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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911.
POLICE SHIELD 42
FOR HOLD-UP OF
Double WC Green Trading Stamp
Purchanes Made Before 12 o'Clock
e0 CONNICtlOM WITH
GREENHUT-SIIGEL COOPER 0.
TWO MAMMOTH J RfioKfeJhlJTrV, BOTH SIDES OF 6AVt.
BUILDINGS. wtENnwTyres. Ifl s.6lt?ST0 NCW
J So ( harqr (or Mtrralinn 7m Hom.'i s and .Uisaes' Appnrvl I ittU further Stttirr Halo Trtmmei j-Veel
CLINGING TO TOES
nus station en 1 be arrested the two
nun, who were tunning away.
Harun declared he was thrown upon
sidewalk and beaten by the men.
bath of whom ho Mttltlflad, according
g tl'n poll e.
Mooney rcporlrd that he had difficulty
In placing the young men under arrst,
as they roMstcd, he said, and threatened
to assault hlrn. Ilaron was hfVMfl
about the face, but refused medical at- I
Menrnuoana HI Shore Dinner.
I'resldent Juan J. Estrada of Nlcara-t-ia,
Mrs. Kslrada, Honor J. W Mont
csda, Honor It. Shan and Henor ii.
llrantlgiin of Nicaragua, and Mayor
Wlttpetm of Jersey City, attended a
shore dinner at Pleasure llay last night
siven tiv Mrs. l. Kern and a party of
FOR SONGS WHICH
AT HIS DISTURBER
Kane and His Wife Nipped
When They Jumped From
Bed to Investigate Noise.
BEGAN A NEW DANCE.
Yells Brought Neighbor With
Gun and Lantern Wander
ing Sea Food Captured.
And Brooklyn Sergeant Who
Wears That Number Will
Have to Explain.
Ah fsr se cmiM Tie IwrnM tn-1sy, tM
"rati dance Intmdiicrvi in i'hlsn, B. I.,
by Kilwunl Kane anil his wife la not
destined to any rrrra! popularity.
BUM Trent OMbblOfi and when he re
lumed to his home In Decker .ivnuo
alth twenty. flv fat ("rah rniiKht 'n
Statcn Inljinrt Hotinil, Mm. Kane wise
aslriri. He .lumped the aackful of live
a fond In'n a liushrl banket In tho
ftltehetl and wont o hed.
Almut ; A. If, Mm. Kane hoard a
n.ilao aa of cautious, shuffling foot, and
aroused hor hiubanil
"Somabodr! In the house, M," ahe
ah'.spered. "J can hear him walking
Kane -n. tired nn'l eloopy and didn't
think It was a burglar, but his wife was
So alarmol Lm Jumped ut of hod to
' The next nlstsrt he nave a ho", aklp
ad a Jump to the other aide of the
loom, yelling his loudest. Ills wife
louldn't see him In the dnrK and didn't
now that a husky crab had him by
very toe. She thought tho tmrxlar had
attacked him and JeuDed to the floor
to go to his aid.
Willing pincers tnstnntly Inclosed her
toes, anil she began streaming. As rho
and her husband mlnglid their cries the
new "crab dance" Liean. It had more
movement than grace and more strenu
oalty than the Apache.
It was such a dance that It amused
Kane's brothor-ln-law, Edward Oray,
la a neighboring house. Qray thought
his relative were being murdered and,
halting only long enough to grab his
botgun and lantern, he rushed over In
his night shirt.
By the lanterns light he saw Mr.
and Mrs. Kane go through the 'steenth
encore of their tcrpslrhorean marvel,
the crab that wore not clinging to their
toae and garments doggedly traUlnt
them about the room, as he solemnly
Cook Lady, Recovering From
Effects of Christening, Gets
a Long Sentence.
Follce Inspector John Murtha of the
Tenth Inspection District, Brooklyn,
hid Sergeant Patrick McCarthy of the
Hamburg avenue station on the carpet
tu-day In an Investigation of a some
what pe:illar charge made against Mc
Carthy by Cornelius Lowden of No. 1M
tVWdM declares he found a man
asleep on tho steps leading to his front
porch last night. He awakened the
man, he says, and asked him to leave.
1'fie st-p-w armer replied he was a po
liceman on iluty. I.uwdcn dldn t be
lieve him, whereupon tho man threw
back his coat nd revealed a shield
nuiu: rod a.
