TEE J&AHrT MEfOW, fSSDAT, ASWL h 1921
BOOSTER mm AT
S.S.H.S. APRIL 11
BaflJ Profran Ar^ufed To Aid ii
Boosting The Schod—Athktie
Uo«kvill«r Centre, April 1.—A booster 'inipaiRn will be held durint; the week, .\l)rll il to n, at the South Side HiKh Schor)l, to Ijoost the name of tbc school. ;»^,„'iX short profrram will be (riven each -i-ming In the anaembly roAm, con. ttnit of » fjfl** shown by Kraphical prcscrttatlons !ed Wednes¬ day nlghf, bnt the thief, evidently T»ot knowinK the wealth of the man he wa.1 rohbiOK, took only a ault of .clothes and they w»r« old oneti.
"the theft 1» thoi'i^ht to be the work of some person workinK temporarily in the nelKhborhood. and who Is about to movfl on to aome other place.
ConstablflS Tintle and Anderson made an investlKation for District Attorney Wcpks.
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SALK.S AT CiABDEN CITY
(Jarden City, Apr^ I.—Through G. M. Taylor, real eatate eK^ncy, Garden City,' the followInK properties have been sold: The E. K. GreKK ht)UH«,'l20 Kensing¬ ton road to Robert T. IJaldwin, of Gar¬ den City: 'the Arthur F. Thomp.son house, G Butl«r place, to P. R.. Blong. of New York: the Garden City Co., plot 14, Meadow .street, to Mrs. L. K Gerber, of New Jersey. Also I'entlfi'Mortgag* Holding Houae, 2 Cedar pl&ce, to Mrs. F. 11. I.,awHon, of New Jersey, for four years and M.. P. Gould house, 259 Stowart avenue, to Arthur F. Thomp¬ son of Garden City,,
BOT SCOUTS BAZAAS
BeUmore Troop Wishes to Raise Funds For Equipment .
Belhnore, April l.~Boy Scouts will hold A b«caar antl danc« In'T'lremen/a Hall Sati^f^y, April I< for the purpose mt obtaining funda to acqutfc needed equipment.
The merchants of th* town have been asked for their support and are revfwnding cheerfully realiainK'the ad¬ vantages of Boy Scout. traJnlng.
Committtee of arramigernenta: A. J. Pracny, Dr. H. M. fikiju. O. H. KIM mann, J. C. Bttkorn, A. J, HIckey. J. E. Robas. F. A. Piper. A. V. Ijittl- mler. N. Wright, l.ieut^ P. H. Itlml-l. P. P. Jensen. R. Thomson, I. Harse, F. L. McKee.
A regular meeting of the C.T.f. will be held at /(he home ot Mrs. Jcre E. Brown, d2 Brooklyn avenue Monday, April 4 at 3 p. m. Miss Haffner of tho Wayside Home will .si)pak at this mcct- litg.
MOVB TO FORM NKW MEXJIAN PARTY
Mexico City, March 31.—A movement ha.s been atarted |ln the CTjwnber of Deputies to form a new political party, this btock,will flght thc Llber^ On- stitutionaliHt«; now in control. iThe new group, it It} said, will Inelttde Socialists, Co-operatl«(M, Independoiftif and pcssi- bly Reactionist.s.
Shoe Repair * Shop
35 Olive Boulevard FREEPORT, N. Y.
Rcafoaabk Prices Work Gaartntecd .
MOOSE CLUB RESTAURANT
S43 FRONT ST., HEMFSTEAD
Regular Dinner 12 to 2 and 6 to S
PrIc* m Cents
Famished Rooms by Day or Week
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
TRr<'KINO A.M) KXPRKS8
Residence: 14 JOHN ST., Roosevelt Telephone 1068-W Freeport
('liiiniK Flyweight (haniiiionNhip
New York. Ai)iil 1.—Johnny Puff 110-pound Now Jersey boxer, claims the American flywoiffht champlon.shlp today as a result of his knockout victory over Abe Attel Goldstein In two rounds. Tloth boxers wcis'hiCd 110 at two o'clo?(MSISEaBnSlHSfli(^^^
HEMPSTEAD, L. I
Delightful Offerings For Spring
In Serge, Poirre Twill, Tricotine, Jersey Cloth—
$14.98 TO $49.98
In Taffeta, Satin, Serge, Tricotine, Tricolette— $9.98 TO $39.98
COATS AND WRAPS
New Spring Styles; all Colors; in Satin, Serge, Tricotine,
Velour, Poirre Twill— $9.98 TO $49.98
Exceptional Assortment, in all Materials and Colors—
$2.98 TO $6.98 pi MILLINERY, WARNER'S, GOSSARD AND REDFERN CORSETS
Knit Combination Suits for Women 85c and $1 Styles for 69c Suit
manufacturer has decided to change the weave of his future product, anil he lii'.:^ onHldernble portion of hla reserve at a price which ma'jos this rocurd prico pos-ilK'.
