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JNING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913.
Pof to Kill Gambler
As Outlined to Jury
pla'rlrt- Mfornov Wlillniin l
lb ! 10 !he J'irv V- f0llt"
Charlri Backer, tha prli.nr l
Mr, watt llto:nant f pallet ln ',,',r'"
Ml taaeial aaea' famel """ olnaf
talniti for the iUpprWII nt ea:n:.::n.
II. I l,P.arl Rno.n T0t
Bp' Kt r ta am vry frlrnllv Witt
Rawnthnl. a IMlMlf U KfOP'T M
tramlNlnt h.iuiii. !' N" " i
E 1 BIMI an.l He- K-r wi- '"
father tl tlir Klka lull at H" '" '
heu on PorVy-lkln) Itreet. They
ma i together n1 itra:ik M-thir
AYS BECKER ADVANCED CA.9ti
Haiarthal eaattlaaa: '" Motor lhl In-
imreea 'jf eeaalae, BtwblUw I
home null.. Ml ai ihrt iitji-'.
Ti in the lainbllns parlance, he Jeedtil i
bankroll Mr -art ar I to advani-r
Mm 11,500, taking' a MOTlgM 00 h"
proi'iTty In tha pl Mm mortf t"
Iw i- i hf ntm- of n dummy to be mp- I
Mi by BoOtOfO lawyer."
Then Mr. Whitman loM of th arafl
rhaif'K now no well known and of the
rmld on Reeentfcel'a home by Beefeer'aj
It til fre.lv pharfOd tint ltoe .
Brckrr'a mn of bUflnrOI In llredly
ip.mllile f..r h.- raid," tonlHlUOa Mr
bjltmin. Tollun'n thit cime ; ie ar-.
rait of Zeii ny ni'i arr a own iww
While afld itolaorl Ol f whom waa
actually borrowed from Hacker i own
quad. Word t Immediately broucht
to Hoi that bacauf of hl ralatluna
with Barker he ill InitrumenUI In
brlialng about the raid and the lo-called
frame-up on Zallf.
'Whether with Jnat reaion or not
Roe became very much frightened, and
at mii'I telephoneil to le ker nnd a'
tempt. l to arranae for Zellf'a freedom
Ilerker auaaeited a plan by whir '
ZallK OMM .tided Thla 'AA not eat
lafy .'..'11,' Mokar pronilaad to amine
aome oftier nlan.
"Pending theae arrancrmrnts Rok- I
aat out to allby lulb4rtOfM ind gained
frtandahlp with the Zella crowd. II.
rocurad ball for their leader. Zelil
held In M.Oa) ball on the charge nt
carrlng conrealed weapon!. Hiatal
knew that Rnae had hefrlendel Zellg.
He knew lellf'e anxiety to rid hlmaelf
of the charae of carrying concealed
weapon! aa a aecond offender, which
carried with It punlahmint of fourteen
yaara In prison
' "Baokir aeat for Bon a ad tall
Mm that Boisntaal waa becom
ing 4a ago-one, that hla aapooaraa
aaat bo itoppad. and that hla
Tola moat bo at lea cad. Ma aaldi
Tow you have Jnat doae a favor
far a all. I waat yon to go to
him aad tall blaa ho moat do a
ffcvar for me. I waat him to hara
baa gang eroak aoaoathal. X wUl
take car of Urn if they do it.
Vhay will hare my frleadabiy aad
that will maaa a lot to them. It
mUg wtll do that far ma X will
wm that has e wiu fall.'
K.iae agreed to apeak to ZM. and
urged hint to da what Becker dealred
aad Raao did apaak to Zetlr Thai waa
bout lb 2P1h of May. It Ik claimed
hit Knee, either from fear or from an i
unwllilngneaa to rlah aacrlflctng hu-1
man life, put jff Becker from time to
time did, aa It were, play for time, con
atantly aaaurlng Becker that he waa ar
ranging for tba murder, while he waa.
aa we will ahow you, trying to avoid
I'a accnmpllahment, and at the eame
time continue hla relatione with He, ker.
ZKLIQ R KARRI-STED AND HIS
BAIL WAS RAISED.
"About thla lime, .ell,,, on leaving:
tha Criminal Courta Building, tn ahol
aad wounded by a man named 1' ill
Immediately upon hla dlirharae from
an boapltal. ha waa rearreated. and
hla ball on the charge of carrying con
caajed wtapone waa ralaed from MOW
la W,M. and he waa kept In Jail.
