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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1913.
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COLUMN
I RACING
HAVRE DE GRACE WINNERS.
MANY BIKERS TUMBLE
IN HANDICAP RACE.
MEW YORK WOMAN HELD
FOR ATLANTIC CITY FIGHT.
FTRftT RiACXMM&rw and geldings;
three-year -old and upward; sell Ins;;
Is furlrmgs nine Thistle. UO (Mus-
Xrave). II lit I 1 In ! snrf n,i, wnn 1
Chilton QuMn. 118 (Montour). 7 to 5. 1 ' fallen
to 1 and out, second; Cherry Seed, 111! Willi f'nhurn nml Klw.ml niiinr,c it
Thirteen rlilrrs tutnl.lcd In a hiinc:,
during the professional hfitirtlcnp PacO
at the Velodrome cycle track In New
ark yestr-rrlay afternoon, but all .if
them earapcd sirlous Injury, hut moot
of them were painfully bruised. Prnnk
t.. Kramer. Clarke nn.I moat Of the
nther stars f numlierr.il amonjr the
(Haliey), It to 1. 4 to 1 and 6 to 6. third.
Time, 1.1E 3-6. Horace K. Little Pal,
Rod and Gun and Garry alio ran.
SECOND RACK) Two - year - old
(Wolfe). to 1, to 5 and I to 5, won
Mater, 107 (Butwnll), a to 1, s to 5
and I to I, second; Vega, 111 (Trox
ler). T to S, 1 to I and 1 to 4, third.
Time A. 65 4-D. Vallchen. Stake and
Bocrdwtlk ShopkMptr charges
Mrs. Knt'iierine P. Haines With
Attack and Insult.
l"Prtal In TV Ksr,lni W.irM .1
ATLANTIC CTTY, N. J . April M. -Mrs.
Katherlne P. Itnlnrs of No. I
Madison nvcnuo. New York, has been
held under bail for the (Irand Jury on
the charge of assault and battery pre
feriecl by Mm. William J Adler. wife
No Need of Uncle Sam Fearing f sanuary and p0ny i
- i mMmu rvi.
the Outcome of the Next Olym
pic Meet at Berlin.
CesrraSst, 1913. by The Press PWillaWna Co.
I Dm S.w Tt Wort).
THS many aplandld partormaneea
of the college athletaa at the
famous Psnn relay meat Batur
4tar shows that America la keeping up
liar stride. Many of tha youngster
wao comjieted In tha game will be nt
thatr best when tna next Olyrapto meet
to held In Berlin. Aside from tha rec
ord breaking In a number of running
events tha performances In each spe
stolty war far abewa tha average of
two or three yeara ace.
. Tad Meredith, who broke th world1
half-mile and lOO-meler record at
toosrholm. show great torm " j
Psna freshman. His quartsr-mll on
rlaat lap of th freshman mile relay,
whleh th record waa broken by a
tee Odd. was remarkably fast for a cool
toy In th beginning of th outd.ior
eaeson. And they aay Meredith haa a
younger brother now In prep, school
who Is running fully as fast as th
famous champion and who will prob
aJkly develop Into an even greater rec
ord breaker.
With sueh lada aa these growing; up
aa own In i Into athletic competition
Tory yar Unci 8am doesn't need to
worry over losing his supremacy In
and Held for some time to come.
