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Reading, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, November 9, 1916
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THE READING NEWSTIMES, READING, 'PA., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, i9i 6 Eight HEIRS SELLING OLD HOMESTEAD Many Visitors Comeiand Co in All Parts of Rural Berks ' ' , DRYVILLE, Nov. 8. The heirs of the Enoch Angstadt homestead, near Keller's school house, in Rockland was sold at public sale .to William Hintz, of Reading, for " $108. Mr. Hintz will - use the hqmestead as a summer resort. It is located about a mile southwest of New - Jerusalem. The heirs of the Mary Gressley home in New Jerusalem will shortly expose the same' at public sale. . Rev. Isaac S. Stahr, 'Reformed 'pastor of New Jerusalem . church, administered the communion in Christ Lutheran church, of .town, to sixty - three persons. His text was St. Matthew 9:18 - 26. - Rev. William H. Kline held English services in Christ Lutheran church. His theme was, Is it4awful to heal on the sabbath? He answered in the affirmative and said the human soul should be healed on the Sabbath. The audience' waa large. Rev. J. S. Stahr, of Friedensburg, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph. K. Angstadt, of town. Mr. and Mrs. William Hintz and family from Reading and Horace Hepdt were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brlntzenhbff. Mrs. Louisa Greenawalt and Elba Greenawalt, of Reading, visited Mr, and Mrs. William E. Trexler.. , - Mr. and Mrs. ' Benjamin B. Fox, Harvey M. Fox, Horace M. Fox, Clar - bel M. Fox and Mrs. George J Schlegel, of Fleetwood, motored to Northampton where they were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. John Bear Stoudt. ' v - Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Carl, near Kutztown,' and Mr. aiW Mrs. Samuel R. Heffner, Lyons, were the. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson M. Barto, of town. . ., , - Mr. and Mrs. Wilson M., Barto at tended the funeral of Mrs. John Wanner, near Virginville. ; : I. C. D. Koch, of Bower's, visited the family of Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Scheidt, of town. , Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Schlegel, of Monterey , were the guests of Mrs, Schlegel's' parents, Mr. and Mre. Wil son M. Barto. - Ed. G. Readinger, of Reading, was a visitor in town.. Mr, and Mrs. Alfred S. DeLong and children Luther and Ruth, of Mon terey, visited Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Fox. , Rudolph H. Angstadt and wife and r' mm A ' .1 . ! ,. - n .1J 9 - All Agree tnac. l - yaia & rmiaiam s Vegetable Compound Wonderfully Relieves Woman's Suffering. Tf - It 4l!t. mnnfm rlMWef Vlrlfrrf IS X 1U111 (Ul XL VJ UU ,vw, " rconstantly coming to the office of the Lydia E. Bnkham Medicine Co. of Lynn, Mass., proving the wonderful powe shown : by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in controlling ills peculiar to women. Here are letters from Vermont, Arkansas and New Jersey: It Cured Me! RnrhiTTT ' Vt. A.vear aeo last December I was taken with a female trouble and doctored for it but did not get any help until I took Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound. My DacKwouDiea me a good deal and these troubles lasted so lone tbat I grew terribly poor and I teit a great aeai easier lying down. No one knows what I suffered. I did not dare consult another doctor I was so afraid he would say I had got to hare an operation. I can truly say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was a god - send to me for after suffering about eight months this wonderful medicine cured me." Mrs. Nellie E. Fbbnoh. ' - 0 Her Best Friend. Weehawken, N. J." I must call you my best friend for what your remedies have done for me. . I am 50, and am passing through the Change of Life and for some time I felt bad but since I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Uompouna i ieei nne ana wiu recommend it to every woman who suffers as I did." Mrs. KATHra Leonhardt, 419 7th St., Weehawken, N. J. Had Awful Pains in Side. Branch, Ark. Every month I suffered with ' r - mmninff trains and I had awful pains in my left side. I was very irregular.; I had a tired feeling all the time and did not sleep good at night. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and in three months I was well" Mrs. Mae Gattis, Branch, Ark. x U 1VU fTWU. EMWM . - V . BS, ' i Mass. Ypnr letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict commence. if, J m Alan a. Angstadt and wife motored io Ai. weianer wno resides on one of the Seidel's farms in Richmond TEMPLE TEMPLE, Nov. 8. The Grand fair and bazaar held by the Temple JJrum Corps in their hall on Mt Laurel avenue opened on Saturday night with, a grand parade. A large crowd attended. A party composed of Victor Glas - ser, Jeremiah Rothermel, Lutherl Fink, Leroy Marks, Earl Bortz and friends held a. chicken and waffle supper at stonetown. They were conveyed to the latter place in Mr. Glasser's automobile. Warren Krug and Richard Kulp, former residents of Temple, moved to Reading. . - . .. A sale was held at the home of Charles , R. Hartman, " who - was the sole heir to the late, Mrs. Isaac Hin kle.' All. the latter's personal and real estate property was sold. The total amount, of the sale greatly ex - ceded the amount expected. ; Wilson . G. Sarig, . local candidate for State Legislature was re - elected by a large vote. , , Edwin S. Becker is confined to the with a severe cold. Dr. A. H. Bauscher is having the front part of his home at Mt Laurel and Kutztown avenue, , remodeled.. The house being built by Mrs. Michael Adams is nearing comple tion. The last ball game of the season was played on Sunday between the Mexican team, from Reading, and the Temple Mix - up, it took the locals nine, 12 innings to defeat the Mexicans, & home run by Roth, deciding the game, score 11 to 9. The batteries were for the Mexicans Sexto and Hoffman, for Temple, Glasser and Heckman and Fink. ELVERSON ELVERSON, Nov. 8. Roy Weaver, of Churchtown, was an Elverson visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Danner.of Birdsboro, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox. , Adam Yohn, Misses Sarah, and Lizzie ,Tohn, of Churchtown, and Mrs. William Shirk, of Philadelphia, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bar ton Gable. ' Barton Tohn, of Churchtown, was an Elverson visitor last week. - . Evan Dun, of Birdsboro, was an Elverson visitor on Sunday. Miss Helen Dengler is visiting rel atives in Reading. - Misses Viola and Florence Shipp and Manon Rhoades were guests of Mrs. Florence Gable over the weekend. ... Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox, of Phil adelphia, are spending some time as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.' Bernard Fox. Clarence Loucher, of Philadel phia, spent a few days at the home of Mr, and Mrs. William Houck. , Barton Gable attended the Picker. ing Valley Hunt at Phoenixville. W0MELSD0RF WOMELSDORF, Nov. 8. The fu neral of Richard E. Raihl took place from the residence of the parents, Mrand Mrs. Harvey Raihl, on Tues day, Nov. 7, and proceeded to Eph - rata, "where services were held in the Lutheran chuch. Rev. Smith of ficiated. Interment .was made in the Bergstrass cemetery. Services were held at the residence of the parents at this place on Monday evening at 7 o'clock by Rev. H. S. Kidd and Klopp's choir sang anthems. The remains were attired in a black robe covered with an eiderdown blanket and reposed in a black cloth - covered casket . ornamented with silver handles and plate inscribed "At Rest." The floral . tributes were nulnerous and beautiful. Among them were, Chrysanthemums, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Eby; spray of chrysanthemums, Uncle James and Aunt Lizzie; yellow chrysanthemums," Jerome Petticoffer and family; roses, Mrs. J. P. 'Pott; yellow chrysanthemums Monroe Auman and family; chrysanthemums, clerks of Potts' department store; chrysanthemums and autumn leaves, H. A. DeLong. 