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EvWlNtt EDGER-I?HILADELrHIA, FRIDAY, APRlIi 7, 191G.
rON PEACE TERMS
IN HOLLWEG SPEECH
Reventlow Asserts Chancellor's
Declaration Means Contin
uation of Present Sub
UNITY IN GOVERNMENT
High Official Avers End ot War
by Autumn Seems
nntu.iN. April ".
Chancellor von Bethtimnn-ltollwcK l.ilil
heforo the world the terms on which
Germany will consent to tho ending of
tho war In his address heforo the Helen
Thin was tho Interpretation today of the
Loknl AnzclRcr. Vnsslnchc Zettunc; and the
TnRoblatt, three ot tlio most Influential
newspapers ot Orninny. All three papers
emphasized the statement of peace terms
to tho exclusion of all other features of
the Chancellor's most comprehensive
Count Uevontlow. tho "German fire
brand." Mono laid stress on the Importance
of the Chancellor's remarks rcBnrdlnR the
submarine, nssiirltiR his readers that
Ucthmann-llollweg reiterated (Irmly Ger
many's determination to continue the
This Interpretation may be of tho Great
est significance In view of the statement
of a high Oerman Government official that
peace In Kuropo by autumn Is a reason,
able possibility. This statement was made
In the course of nn Interview In which
this oniclal, whoso name cannot be used,
emphasized tho complete unity of the
Government on all war policies and de
nied thnt thero wns anything alarming In
tho food situation.
On the first point, he explained, tho
Government leaders know Just where they
stand, an Important ministerial confer
ence having fully Informed them. Con
cerning tho food question, he added that
ho had Just received personal assurances
from tho Interior and Commcrco Minis
ters. "We havo not an abundance," said this
official, "but wo nro not going to stnrvo
or be forced by gunger to yield."
"Some people," it was suggested, "have
Interpreted Admiral von Tlrpltz's resig
nation nnd tho bread-and-butcr hhortago
as Indicating that Germany la In serious
"That's what our enemies would like
to havo tho world believe," replied the
Government oMiclal, "but let them wait
and see. The German Government is ab
dai cannoni italian!
Germany to Gain Daylight
by Setting Clocks Ahead
BERLIN, April 7. The German
Federal Council has passed a meas
ure providing that, on May 1, all
clocks shall be set ahead one hour.
The measure was proposed for
hygienic and economic reasons, as
lengthening working time during
daylight nnd decreasing the ne
cessity for artificial light.
BULGARIA E RUMANIA
SONO ALLA VIGILIA DI
UN CONFLITTO ARMATO
La Prima Ha Concentrato Sei
Division! al Confine della
Dobrugia, e Bucarest
47 Zeppelin, 552 Aeroplani e
Tutti i Dirigibili Austriaci
Perduti dagli Lmperi
SULLA FRONTE ITALIANA
Un comunlcato ufficiale austrlnco dlco
cho ie forzo ltallano sotu dl nuovo buI
l'offenslva davantl u Gorlzla o cho la
eltta' o' bombardatn vlolentemente incntre
l'artlgllcria Itnllana e" attlvisslma audio
sul resto della fronto dell'Isonzo. I noltro
II comunlcato austrlaco dlco cho duo nvl
ntorl lltnllanl hanno lasclato cadoro bombe
Un telcgramma da Roma dice chc un
glornalo della capltalo Itnllana nfferma
die daU'lnlzIo della guorra a tutt'oggl la
Ocrmanla ha perduto 3G8 neroplnnl o 47
Zeppelin. Inoltro H00 nvlatorl tedoschl
so no stall ucclsl o fattl prlgloulcrl. IAus.
trla ha perduto tuttl i suol dlrlgllilll e 184
aeroplani. D.iU'Inlzio dcllo ostlllta' lu Ger
manla ha costrulto 50 nuovl dlrlgllilll.
I'n dlspacclo dall'AJa dice cho II Minis
tern olandese della Mnrlua ha conilucialn
a rcqulslre tuttl I piroscafl per pcopt mill
tnrl. Sebbeno II Mlnlstro degli Ksterl
olaudese teuti dl non provoenre ngitazioul
annunclnndo ripetutamento die l'OIanda
o' in relazlonl ainlchovnll con tuttl I b.'l
Ilgerantl, e cho i prnvvedlmentl mllitnrl
sono dl sempllce precniizlone, nel popolo
al sento gla' una ccrta irrequletezza.
SLAVS TAKE GALICIAN
TOWN NEAR TARNAPOL
Much Booty Lost by Austrians.
