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EVENING LEDaEB-PHILADBLPHlA', MOffftAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1914-
pE WATERS RED
WITH GORE OF SLAIN
IN REGENT ACTIONS
Uncanny Silence Reigns
Over Field of Carnage.
Stretch 100 Miles.
Miles and miles and miles of desolation.
4WIicrover ons moves In this warswept val-
W oii,y a fow dIV'8 neo eo peacoful aml
beautiful, one meats with tlio same
Xalure, llko Niobe, Is all tear?, wrtne
ng her hands at the nmd, merciless deeds
of her children. The slty Is serene, bluo
flecked with wlilto clouds. In tlio
meadows the cattle, nil that Is left of
them, still stand kneo deep in high grass.
(The evenln breere still makes music In
the wllows whlrh bend over tho strentn,
(but nil the birds have vanished, Bono,
licaxcn knows where, out of the shntter
Vncantiy silence reigns. The norm Is
Jioldlliff her breath, shocked nnd terrified
'by the writhing- flamo that has swept over
thlf sweet country, leaving It scaned and
The slow waters of tho Marno are no
jenger bine with heat en's rcncctlnn on
sunny days, but are livid and dreadfully
malodorous with the swollen bodleo of
Thro are hundreds of them, aje, and of
Mori, too. A blind man could follow tho
track of this battlo storm easily enough,
and t have floundered along It until I nm
Tho Are Is still smoldering over shnl
jow graves of brave dead, entombed eq
hurriedly that one sees hero and there
Jn these gruesome cemeteries, a brown
band thrust through tho shovelled earth
is If beckoning: the hump of a shoulder,
villi tunic and shoulder straps toin away.
U Ib dreadful. For more than 3C0 miles
Jichlnd the battlo line these burying
grounds mark tho sccpcb of carnage.
URGE APPROPRIATION FOR
Tcaicd City Will Lose Supremacy as
Grent Medical Centre.
Trading medical men tluoughout tho
citj arc uiiaiiimoti! in their conviction
Hurt PldliiilelphU will loe Us supremacy
ps a great medical centie of this country
unless pi oilskins are made In the cur
rent loan for necessary improvement-) to
the- Philadelphia General Tlospltal. Pliy
flclans piominent in medical cliclrs de
plore thr antiquated facilitlcH available!
lit tho hoMilt.il. They point nut that
Jllc Institutions In other cltlri which are
flrlving for tho enviable position long held
bi Philadelphia will forge .ilieud ami at
tiln that honor unlets tlio lniihllngH anil
equipment at UlocMe .uc gicutly auK
ni'tiied .mil tinovatnl.
In an cffoit to prevent thin city fioni
losing it-, notable position in tlm medical
florid mcinbcm of tin- I'hllnclclpliUi gen
eral Hospital st iff have tcuoued their
efforts to lue tlio municipal authorities
do fioniething for the g.ncinl Improve
ment of tho Institution.
Tho institution at piesent Is antiquated,
although maintained under tho veiy best
stisplces poisible, and falls far nhort in
eierv rcn.ulieiiicnt of a modern hospital
Ulioctor Hi.rtn Imn tugi-ntU pre&eiiied
rciueM lor Jt nOa.OOO. He rnutrnds tli.il
v.ith an thing less tliiiu tli.it Mlpiilulcil
mm iiuthint, more than tin- deplorable
stiin of uuiKliig ftiiall. hiaditiUc sul
ciltlons and patching? lure aiul there
could be acoompllslied. Thus, uflor ex
penditures along those lines huvo been
made, th lintltutlon would still icmulu
n old and Imperfect one without a sin
gle modern unit.
ALLEGED FLIRT ARRESTED
Gill Chaises Him Also With Theft of
l III, I 1 1, I a, i. ,;, , n,n Klln ,
ii . I I ruth ,M11 I ,.(, (.(i.v.ty.
'iisi-d i.i if-nlnij, it ,iirr nnltv . .io
from Miss lather iiinnii, VJ jouis old.
