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CELEN AT FAULT,
IS ROOT'S REPLY
Seen Int. Military (lause
f?>r Now ?Constitution ?is
Boomerang.
SHOWS HOW LABOR
MIGHT SUFFER
I \ Senator Occlarcs Command?
ants (.mild Seite Power by
I lOtlng ("iinrls.
was
'
sf Kdgar
'
? ot in
'. red largel*.
t that no
IB uni*?? e: . I . ?
? lee.
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. an.i
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Any
?
I word
of th?* ei
? ' ?abject. If
i cintrant**?
? ?
? -
p ? thrv
? nee 1777.
? ought
? si ? ro? -ion into our
? '
?
.
Militarj Power furbed.
pro*
"Nor
si
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il lib
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not upon thr
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upon
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mplica
we pu?
? *ution.
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! have the
tizens for
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power
. f our
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t?te Bar
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the coniniitf? |
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CHARGES WIFE' GUIDED
DYING TESTATOR S PEN
Brother ol I I P. Balrd Warn*,
MM.OOO l.eqmst Set Aside.
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Parrj
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- N
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- ' ? '?' '?'? ? ii Baird, of
of I barios,
???h? h i-p ' ,;,., -r'
the Haiti? in ?co
?' ? st the timi St i
? '?' ? - ??"- ? ...i? on
ll*.ni*maiin Hospital
?
'? hn? t.een pm
Jannsri in
?'hai ! Par." and as-aiti
?n i X '.'? th* *. . p)||Ce
- ' ? "? '. aril.
' that Jam- ,
;
J Baird
.'lent
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I
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woman referr? d te si
?
the eel
er? ? - in France.
."?h.- .
I
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ami
Id not
?e iiaaUaintd.
350 IN WAR BENEFIT CHC
. erdi? "KrquWin *?!*??' T?. He
In Mil ..f It.Han Sn?ttStS.
T's- a SIS rt r. ?-? ? ??
' - ? .
-.,- i raegti Hi
?ovember 1
has ?--..
Befon 'h* ?i
of th?' BUI I <
?ft or. of the
-
? "
?inn, a \ OlUlf Arm
" - adele Dill
i?? mu
'
pert,
??.?ii.
. tenor
\ r Boitoi
"
The
rr>n ill
-
400.000 BABIES
DYING IN P0LA1
Mothers I erd Chalk and Wl
to Tase Hunger Padereus
Benefit! October 28.
? betwe? ? ' ? ?
armie?. the pi
?;cPi ?- ? Gi bo? in Ru?
Polar, : I ?? fron-.
. fsrmiag lar.-.- I "?
Bte a vast waat?
V) ? ere or.re the city of W
t of Tnrnow, M
,r the
bj i!?
? '?.?' pietare of
? ;, '.i ".-i reei ?
wife of
. from Mis? Henrietta Ely,
. v ' ., v.-rore fr ? . Pi \
? ng then fer
I ? '?
i , ? ? id thonn
Im? Paderewaki
tel I loi
? ?.
.
: ? v si I lesa pi
i.r.'ir mother? ?
. . beet root st -*???<? time,
unite that ?he and
party coui.l ?'fit even hr?
it? rally h
p Sine, a-iii with tl
? ? p y m o i
u food chi.
?? said, ?-??e.i.K lh?-te little cl
"My hu?banil Y,i?hed to keep nt
from I sa rnaale me
r ter months he
keys, It wai
deep ?? ? - eoufltrry t
., '"or
St ne could rr.i?.e money
relief.
"American? do ror realise the c.
of 1 - sr? feel that
preat \? at??? of s? ?? 111 swt
?
condition?. Mr. Paderewskl l I
October 'JS, on '1
I, Pi end Present,1 snd will f
ri leci?
i the P. h Victir
C ? i m ? vt
p
?"i. ?.r which the ?lulls of Ml
ed si I
?
promin?
Mr. Psderewski ?-ill auet:
ird WhRr;
he ? London, fi?ki
? ? of "Rule Bi ? tan la" a
i ??? ?.
ADMIRAL LITTLE'S
COURT MARTIAL NOV.
