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Evening ledgerphiladeli'iiia, Tuesday, November 10, 1014.
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U.S.
IN DIRE NEED
OF SHRAPNEL
Supply of This Country Piti
ful in Comparison With
Europe's Frankford the
Sole Manufactory.
Tho present unprcparedness of the
tJliltctl States to defend herself from land
attack by hobtllo nations, according to
military men, has pcrliaps never before,
bien better Illustrated than today, when
largo corporations, knowing this Govern
ment operates only ono plant for tlio
manufacture of shrapnel complete, are
either erecting or contemplating building
great establishments to mako artillery
ammunition.
It Is generally conceded by army ex
perts In a position to know that In Europo
at the present time any one of the great
nations nt war Is llrlng moro shrapnel In
a singles week than In manufactured by
this Government In a year. Lieutenant
Colonel George Montgomory, command
ant of the FrankfoVd Arsenal, says a re
servo storo of 10,000,000 plecos of threo
Inch shrnpnol alono, to say nothing of
other ammunition, Is needed to place our
land defenses In n position to copo with
udden emergency.
Coupled with this statement, Colonel
Montgomery reluctantly admitted It
roniiM Inltn tlin Frnnkfnlrcl Arsenal from
neven to ten years to mako that number
of mechanical fuses, to say nothing of
shrapnel cases. And the Frankford Ar
senal Is tho only Government plant mak
ing fuses.
INT UCACIES OF SHRAPNEL FUSE.
A shrapnel fuso Is nearly as Intricate as
a watch. It Is made up of a number of
brass and steel parts, which are turned
out on especially prepared machlnory.
Some o tho parts, particularly the spiral
container, each round of which holds a
lew grains of high explosive, are so care
fully made, that a deviation of 1-1000 part
of an Inch will causo a hitch in Ignition.
When complete theso fuses are Inserted
in tho forward end of a shrapnel caso
and set like tho combination otf a safe, to
net under given conditions. By manipu
lation of a graduated dlau the shell is
modo to explode at any given distance
after being fired from a field pleco.
It Is In the manufacture of theso deli
cate and deadly Instruments tho United
states falls dangerously behind other
nations.
RESERVE PITIFULLY INADEQUATE.
To army men this condition Is dis
tressing. Many of them aro unnble to
understand why tho Government has
taken no action to fortify Itself against
Invasion. They say If a foreign Power
once conquered the United States navy,
this country would bo paying Indemnity
to Its antagonist at tho expiration of one
month.
Even Congressman Michael Donohoe,
who has done much toward tho enlarge
ment of Frankford Arsenal and has
worked for an Increased appropriation to
the ond that tho plant's output may be
Increased, admits with regret the present
Inadequacy of tho Government reserve
ammunition fund. "At tho present time,"
ho said, "It would tako us years to pre
pare for a situation we should now be
ready to handle "
Congressman J. "Washington Logue also
admit!, tho War Department Is obliged to
purchaso much material needed for land
defenses from outsldo concerns, because
our own ordnance departments are not In
a position to make those supplies.
PLANS TO INCREASE PRODUCT.
This condition long realized by manu
facturing concerns backed by sufficient
capital to enable them to produce am
munition In addition to their regular com
modity, has led to considerable Inquiry
regarding tho making of shrapnel.
In one Instanca this activity has taken
a tangible foothold. The Bethlehem Steel
Company has In course of erection on a
hillside at Its Reddlngton proving ground
a department for tho manufacture of
fuses for ammunition. It Is said here
all the various types of time and de
tonating fuses will be constructed, both
for-shrapnel and shell ammunition.
It has also been rumored for some time
that the William Cramp Ship and Engine
Building Company of this city has been
contemplating a similar step, but confir
mation of this report is lacking. Other
concerns have been similarly named.
The new Bethlehem plant Is about a
half mlto west of the Lehigh Valley Rail-
roaa station, umcials of tho steel com
pany are reticent about their new venture
and the matter Is not discussed outside.
Charles M. Schwab, president of tho
company. Is In Europe. His assistant,
John D. Hagenbuch, beyond admitting
that a fuse plant is to bo built, will not
discuss the work. "It is true wa are
building such an addition to our works,"
ho said, "but I can say nothing further
about It at this time."
