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SAY SHIP'S CREW
Photograph Identified on Cin
cinnati as Resembling Girl
Who Sailed t Genoa.
LEFT HOBOKEN JAN. 5.
Stewardess Believes Young
Woman Listed as Miss Jones
Was Missing Girl.
Th (hrtrv thai M Dorothy Am l 14,
thl mining aoclaty girl, llrl to Inly
Within twi weeks rnlloartng hit il'sip
paaranre (mined ground to-diy t r tl
atorlr tolil by mMnbvrl of the cnw of
thl Ihenmlng Hamburg-A m lean liner
Clhrinimtl from ilmon ind MeOlter.
A ilcwarilen and tW'i dr k ita irdl
ware rrua mably certain thai I pi luri
of Mlaa Arnold which an Evenlnl
U'orld reiMiter ah 'cl to tlim nil t!n
hlrltira of a young woman who la I
on the ahlp from New York on .Inn.
b for llenoa. Another atrwanleaa
and three more itawarda ware leu . r
tain 'n tlie'r i.tenttflrntion r
naaa. On the other h ind, the puraer
and the chter atewu .1 h t m i i: . .
no peraon .loaweflnf in inv rlnae h
part to Mill Arnold'i daa rlptlbn bad
baan IllclUdad am..tiK the paaiangai a
Did Not Sail ai Mill Brown.
The report that Mlaa Arnold, wiio
vanlahed on P" mi'ht have shiI.iI
on the Cln gained circulation
iever.il .1 n) aa a reanlt Hi"
ahlp, ai aoo . .-.. got within the zone
of wlreleaa i immunisation from tlila
ihore, ua bombarded with mo ifei
.from new ajiiiiitr'. and indu i.Jn.ila. Hut
no one aboard had an opportunity to
aa a photograph of Mill Arnold until
th nenapapt-r men met ut Quar
There had been one itory to the af
fact that a Mlaa Marjory Brown of a
uppoaed nvtltloiii addreu might hava
bean Mlaa Arnold, but fuiarr
maun aoou settled that polu . Mill Mai
Jory Brown, he X plained, was n of
ft Aarty of huo! taaeheri from Ma: Ion.
O., travelling under the taade.'kfilp ol
Min B. C. Jolinatone. Mlaa Brown waa
older than Mlaa Arnold, much amallor
and not at all Ukc her In npp nrr nee.
The chief iteward and the chief
tawardera aire pnaltlve that no voung
woman bearing any real reaemb.anca t
Mlaa Arnold waa on the rineinnatl on
th laat voyage over But Mr. Marie
Tatau, an under Itewarde, aald. aa
oon aa ihe aaw the aerie of picture
ot Mlaa Arnold:
"1 mink that young woman Indlcat
tng a certain picture of the group
was on hoard. She went under the
name of Mia J one, and occup.ed
atatrroom No. 123, which I In a part
of th h : uaually let aside for worn
en w.io travel alone. 1 am lure that
lhe sense ot taste
!-, ilia ee...:.Li
" a nuuiiamuu cumiuns oi our pnysicai existence in fvi
"The Beer That Satislics"
fulfils the requ rements not only of the sense ot taats, but creates
appetite and aids digestion. It satislics, Jacob Ruppert's
imous Knickerbocker beer is bottled at the Brewery and de
ivered to the home in cases containing 24 bottles, by ret..:
i ' A
Mlaa .lonei wna rit accompanied bl
ny one. I aerved her aeernl time
and came to know her illghtly. T Pi
waa nothing unuaunl or peculiar
about her manner. I cannot make g
poaltlv Identmcatlon, but I kXMbt.
hat ahe was the oi-lglnul of this ;!.
8lx Picked Out Photograph.
Annual Phinlppi riemi ltwtfd, dldn t
rciall any name, but enld rend
IIJ that be reiaio-d a fOMnfl uoitian In
:be llrat rnliln who look I very much
ke the p ..togrnpn. TltTM deck at.--1
1 1 1 I'arl RoVaf , PraflS ll'H man and
lannld Hackmin -ala i rrmeria.inre-1,
ao they aald, some yonni woman wh
lo iked like one of the pb tliria.
