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',V"-' - r " J i J sf-'Ji-' -'' -iW-ilyT UL v7 . . U T ' ' "" " "7 ,-"? .i "Tri,r:rir'T5T"r"r-nr"-"v - '' i-" .' . iijt'- -. i ...') trfyv t - s' w EVENING- PUBLIC LEDOEEr-PHILADELPHlA, FRIDAY, eTAttUAKY 27, 1922 5-. $500 FOR SISTERS OF POOR Hospitals and Churches Alse B:n eflt Frem Annle O'Brien's Will The LIUie Sisters of the 1'eqr n West I'lillndclphla society, Received a beqiiest 6f $500 in the will of Annle K. O'Urlcn? of this city, probated today. Sim died In Havana, Cuba, leaving nn cslnte valued nt S11.II70. Hesldes private be nucsW slie left $3000 - te Ht. Hese's ii'rec Hospital for Cancer, New Yerk, Jnd ?-'000 te. Sisters of Charity. Jit. Hepe Hctrcat, Baltimore. The rcsldtie of tlie cutnte will be divided among the Cnthellc Churrb Extension Society of the United 'States, Society for the Atone ment, of New Yerk, and the Catholic Foreign Missions Society of America. Other wills prbbntcd today Included tlmt of Ida Thompson. lle: WeM Tiega street. ?i-100, and Mlehecl M, Gales, 11)15 East Cambria street, $1200. An Inventory was filed in thepcr-,-eniil estate of Edwin It. Smiley, who leaves ."522,008. Letters of administra tion were granted In the estates of Jehn W. Ulebmend. 120 North Eleventh street, $("000, and Solemon Slutsky, DM North Second street, $0000. j STRAVBRIDGE & CLOTHIER IMPORTANT NEWS FOR TOMORROW business hours 0 TO C:30 -J1 Let "Compare" be the Watch Werd of All About te Buy Furniture ' Gelden Special Te-morrow (fill Men's Worsted SUITS mSa -&hA- L!ffl JL ,..., iim A Man's Wrist Watch Made of sterling silver and fitted with a jeweled Waltham movement radium dial and hands, non breakable crystal, leather wristband $37. Se many men of today are wearing wrist watches that there is no longer a doubt of their convenience for general use. S. Kind & Sens me chestnut st. DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS ratffl Save By Buying Shoes for Children, Beys and Girls NOW! "Shoer-Tred" Russia Calfskin Shoes SiNew8 . 'Ml'... U.8S 5.85 Sizes 11J6 te 2, New Sizes 2U te 8, J QC New D.OO "Shoer-W" Scheel and Play Shoes $3.85 4.35 4.85 5.85 Sizes 6 te 8, New Size 8 te 11, New Sizes 11 te 2, New Slzes 2 te 7, New BOYS' "EeMT $4.65 1230 Market St. .7 i Tj m. vw as- (pROHOUNCKD OVTBM) JUO m t!nfniif ITh Stores ev" Famous SKeeal . XT " St Every Feet Professionally Fitted Three Geuting Brethers Supervising ADTKIt'nSKMKNT AnVKRTISITUENT CeMfflNra IX. SL 1 filiipHiHfflii MHi HF xShULI lliESISiSiH w Jewelers, Silversmiths, Stationers nt ence the name of Bailey, i Banks & Biddle Company will come te your mind en account of the ' reputation for quality which this Arm has maintained for many I generations. I "F'OR the sake of economy I de-1 cided te purchase a ready-te-wear suit instead of having my clothing made te order. And as 1 have always been able te get exactly what I wanted in neckwear, gloves, ' hosiery, etc., from MacDonald & Campbell (1331-36 Chestnut Street),' that seemed te me the place te go for a buit as well. The result is that I have bought several suits and nn ! overcoat which I like immensely." I This is the attitude that many of the most particularly dressed men in Philadelphia are taking and it is no wonder when you consider the re-1 markable quality, style and fit of the I clothing sold by this firm, net te mention the great saving ever custom-made clothing. LTERE is seme news which will be AA of great interest te all of my readers. Commencing Monday and continuing throughout the week, the store of Bailey, Banks & Biddle Com pany will held its Annual Clearance ,? -And such lovely articles as you will find there (but, of course, you Knew that anything which comes from Bailey's excels in quality and workmanship): beautiful Silver 'late; exquisite China, Glass and ottery; handseme Clocks; attractive Lamps; extremely nmart Leather "ags, Umbrellas and Canes: and Sta , n0ry,.ef exceptional quality. It will really be well worth your while te make a special visit te Bailey's, as you will be amazed at the substan tial reductions which are efl'ercd. pUOGRESS manifests itself in a variety of forms and te the per son who wears glasses the state of Optical Perfection which has been developed by Wall & Ochs, Opticians, J716 Chestnut Street, is of the utmost mpertance. It is a long cry from the unsightly, cumberseme frames ?ni,f.rly