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EVENING LEboSm-PHn,ADELPi30A, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1016
SEWING ADVICE-M'LISS DISCUSSES MAN'S VAGARIES
MAN DISPLAYS INFERIORITY IN
WAY HE BUYS HAT, SAYS M'LISS
This Important Ceremony, on Which Woman Has
Sense Enough to Spend Hours, Is Dispatched
in Few Minutes by Male of Species
THOSE persons who maintain dopier
ably that women every lft' becomo
more nnd more mannish, and man, fol
lowing suit, becomes more nnd more ef
feminate, need only to go into a hat shop
h man's hat shop to havo their opti
mism stimulated with the discovery that
men are still men and women women, nnd
all's Hit lit with the world, as Browning
would have It.
YH1 the male of the species the pur
Chasing of a fall "lid" is but tin Incident
In the day's work an unpleasant duty
to be performed In a few minutes snatched
from the lunch hour. With a woman,
the millinery expedition Is a sacred cere
mony. The hat that she buys will make
of her a happy or an unhappy woman for
tho rest of the season. To all outward
appearances, and even to the critical gaze
of her husband, the creation she has sent
homo may prove all that a hat should be.
But If It deflect so much as a quarter
of an inch from tho angle sho conceived
to be the becoming one. In consideration
of her retrousse nose, she will bo a
miserable woman so long oa she has to
wear It. And sho will curso tho hour
that she was persuaded Into buying it.
Now, although September 15 sounds tho
knell of the straw hat (sounds the knell,
that's what a real writer would write,
Isn't It?) tho hat shops oro still crowded
with anxious men convinced at last that
a 1915 hat is Incompatible with 1916 hap
piness, and each of these Uttlo Bhops con
stitutes an emporium of comedy for tho
woman who likes now nnd then to look
Upon the funny side of life.
Never is It so forcibly demonstrated
that humor Is akin to pathos as when a
fat man, who has been told that the
corpulence of his physiognomy limits
him to a derby, costs a yearning
ye on a dapper green Alpine with a
dinky little bow at Its stern. Never Is
the difference between man nnd woman
bo sharply defined as in tho fact that
men's hat shops boost no hand mirrors.
To a woman the rear view of her hat
Is as essential as the front. The sjdo Is
of supreme Importance. Uy disregarding
her profile a sublime looking woman can
be mado to appear ridiculous by the
mere adjustment of an Innocent hat; by
consldorlng tho profile, a weak. Inef
fectual chin can bo made to assume tho
strong proportions of a Minerva's.
A man Is ns unconscious of his profile
as ho Is of his "tummy." Ills procedure
In making his purchase Is In this wise:
"A hat," ho says to tho suavo clerk,
"what are they wearing?"
The clerk sends one fleet, enveloping
glanco toward tho man's head. In that
glance he sets tho fall style for his cus
tomer, lie docs not consider tho color
of tho newcomer's eyes, or tho Ingenuous
way In which his hair grows back from
his forehead, or the rosemblanco of his
skull to a muskmelon. Ho has no thought
for tho Interesting paleness of his pur
chaser's complexion, or the annoying
way his cars have of standing off, donkey
wise, from his head. Of what concern
Is it to him that good points can be
enhanced and bad ones mitigated by a
Time Is money to his customer. What
the man wants is not Just a hat, but tho
hat that can bo bought In tho quick
est Bpace of time without making him
look absolutely foolish. That Is tho ob
ject of the salesman's glance (o ascer
tain In a fraction of a second the brim,
crown and size of a hat that will not
make his patron look foolish.
Sometimes the clerk makes a slight
mistake In calculations and then the cus
tomer Is put to tho inconvenience of try
ing on two or three hats. When he finds
ono that Is comfortablo enough to war
rant his being unconscious of its new
ness the man's hands go down into his
Jeans nnd tho sale is made.
Who after having spent fifteen min
utes in a man's hat shop can still as
sert that man, who so grossly Ignores
the importance of the hat In, the eternal
scheme of things, Is a being on a su
perior plane? M'LISS.
SEEN IN THE SHOPS
Letters to the Editor of the "Woman'o Page J
Address all ronimunlratlons to M'LIss. Write on one slds of tho paprr onlr.
Dmr M'LIss: I can co 'Irishman" ona
bstter. Tl- answer to lour question: When
is a lady not a lady? la "When she's a irood
iookln-glsss (lass). ENGLISHMAN.