Aerial Duels on North
PETROGRAD, April 7.
Destruction of a German airship south
west of Dvlnsk and the capture of tho
Onliclan vlllego of Svetkavtzo wero ro
ported officially today.
Flight Lieutenant Barbna brought down
the enemy dirigible, presumably a Zep
pelin. It fell behind tho German lines.
The War Olllco announces great aerial
activity on the northern front. Russian
planes bombarding German positions and
the Germans dropping1 bombs ulong Gen
eral Everfa front.
In tho capture of Kvetkavtze, near Tar
nopol, the Russians gained 42 Juml mines
and much other booty. Austrian attempts
to retake the village were repulsed.
ROMA, 7 Aprlle.
tori sera It Mlnlstero della Guerra pub
lilicava II segucnto comunlcato ulllclalo
basato sul rnpporto del generale coman
il.intc dello forze ltallano opcrautl Bulla
"I nostri repaitl sono nttlvl lungo
la fronte dallo Hlelvlo alia Vnl Gludlcarla.
til mini n.'ltll ttttnlll ,11 II H l-l lul'lll Rllllll
' fronto dal I.ago dl Garda all'nlta vnllo
"N'clla Val Kugana si sono pure nvuto
nzlonl dl artlglleila. N'clla zona del tor
icnte I.arganzo, nolle vlclnanzo del
Ilrenta, II nemlco c' stato resplnto con
"Ncll'nltn vn'llo dell'Isonzo la ploggla e
la nobbla hanno nncota nstnrotatn lo
opernzlonl dl guerra, ad cccezlono dello
azlonl dl artlgllerla chc sono state Intense
sulle nlturo n nord-ovest dl Gorlzla.
SuH'altoplano del C'arso martedl' sera nol
resplngemmo due attacchi opcratl dagll
austtlacl contro lo nostro poslzlonl del
Monte San Mlchele."
I'n comunlcato uniolale nustrlaco pub
bllcnto Icrl sera a Vienna dlco cho Ie forze
uustro-tingnrlehc hanno ileoimulstatn tultc
10 trlncee gla' contpilstate degli Itallanl
nd est di Selz, cloe' suite falde del Monte
Coslch. l'ern' ncssiln anuunzlo dl ciuestn
genere o' Ktato fatto nucora dal Minis
teio della Guerra ltallano. II cul ultimo
cnnumlcato lion aceenna nemmeno ail at
tncclil del nemlco nella zona del basso
Intnuto glungono dalla I'enlsola 1Mb
canlca nollzle che fiinnn supporre Inv
mlnonto l'cntrnta della Rumania nella
guerra curopea n flanco della Quadruplice
Intesn. Un dlspacclo da Atene dice Infatti
die lo rclaziont tia I govern! di Sofia n ill
itucarest sono cosl" tcse die e' pos"lblle
die la Ilulgarla dlchlarl presto la guerra.
Si dlco pure cho lo autorlta' bulgaro ban
no nrrestatn died tedeschl accuati dl
aver fornlto Inforniazloni alia Iluiunula
circa 1 niovlmentl delle truppe bulgaro.
A Londtu r' glunto un dlspacclo prescn
tato dal rorrlspondcnte della Itcuter fin
dal 21 marzo u. h. all'ulllclo telegraflco dl
Hiicarcst e spcdlto soltanto lerl dopo essero
Mnto trattcnuto dalla cenaum rumena.
11 dlspacclo dice che in vista dclle prc
parazionl inllltarl evldcntlsslmo da parto
della Bulgaria II govcrno rumenn prendo
lo ncccssario mlsuro mllitnrl. 11 presi
dent del Conslgllo, Hrntlanu, ha pro
lungato la sesslono parlameutare sino alia
flno dl Aprlle, cosl' da poter esscre pronto
a far fronto con la mnssima rnpldita' a
qunlslasl colpo dl sorpresa da parto della
Ilulgarla, sorpresa che non o' affatto Im
posslblle, La stampa rumena commenta ampla
mente 11 fatto cho gr.iudl forzo bulgaro,
forso sel dlvlslonl, sarcbhero stato concen
trato mil confine della Dobrugia o speclal
mento nel settoro di Slllstria, della reglono
cloo' cho la Rumania acqulsto' duranto la
seconda guerra bnlcanica. La stampa
rumena si scnglla nnclio contro lo stato
d'nnlmo ostlle creato della stampa hulgara
nel vlclno regno contro la Rumania o do
nuinda II rlchlamo del mlnlstro dl Bulgaria
a Bucarest, H. Radev, cho e' accufato dl
provocaro agltazlonl nella Dobrugia.
