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EVENING EEPGER-PHTE-ADEEPHia;, FRIDAY, JUDY 2, 1915;
AI FORTI DI GORIZIA
Sottomarino Austriaco Af
fondato da un Aviatore
Lenta ma Sicura, l'Avan-
zata su Tutto il Fronte.
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IIOMA, Lugllo 2.
rjisperatt combattlmenll sono In corso
' cut front dl bnttaglla orientate, o precls
" amente nel sottoro dl QorUla, dovo le
truppo Italians lottano per nprlrsl la
llrada verso Trieste. Oil ltallanl doml
tinno le poslzloni elevate sulla rlva oocl
dentate dell'Isonzo, ma b11 austrlacl fan 10
frequcntl nttacchl nella sporanza dl moj
(tarnetl. Dal rapportl gluntl oggl dal fronto dl
battaglia si rlleva cho nel hoIo combat
tlmento svoUobI cola mercoledl' scorso
git austrlncl, che avovano attaccato,
Usclarono sul terreno 1200 mortl.
II Mlnlstero della Marina ha annunclato
oggl cho un avlatoro francese ha bom
bardato cd affondato nel Mare Adrlatlco
U sottomarino austriaco "U-ll."
Qucsta o' la scconda volta cho un sotto
marlno vlene affondato da un aeroplane
Pochl glornl fa 11 govorno tedesco annun
clava lnfattl cho un avlatoro tcdeBCO
avova affondato un sottomarino russo nel
IV "U-ll" era uno del plu' nuovl som
merglblt austrlacl o spostava circa. SGO
tonneltatc. portando a bordo un cqulpag
glo dl circa 26 uomlnl. Fra Btato varato
ncll'anno scorso. ..... ,
In quest! crcoII dlplomatlcl non si
presta fedo al alia notlzla dl una lm
mlntnto rottura dl rapportl tra la Qer
manla o la Svlzzern. La 'Qormanla ln
fattl avrebbo tutto da perdero e nulla da.
guadagnare da un conllltto con la
Svlzzcra, glaccho' vorrebbo a perdero la
sua prlnclpalo via dl rlfornlmcnto.
Notlzle glunto oggl alia Legazlono
montencgrlna dlcono che le truppo aerbe
niarclano nell'Albanla centralo per cftet
tuarc una conglunzlono con lo forzo
jnontcnegrlne cd nttaccnro qulndl II porto
albancso dl Alcsslo.
11 Mlnlstero dolla Guerra annunclava
lerj sera che lo tnjppo ltallano hanno oc
ci'pato la lmportanto poslzlono dl Ben
IrklskandenJ, cho domlna Plozzo, a nord
ovest til Tolnilno, mentro nel scttoro dl
Tonnlc rurtlgllerla itallana ha lnlzlato 11
bombardamento delle poslzloni austrlacho
dl Jlontlcillo e dl Saccagnana.
Nel settoro dell'Isonzo s! sono avute
ploggle coal' toirenzlall che lo trlnceo sono
tato truBformato In vcrl torrentl. Suite
Alpl Carnlche, a Monto Croco ed al Pal
riccolo gll austrlacl hanno tentato Invano
dl rlprendero le poslzloni da loro-pcrduto
usando anche bombc nsflsslantl Ecco 11
testo del comunlcato ufflclala:
"Sul fronto del Tonalo nol abblamo lnl
zlato II bombardamento dcllo poslzloni
nemlclio dl Montlcello o dl Saccagnana,
dlsturbando cosl' I lavori dl fortlflcazlone
del nemlco. Alcune nostra rlcognlzlonl
compluto nella Val Padola rlvelarono II
fatto che gll austrlacl prcparavano trlnceo
dlfcso da retlcolatl mctalllcl, trlnceo cho
not era Btlamo dlBtruggendo.
"Sul fronte carnlco gll austrlacl attac
carono Invano 1 pasal dl Monto Croce o
dl Pnl Piccolo usando bombo asflsslantl.
La nostra artlgllerla ha dtsperso assem
bramentl dl truppo nemlcho buI vcrsante
settentrlonalo dl Frelkofel cd In Val
Grande. Abblamo rlprcBo a bombardare
11 forte Hnnscc. Lo nostro truppe hanno
.., caldamente occupato l'lmportanto post
xlone dl BcnirklskcndenJ, cho domlna
"Sul fronto dell'Isonzo contlnua lenta
mento la nostra avanzata. Le fortl piog
gle recentl hahno strasformato le trlnceo
In verl torrentl. Gll austrlacl tentano
Invano dl rlconqulstare lo perduto
"Contlnua l'attlvlta' degll avlatorl aus
trlacl, I quail sono rluscltl a fare alcuno
vlttlme tra gll itnllanl. I noatrl avlatorl
d'altra parte hrnno bombafdato le truppe
austrlacho nella stazlono dl San Danlele,
nelle vlclnanzo dl Gorlzla."
