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The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, February 15, 1906, Final Results Edition, Image 4

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Th flt of on overcoat was offered as
fIiiief at guilt in Judge Cowing port
ftte leneral Bostons Court tqrday at
kl ot Gftorffo DardhaaB An en
living at No IGSOonselyea street
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wteo la oarred with tho
tot a motor cycle from the gnroga
n H Pardon at No 117 Eaat
HttoJrod and Twentyfirst street
In waay features the trial Is or sing
s Intarett Dardaltnoj la a member
J tile congregation the Bedford
flue Baptist Cfrurcb an ember ot
fi16 r Stone Lodge o 367 and a memo i
bof tae Brooklyn Republican County
the He was accompanied to
Ut by his wife his emjdojror Ed
1i f5 rd Butter a poultry dealer ot No
> i 1 Hudson street and a gasea ot his
bora all witnesses of fats bleb
and integrity
bc4og ho complainant declares tat
Mtay Nor S the defendant re
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tJ yc to an advertisement cam to
ih Wage to Inspect a motorcycle of
JfK 4 fer sale Tie prospective pur
obtalBtd permission to try the
Iie stripped off his tancol
f za4 CTorooit And steamed out of the
and vanished up the street
t The Coat on Trial
No one ever came bade < or tbe over
Un which the only mark ot identlfl
waa a linen barge bearioc the
Jlearst and Coler Volunteer
at the automobile show kit
iI1I Pardon ran across Dardalma
henflflcd him as the man who bad
dIeajeered Yi1H1 > ls motor oycl Call
r xpoltoemaia ho had the engleer
under arrest an IndJotment fol
vS4 the case rot to trial today
a jury had been impanelled
at DkvrtcffAttoTTWV Mnr tiill
the People dnclllnjt oa the
ld r of tha overcoat
fcT will prove said Mr Marshall
t this a Ole defendanifa coaLS
1 think not Jntcrpo ed Abraham
vy Counsel for Dardalmas You
are made a mistake there
There Is no mistake olxmt It re
Tilnod tho Assistant J3l3trictAttorney
1Ifyour client Isnt guilty Jet him
ary Oft UJIUI coot 1ft It doea not tit
Sum WB will let Jilra go
Tu take yotf up crltd Mr Levy
after consulting With his client
iltJG defendant stood up nnd Mr Mir
iwL1 iielp d him on with the coat pat
rdtJVn the collar WIlt tha JtSIUN of
t1or
1 think Its a bully nit mid the
prosecutor
i TheJudge No Judge
1Phde uiotlt tIbIut IJt t11Ued tb
1IJih 1 Is too LIght Wbv Uthe
entllUtttretcbe In Ih1t cent h WQuid
I T3K I aopeol to ttio jury ir its Inv
IJwor No 7 got up and naked Did
have that coat made to order or
rlt ready made
file didnt buy it at all returned Mr
evyl lit Is oof his coat
p I thInk We d pretty good flt urged
orot Nb 7
n f alL retorted Juror1
f4ni at the collar spoke up
folfuun
e foreman
a Itaettles on the shoulders smooth
OLtOu in oJitaed In Juror Nc 3
little too short Jn the arms gag
fobtad No 4 Judge C ° < nff Intervetiea
it this Juncture and said
There seems to be too much diversity
wt oclnJon about toe at pf tint coat
Bentlamenr so 1 think timt wo had bat
If go ahead an J take evidence
nierfiinon tho trial proceeded
Mr Pardon took the stand and told
ibqut the vanishing or his motorcycle
ie was very 1fos tIe In bis Identltl a
lion of the nrlsintf Georso p stlmltz
flio 109 Ji Jt One Hundred and
4th street a plumber who aS
l2e ian1IN when the rn torcyclo vraa
I n Solen AIO IdentlOed > the defendant
J aNAPOSp4 ure he Is the man asked
eg lle
swrej the plumber 1
l lenll3 htTt without KBUHT IU3 I
Fvf oars tIck out 40 far Id give
4 thc liello 6t Anv time
Abqtber friend of Mr pardons
iG Lyn woe not As eure Jn
lu ICcufloti Ha toM jiVuut a visit
