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FAGE FOURTEEN. THEJ D A l l ^ X U U U r U t t K , CUNtNEJLiljS VLbbE, PA. FRIDAY, MAKCH 10, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements -CLASSIFIED AD RATES- For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. Ads to Be Run 3 Times; Per line, 7c cash: Sc charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More; Per line. Gc cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks/' 50c Fiat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-|Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six]--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks AMBROSE -- We sincerely thank our friends and neighbors for their sympathy and a^v.slnnce during the recent dcfitli of our brother, James Ambrose. ' We alf-n f.rmk the minister, the singers, thni-e vhp sent flowers and those who donated cars, SKLcis and brotheis. EROZDOWSKA--We v,uh to thank all " of our kind friends. neifih'bors, pallbearers, those u b o so kindly provided cars for their m a n y acts of kindness, evpv colons of sympathy and condolence and for their beautiful floral ofTer- inpjo .it the lo^s of our dearly beloved daughter. · Frances Biozdowk.i. Mr. and .Mrs. Jno, Brozdowski and family. FETTE~\Vc wibli to express our appreci- . ation for the many acts of kindness and ..expressions ot sympathy and con~ dolcnce oxlc-nded by our many friends "ancl neighbors, duvmg the recent illness "and. denih of our beloved father. The ~ Feite Jair.jJy. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 SEE THEM TODAYI O.-K. USED CARS IKSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 8 o'clock. FOR SALE--1937 Plymouth four door sedan. 4-.7DO miles, as Rood as ncv. Will sell at good pnce. 149 Jones St., Evcr- son, Pa. USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! E. E VAN SCOY. INC.. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. In Mcmoriam DIETER--In memory of Donald Dieter v.ho died seven years ago today. "If. al! the world" ivas-ours to glve^ We would give, yes, and more- -"- ~ To see the face of one we loved , Come.calling at the door. Sadly missed by mother, brother, s.ster and grandmother. Personals MEN-OLD -AT 40! -- Get pep. New 'OUrex Tonic Tablets - contain raw oysicr invlgoralors and other stimulants. - One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. " Special price B9c.' Call, write Union.Drug Co. MINE FOREMAN--Fire boss examination questions and answers. Write P. O, Box 187. Somerset, Penna. -Automotive · Automobiles tor Sale 11 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNCTT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. YOUGli MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CAKS. 321 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8, Business Service Employment Help Wanted--Femalu 32 WANTED AT ONCE--R Rirl for housework. Stay nights. Must like children, ages six years and 13 month baby. $3.00 week. Inquire House 41, Lcisenring No. 1. TEACHER OR EDUCATED WOMAN-25 to 40. Car essential. ExccjLive position. Address Box "A. A." care Courier. 33 CAR SALESMEN--Waited immediately. Lends furnished. Steady work, good pay. No experience necessaiy. Apply Mason Motoi Company. West Apple Street. Phone 105. Help Wanted--Male Help Wanted--Male and Female 34 WANTED--VounR man or woman to do special art work for local concern In spare time Must have training in commercial art and be able to handle uater colors. Write Box 200, care Courier. Financial Need Money 4»-B Business Service Offered ] NSED CASH--In n hurry? We'll lend you $300 cr less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERIES PHONE 9545 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. Laughtin--INSURANCE. See me for rates. 30S First .National Bank Building Phone 520. Moving, Trucking Storage 25 GOING TO WORK IN ONE OF OUR REAL CHEAP USED CARS IS A PLEASUREl SEE THEM TODAY-AH ready to go and all reconditioned. Stop in toSay. ,NOTE THESE PRICES 1 Ford Model "A" Fordor Sedan 565 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan _ S% Chevrolet Coupe $75 1934 Ford Fordor Sedan ,, $195 1934 Ford Tudor Sedan ?175 Ford Model "A" Coupe $50 EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS I Ford t^-ton Truck with 157-inch wheelbase in A-No. 1 condition, selling for $350 Ford H-ton Pickup Truck lor $75 NOTICE-WE ALSO HAVE. 1935. 1936 AND - --1937 FOHDS VERY SPECIALLY PRICED ALL THIS WEEK. SEE THESE SPECIALS! 1935 Ford V-8. Fordor and Tudor Sedans. 1936 Pontiac 4-door Special'Sedan. 1937 Pontlac Special Coupe. You Name The Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FORD DEALER. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! -- Open Sundays! FOR MOVINtJ . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELUSVILLE. PA. -FOR BEST SERVICEl" Modern- Storage for Household Goods. LOCAL AJSTJ LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller'* Transfer. 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. GENERAL HAULING -- Of coal. etc. Reasonable prices. Phone 956-J. HTM P. Rush. Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Hand Rlllst--Binding I--Calling Cards! Bill Headsl--Letter Headal for Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardal No Trespassing Slgnd Fjr Salel All Work Fully Guaranteed} Ail At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 8V Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- Clastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke, PH, G. DniRRist. 323 North Flttsburg Stregt. Phone 13*. THERE IS a friendly spirit in The Courier Classified Deportment which makes it a pleasure to use this department. For results, try our service. DON'T waste time ·wishing--look over the classified ads and see how easily you can get what you want. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 16 21 15 n Y/A 2S 35 33 IS, 31 26 Across i--Place of a teHe- .confine- graphic _ · _; ment - code "S^Iriclian of 23--Pronoun early Peru 24--Queen 9--Hurried (abbr.) 10--Gibe 25--Plural of I 11--foretoken 25--A dance 13--Strip step 14--The front of 27--A horse- an army laugh . 15--Small 29--Knock insects on 30--Young cow tobacco 31--One of two 16--Before equjJ parts 17--ISxclama- 32--Give tion extreme 18--TensUo unction to strength 33--A motor (abbr.) coach 20--Note of the 3-t--Allot scale 35--To subject 21--Inventor of to high heat 13-- District of India 15 -- Thomas (abbr.) 21-- To wrap up so as to conceal 22 -- Fasten with stitches 23--Defensive armor 24--Still 26--A particular aspect 27--A factor 28--Fixed charge 30--Ineffectiva actor (slang) 31--A vandal 33--Battalion abbr.) to previous puzzle Down 1--Maxim erainio* name iver in Poland 4--Forward 5--tJrge ccur- · teously 6--Turntpa (dial.) 7--Luck (Irish) S--Skill 10--Title of respect 12--Female iiorae Copyright, 1339, Kmg F«turei 5ndieate, ioc; Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 4S HOHSE AUCTION! Saturday, March nth, I2'M O'clock. Horses. Fcnies, Mules and .Harness. Offered At Auction Al Fayette Stockyard Co . Evans Manor. Uniontown, Pa. FOR SALE--A-l farm and brood mares, Comr and see them work. S. \V. Keller, Oliver No, 3, Uniontown, pa. FOR SALE--1 brond sow and S piR=, Edgar A3uJnix, Reidmore Koad, South Connellsville. Merchandise Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COLTRIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING ON . . . AT So PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board FOR REXT -- FurnibJ'cd bedroom and lavatory. Also livinc room if desired. 21S E. Apple Street. Rooms for nooscReepIng 68 FOR RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms tor linht housekeeping. Central location. 232 E. Crawford Ave. FOR RENT--.Two unfurnished rooms. Inquire 121 North 4th St. Phone 1401-W, Real Esf-ate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT--Small apartment, nicely furnished, suitable for man and wi/ 508 E. Patterson Avc. FOR RENT--Three room furnf'-hcd apartment, private bath. 1216 Chestnut St. Tnone 2S7-W. DOWNTOWN" APARTMENT--Three larpe, convenient rooms, bath. Inquire A".nn Echmitz, 103 North Arcn. Call 1273-R. Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 49 J Houses for Rent 77 BABY CHICKS--AH breeds Purina · F °R RENT--South Ninth SI, West Side. Startena. Keystone Feed Slores. 110 ! five room house, a]] conveniences. West Apple Street. Phone 107. Phone 310-R. Merchandise Articles for Sale Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mats t n a t are excellent for lining the instdu oi your «artu:e. barn, chicken coop or outbuildings of any kind Selling nt Ic each. Inquire at The Courier Office FOR SALE--1 Roll Top Desk. 2 Office Chairs, 1 Electric MamtJe. 1 Gasoline Washing Machine .Motor, 1 Antique Dcrsber, 1 L.. C. Smith T pcwriter, 2. 525-17 Recapped Tiri'i. F. B. Stoner. Phone Drmson 3553. ELECTRIC HOT POINT RANGE--Equipped with timer. Priced reasonable. Phone 1005-J. WHAT YOU PUT INTO--Rent, someone eii-c puts Into Real Estate. Why don't you buy? Come In and talk it over. Turmsl PETER R. WE1MER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES, FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C. PHALIN. SO CONNELLSVn.T.K. PA. PHOMTS fl75. Farms and Land for Sale 32 Barter and Exchange 51-A WANTED TO TRADE--Alfalfa and timothy hay for home-burned lime. Phone 3034, r^awson. Frank Zorn. Buildings, Building Materials 53 OUR CEMENT--Sand and gravel are of the finest qualities. Let us f.Rure your requirements, Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FOR SALE--Fresh cgKb, 5 dozen SOc, at farm. J. L. Snyder, Pleasant Valley Road, FARMERS LET US HELP ¥OU MAKE SOME MONEY1 HERE'S HOW--You can flnd * market, for your farm products. your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ad in our Classified Section, There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation oi The Daily Courier covers a largo area and your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for just, the things you have for sale NOTE: All classified ads arc payable in advance. You will find our rates in the above ClaSbJfied Heading. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers OR SALi;--71 acres 1 mile North Easl of Normal vllle. Eight room house heater, water In house. Bank barn other ouihuildirgs. Some timber Inquire Harriet Sr.jdcr, Normalvlllc, Pa. 84 Houses for Sale FOR SALE!--FOR SALK1 SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located m ConneUsville, Scottdale, Everson, Mt, Plcatan*. nnd rural sec lions of Fayette County. Sold on small do\vr. payments balance on monthly Installments 5 to 11 years to pay Only 5To interest, no finance charge. If IntLrcstcd. kindly write, phone or call fn person. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND NATL R A N K ELDG. T. D. GARDTER. MGR PHONE 1375, CONNELLSVILLE, PA, SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--Two six room houses in good condition. Price reasonable. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. FOR SALE--MorreJl Avenue, 90-3, brick bungalow, 55,000. CRAWFORD AVENUE, WEST. 1340--Six room frame house, bath and furnace. Price, 51,800. ROBERT NORRIS. PHONE 505. 21KAD THIS FrRST: Out ot a job. and nskod to leave her boarding house bec-iuac ot the wide publicity she received (IE the result of an attempted prison break, Lonn Ackerman is almost desperate because «he cannot locate Jim Claridge. the Lrfina sped to Lhe penitentiary to see lior father, serving a life term for murder, she and Jim had fallen in love. At the warden's house during her v i n t t to t!io prison, two escaping convicts force her into Lhe warden's car and make a safe getaway until Lena Kraba the stcerinR wheel and the cor crashna. Only slightly hurt, she finds ·her fathor has dmcl m th*i meantime. After taking his body home, she returns to the city, finally Jim calls her and asks her to marry him. NOW GO ON wrrn THE STORD CHAPTER TWENTY JTM WANTED Lona to marry him immediately, that afternoon, as soon as they could go through ·the motions of obtaining a license and linding a minister. Now that -tlicy had made up their minds, he argued, there was no reason for ·waiting. But, laughingly, Lona put "him off. It wasn't decent, she said. A bricle must have some time to get ready for her wedding. She -couldn't be married In her crumpled office suit. "You look good to me in anything, girl," he protested, his eyes meeting hers across the restaurant ;table with a new look in them, a [possessive, promising look th£ t ibrought a warm glow to her strained face and made her feel suddenly alive. Alive, after all these days of just enduring, just getting through things because they must, somehow, be lived through, "J hope you're not going- to want -tiny fuss," he brought out. "I hate ·that sort ot thing 1 . You're not plan- He took ber arm as they left the hotel together. she laughed again. "Wait unliJ you see the wedding- tning any church aisle stuff, are dress rm going to buy( » she told yOU?" I -ni-m. She laughed. "I've had enough publicity this last week. I'm won- sdering if we could go away some place, out of the city. Do you suppose the reporters will write us up if they find out?' 1 They'll eat it up. ... Prison Escape Girl Wecls. . , . Can't you see the headlines?" He crinkled his eyes into a frown over his cigaret and Ixna felt suddenly panicky. "Couldn't we elope?" she brought out. "To Greenwich, maybe?" But he shook his head. "Greenwich la too public. All the runaways go there. The reporters watch the license lists and they'd spot us right off, unless--" He hesitated, und she sensed a sudden tenseness in has eyes. "You woiddn't want to use some other name, would you, gnrl? They wouldn't tumble then." For a moment Lena frowned. "But, Jim, that wouldn't be legal, "would it? I thought you had to use your own name on a marriage license," "Oh, Jt would be legal, all right. It's the intent that counts, not the name. There's many a man gets himself hooked up under an alias. "Why, for all you know, maybe I'm not using' my right name. You've only ray word that I was born Jim Cla ridge." He grinned at her, and she had to smile back. Gazir.g into his fac-e, it came to her that she really did know very little about this man she was planning: to marry. Nothing but that he was kind and strong, and that he loved her. She was sure of that, now. But he had told her almost nothing about himself, and what he had told her might not be true. "I'll take your word for It, Jim," she brought out, abrupUy, ashamed of even the shadow of a doubt. "And I suppose there's no use trying to run from the newspapers. I'll just have to -Uike the publicity." She shrugged and he gave her hand a reassuring pressure. "We'll make it Friday," she promised when he did not speak. "Friday afternoon--" She broke off, then, flushing at her own boldness. "Friday! That's three whole days! When \ve could be hunting up a license right now. You women are funny." He shook his head and It couldn't be white, of course. With Daddy just laid to rest in the grassy cemetery back in Bridgewater she had to pass up anything reminiscent of bridal satins and orange blossoms. Blue was her next best color and it was upon a demure little fall model of navy crepe that she decided finally. With a delicious recklessness she cashed the check Mr. Sanders had given her, and bought a trim little blue felt hat with turned-up brim and a price tag that would have sent her scurrying at any other time. She even managed a pair of blue pumps, with the sheerest of matching hose, and a pair of smart hand-knitted gloves. Waiting for Jim to can for her at the hotel on the last evening before what was scheduled to be their wedding day, she tried on all her purchases together. She adjusted the collar of filmy white organdy on the blue dress and stood for a long- moment studying herself critically in the mirror. She looked slim, and girlish, and not very bride-like, she told herself severely. More like a business girl ready for work. She fluffed out her hair a little more beneath the severe lines of the hat and wondered if Jim would like her in it. Funny, to be thinking of someone's approval. It had been such a long time since she had had to care about anybody's opinion of her clothes. Not since the old days back in Bridgewater that were gone now, past hope of return, forever. With tears starting in her eyes she sat down, still in her bridal outfit, and counted the money which remained in the shabby old purse that had gone with her through so many weary days. It totaled ten dollars. Impulsively she took pen and paper from the dresser drawer and penned a letter to the old minister in Bridgewater who had buried her father. She told him she was to be married, that she would be happy, and he must not be concerned about her. Into the envelope she slipped the ten dollars and directed that it was to be spent for flowers for the new grave in the churchyard. Her eyes were swimming with tears as she wrote the familiar address and sealed the letter. It was, she realized, the last thing she would evez; do for Daddy with her own money. · * * Traces of her tears still remained when she met Jim a few minutes later in the hotel lobby. She had changed to her work suit again and scrubbed a powder puff over her face to obliterate them, but her eyes were still red. His face darkened a little as he looked at her. "You've been crying, girl," he accused. "Aren't you happy?" "Of course, I'm happy, Jim. It'a just that I was--lonesome, I guess. I got to thinking of Daddy . . . " "You shouldn't be alone." He took her arm as they left the hotel together, and his hand was warm, and strong. Close to him she felt safe. "Jim!" she brought out, snuggling against him as they slarted; up the street. "You're so good to me, Jim." He turned then, there on the street, and looked down at her with. 1 sudden pleading in his eyes. For a moment she thought he was going' to speak, and she waited. But in-i stead, he held up his hand to a 1 passing taxi, and guided her to-i ward the curb. Once inside the cari he sent the driver off toward the- city park, and took her in his arms.' "Why must we wait until tomorrow, girl?" he asked, his In,., against her hair. "Why do you, want me to leave you again, ever?"', "Jim--" "I love you, girl, lore you! And) you want to waste a whole day!" "Jim, what do you mean?" She- pulled back a little. "Let's get married now, tonight,, There's still time to get into the; license office. I'll hire a car and we. can drive out into the country and find a preacher somewhere. Can't" you do it, girl?" For a moment Lona clung- to him, her heart beating nard. After all, why not? There was no real reason to wait. "Please, girt" His pleading left her weak. "Yes, Jim," she murmured, sc low he had to bend close to catch the words. "I'll do it." "Girl!" He kissed her before he called out an order to the taxi driver to- turn downtown and go to the marriage license bureau. It was a gentle kiss, out the promise of it left her trembling and shy. (To Be Continued) GENTTIKE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull Son Phone 107 or call Dawson. 3261 and 3531 JUNIATA COAL,--I2c bushel, cash, delivered, 25 bushel orders ako delivered. Robert Welsh. Phone 4121-R-12. HOUSTON AVENUE. 216 -- Six room frame house with bath, in the very best of condition. Immediate possession. Priced to sell at SI .500. Inquire. Paul Wagoner, 1009 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 148 1-OR SALE--Must sell summer hmise, six room house, 26 3-10 acres, with sugar outfit. Three miles East of Indian Head. James Long, Cleveland Street, Grcens- burg. Pa. COAL -- Best grade 9-ft cca]. j delivery for any nmourit, Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1991. GOOD LUMPY -- Ran of mine ccal. 100 bu., 8c; 50 bu., Gc; 25 bu , 12c delivered Ca*h. Phone 3037. Frank Koballa. Auctions--Lcgais . __ By PAULMALLQRjg?" Continued from Page Four. ; jest which will be lost on those who ] do not appreciate how much both AFL and CIO are jealous of the railroad brotherhoods. For instance when Madame Perkins chose one of her assistant secretaries (McLaughlin) from the brotherhoods, a CIO official remarked: "We would have raised a fuss if you hud appointed an AFL man, but we would rather have seen you do it than a brotherhood man." President Roosevelt's advisers were a little worried after Lewis made his 1 proposal for fear it might blow up j the whole peace movement. The AFL crowd, however, took it as the joke it was, and proceeded to business. pay their workers a few ounces of rice per day, while ours are the highest paid in the world. If you rmike allowances for these differences, the small Japanese building budget becomes a billion dollar naval building program--which is almost exactly even with ours. is a Russian, German or Italian statistic. Notices 91 Household Goods 59 FOR SALE 1 LIVING ROOM--And dining room suits, davunports. dressers, couclics and beds. Coal and gas ranges. a]t-o good desks and typewriters. Special, one child a large play pen. DL'LVS STORAGE. 122 S. PEACH ST. PHONE 50 SEE MERVIS FURNITURE COMPA-MY-FOR BARGAINS IN FUKKITUBE AND STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE, 2020. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTTCK. j ESTATE OF WILLIAM HENRY. DE- ccased Letters of A d m i n i s t r a t i o n OT the j estate; of William Henry, Into o£ BulLskm L Township. Fayette County, Pennsylvania, j deceased. j Letters of Administration in the above | estate having been Granted to the undcr- [ signed, notice is hereby Riven to all j persons indebted to the snid decedent to nuko payment to the undersigned with- j out delay, and all persons having claims · or demands against taid estate are requested to make known the same I Nannie Henry, ! ConncllbViHc. R D No. 2, Administratrix. Fred E. Younkin. Attorney. 3fcb-6'.-fri. Wanted--To Buy 66 WANTED TO BUY--A good piano at a reasonable price. No player piano desired. Wr.te "P. A. C.," Pyst Box 224. Everi-on, Pa. WE BUY--Antique f u r n i t u r e , dishes, etc. Abraham \ Smit'ifield, Pa. OUR CLASSIFIED SER\lCE~ls~as~near as your phone. Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without any further trouble on. your »arU ALL THE BEST opportunities m Con- nollsville and vicinity arc to be £ound in one place--The Classified Section. YOU KNOW WHAT you w a n t a-id a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to eo about getting it. Phone 12 or 13 AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff away. Let us explain our yearly low rate on cor.secjtive a d v e r t i s i n g Phone 12 or 13. PHONE ia or 13 for an Ad-takcr. Tokyo dispatches have been carrying some new officially faked figures on Japanese armament expenditures. War and navy authorities here did not even grant the figures the courtesy of being clipped for the files. They were announced by the Japanese war minister and indicated Japan V-ES embai king on merely a 5329,000,000 six-year naval construction program (it you convert the yen into dollars at 27.3 cents.) Thfe Japanese are accustomed to handle their budget figures so as to keep all foreign governments in a haze. AH that authorities here know about these new ones js that they do not mean anything. It is evident, however, that the new program is to be superimposed on the one in lyst year's budget, from which $158.000,000 will remain at the end of this Japanese fiscal year (M"nrch 31) also the Japs can build two or three battleships for w h a t the U. S. pays for one. The difference in the wage scale here and there is about one to five, which incidentally is anoihe: evidence of the comparative standards in dictator nations and democracies. They The Japanese are further believed to have a secret defense fund which does not go through their diet. In extreme cases, they can go through the supreme council to the emperor himself and get money directly from the treasury. It is not done often, because the hood-winked legislative branch of the government objects, but in matters of national defense, the government has been able to get away with it. Nothing is of less consequence than a Japanese naval statistic--unless it Wisps: Marquis James, the skilled Jackson biographer, did some ghost- editing on Mrs. "Woodrow "Wilson's memoirs. He also has been working on Bernard Baruch's papers for two years. . . Mrs. Wilson's book is the personal journal of a Southern belle and a wartime First Lady written with impartial disdain. Every great event of personal or international history from which she draws the curtain of the past is exposed in that light which may possibly illuminate history but surely illuminates Mrs. Wilson. . . Congressman Dick Kleberg had only $5 on his horse .Ciencia when she won the derby at Santa Anita. Wails Mr. Kleberg: "I am not a betting man, but I should have trusted the little girl a bit more." TO CLEAR OUR-SHELVES SALE at request of our customers --continues another iveek Don't Wait Any Longer! Tiilie A d v a n t a g e o£ These Savings! Zipper Sweaters WaiHed styles and colors. Up to S2.95 tM K A values JDl.tNJ Work Pants Made oC heavy cottonade. All sizes. ryq Special · ··'*·' Mofeskin Pants Heavy weight moleskin punts in all (J1 -I Q sizes -.. . tpJL.JLt7 Work Shirts Blue chambray and /{An covert in all sizes rrrrl/ Men's Jacket's Close out] Melton and zipper jackets (g-| rn as low as $±.DU Dress Shirts Irregulars oj a much higher ^ ed '44c 74c O U T F I T T E U FOK JIEN AM BOVS 134 N o r t h Pittsburgh Street

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