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5 Voiles at Special May Prices quality voile materials of Many oolor combina- 600 Values, the yard.. ..... : ..... 4@ Valllee, : the yard ............ ~ ~mrd .......... 1.n Special May Prices on Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords We are not ggiag to wait until the end of the season to give you the advantage of low prices on footwear, but are going to the opportunity to supply your ~ow:~ IAulies' pumps in black or brown, military heels, $9.00 values, $7.50 ~ N.50 values ..................... 8.00 ~.85 values ..................... 8.~ ~ "Oxfords ~ blank or ~, $8.00 values ........ $@.~ ~aea., .. :.. ....... . .......................... 7.ee brown and grey, military or French heels. . ~ .~ ....... :..~ ..... " . .N.IO $7.00 valuu ...... .................................. I;.~ $9~0 values~. ....... " , ......... Y.SO ...... : .... - ........................... S.O0 Special May Prices on SilKs An exceedingly beautiful and col- ~~~ k offul showing of plain and fancy j silks presented in1 an offering which ~1 ~ is not 0nly remarkable for its great J derfully diversified selection it offers~ ~.~= '~ $1.75 Values, the yard ....... $1.48~ $2.25 Values, the yard ....... 1.89 $2.50 Values the yard ........................................ 2.10 $2.75 Values, the yard ....................................... 2.30 $2.95 Values, the yard ....................................... 2.39 $4.00 Values, the yard ....................................... 3.30 All Pongee Silks 10 per cent off regular price. Special May Values on Curtain Scrims and Draperies Those who are planning to brighten up homes, will be interested in our Special May Prices on scrims and draperies. One of the best showings we have ever offered. Priced for this sale at, the yard .... 36 to79 Every Woman Will be Interested in the Special May Prices on House Dresses and and Aprons Plain and fancy percale and pretty plaid gingham dresses. Come in and see them. One look will do more to convince you of their real value than a page of description. All specially priced for this May Bale. Men's Shoes at Special May Prices Men's Solid Leather Bl~ck English Dress Shoes .......... $4.95 Men's Calf, Black orCordovian English Dress Shoes ........ 8.98 Men's High Grade Calf Black of Cordovian Eng. Dress Shoes 9.95 Men's Solid Leather Calf Oxfords ...................... 5.95 Men's Cushion Sole Dress Shoes ........................ ~ 9.~ Men's Jefferson 10-Incll Logger Shoes .................. lZ.95 Men's Jefferson 8-inch" Cruiser Shoes .................. t.95 One Lot of Men's Dress Shoes ........................ $.95 One Lot of 8 and 12 inch Work Shoes ................. 5.60 One Lot of Men's 6-inch Work Shoes .................. 3.75 We Will Both Lose if You Don't Study the Prices on this Pa0e FRIDAY g SAT May 1 3, 14 and 16--T R ght at the beginning of warmer weather w'e are ful comparison of values will convince you we are " " The late season and exceptionally large stock, together instances for below replacement values. Be here early d Genuine all camping, etc. Army Blankets wool Army Blanket~, sizes 66x84 inches, fine for auto robes Special May Price ..................... . ....... $4.~ BOY'S KHAKI COVERALLS, SIZES 30 TO 34 .............. 1.98 Ladies' Waists Your Choice of any Georgette. Crepe de Chene or Tub Silk Blouse at the Special May Price of, each .............. $3.40 / i Fine Quality Long Cloth One lot of high grade Longcloth aa~d Nainsook, values formerly up to 85c. Special May Price, the yard. " .45 H i MEN'S WORK SHIRTS ................................ BreaKfast ~ets At May Prices Blue Bird Breakfast Sets. Special May Price, the set .............. $3.50 54-Inch White Lunch Cloths trimmed with wide filet lace. Special May Price ................................................... $3.95 Special May Prices on Notions Thread, 3. & P. Coats, the spool.. 7 Trimming Braid .............. fl2 Snaps, the card ................ 7 Trimming Braid ............. 12 Hooks and Eyes, the card ........ 7 Crochet Cotton, $. & P. Coats the ball ....................... 14 Curling" Irons, each ........... 10 Hose Darners, each ..... . .......7 Kid Curlers, the bunch ........ 11 Hair Nets, each ............... 7 Wi~e Hairpins, the box ......... 4 Rickrack Braid .......... . ....14 98-POUND SACKS OF GATE WAY Pit Dye Soap ................ 10 Corset Laces .................. 4 Darning Cotton, the ball ........ 4 Bias Tape, the bolt ........... 13 Embroidery Cotton, the skein .... 4 Shin01a ....................... 7 Knitting Yarn, 2-oz. balls, each 37 Special Lot of Ladies' Summer Union Suits. May Price, the Suit .... 7S All other Ladies' Underwear, discount of 10 per cent off. FLOUR, THE SACK ...... 4.30 I ! To get the most Satis- faction out of your Corsets It must be comfortable and of the style to suit your type. You can attain these desirable ends if you purchase your corset from our corset department. We offer you Henderson, Nemo and Gossard corsets in front or back lace. They allow that" freedom an~ ease of movement which are essential to gTace and at the same time insure the perfect fit of your dainty frocks. Speci~Uy priced for this May ~le at15 per cent off. you come rig know of a store anywhere that meets rain that no store can give more su groceries offered elsewhere. Buy your the market is lower. Sugar, Pure Cane ................ $8.50 Gate Way Flour, a strictly Montana and Dakota Hard Wheat Blend, Barrel $8.75 Sack ......................... 2.20 Princess Flour, Barrel ............ 8.25 Sack ......................... 2.10 Dairy Salt, 50.pound sack .......... 93 Stock Salt, 50-pound sack .......... 64 Block Salt, 50-pound block .......... T4 Blue Rose Rice, a fancy rice attractively priced at 10 pounds ....... : ..... 60 Small White Navy Beans, 10 pounds.. 50 Mexicm~ Red Beans, 10 pounds ..... TOe Today's Brand Tomatoes, a soli~ pack, 6 cans .............. Hershey's Cocoa, 1.pound can ............................ ~/~-pound can ....................................... Baker's Ground Sweet Chocolate, 1-pound can ............... Bob White Soap, an excellent laundry So~p, ease .......... 10 bars for ......................................... Bulk Coffee, 1-pound .................................. Raisins, seeded or seedless .............................. Meco Brand Currants. 10 per cent discount on all spices. A Good Standard Corn at 2 cans for ..................... .' Rolled Oats, 9-pound sack .............................. ~' Sehilling's Best Baking Powder, 1-pound can ............ Bulk Vinegar, 1 gallon. Bring Your Containers. Campbell's Soups, 2 cans for ............................... Tree Tea, either green or black, in pound or one-half per pound ........................................... Jew.el Crown Brand Corn, 6 cans .......................... Salmon, 1-pound can, 3 cans for ....................... Snider's Catsup, the bottle .............................. ,.. 10 per cent discount on all exhorts. Libby's Sliced 1Hneapple, No. 2 can ...................... : Snow Drift Shortening, 4.pound pail Starlight Peas, No. 2 can, 6 cans for .................. :.. Crimson Rambler Melomar Syrup, 1-gall6n pail, white ..... ,'i Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, 12-ounce can ......... ,. Crisco, 9lb., 6lb., 3lb. pails, the pound ...................... , Prince Albert Tobacco, 1.pound humidor .............. ~/2-pound humidor .................................. Merchandise charged at Cash Only. The Store That DUDLE Saves You Money