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I TRENTON" EVENING ilMKS, , MAY 5. 1922. HEAD !CAS 1UARTERS HAS : OF SI HERS MISS KNOX GUILTY; 20-YEAR TERM ASKED . Bnckltytn and Pltsttrtrt to Tak« No Further Action Pending Decision Nc h i r j M O N T K O K K . \ a , M s ; f ' 1 1 1 'f Rlllll l of 111 I' I 1 'I I -' Ur C1P' » i" i rl nr m I I N \\ oMmor lund i nni \ i i I n c ' l t HiriinM M ' * M *- , i h I i i m i n i«, i t r ,, , \1 M nt i k run! H MI I ' · M i r \ nt | i i Nh. I i mi v , / ( ' » mj i if MMH i - t I n r \ 'IN V v r n I i MOBILE MEN PLAN CONVENTION i? K i ill I lit I »l , ' I I -I I 1l II II It t ' n i l Elaborate Entertainment to Be Provided for Delegate* to State Session i.i,i i i« t i H I l o r n t on« r r ' rfn f ; t irm! \ , rr§ o' tl c I nn i i - o f i v i ' 1) M * I j n 1 1- ' t t i l 1 t ' in n i f on I 1 4 t ht- I *· n i i i -i \\ I , \ » * f j h i u c M i , rr ( " a^-i [- i - h r r v [ i' 0 h i n t l r 1 « w h i a r b r a t e d i M f ' l I J ' r l l n w h i a r b r a t e d i rl « \frf*mi l n ? t f f l r I h f i r i i M n d f * ~ a r f r t f t f t r in force 'or ai « d \ a i x c f $1 a * REALTORS TO HELP GREET MAC NIDER \ l , I I i r i n \ u ^ it , n i M 11 r i T i ( ii"inr SH i i J i · n ni' m»f i t I ' · 1,., k tl , i 1 ' r t i l tit 1 . i f ,1 1 *· '' " mrrnl , w nf t hr · n i l I i idr V * l r 1 1 i n IH [u f li t 11 o i i ni n ,if tl i t i l · I 1 1 I I t 0 T ' l f U d l l \ i nn ' M I , ' i \ ' \ n u t , f t I i \ x I i n I i on i if 1 r n i I !'· T u d r A K - (-· \ 'I M n t fr v, ,, n , r t h r con- t M i n I t " ^ t n o N - r ^ i r r n * n nnd f t t ! 1, i d f ^ w M I 1 o f n - · l t mi i n i l i r t ' n i i n i to |10 c r ! \ Mir * t IP m ' r*a} A * A u K t h » r o n f p i r t i j \ *· i t r I ' " T : i (t n ' ) of fa s \ fl-, % I TK-L ni 115 o K«( ill [I n r ' w J ' I I P i r d f i *· mrmKV« nf ,1 ' ^ v u, tl «· c n ' i H I M r M i n i I \ , t s n \ i ! u l A I i n i u t w i l l hi g e r \ e d . i t t l i Mil.-. T i n t n t »j M c l o i k w h e n i M ' i ^ K i - ^ w I I I t ] * U % e r e d b y A f l - w n l ' \ t T H - n \ r t h u r .N I ' l r r n o n n n d m i s t e r o f h e Stfltr u i i f \ i i l c e n t e i i i i l n n i e n t I t i l l * » I 1 ! l l l l \ \ i t t h i n r - l t \ pre^l- J n I v I w ( 1 ·· w f r ( 'I ' II K 7 1 u«i"«1 i n r a t f \ . n i n d ^ f If fl t t ^ r i IM ^ ' · I r k ' T p j } ' r d !n * h * \ IP I h f r n o' M i m n n n T ^ p ro c\ of t l i o t i o n a l r o j n c i i h ^ i ^ n « , t '\ t · of f n f o r r m u »n a p T r m T i t ·- J f h a t B T i l 1 1 ) - a \ e l i r n in ^ WOMEN AID STATE IN WELFARE WORK ATLANTIC C I T Y M a v ' Vu I New J?r*f\ } r d e r . i t t o n * \\ ' ni n H I ( l u b s w i l l r n j r itri n . i ] i t ( t r i l | i i irram of co-ujiei i t t o n w i t h i l M ( t r Department o f I n x t u i t u n^ m r l \ g f n ciea The o u t h m ·· rit i i I i n f.ire w o r k u e r p di«rn««Tl t he f e d e r a t i o n c n \ e t n i n 1 Jlr? W a l t e r f ; A i k m n n of ». m / ii i l l I i \ ·- 1 . · i l l - , 1 I I I 1 ' I K I J · I ' . I , n w l ' i i l , ) i " I I 1 I ( r, n t n i - H [ i eh m u M d i i - rn m* t U n i t K i t ' s 1' \ u n \ i t li ' ' ]i M l l r r T 1 u i t \ i n i i l l mm . - '] I r I i i r , 1 i ' *\ in i" * n ' ! ' · · . ' l i l l " i t t , n 1 d m r ] r i /' ^ i t t f in, r, Han I ·· t 1 U A M u m i f ·· li il I rf ·· d« nt J i n k« K I I K B f^\? a n n i i o t i n t n f 1 lip and hanf|UPt of the A t l a n t i c : n l h X a t p Hfi ird la«t S a t u i d a j M i n i 1 i t t 1 i t i n i u ( t w e n -s i f t h i H'i i r d f ( , o \ e r n o r » · N r \ v I r r s e \ I'.eal I chairman of t i n - ( i i e . i t i i z . i t i r n M department of , m t i U i t n ; n u l c n - o j i f i i- tion \mong" f ' p l a n n i i ^ f t ' h l r r ^ f ^ ' ; T ' , l i \ * i l l be one M M l m ^ I a r \ I H M n^- » h ( i n c t h e m e w i l l IIP ' f n t ' r c - t n n Toung- I'enple in M o . l e t n I d e - t r v l a n \ n f t h e , k l ( writes i f h l e i ai \ ^ C l e t i e c w h o a r e a t t h e c , n \ r , n t i o n v\ I CarrA hat k home a w e a l t h ,,f i n , , 111 · gement t o i x r « e \ e r e i n n l n \ i n i , t o C b t a l n a t a s t e for t i e POM m the That there n a l l t e r a r v decadt nre 11 well recognized b\ the*-e *nd they h a \ e obiwned T i l t h p i l n that the axermirc l i t t _ r - d a \ o u n g person has littl« if a n \ poetic iense Amonj pthers nomiruitr-d tola\ for ·fflccs In the f e d e r a t i o n w e r e Mrs Edwin T M u r d o c h of Orang-e, and Mrs J o h n n M i m r r \ i l | r of Rutherford, for r - o o r d i n p vcte tan Mrs Louis J I'eluuhtt, of t^ist Orajlje, and MlH« 1*. M i r i . i \ v « o n "f Aabury Park, for t r e a s u r e , M r s Marrlman N Slmmon«. of H i z . i l » i l for chairman of the d e n a i t m e n t , i Industrial and Boclal condition-! Mr» Le* Davia. of Arling-ton and M i \VMlllam G Hopper, of Trenton, for chairman of the department of l«'Ki - Utlon- Mr*. J A. Holland for i l n i r man of the d e p a r t m r n t of l i t e r a t u r e and llhrarjea, Mrs Oakley \\ Cooke for chalrnuin of the department of music, Dr Lavlnia Btiilo Clement of Haddonfleld. and Mr* Lotable r, Qfmmtl for chajrman of the department of Public Health: Mra. Walter O. TAkmen. Jr., of F«*t Orange, for oh»trm-n of the dapartraent of Jn«tl tatloaal co-operation; Mrs. B. C "Woo t-r for chairman of tfre depart_ "Bt of finance. CONSIDERING CHRhtlAN FOR POST ' WAHMLTfOTON, Mar B -- Xew« di«- patohu from here today stating Pres- Ul«ntH«nJlnr wa»ooa»l5«riDg- the ap- of hli Secretary. Geor»e B Christen to b4Oor«.uor of Porto Rico, to fluccaad E. Mont Relty. ver« dftoled emphatlc-lly at th« White BOUM today. Cbri»«i«n hlmr-'f «aJd be knew of ·o inch pi*» HIKKX Ihe Miracle of Photography makes pictures without negative [REX Photographic RolU will grve you " picture in 10 Try a few oter die tr«ek end. Think of a v . f your S»nday ¥n»p-«hoU. perfect in t«eij da'ril, ready