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THURSDAY, AIT.rST 23, 1917.
COURT AGAIN UPHOLDS MAYOR Has Kipht To Try Saloon Complaints, Judge Hally Rules The right of Mayor Marx to ir\ case men ami*i'd of violating *itv ordinances and to revoke their It «• uses if they are found guilty was attain established \\’« dnesday ntorn *iiK by Judge Hally, in circuit court Asa i* u!t, the mayor will resume trials of such cases as rapidly as they arc presented t,, him. Ihe d< vision via; ,»n the injunction brough* by the Gorman tafe. on Elizabeth M. west, • njoining the mayor from proceeding with the trial of rha rip • against his place. Corporation t ounsel Ping* man appear* dln behalf «»f th*- mayor and moved that the injunction be dis Halved and this was allowed by th<' <ovirt. Judg* Hally, hoyvever grant rd a slay of .'!<• day to give the cab proprietor an opportunity to appeal to the sitpr* n»e court If he felt -a, incliuvd This stay will prevent Mayor Marx from taking up ’h*' ten 'i.Ui ii e a* present, but lie may tesutm oihej trial' of a similar n.< tun when he t* turn.' from his \a «at ion n* \t week The Evening Story Corduroy ( lad. (Copyright. loltt. by W Wormr > ' '■ '■ —■ -- ■ . — w, .. . “Seems to me, |)’am>." sad hide Rim's lather r* fleet Ively. "that |'d sort o’ discourag* the corduroy f»*l 1* r ’’ “For why?*' asked th*- girl, h* r lips hardening a little toward a straight line “Oh. on general principles. I guess," ch-uhtfully "I don't seem to grasp on any one thing in partb ’hr, ’less it’s b.is cordu oy .-•* Don't eer-m a If a feller with any gel up would ni.»k< corduroy so much of a tiU'ine "You wear them, father " “So 1 tin, honey, in moderation ft'it I go* Sunday i loth* I change i «<n laird s <la> Ia n't a thin* tg corduroy as a garment, mind, an iwriptur’ don't say a thing ag in cm. It’s the runnin’ into the ground so To my certain knowledge, h* - wore them corduroy breeches two months an' * half hand runnin’, to work, an’ t,> church, an’ to fl bin . ;.n’ to loafin' mostly the last "He n» vi r struck me as lazy or ph .f'less " Nor me," candidly. "I’ll say th *■ for him H'* helped m, a who!* <i.i with 1 >em . workin' ltk< a lam-i «fir*. an' didn’t know how, for L** blistered his hands s* atid'lo Wouldn’t take a o n’ f.at P, • ithc An' he cut ail th*- wood for V\ i»ld< r Davis, an’ Jumped on Tcfffffs rilin’ waggin fin' sdd garden -a- a I day when Tefft sprained h>- ankb An* he’s done tweft*' other thing of the same sort that's conic to me *ne way an' snot' er, in u* ver '"**;. h cent pay for ’em That's what worries nm I could wear corduroy* myself right an’ no hlatm bein' an old codgci nobody notice. Hut he’s i young, wep o-t up f«»! 1 • quirk actin' an' fr» nd!y spoken, an' i smart’s a steel trap. Seems as If he «.light to have more H up Folk - have got to callin' him T’nrduroy 1 ( lad,’ which is no name I'd care b>r a von ;n !v« <vf mine to liaae." “Father”’ ‘‘Son :n law of mine to have," r* peafed tie old man. c.tlti.iy "it's what 1 am try in’ to ge* ’round to in' |m|»r< on voti, !>’nmy I>, •'<>ut t-• him all >mi c n II now h* ’ • th* b* *♦ looker round an’ 'he !»