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rT 'AT .if nmmmmrn ri 7hMzrtn4f..sv7SFtjysi &xtitmir&mA?&H&tt ift iWWWi- VWi V utiiiiriimiTfit ir LOST MY PAL . a ... .. ... - LBn Who wlslita tattisrt with man et a 1 wr .- r Sit 7 fnn man or si enr ,'fttfnlihrf apartmentaf twp ' .inife ream ana rmtn 01 SUmt Mrfrt. cenvMiitni te !L hBrd. .. Fer. In m. j3,W.. r, tverf- nr. ntervlew i T. (khfll. 1811 VTaleet DREER'S ..": r.,"ii.-r ;::.- 7. 53. tlmr. i'U'?r'z..niT5'Vi'.,",'ui' " ff lllla lienn ivieal IB mnu lillzer for grass. Lawn Gras Seeds !m rm!uce turf "Mich will rrrmln jirn !i?.ummr If "n enrly enough te get a fiJT!urt.Wr het wea her. Wj make ffiwienief wll situation. I.n SSJi'0 "ilie lc frllllM-l generously at Sue ; Minnie Ltwn and Garden Toels ''i larre eMurlment of the hind thnt Jl i""lnlmr nn.l de Ihr. work properly. Sin jFovKTe, l.awn lUillern. t.awn and "eiclVd T for "the lawn' and garden. 1 Dreer's Garden Boek '111 help In '.'e selection of oil Seeds. Santa, Hull, etc.. and alue tell J'eu bow te grew them. A coin- FREE Cnll nr write Seeds, Plants, Toels 714-16 Chestaut St. a WJZEW tmm vrfrTWM-yy' ? The Daily Novelette : :'' Jim Takes His Lunch By Janm Otbern DREER B 1 1 SLOAN'S EASES PAIN EJEVES THE ACHE TORMENTING, agonizing rhetu matic aches are quickly relieved ,. by Slean's Liniment. Apply it Ifcwly. without rubbing and you will M a comforting 6cnsc of warmth and Geed also for rheumatism, sciatica, fcfflbage.neuralgia, soreness .evcr-exert-id muscles, stiff joints, backache, strains rains ana weather exposure. TDen't let pain lay you up. Keep lean's Liniment handy and at the first kkn el an acne or pain, use ic. Fer forty years, Slean's has been the terld's pain and ache liniment. Slean's liniment couldn't keep its many thou otfldsef friends if it didn't make nod. Aik your neighbor. At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. SlOeD.: Bnimenira Increases the action of the intestines Hundreds of men and wo men have already found i freedom from laxatives by- I eating Fleischmann's fresh j yeast. . ., Doctors are new agreed that proper elimination of waste matter should be brought about by feed. One doctor comes right out and states plainly that the indiscrim inate use of cathartics is one of the I' causes of constipation. Physicians all ever the country I; trs recommending Fleischmann's fresh yeast because it is a fresh feed, rich in these elements which kstp the intestines healthy. In one series of tested cases, normal func tions were restored In from 3 days te 5 weeks. Try it out for yourself. Begin to te to di7byadding2er3calcesof Fleisch mann's Yeast te your everyday diet Keep it up and see hew nor ner nor maUyandregularlyyeurimestinea set Be sure it's Fleischmann's Yeast-the famllar tin-foil pack Sfe with the yellow label. Place arming order with your grocer. lEwvrwwr i OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 612-614 Chestnut Street 900 Square Feet Frent Roem Geed Light Elevator Service Apply Mr. Dallas 606 Chestnut Street K VICHY vuncb xsreaua taenmrr Natural Alkaline Water Unexcelled for Table Use Known and pre. 'JJfProfewlen r? y year at r-wKSi I X m BettUJi tAmSpHmgt i. DISTRIBUTORS WOfBACn A MH.USB mSrr fwsTCHica co. R3rf" ") AUNT SALLY 8TONJB had come te spend a few months with her nephew, .Tint Lcreyj and therein Mny advantages nnd dlsadvnntngr's for Jim. It was pleasant (e think that one of his own kin would sit across from him at dinner in the dining-room of th apartment hotel where he made his home. It wn net se nleacnnt te hnve te burden hlmHelf with the duty of telephoning te Aunt Sally when he would be half an hour late. It wbh pleasant te think that his