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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MAT 9, 1911
DUE, HE DECLARES,
TO FEU IDS
Dr. Schlapp Would Have State
Assume Full Control of
an average of 74 per IW.iWn. In Itol
lani Juvenile delinquency among chil
dren slxtcsn years old has doubled In 1
the lut twenty ara. In RtWit the
numher of ennvtrfpd person between
fu irimn and twi i '-one i Increasing
proportionately raster than the growth
of population. Tit aama la trua In
Auatrla. In Hungary, In England and j
Bwltserlanil. flha tha aama tale be1
told of us, or ahall era begin at once to i
deal wit., this growing menace to ao-
cletr In a eelentlflr way?"
GRASPS LETTER OF DOOM
AND SHOOTS HIMSELF.
WHERE LAW NOW ERRS.
Present Institutional Training
and Treatment Come Too
Late and Are Too Brief.
The registration of every feeble
minded child In thla State, Ita exam
ination by a rommlalon of export, who
ehall preecrlbe treatment for Ita cure,
are proposed by Pr. Mnx J. gehlepp of
I ornell Medical fchool for tha abate
ment of the terrifying growth of Juve
nlla criminality In thta and other ci
ties. Dr. echlaep'e position aa alienist
of tha Children'! Court gives him firat
hand knowledge of thla (rowing evil,
which, to tha minds of sociologists, la a
menace which needs to te checked aa
aoon aa poaalble.
"Our whole ayatem of dealing with tha
feeble-minded child Is wofully wrong."
declared Dr. Bchlapp to-day. "The beet
we are doing la to confine the feeble
minded child, who haa begun to dlaplay
criminal tandenclee. In an Inatltutlon.
There he la kept six montha. Then he
Is discharged, and I have known of
raaes where the young offender has
committed the ssme offense fur which
he was confined as aoon as he wan dis
charged. Thla has been done over and
No Tim for a Cure.
The fault la not with the Inatltutlona,
but with the law which releaaea the
defective child before any cure can be
effected. I am In favor of keeping auch
a child In an Inatltutlon, asaumlng that
he should be aent to an Inatltutlon at
all, until he haa been entirely cured.
How Important It la for the sun to
begin to take effective atepa In thla
matter," continued Dr. Schlapp, "can be
Judged when I tell you that there are
12,000 feeble-minded children In New
York City alone."
"How do you arrive at that figure?"
the reporter Inquired.
"At least one per cent, of the children
who attend the public schools of this
city are feeble-minded. The number of
school children In till- city Is between
600,000 snd 700.000. This gives as between
5.000 and 7,000 feeble minds. Then there
are at least 6,000 feeble-minded children
who never reach the public school."
Dr. 8chlspp's attention was exiled ts
a newspaper article in which he la
uuoted aa aaylng that there are 12,000
morally Inaane children In thla city.
Hat Been Misquoted.
"I aald nothing of the aort," Dr.
Schlapp declared. "It la a groaa mla
quotatlnn. There la no queatlon thst a
goodly proportion of theee feeble-minded
children sre alao morally Inaane; but
what proportion I am not prepared to
aay. But I can any this that ttfty per
ent. of criminality among children la
due to feeble-mlndedness.
"Moral Insanity Is sn entity," Dr.
Schlapp went on to explain, "which la
recognisable from certain symptoms. A
child that Is well developed Intellectu
ally, or more than ordinarily developed,
may be morally Inaane aa easily as a
-hlld that la mentally defective.
"Define moral Inianliy?" echoed tho
alienlat "A child I morally insane If
It cannot Inhibit ceruir desires. It is
deficient on Its ethiciil side, no matter
how norma! It may he otherwise. If
the ethical Impulses am not developed,
hat Is moral Insanity.
' Such a child will Kteal. merely be
cause It wants the thing it steals, with
out regard to whom the thing belongs
to. It will take for the mere pleasure
of acquiring. Buch a child may become
ii pyromanlac, setting fire to houses,
sometimes, for the mere Joy of seeing
the engines responding to an alarm.
'Such a child may be cruel to Its
parenta, to Ita brothera. Its sisters, to
animals It may Inflict torture for the
pleasure tt derive from hearing ths
crlee of psln of human being or animal.
I'nless this tendency la checked the
danger Is great, not only to the chill
hut to society. Such a child may de
velop into a moral pervert, or, if 1 rr,--ted
and excited, into a murderer."
