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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDHZBDA, 22, 1011.
in SOCIALIST WRITER whip rppiikp HISWIPELEFIHINI ,urland Took Poison as They Boarded Train Together in Boston. SKIED TO WIN HER BACK MYO HAS GIV F SPORT O'NHll Th- nfort 1 now cmirtiirfwl , In n ord-viv. iMMM nv -nil thr- ; non "r h m pit'-, mv or rif t.. f t'i pnr. tiiiiM- iln vii of Mir r.i k "UN ri'dni"! i'tn r i'i- pniH', M'liin- us ni)1 Iff dCpftHlntfttt fttc now illJMrt la lM MMf til ofTrixh'i ftf (rVWI) i..m.iihe-t I m ijiiitc tttft .Mi 'I" Ilia liM nl know . imi tli r--i noil illtltm iuh noil I ill-v- vrc u 11 1 ba nU lO POflWlMV ofcin Chut h .ft'.v l 41 rhtMt (1 cMiffht lo ittttd." IF THE MAYOR WOULD ONLY PRACTICE WHAT NDIX THE WRONG IDEA That's What Commissioner O'Neil Says of Governor's Objection to Boxing. StVooo Insurance Policy Con tained Clause Providing for Suicide. T P Parmalee. a frkd of Kell 'g iMirUnd. who Me mi MerKMIgl In llna mn laat Sunday from the efTe-ta of (MM swallowed In the pr.'Srnre of hit wife on alee-ntnl oar about In star! i 0p,,i , boxing aa n t jirear-nterl con- QaTSTIlOf Ml 'I opinion thai lnnllrwl botUi hn prove n faslhire It not hnrnl In hy either mr-inher of the iiMirvelnte.l State Athletic r.mimlsalon. Mayor llon h relleratel hl hellef that the situation In entirely MtlafM1 tory to llM ,-ommlssti.n nnd ahoiiM he to th rulill--. and to-iliiy Oimuilsaloner O'Neill, thr other hlf. aasrileil that tlie I iv has proven a ggcCSH all around and I ml eondltlanl nre lnirovlnC every day. Mi Prthir taslargl that ome one. an i n. my of Ihe aport. la supplying the Clever nor With fnlse Information rl ganlin BfdltlOWl under the Krawley law. Bird that Oovernor III- It now r New York. arTPM in Ihla I It v from i-oeon to-day nnd tfcWk dim" of Dur 1 'Og'e effecta. Mr. Parmal't- aald bur ial commltte.l eiilckle In a fli of de ..n Itjcv over marital iro i' Vv lMirland. bafore leivlng for rtoston - iat week In aearrh of hla wlf.-, lived In i farnlehnd room at No. 61 Washington Viara. Ill effewta were taken frnni Ijjaggj thjs afternoon by Mr Pgggaali ll-;s C tm .MraiM-hard. pr-ipi trior of he rooming hooaa. romplalnr.l at Po lice Haado.ua rtrra ttit- afternoon of tha action of Varmalee. Ialaotlvi were aant ta Mra. Ilranohard' home and found that Pnpmatee was aflM In the work of ramoval by an ari!i name.) AnMok and a writer n.irn- .l Kroff. Thaaa man explaltied hnt lh had liean aakad i.v VI - Durland to help Par main, Mra. Igrlatxt. they aald, waa With Partnalee mil re.mnied OUtatda the houaa, hidden In a taxical'. Aroordlnc to Mri. Rranchard amoriK lha papr tokm away by Pavm lie waa tetairi am tkat reached tha houj Hattvrday nlKhl Hdl'eiio.1 to Tiurlml It waa fruni Roaton and read: ToTne at om-e. i:eryfhliw l all rlerht." Mr Hranrlnrl d''a' not renwmber tha aljnatniV of t'-i teiofnt!). lur Mnd Uut left for Hu-tim before It ar rived.. It waa lenrnel ln-dat from Waahlna ton. J. t'., thai nmliitxl hrouirl I aonie fort of Mil aralnay hla wlfa In M irth of llila year, bin wlieth..: the paytfl v.'era aervetl or not la not clear. At My role Durland withdrew the ault In May. Then, a few weelrl axo. II ivni annonn'-ed that Mra IniHand hid I'roiigil a dlvone ault atuilnat har bliatairid pKinll Kucha, No. KB Broadway, was Miirland lawyer Mr. Fu )ia aald to- ay: "I ayw Mr. Durland laat week and t.ieo In attention to a neAatt.tn.