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j THE EVENING W RLD WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1908
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IDI OW IN RACE
FOR MARDI GRAS
BorAl HONORS
limy New Candidates for
Ktogiand Queen Named
by Friends
S DOTING ALREADY BRISK
Cbntest Promises to Be Most
Exciting of the Kind
Ever Held
I
t De met an comlnf in rapidly for
j s i oUon of a king and quen tc
IiII la COM lalaad during the revel
itM ot QM wok Mrdi arM Carnival
Blpt li to 19 and mor than flftr can
Aldatu for royal honor hre already
taaa entered and there U every prom
toe that < tti will be the moat exciting
oontwt In the hlrtory at the MaN
arM which Indicate that the nor
a bettowed by the people ot Greater
Nnr York are appreciated
A bean ts wag polled on tM sec
ocd day of the oontut and a new I
leader appeared In the person ot Will
lam H Pranre ot Wllllamsburg who I
polled oYentyfour votes
Mr Prance U a highly popular man i
Rt II the orfanlzw of the Home Pleas
ttre Cluo and ta eecrttary of the
i Oeorce A Owens Republican Club He
li a flKtJr In the real estate world and
In lending sixtyfour votei for him
Henry B Schilling Jr of No 15 Maroy
I avenue Brooklyn as secretary of the
campaign commrttM declared that Mr
I Prance would be kept In front James I
I Batlu of No Z3 William tree t sent In
t ten more for Mr Prange
f To Mr Schilling and others who have
Hiked the eame question The Evening
world replies that a rubber stamp may
be used In Innrtlng the names of a
candidate on the ballot
Their Friends Busy
Bert N Dawley another Brooklyn
> man hops Into third place with fifty
four volts i
Henry Bruml Is fourth with fifty
votes to nil credit and It a fighting
I record and the backing of a campaign i
committee which Includes fifty men and
I women located at almost aa many
ttores and itandi where his goods are
old all over New York and vicinity
count Mr Druml Ie a sure winner
Mr Drum Is head of the Henry
Bruml Company manufacturers of sll
verplaed ware and souvenir novelties
No 191 and 196 Broadway He Is a
wholesale dealer In these wars In
Twelfth street and has three postal I
card stands In Dreamland elx In Surf
avenue and dozens of them icattered
over the five boroughs Ha was born
In Germany thirty eight yoan ago an
Is a selfmade nnn lie lives with his
wlfe and two children In the apart
ments of President Henry Orashorn
Hustler In Politics
Mr Bruml hu the distinction of being
a Coney Island Republican Ho organ
laid three years ago the first Repub
lican club at Coney and for his temer
ity was showered with backnumber
eggs A crowd followed him from Surf
I
avenue after the meeting back to
Stauchs and big Jack Majrlnneis
Btauchs special cop firmly believe to I
this day that he uved the phicky
Brumls life
Well we organized and enrolled 300
members said Mr Bruml today I I
offered ix silver tilting pitcher as a i
prize to the member bringing In the
most now members The contest was
hot between Georg P Vanderveer and
his neighbor Chief Ellas P Clayton
whose hotels were swept away by fire
recently Vanderveer won with eighty
seven recruits and the late Col Mike
Dady made the presentation speech
lly boys In the stores tried to hove
I
me run for king last year but I
wouldnt This time they have forced
me and Samuel Feldman has been
chosen for campaign manager
Now Im a fighter when I get Into
anything and the boys say they are
icing to win for me Im In for the fun
there Is and If I am elected Ill do my
best to honor the throne and to make
thing Jolly
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Our Republican Club gave Coney
Island her first and only Republican
Alderman In Lewis M Potter and may
be Coney will have a Republican king
Leads In Vote for Queen
Eva Tanguay the newest and most
discussed Salome who U now appearing
at the Alhambra In Harlem Is the
leader 10 the vote for queen with 63 to
