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THINK IHE IS DODGING
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J i 6r0t Plainly Tells Tenement
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T prnln Whoso retlrenitnt from ofllco
1 i expected tit follow tho Inadequate
j ffl jpefytlon brought to light by tlio fire
In n AUen atreot tenement where
lifulneHeen lives wcro lost resorted to
i i j qullar strategy today lo place re
riK f ippniiibllltjr for Intfllclcncy his de
1 p rtm nt on tho Hoard of Estimate and
I P lrtlonm n t HV nIP qrel1 before a
tJi1Mp ecI il commlltM of that body and de
t1it i inaiided an opportunity to bo heard
if Bo yon IIJakcd the Mayor
tfciif ellloleBOr depeiHlfil on tlie
j au of tlio appropriation for yonr
iV4evrtueut or the manner In
1ItrttI h1o ypnr dep rtmrj ii ailroln
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t s Ji qttMUbjiwai fairly flung at the
ll l CinrflUiliJntr who became very palo
i1 ir M liejretlled that the efflclsncy uf his
11if 4epr1ert could only 114 ImjpwveXi by
lt I4 pjiropriationa for the employ
II of additional Inepeoton stid clerlts
1 > 1f Utl he ialdf he must have > t bait
W Meo Th9 appropriatIon for the de
Jf1 > > rbnl nWIatt l tieftil1drc was flO
1 t t 4Crltlclsed by Grout
11 N tirisi tho UQ ta maitt your
ct j i WCbmptr Iet Grout as the
tJt iKW ffl r asiint You snouid
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f i faIu41 yodrpeech last October at
I i ltI budt woe being c4m
i r pIetLfT JpIO oi uonozt Oato
hkrwfthQtit CcomPIlII c any telIt
1 Jt J Cei ri IG me
i ttyor McClell4n gay no com
tito CoiMnliiWcT Cram even when
t lUrtjrPrnMtnt1 Mttloton of Brook
TIf I dedIardtht ojnethlng ihould
111 p bei4onb by him months MO
L ii the CootailMlliner had flnl ne4
1 flrlll MMror Moa llan abruptly
i j Board will iro Into executive
= JfMltlt irtom will be le8Joo
I I 4t no tlm under the prensnt udmlnls
I 1 ttM < SM any oommlttloner or ovefl
I avclty bureau b treated with
j Mllllt corwiaenvUon M was given
4 oer Grain today The treat
y oc1rded him WM ot the most
Af hi I8Q8jtor
5 aiipaamne before tb6 D04rd of
iktlbliate atthba ottme wae rtiIM aa
4lMfadviIel In wohi M hla smplfoatlon
jjr es 4ditbonai money was UI UmM find
Q llpt rj W li It the effort totaift
t Orabn W Defiant
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i t i li W adet th fact
sutwIit Hcaimt wr ad1
auIw4i t Iti Hiti n
iIlitb ahuld the
i to nake thereQuest n ad
i MJion iJommlaaloner
wIlI resiL Wi statements to tha
4iutsthats deplorable condl
4d gidra exists llIli18 department
I inoritriH during his absence
njuntoflllneM ha been prnctl
r lrunnln < < itself Kb atatwnent
too that thero oredanrora
m those in Allen street In other
Vihi particularly Brooklyn will the
x irstlieliioreaao population
t not been mot br comparative In
m the cfflclencr of the Tenenukat
I JJepartment r
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1 vii Mi CHOOL FADS HIT
tjft IN LEGISLATURE
Ji < tr t I
I llaiwelj Attacked for Compel
< i clMQoYs to Sew and Declar
tl Made i that People Arc
M l pfHjs Methods
rfr fl l
4 dto 1 ba CVenln Tofl
bJ MiJf Mai t 1Ammbl111ao
i 1Htmtl W TprivBs tflnl Peml
1l o tldloader In the Lower House to
i ked Sup MMrtrell and the
f i aooi tl D1I I New York during ft
t iSba4e o tiiilormn bill rca8lns
f I4iiby4uciof the annual approprla
1flf6 aclinol purpsseg ttom t to 813
> IGfof eI8id valuation of propcjty
jP7t4 and fancies declared llr
A n have < bt Mntroducftd into
I ch Ol4otNeYork until the peo
r ilcte B Wnff tnd oooWnj Is
> II1 toind other such ffds know of
tbets who complain that their boy
riftJ lltrMdlor wrlut1
h ilHIJf you want ustalnrer that th
i In New York schools are laud
iJ oieng 1 askod AMamblymitn
< > K < Vr Ii promptLy replied Mr Tomp
jl MM
SffiWTliAP ple fthe city are tired of
lfeMw w0I ytemvof Irutruotlou and they
1MAitiauitiUiatboliihed1
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ntt9 iijiiXUTlFV THE BRONX
4L1MT1 March Assembljmar
i ntivr bjday introduced a bill provld
Iator q State commlinlon of five to
i rMtteate dud report on tio queutlou
