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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1911.
TUO STEERS STEER AFLOAT IN RIVER IE MIX-UP Captain Claims Marine Salvage After Animal Gives Hot Fight on a Pier. "A Tegs Rteet"nnt by Hoyl-held all nt th hoard MM MOM nf MM riling at Pier No. 43, North Itlver. thin after noon, and Might wildly the Intricacies of marine law, local pollen regulation MM UM p..H.. comliatua for two noun. Cnpt. William H. Westervelt of tha Tarlea Towing "ompativ tug .lease waa going from Tier No. 43 with a low, when h mw a strange red object ploughing througli the river toward the Httery. 3flo feet out In the stream. "It'a a etear, irgoah." remarked fh captain. Mo he ateered for the ateer, while the ter ateered for the Statue of Liberty at full apeed ahead. As the tug came nlongalde the dri-kliaiida threw a line about the neck of the r-lmming rebel ejtalnst being a sacrifice to the Heef Trim. Then they towed the ateer back to Pier No. 41. A government lighter liolated the ateer In the pier. Then the fun began. The ataer m tied by a flnr.en ropes, primarily to aacure a marine lien claimed by Capt. Wee ter veil for salv age at aoa. Hero Capt. Weal or veil's veralon cornea In. "A lot of dn.d-hurn.-d landlubbers. " aid the captain, thought they would beat me out of my e.vlvage and cut the lopes. It waa one of these here de horned ateera, ami whan It knocked down David A. I'arlea jr. It couldn't gora him. so It Just pushed him alnn the dock with Its nose and then Jumped over lila body and atnrted back for that awlmmlng trip. "Hut 1 mode her fast again and MM la a aleer a she? cavorted to liMt the band and raised more fuss than 6 I rich, imuggler pleading Innuience of i hrlnglng In stuff what hasn't been d dared. The pier got crowded. The police came along and we had It out. Hut you ae I've got thla here blamed steer." He certainly had. The etir. thor oughly mad, strain.-.: at the line, but the toreador tug ciptaln hold on for dear Ufa Ho eays the ateer Jumped off the cattle boat Fulton, en route from Jersey City to the Bermuda Line dock. He will stay at pier No. 45 un til the Heef Trust comes ncroaa with tha marine salvage, as It Is (Ixed by the laws of thoae who live by the sea. GRAFT CHARGE LANDS FEDERAL AGENTIN CELL Secret Service Foe of White Slave Traders Locked Up by Hartford Police. HAFfcFORD, Conn.. Nov. 3 Pas quale rigntullo, a Secret Service agent, who on, I i ted the white slave raids In this city and New York and ha. been active In breaking up the white slave trufllc In .11 part, of the Bast Co, tha lat year. Is under arrest here, charged with extortion. He spent a night In a cell In default of 12,000 hall. When Plgnlullo carried hla crusade to . Hartford ha made three raids on houses In Commerce street One of the houses ! Is alleged to bo owned by Pastiuale teiiaru. T Police Cant an Dunn t'lu-.i said yesterday. "After the Commerce street raids Fts nlullo came to me nn l told me 1 noulJ be arrested unlets 1 gave Ma Has'. 1 told bim I did not have 1600 and i.e con sented to take pay In instalment:). First 1 gave him 1-uo in cue... A week later 1 went to New York and gave bin an other Ills). Later 1 gave him a check for 1200, which he offered to return for lis) cash." Uelec.lvea Welti.er and Henry told juecu to draw thirty 10 utlis from the bank. Thla lUM0 did and t lie money waa marked. When l'lgntullo got off a train fiom Nev York at U.K) o'clock yesterday, US4M was at tiie gtatl in ; I meet lilir ind the detectives were watching. A ordlnc to I he detectives. PtfnlullO I ),assed tne check to usco, and Die latter liutiueu ovui ?i.. mo wicbi j followed- "I am a Federal officer!'' Plirnlullo cried when the detectives laid hands j:i him. "I am lniniuno from arrest'." and he drew back as though he would give fight. Hi wa.i overpowered and taken - . l. - .. 