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Mata dagli Italian! in Tre
fpunti Vani Conati di
)ifcsa delrArciduca Eu-
IIOMA, 22 Lusllo.
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!rt (1 UI1 wi' " 4IC1H DOBiiiiiti
Hi sulrlsonio un mezzo trillions dl
'ill Itallanl ed austriacl sono Impcg-
nella battnglla plu' dlsperata cho el
"futa flnora nella, guerra tra Italia
ustrla. Sotto la prcssiono delravan-
Itallana o speclalmcnte sotto II fuoco
batterlo ltallano le lines nustrlaclie
a poco a poco peraenao la loro
tenza In mottl punt! tra Tolmlno o
ierdo'. OH nustriacl Mnmio evacuate
ltt ttnnt i flnnn RtntI frtunlntt tin
p u - .-.,. l..
t clio avovano importnnza strateglca.
premlo dl aucBta lotta glgnntcsca o
gulnoea e' aorlzia, o gll Itallanl
itrtnno ma a prczzo dl grand! Bacrl-
come a prczzo dl grnndlsslmo pcr
gll austriacl la dlfendono, nonostante
ubblano dl fronte ngll Itallanl II van-
Ijlo dello opero dl fortlflcnzlono. In-
ffij iul fronto dellMsonzo gll austriacl
jftno perduto ncgll ultlml dlecl glornl
n meno dl 10,000 uomlnl.
?nvano I'arclduca Kugenlo, comnn-
Jnte In capo dcgll austriacl, chledo
rnterzl. cho lion poBSono cssercll tnnn.
foil perche' tutto lo altro forzo cho l'Aus-
i ha uisponiom sono impegnato contro
Itiusla. Gll Itallanl hanno nnclm 11
iifttagglo dcll'abbondanza dl munlzlont e
nTriossI cannonl, o sotto la loro vlgorosa
prcssiuuu it itiiw ui ivamiviuii iLusiriacn.
WUta sfondata ncllo vlclnanzo dl Tol-
plno, a nan uucu cu a. a. Avre.
'Un tangulnoso combattlmento st o'
ralta sul Monto San Mlchele. a. rih! ill
ffigrado. Oil Itallanl sotto un solo cho
tfcclava cd abbagllava la vista hanno
ittaccato le poslzlonl austrlache sul
Wnchl del monto con lndomablto corng
frTo, jfldando 11 fuoco mlcldlalo del ncmlco.
ll'ci volta vlclnl alio trlnceo austrlache,
ill itallanl si lanclarono ad un vlolcntls
fiimo attacco alia balonetta o no venno
fim sangulnosa lotta corpo a corpo cho
t"" parecchlo. Flualmento gll ous
el furono cacclatl dalle loro poslzlonl,
essl sublto dopo csegulrono un vlo
o contrntracco, a durante tutta la
toue 10 vauuie circosinnu nsuonarono
litrH ehl rieln riplln pannnnnH. n rnnn
tlnmlnato da flammate continue.
,NrI1 ultlml clnquo glornl II numero del
prlglonlerl fnttl dagll Itallanl e' aumen
Uto dl oltro C000. I prlglonlerl dlchlarnno
the gll austriacl sono a corto dl vlvcrl o
'& munlzlnnl ed agglungono cho ufllclall
Ultachl comandano lc unlta' austrlache.
Le autorlta' mllltnrl Itallana st mostrano
ustl sodlsfatte del successo dello loro
truppe a San Mlchele.
IL COMUNICATO UFFICIALE
Un rapporto del generalo Cadorna,
pubbllcato lerl sera dal Mlnlstero dclla
.Guerra annuncla nuovl successi dello
truppe Itallane sul fronto dell'Isonzo. II
La nostra vlgorosa offensive lunrro
tutto 11 fronto del flumo Isonzo contlnuo'
Bella glornata dl lerl, o nol facemmo
progreeil specialmento fiuU'altoplano del
Cans dove alia fine delta glornata le
nostra .truppe avevano preso parecchle
alfre irlncee nemlche ed nvevano fatto
I'ri WD prlglonlerl, fra I quail cinque
efebepe stancho per I contlnul ed
;vltanltl combattlmentl cho si protrassero
ta nunc, ie nosiro iruppe nusctrono a
jstlllrsl rapldamento e solldamento sulle
rcmlonl connulstntn prl n rAnlnirpA
erl contrattacchi operatl dal nemlco
trante la notte. L'azlono contlnua a
ill resto del fronte la sltuazlone e" lm-
Jerl II Comltato Nazlonnle per lo
mnlzlonl tenne la sua prima rlunlone
lotto la presldenza dell'on. Salandra e
m true parecchle dlsposlzlonl atto ad as-
fcnrare 11 contlnuo rlfornlmento (.1
nunlzlonl nel caeo dl una lunga guerra.
