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BVmrar ,PUBLIG iMDGERPHnJADfflHIA WBPHISSDAY, 'ATTGUBT 3, 1921!.
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letters to the Editor
rTCuyWIth Nation's Heroae
nal Justly ' .,, PubUg Ltigi
nfclZ.imu "m sl.ckln. The,
Slr-Tb. "'.oidltr.1 bonus, publicly
tr "'tdcMt that th Oovrnmtnl
' "Juurl lhouh th. bonus Is
return wWI"' l d to what men In
&J' VmM "V1 durln lh' "me
V "' ."In. tOPPl hlnk' ,n J1"
Urt tuii h4 ".form: A larru perce:ite
Ulll. to '";:".- holders men of tm-
l,r,.nif Tho had much to protect.
a", IrtewM Sut of th. draft W.
wiri m meit " out, Th,y w,r.
Jfr I"1 !? dtlxena In tho day of
"'"'trJ'wi'nVd lESr va.t forluhti and
t.t P;t"dT,uS th ioul-stlrrln elo.
h'1? .. th. brssi banda. th. rar.d-.
?i .k. Mtrlotlsm. . .,,,
.ry a Inlnr. to pit their untried
military r"'". , the art of
,lr.nftn ' ,, murder. Many of
""""'T. back : truly nough. abl. bodlodi
Vl 2 iW crippled, sraa.ed.
n. Uck "rrf..n "aero., th. ( ocean
, eemlnr c.'fllln blottoms fioallnr to
tM br one. 1IK , fltltrapea ea.keta
f,r?.rin- IntereV to th. multltud..
X ffw" """ """' rtl" "" wl,h
SwSStSS.. the toll of War. pay horn-
Sti tba rolcele.a dead
! yoi. from falllnr hand. w. throw the
"Swlfih'Jith ho dl.
S.n Trot rilS. thouth poPPle. tw In
mnders fields "
if Oi. spirit of irratltud. wa. a. ""J1",";
i . .. h. iplrlt cf patriotism wa. at th.
"Jr r f th. war. V. (hould crowd ths
WX Ihwurtfare. and th. tall build
?0d",t fay owtrlbuto to the., fall.n
i'S- X rtooV between u. and pol.on
'.tT'llauld Are. bunUn .hell, mach In.
,M . and Myonet-th. hell and aepnles
S"iSWftT-o-n their .... - "v'ns
.i-Tflfn nron th. atar of liberty.
nS , X throuch .heer iood ludt wer,
. ." 1 anrnaa. or. If nt over, returnea
l.id ir. In oTery .ens. of Justlf. a.
toSto "t cur consideration a. thow
2S7o.t their live. In the conflict. W. may
Sftwrtt. debt to th, dead, but to tho
tars tt llvta comrade. In arms. oe a
' 4 obi tatlon-and elncer. irratltud. I.
bw I than expressed thank, or .loQuent
W' ...... ,n Informed, th. sol-
W bonus will cost ery family In th.
5 pay fr safety, peace, prosperity and
2. blesslnw of a blood-bouht p.ac. In
rtkhrnsny of u. had llttlo or no prt. Th.
rL-f 1100 ha. llttlo to complain of
inl rnueh for which, upon bended knee.
Let m hop. that th. .rlrlt of patriotism
which Inspired many of our politician, and
mllllenslres three or four years 1:
..: n 1. ,m. fnrth from It. ashe b and
that erery man who 1. grateful that hi.
property, his life and his Comment are
Mved for democracy will co down deep
irto bis bank account and lay his lesser
Sft.w th, altar of liberty. I-t .
u too smsn to oi ju.hj w'";vr,;
lion's heroes. EMILIK C. CONKLIN.
PblUdelphla. July 0. 1021.
Patriotism and Dollars
rsfaeMt'oro the Ftvtino PuWo I.rdotr:
Sir The determination of ths American
Leiten to prees passage of th. "bomu leels.
Iitlon" In th. faco of .tateraent. by thow
In eitrte of the financial policies of our
CoTtrnment. to th. effect that wo cannot
iSert to pay th. bonus without a burden
itmt Increase of tajt.s, demand, a protest.
