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PLENTY OF MALES
111 nnrr-ftiiinnii niir II
.Women of the City Chal
lenged to Produce Them
I if There Be.
Charlei Arthur Mooro In, athlete,
fcrplbrer, financier, son of thn lata C.
1 A. MDore, the "Hardwnro King;," In
going after mllltla recruits with a
club. He Is a bluo-oycd plant, but
tho club ho Is tislnir Is not made of
locust. Ho Is trying to shuino tho
jHwns men of Greenwich, Conn.,
f Jpjiero he lives, Into Joining tho local
MCoaat Defense Company by publish
if.lnff an advertisement challenging the
(iwomm of thnt boroutrh to And thirty
iltnAn wnrfh while. Hftrn 1 )iniv It be
"Women of dre-enwlch! I foil
upon you to find thirty M13N
among tho iIAJJ3 POI'l'LAnON
There aro Just that mane
places for MEN In the Twelfth
Company, tho OREENW1C1I
COMPANT. of Coast Artillery.
All tho males In town know that
wo need MEN and need them
badly to servo and dofend you
women of this town and thn
women of this .Nation, to servo
and defend your children, liui
out of tho male population of the
town we have been unablo of our
selves to find THIRTY M UN."
There is moro like that In tho
(flaming advertisement that 1111a half
I a page In tho local papers, tor
'xou women of Greenwich have
In task before you which Is hard even
Imen In Greenwich.' Thcro Is a very
llor your strength, nml tniny rem
Himfilo test of manhood by which you
may test tnosc jon suspect or uc-
ing men. mil iiiwn tuna to vnnst
1,i Iho Greenwich Company to nerve
t.iii luuhu . ,..ou,
,.f your patriotism and the patriotism
.1.1.. .'....!.. K m.n .lir,i
Till UIU lUUU IS WJIUUlll JUU l.Ul IJillt
f thirty mon among all tho hundrod.i
ivt males if military ago In Green-j
iwloh. The Honor of tho Town is In
8 "Shall Greenwich be known as the
TOWN THAT DIDN'T HAVE
TJIutTY MEN' 7" I
ADVERTISED TO KEEP COMPANY'
ave you heard fiom your thirty I
meijr Tho Evening World asked Mr. JoH,Vs Chunh and di-oct jr of tho -Modre
to-dny In his otllce. No. 113 .,. ,h., ivnr n.. vnl.l sm-jlv
Wtit Fortieth Htreot. ,
Tbe big youmr man umlled all over1
Ibis (broad, pink fuco, and IiIjsIiou!-.
I.lrln tinli- th:it llnckrt.Hphftllilt I
.j.UlAit envy shook with mirth.
"I haven't heard yet, ho said, but ; performunce tho editors and pub
J giess that will fetch 'm. Tho ushers of all tho New York dallies
wot: len will shame 'em Into vmunteer- and maguirtiws.
)ng. It simply can't bo that Green-
, l.nnl, Ilia rnnnln. W.. I
lliavb sovent)..sl mon In the iuiiipan
inuYlt It was down as low k sixty
ylevJn two weeks ago. when wo boguu
fro iSiInk about that ad. You see. If
,JfO Jdropptd 10 slxty-tlvo men our
.wimtittiiv would un muslereU out.
Think or it:
rl?"But wo've begun to pldt up lnce
tbel break came with GunTiuny. A
jjrtft many follows havo applied, but
ithojtcst Is pretty severe, nnd wh must
iiato thirty more good ones to fill our
ranKs. I Jolnnl Isst June, when
Ithliigs began to look bad. and now I'm
Hecond Lieutenant, l'totly tough
Jwlidn the olllcers havo to go down Into
tthejr own pockets to drum up men!
(.K.HHM.MMK ..... . ...
'ADVERTISER HAS LED AN
' EVENTFUL LIFE.
1 11 "lfvo had a lot of letfrs situ e the
d. Icamo out yesterday. We liavo
iderity of patriotic woman In Urcen-
iMcn. iifcius a luiirr iroiu -urn. bul
lion Mac, local Chairman of tho
"Women's National ftcivlco League.