OUERRA NELLA NEVE.
Un telegramma da Udlno dice ; che
l'avanzata delle forze Itallane nel Tlrolo
e' serlamente ostacolata dal perslstente
cattivo tempo, cho In verlta' e' eccezlonalo
In tempo dl estate. I montanari delle
Alpl non rlcordano una ataglone con tanta
neve so ne Incontra ora al prlml dl lugllo.
I torrentl che scendono dalle montagne,
che alia fine dl glugna sono quasi sempro
scluttl, ora sono gonfll ed lmpassablll In
Le truppe Itallane lncontrano spesso
bufere dl nevo e densa ncbbla, due cose
the rendono difficile II tiro delle artlglle
rla dl lunga portnta. In alcuno parti del
Tlrolo si ebbero .grnndlnate, e nonostanto
Questo l'avanzata degll ltallanl contlnua.
Oil ltallanl a mlsura che nvanzano tro
vuio megllo organlzzate dlfese auatrlache
e trlnceo protette da larghl e profondl
fosaatl e da retlcolatl metallic), mentre
In moltl altrl puntl 11 nemlco ha scavato
bocche dl lupo coprendole con rami
d'albero. II fondo dl quests bocche dl
lupo e' coperto dl punte acuminate. C
naturale qulndl che gll ltallanl debbano
avanzaro lentamente o con molto cautele,
Le guxrdle dl Flnanza, che sono av
veziie alia montagna ed a tuttl 1 tranelll
del contrabbandlerl, costttutscono repartt
leggerl straordlnarlamente untlll In qucsta
guerra nel Trcntlno, Esse sono Implegato
come esploratorl, e si reccontano moltl
eplsodll dl valore a dl ablllta' sulla loro
opera. Alcunl dl questl eplsodll sono statl
anche portntl all'ordlne del glorno,
ANCHB LA RUMANIA E" LIBERA.
Da fonte dtplomattca bene lnformata
(1 e' appreso che 11 re dl Rumania, rlspon
dendo ad una letters, aulografa dell'lm
peratpre Francesco Giuseppe d'Austria
che gll domandava dl conservare la nen
trallta' ed Invocava a Bostegno delta sua
domanda tl trattato dl alleanza che legava
la Rumania aU'Auatrla, hnnunclo che la
Rumania aveva rlpreso la aua llberta'
dl azlone, rompendo 1'alleanza con 1'Aus
trla II re ed II suo governo rltengono
oho 11 fatto stesso che 1 Italia ha denun
clnto II trattato della Tripllce Alleanza
,u " aiieanza austro-nimena.
Bl crede qui one questa azlone della
Rumania prova che essa ha declso dl
wettersl a flanco degll alleatl e dl Inter
venire presto nella guerra contro gll Im
PHILADELPHIA LEADS THE WORLD IN ICE CREAM EATING;
ITS DAILY RATION WOULD MAKE A TOWER 31 MILES HIGH
I I Kanfa gooooo
(350,000 C Jyy ) GLASSES
NV.-l M?KINLEY ll MB T
JY CREAM I X MT I W If J
And Soda Water! 000,000 Glasses a Day Relieve the Thirst of the City During Summer Months.
If the Glasses Were Stacked End to End They'd Hit the Clouds 875,000
Feet Above Earth.
Father Ponn never ate Ico cream In
his life and he certainly never henrd of
a sundae, yet he founded the groat lco
cream eating city In tho United States.
Think of It, even If you have heard It
before Philadelphia holds tho world rec
ord for Ico cream consumption.
On every summer's day Phlladelphlans
cat, nt an averge, 350,000 quarts of Ico
Quito an average, that! 350,000 quarts
a day! You young people who cat Ico
cream for the tlmo being wo will not
mention older folks you aro supposed to
bo good nt arithmetic. Of course, you
aro. Well, Just Imagine 360,000 quarts of
cream of tho kind you like, packed In
cool, tin quart boxes and all laid side
by each. How far do you suppose It
Throo hundreds and fifty thousand quart
boxes of Ico cream, If piled, one on top
of tho other, would reach tho dizzy
height of 107,708 feet, a dlstanco 8 1-6
times higher than Mount McKlnlcy, tho
highest mountnln to be found under tho
Stars and Stripes, Tho 167,708 feet
means 31.7 miles, and if tho aforesaid
boxes were Btretched In a row they
would reach farther than Wilmington,
or if turned right about face, like an
army of cold Arotio toddlers, thoy would
extend as far ns Trenton.
