Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 12, 1929 · Page 40
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Legal Blanks of All Kinds Can Be Obtained In the Altoona Mirror's Business Office EUoona Sfllirtor. The Altoona Mirror Gives Preference to Local News, But Telegraphic News is Not Neglected 40 ALTOONA, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1929. N*. MARRIAGE RECORD. I»OI,AM>—KAKUIKIM Our Lncly of Gourdes Catholic rhurch was thr* scnno of a very pret- ly wedding yesterday morning at D o'clock whi'n Ml.is Helena Knrlhelm of 2424 Broiid nvonue Ijccrunc thn brJdn of Mr. .liimo.M H. Holnnil of 2509 Wn.nt Chestnut, avenue. The couple WHS nl- tendo.d by Miss Mary M. McDonald and I^ewts HoovrT. The bride was attired In a hlno chiffon Kown find her attendant wore lilne. velvet with ho.se and slippers to inateh. They left on an extended wedding trip to Include. Niagara KiillH, New York city and Boston find will he at home to their friends at 2124 Oak avenue after Nov. 23. DEATH RECORD. MKS, MAK CIIIIHIK HKCIITKL Wife of Harvey Ueuhtel of Shullytown, near WIlllainsiiurK, whose denth at the Altoona hospital yc.sterday us a result of a complication of diseases was nnnonnced In yesterday's Alloona Mirror, was born at 1'iltsburgh, Nov. 14, ISflH, a danghler of Charles and Rebecca. Crlclge. Surviving nre her husband and seven children. Mildred, Dorothy. Harry. 701 wood. Marlon, Frances and MaVle, nil at home; one half-brother and two half-sisters, William 75n.ven.rt of Washington, P. C.. Mrs. Joseph Wvenlz of Michigan, and Mrs. 73lmer Holsel of I'ittsbiirgh. Mrs Bechlel was a member of the Kalrvlny Church of the Brethren at Khellytown. Funeral services will be held at thn church at 2.30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Interment will be made, In the Shelly cemetery near the church. MKS. MARV K. .iMITtl Sinter of Mrs. 7.,ydla A,c.Cnnnel1 of this city, died at her home at Wlldwood, near Cresson. on Sunday of n. complication of diseases. She was born In 1863. Surviving are three sons and two daughters, .CharleH A.. William n.nd Walter Smith, Mrs. Clara McCreary and Miss Kllx.nbeth Smith, all of Loretto. and e.le.ven grandchildren. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic church at Lorctto where funeral services were held this morning. Interment wns made In the church cemetery. MKS. ALIUNA IM'TOI.O Mother of Mrs. Maria A. Riasone of 2123 lOlghth avenue, this city, died at her home in Vlllamagna, Chletl, Italy, on Oct. 20, according to word reaching the daughter here. Dcatlt was attributed to a complication of diseases after a two-year llln<?ss. She Is survived by her husband, Ludovlco Rutolo, and those children, all living in Italy: C.lo- vannl, Amalla, Ubaldo, Antonio, Ougll- elmo, Vanda, Francesea, Domenlca and Dopplno Rutolo. Interment was made in Italy. Deceased wa» aged 52 years. KIWANIS CLUB TO HEAR ADDRESS ON CALENDAR • Tho Altoona KlwanlH club will have an Its speaker guest at Its noonday luncheon meeting at the Pen n-Alto hotel tomorrow Lieutenant Colonel IT. Edmund Bullls. Ho Is a fellow of the Royal Geographical society and speaker of national reputation. Noml- -, nations will be made for the election A of officers for the coming year. ' Colonel Bulllo will speak on the sub- joot "The Romance of tha Calendnr." There being conBlderabln talk und discussion concerning a change In the calendar from a twelve to a thirteen- month one, his talk will ho most interesting as he will have something enlightening to Hay concerning the proposed change. Secretary Paul V. Tlllard In announcing the talk says that the securing of Colonel Hullls. was for the purpone of informing the Klwanlans concerning the subject. It is anticipated that there will he a large attendance of members. AI/1'OOXA IHSl'KNSAHV. Patrick Kmcrlck, aged 20, of 1800 