Repeated assurances hav. ben mad. bv
Treisary offlelals that a drain Ilk. that of
ti proposed bonu will rwOlr. an amount
cf taxation whleh wni welsh not 'only on
t "common citizen," but In th. end prove
ratner a handicap to him than a help. The
motto of th. Lrton should b. (a. a witty
friend put It) "Nil nisi bonus."
There are those of u. who bltev that pa
trlottim cannot be expressed In terms of
Mitres and while w. should willingly seo an
efficient aid shen by th, Government to our
nounded comrade, w. hesitate to commend
the efforts of our fellow, to measure the pa
triotism of those nf us who did not get
eunded who did not got overseas In
terms of hard cash.
With the exception of the .pl.s and
Iriltors, from which no army was free. th.
pitrlotlsm of no man who donned th, old
uniform can b. questioned! but It In not
riemnt to think that our veterans, forgettui
of ths Legion of Honor, are banding them
telus Into a Lesion of Grab. There ar.
etlU some Europeans far. they misguided?)
who think that Americans ar. idealistic. Thn
Mels for such a belief must have lt root In
ecnethtng beside, th. action of th, relf
An A U
Philadelphia, Jq.1t 2. 1031.
Business World and Married Women
Iot Editor o Ihe Evmina PubUe Ledgrr:
Sir Dr. H. O. Punko. comfortably sur
rwnJed br hi. book., theories and erperl
mentations, has frankly told th. housewives
of PhUadlphla to rhake ofT th. traditions,
prejudice, and conventionalities of th. past
and gO OUt Inta th blia1n.afl wnrM bhH
huitle for a living, aa ther. 1. nothing for
iwm i oo at nom.
Mice most other book men. h. a-rsurnes
Out of oil again:
Why ordinary oil is
so rapidly consumed
TTAVE you had this tough old motoring ex
Ll perience? Have you run out of oil miles
from help, when you thought you started with
supply enough for the hardest trij-"
Whenever your engine consumes o. no fast,
it is proof that you are using ordinary oiL
Under the intense heat of the enginti 200
to 1000 F. inferior oil forms great quantities
of black sediment. The thin oil remaining
You can avoid this trouble. Yon can eton usine up
U WP v)
For beet results me
5kW GtmoHne ,
THE PEOPLE'S FORUM
Letters to the Editor (should to aa
brief and to the point as possible,
avoiding anything that would open
a denominational or sectarian dis
cussion. No attention wilt be paid to anony
mous letters. Names and addresses
must be signed ns an evidence of
good faith, although names will not
be printed If request is made that
they be omitted.
The publication of a letter Is not
to be taken as an Indorsement of Its
views by this paper.
Communications wilt not be re
turned unless accompanied by post
age, nor will manuscript be saved.
that nith'ng that I. or over ha. been ha
any merit. He I. for a chane, no matter
what It may bring forth. Who ever heard
of anything practical advance 1 by a pro
feasor of sociology or psjchology? Th.
wirli Would mo smoother with less "olo
glea" find "Isms" and professors.
The professor will no dubt rec-ilv. a
Plentiful suprly of answer, to hi. nt.te
n ent that the married woman Is llvln
rnrn.ltlcally en her husband when ah. ac
cept. hl support. Of all hla Impossible
assertions this ens la th most ridiculous.
When a min and womsn enter Into mir-
rln. It I. u.u-Uly to establish a home
and for th. reason that enrh feel, the
reed of tha other', companionship. The gond
wlf. I. an Inspiration to her hubard. It
Is her .ncourxgem.nt, hr eplrlt and h.r
sympathy that makes po.slblo the nuecess-
fu' buslnnss career f her husband. It Is th.
wife wh mikoa th. home, and it l tho
horn, that brings mor. h.pplne.. ard Joy
Into the world than all other thing, com
bined. Wo are alt sceklrg! contentment.
Surely nothing can bring mor. contentment
than a cheerful wife, happy children, a tidy
lifme and woll-csoked meal. The pay en
velope of the worklnr wife will produco
pons of the...
