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(VERY LED BY
ACTIVE OIL COUP
Oils of New
| Jersey and California
Make Sharp Gains.
YORK. April 29 ?Under the
hip of the oil* especially the
d group, the market con
Ita recovery of yesterday af
n. Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil of New Jersey
early gains of to 4Vfc
respectively. ai.J independ
i advanced from 1 to S points,
pendent steel 4iares were also
?0 and strong at the opening on
rther merger news. Most of the
tailroad list was fractionally bet
ter -but trading in this group was
active. The volume of sales j
paMieavy. reaching well up toward
[.000.066 shares. Bonds wsre active
ind firm. '* - I
Various influences were credited
Htjx the movement in call money
frotn per cent to 5 per cent
restcrday afternoon. The higher
aiea were the direct result of the
'ailing in of loans on a large scale
knd some of thoso making a spe
cialty of money accommodation at
ributed this calling of loan* to the
ecessities of the week and end of
he month requirements. It was
ugstested. however, that the direct
actor in causing this interval of
ension was the payment for the
Jew York City $45,000,000 /4 >4 per
ent bonds sold by the " city on
Vednesday. There was a call of
unds by the government onThurs
a> "but the amount withdrawn was
lot larue enough to cause any spe
ial disturbance in the financial
Ifeuation here. Although this ad
^?tce in call money created an ap
Htrance of temporary stringency,
Kre was no change in the time
Bney market except that the of
King* mitrht have been contracted
B a ni xlerate extent. Thirty-day
?flfsix-month money was again
^Bted at 4 V* to 4^ . per rent with
Riders more, disposed to supply
^Rrt-term requirements than the
^?ger periods. It was thought
part of the narrowing down
^?offerings of call money might
been due to the driving away
^?outside, money by the 3*-i per
^?t rate for call money prevailing
inff the greater part of the
Ralls Are Strong.
^?Vctivity and strength in many
^Kroad Issues in the past week.
^Bluding the advances in L*.ke
Hie and Western preferred and
MKeefing and Lake Erie issues
Hfctrrday aivj the continued arm
Hlation of Rutland preferred,
U ? att^i^uted tq the fact that
railroad consolidation in con
lection with" the provision of the
Imnsportation act are not in pros
Mct- The valuations of these
properties are expected to be made
the basis for the issue of. new se
Iitities. According to the last
relished statement of the Rutland
kid the surplus of that company
*$5,400,000. giving the preferred
Ock a book value of about $160,
Jjich "tt Is asserted will be sub
nntiaiW by the ^nttrstate. Com
frrce Commission valuation.
< oaalateat With Roads.
[Hagglng prices for stocks have
ban in no way inconsistent with
steadiness in investments. The
JXMUU TKIMUl'U Ji.
At a meeting of director* of
the standard National Raok
held last \\ ednc*day, James
Trimhln, Jr.. ra*h|er of that
growing young Institution, pre*
?ented his re*lgnatlon, effect |*e
May 5, In order to accept a posi
tion with Harry Wardman la
the real estate huslnesa.
Mr. Trimble has made many
warm friend* among the patrons
of the bank and other hnnlneaa
men of the city, and with this
wide acquaintance he Hill be
well equipped for hla new du
ties with Mr. Wardman who
hps. for many year*, conducted
one of the larneat and moat auc
ceaiafnl building; operation* In
It I* undemtood that promo
tion* will he made anions: the
present employe* of the bank,
and a ?ucce*?or to Mr. Trimble
will not He named at thl* time.
reaction of the past week was a
natural aftermath of the forward
movement which culminated in the
heavy trading of the week before.
This movement, while partly built
cn cheaper money, was greatly as
sisted by the noticeable improve
ment in certain lines, such as build
ing construction, railwap transpor
tation and eteel and automobile in
dustries. Conservative observers
had already pointed out that the
advance in prices discounted a
very liberal record. It was also a
question as to how far the im
provement was seasonal and spe
cial. and therefore as to how we.ll
It could be maintained. Under the
circumstances a proflt-taking reac
tion was natural.
After all. the question as to
whether stock prices have ad
vanced too far must be considered
principally in connection with
prospective profits. The latter ad
mittedly are difficult to estimate.
