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SUFFS HOT PLEASED WITHJHE CAMPAIGN (Continued from rage One.) did fight They are the very ones ho defeated us. It la time to change tactic, and the next campaign must begin this very minute because the other side la at work already for the next fight. Hats Off rt T-naarlaa. Mrs. Hall said that the treat feat of the campaign waa accomplished In Doug la county. "Although Lancaster county heads the honor list of counties, we take off or hata to Douglas county women." Mrs. Draper Bmlth. president of the as sociation, who presided at the conven tion, expressed herself as more cheerful about the outcome of the campaign. "It was a good, clean fight and we would have won had we not overestimated our ability to reach the voters In the out lying: districts." ahe said. "The only or ganisation that declared against ua waa the German-American Alliance. Since election day I have had an Increase of 50 per cent In the offer of service by women who took the victory for granted In tha last campaign and did not assist us." Mrs. Smith advised a quiet campaign for the next two years In order that the national association might support the five present part-campaign states. "Com plete your county and pteclnct canvass," she advised, "for the personal touch of the house-to-house canvass works won ders. Above all, remember in your work that there is only one Issue In this cam paign, equal suffrage." Itrport on Convention. Mrs. Fmlth and Mrs. H. C. Sumney gave brief reports of the national con vention held last month at Nashville. Mrs. Sumney urged also adherence to the ono Issue of suffrage until It waa won, and introduced small savings banks. In Wages Suffrage Campaign in Mining Camps rr.: . "r B 'US. r A. BRIEF CITY NEWS ! atlas; If store, Burgess-flranflon Co. Fidelity Storage ft Taa Co, Boas;. SSS. are Boot rrlit Is Now Pet con Press aldrtgw-Maddsa Oos ' Com penaat Ion In surance inspections for Spec al rates free Beautiful All Modern Bonn for tela on the easy payment plan. Hankers llcalty Investment Co. Thone Doug. XtH. Fastis to Make OUta Upper grade pu pils In the Pacific schix'l will make pres ents to give to the little pupils Christmas. Invitations Becalled Recause of ill ness In the home, the Imitation, to the reception this evening at Rev. anil Mrs. O. A. Hulherfs. are recalled. Chandler la Bo ana Over Hurl Chand ler, arresteJ on complaint of hla wife on a charge of non-support, waa bound over to the district court with bonds fined at Mrs. Chandler asserted tSECASn TO IBS' school house design, to be used In an effort to collect funds for the national association. Mr. Sumney stated that Nebraska had been lax In supporting the national in aid of other campaign states, but was always calling upon the national board for assistance. . . Sixty-five delegates were registered at the convention yesterday. The polit ical Equality League of Omaha had the largest delegation. Including ten members. Douglas county had thirty-one delegates The Lancaster county delegation was a large one, -Including Mesdames'P. M. Hall. F. A. Harrison, A-.10- Sheldon, E. C. Babcock, T. J. Dorr, W 8. Delano., A. O. Taylor. W( E. Hardy. L. H. Ppm erene, 1U H. Whaelex." A. H. Dorrln and V. E. Barkley; .'A-number of thcae hold ttate offices. Other delegates whd registered' were: Mrs. Fred Heckley, of Frontier county, Mrs. Ruth McKenna of Bed WUlow, Mra Anna Kovanda of Tabl Bock. Miss Mary Williams of Kenesaw, Mrs. John Balker of Hastings. Mra Elizabeth Hale of Nor folk, Miss Orace Ballard and Mrs. W. M. Haller of Blair, Mrs. Sarah Faith of Aurora. Mrs. Riley and Miss Ruth Mo Kern from McCook and Mrs. George Schwerln of David City. Tha South Omaha delegation Includes Mesdamea George Copper, W. W. Wldoe, Dr. Adda Ralston