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THE JSVEWiHtf WORLD, MUMDAX, AUUUoa 12, 1912.
BY HIS EAR SHE
Invitation! to visit and apeak at tha
fair which opena at Dongan Hllla
"Better Goods for the Same Money or the Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere 99
JAILS HER HOBBY POSLAM CURES
ami vims nmnis hot weather
iii.v ...!.' viilluj r.itiu TrtAEirtirA
Villanl Vi .; Mrs. i.vine
Draj L ird to Station as
Own d Jers.
Louis Levins ',,u n- win inotmkktfi
ia tarruwtuti - ,., f , ear t0.
day. it vis thai rat thai M PauUnt
Lavlne, hl i tl IRI rlsl Itl ni-irmrd
twenty-two-ycir--l,t nl.'e. frlisrd hn
he delfr.Timrd In Irid lilm 14 th"
BronvllW ( ,. -iM in whiV .in
oxnusad crowd lookid on.
air. Levlne nnt only still feals a tln(a
6a that lift . Ml ; t,a u speculating
anxious aa to what his status a mans
Ma fcllowman nlll t after tha redoubt
able Mrs. I.av:ne In finished tesilfy
Ing against htm In polios court on a
oJisrae of disorderly conduct.
Tha manner In which Mrs. I.evlno
lad her lord to the station house won
tha most profound admiration from
tha Brownsville police. limit Lieuten
ant WUHa n Bggert praised her highly,
"Madam," s:iil he, "hist consider how
lovely woul I he the lot of a policeman
If .very one who had a grievance simply
took tha gi levee by the ear and Ird him
ta us. 1 felicitate you, Madam."
Whereupon Mr. Levins blushed until
haa antlra countenanca was as rosy red
a tha sar loba Mrs. Iavlne had pinched.
Mrs. Levin, sxplalnel that she was
not living with the worthy ahoeniak.r.
ha had left thslr home at No. 3M Wat
kxn street, she so4d, with her four-year-aid
cMld and gone to live at No. (I
Bristol street, working In an office to
"Ha cams over and stood In front of
ny bousa," ah. said. "I saw him stand
lag there and Just felt I couldn't put
ap with 1L So I went out and grabbed
Ml skin tfotthltl prevalent in hot
went her- rsi-lio, irtfln ruination, so
called "tunntr nhmi it iiing spots,
liivt '. aim plea, ate, demand the use of
l'o'liiin for I heir prompt eradication.
Itching slops .it nncc. burning skin
is toothed aar comfosied.
!'ir clearing In eonplttsMsi red or
in I l.i i led Boat , Miring Itinhtini, taking
turcncM owl n( tnoequito t.iies, stints,
Imrn. etc , Potlaa should be used in
prefer RC6 t nught else. Surprising
are the revolts after one application.
Ill Mi quickly driving away these
troubles Poslam gives evidence i( the
wonderful bealiag power by which It
cures eczema and all virulent skin dis
eases. l'OSLAM BOAFi used dally for toilet
and bath, will keep the skin In healthy
condition and improve its color and tei
t' re It offers the healing medication
of I'oslam in a form particularly bene
ficial for tender skin.
All druggists sell I'oslam (price, SO
cents and i'oslam Soap (price. ii cents).
Fot free samples, write to the Kmergency
Laboratories, 34 West gStli Street. New
Porto moo's Cosuaerrt.
WASHINOTON, Aug. 11. Porto
Rico's eommsrea during tha fiscal year
ending June Sn last amounted to Itl,
00,000, according to reports received
at the Insular bureau of the War Po
purtnient This was divided Into 143,
000.000 for Import and $43,000,000 for
export. The total IlKuiea show an in
crease over the p.-ecodlng year of $14,
OCO.non and over the year 1901 of STt,
590,000, About 10 ier cmt of the to'.al
comm. re is between tha ialaad anu
tl.e United States.
Owing to txtfiiUfl lMprov?moaU Md -Urningf
our quartrrs, w t r4
or (stork to mnkn room, and or of
fering: Niturial 'nrtnrpmrntn.
Alt Prices Reduced
ninln Hoom Set Complete
Chair-. I. SS
l.nMrn flak Ulnlna
4 Hnslnn l.ttthi
Table I tS
Table and J a D
r Chairs: I
Wilson mill nit to Open Fair.
Kdward r. Doyle, Secretary of the
Richmond' County Kair Aasoolntlon,
hi need iiiut Oova, Wood row
VVIlai n and J : . ri A. I1x huve accepted
tS Ito. as.
$5 "S" 150
Opens An Aeconnl
WRITE FOR OI'R NEW CATALOG.
Our (Ironi Store
tuBBisiB. asa'si r j riaw v ivrisie'
Kleraf ed atattoa. a aa a a s
Owing to our eaten ive business we are unable to otter our
AUGUST tVRN ITU HE SALE, as we have no old patterns to scU.
Far the benefit of our patrons, however, we will otter a
DISCOINI OF 25 FOR OiMK WEEK MORE
on an oar new stock fast delivered from GRAND RAPIDS. In this
way we not only meet but defeat competition.