The Steel Corporation's quarterly
report shows that March earnings
were at a rate nearly sufficient to
cover dividends and suggests that
the corporation can cover these
charges when working at a 60 per
cent operation. Soma of the larger
independents, on the other hand,
are reported to be still ln red de
spite their greatly increased book
I-P? Wi fl.SVV >1 f*.
Waah By iad Blac 4e, 91.000 ft tl*.
Potomac Blectrle gas 8s, $I dOO at 100.
f 1.000 at 100. 91.000 at 100. 0L800 at 100.
91.000 at 100. 91.000 at 100, *1,000 at 100.
91.000 at 100.
Capital Traetlea. 10 at MH. 10 at 0*%.
10 at 00%. 10 at 00. 5 at 00%.
Natloeai Baak of Washingtoa. 10 at 190.
A mar Sac tad TniH Co.. 4 at 281.
National Union Fire Insurance. 30 at 9%.
tolumbia Till# Insurance Ca.. 100 at 5%.
Real Batata Title laauraace. 0 at 00.
Aaier Tel aad Tel 4a 04*4 0*%
Amer Tel aad Tel 4%e m% 103
Amer Tel sad Tel etl tr 5a.... 99% 90%
Aaier Tel aa4 Tel cobtI 9a.... 114% 11*
Anacostia and Potomac Ba M 00
Aaacoetta aad Pot guar 5a.... 88 90
C aad P Telephone 5a 9S
C aad P Telephone ef Va 5a.. . 03 04
Col Gas aad Blectflc 5e
roi Gaa aad Blec deb 5a
Canltal Traction B R *? ..
City aad Subnrhea 5? 83 84
'?eorgetowa Ga? let 5e 87% 03
Metrarolltaa R B Be 05
Potomac Rlectrlc 1st Sa 9.1%
Potomac Electric coaa 5a. 04%
^otomac Electric deb 8? 100
Potomac Blec Pow G-M 8a... 100 100%
r*nt Blec P G-M Nad Ref 7a... 105%
Waah. Ale* aad Mt V 8a 38
Waah. Balto aad Aa 5a.. 80%
Waahlnfton Gaa 5a 04
Waahlagtoa Gaa 7%a 104% 105%
Wa?h R.r and K!ectrlc 4a 71% 73
( Wash Ry aad Blec G-M 8s... 08%
1> C Paper Mff 6a
Riffs Realty 5a (ionf) 03
Riff* Realty 5e (abort) 08
W M Cold 8torafe 5a 00
i Amer Tel and Tel 133%
Capital Traction 08% 90%
Colombia Gaa and Electrle..!. ..
fcaatern Ligbt and Fuel
Waabinf ton Gaa *5S% &4% I
N aad W Steamboat 185 .
Waab Ry and Blec com 30 40
Waab Ry and Blec pfd.. 08% 88 Vi
Waab. Balto aad An com ..
Waali. Balto and Aa pfd
Waah Va Ry com..
Waah V? By pfd
Americaa National Rank. 150
Capital National Bank 100 310
Columbia National Bank 315
rommercial National Bank 187
District National Bank. 188 188
Far and Mech National Bank.. 333
Fedora I National Bank 175 185
Liberty National Baak 135
Lincoln National Rank 1*0
Nat Metropolitan Bank 315
Biff* National Bank 4AO
Second National Bank 145 185
Waahlnf toa 1SH 200
American Bee and Truat 281 340
Coatiaental Traat 00 94
National 8at aad Truat *382%
Uaioa Treat 118
Waah Loaa aad Truat *371 285
Commerce aad 8aeings 180
Eaat Waah Saviags Baak 14
Sec Sar aad Com Baak 208 290
Seventh Street 8a*laga Baak.. 150
Caloa Saeiag* 135
U 8 Saringa Rank 320
Waahlnf toa Mechanlca 35
Americaa Fire Inauraace..... .*225
Corcoran Fire Inaurance 100
Firemen'a Fire Inaurance 18
Nat Union Fire laauraace 7%
Columbia Title laanraace... . 5
Baa! Estate Title laauraace... 90
Col Grapbophonc <om 4%
Col Grapbo-.iboae pfd. 17
D C Paper Mff Co 75
D C Paper pfd
Greeae Caaaaea ..
Merch Traaa aad Storage 100 110
Mergenthaler Linotype 151
Old Dntcb Market com 8
Old Dntcb Market pfd..., 7
Laaaton Monotype 75 80
Security Storage * 230
Sec Stge and Safe Dep
Waah inf ton Market 30 * ..
