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iO THE EVENING WORLD u THURSDAY JULY 91908 n
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WALL STBROKER
11 FATALLY HURT BY
I ii FALL SA0M TRAIN
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i L R J Faulkner Topples from a
I Car in the BronxDies I
M f h I in Fordliain Hospital
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r h MYSTERY IN THE CASE 1
r Relatives Did Not Know He
t Had Planned to Take a
I Trip Out of Town
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H J Faulkner a wealthy broker
iw1th offices at No IS Wall street fell
rom a New York Central train al Two
hundred and Sixteenth treet and
Webster avenue the Bronx this after
boon and was mortally hurt lie died 1
In Fordham Hospital How Mr
Faulkner Came to fall from the train
U a mystery nor have the rollce been
able to earn what train h < fell from
That he should have been on nnv
train was a Brent surprise to his wife
and chlidion Till nuilknirs the
I broker his wife four daughter and a
J son occupy a handsome lirjwnstona
house at No 28 West One Hundred I
an1 Second street i
When nn Evening World reporter I
made Inquiries there this afternoon a I
iervant said that Mr Faulkner had left
the house saying that he was going
downtown to his office His wife and
daughters had been summoned to the i
hospital a tel minutes before
They had been amazed to hear that
he was Injured by falling from a train
They learned by telephone that he had i
Dot been to his office i
i Inquiries st the place where the
broker was picked up elicited the
Information that he was seen hy four
workmen to fall from n southbound
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train of the Harlem Division of tire
New York Central His skull was
f Crushed and he was rushed to the I
f JHospltal
f lOne of the workmen who saw Mr
TNiulkner fall said that It had seemed
to hhn that he wan on the platfirm lie
U jtween two cars when he suddenly top
rl pled out In the cut falllns slufi of the
tl an > teps and onto the Ira ok
jjt MOTHER BURNED WHILE i
f TRYING TO SAVE BOY
b ThreeYearold Child Will Die of
f Injuries Sustained Playing
With Matches
Dying from burns about the face
hands neck and body the result of his
jclothine catching lire thmugi pliyiiic
with matches Charles Hook three
Jears old of No 793 Columbus avenue
vas taken to the J Hood Wright Mo
Ipltal this afternoon
J His mother xtay thlrtyelsht years
bId was badly Burned aiout tie hands
while trying to put out the name
10While Mrs Hook was In a front room
the boy got hold of a box of matches
He lighted several and his cloth
caught fire His criij brought his
toother who tried to put out the flames
When she succeeded the boy was un
conscious and Mrs Hooks scream
brought neighbors
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NEBRASKA OFF TO JOIN FLEET
SAN FRANCIS July 9roe hat
Jeshlp Nebraska of HIP AUanl tlppl
Which was detained In uiranlln mi
account of m outbreak of varol
ever on hoard having been tii > irou hv
fumigated sailed today lo rejoin nip
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fleet At Honolulu
P ERlLIN POISON
PINS
INS JEST TO MANY
MEN OE STANDING
Dr Uilsoiis Letters if Ad
mitted llill Involve Physi
cians in Big Scandal
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CHECK STUBS TELL TALE
Detectives Now Working on
Theory That Murderer Was i
OldTime Acquaintance
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Cpeci11 to The Evening World
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PII11 DKUJHIA July Interest In
the Wilson poisoning cane now centroi
In the inquest to he held tomorrow
which Is eXI4ctloj to develop a sensa I
tion H U probable that some of the
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letters and private papers of tho mur I
den physician may be admitted ae
evidence and It so n number of Phila
delphia doctors If not actually drawn
Into the case will at least be smirched
A man who claimed to have seen the
private papers of Dr Wilson says
that sttibf in a checkbook showed that
he had paid money to several reputa
ble physicians here This man added
that It the letters and other communl
ctons were ever published a scandal
would ensue which would Involve well
known practitioners In this city and vie
clnlty
The letters that 1 saw h e added
are only part of Dr Wilsons corre
spondence Nearly all of his patients j
were > omen some poor others rich I
Two ot them were from Kentucky
The letter received yesterrtar by Fred
Dtickmin the expressnan who received
the poisoned bottle of Ue for transmli
slon to I r Wilson was forwarded Iro
medlatelv to the Pollc DtparUncnt
Tille the oollct will not give out tin
text of the letter It Is known that the
writer Htate that Buokmon must be
er careful not to Identify any one as