••** -m er an' the best tailor an' player on firing instrument an’ t» • planner nn’ w hit h am t n the Uni <>' It conrarin' I mean >o say, \ to the steady wearin' o’ corduroys. I know, for I hung him an* hi old •n' | down from *h* d* pot an' he tor** a t rouser b g b\ Jumpin' out an holditv' a -kittmish hors for an old woman while an automobile went fearin' by That tore place he afterward tied up with a whit* *tring *howln' he ; can't handle an* • fib Iv< se*n j that white string r* g'lir tint* at Snake Trained To Steal For Its Master; BIRDSEYE. Ind, Aiur 21 The l lorn I vigilance committee, organized here nftrr hundreds of <1«»lInr«« worth of poultry, hams, egg* and milk had been stolen. has disbanded, after catching th«> thief It proved to ho h huge tnllk snake, trained In thievery by Henry l/io*r, a squat tor living In a ravo n« ar town Two month* ago farmer* fotind their *mnke hou*e* nnd spring hotmoa w rr#» being entered nty* tcriow*ly and the choicest pro vi*lon* taken The town conatable sleuthed for a month with no surcc**. Farmor* aaf up all night wtth f-hot guffs trying to trap tho fhlof, hut provisions would be atoh n right undor thoir eye*. treated with grrat success. No Knife. No Pain, (consultation free; 2to 8 P M. “Qintc” 6 West Warren Ave., Room 13, N. W. Comer Woodward. church an’ all A* t u mostly loafin’, I know that, too, for I own up I took n shin* 1 to the bov first off. an' went oo'l to his rump pretty of'en. An' h*» was forever an’ all the time lyin’ in an old hammock he’d rigged up, readln' one book or another. •Ts there any harm in reading?" No, 'cept the reader he a strong, healthy young m m. wno could be at work earnin’ steady money, an’ who don’t seem to have hut one pan’ o’ * orduroy pants to hi' name An', oh ion, there is one other thing That first day 1 asked him point blank what was hi. name nn’ h*> grinned riow n at hi pant an’ -aid to call him 'Corduroy Clad,’ which was good enough. That's all anybody knows, tho you've been savin’ Mr. Clarence when lie conics to -ing an' roll out Ids easy talk Anybody hut him would get bm-hful spell* In a lady pi'!,, iv iif \\. a* in' mc I it.' bill ♦he .•me while -trine niend**d *•*. duroys. All of w hi* h brings me round once more to savin’ discourage him f t • as ou ran ll*' told me he’d come for three months when I asked him point plant an’ two an’ a half <>f * m’s gone now First we know he il be llghtin’ out some night, corduro; ** an’ all, an' forgettin' to pay no ground r**n* for his camp." "He’s asked me to go with him to i the count v fair the* *' weeks from ; now" remarked Oid*arny in a voice a- i,t 1 tit as l,**r lather's. “That’.s a we* k ov-r three months. And aft'*r j that w.'rr to have some boating on the river. Clarence —” “Chir*m«< ag'in," objected hr fath* i, scowling ''jest when I'm giviu' you ica sons for til.'con rag ill him Likely he’ found our I’m pr»-tty w** II flv and. an’ d*»n’t see n<» r* .isoii to hat Aio lx hint-elf * irnln a brand-new pair o' corduroys Thinks he’ll fi f* n himself to tne , lik*' <in a r plant orchid Hut I tch v• >u plain, P’amy. that, whlb 1 I’h willin' all' able *•» give a farm to !Uiv steady, h ir*l wtirkin' s* nin law I lik*-, I ain't goin* to throw no farm ■ into a haininot k nor yet on** up on |it planner to sing oyt of no. nor I 'ain’t roing' t<» buy no corlutoy ; hr* i'* l > - for a \v< Min’ gift, neither ( \n’ till I've got to be fair 1 do Ilk* 'la lazybones, corduroys an' all !h« n't ever ay ’Clarence’ nor think ’Clar* nee ’ Snap him off as '('o<du I rev* to Ills f.ice, an’ look t oth*-' J wav. If yt don’t lie’ll be a skin y* t* marry him, the scwntp, an'. b*'tn i a gal, y * ’ll hk* ly v ■ noi -. y w ' i "Why..father.” rnnf* sed Dldrmav a light In her <s, "he did ask nn that v*ry thing when he w;*- t*v«'r this morning, ami I u a!d yes H*t father stared n* her, hi month opt nirig *n*l < losing l ! might l..i\' known it,’ he finally prorn* I. tlNmally. ".