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WANTS DEPORTED
WITHIN TEN DAYS
Emma Goldman Notifies At
torney General Palmer,
of Her Action
New York, Dee. 18.—Harry Wein
berger, counsel for Emma Goldman,
who announced that she would waive
her legal rights to ask appeal from
the deportation order on which she
is to be sent back to Russia with
Alexander Berkman, her companion
of years, and some 80 other Russian
radicals, has forwarded to Attorney
General Palmer formal notico of her
action.
Mr. Palmer, in a telegram received
by Mr. Weinberger, stated that the
formal notice was "necessary." and
if it was forwarded direct to the
Department of Justice it would be
Extraordinary Sale of \
Georgette Waists ip \
Just In Time For Xmas \
Begins Friday Morning I
December 19 j
When we say extraordinary sale oi — Jf
Waists we are not putting it quite strong TpA I
tfpM enough as this sale is quite unusual and will /§ ' \
f $ surpass any waist sale held in this city for fu I. V
/'/ quite some time and it comes just in time
jj SB.OO, $9.00, SIO.OO and $12.50
I Georgette Waists / A ilMiM'' '
At $5.95 TvJPIE.
! \ This statement of the prices may seem strong, but it is simply stating facts as nearly
\\\ every waist is worth SIO.OO and $12.50, in fact, they are all worth as much or more at whole-
V\ sale cost than the selling price, all of the finest quality Georgettes and all colors: Navy,
V\ Brown, White, Flesh, Bisque, Taupe, every wanted shade is included and all sizes, 36 to 46;
V\ 10 different styles to select from and every one new and fresh. We are selling these Waists
\y to you at several dollars less than they can be bought wholesale for next
W season, so we would advise you to take advantage of this wonderful
opportunity and supply yourself.
\ Another Lot Georgette. Waists Worth up to $6.00 at $3.95
\a This lot included about fifty waists and are just a few of a style but
ft til cost more than the- selling price.
Tql' . ypv Handsome new styles in pongee and novelty cotton just received and
. very moderately priced; will make ideal Xmas presents.
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F* V If ou can talk about your ten-course dinners, with your Taney - rflfl
M salads and entrees and desserts, but for sheer enjoyment it can't *|
compare with that wonderful bread and milk of childhood days.
If y°u want some real "eats"—food that will take you back on ' ■tt
a . ulemorv trip to those bygone days—go back to the "simple
life" once in a while and enjoy bread and milk, using for the bread
gHOLSUM BREADS
i "Takes You Back to Younger Days" t®
■dl Schmidt's Bakery Pill
■ THE HOME OF - g.
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THURSDAY EVENING.
presented to the Supreme Court,
which had been petitioned for Miss
.Goldman for a "writ of error or ap
peal" from the order issued for Iter
deportation.
Miss Goldman, in a statement
made public by her counsel, de
clared she now expects the United
States Government to "keep its
promise" and deport her "within the
10 days," the limit of which she said
"will be up Saturday." She added
that among several things she ex
pected to do in Soviet Russia would
be organization of a "Russian
Friends of American Freedom" along
lines similar to those of the. American
Friends of Russian Freedom" in
1005 which aroused sentiment
against the "tyrannies of the Czar."
Would Sell Housing
Facilities to Relieve
Congestion in Cities
Washington, Dec. 18.—Without a
dissenting vote the House passed
and sent to the Senate yesterday a
bill ordering the sale of housing
facilities erected by the government
during the war to relieve congestion
[in many industrial centers. The
I measure also abolishes the United
1 States Housing Bureau, transferring
|tlie properties to the treasury for
| sale to private persons, either for
: cash or part payments,
j Debate on the measure centered
j largely in an attack on the housing
| bureau. Charges of profligate ex
] penditure of government funds were
| made by several members and as
| sertion was made that the Senate
j Public Buildings Committee was
) conducting an investigation wtih a
| view of determining whether it
! should recommend prosecutions by
the Department of Justice.
TO nVIM) BRITISH TANKERS
j Philadelphia. Dec. 18.—The Pusey
and Jones Shipbuilding Company, of
[Gloucester, has been given a con
j tract by a British conce-n calling
! for the building of three oil tanke'-s
to weigh 8,500 tons ecah. Work will
ibe started at once. They will sail
tinder the American flag.
