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iM Vi!filNO WUKLD, MOMJAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1912.
NEWSBOY
TRAMPS
490,000. MILES FOR
$50,000 AND BRIDE
He Got the Girl on Ihc Way
and Gets the Money After
10,000 Miles More.
EQUITABLE FIRE COSTS
LIFE OF FIREMAN BASS
X)OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Y sedentary futV, whose daye are
petit on office Itoall onl vhniw t: iv Is
p cottoned chiefly to the sir'iwey, sit
up rn take notice of Julius Rath, a
neaeafcoi alobe-tl-etter. wlio htl Just
trotte't Into our little' burg after cover,
in imp- 90,KI0 odd miles of t.-1-rxtlal
urfe.ee. Fifteen years ao. t;ie St. Louie
Club, the most exclusive ilub In the city
of that name, decided to see If Julius
Rath, then a fourteen-year-old newsboy,
could travel MO.000 miles In eighteen
years. To 'Induce. Rath to hike away
n bis long errand, nnd to keep hiking,
the St. T.ouis Cluh put up $5,(KK), which
will be Ms when he comes ha k to rt.
fouls, after he haa walked ills ."00,m
miles. Rath Is on his last lap now, ha a
111 covered 490,100 miles nd circled the
lobe twenty tjjncs. wearing out 440
pair of shoes In doing It. Incidentally,
he picked up aYrkle anil a do on the
To substantiate this story there Is his
WIH, who accompanies hint by train
and boat, his do, who goes nlon wl h
tilm on 'toot, and some . dlfrles, iec
or.!i,ur Ms travels.
Rath claims en average of
ooooooooooooooooooooooooc
Hero of Blaze Finally Dies After
Long Fight to Recover
His Health. ,
The Hre Department and Its friends
were saddened to-day by the news of the
death of Charles H. Haas, I'aptaln or
Knglne No. 2t, In the Hronx. His death
was due to his hurts In the tire which !
destroyed M Kqultable Building last
winter. Ills heroism then was the euh
Ject of conm -n latlon from the gfllcerc
ui the departi'w nt athl the public.
Bass w;is hrought out of the bulldln -
hlr.'y to i at the height of the III ", when one hem
fifty miles of walking a day for the last after another was fighting In va'.:
fifteen years. And tills does not ,. nalnst the flam :i In an effort'to rescu
fhtit the days he spent on Shipboard. Si'SKl'1 JSL!L 25kfft.hU
-.,. j . . .. , ' , 1 had reached tin- fire vvlt.i the first
jmr under the stipulation ...at win g, , , an,,vtr ,8 nlarl, WM resoue,:
him the handy IW.ono, he must walk the ; by Firauisti Jacob Brown of Truck Nr.
deck for twelve hours every day of any 1, his skull was fraotUtVd ami his right
hh ihut he travels In. That he may ' arm wan dei plv burned, tin was taken
smt fnrKet to do the deok nromennd,. I to Hudson e'.rc t Hospital. Such reov.
cry as ne maue whs sum. jus ui:r,u
l is Impaired and ho was for many
tne . potation also calls for Iter.:, to ob
tain til's attestation of the ship's purser
to the amount of time he promenade,
Wlti hl'ii It.ith carries 'in ordinary
ledge:', In' which there aie the sign itures I clerical work at he (quarters
of Qevernora. nitahs. hureiininsters ''Toit to mak'- work :. for hltn
cks a trt mlillne;, uncertain wreck
the man he had b'-en.
' ! an n 'ssloner Jnirison gave hln
th.
Hi
lord Mayor and other olTlcial all over
Improved under the lln.it dutle and
to the Mt. Lout in, that ll may
tab oil blah
th gloho throuKli woode bailiwicks lie
.happin'd o .ilke. The diaries and his
ledger. ,is i i ,, , h,. (l'.ls thetn. he sJiIim
tisck to th
I ep i
Rath has been -ho: by ban.'Jls In
IstWer California, almost frizxtej sllv
Ty the heat or Agfa and Africa, half I Hundred and BlXttettl street
irnit'ii in guin, pir-hed lip the Sahara,
nlnKist drowned i:i tin. Yukon Rlrer,
i hased by Chinese Boxers !:i tiic Far
time sc. i.ed so far recovered that
he wni appointed a captain and st:t
to the nronv Active duty broke hln
ll ini, A bO0d Slot formed or, his brain
and it ncces-ary io put him In the
lartll irluni.
j'he ch-ad mail's wife, mother and hn.'
children, who wife entirely dependent
upon h'm, live ut No. Win West One
Fake t.im ier tu Jail.