'i. .i tmtlnll This is - neat frame-up," the MOr. service man said as he waa led to a cell ,u default of I2,W0 ball. The prisoner then sent a tslegruin to George W. .Mitchell, hl chief In NW York Half an hour later Kidney ilnw liy, l.'nlted State! Marshal for Co'i liectlcut. hurried to tho Jail and da- j innnded that Plgnlullo be released. "He's one of the must trusted men In the secret service," aald the Murshal. You have no right to arrest him." Aibout this time Hie telephona rang and George Craft, aMlgtglll superin tendent of tho secret service in thu Bagt, said to Chief Dunni "Plgnlullo ahould be released at once lie Is chief witness for the Govern ment In a most Imnortsnt case in the morning. What's more, he Is an ah- ! lolutely trust. vorhy niun This charge agalnat him Is ridiculous." District-Attorney Wise alio asked J vainly for his release. "I can't let this man go," Dunn re- ' piled. "I bave never been Instructed i that aerrst service agents are Immune from arrest and I piopon to make a Ut it." INTO I SPENCER FIGHTS LIKE A MANIAC IN COURT CAGE Furiously Denying He Faked Insanity, He Gives Officers Five-Minute Battle. SrriIMJFlBI,r. Mna., Nov. 7XA l.irgo number of witnesses for the pros ecution went on the stand to-day at tlit muder trial of B-rtram O. Spencer, charged with snooting and killing .diss Mnrtha II. Blackstone. Their testimony was to the effect that during their ac quaintance with the defendant they never ii anything that would lev! them to believe that he waa Inaane. When Dr. C. P. Honker, who exam ined opencer In Jail, went upon the stand Hpencer showed signs of anger and began to mutter to htmielf. but was soon quieted by his wife, and the turnkey. Or. Hooker told of his call to the Jail to examine Spencer and said that at the conclusion of hla examina tion he said to the prisoner, "Spencer, you are faking." At thla period In the testimony Spenoer s lagc burst out. lie atood up and called out to the wltnaaw: "You ana the one that tried to poison mo. You are tbe one that tried to put poison In my cup. I wasn't fr.king then, was I? I won't alt down," orVsl tha prisoner to a court officer who tried to quiet him. Ho tried M poison me. He put poison In my cup and In my salt and peper shaker. Another man aaw him do It Flaking, was I?" Turnkey Wnde and Deputy Sheriff Leydo-n Jumped Into the cage and over powers! Spenoer, who made a fierce struggle. The prisoner appeared quite exhausted and as the. officers relaxed tholr hold 00 him, he began to swear art them and nt the wltneaa. "You don't mvd to hold me. I'm all right," be aald. Th scuffle lasted nearly five mMutM and nt length Spencer lay on Wie bench In the cage, moaning, grlnd- MB Ms teeth and crying. His hair waa ruffled and he had roysved a slight abmalon of the skin on hla forehead. Iirlnc rho MU8M not a single person In the eoajrt-r-.otn stood up. the spec ta'.ors having Icartvd a lesson from yesterday's proceedings when smw ot the onlooker were eje-tel from court tor not remaining in tliysir seats. Dr. Hook'-r denied that he had tried to poison the prls mor and said that on one or two occasions he had prescribed mod. ine for IpWntfl headache. DEFIANT BUTTER AND EGG TRUST "BOOSTS" PRICES. Itl Face of Suit for Dissolution, It Raises Cost of Food to Record Heights. CHICAGO. Nov. a The atony glare of the Government Is fixed on the lilgln Butter Board and the Chicago Butter and Ktfg Board. Yeaterday both truata boosted the price of butter and egg to tne highest price of last year eggs, 40 to 42 cents; butter. 