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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912.
TWO GIRL CHUMS
ONE SOON TO WED
Thrilling Rescues By Citizens
( Attend Spectacular Blaze
jf in Apartment House.
Thourh It was thought by the poller
tfcat acven peraonii hail parlBliad In a
fir In the fnur-ntory apartment hotine
et Beekman avenue and Clinton street,
North Tarrytown. early to-day, Inven
tlaatlon among the nrattered members
Of the eighteen famine who were
tarned out reducM the number of
dead to two. These were Sarah l.lch
tarateln. nineteen years old, and Nellie
Oreanburg. seventeen years old.
Both girls, who were chums, were
Warned almost beyoprt recognition and
tfcedr 'bodies were not recovered until
lraurs after the flru had been extln-a-nlatid.
Isidore Messing, an Infant, was
thrown from a second atory window
and his skull was fractured by the fall.
His mother, Wrt. A. Messing, sustained
a broken leg. Mrs. A. Friedman suf
fered Internal in lories.
Tfce fire was discovered In a cellar un
derneath a restaurant which o-cuplod
port of the ground floor of the bulMing,
and It apread so rapidly that It cut oft
the escape of many of the occupants.
Several thrllllns; rescues were made by
ettlMn and firemen.
Miss lichtenstJln, one of the girls who
WAS burned tu death, was to have been
married soon, and liar friend,
Oreenherg, had some from New
to attend the entigemcnt party.
Sammy, aver alnce Ml anilourn In New
Tork. had been negligent in s .pport of
hl family and that he although small
In frame, had IB Mac log that were as
swift and tireless as steel springs, and
had often lea;en her.
On one ocoalon, she testifies, she liad
been rescued by Morris, who win at
present being detained on Kills Island
Sammy, -he tol l Magl'trnte llreen. was
tho cause for his pfOgenca then', as lie
wis al tempting to have hlni deported
lor deiending llll mother.
Magistrate Hrren dlsnlssed Die eom
pLalnt and ordered a new complaint for
disorderly conduct made aglnat Huron.
COURT COMPELS LAWYER
TO RETURN $100 FEE.
SIX-FOOT WIFE, HE SAYS
Client Wanted to Plead Guilty to
Having Revolver, but Attorney
Wouldn't Let Him.
Otto A. Samuels, a lawyer of No.
9 Nassau street, after a serious talk
with Judge Swann. In I'art I, Ueneral
Sessions, this morning wrote out a
check for Slot) in favor of John
Itomanysk, charged with a violation
of the Sullivan law, whom Hamuclb
had bren defending.
Rnmanysk, In pleading guilty, said
that he had been examining his re
volver on the roof of the building In
which he lives, at No. 237 Bast
Twelfth street, when a policeman ar
rested him. That was on Sept. ft, and
since then Vr has been In the Tombs,
lie told the Judge that he had wanted
to plead guilty and explain the cir
cumstances, but had been deterred by
Samuels, to whom he had paid i'"'
to defend him.
The prisoner said he had never car
ried the revolver cut of his home.
Judge Swann talked the case over
with the lawyer, supervised the pay
ment of the 1100 to Homanysk and
then suspended sentence on the
"Anrt A irr.UC IA. 1 1 11 MK
at JX.ll VUUI I riClkkJ Willi mi j.
Baron That Sammy Could
Take Care of Himself.
TAFT AN ANTIQUARIAN.
Morlrty Kleeta Illra a, Member at
Centennial ( elehratloa.
vVOROBMroa. Mass , Oct. 1 Presi
dent Taft and the British Ambassador,
James Hryce, were among those who to
day Joined In the observance of MM
one-hundredth annlveraary of the Ameri
can Antiquarian Society, one of tbs old
est organizations of lit kind In th n
oountrv An address by Prestdnt Taf;
at a baminet to-tilght was expected to
be a feature of the celebration.
Jl'storlcal authorities of this and a
number of foreign countries attended
the meetings. An address reviewing
the work of the society was delivered at
the opening seaslon by tx-Oonjres.tman
Charles O. WasJlibum. Speakers at a
meeting later In the day Include I Unite I
States Senator Henry falmt Looge, Am
bassador Hryce and ex-Gov. Samuel W.
Fennypaeker of Pennsylvania. Presi
dent Taft was elected a member ol the
eoclety at the business session.
