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STILL ?SILLS SECONDS AND THIRDS
AS ON SIXTH AM) EIGHTH.
Previous Successful I sc oi O'NeiH-Adama ??ml Vn?
other Honorable.' Tirade Name Makes This Junk
Handling Merchant Vmbitious Vppraisers
Rendered Speechless When -Isked
in Name \ slues Who ihc
Real Hackers Arc.
By SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS.
I inkelstoin luis tailed Ubennan is learning caution. No*
on? Guryan When vow ser ihe name oi Guryan, Stop! Look!
? ?ten! Put youi check book in a safe deposit \?.ult and lend youi
cash te. a trust) friend il von prefei to gel anything out ol youi
money when you spend it. For.t? cntei a Guryan store is to descend
. ito the underworld ?.'I trade.
Were the Guryan sign ii\vanabl) ovei the dooi it would afford
-uiiH* warning Bui it isn't. Mr. Isaa? Guryan lias a puzzhng habil
,,t renting spaces abandoned by well-known firms and juggling
.vita, then names At one place he may appeal as O'Neill A-danis,
.t anothei as McPartland & O'Flaherty, elsewhere as the I. Guryan
Co., Inc. But back ol him in his curious mercantile enterprises are
ItihtH BasWow and Isaac Lewis, officers oi the incorporation and
.eported to be the backeis ol Ins deals. These two gentlemen com?
prise the firm of Lewis t\ Bashlow, 473 Broadway, claiming to be
lobbei? ol hosiery and underweai ?As i firm Messrs. Uwis &
Bashlov ma) be jobbers; as individuals, if they are the source oi
?me <^\ the Guryan merchandise which Is now in m) possession, 1
ivould hazard a guess that they are rag-pickers.
Ihe most conspicuous enterprise which the Guryan concern
has on hand at present i? the "/Ao?ams-0'Neiir - ?le. Some time ago
the) got hold of the old Adams-O'Neill store on 6th Avenue, be
tw??< n ??1 >tli ?md 21st Streets, ind proceeded to capitalize what was
once an honorable name in the department store trade. In ?> quar
i? i page advertisement in The Evening Telegram, Guryan ? favorite
rind logical medium, he published a heavy-typed announcement ol
NEW YORK'S MOST .AMAZING
IANUAR. CLE/ARING SALE
OK A $85.000 MPT. STORK STOCK
?lien in very tinv type the line
At the Big Store Formerlj Occupied
and in \eiv big black type the following line
The effect to the casual i ???? was an offer ol $85.000 of thr
O'Neill-Adams Co merchandise
Further, the old O'Neill-Adam! signs arc left on the store, for
iihrd by sut h placarded announcements a "Big Purchase in,
Bankers,'1 ''Closing Out," "$85,000 Department Store Stock" ?end
?he like. Salesmen >tate. on being questioned th.it pari of the .sale
i- from the O'Neill-Adams stock. Perhaps it is. Some o? it looks
decrepit enough to have come from the original A. 1. Stewart, the
pioneer department ?tore oi N<*w York. (M course, the O'Neill
\dani.? ( o. has about <i? much ?nteres? in \\\r department store busi?
er, i" da) <i- the original Indian has in Manhattan Island.
In on?- respect the advertisement ol the Guryan concern is
literall) true, and in only one. "Most amazing" is the corree! and
appropriate qualincation f*?? that --ale.
Picture to yourseli <? huge, bare, ground-flooi space, sparsely
quipped not with showcases, but with l>m- in win? h the hick han
dis?: is heaped up heltei skcltei And such merchandise! It i- the
beerest flotsam and jetsam o! wearing apparel; the lide-dnlt "I
hade, washed up on a lee hore, gathered, assorted, labelled,
prinked and pranked and faked and. incredible as it ma) seem,
ventually sold Here as, thud?, and o oji all the wa)
down to the tenths, if there be such; linen filth) with the grime ol
.rois. <?>< Ks torn, ripped, patched gathered and cobbled, garmenl
n?sbranded mislabelled, misrepresented .ind variously lied about;
'los?? masquerading ai silk cotton masquerading ?i*1 wool: work?
manship skimped .n\d scamped; material in the last stage oi senile
deca) . styles so old that it would take .id antiquarian to place them
historical!) the mere ? mnanH oi merchandise in such
ondition thai in man) cases accurate appraisal was impracticable.
