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(lie BMnin VM Lcdair: r,M .aH r UrM for the fd regulator, git It I "",!!, men who speculate In r & and the ,..; ? .rio'd. and the Ppo,-."" . rich tnd " ";; imnrovementa ami me Vi"w- ' L little UnJ ".". bulU to ay we need ' ttoi ? jLtMaM"la to Camden.' and rWW. "7 " .bridge we want ana win u, kind of bbriaBe perpJe wint , '!S?.,Mt let the PoPle vote on the qu... lonT Lt lV50't want the bridge, and P i f a tSldwwe want and where WW' S! 2!irb. located. b, una" BINQl'K iaa. Vil Loiters to the Editor should be as brlaf nnd to the point as possible, avoiding anything that would open a denominational or sectarian dis cussion. No attention will be paid to anony mous letters. Names and addresses must be signed as an evidence of food faith) although names will not e printed If request Is mado that they be omitted. The publication of a letter Is not to be taken as an Indorsement of Its views by this paper. Communications will not be re turned unless accompanied by post age, nor will manuscript be saved. commliilened aoldler under present refu tation!. Many years aro tt was poiilMa for an officer to be "reduced to the ranks." Cartoons In Moving Pictures To ih Editor of the Eventno Public Lt&atri Sir Who started ualnc cartoons or fan clful pictures to Illustrate titles In moving pictures C. I J. d'hlladelphla. June 19, 1921. Harry Myera Is credited with the Innova tion, havlne; drawn such cartoons to Illus trate titles for movies of .which he was both director and star. ' Poem and Songs Desired jtllsdelphta. June 18- .. an War Wage. ""-" "Vh. war. that without the aid K-lUilhofW8a.i clas... .the United Should not .ha; - lom fct h c ih, war. Then It must now Lt have won the wjn ,oy,t, of L conceded thai nru , an bor, f American rkcma,nfX carried on' and h w" "victor" "a. achieved, nnd that. that sreat victory wm t Atnerif an Pianta"y:e many millionaires were created bv r-th atd" 0bf xsssf; fa rmTmor up- "million. In war yDrkmen wai rey i0ynlty. who re- i'nl 7rl,,,.'!!Sf..S at their posts of duty Krou.'1 'th? 'coSnairallooT Their re t'lrd I. Tu"t thls-decrcaeed wages and In trtaied co.t of "vlnB-w a KEN-MAnD. fhlUdelphla, June 10. 1021. t Need of Education . .i. ,, at the Euenlna THblie LtAocr: ,1as soon ha the country can coer as ft? s? jhf.t.tA,sE K. not eoSSar. "will, the enlightenment In 52", countries hleh we look upon as our rnferlore In other ways . Th. revelations of the draft as to Jr.cy in ome of the State, ought to tur l.h I powerful stimulus for the movement 'rtraove Illiteracy" which was Instituted Sm. m. "so byyth. Federal Bureau l of Cc.tlon? A. a peopli It soem. to me that are Intelligent enough to learn to read Sd write. If facilities are furnished us. It ST. not be easy for those who live i In , up-lo-dite communities to realize that there Is ,mi a backwoods In which Americans can a(tln the draft ago wunoui irii."5 - fitters but It Is so. These commun lea ir, a "frightful reproach" to our clvUlia. it It Is the fault of the people rather tn of !ne Illiterate- Individual that the "3Tpro for further "Ameantz.- Hon" of America will resi u "".,-"- if education. It lll he greatly facilitated ' hi stamp nc out Illiteracy. For this re a- T ?. :5mP'm..i , make a liberal appro- Jriaton for adult education will be sure f 5 . "S.PIUM. reception. ""! 