nranno organlzzate In stndacato tutta
la Industrie atte a produrre quanto ab
iVn telegrnmma da Vlllach alia Tribune
II Glnevra dice:
F"Ial glorno 13 Lugllo gll austriacl hnnno
Mrduto sul fronte dell'Isonzo ben 8000
pmlnl, del quail 1100 sono prlglonlerl
feill Itallanl. Sul fronte del Cadore gll
gallant hanno preso 1S00 prlglonlerl o 2300
m jiauno imio ncne Aip; uarmene.
aTSul fronto dell'Isonzo 11 fronte aus-
fcWaco e stato sfondato In tre punt), e
Ipoe' a Tolmlno, a San Luca o a S. Ayre.
pll Itallanl contlnuano a fare progress!
ua vai bugana.
fCon l'aluto dl aoroplanl gll Itallanl
funo scoperto le poslzlonl dl diverse
Ditterlft nilRtrtnnhn nialfn vtnfnnnr HI
Sovereto o sono rluscltl a dlstruggerle.
p problema del rlfornlmentl per Oo
lU sta dlvenondo nsaal crave ner ell
!trlacl, glacche" le batterle Itallane do-
ano le allure a nord della cltta'.
ma arrlvavano a Oorlzla nuattro trenl
Blorno, ma orn. vo ne arriva soltanto
i durante la notte. Oil Italian! hanno
solldato lo nosizlonl da loro connul-
sull'altoplano del Carso."
Uk BATTAGLIA PER OORIZIA.
'n teleerammn. da Snuradn da' Interes-
yntl partlcolarl Bulla manlera come si
e la battaglla ner II nossesso dl
la. La lotta e concentrata nttu-
8nte sul trlangolo formato dalle poSI-
l dl Prava, Podgora e Sagrado. Come
HHfnl tylniMil II mianta Arnln Inttn
Sne ora ojrnl metro di terreno e' con-
lata con assalti alia balonetta e con
jvole sacrlllzlo dl sangue itallano. Oil
;ni non si nascondono afratto 1 sacrl-
cho costa loro questa guerra, ma
o plena flducla nella loro vlttorla.
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How New York Sports
mager." William H,
:ap shows up Gotham s
the new champions
It battle. In Sunday's
POINTS MADE BY UNITED STATES
IN LATEST NOTE TO BERLIN
EBPqBtt-PHimDB&raTA-. THFBflDAV. JITLY 22, 1915:
clalTL TJVM c United StateTthatGcrrnanu. bu rfa-
unre$Ai the deBtruelion of
then n Z..,. h """marine commanders alrea
tney can, save the vtumpuni-Y-a nj ....... ...". f"
formitu with the law, ;tfai,uJUL' rrf.
dy have proved that
ana can act tn con
Fourth. Thi .....,..ii.' ... ...i.. i ....
?&!&? brd md thc rc1eat fr reparation ar reiterated
fijth, The American Government realizes the unusual and ahnormnt
limAZrn, .1,P"" "pnltet has created in the conduct of mart
???' M mlbn0j t0 aPl 1.art itermediarv as between th fifth-
j vi i ar!:a.c,n modm viv,eM or any other temporary armnlemeuiB
which do not xnvolve a surrender by the United States oflls right"
bixlli. The proposals made by Germany to nivc immunitu to Ameri.
can ships not carrying contraband, and to four belligerent Mpe under the
American flag, are rejected with the emphatic assertion that U t accent
such suggestion would be to admit Germany's right to set aside tic
American eonention based on fundamental principles in international
law that neutrals may travel anywhere on the high seae on unresUtina
ships of any nationality, even if carrying contraband. -w"p
U. S. REPLY CABLED
TO BERLIN LAST NIGHT
V tKxr&KrzHi.Mnwmm. .-
Continued from 1'nse Onp
of American lives aboard the Lusltanla
and that the United States consistently
wilt maintain tho rights of Its citizens' to
travel nnywhero on unresisting ships of
any nationality, tho noto makes no threat
of punishment to Germany for the delay
GERMAN REPLY HAY DC SLOW.