? I In- !><??! ou experts could do v. i> !<? h'-ld an inquesl on it!
!o I?? swiftl). paii : immi d al Guryan'i ail
?hal ?me need n eJo i? to enter .md look about. Mr. Guryan's
trained gull-catchers will do the rest One of the Tribune Bureau
"I Investigations expert followed this system and in the first five
minutes became the proud po sessor of more sartorial relics than
she Kdd e\er owned before in hei life. First, the enterprising sales
'?oiiirtn sold hei .? wan anted Uoodvear brand i aim oat. do,id
years never manufactured that ?oat noi anything resembling it.
'?' M came a "hand embroider* d" nightgown. The only hand that
had an) part ,? embroidering thai sad sack was the hand of the
engineer who started the ma h.nen going. The customei then
fell for i shirt-waUt, which, il one might believe the saleswoman,
was an up-to-date, Rneh mad linen garment reduced from $2.00
to m cents One might not safely believe the saleawoman, how
''vrj *'K' ;,ll!t uai'1 ?M ??? old-style, cheaply made cotton affair.
which, if it had been reckiced once- more to about 60 cent?, might
have been worth the money. It must have been quite a relief to
that energetic saleswoman when she worked oil on*the vtsitoi a
certain green petticoat, represented as pure ?Ik. al $1 45, for a
?he had kept it a little longei it mighl have fallen t,, pieces and
lows awa\ I he goods tore, al a slight strain, in the hand" ol the
appraisers. I?, sel a value ?non the purchase was a puzzle. Th?
experts finally settled th? gestion b) saying that the) had nevei
bandied "such rottei You couldn't gel anything Mime, ?f
\ ou tried
Anothei waist, sold al $2.85 and represented as pure silk
JirOUgh. borr the intrrcstm? Isabel "M* Forsyth. 31st Street a
5th Ave." M. Forsyth is one <>1 the former trade names of Plu
l.ibennan. ami thi.s article justified its orimn.il ownership. ? M s
and COttOO, <|int?' OUt of style, and worth ahout $1.25. Then the
IP? a "/ephvi vvool" sweater, concerning win? h the saleswom
.vas (|iiite urgent that it was \<-iy ?heap at $1.95. having h?*en i
dm ed from $2.50. It is about 75 per cent cotton. The appraise
disposed ot it in our word. "Junk" Tl*?* most interesting sin,.
feature about it is the buttons, which are seconds, and were app;
'iillv shot on from a defective blunderbuss.
Men can be put over the hurdles with equal neatness and d
patch on the ollui side of the Guryan rubbish heap. Here, accordu
?o the advertisement, one might purchase, at remarkable bargair
\anous kinds ol apparel. Two ol us from the Bureau of Investig
lions joined the, rowd <?l easy marlu on this side and -purchased wh
the clerks invited u- to. Nine pans of hose were first wislu-d up?
us bv an enthusiast!, vouth. who assured us that they were pu
-ilk and wonderful \alue ,it the price; also that, though the si/
?.sere not ?indicated, he would measure them to insure ,i lit. We
amongst the lot of them they ought to fit someboih. a- the) repi
sent lour different si/es. Two of the "pure silk" lot are pure co
ton; one is cotton with a lisle ?finish, and the lest aie libre si
--?tonds, thuds .?i worse. Of the worst of them, it is alnu>st nnb
lievable that even a (iiiryan would have the effrontery to put the
"ii -ale. Most delet live .-.ot ks have <? -mall mipei fe, lion in the < u
or at the se?ni ?These h.ive "run*" nulles in ?length in the silk, ?
lean down the It ont ? himsilv stitched up. How a man could I
expected to wear them to anything but .i poverty p??rt> oi a scar
crow dance I cannot conceive.
