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CJ Big Delegations Appear at the
1 I Hearing Before Aldermanlo
Railroad Committee in Favor
I of the Port Chester Line
The Westchester and Boston
Project Is Declared to Be in
j I the Interest of the New Haven
A Railroad
It r
1 The main hall and the galleries of
I fh Aldermanlc Chamber were filled to
I day by residents of tho Ilronx and ad
rocAtei cf the Port Chester Railroad
1 Company which wants to build a road
V In tho nronx tn attend the adjourned
hearing before the Railroad Commit
4 Preeldent Ootrhall of the New York
and Port Chester Railroad was promt
iiently seated with his attorney Frank
Bulllvan Smith In the front row Pres
ident Kins of the Merchants Assoea
ton and presidents or tax and prop i
erty owners associations In the Bronx
In addition to a large delegation of
women also were present when Chair
man Haggerty announced the purpose
of the hearing
Lawyer Smith speaking for the Port
i Chester road declnrea that It did not
I want on foot of soil from the city
but privileges to cross or go under cer
tain streets In the Bronx lIe laid
tress on the failure of the Board of
Estimate to require that the Westches
ter and Boston road run Its line dir
eotly to the Harlem River Instead of
1 topping nt the Southern Boulevard
Want to llnlld Complete Line
j Wo dont propose to curtail one foot
of our road In the Bronx but to build
n rond from the Connecticut line to
> the Harlem River said Mr Smith
John B McDonald the WIzard of the
r I Subway Is ready to go TtUoad nnd
build the Port Chester road ns sopn ai
t the city grants Its permit t
A President William F King of the
Merchants Association Informed the I
1 committee that tim Merchants Associ
ation represented a large number of
Business men In the Ilronx who were
desirous of having the Port Chester
Railroad built
Thomas A McKennell a member of
the Board nf Aldermen of Mount Ver
non said that while ho did not presume
In addressing the committee to represent i
the city ot Mount Vernon he Icnew that I
tho building nf the Port Chester rood
meant tho establishment of great bull
ness Interests in Mount Vernon as well
OP tho Bronx
John P Cohalan representing R
Bronx propertyowners association
speaking In behalf of the Westchester
Railroad said ° We In the Bronx are
not all In favor of the Port Chester be
nOse we believe that tim Port Chester
road Is being speculated with by Mr
Golshall Its President and those in
terested with him
Mr lohalan defended Dick Rob
inson bankers who are financiering
tho Westchester road avlng that their j
financial ruling was A No I I
lloro npiioflltlou to Port ChAt I
T C Press of the Chester District I
Alliance also speaking In opposition to
the Port Chester Road said thatthe
association he represented was unani I
mously In favor of tile Westchoster line
line AVIlUnm A Cokeley President of the I
Chester District Allltncc also spoke
for the Westfi tor road I
Upon the reeelpt of a letter from I
former AssNtnit District Attorney
James W Oshorne rcqiicMlng nn ad
journment until ho could he heard III
opposition to tho Port Chester apnll
r cation The committee adjourned the
hearing to Julv 11
The Board of Aldermen will next Tues
flay consider the application of the New i
York Westchester and Boston Railroad
S S for n franchise Today the hoard re
ceived formal notification thnt the Board