Dear M'LIss: In a recent article jou apeak
of woman having made neat Jobs of the work
vet out for them that of making real he-men
out of their "fathers, eons and sweethearta."
How about husbandaT Don't you Clara them as
menT A HE-MAN.
How can you nsk? They are tncluded
In the sweetheart class, of course.
Dear "M'LIss: In opposition to llattle here are
a, few reaaona why 1 am glad I was born a
Decauee a woman works for a pay envelope.
Because although man was created first I
ftm the more wonderful piece of handiwork.
Because evon If I do hnvn to bear the pains
of childbirth t can be a mother.
Because the so-called lord of creation mot
of the time la Inspired by a woman to all his
successes. rAULINE C.
Dear M'LIss: 1 hae n blue taffeta dress,
but It has faded a little around the shoulders
and a bla rlni in the front. I wish to know
If I can dye the dress myself.
A professional cleaner tells ms that It Is
virtually Impossible to obtain satisfactory
blue dyo of any shade. Taffeta Is ex
ceedingly difficult for the amateur, because
It has to be sheened by a special process.
I would not advise you to attempt It
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"BIRTH OF A NATION"
EXTENDS LOCAL RUN
Civil War Photodrama to Bo
Seen at Chestnut for Two
nnOAD "A LAIIY'fl NAMrV' with Mart
Tempest as a woman novelist In a medyM
Crrl Harro-urt, author of "A I'alr of B11K
Stockings." Open ng Saturday evening,
FOnnEIT "HYBll.." with Jull . Banderso",
Donald Brian and Joseph Cawtnorn.
USEFUL THREE-PIECE FALL MODEL
FOR the schoolgirl this three-pleco suit, consisting of a navy serge coat and skirt and
white pique waist, will make a very practical fall outfit. The coat may be removed.
If too warm for the classroom. It Is a cutaway model, finished with a collar and
circular cuffs, button-trimmed. Crcsccnt-sllt pockets are a feature of the coat, as well
ns ornamenting the skirt The latter Is gathered and finished with a deep belt. The
plquo waist has a roll collar, deep turnover cults and Is fastened with small pearl but
tons. In size from twelve to sixteen years. Price $15.
This drooping sailor has a velvet top and self-colored georgette crepe facing. The
soft crown Is slightly gathered Into the stiff sides. A cluster of pastel colored flowers Is
Its only trimming. Ordered In any color. Price, $12.50.
The name of the shop where theso articles may be purchased will be supplied by the
Editor of the Woman's Page, Evenino LEDOEn, 608 Chestnut streot. The request must
bo accompanied by a stamped Belf-addressed envelope and must mention tho date on
which the article appeared.
By the Photoplay Editor
For the second time In Its local history.'
DaVId W. arlfflth's "The Birth of a Nation"
has extended Its engagement. There has
been a steady and very large demand for
seats to tho great Civil War drama, which
originally played at the Forrest Theater.
Consequently the management of the Chest
nut Street Opera House wilt keep "The
Birth" for two moro weeks. The current
run will end on Saturday night, October 14,
after which thf photodrama will not be
seen In this city again.
Two notable visitors to Universal City,
Cal., recently were Allco Hcgan nice, author
of "Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch," and
Ernestine Schumann-Hclnk, the contrnlto.
The latter entered a cage of lions and sang
"The Hosary" before 1600 employes.
Dal Clawson, who photographed "Hypo
crites" for the Smaller and who has done
fine work for Kay-Bee, has been signed by
the Fox forces. Ho has a reputation for
achieving strange and dldlcult camera ef
fects and is especially good on trlclt stuff.
"Smiling Billy" Mason, late of Keystone,
and Leo White, once a Chapllnlte. are other
Another west coast wedding Is that of
Margery Wilson, a Fine Arts player, who
has the rolo of the Huguenot heroine In
arimth-9 "Intolerance," and Jerome Storm,
at the Ince studios. The ceremony, how
ever, was but a scene for a new Koenan
feature. "The Wharf P.at" Is a Fine Arts
production, being directed by Chet Witney,
with Mao Marsh and Bobblo Harrun.
Oliver Morosco has Issued a denial of
the recently published statement, In Inter
view form, that he said "the motion picture
will go down fighting, but will go down
nevertheless." Tho cheap, nnd not the
high-class, feature, he reiterates, rs tho one
Advices from Los Angeles state that tho
larger studios are temporarily reduolng their
Btock companies. American, Fine Arts.
Keystone. Ince and Universal are credited
with cutting tho payroll. Fox and IJisity,
It Is said, are, on tho other hand, increasing
tho lists of employes.