Hhetsuggests a muss meeting, with a
bigitirass band und an Admiral and
nthsr veteran olllcers to tell the boys
It's time to come forwurd. We'll get
era, never fear. 1 haven't lost faith
In Oreonwlch Just thought I'd stir
'em up with a challeng". I shouldn't
bo surprlHcd If wo'J get 300 men In
ntnad of tlilrt. Wo cuu llnd gun.or
Mr. Mooie I s l -i"n
. -i. ... ... .. . r.. k..,
years, every one of Uiem pafU'il full '
a lad at Yale ho went ;hrough the
I.I.. .mn n,l l.lr.l. t.itn,. I,
mifiann kiv nmimrv iltlpi ui'iit. fiiiirr i
vas with Admiral l'eary on one of
Ills quests for tho North I'olo. It was
about that tlmo that three highway
men swarmed on him and tried to
rob him at the Greenwich Railroad
Htatlon. He vvs a stripling of only
390 pounds th.'n, but he boat up the
robbers so badly that the vllhga po
llceman took hlni to the station, leav
ing tho victims "out" on tho platform.
Ltcr young Moore fell In with a
different sort of highwaymen and
Utiey tooU llni f'v nil he h-id. lie bo-
amo ai liiaini' .1 wmi uiuiani J.
FiimmlnuK. fie N.ihIiv. pi oniotoi.
KEEP LOOKING YOUNG
T, 1, if y-
Edwards' Olive Tablets.
rne secret oi Keeping young ia w
trr vnnnir to Ho tllf.1 VOU lllUfl
tratcli your IWcr anil bowels there's
y need of having a sallow complex -
.X.dnll eves with no sniirktc
doctor will tell you most sickness
comes from inactive bowels anil liver.
Dr. Edwards perfected a vegetable
compound mixed with olive oil to act
on 'the liver and bowels, which he'
care to his patients for years.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the
substitute for culoiuel, are grntle In
their action, yet always effective.'
They bring ubout that exuberance al
spirit, that natural buoyancy which
should be enjoyed by every one, by
toning up the liver ami clearing mc
system ot Impurities. ITEM3 FOR INVESTORS.
You will know Dr. F.llwnriU' Olive White Motor rn. Itesular qusiteih
Tablets by their ollvp color. 10c and .i.vidend of l per share, payable March
28c per box. All druggists.- Ailvt. 1 i u. htneu iH-oni Mnnii is
(UrmvriJ .". iwnnrtivi -..".''
ttulMr, tf o'cJoolt, iiMta lt,
JITNET BUUMARINE Dutch skipper said he was
stopped by one so email hardly room for ono nnn on
on account of high
black demon spider (monkeys), purplo crested chuddcr,
anteaters whoso tongues work whllo they sleep, singing
lizards and four-lcggcd hen.
v,ividi- M tP"
who Invited him to become a member
of tho Carneglo Trust Company,
which ha1 a meteorlo career. At
the end of It Mr. Cummlngs was
serving a term In Sing Sing,
nnd young Mr. Moore had lost
his fortune of moro than 12.000.000.
Ho went through bankruptcy. Now
hn I a director In his fathers old
nuruwarc xirm iwiu in" iiuhumb ,
. ...III. in-nn 11a InnlfM Ilkfl It'
iiiaii tin-iiww . . . - - .
innn wno wouia iigoi i u .
drop was drained from him and then
die with a smile.
1,300 SEE PASSION PLAY
AT ST. JOSEPH'S, HOBOKEN
Mayor MitCliel CCeptS Invitation to
Attend Performance Editors'
IliL i. ... I . . . I . . 1
uuriren nunureu persons iviuici.ai:u
yMtcrday afternoon, in St. Jotcph's
Auditorium, Central Avenue and
Traphugcn Street. West Houoken, N.
Jti the eovcnth performance of tho
Fasslon Flay and live hundred were
unablo to get Inside. Most of these
took reservations' for Tuesday or.
Thursday night performances.
.Mnyor Aiuvnvl nna accepiun an in-
i..,,,.r . . .,n,r t ,.i m.
l,,".n, onw or the peif irm.uices .11
'iM-niorroiv nlsht will bo editors'
Fathers huvu Invited for this opi'ul.'ii
1 a m cmiti-..
it ;. 'V.
a. m. i i if
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1 .New iork bloik Lxcaantu will be, made.
BHOULD CHINS OR BinNfl be kept warm Is con.
troversy rafting in Columbus, Ind., slnco etrls begun
wearing high fur collars and short skirts. ;
. . , ... ,,,. .....
prtco of materials.