But the cream ot the exhibit was m the , ollar department. I h
wan a specialty ol the s.ile, advertised m I he Evening Ielegrai
and exploited in the show windows. ".Purchased through the ban!
en from Frisbie (Don Co. I.oy. N. I., to close out, each 3 1
CCntS." In the aggreg.ite, the collar! looked a*- it they had bee
?;u.'chased through the coal hole. I hey were heaped in bins, wii
?no reference to make or style <md not much to size. Some wei
?u.uked _! 1-2 cents; others > 1-2 cents. .Mi were m -.u? need <
?et they were worth the money, richly, from a collectoi - pon
.?I view. Among the fourteen exhibits which I brought away wit
nu* there are half a do/en different stampings, including a cor
spicuous display of the word "Seconds." One ..I tin* collars i
equipped with saw-teeth along the edge, the result ol ton frequei
(though not recent) tup- to the laundry. !u another, a gentlema
whose surface cha?nage was dele.inc. had apparently ?been dunk
offee, or ?possibly thick soup. ?Still ,i thud ?had evidentl) ?b?ee
attacked bv ,i large and savage companion perhaps the saw
toothed one and had had .i -fini ( irculai pie?.?' bitten out ot il
The r?'st locked as if the\ mighl be wearable by a man whos
thoughts were m the dim ?past aftei disinfection.
No ?jtla-r department was <>! equal interest, though we spen
a cheerful five minutes watching the head ol the shut depai linen
trving to unearth something to justify the .tdverlisenient ol "Al
leading brands.*1 After <t desperate struggle he produced tw?
which he -.nil ?fulfilled the representation. One was a "Columbia."
thi oth?r a Cluett-Peabody. Neither was new. From the expr?s
;ion on his face when we pur. based them I judge that we ha?
robbed him of his bait
Previous to their O'Neill -Adams venture the Guryan crowt
turned a little trick al ttih Avenue and -bid .Street, former!) thi
rite of McPartland 6. O'Flaherty. They advertised in the Italiai
Dap? ?- ? $55,000 sale ol wearing apparel, as il it were the McParl
land <\ OTI.ih'itv stock, ffhc original announcement is a curious
melange of tongues, as, !<>i example, the reference to "[/antic?
McPartland ?N O'Flaherty Big 8th Ave. Dept. Store, (>7^ ?>77 Ott,.-..
Change ol languag? does not .ilt.-i Guryan methods noi Gui
van merchandise. lo ?he tribune representatives who went ther?
eeking l"i apparel ihc clerk -'.Id <i -mi "I Merino wool nuclei
'Genuine Merino wool. Verj cheap .?t >4 cents .? garment.'
One-hall price was the claim (Italian) made for the merchan
dis? in the ale. Ine "\i rino" was just a little above r?gulai ful
prie? Moreover, il was nol wool, bul about (>5 pe? cenl cotton.
! urthei the garment s were sei onds. Finally, they were oi different
hades and were probabl, nevei mates. Anothei nul ol undei
"I the mesh variety, also proved to be seconds. An Arabian
-ilk undershirt was next ?iske.l foi and brought out. There ii no
Arabian silk m it. Ii ?s baibripgan, a second, and badly soiled. A
'pure wool -weatei a sayed a little higher, being about half wool.
Ii was not, however, hall price, as claimed, bul quite a bit above
tandard r?gulai prk e
But the hosiery was the prize of this sale.
"We h.ive some very line silk soi k- over here." ,,id the ?. lerk.
the w.iv t,* a table upon which an ,,..?rtmenl was heaped
under a sign ol I 7c .t pail
"Hiit seems very cheap -These aren'l seconds, are they?"
"Oh. absolutely nui."
Nor were they. Ihe. were thirds, and bad ones. The expert
who w.i- ca'led upon foi judgment, aftei resentfully observing that
'a- was ,m appraiser, nut a coroner, stated th.it. nol being on oath,
he miL'lit go so ???i .o t" *..\ iii.it the) were possibl) reckonable
.?t somewhere m the neighborhood ol ten ?en!- a pan- going
So much l?'i Guryan, doing business on Sixth and ?Eighth <c\e
.?nie-, undei bettei name- than his own. Bui Uuiyan is part ot the
Ostrog m?ii> invasion ol Fifth '\enue, and there he appears under
bis own label. Though hi- stock on Fifth avenue i- more show)
Mum m ?his more western haunts, lu- system i- the same. Here, as
elsewhere he oiler- more ind gives less I"i th. money than stand?
ard -hop-; he -ell- goods uiKtei misrepresentations, ?and he deal
in damaged wares
Even before entering the Guryan shop at 292 Fifth avenu?
