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E. S. Little, en Grill in New
Yerk, Tells of Typist's Ac
count $55,000 in Arrears
gVEiyG PUBLIC, -LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDttliJ&DAY, i&KVK&X 25, 3922
SOLDIER SONS PREVENT
THEIR MOTHER'S EVICTION
Landlord, Moved by Pleas, Permits
Delinquent Tenant te Stay
New Yerk, .Tnn. 25. (Hy A, 1.) A
sray-halred mother escaped eviction
from her flat In the Hrenx today
through the pleas of her youngest son.
n sergeant In the jnurlne corps, mitl
telegrams addreed te the court h.v her
two elder bejs, hetli enlisted men In the
Sergeant .Tixeph O. Summers, of the
Fifth lleslment of Marines, appeared
hofero the mnelstratc. nnd. with hh
NEW YORK WARM
OF "FLO" EPIDEMIC
Health Officers Taking Steps te
Avert Recurrence of Con
ditions in 1918
I weed nnd Katharine H. Wehc, DaKl DaKl
mere j IMwnrd P. Fape nnd Florence
i;. Unthlcum. Jlnltlmerc; William Pc.
tile nnd MnrsurHe Swnln, Omiulpti, nnd
Harry S. Aunvnkc nnd Murlen D.
i Pi lee, ColllnKSweed.
HE DREW OUT BIG AMOUNTS fS5reJt,WX;. "dX ZH0USING SITUATION BLAMED
De nllewcd te keep ner iiimruiiviiv
little while lnctend of helng put out ns
nil oblecllennhlo tenant because the
rent was SliiO In arrears. He snid he
hnd obtained lene from the camp at
Qunntlee, Va . .icntcrdii en Icarnins
of his mother's difficulties.
While he vim speaking. message"
Arrived from his brother. LeiiK
utniintieil nl l-Virt N'lnearil. N. A., nrill
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The best place in Philadelphia
10 buy them
BLAKE and BURKART
S. W. Cor. 11th and Walnut St.
Service Today : Success Tomorrow
The success of every business Is directly dependent upon
the service It renders. We believe this nnd have built up our
organization upon this sound principle. Yeu will find here
prompt and courteous consideration, of nil matters ifertninlnj;
te HEAL ESTATE and MORTGAGES. We iuvite interviews.
ny a Staff Correspondent
0 New Ycrh, Jan 2.". Itevclntleiis of
the manner In whlih women, one n
ftrnegraphcr employed by the firm
were allowed te je many tliensnnds of
dollars in Jebt te his company threinh
fcpcculatlen In the stock market, wcic
Inade bv i:d.inl S. Little. N
Hy the Asseel.ited I'tcss
I New Yerk, .Inn 2."i - Cit health
.efllcnls were taking steps teUy te
lileek the further nregiess of n threat
ened Influenza nnd pneumonia epidemic
I which was augured, thev said. b. the
rapidl.v growing number of ueh cases
Up (.renter New Yerk Mnce tup first of
mvi.iwi in me u,umiuii uiuiMt "i rrrnved in iur .us"ii"i v ouimiss'iener, speaking before mi
.01 Uiandler mothers & Ce. , hip innui.ru. . u. .. '"""""V '"" " inn ,nieeiis Chamber of Cem
Little was Brll!ed in New Yeik I.- "f.S, 'V." " ' X2 w ' ,r I '"."."V'f. "t'ed emphutle wurnin
t it ,..,... .... u'iti..iT "" "" "'.: .""' ""Y, .7. '"":,' .... .. . ",,,r Preent ceiullt en.'- he
-. nun ini itfuur. I'uuiiH'i i"i "" " I S-UI-n-lneilt 1 nut Ulllll rvuruurv ", "i.P m venf nt
V. Barrows, trustee, at the hrst M-edl
ter' inectltiT In this eltj. Se eleveij
l?K f . did Mr. Rebel crowd Little in li!-
nearchlaj croNS-examinntien tint Little
jnssed a wsarj hand across hi briw
when tlip hearinz wa1! concluded tin I
aid, "Thank heaven, that is ever."