CUIUOUS THINGH on ship from Bouth America:
i iu..,,h .t,iUiv nn.t
forty feet long, plnk-eyod gazuka and
ADAM SHRIVEIt, nlnoty-two, was burled at Can
ton, O., in coffin ho mado thirty years ago.
OH, YOU KJD!" Is namo of a street In Portland,
EFFICIENCY NOTE; You can't get a revolver per
mit now from New York City Magistrate unless you can
hit 4x8 foot target at 65 feet.
EARTH literally swallowed up woman hanging out
clothes at Mount 'Washington, Fa. An old coal mine
under her caved In.
SWANN ASKS CHARGES
BE HEARD AT ONCE
Takes City Club's Lawyer Before
Referee in Effort to Set
t)i,trUt Attorney Sivnnn. In an f-
' fort t0 hasten tho hearing on the
i charBes preferred against him before
' tho Governor by tho City Club, per
1 sunded Chase Mellen, counsel fur the
City Club, to go beforo Referee
I George Ingraham with him to-day.
Mr. Hwanri ald he wished a hear
Ing ns soon as possible. Mr. Mellon
snld he was not ready and desired to
kuo whether tho referee would ac
cept hearsay evidence. Mr. Ingra
ham said hn would receive no evi
dence not ndml5nble before any
court of law in this State. .Mr. Mellen
asked more time 10 prepari- his case.
The leferee suld he was going to
Hot Hprlngs Mr.rch 17 and would not
fix a date until after his return.
U.S. GUARANTEE TO END
CUBAN LIBERALS' REVOLT
LaiiNfis Approved Conierenre As
suring Fair Elections, Sas Mes
sage to Dr. Perrara Here.
l'ro.ipects of a speedy settlement of
the Cuban revolution havo Iwen
brought about, It was announced to-
J day by Dr. OiVsles Kerrara, repre
. tentative, hete of the Liberals who are
in revolt against tho Cuban Govern
ment, through ti guarantee to the
Liberals by tho I 'lilted Slates Gov-
eminent of fair election in Onentc
Province and the recognition f It. '
Fernandez of tho Llberul Parl nx the
duly authorized military comniundi r
of tho province. ' I
Dr. Kerrara said he had received a 1
cablegram from 1'ernundes stating i
thut. with the approval of Secretary
of Statu Lansing, '" n.inder lti!
knap Is In eonferenc" ul Santiago do
Cuba with tho Llbor.il loaderti to miiku
action along thoio lines ffuellve.
Tlui ninv turn In ovuntu means
that thn t 'tilled Slates will gusr:inti'c
fair oleotloiiH," said Dr. Keriarn. "We
ure eonlldi nt we can curry tl o elev
tluns If f.iii I held,"
I'rlillwrr I'nruril of oiilrnlil In
I'rldlgrr, who representwl Irving
Weehnler, recently acquitted of tlio mur
der of Krediirlck Strsuts, ilurlni.- k gang
flljht, whs to-d,iy purjie'l of intucmpt l.v
JuOgn I'laln f.ir tlie i bin e ,.f the
"short sml ugly f-il ' mm A-ii.int
IH'irict Alior n. I'iiii. -
Mm 1 1 'i
I dui lint :ne i In. In
1 t..ure J ill. .1 1't K c ' i. 1
' nave I'll. e:i uilit i mini'le' i
' la-nl mo i.i'lliieil almoin
. 'i fi'Us
,1 ' Htl.lll,,
befnre the uilllireHK of ll' '
ami I "III liml. ihe lii
Jiililr'. linn Knilx UN I. lie.
Theodore Haverlmsch, flfly-f iv . of
N'o. 216 I'oopcr Street. Wllllnnisburgh.
had ben out of work three manilis
and disappointment msd hi in sUk.
ItM wife went to inn tint tit 10 A M
to-iluy, and oen 'he rsiim home
eotlld not get In N'etRhliois forre I
tl,e door. lli' erhii"! Ii ivnn ilen, i,
Imd with a r,.i" lube in III, tit- 1 1 :
tied In plnie miiIi n Hiring. In v
of liimhwl.'l. Ilu.lill.ll. uieil I lie n,
motor for hair an liom bin i ,
Klgll of life
DON'T HURT A BIT
Lift your old, torturou corns
and calluiei right off
with the finjer.
This tiny liottlr I111I1U the mnnii
of wmulrrs. It contains nn iilinoM
ineglral drug discovered hy 11 l inrii
nutl inuii. It u fulled freeenne. It is
11 compound made from ether.
