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EVENING IrMDWKU PHILADELPHIA, TI'ESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914.
1 ii it iiiniai I'
WARNED BY TAYLOR
AT FIVE MEETINGS
Told Those Against Plan
Would Be Regarded as
Meetings of Protest
Hold-Up Transit Bill
Cohockslnk Buslhess Men's nnd
Taxpayers' Association, 6th and Dia
mond streets, 8 o'clock.
Fortieth and Market Streets Busi
ness Men's Association.
East Ocrmantown Improvement As
sociation, FRIDAY NIGHT.
Fox Chnso Improvement Associa
tion. MONDAY, DECEMBER H.
South Oak Lano Improvement Asso
ciation. And these are only the advance
Tho Costollo brand of rapid transit was
condemned last nlsht by Ave progressive
i organizations, which Indorsed (tho. plans
of Director Taylor. Meetings of protest
ngnlnst tho Frankford Councilman's ordi
nance wcro held In tho central, northern,
southern, western and northwestern parts
of the city.
Itcsuluttons "" Indorsing tho program
mapped out by Director Taylor wore
unanimously adopted at each meeting,
aria 11 was also decided to participate In
any demonstration called to convince
Councils where tho organizations -stand
on tho transit question.
The meetings wero held at tho Central
North Bioad Street Presbyterian Church.
Broad and Green Btreets, under the aus
pices of the 14th Ward Civic Association:
the Klnsaesalng Recreation Centro Hall,
th and Klngsesslng avenuo; the North
Philadelphia Business Men's Association.
Broad and Olcarflold streets; tho North
west Business Men's Association, 1336 Co
lumbia avenue, and tho Passyunk Avenue
Business Men's Association, Passyunk
avenue and Dickinson street.
Probably the most largely attended
meeting was that addressed by Director
Taylor at the Central North Broad
Street Presbyterian Church.
This meeting was attended by workmen
Mom Baldwin's, Hoopes & Townsend's
machine shop and members of varlouB
churches In the vicinity. William Smith,
who represented union worklngmen at
the meeting, said that the Central Labor
Union would tako any action necessary
to aid Director Taylor In his plans.
Prompt nctlon on tho transit question
was urged by Prof. Francis B. Brandt,
principal of the School of Pedagogy, who
said there wasnlanger of the city becom
ing many yeaVs behind the times unless
the citizens took the necessary Bteps to
obtain adequate transportation facilities.
Similar advlce.JVas. given by the Rev.
C. E. Miller, pastor of St. Mark's Luther
an Church, and the Rev. M. J, McSorley,
of the Church of the Assumption. They
asserted the people could get anything
they wanted by going after It.
Director Taylor described tho benefits
which would come through the pro
posed transit system, and a warning
to Coatello was given in his declara
tion that any one who attempted to
thwart prompt action In establishing tho
high-speed system would be regarded by
the people as a common enemy and
dealt with accordingly,
PIRECTOR TAYLOR'S ADDRESS.
That the audience agreed was shown
by the .prolonged applause which greeted
this statement. In the course of his
address the Director said In part:
"I come before you to fully Inform you
'wlth'relatlon to certain facts which vitally
affect your Interests, and to ask for your
aid in tho effort which I am making In
"Adequate, rapid transit facilities con
necting up every Important section of the
city with every other important section of
tho city for one 5-cent fare are Imme
diately required for public service.
"The city Is now fully qualified by law
and financially to establish such facili
ties In a manner which will eliminate the
existing, discriminations against persons
and localities, adequately serve the traveling-
publics and produce profitable returns
to the City Treasury and to the citizens.
"You have the power, through your
representatives In City Councils, to estab
llstrthese facilities forthwith, and I shall
ask you tonight to exercise that power
and gain for yourselves the required re
lief without further delay.
"Detailed plana and specifications for
the reeommended high-speed system will
be ready for work to commence on the
actual construction early In 19)5, and
there should be no delay In starting
At this point Director Taylor explained
the transit program and what It provided.
