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Meat, Butter, Eggs and Pota
toes Fall In Markets Butter
Off ix Cents
MARKETS VERY UNCERTAIN
. . t m ,, J t1 "ft . . !! L mTiII r I II - ' ( I 11 , M I II I 'I J Ml ,1- i , I I
Reduction In the price not oniy of
meat, but of other staple food nrtlclc,
hns been bo decided nnd so unvarying
since the beglnnloR of the month thnt
It appears as though living wre going
io do something like eomtortalile.
nig reductions In the prices of but
ter, flour nnd potatoes were made jester,
day by n chain of stores. Butter Is sell
ing six cents n pound less than nt the
beginning of the month, nnd there has
been a decline in the price of eggs vary
ing from two to four cents a dozen In
the same period.
On Juno IT a certain brand of butter
was offered at sixty-six cents, a pound.
On Juno 5 and 1) it uns selling for
sixty-five cents: June 12, sixty-three,
and yesterday the price was sixty cents.
Another brand which was sclHus nt
sixty-three cents a pound on June "
hns steadily declined until yesterday It
was advertised nt fifty-seven cents.
Eggs which at the beginning of the
month cost fifty-live cents dropped to
' fifty on June 0, nnd were offered yes
terday at fifty-four, showing n blight
stiffening during the Inst few days, but
failing to regain the former high lcel
Another brand of eggs offered in sotrie
t stores has declined steadily from hfty
one cents nt the first of the month to
forty-nine cents jostordny.
A decided dron in flour became evident
yesterday, wheu n twelve-pound bug
which a short time ago bold at from
eight-nine to ninety cents was offered
'nt seventyjninc cents. New potatoes
which had become a familiar article nt
thirty cents a quarter peck dropped
to seventeen cents.
Whether the decline would continue
or whether there Will be n stiffening
of the market no one would venture to
say. The unusual ilrdtf seems to have
been the working out of large forces
i throughout the country, whose results
nnd the causes of whose operations could
not be accurately determined or fore-keen.
.- LISTING ALL RADICALS
Police Lining Up "Red" Element to
Keep Check on Movements
This city is one of thc'iinportant links
In an Interwoven municipal defence
against radicalism which William J.
Klynn, head of the Bureau of Investiga
tion of the Department of Justice, Is
The city radical detection force un
der Lieutenant Andy Kinauuel is mak
ing a census of the radicals now in Phil
adelphia, and from time to time these
men and women will be checked up. J
in wis manner trie nutiiormcs nt nil
times will have a roster of persons who
might be concerned In bomb outrages.
Whenever such person is put under
arrest for a serious offense the full Bcr
tlllon description nnd any other im
.portnnt data possible to get will be for
warded to the other cities in the radical
''chain. In this mnnner It Is hoped to
connect the suspects with other cases,
and If one prosecution fails another
Maurice R. Spciser, assistant district
attorney, was the Philadelphia lawyer
to whom Charles Itecht, attorney for
the New York "Hods," who came here
to defend Chester radicals, npplicd for
an introduction to Chester officials, it
has been learned. Mr. Speiscr says
Recht came to him with a formal letter
of introduction from a friend in New
York and that he merely did introduce
him as ay ait of courtesy.
BRIDGE PLANS, PLEASE
Building of Span to Camden Believed
Assured $2,000,000 on Hand
Samuel French, lcc chairman of the
New Jersey Interstnto Bridge and Tuu
nelCommission, Is pleased with the
definite Information from Harrlsburg
that plnns hnvo been perfected that will
ennblo work on the Delaware river
bridge to be started during the present
Two million dollnrs Is already on
hand for tho project for the next two
years, and tho building nf the bridge
now seems to bo nn actuality.