Apply 11 few drops of this
freefone upon 11 tender,
lulling corn or a burdened
callus. Instantly the sore
ness disappears nml short!)
you will II ml tlie lorn or
ciillus so slirl vrlril nml
loose Hint you just lift it
It Willi the lingers.
Vou feel no p.iln or snr
pci,3 when applying irre
01. e or afterwiirds. It
iloein't even irrilnle tin
Jul nsk in nnv lriia
slnre for a small bottle of free... 10
Tl.u uiii , osl but a few ri al. I "
will nomtivrlv rUI our iioor, sufJV
imk trvl of nnv luinl I'oru, Mft
I I.ioki .tr it. ',.11
cnllmes on liotloin of feel.
treetone o.i-. i ii-llow lulicl.
yellow jabcl. AdvU
THE EVENING WORLD,
PICTURED AS 'AQUAPLANING
WOMAN SUES FOR $50,000
Mrs. tost Resents Film show lug
llcr Riding on a Door
, at Sea.
! Asking; damages of fSO.OOO berauso
tho Ansco Company, a camera firm,
god her ,,cture for nhowlnj: her clnd
a bathing suit riding on n door
at sea posing as "Aquaplaning." Mrs
Anna Yost of No. 51! West Ono Hun
ilred nnd Klghtleth Street npiieared
,0,'n3r Plaintiff In nn .action
slnst the company on trial before
Justice I'latzck. Tho plaintiff desires
an accounting and an Injunction.
Mrs. Yost testified sho wus one of
a party of girls at Ilrlghton llench In
1915 who posed for pictures which
were afterward fubllslied with her
consent In the nrt supplement of n
newspaper and In "Motor Uoat."
Mho declared tho picture which
showed her In n bathing suit. lmre.
footed, h.ilr flying, ilrlvlng with reins
ns sho stood on a door IowimI by a
motor boat, has been used for trade
purposes to tho great humiliation of
Herbert Kollnr, a photographer, tes
tided Mrs. Yost nnd tho other girls
volunteered lo posn for him. Ho
Identified tho pirturo of Mrs. Yost
He added that. In the Ansco picture,
ho only identified tho bo.lv nnd figure
of thn plaintiff with tin- head nnd
facial fcatutcs of n different person
NO ATTEMPT TO CENSOR
SPEAKERS, SAYS PR, BUTLER
Columbia's HeaJ Makes l-'irsi I i-1
terance on Harrin.c; of Conn: i
President Hutlnr or t'olumblii I'nl-
verslty. nuido his first publlo utter- j
unco to-day on tho question of
silencing Count Ilyn Tolstoy. The
Count as Invited to talk on "M
Father's Views on War" bv'ore tho
International Club, a Htudont organi
zation, but was prevented by Prof
John D. Pilnci', heiul of tho depart- i
ment i'f SlnMinli' hiiiKiiiigi.H and
literature. The Speetator. n student
paper, edllonnlly declaied It was
autocratic to give the power of vein
to one member of the fiuul't. ,
President llutler mites lo tho Spec- j
tntor that there has never beon un I
attempt lo censor speakers beforo
student clubs. Thu only question has
been whether Count Tolstoj wim u
rompelent or propi-r person to receive
tho hospitality of the unlveri.il,
"In verv rare rai.es," ho eibls. "In
which there Is a difference of opinion,
the university must, of eoiirxe, alitilc .
by thn Judgment and ndvl"n of its re ;
.IIDllHllilli I I'lll'l Menintlvos " 1 1
(irrniMiin 4,il, norm lo rurl.i I
'lotnl T 10,000,0011.
AM8TKUDAM. Miinh 5 (via mu- i
don) -A t'oiii.tantlniiiile ib -'iiat. h i
quotes tin" TurlUli llniin"e Mlnlri, '
lis snvlng to Hie I'm 1 1 (i i n n t Hint In.
llllvnlle.' rrom Meiiii,in in Tuikev l
AiiKtiitt v. ill lme leaiheil n lot;,! or
Mary T.Col.Jman'a Gray Hair Color
Urstoter clie original preparation lor
safely and r,uivkly restoring the natural
color to gtuv. faded and bleached hair
in a few days. Leaves the bal.' clean,
fluffy am" n.d'iral.
