Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, December 12, 1922, Night Extra, Page 5, Image 5
m f??P5PPt v- w5fia W MVVBA ': msx it m . EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-' PHILADELPHLi; TtJESDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1922 kihetht TOTALI (ON PEACE Witherspoon Hall Audience Will Hear Jean Lengiiet'e Chal lenge te Clemenceau ' GRANDSON OF KARL MARX Jean Tienjruct former member of the Trench Clinmbcr of Deputies, will tpcuk en "France nnd tlie Movement for Interimtlennl Pence" nt Witherspoon Hull tonight nt a meeting arranged by the Jean Longuet Committee. Dr. jesse Helmes, of Hwarthmore College, -ill preside. Members of the committee for the 'Philadelphia meeting arc from Bryn Mawr College, the University of Tcnn grlvanla. the Women's, Interimtlennl league for l'ce und Freedom, the etinE Democracy, the Council of Jew-" ish Women nnd the Women's Trade Union League. M. Longuet Is the son of the Socialist nienccr, Churles Longuet, and grnadsen of Karl Marx. He has hceii in this country for some weeks, fiienklng In everal cities en French socialism. He represents n great bcetien of French opinion opposed te linrsh treatment for l' rfcmenccau does net represent the r,i llPIirt 01 L' IUIH-V, Jjun,u;i. .i nil he ucsircs 10 cun.i. ......v ............ t" faL impression which the "Tiger' I..V.lnir In America. M. Longuet n of debts nris- Liquor and stills seized PrnhlhUlAn Ahm4j. nf-i W1..1I aa..J ' " and Hemes . Prohibition agents rnldcd five plqcCH yesterday and eelzcd n large nmount-ef .liquor nnd two BtlUs. According te the ngenis, the following seizures wcre made: One ignllen of liquor In tbe candy store. of 1J. Dcnskn, Fnlrmeunt avenue' nenr Twenty-third street; n forty-gallon Still ntld n OUntltltv nt mnRh In the home of Philip Meats, J445 North Alder stieet; n forty-gnllen still ifnd twelve hnrrch of madh In the home of A. Shaft 1430 aorta Alder street; four gallon!; of liquor In thu home of S. Her kewskl, 2127 Brown' street; three nunrts of liquor in the clgnr store of Jehn Van Luck. 2221 Fnlrmeunt ave nue. Shere Hotelmen Meet In April Atlantic City, Dec. 12. Tentative unies ter me nnnunl spring exposition of 'the Avenue Hetel' Association were "elected at the monthly nesslen held Inst night. April 10 te 20 were the dntes selected and arrangements have been made te held flie nftnlr en the Garden Pier. rEstey Service"T is as supreme as I AND VICTOR RECORDS an it is in Pianos, Players, Re preducing: Pianos and Organs CONVENIENT TERMS ARRANOED ESTEY COMPANY HEstey Hall, 17th & Walnut 11s M J 111 i-l... nti iUn (llinufff ? out of the World .War at the faceting tonight and will i1Icuh the role 01 America in the saving of Europe from further decay. France Is controlled today by the itn Ticriftllsts. Ihe greedy business interests nu the militarists, he asserts. These forces gained control of the country by n appeal te patriotism Immediate!) after the war. Hewcur, the French aie becoming restive under this rule, and .... ii.nnil p I'inents nil come Inte Bener at the next election, he predicts J . f.. . . .nil nil nllVA lin Ufl VII I The mind of its people has changed Tierceptihly since the isigning of the armistice, nnd It Is istill clmnglng from lnv te dav, but the only France which Americans becm te knew about is n mill-tniktii-, jingo (iuvcrnnieiit born in the liisterin of wnr nnd dedicnted te the twin principles of rage nnd spite. The Trance of today is u France that longs for peice nnd Is desperately looking for n leadership which will point the way te pence net bv the path of conquest and revenge, but through the establish ment of such Interimtlennl co-operation . that world friendship may take the place of world suspicion." BUSINESS MEN ATTACK POOR TROLLEY SERVICE Five Northeastern Section Organiza tions Want Routes 4 and 5 Restored rive orcanizatlens