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ki5.vj': wpwi Mi mm ww&h wmurvMmd t ifmPim L,.Ttr,aWVtL7'UiPtOTflBHMMHB VJPMH TWBIUfWStf' A""-", j-ITV-Ij 7ffffir!W'-MMff.iwwa rjV MTL. JB-'HJV. lt KtWI WI iBlSX! 'r7t, .'"'$&? $ 4? jATivr' v v in i.'j-ttr i'fkh rij j--7un V; t"M v?H4wM.-arV'ft1v''&iV.j1' .. nit L w, w r-.;l 1I rT l : JZ.L2 "- -' , is i t tfMifW "jasvuia jum a' r u ijjiu i i ER PHIEADELHIA, 'MONDAY? AFJKIli 3; M , iiiyiiiMK . Hntyn . - w "V- - -- f USES DIVORCE y -V .4 -y. M MIDC BOURGEOIS I Chancellor Calls Wife of Atlan tic City Lawyer "Insanely - Jealous Weman" ni nn in Clinnccller Five-Inch Boek Shelf By J. P. MeEVOY t' MRS. LACIER EXONERATED . iieeM Dteraleh te Vycnine I'uVUc I.cileer ' Atlantfc City. April 3. Clmrnctcrlz- InB thO W1IC Ol viv-nifcu . "...B- " vt prominent Mierc attorney, -""..irltf loaleus woman," Walker teilny Med nn opinion In Trim- '' ....! i..- 1..M ..nil I Inn fnr dU-nrrr. Mrs. Muriel N. I.ncler, nttrnctlvc widow of n former Tlnlltmerc physician, new rHdlnK in Ventner. wlie was named M co-respondent, wai exencruted by "'Thft'cVmnccller held thnt the proof nhnillted was totally circumstantial. He hi thnt the only test niehy offered te IJew thnt nny nmliie Intimacy existed between lloiirBrels and Mrs. Lacier was reenlcd by Delectlve Benrchards. "The testimony tends te fdiew the nrcscncc of the defendant nt the home ,,f the cq.rependent en seral occa sions." recite-) the Chancellor. ''In 2.'i.. j.,,u lmvlnt been there, but t&lm- his visits were strictly nnW una. he being counsel for Mrs. Inclcr. The Chancellor holds tliut uourgceis less of affection for his wife was due te an lrn-clble disposition and jealousy en the pnrt of the wife. . "There is testimony te prove the nv, of affection by Bourgeois for his life " he finds. "That such n condl cendl ' Ien 'existed Is established by fact. She iUrts it anil he admits-It. and much 'oeends en whcllu-r he deliberately withdrew it or whether her conduct com wiled It. The testimony taken In nit produces an iinpresMen upon my mind that Mr". HotirRCeis Is whnt N cpm cpm menly known as nn ,insnnely jealous "Shortly after hcr'marrlage she dis nlmcd nn irascible temper winch bail abided with her all during their mar ried life. Her quarrels have been frc uucnt. in fnet. continuous. She has ex- pressed tier jcnmuj in um uiihuh.".".. nil, of the female office flsieciates whom her hutband had during the practice of law nd in fact she secured tliedis-f charge of at leiM one, notably Miss Tewcll, who impressed mc as nn cn tlrclj proper mid truthful young woman. ml I think Mrs. Ilmirgenl' cnuitncnts upon her were unwarranted imputa tions." . , ... lloiirseeis is one of the bet-known l.n rnra ill Knlllll .tprSCV. lie IS COUnSCl fei the Pcnnsjlveniu ltnilread in this' action. The iJeree action ereateu u tensatlen bccati'-c of the prominence of the couple. Mis. Bourgeois was a former stcnegiaphcr in her husband's ifficc. PLIGHT OF GERMANY FORECAST BY BISMARCK Prophetic Letter Just Revealed Was Written December 24, 1886 Ifcrlln. April ."..