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18 THE EVENING WORLD WEDNESDAY MARCH 31 1909 II
t BRONX VISITOR
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F FOUND HELPLESS
I WnH HC8 RCLL
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Air Schellhanimer Over
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come After Frittering Away
Whole Dollar in Harlem
i CASH IN EVERY POCKET
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r Gets Money Back With Some
Advice in Court and Heads
for Unionporl Again
t Frank Schullliammcr who runi tho
principal general store and also hay
and feed on Main street Inlotiport
which Is In Thp Remote Hi mix about
i two decrees north of the furthest point
I reached by Walter Vollman In any of
r his Infuriated lashes to the 1M made
i tho Ions trek to Harlem yestciday lo
t layin his spring stuck of himes mil
linery souvenir pustcinK cottage or
r gans and hams
He met an old time friend from Inlon
port who hM moved Into the city and
become naturalized and together they
wont down One Hundred and Twenty
I llfth street taking In the live cent mov
c Ins picture shows regardless of expense
I To finish off a day that was replete
r with Incident nnd fraught with pleas
ure as the society writers say they had
fome refreshment ot a pleasing liquid
nature with lather on top of It
0 I I S
4 This represents the ensuing hiatus In
tho memory of Mr Schellhuntner At
H5 oclock this morning Policeman
1oonon found the visitor from
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Union port alOne Hundred and
Twenty fifth street and Third ave
nut trying to reconcile a pair
of flat teet to a round and heaving
irorld Loonan considered It no more
than his duty to take Mr Schcllhnm
mer to the East One Hundred and
Twentysixth street station There the
stranger from afar was found to be
beavily quilted with currency It li no
exaggeration to say that he had money
to every pocket Total 170703
In the Harlem Pollee Court this morn
Ing after a tow lines or admonition by
Magistrate House they handed Mr
t Uchetthammer his bundle tho whole
constituting a roll about the size of a
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can of t ans He suspended caressing
a fevered brow long enough to count It
carefully
Seven hundred and seven dollars and
I eight cents mused Mr Schellhammer I
And I had lets ae01seven hundred
and eight dollars and nine cents after I
I paid my fare I must have frittered
away all of a dollar But shucks It
was worth It
With these words he stowed the roll
r away In a secret recess of his ward
robe and beat It to the high verdure
But among the gentlemanly dips of
East One Hundred and Twentyfifth
treat there was sorrow unutterable
1 ORDfRS HIS BURIAl
I AS SUN GOtS DOWN
t Fixes Own Funeral and Asks
r Comrades to Listen for Echo
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i of Volley Over Grave
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< JHlal to The Esenlnu WorM
CAMDEN N J March 31qen have
built their own coffins arid kept them
tor yeas hut few liaM arraiiKeil su
completely tho plans for their funerals
s3 did Benjamin Kellum who dIed heru
this morning after xufferlng several
t years with roiibumptlon Kvllum was
sixtyone years old formerl Assistant
1 Chief of the tamilen Fire Department
nnd late on the retired 1st lie was a
veteran of the rebellion
A day or lui ago Kellum called his
wife and careful niciIHeil hat lu
wanted done lie iuin d the under
taker and requested that Hev V U
Lake who converted him some month
f ago preach the funeral tonniin lie
f wanted gray and not black crepe on
the door
t Kellum designated the plain fur In
I terment and icuc tctl that he be
lowered Into the grave Jist at sttne
At his i > qUes the cortege is to past
f the fliuhutiau wnere lc FMU and hg
n A H coirailcs arc o sound iap <
r ami then ire a iilpy across th > ga
t He asKed that they lisin for te ei o
which wou d inurn fom a ntaiby
i wood He lnsl tcil that a lIe w joar if
shoes and not sllpivri lie place on hiM
feet The funeral xIII lie hold in < i >