Mr, French said "It will be neces
sary, of course, to work out n tre
mendous mass of detail nnd to get the
prcllmlnnry business Into shape, for It
Is a tremendous undertaking. Invohliig
many intricate problems of 'engineering
skill and experience. Tho bnst possible
engineers in the'eonntry will bo secured
nnd necessary steps taken to assure the
best possible results in the quickest pos
' We in New Jersey all feel that in
tho ultimate consummation of the plnns
lor mo uriugo too much credit cannot
bo glen United States Senator Walter
13. Kdgo, who, as governor, Jid 6o much
to plnco tho project upon a practicable
TO COT LUG COSTS
Six Men Seloctod to Bring
Farmer in Direct Touch With
M'LAUGHLIN IS CHAIRMAN
OPPOSE OFT DRINK TAX
LDrugglsts Will Attempt to Brlno
Prices of Sodas Down
While the price of linr.il drinks Is
going up, the- Pennsylvania druggist
will endeavor to bring the price of soft
drinks down. According to the phar
macists, the so-called luxury tax on ice
crenni nnd soda fountain drinks is un
falr in view of the approaching dry
season. A igorous protest ngniust the
tax will be lodged nt the nnmml ron
mention o the druggists nt Buenn Vistn
Springs, Pa., on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday of next week.
A protest will also be entered ngainst
tho granting of patents for chemical
substances to ihventors of foreign na
tions at tho expeuso of loea( inventors
Mnjor Smith hns nppointed n
lommlsslon of six members to devise
menus to reduce the high cost of thing
by bringing the furmcr Into more direct
contact with the consuming public.
The men named to study this ques
tion nre Joseph S. MncLnughlln, ill
rector of supplies ; W. V. TherkiliNon,
seed expert; T. (Vrwin HtnrKc'A. presi
dent of the Hustleton egrtnble Grow
ers' Association ; George T, Sale, real
estnte operator, nnd Yj. S. Armstrong
nnd K T. Butterworth. commission
merchants This is the same cominitttc
which several months ngo nnde n re
porf to the Mayor on the subject of
retail food markets, and the data gicn
him by them was submitted to Councils.
Councils finnnce committee acting
upon lite recommendation on Wednesday
nuthorird the appointment of this com
mission. Tlie Major then made use of
the body nlrendv Informally nppointed
bv him. He said he would gii them a
"free hand" in studying the question,
nnd that nuj action to be taken by him
on municipal markets or nnv other phase,
of the food question would be based en-'
tircly on tho advice of this commis
sion. "Whether permanent or lempornry
markets nro to be established or whnt
eer is to bo done," Fnld the Mnjor,
"will depend upon these men, In Whose
nbllity I hne complete confidence. 1
did not appoint them so thnt I could
tell them whnt to do. I want them to
tell mo-what1 to do.
"I took this action with the sole
mow of reducing the cost of food for
the people of Philadelphia. I had nl
a.s hoped to accomplish this, and if
it cunnot be done in my administration,
1 hope mj successor will be nblc to do
"At present the municipality hns no
oloo In the marketing question, n
problem which is ltal to every mnn,
woman and child.
Sues When Paint Kills Cow
Dojlestnwn, Pa., Jutis 20. Charles
II. llendlty. a KnlMngton farmer, has
sued Prrtl II. Kunhl, a contractor, to
recover S1.10 ihinnges foi a cow which
llrndlej snjsdled from poisoning roused
by licking the fresh paint off tnlllwork
for the Pnllsington school, left by the
defendant in the pasture adjoining the
CHURCHES TO PROBE
Commission of tho Protestant
Bodies Organizes Campaign.
Will Start Work Next Week
An instigation of the industrial sit
uation In this country will be made by
a commission of prominent churchmen,
representing nil the Pro'estant bodies,
under the auspices of the Pedcral Coun
cil of the Churches of Christ In Amer
ica The commission orgnrifrcd for work
In New York last week.
The Itev. Dr. Satmiel Znne Batten,
head nf the Baptist Commission on So
i In' 54crire. will tnko an actlvo part
in the linesligntion
"Tim commission will examine Into
the question of wages an J the causes
of Industrial unrcH and social discon
tent," Doctor Batten snld jesterdny.
In August Doctor Batten will go to
Tendon with n committee of sixty church
leaders of tho United States nnd Canada
to study the Industrial situation iu nog
land. The Americans, will nttend tho World
Conference on Brotherhood which will
he held in London early in September
The question of Innd tenure In this
lotinlrj will be studied by the Baptist
Commission on Social Service.
"We appear to be confronted by land
monopol." Doctor Batten said. "There
is n tendency on the part of big in
cstors to buy up large trncts of land
nnd Mul-P7o out the small farmer. This
nieans the building up of n sjstcir of
MERIDEN PLANT EXTENDS
Addition to Laundry and Safety Pin
Merlden, Conn., June 20. Th Itemo
Manufacturing Company, whoso pro
duct is laundry pins and safety pins,
hns just completed an addition to its
As soon as new machinery Is in
stalled, tho force of cmplojcs will ''b
increased to nbout seventy-five, r
nearly double the present force.
