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AMthe diploma to low Kewn se *ft boa"m affleal tj lo ahe thrvoe It w atee. germal* a b a Wa sl e" ariefalo . hooke and Mrs. Watr JeP-B Semi -Annual Clearance Sale "flu~jout the Store thoe intmereat nnth From Afdca Tbis ournoustka g b ssn. et I.t er Lateit thn inl at !fro the forests f Niger, Mounted on a ring ot atdinatryt~ is a piee oe metal rod ao uaer of an iack high, which Is set the spear head fudin A-Iua. PALS BLEEP AS MAN IS KILLED IN 'FLOP HOUSE' Slayer Escapes After Menacing Attendant In Cheap Baltimore Lodging Place. r Isasseaw News SM5evi BALTIMORE, Md., Dec. 30.-While nearly four-score men slept on cots on all sides of him, on an upper floor of a "flop house"-the Inas thuoh Gospel Mission. West Bara t -- unidentiied man of was shot to death early today. The slayer then rushed down stairs and threatened to shoot an offltla of the mission who attempted to halt him. The official retreated sad the murderer escaped. Nees WitssesaI Crim. The shooting aroused the sleepers and in a few minutes wild confusion reigned. None of the lodgers, how ever, had witnessed the shooting. A general police alarm has been sent out In an effort to capture the murderer. INVALID BEATS OUT FIRE WITH HANDS, SAVING HOME PITTSBURGH. Dec. 30.-A bed ridden Invalld for five years, Mrs. Martha Wucheni.ch forty-two years oid, yesterday ordewled on her hands and knees to a fire which had started In her bedrodm and with her hands beat out the flames. saving her own life and preventing destruction mf her home. . Aroused by her calls, George Wuch Ioh, the husband, came to the aid of nis stricken wife, but not until several minutes after she had practically satingulshed the fire. Mrs. Wuch nieh was burned about the hands, but not seriously Injured. The invalid was awakened by smoke and, crawling and rolling from her bed. .she worked her way slowly to the side of the room where the wallpaper was ablase and the fire spreading rapidly. Working frantically, despite her in rirmities, she beat the flames down so that only a few small pieces of paper were aflame on the room floor when her husband reached the scene. 2 KILLED IN LISBON WHEN BOMBS EXPLODE LISON, Dec. 30.-Two persons were killed and five others wounded when bombs which were in the process of manufacture on the premises of the 3eneral Confederation of LabQt en. plyded yesterday. Several arrest' were ibute $65,OO rrying check accOunts d during the last six r NO SHARE in this dl 1 account at once and 14 ult interest again. a Cheek Accemus, June ad Decemi m Savings Aeseunts, April and Octobe ton Loan and Tn - - - 900-902FP ICH - - 618-620 17th OFFICERS ...........................icePr ..............................i. .........................r..d.nt DIRECTORS ...dra............nx LA .. Neoim noi O Ti a D wR oTN .AsmwaS-Law ANDsEW PA3 0.tambi 1at Att? Prm .. NNW il . eM-M"Wms is a OWN"g -04r. ' sr too bawinhsr. -t uAmb tt o is t te o w t me t e mastse- wst.' to utsse as do bur in ueswa, It's %$N t1anq' r ;e . moeges bg dam em ,r- x - 'A bnr" betwege r . . s00 '--."""" enind s *M r es& " it moor the :a c - as tIsub to ,e mesae e t p - ttt am oa is be. Thg M W. L. osU4 . mesO Kagni -a m 111 and ser, tiWant .mimd . s y is a qesstion Sthe sort stria psiat of resse betwees the "ternal tmln s mand the quit. as eter nal meam. Mr. Qssrus has coma to Auteriea tr a lecture tsar. With hhe is his bride, a sweet-hed. eoft-voised Engsh girl whose presert life. she samd, is given over principgliy to wondering how her distinguished husband happened to fall in love with her, and to happiness that he did. Wifs Was Dim Actress. After a brief experienoe as a film actress, Mrs. George went to the mu nitions offics in London as a war worker. It