I taiprovlnif the Uioni River Valley
iv ICOr thOurpOBe preserving the nat
rat beauty of the river and tho Bronx
ilt if ark The bill comes from the Zoologl
0 af QSImOCiety of NewYork City
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W i i On Mie in our stores
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SONfORCE
Civil Service Commission Closes
List with ThatMany Applica
tions for Places in Police Do
partment Filed
Critlclen of the pollc force does not
oppenr to deter yoiins men froni sfcU
It The clvllwrvloe list lor
log to Join
patrolmen opened a short time ago
closed toiday wlthn total of 0755 np
illcrttlons
This Is the largest number the Civil
Service Commission hap over handled
In one list Nearly as many are anx
oils to Join ttib torte ns nre already
enrolled In tnei me nb rihlp
Tha fipplloatlona cnnf not onlrtrom
hificny and State but from adjoining
Itates Evcry applicant Is under thirty
yearn of ate and Secretory Berllnser
aya the majorltyx men of fair edu
cation
Homo time will be takelJ MP In sort
Inithe applications In the Border of
tholr arrIval and summoning the men
for physical exajntnatlon This Iverr
trlct and will weed out many > Then
will come the mental exam1nlllons
to bo held In Grand Central pa lee
Out of the J78S the c i 1mlulon should
secure an eligible list long cnougii to
ant for a considerable time
PISTOL ORDINANCE
IS CONSXTUTIONA
Jnit1 DoTTlltiii fane OB JCeW Vtijf
14X1T MtiiktnrCoHecalet Wapoit
Cnrrrlav a Mlidenicortor
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The new ILIderrnanloordlnlLMllm 1l
l iBvlt a misdemeanor i < to carry con
ealcd wcaipona punishable by MX
wnths or 55 0 flno j > r both stinds as
good JAW Justice Dowllng today I1It
tided IrV the case Of MiAhael Vlgllaho
who wa convicted by the Court of
ueclal Bwstons and sentenced to the
enltentlary for carrying a pistol that
he crdlnanca constitutional >
DistrictAttorney Jerome argued > for
lia ordiithi
HELD APVNER
WOMENS POOLRODM
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Dn h l Jot Oiiir C Ji rBed with Ran
nlhg Place but T rrID B to Brlbo
Police I i
Prep Bush Vrlioss real nfctrfe the pcj
tee my is Hansce and who aar
rested yesterday In a raid OB an alleged
wxanans poolroom the ai > artrnkht
house at No SM liVest Fortr econcJ
street was arraigned before Magistrate
Jarlow in tho Centre Street police l
Court today and I held In 11000 baircach
on chaflies cf maintaining ftvpoolro
and attempting to bribe Detective Sir
geant Mlnoquln None of the twenty
women atronloltbe plao wh sa
amen ware taken during the raid was
In court nor was Miss H B L wls tho
woman detectIve who obtained the ov
dencexfor Betgt fell
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REARDON DEAD
Police Captain Passes Away
After Only Four Days Illness
Almost 40 Years on the
Force His Record
Pollco Captain Jo hn ncardon known I
to every member of thoforceM
Fighting Jack Hcardon died nt his
home No 172 North Sixth street Will
lamsbtirp today The announcement
or lils death cams ot a sock to the
policemen stationed at Borough Hall
Brooklyn over whom he was In com
mand M few know he was lorloull
111 Four dy ago lie war attacked
withJjomortliu while on duty Ho
vfaa hurried home and steadily grew
worts
CJaipf Keardon WM elxtyintn fy ears
old arid wju appointed to the force In
IJjff Ho rradaally rose until be be
came ft captain under th Lcrw ddmln
iBtratlon Mter he WM ujwed in
charRo of the Oreenpolnt avenu sic
lI chanty were brought Jinat him
by Deputy Commissioner Bttttrtft who
occuaod bWot tlterlnp the records of
theiblbttar
He was tried and dismIssed from the I
force on July 81902but wu relnitatod
byh courts
Cupt Rcardon csun 4nto prominent
In 1837 wien he was a sergeant at the
Herbert street tattoo Brooklyn He
had omt 41aereMe with Dr Thomas
D Kdivarda and when the Doptor ac
cused lilm of filling carry out in
atrbotlont b threw him bodily out of
the > tiuldnhouie White hft ww In
comma a PC tlM Qreenpo avenue
station the business men and resident
of aroonpolnt protontei to him a dill
onon4eddtl badge in appreciation of
