Piqua Leader Dispatch, February 20, 1914

Piqua Leader Dispatch

February 20, 1914

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Piqua Leader-Dispatch (Newspaper) - February 20, 1914, Piqua, Ohio Page 2 THE PIQUA DAILY LEAP3SK-PISPATUH. FrJdav. fcVbnuvrv 20. revention of Floods Needed Declared Earnest P. Bicknell National Director of the Arnercan Red Cross Society in Address try. The is so o-usy t jiving cure the evils Mi at are eo.n slant 1-y before it? eyes that it finds great 'Prevention c'f floods is b-einz rjr-ire-d a? and fa-r to !.'i> jx'p'ferirc'.d -to 4Vafi'le 'Off re.b'.eif HOCK! Erue.n P. national -dl-J or attention to mbasnres 01 'pr.e-ven-i ri'lffk-u.lty in its though-ts will bo aniiiouacbd soon. That com-' tlie .National Oily bank of New York, iwittee will a.sk tbat looal .flood pro-_ in a .letter safi'd: "The damage done ventii'on irommiiUees be named in all is sio extensive and the suffering and important c'itiei? and towns. Four and IMonon roads suffered se- loss par- rinaiKiinl ticu.larly in t'he 'cent.ral and south- natio.iKil eaia.mity suffer mC'S-t f-il that it is a verely; also Wie iXew lines directly. as made of Yorlk 'Central No mention, the wild oat ern stales, the a.n.'iual :ioods Si'OO.-OOO.O'OO by j sciveme of 'Storage reservoirs, s-ueh .as I the ones that now threaten this dis- trict. -Olvas. vice -presi-j o-f -the Corn Kxc-'hange National of Ohticago. s-aid: "It is self-evident j that the only iwise metih-od of dteal- j ing- with the problem of floods, in j to! flood disasters. Bannks.are request- ed to get into comanunegation wi-iii the sxene.ral coniimuttee at C'ti-ee. Th-e interest o-f bankers iis said to reflect that of the railroads, man- lhe adoption o-f eiTe-li.vc means ufacturing and commercial inter-! in prevnti.ng. as ?oon as po.3- the waste df and property and the need fo-r hmse rebie-f fnn-cls, s-ucili as those secured in the spring of 1913. '.Homer Still weM o.f was of the, I! cud re- l prevent t'We.m. j The -waiys and means committee of j the .Xatioiia.! congress, upon i n--Vp.'.'h .of i preparing; flood prevfen-j fion and s-waimip rec-lammc-on meas- TOLD ABOUT TOWN is the only guarantee that you have the ure has been pat tiy Pres. "People do queer was t'he salutation of a nnoar.ag picture the -other da.y- Wilth that reet.o-- 01 rlie A.meaic-an Red. Cross h'a> said: "J am sure that ticn. For this .reason ure-ventive movement renorte.d tlfat manu-fa'cturinig lief committee in that city in 1 j com.mer.c-.ial interests have'been gen-I work taught -me i e-rally indifferent. .But it is also said 1 Introduction then told otf the fol- great! value of prevention of flcio-ds. 'has to over- the American Rhd Cross is entirely j come a vast ibody of a.pthy befoile fei sympathy v.'-irh lhe objects. AVe j U can succeed. 1 sincerely- hone be very g'lad -.in-deed to see j Urn -our icrg-amzation MI and effective -nu.bli'C in- terest -in measures whu-h would 'pro- tect life and properly from the it necevss-ary to M not find the 3'trtng- In Chicago a flood pre- so freq-uen-.tliy and vention 'committee to "be headed by at'ie large sections of the conn-' represe-ntatiive bankers o-f that, city a mere mat'hematka! prc.p-ositia-n: the total value of tfne picper-ty lo-s't to be true that of the railroads W'iiich were the heaviest sufferers 'in .hio and hulk-ma floods iha-ve said incident. Every might at the o-f the day's run, the floor is cleaned uiy and a vareed assortment of kvsit ranging from haik'-p'ns to in -The last s'.prhie: the expended -in relief work: tho resnj-t shctw? a savinz could effer-te.d -by -cimiployrng .means of preventing floods. Frc-veniion is the thing." Frank A. Van-der-lip. president of help ir preventing Hoods. IMany of the heaviest -looser-s in the floode.l diistncts were in total loss was est'mated at Sl'J.OOO.on-O and The Fennsylva.nia. Balf.mare Ohilo. Big KID GLOVES 50c .Tust a few women's .odd colors in small sixes, but other good values. These jfloves not fitted" nor exchanged at this price. AVATdH SATURDAY'S AD. We wish to make a free gift to eve'y woman in town and t-lus ad will you about tliis gift. It is a very unusual plan but you'll be pleused -we Gar field Worsteds are in Newest spring dress goods The Garfk'ld Mills are the first to give the con- sumnr arlvnnlniro soon red by the new tariff. Gar- field Woivtods ii.-ivo never disappointed: this year they are than ever. l All the new new colors, new values are here: inch wool crepes at 52 in. French ser- ges at 5_ inch suit -serges at values which positively cannot be duplicated elsewhere at the prices. 