TELEGRAPH
WILL NOT GIVE
WHITE RELEASE
Woman, Also Hold in Danscy
Case .Will Be Retained,
Says Prosecutor
• Atlantic City. N. J.. Deo. 18.— !
Prosecutor Edmund C. Gaskill de- j
i nied lust night that he contemplated
I the release or Churleft S. White, |
j charged with the murder of Billy |
j Dansey. and Mrs. Edith Jones. \
j charged with being an accessory ]
after ttje fact. lie admitted, how-I
j ever, that his men have dug up |
| new evidence in the case, and that :
i there was a possibility that addi- i
1 tional arrests would be made in the j
j near future.
I "Our case has not been weakened ,
iby any fresh developments," siid j
, Mr. G.isktll. He added he .'ns still |
jin search of the persons who one l
, night about November 10 drove up j
to the Folsom swamp In an auto
| mobile and went into the swamp I
after they had switched off the lights I
! ot the car. The prosecutor sus- j
peots the occupants of the machine, j
said to have been two men, know I
something about the boy's murder. !
but he declined to state on what he
bases these suspicions.
Tells of Work Done
by American Engineers
in France During War;
Pittsburgh, Dor. IS.—Houses and
buildings built for the doughboys by
the engineers of the American ex
peditionary force, if placed end to
end would reach the entire length
of France and into Germany, Colonel
Edgar Jadwin, U. S. A., told the
Chamber of Commerce here yaster
day, in addressing it upon construc
tion in France.
Colonel Jadwin was director of
construction and forestry in France
during the war.
Other accomplishments of the en
gineers in supporting the men in the
front line trenches included the
building of 8,367 miles of highway
throughout the sections of France
where the A. E. F. held forth, and
the cutting of 55,000 board feet of
cord wood for fuel for the army's
comfort.
Miners' Board May
Be Announced Today
Washington. Dec. IS.—The com
mission of three men to be charged
by President Wilson with the task of
making a survey of wages and con
ditions in the coal fields is expected
to be announced to-day.
It was learned that "the President
w ill seek to have the commission
reac i a final adjustment in the coal
controversy, which will be a model
for the settlement of all future wage
disputes in the United States and
will, in fact, place the wape system
l JP° n a different footing:, as the
President feels must be done if in
dustrial peace is to be secured.
The announcement of the names
or the three men, one representing
the operators, one the miners and
the third the public, will be accom
panied by a detailed statement of
the field which they are to cover
and the scope of the adjustment
which the President expects them to
recommend.
< "readjustment of the commission,
i iS j p by tbe Administration,
wil do away with the suspicion with
which labor invariably views arbi
tration. It is the claim of the labor
leaders that the workers always feel
when they submit a controversy to
arhitratmn they always get the worst
of it in the award.
Crooked Insurance
Must Go, Donaldson Says
Philadelphia, Dec. 18.—That the
fctate Insurance Commission is run
as a public benefit and not a politi
cal adjunct, was the assertion of
Thomas B. Donaldson,, Insurance
Commissioner of Pennsylvania, yes
terday at the Rotary Club luncheon
in the Bellevue-Stratford.
"Since April, 1919, 80,000 appli
cations were made for agent's li
censes to sell insurance," the speaker
told the Rotarians, "and in order to
prevent crookedness, complete ques
tionnaires must be filled out by all
applicants.
"Crooked insurance companies are
no longer possible," hfe said.
Liquor Interests Place
Loss at $400,000,000
Chicago, Dec 18— Liquor interests
estimate their losses as a result of
the enforcement of the war-time
prohibition law at $400,000,000, ac
cording to a statement made here by
Eevy Mayer, chief counsel for the
distillers in the middle west.
He announced that a suit to recover
approximately this sum from the
United States Government will soon
be filed in the Court of Claims at
Washington.
Attorney Mayer explained that
this action is entirely apart from the
proceedings attacking constitutional
prohibition, to be submitted to the
United States Supreme Court.
MRS. JENNIE IVOMEU DIES
Philadelphia, Dee. 18. —Mrs. Jen
nie D'Olier, aunt of Franklin D'Olier
national commander of the American
Region, fell down the steps in her
home and died soon afterward
Her head was cut, but Dr. John P.
Turner, who was summoned, said
death wns due to heart trouble and
not to the accident.
