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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
WILSON'S PIE LIST
WITHIN THE LIMIT
OF
.Will Name Cabinet Members
and Also Their
Coachmen.
(Continued from nrst race.)
the rrcuklcnt Is preparfil to mako new
appointments i0 tH. positions.
It will be. observed. (i) a study of
the detailed list uf tin no positions,
which la printed herewith, that they
represent an utterly lnflRnlllcn.nl pro
portion of the Hov eminent populutlon
and salary list of Washington. Kroin
either a personal or a business, view
point, tho results of lompletc Instan
taneous chanKu In all these positions
would bo ho small that the community
Would never know uii) thine had hap
pencd to It.
Has Nothing to Fear.
Tho vast body of Government em
plojes, as The Times hut heretoiore,
pointed out, have nothing to fear from
the chungo of Administration, and
Washington as a community, Interested
In tho permanence of Its population,
likewise has nothing to fur.
It Is truo that a l'resldint might re
voke tho executive oi tiers by which
many of these positions hao been
placed within the competitive classllled
service. Hut lie will not do lt. 'inat
can bo set down as ceiMln. l'or one
reason, Mr. Wilson ln'l the sort of
I'resldent to do It, anil for another, he
has been for many cirs a vice presi
dent of thu National Civil Service He
form League, which lua set Us face as
a flint against that sort of spoils 8 ucs.
manshlp. And tin re was no more (l.nty
countenanco In the aggregation than
that of Woodrovv Wilson
No, Mr. Wilson Is not going to run
amuck with the civil service, and ho
isn't going to let anjbody elso do it.
The List in Full.
Tho list of officers and employes, in
Washington, to vvhUh leleieiico has
bten made, and the salaries of the vai i
uus positions, follow
will re iloivu.
Secretary to rresltlmt
Chief clerk
Kecunl tiers.
Accountant .. .
I expert stencKnii'te'iN at
i Ufrreipon.iutta si
Disbursing; agent ..
COMMISSION eN PXl.MJMY
17.000
t, WW
i:rncir.Nv
Chairman
'i cQinmlssloiurs u,t . .
STATE DWAIITMEN r.
Secretary . .. ..
As.lstunt httrttar .
2 AsslsutiH Se-ireurlrs at
Counselor
lUitMenl diplomatic oiTUer
Bollcltor
4 assistant solicitors at
Private srcretiir)' to heireUr)
Clerk tu secretarj
4 private fceertlurles to AmUUM Sec
retaries at
TKUAHL'IIY I)i:i'ABTME.T.
Secretary
5 Assistant Seer, turle ut
Comptroller ot thn Iteusur)
Assistant Comptroller o. the Treas
ury Comptroller of the eurnric
Deputy ComptrolUr ol ihij I'urrcne,..,
Deputy Comptroller nf the t'urrtfncy .,
510,100
b.WO
i:.ooj
5.WAI
ASM)
".See)
WW
3 uji
S.SJO
1,HW
J12.M-1
!i,Wl
6.OU0
i.'JV
3.1'X)
3.U0D
4HX
Auditor for the Tnasurv l)iartirienl
Auditor for the War Department 4 two
Auditor for thu Interior 1). iiartuient,
4,tW
4,0w
Auditor for the Navy Depurtment . . .
Auditor for tho State anl other De
partments Auditor fur thu 1'oitofTlce liipaumrnt..
Treasurer of the t'nltid fctstci
Assistant Treasurer of the United
States . . ..
Register of lha TTfiuurj .. ..
Commissioner of Jntirn.il Revenue
Deputy Commissioner of Internal Hev
enua ... . ..
Deputy Commissioner of Internal Itev
er.ue. ..
Director of thu Mint
Clerk to the Secretary
Executive cleric ., ..
2 private secretaries to Asdlslant Sec
retaries . . .
1 private secretary to Assistant Sec
retary Drivers of corrUses ..
WAlt DEPARTMENT.
Secretary
Assistant Secretary
Private secretary to Secretary ,
cierk to Assistant s.rri-iry
lw officer, Bureau of Insular Affairs.
DEI'AIITMUNT UP JfhTICB.
Attorney Oenenil
Solicitor General . .
4.0(0
6,lHi0
l.,C00
3.S00
4.CO
6,1am
4.W0
3. COO
C,ul
I'.SW
:,4x
I.SOO
ill.Oft)
t.coo
: 5oo
a.
