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Oil. fcOBD, BEVIVE THY WORK'
Hie subject of Ills sermon was "Tho
Xwl'Ot Revivals." Ito took as his text,
-0 Iiord, revlvo Thy work."
tho sermon follows:
'Somebody asks, 'What Is a revival?'
nnvlval Is a tmroly philosophical, com.
Mort-eense result of tho wise use of ill
finely nppolnlert means, Just the aahio
li water will put out a flroj tho snme
IS food will appease your hunger, Just
fT- ...mn na witter will slake your thirsts
!Mt is ft philosophical common-sense use
"nf divinely appointed means to aoccm
i ?,.. iint and. A revival Is Just as munh
r hnrto flnsn an that.
I' ... ..it.nl ta tint mn.tnrlni If. flnna t,nf
Amend UDon 'material mta.ne. It Is a
fLlun lda that there Is something pe
culiar In l. Hi? K cnnnot uo Judged by
ordinary rule, causes and effects. That
i nonsense. Abovo your head there Is
Bit clect'lo llcht: that Is effect. What Is
tho caus"? Wh' tho dynamo. Religion
can be judged on tho same basis of cause
nd effect. If you do a thing, results
Always como. Tho results como to tho
farmer, Ho has to plow and plant and
tako care of It before tho crops come,
5ust tho samo ns tho results of divinely
appointed means It with religion.
NEEDS HORSE (SENSE
"JIoIIbIop iifds a baptism of horse
ense. That Is Just puro horso sense. 1
hellov ttmra is no doctrlno more dan
croa to tho church today than to con
vey the Impression .that a rovlval Is some
thing peculiar In Itself and cannot ho
Judged by the same rules of causes and
trfoct as other things, If you preach
that tho farmers If you go to a farmer
and say God will glvo you crops ohly
when It pleases Him and It Is no uso for
you to plow your ground and plant your
crops In tho spring; don't you know that
God Is a sovereign and won't glvo you
v0ur crops; that Is nil wrong1, and If you
t.nrli that doctrlno and expect tho
farmers to bcllovo It this country will
starve to death In two years Tho
churches have been preaching somo false
doctrlnos and religion has died out.
"Somo people think that religion is a
good deal like a Btorm. They Bit around
and fold their arms and that Is what Is
the matter. You alt In your tfewa so
easy that you become mildewed. Such
results will bo suro to follow If you are
persuaded that religion Is something mys
terious and no natural connection be
tweop the means and tho end. It has .1
natural connoctlon of common sense and
I bollcvo that whon divinely appointed
means aro used spiritual blessing will ac
cruo to tho Individuals and tho com
munity in greator numbers than tem
poral blessings. Tou can have spiritual
blessings. You can havo spiritual bless
ings as regularly as tho farmer can havo
corn, -wheat, oats, and you can have po
tatoes and onions and cabbago In your
garden. I believe' that spiritual results
will follow more surely than temporal
blessings. I don't bcllovo all this tom
myrot of false doctrines. You might as
well Bit around beneath tho shado and
fan yourself and say 'Ain't It hot? as to
expect God to glvo you a crop If you
don't plow tho ground and plant the
need. Until tho church resorts to tho
uso of divinely nppolntcd means it won't
' get the blessing.
WHAT A REVIVAL DOES
"What Is a revlvnl?Now listen to me.
A revival docs two things. First, it re
turns tho church from her backsliding;
and, second, It causes tho conversion of
men and women; nnd It always Includes
the conviction of sin on tho part of tho
' church. What a spell the dovlt seems to
cat over the church today!
"I supposo the people hero aro pretty
fair representatives of the church of God,
and If every body did what you do thero
would never be a rovlval. Suppose I did
,,pd more thun you do, then no peoplo
wouia ever bo convcrtcu tnrougn my
, efforts: I would fold my arms and rust
out. A revival help3 to bring tho un
v taved to Jesus Christ.
1" "God Almighty never Intended that tho
' devil should triumph over the church. Ho
I' never Intedcd that tho saloons should
if walk roughshod over Christianity. And
f- It you think that anybody Is going to
( frighten me, you don't know mo yet.
'$ "1 will cram It down their throats in
li; tnls town for tho miserable lies they
V lltlrt flfntnat mn nn nn1 Hr,ti iYta affAfa
of this city. Don't you forget It. You bet
JftUr life. You bet, and they will get It.
"When Is a revival needed? When the
Individuals aro careless and unconcerned.
If tho church was down on her face In
1 prayer they would bo moro concerned
y with the fellow outside. Tho church has
1 degenerated Into a third-rate amusement
' Joint with religion left out.
"i "When Is a revival needed? When care
lessness and unconcern keep tho peoplo
ABlftPn. Tfr In mnet h .Int.. nf fl.a fllinnli
- to awaken ana work and labor for the
men ana women of this city as It Is the
duty of tho firo department to arouso
when the call sounds. What would you
think Of thn flrn rlnrhiicnt nf PMIn.lol-
1. phla If It slept while the town burned?
I 9U would condemn It and I will condemn
' you If you sleep and let men and women
o to hell. It Is Just as much your busl
j,, nets to bo awake. The church of God is
J!eep today; It Is turned Into a dorml-
y, ana nas taken the devil's opiates.
WICKEDNESS OF WICKED
"When may a revival be expected?
)Hen the Wlpbf'Hn,aa rF (tin uf.lrari
trlives and distresses th Christian.
Sometimes people don't seem to mind the
id of other people. Don't seem to mind
ftnllfl hnvn nn1 nlln ...nll. 41.- - --
j&Sfir city ana know more of evil than
m&l , . " ls a revival needed? When the
BV,??"8 1,ave tlle BP'rlt of prayer.
mi the want of revival and feel the
?7.of lt' Men navo had this feeling,
jaioitlers have had It until they thought
W would die unless a revival would
f. .' toLawalo their people, their stu
..? i thelr dcons aJid their Sunday
eoool workers, unless they would fall
i tbelr faces and renounce tho
?. 5d tho works of deceits of the
it. 1 . When tno chureh of God draws
""Patrons from the theatre the theatres
i. - up' or olBO tttHo tho dirty, rotten
Plays off the stage.
'When the. -1 t. . j ..
S- ta...?10"1' the saloon will go to hell.
their hm.- "It"" Dl"1'."'lY'nB,i""" "
s'lil.nti won i do so mini
, 'MMeSfed gamblers In tha wprld. This
fAi,i! tniUl' can't sit around and
hV..f r "" Ml t God run; this busi
nwe.' wi have been Ioms tnat x lone
Xf LLr"" "lay a. revival po ejcpecioui
VTn .phrlstlans confess their sins one
gneral way, but they have no earneat
uI tby Bet up and do It In eloquent
Srh?"3. but that doesn't do lt It Is
SS .1. . y brea1 dow" a"d y " D0Ur
ff their hearts to God In rref, when
J floodyates aro open, then I want to
- ,rvu lIJq qovh W1, hav cojfl reet.
DBSPISEa TOTirnrv PKnpriH.
"When may a revival be exnected?
the Wickedness of the wicked
ve and distress the Church, When
we willing to make a sacrifice for
revival; when you are wtlllns to
iflCA VA11I fAAlln-u l.i Bav 'Oh.
Bu, Air. Hlinila, t... fAMntra '
n don't spread them all over his
i-u4cia ror men to walk on. 1 flespise
tuchy wuin or woman. Jlaka a. sacrt-
our reelings; roaie a saerince oi
uusinessi. of your Ume. of your
y. Von mm wllllncr tn trlvn in llftlD
dvane God's cause, for God's cause
lQ h&va mnnftu h soma, atf a mUrtniA
ILJimKblp company. When you tv
2 your lqdoMwneat and Ume d
- eowebo4y ha got Kt,tin t
li&fr And hajtanu bultAi unot for t08
thrtr 8lS wi.nd Mk 'orglveness for
God shafi' hhen. you nro w'nnlOB that
means or in'.?"10'6 ftnd U9e whatever
methods hB.S.lr.U,ment,! ot 'nnlvlduals or
Zhcl $VJ5 fc promote
""" i no cannot
k uu juiigmcnt of the methmla n,t tv..nn.
vvl rh n ft'"1?.10 "romoto "
method or .,d Alm'ent' may uso any
Pleas?. ?n lCina ,or lnavldual that Ho
rV... ort,er to Promote a revival.
n. "ovlval SSL?"1 teU whe' you need
have nn J0", cnn teU whether you
God shoulS .tW ,y yo.u ,mve Bl ne. If
m nn ud ,l yU !l8tcrB nMd l-reachcrs
1 ehouM ' nrimV?lce' aro you wUllrifr that
1 b iou id promote a rev val by uslmr nnv
tTZZttr r "vld"M language
Vliatif t0 l,se t0 Promote It?'
tW. . ? V? your answer. Yes? Then
?oS don'Ml Jf v U82 om th"8 'a"
How rl ' e' You havo no business to.
unTonr Zu" promo10 a revival? Break
up 1 our fallow ground-tho ground that
produces nothing but weeds, briers, "fn
grSm.Snthn1j,rLC,t ba!8', " sreund Is
frou In,. atovcr 'a a Blow In It. De-
had lhol,Iay0r,,PJn8rco' when th0 city
pad thousands nnd thousands of acres of
he 0fWynd,- Thi8 wnB '"Ken over by
Hie municipal government nnd planted
Po'n'r oWC.Uh Wh,Ch thCy "ed
EAMOW GROUND HEUE
"There aro Individuals who have never
lone anything for Jesus Christ, and I
have no doubt thero nro preachers as
well, who havo never done anj thing for
tho God Almighty. T. iro nro acres and
acres of fallow ground hero In Philadel
phia that havo never been touched. Iook
enTl.Un,,P,n8,t,"f0' ,00k ovcr ur Pre
Pi ,h 1 1 , m,ul futuro a'"1 lako up the In-
wm'.m 8lna, nna r,c,,c" ana Wer and
wrlto them down, a m....i " ...
will nover do. You havo committed your
sins, ono by one, you will havo to confess
them ono by one. This thing of saying.
God I am a sinner,' won't do.
1, J.iod J, Tn. a. eosslper In my neighbor
hood. Qod I havo been In my Ice box
wiille I nm hero listening to Mr. Sunday.
Yu aro u devil. Confess your Bins.
How can you promote a revival? You
women, if you found that your husband
was glv ng his lovo and attention to
some other woman nnd if you saw that
some other woman was encroaching on
his mind and heart, and was usurping
your place and was pushing you out of
tho plnce, wouldn't you grieve? Don't
you think that God grieves whon you
push him out of your life? You don't
treat God square. You business men
don't treat God fair. You let a thou
sand things como in and tnko tho place
that God Almighty had. No wonder you
nro careless. You blame God for things
that God Almighty has-for what you
havo no right to blame Him for. Ho la
not to blamo for nnythlng. You Judge
God. The spirit loves the Bible; the
devil loves the flesh.
"If you don't do your part, don't blame
God. How mnny times havo you blamed
God when you nro tho liar yourself? You
nro wont to blamo him for tho Instances
of unbelief that have como Into your life.
When should we promote a revival?
When thero ls a neglect of prayer? When
your prayers affect God? You nover
think of going out on the Btreet without
dressing. You would be pinched before
you went a block. You nover think of
going without breakfast, do you? I bet
thero are multitudes that havo como hero
without reading the Bible or praying for
"You can measure your desire for sal
vation by means of the nmount of self
denial you are willing to practice for
Jesus Christ. You havo sinned before
the church, before tho world, before God,
"Don't tho Lord have a hard time?
Own up, now.
. "There are a lot of peoplo in church,
doubtless, who have denied themselves
self-denial for comfort and convenience.
There aro a lot of people here who
never mako any sacrifices for Jesus
Chrlsti They will not suffer any re
proaches for Jesus Christ. Paul sayr, 'I
love to suffer reproaches for Christ.' Tho
Bible says, 'Woo unto thee when all
mankind speaks well of you.' 'Blessed
are you when your enemies persecute
you.' That Is one trouble in the churches
of God today. They are not willing to
suffer reproach for God's sake. It would
bo a Godsend If the church would suffer
persecution today; she hasn't suffered
it for hundreds of years. She is growing
rich and lagging behind. Going 'back.
"Pride? How many times havo you
found yourself exercising prido? How
many times havo you attempted pride of
wealth? Proud because you wore related
to some of the old families that sottled
In tho Colonies in 1776. That don't get
you anything. Not nt all. I have got aa
much to bo proud of as to lineage as any
ono; my great-grandfather was in tho
Revolutionary AVer; lost a leg at Brandy
wine, nnd my father was a soldier In the
"Envy! Envy of those that have more
talent than you. Envious because some
one can own a limousine Packard and
you have to ride a Brush runabout; en
vious because some women can wear a
sealskin coat and you a near-seal.
"Then there Is your grumbling and
faultfinding. When speaking of people
behind their backs, telling their faults,
whether real or Imaginary, and that ls
Blander. "When you sit aroundVand rip
people Aip behind their backs at your old
sewing societies, where you make mos
quito nets for the Eskimos and blankets
for the Hottentots; when you rip and
tear and discuss your neighbors nnd turn
the affair Into a sort of a great big gos
siping society, with your fault-finding,
grumbling nnd growling. There 1 Is a big
difference between levity and happiness
and pleasure, and all that sort of thing,
"irake up your mind, sissy, that God
has given himself up for you. I would
like to see something; some thundering
along that I would have more Interest In
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 10
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gVBOffl LEDaBB-PHILADBIjPHIA: TUESDAY: AVTTAnv
than I have In the cause of God Al
mighty! God has a right to tho first
Place. God's ls first, remember that.
"Multitudes of peoplo nro willing to bo
nnythlng thnt doesn't require any self
denial on their part to do It.
"I nm not a member of any lodge, and
never expect to he, but If I were a mem
ber of a lodge nnd there wbb a prayer
meeting and a lodgo meeting coming on
Wednesday night, I would be nt the
Prayer meeting Instcnd of nt the lodge
meeting. I nm not against tho lodges;
they do some good work In tho world,
but that don't Bavo anybody for God.
God Is first nnd business Is second. In
the beginning, Godl Thnt Is tho way tho
Blblo starts out and It ought to bo the
way Wth every living bclntf. In the be
ginning, God. Seek you first God nnd
everything clso shall bo added unto you.
Christianity Is nddlllon, sin ls subtrnc
tlon. Christianity Is pence, Joy, salvn
llJn, heaven. Sin tnkes away peace, hap
piness, sobriety, nnd It takes nwny health,
iou aro robbing God of the time thnt
you misspend. You aro robbing God
when you spend time doing somothlng
tnat don t nmount to nnythlng, when you
might bo doing somothlng for Christ,
jou nro robbing God when you go to
oollsh amusements, when you sit nround
rending trashy novels. Instead of tho
Word of God. Whon you sit and dream
over -Tho Lady of tho Lake,' 'When
Ivnlghthood Wns In Flower,' 'Ships That
Pass In tho Night,' or novels of Mario
CorcllI nnd eating fudge and panucho.
CURSE OE BAD TEMPER
" 'Oh, Lord, revlvo Thy worki
I have only two minutes more and
then I nm through. Bad temper. Abuso
your wife nnd abuse your children;
abuse your hurt-and; turn your old gat
ling gun tonguo loose. A ladv enmo to
me nnd Bald ,'Mr. Sunday, I know I
have a bad temper, but I am over with
it In a minute.' So Is tho shotgun, but
lt blows everything to pieces.
"And, finally, you abuso tho tele
phone girl because she doesn't connect
you In a minute.
"Bad temper. I say you nbuso your
wire, you go cussing nround If supper
Isii t ready on time; cussing becnuso the
coffee Isn t hot; you dig your fork into
a hunk of beefsteak, and put it on your
P'ato and then ou say: 'Where did you
get this. In tho harness shop? Tnko It
out and make a hinge for tho door.'
Then you go to your storo or office, nnd
smile, nnd overybody thinks you are an
angel about to sprout wings and fly to
tho Imperial realm above.
"Bad temper! You growl at your chil
dren; you anup and snarl around tho
houso until they have to go to tho
neighbors to sco a smile. Thev never
get a kind word no wonder so "many of
them go to tho devil quick. You growl
at your servants if they happen to como
to tho tablo nnd get on tho wrong aldo
COURT PRODS CREDITORS
Announces Berg Bros.' Business Will
Bo Sued Unless They Act.
Creditors dissenting to tho plan of
George H. Earlc, Jr., receiver for Berg
Brothers, for rehabilitation and con
tinuanco of tho business, havo been noti
fied through an order from the Common
Pleas Court that unless they ngreo to
Join in tho proposed plan of reorganiza
tion boforo January 2U the assets of tho
firm will be sold..
Claims against tho firm now amount to
W30.393, as more than $10,000 additional
claims were presented after Mr. Enrle
had filed his petition with tho court,
seeking odvlco and direction for further
proceduro as receiver of the business.
Mr. Enrle, In a letter to tho creditors,
inclosing tho court order, states his In
tention tp terminate the receivership ono
way or the other and expresses a de
sire that tho creditors will become con
vinced of the necessity of prompt action.
'25 JOIN BUSINESS BODY
"Booster's Day" Brings New Mem
bers to Passyunk Association.
Twenty-five new members were added
to tho .roll of tho Passyunk Business
Men's Association last night In Reynold's
Hall, Passyunk avenue and Moore street,
ac a result of "Boosters' Day," recently
held by tho association.
The North Philadelphia Business Men's
Association met at Germantown avenue
and Juniata street last night and elected
the following officers for tho ensuing year:
E. E. Zlegler, president: William L.
Clark, vlco president; George B. N.
Swift, secretary; Newton E. FTeod. finan
cial secretary, and George B; Kimball,
QUALIFIED EOR CITY POST
Phlladelphian First in Test for As
Three men qualified In tho recent ex
amination of the Civil Service Commis
sion for the position of first nsilstant
bacteriologist In the Bureau of Health.
The salary for the post Is J2000 a year.
Although the local residence requirement
rule was waived In the examination, a
Phlladelphian heads the list.
The ellglbles and their averages are:
Ira 'Aver. 3718 Jf. Grata rt., 02.0T.
J. Robbing Hean, 517 Aslibourno road, Aah-
iDourne. i-a., vw.
Charlfa v. Crastcr, 4S9 Homo
tank, N. T.. 75.03,
I'OCOXO MOUNTAINH. l'A.
TOBOGGANING at BUCK HILL
Rat Recuperation Recreation
THE WINTER INN Puck Hill falli, Ta.
CHARLESTON. B. C.
Dent for excluilvj ratronaso: orldnal Co-lonlsl-furnlahlnrar
Southern cooklni. yacht
tnr. olr. ttnnU. Mr. and Mra. J. R. Uertol.tl.
ROOM. WITH BATH. 1.60
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BT. APOPBT1NE, FLA.
THE BARCELONA "a'Af5 "ffiK
rrtrate Uthl axclualv. A. N. BUaln.
TWO HELD FOR ASSAULT
Accused of Scaling Foreigner nnd
Policeman Who Camo to Hcscue.
Charles Hunt, Jr., son of former Coun
cllman Hunt, who conducts a saloon at
218 Jtnrkct Btreet, ahd Oeorire Keller, 100.1
Newmarket street, woro arraigned beforo
JtflGlstrato Scott, In the Front nnd Master
ntreets stntlon this mornlnsr on the charge
of assaulting and beatlrur Special Police
man Daufmati on Now Tear's morning.
Ilhey wero each held under W ball for
The police havo been searching for the
men for several days, but were unable
to nnd thom until last night. It Is charged
that Hunt and Keller, with a number of
others, "bent up" a Hungarian nt 3d
nnd Poplar slrocls on Now Year's. When
Spoclnl Policeman Daufman interfered,
lt ls said, ho received like treatment.
When Mr. Hunt wns told of his son"a
predicament, he refused to aid him, say
ing' ho had done everything ho could In
tho past nnd would nro let tho law tnko
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PH0BE AUTO FATALITIES
Numbor of Accidental Deaths
1014 Aroued Court.
The rjrand Jury for this mohth wilt In
vestigate every death caused' by autemo.
biles. Kftorts to prevent this form ot
death will he made becauso of the In
creased number ot falalltlea resulting
from automobile accidents during 1914.
For tho year thero wert 83 cases ot
deaths by violence! CO of tho 82 were
killed by automobiles.
"When tho automobiles cause five
eighths of the deaths by violence It Is your
duty to be conscious of the rights ot clll
sens nnd protect them," said Judge Sulz
berger In charging tho Jury, of which
Charles A, Hexamcr ls foreman. "The
speed limit of 21 miles nn hour in tho city
limits does pot give tho automobile driver
tho right to kill pedestrians. If a cause
comes bofore you of a man being killed
at n street crossing, that caso should como
before a petit Jury. Neither, tho Coroner,
tho District Attorney nor you should have
tho right to exonerate such persons."
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effect. Trimming of lace or era
uroldery. $18 to $25 Sample Suits $Q
of a kind, but all sizes
In. Knnlish and
worsteds, Scotch tweeds, velours, fancy
diuo nna dihck surea; nuuusuiuoi?
98c J J
-mt m r
j i u
and $28.50 Kinds $
Balmacaans and Semi-Fitting
Brown, blue and gray chinchilla, fancy mixed
tweeds, blue and gray meltons, blue and black
$12.50 to $ VeiS!" and $18 $Q 7C
$15 Values O. O Values..... 0.J
auoway uso in mo nuoway
$26.50 510 7C
$28.00 and $30.00
I Men' 3 Pn" "re" na
I Tudo Sulti. (all sizes)..
Tin ae awwwvcn, ma.
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House Furnishing Specials
Kitchen Utensils Half Price
rVeat Serviceable Gray Enamel Ware
& TEA I'OTS. iU3
iioimnsi. , .
2-qt. IllIUH -I CO
i-ut. senun' ofio
$1,90 Gas Radiator, $1.49
Four tube. Jeweled front Will heat
large size room-
worsted yarn In
Full nieltel trimmed;
olid caat base, with
nwTAVVunwmv rnxvws at wwm smew-!
Accused of Deserting Husband nnd
Marrying Another Kan.
Ah lS-year-old girl accused of bigamy
will be arraigned for a hearing at tho
Federal llulldlng today. She Is Annie
Flurov, of lid Falrmount avenue. The
girl -was arrested Ijy Special Agent Nixon,
of the Department of Justice, and locked
up In City Hall overnight
A month ngo, according to the Federal
authorities, the girl left her husband In
this city and ran away to Baltimore with
a man named Lewis Itawles, of Ashevllle,
N. C. Sho imarrlcd Jilm, lt Is charged, to
save 'him from prosecution under the
M ami not.
Tho ceremony waa performed In the
Haiti more l'ostofllce nnd tho Government
1ms taken chargo of tho prosecution for
Paregoric Kills a Woman
An overdoso of paregoric, taken acci
dentally by Mrs. Hamh Wntklns, 45 years
old, of 813 Spruco street, resulted In her
death. Neighbors who happened to call
upon tho -woman heard her moaning. Blio
died heforo a physlclnn could bo summoned.
! MAIIi OR PIIONI3 OrtDEIlS FILLED
FREE OF CHARGE
January White Sale
the newest and prettiest styles aro
Of cambric or muslin, straight or
circular styles, several models of
skirt, trimmed with lnco. embroidery
or plains. Also Knickerbocker stylo;
open or buttoned on side.
Corset Covers 39c
Main Arcade and Second Floor
Of nainsook; some aro all-over cm'
broldory, others trlmmod with lace, em
broidery or ribbon. Sizes 3G to 4G Inches.
Of nainsook In variety of styles Empire effect,
high and V-neclc or slip-over model, trimmed
with nil-over laco, embroidery and ribbon.
Combinations, 98c to $1.98
Drawer-nnd-covor or covcr-nnd-sklrt; somo of all
ovor embroidery, others daintily trimmed with lace,
embroidery and ribbons.
$1.50 Crepe do Chine Camisofcs, 98c
Yolto front nnd back of shiulow laco beading and
ribbon. All sizes. Mkc Sketch.
$1.50 to $3 Flannelette
Gowns, 98c to $1.98
Pink and hluo stripes. Havo
double yokes; some uro high
neck, others "V" or squnre, trim
med with fancy braid and stitch
ing. $1.98 White Petticoats, 98c
Of Hheer materials, with deep
embroidery flounce. Or with lace,
heading nnd ribbon.
For Southern Wear
Daringly chic and certainly
of barnyard straw with
The transparent framclcss hat is another in
novation and usually in cool, dainty pinks.
blues or white.
i Tho jaunty poppy-hued millinery is another import
1 nut phase of tho collection.
$4.98, $5.98, $6.98 to $10
Choice and Exceptional Value
MILLINERT SALON. THIRD FLOOR
Among the Best Values in the January White Sale
Girls' White Dresses
$3.50 Sf QQ
$4.50 $0 QQ
$6.50 SO QQ
$7.50 $4 QQ
$10 to $1G.50 Values
$6.98 & $10
A very large and beautiful
'assortment of styles In
sian lawns, marquisettes
batiste, showing trimmings 01 lace,
broldory and ribbon.
Sketch, snowa une
Shea 0 to li
In This Great January Outelearing of
Curtains and Draperies
There Are Kinds and Prices That Will Merest
Every Housewifethe Majority Are Worth at
Least a Third More,
tl-qt. HUHLI1V Qtt'
1CI3TTLES . OO
(uso a no
Ysl.pr, 70Vid.lu'. UfO
SSe CretenoB ana t Si IJSo and 15e
Taffeta, yd AJV
23 to JlOo Scrim, "I -
Volte & Ktajalae.yd AUG
WJUj colored boider.
Rummnift ot thrO to td-l
centre gxato draft on
one. length, pipe aQ
.Minn .i,r iinri'ii i , ir miimi i j iiwli
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REMEMBERS BANK EHfH4ires
Will of tfemplo Bowdoin CH1r Xtmiil
' Employes Month's Salary,
Employes of Drexcl A Co, Mils tjHiv
and 3. P. Monran & Co.. Nw .K
profit to the extent of one month's Mtlibry
each by the will of Tenmla nhw.lr.ln. mm
filed for probate, which maKei-yer-5lej ;
ueorgs lorapia .uowaom, w eon, me,
ohlef beneficiary of a fortune of evet$
The will provides that each rnpld?
of the two banking- firms be given th
equivalent of one month's salary. Em
ployes who were In the oernonnl civrvt'k
of Mr. Ttowdoln for more than Ave yeftri
got ono year's salary, and thoso who h4
worked for him shorter terms' get )esefc
George Temple Bowdoin Is now a.
student at Qroton School. He 1 to bii
caucaiea out or a trust fund of JJ,00,0(.
When ho Is 21 years old he Is to get
$250,000 outright, J500.000 at 25 years, nd
the entire estato nt 30 years. An aunt,
Margaret 8. Klngsford, Is named guard"
Ian If she consents to keep the boy lr
this country. Otherwise J. P. Morgan,
brother-in-law of the testator, and Dan
iel P. Klngsford, tho executbrs, are to oe
como the son's guardians. .
Dainty Samples and Broken LoU
of Our Dcst'Sclling Styles.
They nro made
of lino voiles &
lawns, with tho
er y designs,
ings, poarl but
tons and chlo
net. One la
In the January White Salo
$6 and $7 Lyra $3
Choice of two splendid models
Coutll with medium bust
Long skirts. Slzoa 18 to 3ti.
$1.50 P. N. Cor- $1
Throo good stylos medium and
low bust, two and th'ree sets of
supporters. Sizes 19 to 3C.
$3 P. N. & It. & G. Corsets, $2
Coutll and batiste; lone Bklrt.
75c to $1.50 W. B. and Model
Brassieres and Bust Con
fin ers, '30c, 50c and 75c
Sizes 34 to is.
: Formal Opening
very original are those hats
kid or silk crowns
$7.00 $o en
$8.00 $A QEJ
$9.00 $fi QC
$14.50 to 30 Vqluea
57.50 & ?9.50
Sixes 6 to J4 years frf
lra o'VJJ I
$2 Scrim Curtains, Pair. .$1 1Q
Fine voile In white and Arabian, J. & ?
trlmrond with lace; 3H yards long.
Lac Curtains 3 and 3V& Yards law
IRISH POINT CURTAINS
5 Va'uc, Q818JSO 9.43, 10 ValB,y.8
,T,,.. O lvalue, pair Ipalr
Some Curtains Slightly Soiled From HandHg
VALUE J'AIH.. 4.98 I VALUE PAUL. 598
13 VL OQtiaour-
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