In addition, testlmenj was she.i
showing that Little, in 1020 nlene.
drew out of the business mete thnii
5140,000. That Infoimatien was ghen
by A. 0 Dcnllnser. wiie was held
boekkecpT nt the Phl'ndclphln eft'ee.
Accerdlns te Denllnjjer. the sums
drawn out of the firm bj Little wcie
n follews: 1IU5. iSiM.TT ; l'.Utl.
$20Ti0.27. 1017. S2fllS.ll: 101.
ser,sn.8Si ii)i! sir.i.oH.ei ; lvje,
$12(1.300.10 Ae.erdltijt te DenlliiRei.
Little drew out aIe, rrem ,Tanunr 1.
1021, until July '.'.-,, the da 01 tin
failure, an additional $1-1,2(17. 1C. these
'Withdrawals making a grand total et
Denies SI4.C25 Withdrawal
In 1020, according te Denllngcr. Lit
tle drew out, In three Instalments.
$14,02,, for in"oine tax pnjincnt.
Counsel nnd witnesses were startled, at
that Juncture, when Little declared he
had necr drawn that menej out of the
flrra te nay his Income taxes, declaring
further he knew nothing of such with
drawals. He Insisted he hnd paid his
income taxes with checks drawn en the
Nassau County Trust Cempanj . nnd pre
duced the tLree cancilid cheeks en that
bank. Mr. lleber was nenpluFed nnd
ordered nn examination of the accounts
te find who did draw out $11,023. and
what became of it.
Mr. Little, in addition, denied nil
knowledge of the $.'30e.00 in Libcm
Ilends that Yeung A: Ce.. expert ac
countants, say should be somewhere
among the assets of the company, but
which no one, se far, has bem able te
Little told of having completed in the
spring of 1020 the luxurious home in
which he lives at Garden Cit. L. 1
Xhe money te furnish it. he raid. wa-il
supplied by his son and daughter Th I
drew this money, ubeut Sill .000, h" ,
aid, from their accounts with
Chandler Brethers & Ce. lie admitted
his son Stuart nnd his daughter Kllui
iiever operated the accounts themseUes.
He had charge of all buying and selling
ter them, he said ,
Twe Autes, nut no Menej
At the time of the failure of the com
pany. Little said, he owned absolutely
no personal property except the ilntln.il
upon hs back nnd two motorcar" Il
iad no checking accounts in any bank.
he said, except a housekeeping ne
count at the Nassau County Trift
.,uiinunj-. jie would take a Chandler
Brethers & Ce cheek, he Knid. till ii
out te the amount he aesired. sign it
and Chandler Brethers & Ce. would
cash It. A large bundle of smli checks
were produced by Mr. Heber.
That bundle of canceled (hecks w
fciJided te Little by Mr. Iteber when he
jald he could net recall for what he
had srvent the inenpr In. ,rn... ...
1 JIP'O and 1020. Mr. Iteber suggested
tlt-V""' the canceled checks would refresh ids
memory, lie piemised te go through
them carefully. He said nil canceled
checks, as far as he knew, drawn ion
the Nassau County Trubt Company hud
When his attention was railed te the
fact that the passhoek had net been
lalancpd for many months Little prom prem
ised te hae It balanced nnd te pro
duce the canceled cheeks. L'pen s,.c.
enil thought Mr Iteber took the pass
book back, snvlng he would hae it
balanced himself There is u total
withdrawal from this trust cempam of
$75,000 te be accounted for.
Ptllrlpml ,llwr.nLi n,li-lit
get such n stnrt in the congested uie.is
is te weep the town and kill 11 million
New erk Is worse off tednv than it
wus 1 urine tin terr ,ln n,,i.t.i.. .,f
AMnnnKt r v , ' csrrmmHtmtm;i
JAMES D. WINCHELL
Every Phase of Real Estate Service
17tll & Sanson Sts. Telephone Spruce 1153
$35 Refrigerator, &19.50.
Limited Supply In Each Slerc
Must bell till uulcklv.
Se looted haidwoeJ,
B old en enk finish.
trittA ..M.I ImI.i.Ia.
iiuingi;. a eierca in
Hub Furniture Ce.
4734 FKANKFORD AVE.
22-24 W. CHELTEtf AVE.
