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LDOb-PHILABELPHIA, TUESDAY, TflJlVi
SEIZED BY GERMANS
BBttliW, Dec. 1.
Additional successes nre claimed In
north Poland and 95C0 Russians cap
turctl, In the Wnr omce ofllclnt state
"Quiet prevails tit East Prussia nnd
Southern Poland," the statement
ftsserts. "Our booty In North Pqlnnd
lias been Increased, as a result of
yesterday's successes by 0500 men, 19"
cannon, os maciitne guns and numerous
Prc-rnnrirjATv n. 1
First line German troopo arc now op-
fcoslng a portion of tho Russian army In
Poland, It Is stated hero today. The ar
rival of reinforcements for the enemy
nd the strengthening of the corps of
Jnero youths and second and third line
iroopa by tho first fighting forces Is said
to bo responsible for the delay In settling
the Issue In Poland.
It Is admitted that the German forces
are putting up a desperate resistance In
the Vicinity of Lodz. Their losses are de
clared to bo enormous. The Germans
Jought their way out of the vlsc-they
were caught south of Lodz at the point
.of the bayonet In tho face of terrific ma
chine frnn ntiil fIUm (1,a
r "Heavy fighting continues," tho Army
F Messenger says. "The German force has
, btcn greatly reduced. They aro nghttng
j Icspcratcly to save themselves from an
(v ilhllatlon nt tho hands of our troops. Tho
'J. enemy Is trying to bring up rctnforco-
J .monts, but those marching up from Wle-
I tun have been defeated. The battle Is
,-S i-aglng with terrlnc llrecencss In the
- ,vlclnlty of Lowicz. Tho Germans are
Ct making counter charge after counter
a charge. Their troops aro sent against us
ha in solid masses, but so far the Russians
fr Jinvo prevented the enemy from getting
Ifli relief. We have Indicted tremendous
tc" losses on the Germans.
b' "Our troops aro continuing their attack
on the Germans along the Strykow-
J "Along tho left bank of the Vistula.
v Field Marshal von Hlndcnburg Is trying
n a desperate offensive movement In order
i to rescue General von Mackenzcn's army.
Bo far the Russians have checked this
"Tho Russians have Inflicted enormous
i losses on tho German extreme right,
p which attempted to advance ffrom Schon-
!' ertzo'w, on tho "Warthe.
' "Wo havo captured four great barges
laden with German guns, rifles and nm
j Moreover, the Germans appear to be
' getting reinforcements up to the main
front, which has doubtless encouraged
j their attempt at a diversion from the
L .ssnire by an attack along the Vistula
which the Russians repulsed.
I In official circles confidence In the re-
suit Is unabated, but It now Is recognized
that serious work lies before the Russian
forces In the capture of German en
trenchments. It Is seml-offlclally announced that the
Germans have received reinforcements In
rt the shape of two Infantry divisions and
f ono cavalry division.
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From tho New York Tribune.
FOES IN POLAND CLASH
IN THREE GREAT BATTLES
Xondon Sees "Local Successes"
No General Victory
LONDON. Dec. 1.
Another day of the crucial battle be
tween the Russians and Germans and
Austrians In Poland has passed without
news of a. decisive result. The Berlin
official statement tonight reports the cap
turn of 4500 prisoners and 18 cannon
'south of the Vistula, but says nothing of
(importance h((3 occurred In South Poland.
The Russian Government rests upon Its
I -warning against over-optimism.
Tho facts, as gleaned from various mes-
sages of correspondents, appear to be
that three semi-independent engagements
aro progressing between Thorn on the
I north and Cracow on the south, In which
both combatants have achieved local suc
cess, without a distinct victory for either
I Soma of the British military experts
I declars that the Germans have con
j Blstently underestimated the qualities of
their Russian opponents and have op
I .posed them with a body composed almost
' "jvholly of second lino troops, but are now
brushing heavy reinforcements from the
-western line. They express the opinion
t that the issue depends on whether these
,,' arrive In time.
" Advices from Holland report that rall
I -way traffic, newspapers and posta In tho
Brussels region are entirely suspended, It
laprs-sumed for the purpose of suppress
ing news of a movement of German troops
' to the eastward.
