Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on December 19, 1916 · Page 5
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. TUESDAY, PEG. 19, 1916. •«''!-= tl) i'l Christmas for Sister, Brother and Best Friends the beautiful, practical, pleasurable gift The Bootery's exclusive footwear. Why say more? Come in, we'll gladly show and suggest gifts far anyone. !I<>UM> slippers for men, women, mid children. •it ill. I",.fn \V'I"* m V'« 'I'MlMivc \l\ : jf* -t»> "i>- H of r. l<rtr<f !V!«t'< uhit*- «ii- .1 j«t i,.!. i\ h.-tn :h> ti>f. «• i :» l.*\intjf'nl | CITY^EWS IN BRIEF" «W Mr ,ft • .u-h .. Mifi !n-M I." ,,!,!< .•.•it;.-!' t It; tli :! ..-'If ;>r< h .-..-!.! in;.- - M. M \Vh-n' Mrr \ * t •' J uvl Mr. :•! Ml- H. .',',.!!.; «;,.l.ll' "f Mil H- ..-i" ::i } • !.-!<!a» in. th)!- i if v U!l! It-- M'.i ! " till- ,t * i }•' -< ', i \ * * f !t!"if I •- • i! ! ><-Mmt; fl ji.ii >\ lij J.ilh ;•-'•!( :ui.l K"\ \V,„.,!<.,I. -:,n>; M V Slu-|i H.i. ' :i ii .M ti!" i !,•••< I'm-lin--: Hlr f'iv Ail :ir:>! .Mi - Hi!) n-. r,- :< i',,rni.' i-r Mr. "!_ S'lTtil.iy :i t H.mv HtifJTl i.Miif-l -Hr.--: w,i< cr.-uikmc his •', jn><iri<iii: (In- m I'-htii'- b;ifk int: hi" wi!--t to tir bat! I* u; vi-rv ;<*t rip. M: -. .1 K f :,'i! \i-.' tlnt-.-.in !)-. 'tn Kiev -.TV ;>!!<! .M I .!' ii to !n>• >,tt the d;iy ,\!t rt .-..! .Mi - f n Sntift:iy in ftfi fri'-iul" Mi«. !•;. ,SS. Honry. <-f *')uuifM <:i!y, Thru .-iii.i, :i VMV prr-m-p'trt ..f thi-jl'«wn. wh " !l " R '"*'"' hfrv vlsifliij. bci •ruins'. 1 ; pfi'irr.'iij-! whii'ti i-iiiiliiinctl n ' i!uml>» r <>f s'lii |ir i~« f; mat- -;i'i"f. i-ftiunr-d tintrt Mr ,-inft Mrs. Wsit Mrtmt nrt,) .tnutrh- j'j , i'-r f'-rt! ,it»il «'hrH f"lt;ifOc. of MiH- .,( i<-,it;*'Vtllf ;vi>:lti >1 ;tt flir hmtif of H ' |||. ' M iTl»<if-:.-r y(«tt nbiy, .,.'i Mrs. K«l. Artprburri will K« Satnr- itl.'iv in ('oh-lu-stiTsfor :in »>vr--i C!ui.«t- J(M-I« viMt \vi(!i~lu}|*s<>n. i^iiii" mill tvlfo, I.Mr. Arti -rbw n .will K<> MM far SIN (Jiiics i'ontx with her. •nit'i ;i h;im!.«itnic Inskot <>f Hmv th«- ("'ulnniir: i-f tli<- yi s \ id'. 1 - Mrs. Vim Hem, in l.ch.-ilf »i'f ((>•• t'»),-tj'(rr, ptf-Vi-ntcil Mr?v. J.T!»-: in ;i nl<-i- litdc tiilk rim's pin. Mr.-i Kiint;^ d *|i"mlci! in n ti'lh. fnH "f k'nttcfuliK 1 ^}' 'ti whlfh fhf .»~nH\«.r IHT olTi.-crs f.n th<-ir Mlfl - <; '""K'' <'<»m»l-H-k u-turncil t'. pit-it y.-nr, j XVillirirn« ll:iy, \VI«.-.. nftr-r vi-ilHnK with in (urn, in l.f!i,ilf i>f «i". f '''•»»!« In this rlty. llrr ntint. Mrs.'An- - JinpliT, pic? i nt< it li!iinl?"iin«* fllvc-r l>i>iia!'lwmi with Shoe frees, spat*., purly slippers, polishing oiiffils, Ifi.uh Ince hoot fon IJOVH, ilie real liool for jliis u-enlh- or. Ir-h traj whi.