Insommn. tutto fa credere cho realmento
10 relazlonl bulgaro-rumene slano improv
visamento divenuto molto tese.
Una famosa collezlonc dl monete, glolcl-
11 o camtnei, cho era conservata nel museo
IUrusco dl Corneto, provlnela dl Roma,
c' stata involata lerl da Ignotl cho rlmel
rono a peuetraro nel inuseo. I stata np
erta una iovera inclucsta per scoprlro I
ELSIE JAMS TO AVED UASIh
I1ALLAM, AX ENGLISH ACTOH
Musical Comedy Star's Engagement
to Young Briton Announced in London
LONDON, April 7. Miss Elsie Janls,
one of America's youngeat leading stage
favorites, has capitulated to Cupid, it
was announced today that she Is engaged
to Basil llallam, a young English actor.
Mr. llallam was a member of Mls3 Janls'
company when she was In England sev
eral months ago.
Rabbi Mayer (a Speak
Rabbi Ell Mayer will speak on "Reli
gion and Superstition" at the RoUeph
Shalom Synagogue, Broad and Mount
Vernon stret3, tonight at 8 o'clock.
A two-trayed grjpn box,
yellow-ribboned jjf contain
ing 30 UBfizuaJr kind of
that's sfir ddJjjswOTrr Mox.
Creea'lnJxrfrTer heart with
IS CANDY SHOP
SIX FEET BELOW BROAD ST.
IN 1HS LINCOLN BUILDING
iSKOAD ABOVE CHESTNUT
5 OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT
CONVICT'S BRIDE DIES;
FORSAKEN BY FAMILY
Grief Breaks Heart of Debu
tante Who Married Os
AUnrttN. N. V.. April 7. Kor'.iken by
her friends, disowned by her family, Jnno
Louise Cameron, the young society glil
that eloped n year ngo with nn ex-convict,
Is dead of a broken heart today. Urlef
hilled her. She tried to weather the
storm that followed her marriage, gave
herself to tho man she loved, confident
thnt she could innke him respected and
On April lfi last year, Jane Louise Mc
Carthy, 13. pretty, n debutante In Auburn
society, married Roy R. Cameron, who
had Just served a 10-year term In Auburn
prison, lie wns fighting to "come back "
Thomas Molt Osborne had opened .1
"rest home" In Auburn, where ex-convlols
might live while looking for work. It wns
there the two met. I'ameron told the
girl ho would "make good" If she would
help him. She put her trust in him
They lied to Syracuse, where they married.
When she mine back to Auburn to tell
her mother, she faced an angry parent.
Iter friends ostracized her. She nnd her
husband went west. Tho brand of "con
vict's wife" ptnreit on her lij her foimer
nssoclatei proved too much. She became
morbid, depnlrlng. She wasted away nnd
died In Detroit. Tho body will bo brought
hcio for burial.
PAIR'S SUICIDE PACT TOLD
IN NOTE; MAN'S IIHDY FOUND
Message Found in Can River Dra(j
Kcd for Girl's Corpse
rOTTSVILLE, Pa.. April 7 A tin can,
found In the Schuylkill nt Rending, con
tained a note purporting to bo wiltten
by Clayton Mengel. of Schuylkill llaicn,
saying thnt lie and Miss Helen Ifcpler,
of Crrssona, Intended to commit suicide,
nnd that their bodies would bo found In
The body ot Mengel was found Wednes
day morning. The State, police and
others, dragging tho riser, have failed to
Unci tho girl's body.
Molorman Held for Orand Jury
Domlnlck Wallace, 11! years old, a
motorman, of 3140 East Livingston stieet.
was hold by tho Coroner's jury today
to await tho action of tho Grand Jury
lu connection with tho death of Harry
Kolsky, IS years old. of 31 IG Berks street,
who was run down by a trolley car oper
ated by Wallace. The accident happened
W bite Vamp and
White Calf top Prin
cess whole foxed pal
tern. Louis Heel,
Two weeks ago we ad
vertised this clean cul,
white calf boot and sold
out every pair.
