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S,M.VVV t, -'WSTCKTCW M"?-i.i- V i ' .nw rv '''"i P rfiWrrT 'i" .. jr EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THJJMDAY, SEPTEMBER &4, 1922 " i , r N ... If1 'I' IflPPY GOLF IN Tn Philadelphia, Thursday, September 14( 1022 .-' Stere Open 9 A. M. te 5:30 P. M. GlMBEL BROTHERS MARKET t CHESTNUT t EIGHTH NINTH Fer First in Fashions Garments, Millinery, FridaV Silks, Furs, Shoes. Fashion has been. very gracious in her con- , A-O "ft l jurings for autumn. . H fffili' s Kjr-ii - j PHILMONT MATCH m m mn Duncan and Mitchell Beat Tay Tay eor and Herd With Best Ball of 67 MATCH AT MERION NEXT Age and youth clashed yestcrdny en the Phllment fnlrwnys, and youth emerged triumphant. Axe wasn't crushed or disgraced or anything like that. In eplte of the weight of mere than half a century, both the sort of golf that one might expect of ( such masters of form. Hut they wcrl faced with the task of defeating two of the finest of the younger English pro fessionals. . , I Geerge Duncan and Abe Mitchell de-tmm-A iiAm e and e (n th& nffurnnan match, which Isn't any overw helming triumph. Mitchell Is the longest driver or one of the longest, nt any rate that ever played the braw and bonny game, while Duncan rates second only te Tayler In the use of the mashie. All of them sock n terrifically long ball from the tee, and gasps of amaze ment gurgled Tin from the gallery at frequent Intervals. The spectator were treated te a rHre taste of the game as It is played In England. All that Duncan and Mitchell had te de te win the match was have a pest ball of 07, three better than par. Their card Is worth a second gmnce: Out in itinAAAl n ft 9 48480444 8 S3 HI I mu. MAitnc mntrh trnn n Srnfrli foursome, which Duncnn and Mitchell nlse wen, te the tune of 4 and 3. It was tbe afternoon battle, though, that drew the biggest gallery and the most Interest. ...1U .. . This i the second exhibition that Jules Mnstbaum has staged at Phll Phll eont, this summer The next big match for the English veterans will be at Merlen en Friday, when they meet Francis Oulmctv for mer open champion of the United States, and Max Marsten, amateur champion of Pennsylvania for the last two ears. The Phoenixville Country Club played its qualifjing round for the club cham pionship en Monday, and match play will DCKin cmurunv. .1. 1 lettjui- nn-.i pens, of l'hocnixille. has given n hand- ! some trophy, known as the Paretv I Uup, wnicn win ee nwuiwa 10 wi winner in the first eight. Prizes v,lll nlse be given the winners in the ether thref eights, as well as the runner up In the championship division Themas B. McAvoy. Jr . wen the medal in the qualifjing round with nn 84. WBmmm TYPEWRITER SPECIAL REMINGTON. NO. 10 S30.00 L. C. SMITH NO, 8 S31.00 UNDERWOOD NO R MO.bU HKNTXT.. 3 MO., M.00 CP RERDII.T OVARANTKKH ON'K T.AJl LIBERTY TYPEWRITER CO. A. O. MeGlnthrry W. L. Trlckltt rhnnr: Flltwrt 82J8 i10?9 CIIESTNt'T AT.. rlIII.A. j3ercCepCs MALTED MILK ALL OF THE l nourishment and feed value of malted milk-but a delicious choc olate flavor, tee. CORNS Lift Off with Fingers "pi11 & Doesn't hurt a bit! Drep a little Treezene" en an aching corn, in stantly that corn steps hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fin gers. Truly! Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of 'Freezene" for a few cents, sufficient te remove every hard corn, soft corn' or corn between the tees, and the calluses, without soreness or irrita tien.Advt Subway Stere Ceat Sale Extraordinary 1700 Smart Winter Coats 37 Styles 150 "Read Salesmen's Samples" Included 19 Values $30 te $50 Mostly Silk-Lined Many Fur-Cellared All Women's Sizes up te 52 All Misses' Sizes s 4 I And as many $50 Coats as $30 Coats included that's the Kind of a Sale it 19! 1200 Are Street and Dress Coats j Fabrics Styles Belivias se soft! Se fine! Suedines. Velours. Even chameistynes among the sample coats I Straight-line coats. Bloused coats (there's a perfect craze for bloused coats this Fall). Wrap-coats with the new man darin sleeves. Wrap-coats with flaring Japanese sleeves and a great big tassel dangles from each point. Embroidered wraps. Wraps with border-embroidery. Wraps with sleeves embroidered. Wraps with lattice-embroidery. Fur Cellars Celers Enormous cellars whether of cloth or of fur. Fur cuffs en some. And the furs? Mostly the popular beaverette, although there are some with opossum cellars, some with even great, fluffy cellars and cuffs of moufflen. Browns, of course, leadevery shade I Jan reindeer cocoa Malay dark brown rust. And these blues Copen hagen, Sorrento, navy and midnight. Black, tee. 500 Are Stunning Mannish Sports Coats Embroidered Velour, Fur Cellar, $19 Herringbones. Mixtures. Plaid-backs. Deuble-faced. Seft tans. Woodsy browns. And the very prettiest grays ever! Mostly in the new longer length. Raglan sleeves. Set-in sleeves. Storm cellars. Storm cuffs. Buckle belts, pockets. Storm pockets. Big, big buttons. Be Early for These 150 Sample Coats! Patch j Embroidered Velour With Fur Cellar, $19 m- ' ImA 111 B"':''JlHi-iJB JB ' iBi I Embroidered Sundine, 019 Embroidered Chameiityne with Fur CelUr and CufTt,$19 Suedine with Fur Celar, $19 Belivia with Fur Cellar, $19 Plaid-Back Coating, S19 Veleur with Fur Cellar, $19 Embroidered V.leur with Embroidered Velour with Fur Deuble-Faced Coating Fur Cellar, $19 Cellar and Cuffi, $19 with Fur Collari Gimbels, Subway Stere. and Guff, $19 We Bought a Large Dealer's Stock of Sewing Machines at a Fraction of Regular Prices This Sale Will Be in Progress as Leng as Quantities Last KM! New Heme : $27 Demestic : $22 y ii mi 1P Sewing machines of well-known makes. Taken ever at a fraction of their worth from a dealer here in Philadelphia some fleer samples, ethers slightly used but all carefully gene ever by our experts te see that they are in perfect condition. All marked way under the regular retail prices in many instances under the wholesale cost of machines of the same grade. Because quantities in certain styles are limited we are unable le fill mail orders. uv Wiw 8 lira! w-m White Rotary Machine : $25 Weekly $ - Terms J. v: "! . Machine : $25 Keyetene : $19 Ne Interest Ne Extras Wheeler and WiUen : $17 Singer $35 Ruby : $17 Demestic : $17 Singer : $25 CaSe? ?$S Waltham s l These Machines from Our Own Stock -Reduced " " f ' ii M.v7,29 C3L.7S, M.,rf $55 cjrr (JlmtttU, Fourth Heer. J 3 fr& 'j fi i'i.i. f-.