?ne encounters th.* Guryan f.ikery, in the form <>? window bait.
in th'' bod) ol the window is a toile, turn of -huts with a $1 plat.uci
apparently designating them. Above ?n a small glass -hell ,arrv
? ?inlinueil un Page ItJ
HIS $800,000 VISIT
UPHELD BY COURT
American. While Titled
Britons Guest, Sold Him
Real Estate Stock.
BY ENGLISH ESTATE
Agent ll Absolved, and Com?
pany Advised to Sue to Solve
Holding thai ?Hrpation? o* notation
,.f <luty niaili' bj tbt Catato of Sir Prod?
eric! lanes Merrleleee, el Buirej*,
(?nglnnd, ?r?in?i Hfibfi-e Keloen F?*U.
aa inaurance tea rr?i est???* raaa, ?'f*
ague tad indefinite. Juetlca Feed
| dismissed the rail yp?t?*rd*v.
While ? litiag Sir r.adtiick ?" h'*
iioriii. in Surrey, I? tret alleged, Ml
persuaded Hit hail to inve?t men tli?n
1800,.be bfeKnigal Realty < en
iinnv. ?rl , owned property in Queens
and Suffolk cotintiea. >ii Frederick, I?
i ,...,, ,.,| Fell'? ?til? ices
"h- ? I.? .. racial fri? nd, cnt?"i
tained el ; ? countrj bouse and with?
out an) compensation i.? W received bj
i ? louree.** A? ? met? ? i
? ? ? ? egal .' i led, F? II
.... ., iell ? ..?? stock
and bondi of tbe Me Knight compon j
commi lioi ?
the sales !,?? made.
Executors of the Msrrielees estate
illeged further tha' Pell advised Bir
K reefer ich to leeid tin- realty i titnpeny
00 on its not??.. Pell wa? elected
?? board ut the company *o pro
tec? the" iavoetmentl of hil friend, and
eventually beeome vi, e-pre?ident. Il?e
r.-. ??. v.i not,- .,,r money d'ie- him from
the realty company, protected bj eev?
? ouaterai. Later, ???hfii he eras
.ii,,,,. to elote ., deal for the ?a!?? of
propert) valued .,' mor?? then $?00,.i,
?? d mended l"OT.l)O0 ????n.-i?? ilone, it .*
, I, ? ? ? n- ning to ?ell el ??
il g the company oi
? ., ?? froi
,., on the ground 'i.??' il
den el? e? inte re I
? .,..? panj II ir* right to hold and aell
itera - elao one ittoned, I ?
?J. tpr mine I ?
[cK Reel." Company
? ? >.r.4,'?i;*r- in
. .,..,? thai e i er led Sir Fred
-, . ? thai ha ?? r- i
: . . ? tl ?'? be w
. pci .. ',? ,,'' the e
. ed on the let? ?
tid that J C. '?'?->?
renl Engls id to in? .re I - i
?nvestaen? . ;?t
. he advieed Sir
be '.nd pu' enough
All futrir'? in*
ade mi .""ii Fiederiek'i
? i\< n : .* ,,? ?, 1 ell said.
? ,-n i ord decide 1 thai an aei ion
? realty company or .stockholder-1
: i .4-., to be bi ought ' " detei mine
r a san ? of action exiets.
Kell was formerly gel ?-ral aarn* of
Mutual I. fe Insurance Company.
?fi a reaolution
', ii.?- :.dnuni?tratlon of
I Peabodi pi ei iden? of ?he
Mutual, and left the compon* .