M
had been lendlns; for four lap when
the backmurkrr were put out of the
race by the fall. Coburn aped to tlie of a boardwalk, shopkeeper. as the re
flnlsh and won from RttDDf OChl with . ( i.i saw m isaa .u.
four and a half Mrlona.-0lay. tH I to ,wP0ft W thousand fc
lrviniuiB lurneu oui lor me races. I -
Kramer ceiptured the opOfl event nf- to keep the arrest a OsOrOt. Mrs. Haines
ter a wonderful sprint from a pocket Is visiting Mrs. ft M. Iliy of No. IU
he was In when the bell rans. Ooullet l4n,h MrP avenue. Chelsea.
of tvent-nv.. feet over the , Ar(.ori1lnt to Hfm Mi. testimony
world's champion aa the letter OatOrod ' . Y .. .... i ............. s,.
th. backa.retch. but Kramer OMffht h'"r" .Imnnetty. Mrs
him on the last ram. The Australian ""In" '"rt ! Ol lorKnellea to be
gsve the world s champion ft good flirhl. adjusted lit the Adler shop. When eh
but Kramer won by a lenitlh and a SOlM the Job did hot suit her and she
hslf. hurled the glasses through th store.
Oremla, who had loOl n lot of Mkln Jnat mlsslnit the proprietor and smash
from arms and lrrs In the handicap Inn the glasses to pieces Then, the
tumble, had Patrick n'suiltvnn HOBtt complainant alleges, Mrs. Haines struck
on the seat behind In the tandem rare ner on the ,,ft ,)rPasl. called her names
and the pair easily repee.ed their per- nm, 0,herwllm Suited her
jumiKiivn oi in. previous nuniiay, will
tiln without undue exertion.
Tinitl) RACF.-Three-year-olda and
upward; handicap, selling-; alx furlongs.
Sherwood, 114 (J. Wilson), I to 6. 1 to
( and out, first; Montressor, 101 (Wolfe),
100 to 1, 10 to 1 and .1 to 2, aecon l;
Prince Ahmed. 116 mutwell), 13 to 1, I
to'l and out, third. Time. 1.141-C. Vol
thorpe, Judge Monoh also ran.
HAVRE DE GRACE ENTRIES.
RAiHE TRACK. HAVRE HE OTtACra.
hid . April St. The entries for to-oior-
row's race are aa follows:
MRKT BAtS Two rsr-M; sslllnf; f" r
sad s half twimgn. BiUaif, 10.1. HtmieVnv,
in); Wanlta, 101; Itrafnn KIv. S; lam.- I).,
tin. tain. I'SDDtll, 101; 'Odonsl O.. 101.
HBTOND BACK Thrss-ysr-al4s; fllMfS; VI
Ing; fits sad s half fwvtnnsi. Brmirr, 119;
'Henperk. OA; La Sainrells. lol. Hll.n' NOW,
110; 'Comtl d'Alsne. OA; Psrtl Qusea, 112:
XI ht Rrribs, 100; 'Cantos Usnee, OA; 'U
suit. 107.
THIRD UArB Thrse rsu olds sat BSSSfHl
hsndlrap; five and s hslf furVmci. Csmh n il.
123; Jos Knight. 107; Prnohsoit, 107: Holllna
Hums, 100; I'slsoquln. 10S, (korw Hufhss, 110;
Bisinsboaid, 10a.
FOtTRTH ItAi'M-. Thrss-yesr olds and titmsnl;
Newark; arils sad sncntr rsrOs. 'Msrrji Led,
111: ruauas. Ml; UossU MseDonsld. 117;
Hnysl MrUor, 141. Blarkfoel, 111; KoravU. VJO;
BrsskST Boy, 116; M-rtoe Ahassl, 111; Wir
kei. 100.
FIFTH BACB Two-yssr-otds; mHm .
Mtlons; fits fiatnssjs. Oales, 108; MoH.'-si.
lli Ruhesd, list; Csnuurl. 103; Hllh Priest,
Kit; J.hn Usntiall, 100; Csoaock, 103; loNgs
per, 100; Amuuaest, 100.
SIXTH RACE- -Three-rear 4lds ln upt.ai.1;
seUinf; six furlong, -sttndloett. 10A; Krel
Lsry, 103; Profile. 116; TonlsUs, 110; Frag, 1IC;
Bi!li..r-i lln. Fstio. I 111 N.Trtcene, U
Mrs. llalne waived a hearing and
gave ball.