When w. ejme to anilyz. the deductions
from tha pay envelop, of the workln wlf
and th, comfort, lost by both, husband and
wife, we roa.Ui, that she 1. iwttmiiy .Herlfle
Inr her husband's happiness and content
ment In.tee-d of adding to hi. enjoyment of
life. Carfare, mor, rUthes, the extrava-,
garte, of restaurant eating, laundiy bill.,
must come out of her pay. There 1. Utile
If any eavlnc; by her employment. On tho
other hand, what does her employment
bring about? Contrast the coxy home of
th. Industrious housewife with the shabby
jeom of th. working wife. Compare th.
Jo. of tho happy home cirri, with th
artlOelnl imusament. of the averaco coupl
vy,n nnuM deorli, llttlo ohlldren rf mothr
lftve for ths .ake of a few dollars? Who
exsept a theorist would suggest Institu
tional training for little ones In preference
to thn good old fashioned home instruction
by father and mother?
The professor states that faelorl-. havn
almost ontlrely displayed horn, lnduetrle.
Tiimlnc and knltrlni and sewing. cooklnB.
preserving and eurlnir. ar. solng on In tn.
of thousand, of nomes in tni. coumry ay,
and tho vvltes who ar. doing It are th,
Lackhon. of th. nation nnd the hopo of
1h, home-m.klnc. home loving womn who
.r r.t.inr sturly bos. and girls and train
ing them to In useful and honorabl, rltlz'ns
nr. doing a work tnat i. or isr mmw mi
rortanc. ti the welfare and future of this
good old U. 8. A. than th, total output of
nil cf th, factories, mill nnd mine, taken
tcgetherv nEGUt.AR rELLOW.
Philadelphia. July 10. 1021.
In Defense of Pittsburgh
To this Editor of th Evening Public Ltdgtr!
Sir Why In it that so many Phlladel
phlans have an Idea that nttsburgh Is the
"hmoky City." n. many picture It? I hav
personally had tho pleasure of living In both
cities at different period, and realty can
not se. much difference In th. "smoky
characteristics of either.
I hav. heard people talk about the dens,
cloud of smok, that hover n-er Pitts
burgh all tho tlmo. and hav. even heard
"tale." of th. tight. In this Industrlsl cenfr
being lighted th. day through, which, how
.v.r. Is all wrong, a. any on. wlta common
.ens. would realize.
It Is natural, of course, as In every
metropolis. In th. Industrial section, of
that particular city, to hav. smoke onsulns
from th. enormous smokestacks which must
necessarily b. placed. Mor. than nine
tenth, of tb. big mills and Iron foundrle.
of Pittsburgh consume their own smoke, as
mest large plants do In tbe, modern
I am hoping that th nam. of "Smoky
City" will not sdher. to Pittsburgh In the
futur. snd that something more to lh ord
will befit that center
Pittsburgh. Ta . July 24. 1021.
Why a ProhibltlonlatT
To the Editor of te Evening Public Lrdoer:
Sir In reply to the question. "Why ar.
you a prohibitionist?" win sou allow m,
to say that I am so for two very good
reasons: First, because of what I nave
seen and know of th, effect of the liquor
traffic: and, secondly, because of what I
havo seen and know of the result of pro
hibition, when honestly and efflcl-ntly en
forced. I have eeen th, effects of the use of
liquor In shamed nnd dlsgrac-d manhood. In
shamefully wronged womanhood. In rrlppld
nd robbed childhood, In poverts-, crime and
Insanity, In heavy tnxatlon to support poor
houses, prisons and Insane hospitals
I hav. seen and known th. results of
prohibition In happy homes where childhood
wa. sure of th. care and education to which
It ha. a right, where womanhood wa. cher
ished end protected, where man recognised
that he was a free man, created In the
Image of God and not of a beast.
Philadelphia, July 12, 1n21.
oil at such an expensive rate. Sediment la reducrd
06 when you use Veedol, the lubricant that resists
beat. (Seo the two bottles above). Veedol lasts for
twice as many milea at ordinary oils.
Have your engine flushed out. Fill up with VeedoL
Leading dealers bavo Veedol in stock. Ask for a
TIDE WATER OIL
11 Broadway, New' York City
Distributed to dealers from
40th Street and Grays Ave, Fhila;,
(Phone, Woodland 4303)
Germdn Casualties In tho War
To tha Editor of the Evmlno Ptibtlo Itdoerl
Sir What were th. German caauattl.. In
the World War? E. V, M.
Philadelphia, July 23, 1021.
