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I BERATED IN COURT.
B$$ " ' '
&! "Diamond Brokor Kauffman
Hp'1 - Tongue-Laaliod by Mrs. Gomez.
wMM. She Called Him " Liar " and
HI?" " Thief " and He Grew Pale.
PMi&J 'With liar Huibantl She .! Ilelil on
PMiS' Seventeen Cunrgti.
RP' Tlia lamination In ttiocaise ol the Gome.
Kfc' Kauffman alleged diamond nnlndle, which
PX was adJourooJ from' yesterday nftcrnoon,
K' camo up before Jtistlco MoMahou in tho
PJigl, Tombs Court thta forr neon.
H Lawyer Louis Stockier appeared for Kauff.
Kr'4 mari and Mr. I.c Battler represented the
BLv ' It took most ot Mr. i.e Barbler's time before
Km' tnecaaowas called to prevent, .Mrs. (Jotne
Bjil'" talklDE too much. Tim flippant manner
fK which baa characterized that lady's deport
' mentheretoioro was not bo notlccablo to-day,
although she docs not yet seom to fully real-
HS') Ize the seriousness other position.
Mpt Thore was a scenn Just bctoro the cue wan
BjjjgH, called. Jeweller Kauffman wits standlnc by
Hp7 the nil, near Mrs. Gomez, waiting to testify.-
BOi'- Several times their eyes met, and esih time
PJSu,, Kauffman's Blanco fell beforo the gazo of thy
?4! Unable to contain herself longer, Mrs.
HfK, . Gomez broke out In a furious tirade.
plf "L00 D,m' tua miserable thief. He
mm, dure not meet my f jo.
Bj " Ho knows that he got me to pawn tho
H& Jewels, nod that be got all the money.
K''' ' His object In bringing this charge Is only
PJi? to sec tho things rrom the pawnbrokers with.
Kr out paying for tntm.
dji' "The thief! Tho Hart"
JfPv Kauffmnn turned pale under Mrs. (fomr.'s
fi1' scathing accusations and got away from her
K& Tttlnlty as quickly as possible.
BEv . Justice McMahon then called KaufTmaa to
s'jf the stand.
Wt$ The broker's story was sutatantlally the
H aame us has been already printed In Tiik
2a .Ktkniso Wout.n.
iff-, He i aid that be lived ntlSO East Nlnrlr.
BW&J nrmutet, and had. deaklntno oniceot II.
BMt?- and K.-U Bellals, mat. 'lacturlng Jewellers, ht
- a. John street.
pf lie first met Mr. and Mrs. dome a year ago
BV& last Juno at Mrs. Jackson's boardliig.lioute.
V, 107 West Twenty-third street. Tntt landlady
BV, introduced them.
mgSS On June sil the first Orallngs with the
mLV , couple were had. lie Knew ouly that they
Slii claimed to tie well connected aim Inaiwsl.
mB?t tlonto placo largo orders among nealthy
F TUitb was never nny written aererment
fK-- between tbem. It will verbally agreed Hint
mflk Mrs. tlome. should t'arry nrouuu tint jewelry
WU, and sell what the could and rri tu ti tho rest.
k't Kauffman took a memorandum of the
BP8k goods, but made 110 note ut who thu cu--
HtlV tomers were
Ww llo denied that Mr. Gomez kbvo dim tlirco
mw& promissory notes to pay for tho Ji-wels, two
,v? of which uomez rlalms to hao paid.
Htt Knuflmau could not say whether ui not any
S of thu Jewelry had in er liccn sold.
K'' 1 he value of tho good, he xikl, was nt-r
Mfo The first that I.e knew that tlio diamond
K . were pawned wns on ocu it. nhvu huu-i
K celvcd tho tickets, i
Wrt1 , 'lh". broker nrlnowledged the receipt or
Kf !MHJ.( paid him bv Mrs. Gomez, but denied1
H t"1 no """' 'he money wai the inuctcdb ut I
fif'- pawning the articles. '
tt Ho admitted that Mr. Gomez had toldhlui
&& that It ho would return the I'-Mius no
Bn (Gome) w..uld gle hi m tho tickets lor all
Kj; the diamonds pawned.