H. Mary Co.'e Attractions Are Their Low PWWax
Sammy Hnron. an ironworker, Jua.
Che woe bit of an Inch taller than five
foot, appeared before Magistrate Breen
In the Tombs Police Court to-day In a
frock coat and tan apats, with his waxed.
mustache twirled up to his ears, In the
undignified role of complainant Against
his wifo Esther, who towers a foot
above him, and asked that the atromg
arm of the law be enlisted to protect
him against her mighty right one.
Sammy says that Ksther. with dis
heartening regularity, adminlstrs scien
tific and thorough punishment upon Ills
poor, wea.k llttlo frame.
Mrs. Boron sneered audfhly as her
hi.iband told tho Court his graphic
atory, while the eight Utile Barons, all
standing In a row, nodded vehemently
and in unison every time their mamma
put one over on father, when she con
tradicted nil story.
The particular heating which cauaed
"Sammy," as he was affectionately
called by bis spouse In court to-day,
to rush to the protcrtlon of the law waa
handed to hint last night. He bad co.Tie
home blithe and happy, he said, when
wai greeted nltli a right Jon to
the law from his Indignant wife, who
Mcuaed him of attempting to ehanghil
h eldest aon Morris1 back to Germany
because he had defended her against
him. Tho light occurred at No. 170
Henry street, where the Barons have
lived for five years since their arrival
In this country from Germany.
Mre. Blanche Heine, the oldest and
eaarr'.ed .laughter of Mrs. Baron, acted
as Intrepreier. When her fither com
pleted tils tale. Mrs. Baron with the aid
of her daughter, told the court that
Pitt sod His lite.
I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
saved my life. I inherited weak kidneys.
The discharge was ao frequent and pain
ful that I would have to atay in bed to
obtain temporary relief. I consulted
good physicians, but the results were dis
appointing. My landlady advised me to
try Swamp-Moot as I he Inst resort, which
I did and I was quickly relieved.
1 continued taking Swamp-Hoot and
my weight has increased fifty pound-.
My health is of the best and I have told
many others about Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Koot and have done a lot of good iu this
way. Your wonderful medicine is of
great value to mankind.
Yours very truly,
J. H. BRLXBY,
838 Main St. l'awt ticket. R. I.
The above statement made before me
I declare to be truthful in every detail.
THOMAS MA RSI) EN,
Sr. XUinar at Co.,
tngbamton, ST. T.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co , Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a -ample bottle. It wil!
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention the New
York Evening World. Regular fifty
cent and one-dollar site bottles for sale
at all drug stores.
Ball a Century
Diningand Bed Room
Our assortment of Fancy Linens gathered from
every quarter of the globe is well worthy of inspec
tion. There is much that is entirely new and many
exclusive pieces. We quote below for a few represen
Tea Napkins, Madeira Embroidered, $4.75
to $30.00 per dozen. Figured Damask hemstitched
and scalloped, $2.75 to $17.50 per dozen. Linen
hemstitched, embroidered and lace trimmed, in very
large assortment, $6.00 to $65.00 per dozen.
Luncheon Sets, Embroidered in Madeira,
Spanish. Italian, Swiss and German needlework. Set
of 25 pieces $7.00 to $365.00 set. Lace Sets, and
Combination of Lace and Embroidery Seb of 25
pieces, $13.00 to $450.00 set.
Scarfs, for bureau, chiffonier, sideboard and
side table in a wide range of sizes beginning at 12x36
inches to 27x72 inches. Prices from .75 for plain
hemstitched Linen to $150.00 for finest Filet and
Point de Venice.
James McCutoheon & Co.,
5th Ave. & 34th St.
W aasawV Hot aid Square- ektW
SMART STYLES IN AUTUMN APPAREL
That Will Appeal to the Critical Woman
We have prepared for all cold weather needs with
garments of velvet, velveteen, corduroy and broad
cloths with trimmings of velour and moleskin vel
vets; of brocaded velvet and heavy embroideries.
in Corduroy Z5.74
In navy, black or brown corduroy
velvet. Very striking tn style with large
buttons as trimming and new fli t collar
of contrasting color. The black agduroy
with yellow collar; the brown has black
collar-the blue with "Bernard" red.