to put in your album on Sunday night Thtnk of getting picture*. finer than you ever had before, much cheap«r and in ' 10 minute* 1 DIREX Home- De re] oping Outfits, $2.50. Fdl Line of Photographic Supplies and Films, Tor · -JtfTy Bor" to what ro FLEXIBLE TARIFF STIRS DEMOCRATS \r · nt\ '·nl \ n it '"fri t r r l n \ ~ M I V , T"X M a ^ " T h e f l r x l 1 'e t t i i f f p r r \ -n 'i« In t h e M n u m - f r V i ' k 1 he I r r « i d e n t to t a i s e i i It v,rr d i t i r i t ' meet c h i n K i p t i t l e i i ' i l I I M w i l l Ix 1 ^ t r t n u r J - h f i l l - o i l ' \ t · I f m o i - I H t l c n u t i i i l \ i n tl -· ' 1 1 i t j.s an- r r i n er* t i d i \ ^ \ ^r t n i ^ i m i i c n * ' , I ' t ni t i i i i f N t ' C i I i i TiTi i n r in n i I t v n ' i _ *_ i ' ' 1 t ^t nat** F i n a l ' * i i n n ' ' i -'nnnion- l i n d ' H o I 1 1 j - a 1 r ' t n i i f \ n i 1 -t-, i n I m n opolleo b i t d e I t ' e l t h r I i e m - t - i t R w r i i l d ,ici.r i ,(-. i t - - p n ^ s a t e j 1 - c ' » n a-* w f ^ M v e f c ' i . w n t h e t it means to ' I I 'I , r I n , 1 ns ff r t) ' i! ( o m i! 1 1 f n n f \ i id i 1 s ns, an 1 I m 1 ' 'n*- 1 f i i \ * \ s I t \ Fl l r"t I I \ , I \\ ,, d w i m l « n n \ % i rnr mber t i i H of the or- m i , i ' i r m r n t of the ' n ' j i r ' i T f t d h\ a i 1 ' 1 t p n t o n A *- ·» nn l i i l i n K I l a s r ' ' M ' · f A r t h u r l i p V. Mi }\fig PROFITEERING LAW :; UNDER FIRST TEST 5 \ i n e r h a n jieoj le U \ . ' - H I \ ' , T ( i N M i \ I' ",, Re [ n v 1- a n^ a n d I eni t ' s , i 11 n u.nl t i e m i ! i % t h e l n i f f l u ' l n ( I n Semte ' , d i \ js a ^ f hi le f o r r 1 e d ^ u^-Mon f the p o h t i L H l Issu, ·- i n i o H e d In t l i i 4 s e n ' s i o'\an 6.finm i' t l r t i n n s Sen i t o r Mrl u m b ' t R r p n b l n i n of N o r t h l U k o t a d m i i i T j i i nf t i n *·( n 111 r-'inaiK e i , in ITU i ' , t pt oi( ^ i r d a p a i n f f t t h e i n j r r t i r n of ex tr i n r us f U l ' J e , t" w h i i he d u l i i e d « a s -.u j r r i o u ' - U d e l i v i n * ; ( n n ^ - i d , i a ' l ' i of (lie b i l l t h a t no one c o u l d p i e d ct w h e n t h e s n n t e w o u l d f l n i « h w i t h It ' WOULD SWP TARIFF POLITICAL TINKERING H nitfrf Pmti * T r , A N T I C CITY. N J. ^f r f \ 5 _ K c d i n n of the New Jpri, \ M a n u f a c - t u r e r s Association, ^atlicred here to- da\ for the eighth a n n u a l c o i m n - tlon, appears to bp all for c a l l i n g up,m Conpre-is to quit political "tariff t i n k e r i n g ' President P h t h p Bird, of the A ^ - ·oclation, declared · If Conftreaa would caw plamgi politico w i t h the tariff bill and enaot a measure that will encourage business, the Indvu- 1 rerlval will »oon be moving In upward Bwtn* that nothing will be able to flup ' PAKfY REALIZES FOR AMBULANCE FUND Announcement that $200 had been re»ll«d from the card party held re- centl nt The Contemporary under h« auspice* of the Hep«volent Com- mlitec of