secki would be regularly darned and that all mUs- Ing buttone would be replaced en IiJh shirts. It was net se pleasant when Aunt Sally berame solleltous nnd In quisitive regarding Jim's matrimonial prospects. There was net a girl's pic ture en his bureau or desk. There were no feminine letters In the mall or in Jim's coat pockets. Ner ,dld Jim nave any evening engagements save these he explained as of business Im portance, i All this solicitation wan tiresome. Kven mere tiresome did Aunt Sally be come concerning Jim's lunches. She llgured out ftem tliu rcKiilts of per hlstcnt questioning Just hew much It must cost Jim te buy his lunches at n rcstntirant. She estimated hew much this would amount te In a year. Then at birnkfnst one day Aunt Sally said, beaming : "Jim, I found out that they put tip lunches here for, the boarders. And they don't charge for them. Yeu knew eti pay for lunch whether you cat it or net. You're entitled te it. Se I told the waiter te have yours put up with the rest." Then .Tim caw with n lnking heart the msnllla paper bag, lurgc nnd bulky, beside Aunt Hall)1" plate. "Here It U, Jim. Dqn't forget it." Jim offend a few objections, but lu aln. Se lie started off with his bng of lunch . It seemed childish te deposit it In nn nfJicnu en the way te the sub way. Besides, there was a strain of thrift In Jim's mnke-tin that had for i moment responded te Aunt Sally's fig uring. His salary did net necessi tate greater economy than he new practiced, but he would at least give the plan a trial. It would give the men In the office something te tease him about. However, the lunches did net appeal te Jim. Cheese sandwiches became rather dry and tasteless by 12 o'clock. Jim was Rtrengly of the opinion that the lunches were put up the night be fore. It was net easy te eat rt tough -skinned orange nt his desk. The coke crumbled nnd he found vestiges of It among his papers nil the afternoon. But Jim continued te carry his bng of lunch, though lie no longer ate It. Aunt Sally weu'd be with blm only a month mere. He prefened net te raise unv strong objection. Jim's habit wns te lay the beg of luncheon beside his dek. One day he was se busy with outside business through the first hours of the dny that when he returned at about 3 It oc curred te him for the first time that lie had had no luncheon. He had no time te go then, but he was hungry, nnd It occurred te him that even one of these cheese snndwiclies would be palatable. ' And thnt was when he noticed for the first time thnt his lunch bng disappeared before lunch time. Once he found crumbs en the lloer. Anether time the bag remained but the lunch was gene all save the banana. "Apparently my lunch eater docs net like bannnas," thought he. That was n le ut the only clue he had te work en. The problem was renllv Interest ing. At times It troubled him te think thut nnv one working for the concern nf which he wnf a junior partner and from which he drew such a satisfac tory sulary should be m bajlly paid as te be willing te cat thexe tasteless luiicheg, especially when te de se neces slfi ted" considerable stealth. ObIous ObIeus lv the culprit if te take it lunch Hint would otherwise be thrown in the trash basket wus culpable watched the deer of his office carefully In or der te get the lunch when he was away. Jim studied the faces of the office bes. trlng te single out the one with the hungriest, most pinched expression as the probable lunch snatclier. Then lie spirit en the bejs n little, but found that tliev were nil In the hnbit of lunching 'at it little Greek lunch conn cenn ler around the corner. Never had one been known te eat in. Once he itsked Miss