Germany Is expected to delay Its answer
to this noto for at least 10 days. Tho
momentous mtlltnry ovents about WJarsaw
now absorb the attention of the Gorman
Government, and It Is not thought hero
that thc Berlin Foreign Office will at
tempt a reply until the Kaiser shall have
returned from the battle lino to consult
with his Mln'Btera.
Tho noto carries the broad Intimation
that the United States thinks It useless
to engage In nn extended diplomatic
argument, and that there Is no necessity
for additional proposals and counter
proposals on the matter. The sldo Issues
raised by Germany In Its last reply are
not held to bo relevant to tho great point
at Issue, that Is, tho right of Americans
to uso tho seas with safety.
This Is tho final warning to Germany
that an incident of tho kind will bo re
garded as an unfrlondly act which might
possibly precipitate a breach of diplomatic
An Important subject not touched on
In tho noto, It was learned today. Is a
demand for financial reparation for
American lives lost on tho Lusltanla. Tho
question of collection of monetary dam
nges from Germany for tho families of
the American victims Is loft open. Thero
is no question but that such demands will
be made later. Tho Administration, how
ever, did not desire to Inject money mat
ters, at this time, Into tho more im
portant questions In dispute.
ORDUNA NOT MENTIONED
Tho Stato Department has not yet
received the Treasury's report on the
alleged attack on tho OrcUma, so no ref
erenco to It is made In the note.
Increased hope for successful solution
of tho German question was manifest In
olllclal circles today, possibly duo to the
temporato tone not only of tho American
prcBs, but also the Bemiofllclal Berlin
Despite tho Orduna case, which has
been unoMlclally disavowed by Germany
nnd not yet fully established here, some
olllclals believe German Ambassador
Bernstorff spoke with nuthority when ho
told Socretary Lansing that Germany
would modify her undersea wnrfaro by
orders to her naval ofllcerB.
GERMAN PRESS SKEPTICAL
OF FORECASTS ON U. S. REPLY
BERLIN, July K.-
Tho German newspapers mako littio
comment on tho scant Reuter cables
forecasting tho contents of the American
nolo to Berlin, preferring to await tho
The Vosslsche Zcltltng says!
"Assuming that the Reuter Agency
this time actually gives President Wil
son's and Secretary Lansing's real feel
ings, which heretofore has seldom been
tho case, our opinion la ns follows: That
tho Government of the United States
should not remain Inactive, which Is also
tho feeling of tho German Government.
Only its measures should be prophylac
tic, to prevent the sacrifice of more
American lives. How that Is possible the
German noto has Indicated. It would bo
strange If tho American Government
continued allowing Americans to run
into danger and not seek to protect them,
but to avenge them. Tho German Gov
ernment's suggestions would certainly In
any event bo far moro consistent with
the spirit of humanity Invoked by the
Eugen Zimmerman, of the Lnkalan
zolger, who has been a consistent cham
pion of cordial relations between Ger
many nnd America, expressed In con
versations today a widely prevalent
viewpoint ns follows:
"Tho rumors of tho naturo of tho of
ficial reception of the German noto In
America must bo considered colored In
form In which thoy have reached us.
President Wilson la too clearheaded to
bollove that completo freedom of travel
on tho ocean Is possible, with tho Eng
lish blockado and tho submarlno wnr In
force. Farfetched illustrations often II
lumlnato a situation most clearly. Sup
pose, for example, I were commanding
the Gorman forces In a naval battle with
tho English fleet.