SCHWAB'S COMPANY INQUIRING,
It Is known, however, representatives
of tho Sohwab company have for some
time been visiting Frankford Arsenal and
familiarizing themselves with every de
tail In the manufacture qf fuses for
shrapnel. Colonel Montgomery conducted
them through the local Institution, fur
nished data, concerning machinery, work
men and output and In every way aided
the Bethlehem men in their quest in the
Interest of fuse manufacture.
I was glad to help them," said Colonel
Montgomery In discussing the matter.
The new Bethlehem plant will bo of
great assistance to this Government In
the manufacture of shrapnel needed as a
reserve supply In case of emergency. I
look upon Mr. Schwab's decision to erect
a fusa plant as one of the most patriotic
services ha could have rendered his coun-
4rif1Xhen,l?.ne establishment Is fin
ished it and the Frankford Arsenal will
U the only two places In the United
States where shrapnel is made complete.
Plenty of Urge concerns. Including Beth
lehem, make casing, at the present tlnie.
but just now our arsenal hero Is the
only place where fuses complete are
. made and assembled. It will be difficult
to estimate the value of what uslstane.
Wo6rt.?er,,raent "n Bet rom hwb
ORDERS FROM FRANKFORD.
Frankford Arsenal orders at present
considerable cases or forglngs from the
Bethlehem Steel Company. They now
have an order with that concern for
, forglngs. These will be used to
make up a portion of the requisition fn?
I3S30.000 worth of thrM-lnSh shrank
.wnlch the local Institution In a.keTto
yroduoo this year. w lo
Considerable four-Inch, shrapnel has
EWB WTLZ8 PBOBATED
Joseph C. Wits, who died raesativ i
JeKewen Hospital, dWpi ofW. isaS
admitted t probata today. Tfa, wi S
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ALLEGED AGENT
OF GOVERNMENT
CHECK SWINDLER
Detectives Seek Man Who
Pretended Detail to Build
Coast Defenses at Sea
Girt.
POINT PLEASANT, N. J.. Nov. 10.-
Tho combined efforts of two Burns' de
tectives, County Dotcctlvo William Shaf
to, tho police forces of tho Jersey coast
tonns and a number of private Individ
uals havo failed so far In the search for
Samuel Hess, a Government engineer de
tailed to do some extensive construction
work In connection with tho national
coast defenses at Sea Girt," and who In
cidentally buncoed merchants along tho
coast during tlio last few das.
"Hess," Mho Is of refined manner and
nppoarance, presented himself last Satur
day night at the office of the Van Note
Lumber Company and purchased lumber
costing about 14i0. He said tho Govern
ment had sent him to construct coast de
fenses at Sea Girt, but that tho matter
must bo kept secret. In payment for the
lumber he tendered a check for I74 86
made out to him by George Jones on tho
First National Bank of Chester, Pa , and
certified by O. II. Williams, "Cashier."
The change he placed In his pocket and
engaged accommodations at tho Marlon
Hotel.
HIS PLANS A DEEP SECRET.
Bright and early yesterday morning ho
made the acquaintance Of Frederick W.
Mnkln, a baker. Half nn hour later ho
had engaged Makln'a daughter as his
stenographer, after confiding to Makln
the secret of his mission. The girl was
warned against divulging any ofilclal
secrets.
With Makln and his stenographer Hess
went to tho Ocean County National Bank
yesterday and, under a pretext of wish
ing to make a deposit with which to
pay Incidental accounts of tho work at
Sea Girt he presented to Cashier Clarenco
Chafey two checks similar to that given
tho VanNoto Lumber Company, one for
1350 and the other for $100. In the mean
tlmo tho VanNote check had boen banked
and Mr. Chafey was not satisfied with
the nature of tho certification.
He refused to cash the $350 check with
out Indcntlficatlon of Hess, and Arthur
A. Zimmerman, former world's champion
blcyclo rider and now proprietor of tho
Marlon Hotel, was sent for. Hess asked
him to Identify him by Indorsing tho
$100. j Zimmerman did so and Chafey
gavo Zimmerman the $100. The other
check for $350 Hess left for deposit.