SERVICE ORDERED RESTORED
N, J. Public "Utility Commission
, 'Olvya Twenty Bays for Compliance,
UtffO a motion of E. G. C. Bleaktey. City
I BsMJtor. of Camden, President Popges,
: or ins State Public Utility Commission.
ay directed the Public Bervlcs Hall-
y Company to restore tha old cross-
florvlce. In Camden on a. 10-mlnuts
ladway. The service is to run tern-
Illy up 6th street from Kalghn ave-
WBi uia necessary curves aro ln-
at 4th and Federal streets, or
jRjSIMj Arch streets, where the service
run, up 4th street and down either
I or Arch street, as the com nan v
comrja&y is nrivlIezeA to nhanrfnn
d end 4th streets service when the
town nervle U restored.
emnilatpn refused to allow any
in servlee or headway on the
tet d Proaaway Hue and also
uis raotiftn ta dusaetlaue thla line
e by counsel tot the company. An
will be made tcdy by the com-
whlh slvva Uie company 3& days
ly with tk mMtig of the board.
t,HitsatJu ui the matter t eaa-
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"TAX, TAX, NOTHING
BUT TAXES," PLAINT
OF MOVIE MANAGER
Proprietor of the Little
Broadway in Kensington
Closes Theatre and Looks
for a Job.
went Into the theatrical business. I think
I made good. I managed several thea
tres and later managed moving picture
houses. I never made a fortune, but I
was able to give my mother and sisters
a few comforts, and those comforts nre
not on the free list, you know. Wo saved
and saved at home, and then came tho
time to branch out at least we thoiiKht
It was tho right time. But evidently It
"Now I am looklnjr for a Job. Sly
brothers aro looking for Jobs. My sisters
want Jobs. With plenty of good luck we
hope to (ret them."
FARMERS TALK PROSPERITY
AS JERSEY GRANGE MEETS
It's all over now, my business is son?,
what little money I had saved up after
years of hard work has followed tho same
path, so what's the use of kicking?
"Believe me, times were hard enough
without this war tax. The business man
has enough to contend with. I am not
talklm; about the rich business men, who
half the time are not business men at
all financiers I think they call themselves,
but I am talkinrr about the business man
who needs every cent he makes.
"Bcllevo me again when I say ho needs
it; not id keep his golf, links in repair;
not to count the minutes until the new
year's limousine has been put on the
market, and not to cet some artist to de
sign tho latest fnshions In shirts for his
English butler, but he needs It to support
his little ones nt home and many times
even his parents, who at least have a
right to1 exist on this earth. Exist Is
about right, I think.
"I am looking for a Job. That's about
the size of it."
Crushed at least temporarily, discour
aged, disheartened and worn out in his
untiring efforts to keep his head above
water In th whirlpool of competition
and hard times, Edward Bachman, pro
prietor of the' Little Broadway Theatre.
JCOi Kensington avenuev who could not
pay the $i0 emergency war tax yesterday
and therefore closed his theatre, un
bosomed his troubles today.
HAITI TURNED GRAY.
Bachman was noncommittal at first.
Ho said talking, wouldn't help any and
that he was doing the" best he could to
forget at least a small share of his
"I don't wantvto appear as a quitter,"
ho said. "I don't care so much for my
self, but you must realize I have an aged
mother at home and two sisters to support.
'My mother is nearly 19 years oia.
Ever since I was a kid I have worked
Jor a living. My brother Charles, who
ran the theatre with me, has done tne
same thing. My mother at least has been
ablo to manage. We didn't want much;
wa didn't expect much, and at least we
were happy. But I tell you this last
venture with the war tax and all has
been a terrible blow.
I had to pay the war tax ana x
simply couldn't do It. Maybe I haven't
been doing some thinking of late. Be
sides the war tax, next month I would
have h4.to pay W for a city license,
ts for a State license, and
figure up rent and an. i mp;y ran up
against an Impossibility.
"My two sisters at home are about
M years old. They have worked In the
Brills, and even the mills are elosed. I
must look after thm. I am only too
glad to do so. But, then, I am up against
It The worst of. this blow la It falls on
a. whole family-
"Of course, money Isn't everything, but
It means a lot when the dear ones at
heme want food. By years of carelul
saying my brother atyi I, were able to
take over the Little Broadway last spring.
It was an expensive undertaking, but if
thtriEi couM have oalr breen right.