OLD TOWN *IDEA'
IN GRUBER DISTRICT
No C losed Door?, at 17th A. D.
i , in the 17th Assembly District, o<
..'?? Abraha.ruber vrai
? .' can leader, the "old tewa
: *>" idea is coming hack into the'
? ? I the , ? 1", n.odeni po
t attempt ta
. ?? ? ,r,l i he r,.formation <jf
.i atioi ind ritl coi lider
\ meeting :?i d coi ei rae i?? here
done .??' ?,
, i. ', ? -.-. it'ii f. ?i .
ind the nub! ic pet
erallj ?? elcom? d
no? airead er
more- I "r ig ooi
, ampaign manege
? . Md.-rn-Vi Den el M HeeTell, who
? ? 111 n i ii (lt for leeder of the diatricl
? Ipril, a- sue
? Brooks i?
. i Be de I , amps gn com
been ' in 11 I
? a memhn
or the d
? ? . . ?
,i tricl lee ele i
? ? for the leader ihip -
ii.?:'. .i i.i.. j>?, and an executoi
It the lest i r of the
rig** organization there
100 ol r? present. TK
500 HF.AR "DRY DEBATE
ll,.ii?,m tec used al Misrepresewtlag the
I .i-t Supper.
re guiar ?reel
i: ?? n oi d ;'. Hoaaon ?p<,?> in favai
Of pr |] |g . 1 H?ll Bl
Be faat, Me., preaent
? i of thi I.i-i ii Des ii ' A?
>'. mphi -. Tenn.;
n ?!. Andei ??' ? Ai I
1 ? ... the Rev. I!. *
?? d Infantn '
"A it U "ne um
the h? f th
peal er. " Phe ??
i heat , -, - n the
i 20,000,000 temperate
? u,-. Raaala an
m or thej
' thoroughbr ?,! eottoi
? i ?ara II time fer
er L. H i ? ' . ,...i
. ? ? i ?
lid, 'Hold on.
and cul ? >?- ;
? . - ?
that Je-.ua 1 ad
? the I -i?" Suppe
, ? ? ? ?.?,,...
' ?' I im ??(i"n"
FILM FANS SFaE THEIR IDOLS
Gr?a* ? r.*?.,! Attends Hall ?f If?
Mhltort?' lea-pie and H<*r*?*n ( lub.
?PUSS faas "eized ?n opportunity ti
tat their idole, of fh<? ??rea-n in t'no
flaiih lut? Right nravini? wind and
l?ele", 'hev crowded into Msdifion Square
? (larden to a???nd the movie kail eiv?*n
| h?r the Kxhibiton,' I..-nn-'i*? *"d *h?
; Screen Club.
Girl? of hitjli Kheel ?*e tried with
' (rrown-up?< to -a/ftfrh their fevoritOS
march by. Fortunata? oria? were per
niitt>d to rla?p ?he hand? of j-enerou?
I fttar-i, while a few actually danced wi?h
\ the heroes of their photoplay diassas.
After the informal dancing ?"he stars
began a promenade of the hall Gs
Kan?,, ad'iriie?! '.vith sboal a BOCl ??'
diamonds, heeded th? proeeaeion,
j feti'leil by two moaenlar Hawaiian?
who kept betare?n her and poosibli
! tliamond th lavas. Bill) Roeros,
I comedy drank fame, circled hut nc
tht? hall a?, he r."pr...l .I h? staff?
Maurice Costolle, Florence I.a Bsd s
, and other ?tan? leamod th? t otra to
' lower? were premcnt by the rounds of
apalease that greeted thalr appoaranc?
NERVOUS PRISONER RETURNS
I Raehmann. Who Walked Out of ?our!
Surrender* in < onapirarv ??ne.
Heinrich Hathnianii, who lefl ths
< Kaderal Building nneoeorted srhl ?
grand ?ury ??? indicting him sn.l
railed te retara leal Friday, ?urren
d*red bims? If rsaterdaj and ?ras ??*
leased in 1500 bell. He told 'i ?
horitiaa thai he did nol keep his prora
ise to rotara to the Federal Bulldin-?
...... e was too i
. he walked the tree! all night.
Bach ma i ? as n I Mrs
(Claie s, ,,,.,,, ,.,. .,,. being* ? t>'.? 11 ? "?'
i. -, i an piraci to ola I. loatoi ?
Ihu? bv lallina . the 0
i . ,-?.,.
? i tonal ?ffei ?
i attentio ' the Federa **-'? u
: ? Bures ?s beei
. ailed to h ? ol lection of suppli?
.- i ooo im md of raw r
whieh bsa been found on s loot bI
toi.t of Jereej Avenue, Jersey I ty !?
addition to *h? rubber there
.mall ?upplv of aramunitioa and -??
?tal electrical appliances.
.$15,000 IN GIFTS
FOR GERMAN FUND
Opera Stars Aid in lite tur
lent?.nie War Prisoners.
Patrioti. feeling foi
? buss moved 3,000 t,",!-"* - ??
-15,1 00 foi Gei nan and Austris
pi . niit-r- las? 'i igh ' x' * he **K I,
'i ?" held ?*' 'i.*1 Hot? I Aato
? - ? pal - igi .. the Germs
? ? .lei in*" Press Club .1
;?? ? torff'i ubi
:;r.' of ka: Ml '*'?
page ?aa-- re ?? ? I s
i i ai cts Joseph.
in the "R?ente I eat.
ths Rose Room
- boss nomos arr- in the ??? rn ? ?
H*he a < pi before tal
vivid p'cttjri"? af 'nt* bet! ?here
the ii niie- of the allied Kaisei
i i..m the ? sbleaui I ? .
ed into .!..- ? Weit itube ' li th.
Room, where Germs
? t\ - ? re ? ?
tmong th, ' ho en terl <*'i ?
the grand ballroom were dme Sehu
mann*Heink, ! ?* s, Frieda II
?Mme latzi ? ?Ihei
Rasch aad Carl J?rn. A feature ?
. ?? hi, a ?Vagi
comed as supposed to be
written to lie Buss;
I ? up to IS 16 tend ird ?Evehen
and Renca Rei-? sai ;.- I
inii p.-.rt*? in "Pritschen und
by Jacques Offeabaeh.
\ song I hose pi Itto ? ?or
v berl Re Ro na V si Dyck, Jo?
hanna iaia-.i -k.. Mrs, Randolph Gugs
heimer, Mmo. Maffhrete Ober, Mme, "-la
*-i..'??'?*!<i. Mme Mairie l?.
Mme. Jaquea l'rlm an?l Mm?
FREIGHT RECLAIMS CRUISERS
shortage i?t Tonnage Retaras ( edric
and < ellic ??? Commerce.
\ ?. r
.. * e?r ;,in| :i hal f 'he ".<, ; - -, - ?.,
inei Ced are to en?
tin? freight -or ? ? ? w... York
and I..* erpool.
. . ?
B % ernment. can
?. have eome from ?up Fa
rth *-<>;,. Gall ?poli ar.?
.-?? lomea, and ': ? Ced? ie I
r.nrt.-*,! of the ?ape t.;' Good Un\>? si d
uff "the Hri?
TO JOIN J. P. MORGAN
War Contracts, French Loan and
Credits Rumored Objects.
I.. *'. Stetl ? the '?! ? '
departmenl of J P Morgai I Co.. who
v.u.- made a par? ?
I flrst of the ? ed yestei
England *>n I he An.--- ? r St.
Paul is ??.,-<"i Mr. Morg
n.? >n by
? mi ??? i. thai !.?
pn ? ?
had de . ..
|| ?? il ..I, ?-.? ,. a .
elusion thai '?li 3 ? ??
??hie;' in I.m 'im. and pi In im
Mot 'mi: COU '.
hugs Wai . bet-i.
placed in thl?J COUntrj i?' the Morgan
' firm a ? seing agent
Allie*' and also to '?,??;.r Brita i
scheme for mo ? r American
M :ur * ?
It ?res also i imored that the prei
snee ef Mi Stettiniu ? . i -..
on the other ilde h conned on with
?auinf: of I ? ;.r uidei
a ith Amer u manufacturen Mi
Stettiniu? .i- to .
la. '? ?
denlj changed hi - -Ian?.
Big Six ou Preparedness
'i'.,*- " a :'. maki
? me its atl sde oi th?
.* anal preparedaeas a- one
itions ' .on of
\ ? ? D? s S
Hotel Biltmore, on Februan 2? I, \\
Sullivan, a member o?" the Typograp) -
? .' I'nion. will atldr?-- ? ?
? the personal r?Mire-e*i'ative t? -.i
\\. Gompei i, pre? d? ?
American Federatioi of ; r, ind as
-pu'...ian for organized labor
? i. pao i -
i.? an'? iitsrai *;*; r
Ul NK? V?.UK
w*-*'- st *" . Mraaa
CLOSED TUESDAY (WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
A CLEARANCE MONTH!
OUR INVENTOR) SALES ARE l'A)]()?:
Our Long-rlst-iblithed Rule Is:
SELL WHILE NEW AND STILL IN FASHION.
NEVER CARRY FROM SEASON TO SEASft
Therefore?Thet* REDUCTIONS and CLEARANCES ?.
Lace Curtains Draperies
A i - customer) ? th H d**-'- ??
ory, va bai s gana ? i
? r ? thoroughly and a
ai .-.i or soiled Curtain, end Drap
? ?r..-? haVC I.'? reduced at". '
IN ? ,
?. ,, ?a?-.
LA? R Cl BTAINS
Impel ? lari? ki
Vrab an Iriah Poin? ?? d at
i .. ? also ? ? i
quisettes, Madras, Re ?
Real Lace tl ??* -ere Si 1.98
and ?!?".'* .
?.-,?? ?*.-<!? $1" '?'*
and 111.98 .
I.a, e that were $!>.i>8 ? ?
!:? el i.a<r- thai aero !?" 98
I bet ?ere 10.98 I M '"'
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11.49 s I *
?. .?? $2.'..?R. . .
De I Frou Freu
slue $14.91 ? .
18.98 and 99.91
I . i.id.I Portieres
Frou Fron Damask and Arn
??I'l, end ?.vit-,out - | ired te post i
ordei .< learaaea ?$W I i -.??**?
Abe i? half value.
I i.rr.,iriin '??
rish l'on.' ami
Braided iVel Veetibula Curtail
. 11.49 . .9*
NEW SPRING SILKS
?o. fahr c
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e r. Ve ,!.. fhiaei
e? in < r ,? Mp,,.. r.
.ard *A ido taffeta?
Striped rafetae i
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10 In. h ? rep,? rie e lune? f ?'!
Nu? ??hantrin*"? ?? ,ra! colon
? ?? t?
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in in. Radium i.,ffe?a? ?y ?an
> ..ni u .?i.- Popline '?
?i In, h I ub Silk?* colored setii
- ?nd colo'?
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15 to ':'. inch M ?ty!e?
value M '?? Il "- ?????
niuin, eross'bsr, ?aequerd bei
Colonial hemstitched! rice bor..
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Inventory Ctearancei in
BED SPREADS, Etc.
and unbleached rorth I
?heeting I ?i yd?.
?',,i ' jle beds worth .19 ? l
iee "? are
l?re??> \e? -prinfr, Rloti?tea?
all tire eombiaa.
lace sad ?- 5.?*"
VA hile \ nile nr I inen Hi,,u?e??
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l IMA SHOCK! 4.98
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MATTRESS TK ks
? 6.7 f?
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PILLOW 1 C K<
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? ? 19 .'24
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Valaca to make lire? selling in
Due to Special? and Clearances.
Muff? '. black 1 ' ? 1
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for Mia.e? ?"d Women
Soft '.''?? "" ?'
?Ferel I ' .',,;
... of < OTTON III!? I
plaid reg. 11.98 1 $2.49
re dear 1 ."?*?
? ;-a ranee o' I INK Bl INKED?
arid ta s pail lots r ?
fleece wool ahite a on
',??-? binding ?4
reg, 110.98 to 118
1 0 clear T.?i." te 1 l.fl-ll
I'l RK uoeii BLANKETS s
plain color contrai .n bonier?
0 prottj pi a:,!- 60x80 1
worth **.M Bpecia l.i?".
A ?I'K IAI : < Kill BLANKET!?
... 40 inches .-e;. ? eotton Bee ?
:e colored berdoi - ?
l\< 01*ARD BLANKETS
COMFORTABLE Bl \M\IT:?
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0b Sale Mooda* latel I P M
V. en- to I
for Women and Children
Women? N i?htdre?.?.
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