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Private Investigator Hired by
Osborne Testifies at Albany.
POLITICIANS IMPLICATED
Letter from Barnes Denying
Road Was Built to Improve
His Property Objected To.
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NEW YORK CITY ON SATURDAY, OCTOBEH 14
EXPERTS IN SUGAR SUI
Witneisei Giv?-- Value of Co:
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PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
SPECIA? TRAF
GIANTS-ATHLETICS
World's Championship Bateball.
3HIBE PARK
American League Grounds, neai
NORTH PHILADELPHIA STATION,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1911
irAvr ??^^. i?i o v / PENNSYLVANIA BTATION . 10:80 A M.
LEAVE M.^ rORK t HTJDiON TERMINAL . . . 10:80 A U.
fceturninp. l-a\e North Philadelph-? JO Rtttltttei .???er frame.
Dining Cart i
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ELECTRIC TRUST BROKEN
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PODGEPfi READY TO PLY TO DAY
Will Continue Trip for Honor of BeiBf
First Aviator to Crops Continent.
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What's tha? usa of puttin-i up a (?'?ori
fusion .ii-Uc* -?'jfiinat T?m-**ii/ Hall un?
less every citiren \a.>o want?. qooH gov
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ACCIDENT HALTS NAVY PLAN
Engine Trouble Checke Aaiiton w!
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M?.ihtncB Plunge to Barth and Tw
French Birdaen May Di*?.
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graph pofc In Its descent Lavsl aas bare?
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Injured in .i fall with hla m ? in*
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?SNOW TWO FEET DEEP
Anaconda. Mont , the Centre of a
Severo Storm.
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depth "! twant) II. Inch's* r?n during a
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LORIMER PROBE GOES DEEP
Wrings Secret from Ex-Rcprc
s?ntative Shephard.
TELLS OF "BATHROOM" TALK
Voted for Lorimer on Promise to
BftVt Editor-Postmaster
Removed.
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MONOPOLY POLLOCK'S ;'
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mean unlimited competition between ,.ll
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the Mldul? Agea had ; ?
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they pi? ?ed 'hr ? gh ntlc?
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guild or craft t his freed!? m ? aa the
(aa slmost slw tya In m< dUe> ?i i.
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full m< ini.??r of a craft oi
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entitled, on their part ?.. n?. benefit
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tins ev? ' i man try h
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competent nn?i Incompetent p*i
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?PRIMARIES FAVOR THE RIC!
?Stephenson Might Have Expend
cd $200,000 Witness Testifies.
Mil v.,nil.<???. <"'; !- AWI-ieol
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taki n ta a pi nwW1*
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HOMEFORM'NAMARAJURY
Will Probably Have House of
Their Own During Long Trial.
ALL READY FOR TRIAL TO-DAY
Defence Will Insist Upon Know.
ing Sentiment of Talesmen
Toward Labor Unions.
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Jubilee Eve....s
Lot Ne. 34?Women's Gloves
The Best Glare Offering We Ever Made
600 Pairs, regularly $1.50. for 75c
In ?ne French kid. 300 pa<- ? ovei
??i. Peril point embroidered: twtxlaap; black, white,
rovi i, tan an i gray,
1 paira pique sewn embroidered ba?kr-; two 'Mack,
white ta i
?600 Pairs Long White Kid Gloves
Bieei i to 7 In fine French kid.
12-hutton length, regularly S2.75, for $1.50
16-hutton length, regularly $3.25, for $1.75
300 Pairs, regularly $1.15, for 69c
Sizea 5 ? to 7. In fine German lambskin; pino? tewn;
? embroidered; one-clasp; white, blac!- and I ? v
Loi No. 35?Royal Wilton Rugs
Regular Price tt *
.I2.S5 51.7S
Size
?6 m hea
27 x 7-4 inches.
3(5 x 36 inches. 3.75
_>6 X 63 inches. 6.50
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2.25
4.00
The mill thai made these perfect ruga sold them *o us
practically at cost, and the prices at which we -..nil sell them
today do not it.Jude o_i usual close margin 0. p;oht.
The ruga are o? ..no worsted, woven on a Jacquard loom,
in an extenaive variety of designs and ? o?or-combip-uk M
itable foi office. living-room or bedroom.
Experta who ha', c seen them have declared that, ;f thi
jubilee pricea, a deoler might purchase them and make .. profit
of 20 per cent by reselling them to retailers!
But. o: course, we shall sell them only to our cu.-.t .r.neis.
and not more than five to each one.
!?', ? ry, N'eu
Lot No. 36?Jubilee Notions
Six Items at Exactly Half Price
FOR TWO DAYS ONLY
l?e. _-n from our own stock of new standard me -
chandiae, and marked ?it one-half their regula: pricea. M^'
oiders will be filled, I ?'" / ?? iSntm ? at the-.*, pr.ces.
Wanamaker Hooks and Eyes, Two Cards for .*c
Wanamaker Pins, -4c, usualU oC
Cotton Tapes, 5c piece of 9 yards
Absorbent Cotton 20c, usually 40c, a Pound
25c Crystal Hat Pins at 12c
Dress Shields at 5c pair
And thioughout the department?less than usual price?
will prevail on many other items. Main 4 ?!
John Wanamaker
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co..
Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Stre *

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