4.S0)
112.000
lo.ono
7,000
6,000
c.ooo
COOO
Assistant to Attorney Central ,
7 Assistant Attorney (i-norn! ut
HollCllor. Tnosur Dflurtintnt
Bollcttor of Internal iteeiiui'
Bo llcltor. Deportmentiil of f mimerca
and Labor ....
J attornes at ... .
2 atturnea and 1 assistant attorney at
11 attorneys and 1 asiUtunl attorney at
1 atorney .. , ,
2 assistant nttrnes at ....
assistant attornevs at .,
1 assistant attorney at
i assistant attorney ut
1 special attorney (pd
2 special attorney at (pd)
Assistant solicitor, Trrasur Detri
ment ....
Assistant solocltnr, lM'ttr.mrnt of
Commerce and Labor . .,
1 chief examiner..
3 examiners at ",,
4 examiners at
1 examiners at
3 examiners nt
X special examiner "t
special examiner
special examiner ,,
4 special usslstunt iittornfs ut ..
2 special asAlntant attnrnev. ut '.
1 special esxlstant nttrneM at
u special nssNIunt atortuvs ut
2 special nrelstant nttornrn at
1 special iisslstant utt.-rm j
1 speclsl ssslMuni attorney ',,
3 special assistant attorn '
Cl'HTGMS DIVISION
Assistant Attnrnej (Jen rnl
Depn'y Asslstam Atlomev (leneral .
- atornejs at
1 atorney at
& special uttoin.'M. iui-1 u.unsrllors
at law at
1 apccltl altorne anl munnciior
at law
J special Attorney and eounllor
at l.iv
nperlal attorn and elil.-t iierk
PO.TOlTiri: DKPAIITMUNT
Postmaster 'leneial
4 Asslstnnt 1'ot.tiuasters (lenetal at
run basing.- aaent
Assistant altorn'- freneril
Private teuetnrs- to ine Pominaster
r.eneral
Chief Inspevtur
NAVY Dt:PAHTMKST.
Secretary
Asslstnnt Secretary
Private seerelaiv to secret tr
J'rlvate serrelaiy to .Velmunn Sec
tary .
INTKHIOIt DEPARTMENT.
Perretarv
First Assistant Sereturv .
Assistant Seuetarv
t'nmmlssloner (lenerul yin. oftice
"nmmti'l'ner Indlin Affairs
Conunlsslont r rntrntu
n.dfm
3.7:0
f 12 000
t.lw
$12f-Vt
. ..
J.O-fl
MNV)
ft .v
OtiyOn 'BROMO OinNINX, that b
Laxative Bromo Quinine
Curat a Cold In Om Dty, Crip" 2 Day
E.COO
SWA
r.,000
f.,000
t.OM
7.500
s.tuo
.:&
3. coo
;,t:o
4 .VlO
3.f.0)
.i.ino
3.600
4, (
4,000
6.000
i'.r.ro
2,750
r..(W)
a.i
2.7M
2,r.o)
.2..T.0
2.OU0
l.soo
i.soo
l.soo
1.0M
3.000
3 examiners In chief, Potent Olllco at'
""iruer ui uresis, vvsshinaton. D C.
teals er of Wills, Washington. D. C ..
Superintendent. Capitol llulldlnxs and
Urounds
Private secretary to Secretary!.!'.!.!!'.'.
Asslstsnt to Kciretary
Asitant Attorney General
r irst ass slant nMn,ii'
2 asslnant nttornevs at .... !!'.!..!.!
; -I.T1 .mm attorneys at
J assistant nttnrney nt
10 nsstitant attornevs at
l rivals secretary to Commissioner. In
dian Affairs
I mate secretary to Commissioner of
Patents
'.'I'.T secretary to Director. Ilurenu
of Mines
Private secretary to Director, (leologl
cal Survey .
Specialist In hliihtr education, llureau
of Ulucatlnn
Chief u. officer llcclimullnn Service'
i,!X
DEPARTMENT OP AORICULTtlRP.
Secretary U2.MK)
Assistant Setrttur r. rvm
Chief, Weithtr Rurctu 6,008
iTivuie secretary to Secretary 2.0"O
Executive clerk 2.J50
Private secretary to Assistant Secre
tary t.coo
DEPARTMENT OP COMMERCE. AND
LAIlOR.
Secretory i:.0OA
Asslstunt Secretary ..' ri.ooj
(omnilssloner of Corporations r.oo
ommlsslonir of Labor r.,Ono
t omnilssloner of Llahthouses
r.,(
7,000
1. 0)0
cirecior or me t.vnsus
Assistant Director of the Census
Superintendent. Coant and Geodetic
Survey
Supervising lneix-ctor General. Steam
boat Insp. Serv.
Commissioner of fisheries
Commissioner of Navigation
CommlMloner General of Immigration.
Assistant Commissioner General or Im
migration Director, llureau of Standards
Private Ks-reinry to Secretary
Private secretary to Assistant Secre
tary Clerk to Commissioner of Corporations
Private secretary to Director or the
Census
CIVIL SKIIV1CE COMMISSION.
President of the Commission
Two Commissioners nl
Chief Examiner
Secretary
6,000
4.0O1
6.O0)
4.000
S.OUO
3.500
n.eno
2.500
I.loO
I.MM
:.:m
II .'.on
4.O0O
3.0 s)
&U0
GOVERNMENT PltlNTINO OI'PICE
Public Printer . titia
INTERSTATE COMMERCK CO.MMISHliiv
r.-.rn loiiiniispioners at . . .
Civic f locomotive boiler inspector..
Klvc confidential clerks
Solicitor
One uttornev
Three attorneys at
One attorney
Ten nttornes at
One nttornev
Two attornevs nt
One attorney
110.101
4.100
2.400
6.OO0
3!
3. .'10
2, .'ii
3,t00
3 I
:t,io
2.400
PRESIDENTS' HOME
SUBJECT OF TALK
Mrs. Abbey Baker, Historical Au
thor, Will Lecture on the
White House.
Mrs. Abbey Gunn lUkor, prominent
In this city as an historical author,
will deliver un uddies.1 tonight be
fore the Columbia Illstorlcul starlet)
on 'The Kiertlon of the White Iloiis
and Subsequent Altetatlous.' The no
ddy will meet In tho rooms of the
Washington Club, 1710 I street north
west. Mrs. Daker hits for several )cars
been In ehurgc of the collection of
Presidential china In tho White House
and during that time has made a so
cial study uf the White House ltelf.
The various alterations and additions
have all been Investigated by her.
In her paper to be read tomorrow Mrs
Hukcr will begin with the building of
the White Ilou In 1731 and the events
which led tip to the selection of the
Dlsttlct ns the eeat of government. She
will show thttt no change wus made un
til the White House vvaa burned by the
llrltlsh n 1SH, when tho whole mansion
had to bo rebuilt
After rebuilding the mansion no
change was made until President Hoosc
velt came Into office, at which time the
wholo Interior of tho House wus
changed und redecorated. Since Roose
velt's regime no change has been made.
Owing to her position as custodian of
the Presidential china, Mrs. IJ.tker has
hail opportunities to get together most
interesting fnett In regard to the nlle
House, which Is expected to mako
paper most attractive.
her
i:czi:ma cuititn in 10 to ao n.iv.
The Paris Medicine Co . ::i Tine Btreft, St, I
Louis, Mo., manufacturers of laxative Ilromo
Qulnlns, have a new and wonderful discovery
OltOVB'S 8A-NAIIB CTTlH. which they
guarantee to cure any caw uf KCZEMA, no
matter of how Jong standing. In 10 to 30
dajs. and will refund money If It falls
OUOVIVS KA-NAlti: Cl'TIKIs perfectly clean
snj dots not stsln. If vour druggist hsan t
It. send us tXc and It will be sent y mall.
Let Me lure Your iJEC
of RHEUMATISM rULE
I tojk my nwn rnMlclm' It pinnanntH
cure.l tin rln uinatlun ultr I tiiul nifff i 1
tortun. lor ihiri irn I epenl Jjo ()y)
Utorcr I tllvv.oM.rvd ihn ifi.iMv ittit um 1
mo but 111 fib'' ' u the Uelll uf tn
cxpcrlcnco for nuthlriR
If ou biiffor Tt nut rheumnlUm 1ft ut
t .. rr.iA 1)i .11 l ei ml un v mnii I v. unt
I .,..! .. i tu i.iu I mil mi I i i n f.tr iiir
elf what II will ilo 'Hip plLtuM- atiowH how
I Buffercl Muvtx u ate nufTiMlnK the tumr
H) lm'l Yiu ilonl neI to l'e it
the renietU that will iur vou anl It's un
r.ir tho mklnK rlh int t-H.uy H T
Dflnno Dep t 6 K, D Inno IUUk sjrunuio
New 'ork uinl 1 11 f!."! "" a freo puekmfe
ihi er il.iv 1 eft wur Ifttrr
t "inmUsloner, I'enrlons
(ominlssloner. Education
Director, (letilosjiral Survey
Director, Reclamation Scrvlee . . .
