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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 27. 1917
1 LETTERS USED
j Against woman
er Greatest Regret She Had
! fjSot Made Good Wife.
rsi I)e Saulles's Letters Praise
' Husband's Qualities.
EFUSED TO LIVE WITH HIM?
onced Her Feet Off" When
Heart Was Broken.
husband abgard a yacht wth the Duke
of Manchester, surrounded with a
"bevy of Broadway's choicest beau
ties," came into the examination at
Made $50,000 on Horse Deal.
rM vnn not know that Mr. De
Saulles was then associated with the
4i, in a on I rn furnish horses to the
j allied governments and in which your
husband cleaned up sou.uuu: acu
Another letter was read in which
Mrs. De Saulles begged her husband's
forgiveness for "spending so absurdly
"I'll never do it again." she wrote.
"You have worked so hard and de
serve success" another part of the
"Did you mean that?"
'I thought then that he was work
ing hard." was the answer. Mrs. De
Saulles testified that she was "very
unhappy" and "very hurt" over an in
cident in London when De Saulles
would not permit her to stay at the
same hotel where he was stopping.
"But you said nothing of that in
this letter, did you?" . asked Mr.
Weeks. He had just read another
letter written to her husband in which
words of affection were repeated.
Dances With Broken Heart?
"My ' heart was broken when I
wrote that letter, but I would not
tell him so," replied the witness.
A portion of this letter told of a
dance Mrs. De Saulles had attended.
She said she had danced until she
"had no feet left to stand on."
"You had a good time at that
dance?" asked Weeks.
"You can dance with your feet,
even though your heart is broken,"
answered Mrs. De Saulles.
In another part of the letter the de
fendant wrote that at the dancing
party "some of those funny cock
tails that taste like dirty water, and
look like diluted milk" had been or
dered for her.
Went Home to Chile.
"One can smile with a broken
heart," was Mrs. De Saulles's answer
to another question by Attorney
PLAY WITH DEAD
Soldiers Throw Human Limbs I
at Each Other in France!
a Lie," Retort When
; Her Love Was Questioned.
i Mjieola, Nov. 27. A letter in which
te defendant told her husband that
1 wis "the greatest regret of her
) te'f? that she had not be.en "able
n?ake him a good wife," was read
l tfce record today, during the cross
- xaBiination .of Mrs. Bianca De Saul
fs, Vho is on trial in supreme court
uerav charged witn murdering her
j lviijrced husband. John L. De Saul
!', ft his Lend Island home the night
4 AtiguVt 3. 'There were indications
harf-'this letter. will be used by the at
onteys fur the prosecution in their
Kempt to break down the story of
i indifferent neglect" on the part of
ier Biusband tnld in direct examina
; ionSy the young Chilean woman yes
ionuiv The letter was written while
1rfcle Saulles was on a ship bounai weeks regarding the love letters to
, 'or iChile to visit relatives in the ; her husband.
prtpg of 1916, prior to the granting "But were your words of love for
: 'f her divorce decree. At that time, your husband sincere did you mean
i he -jvltness said "she felt that her them?" interrupted Justice Manning,
i narwied life was ended morally." j "I did." replied t' r witness.
I t, Made Her Believe It. ' While en route to Chile for a visit
! Hfrs. De Saulles countered her ad-I h relatives, Mrs. De Saulles testi
'mi.sn that she wrote the letter, ! "d that sne believed her married life
,avma "she was to blame, for every- i wf at an end morally,
hinit" bv stating "De Saulles always! lou will pa on me for putting the
made me believe that I was at fault." nuestion directly, but do you mean
i In' his questioning District Attor- that you intended you would never
neyi-harles K. Weeks, delved apolo- asrain lre together as man and wife?'
-tetiSuiv into intimate subjects relat- , 1 thought that if I was leaving him
initio Mrs. De Saulles' .nartall tela- 1 wul1 m,t- was "Le reply
tjonJ . I Attorney Weeks, then read a letter
f "hi it not a fact after the birth of ! written by Mrs. De saulles to her hus
'vouf son you refused to live with ! hand while on board ship en route to
lohlt De Saulles as man and wife ?" -"th America. In this she wrote that
waslone of his interrogations. sh knew she had not been a good
The w tness said this was not true. ! """ "" "ul- sue iiopeu ne
That Is Story Fostoria Man
Has Been Telling.
