Altoona Mirror Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 2

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Altoona, Pennsylvania Cost less Wear Best part Altoona pa., wednesday evening june 23, 1920, discharged after hearing. Roy Gray a resident of this City was accorded a hearing this morning at la o clock before Justice of the peace a. La. Fiekers of Logan township on a charge of having Iii his Possession and furnishing to others of Lakemont Park some sort of beverage the status of which Lins not yet been Dob Nitoly determined. Following the hearing Gray was discharged. The Man was arrested on monday evening by Park officer Anthony Murphy. The markets Soldier to enter school. Walter if. Bailey of 700 twelfth Street injured while in the service of i Acle Sam will cuter a Pittsburgh educational school through the efforts of Tho Federal vocational Board. Bailey had the Arches of both feet broken while in the service. He has a term of eighteen years service in the army. He will enter Duff s College Pittsburgh tor a preparatory course and will later enter Pitt. Adds Auto to business. A m Arren Potter of mis Twenty first Avenue for Var engaged in Tho milk Cream and butter business. Has added an automobile to his equipment Oas to better meet the demands of his growing Trade or. Potter started n business with a push cart with which he supplied i customers. The new automobile is painted in Cream my Brown. The Side Are engrave till the name a Daiv Dell diary co., heifers stroll slow and St stockers sir hours re higher big top $16.20, butchers pounds and generally str sheep rec to 50c highs $17.00 bulk yearlings $11 Cholee ewes it $7.75. Cutting yesterday at Bland Park at Tipton and it proved to be a very enjoyable affair despite the fact that the weather was not All that might have been desired. No exercises were Lichi and the Day a Given Over entirely to sports such As base Ball quoits races of various kinds participated in by lie ladles As Well As by the children Peanut scramble and Nail driving contest by the ladies allot which caused much merriment. It was in old fashioned Basket picnic and All had a Good tune. There wore about 12.�?o persons in attendance. Opts 22,not steady to 15c packers did very Little bulk Light and Light 15.so ii ? i to. I a Hulk 250 Over $1 i �5 n $15.80 pigs service men want medals. Since tin1 announcement yesterday that army service medals would to awarded in Altoona and Vicinity through the local la s. Army station in the Mccrory building numerous applications have been received by sergeant Luther dunes the officer in charge Here. All men making application tor these medal. Must present their discharge. Pittsburgh cattle Market. I t i Blit Blu p i. June 211�?hogs, receipts 2,500 Market higher heav-i8 $h�-56 fr$l�.00 heavy yorkers $17.00 Light yorkers $15.50to $15.00 pigs $11.50#$15.50. Sheep and lambs receipt too Market steady top sheep. $10 25 top lambs $15.00. Calve receipts 200 Market steady top $1,1.00. 125,072 own in r. R. Shares. A new record total of stockholders of the Pennsylvania Railroad was reached Lune i. According to the company s books there wore then 125,072 holders of ifs shares. Quot i his represents an increase of 1,1 a Over May i. In the first five months of Tho current year Tho number of Stock Holder increased by 7.-�?~547. The average Bolding Dune i was shares As compared with 80.00 May i and 80.si Dune i 1010. Two men Are accepted. George Homan of Williamsburg and John i on not a resident of new York City were accepted at the local army recruiting station yesterday and forwarded to Harrisburg for assignment. Homan a pres ious service Man will go to the educational Center of t amp i Pion n. Whiff onnors signed up for the army service detachment at West Point. Or. And mrs. Flank Nett for of Columbus it. In route to their Home from new 5 Ork City where they have been visiting their daughter mrs. Seasor stopped to spend the week end Here with their cousins or. And mrs. William h. Mcaffer of 201 1 eighth Avenue. Tilden beats Franklin. Wimble Dok. England Dune 23.�? William t. Tilden of Philadelphia Fie heated s. Franklin of England in the British Tennis championship tournament today 6-1, 0-0. Philadelphia produce Philadelphia june 23 articles unchanged. Liberty Bonds nem Youk june 23 of la Booty Bonds on the Market Toda it woe As Folk Condict travelling movie. Babis Dune 23. To relieve Tho monotonous evenings of the inhabitants who have returned to the devastated regions in Northern France the Junior bed Cross of America has provided a travelling moving picture show operated by two american women. Today Market quotations. Quotations furnished Tho Altoona Mirror by m. J. Downes Central Trust building Altoona correspondent of i. J. Dietz amp co., members of con be dictated mock Exchange of new Vork. High. Low. Close. A. C. Of. I 3s a 137% 138% Anaconda Popper. 6ti% 55 56% Amo Tel and Tel 93% 93-% 83-% american Loco. 96% 95% 96% american smelting eft1, 59% american Pun. 39 7s 39 % 39 a i a Mer. It. Sugar. 90 90 90 Baldwin. Ht-7, no117% i Bethlehem. Miss 89 % Pontralo leather 61% 65 65 % phys amp Peake and 0.-51 51 51 porn products. 95% 94 % 95% Crucible .147% 1131 it lie. 12 12�?� 12 g. N. Railway. 70 69% 69% great not ire. 35% 35% 35% inspiration Popper 51% 51 % 81% Kennicott Popper. 26 % 26% 26 1 j Lehigh 40% 40% Lackawanna. 72 7 2 7 2 mexican Petroleum 177 175 176% Marine preferred .89 so so Missouri Pacific 24% 24 % 24 % Miami Copper. 20 % 20 % 20% Midvale steel. To 40% 40% Northern Pacific 70% 70% 70% new Haven. 28% 28% 28% x y. Pen Teal. Of Quot 67% 67% Nickel. 17 % 17 17 Norfolk and West xxx 87% 87% Pennsylvania. So % 38% it a Pittsburgh peal 6j 60 60 Reading. I 83% 83% Republic Iron. 92% 91 a 92% rubber. 94 ski 9 1 Sinclair Oil. 31 % 3131 % Southern Pacific 91% 91 % 91% Studebaker. 70% 68% 70% St. Pou i32 31 % 31 % Southern railway. Its % 22% 22% la s. Steel. I2 91 % 92% 1�?Tnioti Pacific. 113 a 112% 113 Westinghouse glee. -19% 4 9 49willy Overland 18% is 18s, by can to beat these prices Hanover n. I. Der Trout ii col loge at its commencement exercises today conferred the degree of doctor of Law upon major general George w. Goethals and Herbert Hoover. I m rat Tours. Second four i m rat 4 % s. Second 4 third 4 is fourth 4 is Victory 3% Victory 4% every piece of goods offered in this Sale is absolutely All Wool. Think of buying tailor made suits As Low infants sandals child a sandals $1.45 Barefoot sandals with flexible soles. Sizes 1 to 2. To to $2.25 grades. Every piece of fancy suiting in our entire Stock must go Don t miss this Opportunity. All pure Wool fast Dye finest Quality Mal. H. Neu Wahl mgr 1402 eleventh ave. A double event of importance combining suburban Day with the second Day 0�r pre inventory Sale the prettier blouses of the season Arrow collars 25c each Cor. 12th ave at Lith St. Especially Macle tor summer service in Tho most comfortable and Cool materials. And designed to give Freedom without losing one Jot of smartness. They Are embellished with Liand stitching in neat and Natty effects which will Appeal to the woman who likes her summer Wear to have both the unusual touch to it As Well As their Ever freshly a done up appearance. Where All the cars Stop Chicago meat Market Phi Pago june 23 Pattie Doo Strong to 25 cents High by far the most extraordinary offering of summertime footwear in a Sale overflowing with wonder values. A partial list of the values is Here listed. We advise Early in the Day shopping. $2.50 to $12.00 store hours 1425 eleventh baby week special Brice a go a a n women a $12 to $16 Low shoes we have grouped every pair of fashionable eyelet lies. Walking and military Oxford White no Buck an Hite eyelet lie at this one Price. No greater offering of footwear at the height of the wearing season was Ever presented. You la want More than one pair at this Price. Brass crib $27.50 Wood crib $19.49 automatic Cradle $12.49 wheel Cradle $4.49 Reed go cart. $28.50 Reed stroller. $16.50 Reed sulky $10,98 Nursery chairs $1.59, $3.79, $3.98. Baby Walker $2.19 High chairs $1.49, $3.50, $5.00. Kiddie cars $1.98, $2.98 baby plates49c a a a Maxiel menus oxfords every pair in store reduced at typical Low pre inventory prices at $ i a at $ f j is a tribute to 1408 eleventh ave men driving larger cars have often wondered at the a Road Speed a of a Maxwell. True in an open straight stretch they have run away from a Maxwell but in any a piece of going in which Hills turns curves or rough roads enter into the general average they do not outrun a Maxwell. The reason for this is the special steels in a Maxwell. They Are made to Maxwell s own formulae and make possible construction combining great strength with Light weight. The lightness of the weight enables a Maxwell to take a turn with More ease and less slowing up menus oxfords formerly Selling j at $12 to $14, embracing Brown kid Black kids Aud Gordo Call leathers. Simon a special Aud n Bench made brands. Men s Stetson and Bench Adt oxfords in Cordovan and Russia i Alf leathers. Formerly Selling at $16 and $18. Menus $8 to $ 10 shoes amp oxfords we Are going to Clear away every Odd lot of shoes anti oxfords in the store before we take Stock regardless of the loss it will entail to us. There arc English shoes and oxfords As Well As medium toes. All have Goodyear Welt soles. Men Here is a Chance to buy your shoes for the next year at a big saving. Cordis Holt a a warn sum 12& further reduced for suburban Day $2.95 big girls Patent and Dull oxfords and pumps. Sizes 2 is to 6, a to d w Luths. A a it a i p to $o.o0 grades 40 f the Mirror is not being delivered comply phone our circulation manager Elto Orta sir error Legal Blanks of All kinds Are always in Stock at the Altoona Mirror office

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