It was tald recently that Germany's
total casualtlen during th. World War war.
0.S8S.082. divided b. follows) Kill 3d In bat
tle, 1. fiai, 148; mlslng. 001,810! wounded,
4.211.481. nnd died of disease. IBB. 018. It
ha. b-en positively established, however,
that 00 per cent of th. German wounded
were refitted for service In th. field or at
th hnanltnl. or rendered self.suDPOrtlnff.
Of th. sick nd wounded who reached th.
hrme hospitals In Germany only 1.0 pir cent
Prison Term and Naturalization
To the Editor of the Evening Publlo Jdgtri
Sir Can a man who ha. served a prison
term b-eom. naturalised? a. w, i
Phllarfelnhla. July 28. 1021.
Th, Naturalization Huresu state, that
lima who havo served n trm In prison
must prove flv. yesr.' good moral character
after their release ceror. tncy can oecomi
Gasoline From Gas
To the Editor of the Evening Publio Ledger:
Sir How many rrallon. of gasilln. can
b obtained from 1000 cubio feet of natural
ga.? . W. L. O.
Philadelphia. July 28, 1021.
Th. Bureau of Mine, says that ga. con
taining one-half gallon of gasoline p,r 1000
cubio feet Is considered sufficiently rich to
l worked. If thcr. I. a large supply. Th.
r.ehest gas reported to tho Hureau of Mine,
contains eight gaons of gasolln, to 100O
cubic feet of ga,.
Navy Yards on Pacific Coast
To the Editor of the Evening PuHlo Ledger!
Sir How many navy ards ar. ther. on
the Faclflc Coast and whero ar, they lo
cated? .... - ' T-
rhllad.lphla. July 28. 1021.
Ther. are two Mare. Island, Calif., and
Tuget Sound, Wash;
National Park-to-Park Highway
To the Editor of the Evening rublio Ledg'r:
Sir Where Is the National Park-to-Park
auto, highway and what points does It cover?
At what plac. doe. It start?
n. w. l.
Philadelphia. July 23, 1021.
The National Park-to-Park auto highway
takes In th. principal point, or imcrei in
k. Tn,.u Slerrn. Nevada and other western
mmmi.in r.nae.. Starting from D-nver. It
ti,M.. niw-kv Mountain NiUonst Park
Yellowstone, Glacier National Park. Mount
IiHlnter National Park, Crater Lnke National
prk. Toiemlte. Roosevelt National Park.
Zlon National Park. Grand Canvon and Mesa
Verds National Park., returning to Denver.
Important cltle, on the route, besides Den
ver. ar. Cfiesenne, Spokane, Seattle, Tiroma,
Portland, Sacramento, Lo. Ansetes. nd Col
rrado 8prlnes. Th, dlstanc. la something
more than 430 miles
To the Editor of the Eienlng PubUe L'dger:
Pir i want to know the origin of Clan
and Gael. What did It originate from and
what do you know about It? J M.
Mahanoy City. Ta., July 18 1021.
Presume you mean Clin-na-Oael. It Is
sn Irish secret society originating out of
the nnlan brotherhood founded at Phila
delphia In 1881. with th. .Ira of helping to
cur home nil. for Ireland. Thl, organl
ration was held responsible for the dsna
mlt. outrago. of 1881 In London. f
"C C. E " A man cannot vot. In Penn
sylvania' on his first papers.
Referred to Readers
To the Editor of the Eventng PubUe Ledger:
Sir Ha. It ever been learned whether or
not th. aboriginal dialects did not hav. a
common origin? F. L. O.
Philadelphia. Ju1v 2. 1021.
"T. L T." Lincoln delivered his Oettys
bur .oeech in the cemetery at Gettysburg,
vlrtuslly on the spot now occupied by th,
"C. D. E." If you are entitled to secure
th Michigan Midler." bonus, writ, to th,
Adjutant General', office. Lansing Mich
Th. bonu, will be prld th. Michigan soldiers
for th, entire time they wer. In ths scrvlc.
"Mrs W L. O." Tli, New Tork soldiers
entitled to the bonus are paid SIO for esclj
month of servlcs. with a maximum allow
ance of 250
Poems and Sotigs Desired
Wants Author and Remaining
To the Editor of the Evening Public Ledg'r:
Sir I will appreciate It If som. one of
5 our readers will try to glv. m, th, author
and the remaining verses of the poem which
contain, tin, verso.