*se* in’ so much t,f the 1 iz\ IxiTtes nn' r* .'tillin' ' "W ; ’ tongue w ■ il* and. Iwn • d'tly f*>r ! warn* *! 1 s'pose h*» sanl for it to ! I.* iti rhureh n Surtlay. with th I whole congregation invit' and, nn' he'll ! wear the <*l«i st t mg-mendert cordtt | toys.” H*’ walk'd twice across th*' I mom. hi- h* il b< n* and his hands jin hi' pockets, th*n slopped "Won ,|er ’ ' e r< unp -l. a littl* hop* fully. ' "If he’d b» willin' for me to lend him la pair o’ my Surnlvv pants for th* ceremony? For all hi* • u°y way* the*«'s omethln* 'bout t'or*luroy 1 Clad that make* nn*- feel hi* *'. could • nap if he f* It in a mood to j let 'em Ship ks' I'd Jesi lik*- to j arc an’ give hint » g'>*>d shakin’ th* | puppv* \n’ still, 1 • 'po'-e if he and ; come in right n**w an' gt in at m* i? he wav h.e d*>e:. '* sh •«*pi• h I >, "what I I'd shai.' would be his hand That'® the way 1 f*-cl '. out h'm \\d t lil ■ought to ilott* would beer to <li Ifovirag* him fr*vm th*’ herinnln * Hens r th< Sumbi\ pint', it'd" i' your nn mention*-*! *>-m •h* < uld ptiT th* t.ykln' In a betf* r light I do h *tc t * think o’ them < orduroy Jrn a robin’ tip the middle *t th I church, w ith folks already t tlkin ; hOUt ’* tn ’’ |>vb in:y ha'tehcd “1 think th* ■ »orduroy * look aery w> !l on 1 int, ' f.'itl <•• " 1: ' 'ana thing would ! put you needn’t worrs The cere ' ■ on w- u't coni' off' till a year : ah* ad t'lnrenc hut yonder h»* j coni' nova. He can ti ll you better j him.self" \ hror.i should* rwd. frank faced ! voting fellow swung tip to *he hM|r : porch he id ° hint His ke* n, quiz- I ziral eyes read the news in their ! faces. "So D'anty told you, daddy?* 1 he chuckled. "I.ook her*', don’t you ever call me Tt'amy again” cried the girl There was talk of wltcheraft and ghosts until Hill Green. a member of th< vigilance committee, mot tho 1 nako on a road one night with 11 lug ham in It* mouth. <;ro»>n pursued, hut tho snako droppod tho ham and escaped A mooting of tho vigilance com mitt 00 was rallod and Mol Rose, president proposed « strategy which resulted In tho rapturo of tho snake and It a mastor \ holo, Just largo onough for tho snake to enter, waa cut in Roar’* aprlr.g houao and a largo can of swootnod tnllk placed on tho floor. Astor the snnko had consumed tho tnllk It* body waa ao swollen that if could not got out, and It was i ap tur* and Momhora of tho contmitfoo, ex- P» i t In handling anako*, thon Hod a rord around Its neck and It led thom to tho cavo, where |>k>«o waa found with onourh supplies to koop hint for two y* ara. Tho snake will t>o addod to tho monagorlo* in tho park roo. whoro alroady there are »u owl and a red squirrel. TOLEDO WOMAN WORKERS FIND “ROMPERS” GOOD TO ROM I* IN AS WELL AS TO WORK IN '■ <*« ® A rS '\'i and \ j . I . t ry'> ijr ..rtijskf r * VI dwR W "What’s cos ing over you? You Pe\ r | ~ ' l>addy'v influence, standing there !'*•- d* . 1 v. ( tjili i• and If it w*i ild niak- your *;■ < s fIA h I w.int'd t<* *■«■ how you’d lo«*\ li it way "An' say, I don't wan’ any daddy husin* ■ s in thi* till til! He * ouldn’* *|ui'* flni-h the sen ton*''', but no<hi and. Th*' young man look'd down' at 1 mS* If iii puzzled vvond*-r "Well, now ,” he pond'-rctl, " ind l’v* b> *:i so -olid <*f tlvm .*<> proud I i.f”. • ■yen hi\*- struft* and “min \nd m t.itb..