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WHITING
NEWS NOTES
j.CK4 DIUATHE TOXIliUT
UjiuiOW AXD WEDXEJDAY.
LACGIITEIl." Tbomaa Mel.
Wrtc Joyce, Volm WiUon.
Vam i3-11-3
tell
CnUmitn THEATRE T03TIGI1T
tor tie WInTH of A RACE, n
erenot. .
Sign Cent t-Trll ana Metod Club.
phone 127 13-1 2-1
VrNi"iA7, Carptnter of Pennsyl
vnijVaJH.a wno haa "been conSned
VTTTiLV w,th 1-lners, 1 improv-
Co'.urab-ii
tH!?5rth Foppin of llth et..
WANTEth friend In South Bend
Intern?
Chicago.
WA-N rind Mrs. D. D. Griffith of
for 2 avenue attended th. funera
eox. W. X. Thomt In Indiana
to
jA-T-lror Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Carl Carpenter and ion Kl
w. io.j of Pennsylvania aviwe who
tiave been coniined to their home
i-ith a 9We attack of "bronchitis
'TVi,": - '..r;v.-r-5-6ii. 3S,Wk X J A
V ? r " s - a - n " t. w It :riT' WW Wif i, .
New Process
DANCE
AU Muddled Up- Fox-Trot.
Watering tho Blu. Waltz.
Paul Specht and His
Orchestra. A-3740 75c
Carolina in the Morning.
Silver Swanee. Fox-Trots.
Eddie Elkins' Orchestra.
A-3737 ?Sc
Beet Knee.
Lovin Sam (The Sheik of
Alabam'). Fox-Trot3.
Ted Lewis and His Band.
A-3730 75c
Choo-Choo Blues. Fcx-Trot.
That Barkin' Dog (Woof
Woof!). Intro. "Walk
ing: the Dog:." Medley
Fox-Trot. Frank West
phal and His Orchestra.
A-3743 7Sc
Fate. Fox-Trot.
Ted Lewis and His Band.
A Dream of Romany. Fox- ,
Trot. Pawl Specht and
His Orchestra. A-3738 75c
POPULAR
All for the Love of Mike.
You Can Have Him, 1 Don't
Want Him, Didn't Love
Him Anyhow Blue. Van
and Schenck. A-3735 75c
Lot (A Wonderful Girl).
Al Jolson.
If You Don't Think So,
You're Cray.
Frank Crumit. A-3744 75c
INSTRUMENTAL AND
For the Sake of Auld Lang
Syne.
Mr Buddy. Edwin Dale.
A-3734 75c
Orientale. (Cui
Simple Aveu, Op. 25.
Flute, 'cello, harp.
Trio de Lutec. A-3727 75c
Wetern Star.
Neapolitan Polka. Accor
dion Solos. Guido Deiro.
A-3728 75c
Maui Girl. Waltz.
Moanalua Hula. TIkelele
Solos. Frank Ferera.
A-3739 75c
SYMPHONY AND CONCERT SELECTIONS
Manon Letcaut, "In quelle
trine morbide." (In These
Soft Silken Curtains.)
(Puccini) Rosa Ponselle.
79971 $1.00
La Gioconda "Cielo e
Mar." (Heaven and
Ocean.) (Ponchielli)
Charles Hackett.
98040 $1.50
Homing. (Del Riego)
OPromiieMe. (De Koven)
Carmela Poneelle.
A-3732 $1.00
Spanish Dance, Op. 21. (Sarasate)
Cansonetta. From "Concerto in D Major," Op.
35. (Tschaikowsky) Violin Solos.
Sa8cha Jacobsen. A-6223 $1.50
COLUMBIA
If it's on a
577 Hohman
for tho ast, two weeks, Is Improv.
ing.
Mr. and Mm. Pavld Cle-ments uf
ihlo avenue were tho Kuosts of Mr.
md Mrs. Price of Ea."t Chl.HK" on
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee of Flseh
rupp avenue are the proud parents
i f a a'oy boy. ilythcr iind baby
are doing- nicely.