CHECK SPURIOUS, AGENT GONE
With Miss Makln he left the bank for
Spring Lnko wjiero he had "other busi
ness to attend to." Chafey hastened to
a telephone and was Informed by tho'
First National Bank of Chester that tho
paper was spurious. Ho then got In
touch with Prosecutor Harry Newman.
who detailed County Detectlvo Shafto
to tho case.
Beforo going to Spring Lake, Hess had
borrowed from Zimmerman a new over
coat and when tho latter hoard of tho
fraud he got Into an automobile and
trailed tho Impostor to Spring Lake. Ho
found him In the ofilco of the Lowls
Lumber Company, where he was pre
paring to purchase somo more lumber
for the coast defense at Sea Girt. Zim
merman asked for his overcoat and It
was handed to him. Ho then accused
Hess of forging the checks-.
"You talk foolish," said the man. Ho
left the office and walked down the street.
Railroad trains, bar rooms, hotels, the
ntres and everything havo been watched
for him but to no avail. Warrants are
out for his arrest, charging him with
forgery.
Zimmerman returned the $100 to tho
bank. Cashier Chafey communicated with
tho Bankers' Protective Association and
two Burns operatives wore detailed to
the case.
Hess Is about flvo feet seven Inches
tall and weighs about 200 pounds. He Is
about 55 year- old. ' v
WHITE RIBB0NERS EN ROUTE
Delegates to National Convention
Leave for Atlanta.
ATLANTA. Ga., Nov. 10. Two "White
Ribbon Specials" bearing delegates to the
Ust annual convention of the National
Women's Christian Temperance Union,
left Chicago and New York city today
for Atlanta.
It Is expected that E00 delegates from
outside the State will be here, besides a
largo number from different parts of
Georgia.
The delegation from Chicago Includes
Miss Anne Gordon, acting president;
Mrs. Frances Parks, Mrs. Elizabeth
Hutchinson; Mrs. Preston Anderson and
Mrs. Sara Hoge. With the Chicago dele
gation will travel also (from Evanston,
111., national headquarters) the editors of
the two national organs and other prom
inent officials of the headquarters' staff.
The delegation from New York city
Includes presidents of New England
States, also those of New York, New
Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, the Dis
trict of Columbia and also many national
superintendents. The convention will
cover a week, November 12-19 Inclusive.
WILSON'S COMMENT BRIEF
"Democrats Still In Control," He Says
of Recent Election.
WASHINGTON, Nov. lO.-Presldent
Wilson, In giving his first views on the
recent election today, set an example In
brevity for tha members of his Cabinet
who have talked freely lately. The
President was asked by newspaper cor
respondents If he wished to say anything
on the result.
"Isn't It very evident that the Demo
crats still are In control of the Govern
ment?" he queried In reply, with a slow
smile. a
Discussion of the election, so far as
tho White House was concerned, ended
there.
BUIAMA mCIFIC
EXPOSITION
INFORMATION FREE
AT LEDGER CENTRAL
The Travel Bureau will ttvs
you sseclal data on tha expoil.
ilon, routes with the finest
scno attractions, train schtd.
UUs and connections. Pullman
and boat accommodations even
tU you the necessary ex
pnss tor tha trip, Including
hotel rates an routs and along
coast
Call at tha
Travel Sanaa
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Special 23
rd
FERN SALE
50c & 75c Ferns 9Qp
Growing In six-Inch pots. Varie
ties aro noston, Scottl, Whlttmanll
and Adlatum.
50c & 60c Tabic
Ferns
27c
In six-Inch fern dishes.
No Plnnts Sent C. O. D.
PLANT SECTION, MAIN ARCADE
GOOD IN
ft lTf T "Vl (,
ro 1 1
A NEW SERIES TODAY
Series "3XXU" and "3XXV"
To Every Purchaser of SI or Over
Good fn Any Yellow Trading Stamp Book, No Matter How Many
Other "Extra" Stamps You May Already Have
Wc give Double Yellow Trading Stamps in the morning, thus
helping early shoppers to secure much more quickly the beautiful
and desirable premiums given in exchange.
Anniversary Special Today
$22.50 Pretty $1 A 7K
Fur Sets l-fO
Made of selected soft, silky black
Brussels lynx skins. Largo Hat
bolster muff and nnlnml offoct
neckpiece, trlmmod with mounted
head and tall Lined with silk.