• r v uulil he pi mid, too, if he km w perhaps It's the s*ring I art tint th* string is rath* r conspicuous and off' color” "It’s 'h< whole Marne pants," <\ ploded :! • old tn.iii TANARUS! • >’:«' get tin’ on my nerve-. An’ I’v* bet ti used to corduroys all my Ilf*, to*> Tli»> d'in’t s*»in t.gh' on you. w..k in an’ week out " Hut th** hand that ti,nl h*» n m sohttrly put behind him now *• xteid* 1 its if and was gra*;. * *i with warm cordiality. "I*nn't -*•< tn ngl ' on tnr ‘ > '' inn ••*! th* young mart in .* pain*al voice "l w,i - beginning m regard them as ■i d*'eoratii’n. *' p< eiaily the dangling sti *ig Like a brawny workman, you know hard-handed son "f toil, skewering his clothes together In any old wav. h< ing such a trivial matter h* side th* r* i! work of 11f»• . ” H«* grinned at tl <nt affably. "This '.v th*' tirst pair of cordurovs 1 ever ».wned,” he * \plained “ftr t of any What is Castoria PASTORIA is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nar rotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating tho Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep, The Children's Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 3C years, has borne the Signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-Qood” arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment, N,"t l oner •■> 1* H. 1! Dra-'lm Ui . ass® ! @ssßl r*vtc.«wl AVc ,, .' , b'th' IV.'pir'b 'a.ofA' J ii'fsj y »iir.i!nlm<lUic!oodtty Rpi«U» ■ -r JN Thereby’ iVomcthi (hccTfutnc-tvaiid i H neither Opinm.MorpMne nor :/ :.%> Mineral Not Na»c.oticl *t f r ! ***»■ JOMflru.n ll /rrjr* '-'I i /V» “>£n \ lljx , jhrUby* * ytfj I i *4l '.M '&? rr SSUsJ! A !*SA hclpfnl Kernel fa j Anrt * ,|flrr ‘ nnd •'» j lj/t.O I.OS* l)f slfi S M 1 CttJtfK™--. L.-~ V w. . DETROIT TIMES It's <*ff with the petticoat and "’i with th* pantaloons for girls in Toledo fartori* . Th* -e pietur* I *v women * tiipU>>*'s «>f the Saxon Manufacturing company i nd*. lor w •i, or play in ov* rails d* signed by Herman Saxon, head <>f the company Donned first to make woman's war work more convenient, the girl erapl find the "rompers*” an Ideal gar men' for outdoor re< r* ation, m w hi* 1 • • ire enenurag* dby factory heada. "Th* new garments make women * t •• It>si- conspicuous to men than the old flimsy waists, - ’ is th* Toledo \*idiet. <rf rtf working •• 1 *»t 1 * . I’m going !■* have them framed under gin.- Hefore | got out ibis far 1 worked . week planting potatoes, nought the corduroys and t-tit and son) t?nng to eat with what 1 earned. I lav* n’t com father a *-n the whole ummer. Told him 1 wouldn't ml h* snorter! irv't*■•lulity l»ug inio my hooks, too, so I know the passing "ill he ail right Naim's sal*." "What are yi drivin’ at?" ptizzleu 'he old man The young fellow trtok a le't* ’ from hi [irK'k* ( ami looked at it al fectionately “Front father," he sattl. "(Tot It at the postofllce in. t no" H*' take back everything li* ail Wants rn* to come home, ra! 1 ca.i <lo jus' as l like. (Had he tool water before finding out I'd fulfilled ; all tL* condition', and more He'll ■ hr- all Ihe better plea- < and ” | “He inns I like you a lot, Ml ItTriaves,” smiled Dldeamy. “What made ye tell D'antv your name, an’ not m ’?” demanded th*' old man testiiv. "NYTiy er. you asked me a lift! too point blank, you renumber. Am! ■list then the corduroys and tl •dr i purpos* h* Id quite a prominent plaC" |in tny min i D'an v. my wife- to h* had some rigid to know.” The