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CITY WITHOUT RIGHT TO ISSUE MORE BONDS? Joker in Tax Law Interpreted to Rescind All Au thority. Attorneys examining the “home rale” ,tax law, amending the Godrich state tax law passed by the special session of the legislature after more than two weeks of wrangling, today discovered a “Jokr” in Section 4, by which, they say, the state tax board lost its power to pass on bond issues when the governor signed the bill. The section- of the amending statute, as passed by the legislature and signed by the governor, states that “after Jan. 1,1621. any municipal corporation, through its proper legal officers, may issue such bonds -or other evidence of indebtedness as it may deem necessary," with the evi dent intent of taking the power to pass on bonds away from the tax board not hefcre the first of next year. By doing this the legislature made the old section 201 Inoperative immediately and does not make the substitute sec tion operative until Jan. 1, 1621. Thus, it is contended, all authority for the Issuance of bonds is eliminated mak ing it impossible for either local au thorities or the tax board legally to pass on bond issues in the interval be fore Jan. I,’ 1921. Thtls,* since the amendments took ef fect immediately on being signed by the governor, there being an emergency clause in the bill, the state tax board, as well as local taxing officials the attorneys say, has had no power to pass on bond issues since Saturday, when the governor signed. It is pointed out by the lawyers that if their eonention that the power of the tax board has been wiped out all acts of that body in passing on bond issues since the governor signed are illegal. In case the contention of the attorneys Is found to be correct the city of Indian apolis would be affected materially. The ’board of park commissioners an nounced Thursday that probably they would be compelled to go before the state tax board this fal* to get permis sion again for bond ismes for which permission has been granted, because the building material to he used in shelter houses and other work contem plated has gone up in value. The board of public health and char ity’s $500,000 nurses’ home for the City hospital also might be affected by the “joker,” if the board decides to try to sell bonds before Jan. 1, since, under the contention of the attorneys, t|ie health board would not be compelled to seek the permission of the tax board. MARION COUNTY DEFIES ORDERS OF TAX BOARD (Continnfd From Paje One.) a member -of the board of review, it was evident that Ralph Lemcke, treasurer, had changed his opinion. Lemcke. who is a candidate for re election as county treasurer on the re publican dckPt. suddenly upset the plans pt Auditor Fesler to certify the tax du plicates back without a change, by In 'siating that justice be done to the tax payers. On the suggestion of Henry F. Camp bell and Mr. Lemcke, as well as Mr. Fesler. the real efcfgte transfer book was produced and comparison made of the selling price of the land with the as sessed valuation. It was discovered In Lawrence town |fenip that land was actually selling less Khan the assessed valuation. ■ That easily coju-inced the five members ■of the board of review that in this town s ehip as w-ell as four -others the present assessment, which includes the horizontal increases, was too high, and that a re duction should be made, Lemcke a'ppeared to take every op portunlty at this time to take issue