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South Wales Labor Government
Proposes Bill to Cut Up
Big Estates
Constitutionality of the Levy on
Population Values Will
Be Contested
SYDNEY, N. S. W., Dec. 10.—The
land tax bill of the new Labor gov
ernment is monopolizing public atten
tion to a great extent because, directly
or indirectly, it affects the interests of
more people In a tangible and substan
tial fashion than any bill that has
seen the light of day in any Australian
legislature. No legislative proposal
hitherto Introduced In this country
will have anything like such imme
diate effects upon individual citizens
as this measure if carried in its pres
ent form promises to have unless it
altogether falls to fulfill the Intention
of its authors.
The case for the imposition of some
form of land taxation by the federal
parliament can be stated briefly. There
is a case for It now, and a fairly strong
one. Whether that case Justifies a
tax In this form Is another question.
First, large areas of land suitable for
agriculture are certainly at present
locked up In the hands of wealthy
holders and are not put to their most
productive uses. The extent of this
evil Is always exaggerated, but the
evil Is undoubtedly there, and In the
Interests or Immigration and defense,
lf for no other reasons, requires to be
cured. It is not so easy for the small
farmer as it ought to bo to get land
not too remote and suitable for culti
vation on a email scale. Second, the
state parliaments have had this evil
before their eyes for a long time, but
they have up to the present taken no
vigorous or properly effective steps
to cure It.
With them land taxation was a duty,
and they are directly responsible for
letting It pass into other hands and
upon a scale that makes any kind of
equity, not to speak of equality of sac
rifice, all but Impossible. Third and
last the electors undoubtedly gave
their sanction April 13 last to the Im
position of some form of graduated
land taxation, calculated to "burst
up" the big estates containing land
suitable for closer settlement. They
did this because In most cases they
despaired of state action, long over
due, and still either neglected or in
operative. There Is, to begin with, the
fundamental question whether, taking
for granted all the evil results of state
inactivity In the past, the federal-par
liament can be the proper authority to
correct these. In other words, is it
constitutionally entitled. In the appar
ent exercise of Its taxing powers, to
regulate the conditions of land hold
ing in the states?
This is, In one of Its aspects, a dry
question of law, which is certain to
be submitted to the judgment of the
high court as soon as the tax cornea
Into operation, and constitutional
lawyers scorn much divided as to
what the answer will be. On the
precedent of the new protection cases,
where the high court held that the
federal parliament could not, by pre
tending- to impose an excise tax, regu
lato the conditions of workers in fac
tories, there seems to be some ground
for the anticipation that the gradu
ated land tax, which under the guise
of a tax undoubtedly regulates the
condition^ of the holding of land, will
be disallowed. At all events, this is
the main ground on which Mr. Deakin,
leader of the opposition, has based his
adverse amendment.
Even assuming the tax to be consti
tutional in the legal sense, It is still
quite possible for it to be unconsti
tutional In the political sense, the op
position claims. Mr. Deakin claims
that it strains the federal powers to
their utmost and imposes a. limitation
on the freedom of the states to control
thair land policy—which they alone
can control effectively—and on the
state powers of taxation. Though this
may be consistent with the bare words
of the constitution, It is claimed that
it Is not consistent with the mainte
nance of the equilibrium of govern
mental powers, and means, in effect.
the transfer of a governmental power
of the first importance from local
authorities, which can exercise it ef
fectively, to one central authority,
which for both constitutional and
practical reasons cannot. It Is not
argued that every form of federal land
taxation is obnoxious, but only that
form with which the people are now
confronted, since while affecting to
be a tax for revenue purposes it in
effect controls the size of land hold-
Ings In the states. It is argued that it
may be a good thing that the com
monwealth should be now investetd
with the power with which the con
stitution has not endowed it to legis
late on this question, but that it is not
a good thing that It should obtain or
•exercise the power by a subterfuge.
These considerations will not prevent
the passage of the bill. It is out of
fashion now to show any regard for
the maintenance of the federal prin
ciple on which the whole of the con
stitution was deliberately and care
fully founded. The people have be
come impatient >.f any barriers that
stand between the majority and the
Immediate realization of th^ir political
aspirations, even though they tii.m-
Mlves placed the Harrier where it is
only ten years ago.