SUMMER SUN SENDS
RECORD CROWD INTO
THE SURF AT SHORE
Atlantic City Hotelmen
Smile as Usual Saluta
tion, "Is It Hot Enough?"
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ATLANTIC CITY, July 2 The regular
summer salutation. "Is It hot cnauprh for
you?" heard hero frequently yesterday,
brought Bmlles to the faces of the hotel
owners and business men, for at last they
felt they wore getting an "oven break"
as far us seasonable weather was con
cerned. Not that It -was scorching hot
here, for the Bun'a rays were modified by
breezes from tho ocean, winds which
churned the sea Into foam and made tho
bieakers half as high ns a house.
Tho bathing wns thoroughly onjojed by
tho biggest crowd that has been seen
on the beach this season. Tho loughness
of tho sea made tho bathing "Just right."
Tho big waves, which came tumbling In
-with llghtnlng-ltke rapidity, made one's
blood tingio bo there was not the least
sign or trembling or "bather'a" chill."
And bathing spectators had no disquiet
ing fears for tho safety of foolhardy per
sons seeking to attract attention by going
out a great distance, foe even the most
daring Bwlmmers stayed closo to shore.
Many visitors, especially those from
Inland cities and the West, are content
to spend their days and a part of their
nights Just watching the ocean, seeing its
many moods and Its constant change of
colors. In the up-town district these
lovers of the sea have discovered a new
wrinkle. The benches, placed by the
city on the outer edge of tho Board
walk ao tired pedestrians may rest, have
always faced the walk. One of the gaz
ers at the ocean saw that these benches
afforded an excellent place from which
to watch the ocean. So he turned It
around and then, with his feet resting
on the outer rail, he could sit for hours
and watch the waves, undisturbed by the
passing multitudes. His example was
quickly followed by many other persons
and now most of the benches In the up
town section are turned around and nre
occupied, during the day and until late
at night, by persons who live to alt and
dream as they watch the vast expanse
If sanguine promoters are not all wrong
In their predictions, the dance craze,
which has swept this country for the last
two yeqrs, will be superseded by roller
skating. That this form of amusement
has taken a Arm hold here la proven by
the number of rlnka In operation rtow or
to be started In a few days. On the
Million Dollar Pier roller skating has
many devotees. A new rink has ben
opened In the Exposition Building, the
Garden Pier will add the amusement to
Its attractions this week, and the Old
Pier, al Tennessee avenue, la now being
convrrted Into a huge rink.
Minstrelsy, of the old-time variety, with
"The 'Nuts' of Base
ball," by John Henry
(Honus) Wagner, tells of
baseball's eccentric play
ers ad their, "funny
Qnes." Keep up with the
Honus articles running in
the Sunday Public Ledger
When the mercury begins to bob up
near tho 90 mark the amount of Ico crenm
eaten Jumps, too.
It Is estimated that on holidays, such
as tho Fourth of July, tho average lco
cream consumption In Philadelphia Is
Phlladelphlans evidently do not stint
themselves when It comes to soda water
and other soft drinks. It Is estimated
that thcro aro at least 3000 places In this
city whero lco cream and soda water aro
sold Of thoso, about 1000 aro drug stores.
!stlmntlne that 300 drinks aro sold In
each place every summer's day, It would
appear that 900,000 glasses of soda water
aro sold In Philadelphia every day during
Although some of tho smaller stores Bell
less than 300 drinks each day, the Inrger
places, and, In fact, many of the smaller
drug Btorcs, sell considerably more than
that number. Tho drug storo at Broad
street Station, on a hot day, Is said to
mako nt least 3000 sales from tho soda
counter. Many of tho well-patronized drug
stores and confectionery shops sell nearly
2000 drinks dally under favorable weather
Nino hundred thousand glasses of nodn
water piled end on end would tower
375,000 feet In tho nlr, or 18 2-B times higher
than Mount McKinley. Thoy would also
extend farther than Atlantic City and
within a tow miles of Capo May.