with Auditor Feeler who first insisted- that no changes be made, but a soon as he was confronted with the unfair assess ments/ in Lawrence township and four others, he agreed to the reductions > Mr. Vorhies stated he was in favor of knocking out all the horizontal increases, but was of the opinion that the rcdiK tions in a measure atoned for some of - the wrong committed by the state tax J board I Andltor Fesler, Treasurer Lemcke. As sessor Douglas. Mr. Campbell and Mr. j Torhies voted unanimously to the reduc tions when it was found that real estate j in five out of nine townships were selling t below the assessed valuation. When the board of review was brought fface to face with the fact, it was neccs * sary to make the reductions in order to i fulfil! their oaths not to certify back any assessment but true cash values. ; The board did not change the horizon tal increase of 50 per cent on personal ; property in Marion county. I Mr. Fesler stated the reduction In the .five townships would result in a slight reduction in the aggregate assessed val nation of Marion connty. < “It will probably result in the reduc tion of several millions,” Auditor Fesler said. It is thought the farmers’ federation will proceed with their proposed suit to test the validity of the TnthiU-Kiper act because Mr. Vorhles indicated that the farmers were insisting on a complete withdrawal of the horizontal Increases and the restoration of the original as sessments. Soldier Buried With Military Honors Arlie Mohlar, 23, of 2201 Lexington ■venne, a soldier who served overseas during the world war, was buried today with military honors. Mohlar died in a military hospital at El Paso. Tex. The funeral was held at the soldier’s home and a firing squad, under the com inand of Lieut. Miller, accompanied the body to Crown Hill. A buglar sounded ’•taps.” The services were arranged by the Moore & Kirk funeral directors. Says Lloyd George ( Concocts War 9 on Russia LONDON. Aug. 6.—Uproar broke out in the bouse of commons this aft ernoon when Joseph Devlin, an Irish nationalist member, accused Premier Lloyd George of “concocting war against Russia.” The session was suspended. Devlin was ordered by Speaker Lowther to leave the house following his sensational utterance. The trouble began when Devlin shouted: , “Premier Lloyd- George has de clared war on Ireland and now he has gone elsewhere concocting war against Russia.” Instantly pandemonium broke out. Above the din Devlin shouted: “I despise the house of commons.” The flery Irish member finally de parted accompanied by other natton *lS*t* and a majority of the laborites. but not until he had aired further bis views of the British government. When Speaker Lowther first or dered Devlin to depart the latter refused, shouting: “Bring on your army of occupa tion.” Sure , *Vef is Glad He Is Able to See This Photograph MALDEN, Mass., Aug. 6.—Thomas G. Karahalis, world war veteratf. hale and hearty, received from France a photograph of his grave. The photograph clearly showed hia name on the woolen cross. ALLIES STAND READY FOR WAR AGAINST REDS (Continued From Page One.) will maintain neutrality in the Russo- Foiish war resulted from reports that the French were concentrating troops in the Strasbourg and Belfort areas, ac. cording to an Exchange Telegraph dis patch from Berlin. Dr. von Simons threatened the dis armament qf the French troops if they "violate German neutrality.” Anew special commission has been ap pointed at Berlin to advise the govern ment in eastern European affairs. The attitude of the Germans in the dis tricts occupied by French, British and American troops, over the possibility of sending allied forces through Germany to Poland is described as passive. At the headquarters of the bolshevik trade mission, headed by M. Krassin and M. Kamenneff, there were evidences of anxiety, but it was declared that “busi ness was going on as usual.” “Are you packing up to leave?” one member of the mission was asked. “We are still here and we do not ex pect to go away,” was the reply. "We believe the crisis will ultimately be adjusted along the lines suggested by Premier Lloyd George. "But we are In the dark regarding de velopments at Moscow. “It is very difficult to get any word from Moscow.” FRANCE WILL NOT SEND SOLDIERS TO POLAND PARIS, Aug. 6.—France will not at tempt to send troops to Poland, accord ing to the newspaper Matin today, be cause it is estimated It would take a month for any considerable force to reach the Russo-Polisb battle front. "If troops were sent they would nec essarily be numerous to avoid the loss of French-prestige through defeat of a small force,” said the Matin. The Jouraal contends a more drastic blockade of Russia will not hurt the bolshevlki. “The bolshevlki will laugh at any threat to refuse resumption of commercial re lations,” said this newspaper. "The Rus sians will have plenty of trade with Ger many.” “If England, United States, France and Italy would send *two or three divisions each they could easily stop the Russian advance, aald Gustav Herve, writing in the newspaper Liberte. ACTION OF BRITISH IS VIRTUALLY WAR LONDON. Aug. 6. It was semi of ficially reported today that the British -cabinet had decided to take action against Russia, which virtually amounts to war. Premier Lloyd George considers that the bolghevikl have broken faith in con tinuing their advance against Poland, it was stated. Preparations for aiding Poland have been ordered rushed according to this information. The blockade will be re established and munitions will be sent, if the plan decided upon, ts gone through with. The reported plan calls for the soviet government to be notified British aid will continue to be sent to Poland until it is certain Russia will grant Poland a just peace after which the sending of this assistance will be stopped. Tbe cabinet was In session through out the morning. Officials to Inspect Cincy Nurses’ Home Members of the board <>f public health, City Purchasing Agent Dwight S. Ritter. Dr. Harry Forepaan, superintendent of the City hospital. Architect Wlfllttm E. Rnss, and possibly Gustav <>. Schmidt, president of the city council, were to go to Cincinnati by automobile late today for the purpose of inspecting the nurses' home of the Cincinnati General hospital with a view toward getting Itltns to. ,n'- nurses' home which is to be built at the City hospital here. Inspection trips to Chicago and St. Louis will be taken later. MOTHER! Syrup of Figs” Child’s Best Laxative Accept “California” Syrup of Figs only —look for the name California on \he package, then you are aure your child is having the best and most barmlet* physic for the little stomach, liver and Sowels. Children love Its fruity taste, full directions on each bottle. Ton must *av “California.”—Advertisement. Headaches From Slight Golds “Laxative Bromo Quinine Taisteis" relieve the Headaclfe by Curing the ColdL <£.%hStrX' NO CHANGES IN TICKET MADE (Continued From Page One.) will attend the meeting of • the demo cratic editors of the state at South Bend, Aug. 25. It is planned should Gov. Cox go to MAG’S CAT-PRICE DRAGS Another Big Cut in the Price of Drugs —No Mail Orders Filled at the Reduced Prices Everything Fresh, Genuine, of the Purest and Best Quality. Prices Subject to Change Without Notloe $1.50 Abbott’s Saline Laxative $1.19 COc Abbott’s Saline Laxative 49e 75c Abbott's Rheumatic Remedy...69o $2.50 Absorblne $2.24 $1.25 Absorblne Jr 98c 50c Abilena Water 88* tl.oo Albolene Oil 74c 5c Allen’s Ulcerine Salve 25c 75c Alophen Pills (100) 49c 00c Aloin Strych. and Bel. Pills 840 250 Alcock’s Porous Plaster 15c $1.25 Alkallthia 98c 35c Analgesic Balm 29c 75c Analgesique Bourne Bengue 59c 76c Antiphlogestine 59e SI.OO Aspirin Tablets (100), 5 gr...45c 51.25 Aspirin Tablets. Bnyer 88c 20c Aspirin Tabs.. 1 doz.. 10c: 3 doz.2sc oOc Armours Grape Juice, pints....29c SI.OO Arhlophorls '. 85c 50c Bay Rum, Glycerine and Rose Water. 25c 50c Badex Salts 30c 25c Beeehajn Pills 19c 25c Bellans ’ 19c 75c Bellans 69* 25<- Belladonna Plaster 15c 30c BcH’r Pine Tar and Honey 24c 23c Barkeeper’s Friend lc $1 Blair’s Gout and Rheu. Pi115...84n 50c Rlaud’s Iron Pills 84c 75c Bland’s Liquid Iron. Lilly’s 59c SI.OO Bltro-Phnsphate 84c 35c Borden’s Engle Milk, 3 for 48e SI.OO Rlfss Native Herb Tabs 7ic 25c Burkhardt’s Veg. Tabs 19c 30c Brorao Seltzer 23c 00c Bromo Seltzer 4flo $1.20 Bromo Seltzer 89c SI 10 Rrownatone 89c $1.25 Oadomene Tabs 98c 25c Calomel Tablets. 100 any size...loc 15c Camphor Moth Balls 10c fiOc California Syr. Figs 49c 50c Camphor Spirits 25c 25c Capsoltn 19* 60c Caothrox 49c 35c CapudJne 29e 70c Capudlne 59c 50c Cas.ara Aronj, Sweet, 3 oz 25c 50e Cascare Bitter, 3 oz 25c 50c Cascara Cathartic Hinkle 24c 15c Carbolic Acid 10c 25c Carter’s Little Liver PUl* 19 50c Castor OH. pure, half pint 85c 85c Castor Oil. pure, one pint 60c 35c Castor oil, Kellog’s tSc 50c Castor OH. Kellog’s S9o $1.50 Carlsbad Sprudel Salts 98c 25c Celery Yesce ic lsoc Celery Vesce j<j c SI.OO Celery Vesce 74c ■ r .oo Clavton’s Mange Remedy !^39p SOc Clayton's Dog Remedies Sp 35c Capaiha and Cubeb Caps 29e 75c Qbnn Hair Color Restorer ... 59c 35c Coregea , 9< . 25c I’olorlfe, 12 colors, each. tSc 1.5 c Comp. Licorice Powd .....10c 50c Calcium Wafers .'. *9c 60c Chase’s Blood A Verve Tab 49c 81.00 Creole Hair Color Restorer . BSr ,>V Danderlms. go,, ROc Danderine 4*e SI.OO Danderine !!!' 74c 50c Damschlnskev’s natr Dve. 25c Delost's Headache P.rwd I‘ie 50c Denstured Alcohol, quart tiu -75c Dean's Liquid Smoke S9e 6Oe DeWltt’s Kidney Pills !..se 60c. Doan's Kldnev Pills !! . 45* 50" rake’s Croup Remedy 89<- 25c Pb.xngen ,oc 15c Diamond Dye. 10c; S fori1!! tile 50c Eatonlc !..88r 50c Ead’u Rheumatic Pllis ...”!!!** SI.OO End’s Rheumatic Pills ~!74e 25c Edwards’ Olive Tablets ... J9c SIOO Enos Fruit Salts .!!..! 85e $1.50 Fellow’s Comp. Syr. Hypo 81 to $1 00 Formaldehyde 74,. 35c Formaldehyde, 4 ounce* I. ?8c 50c Formaldehyde Fumlgnfor. "!wc $1 00 Grape Juice. New Vorkf quarts.Av 35c Freevone for Corns r.se Glover’s Mange Remedy’m.