"Booker tan, to Boo and aaldt
rw la the time for BooonthM to
b pat oat of the way. el g la ta
the Tomb. He caa lean, order
from tha Tom bo to have It done.
"Wo will produce the men who went
ta Zeiig In the Tomba to confer with
him In thla matter Zellg refuted to
treat with them until he wat let out on
ball. Rnoe hlmaelf finally prncurod ball
lor zeiig'e raleaae, aa we ihall iho
you. and gave Zellg money t get out
of town, aa we ahall prove. Becker and
Roa wer then meeting evety day.
-acker told Boaa that lf that
rang aoeaa't eioak Boaenthal 111
frame thm np aad have thm
wrwaaaatad for carrying ccaoaled
waopoa. th way lollg wa fixed.
"Roee Anally went to the four gun
men, who were then living at No 74
Southern Boulevard. He told them of
Bocber'a promlae In free Zella nnd of
hla threat to frame them up unle
they got rid or Boaenthal They
dfreed to do aa Becker naked. Koaa
Waa to let them know when H ahould
be done. Tblnga drifted iilong, and
BaaMf aooaiaja Mora imttatlent We
etiall ahow ou that he Imd becun t
feel that Itae either would not n
could not procure the killing of Bo
aenthal. A meettut waa itrrunged fo
Becker with Wehber at one Humlre
and Twenty-fourth itreet.
HC PUT THE CASE UP TO
"Thtri. ho put the propoaltlon
aquaiily up to Webber to th effect
that Itoaenlhil mint be put nut of
the way. that hla expoaurea would
ruin the whole trnftltiir altuatlon.
Be agreed to meet Webber latir at
the Union Biuare Hotel, where Web
ber promlMd him, after talking with '
Bom. that h wonld at to it that i
BoDinhal waa kl!l-d. Roon after
Rme went with Wobbor 10 the Wee
h.iwken ferry Wabbor waa ttklng
hi family to the country Wobbar
baM Roae of hla latt converaxtlon
with Becker and their uKreement .
Boon after Mr and Mra Boaenthal ,
and i ne Jack Kulllvar went to tha !
Qardc i reataurant.
"Roee Interfe-ed and cailrd It off,
stating that Burn, men were atandlng
neur'iy. and thoa the murder at that
time we" prevented.
"When Roae an plain d o Itecker th
happenlnga, he became tiolenl and nc
cuaed Bote of no lonffaf balhf hla
friend, and elated toat If Itoae did not
get the gunmen, to do It. he (Itecken
would do It hlmaelf
"We ahall ehow how rtoaeuHuil tried
ta ae the Police COthrnlaalOntf and the
hfiyor, the chargea which he praaanthd
t the Maglatrate'a Court, a itatemcnt
wtii he gavo to a New York newt
Which waa printed In Ita laaue of Mat
Urday morning, Becker' name being
milled from the article, the fact that
Becker ate hla lawyer went to the of
fie of the i i :-, i" the neir.in.nl af
fidavit, prepared ar. iMtir to the
name. arijUcfi w. a pubMrhed n th i ta
article ibe f iMuwrng day: the lit that
Roaeitthal had gone to the D.etrl' t-At- j
tomy the following Monday and had j
hlmaelf given cut to the public preae
notice that h waa to come on th fol- i
J I ROUS CH08KN TO
Til) BECKER as
MM Mil CBARGE
HAROLD B. SKINNBIl (foreman),
e.e trlral er.glneer. New York K 1 1 -.on
COfhpahfl home. No. 601 Went
nr. II indred ami Thirty. fifth etreet;
thlrty-fl- e year nd, m irrled.
ROBBRT Pt RCBteU manufac
lurlng chennit. No 2?4 I'earl I'reet.
oime No SW We t One Hundred and
-levi ut . i 'ghth eireet, forty yean
Jull.N It HARDY, retired rice
not Rant; t r No Bt Weat Nine-
ly.foul h tree, nfty-flve yeara old,
I arr td
hTDV ARD C HOri.M, accountant.
Ms, it I'ark Bow ; home No. K.9 Wet
i 'ne Humlrel and Kortleth atreal;
fifty year old, marrld
WILLIAM r WARD, real aatat.