.Mrs. Jacobus and Mrs. D. Cleni
ents were Chicago visitors Monday.
Mrs. Kathorlne Hughes of White
Ofik avenue la at preesnt at tho
home of Mr. -and (Mrs. Pause of New
York avenue.
Division No. 2 of the ladies Ai !
of tile Methodist church wl'.l enter
tain the members and their families
at a picnic supper In the church
parlors Wednesday evening.
Miss Bea! would like to havt. the
names of any Invalid children.
Please phone tjU-R,
The Plymouth Aid Society of the
Congregational church will meet on
Wednesday evening at tho home o.r
Mrs. Walter Sclirasc on Sheridan
avenue .
Those wishing to purchase any tf
the articles left tfrom the Plymouth
Aid Christmas Market can do bo by
calling at tho home of Mrs. Walter
Sehrage Wednesday Hcnin?.
American Iegion Avixil i.iry will
MUSIC
I Feund a Four Leaf Clover.
From "George White's
Scandals."
Time Will Tell. Intro. "Oh,
How I've Missed You,
Mary." From "Sally,
Irene and Mary." Fox
Trots. The Happy Six.
A-3741 75c
Sixty Second Ev'ry Min
ute (I Think of You).
Intro. "Sweetheart Lane."
Medley Fox-Trot.
The Columbians.
To-morrow Morning. Fox
Trot. Eddie Elkins' Or
chestra. A-3745 75c
Three o'Clock in the Morn
ing. La Golondrina. Waltzes.
Prince's Dance Orches
tra. A-3724 75c
Four o'Clock Blue.
Hawaiian Blue. Fox-Trot?.
Johnny Dunn's Original
Jazz Hounds. A-3729 75
SONGS
You Need Some One, Seme
One Need You. From
Queen o' Hearts."
Mammy's Carbon Copy.
From "Queen o' Hearts."
Nora Bayes. A-3742 75c
Miliiisippi Choo-Choo.
'Way Down Yonder in New
Orlean. Blossom Sceley. 1
A-3731 75c
VOCAL SELECTIONS
I Know I Have Another
Building.
I Want to be Ready. Male
Quartet. Fiik University
Jubilee Singers. A-3726 75c
Yale Songs; Medley No. 1
Yale Boola, Whoop It Up;
Good-night Harvard;
Bingo Eli Yale; Down the
Field.
Yale Song; Medley No. 2
Wake, Freshmen, Wke;
Amici; Brave Mother Yale;
Bright College Year.
Shannon Four. A-3723 75c
Tannhauser March.
( Wagner )
Soldier Choru. From
"Faust." (Gounod)
Metropolitan Opera H ouse
Orchestra. A-6224 $1.50
Robin Adair. Scotch Air.
When I Wa Seventeen.
Swedish folk eonfr. Ffor
ence Macbeth. A-3733 $1.00
Where the Morning Glorie
Twine Around the Door.
I Wondsr How the Old Folk.
Are at Home.
Oscar Seaglc, A-3725 $1.00
GRAPHO P H ONE
New KorA
Record you Will find it at the
nbia M
U SIC
St.
meet WiinMiay cvci!!:is !n the so.
lnl rooms -f the Whitlr.K Public
ib.'aij . Cuestx. from 1 In mmoiad
i.iui .!iry will be present. A line
liroi,r:ui has bed! planned fur tho
evt nlrit'. 1 tif reK'.uiw nt s . A good
att n.'aru" '. desired.
Mrs. Leo T. Mulvii and infiint
daughter returned 'ruin the St. Mar
gar tin hospital ir, HummonJ, last
Prlday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Urlgsun of
Oliver street are eiiteitalnlng the
latter's 'brother and family of Monon
lnd., for a few dnrs.
Mr.-. Ross Gam'. .ill will entertain
tho II. IT. !ub at a Christmas par
ty r.t her home on reports avenue.
Wednesday evening, 13th.
On Wednesday evening the Whit
ing Ked Circles., heavyweight ba.lctt
i .st.: I team will meet the ljaPorle Y.