"Then 'vould you call what la com-
moniy aesorlbsd o a 'qulog tempered'
hlld morally insane?" the icportcr
No not exactly." Dr. Schlapp an
sa i red, iralfhlni the question, "but if
toe tendency toward quick temper should
go unchecked, moral Insan.ty might I
"How would you cure this evil?"
"That Is not a question to be an
swered off-hand," Dr. Schlapp repled.
"But this much Is certain: If we begin
early enough we can teach most feeble
minded children ethical values, and the
need for Inhibiting certain deslree. Of
course, a great many are not capable
of being taught, but when you realize
I hat even cretins are being cured you
can Judge that there is hope for nil of
"At least they m ist be restrained from
'OuMuully yleld'ng to their Impulses
The lack of power to Inhibit IhentSBlVB)
mult not be fostered by paying no at
icniion to their weakne.'Fcs, by letting
'hem run around loose In the streets to
carry out their own peculiar wills. The
danger to society from such a course
need not be dwelt upon The ethical
Idea ahould be drilled Into them In re
formatories. "At present wa are doing practically
nothing," aald Dr. Schlapp, returning
to the subject of the H He's neglect of
the feehle-mlndcd child. "If wa could
only get hold of them early enough we
could accomplish a groat deal. But we I
get them now between the ages of ten,
and fifteen. By this time the brain has
been abnormally developed along the I
B'rOAg MhOSi and we arc oo late. Tae I
eommlaslon thai I have in mind thould
be empowered to decide what ohlldron
need to he c nflnod In Institutions, snd ,
also for how ions period.
"aUropg Is awakening to the fact that
criminality, especially among children I
and the half-grown, Is Increasing rap
Idly," the doctor continued. "Germany
Is especially alarmed. She haa discov
ered a startling Increase In criminality.
The juvenile criminals between the ages
of twelve and eighteen there In 1H2
were M,7u. an average of HI per 100,000.
In IN the juvenile criminals wert 51,170.
Doctor's Edict of Death by Tuner
culosis Held by Suicide as
Sister Ptndi Him.
Alfonso Mule, twenlv-slx yairs n'd.
clutched In his left hand a letter from a
doctor, saying that he had tuberculosa
and could never get well, aa he reclined
on a sofa In his sister's room, In the
rear of a notion store at No. 247 West
One, Hundred and Forty-fourth street
to-day. and shot himself.
Mrs. Jennie Dattalier, tha elsetr. was
attending a customer when she heard
the shot She called Dr. MoCallum. who
said that death hao come Instantly.
Mule lived at No. Bleecker stteer.
He wae a barber and had been out of
work for some time. Ho visited hll sif
ter early to-dnv end complained tha
he wns not feeling !.
"lo bl 'U Into my room anl II
down." said the sti
Th can went bach to the roo and
for a lime teemed to be testing easily
Then , ima (he shot. The sister be
came hysteric! sfler the doctor tn,
her that her brother wn dead.
GRAND JURY SECRETS
BETRAYED IN OHIO.
Prosecutor Trying to Trace Leaks
That Post Men Trying to Halt
COM MBfS. O.. May 9. -The Frank
lin Coiiniy Grand .lury met again to
day to consider the legislative graft
scandal, strenuous efforts are being
made to trace down the aource of leaks
In the Uriind Jury proceedings. It 8 be
lieved at the Prosecuting Attorney'l
office that some one on tho Inside le
betraying secrets told In the (Hand
Jury room, and It la supposed thnt the
men who are said to be trying to halt
further Inquiry Into legislative corrup
tion are being Informed of the de
velopments before the Jury.
The (traft scandal has already had a
tangible result, In that Attorncy-den-eral
Hogan has ordered the State Unr
eal! of Accounting thnt telephone bills
of lenlslatora uro not to be paid unless
the conversation has been on alrlcdy
official business. This will mean a sav
ing to the State, it Is claimed, of lil.OUO
a year. When the lirand Jury met It
was found that four witnesses who have
been subpoenaed outside of Columbus,
bad not appeared, and It was decided
to await their coming. Other business
wss taken up.
