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THE EVEHiriw w u iv jj i' , i a u a a u ' x , a U v ft a a A , nu,
FAGIN'S GIRL DUPE
STOLE THE PISTOL
HE KILLED WITH
Sophie Beckendorf Pleads
Guilty to Thefts When
Arraigned in Court.
to In'iulrsi - sftcr his OOndltiOO that tie
frit SO well that he fully expected to
be In hid seal In t!ie lenati when Con
Kress convenes next m inth.
ehoiillior Klllril nl Knotbsvll.
Wllsti KS-1IAKKK. P.i Nov. 31. -;
Leonard CumniliiKS. a Dunmore lllir.i
8chool sliniint. whose nevk was broken
In a fOOlball Knme w!th vTsSI Pltmon ,
Hlnh School last Saturday, died at the '
PMtMOn Hospital yesterday.
Orvpriln Iteckendorf, the younn servant
girl dupe of Joseph VorcI, the desperate
thief Who killed ono detective and seri
ously WOUHdOd four other people when
he was cornered In a roum at tho Bit
I mere Jlntel In tho Hronx on Monday
nlgl.t, and who was killed with his wlt
In tho pistol battle, pliii'le.l guilty to
day beforo Justice foster In Part I..
Generu Sessions, t raanl laroony In
th first lerse.
It was the knoaicdsj that this lrl.
nested early this month for numerous
robberies, would confess and plead
an .u In court, that made Vogel at
tempt to hide himself and his trunks
full of plunder on Monday night. He
Has trailed from one of the apartments
he maintained on West Twenty-llfth
treat to ihe hotel In the Bronx, and
there, whin the detectives closed In on
lilm, he put up a desperate flarht with
i The Indictment to which the Beaknn
dorf girl pleaded guilty was one charg
ing her with the theft of ROu worth of
I lewelry and wearing apparel from the
home of Mrs. Kuth Otuiz. No. 261 West
Eighty-ninth stree', on Sept. 1J. Three
' tlier Indictments t;ind uvulnst her, all
for robbery. They axe: For the theft
of 11,000 worth of Jewelry and wearing
apparel from Mrs. Hlanche ftosenblum
f No. Sit Wet Nlnety-eecond etreet on
July 6i for the theft of 1.2uo worth of
vh'ua1.1s from Mrs. Stella Kmanuel of
tio. GCa West One Hundred and Thir
teenth street on Aug. 20, and for the
theft of 50u worth of Jewelry and other
valuables from Klchard Stelnhardt of
No. 310 West Eightieth street.
Before remanding the girl to the
Tomb for SMtSnee on Nov. 27, Justice
Booster asked Probation Officer Kimball
of the Prison Aid Association, the same
Srmn to whom the note hinting suicide
sjvhlch was found In Vogel'a trunk was
addressed, to lnvestlKute her case and
report to the Court.
Sophie Beckendorf admitted that all
f her thefts were tur;.ed over to the,
ffVogels. She said that from Stslohardt
'"he took a revolver and that she had
een Vogel cleaning It after having re
ceived It from her. She believed this
was th' same weapon from which Vogel
i hfltrecti i his niLidcrous flrs on Monday
And Why Drugs Arc Being Used
Lets and Less for That Purpose.
The custom of Internal Nathing for
keeping the intestines pure, clean
ami free from poisonous matter cur
ing constipation, biliousness and the
BON serious diseases which they bring
on hits become so universally pop
ular, ami so scientifically correct in its
application, as to merit the most serious
Drugs for this purpose have proven
that their doses must be constantly
increased to he effective, that they
force Nature instead of assisting her,
and, once taken, mist be continued.
On the contrary, the scientifically
constructed Internal Bath gently as
sists Nature, hut i. infinitely more
thorough in its cleanliness than any
drug, no matter what its nature.
The J. II. L. Cascade, which is now
being used and praised by thousands
and prescribed by many eminent phy
siciuns, is now being shown and ex
plained by the Hiker and Hegemnn
Drug Stores in New York and Brooklyn.
Its action is so simple and natural
as to immediately appeal to all com
mon sense. That is the reason for
its great and deserved popularity.
Ask for booklet. "Why Man of To
day Is Only 60 Efficient."
ATRIAL SEPARATION LATEST.
;tWhlte Plains Juatloe Trias Net
Wrinkle When Wife Sues.