) CHICAGO. April 2? ? Cattle?
Prime steers. $8.30*9.25; good to
| choice steers. 97a8.40; feeding steers,
i4.75a6.3S; heifers. . .6a8 ; yearling?,
fair to choice. $7a9.25; plain to choice
xteers. 95a8.75; plain to choice cows.
$4a7; canners. 92 75a3.75.
Hogs?Choice light butchers. 910.
40al0.76; medium weight butchers.
10.25al0.90; fair to fancy light. 910
al0.75; heavy butchers. 910al0.55;
heavy packing, 99.75al0.25; rouirh
packing. $9 25a9.75: pigs. 99*10.50. .
Sheep?Good to choice lambs, 912 .
*14.85; npring lambs. 918-50ol7;year
Mngs. 910al3; wethers, 88*10.2,5;
UTF1CB OF COMPTROLin OF T*B
Waab lag tea. D. C. March 18. 1933.
WHBRK A8 by aatlafactory ertdeaca pre
aaated to tke aaderalgeed. H baa keea aaade
to appear tkat STANDARD NATIONAL
BANK OF WASHINGTON, la tke "City ef
Waab lag toa. la the Dletrlct mt Columbia, baa
compiled with all the prorlaloae ef t>e
Btatntea of tbe Halted SUtea, required to ka
reaiplied with befera aa AaaaeUttoa aball ka
authorised to ceaamaaea tke baalaeaa at
Now, tberefera I, D. B. Crlsalager, Camp*
trailer of the Carreaey, do hereby certify
that STANDARD NATIONAL BANK Of
WASHINGTON, la the City of Waaklagtoa.
la tbe Diatrlct of Columbia, la autherlaed to
camsaaace the baalaeaa of baaklag aa pro
elded la Sectloa Flfty-oae Ruadred aa*
Sixty-alae ef the Baelaad SUtatea a/ tbe
Co* version ef tka Staadard Saelags Baak.
Waaklagtoa. D. O.
la teetimeay wbetoof wltaaaa my kaad aad
?aal of eClce tkie 19tk day ef March. 1922.
D. B. OBISOINOBB.
OampUaller ef tke Oenaacy.
pUBLIC interest in
this wonder of die
age continues to grow
by leaps and bounds.
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of thia to tboae inter?t
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IN LARGE EDDY
AT GREAT FALLS
Anglers Tike Specimens
I Weighing From Three
To Eight Pounds.
By DICK PBBD.
i The bis eddy below Qreat Fall*
itemi to bo full of ottflili. Re
port# from our looil ?o|l?ri Hy
many flne apeclmen* from thro* U?
eight pound* hsrs been recently
William Orlffln was one of th*
few successful anglera fdr porch
Sunday. He landed a nlco string
from the waters near Chain Bridge.
Oliver and Jacob Crone made a
trip to Che*ap*ak* B*ach r*c*ntljr
and triad their luck with little ?uc
c*u. While other *alt-water
around* ar* yielding good catche*
thl* reeort ha* *o far furnl*h*d no
A catch of tw*nty-**v*n baa* I*
reported from Oreat Fell* a few
day* ago. If th* wat*r ge.U muddy
th**e ??*port*m*n" will perhap*
?witch their actlvltle* and. hunt for
neat* of *ongblrd*. \
A* the **a*on advance* more at
tention will b* riven to per*onal
mention 6f the actlvltle* and *uc
ceaae* of angler*. Aid thl* column
by forwarding the story of your
outing. 8end In picture If poa
Teddy Strowe. displaying the
very essence of patience, sat in
front of Fletchej's Thursday from
10 until 4 o'clock and then caught
sixty-five nice perch.
Maj. Charles Walker made a big
catch of white, perch near Chain
Bridge Thursday, which he distrib
uted among his friends.