The jury in the case of Louise '
Eckberger against the American Bee!
Sugar company yesterday returned a
verdict In ravor "f the plaintiff toi
$2600. The jury was instructed Thurs
day night after a hearing which be
gan Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Eckbargar was suing for $40,000
damages for the death of her hui
Franz J. Eckberger, which was claimed
to be due to the negligence of the
company, of which h< was an employe,
Eckberger was injured while trying to
put a belt on a revolving pulley.
Oliver Rich was arraigned before
Justice Summerlield yesterday on the
charge of lailure to provide for his
wife, Minnie Rich. Then? was also a
charge of child desertion made. Ho
■was released on his nun recognlWlce
to appear tomorrow alt. moon for ex
amination. Rich was arrested in Vi
palia, where he had gone to work for
n furniture company. Hit wile was
Winnie Hancy. i
Stamps on Packages Th . optic^Deparfm^t name. @§gb^^Mr-vXIxLM ITuWy/Uvi aiL, U IS \■^■' B^3&3s&< ing C or°Baked White Fish, Tomato Sauce, Mashed
7Fi^hv!ZT°'°'' to" HoorF' t^"^"-. econa 'V^ J/OMErOSKBCWX4944^*B*C*DWAr CQR. 4TH. LOS ANGELES, Tot Chocolate and Cake, 10c. -Jji
fcTm Going to Begin My Christmas Shopping Bright and Early Monday
»- ! /"• ' ' :—i — ■ 1 Think over that suggestion, then act' upon it.' Monday is going to be a wonder- i ........ •.. _ : .r: . : !~~^ - ~~ ~\~
Colored Chiffon 50 -Inch Broadcloth ful shopping day. Thousands, yes, we might say tens of thousands of Christmas SaleTiTipOrted Hand S 4^^
:" 69C Per Yard shopping lists will be started. That means that those who come earliest in the Marked $8.95 to $14.95 ...» «P«^ ':
Here's a beautifu! colored chiffon broadcloth practical for suits ay are to receve the greatest amount of shopping satisfaction. . , ■ ,■ » .. . .
and gowns In shades of reseda, olive, myrtle, taupe, mode, navy ' For your own convenience we suggest the Wells-Fargo Express office, rear Some time ago we Imported quite a shipment of beautiful nanu
blue, tan as well as golden and seal brown, catawba and canard. For your own convenience We Suggest the WellS-i'argO express OltlCC, rear. par , Th , hlpnlentcametoUB direct and represented -
The fabric that sells in a feature price at $1 a yard. An im- , . . c ■. .. • . ,- „ . ..-i .., « ■ . , m^ _ n j. „„,, •,«.__» - <
portant Monday sale, second floor,'yard 65c . , ' » OfaiBles- I . .1 in ; ; , . i ' the very latest ideas from Paris and Vienna ■ _
ktoh-w sfrtf ii And E4 inches 42-inch SUITING 7Sc—All wool The postoffice substation, aisle 10. „ .';,,.;• '.' Handbags, that were designed by the best factoriesJ n ™'™j
storm serck $1— 64 inches htrr , n(fbone «uitin«. . .hado« of *»*« %,. ,' V , • „ ■ , - - „ * • '• "'* ■• •' Fashion centers of Europe. Every one of them perfectly made ana
at that, «ye pieces of navy only. Copenhagen, cardinal, gray. The Christmas package booth, aisle 4. V, >.; ; „ ; . no two alike. " We've decided to cloip them out at ono uniform
Second Floor, Monday, tl yard. , brown, navy and green. ■ . •] - . - ■■ « ,■ .-,, . . ■„ . ... , ■ • jri ; •••• ■■__•-_ j PRr ,it B +Via fiwt they «r« now marked $8.95 to $14.95. -