htseohiceo
apL Renrdon wu the ftOwr of Nel
lie Uorgen now the wife of De
W tt Hopper Another daughter mar
ried fxAM mbljrnian Edward Scott
laVI pwtnero Senator Patrick H Mo
CarVen who wayarm friend of
Keardon
Jllw froM Corcormi I itepdaufrhter
of the captain sloped with George
LaneiotDucraloln the nimmer of
1901 but was altervrard forgtven by her
tetifnther i
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DR HARPER AT LAKE WOOD
John D Roekefolleri Gotnt WbtU
4 at the Heioit J
president William R Harper of CM
cajfo tThiversltI w5ro arrived here from
OhicaBP yestordry wont todtyfo Lake
wood NJwherohe tato undergo an
Xray 0per tl ntorcwerHo wu
accompanied whllaon Samuel N
Harper and hit phyaidin Dr Joooph
Pv Smith
Ikjis the guest of JoJin D Rocke
t M iSr whit at th rest
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EAPS Q DEATH
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Mrs Catherine Schlapp Victim
Constiiiiptlon Jumps from
Fourth Story ofSt Peters
Hospital in Brooklyn
Mrs Catherine Schlapp twentyfJght
years old of No SJ WJlppl street
wiiliambtrg who a s a patient In St
Peters Hospital on Hicks street Brook
lyn suffering with consumption com
mitted milclde there today by jumping
from a fourth story window U the
ground a distance ot slxy feet
Th wMrwn waai despondent over her
condition and because her husband
fidvlw been Informed that the could
not get well had aotd out his hoftw and
taken his two chlMretf to HT with tha
grandmother
Mrs Schlapp fcustand Joseph Is a
brewery wagon drtver Born months
soho was Injured In ft n accident Mr1l
SonlUpp then went out to support ttte
family and ontracttd a heavy cold
iMeri developedInto consumption Two
weeks flfoshe was token to the hos
pital where the doctors said ahe had
ilttlachance of recovering
According to her sisterinlaw Mm
Oscar Sohlapp the woman blest heard
that her husband had cold out their
home on Sunday last She was very
depressed about this and said
Whats the uo ot my getting well
now Joe has sold out the home and
there is no place for me to go
Early today whlM Ihet mines wore
all out of the ward the woman went
to the window opened It and plunged
out Sho WAS found later by a police
man her skull crushed
SLOCUM INSPECTORS
TRIAL LONG DRAWN OUT
1Yarlo9N Pcrnonn Testified Tobnj
About Innpectlon of Other
I
Vc sNeb I y
The second trial of Henry W Lund
terj fflttn r probationary dssJatant In
tpeclor ot steam vessels at tho Port
off NSW Yorkwae continued today be
fore Judge Thomas and a Jury In the
Crlmlhdl Branch of the United States
Circuit Court tun berg Is accused of
manslaughter In connection with the
Qtneral Blocum disaster
James II McConnell I William Lelker
Martin Nelson and others testified
about fHtpecrlons they ha witnessed I
Joseph B Johnston of the Astoria
Ferry told pi Lundberga Inspection
ofUlo ferryboat Stelnway on April
is 1M The boat the witness sad
was required to carry 150 lifepreservers
and they were made of block pressed
and granulated cork Lundberg ad
vised Johnston not to use some of tha
lifepreservers that had paint on them
Edward Van Wart pilot of the Gen
eral Slocum testified that there had
been aboard the boat since 1S51 20X1 the
preservers but 260 were added Just prior
to the boats going Into commission in
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F NW PULICATION8 NEW PUBLICATIONS
I iLICi OI r
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The Delineator
for April
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OUT TODAY
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Iheralds
heralds the coming of the Directoire
vogue iri all its manysided charms
Wo told you lust month
of our fortunate connection with the
leading Parisian authority on mat
ters of sty lej and how we nowstcure
from him more than two hundred
exclusive Parisian designs each
month from which our Nor
York nperta choccte the best for
you I He Wit this month how on the
meet of Paris the loose blouse
effects have disappeared entirely
and he describes temptingly the
Directoire creations to be seen on
every hand