1 find nil th wishes of thu delL u
tr complied with
r AGED MANS THROAT CUT
WIFE BADLY BEATEN
t Police Believe iMurver and Suicide
> Attempted Husband Had
Made Threats
it BUFKAIO March SlJosoph Gabner
used nevcntynlne years mid his wife
p Mary aged ieventyeven yearj were
taken to the Emergency Hospltr early
I f today In a critical condition the farmer
v with his throat cut and the wife In a
t Vadly hattertd condition having been
I licaten with some blunt enpun
S As two policemen were passing the
re hlene of the Cahners they were at
i rr tracteJ hy a womans ecreiniK Thc
t L entered the house and were t ct IIr Mi
LouIsa Brown sister nt Mrs Gltn
who told the ollictra olio hail Ien
aroused by noises fiom her siter
iipartments
The olllctrj broke In the tIter nnd
Inund the old mm In a i iol nf blood
with hIs wIfe hfslde lam llotl wvro
unccnsclous The pnllw found mo
knives and a razor wlioli thr ild man
M hail evidently uiwl on Itlmneir lut they
MUld not flail the wellln a ith which
the woman u nf aultl
Mr Hwwn say Jahnnr had ottrn
threatened in Kill hIs ulfr but no un <
J look till remarks nfrlouily
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I BATTERY DAN
IN TRAINING STUNT
WITH TUB GIANTS1
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MAGISTRATE FINN
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i ANGRY LAWYER I I
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I PUTS JOE lIIt
I ON RACK IN COURI
Ii Aiuoney Seeks to Trap Chi
I cago Plunger but Ques
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tions Are Ruled Out
The crossexamination of Joseph LM
ter In the fourth trial of the suit of
Franklin Scott Co to rotover rt0i
alleged to hnvo been lot on n stock
deal In which tho brokers acted for
I Joseph 11 Hoadloy Joseph Ielter and
Cyrus Field JUdson constituting the
I famous InternatIonal Power Company
pool In 1MI was continued today be
fore Justice Sutherland In the Supremo
I Court by KJmund LuIs Mooney
Is this the statement concerning the
pool tho lawyer asked referring to
documents presented In court
This only n part of It salt Mr
Letter lou know perfectly well that
all tho papers were gotten from me by
fulso representation rou agrcd that If
I I gave up all the papers you would not
make me a codefendant In thl case
My attorneys told me so You know
where the rest of this statement Is
Mooneys Question Ruled Out
Do you mean that you were willing
to turn States evidence to escape
There was nn objection to this ques
tion and It was ruled out as was the
next Vcie you to turn against Hoad
ley
Do you realize that you have not
been asked any question to which thl I
I statement Is an answer I
I do Bald Loiter
Well then how lane hay you
been making up your mind to spit It
out 1 asked Mr Mooney who had cross
examined Letter on throe previous
trials the first one throe years ago
I made up my mind whllo sitting
here
Since you salt > estrrday that you
had never seen Mr Moonej until oii
saw him III Court 1
Mr Foxs objection to this was sus
tained
L lter had testified tnrrnbornllnn of
i Mr I Laid Icy that hi had been present
1 when Andrew MoKlnm brought Mr
Mooney lu the otllco of Hnudlej Jllter
i Judson In 1301 Ielter UHtlfiHd that
after introducing Moomy MiKlnney
had said hi could stop the publication
In the Herald nf irrmln deriigatnry
article and would ci 0 It for n cnnslil
eratlon Letter divlarel that he dtPW
a chock for UV In favor of McKInner
but for Mniu < y whereupon Mr Mooney I
iiinfronteil him with a transcrIpt of hi
tiatlmoii nn the first tat f tills suit
when Letter IlstlMe1 Hint he liad never
stei Muunoy until ho saw him In court
How do you lime to make thIs in I
famous Kntomcnt about > om piipwr
Mr MnmiN afkfd but tItle too nt
allimoil on ihe bjp < mnf Lnlri s
personal con nsl AMKIII itt JUk Hiaril
BATTERY DAN READY
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FOR BJNGHAM bAIj I I I
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I Fit for Anything After Playing
Ball Vith the Giants
I in Texas
I From San Antonio
Tex comes 1 pr
tore and a fcvv kind wonh from B1
I tery Dn Finn The photograph snows