2203 SOUTH STREET
'Stall Order rilled
!-- W r
HAD WAR CROSS; NO FOOD
' "' ""'K I'"' icrriiiie ppideiiile i
wn. J! .'..; bcc1'sc of the housing situntien.
1 or die siiv. (t tlie health, tm.rils,
and safety of New erk houses must be
Hum ue Mm 'l ra"p eveiy epldemli
w til "rnvp iiiiiiTin 1,1,11 ,i", ., ,.i. ...
.New erk nre properly housed."
( lr. ( opeinml 'nul today ihat 12..
Trench Here Found Celd and
gry en BroeKiyn street
New Yerk. Jan 25. (By A. P
A French war here. Attc Claude, who
spent his last rjimrter esterda en
.. . .1.. .... I .... r.t filmnli OTiiKlwit
..i.e"- ,i,n. .,.. nn tel.l him he con d " "? " iiui-nrn mid ni' of nm u
peddle at n big profit, was found b . "'".. '"". b,; rewtl In Cr.nter
1 I reek!, n bluecent today shivering1 Ver ,nin '" . "' twnti -fem
0.1 a street corner nnd hugging the i,"fv.Vei.??nn. T ? , "'I MmI'U '""
gloves te his cold nnd hungry bed v. ..'A,.,1 , ""zn ,ns.':". WPre "Tort.
In his pocket was n rltntii.ii signed ViL " ' 'fV ' ' h,T ; l.,nl ,"" "
b, (lei ernl Petal,,, awurdl...; him the , "S 1"c'fn0nf1 " lu' n';,1' 10 "'aN
Croix de C.uerre for heroism In the ',' ,lln TJ. T"', lU?,C !,,1,H ,'""
capture of n Cerman officer at the b.it- - '' hc " i"-PitnN it the InM three
tie of the Semme "f. " ,"n.l'l,l- n ' "' ,rlaml s',Id ,lar"
Police bought mm .1 bn menl unci' '""l -;ii veht -fi,. rase-;
held him In S500 lnil us a Migrant. He ,. ' ' 1""' ' "an is, (inecter et the
aid hc was n stranded seaman.
I Baked in Dough Reems
I with screened air!
iirenii nt I'texenlatile IiNenses, said 1
that In tin twi ut -fnur hours nmlln.
BLACK KNIGHTS' TERRORIZE li "12 e? uZ'Z'lr
Four Chicago Bandits Add te Heavy
List of Crimes
Chicago. .Tan. 25 i B A. P.I
Cliiiage's crlminnl record yestcrdaj nnd
l.ut night showed the first serious wan1
One man shot and wounded, i 'Ittall. Philadelphia
Elkton Marriage Licenses 'M
Klliten, Mil.. .Ian 25. The fellow- 1 1
ing mnrrinse licenses vne issued here I &
teday: Thnmas It Dnldseii nnd llild'i 1 1
Dragen, riil'iiileitiiiia . t.eor'e P
Sold only at our Stores
piebnblv fatally, two jewelry stores,
hurgliirlred, twenty-eight held-ups and
mere than a spore of miner crimes were
reported. The criminals escaped vir
The most "erIeus crime of the ex
nmg was perpetrated, the police believ
hi fenr Negro bandits who in the last
two months hne gained the name
foul blink knights." and whose loot In
mere than one hundred held-up
mated ns eiceeding Js.V.ODO.
nihil a drug store and shot
Peters, I!as.en. Pa
nnd Minnie M.
Ham i:. Klik-
apiiiii. i Hiiiiim iiiii:i:MiaraMaiiii:ciiiiTiMiiri
Kansas Citv. Me.. Jan 25 (By A
P l All nighl patrolmen will discard
uniforms for the next month and wear
ihllinn clothes in an attempt te cjieik
, nine. Pel he Commissioner Wilsen an
BREAKS NECK COMBING HAIR
sKS'will Fit your Moter
Te Lew Grade
Injury Suffered by
Syracuse. N. .. Jan. 25. P.v A
P i Helen Viekerj of Schenectady
a student nurse at the fioed Shepherd
Hospital herp Is confined te heil In
tlint institution with n fractured verte
bra, suffered while combing her hair
Sundnv night. She had her head In
ai inclined position and. while pasMng
the comb through her hair twisted a
vertebra In her net K out of position
Phjslclans declare nil Injury of this
nntuie ii rarely suffered front such a
PHONE SPKl'CH .-)1SS
Dempsey Cycle Ce.