i pftvj to the Dardulmas home In
ooklyn when he searched the houie
I th Mm PaMalmfiss peHnlssIon le I
nd no t eoC tho motorcyjt
jgh there was a quantity of nujh
iry In the ba k varJ
FINAL CHAPTER INJury
TEACUP ROMANCE
Jury Will Decide Whether
Jap Valet Legallyl Mar
ried Jennie Coakley
The ooooJuuiing diopter of the Tea
CUD Romance of Jems Coakley and
John Soasa Is being written today bo
fore usJtlco Ixjveotrltt and a Jury Mrs
Coaldey or Mrs Basso Is iWng for a
absolute divorce with sufQdent alimony
to support ber and her four little chil
dren
drenMrs
Mrs Basso who was an Irish girl
when she met John Sajsa the doi > > r
little Japanese valet to the Four Hun
dred and they wont through what he i
said was the Japanese marriage cere
mony over a teacup That was March
a IBS
Sho held a tubncaed blackeyed
baby Catherine in her lap today and
Ruth aged six cat with her brother
John Just e year younger in a rear
seat with one of the many charitable
women who have Interested themselves
In the family le other child Willie
twonty even month old Is at horn
struggling for bis life ecaltut mem
brane ua croup I
< We do not ask for in adjournment
though this unhappy mother should be
beside her sick cWld explained former
lA alstant Corporation Counsel Qusta
VIlIIA Rogers because Mr Justice
Stover denldJ alimony to tier < m the
ground that ntr marriage was disputed
andel1o needs to money
This turned attention to John Basso
whO Is thirtyfive years old and wbo
sat with his new wife EllzaJ > thi Acker
son wbo at the ago of sixteen bo mar
J1ed Jut June
r8ona5i defense U that Jennie already
bad a husband in JoCm Ooakley when
the teacup romance began and when
Dr JuUan Bennett attended her on the
olrth at little RuKi bo filed a certificate
of the brth of Ruth Ooakjay
John CooMey died In the Long Island
OolIeSft Hospital Dec 29 f1ataa CIar
enceR Freeman and a clerk went to
take its antemortem statement about
hits tnarrfaso to Jennie
Tlife foren r marriage la not denied
but It Is claimed for She toaoup bride I
that ffse had not seen or heard from her
former husband inseven years and that
the marriage Z3 Sassa was valid
F W SEWARD HIT BY MOTOR
Frederick W Seward who was Third
Assistant Secretary of State under
President Onrflelfl Is suffering In his
apartments In the Dvrimorc No 230
West Fortyaecond street today from
Injuries ho received at Portrsecond
street and Broadwaylast night by being
run dwn by un automobile
Ho was alighting from a cor when
the motor struck him the wheels pasa
lug over nu lees lie was badly
bruised about the body and cut on the
head Mr Seward refused to make a
complaint against the chauffeur He
was treated in a near by hotel and
taken to his home Mr Soward Is
evenly yearn old
MAYDA HAS TALK 1 I
WITHWOOOBUAY
Gets His Explanation of Dirty
Streets but Declines to Dis
cuss Them with Reporters
Mayor McClellan recovered eo quickly
from his attack of tho grip that he
was at hla des9c In the CJftr Kail this
morning At his usual time
Within tea minutes after that Street
Cleaning Commissioner Woodbury was
on his way to the City lieU to do some i
more explaining about the unclean con
dition of the streets He was closeted 1
with the Mayor for more than an hour
I and then went away wtth a happier ex
pression than he wore yesterdaey
When the Mayor was Questioned he
said there was nothing unusual In the
visitOld
Old he ezDlaln why he had not
cleaned the streets
Now you are assuming that the
streets are not clean the Mayor rs
plied with a smile
It was explained that the Mayor him
self had been QUO tod as saying that
they were dirty and further he was