Mormons to Be Protected
Juarez, June 'JO Following nn nfll
cinl protest bj American Consul Dow to
Gencrnl Oonrnles in the name of the
Amerlcnn State Depnittnent, ngainst the
lack of military protection being- fill
nlshcd Americans nnd tlicir propcrti
in the north. General Go:i7nles nn
nounced he had ordered n column f
rn airy to C.isns Grandes, near he
A Nutritious Diet for All Ages
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
&W ! ffi ;
M.MW I Ji4
1 f&llH tJriVKl'HM II Ik-SP
Tn .i,..tAlrl .MMMnn V..,t1, !f.
surely be interested in any means! ":J
Hardwood floors are more easily and'y
Hardwood floors are more easily and ,
more tnoroughly cleanable than
others. For your wife's sake you
should give us an opportunity tci
give you an estimate. You, will be
under no obligation whatever,. Our
SANI-TITE brand is making a great
reputation for itself.
Avoid Imitations and Substitutes 3034 West York St. SJJTSKft
A short poui-rp In Keif -Confidence Self
DMelopment, Public Speak Inir n cinders'
tlans, Monday and Thnrsda enlnc opens
Juno 30 Adancd clim Tuesday nnd Trl
day pvenlnsrs. npn July 1st Uoth nexa.
Opnlnc Iprturp at R P M fr" to nubile.
ChII write nr phone Hpruce 321 S for In
mpcc rni i T?rT? 1730
iicri vvi-j-jvjL. rursTViTTRT.
' AllVERTISKMKNT ATVKRTI.KMKT
jsTom: orK.VH daily 0 a. n. and n.osns at 5 v. m.J
Smaii. f. 1'honp Titnr.iis j-ji.iki:
The cut featured above shows 1C32 Chestnut Street, the retail
shop of H. D. Dougherty & Co., Inc., prominent makeis of "Faultless
Bedding" nnd "Faultless English Down Furniture," whose cxtensivo
plant at 17th and Indiana Avenue, equippedswith tho most modern and
scientific machinery, turns out products kriown and appicciated the
world over Founded in 1885, by H. D. Dougherty, the business undei
his capable and inspired direction increased so rapidly that it outgrew
several factories before the building of the present one. Through all
tho years Mr. Dougherty has given" his best to his work, and the
foundation of his success has been tho standard "Faultless" which he
adopted: "Faultless Bedding," and faultless upright and honorable
TO DISCUSS LEAGUE
Bar Association to Meet at Bedford
Springs Next Week
The league of nations, military tri
bunals of justice, enemy-property prob
lems and many other topics will be dis
cussed at the twentv-fifth nnnual meet
ing of the Pennsjhnnia Bar Associa
tion, which will be held at Bedford
Springs next ucck.
The first meeting will be on Tucsdny
morning and the sessions will end with
s, a, banquet on Thursday night. Lieu
tenant Colonel Samuel T. Ansell, for
merly brigadier general nnd acting judge
advocate of the United States army,
will rend a paper on Thursday morning
on "The AdinUtratlun of Military
Justice." Attorney General A. Mitchell
Palmer will di&cuss "Enemy Property
In the United States" at the Wednesday
night session, nnd former Senator Al
bert .T. Bevcridge, of Indiana, will speak
on "Nation or League" on Tuesday
'Massachusetts Senate Ratifies
Boston, June 20. The State Senate
by a vote of 84 to 5 esterday adopted
' resolutions ratifying the federal women
suffrage, amendment. The House has
not yet acted upon the resolutions.
5-passenger touring; newly refin
ished; fine condition; $350.
LEXINGTON MOTOR CO.
SSI N. Broad Street
TPHE best cooking In
' ' the Unftfd States Is
here. But' don't cat too
much especially In hot
weather. Seems odd,
doesn't it, for a place
that sells food asking you
not to buy too much of
It? But itV sound busi
ness. If you safe too
much and die then we
lost- a customer. Tf you
eat moderately you'll
lire longer and come here
GCTje &t. 3J antes
Walnut at 13th Street
IF. B. Jahnfon, Manager
O NOT imagine because the H.'