"Tho battle, of course, was going well
for us. All of a sudden a harmless
stenmor entered tho battle zone and
signaled, 'I havo got an Amerlcnn
aboard.' I am certainly a polite per
son, but 1 did not believe I would break
off a battlo which was going favornbly
for mo nnd allow the enemy to escape
Just to nfford tho free passage of a
steamer that signaled that sho had an
American aboard. An American admiral,
of course, wouldn't do it cither In an
"The conciliatory German proposals
offer so mnny possibilities for nn under
standing In the matter of mutual wishes
that I still bcllevo in tho President."
Tho Hamburger Fremdenblatt, an In
fluential organ of the German shipping
Interests, comments sarcastically In to
day's lssuo on President Wilson's pro
posed note of protest to Great Britain
regarding the Interference with Ameri
can trade. Tho paper shares the general
satisfaction felt by Germans, that Amer
ica was taking a stand against England,
"President Wilson has finally found
the courage to take the decisive step
which little Sweden manfully and ener
getically takes ngalnst every encroach
ment on the part of either England or
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NORTH OF MEXICO CITY
Villa nnd Cnminza Forces En
gaged in Struggle Which May
Decide Civil War.
Socialist woman, ngalnst whom
tho German Government hns be
gun proceedings on n chnrgo of
trenson growing out of nn nrticlo
written by her attacking mili
tarism. Clara Zctkin is a defend
nnt on tho snmo chnrgo.
GERMANY PROSECUTES WOMEN
SOCIALISTS FOR TREASON
Clara Zctkin nnd Rosa Luxemburg
Among Thoso Indicted by Government.
COPENHAGEN, July I2.-Bcrlln tele
grams state that criminal proceedings
havo been Instituted against four well
known Socialist agitators, two of whom
are Rosa Luxemburg and Clara Zetkln,
on account of alleged treasonable articles
In tho monthly Internationale.
Clara Zctkin, editor of tho Gorman So
cialist women's weekly, Glclchhelt, and
Rosa Luxemburg, tho noted translator
and Interpreter nt the International So
cialist Congresses, aro two of the most
outspoken and active members of tho
minority In tho German Socialist party,
which opposes tho contlnunnce of the
war and Insists upon an' immediate move
townrd pcaco negotiations.
195 PASSENGERS, ONE
PHILADELPIIIAN, ON ORDUNA
Eight Americans Sail on English
Liner for Liverpool.
NEW YORK, July 22.-Carrylng eight
Americans and 187 other passengers, tho
Orduna, of tho Cunard Line, sailed to
day for Liverpool with a cargo of 10,600
tons, supposed to bo chiefly arms and
ammunition for tho Allies, and a large
number of automobile, trucks.
Tho youngest passenger on board Is
Miss Hilda D. Hogg, 10 monthB old.
Among tho American passengers nro
Joseph Hartley, of Lawrence, Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs." George F. Dean, of Worcester,
Mass.; Atirnm S. Burns and tho Rev.
R. E. Young, of Chicago, nnd MIsa Lydla
D. Wheeler, of Philadelphia.
U. S. to Sue Refugees for Fare
WASHINGTON. July 22.-Sults to re
cover from American citizens who re
ceived Government aid in returning to
this country after tho war in Europo
broko out, and who, being able to repay
tho sums advanced, have refused to do
so, will be brought soon by the Depart
ment of Justice. "Many reimbursements
havo been made," says a statement is
sued by Secretary McAdoo, "but there
havo been a number of refusals to pay
on the part of persons who appear to be
able to pay."
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WASHINGTON, July 22.-The main
Villa and Carranza armies are engaged
today In a death struggle, which may
break the power of either, a few miles
norm or Mexico City.
The Cnrranzfstas are reported trapped
and surrounded between Pachuea and
In the absence of definite reports as
to the lighting near Mexico City, nil that
.1 known as the State Department la
that Gontnlea probably la In a death
grapple with the Villa forces under Gen
erals Reyes and Fieiro.
To the northward of Pachuea, Villa
force are, apparently, holding tho region
about 6nn Luis Potosl, while small gar
rlsona ut Vllllstas remain In Queretaro,
Guanajuato nnd Leon.
He) ond these to tho north, along the
railway leading to Juarez, are the armies
of General Obregon and of General Ben
jamin Hill, tho flower of the Carranza
forces. These nro ndvnnclng steadily
nortltnnrd, nnd now nre reported to be
nlthln 50 miles of Torreon, where Gen
eral Villa has gathered hta main army
for a defensive stand.
