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HIE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, APttlL 22, 1914.
A fl f. js ' V. 11 , ( V becaua ther wouldn't You I ull bit Wutalnx 1 bate told o?r halt a mil This Washer Must Pay for Itself ! A MAS' tried to 111 rae a hoti ! It mI4 It a tine bona to1 had nothing, tha matter with It I wantfa a flat hnrte. But 1 didn't know nithlnc i about borna roach. And I flUn't know tho man vry wll althar. go 1 toll htm I want ed to try too bom lor a month. Ha aala "All light, but par no tin and I'll flT rou fcacl inur monar It tha her lin't all rliht." Well. 1 didn't Ilka that. I waa afraid tha horn wara't "all right" and thM I mlaht hara to whlatl for tnr mony It I one tarted with It Bo I didn't bur tne hone, althoush I wanted It badly. Now thli eel me thlnktnc. You aee I malco Wah Init Machtn-h "IbVI ' OraTlty" Wather. And 1 xld to raritlf, lota of people mar think about mr Washing Machine a I thoucht about the hone and about the man who owned It. Out I'd never know. write and. tell me. Maohlnea by mall. lion tnu war. So, thou (lit I, It la enlr 'air enough to. let reople trr mr Washing Maehlnea tor a month, before ther par tcr them, juat aa I wanted to trr the new hone. Now, I know what our "1900 OraTltr" Waeher will do. I know It will wath the cloidea with out wearing or tearing them. In lesa than halt the time ther can be waahed br hand or It anr other machine. I know It will waah a tub full of err dlrtr elothee In tx mitral. I know no other machine ever Invented can do that without wearing out the elothee. Our "MOO OraTltr" Waaher doea the work ao eaer that a child can run It almort aa well aa a itrong woman, and It don't wear the elothee, frar the edgee nor break huttona the war all other machlnee do. It luat drive aoapr water clear through the fiber of the cloth like a force pump might. BO. aald'I to mreelf, I will do with mr "1503 Gravity" Waaner what I wanted the man to do with the horee. Onlr I won't wait tor people to aak me. I'll otter tint, and I'll make good the offer everr time. It me aead rou a "1900 Oravltv" Waaher on a month' free trial, I'll par freight out of mr own pocket, and If rou don't want the machine after rou've uaed It a month, I'll take It back, and par tha freight, too. Barely that 1 fair enough, len't Itl Diwsa't It prove that the "1SO0 Gravity" Wearier muit be all that I eajr It let And rou can par me out of what It aave for rou. It will aave Ita whole coit In a few month In wear and tear on the clothea alone. And then It will aave to centa to 75 cent a week over that In waahwomen'a wacaa. It rou keep the machine after a month'a trial, I'll let rou par for It out of what K aavea rou. It It uvea rou 0 centa a week, land me SO centa a week till paid for. I'll take that cheerfullr, and I'll wait for mr nooer until the machine iteelt earn the balance. Drop me a line today, and let me aend rou a boolc about the "1MO Qravltr" Washer that wash elothee In t minute. Addree raa thla way II. U Barker, litT Court 6t, Zllnghamton. K. Y. If rou llr In Canada, addroea 1909 Waaher Co.. 1157 Court St., Toronto. CKOSSETT Shoes do more, than make satisfied custom ers. They make firm friends. Be cause every pair of Crossett Shoes has "this-minute" style plus a generous measure of solid .comfort and sturdy wear. Crossea hoe Mate TRADE Mrt. A $4.50 le $6.00 everywhtrt LEWIS A. CROSSETT, Inc. Malm North. Ablngton, Maaa. Mellow ruswtt In tone. High cut to g-ive added trim neas to ankle and Instep. BRIEF CITY NEWS rideUty Storar tc Tan Co. Dour. 1B1. n Root Print It Now Btt-con Pres. W rating- Xlxtursa Burpess-Qrandsn Co Monthly tncom for X.lf Gould, Ba building-. VT. J. Connell rumored hit ,w otttces from Pullman bulldlnc to Be building. Whan yon know ras llghUnc you pre fer It. Omaha Ou company. 