informed photographs have been taken
of the streets In various sections at the
city showing them to be In a filthy
condition and the camera as a rule
does not lie
1 do not know so much about that
thQ Mayor retorted Then he laughed
But Jie refused to make any comment
on the streets
In spite of the Mayofo reticence it Is
still the belief around City Hall that
Commissioner Woodbury will BO
To Aldermantc committee appointed to
Investigate his department will start In
tomorrow Enough may be shown to
give the Mayor the opportunity he Is
seeking
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FIRE ENGINE IN WRECK
Several firemen narrowly escaped In
Jury this afternoon while datdliiff to
a Ore on One Hundred and Sixteenth
street between Fifth and Madison
avenues The men were aboard their
Ore engine going at too speed through
One Hundred and Seventeenth street
when Aae of the rear wheels of the
machine slipped oft In a moment men
and engine went down In a itaneled
metal wreck Fortunately however
no one was badly hurt
DYEING IS SIEPE
One 10 cent pcl eiOf Diamond Dyes
coiors from one to uz pounds of wool
ortlUc fabric or ono or more pounds of
cotton or mIxed good according to
shade Thousands ot women are tar
ing dyers prices and reanrlnc the life
of their clothes without dancer of
crocldnc or fadlnc
Diamond Dyes
wni dye anything any color sndan as
YOursm
clay to tae as soap Satisfy yourself
ot this fact by reading WDU other
women say In the famous Diamond
Ore Annual This book together with
the Direction nook and iS samples of
drrd clotb wul be sent tne to your
addrcu Write to
pAMoNu DYFS flerl1noiyt
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OLD CROW
RYE
i Bottled Only by Us
is Never Sold in Bulk
The Highest Quality
IThLDCRO LDO
of
13 RYE WHISKEY is
SOLD WHERE
r H B KIRK CO New York B
Pt Distillery FRANKFORT Ky
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Store Cpen 30 A M Closes 6 P WI
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forded Woven Ginghams Fast Colors
1 I fi 40000 Yards of the Newest Patterns lOc a Yard
til j Qta mill in America f i will take an order for any of these Ging
1 for this seasons selling
x T it
x Jhe demand has been so great that the looms cannot weave them fast enough There is a large
rgtyctTrinjj here the result of orders placed nearly a year ago of the most desirable patterns in
jcnecky plaids stripes and all the best plain colors lOc a yard floor
IiI U ln flo West Dulldl1v
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Mail and Telephone Orders Will Be Filled i
LJnceda Biscuit Uneeda Milk Zu Zu Snap II 1
J > 4 All at 45c a Dozen Boxes I
1 One of the interesting items in Brooklyns Best Grocery Store for tomorrow Friday is a most Jj i
7i important day in the Grocery Storeand the same might be said of Monday Tuesday Wednesday i i
Thursday and Saturday It is well to watch every announcement because these are economies on j i
dependable pure foods If you cannot come dow yourself telephone AU mail and telephone i
orders are now filled in our grocery Ii j
Mont uk Chop Tea I Priscilla Brand Flour Delicatessen Items
Bute and free from dust Mixed For I Nothing better at price Nothing Jrpm the Delicatessen Store
any regular
tmtmOolong English Breakfast Cey It prices delivered
ii T lon I pan fired Japan Young Hyson or p r bbl J600 bbl 315 for Small White Onion 18c pint 33c
I Gunpowder pound cartons regularly this salepa bbL56 ½ bbl Extra quart fancy Queen Olives 31c a pint I
i lit at 47c special for this sale at 295 and 46c a quart
i < 37c Mb oddiei 175 10lb Manzanilla Olives fluffed with Spanish I