Finn ly a a xtn w.tneaa win found In
the per n of M.aa AUgttltl KV luilti,
another ItaWSMMM, w no, aft.r th nk
Ing it o. , an., fwtbgf of tlie "pin on
that li e ;l lUfl had n fnm liar look to
her. gMtohoWi It w.i iiinuelv '
elntrd In In r mind Hi lb tulM one who
hn.i lati H ben nboifd, ihg addod.
It am ii MtneMl ti e that all six of
th.e prOnl pael over five other
IplcturiM and each p.-lntid out a photo
graph ihowtng Miaa Arnold' i figum,
Jta.i thirdx length, with the face turned
In half profile. It w .a re. alle l, a,
that ah. n the CtMlMMtl rMoltad 0M
lie..ig.. . fJrtgootn jr. of nttdbttrt
I who had been attentive to Mlsa Arnold,
waa lUU in Klorerii e, only a abort rail
way Journey from that port.
bg grill of the shipping llata of th
Pamloirg-Ameriean llbg some days ago
revealed that a Mlaa Itcxale .lone,
travelling alone, booked paaaage on toe
Cincinnati iin Jan. fi, a few houft he
fore her aalllng lime. Tlila young
woman r;h no addreas -a ClrPUHH
Mam e the ate.imhlp people regarded
a unus.jul. 9
It waa on Jan. r, alao that Mr- I'ran
elg it. Arnold, rawing 'f 'h n aing
gill, and hi r hrotber. Jotin W, Arnold.
aiill.nl on th l-'iench liner I.n BaVOl 10
a. e Oftal'MII and ipieatlon him r'-ir'trdlng
hla cl.indeatine con i-apornlence wth the
young Ui.man. If Mlaa Arnol 1 were
really on the Cincinnati nnd ,1 VVttM g
Were gjgo hT di a Ination. she mil I h ive
reached tin re almost itntUltin'iUgty
with hf nniiher and bfOthT
It la likewise Interest inc. in this eon
noellon, l I note that the laavcrs for the
Arnold f.vmlly. In PUHWMM "t their
I policy of YgltOn, claimed at brat that
John Arnold started fir RUfO n Jan.
X which wtin two rlays earibi than he
i really sailed. Moreover, they refused to
j admit, until confronted alih the direct
: pro.it. that his mother went with him,
1 nnd they made no mention of the flirht
I which Arnold anil OrlgOOW had In a ho
I tel in Kl'irriire, when Arnold K n kisl
lilrlscom down nnd forcltily took from
I him a packet of letter.
Father Absolves Griscom.
I flrla. urn, nlth hi parents, l lue to
i nrrlvc to-morrow morning on the steim
j ship Berlin. Old Mr. Arnold, the girl's
I father, baa procurtvl Custom llouae j
I paasi'S n hlch will ena'ble him nnd his
sons to moot the nerlln down the Bay. I
I lie was ' ireful to' explain to reporfeii I
I to-day that he had no Intention of In- I
rill unfiling ilrlsrom to question him re-1
gnrdlng thl young uoman's possible
I ni ovenu-nts
j "I am positive that Mr. Crls -om ,
I (.IVkS NKW UU 10 SHVfcK
Horn font Httvrr hvuk 4ttll ADd nldf U I '
nl notr Ihr trAiidJtirouUutt. II UI tut thnr-
u.mhl i lt.au .in i imdOH an rnjnUitt tir.ll
Ubrj nil wUhOUl th' troMt trifitrhtnit
or matTln'i Kj t ; mimlral 1 rtll- ,
T-lr rt trnrrt Hrnfl mMrrn for i
Klwtro Htliron ''.. tM CHfl Ht., Nw Trk.
