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EVENING ritJBLIO LDaER-PHlLADBLPHIA, ' MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1921
1 AUTO ACCIDENTS
y, (emble Yarrow, 2022 Wal-
I'tiut Street, neiu in duii ntiwr
IT Killing Atco, N. J., Man
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One man was killed nml live pcrfeii
Mured In nulomeblle accidents in tor ter tor
rilery turrennillns Philadelphia yestrr-
Geerge Jenes, n NVjrre. of Acn. wnj
w'badly injured when his cnrrlitRC wits
.iJiMid'hcfl by an automobile- driven en
8? Write Hew plkf by W. Kemble
Tirrew. of 2022 Wn'nut ftrcet. this
i't that he died in Cooper llespltnl.
HiiVkull was fractured. Ills horse was
killed and the carriage, wrecked.
'Surrendering te Prosecutor Wolver Welver
tdrf and County Detective Dornn, of
CindeD, Sir. Yarrow bald there wis
jeh'tht en the enrrinse. He furnished
HOOO ball and was released. He wnn
ni'his way te Atlantic P.lty. .Tenes
hires a widow and six miall children.
Overturning and nearly wrecking his
ulomeblle te prevent the killing of
Edward Engle, of 82(5 East Mercer
rfrect, this city, Teny Zozenc, of Tenth
ilrect and Susquehanna avenue, escaped
fijnry. but Engle's right leg was broken
,nd Miss Jane Hutchinson, of (513
North Sixteenth street, was cut and
feuised. The accident occurred near
JfesnelU. N. J.
Endewitb two young men win walk
tot along the pike. Zozenc ind Mies
Hutchinson were returning in the auto
mobile from Haminonten. The eoui eeui eoui
nqiens of Engle jumped te one side,
let Rifle leapel te tbe ether side,
jjizene swerved tbe car. but it struck
Enjfle and then crashed into n po'e
flapping the pole in half and the car
crerrurned. An auteist took Engle and
Miss Hutchinson te the Homeopathic
Hospital, Camden. Zozenc was re
leased by Prosecutor Straw 6n his own
rtctfjnlzancc.
Injured Hey Abandoned
Throwing into the street the cleven-nir-eld
victim of their careless driv
ing after carrying him litle mere than
liqnarc from the scene of the accident,
Biturday night, two men, whose
entity is unknown, sped away, with
Injunctions te the boy te walk te the
Iwpltal en feet. Dripping with bleed
from a deep weun Id his bead, the boy
fiullr arrived at the hospital and cel
lapsed at the deer. He Is- Jeseph Teth,
ten of Michael Teth, fertv years old,
t pudener at the Jewish Hospital.
Father and son were driving a team.
When they came te Sixth street and
Taber read an automobile coming down
Filth street crashed into their team,
overturning it and throwing father and
ion te the ground. Premising te take
the boy te the Jewish Hospital, the two
men placed him in their machitc and
then sped up the Ftrcet.
When a taxlcab driver lest control
ef his machine at Forty-first street and
Glrard avenue jesterday. a sexton of a
nearby church was injured and two
automobiles worn damaged before the
tixlcab crashed into a pole.
The injured man is Martin V. Fich
ter, fifty-six years old. of fi.r4(J Wya
luslng avenue, and the taxlcab driver
u Edward Devenney, thirty-four
iars old. of rG2G Pearl street. Flcliter
tt. in the Wet Philadelphia Homeo
pathic Hospital.
Devenney was arrested en charges
ef driving an automobile while intoxi
cated, reckless driving and assault and
batter' by automobile.
Arrested as Drunken Driver
William Merris, Negro. Fifteenth
atreet near Dickinsen, was arrested last
sight by police of the Twentieth and
Buttonwood streets station, charged
with driving an automobile while in in
teiicatrd. Merris ran into an nutomnb'le owned
by Francis X. Hnrtman. Pupiar street
star Twenty-uun, Jn irent of Hart
nan's home.
An explosion of gasollne as the tank
et a motertruck was being filled at a
station at ficrmantewn and Girard avo ave
aw.latt night, resulted in Harry Fred
ericks, the driver, being badly burned
ea the face and hands.
