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Dr. Marien
Park, New President
0f Bryn Mawr, Advises
Her Charges
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LACE DESIGN TRAPS
CAR THEFTSUSPECT
Peddler Arrested in Harrisburg
When He Offers Stelen
Goods Fer Sale
MACHINE IN COLLISION HERE
ROBBED DURING VACATION
Man Return te Find Silverware
Taken Aute Tires Stelen
Sfvprnl reblicrlPH wei'p ifperlnl te tlm
police tetln.v. Wllllnm IteiKiiniii, of
WOO North JJrenil strrpt. wlirn Iio re
liirnpfJ .veMerrtny from n eiimiiirr nrn nrn
lien, diirevmii thnt silver In- MtliH"
nt ?I0" tifi'I ImPti tn!rn from the Iieic-p
ftein'n tlnie iliirliiK tlin wimnirr.
Itiibbrr tlrrs iiliird nt S'JOO ;crc
Ktelrn lt iilRht fiem the Hern of tin-
iNnllennl Tlfc itrnl Jtiiblifr ninpniu
nt Kltilt ( lirMiiiil "trrcl. J.ntriiiiii' vii
iffrctcd tlneiiKli inr iloer.
NAVY YARD
PHILA.
IS TO BE RETAINED
Toe Well Situated Strategically
te Be Disposed Of, Say
Department Officers
will be virtually no new building under under
tnken by the nnvy.
An IiiiHpiiiIvp of the hnnrd's lnl"ii
lum te irlnln t he I'lilliididpliht Iiiihp,
work bni Ihmmi utiirtPil til I.eiicm' IhIiiiii
en wlmt will be tin' llni'it nnxnl cxpcrl
niPiitiil lljlns lii'Id In Iho ieiiiln
In mnklnc nnnoiiticeini'iit of tin1 pliu'i
Heur Admlrnl Niillen snld hr i'Xi"i'tnl
the field would be i-eiuplr-ti'd b "irliiK
Tin1 firld will finer thlily nerex niid
tile COM lll be nbeut J8'J."il.(HMI.
In I lie iie!iinlnnr, work new niifler
wny the rllle bulls nud oernl biiilillnc
n if beliis moved, nnd I he neTt te K"
will he the tmituirni bfinnek ji'ed hi
lbi nl!ei inil ninrliie n l'.ll" before
tiny M't .i 1 for Kriince
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FIREMEN TAKE EXAMS ;BU,LD BIG FLYING FIELD LEFT S500 TO SEMINARY
Vines ClniKiil. of Pbiliiilelphli. at left. rcIIIiik ,i prrtt ;irful of
infnriitiillnii, prrlmps about Ibf- nebular lipnllirsis. from her rellrge
(hum. Helen Hue. of New linU City
The ii ii i ( it e (le'lun of i-eierul pieces
of lnce led te Mie nrrevt ()f Onuinl
I!n.sn, nn Arinrniiin, of llnltimere,
chniseil with ftrnllic no automobile
nnd luce mined nl S.'JOtiO fiem A.
Hblkndeh. -'."7 Xeilh rifleeiiih Mreei.
Pescrlpllen of the stolen nil Ides wns
!,ent te feieinl denlers ill Miileus rlle.
l'n-..q trie,) te flNpose ,,f dip material
in IlatrN'mrR. A dialer reingnlxed the
deflKii and told IJasvi te rail last night,
when he Mould buy It.
Meanwhile, the llarri-bure uenler
cot In touch with the Clt Hall I)e
tectUc I'.urenu le!ef(ive .lolimtell
Wat sent le llaiiNbui'B, and when
l'ns'n called te ln'-e llie de.il he was
nriested.
Kii".".') denied Klenllns the innlerinl
but eeiihl net explnin hew he came te
lime the nutninehile. .lehiiMin com cem
pelled the Arinfiiinii te drive the rnr
bnfk te this illy nnd the detective nc nc
cempanied him. i
i liilc reinius flown Itreail street lo le
da en the InM ley of ilie trip, the ear
ilrheu h I'nfsn mis Mntik liv n meter
cjcle ridden by Pntreltnaii Wiscanl. I'
wns ii renr end cinMi linked wlien Knn
stepped ion siiddenli nl WinKolieckinic
Ktieet. WlKtcaid mis iliruun fiem the
mIioeI nnd refeived severe bodily In
iuries. He win inken te St. I.itke's.
Ilespilnl.