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED 50 S
DfhiT Mission Library Suite
Settee, Armchair, Efcsg s&&:'i Early English
Rocker PKMlifl "ak Library
.Utered .ln Imperial M I IH M JI.Bffl l E io!lp 1 C 1C
l eauicr. U IH'II.VjrXnTCHf!J "'VH in - - ' . 1 I .1
$s V i15 75l ....
, A'Tll II V,; I-, 1IM
iif'.'in it ii . o i i.y. Br i ....
i ma ii -
1 1 I
wULt vim ' '. tiVullil mnittu j able
This inppriai Lcalber toucii
t -!tilfl ' ' ' fit t ; -a
i,. ... rnss sik.
I REE will) r very Puiclmsc ol iaO
ARK OUK II M .IS
SS II ISM 3k
With Every Purchase of 17
We Pay Fares and Expenses. Free Delivery by Our Motor Trucks.
fPtN I VI j I Vi I Mil 9. 0PE vAILKDAVS UNTIL 10 P. M.
A Mf St. BAUMANN'S 3d Ave.
.V NEW YORK'S
SIXTH AVE., - IS&ISTa
GREEN HUT- SlSEL COOPER 0
J. B.GREENHUT. Pres. newyork
Ihtntt of Tomorrotc'n B AIM! A IS BASaiMUfl
SALES Printed In Tnttny'n Journal
Specimen Values from Our Annual Advance Fall Sale of
Blankets, Comforters & Linens
SINCE store-opening time this morning the selling has been phe
nomenal, and we anticipate equally big business tomorrow and
until the end of this tremendous distribution of ours.
This is an excellent opportunity for club stewards, restaurant
proprietors, hotel owners and boarding-house keepers one that will
save them money on most wanted goods of this character.
For 18c Bleached Muslin
size 45x36 before hemming;
For $5.50 Hemstitched
bleached German Damask ; I
doz. napkins and table cloth
hemstitched; all pure linen.
For $2.45 All Linen
heavy weight; bletched.
For $1.25 Turkish Bath Sheets
large size; hemmed and heavy
beds or full
USESS on Sale Main Floor
For Novelty Scarfs, Squares
and Center Pieces
-white, with machine-embroidered
corners ; hemstitched or scallopedandlace edges
For 39c Bleached Mercerized
For 9c Toweling
Union linen; bleached; good strong
For 6c Toweling
soft, absorbent flaxine crash;
bleached, with red border.
For 49c Pillows
18x25; limit of 4 to a customer.
BLANKETS on SaU Second floor.
Stamps Free, Tomorrow
As many aefs as are reasonably required
for books unfilled will be given to n''
whether purchasers or not, ap
plying at the Premium Parlor, on
the Third Floor of our GREEN
HUT Building, tomorrow.
It will be advantageous to
start filling at one time as many
books as will be needed to se
cure the premium desired. Only iuu free
stamps good in any on book.
For $1 Comforters
plain and figured cotton backs;
limit of three to a customer.
For 59c Blankets
these are for babies' cribs ; size
36x50 in. ; pink and blue borders.
For 98c Blankets
medium weight; white or gray;
colored borders ; for i size beds.
For $2.45 Blankets
Heavy weight; wool finish;
gray or white.
For $3.95 & $4.50 Blankets
best wool; white; Southern
make. Single and double size.
Aim In Burgmln Batemtnt.
$1.95 to $2.50 Monogram and Deco- OQ
rated Shcepnkinn, Tomorrow, at OUK,
(MAIN Buildini. Main Pls.r.)
Here It Is! The Annual Sale of
$3 to $4 Low Shoes $
For Men, Women, Boys and Girls,
A sale the like of which has never been known outside of
The Big Store. We expect the largest attendance ever given to
a similar event, and have made every preparation to handle the
early crowds. Brief details follow:
Fnr Wnmnn OXFORDS, COLONIALS and PUMPS in
x Ul " U111C1I every style, in the most up-to-date leathers,
such as tan Russia calfskin, patent leather, gun-meial calfskin,
kidskin, suedes, velvets and white canvas. Not all sizes in every
style, but all sizes and widths in the lot; all Goodyear-welted or
LOW SHOES in all
leathers; all have Good-ycur-welted
soles; also ad
ded to this lot are misses'
and children's white can
vas button shoes; all listf
up to 2.
Odd lots of LOW
SHOES; all have
every stylo in the most
wanted leathers, such as
tan calfskin, patent
leather and gun-metul
HIGH and LOW SHOES in all styles and all
leathers, such as patent leather, gun-metal and
kidskin; all have Goody ur-welted soles; all sizes and widths.
(MAIN Buildini. Second F.oor.)
August Reductions in Fine
During this sale every individual piece and suite of bedroom furniture in our entire
vast stock bears a reduction ticket averaging from 10 to 50. Every style in included,
from the most handsome and costly down to simple pieces of r i
honest construction for those of slender means. (
Misses' 10.75 Striped Voile $J
Dresses, Tomorrow, at . . . OO
Several dainty models of black-and-white and blue-and-white
striped voile and ginghams- one as illustrated. These
are cool, smart dresses with touches of trimmings such as
velvet ribbon, contrasting silk-covcrcd buttons or eyelet
embroidery; top-girdle skirt. Sizes 14 to 18 years.
