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CRIPPLED L' THIEF
' A GENTS ASSAILANT
WHOM TAVSTS DROVE
IS TO LIFE OF CRIME.
CRIMINAL QF HIM
r I 1)
.fr-Year-oid Robber's Cap,
Which He Dropped, l ed to
DRAGGED FRO v ':is BED.
Never Could Hold a Job, He
Says, Because Boys Mocked
IS. ertpplaa seventP'-Ti-yeiir-ntrl boy,
wl, though hl feet nri mlKhnpn and
he walk with a I. ii, ha muscular
rail, chet urir leg, madu the tnunlnr
W attack upon Davlil Von Hromen,
Second averua "L" tlekal agent at
Allan and (Irand streets, who w.is
baatan over the head with an Iron holt
end robbed early lot nlirht.
Juet befure daybreak thla morning,
after a n!gM of running down cluei
that had their oiiitln.il sou rag In a cap
picked up In the "L." atnlon. Keterilves
Julhia Cohen and Daniel Ijonrrgnn
dragged Harry Maxnua, th" crlpphd
boy, from hla bed at No. M Clinton
"Don't beat me," anlvelled the bmc
gabber, aa ha landed on the Poor. tfnr
the dctactlvaa mentioned the crime. "I
der.r It all right. I'll take a plea."
Young Maanua made a complete con
faaalon at l'ollce H aadquartera, where
til detective all declared they had
naver encountered luch a specimen of
criminality. The boy 'has a weik face,
akworrnally weak. He weigh 12" pounda
and la about Ave feet alx Inrhea In
hatflit. He la croaa-cyed and aplay
foated and hobhlcn along In hla walk 10
much that It la aurprlalnit that he Waa
able to run away from the acene of hla
GAVE UP JOB WHEN DOYS
JEERED AT HI8 DEFORMITY.
"I have bwm a cripple from birth," he
told the police. "I couldn't go to school
anal ao didn't learn much. The buy
ware always making fun of me and cnil
Inf me namea. They culled me 'I'ock
ya.' I lived with my folka but h id to
support myaelf for the laat few yean. 1
waa working wtth tha Waatarn Union aa
a Messenger at 'V. liioadway until three
moot lie ago. 1 couldn't aland the ahuie
of tha boya any longer and got Into a
tujht and loat my job. 1 knew there
wasn't mucli at borne anil went to live
wink my aunt at No. Clinton atraat
"My aunt waa kind to me, but 1 Knew
aha couldn't alloid to keep ma. 1 Know
I waa a burden to her, hut 1 trliil to
fat a job, looking for every day.
I'beV wouldn't give me work on account
f my appearance. Then I decided that
I eniuUl ruh Homebody and gat out of
New York ao 1 wouldn't be a burden to
inf folka any more. I walked along the I
''la for two montba looking for a man
wank enourh for me to tackle. Finally
I nicked out the man at the (irand and
Allan strecta annum 1 thouaht 1 coul !
taakle him and I hope I didn't hurt 1dm
ton much, hen I left hint 1 run Into
OrnbaiM aireet and from thrrr watched
tha) cowd hunting for me. Then I went
hone. 1 didn't have un auto and no
body helped me. 1 did the Job alone.''
When the boy waa told that he might
have a long term ahead of him In prts B
"Wall, I won't be a burden on any
body any more, anyway. All I hope la
thnt they won't mako fun of me In
Von Dromen la night ticket agent on
tha downtown able. When he relieved
tha day man loat night there waa u
youth waiting In the atutlon. The day
man gave Von Hromen $H0, of whloh
Von Hromen placed f 71) In a ante and
tha other 110 he laid nt-ur the w indow
to be uecd aa change.
CAT AGENT SENSELESS WITH
AN IRON BOLT.
Vop Hromen, SUSpldoUi of the youth
In the atatloq, aaked him what he waa
waiting for. The atranger replied that
ha had "a data with a girl." Von Uro
men allpped off hla coat and put on a
uniform Jacket In the pocket of hla
atraat coat waa (90 of hla own money.
Halt an hour later the robber allpped
up to the agent's booth and struck Von
Hitmen a blow In the head with an Iron
bolt he had kept concealed till t.iat mo
ment. Von Uromen reflated aa long us
his atrength heid out, but repeated
bloae and chuklng finally rendered him
Uotonsclous and he sunk to the Hour.