PI'ILA DELPHI A. PA.
BIG GEM THEFT REPORTED
Salesman Tells Police of $35,000
New Vel U. Jan 25 I Bj A. P i-
5.15. (MiO dl.imnntl rehberv In the ilewn
town gem dNtiut was report) 1 te tin
police today b Jacob Levine, sales,
man for delin Cehen, diamond im
porter Levine said two armed bandits m
vnded I ebeli's eflices. held him up in
tin- present" of a girl bookkeeper, and
took from him u wallet i entninln,- the
unset stiuies Thev made their es. ,,p(
iindetedeil. tiltheugh Cehen's effii es m
mi the fif tli rl'"r of u building nr tin
busy turner of Nnssnu nnd Ann strtei
' PAllfe nnri MiUl. ' '.
DREAM HAS TRAGIC SEQUEL
Feurs and Eights
40 H. P. te 58 H. P.
OPEN and CLOSED MODELS
Mere Power Mere Comfert
$1115 te $2635
r. O. B. Fact
Bey's Vision of Brether's Death
While Sledding Precedes His Own f
srranten. Pa . Jan 25 t It A P
Meiidav night eleven-ear-old Walt, i
Kopek, of Seuth Si'inuten, had n dn.iin
that his jniinger brother vmis dislml ti
death In n coasting iinidtnl Bif.m
going te school the hev told in- inetlier
net te let his htt'i biether have the
sled nfti r school
st,rdnv Walter vvnit cea-tlng an i
en his lirst ride liis sl,.d euishul into
n moiertruik. He u.i se badly in
jured In dud m a hospital.
By Lee Pape
Women Owe Big Sums
Concerning the creditors vhe were
cllewed te go deeplv into debt te Chnn
dler Brethers & Ce in the New Yerk
office en marginal accounts, llenlinger
mentioned Mrs. II W Heper, who was
employed thpre ns a stenographer. She
ewes the firm ?55.000.
"De you menu te say." said Mr.
Iteber, addressing Little, "that jeii
permitted a stenographer te ewe 'the
Jinn $55,000? Vew. did she operate
the account or was It operated for some
ether purpose In her nameV"
"Hr husband held n verv responsible
J-.Ofitien with the Tinted Sfites Itubb m
Company. It was his account, and was
teperated In her name He died rerun v
nnd left a lur;e amount of life insn -ance.
I think that ac eunt is send '
"Thanks, said Mr Itebei. dijK
"I'll get busy at er.ee "
"i!e,v about Mrs D C, Wll.er. who
OW.,l'54'1,0'M' ?ketl JIr U'h,'l ' Ye.tiddiiV ina sent me te the Merel
'She is in sister, and she Is net fnl. a beN 0f raisins te put hi the riee i
800(1 for the debt, answered Little. middlng, and wen I gut home with vvaf '
Other women nvvlns lirge sums were ;as ,eft of t,in I sed. lla ma. hew
5!j?nJ& im" vL'V'c' nuff"'- I inanj raiMiis de jeu g theres n, u
owing $.1.1.11-1 , vlrs L D Currj , n . , i
Ing W8.2W nnd Mr- O C W,l , Im blT. pil lin,i , them en the
neuth. owing JM.1.1. Mnnyet.'ercrcd. Lit"he table, sed inn
lore owing large .mounts were men- , "Meelllll, she dldent fee' like gesslng. .