flattery Dan playing ball with the
i Giants In
their Texas trnlnng quarters
I Dan li sixty years old and not no
spry as he usd 10 be when he could
run and kick and bos with any fellow
In sweater and cap he Is going through
healthgiving paces at San Antono Hu
Is coming bad to hs luJial work In
this city within a week and the boys
from the Battery to Fourteenth street
and other places are t ong to five llm
I a great receutlon A part of the festiv
18 will be a tpreil at the Uoadwaj
Central Motel Several pjcal oa
bugs will be neatec at the Lvjrd to he p
i entertaIn
rflnce I have been Ii this gc inun
try writes the Mit lstrate from tho
Batter I hive beer getta ito line
> tiat phy icill > < ti for doln stunts In
Ulaikstone they were unnccecary t
found that I was not ruity on the law
When In fighting shape I popoic to go
after our belveil Pollct Coninalon > r
nlthout IOH when I get bik to New
York I have a few upprrus In tnre
for him so the Conmliwlonfr had letter
I not gut tOt fay OouJ lack to ou all
TRIBESMEN Kill
NOTED SCIENTIST
PHIUrPINfS i
Dr William Jones of Field
Museum of Chicago Slain
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at Diunobato
MANILA March 31ord baa been
received of the murder of Dr William
Jones the noted anthropologist who
was In the field for the Field Museum
of Natural History of Chicago
The murder occurred at Dumobato at
the headquarters of tho Cagnyan River
In Isabella Province No details qf the
attack have been obtainable thus fnr
hut It Is supposed that the scientist
wii set upon and Killed by will tribes
men
letDr
Dr Jones had been In the Philippines
two years investIgating the wild tribes
un the Island and preparing an ex
hautlvc icport of them for the mu
seum
For sever i1 mnntlm he had been study
i Ing t lie IloMKoti living nmong them In
the hills Thu Ooreininent Is preparing
to send a party rum Kchngne the
nearest post to Dumobato to the scene
of the murder to Investigate
BOGUS EXPRESSMAN
STEALSIN NfW WAY
Charles oscovitz Accused of
Driving Off Vith Cases
of Satin Petticoats
riuules Miisiowltz alias the Wop
wa picked up at hli present adilrcs
No 12S Park how todny by Lieu
Burke and taken llrst to headquarters
and frum there to the Centre Street
Police touit uhere Max Sarlln n dealer
In womens garment nt No 4SO Uroome
street accused him of the theft on Feb
Z7 of two care of satin petticoats worth
jroThe
The lleailiiuartera stuff jay this llr
MiiMcowltz tho Wop has been working
an entirely new gamp According to
their versIon of his plan lie would bog
borrow or acquire by other meani a
team and a truck ami In charge thereof
would cruisi around the wholesale dis
trict until he siw a lot of boxes or bales
on a sliltivnll awaiting tie expressman
halting there he would announce to
any who nUht be Interested that he
was an extra man hire by the boss to
help nut In the rush antI to take some
of thee consignments over to the rail
road station
In sonic Instance so the police Fay
he act ua lly KHI tin poitera and ship
ping clerks of an pplablMiment to help
him load the stuff Into his truck Then
ho would ilrlve nIT
It was by this inienloti operation
that Max garlln says he lost his satin
petticoats
MODEL MAIO FLED
JEWELSMISSING 100
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Mrs Hoffman Complaint
Leads to Arrest of Girl
and Three Youths
MM Ilachel Hoffman model serving
maid Marv Lnrrofolo seventeen years
old dlapptared from the Hoffmann
npartinent it No 111 East Ow Hundred
and Twentvfjurtli street last Saturday
Coincidental Mrs Hoffman say Jew
elry and other belongings worth upward
of JlffiO al i vanished
The police arrested young Pniqtiate
Tuscrj alias JeIln Bruno o No 233
Second nvi > ni > on suspicion that tn
I knew soniitmu of HIP mlMlng goods
ffiildPd v a confpslon which he Is
nlkgerl tu 111 aiadf the Harlem de
tect Ivis Uiif t the irrofolo girl whose
nlle Is r Vi C > Eat Twentyfourth
street In cii piny Frank Fracase
of No 13 jji van strwt nnd Thoinn
fafoli illi iid ichieer of No V6
Kast One lliinlred and Eighth Street
Romp of Mr Hoffmans things were
recovered
