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TRIO OF AVIATORS
IN MID-AIR BATTLE
WITH HAIL OF SHOTS
?A?, SBPfofri'lIlB '28, 10W.
German Airman on Recon
noitre Near Lille, Narrow
ly Escapes English Biplane
and French Bleriot.
nOTTKriDAM, Sept. 23
A Dutchman who hns hint returned from
Alvlo-rimppclc Elves a thrlillnB story
of nn pvcUIiik three-cornered iliiel In
mlil-nlr fought u few la.s nxo hy the
crcupnnti of three nlrahlps German
Knnllsh ami Trench The story wns re
lntpd to him by the German otneer, who
narrowly escaped death after nn experi
ence which he doc not dcHlro repeated.
"Some dayi ago," thi ofllcer said, "I
nas Instructed tJ do some Important re
connoltTlnf In the northern district of
Tranco, rspoclntly near Lille and Mau
beuue. 1 If ft ltelsluin In my Taube bi
plane with a mechanic.
"While I was flylne Into Prance I sud
denly heatd thu noIe- of an aeroplane
which I son lecoRnlzcd as a" Ilrltlsh
military lirlstol biplane, which had come
to fight ui Our first tactics were to
prevent the Bristol climbing higher than
us, but Hie Hrltl'h machine was cleverl)
bundled, and &oon was 150 ard over us
"Several attempts were made b Us to
fly higher, but the Urltlsh aeroplaiu
checked them all It was evident that
each of i s feared that the other would
drop bnmb on him Meanwhile we had
prudently turned northward, hoping to
reach the t-lerni.m Lamp before the Eng
lishman damaged us or torcid us to lnnd
The lirlstol was coming cloer and closer,
and we felt Ike a bird on which a vul
ture was going to lwunce.
"I said to m mechanic: 'I think our
last hour has i iw ' He answered with
k liuglr 'Ilat'irr our last half-hour.' I
am sure that If the Kngllshman had any
bombs nboird I would not be here to
tell the tale, but fortunatelv he had
none. He could not havp misled us. as
owing to his cleei steering he was about
M . arils over us " j
In this trMng situation the (rrnnn of
ficer, though eNpectlng to be shot or
dashed to earth at any moment did not
lose his neive. He handled his craft
with cleverness and care, following cver
movement of his ad f rary by a counter
movement of hi ship. "These, 1 can
tell you, were terrible moments," he
raid. ' We fired our autorrutlc revolver
nt the onun- a-.' he "Lpondc?il vigor
ously. Our mat Wn.' was hit seveial times
but Tio 'u -'x.A pans The wings show
main -i.'- 'ullit holes.
"W'f ncri' ji.-i-lng the Ztolglan boun
dary when T saw a fn.ill Hlorlot mono
plane com" to the aid of the Bristol
The French aircraft reached UOO feet In
no time, and then bejm Hying In con
centric circles around us always draw
ing nearer, and the three midlines in
gaged In an unprecedented duel, firing
"Our nmmun'tlon was nirlv evhaustert
when we luard .no'getlc firing beneath
"We had reached a Cieunin camp, win re
our tenible situation w.is spoedllv
realized, and our soidlrs were firing on
the two enemy tl' in-; machines In order
to cover our retieat and descent
"Vv were ived but needless to sny
I did no reconncltrlng work that daj."
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IN FACE OF CRISIS
Communication With Out
side World Cut Off and
Uneasiness Grows in Mis
i- 'Hihtel lis rmlcrwon,! .1 t'ndernool, New Yiirk
SILENT TRAGEDY OF THE BATTLEFIELDS OF THE MARNE
French soldiers are buried where they fall. A cross marks their graves. The crosses are made of the handles of mess
tins and the dead man's cap and scarf are placed on top of the mound.
LETTER FROM GERMANY
TELLS OF SACRIFICES
ALLIES" ADRIATIC FLEET
REPULSED, SAYS VIENNA
Cattcuo Torts Inflict Heavy Dr.mnge
and Force Withdrawal.
VIEN'XA. ,, a.