A I rorrr nnd DmirrUi- lltM m ftfi I
S ATISi ACTION
Satisfaction means contentment.
man lives lonrer and does more
he lives than the man who is
fied. Satisfaction can onlv he realize.-! Inrnnoh flip
USe and aDDlication of the thinon coated for
is hist of our faculties th.it
r i r t .
dealers every wnere. Also on draught at
the best hotels, restaurants and cafes in
this great metro olis and in
THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911.
know.i hoihlni poroth v' whtra
ftbotltVf' h MMdi MMd .n 'irvfr
flid My 1 ifKon In AHklnK f'r ihftffl
pi'itniit n tO K't l lOIWll Wih hltn V
tlf MflliVl tiullblt B muTi' and npn.
ojrlj(' In Mm nn 1 h n 1 f f IfljrwSf hpI
my wti'.lt fnmlly f"r lrMHl hi inwp
Into lh CflMi"
Whtfi it fit!cftpl that lh stpot
! Opx!pj inlptrit hr RlfttfO In morn rnnifnr '
nnd wllh niUf-Ji trouhV -ipnn th"
Arrival if thn Berlin at hfr rlfM-k, Mr.
I Arnold mnrrlv ftiftl "f r. pftit thftl I
. winh to make amrnds aa noon M BO
j ) In now fftlrly W nMiirrd that Mia I
I Arnold pnWTird a h I rid gOftli rlriuj f'r
' nn tha (Vt) of I or dlMphpOOfAnOOi
j and that ahc had In nddltlnn t U nni
' w rtfnolntfifl from hw nonthi aiinw-
I anrf. Thf ImpffAlfon had bOOH crtfttod
tty th Arnnldn '.ifi1 aim Wit pm ti-a ly
! without fundv iv'it n a' dl -tpp .'it l.
DIX APPOINTS HUPPUCH
TO PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD.
Governor Abo Narnti New Y'rk
Man and Brooklynitf ;i Qvil
, i.n sr. Ken i.-anv nix .. .h-.
int to the Senate the nomination of
: Wlnfleld A. Iluppuch. t'halrman of thl
i liemocratb' State CoflnntttO, II a tni'in
j her of the upitate I'ubh bgrvl Com
rrlsalon to su-cee.1 John S. I'arllsle of
' Waterlown. S. V.
Toe liovernor also sent to the HoMtl
the nomlnutlons of Walter C B Of
llrookhn. tii'tnocrai, ami Blag John
Lllfllbjll of Sew York, Itepu'.li -an,
Slnte I'lvll Service OommlWlMOrn, They
succeed ('. K Mllllken and H C M
i On the motion of Senator Oullof! the
nomination of llurton. Who Ii on lg"
' Ben i tor. was Immi dl it ly -nflrmed
j The other iiomlnut ions gforg mm to thl
l'lnati' fiimmlttee 0 immll o r llur
ton comes from the tixi i HoMtO Dig.
trlct of King. Ho wu In tho toiMtti
in 1W.1 nnd IWM. It I- prMumod tbbt
nbi'ta, the present bomocrntld n',tii-
: her of the bflbTd. wli: retain his office.
Then- atipolnt menls give all the com-
I nilmlonin to thl Bootorn luirt of the
Wliiskey for Colds
line l.iriciila fnr obi lime llenird.
I gfld 'Miniiaands Here I nst
Thf int rfdH'-il MM pf wlilakfy fcH ll
Iff i aurtl a i f.Tinldi'i 1 1 ' o 1 -1 'i atnni n
thf noOltOl f rati-mlty. It U nn OtOIOfl
lnfiii.tf curf whan nlMf wltn atrial n
other luarnitf nts arul taikttn . Ml.