'Funeral Director Fred D. Arnold had charge. PLUCKING BOARD . BEGIliSMYYWORK Officers Will be Promoted by Merit and .Seniority Not BY SPECIAL LEASED WIRE WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Nine ranking officers of the navy, headed by Admiral Henry T. Mayo, com' mander or the Atlantic fleet, were appointed by Secretary Daniels to day as the board of selection au thorized by ; the : last naval bill dl recting that officers in the grades of commander, captain and rear ad miral of . the line of the navy here after be promoted by selection and not by seniority. The board will hold its first meeting . here Dev. next. - : . In addition to Admiral Mayo, members of the board" are Vice Ad miral Coffman, of the Atlantic fleet Rear Admiral Austin M. . Knight, head of the Navy War College; Rear Admiral Nathaniel R. Usher, Rear Admiral Frank F. Fletcher,. Rear Admal Walker McLean; Rear Ad miral Augustus S. Sechteler, Rear Admiral Gleaves and Rear Admiral Albert W. Grant. DEATHS ALLEGHENYVILLE ALLEGHENYVILLE, Nov. 8. Rev. C. G. Heffner will have regular services in Allegheny church on Sun day at 10 a. m. The Keystone Band ' furnished music for - the Democratic meeting held at the Bowmansville . hafcsl. The - hunters who were out , the first few days reported . that rabbits were plentiful in this section but pheasants and squirrels are scarce, Supervisor John Kramer, is busy repairing the roads. '. : Clarence Hoffert received the con tract to husk a 20 - acre field of - corn for Stephen GebharJ. Paul Horning, who spent two days hunting in this vicinity, returned with ten rabbits. J Mrs. Catharine Kessler moved her household goods to Bowmansville where she is employed in Gehman' shirt factory. Most of the farmers of this sec tion are disposing of their wheat. They are receiving from $1.50 to $1.60 a bushel. O. P. Deeds, veterinary surgeon, of Chillington, passed through here on business. GREAT FOR EMERGENCIES San Cura Ointment Should Be " in Every Home There never was known a more reliable ointment than San - Cura. In most every case where it has been used it has created astonishment. It drew a needle out of the foot of the daughter of Mrs., James Hitchcock of Centreville, Pa., after the doctor had used his lance and failed. It has great healing and antiseptic yalue. It possesses so much healing virtue that it is guaranteed by P. M Zeigler Company to relieve any kind of piles, eczema, tetter, salt rheum, boils, carbuncles, ulcers, all kinds of chronic sores, chilblains, and chapped hands, or money back. It's a mighty handy remedy to have in the house in emergencies for bruises, burns, s cuts or scalds, be cause it relieves the pain and is an .tiseptic and healing. It's a medicine chest in itself a little family phy siclan that is ever in demand. 25c and 50c a jar at P. M. Zeigler Com pany. - r - BEST SKIX SOAP Is San Cura Soap, because of Its great antiseptic and healing virtues. Use it regularly, and it will make the Skin soft and velvety; wHl remove pimples and blackheads. It's the real 3oap for babies' tender skin. which mothers of infants should re member. 25 cents a cake at P. M. Zeigler Company. Adv. COMFORT Exclusive FALL Footwear Fit Guaranteed through the Foot - ograph Systemr exclusive with us. MOST remarkable value in Men's and Young Men's Shoes. We'll save you money and show you many styles that can be found nowhere else at these prices. FINEST SELECTED TANS, CORDOVANS, WINE CORDO CALF, GUNMETAL AND SOFT KID LEATHERS They are up - to - the - minute in style and moderately priced. $3 $3.50 $4 $5 $6 stock of Women's TVHE wonderful assembled offers you boundless variety of lasts and leathers every new style idea of the season is here in wide range of sizes and prices. j . - " BLACK GLAZE KID TAN RUSSIA CALF WHITE WASHABLE KID ' GRAY WASHABLE KID BROWN WASHABLE KID GUNMETAL CALF Bear Comfort $2.50 $3 $3.50 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 CfiAP fni - A 632 - 634 Penn Street OlIUW OlUl V Open Monday Evenings Emiqa S. Burns - Emma Susan " Burns, - aged 76 years 8 months and" 7 days, widow of William' Burns, died of complications at the home of her daughter, Mrs. - Charles Dillion, of, 316 Klein street, West Reading,. She was bedfast 3 weeks. She is survived by five ' children: George Burns, of Reading; Mrs. Samuel Gross, .Reading;. Mrs. Mary Seman, Reading; Mrs. Charles Dillion, West Reading. - ' She is also survived by a brother, Charles Ringler,; Reading. She . belonged to the St. James Lutheran church. 