331 Aspiring te Be Lieutenants
Undergo Prometion1 Tests
Nenrlv two bundled 'il fit emeu as.
einbleil tu the William I'eiin 1 1 iU
Scheel for tilrU today te lake liul
pervlfe iiiometioti tc-m for the milk of
lieutenant in tlie hiiienu of lire
A total of !!!!! Ill emeu applied fei
the examination, the laigest class In the
citi's hister.i . As llieie l nut ulh-
flenl snare, in loom !"". fill Mall.
1IMI el I lie men lieie sr.nl e the litall
mIioeI. The snlnr of a tire lieiiten.iut
is 'MW and bonus
I
Veteran of Twe Wars Drowns i
The body of .lelin l.eftus, llfli-tue
enrs old. of -I l!i."i Viitli (irnl sirei"
was found jevprihi In the Di'lanate '
ltlver nt the feet of Deck srp(. l.efliis
was ,i M'teiiin of tlie Spanlli-Atnericnii
nnd the World War nud was the holder
of a will' for Rnliaii'rv at San .luati
Hill.
The I'hilndelpbi'i Nnn Yard will I"1
erdeiTil letaitiPfl hi the special benrd
of effii'er npiieinled hi Sei'iel.iiv Den
bv te inrestic.'it' tli" peiinauent neeiN of
I lie nnv.i .
This infermnliini was cniiied fiem t
nnial ellicinls in Washiiicteii. where
llie benrd is iiieelinK
Afcetdinsr te one, ilie I'bilndelpliin ,
N'nv.i Yard i ioe stmiecienllv Hunted. ,
dot Ii ns te it nduinlnses in waitlinel
and In inspect te indiiMi.'. te be dis
posed of.
Trie beard l etpei led le decide that
nmrli of tlie leneii- neik new dune nt
ntlipr miMil suitlens will he sent here
when these plnres -ire ilesed. Despite,
this fact, there will prebnblv he fewer
men elnpleied bete Mien because there
LEAK HALTS SPRINKLER
HELD AS DRUG PEDDLER TEST IN CONGRESS HALL
'""Yeuha" leiri'-'trrrd veiir helmf thnt j Jehn Organtlni Taken When Agents Tryout of Fire Prevention System
rur ''7l,olel,;'en;ril!Miouni1M Raid Restaurant In Reading Otherwise Is Success
W """.,' i. that it will iPr" b.i IViIcliI :i''enl fiem liie nnicellc sec- A pieliminni lest of tlie sprinkler
MteinK. I,nt i''"'11 llr',l';lr'., )nn fefr ,, lien of Ihc riiil.idelpliiii office swooped syteni en the Independf nee Hall croup
life eiilsMn the ''''(f'.;n,'''11li:'',,l,,iV i',nii"if ,,,,VU1 "" n S"ll,h f'r"11 f-11'0''1 ""'- I of buililiiuss was interrupted today when
and anient niiil ''"l,,',,, (,lP i,umh(m ,,f' innt in Heading tbi- ineriilns nnd ni- water leaked tlireiicli the reef of Con Cen
Ji0'1 ''"Vrkl 'earlier. 'listed Jehn tTrjriii'ttni. of 1'oilslewn, ijiess Hull. Silli and Cliestnut Mreets.
,.,,11i f,. ( nnd I'.enn.i lauilUiii. nl .eu kmi..
fotnmeii (.reunil lei etu rive ()UIlpSi ()f ).,; Wcie 'found en
"Mv ffinihi-'ea ha" h-en ebinuis te )p IM .lfl ,.re tlllP , t Itl fill.
Mii'nil fretn lP he'ilniiiiis. Im i l (r8niiiiiii i ebaignd with censpiincy in
C ur (enunan Bi'ind for weik te-, i,.,,,,!!,,, ,r ilums nnd lannu.i i-'V-r-tlie
b.i-H of our i.i-cnss..ns ami , )m,.Keir with trnnspertinc diuss alid
niir (lcciins- Tlie juuriiei ,it Hie jcar , lvill;j ,,p, j t pesscs-dmi..
I,,isrted a-id from tins tune .in w" (i,pl.iiini is well known in sp,t
FIRST PENNYS.
savings bani
2rG,tnukfiS
JlinWanmVrA.wi-''rr-
. in Vs. He lia- jiroinetn.i seerni
wiestlliis'iiiat.bes for cluimpieii'-hips in
I'hilmlelpbin .mil lnt"li lias owned a
fbniu of ii'st.iuniiits in Uend.ns and
1'ottsteuu.