(By A. P.) A prophecy bearing en Germany's present iliintien was inaiie ev insinurrK in n , , letter hithcite iinimbllshed, addressed te tne rrumn Aiiniier ei ar, ucn- ral Nrentart ell Selicllenderf, and i dateil December 24, lRSii. Tlie historic rteeiinipnt lias just iieen mauc nanauic .tnTlie Av.eiiated l'ress. "If (iwl i)ls that we shall be dc f' 'leil iii the next war. then there can li ikp doubt that our ictorIein oppo eppo oppe mnts 'will halt at no expedient te pre e'it us from gifting en our feet again at Icsist net for a generation just as the did in 1S07," the Iren Chancellor retc. He Yarned hls'Minlstcr thnt Germany eli1 be called upon te defend both her eastern and western frontiers in the "net war." ns the new alignment of European Powers precluded the proba bility of Gcrmaiij being able te count en Russian and Knglisb assistance, ns was the inse In 1814. when, in addition ke tln siippeit of thec nntiens. Gcr- maiij leiinu an unexpected anj in tne Kusviiin winter wlilrli destroyed Na Na peh en armj . Tlii letter continued : "The prcient (Jcrinnn Implre would et remain intait after a lest cam paign, ns witness the ltcichstng election and partKun acerbities, which prove MVk readily patriotism is forgotten when party inteiests 'fjjfd out It is desirable te eeuit fa;er abroad. "A ietorieus France would find our opposition nnrtipq rmmllv no .i,m.tl. - did Napeleon the Rhenish League in bis ' l)e Yeu Knew Anything? At Inst education hns come Inte the reach of nil. In only fifteen seconds a week the met Ignorant can become learned. Chemistry CHEMISTRY Is the science of as sociated ami disassociated smells. Probably mere different klnda of nremn ewe their origin te chemistry thnn te any ether branch of nelence, with the possible exception jt 'legislative lobby ing. There nrc two kinds of smells In chemistry: nwful, nnd terrible. The. first Is known as quantitative nnd the I Bcceud ns qualltnthu. Ae chemists dcaily love big Words. And when the longest word we nu find Isn t long enough we hook n whole gang of tlicm tegctber like a freight train or u tape worm? for Instance, monoacctlcncides menoacctlcncides moneacctlcncides ter of salicylic acid. That is what jeu would call aspirin. The chief ingredient in attar of roses is called dimethjl-VI-O-octadlcanc-2-0-el-8. And ct we chemists bnvc just as much trouble as nny ether tunii w bcu It comes te picking a nnine for our babies, TI1K Importance' of chemistry can hardly be j called by you laymen. The Hcetcti Highlanders were nearly eliminated from the war because of the lack of sjnthctic dyes for their kilts. It was only nfter these dyes were smuggled Inte Scotland from Germany that the dangerous crisis was passed miirpfnl1r. In ether words it was Germany who helped Scotland win the war. j AGIIEAT many of you b.eem te be exercising the old cerebrum these dnys ever ways nnd means for provid ing th' Inner mnn with the refreshing sprnjs te which he hns been accustomed. Yeu go down into the cellar and leek for something, net knowing It is there nil the time, only In n homely guise. The next time you wish te find our cellar haunted b spirits leek In the coal bin. There in these prosaic, ugb lumps is enough alcohol te knock jmt nnd nil jour friends for n row of juni per trees. That little lump ecr there may leek like Cinderella new, but wait until Fairy Godfather Chemist get finished plnjlijg with -her and he will leek like the beautiful Princess Hnveanelhcr we used te knew In the dear eld'dajs, Qalll-Curcl III With Celd Snn Francisce. April .'