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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
ritiivw i:vi:xixg. nrciTMnr.n 10m. 11 MISHAWAKA NEWS Ml GREEK GATHQLIG CHURCH S F N SHED Will Be Dedicated Christmas Day Consideration S2,000. NORTH READING CIRCLE ELECTS NEW OFFICERS i Tt:T- r.:u X)iv rffr rts of '.f: . u r n -f-t .uirkirs, mTrt.Ts f tin- --t. Mi ciiu'l's H Mi'.i ri.i n Ir--k .i 1 1 1 1 i li i; r !). .'i s irn Ikis1 lr--n r;tiw l Mif : t ; rt for th r- ti,i .f a n".v ra Jht 'lral n II. Ii a rr ru st.. th'- lrl . afion f which will t;ik" j.I.n on oi (lary, 1 1 1 I . will otlHi.it' ;-t thl iiiih r;ili'in :rnl will d- ,''si-ti-i !:. .M.i K"l;c of ;hi ;i) nn i .il tltT isitii iri-t.- i'or somo Iiüih th- rnnih-is h:iw 1 n ( i to hoM thrir church iiitii:u in the homes of th- run . r ition. which numNr rx ovrr 0 i.imili A j-t iii.4iient j;itr r has i.; y-t 'n ho-'n. Th contract onc- of the ! : J i T I i r i i-r. :;h Incline s-:n-nt anl furnace, was j. . 'iri ent nr iiiner va. the : i hitec t anl hnihler. The church is a frame. strn tnre, :. A srxi.il room in lv ha.se. .'nent vi 'n installed. Tl"1 . audi torium is ' feet in height with u l ii -n .f seen fr et. n the t'-ej.le i. a K'tnian r i os. a llu-.iii-i!r('t k Trss adorns tli- i t ar rif the fihtjcf. In the interior in front oi the vaiMtuary is a j rist 1 !' ilin-k ;rohitr tare, which extt nls th- entire whlth of tun church. 'i'ti ip is seeii l.irr- windows, tol i.ikI with r :ith lr;tl in !- r, hr'ide.s ;t 3ari;e Iiamonl witi !iw ahor the tiitnincf. Seat for U phoir lia- hecn air;nitl near I he altar. The lot wlir re the hurch mils ami the hell were lT.at"i 1 ' .i north M'h resiih'iit. A j.ecuhar circuni-ta m e . onnei t I "a Ith that l-art f th.- it is that in the Koinan Catholic's of Mishawak.t ow n l the jilat. n May . hh, the tir.-t ni.is w.cs read in tin- oil house which still stands ' I- k of the new huihlin'. The :.ctie com rnittr-e through Ahu-e enfrrifs thr erection was made Jrsihr Wa.S t m r :- .1 of the following: rleorr Iirhrn. I)enetri M. ,'Vcr;i, John Ikirratt, J"hn 'uctor.i and i'hari s Kojx fo. Mr-. Uli Shearer. 7 1 X. Main st., was ho.t's to tht memher.s of th North Jide Keadin circle at her home Tliurslay afternoon. Hurini: th- h'.i.-in -s session, the election of of!i t-rs was held and the frdlowini; w r v" rhn.-en for th- ensuing jr ar: Mrs. Horace Hutrhins, president: Mrs. A. I'.o'.lnirer. i' president; Mrs. I "red Newman. rretarj; Mr;. 4"h.-s-fer '!ark, treasurer; .Mrs. . l I.unn, flower fund; Mrs. s;. H. Thrn ton, Mrs. William I'.rinr and Mrs. JO 1 i Shearer, work committee. Mrs. HutehiriH was in r hare ,f th- devotional exercises. Mrs. Thornton read the fourth chapter of th- studv hook. "Hume Mission in Action.'' Musical selections were -ontri Imi t d liy M ius lOdna I.irk. A delirious two-course luncheon was sr-d hv Mrs. Shearer. MR. GAYLOR ITS UP TO YOUTO DECIDE irs All Over But the Shoutin' and You're to Do That. I': . RIVER PARK i PAST CHANCELLORS HAVE CHARGE OF WORK Six past chancdlors of Misha waka lodir-, Xo. KniKhts of Pythias, conferred the rank of knights on two candidates last nitrht. Th- chairs they occupied in the work as follows: Ualph 'Jaylor. m of a; Frank Thomson, c. c.; Wal ter Herzog. . -.: I,. J. St-eiis, jir' late; Henry Heulest on, herald; Nel son 'hristenson, kin. Three petitions wen- acrr ptr-d and three applications for mem'rership w r ma'le. After the l.usiness session a smoke r and social hour wa- held. I-unch was served. HIGH SCHOOL FIVE TO PLAY LAPORTE TONIGHT Mishawaka hih school hasket hall team will play the Ia parte hii,rh sr-hool tr)hiht. Miller and lhdes. frw.irl; Hunt, cent r: Krp r and ('run at uard?. will ! the combination. Following their now customary hahit. th- hoard of s:f ty met aain last ni-:!it to "chew the ran" nvef the purchasing .f the new- police amhulance patrol. Fpun hr-in ejtiep tioned as to what happened in the mayor's sanctum in reference to Kruntin'-c the contract they answered as follows: r'ouncilman ('he.