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1 I J i I^<>king. To Uea<liers ofi Uallv Uegisift Th.' local tllletl with ini * -. *! • .1 * lorrespobdent KJeTlews Recent KfentH and Draw* Inler^jstimr (>nrl«Kion«. portaht C lilna's relati^ms Willi Uio foreigri II wa Chin; tin{ Inewsikapers Jan. 11. 1927 are s( ifein.s uixtai It to put dowrj parqeraphH on h<J»j ti) iv.sidfuts o liglii ill lias happeriecl. powers, jthat for you 'a feW tile sitii'ution China. Xothliig which , since I came io'pel ing in Vaiji tquai in iinpprtan< t the sUuation| now existing in China. .Ml petty] ipilitarj-. .strif<r ip t i<; north ilurini the pasr foui^ yeafsi—the lighting of C'liang Tso-I.iii. \Vu IVi-l-ni an Feng Vjii-Hsiing like on a palli^i j tlie \jiew < The sieg^ i'ekii ^. tlie .slorinin of tlie .VankoVi past.fthe daily roair oi gunsi aiid ithe <1 jiooio. of ex plodingi airplihe b fdiKOtttjn. til'' -'""^ events was 1 indication th were person lliarouglily ii; )inhs are, alinCKJt (; i^igr ilicaiice of tho^e tlie t eyond a furth«ir inese - war lortjs ambitious anil ill C'l: ally Toda a' new II die. Bouthi I 'aiitonf-se lu s 'riii •jgn . I" wers reali lacing ii m.'» fprc been f ijideni. or al bt-tol*' ; Tlie eyes huniahi. tiie t|ountr|y is ringing with I'ljina under the III.' and tli'fc ioi e tliai Ihj^: ai e jwliich has ni I J<fasr. e .\j>|re.>si\e jfl I he worlil aie no l<t"K^r tiijnei'l iJii 'the iiiaiieuvei of llie 4'ortiiilTn w^r-lords. IN^kin? Hankow? an I hese twin I- ill' l( iiiijSfenfd. \Vi i o^ alleiitioil. from rhHiikint;. with inteii!<e is a K»rK<>it< » <•" Wu filing, or as have bfen iliewly liau. arie thej c».-ntejr the Y;uiKi.>j« to; Hhanghaj rlT. is' a I, k ipresent t/hind leeiingii, i^f iJation :i bv tlae ;fi >lldwers i eial- Chiang As i: writ; this i .s intently Matj-hi Cantonese spark tioii • crisis. Tliisl (>1 us nay io!i<-y W'ise preci linmi spurred «jn If till lyxiuig g«- l4tteJ-. (.Hie wor, tliV ategiessi fearing thai Ifdreign Lnifivej itatei a migUt aggr^-ssivrt povyerj antli fosie nati.onalisni whic day. \-this i spiri may "be defined a.- iu thti niinils o itiat (Ihinaj'shdul nese: jtlrat for^ig iltiMidei of I (iw thing. Inni Cantoiie.se li no »-.~ted Obseijjers il iie ^f-en the rjse of Cantonesl- supr :-iiiacy for several yvars. ' Tliere'- h; :j long lieen lireech between «i Uiton and t'eki which the I'ekiii^ jgoverninent w too weak tri close iip. In tliis'pe|r- iod of. indtyieiidenpe from the I'e tral goveVmlient a Peking. Ihe Ca ione .>iei wer»i builcting lip liieir own go; abtl tliat China ii* capable liaiidlini; her owif I>iiwng tliiT pai^i roiighiiy bej^innin hai inci<Ien|t ot \ siudeiit woilil «>f clanwring ijig tlie spirit is So active of i nationali tlieiapprecial • Voting Chiija Ij he ,for the t 1 laggression niiist affltirs. year and a hJlf with tiie Slia ig- ay -'.