Knit ward from Torreon Is General
Raoul Madero, at Parcdon, facing thc
l uirniirlstti forces, who control Mnntcrey.
General frblna, with a large forco of
Mlllstas, holds Saltlllo, and has rallwny
communication northward to Tledras Ne
grns nnd westward to Torreon.
General Kellpc Angeles was reported to
bo preparing to lead a force from Juarez
westwatd to recover tho Naco customs
houso from Carranza forces.
Secretary of State Lansing today had
under consideration a rccommcndntlon
from Secretary of War Garrison that a
protest bo made to the Carranza Govern
ment ngalnst tho alleged violation by
General Callcs of nn agreement mnklng
Naco, Sonora, on tho International line,
neutral territory. This recommendation
was supported by reports from tho con
sular agents on tho border and a noto
from General Villa's agency here com
plaining of tho net.
F.1LC0UDKRT TO ADDRESS
DEFENSE MEETING HERE
Noted Authority on International Law
Will Attend Gathering.
Frederic n. Coudert. the well-known
New York lawyer and recognized author
ity oit International law, la to be one of
the principal speakers at the meeting
called to form a branch of the National
Security League In this city. The meet
lng will be held at the Racquet Club to
night Mr. Coudert was In Paris when the war
broke out and had an opportunity to ob-
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serve at nt Wuti Mr nutteM! rr
parcdnwm r frtttotim tru-snt
Among thfr ottfer tp-nktm t li? mt
In will b 8. Htetvpirt Mimlran, drtfnr
president of th& league,. William Mfi
of New York, one of the field cniiM
who will tell What hn been donn tn oiW
ellle. and, unie qmthing nnrors
prevents, Ifrtry TU PHmon. x-crUr
Before the meeting there win b s, din
ner nt the club, which will be Altm4M
by member of tlie commute, w6 rs
responsible for the meeting, and In what
names the Invitations for it wtre emt mt
More than 60 Philadelphia ha r
rolled to attend the military IralhWI
camp which will be held at.piaitsbuR.
N. T., during August It Is expected tlmt
by the time the camp ofen on August Ml
at least n hundred Philadelphfatt win
(VI ANN &DILKS
1102 CHESTNUT ST.
Our Fall Stock Will Be N
3.50 to 5.00 Silk Shirts, 2.50
1.50 to 2.50 Madras Shirts, 1.00
(Stiff or soft cuffs, or with collars attached;)
2.00 Bathing Pants, Fast Blue, 1.00
4.00, 5.00, 6.00, 7.00 Bathing Suits, 2 Price
$6.00 White Flannel Pants. . .3.75
$1.50 Silk Hosiery 75c
$10.00 Raincoats 5.00
$1.00 to $2.00 Neckwear 50c
50c, 75c Hosiery' 25c
$6.50 Golf Jackets 3.00
Palm Beach Suits and Norfolk Coats, y2 Price
Bath Gowns, Dusters, Office Coats, Union
Suits, Golf Vests, Overcoats, etc., etc.
Mann & Dilks
1102 CHESTNUT ST.
One with every 10-
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HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE.
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PURCHASE ALL DAY
Market Eighth Filbert Seventh
You Can. Save Many
Dollars in These
A Limited Lot of Fatuously Good
Men's $18.50 Serge' Suits
Extra Pair of Trousers With Each Suit J
Boys' $2 & $2.50
btofier Big Purchase From the
Regatta and Gotham Novelty
Oliver Twist, Billy Boy, Tommy
Tuckor, vestee, Russian and sailor
models with Eton collars In striped
galatoa, plain-blue chambray, per
cales nnd madras. Also middy styles
In plain white with blue collars and
short or long pants. 2 ',4 to 10 years.
Boys' 75c Wash Suits 3Qc
Boys' $1.50 Wash Suits, fiRc
In bluo and brown striped calatea,
chambray, poplin and plain white rep.
Oliver Twist, Billy Boy, Tommy Tuckor
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From a Noted Philadelphia Manufacturer Who
Makes Nothing But the Best.