lh« Woman'* AM of Mercer Hospital, WM rnxdc by Mts« Car, ollne Nlxoo. chairman of th« commlt- tee at a meeting? of the aid t h i s moi nmg T r r i n l ^ a n' i t n t ^ ' I n i n r q on Hun mi md \\ « n ' - l i f t " " « n r i i \ t ' i i P , un } « t \ , n p a n N nre t f f « ( ed I \ m H n n i ( n t l \ t a k e n ^ \ P ( \ I i r n ' l I i i ' - ' o n l h P u n h a m M - « t t% 1 i^ i r ' , a \ n r r 7 t o t n k e i r l i i f e iiramst T r e n t I m i r m e u n d e r t i n K i n P n r d a n d t r n a n t w u t n p p r n \ « , 1 M in h 11 ]1V A r t i r i K on t h e M d\ ire of Co in'-r-lr r V i I h n m M l a n n e c r n he h i« r f i sed tr f n \ n n - t , f l if $ ^ i ni' nth nn i 1 om, I r e \ l - r u i ^ h K i l t e d to t im at f 2 3 i \ K , i d i n c I n I riicr, u t ir \ D i \ t o n l M i l I nit i I I P M ! f i r t-t i ( a l h o u n Kr^iilM t o m p a n \ I-X^nson I n* n , » (, i ^ t w i- " i \ ( n , n J i n u a r x 1 _ l r '.J .ind t h e H i s t i i i n n t h i t t h e ne« i i t , r « i , I , n M a l i h ] p r u i to i p p n \ 1 , f t h e K t i i n d i i w 1 K h h, I M rnd.i\ i r m p to u M i i n 11 In l K f t i i M C l i ^ e r r r x p i«t i r » ( t o l w ^ ire un, o n - i t i t u t i ' m l M i ( J l i p 1 int ; i mis o i t T l i - i tu TI ( ( i n s t i t u t e s (t e 1 ( c n n i n ^ ' f | i ( ; h a p i t r h i M ti ··· n H t , f 11 ( l a s t I i q-isl t t n r r , - pi ] t o j i r x t n t p M h t f i r i n i ; I M i M l i N \ r ( o 1 1 1 1 ni; t i M r J i m f«' n t i hi u « ( i v. r r, o r i R i n i l l v b n ' t t ' i i " t i t i l i o u t J J 4 a m o n t h a n d vn t l«-t t( i t 1 at s i i n i f ir a lonj? term r f ^ u ^ I n ) S 1 « i i I ' l l t h e u - n t s K U L d x t d T t J I G a i n r n l h he d c r l t i f s L n d e r tin. r«- ( nt a( t i f tl r Ie(tiH- 1 i t i u r a n i n i u a«e of J" r er « nt in n n l i N \ \ t h n t h i t e \ e a i ^ i i r i ' r t o i i m m f TiceAir nt of the ic I n n h i l l r o n ' - t l t n t e a defense \\ the I r n a n t in i n \ u n i t li r dltpo-^exRmn or t h n f i o m J l f i to $1S, $20 a^d t l m t l \ J-J 01 $-3, m c o i d i r i K to Mr l a m u s o n l l n T a n i i i ' i i: lent-als o f i l l t h e h' I'-ft w t i i h are of In H K ( o n s l r u t u n with six room^ and l i a t h w r n i n*ed to $JS for old t e n i n t ^ and J *0 f r new Recording- to the ag nt ti r t h e c o m p a n v »N f t ices were s r n t r n t t n t h a t date to all t c n a n t s ' t l t a«cnt maintains, t h a t the rrntH, i K K i n n i n p w i t h t h e I-ebniar\ pa\ments. ^ o u l d | le rai»od No protects »ere made at loe t i m e , he sajs and the new i c n t s i « r e paid In 1-tbruary. March and i A p n l ' Mr Ollphant admits that a similar | Increajje fn rentals nince the passage i of the act of lt:2 w o u l d j i r o t d 1\ he ' I I l l e g a l , b u t holds t h a t tin c . n u m - i ( ft d u e s of t h i s case exc! de it 11 om t a n d i n f f In t h e courts M, d . i l i r e t t h a t Denson hai alread\ I ' e n i ^ ' rd to inme w i t h i n t h r ( e in, n" · , n t h proiind tfiat h e ii a ) n Mi m i l t e r among the t e n a n t p n n d tl i t MH t 11! nre to iay rent due on \ l a \ 1 at the Increased, rate w i l l rr-- u ]i j., i m m e d i ate dispo»Be«sion j i r o K i d nps 'LONE WOLF* BURGLAR CAPTURED, POLICE SAY In the First Pre»b\terian C h u r c h The rnnn»y will b* added to t h e amhiil mre f u n d Tlie m o n t h U leportu « e r e rend hjr l i e chairman of the \ a r t o u a dep«rt- menti Mrs U l l l l a m S. Ca»e pre- ·Ided COMMITTEE DELAYS NAMING W A S H I N G T O N . May E--R«puhll can memh*m of th« Sfnate Finance Committee today rescinded action U k r n ipstrrday Whrn t h e \ orJ«re1 a f u \ o r a l i l e rrport to the Seruit* on the nomination of Nat Oyldsteln. fit. Ixiun to b« Internal r«v«nu« coDe«- tor tlj»rf n«can»e of a arowinit p m l f n t **jin»t ( K i l d * t e l n and the threat of a flitlit ,m t h e 5-cnatr floor aralnot M* (.onhrmmtion t i t - rommltte* todk\ d«-t(J«^1 not to r t f x i i t his nomlnatton furrruulr u n t i l l u r t i . e r ln\«alt4«uon h»» b«^n made BOSTON, May 5 - The · Ixine \ \ o l f , " - a burglar who ha« raided a «core of homfg in Ronton, "arabrifl«e and nearby c i t i t s ni t h e pigt month wa» b f l i p \ p d to I r m t h f toll» of t h « police torla% Samuel Ciom«tpjr, :j \ f a r « oM ar- r^iiled after a ( h a r p In the \\«t Fnfl admitted about 4" mhV.crlpR the j o Ht« eftnl T w ^ h f 1 · ' l l i r m ha t l.ron included i n t i e IOMR I K t i t n L u t e d to the "IvTinr \ \ o l f ' T w o r i h i ni«ri were d r t a l n n l on g i p i ^ n n PNEUMONIA FATAL TO HUNGER SlRIKER 7 S N K W A H K . M h v B Ah V o r ^ Chinese w h o wa.1 reld on n rnarire of n v i r d e n n F h l » c r i n ^ i n \ h 1, n nnd days two w e t k - ng,, died t,.d»\ of pneumonia at t i e K^9ex * o u n t \ J a i l Ah hook entered upon t h f h u n g e r ·trlke with the purpr«« rf f n l f l l h n i r BOY KILLED SELF 1'i.Tnnrr, l n \ « a ( l f n t l n n today I n l o th« dr«tri of !· I n r t S»l»m«n 14. whovc tody win f"unl hanging In a fuirn y»»t«rc1i an « n c l r n t onh d f M h can « i l » t e n nn r«l t r l m e M e f j i n t t h t h i . n K p r o t n » - w ' i n hf reallird U^at l e w o u l d not i t ' s n hit · m l i l t l o n t e c m m e t o h»r1 ) r r n fop- c i t i l \ f» d He I *d lief n c f n P n r d At tor l i * \ M o w p i t a l , nnd " - i t u r l a v w «n t r a n « t ' r r » d tn the C . i u n t \ I 'I Mr * n ml l a r t ! n n w hr tl i t r- n -i a L 11 ,,· 1 i I ·* frr^J. t . u t o Pi «1 u r x n t r ng t ^ l d he * a p T^mir * ' i n s t\ i« ar r' ' 1 ,»t Jon , rrrl t ·T»rr. c nf m M r r nt Now in Progress Summer Snle » f iold U t i l i t i e s « i n d Home -Furnish mu. Vv^-ce. Now in Progress Summer Sale of Household Utilities and Home Furnishings. Day Finds Us Accomplishing Greater Things \ * T u ' ' r » A h Piles ht l " - \ K hand* had not hern I d a n d 11 i t 1 f i-oi.l.l h«\f iMird n»*tf rli«r" l i n e t h r murder theor* j « 1 0 H\\ h f 1 0 I COMMUNIST EXECUTED Cur*d trr«tfnrn(» (Kidota curs Nor df r\irgtc«l Tr« t«u»* It m»idc-- 4 tkvn (UM N Th» M » » S -A R » \ i l »mi« il R»«»*«fi »n»t»t location «h*r*, H»lf-m«i»«4 lie ftac *« a in ark of i SCRAP OLD FIGHTER tti'.n w^n-l i i ' . . o rr»nt t) rou^fti th» ctajrn^at IMXHK lrit«m*| trr«t- I, th* ..7 .xfj- m'ThoJ. Olnt- anJ r u i t m f won \ do It t »t »rr* t.m» r o m aj for n«mr«1 hU H K M - B O l D » , ! tr)fr1 ·· t n JHCM-ROID In trld by M'IVr'1 «rt««1Ijr '- fa tlssllSfl«SJ season's greatest merchandising event The Suinmer Sale of Ho"ishold Utilities and Home Furnishings has proven ittalf very popul r with the houtewivef of T.enton and vicinity. They came to, our store in c.owdt, and saved considerably. I hi* is another stroke of merchandising which has proven successful. Tomoiruw is another day of surer- values in all departments, throughout the store pertaining to Horn; hold Utilities and Home Furnishings. Come tomorrow, ex p ;ct»nt to Cu*d exLACHdm^ry valuei, and be iiured that all items »nd price* will agreeably surprise you. A Sale of Millinery That Caps the Climax of Value Giving Trimmed and Sport Hats Taken From Our Eegular Stock and Radically Eeduced. Hats of all style-, all shapos and all col»ix are inHul,(fl in this offering. Tho season's most np- to-date models, f e a t u r i n g straws, felt and straw combinations, leghorns, etc., in .sport hats, showing a wide variety of plain colors and combination colors as well as a large variety of trimmed modeh of every description, for immediate and Summer wear. Divided for Convenience Into Three Lots. $1.79 $2.79 $4.79 Second Floor. EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTIONS on WOMEN'S and MISSES' SUFI'S A large selection of the season's smartest styles, including Tweeds, Tricotines, Jerseys, etc. All silk-lined 'models, well tailored, and priced so low that you'll hardly think it possible. Come and get one now, while the e*»le is on and while sizes and styles are still here in complete assortments. Buying is Brisk in Thi? Section Come Early for Eiit Selections. Equally as Important Are These Reductions on C O A T S a n d W R A P S The garment you've seen and probably admired and "wished you had," is priced much more reasonably now. Half-lined, as well as fully lined models are included in the assortments. Polo Cloths, Hen ing- bones, Velours, Tweeds, etc., in the colors that are most popular. Sizes are here for everybody. $1^.75 $1 y.75 Early Selection is Advisable, As S"ch -- Vahuj Cannot L^tt long. Second Floor. $2^.75 Mothers from this Entire Section are Flocking for These Bargains in CHILDREN'S DRESSES This most extraordinary sale has proven to us that REAL values arc always appreciated and sought for, , There are still hundreds of dresses here for your choosing. k'ome tomorrow, bring the kiddies, and choose a supply for the entire season. 2 to 6, Valuea Up to $2.00 Sale, 59c M»in Floor. 