D. Dougherty Co., 1632 Chest
nut Street, specializes in
"Faultless Bedding" that there is
nothing elso to be bought in this
shop. Besides making extraordinarily
well-constructed and comfortable
hair mattresses and box springs,
they also turn out the most luxurious
English Down Furniture, stuffed
with fluffy down instead of hair.
Then there are mahogany, or painted
bedsteads and day-beds, in great
varieties to match any scheme of
decoration. Wheel chairs and other
contrivances for invalids. The softest
and coziest blankets, -and comforts,
covered with beautiful silks, satins or
chintzes. Counterpanes, and dreams
of lamps and lamp shades, and a very
large Baby Department, where any
thing that is needed in baby furni
ture may be found.
WANDER through the Summer
Ru" Department of Fritz &
La Rue, 1124 Chestnut Street,
before you purchase elsewhere, and
see tho variety they have gathered.
TVio nrettiest colors and designs
imaginable, in cotton, fiber, grass
and linen. Yes, Linen Rugs, though
you would never guess it if you were
not tOia. Xnej UIU UAHCiucipr uu-
rable, come in ten different solid col
ors, (grays, fclues; black, browns, tans,
old rtse). can be made any length,
and any width up to 12 ft., and nro
itirfinpHve nnd cool in appearance.
Tho very opposite of these plain,
quiet rugs are the "Rairibow Rugs,"
in which tho prismatic hues have
been blended as cleverly as wnen
Nature herself paints the sky with
this difference, that in the man-made
"Rainbows," there is a choice of pre
. -rV.v.nT.TJSK to sav that coinc-
J away time is also packing
x away time for solid silver, few
.immnn enrinrr to bother with it in
1 summer homes, where doors and win
dows stand open nignt anu aay. 10
replace it they get riaiea ware, noi
trashy, inartistic stuff, but beautiful,
refined sets from Bailey, Banks &
Biddle Co., every piece of the finest
and heaviest quality plate, which will
last years, and done in many famous
patterns. Forks, knives, and spoons
for daily use may have been bought
already, cut more are uozona ui
I-larger pieces in.Sheffield plate, which
can bo added to, the collection, or
I given as prencuis. " ""i .
platters, irays, fruit bowls, com-
potierS, puuuillB, uoimi;"a "'
planked shad dishes, nnd vegetable
dishes whose covers may be converted
into an extra dish.
PLUMS, peaches, apricots, canta
loupes and cherries are some of
theluscious early summer fruits
now to bo had at Henry R. HalloweH
ASon's.Broad beldw Chestnut Street.
Tho Plums, just arriving from Cali
fornia, are the red variety, sweet and
Juicy. Georgia Peaches continue im
proving, nnd the delightful "Hiley
Belle,"t.he first white freestone peach
of the Beason, has appeared. Tho
California Apricots need no introduc
tion, being tho same as those carried
other years; the very finest. The
famous Imperial Valley Cantaloupes
always run true to their reputation
for delicious flavor, and the handsome
mammoth Bing and Royal Anne Cali
fornia Cherries never fail to attract.
Need any ono want for fruits when
theno can be delivered, or shipped
anywhere by Parcel Post, special de-
THE man who is seeking new ex
perience and sensations.andwho
has never worn a Genuine Palm
Beach Suit, had better join the great
army of the sunely dressed the next
warm day, and see what a distinct
and pleasant surprise awaits him
when he dons one of these clever
summer suits. Instead of feeling
aono out and irritable, a positive
feeling of exhilaration and content
ment will pervade his system, for to
slip into a light, cool, comfortable
Palm Beach Suit, especially if he has
always worn woolen garments in hot
weather, will immediately change his
outlook on life. And no end of these
tropical-weight Coat - and - Trouscr
Suits of Ealm Beach Plntfe R,..
