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NORWICH BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1922 msmcHBUiiEm end CoortsT 128 YEARS OLD rt af B tt Mat txaot Bundo. mini KM a Mk: Us suetb: HI BMm4 at a MdOIss st Korwlr. Cam.. n SMI MM Twbmm eta, atlBfUft fcMssMaV QMssai 4M MM MttMUl ' ttl - MtaOB r Beea. -- 9IW SJBak It Char lb WMfl jMs. Korwleh, Wednesday. Nsv. 8. 1922. SaCC TM ASSOU.TS FMS. 91m Jskss4 Viw V eSMNBS MWV ft llll' MftHMMItlflft 4 U Wft S ifft. 9ada4 n m UMtM uvUu U asset sad BM awl mm snHUnut M . CIRCULATION WEEK ENDING NOV. 4th, 1322 11.865 tries was greater than from Germany. That o( course was for what was con sidered to be the news value of the event. But even at Doom there was manifested quite the same feeline of op position and resentment to the wedding that there haa been in the past to the presence of the former kaiser in Hol land. It doesn't mean a real warm welcome to the bride. That she frs making great sacrifices seems perfectly ' apparent but even she isn't able to overcome the feel ing that has ben aroused by the remar riage of the former kaiser within less than two years after the death of the former empress. "Well, your heart's desire is grant-1 would come over more than just once in ed," the complaisant husband an-1 """""T . . , , nounced as he carved the steak. "I sold th trunk, and thM mowed . in this house today, CataJpa! I found th attie and the basement!" moaned buyer who didn't mind at an that it Is the graceful wife dolefully. And where so big and such a care and who didn't could I put my sewing machine " TBM tWITa STBIKT CROSSING. ' Much -interest Is bound to be attached ,to the efforts that have been set in mo lt ion by the court of common council I In behalf of better protection at the : grade crossing at Blghth street, where ' the life of the head of a family was re cently snuffed out, where others have had narrow escapes and where there aro coodiUaaa which soak it a decid edly bad Place for users of the high way. It is one of those blind' crossings that make it impassible for anyone go ing east to get a view of the track and in -only on direction can those, going west see aa ipproaehiog train. Located at the foot of V sharp grade the driver of a vehicle of any kind has 1 his tremble in . bringing hi team -or machine to a stop after turning in from . North Main street even though he is warned of approaching danger by the crowing tender. For those going west ' it L natural to step ea the gaa Just be fere eaeesing the track in order to make the grade tensNdittely on the. other ,ide. It Is) well, sad it to time, that It was estahMaaed whether conditions at that point aro what can be reasonably con idered safe, what -the chance are that even the careful drivers are taking at such tixjea as the crossing tender may be assent. Tbr to in tact a. potential danger at aO th creasing from Eighth street south where-tt seem as it aome measures snenld be taken -to the who. have to use them. ea report a th committee gassed to investigate make it ought to pessieM to determine whether the MgM aebttton . for the THE ELECTION KESCT.T. In an election which has been unusual ly close for Connecticut, results at a late hour make it evident that the republican ticket has been successful .throughout the state, that Senator McLean has been re turned to Washington, along- with the Ave congressmen from this state, ' and that Lieutenant Governor Templeton has been raised to the chief executive's chair, together with the remainder of the state ticket and a republican general assembly. It was an election in which democratic pie use was brought to bear in the cities andthere it is that democratic support was gained in most of the large centers of the state. . Locally, the apathy which had been in' dicated in the republican ranks and the well organized opposition gave a demo cratio victory ranging from the average of nearly three hundred majority to the 61 by Which Lee Roy Bobbins was beaten in the senatorial contest. There was evi dence that the feeling displayed in the last