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; FARM MYSTERY
if MURDER SUSPECT
IS UNDER ARREST
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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, VMAY 15, 1912.
'Man Picked Up in Paterson I;
Held in. Search for Se
V '" Th' Iriil suspect to bo nrreMr-c In
tile mystery of Mrs. .Minnie Mark's
'''muni it on her husband's truck farm
iienr Scaiicus, N. J early yesteriluy
wka mnile In Paterson late lunt nlg-ht.
HT.1e man gay lie Is Adolph Ilacliman
and that he ha4 once worked on a farm
jr nrnr Hecaucua. Ills description Is irald
tt tally with tliat of a hand dlachanrod
After he had been arraigned bufore
neeonler Carroll on a charge of drunk
runc tlachman was iii(.-MlmitJ by de
Mectlies. He denied lie had eer heard
'.of "Sir. M.ick or knew h murder had
.been committed, He was sent to thu
, The fact that the luitneroui dons
aoout tne .Maok Mini, particularly a
Jlvklous mntiKiel which wn uhalnrd near
'the back door of the house, did not bai
'or Rlvc other alurm of the appiouch of
itie murderers Is the slnitle slender
clue upon which th Si-caucus detectives
are working. This mtiet Indicate, they
reason, that those who were bent on
i robtery and murder were known to the
t Mlessonlns; from this basis the ofllrera
are l mllii every effort to locate the
two farm hands whom Mack discharged
a iVrt time prior to the murder after
dispute over money. IVrsons have.
ocen iounn wno say tney nearn bom
ofthee' men threaten to stay arnmd
Siemens lone enourtt to "Bet even"
with Maok for their fancied Grievance
Minnie Kahr. who was a Kucst at the
.i. i Mack home a the time of the murdpr
and who did not awake until several
liours after Mrs. Mack was killed, to
KetheY with two farm hands in the em
ploy of the truck gardener, aro under
surveillance because their presence as
witnesses Is Rreallv desired by the Hud
son County authorities. No suspicion
I directed aralnst any of them.
, Coroner Kugelmann and a Jury
Viewed the body of Mrs. Mack to-day
No date for the Inquest has been set.
JUSTICE RESCUES GIRL
,.,FR0M TWO BOY BANDITS.
Meagher Collars Younsr Purse-
Siiatchers on Bridge Plaza and
Knocks Their Heads Together.
Municipal Justice. Philip Meagher on
I Mi way to court at I.ee avenue and
Clymer street. Brooklyn, am.iv two
fifteen-year-old boya atruroltnc; with a
young girl at Grand and Rodney streets.
.ia -the Williamsburg liridge plaza to
day. The Justice ran to the, girl's aid
and found that one of the boya was
fenoklng her while the other was wroe.
Ing a handbag from her. Justice
Meagher took both by the collars. They
kicked his shins and tried to get away,
The Justice rapped tho lad'a head
" together until they promised to be good
A great crowd had gathered and a tele
phone massage was sent to tha Bedford
,. avenue station, which wns answered by
Detectives Dowllng and Behan.
The boys, John Lupott of No. t Keap
streot. and Jere Jeanetta of No. 18rt
.Hope ttreot, wcio sent to tho Children's
J Court. The girl, Irene Hardy of No,
UA (Jraham avenue, said she had never
seen them before they dashed out of a
.doorway and tried to snatch her hand-
bar, whlsh contained SO cents; a photo,
inpn uiu a, aunt ring.
Justice Ryan held both boya for ex
aumlnatloti without 'ball on the state
ment of the (Ctrl' father that hla
-daughter .would be too III to leave home
i before Friday.
'WIFE'S EARNINGS FAIL
TO CANCEL ALIMONY,
Court Refuses to Relieve Dr. Gra
ham-Rogers From, Penalty !m
posed by Divorce.
i Supreme Court Justice Pendleton laid
i down the law to Dr. Charles Theodore
Graham-Roarers, an Inspector for th
H Htata Labor Bureau, to-day. when he
'ordered him to support his wife and
ohlM In a manner to which they have
he an accustomed, despite the taot that
' Mrs; Orahara-Rogera recenUy divorced
Dr. Qraham-Rogera contended that
his wife, who Is a trained nurse, ia able
to aupport herself, ami amtea to no re
lleved of that reanonea&mty.