.( Hy A. P.) Mndame Amellta Galll-Curci was forced te cancel her concert engage ment at the Imposition Auditorium to day becnuse of n seere cold contracted after n recent Vppearnnce In Portland, Ore. A concert svhcdulcd for tomorrow nt Fresne also was canceled. If X Cerns? yjjrjust BlUejay , te 'your druggist Steps Pain Instantly The simplest wav te end a corn ft Blue-jay. A touch steps the pain in stantly. Then the corn loosens and comes out. Made in two forms a colorless, clear liquid (one drop doe it!) and in extra thin plasters. Use whichever form you prefer, plasters or the liquid the action is the same. Safe, gentle. Made in a world-famed laboratory. Sold by all druggists. Prtu Writt Bautr&Blatk, Chieega.Dtpt.i.-i for valuahta book, "Cerrtet Cart eftht Fttt." THE SPIRITOF THE SHOP The attitude toward the car of the men who make the Pierce-Arrew is one of grave responsibility. It is as if each.ene said, this part at least shall be as flawless and as perfectly fitted as I can make it. When all the work men feel that way, the spirit of the shop is functioning, and the cars that are built'under its influence are fin ished te a point that is nothing short of sheer craftsmanship. Foss-Huehes CempakyTsij and Market Streets, Philadelphia. Wilmington Reading, Bethlehem, Lancaster Pierce-Arrew --H-M-----Ba------------aa------B------H-a--K Beeks That Help Save Lives LESSONS ON TUBERCULOSIS and Consumption x he ,wViVl!'h ,, Knew hew Mns r tubfreiilecis mnv anx '. ,ibrfer1 U 80tB a Grm ll0l(l I,n" 0"V Are you whVV. L'u'JVw te ,m)lPt,t 0,lr dear en.sV Hew te m , ,,p'll'h? Hew te nppl eurntie me.isurcs te JOur Mil.,".? an.i ""l,,iri" ,n" conlldence. ease of mind and !! . ?" tllRt 10,',,n,v "" ?"" feel the tide of hue SZhX i ! ne "whelnilngb in jour ftter? "Lesions en M n in ".'."' ronsuinptien." by Charles 13. Atkinson. iuflinV i. "'y?" exactly what you want te knew. The ST ' 'Pwlnllstef high standing nhe. Inning himself marte he fight, knows the iiunlld's iewpeIIlt. and writes ion iei f,rel3,,,lis Ie,,B P"Ience. in easily understood, "ome i ,nl I",n,?,.,n?0, Ne ,n8 generalities or wcnil tln V l0rle,', . T,'is book ,s n veritable mlne et informa inferma iitMnJ!"m,rcds e! .vl,a1' J-elevaut topics, ajl treated with uiraerdinary completeness. '2-e, Cleth, 460 pages, 16 pagis of illaitraiieai. At all Bookstores, tf,SO, rut; by mail, $2.62 HEART TROUBLES Their Prevention and Relief By LOUIS FAUGERES BISHOP, M. 