June election had not entirely dis appeared. ' Locally, in the state and throughout many of the states there was manifested that departure from he tremendous ma jority that was rolled up the presidential election two years ago. It was a change that was anticipated but in getting back more nearly to normalcy there were like wise some surprises. , In Connecticut democratic hopes have been dashed. It was believed to cbe yea when they could win. The state has. however, endorsed the service ren dered by its representatives in congress and spoken for the continuance of that type of businesslike state government which it has been experiencing. Con necticut has done better than those 'from without had been estimating it could do. seem to give a wnoop lor me servani question! It's flpne!" i "Holabird!" gasped tne graeeiui wire. dropping her napkin and staring at him with distracted eyes, "JJO you mean 10 say yu have sold the house over out heads and thstt we are homeless? "That this place . isn't ours any longer " I declare!" the complaisant nusoano declared in great surprise. I thought when I broke the glad news you would burst into grateful tears and hnrt your- MINE HOBBORS It is always interesting to note the progress that is beintr made in connec- tion with mine safety. Constant effort are being made to improve the situation below the surface, to eliminate recoi nised dangers, to anticipate others and to increase .the effectiveness of those who undertake rescue work when acci dent hav happened, and there exists the chance to still save human jife. Nevertheless regardless of what, has happened there are still too many in vjivnth itwi I stances where fires,-cave-ins or blasts mhMs 4a overhead hridfe nn ef-1 result in deplorable mine horrors, ceus- aismal that will actnallv warn I lrSe 1W of life and no end of the highway users at times when the J murery- l ms mV gives empnasis to flaspnan is oft duty. ltnB Iact that regardless of what is .be- who insist noon drivers atoB-lIB6 me "n wnac 18 eontempiatea sine their machines before nerotiatins I tnere is stm room tor mucn greater im an of tha serrate eressinm to th south provemenw. ah mat nas oeen oone nas WHAT THEY WANTED 'I'm going to keep my rabbits'." serted the small boy. "What'U I d with my dog?" demand ed th daughter of the house frantically. 'And I've Just got th preserve closer all cleaned and filled with . over .two hundred cans and glasses and however on earth I can move alt That oh, Hola bird, and we have so much room to spread out here " 'I thought so," the complaisant hus- sclf upon my neck! louve Deen saying band said to himself with great satis- three times a day for the last nve years I faction "Lupkins said he tried the that you did wish we could get rid of (same stunt on his family when he gnt this millstone of a mausoleum: in u"i tired f tner yells about the house they first place, we could get along with twonTed in art( they quieted down ajid after, house It worked isn't sold. less bedrooms and then it was such 1 were peaceful long on tning anu yoo "u "'"inere, too! Ni miles to get from the front room on thelirls aB(J second floor downstair to the kitchen. t hope you think you're smart r said thought youd.be pieasea: the graceful wife disdainfully, begin- But you needn t nave oeen so aprum jn t0 cat her dmner, with an apne- about it!" the graceful wite said tienvitite jt iw-t that j don-t to move ulously, fishing for her handke'rehie.. 1 gome timej Holabird, but I ' do want Tou might have taken more time an to a!)Wlt Rf ChicS- let us think it over! wny, mere are o News. many things to consiaered: l tninic it is just awful of you to have done such a thine. Holabird! ou never even telephoned!" "Gee I" said the astounded small son Have we sro'tta move? What'U the baseball club do without me and " I m the captain and everything? An' I just Stories That Recall Others Getting Mixed got my workbench fixed up down in theji8h terms slightly mixed, but in trying Dasemeni i naro. I can t be hearing angnt, me com-1 He is a stocky fellow who has. the plaisnnt latner remarnea, snajting m i reputation of giving good weight and neaa at nis cnna. unu selling rresh goods. you said "Gee, wouldn't it be nice to nvei TAre these fresh?" the housewife will over on tne nortn siae nexi pars i a where Artie lives!' I "Tea, sir," he will respond. I never heard anything more dread-1 if a man should ask the same auestion full" the daughter of the house brokeithe f,new amiie and- replies, "Yes, in iragicauy, navmg -"-linaam: last. "It does seem to me you '8 I And when he has delivered his Mode nave eonsiaerea me reet oi io """J and is about to depart it is always, "Well, A l,tM f t vt. J - J r I Q . - cause you want to- move i no reason Good for Out Ladles tor tearlns us a" upi wny, nooouj m the world will ever eome to see me now!' Why, I've Just met that perfeetly grand Lemuel Artichoke, and he is rigTjt around the corner, arfd he ha just IPLMOONIE People Notice It. Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets A pimply face will not embarrass you much longer if you get a package of Dr- Edwards' Olive Tabteta. 11k skin should begin to clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, bowels and liver with Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for calomel ; there's no sickness or pain after taking tbem. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effec tively, but their action & gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with a "dark brown taste." a bad breath, a dull, listless. " no good " feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disoosition or pimply face. Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive ofl; you will know them by their dive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa tients afflicted with liver and bowel Cunp'awfs a:l Olive TabJrts are tha immensely effective result. Take one or two nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look. 15c and 30c. tic it IjUiu&uuj a t lit - w a i in. TO HHiPa ill a The other day a woman, age SI years. went to an old ladles' home. She was so brisk and cheery, despite her deafness that every one loved her at sight. Later isne was visited by one of her old neigh- formed the habit of sort of dropping m . asked her wTheTveT , he every night, and it tsnt I home Reallv: vou amaze me, Tapioca," the comolaisant father reproached her mild- lv. "Ever since your Best menu, aiar- gerine, moved over to the north side I have heard nothing except the utterly erand .location Margerine now lived in and how nice it wa to feel oneself ur rounded bv one's own class, instead of livinsr in sueh a hit-and-miss locality we did! - You said you were just asham ed to have th arirla meet her for the card club, and it was so unpregrea- sive never to move, and tnat wnen we did move and eet in a decent plaee you were going to get an enameled bedroom set with the money grandfather sent And this wa her answer: "Well, thi is the necest. friendliest bunch of people I ever met I think every woman ought to live at an old ladies heme for a time just to learn how to be polite and sociable.". IN THE DAY'S NEWS MTJDAMA. Inconspicuous as It is. Mundmnla. you, and that you wore just sick of this,faeB llVntr eat peace parley, was old place, anyhi far fram being Unfrtcniented before the woriwar began." says a feollatin from I am sore I never mad any sueh 1 J, neaaquarters or remarks." his daoshUr told him fimlyl .bbts,iuo oomexy. sirvriKvndlv. "You lust imagine I "e oays us visitors went " ... - - . IthnMiafe W . J ; . I , . . , thiozs! Of course I snenia m gtaa to I r -""""-"i v nomi-na-ra.n move in time, but there i no sense I "D Irom Contaatinople to Brusa. The rushing things and Lemuel get home Turka Probshly chose Bruaa' port fcr so late from his office that if I were on the north side he never in the world tt Sighth street ar doing th wise thhtff- Th had grsd at Eighth street aosJkU it difficult to follow that plan. 'Adeem signals should prevent acci dents while bridge, would ellminato them - andrely. B8KWtTKO WA oin. Whew tail country put forth 'its Lib- ' bond 4 strata there were many thousands of people who invested in government bonds who had never done so before. They regarded it as a patri otic duty, and it was. Likewise it wa considered a gift-edged investment and there 1 no question hut what it was. Only those who have bach unabl to hold them as an investment hai been obliged to aaejtfle on tbem. But beeaas of the fast that many are not familiar with th detail involved m th handling of such aseurittes it teem probable that there will b those who will tow certain Interest became ef (or lmproTement an1 effOTU happily not overcome the possibility ot mine ac cidents, ' and there is no reason to ex pect that it will. The iest that can be hoped is that it will reduce the needless waste of life and eliminate those cass where it is evident preventive work is possibl. ' . . ' VWhat progress is "being made in deal- ing with such matters is indicated by the manner in which just such rescue work was carried in the recovery of the gassed and injured, following tha ex plosion in the colHel-y at ' Sp'angler, Pa. There tt was .'possible to employ the rescue squads to better advantage than it was- in the recent mine lire in CalU fornia. Conditions were decidedly dif ferent but it all accentuate the im portance of preventive measures and work in anticipation of such accidents as can be expected to occur. The situation is much better today han it wa a quarter of a century ago but there still remains plenty of room iheir own negligence. As to th prin cipal ther is ef coons no question. For btstaso it i - should be khswn that th Victory notes bearing 3 3-1 per cent rn tercet were called for re demption last Jnn. Th, date on which they were -called for redemption is the date on which th interest payment ex pire. It is of course possible to hold the bonds a long as one please with th ssi a n ii that th fax valae will .b said by th cvrnmnt hut th in terest on them has steveed. other words tt is ng since time to col lect and put the money elsewhere at in terest. Thar are. other Victory notes which call for 4 S-4 per eant Interest and cer tain of these has been oalled for re- denptioB December 1-5, meaning that Interest will not be paid after that date and thai the fall amount can be ool - leeted from the government through the basks at that time. . Notice of redemption is sufficient for those who are familiar with th hand , ling of bonds. It is for those who are not that attention is now being called being directed to that end whenever there Js that needed cooperation . be tween mine owners and the federal bu- rau of -mines. EITOKIAI. NOTES. There is always the day after aa well as the day before. The man on the -corner says: This is the day of explanations and the day when bet are due. - . You can get the explanation today whereas it wouldn't; have been possible to drag it forth yesterday. - In adopting black instead of led shirt the fascist! certainly do sot In tend to be taken for firemen. Every week-end adds to the number of auto fatalities, and there are some wno do not wait for week-ends. to th matter. They dej net desire. In all prubaljmtj, to loss ' ana -interest money end they will not if they sur render their bonus in accord with th government notioes of redemption, eon cernlng which the bank are always glad to furnish information. The fellow who has stopped cutting his lawn is probably counting the days till it will be necessary to wield the snow shovel. -. i - .THB MAltBIAO AT DOOfcH. ' It isn't to be supposed for a moment that the .former kaiser wa thinking of nyona except himself when ha mar ried for th second time. That it i not pleasing to . a great number 6f ethers has long since been apparent. It hasn't pleased his family, it haant pleased his monarchist followers. It hasn't- pleased th people of Holland or Doom. - It 1 of course recognised that while there are those monarchists in Germany whs win never depart from their firmly ' held desires for ths return of a- mon archy in that -country, K is likewise ?p- "Others wanted kaiser," says Princess Hermine. Probably, but nothine- rem. pared wiUs what a great number did a few years ago. "si It seems the allies have been putting greater reliance in the Turkish nation alists than they were justified in doing .by past experiences. . . Jo&xft Anniversariet meir comerence with allied renresesta. ttvss because Mudania i. the nearest town in the neutral son of th strait territory, to their chief Asia Minor city, which hes just across the line where the Turk rut ia absolute. When the Marmora was vet an 'in land Turkish sea the boat from Constan tinople to Mudania was apt to be lato 1814 The British ship Lewder eap-l crowueu, ana many travelers com- tured the American privateer I pewy wscuoss irom porters schooner General Putnam off I no sustom orneiais. wrul the trip Cape Sable. I waa wholly within Turkish waters the lS47jean Casimir-Perier. president of ""-y vonsianiinopie long jeviM a tax the French republic, born in I on out-going mggage. and it was a sayin raris. Died there, March ll,l"t, at amjeania, one Bad first to pay 1907. . i get on u per and then pay again lMl-Mesars. Mason .and Slidell, the I to get off. Confederate envoys to England! "I'etty annoyance csanot whoJly mar and France, were taken from the I a trio across the Marmora, and the west steamer Trent. 1870 Negroe were permitted to vote for the first time in Michigan. IS Sarah Bernhardt made her American debnt at Booth's thea tre. New -York. 1885 Sir Donald Smith drove the last era traveler who views the Asiatic coast line of this placid lake for the first time 'has a sight of rare beauty and probably ! surprise. Capes and islands.- bays and ' forested 'shore, make tha approach to al most 'any point between Chanak , and Ismid a seen of beauty. And the mid- HOME MADE MAYONNAISE " and . RUSSIAN .DRESSING THUMM'S DELICATESSEN 40 Franklin Street A REMARKABLE SALE OF HOSIERY It will begin today and continue throughout the week. These special offerings represent manu facturers' surplus stocks and close-outs from jobbers. The re&3t& tBh$j 25 to 33 1-3 per cent This is a good time to lay in a supply of Hosiery at sub stantial sayings. On Sale Beginning Today Sport Hosiery, 48c Bulletin Pattern Service spike 1 in finishing the Canadain I elty of the south Marmora shore,aludana, Pacific railroad 2, MO. miles west of Montreal. . lto The first stat election was held I m Wyoming. , 1311 Arthur J. Balfour resigned the leadership ef the unionist party in ISreat Britain. 1921 John F. Hylan was re-elected as mayor of New York city. 1921 Austria and umted states ex changed ratifications of peace treaty. Today's Birthdays Rene Vivianl, French statesman and former premier, born in Algeria, 61 years ago' today. - Henry S. Drinker, president emeritus of Lehigh university, born in Hong Kong, China, 72 years ago today. Lawrence T. Sherman, former .United States senator from Illinois, born - in, Miami county. O., 64 years ago today. "Upon landing, the illusion of a quaint and pretty town, nestling among hill side panels ot . olive groves, mulberry trees and vineyards, is dispelled. Aftr one look at th ditches that do for streets th passenger usually was willing -to take the etrfieat conveyance for Brusa, some fifteen miles tb the southeast. i 'Thi railway, built in the tarly nine ties ,ud to be cited as n example of the Turk's inaptitude for engineering pro jects. After the line was built' at extra vagant cost the Turkish government bought locomotives not adapted to me tracks' and grades, and looked them up for some years while the new-laid rails rusted, and the wagon road to . Brusa was In almost impassible condition. "Even the critical had to. admit that the road to Brusa, barring thsbumps, was- a delightful experienee. The hill side stretches' of m olives and grape and mulberry- illustrated western - Asia Minors major function or supplying iux iure to the Western World. 'Silks, tobaoco, figs, olive oil and cere als eonatitnt the normal exports of 4 I 7 T , A POPTTI.AR MODEL. Coet dress styles ham been redismv- ered and are snown this man in mu attractive versions. The design her por trayed has very simple lines, and is easy to develop. It is good for veldyne. kasha, proadoolth or velvet. Tne pattern is cut in seven sixes: 34, 36, 08. 40, 42. 44 and 4t inches, bust measure. A 3S-inch sixe nsuiru S &.1 yards of 40-inch material, The width at the foot is 2 1-8 .yards.- s Pattern mailed to anv address nn re ceipt of 10 cents in silver or stamps. oena is cents in sliver. or stamps ror our Up-To-Date Fall add Winter 1J22- 1923 .book, ot Fashions. Send-your order to 'The Bulletin Pat. tern Dept.. 11S. Fulton SU Brooklyn, N Y J -- Tgvjtli TT a A., chief of the ordnance department, rila.yat. of .Bre .M--4" trr, m eore1s- SS vears aia today. I neiore tn treaty oi o w Stanley R. Harris, lnfielder of- the I p Washington American - league baseball team, born at Port Jervis, N. T, 36 years ago today. IN THE PUBLIC EYE Ban Johnson Wants tb strike a bloty at one form of gambling. , He should get that great volume of support' which any such effort deserves. ' - . That new, snto fuel from , South Af rica which contains , prickly , pear juice and other chemfcals might have an ap peal for other than auteists. rn too a ridse some eight miles from Mudania -th trsvwter look baoh nnon th red tiles and white houses si tne port. and forward toward Brusa, perched upon the rim nf a ribbed valley, with mow crowned Mt. Olympu T4ing behind this 'gem ity of Asia Minor "Brusa, city of mosques and th tomb f saltans, first ul of tn ititk w4wr alear mountain stream tneKie Prof, Michael J. Popin, who is to be I through th streets, atones lor tne trip the chief aneaJrer at the National Per-1 from Mudania. But Brass, is another aonnel Cnnventinn vhieh meets in Pitta-1 afnrv. bnrrh todav. hasTheen called the kine of i "Tf th railroad ran beyond "Bruaa. Mu the telephone. His achievements in.thedanis, wight enjoy greater prosperity, as field ot science have Been many,, but the I th port of on of the richest agncyrurai invention which brought him most fame I region of Asia Minor. Instead Pander was : the "loading" coll which made I ma, to the west, aa th terminus of the transcontinental and ocean telephony 1 railroad to Smyrna, - completely eclipse possible. Professor Pupin is a' eerb. His parents were peasants. He came to America as' a stowaway, and aid not have a dollar when he landed. - He worked as a farmhand in Maryland, and as a shampooer in a Turkish bath in New York. He saved a little money and entered Columbia university. In- 1818 he wa graduated at the head of his class; Then he took post-graduate course, ffrst at Cambridge, England,- and then at th University of Berlin. , Upon his return,- in 1881 be- was appointed "to" rrtsKpresent position as professor of eleetro-mschanics at Columbia. - : Trundling the Victor in a wheelbar row or-Hfcttins- vii. Va-1 mA ,itn parent that they are ant hajjnt such an defeated candidate is actually elected. It is all the same.' Someone has to be the Idea upon - th return of Wilhetm Ho Wnsotlern Jto the rhrdae. That has been Abandoned for they realise that should Anything of the kind . take plao it would b neoessary to look to a Joung r. generation. .'--' .': But howi Germany looked upon - the wedding is likewise, displayed by the small interest manifested, the few Oer kian newspapers that wer represented kt Doom, and th apparent recognition f tb -fact that by tin second marriage bs . removes . himself from all chance of being considered for the head of th German stat again and thus becoming tore than, ever a private citixen. " riMBS"! tin wmUaaua tanrQwr-ooij- Ttier is always someone to complain. A. short time ago there was ; worry be oaus ther Vera so many idle; freight cars. Now the worry is because, there are not enough cars to meet the ' de mands. -,' ::"-f" ';, ..;; That rum laden schooner caught off Block Island and allowed to go because the Jury considered It was driven there by a storm has left for an unknown des tination -but there's- nothing to prevent it from encountering another serious storm. . f- ' . . WITH ROAST MEATS Fjth, Cam, Poultry jstrveerve Yorkshire , Pudding or a stuffing flavored with. BELL'S Saagening If grocer will not supply yon, send 10c for samplepackage ana mt cms bulk giving ho. tel and houa noia recipes. Ilk fireeer for Ball's . Stitoiilng Mudania, with only its short line to Brusa. Counting some 4,800 Greeks. Mu daaia's normal nspulatioo was only . 009. The Greeks, of course,, have de parted bat many Turks have clustered Cashmere Hosiery 35c Infants' White Cashmere Hosiery, with silk heels and toe Special price 3Se a pair, value 50c. Sample Hosiery, 79c I Boy' and Girls' Three-qsarter length Weol Hosiery principally sues S 1-2, 9 and 9 1-2 Special price 79c a pair, values up to $t50. Burson Hosiery,' 29c On case' of Women' Burson Fash ioned Hosiery, in blaok Special price 29c a pair, value 48c. Burson Hosiery, 39c Women' Burson Hosiery, blaok with white feetlso black with ribbed tops Special price 39c a pair, value 50c . Fleeced Hosiery, 29c One case of Women's Outsize Fleecy -lined Hosiery, black only Special price 29c a pair, value. 39c. Extra Size, 39c One ease of Burson Esjtra SiS; Hosiery, in Lisle, black only o Special srioe 39c pair, valae 50c Fibre Silk, 48c One oase of Women's Blaok Fibre Silk Hosiery, seam in ths back Special price 48c a pair, value 59c B Women's and M isses' Moreeriss Ribbed Sport Hosiery, black and nude color Special price 48c a pair value 53c. Sport Hosiery, 59c Women' Sport Hosiery, heather mixtures, with silk clox Special price 59c a pair, value 79c Silk Mixed, 59c Women' Silk Mixed Sport Hosiery, in a good variety of color combina tions special pries psc a pair, sub standards ot flW grade, English Hosiery, $1.29 Women's English Weol Ribbed Sport Hosiery our own imports- non aeeciai pne ais a pair. value lu. English Hosiery, $1.4S Women' English Wool Ribbed Sport Hosiery our own imports. tiorwopeetai price ai.SB a pau value aifs. Silk and Wool, $1.48 Women' Silk and Wool Snort Hosiery, all ths nsw het her- mix tures Special price S1.4S a value S1.75. . Silk and Wool, $1.95 Women's Silk and Wsol Hosiery, with hand slex, heather I mixtures special prise al.90s ular value 12L2S. . . i Uassr MM I t ro4e mxtnr. Mathiessw.etCsiisisaa nl ' sBthssAPilleylDdssyrWSSjBSflsel hsusi, mgck dresser ttaa ta U mrs.- , STSf, OSMSS.ll. Whss (oSsriag tress' J , Backache, Rhcrusatism, Lama ""-t mjoney OC PiSiVler, "FOLEY IflDIiETFIUS TonietnActiesi Quick to Clsa Good Remember - This Is the Day of the One-Cent Sale of Quality Brand Aluminum Ware SALE STARTS WHEN THE STORE OPENS -THIS MORNING AT 8:30 A. M. COME EARLY I COME EARLY-! Hundreds of articles of Household Utility to select from, and inasmuch as some of the articles are in limited quantity, it will pay to be on hand when the sore opens. Divided Into Three Price Groups : AT lc An assortment of 24 useful articles, reguiaf value 10c to 25c AT 49c An assortment of 17 articles of general household utility, value 75c to $1.00. AT 99c An assortment of 23 articles in Aluminum Ware, value $1.50. to $2.50. No telephone or mail orders no pieces reserved noCO.D. N One Cent articles limited to one piece with each pur chase of larger articles while they last .-w-ei.V '. T. a' ' C "r( . -jM. .,4Krh1 JltA EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN WOMEN'S APPAREL Suits Coats Dresses ON SAlk TODAY $15.00 SUITS, AT $15.00 . Women's Navy Poiret Twi! Suits, 38-inch Cost, cut on straight lin offered at leat than cost to make On sale today at S1SA0, actual valu COATS, AT $15.00 Woman's Twsei Coats enly 1$ Coat in thi offering of plaid bsek material, else SS to 42 On sals today at $15.00. Early salectian reeemmended. DRESSES, AT $15-0Q One rack of . Women' Silk and Poirst -Twill Dress these dressed have been taken from pur tins of regular 2SjOO dresses Choose today at 15X0. . - FUR-COLLARED COATS ; $35.(K) to $89.50 Rmrkbl v(ss today, ia " Fur-Collartd Colts. Of up-. arlativa mttariala,' in style for both woman and mi, with hndoma Fvr Cellar and Cuffs a splendid range at S3SM ta $li0 every garment a sseciaJ valua. I All at i wb l it- c i- - 1 1 H - I'f" : Xti ' " ' 1 v t 44 t I 14 - v., 4 i 1 i) .