was there that she was thrown in contact with Mr. George, whom she had known five years be fore. The romance, If one Is to judge by the light in her eyes when she tael F of it, was a colorful thing, but no hai, pier than their marriage. It was when Mr. George discussed the lecture scheduled for the first of his series, "The Intelligence of Wo man," that he made his statement relative td woman and lawbreaking and pooh-poohd the alleged mystery of femininity, the female terror of convention, the blockheadedness of husbands and a. few other good 3k institutions of the ilk. Questioned further concerning hi' belief about feminine lawbreaking in stinct. he explained: "It is because woman bas had no real responsibility till forty or fifty years ago. When woman Is lawmak ing it will take out the law-breaking tendencies. I think she will mal.e very extreme laws when she begins.'' Predicts rim einsMV. Mr. George has some views on mar riage. He believes the housekeeping wife will disappear in a future, better existence of two-room flats. "The modern marrying man," he mid, "gets with his wife certain other things, such as a hoisekeeper, a so cil organiser. a nurse and sometimes a packer and a messenger to send out for cigars. But he Is beginning to find that the wife contingent Is buried ugder such a combination 'As the home is being reduced more and more in size, I am looking to see the ideal residence a place of twe rooms with the common restaurant, common laundry and perhaps the com mon nursery. Stch will enable the woman to be her husband's wife. "I wish to state also that the bad marriage is better than no marriage. The best one can do is to hold on as long as possible." He exploded some traditions. "I agree with a point of view ex pressed by H. G. Wells, that there : no Mrs. Grundy, but a Mr. Grundy. It's woman who is unconventional r-t heart and the man who makes th s tus about observance of convention. A ittle illustration. "The woman comes down to dinner powdered and painted, and her hus band says he will not take her out because she does not 'look respecta ble.' "He may put on trousers with check' so huge that only half a check shows to a leg, and she will refuse to go out with him because he 'looks hideous.' You see, she says: 'I don't like it'- but he says: 'The people who are looking at you won't like it.' "There is no mystery about woman excepting the mystery of all mai kind." 0 Today we credit today nonths. stribution, we in it us include your er ist Company Street Northwest Street Northwest ...........President ' eident and Trust Officer President and Treasurer. and Real Estate Officer ...Assistant Treasurer ...Assistant Treasurer .....Assistant Treasurer .Assistant Trust Officer ,.......General Counsel Chairman of the Board ..............U.5s.cheait Judge ' .......................Raml batt ............................Preident .vsien, oh . Leuds Gesr 4 ..............3dter. bsen stat .....e= Presn dad Teas omwe ...................Abtsese-at-Law ...... .......Anassera ...........Atentist and Authr Pu...s. Wadard ats. I.. Rea l 1eamber Besten Base - gooS qulty split cowhMs bap, M about 65-inch sie; yel a vsitgk gsiy, s with double k gels4 a eveing ftos Slip -bas $1.00,~c andO wht Ya$1$A Saturday's 2k, 50e and $1 SALE! et rnuW v LW of *srgai Arwgv for ' wuli'ei! 0 Stoat- Wide lMpk Value-(Hvlng Ezsent The last 25e, Sk and $.0 Seof 191 brings forth other stArtlia vaines for Saturda--enabling thrift sh p to stretch the purchasing power of their dollars to the ,hliet. Look the list.-read every item--come prepared torm in greater savings than ever. No mal or phone orders filed. Hair Nets, 6 for- M Mnm Crash, Real Bair Note, Cap shape; , y* for.-. ae warrant" ?LB orl ed Aperfect.C*U fun~ha wamte V 5.