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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, May 23, 1922, Night Extra, Image 17

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MM LEGION TEAM
Legan P9t ,89Ue8 Broadea9t
Challenge te Others of
Organization
GIRLS WILL PRESENT PLAY
Legan Test, Ne. 370, American
LMten, is erenIrlnB rifle tenm, with
prnctlce Iinmedl
ntcly, and since
none of its mem
ber are wrnngern
! te the use of n rifle,
i it will shortly be
! renctv for matches
' with the legion
teams. ,. ,
'"I inK, which ir In -
M.niellv (lie first held in rti new
S euarteri nt 4738 Old Yfc end,
.Mt riM-rultM were enrolled i.
"ffe'pn't m ncccptcd luvlHttlen
I attend patriotic, services te be held
J,' 8uniln in ZI6n Protestant Epls-
"Prt'membc.s will meet en Sunday
mnrnlnu nt hcadqunrters and march te
(he church.
Hnvmend K. .Greeley Pet Ne.- 01
inarransinB n circus. This out of the
.trflMN - n has followed a long
$" of conferences with the manaKc
2 'of one of the better known
SrnlvalR. The circus will be staged
t Fiftieth and Spruce streets, dm
&KU of Iay 20 te .Tunc a.
There will be dogs, ponies, fat
SSing of ferrla wheels, "submarine
X," merry - se rounds, roller
ceacters and cane ringing booths.
Tonight, Lawrence R. Dclaney I'esi
will meet at 0."7 North Twenty-second
itrrct Ther will hae ns their guest
'FhfhtinR Tee" Thompson, commander
f the Lesien In Pennsjlvanln. .Tnmes
Jicnurtle, (halrmnn of Dclaney Pest's
Entertainment Committee, has an
nounced that n smoker will be Riven
Mrly next month. The proceeds of
this affair will be used in paying off the
mortgage en the pest's present head
quarters. Yeeman Pet K. Ne. 50, is Increas
ing rapidly In membership. A charter
was signed at the last meeting. The
dramatic club of the pest plans te re
Mat its hugely successful presentation
It "Mrs. Black's Pink Tea."
Gaa Dees
It Better
J1lllBff"",MlW lfW
Term
Payment
New Kitchen Ideas for Yeu
Yeu will find .many of them in the Gas Ranges and
Gas Water Heaters new being displayed at all U. G. I. stores.
Enamel finish is the thing today. Improvement in operation
and results will also be noted in the new models.
' Call, or ask us te send, a representative.
THE UNITED GAS IMPROVEMENT CO.
PERCERJ
V MOTOR II I
CARSJ I
CHILDREN TO GIVE DANCES
Clatiei Frem Noyes Scheel Will Be
Seen This Evening
MIm Alice Kraft and a group of
children from the Noyes Scheel of
Rhythmic Expression will give a pro
gram of interpretative dances this eve
ning at the Art Alliance.
Among the hostesses will be Mrs.
Harrison K. Caner, Jr., Mrs. D. A.
Davenport, Miss Emily de Coursey,
Mm. Geerge M. Dorrance, Miss Mar Mar
jerle Falconer, Miss Helen Flelsher,
Mrs. Malcolm Hibbs, Mrs. Geerge H.
Lerlmer, Mrs. A. D. Marshall, Mrs.
Imogen OaUej, Mrs. Francis It. Pack
ard, Mrs. H. L, Snvne, Miss Amy
Smith, Mrs. W. J. Turner and Mrs.
8amucl Woodward.
Reputation
Sustained quality for years has made
Mercer America's leading car.
Mercer reputation rests en invariable
owner satisfaction.
Curran-McDevitt Moter Ce., Inc.
933 North Bread St.
Phene, Poplar 8180
I Phem
Open Eveningi
Chartered 1836
Safety is Net
the Only Consideration in the
Selection of Your Bank
In establishing banking connections financial stability
is of course trie first consideration. But you have a
right te expect much mere than merely the safety of
your funds and the cashing of your checks. In ether
words Service Convenience.
Among the features of this Company's Banking
Service are:
2fe interest credited periodically en accounts carrying
proper balances. A monthly statement mailed te each
depositor showing the exact state of his bank balance.