her credit the Princess Rajah having
y Mrs Conrad Stubenbord Jr 15 Mrs
Phil II Jail 13 Mina Phillips and
exQueen Grace Fox H each and Etta
Reed Payton 121he three latter being
queens In the Coma Payton com
pany and queens of the hearts of
Brooklyn theatregoers
How the vote Is coming In Is shown
In the following selected from a bLj
batch of letter from campaigners
InclotM find tlela volts tar Mr Cora
I Vacationists Note
THEY came from the
Mountains Va 11 e y s
Lakes and Seashore 1993
I separate Summer Resort Ad
vertisements printed in The
World last week 191 more
j than in any 6 other New
York newspapers combined
Three Urged by Friends for
Royal Honors of Mardi Gras
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How Vote Stands
for King and Queen
of Coney Carnival
Tuesday Aug 4 ISO
FOR KINO
William H Prange 74
Bert N Dowley 64
Henry Bruml 60
Curse Payton 41
Joseph E Weston 3i
Frank Savame 31
Mortimer Kaphan 21
remand Akoun 80
Frank Miller
Jere F Twomey 2t
F P Luhra 16
John P Morrlisey 11
Fred NIDlock 11
Doc Mosely 11
F E Fltzpqtrtck 11
W G Ferris 11
Charles Crandlea 10
FOIl QUEEN
Eva Tanguay 63
Princess rujih 35
Mrs Conrad Stubenbord li
Mrs Phil Joly 13
Grace Fox U
Mlna Phillips 14
Ftta Reed Payton 12
Miss Della Coyne 10
Edna May Spooner 10
Parlon te j pulir aclor of Brooklyn from
the Jam King Awoelatlin of Brooklyn
with hMilQuarUr it No IS Stajif airwx
Brookljn V e expect fo poll a very large
vote In Williamsburg and thli li Just a
starter JAMES r KINO
AUIEIIT DnlKn
Envwuioc JANSSBX
Committee
What FrlendsSayv
Ton will and thlrly lx voTej for our
favorite for KInK of the Mardi Ors JtMtph
E Veiton nnl lnuntlto tlect him
illS rniENT FROM FIATBlSH
Urooklynb second Aw mbli Dlstflot
puts forward Shepard Dinlel as Its
candidate thnunh a dlsUiple of woman
nuttrrtJe
I am > ittur for our favorite friend of
fM Soconl semblr Plitrlot for our King
ShparJ Daniel six rote
wns iBv > fin tEVT
No 440 EvnrRrwn avenu
Jore F Twome popular at Coney
Island where he formerly owned the
Dreamland drug store popular In
Cttienpolnt where his pnarn cy at
Manhattan avenue and Java street Is
a social contre and popular all the way
from Greenpolnt to Surf avenue polled
10S3 votes for King In the contest of
HOT end his friend have put him la
the field aK4 and declare hey will
win out thlf lime When the popular
druggist ren ned his store yesterday
morning he found a parcel addressed
to nlm on the door stone It proved to
I be n bundle of nineteen ballots marked
for him This loiter also came to the
Mirll Gras editoi
Kindly credit Sir1 Jets F Tiromeir Oreen
mint tlnirglut with lour voles Kindly
ih Hm ItFI
rAaa a ballot box JOHN HICKRr
Drug Clerk
Gridiron Club Nomlnoo
John P Morrlssey of Vorkvllle who
at the candidate of the Gridiron Club
ricilved 27iX ot > In last years con
test was enterel for the contest with
eleven votes for a starter In the fol
lowing letter
We Inclosa eleven votes for our candi
date nlirilng success to him from tM Grid
iron Club for John P 4ovissey of York
v111 ORmtROS CLUB
TJiesa ten votes are tft Fred Nlblock from
t couple of admirer More to follow
Joe 1iln el of Vo 13 Suydam street
Brooklyn vvno made a good run him
self lust year bobs up as general man
ager for Frank A Miller the hand
some tnd talentsd pmlst mUll i1 di
rector and vocalist who li launched as
a Qandlae for royal honors In the fol
lowing letter
InclosM pleas find Uentyflv coupon
fiT Frank A Miller feat to me by the aill
dron of In ing avenue on which etreet Mr
Miller lives JOS PRINCE
General Manager
Incloeed pleaM find three votes for a
tarter for Mr James Leahy whom we hope
to elect
POSTAL TBLTMRAP1I jnCSSENOERS
A Harlem Favorite
laclo ed you will find three vole to be
I
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J pliced to tie orllt of JDw Beatrice Mor
I gsa the Harlem favorl I hnim she will
t e crowned Queen of your Mardi Gras FM