"Plaintiff la not required to seek em
nlovment." aald Justtca Pendleton. "I
she does It to earn additional comfort
for herself and child, the defendant l
not relieved from Jils obligation.
' Justice Pendleton said that the decree
of divorce did not prevent the father
frnrn eelnr h i child, and warned botn
parnnta not I" discuss their differences
perore tne cnnu,
' Tim child, a bright lad. four and
hir vears old. Is In the mother's cue
tody. Mrs. Oraham-Rogere. In applying
n dlvorre. named Miss Elizabeth
WettlncfeWI, a Syracuse University
' 'graduate as co-respondent.
MR. GRADY'S KICK TOO LATE
...iratrd t'lre Sprinkler Bias
f When All lied Been Rejected
M Trnnr X. Grady, vice-president of
j the Master Builders' Association and
nn nf Mayor (laVnor's most diligent
correspondents, addressed a complaint
te His Honor to-day cnarging mm in
manner In which specifications for the
Insinuation of fire spriiiwers in in
M.irnnnlltan Museum of Art were
' drawn 1 against the provisions of th
1 Pin- C'JiHrler.
'L Wile wun opened by Park Commls
Honer Stover, but all have been ro
Ui-imI. li ts rimmed by Mr. tlrady that
i'ii. hihcIM i-atlons were o worded as I
. tiii-vrnt the of any other than th
i:tv KDrinkler. a patented product mnn
uf.:inif l by II. Vugel & Co., whone bid
wax lowest after an estimate by A,
Michaels was thrown out.
I'jrk I'ommlssloner Stover said ti)-iia
he fallrJ to see Mr. flrady's point, In
" view. oJ! the fact that all bids had been
t. H. Macy & Co.' Attractions Are Their Lew Prices.
AssV W Waisstrlsratcl Square, efi Broadway, 34th to 35th St.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE
Macy's suprerracy in household furnishings is so widely
known as to make comment superfluous.
auttice to say that we are as thoroughly prepared to satisfy
bungalow as we are tor a Newport villa,
your derrands for a
with savings in each case.
Sixty-Piece Glass Sets
Tlity consist of (ivcsizcsof glares,
a dozen ea.hs.zt' beginning with the
cordial size and includingthe Saucer,
Champagne, Wine, Claet and Gob
Plain Bohemian Glass Sets $7.4Z
Kngraved Bohemian Glass Sets.$10.JJ
t-tched Bohemian Glass Sets. . .113.71
Gold Band Decorated Glass
Jananesu oottcrv vases with bam
boo svicker trimmings and bamboo 1
v, icKer snaues wtin mix linings, oi
green, red or yellow,
$18.38 and $11.38
Separate Bamboo Shades, nil silk
lined to fit your present lamp.
$3.49, $3.81, $4.49 ami $5.89
Tall Crystal Lamps, with frosted
globes, $5.88, $8.38 and $9.38
Lamps with Japanese Bronze' Bases
and Art Glass Shades,
$18.38 and $21.78
A large assortment of Gas
and Electric Lamps, BronzeElec
troliers, Domes, Lanterns, Hall
Lamps, Candlesticks and Can
delabra, at yi off our former
Imported Sets with Cut Stems.$2U9
Bohemian Glass Service, deco
rated with neat, uold bow-
knot.design, to order $51.88
China for the Table
Our stock el china on isle and In reserve! trsater than the cimbined sleeks el
all the other New York Department Skits.
Our potteries in France, Germany and Austria, make il possible for us te aell china
far about what other lleraa have te pay fer it.
We introduced open-stock dinner ware in America. We are still the
headquarters for it. Our open-stock display now number 157 patterns, 17
of which arc from our pottery in Rudolstndt (Germany) and tight of
which are from our own decorating works in Limoges (France).
These open-stock patterns can always be replenished a breakage or
your greater needs niaie necessary
100-niece American Porcelain
Dinner Set, decorated with neat gold
line and any initial in gold to order.
Regular price fS.97.
Special for this sale, $6.49.
100-piece open-stock English Por
celain Dinner Set. decorated with
narrow gold border of conventional
design and centre of Chinese roses,
with Indian tree background.
