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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, i.li
NOT YET SETTLED,
Ward md Porto Rico l ines
Fail to Agree to Peace
Attbeufb th confsranr btwn th
rtpNMnUthres r UM Haiiiwn'i t'nttm 1
sad thou of the '-naatwle etsstnehlp
liHM Imi nlgtit rnttvl !n nn aaTtnent j
satisfactory to tnsn. ofllesr of ths
International .Sea-nen's fnlnn declared i
to-day that pi ,i n w.is nnt yet assured.
R present a fives of the Vr.t Line and
tn Porto Hlco Llfit were not prsient.
Ufcleae these two linos alio subscribe
to last night's MIWBMM within fortjr
HeSlt nostra th strllte will hr renewed.
Reprissentatlvns of t ie Malltiry, UU1
Iomlnton. t'lyde and Morgan HSM ald
SAY UNION MEN
i" " "ara i.inBanath play. "The DoOnllSnl Set." and of
ha Porto Jtico I.lne would a hide by th. , many seye, la champion cutter oft
aTeement and were not opposed to It. ; feminine Oordtan knot!. So, loloirlsts i
Than let tliem aty ao. In wi lting," , and Suffragette mav tie th moat tn- !
'torswd K. II. t-'tasler. aecietary of the I trioate and puzillne; on,, yet Mra. 1
llore' Union. .Meyer Invariably rleea to amlte them. I
UNION AND NON-UNION MEN Therefore. It to her that I eub- !
CLASH ON THE ANTILLES. i mltted yesterday the widely d I ecu need :
In oonaetrueno of the peace agree-
nant, tha Antlllea of t'.e Morae.ii line
-ailed to-day at oou for NVw Orleana
wBh over a humlred imscte;r anil
nook-a-blook with frelaht. KVr a
lime aalllng aeomed likely to be de
ferred. General Manager Junger had
tuned up twenty rive non-union men
' ofora the atrlke was railed off. The
union crew, gvltk(- aboard, refused to
work with them. THere waa a lliree-
urnerml wrangle between the union
eamen and tu-nmen, the non-union
"ten, who were ii!poseil to Insist that
-. company atand by It contract.
It ended by the ordering off the boat
of the twenty-five non-union men, who
war told to report at the office of
th company. Many union men were
about the plr watching th progress
of evente. and they mad- for every
non-union man who wax not near a
' ollceman. There were a acore of un
equal battle, and when the non-union
.uutttute reached h office of th
line they were a Horry oolleetlon.
Hardly one of thetn was without mark
f the .-millet. They Were paid as
for the completed voyage of tho ahlp
There were mlglity few union sail ra
at th union hea Jusiter at No. 400
Vt treat when the newt of victory
arrived. There had been a hundred or ,
more 01 inoin mere earner in in nigni.
All of them were Id belligerent mood
Few expected to win They had heated
dlacuaalon among tbeuiselve and it
about U o'clock a general free fight
started. Policeman Moloney of the
''herle atreet atatlon heard the nolo
oaanea imo ine naui. I
POLICEMAN FIRES OVER CROWD I p,te'nt to anend wi.elv "and wM 1 cr1"' "Thr won"" w1t the,r "Keally much of Chit dlaoontant of to
IN FIQHT WITH SAILORS. .,.. ,. ... , ... . . ' 1 1 pa. udo-auciology and pseudo-sclenc ! day u another word for lack of char-
He was apparently- greeted a a com
mon enemy ami In a moment waa
. aoked to the wall, tie Mug for hta life,
lie got out hla revolver and flred two
not Into th celling before the crowd
Kave way enough for htm to get ott to
a telephone. He called the reerv, -who
cleared the place out and atojj
- i a--1 for the rest of the session.
The r-onceaslon made by the steam- j
hlp lines In the agreement Include
s-.ihetantlal Incri ase In wagea. to that
seamen and firemen will get from M
to 40 a month, waiters 122.50 a month,
ooki from $60 to $80 a month and the
men Will be paid SO cents a day for a
meal allowance while ashore. They ha 1 '
been getting 50 cents a day ar.d a'i-I
for 7i cents.
tlNBR ST. PAVl SAILS
UNDER POLICE GUARD
London, Juno :i The American Una
-learner St. Paul, whh-h lias heen de
tained at outbaJnpton b; the strike
ol aeatnen. got away at noon strongly
n is ni.; bj polli .