S of Ksiiinitn all l Apportionment liiill
passed favoiably on the conditions nfl
A tiic frunchlse The IKIII thereupon i
designated next Tuesdiy for the special
consideration of the franehNc
A communication WaR received from
President JIll ITII of I
ate Ilronx nsklng1
the hoard not to act liastllv The coin I
munlcntlon was ulncei on me
drokrr AVln VnuUlicil uncle mill
Splln UxclmiiKc Mont
A Fountain Westervelt of ITacken
Mck X J the stock broker who mys i
teriously dfsippearcd from his home
l S on June II the eve of his wcJdlng to
d Miss Florence AV Olmstoad today vis
ited the Wall
street district and au
Sliorlzed the sale of his scat upon tho
Consolidated Stock exchange which i
will bring him between flM and JlWO
To his friends Westervelt admitted
if that he had been In Rcglna Xorthwest
oi Territory Can nnd that he had re
turned last Friday to che homo of his
sister Mrs 11 L Bnrtow In Hackcn
Miss Olmstmd Is now nt Atlantic
Clty recovering from tho shock which
oIIhe sufrored at the sudden departure ot
her Intended husbind
Wheat opened lower today with trail
Ing dull The chief feature seemed to I
I e a set of bearish cables Corn started
quiet about steady I
New Yorks opening prices were July I
wheat S3b September S3 December
Chicagos opening prices were DC
comber whent > U 38 July S5 3S to
15 5S September SO 34 to TO 7S to SO 38
to SO 31 July coin 47 5S to 47 34 Sep
Vjnber 4 s 14 to 4S 38
New Yorks closing prices were
WheatJuly 8918 September 84 5M
Oeccmher S4 58 CornJuly 63 68
boptcmbcr M 38 to 53 12
Chicagos closing prices were Wheat
July M 34 to M 7S September 80 1K
to SO 6S December k038 to bOl2 May
8234 Corn June 47 5S July H 78 to
4 8 September 4S 14 to 4S 38 DIcm
tier 44 18 to 44 14 May 41 68
I Edward Dewitt Walsh a former memo
D her ot the Stock Exchange who sold
his seat on tho exchange about eighteen
months ago Is reported today to have
bought tim exchange membership of I
Philip London It Is void that Walsh I
paid 160000 for Ui aat j
Metropolitan Leads the List
with a Fair Gain While Atch
Ison and Canadian Pacific
Share the Favor
Metropolitan Street Railway wa the
feature of the stock market today
and pave aomn Uf to the dull trading
that was the rule throughout There
was n fair demand for the Issue which
closed with a point gain The list gen
erally was fractionally higher
Atchlson preferred Canadian Pacific
and Consolidated Oaji advanced 12 per
There was a Uttle pressure on Steel
preferred It closing oft a ehade Den
ver RIo Grande Illinois Central On
tario Western Rock Island and Steel
common were unchanged
The bond market closed very dUll
The total sale of stoclts were HJIOO
shares mid of brd JItitW
The doming Quotation
TVxlays ntirheat lowest and cjojtor prices
and not chamrea from yesterday closing
price or from lut recorded sat are ai
foflowli Net
hIfr 1 Low Cbs eilve
Aznal Oopoer ni io 40 41ft
Am R A n 01 4t n
Am fl R of 11110 hit 0
Am Sugar 1O IZG Ol IZGIi +
Am Suirar pf 12t IZS II
Atch T 8 F P4 72 s
A T Ilr Ill 011 iKi + i
Halt A Ohio 70 70 mt
lirook R T 4S 47 48 oO
Can Pacific i24 12tI 124 + I
The Ohio 3O5 iO4 JOlt
Chic M kat P U2j U24 I42S
Consol Cm 1114 lilt 104 + 4
Hen 8 Rio O 2t 21 21
Krle 23 4 23 3 1
fir Central 132 182 182
Louis A Nash 1MI Io05 IflO q
J1 Ir
Met Becurttlei 741 7OL =
Met St fLit IOIlt 107 lOO 4 1q
Mo K T pf 30 86 Mt 3
Mo Pacific 112 02n 021 4
Norfolk West r 55 51