100-piece Blue Willow open-stock
English Porcelain Dinner Set, with
ancient Chinese decorations, in blue,
picturing the transformation of the
lovers into doves.
loo-piece American Porcelain
Dinner Sit, decorated with neat
pink floral design. Handles have gold
tracings. OUr regular price. SH.49.
Special for this site. $5.49.
loo-piece Op?n-stock Royal Doul
ton Porcelaiu Dinner Set, decorated
with the Indian tree design, but of
better ware than the English porce
lain set of similar pattern.
loo-piece open-stock English Por
celain Dinner Set. decorated with
narrow gold border and centre of
Chinese roses, bearing English pheai
ant. This is a very pretty and artistic
ucstgn lor inc uuncaiuw.
v-Piece, ll-Piece and 12-Picce l.nglish Porcelain Toilet Sets in
plain white, with gold decoration or in neat floral patterns,
trimmed with Rold.
Prices, $2.89, $3.89, $4.89 and $8.49 up to $19.89
R. If. Mncy & Co. 'a Attraction AraTheir Law Price.
.ila.eu.rm, mill m ,
FOR LAWN AND STREAM
Fishing Tackle Outfit, $1.98
comprising three split bamboo bait rod
with extra tip, good nickel plated multiply
ing reel, one silk line and one braided
cotton line, three packages of assorted
snelled hooks, float, box of split shot and
small sinkers, rubber frog, spoon and flies.
Price tlscxhtn, 43.00
Eight Ball Croquet Set, $2.49
with eight large 7-inch mallets, made of
maple. Heavy wickets with sockets an l
large heavy stakes. Packed in strong box.
Price tUnchae, $),00
I fifth Floor.
Your bungalow will not be complet without the happy infiueme ef'muiic.
We ate siding on the Fourth Moor, J4th &t tt lull-size,
mission-finish Upright Grand Piano, of the quality which ClIQ AA
sells everywhere else at J225.CO, for f 1 17. UU
This instrument has the full 7X octave, ivory keys, tlitce pedals, latest,
double repeating action and sounding Iward of thoroughly seasoned wood.
Latest modef "Straus" aa-note Player-Piano In mahogany finish. It is
fitted with the clever automatic tracking deMice which keeps tho rolls on
the track and prevents discord. The Player may be closed, which makes
the Piano exactly like any upright Piano in appearance and use. vi l,a,e
satisfied ourselves that it cannot be duplicated elsewhere aOTr? ti
foe less than M50.00 $aWO.UU
Hand-Recorded Temporized Music Rolls
At prices from i to less than elsewhere
The tempo is cut in these rolls, permitting any one to gie an artistic
rendition of any musical composition. They are made in 88-note form only.
Adapted for use on all standard 88-note player. Some of the
Kaee Maid. The HMb.rr, hire.
Ursnlrnslaedtcu 11.73 l)ie
8elfrl Ions. .
Introdortof : (II HuMtbcsnt.
Wlm sal Ool Follow,; (3)
Th ltW Vtulln (3) TIm
Cvurae jf True bm; 4i
Itox Bloom (or harm; IS)
Wbm Ywu Uttlt Uwu
Heat TocitlKt; 0) Maou,
tUwarr. Sons. Nevla COo 20c
Slteer Threads Anions
the Uold. Mandolin Ar-
ancement. lluki sou "JOc
Oh. .Mr. Dream Man.
Sons- eon Titter Too 44c
lade lie Back to the
(tardea of Lone. Hons,
Rum Tsm Tlddla. bonv.
Ureama at Loos Aao. Son.
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Tka I Jllln Tin ram
e'ather. Hons. Hnrder
J.. sTa-.lln Hf aisaeraf:
Wltru a . ai(im as .'' 1"
rhr (iotta Unit Klrkln'My
lloun" Uiw eona.
Troller Car Iwlnr,
Dons. Omnt 7c
Mlutr llnl,n. fu!rtl,.n'
lLU-wlo.'lai: it) Inn lUttrdt
UtiSi 181 'irimlll JIum; 3
llg 1)0 Vou Ilo. Mln Utf
time; H) Mr rluourtu lilrl.
