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rHE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IB, 1018.
llMHnri i nnnrn
0 ARCHBQLD THEFT
Of S. 0. LETTERS
Prc-Lien! EWk PWic Some
Advice tn W. Wilt-
16. "I Mvr
1 i'l pat, " waa tn
li lahed Dili trim ii-
tax panicky over
Negro Declares He Kept Secret
Until Now His Part in Cor
run mi Llif
Ink that Wi
1 Ins r.cciit a
(lov. W mart public a
rurlnu tl,n1mn,lc,, tfom
"John W of Nw York.
"I want pul-ll"'. " the dov
1 srnor ssaki f want country
! to know tljhnt "t of criti
cism fromf- Ar"' 1 want
1 rountrv t4 ,r" Hernm win
i Ira nam HM '"i Telegraph
"Dot'" 'oo1- 70U
brains f onT month ahut.
Boa t v" th
wholt " f Jon."
nv aP n ''''' ""' know
Wllllamsf"' ne had racelvefl
aevrral '" mn nf 'hat
name. 1 .
fS THE SENATE.
ai ., .
State 'fcord as PavcvinK ,
Cora Amendment Re
J. S. Senators.
WASHINGTON. Jnn. 15. - William
Wlakfleld. the former Standard Oil
nsaTo mpnr r, " ho h. told .he Rao-
lomni live invtsiicat .na- r-amDsis-i
nd of his partMp.'itlon In the lale vf
tha "Arcliliold letlc.-s." made material
alterations In his testimony whe-n he rs
nppeaMl to-day triors the comintttss.
Wlnkfleld told the s. mums ha hal
' frlant and a bad headache yes
terday," but that ha later rumembarad
that one Iriea-mm. two letter oopy
hooka and three parrels of lettera were
taken by hlmaelf and Stump, anothar
msssenfsr, and for hla ahare ha swt
jm. which ha bellevad one-third of
tha price paid. He said he understood
Uay were sold to the Naw York Ameri
can. DENIED TO ARCH BOLD HE TOOK
Wlnkfleld told of 'jvlng called into John
D. Archlwld a oMoe and ausettonsd about
ramovlriK the Isttori. Tha witness said
that Mr. Arch .aid told tilm Stun cauld
prove he had Uken them. Wlnkfleld
said ha denied he look tha lettea-r
"This l tha first tuna I ever acknowl
edged my part In the matter," sa d
Wlnkfleld. "I never admitted It to
Ollohr.at Stewart or to Colliers. I havo
nevar tuld Mr. Archold about It."
Tha wttHosB aald lhat Mr. Arihbo'.d
dlsBkarted him berauso he bollaved he I
knew Bomelhlns; aibout tha letters ban
taken. i.'nne'- cro,m--.iii,.i,,'v.. as .
Heaator Pomsrone, the witness aaid that Hn Dec. 13. 1573
tha lettera were In Mr. Archbold s aesx
and that he and Stump ot them by
using a key they fnund. Wlnkfleld tes
tified that he and Htump and a man
nerved Zltr.mar would take th batches
of latters out to sell tuem.
tiimii and I would Tema.n oitsine
aa a. Mi tm tml aTsst 'h mOTlflV.
1 if" '
N.WK.M ewnra that he had not tnd
onchrUt Bttwaxt he had received 4.O50 ;
for the letters aa was sum in m. "--mant
Stewart prepared for former ina
Wlnkfleld spent th afternoon ln
ewer "the Arohbold letters" already It.
the record with a view oi laanunoauwi
before the committee to-morrow
ATJl i-'.-w rone mate
wrnl J-1y as favoring the
ant to the Federal
ding for the election
nat.'rs by the people.
ich passed tho Assem
bly m appro vea to-aay Dy
airrfth and Promotions
ma liny of Month.
Pot11'''6 ,H "ooh, of th-.
Tha5' '" has beaten tilt
noJrc lively aa has Oar. Wll-
N ,n lailon with tha number It
t0)oe Aug. 11, IW61 promoted
t0 m is, iJ. ana aasignaa to
Jt precinct (thirteen htok-
i " is las w.irieeiini aer-
eclnoL To top It all off.