~ oale of A luminum War~e N.Uies Dp--(st Fle.. Toeasto A Sle of Aluminum Cooking Utensil, of heavy, eal" qu-tya, Three n g Wee including the following articles: Campbell's Cona=d eas to 25c f . K W - 10. tz'aeniue Dam -6qt. t Soup for 15 rash Mak oior.. UUC sine.O ablepas-4.jtet! Tau cun. of eiai"re.. fd-~eWtrPai-0 Bahnon, dle.i g Pa, sets of me each, 1% $ 1 Sugr Crn, Cans- w eor pink borders; . H. ver's New Win wots luo r Brand Corn. THEEM Bys'a Collars, a ec and gras. brown; lsie 23 to tl. styles and Mm:es a wen-known2 C oi"wihtsan i zue -.hednsdb zM t MVW brand. TWO 0r Me.B 25c SerIMS , Y& fe Chair CY arils quality fore r 16as1- char Cusons, in B and bird deig, of ariou $ $. oquisette; sheer quality. TWO yards ar weatket., l3 4 -In ch eNa n n e -B y ' P n s e h 8 a e e h w ~ C o rd u o y i i ig h e rb o eh e r f nwits a0o h ar e n a a ra. 158%6 Stenciled Grass Rugs, 25 a R o aehr tp-on t ue w trasin green, btu -and brwnoften or ~eiat -, ledrs Gosirelo brwn -* -. ;"ool dee In red a nd b u. 25 c sa w "ad" .n w-....t n - -- b 1_ 16 a 1.5GaI & aru, ~. eve __ r v w. 3735 extra fine 15.0. Clasps,____________ daidt engaed warpeama weave Women's Ho.., ! Pair- Women's Fiber Silk Hose- Solid daity ere U 1 wLaUn Black ad Cordovaa Cotton o w loer. mgm Hose, seamed back; all simes; c sesmneG back all seconds of 19c values. TWO mss pairs for c.Lisl Hoe, * Pair- WOmen' moomee t $ j W o fl" slm e Children's Stocking.- . s c M lag roet; __e il os.wt eme 06o and ingrain a oe 10 Black and Cordovan Eng- tIC waist ad knee; fiihed with rule; includlng blc co lish Ribbed Stockings, also c toes' s--- ore; a *515m In the lot, but net M eah plain ribbed, In black and brknde-or- f26 aus wl e. panrbeiblkancreTWO pairs for iim. Tw-p Voere clor. seconds at values worth up to devan; broken ses; seconds at no0 3. R. luG. Cocnanut Oil lhar-te 3 5 Kn rk etwcoatt poo. for the hair; regular 0c c qu tity; ae 10 ad 13 yea wit ao nd s b rn C eeed Waist 1 0 0 bottles, 250. Sis bt ih- ~ Te net Goods Dep - Ft l. W om en' s B loom ers- chnl l.' $1.50 W ool T a - and longBWledes;t0 Men'. Handkerchiefs, c' o5 C ~ r b f n 4 for- lats. a with lange pom-U' ." White Hemstitched Border now. PA.3 Wame's $. Union Sum# Handkerchiefs, good quality. 5c, Iufata Ltufff- Children's Rompr. - Mediw eight Cotton pure white, soft finish; usual~'ja~~ hu rse,~ tPo~~UinSis ihbn 10c kinds. FOUR for t2e. white nainsook; bishop and - R r to sleeveless and knee s stls aihndsfoed5 1 plai colors; some0 lnth; regular sand extra sie. Cuff Link., Par- e::e; tes,1 th heatth wit p Men's or Boys' Cuff Links, 25c wt wht w m with cut Women'. ;1.60 Union Suit separable or come apart style; Poll Prim Apron-- pocketa cuff knes; sies ! to 6 years. C Fc U-e an assortment of pretty pat- O t vv& peroales, In Suit., high neck and terns and designs; pair, 25e. Coraets- 1000 assrd bluernekd gas; asofpn506 pollr make Corsets. long sleeves, low neck and Men's Neckwear, 2 for- tnmmed with r-rao braid; lare pocket o pi or white . U1.0 sln Men's Neckwear, of silk pop- Shut lise-esDg ble topes aad m buny lin, faille silk and novelty modes, with long hips; guaranteed boa silks; medium shapes. TWO 25 69 Cotton Batts- g all does. 60-Inch All-Wo Serge, for Ne. 72350 pure White Sanitary fWaeprf C'I ~ 4- in black, nay blue, brown J*1000 dobeoercmors C o deseskrs.ec Pequot Sheeting-o a,__ot rSan ; egd- mR b_$0r s t 40-inch (note the width) Un- 46 inche-mad f e tra bleached Pequot Sheeting, the C PercaleSYards- quay , $1.25 She genuine renowned quality. 