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f 1 25 AMUSEMENT or 30 GREEN TRADING
888 ' STAMPS with every 60c purchase.
11. Double Stamps in Our BUTTER DEPT.
1 tlvenr thrifty housekeeper is collecting stamps, why not you? You
HfS entitled lo them. Degin right now. On top of it vou can alwavs de-
P»Bd on getting FRESHER and BETTER GOODS than elsewhere for your
■NMrsrthe popular -
Library tea co. 51-53-55 bratiot aye.
(Creamery BUTTER
t Strictly Pure .
t Churned Daily
* Phone*—-Main SOT, City 30*.
iTOWAR’S WAYNE GO. CREAMERY
.* -71 €*RAND RIVER AVE.
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lIAFER BROS,
j 0/0 DROP IN OUR
i BUTTER
|ORR 25c PRICE HOW 230
LOUR 22c PRICE Z . ROW 20c
§ORR 20c PRICE No#^4fc
M>UR 18c PRICE NOW 17c
JORR 5-18. ROLLS At 5 NOW $1.15
M>RR 5-LB. ROLLS AT $l"lO NOW SI.OO
|ORR 5-LB. CROCKS AT SI.OO NOW 90c
|ORR 5-LB. CROCKS AT 90c NOW 850
■ BEST CREAMERY BUTTER MADE 29c
f CHOICE FRESH BUTTERHfE 12VaC, 14c, 16c LB.
\ SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY:
6 lbs. Best Gran. Sugar 25c
9 Bars QUEEN ANNE SOAp7 25c
Your choice with orders of SI.OO or more.
ton ■ - ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ ■
This Moans Money ior You
ORR 25c TEA SELLS FOR 35c ELSEWHERE
* OUR 35c TEA SELLS FOR 50c ELSEWHERE.
* OUR 40c TEA SELLS FOR 60c ELSEWHERE.
I TEA DUST, 15c; 2 LBS. FOR 25c.
: Unexcelled Coffee Values:
l Simko 22c lb. (2i/a lb*. 50c) Sells for 30c Elsewhere
* Lakeside 25c (Mocho & Java) Sells for 35c Elsewhere
Refolar 25c Coffee, Our Price 18c (3 lbs. 50c)
* Good Coffee, 12Vkc and 15c lb.
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{Canned Goods and Dried Fruits:
Ec«rfl. Pm and Tomato... Our Price 3 Cans 25c
* All kinds of Canned-Goods, Dried Fruits. Cereals, Etc.,
£*old at cut price. Give ns a trial. We can save you money.
t TELEPHONE MAIN 1886-4599, CITY 1886 ~~
| Laser Bros.
i|VHOLEBALE AND RETAIL
oaaiLiao square
lUftigiritors lo Ordar a Specialty
J. A. HANNA
Dtrect Representative of The
Alaska Refrigerator Cos.
ALASKA REFRIGERATORS
. KITCHEN SPECIALTIES
. Zluc. White Enamel, Porcelain, Opal Glass
, - Linings.
48 CADILLAC 8Q UARE, DETROIT, MICH.
THfc DETROIT TIMES: SATURDAY, JUNE j. tgog.
DECLARES COUNT '
STOLE WIFE'S LOVE
Moritz Shapiro Sues for $50,000
Damages—Love, War, Cossacks,
Turks. Heroism, Elopement,
Some Elements.
NEW YORK. June 4. —You can hear
the explosion of bombs, the clatter of
dishes in a Grand-st. restaurant and
the plaudits of the people in the Third*
at temple of vaudeville all through
the story of a love that began in far
off Bukharest and was shattered eight
years later In Forsyth-st.
And the golden undertone Is the
merry chink of the $50,000 that Mor
itjc Shapiro, an actor, of No. 116 East
One Hundred and Eighth at., hopes to
get from Heytnan Klatiko, proprietor
of the restaurant at No. 25*4 Grand
•t. in a suit tor the alienation of the
affections of Lizzie Shapiro. Although
called Klattko in the legal papers
served yesterday, the proprietor of
that restaurant is, Shapiro believes.
Count Michael Michaelovltch Barrtn*
off. colouel of the czar's guard of hon
or, commander of a thousand Cossack
troopers at Tifll# and the head of the
Russian secret agents in this country,
and that the restaurant is only a blind.