Director, llureau of Mines .. . .
fr.,nnt t'ommlssliiner, (lenerul Lund
Office
Asalitant Commissioner Indian Afr'a'lrs
seiond Assistant CointnlMloner. Indian
AITalrs ....
!i' Assistant t'omndtsloner" "of
Patents ,.
Assistant Commissioner of Patents '.'. ',
DetiUtv Cninnil.i4f.. ..r it...i...
3,000 HSH'vHH M
''"'"" W t4isisisisfl P
roA HKsl3ifiHHjr . iB !
:!ooo iiiiigBiliHHBXrallH I
1,800 BWMMialWtWE!lfcialWilW !
i.roo sssiw ,.iu. . mvwTijmm
.ceo HT .mSPlK-JiSSi
3M Kjfcr0 t,
A GENUINE TREAT
MM I ED'C livery ineml.er ft r ho fiun-
IlllLLtn J I II v "ill siilov Krl.l.lle cakrs
., . . ma.le of MII.I.IIHH I
ucn tauiug ,i.ii,r hwckwheu anil S.OIII!
Buckwheat m'Vuxuk Hhtn suu vr"0'
44) At 5 our crctct-r N ronaumcri oupplioJ
B. B. EARNSIIAW & BRO '
NVkolcsalera. Ulh and M bin. h. U.
FIVE IEET DEATH
AS
E
E
Two Passengers Were Run
ning at Terrific Rate
of Speed.
HAI.Kiail, N. C, Nov. 19. l'Mvc per
sons were killed and nearly n dozen In-
Jttied In a head-on collision of two Sea
board Air Line fast expiets tmlns near
Clranlte, N. C, larly today.
The. .lead are
W. A. IWl&ON. engineer, of Halclgh.
H. J. OltAY, colored llremnn.
C. II. m:CKHAM, engineer, of Ha
lelgh. JA.MHS Itt'lTIN, colored fireman.
O. V. 1'ltlDDY, express messenger,
Iloyklns, Vn.
Tho Injured arc:
J, T. Uryant and Al Mears, baggage
maateis.
It. Coales, etpress messenger, leg
btnkcn, Itlchmolitl.
CI. O. Shannonhouse, conductor, Rich
mond. W, 1J. Tillman, conductor, Richmond.
Running at High Speed.
North bound train, No. SI, with Hn
Sinter C. II. lieckham, was running at
a high speed, trying to make up nearly
an hour's dela), when It crashed Into
southbound train. No. 81. Ilulh trains,
heavy with pussengcis, were running
forty or fifty miles un hour. The shock
of their Impact tore up severul hundred
)ards of track, snapped off telegraph
Pules and sulatcd the scene of the
wreck. Meanwhile tho wreckage caught
lire
und tho bodies of the engineers and
their llremen were Incinerated. It was
several hours before communication was
restored and help summoned.
Advices here were meager, but It was
assumed thut confusion In unh-rt for
.t freight train caused the collision
The two trulns urn among thu heaviest
operated by the Seaboard line, drawn
by thi' latest t.vpe of locomotives and
currying Pullmans and dlnets en route
between Jacksonville, fin , and New
York.
Rescue Trains Rushed Out.
Special rescue trains were Immediate
ly lushed from Raleigh and Richmond.
Telephone reports here say that 11 sur
prising!) snmll number of the passen
gers rccclvi'd Injuries, and theso onl.,
slight bruises und contusions
The fact thut both ttalns cirrled In
the fiuwitrd part of their make-up an
express car and dim r, undoubtedly
saved the llvis of scores of p.iss.-ngers
The first few- ears behind the engines
on both ttalns were llteially spllnteied
around the trark.
The northbound train was crowded
with passengers who were In Raleigh
last night to attend William J Hr) nil's
lecture. The I'otnmoner expected to
leave for Savannah on the southbound
train that collided
Shortlv before noon n telephone mes
sage from (Iranlte snld that nono of
the Injured passengers would die, nl
though probably two-score weie suf
fering from Injuries.