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tit. I)lirf; (CI It You Til
in lour Ditto, Drn't altnlluii
Mjr Nmt; f) SMrtou 11m.
l'owular Hrleetlons No. RH
IntmnSKliut thr iMml Urtacl.
r llrlsi (I) ltf.1 Kim Iliii
(31 n, 1 Ukt t-hs iimif
with Mr Hull; 13) lii, Y,ii
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errr 11,00 (Hie
We display a greater number of pieces of sheet music than any other
store in New York.
Our stock regularly numbers more than 5,ono titles. All, popular and
classical, arc sold at "lowest-in-the-city" prices.
Collections o'f music peatly bound at prices less than any other store
Schinner'a Library of Musical Classics
W an ti onlr Un In tti ill) o!llr Una ! far lri thin Iht puh.
lltljtrt' fltcil rii.
Long evenings or rainy days will have no terror for the isolated bunga
lowist if he has a Victor along.
With a Victor you can have the kind of amusement you like, when and
where you wish. You are in command of entertainment without end.
We have a complete line of machines from SIS 00 to $200.00.
We have n complete stock of records nt prices from 0c to 17.00
Whatever your plans for equipping cottage or bungalow this
Summer, they may be brought to artistic as well as economical
fulfillment by a visit to Macy s.
We display principally those articles which will give the maxi
mum amount of wear at the smallest comparative expense.
The range of designs and prices is so wide as to meet, your every
requirement. All goods are marked at Macy s customary
SPECIAL DELIVERY SERVICE
For Uteri of Our Deposit Account.
a an additional convenience tor. tho who carry a lepnlt account,
from Uar IS
Katt ol the MluUslniil Hlver, all purchases chare
are in fixiMcnre pnor to May tnin.
.M.rcnanaiae wnicn, under ine
DrHlt Arcouata that
In Hptemher lBth, t 1 1 v r r free to any point In the I nltcd Mate.
tr the rcauiatlon or
can t. tent by matt, .will he tilling frmituhtu (i 1 Unum ,l:nin.
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iliv in mi a,.,,.. .,.a. ,
rauiaiinn or tn I'nit umce l)('H,
f's Bureau of Homef urnishing Salesmen
a. ., Thtnt Hoor .mil Mt., H'wiT. 'I 'sriassaT
Will provide experienced salespersons to shop with you. if you so
Tliey are familiar with our stocks in all departments and are com
petent to advise in all matters having to do with the house.
After assimilating your ideas they will give you the benefit of their
expert knowledge of decorations, or will take the entire planning off
your, shoulders, as you wish.
Whether you contemplate fitting out one room or an entire house,
you will find their assistance valuable.
1 here is no charge for this service.
Wicker ana Willow furniture
The display of the popular Wicker and Willow Furniture has been placed in n charming bower of multi-colored
lights ar d flams on the Fourth floor. The designs are the newest. Many of the piecw were Imported direct by lit.
Others are tV choicest of the domestic market. In tlx assortment may be found:
Arm Chairs and
Rockers (or the
Porch Chairs and Rockers
of wood frames,
with double willow
seats and backs,
Tables of all desired
almost any use. '
Tea Wagons, ,
Waste Paper Baskets,
Wicker Furniure is mate from cither mnrsh reeds or bambco. The fibres are tubular in "hare and extremely tough In
texture. After bein treated, the reeds are bound tightly around the reinforced wooden framework of ths article
under i.ro:ess at mai utacture. i ne raRTTiTmimrai TiOTtiTmTiftlCTIiiimifrmiriVH:
completed product is ..early as sitw --a W j llffl-J 1 ! M . jM I ft
as steel cna scarcely nore suscepunie iVR 1 1 "'l f I " i !
The material lend', itself either to
staining o: enarrelli' g ai.il the furni
ture may be had in . variety of color
white, gray, 'ead, tan. brown and
i?reen are the colors which predominate,
but we will stain any piece in any
color ycu desire.
White Enamel Wicker Suite, )A. ,,,.) $53.32
Cks'ra and Settee have the square back and wide arms. Ths cushions are corned with cretonne in ths louljr, soft, eld
tapestry patterns that run Into browns, (reens and dull rose tones.
