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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FEIDAY, DECEIVIBEB 11, 191J7
s '5 1 BUSINESS BODIES . OF NORTHERN END FOR TAYLOR PLAN (Three Massimeelmgs Con demn Coslello Bill and Strongly ; Support Transit Director. N Three mora business men'" orRnnlsa tlons In .tho northern putt of the city decided at enthusiastic meetings Inst hlglil to support tho Taj'lor transit syrf. tern, and, to show that they were sin cere, adopted resolutions condemning the, Costello bill, which, they said, would only provo an obstacle ttf the work nl rendy done by tho Director of City Trniislt. Tho msellnss were held at Odd Fel lows' Hall. Chclten and Ogonts avenues, Germantown'; Broad street nnd "Windrlm avenue, under the auspices of the Logon Improvement League, nnd at the Lowell' Pvubllo School Annex, under tho auspices of the Olney Improvement Association. Director Taylor nddressed the German town meeting-, and showed with figures and facta that the residents of that sec tion could snvfe more money than those fit any other part of the city by tho proposed hlBh-spced rjystcm. DIRECTOR TAYIOR'S SPEECH, I 2trt Taylor said In part: 'Fcllow-cltlzcns, the tlmo has cpmo for the people of Philadelphia t,o get together and Insist upon the Immcdlnte construc tion of such high-speed lines as will, ade quately ucrvo nil of tho Various districts of the city and tho peoplo resident therein. "Prompt, aggressive nnd united action en tho part of the people will lead City Councils to take the only remaining steps -which nro necessary to promptly establish tho high-speed lines and to enable the con struction thereof to be commenced early In 1913. "First. City Councils should call a spe cial election enabling the people to author ize an Increase In tho city's Indebtedness to provide the money for transit develop-. ment. Until this special election is held HO' contracts can be'iet. This special elec tion should bo authorized by City Councils without delay to enable the people to ex press their will with relation to transit development. Tho people should Insist upon this opportunity being given them to so express their will forthwith! This is a right which I believe you nro entitled to and which must be accorded to you promptly If you emphatically demand It. "Second. City Councils should finally determine upon and fix tho routes jt tho high-speed lines. "Third. City Councils should submit a plan of the municipal development to the Public Service Commission of tho State of Pennsylvania .for approval. 'As soon as thesd three steps are taken PRZWOWI WHAT A LIST OF NAMES FOR THE GOVERNORl Super-Itussltirt Entanglement of Con sonants In Application. Somewhere an Individual who run a linotype 'And batters out hla dsllr stint In takes Is howling like a dm-lih In tho terrifying 'Of uncounted roval chorda and mtal aches', Sometvhero he Ilea In ony, a hero to the core. The wreck of what he was before he met llta dulv la a notice that wa really civil war In tho always rcvolullnc alphabet. The hardest task of his career lies Just ahead of Johln "K. Tcner, Oovernor of Pennsylvania. The supreme test of brain nnd brawn Is to be his, according to fair notice served this morning In the shape of nn Innocent appearing "card" under tho heading, In black type, of "Notice Is hereby given thnt ". Following tho title It Is set forth that an application will be made to the Gov ernor of tho State of Pennsylvania on tho 