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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, September 19, 1921, NIGHT EXTRA, Image 16

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of Twelfth and Chestnut street this formerly occupied by Mitchell, Fletcher
morning. The property, which wn & Co., has undergone extcnivo alter
ations. The store was tastefully dec
oratod with flowers today.
"Want Ad" Wife Slayor Suspoct
Is BolngBrought to Cam
don by Detective
Gcorjje Dobson, of Runnemtdc nigh
Innds, N. .T., will ivrrlvo here tomor
row In custody of detectives who
chased him Into Canada to arrest him
on a charpc of murderlnc hl wife Isa
bella on September 0. Tho two little
children he took with him on his night
are with him. The party left Detroit
yesterday. , , ,
Dobson Is alleged to hnvc Bftltl while
waiting to start from Detroit to this
ritv: "I gucs you've got mc .right.
This Is tantamount to a confession if It
can be proved he said It. From the
start he has not resisted the detec
tives in bringing him back. He was
captured In Woodslcy, Cannda. by De
tective Doran, of the County Prosecu
tor's office In Camden after n chase
covering hundreds of miles. He waived
extradition and has been a model pris
oner so far.
tor Wolvcrton thnt Dohsnn was In cm
todv ho sent Detective Howard Smith
to Detroit to aid Doran In bringing bnck
the prisoner and the two children he
took with him.
Dobson s wife, whom he met through
a want nd, was found beaten to death
In her bed. As Dobson disappeared
the day previous and Mr 8. Dobson had
not been seen after his departure, he
has been suspected of the crime from
the first. The State will contend the
motive was a desire to obtain Eome
money his wife procured through a
murignge on iuc uuuju in wuicu buv
was murdered.
New Store for Women Opened
Harris A Co. opened their women's
specialty shop at the southeast corner
A pound oC brains In worth n ton of
muiwle. Wut n man Is worth from the
rollar down Is only a fraction of bis value
from the collar up.
1922 Will Reward Thinker
Put yourself In the front rank of men
who can do thlnss on the Job.
Evening Courses will open Monday,
Sept. 26
Tuition Moderate. Enroll Today.
School of Building Construction
11 tm 1013 Irhla-li Are.
boMC simple draperies, a few odd
pieces of furniture and an inexpen
sive floor of Armstrong's Printed
Linoleum transformed this attic
from a dutty (tore -room to this
cheerful, coiy up tuirs living-room.
Get Acquainted
with this Modern Floor
THERE is a new floor for up-to-date
homes. Tliis floor is
modern linoleum.
Get acquainted with this new
kind of permanent floor. Go into
any good store, and ask the sales
man to show you Armstrong's Lin
oleum. See what a solid, smooth,
clastic floor it makes. Look at the
rich, plain colors, the beautiful two
tone Jaspe effects, the distinctive
parquetry, inlaid and tile designs.
You will understand how a well
chosen floor of linoleum may be
the basis for the color scheme of a
room or suite. You will see why
architects are specifying floors of
Armstrong's Linoleum for all the
rooms of the house.
You lay your rugs on these floors; t
they arc kept in condition by oc-'
casional waxing and polishing. No
other floor is so easy to clean.
An inexpensively-priced floorcov
ering for your kitchen, bathroom,
bedrooms, is Armstrong's Printed
Linoleum, shown in many attractive
patterns, also in Armstrong's Lino
leum Rugs of several sizes.
Any store will be glad to give you
estimates of the cost of Armstrong's
Linoleum floors, put down in your
home. All Armstrong's Linoleum is
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Armstrong Cork Company, Linoleum Department, Lancaster, Ptnmylvania '
New York Office: 212 Fifth Ave.
Armstrongs Linoleum
for Every Floor in the House
Don't Neglect to Vote Tomorrow
Men and Women
Voters of
Whether you are enrolled in any political party or not you are
entitled to vote on Tuesday, September 20th, for the calling of
a Constitutional Convention.
At the primaries, September 20th, your ballot will have this
diagram printed at the bottom.
Shall a Constitutional Convention be held in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty-two
as provided in the Act of Assembly approved the twenty-seventh day of April, one thousand
nine hundred and twenty-one?
Voters favoring the holding of a Constitutional Convention in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty
two will mark a cross (X) to the right of the word Yes."
Those opposing the holding of a Convention will mark a cross (X) to the right of the word 'No."
Good roads mean greater service and longer life for every
vehicle passing over them lower Jiauling costs to and from
every farm markets, schools and churches brought nearer
every home.
Your vote for a Constitutional Convention at the primaries
will be a vote for good roads and for civilization.
Vote "Yes"
The Autocar Compan
Store Hour,- 9 to St 30
Gimbel Brothers
Monday, Sept 19, foai,
Women's Dresses Renee, Premiere of Paris
Uses Crepe-Weaves Above Everything
for the simplest t'aillcur she, makes (and oh, what a "simple" Re'ncc gown
looks and costs I) to a gown for "visiting royalty I"
$35 is as "Strong" a Price
This Autumn as $59 Was, Last!
And here arc four beautiful models at $36 in the three leading crepe
weaves of Paris: Canton crepe, crepe-back satin and satin-faced crepe.
In the black that ail Paris wears except for the "lighted times of day."