Ont West 2f1 2fl4 20 110
P nni > > lranla hat7 Un 1ilO 4
Iroploo iaa IIn UH OJ l
teadlne 17 410 4l4
nock Inland 2o 2O ° 20f
South roclflo 4011 4511 4 r
South Hnllwny 21 211 f 21 + ti
Teen O A I i 83 81
fnlon raclflc SS R4 FN =
11 B leather 11 6 o4 14
P S Rteel 014 O4 oil 14
T 8 Steel rf 801 cfi4 cats Io
Vets Un Tel il7 7 sr
Wl C irftl pf h 874k h + 4
+ Ad anee Decline
Prlcr of Dee Goes Up Airnln
Lack of supply In the live cattle mar
kot In Chicago Is given as the CaUse I
of a slIght advance over the closing I
prices of last week In the beef market
here I
An agent of a Western packing homo
Mid that only JflOOO cattle had come I
Into the yards while from 25000 to 30000
was the uiirnl expectation This he
said Indicated that prices would probe
ahlv KO higher before the end of the
week I
Mutton lamb and veal are a trifle
lower and pork has advanced slightly
The late afternoon prices were July
1031 August 1032 September 972 Oc
tober 9K November SE4 December
SW January Bfifi
The local cotton market opened weal
today with prices 6 M Z4 points lowei I
July and Augist were particularly de
prrse by active unloading from pit
source Thers scented to be a disposi I
tion to cover at the decline however
and prices after the call began to re i
cover The South bought October and
commission house had orders that
leemed to be of the investment ort
mostly In new crops
The opening prices were June 1040
bid July 1045 to 1047 August 1044
bid September 97 to 978 October
OC4 to SC5 December 963 to 964 Jan
uary 984 bid
t LqxA TI Vt
My name U not
Huayadl only
Itmyadi Jfiass
the original only
KCBulne and re
liable HBasarl
ao Natural
It removes and prevents
Biliousness and Lazy Liver
DIRECTIONS Drink half a
glass on triiinj In the morning
Reunite are certain
f The Unusual Store
Bamboo Stool
with round Inlaid Bamboo top 18
Inches high 16 Inches top
at 100
worth 250
The proper gift for the friend that
sails away
A Vantine Steamer Basket
A AVantineCo
Dwny Bet 18th cc 19th Sts
L AH Can go direct or
by tramfer to our doorLJ
H a o i
Broadway > Graham and Flushing Ayes Brooklyn
I Wednesday
As Always
Reduction Day
I CbildrensDresses50 I
1 Jcss than Half Price i
i Wash Dresses chambray
j oxblood blue and gray
I trimmed with two tows of Hercules
braid from the shoulder down and cuffs
I braid trimmed Worth 125
r L25 Wrappers 69c
All lightcolor material in
I these house dresses and I
theyre mari with yoke and shoulder
ruffles skirt made full with flounce and
trimmed with narrow braid Remarka
bly rood Talue at 125 FOR Q
Great Sale of Belts
I Weve grouped together crush
I leather crush silk wash and I
the new style leather bellstbe kind i
that are held together behind by small
straps fastened with brass buttons and
that come in black brown champagne
and red The fanciest buckles are on
many and every one is gotten up in ex
quisite taste In the lot are value rang
ing from SOc to 98c FOR REDUC
TION DAY choose from
them all for 25 c
r 149 Handbags 25c
II They comprise what still re
main from our recent import
I ant handbag sales Theyre all of red
i Spanish moroccolned with moresatln
and each holding a change purs and I
I card case Women have readily pail
I 149 for bags like these earKcr In the
season Weve marked them down
I the ridiculously price each 25
co t
ittiY f ii
Early Closing store
will close all day Monday July
4 and at noon Fridays there
after during July and August I
I Open Saturdays usual
I White Petticoats 89c
Well worth 125
Thousands of petticoats like
these have sold at 125 and
have proven good purchase Theyre
of fine quality muslin with deep lawn
ruffle three clusters of tucks and fin
jibed with raffle of embroidery and duit
ruffle FOR l
mark them all at the ipecial QQ
price O7C
Corset Covers fine nainsook low
neck gathered at waist and prettily
trimmed with fancy val lace regular
Flags for
Independence Day
If youre buying flags to fly
on Independence Day see that
you get them in regular sizes and with
the full complement of stars Thats
what youll find in all these Hags I
They are too of standard allwool
bunting and their prices are lower I 1
than youll be asked to pay for the ir
regular and incomplete kind
2x3 ru long G2c I 0x10 ft long II 1O I
8xS ft lone 115 I 8x12 ft tong 440
Ixft ft 10n1IJI1 10x13 ft long O UI
rxs ft long 220 I ix4 ft Ionir 1O4I
Cotton Bunting Flags each mounted
staff fast colon 24 inches
on < w
long > UC
36 inch el long 16
Mas on Fruit ars4 7 c
iir < i Kn f
Worth SOc
Thinking of preserve time
Heres a hint worth attention
Mason fruit JIM porcelainlined caps
and rubber rings per dozen A j
pints or quarts TTC
61T1 AYE vi2 IB 221 STREETS I French Dyeing and Cleaning
A new department thoroughly
I equipped to serve you bestand
D A I cheapest No matter what your re
S quirements may bt thli Is the place
KID GLOVES bought In the store
I during June July and Au gust will be
Prices Cut on Trunks and Bags
Through some very fortunate purchasesfrom makers who supply our regular
hneswe have some unusual bargains to offer tomorrow and this week in both
Trunks and Bags Part of the story follows If you have travel needs better
I attend to them this week
Sole Leather Dress Suit Cases
22 and 24 Inch
At 389
Mad of HItooJ nut ij I leather
iirn sewed handle i tn M spring lock
eutetit strap or catches thr itti
hinge steel frame ol leather cor
ncr all rlvlted ln ld atr Mi linen
lined The body of cue Ie md et Ont
Vise of leather
Dress Trunk
Our touo All
Around th World
2V In SO In
485 525
2Sin loin
565 600
14 in IS In 40 III
650 675 725
flronly made and riveted Iron bound
breAst trlnunlnci can > u colored full
muaUn lined two strong heavs straps I
around ouulan etron twit and hinge < I
strong eenlceable lock idltiru maple
wood slats This la the Ideal Trunk for
any one wanting a good Trunk at a
low price
IronClad Dress Trunks
8In 30 In
255 2J85
B2in Stin
315 345
all In
rnUNTCS CunMiioovtreO Iron entr
bind malleable INn demO and corn
boU with
no r brut lock tronc
lift sleet hinges troni handle Iron
Mioo tmnitthenfJ with three cleat
four rock elm atitt on top and two on
tldM an1 MId one tray
IronClad Steamer Trunks
ta la Min 82 ta It In M in
225 255 285 315 345
English Centre Cases
8Ts4 Of solid oS
leather hand
ew4 two oullld
trapo l brass lock
S 0 tronE handl
linen lined viry
I flesh finished and
troiujl nude alto
Ilnch at 895
Half Price ToMorrow for a Hundred
Fine China Dinner and Tea Sets
When you can buy a 48piece Dinner Set for 295 or
a hundredpiece set for 695 theres hardly any need to be without
dishes These
J are decorat
ed too
which adds a
bit to their
a attractive
jJ A a t ness Fink thin
decorated with n mall iitul very pretty rosebud IIaUcrn wIth lo1d tracing
on the handles
48piece Dinner Sets Worth 6for 295