KUR IS A UKMAHKAIM.Y fine lot of women's Combination Suits for a price whi< h i.s (1 lowest in many months for Suits of this good stylo and (lu.^lity. Tlio sold ua a co
The suit.-) iire «if tine stitch cotton with tailored band top.s. all woll rolnfoicod. In while ,ind pink. .Ml perfect and in a good range of. sizes.
Other Cotnbination Suit Specials for Women
$t Suitt for 79c. Kire slitcii ••otton Combination .Suits, wido and liKhl at Icnr o. with t.ailorod
Imrut t(ii)s: rHKHlar and oxtrji si/os. $1.2S Suitt for 89c. I.lslo and cotton Suits with tailored tops and riblion .shoulder strap.-;. In
white .-111(1 pink: wide and tlgtit at knee. S2 Suitt for SI.19. Fine stitch lisle thread Combihutlon Suits with tailored top;;; alsi);^bo.ili(0
lops wilh tnpos over shoulder; wido and tight at knoe; regular and extra nizos.
Women's Undervests and Dratvera
40e. Vcala at 29c. oSviss ribbed cotton Vests wilh liodiop tops; retrular und extra, sizes.
SOc. Vnttmrtumor at 39c. Fine and ."^wiss ribbed ciitton \i-.st.s; uIno bodice top Vests in rettuiar and extra aizos. Cotton Drawers,, wide and tight nt knoe.
Children's Union Suits at S9c and 7^c
At riPe, Boys' athletic nainsook Suits, well macle
and finished. At 7»c. Children's line rib!>ed cotton Sult.s of
Men's SSc to $5 Underwear 69c to $2.76
\i (Sc. "Soalpax" athletic nainsook Shirts and I.)rawer8.
At «»o. "Otis" fine balbriggan Shirts and Dxftw- er.s. subject to slight mill hurts.
At ttUo. Flue natural gray worsted flnished wool and colton Shirts and Drawers.
.M 98c. Fine (jualtty self atrlped madras ath¬ letic Union Suite.
.\t $1,59. Fine, self striped madras athletic Cnion Suits.
At $l.ft9. "Otis" fine ribbed Union Suits in vari¬ ous wanted shapes.
At $2,35, "P. Q. A." superior quality flne ribbed cotton SullA
At $2).75. Splendid quality flne ribbed woratod finished wool and cotton mixed.
Women's Stockings at 39c
Fine, mercerized iisie thread af-amt <1 Ir ck RiocU- ings, in black, white, cordovan, gray and .sui-do.
Women's Stockings at SSc
Fiber silk Stockings, in black, white .inJ col¬ ora.; also thread .silk in black und whilo;
Women's Stockings at 79c
Full fashioned fine gauge .'^llk lisle Stnrkiiuis. in black, white, cordovan and gray.
Women's Stockings at $1.7S
Full faahloned thread'silk. in black, white and cordovan; mado wiih mercerized soles and i.rtliM)it Ouodg on Main I'loir
ARMY AND NAVY GOODS
AND BARGAINS IN
Sale Starts Thursday, March 31/21
And AU of Next Week i
OBSERVER ST., 1 DOOR FROM VILLAGE AVE. Rockville Centre, L. I.
ARMY HIP RUBBER BOOTS $3.45
ARMY WOOL BLANKETS ., $3.95
INDIAN SUMMER BUNKETS ,. $2.95
ARMY SHOES $2.95, $3.95, $4.95
ARMY AND NAVY OFFICERS' DRESS *SHOES $4.95
BOY SCOUTS SUITS $1.25, $4:50
Heavy TurkLsh Towels, 5 for $1.00
Boys' and Girls' Shoes $1.75-$1.95
Boys' Suits ($9 to $10 quality) i..$4.75
Goodyear Raincoats.. :....$4.75
Canvas Gloves (per pair) 10
Army Socks, 12 pair $1.50
Ladies' Silk Stockings, 3 pair $1.00
Misses' Underweai; .,—!.. .50
Khaki. Shirts ¦ $1.50
OveralKs, extra heavy $1.25, $1.50
Boys' Overalls 75
Many more bargains. Do not miss this sale.
Unbleached Mu.slin (2 yards) 25
Pillow Cases, 2 for $1.00
Corduroy Pants $2.75
Khaki Pants $1.75
O. D. Wool Pants ^ $3.60
Boys' Corduroy Pants $1.00
Army Web Belts .W
Ladies' Shirts ., 25
Bed Sheets, 72x90 $1.00
Army Raincoats $2.00
Seamless Ladies' Stockings (12
pair) ( $1.50
Come early and save money
ARMY AND NAVY GOODS
Observer St., 1 Door From Village Ave., Rockville Centre, N. Y.
SPRING SHOE SALE NOW IN PROGRESS
At JACK'S SHOE SHOP
23 WEST MERRICK ROAD
FREEPORT, L. /.