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MARRV TODAY IN FLORIDA
Hearing Today in Mayer's Re
ceptlen Roem te Clese '
Fair Controversy ,
BOULEVARD FINDS FAVOR
Advocates of the Heg Island site
for tlic Sesqul-Ccntennlal Exposition
will present their nrguhicnts tedny be
fore tlic Mayer nnd the Executive Com
mittee of the Exposition Association.
This will be the final licnrlng en the
proposed sites. The southwest l'hila
delphlnns linvc n Hit or speakers' mid
t well-defined system of procedure.
When they have presented their plan
opportunity will be fclvcii the pro pre pro
penbnts of ether sites te refute the crit
icisms that have been made.
When the final speech lins been made
before the Executive. Committee tlmt
body will confer with the railroad hcnih
te determine wlJcli of the sites would
be best from the standpoint of railroad
facilities.
After that u visit will be made by
members of the committee te each of
tnc proposed sites. Today's meeting In
the Mayer's reception room will begin
at 2:30 o'clock.
The Importance of transpottatleu. fa
cilities, especially meter vehicle traffic,
nas stressed by Kern Dedge, a consult
ing engineer, Inst uightNin nn nddresi
it the .Metropolitan Opera Heuse.
He favored establishing the fair site
en the Hoescvelt boulevard above Cott Cett
ninri street and taking in n part of
Pennypnck Park, with its creek. Tii
yieaklng before the Nerthcnst Scsqul
Centctinlnl Association he said :
"We have borne in mind certain gen
ual factors nml our suggestions nic
made with sutUelent flexibility te cover
u comparatively wide range of require
ments, as, for instance, the actual urea
irquircd for the exposition, which
llgure it is net possible at this time
definitely te determine.
Provides Ample Spate
"The plan we have suggested, how
ever, without altering the basic prin
ciples involved, can be contracted or ex
panded sufficiently te harmonize with
my conceivable requirement. Wc have,
for example, assumed nn nrca of one
thousand acres. This ceuM be de
creased te, say. three hundred, wlilnli
neuld be less than- the minimum re- i
ciulremcnt, and increased te two thou-1
mml acres, which would likely be
gicatcr than the maximum requirement.
"It is a property that ran be quickly
(lid econemicaly obtained without dc- i
lilt tn imtnnl n....... .m. ....... .. !
..... ..vhuut uiiiuiuiiuL'iiiL'iic et con
struction work, and its location is such
that it can bu reached by mil, traction
lines and by meter chlcle routes from
the north, cast, south and wet, with
out requiring this flew of traffic through
tliv heart of the city.
"If this affair- is te be held, the bread
nnd underlying thought must be that it
is te be a success, and te be a success
lertnln fundamental things must be
done correctly. A small, surpassingly
tenutlftil exposition would nppcal te
possibly 5 per cent of the people,
whereas Ve per cent would judge the
iwcccss or failure by the single stand
ard of magnitude. If tills exposition is
net larger than these held heretofore,
it will net in the eyes of the majority
be a success, and we must remember
that it Is the 95 per cent that jvill make
the fair a success rather tlmu the 5 per
cent.
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SAYS RAIL RATES
HAMPER BUSINESS
Hardware Association Is 'Told
U. 8. Should Reimburse Reads
te 'Permit Reduction
MISS ALICE EWING-
1710 Chtiteut Strcat a , v
hi en .! for a client ft eolltfen of ln"
jnf of Frnch and Knitllih etheIrl br
I HEDLEYFnrON-
I '1 re cartfiltly lctd rtlt. proof;,
lnd cn b told prtely or a a rolltctlen.
ira
"LADIES' DAY" IS OBSERVED
BRia.
GENL.
tX?UQLAS
MacAETHUR
Dcinefnt&'
13 FAMILIES FLEE ! MRS. BROOKS WEDS
J500P BLAZEl IN FLORIDA IODAY
Ritter Can Ce. Fire Spreads te i Daughter of Mrs. Stotesbury te
High x freight rated are one of the
greatest obstacles' te resumption of busi
ness actlvityy' according te Daniel Itine
hnrt, president of tlie.IVnnsflvmiiii nnd
Atlantic Seaboard Ilatlwnre Associa
tion, new holding its twenty-first an
nual convention nnd exhibition, Ses
sions are being iliclrl In the Commercial
Museum, Thirty-fourth nand Spruce
streets.