-r IIOKla ai.Minc that Mra. Durland had Harted Jltorra prpreedliiKa .Mr Dui' lit.d aaln nc had nol been aerid with any panto and thit there waa nu dl l itre Ft'!' prti.l :w t,( hie know le.lwe." The Dttrlaadi wi re tnarried al Ware, Maaa., Jun - n, I WJH. Mra. Iiuilnnd waa the dlxorird wife of Robert Malnca, dinned for thi m l no other reaaon. Mr CCNltll aald thai tlie only Infnr million he haa n cardlna; Onv. Dlx'a In- llllUM h3 il'limd Unit the I ,C jrlalll t ore ri Peal tha lrawli- law la the deapairhea fr in Albany, aM that H la hla Intentl aa I,, hiftl a talk Willi Ihl II ivernor "lib a vl.'W o polntlni o it to the Kxe.uttve thai hi h"a lm wrongly Informed. rommU loner O'Nall further laolarai Unit in- purpolai finding ut who it la that la louring lux on limnlxed boxlnx Mr Malll ia aakad If the i-onitnla-elou glvai t hi Qoviraar official report! on ihi. atataa of baglng iiodii rhe new evati'in ind hi- e .1 1 1 1 It did not lie paid l,r til OUght au. h ri porta would do mm h to dkiabUM the Hovernoi a mind reaard Inn oondll ma and Unit he Intended a ix- geilng I ham to lis colleague! Majoi I ilxxin. "In my opinion, mid It l ahared Pf Major Dixon, boxlltg aa PMifOlleil y the Fianby l,w la pnivlna a dllthlol iiicoigi iii avery gray and eondlttoni are Improvlnn every day," Mid Mr. m P Well, He Finds Silence Is GolJen on the Part of One of His Appointees. At tha conclusion of tha meeting of the Btnklng Fund (Jommtaalun to-day the Mayor rising from his seat, salutej the City Chamberlain with. "Hallo, Moure, thiy tell me you are the allent man uf the city lovernment." Chamberlain Moore Just nodded and gam "Do you find that It pays to be si lent?" asked the Mayor. Mr. Moore nodded and smiled attain. ' 'That's rlaht, Moore," concluded she Mayor; "I wish we wore all UlanL" Mr. Mom IMsttad and nodded some more. Aa a Christina. Gin. We do not exploit tettimonisli si a rea son (or buying eur Plino, but i an reler lo thounndi o( houiehoMi where the Brhning hn been in me for yrin. Im proved by ueage, (utter than whrn purtKsied. which II lufficicnt proo of its merit. I'ssh, er terms It desired Maub. Igfli liailr detlKi-MrsUona St our wareeanni. Onr FIFTH AVENDI SdUfJ Near MUi St.. IM. Y. RAO i . . tr alf Mbr' I Kill. TO Inrh titfh bcbr'i cloth' It Poif i.ra:..! i - - , j 1 irnrwj ran nr iiri f. t. cuai, m i. 2M m nou ...' ofprlc It, K. T. 1 ll.e M.t'll uu a play' :An.,l "Heart! "tar, and unJler .... a n ad Uanevteys .lalnaa elie wr name." ..ptil a, Tin. 1 1 i In n 1 look nut a life I auranre pollc) for 111,000, pnahl to is wife, ileiievlme ifc' I njrlnn.l. By the proirliloui ui Ihe pellcy It 1e Incoo 'etable for stili'lde ufMr i certain erlod. Mrs Dtirlafis) bd" Mode ciami lor the IU,gn at the floaton ofll ss 'f the Equitable Assurance Hocli-ly I'urlend took vyaunlde of potaaatum In tha preeence of hla wife on a train l.i tha Bolton elation, lie collaps d ut her feel and waa ted liefore the nm bulanue reached Urn (teller lloepltal. A weak ago Durland HUH litleri to : lends here In whirl he .1 Ured that he would take his own life If he wa nut able to win deck hla wife. Occulists Prescriptions accurately filled If you have had youreyes examined by a private prac titioner, bring Ins prescrip tion to us. We will fill it and save you money. We will accur ately grind 'the lenses your oculist has ordered you to wear at the very lowest price cons s ent with accuracy. W e opera ' e four t horough ly well organized factories and assure you Perfect Fit ting f j lasses. HarriiClaa&eac ,t $2.00. IM.