-oro: 'The ho.irrl has practically h-rid-!. It's up to the mayor now." r'ouncilman l,owman "We haven't sit,rnrd the contract t. w5 minht hold another mr-etintj Satur day nicht. A contract isn't a con trac: till it's si tied. " I'res't Nrttlcton: "Nothing doin yet." And then the mavor was question eil. .iiestirn: "hid the hoard decide tonight, ninvor'.''' Am-wer: "No. It wasn't a regular meeting." ii'. "Haven't they just ahout marie their lec-isiori '."' A: "Well, not mite." ': "ne of the memhers said they had der ided and that it's up to you?" A: "That's nie- of them." J: "ho you suppose it will he sot tied hefore council meeting Mon day:" A: "i'erhaps. we're prune; to nolu ;t little meeting Saturday niht." MOsIMT.M, NOTIX Iorrthy Hill, an inmate of the rphati' home, underwent a minor P ratmn at the st. Joseph's hospital Thursday. t j v v i i si I j t a j T ! :; BOWLING SCORES i I 1 V X JU .t vi I V ! t "i T J i:nti;kt.i.s lass. Mrs. Jakeway. 13. Fourth st., en tertained the memhers of the moth ers' class- of l ast Mishawaka Sun day school Thursday afternoon. The regular husiness session was held. Mrs. H. hontr entertained with a reading. Refreshments were serv ed. Mrs. Charles Heron, Indiana, aw, will he hostess to the cluh at the Januarv meeting. miss mixzi:y ill. Mis Fula .Minzey, 11." W. Hattell st., is suffering from an attack of la grippe anl nctiralia. s 'KATC II I.K I I M MI i: .v (H AT- 'li;rn.r 1.:.'. Ainlra 17U N' ririn lr; .M:!.ivn nn .M rris.ui x: Tot;l U SVI .1. rvs I'.r -k II.". Fircliiii;ill läo Kupl" Is7 Slowcrs Piä Yr.der 1J Totals s-'7 i:ij.sassi:ks i:iN;i.fr j."v: NValtna P'.:; K a ti Kump Pi( i ell.-r . . l.".:t .McKeatnl 17s 1 'ta! . . sn.Mi: PI.I'S 1 'lcliltlietl I. Lett l'.7 -;...,,,...,,.... ii ........ 1' Spietll 1 L I."tt l'i'a Totals , Lincoln Theater Today Metro Pictures Presents EDMUND BREESE and ORMI HAVVLEY -ln- "THE WEAKNESS OF STRENGTH" A urippimr stor in which a man makes Power his Jod. suou.'il i::.' hev'unl Iiis wihh st hoprs, . 1 1 1 to htnl that the lo- and sympathy r.f all is turned away from him until the innocent affection of a K.ihy hrinu's him haclv to the hearts .f his fellow men. Added Attraction "ON THE TRAIL OF THE GERM" r-cducd hy th( v ciopcratirui of the most famous Tuberculosis ex perts of America, Ahl LTs 1IV ( HILDKi:X .V ItKAVKS r,ui k lv, llllt'Ul 1U iluy 1;' W a. k ::u Tra:i:rr Tttt.tN s:i KII.FVS- ! Frank 1 .". 'Kidui 11 '. F. I..-tt 1".7 lYrUtis 17 I'rittoii iit ; Totals 17 nat. ;i:o'. r t.- T In 111.1 1 Pi Al.rahnn ltfT I 'r rnick l.Vt Wenn z 171 i S h.ir kt'.v lvl I TutaH sjl You See Stars In Metro Pictures f 1 1 'i ' A NA 1H ANS I .tiWtler Wel.t jhclltw 1 an ie Wal'.e .. . 