KV Justice McUanou thought that ho hail
- heard enough to juiury film In holding tho j
He 1 ji " . .
prUonem for trial. Accordingly tho conplf
were nem nnder 11,014 ball eaob for the Gen
Thero arn seventeen charges la all
against them. All tho Jewelry hi
been turned over to the polios by
the pawntrokers, but this was not
dons until fourteen new complaints had been
drawn, coveting cam piece of Jewelry
pawned by thoGomercs not already surren
dered. Alts. Julia Sharp, who, aecrordlng to the
story told by a conlcted thief tu Dctec
tites Heidelberg and JuolHyostorday. was
connected with the disposal of Kauffman's
diamonds Indignantly denied the accusation
when seen to-day at her (tat, 4a Kan Twenty
thlrdstrrrt. Mrs. i sharp said that she had
guiin out of I no Jewelry holiness. Htio ad
mined knowing Mrs. Gomez. and started tn
tell the reprrtcrlinw that Indyonco lulled to
letttrn a roll of Mil: th.it Mrs. nhsrp hid clveu
her to dispose of, hen s gentleman who was
In the room spoke to her to German, warning
her net tn talk obout Airs. Gomez, saying shu
might bo railed as a witness at tho trial.
Afti' Mist Mis. hharp tefiisrd to talk
Itirtlitr about the matter.
DEPUTY-SHERIFFS IN CHARGE.
Burlcbnltsr St Co. 'a Mock ftoplov
Inod by CrBdltore.
A email army of deputy sheriffs Is In charge
of the big wholesale grocery siorn of c. llurk
halter l: Co., of 121 and lMn Hudson street,
Home of the unprefrrrcd Tcdltors novo be
gnu replevin tiults to in-over tnercbandlno
dellvcrrd to the firm, which fnlltd yesterday
with 11700,000 liabilities and nloiil s;,no,OOd
assets, giving preferences ot I Mil, HIT. and It
Is to look alter thise Interests that th Sheriff
has taken possession of thu slock.
The largest replevin waslnfavor of Kletnlng
t: Crooks for iiu.'.no. other wilts wrrosm d
nut In favor of .Inni's It. smith A- Co. for
$'-',070, .lames II. Mout Co. for l.lli'j,
Adolph Ottlnger, H0-.'; Henry M. Hay, 111.10,
and JacoU I). Nurdllnger A. Co., .'IK7.
Neither nt tho partners In thellrm was In
town to-day. tlnrles llurklialter, the senior
partner, who has been III for somo time, was
said to bent his home at I'.asl Orange, and
John II. llurLliiller at his homo at Glen
Itldse, N. J.
1 helm tee was In town lait nlghl and de
nied very empnatlcally the Hlorlcs Hint wero
Id circulation to the errtct that Ihu llrm liad
noli! 100.000 of tin paper within ihopaH
two days or that th r.i hid been nny question
utile transactions wtiutcver.
It issald tdnr that Home of the unpre.
fcrrcd creditors stl!i believe thu stories and
uro preparing to prosecute the members ot
Charles 11. Fanchtr, President of tho Irving
National Hank, said this morning that he wns
not jet prepared tn k'Ho any delinlto state
ment with regard tn nseis and liabilities.
Af'Slgnco Kanchcr says that hoetpectsto
satisfy all the creditors ot the firm, which
hsd been doing a Isrgely Increased business
Added to Kootbnll'H List of Dend.
ITT ARSCM'f ATrtl PRri. I
1'avotiKitrrsiK, Git. ai. lose Perez nd
other students ot Kastmsn college were play
ing football yesterday afternoon when l'sres
cuine In (0'ituot wlllimie of thu other play
ers iind was thrown violently in tho ground,
ret e mg such Injuries t hat hodlt d last night.
AM SO HAPPY !
3 bottles isreiaH
' 0F aMM
lUlutad maol ?)r BlooJ trouhU. It ha Uo
4aflil my hilrln fruw out ajtln, a It had benti
Ullinx out I'T thn handful. After trylnf ininy
phyIi taut hi vain, I im tu happy to tlml a rur lu
1 h. H. H. O. II. Mll.Tir, .alie.tfn, Tn.