nn folloWfl "Two OVMN of Jlyn rlna BJld
half nn tuinrp if t 'finifii trait ml I'ltif mm
pOOOd. I thff Into li 11 1 f n pint of good
i whlikf. Hhak' r and takf one to tw
I tOMpOMf Oil niter ruch rnvl nnd at hf
iim " OnaUaff lorn to chiMin ieooffAlag
In nan. Thia trrntment oftfit llBOOkt 'hi
I worm ootjfli nf ooM in a dn . But ba inr
j to KM only Um gienuin iihbf i Off neon-
trntrd Plnf. Knrh Imlf ounro tmiili' NBaj
in a tMlaO 'in oranuton aavaa, it th druK
J a'"t d'Mfd mil havf It In HOOtl h wl
I quiakly gf t it DmM ngpoHnioni with
li ltfip unrfrtaln mixture. It l Vtry rtaky
"Mr fithtr hai been a infltror from lick
bridacbe for the lait twentr five reomnd
never found any relief until b began
taking your Caicareti. Blnco bo baa
begun taking Cat. a ret ho bai never bad
the boadach. They bar nt-ely cured
him. CaicartU do what you recommend
them to do. I will giva yon the pHellego
of uilng hla nam." B. M. Dlckaon,
two Reiiner St., W. Indlanapolla, Ind.
naat, PIIM. Pottat. Tula 004.
10c. ISo. We. Navt sold I bulk. Tb ge
aln la Mat itempcd C C C. Oaaraalnd ta
aun oi goal mr back. aa
demands satisfa-. V JfWl
. - V
WED FOUR WEEKS
.iv I W
( :ol. W. H. Hayes ol New Or
leans, Who Is ( 1, Sayi Bride
of 20 Beats and Bites Him.
'lrll fr. T!, K-ai
KW Uitl. KAN'S, I.n
ttayoO, slxty-fuiir ri
mine owner anl
ii w tI.I I
: !,. T.-i'l. W.
in 0M1 a v. 1 1
: . -rial whu
f.nir weeks ago mnri i-l Miss VIM. in
Mltehell, a t wenty-yen --i:. society girl
St. IjouIs, hna llle.l IU t ignlnst hla
brido fur divorce. lie gRogM lhe Is
ruol to him nnd flint alie heats anil
bltOg him. Ho nlso avers Hint she g.ies
it late at night ami will not let him
The omiple wi-re tn.irr'e.l ! . re In .laim
nry. ' tho wel.ii going 1 hlg aoi'lal
nut. The lir.ile ratne t" New l)rle:ui.
from Ht. Louis tn npeelal trains The
hllrig il,,wry. OOOOrSlng 10 the hrl 1. I
mot her, W'as $.Min.iii in imnila. Mi -Mnyes
sn!i In dig thiit her huihanrt had
liromlseil her taond, hut hml neve-given
tiuen to her. She Odmll'i l, however,
tliat he hail Klven hor MO.OIO In stork
ertltl utes, 11 like nmo uti In rlla r..iinl -.,
I'i.iksi In eash anil nn n uvn.lille.
Thi- nlil mm nu t the Kir! at a charity
OftMf In Ht Ixiuls alx rogfg ago Ohon
she was n men- rhllil. He "onfi sse.1 t
it he lo the lllt.e one
Syrup of Figs nnd F.lixir of
Senna appeals to t fic cultured
ami tlii? well-informed and t tie
healthy because it- component
arti are ilmple ami whole-
line and because it acts wiili
out di.sturhintr the natural func
ii in.( as it is wholly free from
every objectionable quality or
ubtUUtCe. In its production a
pleasant and refreshing syrup
of the fie;s of California is unit--ed
with the lax:itivc and car
minative properties of certain
plants known to act most bene-
Bcially on the human system,
when its pentle cleansinp; is ik'
sired. To pet its beneficial ef
fects) always buy the genuine.
' fur sale by all reputable drug
gists; one size only, price
fifty cents a bottle. Tl.c name
of the company California
Fig Syrup Co. is always plain
ly printed upon the front of ev
ery package of the genuine.
SEEKS A DIVORCE
SAN 1 liAM'lSL'O, CAL.
Store Opens at -S:.0 an I Closes at 0 P, M.
All Right, Let It Snow!
Here Are the Men's
Perhaps the most attrac
tive and timely of the pres
ent economy offerings for
men in the Lower-Price
Basement Store for Men.