34 grandchildren survive. ".Funeral director, Auman. , r , Santigno. , ' Joseph Santigno, 34 . years 9 months, 3 days, died of complications at his home, ?36 North Eighth street. He is survived by his wife childrenSara dlwycc. Dfch. w yyww Sara' (nee Blraminoh , and three cchildren, Louis, : Josephine ' and Jenith. ,He was a member of th Holy Rosary church and the P. & R. Relief Association. ; Funeral director, Auman. ' - Mrs. Frank J. Gottshall. Elmira, wife of Frank J. Gottshall, a former resident of this city, died of a complication of diseases, at 1 a. m., at her residence, Elizabeth - town, Lancaster county. Deceased was a native of Pinegrove and was a daughter of the late Reuben H. Stees. She left Reading four years ago and while a resident here lived in an apartment at 429 Walnut street, where the University Club now is located. There survive besides her husband one brother, George E. Stees, Conshohocken, and two sisters, Mrs. Joseph V. Kendall, Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. S. M. Helms, Reading. Lewis Aulcnbach. Lewis Aulenbach, of Robesonia, aged 43 years and 4 months, died of typhoid fever after an illness of three weeks. Death occurred in the Reading hospital. Mrs. Martin Becker. Mrs. Lillian Becker, wife of Martin Becker, died late Monday evening at her home at Adamstown, - aged 30 years, after an illness with Bright' disease. Besides her husband she is survived by one son,. Gilbert, alo by her mother, Mrs. Jefferson Penny - packer, and two half - sisters. Mrs. Charles Hatton, and Miss Elsie Pen - nypacker, all of Adamstown. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock V at Rheems Memorial Lutheran church. Interment will be made in Fairview cemetery. '. Lewis W. Sharpless" Lewis W. Sharpless, , aged eighty years, ten months and fourteen days, died of uraemlc DOisonine at - 3 1 K p. m., at the residence of his daugh ter, Mrs. Stephen Regar, 422 South Seventeenth street He was for many years master mechanic at the Ninth street rolling mill of the Reading Iron Company. Two weeks ago, while attending to some light duties at the mill, he fell and in jured his right hip. Later his kid neys were affected, and uraemic poisoning developed, ' which caused his death.1 Mr. Sharpless ' was born at Valley Forge and came tolbis city twenty - seven years ago. Before ne made his home in this city, he resided at Pottsville,. where he was master mechanic at the Atkins Roll ing Mill for a number of years. He was a member of the Quaker de nomination, Pulaski Lodge, F. and M., of Pottsville; Miners' Lodge, O. O. F., of Pottsville, and the Ninth Street Rolling Mill Beneficial Association. Deceased was the last of his family. His wife, Jennie (nee Hatfield), late of Pittsburgh, died nine years ago." He leaves four children: Charles F., Philadelphia; Annie T. and Bertha B. Reading, and Mrs. Regar, with whom he resided. Three grandchildren . also survive. John J. Kane , John J. Kane, aged sixty - nine years, a veteran of the Civil War, died of hardening of the arteries at his home, 327 South Third street, at 6.15 p. m. He had been ailing for the past five years and was confined to his room for eighteen months. He was born in Ireland, and emigrated to America, with his parents, at the age o four years. He was foreman in the butt weld department of the tube works. He was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church and the Tube Works Beneficial - Association. Besides the wife, Agnes, these children remain: Rosa, wife of Russell Beall, Washington, D. - C; James, Apna, Margaret, Nellie, Dorothy and John, jr., all of Reading; also four grandchildren Mrs. William Rhcin Mary Ella, wife of William Rhein, former resident of this city, died of a complication of diseases at her residence, 4513 Bouvier street Philadelphia, aged 36 years. The remains will be .forwarded to the residence of the deceased's brother, John W. Paul KSS T - aiirol afroat from Iwhlch place the funeral will be held, with Undertaker Miller in harge. Mrs. Rhein is survived by her mother, Mrs. Charles A. Paul; her husband, two children, Mcs. Grace