(Xi and J5.00. tocVvV& axvd (3rliudaarAs. 64 Knit 2Hrd St., near Fourth Ave. 17 WfitadtliSt.. bet. S httiidethAvca f4 Wett UBtil St., i Lenox Ave. 442 ClumiiuB Ave, r aMafM St. ?G Nauaau St., mar John St. 70(19 Brn idwajr, m nr Willo'by, BWyn Fulton St., opp, A. &. S., Ukl ii 697 Bmnd St.. ncarHahnr 'i. Newtiik Rtgitlrrrii grVkJ e i i i ran l ruat .ii urn .fu6(iAed iRlury i tl 1 n 75 Scalloped Damask Cloths, Napkins, etc, WV urut our patrons to do their Christmas ihoppinn at tha farlitst possible date. In a luiutilu! selection ol patterns and in qual ities ranging from a medium grade of heavy duuble Lptmask to the very finest made. Round Cloths, 72 inch diameter, 84.75 to 10.50. HI inch dian i ter, lo.SO to U.50. 90 inch diameter. $10.00 to ls.oO. Dinner Napkins to match, 57.50 to 20.00 doz. Scalloped Damatik Tray C.lotha, :m and SI. 00 each. Hemstitched Damask Tea Sets .o x ih inch Cloth apd 1 dozen 15 x 15 Napkins, 14.50 to lO.ixi a set. 45 Ji 45 inch Cloth and 1 dozen 15 x 15 Napkins, 85.50 to 12.00 a set. 54 x 54 inch Cloth and 1 dnzen r5-xl5 Napkins, S6.50 to 14.00 a set H. S. Damask Tea Napkins, comprising ipward of fifty different desigrs Prices J&2.75 to U.50 per dozen. Tea Cloths, .v x M inch square. 81.00, 1.2S, 150. 2.oo, 2.50, $.00 each. 45 x 45 inch Square, $1.75. 2.o, 2.50, .3.00. 3,50, 4.00 each. 54 x 54 inc'i Square, $2.50. 3.00. 3.50. 4.25, 5.50, 7.00 each. Carving Cloths, .75.81.00, 1.25. 2.00 and 2.50. James McCutcheon & Co., 5th Ave. & 34th St. ..vaTAltoru rffrdrdrfJrrlrJfj jjlbaJfedrrfeJ 1 1 i i Stem ; Brotlhers direct attention to their choice selections of Women's Neckwear comprWnR new and desirable effects in Side Frills, Jahots, Shawl, Sailor, Claudine and Stock Collars, Collar and Cuff Sets of Venetian, Irish Crochet, Rose and Duchesse Point and Car- rkknucrota Laces, also Chiffon and Crepe de Chine Scarfs in attractive colorings and combinations. FOR TO-MORROW, AT VERY LOW PRICES JABOTS, of Net, in the new cascade eflects, trimmed with Valenciennes laces, at 45c & 68c SIDb FRILLS, trimmed with rell Irish lace, at 95c, 1.50 & 1.85 STOCKS, of real Irish lace, at 1.25 & 1.95 (jUIMFLS, of plain shadow and tucked net, with long sleeves, at 95c, '1.35 CHIFFON SCARFS, in floral effects, at 1.55 Allover beaded, in the most desirable colors, at 1.95 MAIN Fl OOP MAIN BUILDINQ Leather Goods Traveling Hags, plain and fitted with Sterling Silver, Parisian Ivory, Ni:kel and Ebony Toilet Accessories. Hor the Motorist Limousine Cases, Motor and Shopping Bags. Specially of interest to Men are Cigar, Cigarette, Card and Letter Cases, plain and mounted. Tourist, Dressing, Glove, Handkerchief, Veil and Tie Cases, In soft rich leathers, made in various colors. Sewing Baskets, Jewel Boxes and Hand Tooled Stationery Racks, Portfolios and Desk Fittings. Values Extraordinary for To-morrow, Thursday, HAND BAGS OF ENGLISH MOROCCO, gilt frame, cordelier handles, fitted with purse, mirror, powder box