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I I ! ! I I ÇAFFTY FIR<sT orvi l* i I i mot - NEW YORK. Jan. I—'Seventy-five min 75 Minutes From Battery to Cocktail to Be Geo graphical Position WILL PROVIDE Ute* from the Battery to a cocktail will be the geographical position and the week-end lot of members of the Nep «•ne Ocean Outing Club, a seagoing or itur of thirsty men now organizing •-■venty-flve minutes—for the club owns « fast boat and the captain has made •n exhaustive study of the shortest line between the oily pier and the three mile limit. Moreover, the urge of the club mem ber* will be Inspiring to the stokers : und engineers as piteous screams of dip- j tress lend wings to the feet of the Ideal ] policeman Only a chosen few of the great city's j prohibition patients wilt be accept* H as club members. These will leave the city at the close of business each Sat urday on board their floating clubhouse ; and will spend their week-ends carol ing merry ditties on the deep. Out on the high seas workday cares will be put off—even as they were In the old days—and the playful clubmen will gambol, cups In hand, singing "Gaude amus Igltur" and chanting Omar. Their ship will return to her dock Monday morning In time for buslnes*. ! - There will be 104 perfect evenings In the year for the members of this new order. Quarters. said the director of the club ut the Neptun * Association, are now be- j Ing planned. The clubhouse will be a | 'ast, twi'n-tscrew pass'-ngv'r steamer i î I I fitted with a great bar add aranged lo icooramodate 300 Dionysian*. ■"Safety First" adaptations will be In corporated, which will prevent mem bers from climbing overboard on the mistaken premises that the sea Is a dance floor and the dolphins waiting by the vessel's side are mermaids wait ing for waltzes. The clubhouse Is now j.' CC0W0000090CCC^OK0Q6C9000Ce 1 The Boston Cloak Store 424 Market Street Opens Ua3y, 9 A.M. Close 5.30; Saturday, 9 P. M. DANIEL S. LAUB, Prop. Be Sure You're in the Boston Cloak Store When You Come Down to Buy Tomorrow—Where the Real •î Half Price Sale Is Going on and Growing in Importance Each Day it Lives Phenomenal Values Will Be Found in Fresh Re serve Stocks Brought Forward For Saturday's Selling -Coats Women's, Misses'& Juniors $16.50 COATS $20.50 COATS.$14.75 $35.00 COATS ... r. .$17.50 $45.00 COATS $5300 COATS $73.50 COATS $89.50 COATS Suits Regular and Extra Sizes Included $10.50 SUITS.$0.75 $25.00 SUITS $30.50 SUITS $40.50 SUITS $59.00 SUITS.$20.50 $60.00 SUITS.$34.50 $93.00 SUITS.$4650 $8.25 $12.50 $10.75 $24.75 $22.50 $26.50 $36.75 $44.75 All wanted materials. All colors. Scores of stylish models All wanted materials, colors and trim mings. Newest models, etc. Dresses Skirts Regular and Stout Sizes Regular and Sivut Sizes $ 3.98 SKIRTS.$ 1.99 $ 7.50 SKIRTS.$ 3.75 $12.00 SKIRTS $17.50 SKIRTS $23.50 SKIRTS M $ 9.50 DRESSES. ....$ 4.75 $19.00 DRESSES ... .$ 0.05 $20.50 DRESSES ... .$14.75 $37.50 DRESSES ....$18.75 $40.50 DRESSES 8 $ 6.45 $ 8.75 $11.75 »» it h $24.75 . I u s* All Material, All Shades, All Trimmings. Scores of Stylish New Models. All Wanted Materials, Newest Effects, Wanted Colors. Scores of Stylish Models. »■ I At AH Our Strictly FURS Half High-Grade Dependable Placed in the Sale Without Reserve S fi Scarfs, *12= *16^ *23^ *32^ Muffs, »44S *7= *13= *24= In Newest Styles, Wanted Furs and AH Wanted Colors Sweeping Clearance of all Sweaters Newest Styles J-Jalf AH Colors , In the Groups Price to $ 7i2 * ' Qo o o oeo o oooeo nnonooccoocc o ooe »ooaaoo» oseoeeosoeoeaeososcecc refitting and will make Its first trip near the end of January. New Year's Personal Liberty Outing Club will be a permanent th'iig—and a most exo'usive club., There will be two classes of membership, active and pas slve—those who go out and those who stay ashore—and the nature of the mem be-'sh'p will change ,ts th« spirit moves the holder Passive members will pay f3 a week dues, while active members w'll pay f.30 There will be nô charge for fare. but. of course, that which a member himself proposes lo carry after he reaches the three-mile llm'l, that must he buy The club will make two trip* a year ,0 •'ranee and K-gland to replenish Its p r i nr |pai furn shings. It will sail un- der th» American