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".'.i.... .. .n.Miil most of our ion
KiintT..nBiiiirft.rilie.l.'t.i.U..f
,le ,hj. no' in 141.1113 about our
Mtliiatien.;; ,
TIitc win . I""".' ".";
..II. . nrilllll tOliav IIS1IIC II. 'ill nil-
" :". " i-nrl, tuiiiebl theie will be
,tU" '.. 1... ,'t, linle stllilelll be.lv.
1 . . t , ,.r ,1... i.iff..iiit nil
b, "the sii'sms 'f "cw te"B Hnl"'" Lawn Party Held at Heme of Mrs.
htbefrcsbmen. J Miller In Oak Lane
'"'''.T: ,:n,l,: The e,e.idny atmosphere of a Heme
innr i ' i "i' .4.,.-. .
CHINESE FETE GIVEN
Tlie le-ik. winch w.i-, sli-lit. wu
thteugli seieial uciiies in the hitnri'
strticiuic wlieie WaliinRleu was in
nu'.'inatr.l for bi s'.end leiin '111"
tt t was .3!inhd ns a nunplete su. .
cess etlieiwi'e.
Curtnins of water .an lie let down
nlnns the walls nf the croup 111 the
ei.'iit of tire and wnter can he sprajed
0er llie 100N nlse.
Clib'f I5aier. of tlie Kurenu of (Mi
I'lepeily. said wmknien were ceinj:
nier the ioef cuelull.i and that nil
icvh:cs will h" filled. An efheial test
of the sprinkler siMcm will lie inn.., in
a few- dajs.
rnrds .111.1. if successful, tlie Sephs will
sin. dm sniiL' theniseiies. Tlu wei.ls
ri fnirl te he lOtice'iled in a certain
rk In r"'50"'1"1 of ,,,r fr,"mn''n
The juniors lire going i inh :i iiann
In the notion ami propose te help the
frfhiex. , . ,
lulrnl iii their hotkey suit'', the
jtmlcnts "ill parade aciess the campus
te the hfiikrj field.
The pnimle will lie liriKliieneii 0.1
terrhes inrried in Hie jiuiier.
Thorp urn- few. If any. snerr skuus
took en a festlie uir this nfteruoeti wliii'
there wni li'lfl 11 Cllinese fele en tlie
lawn of the house of Mis. i:. Claicuce
Miller. Onl: l.anc
Theie was a precession of the Mraen
and I-'enst of l.anteins. n Chinese cus
tom handed down for ages. The lawn
parti was held te Ret funiN ter uie
luiihiinu' of n new 1 lubbeiise for the
1,'eilew ' lub of U.ik I.ane.
The children took p.nt in the preces.
sieu 'p the nlternoen nud tills eienins
tiie elder people of the ceinmuiut v will
fellow the vimbelii Di ncn with In
ern I) 111" Mudnt.f today ami tli.ie 1 .j i,,,..ith of tlame
i;h nl'" f'w bobbed-hair buK , 'n, tiiililin? site Is nt Lakeside live-
Oppose t'ap ami JJewn nue and seventieth , street. Mrs uiiunm
. , ,, , ,, 1 . 'II. She 1 is pre.-dent of llie cub.
Tneidentn i I was whispered tliere '
In iiimdnrlit n feet 10 wenr .up audi ..., nrpnnt nv AiiTn
own te elnsves nt all times. While IVIHnJ OinUsi Dl HUIU
ionic of the .mime women favor this1
Hm, ethi'H aie nietiBiy npuse.i. fie- Sustains Leg Fracture While en His
ilarlne tli.it I' would net he consistent ... . ..,.,. r-..i u...i
Wttl.fraiti.al Idea-of the d.li. way ie wera-unvti nB,u.,
fiere Hie JitiJ Uuitcreiniiuaies nilil enu 1,, i.eneiy. iiii,i-m in
.bf Kiaduate studentb teeis- 1'Jl 1 ' Hldpe nirnue, was ipjured tliN
t'rcil, and Ihe freshman cla-s nuiiiheth niernlnj;. 11s lie was .fii his waj te work
110, file mete than last jcar. Of the 11 lieu 11111 down by an automobile nt tlie
lumber, H'J :u e lesident students and neithein tf 1 minus of tlie Main street
Mten nen-rrsldpnt. There nie eleen trolley line. Miinayunl;, south of Lev
11ns treni rtilin.leipiiin, t".-. from .Main irinsteu aienue. He was t .11:011 te
bine towns nun nine trem oilier imrts 1P)111 Hospital, whete it was feiiuu
M rennijlinnia, n total of tbnty in M,,, iinPS n the lower pari of ihe
tiplit leg liad been fractured
Andiew .lanucek. iblrlj -tin ee, .''.Tf
I'nrker aienue, diher of the inr. wa
Hrrcsted and will lie Riven a liearltiK
tedai liefeie MnBlsiiate Derln. Lew
ei.i liiul left the tiellev ear. it i said,
mid instead of ceinc neitli te (he ctess.