Fourteenth avenue, was treated at the Altoona hospital dispensary for an infection of the left Index linger. Elizabeth Kootx, aged 75, of 311 Second street, was given treatment for an Infection of the right ring finger. The patient was stung on the linger by a bee last June and It Is believed this caused the pi'etmnt trouble.. . Josephine Randall, aged 14, of 2020 Thirteenth avenue, was given attention for an Intention of the right fool. Louts Lohsl, aged 24, of 1001 Second avenue, suffered a nail puneture wound of the left foot and, roculved dlHn«ni|ary treatment. Violet Livingston, aged 21, of (ireen- wood, employed as a waitress at the Green Lantern tea room, was treated for a laceration of the right hand. Ruth Feathers, aged 12, of 205 Wll low avenue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Feathers, had a foreign body removed from the left oyo. Mary Slioenfelt, aged 18, BOR Second avenue, was treated at the dispensary for an ailment of the right arm. William negenhart, aged 40, of 1031 Second avenue, received treatment for an infection of the left hand. Catherine Murphy, aged 14, of 2102 ISlevcnth avenue, was given treatment . {or a left ankle Infection. Merle Miller, aged 12, of 1408 Second •treet, had an Injury of the left thumb dressed, the nail of the thumb having been partly pulled off the digit. AGKI) HOMK CUIKST IMKH. Mrs. Catherine W. Jones, the oldest guest in Dm Presbyterian home In HollidayHburg, died at that Institution Monday morning at 0.415 o'clock, aged 07. Mm, Jones came to tliu home, from Phlllpsburg. Her only surviving relative is a daughter, Airs. Charles Avery of Phillpsburg. Mrs. Jones suffered a fracture of the hip mure than a year ago, since when she had been confined to her room, and recently luffered another fall In which she was Injured. Funeral services will he conducted at the home this evening at 7.30 o'clock and the body will bo taken on Wednesday afternoon to Glenside for interment. REV. BANKS SPEAKS AT LIONS MEETING Altoona Clubmen Will Attend Charter Night Observances by Other Clubs During Coming Weeks. MASS MEETING TO BE HELD SUNDAY Ivery Boy In Altoona Invited to First Baptist Church Sunday Afternoon to Hear Most Wonderful Story. An address by Rev. W. W. Banks, pastor of the Juniata Methodist church, and songs and readings by Tom Filer featured the weekly meeting of the f Jons club at the Penn-Alto hotel yesterday. , David 71. Perry, district governor, announced that charter night will be observed by the club at Wellshoro on Friday evening of this week, by the club at Clymer, Indiana county, on Nov. 20, and by the Somerset club on Dee. n, and a number of the members Indicated their Intention of attending these events with Mr. Perry. Two other similar events will he held in the near future. In his address Rev. Banks spoke on the theme, "The Man Who Did Not Run" and he emphasized the need for those who were at home on that Armistice day, eleven years ago, to remember now the boys who made that glad celebratln possible. He Mpokc of the gratitude that is due the! nalmcd and wounded of the war, deploring the fact that too often the >eople are prone to forget the serv- ces that were rendered at a great sacrifice. Rev. Banks also spoke of the need 'or encouraging the movement for permanent peace among the nations the earth, while the results of the last war are still fresh in the minds of tho people. He said that throughout the world the people yearn for Dermanent peace and he strongly urged that every one cooperate in an international endeavor to eternally prevent, war. Dr. L. N. Ray presided at the meeting, while the entertainment was in charge of J. H. Fay and J. C. Palm, who presented Mr. Filer, whose songs und readings were highly appreciated by all. Dr. W. R. drlfllth, chairman of the program committee, announced that c;ood programs have been