1 educational adantages among the States, uhlch Is a new slogan of ' Snore than a phrase. Education of "" concern of alt for many reasons. Economic consideration, are perhaps the le"t hest. it is capable of demonstration that men of '' i v..i ii.nir.nr. who are shut off from the source, of truth by lack of funda mental education, may become a menace to the country. The experience of Russia fur- Blihes an Illuminating exampio ..." "- Sunday, For a man of means who may Play during the week on private club links this Is very good, but hoy? about the poor devil who scratches nit week for a living In an offlce7 A visit u public golf grounds In the early morning whvn hundreds await the coming of daylight to get out and play, nnd a canvass of that crowd, will assure these Sunday howlers (hat Sunday Is the only day they may call tnelr own for health ful recreation. Referring the "Hallelujah shouters" to the Bible, Cm. xt, 10, we find: "Let no man. therefore, Judge you In meat or In drink, or In respect of a holy day, or of a new moon, or of Sabbath days." DUSTY StTNDAY GOLFER. Philadelphia, June 10, 1921, Complete Disarmament 1 o the Editor ot the L't'cnliip i'ubllo Ltdo'r, Sir I have always saldl "Why allow store, to display revolvers, guns and brass Knuckles for the purpose of committing rob bery?" The United States should do the same with such wea.Dt.ns a. they are doing with the whisky business! aton the .tores from displaying and selling firearms and taKo anny every revouer and gun from everybody In the United States. M. N. QOODYEAR. Philadelphia, June 19, 1071. Questions Anstvered ...l,l -a mail tt frt nuMei. um "" " 8. L. CAMP13CLL. Philadelphia. May 28. 1021. Will Follow Advice To tht Editcr 0 the Bueniiiff Public I.tAotr: Blr T would be much obliged if you would eitmd my thanks to George U Wltmer and "ConsUnt Reader" for their most excellent advice to me Their advice has encouraged roe ery much and has led me to see the light, that of early making a home for my self and my "dear girl." and. consenuently. 1 hive resolved to follow their suggestion and enter the Benedick list as soon as pos Ibta. Once more I thank thjm Philadelphia, June 18. 10.11. An Allotment Question ffe the Editor o ivenlnp Publte Ltdatr: Sir Is it possible for the mother of an e' itrvice man to te denied the allotment hlch the mother win entitled to when sh rte up her only support to the United Elites Army? When my on aalttd for nil allotment the local board Kald If the molhe hid a home and other sons even thouuh they be married and had families i.hc wa tot entitled to an allotment. My son could not understand this and went to ask about It (giln. and was told that he had received Ws iner once and that It was flnnl and not to bring up tho question again. I wis slxty-flvo years old thei and my hulth was poor, ha!ng been up Just a few leks from an operation, and the day fol lowing my eon's departure I was taken down with pneumonia. It win five moniiia before I was able to care for myself again. My home went Into debt, and now there Is a morUage on tt and I am In danger of loilng It unless I can make u payment soon. My son was gone a year. I was sure he could straighten this all out 'on Ills return and I would get the allotment that was tllhtfully coming to me But now they say lie ihould have made ou,t the allotment be fore leaving for France or when he first en tered the tervlce. J feel that the Government still owes me this, no matter who la to blame for ltr Jiot being properlj made out before my son "ft. My son was nt the front twent-one ys up to the time the armistice was efcued. Am I wrong In usktng for this now? - MRS. O. L. E Philadelphia, June 18, 1021, Attire and Morality