The most vf.luable result of 0 years'
work at Civil Engineering in the Trop
ics was the important iliscovery of a
simple, harmless lierb tli.it is an actual
specific for Diabetes, a disease hitherto
ronsinVretl incurable. To prove that it
will give immediate relief in the most
aggravated cases I will send a SO) . pack
age (one week's supply) for only lie,
Write me to dav and see how quickly
Diabelol Herb will reduce tbl specific
gravity anil the sugar, restore weight ami
BtlUd up the system. Booklet, and diet
list, ihowiaf proper foods for diabetii .
mailed rce. F M. Ames, box 108 11
Whitney Point. . Y.
1 Bungalow "tT'
This 2 In. I'nst Itiingaluw llrass Red
with hcnv cans and II rails at headt
I wMtUrT.-.Trr. .J. 4.49
$3.00 Down on $50 Worth
$5.00 " $75
$7.50 " $100 M
Homes Furnished Complete
3 Roomi at $ 9.98
4 Room at $74.98
5 Rooms at $124.98
Open Saturday I -. til III I'. M
Caa quickly be overcome by
act surely and
genuy on tr.o
liver, t ure
Bess, end Indigestion. They do then duty.
SataO FIB. Snail Dose. Sasafl Prise.
Genuine awiiUst Signature
R. H. Macy Ca.'s Attractlaas Are Their Law Prices
"I tried all kinds nf blood remedies
wnicb failed to do me any BOad, but I
have found the right thing at last, My
face was full of piuiplcs and black heads.
Alter taking Catcareta they all left. I am
continuing the uic of them and recom
mending them to my friends. I feel fine
stben I has in the morning. Hope to
have a chance to recommend Casceretl."
Vied C. Wiuea, 76 Bias St.. Newark, N. J.
Plesssat. Palatable, Pewat, Tests Geed,
Do Good. Never Slckao, Weaken of Gripe.
I On, ISO, SOe. Never sell is Ms. The
genuine tablet stamped C. C. C. Guaran
teed te cure or your aaoaey back
MmL W IbmA rway at etk Av.edQr
Mth to 38th St.
R. N Macy Ce.'a AMraettewi Are Their Low Prig IS.
Don't Forget a Camera
If You Want to Live Your Trip Over Again
(We soil Cameras from lat.OO to ILU.SOj ;t IDKial
Kixi.tk t ejn.oo, postal card lite, and at charge iiothini
for (etching you everything in connection with miiiv
slkitting. To get good pictures von must h.ive fresh
fllma, We sell no other kind. sth n.
EVERYTHING THE TRAVELER NEEDS
Aboard and Ashore
$13.74 Smart Linen Coat Dreaaee, several colors: one piece; button clown
side front; long roll shawl collar, short sleeves; edges of collar and cutis
piped with pique.
$26.74 Man Tailored Suite, mncle of fine Imported serge, in nnvv;
also English Worsteds, in smart colon ngs of gray or tan; substantially lined,
Well -"ut ;md made.
$6.94 Instead of fg.SO for Mieaea' or Small Women's Linen Hunters
Full length, "ut on straight hrv.-s; long tuxedo cellar with overlay of con
$9.74 Women'e Lin-n Duetnra Full len,;i;,. Wt Styled t"od"l; I .' ' "t
fmporte ! Holland linen of gusrsntetd qunlll
Oilier Linen Dusters in stock S1 $3.98, $5.7t, $7.74 and Upwards,
$19 74 to $42 74 for Women'e urberry Rainaways," absolutely
weatherproof, in manniih materials, both light and medium weights.
Coat Sweaters; made of all wool worsted, medium length with either Inch or
low neck; white, gray, cardinal and broun; actual value $7.00;
Imported White Angora Cape, hand crocheted, of fuzzy worsted.
zepnyr weight, braided band with tassel; special $2.96
Underwear and Hosiery
Tho Kind Moat Ueed by Travellera.
"Marchionoaa" Knit Silk Vasts,
white, pink and sky, hem top,
Swiss Merino Vesta, high neck and
long sleeves: hii;h neck and
short sleeves; low neck and
sleeveless, choice 9oC
Jersey Ribbed Lisle Thread Union
Suits, low' neck, sleeveless, lace
trimmed front, tight knee 98c
Swiaa Cotton Union Suits,
low neck, sleeveless, tight
Gauze Lisle Thread Stockinge, flllh
fashioned fixit antl left double heel,
sole and toe, deep welt top;
Medium Run-Proof and Cauze Silk
Lisle Hoee, our own importation. Very
high lustre, double heel, sole and
toe, deep wt lt top; special 48-
that women have found most economical and least troublesome.
