Document 108403

THE DULUTH HERALD.
TAKES LIMIT OFF
certain."
Braided i'awM' TalU.
Dr. I'rliic Indlcited the braiding of
the cows' tall.1 and the shifting of a
HallfaA
a,
BUen MacDonald, foater daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander MacDonald.
was the ghost of AnUgonlsh. Dr WalPayne-Aldrlch and Underwood laws ter Franklin rrinc«, sclentinc ghost
would have so remained under hunter, declared In a repi>rt on his InIncrease for Bureau of and
tne t'ordntjy measure.
There were two separate votes on vestigation of the "haunted MacDonthis schedule, the first having been ald home at C!aledonia Mills, made
Veterans* House Also
Lead- public last night.
tlve to four against any duty.
At least. Mary Kllcn set the mysRepublican agricultural
ers of the
Approved.
tariff bloc in»t3ted cattle raisers be terious flres which w*re among the
protected and on a reconsideration of chief of the gboatly manifestations.
Wssbrnffton. March i«. The booa* the first vote, the 16 per cent rale Dr. Prince said. He held she was not
"morally cnlpable." howev«r. aa she
r»tlfle<l action ot the coafer««a who was agreed upon, also by five to four.
tight to retain was In "an altered state of conscioushiid r«ache«l a c«(upruixus<a wluch In- It waa indicated the
hides on the free Hat would be carried neas" and did not realise what she was
16
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—
the bill the lan«rua«re proposed by the senate. Umitint; the uae
of army campa or cantonments as
-vocational training centers at Camp
Sherman, Ohio, and which restores a
clause stricken out by the senate.
providing that no part at the approKiation for vocational training shall
expended for construction work
"repairs" in«xcept for necessary
stead of for necessary "minor repairs." as proposed by the house. As
the bill now stands, no limit is placed
on the number of former service men
who oar be trained at the Ohio camp.
sertB
in
doing.
to the floor of the senate.
,
the possibility, supported
by a body of evidence," the report
wa.i
said, "that this altered state
brouKht about by a discarnate intelThis Is a theoretical posalligence.
The i5 per cent ad valorem duty
would not quite equal the rates asked
by the Kepubllcan agricultural tariff
bloc, which were I cents a pound on
green hides and 6 cents a pound on
dried hides, but it v^as thouRht to b«
fairly satisfactory to that bloc.
There
BANK HEAD UNLOADED
BAD ASSETS, CHARGED
slaps that Harold Widdeiu.
ilerald reporter, and I' >'
I'arroU. detective, claimed to have suffered from a ghostly hand after the
Macl^oualds had been frightened out
of their home, however, were not
traced to Mary Kllen'u hand.
Their experiences, said the report,
"were probably of a •uperiiorm.ii
character, which does not nec^wsuri;v
imply that the supernormal cause w.i^
The
Halifax
flplrltuallstic.
It may havs been owing to a ^nycho-physlological cauuu
perfectly natural though
Is
Imperfectly normal."
In other words. Dr. Prince Implle.l,
Wlddeii)
and t'arroll might have
siapi'ed each other, or might merely
have thought they were slapp«<l.
which
|
Sherman Helped by
Mrs.
*
Compound
etable
i
.
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i
Lake.Michijfan.
ago
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proval was one growlnjr out of the
» ffnrt
of a bloc of house and senate
members to have the liner ly«vlathan
reconditioning at the Boston navy
i
I
It inserted the language proposed bv the senate providing that no
part of the money appropriated in
the hill shall be Used for the repair
or reconditioning of any vessel until
a reasonable opportunity has been
^v.>n to government navy yards to
submit eotimates on the work.
Limit oa Salarle*.
The house, by an overwhelming
vote, insisted on its disagreement to
a senate amendment which provides
that not more than thirteen officers
of the shipping board shall receive
annual salaries in excess of $11,000.
Th.^ original house provision provided that not more than six officials should receive salaries in excess of $11,000. and that none should
be paid more than $36,000.
By a vote of 77 to 19. the house
refused to agree to a senate amendment to the Independent offices appropriation bill, which would permit
the shipping board during the coming
fiscal y'=-ar to continue to use funds
received from liquidation of assets
up to $55,000,000. Authority to use
such funds until next July 1 was
granted the board in a supply measure passed a yfar ago but It has
realized only a part of the maximum.
and Chairman Lasker ha.s requested
extension of the privilege.
Concurrence was also refused in a
senate amendment authorizing the
purchase for $1,500,000 of land in
Washington to use for an addition
yar(ts.
to the
government printing
1
.'^utTeretl
NOT CONNECTED WITH
THE STATE TREASURY
opened yesterday with
several tugs operating. Fish tug captains and engineers reached a satisfactory agreement on
wages and
working conditions for the season at
E.
Lake
president of the
Case,
to
small deposit will hold car
Open
I
Erie
Fresh Water Fish Dealers' associaMore tugs will go out by the
tion.
ond of the week. Case said. 'The
fishermen and housemen have signed
a 1922 working agreement providing
for a wage cut of approximately 10
per cent. Case announced.
OF ST. PAUL
Paul. Minn.,
Brlggs "West, aged
IS
When
69.
Sailing^
became
B.
Mary
(
le»ve« .N. \., Apr. S— .Arrive* ?<. Y.
Apr. 16.
Fawtent Kt4«jner4 t« Bermada
The palatial oil burniriK steamers
street, and Donald West; two daughters, L/OUise B. West and Katharine
West; a brother, H. D. We«t, and one
sister, Louisa B. West.
Sf later
the tlisconifort. inconvenience
delay of landins by lender.
16.
Twln-Bcrew,
meut.
the
a pas.^enger
name of Miss Shelby wa«
on the steamer Wilhelmina,
ye»terday fjr Honolulu.
Twin-screw,
11,000
Why
than our wellIcnown prices when
we guarantee our
work? We save
more
pay
you
sffers all outdoor sports
Sailing,
Tennis,
Golf.
Includlnx
Bathing, nnhlnx. Kid ins, nrlvlns.
No PawBport!. .Many Modern Hot<<l».
Write (or attractive tucIuHive raUw.
FURNESS bEKMUDA LINE
»
As $4
DENTISTRY
we
that
p;<
RIGHT
.
Ur«.
because
•
tie first time.
after-visits here!
FHllK
No
do it
con-
NEW
.
.
.
.
1
That alone will bring
you at any drug store
the original French
Baume,
BAUME,
BENGUE
more laststainless, more
stronger,
izig,
efficient. Its penetrat-
ing glowspurs the laggard circulation and
Danishes pain. Keep
a tube handy— worth
its weight in gold
when you need it.
Thrxi, !.<-aTvin4
4 Ci
.
N
Y..
I
Apr.
Vpr. Vt
Ma,y'
6
Toiir&ine
>u\oir
N£W YORK
l',
May
W
Three
Wrlt« (or
June
I'A
l.~>
.VprLl
\.o
7X/
important accessories of Milady's
Paee. -Act.
Botadams!-
<K\
So many new
tume
W.
A
/
;'.,rij.«
>
ERICAN
WELCOME
Steamera
1541
.
Jl
Stephenson ^ Co
Wolrir, BuiiUing
M«ir»s» 114
by the popu-
54-Inch
PISO'S
Oldest
SAFE AND SANE
for Coug^ & Colds
tfnp H iilitttm
Thtt
Q»it>
i«lit<
No
opiii**.
)S.
and
Men's
Bank
in
no seams;
toes,
,
Tweed Suiting— For
QO
tf»0 CA
%p£fiJ\J
the smart sport
Special, per yard
5^r
lOU
1
—
In prints that represent those sinart
knc.wn a- Paris Foulards. They come in
Special, per v,-jrd.
light and nicliuni prounds.
Cotton Foulards
desiK'"!^
.
silk
CA^
Ov/C
(Main Floor)
in
OC-,
^OC
Hose
—
All-Silk
Fine
in
AQ^
75c a pair.
Men's
Hose
These
Dark
— Medium
at.
Gray
*tOC
.
Cashmere
weight,
of
fine
Regular 5(>c
quality. .Ml sizes.
Extra special,
value.
%J%J\^
per pair
OC^
(Three pairs for $1.U0)
Duluth
All
.
OQ
36-Inch Percales— In stripes and checks, light
grounds, excellent <iuality. Special, per yard
and
Double Sccuity Vouchers
o<K««i.
'""•''•^^^
Hats
—
and knickers.
skirt
"runstaple colors and black
of-the-mill" quality, but perfect
All
in fit, appearance and wear.
sizes, double heels and toes. The
regular grades sell for
AMERICAN EXCHANGE
NATIONAL BANK
OF DULUTH
/
til
Spring
I
/
\
a—a^J
Day Friday
beautiful
els in periwinkle,
nasturtium and
mod-
canna, jade,
all the late
color and combination effects
for the debutante and rrJatron.
Special value for
Millinery Section
—2nd
Floor
Annual March Sale
Wall Paper
We
are offering some special
bargains, and if you intend to
paper tins Spring it will pay you
to look them over.
Ho«©— Double
for 50c a pair—
special for these at..
Mount Car-
Xorth La Salle .Street, rhieaso
Or Local StratnahJp .Amenta
from
patterns
sell
ROTARIANS
uihkct
Motint Clinton, Hanao. Barern.
WuerttemberE, with spec lal cabin and
Improved third class accommodations.
I.|»:m. Inc.
I VITKO .AMKUir.AN
John
new
New Spring
—
black and cordovan. AJl sizes.
Factory seconds. The regulars
roll.
Your Property
Now With
— In
in
54-Inch French Serge A very good weight fabric specially
adapted for making capes and dresses so popu- d» "I
«P A •*/0
Special, per yard
lar today.
%Pii.«JV/
Special
Big Special
36 and 38-Inch Canton Crepe in a very attractive d»0 f\r\
«Pfci«V/V/
a.s:,oriment ot coUv s. Special value, the yard
Fine Percale and Madras
heels
May 2. May 30, June 27
May 16, June 13, July 11
.-<>•.
Sports Stockings
Wall Paper
ular Service
List
—
Men's Fine Lisle
H.AMIll lUi
flay.
Sports Skirts
Jl CQ
TO PLYMOITH. BOLLOGMK,
Thur.s.l
surpassed herself in the
Wash Satin In pink only; speciapy adapted for makd» "I
ing bra.'^sieres, lingerie, etc. Extra special,
*V * •fc'*'
per yard
colorings, cut full and roomy;
Repular $2.00
all sizes. 14 to 17.
and $2.50 shirts—
/ New York to Europe \
De Luxe Service
Mount
fairly
Sports Sweaters and Scarfs
36-Inch
Eagle Shirts Made of Cardiff
Cord. Parsee Percales, WindMadras and Hagantry
sor
Cloth. Six buttons and plaited front. Exclusive patterns,
and
tailored
cut,
expertly
laundered and sold under a
broad guarantee for satisiacRegular
tory fit and wear.
djO IZ(\
$3.50 and $4.00
values.
LiMi
lar !it<»»mer8
would seem, has
Dress Fabrics!
Famous
Special Sale of the
Shirts
SalllnM eyery
Trimmings
in
Becoming and
OTHER MEN VISITORS
Ktnm K^mn
TO
it
New
FOR ALL MEN
BUT PARTICULARLY FOR
THE ROTARIANS AND
Mens
ii.amblik;
and
Special Values in
.
l-lax
FBDIOlMS
A
Furnishings
EitahUthtd 1885
Comfort Cabin Olasa. Uaniburg. tl60.
Vor (ailinRB and other infornialion apply
Internatiomil .Mercantile Marine Co..
Offlcei 110-i::i Third St. S.. Metrapoli.
tan I.Ke Bld|c.. MinneopolU. Hlaa.
O. E. DKKCKt:. Paaaencer Ajrent. mw
Local Asenta. Ualuth. Hlaa.
Met Lite Bids MinneapollK. or Io< .il Af^v.x.*
Pesolute
Reliance
MY
of being smart has the Sports Cos-
Sports Shoes
Men's
Superior St.
^ American Line
SERVICL
new ways
fabrics,
for 1922, that Fashion,
Sports Hats
so-
Votk. Hlrmodth, Therboufg. Antweru
By New American
new
colors,
Sports Blouses
"^ Red Star Line
^
(Three for 25c)
Double Security Vouchers
All Day Friday
attire.
Sports Suits
Cherbourg, soulharupton
lOrH,
Q
^^
art of creating Sports apparel.
Uverpool; Pbltadelpbia. Llrerpoel.
York-Boston. Azores. Naples. OeBO*.
Montrflal Quabeo Liverpool.
New
or
with embroidered colored
Special,
white corners.
only
The World of Fashion Approves the
Sports Costume
]ewelers and Silversmiths
lawMTTE Star
New
Women's Lawn Handkerchiefs
Lovely Spring Suits From $19.50 to $98.50
Smart Spring Coats From $19.50 to $150.00
Exquisite Spring Dresses $19.50 to $98.50
HMIMAKIKt^,l*n
315
New
OC/»
^UC
—
Bagley \S Company
interextiiiK deMcriptlve literature.
Yora.
only
Never before have sprinq- modes been more adorable. Never before has the charm of newness the smart
swagger of correct modeling and careful attention to details and finish been so pronounced as in the
fashion display for this Spring and Summer season in Suits, Coats, Dresses, MiUinery, and all the other
or .Hjtmeilleii.
133 N. Deurburii St., or I^M-al .\Kenta.
C. A. SI LLIV.VN Si CO..
Geneiral Western Krelrht .\Kenta,
WebKter Bulldins. ( hlra«o.
>•*<«
N. Y..
Regialar 35c
broidered corners.
Coats and Millinery
Suits, Dresses,
Specials in
Motor Trip*.
^OZMINSKI, Gen. Went.
line
value. Extra special for
may
in Silhouette, in Fabrics
MOROCCO
ALGERIA t
fruiii llonleaux
i-ek
anil I'liur
Shamrock iawn with
dainty colored or white em-
from
1
VIGJspaini— HAVRE
TOtlfiS IN
SalllnK->
CH.A.S.
Jane
10 .luly
'.25
June
1a lloardunnAU
as ditferent
froai it« flock of imitators as a diamond is
different from paste.
is
1a
Uti
.\|>r.
—Made
Women's Handkerchiefs
IN!
Apr. 5 .Apr. 26 May 24
Apr. tt MJu' 11 June 13
Apr. IS Bta}- 10 .May St
i»».rl»
Chicaco
Pntnoe
XjBk
.Mar.
€JU\^
Handkercf Specials
FREIMUTH'S.
A^ew
WoVMworlh
during your
journ in our city.
HAVRE PARIS
YOriK
QQ-^
each.
for Friday only
KXAMIINATIOH
CUMK
UNION
DENTISTS
you
K<x'tiiuubeau
l,orrair^
>i
at
\ al :<;d
Special
<1 50
Frcimuth's Spring Fashion Display!
the courtesy of this
store as a rendezvous
anticipate
the
and
pleasure of meeting
WhItebaU St.. N. Y.
Or Any Tourl.it A^ent.
pain
Tomato
As Low
Extend to you the glad
hand of welcome and
—
irt
—
Servers—
—
and
money
Bermuda
*wheri
Handle Pie KnivesMeat
Cold
Gray Ladles
and
Forks Berry Spoons
Pearl
time.
n»ent.
i
"I
EXTRA SPECIAL!
OOUiLE SEeyillTY WOUeiHllEiS— ^LL
diaplace-
tons
d»
OC
Vl •^•J
a
in
Imcdbox
Friday
Bagley ^ Company
diaplaca-
tona
"FORT HAMILTON"
S. S.
sailing
14.000
for set of six,
anJ
"FORT VICTORIA"
S. S.
pic-
Spoons— .-p'^up-..
Coffee
Jewel
C
»PO.X*-»
special, set of six.
GUARANTEED
221-223
^rrio
Rogers' Jewel Salad Forks
Regular $3.75 value, ^^O 1
Double Security Vouchers
AU Day
CQ
<PT"»
special
be able to render in order to
make your visit to Duluth both pleasant
Sincerely yours,
and profitable.
as zve
29t
48e
21«
West Superior Street
Over Htone'B Book Store
If ©G([email protected]®
of the yurness-Bermuda L.ine land
their paasongers and bagKage illrectly at Hamilton L'ock. avoiJinK
Satis.
San Francisco, »'al., March
Mias Mary Miles MInter. motion
ture actress, registered under
>u:i,uo««i-,
of Duhith!
the store is yours for
checking, telephone afid such other service
knees and elastic
waist line.
shirred around
They come in pink and white.