Official Report Not Made.
Seaboard Air Line officials had not
received any official report on the wreck
up to noon The Impression here was
that Rnglmor Ilcckham. of the north
bound train, saw the freight train on a
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I 8th & Shepherd Sts. N. W. j
H S. E. Corner. Hirst Time Offered. U
I: Finest Houses Ever Offered in Tins Section for s4,3 7-.
j! FOUR SOLD AND TWO LEFT.
Colonial design with
steps; seven rooms, tiled bath, concrete cellar under
entire house; line hot-water heating plant; laundr),
servants' toilet; double rear porch; combination gab
and electric fixtures, gas log.
Take any 9th street car to 7th and Shepherd
streets northwest, and walk east one square. Come
out Sunday or any evening. Open and Lighted until jj
9 P. M.
H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO. S
1324 F Street Northwest
ltttttmttmKlt:ttm:ttn3tttmtntHt"t?mt,
siding near Ornnlte, and sped past It,
under tho belief that the freight was
the southbound passenger train which
lie regularly pnssed at Granite, but they
know nothing else.
Tho number of badly hurt passengers
Is surprisingly few. One of the Inci
dents glowing out of the wreck Is that
It follows the lectin o of William Jen
nlngs Hi Jim hern last night In the In
terest of the city hospital. An ovet
whelming crowd altenrtetl. The train
that wus to have taken Hr)an to Ha
annult tonight crushed into the north
bound, and the two lllled the hospital
for which llryan spoke with the wound
ed. Not 11 passenger wns killed It up
pcniH now, though two score were In
jured enough to need treatment, Tho
doctors think uono will tile.
PROGRESSIVES MAY
HELP DEMOCRATS
Bacon Expected to Be Chosen
Senate's President Pro
Tempore.
Senate Democrats express confidence
that enough Progressives In the Sen
nto will unite with tho Demucruts to
bilng about tho election of Senator Hil
ton of fJcorgU as President pro tem
pore this session.
Owing to tho fact the progressive He
publicans would not support Senator
(lalllngcr for President pro tempore
there has been a deadlock over this
matter for muny months.
Negotiations lor u coalition between
Democrat and Progressives have been
on, and promise to bo successful. Tho
Progressives desire larger representa
tion on the Finance Committee after
Murch 4, and It Is Intimated that some
of them sew 11 way to achieve this by
helping out the Di moernts In the mat
ter of the President pro tempore this
winter.
A WARNING TO MANY
Some Interesting Facts Regarding
Health Statistics
Kevv people realize to what extent
their health depends upon the condi
tion of the kidneys.
The phrslil.in In nearly all cases nt
serious Illness, makes a chemical mi
ni). Is of the patient's unrlne. He
knows that unless the kldm-ys uro do
Ing their work prop, rl), the othi r 11
guns 1'itnnot tie brought back to heaith
und strength
When tin- kltltii-) h ate neglected or
abused in any wu,,, seilous results tin
sup to follow. Aeiordliig to htaltn
stat'stlis. llrlght s ills, .isi , vvhicn Is
1 1 all) in advanced form of kldne) trim
ble. caused 111 .til) ten thousand deaths
In 101O In the .state of New V. ork alone
Tl.crifole, It Inboovis Uri to pav Mini'
attcntliii to the health of these 11m
Important organs
An Idea! In ibartnnipouml that liar
hud reinaikable sutciss as a kn'm
reined) Is l)r Kilmers Swamp-Runt,
the great Kldne), I.lvcr und Il.uctlei
R llledv
The m'.ld and h tiling sniluencn of th
prepaniilon Is soon re-.tllzul. it stun 1
tho lilt;;. est fur ts leiuuikuble record o.
cures
It vou feel that niir Kldne)s reitili
nttiiitlon, and wish a sample lint 1 1,
write to I)r Kilmer & Co, liiuL-huiut m
N. Y Mention this tuner 'ind they w'll
gladly forv. ird It to .vou ubulut ly
fn i', by mull
1 Swamp-Root ts sold b) every druggist
In hollies of two sizes rA and SI "
cement platform porch and
r
HECHT & CO.
Floor Sample Furniture Sale
We Are Moving Into Our Annex and Have Only 10 Days
in Which to Clear All Furniture Samples From Our Floor
The variety of pieces affected by this movement
makes it possible to furnish any room in the house at
savings that cannot be had at any other time. Remem
ber, this is a sale of floor samples, so there's only one
of a kind to be had.