"TERRIRUE TERRY" ON TRIAIj i
New York, Dec. J B—Margaret I
Murray, known as "Terrible Terry"
to a gang of alleged counterfeiters I
on trial in Federal Court here, tes-1
titled that Will'am Snvder, one of!
them, had threatened to kill her If
she "squealed." and carried a knife
with him for that purpose.
RESCUES BRAZING RARY
Pliilm'c'pliia. Dee. 18.—Quick ac-
Mon by Mrs. Elizabeth Weldy saved
her one-year-old daughter Elizabeth
from nrobah'e death when a couch
on which the child was sleeping
caught fire at their home. The fire j
was started by the explosion of stdve ,
polish.
CAN'T SU.FNCE HAYWOOD
Chicago. Dec. 18.—Federal Judge j
K. M. T.andis said there was nothir";
he could do to n>-ovont William D i
Haywood, rad'opl labor lende-. from
sneaking at Detroit next Sundn .■ ;
The American Region nost at Detroit f
had requested Judge Rnndis to issue
an order forbidding the meeting. I
PAYS WIENER SPITED UNCI.E I
Philadelphia. Dec. 18. Cn'pt. I
Clarence Wiener, who shot hiruselff
at the Hotel Imperial, New To>-g. on
Mondav ioornir". committed the
deed for l'u> 'tncß". of ptjnlaVng
his uncle. j, r, KetterH.uns. th's/.ty.
according to Hannpn ""Swatter, a close
friend.
A TALKING MACHINE FOR
THE FAMILY'S CHRISTMAS
Christmas and music—the two are inseparable. Why not, then, a talking machine as a gift to the
I family a gift which will last for years to come, giving pleasure and entertainment.
Rishel Victrola . Cheney
Every one of these instruments are well known and not in the experimental stage For quality of
tone we acknowledge no superior. Mahogany, Golden Oak, Fumed Oak and Walnut finishes. We have so
many different sizes and models with such a wide range of prices that we can suit anyone,
$25.00 to $300.00
A Useful Christmas Gift
new piece of_ this
nlckltitened, '
FURS REDUCED ] .
20 °/o sl- 59 Each
i Sauce Pans with lids .. I
AU Kinds of Ems, Neck Pieces niul MuiTs. Also Children's Furs. _
Table :
brary Table, 48 Tapestry Three-piece Suits with 78-inch Sofas,
inches long and 28 Most of our suits are with loose cushions on sofa and
inches wide; other chairs. We aim to get the best grade of tapestries for
<L tables in a large va- t h e mone y that can be obtained. We are always care
rie , ol( * en ful of the construction and workmanship in these suits
yC_ an " Mahogany, dif- as t h e y should give long time service.
ferent sizes and Some Tapestry Suits as low $155.00
vyneida i_,OmmUlllty frames walnut or mahogany 1/O •OU
Par Plate ROCKERS
100 PER CENT VALUE (1 , .-i.
msmgms&misawa zs-piece set sii- 1/ • if i Floor
te7for 10 Xll| Rockers
giyjpjaipM Vernon design is Covered with Brown Spanish
M esp£ £ ially attracti f ve ! | \r\.' j[/ m '™ itation ' $20.00
natc^^Titis o silverTs ' $35.50
scientifically de Xw
®. igned to give Bed Davenports
tW- 'lfi greatest pos- Why not select a Davenport, ' [Ban]
service for the which is such a useful gift. Long {■ |■ ■' '
'uUHSf* 1 mone y. or short Davenports, which car %Sjsir
Jrulliw' -rai sl3 50 will buv be made into a full size sleep I V
cornpie te,* iudin" [B
Toy land Is a Busy Place M* """""X
\ First Floor f
lm JJSmti A\ Dolls, Games, Sand Toys, Teddy Bears, | \
\ gSi\ Doll Furniture, Rocking Horses, Meccano and \ J)
\ J/TOl X American Builders, Roller Coasters, Go Carts, \ HHH it /
X. ml H Painting, Knitting and Stenciling Outfits, X. 811 IIIII—
—Cv* Wagons, Sleds, Drums.
CRELbu, lES WE CHARGE YOUR PURCHASE AND YOU CAN PAY
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY AS BEST SUITS YOU
Cleaners, $29.85 is Machines. No bet
the price of our Til l ter mac^ne made,
Christmas Club. ■•m&r $55 00
DECEMBER 18, 1919,
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