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THE EVENING WORLD, PRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
PREDICT ARRESTS ST. REGIS GUEST IS CHARGED WITH IN "POISON PLOT" AnEMPTED FRAUD AT COLLIER PLANT Young Man Held for Trying to Sleuths Working on Mystery of Twenty Bookbinders' Illness Watch Suspect. Pass a Worthless Check. tnn A. 7111. woll-diMd young mm, ho said h ran away from Oak land, Cel., Wi lli he wu In debt and hla creditors were onklnd. waa held by Maitlatrala Herman. Hariam Court to day. In POO ball for eimlrjtlrn-nct Monday. Tha chsrge aalnt him. pre ferred kf Manager Schmidt of tha Hotal ftais. waa that ba attamptad to defraud tha hot! of a MM of IM.I7 by " nUn a worthless forged oheek A faultlessly Larbed. young man wltt saay manners earns u tha SL Itsgsj (Mt. 1 and rafla'orad under MM nam at William H. Oliver, tha nam of a prom inent bualnaaa mar of Oakland. Whan tha caahiar aka1 him yastarday to mak a atumnt on hts Mil of vr.. ha presented a iheofc drawn In favor of WMM M Oliver upon tha Crocker National Hank of van Francisco. Tha clear wa for KCs and waa slawad, "Jo sh T. Oliver." TTi caahlar thought ha aww a atmt- larlty batwtan tha handwrlttnt on tha pheck aad tdat on tha hotel ragltr, and ha taxed -ha young man from tha Coast wMh attampting to paaa a clumsy forgary. Than Oliver admitted that ha waa Leon A. Ball, and aaJd Chat ha had eifierted aome fr.enda In New York to rn hrm mnnay. but that the hotal bill had bean presented before tie thought li would ba. and that the atgnlnc of tha . hr-rk had bean a daaparaU emergency measure with him Hell added that he had kfned a name not hla own to tha hotal resist sr be rauee ha had lafl hla home, where he had bean In the automobile business. :o avail the mrpnrtunltlee of hla debtors and dd not want ha dantlty to beoom known hare. He had oauaed ha father, who la wealthy, a great deal of trouble, the young hotel beat admitted with a s !.. but he gueaaed he'd have la bother father once more aad aak him to wire lua ball money. Whan Ball waa arreeted a key ring wat round In hit room, containing fifty or mora kaya. Including a ekeletnn key; also a arrew driver and a pair of pincers. Ball aald the keys opened tha draeara of hla bureau and trunka at home, and the toota ha uard In hla automobile huatntaa. He did not th'.nk li atrange that a gueat at the St Itaiiia enauld have fifty key In hla aaggaggUt MRS. BIGGS' BOARDERS IN SEA GATE MANSION MAY HAVE TO MOVE Of twenty brtoktilndera who com planned of beinc nolaoned after eating a din ner brought In from a restaurant to the plant of t T. (Millar Sona. No. Ill Weat Thirteenth atraet. laat night all t two were back at work to-day lunula vona and Altiert Faint ware ui St. Vlnrent lloapltal, conviileauant and about ready lu ba dlaoharged. lete'Hvea of the diaries etreet po- lie prrclnrt. at work on the ass, hini ' ed myatarloualy to-day at making two arrsats, but they were vague la point ing out any cluee they had which would warrant auch arreata. Among the men employed In the bookhlndery, a atory waa current that two man In aide tha plant were under aurvelllance, having been Indirectly accuaed of huld Ing up the food, aa It waa entering Ik, building, end sprinkling It with polaon There la a atrlke on at the Collier i plant One bookbinders' union, the Na i tlonal, la on tha outatde, atrlklng agalnat another union, the International, whlrh I la on the Inalde. Becauae of tha atrlke and the abort force the bookblndera are working overtime and taking their meala at the plant The meale have bran brought In dall from a raatau rant In Fourteenth etraet. Iat night Kupt. Floyd Wilder ordered fortv-rlaht of the reaiilar dinner aervml to th pationa of thn rnatHurant, rcms's Ing at tomato aoup, rmuit meat, pot tore, peaa and corn, pie und roffe. Tha dinners wrr carried to th Collier plant ! by sailer from th restaurant. Maoh 'dinner waa on plalea. ready for serving, and all th platre wrre on covered trey. The fortvelrht bookbinder ate ih.Mr dinners When they had finished tweniy became III Thr symptoms of all w-e Identical-pronounced nausea, crarnpa and iltsilnrss. Anihulani-r surgeons were summoned and gave stomach pump re lief, but the two men mentioned were ao alck It waa neoeeaary to take tham to tha hoapltal. What pnleon alrkened the twenty book hlndrra ha nt been determined. Parte of the food aerved hive been submitted to chamlala for anaJysls. Nona of 1 the hundred of patrona of tha raa- in Hunt compUlnel or lllneaa laat night tha other twenty-eight bookblndera ex perienced no III effecta, and tha twenty who were taken III apparently at of the same general supply of food aa that furnished the rent. From thla it la aa- timed polaon waa ollppad to tha plta of th twenty alone. Fllxaheth Curran, walking delegate and secretary of the union of atrial -g bookblndera. rldlrulfd tha polaon plot lory to-dy. She waa oa ploXat duty at th plant. "It waa the fond that mad them alck." aha declared; "the food and long hour and unaanltary cond'tlnna gen erally. They are ualng tha polaon atory In an effort to bolatar up their aide A the rontroveray over the queatlon of which union ahould be recognised In the Collier bookblndlnc eatabltthmant" ICHALl HAS SAILED TO FIGHT! HeaJs 650 Greeks Who Do Not Seem So Anxious to Go to the War. Association Wine Fight Against Their Landlady, but She Still Battles On. PETTICOAT CONCERN T Ft Una. Helen V MfM nf H will either have to uae her tM.rayi man alao in Beach Flfllrth iitrert for a nrl vata realdence, Ineiead of n boarding hoaae, or kae her water and aewrr con nection, according to the drtialon of th Appailatte Lilvialon of the Brooklyn Supreme Court, handed down to-day. in will not irlve up without a fight . h wevr. and Intend to arry th caa to th Court of Appeal, but o far, In Ilia legal battle btwrn Mra Blgga arrl th Uea Oaie Aaajclalloii, th woman with th expensive houee haa oome out aocond beat. Mra. Hlgga purrhaaed a fin plaag of aald properly frim the Sea time An aoclatlon ove.- two yeara ago, and like all other pun-hxeera from that aaaocttt tlnn, bound hererlf under certain rggtrtOa Hons, chief imnni whl 'h waa the Itrtn that aha would not build or iuii a houid-lng-hueor a hotrl on the properly. But when her manalon waa opened In the ummer of 1111, the nelichbortnaj ntal denla in tha roalrK-ted aolog were hor rified to aee aomelhlng like half a hun dred boardara Inatalled there. Bartow H. Wiika. praaldSDl of tin Kaa tiate Aaaot lailon. served i. .11 e on Mrs. Blgga that the assoc. ullon would cut off her water and eewer Conner. tlona, on the ground that she had mla rprntd her plana when purchasing the property. But Mra. Blgga went before Justice Kelly In tha Brooklyn supreme Court and got an Injunction prohibiting the association from doing, anything of the kind. Lstsr aha had the temporary Injunction made perma nsnt snd then for two summer she waa able to conduct an exclualve and high-priced hoardlng-hous In the Sea (late colony. The aaaoclatlon took the raae up on uppasl, and today th AppellaU Divi sion ruled, by a vote of Hire to two. that the Injunction ehnuld tie set aalde, and that the Hua tiate AneuiiaUOf could proceed to cut off the water and sewer connections from Mrs Blggs's house. Hut Mrs. Blggs'a appeal will act aa a stay, ao She will at least be. able to furnlah watar to hr guest until ebe