- 35c Gets*lf for Corns ..!!!s•* 75c Glycotnnpbene '‘ 59c $1.50 Glycotanphene j, ',j, ?,0" < ,lvi othymollne Mr Glycolhymollne 4Rc SI.OO Glycothytnollne .... .Mr *1.25 Glide’s Peptomang ] "** r $1.25 Gray’s Glycerin Tonic i>g" 30c Grove’s Itromo Quinine js r 85c Jad Salts t>Ur 50c Bicycle Cards ...,S!e 35c Helmet Cards 35c Chamois Skin xite SVOO Chamois Skin 75,. $2.00 Chamois Skin $1.48 SIOO Au*o Sponge .. $1.50 Auto Sponge $1.16 $2 00 Auto Wool Sponge $1 is $2.50 Auto sponge $1 98 25c Haag's Pills for Biliousness 25c 35c Hand’s Baby Remedies 79c 60c Hays' Hair Health 49c Hot Water Bottles, Fountain Syringes and Combinations at Cut Prioes 2Sc Haag’s Water Glass Preserves Egga 10* 1 2 Ntonlha. Haag'a Insect Powder Kills Bad Buga. Ftaaa, Bosches and Plant Hot Sail PIH for Indlgetfltn, Sick Headache, BHiousnm and Constipation The 7 Haag Cut-Price Drag Stores art Locattd in the Center of the Shopping Dittrict of Indianapolis The Haag Drug Store at 156 N. Illinois is only Six Doors North of Intorurban Station The Haag Drug Stores at 27 and 53 South Illinois St. are in the Square South of Washington St. The Haag Drug Store, 101 West Washington St., is in the Point Store Room of the Lincoln Hotel. The Three Other Haag Drag Stores are located 114 North Pennsylvania St., 55 Virginia Ave. and 802 Massachusetts Ave., corner College. GOODRICH SPECIALS (GOODRICH FABRIC BILVERTOWN CORDB 6,000-mile guarantee 8,000-mile guarantee List Sire Spec. Price List Sire Spec. Price - $19.10 30x3 N. S 812.75 $42.30 32x3% Rib 835.00 JUJIM i $23.20 30x3V0 N. S.s 15.75 $55.50 32x4 N. 5.546.00 $28.05 32x5% N. S. $19.75 $67.25 33x4 N, 8.848.00 11 $32.50 31x4 N. 5.526.00 $63.00 32x4% N. S $52.00 Jk§ f|f\ s $36.80 32x4 N. S $26.75 $67.05.34x4% N. 8.555.00 |§fg! iff 1 $38.60 33x4 N. 3.528.00 $79.50 33x5 N. 8.566.00 gfgl $53.15 34x4% N. 8 $38.50 SB3-25 35x5 N. 8.569.00 HIE r $55.45 35x4% N. S $39.25 $86.40 37x5 N. 8 $72.00 pig OTHER SIZES NOT LISTED SOLD IN PROPORTION MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AT ABOVE PRICES Tubes at Special Prices H| ! Red or Gray—Special Price ■HAy Choice of Goodrich, Any 3, size '4'// /^ A Part of Above Tubes Are Slightly Shopworn ABOVE PRICES ON TUBEB GOOD ONLY UNTIL AUG. 10th SPECIAL—3Ox3y 2 N. S. Tires $10.50 Close-Out Specials Reg. Price. Spec. Price. Reg. Price. Spec. Price. SI.OO Spark Plugs 30<* 75c Wrench Set 500 $17.50 Ford Seat Covers SB.OO $1.50 Trouble Lamps 95<> Ajax Special—Road King Tread EXTRA LOW PRICKS ON List Price. Spec. Price. "I^S&S£S D $23.20-30x3% SIB.OO __________________________________J Special Price Good Only Until Aug. 10th STATE DISTRIBUTERS FOR QUAKER AND NORWALK TIRES. “Quality Considered, We Sell It For Less” OPEN SATURDAY EVENING TILL 9 O’CLOCK CITIZENS AUTO SUPPLY WHOLESALE CO. RETAIL Pearl C. Barnes, Mgr. Homer E. Entow, Asst. Mgrv Maas. Ave. at Delaware and New York Sta. MAIN 4188 BOTH PHONEB AUTO. 27-684 Ai> D iAi* A UAiLY iiiYiiiS, ridjJAl, AuUuSjl b, IbzU. South Bend to make this the formal open ing of the campaign in Indiana. Beginning the latter part of August, ■district meetings will be held by the democratic organizations in every dis trict of the state. It is planned to make these district meetings rallies which will open the campaign in each of the districts. These meetings will start with the 35c Harlem Oil Cops Tillyi 290 35c Harlem Oil Caps Gold 290 25c Hill’s Cascara Quinine Tabs 190 50c Horlicks Malted Milk S9c SI.OO Horllck’i Malted Mil* 69e $3.75 Horlick’s Malted Milk $2.98 *1.20 Hemo Malted Milk S9c $4.00 Hemo Malted Milk $2.93 $1.50 Hood's Sarsaparilla 98c 75c Imperial Granum B9c $1.25 Imperial Granum 89c 30c Lavorls 28c COc Lavorls 46c SI.OO Lavoris 84c oOe Llsterlne 42c SI.OO Lotus for Gray Hair..., 740 80c Lysol 16c 00c Lrsol 420 COc Lime Stone Phosphate 39c 25c Metalglns Polish 19c $1.50 Maltine, all kinds $1.19 30c Miles’ Anti Pain Pills 24c $1 10 