Worsteds, Bre'eze-weve, erpore, Mo-1
nan, uim .Liinen, are oeing sold at
Jacob Reed's Sons, 1424-26 Chestnut
PRESERVING and canning time
has come around once more, and
all tho valuable lessons learned
when war made food preservation
imperative, will again be put into
practice. More than one household
discovered the economy of putting up
men own iruns ana vegetables, and
are returning to the TTnun Rimi.1,.
ins Store of J. Franklin Miller, 1012
Chestnut Street, for their equipment
Everything needed is there; Canners,
roundvor oblonir. holdiner seven Inra.
wide-mouth jars, with glass or zinc
tops; Duplex Forks, for lifting jars
iium nui. wau-r; jar vvrencnes; Jar
Racks, which fit the bottom nf n n.
tainer or ordinary wnsbhnilpr. itm
Pack Preservers, and last, but bv no
means leasi, exceptionally good Rub
ber Jar Rings, which do' not 'ernnl.
nor break, and will stand hours of
ALK about crowds! Really, an
anuini is a vacant Jot com
pared to Onnenheim. Cnllfm.
& Co., 12th and Chestnut Streets,
last Tuesday. The women fairl
swarmed over the shop; all the old
customers who had been eagerly
waiting for their re-opening, anil
hosts-of new ones who had been nt.
tracted by tho advertised sale, wem
.there, taking advantage of trie un
usual opportunity 01 securing some
thing for next to nothinir Did I
squeeze in? You may be sure I did.
ana enmo away laaeneu with pack
aces, but not before I had clrcum
navigated the place, and observed
one more evidence of the loyalty to
uppcnneim, 00111ns a uo. that U
that all of the former employes were
back at their accustomed posts,
cheerfully greeting old patrons, none
navmg oeen iurea nway 10 other
N THE piers at the seashore,
ana at tne parKs in the sub
urbs, it is tho concerts that at
tract the people, many of whom have
gone miles to hear good music, pa
tiently submitting to being jostled
and elbowed by promiscuous crowds,
when, if they had a New Edison
Phonograph nt home, they "could com
fortably hear tho same selections
played, or sung, even better, by art
ists of international fame, for theso
remarkable instruments (sold by N.
Stetson & Co., 1111 Chestnut Street),
with their marvelous tone-producing
mechanism, nctually re-create the
"divine spark," which differentiates
tho genius trom -tne ordinary being,
The discs, too, being capable of con.
taining long compositions, admit of
perfect re-creations of forms of class
ical music not; attempted on many
The Attention of All Vacationists Is Called to the
of Saving Opportunities Listed Below!
THE NEW JULY
Ilenr them, placcl In our botimlproof
rooms, A fnoillo Is
The HojhI nRiilioiMl. bv $ 1 ."JS
locker rMneo Orchestra... A
Popular Mickey Records
Kery talKfnir marhin,. ni,Br uimuM
Mlikfi SliTlln Trio nnd Mlrkv
JWcdler, Prince's Oichestra. OC!
(Columbia) . . OO
Bllrkey nnd KNur,,, Smith's Off
ureliestra (Vktor) .. OU
o Trndtng- slump J'IKTII FLOOH
Mail Orders Filled HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE Phone Order. Filled
ONE YELLOW TRADING STAMP WITH
EVERY 10c PURCHASE ALL DAY
'22.50 Couch I $1f 4
Hammock i 10
Outtnti filled mattress covered with
lieuvy khaki rnntss, adjustable cushion
t irk. Kiiiirnnteed spring Chain hung.
o moil itr 'photic order filled.
I At Itrothern THIRD FLOOR
Telling Briefly of the Rcniarknbh Achievements of
Our He cord I!rcakin June Sale of
Men's Cool Summer Clothes
Immense Vnrictj of Stjlcs : Tailored Superbly : Sae Fne to Eight
Dollnrs on Any Suit You Huy
Men's Genuine Palm Beach
Authentic 6tvles with new broad
I should?) , waist seam, slashed pockets,!
''"'"""? snug sleeves with bell cuffs.
'Also dignified conservatise s
( models. All tailored in a J
shape-retaining way Twelve j
! excellent Summer patterns, j
I and the natural color. !
Men's High-Grade Mohair
Suits, 510, $15, $18 & $20
Dark dignified patterns a.
generous collection. All sizes,
$30, $35, $40, $15 & $60
Associating the liest of woolens
and finest workmanship with
Boys' $3 & $3.50 $ 1 J C
Junior Norfolk, Middj, Olner
Twist and Billy Bov Styles. In!
jblue, blown and striped galatea,!
ght anil dark shades in chonj-
jray. percale, madras, po
and Peggy cloth, also linen:
! tan, white and blu
I to 0.