WUey. William Berry and O. H. BliKh. " , . . Statement ( Expenses. The sum of 125,000 was spent altogether In the suffrage campaign waged during tho last year, according to a report made by Mra W. E. Hardy of Lincoln, atate treasurer. Of thl amount ' over $18,000 was spent W' the state organization; the balance was spent by Individual counties. It Is estimated that Douglas county spent ' $...000 and that $2,009 waa spent In Lancas ter county. Tha treasurer estimated that $3,009 a year would be required to carry on the campalgn'vnttl 1918 and a committee was sppointed to decide in what, manner this sum should be raised. , 1 An interesting account of the publicity work done In the last campaign, coupled ty advice for tho future, by Mrs. W. E. Berkley, of Lincoln, publicity chairman, waa tho feature of the afternoon session. Mrs. Barkley told of the efforts to ad vertise suffrage at conventions, granges, moving picture . shows, picnics, chau- tauquas, school houses and auto tours. Teachers Hard Proposltioa. "The teachers' institutes were the hard est propositions we had to tackla."'said Mrs. Barkley. "That was because the teachers In this state are afraid to aay that they are suffragists. It la your business since you have the school fran chise to elect such officials that teachers need not fear for their position if they Identify, themselves with suffrage If these men and women are teaching only for money, they're not big and broad enough to train our cltlacns." " Here Mrs. F. 8. Kins; of Benson Inter- posed to remind the women that boys In the high schools today will be voters the nt time suffrage Is an issue. "It is esiientiul that they, be trained as suffra- ginta." siiu said. Ad vacates A ate Taars. Mrs. l:srk!ey strongly advocated tha auio tour as a publicity agent "The day has gone by when people congregate In a certain lei.se to listen to speeches. The picture show and the theater have taken both our young people and the older onea so that we also must do something spec tacular In order to advertise our cause. If you know anyone that haa an- auto mobile. Just love them to t lath until the ntxt campaign," advised Mrs. Barkley. "We'll need their auto thei." ,. The speaker advised the women to line up their ministers and request thorn to preach suffrage sermons. ' Make them talk your way. You women are alwaya working their way, baking' pica and cakes and such things for church affairs." f he said thiM successful Chautauqua work was also to be desired. "The Chautauqua ot today la not what it used to be. It Is no longer for uplift, but It is a commercial ised project. They're In for the business and you will have to adopt business methods, too." MISS MARGARET FOLET, HEROINE OF A REMARKABLE CAMPAIGN TRIP IN THE CACSE OF SUFFRAGE. BOSTON, Dec. . Miss Margaret Foley baa made a record trip In the cause ot suffrage. Here are some of the things Miss Foley did during her recent invasion of Nevada: Made suffrage speeches In mines 2,500 feet underground, slept out ot doors In a blanket, braved Uie perils of the desert, rejected hundreds of proposals from ranohmen and miners, danced at more than fifty dances, made more than 1,000 speeches, met personally practically every one of the 22,000 registered voters In the state, rode horseback at night over many miles of lonely trails to talk suf frage at ranches and yes, sometimes she was compelled to wear regulation miners' flannel shirt and corduroy breeches In de scending mire shafts to address miners at their work. METHODISTS HOLD THEIRCONYENTION . (Continued from Page One.) laughter and applause, as Bishop Quayle and others effectively outlined1 a prac tical application ot religion to everyday life. "If civilisation means anything at all nowadays," said Bishop Quayle, "it means Christ Christianity's