tinned .imetig them being ere n B.ed ' a i Jd. Well hew many de ou '
Sw?V7rei HiiK in0! iefr"' h0 tWnk ma. de jeu think there, 500 In
ewes .il'.l,7-'l Little insisted he never ,. i,nvv I
knew that IteeJ owed the office nnv " , ,. ,, ,,,.ni. ,nT,lln nbnut it pe
thing Be,l'S acieunt was known as J, J TvXcuti fS? j
''.. , ., , ' goedniss snkes. se( mn '
Chlldreii Uirge Dehteis Well if jeu thiiwt there was 500,
His daughter, Lillian Little (wesiveu'd think long bemuse theie nint
S2200; 1'lenner Little ewes ?1 l.'tO that men, mu. hew men de you bet
Olurence Llt'le ewes $180" and Stuart theie is? I sed I
Little $1270 These debts, Mr. Little Are you starting all ever aB'cn sed
Mid his children must jn ma. I
These people were allowed te go se Theres ixac klv 120, mn. I sed. ,
deeply Inte debt, according te Little, Im delighted te beer it, new for
because they had bought certain oil I heaven sakes step bothering me, bed '
stocks In which lie had the utmost ma.
faith ; the Hecks had gene down and he i Well de you wunt te knew hew I
lat II.A ,lulia ltn tin SI.,-.. .1.. .,--,... . .1 , .
leunil out. ma: i sen
Ne. sed mn, and I sed. Well 111 tell
i en, I counted them and de you knew
hew I counted them? I took them all
out und then I put them all buck agcu ,
and wile I was putting them back I
ute everv ether one, se of rerse nil I
Vy . --
800 N Bread St.
, let the debts pile up Sure the stocks
would rebound. Instead they went
"I knew It does net sound reason
T Jble," he said, "but that Is hew it
Isn't It a tact ('handlers sold them
ut long age and the customers did net hnd te de te find out hew mam there
new It; ke you couldn't hell them out I was in the fer't plain was jest take
ajalnr asked Mr Iteber ti. number I ute and multiply i b 2
"Ob, no. replied Little, hut Inter he De veu iiiecn te sa jeu ate half
admitted that Ih what happened
"Clark, Ibllds & Ce demandeil iln
, I ask for mere margin from them," be
Mid, "and I wouldn't. Their collateral
. bad been sold out. and the customers
j , did uet knew it. A refused te ask any
,-' customers te put up additional margin
ft If Ibclr coUetcrfcl had been sold."
these lalslns' sed ma
Weir I ale ever.v ether one, ami thev
came out even I sed, and mu sed. If
you dur te ask for en.v rice pudding
teiut" III tell .veur father wut ou did,
Wich I dldent usk for cny, net miss- I
Ing ns mutch as wat I would of laltssed
if there aau et uin mere raisins in ii
SO 000 Milta e n bt c Ttrt)
-t fift miles an hour the Cele Vre-hight
can be stepped in one hundred and seventy
eight feet fifty-one feet less than the aver
age geed car.
Jn mountainous touring and in congested
traffic the safety of such braking efficiency
becomes of tremendous importance. Ne
matter at what speed you arc traveling, in
M) cmei genes, ou can bring your Cele te a
step mere suddenly and mere safely than
seu could possibly step any ether equally
large car in the world.
Drive the Car Yourself.
L. S. BOWERS COMPANY
215 .. Bread Street
,: . .W
If Meney Saving is Important te Yeu, Then
by All Means Come te Darlington's Thursday
(Ji LARGE number of small lets must be sold out previous te inventory,
February 1, and we believe they will go fast at the very low prices at
which they are marked. Please bear in mind that these' are CLEARANCE
GROUPS ; some sizes may be missing ; some pieces may be soiled. Come
as early in the day as possible.
Small let of Women's Hosiery in drop
stitch or silk-and-lislc; some clocked
numbers in the let; former prices 75c te
$1.50; Thursday, while they last, 50c a
pair. (First Fleer.)
Odd lets of Women's All-wool and
SiJk-and-woel Stockings, a few clocked
numbers included; regular prices up te
$2.00 a pair new $1.45. (First
Odd lets of Women's Ribbed Cotten
Sports Hese, previous prices up te $1.50
a pair new 95c. (First Fleer.)
Men's $1.50 and $2.00 Silk-and-wool
and All-wool Hosiery new 65c and
95c a pair. (First Fleer.)
Women's Merode Combination Suits
in silk-and-wool and wool-and-cotton;
low neck, no sleeves, bodice top, knee
and ankle lengths'; incomplete sizes;
previous prices $3.00 and $3.75 each; te
be closed at $1.50. (First Fleer.)