M. C. A. team on the Commu:ii,.y
Center floor. The Ud Circles Ujri-.t
weight team will play the North
5vnd Comets of Hammond. First
gajr.e to be called "? 8:00 sharp,
rtorr.ember tho date, Pec. 13th at
the Community (Yntr.
The Homo M i.-sionary Society of
the Methodist . .lurch wl'l h.dd their
regulur met-ilng Thursd iv afternoon
Dec. 14th ::t the home of Mrs. Din
l.vucv of Contrui avenue. The
Christmas ho which is t- be fn-nt
S -sv- -J I of tub- f I T 1
limtrt inaudibly. J
B Tht muth f
X hrdr untrt tr X
X whith riilitl F M
The joy of a record
that is virtually
noiseless
rpilOSE grinding,
i scratching surface
noisea that have so insis
tently made themselves
heard through the music
you love will now annoy
you no more. Because
Columbia has discovered a
process which produces a
phonograph record sur
face so fine in texture, so
marvelously smooth that
the needle travels over it
almost inaudibly.
This new and unbeliev
ably quiet surface makes
the phonograph what it
should be, a musical in
strument of the highest
and purest type giving
you every inflection, tho
most delicate phrasing, ex
quisitely expressed shades
of harmony that have pre
viously been lost in obtru
sive surface sounds.
The New Columbia
Records out to-day are
al! made with this ultra
fine, ultra smooth and
quiet, new surface.
And among them are
two you'll want at the very
first whirl "All for the
Love of Mike" and "You
Can Have Him, I Don't
Want Him, Didn't Love
Him Anyhow Blues." Both
are by Van and Schenck
singing in their happiest
of happy harmonies. And
they are deliciously free
from irritating scratch or
scrape.
Tear out the accompany
ing list, take it to a Colum
bia Dealer and listen to
any or all of these New
Process Columbia Rec
ords. Note the smoothness
and fullness of tone. Note
the beauty of expression.
Only in New Process Co
lumbia Records will you
find this new and quiet
surface. The process is
patented.
COMPANY
Hammond, Indiana
to the poor children will be 'packed
at th Is meet in sr .
Mrs. ISn'b Stewart of Sheridan av
enue who haa been oontiried to her
home with hiiie.ss) in Improving.
PltlMESS THBATTIH TOX1GHT
TOMflltKUW AM) M r.t)MiSIAY.
"MAN5I.All.Hl 'iat," Thoraa MrUc
ban, Lentrtee Joyce, Iols WIUon.
12-11-3
Mr. and Mrs. Koy Griffith and son
of Kant Chicago were the g-uests of
Mr. and Mia. William Griffith of
Ohio avenue Sunday.
The Funeral of Catherine i;. Thies
son win held Monday afternoon at
1:15 ut the houso and ":00 o'clock at
the M. 15. Church. Kev. Ivey, offtc-i
latins:. Catherine KMznl.eth Thb's
mui died Thursday -morning. Decem
ber 7th at 9:00 o'clock at the S-t.
Bernard':! hospital, Chicago. She
was born in New York City, New
York. August rs, 18N3 and umc to
Whitlns i,ml iCJo-bertsdale in tho
ear of i90 which has been her
home. f-'he was urited In marrl-iKe
t. Herman Thiesscn February 12th,
ll'OX t this union was. born two
Pons. William, ngu 19 years and Her.
m.ui I.eroy, Jr.. age i years. she
leaves to mourn her: ITus'band.
two sons, mother and father Mr. and
Mr?. William Bahn of East fldo. So.
Chicago, two .slaters, Mrs. Albert
Sehafer of Whltlns. Mrs. Gen. Lib.
bins of F,;ut Side, South Chicago.
!o brothers John C. Montag: of i.n
I'orte. Ind. and Kred Kahn. who at
ho present is residing at the home
f th? deceased and a host of friends
if which there are man v. both In
W'hitinp and Ilohertsdale . She
v.' as a member of the. Whiting: Chap
ter "12 Order of E:niern Bturp, Mys
tic Temple 121. l-ythi:;n Sisters, the
lioo.evelt Chapter I .'idles Co i ('
i'on.s. Interment at ua k Hil!
emetery, Hammond.