None of the four Is mor tiiiu eighteen
years old They were all brought to
lleado alters today and then taken to
tJe Hrn m court fur formal arraign
men Ti < tm Magistrate held the
girl for trlii anti committed Tuepro and
Cafola for further nerlrgs on Friday
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SI TO FIGHT POLICEMEN
Viintli A Vim Jut In Triuililf At a
fire Is Iliicil
Frank P nirforl of No I7W Klnm
bridge Il < nd who cot Into trouble
with Iolkomm Iorber of the West
On Hunrt rd nnd T < > nyflftli street
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nation last night nt a lire nt One Hun
dred and Thirtyswonil Street and Old
Drondway wan nrrnl ncil In Harlem
Police Court today IoroiT hail fev
Hal wtlnessei In court to testify thnt
Clltord who Is nlnot > n year old had
tried to force his way tlimuh the lire
lines and had foiiKht with polkpnin
Glforrt nssTti thit Imtrtf struck
1 him a 1 r > Mil I him imcowlnus He
declared that hti could not remember
I ctiythlrK ilxiut tine Itifllnts rrrlted by
fie police wlttUBuri Ipxtlmony WIt
lHiilii to show hint Ilfford IB of a
hlqrly nfruu tpinpinm haq Uf
fereJ foni thi fiYertM in iprituily nnd
Is eubjtt tn jilliptlr atiiick MaRln
It atC lluuic tmil him M whith tic paid
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NEW MOVE IN SCHOOL FIGHT
lUr > pupils from Sol No U
Twentieth Street between Sixth and
Seventh avenues were transferred
lierly yscrday to othr school In
the iuulct This In the mimlnntlon of
tro fraiuid relation bewren parents
e c h il children In School DhtrlctNo
1 inl tre Hoard nf Education over the
I dz i f a new school
The nlutiint associatIon nf Vo ii U l
rrausui for a DUbll brutut
10000 BULLDOG DEAD
Ha realm t r U Awilond Cork
Throw Him by Children
CHICAGO March 31Thl Chicago
Kennel Club announce that the noted
Frinoh bulldog Uarechtl Ney n
owned br Lincoln Bartlett of Chicago
and valued by Its owner at lu000 It
dead Tli dog was a bit feature of the
bench how now being hold by the club
Mr Bartlett says that the animal had
been playing with children who had
thrown corks for It to scamper after
The dog swallowed several of the corks
and died of acute peritonitis In spIts of
the efforts of three doctors to save Its
life
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STRUCK BY TWO CARS
Driver Hurled br One roller In
Front of Another
Robert Kern a driver of No 317j
Seventh street Jersey City was knocked
from his truck In n collision with a trol
ley car at Montgomery and Washington
streets today falling on the opposite
track In the path of another car which
wee moving rapidly
Kern was caught under the tender of
the second car and was being rolled
along the pavement Just ahead of the
wheels when Policeman Howes of tho
City flail station seIzed him by the feet
and pulled him to safety Kern was
taken to Jersey City HospItal suffering I
from bruises and shock
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JAMES McGREERU GO II
23d Street 34th Street I
Ou Thursday April the ist
RUG DEPARTMENTS it Both stores
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9 x 12 ft Wilton Rugs 59 patterns in
Oriental and floral designs 2500 and 3000
I forirur prices 3000 and 3450
9 x 12 ft Body Brussels Rugs A variety
of designs and 1 colors At reduced prices II
2000 and 2500
Complete stock of Linoleum and Mat I
ting
LADIES GLOVES In Both store i
i clasp prix seam English Tan Capeskin
I 100 per pair
I i clasp Mocha Gloves Tan or gray
I 100 per pair
LADIES HOUSE GOWNS In Both stores
Silk Negligee trimmed with lace
1500 and 2100
Silk House GownsFloral or Oriental
patterns 500 750 and 1250
Crepon Kimonos 195 and 205
CORSETS In Both Stores
All Corsets Carefully Fitted
i W B Reduso Corsets with extremely
long back greatly reducing the figure
i 300 and 500
La Vida Corsets New Spring models
with the requisite lines for the prevailing
mode of dress Many models especially de
I signed for welldeveloped figures producing
i the desired long lines 500 to 1250
I French Corsets of Broche Batiste and
Coutil at greatly reduced prices
CHILDRENS HOSIERY ia Both stores
