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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MAT 9, 1911.
ROBBER WALKS IN
BEATS MAN, THEN
Harry D. Boyer Reading in
Dining Room as Burglar
Opens Door and Inters.
tVhon a man dmirrlhln. himself Pe
lf fostello twent '-seyven years old, a
iarksmtth'a helper, llvln at No. W
WVet s'xty-thlrd street, eras smila-neil
t"-d.iy In the West FMo Court alMrgsHl
evlth felnnlou.i ne' ult and robbery he
(I'm lHi cd It was a rasa of mistaken
Marry T. lloyer, an employee of the
American Fidelity Insurance Company,
No. 1JD West Sixty-sixth atreet, lays
Cie prisoner n the man who beat him
ii lo InaensDitllt f with brass knuckles In
r'i dining room nt 3.30 Sunday morning,
ribbed him of $14 HO and choked Mrs.
Buyer until she was unconscious.
Boyer Uvea on the (rround floor of a
five-story apartment houae. He su
unaJble to alcep Sunday morning and
waa In the dining room reading when
ha heard aome one trying the doora of
Burglar Walked In.
"1 waa atartlad." Boyer told the po
lloa, "when a big man pushed open the
floor leading from the dining room to
th hall. He said to me:
''Have sun a gun?' I rep'led that I
414 not, but that 1 could take caro of
myself. Beforo I could get to my feet
ha let drive a hard right awing, striking
ma In the forehead, end I fell un
conaeloue." Mrs. Boyer waa sleeping In the front
room. The man quietly etole to h-r
leds'de and fastened his fingers ' '
her throat. Mrs. Boyer fought with .
her strength, but could not break the
man's hold and she lapsed Into In
sensibility. In the Brl room waa John Bover.
tv.a twelve-year-old BOB., John waa
aroused by the struRKle In his rnnthrr'j.
room. He dnshed In and encountered
the man l:i the room. At the same In
stant the hall door opened and three
other men entered and ttood over the
d where Mrs. Uoyer lay,
Boy Called for Police.
The boy made for a front window and
1 ogan calling for the police. The man
v-txo first iul entered was the, first to
run to Uli street, followed by h'j three
"When 1 regained c "in -lousness," Mr.
foyer continued, "my first 'dea was to
tco to the police, but 1 was too badly
: Tightened, and my wife was hysterical.
"1 wen: to RooaaYOlt Hospital, where
T Stayed until laat night under treat
ment. .Mrs. lloyer also was treated by
The police first heard of the affair last
evening when John BoyoT stole Into the
West Sixty-eighth street station and
said he wanted to sneak to tetellt, Iirady.
I want to tell you how those men
treated my father and mother," he he
Iran. "Father s.ys he will tell the de
tectives everything, but that he Isn't
well enough to come to the station
The boy then told of the crime and
LldUt Sullivan, with Ietectlvcs Haley,
rievery ami MW"Vrm1cV. was assigned 1
to tho case They found Boyer badly
hurt. Ho gave the detectives an accu
rate description of h'a assailant, who
TBI the first man to enter Mrs. Boyer's
Robbed When Unconscious.
"I have Just discovered," he eon
Untied, "that the man who struck me
took 114 M from my waistcoat pockrt.
lie must have done this Immediately
after I fell."
Mrs Lloyer was unable, to five s good
; description of her assailant for the
! reason that It was dark In her room,
j "I only know that he was very big
and very strong and that he told me he
would kill me." she sedd.
Hulllvan and the three detectives wars
at Pt.-cty-alxth street and Amsterdam
avenue at 10.10 last night when they
saw a man on the opposite corner who
answered the description. It was Coe-
lloyer went to the station house. He
looked at Costel'.o and burst out:
"Why that's the man who aessulted
me In my dining-room. There can be no
doubt about It."
We take your
rent money in
a house in
Every man who Is paying
from 124.00 to 144.00 a month
rent should see these guaran
teed houses. For a small sum
down and small monthly pay
ments you get title at once to
a house, SO minutes from
City Hall on a S cent tan.
Write, call or telephone lor
list No. l house depart
ment. 80 Liberty St., New York
Telephone 7440 Cort.
The Standard In Quality snd Style
To c'-ar our floors of surplus
stocks and discontinued patterns,
We have taken a number of
desirable pieces in all lines, and
marked them at Clearance Prices.