BUV SCOTT
j i k.-uj.. urn o, w ii.iii, i? conuuet-
ir,3 a contest tor trie purpose or in
reaslnr the average ut tendance
the troop. Tho fIx winners of
(Ills contest will have their way all
paid to some la rye scout camp, such
as Kessus. Tippecanoe, Culver and
others. The contest Is working
tine. Cut before we can send the
boys to camp we have to have more
funds. In order to obtain these
v.e are crotnsr to put on two -plays at
the, Comnvmlty Center on Decem
ber 26, 1922. The first play is to be
"A Scout's Honor." This play has
serious parts in it but It. is also a
K-ood comedy. It also has a good
moral. The second one is to be "A
Strenuous Afternoon." This pla.v
(Is more of a comedy than anytiiin?
' else. The first pla.v is the bein-
ningr of a two weeks campinj trip
i and th second one is the ettdlnfr of
jfhe period. Although these are
' two different plays they go g"ood to
; sether.
Wo are also planning- In Installing
a radio Bet In the new scout head
quarters on Clark rtrect. It Is not:
eoIn to be a cheap yet either. In
order to carry out our plan? ve
have to have the s-jpport of the citi
zens of Whltinfr. Anyone outside
of Whitln? that Is Interested In the
plsy and desire information as to it.
write to II. C. Ori'-rson, 32o Oliver
street. Whltlns. There will bc a
special rate for ail outside scouts.
S. l T,. fjrtTGSOX Troop 2.
c
HOBERTSDALE
miNCESS TTIEVTBR TOMOHT
TOMORROW A1 MEDNE'DAT.
'MArVSLACGHTETV' Thomas Mcljt
ban, Leatrlcc Joyce, Lol Wtleon.
12-11-.1
The funeral of Mrs. Catherine
Elizabeth Thlesaon was held from
l her late home on Indianapolis bl.d..
Whiting
Advertisem en ft
Are Winners
Cor Good Furniture, Go to Belf
cr'. 4-3
Select your Urunswlclc Phono
graph at Selfer's, Whiting's exclus
ive agents for Brunswick phono
graphs and records. 10-30-lmo.
Handsome Christmas Gift Is a Col
umbia Graphonola. Sold on easy
payments by Sam Aronberjj. 502
";i9th street, open evonlngst 12-i-tf
Hev. Benedict M. Kajcany of St. '
J. din's church purchased a Hohart
.M. 'fable Player Piano for his home j
ui Orlando. Florida. 12-12-1 j
VOH SALE Our new dwelling in !
Water Gardens, is nearly finished. ,
I will sell my residence at 242 La---rte
avenue. Whiting. 4 bedrooms, I
lalng room. 12x29 ft., fireplace;!
i'rice moderate. Henry P. David-'
on. 0 o 119th street, phone Whiting1
:-7-K. 12:11:3
i
1- i.uR PALE -din me- grown ferns to
till fernery; 307 Sheridan avenue,
pli-ne 1H0-W. 12-12-1
"or RENT 4 furnisthed rooms and
1 sleeping room; Inquire 402 119th
treet, in store. 12-11-2
You can do all your Christmas
-liopplng with ease, pleasure and
satisfaction at II. Gordon and Son a.
12-12-1
FOR SALE Modern room new
Prick Veneer Residence on Davls
lvrnue; Modern 6 room New Brick
H'.tngalow on Stanton avenue, terms.
Til. 362-R Whiting. 12 6-G
KOK RENT Attractive nw 5 room
modern Uunga'ov, in Whiting',
large rooms, fire place, tile bath,
linen closet., breakfast nook, good
laundry, furnace heat, 50 ft. lot in
American nelghbortiood, occupant
leaving town holiday week; rent $."0
per month: H. S. Davidson, 600
119th street, Whiting, phone 97-R.
