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THE EVENING WORLD, MO NDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912
i
ULIAN HAWTHORNE WINS 2-HOUR FIN
IS TRIED ON CHARGE
OF MINING FRAUDS
Great Author's Son Faces Jury
Accused of Using Mails for
Unlawful Purpose.
IT
Julian Hawthorn, son of Nathaniel
Hawthorn,, tha author of rUasl.- ro
m.inoee of early Nw Knirlsml. waa mit
M lrll to-lay befor JwIik Ifouirli In
the United Btst Clrrult Court with
former Mayor Joelah milnry of Boston
and oth.rs of hti aaoelatv In Issuing
and eelllna mining sto.ks. They ar
c larssd with usln th, msll to a
Iraud. Albert Freeman, a promoter who haa
lM he an active In axplolUna aecurlllaa
I. it listed hy tha stock exchangee, the
Government will trjn to ahow by wlt
aeaaea, originated the Idea of ualna the
name of tha eon of the great New Eng
land novellat to rouae interest In mining
florae. .Joelah Qoiltejr, who had been
legal adviser for Kri-nian, bei-m tha
Isejal advlaer fof the mw combination
of mining and literature.
The Government chargaa that he had
guilty knowledge of the aala of etocke
through tha mall liy meana of criminal
misrepresentation and of aharlng In the
profile. Mr Uulnry and hla friends ln
atat that be aerved merely aa the law
yer who drew up tha Inoorporatloo
pavers for Mi mining propertlea.
Or. William J. Morton, a nerve spe
cialist, la charged with financing the
Initial expenses of tha enterprlae and
taking a ahare of the proceed.
A dlatlngulahed array of couneaj ap
peared for the accuaed. Thome W.
Proctor appeared for Julian Hawthorne.
Albert Freeman and Dr. W. J. Mot ton
together. Roderick Wellman. aon of
tha great eroae-examlnf r, appeared for
Hawthorne and John MacKinnon, aec
retary of the Julian Hawthorne Mln-
lng Company, who, It wax agreed,
hould be tried separately; Joseph U.
Choata Jr.. aa apaclal counael for Dr.
Morton, and the Boaton firm of Hurl
burt. Jonaa A Cabot for Joelah Qulncy.
Aaalatant Dtatrlct-Attorney O. H. Dorr
appeared for tha Government
There waa a well aatabllahed rumor
that MavKennon waa left out of the
trial bacauaa the Government Intenda
to uae him aa a wltnaaa.
COURT OVERRULES MOTION TO
QUASH INOICTMENT8.
' fadmn Hawthorne, allver haired, hla
wrrnhled face a till brown with lummer
tan, eat u Ida hla counael alumped
m the chair, now and than
at tila poetically drooplnK
anuataohe. Mr. Qulncy, hla elender
figure bolt upright, la aa wrJta of head
and muataolt aa Mr. Hawthorne. Hla
mealy cut faaturea were troubled aad
mt narvoualy pulled at the anowy para
Bat of collar under hla chin or amoo'Jie.1
with hla hand hit extraordinarily Mgli
FOR LIFE AS THREE
DIE INHELL GATE
(Ouutlnusd from Klret I'age. )
pOWifwOal overturned nnd all of thrm
wore thrown Into th1 river
BIO OVERCOAT KEPT HIM UP
FOR AWHILE.
That muat have been about 4 10.
From that time on for two hours the
policeman fought for hla Ufa in tha
trli-ky rddlta of th flat. Ho did not
see any of Mm thrc romptihtoh nftr
tha capulxa and believe Ihoy MHH
have been drowned. Aa for himself,
hi .Trent ov.rcoat served to buoy him
up until It liwnirifi wntrrloered fetid
then he waa ton wrak tn wrlggln out
of It
The Incldenta of thn two Vmrs tn
tha loy water were trery haty In the
recollection of tha pilicrman. All hi'
Could remember waa that, awlm aa h
might, he aeemed alwaya tn be fartner
away from the ehore with each atrokn
Down river, then back again, tnen
round and round In a whirlpool ha
went. Iln did not remembnr PSMMng
thfl ruck on the Aatorla ahora.