The French and British whi ships tlmt
Mtempted to !iot,.i'd i it,-u h.t.e suf
fered henvy damage-" unJ tv-'-i furced to
withdraw, ucioi ilng t .. dUpucch r
celved from I. . hi' :i.mt I'l- l.i Marina!
Novnk, cot.imaiiiiLr if Ui- A'lstrlan tuo,i-i
He state that littl dumasp w.13 done
to th" Catturo forts by th allied fleuts'
fire, bu that v, lien the 1 nm pvil-i awvy
lieavy ginoke woj iKiik f or-i to slitrs,
Indicating tint V.i-j haJ ' e. , t on
The Austrian tie-it has !-en .unciniruud
at 1'oKi ard will sr,.n sal. to gh,. battlu
to the ollits't tli-tt. I..trg- rorce iif trooog
also havi bem Kathered there. Tlioujth
tho liollef .revslln bur that Jt.U will
nialntain Mer nfiitialit, , evei. piernution
Is belni. taken to rrevei.t u suddm lt
vasto:. Thl , tbf reason for tli eon
njntmtio'i . f t""ip at 1'mi.i
It Is .11111 mil' 1 tiuit tn .die ittin'tji
by tliL Itu-'in! s t gti t!ii-ui?h r)v Hun
garian ')&(! he l' ii ), iNfd, and
that tn- ui Jgii iai - S ,l i p'u.
ll dine- jitii'it -' 41
NEW CATHEDRAL WILL
RISE FROM RHEIMS RUINS
ArchbishQp of Boulogne Consoles Of
ficlal of Ruined Church.
H.nij. m , ,irc . s 1 1 s?.
Carduiu Ardn. u v n 1 , ,,, . nr
denus in .itmt. t, 1 'drtli-i.il l.uci.n
Archbls i,p or luie'm-.. reUtlie to th
damns to tho iath'-dral of Notre Dam .
"All elvlliRCd no1 Ions wiM condemn thin
act of savoge vmuUIKin. but the ruins
or which .iu, HK- the prophet, are
weeping ore giifh as iqd does not for.
Kt. uml tthen tub urrtble war is or
Franco will rl and build up a.fres.h
with the gftme ai(hli cturnl .spiendorn
the c mreh wh.ch was th. crudle ot it
faith nnd glory "
Woman Whose Husband Fought in
Two Wms Ready to Yield Four Sons.
An 1 atnple of the nt lilies which the
it rninn lire repoited to be m-il; n In
order ih.it tin 1 nun 'n.ij lit ultimately
vletoiiois K shown In h'tter leieied
bv Mrs. II. llllbcrt, 3113 North Front
The writer of the lettt r, Mrs. Franz
Eberhnrt. of Itelchenbaoh (.Jerni.my, is
the mother of the 1'hlladelphla woimn,
and hei liu-ban.l 1j a eternn of two
German wars, She ays In tho letter to
her daughter that her father, who Is
73 eiirs old, expects his four sons to
be culled tor strvleo at any time and
hai written to each of them, urplnc; them
to ro unfalteringly to the aid of the
When the letter arrived nt the Hllbert
home It wns opened nnd nppearod as
thoush it had not been en!ed It I?
t'.e 't.lef of .Al-f Hllbert that her
moth. did not m,o! tnf letter be-'ausi'
fax 1 1. tilled that It would tt opened
and lu contents erutlnlxi'd ! the nlll
r'wlloWlns is thi letter n part, which
wna maileo on Sentimbtr J.
"There are no nemlt1- mi Uermun o'l.
and thp ent're (let man urmi it In France
and on the t i-rtei of Hu-dti. Kveis d't
we rt.eivr niPKsaeoH f the Mcturlen wmi
bv the ilermni t'oup but v,e .lno hvur
whv;i our uifn .iro ben ton
"Thu people stind nt the railroad kU
tinn everj do wuitiiiB for the trains
to brlns In the primmer and wound' d.
T!'b world wai Is trrlb'e Manv hu
bund nnd -on ale separated from tnIr
fa milieu pilmpi toirver Hut there Is
no cr.'lnj: or suriow. mid th' eblldrfiii
in tuf strtots sa mat thrir fathers
wtli narali- return.