Sarasota. Fla., should prove the
haven of hook-and-line fishermen
who must work, will fish and arc
inclined to keep the Sabbath day
holy. Practically no fishing is done
on Sunday but Thursday is the
great day. Every Thiursday every
body in town goes fishing. It has
become a custom with every Inhab
itant to try his or har luck on this
particular day. Stores close and
th? whole community goes fishing
So strong is the sentiment for this j
hitherto unheard-of custom that
one is looked upon with disfavor
if he falls to close shop on "fish
ing day." One recent addition to
the business men of the town op
posed the idea so violently and
abusively that the whole town boy
cotted his store and he was com
pelled by lack of trade to close up
and go elsewhere. All aboard for
Chemicals used by the District
water officials for the purpose of
clearing the city water supply set
tled the water all right and also
settled the fate of thousands of
little stock fish hatched at the
commission building. Many of the
adult flsh used for display purposes
also died from the. same cause,
leaving the tanks with only a
limited supply for SI19.W purposes.
The Tidewater motor line contem
plates a dally service to Benedict
during the fishing season in addition
to Its regular service to Rock Point
Edward Kemper, a local angler
of fame, recently contributed a most
interesting story to Field and Stream,
in which he told of his thrills and
joys in catching a 4 H -pound small- j
mouth bass In the waters of the j
Potomac. The story was a good one; j
but pshaw! most any fellow could I
write a good story with such an in
The State of Virginia, long In
different to the threatened total de
struction of both fish and crabs, has
suddenly awakened and is now show
ing a disposition to curb the market
fishermen who have been looting her
waters for so many years.
The many local fishermen who at
various times were guests or J. B.
Crlsmond. at Aquia Creek, will be
pained to learn of the death of Mrs.
Crismond in the early days of the
Remember, fellows, you can not
legally take bass of any species
during April or until May 30 in the
District. In Maryland the season
opens June 1 and In Virginia not
until June 15.
Truth is ?ald to be stranger than
Action. Washington E. I.owe relates
an instance on a recent trip to Lake
Wawassee a famous fishing resort in
Northern Indiana. Mr. Lowe ca*t a
plug to which was attached several
prangs of hooks and on landing the
strike, was much astonished to see
three big mouth bass, totaling about
2H pounds in weight, fast to his
murderous bait. Two were caught
in the month, while the third one
had gotten in the way in the rush
to escape and was hooked through the
If you are fishing near Fletcher's,
below the Chain Bridge, pay close
attention to the signals of the men
In the. stone quarries. Otherwise
a boulder thrown up by the blast
may bring death or injury. When
the whistle blows and the fellow
In the quarry waves the red flag
get up anchors at once and row
until you are at least 200 yards up
or down stream from the. scene of
The U. S. Bureau of Fisheries has
about completed delivery of the
spring plant of trout and will ?oon
begin sending out the usual semi
annual quota of both email and
A singte haul of one of the big
sejnes down the Potomac caught
shad, white perch and baas that
sold for 92.000. Half these fish
were presumably females on the
eve of spawning and the catch wa#
a wholesale murder in Ash life.
The Potomac Anglers' Club has
secured police powers for three of
its members, who propose to vig
orously assist the locaf police in
their efforts to stop the illegal
taking of flsh in the waters of the
District of Columbia.
'BALTIMORE^ April 2 ?Poultry
?Live old hen*, lb., 27aJOo; old
rooster*. ITc; springer*. 50a60c;
White Leghorn*. 34a3Sc; young win
ters, 40a45c; large, *4aMe; duck*.
32a8?c; pigeons, pair. 45*S0c; guinea
fowl, each, 7?a7Sc: olA-' 40a4Gc.
Kffgs?Loss off. nathre anil n?arby
Hi sts. do*., 25c; Bouthoi'i. fc4c.
Kutter?Creamery. fan:y. lb.. 40a
Ou;' prints. 4?a4S<u ne?rl>y pi?ainery.
!t(!.37c: ladlea. 2ta2?c; rolls. 2IaJ3c;
store packed. 22c; dalrv prints, 22a
lie: process hunter. 24*'7c
CHILDREN CRUSADERS TO STAY
Pleaders for Release of Political Prisoners
Prepare for Prolonged Siege.
Thirty-seven wives and children
of political prisoners still In Jail,
who were refused a hearing by
President Harding at the White
House yeeterday, have "driven their
stake*," and will -'camp" in Wash
ington until the President has seen
This ultimatum.was delivered here
last night by Mrs. Kate Richards
O'Hare. leader of the crusaders,
after she made arrangements for
housing the little army of women
and children who came with her
from St. Louis to ask the President
to Brant amnesty to their husbands
Apartments have been leased here
for the band with funds generously
contributed by local sympathiser*,
and preparations have been made
for a prolonged self*.