S(1RPQ f forolnir out iierina nf dli
UUnt mii auil th piiUuii aiwnll.
I VH U rntlrcly vrKftablaaiiJ harmlaiB.
STrratUa no Itlootl and Hkln malUd fr.
HWlFr.SIMXiriOCO., Atlanta, (U.
NEILL SENTENCED TO DEdTH.
London's Poieonor Promptly Con
victed by His Jury.
I'll. Itevnlt In Argentlnei (leneral
Foreign Newa by Cable.
Iisnov, Oct. 31. An immense crowd gath
etcd about the old llallsy this morning,
anxious in gain admission to tho court-room
to hear Jititlco Hawkins sum up the Nelll
murder case. Hundreds were turned away,
but many of them lingered lu tho vicinity to
bear the fate of tho prisoner.
Notwithstanding thu comments mads by
counsel In tho coe yesterday, reflecting upon
l he morbid curiosity 'hat led women to flock
Into the court-room, tliero wero It anything
more women present to-day than on any pre
vious day ot the trial.
Nclll did not appear lobe at all disturbed
by his position, and after taking his teat ho
looked about the court-room with great com
posure. Justice Hawkins reviewed the evi
dence at length, saying that the Jury was not
to ezpect the prosecution to submit mathe
matical proof of tho commission of crime.
The jury ret urnt d n erdlct of guilty. 1 hey
wcru out live minutes.
.lustlco Hawkins at one j sentenced Nelll to
THE REVOLT IN ARGENTINE.
Citizens Bnthualaatto Over tho Suc
cess of tho Robela,
Irr ociiTrn rnes. I
I.ovpo. oct-sil. A special despatch to tho
Time Irom Ituenos Ayrcs says that tho re
volt In Santiago del Ksterc had Its origin In n
band of twcnty-ilvo citizens, who wero
headed by Garcia, the loader of tho last out
bteaUIn the city.
They made an attack on the cabllde (City
Hall), whidt was defended by a number of
in ops. The latter fought desperately lor an
hour, but tho attacking force compelled them
Tho loss on both sides was five men killed
and nine men wounded. Tho Governor and
VIce-Governor wero capturxl by tho rebels.
The Tfmes correspondent says tho revolt
Is the result of a well-matured plan to oust
the provincial government 'llio city Is qultt,
but great enthusiasm prevails among the
people at the success of tho rebels.
Two British " Mutineers " to Berva a
Tour and Do Cashiered.
IIIY JllortATKD rnRRS.l
London, Oct. Si. The two men belonging
to tho Thirteenth Company of the Army
' Hervlce Corp3 at Portsmouth who were ir-
I rested for their participation in th mutiny
I that tool; placo there on Oct. in havo boon
bentencod each to one year's Imprisonment
and to bo tgnomlnluusly cashiered.
'1 ho .lavnhii tn a leading article reports
that a few cases of harness cutting have re
cently occurred ut the Chelsea barracks,
whero a detachment of the Army Servlco
Corps Is siuiloDed. VThe colonel, unablo tn
discover the culprits, gavo orders that tho
wholo company be cuiiliued to the barracks.
Joint Meet of Three Canoe Clubs.
Te-day mid Httuiday and Hunday the
Vonkers' Knlcketbocker and Hoboken Canoe
Clubs will have their I'all meet on the east
Htioro ot tho Hudson 1 liver abovo Dobbs
l'errv. Tlifie will bo camp-fires at night,
audit Is estectcd tnal on Huudayn largo
number nf ihu cunoeinen's friends will go up
fiout Nun Vu'k to spend the day with them.
HABEAS CDRPUS FOH I W.
