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v. ' ' i ?. ri?TTl Trt jmernF. ; 'iW. PWi? & .-f V' mmA ,ttt " EVENING PUBLIC '$m& AS. Z LEDGE ,;: v LADELFm u: v-'fV ' .ffTi iiSSi iONDAYvreElV12, 1922 VY - ?. TWW''. tSw ' ' t j , . n . ' . '- iA; ft 3r : Ik lskri7 .' m w ' ' in tfVt r1- s ,f Ki The Daily Novelette The Wishing Ring Tl.v MI.Y WANDKIi "llll- .Mlll'ii. I -lllll'l., n-.uv: Ainered by Its hlter. te be Tell if In t'nele ?! &lnul. who flint hlmxclf in tin MtifT.N f9 WeM librnrv mul minks i iimim w nayvi iMrilm tbln old. lonemr count r nlncM ali.f Hm Iield nut our tliiimbt 'Iherc. '.iiV'titUH i , I cot It in one of ). nzirewn i ft1 f :ta old tcmple or Knjnuianii mm u. tfUppOseU in niivp iii'- iim-i "b Mwcr. Tlie Mjmg IS mill ii vunme widen nerd only turn the ring three ,85tlme nreund her finger nml Wsn for ll.. .. I .!......... nii.1 in tttlt a--;in mini w hit uicnun " " ff.nppar." , "Muck O'Dnlc! "Seu perfectly filly itnnn." Hut her ejr-s limned with in terest. "v -tiielv Iiiim' In en In Tndin .tee Ions. V lime n new iiuiid, n( sentimental lliliij;. I'll let her test the ting:" "IJllt ill" te tell her In jhM' lit r eyes when nlie nmkes the lli." wnrmd Mack urnel.. "(ineil-bj. I'll tee jeu at dinner. Arline." Bottomless mjHtrrlc mid lnipreunn- "We secrets weie linked In the chnnnij i of India. Arline nau wen tow. nan tircBemp old Murk O'Dnlc captured , something In that land of injntlcim that had c-caped the letlms of the Sjeccult? She had net bicn m genuinely czclteil for jenr. ' "I wonder." she mused. "If this would be a jfnnd place te trj it. rlpht lipre en the lawn with net u -ill in Kljjht." Vcrj p-r.it win her tie! re for her .li te tnme true. Inn sub on en on wleilsl slie had iu Inith in the power of the rlns. I She elesed her ejes and. wNhlnc for the Ideal man. tumid the rtns eulckl three times around her little thumb, and then, half afraid, opened her eyci. Before her lay the green lawn, the flowering busies, a bit of the country turnpike, nnd the path leading te the houge and net n soul in sight. She laughed, the bitter mirth of disappoint ment, tlngeJ with real anger, toward Mack when, without the slightest warn ing, a jeung ninu Mrede around the tide of the home, a stranger, tall, brown mid handsome, a modern Adenit. Arline gasped, her heart peundlug. It enme ilirectlr toward her with a tlclnie nillitnr stride, his chin tlltcil ' impcrieuslj und smoldering black eyes. I She had net had a detinltr picture of I the man of her dremns, but new she I knew that net cen In her fondest f.incA she could Itnpwe en this man. He had tome! ' "I beg ,veur pardon!" spoke the. Adenis as enn as he e.unc near enough. "Am I Intruding?" "I have been expet ting you." an- nwered Arline softly, "Whnt? That's remarkable you see, I was trjltig out mv brakes ami something mudq me step right here and " j Arline nme rieter: he felt justified i in doing in. "It is quite unexplnlnnble, I knew . I used te ridicule these things i the unseen, roil knew " ' lie smlleil the most wonderful smile. "I bellee smiled the i ngine. but Imagine m surprise when I looked up and saw this house--I was born here!" "Wonderful!" breathed Arline. tlnspluc lift h.iniN tlghtl together te lelicie bciself of l lie tremendous emo tion thnt filled her. "I knew It," agreed the voting man , with enthusiasm. ' I just had te get ,feut I wanted te ask permission te go J ever the phec. 1 wonder " Arline shjlj put her fingers en his coat hkec. "Let us show you every thing eetne!" It was almost a caress. "Will ou? That's mighty geed of you, but just wait a moment." Arline looked up inquiringly, lnrdly able te keep her lips from pursing invitingly. I , "I'll Just skip buck te the car." tie- i dared the euii; man gcnl.ill., "and ilget m lfe: she'd lne te see if, tee." H Arllue's tingers fell away as if she ' ifld been bin lit. She