flag unless the Con «Mlutlon of the United Slates Interfere* «emc- Trapper*! Raw Shins Purchased for Cash r^aEFEIT'' " Commencing Today! Annual January Clearance of Furs * ; OU are invited to come to Mawson & PeMany to participate rt in the extraordinary savings that will be the order ol the day and the season in the greatest Clearance Event we have j i ever staged. The tremendous volume of business that has followed our policy of manufacturing direct and retailing direct to the customer has proven so 'successful that large and most S interesting quantities of odd numbers and broken assortments P: now remain to be cleared at very substantial reductions. The u savings that will be available to you will amount to not less than it 30 to 50 Per Cent on all Y [51 ■ . M Fur Coats — Scarfs — Stoles — Chokers — Muffs — Coatees 1 Our usual liberal policy will be maintained, permitting t g you to— Reserve Your Purchase on Payment of a Small Deposit Mail Orders Efficiently Filled Charge Accounts Solicited r I •I Mavteon & DeMatrp j 1215 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Liberty Bonds Accepted vklUi the charter purpose of the club. In willeh case It will operate under a for eign registry. And hereby hacgs another story, one concerning Itself with the e*l«bll*h-i ment of a happy Island, whose Heels ultimately might gladden half the ■ world. This more altruistic thought, I however. Is still In a nebulous and spec ulative slate. The present club Is organizing as a Joint stock company, w'lh 900 shares ol «1000 each- The plan Is to Incorporait the choicest spirits of New York in tin merry cruising fraternity. Touring cars may Want« MU ne sold by the Want Ads and runabouts and electric cars will be advertised through the = i j « OUR STORK OPENS AT Î). CLOSES AT 5.30 , CLOSES ON SATURDAY AT 0. AND THE FAMOUS PINK STAMPS GIVEN ON ALL PURCHASES ' j. 1 IT! l A MIGHTY INSTITUTION m r £c£: We Offer Our Patrons Many Spe cial Attractions for Saturday and Advise Them to Visit All of Our Many Departments An Exceptional Offering of m Women's High Grade Shoes 7 I * Li l um; Sfii 5 * : m s 1 Beginning Tomorrow, Saturday, al the Unusually Low Price m u III $5.95 Brown kid bool, Louis heel. Tan lace shoes, military heel. Heavy tan walking shoes, military heel. Gun metal lace, grey buck ton, Cuban heel. Black kid with half Louis heel. Grey kid Suede top lace, turn sole Grey Suede hoot, Louis covered heel. Mouse brown kid. buck lop, Louis covered heel. REGULAR $8.00, $0.00 AND $10.00 SHOES. $2.95—Special—$2.95 Dull leather, lace, low heel, patent leather, button, high or low heel. Regular $3.50 and $4.00. Worth $6.00. January Sale of Blankets and Comforts Commencing Saturday Morning, 3d Inst. ^ V a *L< C 'ÙêSh 1 Î: V ; -r : ' « IK • - / ue at W\M * \\ *•» A For Tomorrow Girls' Coats I". * rv* vi VNÎ ^ >> BU Blankets Formerly $6.00 to $35.00 now Lot No. 1, White, Grey and Plaids Lot No. 2, White, Grey and Plaids Lot No. 3, Wirte, Grey and Plaids Lot No. 4, White, Grey and Plaids Lot No. 5, White, Grey and Plaids Lot No. 6, White, Grey and P aids Lot No. 7, White, Grey and Plaids Lot No. 8, White, Grey and Plaids Lot No. 9, Wh'te, Grey and Pla ! ds Lot No. 10, White, Grey and Pla'ds Lot No. 11, White, Grey and Plaids .$ 2.85 .$ 4.50 .$ 6.50 $ 6.75 .* 7.50 ,$ 8 50 .*10.00 *12.50 ,$17.50 .$ 20.00 $22.50 $4.60 to $25.00 T \ Taffeta, Silk, Poplin and Serge Dresses Formerly $10.00 to $22.50 Comforts Lot No. 1, Cotton Filled. Lot No. 2, Cotton Filled . Lot No. 3, Cotton Filled . Lot No. 4, Cotton Filled . Lot No. 5, Cotton Filled. Lot No. 6, Lambs Wool . Lot No. 7, Lambs Wool . Lot No. 8, Lambs Wool . Lot No. 9, Down . Lot No. 10, Down . Lot No. 11, Down . Lot No. 12, Down . Baby Blankets, in white . Baby Blankets, in pink and blue Baby Comforts, Lambs Wool .. Bath Robe Blankets, in colors .. Odd lots of Lace Curtains, one pa.r of a pattern; value up to $7.50, for $2.85 a pair. .$ 2.50 .$ 5.00 ..$ 6.50 .$ 8.00 .$ 9.00 .$12.50 .$15.00 .$16.00 .$18.00 .$22.50 .$25.00 .$32,50 $3.50. $5.00 and $6.00 ,$1.00, $1.35 and $1.50 .$6.50 to $10.50 .$5 to $7.50 now $7.GO ,o $16.50 Plush, Velvet, Velour and Felt Hats Formerly $1.50 to $10.00 now î $1.00 ,0 $3.50 306-314 Market St. > Wilmington, Del. LIPPINCOTT & CO., Inc.