George Klelne, who recently affiliated
with Sellg-Edlson-Essanay, Is going to re
issue somo of his old successes. Including
"Spartacus" and "Quo Vadls?" The latter
picture was virtually the first spectacular
film to create widespread discussion. It had
a long run at the Oarrlck In Philadelphia
No diminution In Its full program is con
templated by Universal. The purpose of
the corporation Is to release every day a
picture with advertising possibilities. Well
known screen stars will be featured n two
reelers. Tho slngle-reelers will be comedies.
To comply with a growing demand, two
western films will bo released weekly, to
gether with a special animated cartoon and
On October 8 Pathe will Increase Its out
put to fifteen reels per week by releasing
ono Gold Rooster feature every seven days.
Ths will be equivalent to an output of three
Donald Brian and Josepij tawinorn.
Jokea regllded by a schooled comedian
pretentious leuionio orrici..
OAP.IUCK "TIIR IIOIWK OF fUfH." with
Msry Ityan An Ibsen-Ilka plot told melo
dramatically, but forcibly by Max Marcln.
I-f niC "ItOlllXSON CRIWOIt. JR.." with At
Jolson, Ijtwranee D'Orsay and Kittle Doner.
A Wlnlet Oarden show with a plot and all
tha other things Al Jolson at his best.
ADKLPHI "KPKniKTB.M ..with Ernest
(llendlnnlng, William Inaersoll and a large
rast, A "modern mo-allty play." with more
reality and humanness about It than graced
'Everywoman," Ulrndlnnlng eels superbly.
AT VOPVLAtt 1'MCBa
KNicKEnnocKnn "Pro o: my heart."
with Carewe Carvel Klrst local presentation
popular prices ox J Hartley jnanners
seen two seasons ago at the Add
MARION HARLAND'S CORNER
" A CORRESPONDENT asked about hand
Xj. woven coverlets. I found a treatise In
an article by Gardner Teal In an agricul
tural magazine. He says the art was re
vived a few years ago In the southern
mountains and old patterns were used and
tnany new ones made. So It Is In -hat re
gion tho Corner must look for advlco and
help. Tho art may still bo kept up at Deer
fleld, Mass., where so much handwork has
been revived. ANNA IC"
Substitute for Brace
"Mrs. E. asks for a brace for her two-year-old
boy, who Is growing bowlegged.
Way I offer a suggestion? Often the cause
of bowlegs is rickets, and often tho result
of feeding too much starches and sugars to
children. If ihe mother will give her child
more bono and muscle building foods and
plenty of -Tesh air he will overcome the
difficulty. Braces aro awful-looking things
as well as expensive. Give the boy a veloci
pede I That would be better than a brace.
By riding on one, tho little fellow would get
sdl the exercise his legs would need without
the weight of his body on them. He would
enjoy riding and get plenty of air. Almost
any ona is willing to part with toys, for
when they are outgrown they become a nul
aboa around an orderly house. E. O."
"I see where a mother' wishes a braes for
Iter baby's bowlegs. Several years ago my
little daughter was bowlegged. I had a
brace made, and a woman told me to take
It off, as it was more apt to injure than help
the bones. I took It off, not allowing It to be
put on again, and my child has as straight
Uc as ona would desire. My little son Is
also slightly bowlegged, but I am sure na
ture will correct it, as they are not bad.
Gentle rubbing of the little legs will help
greatly. IL B."
A Working "Woman'a Problem
"In behalf of K. IL concerning a work
ing woman's problem. It Is so like a friend's
that I take the liberty of writing to her
about Its Jeannette had the same dull rou
tine day after day until she left the hotel to
board with friends. She entered Into the
Ufa and spirit of those around her. Com
jMMiy always stayed until she got back
twnte. She always managed to get home
late, but not too lata for our fraternal meet
lnas and the entertainments that followed
the meetings. When she -wanted to get off
for anything special the manager of the
picture -how where she was employed al
lowed her plaoo to be taken by another girl
far the afternoon or evening. The girls al
ways called for Jeannette; therefore, it was
snare fun oomlRsT heme on the street car,
We would meet har at her off hours and
aw shopping together, or aha would return
(tea and soma or all woukt go back with
JksT aa4 9-toalM the pJoture show. I'd
tM to hear from M, IV. who wanted to
1 nw how and wht cowM do to entertain
"!-; ttraae after business hours. I am a
widow also, a few years younger than she
speaks of, and It might be we could get to
be greater friends. CLAIRE P."