Couldn't Afford Larger Apart
ment Wife Wanted and
She Left Him.
Louis Vocal proved mirth an eloquent
i lvo. ate of hi own right before Jos
tle Page, in the Supreme Court to-day
t .tat lie escaped a term in Ludlow Street
tall a a member of the Alimony Club,
'ogi was bronchi Into coum by his
wife, Klora, because he hud failed to
fay up $00 In a erued alimony Mr-
v'ogei wanted th brawn) butcher Jailed
tur hi neglet.
Ths alimony debt kikj oui of a suit
for aepar-itlon filed b Mrs. Vogcl mora
itian a year ago
"Judge, I' take you Into my confl
uence on thla matter," neted Vogei,
rlalng from hi seat .lrs Vogel and I
-pllt up When I Mil her I COUKin I a ' "
fotsi to rani a n room spsrtmanl, rnrn a:-e only loo giud to make confi
W'e had been oei :ilm: one of s x dantes of thSlr wives f thoas Wives IN
moms. I BOUldn'l ll 0 I additional affl lent, sensible women. Of course, If
expanse- an I i Icl in .1 h iff, and' a woman Immediately cries that figures
bore her or business Is n nil sance. the
then Seoul 1 . m)t lik(llv t(, UBBOaom himself.
"Now, I've been All horsed from my jractlosllyi I believe this much dis
place an I'm lea shla than avar before r-uet-wl ititton of th financial relatione
to pay tn" alimony dhe'i h nloa g in, 1 0 huaband and wife la a queatnra of
Your Hon M-. .a. ' -1 a. than I ni
a r4e Ifi pruvme, 1 I .0 11 1 00 un i.'t-e
thlnrs for hei fo 1 1 II
.luetl-.' Pag van
1 to know If the
ung ooup anild
urtthei . TI lara 1 1
When Mra, Vol'i
astjstav tori - explain
not berii prauad u;
trial afte. bin '0
.1 failed to
t -e sui' had
1 1 IV
(Vila liven, hrr
St s week aHnioni'i 1 la 1 PSa de
nounced t .'i- motion i" pitnlad Vosal for
ontenii I illrecieil ill law'r, to
.to brlns :nu . lolk togulliei
Marriage Is the Best Paid Profession
For American Woman, Says Mrs. Meyer
am a SB, 11 -
Clubs Are Making
If a Wife's Pocket book Is
Empty, the Chances
Are It Is All Her Own
Hy Marguerite Mooers Marshall.
What 1 a wlfs's Jnst ahar of j
the family Income
Do the Joy of wifehood and
motherhood ooinpnet for finan
Is the wlfe'a empty pooketbook a
factor In the dlvoro problem?
Mrs. Annie Xatlian Meyer, author of
J""1'1" M , KHa W Prattle In a
recent aWtWt regarding th ecmomto
atat.ia of th modern wife
"Th bkai difficulty !t th whole glf
uatlon 1 the woman Inefficiency,"
promptly declared Mrs. Mayer. "I do
tiot mean to ay that I consider the
great majority of American wlva In
efficient. "But there la a certain Vyp to
whom It ma to me Ura. reattle'i
article and many elmllar arUcU
ar meant to appeal a eelBeh,
laiy, eeeentlally lncapabl wom
an, who pridea bar If on a dlvln
dleoontent with the altlng or
der of man-lag whn eh oug-ht to
be dleoonteatad and dleroated with
uereeir and her lnoompetenoe
muroKi rot that 1 written be I
and about this kind of woman makes
me utterly weary. She la exalted on
a pedeetal wlien he should lie put Into
the primer claa of common aenae
- ' ' - Dwor WUMAIV s
"Broadlv epeaklng. I am. willing to i
llUPt thai W. .
hook . """" Pr" '
wm -,iLj mivr niimiKo eniptlf1
hereelf by her own fault. Tou can- ,
veiauaae me tna th average .