-h "; ! "' r< i - iiH (MM-«>|il«'«l in ;)ii :lppliiptj;i5" Ultk. '•' Jt ; s ' r Which ^Iic Mprt|<f i.f th.- l,iVfVh«> Imlf M ' ' At "' Mr * na Mr-h.iffey, acfr.|ii|ifuiied "tier home e. will reniiiit! nver HIP notf 1 A \t'ry picdy tpilmtf w;if fii;irt<-il v li»^n ihc rfilrliiK niiitmii, Mrs. ]><inK, (c-r-ivi-il fri'tr) tin- nfTircT« i>f (lif ch.-ip- ijlcr fi.r l;i..i }(-fir, .•( set iif si>ltil silvi-i i.Hdltid furliH, Mrs. IJ'UIK rp^itundofl Ii Mhi* thiiuuhtrnl iii-t In b«*r uriu'lniiK wny. •Mlsn X'lrjslo iii'tiMiiHi'r llicn rarnr in ftu jit (ih.'tri- of the- prHly tlftM, from th* 1 iirhuptrl', ubii-h riin.'slMti'tl of ;i Ininil- i'finmi 1 t». II. S. HIIK. Thi'* WJIM rollinv- '/ftl bv the pr<"<( ntiillitn of n rltniil nf % .liihti Sanlee and laughter Helen, left th!.'« nniinlnjr for tlieir home in F-'awton, I'.i.. after «prnd- n\'p week-i a( the' home of Rubbers and overshoes The Bootefy 1 ithf Itlef t«» Mlrt. «"j||lie Mill-hell till itiatton )>y Mrs. Donation. the ItiKtallatton ,\t Hte c»nr<lti.*d(>n \ViMlarn Fnuilx wont t" I'lHr.-iKo il«y \vhi>ri' ho will p|H'inl Kt'Vfral d, eri'lMefi. the me|t|l>e|.t iihil Vl«itorN 1 « ere invlleil in the ttililwfi hull wheie n ! two-fiiiitMe luneh WI»H nervt-'l. The tif the Son W»M dime liy H. G. Bray 21 East Third St. E. W. Mason f "N !of thi' «'h;i|i(i>r K»VO niiliniiiiii'.i I' O/^r'I A 1 AI.MJ^Atl>CJ '|l*° tno brautlfnl iiiul iinfirt^xlvi? <**'n» 1 OVUJAL* ArrAIKo Ji,ni..ny of (ho oi(l<«r in* Kiv-'ii, Tin- r»l ^-••_. _., . ; - rr , -, --.---. --. ..^jlowlntr art' Iht" tifficorn InxIMlb'il; THE STABS INSTALLED Mrc. fdii i'on:. Irwln I ."Its',, SVurthy I'atron; Mr«. Hlla Buck, ' AnNodnto .Matron;. MTM llaHle Kherwilr, Kcri-ei.iry; ,Mi». Kll- xnhPlh ('"uwk-r, .Trpanuivr; .Mrs. Krinyn Conduct n<n«; Mrw. Kinnui nliiml twenty lll.llc will" wh" itiil It jt(»rfi*ctly. Thij""f'ntlri' ropust WIIM uinl'T 'jthi- ininu'ili.'iU' iliVi'i'iliin i>f cMr?.'I.nitK. i uMxuil nnf liiiniirril iiiul thirty ;«at at 'jilic inlili M in inicf'. liiiiini! the mr-iil itfinriiiu \\;\ft fnj'iynl in thf hnll br'htw iiiul thix wnx ronllnin-il until lu-ar the iiiiilnlclil hunr. ENTERTAINED^YESTERDAY Win thy .M.i!- j Mre. Dowoyer Entertained In Honor Of A 'Largo Audience Witnesscd| I Ci nM - AKS(U , :U( , riimlm . tWH . The Impressive'Ceremony.-—lK«iin.vn i^»n«. «:h«i|iini?i; 'Ttni-r, Mtindtiil; 'AU«j« VirlKb. Last Evening. The InHtnllulion of the ni;wly Mrn. f.ulti Churlolto ISiflsford, MI-H, .<Jr«iK' Turnrttth. Ituth; Wnhl, liwlhi'r; Mrs, Mln- ufflccr- of tbc SterllnB rhnftfr No. 364, !''" 8l|ri>d .',.*!'' I ? htt . : . ^^-^m-in:;- l»e~" ' ~ , '. .. • Murray, Hli^ta"; 'MrH. -Kiln. IVIHOM... OfxlKr of Knutcrn 8tnr, wn* h«IU Won., wunli-r; Mr. Cw. UrMurniy, Montlnol. ilrtt ovoiilnii in MiiMonli- Tolntilo. nnd , Her Fifty-third Birthday. "Mr,", ('ar| homeyer "pntpriaiiied ye»- tprday afteloiiiill ill her home 'on i*road«ay, iho aiTiilr helnj? In honor of her lirty-thlrd hlrthday. Tht' after- nnon wan wprnl foeially sifter which tpfitfidtmr'.nlit wore Mfrvpd. The fol- Inwlni; Indlpw enijiypil tin* alTalr' Mr«. Htatiti-r. MI-K. John Smith. Mrw, Ear iK'st <'«!*."«'' 1 1 », Mif. «le<i. «ieo. Thnnn. Mrci, t.hplr son, l»r, •*'. .1. Hantee. I>r. Sahle< s aecotnpanied them as far as rhirajrn, Mrw, Charles lihoden and two chll- drpii re;tehrd SterliiiK from AnsinilM)in. Haskalhewnn. t'nn.idn, for a few weeks' vinlt wltli her relative* III and vitu'lnlty. Hhe wax for' merly Mi«ii>i I'earl iM'finK?in. daiifthtpr of Irvln MniiKaii She went t«nlay to t'ro- for a V!B|| with the her . M. 1>, John and MaNli-r Morrtn John were pnfwttKers to Cllnttjn this afternoon, J. O. Kellogj;, of Chi. :IK<>, in In (IllH city today on l»UfliiPHi«. • icp I'. I.eFevrP wan a vlwltor In l»eKalh hint PVPtiitiK with fripnd*. Ulen Knuth and Leonard Hpckmai: Hppnt la«t eveninK In UUon wlllt friondH, Why Not A flat? Whoro is the woman, who on Christmas day, won't be de- lightedto receive a handsome new hat as H rememhrant'c. f S r ' , , We have just reeeived a new shipment^ of the noptil-ir satin hats for immediate wear. New spring slt?*f^ fl.;:;. j<r in all popular colors navy, steel, taupe, old rose, coral, brown <rreen7 pearl and black. .They are" sm*U> elope fitting (urhans, and the high crowned Puritan sailors, ' We have also beautiful Whi'c hats and turban.s and gold and silver lace hats. * . We sell doll hats, all styles ,, 25c Sweet Grass baskets .. ..; 50c to $1*50 Pine pillows 25ciind50e Fancy bags, sweet grass bottom .^5c Sweet grass sachets .. > 50c Entire front second floor Lawrence Building Come and See Us Dillon Hal Shop Entrance First Av€. Take the elevator & Market Co. Detroit Pliysitinn Pln»rf» Guilty Mnn»l*ughter Charge, Corn i,<>iiKlntry. who IIP ronuolly, Ur. _ Henry A, that Mrs, Mrs. Huff, Mrs. Shnlt'/, Mr». U, Hlmmwr and Mrn. Andrew. Hrown. Tho. ladipw pro • in M(inonle Tt'inpUi, nnd (he, I'iton w«ro jiprfcirmwl b«*fon> H vory j 'j'tH 1 wnrl< ...W«H |if>t'f«»nnr«l by Iffgc nudtoncc." Th»» n«rvlcen wt»rt' of u ! lOnnna LH»nviUl«<>»i j»uxC rnutron ttf ttu* j w flornl niituro ond. It WHH ont» of ilic ' Mu\ wmui rhjipt<H' aiul now Oriintl Ix-f- jil< prtittiCKt ovtjr held In the clt,*. Tln>fiurpf n« fimtaHinu.'offlcor,^ ,Mrn.. IJon- 'flftit purl wf the PVPitlim v/nn tlovntpd iuJdMin w:i« n«**lHt«'d. In IMT \v<irk In "doom wre tlion timtwn «i*)\f««if~t'fu'''3o«f|ililin* Un»wn a» cliutiluln uml Atrn. Mr*. Dnmryrr with a licniilifut ulfil nmbrr'lln nnd thoir bent fur 'iminy rnorw ha pity lilrthl' 'chuptor momb»r» and tlwtr'irtenrtH fit-iLtnii. orK«nli»l. Kuch did hc-r work the net-vices tngi»»hpr, T!u> K»f*H<» brniitlfully. Tin* nltnr In' UK* tt-ntor TRIED STEAL WIFE! .MiMlc'linc Kfiim«"r dli»d in hln iiiHtjf UK tln> result of an llb'Knl diwratlon, nn»l that l.'Hi»r lit* toplt hrr bodj" to u illlcli at tho Taylor and Srvpn Mile ronils, ;.|i'ailcil guilty or ntiinNhuiKlitrr." Dr. LnruilMir-y said Mrs. Krnmor ciinir tu hl» «il!lri» on Thursdny by nppolnt-l tncnt. that ho had ei|»cratwl on hor. anilf that hip.. und hid thp luid dif-il on the operating tn- Htrlck<>n in tho linuomcnt un- Molt IIP, III.. I>P«'. lt>. -Marunnto Mt«r- to til next day, whpn h«v tl^d n, ro|m| tin* nrek nnd HlnliVil u n»x Into .itiDiitli. tlKuriiiK it wntild ii|»i>cMiY thp «-i)iiiiin liml tirfii nttiu'Kcd nnd I' uiul then loiidcd ** , Headquarters for S« ChristmaslPoulfry We ar«> rt'i'fivin^ daily the choicest Hck't-t turkoys, gecsiv ducks and ciiickena, anil if you will leave your ordcrwilh n.s you can get j\i^t what you want and when you want-it fresh "dressed and at lowest possible market prices. . "* • j To those who do not care for poultry we wish to cull attention to tlitNfino lino, of heof,. jjork and spring lamb, the selection tit whh-h lias all been giviMi.our elosest nnd most MI refit) attention, and can assure you Hint'if you will cntnmi your order W4th, us you will not only be well satisfied but highly pleased,'and will tsuroly.be one more 'of our '.many living advertiseniejits. I ' / •' .-../' Competent and-suiTitMont extra ijclp to assure prompt and olTicient service. THE BJARKBT OP QfUALITY, PRIQE AND SERVICE »tl'*I *f«» V »l| ^»HTI l^li'll ft Ml^lV ^4 * »»T~ t "J"»;t f j Into him luilumobjlc ami dn>v*(> out iuto thp country, wjiprc IIP diimpptt It Inlnj Viilk 1 ! 1 wirr, TlitTpftirp VullP, <i MPX-'H dIU'h, whcr«* H WHH fuund two duy» Iran, niiot and killed MartlncK In tor by Inn i tor*. SUSPECTS HELD Charles Thom^si 28, And His Brother 14, Arrested For Death Of Aged Pair. TRAILED BYllOfJDTlOUNDS It Is Now Believed Slayers Se-"j cured-$14,000 From The . Home Of .