SonBational Story of tho Doughtys
Bin. IJ rail ford Adopted tlie Child
and Told Her Husband It
A most sensational tale of alleged be
trayed honor and confidence by an old family
friend, claimed lack of maternal affection,
palming olf on an unsuspicious husband of
tbo Innocent cause of all the trouble, and
counter charges of murderous Intent against
tho foster-mother-grows out of Kltanor
Doiighty's writ of habeas corpus against
Mrs. May Hradford, demanding her to pro
duro the petitioner's unnamed Infant tefora
miprrmo court Justice IScacb next Monday
Had It not been for the Issuance of this
writ a bouncing boy baby might In another
week havo been chrlstoned Harry Brad
ford Now bis fate Is much In doubt, and It
may be months before he has even a name.
7 ho youngster nrst saw light at 228 West
hovciilccotu stieet Aug. 27 last. Ills mother
Is j:ieanor Doughty, twenty-one years old,
who says the baby's father Is Stephen 8.
Vrecland, an advertising sgeni.ot ir,0 Nas
sau street, who IIV--H at Tompklnsvtlle, P. I.
They are not married.
Dr. .Mortimer V. Nliaw, of 117 Greenwich
stieet, who was engaged liv Mr. Vrecland to
attend .il!s noughts-, told uti Kvkmno Woki.ii
ivpcrter this morning that the young
wo-naii, before the child was liorn. told him
th.it she wanted stmo good family to adopt
It as It would ruin her tor life If any nuo knew
of her trouble.
Dr. Hhnwsays he secured such a party In
tho person ot Mrs. May llradford, of lhl lieu
Mty-thlrd street, whoso husband Isaconi
po.llnr raining good wages and In lalrlv
coinforlab.e i In umstances. Mm ltradtord
had no children of her own, and desired to
adopt a hodlthy boy.
Mio saw Mli-s Doiighty's child and took It,
with tno undiMliiiiding that the mother was
to sign papers making u full surrondor of
the child. This was delayed, and klnco t hen
Mm Doughty, her tnottoi- 'ind Lawyer
Dcnsliw hnvn tried to got the child bacK.
Mrs. lliadtortl tncuriud her husband's dis
pleasure by bringing homo a boy for adop
tion of whose parentage fho know nothing.
Hhe lee. nio attuohed tn the youngstor. how
ever, and to keep him then told her nusband
that 1 wns their own offspring and had been
born duriug his nlscnco from the city, during
nit Illness which ho knew ot but attributed
to something else, and that sho had put It out
Mich n consummation Mr. Bradford had de
voutly wished tor and, de;pttc his wife's first
story, he believed the second. ud tho baby
soon became Installed In bis affi cllons.
Whan, ten days ago, Miss Doughty refused
to Hlgu the release papers, on taking legal
advlte Mis. llrudtord again startled her nus
band by acknowledging that she had Dhbed
and the boy wos not their own flesh aud
blood but an adopted child.
Mr. llradiord, though shocked, determined
with his wife that Miss nought? should not
havo the child except In a legal manner, and
thoy roiuscd pecuniary offers, they say, from
Mini Doughly's mother. Then came the writ.
As tho matter Is now In court Mr. and Mrs.
llradiord are somewhat averse to keeping tho
baby because of tho notoriety that has been
given them. It tho Court orders It Monday
ibey will give up tho baby.
Mrs. Ilrndford substantiated the foregoing
statements to an Kvkmmi W'onin repot tcr
this morning and added :
I admit that 1 lied to my husband, but It
was for the batn's sake. When he (injected
to keeping It I took it. back to Miss Doughty,
but she refused Intake It.
' What could I dor I couldn't absndnn tho
baby, even though Its rightful mother was
so anxious to part with it. t-o I lied to my
husband, hoping to make a man out of the
boy and euro his teputatlon when ho
'the charge ot Grandmother Doughty that
I was preparing tor Its burial in case it died,
it Thedreatest Day
j of all at !
!: Great is
j Food J!
! Show. j
jj The big doors j
J will open at 1 1 A.
M. and close at 11 5
Seidland his en- 1
1 1 larged orchestra J
give two grand 5
) concerts at 2&8. 5
S Miss Parloa lectures
to the ladies at 3.30 S
i P.M. t
S More to se-'
J More to eat than
i ever and all for 50 cts i
K Come as early as you J
S can. .The quicker, the
r richer I r
as I expected it would, Is wickedly faUe.