N ' ' Fifth avenue, home No 151
Wet Seventy-third itret; fori) five
I'tara nldj mai rled.
now J. BBCKBR, plumber. No.
Ml Broadway, home No loo) Kaat
i me Hundred and Slxty-ievcnth
atrcet; llflv-flve yeira o'd. married
UHArlMaV I I KATT, com nla-
ary agent New York t'entral, bOMO
No. Ml St. Nlcholii avenue, forty
yean old; married.
CLARBNCI T. OOtMt, maehanl
cal enalnr, No. a Broadway, horn
No. Wait Klin -ninth etrtet; thirty
five yeara old; married.
PAUL. T. KAMMKRKR. real atat
f-nt nfflc and home, No. 117 Rait
Kot ty-ilxth itreet; fifty. five yart
'HA III. KB RAITCHKORS. real ei
tate, No 4M Will tine Hundred and
AI.FBKI) riOI.I.HKIMKR, archl
ect, of No. ; Blveralde Drive.
SAMi r.l. K HAAS of No. M Kaa
Two H mdred and Klrat atreet;
. uintint at No. 110 Wait Thirtieth
th awful art at of faiaauVelT
tahlng hamaa Ufa), tbut mT1
murderer, tha moat daHa
ertamlaal of them all, wa7 '
oool. oalealatlajr, ahmia,, trf
la polio oBoar. who Med
arr offloa with which tha " "
had .ntrturtod Man. th. Tat,e
ar, which waa hla far tha VStr
mnt of law aad order, t aat
ad to foro othora Into ta tea
mtealnw of crime to eatoei raft
aad blackmail front Uwbraalt
aad finally, for tha protNttci
hla Infamoaa traflo la the tr
ehaaw aad l of taw aafa
mat. waataaly U aaorirue ta
IN LONDON REFUSES
TO TELL OF fUN.
LOPfDOJt, Oct. 10 -Thomaa feat, I
wltnei of the Roaenthal murder with
hla lej-al representative and A aata:" t
Kiitrlct-Attornay I ' Ford an
London to-doy from Preatoa i!"-1'
been In conferenca.
Coupe waa aaked about hli piniu
"1 cannot aay," he replied, "1(1 did.
It might endanger my Ufa,"
Mr. I. Kurd rfua to di . ''"
caae. Ha ntend to raturn to Ntf fo'l
(Continued from Klrit Pap I
hla charge!, with wllneaaea and docu
mentary evidence, proving, at he de
clared, roncluilvely not only h!i rela
tion! with Becker hut llecker'a corrupt
relatione with ulhrr law hroakera In the
city. A'l the matter will b catah
llehed In thli trial.
AYS BECKER FIXED A DATE
"Wa ahall ahow yon how laalat
aat Becker waa that Boaenthal
ahould be killed before Tuaaday
xuoralag tha loth. We ahall ahow
foa that Boaa aad Webber eecured
th preseaoe of the (aaatoa la
Webbar'i piaoe on tha night of
Jaly Id aad tha arly morning of
"Wa ahall ahow yen Becker-
praee aaarby, aad hla aoaamaal
cation with Wobbor'a plac after 1
o'elook aa the morning of tha lath.
Wa ahall ahow yon how tha aaaa
war tafcaa to th aaaaa of th
murder, aad Jaok Bo' dlreo
ttoa, Boarathal baring boaa looated
immediately before by Wobbar, who
roported back to tha murderer.
"Wa ahall ehow you how Roa-
anthAl wae killed. We ahall ahow
you thai immediately after the eacap
of the murderer Roe notified Beck
er at hi. Becker'a. home In the Bell
rlalre Court, near On Hundred nnd
Ifty-elghth atrl. that, to ua hla
own expreaalon, the job had Deen
dnne;' that he. Itoir, waa much wor
ried, or word to that effect.
We ahall ahow you that Becker
'!.! led that It waa all right, not to
worry, that he would he right down.
