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4 THE EVENING WORLD TUESDAY AUGUST 1908 I
T ATHLETIC MH
Of CHAMPIONS IN
k MARDI bRAS FETE
Olympian Winners and Oth
ers to Compete vcry
R 1 Day of Carnival
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BALLOTS PILING UP
New Candidates in Race for
I King and Queen at II
> Coney Island
How Vote Stands
Ii for King and Queen
of Coney Carnival
J i KINO
r Lou Lvy n3
1 James FI SIM
llrld Katr o
Halph Sloint fl
f P Dc MuIev sor
Alderman Lwli M rotter 41ua
r Perninl Akoun ua
1 Jamro Leahy L1fl
Claude L llacen Fire Show C I 211
U A J Oulotta I3
J II Smith liroolclyn 111
Capt Colt Dirbv li17
< Frank A Miller RlJftewuul I
KJ Silvia 1ltG
Frank DnlJson
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Jere F Twoaiey CTreenpoInt
Henry Crural 11117
Doc Travirs 14M
Martin F Tenahcy 1 < < 1
j louH J Schvartz 47
Dr DtvM Uizarus Stu
O Corsa Patton nm
Wllllim F tranire nil
> nthony P FrI M7
I Ihll Jully KM
Nmul Arkell RV1
Josepii J Lo 011
Mike Dcinlln 4in
Alderman W II Beyer 4 1I
ManhUI II Covert 447
W
i O or e R Maxwell itill
Frank Cahlll ill
Arthur IVY 4i7
IM T Orn leln 42
William A Davidson 811
Ed A Purcell 84
Arthur M Wehrmann 33l
Jack Cohen S2
Mortimer Kiphaji 21C
Ome Matthews 110W
Commivlorn hj C Prejenzer W
J P Fo arty an1
Henry J Jack on 1yy
F J IJJJy yy
Cart Louis Sorcho IO
QLKEN
Mn James T McCluiker 80on
Mn Hen Levy ZfiS
Elna Mar Spoon J4f
Lillian Murphy 121
Fannie rrehY 4S2
Mtrle E Dixon SJ9
Eva Taniruay 673
Mae Murray a
Minna PhlltlM Mf
Anna MeCullouirh K4
Mrs Minnie S Far r f
Mildred Inbjon W4
Grace M SslnV BS
Lillian Mandelbium Bath Beach Mi1
Mrs William Ilennlo 4V
lleatrire Morgan 101
i Mn Ernest Iopp W <
r Illllin Hurt soprano 3 li
I Ella Reel Payton 270
IV1na Crane Jli
Irlnren Kajih Ifl
1 m
Jcunette Soinach 177
Anna E Molloy li
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Frances Brnoke II
Kisie Eishnff tt
Fannie Frank 1
I nna Klein 1
L tilla Corn 1111
I rae Fox 110
lnlnla Stout I1
Mn Phil Jolly 111
Kiillv Uarry 3114
iennur MacSelllc ire
Mrs F M Pauer H i
Eiyn flotatsky 101
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The laurel wreathed world champion I
nmateur athletes who ara expected to
oppear on their return from EnzlirB
every afternoon during the Coney
I land Jlnrrtl Irai Carnival week In
< the athletic meets being nrransed by
President EdwarJ C Erennan of the
American Life Paving Society wltl no
elude all the great ones In their re
spective fields Among them will 5
l Hayes the winner of the Marathon
I Martin Sheridan Flanagan SlcGrath
1 Rose Sheppard Daniels the swimmer
Ewry and Oressllng the dlwr
Besides these Olympian winners there
will be miny wet known athletes Poa
tlbly the games will be held on Urlnliton
Keaih track but all as part of the
Marll Gran
The campaign for royal honors car
rlcd on by ballots cut from the seconl
page of The Evening World and sent
to the MardI Gras Editor developed
some new cand1 ale today Con
spicuous among the new entries wag
Capt Louis fiorcho the famous deep
Kei diver The following letter ex
plains
Lauded Hero of the Sea
It affords me trMt pleasure to send
in the Inclosed votes for Capt LouU
Sorcho the deep fei diver not so mucn
for Ma personality and his kindness to
hit fellowmen but for whit I believe
tie hill done for the country In Kenernl
The cnptnln hits many times volun
teered and been chosen to take trips to
tin bottom of the see when nolhln but
II thank you could be the reward and
In many of those canes everything ap
1 peared to be against his chances ul
rmehlnir the turface alive
I lie wn ono of the men chosen by
tho Government to work on the I
fated battleship Maine and did ntble
I work In rtrurerln the bodies of our
Rdllort
1 hope thnt when the King Is chosen
I It will b his name that heads the list