But the browns, too, and the navy blue, that American women wear as
freely as they do black. Six wonderful models in tricotine also at $3S.
A Splendid Tricolette Model
Special at $19.75
With a circular tunic, smartly beaded. v-
So "good" for a plump figure that it lends all the "chic" of a smaller size
even to a 48 1 But it comes in sizes 38 to 48.
Navy blue, brown and black. Gimbcls, Salons of Dress, Third floor
Silk Petticoats of a New
Heavy, Elastic Weave $5
Jersey but almost as heavy as tricolette outwears the
other kind almost two to one !
AH good suit-matching colors. Gimbcls, Second floor
i .
College Skirts
Specials at $5, $7.90 and $10
Pleated plaids at each price.
Pleated stripes at eachs"ce.
Plain blue serges at $7.90, besides.
Gimbels, Salons of Dress, Third floor
Women's Coats at $48.50
Last Year's Best $125 Coat Values
Couldn't Equal Them!
Soft luxuriously, richly soft bolivias, erminies, Normandics,
vel de cygnes, chamoistyns, Pollyannas, and duvette velours.
Twenty-Eight Styles Mostly Variations of This Year's Favorite
Straight-Line Belted Effects
but somehow dressier than last year's
Wrap-styles, too for the women whose, figures wrappier effects suit
And Oh, Such Wonderful, Wonderful Big Fur Collars!
Mostly beaver or squirrel the two leading collar-furs.
But Scotch mole, or nutria, or fox, or even wolf, for the woman who likes
something different.
Every New Brown-Tone and Brown's Better Than Ever in Coat-Fashions
Sorrento blue, too. And black. And a deep, soft, flattering new shade $48.50
of rose-taupe. Sizes 36 to 46. Gimbels, Salons of Dress, Third floor
V 1 U - I iX 4iM
7 J a?v ,50
Bicycling To and From School Is Healthful
Exercise for the Children
Sale of Bicycles
Men's and Boys', $30.95
Women's and Girls',
XE0ULABI.Y $42.50
Men's ana Boys' "Bex"
nlcycles with seamless tubo
frame, ''New Departure" coast
er brako, Firestone non-skid
tires, ball bearing rubber
pedals, (one-piece) crank haul
er, roller cnain, Heavy coll sad
dle, adjustable handle bars
rubber grips, stand, tools and
tool bag.
Women's and Qlrls' Itsx
Bicycles, equipped as above.
Guaranteed for one year.
aimbels. Sporting Goods
Section, Fourth floor
; !H.
Oneida Community Silverware
About Half Price "Reliance Plate"
Guaranteed for Twenty-five Years
The beautiful Andover pattern a gray finish is not to be re-catalogued
and we have been chosen to sell at just about half price the
remaining stock. The recent sale of "Community Plate" (50 vcar truarantee)
has been an event in retail merchandising a wonder in value-giving. Now
mis pretty cousin, a-ycar guarantee, at these low prices.
Tea Spoons $1.50 set of 6
Dessert Spoons ..$2.85 set of 6
Table Spoons $3.00 set of 6
Soup Spoons $3.00 set of 6
Coffee Spoons .... $1.35 set of 6
Dessert Forks $2.85 set of 6
Medium Forks $3.00 set of 6
Dessert Knives, H. H $6.75 set of 6
Med. Knives, hollow handle $6.85 set of f
Med. Knives, 6olid handle ..$3.15 set of 6
Dessert Knives, solid handle $3.10 set of 6
Sugar Spoons 55c eacli
Butter Knives 55c each
Ice Tea Spoons $2.00 set of 6
Ice Cream Spoons $2.30 set of 6
Bouillon Spoons . $1.25 set of 6
Individual Salad Forks $3.50 set of 6
Cold Meat Forks 90c each
Cream Ladles 90c each
Gravy Ladles $1.25 each
Pie Servers $1.85 each
Gimbels. First floor
We Are Permitted to Offer a Few More of
These Charming and Beautiful
Grand Pianos
Almost as low in price as an upright almost as small in size. But the form of the grand piano allows a tone and
bell-like resonance all its own ; a beauty and grace of line unapproached. And here is that Grand Piano
Built to Bring the Note of Luxury Within the Available Space of
the Average Apartment
It is an instrument to love and be proud of the crowning mark of the real home. These pianos arc
Handsomely Cased in Mahogany. Overstrung
Copper Bass Springs. Spruce Sounding Board. Bell
Metal Plate. Double Cross-banded Veneers.
Almost all musical instruments are sold on
Extended Payment Plan
With this we have simply tried to make the terms easier
as we have succeeded in bringing down the price.
Choose bench or stool either is included.
Free delivery.
And the Gimbel guarantee that means everything for
permanent satisfaction.
$50 Payment Sends It Home
purchaser agreeing to maintain payments of $15 monthly.
Gimbel Urcthere nepreieni
Hardman Pianos
Hardman Autotones
Vote Pianoi
Voie Plaver-Pianoi
Packard Pianoi -Packard
Milton Pianoi t.
Mill. Player-PiJoi
Gimbel Brothers, Philadelphia
Without obligation on my part. I
desire fuller information regarding
the remarkable Grand Piano offer
printed in The Evening Bulletin.
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