toMs the place for the winter. )R MILLION; PRESIDENTMISoING Receiver Is Appointed for Jackson-Mack Manufacturing Co. Assets $(xx),0OC). Judge H ind to-divy appointed Frederick W Wakefield receiver In bankruptcy for the Jar!ion-Mack Manufacturing tym pany, irikera of allk ix-ttloavta and kl- monua, at No. 11H Weal Twenty-third at fat, The llablllllea of tha concern ag grei;atr H.noo.UUn, whMe the assets srs valued at about MUU.OUu. In an ulfldavlt hied l,y James N Ros enborg, C4unsel for ihe pcU'.loiUng ore-1-Itora, he swear thr pree.dent of the coin ern, Sulo J. Jackson. ' hus uhaenled hlmai-lf from the city for about a week." and that the ulTa.ra of iho company are "now In a Ntal uf aogfaghm " Th re aver Is auihorir.exl to borrow tit.oM and owrry on the bUalMaw. Tha plant has a capacity of I, MO nottl ontri s day. nn-l the annual business ap proximles tl.Oun.OW. Arthur Well, oounsal for the company, coneiited to the nr-ranx-riiieM of a rcrvr. and on Oot. 31 there will h a mcwtlns; nf all tha cred itor In room fat of tha I net Office building. Yielding to the importivnlMee f Oan siantlns lapandchalopopaloiis and oth ers with h..rtsT nam, tfi vail an' Oreeka boardeil the C-tnard llnr Iver nla thla afternoon and Bailed to Nap.e on thalr way to fight th Turks. They aer not anslou to gr, and th hlp v held nesrly an hoir nd a half whll Cintantlne 1'apamlehaiopopolon and lmllair pattints who are ewmalnlng behind did lovsi arvlc in forcing them aboard. "Are yon not glng to fight t" ahriakad Conaianline J'lpnmlnhalnpopoloua. "Tou are going to fight the ru-d Turk. W1M you 1st s few bedbugs dismay youT" "W will," shoutad th ttno Oreek pa triots a one msn In tblr own lan guage. However, thsy did not. Thsy atartad. and they wl'l train for flgh'tng the Turk all the wav ovsr by fighting bad bug and othr fnnal Ilia pacuUar fl staamahlp terages. The lleilanlc ttnlon bavl arranged for the (leasiige of the S0 ijreefc wear rlors. A I'hlladelpbla cigarette factory furnlahed 900 of tham. ('h'naawi 1 urnlshad lf,0, New York furnished in) and Spring field, Maaa . and other New BnglanJ towns prodiKod the ratnalnlng 100. All sore khaki uniforms nrovide'l by the I'an-Ilellenlc ttnlon of which Conatsntln I'apann. halopopolous Is general man ager, and W of (hem had thalr sboaa aMned THREE OREEK DOCTORS IN SPECT THE LINER. They mad a grave array aa thsy marched on the plr alnglng th Qrack National an'hem and uttering other warlike aounda. Un ng up In company formation after con alderable difficulty they awaited the report of three Oreek doctor who had gone aboard the Iver nta to tnapeot the ateeragw quartars. The hour of noon waa approachlrag and tha IvarnJa was to sail at norm. Th azamlnsgloa of th teraa by th Oraak doctor waa brief but con vincing. They earn haok and made thalr report In a loud vole. Tha report was scandalously damaging to th steer age of th Ivarnia. Aad tha M Orawk warriors unanimously dcldd to taf ashore, Terrific confusion eneued. Th ship's officer wanted tn sail They Indignant ly denied that there war any bsdhugs or other kind of hugs in th ttrag. Tha Oreek doctors passing among tha men opening and closing their bands wars mora oonvtnetng than trie ship's of ficers A hurry call was saat to Con st anOne Papamlchalopovolous and h soon swept on tha pier. The boor of r.osn had psjsad. PLEAS OP THE LEADER PENAL LY WIN THEM OVER. CMmbing on a baggage truok Constan tino Papamlchalopopolous delivered tha oration of hla Ufa. The Philadelphia delegation waa tha first to yield and go aboard. Th Chicago delegation marched out on v est street and rvoltd until 1 o'clock, when th officers persuaded them to yield. Homethlng Is going to happen tn the