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Mrs. Charles Ham; secre tary, Mrs. A'.ihrose Hussert; assist ant secretary, Mrs. Schuyler ConruU; treasurer. Mrs. William Ault. After the husiness the Ruests were i titertained with contests. Mrs. Fred Slade won first prize in a rip ping contest and Mrs. Fred Zoss won second. In the Santa Claus contest. Mrs. Fred Zoss won rst prize and Mrs. William Wenuc k, hecond. A crocheted yoke donated to the cluh hy Mrs. . R liidwell, was won hy Mrs. Flizal.eth Case. The house pri'e. a ho of handker chiefs, was awarded to Mrs. William Ault. Mrs. Mills of Mishawaka was taken in to the society. At the close of the afternoon a, two-course luncheon was served. The next meeting will he held Thursday, Jan. li. with Mrs. Kurt Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. (5eof-:e I.eeper. S. Sixteenth st., lias received a letter from their son. Itoscoe I.eeper, who is employed it Lexington, Ky statin--: that th- i- son. (JeraM iA'ep er, who has heeu employed hy a magazine company at Ix-xinfrton, K., since last June when he gradu ated from the South Pentl Hiph school, was married last August tr) Miss Vera Cooms of Iansille, Ind.. who was also employed hy the magazine company. Mrs. A. M. Uus.-ert. S. Sixteenth .'-t., entertained at dinner, honoring Mrs. Frank Seifer of South liend, who will soon leave for Detroit, Mich. CJther quests were Mrs. Hu hert Uartholmew of South land, Mrs. P. i:. F.rhart ef Mishawaka and Mrs. Sarah Foster of Tiosa. Mrs. W. C. Smith ent rtaine.l a numher of South Pend frienrls at i o'clock dinner Thursday. 'overs were placed for nine. The attendance at the special re vival services at the Piver Park Free Methodist church continues to in crease in spite of the cold weather. Pev. Miss Pise Co preached the sermon Thursday night and took for her text. Peter II., ::-:. Mis Cox emphasised the need of repentance ami the mercy of riod in delaine His coming tr give the people an opportunity to turn from their wicked ways. Also Cod's proiden tial dealings toward mankind to Irring them to repentance. At the c los eof the sermon two asked for prayers. There will he special music y the chorus choir ami others a rn Sunday mot hing ami evening service at the Methodist episcopal church Sunday. The pastor, Pev. J. A. Lord will preach in the morning on the suhject of "ur Father Knows" and in the evening on "The progress of Our Faith." The Piver Park school will oh serve the Christmas season with an appropriate program in each room Friday afternoon, I'ec. 22. The kin dergarten department will give an exercise on Friday morning. Miss Pose Ferrell. employed at the South Pend Watch Co.. will leave Sat unlay for Springfield, 111., for a three-weeks' vacation. eening was spent very pleasantly! with carries and music anil nar the close delicious luncheon was served, j The military hand of Z. P.. Fal- j cons w ill hohl their rehearsal Mon- j ;day evening at Z. I, hall. P.o: minus. n to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zgod- zinski. i;:i2 Pincoln way . a son. 1 Iec. 1 i'i:i:v).i. Stephen Furkiinski. lldil W. Di vision st.. has gone to Valparaiso to resume Iiis studies at Valparaiso college. Louis Jnrdannwiez. W. Sample st.. left Friday morning for South Chi cago to spend two weeks with rela tives. Marion S. riorski. 1'J S. Fhestnut st.. "and Peter Korszewski. W. Dun ham st., are in Indianapolis cm hus iness. Jack Mnstrzynski returned to Michigan City following a couple rlas' isit with frienrls he re. Andrew Fredrick of Past Ham mond is here on husines. Leo Pyhacki. olive st., has gone to Cleveland for an indefinite stay. Ieo Hazinski. student of the sem inary in Cincinnati, ., arrived here to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph Hazinski. 