contribu tion to the world is that somebody cares. The stress and strain of the world has been that nobody cares. But somebody dees care. . His name is God. ' "Even In the terrible battles now rag ing abroad, not a man dies but what God cares. God died for. him long before the soldier died for his country. Even though nobody else cares, God does. The glory of Christianity is that it offers a new chance for the soul, a friend who cares, and who has 'power to help by coming Into a person's life." Thinkers Are Religions. The noted divine declared that If all people had enough brains, they would get religion In twenty minutest but that as many people lackei gray matter, men had been given hearts t help their feeble brains in finding religion. ' Soma people think they have brains, ha asserted, but they are mistaken in the microbe. "it s i certainty that you're got to go out after people to bring them ' to Christ," Bishop Quayle continued. "It you want to pull a man out of hell when he's neclb-deep in it. Just tell him what Chriat aald. Plato, Pocrates, Seneca, Eplctetus and Marcus. Aurellus said some things before Christ said them, but If the old Greeks and Romans had never lived. we would never have missed them, be cause Jesus said all they said, and much more besides. Jesus la as a sun to the lessee stars." Jokes Rtaht Is Chares). Touching a lighter vein, the bishop de clared that people do not have to leave the church ani go to a vaudeville show In order to see Jokes. Just stay in the church, he advised, and watch the pay ing members. "I have received more advice alnce be coming a minuter," he said, "than I can adequately use In all eternity. And It came from folks not competent to give It. Those who art competent don't give ad vice. Others Address Meeting;. Ths other chief speaker at the morn ing session wss Rev. Jay W. Borne rvllle, D. D-, cf Wichita, Kan., who spoke in place of Bishop Frank M. Bristol of Omaha. The latter waa not feeling well, so he will deliver Ills' address on "Why Are We Here?" at one of the Friday ses sions. Dr. Boioenvllls told of tha "gospel team" syatem ot laymen's church work, ' by which a hols communities la hla part of th country have bean converted through the efforts of church members, merely directed by preachers. "Men are now going to church." he aald, "because they now have sumethlns; to go VP and something to go for. Olve old members of the church and new converts something to do in church Work. Don't can them; thars are enough pickles and preserves In tbe church already. "Tha trouble before has been that we haven't given the men of tha ennr Job worthy of their consideration. Suc cessful business irte are not going to be uiicresiea in pinK leas, tatting; parties. sewing circles and bazaars." Rev. T.J. a. Brown,' superintendent of me umaha Ulstrict, presided, and Rev, Titus Lowe, pastor of the First rhurrh extended greetings to the visiting dsll gates. The devotional period was led by Rev. J. W. Embree, superintendent or the Tecumseh district. Rev. Ralph M. Fagan,. pastor at Springfield, led the singing. Rev. Arthur A tack of ths Ben son church was chosen secretary of the convention. Rev. C. W. Ray of Lyons was made reporter of tha rellarlnin Rev. Henry J. Coker, P. D.. of Denver. is executivp wcretary of the convention Bisnop Quayle will speak at ths Unlver any club this noon. Ar- A Braise r Cat Is rendered antiseptic bv BiuJcUn. nica Salve. A sura remedy for sores, bruises, plies, eazema. 23c. All drug. uvenisement. Armed Mexicans Are Captured in Texas BROWNSVILLE, Tex., Dec. i.