Stiffening Crochet Baskets
"In reply to F. L. R. with regard to stif
fening crochet baskets: Dip the basket Into
melted paraffin quite hot and shape while It
Is cooling. Tatted baskets may be stiffened
slightly with starch or photographer's paste
may servo her purpose. When nearly dry
pull Into perfect shape. This hint Is taken
from a fancy-work book. Never having
tried the process, I cannot tell how good It
Measurements in Cooking
"1 am sending in a scale that may help
some Cornerlte. A good plan Is to paste It
In the kitchen or cook book: Two teas
poons equal one tablespoon; two table
spoons equal one ounce j sixteen tablespoons
equal one cup; two cups equal one pint;
one pint equals one pound; sixteen ounces
equals one pound; one ordinary tumbler
equals one cup. HELPER."
THE WOMAN WHO SEWS
Kraders tofto desire help with Ihtir dress
problems will address commuiilcations to Jfs
Petition hxpert. care of li Jsdltor 0 ne
Woman's Page, the Evening .Leaser.
THE woman who would be fashionably
gowned and hnblted this season must
have the purse of Fortunatus. for never was
there such a season for rich silks, furs and
brocades. Suit and coating materials range
In price from modest sums up to throe
figures. Fur forms a lavish trimming.
Elbow-length cuffs and pelerine collars show
tho pelts in all their fineness, and, strange
to say, because of these modes, short-haired
furs are favored.
Brocades of all description are the fabric
de luxe for evening wear. A new velvet,
sllk-Uke In Its softness. Is called "wedding
ring velvet," because It Is fine enough to
slip through tho golden circlet. This, when
elaborately brocaded with large gold and
copper flowers. Is magnificent beyond words.
Stiff "debutante" taffetas have narrow
stripes of silver thread through them, other
satins, chlrtons ana even gcorgem-a uuudi
a brocaded motif In metallic threads. And
colorings are as gorgeous as the materials
Dear Madam How would you brighten up a
navy blue messallne dress, with a pleated skirt
and a surplice blouse T The dress at present
Is all blue, with white georgette collar and
cuffs. Would a black patent leather belt and
georgette sleeves look all right? Your advice
will be appreciated. HCHOOIXlIltl..
Tho belt and georgette sleeves Mould look
charming. Broadcloth collar and cults would
also be smart. Large patch pockets of
serge, embroidered with a slmpln de'Icn
In gray or varl-colored wool threads would
Dear Madam I have some skunk fur which
was on a velvet suit last season. Z also have
a white Beorgette afternoon dress. Itussian
blouse model, which 1 wore all summer. What
I want to ask Is. can I stitch the skunk all
around the bottom of the white tunlo to make
It look like a winter frock? Would It he snit
able for evening wear. Informal, of course, with
a trimming Ilka this! What would you suggest
Instead of fur? MI13. 8. II.
Bands of narrow Bkunk, about an Inch
apart, would bo stunning on the dress you
describe. Those I saw were no more than
a half-Inch wide, used as I have described.
Marabout and opalescent beadlrg are also
used. Either would do nicely for Informal
VALNUT--"KOn Tim MAN Sill! tOVEll."
a new melodrama containing old stuff, but
very well produced and neatly acted.
cim:htnut HTitnBT oprha housk "tiir
IIIKTIt OK A NATION, with Henry 11.
Walthall, Mae Marsh, Lillian Olsh and others.
NEW FEATURE FILMS
STANl.rjT "ASIIKS OF RMItERS." with Paul
ine Frederick, all week. Tho star has a dual
role, that of twin sisters. "Home Tropical
Ulrds" and "The Spanish Pyrenees" also on
AltCADIA "DIANE OF TUB FOI.t.ir.S." with
Lillian Ulsh, a Fine Arts-Triangle, latter halt
ni:aitNT "Tin: wir.r.i. of thk
wiin i-.mil)- Htevens. a Aieiro lefci
nan 01 tne week.