ffe, fae Editor o the Evening Publlo Ltdatr: SlrIn a letter heiuled "Immorality arm Breu "A Mother" places tte blame for lrtitnOTllltV llnnn tfc. .l.n..lyf- . ik. ., no Practice indiscretion In dress. Morality "a matter of right thinking, anl any true rTi : .la cnlder It an Insult to hla In "ct to be accused of allowing a womsn'i BOde Of Armw tn ......... t... t-. Men will be qulto safe from temptation u.i. women snares when mother tetch ti.L, . lne beauty of the sacred trust tlmnVh. . ,hem nd Ulet their sons' If. . i .ln, ,,roper channels concerning m. 1 ' purlose, teaching them that. lulu phy,lcal e'rength Is a desirable pos ahtrt m8r'l, "tfength Is a thing without 45,. ny, "ln or woman Is a weakling ers - J h.arm J can BM '" Bn POMd iteeki.. .ack or ,n ,ow "ho" n1 u" HbS. L ,an exlra doctor's bill some ut. 4 Ule only Incrtase In the death ftcJrd'Vh ca"e,' r b8,,9W wlu h rukse?. "" wonten'B own mnri by Won hd,iTin, who "low ,he in hllsd.i.i.i . A' B- WUNbERLV. "lUdelphla, June 15, 1021. Pfir ItimJ.., -. B!rl5d"r" "" l'io Publlo Ledatrl Porte .neW., "em ln your ' of todsy Jnt HaMlamw 0t bI""lnE ,ent " -"- .. . vtj avii uti Sub-Treasuries To the Editor of the Evening Puttie Ledger: Sir How many sub-treasuries are thsre tu the United States? D. E. W. Philadelphia, June 20. 1021. Tho sub-treasuries of the United States have been discontinued and tho work taken 01 er by the Federal Rosen e banks. There were nine sub-treasuries! located In the fol lowing cities: Philadelphia. New York. New Orleans. Boston, St. Louis, Baltimore, Chi cago, Cincinnati nnd Sun Francisco. Old '(Dollar Newspaper" To the Editor of the Evening Publlo Ledger, Sir Cnn you tell me That became of the "Dollar Newspaper" published In Phila delphia In tho fifties? And. further, If any of the stories written for that newspaper wcro oter published In a collection? . HOMi:R T. CLEAVES. Philadelphia, Juno 21, 1021. Tho "Dollar Newspaper." which was pub lished by tho then owners of the Punuo LtxiEa. pnssed Into the hands or tne late George W. Chllds when he purchased the Pcnuc Lbikuck properties. He changed Its nnmo to The Home Weekly and Household Newspaper, and ultimately sold It ln De romber.187. to J A. Mines. We cannot .answer regarding the publication ln book form of nny of Us stories. Heat Lightning To the Editor of the KiriHno Publlcedoer: Sir Is there nny such a thing as heat IluhtnlnK? Philadelphia, June 21, 1021. Heat or shoet lightning Is unaccompanied by thunder. It Is now generally held to be tho reflection from aqueous vapor, and clouds of a discbarge occurring beyond the horizon. Indian Blood to Claim Land To the Editor of the Evening PubUo Ltdncr: Sir How much Indian blood must a per son hae In 6rder to claim some of the land the Government gave to the Indians? D. F. S. Philadelphia. June 21, 102.1. The Bureau of Indian Affairs saa that there Is no law fixing the percentage of Indian blood a person must possess In order to obtain an allotment. It Is re quired that the names of the applicant's ancestors are on the rolls of the tribe. Reducing of Commissioned Officer Tc the Editor of the Eiening PtibUc Ledger: 9r Can a commissioned officer in the United States Army be reduced to the ranks? 