Irteen lettera In his alg-
ag prices of stook to-day
than last night's closln.
ttlned their strength and
highest prices of the day.
chief of the t-afflc department of
tha long Island Railroad, lestlded that
on one occasion no rnm. ."
Bnrttow of the Stardard OH offl -as two floalnar aottlona.
or three letter, he had taken by fcrcj wow th)J ,UIh( itml lM,
erarn his seventeen-year-old brother, jj, for to J u.l the nt eiian
Aka -U, j4lumii
"1 had augplclons about that time at
tha rata Charley was llvtnf. hut I n ..
ha waa gambiing-ionow ..a v...-
till rrtrnls)s c ,.n.g uriess.
. ........ "lie romensen
. ,ui th. letter: Ith WlnMaklf,
I to1 :har.ev he mlglit he .Dl to st t tfthl. . . .
tha disgrace that I knew WOUld fole V,(. ,;.
bat I could not. Charley aald ncfOthV Co. .
tlona were then on for the letters he h '-
Ha mentioned the Hearst papers. I toA ;
tha lettsrs from hUn moiUy "by mtrlrinill
M 2 .
W-t .. . 70
iSt. P., II
Oat, . . H
DCAnillOTC TUC ncDT
IXLMUJUOIO MIL ULUI i
RAM R THAN RAISE!
JERSEY TUBE m.
Tl pf . 1S7.
M. l. HO'1
.trie .. si
West. . It
-tl. ... 11.7
Hie .. lUjt
.. .. V-'a,
fAdoo Savs the Traffic fe::::::: Ru
rnrjna. .... . .
ret Grown 1
Not Yet Grown Up WS.:: g.
r. . . ..I '
-Woman Killed by
n t .4,.n exnmne.l i '- - - -
, ,. ,h, m years old, living alon In her
prososad rcor.an.ra Ion of the
and Manhattan Hatlrosd comn,hlrtyitrhth .,, wu found
"A rssuljuttmtnt of the dabt jn ntr b.jroom to-.lay. Th gaa
Hudson and ManhatUn Rallrosifci the room was only partly turned
i. mal nereS'ary, Be si-
e.u traffic at the system hs
vsloped with sufficient raptdUy
ths flaed chsrges for taxation
si ttondS and "tlier reomi.i
t..el.n of uxatlon has h
tni. heavv. tmountlnij for
o tStX.fW While th bun I
shown tisady growth, It has
"Th total oapaclty of Bl
Is Mometmng i
is supposed that aha laid down
bad to rest and left ths gaa
low. Ths flame waa flicked out
druaght or low presaure and ths
ng fluid overcajn her.
buelneas Is twoui
Baasengers per annum
part of the Investment must
mm deed capital until the tP
up to It A
"We, therefore, are conn
(he necessity i uK.. -
or readJusUng the uonueu
-M .' .. ttic.i C aiKDP
tw . - -
ompany's credit upon a i
"We have decided: not to
Ho to assume the burden c
em leu In ratos.
"The uropos" re.-i.ljust
debt is ths best solution o
Under the plan, one-half
converted into new first m
u . ..I on-hair Into new
Holders will receive for
4A, per cent, bonds M pel
first mortgage 5 per cent
per cent. . new Incoii'
bonds, i-he effect wlU be,
reduce the Interest on :ii
la gu. fer cent., but aft
thla wil. he More thati
by an It. r ase from 4'., i
old bonda to & per cent r
"gtockheidari are penj
Mr.it, In Iho plan oil vet
us.-1 1. 1 ft first -non
bonds (01 almost th
The carrying out
a nermanent'.y I und
put U m poaltlon to fll
fantrai extension and!
..nuNiMiiU and a.ldlt:l
u mm may become
Mk a. II QaVsKjrV attfflBL
M Fftt wot
fit "vn In
i i ' . n I
R. 11. Macy A Co. Attractlonn W-TU'r Low Pi-lctst
women who are contemplating a new
thd mud win nv to tonutm-
((in uf their r;ein Letor tbay
Villi tM artMwMtjr.
Kottunatety thte le nothing like the hard
labur It wise win n one had nothlns but el
f ' i-, i . k or Uletlnir to .et rtreulte with.