Fancy Socks in new colors and exclu
i sive designs 25C to 250 per pair
200 dozen pairs black Ribbed Cotton
I Stockings Size 6 to 10 inches
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6 pairs for ioo
100 dozen pairs Ribbed Cotton Stock
ings with double knees Gray or white
I I Size 6 to jz J inches 25c per pair
I 1 1
8 9K 35C
LADIES HOSIERY
Gauze weight black Cotton Stockings I
Vithf double heels soles and toes and garter
tops SizeS to 10 inches 25c per pair
value 3k
Gauze Lisle Thread Stockings with
spliced seams or garter spliced tops Tan
and brown 30C per pair
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JAMES McCREERY S GO
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23d Street 34th Street
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SORQSr
The Best Shoe
Spring and Summer models in Boots
Oxfords Gibson Ties and Pumps
350 and 400
Made of Tan Kid and Calf Dull Kid
Patent Leather and White CanvAs
Sorosis Shoes for Boys and Girls well
made and constructed on correct Orthopaedic
lines i
250 tc 350 I
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JAMES McGREERUCO I
23rd Street 34th Street
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Visit Our Department of
NO MAIL tiFTCLHHOire OKOERS II olD V IiR Yu D GOODS
In NEW YORKS FASTEST GROWING STORE Trimmed
r TU 1 N D E nG AND nn Millinery virnnl fmor Our lint of
IJ I I 1 C 0 out rn i ii nmi I ii MI the HATS loveliest nra with ana J J
mom piikiiiK In town Tit
IIIOST IIIIKIIIJ trimmed of feels on
WEST TH
I aT M Iiiij T hllo uptodate utiii be com I
SATIjjFACTION GUARANTEED OH HONtV PHOMPTLY RIIUftDID Ins y turned nrd bent finished
nilh gnuffiil lines and cx
Visit on tht 8lh Floor Our SCoune jTOA I foi Iunilp whit tllll others 500 i
I Our RESTAURANT A Table M dllote to 230 P Dinner M tt Served or 11 or 30cfoi tv Js to Mil
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New Yorks Greatest I
riti1 a Suit Bargains H
liii Two items presenting two priceseach one a POSITIVE SENSATION
in itself every innenl a strictly uptothemiiuile style perfectly tailored a
REAL BARGAIN
500 Suits 1500 Values at 998 Alterations Free Perfect Fit Guaranteed I
aulifull s Iatunus striped worsted
UiMutifully tailored suits nude from strictly allwool s res
I fancy sultinis or broadcloths Either 2 or 3 piece models Jackets are 30 to 42 Inch
I lengths straight front hipless models or 3bulton cutaway stvles notch collars of ben
I J h pline or self material large envelope pockets stunningly
finished with bengallne ami buttons Jackets ire lined
I I I t 1 throughout with guaranteed silk or satin swell model 998
I Ji skirts close fitting full Hare finished with buttons ill
I sizes for small or large women in all the leading Spring
1 shades Sale price
I i Sample Suits worth 25 at 1498 Alterations Free
1IIUlna hat dttnished wor
or I piece 1111 In lrenllh gfI striped afrgo lIlIflln I II 1JUrul prllen
fuwts lie 7 li nnod Is ctnilt
I totts HhrpherJ chetk allo 1dS anlhUtt I1ti ciusettttitig fuU
T li drel Hl1Iplr bo < alltlrullr Irlmrnt1 11th 1rlol ant hi j d 1 1 elolun braid
i UI liar skIrt The jackete aN plain tn ilcl ci t n1 tutu liY
dl 01 silk 1JrLII tlilllllltJ to mhh these AII
l uHAXTl > UT HIIh
I 1 TIlHOfUUUlT WITH 14 9 8
I Iolurs are iitHi smoke taupe i opt iilia in na SS ° istall
I I tfnX1 prncHk or tick 5 fs 2 i < I N II stiLt worth II G
I t in J0ui Tu inoirow at
SeectAl Attractions in Silk Dresses Lingerie DresStS r aria High Grade Costumes ur
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Another Remarkable Sale of
Misses Suits
Also Juniors sizesthe best suit
i1 value this store has ever sent out
L Made from plain or stripe suiting with notch t iar
II handsome ly trimmed with silk liemalie oat is Cl
4 inch model tailor strapped double or sngle brea
C lined throughout and finished
with new pockets skirt is new
0 Hare panel front shown in blue 5 9 8
brown red and green sizes 12 to
r1 tS > ears Sale price Thursday
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Ii kI Girls DaintyOJga Butterfly Dresses
I a t On Sale ToMorrow 9 A Mtol P M Only