csddtes 4340 Pettijohns Breakfast Food for this ale peppers in jars Z8c i pint 43c
quart
C Puritan Brand Coffee lOc pkg V1llegar Pickles1Oc a dozen
Smoked BukhnJ 20c poand
v Roasted in the bean granulated or pnl Malt Breakfast Food forlhlssaleIZe Smoked Eelji 28c a pound
> f vtl iied for tills special tale per 1ib
carton 16c SIb carton in the bean vyofSIIct for this sale I3c Smoked Halibut CliutiVs23c a pound
NotScotia Salmon65c pound
eely 75c TJiIrd floor Wf et Isuilejiw Columbia I irer Salmon35c a pound
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MA HPBT CREDIT
AS UFINANCIER
Doctoi Sued for Borrowed
100000 Resents Suggestion
He Invested Unwisely
Dr John P Munn of No 18 West
FtltyolglvUi street famous as the
physician to the late Jay Gould and to
Kuwait Sage objected strongly to box
Ing Ii parndod n the legal papers In a
suit to recover for him and Qeora EL
Flsbcj on a promissory noto for 100000
that he bll4 borrowed the money to put
into the now blited xrietUliMits Trust
Company Frank D Allan today naked
Justice Blanchard to strike this state
mont out of the complaint of the Cltl
zone Central National Bank of New
York
I The complaint says that on Nov 27
1901 Mann an 1 Vlan borrowed flOOOOO
from the Central Nation Dank for the
puxpote < xf paying for ZOO abluu of the
capital took ot the Merchant Trust
Oomj ny And care their joint note for
1M000 payable on demand The Cen
tral Bank slm td the not to the Oitt
cans Central which rues
In Dr Muting behalf Mr Allen asked
Justice BUnchard to strike out the ref
erences to the Usp to Whtoh the 5100000
wu put He said
It U wholly tnunaterlal If cold loan
Vae made for what putixwo It was
mAd cr In what manner the croceeds
vena apallfd or used and the only pur
POlIO that It can servo In this complaints
la to attempt to discredit the dpfndant
Munn as wider of stock In a detunct
and Insolvent oon > orutlon
Judpe niancSiord denied the motion
MAJESTIC COMING TO FORT
The steamer Majestic from Liverpool
and Queenatown was south of Fire
lalalld at 123 A M today She was
due at her oler at 830 oclock
WITH nhfSS FIRE
SHE RAN TO STREET
Mrs Camille Vizzelo Was
F tally Burned Before the
1 Blaze Was Put Out
MrL Cntnltle Vlzzeto a young woman
looking forward to motherhood In a
tow weeks woe fatally burned today
wfcll cooking her huftbanda dinner In
their home at No SOG Tl mont avenue
tile Bronx
cinder popped out of the stove upon
the hem ot the young tvomana wrapper
which buratjlnto flame ahe tmmeaiatpry
iosT h rlh Saard > instead of BttempUns
to beat out the flM Van Bcreamlne from
the house inio the street
policeman coleman and Donohue were
neoarby at thee Um and saw the worn
an with clothing ablaze rushing about
In a circle Colemah sprang to her
stripped off his overcoat and wrapped
It about her at the same tAme beating
oUt the blate that waa consuming her
hair telephoned for on am
balance
Surgeon Taft who rushed the woman
to the hospital said that she had In
haled flame ana would probably survive
only a few hours Her husband when
ho learned of the fatal aooidont to his
wife and their unborn child becamo
temporarily deranged with grief and
had to bo restrained
RHEUMATISM
eJ have been a mtttomr from Rheumatism
5cr pxv than iig inoraM I could not rui3
toy dIoU to my heed o nut fb be
hind me to oven lake Mr my turn shirt lie
I fore I bad finished threffourth ot a hpttl
of nodwulrf Iloadv Relief Iooukl UIli1 rnr
i anna lu well IlIA nr Toun truly W O
BAKBIl 830 JUUa St New Orleans
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nAUWlAY R1IADY nELtP1l It ft rlo
curs for IOOZV lalnSpaln Ihil3e pain In