Warm, woolen coats, ul
ster st le, with combination
collars adjustable to good
or bad weather.
In the regular course of
buying you would pay a
good many more dollars for
We have your size. $12.50.
Fancy Suits for Men
At $10.50 and $13.50
Just two prices on suits in the Basement Store now.
And only one standard of excellence the Wanamakev
standard. That includes careful tailcring, correct fitting
and all-wool fabrics. We wonder if YOU know the
advantages of buying clothes here I gttfflttiti Newuuig.
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadwjr-, 4th Ave.. 8th to 10th St
1 ami fie mOthOf loM hlBI he inuhl rnnrrv
tho glil whin slH' grow up If she lovod
i him. Ilnvrs lnis n roshlenco np,ir 1,11s
I Atiiieles ati'l another In I'arl in gM.
I thn to hla home here.
, HYDE AUTO W)T HELD UP.
N lllier llll Win ei-lised I'nllee-
ninn. SsjH I III 1 Iin oilirrliilii.
iiutslde of the f.n t tliat the ;ory Is
I aha lulely untr te It s n fine yarn," MR
' 1 'harnl'i r uin 1'hnrh s Hi Hyde
ddjf referring to a pajbllcOUofl In n
I fnornlnoj iniiir- to tho ofod that Mro,
I Hydg while .Irlvlng In hot nut imi uh
had heen held up b a poll, man
loCI Bgl whom fie liter preferre.l
j - hargog.
C n erhilu II. ile salil thai Mis. Hyde
I hag ' at Pal ft! Beg 1 am e Jan. !.
I lint thn llvile aatOMMlMli .; not heen
out of the garage for Ihroo fnoAthg nnd
that ha dismissed l is chauffeur three
monUii ago. in addition t e CWjr Chain-
I herlnin said the nirn i nf the ullege.1
ll." liulu IIS not th" lli'e'l.e nillllliei'
nf hla SMC hi no,
MAKES YOUR HAIR
SOFT AND GLOSSY
"Moal ibanpoa misturti," iari Mr-.
Mac Martyn, In the I n- AbmIvi Biani
niT, 'roli ihi icatp of nil oily lecreHoii,
. living il ilry and barah, and tin- hair
grows ln ii tli and ii hard to manaajg, Tbii
c HUM' flnnilrulT. falling Iniir nnil prrinu-
tura sjraynaig, aslng fi aomnti ten yean.
"A reliable inanpoo mixiurr mn lir
mads ni home by diuolvlni a laaipoon.
(ul of cantbros in a tearutj of hot water,
Pour thia on lb.- -i ilp nn 1 rub arell, than
i in-,- ran fully, an, I J oil will Bnd il lea Vol
the bair voft and glnkiy ami pnN the
icalp in a health ronrtltion.
"shaBpooinfl alth ibi nlxtnre is a
delight ami ciists hut a trifle, hut you
iboilld In cafeful to got an original
pa i kagi- of ranlhro." Advt.
NEW YORK. N. Y.
MONTGOMERY CASE TO JURY.
I'lirmi-r llnik PPgllgV ' t 'l ( nn,. ,j ,
III- ll.-i 1,1. , I 'l-IIH) .
Thp oaM -if Wl'llim It. Montgomery,
fSHMt iriilrnt ol I o li:imllton Hn:ik,
which ut uniW il irlng the panli- of
W, wis fOgMtlttgd t ha Jury to-il iy
i.v iiuiif Neiatahy, beforg whom it in
boon on trial In tho Court of Ociier.il
Stalling Blticn Inut wci k.
Maniffonary Is rh.irg. ii with frjoni m
ly oonvortlng to hll own me $4,ii n ,
I ilnpil on i:ot- Ot t lie Montfor.l Ilt'iiln
1'iintiriU la Ha PamptPaller,
Thknton. !' i. T. The bsftslatttra
in )olnl maathlS at noon tnlay alactad
BdanSfd I. Bd wards of Jeney City
Store Opens at 8:AU) and Closes at o i'. M.