Later In the morning tho overturned
owerboat waa waahed aahore at tha
foot of Wolcott avenue. Aatorla. Police
examined It In the nope that one of
th liodlea of the three ft Inula of
Bctimui k might lie found Uidgud In the
boat, but It waa empty.-
WAR MOVES BY
AUSTRIA AR
E
MET BY SERVIA
brought up eoRIt htavy alege gina whl h I lr la red II ,t mfhlmtim rel'lMM f
an. bring rapidly p: l In poaition toM. rvla' national development wax gco
(mmand the Turkish headJarters at I nornl Independence ami M free .n il aric
tlaJemkeut. I quale pasaaat to the Adr it'. .-'.. Thl. .
A epeoJal deapati h from the Turklah aroording lo th Barvlan gtateattlan,
headquarter! at Hiii!mkiil ronflrma meant hf pOgtWiglOfl of a. in t .'ti of
tha itatemcnt that the ottoman Irooaa I coaai n. ghoul thirty odd mltai
captured Bulgarians ami Servian I trhloh frould ba joined lo Wit preaanl
prinn.T d.irinK tii lan ensatement I territory of Hervia by irii or whal
h mm servla.
Thl minimum I
(Contltiur-l from T'lrt t'ne )
art of Adrian noli
that fortress wltli :!i
nothing hag I n tn Id
tin- die us' ns li.twcen th
Turklih gart
nmr'li out of
honora ' w;ir
p iMIc aa t
ui lafjaMai
Ulriaag aUtnlflrsTu e ran bg BttggtMd to
the umiauaJly lonn armtitleg of uignt
daya padjoffgi to have Lcrn afrogd ti .
thrn la nothing to give a clun to iv
pfutmblg OUtOomi of :h dlM lgglgg.
Thn I oaa of Hi Turklah rrulcr Haml-
d'.ch i a xeveTa Itgndlcap to tiie fit to-
tnan i-otnrtianlct -ln-''hl f. ai-cord1nK to
gpacutl deapatchel from tha front. Tin
a mi of lb'' otticr Turklali gfargblpg nr.
almoat IIMlToeftva for 'the uirHr of
atopplng the Hulgailan ndvance. The
battlothlp Menadletl, Whloh waa fm
tnerly employ.-d for tho df-fenac of Ho
dJOftO and latterly on the gf flank of
the thnt'vl.ta llna. ba now ln-i-n le-
etmt hl to tli Blacg Sim In order
etri'tigthcn I hi mahaoad rlnht (lank
tha Turklah army.
Conalderablc acttvltv rial Iheen nb
aerved among the llulxirlan whg hay
w.th th" H'llK.ii.an right w.ng on thi
Chatal Ja lima. The Hulgailan alao
lft yx flold guna and on marhln gun
on ha Bald.
Anothr apeclal dapntch from Antl-
varl any Auttrla Hungary I mbllli-
Ing a atrjklug fOTCi at Port llaxuaa to
M r h pla" a portion of the garilaon
of th Auitrlan fortraaa of Iplttg in
Dalmhllg hna bn nt.
Tha withdrawal of the Auatr.an war-
ghlp Adnilr il Ppaufl and of tb- Auitrlan
g j roni;ngent of blucl.c--eta fioni I'otiitm
lg Itnoptg, with the audden and urn x
i . plnini d ilnp irtur f"r an unaiinoiin u-d
ricgtlnatlofl of the Auatrlan ( i.tdron
grhlrh haa hen llfg at Hfltl rnn. arc
factora whb h ar dhrturblng dlplomaU
M ho e In a clogg llflU n of all tho greaf
ponarg the only hop or a peaorahle
oluUofli
Proni Vienna, too, tontaa th Inform i
tion that th Herv an War OfllTC haa i"
i Hid all the Servian ITOOBi that CAn
! apariMl from th COlVmni opgral .IK'
In the neighborhood of Prlirend and
Monaatlr, and that the fortlftCatloM of
the Servian capital are b n hattll)
aujiplled with hi'avy artillery.