Tim man still refused to go away, and Monroe sound like the poo,-, 0f
Lowilon ailed up the Classou avenue i
police station. Then he awakened the i
lUfflberer again. Mo says the man got
up, ripped Ills shield from hie vest and
threw it at him. The shield struck Ixid
dtt In the face, cutting It. Tho man
picked up the shield and walked away.
Tho nuinlH-r of McCarthy's shield Is
I.'. All Inspector Murthu would say
about the case was that ho was "Investigating."
Accused by Frank Baron of
Beating Him and Robbing
Him of 30 Cents.
summer residents of Atlantic Hightail Is
CAUGHT HIM WITH HAND
IN SLEEPER'S POCKET.
Boms of the emitaceana had lost a
ptneer or two and a few were mangled,
asat there wero still enough left on the
lob to keep the Kanes busy. The crabs
bad traveraed the kitchen and dining
room in their tour of Investigation. The
sound ones ware caught and gingerly
put in a packing box, the Ud of which
was nailed down. Mr. and Mrs. Kane
then used up ail tha arnica and witch
easel they had In the bouse and went
back to bed.
CAUGHT THROUGH CHILD.
Pafltlir Father Wired to Learn of
I title Kiel's Illness.
Arxloty about his sick child caused
Charles A de CntmlleTo assistant easli-
Itr at the Brooklyn otflc" of the Amor!
can Bl areas Company, to betray hla
whereabouts after he had decamped
with 1,W. o had fled to Chicago,
thenco to St. Paul and on to Uutto,
H 0&., wiiere he wired to Ul wife at
N'o. 1 III Paclflc Ktroet, Brooklyn, Halt
la! ,,.r to send immediate tMlngl about
the child' condition. The police had
Soon keeping Mrs do Cahallero under
surveillance, and they wired to Hutt
und had him arrested. ,
Ha cam hack to-day aecompanlad by
an ii'-i nt of tha express company, and
pleaded gulHy srhen arraigned bofi
Magistrate voenheaa in t.io Adams
"I am glad it Is over," ho told hi
weeping wife before ho wan led to
rll. "I couldn't Stand being without
i.ews of thg liltle one."
Another Man on Train Said He
Was Robbed but Had
. Frank Peterson, twenty years old, of
No. T,a West Thirty-ninth street, was
held In 11 ,ooo ball by Magistrate Her
mann In the Morrlannla police court
to-day on a technical chaige of disor
The oomphilnant was BfMit I-ange,
an engl!i"er, of N i. S!sG l'aglo avenue,
'.ho Ilronx, who testltiod that he saw
Peterson attempt to put his hand In
the pocket of a sleeping man on a
Third avenue elevated train near One
Hundred and Korty-thlrd street las',
night. Ijange notified the guard and
rhe police signal
the One Hundred and Forty-
ninth street station, where I'etersoai
was placed Under arrest. During the
exrdtoment John (luyon of No. IH1 Far
One HUDdrad and Forty-fifth street
raised a disturbance by protesting that
he hail been robbed In another car of
he sumo train. lie was arrested and
a blackjack was found on him. He,
too, was held In 11,000 ball to-day for
a further hearing.
flome family In Rutherford. N J
minus the services' of a good conk be
cause Kate rtellly, she being said cook,
came over to attend a christening In
New York last night. If the Rutherford
family hankers for Kale Rellly ahe can
be found at the Workhouse.
The christening happened somewhere
In the vicinity of One Hundred and
First street and Amsterdam avenuo and
It was evidently some christening.
When Kate R flatly started home down
Amsterdam avenue singing "Where the!
River Shannon Flows" In a voice that
would make tho vocal effort! of (leorgn
she attrncted the attention of Police
man Kaetleld, who asked her whore she
was going. She said she was going to
Rutherford, N. J., but admitted that
she hadn't the slightest Idea how to get
there. Raelleld arretted her on a
rharge of Intoxication and later took
her to West Hide Police Court.
Magistrate Freschl hid a big docket,
hut he was unable to do anything with
It after Kate Relllv was placed In tho
pen. She aang through a reportol.-e
apparently unlimited with all the force,
vigor and melody of a man calling
.ii.ins tli a lAiiioaa ii.si iimniKu.i.