and vinaigrettes, also of MOCHA AND PIN SEAL, gilt and covered frame, cordelier handles, fitted with purse, Value $6.00, 4.75 Art Embroideries Chinese and Russian Embroidered Articles, Sewing Stands and J Straw Work Baskets, satin-lined; Tapestry Picture Frames, Scrap baskets and a large variety of Cretonne Novelties. TO-MORROW, A SPECIAL SALE OF SCRAP BASKETS, of Tatxstry, French Gilt and Cretonne, at L65, 2.75, 5.00 CANDLESTICKS, French Gilt at '1.35, 2.00, 2.50 And in addition have made Great Reductions in HAND EMBROIDERED SCARFS AND SQUARES, at 45c, 7Sc, '1.50, 1.95 Formerly 65c, $1.15, 2.25 and 2.65 irders for Stamping received in our enlarged Art Needlework Department. lit; U ILOOR ' NEW BUILDING Decorated Chin a ware Large assortments are shown of Rich English and Limoges China Plates In Dinner, Entree and Bread and Butter sizes, for serving Fish, Fruit and Desserts. FOR TO-MORROW, A RECENT IMPORTATION OF Decorated Limoges China Bread and Butter Plates, Doz. 2.00, 5.85 Formerly S3.00 and 9.50 Dozen Entree Plates, Doz. 4.50, 6.50 Formerly r co and 12.50 Dozen Dinner Plates, Doz. 6:50, 10.00 Pormerlj . 9.50 and i5.oo Dozen Tea Clips and Saucers, Doz. $4.50, 15.00 Formerly 06.00 and 27.00 Dozen Bouillon Cups and Saucers, Doz. '5.00, 15.00 Formerly S7.00 and 2.5.00 Dozen , Brilliant Cut Class 1 Highest grade and most artistic designs, in unusual variety, in cluding Compots, Salad Bowls, Water and Claret Pitchers, Flower Pots, Vases and Centrepieces, Jewel Boxes, Sugar Howls, Cream Pitchers, Dec?nter5. Telerv Trays, Nappies and Can-delabras. At 33 THIRD FLOOR I al Values MAIN BUILDING West 23d and 22d Streets Lord & Taylor Foundtd 1 8 26 SILKS We carry in regular stock Over On T 11 and Shade o' Chiffon, Chiffon Cloths, etc. at Moderate Prices. Special Values for Thursday 42 inch Black Satin Crepe ) (Slightly crinkled.) $I3& Heretofore ft.OO cr yard, at) 30-inch Black Teau-de-Sourie Regular $i. quality; at, pc 0,000 yards double w dth Crepe Meteor In the choicest evening and street shades ; also white, ivory ami Mark. Hegulariy per yard, at. yard 68c $1.58 Imported Broadcloths 1800 yards 54 inch Satin finish Black Broadcloth, sponged and shrunk. Formerly $3.25 $1.88 per yard Also Diagonal Serges nd Muck. j8c Value $1.50 per yard, at) Soft Finish Diagonal Serges la colors Special Values offered in Stlkj Wool and Chtffon Waists Tailored Messaline Waist TUCKED MESSALINE MODEL with fine side pleat ed jabot; long sleeves. Black, navy, brown and gray. $4. 05 Vahw ?o.oo. Wool Challie Waists White ground, colored stripes. $2.05 Value $4.00. Dressy Models CHIFFON CLOTH OVER FILET LACE with fine pleated jabot of net and net at collar and cuffs. $10. 75 Value $10.75. BRUSSELS NET Oil CHIFFON CLOTH with double lining of net and nicssuliuc; trimmed with Vcuise lace; shadow lace ut collur. $12. 75 Value $19.00. IVomen's & Misses' Sweaters In various weaves, combinations and self color. $2.95 $3-5, $4-95, $6.50, $750 Broadway It 20th St.: 5th Ave.; 19th S . r tfiitt rm(t(itn t 12 ST STREET-WBsaBT E40CH a.,Bsi saHaa. Between Lena. 7QiAvc.