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Declares Mfttur It Fiindmn
tally, Unfair te bWlbJad '
Service Men ,
VETERANS TO WAR ON HIM
" The rcnwin wbr Senater Gcente
v, ' Whirten IVppr wIllvetr-'fiRnlnst the
BeWljSrs' Unmix Bill tire given by lilin
Itti in the lolloping Binicmenr. insuni ni
H Wellington . j ', ,
"I lmvrdcciileil te vote nijnitintr the
benu?.- In re' tlecMInc I nin influenced
bfthice o6nMdratlen. T think the
L pending measure in unjust te disabled
rJJ Mrvict'jnen, unfair te service men ,who
if i W net uuwDicp iinu uiijuriinuuje uv
K. ...... It unatea nnhllr mnnff.
K. "Anv measure U fundamentally un
just te the disable! man which glvea
te him no mere then the allowance
"nude te his unharmed and vigorous
comrade. There in Mwiethlns; wrong in
A scheme which withholds money from
the mnn who need it in order te give It
hs man -tohe'rnn de without it. I
pi am' ready te vote millions ferthc dls
t .m..i cnlitlrr. lint net one cent for
Hia man whose earning capacity is un-
k .,ltl.. T . that I1,A tnAftall, iu 11, !
yt IIL-II enj wui. in ...... .w, .......
" . . ,1 lifimMHr1 t.lll MSN I HMI
Jlir l l"t) llllllllim.ii ri-.t3 innii mi
weighing my words carefully. It Is un
fair te any healthy nnd self-respecting
"1 .Tenne 4merirnn ie maKe u. nnsy nnu
penulnr jer mm te (ie pemrtning wmen
will in the end tend te diminish his
, self .respect.
"I am aware of nil that cap1 be snld
about lest chances te, earn wartime
wages at home and lest 'opportunities
te make wartime profits. This line of
argnment Is net convincing.
r "Wartlme wages enabled people te
pay wartime prices, but verr few of
these who received high wages linv any
thing te show for it new, JVnrtlme
preflts were made by thote who had
capital te invest'; and it is manifestly
tinrcnjonable te pay an arbitrary lump
sum of money te a man in 1022 en the
theory that he .might have gene into
business and might have mnde-n hand-
t some profit in 3018.
Sees Training as Priceless
"Moreover, the thing that service
men gamed trem tncir training is a
thing altogether priceless. If they will
capitalize the energy, the spirit of
discipline and that courage in the face
of obstacles which was the glory of
the American army, they will net need
a public collection tnken un for their
benefit nd will net consent te accept
it If it is-taken.
"Nobody would advocate n bonus
Ssyabie te n man en commencement
, ay te compensate him for the money
no nugnt nave earned it he liatl net
been getting his training.
"This measure proposes a waste of
public money. In n sense It is .a waste
I te mane n wnniiy inadequate allowance
te a disabled mnn for whose entire
care the Natien is responsible, but the
great and serious waste is that which
is Involved In depleting a treasury
which Is near the point of exhaustion
N for the snke of handing menev ever te
people who will be hurt rnthcr thau
helped by what they receive.
Veterans te Hit Back
"One way pf testing the vlcieusnes's
of this .legislation will be te take note of
' hew quickly the recipients of i Fed
eral bonus will come buck for mere. I
believe that the enactment of this meas
ure will prove te be the foundation for
nn enormous superstructure, nllk" bur
densome te the tnxpner and discredita
ble te American manhood.
"I. for one, noted with profound re
gret that virtually simultaneous adop
tion by the American Legien of n pelicv
favorable te this legislation nnd of K
resolution condemning in scathing terms
the suggestion that the motives of our
fighting men were ether flinn disinter
ested and noble. If nn injiibtlce was
done te our bes when thus their motives
were impugned, I am forced te conclude
that the injustice which Is being done
by them today Is one which they them
selves arc inflicting."
Ex-soldiers who arc fighting for the
bonus, It is dec'ared, will unite ngainl
the candidacy of Senater Pepper for the
nomination for n full term because of his
opposition te the bonus, measure.
EATS A 12-POUND TURKEY
Then 53 Oyatera, 12 Eggs, 2 Pounds
of Perk Chops Will Recover
William Lee. 1S07 Christian strec'.