-Victims; ]an nnd Charlon' rotnfnlri't to his homp. 1 $14,000 Said Missing. llobbory in now ax»lRnc>d an thp mo- [tlvp for tin- rrltno. It is bpllpypd tbt> Hlay««rH c-sctiiH'd f w;iH> lit lp«»t $H,00(>, uf which no tnipV I'UIH boon found. - Tlii* aged iicupic^woro mrtdc to «uf- fcr' 'horribly bpforo they w«-rt> klllptl, is.>"tho l»eUi»f of ofTicialH InvpHilgatlnK HIP i-njtp. Uoth the bodleM of »%tr. and Mrw. Hochpr wore mutllntod nnd 'bruln- id. Mr«._ JSi'i-hor had bpu» klckpd in tho IIONO, jif-r tikiil! fnicturod ,»nd wufftTPd i coniui-ioii (ivor'-tlip Htljt Icinidc, That I ho slrtyi'iM IntPitdcd to tirr tho iiromlHoN |M ««vii'ont by tin- f»u*t thul die |oj»» (if two oil larnnx Inid lirpp un> day. ,^rora ur nsttio for RnnVariothVr Chunnukah nnd It now is alm> thp I-'pant of Ushtu. Too Late if You Heed This Warning BWY NOW L. ( - Our stock is too large to enumerate all the beautiful things suitable for Christmas-sifts. The following articles will appeal to either man, woman tUy I'nilpd 'Havana, 111., |)e. i'i>arle». 21, and h(n d'ruther. John ,- -*l'botnu», H, nr«r"ht r l(1 toifiiy" n»r~"TTf vpHtiKntlon In I'onnwUon with tln< fnurtU-r of Mr, nnd Mrs. John Utn-kor, nour Mason City. Hloodhoiind<s fol- !«iwpd a trail to tin- Thom.iH honu- oin tulip from tbi! xi-o.no «>f, tiu> umnit i ^hi'iilT flow miyii th»- HhollM U;H>I| in thi» lmu»f tally with tlitim- in tl»« I". <'iiiibr«« rifle ftnind in tho Thoi'ua; home. ^ - "~~-— • BROTHERa ARRESTED. AIuHun Oily, HI., Doc. 19. ™ fh,uilo> •'•r«>w«-i| and the oil poured the and VlothiiiK »f Mrx. Heckpr. Tin- lurch had liepti applied. Inn the tire, hy ni»m«» utiaHCerialned reanon, stH'ti spont IIH foro« and .wont out. noweyor,_thp clothing on the JOWPC P'irt of the woman'M hody WMB burned the HmhH left in H chnrrtHl con* POLICEMAN WAS KILLED • 'hie-ago. Ill,, .Dec. 19.-"Sovcnteenth tnrtu* yoarN to be.Hlnin on duty, t*u»"| llrpinan lidwnrd J, Mnlvihlll »vaK to death IIIKI night in tho w«y»t Italian i|iiartor in an .illoy u(T Hholt »i.rot«t and''Vernotr J*hrk .iitefo. . ; Tlio Klrfyor i|iiuln a i^irick P»C«{JP, ; thongli d(M«'«"tlvpn from the stropt Minion wero «conrinif thp nclub-' borhood within ton ininutorf, tb0 mur«.5 «|pr n*tintlno«| n myBtery. pMulvlhlll, who HvBtl tit 1341 Houth: liunlliiK avi'inic, Ifivvoa u widow two children, ' or child, . For Men Razors, straight blade or safety, each ............ . .$1.00 to $5.00 Collar Bags ., . ...... $1 ; 50 to $3,50 Shaving Stands and .Mirrors ....*. ........... 92.00 to $4,50 Smoking Sets . , ..... $1.50 ,to $5.00 Genuine Leather Bill Fqlds, . .......... .... ,., .,50cto$3.50 Fountain Peng, the Conklin and Waterman . ...... .$1.00 to $5.00 Cigars by the box ..... 