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LATEST VICTIMS IN AVIATION TOLL H 4 . ,"1 ?.i t-! A . ti I. 1 - fa w w .u. jjk aa f -vJs f z&L4 u : ' : -V;l Double S. & H. Stamps in the Mormag IPl;6Sy I Beautiful Fur-Trimmsd Coats f?t-rJ 2SAtn. K Are Above, Major Guy L. Gearhart. Below, CapU Benton A. Doyle. The latest casualties in t ; battle for supremacy of the air rt Major Guy L. Gearhart arid Captain Ben ton A. Doyle, army flyers. Tl.ey died after an air collision z.: Lanp ley field. Va. Four enlisted men alsr were killed in the crash ill I I THROUGH LIFE IX Ktlna I tuber Church STAFF CORRESPONDENT . N. SERVICE WXDOX, Dec Dance jour way t;:roufe-h life trui f orc-ri 0:j a?.-. I-yila LopoUova, premier dansc -ur 'r Uw Itucjun tallct. gives this a.J-vl.-e to all of her six. liifro i no other otiS so young- and fit as dancinsr." '-U19 sparkling- dancer sal,) is art and athletics at ITio time." . "i i same til Iydla lias L-on a long- way s!n ana last pcrformanr-o -vmci-ica. Sonse tlg-ht years pv wont to Am'.rl.-t an unUn.-.v lailet dancer with a d.!r t, 1,. 'omr a famous actrc.. ?iu. Li in "M- lira, opportun tvilh a permanent fi ail ai; : i , ;,y Et'jck currun r - i in I'lttBhiel.l Ma.-nchuiett.x, but I 1 iier lack of kn...H-;e,leo rr ti r i language Ms a groat drawback to! li-r and she retr.rne I to her daiiHnsr. io win great fa mo alon-i Rrc-adway! Then fine came hack tr p.,r,. witli lier American ln-ir!. o,i l,- - I TV ianuy puj:M forward until toda .ondi.n. at least, accepts 8hr as (!k- j Kreatct ballet dancer In the v. rM. ! tnd wherever and whenever she m,- ! 1 1 i 1 1 i '.V 1 P'ars the theater is stormed by thosa who wish to admire her art. "You ask rne Lf I would advise bjllet dancing as a career for Irls." I.,ydla. saJd. I say ye pro viding the tfirl Is well made, ha a o rlaln amount of talent and Is de termined to work liArd. ,-Iiut fow peopl rwUIzs how I'-nrd a ballot dancer's Ufa Is. She moat grlve all of her time and energy. I'or yearn, from the a-- nf nine. If roeslble, she must go through a long and difficult train- i ingr. ! "If tho aaplrlng- dancer dues not love danclnj? for Its own pake, there aro many obstacles to keep her bc)c from perfection and tutoress. There La so miinh experience and tradition behind It that. In spite of Its exha.-uptlr.g- activity, It Is in no jsv harmful to the female body." It's Neuritis!1! Not Rheumatism That sharp. tabbing pain In the upper arm, about tho shoulder blade. In th nape of the ne. k. alon tho ft.roo.rra or down the thlh and lep, Is often Neuritis not rliouriiatism. If you have severe fronial head ache with a feeilnjr that something Is twitching or pulling: at the eye balls a dull, aching- pain in the back accompanied by on occasional shootlny pain In the siria numbnom or tingling- In the finders or "stitch es" of pain here and there. the chances are that your trouolo l.i Neuritis. No matter where your pain H lo cated you can Ret prompt relief without tikrrtg bromides, nnrcotii-s or ott.er 1:pe. A;ply Tyfinol over the part that hurts, and you should :oon be rid of th-3 torture. Tysrnol is guara-.iteed harmless. It helps to 5 00 1 he and heal th-i weak. In flamed nerves. Don't suffer any lonjrer. Get a SI pack axe of Ty"tnM Absorbent i rom W'ols Vru and Stationery Co , 'JS State st. Tysrnol "". life. fhenvf 4 1 0 ! M w 1 i ! W fit ; DANCE WAY If Chas. Arka anJ Son Can't Repair Your Watch Throw It Away. 163 State St Est. 1889. i --J; hi WJr ( Hi WW Men's Bill Folds, 98c Every man likes to have a good genu ine leather Bill Fold, and especially one with many compartments to keep his carols, money, and papers separate (this one has seven), and they make a very inexpensive QQp gift at i70C r The Correct Hosiery Of course you will never get all the Hosiery you need