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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1918.
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Judge Orders Bopks Mid Werri
Ivrs dI McNeil, Adams &
Go, Brought to Court.
William nimi. appointed ISLtlTOT for
Hie brakerwe Am r Vi-Nrii, AteM
ft Co of No. !) Willi street, wrtien an
involuntary pe.titi"n m bankruptcy w
fllcl aKalnat It MI eek. tMlfal In
diy before .Indue Hand In Hie I lilted
S I a I c-a I'latrlft t'ourt UUK lo the heat
o' hli MM Ilia nfTI -tb of the llrm had
creled thoueanda taf dnll.ira whluh
nilirht have heen used I pay 'iff eriilins
of poor HHHtOn ho warn turned
away altlmul a ram whan UN firms
dors were eloeed Fan, 27.
Mr. Hlau denmndad an Immediate '
' ainliiatlon of tha liroKere and their
t'iKiHi anl paiers lo die. loae any "
neted aaaaU" and to lorate a larae Itiii
wlrleh ha alleged wna di.pus.ted with
other litok.-re as eeeurlty for 'nuts and
JutUe Hand awtna.l mi orilar dlrect
nt that Pradtrtek Adairm Uiiasrll. Al
hrt I. Houa and John H Hliei Man.
nfflrara of the firm, appeal bef.iie
1 'tilted States ('ummlasluner illlonrlat
to-morrow with every record connected
wll.i tlia flrm'a huelneaa
In hl affidavit Mr Hlau aaon:
Thle Arm had on dcpuali with othar
brokerage houaaa other lane lurni of
money aa auarenleoa for prlvlleaes
id by McNeil, Adama ft Co. and
known aa 'puta and NUM.' Wa mint
enjoin lh disposition of theae moiicya
by the partlea witn wlrnm they ara on
ileyoslt at once. Immediate atapa are
nereeaary to recover thaaa dapoalta and
an Investigation of their c.ieracter
hOttM be made.
Judge Hand appointed Joaaph Stein
tfcrg of Nu. 320 Hroadway attorne) (of
Aft.' tin- that hour of txwMTu-aa the
suvk M irk, t la-came extremely dull,
K.li Uii- loading leiauca ahowUiK llttla
i ,'raia In pi lOH from lat idirbl'a o! ta
int. At 2 o'otock a aelllnc nwivrment
Ijic-I fttott down to the low prkaa
of the day, tin- atandard laauia cloaliui
i about a i-.ini loaa.
I'll, atojafti waa acttve and weak.
Thr liMlna I'rlvea.
TlM lulluania aaiw tlia ia ".i. )int an
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APPEAL TO SAVE POOR
BANK CRASH VICTIMS.
Austro-H unitarian Consulate Inter
puses in Distribution of Kosett
Firm's Meagre Assets.
Tia Auatro-Hung.irlan funaulata
Uaneral. through Attorney Maurtca
Cukor. appoalad In tha United Stales
Circuit Court of A4peala to-day on ba-
half of hundreds of immigrants In New
Jrraey, I'eiinaylvaiila and Ohio, w ho ara
threatened with the loaa of their lav
inga. Theaa Immlgrama diX'oallad their
aavlngi with the private bunking firm
of Max and Sdnurur it..-. -it. at No lit
Liberty sireet. which went through
bankruptcy aome time ago. ami whoae
affalra ara atlll being lbiuldatad In the
At the time of their failure rhe Koaett
firm had on depoalt abuut ll,(Si,nti, and
had glien to th.' Mat.- Cumplrollcr i
bond of tlnO.UUQ, When Joaaph M Conk
in waa appointed received ha found
that, outalde of tbla lauid. the aaa ie
amounted to aim , i.'.viai
Truat fund and like claims, which took
precedence ovi depuaitora, were lmme
diately ill.. I, and ona of theae waa a I
low. -I to-day by Judge Hand, who dl-recu-d
the receiver to pay WuO to the
Nurd Wautachar lakiyd, Claims of .hla
aort. It it aald, have cap. d out tlia aa
acts except the llon.iMi bond.
rwn Million Man una tha Ciltotta.
Tha Stadaa ara ana. Cat
Cittstu today. I j
i BllMm NMtaa-Ca, ImmJ
CHILDREN SOUGHT AS
. HEIRS TO BIG FORTUNE
HELD UP IN COURTS!