for what could bo more fitting than
to have a real llvo hero a weather
beaten battlescarred veteran of the
water to lead too procession along the
beach uhert the waves would beat
their applause
FHANKUN BOWS Hrooklyn
There Is a new leader In the competi
tion among the fair sex for tho diadem
of Queen of the Carnival today In the
person of Mrs James F McClusky of
the Uronx
Tor Viitlni Coupon Sre 1nite Tiro
BROOKLYN SINGERS
HME FROM EUROPE
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Members of Arion Society Had
a Pleasant Time in Tour
of Germany iOn
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On the North German Lloyd team
ship Bremen which arrived at Hoboken 1
this afternoon there were 110 members
of the Anon Singing Society of Brook
lyn who have bwn Muring Germany
There was a lnrc uoivu of other mem
bers to meet them at n rough csUmilo
about ten friends to every slnccr and
they cheered and rang songs of wet
come as the boat wns being docked
The sincere save numerous concerts
In Berlin and the orovlnclal towns In
Oernwny On the return voyage they
cave a concert held a schuetzenfeit
trave a mnsquonulo IxUI and wore en
tertained especially with a banquet by
Ihe captain
Sam r Kingston m inawr for Miss
Anna Held returned on the Bremen
He siys the actr i < Is ttudvmp her
tart In the non show In which he Is
to appear and ivIU return next month
He saw Adeline Geree the little dancer
who made such a hit In New York last
season while he wif In London nnd
she denied the reports of her marrIage
HIS SCRATCHES DID
NOT fIT SHIRT CJT
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Newark Police Skeptical Vhen
Told of an Early Day
Struggle With Burglar
Prank A Price twentyfive rears old
of No W CfTfen street Newark who
until last month was cirployed us clerk
In the North Ward Bank called at
Police headquarters In Newark totUy
and allowed thirty scratches on his nwk
breast arms and shoulders that lie < aId
had ben Intllctcd with a razor by a
man who he thought was a negro and
who had broken Into Ms house early
this morning lie alleged that while
MriiiKlInz with this man some one ut
proacJitd from behind and truck him
a blow that rendered him unconscious
Ho said tlMt when he revived he made
an Investkalon buf fnllu j to find any
thin missing
His mother Price slid was the only
other occupant of the house but she
had not been aroufd by the noise of
the struggle
Price showed a raior that he said he
had found on the floor after he revIved
and also exhibited an undershirt wIth
number of slits In It
I The police say that there was only
one silt for even three scradhei on
1rloes body and that the lilts did not
i corresj > nd wtLh any of tho soratnies
AccvrOlnz to the police the wrmmls
exhibited bv Price boked as If they
mlifht have been made by a luttpin
I This afternoon however they were
Investigating tile story
DEBS RED SPECIAL
The members of the Socialist pary
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which > T3 named Eicene V Dehj fo
Preslden announced last nlent tha
JSrn nad been raised whirh will enable
the party to Mrf a rt special ti taUe
Pfbs to the Pacific Coin on a stU1J
n o toir
MOTHER SAVES 1
I Hm TW BABIES
FROMFLAMES
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Breaks Into Smoke Fill ell
I Room and Drags Children
I Into the Hallway
j irrfl Pmii Oltclon nt No 13 l
W et die Hnnilritl ail ThlrtyMventh
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street pot home tniUy Just In time
to MC her two rhlUron from tvlnn
burned to death Mother and chllllrn
were trpiteil Uy Ur lIe nnett of Jlir
lent HoMiltal
With a neighbor Mr GitsIon wi
limhlnc uj > the one tlsrlit of stairs to
her apartment when she saw smle
< Imlnll from under Iho door She
scrOlniell aroujlni members of twenty