- Why Shop Downtown? aJfiSlli If we are underquoted, ask us to give you your money paiic. FlfthV VFloor Tovland Is Open Tk. littV. II im .n..rl Fu... Available Inch of sell- 111 111 ! liaillNVIIIIVyi eWTWiy e sjayasaasBB tng goace on tha fifth floor has been loaded down with thousands ol TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES. Bring fhe children to sec the wonderful new playthings that Santa Claus has constructed since fast YuieUde. Come as early as vo can: come as often as you like. waw Tailor-Made Suits Ai 1 Off Narked Al yr prices The greatest monev-sa vine event in New York. An Immense collection of this season's models? choicest materials; newest colors and black at exactly H OFF OUR WELL-KNOWN LUW PRICES. These arc examplcgt Wire Now Wire Now I15.00 7.50 1 25.00 12.50 fl7.75 8.88 128.50 " 14.25 119.75 9.88 f 29.50 1 4.75 f 2.5. 50 1 1.75 $33.50 16.75 None C. 0 D. None Credited. W,.e Mill: 4- 1 Off Marked 11CW milllllCr y U ;2 Prices Remember, all fresh and up-to-date models. Many of these Hats have not been In our show rooms longer than I or 2 weeks. Were $10.00 Were $5.98 Were $2.49 Trimmed Dress Hats, Trimmed Tailored Hats, Wetrt now $4.08 2.49 Were now $3.98 1.99 Untrimmed Hats, None C. 0. D. NOW 7.50 NOW 3.49 NOW 2.49 NOW 2.49 Wrr. $15.00 Were $0.98 Witt $2.98 Wr $2.98 None Credited. Wars $1.75 5?00 NOW 2.99 HOW 1.24 NOW 88c Women's Neckwear: Little Prices I tABOTS ot tine hji:tf; trimmed with real Irish lace; reg. fl.50; each... 1-00 I WHITb CHIPFUN SCAKFS with pastel colorings; 2 yds. long; reg. M M, Oc r aw an i:fr m s f ilia riiisic. cniDruiuwfui ick. wi MMhiii Aofc Fur Coats, Scarfs, Muffs The Koch Guarantee Stands Back of Every Sale To-Morrow's Prices Greatly Below the Regular FRENCH SEAL COATS with shiwl collar W.WI NEAR SEAL COATS with shawl col Iar .ea.oo CARACUL COATS deep roll''1?0": Iar au.uu PERSIAN PAW SETS 8- AMERICAN WHITE SETS ..18.00 NtAK SEAL COATS full length. 59.00 PONY SKIN COATS full length. 42 50 PONY SKIN COATE full length. S3.50 NATURAL RACCOON SCARFS. 10-50 NATURAL RACCOON SCARFS. 13.50 SKUNK RACCOON SCARFS 13.00 SKUNK RACCOON MUFFS 18.00 Black and Colored Dress Goods (sd) its and 'clack 54-INCH ALL WOOL DIAGONALS colois and click i Keg. l 54-INCH BEDFORD COb SUITINGS I & $1.25 54-INCH ALL WOOL BLACK CHEVIOTS t TOr 54-INCH ALL WOOL HOPMCK1NGS " O- 54-INCH POLO CLOTH In gray, tan, navy, cream and black; regularly g a. no a aa ' l.7o anu eeiM Royal Wilton Rugs fiSffi. W- m - ee' eAVWWIUta-1 This offering uk u.les an excellent assortment uf the newest designs and color-effects. Every price a revelation in value-giving. Mie 4.6x7.6: n no 6x J(t.; CA 8.3x10 6; ,. 9x1Jft. -Cft reg 12 50... 7'0 reg 2t.0O. W.aw reg. J0.0O.aV?f J , reg. 33.00. o.w Lace Curtains l3 Off The end of an extremely busy season f nds us with a large accumulation of odd lots, which we have marked regardless of original prices, and ALL ONE THIRD LESS THAN FORMERLY. The season's latest designs In Irish Point and Scotch Lace Curtains will be found, In TWO, THREE and FOUR PAIRS ol I pattern. Some slightly soiiea, dui an peneci in every particular, eariy- ;omers will cenetii immensely. Women's Silk Petticoats, 2,85 Of heaw Quality black messaline; deep plaited flounce; finished with col ored silk ruffle and black fr:nge. Also another good style In coronation, American beauty, king's blue, emeraia ana oiuer pretty snaaes, iringe to match. Silks Were Never Lower FANCY SILKS 27 Inches wldt in stripes and checkij a quality sold elsewhere at