American man 1 not generous and lov-
Ing anil. Indeed. )ut enough to give j
hie wife all the money he can afford.
Very often he give, her mor than h
hould and work hlmgelt to a nervou
breakdown to aatlafv her .xorhtt.st
. . . . '
over nisi pari or toe daj'a work to
"It la probably true that many
i women ON spend money to greater ad
vantage than their huaband. Only
they need not pi Id themsejvea too ex
orbitantly on tliat conclusion. They
have the time and opportunity to do
their buying that. Is absolutely lacking
to the average man. He must work
all day In the office lnatead uf hunting
bin gains. Bo let the women be a little
modest aa to their own shopping
"But now Juat what do you think
hOUld be the i.l'al ec lomlc relation
between husband and wife'."' I lnter-
"When I discuss 'his question," Mts.
Meyer returned slowly, "my friends
-ay that being a happily married
- i t i I have no tight to sneak about
the troubles that beset the woman
whose htiband Is not generour and not
i lt, But I do not think one has to be
divorced in order to have IdOM on the
.t:oi a problem, nor to be the wife of a
drunkard in order' to loathe drunkan-
"I think th natvral division of
labor In th houeahold 1 for th
husband to b the bre:iJ winner and
the wife to have tl.e purchasing of
all the necassarlae of th hom and
PAY TOP THEM WITH IEB
"If th Income 1 iodt, X aup
poi a flaad allowance would b
beat. But If there la anything z
hat it la thla talk abont giving
th wife a ealary, or paying hr
tor arrloe rendered. It oheapena
tha whole marital relation.
' The huabatid earning are earned
for the purpose of supporting a home,
the wife attend to making; that ihome
what it eliould be. A aensl-ble nian
knows that hla wife cannot both be a
liome-majtor and a wage-earner. There
hould be perfect 'O-oparatlon and mu
tual triiat 1 these do not exists It can
not be a happy marriage.
TALK MATTERS OVER DURING
"A woman Should not watt until mar-
finite to estahllsti the right oasts of
confidence, The engagement period Is
the Ideal time "to dl over fully your
future husband's resources and to talk
over the financial apcrts of the future
home. It would lie better to bleak an
encasement If a man Menu unreason
able than to have recourse to the
illvor a court later from a lack of co
operation. "The engagsd man doe not often
resent (as Is comaiouty said), his In
tended s'lowintt a sensible and buslne.ss-
1 ! k e iir.'-ret 'n his money affalts. Most
1 cannot BOBCSlVt Ol
nin or un-'niry no' -u-uinng me
.- 111 11 proper, satisiaciory way.
j. R (iie.tlon ol nrsotnl equation,
uat as whether one snouiq rorflV a
j husband sf not. Nothing Is sained by
irylns i maha on Ian 10 fit every one
nut if It li Bsosasary to maka s law
thSI the poor SUSb lid turn OVSr par'
of his aarnlnga to Hi wits for th"
household, then there mUlt also bl I
lavi that tin; lfo is to run that house
hold. "I don't h?: eve In a formal division of
hi money' and her money it seems
First Cruiser of Salvation Navy,
Her Crew, and Commander Booth
fC the jiaifY M,vk.eiv AMOHt, cmrtw H
j e-v'i 0tjm kn, svvtwat - Oli MMs-oeam 12 aaTW
.. mgm eirjWtw
THE JBeXHY MVk.tlV amomkb, CSItw
C-Vet -vr.o Ml ntKSN,
marriage Tint In many ca It would
doubtb'ss be ponrenltnl and practical
for tbe hm'.niiil to : aside an allow
ance for housekeeping expense. In the
U1" of unhappy union It la undoubtedly
be,t" rnr ,h) receive a fixed
1 "M nn''" Personal allowance. Of
course. I do not think she should suffer
the humiliation of asking for
fare. Only I do not believe the truly
competent and careful wife 1 often
forced Into itlCh an anomalous and un-
dlgntn.sl posit. on
become economically Independent by j
irs. r'eatt' eutrae-is met warn
i. .- .. tnaf wives
entering the rank or the wage earn-
r." I remarked.
I Meyer heaved a sigh of deeper- .
MARRIED WOMAN'S JOB THE
. . . ...
;... hla thlnir Mine to end
their utmost to
"Th sheer, naked truth 1 that I
th average married wom in bae on
lir hande a Job far mor engross
ing, fax raor developing than any j
eb could possibly find outald.
Tiny tel. ma Z am aa enemy to the
lf-upportlua woman. I am not.
I admire and reepeot hr, whan
all 1 worthy of reapact, and X
have many pereonal friend who
ar business woman. Bat 1 Insist
that aha k I an sailer Job than tb
woman who stays at horn.
"It Isn't ploaiianter, on emphatically
I protest It Isn't more Interesting, at
least to my mind, but It 1 Infinitely
less rilnVtilt to do one dellnlte thing
for dellnlte hours In an Office than to I
superintend the doing of a thouaantl I
things In ho.isehold. And the letter
Job Is Inlnltely more developing for
brain and body. I
"The Itroadnesa' and the 'wide Inter- ,
ests' of the buetneea world are so ex- j
iiggerated. I-'very club w-crman to-day Is '
talking about the brondenlng effect of j
outside intereete, the n arrow sphere of
tha home,' and she doesn't know what
she Is talking about.
"Th horns 1 tb broadeat, wld
et, deepeet lntrat In tb world, '
and If th club ar doing anything
lor woman, thoy ar making thm
hallow, not deep.
"As my hero of 'The Lomlnant Sex' ;
say, To hear the club women talk
you'd think 'tie w-omt a It -tig from morn
to dewy eve over the waahtUba and'
the men sat on gold-mounted thrones
! laeulnc ordera to io.i Almlfhty.'
j "Suppose W'e can buy our bread baked
and our clothes made. It takes more
energy and nerve force to see. that th
things are done properly than It did
In thee old day to do thorn one' elf if
the average wife does her full duty
by her home und her husband, he will
find her time too completely! occupied
to permit regular work outtd :ho
home. Housekeeping. home-nuUtlng
never exacted ueh a nervous drain on
the mind as It does to-day "
"Now for Mrs. 1'eattle's other aug-g--tlotis."
1 ita'.d. "Do you think women
are holding; their business lobs In pref
erence to inarry'lng, and do you think
their lack of money after marriage
leads tham Into th divorce OOUrtSf
SINGLE EASE VERSUS WEDDED
"Yes, untortunstaly, but these women
are of no .Iner STSd I than th" barhelor
who prefers to llva In sltiRle luxury to
wedded economy. There are men and
women both who prefer single ease to
wedded itrenuouaneaa. Hut don't let us
pat this type of woman on i padaatst!
"But, really, after all, If you ar
going- to put It all on a inouoy ba
sts toarrlag la th best paid pro
fession, on th whole, for women.
Why mim e matter I I It not better
to raallz you ar wall rewarded
than to po aa a aacrlflolng angel
who could eru-n heaps mor if h
choae Moat v.-1va conlt earn
enough to pay for their glove and
ho with carfare thrown In. It
your tea problem
for iced Tea
JNVNlWSf OLtl Mw-erJail
le not quit th time to po ae
W&SSSS) financial eaorlllc to let a
up port you I
"Ae for Olvorce, the great causa for
the Increase of that la a lowering 01
public atandarda Wlten a woman w be
ha been divorced for cauae can le re
ceived everywhere In good wcety a
thing I would never oonnteniuice
thm k44 the door to the divorce:
r(mrt )( down ,t u another a'.gn of
. , ioriioti of our women.
ft lalrM rrejit aalf-t ont rol. a enae of '
I. . .... . .. w. ... ... .... .
vtake to mlk. nari,y ,rried
,.. ,f aivoro., ar. ,,, ,u eaay.
Itlll n0 social atlgma la connected with
tnem tl greatest encouragement fur
lf-control and gnerolty 1 taken
away. More and more well married
couple give way to tlielr outburata of
temper, to ttelr petty cauae. for dla-
aLter. Lea sociology Md more com
mou aenae will tell ua we need, not 1
more law, ljut more diameter."
WIRELESS MAN DODGES
"PEN" WITH $2,000 FINE.
Judge Martin ReconMylers in Cast'
of Treasurer of the United
Judge Martin of the Vermont dl
trlot. who while sitting tn th I'rlm
tnal Uranoh of the T'nlted States
Court here on may laal aenteju ed
VIII!am A. IKbolU Traaeurer of the
I 'nlted Wireless Telegraph Company, to
a ara Imprisonment In the Peniten
tiary on Hlackwell Island, and to pay
his abaro of tihe cueta of the prosecution
for misuse of tlie malU, ;uu ohangetl
the Judgrtnent In that oase, and In lieu
of a Jail sentence a fin of 11,000 has
DlbOll, Who ha been In the Tomb
luce hla conviction with Col. C. (i.
W'lson anil other ofllre-s of ,.i. I'nlted
wireless Company, was brought to the
I'crleral Building to-oaj bj Marahal
Hankal and, aftur psylng the nun to
l n ti I Slatai Conrmlaaloner Stilelda,
waa (llN.'liarg-d from oustn.lv. The
ohans of lantence relieves imuoii,
from paying hi simre of tiie 150.000 1
htch it coat the (rovarnmenl to pros-!
he essa afslnat wnson aadiairsoias na sawjese s r:e aoonionaj
Fulton and Bridge Streets, Brooklyn.
The etitin- stock of high-graile
wearing apmrcl, consisting of Laillen'
and Misses' Tailored Suits, Lingerie,
Linen, Dimity mid 1'oulard Silk
Dresses, Separate fonts and Skirts,
ladles' Lingerie and Linen Waists,
Children's Coats and Ureases and
Trimmed Huts w ill le offered at about
HALF FORMER PRICES
This Is a rare oppOTttinitV to fmr
e'i iss mosl ffesyibe nrttclet at n
fmuli fr iction of their Cue.
GOSPEL FOR SAILORS.
I heophtle Brim wer leeavrta fs.ooo
for Pruaietlng It.
Iror pronnotdnar the (poi amone; nrat voyaera.
American seamen, especially In the port Lltlnej In the IWle uHm and oook
Ot New York. TheooMlu AtaLn . fftr saJjtMtdj, ttj Navy"
n, - i. m. in ei !l . . . ' ; will orvrlee througii an th water about
Hi ouster, in his wtll filed to-day for pro- U, holdltsg dally and nightly eer-
liute. leave $3,000 to the Seamen' Oo. y,.,, on ,hlp and ahora Perth Amboy
I1 Soolety ju jjkfhl U to he the eoene of th Hret
Charitable triieeta of $2,000 eaoh are eervlcs
ulo made to the National Temper an o '
;-i "'lety ana the AtnerS-an Klble Hociety,
whtle $1,000 loft to th American Tract '
The hulk of the teeta'or'a nat I1
divided between hi two sons. Jacofb and !
TheopMlua Anthony Jr. Provision la'
also made for his daughter Bertha.
blf lleouwer died on June 15 at No.
HP St. Nloholun avcntie Tlie value of
lit estate is placed at "upwanle of
FIGHT OVER "mVIDEND SUIT.
hiflg UiMintu" if rrie DnHa4 Mtat
iri'uit f'ourt this Rflernoon heard an
lililtiMl1ili i ;!u MeieJantSa Trut
Company fr peemlaaloti t' Ilia a aroea
i.iii in tn aorion arousfti d) i a rwen-
t-tiiini tret RaUlroad Company o
fotrnpel the payment of piini Ipal ami in-
teivst of a not for $-K),mii
as tha sspHoattoa waa opposed hy tna
Twenty-Unrd streen Railway Company,
.IihIk leMontos ressrwsd leal at uw n.i
ON FIRST TRIP
First Cruiser GoH Into
Corr.missiop (tT tlie
Tn the presenc of about $.(1 In'er-
estad nd, for th mnit pur', reve
apeetator th Jtelvatlon Armv forces Of
the greats- city ro-dav at the Battel
dedicated th rtret cruiser of the
el fatten tfaif trim iMrtjfna root
Headed by their commnnder. Miss
Flooth, mil inar htng to th must ,,f
their national tff band, the ten M,,.n
ami women of th local brigade. In
full uniform and With Hags fK'nr.
marched to the sea wall at U.SI and
ttk pla -es shove th little basin along- '
s de the Bafajsj i ifft -e. Juat as they ar
rived tin inle1niiai I boat cam s-.-a
lng aPOund tlie tip f Manhattan laland
from her anchorage t the foot of PI'th
itreat, Baai itiver
The little t raft was a picture of all
tetitng whtt paint, pollened brass w 'rk
and streaming tuin'lne She bore the j
name of tier original owner Jerr Mc
Aulev, late fouialer iuid head of the'
Jerry M.Auley MI1on. About heel
stieer strake In g.'d letter ran the le
gend ' The Wages of Sin a leatb but the
(lft of ol Is Btrnal Ufe " She md
so brav a show that Salt atlontats nd
on-lookers alike Joined In a welcoming
She docked handily, an.1 tihen her
( regular ca-ew. In potlea white Ha
t form, carne aetv.tr an1 stalutmL The 1
sklw.er, Major M, A. Wrlckson, la him - '
arlf an old deep sratsw esxtlor 11.1 s
pretty lrttlt. wif. Mrs Ktta Brlnkaoti, j
I tin ptrreer, H H. IIewoy as th em- I
gineer who will rua th twenty hore- j
poesrT motor, while Ol ireverasjn, aleo
en es-.!l. wtian, 1 t'.e dcok hand.
MISS BOOTH OUTLINES PUR-!
POSES OF NEW NAVY.
After a prayer, a song and a hymn bv
the band. Col. Mclntyre and Mis. Adjt
Whltmor made atuirt talks Utadford'
Lee Ollbert. an architect, who married
the widow of Jerry McAulsy and who
old the launch to tbe Army, formally
turned It over. Th eddrees of accept
anc and ddtoatt m by Mia llooth
followed. Ml outlined the purpn to
' which It would be put, ling that the
Salvation Army, th chnrch of the pool
and frlendleea, now proposed to carry
' It work of aoelal ami aplrttual enocor
to th people of the water -th nl1nr.
th longenoreroon. the ship's nrew and
, all those who make their living and
; their hom upon the aeaa and river
j Than there waa a dosoloary and a
benediction and the Halve flonleta fell
Into the ranke aod mais'hed off up
town, leaving major n-nmson net nis
craw to ge' their eMp In trim for the
A All Shin Irritation
mT To prflt e tMs tiTr ptltillthCll tStl
RW monlftls from PliyMilans and QtsdsalS
WM Bsaatir! 4 Hrsllkriil kla Jf.!5jL
At the usual cost of Talcuta -3
a I'owder Bfanr r-
TA Writs for free saaipla . "II" ,
m UBMOST 1 HKBlCal. TO. A
Dept. 10 M '
$9 Lingerie Dresses. 390
JIM Lingerie Dresses H.(H)
$2S Lingerie Dresses 12.75
$5 Wash Dresses 2.5
$1(1 Wash Dresses 5.90
$15 W ash Dresses 8.75
$35 Cloth Tailored Suits ,1500
$15 Linen Tailored Suits. . . 8.7.5
$4 F.nglish Rep Skirts I.5
$3 Girls' Wnsh Dresses 1.50
$12 Foulard Dresses. . . .... 0.75
$3 Lingerie aists 1.65
13.71 Lingerie aists 2.00
Rothschild & Company,
makers of the MEISTER PIANO,
havr nrvrr at any time tolerated the use of any
pliiti became the number of people who are obliged to bay that
Way (iiilntitnlicr 'Ju" others a million to one. Rothnchild'B loaf
in i peyment plan hai been developed up to the present taa
dcni y f if thoufnt and is a tremendfms help to thoae people who
nam thr reflamS ttiriuertct: of a piano in thetr homes.
To prove he merit of the MEISTER its splendid and 4$
tfiili-d buUitiei of ron -tmction, at well as its mellow tone, wo
it .-! r plan t,f sr.ndiiiK the instrument to your home on
M Hy isyt' free titnl. I m wan to aettie all doubts in yoor
Blind a t the intrinsic vurue of the piano. The plan carrka
DO obligation becaUM if the instrriment doesn't suit you or (alls
.1. . t t . - . t i j : t. A
sum i i i I'tii minis in your esrimauou, wnv we scna iut auaw.
jiav the cortaft bat-k to nur place
Tin re i no plan In the world
snd desirable as 'utrs. and if vou
ject, ju'it. tfj it. and see.