arranged for the remainder of the month. MOTOR CLUB AGAIN WARNS CAR OWNERS Almost One-half Million Automobiles and Trucks Yet to Be Inspected Before Friday Night. Each of the 5,000 official examining iilatlonH in PcMiisylvnala rnuwt inspecl and approve an average of 00 motor vehicles before the close of business Friday night to accommodate those who are yet to he Inspected. According to Motor Vehicle Commissioner Benjamin G. Knyon, "Thoro will bo a rush, and when Nov. 16 comes, hundreds of owners will find their vehicles outlawed for thirty days." Only four more days remain in which Pnnnaylvanlu owners of 450,000 motor vehicles must have their cars anc trucks Inspected and approved, if they wish to operate them at'tnr Nov. 15. An official of the Blair County Motor club stated that thero is yet quite a few motor cars to be Inspected in thn county, his calculation Is made from the number of headlights that havo not been focused. He stated however, that slnci) Oct. 1, night driving has been made better and safer on account of thn decrounn In blinding head lights, KKV. UOOKKI, TO SI'KAK. A lecture will be presented by Rev Charles D. Koclccl, pastor of tho Christ Reformed church, at tho Laboi Ijyceuln at 1S27 Thirteenth avonuo this evening at 8 o'clock under the ausplo <!H of the Labor Lyceum organization His HUbJalit will bo "Tho Labor Situation of Today and In tho Future. 1 After tho lecture, topics will be open to discussion. No admission is clmrgei to attend and this will be thn flr.it of a series of lectures to be given dur- Inff the fall season.' • KKKICHKK IN I'lTTHHUUOH. Jacob Snyder, compensation referei with headquarters In this city, la in Pittsburgh for today, tomorrow anc. Thursday to hear a number of cases A half a dozen or more cases an se.hoduled for rach day. On Friday In is to sit at Bellefotite to hear evldonc in three cases involving claims o workers for compensation for injurle received while at work. DOLLAR DAY AT THE UNITED We are having a BIO SALE of Kunulne Miidrns SliirtH, values up to $2.0,1, nil. sizes and colorings. The price on all In {1.00. Dollar viilua Tics, 09c; 3 for $a. Dollar Slllc and Wool Host-. 3 pairs, $1.00. Come and see, THE UNITED SHIRT SH<" llth Ave. and 15th St. Commerce Bldg. Adv. Every boy in Altoona is Invited to enr liie story of "The Boy and His Bent Girl" next Sunday in the Firat Baptist church at 11.30 o'clock. This is the second in a series of cellngH for the boys of Altoona. very boy attending thn meetings is jlven n handsome booklet copy of St. ohn on the back of which is printed he ticket form. Thosn books are properly punched "ach Sunday when attending the mcct- ngs, and any boy attending four or all will bo admitted to a big banquet n Washington's birthday free. Boys! On Sunday you will find out all you want to know about your "best Irl" who she IM, where she is and what she Is. Boys! The Hong service at 3.15 will >e a humdinger. Mr. Rudlsill will be he leader and Rev. Thomas will be here to help sing. Mr. Rudisill's special boy choir will be a feature. Boys I Sunday Is your last chance .0 receive a book. No books will be jlven out after Sunday. Boys! Every boy, white or black, or all nationalities, all races, creeds or no creed, just so that you are a >oy, will be welcomed into the boys' ncetlng. Boys! Every boy in Altoona no matter how good or how no-good, no matter how good or how poorly dressed will be welcome. EVery boy whoso mrents are living or not living is urged to come. Boys! Especially boys who have nothing special to do and are real he )oys are wanted. Boys! Let us not be asleep while jolden opportunities are passing he- lore our eyes. Boys! Make your date for 8.15 song service and the address next Sunday, :he harder it rains the more boys wu want. First Baptist church, Twelfth avenue apd Seventeenth street, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 17; time 3.30. Boys of Altoona! Tell your best girl to tune In on tho radio If she wants to know something. WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. und Mrs. Howard Caum of 425 Eighth avenue, Juniata, announce tho marriage of their son, Edgar H. Caum, to Miss Pearl Spangler, on Nov. 9, in Philadelphia. The bride is a former resident of Juniata and is a graduate nurse of the Fifth Avenue hospital In New York city. Mr. Caum, until recently, was connected with the S. B. Poust drug and music store in Juniata. G—A—B—L—E—'—S ASSORTED CHOCOLATES SPECIAL FOR DOLLAR DAY fi-pound boxeH of .llicae delicious chocolates for $1 tomorrow only. HTH AVENUE BUILDING MAIN FLOOR Adv. See Our BIG DOLLAR DAY AD On Page 12 For Super Dollar Day Values. SIMON'S UO'J Illh Ave., Allouna. Adv. G—A—B—L—E—'—S DOLLAR DAY GROCERY SPECIALS Crushed Sugar Corn No. 2 cans, 8 for $1.00 Early June Peas No. 2 cans, 8 for .$1.00 Solid Pack Tomatoes No. 2 cans, 8 for $1.00 Mixed Vegetables for Soups No. 2 cans, 8 for $1.00 Borden's Evaporated Milk Tall cans, 11 for $1.00 Ritter's Pork and Beans 17'/3-ounce cans, 12.for $1.00 Kilter's Cooked Spaghetti 17-ounce cans, 12 for $1.00 Premier Asparagus Tips No. 1 cans, 4 for $1.00 Snlder's Tomato Soup Tall 14-ounce cans, 12 tor $1.15 Support the Old First Presbyterian Church Pork, Sauer Kraut and Baked Beans By the Mrs. Horace R. Smith Missionary Society. Thursday Evening, Nov. 14—5.30-7.30 p. m. Tickets 50 Cents. Adv. Premier Stuffed Olives Quart Jar, $1.50 value for .$1.00 SUGAR Pure Cane Granulated 25-pound bag, $1.44 100 pounds, 4 bags, $5.75 Yellow Cling Peaches No. 2% cans, 4 for $1.00 Hawaiian Pineapple No. 2 cans, 5 for $1.00 Bartlett Pears No. 2% cans, 3 for $1.00 COFFEE SPECIALS Sweet Drinking Santos 5 pounds, $1.75 Our Special Blend 5 pounds, $1.90 Fresh Ground Cocoa 2 pounds 25c Sun Maid Raisins 15-ounce packages, 2 for 22c Elbow Macaroni 3 pounds 25c Carolina Head Rico 3 pounds 25c Michigan Sjoup Beans 3 pounds 33e FASHION PARLORS F. J. McMahon 1214 12th Ave. FIRST DOOH ABOVE MISIILER THEATRE Final Dress Clearance $10.00 to $12.50 Dresses .t $5.95. • $16.75 to $19.75 Dresses at $10.95. $39.50 to $49.50 Dresses t $25.00. Fox Scarfs at a laving: of a half ocular prices. Buy your winter coat now —save $10.00 to $25.00 at 'ashion Parlors. All the late arrivals In Fur Coats, icw models, at a half what they ask or last year's models elsewhere. Buy or cash. Get lOOc value for your dol- ar. F. J. McMahon 1214 12th Ave. Adv. E 1929 California Walnuts Diamond Brand No. 1 size, 3 pounds, $1.00 ICvaporated Mulr Peaches 3 pounds 50o • Pressed Layer Figs Pound, 30e Pulled Hillram Figs Pound, 25o Hanover Malt Syrup Large cans, 3 for $1.25 Gorton's Sea Foods Viait the demonstration of Gorton's Sea Foods and learn the many ways to prepare tasty dishes. The demonstrator In charge will give you samples of the salads she prepares. Codfish Cakes Flake Fish Clam Chowder 2 cans, 25c Deep Sea Roe, can, 25c Heinz Wheat Cereal Special, package, 23c BASEMENT G—A—B—L—E—'—S Adv. D-cx i i l i i i i i i i NOTICE To the Public If you want the best that can be had in Home Baked Goods DIAL 4208 »iid have one of our trucks stop daily at your home. Positively No Day-old Goods Sold Everything Baked Fresh Daily GUI Moltu: Quality- -Service — Satialuctiun \ ANNA'S BAKERY 1105 Eleventh Street ALTOONA'S GREATEST FURNITURE SALE Going Out of Business I Every Piece of Furniture, Every Suite of Furniture Must Go Regardless of Cost. 1 want the walls and floors of this three story building bare by Jan. 1st—Come DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS $1.95 Bridge Lamps Boudoir Lamps Coco Matt Foot Stools Jcntlstry, H. B. Crumbftker, 12 * 12. lycrs Wide., H'ni 20. Open Evenings. Adv. HEAR WOLF'S "VICTOR" THE GREATEST VALUE IN RADIO "COMPARE ITS TONE" 1501-03 Kicventh avenue. Adv. WHITE HALL MA'RKET Cambria County Potatoes Medium size, bu., $1.25;'pk., S3c Kraut Cabbage Barrel, 100 It.