tlie man who sent the poisoned jx ck
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Bee
I BeeThe writer also states that the twllce
wHl never ret the rlifht man and that
further search Is iiipleps i
The Federal officers arc nsiWIns the
pnllnp In running down the stndcri of
the anonymous letter The postal in
spectors nave been on the case from
the very beginning that Is sine It
was definitely established that Dr
Wilson had fallen a victim to he In
genious plot of an enemy They may
also be called upon to trace the let
ters from Dr Wilsons patients A
number of these were found In ills
home and although they were not
signed It Is believed that the postal
authorities may be able to Identify the
writers
Some of the detoctlves on the case
are working on new theories one of
which Is that the murderer may have
been some one connected with the
earlier life of Dr Wilson perhaps some
one who knew him under his real name
William II Friehorf
HELD IN LONG BRANCH
FOR BROOKLYN POLICE
ifjwla to Th 7eninit World
I IONO BRANCH N J July 9
Ticimi Farraro thirtyfive years old
was arrested on Broadway here today
and is now in the lunc Branch Jail
Hi Is said to be nnntcd liy the
iiitnrilii of Brooklyn N V In con
sedan ulti a shiwtiiiR affair that 01
turret some time ago He had been
wheeling a stnet oran hero and in
the vicinity for a 011 pip of weeks
l ° lire fapt l iyinn Is holding him
pending action b > the Brooklyn author
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INANS AMERICAN
WTIES
TIES IN OLYMPIC
SHOOTpTBISLEY
DoubleShot Contest Results I
in Good Marksmanship by
Our Representative i
liSLE July DDull weather with a
treacherous wind threatened early this
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morning to Interfere with the opening I
of the Olympic rllle shooting contests
Hy noon time however the weal her
had Improved and some good scoring
was recorded In the SCOmetre team com
petition and In the Individual single and
double shot matches with sunning deer
as a targot The United States Is not
represented In the team competition but
In the Individual matches Walter Vi
none appeared for America
Wlnans scored 21 In the singleshot
competition at a running deer The
highest score made thus far Is H by
llankln an Englishman The highest
possible scoro Is 40 In the doubeshot
competition Wlnans tied with Hankln al
b the highest made thus far The high
est possible la this contest Is SJ The
tie will be shot off tomorrow
The lOWjatd individual competition
In which several Americans competed
wa won by Col Hilner an KnglNlinun
with a score of 9S out of a possible 1 < X
Sohwann of Sweden won fie god
medal for the single shot doer com
petlion with a score of 2 i Rankin
and Hoser another Dngmhnun te 1
for jMiond and third places with sores
of e4
UECKSCHER LEAVES
DAUGHTERS 100
Bulk of Estate Goes to Nieces
and Nephews of Dead
Turfman
The will of John 0 Heokscher with
two codicils attached was lied In the
Burrwrates office today hv Wlldred 1
Worcester assistant secretary of the
United Trust Company which Is named
as sole executor
Mr Heck cher two daughters Em
cline D Wlnthrop wife nf EKTton L
Winthrop President of the Board of
Education and Oeorslana McClellan
wife of Mayor McClellan are left but
J1CO each
Mrs Virginia Otis Heckscher tne
widow Is left all his household furni
ture and jewelry WO < W In cash and the
Income of a trust fund of IIOOCO She
Is given power to dispose of the prin
cipal by her will
Mr Hckfcher left to the New York
Puhllc Library his entire library bu
revved this in a codicil and directs
that the collection shall be old by
either public or private sale and the
pro eeds divided Into tire shares of
which Mrs Hekscher Is to have two
and his brother the remaining share
St Roses Tree Home for Incurable
Cancer at No IM Cherry street Is let
G o as Is also the testators friend
1apt William H Emory of the tnlt d
Stale Navy
The residue of the p tate Is In he
divided equally between liii thren
nephews and two nuve John C Wll
nifNllns E Foster Wllinerdlns John
P TV Sautes Malldi Van Renssa
laer and Georcina Hociibeic who nlsn
rereli a sriortllt > hi > qusst of Ifl
eaih
FOUND SKULLS IN FIFTH AVE
Uiirlinrti I nrnrlli Iliinilin Iliinrn
In MPUIT IJtriM nllnii
Will Ixuivitlnc for a SIMMM at
1iflli iixpiwp and TwintypUlli flrocl
this nftMrnonn several workman re
i rived a rude jar when they due init
if lh earth two Krliininq human
sk nLs
After the echo of their excitement
lad died away they got busy again
and Fiiivpiilei In iiinarthliiK several
other bones that may have belonged
to our ancestors of the long ago The
relies were removed to the Morgue
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TWO HEAT VICTIMS
David Ilnrrlp llftyfour years old llv
Ins nt the Mills Hotel No Z Ithlngton
and KVrsytli streets was overcome by
