Newspaper Page Text
LOOMS UP TO SMALL
"PORK BARREL" BILL
Determined Stand May Be
Made to Restore Mahy
I Items Eliminated By $33,
VMBHI-NGTON; Sopt. a.-Opposttlon
. the JIouso lo tho drastic reduction
of tlie rivers and harbors "pork barrel"
tpproprlatlon bill from o3,000,000 to $20,
000,000, ordered by the Senate, 27 to 22.
Ute last night, loomed tip today for
midably. Senator Burton, of Ohio, leader of
l,e filibuster against the "pork barrel"
mil was Riven credit for forcing the
teducllon ordered by the Senate. Bur
ton won his filibuster light. The Demo
cratic leaders In charge of the bill werS
routed, unable to noia an ucmocrals
solidly behind the bill. Fifteen Demo
crats voted with Republicans to recom
mit the bill to the Commerce Commit
tee with Instructions to reduce Its total
to $20,009,000, as predicted yesterday.
Wishes of the President for exercise of
greatest economy arc reported to have
Influenced the split In tho Democratic
Tin Commerce Committee met lo pare
the bill to $20,000,000. It carried $13,000,
100 as It passed tho House, and the Sen
ate committee added $10,000,000. Today
the committee was working to spread
cut the $10,000,000 diicctcd by the
Ssnate over the greatest number of
jrojecta. Continuing work on the Miss
issippi and Ohio Rivers will be amply
provided for, It was stated.
Whether to make the $JO,000,000 a lump
appropriation or divide It among con
tinuing projects specifically was thn
question facing tho committee today.
The reduced total means that no new
projects will be authorized.
A. light In tho House against accepting
the Senate cut to $30,000,000 was deemed
certain. Tho House may make a deter
mined stand to icstore many appropria
tions. The now reduced bill will probably bo
reported out by the Senate committee
LEAVE FOR NEW YORK
Notables to Address Five-day Con
vention, Opening' Today.
Philadelphia's representatives to the
seventh annual convention of the Atlantic
Desptr Wateiwna Association left Broad
Gtreet Station at 9:15 o'clotk this morn
ing on a spet'al train for New Tork, moie
tlnn a bundled strong. By the time the
tidln leaches N'ew YoiK It will hae
puked up nearlj 200 additional delegated
fiom Vci .Iersc cities and town.
Kou" of the five da.vs of the convention
ip t i be spent on a boat, the steamer
Berkshlie The delegates will view the
3;bt and Harlem Rhets, Now Yotk Bay
and Harbor, the Statcn Island Sound and
JUrllan Bay to Perth Amboy. X. J. They
nil! also have thice days In which to
Inspect the nrenery along the hlstoilc
ttuflson by daylight and stops will bo
W?a? at Vest Pdfot, Hudson, Newlmrsh.
3ingston. Poiiriik-tpsie, Albany and
Troy. Adrlieises will be rsada ul Albany
lij Secretary Daniels, of the Navy, and
Secrotarj Lane, of the Department of the
Interior, with the Governors and formur
Governors of a number of State3.
The firet session of tho convention is
scheduled for 2 o'clock this afternoon In
the Hotel Majestic New York, and tomor
io the delegates will board the boat for
the rest of their convention. 5Iember3
nf tin association from all "the Atlantic
coait States tk III attend.
Among the Philadclphians who left this
AND FLINN SPREADS
Bossism in Washington Party
Which Dictated Lewis'
Withdrawal Swings Inde
pendents to Brumbaugh.
Opposition vto the Ftlnn-Van Vallten
burg "bossism" In tho Washington party,
and, particularly to the arrangement
whereby William Draper Lewis was pre
vailed upon to withdraw from the
Gubernatorial race In favor of Vatico C.
McCormlelc. the Demociallc candidate,
continues to giow through the city nnd
The th vV'aid Washington Party Com
mittee In this city, meeting at 2S23 Frank-
ford avenue, last night denounced the '
withdrawal of .Mr. Lewis, repudiated the
Washington party and leoiganlzcd Itself
Inlo the Progressive Republican League.
Following this action Dr. Mai tin G.
Brumbaugh was indorsed as their candi
date for Goernor
In Montgomery County C. Tjaon Kialz,
the only delegate to the Antl-3aloon
League Convention at Hairlsburg last
week who openly opposed the Indorse
ment of Mr. McCormlck by the conven
tion, Is urging his political fi lends to le
volt against the leadership of Flinn and
Van Valkenburg. In an open letter ses
tet day to William Flinn. E. A. Van
Valkenburg, Glfford Plnchot and Wil
liam Draper Lewis, Mr. Kiatz charges
them with being the worst enemies
Colonel Roosevelt has In Pennsylvania.