"The Government," according te Mr.
Rinchnrt," should .hasten payment, te
the railroads of -money due them, thus
enabling tbcm te reduce their freight
rates,, nnd also go into the market for
mnterlnln "
The convention enencd fermnllr Inst '
night with n meeting in the ballroom of '
the Itcllcvuc-Stratferd. It will close
with n banquet in the Iicllcvuc-Strat-ferd
Friday evening. ,
The exhibition, called the ereatest
show of its kind in the United States,
with exhibits sent by 1000 manufac
turers, is of special interest te women,
for it shows every labor-saving device
which makes life plcasantcr for the
housewife.
Philadelphia was selected as the con
vention city this year through the ef
forts of the Philadelphia Retail Ilatd Ilatd
wnre Association.
Today's events begnn with l castration I
of delcsntes nml the business session.
Sharen K. Jene-t, secretary, nnd
Charles W. Scarborough, trccMitc?,
picfented their yenrly reports. 'Hierii
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V.l". Jill HUU1C79, JUli: WUHUI", IJ
Rivers Petersen, editor tf the National
Hardware Bulletin.
There will be an entertainment by the
Philadelphia Association nt 8 o'clock
this evening. Tlicre will be u parade In I
Exhibition Ilnll te be followed bv an i'ii
tertalumcnt in Convention Ilnll,
We -heard of
"one buyer
of photo
engravings' fee hard te
please that he was
called a "nut.V -We're
doing all hiswerk riew.
The Chestnut jfniecT
tNCRnnNC Cejni
702 Chestnut J?meet
Pc
R(dPS!
Diamond Wrist Watches
Jeweled Pendant Watches
A If Diamonds
Sapphires and Diamonds
Oijyjc and Dlamenifs
Th d&sten and workmanship enlr
obtainable horn this Establishment
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Closing- Heur
What de you de with cash received after
banking hours? It shouldn't be left In
your cafe.
i:ven If you nlrendy have satisfactory
banking connections, n separate account
carried with u will prove a. great con
venience. We Hre npnt from U A. M. te
REPUBLIC
T'RUST COMPANY
1429 CAestnut Street
HOURS 9AM-10PM
Snatch Weman's Purse m
Twe men snatched a purse from tliclg?
iiniwj nt Airs. iteDcrta .Hunger, or -l
C5reenwny avenue. Darby, Inst night,
while she was wultlng for n trolley nt
SIxty-Mevcnth street nnd (Jrays avenue.
The purse contained less than a dollar.
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Milk-Fed
Frying
Chickens
Adjoining Properties at
Ninth and Oxford
Be Bride of Brigadier Gen
eral Mac Arthur
TRAINS HALT; FIREMEN HURT
The destroyed the factory of the Itlt-'
ttcr Can nnd Specialty Company. 1517
N'erth Hutchinson street, cousins fl
les of SJOO.OOO, and spread te prop prep
titles ml joining, with nn additional less
of $100,000. The fire darted nt 7:1.
1'. M., and thlitcen families were seen
driven from their home.
Fer two hours nil traffic en the Phil-
CEREMONY AT EL MIRASOL
The fn((-rct of Philadelphia and
Washington society Is centered in the
marriage of Mrs. Louise Cromwell
Brooks, daughter of Mrs. K. T. Stotes
bury, te Brigadier General Douglas
MacAitliur, one of the most brilliant
officers in tin army, which will take
place this afternoon at Kl Mlrnsel, the
Stotesbury estate at Palm Ileneh.
airs. IlroeRK. who is n datichter of
Question of Parking Autes
"It U feasible te park only KM nuto-mebllo-
an acre, nnd space for IM.OOO
should be provided nt thu exposition.
This means that a total of nt least 130
Hires will be requited for this parking
pacc, and te give you an idem of what
this means it can be compared with
the original 'Cret plan' of the Parkwav
and lower Schuylkill, in which the total
area of exhibition provides for 10.
ncrcs. Xev it would be difficult te
iraagine hew u spate virtually equal
te that nren could be found 'in any
central part of the city for parking pur pur
peses. "Unless prevision is made for these
(ais, our siters wljl net be satisfied,
and the success of the exposition, en
cceunt of that one point alone, will
be seriously jeopardized.