Miles’ Nervine 74c 25c Mentholatum 19c SOc Mentholatum 39c 93c Mellln’s Food ....64c 90c Mead's Dextro Maltose 64c COc Milks Emulsion 46c $1.25 Milks Emulsion 89c 15. Moth Balls ..10c SOc Mueol 24c . SOc Mufti Cleaner 24c 30c Musterole 24c COc Musterole 49c 20c Napthnlene Flakes 13° 25c Nature's Remedy 19c SOc Nature’s Remedy 89c SI.OO Nature’s Remedy 74c $1.50 Neoferrum $1.19 SI.OO Nutated Iron 69* 50c Nujol 39c $1.50 Nujol 69c 60c Olive Oil, Pompeian, half-pint.. .39* SI.OO Olive Oil, Pompeian, pint 74c 35c Omega Oil 29c COc Omega Oil 49c SI.OO Ovoferrln 84c SI.OO Oil of Herein Caps 84c 50c Pape's Diapcpstn s9c SI.OO Pepgen 690 15c Peroxide Hvdrogen ....9n 50c Phillies’ Milk of Magnesia 89r 25c Phenolax Wafers lc SOc Phosphate Soda Merck* 2lc 75c Phosphate Soda. Wyeth’s 59c 60c Plnex For Cough Syrup 49c $125 Pierre’s Favorite Pres 89c $1.25 Pierce's Golden Med. IMseov...B9c $1.25 Plnkhnm V*g Comp 7c SI.OO Plneollum 84c 20c Qulnln* yaps. 2 gr., 1 doz. . ~lsc 35c Sal Hepatlca.. 28c 70e Sal Hepatlca 69* $l4O Sal Hepatic* 98* SI.OO Salvitae 74c $1.50 Salvllae $1.79 sl.lO S. S. S. Blood Remedy 67c 75c Scott's Emulston 59c $1.50 Scott’s Emulsion 98c 35c Sloan’s Liniment 29c 70c Sloan’s Liniment ...66* 50c Stanolax 89c 35c Ktero Cubes 28c TSc St. Jacob * Oil 29* 60c St. Jacob's Oil 49* $1 15 Swamp Root St 60c Swamp Root 45c 600 Walnutta Hair Stain 45c 35c Wild Root Hair T.rtilc 29c 60c Wild Root Hair Tonic 49c sl.on Vlnol 74c $1.25 Veracolate Tablets 98c 75c Veronal Tablet*. 5 gr., 1 doz... 60.- Quallty and Strength Tested Rubber Good* Received Weekly Direct From the Manufacturer* and Sold at All Time* at Cat Frlc**: $1 00 Fountain Syringe 74e *1.25 Fountain Syringe *9c $1 50 Fountain Syringe MU $2 00 Fountain Syringe st.i' 82 s<t Fountain Svrlnge *l,9* $3 00 Konntnln Svrlnge *7.74 $4 no Fountain Syringe $2.9a $175 Comb Syringe A Water R0t.*1.24 $2.00 Comb. Syringe A Wafer Rot $1 4* $2.50 Comb. Syringe A Water 8nf.f1.98 $3 00 Comb. Syringe A- Water R0t.57.74 $5 00 Comb. Syringe tc Water 80t.M.98 $2 00 Vaginal Syringe Spray 41.4 H $2 50 \?iglnal Syringe Spray s:.ns $3 00 Vaginal Syringe Spray $7.74 $1 on Hot Water Bottle 74c $1 25 Hot Water Bottle 89c $l5O Hot Water Bottle sac $2.00 Hot Water Bottle $1.49 82.50 Hot Wafer Bottle 81 9* $3.00 Hot Water Bottle *2 71 *IOO ice Cap .74* slßft Ice Cap 98e $2 00 Ice Beg. oblong 114* 8” 00 Throat Ice Bag $l4B $2 00 Spinal Ice Bag sl.4* Ay re*’ Face Powder ar.d Rouge $175 Azurea Face Powder $1.34 $1 T 5 Ar.nrea Vegetal $1.39 $3 00 Azure* Fan de Toilet $7.48 t 25 Aznrea Sachet Powder 84* Flrat district, and will be held con secutively in the other districts. The democratic committee is planinng | to make the 1920 campaign one of the most gggresslve ever conducted in In dlnna. Plans for the attendance at Dayton of the notification of Gov. Cox also were discussed at the meeting of the state committee. Armand’s Cold Cream Powder. Armand's Face Powder. 25c Babcock's Corylopsis Talc 16* 25c Babcock's Cut Rose Talc 15c 50c lioncilla Face Powder 39c 40c DJer-Kiss Talcum ®4o 75c DJer-Kiss Face Powder 660 $1.25 DJer-Kiss Face Powder 98c 73c Dorin’s Brunette Rouge 49c 7Ge Dorin's Compact Powder 49c SOc Elcaya Face Powder 450 25e Freeman’s Face Powder 19c SOc Java Rice Face Powder 33c 25c J. & J. Baby Talcum Powd 150 00c Levy’s Laßlach Powder .49c Mary Garden Powder and Rouge 36c Mavis Talcum Powder 22* 50c Mavis Face Powder 45* 25c Mennen’s Borated Talcum 19c 50c Pompeian Face Powder 89e 63c Pozzonl Face Powder 890 35c Kadonna Face Powder 29c 000 Sempre Giovlne S9o *I.OO Roger & G. Face Powder 79c Ayers Creams and Toilets 66c Berry’s Freckle Ointment 49c $1.25 Berry's Cremola .. 080 50c Boncllla Cold Cream 39c 50c Boncilla Vanishing Cream 39c 30c Coleman’s Cold Cream. 24c COc Champlln's Liquid Pearl 4se 50c Daggett & Rams. Cold Cream..S9c 60c Elcaya Cream 45c 25c Espy*. Frag. Cream... 19c 60c Hind's Honey A Almon Cream...39c SOc Holmes’ Frostllla ® 4 * 25c Old Gib. Witch Hazel Jelly... *9c 40c Orchard White *4* $1.50 Oriental Cream $1.19 60c Malvina Cream 46c 60c Milkweed Cream 39c SOc Nnillriola Cream S9c 50e Pompeian Day Cream 89c 33c Pompeian Night Cream 29c 75c Pompeian Night Cream 69* SOc Pompeian Massage Cream 39c SOc Pond’s Vanishing Cream 16c SOc Satin Skin Cream 24c 50c Pea Shell Cream 39c 23c Woodbury’s Facial Cream 19c 50" Theatrical Cold Cream 9c 23c Amolln Deodorant Powder 19c 25c Bandallne 19c COc P.a7ln's Depilatory Powder 4o SOc Brilliantlne S9o 60c Brilliantlne -45 c SI.OO Oelatone 84* SI.OO Demiracla 89" 75c El Kado 30c Everaweet *4c 75c Evans Depilatory 59c 30c Mum 24c 50c Non Spl 33c Odorono 29* 60c Odorono 49c 36c Cutex Cuticle Remover 29* 60c Cutex Cuticle Remover 49c 35c Cutex Nall White 29* 35c Cwtex Cake. Nall Wbtt# 29c 50c Cutex Manicure Set 39* 25c Dorln * Lip Stick 19c SOc DJer-Kiss l.lp Stick 46c 50c Glaxo Nall Polish 3e 85c Hyglo Fake Nall Whit* 79* S3c Hyglo Cake Natl Polish 29* SOc Lustertte Nall Enamel 24c 85c Arnica Tooth Soap 29c 30" B-izollptu* Tooth Paste 24* 30" Euthyniol Tooth Paste 24* 60" Forhan’s Pyorrhoea Paste 38c 50" F E. I Pyorrhoea Paste 83* 30* Lynna' Tooth Pt or Powder..,74c $1 06 Pyorrhocide s4c .60" pepaodent Tooth Paste 83c 60c Pebecco Tooth Pa5te,.......... ,83c 35c Rublfoam. 29* 83c Sozodont 29c 35c Senreco Tooth Paste 7S 30c White'* Tooth Paste 24c "Or Armour's Stork Castile !$e COc BorobeUa Castile Soap 15* 86" Conti Gaatlle Soap. Italian 75* 1.6 c Cocoa Cifillf Soap, Kirk's, 8...25e 23c Cuticura Soap, 11F : 3 f0r........55c SOc Packer's Tar Soap 78c 30c Packer* Liquid Tar Soap 45* 15" Palm Olive Soap, 9c; 3 for ?.V ---26" G*rm*ctdnl Soap I*o 23" Pear * Glycerin. 19"; 3 for 65* 23c Pear’s l'ncccnted Soap 1.6* 16c Jergen’s Violet Soap ~.,.,,,,,,.10* •mo Woodbury’* Facial Soap 16c 50" Reelnol Soap 18e 73c Soclete Hygfeneau# ♦** 60c Hogert A f. Violet Soap gjc 30* Roger* A G. Lilac Soap as* S(V Roger* A O. Sandalwood Soap. a.v, (W Gillette Blades, 6 for 87* $1 00 Gillette Blade* 12 for 74c 60c Gem Junior Blade* 6ftr Rver-Kendy Blade# M 8,6" Keen Kutter Blade* 7*o 86" Endera Blade* 79* $173 Ever Ready Razor $1.49 $1 00 Gem Damaakeen Razor kin $6 00 Gillette Razor $3 98 $6" Shaving Brush 75* i 73" Shaving Brush 60* Boy*’ Sport Blouses, $1.49 Made of white madras and s t rip ed per cales, low neck and short ■lee ve s, for boys from 8 to 18 years old, at $1.49. —Goldstein’s, Annex. fioldsteirfs Store Open Saturday Until 6 O’clock Replenish Your Summer Wardrobe Women's S2O and $25 COATS 'l2 s0 Offering light weight, short sport and long coats, made of silvertone, polo cloth or velours In tan, Copen, Pekin, rose, brown and black and white checks; belted models with large pock ets, button trimmed. Priced at $12.60. —Goldstein’s, Second Floor. Children’s Summer Apparel Girls’ Middy Dresses # $4.49 Made of white middy cloth, with I j ~-i& blue, red or white Ji~ il collars, one-piece fl} /\ dresses, regula iJ j t V tlon style, black I patent leather Dr- v ; -t* belts or belts of ft t * middy