-tl. 192.".. he Chiiiir has bfen US lii- of _ for, rJ^vjisiui) of treatjies with foreigin powrrs. Ktndent d4in- oiintrtitioiui^iiaW! been conMnoiil in all c«lnters froinjMnkdPn to Can on For a tini^. autliol-ities suppre»sed 'iie.se srutlent acnviiiei; as inucl as ; hey da reel in < nier iiot to st ain Willi t|li« foreign powers, ijilly ] did tliis. heed foreign• sup )ort .wjith tiouth Chi la. >• J he Customs ( cm^ wliich Jtntie^ in fort have we seen thltf attitude of opposition to foreign influence in Cnina? It is a new note. There have been threats a plenty, ibuf never the couragei to {'arry ioui th.ese threats, <Jie|it llrftain is being slapped intheilacii by-the unafraid Cantonefiel iiid ihe west realizes that the Sofitherners are the' forces to be dealt with in China, j Out of these tiirliulent currents ha.s come during'the la.-;t month, the British note ccinceming the attitude which Kngland wi.shes to maintain toward China. The note cime as a shock to ithe worlds Kngland. who ti^s always maintain-' ed a conservatji-p attitude in the discus.sions of treaty revision. JiaiJ rom^ suddenly forwiardwith a note wiiich iiimosi eulogtzo's jhe nut'cu- al movement in China, anil wni-.Ji asks for tbi« T immediate turning oyer to China-of the-control and collection of tile Wa.sliidgton .•^u^- taxes provided for iii' tlie nine power l.reaty 'of Washington' in li)22. i : ' M ' j For a moment the world wa.s stunned, anditlieh various countries began to! exjiress opinions on this note. Ilelgiiim ^ppr.oved ot] Kiigialid's finf spirit: Krame opposed lilie nork'. calling; ii a .•"Kes-' lurt-''in time! of need." ..^nierfca been iionbommiltal. ofiiirially. (lui-'h the American, prrss is iiij prilliy witlj the British propos-] When a iUs Cross Snouts in Mortal Cotmat THE! TOLA tiATLY TtEGTSTER. TKJRSDAY EVECTG ; FEBRUARY f 1927. H. Fpni) ^fOri.A|.V. Fed. .7.—The changj over £ unclay was niost ally enjoyed it ami especially ^ mint and! fog. Stron.g of lolii is i i^ijlting i|elativ*s and frifnds ifijw (lay a \Veast; rec<jived ys ago of ithe liieath | Irs. .Marian Le4, One of the rarest ever ntade by a naturalist Is thi.s photo of twj> rroJoUtles lighting to the obtained in iiunhern .Xusira^ia by Frances Britlet and'shows one sauria , the otiier who is ,.nde ,;H<irii K IO dhjwn his antilgonist by holding him liniier water IJinles >:iWj ii;e loni .er giai !i;illy cease li'is strujggles and Hnaliy fir.at - • heavy Kill aii<l lilsapiiear. j has alti syji: alJ .\ ini i'e-are notj s<; miicii interestei he rece)ii;i)H of tlie noie by wesiern po,we^s as in its receptioq hy lite C.?iiiesf theju.^elves. , If; Kngland; intended' thf noi<i Jis a lii'-aiis ol! .-mouthing over con 'djlions in the South, and mollifyinf^ I he Cantonese, she has been sadlj ilisap(>oihtv'!._, 'I'he Canu>ne.<e haV4 prole.sied IDIKIIV .igailisl llle -sug •gestioii that treaty ports he allow <<il!ect I tile Washington sui}-. Tlierei is logic in their •^)rop Two iliirds of the Washiiigr ••d Io ta.xes. t'est. I dmt. and mils; "e\ciit .u.i!!y p-ri.-^li. ! It ' is ill!. r.'<!ilr-' lo ii -il' that, prompted by Caiiicn 's SIR !-S;UI resistance to tile W >-t. the 'fkillg government is adcpiing a poluy of imilaiiiin. They aiiiioiiin i- that with the dale l-Vhiuiiry firs . i!ify will begin 1.1 collect tiie wi.sliing- .ton surtu.\. and apiily tin itiiids thus receive,i.!o..!!i<- «onm idatiitn 6f fiireign loan? arid to "alni^nls- iraiive (•.xpi-nse>-." From w lat h ;is l>"en idis»-r\ed of (he PekiifK gm- erniiienl's ability toi liandl • fiiluls ill Ifie lias", one is a.'m .i.-: fo.*-! i -d to conduile Jlial nwi.-j'of ill.i- r -Vi- Ilile will go tl) th;it iiidefHiii'- 'iid- niinistrative jdeath. It wa.s: II (left 1 . with his snoiit held fa.st by ' .\fter taking this phplpt way (lead !ind the viJ NEWS EVENTS OF HUMBOLDT !|.d<-r;ri>' treaimenis Miiry r. Sllilii -Uis I'roniinenI W. C, ir; W<iikeP. .Make* .A«Idre«.«. llollls Flint o|- Kii^kcl. ha I'Teaiii l> Hi. lie:';' Association The high school iHisketball .teami preiiariiiK for th Ida II.night. The team seems to h( ill exi client CGI diliou. llow- ev'-r it will he ]iuu:l capped by the illness of one of th| best plfiy'ers. lioUi.- Flint. A gai) between the sfcond teams of b(w h schoids wtll be plaved as-a preliminary game. the Security r bio.^liital there. >! game China ilpon Ulity :on siirta.x territory'lies under nor ;hern!coiiiroli including the all im- portalit city ktf rfhaiishai. To allow the northerners t<i collect surtaxes jmean.s providing the militar<- ists \jk'ith ini'a-ns of prolongin|; s terrible plight, ami placei< file Cantonese (he respons^- of wre'.^tiiig from norther (.ioiitrol the great ixirl of Phangha l<uch a striiggiV w-miM he unfoi tiindty. b-'cause of int-rnatioiw I comr'3icarioii+ that would <'onie a -a result, of tlie w-estern interests \\\ that jity. Kngland's note then ha.'! furthi "antagbnized ' the Cantonese. Ai [jire.-ieni the iCan('ine..';p are carry iiig ojut a ptdiiy of dir»?ct oppo.s lion of th e.\ pell Kveiil.s ar" :i .Tpp "iii'i:g f<i^ ly in China, iiowcv.-r, tn ju ivriiingof a ."iiews I.c .-r." time thjs reaches .\tiieric.a. ew. situatidii will Cirely I probability hav" evolv. d. genera I asi eiiii: to keel out iif before j of hop relaiion> Tlie north espel cause theyj'wan m their <-i ntest Last yeiiir jcanij fereiice inj'IVki more or l4ss of inability (jf Pek diice' eviilt^n.ce i liaiidle li <-r owr( re] i-.-port. ihtit Hied'. I Whil.' i|li<- C< al fiasjco diie to iijg oHicial.^ to |f fChil a's abillt liiTaiis. Mr. • Strawii. .Muerli a s cli,icf ll>de^ retiirne.l ,, .\ii . ricu. with, an liappy pic lire .oi'.ih as the bi-<iad nii..^ . iii:iv: say \f> inJi iiiiize; .Mr. ."^trajvu. s HI is: not exaHgiM- vetiiiig inf.-('ekii;g. -C-i nfi'rence was the iro.- .• to ilas a<e. un,-•-1 de:. li>-;lilig all llie weak anil cnrr iiieiii til li-al . ovt 't- I hi- treat had; li' I own i imi:]!' fit til he 1 ciisKing tfltli.'ia' y 1 arjwliile i China ill I gi-iie .1 ciai'iniei|e.>.i.s \ere hi This boyjcottinp ilias ni'ili w;! ^lic.vini UK JVkiiig g", lv,i;ih filireipn pi' relatjions ( as • kon iriib (lireited 'chieflk- iagatiist Kndiand: An su)| I hi. Ki;uVg^ •Sell opp A'aiigtse lOljllI mil be wal! driyeii .n< occupied iaiit ailja^' In is Isiiiiw III i -se( ley foil l.jas -pf wlio •i! w iii) it) ems. I ^ "an I on and foHeigii con; ing boyc always •oii- r> elll- W e|-.~ iiton war- dis- J^ouih niers itted been o Britain. British residents > •J"angJSC'Valley are fleeing to Sljianghai: on gun hoat.s. Tl e foreign conct-ssion in Jhiiikow his been taken dver by the Cantonese, and where wTJslern flags haJe nowii for:years, tile blue and white Aibl|m of the south ^ is whviiife. Treaty teri|ns ai» obsolete, ai^d Cantifin i.