Tha Anartrtane deduce from thaae
facta that Barrla la not dlapoaed to
yield and a pacific, aettlement of tha
Auatro-Berrlaa dlapnta aeema to them
to j dim cult of reellxaUon If ttarela'a de-
ii I inann mi muniMnm wlu irreaaciDla
minimum.
Thaag were outlined by Prmler
laefgred to he total
Incompatible with th Avatrtan and it.ii
lan contention that Alhanlg ghotitd ie
gUtOhOlhOUg, a It would cut Albania
Iri two and euwBftg to.' auton onou-.
provlncea tn a atony ahd poverty airb--in
dlHt b t tinabli to maintain on ln
li pandgnl exrlatence.
OBNHVA, Mov, . T at th Prenoti
Government hat ordered army reaervlatn
; to bold ihatnggli OS pggdy to rag pond at
abort nopVe to u rail to the mlurs egg
learned her to-iliv. though the MWI
.is not been eni oui hv tele:rap:i, pro -I
ably nt the eenor'a order. The Frgneh
I rallroadi havv hIi.i born directrd hi
aaaenitde i ar at Itrggoti polnta for
the teghgpoftgttofl of troop
OONRTANTtNOPbR. Nov. .-Th
Ianlanellca traltl re Mil! open t.
navlgitlon at I0..TN o'olo k tbla morn-
Ine:. dcaplt the threaia of an attack
l by Unitarian trnopa on t:ie fort gmrl
lug them, tb capture of whb'h eOUld
permit the Greek (b i t 10 anil throus,' i
and bombard CotxvtarrUfiopla
tireeha Take China lalnnri.
SMVIIA. Nov. 'i.--The Greek are re
ported to have o-uipld the large Turk
lah laland of Chlo In the Aegean Urn
nnd cloa lo tnl city. It I one of the
rlcheat end moat henutlful lalnnde of
th levant, with a population of about
IN "FUNNY HATS" ON
ti
1'achltch of Hervla thla lniwntng. He fl.OOO.
They I'.irade Down HroaJway
Balancing Bearskin Helmets
in the Wind.
The
Id Guard celebrated, tiila aftr-
i.oon. the one hundred and twenty-ninth
rtnlrel aal y of the evacuation of Nw
York by the Hrlllfb by mar. hlng down
llroadwgy from City Hall to tho Mat
'ery. ralgl hg, the flag to the top of the
laff on the parade grounil. amid a
-alute of twenty-one gun, and then re
tiring by train to their armory to par-
ike of luncheon and the celebrated
unch.
T'ie outdoor exerctaee were brief.
nder command of Major H. Ellla
nrlgga. about 13" guardamen. In their
.vlnter overcoat and hwarakln helmota,
laglmhlTn In front of City Hall at 1
'clock; led by their band and two of
the hlggeat men In the Traffic 'Squad,
they then marched directly down
Mroariwav to the Haltery.
Here they d 'rw up In line and atood
at attention, while ('apt. George W.
rlomahl and ('apt. (reorge I.. Winn ad
vanced tn the llagataff ntnl lth the -Itft
I nee of I hire employee of of the
Deck I lopartinent, hotgtad the flag,
while tie band played "The fctor
Snangled Manner." nnd a detail of ar
llHerymefl from Gocrnor'a (stand fired
a eiltlte.
Aelde from the atlff weat wind, whb-h
made lialandng the hcarahln helmeta
cjncjia. faat. -Xha ooeaoton
It tAliaffgnTT
ft" f'VMr
TI
according
ihahow
weu
more thar
ag rwBxng
lie fatnon.'
on Jtim
tng to hi
qurle t
perfect
UMl who
waa Ibvrile!
"Johnny lo1f
for tlie fifty-first Jl
rci konirrg
"I'd hate to mlaa
at thee funny hata.
"I've been taking In
Mayor Harper' dAy."
Then the guard went to the aaihwas
etjitlon and returned to the Armory.
a year
lalned
ahow elnc
texexexw w liL geruj e iB iTtTP BBjBI
HI
ftSHXHKjmMMfl gggl
th
WALL STREET.
Tranaactlona wera unuaually light at
outaet of 'lo.-k market trading to
day. Opening prlcea were allgbtly high
er, but when the hlghfr range failed to
attract any buying demand pro.malon.il
operatore took the aelllng aide ami their
commitment! rreultrd In a dragging
tendency after the firat hour that gave
the Hit a lower condition
Selling preaaure broke out In force
during th afternoon ixrlod and pro
nounced weakueaa waa ikacloaeil In St.
Haul. Reading, l.'upper. Canadian la
ciflo and Steel. Decline of one and
two points were numeroua In naa'ly all
leading feature
A brief recovery waa In progreae at
the end, but closing anlea were around
the loweat of the day.
To-e)' luatwa. i.. a '' lael prhss of ato ka
and i i net chanm i 'iim- r.l with Harorlay't
"tuU IkxunM am lolloei.
Kinm .
Mr. Proctor opened th proceedings
with a technical motion to strike out
game of the five Indictments against
each of the defendants. The beautiful
letters which Hamthorne wrote and
mailed to admirers of his father
works, college profeesora and others,
urglag them to buy etocke, were In
Hi hiiii h n haranlau. n.;.,l OUI nnt ihnvj II. a
faaa or mnj ut in uriruuaiin ouinjr ui j
gansplracy, It waa declared.
Thle motion and others to the sa.Tie
effect were overruled.
Judge Hough instructed .the tale men
that the faWure of the ll&nihoin pro
motion to live up tu (he promisee made
for them wae not an leeue in cae trial.
The question was whether the prornleea
and predictions of Hawthorne and his
oclstee were knowingly false and
with the object uf getting money
from persona deceived by them.
A comparatively unusual fnrihod of
selecting the Jury wae icdored by Judge
Hough After twelve men had been
passed aa "free from b.as or favor . .
ware excused while ...lean more '' i
men were examined us to their qualm
catlnns to fill tlie places of any w.iu
might be ehallengi 1 pere-nptortly by
the prosecution or defense.
TALESMAN SAYS MOST MINING
EdJMEMES Aftl "SKINS."
Mr. t'Hoale In glhlnx talstmso If they
had a.iy pralud t against Dr. M i I in
dwelt oa the fact that the phySlota ll
the sun of thi dls.oyerer of u'.her aa an
anaesthetic.
Counsel for Hawthorne and rwflnry
were Indofatlgua jle in ringing the
ctiangee on their clients' eminence In
Ihelr pro rations, wmving the-e trlb.
utrs skilfully Into the question., asked
by Juror.
botltf C Wagner, a talesman, told
Mr. Ha 1 of the defense that he had
one bought some mining vtOOk.
"1 have no prejudice agalns; honest
promotions," lie aa .1, but thraffourthg
Of thm Hie skin "
The defense aak-J for Mr. tVairner's
elimination for bias The request was
not granted and he took Ma place on
the tentative list of substitutes.
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29th Great Annual Thanksgiving Sale
Until Wednesday's Closing at ALL the 220 James Butler Inc. Stores
Bigger, Better, More Attractive in Prices Quality and Variety of Offerings Than Ever Before. I
&VC Stamps FREE With Everything, to Everybody, Every Day, at Every James Butler Inc. Store
DOUBLE HfH: Stamps FREE on MONDAY & WEDNESDAY
Potatoes, Bet ic,.Ld. 6 it. 12c
Sweet Potatoes 4 10c
12 EGGS, 25
Selected, Sweet and Sound.