Include! are teti for Dininf Room, for
bedroom, for Living Room, for Library
Thta SjjQtofeJi tttfrmflnp buyrr, an
opportunity to nrrura genuinely
nln-irads Furniture of mntrrlul
R. J. HORNER & CO.
Furniture Makers and Importers
VV. 23d St. I W. 24th St.
81-63-6S I 38-38-40
In addition to our usual Wednesday offering
of slightly used pianos we will 0 OMORROW
ONLY) sell a limited number of
of RELIABLE MAKE in FANCY
MAHOGANY CASES. All are
BRAND NEW and FULLY
All payments made will apply on a new
Knabe if bought within two years.
'5 Down and $5 Monthly.
Two extraordinary spec
ials in Silently Used
MELVILLE CLARK combination
88-65 note PLAYER-PIANO in
Mahogany at only
Mahogany; in fine order, at
Terms to Suit Your Convenience.
wm. KNABE & Co.
Double Hi'i Green Trading Stamps With Purchases Made Before 12 o9 Clock
MO CONNECTION WITH
AMY OTHCH STORE
GREENHUT-Slt GEL COOPER 0.
TWO MAM MOT M , oJJLL.n BOTH SIDES OF 6AVE.
BUILDINGS. clsD.OREENHtJT.Pres. I8'-'ol9? STS.NEW YORK.
No Charge for Alterations on Women's and Misses'
Apparel Until Further Notice
Home-Makers of Modest Means
Can Solve Every Spring Home-Furnishing Problem
and Come Within Any Desired Expenditure
In Our GREENHUT Building, on WEDNESDAY
Because there are to be found there scores upon
scores of APPROPRIATE suggestions in furniture
and ru:s that will make indoor and outdoor Sum
mer life DELIGHTFUL and come WITHIN A
There are CHARMING suggestions in wall
papers, curtains, pictures, tablewares, and lamps for
COSY LIVING-ROOMS, for CHEERFUL DINING
ROOMS, for DAINTY BEDROOMS AT THE
LOWEST PRICES QUOTED!
There are HOUSEKEEPING suggestions for
making the task EASIER needful things for ncrub-
bing, dusting, painting, polishing. Hot-weather
housewares by the THOUSANDS! GARDEN AP
PLIANCES in equal profusionof ABSOLUTE DE
PENDABILITY, yet at LOW COSTI
There are SERVICE suggestions for SLIP
COVERS AND AWNINGS. Both take TIME,
because we take INFINITE PAINS! We fit both
as a dressmaker FITS A GOWN! Forehanded
housewives arc therefore BOOKING THEIR OR
We extend a CORDIAL INVITATION to the housewives of New York and vicinity to
Ask for All These Suggestions -and Estimates of Cost
Without Feeling Any Sense of Obligation to Buy
IN OUR GREENHl'T ULILDING
During These Bright, Busy May Days M e Are Breaking Sel ing Records in
House & Kitchen wares & Garden Implements
What doc this mean to you? It certainly means thai we arc doing it on three features of the utmost
importance to YOU if YOU ore interested in
"Infinite Variety" "Guaranteed Quality
EXTRA GOOD OUA! ITY . PLY
GUARANTEED GARDEN HOSE-
Wm stand high eater-preeaure ; ,.5
foot. 12.75; SO OR
U I SEVEN BIG SPECIALS IN HI-.' PI'.ER U' ws
for X edneadev i SBSS, Three of our Leaders, 10 of
our Universal and two of our veksews and popu
OUR LEADER REFRIGERATOR, made of here:
wood, brass trimming. romoveb.e .,'e pot, awing
Ing base, removable trap, Thoroughly insulated
COTTON GARDEN HOSE very In, I sunns s poa:tie circulation of dry told sir aTsreell
grace. exceptionally food hose
upper covering made of cotton, Innc
lined with rubber, making It a sua
etintlal high-preeeure lv,-e; $?I OjK
25 foot, 0. 75; 50 fool . .
MAI I EAB1 E IRON GARDEN RAKE
10 tooth, 15c; 12 tooth, IHc; '
14 tooth, 20c; 10 tooth mWK
CHILDREN'S GARDEN SETS con
slating of hoe, rske end
spade; set -Jc
GARDEN SETS conalsting of hoe.
rske and spade, suitable for W"w.