Thv rnm. In fh llirtr.rotit lz only
Anoth.r, with luntlnunui i)""t". unlit luiv to inako
..$1424 I Chair, separate $13.49
..$16.91 With cushions $16.16
Table to Match Suite, $15.24
The veranda fitments occupy an important place in Summer furnishings. We have a large assort
ment of rockers, t hairs and settees, with double woven cane seats and backs. They art- stained in natural,
red or green shctles, We will stain them to order in any other shade at slight additional cost.
Rockers 79ctoJ5.67 I Chairs , 84c to J2.79 Settees $3i9teJ496
The iwuiin Couclna have reached the acme of comfort this Summer. We have them with either the portable
iron frames, or ropes and tackle to swing from the ceiling, and with closely woven springs, soft mattresses or
cushions, reversible head rests, pockets and wind shields.
They are surprisingly lew priced. For instance, a Swinging Couch of canvas, with stand, ma be had for $12.71
A Swinging Couch ofwhitecanton.with collapsible stand, soils elsewhere for J20,u. Our price is $14.98
White Enamel Iron Bungalow Beds
toot alio only. One with five larve iln-il flllr roils anil l.r.i.i irliiimlni I lrlcrd at 10,34,
Hmtx, unlit luiv to inako a nmull. loir room look brlvhter and Urar, l prlveil at IH.U4,
Rustic Benches, Arbors, Bridges
Red Heart Log Cedar is used principally in the construction of arbors, pergolas, Summer house and otl er per
manent structures exposed to the elements throughout the year.
Silver Birch Wood is less expensive, but not quite so sturdy as the Cedar. It is employed principally in the
manufacture cf articles which can be easily moved and protected from Hie weather, such as porch chairs, settees,
tables, etc. It is light in color and grareful In contour.
Gnarled Laurel Wood Rod is so hard that U is difficult to drive a nail into it. It Is tqually as durable as l?od
Cedar. For this reason, lawn furniture, especially settees, is made of it. Its principal characteristic is the odd manner
in which it Is twisted arid gnarled.
Side Chair $7.49
Flower Stand $624
Side Chair, slat seat $4.49
Bird House $2624
Dog House $37.49
Flower Pot $324
Lamp I'ost $2624
Swinf, with Slat Seat and
Side Chair. 13, "4,
Rocker, with arms,,
Pctt. 5 ft Ions, 2S In, nlflr. all til Arm rhalr. 19
Side Chair ,
Settee, with One Seat and
Back .... $8.49
Arm Chair . . , $14.49
In case you desire something extremely individualistic in design, wt will submit a
ketch according to your imtructiins, or will execute your own designs, be it for a chair, a
table, an arbor or a summer house.
Basket Camps $6.74 to $19.49
Their shapes and
The odd art of Japan was the inspiration of the maker ol these lamps,
ciieenui ngniing enects are all characteristic oi mat counirv.
We have them both fo'r kerosene and electricity and it is a critical ta-te, indeed, that fails to
find something to suit in the great variety of styles offered.
The base and stem of the lamps are encased In wickei and the shades are made also of
that material. They art lined with brilliant cretonnes, through which the light shines, suffusing
the room with rainbow-hued tints.
One of the most popular of thev lamps looks like a giant mushroom and is stained in a
shaded or iridescent effect. Othcis havt! tripod bases, broad bowl shaped bodies, tall tapering
cones, topped with hna-l shade the stles are endless.
Natural, Old Ivory and "Jjp lirown" colors predominate, but any other color will be made
up to order.
Electric Lasjip, 16,74, Tula las a M at fnV trtno1 ami ilnmt stiailr. lined with flnwerxl cri.
Rt!nl P.ivntr kwr limn tin M Mniln wtih inumt l.i.k.f haie. In ltii br.iwn rerd. broma burner. It
"r v.w. . ,.,,.,- ,... .,--..,. , , -),., ,.f hp., urn WmmA. 1
It may tin had clttier In rhe natural Mad atr
AxA It a !uiitlu ImlilMr of reel with broud haia
Tntonne ta roe dtfvlKri,
nn. u ttiiiiii. ititw iipi
Special Banouet Lamp, 419.40. 'In lamp U its f.et tall.
t n ,JM ,r()Wlli T10 (nn.J
mul i-cownt'd with a flurn-,iuiril aliailr, llneil with it
" Herald Square,
Prairie Grass Rugs
Made from the tough wire grass
of the swamps of Wisconsin and
Minnesota. I hey arc easy to keep
clean for the reason that dust
Mfts through them. A gentle
shake and a brushing w ith a damp
broom Is all that is required.
The warp forms tho Uiic color
of the plain rugs. In the figured
rugs the center is made of the
warp and the colored border
stamped around it. The principal
tones of brown, red, green and
blue are prettily blinded.
These floor coverings may be ob
tained in runners of various widths
as well as the regular rug form.
Prairie Crass Ruse, Plain
54x90 in.. $1.98
m 9 ft..,, $324
h.xio ft.... $434
sl2 ft.... $4.48
HxlO ft $5.74
9x12 ft $8.14
9x15 ft ...,9.48
Pralrta Grass Ksnnsrs. Plain
In alsss M inches, S4 Inches and 72
inches at He, He and )2t, rssssctitsly.
These coverings take you back a
long way. Grandmother's fingers
did not knit them, but this fact Is
by no means evident.
They are made Just as she used
tomakethtin-wltliout any pattern,
in the hit and miss designs. Some
are in light shades and others ,u
dark. All are oval in shape.
We are showing them in two sues
only, but wc can taka orders for
them up toy feet x2 ft
lHx.16 in.. 2Pe
-tx45 in... 34e
27x54 in... 5fc
.K).W) in... 78c
J6X72 in... j 1.14
Prairie Grass Kufs,
Mxli In... $4.98
Wxoo i".. $3.49
A New summer Rug
' Called the Akt Hug. Made of
fibre and wool. They arc woven in
such a malinerns to make them re
semble Scotch Art Rugs. For that
matter they me practically a high
class art rug in all but price.
Incidentally wo were the origina
tors of these rugs and they can be
I hey are reversible and will
wear1 well. Three sizes:
Macys I Macy's
Sire I'n.i' St?" Price
J6X7J in $15 6x9ft... $7.74
Wu have priced our Japanese
and Chinese mattings far below
the prices for equal quality else-wh'-ro
in the city.
I he Japanese mattings are woven
on a heavy cotton warp. They are
designed with attractive figured
effects, typicalof theJapancscart.
The Chinese mattings are woven
on heavy fibre warps and arc in
the hit-and-miss effects.
Both arc reversible and iointless,
permitting the use on either side.
T he rolls contain 40 yards.
Japanete Maltinp are ipeciil'r priest tt
$9.89, $10.89, $11.89
Chinees Mattlnis are priced at
$7.89, $8.89, $9.48, $9.89,
$10.89, $11.89 and $12.43.
.Il.tr, I Floor. H'war.
Far eiihtr lutdeeri ar Indian, ilsislsaj
or lounfinf, de (entire er strTicsaUs
We can supple fear seeds wkettaar tfcsT
be fer a French er Austrian blanket st
tit. it apises, er a deans sic ceesrhtf. at
Whether jsh bur (he levetl priced ar
the Whi prked, jrt hart ths seaaa
fuaranlea far rcfiebillr that acceaa
sanMS erery article in stock.
Outdeer SUssinf llankeU, made of all
wool filling on a strong warp.
Thecoloring is that of the regula
tion army blanket, olive drab.
Size 61 x 81 inches. Sold else
where at M.00.
Mwv'i prht, $liJ
Ckeikaari aWfalew Res;, of all Wool
filling. Bound with silk ribbon.
These rugs are in plaids or both
sides. In manv new color combi
nations. We sejl them for fully
25 Vo lesstnan eisewnere.
Size 60 x 80 In. Price, MM
Size 70X90 in. Price. $547
Featy jKausrd laaiilew Waaswaa, of
wool nap over cotton fabric, In
the latest Indian designs, with
plain borders. Size 72 x 90
inches, flrfee, $1.89
Austrian Block MwaVsU, of very soft
wool nap. These have a great
deal at warmth and strength.
They are in blue, with white
blocks. Size 70 X 80 inches.
Imported Fleece Uajusata, in camel's
hair coloring, with a fancy dark
border to match. These are ex
cellent representations of the
real camel's hair blankets, at a
much lower price. Size 72x90
inches. Pries. $Z.
Hbjh Grade West Ms sasssVtl, in all
the characteristic Navajo art de
PricM. $5.19 U $8.44.
leaser led French Sail ir HastHi, made
ot si ik ana cotton, in ocnmuui
stripe effects. Size 48x70 inches
Fittrsd French Lssafkai Rose MeaVsts,
colored. Size 54x74 inches.
Utsst Nerelty Ratess sssitiifc, in
pink and blue striped effects, on
white. These are of excellent laun
dering quality. .
Sum 84x84 isctaw; prioi, $2J5
Si 84x94 inck; pri,$32J
lanaarard Fiaiash Piaatad aesaejreaSB,
in floral and Persian designs.
Thesearc ideal mcdiumweight bed
Site 78x88 McJiat; priea, $14
Si 82x88 inclm; iricfl, S1.84
FjT Btaached Meat mm
ln-iiiined. rituiv tar use.
Size 42x38 MKhea; prka, 9c
5ize 45x38 Inchet; prift, 19c
ConthMMtiMi Salt f
Reversible Mats, 49c
These ha ?e aerer befera beea
laid lor lass than $US. .
Tksy are psaaV si thick, sett
cotton fleece and but ks washed
without leaieuj ahape er eslsr.
Siss, Z4 1 41 Inches. Switakia
fer bedroom er ka threes,
Celers ere tell kream, freea,
pink, bias, tea mm! isbtj, tess
blned with while.
.Ilawnwai. Aath 84., Hear..
SUMMER GROCERY ARRANGEMENTS
Do not neglect a single detail that makes for the
complete success of your vacation.
It is a help to receive regular shipments of Reliable
Groceries from the same source which you buy from
We make a specialty of packing and shipping
Groceries to Summer homes, yachts and camps.
Orders are kept on file, and shipments are made
at regular intervals, if we are so requested.
Our quarterly Grocery Catalogue will be forwarded
A Sptcal Sale of the Famous Hr,oia CSnr.tr Ale sad SartapanaU, aeeahael pare and
aeual to many of I ha tilth priced imported brands. Rsf olsr sue bottles. 0srssbr
prica S1.M doten. For this sale Each, U; sVea, fVc
tit it cM.niii.TKi "itru mtak" forrr-K
W rli itallV fiom uur own cuff. loa.URS
hlunl III Uiv lifan. arnullnl or puUrU..I,
.lUnr ilruleri. uwlug to llir mumml Iiktoj..
In the raw prmluci. Iitw i.ducc.l th.lr aual-Ill-
to iiuinittln tlitlr prlo, tnir pulley l
w). Ii. brn and I. iltll to maliitula the
uiiilarit on whli-h our reputation la oundail.
., III. I'arllllK llirjn oulvl ai,.V!l 'H lu.
4tk (tii in vnlvl. S7.HI. Tnl quality li
mI1 elaaw ticro at tOc m.
"MAVFIOWKH fMOr" TIM
1IUU anu Forinaea
OuloiiKi only U-lb, car loo. i
ou rrguUr t'liee. eao for
carton, tturrlal (or tlita aela.
2-lh. carton. -iHc
''IHKUAK" IsKANU TEA
indla ami Ceylon Tea. In
i.atml Ir.d Larions; our
i,milir prlci. 4ta pouoa.
Bp.cUl (or aela.
I'ounit rarlao, SHr
1-KriAI. H1.H Ol' Hlllll.tlKAlIK YlMtH'Utr WHIte" uranai uarrei. res
ul pu,n, nail orr.i, rreuiarir o.i'". -. w.w-w, . -vm
uUriv II :'l. mi
rciulirir Ulc, at.
