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Tin K l r i i f , ' i l H i o n H I ti EVWLVO DOUGHBOYS MAKE SALVATION DRUMS American Soldier* Show Appre- ciation for Army's Work on Rhm« , MAT 11. ilrl r p f u a r I n a n e v e n t t \ ID e x e c u t i o n o f th« i W *"* A m ^ ' l f u n s r r n \ »f 1 1 u i P o t i o n , B t a t U j n e r t at ( o h l p n r . r m a n \ ar* m a k i n g I I I I X N d r i m n f o r t P QUEEN'S WISH · SAVEJHUJiUN SPY Alleged Betrayer of Edith Cavell Confident Sentence Will Be Commuted f f t h 1 1 I f \\ i 1 ' « r I ' t i t l o n n W P I P l a i d Ix-fore " i l l i n i r for t I H ( XIM lit I n I I xn u l r m u t u n i n i t i K J U x l ) 1 11 ' Do i h j i t l v. tl h id ' 'I " " « of p e r f l o n n l o t h e k Hi d M i » i i f I i M i r d r hriol to i u i | r - i m n n \ · \ Hi n i t i r l t h e K l n i f t r i \P i t ) n f I » I I M ]. , 1 I ) f l i l i i i n l m;n u r n - ' I h n f i r * ' u i i [ r i s r i r me nf ^ " " '« I ' i u l n rtprmjirl ' ^ 1 r i l ^ \ l t h t h n t l rpRarrl - ' I 1 ! 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I i H C m e a t I t s ( I m t m . t i m I K i , | i t I , H ( U r HI i V 1 i n 1 \\ o ,, on noiithem Indi P| I r i i n n o PI 1 i p ( \ r i r I ni i M U n ( T f« » i t M i n \ p r n * ( · u fciti i « t H, Queen * l a c t » ^ earn apo a' f1 " h»d In !*·«"· Tr · p e r t r d t n »i p 1 J e a n n p « r n \ t b e t ^ a ^ e ^ of N r« 1 in M P R spap^r, an,! « i 1r r j U i f f r ( · . 1 I \ i IT -.(IP p i n ' . i t K t L. t h i t In M I M r I t j T A C T I C S N « m m \ r t t n P« i a n o t h e r n tl i t \ o m in t n d \ | c K sbo i t f r K « S U i 1 1 1 \ 1 n i r l n n ' a u k n M I rt t * n ! I o w i r i ' I r n f i r m i i I i \ en- · \ « t i * f l n i m w a a pre*ontert t n t i p n t \ H i n d u comtrfjrotlon n t T H U in i of i l w l mas» m e p t l n « ? a r r i r m f d f i r 1 p n r p o n e and « t t r n d i ( i l r \ ) n i n l r « 1 s n n t l \ P B T h p d r u m h n r c a p i h i I i l n t p on w h i c h IF I n n c n l i ] 1 rotn ' N ) l « l i e r s o f t h e ^ m ^ M ( a n \ r r r n r f O i n p a t l o n o n t h p H h l n e t o t h r '-ah i t i o n A r m y s o l d l f r s o r I n d i i It Is understood t h a t o t l i r r n Id i '· r n a d p d n i m s are now «-r n I I P t C h i n a , Kenya ( C e n t r a l A f r u a ) ·-( \ f r U i ·and t h o l i n t i h H i ^ t l i I * r n r h n f t h e m l i e r i n i , n « m i l a r i s c r l p t i o n V, \i t // !, \ Hours of Business 3:30 to 6. ^-^iens Srti-'-iB f if, |£3J.J ^iK4ij= ft-iJJK M / ^ to Double Panel Petticoats in Dozens of Styles, Specially Priced at $1.00 $1.50, $2.00 and Upward One double panel petticoat is cooler than tv^o skirts It is a nuisance to w e a r two petticoats under tub frocks and not ne- rssary if you h a \ e a doub^ panel e k i r t Two petticoats are not desirable cither--your frocks never hang so softly over them A double panel petticoat w i l l p i o \ e one of the most u s e f u l i t e m s in v o u r e n t i r e Sgm mer wardrobe and mav be purchase?