,,i!n. eh'rt MUM of (hi Mim. n
Fr m rlptlon Tablets ihuutd brlnff any
wumi n. howevt-r fat. 10 the propor tlona
nereeary for her to wr a llrectolre
Li' aaf take a Marmola Tablet (made In
act-u.uun e alth the fariiuuti prfecrlptlon
and. iit.it' -it. hatuileeii after eacn meal
and at heililme mil file Muu.ld very toun
be luilnx a pound a day- Tble reault. at
i wlniout dieturbtna one'a table
cuatoma. formlna wrlnklea or Jletreaelns
the itomacli. aetonlahta everybody.
jAtn one ar om, ubiidr oniy to
nanla nVl hVfl V flruae fll
aniouht dlrf( by mall from the llarmola
i Company, rimar wiaa.. ieireu. m
MmM W assBBssi Harald Sotiare dhnsssSw
Drug Sale Extraordinary
Is now in very active progress at Macy's. Within 24 hours
the people of New York have seen that Advertised Special Sale
Prices elsewhere are higher than Macv's regular prices in a
majority of instances and much higher than Macy's Sale Prices.
H. Mcy Co.' Attractions Ar Thair Low Prices,
ansl W Istansss. Harald Squar. aaaf)W a
HALF PHICE SALE Or FINE FURS SPECIAL SALE OF MEN S SI .50 AND S2.00 SHIRTS
6,600 OF TKEM IN ALL
Now in Full Swing at Micy's
rour Hundred Fine Fur toats
In the most fashiuivable furs.
; hessV .a l
Specimen Items. JJfJlmM Price
Broadtail Coats fl.249.C0 $624.00
Scotch Moleskin Coats IM.-Oo $244.00
Baby Caracul Coats f.W.00 $194.00
Civet Cat Coats Mio.ix) $144.00
Blended Squirrel Coats $2(A.0i) $124.00
'Hudson (JUS,.) Seal
Coats H2J4.00 $112.00
French Mole (Coney)
Coats 1319.00 $114.00
Natural Pony Coats Sl.S4.oo $76.75
Black Moire Pony Coats IU9.00 555.75
Natural Pony Coats IM.78 $16.7S
Black Moire Pony Coats fs),75 $44.75
Natural Pony Coats $74. 75 $36.75
Black Pony Coats $o.7.s $33.75
Fur Sett in Forty Varieties of
Fun, Saving of lAy Included are:
Javanese lutx in Natural silver -s- rtsner
Natural & Skunk Raccoon
Blended Squirrel ('nal.
At Illustrated, S124.00
Alaska Sable (Skunk)
Baum Marten Fox
American Natural Lynx
Silver Kit Fox
Natural Cross Fox
Natural Red Fox
Natural Hudson Bay Beater
French Mole (Coney)
Blended Hudson Bay Sable
Blended Baum Marten
Natural Eastern Mink
Natural Blue Fox
Natural Canadian Fisher
Blue Arctic Fox
White Arctic Fox
Pointed Sitka Fox
Real Scotch Mole
American Black Lynx
American Black Fox
French Seal (Coney)
Moufflon Persian Paw
Hudson Seal (Muskrat)
A Few Specimen Savings
; toutht in th
regular way Salt
would sell for Prirt
Scarfs sm.oo $5).7f
Muffs 18s.7S 442.7
Scarfs J5V.7S J29.75
Muffs S44.7S S2J.75
Scarfs Sljy.00 t64.75
Muffs 1119.00 $59.7)
Pis red Persian.
Scarfs S21.74 tlO.74
Muffs 121.74 $10.49
Scarfs 1.19.75 $19.74
Muffs 133.75 $16.49
Scarfs $24.74 $12.74
Muffs $21.74 $10.49
Scarfs $59.75 $)4.7i
Muffs $64.75 $M.7i
regular xtav Salt
uould sell for Prict
Scarfs $9rt.75 $47.7 i
Muffs $1X).0H $9S.7i
Scarfs SW..75 $42.7)
Muffs $114.00 $)6.7)
Scarfs $154.00 7675
Muffs 1164.00 $82.7)
Scarfs $J(..7S $11.49
Muffs $11.75 $22.74
Scarfs $54.75 $26.7)
Muffs fc.7.75 $D7)
Scarfs $19.74 $9.74
Muffs $J1.75 $1).74
Muffs $59.75 $2', .7)
CHILDREN'S FUR COATS AT HALF
flerond Moor iMth Street.