Turkish army when this detach ment of taO arrives, wild with the lust of combat, and begins to battle. Two women accompanied th warriors. They are Violet Burger of Berwick, Fa., a trained nurse, and the wife of Capt. l'alllo of th Philadelphia contingent ZEUG'S SLAYER ARRAIGNED; TOO POOR TO HIRE LAWYER. "Rent Phil's" Pleading Postponed Till Court Asslfjns Counsel to Defend Him. I'hlllo Davidson "Had Phil" who killed "Big Jack" Zallg. tha gang lead er, on a Heoonu n venue car laat smtur day, was arraigned before Judge Rwann In Ueneral Selone to-dy to plaad to the Indictment for murder In th first degree filed against him byi th Urand Jury yeatarday. Davidson, who waa said to havs brok en down In th Tomb, walked with a Arm atep Into the courtroom. His fsce bowed no emotion whatever, lie waa clad in a new brown suit wore a blu tin and rinverd with several other prisoners whll swatting arraignment In rnaponau to Judge Hwann's quea tlon as to mean to employ mnl Ihivldstm said that ha had no nwney and asked that counsel te assigned to defend hltn. Judg Swann will desig nate two lawyers to represent him. Davidson's pleading was postponed until h has consulted oounsal. How tn Hr Happy. K .111 11 Mlchmiud list a niitr!i ) Don'l est grspe fruit without first pulling on s rubber suit. 1.1 aomobody elae buy and carvs ihs Thanksgiving turkey. Take plenty of excrete. There Is non hotter than shovelling coal Into His f jrnaca Llvs a long distance away from your second cousin. Have four aces every time you open Jackpot. Ulv your wlf a stipulated sum every wek, vn if It. is as high ss twenty-eto cents V Marry a widow with 11W cblldren, all f whom ar working. W OVER A MILLION FAMILIES EAT Our Creamery Butterine Three Times a Day Not alunr hpcauw of tli economy, hut because they LIKE IT BETTER. The Sweet, Delicious Flavor Delights Everyone Gold Coin Creamery Jersey Pride Creamery and Victor Creamery 'The kinds that please the buffer critic." At All First-Class Grocers ECKERSON COMPANY Jersey City, N. J. Phon-l11 J. C. LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF BUTTERINE IN AMERICA Dependable Drug Store Merchan dise Specially Priced for Saturday's Selling Liggett's Are Never Knowingly Undersold DRUG SPECIALS toe Wulnlne Pills. 100 .rain bot tle I for aile wo Imparted Virgin Ollv Oil. ausrt boti lee Twr 0r Norwsslsn Cod I.tver oil. ausrt bnttiM . . . . . . . Wr tor hottls nseeere Ssarede Tabs . 1 00 A araln 1 4c IAr sseDrs ppcisrmlnt. os. bnt tie 10c lfic Powdtred Borai, lb bos. . . . In pc Boss Wslr nd OIrrlns olnt bolt I arte lOe risisesil Meal. lb. bs T I r, I'hlsrld f l-lms. lb. be. . . ir 10. - Fsmliir Ammonia, olnt buttl.Te f0u Peesin nd Bismuth Mlslure. 4 vs. bottle. ..... u.. .. .Soc & Blaud'a trea Pills bat. 100 J rsln , for 3Se pc Fluid flrtrsci Cssesr. 4 as 1i .lie . . , . .Iwe If" bos or Csslb and Orris Moot. lie ISc Tr. fedlne. laeladln aamsl's hair brush , ill Its Hftchslle Balls. In. boa Sv RUBBER SPECIALS II, 00 "Menuaram" Fare Bottles . Twa 6 yarda Iteil Crou Qaute. . . , . . Sfl 11. GO While Bnarnel Ware "jjj1 II 00 r.iuntsin ' aVrlnses. ' So.' 3 . rapid flow . .ai.fM) 13.00 Wklis Enamal Wars Bed Pans I.DT tnfsnts llfte net Irrlaatora. 1 aiiari else. 1. . , , . i7r 11.50 Hot Wstsr 11 'tiss. l-ousrl Vtte "Or stork Pants for Inf II nn ganliarr Caamei ri atse. 0 Hot Water s I'luerantead tor ens resr.l III. In Maroon Hal Watsr H.itilss, 2 quart, auaranlssd t t : rsars.ai.ffs n 00 nun sals all slsss . , . . ilSe Hanltarr Napkins. t dos. IlKc eke.. Tlo llousshold Itubbsr illo. . 4Sc Absorb! Cotton. bs.. stroa flbr. sterilised, finest eusllls am, lOr dosen Nipples, stsndsrd brsns r t dosen ;iir 00 Para Ruehr ch.q ltducsrs. 11.00 Atomisers for Neeo aad ThrV.I! TBe CIGAR SPECIALS a.BOo Maslavellae Kay ttv.t s ra fts. ho 1 nf to f l,9o fawalar l(sr Iteete tier. i-.r. Inclildlna 7 111 I, (Jimmy and Hlaoksioao: 4 for. , sOC reveler New YWk Clswre. Inon.dins Nrsjessslsara Vee trk IBS? eee VIII Isoea Hal. sviaek aad Whlla, th. National n awieaer, bos t . II fl.25 29c CANDY SPECIALS 40c VALUE CHOCOLATE ROMAN N0UGATINES, Lb. . 40c VALUE CHOCOLATE PLUMB A PUDDING, Lb. . . LVC 60c JORDAN ALMONDS, 39c Lb. 60c GUM DROPS . . 35c Lb. ALL Sc CHEW- 9 ia ING GUM . J FOR f C PATENT MEDICINE SPECIALS flOr Onieya fill 2Aa ilrsnssln ll.Oo Peptomanaan 11.00 l'orune . , Il.no I'trrce's Hrmeilr ll.oo rinkhsm Ompounl . .. ft St: I'celam , I0o Pratt's Chlolidee 1 1 ,uo Husseil's icmuislon . . . . 11.00 Kal Hepatloa 11.00 flcott's Rmuislon 60c Ploon's I.lnlment 1 .0o Kilmer's P'vamp noet. 1.00 Wemuola's C. L. Oil. . . On WIDIams's Pills ftOo Bromo Manser 3fto fasi'ftrets Iftc ITstSBSr'l rsstor1a BOc Glyi'-itliymMIno 11 no Wejpnal' Anslllstnr. 0o Dirt's IfnoJ Waab 1.00 l.tstetlns 1.00 lisnilrrin 1.00 Merplrld lxsllis Itronio (julnlns. . SOo . . . 1 r.r . .Tllr . . Hr , . .title . Otlr . . ittlr . . .1 Ir . . lfc . .Two ...Hi . . :tTi- . .Wtr . ,ITr . ,H . . a:tc . . INr . is, . :iTo . it,- . . Il.'te . . Ifj . .!te . .I.V . . Ilk TOILET SPECIALS f0o Perrumee. 10 od.r. per os. . ITOr lOr llsarr Turkish Face Cloths. 4 for aile 11.25 Imported No. 135 Hair Brushes , "r aftr Riiberset Tooth Brushes ... aile 40o Hand snd Nsl Scrub llruehss 2:r 10. Host 1 t 1 1 1 Sticks Ar 5c Aer ("el Face Clothe. 7 for. . a..o 50c Menlriire Kilssors Ittlc IP HanlSttr Files Ulr 21c Woi.l Puffs In aisss oaaae. ..I4e ale llouaeho.d lailislisd Urua n I slse 10 Tic Bnttlee "New Eualand" r.ji 1st Water BOe 11.00 Beth Mats extra fine aim: Up . . . . , ,aw BOc Beth Towsls. eltra fine rn.. 3tr 16c Nandruk,i Sponces OOe Tlo It. B Combs, auitrentoed un- brsalsable 4Be Your Money Back If You Are Not Satisfied STATIONERY SPECIAL U QUALITY SILK FINISH STATIONERY M Shrwts Paper 14 Enrelopc 19c wawaw Broadway at 34th St. Fancy Goods SPECIAL UNBREAK ABLE GIANTS AND RED SOX DOLLS 11.00 Sise. 79c Founded 1826 Continuing the Important Sale of Men's Shoes at Remarkably Low Prices The occasion when men should get fitted or the entire Winter's needs Hand-made shoes Regular $7.00 shoes . . . Regular $6.00 shoes. . . . Regular $5.00 shoes . . . I etftei. mvni JHnhlers STORE FOR WOMEN This New Kind of Women's Store Reaches the Climax of Its Opening Celebration To-morrow with a Marvelous Shower of Values. Welcome to Ail Women be entertained by music rendered bu the famous Ladies' Orchestra, delight tn the beautiful floral displays. Graceful favors and trinkets for every one. Everything New but the Name. FEMININITY IS THE (DOMINATING touch through out the store. It's laid out in the orderly, immaculate, charming way that reveals the innate cleverness of women for arrangement. It's a very treasure-house for everything for women to wear and for personal use. English Topcoats of Chinchilla Smartest braid bound English Johnny models In chinchilla; also whipcords, tebra stripes, black and white 'fff diagonals, plaid backs and mixtures. Silk Chiffon Waists 3.75 Very latest models, mounted over and combined with the daintiest shadow laces In effect ive new designs. Velvet & Hatters' Silk Plush Hats 2.95 Ultra-fashionable shapes In the very newest models reproduc tions of the smartest French crea- tions. Value 5.00. This store will soon be known for tha bast and most stylish fS hoe and slipper in th world. The "Wtchert" $5 Shoes Lord & Taylor I iftahlers 3181 Street at Sixth Avenue I ! Ill VVV'r (Just Orv Short Block from Cimbala) fl " Everything or Women to Wear end for Person Uae" Clove Denartment Everything a woman can desire In the way of gloves Is here in this most complete of departments at values that have no peer nor equal. For instance, long black and white Kid Gloves, 12 antilfvhifton lengths, 1.75 and 2. SO. EXTRA GLOVE SPECIAL 85c 1 .Clasp Capo Kid Tan Gloves 1 row embroidery, English thumb 1. Clasp Washable Doeskin Gloves 2-Claap Kid Clove All colors, overseams, heavy black embroidered backs. This new shoo store Is only a faw day old, yet tha showing i tha most complete to b found anywhere everything from a boudoir slipper to a riding boot shoes for dross and evening wear. In every leather and every fabric, in ail sizes and widths, from 2.9S to 7.00. EXTRA SHOE SPECIAL Cloth-Top Gun Metal Shoes This extraordinary shoe value Is to be had In our base ment its the equal of the best 3 50 snoes sola, perfect in every way high arch: welted soles. Some good shoe people who naturally come to criticize this store pronounce this a wondertui snoe vaiue. Hosiery of Beauty and Value Nowhere will vou find such beautiful, practical and popular priced hosiery as this department affords. Splendid, substantial hose for as little as 25c up to luxurious opera-length silk nose in French colorings and embroideries for $5. EXTRA HOSE SPECIAL "Onyx" Pure Thread Silk Black Hose 4H-inch garter hem, full fashioned, with gussets, double va Cf.95 soles and toes. alue l-oo 50c C.TORF FOR WOMFN Ms $3'95 Broadway and 20tk St,;5Ui Ave.; 19th St. 9eMn the event of the loss of the Bala support of one's family, a receipt la lull will be given for any purchase attic Liberal Credit Wltbout Any "Club Fees" or "Dues" to Pay! r SOLID GOLDEN OAKJ 4llMeH5-L I S I CHIFFONIER and DRESSER -gjpg ; aTfllJI MlfmR I SUITE COMPLETE pC-M J (Eml 1 DOWN fei ,.,2 -1 75' vSrfSt NEAR 7-AVENUE I a v, n a a iBROOKLYNs LOWEST PRICES, and 10 OFF! ine Latfost Millinery Store in America I MYRTLE AVE. AND BRIDGE ST. SATURDAY SPECIALS Saturday in a big day in this store. lnrK-ly n aiTininl f the wonderful money-saving special wo have on sale. Join the throng of thrifty buyers in this store to-morrow and avail yourself of thin opportunity to get your fall hat at an ex ceptionally low price. $1.48 Untrlmmed Hats at 79c. 50 DOZEN IMITATION VELOUB AND SC HATCH FELT HATS, in hlaok and colors, und u Inrge ussortmcnt of line shapes. The regular price on these bats is $1.48. PRICK FOR SATURDAY 7c $4.98 Trimmed Velvet Hats at $2.98 These hats are unusually fin? value; very ntylisli; velvet shapes, trimmed with large wings and hreasls. would cost 4.S at other limes. BPECLAL 1QH SATURDAY. t2.8 Open Mondays Thursday and Saturday Evenings You can best appre ciate the great impor tance of the extra saving of TEN PER CENT this coupon allows when you see the class of furniture we offer and particularly the low prices we quote, which In themselves, and aside irom tne coupon, are positively unmatched anywhere in the city! .i ll i uiiuiiM uiltle bearer to a 10 per rent lilea'unnt .11 I ash or I mill pur - ..... nariher rrsjular. "juri-lil" r advertised 12 Boston I. eat he Couches, like design, rrgu lur fire. BOTSfsd in Hi)t'n lesther, with golilrn nak frsnie ami (cet. 7f Spriisl. only. , . . O f w 11 OPEN SAT. EVENINGS LB ra-rnr it Only tBbi 6 98 Err on And 10 Baal! 6QO for Regular I2 SO 6-Foot 99 Extension Tables, like de sign, in solid goldrn oak, large pillar snd hesvy sbsped legj, rarvlffg on both aides; complete with three catrs Iravrs. Great Rug Values! Aimlnater RUS: fine quality, ne 1 rich patterns 8 ft SHOft. til 8. 98 (3,9 (ee,11.97 Sllx7 ina 398 7iS4in 2.35 SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS r