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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 May 1909

.Ij PITTSBURG LOSES CLOSE GAME TO GIANTS RAYMOND PITCHES GOOD BALL AND MAKES HIT WHICH WINS THE GAME. National League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg ......... 18 10 '.%43 Chicago .......... 17 13 .567 Philaijelphlia . . 3 12 .520 Cincinnati .... . 15 16 .484 New York . 12 13 .480. Brooklyn .......... 12 14 ,.462 St. Louis .... . 14 17 .453 Boston ............ 10 16 .385 American League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. D etroit .................... 18 9 .667 Poston .................... 10 10 .015 New York . 16 10 .615 Philadelphia ........... 15 10 .600 Chicago .................. 12 16 .429 St. Louis ................. 11 15 .423 Cleveland ............... 10 17 .370 Washington .......... 7 18 .280 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Raymond Whole Cheese. Ne~w York, May 20.-Pitcher Ray mond was a big factor in New York's defeat of Pittsburg today. He scat tOred the visitors' eight hits so that only: one run resulted and drove in Bridwell with the winning run by a singli over second. Score: R. II. E. P ittsburg ....

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 May 1909

IDVANCE SHOWING OF New Dutch Shirt Waists THE LATE STYLE SHIRT WAISTS IN DUTCH. Collar and collarless effedts have jumped into popular favor, every where. We were fortunate in securing an early shipment aind call your attention to our attractive collection of teautifil, high-grade waists. They are all brand new-the latest models and all excellent values. Iew Waists $1.50 New Waists $2.50 All are tucked, fine batiste waists- Made of fine quality French nain ouare lace yoke, collarless style; ak-wide, hoavy Ince front; fine late around edge of sleeves; worth pin tucked with Dutch lace collar; $200 worth $3.04. iew Waists $6.00 New Waists $4.50 Fine pure linen waists; hand em- Slicer French nalniook waist with brnldered fronts, with blue figures; Plain blue Dutch collar and cuffs to Swiss embroidery fronts; huttoned Match; an exceptionally pretty bhiek and has lace trimmed Dutch waist for $6.00. collar; only $4.64. New Pongee Shirt Waists The Pongee Waists are either tailored or have '...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 May 1909

Daily Puzzle / II III, TOOK THE IttNT. The bashful lover drew his breath And mlade an effort gratil. I wish I were the glove, he (hiod, 'That rtOts up >,1 your hand." lShe bhtluised a triffle and rl1iedl, "I lust admire y iur taste, hut I would rather' that yt u were The belt around my waist." Who is watchling them? Answer to Yesterdiy's Puzzil-Right side down, behind dog. A \ f One of today's little ads may hold the germ of Qgood fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this ofife as follows: Z. Y. X.-One A. C.-One Z.-line J. X. L.-tlne M. C. K.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE F'OUR-ROC M FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf asv FOR SALE-THREId 11 LO' 1OTS, 11 South Missoula addition; fenced unt planted to garden and trees wale on lots. See owner, at 701 Souun Fifth west. DANCING LESSONS SURE:! WE CAN Ti0ACI1 YOU T( dance. Classes Wednesday and Sat urday, 7:30 p. in., at Elite InllI Private lessons at any time. Cal at Paxton block. Mr. and Mrs....

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 May 1909

iUS' ICORNER. Miasoula's Best Grocery We have all kinds of feed always on hand. Special for this week: 1icar good wheat. 1 dar good oats. I car chopped feed. 1 car bran and shorts. 1 car whole and cracked corn. 2 cars timothy hay. Considering the market our prices are low on these groods. Special Oranges, per dosen ........................104t ASK FOR REILLY'S, PHONE 98. THE BUSY CORNED. Ftr FPtces May easily be kept fair if our Ben soin and Almond Lotion is applied before and after exposure to sun anld wind. The one perfect lotion that can be used on the most deli cMe skins without injury. It keeps the skiti blear, soft and smooth and imnpartq a delightful sense of cool noss and frtshnesd. It is entirety absorbed and is not greasy or sticky. Large bottles...........................5O4 $tssoula Drug Co. WHO LBALK AND RETAIL. Cprner Higgins Ave and Front St. U~ Us .iguore Q1`. y u u~ r yecorati n g SINtN S M@ VD We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have the finest furn...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

SW THEEATH DAILY MISSOULIAN .FIRS Today-Partly cloXdly. For eIO ciencTM goes to { X V. M , sAT -D MO ssoulMan's ClaE I Ad.C N Vain. XXXVI. NO.' 17. MIsSOULA, MO.NTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, MIAY 2'2, 1990,. DIVORCE EVIL IS ROUNDLY SCORED DENOUNCED AS SCANDAL-SIN AND SORROW DUE TO LAX ITY OF THE LAWS, NEEiE REFORMS URCED Presbyterians in Session at Denver Hear ;Report on Subject of Marriages ,and Divorces Which Is a Severe Ar ratgriment of Practices Now Permit ted by State Statutes. Denver, May 21.-A quietus on Sun day amusements and activities, the abolition of divorce, and the urgency of religious education were the sub jects that started the business of the general assembly of the Presbyterian church off with a rush today. Two other subjects which threaten to cause much parliamentary conflict before the end of the session-the report of the executive committee and the report of the committee on administrative agencies-also were brought before the asdsembly by Dr. J. Moffatt, former mod...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

teart city Only two blocks from hiapard hotel, a good five room modern house in fine condition, facing on two streets; lot 30x170; good ibarn, fine trees and lawn. This property will rent read ily for $360 per annum and with a little change it would bring in $480. This is a splendid proposition. Price, 42,7i0. A Splendid Modern 5Room Home on South 5th Street 'New, thoroughly modern; good cellar; elegantly fin ished; new range goes with house; a splendid location, 50x130 foot lot, cement walks. I am of ering this property at $600 Tess than it is worth. Price for a few days, $2,925, on terms of half cash. Lodk this up for a bar ;.gain, Jas. M. Rhoades REAL'tSTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. MI1LY LOSES l BABY FROM SCARLET FEVER Luke Matthey, the 19-months-old son of' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McFarland, died at an early hour yesterday morn ing at the residence of the family, 1028 Defoe street, the cause of death be ing scarlet fever, from which he had ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

TE 'fl: AA ...SAN . GOVERNMENT IS REACHING INTO HIGH PLACES IN JAPAN TO PUNISH GUILTY. 'Torklo, May 21.-Do:y by dany the scnprd of what is now known as "the sUtgaP scandal" increases and the arm bd the law is being stretched into place"''high and low to arrest and expo$e those responsible for the mOst gigalft., irregularities ever unearthed in Japair: Aroised by public sentiment, the government authorities are leaving no sthnd, unturned and show no mercy, in tlie exposure. One member of par liament after, another is placed un der ar'est. The constitutional party which carried everything before it in the last session of the diet has been the sufferer and will find it extreme ly difficult to rally under the blow. There have been arrested so far 20 members of parliament and six direc tors of the company. A de termindd effort has been made for the' past .two sessions of the djet to na tionaltle the sugar company-that is to sai, the government is to take If over from the stockholders. It...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

PSi dly Diy inh the Year. SUDUIAN PUBLISHING CO. 189 , 131 West Main Street, Mis S sula, Montana. l:inteh{ed at the postfoflce at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mall matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Daily, one month.......... ....................$0.75 Daily, ,three months ................ 2.25 Daily, six months................................... 4.00 S Da ly, one year..................................... .00 Weekly, one year.... .................... . 1.50 Postagei added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business .Offiee 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The ,Missoullan is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Missoulian Publishing Company. 'SATURDAY, MAY 22, '1909. FRRIGATION LAWS. Director Newell of Ihe reclamation serviee gives it as his belief that Mon tana n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

MR&1RQMASC. RIEY ENTERTAINS ELABORATE LUNCHEON GIVEN AT HOTEL RAVALLI-HAMIL TON SOCIETY. Special Correspondence. Hamilton, May .1.-Mrs. Thomas C. Rlley" entertained a large number of lad4s at luncheon in the dining room of Hotel Ravaill. Thursday after noofl tt 2 o'clock. It was without ex cept'lon the stost eldborate affair of its kind ever given in Hamilton. The guests, over i0 in number, were re ceiv~ at .th hall ,entrance and ushered by m'afds to the parlors of the seclid floor, where they were greeted by the hostess, who was' gowned in a princess dress of sheer linen, trimmed with real lace and decorated with pearls, At a few minutes _before 2 o'clodk the party was ushered into the clining room, always a pretty room, but 'harming in its decorations of cut flowei's, including nasturtiums, carna tionts, pansies, palms and potted ge rant.ms. The menu of the eight courses served was as follows: Grape fruit. Essence of chicken. Filet of sole. " Sliced cucumbers: Fried squab chic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

ACE SHW1NG Or New Dutch 2 S! Shirt Wa s THE LATE STYLE SHIRT WAISTS DCUT H. 'ailar andi collarless effects have jumlpd 1 i.o l' mar rov .r ewit P - wilerd. '"W'f Wief e rttullnite.'l smeuring an ent'l.y shiprnt anid aill your eatntlon to ouit attractive collection of t:eauti.l, high-gratd:; waists. Thyy aib ill bramd now-the loatlst mnodls and all excellnt va lhes. ew Waists $1.50 New Waists $2.50 AM are tucked, fine batiste waists- Made of fine qualily Prench nain sAare lace yoke, eollarltas ,tyle; ook--wide,, 11ivy lai front ; fine le around edge of sleeves; worth iin tucked witl ith l toh luc collar; '00. worth $3.,0. New Waists $6.00 New Waists $4.50 Mine pure linen waists; hand era- Sheer French nainsook waist with broidered fronts, wilh blue figures; ,ý,, pin blue Dutch coltlar and cuffs to Swiss eforoery fronts; buttoned Stch; an exceptionally pretty back anti hf laftrimnmeid Dutch \y ist for $.00 . . collar; only $4.50. NNEW Pornee Sh~ Wsts .lhe Pongee a alsLt ire either tai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

STANDARD TJune Number Fashion Sheet The D. J. Donohue Co.'s The Desi For un GEand Standard Fashion Book Given Away Gratis Are Now Ready for You Millinery Opportunities Good Shoe Savings At $7.50 and $10.OO we offer the finest line of swell trimmed shat that An annual event in which the newest seasonable wears have ever been shown in Missoula. In order to get the rich and dressy From in enormous stck f time tried and world-famous s te big effects that these hats give you would have to pay almost twice as much uffer very radical reductions. Choice lines of men's hie shoe store," the best if t the largest in Missoula, offers these ery elsewhere. There are .more than 100 in this new assortment, which is amillin y goods and is: choice line direct from a New York manufacturer. Don't"fail to see them. and women's suits, millinery, dry goods, shoes and fur- WOMEN'S $2.50 PATENT OXFORDS $1.98. You are sure to like them. Read these extra special prices:esids th atent ords you are offered a go...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

rr '!i' lt `i i BENCH TIGr.k LOSE AND BOSTON BEATI w I T'E 80X-ONE GAME IEP. -AWRATES TEAMS. 8'tA NDING OF THE CLU'B. NMAfl'ONfL LEAGQUE. Cl@d-b- Won. Lost. Pet Pi0tt 1 g ..............:..:18 10 :64: Chic o .....o................18 13 .58: Phil elphia ..............13 12 .52( Cin at ..................15 16 .48! Nfew , ork ..................12 13 .48( n ...................12 14 .467 t; is .......................14 17 .457 Bo t ........................10 Ii .37( American. League. Club-- ,.in: Lost. Pct betrtt ............. 1 10 .642 S Bost6ii ..........................17 10 .63( Phill plphia .............16 10 .611 sNewt ri) ......... 16......:1 11 .591 t, 1 ...i ... ....1..... . 16 .444 Chie.. .......... 11.......11 17 .414 Clev nd ............:.,...i 17 .392 SWas l6gton .............. 7 19 .266 Intd moHaitain League. Club- Woo ,JteC. Pct Saltake 1. . 4 It1 HeieA,- . .................. . . : t 'Butt .. ..................8... .46 ois .......................... $ 11 .214 AM. 1O.MAN LEA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

, Daily PuzZle 1S1 WHA'T Pir E THOUGHT. "I've been so long by woman boased I feel," poor Henpeck) said, "'Tis better to have loved and lost Than to have loved and won." Find hi,: wife. Answer to Yesterday Puzzle-Left side down behind lady. IT fl One of today's little ads may hold the germ of 0 Agood fortune. or you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this office as follows: Z. Y. X.-One A. C.-One Z.-One 1. X. L.-One M. C. K.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL, ESTATE. FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wulf ave. FOR SALE-THREE LOTE, 1N South Missoula ,addition; fenlced and planted to garden and trees; water on lots. See owner, at 701 South Fifth west. FOR SALE BY OWNER A NEW three-room modern house; 50 foot lot; on South Fifth street; a great, big' bargain; must sell; one-half (ashi will handle; forl*pattcuiars and price phone 572 or address P. O. Box 52, Missoula, Mont. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A GOOD ,tock ranch? Well here it is. 1,120' acres ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 May 1909

z a J. Y CORNER. Grocery. ,e have all kinds of feed always n"lhand. Special for this week: >? good wheat. t1 ..a g.ood oats. 1 s~e Cbho ppeo feed. 1 bar bran and shorts. I tar whole and oraeked corn. 2 cars timothy hay. bonsidering the market our prices are low on these groods. Special. O*anges, per dozen.......12............10) ASK FOR, REJ-.LY'S, PHONE 98. THE BUSY CORNED. ' Ii. . 'I , :L " ... . .. : .air Faces Maf4 easly Ip lpt fair, if our Ben ain d Alwd) lLotionh is appfled before and .rtel! exposure to sun a. wind: The one perfect lotion th t c6n be used on the most dell 'skib s WithOUt lInjury. It keeps the skin clear, soft and smooth And imjparts a. delightful sehse of cool nas and freshness, It is entirely ablorbed and is not greasy or sttieY. La oge bottles ..................................50o# 9,Co. ).~WOLGALE AND RETAIL. Cdiner liggfns Ave and iront St. We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have 'the finest furni ture salesrooms in the northwest and ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

-HE THE DAILY MISSOULIAN ........... .A.. THE rWEATI.R NAITU, FIRST PLACE Toulorz Nir, • "Misoullan's ClassM VODL.- XXXVI. NO. 18. MI SOULA, MONTANA, StUNDAY MOLINING, MAY 2`,, 19O9. PRICE FIVE C PRESIE@ PROCLAIMS RESERVATION OPENING Taft Signs Proclamation Fixing Dates for Reg istration and Entry on Valuable Lands. .EGISTIRATION OPEN FlOM JULY 15 TO kUGOST 5 Drawing Will Be Held at Coeur d'Alene .City on August 9 But Entries Will Not Be Permitted Until April 1, 1910-Conditions Governing the Opening Are Set Forth in Detail. "Wrashington, May 22.-President Taft today issued a proc lamation providing for opening up foir settlement and entry ,ubout 440,Q00 .acres of land in the Flathead reservation, Mon-. -tna; 200,000 in the Coeur d'Alene reservation, Idaho, and be .ty.een 50,000 and 100,000 in the Spokane reservation, Wash ington. Registration, Whicvh will conumence on July 15 and close AugustI 5, must be executed and .sworn to at either Kalispell or i1lissoula, ~lfont., for the Flat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

The Golden Rule Store 1 . nnounces to .Is Friends' throughout montana a Celebration of the Jores 'T'hirteenth Anniversary Never Jean 2efore F~r i., Dag. Jarti9 lattz, t, .it ¢t, bat.Ohis.,.t .ih Oalu qolden Rule k istory 1896-1909 A small one-room store 13 years' ago. Today two large store rooms, with reserve basement, and the liveliest retail business in Missoula. Back 13 years we find the seed-Cash Transactions, buying and selling, fair dealing, always a fixed price, honest methods, a liberal exchange and a money back system, and beneath it all a Golden Rule desire to do as we would be done by-and today the seed planted 13 years ago has grown and developed into the foundation stones of the Goblden Rule Store. 80c abe1. amask 490t 4< yard A 70-inch, full fibre, Scotch Table Linen, highly finished and made with rich, elaborate designs; a Damask sure to wash well and wear splendidly. ,inen Crash 7 /-,c Wdorth 5ec 18-Inch, pure linen Crash; a very Soft crash, free from filling; wha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