families In the buildIng Her compxrlon
pushed to end In nn alum
Mrs Oltelson found the door to her
flat locked She jutroed to a wind > N
climbed around the Irce9 ape to the
street side and then jumpM Into the
she fmiiui
snifkclllled bedroom where
Alfred aped four years anll iIesIo
aped two years prostrate on the Moor
Kicking the door open the half over
come woman staggered to IIle hallway
with her unconscious brood and neigh
bors helped her to the hospital across
the street
lt ron < l arousln the tenants little
excitement was noticed The GtteIen
rooms ITO cwept by he Hanie berVrv
the Fire Department squelched the Mm
InmRlc i TflUST 1
TO BEINVESTIGATED
Department of Justice Will
Take Up Complaints Made
by Managers
TASinXQTOX Au r l8In view of
representation of theatrical mana
gers of the existence of an al
leged theatrical trust the Depart
ment of Justice will investigate the
enlarges So fat no Inquiry aa to the
ocillf combine has ben raujnirntcd
and no time hap been fet for stattliiR
the work officials at the Pepaitment
ot Justice not having lone Into the
question of their powers In the
premises
Tho Department of Justice will Rive
the subject consideration EnId Acting
AttorneyGeneral Hussell today as It
does In the case of all complilnti of i
the existence of socalled trusts but
no formal Investigation has yet been
Blurted
The Department of Just C > was today
urged to take prompt stops looking to
an investigation of the charges in a
letter from a theatrical manager In
Maryland Mr Russell declined to
maxt known the name of his cirrcs 1
pomlent or the city from vhloh the ap i
peal came The writer pave a lst 01 I
the theatres that lu > chnrK are parlnr
tribute to the socalled combine I
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SILK LISLE
SOCKS
That dont wear through
I Guaranteed for 6 months
Should they wear through a
i new pair FKEIi
I In fashIonable gray Ian black SIX
pairs In box 81100 no naler lots A
SKW Par If a IIOIH hnw In n month
Mlil Only I
In Manhattan KIM liltl TTS Ilroni
way 217 llth no ant lnj K 14th t
In Drooklvn 1C W HKNMrrr CO
i 457 tnil 371 Futon st SUO lIlt ave
i am 1011 rirnmlwav
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FIRE AT FAR ROCKAWAY
Mnlilri mill it IlHIiiitc Ntltr Kilur
mrrr Hotel ru Drulrii fit
Two Inlilin n cottiin ind n Inn
clod IlIlUIIRllIK tll the llllllStor HllllM
IlimiHiny ill Fur llnrkmsay wore de
troyrt tiy tiro tuduy There were
twelve horses In the stables and nil
W r e Rt nut nafoly
In1 II Hie abitiM ti t o women In
to Ctlt Itt gt a jiot of hot Ira 3e boiled
uvcr and set lIre to the rottine
I Tlie IMurmor llotol I olixf by but
tick the wliul blew the llmnes and
tpaikK III tin Dipuilln direction The
blat loss Is
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COURT DIVIDES BLAME
Hold Mnrm In Ililllnlnn KiUnlly
nt 1iuill
DecJdlpj the cross suits In admiralty
brought for the purpose of fixing the
reponslblllty for the tcrlous collUlon
I between the ocean llns Kronprlnj
I Wllhelin and llm Grown of Cmtllc
wliloh occurred during a fog In the
Lower Bay on the morning of March
H last Judge Hough In an opinion
tiled today In the United States Dis
trict Court tlnds hth vesfeh lit fault
and direct that the daiMges and costs
be divided between them
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ACCUSED BY PRIEST
I LUMBERMAN IS INDICTED
WIASHHNOTOX Aug ISTwo Indict
ments were fouml lodnv by the Grand
Jury against Robert iH Partridge at
one time president and later tlrst vice
president ami uencral manager of the
National Lumber Company now In the
hands of a receiver one charging him
with false pretenses In obtaining HSCCO
from Kev Huher Eugene Hnnnnn rec
tor of SI Martins Iuhulie Church
and the other making Um allegation
that rartrldse committed emzbeiile
I ment Uv cnnvertlng tn hlc own urn