Jl.oo; mursoay..... BLACK SATIN PRINCESS imported; one yard wide; soft, shimmering, long-wearing; made Py notea rrencn manuiacturer; reg. gt.jo; yard.. COLORED MESSALINE all pure silk; t8tt Inches wide; street and evi-ahiriei-. il.o white, cream and black; regularly 59ci yard PRINTED FOULARDS all silk; 23 Inches wide; most desirable colorings and designs; a quality that has been selling at 89c to $1.00; per vard. . COTTON BACK SATIN 24 Inches wide; suitable for lining or pillow tops; In all the wanted co:ors; yara 49c 1.09 39c 55c 75c 71 OlaCa furniture Without Deposits lurt Uatavftl la tbU wanner h Mftl protrfl MtUf4 tor to th bu er. Our luvibotf tc ulvvuj ttt ulrittr our imlrun. CALL AND MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS . . . . V.. -k Vm. Im. I.lun.l ., .......... I . uar lerms spina i. .-.rw .... -- 3Huuuu I A tkuuius I A UiMiiue I A Uuuuie I C wuiu. kiieri meats lurui.lird " uraulieg I 'I mu.-lnl I ii r ii i. h nl I I unit. hea I t urDl.hedee w p.v $1 A WEEK OPENS AIM ACCOUNT Frtight. 1 Won fir OUR NEW CATALuOUE. Mailed Fni Mahogany Dining Koom Furniture 200 Sewing Machine! on Credit China Closet In maliOK- Mshoeany Dlnlni Chnir; i ii I n e r AIHK Sale of Silverware Thuraday, Friday and Saturday Will Find Thig Department Doing .. r. sa... T, Ul... Tl. 17-11 i tne otggeav uuwiaa j auk i uuuwmg Values Tell Why: TEA SETS quadruple plate; 4 pes reg. 00 8 98 COFFEE SETS quadruple plate; 3 pes.; beautltuliy engraven; res i.50 498 CASSEROLE DISHES quadruple plate; pierced designs; reg. 4.50 3.39 SANDWICH PLATES - engraved de signs; reg. 2 50 and 13..1.T5, 2.B0 BAKING DISHES - quadruple plate; pottery lined; reg. hj.ju sj.iu SERVING TRAYS beaded edge; 10 and , la. ree. 13 and 14... 2.23, 3.8B I NUT OR BERRY BOWLS pierced de- . j v 9. O.h signs; reg. r. BREAD TRAYS beautifully engraved desiuns; reg. z so " CRUMB SETS beautifully eninvert designs; reg. 12.50 1.T5 FERN DISHES - pierced designs; reg. 2.75 ...1.7 MAYONNAISE BOWL AND TRAY silver.or golitlined; reg. ft 75 1.25 INDIVIDUAL CASTORS-2 and 3 bot tles; reg. $1.25 and $1.50 . 85c 1.00 NUT PICKS AND CRACK-s;t' of is picks and crack; reg. 75c. 49 SALT AND PEPPER BOTTLES Iter ling silver top; reg. 75a 40, SALT AND PEPPER BOTTLES-s lv , plated tops-, reg. 25c each; pair Me BREAD TRAYS. SANDWICH PLATE'S FERN DISHES, BON BUN DISHES MUSTARD JARS, SYKUP JJJQS SPOON TRAYS and CNDI K-ST1CKS-, reg. $1.50 to $2.50 . 98.- arn ae-l OTU Ai:V I I IIU Aft I H Si'I" r syaai 3U"iJa; o i ii nrJiiiwKi vm iw i n h iiNTii.nr.M. IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED A WORLD "WANT AD." WILL GO AND GET IT. Knives. Forks. Spoons i . m an . 1 EASPOONS set ot - reg. c...c TABLESPOONS set of 6; reg. $1.25, 05c TABLE FORKS set of 6; reg. $1.25, 86c TABLE KNIVES set of 6; reg. $1.25, 95c FRUIT KNIVES set of 6; reg. ft. 89c COFFEE SPOONS set of 6; reg. 65c, 49c SPOONS Set 6, reg IB. I ORANGE BUTTER SPREADERS set of 6; reg. St. 50 1.05 Rogers' A 1 0,,.l,t OYSTER FORKS set of 6; reg. $1.25 nriu . . 05C i--m L-auLts reg. 50c; each GRAVY LADLES reg. 50c; each PIE SERVERS reg. $i.25 each. COLD MEAT FORKS reg. 50c JELLY SERVERS reg. 50C each LEMON FORKS reg, 39c, e-.j,. SUGAk SPOONS rer. a$ci each R1ITTFR l-NIVPC ... u I ..... j -jl; nca SOUP LADLES rig. $1.50; each. 39c 95c each. aec 39c 86c 18c 9c 95c