'1 lout lik- f 0 'iiiu th- ftr.ets.
bnnur.r .a,'. sp jounjs women who an
wuitlng the return of their hUHbands.
ThU reciilU the duvs In mj II f when
In t-c PrusMiui Wtii of I tvnd In the
Fr.in -o-funtslaii AVur t whf Hfer i'ipmi
ai'd wait.nl foi Fruns to return Vol r
brother?) have i,ot bwen culled s-t, but
th.' exp-ct t-i be eiilU-d ulii)oel any
day, Kjithei h wiltten to hblIi of
tti-rn, tellln; tifin to hlp their t'.iu.itry
!' neresusn lit- ms thure I no rw
Son J be .tfuiid, -iiu'i- v. .vhipi'ed the
Ktnch iu 1n"1 .1 ui will repent In tldjj
n 1- Th V' ikIi Wi.j'il i.ilii-t Vt ip
t.rnl t'um b't. and we d not ex
pert fie war to 'ast as lone as the
Fran n-I'ni-ia war "
ITALY HOLDS FIRM
IN NEUTRAL POLICY;
WAITS OH TURKEY
Overt Acts by Porte Will
Mean Rupture of Triple
Alliance as Mobilized
Army Joins Allies.
not been seen about the Foreign OIllco
r.eport arc circulated here that Hii'sla
Is prepailns nn ultimatum to Titrl;e. de
manding demobilization. It is stnted that
the Oar's Government hai now definitely
decided that, lti Ausf.lnn cninpilEii be
hik successful, It Is In position to with
draw lniqo Humbert of men to hold Tur
key In check and that, as a result, the
Porto wdl ue glvm the choice of demob
ilizing or lighting.
OFN'FVA, Sept. 2S
The posslh'lltv that Italy will bieak it
ncutrallty policy and enter the war on
the side of the Allies hns been decreased
by th. nppaient effect of the Greelt-Kunianlnn-HulBarlan
alliance on Turkey's
belligerent Intentions, say dlspatchf-n fiom
ftispaifhes from Vienna and Trieste tell
of prepaintioi'S by Austtla to resltt an
Italian invasion Magvar regiments have
been snt into Trentlno 10 teplaru the
tvylments htnt to Servla at the bsglnnlng
of the wm.
litep'te the Hi m determination of the
goiLtnmwii to maintain strict neutr.itit
it has been cuirently bolicvid tliat an
overt not by Turkey would nu-aii a move
by ltal:, wv. 'h ua.- htld both Us mil taiy
a"d naval torcts mobilized for six wieks
The prefmir ct the niitl-nn'trnllty fac
tion or the KuvernmcPt ha no decr'-nsed,
Ithoush pu' He deinoiLstratlona hae been
curbed bv the soldiers.
Despite the official denial' by Austria
it Is r'iKivu! known that the Austrian
forces on thu ttol an frontier nr- being
tiont.i .clmorted. AH oi t'i re!mnts
made up of Ui")W of Italian b'uii or
from the frunUu 'ttelf. wlteie Mallnn
smiathy ! strrni?, haeben t'ttiiaterii-rt
While there U no uhuiwu In the r.f
flt lal Italian uttltudtt, tliero Is ilttli do,)t.t
anywrinn that the date tor Jti to en
ter th'-1 wai in mildly appiu4iiilnK This
Is b iiuved nit mil' bv the !ep.' ci.t.uies
(,, thf Ailiew. b.lt fllsu oy the diplomntle
rt !.resfctitatlvts hen of tiie U. muti and
jatriat f..vrtiments Thv bi us,d
nil if their It,!! if nt i t.i If 1 p Italy neu
tial, but It is. 'utiUeitb.i. that t!" have
CHESTS FULL.ALTHOUGH WAR
COSTS FIVE MILLION DAILY
I Kaiser Not Worried Over Einphe's
cornxifAGn.v, sept :
An ofllclnl dNpntch from Uerl'n t-a.s
that the lesponsd which the Gci man
iittion has made tn the government', wa
subocilptlon of $l,:.'0,Cn3,COi) 1ms reiuovoi'
nil nnxlety over tho llnanclul condition
of the Umpire. i
Accoiding to Get man military authoil
ths the war Is costing Gumany J'.OtO.O"
a dav, Inclus've of the money spout In
bihnlf of families mide dependent b tin
T)-enee of fntherd and husbands at tti
The means of the Government at the be
g'nnln? of the war, not rountlng th'
tiertrnnnnt s"" treasure but including the
reserve funds of the Itclehsbank.