These suits are strictly all-wool, deep blue
color, lined with good quality mohair and
well tailored throughout. All sizes from
da to 42 inches chest.
1 For Vacation or Business Wear in
Summertime Nothing Can
Boys' 65c Wash A Qr
Tan khaki, wood, olive, plain blue
and tan llneno; sliver eray and white
duck. Bloomers nnd Knickerbockers.
Elm's Palm He CQ
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Every suit bears the famous
Palm Beach label.
.Plain and nattern effects In llirht
nnd dark colors. Some conservative
English models, others Norfolk
styles with belted backs. Prac
tically an sizes to 46-Inch chest.
Summer Outing: Trousers
Neat Black-and-White $9 on
Striped Serge A.OU
All-Wool White $9 no
Try one and you will not want
to be without it another summer.
$15 with Flue
$13.50 without Flue
ON EASY TERMS:
$1.25 After 30 Days
$1.25 a Month
At any of our stores or from rep
resentatives, THE UNITED GAS
Women's $3 & $4 ) $
Tongue Pumps . )
On First Floor and in. Subway.
Patent coltskin and minmotal calf.
with gray or fawn cloth Inlays. Sizes
2Vs to 7. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Women's $3.50 and $4
White Empire $Q Cn
and tan easing.
Some with black
Sizes 2M to 7.
Men's $3.50 to $5 $
Shoes & Oxfords
Many famous trade marks. Come In
patent coltskin, sun-metal calf, tan calf
and glazed kldskln. Mostly all sizes.
ALSO IN SUBWAY
Children's $1 Play GlQ
Tan grain; stitched elk soles,
ural shape. Sizes 6 to 5.
Girls' $1.50 to $1.75 Elftc
White Canvas Pumps uu
Mary Jane styles. Sizes 6 to 3.
No Mail or Phone Orders
Pf 1 j
W F IF T il-rr' IU
Of New and Needed
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Boys' 55 Norfolk
Blue serge. Blzes S to 17
7TH AND MARKET 8T8,
LITTLE MONEY SECURES BIG VALUES
Women's and Misses' Wear
New lots fresh reductions ample,
ns8orttnents greet one on every side.
! Misses' and Women's
S6.50 to S8.S0 Values
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i Something like it pretty tiIe from
which to ehoote One sketches.
Vine, natural, whltn and colored linens.
i striped and tteured patterns; charmlntr
TVfieonn' Pr AX7rvintl'c-
Actually Worth $15
Fine navy blue, black, Belgian blue, and
other colored taffetas; smart awnlng-atrlpe
pongees, shepherd plaid silks, fine nets
and batiste. Finished with aoallops. em
broidery, lace, folds and flounces.
Children's $1.75 $f 1Q
Fatent coltskin, dull gun-metal calf;
spring heel; hand-turned and flexible
sewed soles. Sizes 4 to It
SALE OF WASH SKIRTS
Latest full-flaring styles, showing- pockets and separate belts.
$1.75 Values Qflr
cotton corduroy and
$2.75 Values. . $1 75
High-grade linen, cordaltno. rep
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
Sale of Girls' Tub Frocks
Another Big Purchase of Regular 85c
Kinds (Sizes 6 to 14 years) )
On Sale 9:3(1 A 31. No Mail or Phone
Order Pilled : One Sktake4
Made of stylish slnghams, PreUf;
chambrayw In stripM. check an4 BlalB
colors. 8rart. Iong-wUtd ,18
with full plaited skirts, contrasting col
lars and ouHs, nlpiaga and Wflr.
HOSIERY : UNDERWEAR-
Lota Clearanoe Pricet oh Standard Qraim
Women's 75c 4Q
Pure thread silk. Have liih-pllc4
double, soles and rlnfrJ Barter imi,
Gome in btaci, whlU, t,,thi. pgMh
navv. puny, nu. ww vv em
ail the wauled h4H-
S1.50 White Dresses.
On, Sale It A if lf to I Year
Of flne Persian lawn, njbridry trimmed.
No moll or phone ordf r filled.
Two toned. t3m Jc,
White stripe. KiMi Pl
and popular oolor.
25c to 35c V!ii m
Cotton rihb4. Lew nck; alVMM.
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