as gifts for it does take so many pairs to keep one going, but this year why don't you give Hosiery, you know hew you appreciate a pair yourself. Women' fine Wool Hose, full fas!i ioned, black with laver.dar, gold or white clox j 17 per pair vAefeJ Women's Silk Hose, fall fashioned, with liale top, high spliced he;l, dou ble foot; per $1.59 pair Women's Silk and Wool Hose, in cor dovan, camel, beaver, with clox or fancy rib, per $1.93 Children's Wool Hose, fancy rib in white, black or cordovan, slight im perfections; per KQc pair Boys' Ribbed Cotton Hoae, fbece lined, a good school hose; QEJr per pair A Buriey 1 V&f tlV ' rv . vim? ' 4 i tm ' i ? w u - a r ' 1 14 Such Practical Gifts $A Obis 'She" would appreciate one of these beautiful fur-trimmed Coats for a Christmas Gift! In these two groups you will find assembled the finest of quality fabrics, including the fashionable Normandy Cloth, Avalon, Delysia, Vcldyne, Prc cigsa, and many more similar fabrics. The latest fashion tendencies showing the blouse effect and straight line sil houette, are among the most favored by the majority. They arc coats that were selling from $10 to $20 higher, earlier in the season. Men's Collar Bags 1.98 For the man who does a great deal of traveling, or the one who is rooming, a Collar Bag is an absolute necessity, and so makes a very satisfactory Christmas gift. These are made of goal seal leath er, mohair lined, and Qf are special at stion b for Men Lounging Robes, $7.50 Made with a shawl colhr, tailored like a mari'.s coat, having piped seams, corded pockets, cuffs and edges piped, and girdle cord to match, a wide range of patterns, small, medium and large size, a very fine gift. Others from $4.95 to $21.50 Men's Wool Sox, 75c Sox mike very nice gifts for Christina?, and these in the new heather shades of brown, green and blue, with drop stitch pattern or plain, come packed in net holiday boxe3. Others frcra. .5Cc to $2.50 Pair. Men's Leather Belts, 1.50 Genuine Cowhide Leather Belts, with a nitkle silver initial buckle, packed in a neat holi day box, $1.50. Combination Sets, $1.00 These sets consist of strong lirle web su spenders and satin pad garters, in neat holi day box; special at $1.00. Others 59c to $2.50 6 Men's Handkerchiefs $1 Men's fine lawn initialed Handkerchiefs, packed 6 in a box, two styles of initials; special at $1.00. Men's Silk Tics, $1.00 Heavy rich lustrous Silk Ties, in open end style, in a wide range of patterns, packed in a holiday box if desired, also Grenadine Knit Tics, at $1.0 9. vercoat Gift bugge O The Hart Schaffner &. Marx Kind What man is there that would cot appreciate for his Christmas Gift an Overcoat such as Hart, Schaffner & Marx make? Fine burly, good looking coats, with plenty of style and snap for the younger fellows, and good conservative styles for the older men. Men's Other Overcoats from $20 to $35 Boys' Wool O'coats 3 to 9 Years The little fellow vcrJd like one of these line apnea nag Over coats, made of ail wool fabrics, and tailored in the same snappy lines that the elder o:i:s wear, a good assort- r7 f ment at -fv J yi. i i ?! ! 1 I Covins A dainty, friHy Nightie would be such a f:ne pvscnt, and o--pcci il'y these of Kadium Silk and Crrpo hlk, that are so nicely trianaeJ with ice, and only 55.93. Others from $4.93 to $13.98 Adorable Chemise What girl or woman but wou!J "raTe" over these adorable Envrlcpe Chcmis of crepe de chine and rad;ur.i silk, that arc trimmed with val iace, end are only $5.03. Others fron $2.9S to 512.S3 Alluring Sten-Ins 5i:ep-in5 have such an altrnerioi for taost women, that they would be deep ly grateful lor a silk one !or a Christ mas gilt, nnd espcidly if it were lace trimmed and at only $1.93. 'A j Beautiful P .'d. 't -iiv -V v-Q,? S;Ik Jersey Pcfrcealc .