SIJCOND KLOOU
-
UNDERMUSUNS
$1.50 Nainsook QQ
Gowns t2'OC
Laco, embroidery and ribbon trimmed.
$1.50 Combinations, 98c
Nainsook, mostly drawer models.
Soveral styles, trimmed with laco,
embroidery medallions nnd ribbon.
85c Nainsook Chemise, 59c
With wide embroidery beading; rib
bon run and laco edge.
$3 Messaline $f QQ
Black, chaiiBenblcs and plain col
ors; platted flounces. Some have
Dresdon flounces.
$3 Crepe Kimonos, $2
LonR Japanese crepo styles; silk bor
der. SECOND FLOOR
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
$1 "Manchester"
Shirts
Plain neprlleeo nnd plaited styles;
full laundered; attached stiff curts
and coat style. The season's lat
est patterns nnd a full raiiBo of
sizes from 14 to 17.
$1.50 "Superior"
85c
Union Suits
Of a soft-combed yarn; perfect
fitting; woven neck; lonir sleoves
and ankle length All good
sizes. A good welgnt ror im
mediate use. Slight Imperfec
tions $1.50 Outing Flannel
Pajamas, 98c
Jackets aro cut military stylo nnd
fasten with silk frogs; trousers
made oxtra full, all neat patterns.
$3.50 Blanket Bath Robes,
$2.45
Beautiful two-color combinations
In handsome figured effects. All
piped seams, rolling collar and
have the cord and tassel to match.
50c Cashmere Sox, 29c
Full regular mado, fast oolor. Dou
ble heels and toes; an Al weight
for Winter wear.
FinST FLOOR. SEVENTH AND
MARKET 8TRBET8
lnmvorarj Special Today
$1.25 Table QE
Damask, Yard..
Two yards wide. Extra heavy
Irish linen, made of pure ttax
yarns; perfect bleach; satin fin
ish; excellent assortment of pat
terns. Including stripe, conven
tional and attractive floral effects.
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
Sensational Bargains In
Beds and Furniture
Innovation
$3.50 Dining Room $0 QQ
Chair A.370
Genuine brown Spanish effect: leather
slip seat; panel back; Colonial leg; In
fumed oak or golden oak.
Arm Choir to Mutch, (5.08.
$35 Brass Bed, $26.75
Two-Inch continuous post, with twelve
two-inch nuers in neaa ana root, with
large three-Inch pane and husks;
ami or ungni munii.
BEDROOM PIECES
neanilnrlr 135 Each Piece. 310.05
Adam design In Tupelo mahogany,
atln walnut or French gray enamel.
Bed to match, In double or single
sizes. sruuivi'ti FLUUit
TOILET GOODS
$5 French Ivory $q tt(
Toilet Sets .... Cvi
Beautiful French Ivory; newest style.
Comb, brush, mirror In handsomely
lined box. Three Initials engraved
free. Choice of two style.
1J50 FH El HO II ironr QQ
CLOCKS SOC
IS OILLETTH SAFETY Q QQ
RAZORS WJ.30
39c Picture Frames, 25c
White Ivory finish.
FIRST FLOOR. SOUTH
Anniversary Special Today
Misses and Children's
Regular $3.00 to $4.00
Sample $1
Shoes .
Entire sample lino of Carlisle Shea
Co.'s finest S3 to 14 shoes In tho
fashionable leathers: soma with,
combination tops, button style.
Sizes 914 to 1; 250 pairs in lot;
while they last, Sl.oS.
FI88T FLOOR, NOHTH
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STORE OPENS 8.30 A. M. AND CLOSES
Anniversary
Marks Double Yellow Trading Stamps With Every 10c
EJShth AFTer THAT UNTIL CLOSING TIME,
ANY BOOK
VdHtLOW
TIMiM
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TBSUMIP!
Anniversary Special Today
$5.50 Velvet $0 QO
Waists mVO
In Black. Navy
Blue and Moss
Green. Stylo
Sketched.
They arc very nice
quality, bound with
silk braid, linished
with wide benga-
llno Kobesplerre
collar nnd soft
messalino or chif
fon sleeves. One
of the smartest
and dressiest
styles of tho sea-
becond Floor son.