in the northeastern section of the city were represented lnsl nlplit nt a mnss-meeting when residents of Tnoeny. Wisslnemlng and Terresdule epreed te ask Thernus K. Mitten, presi dent of the Philadelphia ltnpid Transit, for better transportation facilities. The niganlzatiens which bent dele gates were Tnoeny Fathers' Associa tion, Tnoeny Heard of Trade, Tncnny Merchants' Association. Wlssluemlng Ituslness Men's Association and the Terres lab' lmpiovement Association. The meetine ns held in the Cnrnpffn' Librium . Torresdale avenue and Leng- 1 shore Mrret. I 1'ietest v.ns made- against the dis-. iNiuiiu.iurc in hip service en iieuies 4 nnd S nnd the "peer and in in fFei'the service" en Heute 5S. Hoeniisi. of the stepping of the service en Routes 4 nnd 5, they declared, the trolley riders have been compelled te pav two fares te miiuIi peintH in Ken slnutim te which they were formerly carried for one, fare. The meeting hist night was the re sult et a number of smaller meetings throughout the affected communities since the opening of the "J," and the Introduction of new surface tiausiiorta-tieu. ictrblas Victer Records ."n the Street Fleer wonderful' Lara Stock and Inviting: Domenatration , Parlors ' I'm TrtifU nllini g mthu 73 Jim? j X bs . - 1L I lZ-7I4NarkelSt.J 3 KtDICAS UKOCiT miir tiiiiiiiiiiii ''j ."!I3C TRIAL SIZE 1 rfijftfafttf-iiiiin nu iini tmnii in rBflrTanfl ' i Talces the edge eftTallchills.A delicious drink full of food feed value. Trial si:e, 10 cents. Matle by Ataiirs Whitman's Checchtts BAD MONEY BEING PASSED fiecret Service Chief Lays Counter felts te Bootleggers This city is being flooded with coun terfeit five, ten nnd twenty dollar bills eccerdtng te William C. Houghten, cinef of the Secret Service llureau. He Mnrns the public (e leek out for $.". Indian Hend notes, 510 notes listed JJene Park Nntiennl Hank, and SIM fiank notes, listed Grand Itaplda Na tional Until;. I Mr. Houghten said he believed these I notes were being made In Italy nnd "inugsleil Inte this country. borne of these notes," Mr. Houghten 1 MW, arc being passed by ceuntcifeit- ! rs through bootleggers." "A quick !enl is made nnd the bootlegger puts the money in hs socket without look leek Jug at the bills. He is stuck und passes them te somebody else." LIFE TERM TO MRS. HODELL Mether and Daughter Sentenced for Murders In Michigan hi V C0U(1- Mich., Dec. 1U. Mrs. ' A" uudgceu nnd Iter ilnuglitcr. Meda 1 UcJcll, were sentenced te life impris onment lit the Detroit Heuse of t'01- ' rectlen jesterday following their recent 1 conviction 011 charges of murder grew- Xfi 0,,t, of, tlie ,,Put,1B ei David Hedell, 1 fat icr-ln-law of Mrs. Hedell. and J "emle Hudcll, her husband. One of Heskins' Desks WILL MAKE A Practical Christmas Gift for the business friend, man. or woman, we suggest a desk, which veu will find hcie in a mit vnriety of sixes and finishes. We also ofl'er Sec tional Bookcases; .Electric Lamps. both for home and office; Card Tables, Smoking Stands, Bedside Tables, .uk the Waterman "Ideal" i7euiifun Fountain Pens, "Eversharp" Pencils, Brief Cases and ether useful articles which nre always acceptable and in geed taste. Henk Sjet In IlniHN, llriisH lie I.iinc. .Marble, Leather. OIuih mil Weed. TmsKuML, 904-906 Chestnut Street The GIFT SHOP 0 CHESTNUT Si. 4l Bell Telephones Spruce 81-10 Gtn. 2000 Mitchell Fletcher Om Fancy Glace Fruits Gift Bexes, $1.15, $2.25, $3.25, $5.25 Glace Prunes, Stuffed with Prunes, $1.15 Bex Mince Meat in Jars 'Park Farm Plum Pudding u Park Farm Ne. 1 Can, 40c $4.50 Dez. Ne. 3 J.ri, $1 75 1 Ne. 5 Jan, $3.25, Ne. 2 Cun, 70cj $8.00 Dez Alma or Sweet Bnnr Ne. 3 Jir, $1.40; Ne. 5 Jan, $2.60 Park Farm Fruit Cake Round Cake of about 3 Lbi., $2.25 " " " " 4 " 3.00 it " : M 3.7! Alie cut in Mb. Piete at 80c. Lb. 2-Lb. Piecci, $1.50 8lfc & Caeitnut.Sti. 2lh 4 Market SU. Ne. 3 Can, $1.20; $14.00 Dez. Malaga Table Raisins Special Weeden Bexes S'j-lb., each, $4.00 3j3 ! Colonal 1-lb. boxes 70c Colossal Clusters, pacliage.