* defiant. '' Canton is a tferapting to: manage her own go' eminent without foreign assi.sj ancej The tiling for which the wesiei n power.s. and England in partictilar, -deserve credit |is Ihe • refu.^al oppofie the •Cantone?" it* a military way.i Taunted.' reviled, arid evi n stoiiiid by jingry mobs, these foreign! armed forces have refused give The •floW oill -'X vii-w (i{ c<indi(i"lis. .-(.n to exist] tr ,i !ay| i .iii- niay draw crtaln concfitsiuiis uirii i.'iir "as-urajHe ' their teiiiK -iili-tantiate.|. Firs s-< e ;t s iii.-v.tahle tliat the Caiitii^l- vill .v. iiiuallv ma'iia ^e Chitj ^"nr p lilJC '/'i! I nurse.' the lliVi!-lli flf il :.hcld^ their bai ks :o 'lie. wall. The nia| II' I Cali-i; .if r V .T- wav FUN <-onc!iisi!):is rel.iiiv my of the Caiitoiif i.ii/.'d- ;iiv till- By Uie an eti- in .al! >Jut tie- to th- ijernmcnr prohaiily In- iiisfitieil. It belu )vi -s all intelligent icitizetis iheir eyes on the. ^'orking ^ii- C'lilie 'si- prnbicli) ihas there he.n an for:a sohiiion of prolijeiis (-nniparal)le to tfiiit of to- lay. ' I.. K. SKVKRI.VC.HlAr?:. •wa lain . .\"V,rr •l>ni«-nt China 's visit a'r his ' Mrs. (r. ( Mo., who w. eks wjll .Sclnillz an to visit rid Mrs. Mar Will ker. ha service at .last ni-'ht. any opportunfty for wnrfaie. i)iie-i;ii)ii in the .minds (if all s. ig will forbearance ho d 1 .tht Chi- jeXchfUlKf ign pdw. rs aiil lall lh.f Willi- tit Ij-en f!;row -iiig ff l!»2G|lhe Cantj^ ard. -.i;ii'!- '.he the tiijrtli de -i^. ip the ^r privati' resell! a linloi '.-se.j in :thi chi'i;m-i n." (C'h r. to tlie C 111-'; .•^1111 lie m; tjiiem : valHy. til. toppeii.' Wu r/h and the C;i lankolv and ti :en and i4iang- the . isuiil t'hiia r t -<,if I his I here; liheadi ni citli 1 he- 1 the e .1)more Clashes liave iicunid li-twee l;i 'ilisli ;i |'riii-il f ^iri-.-s and the nese. Tlllfre i ;|ve 1 een coii ^itles Doii'S of jeSpla la 'tion I ween the 'for .Chinese.-; and iiiospliere has lerrse. In the fall ( p'.-i.n-d norilnj I 'liijilarisl.^ of wiie ID 1,'over inlEces ill ord froi :t agiiinsi r>eij-Fu Oppose| l.-i>\l- areji. am •'Ihf- tivejprovi iiurTi ami a south (."iiiila w out Hut the iiiilitaris's haki opie in Ciiiua are w -;l!i ; nil---- " T.linusriiii'.s nf .-.t-.id''; irili triiina cnll-gis and ii: lii--^ n!-.-! s"cret;y making tie snii"! Ill jfrtn the inti'll-.ti fiiVil-s .i)f i ih- i5ouiIi4ni iirn: C.iln • nu Toky). Fd>: .S. (AIM—Qfiicial reports innighl reveal 7211 pi;r?oiis were ihjurcdin the (rush .of 1.-! daui:hter, .Mrs. B.. K Wi.se and fai i 0110 ,00" ed the and toi - i late Kmperor Yoshihito. Titer in Chi I ! throii;; •i The llished ; 1,4110 >|<-ars. ERAL BRINGS INJURIES TO 721 day for St will .speiidl lioni". Sciiaum ICOOLIDCE NOT TO RUN SAYfe BUTLER .New- York. Feli. | I 'rir.s (Francis Culver) lICMMoI.llT. Feb. 7.--Miss Mar.V I I-;. Ciiimbc'lain received a , visil ••••slerday roni lier nephew. .Mij. -Vlheii Chamberlain, ot Tulsa. Me left for Tillsa last ^'Vt -ning an 1''^••^ .Murray Biitl. accompanied i-v .Miss Cliambeti I president who will- make an extend .