old man sniff**! "Old folks 1* ft out th* * days," h*» grumbled ‘Tsed to come to them first in such Muine-s Hut that name Greaves ' i (Tre.av* sound' sort n if I'd heard it -out* w! ere Nam* of our rail road pr* sal* n», ain’t it "Yes. wants rn* t<* b arn railroad inc. too, conn as 1 fini-h rm .ear at j college, from v bleb I w * suspend*'*! ; for t**o much football and ofh**r oth | b'ties," was the answer. "Father wants me to lit myself to sucre* *! | him ” Then Hdlowed some linin'* I licihle words, for tlu voting mi*i Letters from Prominent Physicians addressed to Chas. 11. Fletcher. Dr. AlWrt TV. Kahl. f HufT >. N. Y., *ny : "I Lave twd Castoria in my practice for the past y«..r. I rogai lit a.< a:, om* lient medicine for children.” I>r. Gustaro A. niftcnrracLrr, of St. r.iv.T, ?.llrn , rrt"?: "I bare n*M your Castoria repeatedly In r.r practice with good re and can rccom* mend it as an excellent, mild nnd harm lets remedy f r «n ren.” Dr. H. J. Drnni.t, of ft. Mo., says: "I have used and preserthed your Cantoria la rr.y ganitarium nr 1 outside practleo for a number of year* and find it to l e an excelieLt rer.< \y for rhll<lren ” Dr. G. A. Durhanan, <f Diiii .d* 1; hla, Da , say* "I have used your Cas* toria la the rare of : y own 1.. y a .<1 find it pleaxant to take, and hava obtained excellent results from i 1 uso.’* Dr. ,T. D. Eitnpson, of Chicago, 111., ray*: **l have used your Castoria Iff rates of colic la children and have found it tho b* ot medl ;ae of its kind on tho market.” Dr. Tt. B. Eekildrton, of Omaha, Nrh., *aya: "I fnd your to be g S'undard family remedy. It is the best thing for tnUats and children l have ever known and I recommend It.” Dr. L. U. Hohinson, of Kansas City, Mo., rays: "Your Gastorfs certainly tas merit. Is not Its years, and the many nttcmrts to imitato It, sutT lent recommendation? What ran a phyniciaa add? Lravo It to the mother * Dr. Edwin F. Pardee, cf Mew York City, pay* ”I\ r ••wnl voar* 1 hav* recommended your Castoria and rV.all always continue to do so, as it has invariably produced eial r- rulta.” Dr. N. B. Slr.er, of Brooklyn, X. Y., ears: "I r’ Ject to what are eaiie-l patent medicines, where mc.l. r alone knows what it gradients are put ia them, but l know tho formula of your Castoria and advho its use.” GENUINE ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought VM » Cf N tkuN CfIMSgNV at rw- VOf»** Clf V, ‘1 turned, with hi* face \* V close •«. th.- uitTf 1 . ■ I•» i :'. r! |> shameless!" snorted *■. old m,m, as lo- hurried away. \r; .'.till. I rinl to ho fair I dun tu*. ’ * Cheap Enough. K ) I : ! d- 1 Jones “I'id you yet that mininp ! - • »< k at a h;irßain ?" Hniw n "Yes; I Rave other min ini; stork for tt.” Lots More. Mor Adt inr Vour lister has I surh boautiful hair. lb- Sn.'l limber- You haven't *-en a quart*!- **f it yet. Hundreds of dose* ndants of .lona- Mia Fairbanks, who came from ! Unh'lnnd in 1 and settled in th* town of I>* dhani. Mass., are to Rath er at ’in old Ka riwiks homestead at Hedhun today for th*- annual r«* uni* ’ of tie Fairbanks family in America PUT AWAY FRUIT JUICES FOR , JELLY WHEN SUGAR IS CHEAP , By BIDDY BYE. Houaewivec who have abundant fruit to care for may welcome the new** that fruit juices may he ster ilized ;»n«I bottled without sugar and mad* into jelly when sugar is cheap er, or at a cooler and more convent ent season. This plan also saves storage room. Much Juice can be stored in half gallon cans In a