Trial Postponed to Let Oftici
Prepare Defence.
? ' ISM
I '.-? It '? lie rou
fiiirt.al of Krar Admiral William :
? , - - ? ? ? Moi '?????
tpoi
ly uotil November I. He:
? ?? relied on tl ? Seeretai
to dsy . ? time to |
?
"Tence chu
reli
conducl
? . K 2 fi om he contra
, may I
. ?
It wa-- lesi ned
? ?
? -
all lad
snd rh?
I ?
?
? : the ?.-on
:i ?if h'
?
d carel? i
.. the thorouni
? *y ?tvoul?
-,
t ed t h. ? thai
sgi .i ? ? i ? ? .
? the . pen) i ?
? ?
if th? -ii Mich SB .
I
| ? t WOUld BO
i.? a leglect ol ?
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PRESIDENT HONORS
NEGRO INNKEEPER
Orders Old-I ashioned Southerr
Dinner at Harper's Ferry.
\? ssl ngten, Oet IS Presides! w |
i. hoi nia.
Ml >, Norman (.alt. bit BsB? ??? I
? acj i.i.i
ih, of New Orleans, satomol
?. - Ferry, W, .... foi lunch, l o
? pe - attended a tbeatr?
Th? 1 ? -the Whit?
thi? morning without telling
? Houm oftdals when th?
It was imung snd th?
muddy, bul tl <? bolieay mskei -
areged ami booi
? ?. Ahite House cur at Harper'?
two miles away v ,
? K the Potomac and
? ;?;?
" ng "Woodrow Wilion and
' by a r ..pro family
and *
? were
? --. which
' a.' room,
.
II
Lu? wa I
.'resident WSJ
trip, and at I red? r. ?.. R a
? ' ? .
?
? '.'
waahiaftea ihortlj aitej o ?'deck.
ST. CECILE HAS
GOLDEN JUBILEE
Famous Actors' Lodge ol
Masons Celebrates
This Week.
HIGH DIGNITARIES
WILL TAKE PART
hntertainment Programme lor
.Members of Ancient Order Has
Many Well Known Names.
- ? ' ? e. known the Masonic
? . ? |
?
... rnt in tl
thsi . ? '
?
ghest
".
IJasi New ?*
ding. Ann I .ru- '? im i I
lira sad at 1
be past tnsstei ef ? Grsnd
? .
Worshipful
j E. M. I., v.;-.
of the Grsnd Lodge, si th? refresh
.
ed.
?iior. slaborsl
by th?j lodge, which ii famous ?'
rtainments, with lodg?
furnishing the ?:.
day the lodge, m eonfonnlti
the teaebii ? ersft, will sold a
? . erviee la I
Presbyterian I hurch, at which th? ici
mon will he delivered by Right ?Vor
shipful William K. Stevens, ?< el
of ?he (?rand Lodere Wednesday sight
a banque) at the McAlpin will conclude
the juhilee.
St C?cile was formed at the olo?r of
t'r.<> Civil War for the sccommo
of the.?? member* of thi craft ?rho, be
, cause of the nature of their work. *,tcr?
l from the beBefiti of th? lodger
meet fit the usunl hour in the
? i.*. Poi the mo?l part, the??, were
etoi - and nuai? lai >b* the
? ha? '"?< - ?.
Thespiaaa, muscians, wr ter? and
? ed in ? he I rade?. ? Ib
iti i "ii? ere the
inem of Al
a ml it i? a rare n eel
ther lsndi do i st
tign the visitors' r? ' V these meet?
ings the entert is usually
? thai
? i ger eould afford
even w< re he able to ind uc?
? : em.
It i- ice in the world
managi
na rever differ, and
to hog the eeal
whatever I reputal
? ? liei o.
I e of thr-'r calling
-
world win riereis, some si present he
?h*- oil \ .itralia and
Is s lsi ge
in th? ... , Asia.
S'earer home there Ii hardly a eitj of
mi mber dee sot visit
in the ci. irie
? ? ?' -ne charter meniher? .
now living, bul
? st Ed
ell, who pn
t the first me?