12-12-3
FOR SALE New 5 room house, Just
being completed, all modern con
veniences, located In Whiting, in
American neighborhood, lot 40x1. n
ft., rrice $fl,P0i; H. S. Davidson, 600
119th street, phone Whiting 97-R.
12-12-3
H. Gordon Sons are opn ev
ery evening until Christmas.
Tou wortt for your money why
not hang on to a little of it. Save
something ererr pay-day and depos
it ft in the "WThltlng 6a Tings and
Lean Association -where it will earn
yesterday afternoon at 1:15 where
f-hort forvicea were conduct d, .'li ter
which tiie cortetrc wended its way
to the Methodist church in Wliititi-:
where the regular servle: were
i reaehed vy Kev . ivy. rlie Iast-i
em sjtarti were hlti'hly commende.J
for thel rbeautlful work at the grave
Mrs. Catherine Tb lesson pusvod
away at the St. Hernard'n. hospita!,
Iji Chicago, Thursday morning at S
o'clock. She was born In New
York City, August 23, 1SS3 and came
to Whiting and Kobertsdale in the
year ISi'O and whb-h lias been her
home ever since. She was united
In marriage to Herman Thieson ill
1902. To this union two ehl'dresi
were horn, William age 19 years
and Herman Junior, age 4 years.
She haves 'besides her Borrowing
husband and two son', her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P.ahn of East
Side, two sisters, Mrs. Albert Sehaef
er of Whltinn, Mrs. George 1Mb bens I
of East Side, and two brothers, Jno I
C. Montng of I-iPorte, Ind. and:
Fred ffahn vho .-it the pre sent time
resides at the home of the decease 1. i
Ucpldes a host of friend;. She
was a -member of the Whiting Chap
ter 312, Order of Eastern Stars, the
Mystic T ample, Pythian Si. tors, th"
Roosevelt Chapter of-tho Womnnv
Ke'l.-f Corps and the Old S'-ttler's
Club. The many beautiful floral
tributes showed the high esteem i'i
which the, deceased was held. She
was always ready to lend a helpin.
hnrd to those In nee(l and with her
cheerful disposition w;is loved
everybody. She was laid to rest
in a beautiful spot at Oak Hill com-;
etery, undertaker Griswald of So.i
Chicago had charge of the funeral.
, The pall 'bearers were Klmer Atclii- !
son, Arthur Stross. Henry 1 i:. ers
i Tiries Mrnr-r, John M i:. se :'.: rg and I
William Eggers. 'Many out n? t"wnj
relatives and friends attended th
funeral. The sympathy "' the en
tire community is extendi d to th" '
bereaved family. j
Vernon VteTd -on of T r.'-rt o--....,,. t
j who has for the past few weeks let n ,
i nillng but had recovered sutTicfenf- i
ly to 'be aro-utid Is again confined to
tii5 lieu ana in ennrsre or Dr. Jimni.
John Sass of ril'orte, Ind.. at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Herman
Th lesson yesterday.
Mrs. Conroy and her committee,
will meet at the home of Mrs. Mike
Ilarr of Amy Court this evening.
This committee will entertain at
tlie next meeting of the Old Settler;
Club which will be hold on the first
Tuesday evening in January,
Mrs. Jullous- Klnsock of Ertke av
enue Is able to be around again after
soveral weeks confinement to her
home by Illness.
The bosses of the Sinclair Refin
ing Co. held a target shoot the fore
psrt of last week. The men were
divided in two sides. The losing side
having to banquet the winning side
so on last Saturday at one o'clock
a lovely five course turlcey dinner
was served in'the. dining hall rf the
plant. A very fine entertainment
was had after the dinner which was
enjoyed 'by the f rty-elght men that
were present.
Henry E. Eggers of La!e avenue
was seen drhlng his fine new Davis
sedan which he recently purchased.
Mrs. E.oy Wiftrr of Ike avenue,
was a Hammond visitor Saturday.
Several more new houses are be
ing tuITt on I.Ake avenue.