1SC9 Hovr ard street. Douglas 606. "coin Hay Banautt llftoen mem bers of the Technical club held a banquet nnd meeting at tho Paxton hotel Monday. Hopkins Xoies Hla Ohloksni Oeorge Hopkins, Eighteenth and Fort street, re ports the theft of twelve chickens from his coop. Tho fowl fiend visited the place Monday evening. Bard Oets Contract Thomas Herd was awarded the contract for the build ing of the additions to St. Cecilia's parish Bchool at Thirty-ninth and Webster streets. The figure Is not mentioned. Third of rantlly to Join Hawy F. D. Overhauscr, 1811 Florence boulevard, and tho third son of that family to enlist In the navy, was accepted at the navy re cruiting station and will at once be sent to tho training station at Chicago. Ollder la Convalescent It. F. Glider, who has ben confined to his homo lor five weeks and In bed most of the time with an attack of acute rheumatism, Is now able to be up most of the time and Is out on the street nearly every day. Wanted to Break Xnto Jail A man giving his name as G. F. Smith assaulted an elevator conductor In the court house Monday afternoon because the latter would not put him In the county JalL Deputy Sheriff Mahoney. happening along at the time, granted Smith's request. Held for Bobbing rrelffht Car" Harry Slack, the third of a trio charged with robbery of freight car In Interstate shipment, under Indictment by the fed eral grand Jury was taken in custody by captain H. P. Ilaxe. deputy United States Marshal and brought him from South Omaha to the Douglas county Jail. Speeder Are Tlned The following speeders arrested by Officers Emery and Wheeler wero fined In police court: Joe Wolf, J15 and costs; Tom Johnson and Robert Henderson, J2.W and costs each; Matt Meleter, Tom Ixive, W. J. Sevarlen. C. M. Walker and F. I Gallup, to and costs each. Biglev Funeral Postponed Funeral services for Mrs. Italph Slgler will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock e.t the residence. 1041 South Twenty-fourth street, Instead of Wednesday morning, as was first planned. The change was made on account of relatives who were delayed by late trains. Interment will b at Weet Lawn cemetery. Drug rirm Bankrupt Pursuant to the passago of a resolution of the board 'of tilreotors of the Reeves Drug company, Thirty-eighth avenue and Leavenworth streets, voluntary bankruptcy proceeed lngs have been Instituted In the United States district court, although the debts of the corporation are listed at 1,E00.33, while tho assests are estimated at 2,82S.y. STATE DBMOSMY SPLIT UP Oharlet W Bryan Praotioes Secret Deception on Metcalfe. HIS TELEGRAM IS UNREAD Aged Sailor Wants to Re-Enlist in the United States Navy Although he was discharged from the United States Navy in the seventies. J. McDvltt, 2SCH Webster street, appeared at the naval recruiting station and ap plied for reenllstment, In spite of the fact that he Is nearly sixty years of age. "I got cleaned by a bunch of greasers at faro In New Mexico, a few years ago; got cleaned for the whole roll, and I Just want one chance to get back at them, "explained McDvltt to tho recruit ing officer. "I have fought all over the world undep the Stars and Stripes, and 1 guess I know as much absut the gome na some of the youngsters the've got In tho navy now." McDvltt was a sailor on the old U. S. S. Constitution, which Is now out at the service, and Is used bnly as historical exhibit at the navy yards at Brooklyn. Owing to the fact that his discharge papers were In Philadelphia, th veteran seamen was unable to en list but as soon as he presents his honorable discharge, he will be per mitted to take tho physical examination. If le can pass this, he will be allowed to enlist In the navy, probably with his former rating. NEW PRESIDENT OF BELLE VUE COLLEGE. When ebrnikan Wn att Cnunl lie Sent Ilnniinetera evt Lincoln OreetlnRa "Which nemalned Vnvolcrd. A split In the democratlo party of Ne braska, scarcely noticeable to the public In the past. Is destined to become a wide open, yawning chasm as soon as the democrats of the state learn of a secret piece of deception practiced by Charlos W. Bryan of Lincoln In managing tho affairs of the Bryan birthday dinner, March 15, at Lincoln. No one heard of Richard L. Metcalfe at the banqu&t that night. Metcalfe was as yet In tho Panama canal rone. A number of telegrams of regret were read at the banquet from democrats. prominent and otherwise, wishing William J, Bryan long life and happiness. But secure In the Inside pocket of Brother Charley Bryan that night re posed a telegram from Richard L. Met calfe that was not read at the banquet. Some wondered why the life-long friend of Secretary Bryan. Richard L. Metcalfe, had not sent a telegram to bo read at the Bryan dinner. Borne even thought It strange that Met calfe was not heard of. But Brother Charley sat decorously up right at the table of honor, balanced his skull cap on his head with becoming dignity and said nothing. Stored Atrnr In PoeWel. What did this brother of the great commoner have in his pocket nil evening? Well, now that a month lias passed It has Just begun to leak across the boundaries of Nebraska that Richard L. Metcalfe, then In Panama, actually sent a telegram to the toastmaster or mat banquet. It was a good telegram. According to the schedule of rates used by tho Western Union Telegraph com pany, that telegram cost Mr. Metcalfe about & Since It Was learned that a telegram was actually sent a little Investigation has been made to learn whether or not It was received. Yes, It was received. It was received at the Lincoln office at 3:15 In tho after noon somo three hours before the ban quet; It was hurried to the Commoner office. It was signed for there by a hand that the Western Union men In Lincoln say was tho hand of Charles W. Bryan. It was signed for at 8:63 In the afternoon. The boy that delivered the message was back in the office of the Western Union at 3:58. But hours later, when other telegrams wero being read from lesser democrats at the banquet, the Metcalfe telegram reposed securely In someone's pocket. Vlint It Said. Here is a copy of tho cheerful, optimis tic message sent by Metcalfe for the ears ofi the banquctors which was Intercepted before It reached them: ANCON. Canal SCone. March 19. 19H. v ..T.'sa'i' ' ; AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA John MoNulty Sues City for Large Snm for Injuriei CARRIED ON THE PAYROLL Hnn lleen Paid Snlnry While 111, tint 'otr Seeks rtepnrntlnn Through Conrla Sny Tender's Story Hoax. Is of value to a I rtvate person Is of value to the city. City Treasurer P. J. Martin announced to the council that lie would tnko lip $8,0W of bonds under tho fivc-yenr op tion. This Is taking tho bonds twenty years before date of maturity. It moans eventually n heavy reduction of the city debt and a resulting reduction of the city taxes. "ay Talc Was Ilnnx. Frank I'tcklnjon, Union Paolflc switch tender at South Onmh.i, who told a start ling story a few days ago about an at tack upon him by tramps when ho would not flag the Missouri Pacific train, is snld by the police to have admitted that tho tale was a honx calculated to ex tricate him from the embarrassment of lohn McNulty, Injured some months ago while emplocd In the street departnunt of South Omahn. after havinir hrrn ,-nr. rled for months on tho city pay roll, has I having ocrslept while on duty nrougni suit to recover-JS.000. Mculty was Injured whlla an employe when "n mud bank fell on him. He has been crippled ever since and has becu carried on tho city pay roll all during tho time of his lllntss. He now brings suit to re cover VsOuO. B. HlgRlns of the lllgglns Packing com