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EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1915.
IVef) " stock.
S3S.000.00 FOR SALE
' . -in he ttom 12 to '
VoMftinrbl Phtli-lelphla rl estate
CSS1 t of Ihel? Investment. Serious
fawr. MO LEDGER CENTOAI.
0 JEN AGAIN
L Fathers Disregard Voters'
iLion on Loan in Holding
ELicHs' Flnnnco Committee, by
Ktdy to report back tho ,
Mart n , , . nliVertB n
IS calling " M "' advertising of
fltfloa calling to fl0Rt ,h0
IV-v MCOO.000 transit lonn, after
fiMlrllN h' resolution hrtd been prop
erly Introduced In Common
council by John P. Connelly,
i... acnln nsstlincd control of
S-y the transit situation.
IN .-mmlttce. which for more than a
'twM it . tho ordinance providing
S1" t election to vote on tno tran
fLT tnd which reported a ''mibsU
?J finance only after a popular up
"' threatened, la again In a po
I1?' to delay transit progress Indell-
!! ,,,, iin Finance Committee-
'J Director Taylor's roriueat that
ed wire""' .,
5 director said today, s proof that
6 obstructionists in Counc Is are again
v ?3U.t : -i.i inri ro nf flclav and ob-
t.!Z In order to prevent a beginning
Jffll correction work until 1916
Reaction of the Finance Commit
? a certain delay of two weeks,
this delay "lay be extended In
tuit .,B.U ,1 - .!, mmlll fnllx
Sneort back tho advertising resolution.
iffi Se ordinance iloatlng tho $G,0M.-
M transit loan tumw ,....-... ,
ul tho advertising period has elapsed.
"....r . ii.n mlviTtlHlnc ordinance
liinlay would havo meant that tho
?.. . .h. frnnnlt lnnn could have
ken authorised at tho meeting on Juno
iMembers of tho Flnanco Committee to-
Mrdeciinea iu uiat-u ..,...m. ... --...,
r and would give no hint of their at
!?'!. .nnr.i Monrlnir Ihn obstructions
h!ch tand In tho way of actual transit
conjunction. , . ,
iTha final pnssagn yesterday of the coun
,.'..i ii, nt S1.32S.000 offectuallv nre-
Stats tho floating of tho JG.000,000 transit
UtO On tno Oasis 01 reuny uBt:Biiii;ain.
tin loan will now nave 10 do noiuea upon
toth tho realty and personal property ob-
Administration leaacrs say uiey are
ticked by a court dcclBlon In floating tho
f-.. ... .Iia Mrtnnnl npftnoflv tnv linala
I On tho other hand, several members of
,)! Finance committee openiy question
aelr position and declare that tho con
RlW.tonnllty of floating tho loan on this
Vuls should be tested.
KB. R. SENT WEAPONS
0)W. Creighton Admits Com
pany "Prepared" With Re
LVolvers and Clubs.
WASinNGTON. Jlay 7. That tho
iJtnnsHvanla Railroad Company shipped
molrtrs Into Altoona during the etrlke
Of, Ull, and manufactured clubs nt Us
ibopj there to arm railroad police was
wanted today by Q. W. Creighton, gen
Wl superintendent, before tha Inrtimtrlnl
Belatlons Commission. to
Mr recollection is that wo secured
jjwpons for use In tho strike from tho
hi6 Bcni at i-niiaueipnia, -wno
lps weapons stored In times of peaco
Kixat wnen needed," Creighton said.
H denied that tho company had any-
tlut to dO With (tin n.oannlt mnln V.i.
0)MUbIo Luther on Labor Organizer
yuumer and that offlcers of his com-
B1BT huH nM xrn..AH it ,.. .
"""J District Attorney had been
!--. iu release i,uiner,
lUmmlosIoner Qarretson questioned
VTClEDtOn Ahniif Ia.ad 1.- . A ... .
!to iif AUoona churches, asking them
Sortt "m'"b ,;Z!"V "t"".. to
ku i iT- ;: , '. """ t"t mis action
S.6 TL1 Hf.y ot Protecting tho
ttTo.dn.y.OU f5Bl.der lt rlnt " tho I-
ittutfBiir..; u ln,,ue"ceU tlio pastors
lSU.!?,th,e men to strike?" the com-
f&rirhr.n .u.j ...