These snug little coats are lmtd
with durable satins and fine rib
bed silks. Jaunty styles in the
soft light-weight pelts suitable
for youthful wearers.
An End-of-the-Season Clearance
Natural Squirrel Coat
Taupe Squirrel Coat
Taupe Squirrel Coat
Leopard Cat Coat
Pony Skin Coat.
Squirrel Belly Coat
Brown Coney Coat
White Coney Coat
Black Coney Coat
Children's Fur Sets Greatly Reduced
. Macy's Price Male I Macy's Pric Hale
Was. frier. Waa. r,i..-.
Natural WettslSstt $22. 74... $11. 74 1 Enmna Sets 60TS., $34. K
Red F Sets. $29.75. . $14.74 Nsrwsl Krrasr Ssto $15.74 ... $7.87
Blended Squirrel Sets $12.74... $4.37 Mole Coney Sets 116.74.., $8.37
Iceland Fos SsU. $14 .74 . . $7.37 Mole ( one j SU $1 5 .74 $7.M7
first Cat and Ermine Sett $44 .74 $22 J 7 InftnU' White Thibet Set., $? H, $3.96 1 $4.96
WASH LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
newest and prettiest Datterns in IMJ l.aces and
comprising 4,000 yards of the most fxjpular weaves and widths;
An assortment of the
especially desirable tor trimming Summer dresses and unnern.irments.
Mala Moor, r'entre
r Cotton Cluny Laces, 5c Yd
Sold elsewhere up to 10c a vard
Eidgings and insertions to match
in a variety of pretty patterns;
widths range from l m I inches.
Linen Cluny & Filet Laces, 12c Yd
Sold elsewhere for 23c a yard
Matched widths in these very
effective laces an assortment of
patterns In both edgings and in
sertions. 2 and 2Jtj Inches wide.
Linen Cluny and Filet Lace;
69c ' Piece
Sold elsewhere for $1.50 a piece of
Heavy, finely woven edgings with
insertions to match in widths IV
to l,U inches. New designs in
dainty and bold'elf ects.
Fine Cambric Edgings, 15c a Yard
importixl to sell (or 20c a yard
English eyelet, Madeira Bl d
blind-work designed In "St. Gall"
edgings, 3 to 6 inches wide. An
especially fine assortment of patterns.
Linen Torchon Lace, 29c a Piece
Risewncre -oc to rvic i i'.yd. piece.
Edging, l to 1 J i ln hi i wide. In
variety of choice patterns; strong
;md serviceable trimmings for un
.Embroidered Galloons, 15c Yd A
Imjxirti'd tostfl at 20c to25c a y ird
Double edged RlUSlIn gall.xiti'. ill
effective eyelet and blind work de
signs and In widths from l 1 to S
The Materials Are:
"Hih Count" Percales. Anderson's Woxeti Madras
Cord Printed Madras, Oxfords and Cha wts,
Satin Striped Madras, Soft Mercered Fabrtcs.
All Art "Coat Model." Some are pleated,
some plain. Some have laundered tuffs. MM
the "French" soft turn-back cuffs.
The Stripe and Figure Effects are
Hid UnuSUli, but in perfect taste.
For your convenience irxtri flr
space and extra clerks haw bCftl as
sinned, and the Shirts will Iv arranLiI
a sin to a table, so that you can com
plete your putxhaW without l ssof time.
A tfood assortment of Shirts in sies 17 2 to
Thesi:rs arc l . J ., t-1 1 7 1 j, in half
ma-., ind thtfl art' two ski've
, lengths (J4 and .I.Si to each neck
I silt1, Thiers are 2S distinct pat
I tern-, 111 est h sic.
71 extra size bodies
The Colorings are in combinations iij-m n white
r dark grounds.
The Shirts with White Grounds have thin,
widt-r, and cluster stripes in lavender, blue, tan,
green, brown and black.
1 c is, we rv icM'. tn.' mu
houte in New York City mak
ing madras custom siurfs jht-
lCt in fit. stvle and finish .-it
$2.48, pleated S0C extra.
The ISO materials from which you
may select are such as are Used by
other stores for thei. 13,50 shirts.
VVe make Sliirts-to-measure also at
SCJ I. $4.44 and up to $10.30. The
The Shirts with Dark Grounds are in delicate
shades of gray, blue, dark brown and lavender,
with thick, thin, and cluster strips in self and
mnti-htru' colors. ! na. Bilk St.. Hear.
Macy's "To-0rder" Shirt Department
better the quality the greater vour
l-or instance, on Shirts of all-sil!
novelties which we show in fifty ex-
clusive designs, and rnisde to iriier at
S7.4, your saving, as compared with
prices in specialty haberdasher-.' is
We make all our Shirts-to-measu e
in our own workroom-, on the premises,
an advantage which is reMected in our
prices as well as in our workmanship.
Our custom Slur , must be al"
luteiy perfect ma' . ry de'ail. otherwise
they are not allowed to leave the house.
li' you are not already a . iistomer.
let us make you a sample Shu t just
to convince you that Mary's are
r 'irst -class Shirt makers.
Main nnr, 4tk St.. Hear.
SALE of CHINA and GLASSWARE
Prices are Reduced lA to Vx
tnv inucy ofocc or Lntna ana Ulassware
on display and accessible tor selling, is
greater than the combined stocks or all
the other New York Department Ston-s.
-China from Germany
a ti, -1.
St(.rack'r Jars; each.
jlTea PotS) each
Slli.ir IliiuU- mmch
m , ; neauciions n., .tin.
Tea Plates; each . .
l-ruit Plates; each
bread and Putter Plates-each".
Fruit Saucers; each
1 ea 1 .lip-, .in.i s.-.i i. en. .. i,
After-Oinner C;uus and Saucer. UPeOf Trays; each
each jjflSy nip Pitchers; each
Hi Million Cups and Saucers Sc' 0"10 a,,d Hrtish I rays; each
v -iiutgiaie. .up aiul SaxiCcrs 44cK ake Plates; each
('.ream Pitchers; each
Celery Trays; each
Chocolate Puts; en(:h.
t Hun Hun Di iftes; each 4v 59c an.
Straus" Cut Glass Greatly Reduced
w .iter ruihblers, doz
rt . ....
iJiMinumsiitJ TV lustre, ilnura, v .in. , .tl, ,,i .hIi,,, ,,,,.,,
. a . , a, r- - ... r wwvm j err .r , i . . i i 1 . 1 ((!-
Ins lor which it received the Grand Prix at the ,t vrlJ's Fair.
MM '' ' U. . . SSa a ,.,
Bowls and Stand $e,.w MsfWater Pitcher ftiVw V
.rvv jwRellshDIshes $4X9 $3 4
$4. Mi KtTSlSpoon Holders . 97 $i is
J' rVV $2.9 lerr Huwls 4 M
f4.H9 SSe4SlOvalFrull Huwls t4M tit
l-iner pieces of "Straus" Cut Class tantr in brilt uf h $147 tat a
mtmfkent Pun, h Baitd, The higher the prne the yeater vwr mint,
ORIENTAL RUGS--A GREAT SALE
Ycur Savings are lA to lA on prices elsewhere
Those savings arc made possible because we have a resident
representative in Constantinople ths year 'round, who can bide
his time in selecting and buying choice Rugs, and who therefore
secures tin m t great advantage.
, very few only uin be mentioned, but the asvrtmetit is re
markable as to weave and coloring s, much so that Rugs may
be found to fit rooms of almost any pr portions, and any decora
tive color scheme may DC readily maulud. mim nr. SSmalsanf.
These Kirmanshah Rugs
have an extraoniinary lust
rous pile, the beauty of which
is accentuated by the delicacy
of the harmonizing tints with
which the design is carried
out. The ground colors rre
as a rule peculiarly soft pastel
shades of rose, .Nile green,
and old ivory, and the de
signs are either "all-over" ef
fects in floriated and geomet
rical patterns, or typify the
medallion, usually carried out
in snghtiy bolder colors upon
a ground of delicate color-tone.
11 ... , a
i n . as
in in. x
1 in. x
5 in. x
( in. x
ti in. x
7 in. x
h in. x
h in. x 10 ft.
in. x 9 ft.
l in. x aft.
i in. x 'ft.
ft $ MS
H ft. H loiiM
7 ft to.$2X4
' it. Ml ku$30f
'ft. . S.'Xr,
H ft. 4 in $Jr
H ft. Htn.$ IOI
H m tlOl
1 in. tit
CHINA REDUCED '4 MUCH REDUCED
Afff. y .s was the f
Amcrtia tor open stock china.
Schuarhirg China costs you less
at Macy's than odds and ends cost
elsewhere. Over ISO open stock
patterns, and we are constantly
adding to them.
There is a choiet of Jour fine vj
terns in this reduction sale, in-
(1) Deliealt sprays oj forgtt-me-WOts,
Narrow guld edge. )
lilahorate contention!! de
sign in dull light green and
tMHjJ trwin; inner ring and
terras edge uj gold. (fj
Grecian hey design n Hath,
With edge and too inner
rings of gold. (4) Egyptian
loins design in light and
d.l'k green, petals in old dull
ptiih. Narrow gold edge.
ETCHED AND PLAIN
fcavs contains one Jn;en each
Htgh-liaUt H ater and Ales
Clan Service at $3.69
Stacy's price uas $S.4i,
These have a neatly et.lud border
Clan Service, at $1.98
Macy's prue IMJ $1.07
These are of plain thin blown glass.
Water Tumblers ' ., OK
At 24c dozen s MadThei
A a 9fl J- Wiacys prue was
HI uozrn or plain browi
As 4C- J- rnacyi price was
ni io- uwa,cu 73c Blown glas
with atlhid design.
Initial Dinner Sett
Afoo-'j piiu uas $8.97
Of American Porce
lain. Initials and line
decoration in gold to
-Fine Dinner Seta Reduced
on the 34th btreet
"71. . . 1 ,li 1 1 h' ti ' it . tttt ,'l '
Persian in effect, and are Mahal Rugs
characterized by the sulxluetl
tones of the ground colors.
The figures in the design,
Which are chiefly geometrical,
are somewhat larger than in
other types of Orientals.
Among thtm are a few with
the scarce "solid" ground
color, with only a little figure
or medallion ornamentation.
These Rugs are displayed
Uoii all the walls of one
salon on the third floor, im
mediately to the left of the
Smaller Oriental Rugs and Mats
Included is the entire line of the choicest and best-known
weaves, in such variety in size and color that you can readily
match any decorative scheme or fill an odd space of any pro
X 14 ft.
X 12 ft.
0 in SI if,
8 in $14)
2 in $1)1
3 in $161
Dinner Sets (99-piece
Macv'i prut uas$14.H9
Decorated with a
neat Htr border de
sign, with handles
touched with gold.
Dinner Sets f99-piecei
Macv's prut uas $21.89
of Ttieo Haviland
China, prettily ikvu
rated with floral de
igns in ivatural col
ors. The handles ate
stippled in gold.
! I . ..I
CANNED FRUITS, VEGETABLES
JaMinlnir" llranfl l atmua TUajj rsm-e.rs,,
liMAvvy aruju So. 2 ' MA exiiiaW qugWHy
Par an 'mSr t i par do.. I.Tt
'KniiireM" Itrtvnd u-m.u llnr leai lira 1 1
No. 2 can; toll eafwwnei at 2i
1 1 ...... t st Ii,. !'.. I. t.
California Canned FruiU SMMisHai
K-c. r.r itn. 1 1" , -r J , ,j u
in, mill." Ilrand I I lias Call-
lorula I'M.-lia, bail snjp. Nu, 1!',
can; .qua! quality ,li.wh.r. at 53i-;
(Mir nrlr. 'hit sal.