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This Milunm imcrs such ltnl topics as: Hew te Avoid Colds, l'neiimnnia, etc; ll.ulng te ict Fnt: l'atlng te (let Thin; Hew te Cure Constipa tion Without Drugs ; ltclief from Intemuln: Nerwiusnc-i ; Ilheiimatism ; Utiles for Geed Health; Jlloed I'rcssutc, etc., etc. 12me, Cleth, 497 pages, illustrated with photographs and tharls. At all Bookstores, $1.50, net; by mail, $1.62 NERVE CONTROL AND HOW TO GAIN IT By H. ADDINGTON BRUCE If jeu.c.wT.Miffcx.trpm .".Necve.s,". thLs.baek was writ ten for ou. If jeu arc eicp a ictlm of Insomnia, of neniius hendaehe nnd Indigestion, nr Irritability or niei- tint holy, thin is jour guide-book-te "biased lelief. m need net n often bu "all en edge," "deep in the blues" nr tormented by weny, bi-canse jeu urn here offered the kpeWledgii which may enable jeu te rid jeurjclf of these feelings which ruin jour efllcienej and peiie of mind. "Ncne Control and Hew te (tain It" gies jeu a .vleer q.p.liiiuli".9( the .causes mul jpiuLeius. pf,ijc,neus troubles, and simple, direct istrui tlmis for their relief. In u hjmpnthctle and enlightening wav, the author ex plains health-giving nene.nontrel Jn-aH4ts phases. He shows jeu hew te take care of jour nertcs, and, through them, pi esene the health of your whole beilj. !2me,' Cleth, 316 pages. At all Bookstores, ' ' $1.25, net; by mail, $1.37 & tsxti l A'f ALL BOOK-SELLERS, OR UY MAIL FROM THE PUBLISHERS PUNK & WAG N ALLS COMPANY ' . Our Fashionable Stout Department , Is Featuring Today a Wonderful Value in Handsome New Suits for Larger Women Developed in Tricetine, Twill and Piquette Cleth At $49.50 Ea- Plain Tailored or Embroidered Styles in several excellent modes. One sketched. All in splendid qual ity both navy and blnck. Built en Our Own Famous Measurements for Larger Women Allowing Plenty of Roem Just Where Roem Is Needed. Sizes My te 58Vi CSSSBi " TT " " i M i j5gCSBS SAIONItAY, Al-Hli, , lU. mere Mppii, at 0 A. .M. Clenes at ftl.10 I. M.f NELLENBURGN ENTIRE BLOCK- MtiRKET H&te I2T- STREETS L 1 M,-,--,,,-,M,,---, U ' Well-Made Heuse Dresses for the Weman Who Takes a Deuble. Extra Size $3.95 te $7.50 Adjustable at the waistline and rc-cnferccd under the arm, where garments alwajs "re" se quickly. Made of splendid ginghams and peicalcs, in pretty striped and small checked patterns. Sires I'i'.fc te 58 ',i. SncLTeFIbUrgS Second Fleer Big Sale of $4.00 Buster Brown Jumper Slip-ens Fer Schoolgirls and Women at $2.50 Ea. 4ft, V T smtt'' m IrW Decidedly popular &w enters especially becoming te tl;e younger women. Dr eloped In heather mix ture shades and smartly fin ished with Imitation leather cellar and cuffs. lens - sleeve models, as tliewn, vlth pockets and belt. Phenomenal values at this low price. Come early, be fore assortments arc He pletei! SNELLEMBURCS &ccena rlel Specials in Flannels Offer Werth-while Savings 26'c Bleached Canten Flannel, Yard...1Qc Uoed weiglit AUL $1.19 Embroidered Flannel, Yard. . . CkQp C'ru.iin color eq1 t W flnnnel, fccnllepcd nnd hem stitched. Sports Flannels' ' $2.00 Yd- In Stunning New Stripes sSmmt iffceiH for inuUinK the popular hpertn skirts nnd lesUumes fur spring nnd huiu iner wear. 59c dc- S'.C'.LENbUIleS First Fleer Women's Gingham Bungalow Aprons Unu8ual at dttfm . $1.59 Neat checked ginghams i n belted models. Smartly trim med with black binding a n d pique cst, cellar a n d cufTh. (icnei. eusly pioner-tioucd. One Pjcturctt Splendid Values in Bed Muslins Our Economy Single Bed Sheets Bleached and seamless. Sheets (Size 63x90 Inches) 1 Of) Sheets (Size 63x99 Inches) ei OK $1.29 Bleached Seamless Sheets QQs Each Size G490 inches. Our Economy Pillow or Bolster Cases Scalloped or Hemstitched Pillow Cases (Size -13x36 Inches) each OOK, Matching Bolster Cases (Size 12x72 Inches) QC, each tOU Fancy Ticking Yard In all new spring signs. Unbleached Sheeting 32c Sheeting (42 OK. Inches Wide) jard -SilC 35c Sheeting (45 OQ Inches Wide) ard -i7C One of the best makes. Cut from full pieces. b'ir.CNBURcS First Fleer Artists' Materials At Snellcnburg's New en Sale in the Kodak Department .At Regular Snellenburij Lew Prices I'emplete line-, of oils iUei .mil tempera colei, IiiiinIum eii-'pH, OHnj3, cIi.iuIdk' tileekii and piuier, p ilettCM. Mnuli-er-i .mil ether netcaaltlts en hind. Faver Kuril's Moist Water Celers. 1 Kr. Whole Tubes. . . L Faer Ruhl's Decora tive Oil Celers, OOr. UeublcJTubes... "et i' " f, tTgS l''n'st Fleer Owners of Player Pianos, Attention! Music Rell Cabinets Tremendously Reduced! licuutifully design oil, woll-cenMiuctcd cabinet.-, te held and protect ur rolls. Net only useful, but highly ornamental. Tomorrow We Start Out Great Apru aaie vi Women's Undermuslins With Five Very Special Value-Groups at Extremely Lew Prices " Corset Cevers of Lingerie Cleth, KQp Each D Bullt-np tiheuldcr models, I rimmed with lace nnd em broidery. Petticoats of White Cambric, Each . . . KQf Finished with vw flounces of embroidery. Drawers of IQf Heavy Muslin... UX rut full, trimmed with niflte or embroidery. Gowns of "Willow kx: si-19 I'lnlshcd with embroidery edge nnd fancy vtltchlng Envelope Chemise of Lingerie Cleth. QQ0 Each V Choice of several cry a a traahe HtIcs SHEILEHBURCS Sccen'1 r,oer Twe Delightful New Medels in Women's Tub Blouses $1.45 The Crisp Dimity Medel Pictured Daintily designed, ns pictured, witn picot lace edging Peter Pan cellar and E. F V V .1 xSSi 8k lff viri.' mm Vv 1 li . fc.VJ ATLim'! l.' l U I LM i IKIiM .. cufTn nnd the front. trimming i The FinP ) Voile Blouse Pictured $2.00 Of Rheer white voile chartninirlv trimmed with colored novelty cellar, tic and cuffs, in figured effect. Choice of Copen, rose, orchid and jade trimming. Pongee Blouses and Overbleuses In Various Attractive Stifles at $2.95 and $3.95 Vcstcc models, prettily embroidered or trimmed with gingham, tucks, frills, fine pleatings and picot edgings. Choice of Peter Pan, Tuxedo and convertible cellars. SNCLLEHBURGS Second Fleer There Is a Corset for Every Type of Figure Misses' Corsets, $3.50 Women's Corsets, $3 te 12 $29.75 $41.25 $40.00 $49.50 Cabinets $69.50 Cabinets $64.50 Cabinets $59.50 $00 KA Cabinets 0&.DV $64.50 $OQ 7K Cabinets $84.50 $KC OK Cabinets D.D SNtUXBUiH'Mf)' SNELLENBUBOS Fifth Flw. .Medel Which Will Per manently Cerrtet the ill Incident te Centuries et Caicle-m or Improper Corseting. Special Let of '$6 and $8 4uEpb Corsets Fer Women of Slender, Average or Full Figure On Sale CO QK Tomorrow at.. ' I'inlc nnd vhlf- ceutll mod els Net ull Hlzes In each model, hut nil Ue- In the let. btltt-LENBJRGS Second lqoer Our April Sale of NOTIONS Is New in Full Swing With Wonderful Money Meney Saving Specials, Including the Following Items .'1000 Rubberized