(notfavo4rth.s."mt natUrnUy he
5thwi!!,K,hBut. tha a,reets wera
lKJb.fLi?w.h,ch cnrrled BVy
felisv": ' ?re8hon said. "I told
- .." uaL WH flTTITIll' tn l.n..A ...I
ilTiJf "6 d.W not appreciate tho
he ih0..i,i ,uation nnd x enld t0 him
4. the crowf60"10 nrrests and
IWrnreiXyd' . My nppeal ,0 the
K " ot ta leading citizens."
&JW0TON NOT ALARMED
VER MISSING DRUG CLERK
j? Iugh at Story "Dope" Fiends
IKSSKs Ea Ufty 7.-Wllmlg.
alJfeSte lolvS !h'?ak,nK ""y 'twnuous
iBlLuLr. ,olve the mvsterv nt i,. ji.
J?l thit h. ,"; h ls no reason
f duil" D9 met With fnui ninv h.
t'.WSUl'l0. P?U wv they
1 W awav nn al ? raety de
mrfi!r."wy nnd went.
uoan rip.. .
and is n. . ,rnarea h police,
n m:' apponea to
!M)TW thri... .port. that na was
Mcr ''!?? ,a laughed at hnih h,
-T- XI1B rnn4 il -
N4 n ?".ac,t. as he had n.
tV orSfJ?vthd? " 5wt
r"0"!! ha 7u J'fX Preparation to
iuv-I tna did not ten hi. .i.n
ft1!? VdJfi e "!?". He
It" 'ormor mVT. or tne army
b ob1j JWgr think, that he
Sji M " army or naw.
r, u,rM ?n'h 'or col.
!UtoLi' ',;ow' fo know how
Ut," coI,. flexible, com.
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i Nephme Laundry
.! ColiawbU Ave.
TRADING STAMP HOLDERS
STILL SWARM TO STORES
Police Control Those Who Still Fear
Loss of Premiums.
Three days of successful though pre.
carious redeeming by 100,000 or more own
ers of trading stamps has not yet con
vinced tho remaining patrons that there
is rp need for hurrying, nnd good-sized
crowds vcro waiting for the opening of
tho Crown (red) store, 1007-1003 Arch
street, nnd the Philadelphia Yellow Trad
ing Stamp Company, 728 Market street,
when tho doors wero opened this morn
ing Police aro on guard before tho first
arrivals, however, and tho early callers
are marshaled Into llnea outside both
establishments beforo thoy have a chance
to cluster before tho doors. Four hun
dred dollnra' worth of Btnanhcd plato glass
Is about tho most serious dnmago tho
trading stamp owners havo Inflicted dur
ing tho three-day run on both establish
ments, if tho brulied feet and Injured
feelings of those who took part nro ex
cepted. Both tho Crown and tho Yellow pre
mium storos havo been equipped to meet
nnv emergency rush that n recurrence
of tho panic may bring. After boarding
across the remaining plate glass windows
In both stores, carpcnltrs have set to
work Inside at fencing off tho premiums
nnd tho girls that dispense them, rino
counters, breast high, lino both wnlls In
the Crown store. U eh I ml them nro the
IDEAL WOMAN AND
MAN FOUND AT LAST
They Arrive Tonight and Will
Appear in Beautiful Pageant.
But Read This.
At last! The Ideal man and tho Ideal
unman have been found. Perhaps the
woman should bo mentioned first. Both
nro anions tho fnlrcst of their sex. They
will arrive In Philadelphia tomorrow
What a reception they will receive!
More than 15,000 persons will be on hand
to wolcomo them. To those who havo an
eo for beauty and a BOmowhnt susccptl
blo heart (tho Ideal man and woman aro
both single) but listen!
The Ideal woman ls a raro vision of
beauty. She disdains tho latest style of
coiffure and dress. Her garments, lt Is
true, would havo touched ttfo opplo of
Paris' eye. They nro soft, thin and flowy
nnd yet most artistic In their simple graco.
Her hair flows to tho breezes, and golden
sandals adorn her shapely feet.