1 W. M. S. Philadelphia. June 21, 1021. A commissioned officer, according to the rules noernlnK the War Department, can not bo reduced to the ranks of 11 non- A Song 8ung In the'BOs To the Editor of the Evening Publlo Ledger! Sir t used to hear sung, say .In the '50s, erses of which the following Is the nearest, sample I can recall: "Silvery midnight moont Mother of all the bright stars, Sbtna on this world from afnr," etc. . MRS. W. L. MORGAN. Philadelphia, June 21, 1021. Wants Author To the Editor of the Evening Publlo Ledgers Sir Can any of your readers give me the name of the author of a poem which starts: "Could you but draw back the curtains1;? MRS. S. L. L. Philadelphia, June 20, 1921, Wants "Tommy Poole" To the Editor of the Euenlite Publlo Ledger: Sir I am anxious to secure a little piece of verse spoken by young orators In school sixty or seventy years ago, It starts: "When Tommy Poole first went to school Ho wa. but scarcely een." MRS. B. A. ALVORD. Philadelphia, June 20, 1921. "Aunt Jemlmle's Courtship" To the Editor of the 101(110 Publlo uedgtr: Sir I have been trying for a long time to nnd a poem mat contains tneso lines, or something like them; " 'Twas no new-fnshloned Iron cast, With fancy work, adorning: Hut a real old-fashioned fireplace, On purpose made for warming." I am not sure of the title, but think It Is "Aunt Jemlmle's Courtship." Would be grateful If soma read. would send ln the poem. F. K. GRIMES. Philadelphia, June 21. 1921. "I "Old Man Trouble" To the Editor of the Evening Public Ltdgtr: Sir I note that a reader nsks for the poem "Old Man Trouble." I am Inclosing It. F. II. E. Philadelphia. June 20. 1021. OLD MAN TROUBLE Old Man Trouble come a-knockln at tne door. Says: "You, had some bother and you's cwlneter hab some some See dat sun a-ahlnln' bright and warm up In do sky7 Ho g'lneter git sa hot he'll nearly melt you by and by: See dem little flowers n-bloomln' so sweet and so fair? Dey'U soon be hidden by de weeds, a-growln' everywhere. De bird dat keeps a-slngln', though it helps to cheer you some You'll never hear It warble when de ekeetcr starts to hum." Old Man Trouble tie alt down an' rest his hat. But wo had to moe Mm 'round to brush de ashes off de mat Do way he kep' a-talkln' would pesterate a saint: De things he says will happn lp enough to make you faint. But we rapped Mm with a broomstick nnd we splashed Mm wit a mop. We spread de paint and whitewash every where he tried to stop. Till Old Man Trouble says, "I'll bid good day to you: It ain't no chance to visit where thcrt-'s so much to do.'' "S. L. T." asks for the sopg entitled "The Old Elm. containing the lines: "There's a path by tho old deserted mill By the brook and the bridge unbroken still, V here the weeping willows are bending low On the moss-covered bank where the violets grow." Sarah T. French asks for the hymn en titled "When the Angels Have Lifted tho Veil." Max T. Falcon We cannot reprint the poem, "Gee, Ain't It Great to Live and Learn." but will mall you a copy If a stamped-addressed envelope Is forwarded to the People's Forum Department. Mrs. A. Boyer, Darby. Pa. The poem, "People Will Talk." which you ask for, was printed on December fii. 1020. In the Peo ple's Forum. We cannot reprint It eo soon P" Apartments at the Rittenhouse Renovated, refurnished mado spick, span and inviting. Outside rooms, cool, cheerful. I'ick from these: Two Rooms and Bath. Three Rooms and Bath. Four Rooms and two Baths. Rittenhouse Hotel, 22d and Chestnut 'Feed the Brute! 