-:"- vr s' is'i, i-d are w:.r:i a ,r'Tt dcri t w:r.t-r. we ;-r '. c? i arm; f: ChnsUnr-Sf a wrndc-f::I arr iy oi -.;. terns nt J Others from. . . .$2.03 to ?12.PS Dainty r I.- I .' ' $ j lhK ? 1 ' ' ,- : , Store Hours from 8:30 cresses tor Every W ooian a . New One Lives tliere a women who does not want a new Dress for the Holi day c3tifi'Lies? Whether she is going home, or to visit friends, or to entertain in her own home, a new dress is required. We have a very fine selection of the latest fashions in women's dresses, showing the drapes, panels, and straight line elTects so much in vogue at the present time. There are dresses of Canton Crepe, Poiret TwiiI, Charmeuse, Velvet, Velvet Combinations and Tricotinc. These dresses arc marked at very material reductions for this selling. 3.98 Vanity Case, 2.8a We were fortunate in securing a ship ment of tliese popular Vanity Cases, thnt have been selling at $3.93, at a price so that we can make them very attractive for you. Large mirrors and three fittings are O QQ included for Gift Suggestions for Men Men's Pajamas, $3.00 Fine qurdity silk striped pure white madras Pajamas, a very fine appearing suit, one that will please the most fastidious man, comes also in plain colors, at $3. GO. Men's Sweater Coats, S9 Heavy Vcol Sweater Coats, in slip-over or coat style, with large Jumbo collars, plain or combination colors, a splendid gift. Men's Gloves, $2.00 Wen's Cape Gloves, lined, for street wear or motoring, black, cordovan, and brown, packed in neat .holiday box if desired. $2.00. Men's Sport Coats, $4.85 Here is a good selection of these popular Coats, in brown and green heather shade?, mads with 2 or 4 pockets, a regular $6.50 value; special, $4.85. Men's Winter Caps, $2 An all wool Cap, made with or without in- bands, a very hne snappy appearing cap, in nice assortment of pattern?, good value at $2.00. Boys' BIousss, $1.00 Holiday Blouses, for the boys in the popular new pin checks and neat striped patterns, guaranteed fast colors, in sizes 6 to 16, $1. Men's Suits Reduced in Price SfM $,50 I We have i hen a lot cf our fine quality Suits, ! them in price for this o;:c-day sole. Now is to s:et a rr?od rju-ili'.v suit at less than the Irc lucVd in the $33.50 and $37.50 groups, many H lit. Schaffner M.irx quality suits. l; atiend tin's eale Wednesday Others fron $20.00 to $35.00 Bovs' 2-Pants Suits 8 to IS Yers j-orr weitirtg lwc-ps;.ts 5-jU$ far the lc fel'o".-:-, i ! s:i?.p-y ttj,!e3 r;1ij fin- ap r,: -,':r- fabn:s, make a C!r. sir;; a.? present p.-a;l:c:d and Clhc-s up to $20. CO A. IVi. to 6:00 P. M. I H9 1 it W ants f ' f. 1 A v. Li . Pretty Hair Bows, 59c f Already tied, and ccrre cn a paper doll with the clasp. They not only make a very attractive looking gift, but they are so quaint and are in such a nice variety of colors and combina tions, and so reason- EOo able in price, at Flie Finest of i, No woman is correctly cutfitted for the' street without a pair of Gloves, and whether it is motor ing, walking, or to the show, she must have jdoves, and the correct ones for each occasion, so is it any wonder that they are such accept able gifts? Mocha Suc!en Gaustlet Gloves, with embroidered cuiT. regular $2.00 val ues; apecia!. $1.69 at Rea! ChamobsUe GIotb, with fringe gauntlets, a regular $2.25 J g value; spcial at " Ladies aad Misses ekating and mo toring Gloves. 15 to 18 inches long, fancy stripes and colors; ! 1 OQ $1.75 value; rpeci. ual. Children's pJl vool Kitten Gauntlet c"a: ,50; 39c special ct $7.50 and reduced M " your chance A '.r. recu'.ar price. , V5' .'.Ass you will find j N ) Do not fal ''r " 4 mJ, ' v ! S ) f 1 SWT w i) '7 t 41 I I hi 1 f0' Si w 1 i l I - - i. 1.1 ft - fir I) lit i I VI ill v I 1 i 5 v.- - W I i ilV; ! f if. 1 :p: i TV fi . - 1: ; 'r .Li