But why keop you In suspense? Sho Is
Miss Josephine Doran, nnd the Ideal man
is C. Ileginald Oates. They will make
their appearance In tho "Romanco of
Work," tho huge dancing pageant which
will be presented nt Convention Hall to
morrow night under tho auspices of tho
Philadelphia Vacation Commltteo.
v More than CuO society and working girls
nnd a few men will tako part. Indians,
"Ttrdcoats," Colonial army soldiers, beaux,
belles, pickaninnies, even suffragists, all
are represented In tho largo cast. Tho
pageant piomlies to surpass anything of
tho kind seen in this city In years.
Tho pageant Includes flvo episodes, each
picturing some distinctive period In tho
history of woman's labors and each fol
lowed by a sjmbollo dance depleting tho
spirit of the episode. Tho pagennt opens
with an Indian scene nnd fire danco; then
comes the Colonial household and minuet;
a plantation scene with a war dance; a
mod"rn Industilal period with tho dance
of steam, and ilnally the 'Tuture," which
Includes the dimco of happiness and in
cidentally tho ideal man and woman.
Those who represent tho "Ideals" for
tho future are Charlotte Bauer, Jcnnlo
Cowan, Mury Cowan, Lydla Gib'son, Mrs.
Glnurd, Ilvelyn Hamcrton, Marlon Jowett,
IMnrv McTngut, Florence Mlxsell, Edna
Mlxsell, May Moore, Tay Ormlston, Mar
garet Ormlston, Maud Orlmston, Ella Pat
ton, Idelo V. Itossman, Sophio Schwnb,
Lillian Schwab, Mario F Schmidt, Martha
Schubert. Ida. Smith, Matilda M. Trenk
pohl, Julia Williamson, Rebecca Wilkin
son and M. D. Klrkpalrlck.
MOTHER SHOWS HOW CHILD
OUTWEIGHS WEALTH LURE
Woman Explains Why Baby Is Above
Just how it seems to a family in humble
circumstances to be offered a fortune for
their only baby was told today by Mrs.
Howard Gray, of Roaring Springs, near
Wllllamsport, Pa., to whom John F.
Mock, of 49th and Walnut streots, Charles
Schwab's wealthy brother-in-law, was
willing to pay J100.000 if he could adopt
her 2',5-year-old daughter, Vivian Jane
"Wo wouldn't think of parting with her
for any amount or money, no matter how
great," said the baby's mother, who ex
plained In the next sentence that only
two months ago their home at Roaring
Branch was destroyed by fire and that
they lost everything they had except the
clothing they wore.
"I don't think Mr, Mock realized what
It would have meant to us to have given
him our baby, our only child, but 1 felt
sorry for him wlien he went away," she
continued. "He seemed almost heart
broken. He is a good man and meant all
right, but, of course, we couldn't sell our
child. No real mother or father would.
"Vivian cared for Mr. Mock almost as
much as he cared for her. She called htm
'Uncle John" and was never tired of talk
ing about him. He was with her almost
constantly while he was stopping in
Roaring Branch. When he made his offer
I thought he wus Joking, but he quickly
convinced me that he meant It."
The baby's mother Is 20 years old. The
Grays were marrled four years ago.
Howard Gray Is a telegraph operator em
ployed by the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Cheater Starts for New York
The scout cruiser Chester, under the
command of Captain Schofleld, left
League Island at 9 o'clock this morning
for New York, where she will take part
In the naval review on May 18. Tha
Chester carries a crew of too officers and
men. On May 28 or the vessel will
sail for the Mediterranean to relieve the
armored cruiser North Carolina In pro
tecting American Interests. ,
58 YEUIIS IN TB FX.OOH BUSINESS
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KILLS RIVAL, WOUNDS
GIRL AND ENDS LIFE
Machinist Shoots Bartender, In
jures Woman and Then Com
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa., May 7. Lester
Poust, 23 yeare old, a railroad machinist
employed by tho Now York Central at
tho Avis shops, shot and fatally wounded
Charles Holes, 28 years old, a bartender
at tho New Crawford Hotel, Jersey Shore,
and probably fatally wounded Cecilia
Sowers, 23 years old, when he found them
together In a house on South Main street,
Jersey Shoro, early this morning. Ho
then shot hlmsolf through tho mouth,
dying almost Instantly.
Holes died on the operating tabic In the
Jersey Shoro Hospital an hour after tho
shooting. Tho girl Is now In tho hospital,
but surgeona ray thero ls little chanco
of her iccovery.