'1 he child would have died but for me, for It
had marasmus, and Its head was diseased
because ot its lack of tereat ment before 1 got
htm. He's well now, though."
Mrs. llradiord brought out the youngsterto
show his now healthy condition, and his an
ponrance certaloly corroborated her.
.Mrs. Bradlord denied that she wanted
money tor the child, and intimated that it
was the Doughtys who were looking for
To otTsat Mrs. Bradford's statement, Mrs.
Doughty, Eleanor s mother, showed the re
porter this letter:
KairToaa, Oct. 30, '92.
CtllUhPiorrewaod bring Dtoeitary elothtni to
tales roar child with you. it roii do notbMdthl
1 will Ukait to tho Cbarltr and Correction, and
will adopt it. Mai. K. M. llBAbroun.
"My daughter never wanted to part with
tho baby, but Mr. Vreeland, tho man who
ruined her life, although an old friend of
mine, did, and be hired this Dr. HUaw to find
a place to put It."
" At nrst t wanted tolet It go before It was
born" put In Miss Kleanor.
Mrs. Doughty admitted that she wanted
Vreeland to support her daughter's child.
" He never denied Its paternity," she said.
" I would rather not say whether we will
endeavor to have him marry Kleanor Just
now. We waut tho child nrst."
Dr. Shaw says tho sudden wish ot Mrs. and
Miss Doughty to regain possession of tho
child Is due to their desire to forco Vreeland
to make, some kind ot a settlement with
them, financial or matrimonial, and addod:
" I never got a cent from Vreeland or any
one elno In connection with tho adoption of
Happy Though Married.
lWm 6iffA, Gray it Co.'i Monthli, J
Ihe Maiden Then you find married lite
1 he Wife Yes, but then I seldom see my
husband, you know.
MEN'S SUITS IN SUCKS OR FROCKS.
tlil (ID 1'"1 HervlreabU AIUWI
519 (1(1 n,nrk "nd Colored Cheviot
II) nn I'lne C'lnr lliaional Cant nd
$liUU Test, cutaways.
C nn Chrtlot, Hcetch, Ilnoiml
tlR nfl ,,,ne U'srstrd Sails, alaln and
IOiUU flmrrd. llk mixtures.
tO Rfl 3.00. 84.no. 8S.GO, 97.00
9iJU .Urn's Tanti. Willi every pair
our written oinarnnlee.
Onr sale ot ST. 80 Combination Donble
Ilrrattnl Orerroat. Itonblr-ltrraoted
Suit, extra I'snli and Hat. lor Bays,
still rnnllnnra. A large variety tn select
from, livery bay rmiomrr a handsome
rreornt. Open evenlnas till III Haiur
314, 316, 318, 320 GRAND ST
ALLEGED BUNCO MAN DAVIS.
Taken to Newburcr to Be Tried for
Swindling a Farmer Out of 85,600.
The alleged bunco sharper, rat Davis, or
"Ited Austin," the story of whose arrest In
front of the Hon man Homo yesterday after
noon was told exclusively In last night's
Kvfnino Woitui Sporting Extra, Is tfMlay a
prisoner In tho Newbnrg jalL
Although Davis showed fight when arrested
by Chief of I'ollco James 11. Sarvls, of NeV
burg, who was assisted by Patrolman lihyn
ders and Detcctlvo Wood", he tins quickly
overpowered and was soon on bis way up the
The charge against him was that of swin
dling an aged and credulous farmer named
Crowell, who lives about ten miles from New
burg, out of s.'i.soa by the ancient gold brick
game Dec. 14 last. Davis, It Is al.cged, and
his pal went to the tjuassalo Bang with the
old man, who drew the money and exchanged
It for tbo brick.
On tho way homo the sharpers kicked their
victim out of tho wagon and, driving back to
Newburg, escaped with tho plundtr.
hlnce then Davis has not been seen In tbo
vicinity oi Nowbu g, but wos tlnally located
In Now York. When he arrlcdin Nunbutg
last night ho had only $.",." in his possession.