J'm? .Nen Marl.. I '.street, iai held in
IjfO ball for a further hearing today bv
Stasis t rate Tracy In tho Eleventh and
winter streets police Ktatlou.
Miss Burman said the man attempted
jo nirt on a tiain coming from "Willow
.roe. soon attflrward sho missed tlio
case, which contained $3 30. Sho followed
JV.'anfrom u" "'a" a"d caused lu.i
nest IVnacltenlv said tho j otitic wom
' bad Kix.ni him the xanitv case that
" !lt ini.h.ih. .nndv for her. .Miss
Humim iiPin, , tins.
TAX ON BEER HERE WOULD
AMOUNT TO $1,250,000
Philadelphia Ptoduces 2,500,000
Batrels of Boverngo Annunlly.
i,!!5il''"ph1,1 "oul1 ,u"8 ,o pm- nho,it
'- as Its ,. tlC tna p,01KlsP(,
r tat on heer. Tim tBX ouM b
" "nis n a ha.rel of i.er. of which
In , ' ""S "Uy ",olI WW.OT band-.
Miiua , T0 nnmial cttro ut i(
iiuJ,JS.fl& u,ey w"r" 11Uely to
It Van It a ' S "nD0l"'l bceomts law.
hi at," x mh r:rr' from u,,r Rn'
'o . V Uft".r-' r f' a gal
" the 1 w '"" tt!.. It no olfo-t
Wm. i , n . Mm" to variant an n.l
wrti hlT"M? ,n war. win,
de'rw", n.n? ,Soa lv lecMua, This
Ptiuflon, J? S1."10 ,!verumenfs v
! I "B 13.000.000 f.om tlm
m another nl.1'9 ,0 b9 inoreasid
commodit" I,vled on otnw
RELIQIQUS BODY ORGANIZED
ou Bosco Institute Formed to Give
Aid to Yomi- Men.
tnal W J !o; " ", ""ural ami iiia
t Ufl suutl, vi "f'"en l'a lieen opened
th,K,lN'v,,i'et- y um'r
Honun iv.,1, ?u M" Ira"cU do Saln.
qut.t of rehw ." 1'"le'1 at llls re'
ith the ; a.Vl ai"bop. f'ndcrgaat and
V Morreii nc f iIrs- Edward do
kl" tt r-t ., . ,r'' 'I vt SI'S !!'
frtu, i... ,,, nr , r, hot t.'ir.'-erW-,j,
l' ' ' It, I ..l, II"
f'OR LIFE OF CONVICT
Confession of Follow Prisoner Baals
of Sohuyler Defense,
TrtTCNTON, Sept H.-A woma.i lawyer,
fighting for the llfo of a convict In the
State Prison, who clnlmi he Is innocont
of the murder of a man In Hunterdon
County, but who was sentenced to servo
nil of his days In tho Now Jersey State
Prison here, 1ms Interested Governor
Fiolder and other prominent State ofll
Mlsa Eleanor C. Clebhardt, with office
In Newark, and daughter of William C
Gebhardt, Supreme Court Clerk, Is the at
torney, and tho convict Is .tohn 11. Schuy
lcr, w,ho was convicted In Ilundordon
County, on tony 9. 1D07, of the murder of
Manning niloy at Callfon, In January,
1007. It Is tho hoe of Stlss Gebhardt that
tho Grand Jtirywlll indict Frank Burd for
tho crlmo on tho strength of a confession
which ho Is said to liavo made September
pudlaled. Burd In now serving his Uilrd
&..'" l,,.Satfl Prl" "" under a
Vi-it",nonth ,onJnc r carrying con
hn1.MP0,!;,' Seventeen witnesses will
bo called hefdro tho Grand Jun.
siwh?n.ConMlon wns '"Mressed to the
Sheriff and read ai follows!