SHOVE LS-erftn voodea D handle,
square or pointed blade, QQq
GARDEN TROW- Sc, 20c,
EIS et - 2Bo and
STEEL HAND l-ORKS
POl ISHF.D STEEL GRASS
adji"stabie windovc screenSt-
wslnut stain; Ji in. high, extending
from 21 to .-M inches; ' m. tugh,
extending frob 2.1 to 37
inches: choice of aiiee at..
ADJUSTABLE SCREENS In naturel I
finish; 28 In. Ii.gh, extending 2.1 to .
37 inclea, 31c; 30 in. high
ertendeng 23 to J7 Inches... 0,'-
IHttWOOO ALL-METAL WINDOW
SCREENS oil -metal frame, which
wUl not warp or rust, and ell, 'as!
many a eeeeoni 30 In. hig-h. jr. I
estending from 24 to 87 Inches "
the prn ilofl ObMBbtr
LIFT COVER STYI.I M )rwrie h.fh. let $- t
MpMHf oT about 40 lba.t t 00
A much ltrgr al. 45 iicht high, trli Ti(
n let ctpftcify of about (.0 Iba., at . . . AVoUU
AI'ART.ViLN T HOUSE .srYl.E-to doona In front.
80 in. Mich, loa capacity about 70 Ibt., $JQ V"j
OUR UNIVERSAL REFRIOBRATOR - tnada of Mfc,
finlalicd In jto dan oak. charcoal ahaathlng Inaula
tion, all parts, remo.-abla for . cai pur-po?; la
thm UniverMl we will offer two memel-lined 'n
the apirtment house atylea, vlrh fo door 'n
front, SO In. high, with an lea capacity $1Q
f About 70 Iba., white enamel lining, at . JO
SIZE t.AWf.HH- -eniina; lined, M lncha h'rh, with in loa
of about 00 Iba., at
OUR MODEL RBHKICiBRATOK--Ws will offer 10 twa arvle. In rh Modal
make. Modal refrigerator la without doubt banar than any that oan b pur
ciaed for the aam amount of money. Made of aoh, with golden oak
flnlah, perfect Inaulatlon, removable flue. ufi pipe, rcmolt nlclcl-
pjate-a wtre aheivra, aolld bronie lift lever lock, In perfect fconetructlin
i. ui-cover atv.e rinm fcingerator 4U inch
capaoiry of about 45 Iba., at
AMI STY I U aa above, with uh
high, vlrh an Ice
MANHATTAN 1JX'N MOWERS
reliable machlnss1 In every de
tail and warranted to give good
eervice; attractive In dee.gn: heve
three crucible etrel cylinder kntve.,
N-inch driving; wheel; simple and
effective adiuatment: 12 inch, at
I ' D 14 Inch, st tl 7A; I ')
In leak, at 3; II In a, at
MANHATTAN LAWN MOWBa same
ai bir e, on.y hsl. bearing, wh clt
makea it ao eaay running, clean cut
ting an.l always In order because thr
ball-bearing features enable It to
do the work more rapidly and with
less friction; 12 Inch, at , 14 Inch,
at It JO 10 Inch, at M.40 't OA
Ifl Inoh, al 'WW
MANHATTAN LAWN MOWER wrlfh
h'gh driving wheel: aleo Nai hear
Ing; 14 I .i.li , at M 50; hi Inch, at
IM is Inert, at $5 23. 20 $- en
Inch, si O.OU
TWO BURNER, Rl UB PlJkMB, CAB
INET OIL STOVE 0 k
TWO BURNER GAS ' STOVE - with
i' mi Me burner; sconomlosl In Qrt
the uae of gaa; st OUl
MOIlEl GAS COOKER -In Inch oven;
complete, ehh broiler com
p.rtmenti at UelU
A Double Event for Collectors of
H&C Green Trading Stamps
Distributions Will Be Made as Follows on Wednesday:
"Red Letter Day" Stamps will M
re given away tree in the
beautiful tH.C H r e m i u m !
Parlor located on the third
floor in our ,(! R I. F. N H ti T
See tHe great display of beautiful premiums in our fiREENH tiT Building,
third floor, where rilled mid, in; stamp books may be redeemed.
Sots of Complimeniary Stamp
will be distributed free in the
Ladies' Parlor in otlr MAIN
Building, Fourth Floor.
As many sets as are requested
will be given. Only 1 00 free stamps
in all are good in any one book.
