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Store Hours, 9 to 5
$15 Electric Fans are the biggest sellers, but there
are fans at $3.95 that will add comfort to a sick room;
and $4.95. Prices run to $27.50.
MARKET' CHESTNUT" ErGHTB NINTH
Thursday, June 23, 1921
We invested a million francs to lessen the cost to
you of Coty Perfumes and Powders.
JO SAVE CHILDREN
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Leap3 From Truq) and Stops
Runaway Horse Bearing
Down on Group
DRAGGED AND BRUISED
Frank Mature, hoceman of firetruck
Nn. 11. nut his own life in peril last
Bight In stopping n frlgbtoncd runaway
horso from Dearinc nown on n uozen
children playing rlng-arouml-the-rosle.
The hprolc work of the lioscman
brought him commendation today from
his superiors and fellow-firrmcn. Ma
ture was badly bruised.
The trurk wni returning to Its sta
tion, Fourth street and Snyder avenue,
from a loral fire The team, belonging
to a teamster of MO Snjder avenue,
wns standing near Fourth and MoKenn
The hore became frightened at the
clanging of the firebell and darted
south on Fourth street. The children
were plnjlng in the street near Merry
The scared nnlmal bore down at n
terrific pare OniooUlng women nnd men
screamed a warning to imp I'mmmi
who were too enwrapped in their play
to pay heed.
Mattnn. noting the danger of tin
children, darted from the running board I
wf the fire truck and luckllv rn4Kht tlie
bridle of the hore. . -,. , J
The fireman was dragged fiftx feet
before the aniraul stopped. Had not '
the fireman taken this chance the horse
and vagon would have run down the!
The children observing their own nar-1
row escape gave three lutv cheers for
the heroic flremnn.
WM. PERRINE LEFT $111,356
Jnventory of Editor's Estate Filed.
Wills Admitted to Probate
An Inventory ai filed toda with
Register Sheehnn of the personal estate
nf TVlllInm Perrine. who was edltor-
in-chtcf of the Evening Bulletin. The
total was 5111.350. including SSI .000
In Liberty bonds nnd 040 shares of
Pennsylvania Railroad tock valued at
present quotations nt S33.005.
Wills admitted to probate were those
of Elmer 8. Jackson. 1010 North Lelth
gow street ; Alice E Tarbuck. 2114 West
Estaugh street. $fl.". and .Tnenh Ver
ner. 1000 East Yoris street. $30,241.
In the Verner will, .$2."0 each was left
the Society of St Joseph. Little Sis
ters of the Poor St .Inhn's Orphan
Asvlum nnd St. Joseph's Hospital The
residue is willed a daughter. Sara J.
Short George II Vcgandt. of 2030
Ontario street, willed $23.."00 to rela
tives. Ietters of administration were
granted in the estate of Lewis Ottinger
2241 South Ninth street. .$."00 to S10.-000.
FIREMAN BREAKS LEG
Falls From Pile Driver at Oil Plant
William Stewart, a hreman of En i
glne Company No. 50. broke one leg m
a thirty-toot fall from a burning pile
driver of the Gulf Refining Co . at Pen
rose Ferry on the Schujlljill River. lat
night. Stewart was taken to the Meth
odist Hospital The damage chummI In
the fire is estimated at $1500.
Confidence. Opening lecture S P. M., fr
Juno 27. Lttaratura
XEFF COLLEGE. 1730 CHESTNUT ST.
Is Ideal for
Sop.O!ntant,TiJtamJe eYrywt" Forwnpla
tddrau: Oittcv L.txrutlt J(t X. lltl&nMui
KEEPS THEM TIGHT
Relieves sore gums, sweetens
the breath. A white powder. At
best Drug or Department Stores,
30c, 60c., $1.00 or write direct to
which usually cornea
from strained or over
worked muscles, Ab
sorbine, Jr. is highly
Briskly rubbed In t th
sore spot, Absorbine, Jr.
will take out the pain and
stiffness quickly, and re
store the muscles to their
normal, healthy condition.
Absorbine, Jr. is clean and
wholesome and leaves no
11.23 a bottle
t tnoit drugfiau'
W. F. YOUNG. Inc.
Tomorrow Sale New
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2000 Misses' Dresses : 2000 Women's Dresses
Seven Price-GroupsHSample Garments in Each
Values $12.50 up
Check ginghams especially "country club
checks." Slip-on, sleeveless styles, and styles and
styles with sleeves. Tier - pleatings, Sash - tie
backs. Organdie-trimmed styles.
Non-crush linens with or without sleeves.
Slip-over styles. Chemise styles, Rosetones.
Orchids. Greens. Yellows. Blues. Br6wns.
Figured or dotted voiles all hard-twisted.
Silk taffetas mostly navy blue.
Tricolettes mostly sports styles and color
ings. And samples samples samples, besides!
Sizes 14 to 20.
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Misbcs' Crepe de
Misses' Organdie in
Organdies in all the fruit colors including honey
dow; all the vegetable colors, including carrot and
tomato, besides exquisite pinks and pale blues, and
plenty plenty of white.
Georgette Crepes perfectly stunning I
Ginghams imported ginghams, in the sauciest
Crepes' de Chine mostly
sports styles and sports styles
are most in demand.
Taffetas mostly good old
Sizes 14 to 20.
And many samples, besides.
Values $25 to $35
Canton Crepes especially
the "ribbon dress" with the
ribbons massed all in little fish
Crepes de Chine.
White Georgettes skirts all
in petal pleatings; bodices all
And wonderful Shantungs.
All the high summer colors
that youth delights in and
Plenty of white and pink
for summer hotel wear.
Plenty of navy blue for
traveling and street and motor
and general wear.
Tans. Grays. Naturals.
Sizes 14 to 20.
Including the "Devon sleeveless slip
on" in wool-jersey, in imported lineens, in
non-crush linens, in plain ratine and in
English lineens in a fascinating tailored
model, with very smart sleeves.
And Tokio crepes particularly smart
for Resort wear.
Sizes up to 46.
And samples samples samples, be
French hand-made Dresses mostly French
voiles, and perfectly Bweet!
Shantung ' Silk Sports Dresses cool and
Dotted Swisses with inlays of tucked net.
Figured voiles the lovely foulard patterns.
Plain voiles, too, in heavenly colorings.
Sizes up to 48. , ,
Many samples included.
Values $29.75 )$io 7J-
Two styles in fine tricolette.
One style in Shantung.
Two styles in chiffon taffeta.
Two styles in crepe de 'chine.
Sizes up to 48.
Mostly exquisite hand - made
gowns from Paris wonderful French
voiles; and handkerchief linens that
are like cobwebs for fineness. The
colors that Paris herself is summer
ing in geranium pink, nattier blue,
soft violet, sun-gold, leather, bisque
and of course, white with pipings and
hemsitchings of color.
White Organdies, too, also from
Paris with great bow-knots in soft
yellow, hand-inset with faggoting.
And Chiffon Taffeta Dresses a
typical "woman's dress," with long
lines and self-tone embroidery.
Sizes up to 46.
Voile, r 1.75
Women's Paris Hand
made Linen, $25
Women's French Style
Crepe de Chine, $18.75
Gimbels Are Ready With Boys' Norfolk Suits for Summer
At Prices Averaging Just Above Half of Last Year's
And boys like Gimbel clothing have for years; and the
mothers of boys because the clothes hold their good looks.
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This is one of the
Shantung Silk $15.00
Silk Poplin 12.50
Palm Beach 10.00
Panama Cloth 7.50 and 8.75
Oyster Linen 10.00
Blue Serge Norfolk Extra Fine Quality
Broadf all, Oliver Twist and
Middy Blouse Suits,
All Colors, $2.25
Blue Palmer -Linen (cotton)
Oliver Twist, $2.85
White Duck $6.50
Linen . 7.50 and 8.75
Linen Crash $1.25
Straight-Knee Trousers 75c
Madras and Percale,
Collar -Attached ad
Sports Models, at 85c
Gimbels, Third floor.
Pure Silk Shantung
Oliver Twist, at $5
Market : Chestnut : Eighth : Ninth
FIRST COST IS
In This Clean-Up of Men's
LOW SHOES at $5
Incomplete lines, single pairs, broken lots biggest chance to pick a big
bargain at 55 men have had this year !
Group of Men's White
Low Shoes. Broken Sizes.
At a Broken Price
-Olnihrln, Ktrond floor.
Men's Bathing Suits
SALE OF 1500
A BIG CONCERN'S
$2.95 Values $4 to $5
$4.35 Values $6 to $8
These are the 'famous "No-Tair" make.
All styles in the lot California One-piece; also
Two-piece Suits. Plain black, navy, heather mixtures
ana plain colors with stripes.
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