Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1930 · Page 4
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Tuesday, May 27, 1930
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„•», v .-a»' 4 Hit John With Bituminous In Petition to f*. Commerce Commission for freight Reduction. 4|fthlfaeite operators will 'at an early t !*$* petition the interstate commerce i] »tt|lhnlsslon for permission to become - A to proceedings now before the lisslon for reductions in freight t4* on coal. mah H. Swayne, newly-elected ex- tt^ve director of the Anthracite In- Ut(to with offices at 90 West street, nr York, announced today that de- S»»n had been reached by the ex- Tewttve committee to seek intervention la the name of the institute and behalf of the anthracite industry. proceedings now before the com,« commission were brought early tay by the Central Pennsylvania „ Producers' association and oth- against railroads in eastern terri- who allege that the freight rates too high—and discriminatory—to til-destinations in the northeast por- aojft.of the United States beginning at isburg, and ending at Bangor, p. general, the complaint contends ...it excessive freight rates have been lh» principal cause for the disastrous installment in bituminous production. ffhe Anthracite institute feels that My revision of freight rates for the ad*theastern states of the United Sidles Or to the lakeports will neces- M*lly affect the anthracite market utt therefore the effect of this upon :M6 market for anthracite must be. Sttpsldered. It is pointed out that ' Irftght rates on anthracite have been iullntained at the high levels imposed Slicing the war and that these rates as»»-e worked injury to the anthracite industry. Officials of the Anthracite institute under consideration a proposal tet * H "* "Therefor*. M mutter what tollies h**« been cornmitted during the wln- ler—werwork, overplay of ban living habtts, now Is the time to get back on the fight track. "Make a serious, though delightful, business of getting into the open for a. two or three mile walk each day. eliminate devitalizing habits of all kinds, regularly give the body its required arrfount. of rest, and relaxation; and in short, woo nature ardently by applying a careful attention to its fundamental demands. "Those who follow this advice will find themselves in a physical condition not only thoroughly to enjoy their formal vacation but will reap lasting rather than temporary advantages from It. Cash in on your summer vacation by spending wisely now." :o s lntervene also in the so-called lake S^ 'go rate case, of longstanding he- Id ft the commission but recently retired by Pittsburgh operators, who SoBtend that present freight rates are pAjudicial to the Pittsburgh operators UM unduly preferential to the south- titt district. WEEKLY HEALTH TALK fjff DR. THEODORE B. APPEI/, ••At this season of the year many persons are already making definite plfcns for their summer vacations. f i enthusiasm is displayed and the ure of anticipation is being ex- need. And so far, so good. But postpone the vacation spirit?" Dr. Theodore B. Appel, secre- Ufy of health, Pennsylvania, today. •('People are prone to place too much Importance upon the two weeks' sum- sojourn. They ferroneously con- i that fourteen days are all they to build up run-down constitu- and recondition ; frayed nerves. vever, even that comparatively ill minority who put health interest h£ the forefront of their vacation • plans, cannot hope to attain a maxi- owm benefit in^so short a time; not to*' mention the many thousands of sifters who treat the vacation period *i ( a time for hectic pleasure and elfervating pursuits. ' f'lt must be understood that nature jSes Us work slowly. It cannot be fqrced. Therefore, crashing the health gfte tor two weeks, while giving one *«good start, will by no means com, pltte the job even though intelligence ' MM thought are exercised in the of, f«sive. *'lt follows that preparedness is just f'vital for successfully obtaining the jgest amount of benefit from a va- !4on as *it is in any other depart- ^int of life. Moreover, the process ^inexpensive, pleasant and withal, extremely sensible. arwith the outdoors now alluringly beckoning to all of us, there is no rdfcmn why everyone should not be. rih at once intelligently to anticipate POOR COMPLEXIONS improved overnight AT IfiSt, a way to make blemished /l- skin smoother, clearer, finer-textured overriightl First discovered by nurs«. Now used by over 6,000,000 women—Noxzema Skin Cream. Noxzema's soothing oils soften the skin and smooth away roughness. Its gentle astringents shrink enlarged pores. Its mild medication heals unsightly blemishes. Brings these wonderful results quickly — softens and smoothes skin instantly —refines and helps clear it in 8 hours, Let Noxzema show you what quick, new beauty it can bring your skin. Get H generous trial jar today. NOW BEAD*! The 1930 WILSON Line WALL PAPERS • Your Paperhanger or Decorator will show these modern papers at your request. H. L. Wilson 1021 Chestnut Ave. HERMAN'S GLASSES Registered Optometrist 1311 Eleventh Ave. H1CKEY & SON Altoona's Longest Established FUNERAL SERVICE Lexington Avenue - ABC Electric Spinner ABC Playmaid Have a demonstration of these Washers. J. E. HEAPS ELECTRIC CO. 1004 Chest. Ave. Phone 3-1032 op SHOES FOK ENTIRE FAMILY Prices Make t Pairs Possible Visit Our Bargain Basement 1417 Eleventh Ave., Altoona that bare spot in the bedroom.