39 to 40 cents at re tall. Suits tor Jisnlutlcm have been brough: against both concerns. Assistant United States Attorney Albert Welch, who la In chargo of the Government suit, said to-day: "We arc going to prove the prices are Juggled In favor of the big commission mer chants during tlio year. Then these com mission n HIS i get together and fix the tolly price on butter. The price In Elgin is just an arbitrary and Is made fur the entire country. K. I.. .1. Adams, a commission man. aald: Where the public is hit the hard esi U In tne large number of handlers r. 2&.3 2LSS by the creamery, sold to a contractor, who In turn disposes of It to the whole saler, he to the jobber, the latter to dla tributnrs or wagon men. and they go to ,ka pr.'c.IlD- Till .- Id lf-r.iT l a I- tr I'.i JJJ mtgng a profu t0 each ot the handlers." Ml rtm TUnMPnM'f; rflTTflN wh. inwiai. ' w PLAN VISIONARY, THEY SAY. The plan proiuad by CoL 11. M. Thompson of s. H. P. PtII & Co. t form a ejO.wxj.oiio indlogte to sustain the price of cotton In the South was looked upon in cotton clrolM yesterday as somewhat visionary. :'oine even as erlbad u to speculative motives, as col. ThonpMB ll upiiobtJ to be heavily Ions of cotton future). H. H. l'ell said thxt neither Col. Tho:np-..:i ,i"r the Arm expected any im mediate trarhet results from the on nounceir III Of the plan. "Thd i ... pregf," Mr. Pell Bald, V.eems to liaVS overlooked the one es sential tegturg of the plan, which is in . iwlll n valorisation scheme. The plan ll it It one of holding cotton, but Is on " ," ,i ' irj. Ji",T. burn ind guffer f) damage from erettb' fir condition CAPTAIN KILLED CREW. OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. n.-"All night long I "it on the body," said Capt. John l.vana of the schooner Rook IllaDi u- IIWlM MMMlf up for the death of Pour i.es.-tn, iit only aecKti.ma, who lie uad choked to death. "In my mil. I 1 went over lliu stiuuglu, leuklng 1. tbing of some other means by which 1 could have subdued him without kllllr;. him." fJeiltn, t'.iought to have been cia.'jl by i!Uor, altuckel the skipper short!;. gfler ut to lust nlaht. DiscomfortAiter Meals I willi .i icnialian -if iLufflnti . til lt! Tilui im uiti l Aio s.tnpt!..A nf ttulLgntii . With ll.. hi liidrti I Oouq Jtioti, IMlei, r .ll ncsu i4 Itl - hi i.i thi II Nauim, Bdiirtbii , Kvftdtti'lw, Dlnfust -f - : ritittrrliig of thi llcatt Vw ioi rntloi. 1' em on ltiwuj, p it 111 VV.lM EsffuM UM Hifllt, VUOWUlr of tlitt skin, aln In t ti IMt, Obe t, Uaugt, uwu loq hud ti- i I' I WIil'i nt JlMit. A IfW uu'tri uf R adwas thu brttein ' all 'lie ihov-nini'i d!- ffffi- PS"UL 'JW'1" " c"u bj' A' lDnW'U UXTi O . S : . 1-Mb. P Is STREET ATTACK PROVES FATAL TO RICH CORONA MAN Richard Hoar Dies From In juries Received When Three Men Beat Him at Night. It lc hard Hoar, the owner of a big trucking busings at Corona, J , died at his home In Locust street. Corona, to-day from the effects of a beating M sustained at the hands of three men N the public street a block from his ' laet Tnnaday night. Two of w UUM men susiiected of eompllcHy In the as sault hsve fled from Corona. They are brothers. Hoar waa forty-two years old and popular. He wns married and had seven children. His wife and ralatlvna