New York Ja already beginning
to adopt ihe new fashion and be
fore many months it will be in
evidence universally
Such a radical change
makes the coming season notable
one in the history of dress and this
number of THE DELINEATOR will
interest every woman who cares
for her personal appearance and
every md who cares for the ap
4 pearance of any woman
I THE DELINEATOR not how
ever confined to the II coming
tyleit is more full than ever
of the current fashions and is
needed equally by the uptodate
woman and thoie who desire to bo
just ahead of the fashion
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1 An especially noteworthy fea
ture of thli number I
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The first article by Helen
BarktleyiLoyd
who I will hereafter write for Till
DELINEATOR exclusively furnish
ing each month the New York
Letter t which will be illustrated
with her original creations
Mrs BerkeleyLoyd possesses
tlje art instinct in the highest de
gree and has undoubtedly done
more to influence Style in press in
this country during the past five
years than any other one person
Her efforts have een felt not alone
in the circles of high society
where she has long been the crea
i tor of designs for herself and for
her friends but she has also in
vaded the realm of the stage and
many of ihe greattit costume suc
cesses owe their origin to her
We congratulate our millions
of readers and ourselves on be
ing privileged to announce to you
her exclusive association with the
chief feature of your magazine
This number is a big number the biggest we
have ever given for Apriland every page has
r its message interest for woman and the home
You cannot afford to miss it
i BE SURE TO ORDER 1
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YOUR COPY TODAY IJC
Ofany newsdealer or any Buttcrick Agcntor of the publishers
at 15 cents a copy 100 a year TilE BUTTERICK
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Friday SaturdayExtra Inducements in
Misses Childrens Apparel
MISSES SKIRTS of Panamas sergel mohairs and chivfbtjJn plain blue black and
brown also green and blue checks some entirely plaited others gored top with
phlted flounce finished with itra sflenEthd7i382hd 39 hichMr i
every one well tailored andffully worth 5600 for two dayi 0 479
CIIILDRENS REEFERS the new Plcciailly j model this JeMdh umartttt cost
finely tailored emblem on sleeves thrwquarter length lined throttghouf made
of fancy nilxtuw covert and pIiIn Cheviot ilzeg 6 t6 16 years value A
595 to 750 for two days lfli v 49 5
CHILDRENS WASllADLti DRESSES 61 clurnbriVi lInn reps and aimltUirili 1
variety of pretty styles high and low neck Russian and fancy effectJ trlmme
In keeping with style and material Sizes 4 to i4yaAri selling rtg
larly for 375 to 495 for two days i j 1 i w 295
Boy C19thingRa V lues
BOYS NORFOLK SUITS WITH EXTRA PAIR OK KNICKERQOCJER TROUSERS
I of allwool cheviots and tweeds in new and dtsiiricUV liUerns eviry ono smut
and tailored to give the broad effect Macs ito itf yciniVilue 7X0
for two days n j 1 ui 4i8 g
BOYS SPRING TOP COATS Jlwo l tan covert cloth B to 16 ytarsi also NAVAL
REEFERS tin covert and blue cheviots with regulation gilt tuttoni M
and emblem on sleeves 2 to 10 yews value 700 for two d yi 4iO
BOYS CLOTH TAMS an elegant assortment of l broadcloth and ilnJtfe
newest shades U and 13 Inch crowns embrolderW lit virlotudtslgnj >
value 1148 for twodaysI hivirlotis4eSlln9S c
Girls Boys ShoesUnd pric e
MISSES BOOTS fine kidskin lace or button welt Sdwed patenHth rtrt
tips spring heels sizes llH to 2 ftg 2 2149ites t6 11V f 29
LITTLE MENS SHOES lace only of fine VlckIdfld Trip heel sizes
9 to 132 reg 200 for two days I t49
BOYS CALF LACE SHOES weltextenslonsolesslmU to SH reg
g 200 for two days J i I > i i 169
Womens Untrimmedl Hats
WOMENS UNTRIMMED HATSf made of Peroxallntf braid with folds of chiffon cit
brim In black white brown navy rdlnalifidgreerl thlihttrtest jrtyiea for
this season such as the highback trlcorru and Jaunty torbanii weir 4
worth 1300 for two days 198
WOMENS CHIFFON HATS with handmade olds of silt chiffon1 colors brown