WHITE PLAINS. N. T Nov. 23 -Evidence
was heard by Justloe Mor
chav r to-day In the suit brought b
Mary . Odell of New RoobOUo for a
Separation with alimony from her hus
jand, Cher Odell, captain of one of
tho iStlui yiehts. Just Morschauser
Impose! a temporary Judgment, which
l as for Its Object the bringing of toe
He put Odell on Ms good behavior for
two WOOfcs, during which time Mrs.
i lull is to ha custody of the two
illdren and must tali them daily to
the home of Odell's mother. At tho end
j of two weeks the parties ira to return
ftp court, and If a reconciliation has n it
h en (fleeted further svldencs win be
taken and a decision filed.
' SENATOR OLIVER IN HOSPITAL
l'nil,-r Treatment for Kidney Trou
ble n, .FoIiiin Hopkins.
BALTIMORE, Nov II, t'ntted
Sine Senator OsorOJO T. Oliver of
Pennsylvania li a patient at Johns
Hopkins Hospital horo undergoing
ftVsatmsnl for klnney tFOtlblSj for
Which he was operated upon ueveral
The Senator was reported to-, lay to
be im irovlttg rapidly. He sent word
Uric-0 Relieves at Once
Head the Following, Then Send for a
Trial Bottle Free.
Crtr-O m..i.c Too 6prtnr and Full of L!f
"Five yrarn ago I wai a halpltaa crip
pla from KhaumutUm and a very known
treatment fulled. Mv doctor bills amountetl
tn ovar one tbouaand dollars, yet I kept on
trylnir to . relief. One day a frland told
ma of Urlr-O. I triad It. and. to my sur
prise, relief cama after tha usa of thrai
doees, and I slept and rasted that night
free from pain, aomat Ulnar I bad not ax -
; perlencad In month.
"I used In all six bottles of Urlo-O. and
I have never felt a return of tb disease. "
I These .ire the words of Frank Howe, a
j prominent farmer of Daldwlnavtlla, N. v
The onlv true war to cure Hhaumatlsm
la to ret ut It from the lnsldn with Urlc-O.
It acts with marvsllous swlftnsss upon the
muscles, ktdneya and hlAd. Claans out
tha stndllke deposits In tba muaules.
forces the kidneys to perform thoaa du
ties for whl'-h they ware daatartad and nau-
I trallsria the arid within the blood.
I'licO la a liquid taken Internally. It
times daily si-d does not contain any
morphine, opium Of other so-called "oaln
deaaaners." Ho la t lea. Muscular. I n flam -matnrv
and Articular Rheumatism all Ylald
readily tn Crlo-O.
This remarkahle ramedy la :t aala by
druffKlMts everywhere, at 11.00 per bottle
or ! bottles for 4U..00.
Insist on having It, or send 11.00 to us
and we will supply you by prepaid ex
Wo will land von free, a trial bottle of
Uric O If von will aend ua 10 centa In
atamps or coin to pnv shlpplna expenae.
Address thf- Prlc-O Co.. 16 State St..
Blnh union. N. V.
1 I Alio U
i t. j : ! rem
IAT IK I IW sSWU "
l sWL r y
ssT J OW t. f-i mm
THI LANOKST MAKIR Of MEN'S
S3. so A $4 OKUBS IN THE WOULD
Ijook ill V.f,.l)ot;uliis nl cir
windows and insisect tlie very
latent fasbionit : also tbe coiw rvn
tive stysos, which have made W. L.
DOHfTlisS) shoe a household word
everywhere. Hlioea tn all leatliera, all
styles and shaoca. to suit men In nil
walks of life. It' jou could visit VV. L.
DonKlrm lartro fiM'torles at Drockton, lass.
nnd see for yourself how careful'.v W. L.
Douglas Khoen are made, you would ilien un
derstand why they are warranted to fit better,
look better, hold their Nbape and wear
longer than any other make for tbe price.
r iiTinw je.tamtu
W-V'SW I OeTIV la at
'liiinnrd f.iE llie boltoni
If W.L.PoQKlas slioaa ajw not for sale In fvxu aleln'ty.
write lor catojuij' v . i liouguta, hh'mwto, no .
a W.L00UGLAS STORES
".!. - .1 sa sa ssbb at m m sr a. ssssa m
IN fiVn tohk:
(- -v'-JTSri I I
3 Nnesao Street.
15H ItroSHtwav, corner Slh Street.
