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2 THK WORLD i FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1893.
I A SOCIETY TRAGEDY. Harried Belle at Omaha Shoots . Her Lorer on the Street. Say She Tried to Get Him to Confess to Her Husband. n Attribute 111 Influence Over Her to Mesmeric Power. ' I OMAHA. Neb., Oct. 27. -Mrs. Klla Rudlffcr, a prominent and handsome au-cli-iy lcndoi. wnlkxl Up to Hdiry J. Reiser on a busy thorough fart of South Omaha last night. Ilre-l a bullet through hiH brain, and followed thn murder with an effort at self-destruction. Reiser was a well-known young llngle nit., and a member of u number of pop ular Omaha social clubR. He who con nected with the muutgereent of John Cudahy's packing Interests In Omaha. Mm. Ella Tludlfcer In the wife of a well-known Omaha resident, who is nlso connected with the Cudahy Interest! In this ctty. It waa 8 o'clock when three shots from a heavy calibre revolver startled the hundreds of people pusslng the corner of Twenty-fourth and J streets. Im mediately following the reports the bodies of a man and a woman, hand somely dressed, fell to the pavement. r-- She was within a foot of her victim. -""'The firrt shot, she claims, was tired to O&use the young man to turn around, but he did not turn. She then sent a bullet Into his body. The excited woman gazed at her awful Work and then placed the revolver at her bead and pulled the trlggi r. The ball graced her hair and dazed her. Hhe talked freely of what she had done and continually asked: "Is he dead yet? Tee, I shot to kill. It was for my hus band to do, but he would not. and so I ' did It myself. The wretch haH given me enough cause and I hope 1 nave ac complished what I undertook. "I ha -t known Mr. Reiser for about two years, but intimately for only about one year," she continued. "1 , loved the man tit first, and do not deny it. My conduct has worked on mv mind until I concluded to make a clean breast of It to my husband. 1 did so. "I then wanted Mr. Reiser to admit .4 jur relation to my husband Ul order that be might get a divorce. This Mr. Reiser refused to do. He denied every thing to my husband. KeUer used to talk to me about running a way with him but of lai' ho had not. 'I watched for him when he passed Up the street this evening. We met on Twenty-fourth stre t and talked for about thirty minutes I urged him to go to my husband and make a confe.s slcn. but he refused to do so. As we were about to separate I drew my pis tol, which I had In my pocket, and fired one shot In the Bir. In the hope of mak ing him stop. When he nil not stop or turn around. I fired to strike him "When he fell, i placed the weapon at my own head with the intention of end ing my life and pulled the trigger. I atn sorry I did not succeed no, I am not. eli her I am too good a woman to die a ' for such a fiend as he wai." Mrs. Rud'-rer wrote a long letter a few hours before the tragedy, in which she explained that Reiser's Influence was the result of mesmeric power, and she could only break the spell by kill ing him. She Is now In jail. THE PURCHASE OF EL CIO. The "Evening World's" Btorj Exoites the Maritime World El Cld's Past Performance and Adaptability for War Service. The purchase of I he Morgan line steamship HI t'ld by Charles It Flint & Co., as exclusively reported in yester