Ten tellers' windows. Thus, in spite of the volume of
business daily transacted, clients depositing funds or
cashing checks are served with the least possible delay.
If desired all deposits may be made by mail.
The location of the Company at Bread and Chestnut
Streets is in itself a convenience. Fer women clients a
well appointed rest and writing room is provided.
Totheyeunger business man or "woman or the younger
business firm, the advantage of strong banking con
nections might well be an important consideration.
Your account will be cordially welcomed. Fer further
information, address the Service Department.
BROAD AND CHESTNUT STREETS. PHILADELPHIA
Capital and Surplus EFFINGHAM B.MORRIS Member Federal
)10,000,q00. president Reserve System
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tArl
Handsome
Lace Tunics
Fer the Fashionable
All-Lace Gowns
at $12.95 Ea-
Rich 50-inch lace flounces,
made up into beautiful
tunics, requiring but a slip
te transform them into the
stunning lace gowns new in
vogue. Easily adjusted te
any width and length.
Choice of Black, White
and Shantung
$1.50 Satin-Finish
Radium All- QAp
Overs at, Yard.. '
Pure silk, 36-lnch .all .all
evers in brown, gray, navy
and a few light "evening"
shades. In beautiful (scroll,
rose and leaf designs, high
ly lustrous and very effec
tive. Mail orders filled.
M V TUESDAY, MAT t
Snei
1 f ENTIRE BU
50c te $1.50 Camisole
Yokes at 29c, 50c, ,
69c and 98c Each
I I
Tomorrow a Big Sale of .
Children's Pantalette
Dresses
Of Sturdy Chambray or White Madras
at $1.00 Each
iyfc ft v
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Three Big
NotienValues
Fer Wednesday
A Sale of Scissors and
Shears
The biggest and best
values we have been able
te offer for some time.
at OPT Pair
25c
Scissors of all descrip
tions go into this won
derful sale at this ex
traordinary low price.
Yokes made of fine
mercerized cotton filet
mesh in a variety of pat
terns and widths. Fin
ished with ribbons and
dainty straps of galleen
bands te match the laces.
Sizes 36 te 44. Mail
orders filled.
SNEI.LENBURGS First Fleer
Tomorrow's Flower
Shep Special
$1.50 Baskets
of 6 Grewing
Plants
In Bleem, Qgc
f. 1 1 ...1ft m 114 nstwtMle flfria.
running meneis in excellent mu ium.-iii.-j, n.i..
tivelv trimmed with contrasting color stitching and em
broidery. 2 te 6 year sizes.
Splendidly acrviceabU becoming little frocks that will
leek well, wear well and stand repeated tubbings. Werth
buying bg the half dozen at this remarkably low price.
Three sketched.
Unexcelled Assortments of
Nursery Furniture & Kemfy Kribs
In Our Infants' Department at Popular Prices
bNELLEtJBURflS Second Fleer
AirifRL
SNEi ' FNBURTjS First Fleer
Tomorrow a Sale of
Women's 50c te 59c Vests
In All Sizes at QyQ Ea. 3 for $100
Regular, extra and double- extra sizes. Fine ribbed.
Band and crochet tops. SNELLFNBfRflS First Fleer
Anether Fine
Shipment of 3600
Pairs of
Children's
Imported Socks
at25cPr.
Full fashioned, in white
grounds with fancy colored
tops and all-ever pretty
striped effects; also plain
colors and white; sizes 5 te
The very finest value we
have been able te offer for
many years.
SNELLENBURflS First Fleer
We're Ready With
Complete Stocks of
American Flags
for Memerial
5000 Pairs (? Pair
Shee Laces. . Wv
Black, white and colors.
" 10,000 Water
proof Shopping
Bags
at 6C Each
ShellenbureS yrant&
Spot Cash Purchase
of 1200
Beys' $1.50
Spert Blouses
Te Sell at .
Each
Extraordinary Pre-Decoraiien 1HV
Clean-Up of ff
Men's and Yeung Men's
Spring and Summer
Suits
Reduced Right Out of Regular Stock
Reg. $30.00, $33.00 and $35.00 Suits
at $21 ea.