Free Trial Package and special
comb. Tet t on a loci; of hair. This
test wi'l prove more ttnn anything we
could i.ny in an advertisement. Write
now f nil br sure to tell the original
color befon it turned gi.iy. Was i'
bl-u i.', d.u k Ur-'ivn, rne'b' in brown or
llglubruwn' K "Bular $1 OOs'ieut yoii'
druggisfs ir I will fill your order
dreit. Clever imitators, not beian
at l In Imlll. a tlie pr'-'parsllnn Itself, lum
ci. pled our 'nlie's ulraont word lr wont
7 o be salo nml rniro, remember the omue.
MARY T. GOLDMAN
Co'Jm.n nlJ., Si. Paul, Mian.
rillliJ 10 l'.ari (1111
S3-oo Down on $50'
FREE "mass nr.D
COMPLETE FHO.M f 10 TO f&OO
Open Monday and Saturday Evenings
104 ST. I. STATION AT CORNER
i vtthr.rrr Ik fj T 1
frf ''""''i Irj W i. J
HlAROAlI DAY h'
In addition to the March events mentioned in this
advertisement hundreds of specials have been
arranged throughout the store Tor
tomorrow (BARGAIN DAY)
Remember very often the biggest economic arc to be
found among the "Not Advertised" specials.
Successfully Inaugurated In All Sections
But that was a foregone concljsion, for the values offered
arc of a character surely not expected this year, when merchandise
is scarce (importations very limited) and prices the highest quoted
in years. Specimen values arc printed here:
fiG-Hcco American I'orcclnln Dinner Set pink floral decora- $pj
ailon; special al O.OU
loi). I'leeo American rorrrlaln Dinner hcla gold lace border 1 O OK
decoration; regularly $15.05; sale
This lot includes:
Conjunction with Other Important
Special Offerings of
22lnrli l.arne Ilont Art Clnss I'anel
Domed-with 6-ln. bead frliiRc;
complete lor gas;
Tuesday's Specials in
White Goods &
lied PilloHS .100 "odd" pillows;
filled with new feathers and
covered with fancy licking;
regularly $1.25; each, (Jc
lied Sheets- standard grade of
blcuclied muslin; torn Mize $1
81x90 inches; each, ut . . 1
ItemniintH of Table Dnmuhk tiOO
remnants, 1 ' 2 to 3 yards Ioiik;
Crash Toweling - bleached and
unbleached kitchen and hand
toweling, in lengths f 10
yards; if sold hy the yard, l!ic
10 lBc; 10 yards Sj
euy Huck TohiIh linun fin
istiod cottcn; size 20x3H inches;
soft und absorbent, rugularly
aleCtt1, '' 6 for 94c
T11rl1i1.l1 Towels extra large slie;
heavy weight, hlcau-hcd, these
have Might mill .mpci feciions ;
if perfeci, wuuld sell nt A (
(111; to 7l)c; sale, each, 4t lk JC
Granulated Sugar g3c
1 intit. Id lbs
)uld at this
I Ut 11 I Alll.l
I li '.
ntu ..lis r 1'
Mill i.vv i. -ten lt.t
i It a . f f 4. , ! en Je J
Av ul' II. IMl liVK.M.
C x ,il K Jul . 1 (10.
-' 1 1 1 lc
! I ', i . ', I UlrJNw
I illvil llimki nt "')iTr(" dolil Stiunin .'(( i iiuililt ttii Sl.jll Mirth of Mtrrlianilin' in ny l)t)t.. or for
ntl'tt mi I fin I'ttHi, lie fife , .-J( tirvvn I nn.'ti .NfiinM I hiki. Int. fur I In m. Ituuhlr j-f
n'(iii.. .sififfc Stump I lurittltci. siaH ".sn'iru" f,oi Mdllln .1.,
"THE. BIG STORE;
Cut Glass Choice at 1.98
Tho Same with Three Light I'ull
; China Electric Hunter in t t 1
2:'-Inch Hexagon Diimu with skirt
o( fancy metal work; choice of
I amber, Nile or green; complete
tor gas wiih strong candle power
fincried tight outfit; $- rrtf'
at .. U.lD
Tho Hamo for Elertrlc- with three
light pull chain
Don' I Miss Tuesday's Sale or $2.00
WhiteVoileBlouses$ 1 J r
In Dainty Styles. Special at . . 1 jl
A Hare Opportunity to Supply Your Mouse Needs
for Spring and Rarly Summer al an Economy Price
. . N .!..
and Dotted White Voile.