TRUE BLUES CAPTURE
SOCCER TITLE FOR 1913.
Playing their thlnl game In the final
round of rhe annual cup tie aeries of i
the American Football Association.'
after two tie games In Philadelphia,
tihe True ltluos of ljtl OOP anl the
TsK-ony J'oothall Club of Philadelphia
at last rearh.-d a derision at Morris
Park yestenlay afternoon.
The True lllues won by a score of 2
goals to I, thereby succeeding the
Weat Hudson1! of NVwnr', who had
been forcssl out of the competition bv
the Poll ulver ltovcrs as title holders
for the year 1913.
p. o. QAffJM my ar.
Kntry blanks are out for the Pos!
OfMce irames that will lie held at Celtic
Park on May If, Nearly all of the
prominent umutcurs have already eg
celved thu blanks. Melvln Bhtppgrd, J
Abel Klvlat. Homer BaJtor, Mutt Mu-I
Orath ami many other local stars have.
promlsiHl tu couipvte.
1U
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from
Your Credit Is Good
Nil t, reitulred. An Imtitlad gjsrsnlsel
HIITI SVSrj (mill-nt. ''.-.i 1111 .
Purl Rrn tfni Avenue.
CARTY Is working hard In prep
aration for Wednesday night s
hont with Frank Moran. H
waa In fln condition a couple of weeks
ago when he met Flynn. If h ever
loses his "championship" K won't be
for lack of preparation.
MoJarty saya that he doesn't Intend
to go on fighting until he haa gray hair
and uses a crutch. He expects to roll
up a little fortune ber.ire that and to
spend, a few year travelling around
through foreign countries before going
West and settling down In a ranch.
stogsj O-NIOMT at Bridgeport Welsh
I fights Al Ketchel. Even Freddie
I falling for th easy money
thing. It's In the air. Everybody wanta
- gl1 Meat thing we know they'll be
mtohkissVwsJs, Outfboat Smith against
9 ur Matter.
BATTLINO XKl)N. out West, la
maJxlng loud noises indicative of
an agitated mind. Battling I much
annoyed because several people In the
United States (eighty or ninety million)
S0O0B to have an Idea that he I no long
er 0) contender for the lightweight cham
pionship. Listen to this from Bat:
"I may not be just as good as I ever
whs, but I'm good enough to clean up
all th lightweights around th top at
tttls time. Wolgaat, who got th title
foot me through the stopping of the
fjBt when I hadn't even been knocked
down, never would fight me again. He
WOO tickled half to death to get away
tN It as he did, and he'd aooner have
ght of Jumping off a ateeple than
ling the risk of meeting me again
SBB set th example, and after he had
stdswupped m all the others did th
Mkfjto. They all knew the old Battler
was) sjtJU there with the endurance, and
nowadays they like nice short ten-round
beasts, with no decisions. Well, If I re
thto without being able to persuade
HI tools to right me at least I can claim
tha credit of being th only champion
who waa alwaya willing to give any man
I tjsat another chance Just aa soon as
Sal wanted It, If he wasn't satisfied that
I could Uck him. I did It with Young
Corbet t. and convinced him for good
on th second trip. I gav Joe dans an
other chance as soon as possible after
boating him for tho HUe. I'd like to
know whether Wolgvxst 3r Ult?n!o or
jBy of those fellows would do the samo
same. 113; Middle OrsniT, 110.
A4renUc atlowsiK-s rlatmwl.
Track r i
wfth
Joe dan a on the other end."
LEXINGTON ENTRIES.
The entries for to-morrow's races are
as follows:
PIR4T RACE -.Purw: thne-sw-okU; meldem;
It fMrtono. Hares 4MB. 107; King Box, 100
World's Wonder. 112: O 'TU True. 104; John 0,
Wier, !00 Ivtsr Omm. 112; 11 Id Cokir, Ittfj
Ink fh-s. Ill; But ,,f MT.,r. 111.