at 1-kt .*. -n , c-ii * \- The Nursery to care for the children while you shop, second floor. „ price, despite tne ract tncy are now ma.rKea»o.»D» fl
New Waist Patterns of Sllk< •*• ' > , ' ,J , ■ ..,_,, . , _, ', I•' . ±, -it- . ,• We want you to note tho fino quality of calfskin, .tne nno
For her Christmas gift these are put up in boxes. 4 yards to the • The Accommodation Desk for wrapping Christmas parcels. - Rear aisle 5. ,• Vienna suede, the polished calf, the real seal and the water velvet
pattern, priced at $1.95, $2.35, $2.95, $3.98 and $4.98. Choice of plain The public telenhones and rest-rooms ' •-; v calf M well as flne morocco and sapphlan.^ -- _ . •
and fancy messalines. taffeta, etc. Find these Main Floor, aisle 6. r lle P»D IIC teiepnones ana rest rooms. „ „ .•',,. , , .. Wo want you to note that some have the rich tortoise shell
silk cord scarfing rRiNCKss sii.k 290— 84-inch soARF-. . If the elevators are crowded, remember we have five stairways leading, to the mountings, others with sterling silver lined wfth rich colored nun
scream .round.. wfti'L.^o^rSf; INGf 35c Those "PPer. «oors! ; One inaisle2, one in aisle 6in the rear, one in aise 6in the front,-. garlan^lk TaTand TSrco^ Cn\tions^^^ _
floral or border <le«igna. wld6 color ranße ln . are in whit, grounds r^ _ -. ■• .. ■. . tV. -.-_■■ nu an extensive one it is rich ln value giving and those who come
S™" fB Aw.or.. COmb'n " I T^'yZ^tic Se°°nd o~^nt:r A eV lg n^ nl- one in aisle 9 and one in-aisle 11. . . f' '.' nkt "ill have best choosing. It's a rare Christmas opportunity.
Domestics and 'JS&SL,"} MttH\■'■■', Fine Jewelry /JtsSS^il^v Stockingis for ,'.'■'j^fvy^^^Sk-
Wash Goods 1 Monda Specials mMmSek Gifts fIM&JffL
Bargain Prices to direct your at- /^»fi ■' / fi-"^ oftewe^ IK^^^Mv Ad raCtical ftS at that. Where ' f ir^^3^%
caLn a,ord to over.oo, ' it.SsS^ -n^nt ?of k^gT
DRESS GINGHAMS 5c • . g^lH^^l^ . S^,y^— pare with the Broa dway ■ show . A §JgM«| V' \
Da^n ylin' f°r J t, WOhOUrS> B:3° Handkerchiefs ridicuTous prices quoted. For ex- 1500 BoxeS S* in E ? r ' ' -^r-; ' '\W.' I
to 10:30; 10-yard limit. ■ tlanaKerCtlJ ej S amn i e . R»i.tim/, fT%l^ A Imperial Line :■.; :.^t» fc .^' .-..■■
oTTTrnr *a a n +• i ' tor Burning.. \jk* Imperial Line **%a*k.JsP
outing 4ic Are Practical $15 to $20 <tt/i >«->i< gn. t _ B >« boou. . ,-■■'■: •. c^^? rt^aM< » %S2\
This for 2 hours m 0; 8:30 to And we've repeatedly told that BROOCHES ...,..: .$ I U .g*SeS a "CS ". ; i 50C Stationery fOT
1U:OU; light colors, 1U to ZU-yara we have the best collection of Just five of these; no two alike; 12% c kind that we!ve just received. Consisting, of silk and gauze lisle , Ljhn^tTTKlt'S
lengths; no phone orders; 4£c yd. handkerchiefs in the city. If marked $15 to $20. Pearl and plain While they last, each 6c. Aisle 6. black stockings. Yellow, lavender and Viu lowuwu
ROBE FLANNEL 39c °U>Ve de°lded °n to***"**** fe Oaf^^ve^e^o oneslfwH c haa nd p efr 0f Ueci $1.45 Outfits 79c IUI. with white top, toe and heel. The J^ t nryTo UfoSn lonen os!