household 210 Aprons at. Each "'' Asserted p.it'ei ns ; w ell made 2000 I'airs Babies' Rubber Pants 1 K at. Each "lt,U 1500 Pairs Dress Shields at. 1 K Pair 10t All jnted fis quality dris bnielil" loc and 19c Pair Women's Sew-en Hese Supporters at. Pair Well m.ule asserted t les 50p0 Pieces Bias Tape, Embroidery Edgings & Lingerie Tape, K, Each DL Sooil 10c rirst Kleer $55 Leenard Refrigerator $32.50 , jrj:c a 0"n Cft'TiPl- m Ons ptl c whllp nnrrr Uln lined, I round ' comer liertelaln fn.nl v. lumber "old nn t lull Phi 'i Till Ik llir rliriinf t and liit rrfrlr ralcir him ithrrr. U. S. Government Utility Bexes, Werth Each- 50c i"i2 F" rfr ZD a n ka And r Imluili- our pulr nt extra litai, Klrfl Ulnars lluit nlnnn Mr worth -W r-plrndldly lnll t hexet n.- 42'eMI1' ll", iiieluw. With lluee rr i-nfen-liiK inetnl trnp hands nnd i'Mi.i htiunK iip" luindles and coer. Mull nnd phene erdt-m tilled whllu ipiPH tlty lay. SneTv. IflURflS Tbirrf Fleer Easter Specials in Our Begs' Furnishing Section Beys' Blouses In New Striped Patterns At 84c Ea. Splendid Savings en Upholstery Specials 8-Oz. Sicilian Striped & Khaki Perch Awnings 7 ft. 6 wide at, - O QC Each 3LsU,UO L,5h0.Mc.at'S14.98 14 ft. 6 and 15 J-f Q QQ ft. wide at. Ea. DLVmVO 1.1 ft. 6 wide at, (01 QQ Each D6L,VO J ll.irn.iir y pcri'.ile and line printed madras in a. wonderful assortment of prettiest new strlped pattern-. Made with button-down cellars and soft tum-bdcl: cuffH. Sizes " te IS jears. Kcllcnt Miluci! Beys' High-Grade $2.50 Shirts Made te Our Special Order te Sell fi1 Qy at t'f Hus.si.in cord and linn nilK striped ni.idrilM In lattsi pat teniH. Kxperth made and fin-l-ih-nl NeiRhand st j !-, Ith soft tuni-b.ul. euff.s .Sizes l-'1. te It b'.r l LHBlrZS tirst Fleer Alarm Clocks Guaranteed Ansonia Movement At 95c Each ' .i iin-. ii i. (1 a' with cli ar ii'imer Is and bell en top, flU. d with lever te step alarm w hen ill sllcl 'I "ii. M d of alari i 1-lOl-lv eU inn Hb-u utelj relv en ff0 & 2 (9""-ii 3 J We De L'xpert Cleck Repairing at Reasonable Rales ' Made complfte with all rep-s and palv.inlzed frninxs nnd flxturiis ready te h.uis. Bound with whl te braid Thee awnings are equal te custom custem custom UTaJe awnings In r--ry ilrtall and would cost n third mere Made te match window anil ines $2.75 Cretonne-Covered Chair Cushion Seat and Back Oil A( U7XTv Complete e rW' A,f4C v El t.i ..r i i i ii ' u j ! f"-(l it i-Hknt i -ptei i e li jt n .irt t if'ttl I hr pad f. t U hiilf-imjen li.ipi an 1 t i i.i li lies il i liali "Oil I 'II . s (11 Ul UU.lL rate lr,:. I.i nu led Quantity Venw Early Fer a Limited Time Only. Special Prices en Awnings and Slip Coverings Th s efiers bl savings in this Hue if wurl. that thrift ptun .siieuld net oxrrleok ' will el.iill; s-ei d our ii i-iii itiv i t i tstiii at. II- dui ed prl es en in.tten il off. r further sp iiirs il' make oil- a ninqs t p .rs nnd held tli. i' til1 disirwl 3ilc e()-In. Filet Marquisette, Yd. 19c Mi w nle "iuS Knst Kleer I ", lear qu i it x lie OI i II .ss c I'ljlllt' H) I I jir Disposing of a Small Let of Giant Over-Size Girard Tires At the Lewest Prices Ever Quoted en Tires of C0RDS-Blv i:(l"al i"alitu and WLESSft Serviceability (ilia ril tires ate ueil i -i'IumpI b theuMinds of intiterists. Uery tire is siiirIi eincil. with w i.ippcil tread I most nihility nm u'tial jiiul werkintinslnp tin oupheut nui own ape-i-iaj brand, lientinu our own name ami puatantet. 