Freschl ordered her arraigned In siir
Sho Insisted .she was solver and a
lady. To prove it sho dug down In her
stocking and produced a Inrge roll c.f
bills. As she straightened up the fell
over backward Into the arms of a
"You have been arrested before," silfl
"Never In my life," declared the pris
oner. "I shall send you to tho Workhouse
to servo an Indeterminate sentence,"
was the verdict Of the Court.
"But, Judge," yelled Kate, Rellly,
"that'll mean 100 days."
This proved that Kate Rellly has been
In the vVorkbOUsa be fori and Is familiar
with the wystetn by which Indeterminate
sentences double with each MieeOftduQ
arrest. Anyhow, there is a family In
Rutherford, N. J , in need of a cook.
Two men describing themselves as
John and William McDonald, twenty
one and twenty-two years old, snd
brothers, living at No 777 Fast one
Hundred snd Forty-eighth street, the
Rronx, wore arraigned In the Mo-rlt-anla
Oourt to-day on a charge of rob-
I bery and assault.
Frank llaron, a real estate dealer, of
M Ksst One Hundred and I'ortv-oig th
street. Kays they held hltn up and roMed
bi n of 3o cents at One Hundred and
Forly-elg'ith street and Morris avenue
last night, llaron's cries brought Pa
trolman Mooney of the Alexander ave-
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
The antiseptic powder to be shaken
into the shoe.. If you want rest anil eom
fnn for tireil, trnHrr, aching, swollen,
sweating feet, use Allen's Kent -r'nsr. It
relieves corns and bunions of nil pair anil
prevents lilislers, sore anil callous spot
Always use it to HrcaV in New Shoes.
Don't gn nn your vacation without a
p.u knge of Allen's Knot-Kino. It is the
greatest riimf rt discovery of Ilie age
Try it to-ilay. Sold everywhere, ta its.
Pnn't MONkl uny eftOtfYflftti For
KKEE trial package, ad.lrrss Allen B,
Otmattd, l.e Roy, If. Y.
There's No Need of Be
ing Ashamed of Eczema
A Cleanly Remedy for an Uncleanly Disease.
SCHEFTEL LEFT $3,042,689,
Public nrquesfa of 1.1,000 In Will
Lottery Ticket Aeaet.
Deputy State Comptroller Julius Har
burger to-day filed with the Surrogate's
offl -e the Appraiser's teport of the es
tate of Adolph Srhoftel, who died at his
home, No. 20 I'ast Fifty-seventh stree
Sept. 13. 1900. Tho eatale, which is
valued at t,1.042,.02. Is divided between
the widow, Mrs Sophie Scheftel, and
the sons and d,oghtera, Edwin K. Bchef
toll Walter M. Scheftel, Herbert A
Scheftel. Florence S. Scheftel Pache and
Mrs. Agnes K. Wittenberg and Mrs
There are several hequests to Charity
amounting In all to (13.00. The will pro
vides for $1,500 to go to servants. The
residence, valued at IMMW, ' sift to
the widow. Among tho assets that the
appraiser values Is a lottery ticket, par
value of 1100. and drawing I per cent.
Interest. The appraiser says the ticket
Is worth I!0.
Flood Was Welcome.
H.WtKlsr.l'RO. Pa., Aug. 4 -The
heaviest rainfall since the groat flood
of 11SI tnadl Itself welcome In this vi
cinity dining the night. The record
hows prei Ipitfttlon Of I.W inches from
'i P. M yesterday to H A. M. to-day.
Much damage was done to bridges and
How to Avoid Attacks of This Com
mon, Though n umerous, Illness.
Ptomaines ere a class of alkaloids of a liifih
ly poisonous nature originating in decaying
or dead matter.
When any food containing ptomaines en
ters the stomach of s rundown person or one
whose digestive organs are not doing full
duty, or one who is weakened through neg
lect or overwork, the system is not strong
enough lo throw off the irritating matter -intense
pain in the stomach and bowels and
You can prevent this condition in your
case by keeping the system in such a health
ful condition that it can resist all efforts n,
ptomaines to secure a hold upon the digest
ive organs by a systematic and consistent use
of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
This wonderful tcnir stimulant acts like
magic on rundown and overworked system-,
it promotes a perfect flow of the digestive
juices, aiding digestion, and benefits an J
strengthens the entir system.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey ia the
only whiskey that waa taxed by the
Government ae a medicine during
the Spanish-American vor.
All druggists, groc-rs ant! dealers, or
direct. $1.00 a large bottle. Relusc sub
stitutes and imitations; they re impute ant!
dangerous. Send lor free medical boo'l '
and doctor's advire.
The Duffy Mall Whiskey Co., Rochester, N Y.
There is at but a cleanly. Inviting remedy for a disease which gloat
people have been ashamed In acknowledge ec.onia nivl its kindred skin
It has recently established an enviable record for ilsolf in New York.
Its use subjects one to no more inconvenience than the use of pure,
ewer! cold cream.
Ccftftftto is its name nuaning eortftlntjf ol act ion- -fur there is yd a
rase to record whore the relief it has given lis not been reasonably imme
diate nml nhsoluto.
Th' trouble with most eczema remedies has been that they were al
most as objectionable as the disease ilsetf If m 1 positively loathsome in
odor, from their ingri dicnts, they DftVC had t Of A bftM is form of pgftM
Ihut prows rapidly rancid.
While Cerlanlo, which is engaging the favorable attention oil lie city's
physicians, is not a col 1 cream, it has a sweet sub it nine for a base which
cannot grow r uu id, even if it is kept for months.
Its Original use mi in a Southern army mwt, by a CrgrnUM pbvsioinn,
who hail become a I'nitnl Slates army lUfgOOn. Ho bftd many aggra
vated cases of eczema to deal with. Through a Unique, ethical combina
tion of healing agents, the ellicacy of each of which every ropuAbU
phytidan recognigos, bo permanently relieved so many oases thai it wa.s
determined to put the preparation on general sale.
There is not a trace of either mercurial ointment or salicylic acid in
fert.uito both of which have been so frequently preaenl In ordinary
ei zemti remedies as to bring them as a class into disrepute. One may
freely wash with Witter after Using (Vrtantn, n M ing hich you are
warned against when using mercurial remedies.
Soma of the Worst Imaginftbl cases ( lUn trouble have been success
fully dealt with here and in 'uba since Carta nto has bean pla I on sale.
In nearly every ca.c the relict has been noticeable within I went v-fo ir hours.
Woman particularly have found its use us plea ant as it is affective
for nearly every f.. m of skin trouble, from plain pimping resulting from
Indigestion to the unsightly splotches in aggravate I forms of eeaem In
easei of redness or roughness of tlie skin, of Irritated seal pa Certautn hi
far the pleaaanteat preparation that has ever been offered which will
really do t Ik work.
It is nut necessary to sell it in scaled jars, for it does not deteriorate in
hot weathof or from age, and there is no obnoxioin.odor to bide. The jar.
nay b" opened for inspection before it is purchased.
It is sold for one ilo'.la:- a jar -a thoroughly legitimate price for the in-
redienti and ii put up by the well known drug manufacture n, Henry K.
Wampoti d ., oi Pbiladalpbia lufBdent guarantee of purity, as any
druggjil will tell you.
Cerlanlo may be found in New York at Hiker's Drug Stores. Ilegc
rnnn .V Co.' Drug Stores. Ktilish's, the Circle l'hanincv, Kugcnc J.
Ward's, Pope fit Co.'l Drug Stores, llnberinan & Co 's, T. J. Backel Si
Son's, A .1 Bauer S: Co.'s and the .lames Drug Stores. Any of those
stores will agree positively to return tho price, nil bout ipioslinn, if
artanto proves in any wav unaatlsfactory, If your ncighborhooil
druggist docs not keep it, send your dollar direct to
The Certanto Company,
200 Fifth Avenue, New York City.
I or I ho heniill of urn gl . who have
put Certanto In staga KB jo'iher will silt
an opportti nil j lo
HOUNDS AFTER GRIMSHAW.
sTIaallVaS Mire Moo W ho ahol Wife
is Htdlas m Baaehi
Although the sshsriff of Naasau Oounty,
f'lisiios Do Mitt, and tha t'onnty De
loatlVOi Qaorge J. Tydeman, feel sure
tha' William Charles iitinisltaw, who
shot his wife, Kva fliimahsyw. at Lang
Ki .i ts yesterday mornlngi has not left
t ie island of Uong Bai oh. Uses have as
.vet bean unable tu find lUn. ah trains
and bouts leaving Iong BeaoJi and roint
Lookout for 1 1 i mainland are searched i
l ut nothing liar been learned about the
The county officials fe i quite sure
that Qrlmshaw u hiding somewber s
among the sand dunes between the
wagtarly end of Iing Ueach and th
Inlrt nt Jones Beaoh, Hevcr.il denuty
KhtrifTs have made a search without
success and now there la a llkellhoad
tiiat the county's pack of MOOdhOUtsds
Will be used to Hall litimshiivv. Home
af his olotMng bus been found and Will
aid the dogs in their work. Mrs. llrlm
Kliaw WOI reported at the Nassau Hos
pital nt Mlnsola us ponalderably im
proved and will probably recover from
the bullet Wounds which la In the abdomen.
Going out of town for the snim-
mr may nave i ne worsts ooin
to them, and uaoreas cnJJigeu
often aa dealrisd.
Morning; World, lie per week,
livening World. OO per week,
HunJay Wtnu, 3c rer surnu,
l..I ur reiQ.llsacs to Ui
Kow Going On, The
of Brill Clothes
For Men and Young Men
With An Average Saving of 40 Per Cent.
$20,J18 &$15 Summer Suits ,.013.50
s25,$22&$20 Summer Suits Reduced .oJl5.50
and $30 Summer Suits Reduced to521.50
For this twico-a-yenr sale thoiUfUldl of men
who know Hi ill Clothes values wait. It is the
niosl import ant olothing event of the year. High
grade summer suits which have heen the very
best values to he had at the prices at which
they have heretofore been sold, from $1,5 to
$86, are now reduced nn average of 10, or
almost one-half; offeriilg most unusual oppor
tunity for savin'' money. Suits such as these
are certainly worth buyiogi even to put away
until next year; many are such patterns as
many men wear the year round.
nitfUDWAY at 4Bth St 79 BROADWAY, near Chambers St.
47 COKTLANDT ST.. near Greenwich. U3th STREET, at Jd Aye.
IN ION bWUARE, 14tb Street, West of Uro.id ...
10 TO 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE
AT I49ST ENTRANCE OF SUBWAY OR ELEVATED
FREE cSZS." FREE
This Imperial Leather Couch
4. X Ik II .1.1
?' i.T..ii"i'it'i." ir,7i'7V
C Hsaular ftlie. ii!.
Free with Every Purchase ol $50
4-37G Last isiO'.li Street
Nest Door to Post Of Clcc
YOUR TERMS ARE UK rERMS
K JtsW . . . i.lvO
BRASS CFD "bsolulely FHt1
With livery Purchase ot $75
Call and Convlnei YonrMll
irr.T pr.YMCNT Hour.E in n y, lnl
DOOR WEST OF vAVE
t (I 'sill
ajnranirc nii AiiTiinr
lift Or WEEKLY
' ' . I. 'i Oil
IIIlM t. IH
1 Hju r.oi)
rt ui ii Ast or
$3.00 Duwii on vii'.GO
mmw iims IIIIVKlim Valne tli
0 fassillllf In m IBAs (. f.eo.OO With Kvrrv Ver hs.
IP R H
We Close Tomorrow at 1 o'Clock
Midsummer Sale of Furniture
and of Allied Line ot " Everything for the Home"
now in progress and to continue fhrniii'hout this month.
This remarkable MONEY-SAVING di persal of first
class merchandise embraces the following leading
items displayed in our GRIinNHUT building.
Furniture Carpet Beddlna Refrigerator
Hug China Glasuare Kitchen Ooodt
Curtain VphoMery Picture
Until I o'clock tomorrow afternoon these sales will
be open to YOUR selection.
Come as IiARLY as convenient, of course
Every modern facility for
rapid and satisfactory shop
ping is hore. Change is
made almost insiv.itaneously,
parcel? are wrapped at ex
press speed and the service in
general is the best in Greater
New York. Remember, too,
thar for "last minute shop
ping" tiie Big Store's prox
imity to all railroad terminals
is an additional factor. The
Greenh u t-Siegel Cooper Store
is the placo to buy ALL neces
sities lor week-end and vaca
tion trips DECIDEDLY.
300 Blue Serge Suits
These Are in Summer Weights ft
.i 'm sPssntsfsvi Qtiilva fviv ftIon Y
ICIHI III 1 iMHUtl sJljf IVO I ri "
and Youths: Tomorrow . . .
The distribution will begin at store-opening time (8. .10) Saturday
morning, and it's safe to say that every suit will be sold long before
me closing hour 1 oetoeK.
PLEASE A similar offer a vcar ago proved the biggest at
COME traction of the hnlf-holiday season, and we expect an
EARLY even grcuter crovd in response to THIS announcement
because lo the blue serges we have also added 200
FANCY SUITS in nil sizes to sell at Ike Mtnc price. Al l. SIZES
FOR MEN AND YOUTHS EVERY CHEST MEASURE FROM
30 to 46; also "stout" sizes for big men.
Odd 8 u i t tt for tn 0 r
Men & Youths D.O3
$1 2, $1 1 and sis values , Muc Mrgti
fane v worsted u rid liiilt-linvii
f $9 7K Tnn Uuh"
tl I tlj rii-rl7. d Italniiint.t
just what you need lor your vaca
tion trip. The price is for SATUR
CAiof'cc of Any Suit in Our Store lor $14.85
Men's and YounR Men's $2S and .) Men's $25 and $3S Oray and lancy
Lnjillsh Worsted Suits; Cassimere and Cheviot Suits;
Men's and Younn Men's U and S30 Men's $20 lo J.tO Fall Overcoats ;
EtiRlish Blue Seree Suits; Men's $20 snd $25 Knullsh Kaln-
Men's $2.S and $.10 Black Unfinished coats;
Vt'nrsteJ Suits; IN Silk-l ined Pttll Dress Tuxedo and
Men's $20 Fancy' Worsted Suits; Prince Albert Frock Posts snd Vests,
Sale of Men's end Youths' Trouaera
"Crown" and "Klnuly" M.M and $4 " KlnRly" I $4, $S and $ "Kindly"
Trousers lS0: Tr.iusois S2-TO ' Tr-uscrs ... g.'.SO
O-ld ( loth Vt'sth sics $1.51) Hlnek fnlliied Sum- ; $3.50 Auto Dueler lso u
34 to .18 39c mer Offlri' Coats 111 fc worth $4i $2.50
Him- Serae ITnllncd Costa I $2.50 Automobile Hunt-1 f.t and $0 Aulo Dusters fln
rei!ulsrssndsimiis$3 I era $1.50 I est mohair and linen $3.60
MAIN BUI Lima
n to $3 Straw Hats
at 60c and 90c
Our Own Former Clearance Price
Further Reduced tor Tomorrow
This is a
ahnuf I4u0 hats
for men and
dds and ends
frum our Rresl
Mocks. That the styles are desirable is umply
provnl by the fuel lliui iheir duplicates have been
solJ at rcRiilsr prices.
The UatH nf K'tuU,y II snd SI SO ' ir.ws ln
. nl Mm class iSMaikse, Mscklnaw. uplii an I
" VFVfX .,tli, hi.i.K
1 1,,- ii,, i. m. bsaUilrSI M.UU.MsndUierert
. fflii'' ' n"'-' BnJ i"iifh seaajlsi
arVTS. Ulhn and Macl.,n h lids
1f ffffM, Tic steal ViiIiwh in ,V"ii York.
a, ) C4I I ou niay nave cnoica ot too rem lo
"t- tssttiiQl dBr"r ' : ! 11 N 1 'A N A M A H I s.
(MAIN i:.i .J as, SavoaJ Huor.l
Men's $3to$4$1 ftQ
Every leather, sirs and width
is represented. All of this f jor
wear Is msdc wlrh Cioojyejr.
we'r sulci. Ti.m rrow's price
makes it worm while U
NO for next "lum
Two More Spe
cial for Men. and!
Otu for Bog
Men's White i'nnius OulinK Shoes and Oxforda -rilbbff
or lealher soles; (he samples and burplus
fotk of a pr.iiniiieiu inanulaelurcr; $2 OA
and $2.50 gisdc- ut OaC
Men's StsssJM Oiiorda- ull with Goodyear-wcll
sule" , all styles and leathers; sizes 5 lo 74; A
and B WsOtbs; $2.50 and $3 grades; tjs t
Hoys' Sl.iK's and Oxfords various leathers; all with
Onodvear-wells'ilcs; all sues up to 5 4; $ JQ
$Jmd $3.50 grade- ii ai. ... KJOV
(MAIN Unfiling, Sacoad t-ioor.)
buy Asa um9mM
f m a i rssssT
Continuance of Our August Sale of $0
Excellent Pianos at "U
Nowhere cl; e is if possible to l9CUrfl so much SOLID,
INTRINSIC VAI.UI: in a musical instrument, at so MOD
EST a Hure. The description below affords SOME IDEA
Ol hOW GOOD they are. But v e would like to SHOW them
10 you. Will yon not call, tomorrow?
. Continuous solid drugs
2. Extra liraiy bell rn e t a I
3. Double repeating pattnt
4. Solid brass pedals.
i. finest urade anil extra
heavy (U rman fell ham
6'. rittarnnteed Ivonj keys.
7. full copper-iround strina
in entire bass sertinn,
finest steel strings in
treble; three unisons.
Terms: 5 'r $5
lleauliful case, double re
neered, mahogany, with
ofltiV No Extra
Revolving Stool and Protection ( oier free also free Itelictry
and Tuntlt for Oft Year
(WIN Uiuliiing, Fe Ml Floor.)
-,f l.V tff. .' f.-
A Vacuum QT
Bottle for OOC
This bottle will
keep liquids HOT
fur 24 hours or ICC
COLD for 72 hours.
Indispensable for the
touribt or, the travel
ler; for picnicking,
osn OF THE?!
vacuum uorri l.s-
oi.h.'iiar still. TWil l K
THKEF. OF THL'M
wlll anlve hum u-ob-Icm
DUMINO HO WARM
W'r.ATHER. This hoiilu
is ill the " Isle apart "
Hi, J ll can be EASILY
i It AM' I) iuuiuriuw'a
price lalhe lussat t vrr ,, --i tor Q
s fovJ. rsllablr vacuum bonis. Oa)f
i-or .saiuriisy only.
MAIN HuilJing. :
econd ll i I
d J-. TiJ Meat. Fresh Fruit, Cake, and All
rur ouiiua s uuiuvi '--other stapi
Only one quality PHI. HLST. everybody knows Ml- Hi
pr.iof. Mail and 'eleph ilie urder tilled Call .u. u 4.1)011.
Plt'sh M fills
c and Fancy Groceries.
Store's fame for low prices and here's mora
Naar BUpeUei ffSSJ our "llsvllghl"
Bsksry about svsry mi raisutas.
PKI sll 1'iHMl i IKU QQaa
sssb, hi J lis 0,L
THRU I. ATM I Hits .f lavara of
dflliclous. Iighi, fluffy cake, with purs
frull l II S brt.aari lha lstra, 111,.
i.-eJ; ssoh, 41c ssd .
SPONGE i IKfcS, snl fooJ sahfl,
Sold leil cakas, Mocha cskss or IKn
currani akr; rach . . elSli
MIMHY VIDOW FOUND OO
CAKES each, 90t ; 1 Iba u,v
NABISI.O SI , w WA EEKS -tu
IMPORTED HERRING cooked ready 'o
serve; o cans, ,19c; 111.
aval ess lul-
DUCKt fraah-killed Long
CHII KBN1 laelSS quality dry
POWlr avlected frssh killed;
I Mi: KENS fr.ah klll.J, for
ROAST BEF.E cho.;a . us ..f
nativt ribs: la
CORNED BEFF vho.ee cuts or C
nlal nr r !h f's.
MUTTON- lass of fancy Canada
l.AMB liii of fancy sU.
POKK--hole loins of fraah
Jersey ; lb
RIPE WATERMELONS JJgg
KIN, JUICY LEMONS gg
RIPE. SMI EE
SAWWICHtl frsssll made with
ham, ..tccae or corned beef; each. .
ICE CKfcAM CONES-made Iismss
nilnuir, dot., 10c; i cones, with
PR;.SH i it! VMERY BUTTER
H III I 11 HAM-rns.-hme-
sliced order: lb
LARGE, IIYE SO ET-SHELL
(MAIN Uulldlni, Third Fleer )
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