Mrs. O'Hare is confident that the
President will see tbe leaders of her
band early this week. Secretary
Christian Informed her when she
called at the White House today
that the President wanted them to
see the Attorney General first. It
was Intimated, that the President
would give the party a hearing
after he has conferred i with At
torney General Daughtery.
If the President does not see them
by the middle of this week, a picket
of the White House and golf link*,
which he frequents. Is likely, though
Mrs. O'Hare said no definite decis
ion had been made on this point.
Thev will await developments, she
The conference of a committee
headed by Mrs. O'Hare with the
Attorney General, was barren of any
hope for Immediate action. Mr.
Daughtery saw the leaders after an
appointment had been made for
them by officials at the White
Ho a me.
They were told that ths Depart
ment of Rustics is now considering
hs cases of the forty of the 112
prisoners who hav* made applica
tion for pardons.
' Except In very "extraordinary"
oases, such as serious sickness, tbe
ease of no msn who has not made
application will be reviewed, Mr.
Daughtery emphatically stated.
Msny of the prisoners. It Is said,
are conscientiously opposed to ask
ing for amnesty.
The conference with the At
torney Oeneral lasted for nearly
half an hour. Little Helen Keller
Hicks, of Oklahoma, the youngest
?f the crussders. who has never j
seen her father, played about while
the deliberations were being con
ducted. unconscious of anything ex
cept the material elegance of tbe
LAWYERS ATTACK j
After a four-hour argument yes
terday In Criminal Court No. 1 be
fore CJilef Justice Walter I. McCoy,
the proceedings. Involving demurrers,
motions to quash, etc.. filed in the
case* of Charles W. Morse, his three
sons and others, indicted for alleged
embezzlement and conspiracy to de
fraud the United States, went, over
Attorneys for the defense centered
their attacks on the indictments on
the alleged vagueness and indefl
nfteneas of the various allegations
and overt acts contained therein.
Wilton J. Lambert, counsel for
Waadarti?Un' hlha will atart fraa
iT?Ml. lalaad atattoa. QsMa Mn
car Mw. 2:10 p. a.
Mka. Bad Trti^lt Oatiag fhab. ts
G?aa. >?k? fdrlMtk Mrert eti
liaa. at Takona Park. S p. a.
Woman"! <taj Uacola Taapla Car
gragatloaal Outre* aKtiaya li a, a..
Bpacial aarrlra. Kl-aaiaa W. W.
Khaarar . Church. Bt. Col aa ha a ( hapal.
T * p. a,
Addra... Ma4u>? Araaaaa. Matteva
Waoaa's City Clab. 9 p. a.
Maa? aaatlag. > iaaa
Addam*. Mr* Aaaot RoMaaaa. af Baa
laad: ?iartrud fear. af Uaraaar. ail
Tharaaa Pottaahar Araoold af Fraara.
Waaea'a International Laagaa for Paaca
and fnila, Now Maaoak Taapla. S
Meat lap. Royal Collage af Maaaary.
Interna tloa?al Maaoalr Federation. 1111
Nloeteaath atreat northweat. t to ? p. a.
Taa. Mra. Lyaaa B. Bworaatad aa4
rand Ma tea for office. Woaaa'a City Club,
8 p. a.
Memorial arrrlca for Dr. Haatla Capa
wall. Wllaoa NoraaJ School. 4 p. a.
Lecture. VW| M January . "The DKlae
Parpoaa." BBB Hoaaer Bulldlap. Thir
teenth aid F atreat ? northweat. 8 p. a.
Mr mortal aarrlca. Woaaa'a Oraraaaa
Barrlra Laapna. Arlington Amphltkea
tar. 1:10 p. a.
Meeting. Girt#' Friend 1/ Society.
Church oT tba Good Shepherd
Kb tine neprica. Alma* Taapla. Trinity
Dioceaan Church. Third and C atreeta
northwaat. 8 p. a., para da learea baad- 1
quartan, 711 Thlrtaanth atraat north- 1
waat. 7:13 p. a.
Iriah maattng. addraaaas b.<r Bav.
Mlchnal 0'Flanagan, rice preaident of
tha Blnn Pain. Aaatla Btaah. T. D . aad
, Stephen O'Mara aayor of Uaertct.