times te the neat and incon spicuous Rimless Glasses of today, w ,4 examples of which have n achieved by this firm; while, n,,".ccivinpr the dvJc of Wall & of AW" Hter8 yu nre assured ei obtaining glasses which will net vmii,.? f..lhe nteat service te venV i l wUI be a harmonious part of ..caa us wen, ON THE ocean you will find that! nothing taste3 se geed as Fruit, se why net send "Ben Veyage Steamer Hampers" from Hallewell's (Bread below Chestnut), te yeurj friends who are sailing? They are! filled with the most luscieuB Fruits, j among which are wendciful Het- house Grapes from Belgium, while Almeria Grapes from Spain, juicy i Buerre d'Anjou Pears, Oranges and i Tangerines, new the best of the season; while In the bottom are packed Asserted Stuffed Fruits. It is therefore- a gift te be enjoyed throughout the veyage. The price. ranges from ?H, ?lu, 5lb, JjL'U te ?25 and upward and Ilallewells' guar antee perfect delivery te any Atlan tic seaport. THE CHESTNUT STREET ASSOCIATION fivS!"P'l?f'T AT Mi. I With Twe Pairs of . Trousers At $24.75 Se successful wai a similar Gelden Special heM recently and se pleasing were the comments of men who shared in that value, we feel justified in repeating it for the benefit of these who were unable te participate at the time. Therefore, it is with pleasure we anneunce that for te-morrow we have arranged te sell another let of these Suits, at the 3ame remarkably low price. Suit?, of all-werGted and silk-and-worsted mixtures, from one qf America's greatest worsted mills. The Suits are well tailored with excellent linings, in well-fitting models for men of REGULAR, STOUT, SHORT, TALL AND SLENDER proportions. Practically every man who comes early can be fitted. Twe pairs of trousers te each SUit. Ji Slrawbrldr. & Cletlilcr Second Kloef, East Men's Winter Overcoats at Important Savings Tin's should prove interesting news te every man who takes pride in his appearance and who enjoys making a geed investment. Very Fine Crombie UlstersXQftO X() Werth Fully One-Third Mere )tpua.JV The products of leading tailors. Great, heavy Ulsters of rich Crombie fabrics. They are worth fully one-third m,erc. Other Fine Overcoats, Irish and PfQ K( Scotch Fabrics OU English and American Overcoats of Irish nnd Scotch fabrics. Remarkable value at $49.50 which is about whelesale price. Men's and Yeung Men's Overcoats ' Remarkable at $23.50 and $28.50 Ulsters and Ulsterctles in many fabrics. Fur-lined Overcoats Half Price Muskrat- and marmot-lined, reduced te $75.00 and $115.00. t&-- Straw brldjre & Clothier Second Doer. East A Special Purchase of Women's Fur Coats Greatly Under Regular Prices Just purchased a fine let of Fur Coats in the lntest styles of the season, and all of the high-grade dependable kind that we can saieiy seu unacr our -aeai et (Jennaence. Russian Peny Special at $75.00 Handseme 40-inch model, with Hudsen seal (dyed muskrat) cellar and cuffs. Russian Marmet Special at. $120.00 The 36-inch length; rich brown tones; natural raccoon cellar and cuffs. Natural Muskrat Special at $195.00 Smart 40-inch model of northern muskrat skins; deep cellar and cuffs. Fur Coats Frem Regular Stock Reduced NATURAL MUSKRAT SPORTS COATS in 3G-inch and 40-inch lengths, attractively lined new $105.00. FINE NEARSEAL COATS (French ceney), in the 42-inch length; shawl cellar and turn- DacK cuus new $195.00. - fltmwbrlds Clothier Second Fleer, Filbert Street This 10-Piece Diniriff-Roem Suit $275 A solid and substantial, yet graceful William and Mary period Suit, in either veneered mahogany or walnut. Sideboard, G0x22 inches. Serving Table, 38x18 inches. China Closet, 02x43 inches. Extension Table, 8 feet x 54 inches. Five side chairs and one Arm Chair, each with blue or brown leather scats. At $275 typical of the values te be found throughout this entire Furniture Sale. 3-Piece Overstuffed Living-Roem Suit $275 A particular luxurious Suit at at a most economical price. Consists of large spring-arm Davenport, Davenport Chair nnd high-back Fireside Chair. AH arc covered tastefully with tapestry and have comfortable loose-cushion seats. A Suit net often found at $275. Pest Colonial Bedroom Suil $394 A special purchase secured for this Sale, otherwise you would net be able te get it for such n low price. Mainly of solid mahogany with tops and drawers veneered. Con sists of large Bureau, Vanity Dresser, Chiffonier