Splendid Display of Partly Made Robes
Along Entire Main Aisle
From Broadway to the Wanamaker Rotunda
Partly made robes are growinR more and more popular. They meet the increasing desire for
individuality and yet are so easy to make that an amateur needlewoman can fashion them into
gowns of the best st le with practically no trouble.
Tomorrow fourteen tables will partly display the immense variety which the John Wanamaker
tore has in its stocks of silks, laces and trimmings, white goods and cotton fabrics.
Some are brand new from abroad, and show the moit recent tyles. Othe s o exquisite
textures and designs are the rcma ning few left from large va iet.es, and now wear prices sometimes
less than half what they were o rig nally marked.
For wedding gowns and evening frocks are of fine Japanese crepe, heavily embroidered in de
lightful patterns and here and there enriched by gold or silver thread. White, pink, blue. $50,
from $85 and $100, and up to a magnificent white satin at $100, was $250.
Japanese Pongee Robes
In natural colors, richly embroidered to match, are at new prices of $15, $17.50, $18 and $20.
Pongee coat and skirt robes with parasol to match, $25 an 30.
Spangled and Headed Robes
Include the new Spring sSyles. Charming empire robes of pink chiffon with quaint designs of
porcelain beads at $58, and new fashions in black or white robes with silver or gold spangles or all
black with black beads and spangles. Tunics are also on display. Prices $30 upwards for robes.
Of chantilly. marquise, lustre, princess applique Here, embroidered Brussels and many others,
either black or white. Prices $12 to $100. Many arc notably lessened in price.
Include hand-embroidered Japanese robes, white or colored, with shaped skirts, the beautiful
embroidery done in bordered effects. 75 at $10, and 70 to sell at $8.
Imported Batiste Robes
White and colors, sometimes with colored borders and always richly trimmed with embroidery,
$10 to $30.
New boxed robes of bordered voile, marquisette, batiste and tulle, mostly from France, $0
to $52 for the robe length.
Robes from the White Goods Section
Are spic-span new. Made of good materials and trimmed elaborately with attractive em
broidery. Prices $5, $6.50, $10, $11.50 and $12.50. $5 robes are edged with a 1 5 ' inch embroidery
flounce and very elaborately trimmed with 3 inch embroidery insertion to match and good em
broidery at that.
Surely this robe display ought to answer the question how to have a beautiful frock made
to one's own liking. Main Aisle, Old Building.
Today the Modern New York Home Owner
Can Have as Beautiful Furniture as Any
Made for English or French Queens
Today's fashion in furniture is of the rich simplicity of Sheraton, Hepplewhite, and of
the Colonial period of our own country.
When such furniture was designed in the 18th century it was entirely made by hand, it
was accessible only to the few, and its cost was all but prohibitive.
But if you will walk through the Wanamaker Furniture Galleries, you will see great col
lections of this "Period" furniture which reproduces the beautiful styles of the great masters.
Sometimes a carving is lacking something that would increase the cost too much; but in the main
the styles have been retained almost exactly. Instead, however, of the furniture being too heavy
to move and too large to be lived with comfortably, makers of today have adapted it to modern
So that while there is nothing more beautiful, there is also nothing so well adapted to our
comfort and requirements as "Period" furniture.
In this February Furniture Sale the Wanamaker Store includes all its Period furniture
of every kind at economies of 10 to 50 per cent.
A few instances of bedroom furniture are listed. Please remember that what we say of
bedroom furniture practically applies to a drawing room, library and dining room.
$1125, regularly $2250
An "Adams" bedroom suite in
sotinwood, pointed, consisting of five
pieces, twin bedsteads, bureau, dress
inn table and chest of drnwen.