He is said to have been an Intimate assocla'e
of O'llrleu, tho king of bunco men.
DINED THE FRENCH ADMIRAL.
Social Courtesies Extended by Load
Courtesies are being bestowed upon Admiral
do Llbrsn and his officer.', or the French war
Bhlp l'Arethcuse and HU'aar.l, with a lavish
band. Last night an elaborate banquet wai
tendered to them it Delmonlco's by the lead
ing rrenchmen ot Ihe city. Mr. M. J. Thoron
presided, and Lawjcr l'rrdcrtc II. coulert
made the Important speech ot the evening.
An original poem ot welcome, written Dv
Charles llenauld, in French, was read with
fircat success. All the specmua.l-'s was
68TH ST. AND 3D AVE. $
SPECIAL SALE OF ;'
10.000 80UD GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. 'SSj
Solid Gold W Solid Silver fl
LABIES' WATGHESLADIES' WATCHES. M
800 Qiniva rrevtmen', fiSffiigjjjfcx t.000 Chaltlalnr, IMS Ptteph
600 O.nsra movem.nl. Hl& B0YJ' KCHES.oa, S("!r9lD
Watches for Gents. BWf ,iratw.al,.h,B: ssas
1,000 Qsnuina Airarlcan BOJKBmBr 1' W;"!,lmln- Eln
BOO Howard movtmsnt. UB&Sjj 1,000 Walthtm and Elgin Ji
All our Watches are carefully regulated. We give a written guar-
antee with every watch for three years. Vm
LAMBERT BROS., Cor. 53tli St. and 3d ave, ' ,
" L Station corner iiUtli. st.
Every Man to Hla Taste.
I Vow TVm h.)
Gentlemen, come up and take something,
W'hat'll you have?"
" A good drink ot whiskey."
" A drink of good whiskey."
" A good drink nf good whiskey."
" Ah 1 all t he orders In. bartender, gimme
two good drinks of good w hlnkey."
No Further Uso for Tbem.
"The doctors have given McJitnkln up."
"l'oor fcllon I Is he as 111 as that?'
No: he has got well."
Peyond Even a Ulsliop'e Powor,
f he-o the Bishop ha made Cholly Dude
kin and Mabel man and wife?
He Well, Miix'lls icrtulnly Mrs. Dudekln,
but 1 see no change In cholly.
" 1 his cap ot mtno reminds me of a yacht
race 1 was In once."
How white cup:'
" No; It's such u handy cap."
1VfM r, i.tA.i
She Vhls Is the portrait of my grand
mother at se.eul)-ulue.
He (delightedly; What a strong rescm
I bin nee. It might almost bo taken for you.
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Bcdtliiijf, Stoves, Eto.,Etc untcom
CASH OK CREDIT. fKonJC
Durnblr Cnnds. I.ovr Prlrea. Latest Tbltd I oi
I Htylea. Only lOI'KUCI'.NT. CAbllDOWN. ,, , lh
ho Depu.1t when l,on Tim la Nol l'u c
Wanted. .,ft. , 0J
1'arlor Suits, Chamber Suits, llilb L.oi
Diuing-Eoom Furniture, Bed- tetrolh ,
. tliiiR, Stoves, Folding Beds, Oil- hihlh c
i cloth, Linoleum, Mattings, Win- Xinlh Cc
j dow Shades, Curtains, Por- jrjth Vo
tieros, Refrigerators, Lamps, no
Clocks, Baby Carriages, Pie- Ji'I;
turos.Desks.Offlco Furniture.&o. llre
lara.h, BOo. wf-klr, or S7 por month on fit AiljU-Ooi
tSesib, 1.00 wMklj, or 44 per month oa (SO
a7.oOcub, S1.2Jwe.klr,oraSpormonthoa STI m.i..
alOcMb, I.MIirMkl7,oriBp.rmontaoa100 'lor.