-Nlna mexicans, neaviiy armed, part of an al leged filibustering expedition nt it. five members, were captured by United etaies cavalrymen near HUdalgo. Tex last night, according to a rmanrt oelved here today. Tha rapture waa mads arter an axcltlna chase. . Tha Mexicans had gathered at McAH Tex., whence they wera nrrwi)ir,. ward the Rio Grande. Reports reachlng here indicate that this uartv of t.i.. five was only a porton of a larger rtiiDusterlng expedition. Major Arturo Marmanlo. capture Mexlcana. aald ths expedition was aimea at capturing Reynoaa, M Ico. a border point alxtv mil. nn , Rio Grands from here. He said that ths attack, planned for today, probably would be postponed because of the vigilance of the I'nlted States soldiers. Most Of ths men captured were officers. en. tc- that her husband hsd not contributed anything toward the support of herself and three small children since July. Todays Complete Moris r"ran" classified section today, and appears In The Bee EXCLUSIVELY". Find out what the tariou moving picture theaters offer. Train Over Lane Cut-Off The Union Pacific' train. No. JR. better known as the Grand Island, which heretofore has always followed the old line and run by way of PaMllinn, Is now operated over the Lane rut-off. Man with Dirty Taoe X.et Oo William Armstrong, Sixteenth and Webster trete, waa arrested on suspicion because his face was so dlrtv that the officers thought he waa trying to effect a dis guise for some evil purpos. lie was dis charged by Judge Foster when ths truth was disclosed. fro, Xnapp Asks DiToroe Mr. Har riet Knapp, ma trie 1 to Israel M. Knapp In November, 1T5. and the mother of four children, of whom one Is grown, has brinight suit for divorce aralnet her hus band.' She rhrrges non-support. Decrees ere granted to Nelly A. Mclver. who sued Edwin T. Mclver on grounds of abandonment, and to Ruby R. Prender gast. who charged John Trendergtst with cruelty. H. F. ESTES WILL SPEAK TONIGHT ON EXPLOSIVES H. F. Kstea, Inspector of the bureau of explosives of the American Railway association, is to he In Omaha this even ing to apeak at a safely first meeting at the Cammerrlal club rooms. Tho lec ture concerns largely the shippers of ex plosives and other dangerous article by expresa The express companies are largely Instrumental In arranging the meeting. The npcaker will glvo consid erable att-ntlon to tho suhject of paol Inc. handling and shlrplng dangerous articles hy express, efpeclally tha sr llnlea Involved In the nruviolons of ths federal act of 1W9. which provides soma severe pen H ties for Violations. Kaiser Confers With Archduke Frederick HEIvLIN. Dec. l-Vla London)-Ein-teror William yctcrdsy had a confe ence at Brexlnu, In Sllerta, with Aroh duka Frederick, commandor-ln-crief of the Austro-Ilunrarlan army, accordlnr to a telegram received here today at gen eral headqvartera. Archduke Charles Francis, heir to the throne, and General von Hoetaendorf, chief of the. general staff, also were present. Itcr Emperor William visited a mill tary hospital at Breslau. vwimmmmnm THE STORES WITII THE CnillSTiilAS SPIRIT Large Stocks, Great Variety of Imported and Domestic Perfumes &Toilet Articles All at Cut Pricee TOYLAND T.i Reals of Ckitdtiood Joy. Wfcen Santa Clans Is KlRf Beautiful Pennants Given FRKK to Kvsry Child VhUUns Toyland Friday. OUR ART GOODS SECTION Is a veritable gold mine of Ideaa for gifts. Hesutlful pieces to ba embroidered. Fency Klbbon Nov elties, Opera P.MK. Week-Knd Mag. Muff Hangers, Japanesa Baskets, Fancy Work baskets and thousands of other new and efiuelve arttrle 0 Coming Saturday Harry Deaves & Cos Talking Pvlani kins Playing a Burlesque on "Uncle Tom's Cabin" We want to give all the children of Omaha and the country around a treat Hint they will remember as long as they live. We have engaged Ilarry Deaves & Co.'s Talking Manikins, whose last engagement in the east was at the Kivcrside Theater, New York, to come to Omaha and perform in our Toyland, Third Floor. It is a most