25 Women's and Misses' Coats,
previously priced up te $39.50, new en
sale at $25.00. (Third Fleer.)
Women's $8.50 te $10.00 Colored
Silk Umbrellas new $6.75. (First
Women's Silk Umbrellas with at
tractive handles special at $4.75.
Odd lets of Women's $16.50 te
$22.50 Woolen Sweaters; net shop
worn or out-of-date; reduced te $9.85
each. (First Fleer.)
Children's $8.00 te $10.75 Weel
Sweaters, 8 te 14 years in the let but net
all sizes in each color and style new
$4.95. (First Fleer.)
$1.00 each for Beys' and Girls' Scarfs
less, than half price. (First Fleer.)
200 pairs of Gloves, odd lets includ
ing both men's and women's Dress and
Street Gloves; regular prices up te $4.50
a pair; te be closed out at $1.00 a pair.
95 Rompers and Creepers for chil
dren of 6 months te 6 years new $1.00
each; previous prices up te $4.00.
An assortment of Middy Washable
Suits for small children, reduced from
$5.00 each te $2.50. (Fourth Fleer.)
Plain Gingham Bleemer Dresses,
sizes 3 te 6 years new $2.50 each,
regular price $3.75. (Fourth Fleer.)
63 Winter and Spring Coats in sizes
2 te 6 years, previous prices up te
$15t00; en sale Thursday at $7.50.
Children's Hats previously priced up
te $9.00, te be closed out at $2.00 each.
15 Women's and Misses' Coats,
previously priced up te $35.00, new
$11.50. (Third Fleer.)
Small let of Misses' Knitted Suits con
sisting of skirt, sweater and tarn
e'shacter, te be closed out at $5.00.
30 Misses' Street and Party Dresses,
formerly up te $55.00; en sale Thursday
at $15.00. (Second Fleer.)
55 French Hand-made Dresses for
girls of 6 te 16 years, odd lets previously
priced up te $20.00, new $7.50.
47 Girls' Dresses, 6 te 16- years,
taffeta, crepe de chine, jersey, velvet
and serge, some regulation styles in
cluded; previous prices up te $30.00,
new $10.00. (Second Fleer.)
350 Gingham Dresses for girls of 6 te
16, regular prices up te $3.75, te be
closed out at $1.95 each. (Second
150 Girls' and Misses' Peter Pan
Jersey Dresses, previously priced at
$15.00, new $7.50. (Second Fleer.)
1500 yards of Imported Cre
tonnes in beautiful designs and
colorings; all are less than half price
and some have been as much as
$1.25 a yard. Cheese from any
of them Thursday at 38c a yard.
About 500 yards of Cretonnes
previously priced from $1.50 te
$1.75 a yard, te be closed out at
58c a yard.
Plain Poplins and Sunfast Ma
terials for draperies; original prices
from $1.75 te $2.00 a yard new
60c Striped Linens for slip cover
ings new 40c a yard.
40c Plain Linens for slip cover
ings new 25c a yard.
350 yards of the finest Imported
Tapestries in nine designs and
colorings; reduced as follews:
S3.75 a ard for $6.00 Tapestries
$4.50 a yard for $7.00 Tapestries
$5.00 n yard for $8.00 Tapestries
$5.50 a yard for $9.00 Tapestries
$G.50 a yard for $10.00 Tapestries
All Back-lacing Corsets have been
reduced te $1.50 each; previous prices
up te $5.00, and in some instances, even
mere; several models but mostly small
sizes. At the same price are some dis
continued numbers in De Beveisc
Brassieres regularly priced at $3.00 te
$5.00. (Second Fleer.)
Seft Batiste Night Gowns; round
necks with dainty trimming of embroid
ery. Val. lace or tucks; sleeveless and
short sleeves; small sizes only; reduced
from $1.50 te 95c. (First Fleer.)
Philippine Chemise in sizes 36 te 44
bust measure; beautifully embroidered;
values up te $5.50 reduced te $2.95.
Satin Camisoles in flesh tint, plain
hemstitched or trimmed with Val. lace;
some have pale blue shoulder straps;
sizes 40, 42 and 44 only; reduced from
$1.50 te 85c. (First Fleer.)