ltiB. slipped between two lines .if wait-
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than inn he nn'omniedated.
tlianses In Vacuity
l'cull changes nnlude tlie ap ap
Pelntnipnt of Dr. Thcoplule Meek te
JUfcecil Dr. Ceorge A. Itarten as jjkj-
KSiOr of Senii'ii' truir-iinvn -in. I I. tl.tli.nl
liltratiire. Ur. Ikitien leHicned te ni-
M'pt an appoint iiient nl ilie I niieislty
- mi'... i .nun ,
U'tmntng lii the rellee after a eni's
Ire of nh'eiiie are 1'iefs. Ailliur L.
Uheeler. Tlnodere de Likiiuii. Matllde
itre. faimiel Chew, Susan M. Kings.
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r Mbhimal ears are l'mf. MI.V
M. DennelU, licid of tlie Kngllsh lll
rturP(lciiirimeut. nnd Dr. David Hilt
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Dr. I)enr.nll 'w u,..i ..ill i 1..1
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v.nLP1"- ,u'1!"'Sh"1 Hughes, latel, ,,f
ellcjk'T, and Huh of ),-. Tcnneni !,i
fit., i?"" S,llnill,,r and Hi. Anna 1!.
ten" i'-1"1'1, 'Dr ,I0W "I'lwlnt-
ItiH.'nyjer V. I!"ll0l- asse.late In
ml Ms. TIel..n , "it ,ll' ''J ,'.,,'"' -V
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With it rn '-"Kll-1' 'tiii..itleii ; Miss
litrr V. ,-'""" l8ruit..r in diem-
ffi:Br"'7. 1i-ra".,:('? "BKHi'eii ruller.
1W. u 1 1 s"" composition; Miss
M !" ' Sml11'' "I'Tueter in Pie it-1
Cm""".";'11!''. Instr,.,n" n
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thinking about will have
real sales value if we
print it for you.
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Slnia V v rll' H'ead street . Vh -
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M.'re. '' 1". IM Wl Ilert-
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sftiient :
Dr ii " j '" ' " .uawr.
iiyeiiliw'.1, u" iiuisiii.,t,..i fe,.
"lle bv Ii.. " Addifh-es will ,
"r Cumf V V'w,l.'1l""-llei.t et uie
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SEES MAN STEAL HIS CAR
He Phenes Police and Cycle Men1
Recover the Aute
Silting in his home nt Dliinlti place I
rnd Woe'llnnd aienue la-i night. .lelin .
Wilsen saw u ninn leap into hi.s niilo niile
lmiliile and dine II away. Wilsen tele- .
phoned the Sittv-fiflb Miect and Wood Weed
land iimmiiip peiiie stailen, from win. Ii
l'ellcemen McKeiiua and Meirls wen
sent en a nioterc.icle te puisne the
stolen car.
The policemen c.une In r.ichl of 11 en
Woodland nieuue. a hhert distance from !
Divinity place nnd. after a het chnl
in which they fired sclera! (duds, evei
took it m Thirtj -"ecend street nnd!
I'nss.iunk nieuite nud urreHted ihe I
drlier, who Mini he wns Jehn Mc.VpIih,
twentj -eight enr old. of Cnthaiiue
Mteet neiir Twei'ty-feurth.