1 ll5i ci > mnil lons on the sale of stock
In the ciimiMnv to Fathei Htnnan bv
nilinipreiinutiin
ruuldge Is not now In the city but
I efTcr s will lie tunic to tad him
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THAW ADDS mf I
CREDITORS TO HIS
H BANKRUPTCY LIST
His Mother Increases Her 1
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Claim Against Him by
t Charging Interest
I irrrsnrna Anr 15Sept 7 Labor
Day has linen set for the first rawllng
of the creditors of Hurry K Thaw In
I the bankruptcy proceedings It Is said
I here that Thaw will be here at that
time
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Throufrli his loal attorneys Thaw to
day amended the schedule In his vol
I untary bankruptcy petition of Aw 7
p The names of five creditors are added
Thy are Daniel J OHellly of New
I York wlioso claim la placed at 1000
for clerical services rendered In 1M7 and
1WS Frank J Connolly of New York
1 for clerical services JSO Stone A 3ton
of Plttsbiirs attorneys for legal ser
vices JlM for 1508 Charles Morschau
1 eel of Pouijhkeepsls N Y for legal
services J100 Dr John A Card of
I Pouhl < eepsle N Y for medical ser
Ice Oj II II Dam of Poushkeepale
for meals 166
Th name of Henry Kendall ThaW
appears through tho petition
The claim of Mrs Mary C Thaw
against her son Harry K Thaw was
I filed today befora Referee Blair Her
claim Is for jooti7l31 said to have
I bofn loaned on promissory notes of
j which the claim states there are twen
tyfour running from iwo to J J
ulyfii frt SOt Jutn 1 1IIj nml UII >
lid All luit inn1 of the nolen ere
dHCd III 11 eIuIg TIIW III Ills chI
ole of llilHIII < xlvcx Its lihlnlitMn
In hN 111 in 117111 but In Mivt
1tIl 11 i Ilalm Iw 18 riaiRl rlli In
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LAWYER LOSES HIS CASE
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Conrt CJrnnt lra Joliannk DArryl
a l > fpree of Divorce
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Mrs Johanna C DArcy 1U today
granted a fInal decree of absolute dl
nrce by Justice Uliohoft In the Su
preme Court from George U DArcy a
lawyer to whom she was married In
Jersey City on Feb 10 18SS
The null 1U tried before Jmtlc
Truax In VUxy last and > he on the ttttt
I mon submitted bv Mrs DArcy rent
ed her an Interlonutory decree
I Jin DArcy named a nonvan known
La Marnlei Spiuhllnj and also as MamU
Lamb George H Dechon a friend of
I DArcy testified that the lawyer cam4
to live At the Cosmopolitan Hotel with
a wolitn and remained there a IIQk
UfO then removed to Nlh ty4l hth
street where the witness lodged with
l them for come month
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I Hisai
Health
Never Falls to Restore
Gray Hair to Its Natural I
Color and Beauty
No matter how long It has been gray
I or faded Promotes a luxuriant growth
of hulthy hair Stops its tiling out
and positively removes Dan
I druff Keeps hair soft and gtosiy Re
use all substitutes aH Jlmej as much
In 1 as SOc ilze Is Not a Dye
II and 50c bottles at drollgl
1 S nl ie for free book The C iri otthe flaIr
I Phil Hay S nee Co Newark N J
Hays Hartlna Soap ture Pimples
rel romh and chapped hand and all ikln
JlKii i Kc ix skin tin and soft lie
II tritestets Send 2c for free book The
i Car of the Skin
G reeriliiit Its a Cool Restful Place < vV
1 J L this TeaRoom of ours on the Fourth
and Floor You can lounge around at your
will read the popular magazines do
Company your correspondencein fact make your
self at home And Iced Tea or Hot Tea
D ry Goods I will be served you without charge
Do You Want to Save Money
On Your Home Furnishings
The answer assuredly is yeswhat woman does not Then take advantage of Our
Atifiust Home Furnishings Sale now in progress And it wont be economy at the sacrifice