"Th, wise forget, dear hart.
They leave th. past
And plsy th, hero's part.
Erav, to th. last.
Thev weep not. nor regret:
Calm ar, their eyes
Dear heart, the wis. forget;
I am not wise."
S L O.
Philadelphia. July 27. 1021.
"Wood Road, a Good Road"
To the Editor of the Eienlng Public Ledger:
Sir Can sou tell me who wrote th, ro-m
a fur um
Sfiotcinf tidinunt formmd
oj ur 500 wuU of running
that oonlalned theee lines and where tt may
"A wood road and a good road,
And a road by land and .en
A high road nnd a by roud,
And a road by plain and tea."
MBS. W. l. MOIIOAN.
Philadelphia. July 27. 1021.
"There Aro the Dahlias"
To the Editor of the Evening rublio Ledger:
Sir I wilt appreciate It If on, of your
reader, can locate Ihe author and complete
poem of whleh thee, line. ar. tak.nt
"Then there are th, dahlias that put on such
Reminding on. of company evenings, when
fashion stroll, out In pairs.
Ther. .re weed. In my summer garden, and
ther. sr. th. moment, .cent
In Idleness, .In and folly, dark envy and
aieeontent." s. A. T.
Philadelphia. July 2T. 1021.
"O Gift of God"
To the Editor of the Evening Publio Ledger,
Blr I am anxloux to secure a poem, or
proD.Diy a nyran, which contains the fol
"O gift of God, 6 perfect day.
The third verse Is:
"I see th. branches downward bent.
Like keys of some great Instrument,
While over me unroll, on high
Th. splendid scenery of th. rky,"
An Old Song
To the Editor of the PuUte Ledoer:
Sir I we. an Inquiry In your Issu. of
July 2.1 for thn eelerllnn nlllU.l "rimvf
From My Angel Mother'. Grave." I Inclose
.am. and hope It may be publl.hod,
M. h. McQUOWN.
Clearfield, Ta., July 28, 1021-
A FLOWER FROM MT ANGEL MOTTIER'S
I've a casket at home that Is filled with
I have pictures of friends dear to mes
I have trinkets so rar, that came many
From far distant land, across ths sea.
Tet there', one little treasure that I ever
Bettor far than all th, wealth beneath th,
It's a small faded flower that I plucked In
'Tis a flower from my angel mother's
Treasured In my memory, like a happy
Are the loving word, she ssld,
And my heart fondly cleaves to those dry and
Tl. a flowor from my angel mother's grave.
In the quiet country churchyard they laid
ner down to sleep.
CIojo beside the dear old home, she's at
And the low, sscred mound Is enshrined
within my heart
By the sweet tie. of love forevjr blest.
In the still and silent night I often think of
And the lslon bid. m, ever to be brave.
I'or the last thing that binds me to the home
I lov, so well
Is the flower from my .ngel mother's
"The Bridge Builder"
To the Editor of the Evening Public Ledger:
fclr I will appreclit. It If vou will print
for ms th. poem entitled "Ths Rrldce
Builder " MRS W. I, LAWRENCE.
Philadelphia, July 27, 1021.
We presume this is the poem dslred.
An old man going! a lono highway
Cam. at thj evening, cold and gray.
To a chasm vast and deep and wide
The old man crossed In th. twilight dim.
Th, sullen stream had no fear for him.
But h, turned when safo on tho othar sld.
And built a brldg. to span th, tide.
"Old man." said a fellow pilgrim near.
"You are wasting sour strength with build
Vrur Jiurney will erd with the ending day:
You never again will pass this way.
iou'v. passed th. chasm, deep and wldt.
Why build you this brldg. at evening
Th. builder lifted his old, gray head..
"Good friend. In the path I have oom." he
"Th.re followeth after me today
A youth whose feet must pass this war.
This chasm that has been as naught to me
To that falr-halred south may a pitfall be,
He, too. must cross In th, twilight dim.
Gtod friend. I am bulldlnc this bridge for
"E. R. J." ask. for a poem. .. well a,
the name of the author, which contains these
"Ther. I. n, end to th. sky,
Aty.l the stars nre everywhere.