GOVERNMENT ARRESTS HIM
William Hart Claimed He Was
He Says He Served in Trenches
With Canadian Unit.
v BUYING ELSEWHERE DURING THIS SALE SIMPLY MEANS PAYING MORE
! "CUd you not tell an intimate wo
man, friend that you did not care who
your husband went around with as
i lontf" as he stayed away from you?"
i ask 1 Week
'"fhjt is a lie," was Mrs. De Saul-
y She Ku fferr cl In SI lencc.
tiier letters purporting to show
she 'was living in a Htate of domestic
tranquility prior to the time she
seciijed a divorce were read. In one
of (fcese Mrs. Le Saulles urKed her
huxUund to "set an appointment as
minister to London." She was in Lon
don kt that time-.fthe akl. - In answer
to another Question the witness said
t-he "had a pretty pood time there."
In the midst of Week's questioning
Mrs. Ie SauHes interrupted to say "I
never wrote a letter or said anything
to anyone letting- them know I was
anything but extremely happy."
"Whether you were or not?" asked
"Yes. your honor," answered Mrs.
De Saulles. ':
"If you don't trust me, at least give
me credit for having a good head I
am very careful with the invitations I
accept; and know, when I can go out
with a man."
"Have you found any one prettier
than your baby girl?" Mrs. De Saulles
asked her husband in another, letter, j
It continued: j
l nave nui lounu anyone i couiu
place in the same sphere with you,
darling boy I have seen no one as
handsome, as sweet and as manly as
Believed in Fluttering Him.
"Did you think all these things
about your husband that he was
.manly when you wrote that?" asked
"I thought the best way to hold a
husband was to flatter him to death,"
was the answer.
"Your answer is hardly responsive,"
interrupted Judge Manning. "Do you
wish the jury to understand that you
were not sincere in those statements?"
"I flattered him. in an effort to hold
him." aid Mrs. De Saulles.
the success which he
"Did you mean that?' asked Weeks.
"He had always made me believe
that I was to blame for everthing,"
was the reply.
That's a Ue," Her Retort.
"My duty demands that I ask this
question." said the attorney.
"Is it not a fact that after the birth
of your son that you did not live with
John de Saulles as man and wife?
"Did you not tell a woman friend
that you did not care who Jack went
aroand -ttttth aa long as :h. stayed
away frorrf you?" was the next ques
"That is a lie,' answered the de
Weeks exhibited a copy of another
letter, written by De Saulles to his
wife, in which he said:
"Not only ha . e you refused to live
with me for the last four years, but
you seem to glory in the fact." He
"You have about reached the end
of your tether with my patience." He
admonished her "to turn over a new
Attorney Makes Her Tired.
ai xnis point a juror yawned so
loudly that Mr. Weeks turned to the
Justice and said,:
"The jury seems to be tired
"You can't blame the jury anyone
would be tiredV' interjected Mrs. De
Saulles in a tone scarcely audible to
Attorney weeks and Justice Manning.
"You mean that I am tiresome'
"Yes," answered the witness.
The attorney then assured the de
fendant he was asking her questions
oecause it was his clutv to do sn
whereupon Mrs. De Saulles said she
meant no disrespect,
The little Chilean's declaration that
she could remember nothing of the
actual Killing was stronelv attacked
ueiaus oi ner five-hour story of De
Saulles's neglect and abuse were also
Blood curdling stories of life in the j
trenches, alleged to have been told by j
William Hart of Fostoria, Kan., j
caused the young man's arrest at the
Union Pacific depot at 11:30 o'clock I
this morning. Hart was arrested by j
Otiio M. Wood. United States marshal.
on a warrant charging him with in-
terfering with the organization of
United States military forces.
Hart is a voung man, no more than
23 or 14 years old. He claims that
he hs returned from the trenches,
where he served with the Canadian
forces Speeches delivered in Kansas
were for the purpose of promoting
enlistments in this country. Hart de
clared when arrested, it is said.
Uncle Sam, however, doesn't thin!:
much of the enlistment stimulants al
leged to have been given to the peo
nle of Kansas bv voung Hart. In a
lecture delivered at Solomon, Hart is
charged with telling of soldiers throw
ing arms and legs of dead men at each
other in a friendly game on No Man's
land. Then he is charged with telling
the residents of the peaceful village
of poor food furnished in the trenches,
of the soldiers eating human flesh and
of rats eating soldiers before they
"That s all we have about him now,"
said C. C. Jackson, a deputy marshal.
We don't know what else the dis
trict attorney's office may have on
Hart, according to officials, learned
that the government was looking for
him and came to Topeka, voluntarily.
He was met at the depot by United
States Marshal Wood.
Hart was arraigned this afternoon
before Frank Campbell, United States
commissioner. His hearing was eet
for 2 o'clock Friday afternoon.
"Hart stated that he had made the
speeches to stimulate interest in re
cruiting, arouse patriotism and stimu
late the preparedness propaganda,"
Isador Scrinopskie Offers His Entire Clothing and Shoe Stock, Located at 526 Kansas Avenue
To the Buying Public of Topeka and Surrounding Country
This Sale Means a Chance to Buy New, Up-to-the-Minute Overcoats, Suits, Odd Trousers, Shoes, Rubber Footwear, Shirts, Under-
, wear, Overalls, Trunks, Suit Cases and Traveling Bags, at
LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' COST
Mrs. De Saulles's story of seeing her deeply probed, in an effort to prove
Have Your Appearance
Right For Thanksgiving
It is strange that such a little thing
as a tie can make such a difference in a
We have just received a large assort
ment of Cheney Silk Ties
50 Cents to $1.00
SPECIAL SALE ON
for this week. Buy
.r now and save at
WHY PAY MORE?
r TMt MEW
that the man's loves with other
women did not affect his wife's mind.
as she declares.
There was a rush for front seats
when the court riom doors opened to
day. Mrs. de Saulles then told what she
claimed she could remember of the
five-mile trip from her home to that
of her former husband.
"I Was Stunned."
"When I entered the house, I saw
Baby coming" down the, stairs with
Caroline (Mrs. de Gtner),'1 she con
tinued. "I war.ted to take him and
run. Then Julius (De Saulles's valet)
arrived. I think I asked him, 'Where
is' X)e Saulles?' Then he appeared.
I said, 'I think it pretty mean of you
to keep Baby away from me.' I don't
know what he said. I said, I have
come to take him home with me. He
1 oked at me. He said, 'You can't
have him you never can have him.'
"I think I was stunned then," con
tinu d the witness, after a long pause.
"I had a frightful pain in my head."
There was another silence fully a
minute in duration. Then the defend
"I stiil seem to hear those words."
When Mrs. de Saulles failed to say
anything more during an interval in
which every eye was fixed on the lit
tle woman on the witness, stand and
every ear was strained in anticipation
or an additional statement, Justice
"Is that all you have 'o say?"
'That is all I remember," came the
scarcely audible reply.
When did your sense return?"
asKeu tne justice.
"I don't know. My head was hurt
ing me terribly. I did not know where
I was, but I know now it must have
been in jail. That is all I remember.
IN BIG SMOKE LEAGUE
Kansas Officers In France Advertise
Popular Smoking Tobacco.
Kansans in the "Rainbow division"
now in France are in the big
smoKe league, xne state Journal to
day carries a tobacco advertisement
containing a snap of Kansas army
officers enjoying their "smokes."
In the cut are Adjutant and Lieu
tenant Colonel Frank L. Travis, of
Iola, commanding the ammunition
train of the "Rainbow division" of
1,000 Kansans. Another Kansan in
the picture of army Joy is Capt. W. K.
Herndon, of Hiawatha. Herndon was
formerly sheriff of Brown county.
Lieut. Col. Travis is a member of the
state legislature; was formerly state
senator from the Allen-Woodson
county district, and in 1911 cast the
deciding vote for equal suffrage in the
Kansas legislature. He served with
the Kansas troops on the Mexican
border in 1916 and is at this time a
candidate for the Republican nomina
tion for state superintendent of insurance.
will be donated to any To
peka charitable institu
tion if any of the forego
ing: statements are prov-'
Cost or loss not considered. This entire stock will be turned loose at whatever price it will bring. Sale
will be continued from day to day until every dollar's worth of merchandise is closed out. Lease and fix
tures have been sold and it's up to us to get out quick. ,
THIS IS A BONA FIDE QUITTING BUSINESS SALE
I was born and raised in Topeka and have lived here all my life more than 25 years. Now I have
transferred my business interests to El Dorado, Kansas, and my entire time is. required there hence the
sale of my Topeka store.
This sale will undoubtedly be the biggest money -saving; opportunity offered in Topeka this year. As you know, most manufacturers are busy and have
been for some time past, in producing supplies for the government so that merchandise is high in pric e, scarce and hard to cbtain.