Crop Night Gowns, finished with
ribbon run torchon
laca 99 c to $1 98
Crepe Chemieae, torchon lace edge,
hem at bottom, 99c; torchon lace,
nhlwi run; hemstitched ruffle
at bottom $1.29
Crepe Drawara, hemstitched,
ruffle edged with torchon lac. . 99c
Crepe Corset Covera, torchon
Knitted Night Robes, of
cotton gauze, slipover or but- .
ton style $1.24
.kirt or Drawara,
trimmed with tor- . .
chon etlge 99c and $1.29
Percale Pajamas, pink, blue or tan.
trimmed with silk frogs and
pearl buttons $1.39
Mercerized Muslin Pajamas, pink,
blue or tan; silk frog and i
pearl buttons $1.69
Soieaetta Pajamas, In pink, blue or
tan; silk frogs and pearl but-
patterns, collar and wide
$2.49 for Serpentine Crepa Negligee, Persian patte
r, ver. of n i. . . 1 1 r Im mmIm. al ul
M , ' '' m Mniuaaeuiia cuinrs.
$7.94 lor Albatross Negligee, with sailor collar, trimmed with real duns .
$8.94 for Challie Negllgaee, empire style; trimmed with wide satin ribbon
and soutache braid.
$13.89 f'r China Silk Travelling Kimono, navy or black: trimmed with
n&1r : 5li5K w,th cap and re,kulr encawd in
$22.49 Trovallore' Lounging Outfit of Persian quilted silk, bordered with
, , Plin Mlk: square enoefette, containing cap, kniK.no ami slumber robe
to match, pink and lavender.
Other stylaa in French flannel, albatross and Venetian cloth. Including
imported models, at $9.94, $15.24 .md up to $54.50.
For Comfort, These Waists
Launder Easily: Pack Eaaily n n.
Pongee Waiata with sailor collar of plain color messaline or high collar embroid
ered in colors $4 89
China Silk Waiate, sailor collar in black or white, a'so tailored with plait tan d
high collar, opening down front 1 97
Other good styles, $3.96, $4.89, $5,94 and upward,
Veils That Are Used
Chiffon Veile, hemstitched and satin striped borders -. . 79c to $6 94
Shetland Wool Veile. lor Warmth 74- to i og
Waterproof Chiffon Veils, all Colon mid white; ' hemstitched on
four sides; $1.29, $1.89 and $2 24
Chiffon Hoods, comfortable, becoming, take little space. $1.69 to $2.79
Dispose of the Glove Question
VVe are showing Imported Engliah Handaawn Walking Glovaa.
n desirable tan shades; one button; men's, $1.39 women's $1 44
Washable Chamois Gloves, natural and white, one button'' men'T
97c and $1 .39; women s "neiia,
Women's, "Marchionoaa" Silk Gloves, with double finger 'tin' in ' '
three qualities, wrist k ngth. at 44c, 69c and 94c i elbow l i Igth 94c and $1 44
as . asaaa. r i i . . . 2 f iil
i" iia uiuvaa, vi.iv rtiiti i;ni, otie-Cl.ls;l oc and 517c.
Women's Foot Comfort
Quilted Satin Slippers in gray, red, light blue and pink, with wtin
iMiueu to mateli. prii-i- a I qq
Travelling Slippen ..f r,-.l. tun nr black v'lcl kid, leather uouea
t u imh t i'Ii : priee 70
Dath Slippers of Turkish Towelling! -lJ
price ... 99c ami $ 1 29
Kid boudoir Slippers, with large silk, pompon'. ' in ' colon uinl black j '
Pocket Rubbera'.'. '. '. 8?C
J-t K .
Cretonne Toilet Rolls, rubber lined, for carr, Ina li.nr brush ernnh 1,,,
brush, manicure instrurm nts, grc 29c to ' . , .J
ru.. 1. -1 r 1 d . . 1 .... , n ' ' ' : '
..,,nr, v .,, BHiss, inu, ,ll, I -owner Hooks, 'lc to
I till, i rirlinent ol Nickel Topped ' Silk Powder Cases 13c to
Whisk broom 1 it.fi ("' ' 39c : White Castile Sonp.