Tho shooting occurred In the apart
ments of Mrs. Roso Roterlng. Poust
gained entrance to tho building by mount
ing a ladder to tho second Hour and
climbing through an open window. Holes
and the girl were lying on a couch, while
Mrs. Roterlng nnd Mrse. Rose Naval, a
boarder, wero asleep In nn adjoining
room. Creeping to the sklo of the couch
whoro the man nnd woman wre lying,
Poust sent a bullet from a .32-callbro re
volver Into tho man's hend, then shot
tho woman, tho bullet entering her right
eye nnd penetrating tho brain. Mrs.
Roterlng and Mrs. Naval, awakened by
tho shots, reached tho room Just in tlmo
to fcco Poust fnll to tho floor dead with a
bullet through tho roof of his mouth
Both Holes and Poust were married,
but the latter had parted from his wife,
who lives with her two-year-old son nt
Satavcrtown. Holes lled In Jersey Shoro
with his wle nnd two children, ono 4, tho
other 2 years old.
Miss Sowers, whose parents live In this
city, had been employed ns a dining room
girl at the Gamblo House, one of the
leading hostclrlcs of Jersey Shore Since
his separation from his wlfo Poust had
frequently been In her company nnd
seemed to be infatuated with her. Friends
say that a few days ago he heard rumors
that Holes and the girl had been seen,
together. It was also said that the girl
had declared sho would have nothing
more to do with Poust
According to the story told by Mrs.
Rotering, the girl came to her house early
last evening and was Joined about mid
night by Holes. It is believed that Poust
nan wntched the movements of the two
and deliberately made his plans to kill
them. The ladder, which ho used to
mount to the second story of tho build
ing, had been carried from a 'barn a half
Dr. William E Delaney, coroner, and
County Detective Tepel conducted nn In
quest this afternoon.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
Harry W Dnsch. 40CO N. Cth t and Mabel
E Prill, Sfl7 (Montana et.
George airlrUto, 100.1 N. 4th ot., and Elisabeth
lCrcnero, Claymont, Del.
JoMph O. Msnclll, Media, Pa., and Fannto
Diiba. Media. I'd,
Waller R. Slaxwell, 42 TV. Duval at., and
Blanche L. ticag, 31 E. School lane,
rnncla C. Bhfehan, SJ33 B lPth at., and Kath-
erlne V. McLnuihlln, 2iU7 8 18th st
Samuel Craig;, 1103 N. (Slat St., and Katie A.
Klnnard. 014 N. 38th at.
Yan Urban. 21111 itadleon st., and Jullja. Fain.
Sliib EdKcmont t.
Uflseph Kiln, 2010 Madison at., and Barbara
Stopara, 2160 Wei st.
Joseph Topole-vskl. 2351 E. ironmouth at., and
. V w,vnw v aicticr mi,
Wo-lest Borkowjkf, 4033 Salmon at, and Erne
lift Sl!xWBka. 2fM Plum nt.
Antony Mowakoskl, 4310H Mercer at., and
Uehnllna Mekaowkka. 43lOU Jll.ro.- at
Bruce Morgan, 4 Oil Ludlow et., and Mabel
I rfllftMn.,,, UIUH
TJakftr. West Cheater, Pa.
ITaaquala Olllbertl. 1337 a Alder at., and
Christiana, Duccella, 1004 Ellsworth at,
WUItam C Balby. 4140 Parkalde are., and
Mary McClure,lHO I'arkslds ave.
John, Hudson, 3TIJ3 Walnut at., and Carolina
Smith, 4M2 Walnut st.
Henry T. JJn'rlckson, Brooklyn, N, Y., and
Ueatrica Markua, 3002 Ruth at.
Michael Vtlnonla, 604 (Nectarine St., and Em
ilia, Urtclana, 0 N. Percy at.
Roses (all colors) $1,00 per doz.
Sweet Peas 60c. 7Ec, tl.OO bunch
Assorted Carnations 31,00 per doz.
Th Sign of tSt Kof
The Best That Can Be Laid
When you build or remodel, remember to
include Plnkerton hardwood floors. Specify
l'lukerton'a to your architect or builder and
get a floor that Is far more beautiful and
lasting than carpenters can put down. Only
the finest, best-seasoned hardwoods and ex
pert workmanship go Into Plnkerton floors.
and then, too. you can select from e, wide
variety of beautiful designs and moderate
prices. Phone or write for
PJfone Diamond 85
THE "LACED-UP-THE-BACK-GIRL" IS HERE
Hy courtesy ot Olmbcl Brothers,
EVERYTHING IS LACED,
AND ALL UP THE BACK
Hooks and Eyes and Button
holes Are Superseded by
Jacob's Ladder Effect.
Cynics who nod their heads deprocat
Innly and wonder what "they will icnr
next" havo a new treat In store for them.
Dnmo Fashion him issued a "laced-up-thc-back
mandate. Frocks will be laced
up tho back, shoes ditto, hats ditto and
Tho elusive hook and eye, which lM3
Imperiled the soul of many a good hus
band, will give way to the Intricate lacea
and "Hook mo up, John, dear" will bo
replaced by "Laco mo up tho back, pet,
nnd havo a. heart that you don't skip
From the lop of her head to tho tip of
her heels, milady, who ls In good style,
wll bo laced up tho back. Beginning nt
tho crown of hor hat, tho ribbon stream
ers aro laced down over tho brim. Where
theso end, more lacing starts nt the neck
of the frock, the adjoining sides of which
aro buttonholed nnd held together with
taffeta ribbons, tho snmo arrangement
being strung through the cuffs from wilst
to elbow The shoes fustcned In the rear
with little t.issUa walng In tho brcczo
complete the ensemble and make the back
ot milady rcsemhlo nothing so much as
a Jacob's ladder.
Feminine faddists, however, who greeted
tho new costume with Joyful emotions,
admit that It has ono serious disadvan
tage. It requires either a lady's maid or
a clf-sncrlflclng husband. No woman,
even though sho be as elnsttc as a boa
constrictor, could ever wriggle Into tho
new frock without ulterior aid Never
theless, nothing is Impossible, and nt the
shop where these frocks were on view
lt is said that the entire shipment of
them was disposed of In ono day.
WOMAN FOUND IN PARK
Young Prisoner, Intoxicated, Picked
Up Unconscious by Guard.
A young woman found unconscious on
tho East River Drive, below tho Girard
avenuo bridge, by Park Guard Cole, early
today, was unable to explain to the police
when sho recovered what happened to her,
Sho was revived nt the German Hospital,
where physicians said sho was suffering
Tho woman Is Hazel D. Gafo, ot 1134
Callow'hill street She told the police she
left ono of the Itlver Drive Inns lato last
night after a party In hor own automobile,
telling the chauffeur to drive to her home,
Sho had $24 &0 In her pocketbook at the
time, but when sho was found today sho
had but ) cents. Tho woman will be
nrrntgncd before Magistrate Boyle this
afternoon nt his offlco, 40th street and
They stay fresh and new
and lively because they
are cured by a different
process, without leaving
free sulphur to sap their
strength and cause decay.
A few months decorating the
side or back is nothing to
Empire REDS; they are as
tough and strong as when first
made. Clear saving for you.
See them at your dealer's.
"Iflf RED, W, an EMPIRE"
EMPIRE RUBBER & TIRE CO.
Philadelphia Branch I
322 North Broad Street
IuUjt aaj Ibau Otfkei TRINTOH, H. J.
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HOUSES GREAT THRONG
Biggest Crowd of the Paterson
Campaign Waiting to Hear
Bua Staff Correspondent
PATEHSON, N. J., May 7. The biggest
throng of "Billy" Sunday's campaign to
day Is crowding tho tabernacle waiting
patiently for the evangelist to open up
on tho sins ot society In his famous ser
Hundreds nro In the city from New
York, Jersey City, Newark and other
largo cities within striking distance of
rntcrson. Society women from Montclalr
nnd tho Oranges nro hero, prepared, lt
is said, to hit tho trait when "Billy"
calls It Is understood that 100 of the
best-known women In tho East will pro
fess conversion at tho tabernacle. They
wanted to do so at the Wells' homo In
Montclalr nnd tho Watts Cooke homo
here, but "Billy," Instead of giving tho
invitation, begged the elite to come to
the tnbcrnaclo nnd there set tho less for
tunate members of society nn example.
"Billy" went down Into tho mill ccctlon
this morning nnd went through tho two
most modern silk mills In Paterson. Tho
operatives bending over their looms
tccognlzcd him and gnvo him a hnlf
heartcd cher. Ilo hasn't won tho notic
ing people of Paterson, nnd he's got only
two more weeks In which to do so. It
was his llrst visit to tho mills.
SUNDAY EXCURSION, MAY 16
Speelal Train leaves nroat! Street Htntlon
7 VH. West Philadelphia T 47,. North
Philadelphia 7 57A Hemming, leare
New ork. PennahAala Htattoa and
Hudson 1 ermlnsl 9 0015
U United State Warships, 18 Submarine,
la New York Harbor open totbltorson
aHH Round Trip
MAY 3 to 8
For a Spioand-Span Philadelphia
Pearl Borax Soap
shonld be used to wash all
are to be put away tor tne
because it will keep them sweet
and the article washed
will not turn yellow.
Soapt of Merit
DIED BY OWN MISTAKE
Reading Engineer Held Dtamclesa for
Tho engineer of the train that crashed
Into tho automobile of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Philip Mercer Mnloney, of this city and
Blue Bell, and killed both last Wednes
day morning at Mount Pleasant cross
ing has been exonerated by Coroner
Grant M. McClnthery, of Montgomery
County, Tho Coroner holds the Phila
delphia and Beading Railway Company
blameless on the ground that the crossing
was adequately guarded by automatic
These decisions were arrived at through
the testimony of Mrs. Ida M. Stratton,
who lives within a few yards of the
crossing Sho said tho Malonny car
stopped on tho northbound track, and Mr,
Maloney was vainly trying to start tho
machine when the locomotive crashed
Into it. The bodies ot Mr. and Mrs. Ma
loney havo been taken to tho family
country placo on Sklppark turnpike, near
Itluo Bell, from nn undertaking establish
ment at Ambler.
many term them, but
everyone who tries them
calls them "simply deli
cious!" A wide variety of
elegantly flavored centers,
coated with a high grade
31c lb. And this is only one
of several delightful spe
cials for this week.
think of luscious dates,
think of extra fine marsh
mallow then think of the
two combined well, that's
this delightful candy mor
sel, and only 29c lb.
Chocolate Covered Pea
nut Wafers. You know
what a good crisp peanut
wafer is. These are more
than that, for they are
covered with a delicious
chocolate. 21c lb.
Marshmallow Fudge. Some
thing wonderfully luscious
about this marshmallow
fudge combination a big
worth at 27c lb.
Assorted Hard Candy
an unusually good week
end candy for all the fam
ily. 23c lb.
Pcconut, 5c pkjr.
Chocolate Covered Nuts,50c lb.
Special Dollar Box, 2A lbs.
net, of delicious chocolates.
Mrs. Lee's C n r n m e 1 s and
Homc-mndc Toffee, each 40c lb.
Assorted Salted Nuts, 80c lb.
Stick Candy, 10c and 25c jar
Crystallized Ginger, 40c lb.
fresh every day
Apple Pics, with crumbly
crusts, 30c each
Scotch Short Bread, 13c cake
Oaten Fruit Cookies, 20c lb.
Nut Cakes, 22c each
Berwick Sponge Cakes, 10c ca.
Home-made Crullers. 15c doz.
Pulled Bread, 15c 'Mb.; 25c
,-lb.; 50c lb.
Thos. Martindale & Co.
tOth 8c Market
Esnl!llieil In 1800
Oell Phonea rilliert 2870, Filbert 2S71
Keyatone ltnc 800, Hnce B01
s . I ZttJ -.AiwiYA
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Coat cut on slim lines with
room Jn body and shoulder
blades; generous soft-rolling
lapols. Vcat. nve buttons and
soft-roll collar. Trousers nar
row in thighs and legs. Ono
of our youthful Models for Men.
"N. B. T."
c Busy Men
It's just like this You
can get a so-called work
of art for a dollar, or
You may pay a fortune
for a masterpiece in mar
ble: It depends on your
pocket and your point of
By the same token, you
can get "Suits" in many
places for prices like ours,
You may discriminate
and choose your store for
Reliability and Service;
your Suit for the ease and
comfort of its fit; the
smartness of its style.
Again All depending
on your point of view.
And if you're lucky
enough to come to
Perry's, the correctness of
said point of view is as
sured, while the Suit will
cost you only $15, 18, $20
16th & Chetnvt