Satin Camisoles, mostly plain tucked,
"tome trimmed at top with band of lace;
flesh color; sizes 38 te 44; regular price
$2.00; en sale Thursday at $1.10. (First
Satin Bleemers in small sizes only
new $1.50 each, reduced from $3.00.
All Maids' and Sewing Aprons previ
ously priced at $1.25 te $3.00 have been
reduced te $1.00 each. (Fourth Fleer.)
All Fancy Aprons previously priced
from $3.50 te $7.50 are new $3.00
each. (First Fleer.)
24 Girls' and Juniors' Coats, previ
ously priced up te $100'.00, new $47.50.
Small let of Girls' and Juniors' Coats,
previously priced up te $25.00, new
$9.75. (Second Fleer.)
33 Girls' and Juniors' Coats, previ
ously priced up te $35.00; en sale
Thursday at $18.75 each. (Second
Beginning Thursday all re
maining stocke of Notions,
Sewing Silk, etc., will be sold at
just half the regular prices; this
includes all Ribbons. (First
50 Women's Afternoon, Street and
Evening Dresses, previously priced up te
$85.00 Thursday $25.00 each. (Third
90 Women's Heuse Dresses, regularly
priced at $1.95 te $3.95, te be closed
out Thursday at $1.25 each. ' (Third
80 Women's Heuse Dresses, regularly
priced at $4.50 te $10.95, te be closed
out Thursday at $2.85 each. (Third
About 150 Women's Woolen Skirts in
geed styles, well worth $7.50, en sale
Thursday at $4.00 each; no large sizes.
$4.00 te $5.00 Waists at $2.75 each;
a geed assortment in various styles,
colors and materials. (First Fleer.)
84 Dix-made Uniforms for nurses,
regularly priced at $3.50 and $5.00, te
be closed out Thursday at $2.00 each.
116 lovely Boudoir Caps, regularly
priced at $2.00 te $3.00, te be closed
out Thursday at '$1.50 each. (First
40 Quilted Boudoir Robes of the most
desirable type at half price; regularly
$13.50 te $45.00, Thursday $6.75 te
$22.50. (First Fleer.)
65 Women's Blanket and Corduroy
Robes, reduced from $5.00 each te
$2.85. (First Fleer.)
55 Women's Blanket and Lined Cor
duroy Robes, reduced from $10.00 te
$5.50 each. (First Fleer.)
12 handsome Albatross Boudoir
Robes at half price; regularly $8.75 te
$19.50, Thursday $4.85 te $9.75.
All Silk and Satin Negligees reduced
25. (First Fleer.)
50 Winter Hats, previously priced up
te $10.00, Thursday at $1.50 each.
45 Winter Hats previously priced up
te $25.00, te be closed out at $3.50
each. (First Fleer.)
15 Misses' Jersey Suits in light colors,
previously priced up te $22.50, te be
closed out at $11.50 each. (Third
20 Women's and Misses' Suits, some
tweeds and spring weights included;
previous prices up te $62.50; en sale
Thursday at $25.00 each. (Third'
18 Women's and Misses' Suits of
tricelettc, pongee, serge and vcleur;
previous prices up te $50.00, new
$15.00. (Third Fleer.)
$3.25 and $5.00 Madeira Embroid
ered Linen Centrepieces new $i.lr
nnd $3.75 each. ( First .Fleer. )
$3.75 and $4.25 Madeira Embroid
ered Linen Lingerie Pillow Cases (pair)
new $2.62 and $3.19. (Fiist Fleer.)
, $3.50 (dozen) Machine Embroidered
Linen Tea Napkins new $2.63. (First
$10.00 Madeira Embroidered Linen
Scarfs, 18x54 inches new $7.50 each.
37y2c Huckaback Guest Towels, half
linen new 29c each. (First Fleer.)
80c Mercerized Cotten Table Damask,
64 inches wide new 60c a yard. (First
30c Turkish Bath Towels new 23c
each. (First Fleer.)
75c Lace-trimmed Bureau or Buffet
Scarfs, 18x50 inches new 57c each.
$1.50 Madeira Embroidered Linen
Handkerchief Cases new $1,13 cacfy,"
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