Celluloid Tooth Krush ShielHn 15.: Tooth Soun
sAi..i.u 1 iL u'.:l, aei . a I
ii1,., 1 1111 -,i mi iviirrora i:ir
Laveniler Smelling Salta. lbc
FOLDING UMBRELLAS AND CANES
That You are Not Likely to Lone i v
"Magic" Folding Umbrellas for Man and Women -will conveniently lit
inside a Suit Case $1.98, $2.97. $3.69 and Si 9G
Walking Sticka that fold in half-stylish and W
durable. Prices $1-98, $2.97, $3.96 and $4.96
Irom $2.89 to $3.74
F.lcctric Flashlights 44i to $1.81
Alcohol Stoves 51 e to 99(
paniona $1.63 to $3 4
folding Cloth-:i Han ;rrs 7: to 9i
ci Wall Hangars (
(Including a lew Things Usually Overlooked.
ar va- ' t t jau . .ixarnsn
BECOME A GOOD SAILOR
When you are aea-aick you would give thoueanda
of dollars for a cure. naasssesL
Why not give 3?k for tha prevention T
Dr. Brush'a .Sea-Sick Remedy appliee to land
aa well ae eea.
THE OUTER MAN
Men's Travelling Coats mm
Marlanf Mnk.;, I , 1,. ..I td... I....: .1 .- 1. mm
. ...w..-.. ... nm niisiii 111 win, pinioning vwise' to nccK so as .
to Pratael from dust; full large diaihle-hreasted models $10.74
ngnan DUrnPrrv. uTTotl . i h ir. inn uu h. ror.j, -,.... ..
, . w vesst. rs. 1 .M WBU, III ! 1 - mm. -
orgray,h.id .... 119 74
good model-: full double-
Other i on ts made ot gray or fan mohair
br ;itrd i-lfi it huftnn . I
mj ,i rivL
m v ri , . . ........
" " r" i int'ti uustcoats, lull. U. nisKl-looking
DUtton nigh to neck: protect from dust; double-brrasted imxlel
n.in'.' v ;ti in M,iKi, .i7f.istd modeh
Macy'a la admittedly the leading house of New York
catering to the traveller.
Every requirement ia carefully, even scientifically,
Many atorea act on the ayatem that a man or woman
who can afford to travel can afford to pay highest prices,
irrespective of valuea.
We have no right to grumble, aa that haa brought ua
much Kuaineaa that otherwiae mighc have gone elre
where. Wn givei some illustrations of how we cater to travel
lera who want the beat, including thoae who object to
paying high pricea.
j Men's London Rain Coata
.5 to $24.75
Double textura rubberised I ngliah
Cantons ram. dust and wind proof
town m tan and Olivg sh.id ! -
$24.75 and $27.50.
Made nf Scotch and Irish lion mtv ins
of our own importation. Original and
YOUR STEAMER RUGS TO ACCOMPANY
YOU Should Be All Wool (iS:)
Red Star Steamer Ruga, strictly all wool in latest Scotch plaids and volor
combinations, lull frlrtged, s,,- mdwh, ( $3.24. $6.19 and $6.49f.ivh.
WXH4, $3.89 A. $7.79 O;xl0, $10.39 to $12.34
Silk Bound Steamer Rugs, Cherbourg brand, extra soft all wool
tilling, sin 60x80, at, each $4.19
"Camping Out" Ruga, excellent wearing quality -regulation Army
color, size 61x81, at, each $2.24
Imported Scotch Steamer Rugs, Cierman Mohair and Camel's-hair
Blankets, priced Irom $9.89 up to, each $36.24
Shawl Straps and Trunks
. 24c to $2.17
$4.69 to $18.74
I . t . .1 T I
ling Bags '$9.38 to $40.74
Ca.ee $12.11 to $107.00
Trunks $3.96 to $86. 50
Trunks. . .
Combination Hat and
Trunka $28.89 In
Trunks . . $3.24 tO
Don't Overlook the Cushions
Steamer Chair Cushions, covered with Calcutta Silk, filled With good quality
hair, made in thro- sections. Implied with silk cord and UtsseiS, 111 old
rose, blue, green, brown and tan, at $4.96
Steamer Chair Cushions, COVrred with (lie best quality of denim, made in
three sections, finished with cord and tassels, 111 blue, green, brown'
and red $2 24
exclusive pattern m Ian, brown and
grem. Coats made with box or in-
"rttxl pleat', soft fronts and open
Men 'a London Mad
Kenneth (Xirward's celebrated coats.