New Mixed Nuts, Sound nnd sweet , lb 15c
New Walnuts, Choice selected , lb c
New Figs Choice Smyrna layers, lb 15c
Pulled Flg New fruit, beehive basket 19c
New Dates, Jack Horner Brand, pkg 10c
Shredded Coco a nut, package 12c and 6c
Jelly Powder.Blue Ribbon, fruit flavors. .3pkf?s 25c
. es-a. eaa A 1 Iff a
Mince Meat, Uluc Itibbon o pacKagt-s -sjt
CERTAINLY ENDS
STQMAGHMISERY.
MPapet Diup'psin" Cures
Heartburn, (ins. Sour
ness and Indigestion
in five Minutes.
8c
2c
19c
ISc
10c
Poultry Seasonlna, Durkee's or Hell s, can
Thyme & Sai.e, i resh gathered, pkg. . .
Citron Peel, Itright Leghorn, lb
Lemon & Orange Peel, Fancy Glace, lb
Mixed Snices. Peerless, ground, can. . . .
Seeded Raisins, New, fresh seeded, pkg 8c
Cleaned Currants, Choice imported, pkg 12c
Cranberries, Choicest Cape Cod, lb 10c
Oranoes. Lame, sweet and juicy, dozen 25c
Apples, Oregon Jonathans, best eating, dozen . . 20c I
Grape Fruit, Large, juicy (4's 3 for 20c I
Sour, gassy. Dpest stomach, indige
tinu. Itrsrthurii. ilypr'ia; vvlieu tlir
f.ioil you rat fsfeTlflltS into gaseg anil
lluhliuru lumps yoUf lid mImm ami
you ttf sick ami nilscfabla, tliat'l mIm .1
jrau rrslite the MM iu I'lipr's Diap4)p
kin it makes smb luiscry vanish in
I fi minutes.
If ill! itor.iacu ll in a rnntinuous rat
volt i( you iuii'i t4 :.i ragulatsidplasss,
tut tout ike. IfJ Diaptpaln, It's aa
needlr!! to have a bud stomach make
yuur asxl rueal a favorite nasi, thru tsk
alitUa Dlapepsin. Tberswlll no' In-any
rjlstrass satwltuout f'ar. tt'tbscaiut
Papa's l)iiiiepin "really !orj" regulnli
esak, i ui -nf-order toifiachs tliut livfi
it il- i ;:'iuii u( sales nnnualljr.
Cat k liire, (itt)'eaol caaa of Papa'i
1 1 in i ii jisiu from say drill itaaa. It li tat
quickest, surest Itonsacn relief and cure
kiiouii. ll arts alniosl like magii- it i
a loianUflo, hanultit aad plaaaant prep-
Sf StloB vhich truly belongs in every
liumc.
New Canned Vegetables
Essie Sugar Corn, Maine's choicest, can 12c
Essie Peas, extra sifted Early Junes, can 15c
Essie Stnngless Beans, choicest, can 15c
Essie Liina Beans, the choicest, can 15c
Essie Succotash, extra fancy, can 12c
Essie Tomatoes, largest can finest fruit 12c
Asparagus, Hudson's Oyster Bay, large can 27c
Asp&ragus, Royal Knight, California, can 18c
Pumpkin, golden dry pack, fi nest for pies, large can 10c
New Canned Fruits
Essie Peaches, c'mvmT!a' 17c
Essie Sliced I Reaches, Choicest; No. 1 can 10c
Essie Pears, ( Choicest t alifornia, large ran 19c
Essie Apricots, Choicest California, large t an. . 17c
Essie Cisvr ics, Choicest California, large can. . 23c
Essie Cherries, Choicest California, No. 1 can. 10c
Pineapple, Large can, Hawaiian, sliced 19c
Pineapple, Large can, Choice l'orlollieo, chunks 17c
R. & R. Plum Puddiiig
The Famous Richardson "c Robbins
Crowning Glory of the Thanksgiving Keast
5 &k Stamps with 5 oz. can . . 1 Oc
1 5 SUmps with 1 lb. can ... 23c
25 ifrK Stamps with 2 lb. can. . . 43c
i
with
Lemon & Vanilla Flavoring, bottle 10c
Celery Salt, fresh grated, bottle
Table Salt, Blue Kibbon, "runs free," largt
DOX
10c
10c
MORGAN TREASURES STAY.