}.to e x c e l l e n t advantage this m o n t h They arc made of fin* sa- teeni cambrics cotton taffetas, imported Lnglish satmettes, repe de hines, tub silks, etc. Some finished with plain hemstitched hems, others scalloped, some double to the hips AH lengths from 28 to 36 inches. Si i uiil t ltxr- Ontrr Spec/a/ Demonstration of U nil urn Hair \cts Are you interested in knowing how hair nets are made? If so. call at our Notion Department this week and see a native Bohemian girl making Unicum Hair Nets from real human hair. Made m tangle or double strand hair nets. Shown in all colors fc^g Mrft ^ I -it i: ar i^ 1 HAJRNtIS Arch Preserver Shoes BUll n|NG SHOES LIKE Most shoes .are just made -- all that they are intended for are to be mere foot coverings " The preitrvation of the foot M not taken into consideration That ,s where the ARC H PRESERVER SHOL and ordinary shoe* differ They are built on a basic principle they have a wide bridge reaching from the ball of the foot to the L isl, anchored securely in place It is tr' brtdfe that supports the arch gently yet ftrhily -k keeps it m its normal position and preserves the foot Mother's Day Cards Street Floor Anchor Brand Middy /Houses From $1.00 to $2.75 AIK hoi B i a n d Middies are jn^t the l l i i n g . fiV s( |] ( («.il or vacation \vear. TlK \ are ^n s t u r d i l y made of sjlendid q i i . i l i t s 1 \ \ i i l ( d |oan, that no m a t t e r ho\\ rou^h t l i \ a i e ii^ed, they \ \ i l l al\ \ t \ ^ e n x i ^ c i i o r n t h e t u b ci'isji and. l i i - h . There a i e many attract i \ e ·-ule^. - h o ^ n in \ \ l n t e or Copen ,iean a-« \%ell a^ k h a k i color. Kpcond Klo ^r F r o n t Rare Bargains in Domestics Specially Priced for May White Sales Fruit of the Loom Pillow Cases, 45x36-inch size, special at 30c. each. Gringhamette Pillow^ Cases, with pink or blue gingham borders. 49c. each. Embroidered Pillow Cases, made of good quality muslin, nicely hemstitched 79c. each. Linen Finished Pillow Cases, handsomely embroidered. special at $2.95 pef pair. WamButtn Percale Sheets and P^low Cases, nicely boxed, containing one sheet 81x90 inches, and two pillow cases 45x38!/2 inches, special at $6.95 per box. A splendid gift item Continental Pillow Tubing, splendid quality -- 40 inches wide, at 39c. ; 42 inches wide, at 45c. ; 4 5 inches wide, at 49c. Capitol Sheets nicely hemmed, made of good, fair quality muslin, 81x90 inches, at $1.15 each. Pequot Sheeting Muslm. full bleached 45-inch, at 4Sc.; 54-inch, at 59c.; 63 inch, at 65c.; 72-inch, at 75c.; 8 I -inch, at 85c.; 90-inch, at »5c. Fruit of the Loom Muslm. 36 inches wide, at 18c. pef yd. Boott Absorbent Toweling. 18 inches wide, 2 5 -yard pieces, «pecial at 18c. per yard, or $4.*5 ptr piece. tUwment Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks and General Purpose Trunks in New Spring Models ' There is l i t t l e d i f f e r e n c e in the appearance ot Wardrobe Trunks, but the difference in construction counts. The Hart mann U a r d r o b e T r u n k s are thoroughly guaranteed in every way There are dozens of stle§ f r o m which to chooss Hartmann General U t i l i t y «nd Steamer Trunk*, in various stylet and sizes, $25.00 and $32.50. H n r t m a n n Berth htgh Steamer Si/e Wardrobe Trunks, with cushioned top, $39.00 and $49.00. H i r t m a n n Rile Hue Wardrobe Trunks. Gibr«lt«nzcd construction, thoroughly reinforced in every way, various styles handsomely lined and completely equipped Regular size from $31.00 to $65.00; extra deep sue. frow. $48.00 to $69.00. Hartmann Castle Grande Uirdrobe Trunks, for men or women, steel frame, handsomely lined. *7$.00." Hartmann Castle Grande Wardrobe Trunks, full size, handsomely equipped, one of the fin : trunk* made, $112. Hartmann Hat Trunks. 