and full size Test-bed. Unusual at $394. This Semi-Annual (February) Sale of Furniture Has Established a Standard for Compar ison By Which Yeu May Best Judge Furniture Quality and Furniture Values Te-morrow the superiority of the FURNITURE and VALUES in this Sale will be doubly emphasized. Mr. Heme Furnisher will get away from his office early in order te help Mrs. Heme Furnisher select the Furniture destined te be their cherished possession for years te come. We venture te say, their purpose will be te secure solid, satisfying Furniture at the greatest possible savings. Here they will find The Furniture The Savings 1. Manufacturers' prices have been coming down within the past year and our regular stock having been as sembled uithin that period has been marked at correspondingly low retail prices. Fer this Sale however wc have in every instance made worth while reductions from these alrcttdy- 58 purchases were, of at prices far below levels. These price pass along te you 1 Our entire sleck of Furniture most of which has been assembled during the past six months. AH of it NEW' new in design and new in features -which make for greater en durance. AH of it in thorough geed taste and in styles worthy te grace American homes of refinement. 2 Many large special purchases, secured from the geed manufacturers who contribute te our regular stocks and, therefore, consisting solely of Furniture of dependable Strawbridge & Clothier quality. low prices. 2. The special course, secured regular factory advantages wc which means very substantial savings. Net alone in Furniture and values is this sa'e outstanding. Our liberal dignified Plan of Deferred Payments, sets a mark in the matter of convenience for Furniture purchasers. If you have a charge account, Furniture purchased to morrow will be charged en your February bill, if you se desire. Te-morrow, you can sec for yourself just where Furniture quality and Furniture values are best! Come Early ! Compare Carefully ! Save Mere ! ST y Stra-vtTldce t Cletlil-r furniture. Th rl Ter. l'r 'catN m .1 l: Jd :m I eui i'i I loer. Him $18.75 ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF Cedar Chests One-third Under Price Meth-proof, damp-proof nnd dust-proof that is what prac tical women demand of a Cedar Chest. These are hand some pieces of furniture and of the finest construction. All of beautifully grained Tennessee Mountain Red Cedar, 48 intjhes long. A sav ing of one-third at $18.75. Strawbrtdga tt Clothier Third rioer. Centre Axminster Rugs Much Under Price .9.Y2 feet $37.50 8.3x10.6 feet $32jS0 Patterns suitable for any room in the house and in sizes that are most desired. As you sce, the prices are greatly below the regular retail prices of te-day. Fourth Fleer, West Silk Sweaters Fer Southern Wear New and the Northern Summer Smart new models nnd color ings jU Silk S w e a ters that women will cheese as seen as they sce ,them. Many will be packed in southbound trunks, for the Sill: Sweater is an impor tant part of a woman's sports ap parel. Plain weaves and novel weaves in becoming smart Tuxedo style $U5.00 te $45.00. Sleeveless Slip-ever Sweat ers ?25.00. Slip - ever Sweaters with round neck nnd long sleeves $28.50. btrawbrlilKe t- Clothier Aisle 0, Market Street ft ' 'I'M ill. I My ILWjO---iai hT W We Wonderfully Geed Values in Misses' New Silk Dresses $25.00 te $35.00 n "nV'mnnid brY, tnfTctn' wth draped or basque waist, full fw' rirna!ed' T.'m a,nd be"fft sides. Lew-waistcd Canten Ucpe Dresses, with black or fancy colored braid. Beaded Crepe de inline Dresses with sidc-drapcd s'cirts. Sizes 14 te 18 years. The model sketched, $29.50. Girls' New Regulation Wash Dresses $3.75 te .$6.00 Straight - line, side - plaited, belted Dresses of white jean, with all white or blue cellar and cuffs. Urewn-and-white or blue-nnd-white striped regulation Dresses with colored cellars. All blue Palmer Cotten Dresses and two-piece regulation Dresses with jean blouse or plaited skirt. Sizes 0 te 12 years. Misses' New Weel Jersey Dresses $13.50 and $15.00 Straight-line Belted Dresses with white cellar, cuffs and vestec. Slip-en Blouse Dresses with chenille trimming. Twe-piece Dresses, one style showing the new short bell sleeve, the ether with new shirred waistline and embroidered linen fnllnt nnd ruffs. Si?(w I.J f IS ......