Continuing, ha said:
The proposed rapid transit program
also provides for free transfers to passen
gers using both the surface and high
spsed lines In a forward direction in mak
ing a complete Journey for one 5-cent
"It contains a stipulation -specified by
the officials of the Philadelphia Rapid
Transit Company providing for the rais
ing by the Union Traction Company of
only such funds as will be required for
the, normal extension of the existing sur
face system under proper restrictions
when, and as necessary, upon which
funds? Interest will be allowed at f per
PROTECTS EXISTING SYSTEM.
Tho Department of City Transit has
gone tho limit to afford reasonable pro
tection to the eilstlpg system. In con
sideration of its co-operation in establish
ing and operating the new rapid transit
facility In a, manner which will best
serve the public.
"The Philadelphia Rapid Transit Com
pany has stated that it will have to rely
upon the Union Traajlon Company to aid
in securing only sueh funds as will be
required for the normal extension of the
existing syotera-the requirement for
whist; will ba greatly Usaooed by- the es
labllshmeat of the new high-speed lines.
The Union Traction Company has not
agreed to this proposition, whlcH was
formulated on May SI, 1914. '
"You all understand that the existing
Kbraco system must be extaadad. as tp
tNar grows, by some 004.
"Who sbouU put up the saaey for
MtaaMoo i a question between
tlpltla Rapid Transit Cocbmav
tbe Unl&a Traetlon Comeasy.
atroot railway company wtucb eon-
tMiM all at t& ivaUabU avenues for
ffltmpTi" transportation throughout the
ofiy 1. In fact, a monopoly and cannot
Mejaful! decline to extend tU surface
fJkyt waa and as rsnaaanMy re
litf tt t pwsllc naceasltjr it is
iuUtoiwC' tkt u.-.- i,offl vt JRhUaAel
yUjn vill fvi i Mj?eiit uj!ert ftiiihs.
delay Ih securing the necessary high
speed system.. , , .
"This Is what It will mean to you In
tlmr-savlng1 ... .
"Upori tho completion of the Broad
street subway and the other recom
mended high-speed lines the time required
to travel from Broad and Spring Garden
streets will be reduced as follows-
"To City Hall, from 8 to 6 minutes,
a saving of 8 minutes to the round trip,
"To League Island, from 35 minutes
to 20 minutes, a saving of SO minutes
on the round trip.
"To 65th street and Woodland avenue,
from 37 minutes to 21 minutes, a sav
ing of 32 minutes on the round trip.
"To 62d and Market streets, from 29
minutes to IB minutes, .a saving of 8
minutes on the round trip.
"To Olncy, from 42 minutes to 22 min
utes, a savins of 3d minutes on tho round
trip. , ,
"To Logan (Olney avenue) from 3T min
utes -to 22 minutes, a saving of 30 min
utes on the round trip.
"To Gernlantown and Chctten nVonlio
from. 41 minutes to 30 minutes, a sav
ing of 23 minutes on the round trip.
"To Roxboroiigh (Levcrlngton nvenue),
from 4SH minute to 32 minutes, n sav
ing of 33 'minutes on the rfttind trip.
"To Fratikford (Arrott street), from 415
minutes (o 31 minutes, a saying of 27
minutes on tho round trip.
"To Market streot ferries, from 13 min
utes to 13 minutes, a saving of 12 min
utes on the round trip.
"The Intolerable congestion on tho ex
isting surface lines will be eliminated.
EXCHANGE TICKET DISCRIMINA
TION. "The Illegal discriminations Imposed
against persons and localities by tho
exchange ticket charge will be elimi
nated under the terms of the program
as arranged between the Department of
City Transit and the odlclnls of .the
Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company If
the same be adopted, othormlso they will
be eliminated by duo process of law.