SBro.Vt! HACK Puns- t!,re ear-ills and
ntwaid; ail fnrl.uss Onsen, 102: Bonxnsa. KM
Back Bay. 107: Oaati on Prllrrrr. 104: Jainrs
Kocxery. 107: Aomrrt. 107; Three Unki. UN);
Hlseth. 107: Morrlatown. 111.
THIRD RAl'sl-I'ufsr; twn.year-ol.ls; mal.lrn
fillies, feur furlongs. -wneaa II. , 112: It .a
M'lndl. 112: (isailoa 112: W., . 112: Ktmt
I'lwm. 112; IlncMnm Hr.ls. 112.
KlIl'RTH BACB Ashland oaks, there inr .M
fillies: one talle The Wklow Msea, 117. 0
Well. 117: Lfldeas. 117; Floral Park. 117; I lid
Woman. HI; Halbsaa. 117; Chrtatmaa Mlar. Ill;
I la iar Piatt. 117.
nPTH RArB Purse: two-rear-olils; m-n-lea
fllllea; four flirtings.- AOs Kennedy. IH la
Valletta. 112; I'arixU. IMl Rjlnx Fran..,. 112;
hbalbr Belle. 112; Rattle M 112: Itufflaa. 112.
SIXTH tCl Ssllhall loor-iear-i.l.l. an.1 no
ward; nrile and seeerty )arda.- -Autinuatlc. 106;
HaleweUI. 10 ; Jack lesson, 107, Dirk Baker,
113; Forehead. 100.
Westawr clwidy; track heavy.
WANT A JOB;
WE GUARANTEE TO GET
WORK FOR YOU
..."'eedv wurk as a MHVIMi PICT1 KB
OI'KltTH for at least a weak
i sn be had slier m few weeks' tralsUBS.
isn't gel half enough saws, aaal
labs are mine a-hegglng,
F. C. I AVI OR 1 111 - 9
r. 4,. lallW, f.. JfrlBm SJSJJ
Thnm'a While RlephalM
siul llllllarri I'arlnr. 81.1 Bt.
wllng Alley,
at Hrwadwar
AMUSEMENTS.
FARLEY IS APPOINTED
DEPUTY DOCK CHIEF.
ANOTHER fighter who Is ambitious
to become a traveller 1 Johnny
Lore. Johnny doesn't Intend to
wait until he has "rolled up a fortune."
Ha Intends to start vary soon. After
taking a few Jumps to different parts
of the United States to take on a few
Voaal battles, he sails for Australia
July U.
In Australia Lore will In all prob
ability fight Mehegan. the Australian
champion who once defeated Matt Wells
lav Kngland. Mehegan Is a tough ous
tOOtor. but so Is Lore. After Mehegan,
isboi in comes. And when he has
ct3ned up In the Antipodes It Is off for
that dear Paris, right down ths line
lifBueh all the French champion In his
class, and then to England.
TBI Is an extensive sohedul. But
Lor Is a youngster of promise. II Is
irkoty tu make good all th way and
coxa back a seasoned veteran with a
rsaJ record, fit challenger for whoever
holds ths ohamplonghlp hsrs whsn lie
roturns. Whlls Lore was bested by
stiugrue a few nights ago, mainly
through being knocked down In the
nlrith round, he showed real class and
uisBcellad grit throughout the bout.
PROMINENT RUNNERS TO
RACE AT CELTIC PARK.
v - e
Jjtoi-e than a score of prominent run
nofB will compete in th profasalonal
SJMM that will b staged at th Monu
raotlt Games at Celtic Park next Sun
daw, Johnny Hayes, who won th
Otojnplc, Marathon In 1101, and Will
Iggjt Kolshmalnen, the Finn, will be
afwnng th starters.
ayes Is training for tho event and
foals sure that he will give th Finn
a Brd tussle for th honors. In ad
dition to tho profasalonal races ther
will be CtooUo football sad s, wrestling
Old Employee Taken Out of the J
Ranks to Fill Important
Appointment.