Mr. Kratz, who In 1012, as a delegate
to the Chicago Republican Convention,
battled for Roosevelt, declared that
Colonel Roosevelt will come Into PcntiBM
vanla this fall to fly In the face of SO
per cent, of his own fi lends In order
to support a Demociatlc candidate for
Governor. Mr. Kratz also speaks in
high praise of Dr. Brumbaugh.
In thn Western end of the State ptoml
nent Washington paity men are fnst
rallying to this support of n. Tl, Qua,
who last week openly denounced the deals
of the Kllnn-Von Valkenburg "machine."
Chailca ICerlcr, editor of the Blalrsvllle
(Pa.) Couriei, one of the main Progressive
standby for Roosevelt In 1912, in a two
column editorial yesterdaj urges Pro
gressives to desert the Washington party
"bosses" and vote tho Republican ticket.
II I) W. English, of Pittsbuigh, one
of ih SI ito lenders In 1012, who returned
from Europe Sunday, Is expected lo take
a stand with Mr. Qua.v vlthin a day oi
w' ??-- v rm-nwMt,&msmm??"T rmmam
QBtuvm s I "fcT 'b""'a -T irr-'iSX. 'iKXl Sif JB5A rT'W(mWI
v 4 " y&uistnM rtwc i - ' u-s. a u ia-w-r . xjvi x tv v x i ijj... u . wrcr''. ; fw vjs.j i
" w " . n r j .r - i.,a. .i " . n rt rvx. t ' h ssk m -- - i N r ,ihi ,i-m . s. iiwai, rtr a- 1 - r. .-nsHrAT . v .. i. '
S v O w""Co r' ij. ? -V-v PK gT"'-'
Y allied -Tr-ymtm "- ---"" i ')
1 V GERMAN Q I i- , I
OFFICER GIVES HIMSELF UP
AFTER SHOOTING TRAIN RIDER
Mftn Tails With Bullet In Hip During
After voluntarily surrendering to the
Police Department, Special Offlcer Michael
Curson. living at 2241 Fast Clearfield
Btreet, employed by tho Reading Railway
Company, was hold In J16C0 ball at tho
Belgrade and Clearfield streets police sta
tion this morning by Magistrate Camp
boll to await the recovery of James Mc-
Glnlpv, 29 years old, of 29 East May-
field street, from a revolver snoi in ino
On the night of September 17, McGlnley
and a companion, Raymond Sieger, of 3ryl
15ast Thompson street, wore sighted In
I the Allegheny avenue yards of the rall
I road riding the bumpers of a fnst freight
, train loaded with valuable freight hilled
, for New York city Corson, who waa
accompanied by Speelal Ofllcer Slcer,
were watching this train, which had been
subject to hoboes and thieving train
riders, who stole thousands of dollars of
aluable freight Tho officers called on
the pair lo surrender.
McGinley and Sieger lumped, and a
chase through the vards began, the flee-
I ing mpn separating and going In opposite
directions. Cut son and McGlnley strug
gled among a lot of boxes, and In the
. melee McGlnley fpll with a bullet fiom
t'urson 3 revolver lodged In his hip. At
the hearing Curson ehaiged the revolver
was aceldetitallt discharged and alleged
that MrGlnl'-y attacked him with a
Tho hgnting on tne Atsne, consisting of the greatest artillery duel. the World has ever seen, with fierce hand-to-hand contests, continues, and
the Allies are apparently slowly making their turning movement around the German right, Von Kluk's, from Noyon and Lassigny. They also have
advanced over the Aisnc in the corner where it joins the Oise. In the centre toward Craonne, and north of Rheims, the fighting from intrenchments is of
the most severe character. Eastward slight changes have occurred in the Argonne, over a wide range of mountain and wooded country, but the relative
positions are not much altered after an eight days' battle, though the general belief is the Germans, tliough claiming success for their offensive movement,
are really retiring, except possibly on their left, near Verdun. .
COLLEGE HEAD HONORED
SOUTH ORANGE, X. J , Sept 22. Tim
I Vetv Rv. Mons James F Mooney,
1). D., president of Seton Hall College,
was tendered a suiprl3o dinner at noon
esteiday In honor of the 23th nnnl-
I versary of his ordination to the prlcst-
hood. The faculty and several hundred
I students of the Institution presented tits
I priest with an elb following the dinner.