I tlval SA she will certainly man a beauti
I ful Queen E SOIOMOX
I No IW Eajt On Hundred and Twentyi
I end street
IncloiM pltue find ten coupons for Miss
Delia COn ono of the moat esteemed
cmnz ladle In botel circles
I CARL OAbWAT
Uerevilrt I Inclose ilx TOtea for Miss Dora
W Kroll She li tie mw beautiful young
lady In Brooklyn With ianls to her
C D U
Inclosed you nlll pleas find one vote
which I cast for Miss Minna Pnllllps of
Patona Theatre and oblige a patron of
PaHoni A M J
The list of candldaes Is already no
long that It Is possible to print the
names only of those having ten votes or
mon T lelr names and somahlnK
about them will he Riven pace when
the1 I vote Is larger
For Votinig Coupon See PiiKe 21
SUIT TO TEST EW
AUTOSMOKE LAW
Chauffeur Fined 2 and an
Appeal Will Be Taken
at Once
I
Upon the Invitation of Magistrate
MOM Assistant Corporation Counsel
George Xlckerson and Louis D Mooney
I counsel to the New York Taxicab com
pany went to Yorkvllle Police Court
I
today to listen to the testimony taken
on complaints against seven taxicab
I chaufeurs who were arrested In Cen
tral Park yesterday charged with Id
muting smoke to escape from the ex
haust pipes of their cars In violation
of the new park ordinance
At the conclusion of the hearings It
was decided that a test case should
be made Wlllam Scully one of six
chauffeurs employed by the New Yolk
Company In the batch of prisoners waj
chosen to make the teAt case Alter
Policeman Austin testified that he eaiv
smoke Issuing from Sculls machine
In the park just off the Flfonmh
street and Sixth avenue entrance Mag
istrate Moo fined him 42
Mr Mooney said he would pay
Scullys tine under protest and viouid
appeal the case at once to test the
constitutionality of the ordinance The
other chauffeurs were discharged
From this on I will tine ever via
lator of this ordinance that Is brought
before me said the Magistrate until
I hear the result ol this test
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MORTALLY HURT BY BLAST
James Rlmo a laborer thirty ears
old living at No C35 Morris avenue the
Bronx was mortally hurt at 2 oclock
this morning when a blast In tho exca
vation for the Centrals terminal at
Ninetyfirst street hurled a heavy rock
which itruck him on the head His
skull was fractured and several bones
In his body broken He was taken to
the Flower Hospital
Lord Taylor I
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Clearance Sale
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Men Negligee Shirts
Absolute Reduction
Plain and pleated shirts made of imported an
domestic madras
Cuffs Attached Coat Model
IOO
were 150 200 250 350
Broadway aoth St 5th Ave igth St
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SUFFRAGETTES TO
VISITOYSTER BAY
I Will fold Meeting in Front of
I
the Summer Capitol
ToNight
I
The Suffragettes Rill Journey out to
Oyster Bar lunlght where they will
hold an optnilr meeting for the benefit
of the PrnMdent and such lift men as
may happen to bo on hand for a round
of mlvlco
The expedition will be under the per
sonal conduct of Mrs Uorrniann Wells
the Knslbli Suffragette who knows how
they ilo It over there Tho vuimtn will
leave the oily early In tin lay the tlrcu
ir anniiin ig thp cxpiUluon saying
that calls and canvassing will be un
ilrrlakon In the aflcrnnnn The Ilocu
men I drxM not say uhilhcr or not the
RurrIIltps will undertake to call upon
Mr lloopvrlt and canvnis I
Hut i miMtlnc will he hi Id In front of I
I tin 1ipi ulli > OIIUoi at 1 clork It In
mil annnunml tint tho pilgrim will lip
111tii nut wllli 1111 Kruppliig hooks and
belts which did su < h tx < elknt work In
connecting Suffragettes to the fence
I about Parliament when the bobbles
tried to nuke them niovo on I
I LAUNCH PARTY OF 12 IN
PERIL AS STORM RAGED
JAMHSTOWN N Y All 5 fr
rifle wind rain and Plectrral stom
tmssod over the thnuttiunua L te re