24 inch size, fitted with tray, at $1850. Hartmann Hat and Shoe Trunks. 26-inch size, removable French style hat corupa,U,.ent. $35.00. Hartmacifl Hat, SKoe and WMI T.n. 33-md. sut, fitted with t..o trays for shcx dstp divided tray for wants. Fretvh slylc coi,,pa,U**at for hats, $11.00. 131-133-135 £«st State St. H. M. Voof Leco Trenton, N. J. J/()()I'J.R'$ latnt lta\e bnghntted TrtnttiM tttif 1854 Specially for PAINTING BOATS K1RBY makes a paint for just one special use, and t h a t ' s on boat bottoms. This comes in green and red composite Also, t h e r e is K I R B Y ' S YACHT WHITE. Crocket's Spar Varnish n a famous piece tf paint goods popular with boat owner* and boat owners are not to be deceived It is well to f o l l o w a f a i t h f u l leader in - p a i n t matters, as in a n y t h i n g else. "6 1 " FLOOR VARNISH STANDS PUNISHMENT Vlovmg furniture, spilling of iquids dropping of tools all have he right to mar floors, but the least ^mas;e will come to those floors finished w i t h 61 It s time your floors were "done" for Summer. Vour ' PORCH FLOORS' will be the better for a "oat F.K HOOPERS CO ·"7k* Jk/nfiJ\*»k? · ^ P ^ r 5 -10. South Tin: SUIATH tc \u.\ BULT WATCH altham Crescent Si.,, t R I x) » r $75 oo .1 r J S n l^he Name' Crescent Street W l IY cln \ \ t name t i is n o t t J \ \ d l t h d m Railroad \ \ a t c h C r^siLnt b^icct 0 \\ hen t h i s v.uteri \\ jb lt r t created it vvds instantly r.i.o^ntri.d th it l u r e u is j l mc-piCLC that any \ dtt,hmdkcr mi ,ht u dl 'x proud to sponsor I he j^rcat ^ alth.ri \\ atch indusm «trctchcs for blocks on ( resccrt D i r e c t \ \ d h h a m \ \ h d t m o r c n a t u r d l than to .1 'd t ne of t h e finest w a t c h mo\ cmcnts c\ cr hi It t n n imc of the street that is the boundars ot u hi t c 1 1 \- i 'i » j n j ^icd Octent ·· h r i l 1.1 Jv r f t h e u r r t d * i i i I t cnthuMd UL So thi-. f imc.d R i Ir Slue I I t ha^- n nt ixi idJc t h i ^ «t r e t ' I \ i al ham r c ^ t n t ^ t h i the · A d t t h f r ar i in u t n l i r i ianJ ^ccura(.\ and » t u r d \ ckpcrxiat-'lc ! Innp; nnd 1 nTjtr ttwn l i t e i ·\ K i ur ic*rlcr t sh-* r r iliccnt u j t c h it i \\ r d ' r a ia/taW /· i k ·(.c "f 4 a T; n j.c thai U'-t as \ u t Ic u s vhdt a mag- an i I hrr^l U a', i cdu'alic / / U ./ n \\ tid/i Company / \\ uji/iuTi \ / a u WAmiAM THE WORLH'S WATCH OVER. Tl/AB *e r*iti nfn rAr tttl A GIFTS "If Wishes Were Autos " YBE wishes aren't horses and everybody dcein't ride, at the old adage tttys. But wit he* come pretty near to being auto* when you t«ke them to the Automobile a^t in the to be f~titned. r e t " - ItHls) ads v« p « c « y a//^n v « ac- g to t*-« - fc w of 1\t ti'* - i ~* · fol dc t 1 -; it 3O» y for 7 4 _ to ! fl «t a * osTrWrp« 1 «tx\l ly '\tiruii r i through CU fkation I I today! Yoa'D find the kind of car yoa want at a price /CM c*- -'fixd to pay so.iK,.A«r« M 'S« list ol ads i«f "A^tA ±iilis For Salt n -»« iuto »J'. H-V Jpr' g! cor Ai»r. O. 1. "Fsjr Otist\ ! · usin*«s Hsurs O»«n *t 1-30. Clow it ·, Ivsry D«v ·aturdiy *nd L9f»yct te Stres fa, "fronton N.J. ^^ SUCCfSSO/fS TO S.C.KAUFMAH CO, Really Clever Suits of Trirotino at 5 J T h e w e l l - g o w n e d woman knows t h a t «he simply cannot go thfough any season without st smart tailored Suit She chooses a Suit of Trico- tme, knowing the longwearing and always m- style qualities This selling presents the favored straight, slim hnc models, silk lined, and representing prices up to $27 50, if you select from this selling Very extraordinary values, you may take our word for it Tricotme S u i t s Second Floor Onton Crepe At $12.75 Full lined Canton Crepe Cape finished at bottom w i t h fringe Wraps, - At $29.75 Martp of h i n d ^ o m p Ro- I M l a C l o t h h t u t i f u l l i n e d f l o n m i T sir \ r , f l n l F h o d w I t h x i l k t a - j x p l Extremely T.ow Prices Pi vail Expressly at This Time in These Beautiful SIT.KS There is no more fascinating spot in the entire Store at present than the Silk Section, with its alluring fabrics and wonderful values. Besides the heavier grades of silks, the collection features numberless exquisite weaves suited for entire Summer uses All-Silk Crepe de Chins Beautifully finished; excellent assortment of colors; suitable for Dresses, Separate Blouses, Underwear, etc , 36 inches Wide. Special, per Yard, $1.35. Sport Silk Suitable for Sport Skirts, 36 inches wide, colors are blue, white and rose; very high lustre; excellent quality. Special, per Yard, $1.50. Shantung Pong re; Directly imported from Japan i suitable for Women's Shirtwaists, Children's Coats and Dresses, Men's Shirts, and hundreds of other purposes. Spec ; «J, pe* Yard, 95c. Silks--Main Floor. Children's White D R K S S K S $ It would be hard to say just what is responsible for the sprightly air of these lovely White Dresses. Anyway, they are exclusively and distinctively young, and with sashes that swing with a carefree roguish air. The fabrics used in their making are Voiles, Georgettes and Or- gand.es Infants' and Children's Caps and Little Organdie Hatt, trimmed with ribbons and laces, $1.00 to $4.95. Children's Princess Slips «~« Combination S«Hs, flesh and white; all late trimmed. $1.00 to $3.50. C h l l l i - p n n \ \ r a r - M i l n Kl- o r POLISH YOUR S I L V E R LIKE A MIRROR, I T S EASY. Shino Polishing Cloths 39c Ussu o a c ly f l i - r f n c n l i ,, u m o th ||,Ht p r r - iind l««t »t»l \,' ^,,.1 It i ,, u m o,, , |, , h l u - l r . |M fvlu ,,,,!,!, k i i i . l o f T . r l U P rr«ulU ..^( i m i t , r m l w i l l n l « . . i n c h «r m a r K i h ' r t k i t h - Mam ^ lm ) r A i RIO OF EXlKA VALUES IN BATISTE UNDERWEAR Whit, and P- S T.V fp O f Batiste embroidety or lace trimmed. 65c. Pa . · SiU, m orchid and blue. $1.60. Pniy»./t« Go^,-t, either plain or embroidered. $1.95. I rt«1rrw«j,r M^in Y I x r SU. Covin, A^.-ngi, and Wiixkm ll-adu NUd« to CKdir. - Ct.Sfi. 1**6r of hw quality Mftfn Crrtonn* «r lmiit»« ch^trfull) i \ ^ » \\h wiu« »r,»H lh ». hot iiom «M S.TC44 walUna- B"\ w * A w fubrtr to lh» r^.i r» w»JI will mil AMd flvr Our *s*tTSifc3Lt. * 4iTitHf^.» r A ^s-«LU» V - i ,pi '^i^^Bkiil*-*- 1 -

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