Mystery Surrounds Tots whom
Smart Was BdUCttfTlg
W hen He Died.
OhJafitlOfl I" tha prolmta of tho will of
J.-hn M .iilKnmaTy Hnmii. mid ator:ii?i
prvnetafi who dlad W MM Tltanl.' dla
a"ti'r. wna m1' to-dav by Mlaa t'on
alnn'T II llnldwin. who rlalma InWft'l
naoia wa .Inr . M. Smart, arid that ah
In rnlttb'd in ahar' In hi, aatutt' haeftUM
of liilaliii aa ri'lntlona W'ltli the dfa.iai-d
and br. iina. aha l a i railltur of th a
Miaa Miildln further i lalni Smart'"
lat will la Invalid, bar.inaa It waa nut
written nor alaiied by Hmart She akl
Surrorala Cohalen to diamtaa IIih pin.
hati' pro-'eedliiY an dlo ppolut hrr lr n
dlalnteroted peraon aa adinttilati ut.ir.
Ia lalon wax reaervod.
Hmart left hla entire ratate to Jor. inlnh
Twomey and Annie Kranoea Unwn of
."rederlik K Reward of No JO Hroad
alreM, told of aooompanv Hmart abroad
to .-loae aome bualni'aa di'ala rind of re
tnrnln on boord the TltHtilr with him.
On the way over Hmai t iiifnll.ui. I tn
film aomi'lhlnir alioiit two children beltiK
eiii.'atrd in Fran.- The Information
had piiaaed nVanrda memory until no hi
time after tha Tltanlr mnity Then
Meward had nubllab.-d In the newapnp. in
throughout the lountry and III Rtirapa
the aurmlaa Hint two fntherleaa children
were alone In a achonl In Kranee nml
aaked further Information. No reamnc
waa ever reielvcd and aa far na
He a i'.l knowa, Hmart laft no HvlnR
The peraona In AtiatrmlU who nre made
lirnchVliirlca are frleud of ftmart
INSURANCE BROKER IS
OF "FIREBUG TRUST'
The tlrand Jury found an Indictment
to-day naalnat llenlamln Uoldateln, a
fire Ina jrniux' broker, aald to tva a mam
her of tha "Firahun Trunt." charnlnf
him with arann. tloldateln, who waa ar
reatad laat Baturday, will ha arraigned
for pleadlnc Haturday befnra Jude Ma
lone tn the Court of Oanaral Heaalona.
Thr Indictment of Ooldetaln la the flrat
ni'ivim out f tha eonfaaalon of llolx-rt
J. Runln, an Inaurance adjuater and
Linker., tried and cunvli-ted of arann a
abort lime aao and now awaltlnc aen
teie e He accuaaa Ooldatein of cintatna'
a fire In a tenement at No. 236 Kant Olio
Hundred and Second afreet. April 2. 1911.
by which an Inaurance company waa
defrauded of IU0.
Itubln'a charge waa corroborated be-
fore the Orand Jury by IMy the
I'alnter." tha profeaalonal flrelniK. on
whoac testimony Hubln waa ivnvlcted.
?5est Sc Co.
Haying Made Extensive Alterations
We Will Open Our Fourth Floor
This Entire Floor will be Devoted
To Outside Apparel for
Girls, Children and the Junior Miss
The Second Floor will be Devoted to
Women's and Misses' Millinery,
Suits, Coats, Dresses and Wraps
A more complete assortment of Spring
Styles than we are now showing, is not to
be found anywhere.
Popular Priced Models a
feature of these departments
Infants' and Children's Departments
ARE MORE COMPLETE THAN EVER
Every Article of Apparel Everything for
Crib and Nursery. Largest Stocks, Widest Variety
Wr originate tnuny Innovation in infmntt'
Weur.and import many R3rclulve Noveltlet
AS DRIVER OF CAR THAT
TAXICAB BANDIT USED
Empty Ammonia Bottle Hound
in Machine Clue That
Leads to Arrest.