don last nlirht A gasoline laiuch In
vrhloh a doen young men and umen
WeN millltic WAI driven ahor and
while all the memt > ers of the partv wer
rracueil there WHS itO shelter and they
Here oblUed to walk to llemui Point
four miles throiurh tho storm Eonml
of the ladles collapsing on their arrival
nt the hotel
Morn than a dozen tree were blown
aoiost the trnoki of the JamcHlonn
I Jliautauoua nnd Lake Ire llillronil
I and a insieneir train was derailed hl
I one of Wicm hut mj one was injured
Several buljdlnci alont the mIca were
hUlldlnl
struck bv Ilirhtnlnz and burned
I BULLDOG ATTACKS I
CHILDINSTREET
fTI
Tunis on Women Who Try
to Beat Him ofl and
Escapes
I i
Sarah With ten > oars oM will be
taken to the Pasteur Institute today
to ba given > he treatment after having I I I
been bitten by a bulldog lust nIght Iti8 I
little girl wu playing on the Mdowtlk
near her home No 38 Graham a < nue
Wllllwn bur with some othci children
when the dos came along
Something maddened him foe he
dashed Into the crowd of children and
I hit Sarah Wall In the face When sev
eral women tried to beat the dog away
from tho girl he turned on thorn and
then neaped
Dr Klvklni of the Eastern District
lii pltil cautiilrcrl the childs wound
and she rfmilned at the hospital Inst
night The pliyilclan advised that she
be sent to the Pasteur Institute
HOY PLAYING IN
THE STKIWT IS
BITTEN BY DOG
Edward JUrwItz flee years old of
No MV3 Pulton street Brooklyn was
plnjlnn on the sidewalk at Brnoklvn
avenue and Pulton ureet todnv vrhrn
a little brown monKrel don ran up
and hit him on the arm lA man klkcd
the ilot off anti the animal rm own
ulion iiicot with half S doen boys
u his heel pelting him with stones
and clubs I
At Marcy avenue Policeman Kent
a nIl a etlrn of men JdlneJ In the chase
und Mnilly cornered the dog In a hall
way In McDonouKh street Kent killed
the II > K with line shot
Ttw lo > RUM taken to St Johns Hoi
pltnl when his wound nns iuterlicl
rite doctors iilvln M Mr Jar vltz to
irke the lvn to the Pasteur Hospital
for treatment
LUCKY MAN bRANL 1
HIMSELFTO DEATH
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i Canal Worker Won 15000 J
Lottery Prize and Died
at Sea j
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1 1
Hnns OU Wind fifty ymrt old a Me
otvl cabin passenger on the Royal Milt
I
Sttvin Packet Trent from Southamp
ton to New York via Colon WM found
I dead In hb mbln Aug 1 according to
n wireless received from the TraM to
day when the ship was approaching 1
Now York The body was burled at
ten
tenWind two months no non lC001n the
Panama Lottery He was on his way
to nee his aged mother In Denmark
I Death was due to alcoholic poisoning
The Trent Is due to arrive today v I
R H Macy 8t Cos Attractions Are Their Low Prices
Macys Midsummer Sale The Shopping Centre II
of the Metropolis
of Furniture Starts Mon
Store Hours8 A M to 6 P M Dur
day Aug 10 Wait for It ing August we close at noon Saturdays
Bwiy it 6th Av 4th to 35th St
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The Macy Cash System Develops the Large Size C B Corsets
Fullest Purchasing Power of At 98c Instead of 250 n
Your Money ROM Mondays sale of Corsetsone of the liveliest of our
our oney midsummer seriesare kft plenty of large size C B Cor
J 29 to 36 inch All made of
StS29 perfect
sets are qualities
The shortest route between the distributor of merchandise and the is
consumer
f heavy coutil in white and drab and black sateenmany
the cash route permitting merchandise to be marketed with least expense filled with double steels insuring the extra durability essential in ex
Every detail that adds to the marketing expense increases the selling price cor tra size Corsets At 98c instead of 3250 they are record values
respondingly In Addition We Offer
Of the many costly details none is more so than a credit system Every bad Marchioness Corsets high bust models with short or long hips i