Vest and high coHar of pleated shadow
lace. Clinging skirt effect.
(Whitt Marabout and Ostrich Stole-as
illustrated-long, fiat effect, $14. VS.)
TtarA Tama J
. aii n k
i: I w..:a i i ll -
i . , r i . . . . i . , . L.
we -cut ot i'-DUTion cutaway iuai .
linetl with heavv satin. Hteh Empire
back and corded silk tailored revers
Skirt of semi-hnik ' tvle. with side pleats 6:'.
In a fin,. cr.-iHc nf Hinonn.'ll c.'rpp. infC1.
navy, black, bluet, raisin and taupe.
Sizes for small women.
LACE CURTAINS IN NEWEST PATTERNS
Of interest to tht woman who demands something distinctive
and unusual in Lace Draperies a re thtnewMarquisttteCurtains
with their eyelet embroidery, antlqUf lace. orCluny SC squares
and insertion. These ;ire typical Macy values at 22.74 a pair.
Bed Sets and Panels of Marquise; le are in designs to
match the Curtains and are $29.49 for the Bed Sets and $14.74
each for the Panels.
Irish Point Lace Curtains
$1.98, $2.49, $2.69, $2.97 and $3.74 Per Pair
Thesetan made by the most skilful lace curtain makers in
this country and include the conventional and floral border
styles that are on fine net.
In navy, taupe and black charmeuse
with Vest of fine shadow lace corded
and trimmed with amber crystal buttons.
Extended arm hole, long sleeves, with
lace frills at wrist. "Straight line" skirt
i. 1 Floor Broad fraT
V.'IT Ilia hi iTi ... n i I
aW "T-?- I I 11 ' I laWf 1' ."- I
'AosaWa IJH1 HI II 1
MPORTED Guard Chains, set with imitation Pearl, Rubies and Sap
phires, in eiht entirely different styles. Suitable for carrying
watch, fan, purse or lorgnette. Price, 49.
:Maln Floor. Il'w .
NOVELTIES IN NECKWEAR
The fetching styles are numerous, and
they change almost from week to week.
Black-and-white is the combination considered smartest in the
odd Stock Collars designed for tailored wear, but with sombre
costumes the stocks in purple, green, crimson or French blue
and white, are preferable. Flat collars, in black or unusual
white materials, are here in a goodly diver
sityfrothing with lace in the shape of
jabots or bibs or cascades. Some of the
newest kinds are shown in the illustrations.
Robespierre Collars, made of black messaline
with white silk or pique facings. Numerous styles
tun nf which are shou n in the illustration at the
special price of 44c
Batiste Jabots, trimmed with real crochet laces
and fine Valenciennes. Made to sell at $1.00.
Velvet Robespierre Collars, in black, green, blue
and cerise, with pleated net jabot. 96c.
At the same price Venise lace collars, in round
or square shapes, with allover and border designs.
Princess Lace Collars, suitable for coats or
dresses, hand-made, in beautiful designs taking a
variety of shapes. Made to sell at $1.50. Our
White BenttBneVest shovn in the illustration
lined, corded and looped with black or a bright
Robespierre Collars (In high and flat styles), made
of bengallne. messaline and taffeta with lace frills.
Ornamented with a silk rose like that shown in the
illustration. Price $2.79.
Black Satin Stock, with jabot nf black net and
white, delicate shadow lace. $3.49.
Black Satin Dutch Collar, with vestee and full
jabot of cream shadow lace, $4.49.
Imported Hand-embroidered Nov
elty Collars, in blind effect, applique
work, shadow work, Florentine cut
work; some trimmed with real laces,
and some in the new Robespierre
shapes, $3.49 to $14.69.
Mala Floor, H'rrajr.
Swiss Hand-loom Embroidered Col
lars, in square, friple-poiiited and
r'njndsh,'ie,:. exquisitely embroidered,
$1.19 to $3.49. ,
Irish Hand-crochet Yokes, Dutch
Collars, Robespierre Collars, spade,
square and stocl- eo'lert, In the newest
deaigntef lace. $1.98 to $19.69.
FINE BLANKETS WE IMPORT
From Italy, Germany, Austria and France and Sell
at 15 to 25 Less Than Elsewhere
Silk-Spun Slumber Blankets from Italy are a warm, colorful covering
for which college youth and bachelor have a strong liking The Filankets are
lightweight. Striped in Roman colorings, and bound at eacn end.