Baldwin, who took his dictation, whether she had any nilspiciens en the subject. "Don't think." he mid. "thnt I ob ject at all. Whoever takes It probably Knows that I don't want It nnywa. I am only concerned te think that niiy one working here has such n flat pursj as te need such a tasteless lunch. I'd take It up with the salary committee I I thought we didn't pay enough." Piettv Melly Unlaw In looked rt- lleetivel nt the end of her pencil, nnd lier ejes ucie lowered. "Don't you think that there might be some one who well, some one who had enough money te spend who still liked te be i-coiieinlial? She -he might lie help ing some one nt home, or saving, or something, and se might be glad te eat the lunch that would otherwise be thrown nwn. It costs feity cents at least te get lunch even nt a cheap place, Mr. I.erey, and fertv cents a day for lite dns a week Is two dollars, and two dellnrs a week for a jear Js a hundred dellnrs." Jim ws lenkinir out of the window and really said nothing. But Mellv ' paid: "What did jeu sn, Mr. I.erey?" I "1 was sajing, or Hither thinking, thnt ou were ii girl nftei Aunt Sull's heiii t. I ncer anew any one rm who figured things out thut waj, but uppaiently jeu de, tee." Then, ns there seemed te be nothing else te de, Melly left the room, or started te. As she went, Jim called her buck. He hud alwn,s admired the girl such n geed sport in work, se efficient in her own paitlculur duties, se even In temperament. Yes, and she wiih really ier prettj. Aunt Sally would thoieiighly .ipprete of her. "Did you call me buck?" asked Melly, who hnd been standing for n moment while Jim was reflecting, I "I asked If yeii would go te lunch I with me," snid Jim, surprised nt IiIn! own quick decision. "1 thought we could talk ever some business." On the list of "Specials for Tednj" en the menu of the restaurant where Jim and Melly lunched was written "Ilnnana Shortcake." "Won't you have some of this?" nsked Jim, pointing te tliu menu that Melly was stud j lug. "Oh!" said Melly with a little frown, "I can't endure bananas." When Jim returned the untouched bng of lunch was standing beside his desk. His work ns a detective was progressing. Within the two weeks that followed Jim Lerey took several occasions te study Ills suspect. He took her te lunch, thep te dluner and the theatre and properly called at her house. As Jim expected, the confession came without gilliug, It was the night ,11m with tnklng Melly home from the thcntic that after many false starts mid u iiluxh or two shn told Jim Hint she had taken the lunches. "Only 1 never nte the hannniis," she uddul. "t don't like them." "Yeu suggested," said Jim in leply, "that pesslblj the lunch eater needed le save money te help support a family or te save for some geed purpose. Your family does net seem in need nf help, Whht In the world am ou t-uvliiy money for?" "Ktary girl wee works ought te Ih: have money saved fe buy furniture nnd things," said Melly frankly. Then she stepped, wishing she had pet been se frank, "Arc pre you thinking of being married?" said Jim with difficulty. J'l did net knew you were enraged." 