Hewas taken te the Children's Home
opathic Hospital. The truck, which
U making Its regular run fr-m Phila
delphia te New Yerk, was tadly dam
aged. Emery I.nnke, twenty. three- vpara
old, of 080 North Sixth street. wasTun
down and injured by n motorcar at
ifth street and Oirard avenue. Fred
Krakevltz. driver of the automobile,
was arrested by tbe police of the Frent
and-Master streets station.
BIRTHC0NTR0L GRAVE SIN.
SAYS ARCHBISHOP CURLEY
Deplores Spread of This Practice
Throughout America
naltlmere, Dec. 12. Archbishop
Curler, lu St. Deminic's Catholic
Church here yesterday afternoon, as
sailed advocates of birth control.
'The married state Is sacrcfl. and It
has (s duties and Its rights," he do de
clared. "IMt there is a body of people.
ma , '"" female degenerates, who would
fly in the face of Ged, the Creater, and
make Hfe one great stu and orgy of
passion.
"Catholic parents who full te de their
duty as parents, who tamper with the
laws of nature in the married state,
who. through seltlslinc-n or love eT so
ciety or lack of trust In Providence,
snuff out the lives of unborn children,
are guilty oft, the gravest crlmcaand
sins against Ced Almighty.
"I fear this nameless crime Is grow grew
Jni even among the Catholics of Amer
ica. It brought n terrible curse
upon I unci of old and upon every na
tlen which has been guilty of it. If
the parents of America fail te value tbe
life of the child. I fear the hand of
Ged. who loves little children, will fall
upon our own land."
PRINCE EXTOLS U.S. IDEALS
Tekugawa Says Conference Organ
ized en Exalted Plane
Washington, Dec. 12. The injection
of American idealism into Interna
tional affairs was characterized by
Prince Tekugawa, one. of the Japnnese
delegates, as "the most refreshing thing
In the modern world" In nn address yes
terday befetc the 'Federal Council of
Churches.
"The task of the Conference Is re
ligious." Prince Tekugawa said. "I
think I can tny this without Irreverence
because the Conference is organized en
an exalted plane and is animated with
high Ideals.'1
AUTO MYSTERY UNSOLVED
Man Thrown Out After Cincinnati
Held-Uq Is Unidentified
Cincinnati. Dec. 12. (By A. P.)
Identity of the man whose llfelcs body
was thrown from an automobile in
which four companions escaped after
five highwaymen had robbed a bank
messenger of $1000 -in cash and $20,
000 in certificates here Saturday, re
mained a mystery today.
Photographs of three children and
several cards and telephone numbers
indicating the dead man had been in
St. Leuis were the only clues upon
vhich- the police had te work.
TO LOSE CITY BONUSES
BURLINGTON, DRY,
STARTS AN INQUIRY
Taxpayers, Annoyed at Water
Famine, Declare They Will Try
te Oust Commissioners
Burlington. N. .1., Dec. 12. State
and city authorities will conduct inves
tigations Inte the management of the
city water works, It appeared evident
lat night when taxpayers nnneunced
they would move te oust Water Com
mission officials responsible for the wa
ter famine that has followed n break
down of tbe supply system.
According te business men, who have
made a survey of the pumping station
since the break, almost unthlnknble
carelessness preceded the sudden stop
page of the water yesterday morning.
Indignation Is expressed ever the
fact that the management of the works
refused te employ a diver te hasten re
pairs en the intake, but waited for low
(Ides In order te make the Inspections.
It Is furthftr alleged that twelve hours
before the water gave out the break at
the intake was dWovercd. but ne'niun.
w-us made te employ fire-engine pump
ers from Purllngten. Bristel and Nuv
erly te fill the reservoirs until the stand
pine was cmntv and the cltv drv.
A block of weed from the wall of an.
Intake well was found Saturday nleht
I Imbedded In the pump valve. This is be
lieved te lidve started the trouble, wlilch
workmen are striving te repair.
While directing the repair work Sat
urday night, I.cen Irwin, a plumbing
contractor, was seriously Injured, when
a tripod slipped and dropped a heavy
pipe. His legs were broken, and he
was badly bruised. Other workmen
were thrown into the water, but were
rescued uninjured.