? ? iad offl. .?
ASTOR MARKET OPENS;
FLIES FLEE IN DESPAIR
Crowds Visit Spick and Span
Building al 9?r)th Street.
The Ninety-fifth Street Market, ballt
by Vincent A?*"r sa Broadway,
opened to the public yesterdsy morn?
ing. As rsi solleeted
; it was swept up and cirrie?! in the el?
te the basemeat. " Tra? the
architect, boaiti that a flv would
?
?? lilding t h rough o n the ds* .
The ! ilding i sboul
depth, ami ' BloBg
? ? ? - ip th? , ? I?
of the Mock from ''h to
\metv-rifth Street. N big ti ndowi
mhI the stutlio-hke roof sisure
i th? -'"iel ' ? pei- snd their ens
: i, The ? ?. ide. The
floon und counter! are tiled. B
te amonte the
' i I.floB < i -a r. i ? ?> - ?uni ii
? ? ?. In the bsi ?
r, ?pace for delivery ? |
refi geratm.- and hcsl ?
????lu ?toras*? room? will be >,? pi
? mperature? ranging from 22 I
pipei eonstantl?
th? sil '-old in the ihowcl
(loor ai eve. A liinchii'orn will ?<.o-i bi
i ' ii i\
M r. Astor did no' le?
nd?! to I "' ' IBB. The n ? ?
"floor ipac? " abeut ?s, ?
the neighboihood
nl been taken b)
The neu merket la on.* result f,:' \]r
Astor'i stadiei a- ? membei
I*? commii Mr
1 expected at th?- n n -
? i ?lav .? ? ' ? ri
*
HUNT H SCHUMANN-HEINK
l'ateri?iin l'oliee Mate Warrant ( liarr.
in? Hun Ttith EaihessletBeat.
Henry Schuiaaan-Reink, ?on
fames? opera ?tar and ex-clerk
recorder* court in Patersea, N. J
? by detectives who h?.\e ,-, t ,j
for 'n? sire^?. chargiBg his
Ig $'7011 pf fui
.
Act i uc by direction of ?he Polie.
. ? bief of Poliee .l"i i
t?.p.- out rh.' \?ai ran! '
Ism? K. < arroll Per.
n l Kepplei ?rent 1
umanB-Heink had t.
? of his mother wil
? d ';:* h IB
JUDGE HOYT LEADS SCOU"
"Hots' I'riend" BeCSaBSB I halrrnan
Orgaaisatlea \H? ???.r? CeaaaiHIee
i . . . .,. | ' -. ?
boys' -'-;. ? :" and preeidlag ,n '
? ?ill he*d the B
New . City, It wsB ?
? ? .. t hesdq iart< re,
\ . . : ding, laat Bitgl
? ?? iated wirh tl
na? ele?
? ?
Seer York,
Th, it i ..-- f? Ii
I ?????. ,en Pewe
. ,| in "The Knell
eoal fund? beeau
' ?hat th?, ScOUtl r
?arv drill.
tondl to make t
? h n.in bine, instead of <l
I m." "aid "Kx.-e
I tends to b"ie hi
? ?? siahitloB te ser
tei Bee
tter training I
. . - lag 'han ai
FEDERAL RESERVES
HOLD LESS PAPE1
flanks liny Bonds as Banker
and Commercial Accept?
ances Decrease.
i ?
ton, Od 16. A falling o
m commercial paper held hv the Fe?
oral I - - l tl I eek, conihiiu
with a decrease of bankers' acoep
: ? ? ?? matarity of muniopi
rrsntl hc'.?l, resulted in the purcha
of (Jaited State? bond? hv the ban?:
'n ha ?.ds earning sometlri.i
Commercial paper on hand decrease
?bout $1,100,000, largely a? the r? ?
of liquidation ef pap<r held hv ,v*
'three Southern hunk?. Hankers' ...
OB hand decreased aboi
Hen V'ik and Iloston rr
porting ?lightly smaller holdings tha
The n\ trage maturity of paper WS
hi.'
? ?in.I paper 1 iquidated. Thu
the proportion of paper maturiag b tl
m t. ? ? 'in 10 I r.?