V4 OFF ON ALL FURNISHINGS, HATS, SHOES, OVERALLS, WORK SHIRTS, TROUSERS, SUIT CASES
AND TRAVELING BAGS. OFF ON ALL SUITS, OVERCOATS AND TROUSERS
Sale continues from day to day until every article is sold. Be wise and buy enough of this merchandise to last you two years.. Prices will never again
be as low as they are in this sale.
Just step in this store and you will be glad you came.
lfT IPf A This is a genuine Quitting Business Sale and not the kind you
MJKJ l KJ 1 lJ Emf. X read about where only a lot of odds and ends are to be sold
off. Conre yes, come even if you live 100 miles from Topeka as you will doubly repay your
self by so doing.
EXTRA HELP ENGAGED
Store Open Every Evening Till 9 o'CIock
LOOK FOR-THE NUMBER 526 KANSAS AVENUE
U. S. SHIP DOWN!
Three Boatloads of Crew Miss
ing, May Be Lost.
21 Survivors Land U-Boat
Sinks Steamship Actaeon.
London, Nov. 27. The American
stearahiPr Actaepq- waa .torpedoed. onJSter Ci. wAnderson,- Shorey. ider-
AT BOMS 1HWI
Social dance tonight Kellam hall.
a "You too can wear diamonds." Eaay
payments. See Harris-Goar's Adv.
Mrs. John M. Cleveland. Eleventh
and Quincy street, is recovering
rapidly from an illness of several
cJt ffevada Anderson, the small daugh
Sunday, a dispatch from Corunna,
Spain, reports. Twenty-one survivors
have arrived at Port Camarinas.
Three boats with th remainder of
the crew are missing.
Mother of Julian Coyne Says She'll
Be Home Tonight.
The police received a report Mon
day night that Julian; 14-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Coyne, 1118 Kansas avenue, had dis
appeared. Mr. Coyne reported the dis
appearance to the police, according to
afternoon there had been no report at father called Miss Annie K. Kimball
police headquarters concerning the irom ner newiy aciiuimu viui
girl. . I confidential secretary to the secre-
Mrs. Coyne, however, told a report- j tary of the Chamber of Commerce,
er that the girl had been located, and i Her place is being filled by Mrs. Ho--n,,irf
k, at hnmo innivht Rh hnHfmer "Peiton. who is now engaged in
WAS A HIGHBROW HIT
Classic Music at Chamber of Com
merce Highly Appreciated.
Diners at the Chamber of Commerce
today were given a few choice selec
tions of classical music by way of
sauce for the fish and potato menu.
Administration of the condiment
was in charge of Daniel A- Muller,
himself, head of the Muller School of
Music, and the instruments were han
dled by little . Joe Pelosi .of Kansas
City .nd by" Mrs. Muller. Pelosi, lit
tle in girth and stature, a pupil of
went an oDeration at a Topeka hos
pital Monday and is recovering today, j William A. Bunsen, is by no means a
The Toneka police received a long
distance. telephone message today
from Mayetta saying that the Miller
Mercantile store at that place had
been burglarized during the night.
The thief took shoes, sweaters and
several suits of clothes. He left an
old pair of army shoes in exchange.
Anna B. Sims today filed a suit for
a divorce from Paul Sims. She
charges him with drunkenness. Once,
she alleges, he threatened her life and
she was obliged to have him lodged
in jail. She wishes to be restored to
her maiden name of Anna B. Hamp
ton. They were married October 8,
1J4. , -
'.The simple life and care of an aged
remained over night at a neighbor's
house, Mrs. Coyne reported.
learning the ins and outs of the work
under the tutelage of Miss Minnie
William Phillipps. a negro. 50 years
old. living at 1410 North Logan
street, was arrested today by Deputy
Sheriff Joe Holman. charged with a
serious offense against his 13-year-
BIG TURKEY SHOOT
Annual Frolic of Topeka Lawyers and
State House OffU-ials at the "Blurf.
. Marriage licenses were issuer from the
office of the probi'te jmlge, Kalph (Jaw.
today to the following persons:
Arthur C. Sneary. Pond Creek, Okla 20 old daughter. Willa May Phillipps. An
Clara (1. Bryan, Scranton 21 examination by physicians Monday
William Oreeu, Topeka : night disclosed that the girl is in a
I,ydia Hayden. Topeka 30 delicate condition, it was stated at the
Ilumpnrpy A. nenopraon, Aoourn, over, .i sheriff's office.