Fire engines yesterday pumped water
from the river Inte tiie filtration tanks,
and meMt homes throughout the city get
PLOT TO BOYCOTT PRINCE
6000 Indian Agents Said te Be
Working Secretly In Caltcutta
Sprctal Cable Dispatch. CopvrteM, toil
Calcutta, Dec. 12. The discontent of
the Indian people in Calcutta exceeds
the discontent at Madrns. Elghty-enc
volunteers of the National Congress
have been sentenced, 200 mere were ar
rested and the British ray they had
swords and daggers, which were seized.
In Jhe district of Itangpur a thou
sand were arrested, while 20,000 mere
demanded nrrcst. Bayonet und ma
chine guns guard the crossings in the
native quarter und armed police patrol
the saloons te thwart picketing.
Officials of the Ipdian Congress say
5000 volunteers are, working secretly in
Calcutta te promote a boycott of the
Prince of Wales en December 24. Mrs.
C. K. Das. wife of the Nationalist
leader, president-elect of the Indian
National Congress, courted nrrcst by
selling homespun publicly. Mr. Das
himself Is under arrest.
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)Un aeUtatrea are se dlstlnc-
nnit in rrrmettablu
priced that we have no hesita
tion (u inviting comparisons.
1IIK beautiful ring pictured
nboue is all platinum and
centnlns a single diamond of
finest quality and brilliance.
Kennedy & Bre.
Diamond Mrrclmntn & Jtwtlfr
102 S. 13th St.
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Municipal Empleyes at the Shere
Threaten Merry Political Rew
Atbntlc City, Dec. 12. Pest-war
bonuses granted te firemen, policemen
and many city empleyes, expiring by
limitation in April, will net be renewed,
It was Intlmuted yc.-terday by City Com Cem Com
mlssieners, and there is a merry politi
cal row brewing ns n result. The bonus
runs from $200 te $400.
Decision of the rulerw te discentinuu
the bonus enme with discovery that the
tax rate, with ether necessary Items,
probably would sear from $3,:!4 te
S3. 4-1. even though the assessments lwne
been Increased from $.",000,000 te $10.
000.000 under the schedule going
tr rough.
Will this man
fit into your
organization?
The advertiser is equipped
te handle the sales or adver
tising department of a busi
ness house requiring his
whole time, or will act as
advertising counsel for a
few concerns en a part-time
basis.
C 710, LEDGER OFFICE
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IO)ct Saturdays
Until Four
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UP?
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Give a Lamp
An artistic. Lamp
placed in the proper
position will often effect a
miraculous change in what has
seemed a commonplace living
room. We offer an unusual
assortment at moderate prices.
The Hern & Brannen Mfg. Ce.
427-433 North Bread Street
"A Short Walk Along Automobile Rew"
FOR STATiOHERY
RAPP
Unmmal CHRISTMAS Gifts
Desk Sets in Brass, Onyx, Jet and Glaas; Eversharp Pencils .
in Geld and Silver; Unusual and Artistic Paper Weights;
Small Safes in Cabinets, Sealing Wax Sets, Waterman
Fountain Pens, all sizes in Geld, Silver and Rubhcr; Cigar
and Cigarette Bexes, Tobacco Jars, in polished weed and
metal; inexpensively priced.
41 Se. BROAD ST.
A FEW FEET ABOVE
CHESTNUT, EAST SIDE
Founded in 1865
Downtown 1 117-19 Chestnut St
Uptown- Cor. 6th &: Thompson Sts
C. J. Heppe & Sen
"The Heuse that Heppe built'
President, Florence J. Heppe,
Sen of the Founder
Inaugurated the One-Price System in 1 88 1
Buy Your Vidrela
Today at Heppe s
There is a scarcity of genuine Victor-Victrelas
rapidly developing. If you want a Victrela for
Christmas you should order at Heppe's today. Yeu
will be sure te secure a genuine Victor-Victrela.
'" is net a Victrela
it is a Disappointment
Heppe salesmen cannot urge you te buy an
imitation of a Victrela. We sell Victer Victrelas
exclusively. As music experts we knew them te be
the best. By purchasing at Heppe's you will be
thoroughly satisfied.