' Ji'eved blmeclf a chnmplen eater, but in
proving it get fe sick that medical aid
Making n wager with several of hib
.mends, Lee staitcd off with a twelve
pound stuffed turkey. Thcu he fol
lowed with fifty-three prime oysters,
two pounds of perk i hops, twelve eggs,
two slices of ham, n large order of
peef stew, twelve ups of coffee, 'three
ieses of bread and six bottles of soda
Instead of going home te supper, na
l. announced ns his intention, a
Jjurry-up call went out te neighborhood
doctors. The patient In doing well
today nnd may be able te cat again in
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CHARLES WILLIAM 8MITII
' Who started agitation te save the
Betsy nesa Heuse," will cele
brate his seventy ninth 'birthday
SAVED HISTORIC SPOT
Charles W. Smith, 8avelr of Betsy
Ress Heuse, la 79
Charles William Smith, known as
"the man who saved the Uejsy Ress
house," will celebrate Ills sccnty-nlnth
birthday tomorrow. Mr. Smith is a re
tired oenl operator nnd lives at the
rracy Hetel. Thirty-sixth street above
Chestnut. He Is n member of the Union
League, the Sens of the Revolution, the
Masonic Order nnd numerous ether or er or
ganisateons. In 1802 he beard thnt the Itctv Rem
house, at 2.S0 Arch strcW. was te be
tern down te make roemfor a factory.
He visited the house nnd found that It
was being used a8 a saloon nnd cigar
store and had been for vitrn. Hn ntvnk.
5i1Cm J.h? i,nt,'r'",f of patriotic women iu
I'hilrfdelphln nnd the house was saved
and is new one of the Interesting shrines
of Kcvolulienavy history in Phlladel-
PaMnent for the l.nutin ..in inmiA
through the purchase of certificates nt
ten cents each by 1,040.270 pcrsenw.
"'" iiuiM uiuue uie nrst Aincrirnn
tlnjr. H)lQ Was a hlivlnesu umnnii nml
a working woman as well as n patriot,
as she made flags for the United Stntcs
Government fer-thlrty years
EASTERN DELAWARE CO. IN
MOVE TO WIN -HOSPITAL
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Physicians and Residents Organize
te Further Community Project
Physicians nnd reldciii of the eat eat
ein rectien of Delaware Count v Imve
formed nn organization in put force be
wild the meeinent for-n cnmmunitv
PRImlAN tft IN
ARM Y, MAJOR SAYS
Favoritism and" Inefficiency
Rule, Alleges Officer, Him
self Under Charges
1 some time
hospital In thnt tir!ter.v.
The ureject was Mnrti'i
age, and in order te nlve support the
doctors have eignnlred under the
nuiplces of (he Committee te Investi
gate Urn Nerd of Oimmiiultv IIes'ltnN
of tlie Pennejhan'n Medical Asocln Asecln Asocln
lien. .The phj-iclans will meet icprceiitn
tlves from nil (lie orgniiiyatlens In the
territory nnd etlur persen't Intercited
in the hospital nbeut the first of next
A ;te has been selected wliicn will
he urged by tlu medical', men, becaue
It !s easily accessible by lbnd or by rail,
and Js the "tiue center"! of llie'leni llie'leni
tery. 'they vnv. nltheich net the gee
graphical enter. t
The boundaries of thl-' proiie'.ed site
nrc eictern county' line. Including
Cnrdlngtin, IVrinvend. Kat Luns Luns
dewnc, Vendon. Aldan, Lniiwlewnc.
Cliften Heights, and nxtcnditis ns far
as the Ilaltlmerp pike at Swarthmere.
then across- te the West'Cnestcr pike,
te Vewtewn S(iinrp nnd across te Seuth
Ardmore, taking In ltroekllne, Hcech Hcech Hcech
woed and Pnheld.
Washington, . Feb. 0. Majer Mai
mint Wheeler-Nichelson,, of the' Thirl
TJnltd State's Cavalry," who 'rleke.l
ceurt-mnrtlnl for insubordination in go
ing ever the hendH of his superiors te
icnd n letter direct te President Hnrd
in?, illeging Hint Prussianlsm." fa
voritism and ineffieitnev ruled In the
treatment of junior officers In' the
army, said last n'cht he had .made the
ihaigCK rejirdletts of consequences te
himself for, the "geed of the service."