American Aaaoclatloo for tba Racogni- j
tha af tha Iriah Ba;?Mtc. Goasaga Hall
8 p. a.
Mow and hit song, opened the ar
gument*. Hc wan followed by Con
j rad H. Syme. counsel for William]
I W. Scott, a Washington law yer and i
I co-defendant. Counsel for George
| W. Burditt. Nehemiab Campbell. Ru
! pert M. Much. Philip Reinhardt.
Leonard D. Christie. Richard O. I
I White and Colin H. Llvlngatone, the
other co-defendants, will be heard |
SENSE OF HUMOR. *
What Is the dlfftrrncr bMwtfn
a laufh and a rallc? Why *o m
emlle with Darling and laugh > 40
the GMipi* ' *
The VlWMM la real and not
one of mrra degree artenttato aar*
a ad aelenttaU will llstaa u> a; lacf
ture on The Sarin* Hmw of Hl?
mar" 10 be give* Mm the Com
mo* Club tomorrow eve
l:M o'clock la the club'a i
hall, br Rev. Coleman
8. J- Vice praaldeat and deaa
The lecture will be lllustn
with lantera alldea Woman are
Henry Clay Browning *
Dies in Los Angeles
Diapttch?a rtwivtd Here by him
family announce the death Friday sj ?
Henry Clay Browning at lx? Angelif
Cal.. where he went several year*
ago for his health.
Mr. Brownlnjr waa born In Waah*
In*ton and waa senior member 4
Brown in* and Balne* Corporation,
coffee merchants. The body will be
brought here for Interment e*rly tbf*
Mr. Browning leaves a widow, Mrs.
Blsnche L. Browning, a daughter.
Mm. W. Vernon Richardson, and tw#
sons. Kdmond and Powell. Mi.
Browning wsi s Master Mason, a
Royal Arch Mason, snd s member
of Almas Temple Order of the Mystig
With Gift to Charity
The endowment fund of the Arm*
elated Ctaaritie* bu< been In^s^
by a jrlft of $12.^00. made t*y Jor
aeph Goldenberg. senior member of
th* firm of s department store.
Mr. GoMenberg todsy celebrate*
| his 75th birthday at his home, snj
in anticipation of the event gave the
sum s? a memorial to his wife tn
be known as thr "Rnam H. rn?ldfitj
| b- rv Endowment Fund.** The incon^
| of the fund will br available for
! the support of the family welfare
I work of the Associated Charities.
Witfc ? $100 par
choice of 42-Piece
DiBoer Set or 2A
Piece W?. Roger*
S i I t e r w arc Set
Cuk or credit.
3-PIECE OVERSTUFFED LIVING ROOM SUITE
With loose spring cushions and large massive arms Also choice of velours and tapestry. You cannot pos
sibly appreciate this suite without seeing it.
*12.00 Caaki *i?0 \*??rkly.
10 Piece Genuine Walnut Dining-Room Set
This ten-pi?c set as pictured above is in genuine American wal
nut and consists of Buffet with Mirror, large Extension Table, Glass
Door China Cabinet, Server and six Chairs, one an
Arm Chair, Brown Genuine Leather
?1? Caski KC.SU Wrrkli.
Specials From Our Rug Department
Genuine Linoleum Rugs. 6x9 ft S8.10
Genuine Linoleum Rugs, 7.6x10.6 $13 50
Grass Rugs, 6x9 $3-45
Grass Rugs, 8x10 $4.^5
Grass Rugs, 9x1.' $495
Tiger Rugs. 9x12 I16 75
Apartment Size Top leer
Like pictured above in golden
oak with galvanized shelves and abso
lutely an ice saver.
Exactly as pic
lured above with
lined food cham
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Genuine Walnut four-piece Bediooin Set exactly a* i-irtured In
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4-Piece Library Suite
Now is the time to buy that Library Suite you have so long wanted.
Pictured above is a 4-piece suite nicely finished in ma- (J/v 76
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4-Piece Duofold Suites
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For this week you can buy this complete four-piece suite at about
the same price you would ordinarily expect to pay for the duofold
alone.. It is finished in the long-wearing fumed oak. and includes a
full-size Duofold, Chair and Rocker and Library Table with massive
frames. All pieces are upholstered in Brown Imitation Leather. To
morrow the special price for this complete suite
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