.<;izes
M
The freedom of
at
Special Easter Trip
since 191$.
Mr. West is survived by his widow,
two sons, Bronson West. 30 St. Albans
'
w.cv VveeKly
59c
TirketM K4Mkl on either steamer.
Offerlnx on^aal'ed express M-rvlce,
the
1
a
AMERICAN LEGION
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
From .\. *. ev«"ry Wed. k Sat.
From Bermada cTery Tuen. < Sat.
West & Co.. which later
West Publishing comr'any, of
which he was president for twenty
He had lived In Pasadena
yeara.
J
ERMUD
-una
CALL
$1.19
OC
1
^A^
regular $5.50 value.
of ilie models shozvn at the
Fashion Display are from our Ready-toWear and MilHjiery Departments and ive
unit be very glad indeed to Ivave you give
tliese, as well as many other spring models,
a closer inspection and to try on those that
please you most.
Grades.
Q"^'
-' '^
fl»
VP 1 .^*^
Rogers' Jewel Knives and ForKs
pieces—Set of ffix each, or
Sonie
.\nother shipment of those
hne cotton lisle finish knee
bloomers, with double shirred
t'liildrcn's
Women
rcgulai
itv, specially priced,
per set of six
IVe trust that you have or zinll enjoy
the Fashion Display at the. Garrick Theater
and extend you a hearty welcome to our
Citv and an inritaiion to insit Freimuth's
during your stay Iiere.
Bloomers I
and Hoblnnon
Male Help
the
Special, all sizes
Extra large sizes
Spoons— The
Visitors to OurCity and
fabric
WEEK I
Tea
Rogers' Jewel SUver-plated
Welcome Ro tarians,
Cienuine leather
elastic
OK
FURr^£SS
DEAD
16.
Two
I"
Silverware
Week!
<>W!lf rH
"West Publishing company, and resident of St. Paul for more than forty
yesxs, died at his home in Pasadena,
CaL, Tuesday night of heart disease
after an Illness of one month.
Mr. yfest came here from Boston.
where he was engaged In the publishing business in 1S70 and organised
.'
Specials for This
Si>ecial in
East Superior Street,
Duluth. Minn.
202
Want
in
SPECIALS THIS
Knudsen Auto Co.
tinual
STEAMSHIPS.
—John
founder of the
March
on
had taken
E?rsi3t,why isn't it reasonable to try
ydia £. Pinkham's Compound?
office.
Phone Melrose 2153
Dupont
Pinkham's Ck)mpound, and Mrs.
Sherman's experience is simply another case showing its merit.
If your family physician fails to
help you and the same old troubles
T.
Service.
and genuine leather.
Sundays.
FORMER PUBLISHER
St,
until spring.
evenings until 9; also
I
the first bottle I
could iiee that 1 was getting better.
I took several bottles of the VegetableCompound and uaed Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash and I am entirely cured of my ailments. You may
Sublish thi« If tter if you wi.sh."
[ra.M Sherman, Route 2. Lake, MichThere is one fact women should
consider and that is this. Women suffer from irregularities! and various
forms of weakness. They try this and
that doctor, as well as different medicines.
Finally they take Lydia E.
16.
a hearing here, according
A
with irregularities and
'"
'a weakness and at
times was obliged
tustayofTmyfeet.
doctored with
I
our family physi-
After
Your
at
purse and shopping: bag; also
very handy for baby clothei.
and school
material
.'<cwing
The bag that every
books.
woman wants. Unfolds very
easily to large size shopping bag.
Made of imitation black leather
decided
Lydia E.
Pinkhara'a Vegetable CV)mp<.)und.
LAKE FISHING SEASON
OPENS AT CLEVELAND
Cleveland, Ohio. March
— The lake
season
Ashing
— "Aboutone year
case, 80
try
the state
seems to be
'It should be 'state
treasurer said.
peddlers' license agent.'
The state
treasury department has no supervision over this agent. -merely issuing
official receipts for money that is
paid by him to the state treasurer."