"Wa shall ahow yon that ha
eame down, that ho woat to tho
Twrr.ty-txth p reelect itaUoa
houaa, whara tha body of Bom
thal waa lying, although Becker
wa aot dtalld to that atatJoa
houaa, hla own hoadoaartera b-
Ing at Polio Beadquartera, aad
ao bdlotal dixoctton had oome to
him to roport at th Twenty-lxrth
precinct atatlon at alL
"We ihall ihow you that on leaving
the nation houae he came down to
Knrty-iecond itreet, wher he met
Wobbar and Roae. both of whom wer
on the verge of colljpie from fear of
dlacovcry. that he reaiiured them;
that he told them there waa nothing
to fear. Hut he would prntact them,
thai Boienthal ought to have been
killed lonii ago; that It waa only Im
portant that the four gunmen war
gotten out of town
We ar going to claim that la
pita of tha fact that Becker mar
aot have naad tha fatal wapoa,
notwithstanding tha fact that ha
waa the keynote of
Whitman' addreaa He wax nBltantly
Interrupted by John F. Mclntrrr chll
couniel for the defence. bVirely in
ullenatlon utterod by Mr. Whltn.in
went unchallenged, but th mijorlty of
Mr. Molntyre'a objection wt over
ruled The defence took objection l the
hatement that Becker went "Jack"
Knae and told him to tell J.tt Zellg
I want him to have hla gf rouk
Roemthal." Tha Court overruled Hie
Mr. Whitman went ahead a fa-e of
th interruption, charging a rliin.ng
ton and repeating again ud again
that he would ahow tl.it UN Wthdant
had committed one of tho moil itroi loua
murder ever known.
I taken i mortgage on Roaenthal'a gam
I Mini paraphernalia. Th Court refuaed
t,, permit ma Probata tar from promising
it, i prove that Becker employed "Jack"
K ai a collector, and thnt Boie got
I U par cent of a" he collected.
The defi nee Orst victory came
wh' n Juatlea Huff ordered the Jury to
diiregHtd Mr Whitman' statement re-
n i d mi decker's (read for gambling
pi.ift that he (Becker) was becum-
I .nit more anil more avarlcloua."
I The Klstrlct-Attnrney voluntarily
I withdrew the de'ln rn I Ion that he would
'prove thnt r.ecaer g'.i iwii "i nia nr
I ordinate) 'White ami Idlnart) to
notke alllilavlti lhal they had played
in Boeemh.iri gnmhllna houae.
The Court auitalned th defence In
excluding, from Mr Whitman a outline
a reference to the fart that Ietotlva
White and Stelnnrt hal been Indicted
fr ' framing" the hardened "Big" Jack
DEFENDANT SHOWS EMOTION
OVER SCHEPPS'S STORY.
Toward the cloie rf the addreai, when
Mr Whitman batTaa aivlng "Sam"
. ppa i. rvraloti of ooiiriraatloM he
hi,i wit i Baekafi m which Bta feu? i
aai mud, to aay that If the gunmen
had net killed Roaenthal ho I Becker)
a-OUld have done It hlmaelf. th prisoner
i'ii, wed evidence of emotion. He
turned In hla aeat and ihook hla head
at hie rounael. Then he wh.apered au
dlbly t" Attorney Hart: "Are Jiey go
ing to try to prove that?"
The defcncc'i lait objection wai to
In I'lvtrlct-Attorney'! referenca to
Becker aa I "graftlnK potll i man." Ml
Melniyra krswad ItrtmiKrualy that :.c
w i- finally llonead by the court.
Vou will alt down.' snld Juailcc doff.
Mr. Whitman finished hli addteai bl
12. .10 o'clock, whereupon the defenie
moved for the dlamiaial of the Indict
ment axalmt Becker ai the proiecutor
nad admitted that four men other than
the primmer had committed ths crime
Thla motion was denied.
Having silenced tha defence! last
neaalble motion to delay or prevent th"
'trial the Court ertt for Capt. Lynch
Dlitrlct Attorney 1 0f the Court Suuud and conferred with
him about locking the Jury up and kep-
Ing It eonstsntly under guard
verdict i rendered
JUSTICE GOFFS ADDRESS
Then Juitlre fluff turned to the Jurors
and said :
"Becnune of the Importance of thli
caie ind of ceria'n exigencies that
have arlaen or may arise It will be
necraiary for you gentlemen to be
kept together until the bfaag of the
trial. The Court will ?e to It th.it
every effoit la made to provide for
vour comfort nnd convenience. Capt.
