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JTHE WORLD FRIDAY EVENING JULY 34 1903 fl
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SOMI TRANSf R
SYSTfMN tUEU
fieUp on the L Roads Las
Night Emphasizes the Neces
sity for a Method by Which
Fares Can Be Returned
OFTEN WORKS HARDSHIP
Sale of Tickets la Continued After
Blockcde Occurs Though Agent
Know Prompt Rendering of Ser
vice Paid For Is Impossible
Tho great tieup of the elcvatej rait
rood eystom of Manhattan last nigh
made more apparent than evor the ne
eesslty for some system ot rebates
transfers or the refunding of the money
paid for a ride which tho company hai
failed to give
The usual tieup affects one line and all
a rule n portion at that only The pub
Be Is Inconvenienced and the company
while It may not have been able to pro
vent the tieup maltca no effort to re
tonburso the passengers wfho are forcv
K leave tho stalled cars and < oki
others
In last nights blockade the whole L
system was stopped It wax at an hour
when the nurth bound trains are packed
Ilka tarOlno boxes The stations were
jammed wKh people until breathln wat
dlfllcult yet tho saJo of tickets pro
ceeded until every station platform was
filled to Its capacity
Unrduhlp to Jinny Injnntlce to All
To many persons on their way home
from work It was the last nickel It
was the five cents they had saved out
Of the days expenses for their rIde I
home Although In many thousinc
cues It waa accepted after the blockade i
occurred all demands for Its return wer <
met with refusal The agent had sole
the ticket it was In the box chopped to
pieces and there his responsibility ended
FIndIng that the delay was likely to
continue Indefinitely the great majoritY
of those In trains ml on platform1
went to the surface lines paid anoint
Care and managed to get home Those
nrho had no more money walked Ii
either case the nickel paid to the Man
battan company Wall confiscated The
company rendered no service but re =
talned the money In come cases It had
grlven half a ride In others It had giver
nothing In none had It fulfilled Us con
tract
The question of giving transfers wher
blockade results Is one that has occu
pied the attention of urban railroad of
Bclals for same time They do not dis
pute the moral right of the paasengor tc
k transfer when the line la Incapacitated
rom performing the service paid for
but they cannot agree on the meiUipd oi
doing so
soAn
An Old Old Grievance
When the Manhattan roads passed
Into the control of the Interborougli
Company reforms were promised Mr
Uelmont and his Associates have lencUi
oncd stations and put more cars on the
trains but the old grievance of taking
the passengers nickel and giving no ride
U the rom e
Railroad men who have had exper
ience say that a system could be placed
ta operation which while It would not
bo absolutely perfect would be nearly
00 They point out that at each station
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there could be a roll of tickets to b
used for Just such occasions and that
when a blockade occurred the agent
could be Instructed to Issue the tickets
which would be good for another ride I
on the elevated any time within the
Cxt twentyfour hours I
It Is argued by some that this would
leave a loop hole for employees to rob
lie company but the advocates of the
loheme retort that such Is no reason
Why the company should persist In a
lyitem which robs Its patrons
PROCTOR BUYS A
HARLEM THEATRE
Uo Make Many Improvements and
Add a Roof Garden to Be
Ready Next Summer
Frederick P Proctor the vaudeville
nager has become the owner of the
theatre property In East One Hundred
and Twentyfifth street which bears his
name The purchase price was 300030
Mr Proctor Intends making JCOOOO worth
pf Improvements before next season The
entire theatre will bo renovated the
> tage remodelled and before next sum
mer a roof garden something whIch
Harlem lacks up to tho present time
will be built
The property belonged to the James
McCreery Realty Corporation which
purchased U from Oscar Ilammcrsteln
who built the Columbus Theatre on tae
Bite Mr proctor has been the lessee
lor three years and could have renewed
hl lease Indefinitely but preferred tc
make an outright purchase He has a