99 and feed him on bread and rolls from Meene han's Electric bakeries. If the way to a man's heart is truly through his stomach, happiness may easily be found in one of our five stores. MEENEHAN'S Electric Bakeries 18 South 52d Street 2604 Germantown Ave. 1433 South St. ; 14 S. 60th St. 4009 Market St. u ft m & tl Tt & fo'snlni P,nV.m ?"i appear dally W th X? toblle- Ledger, and also K,mL"nAy. Publlo Ledger. Lettiri ' l i lmT V"'.,CH w"' Printed, ' of gwEST V"1 Po'm.. and ques , t gem-mi t.rMt ut be answered. Enamel All Through the Kitchen There's something wonderfully clean and attractive about the kitchen in which enamel is the keynote. The full enameled Gas Ranges from the large cabinet down to the little cooker which w c are now showing are a delight to the progressive housewife. You can now get a Gas Water Heater in full enamel, too. Visit one of our offices; or a representative will call upon request The United Gaa Improvement Company If ""' ijSwjbmB fl TERM II I J PAYMENTS H M, ) HI W 'CjAl 98c . $2.00 & A Fresh, New Shipment of Dainty .$3 to $7 .Philippine Hand Made and Hand- Embroidered Underwear Repriced for tlie sfVeek-ena at $295 Exquisite gowns and chemiBca of fine voilo and nainsook, tastefully embroid ered in solid, eyelet and Collotta offects. Beautiful Silk Camisoles Specially Priced at 98C to $1.98 . ., i -1.1 T T- -111 ui satin, cropo ae cnine wiu uu oo" ou. ,in styles either plainly tailored or trimmed with lace and Ueorgettc. ricsn, whim.-, navy and black. $3 to $5 Silk Envelope Chemises and Bloomers $1.98 to $3.98 Of crepe de chino and satin, in several attractive models. Pink and White Nainsook IPtTatslip::$28nd$2.50 Choice 'of tailored or trimmed styles. One sketched. A Wonderful Assortment of $2 Gowns, Envelope QQ Chemises & Bloomers, Ea. 7UV Of nainsook and batiste, in flesh and white, daintily trimmed. mmmm $2.25 to $3 Gowns and Envelope Chemises $1.50 and $2.00 Elaborately trimmed with fine laces and embroideries. 89c to $2 Step-in Bloomers 59c to $1.50 Of nainsook and batiste, cut full, with elastic at waistline. Daintily trimmed. bNELLENDURflS Second Floor rmi.s, . tt -.Tarn:. . . . .. t iiaafffy--'" r SKIUDAV, JUNK U, 1021. Btore Opens Dally at 0 A. M. Closes at B IM. M NELLENBURGN ENTIRE BLOCK. MJRKET nrol2STREETSAJ v These Sleeveless Coats of High-Grade Jersey For Women & Misses Are the Very Newest, Smartest, Coolest and Most Practical Coats for Summertime Wear Special at $10.00 A new and striking style and one which will com mand immediate favor. Made of exceptionally high grade jersey, light in weight and serviceable. Designed with a long Tuxedo collar, novelty pockets and a narrow belt; edged with contrasting color braid. The Style Is Pictured. Comes in Copen, Sand, Black, Red and Navy bNELLENBURflS Second Floor SBBjdBBBiS!WSBBSBSSSSSBSB"""""-" T-M Big Saturday Sd&w Boys' $1.50 Cool Sports Blouses at$1.00 A Very Special Sale of Charming , Summer Frocks for Children Crisp, Dainty Organdies, Cool Dotted Swisses and Checked Voiles At $2.95 ' We've Secured a Sample Line of Just 100 Stunning $10 to $15 Midsummer Hats To Sell at $6.00 Each Smartest of midsum mer chap caux. de veloped in Canton crepe, rros grain, moire or satin ribbon, or gandie, basket weave straw or felt. We've Sketched One There Are Just 99 More Every One Equally Charming and Desirable Every color you could wish mostly white, because they're for hot-weather wear, and plenty of black and navy blue, and stunning combinations. Perfectly beautiful hats for every summertime need and occasion. We're Sketched One There Are Just 99 More Every One Equally Cltarnting and Desirable! SneIleHBURGS Second Floor Millinery Salon CX( w'Vsfev II w II ' V $2.95 I ' I L $2.95 Tlte Colors Are Strikingly Lovely . in Tliese Imported Beaded Hand Bags Sale-Priced at $6.95 Just received from Franco a