Connell, and Charles Rhein. Philadelphia; four brothers and one sister, George M., Joseph and Laura Paul, Philadelphia; John W., Read ing, and Edward, Trenton,1 N. J. John ' Guss John C. Guss, a former resident of Reading, died at his home, at Shaw, Wis., after a short illness. He left Reading in 1867 to locate in the West He was a brother of Samuel FINAL RESULT (Continued from First Page.) votes than to logout by just one or two votes. - Double votes, less 25 of the extra votes during the double rate period, will be in effect only on 12 and 24 months' subscriptions between now and 10 o'clock, the closing hour Saturday night, Nov. 11, 191. All other subcriptions count regular schedule. Watch for names of judges and closing rules in tomorrow's issue of this paper. ... - A revised list of the published Standing of the candidates and clubs or societies will be printed again tomorrow. . ' DISTRICT NO. 1 pr. W. F. Marks 207,420 George E. Lotz 187.420 Edwin R. Kaufman 73,000 DISTRICT NO. 2 Ollle Brttton .210,900 Harry F. Kauffman ..196,000 DISTRICT NO. 3 Daniel Dougherty ....206,300 Rocco Blanchl .,; 198,600 Rev. Dr. Eugene Marchettl.... 75.800 DISTRICT NO. 4 George B. Fessler 190,570 Herbert A. Maier 146,100 DISTRICT NO. 5 Miss Edna M. Stump, Kutztown. ....182,300 Joe Kline, Fleetwood 72 800 DISTRICT NO. 6 Nlcbol George, Boyertown 38,100 DISTRICT NO. 7 Oscar I Lesher, Shartlesvllle ...223,050 Clement A. Bell, Lebanon. 211,000 Helen Kline Fegley, West Reading. .204,800 Israel P. Greth, Sinking Spring, R. - F. D. 196:250 Minnie Kaufman, Myerstown ..176,000 Ted Busher. pottsville 19 300 DISTRICT NO. 8 - $500 PLAYER - PIANO Berks Co. Democratic Association. ..830,250 West Reading Fire Co.. 299,250 B. P. O. E., 631, Lebanon......... 297,500 B. P. O. Elks 260,620 A. F. and A. M. .'..249.300 Orioles. Nest No. 2 246,800 Berkshire Country Club 205 400 Holy Rosary Parochial School... ...8q!ooo ' 58.400 Bartenders' Union ....'56,800 Moose, Pottsville... 19300 I - M. H. A 17,'wo P. O. S. of A 11.800 Independent Order of Americana 11,000 Eagles, Pottstown. ....11 000 Knights of Malta .11 000 Electric Wheelmen 8000 Schuylkill Fire Co ....'......... s!eoo Knights of Columbus. 3300 I O. O. F 3,000 Knights of the Golden Eagle. No. 48.. 2,550 MT. PENN LODGE Mt. Penn Lodge, No. 618, I. O. O. F., conferred the firs and third degrees upon a class of candidates. One proposition was received. Fol lowing . the. session a luncheon was served. ' MRS. HUSTLER MARRIED NEW YORK, Nov. 8. Mrs. John Sf Huyler, widow of the candy manufacturer, who left an estate of more than $2,000,000, was married quietly on Monday evening to' William Wilbur James Cooke, of Philadelphia. T0PT0N TOPTON, Nov. 8. Town council met with President Matz and all the members present, exception C. O. Diener. These bills were approved and ordered to be paid: N. S. Schmehl, fuse, and dynamite, 31,11; Crown Kvitting Co., cotton waste, $1.32; E. J. Bailey, blacksmithing, $2.60; J. M. Schappel, hardware, $8.09; Atlantic Refining Co., oil, $15.30; H. W. Weaver, fire insurance assessment, $2; Folk Bros., salary $30; B. B. Kane, salary, $45; treasurer's wage account, $223.05; Em - pirepire Steel & Iron Co., fuel, $6.27; D. L. Nicks, surveying, $14.87; total, $349.61. Fines collected by water commissioner, i$3. r Amount 'received by burgess fdr permits, $2. The secretary was instructed to order a carload of Birdsboro trap rock screening to cover the walk along Home avenue. Cook & Trexler were given permission to construct a temporary walk along High street from Cherry street to their property. A communication was received from the borough engineer condemning a portion of the newly built concrete retaining wall on Home avenue. The matter was referred to the solicitor. A committee made the request of council asking to have the coming Chautauqua meetings to be exempt of the borough license but the same was refused. The license as called for In the ordinance will amount to $7. J. B. Nightingale, representing the State Department, obtained another sample of water the new artislan well for analysis. The automobiles of Elmer Schofer and W. H. Rohrbach collided in the evening at the corner of Callowhill and Weiss streets. Both were slightly damaged. Charles Remel, Ray Kiechel and the Misses Grace Brader and Alma Lefan, all of Northampton, and Miss Stella Levan, of Reading were visitors at the homej of Mr. and - Mrs. P. A. Levan. C. D. Trexler and A. H. Smith were in Philadelphia, t NEED NOT PAY PAVING POTTSVILLE, Nov.XA decision was received today from Justice Kephart, " of the Superior Court, finally deciding that property owners of Market street this city, need not pay $50,000 charged against them by the city " for paving with wood blocks. . GARFIELD' GARFIELD, Nov. 8. Rev. Dr. E. S. - Brownmiller held communion services in Bern church on Sunday, Nov. 5. He confirmed a class of 19 persons' on the Saturday, prevloua Ambrose Davis, Walte and George Dietrich, of Evansville, called on Cyrus Davis and family. Floyd and Clayton Ernst called on James Becker and family. Michael Biegef and Darius Wen - gert are drilling holes in the stone quarry of Abraham Reeser in Penn township. Most of the farmers in this locality have finished husking corn. Frank Seifert and Calvin Lando assisted Harry Hiester in husking corn. Tho'mas Faust - made a business trip through Schuylkill county. Such an easy way to heal my skin! "I never worry if I have a little rash or other eruption break out I just put on a bit of Resinol Ointment That takes out me itch - ing and burning imtantty, and soon clears the trouble away. I learned of Resinol Ointment through our doctor prescribing it for, my brother. Tom had been almost frantic with eczema for months but the ointment healed his skin like magic." Reilnol Ointment and RmIhoI Soap an scM byall druggists. For a free sample of each, writ to Dept. 29 - R, Resinol, Baltimore, Ud. AtkForGet The Original Nourishing Delicious Digestible Safe Milk Porjnfants, Invalids and Growing Children. he Original Food - Drink ror au ac Rich Milk, Malted Grain Extract In Powder, Substitutes Cost YOU same race. nilMMMIIMMMIIItlMMMlHMMtMMMMMtMMMtiMMMM For Today, Tomorrow and Saturday v We Announce i An Eventful SALE of the Season's Most 1 Fashionable COATS for Women and Misses I F. Guss, of Wyomlsslng. Mr. and Wis., to Mrs. Guss left for Shaw, attend the funeral. - West Green 'West Greon, colored, aged 34 ears, after an illness of one week, died of pneumonia at the residence of Mrs. Clara Ringgold, S14 Lafayette street, at 3 o'clock today. He was employed at the Reading Steel Casting Company, coming here from Lexington, Ky. Nothing is known of his relatives. He came to Reading about eix years ago. Bartoik. George Bartoik, son of Frank Bartoik, died at' 1210 a. m. al the home of his parents, North Fifth street, Oakbrook. Funeral director, Dougherty. . . , 504 Penn nhT(Wl Bright Hardware Street (yMPlmlul Building - THE WOMEN'S OUTERGARMENT SHOP Vast stocks to select from at Adler & Co. usual low prices. .98 Presenting smart and effective styles, de - j signed . in the swagger flare, models, for . i every occasion of dress and in a complete size range from 16 to 44. , J ,' . INCLUDED AMONG THE FABRICS ARB i Wool Velours Wool Plushes Matelambs Boucles Corduroys Tweeds Cheviots Kerseys Meltons Diagonal Cloths, Etc. IN THE FOLLOWING COLORS: Black Brown Green Burgundy Mxtures Plaids . Two - Tone Stripes Dozens of distinctive styles in Coats for Street,' Motor, Semi - Dress and Dress sump, tuously trimmed with Fur or Plush. W8 W $24F8 Masterpieces of the designers' art and the tailors' craft dashing models, with the full wide sweep demanded by the woman of fashion non - belted, single belted and double , belted effects In great profusion. . ' 1 ' .:. FASHIONED of the SOFT TEXTURE "WARMTH. . WITHOUT - WEIGHT" FABRICS, SUCH AS Bolivia Cloth Seal Plush Broadcloth Wool Velour Silk Velour Chinchilla Besides the favorite colors, the new Bur - ' . gundy. Plum, Wftie, Mustard and Buff, shades are strongly featured. Alterations Free, This additional Adler & Co. attraction assures a further saving of $3 to $5. Other exquisite Coats all exceptional values are specially priced up to $90.00 M M MM M I M M 1 1 M KE.DLGS NEW YORK STOKE MMMMMMMMMMMM ', if m

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