TALACE "Tlin riOIITlNO PARSON." with
Dustln Farnum, a Pallas, latter half of tho
VICTORIA "THE WHEEL OF THE TAW,"
with Emily Stevens, a Metro, latter halt of
KEITH'S "The Oarden of the -World," with
Adelaide and Hughes; Cecil Cunningham! Car
mela and Itosa I'ontlllos "The Prediction":
Emmett Welch. Al Oerard and Sylvia Clark:
Clark and. Verdi: Lillian Donne and Hert
Albert: Jack and Kitty Demaco: Ernetta Aso
rlo and company, and tha Bellg-Trlbune news
OLOUE "Sons of Abraham": the Ore-it Lam
bertt and company: .Derrick and Hart. In
"At the Movies": Kelly and 8awtelle: Jvelly
and Sauwaln: Palter. Lynn and company:
Hilly Klnkald: Illxley and Lerner; Lillian
Doherty; Uob Tip and company, and ths Laf-
WILLIAM TENN Latter half of week: Harney
Williams; the Gordon Trio: Ward and Van:
the Club Trio: "The Little Liar,"
CROSS KEYS Latter half of week: Svengall
and Mini. Helento, McDonald and Rowland:
Nellie Monahan: Schwartz brothers; Wieners
and Durk. and Oordan and Smith.
OllAND Hobby Wallhour; India snd Redding:
Cole. Russell and Da -,1a. In "Walters Want
ed': Sadie Ds Long; ihe Kanazawa Japs;
Mutual comedies and Paths news pictures.
DUMONT'S "The Opening of Earl'a New
Store, or No More Derrs," a new burlesque.
O Twilight I Spirit that dost render birth
To dim enchantments, molting heaven and
Leaving on craggy hills and running
A softness like the atmosphere of dreams;
Thy hour to all Is welcome 1 Faint and
The light falls round the peasant's home
Who, slow rteurnlng from his task of toll,
Sees the low sunset gild the soil.
And through such radiance round htm
Marks the small spark his cottage window
throws. Carollno Norton.
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so run or birr tins.
I .toaae.'tiYfe-fc .kot-o?
lvv Miuwyn irrv TUOnftl 'l
will never led st-; "
De.c-b.v3e.im so amtll
If wash goods, smear the spots thlc'tly
with butter and let stand In the sun; t.ien
wash In hot suds and dry. It will take any
Should your whisk broom show signs of
wear take tho scissors and cut off all the
worn straw and the life of the broom will
Lay a piece of newspaper over tho top
of the lco cake and when you hastily place
your dessert or salad on the ice to cool It
will not Blip on.
Miss Grace S. Martin
Formerly of 102 H. 12th St.
lias Removed to
Room 411, Baker Dld'c, 1520 Chestnut St.
Classes Reopen October 4th
An Exhibition of China painting and re
productions of old china will bo held
November 23, 24 and 25.
Member of Plaatlc Club. Academy
Fellowship and Cerapno League.
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Hot weather puts
butter to tho test.
Good butter re
mains firm in tem
cause inferior but
ters to soften and
stands up in warm
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has a firm body of
all pure butter.
There is no excess
moisture in it to
cause it to soften
and no impurities
which would start
Always in the air
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Keystone Phone, Main 171)
Look for Ihe "Mtrlfoll"
wrapper airtight, -nut- a-i-f
odor-proof at your grocers.
: ROBINSON & CRAWFORD-:
AIUAMDDA12"1- Morris 4 Passyunk Avs.
ALnAIuDKA Mat. Dally at 2; Eves. 0:43 A 0.
WALLACE nElD k CLEO IUDOELY la
"Ths House With the Oolden Windows"
LILLIAN GISH in
"DIANE OF THE FOLLIES"
For sixty years has pro
vided a safe, nourishing
food for babies. It is pre
pared with scrupulous
care for that purpose.
C2D AND THOMPSON
June Caprice -fie Harry Hilliard in
Dri 1T'"M,T e2D ADOVE MABKET
DUiLilVlUiN 1 Mats., i:so c, 3:80, joe
Kvgs., 0:80. 0, 0:30, ISc
Mary Pickford n 'WK jTSSand-
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A-1L-VI. PAIUUOUNT THEATER
EDMUND BREESE in
"THE WEAKNESS OF STRENGTH"
Hazel Dawn fie Owen Moore in
ANITA STEWART in
TUB DARINO OF DIANA"
Robert Warwick ln
BSD AND LOCUST
Mats.. 1:30 and 8:30,
Kvcs., 0:30, 8, 0:30,
Market St Theater "Vtubet
FANNIE WARD in
"A OUTTER MAODALENE"
PAI AsT J! MARKET STREET
a n-LrL 1V 20o.
DUSTIN FARNUM in
"THE riQHTINO TARSON"
PARK- WDOB AVE. & DAUPHIN 8T.