limited numbor of these ex quisite beaded bags. They're made of fine beads, finely woven. Exquisite patterns and colorings per fect finishings solid bead handles. One Shown SNEll,ENBURiS Jewelry Section, FirBt Floor Another Lot of 4200 Men's Athletic Union Suits At 69C Each Delightful little frocks, in plain colors, tiny checks and pretty dotted effects. Made with white collars, some with dancing ruffles', perky sashes. Cool, comfortable and pretty all colors. Two Frocks Pictured. Sizes 2 to 6 Years Children Muslin Drawers CKp Bloomer-stylo drawers, daintily tJUw lace trimmed. Sizes 4 to 12 years. Children's Lace-Trimmed Combinations and $1.50 Sizes 4 to 14 years. Children's Princess Slips Cl CO Lace trimmed; sizes 8 to 16 PIOy years. Children's Night Gowns Size 6 Years nzn ' Sizes 8 to Nulife Belts & Braces For Men, Women and Children Sold Exclusively in Philadelphia at Snellenburg'8 Nulife Belts and Braces will make you stand, walk and sit erect; give you a grace ful, easy posture and carriage; teach you to breathe deeply and counteract the ener vating effects of hot weather. , Special Fitting Rooms tor Men With Expert Male Attendant Braces $2.00 Belts $3.25 to $8 A fL 81.00 varieties of figured pat- $1.10 Bon Ton, Royal Worcester and La Bonito Corsets At Less Than Half Price! All new, desirable models, fresh, clean and perfect. Styles for full, average and slender figures. Prices to suit every purse amaz ingly low. Good size range. $4.00 RoyaJ Worcester AZ Corsets at .. .v $5.00 Royal Worcester (j 1 7Q Corsets at 71,f ' $6.00 Bon Ton and La M QQ Bonito Corsets at. . -u $8 to $15 Bon Ton & fc 2 QQ La Bonito Corsets at--7" Of crepe and cord ed madras, in a large variety of pretty new striped patterns, or in plain white. Sizes 6 to 16 years. One sketched. Boys' 50c and 65c Four-in-Hands at 25c Each Practically unlimited neW plaid, striped and terns. Boys' Windsor Ties, Special at 50c In the now college stripes, plain colors and plaids. Boys' One- and Two-Piece Pajamas, $1.00 to $2.50 Boys' Belts, 50c, 75c and $1.00 Boys' Suspenders, 50c bNELLENBURflS First Floor Time for That First Cool-Off Plunge! We're Ready With Men's $6 and $7 PureWorsted Bathing Suits Repriced Down to $3.50 The down Ward plunge in prices due to a special cash purchase of a leading manu facturer's over stock brings you one of the best bathing suits on the market at a fraction of their worth. Pacific Coast Btylos, with shirts and trou sers knit in one. All colors and color combinations, in cluding the smart heather mixtures. 85c With low necks and short sleeves; pret- Floor at W tily stitched 14 Years at 1 short sleeves SnelLENBURgS Second Equal in quality and detail of finish to advertised makes selling at $U5. Cool, well-made, roomy garments of finest checked nainsook every nuit finished and laundered with particular care. A standard make that you can count on for satisfaction. Sizes 34 to 46. bNELLENBURGS First Floor Big Week-End Sale of Kimonos At Tremendou8 Savings $5.50 Japanese Kimonos $3.95 Each Of excellent quality Japanese crepe, hand somely embroidered. Pink, rose, orchid, light blue, Copenhagen and navy. One sneicnea. $2.00 to $5.50 Crepe Kimonos $1.69 ttt $3.95 $5.50 to $9.00 Canton Crepe Kimonos $4.75 to $7.75 $12.00 Fine Crepe (j0 nt Japanese Kimonos. . . . . DO I O SneTleNBURCS Second Floor 1000 Boxes Men's Famous 35c Ipswich Socks 6 Pairs in a Box for jillk- lw flBI . 3jL.