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p . .-a, l DOUBLE- OUl I D TWEED. LINE OF PnATQ FOR LN A DRE?LAND ClllTV DOUBLE- DRIVN6, UY til- CESTERF ELDS, ar-- 111 "'
1 ill $5.23 I BREASTED VW,,V SCOTCHES. FALL bUAlO THE MONEY. Ui A F HE OUI I 9 BRFASTED LICHT- pniTP ENGLISH 23p. 11 K.1
MR ? We've put in for nt thw iirice a bif? Tlio ,, ,r- ,.. l,- ,J -, . k- m..rl,,oJ ,t lk JB T BUalHESS SACKS, &C, WE GHT, UUAIO BOX. For a pair oC durable singlo Knee () ,'w?
B )T drive 200 pair of imported Khr. ' c garments a c our own make and can not be purchased at mi -r7 There's no other Broadway house who manufacture their own You1, W 'u want, a few T( iSSY,
Ei ft S9TrZThstiw8or lu- i.!M.-".?. clothing as w.do,8awlnB the 6uyerfir$8.0oTffi 1 "r
Wm. Ill Heing short of room, we We suit thousands of gen- JkM, There is a great satisfac You have but to name HUlO LUHll rANlO oUllo. )(
WW (?) BOYS' (iflPF DVEHROATS ncr 5,00 lens s,yIis,, tlemcn every day in Fall fW tion in bu'inS vour suit yur style, color or shape aH55.00 (ft ?
II )I -rrLri Jira Tailor-Made, Regular $20 Overcoats, and we can please Wtfz when you know the goods coat, and you will find it in For an All-Wool Suit, noat pat- W l
If' (ft , .5 Suits for the above price. YOU! We have murdered ' JTES are J'el,ab,e-. ur twcntY our stock. We make it a terns a?es 13 to 19 yrs. Tiiero il M
mvS'i T In this sale buys a nobby All-Wool ti t .1 1 , .. t- n -. t yW years experience has taught noint to have evervthine- worth all of $8.00. f ;ruec
ll I Cape Coat; sold usuallat 5.00. ' re m any of the desira- pnees of all 1-all Coats being fW7 is how to make goods tliat Es in style. You'll find ffiO SO I S
m ( S3.75 b,CfJ!lyl" guaranteed per- determined todispose of them l WA arc " -"iply right." This that our Top Coats fit. Finer gSrooTicotdies ft
Mm III Is very little monoy for tbo beau- lect in lit and make. Don t all before the season ends. I tjL great special line at the They're comfortable and and Cassimore Suits ; worth $10, W
Bk (ft tiful BtylftS ',v, h1,ow' nml0 ot lmo rusn ff to some tailor and So we've chopped off profits SSJsffiv3 JaVl above price includes the serviceable. We offer sev- tto l-0 1 ""'
MS 11 Bhneres; dainty styles .worth pay him three tinics what a on ,ooo $.8 and $22 Over- It very finest Imported Clay eral hundred at the above This InTrSs beautiful f 5
mm i S5-4. rtT Suit is worth until you look coats, and offer 'em at the i Jfe diagonal, iiomespun, Scotch PRICE, which we usually colors of the finest all-wool and 111 &.,
1 f Even oPiScrlnak,. a over our big special offers. above price. They're in 3 SU g heviot an d fine Whipcords. sell at $22.oo and $25.00. best rring cloths , worth easily A ffi
PPM. ill difference in value. This lino U3u- vv.. ,.(,, w' 1,.. 1 .1 ,-, . r j ti. ,ain or tancY patterns. This, of course, makes it an ioo. T ThC(
K (1 ally sells at $0 CO. ,We 'ow absolutely the Cheviots, Tweeds, Meltons, ff Many are silk lined and are object for you to buy one SIO.OO ll 'l
HT , W A fine line of ULSTERS. Early largest stock of Tailor-Made Covert Cloths, Worsteds, W ahead of the average Custom now. That's why we put . tZMr nn Riffin R,.nofn ? !
K.' 1 buyers should take the hint an$ Ready-to-Wear Clothes in &c. lined and made in the SrtWmtm Clothes which cost three down the price. 7 P SltolSlStlSTfiStSS I "X
Ml W BaTem"e m America. best custom style. , M times our special price. . made worth $15.00. (A) feJ
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