50c to $4,00 For Ladles White Ivory Sets ...... $3,50 to $10 White Ivory Mirrors, ...... . $2 to $5 Separate Manicure Tools . , 25c to $1 Manicure Sets ,..,..., $100 to $10 Manicure Folds, leather ........ ..... ..... $1,50 to $6,50 White Ivory Clocks . , . $2.50 to $4.50 Pullman rubber lined Travelling Folds . ..... . ..... $1.00 and $2.00 Perfumes: All the imported and domestic odors in holiday package at . . .......... ..... 50c to $5,00 TltonuiH 28 yi'nr« old, and hl« b John Thnmuw. 14 years old, ;ui> pr er« In Urn Mumm county Juil at Havn- ini in cuniieciiMii with the nu'*m>rhnu !}mrd<*r.«if Mr. and Mrs, Jolin l\ lieok- ir, ut i\\f\i- home near hc-n> H)Uimlu> fllTi'st follnWetl a Vlwy oi DEDICATE HIGHWAY Dixie Highway In, Vermillion County W»s Dedicated. UJy _t^iilip_(l_ I'rowO •• TJ,III\|||O. III., l>t'o, fu.—That portion •f ih« Dlsio lligbwny In Vrrmllllon •otinly dedicated with un!(|Ut> ct>r ttlltl u U'llil it), Irtl by Tilt* TIUHIUIM hlullUTM, fhlUleH. !' farmer, HIH| hi« brother, u Iml knnwr KM iin iucorrigitihs |>rM«'«t Uhi'i> wjll In- l»»hl (n-mUiif inVMKtlHrutliiii, tuul nmxher ur- In i'X|iPi-tt><l.-l(i fnllow within liven- huur«. Tlu- two awn wort* Kih- liaviuuiA liy Sheriff XV. H, t'lw*;* in<l St«t«»!i* AUurney ~Niwhwilx. ' N«« *fforl -wus tntulu to ubtulti th««ir «»•un lionil. N " Cl«wt Art Numerous. fl«>wn which |t»d to jirifM af tlu monioM today. The- pxorci«eii were an ntpiPhtlni; foa % ttii-tt of thp iinniiiil mo<>t» iig of tlio IHIrii'iU' HfKbway linprove- noni AsHCH'iatipn. '• ^dlowflTK U>e dp<!!- till' llllKilK-JtH 8f'(itfi(lll tliut tho lire- atory *<iok place. It itnlnary «t«-pw will ho tak«n luwurdtt Military Sets $2,00 to $8,00 Initial and Plain Stationery, a box nil : 7- » __L_* I. WJTJA ._ '.".I T»_'^\ll -«J- • i>BT^.'J[~ Q>1 H£\ Thermos Lunch Kits and -Bottles at , .^.... ..... .$1.50 to $4,50 Ansco Cameras for gentlemen or ladies, $2,00 to $55 at .... ..... .... ..... 25cto$1.50 Toilet Waters ...... , . .25c to $2.00 Tinker Toys and Tinker Pins for the children, 306 FIRST ' H>|' ih»< irariij'dy. uiii'i f.ttHtik; t u)|>! -tti intut tin 1 lw.'iu>- I" t-trr t i tliv\i T!><- eij i>lt,u'«-il on lln« iiitil i-iir- "V in tin- morning, w«-m fimy Hi.' went •»f U«« niuuh-r tu Lin 4 bdnio.ut T. It i»na th»'ti to 'ilu-_ i t'MtvU'iu-t' oi Mttncobl. when- John Thonuu evftui tu liwvi' gont-. ti<»KH tht'ti wi'iit to Uu- hnmr <a « TiitmuiM. wlut rt>iiU>(i \m. liu Juml, n uliuri uiHiunof finw tin went 1 . _ pUchuiKvd 0;nUi list's ftiiiiul :-.l"(fe. ISfl'lMT hnllM' tillllinl With hbt'lls liss'ii •in u H-jshul ?2<i-Hilb«>r ilfU- fuuiul In of <*hur|fh TlHiiiitiK s Tally Up Spent Bultoti. . • jit»|lit|st 'iuk«-n frurn tin 1 bmiic.