Lynch will see to It that you are
able to communicate with your fami
ne. "I wlah to Imprefa u;on you that
you arc not to discuss the caae or
any of the evidence adduced before
you a.nong youraelvc." You must not
permit sny peraon to approach you
or to speak to you ami you muet not
read the newspapers. I rely upon
your Intelligence and good Judgment
to obey the orders of the Court. 1
will extend the recess little beyond
the usual time In order thai you may
communicate with your f.imlilcs at
once and make nrr inKementa and
provision for your comfort while you
are in charge of the oltlcora of thla
JURORS DISMAYED AT BEING
Instnsy was written on the face of
every juror aa the Court made It clear
that they would be locked up and pre
vented from laltlng their home or
place! of business for several week
Several of the Jurori muttered und. r
their breith. Juitlce Ooff'a announce
ment leemed to take them entirely by
lurbrlaa, They left the court room In
the custody of five court attendanti
who were pecllly aworn aa their
guardian and proceeded to the Astor
Houae for lunch.
The Juron will occupy a suite it the
Murray Hill Hotel. They had their
lurech at the Broadway Central.
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men at T
nin mi to wn.
iFreiB 'ha ll.iat.in Tranarrlpt.)
Olbba Here's a table showing
woman's chances of marrying at vari
ous ages between twenty and forty.
Of course It grades .lown.
Dlbhs Itubblsh' If a woman really
mints a man her chances are 100 In
loo at any age.
THE MODERN WAY OF LIVING
A SEVERE TAX ON VITALITY
HEAL YOUR SKIN
You will never know whether or nnl
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AI CASE i will. The ease with which it works rc
Moilcrn livinif i I Irctnenilona tnx on
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ila.va, who waa the mother of the Wet.
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always tireil, cxhiiuatril type. The
reaion for this ii very simple. The call
of social duty has imp I on the woman
of I in 1 h responsibilities t ha I take up too
much of her time and sap her vitality.
The wife of the business man, arliaan,
clerk or working man frequently hai
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woman of fashion. The find that she has
housework mid other domestic duties
In perform only tends to make her life
Many women think they are auffrring
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stomuch. foul breath, constipation, kid
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form and poison pumped into their blood.
All kindi of dinra.se of coune are bound
Cooper's New Discovery tones up the
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Immediate. Yet! Certain? -that's
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aa a young girl's after a Oandcrine
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A delightful surprise awaits partic
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cleanses, purifies and invigorates the
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new hair fine and downy at first
yes but really new hair growing all
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i.'t cent bottia "f Know lion's Danderine
from any drug store or tcilel counter
and just try it.
Bona that Becker ana Koaatnii were
dining wacther on New Yafl fcv last
on tha ground that auch Incident
had nothttuj to do with th ra geita of
the caa. Th objection wa. ove.ruieu.
Juati.-e Ooff neat ovirrvid the it-
feoa.'i objection to itatrninli that
Hacker had financed
suits ii marvellous Kvrry day bring
records of stubborn and long-endured
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kin restored to normal condition, facial
appearance improved, physical suffering
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scalp scale, psoriaiia.
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I'OSLAM SOAP, medicated with Pos
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when disease i present, but aa the safest
and most beneficial soap for daily use,
toilet and bath. Soothe tender skin,
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All druggists sell Poalam (price AO
cents) and I'oalam Soap (price 5 cental.
For fre.. innuj. urili. In tin- K.i.wr-
Uoaniluil und grlxry l,u,or.,orieii 3 We,t Hath Street,
New tork City.
I.leut. Backer aat aldcwaji In hli
chair with hla handa folded a hli lap,
hli head thrown back and W chin up.
Hla futura btrayd no nation and
he looked ataadlly at th. )U-r until hta ,
chlaf couaatk Mr. Mclntrra. ajn.d I hj , . , ,,.,'
h.tterl. of obJ.citon. waa he ire H I
red In tna laea ana was 'i
A New Market
and stocked with the
best of everything
to eat and drink.
opens next Saturday,
October 12th, at
Freeport, L. I.
Cor. Main SI. & Merrick Rd.
Grocery and Wine Department,
Phone, Freeport H01.
Butcher Dept., Freeport BOd.
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irty. .itch tnitruTDnti art my (.- I
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h i fig i h tnntiy nnd ditmblllty.
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18 James Butler mcButcher Shops
present this week's low prices for high quality meats:
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Fancy Legs Canada Mutton. " llc
Forequarters Spring Lamb, 9C
Forequarters Canada Mutton. " 7
Fancy Loin Lamb Chops. 15c
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H M'H AV ". "at lort.
The Hun, lay Wnrld'a Monthly May Man-1
tm aaiiiini Maaaalna win tie given with I
nail Sunday! Wnrlil. Rrlltlun limited
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Old Cabiiet Rye, Full Quart, 1
Old monogram Rye, bottle 75c
French A Brandy, aMr..?. $1-25
Rrut Champagne, tt.?.SS! tM
Amontillado Sherry, bottle lM
20 years 010. uceedingly rich ; charming flavor.
Imported Sherry of rarest excellence. It will apieal to con
noisseurs who are now payinK H a bottle for a similar sherry.
Port and Sherry
Choiw California, mat urc and full QCf hulf CAp
Guinness's Stout-Bass Ale
Direct importations enalile us to sell at $ .45 Dozen f 1
theseextraordintrilylowpruvs. Doz.bots. M. Splits,
Allowance tor Return il Fmntles
Wo pay If aWetdOMO for the return of empty bottles, and
iu cents a. uu rcm ny s,ls. Otir moLiir truck and Wtllions
:it ftltr, anj will call for the empties on request.
Best Chnck Roast, ioodaai,
BOStOn POt ROaSt, very choice
Fresh Chopped Beef,
Fresh Country Sausage,
Corned Flat Spare Ribs, ioc
Best Sugar-Cured Hams, ..... 16C
All Kinds of Soup Meat, n. 14C
80 Third Ave.
Cor. Dean St.
Phone, Main 366
1315 Kings Highway
cor. uii lain st .
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175 Amsterdam Ave.
Cor. IStU St.
Phone, Columbus S397
1371 St. Nicholas Ave.
Near nsth St.
Phone, Audubon 47 1
2730 White Flams Road
cot. tilth St.
Phone. YVilhainsbridge 238
ti5 vVestchester Square
phone, Weatcneaier 55
693 Tremont Ave.
Cor. Crotona Awe.
Phone, Tremont 319
494 S. Broadway.
Cor. Lawrence M.
Phone, Youkers 4126
35 Mt. Vernon Ave.
Phone. Mt. Vernon 1670
WEST NEW BRIGHTON, 8. 1
1112 Castieton Ave.,
Cor. Carolina St.
Phone, W.N.Brighton 1 239
Phone, Midwood 2722
820 trlathush Ave.
Cor. Caton Ave.
Phone, Flatbush 472
554 Coney Island Ave.
Cor. Beverley Road
Phone, Flatbush 1659
8705 Eighteenth Ave.
Cor. Benson Ave.
Phone, Bath Beach 2008
LONG ISLAND Suburban
Cor. Main and Fulton
Phone, Hempstead 222
Glen Cove School St.
Phone, Glen Cove 461
Cor. Main St. and N. Y. Ave.
Phone, Huntington 376
Cor. Flower Hill and Irma Ave.
Phone, Port Wash' ton 207
At All tne zuu James Butler me. Stores
Sugar, 31 18'
East View Eggs, 39c
NeV Laid in sealed cartons only, dczen. ,
Best Quality. Government Inspected. Absolutely Pure
A a wholesome, nutritive and diirestiMe ns creaniejyjmtter
Special Introductory Low-Priced Sale ot
New Canned Goods of Highest Quality.
Maine's choicest mf
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Essie Peas, 15c
Essie Succotash, 12c
Essie Tomatoes, xl 12c
Essie Peaches, : .f 1 7C
Finest California Lemon ( lingl in richest lyrup.
Onnonile ( astie Brand
Sweet and tender
Early Junes, can.
From National Hiscuit Co.
Grahams ) mcP.g.
social reas Jc
Zweibacks J J
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Sweet Potatoes, 5
Cooking Apples, 5
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AO fit 50c 25 35
lB&W" 25c lttmmwi 28c
15 trCFREE :,hh Ideal Blend 25
Biue Ribbon rabie salt, ioc
Yelveta Talcum Powder, ;;Va9mooth; 10
Peerless Worcestershire sauce, gjffi1 Oc
PeerleSS COCOa, pure and rich flavored, can. 1 7c
Peerless Cider Vinesara Urge bottle, 10C
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