1 1 1 W. Napier st. Anthony I ruczew ski. Indiana aw. has gone t Chicago to spend a. week with relatives. Slvester Xartanski. who has heen here on husiness. left today for Fast Chicago. Micheal Lisewicz of Cleveland Is here visiting with friends. Walter Mhhalski left for (.rami I La pids follow ing a lu ief visit here. Casimir Hazinski, Fassuacht a., returned today from a husiness trip in Fast Chicago. ritin. Indiana Harhor and Hammond. John T. Xeh:gndzki. 13 1." W. Na pier st., Frank Xowinski. L'.Ol W. Division st., and Ceorge Kajzer, ir.i'1 W. Dunham st.. returned from a l.u.-iness trip in Indianapolis. V'iMiam Czervinki. who has heen here on husiness. left today for ( Jury. Joseph Arlaniski of Chicago is hire on husiness. John Smith returned to Lafayette following a husiness isit here. Pernard Szezechowiak returned to Detroit after a week's visit with friemls here. Micheal Pusztaniak of Importe is here on husiness. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Drejer, 201 S. Chapin st.. will leave this even ing for Detroit where they will spenrl a couple of days with rela tives. They will he the guests of the letter's sister. Mrs. Walter Slack. Joseph Wislinskt of Indiana Har hor is here on husiness. Sylvester Domhrzalski returned to Chicago following a hrief visit with friends here. Thaddens Steszewski returned to Chicago after a hrief visit with frienrls here. Miss Stell Weiniewicz of Chicago is here visiting with friends. Mrs. Micheal Skarupinski. 11010 W. Thomas st.. is seriously ill. ELEVATOR CABLE BREAKS NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS SOCIAL LVLXTS. The singing practice of M. Pc manowski Falcons" choir will he held Monday evening at Kosr uiskn hall. Miss A-;nes Delhinski, Pafayetto st.. entertained a few of her friends Thursday evening on the occasion of her hirthdav a nni versarv. The Two Me-n a nil C-ii'I In'Minl in Mar ion, ., A"Hih wt. Iiiternathin.nl News Service: MAPIOX. O.. Dec. 1 ". Two men men were fatally injured and a ?irl seriously hurt in the IThler-Phill ips department store today when an elevator cable hroke and rlropj Oil the cage tilled with Christmas shoppers, three stories. Paule Lerie. 1 years old. sus tained a hroken hack; P. W. David son. ."1 years old. elevator operator, suffererl internal injuries and hoth of his legs were hroken, and Miss May Xewell. '2 jears old. suffered a hroken thigh. Other occupants of the elevator were Ladly bruised and shaken up. rux-y t WHO IS THIS HIGHLY TOUTED UNKNOWN? SHÜ Parmenter Jewelry, the Best and 173 o si Lasting of Christmas Gifts Where quality. .irL; a;i.i v.ihu asert lhcMnsohe mnt strongly, tlurj is the t. re to purchase ,cit'l-worthy Christinas things these :h..ir.icteristijs prtiomin.ue. in mir spleiulki Ht)liv!ay tiVK. J3o:h the largest seleetifi aiui the highest qual itv are t he i:n J at 1 1 : i stre and it is the most natural pro portion that mir iUiin;' Faeilities are the Greatest. uir rriees are the loue:. Ne-v i!ir. are continually on the income. Call ana" see them. This sto'e is tl;e Frugal Shopper's Buying Headquarters and t airly bristles with bargains. Every Article Sold Is Fully Guaranteed. PARMENTER The Christmas Jeweler. MISHAWAKA. ' Tonight wrestling fans who hae j dehaterl since the rirst aitnouncenient ' of the lloss-" I'n'cnow n Wonder" j match, who the " unknown" is w ill hi' pien a v'hance to see Hilly Schol'er's touted prote-'e in action I with their favorite. Arden Koss doesn't know who his opponent will he and is awaltlnsr the jionsr tonight anticijiatifiir rnr of the lianle.st houts of his cairer. Three fast preliminaries have heen arr.inu'd and a real first class mat treat is promise. 