Bags, Girdles,
and Other Late
Dress Accessories
USED
CARS
understand my
confusing,*'
Parlors on 3rd Floor
"Three-in-One" Combination
The three-jn-onc handy bag
can be used as hand bng, change
cian andbennally
.Said he could not
Madison, Wi.s.. Marc;'. lo — tifiiry
Johnson, state treasurer, explained
today that his department is entirely
separate from that of the state treasHe said that he felt an
ury agent.
of
necessary
because
explanation
"statements that there are irregularities in the office of the state
treasury agent."
"The name "state treasury agent'
Hosiery, Neckwear,
Bags!
good condition at unheard
of low prices.
Spring Gloves,
am! Hair Dressing
REBUIL T
In
LydiaEL Pinkham's Veg-
,
i
t"-
New
Shop
licauty
Carryall
NOW
ALL GONE
i
Our
is
HER AILMENTS
16-— Th«
Richmond. Ind.. March
Dickinson Trust company of this city
was closed on the order of Charles
W. Camp, state banking cotr.mlsslonApprovriatUtas Iacre*Uk«d.
Another conference asreement ap- er, who Issued a statement charging
of the
proved by the hous« appropriates ap- irdgar F. Hiatt, president approxihad "unloaded"
proximately $40,000,000 for salaries company,
of securities. whlciJ
and expenses of the v^trtrans' bureau mately $660,000termed
as "undei.irthe examiner
."f, instead of
a« proposed by
jv the house, able," upon the company without th€
J18.000 000. a« pr
military knowledge of its directors.
:'or
as well as $l«0.v.w.
statement
Camp's
Commissioner
and naval comper.s a; ;on, as proposed
were not likely to
by the houie. instead ..f $146,000,000 said depositors
ho exloss, and added
and not exceeding $15,000,000 of any suffer any company
ro resume busiunexpended balance. a.-< provided for pected the
bad rissots had
In a senate amendment, and $146.- ness soon after the
new president
40».i>00 for vocational rehabilitation. been removed and a
%» provided by the senate, instead of chosen.
$173.0O«,UOO 111 the house provision.
compromise of the
another
Still
conferees which met with house ap-
u
f»rm Rt>i''lc also pri>b«bly was a result
of M»rv KUun's "altered state of conxclouHiiess."
IC.
p«r cent ad v«lor«m on
has been voted by senate flnanoe committee Kepubllcana, who are rewritHides
ing the Fwrdney tariff bill.
were on the free list under both the
of
1922
1G.
the external facts seem
bllity, wti»r<'iia
STRUGGLE TO RETAIN
SCIENTIST FINDS
HIDES ON FREE LIST TO
GIRLTOBEGHOSTOF
FLOOR
GO TO SENATE
NOVA SCOTIA HOME
— An Import
Waahtugtoti, iiarch
March H. — Mary
hides
N.
«
MARCH
TIIURSPAV.
Girdles! Girdles!
Manufacturer's Surplus Stock of Fancy Girdles.
Over 300 girdles in the assortment. They consist
of solid metal girdles and combinations, colored
Values range from
celluloid and metal effects.
$1.50 to $3. One price while they last pick your
choice for only
(Main Floor)
A
—
98
at
6c
Per Roll-
Kitchen, bcdrooni, living room.
dining room and hall papers in
excellent patterns and colorings
(.sold only with borders at reduced prices). Values 12Vjc to
Extra special, per
22c.
^
DC
roll
AT
PER ROLL
lie
r.ipers in floral and
plain stripes and neat chintz ef-
Bedroom
fects,
matched with dainty bor1 ^
ders; values ISc to 25c
Tootsy Togs for Boys and Girls
Tootsy Togs pos.sess tin- tumble-proof features of
b-\vs' rompers with the charm of a dainty dress.
The Boys' Tootsy Togs Come in Dutch style rompers.
Tootsy Togs arc made of mercerized fast black— permanent finish,
with mercerized satinc binding in burnt .range and wild rose. They
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arc perfect iitting and hanging and come in sizes
The
Girls'
—
2 to
6.
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Price
Double Security Vouchcn
3k
All
Day Friday
per
roll.
AT
30-inch
Special
14c
best
X X
C
PER ROLL
grade of Duplex
Oatmeal Paper in brown, tan,
pray and blue, sold with beautiful borders.
Special at. 1 a
l^-C
per roll
(On Sale Fourth Floor)
Double Security Vouchers
All
Day Friday
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