managed te inut- ' "" ter something aiipreprlatc and tht n lire, I Almest ii.iiilc-stricken. she ran in through tlie garden into the orchard. I and close te the hedge that separated j the grounds from the public read she I flung herself Mint burst Inte angry sobs i In a couple, of minutes she sat up, wiped her tears awaj and smiled. i "If was just accidental, his coming. Mack's foolish old ring is net worth wearing, but " she considered it vrlth a giggle, "shall I try it again ' just for fun. just te prove that It Is a fakeV" And tralghtwni she closed her eyes, wished and turned the ilng thre times. .She opened them and lenketl into the merriest pilr of blue ejes she had eer seen. TIipj belonged tn suniebedy en l the ether side of ihe hedge. "Helle, there," -air! the owner of I the merry cjes. who nln had a jellj Telce. "I've been looking for some'- j body te tnlk te- arc jeu thc!goec girl or the milkmaid?" I "Ne," answered Arline aucily. "I'm t tending the apple trees here's inji switch te i hasp naught mi awaj'l from bothering them!" "Oh. I'm net Inti rested m trees,' he lailgheil. "but leuhlut you le.we theni a few meini nts ami i mne for a rltle?" She jumped up. I nes aflame ready fur remanee mid athenture. "Come en, hurrj !" beggt d the ,eung man, "just a spin while the hes's !lnd his wlfp nrp looking eer this place I" Arlinc'n mouth dropped ''M'r se sllghtlj as she turned abruptly away. " It was humiliating te have almost 'fallen in love with a chauffeur! In the darkened drawing room she cried out her rage and mortification l en the thuenpert. Something pressed cuttingly against her lint cheek. Slit took her liundu nway from her face; it was the thumb ring. "The cruele-t kind of a joke!" slip whispered. ' when I'm famished for remami! Humbug' 1 "rnud !" Then a glwiin of tlei islen ame In her ees. "I'll show jtnj up you old, horrid thing! I'll tr. jeu out here, right In the house nothing short of absolute magic will nuke ii; man nppenr. I'ncle is awaj and Mack la In the Ullage. New!" lead feri th crucial test. "This will end it, I thia pagan stuff!" She twlMcd the ring with closed eyes, wishing, waited a j moment and looked, Nobody appeared, i . absolute silence reigned. ' J She Bmlled, relleed, hut dlnp ilKlnted. T'hcn, eie-ik. creak, t reak ! Terrified she waited, htr eyes lued 'en Ihe tlner. S'ewlt It opined and there steed Mack! v Arline did net knew hew it hap pened, but she was in his arms w.irmlv ruddled against his rough tout "I ( did net go te the lllage mijwaj." he1 expiaineu. -i wns airaiu mat jeu i might trv nut the ring and " r,I did," she laughed happily, con- , tentedly, "and jeu are the result!" 'Thfi ring Drought us happiness," I HUgteited Mack. "Shall it be jour 'engagement ring?" Arline smiled. "I de net care for 6. 'jw myatic, tin ordinary diamond will ictpvriet e IK'3. hu llir MWrlrr V-u jpnpn-&vntlratf C-: Sundav Scheel t'Celllnjswt nil, . Official Resigns J.. June 1L Ur. Waley .1. Hurrett, of ,V)(l t'neper htrft, Cmndun. prcsidtitt of the Cuni rteh County Sunday Scheel Assmda- nn, hint lenuercil tils iclgnatlun, te i.etTcct Unmetllately, tluc te pressure ftutdne. If Die iiKsocintien hcitdIr fMlfiiatien. the ice president, the i;.,H' uencn, of unmden. will rprliarrclt until the fall elac- fttfir g' 1 -., . "t iVrf Fer Tuesday Stere Hours, 9 A. M. te 5.30 P. M. "Readi-Sew" children's garments ready-cut and rcady-cmbreidercd pretty; coat little. Notion Section, First deer. Gimbel Brethers MARKET 'CHESTNUT: 'EIGHTH NINTH Philadelphia', Monday, June 12, 1922 Feri Tuesday Sports? Automobile Accessories? a new and enlarged service en Fourth fleer. Dimity Nightgowns and Chemises Seme With Celer Bindings jQftg Sale-Priced Tite suit of "ptacti cal nvvelty" that is ur popular ith the elder woman as it is with the college girl. Seme arc lace trimmed in as nevl ways as the color