pany, requested tho city counoll to vacate the alley between Thirty-sixth nnd Thirty-seventh streets from N to M atreels. Councilman l.avelle then Intro duced an ordinance to the samo effect. it i not certain that tho council will glva the land away, on the grounds that what Dickinson toM a circumstantial story nnd even went to the IhopfUal. to be treated for the Injuries Inflicted upon him by the alleged assailants. Some of the local police icfuso to believe that Dickin son was not attacked. To (iltr Junior Knlr. An elaborate Junlov Fair will be held at the high school Saturday evening In tho halls, basement and auditorium of the high school. Not only will flower and refreshment booths ho put up, but several small playlets will bo staged In tha auditorium of the high school In the form of a series of side shows. Fortune telling and other carnival tents will be set tip In the halls and the lower hail nnd basement will be fitted out with a modern "KaUenJammer Castle," 'Trip Around tho World" nnd "Cave of tlm Winds." In tho latter a typlral "lovers lane" and reception room w(ll be fltcd out. Other features have been planned and tho whole school has united to make thla event a distinct success. This "fair -lll take the ptace of the usual Junior play which has previously been used as a money raiser for the annual senior re ception given by tho Junior class. All efforts iave been united to make the en tcrtalmnent original, amusing and Inex pensive. MarIo City Coaalji. Mls Bessie Page of Omaha was an over Sunday visitor of Miss Krtnnle Sage of this city at her home. Thc-NehmsRa Society ' Opposed- to Woman Suffrage mreta this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at Library hall. Offlre spnee for rent In Bee office, S.TU N street. Terms reasonable. Well kntiwn location. Tel. South 27. The kenslngton ot the Woodman circle will meet to-morrow afternoon at the homo of Mrs. William MlchaeUi. 2112 N street. Frank Wilson. 2iA5 Volley street, waa attacked by heart failure yesterday afto' noon. Just twenty-four hours after the death of his wife from a similar attack His condition last night was reported as highly Improved. CO-OPERATIYEJTORE SOON Douglas County Consumers' League Plans Opening in Few Weeks. WOULD HELP REDUCE COSTS Bxecntlvo Secretary Rnyn Declares thai Principal Object Is to Save the Consnmer Money. Toastmaster Bryan Record is Kent on Gain in the Babies MYDEN'S During the period between April 21, 1911, and October 17, 1913, eight baby milk sta tions were maintained by Mr. George M. Omaha Agents Orosseff Shoes aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW' duh Anp I PHIA. 13 and filbert Streets. 2 Minutes from rnnno-iuwim end PHILADELPHIA 6 READING TERMINALS NEAR TO EVERYWHERE. JSciti tmdJVowmg Jce Wecfet', tjgQP cwzct'Cip': Ponular Cafe. Grill and Rest ati raixt ul .Iamm C .WALS h. TianaAer Birthday B&nauet. Lincoln, Neb.: For Bryan, long life and happiness; ror inc aemocrauy, uuvuuuu to highest Ideals, and for Nebraska, peace and prosperity. , RICHARD U METCALFE. Yes. It was addressed to tho toastmus ter. Tho toastmaster was Charles C. Snlvcley, a lawyer In Lincoln. But It was received and signed for at the Commoner office and In the hand writing, the "Western Union clerks say. of Charles W. Bryan. "Did Brother Charles have too many other important telegrams to give out to tho devotees of William J. at tho ban quet?" those on the Inside are aBklng with a sneer. "Not on your life," Is tho ropiy tney make, "for he saw to It that other tele grams from lesser lights were read, and Metcalfe was governor of tho canal tone.' What Dors It Mean. What does It mean, then? Well, It was long known to many that Brother Char ley and Richard L. Metcalfe did not get along the best in the world. They worked on tho samo paper, the Commoner, the organ of William J. Broyan. But