KVBh, 1-I.AWIM^I-, jyc be sure to Bee the splendid lines cut diamond. $10. while they last. Complete pyrography outfits, with best imported stocking we are able to post card albums or any of the
Fancy bordered Bath Robe Flannel, we offer • - - % . « -' "'-■, •'- book of Instructions in > designed buy to retail at the 'price. With two other accessories that go to
2-tone effects; 32 Inches wide; Third , , $9 TO $13 _• yi r\ O box- Regular $1.45, sale price 79c. " palrß or more of these we glve a beau, make up a complete department.
Floor. Annex; yard S9c. Poppy Brand •:■..* BROOCHES . $>*§'.%' O Tabourettes 59c tifuiholidaybox. - ; / Box Stationery
DOMET 7£c ThP h«nfl-Pmbroider<«d handker- (Solid cold brooches..7, only. Horseshoe, Square and circular top tabourettes. children's Broadway Stockings, fine A nd stationery Is so appropriate
Bleached Domet Flannel, soft fleece chief Wonders of the year; 3in a -wreath, wishbone and floral ; designs. o^*^ 'W8- 65c Md lisle ribbed. 3 pairs put up In pretty and ' P^"^,^' t Chri.tmM .'
on both sides good width; Third Floor. boxforsl . Ye 3, they &re all Set wl th genuine pearly dtemondß. 85c value. Monday- 69^_ - holiday boxes, sold by the box only. ..f^ n ™? m '»«g™£* t *'J™.,-:
Annex, yard 7Vic. linen; medium weight an each . ff^y^lffe l^y laT*4 981* : ° 12,000 /Hi These are the stockings we guarantee Partl cular emphasis on 25c,
nTTTTNTfr Qr hnY rn ntaln« a fllfferont natterns «lo" u<1 -)'t " ... * . ' -,-,.. '- -._-,vw «_i_L to give satisfaction. Theso are attrac- 50c and $1 stationery.
UUllWUyc box contains 3 different patterns. , c , 3*PV tiv» n <i nwMl Christmas location of this de-
A heavy quality outing, 27 Inches wide. What could we suggest better $4.98 TO! d* r% QO SllK ,\x# . tUe and useful. ...... partment in front Aisle 6.
Pink and blue stripes and checks. f O r Christmas gifts? t ' BROOCHEb %p j£j m%S KJ .-_,'- ;'»V s^^. 17 T) 1 >■ "V" Post Card Albums *
Third Floor. Annex, yard 9c. HanHWrhiei, «Sl Rnv Solid gold brooches, many beautiful FOUT- ftL^&S&W^ Jt Or JDaOyS JiJTiaS Every kind and description of
T^TMOMn FT ANNFT 11c nanaKercnieis q>i dox designs, set with genuine baroque and QmZ\\\ JB_P*_.'^__? .. w t^ f nt ,„ f -.,, r these much wanted nlbums at
KIMUMU iHj.AIMWL-1. lie different patterns in a box oriental pearls, sapphires and rubies. n _, fifc^' ttW^^W OUr Infants' Wear Department is fair- from lOc to $3 5Q - Parer and
Fancy Kimono Flannel; big assort- f' xflirterentp atterns w-^bi^ Marked .98 to $5.50. Sale price $2.98. ■Lil Sf> . |jyj_TN3 ifif ly alive with suggestions. Dainty gift leather backB plaln and OO!iO
ment of pretty patterns. Third Floor, Women swiss handkerchiefs, „...-,, i^l&i 1 J S&l things which include; „,..'' leaf styles. Priced exceptionally
yard lie. . %-inch hem, soft finish; tied $3 98 TO $6 _• r* f O anUS t»TL»^ri _,tt^ ,; ' low< Kestr aisle 2.