hl'Kt'lAI. SAI.K Ol' rOHN HARM- I'ackeil by 111. uuaaer uan cp.i r.aoiar
11H- park4e for thla aalr . . j. iJL!j. . . j. . . . .i-acaaat. Trl doaen. Hie
i4i,v miii if." iiiu.Mi riiMH luwtKKN M.AiMxi k rAniirrrn
10 lh. bom. thla aale .iios. awe
Ml'i: l SAI.K Ol' "BIUKIKVAI.K" IIAKTJ.KTr fniHa L'npl4i In heavy
ay UP. So, '-"i cana; oiil eliewlnre 4t lao tn Sue: Mm
' " urjrlce, ean, ia4" dotan. 0)1.46
M-M'IAI. Hll.K tP UtSti lUVh AMViB.T-',Matlltuek" brand! eatra
,Bru vihliii aii.ara. l'scUrl iprral (or ua In uurt K" Jars. Kuual aualllr
ei'J laehrre at Roc Jar. . . .Our price, (nr thla tale. Jar. -Me
KI-l.t lAI. atl.i: Of MSW ( AMliiltNU M'HITK AKtABAll'lrJaaalnlna
uranil Kura lar aprarai Nn. -J4 agutce caiw; r,,ull'n'J c,hj0"n,,ga.O
Sl'KCIAI. Stl.K Or KI'AMMI uTkKN' tsUVifci-felrcted larie olla. sounl
ni p. rim. r-.M.ru ia iiia, ouiuc noiu rur-iiM. -v ....-. (vi
llotlla, Itlcl doaan. mlrtj
TlllTK" H KAN 11 . TOMATO
' uuarant.ail auao
oolorad ; wnt. ISKI !.
quart. -11 doaan. S.lMtl
Kn-.h. a.tlon cana. taeV
'Lll Whlia" brand: ei-
Dovlally packa.1 for ua;
3-IU, pall, at ari S.lb. palla at HTri
to-lii, palla. al.NH
CHILI KAICB "t-lly Whita" brand!
abaolutaly pure; M-Pt. bolt a. 14
(In. it Imported; n-ruler sis rani
MK.CIAI. Mll.i: Ol' sNr, CI.A1LV
I'ltl K.fi .Ill-lb, bnaa of larau lf
t 111 ri aklnnad. iMrfrtl fruit. Hold
etrryvthera nt tiu puunil. tills nil..
Ill Hi, box, LOT
riNKsr i.oiirti.WA tvnni.K iikaii
HICK l'acknl In uur i' n factory.
Inaurlna abaoluto etranllnraa llila
al - lb, baa, lAe
(iri.ATINK. "I.II.V M'lllTK" IIHAMI
unflavorrJ, annul-In! (onn lona
P-rkair makra two nlnta ot Ifllyli
our r.aular pilre. lie
l'r ikar. 7ct tier i1oki. Tl
NKV VOItlt MTATK I'aVl 1K-NH
I'trked In our own Utm'atory! Mr llila
.'ill, ....'i-lb, citrloti. I4e
itKii .sriit" iiitAMi ritK-'Ui'.N-
.SI Nil TAIII.K Mt,l I'ackud In th
n.w alinullcliv No. 1 carton M,
WAKJBI'IKIJI" llltAMI CRMAM SCOAK" CtMOfl No.
nullity '111 olaown.r at luc. out price, tnis aaia
IVIIITK IJIA llUVXHi "Ari-rm' ltrand; No. S cam aliahf
inc. ran, Our price, this aali ,
nil.U'li" IIKAMI IlKwr KKII KII.XK' HKANi No. : ran;
la.wh.rr 1 lie. ii.iu. Our prlca, thla aala
I'OIIK AMI ItKANMi ltnya.llun" brand; plain or wltb tomato
atucei u. - can; rmeirnrre luc uur pricewinia sate
"VUIIIKIIAI I." UIUNII CIT UKfTOKi: HTKINULKKS BK.VXHI
No. 3 can, alaewliarr I'ie. can. Our price, thla tala
MVllJMlVh" BIIAVII IUKr-.l) lOBK AMI BriVat mllh tomato
a.iuc; ,No. .1 Ursa ran; thla sale
MAIXK ( It HAM ,Ht (l.VK COKNt Jlmnawltk" brand! No. caa;
.Ua., her, a, ,ne, can. OfrjffM; ; y y,
palla at HTri
HHKCIAL KAI.K IIAWAiKk sEjcBsJ)
riNrlAri'l.K lanlatlun" Brand;
packed In liaavr ayrup; larae No. SH
ltlci dosen, tt.f