It Is said that Charles W, has long, had envy and Jealousy in his heart for Richard L. Metcalfe. In a few weeks a co-operntlvo store Is to be opened In Omahn, it tho Douglas County Consumers' league continues t6 havo ns good success- In soliciting sub-1 scriptlons as It hits In the last few weoks. At a meeting ot the Icaguo held In the Ijtbor temple it was reported that over J3.C0O worth of stock Is already subscribed and that tho first payment .on tho sub scriptions is to bo made May 1. The sub scriptions are to be paid up at the rate of $1 per week. The Icaguo decided that J.000 worth of stock should be subscribed before tho co-operative store should he opened. The enthusiasm for a co-operative store has been stimulated by the success tho league had In distributing two carloads ot potatoes to the consumers last fall. Tho committee reports that these pota toes were distributed direct to the con sumers at 30 cents per bushel less than market price In tho city nt that time, and that this was after the dividends had been deducted. Just where the new store Is to bo lo cated has not been decided. This was deferred till a later meeting. Ex-Labor Commissioner Louis V. Ouye wns elected secretary of the league, with headquar ters .at room Ml Ben building. Chairman C. L, Bhamp In opening the meeting said the object of the league wag largely to reduca the high cost ot living to the consumers, especially upon the necessities of life, such as foodstuffs nnd clothing. He said that the methods to be employed 'here were the same as those of the Rochdale' co-operative system In England. OMAHA WOMAN IN MEXICO NOT WORRIED OVER WAR One former Omahan, now (n Mexico, who docs not seem to bo worried over tho war scare. Is Mrs, E. E. Rycr of Mtxlco City. She was Miss Emily Dyer, and went to high school here In 1903-1908. Her mother, Mrs. S. A. Dyer, Is now visiting with relatives at the Maryland. She has rfeclvcd telegrams within tho last few days from her husband and daughter, both of whom assure her that they are not In danger, and for her not to worry. Mr. Dyer vas In Tamplco last week, , Troup Holds it is All Right for E. B. Howell to Junket Junkets are all right for Water Com missioner R. Beecher Howell, although wrong for other city officials. District Judge Troup has ruled, and. took from Oyster, Jr.. In different sections of Wash- tho Jury the suit brought by Attorney ington for a longer or shorter period for the purpose of dispensing mtllc or modi fication of milk to the babies of the poor. About twenty physicians co-operated with Mr. Oyster to the extent of giving their time and services at tha stations for the frequent examination ot babies. They also prescribed the milk or modifi cation ot milk to be given each baby. In the raw milk group, which Included 351 babies for whom raw milk exclusively was prescribed, we find the average net pain per day per baby to be .030 ounce. In tho pasteurized milk group, which Included K7 babies for whom pasteurized milk exclusively waa prescribed, we find tho average net gain per day per baby to be .4077 ounce the average difference In favor ot pasteurized milk amounting to ,0017 ot an ounce per day per baby, VALUE OF FOUNDRY IS A CONTENTION IN DIVORCE An attempt to snow that the York Foundry and Engine company Is worth $160,000 rather than SU.OOO, the estimate placed upon Its value by Charles Pick of Chicago, marked the hearing of the suit for separate molntensnce brought by Mrs. Joseph nek against her husband, who Is manager of the American Supply com pany and the York foundry. Cbarles Pick, father of the defendant. testified that the foundry waa worth JH.00O, but Mrs. Pick's attorneys pro duced a statement made to a local bank In which Us value was fixed at 1160,000. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. II (J Sparks has gone to Llvemool. England, where he will visit his old home. C. W. Jones of the Western Paper company leaves tonight for Colquet, innn.. going to purcnase paper biock. M. Tatle has been 111 for some time and has been taken to the Clarkaon hos pital, where he will be for about two weeks. Charles J Iine. general freight agent or tne i nion j-acmc. nas gone east on & ten days' trip, lie win visit the com pany general agencies. E. A. Smith to compel Howell to -put back" .S0 ot the city's money wnicn he spent In a trip to Minneapolis. jt was Judge Troup who in his noted anti-Junket decision sustained a sun brought by Smith several months ago to compel city and school board officials tn restore to the treasury money spent In convention trips. The Judge held. howover. that a different situation ex isted In the case of the water district and that Its funds were not subject to as strict rules as those of the city. Dr. Willis H, Kerr to Head Bellevue Dr. Willis H. Kerr, a graduate of Belle. vu college and son oi tiev. uavia Krrr. former president, was chosen last evening by the board of trustees to fill th nrrsldencv vacated several months ua bv the reelgnatlon ot Rev. . v Stookey. The new president is now head librarian of the state normal school at Emporia, Kan. He to 34 years of age and waa a professor of political economy and rexlstrar ot Bellevue college after eraduatlng there. He received the de cree ot Ph. D. nt Columbia university tor special work In the library department. It Is expected that he will come to Btllevue Immediately to take up his new duties. His father was head of the in t Italian for fourteen years and left about eight years ago to take a similar position In the east. Persistent Advertlilng Is the Sure Road to Business Success. Cars Cut Fuel Cost 66 ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELEOTIHO STARTER WIRE WHEELS OPTIONAL LONG STROKE MOTOR THE CAR "A YEAR AHEAD" Light Four-OylUicler $1,580 Do Luxe Four 1,785 Henderson Six , 2,285 525 extra for kerotvene equipment) AGENTS WANTED Write at once for our special offer to agents and dealers. T. H. POLLOCK AUTO CO. Distributors for Nebraska anil Western Iowa 1010 Farnani St. Omaha, Nebraska Ayeis Sarsaparilla Chsoges taedeoqr tmmtd dlseas to tendency toward beadth. No llcoboL Sold for 60 year. Aak Yeaa Doctor. &SwiTti2 D D D fUndudckht remedy a liquid uied externally butat wlicf from rich. pOSp kepi tender and defeat tkini alwaye clean ssd healthy Hherman & McOonnell Drug Co. four stores, Store Hours, 8:30 A. M. to 6 p. m. Saturday till 9 P. M. BURGESS-NASH CO. "EVERYBODY'S STORE" Tuesday, April 21, 1011. STOR10 NEWS 1X)R WEDNESDAY. Corner lflth and nantey The "Baby" Rules Here Every Day This Week ALL THIS WKKK will bo "Baby Week" nt this big "Everybody's Store." And to nil" mothers we ex tend n cordlnl invitation to bring tho ruler of tho homo tho baby to our Infanta' Woar Depart ment to meot Mrs. Hoyer, an especially engaged trainod nurse sent hero by tho Vanta Vest Company. mho. DOVER will oxplaln to mothora tho now methods In drees and In car ing for the baby she will also givo KREK OF OH AUG K a ptnless diaper pattorn to each mother. Other features for "Baby Week." Toy liAlloon Free. A TOY balloon will 18 given away Wed nesday to all children under 6 years of age visiting our Infants' Wear Section with a parent. Daby I'liotogrnph Frco WICDNESDAT, with any purchase In the " Infants' Wear Section, we will give free a "Baby Photo" coupon, good for one photograph of any child under 6 yearn of age at HUTN'S STUDIO, south loth St. Story Hour for Little Tots i MOTHER" MARSH, matron of the AU- store, will tell ntorlea to the little folks In the Infants' Wear Section every afternoon from 3 to A. Wednesday after noon her subject will be: Tho Sun Bisters Tho Children in the Moon Tha Twin Stars Tho Seed Babies