say he was a man of steady habits and had no enemies within their knowledge. He took some Interest In polltlca and hd a wide acquaintance In his section of the borough of Queens. On his way home, Tuesday night at 10 o'clock. Hoar was stopped by three men at Locust street and Centr.il ave nue. Two of the men were armed with plcketa they had torn from n fence nearby. Without any preliminaries, the three men set upon Hoar and tho two armed with fenoe pickets pounded him n the he.l. while the third kicked him. Hoar fell unconscious. Then. It Is! charged by two eye wltnrases, the three men kicked hltn from head to foot and walked away. Hoar never regained consciousness. Tho witnesses, whos Identity has not been disclosed, are believed to have been women. The aasault was reported to the police station atNcwtown yesterday morning. Detectives visited the witnesses and oh. talned from them the names of the assailants of Hoar. The two br.ithera had fled. It Is believed the other man has been found. Women suffering from any form of illness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass. All letters arc received, opened, rtfad and answered by women. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman ; thus has been established this confi dence between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken. 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Please, In plain wrapper, tend a copy or " Lydia E. Pinkham's Private Text Book Upsr. Ailments Peculiar to Women " To. Faust" Sung at Metropolitan ! By Sylvester Raiding. 1 flM'ST" was presented st the' i a Metropolitan Opera House last night wtth Ueraldlne Farrar as ' Margue-lte ind Hrrmsnn Jadlowker In the llllo part. The houae was filled jbeyonl the auicrlptlon becnuso of the presence In the cast of the popular American prima donna, and there was j a generous amount of applause for all concerned, but the performance scarcely i ever wgs above the . irn-nonplace. bHU I linnl conducted In a manner to reprcs Inspiration and somtinus, It MMMd, to disconcert the singers. OMtnOa'l opera is s I aiiei I e in it nevus " air to make If ac-eptnble to 1!i" lophll tlcated moilern mind, and that wis en tirely missing last night. j: Karrar was ehledy remarkable i a new gown In two shade of green-at least so It seemed to the writer, although a young woman slttlni. behllid him wns heard to say that :t was of tmquolm blue Mi's FMTaf took bat hat oft Inside tho house and replaced It with a cap of lane to sing tho King of Thule and the .lew-el ronri ll the gard'n scene, both of which sho has rendered with more slgnincance She suppressed all the exuberance of acting that she formerly displayed at the death of Valentin. In the prison scene at the end ahe was at her besi. for there she permitted herself to sing as sho gag sitig when mum cures to. JadH.vker. admirable as teVbfjtMM last Saturday, was not nculy an Ideal Faust. Tho air of distinction was lack ing from his Impersonation nnd the fa miliar nrlas were not nhvnys well sung by him. eMM llothlcr ns Mcphlstophe- ls worked hard and with credit, net only for himself, but for the ensemble, and Dlnh Ullly was admirable ns Val entin, cave for his startling dressing of the part. Jeanne Maubuurg made aa much as cc uld be expected of the Im possible rllebel. Marie MggtfsM was good as Marthe and Hemard p. sue was Wagner. Tho churus and ball-t were (utiafuctory. A. Agnes Ohopourlan. a young, new soprano, gave a recital at Carnegie Lyceum lost night, assisted by William J. Falk .it the piano. Iter preramme was an unconventional one and she showed herself possessed of talent. ! Git Km Original ind flamiln HORLICK'S MALTED MILK Tha Faod-drlnk far All Agaa. For Infsnts, Invalids, and Growing children. Pure Nuthtnn. up buildin g the whole body. !nv igorate the nun in g mother and the aged. Rich milk, malted- grajp, in powder form. 