Siie 4670 inch.i, 94c Silt 54i72 Inthos, $1.79 each.
Silk-Spun Slumber Blanket from Germany h.ise iOtnewhat finer
colors than the Italian, and a high lustrous finish. These we have recently re
ceived are patterned In Oriental designs and colorings suitable for rooms
furnished i" I dark wooJ.
Siic 55i7S inches, $4.69 oach.
Camel's-Hair Blankets fromGermany are the warmest, most luxuriou
feeling Blanket obtainable. In appearance they are an unobtrusive tari, bordered
.n brown, and could be used in any room, regardless of its style ot furnishings
These are our prices for the different weights and SUMS!
Siaa 63i90 inches, $14.39 and $16.83 each.
Su, 70,90 inches. $14.71, $15.57, $16.49 and $17.49 each.
Sue 80i90 inches. $18.49 each.
Striped-Wool Blankets from France bound with silk at the end
can be had in the following colors, to harinonie with UKial bedroom decla
rations: White-with-Dink or-blue. and lan-with-pink or-blue. I hate are pure
aooI, ery liht in weight and warm; .md tlavCOlori will not run, if proper
tare i taken in the laundering.
Site 59s79 ii Jes, $7.27 each. Site 71i89, $9.51 each.
Sue 83x89 inches, $12.61 each.
Wool Blankets from Austria in reversible coloring-, are among the
daintieat obtainable. Ve have a variety 111 plain colors, also in the nrw -.triped
I tfects, in siiea to fit single and double bed'. The colorings are guaranteed not
ofade, no matter how delicate.
Prkjas for single and double sizes, $24.66 up to $24.98.
Imported Irish Point Curtains
$3.59, $3.96, $4.49, $4.96 and $5.94
Made by the best lace makers of Switzerland - those are
imported by us and offered at the USUalMacy savings, Fine
net with floral and plain centres of rich border effects.
Finer Irish Point Curtains at $22.49.
Novelty Braided Lace Curtains
$1.98, $2.49, $2.69, $2.97 and $3.69
White and Arabian, in these popular styles. The patterns
are simple but artistic conventionalized floral designs.
Cluny Sash Curtains
$1.39, $1.79, $1.89, $2.49 and $2.89
Full width, in an excellent quality of French net -2? yards
long tucked and lace bordered styles and others with in
sertion and edges.
300 Designs in Nottingham Curtains
Perfect copies of the Real Cluny, Irish Point, Renaissance.
Filet, Point Venise, Brussels and Antique lace effects. These
range in price from 39c for a double thread Nottingham to a
very intricate Brussels pattern at $7.24 a pair.
Marie Antoinette Lace Panels
This season's favorites for Sash Draperies. Very effective
All are li yards long and in various wanted widths.
2VZ yds. x 40 in $2.291 2! j yds. x 36 in $2.97
24 yds. x 36 in $2.74 2' ', yds. x 45 in. .$3.59
ly2 yds. x 45 in .$2.9724 yds. x 40 in $3.96
Elsewhere these are priced from $3.00 to $5.00.
.Third Klmir. Mtt) Wrrvl
SOLID OAK DINING-ROOM PIECES
These are the remainders of Our Mid-Summer Sale, to
gether with many special pieces from our regular stock.
All are priced at about i less than Macy's Usual Prices.
These pieces are made of the finest seasoned o.'ik, proof
against warping and cracking and are hand rublKd and polished
to hold a permanent and lustrous surface. The upholstered
pieces are covered with strorg, fast-color black, well tanned
leather of fine annearance and great durabilitv.
Quartered Oak Dining Chairs
Sale Price, $2.89
Macy's Usual Price, $4.49
Upholstered backs and slip seat ,
Arm chairs to match, regularly S6.7 I
are now $5.24.
Solid Oak China Closets
Sal Price, $13.34
Macy's Usual Price. $16.24
Oolden finish. Closet contains .1
crooved 11-inch broad shelves and one
mirror panel in back, sie ''x.'S inches.