"The Department of City Transit has
divided the city Into trafllc sections,
generally one mile square. Your section
Is No. IS. A very small portion of tho
14th Ward extends boyond It.
"This section Is bounded on tho cast
by Sth street, on tho west by 20th street,
on tho south by Callowhlll street nnd on
the north by Thompson street.
"Tho population of your section In 1012
was 6G.700. The assessed valuation of
real estato Included therein Is 16,D31,223,
equaling J100.3S3 per acre.
"Tho dally street passenger railway
travel between your section and tho vari
ous sections of tho city Is ns follows:
Central buslnei. district ... ,....12,200
South Philadelphia 11,000
North Philadelphia (between Allegheny
avenue and Cntlowlilll street and the
two rliera) n2,.10O
West Philadelphia 12,400
Northeast trstton rKenelnitton, Rich
mond Frarkford. ttrldnsbiirir. etc.) . 0,000
Northern and north suburban section
(Tlosn, 01nv, Fox Chase, Chestnut
Hill. Polham. Roxborough, rails of
Schuylkill. Manayunlt, etc.) s. 10.000
Locilly, within jour section 2.C0O
"Thus, on an average, 109,100 passen
gers travel dally within, out of and Into
your trafllc section on tho street cars.
Tho passengers who travel Into nnd out
of your trafllc section will be saed
303,000 hours per year by the high-speed
system, which, valued at 15 cents per
hour, will equal a saving of $16,200 per
"Tho abolition of tho discriminatory ex
change ticket charge will save the pas
sengers traveling within, to and from
your trafllc section 133,000 per year.
"Tho city Is bound to grow. The ques
tion Is, Shall tho population be properly
distributed over a wide area In Individual
homes, with pleasant surroundings, or
shall It bo concentrated In flats nnd tene
ments near the centres of employment?
"Philadelphia Is going to develop hef
natural advantages and commercial facili
ties In u way which will adequately pro
vldo for the necessities, prosperity and
comfort of the people! this city's excep
tionally strong financial position and vast
resources, coupled with the courage and
energy tt thecitlzens,-wlll carry-through
"Now Is the time to proceed.
"Scores of thousands of men are out of
work. They do not want charity. What
they want Is employment, and the city
can give them employment promptly on
tho construction of the recommended
"Further1, tho city In seizing Its op
portunity in a businesslike manner can
save very largely on the construction
cost of the lines, owing to the business
depression and the present low prices
of materials resulting therefrom.
"The manufacture of the materials and
the work pertaining to the construction
of the high-speed lines will provide prof
itable employment for tens of thousands
of people, and thuB be a factor In re
establishing prosperous conditions In
Philadelphia and elsewhere,
"It seems unjust that the -working
people In the densely populated sections
of the city, who have no money to waste
and little time for leisure, should be
called upon to contribute their share In
taxes toward the upkeep and enlarge
ment of parks and other attractions
which they cannot enjoy.
"We must be fair to them and secure
to them their rights by affording them
adequate transit facilities which will
give them the necessary opportunity for
convenient and economical travel to and
from every point In Philadelphia with
out any undue discrimination against
them In cost or In" time required to
This broad policy will bring bound
less returns to the people In time-saving,
In prosperity, In pleasure and In com
fort, I want them to stand shoulder to
shoulder with mo In forcing this Issue,
which means so much to them, to an
immediate and successful conclusion."
MAGISTRATE REMITS FINE
Death of Child Cause of Removal of
Hugh Holllday, 32 years old, of 2328
North Oak street, waa arraigned before
Magistrate Emely todax, charged with
beating a horse over trie head. The ar
rest was made last Saturday on com
plaint of Mrs. Elizabeth Schoeahut. wife
of a toy manufacturer. Magistrate Em
ely fined hlra 10.
"I have no money," said Holllday
"Don't you work steadily?" asked the
"Yes, I do," replied Holllday, "but I
spent all the money I had In burying my
child who died a few days ago,"
Magistrate Emely then remitted the fine
and Holllday went back to work.
OFF TO WATERWAYS MEETING
Large Party pf Business Men At
tend Elvers and Harbors Congress.
Nearly three-spare representative busi
ness rnsn from this city are leaving to
day for Washington to attend the Na
tional Rivers and Harbors Congress,
which convenes tomorrow Congressman
J. Hampton Moore, president of the At
lantic Deeper Waterway Association
and Eturreli Shuater. its secretary, went
to the capital city yesterday to estab
lish headquarters for the local representa
tives. The convention Is scheduled for
I I !! IIWIIU ll,
Prisoner Pleaded Guilty t,o Pour In
dictments. A sent, of four years and six months
la the County Prison wM,iasd on
Tony Rs4 t4y by JudjM Past, in
Quarter SajM Court, after the &fo4
M had pldd guilty to four bills of
Indictment charging buzftory
Roast was arrwtod on Nombr 5R,
while robbing taa fur store of Cotton
Brothers, m South Hb. auoot He nan
fc.jOUI BCOSuHi IQ jA0r vindo of
Li Verinita, DH stoutb Hit etreot. and
UksB a sir .' ;tUttU furs.
STOnn OPENS SlSO A. m. and closes at C P. St.
at ail on. pit o jib orders filled
We Are Ready for Christmas ! And Ready to Help BiarepV
The Most Fashionable
Weaves at Lowest Prices
1 "Length of silk IntrnTleiffor JtlftR I
tHI lie neatly lioieil upon Tequct,
$1.75 Crepe dc $1 OC
40-Inch width. Heavy, pure silk qunl
Ity In splendid variety of the prettiest
new ovenlng nml streot shades. Ex
tremely fnshlonable for waists,
Reautlful, rich silks In tho latest
French shades; also black; 40
$2.00 Satin $1 QQ
Stnmlnrd quality: they aro elegant,
rich, lustrous silks In black nnd col
ors; 36 Inches wide.
$2.50 Imported Chif- $1 QQ
t on Taffeta Silks X .J70
Vory fashionable for now nnd early
Spring. Smooth, line grade In splen
did vnrtety of colors: 30 Inches wide.
FIRST FLOOR, SOUTH
H ATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE
Market Double Yellow Trading Stamps With Every 10c Purchase Until Noon filbert
Eighth AFTER THAT, UNTIL CLOSING TIME, SINGLE STAMPS Seventh
Gifts bu the Lemon
Invite Your Selection
MAKE out your Christmas list
commence your shopping hero
TODAY. We doubt If there is any
thing you could desire that's not con
tained in these vast sind carefully
chosen holiday and staple stocks and
Our Prices Aro Always
Save the Yellow Trading Stdmp
full books of them are exchangeable
for acceptaoic gijte.
$2.50 Humidor, $ 59
'i w oL
SM !- KI.OOR,
Large size; cedar
lined Here Is ono of the
ou could give
yil J AfWisfli? C i in
Tmnortpcl Irish Point I.nco In
handsomo dcslnns scroll centros
and wldo borders, 3', yards Ioiir.
$2 Scrim $
Mnntifnrdirrrn' mirplit ntnrk.
Fine voile In wlilto nnd Arabian,
trimmed with novelty, Cluny or
Renaissance Inco edizo.
SnprflCfil ITntmle-forv Q1p '" """ t0 Sni,s,aetor,h Solvc Mm a Gift Prohkm and
UCUJICl! UUHUlOlCiy kjCUC Help the Housewife Make the Home Prettier for the Holiday.
; They aro good and dopcndnblo qualities, that fully measute up to tho goods for which you would ordinarily pay a full third more.
Curtains, Fancy Linens, Draperies and utility Boxes Are Included In the Tastefully Chosen Assortments
7Ec valuoa, 0-inch size, doz....B0c
$1.25 values, 12-inch, doz 75c
18c values, 6-inch, each 12&c
2Gc values, 9-inch, each 19c
60c values, 12-inch, each 35c
40c Drapery Madras,
yard 25c '
White and cream grounds In pretty
all-over designs with colored llprures
Interwoven. 30 Inches wide. Very
dainty window hangings.
$4.00 to $6.00 Single
Frott Frou portieres of inter
woven wood silk various colors
nnd destgnsi Also vclour" with
pretty brocaded borders.
$4.50 Utility $? O
Boxes . . . 0
Hffy" km iiiFTMl i.JMjJl
Like Mcctcti. Siie 30 inches Ions;,
1R inches hlffh nnd 18 Inches vrlde.
Strongly made frame covered
with Japanese mattlnsr nnd rein
forced with rattan. Brass han
dles, hinges and lid stays.
$1 Scarfs & Squares, 69c
lace trimmed, embroidered and
$1.75 Madras i Curtains,
Imported flno quality; all-over de
signs with borders In panel effects.
"i yards long.
$2 Fancy Pillows, $1.19
All-Linen Scarfs and Squares
Trimmed with laco In Cluny nnd
$1 values, 20x36 inches 79c
$1.25 valuos, 20x45 inches.... 89c
$1.50 values, 20x54 inches... ,98c
"Wood silk top In qulto a variety of
designs and colors, with figured Ar
mure back to match. Well filled.
59c Scarfs & Squares, 38c
Embroidered, hemstitched and
Gifts of Jewelry and Silverware
ARE CONSIDERABLY UNDER THE USUAL PRICES HERE
.$1.75 to $7.50 Neck
$5 to $22.50 La Vallieres
$3.98 to $19.98
Beautiful pendants set with dia
monds or pearls. All on solid gold
Chains, $1.25 to $5.98
Solid gold; rope or link style;
various lengths. For lockets,
$25 Mesh Bags, $15
Sterling sliver ring mesh;
fnncy engraved nnd pierced
frames; bright or French gray
finish; all soldered links.
Men's $6.50 to $15.50 Stone Set
Rings, $4.98 to $12.98
Single or three stones In plain or Men's & Women's $2.75
chased rings. Reconstructed ruby, , ,j.10 yti . ,.-.. ct
tonaz. sannhlre. eariiet. etc. to SlZ.t lVianiCUfC Sets,
Women's $15 Solid
Gold Watches, $12.98
14-karat plain polished open
face case, nttcd with Elgin
Men's $10 Gold-FHled
Open-face style. J'laln or fancy
cases; guaranteed for twenty
years. American movements;
guarnntocd for one year.
$18 to $115 Bar Pins,
$15.50 to $95,
Set with pearls, pearls-and-sapphtres
- - v
$2 to $6 Bar Pins,
$1.50 to $3.98
rialn. Roman or English fin
ish; nlso hnnd-engrnved or engine-turned
$9.50 to $18 Vanity
Combination vanity coin
nnd card cases. Beautiful
designs: hand-engraved or
FIRSTTLOOR, EIGHTH AND
$1.98 to $9.98
Sterling sllvor, bright 6r oxi
dized llnlsh, fancy designs,
also engraved or cnglno
turned. Nicely boxed.
ware Bright finish, plain or fancy
so to si.1.30 vnfJin'Aiti.r.
niSIIKS I'lnlted or nickel
silver. S4.CO lo S0.08.
$2 to S6.7G Uutter DIMies, I
Sl.no to S5.50
S3 to Jl Casserole DUbrs.
S2.no to S2.0S
2 to 12.50 Dread Trnys.
91.50 to so.no
S7 to 142 Tea Seta, $5.50 to 835
;8M.ffiSffl Gift of FURS
For our great December sale we are disposing of some $75,000 worth at $60,000 and
every article is backed by our broad guarantee. You have choice from all of the most
beautiful styles in both coats and small furs.
$25 Brussels Lynx Sets
Extra largo muff and novelty neck piece both made of selected lustrous
skins, handsomely lined and trimmed.
:$40 Russian Pony Coats $OR
' Handsome garments of selected Chapelle dyed moire skins, made
, three-quarter length, in new ripple effect richly lined with Skin
i ner's satin and many finished with Civet cat collars.
$12.50 Brussels $7 CA I $15 French $1 A 7C
Lynx Muffs OU Seal Muffs. . 1U,'
$20 Skunk Opossum Muffs, A 7K
; pillow shape ,,, '
$15 White Iceland $Q QO
Fox Sets v70
$30 Red $1Q 7C
Fox Seta X7.0
$40 Handsome Black $09 75
Fox Sets ,
$40 French $29.75
Seal Sets. .
$50 Selected Skunk $OQ 7E
Raccoon Sets.... Ji7.J
Slippers Are a Nice Gift
EVERYONE LIKES A NEW PAIR FOR CHRISTMAS
SHOES, TOO, AT SAVINGS
J 1 &?tt!&&2&k$&Hgm xw
riv nl Vv W iw&cS'T Rij Jjfr
N3.. V w N ?P rrjff
Men's Slippers : Romeos,
Operas and Everetts
SH.50 S-1 no
red and SO
green.. .. J
Women's and Children's
nillllOV AND FUH-TIU3IMED
S3 Vnluen, sizes 3 - A(
J1.50 Kinds',' Vlxes'l'iu" Qgc
SI, 25 V i'l'u'e '," 'size's' " V$i 'oft.
to 11H , OJC
31 Value, sizes 6 l7Q
to 8 iiJC
Women's $3,50 Shoes,
Patent coltskln, gun-metal calf
and glazed kldskin; button, laco
and Blucher; tipped and plain
toes; all style heel and toe
shapes. Sizes 2Vi to 8, widths D
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
Men's $3.50 to $6 Shoes, I
Button, lace and Blucher, In all
leathers. Sizes 6 to 10 In lot. No
mnll or 'phone orders.
Various colors, with padded soles.
Women's, misses' and children's. In
cluding Puss in the Boot, Soldier
Boy and others,
SI Slipper (sizes 6 to S). ...... ,70c
81.25 Value (sizes 8!i to 11) 80c
S1.S0 Value (size's lUi to S) 08c
Lamh's-wool Insoles; various colors
"Women's 51.30 Value QQ-
(sizes 3 to 8).. , 30C
3IUse' l3 Value on.
(sizes 11H to 2)...,,.,..Oi7C
Children's SI Value 7Q
(sizes G to 11) iifC
For the; 're; nmonR the most appre
ciated of Clirlstiuna kK(.
Kid Gloves, $1
kid In black, white
.Fotetiea beat make
Two-clasp style: pique
sewn; Paris point and
flat embroidered back;
black, white and colors,
nlso black with white
and wlilto with black
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS IN
Hosiery and Underwear
Dainty, intimate Gifts that every woman appreciate).
$1 and $1.50 Silk Stockings J9C
Majority are of the better grade.
All-silk or cotton tops and soles. Have high-spliced
heels and are first quality.
Famous "Onyx" brand In black.
Other celebrated makes in white and colors.
Women's $2.50 Vests $1.98
Heavy Venetian silk In pink and white; beautifully em
broidered. Have dainty beaded edge and are reinforced
Misses and Boys' $1.25 $1
Tan, white and black; P. X. 31.
Men's $1.50 Cape Gloves
Tan shades; P. X. M. sewn; spear and
Paris point backs.
ChUdren's $1.50 Kid & $1
Buck Gauntlets A
Tan and gray; neece-llned
TIRST FLOOR, 8TH ST. SIDE
Some splendid economies in thinga that will be
RAZORS ... 0.70
11 lade, half dozen
in package, 1CJ,
dozen ....... T'vJV
mode, one dozen
In package, ,7Iir.
60c Sample Pen
SSc Manicure Sets, OC
UU PERFUMES Cf
in fancy box OUC
SBC TOll.KT "TC
WATER, bottle O C
HOSE LEAVES 1 OK
variety of odors, Cfl
bottle .... OUC
EXTRACTS, in all the
popular odors, In QR-,
fancy boxes AwC
FIRST FLOOR. SOUTH
OUt Speciah at Price Bavinga
$25 Postal $1 n
Bicycles. .. "
I wunout a. uouui mo
' best bicycle value In
this whole city. Thor
oughly up-to-date In
part of it finest in
material and con
with mud guards and
high - grade tires,
fully guaranteed for
a year Coaster
Brake J 3.60 extra.
. 1 1
Boys' $25 $17 en
Bicycles... L ' ,OU
Complete with Coaster Brake.
These are for boys up to IS years
old fully equipped with the latest
style handle bars, easy saddle anil
Men's S3 to $5 $0
Coat Sweaters . ,
A clearance I
Bvery size in loL but not all
colors in eaoh size.
Children's $2 Sweaters, 65c
Small lot for children of 4 to 8
years. Come in oxford gray and
ail nuvo lmsKnus.
$2.50 Roller $1 AQ
Famous Wlnslow make, ball
bearing, clameed toe and strap
heel. Adjustable to fit any size
snoe. yor qmn wy w.r,
Boys' $2.50 Scout $1 7C
Bxaat reproduction of a scout
Mna. t.nuR.r. hat
UaeG i heavy grade olive drl
A. J. RKACH UAHANTHD f
FOOT HALLS . . v-jS.
r,oVBLVMD BUKCWU. fcl fif
1K BAGS WltUVJ
SOIINti OLOViW, Ml ol ifr-f s-n
& J. J
and for Gifts
Two Specials Delightfully Dainty and Each Sketched
$3 Flowered $
Lace Waists ....
With wide panels of lace; founda
tion and vest of chiffon and up
standing silk collars.
$5 Crepe de
Chine Waists . .
White and pink with accordion
plaited panets, high military col
lars and dainty turnovers of satin
at neck and wrist.
Men's $1,25 Col- Qgc
lar Bags -
Suede or kid; soft pouch effect,
easily carried for traveling or
practical us. Some with button
Beautiful variety In the newest mod-
mw oat BOOK SI)1C UlUVir
$8 Bags, $4.98
lined In dalRty ootar4 silk, vanity
fittings, mwest calling shapes.
Men's $2 Leather Goods
Card cas. wallets, pass easy and
bill books (a al or morocco lsatner
In variety of ? Name lampd on
qfUW A. v.
$6 to $18 Traveling Bags
$5 to $14.98
tVt Bad of Areade.
Black wsJyus grain bans in full
Kglih Oxford cut. leather lined,
sotn with band- wad frames V4
swd uornr, made with heavy
bras lock and catches Sixes for
men and women
FIR8T FLOOR, 81GHTH 3T SIOB
ul . . .
Uood, sturd) umbrellas of
mercerized gloria, with
mission, natural wood and
fancy handles. IS to 34
Children's $1 7 fi
Fine quality glori.a;
Slain and fancy han-lw.
IMPORTANT NEWS OF
At Lower Prices Than You Would
Expect at This Stason. of the Year
Will Gwct You in
Our Toy Section
Where you will
upon thousands of
dolls, toys, games,
in fact, everything
that the children
And you, mothers
and fathers, will
be delighted, too,
and gratified at
WOMBN'S have script initials
Regularly 75c K(n
Half Dozen . . . OUi'
MEN'S have block initials and
Regularly $1 7--Half
Dozen ... '
Doll., 32 inch,
ChUdren's 51. SO Umbrellas, 98c
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Men's and women' pur linen ones.
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