Heppe's have a Rental-Payment Plan
Yeu may buy any Victrela outfit at Heppe's and make settlement by
ch, or charge account or by the Heppe Rental-Payment Plan. Through this
Plan you pay merely rental rates and all rent applies toward the purchase
Price. Yeu are free te purchase the Victrela or return it at any time.
Heppe
3-
Sounding
Beard
Pianos
k!.Ebn?n!..thB sret violinist In
Ji .?tU(Sl8-. Elman makes
DUQ
Vlctreli
exduihely for th
HEPPE VICTROLA OJJTFITS
Victrela Ne. IV, $30.10
tth 6 10-lach flenble-fice records
Pay only tee iCMkly
Victrela, Ne. 50, $50.10
ith e 10-lncb deuble-facei rcerd
Pay only it weekly
yVictrelds Ne. 8p, $tlO ,
lth le worth of record!
Victrela Ne. 90, $1S5
with $10 worth of reeerdt
Pay only li.75 ieetlcly
Victrela Ne. 300, $265
with $18 worth of record!
ray only W weekly
Victrola-Ne. ISO, $375
with 2.1 worth, of records
. I'ay en
The Heppe
3-sounding
beard patent
gives teHeppe
up r i g h t
pianos a tone
equal te that of many
grand
pianos. The
s e u n ding
beard area
is 1300
square
inches
larger
than
that
of
upright, pianos. When
tone alone is consid
ered Heppe pianos
are always choescn.
Prices
from $390 up
Cash or Rental Payment
settlement accepted
H TLlka9H
We Are Agents
for the Follewing:
MASON & HAMLIN
Upright and Grand Plaaet
STEINWAY
Dae-Art IHanoU-Pltnei
WEBER
Fianes and Player-Planei
Planei
STECK
and Player-Planea
WHEELOCK
Due-Art Ptanola-Plane)
HEPPE
Pianos and Plajer-Flanei
STROUD
Due-Art Planola-Plaaea
H. C. SCHOMACKER
Planei and Plajer-Planei
EDOUARD JULES
Planei and Player-Planea
FRANCESCA
Planei and Plarer-Plaaea
"p Mail This Coupon for Full Information
C. J. Deppe & Senlnyf.)-
Without any obligation en my part please end
full Information about (mark X below):
0 Pianos
0 Player-Pianos 0 Victrelas
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STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER.
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Santa Claus is On the Way!
Never has the world needed him mere. The spirit of geed-will, of which he is the symbol, seems te
permeate the very air we breathe. He is the jelly harbinger of better times coming, as well as the imme
diate disnenser of oreod cheer and hanniness. The Christmas tokens exchanged make the world richer
I and need net make any one poorer. It isn't the cost of the gift, but the beauty si the thought that counts.
I Why, we're selling tens of thousands of pretty little Christmas Cards at a few pennies each and every
one ei them carries its message of joy.
Time te Cheese Gift Slippers
Only eleven mere shopping days before Christmas in
which te cheese all-important Gift Slippers'. The warm,
comfortable Slippers that will please every member of the
family. The prettiest shades and most attractive styles, the
widest assortment here :
Slippers for Women
Japanese Embroidered Quilted
Satin Slippers $1.00.
Imported Chinecc Mandarin
Boudoir Slippers, hand-made and
embroidered--$3.50 te $5.00.
Daniel Green Felt Comfy Slip
pers, soft jmdded insoles; blue
and breutn tones $2.00.
Comfy Slippers, pompon
trimmed; in old rose, blue and
taupe $2.00.
Comfy Slippers, in old rose,
pink, blue, gray and taupe;
trimmed with pompons and rib
bon $2.50.
Seft Felt Slippcre, leather soles
and heels, oxford gray, wine and
black $2.75.
Seft Felt Juliets, chenille
trimmed; leather soles and heck;
rose, blue and purple $3.25.
Hyle Felt Cemfys, soft padded
soles; button snugly around the
ankle; in old rose and blue, with
ecru tops $2.50.