"The advantage te the city in locat
ing tUc exposition as we have sug
gested would be the value of the per
manent enhancement In realty values,
net only in the vicinity of the fair prop
erty, but also in the Immense eutlving
and surrounding district. This would
be benefited, net enlv bv tin. imneinu
liven by the exposition ittelf, but also
by the permanent improvements in
traction lines which are new needed,
and extension of sewer und water sys
tems, which would be a proper and
logical development in that part of
Philadelphia County.
"The proposed site, although net en
the rher, is adjacent te the most desir
able section of river front for exhibi
tion purposes. In that thu water is
clean and is deep enough for al) but
the largest craft. It provides excellent
anchorage for yachts und power beats,
nd the river near ,the site is wide
enough net only te p'revlde all neces
snry anchorage, but. In addition, all the
'pace required for the landing of hydro hydre
Irplanes. "In addition, the nnrtlipnst .liUru.i
Is one-half hour neaier the largest city, ft stable it
Hiew lerk. than any of the central or streets, nim
ndclphin and Itcadini; Itailw.iv was Mis. StntnOmw i..- i,.. tuef l.,..! i
j halted by the tire. The Columbia nvc the late Oliver V'rninncll. nf Vnw Vnrl.-'
niie station Is less than 150 yards iwny. w-ns fuimeily the wife of "Walter B.
The chlei. loser, outside of the caiinliig1 Bi oeks. Jr.. of Baltlmeie, from whom
company, wa I-rank Scheblc & Ce.. i idle was dlvmeed In 1010. Sin'e then
hatter at Mntli and Oxford street", she 1ms llvc-d with her two bmull chil
Thelr factory igu ted from the intense dien in Washington, where her home
heat of the burnlnif buildings neniby. was the rendezvous for the lounger
Damage te the Bitter Cemnanv wns umrf .nt '
estimated by the president." William The iirmr m,.ni,i ,.t :-,..., ,.i irnA..
Annual Sale Wall Paper
Ktdnccd Prices Bfsln nt lOe tha Jlell
'the pretty, Inexpenshe kinds are Included
with tin beautiful Frmch papers by
Zuhcr & Cle and Dmfesse t Karth. Pat Is
A. L. DIAMENT & CO.
lS15-Wntntit HtrrH
nnd at Mtrafferd, r.
35
MaeDenald & Campbell
Reduction Sale ,
Men's Fine Suits
Offering only our own regular superior stocks,
at genuine reductions from regular moderate prices.
Medels and fabrics for conservative and ultra-stylish
men, and unmatchuble values.
$18.75
te
$48.75
Suits
Were
$25.00
te
$65.00
lb
Alterations at Cost
Overcoats
Conservative, Street Ulsters, Ulsters, Great
Coats and Fur-Cellar Ulsters.
At Proportionate Reductions
1334-1336 Chestnut Street
Te every m
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tn . ffi
ZO
itllS modest, inno
cent sum is all you need
. te buy a suit or over ever
coat that is geed
enough for any man
who judges clothes by
their quality net by
their price-marks.
TO BE exact, $55, $50,'
$45 and $40 suits and
overcoats are new be
ing closed out at one
uniform price
$
28
FINE FRAMING
EtchingsPrints
Water Celers Paintings
IHE ROSENBACH GALLERIES
mil Walndt 8trMt
. Tasty and appetizing.
Al all our Meat Markets
I si
t "iiinniinHtHiriammEutiiMiiKiiHLiiuEiriHiuiMuimriii?! iiim.i.EiiiiiiuiHiiiuitEiuiiiiiiifRfi!
thur 1ms Icen varticuliii'ly netnblc. lit
was born in 1.SjiO, the son of the Inte
(iL'iicrnlArtliurMurArtliur and n brother
of Mr.. Hewnid l-'erd llnnscll, of this
city. He wax pratlimtcd in 100I5 from
AVi-st P'jlnt at the head of his elas.