Cllr Willi. .a lo Spiiruprlal aTBO,
OiMt (or ii. rum Wlsg.
Th. geSssS, necuesary to lulll an a-1nl-Uon
to th Mftrri,olllttii Museum of Art
Will be lortcismtng from the HuarU of
Estimate before Jan. 1. an there Is no
Itanger of the Morgan art collection
aalog loat to New York, it lift 1 been
Isared that If New York City wouUI
not ba prompt In exprrsslng wllMngm.s
la apeiKl . for em ImlUlln "I a
i w' wini; to the wiissisn to accomaio.
elate the Morgan trt-asjiis t tie tlha;n'lr
wuM house thum ut Hartford, Conn.
Hut President Mitch,'.-!, liorouch I'ri-al-asent
Uciiuny ami Comptroller l'r. n
aagost aald t.-U- trial there was no
opposition lo thr f,U WW appropriation,
and It was staled that corpurate atocs
lor tha amount would be lassued before
Jan. 1.
0
A C Lf
l ror
New California Prnnes
Tllin shiiun tl, ntwesty.
Avcrnge !" to li. .
3 20c, 1 7c
aTaOi
PERRI-WALLA TEA
ROASTED COFFEE
STRAWBERRY JAM
CANNED CORN
FRANCIS H. LE6GETT & COMPANY
Nabisco Wa!c?s
Svciai Teas
Sal tines
iiae,tir QO I Walers 1 ftf
fl'uekuf (JV hlt.kllRl.
L'-:. U L TI 0 C 7
ntL t gulckry resto.ed Us nal.ral
color, benericial. edorleas.
1 ' W ally applied, drlas quickly.
25 guaianissd te contain no poison.
50' 11.00 1ff "At- "f abeut
60 &9C Stamps FREE
-.1 -m am. n -i ra I ii ,i "fa
witu i-iu. jni uuutt, asof not n ijibi;
and 'a-lb. Best Tea for gjjtj for MW
Imported OUve Oil, bottle 30c e& 23c
Spanish Olives, plain or stuffed, bottle 10c
a
SB"- MM-
Maryland Turkeys
The Finest Selected, young
and tender, cut to, a lb. . . .
Maryland Geese, choicest, cut to, ib.. 25c
Long Island Ducks, Nothinp finer, lb. . . .
Roasting Chickens, Miik-M, pyu., n. 23c
Young Milk-Fed Fowl, wrythoice. ib. 20c
Fresh Jersey Hams. Etra choicv. ib 17c
Fresh Roasting Pork. pH. lb 18c
Porterhouse & Sirloin Steak, 20c
Prime Rib Roast Beef, ib 18c
Loin or Rib Lamb Chops, lb 22c
Loin or Rib Mutton Chops, 2 25c
Finest Sugar Cured Hams," 18c
At 20 .James Butler Inc. Markets, viz. :
Markets in Manna tan ami lironx
17S Amsterdam Ave., cor. 08tlt St. Plionc Columbus 8307.
1371 St. Nicholas Ave., near ?8th St. PbOM Audubon 4701.
8K9 WestChestii Ave., cor. lOtftb und l'ox Streets, opposito
Siiiiiison St. Subway Station, i'bone Melrose itU,
SrsuntlltePlalmKoad.cor.ntbSt.rboneWuisbridge.'aS.
Co Uesteliestcr Square, rinme Westcheater 558.
CDS Tremont Ave., cor. Crotonu Ave. 1'hone 'i'renionl
1215 Southern Boulevard (to oped to-morrow morning)!
near Freeman St. Phono Tremonl 114.
Brooklyn Markets
80 Third Ave, cor. Dean St. 1'hone Main 366.
131&iinysIUghway,cor.Eastl4tbSt. 1'hone Midwood2722.
t20 Ftatbush Ave., cor. Caton Ave. I'bone Flstbush 472.
5&4CoueylslandAve., cor.Ueverly Ud. Pbone Tlatbush 1650.
k706tighteeiithAv.,cor.lenaonAv. Phone UothBeachiOOS
Sus in ban ivlarkets
. onliers 404 South Broadway, cor. Lawrence. I'bone 4126
mount Vernon 35 Mt. 'crnon Ave. Phone Ki'O.
West New Brighton. S. I.- -1 1 12 Castleton Ave., Phone 1230
Hempstead, L. 1. Cor. Main and Pulton. Pbone it.
Glen Cove, L. I. School St. Phone 461.
Huntington, L. I.- t'or.Muin St. and N.Y.Ave. Pbone 876.
Po. t Vaaldngtoii.L.I. -( r . Flower Hill & Irma Av.Phone 207.
f ricporr, L. I. Cor. Main St. and Merrick Ud. Phone 80
Select List of
Wines and Liquors
For Eiceptionally Low Prices Until Wednesday's Closing
At All the 125 James Butler Inc. Licensed Stores
Imported Champagnes
Paul Rulnart et Cie's Brut 1900. . . $2.25
Half H"t.
$1.25
1.48
70c
65c
Mumm's Extra Dry 2.90
American Champagnes
Cook's Imperial, Extra Dry $1.25
Gold Seal, Special Dry 1.10
Imported Wines
Barton & Guestier's Suuterne. Very choice, bot. 66c
Claret, His des Schmidt, St. Juiien or Medoc.boi. 50c
Dull Gordon Sherry, Excellent Dinner Wine, bot- 85c
Sandeman & CO.S Port, Uich and Fruity... .bottle 85c
California Port & Sherry
Selected Vintages of Well Matured Pure Grape Wines
By the rt"C I Half QOc I By the ftgc
gallon.. 15 gallon.. I bottle.. AO
The Bio Dollar's Worth Unsurpassed Value
- - aw n IIIUIssIsa.1 i mm
Bottle Old Monogram Rye Whiskey, 75c ) ffi M
Bottle J.B.ChoIceCaliIornIaSherry, 25c IV
Kottle J. B. Choice Calltornia Port, 25c I
All Three Regular' Sized Bottles, for
International Favorites
Black & White Scotch Whiskey . . . . , ... $ - QQ
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Sir Joha Power's Irish Whiskey . . .pul tu
Hunter Rye, J. B. Bottling .notrio
Wilson Wliishey, J. B. Bottling. .
Kingussie Scotch, J . B. Bottling. .)uul lo
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Imperial Rye Whiskey, bottle 45c
50 &X STAMPS FREE
with each of these standard favorites:
Old Cabinet Rye Whiskey full quart bottle $1
Old Monogram Rye Whiskey boitie 75c
Old Monogram Rye Whiskey. . .half gallon jug $1.50
Princeton COCktallS, Manhattan ard Martini, .bot. 75c
Superior Brandy, exceptional value bottle 75c
Superior Jamaica Rum, very choice bottle 75c
Doppel Hummel, genuine double grain bottle 75c
Creme-de-Menthe after dinner liqueur, lurge decanter 75C
50
Stamps FREE with Case pi, m
LAGER BEER. Ruppert'i or EiebWfljjns J
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My Wile's Salad Dressing, bottle-" .. lfej
Crosse & BlackwelTs Pickles, asetf,t;bmtle . . .tYtPl
Bromangelon, famous jelly powder, pkge flc
Evaporated Peaches, Choicest California, lb 10c
Evaporated AprlCOtS, Choicest California, lb. . . . .15c
BeSUrsai -r OeuasI
Oeuas Ueaia. as. par bua.-a4i.

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