*., $1.88 Winter Onions , 8 Ibs. for 25c Turnips, Parsnips, Carrots, Rutabagas, Red Beets, 6 Ibs. for SS5c Danish Ball Head'Cabbage 10 Ibs. for 26o Sweet Cider Fresh from the press, gal., 40c Fancy Florida Grapefruit Large 4G size, Z for 23c Fancy Jonathan, Mclntosh and Wagner Apples, pk., 65c 'aullflower, Tomatoes, Spinach, Cranberries, Iceberg Lettuce, Leaf Let• tuce, Kale, Fenna. Celery. Fresh Fish and Oysters 1112 16 St. Opposite Bell Tel, ludy, the Washer Man, Says: This is Thanksgiving month and a mother or wife would be thankful for one of the new Easy Damp Dryer Electric Washers, the greatest washer ever built. The J. E. Spence Electric Store \ I'hone 4101. 1310 12th Ave. Westfall's Little Men's Shop 1304 llth Avenue Dollar Day Specials One lot of Boys' Odd 9 rants Knicker Suits $10.00 • Size 7 to H years only. Former Price up to $15.00. One Lot Boys' Jersey Novelty Suits $2.00 Sizes 2V& tp 4 years. Former Prices up to $5.00. One Lot Boys' Gauntlets $1.00, Former Price up to $2,00 Boys' $1.50 Caps $1.00 Boys' $1.50 Golf Hose, $1.00 Adv. SWEET CIDER For sale by gal., keg or barrel. De- Iverccl. Phone Hollldaysburg 910H22. Grant Snowberger, East ' Freedom Adv. DOLLAR DAY SALE ELECTRIC RADIOS These prices are complete. Nothing else to buy. Inclucl- ncj set, tubes and speaker. $109,50 Crosley Radio, $69.50 $137.00 Atwater Kent Console $79.60 $186.00 Atwater Kent Console $99.60 $148.26 Atwater Kent 44 table model . . $89.50 $196.00 Zenith Radio, $129.50 $294.00 Zenith $159.50 $200 Freshman Console . .'. $89.50 $212.50 Kolster Radio $129.50 $410.00 R. C. A. Console $279.50 $350.00 Freshman Combination .... $197.50 $ 95.00 Brunswick Panatrope $39.50 One Lot Console Vic- trolas $10 each One Lot of Battery Radios . . $ 5 each Altoona Radio & Electric Co. 1318 12th Ave. Dial/9318. See Our BIG DOLLAR DAY AD On Page 12 For Genuine Dollar Day Values. SIMON'S 1402 lltli Ave... Altoona. Adv. ;• RAUGH'S ' Tailored Suits At i/ow As $55.00 All Imported clotha—We are ' doing this to reduce our stock. Don't miss this opportunity, "Buy two." RAUGH'S Men's Tailors Since 1900 1111 Twelfth Street Adv. G—A—B—L— E—'—S MIXED NUT MEATS $1.00 POUND TOMORROW Our regular $1.25 Mixture of pecans, cashews and almonds. Special for Dollar Day. 11TH AVENUE BUILDING MAIN FLOOR Adv, BARGAIN 1937 Chevrolet Ton Truck, rtpen express. $209 cash, 1201 7th Street. Adv. RUMMAGE SALE Benefit Ward Avenue Presbyterian Church, Llyswen. THUKSDAV—1TRIDAV—SATUUJJA.l' At 903 8th Ave. Adv. Applebutter and Turnips $1.25 per gal. —50c pk. Bring your own crocks and save 20c extra charge. Place your orders 506 30 St. Phone 8956 or Archie Claar—East Freedom f Will Deliver on Wed. and Sat. AMUSEMENT BULLETIN. "She goes to War", talking. :' MISHlER "Flight",, all talking. STRAND "Disraeli, 1 * felklng. OI/ITMPICJ ."Welcome Danger," all talking. STATBJ "Rio Rita," all talking, singing, dancing. LYRIC J'Chlna Bound." JBNIATA THEATRE "The Drag," talking. ROARING SPRINO THEATRE "Through Different Eyes," talking. Russell's Dance Tonite Private Lessons? to 8.30 SCHMITTLE'SROUND- SQUARE DANCE TONITE AT ROXIE BALLROOM Dance Wed., Nov. 13 Trainmen's Hall by L. A. to B. of R. T. •Joe Malloy's Orchestra Adv. 500-PINOCHLE TONITE HARMONY CLUB BANK BLDG. Door Prize, Full Chicken Dinner Adv. Free—5 rooms wall paper during the month of November. Ticket given with each purchase. 