Originally Marked at $15 to $25, Wednesday at
Delightfully pretty. Summery hats, trimmed
with flowers, laces, ribbons, etc. Particularly
pretty models large, medium and small shapes;
no two alike. To appreciate fully what an ex
traordinary bargain-event this, is, please bear
in mind that our hats at the regular prices are
i as everybody concedes) the BEST values in
Limited space makes.lt impossible to describe
many of these hats. There is a clever shape of
straw turned up on the left side; crown com
pletely covered with taffeta silk in a crushed
effect on the left side with a knot and two stand
ing loops, as illustrated. This hat comes in
while and all the best new colors. This par
ticular model will undoubtedly be one of the
big favorites of the Summer season.
222. 9 Spwially H5. $20 and $25
s m mm s J . - sjj ssjs ssjsssj s
(MAIN Ii ,l . iint. Hrai Hloon MM MU
JAT-A-I.AC a!l colora; vtaln and
arnih oomhinexl; revives old wood
work, furniture, etc.
Prints and Varnishes
pint. . ..
15c, 25c & 40c
Half- J 1 tjuart
gallon . . w I Pint !
IIOUID VENKKR-en ..cellent f
nlture poliah and furniturs renu.a
tor; regular J.Sc site;
Hslf- 7Ke. tOns
gallon. . .
MISSION FURNITURE STAIN 7--m
eisht shadret: quart.... IUC
One ifle. ' Hair-
I pint. .
(GREENHUT Building, Main Floor and Basement )
'"Sr Oriental Ruirs
IN OLR GREENHUT BUILDING
The Splendor of the Orient Flu Their Amazing Sen icrabllitii
I'Iuh Our L'ncommnnli Low Price. '
Furthermore, these rugs offer THE SAME RESISTANCE
TO ROUGH USAGE, WHETHER INDOORS OK OUT
DOORS. They resist the action of salt air and strong sunlight.
That is why, AT THESE LOW PRICES, they are literally
Kaiak Hugs (two lots) heavy, lux
urious pile; admirable (or Urge
balls, svernge libraries end dens;
trong, bold, characteristic pat
terns and colors; average t.lze 7tS
ft.; current market rates c.,,
up to $72; at vAZ.bS)
Hamadan A OhuendJI Bugs very
serviceable; average slie 3x4 ft.;
current market rates up to
$13.80; at 10.5U
Moral and Daghestan Roga average
site 4.8x3.4; current market rate
$17.50: among these are a number
ofShlrvanandAnatolean -soca Average slie 7.5x5.7; regular rales
R"g; aitieou, fl0B and
Persian Sehna Uuga soft slllten pile, $47.50
and shadings ot chalcedony and i
delicate cafe-au-lalt; average size Afghan Khiva Rues suitable for
3.3x2;currentrate$14.50; j coun,7 homes; in rich madder
a S U. I J I su", , uciiKin Ul ,,CiaUUIItl' 1. iiici,
Shlrsan. Daghestan, Mosul and Ba
luchistan Rugs part of a broken
heap-runge; formerly $.15
to $40; at St.JU
sizes from 8x5.1 1 to (1.2x8.7 ; regu
larly $87.50 to $82.50;
at . . .- $57.50
(QBBBNHUT BeDdhaB, First I loor.)
IN OUR MAIN BUILDING
'2.50 Beaded $1
Hand Bag, 1W
At the .pedal price named for Wednesday, this is a typical and
notable Rig Store bargsin offer This hand bag is maJe of a hnc
quality of heads; trimmed with dainty head fringe; lined with supe
rior white sateen, (he beads sre mounted in whiie-and-stecl and
whiie-and-gold combinations. Nickel-plated frames with chain han
dles; size 7; - tHv inches.
A psriii'ularly swsgger hand bag -one that will add to the beauty
of any walking costume
(MAIN Building Main PI nor.)
IN OUR MAIN BUILDING
20c Natural Motor
Linen at He
26 Incite Wide, and There'
an Abtnlttte SAVI(i of
NINBCBNTSotl Kieru Yard
of Tltene Admirable Giuxl
That YOU liny, on WMD
NB8DAYI To be sure, we have made
a big purchase -25,000 yards -but
the quantity is none too
greai to satisfy the require
ments of the women of New
York and its vicinity
I his labrlc la extra-heavy
linen-weft suiting, specially
adapted for motoring coats,
auits, skirts and children's
's Basement Bargains
Little Thing and
itie at Little Prices
Hatol for coloring straw"
hats; usually 19c . 15C
Lisle Klastlc Sew-On Hose
Supporters 2 pairs .