Samples of Dining Room Furniture
Note these values in
Dining Room Furniture,
which are among the
strongest features of our
stock reducing sale. Can
you equal
them? Hard
ly, outside of
this store.
You won't need to he
coaxed into Inning our
Dining Room Furniture
after you see theNe superb
satnple. There's a style
for even f.incv.
This Beautiful 01 At
$30 Brass Bed Outfit, $L 1 .4 J
$8.75 Pays For This
Cozy
A Moat Convenient Thing An
5wTix3SiiiMi)arn.
TJTTrWlCS9
JL JL 513-5I5-5J7 7th Street
513-515-517 7th Street.
fag" , -niiirSBslillllimW' Zt
7TPtsii ii siiiWsT MI . 11 -rir
EWUs i vr i. u ii ft i T-iir r-i nnnnvH!M m rm vi nw mir
J h 1 WV lislW1'! M"l tW
3 ftdWBBfliio-
.No
This Is our nffer
1 All-Hrass lli-il
1 Weiveii-vvlre Sprlnc
1 t'oiublnatlon l'e. It
Slattre-s.'
The liej Is made with
111 VY CuNTlNI'eil'S
S-Ini Ii I" "is. with 11 1111
eiM it In .ul anil foul, ull
imt.il vepilni; mill a sanl
tmv iiuittresH A I lull
(oniMn.itlnn, sure tu
pie use .vou rinNh t.uar
ititeeil not tu tarnish.
(Mie n
.reU
inn. i
I'a the
- Corner Outfit
(Just Like Picture.)
It consists of one Dropslile, Steel
ipr rK Couch, a Uai.ilsome Ori
ental Strlpeil Couch Cove i anil .1
l.arce I'lllovv In mattli The Coueli
alone Is worth the prlee of the en
in i outfit.
nnil
No Cash
Down
25c a Week
Account at
HECHT & CO.
This sale comes right in the nick of time to help you
in brightening up your home for Thanksgiving. You
choose from the best furniture in the land, priced all in
your favor, and all the CREDIT you want FREE AS
THE AIR YOU BREATHE besides, THERE'S NO
CASH PAYMENT REQUIRED.
This 100-Piece
China Dinner Set
$7.85
A rompleto Fet for n
I.iru fnmtl. Full lf
l.ti'f of thin Fine Quality
Cliliia. in new tlcpltniH, and
hundfrotnt'lj decorated w'tn
tloral tUHlKns and m1kh of
old. It a the china bc liga
tion of the enr an op
poitunlty iou can' I uffurd
to mlfB,
(nub l)nn. 77ir n crk.
Pianos Must Be Moved, Too
Floor samples In the Plnno Depiirt incut inii( Ijo (INjiosed of at once,
prior to Hie reiirrniiRomi'iit ami rt-nioiul of certain departments In our
miiKiiIilcent annex. V.xvry piano U from our recular stock, nuikes for
i Iilcli m are the Washlncton aKont-, nnd other tliaii the cases the)
are as pood as ne. We are uolnp to i.ell them on TKN HAYS' KHKK
TltHL Ml CASH l'AYMKYl' I)0. $1.00 A VTA'Ai (lit $1.00 V
3I0M1C.
This Piano, $187.50
Regular Price, $250.00.
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( over or senrf
$187.50
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Other Pianos in the
Sale: One $350.00
Cable & Sons' Piano,
$250.00; and Two
$225.00 Corns tock
Pianos, each $174.00.
A Host
513-515-517 7th Street.
in the Sale
You'll surely want to
dress the dining room up
for Thanksgiving. How?
Your answer is HERE and
NOW. You couldn't pos
sibly b e
offered a
g r e a ter
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nity. FREE
A Pretty Artificial Fern
and Hammered-brass Fern
Dish with every piece of
Dining Room Furniture
purchased this week.
This Sunerb 5-Piece Parlor Suite
$23.75
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vA'hnt CiilJ lie r.rottler thnn n First-class
IMrlyr Suite' llcre'H one that's a beauty. Five
pieces. e'onnistlriK or Sofa. 2 Armchairs, Rlrln
Chair .mil Uuclcr Mnslve, hlRhly iiollahed
frames, uphulsteieil seata unel bucks covered
with best quality veluur.
V i'unh Down. T.le a Week.
This Piano, $98
Regular Price, $198.00
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