An long aB they all want to nut mo
way so badly, t will confess to 1 of
Si, v ronBrcloltiR. which will put mo
awfl.v, which Is n. minder which I com-
hiJ 1npn t5Tnr.s nK0' Tt ha8 "over
been found out ami I want to confess."
the confession was signed "Frank
HhiVfPMl'D;." o ,cnrncrt y the
She Iff Umt th "D" referred to Robert
ti.'v 'i '.'? n.a n Wlow-prlsoner of
"urds In tho Hunterdon jail, it was
'""tl. 0UtMby tho Sheriff that Burd 10
ferred to the Itlloy murder.
Burd later said that ho was only ro
mancing, and that he was In tho Stato
Home for Bos at Jamcsbitrg when the
crlmo was committed. Tho Sheriff, how
ever, c scovcrpil Mint ni.,,1 i,.t ....
loused from tho Jamcsburg Institution 12
days before the murder.
MANY LITIGANTS ABROAD I
Judge Bonnhvell Comments Ironi
cally on Plens for Continuance.
The number of applications for the con
tinuance of trials In the criminal branch
of tho Municipal Court, with tho war as
th" bails of tho motion, caused Judgo
Uonniwcll to remark today that the pie
valllng Idea that moat of tho American
refugees have t cached homo Is not en
tirely without doubt.
Hlnce the fall term of court began last
week many case- hav0 been postponed
on tho giounds that lawyers, litigants or
ultni'ssPB aie in Europe and have not
yet been able to get home.
Judffe Bonnlwell virtually was compelled
to .'crept the excuses, but still he waa
niihu- "Ucptlcal, stating that It would be
Inteir-uini; to hear somo of tho defend
mitt, wealthy enough to go abroad, pload
puv 't if thev should he convlctPd when
In ought to trial and fines inflicted on
AND MAKE SORE OF
YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE
Workers of Republican,
Democratic and Washing
ton Parties Eager to Make
Good Showing in the Lists.
With the exception of October 3, to
morrow Is tho last day on which votets
can qualify for tho November election,
and Republican, Ucmocratlo and Wash
ington party workers will bo In ovory
division In Philadelphia, lliglng voteis to
register In order to entltlo them to vote
Tho registrars will lt at the polling
places from 7( to 10 o'olook In the morn
ing and from to 30 o'clock In tho eve
ning. Poll tax receipts ran bo purchased
from tho rcglsltars, If the voter's name
Is oil the division asieBior's list. If It is
on a prior list he may obtain n receipt
at the tax ofTIoo lu City Hall. A poll
tax or property Ids paid at any time
sinco November 3, 1012, will qualify an
elector to register this fall.
Party enrollment Is not necessary this
fall, and Is useful only to swell the party
strength on papor, but workers of all
parties will bo at the polling places to
urge the electors to enroll when they reg
ister. Democratic leaders arc making a par
ticularly strong effort to get tho voters
of their party to register and enroll.
Approximately only 5000 Democrats icg
Istored on tho first registration day, Sep
tember 3, as compared with nearly 70,C0o
Republicans. The DNmocratlb registra
tion for tho primary election last spring
was more than 32,000, but party leaders
have been holding meetings In nearly
overy ward In Philadelphia during tho
last two weeks, In an effort to mako as
strong a showing as the Democrats made
in 1912, when Wilson received 60,')0S votes
In Philadelphia. Tho Pnlmcr-McCormlck
laguo and Chairman "B. Gordon Brom
ley, of the Democratic City Committee,
l..ra fti"fTnTilfl1 wnrl)i"a It 1ia .ii. in
get the Democratic electors to the polling
Republican leaders Iiae expressed
Mianturilt'na i O tvrtll tilrmcirl n (Hi thn 1
piilillcan roRlstiatloti of Spptcmbcr , but
!... lanitAfl mini inl H..1I ( . . 1. a..
11.1., J IOSUCU CI.IUL.K , lull HJ II1U UlVlf
of their part, and will hnr workers in
every division tomorrow in an clfort to
dupllcato tho large registration of tho
ALLENTOWN'S OLDEST VOTER
Man Wlio Helped Form Bepublican
Party In 03 Today.