(MAIN Buildiac, First Moor.)
To realize how good this news is we emphasize this point:
More Than Half of These Suits Are Suitable for Early Fall Wear.
Brieflv this lot includes:
$20 Silk Lined Outing (kfmb
$15 Mohair Suits
$15 Worsted Suits
$15 & $18 Cassimere Suits
$12 Blue Serge Suits
And $12 to $20 Grades in
Young Men Can Alto Be Fitted In
Men's and Youths' Summer
Outint; Trouners sizes 28 to
40; values to $4; $J
$2 I'nlined Summer Coats
black, slate and tan;
choice, at tOc
Raincoats tan and slate; values to
$2 and $3 Straw
Over 20 styles to choose from a
(MAIN n . j nr. Sscond
$5: jo'icr afc. imR
Hats, 88c f7
Colonial Walnut Drpwwr
made of high gride
Circassian walnut, in
wax finish; top is 44
inches long and 22
inches deep; mounted
with French plate bev
elled mirror, size 34x28
inches; wood knobs;
regular price S45 ; f (y (?
during this sale . awO
Chiffonier to Match Above
reg. price $35; $
tor this sale.
well front, handsomely
carved ; glass knobs and
heavy claw feet; tot) if
44 Inches long and 23
inches deep ; hat French
plate bevelled mirror,
site 24x30 Inches ; regu
$34; for the ttVJ (T
August sale, aW aJU
Chiffonier 10 Match Above
-rag. price $32; IO
for this sale 0
MAHOrMffT MtB&SBa -assesaanir
aenaa; ts la
S Ia4. and 24 inch..
rsssti sssts tvtM
SSaJG lacasa; hv
mirror, seaja lacsws; n.svy
saw rw and wood hssdli
r.f.ii.r price ago; f.r His
cHrrroNiaa to match
ABOVI mcla, a R
arks 47 M; swv UI.OV
MAHOOANY FOU POSTS
HKlkSTKAfv tt march sbsv
cMrusssr asd aasssar; full
in. rsautsr asks gqq
40. durlaa taia sals
Wall EstajneUed Chff
fonlee - top la 33 : nches
Wide and IS Inches
deep; has five drawer
with wood knobe and
good locks ; drawers are
dove-tailed front and
back; regular price
$7. SO; for
this sale .... D.DU
Mahogany. . .
Other Dressers :
1 8. 50
Walnut.. . .
Oak, Mahogany or
. . 28
. . 31.50
. . 60
. . 50
. . 12.50
White Knamelled Triple Mirror Dressing Table
decorated; regular price $44; for the $jcr
Midsummer Sale t)0
While Enamelled Wood Bed n lead single $ f
site ; regular price i 1 7 ; for this Sale XI
Three.Plere Mahngany Suite
OOniittiag of dresser, chiffonier
and full-si;cd bedstead; regu
lar price $22 1 ; tor $ oJ f
August sale . . I oO.tfU
Four-Piece Colonial Mahogany
Suilrr -comprising large dresser
full-siied bedstead, chiffonier
and dressingtahle ; ic. tf(
price $407 ; for this sale t)U
Five-I'lfce French Gray Enamel
Suite comprising large dress
er, twin b'.-ds, chiffonier and
dressing tabic; regular price
J i in. lor this
Four Piece Clrcaialan Walnut
Suite of finest selected wood ;
handsomely carved; drawers
are all dust-prool and fitted
with equalizers to prevent bind
ing; regular price $
MIT, for this sale. OOU
Five-Piece Cirrauslan Walnut
Suite -consisting of dresser,
chiffonier, triple mirror dressing
table and twin bedsteads;
dust-proof drapers snd wood
knobs; regularf price $OST'J
$29$; for this sale
Ftf.fIm-r Slier itim Inlaid Suite
of mahogany; c insisting of
twin beds, dresser, chiffonier
and cheval gtJffOTj regular
price $315; during $ cxt "
this sale swUt)
WW 11666 Sheraton In'al'l Suilo
consisting of twii ho Is,
dresser, chiffoiicr a.i I dro 1 1 i,j
table with triple mirrors; re U
lar price $417; for the $y(,f"
Aui;utt sale J1
(GRI ENHUT Building. Second and ThlrJ Floors!
Lace Curtains and Upholsteries:
Handwime Iteal Arabe I .are Bed
Seta with rich, elaborate cor
ner and center mo ifa of lace
mounted on heavy double
rwistcd cable net; the regular
ptltc $27 50, Jur- $ Q i
ing this sale 1 CJ.t)U
(iraceful Marie Antoinette Lace
Curialne the very latest de
igns, in either white or arabe
colors; regular prices $3.75 to
$d.75 t pair; during this sale
$2.50 .nd 525
(GREENHUT ui:dlng, Fkst Floor )
Nottingham Lace Curtain-- In
splendid copies of real lace;
regular price $2.50; $
lor this sale, a pair. . l.iii
mDouble frC Green .Trading Stamps with Purchases Made Before 12 o'Clocki