Hyle Slippers, leather soles ai)d
heels; of blue, gray or brown sil sil
vertene felt $3.25.
Seft. Comfy Slippers, satin
trimming, soft padded soles and
leather heels; in brown and blue
$3.75.
Quilted Satin Slippers, padded
soles; in oldrese, pink, blue, ivinc,
heliotrope and black $2.1,5.
" Slippers for Children
Seft Felt Cosy-Tee very warm
$1.35 te $1.50.
"Puss-in-Deots" Felt Bootees,
padded soles $2.00 te .$2.25.
Moccasins for Camp Fire Girls
and Girl Scouts $1.50 te $2.50.
Hyle Felt Slippere, padded in
soles, fit snugly around ankles
$1.25 te $2.50.
Babies' Satin Carriage Roots,
in pink, blue and white $1.75 te
$2.25.
Slippers for Men
Seft Felt Comfy Slippers
$2.50.
Hyle Felt Slippers, comfy soles
$2.75.
Hyle Felt Slippers, leather
aefes and hceln $3.75.
Seft Kidskin Remee Slippers
3.75 te $6.00.
Seft Kidskin Faust Slippers
$7.00.
Cavalier Slippers, tan kid,
$8.00; red and green morocco
$8.50.
Brown Kidskin Everett Slip
pers $3.75 te $6.00.
Opera Slippers of finest kid
skin $5.00.
Moccasins of soft brown leather
$2.75 te $1.50.
tr-y StrawbrlJge & Clothier Eighth and Filbert Streets
Men Who Overlook Their
Own Needs Must Have
Others te Think of Them
Therefore right new while he is buried deep in
his work and his plans of Christmas for ethers it is the
duty of some close and very dear friend te call his atten
tion te the follewing:
Seme Handsome New
Ulsters and Ulsterettes
$31.50d$44
REMARKABLE VALUES indeed. Great, heavy
Ulsters and smart-looking Ulsterettes, of warm, fleecy
plaid-back fabrics, tailored with exacting care. They
are the sort of Overcoats every man admires, and, there
fore, would be delighted te receive as a gift if you wish
te surprise him.
Overcoats of Crembie fabrics $58.00 and $78.00.
Fur-lined Overcoats $115.00 te $21,5.00.
r-y Strawbrlda-e & Clothier Second fleer, Kiet
Thousands of Smart New
Neckties from 50c te $5.00
This year's collection is the finest we have ever assembled.
All the newest correct patterns from leading manufacturers of
Londen, Paris and New "i erk. A srreat assortment at each of these
prices 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and
$5.00. SS" Strawbrldee Clothier Kast store, KUhth Street
2000 Smart Shirts at $1.50
Comfortably proportioned, and carefully made of geed, durable
fabrics in neat, clean-cut stripe-efTects. All sizes from 13',-a te 18
Inches but with a price as low us $1.60, these Shirts cannot be
expected te linger. -- Strawbrlilte & Clothier Eat Stere. Elshth 6tet
Seft Felt Hats, new $2.15
' Fine Fur Caps, new $7.45
Beth at u saving of MORE THAN ONE-THIRD. The Fur
Caps will make excellent gifts.
' , 3e--atrttwbrldse 4 Clothier Se'cend Fleer, itarket S'treet
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It is Impossible te Tell of
All theFine Playthings new
Assembled Here in Santa
Claus' Headquarters
IN this announcement we will confine ourselves te telling
Santa Claus' grown-up friends and helpers of a few of
the wonderful Toys for boys and girls which have been
marked at special prices:
Infant Cltaractcr Dells, U ynches high, with wig $2.00
Children' a Decorated China Tea Sets, 23 pieces $2.50
Mcclianical Train Sets, with cars, engine and track nete $2.00
Ceaster Express Wagons, vnth disc wheels $7.85
Gilbert's Wheel Tey Construction Sets, new lialf price $5.00
Kcyciene Mevie Graph a real moving picture machine for lvemc
use $7.50
Aluminum Kitchen Utensils 65c a set. Kiddie Kars $1J25 te
$2.25
Delts' White-enameled High Chairs, 75c. Blackboards with easel, $2
Christmas Tree Ornamcnte 5c each, 50c a dozen; 10c each, $1.00
a dozen
Flexible Flyer Sleds $S.50 te $6.25. Firefly Sleds $2.00 te $3.50
There are hundreds of ether Toys, many at special prices. Yeu
must come and see te fully realize hew well we have prepared.