complete little theater. They have their own audience and orchestra and a full cast of actors. It is a won- IN OUR TOYLAND THIRD FLpOR derfully interesting show for irrownups as well as for children. These manikins have appeared at most of the vaudeville houses of the country with great sue- FREE TO CHILDREN Accompanied by Parents v a, aas , j T aVU Bja. a, v d m ja n. cess, see tne runny Diooanounas cnasing .Eliza across the lce-fillert river. Ana men mere's xopsy mat "just growed" and Eva, so pretty and so sweet an angel to Uncle Tom. This act is elaborately staged The mechanical and electrical effects of Uncle Tom and Eva going to heaven are magnificent. Every-, body will want to see this play and it is absolutely FREE to children accompanied by parents Saturday. Opens Saturday at 9:30 A. M., and Will Continue Till 6 P. M. With Intermissions of 10 to 15 Minutes , i . i ii Slipprg tor Men and Women Very low prices on several spe cial lota that we bought away under actual value. Tbeae prices ought to Influence you to buy Christmas gifts of this kind tomorrow. In our Basement Went en's Fnr-TrtaiMed Felt Jallets In colors. Flexible g0 soles, very pretty. AH... MMC sites, pair v Men's aad Wassews Warsa Hptm With Felt Selea Covered with leather to insure ths wear, im ported from Germany. f Ail slsss. Special, par tlHC pair v " Felt Unaers With Felt iassm . Men's and woman's slsss, palr.ese Children's si see, pair BS Men's Isaltatlaa AlUgatae' aad Kns braidered Velvet HUn- f f ers. All slses. Special 3M( Wlday. pair eJW Men's Fine Kid gain Bllppei i upara ' and Everett styles. Tan or black. Ail slsss, pair Mew's Rente Oat Hease Sllppei Tan or black. Turned soles. Rplendld values. All Slses. pair Men's and Wnoaen's Velvet Slippers With - Cnrnet Kales Ala Bath Slippers. All slses. Special Friday, pair Children's lslss Tordu- rey and Jersey. Worth ta ll.U. Special Special Sl Women's Shoes tOO pairs In ths lot. Gray suede and black leathers. Mostly sil slses. Odds and ends of regular lines selling up to fS.0 a e A t alr. Your choice Frt- p UU $1.25 Slippers $1.49 Uppers 25c 69c Corsets m Brassiere Sals la Basaaaant Friday Carssts Comfortable. . coed wearing and rustproof. Made of eoutil. Extra wide front steal with adjustable abdominal strap. Heavy Barters at t ached. Special Frl aay Batra valae at SSs Corsets with medium high bust and long hips; wide front steal with two hooks below; relarorced across e the front. Very special. nHC . . J 0 .i an 51.00 Friday. HenUr SSe B baca closing, ery trimmed. Friday terse Front and Ambroid- m f Special. , JJC Blankets and Comforts Very petal Valnes Friday la. tha Basement Banana) Bnta Bab Blankets Beat robs made for wear, warmth, fin ish and beauty of design. Full . slse. Kach large enough for rooe. ss.Tt vaiuas. Special Friday, sack Fwll-Stas Cwttoa Blaaketa -Tan and white. Elegant weight and fin ish. Soft fluffy nap. Beautiful colored borders. Reg ular $1.M value, day. per pair.. Cennln All-Waal Bad Blankets Full sis. All tho wanted shades and black checks. Made from the finest California and Australian wool l Frld Baanttfnl Sateen nnd SUkntlae rev ered Camfertem Choice assort ment of fall designs. Nsat fig ures, etc and filled with pure whits carded cotton. Extra weight and finished edges, Regular 1150 value. Friday, each u ivr n. $2.50 Tn and . and fin- :.$1.25 Bad Blankets s wanted shades Made from the nasi isiiiornia ana Australian ool. 'Well finished. e M FlO i 00 and S7.S0 valuea. d MX rlday. pair T ssaew $2.69 Men s Fine Furnishmfs Sale la Basement Friday Men's Heavy Ribbed nnd Fleed tinlan ! rcru and gray color. It doaen rer Kriosys sen lng. All slses. Worth to lUi. Special, at Bays Gaaatlet Olev.. Lined sod uollned. Is dosen for Fri day's selling. Worth to 1.0. Special, pair Men's WhI and U' .rated Sweater Cants With and wltb out eollara. Worth to 3.