Mary I. Dickson, Auburn, over 21 ;
ieorRe J. liuberich, Topeka 1!
Iva T. Oren, Riley 19
Wedding rings, 18-K gnlrt. J4 uo.
Harris-Goar Co, 102-4 E 6th. Adv.
New York Stock Market.
Wall St., New York, Nov. 27 STOCKS
Prospective federal control of transporta
tion Hnfs aeain continued to the back
ward trend of today's stock market, lead
ing rails reacting 1 to almost 3 points.
Sales aproximated 4S5.000 shares.
Motors nnu aci-essones. ai extreme gains
The ladies of the Second Christian
church announce that they will hold a
Fall Festival at the Federation of Col
ored Women's club house on Thir
teenth and Quincy streets. The festi
val will last three days. December 12,
13, 14. Features of the affair will
be a "popular baby" voting contest
and a "prize quilt" contest of the same
description but for the ladies. There
will be the usual bazar and booth features.
Marriage licenses were issued Mon-
lightweight caliber in his rendition of
heavy music. His selections, a De
Beriot Fantasie 'and a Rendeggo Ser
enade, were given with a depth of
feeling remarkable in a young musi
cian, especially in the clearness of the
high tremolo effects. The technic of
the young violinist was finished in
the extreme, and not once was he con
science of his audience. Pelosi was
ably assisted by Mrs. Muller as ac
companist. Mrs. Muller in addition
gave one solo number Valse Op. 34
No. 1 Chopin, that was warmly re
ceived. There " will be another classical
flavor to the Saturday luncheon as
President Mitchell announces a re
turn engagement of Mr. and Mrs.
William A. Bunsen on that date. As
a special feature of the concert or
musicale Mrs. Bunsen will sing the
latest Muller song dedicated to the
American heroes who perish on for
First Aid for
I every wash-day is a day for the
"Blues" the right blue will send them
Red Cross Ball Blue
is the secret of successful wash- j
ing; PureWhite, dazzling clothes
. that leaves the happy smile of sat- i
isfaction at the end of a day of j
5 Cents, At Your Grocers
W'hlrh Is the ohifst, best known
rirup store In the city. While
ithrs have rorae and pone and have
pone throuph various stupes - "f
t'hanjrttig locations and Tar tons side
line Activities, this drnp store has
"stuck to its last" in the saine place
it was started nearly 11 half century
pone coiifininp its work to drups
and mediWnes n Uinraltur of effi
ciency, service nod sireclnllX'ttion In
the sea of change. Now. as in many
years past, you can count on a real
drug store at
Topcka's Host Known Drug Store
Sixth and Kansas Ave.
of 2Mj to JiMi points were the chief features day at Kansas City to John A. Ross,
of (he stagnant final hour. The closing k i..,r, Ros Salina' Ed-
was heavy. Liberty 4 s ranged between 3" rLi; A
the Svym between 9U
7.78 and 9S.02 and
The municipal cold storage plant in
Cleveland where housewives could store
food has failed. It cost $72,000 to
and $lf.000 a year to run.
Eighth and Kansas Avenue.
Major Harvey entertained today as
his guests only about 100 of his 50,
000 friends. It was the annual turkey
shoot participated in by Topeka law
yers, state house officials and news
paper men. The shoot was held at
"Harvey's Bluff," the picturesque and
historic location of the major's stone
bungalow overlooking the Wakarusa
a short distance beyond Berryton.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
CARL V. SUTHERLAND, 2 years old.
died November 25. at the home of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sutherland,
1255 Mulvane street. The bodv will be
shipped to St. Joseph, Mo., for burial.
Fuueral services in St. Joseph tomorrow
afternoon at -i o'clock. '
The funeral of J. R. Coffran was held
at .1 o'clock this afternoon from Roin
gardner's chapel. linriul in Topeka cemetery.
ward Bacon, Topeka. and Ophelia
Huff. Rosedale. The names of the
Topeka persons do not appear in the
city directory. For a week Topeka
people have been getting marriage li
censes almost every day at Kansas
City and the name of not a single re
cipient of a license has appeared in
- At .the luncheon of the Central
Congregational Church Brotherhood
at the Chamber of Commerce this
noon. O. H. White announced that
Chas. M. Sheldon, pastor of the
church, would leave France for
America on January 15. Dr. Shel
don has been in Kngland taking part
No telling how soon the symptoms may in a campaign to make England dry.
develop into croup, or worse. Andthen's He has also been speaking in the Y.
when vou're clad vou have a iar of Mus. M. C. A. huts In the English train-
terole at hand to give prompt, sure re- ins ca,mPs- Jlr Janary V JaJ?
iif Te .In, nor hhW "ary 7. Dr. Sheldon will speak in the
When the Children Cough, Rub
Musterole on Throats
and Chests ;
American camp in France, from
which he will return to England and
sail for America on the first boat.