75c to Nature's Rival Brassierre If you have had trouble in pelting a to fit smooth and yet stive the maxi iniuu of comfort you'll be de- JiirJited Avith Natures Rival Everj- jfarment is stylisli in your ure to bring out your best appearance- Nicely finished, carefully miwle. feature a special at...... out IJ. corsets at a bout cost. Round Ticket Stockings For men, women a.nd chil- dren, the which you wil'l jiraiM..' tor its long service. Four thread heel and sole and toe clastic rih or Hat .weave and roiues in black, tan, and white for women atul children. 25c Feather Edged New Collars Have you j.een the new lace collars, edgfs of ostrich feath- ers aa-e quite the tiling- new spring neckwear is very different from has Ix-eu shown in the past. There is quite a dash of color- ings to them. 98c up FLORAL EPOXGE a rough mtine weave srtlk, yard wide, printed in pretty Dresden florals. Three colors blue, grey and mahogany. .Strictly, new ORKNEY FOULARDS the favorite silk for spring wear. 24 in. wide. showerproof. A splendid line of colors and patterns will you when you conie PRINTED POPLINS a i poplin in pretty Colors include the Indian and Tantro shades. Pretty for waists or dresses CASH.MKMK in. wide soft rlinKiun .silk with satin lini.sh. One of the rhoicest of the r-olored silks for spring- (jt 1 Vou'l] say its pretty. 1 HHOCADK KPON'GK the new silk brocade with n ratine weave. In two- tone en'erts. very .desirable for It is in. and you'll say it's low priced at in. si lie SATIN CHAIt.MEl'SK yard wide very yet strong- be used foj- linings. A splendid silk fop you if you want tbinu at a moderate price 59c Silks There were left from our big silk sale of lost week quite a number of desirable waist patterns and a few pieces enough for dresses. These are good honest silks act.nal dollar You can save good money on waists or a dress. 59c j .gloves and jeweliry, is gathered up and placed in the :-box office to -he f-CT lw owners. The other nig-ht two ladies entered the picture r-ai. ,'.oans. In question, one being young- and qivite attractive. They had. only! time to tbe seated1 when -the younger Qadiy returned to the .box office and deposited a 'parse 'Wh-iiah she sai-1 she had -found on her chair. "was a. 'pecaiiiar 'p-urse anadie .c-f an odsdl-y finished1 sik'in. "noit liice-ly to be confused 'wtith any O'ther. iFoiil-o-wduig the end of the -s-h.c.w. the lady, IxavtVng had tUme to mfed-i- tate n.p-on her s-p-ofitaneou-s hio-nest impulse, step.ped -np to the box ofli-ee and said she had- made a mista-lce fhacl turned in her own p-urse. n.o informatdon to the l.ine. for Seven room house, lot. .vOxl4-l, fruir. etc.. inside and 'cH.' to far-tov.'es, SK-Ofi, ;i Kic'irt room house beautiful t-pjf. goo.d neighborhood, west. Xnrth .'-t., K'ight room, modern lio.mo, beau-tii- hiiierh -lot: Vo-rlh Si. i brick house, inside lo- bring 1 fl per font. in 'vored, the one-piece dress 1-s equally used. They are essentially plain, de- .pendlny upon material and cut for ef- fect Illustrated. No. 8038 is develop- ed In flowered cotton ort-pe. A tiny, old fashioned looking tlower in old rose Is scattered over a blue ground. A bit ot hand embroidered batiste forms col- lar and cuffs and trims the akirt. In size 3C this model may be made with 5% yards of 3e, inch crepe or silk. A charming Itytle frock could be fash- ioned after this deslsrj In one ot the tuBsahs or voiles. These may be had In several 38 Inches, and -in ranKe from 71 centa up. Most of the new materials and trim- mings favored for grown ups are being used, in children's The new printed and fancy woven novelty cot- cri-pcK. voilos. etc.. are used and the plain chambrays and piques. No. T'JGH is designed to slip on the sailor fashion. The skirt li HttacbeU to a sleeveless unflerwaisL Plain white crepe is used here trimmed ith colored floss and a low of red suede. For a child of 8 thig require! yards of 36 inch material. 'NO. sizes 34 to 42. No. 79C2 si7.es 4 to Kach pattern 15 cents. To obtain either pattern illustrated fill out this coupon and la cents In stamps or coin. Be suv; to state number of pattern and measurlnK over the fullest part of the bust. Address Pattern Department, care of thi? piper. No. Size fn, f roiiiulinsts A nsts Al) our winter coats, suits and furs at final cut prices BENKERT'S BENKERT'S BENKERT'S Four down vacant lots, and They fino and thn -best, in the o'ty for the 'ot on avenue r.hirv'ip. By Eugene Johnson NOT PRICE, but QUALITY Adds you to our list of patrons price alone would not do it OUR GOODS ARE PURE 3Cc value Coffee at 20c !b 35c value Coffee at 24c Ib vakie Teas at 36c Ib vaiue Teas at 44c Ib The Inter City Tea Co. The Little Tea Store 120 West Water Street. ;