These sets comprise six each of Dinner Tea and Soup Plates Individual But
ters Fruit Saucers Cups and Saucers also one covered Vegetable DIsh one
Open Baker one Meat Dish olio Pickle Dish nnd one GravY Boat
100piece Dinner Sets I Worth 1350 for 695
These comprise 12 each of Dinner Soup and Tea Plates Individual Butters
Fruit Saucers Cups and Saucers two covered Vegetable Dishes one Butter
Dish one Open Baker one Gravy Boat one Pickle Dish
Solid Oak or Golden Oak Ex
Dining tension Tables open to 6 feet Finely
made and finished Sold here o QC
regularly at 550 Tomorrow O 73
Golden Oak Dining Chairs cane seats
Room and spindle backs Regularly nf
135 Tomorrow 7UC
Golden Oak Dining Chairs cane box
seats panel backs i regularly < TO
5225 Tamorrow >
Golden Oak Sideboards 42 In long
one large and two small drawers also
Prices two Tomorrow cupboards for Regularly 13 X3U
Sample Rockersa hundred one of a
kind highly polished Regularly 350
CUT to S12 Choose them tomorrow at 2
I to S7
Some JO Refrigerators ToMorrow
at698 Some J Ones at 898
This week Saturday we begin to
count up stock the less Refrigerators there are
the better well be suited So radical reduc
S tions go into effect tomorrow Youll probably
be in time for them if you come Thursday
but tomorrow will give you best assortment
Our No 31 made for us by the Alaska Refrigerator Company and named
PeTect Tt lnrhMwldi ITtoJnrhes deep antl Wi Inches high holAi 45
poumHof lo ITo iia R brrn tin price tormirrmv at if < lTOM
Our No 534 apartnunt IIOUPK style both doors open In front J4 Inches
wide ISJnchos deep nnd M Inches hlKliholilH Bo pounds of Ice Tiniaa
bocn the price tomorrow choose nt S1IR
High Grade Groceries Below the
Cost of Commoner Sorts
Coffc Mooha and Ten Itlifd Knullih t JIa tnt Ilncon
Jots a superior blend Drcakfiut O o Ion 1 5 Bwlfta Mltclc1 unar
4 rich mild flavor fe Ceylon a specIal Ini cured II a m Omull
IlKhtful aroma the iwrlatlon of iw croi > lici or Inn urtpii
regular price I 2c nampli roe old 10 Honrltu listen mill
lb for this we sc hfr < at Me and iw 3 w ret flavor the hoi
I make the price 1C1 O Ui for thin nit lOj In the market for this
MIIO 3 lbs 050 10 Jl 110 a Its C
lb lllo non lb tV Hum Ib ll4n
Iticon lb slot
Collre Ftneet Maracalbo Ten Tetiea India Cry
ucellent flavor and aroma Ion lllxnl or Oolone No
unuAiiv mid at 2Oclh i n per lb nor Potted or Devilled
epectal 5 Ibm 7hte Inc > rutrllln Ilrady M eat TiirUrr 0 lb tin To
lb CnfTre Our apeclal blend breakfast foixl regular bllord Href Armour1
price Uc Dkif our price t lb tlni Uic
Java Ii cntn
Mocha and 11 like 1Mc eke f > i
poied of the finest ralei litinrlt lOfln54ikd
liiiirhron Ilrrf Ar
Java of choice and Old Arabian Oovernmint Mocha inourn I Ih tin lto reeiv for us e U lb linn
and li told here regular y llrtlllPil ii r Iotlril T lie
at 3oc Ih fr this C i I Ionicuc Arinoura XI Iiranil ii nt extra a to c IvrumlJ
the price has lieen relUI lb tins 70 Packed red quality haml
to 4 lbs M Oil Ih7e IottPil or rjrvllleil iurce can rrjrillarlr 5re extra iold
Hre orWlieut PInkr Hum or InnuiK for at 12o con aneflal don
Old Orllt Mllli UruKl Snnilwlclmn U lb lllc can 8c
the ten Summer breukfant tin dozn > lnc canlo
food la loaf of Old Orlit hen luRf Armour I Icn Kncor hrnnd
Mllle tiread free Tlth ejjjh Ib tins SIte aurrt lender sugar lee
nirchase 2 T1k e new back alb cnn re
Ilonccl Turkey Ai duced from 12c to per dou
mourN 1lb cam rn lit TTIMl Klnot li II Ic can He
duced from SOc to mr gln Cr iunfry the hOst Corn 4ream of Sunaue
con UK I inidi fruh pure and I hanntt fHncv sties It
t > nrnaru Tina Vic iveel rlb stone corn wset ami tender
tory brand nowjwuk IH truck tl II lb can don SI In
cana dos > 1 r canine can 1 Sr
Sale Ten Million Boxes aYear
25 c SOc
I iJ i ti ijd i i I c
Straw Travelling Bags
and Telescope Cases
Japaneie Basket Veav
very popular beau
ot their llxhtneas and
great durability Our
own Importation and
offered at a great may
itronjclr made and Until tn weight
W in 12 in I4jn 16 in IS ±
I5c 25c 39c 49c 69c
with two handles
110 in 12 tn Jim 15 in 16 n
55c 79c 98c 125 149
TKIESrOIR l KnTfl with itrape
and strong leaf ti handlet
18 in 20
in 22 It
69c 95c 125
24 in 26 m
149 Tf59
All the good kinds are shown here
from DISc to 9000 each
Very fine Macrame Cord Hammocks
natural color at 175
With full ValancePillow and
Spreader 205
Let Us Furnish
Your Slip Covers
Fivepiece Slip Coversmade
to fit your furniture allowing 20
yards of the heaviest and best of
materials delivery guaranteed be
fore July 1st Not to be com
pared with the inferior qualities ad
vertised by others The FIVE
for DOb
Extra large size heavy Crochet Bed
Spreads pretty patterns hand < Q
made knotted fringe value 225 > O7
NAPKINSheavy satin damask Urge
size regular f4oo dozen at
dozen 298
Large size Crochet Bed
Spreads <
hemmed ends at 1 OC
Bathing Suits
Womens Bathing Suits of all wool
Flannel all navy blue trimmed with
white braid sizes 34 to 44 i vn
Value 325 Special at 2 27
Misses and Girls Bathing Suit In
sizes 4 to 16 fine Urilliantlne with
sailor collar of contrasting color
Blue or black Value f 4 50 QQ
Special at 47Q
Womens Bathing Suits of Black Brll
llantlne large sailor collars Also
shirtwaist effects All sizes A AQ
Value 5650 Special at 44o
Womens Bathing Suit in Blue or
lack nrllliantine large duck sailor
collar and revers prettily trimmed
with braid All sizes Value j A c
tS Special at O 4O
Sheets and Pillow Cases
Less than cost of materials by
the yard i bleached standard I
sheeting ironed ready for use
Sinplc Beds 39c
34 Bed Size 49c
Double Bcd 59c I
Extra Large 69c
P171OW Cists t
Bleached 45x36 0c I
I Heavy soft finish 45x36 12yc
Hemstitched very fine 14Ac
2000 Hair Switches
28 inch at
A fortunate purchase
of almost two thousand
Hair Switchesmanu
factured to sell at from
4 to 8alfords you
some of the best bar
gains ever offered In
this Rne of goods to
A long switch Is neces
sary to make The latest
couture and dress the hair
low on the neck These
are not only long but very
part f row CAPITAL In iivcrtl ln
HtTtatitirt or Jour PROFIT In more ed
meat 9ert or f r FXTRA PROFIT In
I IItaCb dcrtlotft
54 7 > u will
I i Make More Money
I The Tat WANT mnECTOlU with
1 he SUNDAT WOULD reaches Kt lest
iOOVO more i > eopl iran SIP other RUC
I e6l1OUJ New York Want medium
enonS <
i ki rJ i
V < < TAU
A Wonderful Sale of Mens 1
Good Shoes at 175 a Pair 3
Every pair of shoes in the assortment bears
a standard name and reputation and every 4 1
man knows their quality and merit not a pair
that isnt
e 1
Worth 250 and 350 o7J J8
Theyre of velour vici kid colt and I
patent leathers lace and Oxford styles 4fr varfa
in four different popular toe shapes Sixes 5 rfT
L to 10 widths C D and jij j iH
rE special for Wednesday
I per pair 1600
Mnln rioor 80th St Section k