Chrtiiopnrr itBn. trim pnUramnn
of X, w irk i"-d I pOffltltmty Ide il til ,
CM offi a ranrunon, in ih Wmt WHt
IVjIlce Court pr'iioii, na the .haiiffeur of
the nntonwbttc irhleh nrnltnd in front of
n NtWnrt tttt atore. prior to the rjtt
herv if tht -.dry Mor of MOON i- u,
Nn i , hi Broadway. Manhnttan, at mid
Tin. lal ib landl a, who held up ll"k
at tho point ,if ,i ntatal and tried to
atenl a trnj nf Jew.-N from idm, Arm
threw ammonia in tha iaca of the
JeaTli r. The amply MMMnkj Imtile w.ia
founil in the ma-hltii. :h-y naa 1. whlrii
1'i riruaon wna drlvlnic ft wna traci1 to
a Newark driiK ator.- nnd DatOOtlVa Cap
tain fan nay In aknrpa of rinnlna out
IkM clue, found that Itvnn w on duty
near that pinna. H in remembered tne
OrtaUffiaUF and alai a.imr of the numlnMa
of hla New York II enae. To-d.iy he
Untitled tha man p mltlvelv.
Paf nUaOT waa at the wheel of the car
ued by tin. tan in. 'ii who h.'hi up Back
nnd wIim tlir.w the tray of Jewela Into
the machine. When the detective tried
ot atop th Ketavav iy nrreatlriK H"'-r-Kiiann
the two holdup men Jumped Into
nnothar mnohlna, Tin. datTotlvoj ordarad
Keraua.in tn follnw. but he aald hla ma
chine had a "ii a out of commlaalon be
cause of the Intenae cold. I-Vrgoann
On Internal Baths
The moir enliirhtencil phyaiciana, in
rftldtai many of the xreateat aperialiala,
are recommending anil pre.criliinK the
tiae of the "J. Ii. I.. Cascade." Nature's
Own (lure (or Constipation.
Il keeps the lower intestine sweet and
lean and eliminates nil poisons in the
waste which it contains.
( II herw i.c I her poisons are distributed
throughout the body; this weakens the
w hole system, make us dull and bilious,
and even brings on serious complaints.
The "J. II. la Cascade" clears the
colon of all wuslc, and is shown by all
Hiktr-Hcgi'tiiMi Drug Stores in New
York and llrooklyn.
Send for booklet. "Win Man of To
Day Is Only aU Per Cent. Kffirienl."
No Mori Wrinkled Ficoi
The molt wonder
ful d 1 1 1: u v erjr of
nuidrra liaut- ouU
Or. OiW Fioiil
mithrt n 1 il
ynunR, rriin. vi-aj old
linen ami wrliiklca.
r.'ilin liriTft p irn,
OorMOtl flabby h!o.
tri ii k -a thin r. ulumu
And cmi in-1 .-iy rJuvhniog thn complrti
Ion. lilt rfMilu In 20 mlnuti- whfr
crania, lotion, mmntg,- umi othr huly
trtKttnvnt hftvn f.illt il; f rno fr-.m m i.i or
noUitn ; k" i r.i ti in it ii i f m it-Hp t ,, thr moat
Irllrat ikin VrU v T.u , Hi. INI ami H2.IMI,
For nt at nil 'Ii i at inil ilt'piirtnirnt nturri,
m r.c,.i.i of In, M ill "rnd itmplo to
prove all wa rlnlm. Irpt. w
OH. OH. r.lis. I7al I niton Ml.. Rronklvn.
I kmr (hn takrn fit .-nrr. Tl IftP hW
, n h n'.nrt afflfliivit, l 1 1 th- Hf" -Ty
I timi h'- tn with ttw IMfl wim Iwvttffhl
. ihp iinnionli in n nrk rsuftd Dvputjr
I foinmlslotitf tJougfwrti io4ftf W
( i fi..r- Mm with ptrtlrlpmHon t Iht
h i 't ip bouftitrty htltevti ii .ii
I Pnotl Lrvc Ull ftthtF two rm n
BOWELS BAD, LIVER
If conitlpnted, bilious, hc-ndach),
atomach aour, tnki- a Cnscarct
Dime n Box.
You men and women who can't Ml
feeling right who have In a dm lie,
coated tongue, foul la.le and foul
breath diaxincss, can'l sleep, arc I i I -inua
nervous and upset, bothered
wilh a sick, gassy, ilisonl'-real itoOMrh.
Inr have bin k-ai lie and feel Ofl nut.
Are you keeping votir bowels clenn
with Cascarets, or men lv forcing a
1 passageway every few days with suits,
; cathartic iiill. nr i n.tiir nil? Tin. i
Cascarets work while you sleep,
cleanse and regulate the stomach,
remoie the sour, undigested and fer
menting food and foul gases, take Im
excess bile from the liver anil curry
out of the system nil the conslipaled
waste matter and poison in the intes
tines and bowels
A Cascaicl to-night will straighten
you out by morning -a Id-cent bus
from nny drug store will keep y uir
stomach sweet, liver nnd bowels reg
ular and head clear for iiinnths. Dm I
forget the children. They love Cas-
l lirets because I In taste guild do
good-- never gripe or sicken.
'Ease That Sore, Tight Chest!
MUSTEROLE Does it!
Hub Ml STKUOliK on your chest
briskly, and you will tie MMMfd at tin
DMMtd relief you will feel right imii.
It prevents pneumonia.
MUBTKHOtJS is a clean, while oint
ment made with oil of mustard. Simply
rub it on. No plaster necessary Batter
than mustard piaster and positively does
Thousands who use MUBTBBOIJ!
will tell what relief il gives from BUN
Throat, llronchilis. Ton si h t is. Croup,
Stiff Neck, Asthma. Neuralgia, Head
ache, Congestion, Pleurisy. Ithcumiilisin.
Lumbago, Tains anil Aches of the Hack
or Joints, Sprains, Sore Muscles, llrniscs.
Chilblains, frosted r'eet und Colds (it
Dm -lors and nurses frankly recom
mend Ml'STKHOI I'. na a substitute for
the old messy mustard plaster. Large
hospitali use it.
At your druggist " in and ,10c jars,
and a tptrial large honpitat xizrfor ti :.t
.Accept no substitute. If your druggist
cannot supply you. send .1c or 5llc to
the Muatenne Company, Cleveland,
Ohio, and we will mail you a jar, postage
Mra lints. Halt Lake l its tuti:-"l l,arr
Muat.role tu my greatast aataJa ti n tor
cwila. - I an a niirae ami nri-uiniDvnil
At Thirty-Fifth Street
at Half Price
MagnlflCftrl Tur Wraps, Oils and
Seti (if tllM quality In this rnd-of-the-sejson
LACE ROBES TUNICS
$10.87, $14.89, $19.74, $24.69 $29.75
Imported to sell at $14.74 to $84.50.
A collection of l&J Tunics an importer's sample line,
and from our own stock, including:
Real Lace Tunics
In various exquisite color
I hese are the latest novelties
1 Main Hear,
OF NOVELTY LACES
Now & to $2.97 a-yd-
Were 9c to $5.48 a yd.
Verise, Baby Iriah, Bo
hemian and Macrame
lare effects in cream,
white and ecru.
IkIkiiiks. insertions., galloons,
festoons nicdnllions, Vandyke
points and dfnn I'ounces are
included in this collection of
Novelty LaCCS, in widths rung
inn from inch to 15 inches.
Vs. 'M-.i. Hoar. reatre.SSS
Lace Handkerchiefs ea. 29c
Sild .'laraier. f-.r falc.
Daintily simple Handker
chiefs of sheer linen with
li.iiiil-crixheled edge (cro
cheted, not sewn on) of real
lace from Armenia.
Lace Handkerchiefs (ea.) 12c
SAranMa. aiild for S3c raoh.
With Centres ol very fine
Shamrc-ck" linen from Ire
land. Specially purchased
from a manufacturer who
discontinued the pattern.
j Women's Initial
fllandkerchiefs (Sis). 49c
Klacskfra 13a sua 13c each.
Choice of any initial In a
pretty blbck pattern, upon
Hire linen from Ireland.
Women's Hand Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs (ea.) 24c
i-la wliera at Ste . ai V
Of good quality linen, with
either ii or Js inch hem.
Initial Handkerchiefs ' for
Men (8b), 98c
tenhM a-M for 11. SO.
Choice of any initial in
block lettering. Ordinarily
these were 25c each else
where, and to-day they cost
more baeauat of the advance
in the price of linen.
These fabrics are sold bv the
12-yard piece only, and the
great reductions are made In
disregard of the advance in
the price of cotton.
-" Windsor English
This is an exception
ally soft finish. Width
11,69 cs J1.70
Macy's Doeskin Finish
H idtli it in. Sold by
Ike 12-yJ. piece.
"Ilarald Square." 18c. Similar
nu.iiity elsewhere 11.25,
"P, uiccas. "11.21 Similar qual-
tt elsewhere 11.50.
"lied Slar." Jl.M. Similar
quality i Isewhara si.s.
"MacySreciil. "$1.49. Similar
quality elsewhera h hs.
Royal," il Hi. Similar qual
"Ideal Ling trie, "$2.19. Similar
quality el-ewhere SJ.50.
Macy's Longcloth (40 In.
width i at tlM8 pita. Sim
ilar quality' elsewlicre. 52.40.
"Windsor English" n
Ua.-7'a prlea na In 19.
Sheer quality. The width
is 45 inches.
R. H. Macy & Co.
if w i m
KaaBJ VHBBBBBBB taaaau BaBBfBBS-
Silk Embroidered Tunics
( Hand-embroidered )
Japanese Silk. Robes
combinations, black or white.
in Robes and Tunics.
.1 lib Meeet.
It is too early to buy Summer
outfits, but here is a chance for
new clothes at small outlay.
Hats and Bonnets
Vv have 150 for little people 6
months to 7 ears of age.
These are mostly of soft felts
and velours. ery suitable for this
Intermediate season, and would
bf equally correct style for next
H ere 99c and $1.4; now 39c.
WertS IM and $f.96; now 4C.
H ere $4.96 and $5.94; now 99c.
As these are bulky and hard to
carry in stock, we are disposing
of them at great reductions. Sleep
ing garments, sizes 2 to 12, in blue
and pink stripes, well finished.
H ere 49i; now 24c.
Were 69c and 75c; now 49c.
Canton Flannel Garments
Were fc; now 49f.
Were 89c; now 59c.
Children's and Misses'
White and colored. Sizes from
2 to 16 years.
Were 49c and f9c; now J9c.
We'e 69c and 99c; now 49c.
Our new finer goods are coming
in daily. White and colored Spring
Coats in serges, cashmere, eponges
and fancy imported weaves.
They are foi children up to S
years; the pi ices are S).96, S4.96
and up to $14.89.
White Dress LINENS
SAVINGS from1 to V
Imported by R. H. Macy & Co. from France and Ireland.
Ill LINEN YEAR" is predicted on every side for 1913.
Dress Linens at Macy's are consistently uniform and
reliable in quality. ttata nr, 3am at.. Hear.
White Grass-Bleached Dress Linen, (yd.) 26c
From Ireland. Width ib inches. .
Of pure flax, in an especially nice, soft, mellow finish.
Ready to use.
Ramie Weave White Dress Linen, (yd.) 39c
From Ireland. Width 45 inches.
Of pure flax. Medium weight, fine quality, evenly woven
with a beautiful soft shrunk mellow finish.
White Ramie Weave Dress Linen, (yd.) 46c
From France. Width 46 inches.
Very heavy. Evenly woven of clean line yarns, soft shrunk
and with a mellow finish.
White Dress Linens, (yd.) 39c
From France. Width 46 inches.
Very fine quality in a medium weight. Evenly woven and
Player-Piano MUSIC ROLLS
' Macv's prices are U less than list prices.
These music rolls, which can he had (unless stated to the con
trary) for either hs or A5-note player-pianos, are the vtry best
interpretations cut. The markings are so clear that any one can
produce the music correctly at tirst sight. The following are
only a few of the great number of titles at these special prices.
NOTE: Numbers pre,xed by a cannot be had in l-note.
Fourth Flour, a 4th at.. Hear.
At the Devil's Ball. Song
At Uncle Tom's Cabin Door,
Song Cowan 44c
Goody, Goody, Goody. Good,
Song Berlin 44c
Kentucky Days, Song
Some Boy. Song. Stamper 44c
Twilight Memories, Reverie,
Wait Until Your Daddy Comes
Home, Song Berlin 44c
When I Lost You. Song,
Why Did You Make Me Care?
Song Sutman 44c
'a Attractions Ara Thair Low Pric;
Broadway JlthtoJSthSt .
Macy's Usual Price $29.75,
$32.50 and $38.50
A final clearance of Reduced to
the finest Sack Suits . M
in the Macy stock, and (PI Q Hil
a good range of pat- A J J aj
terns in every sixe from
34 to 42 although, being a clearance, the
tssortment is not absolutely unbroken.
Materials are the finest woolens loomed
in America and Scotland, in gray, brown
and blue mixtures. Both the color tones
and the qualities are entirely foreign to
Suits usually offered at this price.
Suits as good as these, at such savings,
are worth your while even if you put them
away until next fall, fifth liner. RrnadwrnT. .
jgj HE WORKMANSHIP, the
I l y W IIIC 1 1 lea IVl ICal - v. a. f
Macy's "to measure" Shirts are up to the high-
a . . I I L.... .1. . nmm ,e.. 1 t I, , 1 ' Inifoe
gj) est sianuaru uui me
than are charged eisewnere lor custom-inaue
Shirts of similar quality,
OUR NEW SPRING SHIRTINGS have
recently arrived from abroad, and are on view
in the Men's Show and Measuring Room in the
rear of the Main Floor, on the 34tn St. Side.
AMONG THEM are the following:
One Hundred Patterns at $2.48
Similar quality elsewhere is Sl.bO
In woven madras and percale "raise" effects.
One Hundred Patterns at $3.44
Similar quality elsewhere is $4.b0
In "French" Madras. "Russian" cord ef
fects, crepe cloths, silk mixtures and finest
Twenty Patterns at $4.44
Similar quality elsewhere is $b.00.
Smart and novel effects in woven Madras.
Twenty -five Patterns at $7.49
Similar quality elsewhere is $10.00.
In all pure "tub" silks in very delicate plain
colors and combinations of colors.
Erar? ana el Maej'a "Te Measure" Shirla is Bade under ideal
canditiena in our awn werkreeau an the premises.
Com e Opera
Oh! Oh! Delphinc. Selections,
Inlrodurliif : 11) Alla-Balla
Ooo-tlou; 1 2) The Maxim Olrl:
(31 Oh! Oh! Delphlne; (41 Van
lcei (5) Kverythlnn'a at Home
Kxceiat Your Wife; () Venue
The Firefly, Selection..
Intrnductrvfi (1) Love la Like
a KlraAr. (!) Otannlns Mln ill
Whan a Maid Coinea Knocaina at
Your HeaiM . Tummy AtuTna,
16) A Woman's Smile, i6 The
Beautiful Shl from Toyland:
(?) Tha Dawn of Love; (S)
Sympathy, () Something;
When Irish Eyes Art Smiling,
San from tha lata e' Dreama
Sung by Phauncey Olcott.
Blouses and Negligees
Pr'or to rrmoval to .ew IPlfaVn on
the third floor, prices are very much
lower lhan usual.
cut and the qual-
thrpp mints in which
jitnaa 4 73
"Well begun is half done" it you
are supplied beforehand with every
requisite for washing day. Macy s
has every imaginable appliance or
device, at prices that are "Lowest-in-the-City."
Kreamer's heavy tin Wash Boiler
No. 8, with copper bottom ; was
S1.64. special, II.M
Family Clothes Wringer, 11-in.
rubber roll; was S3..W,
Hardwood Clothes Props. 8 ft.
long; were 12c, special, lie
Folding Ironing Tables. S ft.
long; were SI .06 special, Stc
Hardwood Clothes Bars, 5 ft.
high; were 59c, special 49c
The "Dewey" Adjustable Curtain
Stretchers, full size, with brace, 11.
Galvanized Wash Tub. SI.3I ta 11 M
yooden Wash Tub., 71c to JI M
Wash Boards, family size, double
Hardwood Clothespins, best qual
ity. 100 for lie
Wash Sticks. fc
Heavy Willow Clothes Hampers,
JZ.Z4 to 15 21
Imported Heavy WillowClothes Bas
kets. (I la as i
Heavy Splint Laundry Baskets.
Heavy Willow Trunks, for shipping
ijui.ury. Xf.w tu $9.31
Apron Clothespin Bags. 7
Clothesline Rntinerv e
Clotheslines, best braided cotton
SO feet . 27c; 10O leet. Sic
Wall Clothes Dryer, UctoS7c
Asbestos Iron Holders, 4c, Sc. lie
Clothesline Pulleys, St, ISc
Imported Ball Bluing, b 9c
1 III naa
Leggett's Liquid Blue, pt., 14c
I:,vhII Water nirit ...
Macy's Powd red Borax, ib.
Orandma s Perfumed Waxing
F. P. C. Laundry' Wax,
Genuine Beeswax, cake. e
Oilcloth Tub Covers, jj,
Laundry Moves tor Coal , 13 H to 18.24
Gas Laundry Stoves, 11 M to 14.11
Sadiron Heaters, 24cto4Sc
Matrons, best quality, 4, 6 and a
lbs., at, lb.. jt
L- i ma.nriiMri 1 a. n.