navy cardinal llgmSblue block or white lnflYeof the newest large
dress shiptsj value 375 for twod1yS > V 269
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CA MEYER
6th Ave Cor Oth St
Buster Irown 1e8Ived
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x Long ago to year nothing but
Cmmeycrffs Shoca
The young folks know that Busters
Resolution ° goesIl
I All active healthy children
should wear our footwear
4 They are the best and cost the
parentsl ss than all otherS
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TOADS
Our Buster MARK Brown Shoes S FOR OR UIRLS BOV G
Made fcalfskln black kldoihir owh trteForm Last with Royal 1
Oak Soles Button or lace
Sizes 6 to tot 180SI H to2 900Sliej aW to 6 280
CAMA EYERS TROTTERS are serviceable shou for boys and glrls
strong ind unsl ly made
Sizes 6 to to lS8SI It to 2 lilSOSlzes titio6 800
CAMMEYERS JUNIOR SHOE for until boyi is mttU ctlflkln wRh
heavy soles i lace only I
Sizes 8 to 1310QSlzes 1 to 2 18B
CAMMEYERS SHOE SPEClALTlESFORCHILDRBrt
TheWeak Ankle Shoe 100 The Toein Shot J11JO
White Top PatLeather Shoes f200 1 tile Pat Babyi Shoe v flOO
Boys Department
Our Leader In Boys Shoes
Boys and Youths 00
Harvard Jr 2
Made the same as our famous W Mens Harvard
In box calf black calf and black kid sizes
11 to 2 and2to 5YJ >
The Armor Clad Lace
150
Satin Calf sizes 11 to 2 and 2W to 5
Boys and Youths Calf Lace 280
Sizes tOo 5th
Catalogue Mailed Free on Application Mail Orders Prorapiljrf
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VOGEL ROTHERS
1 42d St cor 8th Ave
I The New
S L Medallion Waist
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4 White China 1 no
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Silk Waists S VO
This exquisite waist is an
r1 exact reproduction of a iio
I L Parisian model All shirred
yoke surrounded with wide
l band of lace box plaito each
I side of yoke finished with
I i LARGE SWISS
EMBROIDERED
S S MEDALLION
LONG NARROW TUCKED
4 GAUNTLET CUFFS
Collar attached closely tucked
lace edging Special at 198
31 850 Gore Kilt Parisian Walking Model Skirt 4 e 98
Black panne cheviot instep length walking aklrt Springs ultra
fashionable skirt worn by the but dressed women Thirtyons
gores plaited model tailor stitched over hips1 flarlnr gracefully
belowat the stIrring low price 498
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Open Saturday Night Till 1030
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK
ONDAYrMORNlNGWONDERS
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ci Friday 10 Until 1 oClock only
iNo Mal Iers Pitted No SfatC 6 D
Boys 3001 Suits
Boy 250 Reefers
195 Each
THE SUITS are made of
Sating materials cheviot and
worsteds In neat mixtures and
pralds Sailor > Rtutian or
DpubJcbreuted4tyles
THL RLEFERS are new
sprlMi rtylea made of pretty
IrHt ri cheviott and worvtcfls
all rizu I 10 14 yeariFri
day 10 until 1 di
octotk 1 9i
Third floor
Womens 100 Waist
I r I 45c
tIff fine LaWn Waists trim
med in round yoke tiled with
Valendtnnes lace and new
wheel embroidery shies it lo
18 only reuUr price 100
Friday 10 until 1
oclock 4c
Third Door
2k Childrens Waists
v 1c
H W Knit Waist for
NGIria and Boys sizes 2 to 12 I
yean always aJes Fri
day 10 until 1 ii
oclock LYC
Second Floor
59c Muslin Underwear
35c
Womens Gowns Petticoats
chemise Drawers and Cosset
I Covenall styles nicely trim
med with lace and embroidery
Umetrelulai 59c jar
mentK 10 until 1 3Sc
oclock
i Second Floor
600 Silk Petticoats
450
Fine quality Taffeta Silk FettU
coats x Sprint coforinji also
black in Golf and Walking
lengths uckcd ruffles and ac
cordion pleating silk founds
font and under luiiles reg
ular price1 fiOO lOun
t en
till oclock choice at 450
Second Floor
100 Corsets 69c
Kabo J B W R Royal
Worcester Sonnettes and F
N nettall new models
with and without hose sup
porters sizes 18 to 30
Rtiulii4L0
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10 untill coseIl69C
Second Floor
Wash Dress Fabrics
20c Values at Ilk
MJO yards N A eN 0 L I A
I RtPP SUITINCS27 inches
wide in all the leading pltin