(0. Bpsclal Friday. Men's Hlbbed nnd Flssssi Skirts and ltrnwera Worth lOe per garment 41 dosea for rriaay s sale lo the Hasemeni. I'er garment. 89c d and 59c mm 1 09 $1.39 rts and rm.nt. 39e IN THP Li)S)LS.liyi Remnants. Mill Ends and Importers Samples of Silks, Dress Goods and Velvets Toi? Sold at a Fraction of Value in Basement Friday I OT 1 Rrnnants of I to tU v yards of Suitings and Coatings consisting' of Serges, W hipcords. Fancy Suitings, Vic toria Hroadoloths, Vel- vets; plaids and stripes, black aad whits checka; II also French Batiste. Spe- I clal Friday, (or each en- II tire piece mto f OT l.t.OOS Travelers' Sam S a 0,a of 0ta of differ ent styles of all-wool dress roods suitable for all purpoaes. worth to ISa a yard. Choice of f each entire piece In this I f rAT m Elegant materials; - V a sj suitable for eoata and salts. Mannlah Suitings. Broadoloths, Zlbelinea, Fine Coat ings, French Merges, r Kpingle, Poplins, . ste. w a p Lengths to i yarda. 60 If to (4-Inch materials. 'JF Choice of any entire r , m piece for fcTTl ff f1 A Remnants of fancy "'V1 a Velvets, Bcrolls. Dots, Persian and Bulgarian deslaos. For suits, misses' dresses and sport ooats. Pieces of 1 to yarda. Choice Fri day, par yard... 39c lot Friday, for ff OT R Short remnants of all kinds of "Ilk and Velveta, suit mw a 0 nble for fancy work, hat and dress trimmings. Plain and novelty weaves, very nig values in this lot Friday. it... U 7gBJ in sn ail pa. SJ( a gsmissj 10c to 50c each Wonderful Sale of Dresses In the Basement Friday Four Big Lots-Altogether About 1,000 Dresses-At Four Prices for Quick Selling in Basement Friday Choice of one lot of about 100 ware made to aell 1.00 and 11.71, Ths are all-wool Serges, rse ana Field combinations, Novelty Materials, etc. All slsss for wotnes, mlssss and Juniors. lot of about aamples. The rine au-wooi Fabrlca. loi- Wlth and without Russian Tunics. Soma fur-trimmed, some lace trimmed. Others with fancy eollar and trimmings. All sixes for wom en and misses. These dresses airs worth from 11.10 to M OO. Oives you choice of a lot of sev eral hundred beautiful dresses for women and misses. Velvet and Satin combinations, ( ordu. roys. AU-Hllk. Al -Sstln. fine all- wool Kami. etc. Tbaaa draaaes wars mads to sell for 1 1.00 to If. 60. dlvss you choice of a lot of fine tin. Hatln and Velvet for women and misses. these dresses are earn- vortb up to I it. 00. There are many fine cloth dresses In this lot, aad they are extraordinary valuea. m Choice of on " fi f driuai thst 1 Ifl In. for 1.76, l.i . materials ar A J 9 flerge and Novelty Mate for wotnes, mlssss and Juu i- For choice of one lc SB f f" 100 dresses mostly si M Jk " materials are rim i F . Tin I Ssrg.s and Novslty Fi !! Vrm of pretty styles. fur-trimmed, s fancy eollar an en and mlases. 4. 60 to 11.00. "4.95 wars mads to i nivss you fi P" Hllk. Sstl SVn. IS sW dresses tr If-. a7sf Mn ot W J W pies, wort DRESS SKIRTS A specie I purchase of TOO splen did skirts for womsn, misses and girls. Many with Russian Tunics. The material, are fins all-wool Serges, Novelty Mate rials. Checks, Plaids, etc. All good styles. Worth g f 11.60 and 11.00. SLOH Cholos Friday, at FINE SWEATER COATS For Wanton. Mtoaes and Children They are with and without belts. The eolors are red, gray, green, white, Copenhagen, eta. Values up to 11.16. St Of fr'n '.V. . rr.l.,r. 5 5 Cblldrew's ' Sweater ' Coats Red aud gray. Agea I to in years. 75o valuaa. 