And time 1, eternlts
And th, here is over there
For the common deed, of th, common day
Ar. ringing bells In the far awav "
Th. reepte". Forum will nppear dally
In the KTenlng Ptihllr, ledger, and also
In the Punday Public I,e!r. letter.
dlseu..lng timely toplr. will b. printed,
a. welt a requested poem,, nnd question.
of general Interest will be answered.
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$4.00 Fiber-Silk Tie
Back Sweaters . . .
Just what Is needed to complete tho
vacation wardrobe for shore, moun
tain or street wear. Popular colors.
$5 Worsted Tuxedo CJ7 CA
On. of thn season's favorite models.
bNELLENBURfjS E-onnmv Basement
Today's Leading Special in
Other Furniture Specials
$18.00 Silk Floss and Cotton
Mattress at $9.95
All the refinement of a cxid mat
tress - Murdv ait tlcklnc irll eders
nnd round corners 60" new silk
flos and 50rc cotton
Extra large with
heavy posts J very
Basement Specials for
STORE OPENS DAILY AT 9
SWEDNI5SDAY. AUOt'BT S. 1021 fl
ENTIRE BLOCK -MIRKET ro2 STREETS JL 1
Women's and Misses' $7.50
and $8.50 Tub Frocks
In a Great
Attractive models in pretty figured voiles and smart plaid ging
hams; also tho popular and becoming jumper dress in good quality
gingham; a variety of good styles in wanted colors. Very special
Women's $6.00 to $12.50 Extra-Size Dresses at
$4.75 and $8.95
Verv smart dresses of urctty figured voiles, cleverly desicned to
meet the needs of tho larger Woman. Good-looking tunic models, with
lines that lend slendcrncss; daintily finished with vestees and trimmed
with the finer kinds of lace. Large women will appreciato the practical
and becoming qualities of these drcip: nil of them aro greatly
reduced. bNELLENBLfRGS Economy Basement
You'll Find Beauty, Style and Value in Tlwse
.50 Charming Voile Blouses
bN ELLEN BJRIjS Econmy Basement
Tremendous Sales Prove That Men Appreciate the Fine
Values in This Clearance Sale of
Men's and Young Men's
Two-Piece Keep Kool Suits
The Most Popular and Serviceable Summer Suits
Originally Sold Up to $16.50
Smart, snappy stj les tor young men, and plenty of conservative
and semi-conservative models for older men. Made of feather-weight
fabrics, in light and dark patterns.
S' ELLENBJRuS I-conomy Bjsvne.it
$55 High Pile 9x12
" Axminster Rugs, $29
Limit two to a customer. Pretty Oriental designs and colorings.
$45.00 Alex Smith's
Seamless Velvet $22.00
Woven In ono piece 11! f.
Best all-wool face limited quan
tity Ui a variety of patt.rns
$20.00 Jute Face CJ ffi flfl
Tapestry Rugs'1' 1U,UU
9x12 feet Oriental de.igns. A
limited lot slight seconds
75c New Process Floor Coverings, Sq. Yd. . .
Tull rolls slight seconds. Two ardt
Our August Furniture Sale
50 Dressing Tables
Mostly SAMPLES. Taken from complete suits
in all the popular period designs and desirable
finishes, which include ivory, walnut, mahogany.
All with adjustable triplicate mirrors.
S40.00 Dressing Table, $19.75
$45.00 Dressing Table, $22.50
$50.00 Dressing Tabic, $30.00
W i.llani and
Iti v ds gii m
i iliociiiv linif-h
nh det p dr.twer
and In Re shelf
"t i rv ni u d e
diid vei v dun bio
post bed with
1) enamel lln-
Isli, all-iron wov-
en-wlro spring and
cotton - top mat
tres?. Size 30x78 Ins.,
tubular ends ;
SNELLENBURCS Economy Baaemtnt
A M. CLOSES AT R P. SI.
Sheer, dainty blouses
of imported French or
domestic voile, beauti
fully trimmed with the
finer laces, or cleverely
embroidered in colored
dots. Original models,
with crocheted buttons
and jabot plcatings;
some arc in vestee effect,
others havo tho becom
ing roll collars.