$13.50 to $45 Sterling Silver
Mesh Bags
For $6.50 to $25
Pretty a tori I nor sllvei bags, of flno
ring mesh, every link soldered,
'frames hand-engraved In bright or
1 1 rencn gray finish.
sm.no a sis bags, jn.no
915 to 918 Vnluen, 810
918 A 920 lings, 912.50
925 A. 927 Ilngx, 91I
930 DIGS, 917.50
9U5 BAGS, 920
937X0 to 945 BAGS, 925
50c to $5 Aluminum Hair
Ornaments
25c to $2.98
Styles In hair pins, barrettes and
bandeaux In best qunllty rhino
stono In aluminum mountings.
i FIRST FLOOR. 8TH & MARKCT STS
Women's Gloves
$1 and $1.50 7C
Gloves .... Jt
One- and two-clasp kid nnd cape,
tnn nnd white.
$1.50 Kid Gloves, $1
Pique nnd French real kid, two
clasp. Black, white and colon;
also white with black or black
with white backs.
75c Chamoisctte
Mousquetalre
39c
Gloves.
16-button, In white only, washable.
FIRBT FLOOR. 8TH ST. SIDE)
Warm Bed Coverings
Specially Priced for Anniversary
oats
$10 Wool Blankets $
Pair
Fine white lambs' wool of selected
yarns, Maae on spool cotton warn
soft nnd fleecy, with pretty Jacqunrd
borders In pink and light blue. Silk
binding Size 70x80 Inches; weight,
5 pounds.
$3.50 and $4 $0 OQ
Comfortables .
White cotton filled Covered with
fine figured and Persian allkollne
and satlne In wanted lbjht and
dark colors, some figured all over,
others plain centres and floral bor
ders. Size 72x80 Inches.
$2.50 Bedspreads, $1.65
1 Some are white Marseilles with satin
finish. In various designs; hemmed;
i others are flne white crochet with
i Marseilles patterns, cut out corners
.and scalloped eage. ijoudiq oea size.
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
Sheets and Domestics
Specials
Good, serviceable vuaUttes.
85c Sheets at QQC
Of standard make of bleached muslin.
Heavy quality, round, even thread.
noted for durability, Else 11x90, with
three-Inch hems.
Pillow cases to match, else
16c
33 c
45x86 inches ,....,.,.....,,,
Bohter oases to matoh, size
42x72 Inches ,.
$1 Fancy Pillow
Cases, Pair
79
Of fine quality bleached muslin,
with a wide embroidered insertion
and two rows of hemstitching
above the hem. Size 46xl( InchW.
Comes neatly boxed for gifts.
10c Muslin, Cambric 7,,,
and Nainsook . . . .
3S Inohea wide Bleachad nn, nn-
bleaohed mulln Standard makes,
also flne white cambric and nainsook,
finished soft for underwear.
FIRST FLOOR, HQRTH
wr our siq hbstaukajvt
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wt-k aiij.
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AT B.80 P. W.
Offer 50 Yellow Trading
HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE
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mnivcrsary sate uycra
Women's & Misses' Apparel
Women's & Misses'
Many heaut fully trimmed with
nil fasten In smart. hlKh military
herffc, prahardlne, poplin nnd mixtures In creen, black and nnvv liliio
":ie.eptd0dBskOrtOat8 r hl-,0"S Jcke: ! &aBYdokftop Tml
Women's & Misses' $35 Suits
COPIES OF IMPORTED AtnnKrsi
SfltfolrtS11
Women's and Misses' $25 Coats, $15 I
f,wxM
CHINA AND CUT GLASS
40c Imported Tea OA
Pnt for r C
Brown earthenware In variety of dec
orations. $3.50 Cut Glass Pitchers, $1.98
Three-pint bIzc; floral and mltro cut
tings. .
$4 Cut Glass Vases, $2.98
Floral and mitre cuttings.
THIHD FLOOR
Underwear and Hosiery
Women's $3.00 Union $0
Suits
bllk-and-wool, with high neck, long
oiuuvus .woauy an in size 6
Women's 75c
Underwear.. .
50(
Extra heavj, fleece lined, cotton rlb-
uvu vohis, pants nnn union suits.
BOYS' UNDERWEAR
Sizes 24 to 30 Inches. 25c.