- Misses; Fine Winter Suits Reduced Our entire remaining stock of fine Suits; chiefly one of a kind, including severely tailored Suits, fur-eellar and fur-trimmed Suits. Velour, duvet de laine and novelty suitings. Sizes 14 te 18 years. New $45.00 te $75.00. Girls' Scheel Dresses Reduced Serge Dresses, in belted and straight-line styles, braided nnd embroidered, and twe-piece Jersey Dresses, made with plaited skirt en lawn body. Sizes-6 te 12 years. New $3.95 te $10.00. - Straw lirllju' & Clothier Second Heur. Market Street One Hundred Women's New Cleth Dresses Special $20 Serge, Peiret twill and duvet dc laine, some with surplice bedice and eucular skirc, , some in straight-line styles with panel skirt the latter model sketched. In black nnd navy blue $20.00. Canten Crepe Dresses Special at $25.00 Leng - waistcd model v ith wide girdle with sash ends; the skirt has inverted plaits inlaid with braid, and th bodice has a white lace ci1cj. Ihcie are exception ally fine Dresses in fact, this is a re-enkr of a model from euv regular hteck vhich sold rendily at a much higher price. Weel Jersey Dresses Special at $15.00 These are among the met fashionable Frecks ferspring, and the most dependable for much wear. Smart tailored tunic and panel model-, in black, navy, rust and brown, trimmed with braid' or embroidery. e -Mtrnbr lie Clothier ? 001 J I 1H flflfilj MB Hr, Ma'L-t vt cet Tailored Blouses Of Voile and Dimity In the Sale, $1.50 There's something se cr:j,p and neat about these Blouses that they hae cinight the fancy of young girls and their mothers alike. TIIESli SMART MODKLS AT JANU ARY SALH SAVINGS Plaid Voile Blouses $1.50 Vc t models with filet lace edge en tl e leir; roll cellar an 1 H.eum'S with saucy Peter Pan cellars edge'l with plaiting. Dimity Blouses, SI. 30 With Tu:;ede, roll or Peter Pan cellai". Seme trinnre 1 with tucks, ethers with plaiting. Tailored Dimity Blouses New $2.00 and .$2.25 - i jKbMitrr i. f'lethi i .Hii cmi riuui. l in ., The Sale of Women's Coats Yeu will find geed values here up te the la3t day of the Sale. Our purchases wero se extensive and se varied, that even after weeks of active selling, the re-classified groups are wonderfully satisfying, and in the re-grouping process many of the garments ha ve been still further reduced: Weel Velour Ceals with Beaverctte Cellar new $20.00 High-grade Plain-tailored Cleth Coats new $25.00 Overcoats of Heavy Plaid-back Cloaking new $27.50 Fine Coats with Natural Opossum Cellar new $37 50 High-grade Coats with Fringe Scarf Cellar new $40.00 Belivia Coats with Opossum Cellar and Cuffs new $50.00 High-grade Coats Trimmed with Taupe-dyed Wolf $60 Odd Lets of Fine Coats some wrap effects new $75.00 B-- Btrawbrldce t. Clothier SecenU Fleer. Centr Corsets Greatly Reduced Medels for Women of all Types of Figures and for Yeung Girls Mine. Lyra Corsets "Way Under Price $6.35 Fer women cf average figure. A model with low bust, long hips and substantial boning. A rare value at $6.35. Waistrline Girdles Werth Deuble $1.50 Girdles, beginning at the waist-line, that by the clever ad justment of hose supporters held the hips firmly. Pink Satin Corsets Unusual Value $3.50 Misses rmi slender women will bs delighted with there beautiful Corsets With elastic top, medium leirr hips and light boning. Fer Misses Pansy Brassiere-Girdk'ssi.50 Seft nnd pliable, but with just the support .slender figures re quire. A notable value at Sl.fiO. W. B. Stout Figure Corsets, Half Price S2.50 - Straw brlilt-e L I l..thier-Tti rO Iloei. Jlailv-t Stie, t. et 'Londen Smoke' A Popular Shade in Wickham Hats 53e75 These Kngli.-h-loelanT "Wickham" hats have juat armed in the new Spiiug shapes and shades. "Londen Sniehf" N a shade you'll piebably like. Other shades are sand, .al brown, gray add peail. Uery Hat 3mart ly lined the utmost Hat alue at $:!.'..'. St . i.rcl,, I. i ,.',! r- V, un,l tr.oer Strawbridge & Clothier MARKET STREET EIGHTH STREET FILUEKT STREET "Phonograph Records ' Our Entire Stock of a Certain Xatienallu Known Make Half Price Every possible ariety of mtiftie repi escnte I -e i e r a, symphony, dance und popular vocal Records half i.rlcc. 43c 50c 63c 75c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 Nearly all arcideuble-fA?ecJ, BtriwtrlilK. f (,,li,tt?l!wjf ylff . f J J. : tfc''lnf1te &tfk''-r.V '-' 'WrV j f KbJiiyXtJC 1, , , W.VO,,, C 1UR J ,. a :&?: WK nUxK-Kih t- . hU.'i . , I- f T - ..... 4'