-. ,65c Fancy Clusters, 1-lb. puckage, SOc .5600 Gerraantewa Aye. Atlantic City, N. J. Christinas Music Iby the Strawbr idlge ' te Start, a Ckistm Beaitifml Way JOHN WANAMAKER It is with sincere sorrow that we record upon our page te-day the sad news of the passing of the eminent; citizen and great mer chant, whose business establishment has been contemporary with ours for mere than half a century. Jehn Wanamnker mes a mi?n of distinguished attain ments. Ne man of his time wielded a mere far-reaching influence in elevating the ten ets and practices of retail business. His genius was the genius of individuality. His person ality was v given vivid expres sien through the great business! founded and bunded by him, and thus vividly impressed upon the entire retail world.! Seldom indeed has it been given a man te se long guide the destinies of an institution of his own creating. May that great business structure long survive as a monument te his rare talents. STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER 1 afPHIillllWW ',WSk, a.iaF V' .' Axminster Rugs 9x12 Feet, Special $29.75 and $31.50 Only about CO Rurs in this group, which because of hiiner irregularities in weave are at Axminster inches, af sucli low prices. Alse Small Rugs, size $5.75. Fine Axminster Rugs in odd sizes that arc const t"M in demand': 6.9x9 feet $19.75 and $24.75; 9x9 feet $25.75, $33.75; 9x10.0 feet $28.75. Extra - large Axminster Runs; 9x5 and 11.3x12 feci $52.75. Slight defects in weave or matching are re sponsible for this low price $52.75. Cocea Doer ?.Ints will make useful Christmas gifts. About 1,000 of them here, in various sizes at interesting pric-py 10x27 inches $1.65; 18x30 inc'ies Si 85- 2v3". in"he., -. $2.25; 22x30 inches $3.75. sir ml. liU. . ricitln. r I'leir l'j, VIlhiTt Mrr.'l Gifts for AtMetic Beys and Girls Soccer Ralls of pehlile grain lenier, for linv; or girls $1.25; of cowhide $5.00: ethers at $2.50 te $10.00. Basket Ralls ' of polible pelible grain lcnthcr. full size $3.90; ethers at $3.50 te $13.50. Rughy Feet Rail of peh-ble-grain leather $1.50; of cowhide $3.50; ethers at $1.75 te $9.00. Boxing Gloves $3.50 te $15. Punching Bags $3.30 te $10.00. Ball-Bearing Reller Skates, Union Hardware make, for boys and girls $1.95. Alslu 13, Cuitm Men Always Want Shirts Especially when they nre from Strawbridge & Cloth ier's, the Stere te which men come te buy their own. Fine-count percalc, numer ous color combinations $1.3r Of finoveven-stripc or plain white maaras $1.55. Of extra-fine woven-stripe maUras $1.95. Of excellent fabrics, with fibre silk stripes $2.15. Of fancy striped English broadcloth $5.00. Of beautiful silk in scores of smart, distinctive, colorful patterns $5.00 te $12.00. . Night Shirts, of outing flannel, $1.15 te $2.00. Pajamas, of warm outing flannel $1.65 te $3.50.' Teut Stere, Vigli'li Sim t Paisley Prints of Silk-and-Weel Arc foremost from a fa.-h-ien standpoint. Coleiings and designs are gloiieus. Net only are these new patterns going rapidly into gift boxes te be fashioned into frocks and blouses, but many arc selecting Paisley Prints te make into scavfs and muffler-; for gifts. Width -10 inches ,!3.00 te $5.00 a yard. Str.