10c value 3c 15c value 5c 20c value 7V 2 c 25c. value 9c 35c value 12y 2 c Sold only with borders. Remnant lots from lOc up. H.L Wilson, 1021 Chest Ave. Opp. Postofflce. Adv. SHOES REBUILT CONSIDERING QUALITY AND AVORKMANSHIP OUR PRICES ARK THE LOWEST. JOE'S SHOE SHOP J305 Eleventh Street QUALITY—SERVICE- ECONOMY Adv. House for rent. Low rent, all conveniences. Inquire 1980 Union Ave. Adv. GREAT SALE ATWATER KENT ELECTRIC RADIOS HALF PRICE AND LESS Altoona Radio & Electric Co. 131812uYAve. Open Until 9 p. m. Wall Paper, 9x12 room, $1. Best Roofing Paint, $1 gal. 50c Embossed Paper, lOc. Great Reduction on Hanging. Floor Varnish, $2.50 Gal. Prompt Service. We Deliver. J. Isaacson, Cor. 12 Ave., 16 St. Five Piano Style Organs $5 Each ' Wednesday Booster .Dollar Day These'organs have come to us during our BOth anniversary sale—they are in wonderful condition. They have the same keyboard as a piano and would be just the Instrument for any one who wants to learn to play the piano. Please note—you must pay the drayage charges. WINTER MUSIC STORE 1415 llth Avenue Adv. APARTMENT FOR~RENT Glelchert Apts., 1314 16th Ave. One modern apt, of 5 rooms, bath, sun porch,' back porch, hardwood floors. Shades furnished. Curtain and drapery rods In place. Inquire Carl H. Gleiohert, 1516 13th St. Adv. RADIO AERIALS Let us construct the aerial far better reception, We recommend the Super-Ball Antenna for greater distance. Expert service. Reasonable rates. MOORE'S. DIAL 2-5980. Adv. The Children's Specialty Shop SPECIAL DOLLAR-DAY BARGAINS Up to $2.98 Dresses and Ensembles. Broken styles and sizes 2 to 14. Dollar Day Only. Each.. $1.69 All Wool Sweaters, Slipover styles. Sizes 3 to 6. Dollar Day Only. Each $1.39 Jersey Suits and Dresses. Brother and sister styles. 4 different colors. Sizes 2 to 6. Dollar Day Only, flj-g f\f\ Each J&-L.UU 29c School Hose. 3 shades of brown. Sizes 6 to 9. Dollar Day Only. 5 pairs for Up to $3.98 Dresses and En- sembleb. Broken styles and sizes 2 to 14. Dollar Day £&'., $2,00 $2.98 All Wool Jersey Suits and Dresses. Brother and sister styles. 5 colors. Sizes 2 to 6. Dollar Day Only. fl»O f\f\ Each JJJ^.UU Up to $14.98 Children's Coats. Broken lots of styles and sizes to 14. Dollar Day fl»Q A A Only. Each tpO.W $9 98 Chinchilla Sets—All wool Coats and Hats to match. Colors—Navy, Powder, Tan, Green and Red. Sizes 2 to 6. Dollar Day only. A Set ..' $5.00 All merchandise from our regular stock. The greatest Dollar Day values ever offered. Open Every Evening Until 8 P. M. .SHOi 1 AND SAVE AT The Children's Specialty Shop 1415 12th Ave. G—A—B—L—E—'~S WOMEN'S SILK HOSE $1 PAIR DOLLAR DAY Pure Thread Silk Hose of very fln« gauge. Exclusive 3-point heel. Slight irregulars. 10 shades. Regularly $1,50. ECONOMY SQUARE MAIN FLOOR Adv. Cabbage—50 fos. 95c Bursted Heads Ic a pound. Delicious Celery Hearts. WATTS WAYSIDE MARKET Adv. $ DAY SPECIALS AT ALTOONA MALT CO. Phone 2-7314 Free Delivery 6 Gal. Crocki...... $1 5 Grow Bottle Cap* $1 3 Doz. Root Beer Bottles $1 Automatic Bottle Washer (J»t and Sugar Spacer, both <P1 "CANADIAN STYLE MALT" 4y A lb. can..: $1 2 cans OLD FRITZ $1 3 cans SAMBO. $2 "LUCKY JAKE" and "39" Malt, 3 cans for $1 "PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH" 3 cans, special $2 ALTOONA MALT CO. THREE STORES Corner llth.Ave & 18til. Street 1004-12 th. St. - 708-7th.St. * flfMl Pairs of A. WV Shoes Big Lot Children's Strap Slippers. Also Men's and Women's House Slippers and assorted Rubbers and other broken lots of Shoes. Values as high as $1.50, to go at SO c Pr. 2 Prs., $1.00 Big Tables Women's, Children's, Boye', Girls' and Children's Shoes—Assorted styles; broken lots. Values as high as $3.00, to go at OO Pr. Big Tables Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Oxfordi* and Purnps-r-All sizes; broken lots. ' Values as high as $5, to go at $f .00 ^L a foot $2.00 Pair Ladies' 4-Buckle Arctics $1.00 Ladies' 1-Buckle Arctics $1.00 Women's Felt Slippers, leather soles $1.00 $1.50 Men's Rubbers $1.00 $2.00 Men's Cloth Rubbers $1.00 $1.25 Boys'Rubbers, $1.0C Cnt-Rate Shoe Store 1413 Eleventh Ave., Opp. Grant's NEW BARGAINS EVERY DAY 1

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