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w . lllVEKINO PUBLIC JJflDGJSK IILADELP&IA, .MO'DAV, OCTOBEB 0, 1919 L& 4T ? Tie Testftttf 0 ua Grant Dr HAZBIi DRTO IIATCHELOIt ComHoM, IP tv the TmHIo I.tioer Co. (Tomoirnw, nliotit mrclliiK In This Chapter Dan Wins the Sympathy of Julia's Sister kkat) this rirt.sr Dun Parfon i omen'os In .Tulln Orrtnt three weeks liofnre their innr riajy that he It In lovn with nnotlirr vvomnn and .lulia JolcAsoi Mm. ljnn uni in N'nnov Cromwell to ask lirr to marry him and discovers thnt slip ha? only boon IllrtinK. .num. in hip meantime, has taken up hospital work to try to forget. THEN hTAKT TIIII SI OUY DAN CAItSON"S first feclltiR nftor his pjtncricucc with Nanpy Cromwell had lppn onp of intpno atiRpr. He was angry with himself for having trusted 'anpj, and furious with her hernuRe slip hnd treated him like the llttlp coquette j With she was. After his flrt anger riled White, down he suffered intense humiliation White. lie wrlthpd whpii hp thought of tlip , Thpodoip not let Julia believe that this wag thr truth i for J,ucy would ho sure to tell her ulster. It would put him In a bet ter light with every one and the Urnnt girls would not be likely to ever meet N'Hncy Cromwell. "I paid 1M been a fool, I.uey," ho said, "and 1 meant It. It I'm uriiappt It's inv own fault. Hut a man often ruins his whole llfo by doing something on the spur of the moment that he mn regret for the end of his days." WOMAN MAJOR WEARY OF PARADING; . WILL QUIT Mrs John .. O'lfricn Announces She Will Hetire Fiom Staff of Governor of Florida in April l.ury (ells thfi fnmllj Pan mi the, street.) Mrs .Tnlin .1 ORi ten l tired of pirml ing and will retlie as major on the staff of (he governor of Florida neit Apill. Mrs O'llrlen was fomi'rh Mrs (ieorge Quintan! Ilprwltz and pioml TO DC nlADDICn LI IT DC unit as n vice piesldcnt of the Kitipi- WAR WORKERS HOME; . i Itigg Iipfnip having Itiissln fni the t'ulted Stales. He came In tills i it iinincvliiitelv a liot t I line ago Mi. Iti'g wns bnin in I'ngland luis m.ulp New Zealand his Inline tti.i ii veins. It is thought Hint iiuipli- will (tii tin it" vnii aftei wpilding. Tln iijcmiioiiv will Iip hi Id nl I'lic nils' Meeting IIiium Coulter (Jiecnc studs, (icuninntovwt At pies put Miss White is living with In- In other at 151 W i si Coultn (Iriiiiiiutovvii, DEAF SCHOOL TO OPEN imt f.u Hip ii. i the I anil Sister of Thomas Raeburn White to Be Bride of New Zealander llii- marrlagp of Ml 1'sIIipi sister of Thomas Itnehitin on Wednesdaj nfleruoon. to Itlgg, of Wellington. New Bawtrool manner in which Nnnev liail enliuid, ionics tlie climax ot a win- turned him down, after the lengths lie i time romance which started two ears had gone to get her. Needless to say ago, when the couple met In the m his egotism suffered a severe jolt lei lor of Itii'-sin But it was characteristic of him that At (hat I hue Miss White was in all during this tlmp he thought of him- Itussia with tin- Friends' unit, helping self first and never of .lulla. If he did to establish hospltnls for the win wif give any thought to hei, it was a ic-jfems. Mr ltigg was engaged in tjie giet that he had not stopped to think1 same woik aud fni ki'VimrI months tluii before telling her thnt Iip no loivei ' wink wns so identical ns to keep Hum Wed her ftp wasn't simp, In fait, logttliT most if the tune It Is said that he didn't love her still, ferliaps ' tmt Miss White beiame engaged In