10c fancy Hat PfaM -all
colors and kinds DC
Clarke's Machine Cotton
white or black; each,
2c; dozen 1 C
5c Card Kresh-Wnter Foarl
Buttons various ill HI
2 for.. OC
15c White Wash Beltings
various patterns ; yd. 9C
I vain Building, Basement.)
Wire Hairpin Cabinets
assorted sizes; 2 for. . . OC
5c Card All Brass Hooka
and Kyes gross, 15c;
Cotton Tape 24-yard
25c Pieces Wash Trimming
dainty colors or f
lllark Machine Silk
50-yard spools; dozen 15C
Collar Buttons gold
plated; I dozen to a card 4C
Other Sales in Our
Iron Foldina Cota
White Mualtn Bed
at about 1 j regular
f Full details of the above
sales are printed In
Toctuy's Evening Journal)
IN our MAIN
Big Grocery Selling Success
Delicious Coffee Borden's Pure Milk
Reese, gruttn.1, pondered or granulelej Tee; lea hraud c aporated.
I'lil'UI.AU BI.E.NU COM BE IH,. 3 res 10c
M Ihs.. Ill In OVC (.sasddoi . Doi. larsscsns,
:?lZ."mrn 22c 3.95 1 25c
CtJAIaARALI COPIE8-- Oftr .
iJfSrJ L'Xui: OOK WMITB PF.A BRANS OQr.
CHoirp. santos correB- oflr 10 laV, fTsi IUM sX
W fm cofpbe-1 25c rm split pbas- 34c
1 1 STOILVERCK'S COCOA OQp
PURB VANnLA-otaiennr'a Meslean a- "
ntBs eitrart; reg iSe 2 eu tl!, LOG CABIN STTtUP tQ.
bonis IOC ouirt c1 'IOC
STRICTLY PURR IARTV f,nJt)re reesnlr PNCY S-ViYRNA PIGS ORC
rendeeedi -!. nee welfht iO. J
pall aW IIA1ATON HEALTH POOIJ
MOTHER'S OATMBAL the sad tssMoned " ISe ps.-ksgs . . . . .
NTSnt1 8 1 10c Canada Mutton
ICE CREAM SALT fee-'freetlnt, eao-i 1 (t fitt fc"?" " """ 6SC
No. bag. 49r; No. 10 bag . . . C ,,oci " tfllit 1
i pa a a . . I AT HERRINO-ampsned from IA.
Kollt O Oatllieal Norway; S .ens. flic; oval can . . .
Schumai ker'a beat rolled Avena. SAMIM E TEAS -blended to order; ..
0 packagee, Reg. 10c package, I ba., II; lb
QB1 l '0 LAROR WHITE PJTATOI- IJO lb. bag,
" ' el 7J; bO lb. bag, 89c;
IN OUR MAW ISUILD1NG
Varied in Deaign and
Color Superb in Qual
ityLow in Price. '
It has passed Into a proverb
among discriminating women: "It
pays to think of Crcunhut-SieRel
Cooper Co. whenever vnu think of
Here tire three items which
justify the saving:
'. Silk-and-(o!tin crj
Choice stripe, dots and l.und-
Mma foulard dtllgM, on liiiht
and tinted groiwdai 20 inches
wide; these muke up into swell
Zephyr f.tng- - ft
32 Inches wide; all the wanted
checks, itripea and plaids, as
well us vhm color--; stuninii
costume ci'iiti-.. vnien ure
'j-LiiciiJ for cl ildren's wear.
ate I ranch i oantma
I ha vogua ol the itason , 4
inches wide; in the (boicaal
BOlori; liht blue, pink, la.lio,
champagnti Itathar, tan, eadtt,
Helen pink, kind's blue, etc.
(MAIN UuilUhiK. Mitin PlotlJ
IN OUR MAIN BUILDING
the Belt Hosiery NeWS Ever Printed
I 1 1 II I II I II
Simply ask for "NUMBER 790," and you will receive what we consider
the greatest hosiery value that this or any other store in the United States has
ever had the plcasur. of nnVrmi.'. (aaVaaaaVHssBsfsV
This is Imported Hosiery
Mode of elru ii: gauze lisle thread ; fast-black dyed ;
garter top; double soles; spliced necis and toes
fashioned; made by the best hosiery manufact
urer in Germany.