T IT, tO 1 ?? - P?r fell'
the proportion of nil papei ma
f with ii th rl v day! hai 11 ?
m 7 pel eeal to M 8 per cent.
.. boldiai "i i in- Federal Reserv?
?ysteai now itand at |4.*W,000,000, i
I 000 a month ago an
' thr? ?? moath? ago. 01 I
gold, ? ? n the VBuIti ?
the ha:.:.? and $136.200,000 is in th
vaults of the r e | sgl i,r ?
Th? pi port.? "i earn ?ne a eti I
. n ->? of ' ii per eenl
from 111 per ceal n month h.o and II
per cent rhree months ago. Net di
ember bsak? ha? e h ?? ?
ng the week anil
I."i" in the last thr? <
' ork showing s gs
?he week and oi
irter,
HILLSTROM, I. W. W.
AGITATOR, MUST DIE
I'tah hoard Refuses to Commute
Mis Sentence.
?
? Lake < ity, Utah, (?cr. IS The
Board of Pa ftei a c<laaios
reive hour? to-day on the Jogcph
llillitrom ( .ied a decision to
Ig the respite gran*? .1
ron ? ? Go?ernor Spry at the re
li pit \\ ilsofl ami d? Byiag
his application for commutation of sen?
tence to Ufe impi isoameal
A long criminal record, i tablished to
tat? Dill ?? . ? "?
ti m with the Industrial
Ui.rK.i-- ol ?he urn id dynam tiag ploti
If :,? ?.' ? li?' ? 'I'll,' ry, the ?B1 BS?0B "f
Mexico by an I. W, W. srmj sad the
???" dynamite from San
I ? ? SCO to L? ABgeld I"r the blow
?Bg up of "The I.o? Angeles Tim?-?"
Building, ? ted to t ne boat d.
Til.? ? raa verified by a pris
oaei in the LTti ?tat? prisea, a lormer
mpl .?'? of 11 ?' it rom.
Hill . 1(0 charged with plant
. ? ?' which was intended
tti blow up the Spreekel? Theatre, la
San Diego, aad with many other out?
rages committed there.
H itron will be executed with.n
forty-fit '? da) s.
Threatening letters continue ?o pour
into ? officiait W,
Ferry, Speaker of the Senate and
.' power in the .?t?te, h .
the object of 1. W. W. propagan
Hii life hai i.n threat?
? s uses his influence in behalf of
Hillstrom.
CAPITAL MERCHANTS
TO WAR ON FAKE ADS
Crooked Auction Sales and \<'\\.
"Copy" Under Consideration.
' - ? ? ? i ir***
WsshiagtoB, Oet, 16 Wsshington
merchanr? hate declareti war on
Dg \* ? mee- jpg of
the Ri .\ leeiatien
i esolul : eondemniag all
sdiag ?'eopy" for the
' member.? of the or?
ganization. Man?
oi peril n| ad? ei ' laiag v. ei <?
among them being the proposal
that a censorship comr ? .!.| be
the advert
embers el 'he Retail
Mercha I I ?a OB before being
'???I.
dare, it wai ?a : te
he named v. I. ich
.ake sdvei -
ai\e a I SPOrt to
".'.li I a i e ?
?
.1. fol -'ated
that s 1 ?'? piev? ni
? ? ? .
(?w?__t?
yonp.MNG IfajUALTT HOVS?
l-?-1
J Hat.*?, Gowns, Waist*, Veils, Nci'ltw.'sr, Furs
The Only Hou?? in .\'?w York Cater
In,, Exi*lu?!-?-ely to Thi? Q*3? a*f Trad?
Stticiy fVfft c/dii. V- eomp.fiSna a? our Jttifru
ere ear *rn, ame) wtetetiei* eft em tan imfafm?etu.
Wa Have in Stock at A? Timaa
Black or White Hats
That Are Not .Mc*irnm|j.
I Crockar Building, 376 Fifth A?ra?. ?1 38th St. .New York
Bo??an Address: The Oocker B!dg., Copley ?r,u?r?.