of beauty desirability or quality You can effect very substantial savings on odd and artistic
bits of Furniture Brass Beds Mattresses Art Objects BricaBrac Rugs Carpets Mattings
Cut Gloss Fancy China Electric Lamps Silverware and almost everythmgelse included in
the category of Home Furnishings It will certainly be wisdom on your part to buy now
and here during this sale rather than later in the season when prices will be higher
Womens Writing Desks of Damask tea cloths bemslitehed
F urnit ure fine mahogany regularly Household 36x36 in in illlinen satin finished
S3500 at 2850 quality value 125 it 100
B i 2 Reductions Hull Seals fine mahogany Linens Damask tea cloths lllintn sinn
o inlaid lines j with rug box Cmsh hemstitched 32x32 in value
regularly 2750 at 2350 65c at 50c
Arm Chairij fumed oak with leather seato regularly Alllinen tray cloths or carven dainty pttterni value
5cat 25c
1200 at 900
Main Floor
Fumed oak settees Spanish morocco seat regularly
I 2500 at 1750 3 00 and 3 50 Summer footwear for
Bookcases of fumed oak fitted with 3 doors regu an women and misses can
I larly 555 00 at 4250 be worn until late in
And a host of other odd and artistic pieces propor Shoes at 245 the Fall Embraced
tionately reduced are a complete line of
walking pumps Sailor Christy and Garden lies
Thud Floor modish footwear that will appeal to the particular
One feature wed call attention Io it
women special se
French W i ton Rugs French Theyre genuine Wiltons the fine intricae detail worked out in this handsome
woven solid footwear All hersall sizes Regular pncei
in one
Reduced P rices piece in all sizes always 5300 and J350 Special at 245
but quantities are Second Floor
limited The deins and colorings are beautiful end
artisic thy the 7 but reductions lhc > ll not be reordered for Fall thats Boys 225 proves Less than our half determination price That
to sell all goods in the sea
46GG regular selling prices 1250 and 1500 W ask Suits 95c son intended for Russian
now at 950 and S1250 and Sailor styles in plain
5Gx8regwar selling prices 1950 and 52500 nw tan blue and gray chambrayalso stripy and checks
at 1750 some with two pairs ol trousers Broken sizes
66xIDregular selling prices S2750 and S3250f Also Decided Reductions
now at 2000 and 1750 on Boys Norfolk Russian and Sailor suits and youths
810 regular selling prices3500 and 45CO now suits for early Fall and school wear
at 1000 and 3750 Always on hand a complete stock of hats caps and
12rcgular selling price 6500 now at if 4500 furnishings
Third Floor Second Floor
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AwayDown Prices on Womens Wear
i Not a vcstipe of the summer stock must remain when the seasons over But how
i can you stand such losses is frequently asked of us The merchant who knows how to
1 take a loss is the wise onethats our answer
5400 to 55 50 English Rcpp Skirts S 16 50 Lace Costs Now 850
I Now 225 and 375
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SIZ50 0 S2250 epp and Jumper Suits
5 50 and 5050 Washable Summer Dresses
AW 250 and 350 Now 575 and 975
S2CO and 5350 Lingerie Wmste 52000 Silk Jumper Dresses Now 1000
Now 100 and 175 S30 00 Pongee Tailored Suits Now 1650
J500 to 51000 Ln ene SVjit
J Now 295 to 650 2500 Tailored Wool Suits Now 1230
Second Floor 53000 White China Silk Dresses Now 1650
275 White Petticoats at Union suits latefinished value
U hdermusl inS 200 tops of fine cambric W omen s soc ai 35c
J linihe1 with deep embroidery Womens silk lise hosiery double
And Kimonos flounc and scalloped underlay Undeweat heels and toes tan only regis
100 Nightgnuw atl5 larly 75c at 50c
of slircr namsnok lace embroidery and ribbon And Hosiery Womens bbk gauze Ijile lioie
trimm garter top spliced heels and
175 Corset Covers at 125 of sher nainsook toes elastic lOp regularly 35c at 25c
