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THE EVENING WORLD, TH URSD A Y. JANUARY 16, 1913.
Biggest Claim Is Million for
Loss of Theatre MSfltgCT
Hoify B. Harris.
SMALLEST, 516 FOR MAIL
Mrs. Thayer Makes No Death
Claim and Mrs. Astor's
Name Is Not in List.
Deatli cJetms ranging from tlS.nOn to
II. non.OO. claim for bifiu atvl per
OMl affect rsnrlns from a few dollars
to nearly mo.OOn, and clalma for per
oaal mfTerlnr, hardship and Injury, arc
to he found among the 7!9 demanna for
damage due to the Tltanlr disaster that
have been filed thua far with I'nlted
Mate rnmmtsslnnrr (illrhrlat Th
amount asked total Ifi.lrfln.nni)
Htortes dramatic and storle pitiful if
toM tn the formal phraseology of legal
document Many Hurofpean eountrl
and aim oat every State In the Union are
rapraa anted smnrag the claimants.
Tbe largest claim la that of Mrs.
Irene Wallaeti Han-la. widow of Henry
B. Harris, New York theatrical mana
ger. She aeke 0. 000,000 for hla death.
Sa also damaoda 127,700 for loaa of her
eOeote and M.S for hla. On a peart
string N.M 1 claimed by lira. Harm,
on a aet of diamond vaat button eM
and on a gold cigarette oaae 100.
The emalleat olalm la for eltW, rssrls
tared mall lost by Mayer Muller of
Germany. Tbe moot roatly single Item
Hated la a pink diamond, on whlca
Charlotte D. M. Cardeaa of Oormatv
town. Pa., rlaima SIS.0U0. Tbe least ex
pensive single Ham la an sye cup. tor
which Fred a Baeddsn of Now York
waats S cents He aaks ti.t for other
Tbe second largeai damage olalm is
that of Mrs. May rutrell of Plymouth,
Mass., who aaks not only tSK.OOO for the
loss sf her basband, Jacques Kutrelle,
nevellst. but HTM.M far hla bufui
and M.171M for Mr Manuscripts and
plana for book h value at ,4a.
WIDOWS VARIOUSLY VALUE
Tbe third largest claim vaa file a by
Mrs. Elisabeth C. Case of Koo heater
aaklog tsoo.ooo for the da th of her hus-
baad. Howard B. Case. H was man
aging director of the Vacuum Oil Com
pear and drew 130.000 yearly.
ror the death of William Skoogh of
Sweden, bis wife and thslr four young
children, Mr. and Mrs. Anders Johan
49a, grandfather and grandmother of
the dead man. sk tllVni). They want'
t, IP. bSjMM for liacsor
Mra. Mly Millet, widow of Prank D. 1
Millet, artist, cjalma HOO.ouo for hla
No death claJm la made by Mra John
B. Ttisysr of llaverfurd. Pa., widow of
a vlce-prealdent of the Pennsylvania
Halh-oad. But sh aeeks 114,91' wi for
loaa of the famlly'a baggage. Eighteen
hate are rated t 150 and ISO is claimed
for a aet of ivory dominoes. Bilk ehlrta.
allk atocklnga and three hot water bot
tle figure on the list
Lewis P. Butt, executor of Major
Archibald W. Butt, on of the heroto
figure of the wreck, ay she Major had
even trunk. nd 11.000 1 claimed there
for. IBBSe I o: !ii nrxon, an executor of
Daniel v Marvin uf vew York, won
saj SJ lil lajfffswSa whim lie dlc.l,
ASKS ,177,325 FOR HEft BAOOAQE
The heaviest claim for loae of hag
gsge Is that of Charlotts D. M. Car
deaa. who claims tl7T.gB2.76. Thl
amount Is th estimated value of her
wardrobe, th Items of which cover
sixteen oloeely typewritten pages. 0he
had fourteen trunks, four bags, three
parking cases and one Jewel boa. which
she bad given to ths purser.
Her most expensive drsss Is a Worth
product valued at Men. Hat pins to the
amount of IMS are Mated. There are
M pairs of glove and M pair of shoes.
Other item are MM for a lace parasol,
1260 for a lace and mother-of-pearl fan.
10 for an lphrit' breath paradlae
feather, and fl.75 for a oak of soap.
Her Jewel were valtid at f 104,7.".. anion
them being a Burmah ruby ring worth
Thle claimant y h paid tJ.von for
Another big claim for loa of peraonal
effect a I that of H. H. Bteffanaon of
th Hotel Cut ham. who k ll!.0.
H value a painting by Blondel, "L
Clrriaaalrnn au lisln," at 1100,000.
The Right Hon. 1 .11 Noel Martha.
Count caa of Rothe. Leslls Hous. Kit
Bootland. aaka 1I2.4S. for her wardrobe.
Her maid want 400 for hrs.
Mrs. Catherine Harbeok of Toledo,
widow of W. H. Harbeck. want. IV.000
Cor has death and Nt.Kl.M for bis be
longing! Among the were 110.000 feet
of moving picture fllme, whloh sb
values at PJo.000.
The Merchant' Marine Ineuranc
Company aaka I1E.0O0 for twenty-alx
properly schedule on which It has paid
WIDOW PLEADS SHE IS LEFT
On of the ps-lbellc claim is that of
Mrs. Angela Noutal of Lonoon, England,
who writes to Commissioner Oilohtlat on
heavy mourning paper, she says sb la
destitute as the result of ths death of
her husband, Rahman Noutal.
"I am totally unprovided for," she
writes, "and have a little daughter and
my mother to support. Prom ths Lord
Mayor's fund I am now getting t a
month, hopeieaaly inadequate for three
people. I have written three tlmea to
me White star line. They have replied
regretting they could do nothing and
referring me to the charitable funda I
cannot believe that they are to be per
mitted to refer victim of their neglect
to charity .
Helm C. Candre aaka flo.OOO for oer
onsl Injur lea and $4,044 for baggae
Hhe ys ah waa forced to Jump from
tbe deck or the Titanic to a lifeboat.
that there was no proper arrangement
of oars or equipment In the boat and
that In the confualon ahe fell and broke
l.ei ankle, ft-mii which . ip aiiffita lm
Bjgga, Mho sserita ahe h.id to help to
row the leiat for boifrg,
Mra. Frederick C, Wulck of Detroit
claims $.1.10 far aufferlug iltie to the
hock of the dla later.
"I and mv daughter havs never been
the earn alnce." she sy.
Oeorge Ithelma waa un a aubmerged,
defective collapsible lifeboat for houra."
he aaya, and for "aho-k and angulah"
he drmanda $10,700; for baggage, ,4I'-
Mra. Florence Angle aaacrta ahe Buf
fered terribly from "hock, due to her
own physical hardship and th death
of her huhwnd, William A. Angl. She
claim $11,000 for her peraonal suffering!
and taO.onu for her husband's drsth.
Mra laabSfa I.. Mmhsihld of New
Tork seta forth that "her huahatt 1,
M.irtln It ilhachiM, waa prevented fro.-n
entering th. llfaboBt'1 witn hejf, and was
Inst, ifgr Biatrial atate was uch th.H
ahe una under 11 phvali-tsii'a raire for .t
imig period. fur which "he naka $?,'alo,
with ivt.ooo for her liuahand'e death.
Mrver.xl other widow a aay their htn
iii-ci" were, "prevented from entering
the lifeboat." Heveral clalmanta refer
to the preaence of J. Bruce Isrnay on
board and aaaert he had knowledge that
the Ship waa being navigated recklessly.
Capt. fwntth t mentioned In on claim
a not having navigated properly.
Rmllto Portaluppl of New Hampshire
say he "wee In the Atlantic Ocean
upward of two houra. Buffering ex
eructating pains of body snd agony of
mind," until he was plrkad up by
boat, and he wants tzt.flon. Hs ear
h loat a picture of Garibaldi, algned
by the Italian patriot
Oretrhen V. Iongley of Hudann, N. T
Hit I1.I21.0T of peraonal belonging",
among which are a plneuahlon at flft
centa and clgarettea at $4.
Harrlette R. Crnaby of Milwaukee
ak $11.77$ for personal effecta, in
cluding $S00 for underclothe and $7$
There are many death claims ran
In, from I r. nini to $100,000.
The time for filing claims has been
extended to Peb. 11.
land and with the arwbtbl Where aMtl
of me person anted. ('rider t-e new
Jatern two I'enfral fjfn . tfgleSII Vwl
have tieen ;iea!ned by the week to rrrve
arrnn: In ndil tlun to their ot'ler
Maalatrate Kenipner a.-ill that under
the old gy Stern no month ever ended wfi
more than sixty warrant on hand,
wnereia the end of Dccambcr found ",f7
utiaerved WHrranla on the coord
PROTEST TO WALDO.
Maalstraira Ohjert to Neve Method
nf Serving; Warrant.
The ,-:t mnTltrate
meeting at the office
irate Kempner In the T
I rag to-ilay to pnoteet
lTnder the old method
attached to the court v
tlea than the aervlce o
man waa familiar with
of Brooklyn held
i.l Chleif Masili-
emple Bar Bulld-
new system of
1th no other du-
f warrant. Tho
the warrant! on
humor on face
got iiuiii test 11 1 ef better. Igfest
ever HOD end go ae bssesX, Ths
sells. wMeh itsaad m terrfsty. I
cannot tail you bow to it 04e my face
looked ell Iran aa j la, it wa dread
feJ, sad I auffered beyond description.
ass not sen en iA etreal ana
tsaextee 1 M witlumt a eeti, wartf
aet. Just four monUi esgos friend
nissadtl me to give Reatnol s trial.
I bare need three rakes of Reatnol
Sssp and laaa than a jar of Reamol
Ota tea ant, snd my face ie perfectly
free from say eruption, snd my skin
Is as clear and clean sa any shinTs.
It 1 shoot f oar weeks atnee tbe test
alnab dlasunsarsd." (otsTawl Un.
M. J. Batetnaa. SM Vxite 8
Per ever eigbtssa year Reem
hen a Seetor'a pi iiejl llin aad I
add -"' - for aSXi
I bv all drag-
Stata. Per aaaeto ad ess, write to Dept.
1S-T. ilia el Chase. Co.. Bllia iti. sM.
Jwy raawsahsr ths fan
This lM-Pkce Imported Dinner
Set with Every SIM Purchase
Anterka s Grealesl
35g Block 8th Av.36g
OKN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL IS O'CUKJC
. Newark, jV. Storm, 49 mi Si Market Strati
PAY ONE DOL
LAR, select any
thing you need
to furnish a
ly, and wa will
doliver ths goods
your homo and
YOU CAN PAY
SBjr NO t'l.l'B
ay NO BBD TAPE. JJ
no trrxtixiN to this orrxa.
NO EXTRA rHAsMisUt OF ANY KIND.
ANOTHER WEEK OF OUR GENEROUS STAMP OFFER5
DOUBLE jltTRADINGST AMPS
ON ALL PURCHASES MADE THIS WEEK
DOUBLE &9C TRADING STAMPS
ON Al l. PAYMENTS MADE ON Art Ot NTS DUKINtl TIUH WEEK.
Ysa will receive double ataiune on oar ftral pajrmral on epealag aa arreaat.
Yea will receive doable atasape on sll aai aaista sasde sa account, a our
sftUe. Ths a sad lea sat ONLY to usyawai whteb are dee. bat Is seed oa ear
future par siesta which res see ski is make Ssrteg this week. THIS OFTEM
DOES NOT APPLY TO MAIL stEJalTTANCBB.
CONTINUATION OF OUR MAMMOTH CLEARANCESALE
Convince Yourself by Comparison that This Is Your Chance to Make Money )
O-Bn AccounUFrtd. 7rA ..JA-A
fmf L. sbbbPXj awWiBYaBnBTaaBYa
S T '50 -T'lOO
5 TS 10iT',150
$.00 A WEEK
m. Opens an Account
Open Every Evening
$10 Sitting Room Rocker
$5 to $l,000 P5QuarteredOak
On Small Weekly Payment J IVOCKer
Small Accounts o n A
. i Fnari.ll v Itivitaagl i t
slad f WE GIVE FREE INSURANCE S
in beat frasa sa-
sa steel tempered isriag.
In case of tho death of th
wage earner of your family
wo will at once give you a re
ceipted bill In full of your
account. Wo protect your
I' m leimiiy againei miaioriune.
41 n a r t e red nsk .
It I g i ly nallahed.
i-ep aaddl a eel.
Iiruad arma. Hale
made of iksk. Ms
linaanv and Kant
K n s 1 1 a h. Nome
have wood saate.
1 11 .M.na uli.l I n.
' A ItatiuB Irellirr.
piiBs'Jtr1 Liberal Credit and Low Price JSS.SJr
SeALE OF HIGHEST
Made b. Ike keme Metelltr BVe
. ..We sereheaed the entire lias, ah
isu a nan, -an aiaea are r
IS Cantmuous Pest Steal Bed,
GRADE ENAMEL STEEL BEDS
ef gUme. N V 1 k. M-ke.t irutr Melailli' Heda In the Bnrld.
Me. sham 404 bed. B. , rtre ururtalaflr law. Thrj sre reera sow st s asvlsg ef
anrjaiated, but eali one or twe sf s oattera. Each bed la guaranteed both bv th msuufse.
sad rsaae earir.
Blartlr ss lUeatreied
Va-lach. Oaiebed with B roata sf hard
B stress fillia
lad I high aiaea fbatah.
.aUaraW 1 bsbad estsaarts haa
$15 Panel Steel Bed,
A besullfal deelss. Height ef head IM
Is. foe4 441 ts. Ptilsra I', is. 1 1.1. U.
ten rail; I I. IB Is.l atreas filler. Is
luoti eflerUi srtleUrsllr d sreted
$8 Enamel Steel Bed,
VIK-.H Mn...... J
Thl. besstlful enamel bed has heart
Bta and tlllrre. Head le T Isrsee
sh. A ssw dselgs. Best baked white
Owing to the great demand
for the first" get of pictures
given FREE with copies of
the Sunday World those
entitled: "The Old Mill
Pond," "Evening in the
Berkshireg," and "The Cozy
Corner," more pictures of
the same set will hs
Given Free for Coupon
jn Next Sunday's World
"The Old Mill Pond"
From Painting by P. R. Kohltr.
A picture that appeals to
tho heart the old mill at
sunset and a glimpse of the
mill-pond and orchard.
from Painltng by P. R. Kokler.
As evening fulls, the dis
tant church begins to fade in
purpling mist. The children
romp in from the fields and
tbe chickens come home to
"The Cozy Corner"
From Painimi by Frank P. MiUel.
A striking picture of l'ris
cilla in the chimney corner,
a cup of tea beside bcr and
tluee rosy apples roasting on
Printed in Color on Pine Quality
Paper, Suitable for Framing.
ORDER NEXT SUNDAY'S
WORLD IN ADVANCE.
IbE TRANSFER CARDS FOR QUICK SHOPPING
The TRANSFER CARD should be used foi purchases made in more than one depart
ment. By means of this Card all purchases made by a customer in one day rre astern
bled together and delivered at the same time, thus saving delay. When making pur
chases in more than ore department, be sure to ask the first salesperson for KM of these
Double Merchandise Stamps
n Until 12 Neon 92JSm
Ear Fill, i Book It rtcdffsisRtTs'
a aa Iff .1 BaT I !
tt.DV irorrn" mercnanaise
Ktrrpt ..r.M trlrti nnrl Mnll
Thousand! of Ufiulrra in New YnrVt City,
New .JVraey and vlt-lnliy glva them with
all phi - h-jt". There la n, dealer In your
nclahhorhoud who clvee them alvo
hriday brings Extra Values in Our January
Sale of Undermuslins
iVeiv York's Best Sate oi Underclothes
25c Corset Covers
Made of fine nainsook, prettily
trimmed with Val. laces and PA
embroideries, and drsw-string 1111
of ribbon M.Vs
$1.00 Night Gowns
Entire yokes of linen or Val.
laces, filet embroideries, ribbon AA
run and entire sleeves of lace. M-Vf
Spectalf at ...
.!. Cemblnsllsa Corset rov
er, drawer or klrt; front trim
med wttti deep rows of Vslen
rierine Isre. etrn. medallions,
all-over smhroldery snd
Mu "II n Drawer Mdn of
good qtisllty inn Mn, trimmed
with rluatvri of turki and
hematltrhed tiema on ru- a a
Mmlln Uewa Made on full
yokea. neatly trimmed with
ruffle of embroidery In-
arrtlon with tuck (Bc
SSc liewna Made of exreltent
quality nlnook or csrabiic.
prettily trlmmrd with wldn
filet ninornldery Insertion. Isons
snd ttirka, ribbon run:
plrndld val ure at our small si
' Second (loer.
Cerublaatlea Corset rover.
drawer or kirts: some In
rrepe, otbera are msda of Hue
lingerie; trimmed wKn all-over
embroidery , pretty rluatrr tuck,
medallion. Isces snd rlo- aa
bona Sf tf C
Dainty Pritleeat of fin
lingerie, deep embroidery
flounce basiled with embroidery
besdlng, wltn rlbboni. Val. or
linen Iscee; aome
$1 Tailored Waists
Pretty atyle llnene
walata. cmliroldered or
Itui keil. with soft or
lsumlered mllar at
tached. SI--- tn 44. at
Se'oBd Hiier. )
Women sRIbbed Underwear
Klne rlbberi lleore lined J aa
iinlnn suite; VSSts high I flll
neck and lung kIcvcm; AJf 1(
punt Hti-klc li-nxth; I "wVl'
value 59c irtii'nient 7
fcernnd Floor. '
Heavy full idre, WlBtet
cnvrreil w ith fine sllko
line. HI I n. with clean
white cnttun; Baoll....
mmm I Bstemest. ) .
Laces op to 8c
Matched laces and broken
lots; suitable fur trlm
mlntrs. Mkl - and ;; Inches
Main floor. I
Women's 8 $45
A Value That Comes
Sat Cnce In t Season.
"I hsve 100 cottt mike me an offer." came the wordi
over the telephone. Our buyer examined them carefully
snd then made hi offer. It wa accepted. The cost
rc now here for you.
New 52-Inch Length Models
Of foreign dyed matched ikin. Msnnih effect
with high standing collar snd turned back j QC
cuffi. All cost lined with but quality latin. .
( Bersad floor.
A wonderful assortment
of ready-to-wear A trim
med hats, sll new trim
mings; special for to
(Malo I lose. ,
Bllte sdJuRtahle dree
forma. Lateat 111 .1
model : 4 alies, each lxe
i xpandlng In In.; form
regularly snld at 14.9.
Main Floor, t
$2.98 Chocolate Sets
14-plece aet. cnnalallnn 1 m IS
- am t
of 1 large alxe BhaBBi f
lain put 11: ,1 u nip.. .11; i
mmi Fourth Floor.
25c Crib Blankets
regular crib alz
fancv borderi; SPpN
prlate for can-luge us
hmm! Bsaemenl. f
Men's 75c and $1 Shirts
Waff-Anil. ma Acs,
including Utona," fm mg
"Cay." Imperial," lswlC
"Popular" and other:
Your choico at tW F
Both pUin and pleated modeU,
with stiff laundered culft at
tached. All coat models. A Urge
range of neat patterns, mostly
white or liglit grounds, with stripes
or figure-. . . i . ne slightly soiled
s lew seconds.
( Mala floor.
Beautiful materials of silk m:ed with a smal
percentage of Egyptian cot
ton to insure wear. All
newest colorings and shades.
Included sre novelty silk
jacquards. Your choice . .
ltte fluting risnnvl Hcsvy quality,
dmlrable patterns In both light snd rl
dark effects; 36 Inches wide QIC
(Main Fleer. I
i:ed witn small
From 2 of Now England' m 0M AO
Beaf Known Maker ?1 ttfO
Every pair guaranteed. Gun B
and Tan Calf: good winter weight
shoes. Lace, button tnd Bluchrr
styles. Sizes 5 to It. C to EE width.
Women's 50c Storm and Croquet Rubbers, 4Qa
in sues Hi. J. 62. 7. t l i : pair sSsfC
Women's $1.99 Gloves
Black .glace Imported
gloves; menders; all
inalltlea. ami for fit
and etyle they arc set
food aa ever; value
(lBSgg Floor.) ,
8 earn less catton In
black and tan. Double
heels, tea and garter
top. Values up to 2Kc.
Some have alight mill
faults which will not
mar the wear; pair. . ..
-B lo SO Inchaa wlJe. In all th wanted
I'ustume shades of soldan brown, taupe,
seal brown. Leaver, navy. ruby, white
..mi uihi-k. into malarial
ri'orreerts the fahrlo of
th hour, bein Ideal for
suits, coata and dras.
Bpcll for to-morrow
only. at. yard
(Mala Vioor )
Remnants, 59c to 98c
!nriidtt1 In the aaaortmrit run ha fnun1
Honr.tMtaa. Caahmei aa. Datlate. alohalra.
Mannish Serges. Enalleti
I.ii.l!. .' Cloth, et.-. I.enKtlm
m.ike aklrta. aulta and
-hlldren'a dresses; yard.
$1.25 School Shoes
For misses andchlldren,
of box calf and gun
metal calf, solid leath
er sole snd heels,
tlpiped toes; sizes from
small 6 lo lurge slxe 2;
E and EK widths, at, pr.
( Third Floor. ) ,
2Rc e y r up of Winte
Pine snd Tat
25c Hcldlitz i'owdere, I
doz. In box
Nubn Hhoulder Brace,
for men, women and
( Main Floor. )
Sample line, Including
embroidered Dutch col
lars. black Kubeantorres
with nbidow frllla, J
riots and other
stylea worn this
son; values up to ISc
Brooches, eash pins.
scarf plna, veil pins, coin- I j
blnatlon cuff links and 1 ru
scarf pin seta; variety ( l '
of designs and finishes; I m WrV
mostly set with atones. '
I Main r lour. k
Popular make enraeta,
of fine quality butlate.
heavily boncil; trlmmexl
w'th lace. An i xci-llettt
Int..' t i-orai-t; BOBS aup
porte. s attached; sizes
18 to it
( Seeond Floor.)
I IU1IW AND HATIHIitV
Do not ni-Kli-ct your eyes- visit our
Optical Department and havo them
examined by our 1'i'Kbterrd Doctors,
egulsr St. as Uold-rilled aim
less 4JIae Far snd nr
near vision 91. tfo
Begulsr fS.M tiold rilled, aim
nied, i:c-4.lases and j. . rn
Bperlsrlea At M 1)1)
He do repslrlng of sll kind
st lbs lowrst prlres. ssttarsrtion
guaranteed. Opiit-al Itept.
I Main lloor.
For Men and Young Men
Clearance of Our
Regular $8 and
$10 Garments . .
This ts a mark-down sale tnst should appeal to
all economical men. Htjllnh and wi-ll-flttlug garments.
Plenty of hsrd wear to yet bo had for a good, warm
overcoat or nult.
Tnls is not s pun-haie, nut s genuine nisrk-down
ssle of our regular SS.00 and glO.OO miltu and over
coats to ss.at.
la-Inch corset cover,
embroidery In a great I
nutnoer or pretty as
signs, beautiful Haby
Irish effecta; beading
tos for ribbon; yard..
Men's and women's hem-s
witn pretty emnroKiere-1
Initial; some plain white:
others with colored bord
ers; values up ito 10c, each'
( Main Floor. )
$1.59 Hand Bags
Black seal grain leath
er, metal atvl leather
covored frames, leither
or moire lined, chango
purse; double atltchcil
( Main lloor.)
Honeleaa. IK 1 9a
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
IbA caddy. II.
Heat 4X erie
. oam lllue Hi ll
rLUUK Minnesota; l-H bag
111, Mil. 'i-
rflCCCC nanqui't menu;
vurrbEi ' H i ' si.sstiu
RICE 5 IK.
ROLLED OATS iu p733c
inriDAMI' 'hoice elix.ws.
IVlAV.rtlWlll i IIih
prunes s::,rMr,.c?::. ,w,'2Sc
wr w a aa I
nrvr.AU . i i
PCAPUPC ? Ik.
.ti-K" I Or fieuni It!;
POUND CA KE VSSaZ C
Uroat bargain; dos. cans, nF
Tc; can a v
TOMATOES s i.'as? c"n. n
i. ten- 1Q
nr a 12 Karly June
1 LIIO f t.lh
OIITTCDlMCswlrt Kersey ;
BUI ItiKIINC. S-pound d- AA
inn eiinw unit nnorteiiiiig. ine
LAKU Ni. ;i nsll . t) Jl
rDlrlrCDC -," our V vans- ua
VIrt iCIo lift; psckase . Oi-
WINrS AMD LIQUOKS
U7UICIVCV -I-nd (Hub; TCr
WHIalyt. Y aai . as.HSjut..
DADT "UK! Hod B urn c t a q
rUK I S'.IM) value; gal 11 Jjii
r" IKI I'lgeon brand HolUud; 4nr,
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By W. C. FREE, Chicago
You can make so many pretty things
to wear you can do all sewing so much
easier, ouicktr and better on The
free than on any other machine.
I THE lain STREET STORE. HENRY sUEGEL, Prta'tl