day! "Evening World," fr some South American Republic, presumably Bfatll, was the talk of the hour In maritime circles this morning Those conversant with the record and capacity of Kl 'id wore unanimous In the opinion that hie could be altered Into a very fust and i PAclent warship, THK BTBBL STEAMER EI. CID. She coul be easily armored and with some changes in her deck plans could be equipped with a powerful but light armament out of the guns recently purchased by Charles R. Kllnt & Co.. two 65-pounders, one N-pounder, twelve 8-ponnders. two 10-p.mnders, twenty 1 puiinders. and eighteen torpedo tubes, a very formidable battery could be se lected for 1:1 Cld Char) a it. Flint, when seen this morn ing, was not in a oommunlcatlve mood. It aeenu that you have bought ESI rid " said "The Evening World' re porter. "Well, what do you want me to say about It," replied Mr. Kllnt "What will be her destination when she leaves New York, and tor whom have you bought her?" asked the re porter. "I don't Care to say anything about the matter." said Mr. Flint, Kl Cld is one "f the largest coast wise American steamships afloat. She ' was built in L893 by the Newport News 1 Ship-Hull ling Company, of Newport News. Vu.. for the Morgan Steamship line. She Is of 4,M0 tuns register, built I of steel, and her letig.. is Wi feet over all. She Is forty-eight feet beam. Her depth from the keel to the upper deck is thirty-three feet, she ii.is three decks and an Oliop deck forward. Her boilers are three In number and of the double-ended Scotch type, measur ing twenty feet ix Inchei in length by thirteen feet in dl im er. . . i - Her ha sis furni n The total gral surface Is 4'W nauare feel and me total heat ing surf ice io,t .1 soui re feel The engine piston! have no tall rods, but are ntte i Instead with adl istabie followers. The ValVCI are of the pls ton -slide variety, placed on the front of the engine, and close to the cylinders. The surface oonderfser has 6 ' square feel of cooling surface, water being furnished bj an Independent centrifugal circulating pump, The crank shafl Is I sixteen Inches lu diameter, and it.- pi pi u r i- four-bladed, and of the built up patti rn, nv itsurlng elghti n feet in tlfametrr. and with a pitch of h ntj t . r CI Cld has a l-unker capacity of about LOOO ions of coal, and she does not or dinarily ronsume mire than sixty tins a day. Propulsion Is provider h verti cal expansion engines, and th cylln ders measure reap i v 1 y fur hlrh. In terrm Hate nnd low pressure ... fa and 8t inch i Rl id has steam steering gear In the f pwnrd j'ii"i houee an i scren han I gi ir in the art r he;: a steam a inul i an l steam npstan are provided for i andllng am hoi and haw si i . nnd then is a complete electric light plant. with 11. Incancl scent lamps, nrnttei i through the i nglne-room, deck-house and quarters occupied hy the crw nnd cargo. A powerful search-light is located on a stand on the forecastle. El Cld in well qualified for the de mands of an armed cruiser. She In one of the fasten; vessels -f her class ever; launched On her maiden voyage from New I irb-aiiK to New York she made the run in the fastest time on record, mak ing the trip from Mississippi bar to Haii.lv Hook bar In four day.;, two hours and fifteen minutes. The best previous run was made by I--1 Bol. of the same line, in four days, two hours and thirty-nine minutes Muring hei record bn afclng voyaifi Rl Cld ma le the following days' runs M8, 876, 46(1, Ml and I Mi knots. The total distance was i,i;i: kn its. and the average speed per hour wiM Hi :t-4 knots, This showing is regarded as remark able, as i;i cld was built as a freighter, and fifteen knots an hour was almost the maximum of sp I hoped for. L'nder more favorable conditions she could ere. illy e(-ed Hie :. . 1 . f her faiUOUS maiden trip Her machinery was de signed by Horace Bee, a naval designer, 1 who Incorporated Into her mechanism many features peculiar to warships, Fon - ten tv nervi s and sood ileep nv niinuo-s rrzKii. Uoatalni no And I'yrlna NO ONE TO CLAI1UI HER BODY.J Tho Drowned Woman Still in the i Morgue Unidentifisd. Keeper White Says that In Life She Was IScniitlltil. Tiie body of the young woman taken i from the ISosi tilvvr at the foot of Kast fourteenth street h still at the Morgue unld ntlfled. Morguo-Ki i per White . Me woinii: tvu ones beautiful, although four da a in the v.alir have dustroyt -i all evlih uces of beauty, The clothes worn by the woman In dicate that she had been in good cir cumstances. Hhe had small hands and fe.-t. Albert Thomi son, in Is In command ol f iho !! scows, discovered the body Minting In th water u. short dlS-t.in- e off thi I'oort. i nth sire -t dump, gusl of v. ind caught a long tree, of dark-brown hair, and Thompson then know it was a woman s head. An eddy made by the strong tide brought the body to the surface, and it floated with hh entire length visible. A mass of brown hair floated about the woman's head, Thompson got into a boat and towel the body to the dock. Policeman Law lor. of the Cnlon Mar ket station, made an examination of the (..thing but found nothing thai might lead to an identification except h pock et book with the letter D In steel on the 1 Hap. The pocket book contained $8.66 and 1 a small key. Th bolv was taken to the Morgue. wh re tiie following description was entered. A l tout 1 wnty-thn- yrpt oM. five fert lx In hes in height rjr inn urk brows hair BSvtml lerth on ib lefi iltfe ol the inwrr jaw mlwlni. wv'atit tboul 1 1" pound The young woman wore a black cloth sacque trimmed with astrakhan fur. Her waist and skirt were of blue serge. The trimming on each was black s.itln. Ine petticoat had a gray and white Stripe running through tt. On the chemise there was some fancy needle work. The stockings were .1 very light brown. The corsets were white and Blue. The shoes were buttoned and of e, 1 quality. In the pocket or the dress was found a pair of tan kid gloves M irmie-Keej.fr White says thai the body had been in the water four or five lays. All but the face is comparatively well preserved. No marks of violence were noticeable on the body. It Is sel dom thai the body Of a woman so well dressed is missing n long without some Imiulry being made, but thr police say thHt no report has been turned In of the disappearance of a woman answer ing her description. The body Is In one 01 the new Ice boxes recently built at the Morgue. It will be kept as long as possible before being burled In Potter's Field. , To Prevent Tbc (trie, Hh.'iiir !i'i "ii Catarrh, rinunmnta and the numerous ills made epidemic tv cold damp weutliernf autumn, your blood nuiHt be pure, active and your body In health) condition Nothing "iuaU Hood hap-lii'ii: i.ln lu; Mi- pUtlOCStlOU ami Vital .. ot"ii of the bloodi ftad to sIVS vlireroUB health. It n thn Favorite Fall aiedirlne. Hood's Cures Bold hy alt drnMtlM. I I U bottle for A. llnml' Pill euro llvor III. Jntinrtice. blHonailSMi ick h,.l(-he ,nl imllirpstlon. Sfie. (CLOTHIERS AND OUTFITTERS). 8TH AVE., COR 42d ST. MEN'S Heavy-Weight Suits OlC (jfj (Single and Double Bronr.tcd O'wi made of extra fine quality AND Cheviots, Worsteds, Cassi- jj Q flQ muros, Vicjnas, ftr. i Qa We have equally good values in our finer grades at $22.00. $26.00 and S30.00. Send for Our Illustrated Catalogue. 8th AVE. & 42 ST. OPEN EVENINCS. ESTABLISHED 1867. PEDESTRIANS HAVE RIGHTS. Court of Appeal Deflnen Tho'r Privilege on 6tdowa!lts. Th" I'nurt of Appeals Vaa J'iwt handed down a vrry ImiHirmnt di-- l-l( i affCtlS the rights ,,f j riritrlana to the ticlltllvs use uf the ulde- walki Kiank Ioff. a boy thirteen year nf age, while walking, through Jay itrsat on Aug. 12. 1890. na flni-k ly a wagon belonging to Frcl-rl-k Ah 'is He brought milt through hl- rounnel. Alfred no 1 fharl.-Ji Stei kler. an-1 rerovered a verdli t aalnm Akeri In thi Superior Court rnr II.OiiO. N!r Rtecklsr rlalme-l ihil the f i Idcnt having lipt"uri tti (ha biiltwalk ty tto- bo) tit-lng miight bctwwn the (la i-rm Mil the re ir eod of the wagon, it whs ntlllgsni on the part of tb drlrvr to CORK on the nldvwalk in ditrL'iard of th" rights of pedewtrtan". tv- defendant appealed to the Superior Court, r.pnrat Term, anil that Court affirmed the Judg ment. Tba defendant took the nse t') the Court of vppeala and ihut irt to-day banded down a decision upholding tho rlsbt or ih public to the use of the t r t , and that the atdewulk In longed to the pedestrians. POLICEMAN A PRISONER. Arraigned While in Uniform Charred with Abandonment. Policeman John J. Churchill, of the Went Tw'-ntleth atreet station. In full uniform, waa brought up in the JenVrann Market Pollrt f'ourt thta morning on -'-mplntnt .if hln wife. Mary, who charged him with abandonment and n 'ti support. The pair have not lived happily together for yeara Mm t'htir hill aald tier husband gave. ). r 2i tenis recently to buy conl. When ahr naked htm tor money to puri haie tood h told her to eat (he nwl ('bin hill denied his wife's Story, and said that he had a flat at 271 West Kighty-elghih Htreet, and that ahu wits wolcome there. 'I he examination in the eau wui adjourned until Monday, The polbem.n whs paroled. SUFFOCATED BY GAS, William O'Neill Dies a Vlct'm of H1b Own Carelessness. William O'Neill, twenty-one yeari old. of 440 I'leaf.Hit avenue, was ftund -: I In bed at blH home (Iila morning He had been auffo. ated by U Ineellgitlon showed that tufere retiring last night lie bad failed to turn thw ga off. STOLE SS.1ID IN GQOQS. Porter Schopke and His Wife Con fess to tue Bobbery, Vuntlnr .V o. Syateiiiatlcully Plun tlered for Months. Ptjtoctlvos Reap and liollani, of In pector MoLatlfhUn! ntalT, arraigned In the Tombs Police Court this morning Krnnt Hchujke, thirty years old, and hla wife. Amelia, thirty-eight, of 378 Willis avenue, on- the charge of grand larceny. They pleaded guilty and will be arraigned to-morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Schopke were Jointly ac cused of robbing the firm of Vantlne & Company, ot 79 Broadway, In which tirm the man has been employed as a porter, of J5,U00 worth of bric-a-brac and costly silk goods. The stealing has been going on for more th.in twelve months, the guilty pair confessed. Two weeks ago a rep resentative of the firm reported to the Central Office that goods were dlsap penrlng mvsterinisly from the store. Detectives Reap and Holland were riven the case. Last evening they fol twed Porter Schopke when he left the store carrying a bundle, to a Bowery pawnshop, and there saw him dispose of some rare bric-a-brac. Schopke was arretted He first denied the crime when charged, but when brought before the Inspector confessed all. The husband implicated his wife. The detectives nnvle a search of the Bchopke house later, and found a wagon load of costly goods, all of which I were taken to Police Headquarters. This morning three employees of Van tlne & Company went there and Iden tified the property. A number of pawn tickets, calling for goods dlsp led of. were produced by the guilty collide. A large part of all the stolen gopoi will be recovered. I Thin dorr ft pi flgTMIf ffft MV WtOkt ftothei toft thr tinif u trt't nttfa p pi Some J& Over- ilk coats H $10 ? " Aftblnrk apver. If you don't know all about the true black flag by his time you ought to. Here's the remarkable in cident again : Wm. Sykes. of ClufT House Mills. Huddersfield, England, invented a new fabric for men's clothes. It was made from Llama wool, which is naturally black. To prove that its color would never change, he fastened a piece of it to the masthead of a ship and kept it there during an entire round trip from London to Australia and back. And he did prove it. It was just as brilliant and black the day it came back as ever. We make Overcoats and Suits of it, and we can make clothes just as well as Sykes can make cloths. Our price is $10 incident ally they are $20 Overcoats. If you like higher priced clothes you can find them as readily here as anywhere and made better, more sty lish. E. 0. THOMPSON, 245 BROADWAY, Bftwppn I'nru Flare and HnrriiT He. ! Mayor Gllray Back From Chicago I Muyor Gllroy (a back from Cbb-ago. and waa at his (Irak In the Ma)ora c(Tl c io-day. He paid ha was greatly pleasM with the Manhattan Pay cele I tralton. He did not iare to say more. RIDLEYS' J GRAND ST.. N. Y. M CLOTHING f J PRICES DOWN! 1 1 I MI'N'S AI.L-Wnni, NVIT9, Jl $7.75, $11.95, $13,95. A 1 run 1 ' B $7.75, $11.95, $14.95. f T BOYS' I.ONH PASTS SUITS, Jf $5.75, $7,75, $9.95. 1 HOYS' 2-PIKCK HUITS, . jBj SI.95. S2.95, S3.45. lf BOTB' JERSEY SIjITH, Jf $2.75, $2.95, $3.45 Jj'iJ Boys' Cape Overcoats, il $1.45, $2.75, $3.95. nil HOYS' CHINCHILLA REEFERS, 1 1 $2.75, $3.45, $5.95. 11 BOYS' ILSTEItS. 0 TO 13 YEARS, S3.95, S4.95. $5.95, HOYS' ALL-WOOL KNEE PAN'TS, I H 69c, 79c. 89c j7 1,000 Boys' All-Wool Waists, 75c (I F. MUSS0N & C0S II Shoe Stock, of Brooklyn, Mm 30c, on the DOLLAR. Jl SALEI CONTINUED. M Edw.Ridley&Sons J 309 to 321 Grand St.. N.Y. M Sporting. ;i NEW JERSEY JOCKEY CLUB: Iffl I U.l, IIMI'TIM.. ISIU. Ml OCT. 27. W, :). 31 : NOV. 1. 2, a. 4, 6,7. I1B MIX BACBB KACII i H . 'IB COMMBNCINO AT 9 O'CLOCK. Vft Special HUM ImlnK leuve foot of I.tberty .. w NcWYofk vlaii'Tilral II. R. ofN. J.), m 12 18, ! 12,:io. 12 4ft. 1 .m.i 1.90 P. M. Round trip MA tlrketft. liit-luclhiK S'linlKMlon togratKl Ktaud, $1.50 , for K' ntl ini-ii; $1 for liullen. Bj bth AVE. TRUESDELL, SPRETER IGO. m a. i g4c-pAiR We Offer To-Morrow Greater Induce- ! SATURDAY ALL DAY Jl ; made to sell atA$m9 pa.r. j incuts to Buyers of McrchiiiuUse t -;Z,000 PAIRS LADIES' KiD GLOVES- J .ILTSsZZ r5Z7Z THAN HAVE EVER BEEN OFFERED HERE BEFORE, j 59CPA1R. 5oft and good weight. 6 This Store is always active, uJith 60 departments cover 2,'i acres of space. ALL COLORS AND PERFECT 600DS. NOT OVER 3 PAIRS TO CUSTOMER. jl CARPETS WeiriSS"ak1 SATURDAY Sale in "Mockery E SpBEJal fflf Saturday, gjlgg DRESSGOODS I I JSSF h.T.SJSK RIBBON DAY. 1 j W nnEnmmnfTfySAA"1 $ SILKS. I Elegant Moquettcs and Wilton increase the buvm LlllLll U L 1 ll DEIRT. lUCi LSK6 J lOCi UOX Ol J LdKBSi Srurwerlot nIiCAi SUi. aTo CO J VtWets, power of a dollar about I From a rromlnent Ribbon; Decorated Toilet Sett, 10 i no Pnr Tctiown aenuina swan- jj cioi wwh U Ladies who shop and 9 I - Hnnhln M lilir actUPCr ; 00!) P'C C . Of .ii.! MH down I'.t" I'owdi-r bottle nf ex- 11 Men's Shirt and Drawers, In , . m ? CQC- aouble. mai u.a iuur ouj r-L i ,,CB , BMOrted colore, eet, I. BO ,.,., wllh ,.,.., x uC , ,ler... .11 Whlle nn(1 Naturnl tra 8cotch 7C keep posted on values, I QJ3 . 200 pices Heavy White Shaker e,Vl"e Kl , "S" " " f ,Li Plftin Wbite Toilet Sets, QQ l-oi. Itlle Violet Toilet Water... .28 Wool, each '" . rf..il i l .nm ll VV Yd- Funnel. elM IB quality, plains fancies rjC good queiity, eet .VO lUrbi0,tta Prtnce" Kxtrac"' all.25 Men m.ierwoar, m wm.e, scar-J flfl Sfly We retail the same II For this week all our regular I C. , , !""'' eS' D,C !"' ,, , , , M Each. HanilHOini-lv Decorated 2-oz. bnttie standard Extract, all ot let and Natural Wool, each ... I.UU goods 25 per cent, less M 1.00 BruM.lea.adts laid and lined. fli tolKW yart. Saturtay. all day 350 g-4 Turkey Red Table ClotliB, La.,,, with .hade to riSSr'iaSSC::?:;": 'i. aW T "SSmTSS f Iff tlltUI other stores, and II AC. yd. C. match, each lUO j Im.K.rtc..l Iland-PalnteO Ea.el 5 Drawer, regular 1.39. each.... 1. 1 12 that IS the reaSOU OUT IM H .iTimiMv r.v. j m . jr. -k 99c9 Imitation Cut CrtlotH, Land if) , " " ' , Double-nreasted Shirts 1.20 ' ' lfl Vr m vd .SATURDAY ONLY. X Cases jO SVv - " .' . 1 Suli.hurnte.1 Sea Salt, box IO l , 1- l-BCi, r,noflc nn,l Cill !" yw' Black Cross Bar Crinoline, ILB" ,n 0 nn , ., m 4. some patterns, only, each, Ftae Japaneie Tooth Brushes. in Men's All-Wool Medicated Scarlet J nt Urcss UOOC1S aiul MIK Ue- AH GOOD BRUSSELS. .C 5Sf Yard. boo 8,10 Table Ooths, imitation Cut Wat,r-Ju 2q , 7 ;;; - A ,;rl - f . :r '" partments are sd well 1 AyC :S I gallon, only, each.... .9, ,,..h..H.. .1$ Bhirt. and dw.. .t qui-1 00 patronized iiW So h vd NOT GVER 23 YASDS TO Jl CUSTOHER Knife noxeB, 3Pa.t. ih.ed, n 'iz;:::Llruw ,l: uy. .19 1.03 Paironucu. urn WM yd. Ja' Ml UIU IIOIU 1 1 lUJiaiM. 100 dot Very Pine 18.00 quality each WiMieheu.-n' went mdia nay num. no Men's aii-wooi shirt and Draw- . ft so pieces Changreablc AfC TH ftnivl Priffliah UnnlAiimR 250 Ple Black Back Fancy c .,,. . Nankins at Knife Boxee. 2-pnrt, plain. in b '"" ,,3 ", in nrown. White and bear-l hy $ h sk III kfl UOOd LllKilBll Lnoleums, Selesia. (or Saturday onlv, abso- Every Milliner. Dressmaker Ml,km8 V h ' Q w. . -k - n-.. .achet pmder i .,o let. each hcavv and worth LV lfl ffC. lutely worth 20c. yard, anJ Kibbon Biiycr in New York T OO ,","",' o.,kl.-y: .Miniature Se,-t Vlolel no Ml ,,.,,...,,,, ,,,lv ,,. ..,!. Hreasl J DC ncary anu worm i w , U ,. should attend the sale Dot. Musk Brooms, best make, . ..... a cake. f, ..U3 ert camels Hair, shirts, each.... 1.00 "c, at I U. HliT ,,H Q 4-fe, O Jnuuia JllUld lilt bir, Shewed eacli 111 lmirte.t Haby rullet l'owder .IO f W J0' Til 150 doz. 400 to 15.00 Napkins, T . K ' , '". MW I Bwm Vair. Mirror Complexion II Suit 3 oo All-Wnol lnjp ' I Wnrth 7fr YnJ WM . , tti m a I 1 . Lamp Miade, in assorted Powdor, ix ill JSSJS 5n missed' Ma DBBBV 60 'leces A" W(M" "1 Worth 75c. Yard. B yd. , , T ,. . Ul extra value at 4. 00, baturday at colors, with holder, only, .-'t-ntetaui., Eiintct rt witch 17 bbSBei)NDheavvE cotton mose. Fane, Dress Gnosis, L L I m GOOD OILCLOTHS. I MM eiderdown, ' ' l.00( Ladle.' Skirt.. Satur- Or each.' !..T .19 oSuTn. ai. air."H.:::: .'Ji PKR Q made to se.l this sea- S, I InC, C Bun.iuet Lamp, with Bhade, 193 imported White catiie soap 00 j XVJC soiiatboc, SaturJay, Ws)U. m O H ff J '"" ' " ' '" '' :"'IS' W , 200 doa. Very Fine HuokTowele, FtRther Dusters, best " i s ,, lot of ii.e.'-Fine imported MEN'S HOSIERY. 40 pieces wide - f 1 yd. Jthmd ... Slituv.i:; iJJ larL'O Size, worth 25c, at nualitT lI'W lMrK,s. i.l., It. 1 fancy decorated and " ,.,,,, iV , I, c.,7 . . V I ! IV ' B yfj. - ,..','-;', ', ',' In.Uil. ..U l'ocketbook. with and with- Men's Black Cotton ll.lfll China Silk, all Shades, L rV5 A "TTI Kl O Q ,, k, k. 1'" !" I ,:"L 00 Tiry0" all bplashors, de..orat...l, .07 uut metal corner Herm-lorl dye. .uannUed fa.t 101 SOC. Is the Ordinary . lfl : lfl A I I MMUo. tiIfec8arklnbleached Mu8"n- ver Bkiru .Ho: A M"- lotHs i ;hbh,,(T a a Qr paph Mr'saiffifiv-taK.'JS price Jvyd. Jm Clearing sale from i r , , , , '"'"'j' ' '",H;" n 98 dl! dl '3l' WUI' and mode, fa I ata.n.e., 10. II ,,," n .. . . SS3C" 200 Lalio. Fn.t Wack IB TUC PRC AT C Al C flC K'Huda.id n-ld ''nndl,'.. 1ioo top. Imperial Photo FramM? fit '" a . , v ' , i, ,V ,, ' ' 2 c. and $1.00 Wool . Ar J $2.79 Per Roll or 8c. ,ard. OEwh ' M IHh UKtAI 5ALt Uh , fttii ...". -s .,,s- .05 MTT "t!Xl Drcss G()0js A QL i UPHOL STFRY AND BFDOiNR ' d- V;i-M-'1(JI A J C I Q ' ,.,.,. ' -28 i;;;;; ;-; rry:::::::::: Mr.rr,, ,,,, 'n vervflnt; ' 4vd Ul UrnULOILni RnU DLUUmO. Beautiful Line Crepe Cloth, In all -lll:11" TiJ0 tM I I W T 7 Silver-l'latod Tablespoons, CO r,,,.- Vhii. box of 100 29' quality, m m-ariet. black, blue, nr very fine, y U. H LacCurlain. flo pair up the evening shade. W W Wm Wm V j 4 dotn for .00,; , i: v. ..,.. box of 250 a4 ","?, TaJrSv J A fl Clwuille Curtains a.4K mQ anft Tj0jj. if. TAlt HK . o Silver-plated Knivos, each. . 15 1 BmboMl Choclwr box IO Men uprfinS nllh Cayh- QQ 50 pieces fine S -tf (1(1 M Otou.ll. r...... rvo, B8..CU T ' ' A RC hr, i n, . Copper-bottom Oval Wash , vDCPUK IM N iTIflM P' .-' "'""'. ' Velvets, in new M "" A Lluei.Hto.le.. 6x3 ft 88 up M . , -jr AtJ Continues. jo.ler, worth $1.10, for ft ' OrtUlflLO 111 HJIIUIIO. nW. Mm$i " .gftj . Fall and Winter , Window 1'oIm (complete. .10" yQ- 250 Ladies' Knit Jackets . i I 0 ... .., . ,. , oc . en . ea.'h , HI Fancy wik darter Kiatic. all col- ic ,, eiKht. Hiik'iinisb. made m AH shades, very desirable, A VU. 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