Lt Woes would have all gone smoothly; but
what's the use you Know we result.
XSTB OB A MANAOBR.
"Don't talk to me about tho vivid spot
kgUU sad the gay Uf ef a tfaeaiflesj
manager. Lool- at ts tneatr. 'LKU
Broadway' reads (food, but that is aJftOMf
U, I have bsen In the game and I kjMW
H. I nave workt4 bard iac I was a
TBI) altr We nae all worked brd,
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Many Motor to Atlantic City for
Convention on Pier.
ATLANTIC CITY, Dec. l.-Jersoy
farmers assembled today for the annual
convention of tho State Grangs, Patrons
of Husbandry, on the Steel Pier. There
was not n hint of depression among the
well-to-do farm folk, who reported a
banner apple and potato crop, talked
about chances of wheat going much
higher and debated chances of getting
a normal school for girls In South Jer
sey and a college for women at New
Brunswick when the Legislature meets.
Many of the farmers came In theli
Reports spread through the convention
hall that Senator George Ar. V. Gaunt,
of Mullica Hill, who Is Worthy Master,
would advocate conservatism In his an
nual report. Senator Gaunt, who Is a
nepubllcnn, communicated to grange offi
cials the disturbing information that Re
publicans would fait heir to a State defi
cit for the first time In many years, when
they take over control of State affairs
In January. Tho Senator Intlmnted to
his associates that the farmers should
refrain from asking expensive conces
sions from the State during the coming
"Our first duty Is to" the State." ho
said, a view that was accepted with ro
luctnnce by women dolegates, who have
been looking forwurd to having n State
college built next year.
LAMAR'S TRIAL BEGUN.
Wolf of Wall Street Arraigned
NEW YORK, Dec, 1,-The trial of
David Lamar, known as tha "wolf of
Wall Street," charged with imperson
ating officers of tho United States Gov
ernment, began in Federal Court today.
Among the -witnesses for the prosecution
present was J. P, Morgan. Lewis Cass
Led yard, the famous corporation lawyer,
with whom Lamar talked over the tele
phone while he la alleged to have im
personated Congressman A. Mitchell Pal
mer, of Pennsylvania, was also on hand.
Lamar was accompanied by his wlfa
and seemed III at ease when the work of
questioning talesmen began.
GBETNA. CREEN'S BUSY MONTH
Elkton Ministers Married 318 Couples
in November, .
ELKTON, Mr., Dec. 1. Two hundred
and eighteen couples, msot of them Pbila
delphlans, journeyed to the Gretna Green
of Maryland and were married by minis
ters here during November.
Those married here today were Robert
(' Lawrence and Julia M. Carroll. Phlla-
dalnhla: James W. Pawcatt, Marcus Hook,
when you Land Leona A. SwarU, Wilmington; Drew
Murphy, Baltimore, ana veiyn u. jiaw
klns, Ila,vre de Grace; Charles L. Btand
enmayer and Imogens Otis, Baltimore;
Lester H. Wolfe and Florence L. Sel,
ON CROWN PRINCE'S
TALK STIRS LONDON
English Newspapers Com
ment Satirically on Corre
spondent's Exclusive Inter
view With Heir to German
LONDON, Dec. 1.
All London papers, with the. exception
of the Telegraph and the Post, as well as
tho leading provincial papers, today pub
lish tho Interview of Karl H. von Wle
gnnd, United Press staff correspondent,
witli the German Crown Prince. The In
terview is carried under the United Press
copyright line, full credit being given.
The editorial expressions of the various
papers aro typical wartime comments.
Evidently not knowing that von Wle
gand's homo Is in San Francisco and that
his parents reside in Iowa, where he was
reared, a majority make sarcastic refer
ences to tho correspondent's German
The Birmingham Post, in a long. Ironical
editorial, says, however: "We are almost
tempted In our admiration of von Wle
Kami's performance to say we should like
to know him, despite the forbidding sound
of his name.
"Von Wlcgand achieved what his-American
press comrades will describe- as a
bully scoop," the Post continues. "He
captured a Crown Prince. The Crown
Prince churned him out live copy.
"Moreover, von Wlegand must be of a
generous disposition, as he 'might have
kept the Interview exclusive for Amer
ica." Commenting on the reference to the
strategic ability of the heir to the Ger
man throne, the Post says;
"The Crown Prince handled, the stra
tegic problem of facing n newspaper In
terviewer with conspicuous ability."