cloth, sizes fT\ > 8 to 11 years, at \ , 84.40. Girls’ Middy Skirts $1.98 Made of. good quality white middy cloth, plaited skirts made on imderwalsta, sizes 6 to 12; also without underwaist for larger girls, size 14, at $1,98. Girls’ Middy Suits $3.98 Two piece suits, in plain white only, sizes from 6 to 14. special at 8G 98 a suit. Girls’ Middies Plain white middies, sizes 8 to 14. priced at — $1.98 and $2.49 Girls’ white middies with col ored collars or all white with black ties, sizes 8 to 14, at— —Goldstein’s, Second Floor. Drink, Qedx&B DELICIOUS and REFRESHING jojfMjjv3\ The bottle that answers /J/m fm 2|l |ft\ the call of millions. slf • '/iiJr m/\ Do not be deceived with % aM counterfeit imitations. if If IQ I fflflt Look for the name on jfPISi the bottle. mm'® jffiEld farwr Maafer M Voile Dresses lHll In flowered and figured patterns, on colored grounds, with white collars, rA cuffs and sashes—in three groups. Lot No. l-v 36 voile dresses, formerly sold I *1 at $7.98, priced for CC QC \ i clearance yD.clO JL 0 Lot No. 2 —30 voile dresses, formerly sold at SIO.OO, priced for QC Lot No. 3 —24 voile dresses, formerly sold ’ l4 ; 7 f: SIO.OO fj fM, Gingham Dresses jj } In plaids and checks, with organdy or Mj/ja , A pique collars and cuffs. Lot of 16 gingham dresses, formerly priced i # r^-r —►— up to $6.60, now $4.98. Mjt l \ ! 1 , i Lot of 31 gingham dresses, formerly priced “**“■ 1 / up to $7.98, now $6.50. ' Lot of 18 gingham dresses, formerly priced \ \ j I up to SIO.OO, now $7.98. WASH SKIRTS, $3.98 A lot of white gaberdine wash skirts. In * Vj'l small sizes only, belted models with pockets s ) and button trimmed, priced for clearance at \/ $3.98. v * , —Goldstein’s, Second Floor. Pettibockers SC-98 “Close-fit” pettibockers of all silk jersey, fitted top, ruffle or two rows of elastic at ankle, come In taupe, navy, black, rose and brown; regular $8.60 quality, special for Saturday (one day Ou.y), at $5.98 —Goldstein's, Second Floor. Women’s Crepe Kimono? $4.98 and $5.98 Made of serpentine crepe, In figured or floral allover patterns, also plain colors, trim med with satin facing or ribbon, with or without elastic at waist, set-in or kimono sleeves, In pink, rose, blue, lavender or tan; sizes 38 to 44; priced at 8-4.98 and 85.98. —Goldstein’s, Second Floor. Boys* Khaki Trouser*, 98c and $1.50 Made of khaki cloth In nat ural and olive drab colors, sizes 6 to 17, offered in two lots at 98<* and $1.50- —Goldstein’s, Annex. Womens Undergarments At Clearance Prices $2 Chemise $4 SL49 JS, Made of ba- r "/ J tiste, voiles or i K f mm?.- soft quality ( m muslin, In W ]\ tsM • white or flesh v ■ 1!■ j color, lace and It e m brol dery v m trimmed, sizes naS | I IJPjS 38 to 44; reg- JmWSj j Dx/ ular $2.00 'Jm quality at Muslin Petticoats, $1.49 of good quality muslin with lace or embroidery trimmed flounces, sellinf regularly at $2.00; special, 8>..49 each. $2.00 Gowns, $1.49 Women’s muslin gowns of good quality, embroidery and ribbon trimmed, full cut. slip over style, sizes 16 and 17; reg ular $2.00 value, special, 81.49 each. —Goldstein’s, Third Floor. For the Summer Days Smocks $2.49 to $5.98 For women and misses, sizes 16 to 44; made of crepe, iinene, middy cloth or voiles, in white, rose, green, orange or orchid, with contrasting colored yarn trimming; slipover or coat styles; priced from 82.49 to 85.98. —Goldstein’s, Third Floor. Will Mar Your Appear an oo and Impair Y’our Health. 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