-mlirllce .t Ol-itlii, i -.Me C, I nt- Men's Initialed Handkerchiefs 35c Or 3 for $1.00. An attrac tive price for biich desirable linen Handkerchiefs. All are neatly hemstitched and nicely initialed. Give them by the dozen, at $-1.00. ilurktt Strict Crns .fish- The Christmas Boek Stere Full of Geed Cheer Which radiates te all corners of the earth, whenever a Boek carries the Christmas message of friendship. Table after table of Fiction 50c te $3.50. Shelf after shelf, laden with Beeks of Poetry, Drama, Travel, Biography, History, Essays, Literature, Politics, New Thought, Household Science, Psychology, Architecture, Music, Nature, Sociology, Sports and Games. A special Table of Beeks Men will like. A special group of the well-known Mosher Beeks. Beeks in sets, from a small Three-volume set of Burns at $J.OO te a Thirty-volume set of Dickens, hand bound, $190.00. Beeks for Children Include These The Giants of Lllliputania, with colored illustrations COc. Charming Children of Dickens' Stories HOC. Picture Story Boek for chil dren, with colored illustrations twelve diffeient volumes SOc each. A table of illustrated Classics for boys and girls, with colored illustrations $1.25 te $2, Famous Classics for boys and girls, ever forty titles $1.00 Thousands of Reeks for boys and girls iron) 5 te 14 years old SOc each. Tey Heeks, paper, linen and washable muslin 5c te $2.00. Something-to-de nnd Paint ting Beeks 25c te $1.50. Comic Beeks, Doe Dads. Fexy Grandpa, Buster Brown, Mutt nnd JctT, etc. 25c te fiOe each. Mether Geese, in a score or mere, different editions 35c te $3.00. Picture Story Beeks, Ani mals, Fairy Tales, etc., 75c te iS.60, Bedtime Stories 40c te 75c, , Wee Beeks of all kinds, 25e ler a single volume, and ethers, boxed, three and four books in a box $1.00, $1.50 and $1.75. Three Little Cottentailsj three titles SOc each. Christmas Cards, Felders and Booklets a wonderful varietv IV-Str)iwlrlJei & ciethkr Siv-uuil t'lcwr, W,'t ' Women's Weel Dresses Special Value at $18.50 An excellent oppeitunity for the many women who find they need an extra dress of this kind ifer a geed, handy standby during the strenuous Helidny activities. There are trim, well-tailored, geed-looking models of Peiret twill, tricetine and serge, in navy blue nnd black, chiefly in the slender, straight-line styles, with the youthful round, cellarlcss neckline. Seme simply tucked, ethers embroidered or trimmed with novelty braid. An Excellent Assortment of Weel and Silk Dresses at $25,00 Canten crepe, chinchilla crepe nnd brechc crepe in surplica blouse and straight-line models, black, brown or blue. Some are beautifully embroidered in unusual designs. Peiret twill Dresses with colored cmbieidery or braid for trimming; straight-line models in coat style, also surplice or basque effect. Nflvy blue and black $25.00. hlrawbrlJue & Clothier.- Hecund rioer. MarkVt Hucet Francis Bacen Player-Pianos $550 Delivered in time for Christ mas for a moderate first pay ment, the balance payable in monthly amounts. Francis Bacen Pianos and Player - Pianos are widel known as the finest moderate priced instruments obtainable. And new prices arc lower than fop years. Upright Pianos $350.00. $375.00 and $400.00. Upright Player - Pianos $550.00, $575.00 nnd $600.00. Baby Grand Pianos $700. Reproducing Upright Pianos 5900.00. Renreducing Grand Pianos .$1600.00. In addition te these, we are also exclusive representatives for the supreme Sehmer Pianos. Player-Pianos and Reproducing Pianos, as well as for Hazelton Brethers' fine instruments. Str.miir'l,.,. A ( ,ir -l'iftli llier. Wnt Gift Bath Robes Are of Cordurej' $5.95 A lovely Bath Rebe. Of cordu cerdu v e y, a s s k e t died. in rose, c h c r r y, C e p e n- hageu blue ' and purple. The value i s excep t i e u a 1 at $5.95. The same model with mull lin ing, spe cial- $7.ur. Anether Uuely Cm-duiey Bath Rebe, unliued, with shawl cellar, girdle and pockets, special $3.95. A tailored model $5.00. Strawbrlilci- A lletlihr Third Fleer, l'ilbiit Street, Uti Wall Paper at Half Price Small lets of beautiful Wall Papei, each consisting of 10 piec'S of side-wall paper, C pieces of ccilini; pnpc : and lb jards of decoration. Included aie .