Jelly old SANTA CLAUS himself, is here te greet
Itis little friends a round, rosy, roguish old gentleman
wlve loves and understands children.
br- Strawbrldee & Clothier Fourth Fleer
The Royal Gift of Sables
Fortunate indeed is she who
receives Sables Sables of the
quality and beauty of these:
Natural Russian Sables
One-skin Animal Cheker
Scarfs, $135.00 te $350.00. Two Twe
skin Scarfs, $235.00 te $750.00.
Perfect skins in the natural
dark tones.
Blended Russian Sables
One-skin Cheker Scarfs,
$140.00 te $175.00. Twe-skln
Scarfs, $160.00 te $245.00.
Natural Hudsen Bay
Sables
One-skin Cheker Scarfs. $85.00
te $150.00. Twe-skin Scarfs, $125.00 te $195.00.
Blended Hudsen Bay Sables
One-skin and 'lve-skin Scarfs. alMitlv tinni ,. kij..i ?a rt
te $1S5.00. Four-skin Scarfs, evenly matched akin. ftinkSn '
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210.00, Six-skin and Nine-skln Scarfs
450.00 and $490.00. &-, Btravrbrtdr. &
slightly
Clothier SCen4
blended or tlnd
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Fine Showing of Women's
Beautiful Fur-trimmed Coats
Wonderful Coats at the prices. All of beautiful deep, soft fabrics
and elegantly lined. With cellar of Australian opossum or taupe
nutria, $75.00; with cellars of beaver, $110.00; with cellar and cuffs of
beaver or squirrel,' $125.00 te $185.00.
High-Grade Fur-Cellar Coats, Special, $55.00
Cellars of dyed wolf, Australian opossum or taupe nutria.
Fur-Cellar Belivia Coats, Special, $42.50
Ornamented in silk. Cellar of Australian opossum.
Velour and Belivia Coats, Special, $25.00
Weel velour in blue, brown and black; deep cellar of beavcrctte.
Other Belivia Coats, semi-fitted model, attractively stitched.
Smart Coats for Full Figures
Black and navy Broadcloth and Belivia Coats, modeled en excel
lent lines for women requiring sizes 39 te 53. All well tailored,
attractively stitched, and lined throughout with silk $35.00.
Sy-- Strawbrldee a Clethler-
-Secenil Fleer, Centre
When in Doubt Cheese a
Dainty Silk or Cotten Blouse
One Cannet Have Toe Many
There are hundreds here for your selection all fresh and new.
Crepe de Chine Over-Blouses, light and suit shades $5.75
Sviart Semi-tailored Plaid Silk Blouses $4.50
Light Colored Crepe Georgette Over-Blouses, $3. 9 5 and $5.75
Tailored, and Semi-Tailored Pongee Blouses $3.00
Smart Peter Pan Blouses of Truhu Silk $6.75
Black-stitched Peter-Pan Dimity Blouses $2.00
Royal Semi-tailored White Batiste Blouses $2.50
Fine Perte Rican Hand-made Batiste Blouses $3.00
Beautifully Trimmed White Voile Blouses $3.50
Peter-Pan Dimity Blouses, some color-touched $3.50
Er Strawbrldee & Clothier Second Fleer. Centre
Madeira-embroidered Linens
Are Particularly Giftlike
Women like their daintiness and the unrivaled beauty of their
fine embroidery.
Round Doilies, 6-in., S5c te 75c each; 10-in., SOc te $1.50
Oval Doilies, 6x12 inches, SOc te $3.00 each; 10x15, $1 "5
te $3.00 each; 12xlS, $1.75 te $4.25
Round Lunch Cleths, 72-inch $25.00 te $40.00 each
Lunch Sets of 13 pieces $6.50, $7.50, $8.50 and $10.50
200 Linen Huckaback Guest Towels. - r
Madeira hand-scalloped, reduced f P -! OU
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