n 0 Chiffon Cloth Waists r I Jo li i
oiA If
Deduced to 500 ToMorrow a I srrros I
A chance in a hundred for the buying of an exquisite dress waist il oj > n iiA ban 11 <
it a remarkably small price I ii IM > 1
Theyre all samples made of fine quality white fi f f J l > noi y
hiflon cloth beautifully trimmed with dainty lace in 5 0 V > trfjiOj k
fc t
< and j
ertings medallionsall iev models Choose at r j
Sample Waists 498 598 698 and 5798 I ZI el < i
Made of excellent quality loulsine and peau de cygne all ehboratel > r n I
trimmed with medallions and lace insertIons theyre a little soiled from o I
nindllng or theyll sell for from J7 to 511 I Jt l
Pretty Madras Waists 98c
In solid colors effectively striped and tiqured sizes 34 to 46 A goo I
i weight for mountain or seashore wear 7
V n1 Floor 5Hth RI Section
Beautiful Lace Spangled
Robes at Exactly Half Price
Heres an unheirdof opportunity of buying an exquisite lace or
spangled robe at half usual prices and that means the price it is
narked now which in ilsell is remarkably low
Only 68 robes In the lotso we advise earliest possible selection
998 White Lace and Black Spanned Robes for 4 49
1150 White and Cream Lace Robes for 575 i
1498 WhIle and Cream Lace and Black Spanfled Robes 749
1998 White Lace and Black Spangled Robes for 999
2498 White and Cream Lace Rcbis for 12 49 1
5998 Elaborate Black Lace Robes for 3000
Main Floor rOth SL Section
Special Sale of Boys 11 and J
1125 Negligee Shirts at 50c U S
Tlie renowned Griffon brand
shirts for boys J
TIleY are of the finest woven I
madras corded madras Tuxedo Z J
I cords and softfinished percales in
i S > > plaited and plain bosom 1111 j
S r < 1 with separate link cuffs some 11
I z < with cuffs attached 1 I
a Choice of light medium and dark 384flj J
colorings In all the newest and pret
tiest designs tomorrow at 50c each i t OiI 15Y4 j
All from 11 ½ to laalldo o
sizes 14 lIO EtJI
Early selection Is advisable as the lot will undoubtedly go In quick order c noMgB 1
s inoatm
No mail orders filled j
Main Floor 00th St section
Two Furniture Bargains I
Dak Tables 45c Oak Tabourets 25c J
Either one of these items is a 1i °
Stao bargain wholly unmatchable
I The sharp moneysavings will
appeal most forcefully to any f
one interested in the buying of a
such furniture
The tables are of solid oak i J
or mahogany finish with 16 I
inch tops turned legs and lower
THe tabourets are In golden and weathered
Not more than two of each sold to a customer No mail or I J
C O D orders filled
Fourth Floor
ToMorrows Special List of
Groceries Wines and Liquors
Every item marks moneysavings of acute Importance to the
Miuewife who seeks quality with pricelittleness a marked feature
If you cant come for these write or telephone 640 Plaza Is the number i
rulnted 511gnr Zn Zn
run 11 Glnirar Jg Olive oil h
finest Krrnch
Not Ihnn i tIm rrn Iii
more I 1InnlN poor pkA I our vera lame rae bot LI
I 5 cuntanr pr4 e Urln llUvult 7c tie nnci our7A 1
110 I pkg for < C large toe bottle wTlw
I iliun Ilriiiii Very 8c Gllhn Cracker KlnutlnK Toilet Sent J
fine 2H can or llnltrr Thin 7c While Ribbon brand
lirlr Inin rriifl Qn I pki made by Swift 6 Co
uw j
> ery fine 2lb can Cocoanut 16c eilrc tin qunllty > s
0 ruckrra Ft ic lOc ruiiiiN per lb atJ Ira largo So cake 3e
Suvlono per lb e bnnllne Excellent 1m for < JC 1
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