atnmi ted to about $12." oro 0 0 It I"
t'u ual t. theiofoie, that the monev av.Tl
ublc fo' t ' iiti'pooe nf ("tttin- n v .,.
can- i.isl'y be Increased bv icveral bil
lion moi e nuuUs if noc'"-t-ni
"PEACE KAISER" IS NAME
HE DESIRES IN HISTORY
English Writer Did Not Find Em-
peior a Cruel War Lord.
nKHI,i.V, Sept 2' (I$v M'lielehs Tlirough
SayvllI", I. I)
In the latest Isuc of the International
Menatsclirlft,' Il'mston stewait Cham-iK-rlaln,
nn nnc!llmin, tcls of an In
tt-nlew with tho Kaiser, whom, hu says,
he often met without 1 eremony In Ills
ailkle Chamberlain explains that tho
1-adii.K pilnciples of the K.ilser aro his
iif-ep feeling ot psponMM it before God
and his energetic ilelfimliij'ton to pre
m pe'iee fin fifimnny Ho hiijs:
"Tho highest IeMr of the Kaiser Is
to hi able to Ba 'I have prpkirveil peace
lor m couutrj; hlttoiy will call mo "the
j tact- Kaiser ' "
ALLIES' LEADERS DISAGREE,
IS REPORT IN LONDON
Dilatory Move of D'Amade Friday is
the Alleged Cause.
I.OK, Sun 2s
Rumors of a iliswg'. emrni lettn
General French nnd the Kirnrh Ufiieral
Staff rtgardlng certain phasi . .if the
present eontliet ire lUirmt In military
circles Whll' the nr fr from dt-Hnitt .
tho nuu-F'-Mb 11 i mad. that the hi mj uf
General d'Amade foiiea to taUe position
iiutckly enouub m the flankinii operaUolis
of Ust rr'd'H, "tHh t e result that th"
Germans niadt . iiis'd. rabli t'aln and II
was necssar to 1 '. Infm cements to
retake th lin f .mild
No one In .uthoritj will dbruss tins
runiorfc, but lbe- ate pi'rs otrntlv pas-ed
about In clri'U thai 'aw fieel um
mented 01. 1 1- ..1 t 11. inch of the
brunt of th. -!. (,(. . .it has had to
be borne b t1 1 ill ! sh ( r .
WORD FROM THE KAISER
CHEERS KAISERIN AT HOME
Announced That War News Is Re
ported as Favorable.
AMSTERDAM. Sept 23
Tho Berlin correspondent of the Frank
furtvr .eltuns as It was known some
days sco that the German Empress had
uculved good news from the Emperor
cd that this ntws was officially an
nounced on Sunday to be a favorable re
port on tlw qerman roeltlgns alontr h
bAttle trout In Fraj1,
BOER LEADER JOINS ALLIES ,?
Joubert-Piennar Predicts Victory
Over Geiman "Machine."
ROFtliK VI'.X te t .' - Frauctds Jou
bert 1'itru.ir thi famous Bnt-i !' 'a'
has arrived hwt to offer his sword to
thi Aim (1 arm es
I f ight atrain-t General French in
P'ulh Airlia,' n sa'd. "Now I am
fitnK to lisht with htm, I eommnnded ft
Kofi in my oppose 1 to him at Klardi.-laaBt-,
where I ri'-iivrd niy 1 aptUm of
pu in Llv'lieiJ wntfare.