Pat taa, SITc. p.r do... aa.i;i
'- lllt.lnr" llnutfl Ilia, hlit-rrlrs. In hsavy
syrspi Mo - an, ssaaial, st.
Pr can ItSri p.r dos.. 01. till
Hawaiian Mi l Plawnula, 'rpsSrtn
Braaa In h.avy syrup. .Sc. J 'mj n.
1 1,1a so.., f.r n illt . p.r : UII
' t OSB, sis.sbor
This Season's Tomatoes
'JjHsmlsV Hran4 lima Oas .t
II. in... In .lira hr s ,rs..; No
mmmt ,..i sasMiri ...aili. si 2r., .
Psr SSB, airi p.r do. . S'J. 1 1
J-mln" Hrai,l H.....J ,,,.. m,.
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ran. .qua! ,..i..iiy ,ihii .t :n.
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''ssanslu" Hraail AsrlsssS, In .nr.
I,ay .ru, Hp, 3V, i.a, iual quality
SaNVlisrs at 0 I ,,n prlr,
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fiur jirlr. for thl. a.:..
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Maalfe'S O.al" brand SnPS IS h.svy
syrup; N. I thla asls.
ear can, i. , pv, ss., si ii
Macy's prici"! arr .l 74 ehevhert
S'tlfU) to S12.00 'dseuhert Jl7.)0i.
Average sue .1 ft. x 1 It. 6 in.
Mncv's ti. are f'l i'i ehewhert
fliJOO) to $12.00 ritewhire sjo.o.
Average si 2 ft. si in. x l ft. 6 in.
M 11 y's price is 1124B tehruhere
$17 M and UOJOO).
Average sie 4 ft. x .1 ft.
Me urn! Reg.
Macy's prl e are S17 74 (ehevhert
$22. )0) to f.'J.o (elu-uhert $10.00,.
fihirvsn snrl nafheltsn Rns.
Macy's price are S12.48 (tUtu hert $17 .VJ) to S22.89
Average size 5 ft. 6 In. x 3 ft. tj in.
Mary's prices are fl2.48 (elstnhert
$17. Vh to 22.h itlsewhere $10.00,.
Average suit I ft. i in. x J ft.
Macy's pt'ees are 24.74 (elseuheni
$10.00 toSJS.7S (eheuhert $)0.00).
Average sue 7 ft. x J ft. 9 in.
kimial ghall 'or t
Maiy's prices are f32.sO 'elsevhtrt
$70.00) tO S67.SO (elseuhere $H)0O).
Avrrage sue f ft. e in. x 4 It. J in.
Ii. 1 1 Runreri.
Macy's prices are $? 7S (tlstu htrt
$40.00) to 44.7S el i-whete $W.0O).
Av erage size 1J ft. 6 in. i ft. 3 in.
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i. ii. equal u.o.'-.y sod alswbar at
: 1 p-r . an Ihll sal.
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villi. ItrauU Ilea I unwl.ii rasular
quart ..-a,.., .uual quaJiiy au.d plMsbw,
,t l to ; for this sal-
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t... raa-ul.r alsa. IS In. h tsll BaVBSi
tltihars ISr ran; our prp s.
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A Sale of New California Asparagus
"I'ennant fraud" Asparagw.. coloss.il, peeled, white or green
large spears ; No, 8 square can ' 34e
"I Uy WMIf" Ilrand. colossal, large sars; No. 2'-jcan; white... 29c
"l.ily H hilt" Ilrand. large SpaarS I NO 11 f can; green 26c
" III amine'' Ilrand. No i M cm; large spears: our price, green. 27c
le 'amine" Ilrand. No. 2'jcan . large spears; our price, white. . 24c
1 i can.
"A '.ii urn 'a" I'.r and. w I nt i and creen ; No. 2)
"hei lp" lirand ettparefu, No, 2 j square can; large white
HLuy h MM" ttranj Aparagu Tips, square cans
" Uy While" H'and WsUr-j.Ki, Ci'ten t ip, square cans
San I tandro" Ilrand, No. 1 tall Can, white ;this sale
"San I enJr:' Ilrand, No. 1 tall cans, green ; this sale
future, ft also PfovWj