After serviep In the 1'lilllppinc.s nnd as
iu J.OUSCU. .or tne J'.igiitii mm military eb-ervci- in the ltusve-Jupn-1
'J,r"l! l'0.li''T"ti". w-i -w . ncse War, he became a member of the I
L1',';,; J' ' a"' V- 1,,U Keneral staff and acted as censer et the I
telr""' W,,,,C " ,US WOy . Wnr Apartment durlnir the .Mexican I
CATCHES THIEF IN ACT
AND OVERPOWERS HIM
Storekeeper Pins Intruder te Fleer
as Patrolman Arrives
, .inmes firundy, u Negro, had been! mil
Mtistied merely te help himself te cigars all north and southbound tratfie hup
ml candy in the htoie of Patrick Mc mUn by the lire. The lllack Diamond
i-nuiey iwenty-third and Pine .trepti, i:piess from Ituffaln was eiip of tin;
II. Hitter, te be SJ00.O00. The nir-
Krcgate less suffered byMhn ether prop
erty qwncis is said te lie $100,000.
It was net determined hew the lire
originated.
The first alaim uas turned in at
7 :LT o'clock by l.Ieuteunnt Kern nml
Sergeant Leusch. of the K'ightli iind
uxteru
notified
North
i" '- muuii uu. ,,iuir. mi'
uithln twenty minutes four mere, Vi ..n(. Jn"i',,' j ,, ,,
alarms were turned in. When the fire- ' "" . .n"1,,," ?n,Ci" ,n .,, VJr
men arrived they found the building i 1,1, K'h!. iLrV tn A f, t'nu,,,f th
bwept by the ilnmes. Twenty minutes "'i1"1' J" ', eJ r L,,"di PIvlsl0.n
after the firet alarm had been turned In ' L , rtin., J ! attf f,er S? "
the three top floors collapsed. T.nt1"" l .'""' 0,tTr" k'i,I"K 'll"
minutes mere nnd the four-story brick 3,i t t l "n,twi,,ie
wall en Hutchinson street fell. wounded. Just before the armistice he
Trurlc Company Xe. 7 and Engine J , . ,. " nt i T" , ' ,
Ne. 22 were werklnu from Hutchinson ""'"w Division nnd was the only
street, which is vcrv narrow. Their General win wen his place in the war te
ladders were ngainst the burning build- kcn Jt, '", tm'.. ubwiucnt period of
Ing. When the wnll started te bulge i wliolenule demotions,
the ladders were hastily rcmewU. The I lollewing the armtstlce he was up-,
moment that had been done the wall pointed head of the Military Academy
collapsed. " ' t Cbt Point, fiem wliieh position he
Thern were two accidents due te the ' recently letired. It Is iiimered
fue. Lieutenant W. W. Dean, of i that he will take hlh bride en foreign
Truck Company Ne.-.l. sulTered a fc- I service with him in the near future,
vcrcly lacerated feet when a claw tool 'A'be eeremeny will bu performed by
foil upon .it. lie was. taken te the an army chaplain, with only the imme
tih 11 (Iren's Homeopathic Hospital, dlate inuillics mid a few intimate
Hiry H. Slatei. of Engine "Company friends in attendance. Mrs. ,T. Kcars Kcars
Xe. 3, was oveiceme bv smoke. ' le Mitchell, step-sister of the bride,
j.ne Bia,ie liem tup me, which ceulil win no mairmi i noiier, ami .lames Jt,
be seen from all parts, of the city. nt-J H. Cromwell, Mis. lirneks' brother,
tracted inmu than l.'O.OOO spcctaleis. will be best man.
Sparks from the lire t!ev for several Following the ceremeuv theie will be
blocks. In one iiulancu they fell around u large reception, te which manv Phlln-
at I eurtli and Tliomiwen delnhians are invited. Ainumr thesn
ne ble'-ks distant, se endiin- ' who am new in Palm licncli or who
goring the building that the vehicles in i iect te arrive there in time for the
It weie icmeved. leceptien aie: Mr. and Mrs. Jehn
HiirnitiR elect lie wires furnished a Masen, Jr., JMr. and Mrs. Jeseph E.
brilliant pyrotechnic display, which had Wldcner, Mr. nnd Mrs. Curnce Munn,
n utilitarian value as the (Insetting light Miss Mary Brown Warburton, Mls-s
nided the fitemea in combating the . Lisa Nerrls, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Emlen
llamcB. I Hutiliinsen, .Ml-, nnd Mis. William (i.
as a result m me me me iiienire Warilen mm -Miss lillzubetli ureckle
crowds from Oerinantewn and Chestnut
en the r. nnu it, weiu held up. as
as
MOON MOVES
There's a limit te all things
especially fleer pace! Our
expanding business has taxed
our present capacity te the
limit. Se we're moving just
across the street te larger
quarters. After March 1st,
Moen headquarters will be at
855 North Bread St.
Inspect the Moen in its new
home.
Open Cars $1785
Closed Cars . . . $2785
After March lt 855 North Bread Street
Moter Cars
The Car of the Ten Proven Units
MACKIN MOTORS, Inc. 834 North Bread St.
WE INVITE YOU
TO VISIT OUR EXHIBIT
' AT THE
Twenty-First Annual Exhibition
TO BE HELD BY THE
PENNSYLVANIA AND ATLANTIC SEAPOARD
HARDWARE ASSOCIATION
PHILADELPHIA COMMERCIAL MUSEUM
FEBRUARY 14th TO 17th INC.
1922
Booths Nes.341 and 342
HIRES TURNER
GLASS COMPANY
30TH AND WALNUT
PHILADELPHIA
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LET us add, however,
that new is the golden
moment. Fer when
these geed suits and ' ,
overcoats are sold, it
will be impossible te
provide duplicates or
even near duplicates.
Perry & Ce.
16th and Chestnut
SUPER-VALUES "
Clethes for Men .
Advertising builds
sates ter today and geed 'k
will for tomorrow.
The Helmes Press, 'Printers
1 3 15.29 Cherry Street
Philadelphia
I
WAR ON "BUCKET SHOPS"
IV MOUllI lint l)(! Ill lilil lHIHV 1 til r hi. ! , linl.i,, tlnit r.i.nl.l iw.f ,.. ... ,1,
overreached himself when he htnrtcd telMnrket snoot terminal.
wrap tnera up In a bundle. The Itlttcr Can nnd Speeliilt.v r.im-
Bankers and Brokers Will Meet This
Afternoon
ltnuKci'h nml lirekei'H desliincr te mil-
.Tlie proprietor und IiIn wife wire iiiinnnv 'wiih n fouv-steiy bviel; b'ulldliii;! '."' '"'l ,0 t,1. "huelvct-shep" ll will
yne reer of tlie btere when iirundy en-1 It had two wings, ihe main imp of i '"" a 1'mn.'B ?l 0ec,! 'lt 1,,ll
tered unebscned nnd belecd bome of, which was destroyed. What leiualns I nl.1.ut M11il'l;t ,0'la'., 1bcuss ways of
... uusv Kriiut' 01 uiu sjeck in trade, of the plant is n small two-steu- u na "-,"".K l"; l,i"'""us ui m-i-Hpeiisi
men ue took a plcee of wiapping paper housing the general efiiccs anil n ma
aim ceiiiq btrinjj und began te inuLe a 'chine shop und another twu-tery
neat bundle of them. htnictuie need as u wnieheuse.
.MCLllllIOV lllMir.l llin Mciftn ff . I. n...i !... ti.ntnm ., V......1. IJnt..l.i-
per and ran Inte the fient room, (iruiidy Ce. is n Mx -story brick bulhUnir. Other th ,lk V"lt '',,"-',' 7huni:es can euforce
id behind the counter nnd leaped upon pioperties damaged were ih,. .Marguiet "VT M,,,.,.,.,: '""'S1' te juetect thu pub
P hen he approached. Thore was in I'eim Candy Cempuny. Oxford and '',' "' 1'iyket Mmps ' l)ccau-u many
nnj rujui, urnntiy wielding a hteel Mntli Mreutu, nun tlic National J(e
ugar box opener, and McCaiucv em. ' frlxcrnter Compan..
nn I8 V1U lmturul wcapena of u L'OO-1 Amwn; tiu" Indlvlduul houses nIIkIiIIj
. ....... ,..j a..i.v.
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b brekeiucH (encerns
The nieetlni; was culled bj Ifurrv C.
Tlitti'i a mi'inbcr of the New Yerh
Stock Exchange. .Mr. Thayer does net
et the small liriiw.bclnns te no exchance
and. therefeic, canuut be checked or
Heverned by htoek exchamre rules.
ins men is tnnt tiieie should be leg
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jiiuii.v iuu inti'iidcr I (inmuciiii iv mi-, urnm-u winnows or . i..:..... .....!' ... , ..-..... .... ..fc-
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man Alexander, of the Twelfth and llutehlmen street, ns folleH: "'!;.', ?. ,m WWZ t".1, i . ,.
Pine streets utat en entered. I'lftcen UscatyMx. Jehn Kioto; r..r..r:ir" .. !..! h i11-!."!. Vlikeri" ,,J0U,t'
Grundy was held without .ball fi ir8 Patrick O'Neill; J.r.'IO. AVllllnm t1""11Ml tx 1beml en bcBJiuiIng business
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Man tn 111 u-,iu ixm- ... .. t,.,.i.'. . 1 : i Afn w..i sneuiti no mnue a loieny fur u broker te
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T)A(inmwlAtm 1iv .. til i.-.i.i
rtn ' ' . u "' '" '"aim lormere
tnan n year. It waa nvnini..i ..i..
J8 wn?, caus Lth0 hl,lt,,1 yestenlav
"liinVr&m D' BrewnV for'J--"fe. of
'I.U Cednr nvanue Tn 41.. ',
'I. Brown left the hmmn tn An .
Kfc-.?l5(,??.tune Jit fter neon
fcUiTL "TiP'TV : WW,H IB
Miss Cerbenl Engaged
An ensagement of Interc-t nuneiiiiccd
today In that of .MU lleatilce Cerbeui,
nlece of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Wcndcil
Woodward, of the Ulcnhelni. Sercn-
tcentli and Chestnut streets, nnd Mr
Cbtrledf. Otarkiitsr4 of PheiijU"
fWiiinnillAn
with iKToullrmutien of purcliitse or (.ale
of stock.
Troops Back Fre.m Germany
New Yerk, IVb. 11. (Uy A. 1.)
VtHSL&t&tm transport
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ARE NOW HOLDING
Extraordinary
Clearances
Our Entire Remaining
Stock te Be Closed Out
Regardless of Cost
DAY DRESSES
EVENING GOWNS, SUITS
COATS, CAPES AND WRAPS
SPORTS APPAREL
SKIRTS AND BLOUSES
FURS
Spring Fashions of Superb bidding
Character are arriving daily from our
nvw mew up f aria Salens.
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Wednesday at Darlington's
Jeseph G. Darlington & Ce. announce the fol
lowing very specially priced lets te go en sale
tomorrow (Wednesday) morning at 9 o'clock.
As quantities are limited in each instance, we can
not fill mail or telephone orders.
ClFTY new Spring Dresses for women in a half
dozen attractive styles; materials are Canten
crepes, taffetas, crepes de chine; several geed
colors; sizes from 36 te 44 bust measure. These
Dresses would sell regularly at $18.00 and
$20.00; special price for this let, while M A or
they last Wednesday ipl't.OD
ILK Sweaters as a fashion favorite are se
p assured for the coming season that this spe
cial ter Wednesday is certain te attract very favor
able attention. About 60 Silk Sweaters for
women and when we say silk, we mean pure
silk, net fiber silk, as shown in many Chestnut
Street shops light and dark shades and a geed
range of sizes, but net all sizes in each color;
new spring styles no shop-worn numbers. These
Sweaters are net quite se heavy as the ones we
sold recently at $18.75, but are certainty wonder
ful values at the special Wednesday j1 A Ci
price (only 60 of them, remember) of vl.uU
REMNANT lengths of Colored Cotten Goods
including organdies, ginghams, Swisses,
tissues and suiting weaves; also silks such as
crepes, taffetas, satins, charmeuse and shirting
silks; and, in addition, some short lengths of
Woolen Materials, all marked at about
Half the Regular Prices
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