Quartered Oak Dining Tables
Sale Price. $13.49
Macy's Usual Price, $17.49
Top and rim are both finest quar
tered oak. The fret are "claw, the
extension six feet, and the top 44
Quartered Oak Buffet
Sale Price, $23.74
Macy's Usual Price, $JH.74
This piece has one lare drawer and
two small ones, one of which is lined
for silver. The btVM is 4 J inches long
and 19 inches deep, Fourth n,r.
HIGH GRADE BODY BRUSSELS RUGS
at less than Macy's usual "lowest-in-the-city" prices
There were about one thousand of these Rugs, pat
terned in the typical Body Brussels effect, Viz: small
all-over Persian designs. They represent a fortunate
purchase of a manufacturer's surplus stock, and are
so firmly woven and have so resilient a surface that
thev wear far better than the average Rug.
Size, 6x0 feet
Regular Prue. $18.74
Sale Price, $14.98
Tl colors are soft -toned
Combination! Of green, blue,
brown, tan, mahogmiy, ecru
Size, 10X13 feet
Ketuiar Price. fU.N
Sale Price, $26.89
liverv Rue is perfect and is adaptable to any room iiithe
house where hard service is niven and durability needed. Look
for the manufacturer's name woven in the back of the Ru. It
is ;n additional guarantee of satisfaction.
Size, 9x13 feet
Regular Price, 129.24
Stle Price, $23.24
Regular Price. )9.24
Sale Price, $30.89
Size, oxi s feet
Sale Price, $30.89
Thtnl H. WwfW,
FRESH SHIPMENT UF TABLE LINENS
Has just come from one of the largest and most reliable manu
facturers in Belfast, Ireland. The designs are new and include
delicate floral, Grecian key and Empire effects, woven in circular
effect, ;md specially adaptable for the round dining table.
Irish Linen Double Damask
Table Cloths & Napkins
An exceptionally wide ratine of
round designs to select from, including
Crftian key, empire, American beauty
rose, tulip, poppy and wheat,
70x70 inches; special, $1.98 each
7KK inches; special, $2.97 each
,70x106 inches; special, $3.49 each
Napkins to match
2) niches $2.19 doz.
21 inches $2.97 doi.
Irish Linen Double Damask
Table Cloths & Napkins
Round patterns, Pbppy, Grecian
key border, moire trix chrysanthe
mum, morning glory, tulip and lily
2yds. square; special $2.97 each
H. I1 Mnry r '. f.aclian' air Tllim
alWalal to 3Sh St
2x3 yds. ; spe ial
J!4 d-. sq.; -.pecial
2 yds. vi-! special
24 -inch Napkins
We carry a most mmplete assortment of lalle linens,
from a centerpiece or inexpensive tablet loth up to a
tfrieous banquet cloth, 90x90 inches, dtCOfaied with
rilet and Flanders Late embroidery, needle pant t en
elian figures representing elaborate sctnei ltm until-
Oioiy, ana a roraer oj nana-nniiea fringe, i ne price
of this superb tUth is $579.00. It cannot be dttt
cated elsewhere for las than $ 1 ,000.00.
Whatever you want, Mary's have.
Whatever Macy's have affords you the
"Regular Macy Saving.''
Why pay more elsewhere?
MACY'S SEWING MACHINES
Practical and durable machine it prices 1 , lees than yeu are charred
elsewhere on tht Deferred Payment Plan, Club Plan or Inalshnent Plan.
In addition to this great saving. Macy's Sewing Machines
are not only provided free with a full set of the newest attach
ments (consisting of a ruffler, a binder, a shirring blade, a tucker
and adjustable hemmers) but every machine listed below is
also fitted free with the new Automatic Need let dreader.
This remarkable little invention saves time, temper, head
aches and eye strain by threading the needle for you in an instant
automatically. You need not even look at it -it acts so rapidly,
smoothly and surely. It is attached or detached in a moment
does not interfere with your material or with any other attach
mentis made of polished nickel steel to last as long as the
machine itself. Bought with these Macy Sewing Machines it
costs vou nothing; bought separately it costs fl.OO,
Macy Sewing Machines range in price from 1 14.89 to 129.89,
and are so diversified in style, size and f'nisn tnat we cannot
describe them all in detail.
Here, however, we illustrate and describe one of the most
used models that at S19.89. costing elsewhere
24,00 to 128.00.