^ Next to the bed... before the dresser ... or wherever a spot of warmth and color is needed .... that's the place for KIMLARKS. They cost so little, yet they have the style and beauty of far more expensive floor coverings. Easy to clean, too! And they wear wonderfully! Arrow Furniture Co. •1430 Eleventh Ave. «ti. W- lAHl'O.N, J'rtk. Dial 2-9537 JiOMKl! K. WKSTBKOOK, Sec. Wednesday! Astounding Pre-Holiday Offers Hundreds of Timely Saving -——-»* HHHSSBHSHSB*HH*aiBHHSS"HHI All Silk Chiffon HOSE Pointed and French Heel Picot Top 1 C pr. 95; IScautlful chiffon hose, perfectly fashioned, durable quality. Tn full ratiRO ol new colors. Womeh's and Misses' Blouses Rayon crepes silks, pongees, flno cottons, In the newest summer styles Sweaters Plain and fancy weaves. In nil color combinations . Slip-on Styles New Sport SKIRTS m *! , • JL T weeds, wool flannels, coverts iMid broadcloths, In all plain colors and mixtures, New pleat effects.... . Knickers For Decoration and coming picnic days. Of crashes, linens, mixture* and checks Women'* New Summer House Dresses F.it color febriei in short ilee?e and sleeveleti itylei ................... Girls 9 White DRESSES For Graduation and Confirmation! French Voile DRESSES ^^ and Sizes 6 to 14 years. Daintily styled of flne quality French voile, trimmed with ruffles, laces, ribbons, also colors. Silk Flat Crepe DRESSES $*98 Women's and Misses' Apparel for Get Ready for the Swimming Season! Women's All Wool Bathing SUITS One Piece Style* 3 Way Below Their Worth! SMART COATS They Were Bought To Sell For—Up To $39.50—Offered First Time Tomorrow At Coats f*r Street I Coats for Travel'. Coats for Dress! 7.S5 Enormous Fabrlo "Range! Amazingly Wide Choice of Styles! Sizes 6 to 14 years. Beautiful styles, trimmed with ruffles, laces, plain tailored modes or popular new silhouettes. White and colors. Girls' Fast Color Wash Dresses Sizes 8 to 14.. L. ^UlU* 59c Tots' Spring Coats CLEARANCE PRICED To $6.00 Values $1.98 AND $3.98 KIMLARK RUGS New French Kid GLOVES For Memorial Day! .00 The latest word In glove fashion. Cuff treatments that are decidedly new. All colors. 1 White and Pastel Coats Included! The most sensational values ever offered. In some Instances coats are marked at hall "rice. Hundre«u of sample coats Included.. Sizes for Juniors. Misses. Women and Stouts. Pr. HANDBAGS Choose of the smartest collection of bags we have offered this season: leathern, tapestries, In pouch, envelope and zipper styles. BEAUTIFUL NEW DRESSES For the holiday and every summer occasion! Stunning styles! Finest, materials! Excellent workmanship! The majority—just unpacked! Bftthtng suits ' of dependable quality. Sun tan back In ivery wanted color. Slies 84 to 4«. WOMEN'S Bathing 'Shoes 79C In every wanted color to match .suits. WOMEN'S Bathing Caps 59c Helmet effects wid other styles. All colors. -4 For Confirination and Graduation! Boys* 4-Piece Blue Cheviot , SUITS $10.00 Values A pre-Decoration Day event presenting the newest in the dress mode. Prints! High Shades! Crepes! Chi ffons! Newest style notes for summer. Flared skirts, pleated skirts, new sleeve effects, low placed flares, cape or Bertha collars, etc. Light, airy, summery frocks! New ensembles! For daytime^ and evening wear! ' <p Sizes for Juniors, Misses, Women and Stouts Splendidly tailored blue suits that will remain blue. . Every nult has £ pairs of , lined knickers and vest. Exceptional values at this price. • Students' All Blue Cheviot SUITS Regular $20.00 Values For the Holiday and All Summer! Women's and Misses' New Headaizet for All! STRAWS! TBAHSPAHBNT IIA1KS! BANGKOKS! TOYOS 1 . 1'KLTS! Off-the-face models, close fitting hats, brimmed styles. In white and all summer shades. Decoration Day Sale of Men's Shirts Actually Worth $2:00 Rayon silk striped broadcloths in £^« white and fancy patterns. Every *^ ^B shirt cut full and carefully finished. All fast colors. Siies 14 to 17. Men's "Eagle Crepe" SILK TIES And 'Kerchiefs To Match Every Plain Shade—$1.50 Values Men's Athletic SHORTS and JERSEYS Men's "Glomore" RAYON UNION SUITS Men's Pure Silk DRESS SOCKS 49c 98c 55c BOYS' CONFIRMATION Shirts, Blouses Of lustruun silky \vlilta English hroiiil- clotli. (I to 10 years. 87 Snappy graduations suits for High schooP youths Materials that give long and satisfactory nervine. Tailored carefully and out right. WHITE TROUSERS For, Decoration Day Pants, . . 95c Pants, • • 95c Pants, . . 85c Knickers, 69c Young Men's $1.50 Duck Men's $1.50 White Bailor Boys' White Sailor Boys' $1.00 Imp. Linen Men! Get a New Straw HAT For Decoration Day 97 - 49 All the authentic style* for 1080 summer. Soft untl stiff Mtraws to ill your head and Hult your face. Women's and Misses' New UNDIES Fine quality rayons, better grade cottons. Step-ins, Bloomers, Panties, Vests, Chemise, in all colors. 59 Women's New Silk SLIPS $ Metallic silks, pongees, celanes,e and all silks, in large variety of ^ew styles. Tailored and trimmed effects.. All lingerie colors.

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