small space while jelly Jars take up a large amount of shelf room. Any julee left over front running and preserving may he saved for jelly. A government expert says with the bottled Juice the housewife can make a gr<at*T variety of Jellies, as Junes which will not jell ran be put up when the fruit is ripe and combined later with fruits that will jell, or fruits ripening at different seasons can be combined. To put up unsugared fruit Juices for Jelly making proceed exactly ns if jelly were to be made at the time Cook the fruits until they are soft and strain out the Juice thru a flannel bag. If the bag Is «i pointed one, the draining will be accomplished in a shorter time because of the pro* sure of the pulp. Heat and pour while hot Into bottles previously scalded. I.ca\e no air apace between juice and seal. Place the filled sealed bottles on their side-, tn water near the boiling point, and keep them in the bath 30 minutes Make uro that the corked or sealed end Is under the hot water \c soon as the Telephone Cherry 4420. Grocery Cos. In the *mlth Hnllillng. Slate and firll wold. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY Orders amounting to fl nr prior* delivered anywliar* In fho city If street 1m paved. ToJrphnno and C. O. D order* aollclted. QAIIP White Soap 10 6c CAp I wUHI or Blue Ribbon lwßarSvww I I XVlth order* of }1 or more of other Roods. I «■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■! sinnkril llnm». hnlf nr Oft whole, lb 6HC I nrnrd lleef, OA <-"c llntnhuru Monk. freah ' h'*pped. -l (* ib IDr t enl f r -t •' w Oh 1 ng. Ih l.obnter. nrw Ot pack ran 1 C ike ahrlmp, 1 *)_ wet pai'k, nan '•pliiioii, 1 n „ fnn<-> ran * Kippered Herring. 1 P ln>n*’d. oan I *)C Mnrnront or *pngh el tl. Q large pk g . . OC F.m apornted Milk. Noneauch, lobby's or Buckeye -t (J fall ran I 6C Coronnill, freeh prat ed In or I r Inal -(/A milk. 1 2c ran illC I'nmlce ««np. for merhanicM, -j 2 t.n rs . I t»C Hotter. Tune Uose T'rrn mer\ . t ** ib 4.)r *un»tilne tlnrtnrlne. fn. $1.30 Hip- lllliri, !•" an r \ California*, 1 O pint lr?c Saturday Specials in Friday News and Journal SAVINGS BANK Fori and Grisv\old Streets CONS£f?ZA T/ZE. 'SAFE.AHO_Sr/?OHG) Travelers’ Checks If you have never used Travelers’ Cheeks you have den'ed yourself one of the real conveniences of travel. They insure against possible loss and do away with lon# waits and delays in identification. Wherever you go you wll find your money available at all times for the mere signing of your name. Safrty Deposit Fiords f t Per Annum Resources More Than $30,000,000 BRANCH OFFICES: | «.rar,d Rhrr. Qfltlot MlrMjran. 1491 Woodward. TSn Woodw »rd. 147!» . Prnadwav and . r !M Oakland corner Holbrook bottle* ar» cool cover the cork with a paraffin neal. To make Jelly from the Merlltzed Juice, teat lit* Jelling quality, add the proper amount of augur, and proceed as In making Jelly from freshly expressed Juice From the unsugared sterilized juices of currants, apples, t ral)ap ples. and grapes, kept from nine to IS months, the bureau of chemistry, United States department of agri culture, recently made jellies of ex cellent texture, flavor, and color. The Girl's Job > ■ ■ ■ ■ 4- BY JESSIE ROBERTS. Can You Carpenter? There used to he a good old joke that never wore threadbare about •he woman and the hammer and tiie nail with the resulting catastrophe of smashed Ungers and lost Temper Hut now it seems likely that It will he quite an ordinary thing for