debt contracted under such a system is made good at the expense of patrons who fl75 trimmed values with srecial lace and with hose supporters attached sIzes 18 to22j ggc
do not run bad debts i
This Macy system is strictly cash We give no discounts pay no commissions r
grant no concessions thtmay not be shared by alL Mens Negligee
There is nothing more between the price we pay for an article and the price you eg 1gee I
pay than tile slender margin 01 prom our strictly casn system demands Such a sys 1 SHIRTS 64c
tern develops the fullest purchasing power of money and there is abundant evidence of
it in every price we quote None ordinarily would sell for less I
than a dollar And it will require
if the convenience afforded by a credit system is its chief attraction you may I I no careful search of this lot of 150 i
enjoy a like measure of convenience and greater advantages through the medium of I j J dozen to find scores and scores that
our Depositors Account system Investigate I
I vere made to sell up to two dollars I
It is a midsummer prize lotwidely
I I i J varied and promising best picking for men
S d9ae I who want good yet very inexpensive Shirts
i 6 I I i to tide over the season
j g I H
I I 4 All coat model garments pleated and plain i
I S with cuffs attached and detached j made of madras and
e p 5 I t percales Some soft Shirts with soft collars are included
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I Mens Bathing Suits Final
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I t Fifth Floor
I t N three clearance 10tsall the Suits t
11 Bathing we have There I I
I W are not all sizes and colors of every style but collectively
there is a complete range All are twopiece suits of ali
i JLscyJ wool worsteds
Lot IAt 178 former prices up to 249
Lot 2At 249 were 319 324 and 374
Lot 3At 374 formerly 424 to 594
II r I BOYS BATHING SUITS on the 2d Floor twopiece sleeve
i ri I less or with quarter sleeves in blue and gray with red or white
f f I borders sizes 28 to 34 former prices up to 297 clearance179
Ii l I I r ttil 7
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Womens Summer Dresses A Sale Collection of 800 Big Bargains for Boys
At Prices veraging Less Than Half Regular doI Floor
NICKERBOCKER and Bloomer Trousersthe same grades
Second floor Broadway I R we have had in stocks throughout the summer but at dif
Here is as good sale news as the Macy outer apparel store has announced in niany summers High L ferent prices The maker who has been supplying us had
neck and juniper Dresses of lawn chambray and batiste at prices averaging less than half what we MffiJ a surplus lot of sixty dozen pairs which he sacrificed be
have sold similar dresses for all season long But one drawback the quantity The 800 will find cause a few sizes were missing
new owners in no time Extra well made garments cut very full and all seams double
At 374 High Neck Dresses At 274 Kimono Prlrrcess Jump At 249 White Lawn Dresses stitched
of made of fine I Princess style to be
made Dressu
model
Princess I er with kimono KNICKERBOCKERS 9 to 17year sizes sold elsewhere for 7Sc and
fine striped liwn trimmed with wide qality Imported chambray in a wide worn v > jumper deep 5100 here regularly 79c this sale 64c
stripes lace yoke collar belt and range of colorings the skirts full pleat I shoulders and sleeves very full skirt
sleeves very full skirt choice of a va I ed and finished with tucks Similar I entire Dress piped with striped lawn BLOOMERS 4 to 10year sizes our regular price 59c this sale4c
riety of colorbgs Former price J69t j Dresses sold reg heretofore it 594 I regularly heretofore 574 I LX9
Regulation Sizes and Sizes for Small Women and Misses
YI x Clearance of Bathing Caps
Cotton and i Womens Kerchiefs ut n
OMENS fin ± UNDERWEAR
WOMENSLisleThread
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Lisle Thread Six for 29c TAMOSHANTER STYLES In JOCKEY STYLE CAPS In
Special Sale Involving Perfect Quality Main Moor siteen mohaIr and Henrlettz plain colored silk blue black
VACATION HANDKERCHIEFS cloths 17c or red waterproof 74c
Garments at Prices Much Less than Regular ln si1l
nces uc egu CHIEFS serviceable yet cheap Same u above In silk or satin
Second Floof enough to lose without regret 24C TAMOSHANTER style In I
New garmentsnot an old stock one In the collectionand all ting MERRY WIDOW STRAW plain blue black or red sateen
are duplicates of the good grades we have had in regular stocks this tingAbout 20 different styles of HATS side with ribbon waterproofed trimmed cap two In with pompons 34c
season at full regular prices Shamrock crossbar lawn styles OOc MERRY WIDOW FOLDING I
Ribbed Cotton VetU 1200 Ribbed LJile Thread VeIU 1Vlr FLOFFY RUFFLE CAPS beau HATS waterproof made to fit
low neck and sleeveless fronts 500 low neck and sleeveless tiful designs 47c the pocket when not In use49c
lace trimmed each 17c hand crocheted fronts and shoul Summer Playthings
ders regularly 44c sale 20c Supporters and Belts
Ribbed Cotton Veiti 1400 Marked Down
as above fronts plain and lace Ribbed Lisle Thread Union Toy Dept Bth F1
trimmed extra large sizes each Sulta2Solow neck and sleee SAND TOYSBaskets filial with HOSE SUPPORTERS large pad ELASTIC SHIRT WAIST
each17c Jess fronts hand crocheted draw various tin moulds cj were 98c and belt 2 straps with extra BELTS with waist extenders
ers lace trimmed regularly 74c wide fine quality elastic and I
J1J9 and SU9j now
k white
I attached In black and
Ribbed Lisle Thread Vests pin
sale 57c oDe 89c 9124 rubber buttons regularly 24c
600 low neck and sleevless plain Imported Swlu Silk and SAIL BOATS Made of wood special 14c I regularly 9c at 4c
tops 24c Llile Velta200low neck and nicely painted and decorate the CHILDRENS SIDE HOSE SUP I SILKSHIRRED ELASTIC nar I
Ribbed Cotton Vet 300 sleeveless hand crocheted fronts larger ones excellent sailers each PORTEKS In black ind white row widths In plrrk white blue I
low neck and sleeveless crocheted and shoulders regularly 98cj 24c to 8440 regular toe special Oc i and black sleeve lengths Oc
or lace trimmed fronts24 sale 57c DECK RING TOSS the popular Mr
Yl9 Y9 outdoor game consisting of a base 1
Nam8oo upright posts and four rope rings lOc HousewaresSummer Needs
WOMENS ANS ± L UNDERWEAR BATTLEDORE AND SHUTTLE BiMmcnt
Cambric
COCK Uo racquets two celluloid
6 orJ Floor balls and two shuttles two sizes Lemon Squeezers Wire Dish Cmers 8c
COMBINATIONS OOc FloorGOWNS OOcof nainsook 40c and 08c lOc 14c 21c Wire Fly Killers 8
Drawers and Corset Cover of nun square neck trimmed with hem Ice Picks 8c 14C and 18c Fly Ribbon 4q
stitching and fancy stitching Once you try a Wc Wauau Nickelplated Lemonade Shakers Water Fllteren for the faucet t
sook trimmed with two rows of 10c 30c 18 and 24c
GOWNS 70cButterfly style Record on your talking machine to
lace with fancy Insertions between of nainsook trimmed with tucks you irtll promptly stop paying Enterrrlse Ice ShaversdOc Wooden Picnic Plates dozen Oc
COMBINATIONS 00 and embroidery 60c for Records The Nassau Peerless Ice Chlppers 28c Hardwood Salad Sets
Drawers and Corset Cover of sheer SKIRTS 79cof cambric full ft the only ttrlctly uptodate 10 Pineapple Eye Snips 23c 10c to 9181 r
flounce trimmed with wide tucks Inch Disc Record procurable for Nickel Plated Corn Splitters 14c Both Srrays with 6ft rubber
nainsook trimmed with embroidery SU 84c 3140
SKIRTS 1lQof cambric lets than GOc Over 250 seltc Green Corn Holders for the tubing C to I
cry Insertion and lace ige with I flounce trimmed with two rows tIInl ready table pair He Electric Fans 1
ribbon draw through of lace and fine tucks Wire Salad Sheers Ole I 1220 to 91404

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