'I li.ve offend l SKrvKn uneondl
tlonallj. r.iui do not know '. "t how I
i 1 jb employ t-d, b'ii t-xpect that it will
b in nn advisorv apailty and that I
i! be atta'hed in this manner to Gen-
d, French's staff The nor will "'
1'ing und tterie. The German army whlih
t ,.na well, l the fln.st fiifhtlnB machr
in the world, but we shall tent I in
1 1. end, bemuse our armies aie some
t.iitiB better than a machine."
Gener-M Joubert I'it-naar. like the better
known General Iet Joubert, is descends
from a Hus'i"t family wWith kittled
In K.tuih Af'lia to escape persecution of
Iuie XIV His branch of the famlu
nnK'iatd to the Oriti.se Tree rttate,
whire in Uloemfontein General Framois
Joulurt-I'ienaar was born in 1'0 He was
d'atttl in tstrd-im I'm returned to
his natif I'niii' .i''d was cor iet in a
1 ivili ifgim.iit nhtn the wai broke
o it Hi fought at i: and
STOP LOOK LISTEN
Attend th? Safety First Carnhal and Saj the
Peace Pageant- -Sane Fourth Parade
Boy Scouts in Pagf antry
Lincoln Choi us. 40U0 Voices
Music by Police Band
Tischopp Jlnndolm Orchestra
Drills by Police Department
Drills by Fire Department, Demonstrat
ing Life-Saving Methods
German Singintc Societies' Chorus
Drills by Pch-jol Children
Safety Fir?t and Accident Prevention
The Home and School League Provides This
Wonderful Educational Carnival at
2.00 and 8.00 P. M.
Admission Adults. 25c; Children, 10c
Itikcrieil t-riita, AOr and IV at (.inilii'. Ilrotlitr
f r Si
ft'eta! and Sla
Roofs Are Standard
RESIDENTIAL WORK A
Crescent Compound keeps roofs
watertight for five years, and is
Real Estate Roofing Co.
2343-2349 Wallace St.
Mountain and Seashore
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS
U 1 1 MN ll.W CS( I JtSIONS
MAUCH CHUNK AND SWITCHBACK
ROUND TRIP TICKETS
X.ratiiiK lifbdlnsc Ttrniliml 7.30 V M.
I or llmis at utlirr olut mid petlal rateiiipe lTjrew
TO ATLANTIC CITY, OCEAN CITY, SEA ISLE CITY,
STONE HARBOR, WILDWOOD, CAPE MAY
ROUND TRIP TICKETS ?JfA5c5At SI 00
I.-alnr Cbwtnut and South SU. rcrrifii 1:30 A, 31. r
NEW YOIIK, Sept. 23.
Por n week tlicre litis been nothliis
hcniil irotn the three Bre.it Aincrlcnii col
leges lti tlif Ottoman Knititrc tMio- r t.
Ickc, ths Anurltp.n Collcso foe Girls and
tilt. Anierloaii UodcRe III iKlrut, mitt euri
otis alarm Is felt by the ttustecs nnd
lepresentatlves in this country.
R. Waiter Uobcrts, trcnsuier of tho
rjplscopnl Hoard nt Boston, who hns been
nctltiE for tho Atncttciiii mltslonaiy sod--etlcs
alnuo tho Turkish Qovcrnmcnt
announced Us withdrawal of the capitula
tions, snld that not only Is all commu
nication with the Ameilcnn DChoots In
Turkey broken, but that It hna been
Impossible to forward much needed it'nds
from this country during th hist ten
After the war began r.nd the various
missionary societies realized that they
could no longer send moiiy to their
workers in Turkey by the usual chanuclr
tho Standard OH ortereii its services and
undertook to transfer considerable buini
'oi the relief of Ameilcan edULatlonul
mid t-ellglous lnstltutloni In thai country.
Hut on Saturday thfi Stundatd Oil le
lortcd to Mr. Roberts that It lind been
dnable for the last week to communicate
v'ltli its representative at CotiHtnntlnople,
and that it iai Impossible to give relief.