a girl to reply, should you ask her what her work was, "Why, I’m a carpenter" There are not many women car penters in America yet, but there ! are some. With the new conditions we are facing there are likely to be more. In England hundreds and hun dreds of young women have feered to do carpenter work at the ; front They are employed in put Ming up arrrn hill* These huts are t heeae. Fancy Mich igan m iid. 29 c Potato OA home mnde, Ih wi"C Pill*- Feet. 1 C best pickled Ih 1 tfC Flnnim Hnddle. beat maritime i Q fl«h. Ib IOC Iml Flak, Ih 20c Freali I'l* h, I* re*h Sturßcnri in fi teak. lb. .. 4• > C Fr» ,-h Halibut QA M«nk, lb OUC Fresh Salmon e\n Steak. Ib. 4.. C Fresh caught White Flat), lb 6*fC Fresh Ocean fc\ | Flounders, lhl<£?C Fresh caught OAT Trout, lb. . 6*3C Fresh Channel nj* (’at Fish. Ih £.>C Fresh caußht QJ- Hull Heads. Ih. 6*)C Fresh caught QQ !>1 lb 66C Fre h caught c\(\ ■ h. Ib 66C Fresh caught -j f Herring, lb lOC Rutter Fish. Sea Rasa Haddock and Sword Fish. Frogs, fresh Q*) frog legs, do* 6*l C krHp) Cracker*. sunshine « r\ baked, pkg.... lUC Fig llnra, pure flu 1 r* filling, lb lOC I’erfeet Candy, chocolate covered MolasHes q J Chips, lb 2if Candy Corn. OA Ib 6\Jc lliitter Ten Kings, fresh t wire -J Q daily, each . . lOC tlrenil, Inrge loaf * /\ Home Made... lUC Mrs Kidd's Home Mole. 1 loaf IOC Fresh Currant Q Bread, loaf .. . «ZC T»nr Cnfler, Q 4Or value, lb. . .Out %er« 4 nitre, nr 30c value, lb. £*)C Fnney Tea. Black CJrcen or F/\ Mixed, lb «)UC Oranges, Sweet Valen- s/\ rins. dor. ‘fllC \e»* Carrots, home grown. F per bunch OC tireen Peppers, 3 for 10c set up ou f of machine u.ade part*, but there turn to be a thoro knows- 1 edge of carpentering u>»ed in pattlnjr them iip. The girls who do fh«f' work get six week* of instruction in England under a boss carpenter. Once at the front, each girl devote* hetself to a particular part of the work, whether It be planing, Joining, making chats, hammering together' th«* parts. The work goes thus flora one to the other with the least lost of time and efficiency. It is possible that we women let America will have our own call To turn to carpentering War work does on** only mean nprsing these days. It means help in a hundred different directions. If you would rather be a carpenter than a sten ographer you will probably get the chance. 35 High- Character Genuine Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks Greatly Reduced The lot consists of floor samples which have been on display at our retail stores. All are in perfect condition and are guaran teed to be the latest mod els. Early selections are im portant. as quantity is very limited. The sale offers the unusual opportunity of se curing: the finest wardrobe trunk in America at con siderably less than regular standard prices. S4O Steamer i TA size reduced * SSO Three- f rA quarter size VJU reduced to. ... It/ —~ sls Full size OA CH reduced $55 Full size <£ 4 A TA reduced ' $65 Full size CT A CA reduced SBO Full size C/ A 7C reduced (A few other number* at .«unilar reductkm.*) Uptown k 253 Woodward, FiaSer Arcada -- |J - a|B~ I Downtown j Cor. Jefferaon and Batea CUN A R D ll.rolnr l’n»»MU»r nnrf ( mrm « NEW YORK—LIVERPOOL NEW YORK-FALMOUTH-LONDON NEW YORK —BRISTOL Draft*. Monet Orilff*. Mull or < »hl«v (.mil flrltaln. Ireland. *iHßilli*mla Italy, Knince, I'ortuaal, «piln, onlllrrlarul F r furl! •-r Information *pp:v 21 »T \TK IT.. 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