SEES GERMAN PROPAGANDA.
The Empress heads Von WIegand's
story; "An Interview With the German
Editorially In the Express, Ralph. Blu
menfeld, the editor, characterises the In
terview as Germany's latest-, attempt to
Influence American opinion, Von Wlegand
is termed "an amiable and obedient Jour
nalist," and the editorial adds: .
"We wonder what would havo happened
to the loyal Von Wlegand If ho had inter
polated something more like the trtrth
In the Interview."
The Dally Mirror headline is:
"Crown Prince Interview Jst Before
Battle, Fearlessly Asks to be .Tojd What
Americans Think of Him."
The Dally sketch, in running comments,
wtth the story, says:
"The Crown Prince bewitched the- corre
spondent by his affability. Undoubtedly
ho had good reason to favor the Amer
ican. Hero are some of Von Wiegand's
impressions after tho Crown Prince -had
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Our Christmas Stock
is now on display and. is
notable because of the new
designs and assortment
The showing of Bracelets, Pendants, Guff
Buttons and Scarf Pins is worthy of your
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SHORN AND BATHED;
COST, SIX SHILLINGS
Then Railroaded to Barrack
Gate by Energetic English
woman, Who Leaves the
Rest to Kitchener.
An Englishwoman, writing to a relative
In Philadelphia, recounts some of the
varied events of wartime In England, pic
turing graphically the humorous as well
as the serious side of home activities.
"My dear friend. Sedately, wants to
he remembered ib youi Her stepson has
Joined one of the Pals or Comrade Bat
talions, In spite of one very wenk knee.
1 think It Is so plucky of him to enlist.
Still most amusing and bright, she Is n
very active member of the Women's
Emergency Corps, pf which I must tell
you somo other time. Her nickname
certainly suits her better now than In
the old careless, happy days and she Is
amazingly energetic and useful women
are certainly doing- wonderful work In
these strenuous times and Sedately takes
a leading part In nearly everything.
"Scdatply hoR Just come in to tell mo
how she raptured a raw recruit. She
saw him Idling nt the corner of a Btreet.
talked to hint (Irmly, gently and with
lullnlle patience. He was full of ex
ruses, ile could not possibly itrtlve at
barracks without elan clothing, so Se
dately took him to a shop and spent
three shillings and six pence on n. shirt
and a pair of socks, then he said h
couldn't get tho certificates of his mar
riage and tho births of his children,
without Which his wife could not get
tho separation allowance While he was
away. Sedately marched htm oft nnd got
the certificates, for which she paid two
shillings and two pence. Next he ob
jected that he must give It up tor he
couldn't go unshaven and unshorn, so
she went with him to a barber's shop
and paid for him to be smartened up.
After that he complained that he hadn't
been able to afford a bath for weeks!
three pence was paid for a good soapy
scrub. Ho emerged a new creature, tho
result wns marvelous,
"Finally she marched him Up to the
barrack gates ami now declares sho
leaves Kitchener to do the rest. I wish
I had met her In tho middle of this ad
venture sho certainly sticks at nothing
when her mind Is made up nnd sho has
done a good turn to the loafer and to
the army at an expenditure of six shill
ings and erne penny."
USELESS "WAR AID" SOCIETIES.
Tha writer takes a gentle and deserved
"fling" nt somo of the futile proceedings
of nfllcious persons with more time on
their hands than common sense to utlllxu
"A good many Jokes nre going round
nt the expense of thn various societies
many of them of little use which have
been started with tho best of Intentions.
A malicious writer of my acquaintance
has It that one of his women friends has
started a league for sending tealeavcs to
tho Fleet, another one for helping tho
jilted fiancees of the men at the front,
another says her guild Is supplying eight
dozen pairs of night socks a day for the
fro"nt, and so on. But, seriously, it Is un
fortunate that somo of our neighbors are
wasting their energy over superfluities
when so much urgent -work Is crying out
to bo ncompllshcd quickly, nnd It Is to
bo hoped that tho necessaries will be pro-
J ; If
tided first. I don't bellevs there wilt bo
much pre time for luxuries."