9m v yf Mywve FABRICS NILCJ Girard Cord Tires Are Net te lie Confused With Se-Called "Cords" Made en Fabric Melds 30x3 32x31 31x4 33x4 34x4 32x4 V- 33x41. 34x4 U. 35x4 U. .16x41. 35x5 37x5 Fabric Tires Nrn I'rlie Old Prlie $!).50 $ 12.85 13.30 10.00 IS. 10 18.50 18.20 2 1. GO l!Ui0 22.50 20.25 23.25 21.50 23.70 20.15 29.30 30.65 J. 25.50 27.70 30.15 33.30 34.65 30x3L. 32x31,.. 32x4 33x4 34x4 32x41- 33x4 V- 34x4rt. 35x41-. 36x4 K. 33x5 " 35x5 37x5 Cord Tires Nf I'rlif (Mil I'rlie .S12.il.i 1S.20 21.70 23.80 25.20 30.80 31.50 32.20 32.5)0 33.00 36.80 39.20 42.00 $18.75 23.2." 29.00 30.25 32.00 33.50 35.00 36.00 37.00 38.00 42.00 44.00 46.00 Handsome $45 Bleck Pullman Sleentr Baby : Carriages $29.75 Ea. w. i i- ill! I Smart new model - pictured -In reed nnd weed,1 i-omiiinaiien. run Fixe uphelnlered In corduroy throughout dim 11 en re- MTilble gear- with ntrens uprlnRH and hcay rubber tlrei Whltn enamel, cream ami bnh) blue and whit llnlnlieii. bUCLLCNBURflS Fourth Fleer Display Your Flag On Ail-American Daj April 7th Complete Assortments of Bright, New Flags New Ready trt Lewest Prices in Town U. S. Standard Weel Bunting Flags Size 24 xi ft. (I- qr IS.'..1!-. .""'S25.00 With hf-wedHtarsdnd stripe itnd cana1 heading and prom-met-. U. S. Bulldog Bunting Flags IVIth cow id stars and Htripea nnd cam as heading and jrrem-mctJ. ft. up te $1.50 $14.95 $1.00 Size 2';jU at 1218 ft. at U. S. Stan-Test Cotten Bunting Flags IVIth Ei-wed htripea, i an van 1iailiitrs und Kreniincts, fast 1 mers Size 1x6 ft. at Tapered Weeden Flagpoles TV 1 th ball, truck and lope. 8 ft., T.-.c 10 ft., $1.00 12 ft., SI. 23 Streng Steel Flagpoles Ft 1 window; size S ft. at S2.50 up te 13 ft. nt $5.00 Fer ground; size 13 ft. at S8.30 up te 20 ft., $10.50 CT ,J JC Fourth Tloer lG-Butten-Length Milanese Silk Gloves,$1.39 with SlTV- thelr Wrll-futins slei-s, deublp-tippcd fltiKfiw ke.iblt en aer-eunt of W.1HIHI B ipi.lllt en Pongee. Hlack; Mastic and White 5- -; j-irst Fleer In Our Fourth Fleer Rug- Department ctv Shipment of Colonial and Fiber Rugs $2.50 $1.65 Te Sell at Phenomenal Lew Prices I'rett.v plain i-enUis and figured di'sii !).12 Ce- flJIO QK leniul Uugs A'J-3 8.3l(l.li Ce- fl11 CA leniul Kugs 1J-" 69 Colonial y CA HIJ,.-S . . . 3672 Colonial Hugs . . . 27.5 1 Colonial Hugs 69 IU erhible flJQ QK Fiber Hugs at tDO''7 7.69 Heversible fit $10-75 8.310.6 Hevrsii)le ES $12.75 Uf,0 t f 9x12 Fiber Hugs. . . 95c .Fleer Cever ing. Sq. Yd.... In pretty liaidwoed, pr Heversible $13.50 t 63c. tty l til(. quet und tilt) pattern. " i iEBUR0S Tblrq fajfg- M eJ $ JVKi 81.MJ ' -1!" ?l . 1 v!Wri1 1'" K M . j .. .wPl .1" ir Aa a f&jrt-- 'ir-r;. ?"W; . V RMMHPHPHHIBHHBli.NJfiJLUIMU t f i r. aHHHBaaM - - !'" "I1. ' - T -1 KV .. t .. -? -1 T-T fT r T"- T -7 sr - iii" i iif- fe-Sfc &&. .r LmsvdtiZ mwmww Ma -iVi. "itfk aw. j . 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