The uneasiness which this situation
aroused has been IntcnslHed when It
was reported through Home that the
Ottoman Government, besides suppressing
the capitulations, had detei mined to
abolish all foreign schools within the
empire. Dispatches received through
dlplcmntto sources from Homo state that
the conditions In Constantinople aro most
Absolutely nothing Is known ns to the
welfalo of foreign missionaries or col
leges In Turkey. It Is naturally sup
posed, however, that they am beginning
t" feel the pinch of unusual conditions
nnd po'slblv to bo In' serious need ot
llimnelnl help. Besides tho big Ameri
can colleges in Turkey there aie nearly
.7)0 smaller schools that aro conducted
bv icliglinis bodies
As tin Indication of the fact tint the
Armenians In this country aro feaiful let
trnublo come to their lclatlvcs In Turkey
manv of them hae made application to
the American Board during the last week
to have money transferred to Turkey. In
each case, however, that monev has had
to be lefused with the explanation that
the board has no means of sending It.
14,000 Sq. Feet
As we are removing our Print
ing Department to the Curtis
Building, we have this space for
rent, ready October 1. Robert
Morris Bldg., 919 Walnut St.,
2d floor, light four sides, steam
heat, 2 passenger and 2 freight
elevators, low insurance rate.
The Beck Engraving Co.
G20 Snnsoin St.
Phone, Walnut 1973
CHURCH 25 YEARS OLD
Archbishop Presides nt Epiphany
With Archbishop Prcndcrgasl presiding,
a Solemn" High Mass was celebrated yes
terday in the Homan Catholic Church ot
the Epiphany, Eleventh and Jackson
streets, by the Rev. James Nash, founder
nnd rector of tho organization, In ob
sctvnneo of the church's twenty fifth
niuil versa ry.
Assisting Father Nash were Iho Ttev.
William McMahon, panto.- of tho Church
of tho Maternity, lSutleton; tho llov.
MIlIiuoI Corley, senior assistant of the
nplphntiy Church, and the Hov. Thomai
Iarkln, of Mattc.t Chunk, who preached
In the evening the celebration vtfts con
cluded bv the singing of soltjtnn vespers.
JAPANESE CRUISER HALTS
AMERICAN SHIP IN PACIFIC
Idzumo Fires Shot Acrosg How tit
SEATTLE, Sept. 2S
Tho nctlvlty of tho Japanese crulner
Idr.utno which Is lying in wait off the
Amerlran coast for German shlpi, was
shown today In ft dispatch Btntlng that
tho Idzumo had fired several shots across
the bows of tho American steamship
Later the Japanese officers boarded tho
fleword and closely cxnmlncd her papcis
before permitting her to proceed. Tho
Hewatd piles between Seattle and Alaskan
MANY MAYORS WILL COME
Seventy-five Have Sent Acceptances
to Attend Convention Here.
In reply to an Invitation sent out sov-
oial months ago for a conference of
Amerlcnn Mayors, to be held In Phllndel-
mLIa Mnt'inhtl $ ti ll tfiiMAA Vir 4
burg has alrtftdy feclV6d 7B B.ci;pt4j,ncw
Tho conference, which has for lu chltf
end a free discussion oi municipal polity
toward public utilities of at kin, WJ
called Jointly several moirths. aeo V.J
Mayor JBlfttikcnburjr, John Purroy Mlt.l
ciici, .Mayor oi .evr xorKj uarttr lti1
Harrison, Mayor ot Chicago! Newton D.j
Baker, iinyor oi uiovcmno, and aeorei
W. Schroycr, Mayor of fJM'ton.- xh
American Academy of Politic! Sclttun,
co-operated with them.
TARGET OF WARSAW FORT,
ZEPPELIN FALLS TO EARTH
Aerln Assault Fails Wltou lilttm
Fite Pierces. Envelope,
V WARSAW, Sept 2s.
A Zeppelin was shot down and !tr crow
ot tlermnn olflcta ntid nlr scouts vm
captured nft'jr a futlU nttivck upon lu
The Heppolln npiiftrcd wer thLi city
nt 5 n, m. Sntutday. t'l-ovloitsly ll had
d topped two bombs near tho station of
tho railroad to Kallscr. Only one ol
theso exploded and the damage wa
Cyclist's Injuries Cause Death
Walter Akin, ot Orthodox Btrcct near
James, died In tho Frankford Hospital
of Injuries ho lecclved when a motor
cycle lie was driving early yesterday
morning ran through a barrier guarding
ii sower excavation at Longshore street
nnd Toncsdalu avenue. Fred Cuhn, of
J'-IS Melto'c street, who was riding on
a. rear seat of tho motorcycle, escaped
with a few bruhes.
Sergeant Ralston Seriously 111
Street Sergeant William Italston, head
of tho branch of tho detective bureau
which handles pawnbrokers' cases, Is
seriously 111 nt the Pennsylvania Hoi-pltnl.
THE OCTOBER RECORDS
On Sale Today.
Hear them, each and every one is an excuse
to stay in at night.
THE MAIN STORE
at Broad and Walnut, has been enlarged and
beautified. We added the entire second floor,
giving us the largest and most beautiful building
in the city devoted exclusively to the sale 6f
Vicirola. $15 to $200
PAYMENTS CASH. CHAUGE OR MONTHLY.
Main Store Opp. Union League
Broad ab. Walnut Strept
The S Branches Open Evenings
Broad & Columbia Ave.
S2d Sr Chestnut Streets
4124 Lancaster Avenue
Look mot on yesterday fount on
tine opportiuiinifltles of today
We Make These Opportune Simggestioinis :
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Before Present CoraditBomis Snu Europe
A NEW LOT OF TIIE CREPE SHIRTINGS in white grounds with double and triple
colored styles. This quality is woven specially for men's shirts, and is guaranteed
pure silk. Will not fade in tubbing. Limited quantity of black and white. Other'
colors, brown, navy, cadet, helio, green and gray. 32 inches wide. Value $1.25.
For 58c yd.
CREPE DE CHINE A special lot of extra heavy Crepe de Chine. The weave favored
most for afternoon and evening frocks; colors, white, light blue, pink, corn, steel,
amethyst, reseda, delft, taupe, olive, nigger, light navy, dark navy, midnight and
black. 40 inches wide. Value $2.25. For $1.65 yd.
BLACK SATIN, a soft lustrous quality, specially adapted for the new frocks. Every
yard guaranteed to be pure dye, 36 inches wide. Special For $1.35
YARD-WIDE TAFFETA and PLAIN SATIN DE CHINES in all the wanted
street and evening shades. 36 inches wide. Value $1.25. For 95c
A VELVET OPPORTUN3TY
IMPORTED CHIFFON VELVETS purchased in April and received here
before existing shipping difficulties. No advance price paid, therefore they are of
fered in this sale at $2.95 yard. 40 inches wide. Value $4.50
Colors, Purple, Mole, Olive, Taupe, Navy and Nut Brown
& Ostrich Collars
A Special Purchase on Sale at Conces
sions of One-Half from
FRENCH COLLARS, BOAS AND
STOLES in many lengths and combina
tions, beautifully fashioned as is only
possible to the French. Prices begin at
$3,00, $-1.00, $5.00, $600 and upwards to
$10.00. Values one-half more.
VEILINGS at small prices, imported hex
agon mesh, soft finish, in black, white
and colors. Value 25c, at 15c yd.
MOIRE GROS-GRAIN RIBBON of ex
cellent quality, 7l3 inches wide, in all
the fashionable shades.
Regular price 90c, at 55c yard
Neckwear at SpeciaS Prices
COLLARS New shape long rolled em
broidered and sheer double organdie.
Value $1.00, at 50c
COLLARS HaucNcmbroidered, new
shapes. Special at 50c & 75c
NEW CRINKLED TIES in solid color
,md Roman stiipes at 18c each
Banding Frocks for Misses
Two Especially Attractive Models
AT $23 50 Ciepc de Chine frocks with
accordion plaited ruflle and long tunic
skirt, bodice trimmed with Jace and
chiffon, and flowers on shoulder; in
white, maize, flesh, Nile and pale blue.
AT $25 White chiffon frocks ; skirt with
3 ruffles, edged with metal trimming,
bodice lace-ttimmed with girdles of
Nile, orange, pale blue, pink and white.
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