How Franco wspected n "scrap of
paper" In 1870 Is described In the fo low
ing account of a speech by David Lloyd-
""have learnt a grfcat deal of history
from 11, or perhaps It has brought back
forgotten facts to my mind. Do you
know that In 1870 England Intervened to
protect Belgium from Franco and In
vited both the belligerent Powers (Ger
many and France), 10 slate that they
had no Intention of violating Belgian
territory? Both Germany and Franco
answered that It waa unnecessary to ask
such a question In View of tho treaties
In force. The Belgians addressed n docu
ment to Queen Victoria expressing their
gip.titude for the Intervention ahd throo
or four days after the French army had
onlv one way of escape from Prussian
catinons, by tearing up tho treaty of
neutrality with Belgium. Tho French
preferred ruin and humiliation to the
breaking of their bond. But It Is tho
Inttrest of Prussia now to break the
treaty, so "the scrap of paper" is thrown
to the winds. Both Austria and Prussia
undertook to defend tho Integrity Of
Belgium side by side with ROsaJa.
France and England: Ihcy enlored Bel
gium to save lime, they have, most cer
tainly, not gained It, but they have lost
their good name."
KILLED MAN ON STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTON, S. C, Dec. 1. Facing
tho chargo of murder, George Batcheler
Perkins, of Boston, was arraigned before
the United States District Court here to
day. Perkins killed F. W. R. Hlnman, of
Jacksonville, and wounded B. H. Wright,
ol Utlco, Captain A. D. Ingrnm, of tho
Clydo liner Mohawk, Just before that ves
sel arrived In Charleston Harbor early In
Passengers nnd crew were terrorised
when Perkins, who wna said to have
taken an overdose of headache powders,
began his murderous rampage.
The variety of pre
miums offered In ex
Is especially large
during thO holiday
season. Shop horo
save the stnmps se
curo many a nice ar
STORE OPENS 8l30 A. at. AND CLOSES AT 0 P. M.
HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE
Double Yellow Trading Stamps With Every 10c Purchase Until
Noon : After That, Until Closing Time, Single Stamps
A Datntu dltt SuffflMllott
Women's 12 Vtc
Of "Ilk - finished cloth,
with pretty colored bor
ders. -Four for !Se.
KinST FLOOR. NOHTH
Santa Claus Has His
The Jolly Old Fellow Him-
-self Will Welcome
. v the Kiddies
Great quantities of toys of all
kinds, and parents will find our
prices always the most reason
able. For example
Gloves for Christmas
A sale that's remarkable, in view of the greatly increased
prices due to thcEuropcan conflict.
They nre the best mnkes we carry nnd tlir best kinds for winter
Tvenr, nt nvernge Having of Zfl'A to 33 1-3.
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IK) VS' VELOCIPEDES with
riiblirr tlrcn. S2.10, SJ3.DS, 113.2.1,
m:t to mg.7B.
OIIILS TRICYCLES, $4.40, SB.4I),
Va.4t nnd H.4n.
Pl.U.HIf 1IOKSUS ON PLAT
FORMS, 2rte, JtOc, 7J5c, BI.S3 nnd
FRICTION TOYS Inrar nssort
mmt, -10c, OSc and H.2Z.
LEAD SOLDIERS, StJc, 40c, OSe to
rPii1 TA1I,ES, OSc, PI.40 nnd
MRCIIAMCAIj BOATS, SOc, 40c,
70c. OSc 0 S3.40. ' '
nOIiV rOLIES, Me, 40c nnd OSc.
FOURTH FIX)OR '
Women's $1.25 and $1.50 Gloves
Pique and cape; wrist length; In black, white and tan.
Women's $1.25 Kid Gloves, 79c
Two-clasp, In white, tan nnd gray, with Paris point backs.
Women's 75c Short Chamoisettc Gloves, 50c
Two-clasp, with Bolton thumb. White and colors. Washable.
Women's $2 Gloves, $1.50
. Finest French Kid nnd Plqup. with
Paris point and fiat embroidered
' backs. Black, white and colors also
whlte'-wlth-black and black-wlth-
Men's and Boys' $1.25 $ -
to $1.50 Cape Gloves 1
Tan shades. Best American make.
Children's $1 ygc
Men's $2 Auto Gauntlets, $1.59 !
Camel hair lined, strap wrist, largo ,
cutis. Tan ana mack.