1 to local fans, wh are desirious of witnessin-- a clean athletic hill. Tickets have hern selling rapidly and a. rcd sized house is expected. ii.i:rr.iis iioi.i Mi:i:n.(i. ) The inrMithly ir.r tin.c f the union harhers rf (he- c;ty was held in . IutT's harher shop last ni.u'ht. Koiitine hus'm-ss was transact er?. .V j sUP'ker was i njoyed. Is IMIKOI;. I Fred Mrt.h r. 22 V.. Oroe st.. i.--, j still coiihned to h;s home with ery- j sip las. It i reported that Iiis eon 'ditim has impro-d sli-htly. SON Is IlOliV. hoin to l'r-f. and Mis. P.ron 1 . ; Le-c. W. Third st.. a son at th maternity hospital 1'riday morning. ; inc. K. ! The vr.ii-olir.e lor.sumed in the t'nited States this -ar has heen es. timated .w- ; al-nt to a sin am six feet ide and a f.iot deep. t!owin-;j at a peed of ;t mih' an hr;:r. Th- st ir:h lias 1.0 li', hut th w holt- of :t under ide is ndotd tWllh .1 .-el.f of stllcll. It Is a Real Pleasure to Step Into a Market Where There Is a Large Stock to Select From. CHOICEST OF MEATS FINE, FRESH VARIETY. l(LGyT Pork Iioiti KoaM I .can Ptk Chop.. 319 S. MICHIGAN ST. 12c 7c i i ".pare Itiln. I'n"li Piir Pvt . PstO I fit t. split IJatk IWiui" Pine lU'ef Pot ltia-t . . 'lender Kouiirl steak -hort teak . . . . I lrli ( all' llralns .... 15c 10c Plank steak llainhereer . I ainh Chrrps. . Veal lor .lew im; . I.amh for str-u inr: .... Veal ("Iiojm anil Cuth't- 16c 16c Pure Country Pork Sausage 13c 17c Best Cut Porterhouse Steak Tender Sirloin Steak i,ri of 1 7 Uunh xJj va Iiil or 1 O ShrMildr r lOL Fresh Oysters, quart Fancy Cream Cheese Limburger Cheese Brick Cheeie PUPE, FRESH CHURNED BUTTERINE 24c 25c 18c LARGE VARIETY OF SAUSAGE 17c 15c 16c 7c . . 13c 16c 12c . . 15c . . 15c 12c 18c . .35c . .25c . .23c . .25c P.ur hier Pro-. lriate Pranrl Mlo. suH-t ior swift-. l.ini-oln Puehlcr Iliuli l.ni.l v Kiui:ati's r.lue IU 11. . . Puntiy ItolU 24c 22c 20c 17- (.ertnan silami I "T-.mUfrrt iarlir S-iuir IV tl anil Minril Ham.. I I rati "Im""' . Pickled Pig s Feet Prepared Mince Meat, 10c, 3 lbs. for Summer suki;c . Sinrrketl Saii-au Prdona anrl I.ixer 'eal lAKf IllrMHl S;llls;ie . . . au-me . i-V . . V2v 10c 25c iCHAS. B. Sax & Co. I MICHIGAN, CORNER WAYNE STREET, SOUTH BEND. The Store of Christmas Economies Good nature and the Christmas spirit is that lovely quality that disposes one to enjoy and promote the happiness of others. We hope these practical Suggestions will aid in the selection of many Christmas Gift Problems 4t w . s. ( :J . . . 1 For the Baby i Combi nation S e t s. y J Scarf anil Toque in 71 white, rose, eopen. prey ty . . ' . k . . .;... . . .. . ..... Q ;.v Bath Robes and Kimonos V' -.-cs. V : ' ! . s.--" V;s-i !i am V - ;S. 0 Sweater. Toque nnil j lAs:cins In plain rerl ll and while. ot . . . S2.2.i SwtMior, Toque ami Ix'srslns. extra weight, white and rose, i t $2.98 Pooties, 2." r.ftc. I!h ami "ör Swi'stters. in plain white trimmed, in pale pink ami blue. . .$1.h White Toques, 2."e; inertvriAil P 'A Women's Palh IJoNs in a Lip: varir ty of pat tern, nicely trimmed at pockets and collars. at Sl..". S2.!.". s:..!s. i NI.."o, Sö.no and. .Sti.'." ( hlKlrt n's P a t h KnNs at SI ami S1.ÖO. Women's Kinioiios nire'y made of Ilan nellette in man designs priced at Sl.oO, S1."J.". SI. Ml. Sl.T."i ami Sl.thS. Crepe Kimonos, in plain pink, blue, laven der and rose: embroid ered in lloral designs; Japanese st: !e. Sl.."iO anrl Sl.. Children's Combination Sets, Searf anrl Trxpie. in - inr'en. eopen, rose ami, white: .varf hrin'd , enrls. -t Sl.lt' s"ai-f and T'xjue. i:i .Lireen. ruse and whit. trimmr'd iii eruitras? mu colors: 't'a iiialil.v. set Sl.'fS Sueiilei's. in v ri ot r.f colors at Sl.Pl. Sl.C.f) anrl Sl.HS M i-M" Sweaters, in ariety of eolors ;it Sl.ns. S2.ÖU ami. ,s::..o 7J 4 . i V s' . CI 11 tiouaoir vaps ior o Mother or Sister T; o Made of lace and ' chiffon, ribbon trim- med in pink, blue, and - c' qsJ yellow, each one in a (p Lhntnias m at...ne : v Others made of bet ter quality materials, nicely trimmed with ribbon and llower rosettes. Iach in a iirLstnias 1m .... !." S-irfs. s.piars ami Conlei'-irltyt, emlroid- erd in -colors on crash, hoiiv ISc Fancy Tea Aprons Always Please Nicely marie of line sheer lawn in barred, figured an! -triped rle sitrns. Trimmed in em broidery, lace anrl rib bon. We have a charm ing assortm'-r.t to choose from. You ran easily lind just what yon v;tnt: cnl!fT.t VillUfS 111 .'. :.! !0, Täe ami !se i-' c j c ; k . 0 A (A Ca CS) "C Women Adore ' Gifts of Dainty 63 ri WaisU l? New i ami Cree u !e Chim' Waists, . Sl.'.'S Cine ualit Crepe lie i'hine S2.S 10tni (Quality riM de Chine $:J..V) ii-'ll nur! Ixitf Waists S:l.!." I ami (Tiiffon 'oinl'iiiat ioii-. ;i 1 s o (it'ort llr rrj. .Sä.oo für -I I e Cn'N', " - ir.l rpniaht .... s;.r 1 -L. ( J Give Umbrellas Always Useful In a hs variety to choose from. Women's Ciiibrcllns at SI. 00. $1.1. . .Sl.US Children's I'nibrelUi-s at '.c, 7"o ami. .Sl.oo .Men'- I'mhidla-, SI. OO to Sl.IS Traveling C a s e Maninire Set, Si'uin "a--s.. Cellar and tuff boxes, all r.eatly iut up in leather cases for men and women: idtal i:ifts, priced from tS to SC.OH Dainty Muslin and Crepe de Chine Underwear for Her Christmas All women like and appreciate dainty underwear. It's an easy matter to solve the it't problem here. CHARMING CREPE DE CHINE GARMENTS Envelope Chemise at $1.98, $2.50, $2.98 and $3.49 Gowns at $2.95, $5 and $6.95 Skirts at $2.95 Corset Covers at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.49 Corset Cover and Drawer Com binations at $1.00. Gowns 50c to $2.98. Skirts $1.00 to $5.00. Drawers 25c to $1.49. Corset Covers 25c and 49c. Envelope Chemise 25c to $1.49. Also a beautiful line of Brassieres priced from 25c to $2.95. i Jr Gloves Sure of Welcome Dressy Gloves such as these listed below add a creat deal to your holiday attire. Kid Gloves, in plain tan, .t;rey. white and Mack. Thi- is a heavy street i:love of excellent qua lit v. pair $1.25 Kid Gloves, rey with wihte stitchin.tr; white with Mack stitch ing: tan with Mack and brown stitchimr, all sizes $1.50 Washable Kid Gloves, in liiu tan. Lrrey and vhite. A splendid street .irl've. at pair $1.50 Fine Quality Kid, in tan, .cjrev ind Mack, pair $1.50 Elxlra Quah'ty Fine Kid Gloves, Mack with white stitchincr, tan and rey with Mack titchin pair, $2 CHILDREN'S Plenty m" fitt Handker- vr chiefs für everv member of a the family. Listed below are y . r a iew (i u is sptci.u ii.uii- i .Tl. rers 7 WOMEN'S Women's Embroidered. 3 in box 25c .. in dox ZDC "r Women's, embroidered, in colors. al-1 with colored .""'"iedice, two in Christmas book rs: 'fjksz?cXr::::t( Y ev!t:e, two in Christmas book Children's plain, two 7' -Iet for 25c ndkerchiefs in burnt wood feSy f -Ar? Women's, plain white x 10c v-y J' " v A-ith clured initial, 6 in box Children's embroidered, S for 50c hand box f in livrures and animal de si'viis. 2 in box 10c Children'.-! novelty handkercideis. em broidered in colors, 3 in box 15c Children's, two plain in pencil and cash register boxes 25c Women's Pure Linen, cor ners embroidered in white and odred de signs 3 in box 50c Women's Separate Handkerchiefs, initial and embroiderv designs aN witii coIred 5c . J .. . 4! each.