4nc Friday, st Long Flseced Kimonos For women. Fancy fig- ff ured. All slses. Val- JC ues to lie. Friday, at... " WARM WINTER COATS rincjr $2.49 Far Wasnen. Misses and Jnnlors All good styl... Coats made of Chinchilla., Boucle, Fancy Mixture., ate. All sis... Valuea 11.00 to 7.0. Friday 50c Gingham Aprons Bungalow style. Caps ta Mat.h. Largs pocket, b.lt back. Cap and apron taps trim- Of mad. too valuea. Frl- S " day, at Women's Short Knit Skirt Also tennis flannel skirts with scalloped bottoms, itn nn values. Your choirs X.lf Friday, at Women's Sateen Petticoats lilack and colored. Many dirr FROGJAY Knit Underwear Two Rpeetala In Bnseaeat Women's Fleecy lined Cotvaa Vasts Iong slaevea. Ankle Fantn ta nial.k all slsaa. Spe- s)Pf ; clal Friday, per gar- Z3C ment v.... Cklldrva's Vests and Fsnts Fleecy lined cotton, tie qual- p Ity. Speoial Friday, er lOf garment. v Handkerchiefs Special Sale U lm the Basement Friday Wemen'a nnd Children's India Lines llaadkerehlefa Colored and whits lnltl.1.: eord.d border.; also em broidered corner.. Men's Plata While Handkerchief. With narrow hem. Good also. Special Friday, eack ?...3ic Remnants and Sample Pieces of Laces, Bands, Insertions Bale Friday, In Basement All colors. Hundreds of styles. Vfc to 1-yard lengths. Worth f to Sic. Your tholes Friday. JC esch Boys' Suits and Overcoats Very Bis; Bargains la tka Basement Freda? Brvkea lts at 1 ta'S Salts af a Kind Taken From Oas Resmlar ' stacks at SS.OO, (SUM snd . Suits There are about 100 all told , and svery slse for boys 0 to IT years. All Norfolk mod- jF sis and good anappy 2A.Xrj patterns. Cholcs Friday. ITS Oveveaota Tknt Have Been Sell lag nt aJMI nnd SSO Splendid ' weight winter coata for boys I to I years. Kp.olal Friday, at 1 $1.70 Hosiery Basement Men's, Women', aad Children's Taa Colored 11 eatery .All slses. g Worth up to l&o a pair, ripe- f clsl Friday i ........ . Men's, Viamea's aad Children's Fine Caskmere Waal Haalerr Heavy cotton. Fleecy lined and . Plata cotton and lisle. Worth j r up to 26o a pair. Cholcs Inf Friday, pair wv Table Linens, Towels Maar Bis: Bnrsalns Friday In tka Basement IT. nnd le Fnll B lea eked Tarnish Towls tillghtly imper- n I feet. Kancy bordera. Frl- IMC day, each.. .." s Far CI tka Mill seconds. r loo doses for Friday's sals. .If Special, each 'o Table Cletka, Napkins nnd Twweln An entire aampls lloa. Kllghtly muased, but an per- an rrf f:t. Hp.clal Friday. JJrHO, at a saving of J O 10. BUaekcd Barnsley Tewelln. . w itn fancy red Duraere. Speulal Friday at, per yard S1.2S rail Bleaeaed Table Csetka Flaln or hemstitched ends. fsf ' Luncheon or breakfast MAC slse. Friday, sash gl. OS Fall B leer bed A 1 1-tinea Ta bio uanua-.Hif range ein of patterna. Friday, per ri rent atyle. 16a illr to 0o valu... Friday w Fine Quality Duckling and Velour Fleece Flannel In a beautiful assortment of neat floral and kindergarten designs. Long lengtha. Worth to f It Ha par yard. Special Frl- ?) day, yard w 36-Inch Dress Percale Fine quality, light and dark f rounds. Neat dots and flgur.s. ngths easily matched. g t)p.clal Friday at, per flHf yard . ....... Fine White Canton Flannel Oood quality, IT Inches a I wide. Off ths bolt Frl- ti-ffC day. yard 1ZV 274nch Outing' Flannel Extra weight, good flsecs. Botk sld.s aeat strlp.s and checks. lOo value. Fri day, yard 6c Zephyr Dress Ginghams Fins quality. All neat designs strip., ptaies ana cn.es. me vsiue. ria.v at. yard... per 5c Window Shades, Draperies, Etc ( Sale la Basemeat Friday. TS Ftoaa Ktamlno nnd m f ! .lerin 10 and u laches I C f wide. Special Friday, yard.. S Sample Sqoarrs af Ftna J f Tannines Choice Frl- f day. each ,1s. tinea Window Saadaa Slsa 1x0 feat. Special Friday, each I...... Bleached Domet Flannel IT Inches wide. Fine and ertra w.i.ht, Amo.a.ag, best srrade. Worth loo yard. Wpcftiil Frtd.y. y.rd Gic . Men's Fine Overcoats Sale la Basemeat Friday A special lot closed out to ua by Chicago manufacturer. They ars actually worth to D f 1 1100. Tour 0.5 U choice at tw,mu Ualei Kide OimHi, ipec'l t 40c HcnehiJe Ftr 0Ttrcotj,518.:D