Ask for "Number 1051
und you will obta n full-fushioned MACO cotton
hose (also from Germany), made with spliced
seam, double sole unJ spliced
6 Ft",?' 25c a Pair
B) v..v o completing tlii i ofler,
we guarantee both oi the above
numbers to j;ive Bttisfactory wear.
If :iur experience with ihem i.-
otherwise, brina them back i I he
Bin Store and gel your MONEY or NEW HOST
That's OUR way of doing things!
i WAIN H.J if, Main Kloor )
Hose for '1.40
iURI POVDinD BOKAX-Haie!
bntnJ; I lb paaaca
riin'ain rraSnlaSI j
parent f Bbl. M, M
(,rd Medal 'leur ne t - A
...... Heat i -O.-.) "...)U
Se-M b., 7-1b. certon aaf.
It'll D S HAMS. Is "ellrw tefe;
Swltt'a i'remlum hstiia, Armour's Stsr
hama, or S. At S, Maiestlc tisme;
. ancaaed ' ' d ery; In. .
KANAHY'S i l l l.BRATEO I7,
M i.A CORED HAMS -
DOl.D'S BACON la Eagllaa- 10
style esuersai lb AOTSSS
TRbSH BUTTER sot eedlnary table but
tsr, but the Preset quality treses, made
spev-lsJ creamery our Pouajbsja OUee
4ualUi S ib. croc. 11.45; prUsl...
FANCY IMPORTEO TEAS
usually 80c; 5 lb. osddy, 2; kV
PrsahlT T jeered.
MAZ ALL CORN PLAKBS
doien. 54c; pecbasa aeea
INDIAN CORN FLAKES doi II; Ot
.t ret ll'c peckaies eeW.
HAZEL QLOat STARCH
tl-lb. wooden box, 4Sc; 3.b. calton.
1IUU1 FRESH BUTTERINE 5 -lb.
age, at .07 ; 2-lb. print, 4Jc;
SOl lPT S BDRAX SOAP
but, 100 bare, MJIl 10 bars . . . .
Boaion hakeJ baana
Sifted -' pta
! pevktd t.Hno.
Grn if 1 h bean
Whltt wn be ana
Doi. 10 can.
(MAIN Buildlni, Third PWee.)
Best Wines and Liquors
By the t, alios.
POITI 01 MltkRY.
ANUEI H'A. MUSI Arm
II IK) to
I .25 to
Huhh Co I
i ' i A Ii
Itirrel ot III d
tartl at J
Karrel ot 11 doi
M. U aold in other
llsrss at j JO e doieu
splits! here. SI lA
a .r a
tt'i.-ranisd Itrldtf Puis.
By ths l, alios.
Hermitaaa Rtr isi S4 ii3
Treadmill 4-". :6
WeJdinn I 50 2 94
Club Houae .. 3 Oil 2 04
By the (Juart Bottle.
Hermitaae Rye.ll M tl 24
TreadmlU I .'S 08
w.'iisi .... ion 84.
Club Houae BO.- 74
DUN. AN'S IPBCIAL Ll
IJI'F.IIR SCOTCH VVHII
KV erji old and n j .,
roello; $1.15 hot.. i
Y ALE COCKTAILS - Mart
tunas and Msrtiall tuaJr
of the i.neei old liuore;
It II quart Agg
DILLON'S OLD IRISH UW.,
HISkY -II bottle 00-
Old ( row Uhlstiy
Keritucky'a t neat d.a
tlRst en ; au d aearly
I rsfbere et W so a
lailon and II a quart
special lor thu, aale, sal
Ion, 12.44; lull Q
quart bottle. . sTsje
SCHIEDAM HOLLAND OIN
Juaranteed atrwSy pure
of great medicinal
value; lare bottle, more
then s quart, regular nrloe
$1 50; reduced te 7Q
II 10; 80s bottle..
SPECIAI BREW EXPORT
BEER barrel of 10 doi.;
regular price, 1425; re
duced to 15 74 1 J.rfen,
I. (. Mo it in-1 & I O.'S
Bottled at the dielillery
.it Frgacs. Sold nearly
everywhere at 11.75 a
bottle; here, this If 04
aale, at Ties
Ask for Green Trading Stamp We 6oe Them