-tripes ;ml flerals for thj bedroom, tapestries, shadow and figuied striped patterns for the dining-room and hall. Piice range from $3.00 te $7.00 a let. A small let of Japanese Grass Cleth Paper 50c a square ald. In addition, all our present stocks of Wall Paper are re duced for a pre-Christmas clearance. Prices are very low. straw lirlilgn i I'letlilrr I'ul.il I'luer. Filbert strcrt 1 i n Mk wrr&maifM CI (Iflknlu'i'jfilf n Vvvt WW III III That Bey Would Like a Raincoat Indeed he would! And we have the best kinds for boys, arranged se that you can se lect quickly. Raincoats nt $3.75 Black Rubber Raincoats; sizes 0 te 10 years $3.75. Of black rubber, with tan jean back; G te 16 years $5. Tan Rubberized, belted; (i te 14 years $5.00. Whipcord Coats for rain or shine, excellent value $12.75. IMack Rubber Hats 75c. Tan Rubbeiized Ruin Hats $1.00. Slrawbrlilffc .V Clothier -Mini.i Fleer, rilbt'it Strut. j.' Men's Suits Te-Measure, $47.50 and $55.00 Men who aie particular about their clothes will find this Custom Tailoring Shep a geed place in which te satisfy their needs. Business Suits niade-to-ineasuie from an abundant range of suitings $47.50 and $55.00. Alse a huge collection of tweeds and hemespuns for golf Suits, black and gray fabrics for Cutaway Coats te wear with striped trousers, white and black silk vestings for Evening Vests. An order new will insure your getting the Clethes for Christmas. M-.. ! r! We Si H.itliter mi J r:e.r. Hast Camel's-Hair Weel Sweater Sets Unusual, $7.95 JUST THE GIFT FOR YOUNGSTERS, 2 TO (i Slip-en Sweater, Leggings, Cap and Mittens of tan earners-hair wool. Rely poly youngsters leek adorable in them, and they sire just as warm and cesy a can be, ready for long play hours in wintry weather. Sweaters nre belted, with a bieast pecket and roll cellar. Such Sets are usually much hip her in price, but we secured these at a price concession new $7.95. Str.in'Lrnli.1 . 'nihliT . Women's Sample Coats at Wholesale Prices Continuing the Sale of Ssimple Coats from our own tact. . including Tep Coats of fancy mixed tweeds, in the overcoat tljle-. Dress Coats of fine Belivia weaves in plain shades; and Plush Ceals that closely resemble fur coats; in stiaight-line belted and wrap effects. Many handsome fur-cellar Coats in the let. An excellent variety of the best types of the season $2J, $35, SJ0, $50, $65, $75, $100 All in size G, but many in the full easy uil'ects adaptable te larger figures. The values are wonderful. ?-Straw biliieu s. llullikrbti-i.ua lw uiitu $3.50 3000 Yards of Heavy Satin Canten Crepe " A diess length of one of thu season's smartest Silks is a gift te delight a woman. A heavy quality, beautiful in weae and texture, that tails in graceful drapery or slim straight lines in accord with fashions whims. In black and smait shades. This is a rare oppeitunity, indeed, te secuie Satin Canten Crepe of such excellence at $U.50 a yard. , iV- strawbrldeu i. Cluthlu- -Alkle 0, uutrv & Clothier Onenis as Shopping Day MUUAt. , r ., (tijnstmas KjLMm CrmrM-ta- C ij.imjerzm g t- eginning nt 9:30 '.iVEfimrmkit we . 7 II every morning, until j-fetismuur .0, uiiau- sive, the Strawbridge & t'JZGZ.9 Amim ni.n.; rn mi ..:.. mks'maKH viutiiiui eiiuius win siiik Iffi-KiriSF: w ,, , m aaaaaaaaaaaa - - nil t- ri r iiniii iinmi Ull L1IU DUl-Ullll 1IUU1, Program Te-morrow PROPHECY AND FULFILLMENT A Christmas Cantata written especially for the Christmas concerts by Henry Hartley. ELSIE LYONS COOK Seprano MARGUERITE CROWELL RARR Contralto JOHN OWENS Tener William S. Thunder at the Sohmer Grand Piane Incidental Tableaux by Members of the Stere Family. f'flie abee program will be breadcntled threuich our JUtlle Statlun) Jmtm. h&- W DfjfM BafaHVaVI KCJ Give Her Aladdin Aluminum Ware When presenting the house wife with .aluminum ware for Christmas, be sure it is poed, heavy und lasting such is Aladdin Aluminum Wurc. Covered Cooking Kettles, four-quart fdze, with bail handle $2.00. Teakettles, four-quart sie. of , ene piece $4.35. Windser Kettles, in four quart size $2.25. Deuble