NO CASH PAYMENT DOWN-
PAYMENTS AS LOW AS ft A WEEK
PIANO CTOOLAND SCARP FREE
W i irm Year (.uaniela WUk Kaek I
Yoti tnav che
ge from tie i l,;ht rlifferent stvlrs of MEISTER and) we wfD laadA
hi to rou lor month free ef all coat
Prices from $175 to $350
No I'Hees, Puaale Scheme or Club Plana
Piano, of Other Woli-known Makes, $75 and Upwards
Wt Pat IMS fmthtNo kilter Wkert Vm Lin
THE MEISTER PIANOCO.
(Rothschild & Co., Sole
Clarendon BldK.. S. E.
lei. btuyvesant 333-354.
ONLY 4 DAYS MORE!
Saturday until 10P. M.) Is
in nur rti'nuii Kajiic Lxirry-1 ime crcoit uuer t.rvmsj 1
You (II In Greaten New York) the Pick and Immediate
Use of the Choicest Furniture In Any Sum E4
W to 915V
WITHOUT A CENT CASH
Complete $15 Bed
Complete, 7.92 !
ft. Pillar Katenelon Tables. In
genuine golden oak. neavy ring-iuiica pir
Hi r, heavy slitiiil lens. 42 In. top; com
nlete with c.i'.ti niul 3 extra, C
. . l Sl...J II
eavei: like ilr-.lcn: orily.. O.
Open This Sat. Evening. During July and
August Store Will Close Saturdays at 6 P. M.
L'.n I 'unfi i t iifi
We I urnlsh Homes Complete
Cash or Credit
Vou get at Pennell'i twi stores
mil VaUlMS; rrul. hiIii, Ut'tuiine,
j-'iiiriiiiit't'il furniture timt will
pve VOU MtisfftOtion M lontf
you livf; you get furniture thut
trefirs, iMts, siiti-iliet, pleASCSt
Kellable Furniture -Lsm Trices
BottMti well nuide, Istest ityles
every place gUAntnteetl. Ad
rartised prices neui nothing,
(juulity meainA everytbing, You
(."t quality ! low prices from us.
(iEO. FENNEU & CO..
IMf 3d V Uet. I20t0 & 1211 SIS.
Brn Store, 1 1 Av. 4 Utth St
.Ju I ah , llaara fur II.
adratla. miii MM I'll. J uuj u If4 M
ai aaiBi.ii iKitt k is, mew uflaa as asa
uai 41 r. m.
puzzle schemes, club
plans or so-called "first
community" plans in the
sale of tins exquisite in
strument. Their method
of sale has been a straight
forward propositi on direct t
th hamr. tad not throturh
any stealer or ajrpnt who miznt
be apt to indoles in each
Rothschild ft Company
do, hoe? oven-, believe firmly
in the lone-time payment
so dean, so stxralght-foi watd
have any doubt aa tho snb-a
te iNiroreT ran cyrsia A
Owners, Chicago., ill.)
a. t a W ea. .
INew York City
Cor. 1 8th St. & 4th Ave.
TAKK ELEVATOR TO TENTH FLOOR
POSITIVELY, the last day
Outfit, like dejign, fine-white- ensrratti
bed. bronzed steal aHnforcsfJ.
spring ana soit top muttress)d
khoiceof anv size, t jarwdaasi
at the senMtlon- qv.
ally low price of .. . '.aSases,
rely absolutely upon t heir Intrinsic merit.
USED UPRIGHT PIANOS
ta good order,
$75 ( $100 $125
$3 ti $6 monthly.
Square Pianos $10 Up.
Send postal for catalogue,
WISS.M K WAREROOMSl
M lUi Ave, cor. Ittb St.. N. Y.
15-17 Flslbutn Ave.. Brooklyn.
S W. MtJi St. Phaoa mwo ' r turn
rt'. aXur covert to rai
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