Sizes 32 to 34 inches, 20c.
Lxtra henvy, fleece lined, cotton
shirts and drawers Natural color
Women's $1 Underwear, 55c
Imported flno cotton. Swiss ribbed
vests, with high neck, long, short or
u.uuw amoves, xignts to malcli.
Women's $1
59c
Silk Stockings
Puro thread silk, have hlgh
spllccd heels, double soles and ro
Inforced garter tops Black only.
50c & 75c Leggings, 39c & 50c
Made of best-quality Jersey cloth In
oiacK oniv. Misses' & children's sizes.
FIRST FLOOR, SOUTH
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
TOMORROW
Tapestry Portieres
$5 to $6.50 Values for
$3.98 and $4.98
Handsome mercerized a r m u r e
portieres; full length and width,
beautiful colors; reversible, fin
ished with fringe, brnlded edge or
tapestry borders. THIRD FLOOR
$1.50 Hand Bags QQ
& Party Bags.. OC
Leather handbags and fancy Kcrase
party bags In newest envelope
shape, with fittings Black and
colors.
FIRST FLOOR. 8TH ST SIDE
HOUSEHOLD LINENS
20c All - Linen 1
Crash Toweling . . A tt C
Heavy absorbent quality; Barnsley
weave, all pure llnon, will not lint.
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
$2
Dinner Napkins, $1 EQ
Dozen
A J J
Extra larsro dlnnnr hIba.
Guaranteed
all pure linen, rich satin finish,
Va
riety of pretty patterns.
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
Wanted Wool Materials
$1.00 Crepe
Chine
de
59
They aro 39 Inches wide and guar
anteed all-wool.
Closely woven In pretty crepe
effect In medium weight. There's
a great variety of colors, includ
ing: Crenm, Llsht nine, Pink, M
lno. Ton. Uolden and Havana
llrown. Hose. Copenhagen, V en
code. Wistaria, Amethyst.
Delft and Ilelglan nine, Ornjr,
Cardinal, flnrnet, Toldan Tan,
Reseda. Russian Green, Mid
night Illue, finrr and Black.
$2 Black
Fabrics . .
Dfess
98i
Poplins, Cheviots
Tailor and Costume Seratea
Fancy Striped Granite Cloth
Stylish materials of unusually fine all
wool qualities; E4 Inches wide.
FIRST FLOOR, SOUTH
FLANNELS
$1.00 Embroidered
Flannel, Yard
Whlte, all wool,
A standard antl wlt.
Known maKa 1
Ith silk embroidered.
hemstltohed and scalloped edge.
oov-
10c Outing Flannel, c
Yard OC
87 Inohes wide. Medium weight; well
napped t in pink, blue and gray nar
row, wfdo and fancy stripes. For un
derskirts, night dresses, pajamas, etc
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
ECONOMIES IN COTTON DRESS GOODS
Exceedingly attractive the sorts that will be la vogue next spring;
unit
$1.00 IMPORTED DUVETYNES,
The genuine French-made goods soft, velvety and entirely different from
any other pile fabric Make up Into the smartest frooks and sports coats.
Theyr lighter than velvet, yet havo the same rich effect- Wonderful
range of rich, mellow colors, Including wistaria, ntals, old ron, mode, sea
green, pink, white, cadet; In plain and striped; JS inchas wide.
MAIN ARCADE)
$1 Brocade Silk-and-Cotton Poplins . , 4Qr
Woven of best silk and flne cotton yarns, la handsome sslf-eolared braad
figures la leaf designs. In choicest color of navy, rrosn. taunt, brown.
Copenhagen, wistaria, oream, pink, light blue and black; 16 laches wide.
75c & $1 Ratine
V5v?"4L woven, piain ana mik mixture
49 Iflihss wide.
bbst ?f Kviwvruitf o at lowbst
fcJ"l?SrM't--
i MAIL On PIIONR OntlEItS FILLED &
Pnrchase Until Noon Filbert
SINGLE STAMPS Seventh
lixe rear's Best Values in S
Of the Smartest
Style and Super
lor Quality
$22.50 Suits, $14 yg
fur Mnih
genuine fur plush or elvet,
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'9.50
SUITS
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5!5 ''",v'' Winter Overronts, 90.75.
il,L"A!'J'ACA.K' COATS AT 98JSO.
oi.LU.ND FLOOR. 7TH A. MARKET
Special Sale of
GIRLS' RAIN CAPES
AND RAIN COATS
Something thnt rerr little girl re
quires for rnlnr or nn winin.