the DcxCliett and Umb Sold by DrugglitL
r = T0 MEN WHO KNOW
I WEBER HEILBRONER
I Announce the Arrival of
1 MANHATTAN Negligee SHIRTS
I for Spring and Summer
1 AT ALL FOUR STORES
I 150 Nassau St 58 Nassau St 369 Broadway 757 Broadway
at Spruce St at Maiden Lane at Franklin St at Eighth St
LWEBER HEILBRONER
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Store Opcns II Store Closes
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at at
8 A M SISOPM
I In every detail the Leading Retail Establishment of Brooklyn I
Mens 75c Shirts 39ci
I Stiff Bosom Coat Style
ONE OF THE BEST SALES WE EVER HELDthe only underprice offering of stiff bosom fancy
Coat Shirts that has been made hereabout in months
They are made of excellent percales in the seasons newest black and white and blue and
white striped and figured effects well made and perfectly laundered a pair of separate cuffs with each shirt
50c Lisle Elastic Suspenders at 25c
They arc ail strongly and well made of fine webbings and come in a variety of colors finished with glove but
ton castoff and unbAeakabie Japanese leather ends
> I i mr Main Floor Elm Alice Non Sent C O D
Here Are Great Lace Values Dress Ginghams 5c
IOCQU1S1TE REAL LACES and the finest of 0 A BIT OF SPECIAL GOOD FORTUNE
K machine made Laces for less than they cost AA which came because the assortment of styles
to produce It Is a bit of luck to be sure Is somewhat broken arid the importer want
we cant make such offers very often So it is wise ed the room for other goods
to share promptly Stripes checks and plaids in navy oxblood pink and
light blue Everybody knows how remarkable they are for
125 to 3 Real Lace Galloons at 98c the money
Ablin No mall or telephone orders and none sent C OD
Real Arabian lace Galloons In the real color and white
B ea nd Fiaor Kim Placa
applique effects
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225 to 6 Real Laces at 149 to 298 79c1i Tussah 27Inch Silk
Real Lierre and Applique Laces 6 to 16 inches wide in
white and cream Pongee at 55c
15c to J49 Venetian Galloons at Scto 69c FIFTEEN HUNDRED YARDS of this hand
Machinemade Galloons in butter white and Arabian L some material in all the standard shades as
colors applique and medallion effects well as many of the new tints This Tussah
49c to 149 Valenciennes Laces at 25c Silk Pongee makes very beautiful gowns and is one
to 59c a Dozen Yards of the leading Silks for the coming season A bar
Machinemade Valenciennes Laces in French and round gain at 55c a yard
mesh Laces and Insertions to match others in odd widths 85c White 36Inch Habutai Silk a
c suie aaauia1 sa at 59c
5c to 25c Laces at 2c to J2c One thousand yards of a splendid white washable Habu
Machinemade Normandie Point de Paris and Torchon tar Silk which because of slight Imperfections we are able
Laces and Insertions to offer at this low price yard wide
Main Floor Nona Sent C O D Main Floor Bond Street
Household Utilities Bargains
CTTHE BIG HELPFUL FEBRUARY SALE of housefurnishlngs in the great Basement Store goes Steadily
J on We have gathered for it immense quantities of highgrade Utilities We have made the prices
represent very real savings Here are instances list worth reading
Manning Bowman Tea and Miscellaneous Lalance Grosjcans Gray
Coffee Pot Half Jardiniere Stands hardwood natural Enamel Ware
or Nearly finish regularly 48c at 39c Tea Pots
The bodies are seamless ivory enamel Medicine Cabinets hardwood golden 2 qt regularly 35c at 24C
In olive turquoise and chocolate tints oak finish regularly 225 atJplOB 3 qt regularly 39c at 88c
with quadruple coated white procelaln Femo Gas Heaters regularly Soc at Coffee rots