????? I-? ami '
F
m_S
Stern Brothers
Continuation of tlic Autumn Sale of Ru?gB
<>\ THE ||IIIf FLOOR, OFFERING EMPHATIC REDUCTIONS
Small and Medium Siasc Oriental Rup, Pereian, Mirlian ami BeloocUiUii Rop
Valora up t.. $11 BO Values op to |1M no
ai $9.00, L1.00, L4.75 and 1(>.7.~> at $40.00, 58.00, 85.00 to 96.00
The following are examples of the Extreme Reductiorw available in Room .Si/cs:
MAHALS
GHOERAVANS
Size
!? 1". I I ft..
?% be HV2 ft .
10 1 .'I by || ft..
I'H j |i\ 17 It .
Were Son
mi.von $75.00
1125.00 ?W9.00
$198.00 125.00
$250.00 1<S5.00
Size
9*4 by 12 ft.,
!?'.. by I.To ft..
lOVs by isVi ft.
10 hv 12* ?ft.,
Wert
?f'lHfi.OO
.il ?5.00
.??17,**i.00
$228.00
KIRMANSHAHS
?
Now Sizr Wer?- Now
1125.00 o |,v || ft. N*8.00 $188.00
1125.00 |a by n;4 ft.. 9998.00 I2SMI
9125.00 |o j-? |,v l'a?:?! ft., .r'.l?.?.',.do ?JJ8.(Ki
1165.00 |0 by 111, ft.. $578.00 U2SM
Women's Tailored Suits and Coats
h which refinement, smartness and distinction characterize the style, fabric and
trimming, arc bring shown in the Ready-to-Wear Sections on tlif* Third Floor, in
assortments that meet the requirements <>f every indi?, ?dual taste, whether <on
?errative <>r extreme, at reaaonable prices.
A MOST FXCFrilOWF OFFERING
SPF<:i\FFY PREPARED FOR MONDAY;
Women's Smart Tailored Suits
of gabardine, whipcord, broadcloth, faille de laine, kittens' ear cloth, diagonal
\f*l?.ur. mannish ?rorsteds, relour cloth, chinchilla, duvetyn, corduroys and n\
at $24.50, 35.00 and 15.00
Women's Coat- Evening Coat??
for street ..r motorinir. of corduroy. very modish models, made of superior
shepherd checkt, tue,I? and rariotu chiffon relret or relonr, la deep, rich
fancr mixtures, relour ?le laine, dure- i Autumn tonet, handsomely acccntu
tyn, whipcord and broadcloth, ' atcd with fur. warmly interlined,
at $29.75 & :}:..">() Special at $72.50
Distinctive Furs
<?f unusual reliability, eorrretlv detuned
and moderately priced. Included ?r?
Natural On-??. Fox Pines
at $35.00 to 150.0(1
Natural Blue Fox Piece?
at $6?>.00 to 2.?0.00
Supcrh Silver Fox Piece?
at $275.00 to lQoO.OO
Also Russian and Hudson Bay Sable,
Baum Marten and Kolinsky, in
made-up set? or whole skins.
Women's Smart (?oats
Are shown in Ermine, Broadtail, Bsbv
Caracul, Persian Lamb. Btarcr, Kolin?
sky, Squirrel, Mole and Hudson Seal.
The Hair Goods Salon
has arranged for To-morrow, on the Third Floor, a sale of
First Quality Wavy H.iir Switebe?. \
First Quality Gfay Hair Switches, - $8.00 eaeh
First Quality Tranaformationa, ;
All In the desirable lengths.
Woolen Dress Fabrics
An uncommon opportunity is offered To-morrow,
on the Main Floor, to procure
The Fashionable Velour o!e Faine
51 inches wide; soft velvety finish ; self color designs; in an
cat?naire range of the favored Autumn shades and black,
$1.15 a yard
Which is Greatly Below the Usual Price.