To those women who
were disappointed we
promised to obtain a sec
ond shipment in RECORD
TIME and here it is on
Ask any other shoe
store in Philadelphia if it
could have obtained
exclusive model boot
made to order in
part of our unusual
REWARDED FOR RESCUE
U. S. Gives Medal to Sailor Who
Saved Man From
Frank Creeley, a daring gunner's mate,
who established n new world's record for
diving, when ho descended 2SS feet off
the Hawaiian n.T!t to the sunken sub
marine l-'-l. lecelved a silver life-saving
medal from the I'nlted States Government
today for rescuing nnothcr diver, who
was slowly strangling lo death after hav
ing descended to salvage the submarine.
The announcement today, lecalllng the
time when tho P-l'went down near Hono
lulu a year ngo. gratified Greeley's friends
nnd relatives In this city, wheio he was
raised and lo which he comcc on ills fur
loughs to visit his aunts. Miss Mary Ciee
ley, of 1720 Mooter stieet. nnd Mu Mar
garet Roper, of 1814 North 21st street.
Both friends and i datives tills after
noon repeated their remarks of it year ago.
when the news wns flashed around the
world that Creeley went to herolo lenrths
to aid In raising tho F-4.
"A hero In every way, and we'ro mighty
proud of him." they said.
Creeley has had long experience In the
hazardous task of deep-sea diving, his
first exploit having been In 1008 when ho
took n plunge of 1R0 feet In San Fran
Cisco Bay, while on tho Roosevelt-ordered
cruiso of the American fleet around the
Crew Saved From 'Waterlogged Ship
NOIIKOLK-, Va.. April 7. The crew of
tho t arles A. Campbell, tho ship In dli
tress off Cape Hnttcras on Wednesday,
wns brought safely Into port nt I lamp
ion Roads today by the Norwegian steam
ship Senator The Senntor took the crew
oft tho Campbell Wednesday. The Camp
bell was loaded with railroad ties nnd he
ram o wnterlogged.
Hacc Track Man Poisoned
WASHINGTON. April 7. Thomas
Stranahali, superintendent of the Bowie
(Md ) race track, former supcilnlendent of
the defunct Kenning tiaek nnd widely
known to racing men. died at Casually
Hospital today of carbolic acid poisoning
Strniinhan is said to havo taken the acid
stalled them your beds have1
or luxurious case tuiu cuin-
When you have
reached the highest
fort. But FaultlessBox iferintrs require the finest ex
pert skill and knowlcdgofof the craft to produce' them,
They get it througDouLmd sp are superior to all others.
Wc make them tornall sizes of wooden bedsteads
You can sec example nt our store and now is the time
to give instructionsabout your slimmer bedding and
zes or "
r utorc (i
Doughertyje "Faultless" Bedding
Hair Mattrcs$cs. Box Springs. Brass Beds.
1632 CHESTNUT STREET
lade to order in tsnT j,
eeks and he wovrswy J
ii possible. ,r fj
We do it here it's ortbir
1208 ChcstnutSt kTOaVsu.
-t i (Over CMIdH Rcjteuraivt ) j,
W FLOOR. SAVES $
10c Will Keep
a Baby for
VroxUHntt If irfl.U tiro whole
omr mrnM oik prniirr at
tention ut the franklin Day
AuMrri. 5n Jarkson St.
on Jlaln Arcade this week.
r-E STOIII3 OPILN'S 8130 A. SI CI.OSUS BlUO P. SI.
HATS TlttmiED FREE OF CHARGE
ONE YELLOW TKADING STAMP WITH EVERY 10c
PURCHASE ALL DAY
Men's 3 Soft Hats & Derbies, $1.98
Ilerbtrm Newest styles. Tcrfect Jet black, fioft IIivUJ ur
line quality fur
Newest styles nndcolors.
Men's Stetson Hats at $3.50
Soft hats nnd derbies of extra quality.
Boys' $1.49 nnd $1.98 Cloth
Hats, 98c and $1.49
Of flno woolen materials.
I.lt Hrothern SECOND FLOOli
- fr, o 4 ' 4
irfrtorov c Have been Uns ) car If are Answered in Response to Our Announcement of (Um mmi o
The"Frankel Fifteen" Display of Suits & Top Coats for Men J.O ;!
most men J oda) Knorv Uotlnng, and Know lis Worth Where You Find the Greatest Crotvds There You Ma Be Sure of
Fnding the Greatest Values.
The Past Week's Tremendous Selling of "Frankel Fifteen" Clothing Proves, Without a
Doubt, that it is the Greatest Value Offered in Philadelphia at $15, or a Great Deal More
These new Sprinpr nntl Summer styles have Rained their inspiration from the finest creations of lending New York tailors,
iromincnt nmonp; them are Halkan-back coats. Others have swapper one- and two-button fronts.