linings The Pots are finished with 15c 1 qt regularly 29c at 19c
heavy few are nickelplated not perfect trimmings though most A mak very Whisk Brooms regularly lOc at 7c 2 qf regularly 3Sc aU24c
atiSc 3 qt regularly 39c ffliu 28C
ers would call them so But the ma Whisk Brooms regularly 25c at
jority are absolutely perfect and they Kitchen Tables hardwood frame and Lipped Preserving JCBSJJsj
are the best Coffee and Tea pots ever legs regularly 1105at 80c 8 qt Preservf1DlUes
sold for the money we believe Coat Hangers correct shapes natural to qt regularly 48c j ar SBc
69c regularly up to SI75 finished hardwood regularly 5cat 12 qt regularly 59c at 30c
98c regularly up to 2 6 for V TfiOc Wash Basins regularly iSc at Oc
169 rezularly up to 348 Ketti rii k Wed Douche Pans regularly 98c at60c
5169 to 4 Tea Kettles nickel plated oa copper
SI98regularlyupto4 WOc
regularly 98c at 80c Sundries
Japanned Tinware Crumb Trays and Brushes nickel Stlejco Scouring Soap 0 cakes for lOc
Flour bins with hinged coven plated regularly 39C at 8p c Electro Silicon quantity limitedBe
25lb size regularly 69c at 48c Knife and Fork Bpzes hardwood ex X Ray Stove Polish 3 for 10C
50lb size regularly 89c at OOc tra well made regularly 69 at48c
Japanned Coal Hods Lunch Boxes > folding Scotch plaid Black satin Stove Polish regularly
16In size regularly 23c at 17e finish regularly iScat 10c 2Sc eachja for r 85c
17in size regularly 25c at We lsrl Prescotts liquid Enarnellne Be
Cuspidors nickel plaied regularly
Brad Boxes neatly stencilled 39c at 25c Prescotts Cnaroellne Paste 3c and Be
No No 2 3 regularly regularly 48c 69c a 48 35o = Floor Drootgs long full hair with Dixons Stove PolishM tie
Kreamer Bread Boxes extra heavy finished backs regnbrly JtS at 70c tJIsbs 3B Shoe Polish Be
No 1 regularly 74c at oOc Cutting Tables folding70C to205 Ediths Sliver Polish BBcand ° 0c
No2 regularly 92c at 70c Card Tables fokjlng polished tops Greens Mineral Paste13c and oeD
245
13B to
Door Mats Meyers Rutz Metal P lih regularly
Card Tables folding feltcovered ISt at 10c
distil fibre Door AUts89c to 208 t 185 to 075 f
J
tops
Extra brush Cocoa Door Mats bl idi ea1be Putz Cream Metal Polish 14c S7c
9110 to 300 Card Tables folding t leatherette 270 to tops 375 Loeser1 SllVer Polish 22c
Inserted fibre fancy Imported Door I GrenneHs FurnihtrtPOllshWc
Mats 210 to 308
Plain woo border Cocoa Mats Scrap Baskets Liquid vene rutnuro II h regu
130 to 438 I Assorted designs In fancy weaves larly Soc at > ik3Bc
Fancy wool border Cocoa Mats and bright colors at a third to half crine Furniture P ltsblOc
100 to pIS I below regular Plapol Piano polish 85c
Value to 69cat 30c
9100 Rubber Door Mafu00o ie up jo Mule Team Borax H lb ISc
Made of in Value up to 93c at 7c IK
good rubber assorted lb JJJ lOc
patterns size 18x30 None sent I Value up toISO at 0 1 08c < Old Dtitch Cleanserv lOc
C O D
Value up iff t9S at c BaSement
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Mission Eurniturer
Two Car Loads Just Received from Grand Rapids i
The very latest designs in Arts and Crafts Furnittfre are
shown in this collection which includes Chairs Rockers
Tables Settees Easy Chairs Couches Sideboards Side
Tables China Closets etc etc
Itesular Special Mission iRocWrs I
Mission Rockers 650 525
like cut a
Mission Rockers 700 550 m a del n j
Mission Rockers 875 600 weathered
Mission xkers1200 850 oak with I I
leather seat
Mission Chairs2875 2100
Sale price
Mission Settees 2075 1500
550 I
Mission Tables 450 350 I
Regular
Mission Tables 650 450
price 700
Anglo Turkish Rug 9x12
t Special ToMorrow at 5000