8 to 14, Valuea Up to $3.50 99c Second Floor. Remarkable Waist Values for Saturday In keeping with the extraordinary offerings for tomorrow throughout th,e store are these beautiful Georgette and Crepe de X'hine Blouses. A varied assortment of styles, including novelty wai«ts, sport blouses, as well as tailored models. Colors are herje to suit any one's taste. Sizes from 36 to 46. (PC AA Very Speciftlly Priced, «PO.VU Second Floor. Special, at Lb. . 39c Week-End CANDY SFEGMLS G--n Drops, assorted flavors, special, Lb. AIf " oadi ' 29c Lb.. . 35c Fniit Candle*, m jars. sorted flavors. J« Main Floor.- Special Offerings in the FURNITURE DEPT. for Tomorrow 1*1*'tf* 1 * ~k . Genuine burlap back; shown in a good · nortment of patterns. 7C -Sq Yd ( O C AJ-. O*irs sr«H Rocker; A l l over uhltation leather covered Very specially priced for one day only T«blcs \rVhite laun top. made with drawer Special . p.,0,. in as quantities as Vs-Ox. for 32c. Bargains Jjke Iliwe Arc Woith-while Looking Into f'ei fuuoes Imported from France. Lilac, Rose, Vivette, and other charming odors, which aVe doubly Special-$2.50 Also aold in ai amall 39c Nec'-wear Latest effects in fancy neAwear. Vestees and Cihtrapes of the daintiest late*. Some of their, are prettily trimmed with gingham. Specially priced at $1.00 Main Floor. Another, but more remarkable group of hair' bow and sash ribbon*. Beautiful Moires, Taffetas and Satins, in pretty plaids, ftnpes and plain colors. Formerly 59c. to 79c. Sale Yard. Hand Bags Twenty new styles of genuine leather hand bags, in all the leading shades, including blacks. Such excellent qualities as Pin Seal. Tooled Leather. Spider Grain, Calf Grain. Patent Leather, etc. $1.00 10 fillets in h j - d and foot, with sprint, complete Third Floor. THE CREATEST HOSIERY SALE YXHJ'VE EVER WlTNRflSEO Most Unuanjl BecaMne the Qn^^ty is K»c«ll«nt, -"rf the Piioe if Ve*/ f-o... Tlireie rases full of fine, high-giade Hosiery for women. Full-fa*hionod hose, of pure thread silk, made \ \ i t l i double heels, double toes, aud liale garter tops. These stwkinps are Mib-Mandarjls, but they are unusually Rood--a flaw can h.-mlly bp drtectetl on any of them. A full ashortmen of size?. Th« R^fU^r Piiw of Thtit StocHngi U f 10, ·pec*-! for ionvtiow, 99c l f air Main Floor. Continuing Tomorrow--The Unusual Sale of Children's and Girls' COATS There are till «rore« of roats left, offering good selection, in polo,. T\\rccK Ilerriiif?b»nes, Velouw, ete.. in ?innrt tyli-h in«lpl« and colors that are ffiost wanted thi.s teawn. Values Up to $16.00, SpxUl At S8.95 Second n«n. Mothers · Brinj Sonny to Gold- IIT t berg's Toaorrow for a new W38n iM Wot Is H:-«^-bly Modcr-tr A sporial feature is a lot of pretty models in the Middy, Oliver Twist and Balkan styles, developed of Kiddie Cloth, Pegg Cloth, Colonial Suitings «nd Ualateas, in a variety of eojor» and comb«'*^tio" eolors. Very special at' ' $1.49 Ah* It* fuiihr Mir Pn Wok Mt, «t tlJS.

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