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THE MORTGAGE BONO CO.
OF NEW YORK
55 Liberty Street
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CHOATE ASSAILS
B. F. B. WAR BLIND
FUND'S METHODS
Victims Should B? Restored to
Homes. Not Mini in Insti
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beef, the most plausible be?
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veal?"the killing of calves
which should be allowed to
grow into regular beef." You
cajiriot have beef if you eat
it as "veal", but vou can have
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
which contains more real
nutriment thiin beef and
costs much lesr,. Shredded
wheat biscuit is the whole
wheat steam-cooked, shred?
ded and baked. Make it your
"meat" for ten days and see
how much better you feel.
Wholesome and strength?
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or cream or in combination
with fruits. Made at Niagara
Falls, N. Y.
"Comfy" Slipper?
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Old English Prints
Appropriate lor
Xmas Gifts
KENNEDY & CO.
613 FIFTH AVF.
?Vorly-ninth St.
' i? to turn a man ?round and iho
; the right road. Wr ??.??n h
:.'r,| swearing among factory workers,
land some manufacturers h?
hava increased the lf|
men. After onr meeting in a Si
shipyard th? loi I ? ? themselves put up
card?, fori, . ?nt.g. and a man
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inch a '?ol? mneholy' 'hing
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plain trail hitter?. Thi
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man to tell "?' Bible cla - mol ili
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ANNOUNCEMENT
iaei - -a ?i. ? ?.? ? ignnn of Cle I errand
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"old In thll :-r thai r.arr.? ut OAtTLOIS will be
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BERGOUGNAN TIRE CORPORATION,
49 W. 64th Street.
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A PIANO IN
EVERY HOME
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U the best Plano val
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SAjla D-se a
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The Gift Perfect
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?STEGER and SONS'. Price? Are Established :
Sieger & Sont Grandi, Upiifhtl lid Player Pir ? $425
R?-ed & Soni ' prifhtl llld Pli'-rT Pililos. 375
Singer ? .1 Player Pi.no?;. .no
Thompson d PI r ei Ml . 245
I a-rms Ccmaistent with Price and Quality.
WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONE IS
THE CELEBRATED THOMPSON PLAYER PIANO
Price $450 At Term?, $10 Monthly
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A Piano With a Personality
Selling Only Piano* of Quality.
ALPHONZO SMITH PIANO HOUSE
(-?.tory Distributors for Eastern New Yorl?.
Piano? Rented?Tuned? Repaired?Moved.
THE NEW EDISON
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Service Department-- I ( lit **'
Exclusive Edison Representative.
Alphonzo Smith Piano House
25 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn,
Near Fulton Street, Nrvins Street Sub
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of a violation of the I irt
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Episcopal reel >ri pn
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"Capitol Special''
"National Limited"
are new names given to the trams
formerly known as the "Royal
Special" and "Royal Limited," rim
ning between New York and Wash
ington in five hours. These trains
.?re the nation's pride, hence tre?
change in names. All
steel, with the highen
standard Coaches, Pullman
Parlor Can and Observation
Cars. The Dining Car Service
is worthy of special mention.
The "Capitol Special" leave**
New York forty minutes later th?tn
heretofore. The "National Limited"
arrives New York fifteen minutes earlier
THE SCHEDULES
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