Men's Hand-Tailored j
All-Wool Blue Serge
Suits, $22.50, $25, $27.50, j
Stylish, new waistlines n:
single and double breaded!
effects. Clevei two - button j
form-fitting coats and popu-
iar conservative m o u e I s .
Every suit is stiictly all wool
and hand tailored Many
cillf rrimmprl. All l7n nn
to 4G bi east. j
lit Ilrothet.. 2d Floir 7tb St.
With the Season But Fairly Began a Value Like This Is Good News Unexpected!
Misses' Chic Gingham)
Frocks : Extraordinary
Check and Plaid Designs in Pretty Colors. Oigandie or pique collars and cufts give a
trim, neat finish. Also show plaited skirts and attractive natch pock-ts. Sketched,
Misses' Dresses $
Of surnrisina worth, )
Materials iuo plain and nguied lie.
j plaid tussah, nev. linene. organdio nnd
ombmatiou -Hects borne especially ie
lighttul styles show -"c-p flounces, or
collars and ash lelts.
. .. II M -t . .f
Misses' Linen Suits $ 1 C
Nate the fir.e quality iitil the ) A O"
chic styles Have plaited viact, mannish
collar and revers, n"rw cross lelt and
largo patch volets White, Copenhagen
and pink. One sketched
Women's Dresses $Q-98
Nathinq jircttiei for mm ) CJ
mr Tussnh in the natural n uhnde
and smartl"' designed jVith box plait
down front, plaited t-virrwith rnvlope
pockets, contras.ins silk pipings.
Women's Dresses . . . $
Of vlain inii finn- d uilet
nnen and awv Among th attractive
features are plaited organdie collars,
plaited belts, apron tunic skirts.
Women's Dresses . ,
Corrtcthi sttihd la attfi
fluim, and riening wear. Materials ..-dude figured and dotted voile, organdies net, tatteta and sati...
All prevailing colors. One sKeicned ,Jt jimthrrs SIX'ONU FLOOR
'A Wonderful Sale of Men's
$10 Handsome Crepe de
Chine & Broad-1 $Q QQ
cloth Silk Shirts Ov0
New stripes in beautiful colorings.
trench cuffs. Custom made.
$1 "Sealpax" Shirts OQc
& Drav(r MrK 0
Small check nainsook. Sleeve
less shirts. Knee drawers.
"Notaaeme" Silk Half
Noted brand. Pure thicad silk
with lislefsoles and tops. Black and
$2.50 Madras &
Pongee Shirts. . .
Fancy stripes Soft cuffs.
Crepe Faille Four- ( Cc
New figured effects, novelt.v
designs, colored polka dots and
white dots on navy and black
'founds. Slide-easy bands.
"Lawrence" Union Suits, $1.98
Kcru or white cotton Short sleeve
and athletic styles
I-lt Ilrotlir rirst Door, 7U- St
Noteworthy Offerings in SUMMER SHOES
Stlt Selected According to the Lates, IMctatt. of Fashion and
Prices Carcfull Guided b Eioiiomy
Women's $6 & $6.50 Smart!
$3.85 & $4.85
Patent collskir. while Nubuck
black and fan calf
With buckle. Louis h'-els.
White Canvas Colonials, $4.98
t- " -T ' Men's $6 Black $1.98
Women s $3.50 Canvas l Cajf Oxfords
IPumps & Oxfords. $2.49 J J English ami broad roc blu
l Covered heels. I i lchers. Eillent value.
" - 'i 0 . 4
Men's Oxfords & Lace Shoes, $5.98 to $10.50
Cordovan, tan and black calf, black kid and patent coltskin
Children's Footwear in AH Leathers Continuing the Sale (
Young Women's $4 to SO QO
S5 Pumps & Oxrotds- i Li0
Sizes 2 to 7.
Children's $3 to $3.50 $0 n(
Pumps and Oxfords "''
Sizes XVA to 2.