.10s llroariway, eor. IsMlt Si. li ,iln So..)
1.110 Rroodwaj, earner .lOlh Street,
1 ,1)6 llroatlway (Times eqaisre),
ONO Third Avenue.
I (..J Third Avenue.
S IO0 Third ATenae, earner ISOtli Street.
I7TO Third Ave., bet. HOtli l7lh Ms.
148 I' l(hth Aeenue.
wm r.ifnin j venue.
41 Fulton Street, corner Pearl Street.
iii .'. 7 1 (i ItrnadwaT, eoruer Thnrr.lon St,
1:17 llronilvray, oorner dates Avenue.
478 rifth Avenue, corner 1 1th Street.
1770 I'ltkln Avenne.
JEUSKT CITY-04 Newark Avenne.
NEWAKK-431 llroad Street.
PATfttftuHON -10S Market Nt.,oor.Clark
HtlSIUS -101 H. State ktMr.Urees
Rogers 24-Pc. Table Sets
CAR VINO SBIS ItJOl
hlaile with ataK handle;
German SllVOf trimmltnr, put
up In fun
case; ValOO IS.OI
special fur this mh1'
IOQ11I TEA SPOONS
rronori Kray Rnfshi In protty
wi I tprtif ; v a I n "
4 He. Mi $08.1 si'ii
rlRl at. M Ui7.. . .
"trr. ORDERS nr-iKD
I n pu tty
Mads by the wpii known
flrnt of Honors; QOtlOlStlnfl Of
(I tablsOpoOflO, 4 tonrtpnona,
i Un.vea atM R
forks; In fanoy
F f Oft 0 h r' ay
i la 1 at
pronof) Kray lltilsh,
9sc val in . at. U ln.
ROOZRS KO. IB KNIVES-
ValUt II. IB per H
dol . SDOOlal, lO lor..
TABLE KNIVBB, I ORIS
ter, iirrry atnl flsn fork.i. I
rr'Htn atil r.'nal
spoonSi lusar siu iie
ati.i butter ktiivi.".
viiliirs iiii to irr.;
1 1 r , irn
1.00 Coutille Corsets
Alrditini bint; Ion? close fitting hip
boned; trimmed with wide lice jnd
dr.iw tie; 1 pt'rs of supporters at
tached; sites 18 to 3i; Friday spe
MA IT ORDERS PTT.TTtD
Buffet Menu (or hridsy
Clam Chowder (Rhode Island style) 10c
Lobster Salad 35c
Ush Uikes with Tomato Sauce 10c
lug Salad 20c
Fried Oysters Bc
Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Bread and
Salmon Salad a 80c
Manky Panky Sundae..,. ,. 10c
Blankets & Comforters
l i tr s Meevy Cesnisrtefs
I.ars. else. w. 11 atttrhed;
tovereil with plain sateen
" s n c y os aso
llesvf Cemfertets sr Fleered
BXtra liravy. lars:. else, well
etlti-hiil an,l tult
eil. notion llllwl.
Silkeline Camlet ten
I.lsrht and dark grounds, for
iiuvlliim alto lipils, with
backs: fill". I with
(limit two. at
' site, well
whit., g r a v . J UK
Linen Finished Pillow Cases
In sites of 4:'s14 and 45v..b. ii.mmoi
Cslilsrais Woel Blsakets
For large else beds; a most
ket; shown In
and plaids, silk
Pound; pair. . .
F.tlra Heavy Weelnss Rlsnkefs
For largo else beds; whits
and array, pink or blue bor
ders; this is
In eises of 54x11, 7Jt0;
some have elm 'it Imperfec
tions and many
sr. perfect. I.lmlt
H o a -.'iistomer;
ir blue nor-
f 4:'s14 an
at. ..irh . .
MAI I, ORDERS rlLLID
Women's $18 i Baby Lamb Coats at 12.98
Every Coat in this Collection is a Regular $18 to $20 Value
R t . t r A . r, I , . ( It U . . 1 , , , 1 v ( . , - 1 .ill loSj - lll.lcl sTsBSSl ll Sts S Wt A I . ! I . , I , .-, St . , t ilia U 1 .S.i-J 1 T J 1 t I I T 1 ' t ) I till1
These coats are made of baby lamb fur cloth In a most remarkable imitation of the high-prl
tiirht curl and rich wavy sheen, making it hard even fur experts to tiiMinauKh between th
and deep turnback cults; fastens at side
with large silk frogs. Lined throughout
with 2-year guaranteed satin in all the
pastel shades and black. Sizes 32 to 40.
Actually worth S18.00 and S20.00. Like
illustration, in this sale, Friday.
g ii narj even inr experts lo i
ed real fur,
m. Large C
Women's 54-in. All-Wool Black Kersey Ccats with
Baby-Lamb Collar and Cuffs (like cut) at 4.98
Also Persian Lamb (imitation) silk rmbroldrred sril plush collars and cuffs.
Oiats Intended to have retailed at ts to io. Hunk ot
it! All wool Black Kersey at S4 .'8. Why, It's the most
istoundlnE coat offering we've ever sent out. All 54
inches long, In sizes 32 to 44 iiust for ladies; yoke linintri
of Kersey-taped seams throughout j on sale i r d.iy only"
urhile Quantity of 350 holds out. at. each
Women's and Misses' Wool French Serge and
IU1II H'Miii i PtStS Wsseiev
Broadcloth Dresses (like Cut) at 2.98
The biggest $5 dress value you will ever have received. There's
:tvu rood dressmaking and elegant materials, We cull attention to
the (model here pictured) dainty lace nifties on sleeves
'Hie French Serge used is all wool; also Chiffon
Rroadcloth in 25 snappy styles in brown, blue,
Mark. tan. erav. etc.; 14 to 18 year sizes tor
misses; and ladies 32 to 44 bust; on sale Fri
Strictly All Wool
and Red Flannel
YOU'LL RL:i KiNl.E in this offering the most as
tounding bargain news ol the season. Astounding be
cause they're nude of Ihe scarcest cloaking on the mar
ket, I, e, strictly all wool chinchilla cloth.
The styles are uncom
monly handsome -all
full length and
tailored to perfec
tion. They button
close to neck. COL.
OKS: Gray, navy
and hrown. Sizes
'i to 14 years. On
sale Friday, instead
of lio.oo, at
Juniors' and Misses'Ultra-Stylish
sa'" Velvet Turbans, 85c
The latest style of woman s
dtaped turban hats; of good
silk velvet; in
black or blue;
exactly like cut,
A very smart, new winter
fltyje Velvet Turban; trim
med with drupInK of mas
culine; tn Mack
only; like cut;
TT- OKDEKS HLLES
in or ms-
$1.25 Woollen Sweater Coats
A sweater that sells elsewhere at It 25 and which we our
selves reduced from JUKI,
making it truly a hart;alnj
shown In fancy weave; single
breasted, trimmed with large
pearl buttons; another fea
ture of these sweaters ts the
V-shaped collar or the rough
neck; colors in gray, brown,
.14 to 46;
Taffeta and Messaiine Waists
KlalinrntMy silk embroidered
Ml- tuitions, In blark only
MesMiilliies are jilalte.1 .nl
h a v e l unar
ami Mr; Mark
or navy ; !.,
31 tn IS; and
13 value at. .
MAIL OBDDS8 PttLtD
i I'l.in'u ani
unucis URUINAKT CONDITIONS Jl5 to 1S would be
considered the fair retail price of these coats- and
the re wel worth Mmu tu. . t.i-
. . ,.:.!.. .11 " i 'v wilt., li'U. ' lie inner!,!
murssi si"'"! an wooi cniticniiias, diagonals, buu.Tes
(tC. HandSOnM full length garments, with stunning side
button effects. COLORS: gray, navv, brown, etc Siies
13 to t'l years for inn ors and 4 to H -ars for misses
CUSTOM ALTERATIONS FREE Friday sale price..
ran. OBOCms rlM.iTi
Kumpact Dress Forms
(otdsafl Into s bos
hlirh s M t Isohss
ibis san be utilised
In .i ti v room without display-
Inir the dr-s fnrni. coyarad
wuii line taraay etoth! i'urt
tn. iii of fb'siiiie nn-tiii bands.
irtifoh sra sii
nil utsss; r
prll to; im-
Ad ustable Dress Form.
Complsts with aiHustabls
and ostinslon Mtniid, ad
at navk, bust. whIhi und lilpe.
made In four alass, MMh sl
rniliirilini,' iu lmties, tli'tiwt
iiiimii'I . waist rov-
arsd iii bhu'k
JerM,,-; $7.r.D nio,
1! SPSolal at . . . .
CI..MXK-B O. IT. T. - 1
DARNIWO COTTON I 1
nil colors ( No Mull
miil OBDits ritLtn.
Women's Cloth Slippers
.... a ii.. . i ,
jusi me uiiii rnr iiuuv w ear ;
leather or felt soles; trimmed
with re.l fWtce; warm unJ Jura
ble; sies ? to 8; special at
Women's Heavy Feit Jnliettes
With iHtrtn tleece liBlA actual value; colors: blue,
brown, grav. wine ind green; flexible soles, hand
'ewed; sires I'M to 8.
n .ale Friday at
Boys' High Cut Storm Shoei at 2.00
Household Needs, Stoves, Heaters & Domes
I-X-L Automatic Dust Proof
Stri-insr ainrl rlurn.
bll iniulf" of heavy khI
vHnlittil nhoat Irun; nn
Turnluic. no hakluir. no
.!-!. tlnio ami
money; fltaj 1 1 or 0
In. mh can or orrllniiry
barraii wfiifhii ih.:
rlmple, mo that nothlnu
tan aret out of order;
I aSK i ss's w
re sy .. -
tt I ! ! !
AK D I A -
tl fl ft I
Iiiintnum ; 4
ew 1 I 4
ti 1H In.
WUKKM A N
J A T A N Oils
II FAT BRI
Iron lie n Im I
8 - (jimrt tank 1
heavy a t I
di tim : Kiileri'iM
hittsr: In t hla
10 OAK HKATINQ
BTfJVsas Sersw rsculstors
Suv.rn fire for nlirlit; hesvy
oast -Iron r ire pot. nu.t
wlih. sli.iHlnx tad ilrnw
OSnlr Kiais. IrluitnrU wlih
BO & V y nickel
69 n j
not as a
ntl pi. i
lll)N ASH CANS
at ft v en; Iron
bound top and
bottom ; iNo. V
flft t ,1 r I
df a U Kh t a a ti.1
"nri ' ' i, i, :r t ' fi
ari-it hf.it and
Dsnsisunfl of n dinn
platns, 0 ten plat
sin) BSIiaarS, tmtt
sire dishss, 1 C
tKiker, 1 pli kle dish, I
1 meat 1IhIi, 1 crexm
Ju , 1 I'overcrl butter
llsh; aOttial vnlue In
1.1; on sale to-mor-
r platen. 1 soup
h. il tas ".'tips
r I'latuH. il ire.
ivi-n-ii dlah, 1
1 1 Kill
MATT. OlDERB TTT .LHH
THR SOI II V
ii itv vv ti it t;
H.AMR ill itvr.R
ill Imrlier. L'liltik'
WHEN RUG VAL'JS so emp latioally under rugdlar, wlih savit g . so str
I 1 f . .1 I - .1 U..I I A .
tngl) UllJ, coilironi you, men you nave no oiner cuuroi: iu ,nn mi uu i -uii sja . 1! '.
here to-niorrnw iirep?.red to supply your rug and rarpct neeHs. b4 n Viikv,! r
$20 10.6x8.3 Persian Axminster Rugs at
Here .ire 100 handtODtl rugs, every one an actual 2o
Vlllld, New g.iods, tm'oraclni the very newest Fall
anil Winter (UllfM and coloring"; ex'ra rtlOVV,
rich, deep pile AxminsieM; 25 rich patterns tn sele. i
from Friday, at
Smith's 9x12 Axminster or SeamlessWiltonVclvet Rug
Fvery Rill in this collection actually worth $i
AswHcas (Uvsrsl! lsSmjrraaRus9ilZil
Woven in iiie orumti
dsslsns sti i rotAflns
rood quality; aotm
1 1 9 VSlUS; SPS Mril . .
9x6StamltMAtl rVi orjruolR jgs
Wovsn 111 'ilie blSCSi
i. II tiw i. .v I all
stuns and oolorln
.i' iu i.l 1 1 'i value . . .
I. .,- fcVlliTSllsjslCsm'
HSsTlllarly sold at la.HS. fuey re mad" of
haav ii i r k i ii Isathsr, iieiinws tnriKuo
WatsrtlSht, kiepH the fsal always .try.
TWO buostas on tup, dnulile soles. tses t
to its. aal" price
l .IT. OX DC km nr.T.Ttn
a $3 Astrakhan Collar & Cuff
Overcoats 'iL'0 1.98
Fifteen Panel Art Glass Dining
Room Domes, $6.98
In amber or
i f t n, wit b
INDga (0 sMtCb,
ri i a n tl a ft'i'l
si I b . with
tem tn fit inf
Also Boys' Chinchilla, Polo or Convertible Collar Overcoats
o'lg Convertible Collar Overcoat, Oxford
i;rav Meltmn, sires 9 to Hi years; Ohin
chllll Overcoats, polo Styles, IISO mixtures,
vies 2' i to 10 years; hlue or gray Melton
Overcoats, slnwl collar of Hack Astrakhan
and culls to match, sizes 1 to to years;
choice, Friday, at
Boys' Corduroy Overcoata I
i, i., 7 :
Boys' Chinchilla Overcoata
SBSSSBSSSSSSWSfeMS Stt SS 10 '.MMMev
Convertible Coll: r OVoats
Boys' Corduroy Norfolk Suits
7 1.. II in.
Pfliro Ovoroomtl n 'nt now br iwn tv aJora. flanni-l im-t bdic i---k u, 0
k Bj i r I . r . i mi in rn m.i iv ri mi s i , inn i nrin , n I U Teara.
1 1 hi a c.i: r ( i. f r - 1 1 iu sill tltt if v ui u,l linn n In wool fab-
i., 7 Miri, Corduroy Noirolk Sultn. in th m-w mu9 color; alao
iU1 iraa; alarai 1 m I I rara. foubl 13reat"l KnKkar Hulta; alaea s (0
CAJIs OADBM sTaXIaCD .
Tne Wiltons are .koven in ONE HIECF 2'i rich
patterns to iclfd from. On sa'.' to-morrow, at. . . .
Smith's Sea.ii'ess All-Wool Brussels Rugs
Sltf 10,6x8 1; (OOd, hard Wearing quality; special at
HUmtkmfm i fiWltk's 1 R IsVmihIms Rsusssla ffiips Bs12 I I Mas
IVIV 4 s l tl i sil is ,r - i ! i - " 7 arsis si sjsrssrssj
in chi ice ne.v dei gni for ANY room in the noust regularly A
i at V.Tt
I Rcvsraiblo DtningRoom Kui;
n l ruin ; 0 ! .
1k8 TT AT aiJ
All Wool V, ilton Valval Carpet
Bho r Ii room, tiall i
Heary All Wool Lriiss!' Carpet
$11 Hory Tapestry Brussels Rugs at Q A f- Gnal
y.i- :'. 2 (cell .'.'.11 :.l-:;.l hard wear, pat.-. . i t ! Ic l"i -J l la SMi
i iv room i now ' Vt
$10 Heavy Quality Velvet Rugs
Klzo SxS ft.; I'erslnn anrl T-urklnh de
signs. lirn', and aursMSI special st
I $14 Royal Axminster Rugs at 9.95
Slid 5x1; woven I" DSW Persian and
I Aora 1 4sslans i visa hlfJH ssji; spaelsl I
Vm Opaque Shades
full "s6 ft. si
sr. numbaf at
ird, sVo. i our
i Peritct 21c
Tsrs'ry OUMk Covsrs
In ibsa wnie, pavaralblai
full I, nyih rr ikm
i mil. i. i ''it an4 svi
frlni!!'. siiIh pflOS
I . ,i
oc, m imi
fwo ilioutaiia Fairs $1.7Saml Reaaiaiance, ri' Poinl, Brussels
and Colon Sal Design S.clch Lac Curtains at fI.IO a Pair
lull i yard, long and 10 Inchti wldai In white or Artbi all douhle
thread weave .vitii uverlocked corded edge 15 patterns; sale pries,
H. ml M nl.' Renaissance Lsee Curtains, $1.98
, ,, pairs ut und made Renal in i lice curtains, wortn $2. ia to f 1.50
a pair, male th 1 sale a notable one; white only; made of (me
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Imitation Lacrt Arab and Scotch Lace Curtains, $2.98
Corded Arabian LaCI CurUllU in la'et Arah effects; heavy
patterns and neat art deslgnii imported Scotch lace our.
tan's 111 douhle lliread aid madr.is weaves, Brussels and
Irish polnl ilesiens; while and Arab; pair at..
Leather Table Covera
Uncovered Open Bolster Rolls
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