Twenty-five years In a clerical and i
advisory capacity in the Dock Depart
ment Charles J. Farley was to-day ap
pointed Deputy Commtsloner by Dock
Commissioner R. A. C. Smith. As a
dsputy Mr. Farley will receive a (alary
of 16.000. As chief elerk from which
position he was promoted his salary was
at, 000. Mr. Farley Uvea at No. UM Lex
ington avenue. He has long been re
garded aa an expert In dock department
matters and hu promotion was in recog
nition of his I ig year of faithfulness
and bis thorough knowledge of dock
department affairs. It Is ths first time
that an employee of ths department
has been taken from tha ranks ami
given a deputy commlsslonershlp ap
pointment. Mr. Farley aucceeds B. F. Crasaon Jr..
who was appointed by former Dock
Comml!onr Tomklns. Ths latter'
views on water front development with
which the Mayor did not fully, con
cur, were wholly shared In by Mr.
Cresson. The latter handed In mis
resignation, which was at one accepted
by Commissioner Smith.
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Turn i the rascals out tha hoadache. ; jj.i'i' NANCE O'NEIL HURTIG I "sEAMON S "l 1 S S1
e bi ousness, tho indigestion, the Arts IU flVlr 0 hit I r , , i , 7t,. "S? 1 aMmunl a Mstine. luity
ek. aour stomach and foul gases- ,tttt'V tJWZ&u, GINGER GIRLJ
'ntihm"t.ght "d kmp them Z!!J&'!&'r OLYMPIC Kj"-rillV'fl?
the
sick,
turn
out with Cascarets.
Millions o( men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and never
know the misery caused by a laxy
liver, clogged bowels or an upset
stoinsch.
Don't put in another day of distress.
Let Cascarets cleanse and regulate
your stomach; iemov the sour, un
digested and fermenting food and that
misery-making gun; take the excess
bile from your liver and carry out of
the system all tha constipated waste
matter and poison in the intestines and
bowels. Then you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight wfli surely
stiaighten you out by morning. They
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fc. Mme. Sarah Bernhardt K
Mav Kriierltslre a Ills Vaudeville mil
Illh Seala mm Mall orders 1111, d.
BELASCO Mtt i-i '
Mats.Tbujs. A Sat at 2 IS I
YEARS OF DISCRETION H?tf"
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STAR TI4K ATDI7 i '- n.
star s aa a a IXJII B BaLs
JarJsrultOS DIIDI CCfillt7Ts:
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BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS
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Un lb I l Hal, Isaily. I'hi.i.s Wmalmrg S24
BEN WELCH AND HIS NEW SHOW
ass, se tal i-,rs TtVlf'R ntil.V.
risisWsws l m.. iinai) hi s)M
war r .ill., .i.i sfltsiltdl . Heat Seals. ilOt
till': srwi.s or' hi 4i.Kl.4Mi.
(Ill MIIV STIIKK MllMitt Kit,
4MATRI KM FlivrsllW r. V.
work while you ilcep. A 10-cent box ' lRn.sPlfrT l'rr"' " We.t,i,.i,r n
from any drug store mesas a clear head, . r rHKArlu: A FOOL THERE WAS
a,la.ei - - .Insssel, sissst slsss ksisiltkv s,. m. L I it. L' ... 1 1 . -...
liver and bowel action for ' months. VnxSRIA B- RiwUu.ua " HENDERSON'S fAflRMi kn
Children, love to tak CaseartHs becsuss fUlsUWIDIA 4 47ih Duriesque , .,. I Lawjts llssja a. t.. Haxsuoad at s..ris.