Tha ruober grabbed tA.'M from the
couatsr at the window and hobbled
tlownataira, dUuppe.ti .u thiough a hall
way at No. .: Allen street Ho left the
Iran bolt and hla checked cloth cup br-hhut
Detectives Cohen and Honergan found '
tha name "Harry'' on the Inside of the'
cap; also the nume of the maker, J. .
KoTtal of No. Wb Has: Houston etreet.
I Bokal was shown the cap.
"Tes," said he, "1 remember selling
that cap to a boy named Harry, who Is
crippled and u.J to live at No, 1M
The detectives learned that Ha ry's
mother still had n, ;nu .,t No. U)J They
thawed her the cap and she aald, "Vc,
that belongs to my boy, but lie doesn't
Iva with me wen- too poor. uoti t
know where h. Is bow."
Ska gave the detectives half a doxen
klUramil where, she as. J, tin: boy might
be found. Anions iha aJui c.ica was
No. U Clinton tr . t
ri.me hv nmftltp when playing their
uin the rulna of the Kiilph ir factor
and were treated by DaelOl Mlorie tnd
Io (Of Kelner 6T the Williams -ot tt
Hotpttal The-.- warn Battalia", Chief
iiwrence Martin, rlremp, Rdware
Klnicxherf of RfkfllM N" III ntid I'll"-
man John loitnfd of Hnslng No. Ill,
I'ntll far Into the d;iv Ihree envt'oa
.otap.inlea worked on the atlll amoul I
erln rulnn the MlphW WOTfcl a:o
the hay WSrehout and Iha fir. . i
Hsvld A. BOOdn at QWMl bf 10 play upon
the fire from toe rlVOf.
TO-DAY AT THE RUINS
OF SULPHUR PLANT
l'ollce Cnntniti Shaw nf the Radford
avenuo ItnllM and Huficrlntendent
MnMari of lbs Union Sulphur Coin pan
united to lay In iaelarinc that, deaplte
rtimora, none hrd died In the grent fire
whhh awopt awuy the UnlOfl Sulphur
Company's, plsnt and the hay ware
house of the Kaatern Terminal Com
pany on the Williamsburg watrrfront
The ftfBHnl Hat of those Injured and
treated by the ambulance, aurgeona waa
placed at twenty-four, one of the In
jured otitic !n atich a aerloua rondltlon
that bin death la expected.
. II in ( tamond, an electrician of No.
a WiKxIimll avetute, and Charles Wan
dell, an slsnmiiilgn of No. ui Baal
Hlxlh atreet, Iha two mon who were
rapartag ai stlaalng and who were nt
tlrat Ixdleveil to have been burnod In
the rulna of the eulphur wot ka, - en
found ut their bonwt Mtai tilirht. John
KanaUtT of No. Ut; North Seventh
atrext. WllllaiuabnrK, kSboai akull waa
fractured when he waa hurlud agjltwii
the ,'elilnx on the main floor of the
MUlphur mill by the flrat explosion, la
the only auffercr M the Wllllatnahurg
NonpltgJ whuae life la In danger.
Ivirly to-day three firemen were over-
CHAMPION WOMAN ARCHER
IS FOUND SHOT DEAD.
lulls Sullivan Waa Also Noted ns
a Skttef Id I ( Ihlcajio'l Hirst
CHICAQO, Nov. -Mlaa Julia Hulll-
Sti, Mlted fe.-ty-two. t, Tiplon long '
tatiee ehot 111 nrobery In th" I'nl'ed
tatea, nlao holder of OSVaml hamp.in-
nkjp mad tig for lea il :i In Canada,
was foimd dead Khot thi tub tlie n irt
In day In her room at No. w Baat
Mlaa Bttl litan wna the flrat woman
. hauffrtir In t'ltlrago. Bht nan an e.x
ptfl In ban ning an nut i .olid. HUNe
nore than u gaaff ngo ha trained IMe
iris aa ckauffi urn,
In I half Brvavtuntlan of tha tulclds,
ieleeiivea hell, wlt'.oot milking a
linree. Mis .1 E. Lob, proprietresa of
i Mouth TVabaab ivtnng boatdlns
house, who waa In Maa Kulllvan'a
rooma at tie time of her ileafh. .Mr
Hob auld that Mai Soil, van ai ked he?
lo stay With lor bet h line ah" waa lone
anme Hhe had left the room for a f.
mlntilea lo-day, ahe Midi when ah"
heard a abut. RUMIni to Mine Xol..
van't. bed. she told the del., Uvea, ah'.