28th of . December, A. D. 1914, by nnd then comes an alphabetical chaos of nnmes made Up of letters that Bnarl at the throats of each other. Itussla, with all her experience In (ang ling' up the nlphnbct, has never done any thing like It Ilusala would blush for very shame If perchance her eyes fell Upon this list of names. Itussla, the tnme of whoso contortionist tongue Is far flung, would stutter, gasp, choko nnd collapse trying to pronounce tho names of thoso who will, on the 2Sth of December, A. D. J9I4, apply for a charter to sell groceries. Tho names, ns copied on n typewriter ar.d again on a linotype mnchlne by two persons who risked their powers of speech to perform their duty, follow! Bronlslaw Mroczkowskl, August Gen daczyk, Walter Karuza, Klcmens Stef anowlcz, Leo Qenkowlcz, Joseph Laakow slr.1. Kazlmlr niaszczyk, Kazlmlr Kozu chowskl, Sylvester Bretschncldner nnd ICnzlmlr Kozakowskt. Physicians say the two men who cop led the names have a slight chnnco to recover, Itelatlvcs are at tho bedsides of the ailing men, however, to bo prepared. by City Councils, the election Is held, the necessary 'approval of the Public -Service Commission Is secured and Councils have appropriated tho monoy for construction. bids will' bo Invited, contracts avardcd and construction will bo started wlth6ut any delay whatever. "Thl.fn .1... I.T.mAln4& ..Uhll.liM.n. of rapid transit facilities In Philadelphia depends entirely upon present, action by your representatives in City Councils. "This action Is what wo want: further more, this action Is what I am asking you tb secure in your own Interest by united and: aggressive action." Mr. Taylor thon explained the proposed high-speed system in detail and told of tho benefits which It would bring to tho , people. TVHOLT3 CITY 'TO BENEFIT. Continuing, the Director said: "Every section of the city will be made available to every other section of tho city, quickly, cheaply and conveniently, and families will be enabledjo establish permanent homes in East Qermantown from which every member of the. family can reach every place of employment in the city quickly and 'for 6 cents. "As to-your local requirements I shall peak particularly of tho district bounded on the north by City Line, on the south by Olney avenue, ton tho east by Old York road and on the west by Stenton avenue. Chew and Haines streets. "Tha population of this district In WIS iwaa H.'OO. "On an average 10.800 passengers travel dally within, out of, and into this section on the street cars, "The. passengers who travel Into and out of your section will' be saved 220,000 hours per year, which, valued at 15 cents per hour, would equal $33,000 per year. "These discriminations ' against East - Germantown are absolutely unjustifiable, apd they must be eliminated. -"You citizens of East Germantown know what -you want and what you are entitled to. "You want to be connected up with very other section of the city by the high-speed system, with free.transfers on - existing and future surface lines and ad ditional surface lines, including a new surface line on, qhew street, and later a new surface line on Stenton, avenue,, for one i-cent fare. '. PnOUPT ACTION IMPERATIVE. j "You want City Councils to act immedi ately and permit the people to vote on the necessary Increase of the clty'a'ln. tfebtedness to. provide the money for the construction of the high-speed system. v. .... M? uiijuawuKuo uiacrrmina tion in rates of fare charged to "people traveling between your district and other important districts of the city eliminated without further delay. Yu want tp pe faltered of the dis comfort, Inconvenience and waste .of time which rou are suffering from in trayellng ; on overcrowded surface car lines whien are obsolete for the purpose of handling loug-dlstaate travel!, v 5 - "These are your rights, but you are only fcotag- to aeeure them -by united and ag crenslve notion. "I strongly urge yo and all of the Maple ef Bast avroantqwn and of the ejjtlro city to partletsafe In the great public dMnefwtration to be held at T:M ctock on Broad stre.et Thursdayevenlng, Jjinuai? H WIS, and also to, participate fa the raa.sspmeetlHS which will follow in ,tjM Academy of SUUsIo a S o'clock; ' "JSvejy organization which Is Inter. 4d fa tn welfare of th eeosfi of 3$BA4sJpkU who travel of sw&idv lm tM nwfe hours to vwcWSk ttMMr ease very las (UsianS-aJM M h Mcuriag fey them, as Well a far 4m$ aad wjhicb wm U aeacrd4 tCafe tlw iwompt, construction of ttve jEST y4 U&m." s -- NEW JERSEY COMMISSION TO HEAR TROLLEY RIDERS Wlllr'Consider Faro Protest After Four Years' 'Agitation. Complaints of Camden residents against tho Public Service Railway for the re duction of tho fare rato from Camden to Gloucester, from Gloucester to Wood bury and from Gloucester to Mantua will bo heard by tho Now Jersey State Pub lic Utilities Commission In Cnmdcn on January 27. The hearing will mark tho culmination of four years of protest nnd agitation on .the part of the residents for tho re duction of rates. -Tho present rate Is five cents between-: each of tho respective points. The complainants contend tho 'fare zones are s'o arranged ns to mako it necessary for tho commuters .between .Glasgow and Woodbury to walk to tha lower part of the city In order to rldo for ono fare,' or, on the return trip, to get off at the, same point, unless they de sire to pay another fare for the privilege Or- riding ono square. The complainants demand the right to board a. car In any part of Gloucester to go to Woodbury tor one, fare. Employes of the Welsbach Company, of Gloucester, who Ilvo In Mantua, demand that tho trolley company carry them to their place of employment for ono fare. They contend the company charges but. one fare between points cove'rlng a great er distance. A similar complaint has been filed by-residents of Iladdon Heights. Y' LEAI Christmas Books Remainders of Editions btill more amplea of Call or Write (or Catalogue tJermantoi t'oiMtriUuUtjoa ' mm n ej t uurt A S2 ta vrtere'Q9itt tft? WetKCf, Vtw Courtroom ) ecus4 Mayfl rata Ptn- ti ,; ex- the hundreds of books listed,, in our 160 -puce catalog u e, of which B0 pnges are second-hand books. Oliver Goldsmith's Masterpiece Illustrated by Hugh Thompson "She Stoop lo Conquer." the play that Inaugurated a new school of cpmorty. With 23 Dflio llluitratlona In color by Hush Thompson, ratet Kngllih unlit for old time (lrawlnsi. llluitrutlons mounted on detachable cardi. Bin 10 i a Inehea. I.arso type, wide marilna. haavy paper. In .heavy, pale green buckram, full gilt front cover. Hoddar A Btpuchton'a price. J 5. 00 net.. Our price. 