-A ' O mffSsfvi HI Mia $1.25 Pink Mesh Diaphragm vQc Bust Confiners, at J7 Hook-back styles in sizes 84 to 48. SneIlENBURoS Second Floor Buy Your Hosiery at Snellenburg's OW $1.35 Guaranteed socks known for their excel lent quality of ma terials, dyes and workmanship. Made of selected materials dyed with stainless, sanitary dyes and carefully fin ished, oe.ing strongly re-enforced at points of hardest wear. 6 Pairs in a Box Black, cordovan, navy and gray. Guaranteed Satisfaction in Every Pair. 3600 Pairs Men's Mer- 70 r Pr cerized Socks uy High-grade mercerized lisle socks of finest quality. Fine gauge, light weight for summer wear. Re-enforced at wearing points to insure- long woar. Black, white, cordovan, Russian calf. nav and gray. SNELLEHBURijS First Floor and he assured of the best qualities at lower prices than you pay for inferior goods else where. Women's Silk (j Aft Pair Stockings iI1UU .1 Splendidly Serviceable Quality Made from twelve-strand pure thread silk with mercerized garter tops, lisle lined double soles and extra spliced heels and toes. Black, white, Russia calf, cordovan, African brown, navy blue and gray. Women's Silk fc JC Pair Stockings l'W Equal in Quality to $2.00 Grades These stockings are fashioned in the knitting on patented machines. The slender ankles and fashioned feet fit snugly, per fectly, without wrinkling. They retain their shapeliness after repeated launderings. Mde of best grade twelve-Btrand pure silk long service insured. Complete Sue Range in Black, Cordo van, African Brown, Russia Calf and Gray. Silk Stockings for Women $1.95, $2.50, $3.50 Pair You cannot buy bettor stockings than Arbest even at higher prices elsewhere The best for the least money that's JgEST Hosiery 1 SvflLENbUrgS First Floor "Hot Weather" Candies That Will Tempt You Salt Water Taffy, 39c lb. box Lowney's Hard Candy, 23c lb. tin box Old-Fashioned Plaited Mint, 25c lb. box Lowney's Assorted Chocolates, 33c lb. box Old-Fashioned Cocoanut Strips, 38c lb. Extra Special Combinations H-b. Lowneys Bitter Sweet ") Chocolates 'JQ tt-lb. Lowney's Milk Chocolate8( fl7Ct Mb. Plaited Mint ' v v Candies for the Kiddies Lolly Pops, Assorted Fruit Flavors, 6 for 25c Peppermint Sticks, 6 for 25c bNFllEHBURGS First Floor and Economy Basement ( irleton Old Town '77 to QA Canoes J) I L PyU The standard canoe, known everywhere as the beBt made. Here in all the new est 1921 models. A Complete line of Canoe Accessories Children's $3.00 Sweater-Weave Bathing Suits d ? One-piece bathing suits suit- P-J able for boys or girls. Various color com binations. SNELLENBURdS Third Floor Bergougnan Cord Tires Built Oversize for Overservice At A to 1-3 Off List Prices 6- and 8-ply cord tires the last word in tire construction, serviceability and sat isfaction. Protected by Triple Guarantee 1st By Bergougnan Rubber Co., Makers for 27 Years of Highest Grade Tires. 2d By N. Snellenburg & Co., Re liable Merchants for 47 Years. 3d By a Bond issued by The Na tionttl Surety Co. A Pure Gum Brgougnan Tube Given Away Free With Each Tire Purchased. Adjustments Mado Right in Phfladcl phia Upon Delivery of Tires With Tax Hlu Hala Friea $37.48 30x314 N. S., CI. $21.60 48.04 32x3 2 N. S., SS. 27.50 60.38 32x4 N. S., SS. 84.75 62.48 33x4 N. S SS. 85.75 64.84 34x4 N. S., SS. 37.25 69.56 32x4 Vi N. S., SS. 89.75 72.19 33x4 'i N.SSS. 41.50 72.71 34x4 Vi N. S., SS. 42.00 74.55 35x4 Vi N. S SS. 42.75 76.39 36x4 Vi N. S., SS. 44.25 85.84 33x5 N. S SS. 49.25 89.25 35x5 N. S.f SS. 51.25 SfJELLENBURCS Third Floor a JJ '$ 'M t ? i N. SNELLENBURG & r.n n :N. SNELLENBURG & CO.: i iff ft"t L d H .w sM fce-, I . .Uvit, .. .! (i.. iVn !