Werner .1. l'reelaad. who Is slid
I las, himI
to leave his .in In Jeis.-y
hav.
lor"d as ti
in the cily and w
only Finnish lawyer I
o maintained an office ;
Hi h for. he . nt' -red V V..elt "t-
h Cap. Nome ht met Jaok halfRua- :' Xu- KftJrff" Xnu' w" con-
. . ' r uu vlcle.l In Special Sessions to-dlv on the
r.in noiiiiolltm on.l naif '.lusky." and , Jiihs .. I
took th. doi Nona tviiii him. Jack hss
done tO.Ots .nlles with h! ivaater.
In PIUiblirKH Itatli mal l.ulu Alhcrt.i
Hen, whom h. married this ajteing. smi
I
ui) hi Caiifi
io gn, alur In- train an 1 tblp, white
ir l,u,'nnd hikes. He cxpect?i to wind
ilia"i' of nid
w.dch Is a m Isdomeanor, ane was mii-
ti need to serve litre rhonthi in rhe
penitentiary, Mya, Ida i.impi of uicn-
rl.lgi . V. J., wa: the complainant. Sh
leetlfled th t -tie hart paid to rreelatid
flun in or. a divorce for her
rnia. by way onMtxteo, in'
tine t "i' the Pankmg Bgkjgun.
GEN. MILES SEES WORKMEN
BLOWN TO PIECES
BY DYNAMITE BLAST.
Another Injured While Mon Are!
Blowing Out ftct Slump?--Stones ;
Fall on Ex-Army Leader.
tVKSIVMINSTlClt. MM., Nov. ls..
ien. Nelson . Miles .rctlrt li rtkw one
of bN eniplo) i'Cs blown to places" a'u-1
nnothei nenoelv Injured by a dvnamltn ,
vph'ioii on his farm to-day. Th" deal
,?nan Was Fi e I C Italy of WeMiulnst. s. '
M ill '. Melvin or l.i o ninster susialneu
,i fractured arm.
Oeu. .Miles was several hundred yard 1
away and wa.a not Inured, although;
snrm and small itonea fell on 1dm,. . i
Hale mid Melvin were Mnlodif.inr rocks
cud stoma On the farm at t be lima, j
ASKS DAUGHTER FOR MUSIC;
ENDS LIFE AS SHE PLAYS. :
Cigar Dealer Take; Poison During
Closing Strains of Beetlviven
Symphony.
Jore; h Holdman. a ilealer In clori i
ornl st itlowbry at No. Ml Ilond street.
Iirookli.. killed hlinself with parls green I
nd catholic .,efd last night at his honi", :
0. 104 Bond sireet. He had leen suffer- j
io fro.it melancholia for some time. I
end a letter li cetv'! by his Hlstet aft r
death' showed that h- h:'l heen
HORACE WATERS & CO
WjCTERS
hi
T.vlua poison for sever. il days.
Joldigan asked Ills wife to take charu
the Itore tail night, saving he want ".I
OA home for a rest. lie enter,',! th,'
1 ouse, told his daughter Clara, who .was
ng trig piano for I friend, not to 1 t
dlsturh lion and tag Uown In the
lack loom. Jul! as the klrl tlnished the
I athetie strains of the Third Symphony
b Beethuven she heard her father
HMtblng heavily. She ran to hint and
lound him dying,
V
I ir.i
DEAD HAND HALTS GIRLS;
THEY FIND SUICIDE'S BODY.
-
Come Upon Henry liajlmin of
Port Washington, With Bullef
In His Brain.
While a group of school girls were
walking tills morn ng in Chiron uveuue,
Corona. I.. I., thoy saw a band pro
truding from weeds at the edge of a
rwauip. The girls approached to p-iep
at the OWntrol hand and saw that
Hit, oiu was dead, with a wound In
i). Is ) eld. There was a uvwolvcr In h!g
ii i nan .
The police were not fled and Identified
tl.e body as that of Henry Hachncn, a
milk dl tier of Porl U iisblngtoii, who
had boen utlsslng for three days from
ha home lleegas lorf -eight yea-s of
pge and pad a faml!. It Is believed
that business troublau upset rti mind.
i FoUntlca 1845
In addition to our larc
MtOCk of Waters Piano and
i Waters - Autola D 1 a y e r -
'piarioV, ve have selecfed' the
i raHowmg leaders on which to
I rrjake.
A Special Offer
j at low pric.s and .on easy
terms.
I Style 85 Chester Piano
! 114 octave. .i-striiiKed, over-
Strung bat.s,. lull iron frame,
ivory keys, fine tone and
handsome case. Warranted
six ears.
$190
on payments r:f only
$5 Per Month
without intercut. Stmoi,
cover, tuning and delivery
free. Also
Style 5 Player-Piano
with full scale, ts notes and
automatic tracker. A mbst
excellent and up-to-date
! player-piano that is simple
i and easy to pa .
$390
I on pavnients ol inly
$8 Per Month
without intorest . ti e n c h
and 12 rolls Of muic free.
Scud Postal lor Catalogue
Horace Waters & Go.
Three Stores:
134 Fifth Am., near 18th St.
127 West 42d St., near Broadway
H-irivm Rranch (llptu livening-.)
254 W. 125tnSt.. near 8tb Aej
Sl a uasnans's sales ef Fresh lamb
In o Vu.s ity Tie tlis wrrk cDd.ug sstiiriMO.
Mm. Ill, t snmed iV.VU eui ir tfawd. .'
A I.AUdK I'llOTOtiR.tVI It I ' FHK.K.
A rholosrsvura of l't evident Eleet
Woodrow Wllnoii und his family sill be
slvtu rrs (tor the tuuvon with ntst
tiuadsy's World.
FOUNDED 1827
FOUNDED 1127
JWtioft). GsnbtMz & Co.
A Sale Extraordinary
Of High Grade Merchandise Will Be Held on .
Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. the 19th and 20th
when we will offer in every department select articles of the most seasonable and fashionable kinds, of the higher
grades only mdde expressly for this season's selling perfect in every respect new and fresh from the workshops
no manufacturers' seconds. The following is but a partial list of the hundreds of articles included in this sale.
Attention Is Particularly Directed tcrthe Extraordinarily Attractive Prices
Latest Model Waists
For Women and Mittes- An UnuMiul
Variety of Styles and Materials to
Meet All the Reason's Requirements
CRPE CHIFFON Hand made. ..
Regularly $37-50 Ju.UU
CHARMEUSE AND CREPE CHIMON- , Q
New model. Regularly $25.00 lo.oU
BLACK LACE, with white brocado 1 nn
Crepe dc Cbine. Regularly $21.00 lo.Ull
CHIFFON CLOTH, with contrasting 1 n nn
Vcstee. Regularly Si 2.50 lU.uU
CREPE DE CHINE White, ft -ft
with double frill. Regularly fi 2x0 5Ji)U
BLACK CREPE DE CHINE (Mourning). - pn
Regularly S9.00 I .0 U '
CHIFFON ever shadow Ince,
in cloth shades. RtfVlsrlj $7.50 O.fiu
CH1H ON- Embroidered. .
Rjgulnrly $5.00 0.!lO
H ACUTA I BOX SH.'RTS-at vai-jt
of colorings. Regv.li'iiy $f, co j.u
VOIL15 AM) BATISTE- Hand etr.btoid
I'reil and irisli crochet. Regulariy Ij to ta .UII
I.INGfc'Klt Hand cinbroidereO. o-,
Uei;u!.ir!y $2.00 X .09
FLANNEL In plaited models, wrsliable. ....
Regularly $3.00 CVli
VOILE- With Cluiiy lace trimming and .
embroidery. Regulatly $2.00 l.55
VOILE, BATISTE, iMPOB TED
1 MAURA'. , COLORED AND WHITE
TAFFETA, FLANNELS Lu Isce, cm
broidery trimmed, tailored Hnd shirt- ...
models. Rogularly tt.50 .Ji)C
Fine Handkerchiefs
For Men and Women
MEN'S PURE IRISH LlT.fcN
licmstitched; J and U inch Items. f)
Kegiilarly 4.00 dozen d.lO
MEN'S PURE lRlSii LIKEN
Hemstitched; .'4 and inch hems.
Regulorty 00 dozen o.io
MEN'S PURE IRISH LINEN
Hemstitched; j 1 and J i inch bent. mm
Regularly S7.00 dozen .lo
MEN'S PURE IRISH L11EN -Hemntitchcd;
t and 'i inch heinil. nft
Regularly $9. uu dozen D.UU
WOMEN ':i i" fC GLAWW AND CAMBRIC
Hen'-stitcued; 's and M iuch hems.
Regularly ?. 50 dozen l.bU
WOMEN'S FINE LINEN LAWN
Hemstitched; .' nnd 1 inch hems. . ..
Regularly $6.0Ad'-zen 1.UU
WOMEN'S FINE SHAMROCK LAWN -Corded
and embroidcrey corners. ftn
Utgultrly 16.0,1 doicn o.SU
Hosiery and Underwear
For Women and Misses-1 All Seasonable
Weights and Standard Makes
PURE THREAD SILK HOSE Gauze and
medium ; blaclt, while and colors ; double -
soles and toes. Reg. $1.75 to 2.25 pair S)5C
PI RE THREAD SILK hO 1 1 , with double
garter tops and cotton soles.
Regularly St. 00 pair
M1.DIUM LISLE OR COHON HOSE
Various styles In plain, embroidered or ,,,,
lace ankles. Regularly 50c and 75c pair COC
FRENCH SILK HOSE- Elaborate hand .
embroidered. Reg. 16.75 to SK.05 pair t.95
CHU-DREN'S COTTON RlBEED HOSE
Winter weight; blaci. only. - ftft
Regularly Sj.oo dozen . , J j doz., 1 ,UU
PURE SILK VESTS Swiss ribbed, band
finished necks; short or'long sleeves; n
sizes 3 to 7. Valueu up to S2.75 each l.oU
PURE SILK VESTS Swiss ribbed, hand
finished necks; low neck; tr.editim t
weight ; tizes 4 to 8. Reg. ti.?s each 1.11)
MILANESE SILK VESTS French band
top, with embroidered front; whitf or ere
p;nlt; first quality. Regularly $2. .'5 each ! .1 O
75c
Gl(
loves
IOR WOMEN kdl) MISSES.
GLACE- 20 button length 'First quality;
white only. Regularly $4.50 pair
GLACE- 20 button lcngth--Selectcd
quulil) ; white only. F.eguiarly $3.75 pair
GLACE- 16 butiou length First quality;
white only. Regulauy I3.75 p til
GLACE - 16 button length white, black,
champagne. itegularly $.00 pair
WASHABLE DOESKIN- 1 clasp;
while only. Rt;;t.larly ii.io pair
"REGIS" FRENCH K1L- 2 clasp; white,
black, tan, gray, beaver, mode.
Regularly $1.50 pair
CAPE GLACE 1 clasp; new tans
and white. Regularly $1.35 pair
GRAY CASTOR- 1 clasp.
Regularly $1.25 pair
CHILDREN'S WOOL GLOVES-A great
variety of solid colors and mixtures.
Regu!arly 75c pair
CHILDREN'S WHITE WOOL MITTENS.
Regularly 65c pair
3.25
2.25
2.25
1.95
95c
95c
95c
95c
50c
50c
Ileal Lace Neekvyear
At One-Half the Regular Prices
Comprising Rose Point, Duchcssc, Honiion
and Carrick-ma-Cross
BERTHAS. , . n.
Regularly f 30.00 to $150.00 1S.UU to 75.UU
BARBES. ....
co RAft'r'y 3 00 ,0 5 c0 ,0
Regularly $.oo to (50.00 2.50 to 25.00
Furnishings
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES.
PETTICOATS of Crepe de Chlno, Messa-
T,.,..,. t t T
Regularly 65.00 to 17.50 . ,
SILK PETTICOATS ef Crepe de Chine,
Mcssa'.iue, Taffeta and Silk Jersey Top. -
Regularly 87.75 to Scj.75
JAPANESE QUILTED 6ILK ROBES
ULick and colored. Regularly S10.50 0,
JAPANFSP. QUILTED SILK VESTS
With sleeves. Regularly S5.00 u
JAPANESE QUILTFD SILK VESTS -
Slervcless. Regularly S2.50 1
NEGLIGEES-- French Flannel, (.bailie
and Albatross; band embroidered; all
new models. 1
1 Regularly $13. jo to $32. 50 tK&U to 15
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SWEATERS
- -High neck, V or sbawl collar; in Nor
folk or coat models ; either coltd
or combined colors. 1 ,. n,
Regularly S5.9S o fo.oo O.'Jh to 0
Paris Evening Robes
(Unmade) Unusual Concessions from Reg
ular Prices for This Sale
CHIFFON TUNICS Crystal and white
beaded, the leading evening shades: oe
for party dresses. Regularly S25.00 each 14.95
NET AND CHIFFON TUNICS -Elaborately
beaded and embroidered; black,
white, mauve, pink, light blue and r. .
emerald. Regularly $37.50 each Jt.90
1 UK ICS Smart models; net, black,
white, crystal and Rhinestone effect. ...
Regularly $05.00 each y.uU
Bohemian Laces
The Most Fashionable Laces of the Season
Complete Sets of Edgings, Insertions, Flouncing
and Allover.
EDGINGS 4 to 11 incht-G wide. r. fi-
Regularlr 40c to Si. 10 yard i5C to 05C
INSERTIONS 1 to 8 inchea ,
wide. Regularly ?se to 85c yard ll)Cto05C
FLOUNC1NGS- is inches wide. -tn
Kcguiarly $2.00 yard 1.1U
ALLOVERS 42 Inches wide. ft
Regularly $3.5 yard C.OV
i
Veils and Veilings
A Recent Importation of Paris Novelties
Newest Effects
LACE VEILS, with velvet dcts ; also thread
design with chenille, magpie, navy and
Regularly $2.50 and $5.25 each 1.85 and 3.75
MESH VEILS, with chenille floral dealgns;
also silk-run applique effect; cham
pagne, magpie and black. c
Regularly SH.75 A $12.50 each Xt.CO and O.S O
NOVELTY VEILINGS, with small chenille .
dot3 and fancy meshes. n
Regularly Q5C to Sj.25 yard D5C to 4.5(1
Dress Satins
COLORED SATIN CHARMEUSE-40
and 45 inch; new Fall colorings, alao
white, ivory, black. Regularly $2.50 yard
tuLuttcu OAiui v.rti.i 1. v-iinr.-MEUSE
40 inch; pebble-bacli, r -w
colcrs. Regularly S3. 50 yard .DO
BLACK SATIN DUCHESS MOUS
SELINEfimported) 36inch;high,brll- 1
Uant lustre; soft finish. Reg. S2.00 yaid l.i)
WHITE DUCHESS SATIN MOUSSE
LINE (imported) -35 inch; soft finish; 1
brilliant lustre. Regulauy la, so yard 1 ,)5
WHITE DUCHESS SATIN MOWSSE
L1NE (imported; 40 inch; soft finish;
brilliant lustre. Regularly $3.00 yard C.UU
New Dress Fabrics
Including the Season's Most Popular
Weaves
NOVELTY SUITINGS 44, 50 and 54
inches wide; a choice selection of Velour
de Laine, Bordered Bengalines, English
Stripec. French Mixtures and Plaids. f
Regularly S3. 00 to 84.50 yard 1 .50
VELOUR DE LAINE- 54 inch -.solid color;
stripes; sbsdes of taupe, brown, navy, 1
plum, myrtle, also black. Reg$4.ooyard l.DO
IMPORTED TAILOR CHEVIOTS
50 inch ; navy and black only 1 i
Regularly S2.65 yard 1 .CO
SHADOW STRIPE CHEVIOT 4a inch; -,
Fall shades. Regularly $1.25 yard 55C
FRENCH CHALLIES 30 inrh; best
quality. Regularly 65c and 75c yard .IOC
1.65
95
75
95
95
45
,95
95
Suits, Dresses 6c Wraps
For Women and Misses
To Suit Season's Requirements
100 TAILOR SUITS of English Cbeviote;
high claas; well tailored modal. OA Ba
Regularly S32. 50 2t.5U
COATS OF FRENCH BROADCLOTH nft
Handsomely lined with satin. RegS45.ee uO.UU
SATIN WRAPS - Marabout trimmed; ft
evening shadea. Regularly S45.00 C 5 .UU
For IV()iirning W
DRESSES OF CREPE DE CHINE -Crepe
trimmed. Regularly S28.50
TAILOR SUITS of EngUsh Che viols;
handsomely trimmed with silk; high
class model. Regularly $42.50
RAINCOATS-Prlestley "Rosebery."
Regularly Si 2.50
ear
20.00
30.00
7.98
High Grade Furs
HUDSON ShAL COATS Brocade sllkljr)e An
lining. Regularly $27300 CfcO.OU
CARACUL COAiS- Salin lined. nil
Regularly $00.00 05. UU
NATURAL PONY COATS-Full length. CB nA
Regularly lgo.00 05.UU
FRENCH SEAL COATS- Plain and bro- fi ftn
cadaUmng. Rcgulartytiio.ee O.UU
DYED SKUNK SETS Animal Scarf, . nA
Pillow Muff.' Regularly $32.00 JI.UU
DYED RACCOON SETS Fancy Scarf,
Pillow Muff. Regularly S40 00 JJ.UU
CARACUL SETS Straight Stole, 83 ....
inch, and Pillow Muff. Regularly $23 00 . 15.UU
N(
4.25
US
2.40
50c
95c
3.75
2.50
lotions
SHIELDS Double silk; No. 4; every
air guaranteed. doaen
SHIELDS - Puritan; aire 2, 3, 4; every
pair guaranteed. doze
SPOOL SILK 400 yards; black and
whit. doson
THIMBLES Sterling silver; heavy qual
ity; all else, each
NEEDLE BOOKS -Various style, con
taining best English Neadles. rjr
each 0C to
WORK BOXES -Fitted. . nn
each l.UUto
TOURISTS' SAFETY POCKETS
AND BAGS. each dUC to
Silk Umbrellas
A Scleci Assortment Many Especially
Suitable for Holiday Gifts
WOMEN'S FINE TWILL SILK UM
BRELLAS 26 inch; carved dog' head
handle of various kinds. ins
Regularly $300 1 .95
If EN'S AND WOMEN'S PINE TAFFETA
SILK UMBRELLAS, with extra choice
mountings of sterling silver snd stsg-
Regularly $4.00 and S6.00 2.60 and 3.75
Leather Goods
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
MEN'S TRAVELLING BAGS -Of Black
Walrus; 7 Inch frame; brasa trimmings;
leather lined; two large pockets. ...
Regularly S0.50 D.Uo
MEN'S FITTED CASES Assorted styles,
with high grsd fittings of various kinds. .
Regularly $7. So to S8.su 5.5U
WOMEN'S FITTED AUTO BAGS
Complete fittings of imported ebony;
10 inch frame; leather and silk lined. . ..
Regularly $10.00 5.95
WOMEN'S PURSES - Pin Morocco, in
black and colors; lop handle or back - fi
trap. Regularly $3 00 1 .55
Decorative Linens
Lace Trimmed and Embroidered Actually
Hulf the Regular Prices
CENTREPIECES 24 ir.ch; round or
square. Regularly $4.50 each &.do
TEA CLOTHS- 36 inch ; round or square. ..
Regularly $6.00 each J.UU
TEA CLOTHS 36 inch; round or aquare. ,.
Regularly $7. 50 each ).ZO
SCARVES
20x36 to 20154 inch. 1 IS 9 "D 1 "S
Regularly 4.50 to 6.00 each u.Cxt u.tiv ..')
Damask Table Cloths
Table Cloths, 212 yards. ... . ftfJ c mm
Regulaily S3.00 to S8.50 d.lV 1.51.1 D.Z5
Table Cloths, 2ah yards. ce n rn T en
Regularly S5.00 to $0.50 w.u5 5.5U 1.5U
Regularly so. 00 to $12.00 4.95 7.00 9.50
NAPKINS.