is applied te the ethers. $2.95 Tub Silk Petticoats at $1.95 Thicc-inch hem. Hemstitched. $1.25 Sateen Petticoats at 85c Deublo panel. Deep hem finish. $3.95 Philippine Lingerie Petticoats at $1.95 Hand-embroidered, hand-scalloped flounces. Hand-scalloped f, . . V i - A f'l'iWr ''l" ill 11 4 W' 1 fit' I I jiff I White Habutai. Deuble panel. dust-ruffles. Ctmbflf. Second fleer. Werth Ordering the Car a Bit Early Fer Werth Running Up Frem the Slwre Fer Werth Telegraphing Frem the Mountains Fer Twe Sale Groups of Women's Loveliest Hand-made Summer Dresses from Paris at $19.75 at $29.75 Seven styles in the $1,9.75 sale-reup. Seven styles in the $29.75 sale-group. Sayings are mostly half! Mostly sheer exquisitely French voiles; but French "Hleurnya crepes," tee; and perfectly wonderful linens every weight, from sheerest handkerchief linen te the heavier, tailery types of French linens. Hand-embroidered ; hand-drawn ; hand hand fageted ; hand-work-individualized ! White with coral binding, tearese with black, leather color, pink, sun-yellows, sea greens, storm-blues, weed-violets. Sizes 34 te 48. (.Im'twM. alenn of Druu, Third fleer. $29.75 $29.75 Coel Geergettes With Lace-S urepe ae'L'hine French Cotten Voiles Over-Blouses Special $g All fabrics that tub like new or better! , A Georgette model nict-trimmed A crepe de chine model Irish.' trimmed. A crepe dc chine slip-en (ilct. ti inimcd. A French volle model tuck-Valenciennes-trimmed. A.French voile model Irish-Valenciennes-trimmed. GlmbtU, Salen of Dremi, Thin) fleer. and and 100 Mere of These Wonderful Pure Silk Sweaters Se Wonderful At $18.75 that the only ether time we could tell about them, they didn't last- out the day! Twe styles both Tuxedos the variation being in the stitches. Black, navy, white, pink, tan, jade green, jockey red, flame. And nil sizes. Glmbelf, Salens et nrt. Third fleer. Silver-Plated Hellew Ware Makes Acceptable Gifts Bread Trays, Water Carriers, Flower Baskets, Rell Baskets, Regularly $2.50 special at $1.95 Regularly $15 special at $7.95 Regularly $6.50 special at $4.95 Regularly $5.50 special at $3.50 Four-Piece Tea Sets, Regularly $25 special at $16.95 Baking Dishes, Regularly $16.50 special at $10 (rlmtwtfi. first fleer. New Cerselettes of Gingham and Elastic at $2.50 Coelest, cutest "sports" and negligee "corsets." Fine for bathing, herscbutk-riding, tennis and all summer sports. And think hew easily they'll tub! A combination brassiere nnd hip confiner with hose supporters attached. Dainty pink, blue and lavender check gingham; wide clastic insets ever hips. GlmtwW, rink LeMtt hop. Second fleer. Women's Coel Knit Underwear Regular and Extra Sizes Union Suits Fine lisle nnd cotton ribbed suits in all btylcs. Bodice or built-up shoulder. Manufacturer's sample line. Values up te $2 special at 78c. Vrsts Fine lisle and cotton ribbed vests in pink of white with bodice or built-up shoulder tops. Values up te $1 special at 38c. Bleemers and Step-ins In pink or white, and made for a manufacturer's sample line. Splendid value at 38c. Ctmbeln, rirt fleer. LgJ i lif Little Children' "Fairy-Like" Dresses A OR for 6-95 te yVD $13.75 Values Samples from a house that makes only exquisite things. Fine Swiss organdies. Real lace hand-cmbreidcry rich, dainty two-tone ribbons the sweetest garnitures! White nnd a few lovely petal shades. Ages 2 te G. (llmtirU, hrtsnd fleer. Tomorrow Second Day of the Great "OddmenV Sale 7600 Pairs of Women's Regu lar $7.50, $8 and $9 Lew Shoes $3.65 I'lftity of white 'hoes every type! And this is especially interesting te eung women dainty satin nnd patent pumps and two-tone sports shoes. Ecrybedy's size in some style. r,tmbfl. fhee Mere , Srcend fleer. Something Coel? Misses' Dresses Sale-Grouped at' $12.75 include The coolest printed cotton voiles, in the coolest colorings and the most satis factory midsummer equivalent of spring's silks that ever happened! Organdies, tee crisp enough te "stand away" from you. Linens that arc easy te get in and out of. And ginghams that have a world of style te them. And Sale-Greup d al $16.50 Tailored silk pongees nn idea bor ber bor tewrd front tropical countries Coel tub hilks. Organdies. Dotted Swisses. 1 1- te 16-yrar sizes. Olmtwlii, salon of Urn,, riilril ller. lHBa. Big Stock Frem a of Sewing Machines Taken Over New England Dealer and Selling At a Fraction of Their Original Prices rfei Keystone, $19 Keystone Cabinet Machine, $25 Sewing machines of well-known makes. Seme new fleer sam ples, ethers slightly used but all put in perfect condition. All marked May under the reg ular retail prices in many in stances under the wholesale price. Because quantities in certain styles are limited, we cannot fill mail orders". Va-rg: Singer, $35 Singer, $25 Weekly $ Terms "Free," $25 1 Ne Interest Ne Extras "S . IH ' RoflJicflKajPSeH Demestic, $17 iftjgxjjfjF'J JlA Standard, $19 Wheeler & Wilsen Machine at $15 Our Own Stock of Machines at Big Reductions htjTf ML Pt y-nr. fV fTf 1 1 t" tUT1 New Willard Machine, $39 Ne Mail Orders New Willard Cabinet, $47 Gimbels Demestic Machin? $55 Fourth Fleer Demestic Cabinet, $69 Ne Mail Orders Just 32 Three-Pc. Living-Roem Suites '$1CC Values $350 te $450 ( U Sb'N t "m 'iBft n Kwi We illustrate one design of these suites, full-siVe luxurious dacnperts, high-wing chair, lux urious arm chair made with spring backs, spring seats, loose spring cushions, spring arms, outside ., - , """""t nil- -huhk itmiuniii. coverings et nne veleurs or 'iirrn iu-tui uir .Tin.i. values $;ji)U Ulltl ?4&0, tapestry. Set of Queen Anne Dining-Roem Chairs in Mahogany, $45 5 Side Chairs and One Armchair Hampton Arm Chairs -&Hmlxn Wing :&',K2 Old English Chairs or m ?fa 5 Jw&m t' MI-HP I i 5J i" 'i t nt) jpir X4 jKT -flf 14 1 V ii ri eacKs, Solid Mahogany Arms, Asserted Coverings, at $25 Each Values $10 te . .&&- 1s? ei ... m. Rockers ; Carved Frames, Scats, Usually Priced $40 te $50, Special at $20 Each fuH L v) "."T) Clians as illustrated, maheg any frames, high backs, bread slip seats covered in genuine leather. Special, $4,i for C pieces Value $75. iL-( ' L' Series of Library Tables, Different Designs, at $20 Each Values $30 te $50 $50 Davenport Tables as Illustrated at $25 Each (.lmM. MMli fleer. Stenographers' Single Pedestal Desks at $29.75 Regularly $35 Pictuie shows the style. High-grade con struction, made te meet Ge eminent specifications. A big Gimbel a order reduced the price te jeu te Other specials in H.il-tep Desks -50-inch at $35.75, Value $J2 55-inch at $37.75, Value $41 60-inch at $39.75, Value $46 uimufii, umee rurnlturr, Ketenlli deer, 'jjg; " U fS: ii i r Wail and Phent Oritri Filltd Saint Day RtwW Summer Beverages r.OO cases Lenex Sparkling Ginger Ale. Heet iJeer or Sarsaparilla, case a dozen, 1 Ac .t.2."; dozen, $1,63; bottle Z Victory Coffee (umbels Popular Dry Jteast Prec- d1 1 C ess Coffee, special at 5 lbs J1.0 Cup e' Comfert Coffee 5000 lbs. received fresh from the Keaster; J8e value, in 26-, 10-, or 4-lb, lets at, OKn Strawberry Preserves Lenex lliniid, in 5-lb. pails; .fl.05 1 QtC wtltic; special at , JJv Sharpless Milk Acorn Hi and Premium Wrapper, rich Qc cieaiiij Al ilk: doyen cans, 95c. or can. . . I 1500 Aimeur'a Smoked Ox Tongues, i OQr 15c ulue, lb. at OL 500 Lenex Selected Lean Sugar- 90. urcd Hams, lb. at 0t" tiimMi., rur reed store, tbrilnut flrrt abw '.ySKWi rr-i 33 s5KvJuj tI.. . w Sfri .2 ( indw'r aa , - K S'tfij 1. w yw.'Mi u, c ... "stiijite.. . , fc.KH W JkJ!J52 -MM di mCmMMM l.iTa J-'M i '"'VMHMMMWia - 1m&hM..M,a yr. iY Kmf -"Mir iMJtJlii Iim-aMIrt iiii ilit -- iMMm,tfwirai-,i,,-,-iM mi .Vl '..,2. !.... ."r7f .. ,rl .. l-. .&w " w' r-vfx nr'rtwvsw"!. 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