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1 XJM-I I " I ii SAWiUELOEPLOfiES III - .- , . , , ' ' ; '. ' ' - . ll LACK QF HARMONY ' IN JERUSALEM : i&T AMcla4ed Prna) Jerusalem, July 2 Sir Herbert Samuel, the High Commissioner for Palestine, on the occasion of the King's birthday, addressed a repre sentative gathering here. In the cours of his speech he expressed re gret that harmony between the dev otees of different ' creeds, which he earnestly desired to promote, had not yet been attained. . He declared that Great Britain would never impose on the Palestinian people a policy con trary to their religious, political and economic interests. . ' ' Referring i immigration Sir Her bert said it must b definitely recog nized that conditions did not admit of mass immigration. Among new arrivals,' he added, there had been a number tainted with the "pernicious doctrines . of Bolshevism." Those who were known to be Bolsheviki had been arrested and would be expelled with the exception of those liable to punishment for complicity in the dis turbances at Jaffa. Immigration had been suspended pending a review of the situation. , Sir Herbert said he waS anxious that the Palestinian people should be ' more closely associated in the ad ministration. Great Britain, He as sured his hearers, intended t make provision for the government of Pal estine in an instrument which would be registered with the League'of Na tions. The interests of the non Jewish population would be not only safeguarded by the mandate itself, but likewise in the instrument re- f erred to, in which the future consti tution of the country would, be cle-- f fined. In conclusion Sir Herbert said: "I center of sacred associations for J hundreds of millions of men, inhab ited by a people kindly .and peace able. Most earnestly do I desire to Bee it progressing in quietness .and harmony toward a tprosperous and ribble future. Lett tJfc government and the people unite in their effort 0 for the sake of that ideal." Mexico City Plans A $4,000,000 Hotel I (Br AoHd Prraa) Mexico City, July 2 The depart ment of national property has asked for bids on a new hotel here to cost ho less than $4,000,000 (pesos) "modern in construction and decora tion and to be compared . with the best in the world." The work is to be finished within two years. The site selected is n a prominent down ' town corner and one of the stipula . tions of the contract is that the sec ond floor of the building is to be used for exhibits of national products. 666cures Malaria, Chills and Fev er, Bilious ( Fever, Colds and La Grippe, or money refunded. "Let B. & B. DO IT." S-9-tJ K i4 orirhj Raincoats ! plenty of 'em. ALL PRICES Oil treated Silk Coat, absolutely guaranteed water proof $17.50 You can roll it up and put if in your pocket Browning-Fearoside Company "Palatka's Best Men' Store" Gigantic rice - Tumblie .ale MOST SENSATIONAL-MOST AMAZING-MOST WONDERFUL MOST EXTRAORDINARY NOW GOING ON The most astounding, profit forgetting, price slaughter on MEN'S, WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING and SHOES ever attempted in this city. Yes, even in pre-war days these would have caused a sensation. Do not compare this sale with any you ever attended in the past or ever expect to in the future. So different, so phenomenal, wonder fully extraordinary, gigantic is this sale, that the good news will be scattered broadcast into every home in Palatka, suburbs and country. .. v This is WEXLER'S way of doinff things, and the crowds that attend will not be disappointed. REMEMBER ,T H I S, please; every article is from our own stock. We never have or never will offer our patrons "junk." Life's too short for deception, ahd we value our reputation too highly. , . , You Can Buy Here Now at a Small Fraction of Original Cost 300 PAIR LADIES' SHOES P air 300 PAIR LADIES' SHOES 99c Pair Don't TVViss This Sale Wonderful Bargains For Ladies and Misses Xadies Hose, 25c values, sacrificed at pr 9c Beautiful Camisoles, regular $1.50 val 98c Ladies House Shoes, $2.50 values, pr $1.39 Ladies House Dresses sacrificed at.... $1.39 Bungalow Aprons almost given away 98c Gingham Waist Aprons, each 29c Voile Waists, regular $2.50 values at Special Sale ,.- 98c Georgette Waists, $5.00 values, sacrificed at this sale at $1.98 Childrens Dresses, $2,50 values, very Special at .f $148 Ladies Night Gowns, $1.50 values at this Sale 98c Childrens Socks, 50c values, at this Sale only 25c Good Grade Ladies Corsets, special at this Sale 98c 300 pair of Ladies Shoes, $5.00 and $6.00 values at pair 99c Special Bargains in Ladies Skirts, ask to see them. Childrens Union-Alls, regular price $2.50, sale price 99c Special Bargains for Men Mens Lee Union-Alls, regular price $4.00, special at $1.98 Mens Overalls, regular $2.50 value at $1.25 Mens Work Shirts, sacrificed at........ 48c Mens Dress Shirts $2.00 values at 69c Mens Dress Shirts $2.50 values at 98c Mens Work Pants, $2.50 values at... 98c Mens Tailor-made Dress Pants on spe cial sale at pair $2.98 Mens Tailor-made Suits, regular $40.00 values at $17-5 Mens Genuine Palm Beach Suits, sacrificed at - $10.50 Mens Latest Style Hats at special prices. Mens Low Shoes, regular $6.00 val at $2.98 Mens Work Shoes, $4.00 values at $1.98 Mens Handkerchiefs, each 4c EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTIONS Pillow cases, good grades, slaughtered at 25c Seemless Sheets, regular $2.50 values, in this sale at $1.19 "Just SkDads" h4L Don't let anything but sickness keep you away Whether you live in the city, or country, come and watch your dollar stretch way out of proportion. Bring your largest shopping nag, youu warn ouy " Jg" Shoes and other things when you read the price tag on the racks. What such pscking there will be! WONDERFUL!!, nlll evdal HOW DOES HE DO IT! Others will say, NEVER DREAMED SHOES and CLOTHING Would be so CHEAP, will be among other praiseworthy remarks we expect to hear. . Because You Will Actually JBe Dumfounded At the Bargains, To Say the Least WEX D H a STORE . J. H. WEXLER, Proprietor 906 LEMON STREET " DON'T FORGET THE NUMBER---906 LEMON ST. PALATKA, FLA.