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I MiiiMMe : 1827 I I XX U Ll EOVRTEENTH Fridacj, as Usual, Bargain Dacj Offering, as Usual, Innumerable Money Saving Opportunities AND REMEMBER: There'll Be No Other Fridsy Before Thanksgiving No Mail or Telephone Orders for the following: Friday Opportunity in Womtn'i Tailored Suit Coat$ Fur Wrapper. Etc- Tallnrerl nlU Bmerlclothe nba. I ote j 7.98 .nhi't hi'imi ami cheviot in lliu . I rr. elO.ua Tailored Suits Cheviots. Hroailrloiha anil mlituree- -lilark and beat i-olora aperlsl 12.98 Women's Sorse Dreises black 1 and 1111VV rniinil I'ullar . j l. 98 uffa anil revera of Kklnner niu i WianliTfiil value Wmnen'a pTNMs - all wool Kerses ami I ilaaunals ilaln unit fanry taUlOTfJeV - worth ilO 1 12.98 WOTMB'l SKIrta- lieaTT. all wool ranamu north $.1 H . . J 2.98 Italn ( nata- Mohair rubber : 6.98 I ted, navy, buck anil ray rim vi r II bio roller - aporlai W onion l ull l.onaili tioau lllaok Thibet larao wiuare reven- sonil-llttol alaollray Thibet, with larse rollara. ruffa ami pix-kete of railot or i t in mi at Ii i n sliei'lal l ull LsMtfe CoaU lllack Koranyannil Twenil M latum worth IIO.VS. 4.98 7.98 9.98 9.98 7.98 full lnth fowte -Blaik llrosili lotha-satin llnoil also rlouble laco clot be anil twreil mliturri- value $13.98 Tfnm'l Kur Heta lllerk Ik i I. in Ham anil i)pm.iim Mhawl or novelty Hrarfa -latue iilllow muffs- worth I ll S UN. Womnn'a Pillow Muff larxo alii nnneslUTI. I rrerli Coni'y ) ahtl Ui-lKluii Hum -spurlal lllankot l...illishl or llnl Ii Robes all -ihailoa anil ulirs n. ZMH r.l 2.00 .79 .95 1.A5 WlMHl'l Cainbrlr Houae I Droaai'H--rli'tir roliirii -apei'lal J Wnmon'a lloimo Dresses 1 Mrlpoil Si riaui kor- two pleoe alUI.oh- worn Sl.4Utoft.VM J WMM Cambrlo llouso DNssJM two plooc all slioa f strictly lullorml were H.N I Friday Opportunities- In Millinery Hat Trlmmtnge (orsct Petticoat Hots, a Womon a Itoaily to Wear Velvet IlaU with v.lim. nailn or tanotn oowa varloty uf OOiOH aoil hapes worn i ik and t3 Ue 108 lyern c.UH 298 (ilrls' UatrtaUIWl Felt Hats iiiiijilirooiiiK. rolliil lirlniH r,,n nl niiil Hiiuari. ornMlli, ami .69 hi I ii -r. worn SI.-Ill J (llrla' Trrrnmod Ilata - Velvets - insny Ntyllah ahupoa- full ratine M I'olors nluo S4.UH. . tiatrloh l oiilliiir llanrla-- blui'kuml wlilte rev. S2.UH... I trn Ouallty lllnrli I'ri-m li llokil I'll! mo- value S7.4H. .. . Wulata of Rnb'd mpu. Voile anil l.awn talloroil or ftincy value Sl.tiU Walatanf Kanry l av It, Voile mil llatlsto- oluliiirati' trim of UaOM unci itunii emb'd rffoi-ta ltn ami vtltliollt aldn frill- -value toM anil S3 UN . . I Ifajpt ile Chine .ml Taffeta ul its sliuilow lace yokee, Voiili e itiiiilullloiiK or surullre effects with shlrrlna white, anil rolora value So. 98 lllaok Mlu Wul at - Crepe de OMM, I'rau dl Solee, Crepe Mi tour. -..! in. ainl Meaasllnee i il. hi i n hand mude or lace yol.cn. many .1 b . worths" UH 'l .ill, t, i siik lettlnats black it ml color litllorid or pleated tluuticua-vuluu S4.UH I'ira size Moreen Petticoats tui ki d BOtUefMS Kes. .U8. . W oiiieii H Kitra alio Coret li -uiy Imilito iiicillum low bust - I'M! ami intra well atayod over abdomen from a luaiuiiif maker -also 30 to 3fl ben fOtii si'.ik) WiMiion'a Corded "onet vVaista hlu lai ivju pearl buttofta nnd pAtoal faatcnors mi li only "therefore SI 60 val. Children a Coret Waists uraii oul--l to 0 yr.