Children's $2.7n to s3.?o
Pumps and Oxford
Sizes ZVi tc 11
lit Jlrotlirr Flrbt I'looi ortll
i $2 Play 0forda and
Sizes G to 2
Infants' S2 Shoc, and
Pumps. Sizes 2 to u
Bojw' $4.00 Io S5
Shoes and Oxfords
Sizes 1 to C.
l.irN SS.S'i & Sj.50
Pumps. Sizes 1 to 8
X I I
) Women's & Misses' Wash
Skirts & Bathing Suits
If our Vacation is Ncai at Hand You Will Surely
Welcome Specials Like 'Ihcsel
White Gabardine Skirts, Pictured . . $0 QO j
Cut to fasten in front; finished with' 'Oj
clashed pockets, tailoied beit and pearl buttons
Very Handsome 1 $1 C iSilk Poplin 1 $0 QQ
Sldrts ' 1 ! BathiW Suit 0...0
failoied from beautiful satin
baronette ir white, pich
fle;h, Pekm, oveisc.i blue,
taupe, navy and black
Ulack and navy blue. One
piece belted model piped ana
smocked in white
Wt Ilrntlirrs Secoc.rt Tloor
GIRLS' JEAN MIDDIES ( $ "I a
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An Opportunity That Economical Mothers Are Going to
Direct to Their Immediate Advantage; the Price. ! Sur
All white or with contiasting collars and cutTs. Braici
trimmed pockets, sleevo chevron and some lacer front. Si7cs
S to 20.
$1.49 to $3.49
Of galatea, plaids" and
serge. Plaited onto waist
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Smocks, $2,98 to $5.98
Linen, poplin and crepe with
contrasting trimming. Em
broidered or smocked, Sizes
14 to 20.
Navy Serge $.98
Capes ' "
Collar and vesteo of con
trasting material. Sizes C
to 10. One pictured.
Regulation Dresses, One Sketched
White calutea with blue collar and cuffs, braid
trimming, yoke and sleevo chevron. Sizes 8 to 14
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HATS TRIMMED FREE
Ior Your Own Best ln' st Take Note of
This liargain in the Hit Stv'" That
Lead 'i Summer
Georgette HAT Sj
White, pink and navy
Dresy shapes with
pretty trimmings of
flowers, fruit and os
trich One sketched.
$1.98 & $2.98
Fine quality sailor and mush loom styles
finished with band and' bow
i's 85c Stockings, 49c
. Black, white ami colorn.
mmmmmmmmmmm . the chestnut street association . ivisss
Floral Wreaths, 98c to $2.98
Roses, lilacs, pond lilies and fruits, in
white and pastel colorings. '
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Occupjim; the entire under floor of this big sloit and .ell
ing up-tn-dalu treasonable merchandise greatly undei puce.
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$4 to $5 Trimmed Hats$2.98
Extraorduirti lue.-. Unusual
lot of beautiful sjmme' fash
ions. Hae Gcietto crppo
brims and tnlTeta crown.-. Also
chnrnutie satin hats in white,
pink, nay and combinatiop
coloit- All effectively trimmed.
Voile Waists, 98c
Noi'Si cellar mil finbrotilticd
'dged with laco and plait
Women's & Misses'
Summer Dresses . .
Organ Jle and mII in white
rose. CoperhaKon. pink,
Iieige nnn nenn
Tunlo i-klits llh ilier frld Rliawl
collar. ehtee imd turneU ouITh of
uhlte oreamllc, crushabl lilti.
with bow In hack, others ha
naiiM dfep folds, hemHtltchlns
round neck, nocllj collar mill bell
Women's & Misses' Dresses, $5
Checked and plalu BUiKham. llneneond
olle 'White, Coiienhagcij pltik and
Women's & Misses' $C QO
Linene Suits J,f
Rose, Copenhagen, nmv and white
Coats hao stitched border pockeU,
narrow belt and white pique collsr
Tub Skirts, $1, $1.25 & $1.49
WhUo rep. saSlnltna and pique, nUo
Jasper cloth and black-and-white
I Women's Ribbed Vests, 19c
pan.l Lisle and cotton. Low neck, sleeve
Men's $1.25 Blue Shirts, 98c
Collar attached ii to 17
Women's 85c Gloves, 69c
""'v i . Usn White and irrav Bilk
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1 Women's $3 to $4 $ 1 .98
Hhoes oxfords and pump'. Dull
and ihlnv lila'-k le.i'herH, also white
can-as ana imiuuck.
"nnmetal calf, patent coltskin and tap
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's $4 to $5 Shoes $0.98 1 vjfl
Ixfords ' m
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Women's $2 & $2.50 Sports
Shoes and Oxfords, $1.29
Women's $3 to $4.50 Pumps,
Oxfords and Colonials,
$1.49 & $2.45
Misses' nnd Children's Pumps
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