I Ml 1 I -
The several other models in this sule urc equally good in style and value,
and are of White Voile, lace and embroidery trimmed or in combinations
Quantities and sizes being limited, none of these blouses will be sent
C. O. D. or on Approvul nor will Mail or Phono orders be filled.
We Are First to Announce
A "Victrola Club"
Tint .vl.i VT Pi"W SKlfl in fnhfiunmi firth tirtll
y T IVllWIII ill JL ll,b J .....,.. .ff w, IWI, UIIU
Feature 12 Double-Face Records (Valued), $i AA
llinse who take advantage of our "(.tub
home on our easy payment terms of
$ Down and
Ah.nluttlv no .iJvuiiiC in prue v.licn vou
have paid just the utiioiini that vou would pay orduiutily if you purchased lor tasli
No Trndlni; HlampH with Mitor" (hhuIs.
A Special Offering ot
In "Room" Lots
I ai.li including 10 rnlK ul sidi -wall,
enough tu pupur it room Me
l.nt No. I bedroom and sitting
room pupcrs, in stripes, irett line
effects and small figures; o Cf
at . . OOC
Lot No. 1! dining room, living room
and hall papers, plum oiifmc.il,
.10 inches wide; two-ioiic Mrlpcd
effects and gill papers, $ l Qf
ut . i.t)
Lot .No. .'I for all rooms, minding
grass cluih c(fei-is, blcini.d leu til
ers and upcury, i rr ff
at . 1 . I i?
Lot No. t imported LoncJ and
price with Grocery
P'll'l I AM HI I.NI) .iH
I I.I ututl i l lo ,
fci . b . 130- SI
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paj'ers , ut
Because of the inclement weather, all sales
advertised in Sunday's papers will be ex
tended for tomorrow's (Tuesday) selling.
ISIXTO ISO. STREET
t loO-l'lece American l'orcelnln Dinner
i border decoration; at. . .
1 10O-Piece American rorcelnln Dlnnrr
H and 10-Inch VaftOft
Sales in Our Store Downstairs These
Lamps and Domes
S.l'nnel l.vailnl I'rult llonler DoiueN
complete for '"G 05
Tho Same with Three I'ull Chain
Socket for Eloc- Jrr irr
Irlclly . . i.VD.
20-Inch Itrnt Panel Domes leaded
skirl, with pretty conventional ,
design; complete for $
Tho Same for Electricity- with three I ,ei
iignt pull chain socket Srr Get!
iluslcr I. JO I
All the blouses In this special
offering are from our own
Miperh. regular stocks, und
Mm have a choice of five
of the prcliicM and best selling
Mvles nIiowii tills reason
TWO AS ILl.USTKAriiD.
The price W reduced for
this ypLclul sale simply be
cause site ranges are some
what depleted In some of the
styles, but all sizes up to 40
bust measure are represented
Picture Nu. I shows lace
trimmed While Voile lilouse
willi color, front und hack of
ullover while embroidery, out
lined witli hemstitching.
Picture No. 2 a chic tail
ored blouse of Novelty Striped
and laru collar of plain while voile.
may have (hit complete, magnificent
$5 a Month
liavo limshed rasing !ur tins iiimriimeru
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'1AKI1HUHE TRUNKS -.o.e-.J
t. Iim 12 linKiS .bat
ket. t J U . ,f n. out
silk iiaiiiusk mul
J Ml' 'i' Mil,
i , 1 1
Sets conventional $1 -f p
Seta conventional 51 (r
An excellent collection of ojer
Jed dmies In new and up-to-
"es'Kns, priced very much be'
low regular in this sale.
Ked rubber soles. Juit the
thing for this weather. 500 pairs:
sizes tt to 9, Sale Tuesday at
Sale of H & f5
STHIPnn WOUSTEDS, TII1B
l;TS AND SEKGES- -and an es
pecially good showing of blues
I very pair fully guaranteed.
We insist that you bring back any
that do not give entire satisfac
tion. Men and youths of every build
will be fitted perfectly. livery
waist measure from 28 to 00 In
cluded. The sale price tomorrow $3
in many Instances averages less
than today's regular wholesale
irnulno Cowhido Traveling
IliigN walrus grain, with
strung frame and solid
brass lock und catches;
leather lined, large and
roomy; choice of sues 10,
17 und 18 inches; S
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IVAHI1HU1I1 IHlNKs ir
4i . 9 lit
$: in Cash nt H'K
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