Special Reduction., Prevail Throughout the Department on Many Lines Bnrgs-iran co. Baoona rioor. Lovely New Creations in TRIMMED HATS Which Usually Sell at $7.50 to $10, Wednesday at $3.98 DON'T lot tho very low price nt which these lints nre offered lend you to think thnt they aro not choice new creations, for they are quite the opposite beautiful, now models for late spring and summer and offered to you ia most instances at loss than the untrimmed shapo originally cob t. There Is a Splendid. Big Selection and There Are No Two Alike ALL high class lace and chiffon trimmed mid season styles, hatB with that stylo individu ality which every woman desires. There ib no doubt but tho vory shape and stylo that suits you best is hero Wednesday at $3.98. Borgsss-Wash Co. Second Floor. Special Demonstration of La Victoire Corsets COME and have MISS LEWIS, tho clever instructor and lecturer, ex plain the merits of these splendid cor sets. Thero is a model for every distinct type of figure. Why not let Miss Lewis select one for you? BttrgsBs-Vash Co. Bsoond rioor. GLASS VASES, IQc Aa Illustrated. 7-ln. size, in a variety ot needle - fk etchings, ICo value, each 1UC 9- inch sUe, 3Co valuo, at Of? each atiOC BRASS .TAJUHNIERES. 10- Inch (rtte, made of one-piece brass, Qfn special, each uUU lH-Mcce Set of KnffUsh Poroelata White ware, consisting of 6 cur8. 6 aaucera and 6 plates,-7-Inch olie, guaranteed not to check. tl.EO value, Wednesday, Qftfi 18 pieces .attu Burgass-ITash Co. Bassmant MILES AND MILES OF BEAUTIFUL NEW WASH GOODS HERE for YOUR CHOOSING A SHOWING that represents every favored weave, hoth foreign and domestic. A kaleidoscopic col lection of colorings which mirror the beautiful patterns unequaled by any prevloua display. Theao special values Wednesday; 25c ORKPES AT lBc Plain or flowered crepes, 40 inches wide, ful new patterns and colorings, 25c qual ity, yard 25c TISSUE AT 15o Striped or checked tissue, 27 inches wide, blue, pink, etc., 25c quality, yurd KIMONO CRKPH, 18c Pretty assortment of kimono plisse crepe, 27 Inches wide, Wednesday, the yard,.,. 20c STRIPE VOIIiES, JOr Woven stripe voiles, white ground, with colored stripe, 29c quality, yard Burffass-Nash beautl- 15c 15c 18c 19c PRINTED VOILES, 25c Beautiful selection of printed voiles, wide nj range ot patterns and colorings, 40-ln., yd., OC GDc RATINE AT 80a Ratine, in a large selection of new shades, 38-ln., 59c quality, yard 00c AND 00c LINEN, 40c Pure linen, for dresses, 60 in. wide, all new shades, 69c and 69c quality, yard.... IMPORTED VOILES, 08c Imported embroidered voiles, also silk stripe and embroidered cropos, 4 -'-in., ti.Zb ana 11.50 quality, yard Co, tain rioor. 39c 49c 98c Women's Splendid $15 TAILORED SUITS Very Latest Models in the Economy Basement . , . ; ' $8.50 Hi THE ECQiW "TF WE could place these suits before you in your homo X tonight just to show you the umiBuai values tliey rep- ti Yi 'lit HT 1 resent we know wnat tne result wouia ue wetines- day A cleanup of every suit wo offer. The suits are the most desirable shades in a splendid assortment ot plain tailored and fancy models, all this season's most favored fabrics', suits Intonded to soil at 16.00; sale price Wednesday, S8.50. Other ECONOMY BASEMENT SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY 10n Voile at 11c Waists at 50c 15c Percales, "fic 'Silk Knot" Voiles, with White llngorle waists, high Yard wido Plrellne Per narrow pin stripe patterns' or low neck, long or short cales, splendid assortment on white back- 4 4 j sleeve styles, lace m f lof cholce Pat m"i ground, 19c yd. 1 1 a n d embroidery Lv terns, all new, " quality, Wednes- I 1 ' trimmed, usual JUC ' regular 15c 1, day, yard .$1.00 values, at... I quality, yard. ... . t Burosi-ITasb Co. Economy Bassmsnt Burgess-Nash Oo.Everybody'fl Store -10th and Harney.i Jim