the heat ni Seventeenth street and Sev
enth avenue ii nfternoon and was
taken to the Now York Hospital
Thomas Hlntul eighteen months old
if No 4O Wjt Tilrtyllrst street dlt > l
this afternoon from the effects of tho
heat of tle past few days
wa Ilfr i
BLUE
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Women should understand that
melancholia commonly called the
blues is in nine times out of ten
a sure symptom of some serious
female organic Jerangement and
should have immediate attention
Women whose spirits are
depressed and who are ailing
and miserable should rely Main
LYDIA E HAMS
VEGETABLE COMPuUND
as is evidenced by following letters
Mrs F Kll > vtirth of Mayville
N Y writes to 1lrs Pinkhani
For three years I was in an awful
despondent and nervous condition
caused by female troubles I was not
contented anywhere and was in such
constant fear that something terrible
was going to happen that it seemed as
though I should lose my mind Lydia
E Pinklums Vegetable Compound has
restored my health and I cannot say
enough for it
Mrs Man J Williams of Bridge
port 111 writes to Mrs Pinkhani
I have been suffering from a female
trouble backache and headaches and
was so blue that I was simply in despair
I eel it mv duty as well as my pleasure
to tell you that Lydia E Plnkhams
Vegetable Compound cured me The
change in my appearance is wonderful
and I wish every suffering woman
nuld try it
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN
For thirty years Lydia E Pink
hams egetable Compound made
from roots and herbs has been the
standard remedy for female ills and
has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements intlammatinn ulcer
atinn irregularities periodic pains
backache Why dont you try in I
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l j I The Arrival of This SemiAnnual Clearance Sale Marks IL
t III I One of the Greatest Events in the Annals of Merchandising VIII Iii Ill
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11 MEN S SUITS t I 7 I IuI i i l I I
Reduced from 15 18 20 22 W I l i I I I
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The time h c ne whenin accordance with the fixed and invariable I
policy of this establishmentall suits must be disposed of no matter how
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p I great the loss entailed Profits are no longer thought of in tact in many I I I
I I instances cost has been entirely disregarded III III il igill
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I I A drastic measure to adoptthis Involved are the smartest models in 1 IiI Eli
l III ruthless curtailing of prices but one the bt ighl colorings that ore the vogue
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I i that wilt positively attain the end in Every suit in this ale was made up Iii
i view Owing to the fact that our stocks this seasonthe product of our own i i II
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P I Ii ct present are unu ually large the manufacturing organization assur I IIII1
it Ili II r possibilities of choice are unlimited ing the best tailoring designing and fit I ht I
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K H Attractions Are Their
Macy Cos Low Prices
Store open daily Please Use Blue
Transfer Cards
from 8 AM to 6 P
win you make pur
M excepting Satur chaises in more than TWO
day during July J departments and expect
to take them with you
and August when
Use RED CARDS when
we close at noon are to be delivered I
Bway at 6th Av 34th to 3Stk Ste goods
fYl9rYS I1
Mens 200 to 300 Negligee Trimmed Millinery Department
Shirts Iloor
129
leO8 lurnlshlnfn Dept Miln F ni Sttti St CLEARANCE SALE
7200 NEC JUG 11 SHIRTS made offr line qtnlity woven and
printed madrasa great many imported fabrics are included in this 1
lot They are coat model Shirts with attached culls in all sizes AT YZ PRICE
from 14 to iii regularly sold by others at 200 to 300 each I
Of French models English Walking Hats and productions oj
Our tf I Our
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P Special i J > 1 29 I Special our own Workrooms
Sppeclal fc r Sppeclal Formerly 510SO to 5 IQ9 Now 396 to 1089
flce j l Price rl
Included in the above lot are a few hundred Cluett Shirts in
Sunday broken sizes only all that remains of the Shirt Sale advertised last I French HandMade Lingerie Blouses
2d Floor
I n Addition
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS made of genuine Soiscttea highly mercerized Clearance of our entire stock of French HandMade Lingerie
fabric that washes better than silkwith neckbands or attached collars Blouses of French batiste mercerized lawns and fine Swisses Inv
special at 144
specI hciYlci t serted with German al laces handembroidered fronts with
NEGLIGEE sHiRrs nude M white pongee silk with neckbands or at or
tached collar regularly sold at 5500 our special price 300 dainty medallions in thirty litTer nt models I
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS made of silkmixed fabrics neat colorings
stripes Former Prices 340 to 241
and checks with neckband or attached collar special at 244
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS made of flannel in plain colorings stripes and Reduced to 495 749 and 924
checks with neckband or attached collar at 144 8198 244 and 448
MENS BELTS various leathers and buckles in black tan and gray at Womens Silk Princess Slips 549
He list and 94c each
MENS FOlR IN HAND WASH NECKWEAH special at 14C ea funr
S Made of good quality TafUMa and China Silk with full flounce
Continuation of Our trimmed with two ruffles edged with lace with or without sleeves i
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I SemiAnnual Clearance Sale in extra special at S5R I
the Mens Custom Tailoring Dept M Womens Capes New Models Made
Suit lengths high grade domestic fabrics the seasons accumu
lation of remnants that include Fan Cheviots Tweeds and Wors of a Very New FabricedFloor
teds in all the newest shades of grays browns and olive Made in
sack coat style and excellently tailored Thisa Cape season distinctly characterized by the most
SUITS TO MEASURE embracing many ct 1 7 varied showing of Capes we have ever made
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patterns regularly 2200 to 3000 at V 1 First and foremost from a novelty viewpoint are the I
SUITS TO MEASURE several designs to CAPES OF SATIN MIGNONETTE I
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select from regularly 3000 to 3800 at 22 a Satin Mignonette is a distinctly new fabric one which represent
An add i GnJI cha ge of 250 frill be made on sites above almost a years effort on the part of textile experts It is manufactured ex i
42inch chef measurement KTH Ko > r > pressly for us and is shown here exclusively in these exclusive model Caps
Ivi Satin Mignonette has a rich satiny surface a shimmer coating on an
extremely sheer woollen foundation It is just weighty enough to drape
I For the Motorist idealiy
Ill Foir Sltl su Sit The BURNOUS and PRINCESS Capes made of this new fabric are
Hens Linen Dust Coats natural tan color in single or double copies of imported wraps graceful models falling in long soft folds
breasted models wind shields Ill sleee s closelining collir special at In the BURNOUS the folds flowing backward over the shoulders
496 form a single point in the hack finished with a silken tassel
Veils linon Dust Cats tan shades 139 In the PRINCESS there is a double drapery with two tassels Either
Same as bove in gray 189 Cape may be had MI white rink blue gold pearl gray and black
Other Dust Coats for men from 98c to 2974 Price of Either Model 2374
Goggles collapsible style with case 79C J
Goggles with curved lenses with case 169
CAPES MADE I
OF
BROADCLOTH
Tea and Luncheon Baskets Tea Outfits fur two persons
I 1074 four persons 1974 six persons 3274 Luncheon DUtch Capes of cillffon The o Liberty Cape is a long
broadcloth in white pink y shCape
Outfits fT twi perv r < J574 for four S1974 light blur Nile would chanlragnr gray 1 wrap my full finished with silk I
M Scr lavender and black They are nude lined hood and silk cord fastening
pointed front an luck falling in nude of broadcloth In white pink
Sporting Goods D 0a FI graceful folds Ii
00 Dept over the shuulders light blue Alice blue light gyy
are finished with snull sails collr champagne Nile lavender rose fcCld
Old Town Canoes of pmnc velvet and fancy leuher garnet and black
received the Old Town button fastening Price 1274 Price 824 l I
We have just a shipment of famous
Canoes for which ve are selling agents in New York City fY
Included are the H cSc i V and Charles Riser Models
ISft at 2874 16ft at 3074 ISft at 3474 Sale of Misses Shirt Waists
We Direct Special Attention to 2d Moor
A number of Canoes that haw becime slightly shopworn ant At 79ai of lan with embroidery panels and tucks
scratched samples that have done duty since last season their IK lawn front tucked collar and culls edged with lace buttons at
fulness has not been impaired but the prices have been greatly re hack sizes 14 and 16 years
duced At 99caJe nf line lain with turndown collar short I
CANOE PADDLES made of selected spruce lengths Ift 6ln In 6ft
6in each SI 31 sleeves and a pocket sizes M tn lo fears I
CANOE BACK PESTS I CANOE SEATS with backs at Mrt y I
7lc and 5149 I S124 and S2J9 l 1 j
Bicycles bearing name plates that have stood for Bicycle Qual Sale of Womens Tights I
ity since we adopted them a number of years ago And the Wheels N
Km IfilrwMr IIPDI il Iliwr
have been bettered the construction improved year after year so The largest and most varied a irlnuiit of WOMENS TIGHTS t II
that this iQos line marks the highest stage of improvement The
in New York Made nf Cotton Silk I yhleJ Fabrics and Pure Silk I t
prices are extremeh modest
a Elberon Bicycles 1774 For men and women Frames They are suitable for bathing horseback riding and may be worn
ICYC 20 and 22inch sin letur with the new style Directoire Sheath iown The prices range from t
tires full equipment of t < oils I
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J 8c to 1089 For example
u Hens and WOIIWIS as above Frames I
Erie B I S20 74
me Bicycles u of eoldJrattn seamless tubing one At 08cBlack Cotton and Black Lisle Thread with feet I
piece crmk hanger tool steel cups and cones Hartford singletube tires At 198 Silkrht d in black pink and sky with feet
full equipment At 2lOSilkplated finer quality than the above in black pink and II
ar Day Bicycles J 2649 FIr men and women The highest grade sky with feet
I wheels prlCuraWAorkmjn ant
pr At 3298 Black Cashmere excellent
lI11ere quilitv with fret
materials the best money Ill buy tire and equipment In keeping
Cfew Departure Coaster Drakes fitted on any of the above machines At f 499pdrr Spun Silk in black seal and navy with feet 11
At 030pUre Black Silk with feet
for Jt24 extra
The Fay Juvenile Bicycle 1874 At 81089piire Black Silk heavy quality with feet I
Machnes for bos and girls Wheels 21 and 26inch fitted with Fav In Addition
sin letubc tires frames 16 and IS inch standard construction ind equipment At 40cBlack lisle Thread kneelength III
Lawn Croquet I Mens Bathing Suits At 3249 Black rrhmere excellent quality kneelens I
At 909fure Black Silk anklelennth I
Mens illwool Worsted
CROQUET SET four balls and fllS tunpiece orl
four mallets nude of hard wood ted suits oats and Cray with red At 81080 Same as above heavier quality I I
striped and varni = hel in wooden or white strives at 198 wI
box 1M and S184 Other Bathni Suits in vari I
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CROQUET SET four of balls selected and ety of colors and combinations Hosiery Specials for Men Women
four mallets made S270 to S749
boxwood S and I inches long llrit Klur
with nickelled metal bands professional Mens twopiece sweater knit Womens t
short handles in vr Swimming Suits closely woven
fessional BLACK COTTON HOSE all black and black with unbleached split feet tl
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ed box 3094 md 894 gray grounds with white or rtl
imbed J
nish
CROQUET IO SET eight balls and stripes 207 louble soles heels and toes lUc q
eight mallets made of hard wood Other sweater knit SwImmiiK BLACK LISLE THREAD HOSE lace ankles Ina variety of pretty pat I
striped aid varnished Suits in a variety of combina terns 7c If
9110 fl140 sea un ti S429 tions at 8340 to RJ96 GAUZE LISLE THREAD HOSE plain gaul lisle and with lace anklesi In
all the new shades 48c
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BLACK LISLE TIIREAD HOSE light and medium weights plain and
Screens Curtains and Canopies with neatly embroidered figures on insteps 48c I
Third Floor Mens
MOSQIlTd iANiHE < with patented turnover frames covered with COTTON HALF HOSE excellent quality in black tan slate and cadet
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good quality net with double soles heels and toes 19c I
= Size SOii 90in uxjin loin IMPORTED COTTON HALl HOSE black and tan grounds with hind I e
value I05 200 52J5 5201 embroidered figures on insteps 24c i 1
Price 98c 8149 SI 89 224 IMPORTED BLACK GAUZE LISLE THREAD HALF HOSE sheer and f
JAPANESE BAMBOO PORCH SCREENS best quality outside bark natu fine with double soles heels and toes 33c
ral color including ropes and pulleys BLACK AND COLORED LISLE THREAD HALF HOSE good quality I
Size USft 5x8ft 6x811 xSlt with handembroidered figures on insteps 4Hc
Value 7r voc Silo 5120
Irunlcx lfI tor icomcn and Children is the belt
= Price 52c COc 82c 04c Hosiery men Il I
iccarreiiilinu Hosiery ice have ever known It owes its great dur
THFEEFCLIi SCRFENS oak or mahogany finished frames filled in with I
fancy colored silkoline Jt 25 quality each 6f c ability tn tnr interweaving ol pure IKlatl linen yarns al the faints
A splendid assortment of CUSHIONS covered with fancy cretonnes phm H oaf subjei cd to wear
denim and Turkey red fabrics 150 value special at 09c i
MtSLIN COTTAGE CURTAINS finished with ruffled edges fancy open I
worked centres 75c value a pair 40c THE NOSE I
AUSTRIAN PRINTED TABLE COVERS a large range of designs and color THer e
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ingvuivird Sic olue it 48j iHxlH yards value 1040 at 89c g
Estimates submitted for awnings window shades and slip rovers Furni WEARS
ture reupholstered equal to new at very moderate prices Iace Curtains LUt IRON I
cleaned and stored during the summer months j
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