-- MAT.. Z!1B
MAT., 21B. EVO., 0:45 to 11,
Marie Doro,,Comm( Ground
Ethel Clayton fie Holbrook Blinn in
"HUSDAND AND WIFE"
DPrUWT 1-W4 MARKET BTREET
aVE.VaEJ'-l 1 HUMAN VOIOB OXOAN
EMILY STEVENS in
TUB WHEEL OF LAW"
mitlnniass ha-tr mmL
nahaa .toMfe-v m..i
OsMr MtWty PWssta WiaMaW
t WMm 41
Suits, Furs, Top
tinlng-tnw m -dvanoe
mR iin-d aa finnsiiiHaBsaJly ftna
ax tM MUtbtntte -.
i itaaa y-a-tt
-Oaiifl in fall attl-re. YfttfT tot-
gau m cjarauw-f invn-n.
KCrU QT THEATER.
OO 1 1 s3 nL Eoruc.
Bel. Sprues. Evgs. T to 11.
W. S. Hart in "The Patriot"
SILLIB BURKE to "Olorla'g Romance"
20TII AND DAUPHIN
NANCE O'NEIL in
"FIRES OF JOHANIS"
I FAHFR FORTY-FIRST AND
UE,'X'-'IV LANCASTER AVENUE
VIOLA DANA in
"TUB LIOHT OF HAPPINESS"
HENRY B. WALTHALL in
"PILLARS Of BOCIIITY"
RI A I T -Ts OERMANTOWN AVE.
rt;,-, v AT TULPEHOCKEN BT.
Antonio Moreno fie Edith Storey in
THE ISLAND OF REGENERATION"
RITD V MARKET STREET
'J BELOW TTH STREET
SESSUE HAYAKAWA in
"THE HONORABLE FR'END"
Eleanor -1bodruff jafFERY"
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been the means of placing The Stores Where Quality Counts highest in,
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enable the family to live better at less expense. '
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Gold Seal Long Pan .
Our Pan Tasty Raisin
BREAD S 5c
It pays to buy Bread at "The Stores Where Quality Counts."
8c Ji: Gold Seal Rice
High grade fancy Rice at a
price that makes it most economical.
Pure Peanut Butter.
Wholesome and economical.
Usually sold in many stores for'
8c to 10c the glass. v
TIOGA ,TTU AND VENANao 8TS
"THE SCA.RLET ROAD"
FsatU7lo ANNA NILBSON
VICTORIA ABOVB NINTH
EMIIY STEVENS in
"THSA WHHKL OF THE LAW"
NANCE O'NEIL in
"THOSE WHO TCHL"
GIRARD MFIZ,?FI n
CTiNI rV MARKLT ABOVB 18T1I
OlUlLJCt I 1H1H A. M tn litis P.-M.
PAULINE FREDERICK in
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R. & C. Ammonia, bot 4c
Extra Strength Ammonia, bot... 10c
Cloudy Ammonia, quart bot 20c
Gold Seal Blue, bot 4c
Gold Seal Borax Soap, cake 6c
Fels-Naptha Soap, cake 4c
Lenox Soap 3 cakes for 10c
Snowboy Washing Powder, pkg.. 4c
Lighthouse Cleanser, can 4c
Old Dutch Cleanser, can........ 8c
Scrub Brushes, each. .... .5c, 8c, 10c
Stove Brushes, each ...10c
Dust Brushes, each 10c, 25c, 30c
Well-made Brooms, ea., 25c, 30c, 35c
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Gold Seal Corn, can '"
Rohfnrrl Sr-n-n-p- Corn. can....l0C
Fancy Maine Style Corn, can...lte;
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Gold Seal Sifted Peas, can I"!
Uold Seal li. J. Peas, can -,
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Gold Seal Tomatoes, can.....,.-jte;
Choice Tomatoes, large can,...-.!
Gnlrl Seal Hurlc-wheat. tike. 91
Rnlrl Ral Psnrilrs Flour. Dkff.,
Pure Honey, bot.., 8c, 14c, 30
zsc can Log cabin syrup ior.,.
SELECTED EGGS n 35c
Every Egg guaranteed good and big value at this price.
V-lb. pkg. 15c: -lb. pkg. 8c
Kamelia is without exception
"The Best" 29c Tea sold in this
city, as, comparison will quickly
prove. We hv your favorite
kind in Black, Mixed or Assam.
The izreat and Browing pMat'
larity of Robford Blend ,'
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GOLD SEAL OATS Sfc 8c '
Gold SmI is the highest grade of White Rolled Oats prfrductd
There's full value, complete satisfaction and real economy in Gow
Seal Oats. '
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