I his is the Macy "Red Star" Sewing
Machine, with automatic drnn head, highly
polished oak case, bell bearings and four
Irish Linen Hand -Embroidered Guest Towels
Just received through our hureign Office from Belfast, Ireland
Handembroidered in mam. new and novel designs. Oiuia; nf either
hemstitched or machine scalloped ends
Sle 15 X J.I inches, each 4e and Sfc
Size 18 x Mi inches, each 69c .nut 79c
Mala rsaefi riwr. a.Mh si.
The wearing pnrt
are Well ground kfaawaaaaaaaaaaal
and hardened, the
needle is setf-ctting twhich
will not let you P't in the
needle anv way but right) and
the shuttle self-threading. The
head is finished with three coats
black enamel, hand rubbed and hand
polished and baked on to make it
permanent. Over the enamel is a
double COat of hardest glossy trans
The stitch regulator will make
any desired number of stitches from
7 to J4 to the inch, allowing you to
handle fabrics of every degree of
thinness, thickness or weight. By the aid of a gear release the labor saving
Ixibbin-winder may be used. This machine is a lock stitch, making the ma
terial sewn look alike on both sides and preventing raveling or breaking of
The tension is so delicately adjusted, yet so strong and durable, that it
regulates automatically, preventing bending and breaking of needle, and
assuring even and regular stitching, without ever causing trouble or need for
repair. 1 he machine has a large, high arm. permitUng ample room for sewing
Here are other Macy Sewing Machines, some higher, some
lower in price, but all as dependable, as well designed and as well
titled for general use as the one we have described.
Mo..,,'. "D.J Cl- I If ' "D J Ca
avj ncu uieu
Sewing Machine, $14.89
Elsewhtre $11.00 to :o. 00.
Excellent model, In polished oak
case, with nutomatic drop head.
Sewing Machine, $17.89
Hal a highly poHshed oak case, all
improvements, hand drop head and
five drawers. .
Macy's "New Empire"
Sewing Machine, $19.74
Has a highly polished oak case,
hand drop head, and is made with a
large, high arm.
Macy's "Red Star'
Sewing Machine, $21.24
Automatic drop head. Highly pol
ished oak case. Six drawers.
Sewing Machine, $22.89
Case of highly finished seasoned oak,
with drop head, affording perfect pro
tection against dust.
Macy's "Red Star"
Sewing Machine, $29.89
Elsewhere $)f .OO.
Parlor cabinet, polished itolden oak
case, with drop head. The door of the
unoercase swings open, affording
liberal space for operating the machine.
Third riMr. Bth at Stoaw.
MACY'S PURE GROCERIES
At "Lowest-ln-ma-City" Prices
Table luxuries as well aa nsxeaaitiw are priced lower at Macy'a thaa
eaual quality is sold for elaawhac Bait no matter how Uw the price at
Macy a, you are sura of high eualitr. purity and full weight.
A anax-ial ! nf Our Cnlratawt "rn err aw . Mn e .
Jn,.!.p Jk Jni n wllly aM alaaoh.ra at si. AO a pound; SB
pound. .. . .P""":. '."" ' euK ia.OalilO.lb raddE
m itt LU ; i .i ' ' ' ' ' '
tCI l.llv VL'hit
L'ncolirra.l Japan and
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Mixi;n ajsd pokmoma oolonq only
l-lb, rartona, our rafular prlca He
for carton: apatlaJ far tkla ua . .4M
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nBAICPAT isaual quality aoid alaa-
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ii" ti nianar prKa
rangiatl or pulrarljadi JS-'.h. iaoh
'",;' bid. i:arln Ibwnl
Pound rarton at an,
BBOKBN SCACAKONI "Mare.au"
ran4. haw quality laiporlad: to. in.
eartona: aald raiulaily at 12c Ik:
JK'' .'.U JW ' 1 u"lb' carton NOa
MSA.!. IIOMlST-B.ai whit, granulai
adi J It. aottan !. apacial for thla
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our rraul.TrrTr. b oia'a V." -'K'A."""?? "IS :V" . cartoaa;
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FftOIAL BAI.F1 of L.ir.Y WjrfTat'' WaVAMS TOaCATO UtWIJIki' WaS
pioiad! MM, uacolor.d a-tthout nra.arvailva; quality thai raulia ala.il. Ji
h"itt ? our prlaa -or Ik a t., aala tar.. KT'tl' '" r,u" '"''
ki-k i vi. Hti.r. (ir H' .,,Nh Kit ...vf 1'UrrwLJi
. t ....... i in - ., wwn ,iw mi ini lortaiMia.
UT1 It Moll I
', !..jPV.k,t'.L!5.'"",i uaa caaiaialaa . i
IN'rl 1.1'NrflK tat (lunch rruia Vh
pai a.ri in aquar. nm , , ,i . : ,,. j j s lb, (hlj
nus Reason ' Tomatoes
a ik M " ' "Poftaiion inn
'SJraokvltta'1 Urtn.l. atralnad for aoupa
mm.t.w-m, ri"., I 1 IT,,J UC qilB.I4", 3
rt CI HA
Jaaaamtrva r. .1 raruiar alia No. J
an. .qual qu.tllty .old rlaawnara at I"
in r Baal thla aala. par can. Oai ana.,
1 in. a aVi v.aa.oi
'lliun.i Uatl" Klna TVmtataaa: raanlnr
ll'iari cam aqual uuallty aultf ala.
abara at 1 J, . r,)r Mil nil,, p.r can.
IUai 4es., ai it. doa. . . . .03.3 4
This Season's Canned Corn
"Amrrhan ltaauty" Uraod Jrnrv To
raatoaa; rafular alia 6S 1 ch lall cana,
rlaawhara I r ran out pile, n.r ran.
1B doa . a 1. iii . doa e.i.ai
"Alllvlna" Hrand j.raav TllSlTllll ra
Klar alaa ao callrd aallnn taoai aald
ala.wh.ra at M thla a.ila. par ran,
awe: doi. e.t..tTi 1 dui ae.eo
'Wakafleia" Iti'and Hwaal Corn; vary
fin,. fluv,,r. add alaawhara al 10c: tnir
1.1: . I Ml aal. par can. S11 par doa.
haVi - iioa ai.to
J,.1lnlllr, Brand Rtjfar Corn: ou.lttv
tl.t avlla alaawtver. at 1 .'c oar pri'.
pal (as, lii . doi.. St. 01 S doa. .aa.Oi
Malna Craam ffuaar OerB "Orean Uoun
lain" Hrand. vary fancy; aliawh.ra
I Ac. our prica. thla aa4.. per can.
dot., ail I . - doi
This Season's CanneJ Peit
"Wlilia c'lou.l" lliand Hwaal w rink tad
I'.na. v,rr fina fi,,vor. ,v 3 can. our
prlca for thla aala. ir can. 13r: .lm
1.81 -j doa aa.ra
hlfi. l ICarly Juna paaa: ' Hiar lni"
llrind. So. 2 .an. alarwliara Hr uUr
pr. .. par can, I X 1... Ol.aKi t
Th "cr c.'" Ilranil rlugar Tea. Vn. can;
ataawh'ra IBa ran oor prlc. fcr thla
aala. p.r can, 1 3c 1 doa t t.l; I doa.
I.liy Wl la" Brand Earlv Jun. lv.11.
So. - , an ; altawiiara 1 rtr .n: our
prtca. par an t ., . a,. .
"1I IKI Ml '
. hpr.t Mi. hai t: op i Ri.Nrtt Aariavtm a.
w.ii. ma nil. at .aparaeu. grown In Franca.
No J Nniur. earn r.aul.ir Drier Tie; In thla aala
NIICIlL Ul IIP IIIHI llll III W HIT K taPAKAIll .. ' llval.r Hay"
1. la contslnlng s to p thick ataika pacK.d 10 ..11 at 1 : can; tnia alia.
ikV UK IWrDKir.ll IIONP.LXNN M.UtltlVlM,' III H U, lilt II
,i ua oil. our own importation from r.Tiugai. urwc -u. loiaa,
Each. I Tat
nil UP itiwt I(II"h "Hock" lirand. In lara No. ran; our
if " HSMf la 1 can: tht. ante 11010 - a. law
livinair M rKaVM ll PHt Uai ...i lirand.
JUT lai'llaar wrloa la J2c ouc In. Ihla aawalal aala
1 1 tLv
raaular alt. can:
Hu.rnir.nt, ,1lh Rt.
ll W I rtwn pi.