1 7C boxed ,, ,.. ? l'oatage, 30o extra A History of American Dress Two Centnrlca of Coatume In 'America 18SO-1s:o. I)y Alice Moras Earle, A In creatine "a a novel and a treaaury of odd, quaint Information. For Inatance, do rou know that the hobble and sltt iklrta had their prototype In the paatT Oyer -850 llluatratlonai two volume, bound in one thick 12mo. Over 800 pagaa, dark sreen cloth, title .and authorcaa' nam aiampea in sola on rront cover and back. aiacmiuan uompanya pnc, IXoy net. Our holiday price .". Postage, Mo extra. Two Great Boy Books TV Herbert Strum. Jlf. Strang never "prMWli," but he leaves behind an up right, manly ideal, -which cannot but Im preaa the youngater mind, though the boy hlmaelf may be only Interested In tha excltlna- altuatlona. Around the World la Seven Daxs. aeroplane atory. Illuatratad by A MIchaeL Publieher'a price 11.15 not Our prlca roatage. Ho extra. Seltler and Scout. A tale qf the "K' iJigruanoa. illustrated W T. XI 95c An o. 35c Djadal. Cover de.ign In color. i.ivu era price l.yo net Our prtc rmuie, lie extra. rub. 35c Other work of Mr, Strang In stock. Call of Write for 'Catalogue . ' A'Uew Harrison Fisher Book American Belles Full of clever ponis; about 'glrle and Uteen saga llluajratlon In four color by IlarrUon rieher, rnounUd an detach ??J? o1fd. ?.d yWe JfTfrtmlng: &L lUxH inch, decorative border, and head and tall place. Heavy beard, cloth hack, with one at 'Belle-' on treat cover. Kdd. Mad & Co.". PH.. pelt fiV Our price, beautifully boxe4 DOC Voltage, J3e extra. The Actual Experience of a Civil War Private The ieuor Voluntterv By J. fnfH V9- n. uw St. 4. Vteci btesaat Vet. Eaa, Cuu. iwv km-w Jr-raaeis ua are onmi 2 tha lllvutra tha rank and Xie. 4M txa. 90 ftantlaUy Bound Is blue olta. untad frent caver In uatAn. juice. 1.W Oaur noliday priee Vti, tSe mtm. Crow 11, ;ere; eiot: o 4Sc i CnU or Write far Catalogue Siteiiisi6 tui-te. j. tfintli f ItTlit. Wr imt iiiiittf tafpilallci f 8T0HE bri3N8 Si30 A. SI. AND CI.OSI3S AT 0 P. M. ' MAiti on mown onDuns fim.ed i 'sai Fresh Stocks and Lowest Prices Make This the Shopper's ONU 1 1 MORE SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS Mecca Throughout the Year NATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE Market Double Yellow Trading Stamps With Every 10c Purchase Until Noon Filbert EiMhl AFTER THAT, UNTIL CLOSING TIME, SINXJLE STAMPS Sebenth Umbrella Sale Wbmens Colored $) QO Silk Umbrellas &30 With carved mission ImncTies. Comft 1 lit green, blue, ttarnet and black. Children's Umbrella, 9gc Union tnrfetn; sllk-nnJJ-llhon, with plnln nnd fancy handlers. PIItST FIX)Ott. MAlty;ET STKEBT FRONT? EctSmy Sayln Men's Balmacaafl Overcoats Made to Sell for $15, $18, $20 and $22.50, in Clearance at $9.75, $11.75, $12.75 and $15.00 If we wrote as we feel nbout these coats, we would say very much indeed, for it is a pleasure to talk about them they are so exceptional in both thoir style3 and their qualities. Rich Imported Fancy Woolens and Fine Ghindhillas of the Most bashxonablc Colorings Are Offered for Your Choosing Hundreds of particular men hnvo already selected their mid-winter coat from this exceptional purchase they cannot help but be pleased, for tho garments look well and r WcaHng qualities will bo found ns good as their appearance. CHOOSE YOUR COAT NO IF Enjoy Wearing It During the Holidays for not even at tho end of tho season could we hopo to offer better values. r il Will M K1& Will tllr fl The Greatest Assortment of Newest Dolls and Toys '"Toff At the Very Littlest Prices KMSXtni.B FI.YEIl RI.RIIS, $2.40, 2.1)S, 3I to sn.08. t'ATIIOI, WvAOONH nonil nlrr Ijttl.nS to .-tn. HBW TOY RAIIHBBa 400 A l,40. SI.Mfl.UX TYrKWItlTUR II, SZ A s.3. inn.ll, TAItGET SUT,.40c. PAINTED TEN TINS, !8e. NunsiNO iiotti.es ron nor.i.s. Be A 10c. SEWINO IIOXES, SOr, BOc, U1 to SMI), f TOY It ATI I A AVASII STAND SETS, BOc, 7Bo o l.2.