ittorllv Jumper or Inch neck s rh made fiom
i gotci imnlltv butchers linen in ugit hur
t C pink UIl white IJlitlH or tan with Duih neck 111111
St 1 f pipeo huxtleale1 mst klmimn
Meets fano belt and pleatrd skirl ItU1
F9
1eisinn Uiwn or i
55 z Ki wtite
II cars S vuut i 5
jtars
i t > ur tll 7
urossesi 3 A II C
inoiinvv i limit Qj
lhl > Iull tlio i 1 P M
25BrassBeds
j fjff intb continuous potts mal
liii Il II II Il W 01 1 Vae25 Special 14 Q 8
I It r y ill
cj l Box Seal
oW t t IiiJ1T
ccr I I9 1 Chairs
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4 l j I j Solid niL
11 iL L
d 1 i1 S i I Ii hx raihte
t 1 I I
1I sJ Lalie set
< d
V re nrice
I r h1 I
1 1498 S2 1 il
t r d 1 111 1 lUl1i fJla
TIn China Closets Il r
I jits Quartered oak iltbt
f Sj proof doors French
This
Thisfl0 J
I jwjj l highly polished j Jyo 1f
Scrtifcrf 1 r il va ue n r f
rr = ftl > at 950 I I
Con inu Post Steel Beds I II
A remarkable value all 2j f ff fi I
sizes toimer price 6 3 VJJ 8 114 D
spec tomorrow only 12 o 11
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Iii r t 4 Great
D r t 11 Bargains
2t 1For Thursday
Smiths9xliGallwool Brussels Rugs at jte rt
150 allwo it Brussels Hues size tx t 16 shown in beautiful lO
parlor effects proiluct of the famous Smith mills regularly
sold for l5O tomorrow at or
1350 American Smyrna Rugs 9x12 ft at
Genuine American Sni > rna KUKSJ size 0x12 ftj the exact
colors and designs found in the genuine Oriental Smyr c 1 i
nas every rug revcrsibl1 and guaranteed perfect regu 7 98
I larly M350 tomorrow at
1000 Reversible Brussels Rugs at
Reversible Urussels KURS size 9lt2 shown in 13 exqui 5 90
sitely beautiful patterns Hugs that sell regularly here and U
at other stores at J10 your choice at I
12 Jap Matting 798 Per 40 yd Roll
Each roll contains 10 full yards Choice of beautiful large carpet designs in
red green blue or brown handsome duplex and patent edges
GUARANTEED the best quality Japanese Matting ever placed
upon the market or double tomorrows sale price Values 7 9 8
to 512 I
Great Sale of Genuine 2yard Wide
I Inlaid r
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ij he most wonderful AIfB OIV1XO iiovvn in n genuine
r 4 Inlnlil ImnlPinn over Known In
to tI merlea ltn lhin von eser 4
I Of l liiid liforo llnndtama 110
1 A 1 i 1 nnd granIte piKurrn lull 1
t r yardi ttliln rolnn mend c1 ir sq
I liroiiKh in hick MIHOIrT
I iv riiiFitT < l00IIhr1ll11 C
i your inennurtmentt II s
rjunlllv ai
r KVdllMI UOIIH OIICIOTII Hlf COIIK llNOIKI U Sliown In the nov
A bIll value four fgl jfa ffilnx itylti In a
new Fail ilcilgmi In 3J L Ian variety or pat fl 1
ti and VI wldthil 19 itrn i 2 yards widet 372C
regularly 3ic rait CI north 75c special tr 2
price SI yd l1U8 yard
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Buy One of These
Raincoats
Theyre dressy r
keen out the
cold and keep
you perfectly qis
dryand they 1 a
arc a bargain at liit 7
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4898
Mail < nf uutrr
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hliuiin In him I lb
lull uluc MI
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I Ills Italnniul ttlfOi
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Easter Suits
for Boys I I
A remarkable 1
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suit offer in
cluding two rf wr f > I
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pair of pants fiiffifpMj
wtii c ch su I < j 7
offer The VlSS ilVV S
Driest value r1 1
in Greater 4 gtf
New York A iP
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sir n I r IV j 1 Als
I I I n I 1 r u > 1 98
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Sale of
Curtain Swiss
5k I v vil cif Curtnlii SIMS 0 luchei
i id In sd 1 Hal Iill t HI
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Lace Curtains I
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pit jimllti net with rent lace
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riindtiiailc corners In both
white and Arab
colors full
length and 1 98
width worth 1
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