CAMDEN CAR HITS AUTO
Girl, Thrown te Fleer of Trelley,
Treated for Miner Injuries
Tn ,i collision between a trellej far
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I.IIM IIHIVIII'II'IU .11 . .11.1., -Illtllt Cll i I I
and We.stllehl aienue. Camden, la-i
night. Ilnttle Allen, (went) -two jcii"'
old. 11"1 Seuth Second Mreei, a p.is ,
senger in the trellev car, was I hi own , , , ,
te the Iloer and Injured j Men WllO leail toward
The automobile nnd tlie tiellev ur ,,i:... :.,. ..4...n.. :.,
inn together in n i.ead-en collision. quality just naturally 111-
imt as neitiier wns going ,.t high speed cline toward Philadelphia's
no ether pi'isens weie injiiicl. iillheugli
inaiiv women passenger-, Mirfucd fi em Headquarters for Rogers
driver ..r the automobile. iMuar.i , Peet suits and overcoats!
N. .1 . gaie himself1 The 1-ialM-iTT enmbinnfinn
I ..v ..wtj, v.4.....s.s...
, of fine fabrics, expert tailor-1
1 ing and moderate price
prices here are exactly the
shock,
Tin
Heff. of l'alin.ira, N. .1 . gaie himself
up te the jiellie, but was lelenscil
'Miss Allen was taken te Coepei Hos Hes
iiltal and tiealeil fermiuiles ahmit tin
''wiwul. ''ad and In tisc.l lied.i .
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I' ""Ill ail, Mil ., , ...... .en., i
-"". vas n, ..." '" "se in u hi, i,
ntiioe ;,v,,1;'y "'i'r ' .
Sffliensf'r"'"-'
.'tl's father." U, Buil "lilMt
same as in Rogers Peet's
own stores in New Yerk.
Fer all weathers
'Y'Scetch Mist overcoats!
Ilee irmil .inlruiniU fur nnB'" l'i
I f .1 rwi iiner .r eiiiH ef r't ti .sre lull
sli i 1 lint ii'is i.i.ni'li'uf
! FERRO & COMPANY
Rogers Vcct Clethes Exclusively
, Chestnut St. at Juniper
MacDonald & Campbell
Men's Autumn Tep Coats
$27.50 te $65
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I'ull-Back, Kairlan and Nat
ural fiheul(lcrs ami the ultin
fashionable "a i 1 ureund"
Ucltcd model. Our top mats
arc exclusive production'?
iur.de te our special etdcis b;.
America's finest tailors and
Burberry, 'J'hcxten & Wiipht,
Lo'tden. These ceatH nic for
men who appicciate the
utme3t in fashion coupled
with lefined desipn !f you
are such a man wc luuc
your coat.
Canterbury Cleth Suits the very
Until English Woolens, the perlec perlec
(ien of Americnn Toilerwi;. Only
one sail el each pattern, the finest
Fall Sail that money can bny
1 334-1 336 Chestnut Street
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He Who
Pays Toe Little
Pays Toe Much
J Save en your clothing expenditure by all
means, but don't confuse "low prices" with
saving.
sjjf Clothing thnt is really economical is that
which costs you the least ultimately net in
its initial price and geed clothing which
means well-wearing cloth, geed linings and
canvas, hand tailoring and thorough work
manship, cannot be bought in suits retailing
at $18 or $20. This is true, no matter hew
large type may be used in the papers te tell
you the contrary.
Wc have a reputation te sustain, and won't
jeopardize it by selling garments that we
cannot thoroughly approve and endorse
hence our safe starting price is $30, and we
want te compare our Suits and Tep Coats at
that price with these shown by anybody any
where. J At $40, $45 and $50 we have the best values
that we have ever been able te produce.
JACOB REED'S SONS
1424-1426 Chestnut Street
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St. Vincent's. Germantown, Is Bene
ficiary Under Will of J. J. Dunn
live hundred dollars f the S2.1 (Kin
fsinte left by Jehn .1 Dunn, who died
ieciitl.v in a tanltarium in Cerinnu
town, nn heiiientlieil te St. Vincent's
Seminar? , of (letimniewn. The iet
of the estate, ne.etiling te the will pro pre
bated tedni. went te i"lalives.
Oilier 11 'lis piebnte.l weie llme of
Rllrnbeth J. S oil. si:l Seuth Ptfty
sjTth street. SMKlil, and Agnes M Wnl Wnl
.sen. l-i Seuth Lighteentii street. ,1." -(KMI.
Inventetles weie tiled of the pei
sennl estates of Jrremiiih M Ktffei
MUSI ill. and Virginia 1! iMte, JS'.I,-i'lin.l.'i.
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K THE PUALITY H!
or A DIAMDND
cempriiei Perfection Brilliancy f.oler
nnd Peliihinq.