FIRST FLOOR, STH ST. SIDE
COMMENCING TODAY OUR ANNUAL DE
CEMDER SALE, INVOLVING
$75,000. Worth of Guaranteed
FURS at $60,000
Exceptional opportunity for every one
who will make an elegant gift of furs.
variety mcludes virtually every fash
ionable style and kind.
$40 Sets Black Fox, Red
Fox or Black Canadian
Large bolster muff and pretty
animal style neckpiece, trim
med with head and tails.
$50 Skunk-Dyed Raccoon
$40 French Seal
$75 Beautiful Black
Fox Sets, $59.75
$42,50 Black Moire Pony Coats, $29.75
42 and 45 Inches long. With contrasting collar
of Fitch', Skunk, Raccoon or Civet Cat,
$75 French Seal Coats, $59.75
Three-quarter length, of selected skins.
SpecinLs in Hudson Seal Coats
ii'V::. $79.75altlo...,:!!,::: $87.so
Handsome Silk Underwear &
For Intimate Gifts
Exouisite dualities luxuries
will deliaht every woman with
taste for fine things.
Women's $2 Glove-
Silk $1 4.Q
In plnlc nnd wlitte, with bended
rdge, nnd reinforced under arm.
Women's $2.50 Venetian
In pink and white, beautifully em
broidered. Women's $3 Venetian
Silk Bloomers, $2.25
Heavy quality in white, pink and
other colors; reinforced
Women's ?3.50 Venetian Silk Union Suits, $2.98
Extra heavy quality in pink and white. Reinforced,
maklpg them strong and durable.
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Women's $3 and $3.50 $f Cf
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alludes; also black with hundsome hand-embruld-nred
Women's $1.75 Silk Stockings $ 1
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spliced heels, double soles, reinforced tops.
: FIRST FLOOR M
8p8w.Io?d"5r Slippers Family
Including Romeos, Juliets, Evtrelti & Operas. Gifts That Are Always Appreciated
Blisses' & Children's
Ifibbon and fur-trimmed.
Sises 8 to
aire's' "' V4
$1.50 Values 9flr.
$2 Values ....SI .4-9
$2.50 Values . .$1 .Qft
3 values., v
The Haberdashery Stort Offers a
Great Many Suggestion in
Gifts For Men
Unusual values In the nicest qual
6 House ?lQO
Coats ... m"
Of excellent quality double
faced cheviot In rleh colors.
Have the shawl collar, patoh
pockets and fastvu with silk
$5 Bathrobes, $3,98
Oenutne. blanket robes. In rloh and
handsome two-tone color combina
tions. Cut full and Ion if, with
rolling oolUr; have cord and tassiL
2 SatlnStripe Pongee
A, soft and Sue material lu han4
jne eRj? and salterns ex
Utty aubhy Ct tM Mja style
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Heavy Iambs' wool Insole, various
colors and combinations.
Women's J1.G0 Kinds (sixes
S to S)
Misses' 81. i5 Values (sires
Children's II Kinds (sizes
S to U)
Felt Comfy Slippers
79c Ifl"8 m t0 89c If'"" nH
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Fine Blouses, $J. 98
Eight Lovely Styles; Om Sketched
Of shadow Jace.
rich satin and del
icate chiffon. In
white and pale
with little nose
gays to the sde of
the neck; smart
white silk braid
button or tnxdo
vesAs and slevs
of tf Of 4IU lc.
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Christmas Gifts of
Jewelry & Silverware
Special holiday display and sale.
&vBfe3r0'3.98 to '24.98
Beautiful pendants, set with dia
monds; also In combination with
pearls and other Jewels; all on
Unto ,nS" WUh 8
Slen'a trjSO Signet Illngs.
?im,r.aie?'vjr' E"Sllsh nnlahj with
rious designs of engraving.
M tor Gold- an QQ . .,
filled Bracelets ZtVO tO 4f
Various designs of engraving.
Solid-gold links; plain or fancy de.
signs; Koman or Bnglish finish'
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.... 98c to 4.98
In Roman or English finish; plain and
fancy border; also engraved or stone
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TO 33 FANCY 11HOOC1IUS
Fanoy stone set brooches, with pearls
or In combination with other fewel.
SHverPlated Table Ware
SuSWS? $S.S0 TO $35
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