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You Store At Our EE Because We Give More Goods' for Less Money and the Quality is Behind Our Guarantee WE HAVE SOME EXTRA GOOD VALUES THIS WEEK IN HOUSEFURNISHINGS 3 $8 .90 6x72 Grass Rugs, double CM C ill v v 9x12 Grass Rugs, double wnrn - 18 slightly damaged jM 9 Chairs, each - - r 9 x 12 Japaness 220 warp $5.49 for - - " Odd Ivory upholstered Willow Rockers a splendid $21,40 value - - ' Congoleum Remnants, - 50c yard Sheet Iron Heaters, sells regularly for $3.00; special this SJ2.49 week for - - - r Good Oil Opaque Win- AA Hnw Shades, each - - Extra large Platters, this Qg week, each - - Glass Water Pitchers, this week, only . Above Special Prices For This Week Only, and Furniture at New Low Prices 11 fl ' .- " II ' ft 1 . I KITCHEN CABINETS (kIMV - I COST NO MORE THAN iJA t THE ORDINARY KIND jfflpl 1 I " BRUNSWICK RECORDS 85c Up WH.L UECOME INDEPENDENT ISY CHRISTMAS IE POSSIBLE (Continued from Page 1) a hotel, shot two constables dead and escape after wounding another. Sporadic outbreaks were reported from outlying sections also. DEVALERA "SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE." ( II J' 1 lilted lr'NN. I Paris, Jan. 27 "President" De Va lera of Ireland is "somewhere in Fiance" according to the newspaper L'Ceuvre, which claims to have inter viewed him. "England's position with regard tn Trplanr! .is more difficult than ev er" De Valer'a was quoted as saying. "Reports that Sinn Feiners are split are baseless. The whole organiza tion is for complete independence." MISSING GIRL LOCATED; RAN AWAY FROM SCHOOL. tl!V l'llill'll !'-. New York, Jan. 27 .Benjamin F. Spellman, father of Blanche Adele Spellman, Barnard student imssin? for three days, left here today for Montreal, where his daughter was lo cated, to bring her home. There would have been no mystery !'o said, about her disappearance if a letter she wrote before she left home had r.ot fallen behind a table. Late yesterday Spellman received another letter from his daughter sta ting she was in Montreal and had oivav-Trom her Barnard exami nations to enter the University of Montreal. GHOULS TRIED TO STEAL SENATOR KEAN'S BODY. Elizabeth, N. J. Jan. 27-Police to- .i. ... ,ri,t r.lmuls who attempted to steal state senator Kean's body and vu if fnr ransome. Police who WMU " - - were notified last night that body matchers were at work in the ceme tery arrived in the cemetery in time to frighten them away. STEAMER POLAR BEAR HAS ENGINE TROUBLE, yew York, Jan 27-The shipping boird steamship Polar Bear reported wireless today that Bhe was in d&lress and making slow progress, owing" to trouble with her engine room machinery. ' The vessel's posi tion was given .s-tatitude 35.50 north longitude 68.08 .west, which is mid way between Norfolk and Bermuda. WOULD REMOVE A CUKTJTFF FAILING TO END LYNCHING Illy lulled 1'reKB.) Little Rock, Ark, Jan. 27 A law to remove from office any sheriff who fails to prevent lynching in his coun ty is to be recommended to the Ar !,',., Wislnture bv Governor Mc- Rae, is was announced today. In a norm statement the governor bitter ly condemned last night s violence at. Nudena, where Henry Lowry, a ne- hurried to death, and says that the officers, apparently, surren dered the prisoner with lamb like docility. FORD CONTINUES MAKING GAINS ON NEWBERRY Washington. Jan. 27 The election nlnrnlitv of about 7.500 of Senator Newberry, of Michigan, had been cut into by Henry Ford, his Democratic ,t tn the extent of 2,642 ,.tc Tffc 1.R41 of the 2,232 state precincts recanvassed when the day's work of the senate privileges and . elections committee was conouueu lv The recount, thus far nas covereu ..11 iiuinn counties except Wayne, a., ..f,-.. - : ...u;..v, TWrmt is situated. in 111 wiiiui .v.. t SonntoT Newberry re ..;...,! w A(l votes and Mr. Ford co no.1 in the election two years ago "Ja ;t pvnected that several days will be required for recounting these i votes. MANNING NEW BISHOP v.,... vnrW Jan. 27 The Rev. Dr. ' William T. Manning today was bish j op elect of New York following his !;., at thp snecial convention of l the protestant episcopal diocese of New York here late yesienmy. ,-r-c r.TTnn FOR CHILDREN Mrs.'c. E. Schwab, 1007 14th St., Canton. Ohio, writes: "We use Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs ana nna h one of the best remedies on the mar ket, especially good for children s couehs. as it does not contain unj drug that is harmful." Serious Bick- ness often follows lingering corns. HorH cmiehine racks a child's body and disturbs strength-giving sleep, and the poisons weaken tne system so that disease cannot be warded off. Take Foley's in time. For sale by J. H. Haughton. EarneSSpecial Values for Spring We have receive d many new goods bought at special P" Je . nt c verv ow Drice. You must see tnese LsW U to our customers at a very low price. . - - i - r nnrrrj i r i i h 1 1 i . enpnd vn nes in oraei iu dn-wiv LOOL THIS LIST OVER Good 27 in. Dress Gingham, $q Yd. fast color Best Amoskeg Apron Gingham, q Yd. special at 36 in. Fast color Silk Mulls, 50c 25c Yd. value 36 in. fast color Sateens, 50c to Yd. 75c values 40 in. fine White Lawn, a 50c 25c Yd. value 36 in. good grade Pajama Checks, Yd. exceptional values 30 in. Middy Twill, good quality 25c Yd. and value 27 in. high grade Dress Ging- 25c Yd. ham 32 in. Fine Zephyr Dress Ging- Yd. ham ' 36 in. Fine Quality Tissue Ging- 45 q Yd. ham 36 in. White Venetian Skirt Yd. Satin, 75c value 36 in. good qnality Gabardine Yd. Skirting 36 in. fine Wale, good grade Yd. Pique 42x 36 good grade PiUw25cYd. Cases ' 81 x 90 Full Seamless Bleach- $1,25 ed Sheets - WEARWELL SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES AT VERY LOW PRICES. AH HOSIERY and KID GLOVES at Reduced Prices New Fabrics For Spring We are receiving almost daily our new Spring Dress Fabrics They are very pretty and lower in price. Tt wiU be a drea pleasure to show you these new Spring goods. It will be a gre NEW FANCY ORGANDIES, NEW TISSUES. NEW SILKS IN SEVERAL NEW FA FABRS NEW LINENS NEW RATINE AND WHITE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. m K W W T Ready- I o- weeir We are showing new Spring Coat Suits,. Skirts, Waists Silk Dresses andc Blouses Prices are all lower for this spring. ; EARNEST COMPANY 111 ..