The Trap Shooters" Association of
Whiting will hold their banquet at
! Phil Smidfs place on Thursday ev
ening at which time the Association
wfl elect their new ofTlcers for
the coming year.
Mrs. C. I. Anderson of Atchison
avenue was a .hopper In Chicago
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of Iake av
enue entertained several of their
friends on Sunday evening in honor
'' the anniversary of the former's
birthday.
Baskefball will he player hr the
Era.1 lln Jr. high school hoys and the
Whiting Tiockets at the Franklin
Auditorium on Thursday evening.
1HIVCESS TIinATRE TO XI OUT
TOMORROW AM) WEDVESDIY.
''JIAXSLAtfiHTER.'' ThomM Mel,
hen. Ireatrlee Joyce, Ii WUsOn.
12-11-3
Eureka, Cal., claims the distinc
tion of b r. the farthest western
city on the mainland of the United
Stn t"s.
DO NOT WAIT
Next week may be too late.
Kidney, Nervous, Skin and Biood Diseases, Goitre, Rheumatism.
Stomach Trouble, Weaknesses.
Diseases of Men and Women
PILES Treated by painless methods. No knife and no detention
from work.
My office i equipped with modern appliances.
I ASSURE YOU BEST RESULTS AT LOER COST
Dr. Wet her ell, Specialist
646 119th Street. Whiting. Indiana
Hours: 9 to 12; 2 to 8. Sundays: 9 to 12, noon.
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Did you read our big advertisement in The
Chicago Sunday Tribune, featuring the
A
I Super Electric Washer
$5.50
msi '
PER WEEK
Franklin Electric
640.119th Street
auHscsx&Bcs3aracaiAk.
HOBART
MIh iM.argaret Allen was -born in
Chicago May 22nd. 1S71 end passed
uvvay here at he homo Dec. Kth,
a. god 51 years. 6 months and 19 dais.
Sho was united In marilage to Mr.
Charles Bianchard, Nov. 22nd, 1893.
to this union S children was born,
seven of which survive and are:
Messrs. Charles, John and I.eroy;
.Mesdames John I.eriTiertz and Mar
gan't Ili'fpf'lis and Misses Virtjiiiiri
and Ititu. Also her husband and
thi eu gra nd children survive. She
was taken mddcnly ill with a heart
attack Sunday nfternoon and passed
awtty a few hours later. She was
ii member ut' the 1 loyal Nelghbor.4
lod;;e and of St. Anne's Sodality.
The funeral services will '.be he'd ;st
ten o'clock Thursday moriiiiiK fat .-'' .
I Bridget's Catholic church and th'
interment will bo at Coivary em- -tery
.
Aiiout 25 young people gathered at
the home f Mrs. Bender Saturd:;,.-
ovi-ii Iiik ;
Mr. and
s a s'irprif- in honor o'
Mrs. Er.ink i'.ender who
were- ro'i'iilly man led. Tio.y we' e
slioweied with many gifts of linen,
glasswi. re and silv-i ve.re as a n
m mbranre of t he oecnsion. The
eve:i):;g was spent in cards and in
by!'"
' ! r g .
I v.r. iirid Mrs. E!. l-leck n--l 1 :' --
My. !'i-nt Sunday with relatl'.es at
1 L.imiet .
Mr. and 'Mr;;. Z. iRa'Mn" ent' :
tainel l'i brother and wife fron
1 '!; i'-.-i u i S lay ,
! 'onlirn.ed ' luminals never dream,
is the eo- , ; j, rc.ii'.e'd by i
I mi-ii'ii ;il research society after lo. lu
ll r Y 1 : ;; , .
c.
J. HANDASUIA.V of
Amosbury, 3Iass.. who
ears lie hud lost all hope tliat
nnytliinrr could cure Him of
IMieumatism, declares that
since lakinff TVoutrone lre
sQription "99" lie lias no more
aches or pains and feels twenty-five
years younger.
"I am In my fiftieth year, but since
taking "Neutrone I'rescrlption 99", I
am as healthy and strong and can do
as much work as I could twenty-five
years ttgo". dee'a r-f-rl, j,f-. q jt Har;
ciasriju of 40 Eim St., Amesbury,
Mas".