-J) "XI""'''-* Will ilei line to run , , , .1 I exi v-ar. of .-,1. Jos-ph..,,, Jias been here for iwcfi J|,.,.„,,] her mother. .Mrs. Siizaij |1 family, left yesterday itives jn Tulsa. Okla. i Sibbett-. a.W. C. T. V.: API—Nicho- J Republican bia I'niversity. di-nt Cooiidge for re-etftctioii It is als|o his view that y wet, can lie On the West coas f()!!'!d oy .si .er shell.si i char:;- if til- evening (iiameter. and so'transparent that he Presbyterian church ! Her talk was inter't-sfl-i iihev can lie ii.sed a.si iiig ami helpful. A fairly large alf- 1 .-^'ore - than $12.| tendanc.? was present. ^1^""^ ''^^''l f in Ameriia since trj .drilled in Is.Vt. at " .Mr. and -Mrs. C. A. .Michaels « Savonbi;rg Were here tonight to a tend a nil eting of the Huniholi chapter of the Order of ICaster: S'tar. .Mrs..;Michaels is d;sirict ill .-Muctor: of the order.' .MIS. t. A. Hailshadi I-I't Vesti of India are six inches in window glass, i Hiii.iiin.i .iHi!) has oping' oil fields e first well was itusville. Pa. rlins. Kans., wh-r,. :i month wrtli h faithful suUJ»-cts Wfio paik- ily. .«rei|ts of Tokyr. ;lasi night, j "Irs. duriiii; liii fiureif;:! of ti I is an acad-iiiy of inanner a-which r«giiiaii-s etii |ii-t:e • loui till' intir- ci. mtry. ; .'ekin Ca/.-tr- ii.is h-i-n p'lli-'' wiHiimi jilt" 1111 i.-Tii HI tor- (leka, (his KIsie noriihe.rg W ft fur T inese rival eil il pi-ej- solii! Wu Han- j '"H tl-"ang. iarig. Will tin r we asrr-e with tin.- tmii's- j.-riiicipl-s or not we adni'it tliiit 'they are larrying .Willi a z-'ril and fervor that is se maintaining. The northerners, tiy- ing jto'kJ'cp lonfrol • ly sheer m.'ii- i .nry fo'rce. which his pauperiz-d Ihe people and hroujctit no pio- sres. ,ar'- dying a > low death. (Illy (Ml- thinir '< .-lii rcsah trim Miis: situatior.. The foreian im ers ( nj<fsr in . Jim-, laiid pn.»-ilj i-a the near fiiiiir-l i-ro^nizi 'Cower Cantjijnese ei-I -'ii nion- IP ini- es. (TlJs- re- is thj' Pittsbn lUle ye a The U' h.H-n talki J'hiiial. . In tlie! lowiir Vangt.sj ii-Fan^ quick irovimjes. and lio?(fs 'Xii^ih rii/e|r the Shaiigh; only. Kvery4" " " are pnsiiing. iiiilitari$t.s luj wfeks ;ihout which will K ^vep somhw;^ard bii ing.. the Ca .Putting asi mJ-iits of Soi: lis look -.it C: Miine. iThe <! I area Caiiltonese counter oflensive ii<!a grtv.<rniiU'hi ffir the wjorklng en extendiiiH the Cat tonese t! no iictio'n is result- onese are sui ren\e; tht'j military move- ^h agiiinst .N'oith, let nion'ij governii g ma- 'Hnii>nese goveijnment •gii of hoji (-.Hiifonese' government. I; ! •on e !i) stay. Fi -om tiais we are led lo sjiei n- latH on w-iiat will happ|-n if th- jEn pow.rs r>rocnizt> the (J: n- .se governnien; while the I'e- gtivi rnnvnt is still in ' exi-t- Fiii- Ml - ^ToteTioii of th'ir ton k.ng en Yes—Pangcroitf.' When her child is eongfhinf. Mother seeks quick relief. For 54 years, Mothers have used CbabberUiin'ii Cough Remedy. It removes phelgm. gives soothing relief. [ ; "Mothers--write for fr«e booklet.! 'on "Care of the Sick." Chamberlain Uedifine Co.. 604 Park, I^s Moioes. i Contains no \alcohoi tics iiiti rests ir. m-rth Chin.