DARK PRINTS 4*c wlth dalty r'bb°n and Bet W"h VEST CHAINS. «7>_y._ Z/ . oe -^ S&tatl^/P^ r* S\ S^JUj. Fountain-Pens
DARK PKIN 1t» <\ JC a CnrJstmaa cardr $] box . "T. at 25C LiiTT^ What could b» mcro durable for
Half pieces In a good variety of pat- • Plain or fancy link vest chains nne HW_S_!jtfr . vl/C V-**-/ IO i f t B ? We carry only reliable «a-.
terns. About 400 yards. While It h.sta, Handkerchiefs $2 and $3 quality gold fllled. Sale price $-.19. T< nrn iJ&WV±. ,• ' •-. ' ant<"'d Diake!l- Waterman ' ld«»l
10-yard Hml, Third Floor. Annex! Swlgg . >andkerchlefB put up ln $6 . g8 TO $10 OQ O fhf means imWffl S-^n^^rm^' __J?p^ g^J^VgKjilS B-«
10 YDS. LONGCLOTH 85c £^_-£- TiS wThS BRACELETS.... K.fu^.^c^ M^ -%^^^g&"%Z ' Holiday' Decorations •
FloOr Annex 85c Monday ' Thlrd pretty Christmas card, all ready prlce s3.9B. ' „-«■; „...;■ „ m Enou hof them If laid end t0 end p^tical lines we offer Infants' Silk Wre»th.^o» new • pretty dMor . -
Flo6r. Annex, Bsc. for senalng awßy .. :;. , . _. , DTTnxrT ,- ft o Trine cold - fllled to reach 8 miles, and remember, Capa 2 Bc and up; Infante' Bootees 15c ""^ve Wek. 260 do«n . R«r Ai.l. J.'.-
NATN«?nOK 8 l-3c . ' H ' $1° BUC^« *iT" ■ i^, ! P w ,ti K8 they are all silk at 25c each. Full to $1.60; Mittens 10c to 35c; Sacks 35c atlier . oveltle«. - ai.o leatherette.
rMAHNJSUUiS. O I-JC . T-Tanrlkprrhief<? 25e • buckle with floral design. Set wth 68 J length, open ends and re- to $1.95; infants' Sweaters 60c to $2.25. . nc h v adArew »nd telephone
Soft finish. 36-Inch Nainsook; full WandkercllietS <!5C French rhinestones and large coral cen- s r ' c z ] e g ' lb l l^ l Je ac tically ■ any color second Floor. . ; , books, enreme n t and coowng
pieces; 12% c grade. Third Floor Annex, U-linen handkerchiefs, ' em- ter. Just one marked $10 to go at l-.J.s. comblnation you desire. .-■,;%.- m . ? -' ■nH!i elS*.^ o«n"<i -.««, >«, o v. v "
"" pnlow cases 12} c '= a^~_.*T-«: F«*A IW«i- gggg-ja?.'- Mi~«' Coats Kffl ...™ Bg- „
for Monday, Third Floor, Annex, each gg^|g|^ i,n imoorted by us direct from initial. 6 for $1.60, or $2.85 a dozen ; h h rou h ma . demon . trator explßla to you th e oon
for Monday, Third Floor. Annex, each t wii imnorted by us direct from in"'*l. 6 tor *L6O. or $2.85 a dozen t fth n h ma . draon , trator explaln to you the con
_V4C :■ 3 Handkerchief. 50c P rris WaB E rrrgl drme ynt UBln d a fancy ™rjFssLlTi* app- ,«•«»- "„ Sr'Sit o'*? I \£r- "n<> °' *°n'-:.
72x90 SHEETS 47c All linen, hand-embroidered, 3 Christmas box. p . / ' elated by any man. and 18 WondTrful "Sue. at $9.95.'- ..'A Kodak
«..._,„, 9hG6tg of full bleached mus- different patterns, ln box; also GOWNS-French embroidered, deep jj—^.g ERCHIEFS-Hem- anu . . Wlil be appreolate<l by any on. for
ff^W&WSfMS Swiss handkerchiefs; ready for jTifh^^bon^'pS at^i) f£•"-«- fij^-^ffi Su)^«t^r CoatS >£^\/ZTX ,
price, 47c. mailing, 3 for 50c. .95 and $3.95. value ■ _*»*/w»*v»^» fend prlcell# .Remember, we have the
HEAVY SHEETS 63c Handkerchiefs 25c , • Fl?^l%l?^lZ%^JlT^s $1.75 "SGSS%? """*"
-76x90, extra heavy, full bleached. , & ST^S^K^K* beadl"S- s^pln^l '^In^f V n^y Single or double-breasted^ style, for . Magazines . " .