shades also black and while
also 2300 yards FANCY
VOILLSUITINGS
27 inches wide woven stripes
and plaids on solid grounds
Friday 10 until 1
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oclock choice per yd 11 jj C
Both 1 try dettraBte for
tMrt watst suits
CORDLD LAWNS and BA
TISTES 27 Inches widefloral
effects and small neat patterns
on white and colored grounds
value 12 YJ c per yard
10 until oclock 71C
That Floor rear
TOMATOES
Fancy Jersey Tomatoes
Tropic brand per
dozSOc can 7c
SALMON
Fancy Red Alaska Sal
mon per dozen 170
can 15c
Finest Columbia River
I MtCown Salmon
Steak 1lbcan19c i
can X
Ib can lOc
SARDINLS
Sardines In Mayonnaise
Since large can per
dozen 140 can12c
Sardines in mustard
large can per dozen
J11J can lOc
Sardines In oil im
ported I can 13 to 14
fish per dozen 11
10c
can M >
MACKLRLL
JJrollcd Mackerel soused
or mustard sauce 1lb
cans per dozen 190
can 16c
Linen Dcpt
Memphis Washable Table
Covers guaranteed absolute
ly fast colonone of the I
most derfratle covers for the
diningroom table >
Site 2 yards Jil58
She t 14 yard 188
Value J7oo and IMO
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Womens Hosiery
Womens Imported Fast Black
Cotton Hose Herms oif dye
double soles heels and toes
made to sell Jt lc and
4 lie 10 untO 1 i1
oclock 1 2 C
Womens Leather and
I Silk Belts
Glove Kid BeltsShirred back
and plain bodice effects in
black white and all the new
studei cSuo + nn
10un till oclock JJJAyV
Wide Silk Shirred Bodice I
BeltdnaUlhe new colors
value 7Sc 10 until 1
odock < > tvC
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S Womcris Neckwear
Very fine lace and embroidered Ii
Stock Collars with1 or without
tabs also fine embroidered
Turnover Collars value SIc
each until 1
10 ia
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oclock IOC
Handkerchiefs
Pure Linen Hcmitllched Hand
kerchiefs plain or with em
broidered initials for men and
women values up to lie o
each 10 until 1 oclock OC I
Swiss Embroidered and Hem
stitched Handkerchiefs
value 15c 10 until 1
oclock 1 lOc
125 Baking Dlshci
75c
We have just SO of these heavy
nickel plated Baking or Pad
ding dishes They arc madp
of heavy cold rolled lake cop
per with blue and white
enamelled baking pan cov
ered with a heavy copper
nickel plated rim and heavy V 1
copper nickel plated covers
Large size regular I2S
10 until 1 oclock fjC
Basement
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T U5 Tea I Sets I t
298
We have fast received
more of those fine Aaerku
Thin Porcelain Tea Sets 46
full size perfect pleca18
beautiful decoration each
piece with gold edge RegnUi 4 t
price 475 10 until AT no
1 oclocLl 2 7O
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698 Lamps for 1
398 J
We have selected 35 rdjrfclia j
decorated lamps from our Ira 1
meme stock These have 10
and 11 inch globe to match the
lamps metal bases some pol
ished brassy others bronze
Nirisioll founts centre draught I
burner flrcprootchimneyo
our regular prices are 596
i25 450 and 698 to
morrow 10 until 1 dps nn
oclock oo 398
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High Grade Groceries
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Special for Friday and Saturday I y
HOUR
Illliburyj Z7XX or
Heckers flour per bar
rel 700 per bag of
244 1bitoo 8Bc
IbsCODFISH
CODFISH
Banquet brand Mb
wooden boxes per
box 35c
COFFLt
Fresh roasted granulated
or pulvethcd famoka
an exceptionally good
drinking coffee JIb
for v3c per Ib 20c
TOMATOES I
Whole Tomatoes for fry
ing or slicing Mb can
per dozen 170 canUc
SPINACH
Larly garden Spinach
Garland brand Mb
can per doten 140
can 12a
Visement
BEANS
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Qarland brand plain
or tomato sauce Mbv
c na per dozen JUS I
can joe
CERLALS I I
H 0 Oatmeal or Cream
of Wheat package12e
RICt I
ancy Louisiana Rice
alb cartons 2flc I
Regular iSo
4
TEAS
Imported French Peas
aur extra fin per
can < 20c I
11
MUSHROOMS t I
Hotel Mushrooms per
can i 18c r
LODSTLR I
Ruby brand the best
packedlb cant 20cj
ilbs 2jCi 1 lbIjc S
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