'Oh, I'm net engaged of course for his roommate, net, saiu .ueuy in confusion, mom gins nre eventually think you'd care te be engaged te me?" Arid before Melly" pressed the button that summoned her watchful mother te the doec she had said yes te Jim's query. POLICE HUNT MISsTnG MAN They had renchcdi Mpllv's perch by tills time nnd Jim stayed went away .nwuj n uiiiiu in'iurc u lOUCllCd llin hell Roommate 8ay $100 Diamond Ring Alse Hae Disappeared Walter Stene.' of 1714 North Twenty- second street, asked police today te leek for his roommate. Albert Jehnsen, who "but has been missing since Saturday night. Stene says that n $100 illnmnrwl rln front disappeared about the time Jehnsen erch bv this time nnd Jim lOliy H 111111(1 lieierc IF milplierl flm l.nll I Tlw. ttA tnimw He took the bund tendcily In his and room In a beanfln The two jeung men occupied the same ic neus kccend street address, Jehnsen went g house at the Twen ty-kecenil street address. Jehn hum wi.n he there recently and little is known con- watched te see whether her expression t sneweu resentment, seeing none, took courage. cerninc hint. He did-tint s.iv wh.m l.e W'sittlrl t sit H..I.1.1 -.-.. . . I . e . ' -" ""- ..- "vuiu jwu cuum viiii- nn niiitvn vnititr wiinn nn vett- nunv JEFFRIES ESTATE $235,000 of Widow, and Three1 Daughters Banker Are Beneficiaries Themas J. Jeffries, vice president of the Cern Exchange National Bank nnd member of the firm of Jehn and James Dobsen, Inc., who died February -5. left nn estate, valued at upward of ra.".00O, according te his will, pro bated today. A petition attached te the will states that his personal estate It valued at $200,000 and upward and renl estate ?3r,000. The nousenem ci ferts nnd dwelling go te his widow with two-thirds of the Income of the residue, which Is held in trust. Three daughters, Mrs. Albert II. Ileseiignrten, Mrs. Hnreld Resengartcn and Mrs. h. I'lersen I'enrce, receive one-third of the income. The principal gees te grand chlldten nt the death of the beneficiaries. Other wills probated Include these of Start L. Gray, who died in Kingsten. Jamaica,' March 23, 120,000, and Kllsmbcth Tapazran, who died In the University Hospital, .$2000. The Int ter left ?200 ench te the Armenian Con gregational Church of Philadelphia and the Armenian Evangelical Church of New Yerk. m iaim msmi n mWkmmWSkmW. Lfn JM The Guide te "WHERE ECONOMY RULES" Economy FOR PHILADELPHIA, CAMDEN, READING, LANCASTER AND VICINITY F&0s6f Print A Oc BUTTER tii Lb FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER 40 C Lb 5 Cakes A PGSeap24c White Naptha s.v4c WMBA & White Naptha PURE LARD Save 2c 2 Cans "lena" Brand Peas Save 5 Cents 3 Pkgs Kellogg's CORN FLAKES or PostTeasties Rolls "Pacific" Toilet Paper Save 24 Cents 0c Save 4 Cents Sardines (tSSD Heinz Baked Beans A&PEvap.Milk Geld Dust - mall 15c 9c - Can 9c large pkg 25C Rinse - - - - package 6c Baker's Cocea .,. 20c Gorten's Brick Codfish Pkgb29c Shredded Wheat PkK l2!4c CRACKER SPECIALS Vanilla Bars lb 21c Unity Jumbles Iced 19c Harlequin Neapolitan Sugar Wafers . pkg ran irJSSgl 8c If U4- -l I Spedafy Select Coffee "Red Circle" COFFEE Imported Direct from the Choicest Plantations en the Slopes of the Mighty Andes 9C mlJb & ATLANTIC & PACIFIC '" s The World's Largest Grocery Heuse. ' Grounded Schooner Decks Safely After having been hauled oft a shoal at Tewnscnd's Inlet by a revenue cut ter, the schooner Clara A. Dennell tins' arrived safely in pert. The vessel Is laying at Pier OS, Seuth Wharves. COUPLE WEDDED 60 YEARS 300 Attend Gelden Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Sundhelm It w open house nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marks Hundhclm yester day for the aged couple were cele brating their golden wedding anni versary. Mere than .'100 friends and neighbors attended the Informal re ception and offered their congratulations. Marks Hundhdm. who Is seventy-five jears old, Is still ncflve. He is era era plejed in a department store und for tlA 14 Avi VliM W . w day because of 111 health, ill,! seventy -four years eldi ' tj Three children of the couple; Kel and Mrs. 11. A'. ItelfuiaM. lantlc City, nnd three grandchll neilieu reiTiru uie U, ,, " " zsaa!,3 Easter Novelties Unique Cards Exchange, 205 S. 16th Stmt Give Shut'lrtB a Chance .