frontage of 100 feet 6 Inches on One
Hundred and Twentyfifth street run
ning bad to One Uunared and Twenty
fourth street In addition to the theatre
there la a livestory orrlCo building
After acquiring the deeds to his Cue
Hundred nnd Twentyflflh street prop
my Mr Irootor left for Albany In his
touring automobile to supervise the
renovation of MB theatre there This
property formerly the Leland Opera
House he recently purchaned outright
for 1100000 from Col Abe Oruber to
whom It wax bequeathed by a wealthy
client
m
JAY FINN ASSOCIATION DAY
It AVIII Have a Grcnt Outlntr nt
anile 1nrU Ann S3
Thi Jay Finn Association Is making
great preparations for Its outing to
Qllllcs strk Staten island on Aug 23
The patron of this association Is Jay
Finn nephew of Civil Justice Dan Finn
One of the features of the occasion will
tie the match game of ball for the cham
pionship of the Thirteenth Atsembly
District The nines will bo picked from
the Finn Asioclutlon nncl the Patrick J
Burke Association The prize will bo a
J100 silver lovlni cup
There will be other Ramos and all tin
big men of Tammany will have to be
present or huvo tholr names scratched
from the Hat of Invited guests for future
affairs In the Thirteenth
AVrntlierivlie
tI From the Atlintt Coutllutlon
How come you allus tuyln Its hot
o de place Jvhar do devil live aU asked
Brolher Dl key of one of his while
folks and tliun he added
Dont vou know you como of a long
life famllv en Itll bo joine time ylt To
rfoull know for certain dcs how hot It la
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CHICOT LOOKS FOR FUN I
AMONG THE SKETOHERS I
Five Little Plays Are On the Bill at Keiths
This Week
Burglary ele
vated to a com
edy feature forma
tho principal at
traction on the
JI ro g ro mme at
Keiths this week
The offering Is
presented by
James F Dolan
and Ida Llnhnrr
Dolan at un earl
ier day gave him
self over to a
straight travesty
on current CIHCOT
dramas Several years ago ho conceive
the Idea of the high toned burglar a
cracksman masquerading as a lord Fol
lowing this he continued the character
anil offered a second addition In Tak
ing Changes In this he Iraporsonati
the name burglar In a new episode
Tho burglar who Is a decidedly ami
able sort of a person bas robbed a wo
man of her pocketbook and arrives at
her home the bearer of a peace ofTerinij
of flowers Ho masquerades as the de
tective who has been called In on the
case and during the course of his call
he steals a Christmas tree ind various
other things from the flat upstairs
which he presents to his hostess
The Idea Is a pleasant variant from
the Jealous married couples and quar
relsome lovers who furnlth tha grcatei
amount of Inspiration to sketch writers
Both of tho players have grown Into
their parts and handle skilfully the
really clever dialogue
Rae and Brocohe have another sketch
In which a henpecked husband Is sup
posed to form the essential comedy
feature They seem to be successful Ir
pleasing their audiences and In view
of this fact they may find a possible
excuse for not presenting a clove
specialty The man first makes hIs ap
pearance before a acene droo painted tc
represent a vtreet and anfflunccs that
he has been shopping for his wife
He follows this with a dreary suc
cession of alleged Jokes concerning the
signs be observed upon the street and
elsewhere One or two of these bit
were clever acme rears ago but most
of them were tiresome even In their In
fancy and Mr Rae devotes entirely too
much of his time to the exploitation ol
the unwholesome subject of expectora
tion The gentleman may discover some
mental tonic In this salivated comedy
but as a general thing this sort of topic
Is not to be commended to comedians
A change of scene shows him arrived
home where ho encounters his dominant
and domineering wife He sings a song
which she accompanies upon the piano
and returning to the front of the stage
they rid themselves of another song
while the stage manager drops a front
curtain and prepares the full stage for
the next performer In the end the
RUBBER WORTH 20000
STOLEN FROM TRUCK
Two Cases Found In Junk Shop but
Eighteen More Are Still Mist
ing with No Trace
The theft of twenty coses of Para
rubber valued at 130000 from the firm
of Mlddleton Co of No 29 Spruce
street was revealed today when Cen
tral Office detectives arraigned several
prisoners In Centre Street Court
The men hold were William Murphy
I a Junkdealer at No 628 Sixtyeighth
street Brooklyn his clerk Robert Mot
fatt of No 10 York street Brooklyn
Henry Fenton a driver of No 1S3 Hous
ton street Paul Kern a driver of No
TS King street Jeremiah Flynn of No
A Cherry street and Sylvester MoCabe
it No 156 Cherry street
Fenton took the twenty cases of rub
ber from Mlddleton Do on Wednes
day and was supposed to deliver It at
Pier 60 North River to tho New Haven
line On the way he picked up Kern
and they drove to Water and Catharine
streets the detectives assert where they
met two men and a wagon and turned
over to them two cases of the rubber
Them they ilrovo to Brooklyn Mean
while a bile storm came up and Middle
ton Co fearing the rubber would not
be safely dellierod1 at tho Now Haven
pier telephoned and discovered that tho
consignment was missing Tho police
were nt once notified The truck emp
tied ot the remaining eighteen cases of
rubber was found abandoned In a I
Brooklyn street
Tho police went to Murphys Junk
J
I MEAT OR CEREALS
A Qucition of Interest to All Careful
Pcnoci
I
The arguments on food are lu
teres ing Many persons adopt a
vegetarian diet on the ground that
they co not like to feel that life has
been taken to feed them nor do they
fnncy the thought of eating dead
meat I
On the other hand too great con
sumption of partly cooked starchy
oats and wheat or bread pastry etc
produces serious bowel troubles bo
cause the bowel digestive organs
where stqrch should be digested
are overtaxed and the food ferments
producing cos and microbes gener
ate In the decayed food frequently
bringing on peritonitis nnd apncndl
SitlB
I Starchy food Is absolutely essen
tial to tho human body Its best
form Is shown In Uw food Grape
Nuts where the starch Is changed
Into grape sugar during the process
if Its manufacture In this way tho
required foot Is presented to the IIYS
toroln n prodigested form and Is 1m
mcfTlately made Into blood and tissue
without taxing tho digestive orpins
A rcmnrkaWe result In nourish
ment Is gained the person uitng
OrapeNnto gains quickly In physical
ind montil strength Why In men
tal Because the food contalni deli
cate particles ot Phosphate of Potash
ubtalneJ from the grains ThU
ID tAB with tho albumen of nil focd
and the combination la what nature
WIGS to rebuild wornout cells In tho
brnln This Is a scientific fact that
can bo easily proven by ton dnys
use of QrapoKuti Never cat be
yond threo or four heaping teaspcon
ftila at a meaL < >
C
vo
mi tr c
I
mans temper Is supposed to rise nnd
he threatens to strike his wife A stax
hand Interferes to protect the woman
and she turning upon him declares he
husband pooansed ot the rUht to atrik
her If he so elect This sort of thin
strikes some persons as being very
humorous
Joe and Nellie LOner have a skit In
stead of a sketch A skit usually mean
short cklrts for the woman and mor
ilnginz Mr Donor Is funny In a frank
ly inane fashion and Mr Doner contrl
buts to the gayety of the event with a
tOnr and tome jokes In the end they
wind up with a totch dance nhlch very
strongly suggests the work of two per
formers who have recently gained dis
tinction by breaking furniture while
they dance
Had the Doners not been doing this
work several years before the others It
might be said that they copied Aa n
matter of fact this Is one of their in
clent trade marks
Derenda and lireen show the awful ef
fects of tho European ulp They do
club juggling and at ono time both ot
the men dressed neatly and proceedei
straight away with their work Nov
one nan gets hlroaelf up In outlandlnl
costume and elects to be a comedian
It may be cald to his credit that thcr
are ttm s when ho Is passively funn
and ho Introduced In this country hi
trick of bouncing a handkerchief In
which Is concealed a rubber ball
William Cahlll gives a very close ImI
tation of J W Kelly in the matter or
his jokes Though unlike most IrUi
comedians he uses his own joke HI
their manner of construction and telling
which suggest Mr Kelly Mr Cahlll Is
modest which Is a rate accompllsnmnni
In a performer Were he less modest hi
would bo more Important
Efttrsrd J nice also endeavors to en
tartaln with a comedy monologue Mr
Hlca Is one of the few monolggulsts In
vaudeville who does not fake liberties
with the English language He says II
not Instead of aint and In other
trays betrays possession of a knowledge
of grammar This alone should entitle
him to distinction In oddltoon he Is II
clever entertainer except when he glvei
way to the fatal habit of endeavoring tt
recite He should not give little recita
tions They may be laughed at bu
they are seldom funny and the time
might bo more profitably employed In
telling stories
Burt Baker who used to do sketol
In which ha played an Irishman woar
a long ooat and tells jokes Some of the
jokes are his and are rather good The
others are not his and are not entertain
InMe Bokor should see to It tc
evolve hla own Jokes
Kennedy and JJtmes also toll every
bodys jokes and toll them quite well
Did they use their own jokes they mlghl
bo quite a hit At present they seem tc
be engaged In an endeavor to have every
rtudeville act represented In their spe
cslt I
The Lucados have an Interesting per
nrmanco In nhlch the man balance
chairs and thlhgs on his chin whllo h <
expands his chest and breaks Inathei
straps bound thereon Incidentally he
beats his wife upon a bicycle and bal
uices the entire outfit on his chin
Touhey and Lacy present an Irish
comedy npeclalty In which they have an
automobile whIch might be made a com
sdy adjunct CHICOT
> hop and claim to have found there two
cases ot jne rubber which Murphy say
ho purchased The eighteen cases or
rubber last taken from the wagon are
still missing i
England VIa miff Shoot
BISLBY England July 21 England
iron the National Challenge trophy to
day with a score of 1E21 Wales wa <
second with 1S03 Scotland scored l8i >
and Ireland 1755
Infllnt Death
to Btrtban CockrnathtB mesa Anti
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IUllBUQ
tJ QlI
A kronrinJHtl tnrirroe rfotn rTli
crept no other If In doe not ben It
mak hHnetltor7n cnn mttir direct
1Z l t
romni Pint cam SOc K pint lOc
lUrtl Drug O > 1E3 MtUta UneKTCItr
EYHUUASSKS THAT DO IXOT
PINCH TILT OR SUP OFF
YOUR NOSE The Harris Clip
holds them so gently that they do
not hurt the most tender noseso
firmly that they stay securely In
place Attached for 35 cents
Eyeglasswearers should know the
danger to sight of glasses a hairs
breadth wrong The best skill of th
trained specialist Is not one Iota too
good Doubtful glasses arc a step
toward doubtful eyesight
My eye examinations are scientific
and painstaking My glasses are per I
fect in every detail
Properly Adjusted Glam 100 Up
Artificial Eyes lifelike exprcnlon3
1 u Optlct
Ccl Spedlst
34S Sixth Ave bel 2lit and 22d Sit
Open Saturday Afternoon
= =
VINCENT says I
IF youre looking for a
10 Serge Suit come
to my Sixth avenue store
Ill show you one thafs
worth more than 10 but
Its priced 10 because this
is Vincents
The serge 13 goodit will
hold its color I
The making is jpod the
J suit will hold its shape
Broadway Ilil Street
Sixth AvenuoIJth Street
BUSINESS MEN AND CHILDREN
AID SICK BABIES FUND
Hvery July ilnco the foundation fit
IhOl Slcgel 7oo > > r Company store In
Now Yi rk a work htt t > ecn ilcvoted I >
charity A certain pTceniiiKo of till > I
rccelixn uicli 1uy In given to lIome I
worthy charity In tltli Hit The
Evening World Sick KhlriT Tumi hm
over hud n prominent pla < > Thn ar
Il heads the lAt On Tueilay the per
centage of receipts went to the Nuz
areth Day Nursery nnd the Childrens
Sanitarium of tha SodiHy of Kthlcal I
Culture On Wednesday the percentage
of receIpts nont to trip Hospital for
Crippled anil Ruptured Children and
to the Moderation Society On Thurs
day the percentage of receipts went in
the Jfriey Clty Journals Kresh Air
Fund and the Newark News Frroh Air
Fund
In transmitting to The Kvenlng World
Sick Babies Fund 130300 Mr A J
Melster writes for the Slecel Cooper
Company as follows
To tin Crtnlix WorIJi Sick IUbl Fund
R ifford mi plruurt to tnclote hir wlth
hk ot ilit Slgd Vxnxr Co tor 130190 t
Ine tin wnount allotted to lh > Ntw York World
Sick niblti Fun a rtiult ot a certiln p < r <
cinti > ot MonJlr tnulnoi
Klnjir tcknowledi maft
Your v rr truly
A J MltKTErt AdrertUlnt Al nt
Vnr York Julr 12 1903
The Kenerous spirit of tho Slegel Coop
er Company greatly cnlnrses the scope
of the charities to which It contribute
so handsomely and will onible the phy
sicians of The Evening World Sick Fla
Dloj Fund to do much Rood and effective
work In aid of the suffering little ones
Friends of tho children should not for
got the monster benefit for the Sick Ha
bios Fund at tJrben Casino North
Beach Tho entertainment will hn con
tinuous from 1 P M July 31 to 1 X XI
AUK 11 twelve hours vaudeville show
Actors Protective Union No 1 has vol
unteurtd In a body and other volunteers I
will bo accepted Send your photograph
and a description of your tuin to Fred
crick Brbe North Heaoh L 1
The following generous contributions
nn
have nein ncelvnd from little frlondi
To thl Krenms ttotlt ilk HiMfl Fuml
ItlclbMd plr i dnil I ftMri four 1 Irli
COllKI Ijr 111 UurU M k lUMri I UII
W h9o lou of ruott < y nlll tome lit for thi
lul i ck Illllt titjln ad thit Ihf olll tit
better toon a ij lb1i an havi lota uf ti
curilon rldrt ItFot tfully your
HcllruJr M Abu liiTi No 717 Dfth ilrol
llo llu k No 717 llh 11
1J > Mtlctr No 721 rillh irfit
1h 14b No 719 Pllh Irt
To the i > lnln < Wntl1 kk lulil Piindi
In loiid plcjii nnJ S2 the rollutlan from
lltlllo HIM h < ri lluth Iff iirrn
lure tnd Tlllr lUrt wtrn > un > 1 Irom So
iAO Kitt One llinitrrj tnd Thlrtrilnt ilmt
Kindly cknowlrd rrvrlpt In yi ur pr
S I M So i6J D t On > IlimJrO and Thirty
ninth itlrct
T tni EvrnliiK World Rlk IiihlfV o
W Ont 1 rwllrctM for Elck UlbleV Fund
and ho It will do o ni a J
UUdyi Virltr Ircnn riiriod
Cliri I10n
No 510 Cut On Hundred and Partycrcond
itrr t tiron
To th nenlnc World Nek ntbtri Kund
Inbpej IOU Kill flnd 15 for th J o > cal
CI
LUNG TROUBLES
There It n QUAIIIOI thtt Vfnt lot Jo
cf Uerlln 0nI11 cxiret connumptlon h Ii
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piss t1 in l I lie mlTrer aionff wiin I nniftii
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lenua remain In tht iriteni unmoUntnl t1 dl
Ir will graJu llr nJ url Kt worn rttr
ole 11 YOU th r hart ttnmach traubl for
RKtlnt that tilltnti lth connimptlcin aUaya
hav dripaptla and indlifitlon and other tom >
ach troublti wMch lk ttrelr atrasth br not
properly dlgtMtnjr Ihlr taaA
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to 7 Sund n 10 I Eumlnolon r b
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wt 10 monlh r 125 for Ir mnt 1
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I33TOI46 W 14 TH ST I THIRDAVENWC6n83n ° ST
PEJVWCENOir AND 71M AVESIlONEBlOCK FIDM EllVATED STATION
Mens and Young Mens WellMade
TROUSERS
Striped worsteds cheviots and homespuns in
light and dark effects This is the largest
as well as one of the best selected stocks of
trousers we have ever shown at the cele
brated little price of J a price established
and made famous by the Surpiise Store
Everyman owes it to himself to inspect this
offering during week ending next Friday
Mens and Young Mens Homespun
1 50 2 2 50
spun and Flannel Trousers
We Particularly Advertise
Mens and Young Mens Excellent AllWool Suits of which
a vast lot is now ready lined and unlined Theyre made
up from fabric that have withstood all the tests of the 5
trade and are extensively used in making up highpriced
suits This lot we now place on sale at an absurdly low price
Kens Black Thibet Soils 3 Mens Tropical Worsted Snlts 10
Mens Durable Mens and Boys Straw Hat Boys Serviceable
Taunton Calf I Essex Calf Shoe
Shoe 145 10c 25c 95c
Mens and Boys Underwear 25c Mens and Boys Madras Sblrls 45c
Boys AllWool Knee Pants extra strong 25c 45c
Boys Wash Suit and Wash Trousers at Vanishing Prices
for Two Days Only Tomorrow and Monday d < Cfl
FLYER HaM SPUN AND FLANNEL SUITS P 3 JU
illwool cood i capably mad up unllned Sjlti conalit of coat trouior Jr I
anil belt r
Open Saturdays until 10 P M other days 630 P M
132 to 146 The Store Third Avenue
w2i4 hs Surprise N W Cor 83d St
Gillies Coffee Sale
The Gillies Coffee sales arc more frequent than formerly simply be
Giies
ause this svstem of introduction has been extended to more of our brands
special sales of each brand however are far less frequent than before
Spal of the brands offered at this sale will be included in any other
sale during this month or the next two months following at least The
information is given s that customers using any of these brands may lay
inforaton
in larger supplies if they so desire
As importing wholesalers since 1SMO our regular prices represent
rallies that cannot be surpassed by anybody under any conditions In
fact recent careful and impartial comparisons with the best that others
affer confirm the belief that take quality for quality our regular pi ices
ire much the lowest The sale pries form an extra inducement
Sale 3 Days Only Saturday cMonday and Tuesday
roken Holland cMccha and ar1
tegular price 20c Hundreds of A RcRuhr price 24c A pure rich
amities ole and keep coming l8C delightful favor Hut is rich22C
for it year In and year out A I remembered and for which
I splendid Coffee It makes and no substitute will do Slb
keeps friends SALE PKICE IJJCEBest
cMandeling Zfava Best cdrabian Sflocha
elng
Regular price 3oc This Is C R < KuIar price 35c There Is lit
ustly considered as one IS26 tle of the genuine In tills coun
he finest crown It yields a try This we know tP be all
leverage jrowl rich and en I right for It comes direct from
oyable SALE PRICE Aden Arabia SALE PRICE
Simply Send Postal
WE SELL 5 LOS COFFnEor 1 1b Tea and 5 Ibs CoT eeanlllmn1
FREE In Manhattan Brooklyn ami Bronx up to Hoth SI SsM l > POSTAL
te phone 10 Ihs Coffee or SIbs Ttor I ll Tea and to tbj CotTeeI OrLIV
iRED FREE within 25 miles of MjnhatUn 23 Ibs within 100 miles
Gillies Coffee Company
Estblshed ltl1dL 233 238 237 u 219 lla hltOi it J DmISt pI
L2 o t o
Reduction Sale
of Mens Suits
at Vogel Brothers
This has been a busy week the reduction sale has at
tracted men from every quarter Why not come in and secure
one of these rare values You know the hottest part of Sum
mer is yet to come
10 12 Suits reduced to 750
These blue sirgcs and light colored cheviot
sack suits are for young menages 13 to 17
121415Suitsreduced to 950
These mens suits at 950 are in singlebreasted sack
style made of blue serge light colored and black cheviots
182022Suits reduced to1450
These mens suits at 1450 are of fine tropical worsteds
softfeeling blue serges and light colored cool homespuns
Mens Negligee Shirts at SOc
4000 of them to go at the low price of 50c White silk strIped madras
also neat striped and figured patterns These shirts are finished and
made the same In every detail a 1 shirts Sizes 14 to IY Sale price SOc
t
LM SWo jt
Open Saturday Night Till 1030
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IA I ItO A D
SUNDAY EXCURSION
TO
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AND
GLEN ONOKO
JULY 26th
1 50
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Leave New York 835 A M I
for tickets and particular Inquire at
Jerry btatloni a na 355167 3 < i 2901134
nit I3J4 llroadn HJ Fifth Ae 35
Union S Wet 145 Columbus Ave 153
E tajtU St 373 W ujtu 51 5
t UAt IU 5 I SHOES OF OTHER MAKES
J M F Morrlll of ponton writes
Mr Duuglni ne follow I
Tour 350 shoes bet any shoe I hiT
trer vrom for weir ee nml looks Hero
toforo liavo been paying 5 00 and SGOO
Trill It the non tV I Douclm maku
nnil 1 ninre ment 81 no tlinr than any
other manufacturer In Ilia world
Tat DougUi uiei Corona Colt prom there
i Tiln In DougUi S350 sol Corona Colt
i the bigheit grids pitint Uitber mi J
arNra and price on bottom T U no lUbUIIBU Ei
Fast Color need
Clor Crelet > xclDtUely
Boyo nroar IV L Oouglma Sltooa
Prloo 93OO and St7tt
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Pianos and Organs
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Saturday Piano Day
Come ToMorrow T
Save from tO to J200 by
f Sfcutlnc one of thee Pianos In
this great sale of 350 celebrated
PianOS at 51 WEEK
Wilson Pinuo 1GB I >
Harmony Piano 175 I
Wultera Piano WB
Richardson Piano 10G j >
Includlnt Stool and enl
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100 A 0 100 90GJo01 M or all
NEW JERSEY COASTRESORTS
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In this mornings World there are J
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leading ul For Sale Hero aro J l
some ot the offers f61
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