TiiO officer, being (rented at Walter
Reed Army General Hospital for nn In
jury" te bio enr caused fy tbe mistake
of a gurfrd who shot him when he
fceught te enter for sleep the home of
n fellow officer nt Cnmp Dlx who wai
nbscm, when Informed that the Inti
mation had been inniln thnt Ills letter
te the President might lie an nttcmnt te
iliidc his own "precarious Ht.itus, he
...i.H ".. eiii,i-,i ivr ,mnn it iinu tun
nilssnl for nlleeed Inefficiency, a'ndhnv
ing been ordered before n ceurt-ranrtlal
at Cnmp Dlx for alleged nbsence with
out .'cave und alleged dlsobcdience of
mdeis, snld :
"I have no desire te rale any smoke
screen mound my own record nnd treat
ment In the nrmj. 1 cetitt the fullest
and fairest Investigation of the nllcgn
liens contained In my letter te tli.i
President. The nllcgnlieus can be proven
In my own case. This Is net a personal
matter, but much hrnmler. It runs Ie
I the crj heart of thins in the army."
lie gave the names of several
Senators, nnd aba named senior env
icrs whom h legnriled as standing In
the way of justice iu his own case. One
of these was Hrlgndler (iinernl Fred W.
Muden.'cf Knrfc Sheridan. III., who hair
jtt lucn chosen te succeed General f.
Ueuglna.MacArthur ai suicrlntcndent
nt West Point, nnd who wns commander
cf the First Rrlside at Ceblcnr. whei
Majer Whtelcr-Nicholsen was serving
Majer Whceler-NlcholRen'a letter te
the President fellows In part:
"The nrmy Is stifferliig from a reign
of Prussianlsm. The better type of of
ficers nrc lenlng the service. Pretest
nnd criticism are punished by every
lenecivnble form of injustice and il
legality. .Tiinieis arc openly perse
nited. Seniors arc net only protected Iu
wrongdoing, but arc rewarded for op
pressing thir juniors. The Prussian
tjpe of efiircr is nssured et advance;
the liberal-minded officer Is slichted.
Anglo-Saxen ideals of justice nnd fair
play are being rapidly replaced by tra
ditions foreign te the Amcilcnn- Na Na
teon. .Tu'tlce Is net only pen cried
nnd denied, Lut the Inws arc openly
"A critnblc reign of terror exists
among the junior officers of the nrmy
teda. This is caused by' the unhin
dered power of the clique te have any
r.ffi(crs discharged from the service by
operation of what Is known ns the
Class H law. The (scandals already per
petrated by the abuses of this law will
shock the country when thev nie ex
posed, ns they inevitnblv will be. Of
ficers dare net pretest against the many
wrongs perpetrated by this clique for
fear of Immediate discharge fiem the
army by the nrbitrary use of this law.
Unless amended, It will Inevitably sue.
cced In driving every liberal-minded nnd
pregrcssle officer from the nrmy. It
will lcne only the reactionary elements.
A future war will then be followed by
nn aftermath of scandal und investi
gations weisc thnn the last war."
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the glorious, out-of-deer Land of the
Sky. Real Southern hospitality, home
' like informality, perfect service, concert
trated comfort : in an atmosphere ef .
refinement and taste. An "all the year"
resort for pleasure and sport exclusively.
Horseback riding. Finest of meter reads.
Thrbugh Bleeping Car Servlie Baity
Perfect Gelf in a Perfect Climate
Aihcrillc Country Club etett te Albemarle Park
ALBERT H. MALONf , Muuscr
The Sheltering Oak
reKT t.ALUEnnAT.K. rl..
Ne Ceal BiUs te Pay
. It Is Olerlans Hnminsrllm In
Scnrt fnr llliistmtrd RnnklH
SECY. CHAMMKB OK COMMKRCK
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ON LAKE JACKSON, SEDRING, FLA.
SO CHATEAU FRONTRNAC. QUKUKO
If you lett red Winter Spert?
' Morethanathird'ef a century age, a" few humble grocery stores were
opened in Philadelphia by grocers with,-a vision They set out, net te see hew.
much they could charge, but te give their customers the vci'y best values
possible. ') .
That acorn, watered by the rain of public approval, has since grown
into the mighty oak of today, the present American Stores Company, with its
sheltering branches extending ever, th'e' four States of Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Delaware and, Maryland, where our hundreds upon hundreds of Grocery
Stores and Meat Markets are located. , ,
What would greceritM be costing today were it net for the Asce Stores?
Best Soup Beans
What In mere nourishing and enjoyable these wintry days than a Reed het
howl of. Bean Soup or some hemt'-bnked bcatfH?
Frem Pier 3, Se. Delaware? Ave.
w ERICSSON LINE
Fer Baltimore and the Seuth
rreUht received dully,
until further notice.
Ke pifienter serrire
The Far East
The Orient appeals irresistibly te levers
of colorful travel the fascinating costumes,
strange home customs and inscrutable char
acter of the Mikade's people; the wondrous
beauty of their Plum and Cherry Blessem
times; the odd mysticism of Korea the Hermit Empire; the
weird, inexplicable ways still in vogue in age-old China.
Our Spring Tours tailing from the Pacific Coast February 21st and
March 4th will cover Honolulu, Japan, thejPhlllpplnes, Seuth China,
North China and Korea ; tailing March 25th, a special tour of Japan only.
LlterMture and full Information fen Request
Other current program Include
llKRUUDA WKST INDIES CALIFORNIA VL'ItOI'i:
including ODERAMMEROAU FASHION PLAY
THOS. COOK & SON
225 Seuth Bread St. (below Walnut St.), Philadelphia
Telephone Walnut 0300 and 2623
drys towerk; inceg
Hereafter Names of 'New Agents
Will Be Kept 8ecret
Warrington, l-'cb. u. (Hv A. 1.)
Prohibition ncmi-. vill 'operate under
cover under n new policy announced
ledn.v at prohibition headquarters.
Announcement, of the nppelntmentfi of
Federal prohibition nccnts In the dif
ferent States has been ordered htepprd
by Commissioner Ilajnew. it; was wild,
as a reiiilt of (emplalnjs by Federal
prohibition diiecters thnt the announec anneunec
ment of the appointments of their agents
Imndicappcil enforcement, work. With
the alignment of new nscntH te duty
without publicity, It was 'explained they
would be able te work werctly in their
New Night Train te Shere
Announcement has been mnde by the
IVnusj ivania unurenu mat it win mill n
new flier te Its regular schedule between
Atlantic City nnd Bread Street Station,
startlnc 'February 22. The exprei-s will
lcave Philadelphia nt ll:2."i l. M.,
and will make the run In eighty mln mln
utee the fastest train en that route.
The speediest trnlim ever the brldce
Teute new require from eighty-six te
ATIANTIfl CITY. V .1
ATLANTIC CITY, N,
Virginia e. near Jltach. Huna'.nj watert
Amer. plan. per uy up.
,am i.uiig. uwner. ry.
J. CQLT.1NB. Mir.
Chelsea Av. & UenrduHlk: all modem ap ap
pelntinenu; $4 rer day up. $'-'. per week up.
Including mi-ale. ISAAC Hu Hit.
Alvaya open, always readv; termi meilr,n
Write or phone. M. WALSH DUNCAN.
Hetel Etoseebel Kentucky Av. nr.'beach
riQlCl OOKOOei Kxcfllent table Med.
ratee. Am. K K. plnn. Ph. 117. A.K. MARION
MARKET STREET BEEF CO.-,
FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
flsllSTJaved ''' prie" ' ' '" hemirWei who knew the value of a
Finett Half Smokes in the City, 10c a lb.
Lein Perk, for Sourkreut or for Reasting1
Finest, Meaty Spare Ribs, city dressed
Nice Lean & Fresh Ground Hamburg Steak
Fresh Country Sausage, Link or Straight
Modern In Construction and Ope'mtlen
1!50 Rulua Mltb Hath fireproof
Accommodation for 100
Concert by BrltUh Regimental Rnnd
Booklet Cable. Addresa "Hetel Bermuda"
Management of .1. A. frherrard
AIe Hetel I'reetiin. Reueli lllulT, Max.
Reached hv the ocean-(telnsr ateamera ut the
Reval Mall R. r. Company and the Kuinesa
Under Contract with Bermuda Government
SPECIAL EASTER TRIP Y V. JMEtfFSSS'Z
Fastest Steamers en the Bermuda Reute
The palatial steamers of the Furneti Bermuda Line land their pat
lengers and baggage directly at Hamilton Deck, avoiding the dit com cem com
ferU, inconveniences and delay of landing by tender. Theie
steamers uie oil fuel.
Sailings Twice Weekly
Frent i N. V. Kierr Wed. Hnt. Frem llrrmiids Kerj Turn. A (ul.
Ticket flood en hither Steamer Offering I nfiu..lrd Kxprea Senlr vln
S. S. "FORT VICTORIA" and S. S. "FORT HAMILTON"
'i'ln-.Srrew, U.OOO Tenn niplac.mpnt. Tuln Srreu, ll.ndi) Tun Ileil.u citicut
BERMUDA OFFERS ALL OUTDOOR SPORTS
InrliMllmr Oolf. Tennl, Sailing. Ilnlhlnir. lulling. Riding. UrIOng. Klc.
Uermuda Open Tennis rhmnlen(ilii March fl. Open Amnteur-llelf il,
Ne faaanena-Manr Modern lletU. Mrlte for TttrnctlJe "nclu.lVe rnlr.
JURNESS BERMUDA LINE ai uhitehmi street NEW YORK
I'urneew Wltlir A Ce.. Ltd.. Bourne llldg-.. or nn? TeurUl Agent
ue Luxe Cruise of 23 Days via New Twin-Screw
S. S. "FORT ST. GEORGE" 14,000 Tens Displacement
Sailing Frem New Yerk March 4
Ideal Vacations Among Enchanted Histerie Islands
aW c::iix . '. jm';t s,,,,d,rcii,encAun(,.,,ng,unM ,w"s?ni:-
i luxury nnd
There is health in every crumb of Victer
Bread, because it s made of pure ingredients
and baked properly and thoroughly, under
strict, sanitary supervision in our three
immense sunshine bakeries.
A Pan e
Vid or Raisin Bread leaf
With big fat raisins.
Leuclln Butter is se unusually geed, it is
hard te find its equal. Taste it, and we knew
you'll echo our sentiments. It's exquisite!
Richland Butter "42c
Pure Creamery prints.
Strencly marTt brooms of the bast broom enr 1
Lchcayyr broeiis because they last lencer.
Regular 45c Breems Cut te 39c
Regular 60c Breems Cut te 54c
Regular 70c Breems Cut te 60c
. Will wear like iron. Mere economical than
Millions and Millions
of pounds of Vce Coffee are sold yearly.
That should mcran something te the woman
looking fpr qualitV coffee. She'll be delighted
te find it? price ii erily 25c per lb.
"You'll taste the kffcreneel"
"LINE ;M Hawaiian Pineapple
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In the Far, Off Orient
the tea pickers carefully i-clcct the choicest
leaves from the tea plant for our lic
dclcctable blends. Your favorite is among
V2 lb pkg, 23c; lb pkg, 45c
Orange Pekoe India Ceylon
Old Country style
Plain Slack Mixed
IVCemriarp Asce Teas with ethers routine from
te ;mr pri id uur teas lime tnc iuullty.
Nice juicy Slfces that fairlv nmlt Inlvmir month. Hvprvone
u-njuya a. incc aisn i aiircci 1'incapnle for dessert.
coeUetl. Just hrat
Already roeked with polatee
and nn i pi v tnftv
iV. B.C. Cake Othelle Cakes
A dainty new cukn thnt. vnu will ia-n !mmAn.Ai.i t. n
and round, itli a naishmnllew top mid covered all ever with a
delicious light bieun chocolate. M-m-m!
Snaparoens Ib 20c
SlI-hOY J7rrre G?,,cl St"al Ef?ps can r'Khtly be called "supe-
fcJUJCJ-JL-fi50 CM?" fe1, they arc selected for their size and
---r." " - w lit nju- iii.aL;
S'n?,'v 5 St. Geerge" Ideal Oil Burning Crui.ing St
.................. ,,, j, "iiiri n'l nn- iMiure rruiitp am) uffcrH pw
... ,.., .., 111. in iu.uu, including R roemn with
iiipxi'iinn i-vjiiiiisi iur nils 1 riiisp.
FURNESS BERMUDA LINE . WJT NEW wir
Mil.. Ilnurne llliltr.. or mil TeurUt r..,.
I'tirneNN Withy & Ce.,
Nice Lean. Equally Smoked, Boneless Bacen . .
Nice Lean Saun n Swii Reef ' a. Iha
llir. Mr "m eyn tT SSSS an1 " mww
N'ce Lean Sugar Cured, Smoked Picnic Shoulders, 15c lb
Reit Sirloin, Rump or Round Steaks, All Well Trimmed O Ac lb.
"jc lean Perk Chens. Riht Off the Middle Cut of the Lein&U
gf t Selected fcggs. One De. te a C
fwett Creamery Butter in iA .lb. P,;,
Carten.. 35c dez.
ints. 40c lb.
Wea liav .. ..:U& .-wl-.J ri W..1
- p.tc uub tiaiigjiii -veil tyeiu ui vku ur nui
Argarine and we are going te sell it at carload prices,
'bi, for 50c.
BTery round er Thli Slarsarln I Guaranteed te no Sstltfotlery or
"mm. Venr Uam. flneb.
w I frJatr auS&iS
The world's finest climate
and your favorite sport net
three daya from New Yerk..
Gelf, Tennis, Fishing, Bath
ing, Sailing. 20 square miles
of tropic beauty in this near
by British Colony. Splendid
Hotels. Ge te Nassau and
you will Teturn fit, rested
TRIP FEB. II 24
2 Holidays, 2 Saturdays,
2 Sundays 'minimum
time sway front office.
Over a week at Nausu.
New S. S.' Munsrge, oil
burner, finest steamer in
the Southern trade. Sails
On Tropic Seas te
i 1 aa r m '
Strictly Fresh Eggs Aex
rrr 1 nc guaranteed
-m went Ilnil I, r!i ni.a H OlromarKanne
kf III I I -f V hiMI' .11 sl 1, ,, I ,u ,,, ,,,0
Aecn Farina . pUg 10c
Calif. Seedless Raisins pkc 20c
SuniKeet Prunes . .lb 12c, 17c
Asce Cream Mlntu Ib 2Sc
Asce Bread Crumbs . pit 10c
Tender Teas . can 12Uc
Asce Cerpa . J, b can 15c
Asce Buckvtheat . .pkg 10c
Asce Syrup . ..can 0l
A-cn lomate Catsup, hie. het 15r
awx Mackerel, each 5c, 7c, IBc
Ae Maine Cern can ISc
rr?0'' rlll"? blu Can 2Sc
?,1ldJSwl rle.u' 5 " W:.""":
Mixed eset.ihles 3 cans 10c
Colburn 3 Mustard ran "0c
Swrrt s .uar Cern can lOr
Asce bones CM1 S(:
mat y ,
THERE is no lovelier &pet for a winter
holiday than this "Island of Enchant
ment." A climate soft as June ; cities and
harbors vivid with the glamour of Old
World life; mess-grown fortresses;
graceful Moorish architecture.
16-DAY CRUISE $
JUST the right amount of shorcReliiK te lend in.
tercst te the r-ntlre 01 nlse. Yeu innKr- the trip en '
- .v,vv-uu ci.iiiiM, uiiruini iv iipf tnuci and
luxuriously fitted for hpiUce In the trepica. Will"
Llielcn of neoeminodatloiiB raiiBlni; fiem comfort",
able Btateroems nt nilniiiiuin rale.s 10 unites with
lulyute hath. Steamer Is jour hotel for entile trip
and rtttri cecr all ncceiisary expenses te .uid
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PORTO RICO LINE
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Fresh Smoked Bloaters "'c" l.c
Neva Scotia Herring. tntyre.f 2CV.
Asce Perk and Beans . . . . can He
Sweetheart Toilet Seap 6 cfer25ci
Best Cern Meal. . .- l 21 n
Ralston Breakfast Feed 22c
Asce Macaroni .
Asce Spaghetti ?ksr
Asce Sliced Bacen 15c
Asce Jelly Powder ,vkx 9C
Geld Seal Oats 8c
Specials for Tuesday Only
IN ALL OUR 203 SANIT.KRY MEAT MARKETS
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All Cuts Sirloin i?tea)ks ". 3Qc
lb. IQ Hamburg
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