Mr it was not with that heiuWrong burn ing love that he hail felt for Nancv , ceitninlv it seemed to be different fiom thnt, but .Tulia was calm, 'o safe, such a refuge from th disappointments of life. She would make nii man a good wife. Dan whs verv much alone tlice d'iv He kept nwn.v from all of the old crowd and did some thinking. As time went on his humiliation grow ltss and he found that he could do iiulte well without Nnucj At one time hp hnd thought if he didn't confess the tuith to .lulia so that the wav would be paved to Nancy, he couldn't exist nnother moment. One morning Dan met I.ue firnnl in the street. He hnd gone out for lunch early and Ian y was evident! hopping. She earned several smnll packages, and she looked nuitc pu'llv Dnn hail never given much thought to lauj ; he had nlvvnvs thought ot her very much as a child, but this morning he won dered whether she would speak to him or T.ucv bowed. It wns a cool little bow. to be sure, but it was recognition, and thnt was more than Din lind Hoped lor. . With that much encouragement he slid denlv decided to give I.ueiv an oppor tunity to stop. Dan's egotism was al-' leady carrjing him past the stage where his humiliation and thp ie.ili7iition of what he had done bothered him to any extent. Lucy wavered and thpn stopped. She was unceitniu ns to what to say, ana Dan wns uncertain as to what attitude o take. Thcic was oue thing in his favor, it he had but kuown it, and that was the fact that he looked had. Uay, in her Imagination, had pictured Dan a triumphant bridegroom by now. His treatment of Julia, although it hnd evoked indignation in her warm llttto heart, had not lacked n certain tin ill. Lucy had piptuicil Dan a domineering tpe of man riding loughshod over thp women he knew. She had thought ot him as sweeping this other woman off her feet in a tempestuous marriage. How disappointed she would have been if she had known the humiliating ttuth. Dan smiled his old engaging smile, and, coming from his rather haggard xoung face, it wrung hucy's henitV lit "lie. Dan had suffered, was suffering- thinxc l,nH not eone right, perhnps even now he wns longing for .lulia and wish- j was lujlt in ISM. Ing he hadn't netccl as he nail. i,uc s; curiosity was paramount; she wanted, to learn the truth if she could. "Dan jou look nwful, what is the mntter?" she began. For a moment Dan was natural and spoke as he felt. "Oh, I.ucy, I've been I a fool." he groaned, "an utter fool." Lmcy's eyes widened. "What do you mean? Aren't sou going to marry the other eirl?" Ijiicy was the first peison thnt Dan had spoken to about the nflan, and even if he had wanted to biaeu the I f thing out and to pretend that everything I wns going well, nt that moment it would have been impossible. Then, too, he had the fleeting iden that as n haggard i tlgure, he might anakeu pity in .lulia's heart. I nis men wits u. in, mruu, uu- i pleasant to him So he shook his head I "Something happened?" iineiipd l.ucy. "Yes. Speech-Reading Club Has Marie Many Changes for Students Students in speei h-teailiiig me he ginning to nuive todav and all the .u tivities of the Spicch Heading Club of Hiiliirielplua, 100(1 I-oeiist stuel, will not. He was quite sm prised whenl'"- ' " '''! V . t i ,,-nt ntnl then The Tulip Tearoom oppiird this m pv hesitatul a moment nnu iniii, 1IIK llll uuillliukiiit ni,iw .tilt, ii,-,, i'.i lushing- The Women's 1'xchnngi with px(iiisile hand work done bv deafened