Roasters, for these great, juicy roasts the family always entnuses ever s;j.:)e $4.95 and $5.l5. Fourth Fleur, Ccrtf ar BBM aBB b Buddha Metal Boek Consoles $4.00 Solemn, dignified and sub stantial (as illustrated), and ' a fitting support for books of wisdom. Finished in green-and-geld, blue - and-geld, red-and-geld and old ivory. An appropri ate gift for the book lever S4.00 a pair. Imported Pencils range in price from $1.25 for an enam eled one te $3.50 for a beau tiful sterling silver specimen. AUlu 10, Ci'iitm Everybody Wants a Pert- 1200 Yards of . Linen Damask What a splendid gift this beautiful, firmly-woven, ex clusively - designed Linen able Typewriter for home use uamasi: would make for the these days, and the Reming particular hostess. It is 70 ten at $G0.00 is unequaled inches wide and much below regular price $2.35 a yard ununlf'd. Same keyboard, same shift keys as large office model. Sec Napkins te match, size 22x the demonstration 22 inches $(5.00 a dozen. Hemstitched Humidor Linen Dinner Seta. In round or oval damask designs, and boxed. Cleth, 06x60 inches, with six Napkins, 20x20 inches $10.00 a set. Cleth, 00x80 inches, with six Nap kins. 20x20 inches $12.00 a set. Slr.1ivlirMc & I'lutl.Irr thle 11, Filbert Strict Satin Damask Portieres, Special i StrnulrlIge A. CletMr Alslc 7. Centr- $15 In fact, this price is one eno ene third less than usual. The Portieres are unusually handsome, and come in rich two-tone shades of mulberry. blue, green, rose, brown and inches $1.35 ether desirable colorings, and Bolster Cases te match.) Full eO inches wide and about lune Muslin Pillow Cuse3 214j ards long. A splendid with beautiful embroidered gilt for the home $15.00 a edges. Size 45x30" inches, pair. srrawi-iiiec a rimiiiiT - $2.50 a pair. TWrJ rioer, Catre Altle l- filbert Sttvt-t Bedfurnishings Practical gifts which anv geed housekeeper will wel come. Satin-finish white Mar seilles Bed Spreads, double bed size, 80x90 inches $5.00. White satin-finish Mar seilles Bed Spreads with cut corners and scalloped edge, size 88x9S inches $8.50 each; Bed Spreads with Sham te match $12.50 a set. S. & C. Sterling Pillow Cases, size 45x38 '- inches, hemstitched 95c each. (Sheets and Bolster Cases te match.) Fancy muslin Pillow Cases that are hand-drawn and hemstitched. Size 45x40V- each. (Sheets Children's Automobiles and Lets of Toys in The Christmas Tey Stere Toys and Toys, enough te bring Christmas happiness te every little boy and girl. And the first Christmas treat is te bring the children te this Easy-te-Get te Tey Stere and let them see Santa Claus and the wonderful Toys, Games and Dells that will go into Christmas stock ings before long. Christmas Trees, big and little and middle size, tee. Sparkling Christmas Tree Ornaments, 5c each, SOc a dozen; 10c each, $1.00 a dozen. Others 15c, 20c and 25c each. Have you seen Mutt and Jeff? They are the fun niest, cleverest toys ever $1.25 each. Yeu can talk ever the new Tey Telephone, $1.00. Soldiers in regiments; Trains of all kinds, Weeden, Mechanical and Electric; Funny Face Blocks; Structe Toys, Friction Toys, Tei Typewriters, Tey Sewing Machines and Christu Mathrivsen's own Base Ball Game, among hundreds of Tens. Most Every Bey Wants an Automobile Roadsters and Raceis and Spertsters t'at a fellow will be nreiid te ride in. Everv size for bevs of aM aires $0 00. $8.75. $12.00, sin.ne, $10.50, sis.ne. $20.00 J.92.50. S25.ne. $28.00, wm. $35.00, $10 00, and n Limousine, nt MiO On. Special, an excellent model in Automobiles, $5.00. Ceaster Waqetw disc wheels and rubber lircu, special value at $9.25. Dressed Lifelike Dells, these lovely Seft Dells, excep tional value-$:.95. NOTE Santa Claus will tall; ever the Radie te-morrow uivht U-r eiramirinsu a. Cletlilr Ilnnrmtnt. Vct at 0.30, JTjC ) : . a ffi I- J I j it L . w-.i m ' i.v.'. ! J, Vt -H, i.fl ri ,,'! .