Made of English tweeds and coverts
in various shades.
Soft Shirts, 94c to $6.74
Choose at Macy's from a beautiful assortment of the newest of this Summers
materials nude into the comfortable soft shirts with soft cuffs and at the usual
Scarfs and Ties, 94c to $3.24 , .
roUMnanaiKB in Imported l-'niilards. Imported and Domestic Knitted Scarfs
in great range of color combinations, also Bat ties in plain arid fancy silks.
Silk Lounging Gowns, $4.48 to $13 74
hut the sort to t.ike with yoti; roll ip into any corner of the ilressing
t ..' WH h IV' Mi. i i in .,11 tnivu.1 . A Am. .1 klel ...II.
si Mill iii -inr iiiiv vi n -wttoi wmi:.( - H JAJIIH" MHt
$6.94, up to tlW ImporlM English hand Nocked twill silk gowns at . $13.74
Underwear and Hose
Nainaook and Naincheck Muslin
Union Suits, athletic cut, sleeveless
and knat length, a must com
fortably fitting garment 98c
Jersey Ribbed Perfect Fitting Lisle
Thread Union Suits, white and
Egyptian color, long or short sleeves,
ankle length, neatly finished,
pearl buttons. Special $1.49
Silk and Wool Shirts and Drawara,
in na.tur.-il and white. $3.79;
In sky blue $5.69
Sheer Cause Lisle Sox, double heel,
vole and toe, in black and colors.
Silk Lisle Thread Socks, have the
appearance of silk, but wear much
better. Black and colors, extra
spliced. Special 48c
Foot Luxuries for Men m n
Leather Travelling Slippers of fine soft kid skin, ia tea or black
, ,r,,,,n, ,,,, ,, , n i n , j i i hi i 1,1 i I II II i i V
Bath Slippers of Turkish tunrlling;
P"'-" 99C and $1.29
Romeo and Opera Cut Slippers of tan or hlark
'' $1.59 aad $1.98
FOR THE SMOKER
Imported Havana Cigara at Macy'a Lowest Pricea
BASKETS DELIVERED TO STEAMERS
By Uniformed Special Mtsstngm
VI hen WH! buy fruil litre for gifts to friends who sail, you are a .stirej thj
same quality, ihe tame assortment, ins lame careful packing and the same
prompt deliver) thai you expect from the specialty dealer whose prices are aot
to be ' xtravagant.
I .ills Mam " I'.rf.i In,
Eapecialea, DOX of tg $4.49
El Cio Perfecto Royals, I'ampa
ma le, clear Havana; box of .
Pera Cigarettee, our own importation;
size C, Plain, 37c box 10: $3.69 box
100, Sin C ftotd lipped, 39c lx,x 10;
$3.89 !- loo.
English Briar Pipes, in fine leather
i.i-is. ticwi.iy (V t o. s liiKtiest (jrade
linnr; handmade rubber mouth piece;
push bit: sterling silver band: usual
price $4.00; in a variety of .
styles, special at $2.49
Smokine Tobacco, in airtight tins.
We are New York agents for Galla
htri hirh grade smoking tobaccos:
London mixture, made for us ex-
ItlslveK ; . oz. cans, 49c; .
Foreign Note Paper; tiox . 'Kit. lining
.U sheeN and twenty-fo'ir envelopes
litii d with culored ti .'.tie, Ma!
100 slie'ts and $0 envelop-s.
Bond Paperi cabinet containing ioq
sheets and HO envelop.-,; special,
Postage Stamp Cases; leather
bookv 5c to 21c
Leather Portfolios, titled vitlt blotter
Macy Candies To Enjoy En Route
imx oi about two pounds; contains
Mille Dolce Chocolates (Ma
o'er lOOpieCH no two alike $1.24
Chorolate Peppermints (Macy), in long nnrrow boxes 21c
Maraechino Cherries, Covered with milk Chocolate; pound box 39c
Caramele M.k j I, p ...an ! made; 110 matter what price you are
willing to pay; vanilla and chocolate flavors; plain or with nutmeati 20c, 39c
Salted Nut Meata, P unit i, large size, lb, 49c; Pignolia, 4ltnond -, Paeam ih in..