found her d id, the revolver lyln
BIG FACTORY BLAZE
ON LOIR EAST SIDE
manufact irera of chalra, Ao. The fire
men, under t'hlef K onlOn, had the flr
ut. on'nd within an liour and pre
ranted Ida flainea getting Into the
Patrolman Knowtti of ihg atadlonii
atreet ItgdOfl saw nmnk laKiiirn; rrom
the heavily thtrltarad w.ndowa of the
he 1, ling comuitiy'a building and arnt in
Flreboal Helps Fight Plama in
Cherry Strecl Horses
Th" two inpor fjoori of Mm tbrso
torv bfiofl fa 'tory bull !int occuple I
iy Iha Natlnniil Boddlng I'umpany. In
So ..' Ofearry afreet, were swept erlv
to-dav hv Brt tvh'"!! ap-ea I to the roof
'f Ihg ?ive-!,iry brick building adjoln-
rtf, upis i i.v a. fMUoM Oompany,
an alarm, alao notifying the firemen on
the II re boat Ktw yorbsi1, mowftd at
Ol and atreet. half a bloeK away. '
Seventy-nine horses In Ihe harna of
flrund and gthdlnM street car lines
ere taken out by the police and volun
teers. P Hot reervea were sent to th" pit ',
WhOfO, doaptla the nrly hour, hUltdfkdl
dreaas I and vialtorl the fire.
A NEW REMEDY for AN OLD COMPLAINT
Different from any better than all. At last
after year9 of experiment, Medical Skill has
produced a perfect laxative. 1 or 2 Pillsat night.
For CONSTIPATION AND TORPID LIVER
It's New! It's Sure! It'a Safe!
InHandyVesi PockttVialt. At Up-to-Dole Dtuggittt. 2S Cents.
Of course you can lie riil of Hint ili--rcaaing
akin affection, if you will.
I'oslaui It reaily to do the work for you.
No matter wltut for your nkin
trouble may tak , I'oasm will c Bilicali
i- more inpolly anil mora ffectivily
ihan nnytliing vet datfisad. Poa am
has aimplificil the I real incut f skin
rllgaaaM, Ii is the latBgpanannlg imumI)
for all nffoetdd with ec.cuia, nine.
baipai, rn-h. plmplta, iton, mnly acalp
or etiy like diaoMor, ItoUafi if peasant,
is stoppeil nt oner.
TOSI.AM BOAP. medicated with Poa-
lam, ia uni'iUnlliol for the ikla, not Mil
when (iinraa ia pfanittt, .but aa th - anf
rst uml moat licncfaial Mskfj for daily
use, toilet anil liuth. Suotbca tender
akin, never irrilulei.
All drtlltgiala sell I'oal m (price,
40 rents) untl Pnalan Soap (price, .i
cents). l''or free samplrs. write to Ihe
Kiuergrncy l.ttliorntorica, 88 West 5lh
Street. New Vurk t'ity.
One Year's Course
Private Music Lessons
by Graduate Teachers
of Music with the pur
chase of any Piano no
matter what the price.
NO MONEY DO A N
'1.00 Per Week
Step into Story 6t Clark's,
select any Ormsby Piano, pay
us not a penny, simply try
it in your home at Story fit
Clark's risk. Price $148.
ON I KIM
W1THOI T (O.ST pi is
This Order Good for
Cut it out at once. U -,.,1 . laving,
you $100 we permit the smallest
An opportunity like (his has
never before been known in
the history of Piano Selling.
We offer you a genuine
bona fide bargain a bargain
that can't be duplicated.
We let you test first and buy
COME TOMORROW AND GET FIRST CHOICE
this 01 i:k hoi. its (iimi HUTU, MONDAYi iu:t i.iuini t.
HI I KI'.K CBJCUIT I II I
to. at iksss ardan a ion un 1'irat
l'ament towardi ioii'h,ae of one
IrfonV a 1 1 ABii pi a mi.
Our stock compr;sca a complete line of Story tt Clark ami
r.t her well known niukea at $173, $215, $28; $32i nnd $,lt)S up, und
Pluycr Planos Itoni $395 up, sold at our Special Factoty Prices on
r iporti ituite terma.
Hlebr Waives ! . v I mil lllon.
TREN'lo.N, N. J , .ov 20. minael
for J. Prank ii key, was urrest
d laat week at luting, N J. u.
connect. .1. i.. t t, u u. i of Jun,
Joaaph, a bo, a: t-a.-aawunna, N. V.,
to-day withJrew hla application for u
hearing or. lite , u. ... ... of the extra-
dIUon of Hi u y in I li was announostl
tba Acting Ucv. I'r,nc would sign III
nanars parmltllaic the New York au-
thaHUss to take the prisoner, to l.acku
Witt ur 01 Mkt. but Fully liuwavutttd.
This New $500
12 Rolls Music, Cover and
Handsome Bench Free.
$5 down, $2 per week.
STORY & CLARK PIANO CO.
git g 1 12 & 14 West 32d SL, New York
BROOKLYN, llOO HrondwayltHlSlthAv. NEWARK. 101 llal.n-y St.
I MOT. )
Hair Dressing and
A new and perfectly appointed
department, strictlyaanltary, Ap
pointiMnta made by phone.
A city in itself lirimful of playthiiiRs for children of all acs.
BfMUtlful Dolls for lilt!.- irl;;. "Do with" Tovs that Ihe lol of thraaa
To V tOW II ! "n Joy Scores and Korea of novtl jranies, etc. FJut come and sec
incni. iring ine cniiurcn uioiik. uu win not am iniporrnncu to Buy.
I llii.emrnt. I
Tailored Suits for
Women & Misses Reduced 50
An understandable sensation at the end of an unusual season. An opportunity
to select the choicest, newest, best Tailored Suits to be found - "Koch Quality"at
exactly ONE-HALF their original price.
Were Now Were Now Were Now
$15.00 $7.50 $23.50 $11.75 $29.50 $14.75
$17.95 $9.49 $25.00 $12.50 $35.00 $17.50
Unusual economies made pos
lible owing to the unusual warm
weather, Share In them.
Pony Skin Coats. Q r(
Reg. $59 JXaJU
Caracul Coats. 7Q r A
Reg. 589 JV
Rear Seal Coats. nQ A A
Reg. $89 laUU
Skunk $35,110 S3J.0O
Hudson Seal $18.09 $18.95
Black Fox. . $25.00 $18.95
Coney $4.95 $4.95
The time to buy is now
they're fresh, crisp, new. Assort
ments full and complete,
WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS con
sisting of Madflrg, Aipin' embroid
ered, Vi'iiise and at! around em
broidery. Rej. 'lg"r,
WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS hand
embroidered corner, lace trimmed
and Madeira; also plain linen with
dalntv block initial. tVi n
Rei. 9c, each UbK
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS all linen,
with hand-embroidered Longfel
low initial, 6 in a box. ff
Per '. doz laUU
MEN'S HANDKERC1I!::FS all linen,
with tiand-tmbroldercd initial; also
plain and colored border; U and
Yi in. hem. te
WOMaWa BILK PTBTTlCOATi
an rli-Kiuu assortini-nt in Mim
snllno uml faftatal a niiinbnr or
lrt'tty atiHtl, " for n'reel an1 evi
nlnK wsnr. A ISO blaik finlalii,l
with li'ep iiliitliiK and tueke'l
A lirEo varli'ty of Btylen both
larirf un.l Small; rnailn of ftna
lawn, rt.ilnt) i ron-bar material
anil doltpd Wlaa; Home with ruf
fle and bib. trimmed with sygtst
eiiibrollery. Cithers with nhoul
der straps, lacs trimmed or
45c Brocade Ribbon, 29c
BROCAPH RIBBON 14 in.
wide; gaff Dolors on aaUn or taf
feta grounds; In pink, llirht blue,
white, mals. Nile slid lilac, lteg-
ularly loo yd.
To-morrow we slull place on
sale the remainder of our stock of
PINE SUIT HATS of silk, velvet and
plush; trimmed with fancy ostrich
and other novelties; colors, navy,
brown, taupe and black.
SILK HATTERS' PLUSH HATS the
collection includes an excellent
variety of the newest shapes. In
cluding Tricornes, oblong and roll
ing sailors Hereto-
fore priced 5 and M
Popular Fiction, 38c
Hundreds of the newest and best
Trail of Ibl Lonesome Pine
Siege of Seven Suitors.
Set in Silver.
Special Purchase of
5,000 Pairs Slippers and Pumps
embracing every material suitable for dress or home wear. Right now when
the need is greatest we place within your reach hundreds of kinds that are
the finest prodtut of the country. Divided into three big groups.
?.15 J 9-45 S
J $4.00 snW $3
Beaded, embroidered and open
work. Satin, patent leather and
kidskin. Cuban and French
heels. Hand-turn soles. Hundreds
of kinds from which to choose
Every color, every size, every
kind for everv need. You
have never had such an op
portunity to secure the best
the country can produce at
these low figures.
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NOTE We are displaying the largest assortment of SLIPPER
TRIMMINGS in New York. "iHSf, -2 AA
steel, rhinestone and metal slides.. W W Xs5.UU
CHIFFON POMPONS in every shade 50c, 7Sc, 1.00
ROBESPIERRE COLLARS an a.
sortment of new styles in black,
white and colors; labnt at
tached of fine shadow laces.
...50c to $3
LACE JABOTS of fine shadow
laces and net; also fancy tailored
bows in new colors and shapes.
8-lnch FRUIT BOWLS, CELERY
TRAYS, SUGAR AND CREAM
SETS ibrilliant deep
CUT GLASS FERN DISHES with
Inside silver plated dish; natural
preserved fern and 10-ln mirror
-Stem, The 5.oo -) (g
INITIAL TUMBLERS, gQ,
PLAIN THIN BLOWN WATER
TURKEY PLATTERS 14, 16 and
18 in.; German and English dec
orated porcelain; 1 5 fK-
to 2.50 values VsjC
CUPS AND SAUCERS, TEA, BREAK
FAST and DINNER PLATES; Old
English willow patterns. a
COVERED VEGETABLE A ff
DISHES the l kind... Ts5C
WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM ic
WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM -yc
COVERED STEW PANS... sjdC
Women's $3.00 Leather
Hand Hags, Each,
Black seal and walrus hand frijrs, with metal
and leather-covered frames; (ingle and double
handles; ill leatheMined and fitted with purse.
AltO I'in Morocco vanity bags, titled with purse
and mirror; all silk-lined.
$1.00 Satin Messaline,
A limited quantity, priced to-morrow at the above re
markable figure; all pure silk; one yard wide; best
colors, also black or white. Downtown price fl.oo
$2.00 Aluminum Hair
BEAUTIFUL ALUMINUM HAIR BARETTtiS
set with brilliant rhiiiestones; in bowknot and
Men's 29c Cotton and Lisle Sox, 18c
MEN'S BLACK AND COLORED COTTON
AND LISLE SOCKS also BLACK AND COL
ORED PLAITED SILK SOCKS values up to
2ck. a pair.
$1.50 "Royal Worcester' j gf
and "W. B." Corsets, l.UU
Made of the best quality Couttt; two very new
models with long slender lines, which give a
youthful poise to the figure. Heavily boned and
finished with double hose supporters.
CORSETS of coutll; several well-known makes,
with low and medium bust, and long hip and
back, for the average figure ; with strong j
hose supporters rVC
$2.50 Oriental Pearl
INDESTRUCTIBLE PEARL BEAD NECKLACES pret
ty cream color, with to kt. solid gold clasp; each neck
lace In a velvet lined box.
Acker, IW er rail & Condit
est. Company to
Covers a wonderful variety of edibles fro:Ti soup
to nuts. Every table delicacy and table requisite
is here in abundance - and at prices to satify
the most economical.
Pllim PuddlnrJ--- M C Fines EnrHsh sryle; in sqvure
UUUing ,s. convenient to nerve ; I lb. m. 2!te: fib..
Mincemeat M- & c Home iwklt, f purtat lnfta41enti
from an old New Knelaud recie Pint jars, .10c;
Asparagus a.,m. &c. caiif. Orwn n tins 24
IV', o Mercitlat Imported French Tres Fine; j cans; 1 , doien.
Mushrooms Imported--First Choi:. ; ) , CMMI 2g
doxen. 11.61 '
PeaS A., M. ftCSilred Early June 18
Tomatoes Noreca. Extra Jersey; Lnrge tins; 1 j dozen. 70c .12
Com A., M. St C. Taney Maine; Larc- tint; i Uoren, "Jc. , ,, 13
Asparagus Tips a..m. &c. -irecn. ' . dotm, 11.33. .21
Sardines Aviator Brand ImportaaV Petird wad iioncie;s; !j -
. dozen, $1.75 '
Shrimp a.,m. fc. Dry ltedsLaifi tins; lidotan, 11.31., .22
.lams A., M. (tC- Pure Fruit dr.dSii'.ar; KdOMBtfl.43 .25
('rultS oteco, California Lrnon CIi;.g Pc.iclij or Apricots :n )()
heavy syrup. Later tins; j dozer., l.l 1
Prunes California, 1C-S0 sire, Large tendtr frm-. lb .10
Preserves a..m. c. tumbiriUii inne mr-, - d07m.51.75 .SO
Cranberry Sauce a .m. &c -Qu3rt jar? 40
Table Raisins Imported Princeton Clusters; 1 lb. bunches. . .26
RaisinS Fmcy New Seeded No. 1 co.-top.s .11
Currants Fancy Votizza; large fruit; 16 ox p'tfc 14
Citron Or.mgr Peel and Lemon Pee!; Fnncy OtaCT'.lb 21
KigS New Ciop, washed; No. I barkett, 2.1c; No. 2 baskets 45
Dates New Golden No. 1 Carton 10
NutS Fancy New Mixed, 1 lb. carton, 25c; 2 lb. carton .49
Cider New Sweet Gallon (jug included) 35
Olives Extra large Spanish Queen; 10 ox. bottles, 20c; 16 ox .30
Jellies A., M. fa C Pure Fruit; all varieties; 10 ox. glass 25
Cherries in Maraschino-, c;;;Medium .;.25
CoffCC Plantation; full strensth and delicii us flavor; lb 30
Tea Romona A choice Ceylon blend; lb .35
Salad Dressing A., M. 8s C.Smioth and Rich; lOox. bot ..25
Olive Oil KisniR Sun Finest French Med. Bot.. 40c; ainall 23
CarlOS Port Imported Fancy Bottles; doxen, $v.50; bottle. . . . .85
CarlOS Sherry Imported- Fancy Bottle; doxen. J9.50; bctMe. .85
Schroder fit DeConStanS Imported Medoc; doxen $5.25 .50
Saarbach &, CO. Imported Laubenheimer; doxen. $7.50 05
Superior California Port c-aiion. including jug i0o
Superior California Sherry oMon, including jug. . i00
Fine Imported and Domestic Wlnea and Cigars
Rare trulta In Fancy baskets Chocolutea,
Bonbons, etc. Everythlna for the Holiday time.
Fifty Stores, Conveniently Located.
I FVI':i:N"",",r " l II
Ally I Will lJC int.'.- ;
To-day and To-morrow
KrfTf one of these niio-half curat I ml
lea ilsurle atone Itliunonti Ulnia Irm
imnaed tnaneellon. Our IMfttnuntl -ihniI-nera
rlalm them to be worth :ir..oo t
la. It will roNt iou t lettal Sa.l.OO to .lu
nllritte Ihftn tt retull Jewelry aturt'M.
Theae IMahiiinnda rr nil very w nruie anil
tin vt the new atvle Ametiran aiirend nf
aurfawe which niuhea thetn uupeur to lie
three-uiiarteia .unit IlHniond. In color
and hrUllanrv they euual IH-imi'tidn cot
Ini HMNt.Ot). lhe Hill he offered at
MtO eaJi. with the underalaudlna that
VM ran rt'lnrn them anv lime w'.lhln mi
feur. Our auarantee la hut i.nl by m mil
Ion dollara worth of Iilamundit and our
wervive of over thirty-one votira Melllna
Dlamonda dlrert to the coiiaumer I
worthy of your ronalderullun. No null
t out' window dlirlar of over half a
million dollar worth of dhmmnda. All
plainly marked to Sr..t:MH.00.
Obaerw our valuation unil urlre nt
nonir ..rli.-r sjni-l'- M.iiir Dluiiiuuil Klngu"
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Illoiuonda tiurrhsiiril from im ran hm pfa
rlntuurd at lull vain or rrturnrd lor vaah,
lf. lO tier rant., within one rnr.
CHARLES A. KEENE
a 42 fi Importer of Olamoadi.
loU Broadway, New York
OPEN I'XTII. O O'CI-OCK.
HE Sunday World's
Want Directory makes
more "Offers of Posi
tions" than any other
two mediums In the
will lie inter
ested In a shoe
to relieve indoof
" foot fatigue."
The Coward Shoe fur Nunes
ootnbines remedial principles
which help all weakened con
ditions ' the arch nml ankle.
The height of tlie hoela i"
varied to correspond with tlie
arch elevation of the individ
ual font. Leathers, "flexed"
hv special pro bis, au used for
the voles. Rubber liftson the
heels make the f iotst ps noise.
len.-i over the hardest floors,
Wearing ii.'s Coa'sal Shot w ri
rem the feet ttml mrengthen tiiu
entire foul '.i .. -u-r.
SOLD NOW HEBb ELSE
JAMES S. COWARD
264-274 Greenwich St., N. V.
tai ah was sag ayasai
Mall Older.' Illod i gead lor Catalogue
I Avoid Chronic Constipation I
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERO