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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
Former President of Colombia
With Peace Dove and Praise
for Woodrow Wilson.
Hatae! Reyes, who was Prcsl.
Seat of the I. nil. 'I States of Colombia
at the time Theo'lors Rooeevalt as
lent of the United Btatea of Amer-
"took" ranama, waa a traveller to
chores to-day aboard the North
Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wil
Jbe fiery South American who fhreat
SSkstl to "Uck the whole United Btatea"
1 the time Roosevelt englneeml the
MParaooe of Panama from Colombia
Ml who drew the fir of President
MasMTalt on mors than one evasion.
MN the oUvs branch to-day and hs had
ths dove of psacs oflVlallr reclstsrsd
aa his declaration of baggage. Hs la en
SSgalsslli in his admiration tor Shis
null now and especially for Prssl-wSSt-saeet
Geo. Reyes, who served his country
a Minister to Francs for severs I yeais
asW his Prssldn?y of Colombia was
a an end. but who retired from offlclal
If a short time ago and made his
home In Parti a pwinanrnt ons. heard
upon hie arrival that another former
Plaaldsnt of a South American state,
Don Olprlano Castro, was not as
fortunate an he In breaking through
tha Jealous portals nf the Immlgratl. n
arvtee. When he was told that Ult
tils s-dl'-t.it .r nf Venestiela was etlll
t Bills Island, Oen lte'S looked over
t ths grouri of hirudin which constt
tsrts his brother executive's temporary
tvowts and wasaecl his head.
Poor CistroTwr Cnetro'" ho
sighed "Really. It Is not fair for all the
power of a big country Mfca this to be
laannhed at one little man. He has all
MIRE WITH PEACE DOVE AND
0. K. FOR WILSON.
But the ex-PreslInt rapldlv swltehe.l
CK the object of hl mlslin to this
try and a ranagyrlc on the cliar-
Sr of Oov. Wilson Me said:
I come here partly for Measure un.l
partly that I may do all I can to draw
dinner together ths Interests of your
st country and the South American
HbHca. With the opening of the
Panama Canal this year tremendous
opportunity will spread tteelf out for
both continent: It la nioeaarv that
thsy get together to reap mutual benn-
greatly admirs your Prenldent-ajant-
I believe he is of ths same
aaaool sn WsvMngton. Jefferson and
TjgBjeoln a very big man. t hava read
all I could about him. I bsKeve he
wpn hs atr to my country and that he
wiB ass that reparation 1s made to
Colombia for the losa of Panama.
"Yee. I balleve Col. Koosevelt In a
big man, too, Oen. Keyes addeJ, with a
mils. "He Is a big man and a strong
ona He eay hs took Panama from mv
eountry Well, he did. He amputate 1
It like some rough surgeon who nmmi
tatos an arm and then taken no trou
bla to Ugate the eevere.1 arteries. He
old It quickly too quickly and bru
tally, but effectually."
When he whs naked If he believed In
tha right of this country to fortify the
el (Jen. Itayea gave a startling
Js.-talnly ths United St .tes should
fortify the canal a strongly as possltiip
But It will not be against Europe. It
wfJI be against the Orient I mean
Japan. Tour country will surely ha e
Ms with japan unless you sirengin
I yourself to such an extent that Japan
wsH not dare to tacgie you."
Oaa. Rsyes, who la armmpanled t.r
Vssr Nina Reyes, went to the Mote:
UaAlpln upon landing. He will be In
Maw Torfc a short tlma.
HOLD CHINATOWN GUIDE
WHEN A SAFE IS BLOWN.
But "Blinky," Who Police Found in
neighborhood, Says He's Vic
tim of Circumstances.
Valetu. better known In Chlna-
whsrs he aots as a guide to vt -
as "Bllnky," Is a victim of clr-
UUSBsUnces. he Is. He says so hlmseif,
as stess. And that la why hs was la
Centre Street Court to-day trying to
plain away a charge of being lmptl
anted In a burglary.
Policeman Kslly of ths Oak strset
station hsard a loud explosion at Cherry
and Catherine streets at 1 o'clock thin
morning. And In about tan ssconds
hs saw Valcttl Issue hurriedly from the
foorway of No. IK Cherry street and
atart away. Kelly stopped Valettl and
"t thought I heard a rsrolvsr shot
and went Into see what It was," said
'Wall, you didn't stay In vary long,"
wag Kelly's comment. Other pnllosmn
hurried up and an Investigation was
Burglars had Blown open tin ears in
a drug store of Edward ta nosa at
S3 i. sinenne siren, inn "a
tared the rear yard of No. lis Cherry
Street and t'uis reacne I me oaca win
ootrs of the He Rao. store, one of
which they had forced. The Skploston
aa so loud the thieves were fright
ened away and eevapnd by going to ths
roof of No. tW Cherry street and get
ttrig out through some other house In
the Mock. The trail was marked by
aurglars' tools dropped In their flight.
tea Melts Hakes goelal Oesat
Miss Mildred ftelta. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Don 0, Belts, was Introduced to
society last night at a reception at the
Melts home. No 2.H Hancock street,
Brooklyn Mrs. Belts and her daughter
grere assisted in reoelvlng by Mrs. Ray
mood Sunnlson, a classmate of the deh
sjtaate st Ht. Lawrenc- University, from
wklch thsy were graduated in June
Mrs. Ounnlson wss married after her
atlon. i nn recepium wee rrsjro a
11 o'clock, after which thsrs was
tanalng A buffet supper was served.
grTra. Salts was gowned tot brocaded
jialtatTope charmeuse and durhesss lacs,
ansa SeUJ wore a frock of whits meteor
OHIO RIVER TOWNS,
CUT OFF BY aOOD,
APPEAL FOR FOOD
Hundreds of Persons Homeless
at Various Points as Waters
Continue to Rise,
PHONES FOR SUBWAY AND T.' !
sly Bill Reaatres) Them at
AliRANT, Jan. 1 Telephones must
bs plaoed In every elevated and ulwa"
railroad station, acrordtng to the pro
visions of a bll presented hy AssemMy
man Oresnberg of New Tork to-day. The
pay station Is specified.
PVANfrvntB, Tnd.. Jan. Is. -The
Ohio K1ver to-day passed the forty-sl-foot
mark ths highest stags for several
years, and was exper ted to go higher.
The inundsted section of Bvansvllls
proper la estimated at three square
miles. Many families have been driven
to ths second stories of their homes by
ths ruling tide. Oreatsr forces are
being engaged In the relief work, as tho
suffering becomes greater. City em
ployees are using? skiffs sod lanaohaa to
ftmeM towns In tha trade district of
this city era sanding for help, as their
food supplies are being exhausted.
Many of rhsss places havs been cut off
for a week because ths high water has
made It trrspoaclbla to reach ths sub
merged landings, and thstr provisions
ara gone Calhoun, Ky , to-day char- I
tered a steamboat and ssnt to this city
for suppllss. Intsrurhan service pracU- i
oalry haa been abandoned la the flood
LtA.WR.raNx"JE, ind . Jan. 1. A serious
break in ths lervee early to-day flooded
a large portion of the lower part of
this city and drovs many of the resi
dents from their homes. The break was
dksoovored by a Isvee patrolman, who
gave the alarm, and the city was
amused hy fsctory whistles and hells.
The courthouse, churches and schools
are filled with refugees to-day. Sev
eral thousand sacka of gravel were
thrown Into the break and the .1 r
of a disastrous flood, It le aald, haa
Fall to Find Missing Ships.
Washington, Jan. i - After twelve
daya search the revenue cutter Bene, a
to-day reported by wireless ghat she
had been unable to And ths bark Carrie
Wlnslow or ths schoi ner Future With
ths cutter Androscoggin, however, the
Seneca will continue the search. Rsve
nus cutters are still hunting for the mer
chant bark Dorothea.
HASNT PAID HIS "DUES."
GETS BOMB REMINDER.
Thats Police Explanation of
Grocery Explosion, but
Gaecano Denies It.
A bomb In a mllkcan. with the fuse
neatly protected from the rain, was
lighted and left In the doorway of No
K.nst One Hundred and Ninth strset
early to-day. The explosion wrscked
ihe grocery store of Uulssppc Oaeoano
I pd sent twenty-four Italian families.
'(0 persons all told, scrambling down
'.re Bgoapei to the strest.
Oaecuno had received no letters from
any one threatening him. Me is quite
sure. He never heard of I. Mano Nera.
It Is all a surpriss.
After the reserves from the Ksst One
Hundred an I Fourth street station had
quieted several excited Italians who In
fisted on sticking revolvers out of win
dows and pulling the triggers blindly,
tlie question of Klai.k Hand was put to
.iaecano. He shook h s head.
Ho has been in the grocery business
four months. The police shrugged their
,o.rdei and suggested that hs pay
His dues In whateve- organisation Had
I looted him to avoid further trouble.
T!,e bomb did tlisi damage.
niR OK Til K Ml HK INHU,
tKn.:i. tlit Cliirsgo ltreor.1 lUrsiO.)
' Why du you think your son Is In
I Ravs fouml In his room three
scraps of paper on whlh he haa been
trying to write poetry."
95 OF ILLNESS
DUE TO ONE CAUSE
Physicians agree that 9d of all
illnesses are possible only because of
accumulated waste in tha Colon (Lower
In fact, tha most eminent of the
World's Specialists claim that if the
Colon were always kept clean, the
average life of humanity would be
There is now a new and simple
method of clearing tha Colon of tnis
poisonous waste and keeping it clean,
pure and healthy. Of curing Constipa
tion and the depressing bilious attacks
which make us dull, blue and inert
without any spirit or ambition.
That method of Internal Bathing
with Nature's Cure, warm water, ad
ministered by the "J. B. L. Cascade."
Over ifOO.OOO people are now enthu
siastically using ll.is modern warm
water cure, and Physicians are pre
scribing it everywhere. It is making
sick folks well and well folks better,
stronger, more ambitious, energetic and
The "J. R. L. Cascade" is now being
shown by all Hike and liegeman Drug
Stores in New York and Brooklyn and
we will be glad to explain its action and
uses to you in detail
Ask us for booklet "Why Man of
Today Is Only bc, Kfficient."
Very Great Reductions
C. G. Guntiier's Sons
Imported models and models of our own
design In Coats, Muffs and Neckpieces.
Women's Fur and Fur Trimmed Hats and
891 FIFTH AVEXUB
FiVeryboqy knows how the good old
fashioned mustard piaster relieves a
cold, an ache or a paiu.
Your mother ami your grandmother
always applied it. The plaster burned
awfully. But it surely brought relief.
is the same remedy
without iht flattir
and irifAoui Ms
is a dean, white
with the oil of mustard.
You don't have
to bother with a cloth. You simply rub
MUSTEROLE on the spot where the
Sain Is rub it on briskly and the pain
Not a blister is left, even on tender
skin I Instead it has a delicious, com
There Is nothing like MUSTEROLE
for Sore Throat. Bronchitis. TonaflTtTa"
Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia,
matiam. Lumbago, I'aimt and Aches of
UM Back or Joints, Sprains. H..re Mus
ties, Bruises, Ch.llilaias, Frosted Feet
folds of the Chest (it prevents pneu
momaj. Millions of jars of MUSTEK
OLE are sold annually. It is a staple
in the large hospi
tals, uoctors and
nurses use it ami
recommend it to
patients. Ask your
At your drug
gist's. In s5c and
AOo jars, and n
special large hoa-
ui sire iur ex. air.
if your druggist
cannot supply you send 14a or 40c to
the Musterole Company, Clceluud, O
and we will mail you a jar, postpaid'
O We Give Surety Stamps Free With All Purchases and Redeem Them in Merchandise Q
S1TL T In Ncw York,s A Shopping Center
0 Neill-Adams Co.
9x12 Axminster kuk.Sl9.75l
trprsi g-.grniugT. p .
S. E. Cor. 124th St., 3d Aw N. Y.
10 Years Younger in 20 Minutes
in ningit womlorful
U-'OYry of modern
Dr. Dlltos Facial
mtartoi I d Kot
lOUUsT. rfllluVfl Old
llnrfl And vrlntilsi,
r In rr pnroa
fOITwWlt f l;gfhy iktn
n, t h 1 ii face
i'oiiiplctaly rejuvenate. r
(liKH n iil In mlniifsssi
'lit rratn. loilnns. .- i at - and othor
lifjiuty I rfit t 1 1 t i l.i i ' r 1 1 . trr lr.nn
i 1 or poii'in. Kiirtintrd hnrmlr-ns to th
moaj dc-Jit atf 11x111. PHrt Meg fLoo mi
IV- no. f-'or a - ftt i' 1 ttrug u I I dt-pait-niaru
stor. On raoalpt of ft)o, we WU
end eernpift to prove all e claim iVpt V
IHt. Dll.EOfti, 472 I ulton ht.. UroklyM.
OOCTOIt TELL I0 MUSTEROLE RELIEVES
Dl. J. P. ritKY. Cniko, III. I
"I prtevlbe yuur MueteroU ry daj Um D
U ell cttt of UmAr cm sunl inflAnnuWm."
-ft. AaVOTT T. HtTOaUNiOM. New tork, N.f .
Thousands of These Beautiful
On Sale at $1.00
Such Beauties Sell Regularly at $1.50
This is really just to (rive you nn example of th
bargains and the splendid underwear that tnakt
O'Neill's White Sale the tremendous success that it is.
There are similar values and assortments in all styles
of white underwear, all new, all bargains.
Sixth Avenue. 20th to 22d Street
'' ''( A ew W Uie Si M) tsronu ou tmlm ml gl
Have a rral value id lour or five
limes as much as the ordinary
trading stamps, because a filled
bonk of Suretv Stamps oblaiaa
Select the gagfl hamlise your
self from any department in the
store. Gmrerirs and Musiral In
Made of hue cambric, nainsook or Masouvillc
muslin, high, V or low neek, long or slerves, trimmed
with Gne lace or embroidery. Values $1.25, P- (f
An excellent assort meut, made in
nainsook or cambric, skirl, drawer or
princess style, prettily triuimed i'li
dain I v laces or embroidery w si
Urguiarly S1.A0. Special $1.UU
In fine nainsook, nhort or long skirt
length, trimmed withpretly embroidery
or laces. UcpiUrly el.3
O'Neill Mala Stare tlrst Fleer.
Made with fine cambric top, ruffle
of blind or openwork embroidery, also
dainty lace trimmed flounres.
Value Sl.oO. j nn
In cambric or lawn, prettily trim
med with Val. linen laces or em
broidery; all sites. Value . s ff
I..-.0. Special Sl.UU
Little Lots of 50c to
All in One Big
Fine itiiilily linen dsUaVs
ask to welii guest ami fum
ily ic.; all gtaatped in
various hs&dsOBM t!'r,i"iis
50c Laundry Dag's at
Kxtra large of rrp
sndbvriap. A )ng assort
nrnf t'f roirs.
O'Nrlll Mala Htore geenad finer.
Drastic Cltaranem of
Misses' Suits and Coats
70 Suits were $15.75 ) A
50 Coats were $17.50 f iP-l-U
The Suits ik ot gfTRo and art- ni.fly lined throughout
with satin. The garments are exit ptionally wrll tailored.
Madn with hroRilrloth et)!lur!i and ruffs. Siwa U, 10 and 18.
The Costs arr of rhinrhilUs ami novelty lriM-d wot U;n
mstrrigJs. There air several trikinKly riKinal and up-to-the-minute
models, showing the half-belt, patch pocket and shawl
collar effects. Sites 1 ,, 1A and 18.
Clam Mssa Sssre Thtist Fleer.
rs tHini IS. rjgat to limn suanttus.
Cerssal D s as I a e
rnstal D a as I a
flees. n lh OQ
rsrlsn. . . . ooc
(As. tea . . 25c
40s. I lbs. . 35c
Itarllrlt ''"ee"! gj.
far Hi. . . IW.
3RJ 5!!? 23c
Hire Hakes - R. Moss's
IwatHSI p.r i. c k.i..,
Mag'sl Isrs. bottle,
nr.. i m i . botus.
ilNei am .1 trial.
. ahsg Ne. Ths Ch..
l.uke. No. tall tin..
i California I mils la tllasa
Il Mont.; full at
I Jsr.. whit. I'h.rries,
ellns p.M'h... ir,.n
sis,-. r aprto.AS, res
ulur Alli' tars 4llr
sssreir I wsgaiasa Klneat
aasaeai No. t tins. .n.
ssre.l i .... Isrf.
lilts, I i mi. II . . , .If
Martllnee - - The M.slm;
iHtnslru, III purs oilv.
ill. tin, Ine
strs rhU-.; ner tin,
AstNsraaus Th. Llfaai
No. i ' tall sgusrf
(In. . . lite
shuepefj Cera Tas 1 s
Porus; No. '1 tins. . .He
Sjalmea I'os.i Moun t .
no. I mil tins.
resist. CaUun Tb
t h.iuplos; s.lloa jus.
boci .r nnttl.
Crarkrrs .V . C. gait
Inrs. aoflsl t.as ur
srahani rrsrk.rs: lOo
psoksa... this sal. ..Mr
Sarrlr hlpnertsi llrrrlns
Oval una; ihls S.I..SV
ll.rtl.r'a, No. I Isrs,
errnared M s I a r it
Lush's; per Jar Be
aurrir oiaerh S lb.
I. oars. :tii. i ,1 ih. cr
lilil.K tii t I N li
i iiM.-r. or.PT.
s, r.ilei bSS Ih. . . . I8e
Ta. lot'. Tnrh H4.IU1 urr
MUr ltollr.1 Usui. 1 1.
Ceased lleer, rtAjn.l,
Muraenat i.sr lb. . . it.'.,-
himkeg Melanin 1 i.ar II...
II rstiittnllaa llanist t.rr
"in. .kid laWfi ner Ib.aVW
IKiinngilli- I ir.Hll
IniiMirtril Cersrlal se gsy.
laanl; par lb. ... . . SMr
111 .0 11., lion Nalsinl;
Wo.lsdill.il par lb
lli a. hlakea Per
fork stair Sa
FasMsh Sl.lr Oalrr -T.i
ImiHirti-d l-.r lb
.lb a Br
lr lb askr
l'lranl Cheeaa Per tar.
riaesl Imported Csnaea-
brrt Fsjf bos Ml.
Hase ( hrese Car lb.. So.
IniiMirtril P a r as e a a a
I lirrse Car lb . . . . STs
Coffrr I .1 ii.- v rVSlbnrn
.anion -An SBrri'llunnl
.....I .Irlnkar; prr lb. ale
In!.. Tea - Th. .uak.r;
1 ii' . 1 hi. asl.
Butter Evaporated Tomatoes, Wesson's
resMM Milk. tgSfJSSS. CoekingOU
araetsi. fm &a.si Bis KIS-mJVttf lL
ru.r r.. mm &F. 15c ?"V 286
aitsll I'eeHsss-tall O- No 2 tin.; "T- le. I S Ca-
prints .... pints each ve.ns eV
S At O'Neill's Big Store for Dad and the Boys
j j 18 re
Thr" Ben Regular $0 00 and
$0 50 Coats Buver or Srller
Hat Seen in New York.
The Reduction la Made Be
a Real Cleat ance and All These
Lots Must De Sold Quickly.
Boys' Winter Overcoats
In am fsnry efferts in hn.wn
nn. I prav rlieviil sml enssimere
overcoatitiK. M.ttle full Irngtli.
loose fittiiiR with belteti bak,
rnnvertilile rollars sail Oistie
doilbls breasted. Siaes 8 to IS
yeurB. Sfl.OO anil 40 a AO
('oats all rt-iluced to... 9r.0
Boys' Chinchilla Reefers
In iiiivv blue, brown or ry ehln-
ehtiis. KadsmJa '"'."K.'SS
Ituaaian i Is flssfsrsi sjool. naaasl
lined, v,;l. ."liars, ons nf tho
Biiinrlasl mid m..i arvn eahla m-
tar costB Tor ama.l hoys.
Slira il to 10 yasra. IS
and 11.311 Costs.
:5ovs" Blue Serfftr Suit.
In all-wool nsvy blue serse msds
uu In Ihr m-wi-st m.rflels of Norfolk
and doubl. bi'i-:. .l,;d aty.sa, p.g
iniuari. fu!l lined; sizes
-...IT yesrs Values
sa r.o snd IT. BO. at.
Bys' All-Wool Sut
Fiilts are In the nt-wi-st M04ll Sf
Norfnik nd duuhl hrau-nU iiyler
In tn hwni trrpeii in vrvwa m
kf I'll V i rn v 1. 1 li I. I '-naJii
rni re. Slf.ee I I" IX)
Values 0 tu . '
B . . 5 . 50 to Suits 9 1 . 7 -'
In th UW double -bretated vtyla.
Hulta ara In tiet. dark fancy ef
fects, In ibtvlotl and raaatmarea;
ut full and tailored fur h.vi i
Hlzea 5 to 14 ytMsrs.
Bjys 45 Raincoats, $3.08
It) aeveral aha1ea nf tan. diJUOi
textura rainproof . - n , cut loose
flttlnv, with an and oemented
M-vmtl niltltary . ::a;a. hlsae 6 tu
Boys $1.00 Knicker
Trousers nt 69c
In naat fMtf mUed chevlntai an
r In hrown anil gray crl
orti cut full an I have taped seams
i . i patent waist bantSa. Slsaa
Boys' 75c Flannel Blousv
WnNts at 4c
In grny an l dm w b'.ue made with
tkpen ruffa. standlns; co.Uia, with
bar hiittona; cut full, aiaa 7 to
A Thousand Overcoats every one now overy one made for
O'Nc'ill'.s every one nn exnniple of the lxst Aitifriean tiiilorin;. Isn't
that a better proposition than taking elioiee ami ehanees in sales of odd
lots, broken sizes and loud patterns.
Cash or Credit
Yuu ran select yu..i
Clothes when you un ;i
tlieoi sod wear thi n,
while paying lor them.
Buy Now Pity Later
$18.00 to $25.00 Values
The Swagger Belted Back. Coats m well
ilefined patterna. Full, roomy, with swing snd
style all over tliem.
The Slightly Shaped Top Coaia. tor mild
days or for evening weur, ehuri u. semi dn-si, et
Regulation Overcoats in several styles,
showing the latest ideas in collars, sieevm, ett..
Men's $18 to $25
Business Suits at
Cheviot, eassimeres, iafga. and worsted iti
tbe latest colors and miiturea, in Grays, Hum ns
and liluea, also pencil ami sliadu) stupes,
checks and plaids; cut in the newe-,1 mod. I- nf
two and three luitlon: eoaaervatW ami rliik-li.ili
styles; ves' are high gStl all sires fnr reiiilsrs,
stouts and alims.
Storm Overcoats, big, manly, vigorous'
liuilt lo defy Jsck Frost and Old Boreas la
their must spiteful moods.
Black Overcoats of all correct styles for men
of all sis.'..
Fancy Overcoats of all weaves, strong, bold
iiiutcriHla in sturin coats, snappy herringbone
an I oilier dressy effscts In regulation models.
$18.00 to $23.00 $ r j-
Eveninf. Suits latCaOU
The eis t styles that are now beiag produced
by the highest class custom Uilors. Made
of jet black unfinished vicuna doth, lapels
lac-d with grns-graia silk. Venetian lined.
Full Evening Dress or Tusedn Suits.
Materials are iuipnrte,!
woven nn. I printed in ,.n .
fine batiMc, cheviots, per
calea and tm rc. ru-d fubrics
of every descriplion; also s
few silka. Fabrics that make
the best SI no. el 5n an. I uu
ullSSr SI, $1.50 & $2 Shirts
taee. i uvawKw, viwiwimb, rteuns, tUtau- "i asa sssasssis away mms sbss Minir.n.
ji i a . . , e-w -
Patterna M light and
dark grnuml., neut stripes
and figures in all this season's
colorings. Fleeted and plain
bosoms; coat models; cuffs
attached; in either starched or
soft turnback styles. All
now priced 99c.
The price is evidence thai r want s clearance tl.ul v. .11 be ouick anil
comp.cle-- in fact clearance thr only reasuu for srliinat Rood shirt that are
at their heat in the tl 00. SI. 50 and S.OO claas for 5lc each. And, to make
the argument tinansweraMe in eomparlsoa, ths shirts sre all from specialty
shirt msnufacturera whose gkolt liusineaa la makinit better shirts shirts
that fit, look and weur an well thsl there's not the .linhtest reaaon for having
them made to order for three or four times this price.
Another Special Sale of
Men's "English" Shoes
Our lasl sale waa a wonderful euci ess and was followed by ao many urgent
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order. This was very fortunate, as they usually limit the quantities sold oa
Men's $4.00 Shoes
All newest up-to-date
last and styles,
fit last, blind syelsts
all the way to top.
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O'Neill Adams Co., Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street, Mew York City
Men s $6.00 Shoes, at, pair, $3.85
Patent Leather Button, Black Was Culf end tiuu ( alf Lace, Tan Russia
Calf Lace. These are all on the newest Fngbab shape ... low broad heels, flat
rmeuing loe, ailnu eyelets, lacing close toy. mar all Ihavway to Ike tops.
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