&te? . -. )(Vte MANN & DlLKS 1102 CHESTNUT STREET LADIES' DEPARTMENT OUTDOOR garments of exclusive fabrics from the best foreign and domestic maker TAILORED SUITS English Tweeds, Cernel's Hair and Tyrel Weel Cletha nf known value in hand-toilertd, ready-te-wear suit that are confined te ut both at te fabric and ttyles. TOPCOATS AND CAPES Attractive Styles in imported Tweedt, Fleeces and Camel" Hair. Fine band-tailoring net usually found in ready-te-wear garment!. WAISTS AND SHIRTS Designed and Tailored in our own workrooms perfect in fit. Fabrics of every tort. Mad te measure or ready te wear. HOSIERY New sports Heaiery of every conceivable tort and price, at well as silkt and lislet from the bett makers. TAILORED HATS Our stock of tailored hats for Spring contains the latest and beat te be hed- something new each day. Moderate in price. MANN & DlLKS 110 CHESTNUT STREET w H H vMmM,MmMmrfw N&: 'nnMh MunWlllllllliiiil I.': ii a ; III!; !i !:'! WA-7yyP I i i ; ; i i i 1 1 i 1 1 1 ii i i. , i, , , ii;':. . ys,. a. H iiiiiiu,,' u j tin .;n.; :'' fa mDm at about Ha If-Pri ta Bk '"' ' i BF 'ZZ ' The purchase and sale of the entire stock of the Columbia Fleer Cevering Ce., 262 Canal St., New Yerk City, has created sensational interest and enthusiastic comment. Crowds are coming; for these wonderful savings. Tomorrow morning thousands of rurjs arc added te the stock. Such bargains in fleer coverings were neer offered in the history of Philadelphia. $42.50 Seamless Axminsters, 9x12 ft., New $(A.95 Very high pile and cleselj woven and all-wool. Built te withstand the hardest service. 'I hey are mill "seconds" hut just tr te find the imperfections. It would take an expert. 29 SCfl. 00 Seamless OU 9x12 ft. Wilten Velvets Th heavUit manufactured In b'autlful all err and mtdalllen dealfut manr in tha raueh wrted Chlnei effacta. Ittallr axoaptleotl cualltr Valrct riuit ru.r ant4 fur larrlee WhIU th let of te laata at $59 .75 $16.00 Tap. Brussels 0x12 tt E i t r a heavy (treat for rv. Icn In beauti ful 0 r l a n til daaltni Llmlur. let. Rugs Sg25 S3! 50 Alex. Smith's Velvet Rugs amleaa all- A f ,zn el, aire 8'3'z Jpl W'OV i8". Ora of T fl i a barialna . Seamteaa tvoel. 10 t h a earn that hava raid ui fameua. Cerk Linoleum $1.25 Value 4 Tarda wld t cover your fleer ultheut a team. Cut from full relli at the ae ae teundlnr prlea of 72c q. j ard 1.50Ras Carpet S 89c Ona yard wide very r.ni eraa Wutlful m u arry beraar. cheap aa arata carpet, tt per j ard 200 Rell 2-Yard Inlaid Lineleums Alt perfect toedai cut from full rella, In hardwood and leomatrteal deilfaa. All you wtah In aay pattern at a prtee ether ateree chart for ram. naata. Brim own meaeura raanti. SI. 75 Value 95c square yard Royal Seamless U'3"xll $40' Velvet Rugs 5S$24-98 B.autlful rntil and vattema auitable color $40ce 6'9"xl2' Seamless Velvet ?27-30 All-wool beau tiful Oriental dritini r 1 13 b tlue etTecta, for lena narrow apaeea. .AKXlCMBSEn S1.25Woe! & Fibre B 1 r S7"iii reraralble and in a iple-idH variety of pretty vattarna While they la.t RUGS Velvet Carpet 98c SOI yard a of ted, hard, wearing velvet. In beau tlul Petaiaa tlT til A . A !. mnatti bluea. hral SUSP Value NQW $1.00 value Genuine Cerk LINOLEUM (plain brown only) Thousands of yards 2 yards wide, cut from full rella; slightly imperfect. 35 c yd. IMPORTED GRASS RUGS DEEPLY CUT brown, blue and green tones at Beautiful patterns in lese, following irrcststible savings $7.50 Val.ff V -" M BalB II -- - -- the $9.50Val.C a Or 9x12 ft. I NOW emSt 8x10 ft. NOW .98 $5.50 Val. 6xS ft. 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