-(. WHITE ENAJIED DOI. nuns, 08c. METAI DOI.l, HOUSE FUIINITU11E nve pieces, 2Sc STOCK-PAItMI, S3c Jb 4le. PLASTICINE, 2.1c, 40c A 08c. KOimTH FfKJR " J ?SZ2T?Z n $13.75 &J18 IV. tVil 11 pj.v y)i uiiu pto Semi-fitting and box styles in blue and black kerseys and fancy mixtures. Men's Suits WORTH $15 to $20 Newest styles in nil-wool materials. $10 to $13.50 Boys' Suit s,Reefers,Overcoats & Balmacaans Worth $5.50, $6.50, $8.50 Here $2.98, $3.98 and $4.98 .Winter's smartest styles In serviceable and nttractlvo fabrics. y, ip as years. Sizes FortheB0fl-$5MfimtS) $2.85 A practical and acceptable gift. They are slip-ons of doublo tcxturo material with cemented seams. Sizes 6 to. 18 years Packed In Christmas boxes! . years. SKCOND FLOOR, SEVENTH AND MARKET STREBTS. For Present Needs and Gift-Giving Specials in Hosiery and Underwear Misses' and Children's 75c Women's $1.75 and $2 Silk Stock- $1 5Q Tnttraln, pure thread nilk: the famous "Knyser," McCallum and "Onyx." brands; como in all-silk with double soles, high-spliced heels nnd rein forced Rnrtcr tops. Black, white And the popular shoe top shades: also tho dainty eyenlnrr shades. ivuivMtvutvuttvtuuuttvuumutuvi VtUMlVtnMtttUUttlUtUltUUV. j Our Jewelry and Silverware Store Holds a Gift for Every One on Your List these collections nresent the most tastefully designed patterns, replicates of the costliest arucics, aim priceu considerably less tnan tneir aciuai vniue. $25 Diamond La Vallieres $19.98 Threo atonris set in fancy mountings nil on Bolld uold I chain. $15 to $150 Diamond La Vallieres , $11.98 to $.125 Largo assortment frold or platinum mountings. $7 Diamond Scarf Pins $4.98 Diamond knot nlnln or pncrnvpil rtamati irnld fllilali. Other diamond-sot scart pins with pearls or other Jewels in com- uinuiion kuiu ana pinmum mounxings. $28 to $55 Bracelet Watches. $22.50 to $45 Solid' gold expansion brace lets, with watches, round or , tonneau sliapo, onirraved or engine-turned designs. $9 Sterling Silver Vanity Cases, $7.50 Beautiful designs In hand-on-irraved nr encrlnR-tiipund. with coin, anity'alld card compart- $7 to $30 Gold-Plated Mesh nagal $4.98 to $25 Fine ring mfcsh engraved or Jeweled frames; shirred and reversible mesh; Kngllsh or itomun nnisn Women's $1 Silk Stockings, 75c Ingrain, pure thread silk; have Milgh-spllced heels, doublo soles -and reinforced garter tops. Black, white and various colors. Soma have embroidered Insteps. Women's 35c Stocking!, 25c Medium and lightweight cotton in all-black or wholo Maco or Bpllt soles. Have extra spliced toe and heel, reinforced garter tops. Extra and'regular sizes. Stockings, 50c Ribbed silk; lustrous and good fitting. Black, white, tan, sky and pink. All lloslerr I'ut Id Painty ChrlNtmns llox Upon Request. Women's 50c OC Vests ""V Lisle-thread Swiss ribbed; low neck; sleeveless; hand-crochet yokes In various patterns. Throe for St. Packed In fancy Christinas box. M Women's $1.75 Union Suits at $1.35 Medium weight, part wool-ribbed! nigu necic; long, etuow or snort sleeves; or Dutch and low ncckv short sleeves or sleeveless; knee and ankle lengths. PJRST FX.OOR, SOUTH 75c to $4 Fancy Jewel v Cases, 50c to $2.98 Fancy metal boxes In various shapes and designs gold or oxidized finish. All with silk linings. Sterling Silver Toilet Ware S12.S0 Druah, Comb SQ QQ and Mirror Seta... . iv.i70 Others worth 1G t6 S30 at $11.08 to S26.75. liriiKii. Comb nnd Mirror with manicure pieces. $18. CO to M0 values at Slft.os to .