TELLS OF THE FRENCH
Otis Hungate In Masterly Review Be
fore Ju) hawker Club last Night.
Otis Hungate, well known Topeka
attorney, gave a masterly review of
the French nation before the Jay
hawker club at the monthly lunch
eon at the Hotel Throop last night.
He brought out the fact that France
since the days of Gall has. been fight
ing the religious, the democratic and
the wars of humanity.
New York Htock Market,
(furnished by T. 1. Myers. :M1 N. K. Blde-
New York, Nov. 27.
Am. Iteet Sugar 75H 75
Anaconda Mining 5s",L 5-S7i
A. T. & S. V., -. KWt R-,
Italtimore & Ohio 5n- olv
Centra! Leather 7 fl7V.
Chesapeake & Ohio 4K 47fc
C. M. & St. P., c S7Mi W
V. It. I. & 1 1SH ivi
Chlno Cppper 42 V4 42H
Colorado Fuel & Iron :J :u;
tlreat Northern, p flt4 1
Inspiration 44 .
Kenn. Copper .vi'
Miami 04pper 2 2S"H
Missouri Pacific 24 2Si
l'enn. Railroad 4fl4 47
Reading, c 70 71 .
Stndebaker 427 40-
Southern Pacific K2' vt
I'nlon Pacific, c llt'v 110
r. K. Steel, c 07 UN-?,
I'tah Comer 711 . 7i
White Motors :5 :a
106 E. 6th St
SAVE YOUR MONEY
We clean and reblock old
hats any shape or color.
We make old hats look
like new for
Capital Hat Works
5-6 Kansas Ave.
MAfi. on'nFKs souciTKn
Lord's Flowers Satisfy.
As first aid and a certain remedy,
: Musterole is excellent. Thousands of
I mothers know it. You should keep a
; jar in the house, ready for instant use.
! It is the remedy for adults, too. Re
lieves sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis.
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, head- Men of 89th and S2d Divisions. Not
ache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, permitted to Attend Entertainineiits.
lumbago, pains and aches 01 back or
joints, sprains, sore muscles, chilblains. -Camp Funston, Kan., Nov. 27.
frosted feet and cold of the chest (it Members of the Eighty-ninth and
often prevents pneumonia). Ninety-second divisions, encamped
30c and 60c jars; hospital size 52.50. ! here, are not permittee t attend 1
i-chnrch socials in Junction City. Army"
I City, Ogden or Manhattan, all of the!
towns in the vicinity of Camp Fun-1
ston, under strict quarantine orders
issued by camp officials.
The order will remain in effect un
til all trace of meningitis has been re-
' 1 moved from the camp.
8 Bars Ben Hur Soap
With 5kf PurcliaM!
Xyal Quality Drug Store
S07 Kansas Ave. . . Phone 44
110 E. 6th St.
Turkey . ............ 35f
Spring Chicken 28-':
Fresh Oysters for
Dressing-, pint 25-
Fresh Oysters, Selects, ' "
pint . '. . . .k 30f
Jumbo Celery , 10
Cranberries, quart ..'14.
Mince Meat, bulk, lb. . . 15
Open Thursday Morning
till 10 o'clock.
in Fowls, Fruits, Vegetables,
etc. Try our Groceteria and
Dressed and drawn, nice
young ones, 6-lb. to 7-lb., lb.
(Order tonfclit or In the morning.
Supply limited.) .
Dressed and drawn, 2-lb.
3-lb. size, lb
Pl'MPKI Vellow, flat ones, ea h c
HI'BBARD MHANH Fauiy, lh..lr
KAIK1NH Seeded, u kge. . ,Se 14e
KXil.lHH WAl.NrTH New rrop.
Large uiae, per pound SSe
KOI ND STKAK lb tor
SI K LOIN HTKAK lb tit
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