- ut thf vlriliuM ul»« tallii'il -\»'iih HIM-. ifiHcb;imi'il in I hi' ')n|j|y .rariritlKixt wn l fi) fU.«r- UM-I! by .l(.isn advantage of ihe ir>0,Ouu,0<U) edcral aid for good ro«ds. undoi* the onus of congrpKKidiial aciio|i. recent- y tpcordi'd. V«n million coiuily is t>x- tpndiiiK ?2,00<i,0o(i for good roads, a >oijd ihsui- fur tlml.i'tim IH-JHR voted a ,c'«r ago. That iwH-tkin of the* Improve- npnt, completed tills j'pur. was Inupwt' J lodtty, AmoDK the nctahlpst invitet? 'o a i. tend wore Hov, Kdward F. Dniiiw I«H-I Krrfnk. t). Uitvilen and the ttiau* |pt(fr carrierw^fia' *'K'Uuli>n and other otj^nlsstitious. A leleKiiiiu'n "ot' furntprti from the state HHHoi-irttion, is in utt«?iiUttiic^ \t tlu» dedicatory,. pxt<rrly(>M today, tw<- Ittle Kirl" fi'l flu* words "Had }lnadH, T> ','oin a Ntrlp uf inusli.H stiTtcht'd ut-r«i«« IIP hlt'liw.-iy and uhich carripd .th« in- .iljttjoi,; , "imnuiH-Hud •itimdH-Indl- ina." After romarkis by 'tjotahh"» the «»mt'»ny returned to THE JEWISH FESTIVAL (, , . • w j!,-,. f . ? cativ«|. Of RededicaUon Will Last For Eight Days. ( Mv fnitet'l i'reHH | SpriiiMueiti.^tll. DP*-, m. -Ciuumutttth tlu> itMivttl of, i:iMl«-?licution -i« bvinis jljyeiM-i} in Jt'wSwii circlpg. ovjpr tliven- Hie i-,,iuntry tnda\, Tlu« ceK In t IIP .y» ! .ir Hi',' hpfi.tr<> ihi> TbonuiM TltO KUJlJHlMlUull uf il'lltllM I tiio JIITrnt t>( tlii- thp 'I'bom.K LI"iiii'in jf UM.V .MI- ijMii . ty, won~l In llu- lirriu-r huliif ,tn<! Killi-'d ttio tig<-il, foii|i!i*. .liion i,us I'IMIH tin- •i.t a S>min np of n i!u-t> in the Jkwitdi ti'iiifto in -iH ami tried to i'ul}is»'l t|u> J*-W4> in- v\i>i(.hiji is Thp Jk'us revolted HIHJ • !el'»Mtvd the S>n:iu«- TJH'J' !u "k .Iff- il.'-.iti'iu and ictlciiii.tted the Ictupta ti? 'lit* Jiwt.sh UHK.IIHI in .*>iono| of tilts M'i't dii'.itio'ti If',.- h,is( ,i r ! }« 'liaiuutkuh FOR XMAS g , t F N o 1 It i n # vAlKQH ft 'j fluintior iij'Jpenl to J either man or-worn- an. Always-in good tnsitV and -nlways ug^- i'ul—-they continue to giro pleasure long after many ot.h'ox'- ^ gifts are 1 discarded. Hero you may find a comprehensive showing of all thai is hew- cst and bent 'in <|ual- ity toilet outfits. Whether itJ cases or, in separate' pieces, r ; - y(»u «-an easily decide j *\ h<&v upon ^uuiething f''Yliat will give both •pleasure and com- 'f Don't ^ make your se« lections now,. Compwuiy r. in tiip l.itu tit-ial. Tln« t us-| f»rn. i- j,,i I-, (ty Ji/« t<» Hsttt'Vno hgiit i >i . 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