6-ineb P P N Depf 73350 Seamless Blesehed Yard, 25c. soft-finish quality, In ae 5016 Sheets, pefect quality; J*00 35c Pillow Case- stripes, figures, dots, checks, etc. THRCae -ys scout Pocket 1 Ing cotto. heavy, round-thread pillow tyle, case cotton; deep hems; each, wth horn handle; o6 r U5. ________________ 3-Inch Colored Poplin. a 0* !leWet - euTe"d Dept. Ii tnch Outing Flannels, d 39c Table Oilcloth- with a permanent finih; an 5ad S heavy double-fleeced qual ive-quarter Table Oilcloth, yr eersdqai, , SlkIu iv-plainwhte ade flcoth, assortment of wanted sades, also plain ms nCity, in plan ad facy inwhit- Haudkerchiefs, for- striped effects, for warm winter gar effects. Seconds of standard Men's m I e ment. SIX yards for 51.9. quality, 21c. 6-c Lingerie Satin ablaie, colore ets, in First oor-Domestic stpes fiured de- 0 20c Flannels, Yards for 38 Des Gn as- baaiflcoto fbrc th5 1 aa; good quality siks. THREE for W6inch Printed Fleece- ?T1,60tf 38c Dress Gingham . a s ta and assortment of floral, Per 33-inch Drem Ginghams, fin.ecoeyrsmlsteepn-________________ quality, fast colors, in ohec 2 mal. csan e Japentdegns, fork plaids, plain colrs,89c White Voile- eted qca.it W $1.00 a h..o Yard, 25e. ~s lc oes n- ________________ 15c Shaker lannel,nch Imported Whit sorted s; neatly made; - 15 Sakr~anel vlt. hn sof at chif- 5 1! good assortent at handles, many with 30c Shiti --ad's 2 Yards for- fan-finish grade, for dainty s ed loops. 5 Yards 37ic hkrFand ulwaists and dresses. v.a.e.1 l.i1 6-tech Shirting Madras, 27-Inch Shaker Flannel, full 1 htegonswt e bleached quality, with heavy C coty' L~ras, o I'k lb witu cords, for v $10M double fleece finish. TWO i~ r~l~r yards for 25.. 46-Inch Imported White r' Chypre Etract HALF- men's and boys' shirts women's ande 16c Bleached Muslin, gny euiu rnprn )ONEbtlSN hlrnswa.FV ad o I q slight gcdde0 Gold Neck Chains- 16c Longeloth, 10 Yards ! 6 - n 2 Yl a d M s -i g r a d . 0 B l c V e e t S o Mi G o l d N e c k C h a i n s 2 3 - i n c h L o n g l o t h , s o f-C h 1le - o e , r o u - 2 bWEki l d r d 1 d s i .$, 0 E a d s f r $ A " 36-inch Bleached Muslin, a f~_$10BakVle-o oktCan,1-nh CTNyrsfr5*9 close-woven, r o u nd-t h r ead d T 1-nhbaksl-aeV1 f egh;slee ,I j? ~ fns rdfl lahd quality, for general use. TWO vet, for trimming d milli- pr g yards for Soc. negInch bard se flL $1.19 Metallic Cloth 16c Unbleached Sheeting, $1.9 Table D Cholee of diver, god $1.00 2 Yards- 79c Lace Neckwear- ced Tb Dam, in Beauty, emerald, pink,. 36-inch Unbleached Sheeting Venice Lace Collars and Col- an assortment of neat pat- sky, -eseds, black, gray and stee. Cotton, round-thread qual Yard, 1. ity. TWO yards for ke. pe collars and deep cuffs; Chhffo andecukols- $1.50 Stamped Nightlowns- Infants' $1.50 to $8 Shoes Chiffon Silkh- Ready made end Infants' and Children'f 26-inch Silk and Cotton stamped Nightgowns, $1 00 Chiffon Sillks, a beautiful soft- k a es softfinish crepe, in white white " kid and nubuck, finish fabric, in street and eve- . wide, In spotted designs, pink, 50c or flesh color, black and brown leathers; sises In the ning shades. Yard, 2. navy, copen and orchid. First let-Art Dept. lot ftom t 6; oal a limited quantity, 39c Pongee-- Women's $1J N Slipper- $1.50 and $1.75 Pictures- Men's Underwe 32-inch Mercerized Pongee, Felt Slippers, with elk soles. 9Xl and 10X8 glass 0 Lambsdown Heavy with rich lustrous finish, inwine and blue; small se Framed Piotures, gi' Feesed Underwear, a tan, gray, Nile and whit. only. r dark wood moldings, dm gray color; heavy Yard, 25e. Cide' posvre soteto ou.,vbet. mt san.gaate o orbat 30c India Linon- Bnl n Aprons - gdc Neinaook, 8 Yards for- Mes Union Sui. 40-inch White India Linon, quality gnghams, in assorted 50c 36-inch Nainscok a >[ tad voiem snow-White bleached quality, blue check., made with kimono soft chamois-fins qual- .IJU inweant anS; for waists and dresses, etc. sleeves, belt and pocket; piped with Ity for undrgarments. ed. with closed Twz osrr0D ;use to 1e t Wonee's Fber Slk Hse-,