--reB .SI 2.98 1.95 5.45 1.00 2.98 3.79 4.98 3.98 .69 1.25 .98 .15 Friday Opportunitie In Mle' Wear Mlaao' Hklrts Cheviots. Porges and I'uiiaina - this aeaano' beat stylea Friday clearance aa follow . Were a- '.ik 1.08 Were S3. OH and S4.un . .2.08 Wore $...;m 3.08 ilrls' Lock (.'hevdot Coats 1 Iii-hi color mid atylra, ll to 14 yearn regularly S7.08 J Friday Opportunitie In Women' Vnderuear Flannelette Wear 5.98 Wiiturn'u MlKhldresaos. pSIUbrlu, DSliisutik, iiiualln or fancy colored en pi kimono or mKulur ttjflee fSfj. II j'.i . . Cuiubrlc Comhinutloi,. I .OS or oiuliroldcry ului- -uluu .UK Coraei Cover cambric or lialuaiiiM. tight In ling or round QaQs. tuck, euib'y or laco - value .40 t Ihltdren's I'lannolotto Night ilresaos double back and from okta 1 to 14 yn reg. .70 'lilldron's .Mghtdrawura- -1 laniK -let in or Assoc Inn .1 1 tu 111 yr.- -rugularly 4'J ct. . .98 .58 .29 .59! .38 j Cldhlmu I'liiniielutiu sl I'lijama - clear atrlpcs i to .38 1.24 1.46 .49 .49 14 yr. rcg. ,M Children' sueaier Costs- ull wool while, curilliiul and nray--u to 14 rn.Vklua SI 00, WOBMn'l All Wool Sweater I oat. --v. hlu . Oxford, cardinal uud black Value 12. ill, ,i, . . W oMien'a Unit OOfMSJI Covers - goins dcece iinsd sirsolsl, Pellloosjta -Klimhsltitf or r. i oe lined t iioks, aiik gosllopi or crocheted sags . Kianm lette Mghl llriiwe- - 1 pretty rtripca vsius jsc STREET Ws otFttth Avwiu Friday Opportunities In Table Linen Towel Towelling White Good Heai v All Unen Deroeake aBSBBBBB f V 1. . :. 49 nieecneii and unbleached no 10 7tl Inrh r.-u .60 Austrian I.inon II H. Heta 1 'tire 1 :1.1th and dnsen I Napkin Special II s TableCloths all linen 1 I heavy quality rest 11.70 1 llomatltched Sriuare All linen Damaak drawnwork full .-in:in -rog. 118 eta J Hemmed (llass Towel pure 1 linen -I.H3V-tape loops 1 ran inn J Pure Linen Crash 1 'on Ming 1 17 Inch rcg 12 1, ot Kngllab Longrloth 38 Inch I IK yard piece refi. 11.10 Mercerised White Poplin. 1 I'epp. Plum - also new denlgnsln Madra -value. 20. . I 3.98 1.59 .69 .12.4 8h .89 .19 Naliwookl heekaand Nttipes Swlaae. dotted, flg'd. eheoke.1, striped-.-; Madras. Stripes ami He-urns. Plsln Crepe. Wlilte Crlnklee. Popllne. Mercerlied shantung, also Nalnaoiika. I ,ongi lot La. .124 anibrlca and toinch l.awn ca am loct. regular values all. Friday Opportunitie In Dalle Toy l.arge Jointed Doll curly 1 J 1 I 1 wig closing eye lace .98 nose and allpiiers rcg. Si ns l.arge Fanry Uncoil S 11 hsts to match -value SI 40. . .29 hum Toy Tea Seta M iiis-,i raised pattcrnv-valiie S I 20. .98 Friday Opportunitie In Blanket Stamped Linen Flannel wnttocall. Wool lllanketa 1 delicate borders medium and 1 full sites reg. S4.WS and SS.0H 3.25 Heavy Cotton Fleece lllankot -wool llnlah white and color- tOlsHO lurhea Unlit luiperfrctloiiv-reg. SI OS Jacouard Robe Ulanketa-72x 'III V.lilordown llnlah -bean II lul patterns elsewhere S2 26. Jacqiiard Hobo Flaonets Kldordnwn llnlah two and three tone combinations rog 33c 1.39 1.49 .23 anion and Unmet Flannels 1 Heavy weight -reg. lie J Kmhrirldered Flannel "klrt length - for women and hlldryn ayhlte aid eslnyt ta tliati whojrasl iirtcea Mam Floor laul. Jawylry Alala, Silk KmbrOMsVOd Flannels white and colors - Including! IIiicmI alluvira i ltowlieru SI I . to si A3 .98 .49 .Mi ,., lleadreata. 1 cord or ruffled Value .60. . . . ; Friday Opportunltlet tn Hosiery Underwear (lore Umbrella. Blc. Women' Pore silk linen uaiu aole and lop- Itnaj. OM M .79 34 39 .19 ... 