A very pretty assort
ment from which to
choose, at prices so rea
sonable that you feel
justified in buying
Palm Beach Suits
Beach Cloth Suits
i Granada Suits
i irranaaa suns
$1.50 Genuine Cork CQr
Linoleum, Sq. Yd. oyL
Haw burlap bad. . 2 varis
wile All vou want cut from full
r"lN slight second-'
$2 Genuine Inlaid CI HQ
Linoleum, Sq. Yd. ,U"
Full rolK in pretty patterns.
rica.se bring room gjzes with ou
SnFlTF ":.? Economy Basement
Stock Clearance in the Girls' Department Brings
Juniors' and Intermediates'
$2.00 and $3.00 Dresses
At $1.00 Each
Good models in client quality hnenp, piped with whtt and
finished with cleveih desigriTd ln-lt and pockets Othpr models in
checked gingham. Fizeb 12, 11 and 1H years.
Girls' $3.00 and $5.00 Organdie Frocks Reduced to
$1.95 and $2.95
Daintv frocks of hepr, mn organdie in all favorito shades.
Some pretty models arc ti mimed with fluffy ruffles, otl.ett. aie demurely
plain with vide, bifc? saslir. All launder eMrcme'v well, and aro
nil m a 1 the nucn kin 1 of tine summer dre se- you ould buy for a
girl of (J to 1 1.
Girls' $2.00 Middy Blouses at $1.00
Smart, jnnctical blouses of checked jenn, with comfortable, con
venicnt bhort sleeves; finished with Balkan or co-ed bottoms in white.
Splendid for outing and morning wear, and many girl-, piefer them
for school w-cni. They tub well, and arc both bemceable and inex
pensive. Sn' li 'ti I r.K'nomv Basement
' ' t
ttonvv rnml.lnnklllir bathlne suit.
Two piece ami Pacific roast styles,
the Inttor with shirt and trunks knit
Children's Romper QQC
Bathing Suits 7UV
For bova or girls, In heavy sweater
weave, excellent for beach wear or
SNELLENBUROS Cconomy P""""
Mid-Summer Sale of
Of e.xtrn good quality ehambray.
Oliver Tm Slodel. sizes 3 to 7
In blue, tan, grern and gray plain
color ehambray. Oliver Twist model,
sizes 3, 4 and 5 cars
Boys' Cloth Suits
Boys' $13.75 to CQ 7C
$18.50 Suits 'ID
S'zs 7 tj 12 ears Some with
tvo pilrs of lin.d kn'rkera
Boys' $18.75 to
S21.00 Suits .
Sizes 7 to 15 cars Some, with
two pa'r. of lined Unlckers
Boys' $23.50 Suits Ctqnn
filze. S to 13 vears P 1 ll.uU
With two pairs of lined Knickers
$1.35 Boys' Washable Q Cc
Knicker Pants... ou
In tan. khaki black anr? white
cotton crash. Sizes 6 to 18 jearn.
SN ELLEN BURCS Economir Basement
We are dlsposlnj: of 2500 Pieces of
this standard quality, wdl-known
brand It is 20 mehes wide, put up
in sanitary envelopes. 10 varda to an
SNELLENBJRCiS Ecnmy Basement
$2.00 and $3.00
Corsets at 95c
Incomplete ranpre of sizes but aJl
sizes In the lot. glrdla top and me
dium bust corsets
59c Women's Bandeaux JQr
Hook baik or front i7
CT i g TS Economy Basement
Women's $1.19 Extra- CQC
Size Drawers "
of fine qualm muUn trimmed
w th fine tii. ks and rudles of em
bmidT Women's $1.25 Extra- Xr
Tal'ored -nodels fit exira full,
finished with -neat itltditng
Of ImBerle i loth round shoulder
mndds inmmwl witli fine lar and
't V - er inirt oil
. m, j5 'innonlJ Basement
We've Just 600 of These
Men's $1.25 Percale
SHIRTS to SH1
At 98c iiach
Very serviceable, good pat
terns nnd colors; soft cuffs and
neckband; mado of C8x72-couat
percale. Sires 14 to 17.
laHELLENRURoS Ec6nomy Basenawit
N.,SNKtiLENBURG & Cp.:
SZSSjj nellenburg' & CO
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