women and placed on sale feu i their benefit, is read v for isitois. The dormitory rooms are rapidlv being filled ' IMiuntionnl work m nil branches In gan torinj . Sundaj school for deaf men, women and children will be conducted at the club nt 4 o'clock each Sund.iv afternoon, beginning October 12. Miss Cora DJalc Kinie, diieclni of the ilub, has announced ninn.v new at tinctions for this season, ineludiiu lec tuns, plajs, eiitertainineiits and las-ci for deaf peisous. Tree instruction in lip-ieading will he provided for adults who nre uiinble to pny for lessons Mis Hose Kinzle, one of the offic ei s of the club, hopes to find employment for all peisons so afflicted who maj be in in c d of woik. To Urge Ridge Avenue Alumni Amos Chnmberlaln, principal of the Darbv schools, will ask the stthool bo.inl at its meeting tonight to sanction a plan of an old pupils' oignnintinn among those who formerly attended Hie old Itidgp Avenue School, as well is ex pupils of the present Ridge avenue building. I he tirst Itiilge avenue sclmnl gency Aid before the duties of the office of mnvor of Mooie Haven, Flor ida, and tomato and potato farming claimed sin h a large part of her time She Is visiting nt the honie of Mrs Alchlbtld llnrklie at Wnvne for a few clnvs. "1 wns made a major on the (Jovei nor's staff ns a wai measure,'' said Mrs, O'ltilen lodrv, "I wns to up resent all Ihe oiganliitlons inteiesleil in tnnd stuffs in the slnte. Hut I'm Hied of pnrnding The finvrriini's term ends next April nnd 1 go nut of ofhre with him. I hope I'll never have to parade again." Airs O'Hrieu refused lenomilialion , as mn.vor of Mooie Haven when hir teim expired June 1. She had sue cesfullv hioken through southern piejudiie against women holding pn llthnl office and was almost iinnnl moiislj ileclml in HUT. Although she had been inteiesleil in mine social cm ganmvtions than it would be cim In eniiineiiitp. Ml- O'ltrit-n was mil In.li t.llnl ..fcl f ll til UllftlflPA Ml upon inching this cniuitnV. ,,,, .. ., .,,. i...!,...,. ,, tln'cifhic f ninvoi i- chip that can Iip held -in i p-sfullv bv a woman l Moiiip Haven -he had the iiidinaiv ilulii- of a mnvoi in addition to hold ing coin I and hi ing the ceiimi of the town's ninrnl- "llelug mnvor is er iuleic-ting all except Hie coiiit vvnik," -nvs Mi O'Hiipii 'I'luit i nine eveiv Mniiilnv linn ning and 1 didn't like that al all sin c I, i Hut the municipal woik wns most li tere-ting "I'm on vacation, now, Ihe Inst one I have had in two vears Hut hntli Mi (IHneii and I are liere on bu-ine , too We hardly have tune foi a vn cation. I have mine to put inv ten viai old sou, Otville into -c liool Mi- OHruii is c iiHiiisiaslii about Hn climate -ml and ciotis of I'loilda and has a large tomato and pntntn farm theie. Mooie Haven elecled a man ns mnvor to succeed Mis O Hilen. During lier teun Mis. O'HiIpii had onl.v men on hpr cnumil which wns an elected hndv She is confident that the wav has bcui opined for other southern women to hold political oflii e. Next Wediipsda.v she will leave with Mr Harclav Warbiirtou for n shoil trip to French l,hk. CONFER ON TUBERCULOSIS Experts Will Open North Atlantic Meeting Here Thursday Methods of i-nmhntiiiR the while plague will he discussed by health nnd sanitation authorities of national ie novvn llii week iliiiing the sixth annunl ' Vol 111 Alliintle- Piibeiciilosls Confer eiico lo lip lield in the Hcllevue Strnt ford Hotel on 'Ihiir-clav anil Frnlav Aiiimic llnisi who will take tin rt in the confeienci an )i Donald It. Arm stiong, whose woik in mutters of health reform nlteail.v hn- attiacted natln.t wlele allentlnu. Iloini i Folks, heael of the Heel Clo-s 'I uheii iilosis Commlii'il of Hitiope dining Ihe win . Wnltci D Turin i, secntm.v of the Illinois Tuber eulosls Associalioii mill Hi Harriet H. .Iciiies. who cnnieil the work of health education to the incite inncccsslb'e mountainous sections of West Virginia NEW COURSE FOR WOMEN Will Enable Doctors to Instruct School Teachers in Hygiene The Womnn's Medical College of thl iltv announced todav the establish inent of a special course to lit women phvsiciiwis ami uiiises foi instiiiitlnii of school teachers in the tent lung of llVgll lie to ctlillilVtl. The ionise, whlcji is open in pie liniiiiiirv cliis-es to -Indents of all col leges and niiiscs' tinltilng schools. I--iiuilnr to tlio-e given nt the Tc nihil -Colli ge. .New Yolk, and at Simmons Colli 1.1 , Huston. Viiiioiimimriil nln was niiide that the -Indent icgistintion at the W "in mi- Mutual Colli ge l urn sith the lulu! n u mix I of women -lilili nts in lueilii ll colleges in the Ciiilnl Slnli" lluw pulling I'liihulelphia in Ihe li.nl in pievintive medicine MISS WHITE TO BE BRIDE Sister of Thomas Raeburn White to Marry Theodore Rigg Miss Kslhei While sisin of Thomas Km Inn n White, l.'l West Coultei stuel, (ieimiiiitowu will he uiaiiied to 'IliPodoie Hlgg, of Wellington N, ,1 , Widnesilav afternoon Mis White sjii nl son ml months Willi He Fill mis unil In ltu-ia. wheie she helped establish ho-pital- during the war The niniriagi will lake place in the Fi lends M Ming House nt Coultei ami tJieiue iini'tH dcrmaii Invvn Skin Troubles Soothed With Cuticura All lnjjrfiit, Sad26, Ointmfnta A M Talcum U Sitmplt f irh frf nf CaUcif Dtpl St Xite THE INTERNATIONAL TEXTBOOK PRESS, of Scranton, Pa., oilers exceptional oppoi Utili ties for steady work and good pay to sober and reliable CYLINDER PRESSMEN I. P. P. and A. U. man only. Lots of overtime. Night scale, $33.50. Address: Foreman, Printing Department, International Textbook Press, Scranton, Pa. , M " 1 1711 1 Winiiimwini ini'i iiKimjiMiwiU'WHiiiiimrcfl mil ui'nimi mmihii wipctiiiiiii'i'nniiiiiiiii y I q 1 1 I IrllrrS I' lllCil Charge Accounts Solicited nil 'iinmiiii Mffinniiwuinr iiimiJimiHiiimtmnimi ninnriwuii nnimmnnntiifffi Furs and Millinery M That Buy Anything front Um leading nlorH of I'Mla., VTIl mlnrton, (nmclen anf AlUnllt Cltr Easy Torms FRAMBES & CLARK 1112 Cheitnut St., PhiU. alO Guuranlfo Tr. Illile.. Allanllo Clu SO .V. Third bt.. Ciundea STORE mmK ason or Uelvtan 1Z15 Chestnut Street Liberty Bonds and Purchasing Agents' Orders Accepted Final Clearance! All "Odd" Furs! Lowest possible prices emphatically emphasized: see lists for tomorrow! In view of the steadily increasing prices on all raw skins of any quality irf the open markets at wholesale, there is neither rhyme or reason in reduced pnsthe davs. But as these Furs constitute the "remnants" of our annual Sale, we arc : glari to'bc able to announce the almost terrifically reduced prices now tagged to them. All Lots Arc Limited Exactly as Advertised To Avoid Disappointment, Early Shopping is Advised N A Small Deposit Will Reserve Your Purchase 'Dan. yon didn't change your mind after it iv as ton late?" l.ucy s tone was thrilled. Tf this were true, then this was romance it was Just like a hook. Lucy did not stop to thlnfc thnt In 1 hook the characters are not flesh and blood capable' of suffering nnd thatj her sister, .Tnlla, was a real woman and more cnpablc of suffering than the average. , Dan's mind worked quickly. TVfiy I 1 1 aanj 1 SSbh fk I mfLJfr ic? 111 m m Fur Scarfs Fur Sets (8) (!)) (9) (7) (5) 4) (4) (8) Taupe Wolf .. Brown Wolf . . Brown Fox . . . Taupe Fo . . . Black Lyn .. Black Fox . . . Natural Mink Kepularl . . 22.50 . . 21!. 50 . . 25 00 . . 2,"i 00 . . .15.0(1 . . 45 00 . . 15.00 Hudson Seal 45.00 (7) Jap. Cross Fo 67 50 Now 14.50 (2) 11.50 (5) 17.50 I (3) 17.50 1 (4) 24.00 (1) 32.50 (8) 112.50 (G) .14.50 ' (1) 44.50 I 0) Natural Raccoon Gray Wolf Hudson Seal .... Black Wolf Skunk Taupe Fox. Black Fox Taupe Lynx Mink Regularly . . 15 00 . . f2 50 . . 72 50 . . 75 on . , 75 00 .. 98.00 . . 100.00 .. 110.00 . . 125.00 Now 21.50 42.50 49.50 19.50 51.50 81.50 71.50 79.50 81.50 Accidents will ejecur, but infection need not Yon ncverfawr just when It I gotng to happen. Generally without warning a slip Is made a deep cut a broken and bruised skin is the result. That' s thetimetobe careful to guard against infection. There' s safety and security In a jar of Resinol Ointment. Anoint the wound and bandig tt heal twice at fait this way, Realnol Soap and Ketinol Ointmtuied Jointly are excellent lor the treatment ot all akin dnerdera on limbi, body and (act. They work quietly and well. Besiaol AtXdryttUf. muv!m fmrtf Aiti-fT, 'PpTTh- Two Million Women Have Agreed On A Face Powder FINE-GRAINED, permeated by mostexqulsite fragrance, it spreads on easily, acting as a magical and invisible coat ing, keeping sun, wind and dust from injuring the delicate skin tissues. Before offering this powder generally it was submitted to the most difficult tests in more than half the beauty shops until finally the verdict was received CtfjAfl u$tM Face Powder Wins Be careful always to select the right shade. If you are blonde, get Qesh color; blended If you are ot medium coloring; oru nette, if you are dark; cream, if you have an olive complexion. Al Drf, 4 PfrfcMt SUr JSifci Fur Stoles (3) (2) (D Australian Seal . Scotch Molpskin . Skunk (1) Russian Kolinsky Coatees Recularly , . 67.50 .. 125.00 .. 145.00 .. 185.00 (1) ( 1! (3) Marmot Coats 92.50 Regularly 125.00 nannmmiiiimnsmnnici Regularly Nutria IGO.OO Australian Seal .... 165.00 Mink 175.00 tl) Scotch Moleskin .... 215.00 1 Natural Squirrel ... 265.00 (1) Hudson Seal 295.00 (3)Hudson Seal Coats 165.00 Regularly 210.00 mmtnrmmmnBjiMh;.! Now 14.50 89.50 98.50 125.00 Now 110.00 115.00 135.00 165.00 195.00 225.00 (3) Nutria Coats 175.00 Ritnularlv 225.00 " 1 . M 'nnffluniniuii.isEiip-Lu.i.iiiiii-:''"-!"-! (2) Australian Seal Coats 135.00 Regularly 195.00 mmmmmmmi (4) Pony Coats 98.50 Regularly 135.00 nrcinmuutiaBmiiM (S) Muskrat Coats 135.00 Regularly 175.00 aiinffinsraannniHaiiniaiinnuiaiii. (S) Hudson Seal Coats 225.00 Regularly 285.00 !irniii!;n:n:nni!!nr.n:x::n!3n:!:::'ni:n B (1) Natural Squirrel Coat 325.00 Regularly 395.00 nnnfflflrciCT 1 WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKER'S Wainiaiiriiiaker9s Down &or The Glfaleninff Beauty of Fox Fur is displayed to advantage in the kuiK-haifed scarfs that look best tossed care lessly about the shoulders or caught tight at the neck. There is interesting choosing among very at tractive scarf's in taupe, brown and black at $42.50 to $G0. (Mxrkrn Black Knitted .Bloomers Unusual at 55c They Hie jjencrouqly full with rhntic at the waists and kites. (( rnlrnll Pretty Pink "Nighties," $11.25 Two slip ovei style dainty and froh: One ! h I'lepe balivtr trimmed with laeo at the neck and sleeves. The olhei is 11 plain batiste hemstitched in blue ami embroiil eiptl with coloicd flovveis. rnlrnl) Can the Sale in the Upholstery Store Yoy? 500 PaSr of Menu's Shoes ai $6.90 Wlhiclli Is About Today's Manotfactmifliinig Cost One style is of black calfskin on an English last and is the .sort of shoe that business men like. Another, also of serviceable black calfskin, is a blucher model on a wide-toe shape. The heavy-weight uppers and soles insure good service in cold, wet weather. (Cutlrrr, Mnrkrl) l Boys' Sweaters, $5 Wnim nbbrd swcateis (of wool and cotton) aie made with roll collais. The boy lan wear one under his coat in very cold weather as well s jrivc it good ti' rich' now. Sizes 2K to 111. They nrc in blown, blue, osfoid and heather , (Oullrri Vlnrkrt) Cui tains at snwmr of 2.V' to fifl'r on today's prices. Good values in di.ipeiy and cm tain mateuuK. Many ties of matting boxe and cedai chests A lot of reduced cictonncs. Suiely jou vill find something ninoiiK them to help make vow home chiciv nnd lomfoi table for the Wintei ! l( rnlrnll The Beauty of Bolivia and Its Light Warmth make it one of the most desirable of Fall and Winter coat materials. Lovely Coats of Bolivia have huge, io,y collais of the same mateiial (for many women like to wear their own furn) ni tummed with fur collar?, and often fui pockets nutria, squirrel, beaver, Hudson seal ("dyed milikiat), Austialian opossum and taccoon aie used effectively. Iheie are semi-fitted, loose, flovvini 01 gracefullv belted models coats to suit an woman fiom the small to the ery large women. Theie aie ies up to 52. Linings are woith a mention to themselves thev aie all the soft, lovely silks that aie a pleasure just to feel. Colors rip the fashionable ones of the season blown, beaer, teindeei, Monaco, navy, black, taupp and chinchilla. All in all, they are coats woith while. Prices range from $57.50 to 11115. Tweed Coats Are Good Practical Three Styles Looking- and at $1 9.5 which is an unusually low pi ice foi good, stuidy tweed coats cut on good lines, well tailored and half lined with silk. (Vlnrkrl) I 1f p- 1 sia i , - J tr, iu i "7m It li .ftl 1 V I - -f " .i $17.5(1 ll S'lil.50 Suits Are So Versatile airad Clharinniuiig That Clhoosiinig Is a Pleasure When so many new materials are used, suits cannot help but be interesting, par ticularly when one adds the charm of new lines ! Wool jeifey in spoits model; suits of wool poplin and gabaidine tummed with braid; new tail leuts of silveitone with npnling jackets; handsome Mlvertone suits on long lines luxuiiously tiimmed with fur, and plain suits of lovcl mateiials beau tifulh tailoted these are some of the newest model-,. '30.50 to $150 with a laige lange of .sizes between. jumart, New Snails That :t ChnldlreirTi's Pajamas of .stuped flannellet aie waim, soft and comfortable. Theie aie all sies fiom (! yeais to 16 and, nu thev are in the two-piece style, they will do for eithei gills in boys. $2 nnd $2.25. enlriil) j Buinigallow Apronis that will do foi house flocks aie as neat and atti active as one could wish. They aie made of a good quality of gingham in plain colois: Gray, Copenhagen, gieen, pink, tan and light blue, tiimmed with white nciac braid. The biaid about the necks, sleeves and down the sides gives a delightful air of cleanliness and fieshness. $2.50-. (Onlrnl) Attractive New Skirts at $9.50 One of liuigh sknting that is nice for school or business wear is in huntei's gieen. The out standing hip pockets and the lows of buttons give it a youthful touch. Silk poplin skiits m black, navy, giay and icin deei aie in a variety of pietty models. Also theie are skiits of eIoui in niious plaids mid blnik and navy heige hknts. (Vlnrkrll . ji for Emlbroideriinig Theie aie nightgowns, bibs, towels, centerpieces, boudoir ot legulni pillow cases, couch covers, scaifs, combinations, babies' di esses, etc., all of good mateiials. 25c to $1.75. (( riitrul) At S.')9.50, the eiy attt active nued jeisey suit in mahogany tones is finished with bone buttons. The hides of the new, lather long jacket aie corded about the bottom, and the jacket is lined- with lovely flovveied silk. At $47.50, this stylo is intetpreted in velout with a roll collar of laccoon and also in Mlvertone with the collar and pockets of Australian opossum. At $50, the model that is sketched is of luct do laine with a laccoon collar and an intcicsting vest. In the group at this price are also suits of fine wool vclour with fui collais and pockets of ringtail and suits of lustiou.s bioadcloth witlr, nearseal collars nnd bands of nearseal about the bottom of the jackets. iMarkftl 500 Corsets at $1 Their aie two model", one Is, of pink coutil topless, with elastic in the fiont and good boning all mound. The other Is a higher model, but allows flee hip space. It has a band of elastic on each side of the front steels. The long back is boned quite well. (Onlrnl) New Batiste Blouses Are the Esseinice of Smartmess in then turn whiteness and they launder very well. Thice atti active models aie sketched. Othci stles have roll or fiat collars, much diunty tucking and lace tumming; and all of them hae cuffs that button in around the wrists. It is haul to choose among them, foi each seems more attractive than the last. Pi ices aie $4.75 to $0.50. (HiirkM) , "iSS .j v Imiterestiinig Frocks for Juiniior Qirfls at $18.50 One is of serge and is quite practical for school nnd yet would bo nice for afternoon and evening atfaiis. It has a detachable guimpe of fine white pique, and both the collar and cufls aie finished with picot-edged organdie 1 utiles. The taffeta rib bon girdle is delightful, as It is in deepening shades ot n color, for instance, Nile, light green, bright gieen and tin tic green. Sizes 12 to 1C years. Velveteem 5imip!y Made Velveteen in green or blue forms a model charm ing in its simplicity. It is collarlcss and has bell sleeves- Bone buttons and braid loops are the only adornment. Sires 12 to 16 years, $25. Rem Haunts of Cottoim Dress Goods all maiked at savings; included are. useful lengths of gingham pcrcnle, voile, white goods, etc. (Central) 1000 Pair of Women's Shoes at $6M Kvery pair laces high, as Fashion dictates for Autumn, nnd every 6olc is of good leather welted on to givo satisfactory set vice. Urown kidskln shoes have high heels. Dark tan leather shoes have medium heels. Tan calfskin shoes with brown cloth tops have medium heels. Which style for you I (Cheitnut) 'A J Jl M i si?J fcl TaI sz i ."SI l -l jKl Tl M ?! - fl ,'' W.' A lfi.trrwp, .,-, f a Mutf)i . Ml i - A t 4 T-i T fi5!- - 3- i - :t: .tort xi.. If-- , . -Ai. .:,' Sj&vj 1 I s Fui- Repiiring and;ReraodelingM fie I & 1 fT ff n ' BQBBESESSCnewaM HMMtMIMBnHHMlHHa a. r" " wTi-ir- j