-i. recoghi- fioi flf. the F'ekihg government coiiid not tie withdrawn. The wi draj^vaF of- redninition of the I kit^g (government would plac^^ f eig I nationals in an emiiprrass: tij fay a; dangerous phsltioii Val-1 the Peking government ii? sli<] k- lost I'-'^ i"i''''»''^'*' in its own •• now *nt h- V- iir- k. w- jlll- Irtherii.' 'g for in^iir.' Ifnder ideijiiate Kussf i'rvisioij, the; ' .-ire; making ilt^niandK fc>r the I tailoring Their labor I itforms-strike wiiere the C liinOse laboVer In! contact wi ll tlie foreign e 4-rl. the Cant mese gov.-rilnn tales the,tei-)ivs of relaljpns twe»-n laborer* and euipioy. this <liclatorf the businesjvfif serval^t.s in l!ie private homes df| foreigners, "he de- may inaiids are often radical, w even ..aay "c ky."' but whjre be- i<n sBp- liaitic as^es. liaYdertl comes nploy- |nt dli- ' Ip b - 'rs. ev- hip to prl- RichlnAU Vhdmins Of Cod^ liver Oil SGOTTS lOOSENS THE COUGH evmiiig. she Buni i Quick relief from iPnvcnt sbo* presanre. »aiK |bcoii« . If that .stiit of yours i^s yt-itinK n wt>e bit of .sluipaand .-oiled aboiilt tin* etlKc-s—why It'.< the pre.s.'iing and cleanline.-^.s that .suit.-< look natty- We'll iii .suit and keep you lookirij; shabbyj out tiesitatejV the newnt'.s.s it voiu* l>e.<t. SendiJs Somi'thing Every Week b.ick makesj new i \uid vour PHONE 10^ ProtnoM Growih\' Builds Strength. Wonderful For C/uldren THE BEST— YOUR LAST The i]i'ienioriaI you 6vect is significlant of sacred things-i-of loveanc revei'- ance and loyalty. ; Hust it not Ijie worthy in every way? WILLIAMS MONftlENTAL \^ ORKS 301 So itb'Waiihington, F hone 6J6 MORAN NEWS OF THEjDAf r ' • i with Bnm^el Ltint" I'o.' 3io>es 'I'amily to wn- \ ini Lamheth, [Jr.. PI sses Awaj. of de- [ju .st the Jon botn Friilay niorniiiR ut SI.' Ijee ! was of the liai^ghjte^ of .MJ-. and .MriJ Caufman. i many ytars. s husband wis a of the old fanjiligs | nity-'and-their noipi? h|at Is rlow the Walter ("line ghvray ea.-it of tjowii. learned Wfth rfegret .Mrs. Leei loran friend.s.o Alfr Lambeth ot fcur^- |s.. exti nd sincere svmiiathi>- iti tb^ loss of their i ifarit . ohii-'s lospitaj. at four u'ljloclf. anil laBsed away poon after .Wijnlghjt' Ifrlday night. .Thci babe was given t nane. Alfred Junior. | Funeral .vicci wore held from thejUala- ton fill eral home Saturdiiy jafter- 1 pon aid Intprment was.jniade, in tjhe Mo ran conietery. ij j Horner .Meskinger of | Parsons, iho hUs beenjvisitipg his parents, ilr. anjl Mrs. jFrank .Meaaingjer. of, ,|vansasi City, stopped .here ^or a; i.'it with the Clarence Cook] fam-! ly . am ara.onjg old friends 'for a | hort t me. | . ; j ' .Miss Cane bf the high School; jipent jhe'wenk end in Fort j Scott ; he guest of friends. I j [ Mr. ind Mtis. Lee EJthertoh .and wo >•( ung daughters, who f have ^een fir the ipast several months^ It th6 country home of Mr. kther- 1- on 's parents,'have moved to| town. | Mr. Edherton' fs with^ the Knmbel i Lumb'r Co. ,f i . i | Missps Floi^ence and Mary.nar-1 !)>er enjloyed l:kst week a short visit ' from their brothers, the RevL Sam-i On skattjrs! titionsi marine uel Balrber ot»Barnarii. Kan Barber' and daughter! Johns. Kans. v.. F. of St. At .