Choose I mill lininl-lnilnrpil. all-wonl worsteds, hnmesniins. ehovintn. rnsslmrres. nlnicla nnd ftprncR.
To Full j' Appreciate These Values You Must Rear in Mind That Prices on Other Clothing Have Greatly Increased, Due
!, U'P lllIRcf Cost of Woolens. Dyc-StiiiTs and Labor. Yet "Frankel Fifteen" Clothinfj of Even Better Style and Qual
ity Than Past Years Still Costs Rut $15. JL a
Boys' $4.50 to $6.50
Easter Suits and Top Coats
2.98, 3.98 & H.98
i live j sasu RRM
Younff Men's $13.50 All- $
Wool Sercre Suits nt.....
Small men can I
Home havo natch pocicets,
Have Your New Easter Suit $9 A CJf
HIade-to-Measure for Only ' t,OXJ
Tallorlnc and materials are of the very lineal
nlcto satisfaction Bunrantced.
.Sihp $;.r0 lii S7..10 mi Tliein
ll-wool s-erses. fancy cheviots, casslmercs, no.
steds, iilr.lds, etc. Kniall men can also bo ilttcd
c-$ x -
, Miss & Woman S
gilt to Her New Co
Suits al S3.0R it J1.3R fcj:ccp blue serge) have I pairs o jmtif.t.
Norfolk Suits of fancy cheviots, enssimeres, shepherd plaids,
iniMurcs, scrRCS, etc. Also novelty suits.
Ton Conti In double-breasted or Norfolk models, of scrBcs,
shepherd plaids, fancy cheviots, mixtures, etc. Sizes 2H to
I.lt Ilrntlirrn SliCOND FLOOIl, 7TII STUEKT
O ! t -0 t OC ' -0
honld Be Giving
blUllie . fulValuesHere
The Larger Your
Only Two Weeks Till Easter
The Largest, Most Complete Exhibition of Easter Fashions Ever Assembled If'ithin a Limited Price Range
Stetson Hdts are
sold by leading
batter t anj
Furs, silks, dyes all of the
best go into Stetson Hats.
A 1 1
na sometninff more
Fifty years of style
certainty and fixed
This season more than
ever the wisdom of build
ing up an Industrial
Family where good work
is cumulative rather than
incidental or accidental,
is shown in the superb
styles of both soft hats and derbies.
Each Stetson is a masterpiece in its
class. The "Comfort" derby, for ex
ample, has not only perfect style, but
immediately conforms to the head,
Th "Pacemaker" soft hat, with its
taeringirown, self-striped band and
Jrs, will probably be the lead
ing hat in Philadelphia this season.
Your Stetson is ready.
John B, Stetson Company
Retail Store 1224 Chestnut Street
Juniors' $l5.Suits at $10.98
Fine serviceable ienjr: One sketched.
In Hunter's preen, Belgian blue and navy blue. IMaln
boish style, others with talfeta bands and cuffs,
tuxedo revers and silk collars.
Misses' $25 Suits at $18.50
One stiikinp new model in oriental effect.
.Made of uoul poplin in navy blue, black and colors: also
shepherd plaids Have Mandarin sleeves, slashed pockets
mid noicity buttons. Other smait styles at this price are
tailored from poplins, R.ibardlues anil serges.
Juniors' $14.50 Top
Coats at $9.98
Navy blue, rooklo and Copenhagen
i rim .il-o blacl.-nnd-whito checks.
i 1 f i ' tollars somo
Inlaid with broadcloth.
Br i r n n i n n i m J i n U h i f f ! i n i iu t j n t ; i h n n m i f it 1 1 ij.i n mh 1 1 ; i t m n ? n 1 1 n m i n ; n rxrrtr j y t? ttit n n i h 1 1 a
Misses' Handsome). SO EJ
$35 Suits at ;
Many attractive styles.
Wool poplin, serge, gabardine and
check velours; In black, blue,
drab, gray, rookie, green and
twn-tono effects. Havo pretty
contrasting collar, metal or other
novelty buttons nnd bengallne
Women's 520 Easter Suit
' at S15
Of gabardine, serge and poplin 111
navy blue, black, new blue, green,
rookie, gray, novelty checks, and
shepherd plaids. Show Norfolk or
Hating skirted jackets and smart
I.U llrotlir Second Floor
HATS TRIMMED FREE
H Ready to a Wear
Many Becoming Easter Styles
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Women's $20 Easter
Coats at $14.98
Of gabardine, wool poplin and serge
In navy blue, black nnd other spring
colors. Also black chiffon taffetas.
jOtfof expensive model costumes.
wing now sleeves, various dif
ferent collars and other exclusive
Sketch shows a striking new
Made of smart black-and-whito
Other styles In wool poplin
of navy blue, nelglan blue
and black, in rippling belted
effects with silk linings and
novelty collars. Also swag
ger black-and-white velour
i n k. b o m o
$ brims aro so
S broad and so
r bent as to re-
5 veal only the
mouth & chin
S others aro straight around &
i of exaKRcratcd width.
j The majority arc smart tailored
effects of the sort pictured.