-. Manicure Sets complete with all necessary articles. $2J)0 to $12.50 values at S1.08 to SU.UM. Mllltnry Ilnialirs with cloth brushes Jlfi.no to J25 values at 113.50 to J20. Quadruple Plated 'Toilet Ware Mllltnry Sets for Mm $5 to I8.S0 valuo at I4.G0 to $7.50. Combination Seta for women With brush, comb, mirror and manicure pieces. 111 to JIG values nt J9,E0 to J12.9S. Slinvlng Ciipn nml lirualiea in leatherette cases, J1.7H to $3.75 Values in $1.35 to $2.08. ST FLOOR, 8TII & MARKET 'tUUUVVlVnWWVtUVVWUVVVll VVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVWWWWWW wwww vW Misses' & Women's Wear Prices Are Clipped on For'Clearance Before the New Year An Extraofdinaru Opportunity tor Thoao Who Require Vxtra Apparel lor AfM-lvijifer. TAeso Are the Newett and Smartest rashtons. Misses', Juniors' and iMttle Women's $16.75 $1A Coats . ., '. -I V In Zlliellnea, Mixtures nnd Cheviots They are In smart assortment ahd leading shades both practical and dressy styles. Misses' and Little Women's $18.50 Coats. . $12.50 Several Very Smnrt Lots. Of pebble choviots in brown, blue and black: also stylish plaids and Scotch mixtures In plain swagger utility styles or with dressy trim mings of fur cloth and velvet. Special Showing of the Ultra-Fashionable New ?.v!rt.s." $20, $25 "' $27.50 Picture shows a striking style at J20 with military collar of seal beaver nnd empire effect lent to the Jacket by a Jaunty high belt. Also have the new wide circular effect skirts'. Women's $25 Top Coats. $15 Of the new Meritex cloth, seal plush, boucles, pebble cheviot and Enir- J,f . " -" w mi Anuiiu t;ui.ai iwuiuaomeiy nnianea with ntch moufflon or akunk opoaaum rur cqllars. All aro lined with ffuar anteetl satin. - L Tat m 10 4Z0 SECOND FLOOR Our Great December Fill Sa!e Has Assumed Importance. With Christmas Shoppers Our broad guarantee assures tliem of the quality nnd true value of their purchase, while our prices aro the lowest ever quoted at the holiday $40 Handsome Fur $OQ jtt Offers choice of Black Fort, Canadian Black Wolf, lied Fox and Skunk Raccoon. Theso are carefully mntched sots with bolster muff and animal effect neckpiece. Both pieces richly lined with silk or satin. 37Jso su.vKit on iii.ui: urossu.it $27.50 SUTS 335 FRENCH HVSAU tOC SETS D50 IS.B0 HANDSOME III.ACK SETS $32.50 50 SKU.VIC HAC COON SETS S3J50 POINT- (on ya ED FOX SKTaOOiJ.lt) $35 S73 RUSSIAN FITCH SETS..,.. $55 Separate Muffs .?..$19.75 .IU HUDSON SHAb 3.1 NATURAI. 11US. (n! 8IAN FITCH ..... & 630 SKUNK OPOSSUM New and Ores- cent Shape.. $19.75 Misses' & Children's $1.75 to $35 Furs. $1.15 to $22.50 Excellent variety of style In every Imaginable fur, Including Iceland Vox, Imitation Ermine, Locke Squirrel, Ilenvcr, Moufflon, Fltrh firny giiulr rcl, Krlmmer, White Lamb, etc. SECOND FLOOR Saturday is Always Our Special Glove Day And more so now, because so many are giving gifts in gloves, and we have some remarkable values to offer.' At Exceptional Prices $1 and $1.25 Kid 7Q Gloves "C Women's two-clasp kid, ono row and Paris point backs. In black, white and colors. Women's $1.50 Kid $1 Glnvnit ... oves Two-clasp French-kid In black, white and colors. Women's $2 Kid Glovea, $1.50 Finest quality French real kid; pique and round seam. Paris point and flat backs; black, white and colors, self and con trastlng backs. Two-clasp. Women's $1 Gloves, 50c 16 . button . mouiquetalre chamolsotte gloves in. white; washable. Men's $1.50 Cape Qioves, $1.25 '.? "Poar anujraris point backs. FIRST FLOOR, 8tll ST. 3IDB Shoe Bargains; Gift Slippers ; JRubbers . Every Pair of Them Considerably Under the Usual Price "Comfy Slippers" Men's Slippers ,, , . ItomeoK, operas arIous colors; padded soles, nnd Everett. AVomen's. misses' and children's, in cluding Puss.ln-Boots, t3oldler Boy. etc. 1.49 1 to SI.30 SllppfM fop T0r,80e AOSc. Cavaliers, Bo IJ0 QQO Sllonera S70 3 Values Hand-Knitted Slippers Heavy lambs' wool Insoles; va rious colors arid combinations. AVomcu'a 11.30 Ones OSc Bllaara 1.:S Ones , ,SOo Children's; ft Ones ,,,70c Women's and Children's Felt Juliets Iltbbou nnd fur- rimuiru. mi. tut -i'.l,... 3 Juliets-! QMIssea' UVj QQC (3 to 8).. X .I".? to Women's S70 Women's $2.50 qnd $3 Shoes $ j Qg Smart button, lace and Blucher styles in patent coltskln, gun-metal calf and ton cut. Flexible sewed soles. Sixes Men's "atraUords," $4 Men's "Lenards," $3 Patent coltskln. gun-metal calf, tan Russia calf and, .glased kidskln. Slies 514 to II; widths A to E. Misses' $2.25 and $2.50 Button Shoes, $1.55 Dull and shiny leathers; cloth and dull tops. Sizes UH to S. H to 8 in loL Children's $1.50 and $1.75 Shoes, 98c Wanted leathers, sizes 6 to 8 Boys' $3 & $3.50 Shoes, only $1.98 A GREAT SALE OF CUT GLASS Extraordinary Price Reductions in Time far Christmas Buyinc Rich, W vuvaq OSQ UCD,J - VtVtll(j, UlllCIB are In thQnew roster and combination cuttings. The lot includes Sparkling S5 Cut Glass, $2,98 Sunar and C'reatu 8tt Ice Tuba Water nottlra KlBht-IneU Hauls' celery Trajy Six-Inch Footed BotU vtine uecanters Four-t'lut i'ltehfrs Sweet I'ea Vases Slayonalse lllih and I'late- ompotea Tall tin Hera's the srreataat nnnhrtiinltv fnr ffk.in o val uable and appreciated sift at but a small outlay. WAIN AHUAPK AND THIItp FLQOII,, Handkerchiefs 50c Handkerchiefs , . . 25c AVomen'a pretty Swiss embroidered and pure linen lace-trlmmed kinds. 75c to $2.50 Handkerchiefs 50c to $K98 Pretty princess .and Vanlc laca kinds, with linen and shamrock centers. House Furnishings : SSfe Oil Heater, fr riissinrni li L SIS KITCHEN CAUINKTS, U.03 Qalden oak floish. Hwinslng doors; two drawers; lower closet curu-partmnt. 69c( TH!kt VA1H 1.34 INM5BT-, EO Liou-rv, S Miliar burner. Odorlasa and uiokalaas. ...LiiniiijiilKlii r Ill UW III! Li totfi'ai liuo maiu ( ta,Iula4: gHi4 ' k'Sr ami UtoUav SStl DININU HUOM OAS UOMB9, IS Full SI laca sUe. all load ed, mosaic WJI of-Troy dcLOrauoas in am bar and arcen CesaBleta, wltb Kvod In tarred Usbt Hunt fr. mthia city 1'l'i's m Si 3S KtHJJ IHOf- rxisHftts: ajUle pUlvtriMd. 4 sroDAst totl ajukl bt&Me. '''"'m''imnmimimmmiimm Men's 75c to $2.98 Silk My fflers 50c to $2.50 Pure silk; plain and brocaded, in black, white and colors. 25c Handkerchiefs, 18c Women's pure liner, initial kind, with script Initial. Three for IWc Men's 35c to $1.30 HafltechMs 25c to $1 Pur sUk: plain and Initial alylwh 22c Hsftdkercbfefs, Uc Uce-trlnuue4 kUuli, uu cmM l etJ- tr4 tFi' kadiuKvk wmm yioojt, kwth Tan Russia calf, patent coltskln, Kun-metal calf, sues 9 to OVj. Biff Girl.' $2.50 to $3.50 Shoes, $1.95 Button and Blucher styles. Sizes 2U tol In lot. Children's $2 and $2.25 Shoes, $1.45 Patent coltskln, dull gun-metal. Sices SVi to 11. KIIIBT FUJOIt, NORTH RUBBERS & RUBBER BOOTS in the sumvAV stohk Fully (ruarantecd a new pair for any tliat falls. 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