FROM VERA CRUZ
France Lays Claim to a Por
tion of Customs Receipts to
Satisfy Loan to the Huerta
.vi'iiim oi'i:i s,:;o a. si. ami t i.osir.s t n-m i si.
n wi.oii piiom: oh units pii.i.ud ;
PALMER AN M'CORMICK
IN SCHUYLKILL COUNTY
liffnni S Vfar
TV S lUrvey
Mr ami Mrn VS.
.otin A I.ebeiton
W p Anrlrrsnn
Harry tl Mmundi
.A r ElMnton
d n nsrtitt
B II Ulllngten
MI11 Dorothy Ed
munds ' W HrlnS.tr
.'lenb L Tyson
MU, fa-Hp Smith
Mrs N7 man
Mrs C E Hiansrd
C. A. Raldl. 1r.
Misj Rote Ilaldl
n C Halllncr
tlobert T. Col ton
Ur and Mrs John H.
.lames H. i"lS,!ly
Georco T. Gwllllnm
fifnrse fthuster, ,
Mr .i-xl Mia. John U
Howard n. I"rei' h
.lames J McXall
William J Dradley
Ilald P !.
Frank Iv JCeH
Large Audiences Hear Democratic
Candidates in Anthracite Beglon.
POTTSVILT.B. Ta.. Sept. 22.-Enthu-siastlc
receptions were given the Demo
cratic State candidates, who swept
through Schuylkill County toda.i. Chap
eroned by Congressman R. C Lee, who
came home from Washington for tho
purpose, nnd the county executive offi
cials, the Itinerary was taken up at Ash
land, speeches bring made nt that town,
Girardvlllo and Shenandoah during the
morning hours. At roon the State can
didates addressed a large assemblage of
mlneis and working people In general at
Tills afternoon was occupied with mass
meetings at Trackvllle, St. Clair. Schuyl
kill Haven, Orwlghburg and Mlnersville.
The Schuylkill trip will conclude at
I'OiUville tonight with a mass-meeting
at tho Academy of Music, which will
open what will prove one of the hottest
campaigns of years.
Congressman A. Mitchell Palmer and
Vance McCoimick will discusB Stite is
sues. Judge H. O. Bechtel, picsident of
the Schu-ll.lll County Couits, will preside.
LARGE VOTE ON PROHIBITION
l!r and Mrs. Mur- rharles F.imar Smith
doik Kendrlck r. N. I Ian Is
sirs Charles M. Wts. Mr. and Mrs. A. II
wllUam S Wood-Bar! Lido C. Ileynolds
Kooert I. Sharptrd John Jacobv
Hnard J Saner lames n Hnnner
' rd Mrs Kdward Thomas nllri
' I. Durnell
K V nro n
William E. Bernard
.lames J. Ityan
.1. Hamoton Moore
Mlsa Carrie Mcndln-
P. F. Snil'h
F M !)' nlrm
r TV. Summerneld
C W. Youni
JERSEY'S HOT PRIMARY FIGHT
Gov. Fielder's Supremacy Disputed
in Hudson Contest In Atlantic.
TRENTON", Sept 22,-New Jersey today
Is deciding a primary election devoid of
contests for State-wide olllces, but full
of local nghU which have engrossed the
attention of live peopVe during the last
The two chief battlegrounds In these
eontests ate Hudson County, where a
Wtter battle for the supremacy of the
democratic party is in progress, with
Governor Kidder's followers arrayed on
ene side and those of Naval Officer Witt
Bfnn on the other; and In the Second
J ongreesional District, where a hot fight
is on for the Itepubllcan nomination, and
!S w. h "8 Plrant-Emerson Richards,
of Atlantic City-some days ago took le
course to the courts to prevent an oppo
oi( Ifaac Bacharach, also of Atlantic
liiehT j"! hav,nB '! name on the ballot,
"lehards lost the contest.
BOBIB JOINS ItEOHOANIZERS
former "Old Guard" Aunroves Can
didacies of Palmer and McCsrmlck.
the "ifle.i.' .E- K Bo,,ie' we" k'"n ln
re easl "ctlon ot the citj. Is a
SSS? irf ?Kerl f ,h "organization cie-
"av mo",D"nocraUc pa"y- Jle "
ii Brr.l? known hls Political standing
laz nt iif VceoIutlon at a point meet
crltl eT,? . Twenty-thlrd Ward Dmo
wird ,Sn,Ci', Cnd ,he members of the
lWe """? "aPP-ovlng of the State
teunuuvi fi, h! ".ididdcl.s of Jlep-
eniuve A. Mitrh I I),l. rii..,
Oom'Vr" and VanCe McC"mlck
w'o?eeno,til,,J?t6? ncw al'Snm.nt Is the
beer? ar0,tW,ortl'y e he had fo.meil
I . T. -"""lu muu l
" mt Democratic city
Beautiful "Weather Bring Many
the Polls in Virginia.
niCllMOND. Va., Sept. 22 A beautiful
fall day, also "summer' hot. today
brought out an unusually heavy vote In
the special election on Stale-wide prohi
bition for the Old Dominion.
Both "wets" and "drys" were claiming
victory, but the blight da was generally
believed to favor the white ribbon forces
b developing an unusually heavy coun
try vote of farmers.
Rousing campaigns, participated in by
nutlonal temperance workers, closed In
all parts of tho State last night. The
"dr.vs" today claimed victory by about
10 CC0 majority, while these favoting con
tinuance of local option claimed the
State by 20.000
All saloons wete closed toda. Voting
began before 6 a. m., and the polls te
main open until 6 pm.
COLONEL OFF TO NEBRASKA
Will Pleach Progressive Doctrine
Tonight in "V7. J. Bryan's Home City.
KNS.S CITV, Mo, Sept 2.'. -After
calling upon the voters of Kansas and
Missouri to stand by the Progressive
ticket In the fall election. Colonel Theo
dore rtoosevelt left hero for Lincoln, Xeb
whete lib will speak tonight. Owing to
the advice of physicians not to put too
much strain on his voice If lie wished
to preserve it in good condition for the
remainder of his trip, It is not llkel that
the Colonel will speak en route to tho
home city of William Jennings Rrjan.
"If ou conscientiously believe in the
principles of either of the old patties I
do not expect ou to vote the Progressive
ticket," tairt Colonel Roosevelt in his mes
sage to the voters of Kansas and Mis
sturi, "but If you believe In the doctrines
of the Progressive party 1 shall expect
jou to vote according to the dictates of
your conscience "
PINCHOT NOT JtEADY TO QUIT
WASHINGTON", Sept. 22. Repiesenta
tions made by the Trench Government
regarding customs collections made by
General Funston at Vera Cruz, It was
learned today, ate postponing Ameilcan
evncuatlon of the Mexlcou port. Until
the financial tangle Is untavelled Funston
will not move his tioops.
Part of tho collections aie claimed by
French flnpnciers as security for a loan
to the Huerta government. That these
claims should be satisfied by Funston out
of Mexican funds he has collected, with
out bMng paid to a constitutionalist rep
tosontative, is the contention of the
Officials today disclaimed knowledge,
and scoffed at repotts of a Villa "up
rising" In Sonora. All consular advices,
It vas stated, point to complete harmony
between Villa and Carranza. It was
pointed out that Villa personally tele
graphed such assurances to President
Wilson only a few days ago. It was also
pointed out that the succession of tumors
of trouble between Villa and Carranza
originated at El Paso, whero a Hucrtlsta
iiinfn Is nnd has been In opetation. Sec
retary of State Bryan recently issued a
public warning against placing credence
In the El Paso reports.
MEXICO CUT, Sept. ..-Plans ate
being completed today for a monster te
ceptlon to be tendered to General Villa
when he enters the city on Thursday
with 80 of his delegates, who will sit In
tho convention that will choose a Pro
One hundred and thirtv million dollats
in new Constitutionalist currency was put
into circulation today.
VERA CRUZ, Sept. 22. night hundred
Mexican refugees sailed for the United
States today on the steamship Mexico,
Seven bundled sailed yesterday, includ
ing Theodore Dehcsa, Governor of Vera
Cruz, and Eduardo Tamatls, ex-Mlnlster
of Agriculture. ,
The exodus is caused by the fear that
after the American troops are vvlth-
1 aravvn uenerat Aguitar wm aimmpi
reprisals upon the supporteis ot former
Ingrain silk liavo high spllred heels,
double soles, toinfotced gat ler tops. All
silk-lined tops, othern have cotton soles
and tops. Come in bl.iok and all tho
popul.it' shndPM the black, white,
smoke; In extia as well n3 tegular
sizes. FIRST FLOOR, SOUTH
HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE
Market Eighth Filbert Seventh
Help furnish your home with some
of the many attractive things you
can get with filled books of
It's far better merchandise than
other trading stamps secure.
Washington Party Leaders Fear His
Withdrawal Might Anger Roosevelt.
Despite continue-J rumors that Glfford
Plnchot may be expected to withdraw
In favor of Congressman A Mitchell
Palmer In order to unite opposition to
Senator Penrose, A. Nevin Detrich,
Washington Party State Chairman, and
W'illlam Flinn, Washington Party leader
ln Pittsburgh, united yesterday n de
daring that Mr. Plnchot would not
Following a Washington Party con
ference in Pittsburgh yesterday air.
Flinn eald that Mr Plnchot was the
only man who could get his own name
oft the ticket, and this must te done
within a gtven time. It Is also argued
that if Mr Plnchot would withdraw
Colonel Roosevelt might not be willing
to come Into Pennsylvania to take the
ktump for the lection of two Democrats.
ITALIAN VOTERS ENLISTED
TO END AGAINST PENROSE
League Adopts Resolution to Oppose
Despite the threats nf the Republican
Organization leaders of South Philadel
phia to break up a meeting of the Italian
Political League, which was held last
nlcht at 721 Carpenter street, several hun
dred Italians attended the meetlngand
ndopted a resolution, unanimously pledg
ing themselves to work nnd fight to the
end against the re-election of Senator
Joseph Petslchetti, chaiiman of the
league, presided over tho meeting and
urgently pleaded for the elimination of
Penroseism and Varelsm. Upon his sug
gestion a tesolutlon was carried to the
effect that no parties be indorsed until
the next meeting, which will take place
B. M Maiello urged that oteis unite In
full foice for good' government. Other
spe.ikeis were Joseph Tumollli. Thomas
S. Russo and Henry dl Berarbinl.
ASKS PALMER TO RETIRE
Washington Party Committee Wants
Only One Antl-Penrose Candidate.
The 2Uh Ward Washington party nm
mlttee has adopted resolutions calling
upon Congressman A Mitchell Palmer to
letlie as a candidate for the United States
Senate and commending William Draper
I-nwis for letiring The committee also
hts indorsed Vance C McCormlck as Its
nominee for Governor
This action was taken last night at the
opening of the new headquarters at 40th
street and Lancaster avenue The city
committee was requested to ask all ward
committees to join In a petition to Mr.
Palmer to withdraw so that the anil.
Penrose vote may unite on one Senatorial
candidate. T. Henry Walnut was in
dorsed for re-election to the Legislature.
Dr. C. B. Baker presided.
0 , :?
4 TRST O 4 1, C
s and Misses Autumn suits
$18.50 Values, $0.50
S27.50 Values, $20 -j
Two Fine Special Lois Replete IVilh New and immrl Style Tendencies one of Each q
The Suits at $12.50
Are of cheviot in newest Fall
shades with velvet trimmed 45-inch
coats of the new Redingotc effect,
lined to waist with guaranteed
satin ; skii ts in one of the prettiest
The .Suits at:
aie medium-weight serge, gabardine and cheviot, in Hunter's green, dark
brown, navy blue, the new Holland blue and black.
Show extreme English cut-away or flaring-skirted Russian coats. Some
are trimmed with silk braids, velvet bands, cord ornaments, fur cloth
collars and euflfs. The skirts show new side plaited or yoke top effects.
HkV I k 1 ' B T 11'
sses iNewAutufflu lontoaisi
$16.50 Values, $12.98 $25 Values, $S8.50
Af 17 08 cheviots, kersey and other fashion
AL (Pli.yO able coating1?, showing the new box-
plaited backs, plush trimmings or vel
vet collar and broad revers. Coine in blue, brown,
gray, green and oxford many are lined to waist
kL CIO CA Theie arc seve
Al OiO.tiu pebble cheviots and Scotch Mixtures of
" rich colorings. Ripple back and redin-
gote fashions, many richly trimmed with fur cloth or
plush and lined to waist with guaranteed satin.
LUtU-lllilllV tlllS Illltl IN WillSL IIIIII Jfllfl 1111111 111 V.ill.M. XVILII 'Jliill itIILUUll MiLL.111.
with yarn dyed satin.
ftrfr-ArM FritAfi0jATrtjtnA.rHrV fataafefaaiBk&agrsfrftsty-r
i !. i a -
Handsome Beaded Tunics
$12 to $35 Values at
$7.98 to $18
Special for the Opening Display and
These arc all imported tunics, ex
quisitely paillettcd in white, crystal, sil
ver and pastel sequins, on white or
The latest pointed, straight and coatee
Exactly one hundred hardly
any two alike
You could choobc nothing more fash
ionable or more beautiful for the new
evening gown. This special lot saves
you from one-third to one-half on the
price. One sketched.
Charm and Variety Reign in Our Millinery !
j Here are hats so totally difierent that you would hardly believe
the same workroom had produced them all.
Huge sailors and little toques, with binli In mm man or flat ornamen
tations are sqth in hnoiirtinl profusion.
Sketch shows one of the manj erj new and smart tricorn
turbans, with an ostrich poinpnn trimming. Tinted plumes
of delicate pinks, greens and amber arc salient note of the
handsomer millinery. But thcii
to view the whole collcctio) ii like turning tne leaves ot an intcres'-
Something new on every side! Always fashions that are orig
inal and appealing. This applies to all our hats, from the costliest
down to those in our
Famous $4.98, $5.98, $6.98
and $7.98 Displays
We are also specialists in mourning hats, millinery for elderly women, younir
folks' hats and bonnets, at medium prices.
I'M t " t
-- .- , itt -. -
t.l I . . i
$1000 FIRE CAUSED BY HATS
A fire of unknown orUin caused con
siderable daniane to ait empty house. 3200
South Eleenth street The house was
a two-story frame dwelling- owned by
lr G B. Sllfer, 1707 Rltner stieet Pass
ersby saw the names and smoke coming
from an uppei window Rats are rup
posed to have enawed At matches. The
toss is estimated at flQOv.
W A ISTS!
$3 Groups at . .
SKETCH SCMIVJ ONE OF EACH
l'lnln, smnri Style fur Prnetlral Wear) Vlu a Aery
lleaullful, )rrij Kaxhlou,
Cui ' A " French oile with French heading
win- i-v seams, bioad plaited panels, nt lish
Hariris icillai and cuff!, of coraallne.
fnf P l'lne silk shadow lace over while
"w 1'iiina siiu itae pieu taffet
"collar and curfs
New Pussy Willow Taf
feta Waists, Special
hlte and dcllcale nlnlj tint
charmiiiR auiplU'e effe t nh henisnu lied folds
tin new lout; sleet f! arid a pietl, soft i oil collar
l.oolv exteediiiKh daiutv and tlnr
Sale of Never break $i C
. . w. w,w ........ w,
U'itliout a doubt the best medium
priced xiardrobc trunk on the market.
Made of three-ply eneer, reinforced with brass
plated steel clamps and lined with cloth. Thiec
deep drawers and hangers to accommodate ten to
e uant you to become a attainted it it,
!EE Sewing Machine
Just the Shoes You Want
Here at Gratifying- Price-Economies
liver t wen i -live now models In patent lolibkin. sun-metal calf and
glazed Kldskln Sires 2'j to 7 widtua to E
I oi vei jrt.io.io are in use in ihe United Stales,
.n r eJ. V'0" a,P ln use '" Philadelphia and vi
J",ab " CU5,oraei ls delighted with her
Guaranteed for Life Insured for
exclule features ball-beauns
Women's "Lit Brothers' Special" Shoes, do cf I M
Ucautirully made shoes er dress hi appearaiue. and u)OeUU I I'
they'll sae you at least a dullui M"-' w t;
Big Girls' 3 and $3.50 Sample Shoes, $1.65
Wanted leathers, hand-welted soles Mostly all sizes 2,3 to 6.
Men's "Lenards" at $3 "Stratfords" at 54
Popular leathers in laie
t in r.,
Fin&T FLOOR, NOIITH
I t .
I I "". 1 was is estimated at flMiv. V
BHBBBMBBJlaiHMLmMMJ-asp-asjMjg , . .. V- " JJag..-T-jt-l"lss':. .isBflBl
button and RluUie- Sues o, to tl. widths
Das It is to your interest to
I CI see "Wc Free" demon-
Wool' atn,ed before pur-
IT CCfV chasing a sewing ma
hh-Vademachme "bUt "aU "" ou "ou.d'pay fo, a other
A Small Sum Will Send One Home
Our Remington Sewing Machine at t 1 A QC
Is fullv equal to othei JiO machines it 1m the i,r PT'si70
alue e Know qf at this small price
50e a Week Will Pay For It
THIRD FLOOR, EIGHTH STRKET S1DK
:1.1 OIK 111G HUSl'AVUAM-llEST OF UU1UTHI.G AT LOWEST I'lUCUS-FIFTH lff.in.fi a