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times so bfid I could not sleep. My
legs swc-Med bo I could hardly walk.
"I saw by the papers what fine
work 'Neutrone Prescription 93" was
doing for other rheu:na.tics, so I sot
some. It did me good, right from the
start. All the aches and pains left
ine; the swelling in my legs went
down, end I feci like a young uau
egaln.
" 'Neutrone Prescription 99' Is what
put me on my feet again, and I'm
glad of the chance to tell everybody
about It".
"Neutrone Prescription "?9" now
comes hi tablet as well as liquid,
form. whichever 13 preferred.
Leading Druggists evtiywhere.
Come to me now. I treat Bladder, M
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grey or khaki color for
$1.69
BUY PERFUME
For men we
have Colgate's
comfort sets
that are sure
to please and
very inexpen
sive. Ask to
see them.
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BABY HOCKEY PETTICOAT COATS
Red Chinchilla E x t ra heavy White sateen Fine knit
Coats for all Wool scalloped or VvW Coats
l,aby big Hockey Caps plain each or Jaaekts for
value, only for boys for only men only
$4.89 95c 95c $3.69
XMAS TREE
ORNAMENTS
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New imported Xmas Tree Orna
ments a very fine assortment,
starting per dozen for only
10c
GIVE HANDKERCHIEFS FOR XMAS
Big values in
ladies hand
kerchiefs, fine
one corner
work, boxed
25c
For men ,
some extra
V3!uej, start
ing a' low as
onlv
5c
BUY FANCY APRONS FOR XMAS
Stamped
Aprons of
extra quality
brown Muslin
including ap
plique work ;
will make 4 a
fine gift for
only
55c
FANCY TOWELS
One lot extra values in fancy
Scarfs, embroidered in pure silk.
Scarf about 17 in. by 54 in. for
only
$1.19
HERE IS THE PLACE TO BUY TOYS
PIANO
6-key Piano a
very well made in
strument for only
DOLL SPECIAL
Special offer. 14
inch doll, hard to
break head, dress
ed with hat
59c
DOLL CAB
Well made, has
iron wheels, leath
erette body and
top. Special for
59c
50c
TOY BROOM
One lot Toy
Brooms, extra well
made, good size
lor
19c
HOURS
8:30 to
6 O'clock
Saturdays
8:30 to 9:30
hop
a
APRONS
Ladies fancy
white Tea
A -Il
VANITY
Child's Vanity
Purses, corne
in a s s o r ted
colors, fittings
35c
nprons, sii
! embroidered
I 69c
The little tots
enjer' books
have them
story, icture
and drawing;
a regular 10c
value, now
for only each
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5c
FANCY PILLOW CASES
Embroidered in silk colors on
fint; matrrial, a very attractive
gift, pair
$1.79
SAMPLE UNDERWEAR
For ladies, consisting of gowns
and chemise. Very extra values,
starting at onlv, each
95c
FOR XMAS GIFTS
'We are show
ing many very
attractive
items in toilet
a r t i c les for
the Xmas time
specially put
up packages
that will
please.
ORNAMENTS HERE
XMAS CANDLES
A fine assortment of Xmi;
- cand,cs boxed 3& m a b(JX
will make your Xmas tree shine.
Per box cniv
10c
Fof ladies
boxed goods.
values to 75c,
for tlr's sea
son offerings
50c
One very
large assort
ment of ladies
handkerchiefs,
boxe-d. 2 in
box for onlv
19c
Real np-to-date
hotue
Aprons in
all black
sateen and
combinations
of ratina
and raiting
effects. Prices
range from
$1.49 to
$2.45
FOR XMAS GIFTS
Extra large fancy Turkish
Towel, assorted colored borders
-a value that has often been
offered for $1.00 our price
69c
DOLL BED
W h i t e enameled
Doll Bed. gilt
knobs e real
value for
35c
CHECKERS
Embossed Check
ers at the extra
fecial price cf
only
5c
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