FORA CdUHOfSE WOMAN'S ORGANIZATION TO,,BUY LOTS-REPORT OF TREAS URER GRATIFYING. At a meeting of the Woman's club yesterday aftefrnoon reports were read, frori the, itt.ters and,, d rtmer.t ch~il~Ean~ ~work`it ttqg db ·ig th? club year.' 'he r port of `the treas urer was particularly gratifying, as it showed: a balance' in. the t'easury of nearly $300. It was deplded to turn this surplus over to the trustees of the '~reposed hltcbholse to .e used to wards the purchase and erection of the btildA Tl ,.r" were tu thorized" to porcid.de three adth, a "te. gating 90x15tY,f~et, in the I.Hamrqpnd additiona, her ;tit .Is .pl abl@jt lha clubhouse will Iee constructed. It was stated that the eritertainment committeedco4templa'ed' holditig a car nival some time during the fall months ftidr the purpose of adding to the building fund. Among the attrac tions. at this 'parnival w!t be booths for 'the Stale of fafity work, candy andt aprons, with , fortune telling booths, Japanese booths, New Engla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

Ike Only two blocks from Shapard hotel, a good five rotom anio? erilidouse in fine condition, faeing on two streetsq 1t; $OX11O; good bairn, fine tres and lawn. This property will rent read ily for $360 per annum and with a little change it would bring in $480. This is a splendid proposition. Price, $2,750. Splendid 5-Room Home on New, thoroughly moder ; good: cellar; elegantly fin isbed; niew range goes with house- :a splendid location, 501i08 foot lot, cement walks. I am offering this property-:at $600 less than it is worti. Price for a 'few .days, $2,925, on terms of half cash. Look this up for a bar gain. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL 8ETAT$ AND INIJURANCE . DEALER. 115 Higgine Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. FOLI MISSOULA RACE SHAS ALL TEAM TIED Out at Fort Missoula a pennant race Is in full blast, with all of the teams entered tied for first honors. Yester day company M defeated company K by a 'core of 12 to 4. The excellent pitching of Watters and the splendid support accorded him by...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

MISSOULA MERCANTILE COM A Y The Buffalo H.ere Has a Meaning to You----IT'S A GUIDE For years we have searched for a suitable emblem to use as a trade mark---a sign to all who see it, of integrity, quality, strength, size and early -estabhih ment---and, of'the many considered, the BUFFALO, which stands for all of these, has been selected for our distinguishing sign. The buffalo has gone .d# ! into history as the "Monarch of the West," his superiority over all other native animals, his wonderful strength, his agility and his loyalty to horne are proverbial Applying these characteristics to this store, the aptness of the selection will be apparent to all who know and have dealings with it. Let ta Ba ffal/o and the fariliar initials, M. M. Co. be your guide to Missoula's oldest, largest and best store-the store of quality merchandise, honest prices, fair dealing ad sati.faction, always. Missoula's Best Muslin Underwear Sale Starts Monday On every count we have planned this Sale to be th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

Wash Snits andfl··h, ~ atln ~ioiietts of was sM ui ts antl (ht (*o ii hav n evel' Icen bIctt( r, sol ou wI Aill find thijs MlfloI 's offerings thel het il style anti qualnity. ; )r siTg nl y j u mp er d r es s es of rI e p u l a n d l i Ie n s ! i n all th e ]l v id - dtef4 es, effecivcely trirnmetlwith lave and wiab tucked, I lIJnl11(. Y ou will find theeii all a ftr tllivel} 'p iiell at, $7.50, $8.5O, $1O and ii] 12 Special Ribbon Offering heavy; pure silk taiffe ii, ribon in all col ______ 01os, 4 anl ad inc11es0 widle, 40c alnd 45c val m~ 11M m yard ...............r .... .... . Au... Important IJMid-Season i e:i : naday ,Ve place on sule cvewy trimmedl hit at, "gut ly re±gc prle neea The entire stoclk ioiiit bei closed) ou, t, g4equentIy these low prieer trill pueva.i L There si-a good variety to Cho se. fromti, including gIuo dai. bmalll" shapes,' no two a1&lie, anll ll bIe utifully trimmed, ih `turbans, mushrooml hI 1adb1 ell apes. ~ ·s FOUIE SPECIAL PRICES~iH a a DO hats ...

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