1 Ml. In n a Wool Si Cotton IToan- alses 6 to 8 84 to 10 ...,! Women's Pleece Uned Veat t high nook. Ions sleeves ,. ...In I length ilrawers--20ct quullty. J Children' Klbbed Vesta psrt wool ankle length drawers Itee to 10 years Hpec, . Large stent . Spndal . 40 .SO .33 .75 1.98 .59 1.69 1.98 .38 .37 Mon'e noece Llnisl Shirts and lirawor--second of 6llct.quai. Men' Nat. Merino Mhlrte drawer llk atltrhnd pearl but 1 una die to All special . Men s Klbbed 1'nlun Suits, Wool MUod- ined'oi or heavy, weight well made Special Women's 2-clap Kid (ilovoa black and oolor 70 ot. value. All 811k Umbrellaa 28 and 2H Inch - Plain, nilulou and natural handle--lliu 2.40. Union Taffeta rinhrellaa 26 and 28 Inch fancy and mission iiamuc, - rpci-iui Men Ogford Sweater Coat- - Iteg. .80 Muii'i Natfllgee 8IUrta-atrlped pen ulna, al an chainbrays Hn. .60 M f r Saniplr Men High tlraile shirt.--11: and Percale eofi, pleated and - in bosoins piinrlpally le 16 - but fair aasortiuunt of all una value St. 80 to 12.60 t.tfl Friday Opportunitie In Boy' Wear Ilo)' Siilta -ObOVtOtS and CaVi-ilmerea. alao Corduroy v ..i .. r,,i 1 ... . 1 .1.. bruaki Many have extra I 3.98 in.oaoi. 1 ii, ll yi. Voluo S3 80 Utile Hoy' suit. BusalM mill Sllol 1.I1, 111 or fio. Nut Serges. 1 n, lain., 2.98 1 l,' .nun .,11.1 1 1 1 . .1 ..... I 'i to III yr. -Vslua J3.U8. . , IM. , tiverooat--Threi'-uuarter and I later -plulu color and fancy f lv ..r,.,,.lli,tf. - .Inul. ... H....1.1. breast abawl collar, of fur 3.98 01 . -. i 1 ii 1 a 1 1 1 in 11 ,1.. i ulVBl or COOVartlnls .elf collars 3 to Ii' yrs. Value SA ik Hum Coat -Tun and black 1 1 ,9b S Kuliber plain or check IIuIoh 4 to IS yr. - aptclsl ai.iib toys' lllooinerM and Knlrker Navy and .Mixed CbevlotS, Tweed audi aa.liuurti alao .39 pure milah ctiiduroy cut full i to 16 yr. - reg. .80 !lo)' Flannelette I'ajumas good hua nap- pri'tt atrlpo ,49 1 to Iti ra. value BU ... J fs' Wool sweater Coat plain "ii 'i or with cui'dlnal 98 or bl'ie-.Molil ra- worth SI 28 ( 'hihli eli a Jet aei I'anla Loflglnettei gray, whits, blue, I .98 tuili a. iiriiwn - in i vra . . How Flannelette llloiisra 11." 1111,1 .in,. .1 rlolM ulao white and fancy Mudrus and .19i I'eriain iiii. ..v lioi.- I'lanni I llloiiM'a blue, 1 gi-ui red- Slso RdM cloth and I ii In 1 1-uud fancy Madras and f U i rrtavis 11 to is yr. value on j All ai advertised. . . . Uihers will give every desired information. Music in Restaurant Daily, 12 to 3 P. M. Friday Opportunitie Im Mutltn Sheet Sheeting rtUow Omm Pillow Cushion Sllnch " "n- 1nn hlraciksd 1 or heavy unhlnaehed-re. 14 11 leached Sheeting laiiuarrt quality--no 1 2 k yds wide worth 2 4 yd wide worth .at. 32 Pillow ee- less than value nf muslin t.'a.m worth ,IJ I'.i in worth .12 o:io worth .11 84i3ft- worth .14 72HI0 Sheeu -Newt eesitre rem worth .44 , Feather Tickings A. O. A. and other stripes worth . 18. . Pure While (.'otton for comfortable 12 oa. carton 16 oa. carton 1 a silk floes Cushions white oov'rt 201,20- worth SO 22122 worth 49 24x21 north .60 2ili26 worth .M. ..... , Full aaaortment of odd else Feather PI Howe sanitary cored No odor or dust 2li2H -w th Hu.47!22s2s-w'th.08.54 Full alio Sateen omfurtables alao sllkollne with 0 Inch .Sateen Isirder worth 13.21.. Crochet Spread-for bads no dressing worth .08 Full alio Spread hemmed or I fringed -cut corners reg. 11.49 ::::: m ! . . 