$ It presents another ot the strikingly
smart black-and-gray combinations,
S trimmed with only n fancy.
I The Showing al $4.98 is Wonderful
? Comparing with the best 110 and
higher priced hats elsewhere.
A SPECIALTY HERE
Millinery Salon. Third Floor
.The amine" nra a notable feature.
omen's $40 Enster Suits
Scotch mixtures, In full-flaring top
per style with kimono sleeves and
Franciscan cape collar. Othera In
covert, novelty plaids and checks.
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Women's $1.50 French
Kid Gloves, $1.25
Two-clasp. In black, white and
Women's $1.50 $1 OC
Kid Gloves.... ' 1,ao
One-clasp. Jn black, white and col
ors, with three row backs,
$1.25 Washable Doe$1
Women's One clasp; n white.
I.lt llrotliem Flrt.t Floor, South
a diK. . i n:A,nmnt
A n f.Bllf,IVIM. -.
t " Z
Eighteen Hundred Pairs of
n's d. 6W& far$o qc I Qirls' Wear
. 3 ' " J JT M 1H
T Crtfir,'!. r.VPfll?rji 1 6mAmr J ' rcadlne to costume youthful folks
V (- Ili .AMWN
The display has
just been in
creased by the
arrival of many
8ive of the last ivord in
Easter Millinery and
including every fash
ionable shape ant
Tiiev are mails of fine milan hemns.
Ing the latest wide brim shapes trimmed
rmoons. nowers, quins auu wiuko.
Sketch tJlioivK One
Also Extra Special Offering Jh the
Smartest Misses' & Children's
Sport Hats, $1.49 to S2.98
Of fine two-toned colored henip with bands
$3 Milan Hemp Hats, $1.98
Have two-Inch llsere flanges. Leading sailor
shapes In black, navy, gray and sand.
Lit Brother- FIRST FiiOOR. NORTH
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The Entiif Stock ofEpw Shoes Prepared for the New beason
by One If Philadflphia'e Most Exclusive Men's footwear
Shops, Jormerly J&cated at lite South Perm Square. The
Celebraled "Biltrite"" and Steadfast" Brands.
Seven weeks ago we purchased the entire holdings of this
find in a very short while disposed ot its wnoie ioioi
men' hiEh shoes in tne greatest tootwear saie inai mis cuy
husjever known. Tomorrow's sale will be just such another
, memorable event and otters in conjunction
Great Special Purchases from the framous
Rice & Hutchins, Lchi.qh Valley and Ex
celsior Shoe Companies,
Event iieio Spring model in. all the best
leathers, including tan Russia calf, glazed
kidskin, black calfskin and patent coltskin.
Include AA width, sizes 6 to 12 A, B, G
widths, sizes 5 to 11 D widths, sizes 5 to
12. But we cannot promise that all of
these sizes will last throujjhout the day
hence early selection is advised.
Women's $3 Shoes, $2.19
Patent coltskin. gun-metal calf and glazed kldskln.
or button. Low, medium or full Louis heels.
Misses & Children's
$2 to $3 Shoes, $1.55
Sizes 8 VS to 3 In lot.
Boys' $2.50 to $3.50
Sizes 10 to 5H-
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oughly serviceable kinds.
Bit; Girls' $8.50
Have detachable silk
poplin collar, belt,
pockets and pearl but
tons. Sizes 6 to 14
years and larger. i
Big Girls' $15 Serge
With convertible collar.
Wide belt, novelty buttons
and pipings on collar,
no cuffs, and be)l Sizes 6
ao to 14 years and larger.
Little Tots' $5.50 Coats, $3.98
Serge with silk poplin collar, cuffs, girdle
& novelty buttons. Entirely lined. Sizes
S to S yeurs.
Big Girls $2 to $11.50 Wash Frocks,
98c to $8.50
Ginghams, percales, linens, reps and Cham
brajs. Sizes 6 to 14 years.
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