AM.I5NTOWN, I'a , Sept, U.-There
was a reception today In honor of the
93d birthday anniversary of Thomas O.
UlnMiigrr, the oldest Republican and the
oldest voter In Allentown. Horn In this
city when it was a borough of less tllnn
WOO people, Mr. Ulnklngcr has lived hete
nil his life.
In 1SM, during the days of John C.
Kiemont, Mr. Olnklnger was one of tho
organizers of tho Republican party,
THREE HELD FOB HOIiD-UF
Prtaonera Charged With Robbing
Veteran of His Pension Money.
Three men accused of holding UP
Patrick Purey, CI yearn old, oMOIS Green
street, a veteran of the Civil war, were
held In $1000 ball each for rnurt todm
by Magistrate Kmely at the Tenth and
Bittlonwood streets station. They are
Daniel MrClay, of 1620 Melon Httect;
Thoinnn I'haliners, of 411 Mnrshnll street,
nnd William Qrayson, of 1611 Marshall
The hnld-iip took place last Tuesday
In davllght at Twelfth and Hamilton
stiects. Furry met the threo men In n
saloon. They asked him to tako a walk.
While one nctM as lookout, the others
nto said to hnvn thrown him to the side
walk and robbed him of $60 ho had Just
received ni pension.
PANAMA SHIPH ERE
Honolulan Brings First Passengers
Through Isthniuan Watorway.
The honor of canning the first pas
sengers through tlm Panama Canal fell
to the Amerlcnn-llawallnn steamship
Honolulan, now discharging a largo cargo
of fruit from California nt pier 34, South
Wharves. The vessel, In command of
Captain J. S. Greene, a native of this city
and a graduate of riirnid' College, ar
rived hero late Hunduy afternoon after
a voyage of 21 dan. Tho big steamship
mndo tho inn tluoiigh the canal in 0
bonis and 11 minutes.
Tho arrival of the Honolulan marks an
epoch In the history of tho pott. It Is a.
practical demonstration of what tho open
ing of the Panama Canal means to this
city. In tho S000 tons of caigo there wore
California wines, fuilts nnd canned sal
mon. No return voyage with cargo Is
scheduled to bo taken back on tho Hono
lulan, but It Is mepected that a regular
sorvlco between this poit and the Pacific
coast poits will bo established in the
All of the 14 pnsscngcts on board tho
vessel were enthusiastic over tho voy
age. They remained on dnck during the
trip through the great -waterway which
began at Balboa eaily on the morning of
September B and endod with tho steaming
into tho Atlantic Ocean at Colon in the
Among tho pusscngers weie Charles WV
Henry, of Chestnut Hill; It. C. Orr, of
Chicago; Mm. F. b'jlns Bauchle, M. A.
WHiot and C. H. liojlhart, of Now York;
Mr. and Mis. H. It. Young, of Ran Krau
i.lsco; Miss A Stccna, of Boston; Mis.
Michael MHrston, of Seattle; MIhs A.
Lord, of Albany; Mi. C. B. Batfs and
son ttdwnid, of Boston, and A. J3. Moi
rell, of Salem, Mns.
Chestnut and 12th Sts.
Autumn Opening Exhibit
MOXDdY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
September 14U1, loth and Ib'lh
Models that exemplify in every detail distinctive and exclusive
ideas of the new fashions in harmony with the
French modes, from the most ultra to
the more conservative styles.
Chestnut and 12th Sts.
Spec a Opening Prices
Women's and Misses" Tailored Suits
Suits of English mannish serge in 'ong and
deep girdle styles, trimmed with braid and
buttons; new model skirts; black and all
the new Fall colors. Value $25.00
Dressy Suits in poplin and broadcloth, in
the new Redingote style, with novel trim- g aa
ming of silk braid and buttons; plush and 0JJ
velvet collars and cuffs. Value $35.00
Copies of the latest foreign models in broad
cloth and poplin, trimmed with silk plush
or caracul; skirt cut on the most fashion
able lines; superior tailoring. Value $39.75
Special Opening Prices
Women's and Misses' Autumn Coats
Coats in loose and semi-tailored styles, of zibeline,
diagonal, broadcloth and tweed; collars of silk plush and 15,00
button-trimmed; silk-lined throughout. Value $19.75 J
Dressy Coats of cheviot and zibeline; some with velvet
collars, box-plait back and side belts; also medium-weight
mannish serge coats; silk-lined throughout. Value $35.00
CHEAPER FLOUR IS
LIKELY TO FOLLOW
DECLINE OF WHEAT
Millers Inclined to Modify
Prices Demoralization in
Grain at Opening of
CHIc'Arjo, Kept. H.-A belief that arly
peace In Kuropo was forecasted by tho
continued successes of the allies, and forc-
most receipts of tho spring wheat, caused
demoralization In wheat with tho opening
this morning. Heforo business bognu, Dc
i ember whb offered at n derllno of S'ic ,
and It opened that much lower at 1 00c.
May wn-5 down H'sc., being quoted at
MS'.Sc to l.lSc. at the fjtit.ot. Neaily all
the largo commission houses had selling
orders and tlio demand appeared to be
limited. Prices In tho Northwest were
weak. .Shipments from North Aiueilrn. for
th week amounted to ,Ztt.000 bushel.", of
which Canada contributed 2,S5 0"0 husliela.
Tho t'lilted Kingdom recrlwd 3,302,000
bushels; rrnnoc, 1,611, 000 buMiels, and Itot
toidam, Ml.OOfl bushels of tho total. Flour
millers aro Inclined to modify their prices
brpaun of the sharp break In wheat.
Iast week the mills In the Northwest
Eold nbout us much flour ns thev made.
Tho market at I-tverpool was under pros
suro also, with prices down more than
W. The United Kingdom has a plethora
of wheat. Other Importing countries are
now making Inquiry for wheat, and It Is
understood that the demand will bo
heavy. Argentine prospects ,iro said to
bo formally called by the saino author
ities. The weather there continues favor
ablo. A pinllmlnnry oflleiiil report places
tho nrea sown to wheat lu Argentine this
j ear at 15J.Ono nclra j,Rnri9t Inst year's
revised llgures of 16,"3',,000 acres. Tin
recent w,t weuther damaged the crop,
and there wns a sraicity of rood seed,
owing to the Inferior qualltv of tho Inst
crop. The lecelpts of wheat at Minneapo
lis and lJulutli today were 2017 cars,
ngalnBt 1JU2 cars a yen ngo; at Winnipeg
2U4 cars, against 1445 cars a year goj
at Chicago, 104 cars, against 94 cars n
Corn also was weak, but trade wu not
large. December opened off lc at 7ZH&,
and May down 4c at 73. The market
at I.lveipool waa heavv with free plate
offets. Plate there was down Id. There
was considerable pressure on the May
future hero became of tho lecent r-slns
which have helped tli fall feeding situa
tion. The receipts hero today were 132
Oats, too, were weak, wllh a large and
general trade pn both sides of the nmr
ket. Canada flipped 2f1,000 bushels of
oats last week. December hero opened
Uc. lower at 631c, and May down Ho.,
at lW,c. The reeolpts of oats here to
day were 234 ems.
PRINCJ GENEROUS TO FOE
Knleer's Son Returns Sword to De
fender of Longwy.
uisnt.iK. Sopt. 14.
Crown Prince Frederick William has
returned tho sword of tlio commander of
T.ongwy. at tho same time complimenting
him on his brave defense.
CAUGHT AFTER BREAKING
JEWELRY SHOP WINDOW
Watchman Confronts Thief With
Pistol nnd PoHceinnn Makes Capture
A brick oinsbed through the window of
tlm Jewel rv store of f Press Pon, at 1
South r.lghth street, this morning. Henry
Jacobs, the watchman, ran to the front of
tlio store and was surprlced to And noth
ing had been stolen, ifo suspected, how
ever, that the rno who threw th. brick
would return for booty, so Instead of
notifying the police tho watchman walled
behind tho door.
A fow minutes Inter the watchman saw
a band thrust through the hole In tho
window toward a tray of rings. Jacobs
jumped out and pointed a pistol nt the
head of the thief Pefore the man could
withdraw his hand Policeman Lyons
came up and captured the thief.
Tho prisoner was taken to the Eleventh
and Wlntor streets station. lie gave his
name ns Plumber Hullock, a negro, of
1137 Iombard street. He was held by
FIRST UNION MEN'S CELLS
Convict Ship Success Took English
Farm Laborers to Australia.
In the British convict ship Success,
now lying at the foot of Market street,
are to be seen the dingy cells In which
the men who formulated the first trade
union were sent to Australia, when It
was the British penal colony, to serve a.
fentcneo for formlngsurh an organiza
tion. Crcorg I.ovelaoe, n. fsrm laborer In
England In the early part of tho nine
teenth century, receiving tho sum of
seven shillings a ieek for his work, ap
plied with several others for an Increaj.
Instead of securing the advnnco they
wro Informed that th weekly wage
would be decreased. Thereupon Lore
lace and six friends formulated a, trad
society. They were known as the "Six
Men of Dorset." The net was consid
ered a conspiracy and the men were
transported to Australia.
After three years they were liberated
as tho result of a public demonstration
protesting against the Iniquity of their
OUR product speaks all languages
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GATCHEL and MANNING
SIXTH and CHESTNUT
roif nnwAL (7ii i
S1.50 trS8 Values at
98c to .$5
Tn. hide rompote ) i
Hcpt. i I l li f i . 'i
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STORK OI'UVS S-IO .. II. AND 1.0M:S AlHiJW P. M. :
HATS TRTMMED FRKE OF CHARGE
Market : Filbert : Eighth : Seventh
ltnvpvrn vxt iii:st oie i:vku-i riii'so vi wmnsr pitices iifth floor
nvrvhmlUe that ran b
Recurert ih any trading
11 v jv e double ones in
The Upholstery Store Transformed
With Beautiful Fall and Winter Goods
Us Formal Opennii. nr Cm taws. Portieres Manu Thinps That Will Impart Greater
Comfort and Attract iicnc.- to thr Home, Arc Offered for Your Choosing at Fair Prices
fnot'11 Tempt You to Buy.
S9 Lace Curtains, (kg Qg
Imported Irish point of fine quality, with
w ldo borders of effective cleslgns and
floral centre. 3 yairis lonff.
$12.00 Portieres, JgQ Qg
Of fine texturo ood silk, nich Interwoven
de.sijms In variety of colors.
In beautiful de.-lKns '
unci lined. I
$12 Irish Point Curtains, Jj$993
i:trn. fine point lnro. Kialmraln bolder of
rMliiisite ile-iiiH wltli iniinl (.u-liion w oi li
ll'iial ffpftH. o's j.imW loni,.
$10.00 to S1S.00 Bed Set.
$6.98 to 10.98
Mounted on flno Vrem-h cable net in beau
tiful Renalsbance, Marie Antoinette and
Arabian Uret lace, with Ide lace frame on
boilv of upread and laro centre motif.
Ilolitcr cover to match.
Extensive Line of Moquette Couch
Covers, Prayer Rugs & Table Scarfs.
Courh ("mere, .'.'S nnd J13.9S
Tia.xer ItuB-s, 3 ". if SUK Moquutte, $7.30
Sunfast Drapery Materials,
79c to $1.49
Woven on n. bl.ick warp. Variety of desir
able colore In attractive Colonial and verdure
designs; some erv pretty two-tone effects.
15 and 50 Inches wide. Estimates of Drap
erleH and all kindi of Interior Decorations
furnlnlied free of .-harge. THIRD FLOOR "
Pyo-s ; Carpets, Linoleums
Richer, llorr Beauuful Abbortmenti. Than Ever- and More of
Them. Our New Fall and Winter Stock Is Virtually Complete.
Many v ery Exceptional Values
i40 and $45 Royal
Mr Oxtl feet
truly wonilertul line of patterns and
color rombin itnns Choice Oriental ot
tccts that arc excellent copies of the on:
inal (.cine ln'iU -.rameil and eanile-.
Axminster SI Q OE! to $
-. . 11 fuot
one linn 'ud tlea m this popular
make .Many -iri i.iiiiii"s aim nic pattcrits
liicludc rich On. ntal. pretty llora! and e-
cIumvc tu-tiiii i-ttouts in all colors.
PRINTED AND INLAID LINOLEUMS
Reaulat $1 . i"l $1.25 Guide.
Silllll f ) ill, I
cash putch.i-.i' i il",ut JODO jarcU m mil n.ll ..f .cerjl very
good dc"iiii u oiullcs-, arict ot pattern m own stile and
color. Uimur ti- (. icitwidc. lulUni li.'JOU
n $4.98, $5.98 and
An Atithoritatire Presenta- U
ftow of the Snv Styles rn w
Our Owv Hatn, Also iutO fj
York and Pans Models.
Both small and larare
ahapes are the vosue.
Glycerine ostrich and
metal braids lead in trira
mlnss. Illanic, new dark
bliiMs, brow iw and greenrf
lead In color.
Tor hats nm th a tlurrt to halt
moro And other ttilea rang-
ll.IT tin r.. ..rv ti . ...1 ... ... ulinist
TTiittti i i.i inn
In the Septtmuei .sue oj (iood, Uepinauble Bed Covering
SHEETS, PILLOW & BO S; ER CASE-;
Made uf the m-ll-Uiioun Wamsutt.i alieutinn Sheets are seamless
aud Unshed with tlii.'-in-h lieius I,t includes all iz
1 lil Hliri'TS luUo TJ9u inches), Ml.
J1 Jj r.lli I'.TS liizo M09 lin-hts), .Ki,
3Si- I'll. li I'AtiKS islZrt ti$3SVs linliesi, 3flc.
f.9c Iti i.i"Ii:il l'ASi:s tbiiu i-.Z illilies). ISo,
gti i, iiii"' (!. i'(nii'oit'riii,i:N i.Js
Covered with ben quality iIriui.I ami Vei si.ui-Arnorican satine In
wanted lisht aiul il.tiit ioIuib, iillli pi i'n batlnu houUrs. rilleU ulih
pilio AUtitlii I i'nb- wool Sizu T.'vS'i in. lu"-
Tiller - iuarterrt of all fur pelts
iiiln-thir tiappeil abruiiil or m Amuii
a alii dispu6.il uf in the I.oiulou
niarlv'"! 'I hat market i . rippled bv
th Kre-it Kuropeaii outln-t and fresh
purchases of fur aro unaMiilable.
We were fortunate to secure the
egrlii delii-erg of a generous
quantity or beautiful furs, which
ire will sell at itur ruatamarif
r i.vmiiv wool. iii.vmvi:i, iviit, ?r,.i
Of flno qualnv iilnii. Iambs' nool. uu bpnol mlton uaip, with ilauiti
plnk-aud-bluo-Mi .peii i Jaiquiira bunlirn and alik birniini; Size 7iu
liuhea. Kaih pati wmm Ave pounds KIHT I't.UOH, NCHtrjI
Hut "a onI In Ihr nlr l linllrn"
rtinl the nlbo-t Mmicii .o-e ihev who
will maU ohuii eirli. iu ussort
luents aro at ihtir j f. .-i best.
$2 Sends One Home.
SI a Week Ias to. It.
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