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$3.50
Capes
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n.98
'Ono sketched Sizes
14 yenrs
or red orbluo
r ii I) li r .
Ized satlne
and poplin.
with cemont
cd scams nnd
pretty silk
plaid lined
hoods.
Girls'
Rain
Coats
In Ilomhozlur,
$2.98,
In Surah
Sllkrttrx,
$3.98,
In Ciixnlmrrc.
S4.98 32Q.u
Regular 84.50 to 87.50 alucs.
They are full length, double texture,
with utility collar, cemented scams
and perforations under arms.
Sketch shows $2.98 style
The are for girls of 6 to 14 years
and older. SECOND FLOOR
Notable Among These Exceptional
miuivcTsiiry uargan8 Are
$1.50
at . .
to $4 Corsets $
Sale on Main Arenda
3000 pairs of the smartest new models
In coutil nnd batlxtn. with hlc-h mn.
dlum, low or girdle top.
Sizes 18 to 30 Inches.
Chooae from auch famous makes
nn Warner's Runt Troof, Amer
ican Lnily, W. 11., 1 H. nnd O-Il
n la Splrlte.
$5.00 American Lady Cor- $Q
sets
i Of fancy satin atrlpo cloth medium
i bust, long over hips, abdomen nnd
, back. Model for slender and medium
figures.
$3 Warner's Rust-Proof
Corsets, $1.50
Coutll. loner aklrL two morlln m.
dlum and high bust.
85c to $1.25 Model Brassieres
and Bust Conflners
50c and 75c
Embroidery yokes, also torchon lace
effects Sizes 36 to 18
SECOND FLOOR
Anniversary Special Today
Gold-Plated $1.98 QO.
Clocks oc
Handsome clocks, 10 Inches high,
gold-plated.
FIRST FLOOR. 8TH & MARKET
UPHOLSTERY
$8.00 C e d a r $f QO
Chests -iO
Genuine red cedar, 35 Inches long, 20
Inches wide. 19 Inches high. Brass
hinges and lid Btays. Oxidized handles
and casters as shown In Illustration.
$1.50
Pair
Scrim Curtains.
89c
Voile and marquisette In white and
Arabian color, trimmed with wide
lace Insertion and plain edge. Some
lace edge. tVt yards long.
40c Drapery Madras, 25c
Fine quality, cream ground with
pretty colored figured designs. 36
Inches wide,
$6.50 Lace Cur
tains. Pair
H.98
Imported Irish Point, scroll and
figured centers, wide appllqued
borders. 3 and Hi yards long.
THIRD FLOOR
6 to
S7 ttU VtWUtnn
7 i-i v'l' "iyj
summer.
?9c
Suitings, 29c
Dreaaasa, wan
w
pbiojm wtb FLoeK
Stamps Frei
SHOES
Women's $3.50 &$OOQ
$4 Shoes ........ 17
A new shipment from a famous
Boston manufacturer. Lot Includes
the wanted leathers, with dull or
cloth tops, button, lace nnd Blu
cher cuts, Imnil-welted and flexible
sowed oak soles! hlg-h Cuban, mlll-
iB.ior mm reuuinr iieejs. uizes m
Men's $3.50 to $0 flfi
$5 Shoes A.OU
Trade-mark brands from Ilnrry
Shoo Co, Mass,; Kndlcott John
son, New York, and Howard &
Foster
Smartest button nnd DIuoher
styles In gun-metal calf, patent
coltskln, tan Russia calf and
Rlazed kldskln Sizes 6i to 10.
Shoe Bargains for the Little
Folks
From tho famous Sltibac Shoo Co,
of Chicago, 111 Handsome, well
made shoo, broad too lasts, Insur
ing comfort and proper growth,
i:ery pair guarAntoed for service!
a new pair lor any innt Mils.
Infants' $1 to $1.25 7Q
Shoes ,z,c
Mndo from tan Russia calf, white
Nu-buck, patont coltskln; hand
turnrrt soles, button style. Sizes 1
to 44
Children's $1.75 to $1 OC
Mado on foot-form Inst In patont
coltskln, tan Russia calf, dull gun
metal or whltn Nubuck: button
stjle, white oak soles, cloth nnd
dull tops Sizes C to 8.
Misses' $2.25 and
$2.50 Shoes
1.55
In patont coltskln, tan Russia calf,
dull gun-motAl, dull and cloth
tops, regular nnd the new high
cut, button otylei Sizes 1114 to 2.
Children's $2.00 to $ AC
$2.25 Shoes A .0
Pntent coltskln, tan Russia calf,
dull gun-metal, regular and new
high cut, cloth nnd dull tops; but
ton stylo Sizes S 14 to 11
Big Girls' $3 and $1 QC
$3.50 Shoes x 7
In wanted leathers; hand-welted
nnd flex.lblo sewed oak soles. New
est nnd up-to-dato styles. Sizes
2H to 6
I'UKST FLOOR, NORTH
We Trim All Hats Free of Charge
UNTRIMMED HATS
Half Price or Very Nearly
All of Winter's smartest shapes;
great, largo purchases made spe
cially for tho Anniversary Sale nnd
offering values unprecedented.
$1.50 Velvet
Hats
85'
A largo and varied vnrlety of chic
sailor shapes of flno black volvoU
$2.00 Hatters' Plush QC
Hats yOC
Hnvo velvet facing and come In nn
excellent selection of the Intest trl
corne styles.
$2 Velvet Hats
$1.19
Smart sailors
of flno black
velvet, with
soft crowns
require very
little trim
ming to com
plete a styl
ish hat.
$6 to $10 Imported Hats
at $2.45
White velvet with colored facings,
colored velvets or all-black lit tho
very smart medium, small and
largo shapes.
FIRST FLOOR. NORTH
PLUMES & FLOWERS
Splendid Savings on Winter's Most
Fashlonnble lint Trimmings.
Black & White French
Plumes
S.1 Values, 91.40 Sfl Values. S2.t)8
$4 Valurs, 91.08 98 Vuluen, 93.08
An Importer's entire surplus stock.
Beautiful quality at less than half
price
75c Silk Velvet Roses, 49c
Large size with foliage. In pink,
old rose, American Beauty, cerise,
etc FIRST TLOOR, NORTH
JEWELRY
$10 and $12 A 7C
Watches CP
American Movement,
Gold-Filled
Gold-filled case guaranteed for
twenty years; American movement
guaranteed for two years. Men's
and women's sizes. Open face,
plain polish, engine-turned and en
graved cases; screw and Jointed
backs
FIRST FLOOR. niGHTH AND
MARKET STRGET3
BOYS' CLOTHING
9S.BO TO 98.CO NORFOLK SUITS
With Extra Pair of !jo qCj
Pants JO.OU
S TO 97.50 TOP COATS, 92.45.
90.50 and 98.50 OVKHCO.VTS. 93.S0.
9S.50 (1IINCIIII.I.V OVERCOATS, 93.
Guaranteed RAINCOATS, 93.08 A 94.08,
SECOND FLOOR, 7TH & MARKET
HOUSE FURNISHINGS
92 White Knamel Medicine or 91 CO
Ilathrooin Cabinets ........ XtUV
Large size; mirror In door; Inside
compartments,
$21 No. 8 Senate $f A QO
Cook Stove J..i7Q
Full-size oven and firebox; slx-hola
top: large ashbox. Plain dressed.
Sold on Club Plan.
$1.55 Wizard Oil
Mop Outfit
79c
Includes adjustable long-handle
mop, heavily padded, full 4-ounee
bottle of Wizard Furniture Polish,
one-half pound package Wizard
Mop Cleanser and large-size chtm
tcally treated dustcloth oomplsta
outfit, 70o.
THIRD FLOOR
SPECIAL IN SUBWAY
$1.50 Values &Cfe
Like Sketch.
Smart, new
sailor shapes
In silk velvet,
with soft
crown. Tho
Cembiaa
tlon of Sjaad
colored T a
and Blank Fals
ing. Alas lp King lisorgj-aud
oalla black. BsauUfully i
aa
finished with turns .
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