Reg. $37.50, $40.00 and $45.00 Suits
at $26 ea.
Reg. $47.50 and $50.00 Suits
at $31 ea.
Students' $25.00 te $35.00 One- 01 Q f(
and Twe-Trouser Suits at, Ea. viw
Men's $25 te $37.50 Topcoats at, J900
Men's $7.e0 and $8.50 Fancy CM OK
Trousers at, Pair iP.vv
Men's $12.50 AU-Weel White 0Q HA
Flannel Trousers at, Pair P.vv
Absolutely cold-water shrunk.
SNELLENB'JRCS Third Fleer
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Flag Poles, Staffs and
Brackets.
All at the Lewest
Prices in Town!
SheIlenburcS Fourth Fleer
97c
'' r
(SHIR
12ic
Just what the boys will
need for Decoration Day!
Of fine satin-stripe mad
ras, in a large variety of
atti active new patterns, en
light and medium grounds.
All made te our spe
cial order, beautifully
tailored and finished
throughout. Splendid
value! Sizes 6 te 16
years.
SNELLLHBURCS Flrgt Kleer
Large Stocks of
Beautiful
Artcraft
Wall Papers
Cut te 1-2, 1-3 and
Even 1-4 of
Regular Prices
25c and 30c
Parjers. Rell. .
. Plain stripe, allover floral
and floral stripe bedroom
papers. Sold in combina
tion with matching borders
at 10c and lZ'jc yd.
35c te 45c
Pnners. Rell
Plain oatmeal, conven
tional figurrd gTass cloth,
striped designs and two
tone blends.
Binders or cutout border
te match at 7'jc te 15c yd.
15c and 20c Papers, K
Pretty floral bedroom and
block kitchen papers. Sold
in combination with match
ing borders at 5c te 10c yd.
Paperhangers' Toels
and Paste at
Reasonable Prices
SneTlembUrgS Fourth F'oer
15c
Closing Out a Small
Let of Higli-Gradc
$18 Genuine
Italian Steel
Reed
Accordions
At About yz Price
$9.85 Ea-
Accordions in highly pol
ished walnut frames with
attractively decorated
panels. N'ickcl - plated
heavy Stradella frame cor
ners, 21 pearl-button keys,
8 pearl-button basses, 4
sets of genuine steel reeds
and long bellows with 16'
folds and metal bellows
corners and new - style
tightening clasps.
bNELLbNBURGS Fifth Fleer
li
Mid-Week News from Our Great Sale of HOUSEFURNISHINGS
$32.00 Refrigera
tors, $19.95
$19.00 3-Burner
16-Inch Oven
Gas 11 QC
Steves .
Gelden oak. whlte
enamel Inside finish re
frigerator, bold en the
Club Finn.
$55.00 Leenard
Clean-as-a-China
Dish Refriger-
ater $33.50
irTnBI
One-plece white por
celain lined round-cer-n
e r porcelain feed
chamber. Sold en Club
Flan.
ThU U the cheapest
and nr.t refrigerator
anywhere.
$35 Gas Cookers
$26.95 each
High-grade combina
tion even and broiler
gas cookers with 18
Inch broiler evens and
thermometer in deer.
145.00 High-Grade
Oak Kitchen
Cabinet, $28.50
$9.50 White
Enamel Kitchen
Tables, $4t95
HI
With white porcelain
tepi and drawer. Slight
Imperfections which de
net Impair thelr nerv
tceablllty. Slze 26x41.
FP
$2.25 Wa nut
Finish'
$1.69
HI
U. S. Government
Short Handle
Steel Picks
Werth r, Time Their
Prlre
At
23cE
Each,
Made rxnreiilv for
the Government.
15c Britts Best
Powdered Am
monia Compound,
3 for 29c
reSgTS..
Whitens clothes, soft.
ens water, cleanser, dis
infectant. Will net In
jure finest fabrics
55c Metal Wash
Beard 35c
White enamel finish
Interior, 3 drawers,
white eliding porcelain
top Deep glass sugar
Jar and eplcc Jan.