72x90 SHEETS 59c light blue pink pale green and DRAWERS-French embroidered, wide . Christmas boxes. All elastic or misses' wear. These are trimmed with Bub , crptlon for Chrlstn... rltt..We
ar» «waap-s SI-SS--^ K-,/s,sxsr;n^s stk-^s an: _rS ay_rJWK*a»s S^g«||«J
59c _' match. and $3.95. ■ - £ BUCh a price. , *1-& ' ■ ■ '--' -■■;- .-■--: ■- -■.'- '- '■ '■■ ■ ' "' ': ' ''■ -
1 Can You Convince Me ' Decembers Colossal Price
ThatYouWillGiveUnrestrictedChoice Reductions in
of Every Men's Suit or Overcoat — -» ' tt7 ®[email protected]^i^
In the House at $15.00r Ready to Wear Garments
That's the question that was put directly to the writer of this Getting Ready for Inventory g .
wiwll—u*' announcement. That's the question we would like every reader The tremendous price upheaval in the garment section is due to the
ilsilii| MiMfi! of this paper to put to the writer, or the management of the de- immediate approach of inventory, therefore we are making before
' '^L /fv^'j <*%mtr partment, or the salesmen; for that's the question we would Christmas reductions that are better than the usual after-inventory ■ a^^^^^^^^ss^ '
t .Iw ' i s^i£il# like to answer you as we answered this man. prices. ■ . ' „„ j-.-,,.- ->^.ri i^l/j!^HK^S_SS^^7
»f ■* __li™fe^ imT^^V A^- j. i. • r . i. .i . -. Women's suits, coats, skirts, waists, sweaters, house dresses and BmMMWß^^ml)
rtHßW^i/ ■ ***"**>. yOU m °Ur announcement that every. suit wrappers bined in this remarkable price festival. ! ■ l||l^RSfW
Imlm ' V \§/ ' -\ or overcoat in this house marked and selling regularly at Thousands of dolars' worth of high-grade wearing apparel for &SW^^^^i
WeM' %■ -*ia $16.50 to $27.50 would be offered in this sale at $15, and J women at these determined and bona fide price cuts. ( " wKJj^IMmI
jHr. J; l *' lA we mean every word of it. -. $19 50 to $32.50 $19.50 to $50 - £(• ftZ ' > W^J^T
W t > ip, | m'-A — yes, but how many of the better suits are you go- Cloth d* -t ACSfI French Blouses *p 1 O ii^jlwS (fit)
tt"^Wm ; V\ \ ing tO pUt away? That's another question that was Suits *P •* 4 imported lines, we say $1950 to ' J^i^W SffL\ J_||
i&^'^lPli Pk % Put up to the writer and it's another question that Women .s*" * * man . tallO red suits $30 values although the $r.o ones r fW. 7 KVw /*
jS-' mp a R^jL * Women's strictly man-tailored suits h recently been marked down to I\ v / mtf' V^^Jbl
$kL H jt I 1 \ we answered that man and you. Not a single suit of cheV iots, serges and mixtures in J ave Ricn blouses of the nnest (kU'; f mMjMI
Mm^?r>.&..- >" - •■'■|. _| \ haS been reserved, not a single overcoat, not a sin- a wide range of styles. Black and Pren p h chlffon nnd Bilk> i abo ratpiy .]&A T '» __i I /'i
frw74 ; ' T s*Ǥ*&\ f?le garment disturbed from the racks or tables all the desired colorings. Regular decorated wlth arni tures. Colors Im \\->il|'H__i W'\\
;:f||»'|^« '•'" I WsWL' \ where they have been displayed and marked plain- prices $19.50 to $32.50; sale price only; no blacks Thlnk of bemg /IWS^A ■'^rmw 111
ifli^. ;, \ Jl«lL ly at $16.50 to $27.50. * 14'Jif- able to buy theso blouses that were /W,\a\[ \//,f V