These Rugs are exceptionally handsome being the equal In I
designs and colorings to the finest productions of the I
Orient For service they cannot bo equalled cn flA
Special price tomorrow Friday DUUU
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Upholstery Specials J
for Friday Feb 16 1
5Piece Suit of Slip Covers for 500 1
5plece suit of Slip Covers cut made and bound using twenty t
yards best quality llnene twelve exceptionally good
stripes to select from Special tomorrow at 500
I
Screens Table Ofl Cloth
Threepane sllkollne One and onequarter yds i
I wide Table Oil Cloth In
filled screens frames of a
oak imitation mahogany J69c an excellent assortment 12k t
and white enamel J of designs Special per j
yard
Regular price f 100 i
Regular price 21 c
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Housefurnishings and China r
Splendid Bargains for Friday and Saturday
Basement
Coal Scuttles Extra heavy Gal Door thDupltz FIbre Door
vantzS Iron Coal Mats extra quality
Scuttles good size Regular 1Sc wear like Iron sizes as follows i
price 39c Special at a while they lasts
Garbage Cans Gllvanlzd iron 16x27 18x30 20x33
a Garbage Cans Regular f7S 225 S27S
with er Regular tightfitting price sanitary 49C Special COy Special 88C 113 138
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29c I
atCard Bird and Cage Complete
Card TablcsGreen BIzecover l
ed Card Tables for 325
folding legs capped corners take
up little room Regular price J 75 We offer a shipment of Hartz
225 Special at
ountain Canariesevuy one
Coffee MIsThe jewel Coffee every
a singer and carefully selected
I Mill has glass top
to hold one pound of coffee steel for us
cutter and not the cheap kind rn
Regular price 65c Special at 3 CAsh t Canary Bird I
1 Brass Cage
Cans Galvanized Iron Ash
Ash > 2 Feed Cups
Cans extra heavy
Bath
double bottom hickory slats to t
protect the can side handles 1 Book on Birds f
Regular price J193 Special t Cage Spring 325
for No 7 size f w t Cage Kook I
t package Best Seed
Bissell Carpet Sweepers t Gravel 1 t
The Crown Jewel warranted a l Cuttle Fish I
firstclass Sweeper In every respect t Holder
Regular price 225 Special n Complete outfit for I
at > SU Our regular price 475 I
Dinner Ware I i
Maddocks English Porcelainthe Ware That Wears
100pIece composition very neatly decorated In assorted patterns and 1
every piece gold lined These sets are frpm our open stock and parts
that are broken be at time I
can replaced
any Special price < A Cf
Friday and Saturday J 4 i 3U
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Regular price t95o
100 pieces of very FINE AMERICAN PORCELAINneat floral decora
tlons Includes soup tureen and large meat dishes every < n nn
piece traced with gold Special price Friday and Saturday > U UU I I
Regular price 1493 i
FINE FRENCH CHINA DINNER SETS too pieces to the set Including
large soup tureen and large meat platters neat floral decorations dif I
ferent designs Including gold effect Special price Friday i A J
22 50
and Saturday ZZDU t I
p Regular price 3000 I
Tea Sets Ice Cream Sets I t
56 pieces Fine Austrian China In CutOluslc I
Imitation Cut Glass IceCream
eluding every piece for a full ten
spread neatly decorated and Sets1 Including six plates and one n J I
touched with gold Special a large cream dish Special OQ
price Friday sid Saturday 4 75 price Friday and Saturday O7C 1
Regular price 650 and 700 Regular price 6oc i
See the Demonstration of the FOUR UNIVERSAL <
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CHOCOLATE PEAS llottInBSQa i cakes
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