Robert Crane, 'of the Crane Ice Cream
Company, mid today that Ice cream hns
been mado for tho last 100 years In the
Cast, and thnt tho first wholesale busi
ness wns started In Ualtlmoro by Jacob
Fufisoll In 1SS1
"Outsltlo of this country and Cannda
tho lco crenm business Is hardly worth
mentioning," Mr Crano said. "Europe
knows' nothing of tha nholesalo business.
In 1912 Australia had two factories, Bra
zil one, Mexico two, Porto Hlco two nnd
Cuba one. Tho Government also opcr
ntes ono in tho canal zone.
"A Ilttlo moro than 10 years ago tho
lco crenm business wns In Its Infancy,
nnd not moro thnn 40,000,000 gallons wcro
made. In tho last decado tho popula
tion has Increased perhaps 21 per cent.,
but tho salo of Ico cream has Increased
nearly 400 per cont. Tho salo of lco
cream In 1912 wow 154,000,000 gallons.
"That Ico cream consumption In a
habit Is eaBlly shown. Wo would sup
poso that tho South would bo tho great
Ico cream section, as they have moro
hot weather there, but such Is not tho
caso Americans seem to like lco cream
bettor yene by year. About one-third
of tho total output Is eaten In tho 13
original Statos Tho Middle West cats
another third, and the rest of tho coun
try hno tho remaining third, And Phila
delphia leads tho world."
sweet singers nnd laughable comedians
-with blackened faces, nlso Is very much
In evidence hero now. John Murphy, who
has been conducting tho Amorican Min
strels for a Bcoro of years on tho Steel
Plor, has a company there this season.
Emmet Welch Is tho manager of an
other minstrel company showing on tho
Million Dollar Pier A minstrel company
Is booked for the Garden Pier, and It is
rumored that another company will be
Included as ono of tho many attractions
at tho New Nixon for tho remalndor of
Cafe business Is far below normal here,
the public seeming to have tired of
watching paid professional dancers cir
cling around a stago as big ns a large
sized door mat, or hearing wheezy-voiced
cabaret singers mnnglo alleged popular
songs. When tho big rush comes here,
these places will 'bo much Bought out lato
in tho evening, but It looks as If somo
now ideas will havo to bo injected Into
tho form of entertainment, or they win
languish and die. Ono enterprising mnn
is giving a regular vaudeville show in his
cafe, with a change of performers every
week, and ho Is doing tho business of tho
Grocer's Clerk Inherits Millions
SALEM, Va., July 2. After spending
20 years as a grocery delivery man, U.
C. Merrlt Is today a millionaire. He In
herited a fortune of more than Ji.OOO.OOO
from a sister, who recently died In Baltimore
MAN SHOT TO DEATH WHILE
WALKING WITH DAUGHTERS
Slayer Fires From Auto nt Wealthy
Man in Brooklyn Street.
NEW YOBIC, July 2.-In tho presence
of hla two daughters, Frank Monza, a
wealthy retired merchant, was shot to
death early today as he was walking
nlong Gat Held place, Brooklyn
The slayer shot from an automobllo
nnd sped awny beforo tho -alarm could
bo given. Just beforo ho tired ho rose
In tho tonncnu of tho motorcar and
shouted to Monm
"At last I'vo got you."
Monza's daughters, Julia, 19 years old,
nnd Josephine, ago 17, told tho police
their father had long feared assassina
tion and seldom ventured from the house
unlesi accompanied by a bodyguard. Thoy
did not know tho origin of their father's
fears, but believed It to bo an old per
Man Killed While Working on Bridge
PHOENIXVILLE, Pa, July 2 -From
Internal injuries received when ho waj
pinned by a falling steel leg of a travel
ing crane against tho wooden bent of i
bridge on which ho was working Foreman
Harvey Criswcll, Dauphin, Pa., died this
morning nt the Phoenlxvllle Hospital.
Criswcll was preparing to leave his work
when the accident happened
SCHOOLS ANT! COLLEGES
8TnAYER'S the beat bu!nes school
801-807 Chestnut st.
1 he most beautiful of all moving pictures of Mauntains
and Rivers, in the most historic section of America, are those
viewed from the splendid trains of the Baltimore & Ohio
1 hrough trains of steel construction, electric lighted, the
latest products of modern ingenuity, with the best of dining
The "CHICAGO LIMITED." leaving Philadelphia
at 10.17 a. m arrives Chicago 9.00 next morning, with
Drawing-room Sleeping Cars and Observation Parlor Cars.