Sweet Cake Chocolate Wi y), absolutely pure
i pound, 10r;
Nonleakab'e Fountain Panel hard
An Excellent Fountain Pan; hard
rubber handle and No. 4 gold
nib: special at 54c
Sealing Was Cabinets, containing
twelve assorted 'ticks, candles, and
candle holder; special
an I cxMipartinanla
for autionary, letters, cards ind pens, from $1.04 : $6.66
Book Covers, ol black val and 'jter. with paper cutter attached:
special at. 1.41
Leathrr Guide Bsali Coven, with U W lie; re I, ; I 'II or
black; from $1.24 to $2.49
Leather Covered Automobile Record, keep a CO npletJ
record ot part; . route, a-: I m it tri ii used on trip.: from. 54c to $2.27
My Trip Abroad, I '.itller-cuVered, a book in which to .
jot down notes: fi mi $1.12 $2.54
The Travelogue Note Book, tor recording the places Visited;
contains map., and flags ol foreign countries; special at $1.64
Leather Covered Traveling Clocke, in red. streeti. purple";
from $1.67 to $1.98
TO WHILE AWAY THE HOURS
Pocket I hrsa and Checker Boards, S)8c, l.f and $1.39 aa r,
CHECK THIS LIST CAREFULLY
It Contain! the Little Thlnga So Esiiily Overlooked.
id tote Itathei
TO SCAN THE HORIZON
Marine Claasea $3.49 tO $20.69
F ield Classes $24.89 to $48.75
TrornCO,T, ... $2.24 to $69.89
A 1 1 1 n i i 1 1 1 ii, I ii'iil;
and Spectacle Caaaa. 39c to 69c
Compaaaaa, pocket n
and large si ae, from 59 C to $3.96
Drinking Cupa, oil ibleand torctlain, in call, ,ii .
' 49c ' - $3.4!.
Flasks, iii seal, pigskin, alligatoi and graii Ii ather .. S9c
Sewing Baskets, leather t r I ft if i it 1 1 . $6.89 to $12.49.
Hangers in Leather Casee, in pigskin, seal grain, morocco and real
94c to $1.39.
Jewel Boxes, piyskin, seal, monxco and fancy calt. $1.67 to $23.49.
Calendare, ol morocco, leal, grain and It vint, $1.69 to $7.89.
Bottle Casee, pigskin, morocco and sole Ii itlier, $2.24 to $23.89.
Hasty Line Pad, mOTOCCO, Wal and nr.iin leather, 94c to $7.89.
Fitted Dressing Bags and Cases, s?ai, pigskilj, wiilrus, cowhide and
mam and morocco, 98c to $97.50. I motV $1.98 to S6.89.
Milit ai . Bruahea in I grain, pigskii ind walru
Hot id Cloth Bruahea n calf, 1
Wliiei llrooiti, md i i
Glove I ml H .udke ' hief f'n
r o k 1 1- i aees, n ' cohi t
Coils' Pen hes or Dana,
Medicine Cases, i ig
Manlcurs Ceaea, seal g am, t ol d
Sii iori Cast a, in Levant and i i
A'cohol Lamp, ill sole lent I Pt e
Folding Pictuie F'rumes, lur one to fi a piCtUf
(wl Id . walrus a:
(roo o and 'iaii.
mori and pigskin
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11 9 1 I
4Cc i .
$U.4 10 $12.49
$1.24 ti $17.23
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Composition !'oker Chips, Un
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Poker Sets, I , triety of styles
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Baedeker'e Southern Italy
Baedeker'e Northern Italy
Baedeker's Great Hritain
llredearr s l'.r-l un.
$1.62, Stedman'a Guide to Eurooa. $1.14
$2.16 Satchel Guide to Europe $1.34
' 2 Allen e European Tour $1.12
iff, Ml f,ow to Prepare for Europe. $1.79
1 (,'. Three Weeks in Kinnna US..
Baedeker's Northern France, $2.03 Three Weeka in British lalea. . 98c
naeoeaer isorway am: 1 now to visit the tireat
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'8c tor CODJ r,m
Ihaj. in tact.
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Scientific American Hand
book of Travel $1.79
1011 selling elsewhere at $1.08 to $1
Crowded Out; Kosmos and Thermos Bottles, Doul
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