MILLION DOLLAR
RECEIVERS' SALE
Conducted by L. A. Price and A. S. Gilbert. Receivers
Stock of Brand New Spring sand
Summer Merchandise
The bargains below are but a fair
in every department. Your
specimen of the excellent savings we arc showing
dollar goes twice as far at the "New Store."
Boys' $1.50 Base
Ball Suits
rvxjLi
ill
A -ii i i. -if 4g
oUttll for gsTllafa)
ft.eOflC
DjaFor.
The outtlt ronolsti
of iiawf ii.ill anil
shirt. 1 1 ii . ' i a 'Op a ml
ti.lt. Iiiael.ull bal
anil slive
NO M4II. OB PHONE oapr.a.s.
Flowers
In ItM M'nort
in n t r
niMo, f in .
, .ulJtFv
Splendid Offer!
Men's CSl Young Men's
$12 50 SUITS
IB c a i
m
$.50
ceivcru'
price
We haw
taken all
our odd
sulfa from among tha
batter trade and put
them in one lot.
Excellent new mn-
torials in all colors
nd sizes for men
'and youths.
Men's
$10. $12.50
Raincoats
Tweeds, ri wtm ftp
boml)a
zines,
(wills
and
S...I..I " filing-
s ,,ir,i r i.M.r.
Single texture and double fared. Some
with plaid backs. In tan, gray, brown.
Wonderful bargains.
5
$5 & $6 New Summer Dresses
$0.90
Dresses j
Cat ay Rmhrrri la "J
Stock up now for tha Summer
with thaea charmtnt tub
tfrertee.
This sale will eclipse any
ever held lie fore
The materials include ra
tines, piques, linens. Bed
ford cords, seersuckers and
dimities.
Some in white, licht blue and
tan: others in striped and
many charming color com-
hinnlions.
We I'iiuslrate . All eitae-for
woman and misses. V9
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$1$1.50
Tub Dresses
Made of lincne and per
cales of first quality. Trimmed with
contrasting colors, pipings, silk
cords, buttons and straps. Sizes 6
to 14 years.
50c
Ses-eaa Mewir.
Women's $1
Flannelette
Gowns
RtC Price.
af
1 b.'v-b w it
II
39'
E x c e 1 1 en t
qualil y white,
pink and blue
sttiixtl mate
rials. Beauti-fullvmade.
ual I' lour.
Women's $2.50 and $3.00
Shoes. Pumps
and Oxfords
Receiver Price.
B IjH H I I Pwfls-BVlWwjWBtssB asMssssss-vf'. ''A
ThlrilMiHir
So
ne satin
pumps in sev
eral different
styles included;
also a complete
line of via kid
Shoes and
Pumps. Very
special for
Tuesday.
Gloves
Doe-
Women'. SI.2S
thin Glovet,
white only. P.X.
M. Sewn. Wash-,
able. Kec. price.
Boyt' Dogthin Gtovtt,
P. X. M. Sewn.
Knidish tans
Value $1.00.
Rec. price.
Men't Mocha Glovet,
tft 'P. K. Sewn. Tan and
brown. Paris
point embroid
ered backs
Value SI. 00. for
'85c
i Gloves,
69c
Glovt,
Tan and
59c
Mil In in aw r
$1.50 c Bala Spirite Corsets
- All tne latest and most desirah e
models. Cut on excelent lines. The 1 A
tranceof youthful slendi rnes? is more 1111- W m eXv
port ant than the cut of your K"wn. Rec.
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7
m
Children' 1 75c Dretses,ol fine lawn and nainsook.
Waist or yoke styles; eftOCtlvely trimmed
with lace and embroidery. Sizes G mo. toG JQp
Children'! $1.50 Drestet, of fine lawn and nain
stxk. Effectively tnmnud with lace, em-fj O,
broidery and ribbon. Siziiimo. to 6 years tl (Jv
Beeead I in
Dress Forms and Notions
5c Pin Sheett; var
ious sizes. Kt- ,
ceivert,' iricc. 1C
25c "Puritan" Pines
ilrexsmnkers. 7e0
Retvi vers' price II C
7c Capiheaf Safety
Pint. Keceivt-rs
price
10c Lingerie Tape;
M OCatsTt. Cm
Uitts vers' price. . DC
10c f(xn Tubular
Shoe Lucer; all P
icnu'ris. Kec. pr. DC
4c
"Sueor me;
Jersey clotn
covered
Nickel top
and arm
hole. All
Hues. Re
ceivers' price
57c
tl.SO Drat Forme; in
sues aj, 34, 42 and 14
inly. r.xtt'iHion rod
new SpruiK. I'ii:i. QVsa
price OV
tniKlcls. Rgc,
5c Spiral Tip Shea
Lace; all lenKths. ft.
Her. price, pel) pr. eJC
5c Collar Support'
ar; ".ft ug' a.
Silk. Rec. price CK,
10c Pin Cuthiont;
tomalD shape. a.
large. Rec. price IC
5c and fc Bona
Rinf; (or fancy em
broidery. Receiv- 4j
era' price, per pair wC
lie Kid Curler; r.
all sues. Rec. pr. s)C
$16.50 Pullman Carriages
$-1 41.85
The
12
Receivert
reduced thit tor
U 0
one aay only.
sa Shop early for
best telectiont.
Reed body and hood, roll on
front of hood and sides of
carriage. Tubular steel gear
and extra heavy rubber tired
wheels. Excellently finished.
IBM Moor
$1.25
1
Glassware Bargains
BJO.ajo Rich American Cut 43 1st. a
' -Jl Consists of sugar and
il cream sets, celery or
roll trays, ice lulls, oil
or vinegar bottles, etc. ;
guaranteed perfect;
values up to 13.80
Whiskey CUaaca Tumblara
Of line pmtfd Klass; 11 sixes; mada of
plain t-haiic Willi pressed , ,
Isittoni. Value near glass, cc.
!iU ix.1 duzen. lent value. Values
UVV
Wire ai a.-i-K
I I u, t. ' avsa, , aav, xw4ua.ii
Oooleta
Assorttxl sites; thin
tiliiwn. Lot includes
ChantWJOM I n d hot
whiskey glasoes.
Values lip to $1.50
liertliiz.; for, each,
j noi
:8c
for
fine
5c
Unequalled Values in This Sale of Floor Coverings
saaswaawsswj ssefn a a D aX mt .Ss. SI am I ?C- aW 1Q Hus. fill XSa. jSJBks. M WtW
Axmtnsier rtugs, ip jtu m iu eW. wh-
Q m wo f g cloth, irom tnree oi tne
Desu manuiaciurers oi
oilcloth in America. Re
ceivers' orice. oer sa. vd .
69c Printed Linoleum.
Smith, Overbrook Car
pet Co. and other ma
kers. Size H ft. 3x10 ft. 6
Receiver!' price, each
mless Brussels Rugs,
size 11 ft. 3x12. Oriental designs.
Will fit any large size $11.98
room. Receivers' price JL
$4 Ingrain Rugs, r e v e r s i b 1 e.
Fringe on both ends. Oto iQ
Size9xi. Receivert' pikL-u
a in
13
aM. H
BAMBOO PORCH SCREENS.
Naturul narrow insulc
slat. Siw 5.0iM.(). Ex
cellently made. Re
ceivers' price. . .
Bamboo Porch
Screen, erecn narrow
inside slat. Site 5.0
MO Rssbmusbbx1 twice
ail starr aLle anil sUss Is stock
al proserttoisatrls' erl'es.
rosirtk Visew.
55c
65c
A clean
up of all Imported and Domestic.
Several different pattern!
Receivers' price, per sq. yd
39c Stair Carpet, 22J inches
wule. Reversible. Limit 30 A
yds. Receivers' price, per yd jjyxtw
VIII 147 3 kite.
37c
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