Sold en Club Finn,
All-White Enamel
Cabinet, S33.00
$2.90 3-Pc. Garden
Sets, (M CO
Complete 31-J0
X
Consisting of 10-teeth
sieei raxe, iuu size gar
den hoe.
Imported
Decorated
Utility
Baskets
Sep)i
e
imna
O
at 30c, 50c,
75c, $1.15 Ea.
Covered baeketi deco
rated w 1th glass head
and rings and tassels
useful for a hundred
practical purposes and
very attractive looking.
Screen Deers,
$1.98
Size 2 x6 fi
walnut
stained
Window
Screens
15 x 33,46c
(18 x 33, 18c
21 x33, .-18c
24 x 37, Hec
$1.35 Galvanized
Bushel Ash (7Q
Baskets ... c
American Porcelain Dinner Sets
$5.98
$12 51-Piece Sets at
Complete Service for Six
Medallion decorations; geld-line handles
and edge of a pretty Colonial shape. Slight
imperfections.
$26.50 American
Porcelain
D;rr $15.75
At r ft est Q 7C
50 WO f
Keg. 12.
BO nieces with floral
spray decorations, gelfl
line eoge ana nanaies
American
Porcelain
Dinner Sets
$19.98
J11V 100.
I'lrre srt(
n. .in ae. (in no
VJ A. XJ.&O
Plrr. et
t'eln ceIA Pind ; matt
grid handles Open stock
pattt m
Reg. 75c Thin
Blown Glass Guest
Sets 4 ET Set
at.
e;
U
Water bottle and tum
bler the Jitter bemg
ue ! k a cover Floral
cut nj.
Reg. 7.")C Yellow
Earthen Mixing
Bowl Sets. ,IOrt
1 te S In
lPlll t. 7, s
Hand-Painted China at 25c te $5
Regular eOc te $e.00
Hundreds &
hundreds of
pieces, in a
t r emendeus
v a i i e ty of
styles al'
sorts of
unique
shapes
and attractive decorations. Very attractive
Rift supfjestiens.
Salad bowls, chocolate nets. cuns and sau
cers, marmalade jars, nut sets, plates, etc.
Tmtj? vy&j jvsS?cBf
Reg. S3.25 Thin
Blown Glass
Regular $20.00
Electric Shower
$1.69
Ice Tea
Set
1 1 ST) "br j
'Mil-1-' m-
fu grpe design con
sisting of co ered p tell
er U I'jtnblrrs and six
tube y. i tea ppern
M p e s.
Reg. $2.00 Crystal
Glass Fruit (J-
Bowl M
$1.15 Heavy Gal Gal
vanizedCerrugated Garbage HQ
Cans iJ
U. S. Government Weed
Utility Bexes.
19c
Complete
separate
inside
metal
case and
cever: can
he used
for dozens
of pur
poses As
Illustrated.
Size 6x9 Hx
18 Inches.
Excellent for pcklng.
Reg. $8.50
Electric Table
Lamps
$4.95
Handsome, mahogany mahegany
flnlnhed lamtia. fltte.l
With twn.llirht eltialnp
cord and Plug: lane
polished. Choice of three
patterns.
$8.00 lfi-Inch
Indirect Lighting
Fixture
$3.98
j
A
Marbellzed glass bowl
fitted complete for gaa
or eUetric light.
t r mp'plii It il lllf
si U shn, Varmtij n .
rs hii s in pen
$3.25 Metal
Electric Boudoir
Lamps
bpecial, 01 OK
Pnmnleln WAily
t.7Ct.
ssr
Verv iittrsirtiirt hnu.
deir lamp In Unlit blue
pink or lverv--hignb
pelltilicd II 'h Corn Cern
plete uitli decorated
parchment bhadeg in va
rious designs.
$11.50 ,
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Itii brnrjn lni,h 4
' Kl ' i i ti shower.
I e tn tIf t r ltd llreo llree
rntt'il (ilnlirn.
Reg. $1(5.50 Ma-hegany-Finished
s,r sn.50
Adjustable arm Com Cem Com
plfte with Hllk shade.
$2 Mahogany
Finish Serving
Trays, $1.39 .
'.m
lined OvmI or oblenjr M.jv ..
"hape. ',Si '
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