Lizzie says she has heard something
of the slrt and Klatzko admits that
he is Count Barzinoff. He has medals
and a diploma from the Louis and
Clark exposition to prove It. But be
yond that he serves no secrets with
his meals.
In 1890 the count saved the life of
the Grand Duke Sergius by cutting
down a bomb thrower with hts sabre.
The bomb fell from the assassin's
hands and killed two lesser noblemen,
but tne doom of Sergius was postpon
ed.
Shapiro was a matinee idol in Buk
harest. Lizzie was the daughter of
a free lance of the Balkans, wno spent
so much time in leading his band
against the Turks that he didn't real
ize how often his pretty daughter went
to the theater. She fell in love with
Moritz and he with her. They were
married and fled to London, for the
patriot father had Intended that his
daughter should become a spy and de
vote her life to the warfare against
the Turks.
In England the bride went on the
stage. Six year* ago ahe came here
to star In the theatera of the east aide.
Her blue eye*, golden hair and beau*
tifu! complexion would give her a
place In the front row of any Broad*
way ahow girl group, but her Engllah
i still limp* too much for that. As It
is she la a top liner for many a pop
ular little play house that Broadway
and its tribe never dreamed of. And
she la the bright particular star in
the after-the-show group at the Rec*
ter’* of Grand-st. She is also the
mother of a daughter. Rose, seven
years old, for whom she keeps house
at No. 107 Forsyth-st.
In his complaint Shapiro alleges
that during his absence In Colorado
for hJs health his wife went too often
to the headquarters of the Russian
and that the count, with flattery. Jew
els. rare woods inlaid with silver by
Cossack craftsmen and other costly
gifts, won the affections of the actress.
The count admits that he has often
lent Mr*. Shapiro money and has giv
en her trinkets in acknowledgment
of the pleasure she has given him by
her art, but nothing more.
The actress denies the charges but
Intimates that she loves her husband 1
no more. To prove that her husband
has not supported her all the time she ,
has given the count to use In his de
fense office receipts for money
she sent him while he was sick in
Colorado.
Both Barsinoff and Mrs. Shapiro say
the actor tried to persuade his wife to
Join in a conspiracy to get money from
the count and then return to Rouma
nln.
FEUDIST STARTS OUT
TO “SHOOT UP” JACKSON
Wholesale Battle la Threatened When
100 Revolvers are Drawn In
Kentucky Town.
JACKSON, Ky., June 4. —More than
100 revolver* were drawn at one time
on the streets here last night and a
wholesale battle threatened as the re
sult of A. S. Jonnson, notorious feud
ist, starting out to shoot up the city
Johnson two year* ago so tarroriied
the court where lie was on trial that
tmte troops were ordered out to pro
tect the Judge. Thursday, losing an
other suit before Judge Adams, he
later attempted a personal encounter
with the Judge, but was restrained.
Angered at this, Johnson became in
toxicated and after threatening to kill
a prominent attorney If he carried out
I his intention to run for circuit Judge,
; proceeded to shoot up the town. To
jgether with Jake Noble, another well
[ known feudist, fully 100 shot* had
been flred before officers could over
power him. Johnson was allowed to
i»e taken home by friends, but w hlle
the officers were escorting Noble to
Jail, members of the Deatoh feud fac
tion interfered anu In a moment 100
or more revolvers were drawn and
serious shooting threatened. Officers,
however, succeeded In disarming the
leaders and getting tnelr man to Jail
without bloodshed.
BOY S LEGS BROKEN
Tot Tsrribly Injured by Wagon; Driv
er Hurries Away.
Bol.imon Tahman, the 4-year-old son
of H. Tahman, of No. 127 Benton-st.,
w*s run over and terribly Injured by
a dirt wagon In front of his home.
Thursduy afternoon, and though an
angry mob of neighbors chased the
wagon for some distance, the driver
whipped up his horses and escaped.
Witnesses declare that the ithu was
driving very recklessly when one of
the horses knocked the little fellow
dowii, and his body went under the
wheels of the heavy wagon, which
broke both of his leg*. The excite
ment Iftcldent to caring for the !>oy
Allowed the driver to make hts escape.
Holothon was sent to the Children's
Free hospital, where It Is reported
that he will recover.
Trouble Vaker* Ousted.
When a sufferer from Htomarh
trouble takes Dr. King's New Life
Fills he's mighty glad to ae e his
Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly, but
more—ho’s tickled over h!s new, fine
appetite, strong nerves, healthy vigor, ,
all because stomach, liver and kidnev* 1
now work right. C. E. Kinsel, Central j
Drug Cos. and Gray A Worcester. j
THREE HUNDRED COLLAPBIBLE LEATHERETTE
Go-Carts
I \\ Complete With Hoods at
I \\ Less Than Half Price
The E. C. Frady Mfg. Cos., of Chicago, 111., con
lk\ eluded to go out of the go-cart business and stick to
i %\\ th<? manufacture of toys exclusively. They closed
| \\s r- l out to us at * css tlian P r ' ce 3°° °* t * lc ‘ r co^a P s *“
Dl' 1 yrviaa l . # yjj^' ble r *°" Carts which retailed regularly at $8.50.
VVi. They go on sale today at .alk
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Saturday's Bulletin
On Our Second Floor
gL June Sale of Under Muslins
A Big Saturday
Special in
Lingerie Waists
$1.50 <(M fjf)
Values for tP -L. \J
One hundred dozen —a recent
purchase—dainty Lingerie
Waists —new collar and
sleeve effects —all over em
broidery, lace trimmed;
newest, prettiest models;
actual value 5 ( (T1 HO
sale price tPI.v/U
Novelties in
Tub Skirts
Satuiday we shall make an
excellent showing of the new
est in Tub Suits, in Linens, in
Repps and Crashes; colors,
white, blue and pink. Very
latest tailored and embroider
ed effects. Stylish new mod
-57.50, SIO.OO
$12.50
Princess
Wash Dresses
Pretty new ideas arc—
attractively made and very
daintily gotten up. We have
them in Linen and in Repp,
lace and embroidery trimmed.
Very attractive. Prices—
$7.50,
$lO, sls
DELRAY BRANCH: 2211-2217 JEFFERSON AVE. WEST
Immense Selections, Finest
Qualities, Lowest Prices
Never in our history have we been so well prepared for
our Great June Sale of Under Muslins. For months we have
been preparing for it; for months our customers have been
looking forward to this Great Sale. Note our magnificent
stocks, our pretty designs and dainty effects.
NIGHT GOWNS.
Sale Prices.... 50<\ 75<S SI.OO, $1.50, $1.98
DRAWERS.
Sale Prices. ... 19*, 25c 4 , 38*, 50c, 65C, 75*
CHEMISE.
Sale Prices 50C, 75C, $1.00,* $1.50, $1.98
LONG SKIRTS.
Sale Prices 75C, SI.OO, $1.50, $1.98
SHORT SKIRTS.
Sale Prices 500, 750. SI.OO
the new combination garments.
Sale Prices SI.OO, $1.50, $1.98
PRINCESS SLIPS.
Sale Prices $1.98, $2.50, $2.98
Children’s Under Muslins
DRAWERS, from IOC up
Gi )WNS, from 50C U P
SKIRTS, from SO<? up
Make your selections now while stocks are large and
complete.
Tailored Skirts, vl^Vr 18 ' 80 . $6.75
\ * ■ L
Again today, Saturday, we shall have on Sale anew
line of very attractive Tailored Skirts, made to our own order
from doth* purchased at a large discount from regular prices.
New gored and pleated models, in White Sicilians and White
Serges, in fine Silk Trimmed Black Voiles, Black and Navy
Chiffon Panamas and in the new fancy stripe English Wor
steds. Regular sio.oo and $12.50 Values for $6.75.
Stylish models are shown in large sizes for stout Women,
and also new models for Small Ladies.
WE TRUST TMI PEOPLE
Saturday's Bulletin
On Our Second Floor
Children’s
Wash Dresses
Another excellent line of
Pretty Little Novelties for the
Little Folks in Wash Dresses.
New models—new designs—
new colorings, in plain and
fancy effects, in checks, in
stripes and in plaids. Regular
$2.98 Values—Saturday’s Sale
Price—
sl.9B
In our Juniors’ and Misses’
Section, we are showing an
exceedingly choice selection
of very pretty Novelties in the
New Wash Dresses—latest
m ° de| »'
Our New
Wash Skirts
Special attention is invited
to our new line of pretty mod
els in Wash Skirts. All the
very latest ideas in newest
materials, in Linens, Crashes
and Imported Repps; in white
and colors. Including the new
“Hoqklttt” Skirt. Can be
washed and ironed like a
handkerchief. No hooks or
eyes, no wrinkles. The very
latest Out. Trices from—
$1.50
UP.

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