-^niarillii. Te.x.. a : fonrteen- \ story hotel lias lieen coriipleted and opened within five and mpnth|i ^ from broken. Ho ne furnishing, tdar.s o .service jthat ^ n^.s fou ui that good ta.sie .sh depo.sit will hold !>-ou . and I Lois. •PACrEFIVE )f the m^At c ^icrt Women taking part i i the cjompe- Ut St. .Moritz I lis .winter l« Diana Kingsm'ill .l dauj ^fer ot Rear Adm ra! Sir Charle ii tCinfsmill, who Was thp/irst Irea service. .Have Youj l) of! Cabada'a That ValeHjtine? Eefnember th'b.seji'Ou ld\t< ! with a iValentine gkpting. good book.ja colof- f ij picture or ni box!; of s ;ationery nial 4 charm- iijtgj-^ift.s; whichi are al- s distincti\'^. londay, i Felfijaury he date. 14. the EvansiStcire Fme yViltims, Axmiristers, ¥elpets, Tqpestiy Erilssells and Wml Fibred is lair investment father than an experjafj^ wheri tV^ miiny fit: fehder.s i.s considered. Everyone thajt has attended (his .side need Fine qiiality seamed fk't. ]''ive .spleh(ii(i t^rns ill tans, taupes ue. Rtgular $40.00i 4in.stef rugs, .sij-.e 9.xl2 Pat- and val- F ebruary .sale jspe- $30.00 igelpw-Hartfoj'd !B li s- Nine jualit alue." ial at ;.sJDrah seamed lAxrnins- tjer ru js. Six good de- j sHgns il a wide I range of polor.s. Size 9x12 !feet. Regular S60.00 values. Jfpeciai this month / !;4o.6o not b.ie expensive. 1 Make yoiH- Meet ion nov r pun base (or future delivery. F ne quality fringed; Vel- V 't Rugs. Size 6x9|feet B $24.75 Six patterns in Tapestr\^ a sniall Tjhree patterns t Bru.sse Ili3xl2 fe^t. vei'j special in Tapes- rji^s. Size Seamless, us.sftls rugs. Sizte • 9x lilies, j Special $31.50 12 feetJ Regular $25.00 ^ Eigelow-Hartfdra Bu s- sbrah Axmin.'iter riigs Siz^ 9.^15 feet. d o 1 d i Seal Congo leum J ugs. "size 9x12 feet f f ; .six .splendiili'designs. Regular $85.(|(}i • va:lues. Spkial at i A choice p.ii $60.00 gelow-Hartf)fd Bu.s- patternsi of; fint^ wool rij )re rugs, up to $22.50. Si)e- A good selectioni of patterns in .11-3.X12 forit Ax- piinster rugs. Values up o .$70100. Februar.Y •ial Kize 9<12 feet, j Rbgujarj^loO. ^^rit-Hi to.dose them out $110.00 itie.s $14.85 discontinued Pattcjrns in Whittall Anglej-Persiah rffes spe- ^oi|-ah seamed ier rugs. ; S'v^fi f'ejet. Yotir three go'od Rijgular $100.! Sfjiecial $72.50 !)0 values, i Sixe Regular .S25.0( Axrii,ins-: 11-3x15 hoic6i of j patterns. I) values. :;6.\6S-inth Anglo-Per 'iiitta!! Tif'prac Wilton Rufr.s. An all worstkl Wilton f a long weai'injf' rug. j|ize 9.xI2 feet. Re^ailar ."PIOSJOO vahies. i S $84.00 \jaiues. Speij $16.50 Jan Rugs, iltl 1 ug that has ^11 the qual- Exclusive Designs Fine covered in fine quality tilpestry. • :4 lei-ial instruction,. COXWELL CHAIRS Of .solitl walnut con.strilicllion, covertrli with fine quality tapestr3'. HIGH BACK OCCASIONAL! CHAIRS J The besi c sulondid choice , i f sprihir con of high grat' struct ion. < ie covering.s See Thes^ (f hairs in Our Corner Display ^Vindou• ew Patterns Foii the Hqm^ beeorjiteid End Tibles WithI Bolok TrtJgii ... Decorat^ Book Tables .•:...!.].: Mahogany jdonsojie Tables ..... i. iVvenue Window. Radio iC Library [Tables . I See This Dis)!ajf A. It oiered: in a in Tables 5^10.80 il3.50 f 18.00 il6.20 Furniture

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