$260, regularly $520
Louis XV. bcdrOOCn suite of d.irk
birch, consislinR of six pieces, twin
bedsteads with cane punrls, burefiu,
chest of drawers, nitht stand and
$500, regularly $760
English Coloiuul bedroom suite of
six pieces, after the style of Chippen
ilnle, twin bedsteads, dresser, dress
ing table, chest ol drawers and chevul
S1450, regularly $2075
An "Adams" bedroom suite, of
white mahogany, decorated; of ten
pieces; twin bedsteads, dresser, dress
inn table, chest of drawers, night
tand, occasional table, cheval fc'ass,
chair and rocker.
$595 regularly $79 3
"Sheraton" be. '.room suite of
mahogany, inlaid bands, seven pieces;
twin bedsteads, bureau, dressing
tuble, chest of drawers, night stand
and cheval glass.
$660, regularly $993
"Louis XV." bedroom suite of
handsomely figured Circassian wal
nut; eight " pieces; twin bedsteads,
dresser, chiffonier, cheval gluss,
somnoe, chair and rocker.
Formerly A. T. Stewart
jtlo romptrollrr, tn, niocood llrnry J.
Wrt. wllOM fr.n If fthoiit to oxplro.
Mr K.lunr.lK K llad llfty von-s nnd
Mr, WiKt. who wm mipnortod by IBS
RapabHeanA sol iwantyatas voir... Mr.
imw.ii.is i easkisr ol satlaaaJ bank
in Jorsi'y City.
FURLONG VERDICT STANDS.
The Court of iBfrMtS tfflrnis C.m-
vlellon of I'oriinT SlaSrlatrnto,
AtiBANTi I'i'b. 7. -The eonvlotlon of
Hanry J rnrlowj for bribe tubing arblia
C.ty Magistrit.' ot tho BorOHgtl S
BpOoMySI wis nfflrtnoil to-day by tho
court ot Appeals,
ii, was aaaian ad to sorvs an Indotor
ojtnata tifm Of from one 10 two years
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Bedroom suite in mahogany of
the "Empire" period; 7 pieces, con
sisting of twin bedsteads, dresser,
dressing table, chiffonier, cheval
glass end somnoe.
$(50, regularly $874
Bedroom suite, English walnut
"William and Mary," consisting of
ten pieces, full size bedstead with
cane panels, one cr.se of drawers
find mirror stand, gentleman's closet,
SOHIIIOt, occasional table, one arm
and two side chairs and bench.
$575, regularly SS75
A "Napoleon" bedroom suite of
six pieces, rich dark mahogany with
brass ornaments: twin bedsteads,
drt-'cr, dressing tables, chest of
drawers cheval minor.
S700, regularly $1070
Coioni.il bedrooni suite, selected
mahogany, crouch veneered panels,
six pieces: deini poster twin l id
steads, dresser, dressing table, cttSSt
of drawers, cheval glass,
81975, regularly .S2130
Bedroom suite, of nine pieces,
white enamel, "Mi.rie Antoinette:"
twin badstaads, cane panels; dress
er, dressing table, chest of drawers,
cheval minor, somnoe, chair and
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$550, regularly $1110
Bedroom auite, lix pieces. Cir
cassian walnut, style of Louii XVI.:
twin bedsteads, dresser, chest of
drawers, somnoe and occasional
$1225, regularly $1675
Bedroom suite, seven piece-, in
English walnut, "Queen Anne," con
si'ling of twin bedsteads with cane
panels, dresser, dressing tabic, chest
of drawers, writing tuble and occa
S760, regularly $955
Bcuroom luite, selected Circas
sian walnut, after style of Loull
XV., consisting of leven pieces
twin bedsteads, dresser, rhiltonk r,
night stand, dressing table and ehtv.il
$1365, regularly SI 767
Sotinwood inlaid bedroom suite
of eleven pieces, style of "Hepple
white." Twin bedsteads, dresser,
dressing table, gentleman's ward
robe, writing table, occasional table,
two chairs and rocker.
$937.50, regularly $1200
"Hepplewhite" bedroom suite
white enamel, with inlaid panda
consisting of twin bedsteads, dresser'
drruing table, gentleman's wardrobe",
somnoe, occasional table and two
side chairs, also rocker.