84 -st :: 84 . J2 1 . . ; .104 .10 CukhloDSI 1.98 .69 .97 Friday Opportunt te In Curtain Table Cover Bed Set Vouch Copers. Etc . French Net Baal ftesa- 1 Marle Antoinette. Konaia tance. wide panel Inserts, large centre motifs only one or two of a style- Value 110.00 Fine Scotch Lace Curtains reel hvee denlana white. Ivory ur Arabian Value S2.08 pr. . Figured Armure Unmask Portieres. 8 Inch tapestry border Value 14.60 Mrr.vrtsed Unmask Portieres .16 at lea and colorings Vnluo sa.08 Art Drapery Scrim aide iMirders. detached ngure or oriental design Value .17. . . Irish Point. Henalssnnee, Marie Antoinette. Point Arabe. Iteal Hruaaul Curtains about 40 atylea Value S7.08 pr. . . . 2.93 4.96 .124 : 5.98 8 About hki yards Draperi or Furnllum Velottr solid colors. trlpe or n 18 sure--- .Milnch- alueS2.6oaod I1. 00 Hun Faat Iridescent Drapery, madras deelgns greens. ctiuison, rose, old blue and gold were so tirtetital Tapestry Table Covs excellent patterns and colorings 1 yu. square worm el .u 1 i, yd, square . worth 12.26. . ' ii . aiiuare. . . worth 13.08. . 2S2 4 y da worth 14.40 ouch Coven Oriental Stripe Couch Covers worth 11 20 .80 Friday Opportunities In Jewelry Leather Good Silverware Cutlery Scarf Square, Blc. Hogers' AA and A I teaspoons -reg. 30 ct. 1 , d"ncn Tableapoou and forks reg. Si is -.' v dosuu Stuar Spoon antt llutter Knives each. reg. 28 OSS Herman Hllvnr Meeh Hag kid Uued lace effta-t fringe, with ball drop Value 13. 00. . . .sash and Uuckie ITu bused -- plain ur Jewelled, lu rose or antique flnbb Value SI. 00. . . 3 piece Toilet sut (outub, brush and mirror --quadruple plate thin uuhIoI .terllug allver patterns VsJuo S.V007. . I'owder Pull Jara aud Uatr Heivl vera French gray silver plate uiountlugs-faucj glass Jars iLlsewhere 78 ct Sterling silver Articles Nail file, horna. button hooks, c fancy handles rag. .76. . feal .. Morocco Hand Uag covoretl and noveltj frames lent I 1 f uud cord handle special valtts Ltulhur, silk and V ojvot Hand II aga leather and allk cord lianiflu- Special Leather. Silk and elvel Hand llei I'otor and blaa'k tin ml and covered frsmea Kgg. 81. bO sheopaklu or MattliiK suit t 'ai - 24 uud 20 loch I 1 nt,. 1 ted cnrnera worth S3. 00 .1 pc Carving Seta- Meal Aiiierlcau ateel - hdiulneatag handle Ueg. S2.2S I lite Steel I 'inner Knives and 1 m l., act of alx each h'Ucw hen SI HO Silk l.anilit .aiiilna plain or florui Borden full length im: il knot led fringe Keg. si 08 and II 24 llenala-satice Scarfs and Centre Piece pretty dealgns HpiH-lal l(eualanre llatiitiet Cloths- -70 Mich deep borders worth So 08 and Kl 08 I'uro Llueu Tray Cloths satin double damask scallop extra SIM Special .47 .97 .17 1.90 .49 2.50 .50 .49 4.69 2.69 .79 2.00 1.49 .95 1.59 .98 4.29 .45 Friday Opportunitie In Holiday Handkerchief Men's All Linen Ildkf V ' Inch hem Ha. 10 7 ALIO Men Pure Unen Initial Handkerchief '1 dosen 08 Men Pure Linen Initial each. . . .36 Men . silk Initial Hdkls white or colored border, Initial to match. . . .35 All Linen, with while or col d band gab's-; vsl. nr princess lace trlm'd. ulao other of I men or Lawn rirloualy trlm'd Special . . .33 Wonts. ' Pure Unen Hdkls hulfdoien 08 Women' II. S 1 nil. d lldkfs; lace trlm'd . ell llneu. hand omh'd corner while or colored 13 4 Fuin y I. im n lldkfs band emb d cnriioru or val and yirlnraaa lucu trimmed. 40 -if I a. bus srf K niif 4V r vrt ivM 'rill iirooi 54 ; 1 hllj cambric M nl I Si bsr , ' tails I nt -to 11 uei 6.98 MOW 1.95W uli T bna 1 ' twnl 1 il ect triti ' iwol 39 wnud bnig '.alq orltl ,uo 1 la. bf' tnoO led 1 sic .1 art inoi rt.-il 1: roj iWI illS iW Uh2 -J Lasts Sl'A lira ol lab 'eu "iiol MA hi esft mi a ma sr. u s isa Ki