Household Linens Greatly Below
Customary Prices for To-morrow
Damask Pattern Table Cloths, vsrlou?
designs; regularly $'2.7* to 5.00. at
$1.95 to 3.50
Satin Damask Napkins, in neat designs;
regularly 99.95 a dozen, at
Satin Damask Table I.inen. superior quality;
regularly |l.SI ? yard, ... at
Irish I.inen Pillow ( ases, hemstitched; superior
quality ; regularly $1,25 a pair, . at
I.inen Sheets, hemstitched, heavy round thread:
serviceable grades; regularly $9.71 a pair, at
Satin Finish Bedspreads, regularly $9.71 each,
Real Madeira Tea Napkins, in handsome corn?"r
effects; regularly ;?<7.00 a dozen, at
$2.40
85c
88e
$441
$2.25
$4.75
A Particularly Important Sale of Silks and Velvets
On llie Second Floor. To-morrow, will include the following
moat exceptional values, that provide real economies:
( hiffon Ye]\ct. Imported.
10 inches wid?'. soft finish,
in black only. at
Value $5.00 a yard
French Plush, Imported, to
inches wide. lilil? weight,
in new Autumn shad's, st
Value 17.80 a vard
S*7
.:. ..>
3.8S
.lacquardTaffetas, Imported,
3ti and 19 inches wide, in Q 1 Q~
evening shades and black. V*? ^''
Values .*2..)0 to 3.00 a vard
Printed Chiffons. Imported,
in and I I inch's wide all
orer designs, . . al
ValuCI $2.50 to 1,50 a vard
1.28
Chiffon J'aille, 40 ins. wide,
in evening and street shades,
also white and black, at
Valut .,*3..->0 a yard
Satin Charmeuse, 10 in.'hes
wide, in light and dark
shades, also white and
black.
Value $9.21 a vard
1.65
1.48
Muslin Sheets, Pillow and Bolster Cases,
AT HI \I\..K\HI.F. "REDUCTIONS FROM Piu;\ AII.IV; PRICES
Pillow Cases Bolster Cases .Sheets
llaMim III o\3fi ins. 2!x.tilins 11(69 in?. Single Three quarter
Me 15c 28c 32c ?Me 6..e
ISxMlns. 27 ?. 3?; ins 21x72 ins. 22':x7f> ins Double Futra large
L6c IT?- 34c MW Toe 82c
Blankets ami Comfortables
I.anihs' Wool Coinl'ortahlcs White Blanket*
Double Siae Pmk and blue borden.
1 Igured Silk..line. at $2*95 Single Size. pair $3.75. 1.2.)
Plain borders; recular pri.e $4.00 Regular pri?es .*i..vi and .voo
Printed Satin. . . al S(>.7.~> Double Siae, pair $4.75? 5.50
Floral designs; nsular price $8.50 Hegular pri?es ?**.*>.7.5 and 6.50
Brocade Satin. . . at >.,..")() F.xtra I arge Size, pair $."").7,">, 6.9.")
Plain colors; regular pri.e $10.00 Rcguldl prices $9.90 and 8 00
Colored Hlankets
Pure Wool, double size, pr. 89.."i()
Plaid effects; regular price $11.59
Imported All Wool Blanket!
D.iuble Sias, pnir S7.2"), 8.7.">. (>..")()
Regular pri?es $9.00 te 19.50
Chiffon Taffetas. 10 IncJie?
wide, rich Autumn shades,
also white and black, at
Value !*2..")0 a yard
Satin Celeste. Art ins. wide,
evening and street shades,
also white and l?la?*k, at
Value $1.75 a yard
Crepe de (bine, .0 ins wide.
in light and dark shade?.
also white and black, at
Value $|.|0 s vard
81.38
1.20
?8c
Upholstery
Fourth Floor
Inspection is invited of the Urge
and UttUaually int?*re?ting line of
interior decorative fabrics and ex?
clusive novelties of high artistic
merit for home adornment.
SPECIAL FOB MONDAY
Fmbroidered Velour Portiere!
Beautifully finished; in design? lot
library. Mall. Living and
Dining Room,
at S19.-50 & 22.50 pair
imported Lace (iurtain*?
Values $1*.1)5 to MO s pair,
at ?S?'*.75, 4.50 & 6*S?
4000 Yds. Printed Cretonnes
In light and dark effects.
at 22e and 32e vard

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