Reguly,4.oo,Od,,,r;j6tI. fJ
MAIL AND TELEPHONE ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
AND CAREFUL ATTENTION. PHONE GRAMERCY 5100
Huck Towels
HUCK TOWELS CELEBRATED OLD
BLEACH AND DIW BLEACH Hetn
. stitched ends and damaafe border.
Doaen 5.50 5.75 5.95
Fine Winter Bedding
Our Regular High Grade Standard Qual
ities Only Made to Our Special
Order of Carefully Selected and the
Most Sanitary Materials, at Unusually
Impressive Prices for This Sale
FINE WOOL BLANKETS SINOLE
BED SIZE. Rgularly S5.00 pair
FINE WOOL BLANKETS -SINGLE
BED SIZE. Regularly $6.50 pair
FINE WOOL BLANKETS- SINGLE
ED SIZE. Regularly SS.00 pair
FINE WOOL BLANKETS DOUBLE
BED SUB. Regularly So.sopair
FINE WOOL BLANKETS DOUBLE
BED SI7E. Regularly Si 1 .00 pair
3.95
5.00
5.95
7J5
8.00
Linen Sheets and Cases
Of Heavy Round Thread Irish Linen
SHEETS Hemstitched; single AA -ft
ba4. Regularly S8.00.S10.50 pair 7.UU 0.5U
SHEETS Hemstitched; double c OB D QA
bd. Rularly $9.50, Si i.s pair D.OO oJB
PILLOW CASES Hemstitched. , OA
Regularly $2.50 pair lJSi
PILLOW CASES-Hand embroidered. -
Regularty $4. 00 pair uJiO
FRENCH SHEETS Fin qua a tie; band
embroidered and scalloped.
Single bed. Regularly 115.00 each 12.00
Double bed. Regularly S1S.00 each 15.00
Pillow Csses to match. ...
Regularly S8.00 pair D.UU
Cotton Sheets and Cases
Actually One-Third under Regular Pries
"WARRRNTO" Our superior quality
plain hammed only.
SHEETS
63100 72x09 Sisop eoaeo
53C each 58C each 65cach 72Ceack
PILLOW CASES -
SSXjIH 451'j 50X38'i 543SJi
15C each 16C each 18c each 20c each
1 'CLYDESDALE"- Our high grade quality.
Plain Hem. Hemstitched.
SHEETS. 63 00 bOC ea. ttUC .
7" 09 72c. a. 88C aa.
S11 99 78c ea. 90c aa.
90 99 85c ea. 95c ea.
901108 95C ea. 1.05 l
PILLOW CASES. 421 38 17C ea. 22c ea.
4S iH 18C ea. 23c ea.
SO 58H 20C ea. 25c ea.
5438H23Caa. 28C oa.
"QUEEN'S HOUSEHOLD" - Our own special
importation; beautifully embroidered and scal
loped and band hemstitched.
SHEETS
721108
001108
PILLOW CASES
ass 30
- 251 3b
Regularly 15.50 pair 4.50
Regularly S6.75 Pir 8 JO
Regularly $1.85 pair 1.55
Regularly $2.00 pair 1.65
Curtains and Portieres
MARLS ANTOINETTE AND RBNAIS- mm mmt
SANCE CURTAINS. Reg. $16.5 pair 11.78
LACE AND ARABS CURTAINS. aa
Regularly $20.00 pair 14.50
FILET AND CLUNY LACE CURTAINS.
Regularly $30.00 pair 1.75
DOUBLE FACE VELOUR PORTIERES ,
Galloon trimming. Regularly $27,50 pair 10 Ji5
SILK TAPESTRY PORTIERES Variety
of the best colors. Regularly $16.75 pair 12.75
Oriental Rugs
A SPECIAL LOT OF KERMAJf SHAHS
AND SARUKS Average aires 4 0x6.3;
In unusual design; soft, silky texture
nd mellow tone. o SA vn nn
ReguKrly $80.00 to f 100.00 52.50 to 70.00
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL POINTS WITHIN 1SS MILES
THESE SALE GOODS WILL NOT BE SENT C. O. D. OR ON APPROVAL

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