POLISHED GIRDLE DIAMONDS
noted for Supremacy
arc sold only by tnij Establishment.
Linde Fall Clearance Sale
Furniture, Rugs, Lineleums
One-Third te One-Half Less
This annual event, always gigantic in extent
and startling in its values, this year presents
greater assortments and bigger bargains than ever
before. The reason is a deep cut in prices en hun
dreds of suits and single pieces in spite of the fact
that prices have greatly advanced during the past
few months and are going still higher.
is a fixed Linde policy tn fivc customers
the greatest values in Philadelphia. These
goods were bought away below today's
cost. The price te you is based upon what
we paid net today's value. This means a
saving of at least 0 per cent. Comparison
will prove it.
The enormous showing; embraces hundreds of Bed
room, Dining Roem, Breakfast Roem and Living Roem
Suits, Brass and Enamel Beds, Sefa Beds. Day Beds,
Library. Console. Gate-Leg. Davenport and End Tables.
Tea Wagons. Spinet Desks, Odd Living Roem Arm Chairs
and Easy Rockers, Secretaries and Boek Cases, Odd
Dressers, Chiffercttes ard Vanity Tables. Reed and Rat
tan Suits and Single Pieces. Don't fail te take advantage
of this unprecedented opportunity.
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Tape-try or eleur. Very roomy and luxurious. C -t c
Davenport, 87 msiies long. Full spring seats and backs I
nd loose sennf; cushions. -if vf
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4-Piece Full Vanity Suit
This is a lary;c walnut Queen Anne Suit, with bow- s -j nf
end Bed, Clufferctte with trays, Vanity Dresser -IS in " I XM
long and large Uurcau. iJs
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'l-Piece Queen Anne Suit
American walnut. Buffet. 60 unlies lenj;
Closet, 40 inches lone Knclesed Server, 38
Kxtcnsten Table, 5 1 n 4 nuhes
Rugs and Lineleums Save 33 te V2
137
11 x 1'2 Hugs
Superfine Wilten
Reynl Wilten
High-Pile Axininiter .
Standard Axminttrr
S.:i x 10.G It u w
Finut Wilten . .
Iteyal Wilten
High-Pile Axmintter .
Ilxtra Velvet
Standard Axnnmlrr
$92.00
f.9.00
15.00
J9 00
$85.00
65.00
12 00
14.00
27 00
r. .v v iiugs
Ueal VN ilten $62 50
Het Axniiiutcr 37.50
Kxtra Velvet 2(5.50
Standard Axniuuter 2-1 00
Tine BruseU . 16 50
Linoleum
Heeiy lnleid $ 75
Hxtra lnlnid 55
SpcLial Inlaid I t(
Cerk Linoleum HO
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HENltY LINDE
23rd Street, Columbia and Ridge Avenues
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A Big Idea
that has echoed
Veund the
clothing world
"Your Super-Value policy
is the greatest idea in the
business." said a widely
known clothing expert te
one of our buyers. "Hew
can you de it?" asked a
banker, wondering at the
lowness of price. "This just
suits me!" exclaimed a cus
tomer, seeing the tangiblt
evidence of Super-Value.
Over
9000
Suits and
Overcoats
at our
Super-Value
Prices
$28 $33
$38 & $43
Great Cheesing in Fall Suits
Our whole first fleer is hrim
mint; with all that's new and all
that's geed in Suits. Yeu can't
help finding what you want
and you can't help getting a
Super-Value, for every Suit is
priced te save you many dollars.
Our Super-Value Prices are $28,
$33, S38 and $43.
British Topcoats
Made in Londen and imported
directly by us Sold at our
Super-Value prices, beginning at
$28. Se low a price is simply
bewildering.
Evening Clethes and Tuxedos
Where else is elegance of finish
se necessary and correctness of
detail se important? Yet our
Super-Value prices for Tuxedo
Coats and Trousers are $38, $43
and $48. Evening Clethes, $45
and 553.
Final Selection of Silk Vests
Ever Gathered
Black or white evening vests in
amazing variety and me-jt beau
tiful patterns. New V fronts.
Alse double-breasted models.
Ou' Super-Value prices are $8,
$8.25, $8.75, $9.25, $9.75.
Our large stun" of cour
teous salesmen con
stantly at your disposal
te show you the finest
display of Fall Clethes
t ver set n anywhere.
Loek then compare at
tit Inr geed stores.
Perry & Ce.
Kith & Chchlnul
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