It traverses the eastern mountain section to Pittsburgh in
The "INTERSTATE SPECIAL," leaving Philadel
phia at 4,17 p. m,, arrive! Chicago 4.40 next afternoon,
with Drawing-room and Compartment Sleeping Cars and
Lounging Observation Car. It traverses the great steel
manufacturing district of Ohio and Indiana in daylight.
The "DAYLIGHT TRAIN," leaving Philadelphia at
4, 15 a. m arrives Chicago 8,30 next morning, with Draw
i ing-room Sleeping Car. It traverses the mountain section
and the steel district of Pittsburgh in daylight.
The "CHICAGO EXPRESS." leaving Philadelphia
at 8,31 p. m.. arrives Chicago 8,55 next evening, with
Drawing-room Sleeping Car.
Secure a copy of "SBH AMERICA" from Ticket Offices, 834
Chestnut street, 13th and Chestnut streets, 1006 Chestnut
street, J6 Market street, 1146 North 2d street, Mt-S South
3d street, 7th street and airard avenue, 137 South Broad
street, and Station. Slth and Chestnut streets.
BERNARD ASHBY, District Passenger Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
Martinsburg Today Houses Vir
tually Every Member of Clan
Related to Executive.
ALTOONA, Pa, July 2 Governor
Brumbnugh Is today back among tho
"home folks" at the Brumbaugh family
reunion nt Martlnsburg. Virtually every
member of this numerous clan and every
remote connection In the famous Morri
son's Cove Is present, notwithstanding tlm
heavy rain of tho early morning.
Governor Urumbnugh Bpent the night
here, slipping out of Harrlsburg quietly
Inst evening. Accompanied bv Assistant
Postmaster Alvln Urumbnugh and At
torney J Hanks Kurtz, of Altoonn, ho
mnde the trip to Martlnsburg by auto
In drenching rain. I''nst time wns linos
slblc, for fear of skidding on the slippery
State roads lie was given n rousing wel
come nt the picnic gi omuls.
ltepreflcntntlvo II. Atlce Brumbaugh
was chnlrman of tho Ileceptlon Committee
and County Treasurer Moses n. Urum
bnugh Introduced the Governor to those
who did not know him personally.
Old friends greeted him ns "Martin."
On account of tho lateness of the Gov
ernor's arrival tho formal program,
which Included a speech by HI Excel
lency, was postponed until afternoon.
Tonight tho Governor will Bpeak at tho
nurBcs commencement at the Roaring
10 Ambulnnccs Cnllcd; Mnn Hurt
PITTSDUnaH, July 2. Half a score of
ambulances, a squad of police and hun
dreds of excited citizens rushed to the
Cruclblo Steel Company's plnnt here to
day, when Alex Klobcr wns Injured by a
falling steel beam A confusion In calling
for the ambulance caused reports that a
great accident had occurred.
SuffrnRC Loses In Wisconsin
MADISON, Wis., July 2. Woman suf
frage has failed conclusively for tho
present legislative session. Tho State
Senate, by a. vote of 14 to 17, refused to
reconsider Its voto In killing tho Grcll
Wealthy Woman Pound Dead
A passing band of early morning revel
ers, playing a popular Air, led to the dis
covery of the death of Mrs ftareh Mc
Conm&ck, 89 years old, of 2666 Bridge
street, Brldesburg, nrly today. She was
reputed to bo wealthy. Miss Kdlth Ter
rlcK, of the Bnmc nddrcm. Mm. McCor
maek s adopted daughter, wns awakened
by the musle In the street and noticed
that her foster mother was not In bed.
In a second-story front room (die found
Mrs. MoCormack lying dead on the floor.
Today's Marriages at ftlkfon
EL.KTOW, Md, July 2-Tho mar
hero this morning Were Philip Miller
Ethel Newsome, Philadelphia Pa . 118
O Jones and Mamie Allen. Atlantic dtt
N J.; Clifford 8. TJtompnon and rfheflfj
J Hftyeii, Wilmington, Del : Karl
Shade nnd Mary C rook, and MnUhfcflU
Castle and Nora B Nldel. Headline
James v Booth Jr, and Nina IS, Jj
KBii. Brooklyn, N T , Boberl H. BfH
nnd Marian J. Sterner, Milton, Pa.
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way to use Soap.
There's only one Easy-Way
Soap to use.
in cool or lukewarm
water. It does away with
all hard rubbing. It works
while you rest. It saves
money, time and strength.
Soft water means easy work.
softens the hardest water.
STOIIB OPENS DAILY 8m0 A. M. & CI.OM3S AT B P. M UNTIL FUnTHCIt NOTICE :
12 and 10 button
with ono row Pnrla
point backs Black
and white Double
HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE.
ONE YELLOW TRADING STAMP WITH EVERY 10c
PURCHASE ALL DAY
Market Eiqhth Filbert Seventh
t ri.4-1.2, f4l.AuCvM4l.
uuLiiuiE lot im rum in
nrp imrth nny one'n
while to collect they
aro always so up
to date and desirable.
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Wonderful Opportunities for Men and Boys
Men's $1L50 Blue Serge Suits,
Turn, nii.t O.vnn.nln-. nirwtnln All.wnnl. TTnlT nr fllllv lined With mohair.
Men's $13.50 Blue Serge Suits $
The Celebrated Uilbcrt Serge Famous Jor Jta wearing wuaiuics )
Men's $2 Automobile Dusters $1
Men's $1.50 White Duck and Khaki Trousers $1
Men's $4.40 White Flannel Trousers $2.98
Men's $18.50 Blue UlO
Including Extra Pair of Trousers
Guaranteed all-wool and rainproof
by tho maker. Include stouts.
Swagger Norfolk effects. Dark nnd
light plain colors, neat patterns and
natural color. All sizes to 46-inch
Boys' 65c to 85c Wash Suits Q
From a noted New York maker. New models, Including Balkan, f 3 & l
Boys' 85c Wash
Sizes G to 17 years.
lOllver Twist, Billy Boy, flllduy, etc. sizes 2 to 10 years.
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Boys' $2 and $2.50 Boys' $6.50 Blue $0 QQ
"Rnirnttn" Wash 1 f Cf - la c..: OmUO
fi:7r i?oc :.?"" :
to 10 yards.
Norfolk style. Sizes 6 to 17 years.
isses?& Women's Wear
An Important Independence Day Sale
SECOND FLOOIt, SEVENTH STREET
fr $ . fr $ 4 0 .
WfJ TltlSt ALT, IIATB FREE OP CITAnan
Misses' & Women's Colored $0 QQ
Outiner Fnts, $4 Values. .. ?-
Lead on today's list of sen
sational economics in tin
trimmed hats and trimmings
for the Fourth of July.
Nothing smarter for the
picnic, motor trip or week
end vacation. Excellent
quality in all of the latest
golf colors, finished with
silk gros grain bands. Two
81.50 Panamas. 79c
Women's and misses'; for outing and seashore
50c to $1 Flowers, 25c, 39c and 49c
White and pink flowers, pond lilies, roses, poppies,
daisies, wheat, etc, FIRST FLOOR, north
s6.50 Dainty Frocks, 4.49
Novelty ttriped lawn in tan-und-tchite,
wliite and llue-and-whitc
Have velvet-covered but
tons, accordion - plaited
orKnndle collar nnd cir
cular skirts trimmed with
Dressy $9 93
Fine flowered net with
dainty net vostee, velvet
ribbon, rosebud trimming
and tunic skirt over accordion-platted
Another Striking Demonstration of Our Absolute
Leadership in the Retail Shoe Trade
Women's $3.50 & $4$
White Canvas Pumps
Umpire and tongue styles
In genuine canvas Mostly
all style heels, Sizes 2V4
to 7, widths A to D
Linen $C! QQ
Navy blue, tan and oys
ter white Like vteture.
if Ail I lift
fats $6.75 Jf598
Men's $4 Rubber Sole $0
and Heel Oxfords,..-'
Gun-metal calf and tan calf,
to 10 Guaranteed.
Women's $3, 3.50, $4 & $4.50
Colonials, Oxfords & Lace $0 A
Trr.o SIMS 2Vi to 7; U
rumps wujth k to d.
Include "Lenards," "Stratforda," "Lit Brothers'
In patent coltskln and gun-ratal calf, with fray and
fawn buckskin quarter, etc
FIRST FLOOR. NORTH
White chinchilla, with patch poeketa.
raglan sleeve and vejvet trimming, also black-and.
white novelty checks and blaek chiffon taffetas
Women's $9 Lingerie and $ Cl A
Linen Dresses vJ.tJV
Kjsctptlenallv Attractive Group
Of fine white voile In coatee effect with eullopa,
square organdie collar and lace tiimmiaji, or in bu
lero effect, with three-tier embroidered wrjwe, organ
die veatee and collar
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Bathing Suits and Accessories
More and livelier than we have ever shown, including silk.
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S3 to $14 $1 QO to
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