cmbiMdiry Inff ion lice und ribbontrimmed Childrens underwear gnltze colton title finish short
SOO Kimonos at 375 of Japincsc silk in ilninty scecd shirts kneelength pantaleti value 35c at 25c
Moral isiiis trimmid with satin ribbon border Main Floor c
Second Fuor
NI Mens silk fourinhindi I bias
Mi 100 and
Cn S striped cflecu regularly
2 5 c Vasn Goods An of wash unusual dress assortment goods SI 45 now at SOc
moil resrable for lOrd F UmiSnin S Imported madm shirts also percale
ISc Yard mountain west sfh in float figures and colorings cuffs
as poplin and abtcj attached coat models regularly S 145 now at 100
Striped inl paid effects in black bnwn blue and tan Men Jiuze isle halfho black grounds nut em
27 In vide reuarIy 2Sc yard Now it 15c yard broidered silk figures regularly 50c now it 35c
Mam Floor Mam Floor
6th AtC 18th to 19th St Greenhut Company 6th Ave 18th to I9ih St
Store formerly occupied by B Altman Co
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leading iV r Flannel Waists III
Specialty t y gf Now Ready
HCUH K e ft j Mtt
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Final Clearance r
All our remaining Summer stock
At Tremendous Sacrifices
Our pupote h to make a positive and complete cleanup nol ti
carry over a single garment
TAILORED SUITS
White Sere Suits
Marled to
Nary Serge Suits CIoee
I Slack Ser SuiU 1975
Rajah Silk Suit
FoTtBfT meet
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Summer Cloth Suits S3S sad 3950
HOUSE AND STREET DRESSES
French Foulard Dresses Matk to
Close at
Fancy Taffeta Dresses
Silk Voile Dresses 1675
Wool Batiste Dresses
Former Prices
Black Taffeta Dresses 28 sad 45
All Our JLinen Suits Madras Tub Dresses Foulard I
Jumper Dresses and Lingerie and Net Suit t
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ONEHALF FORMER PRICES
Extraordinary Sale
900 Lingerie Waists I
Ihtt wn 350 373 and 400
200 each I
225 Tailored Wash Sik WaLts I
Foract price wu 650
285 each
Broadway JOHN FORSYTHE and 18th 5t
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Stern Brothers
For Tomorrow Wednesday
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Mens Pall Neckwear f
Advance Styles t
The Radiant De Jolnville S 100
Folded in fourinhand scarfs in 38 color combinations
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Mens 6 Womens Silk Umbrellas
At Very Attractive Prices
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26 Rolled and Umbrellas 28 Inch Extra Natural quality Wood Twlllfd Handles Silk Close Value ji w > 200
26 > nd 28 Inch Heavy Twilled Silk Close Foiled Umbrellu 9 to
Hmdlej of Buck Horn Gun Metal Peirl snd Sterling Silver Yv
Value 400
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August Reductions in
Mahogany Funifltiire < < Beddimg
Bureaus 2550 3550 4100 11
Formerly 3600 4700 and 5200 j
Chiffoniers 2050 2300 3200
Formerly g2750 30CO and 4200
Library Tables 1700 2400 4000 I
Formerly 2400 3100 and 5100
Brass Bedsteads 1350 2000 2500
Formerly 1750 2500 and 3600
Enamelled Bedsteads > 475 625 800
Formerly 575 775 and 1050
Upholstered Springs 1000 1250 1650
Formerly 1256 1650 and 2175
West Twentythird Street
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Desperation Publication Exultation I I
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Very ltd wu Johnny Jones the diy he lost his Job
Hi wandered home dejectedly and sad his heart did throb
Twit then that through World Ads he bought i business enterprise
And now Joness savings have Increase to twice their former size
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cHORES ONE BEST PLACE TO LOOK FOR EVERYTHINO781 BUSINB5S i
OPPORTUfniT ADVERTISEMENTS WERE PRINTED IN THE WORLD LAST
WaEKS3 MORE THAN IN ALL THE SIX OTHER NEW YORK MORNING NUtS
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