V« JP' '■ ''""^W^l _- —We laVe throughout the whole season prided $25 to $50 d* IC\ Oi3 imported direct from Paris at this .; / IW/yAI \ ')£/ I' /-I
■,■ Hi vm \ IIP ourselves" upon the splendid quality of this clothing, Tailored Suits. #J> J. J/'^ 0 ridiculous price— $15. / ifwCßv 1-L^_R- 11/
'W" 'W" ■' I' WM W and Wi l h K (K)li, reaSOn ' f°, r tllere iSn>t a better;se" if it wasn't for the determined ,r- $15 to $19.50 rh t-4 QC IMJW\ "Iw\ // I I
li-'- ~J&* ?* ■ . i> ■ # lected line in the city at the prices we charge. fort back of this movement surely rjoth Dresses «Tl I_l •<^t i^W^ JW^\\\\ '
\ :';: A 'f A / —This sale is an effort to reduce the stock before you'd never be able to buy theso ' '^ ■*• •*■ v, /■ ■ ] £$jf liliTT^ It S
S^»iiWi|/ inventory time; it's an effort that has brought big S;,,Si,"SCT e =nSyr, jj^ I**l1**1^ O Z'LZI "SS WIMIW ilk 4
Ul * ]s|~'' 't . s / response today and will bring bigger response as chiffon broadcloth, imported noy- wnill ...... henriettaa \V*i/l hlW&t /I J (■ \
r^WfAll^^ the day. advance, for men are gohtg to talk about lu^Cg^^^o^^^ bE Sfan^" M MM
this event. ,' "Choice of blacks, blues and grays other shades. Every size up fo 44 ■ l/iUU flilM' | ; "i 111 llllll\\\\\\\ :;
Perhaps there's many a man who reads this announcement who will pass it by with a shrug of and^the pastel ■ "ail"''" '""" bust. Regu i ar prlce3 $ig, $17.50. MM JP^I I ; JllllMVf
the shoulders or a curl of the lip. The writer would like nothing better than an opportunity to "" .. > $19.50; choice $u.o». ■>''■■'wf//J ''^n ' \ TTfjil\\\\l\l\\
convince the man who feels this way about it to come to the Advertising Office and let me tell $5 to $6.95 \\rh r\ AQ $29 50 to $50 •ih r>-4 98 '<&/ ■• I 1 11 ' ill\\Wl\\
you the policy upon which this advertising is based. I'll venture to say that within five mm- Silk Waists ... %bj£i»*t'KJ Evening Dressea S2 J - II I -ffl Sl\\v\\\^''
utes or less you'll be convinced that not only this announcement but all Broadway publicity One tho ■ ■ be.t barga)nß tnat _,ht& . . . , /*! '.; b fin .- . ;,. fl II I 1 |'l\\Vw .' ; ;> i
is built upon facts, not effect. ;' :. ; . have entered for Monday. Absolute Bright, dainty chiffon evening \l iI! IV
lb DUllt Upon iacis, noi encc.l. flde $fi> , 5-96 and $695 silk dresses, richly designed silk dresses fl fffi|lfll\l
Remember, we began the sale with over 1000 garments between the iwo -J^ - —* waists to be closed out at $2.48. and handsome costumes of silk and , Lfj ll Jug |,I ■IVI
prices we've named, and though we've been as busy as bees, Monday and Tues- X} I *S 1 .ffi^.attS." and £S£ protty velvet dreBSea . B<th low '^^If.W
day Show Signs of be^hg even busier. Men's Annex. *T ■*" *^ mlliim In black and a variety of de- nee* and high collar models. Black % I
. u..,i "tun "'h" 3 ' h , s | rp(l colors. Assorted sizes. Sale and desired shades. Regular prices B
U „_^———_——-_-—.^— ————i - «— —i^—— ——'J price $2.48. _ ■ .. . $29.60 to $60;: sale prlco $21.98. _ ■ ' -.V/J

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