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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1912.
Mr. IVrUins Sn.vs Hot Friend
nu Own Money on
Ill s!M SAW Til KM OFF
Woiikiii. riiuiitFeitr nixl Volet
Held to A wiill hiper.s
Frcin ( ii !i l orn in.
. i ii I. IVrkllH, tri veiling com
ji,, .1 hi Mi- MiiK.iri-t .f. MeN.iiiiir.i,
r.i.ilnl nf S.UI M.iti. I'nl , who wa
,,?,. ii-il nt lli" Kiiii'KtTlnM'kiT mi KrMay J
.ill- nimui .illi M'x. McN.iin.irn V cli.tiif-'
i, .r l'n',1 tl I'.ittereoii and Patrick
UjiI.Ii tin' sUly yt'iir-oUl v.ilel, t-li.i rK'ti
li Mc'N'iiimr.i with iho liiro'tiy of '
I . i mi iiiitiinioliilii. ic'iri-.l T'lK St n I
r .trnliys lint .M.'Nntiurii hud
i ii..- h'llitft ti'jntl or tnonil rinlil to
.,rf- with tin' trl) whirl) lil wife luiU
, ,'tiiiiil t" mak" to ('.irloUul, (ienimny,
,iii. I .unlet, 1 nuice. fur tlio heiiultt
III IllT lllltll
lli" ihii'r- luul been held yetetil,iy
itli.ii1 Kill by M.ik'iftr.iti' Mutt until t
ili.'anial or the neeo-wiry N'gnl ip"iH'
i. .in s.iii I'miii'iKfn '
I ,un n.v to know," wild Mr.
1'i'rkili" "why lit' -hould nccueo MM' of
t.'.ill!! -otm-tlilliK that hit wifo bought
tlth hT own money imtl which ehonlilpix'd
i Vv. YoiU in her own nunii, as oho had
;i ( rfeet right to tlo.
'Mr? MoN'aniar.i has boon cruelly
nVi't with all thrmiRh liy her hiihJulul,"
ri.r.titiuiHl Mr. tVikine, "and I am eoti
vmcd that hi haw taken tlile eoiin-e jut I
to emhirriivt her. Mre McNiitn.irn and
I h.uo been friend for twenty-live years j
.inl I cam" Kant with her. inteiulini; to
jM'oi'ipany her to Knropo lxv..aut.e I ,
i,.'!i.ne -hu need inn. No, 1 am not a.
ii'ir-o. "r a palrl companion. I am her '
V.rr- IVrkiii" t beiiiR detained in the j
Vert Nile court prioli, penditiK a ilpler- J
minatinn o) tne compiaim iipiint ner.
.she liul not wc Mm. McNainara yesterday,
l ilt eh received f-everul Iite-MKCH of i.yni
rvhy from her. There iih'iurw wero
ddiviTcd by Mrt. MoN'aniara'n nurte.
Vlr.- F'frkinn mid ehe hud been led to
Mi eve that Mrs. McNaiiiara and her two
rin-, .Iovh1u and .1 nl In. were dill
ioppitic at the Knickerbocker, but it i
wn ih't'lared at the iiotel last night that
die ( alifornian woman and her children
had not been there nino the three follow i
IMt.'llern oi her party were taken into
Mre. McN'amara it iho daughter of
tiiiii'iv Dricoll. a wealthy miniim man.
' ii,,il inherited a fortune from her fatnr
...iil motner, Mr. I'.tHiiih kiIiI "Mm
i 'ominK into an estate loft her bv
l".iw Vr Mary llollaud, who died
i.i-t year '
Mr MeN'amara inarri'tl her huband
-m.ii...'!i yeurt. iiro. She hatl all th" 1
munie. She Mt him up in thu ilrMu
li'iMti.-'. neral tim". 'Iheyiiad iroiihl'i 1
ie r moiiev matters, however, and m.'U
y..ari ao mere wan a divorce. An intr
ui'il'oiy tlecree was mrdhcI, lull before.
." lime arrivetl for the court to make
l ".a I. tbqre was a reconciliation n the
ri'. It of thu pleading of their daughter i
( id vs. then a cirl of in
i lie i'liil'1 brouuhD the mother nr.'" .
d'her ttiKethcr and the proc.liru!H
wh) annulled. Mr ami Mr.s. McNamaru
in to live tocetli'T aciin for the ake i
1 of tlitir little one, hut trouble again oc-
nirri-i over money mutter. ami .mi.
.McVitnnru linally advertwd in tin; i
npi'r that nho unuldn'l be reronible.
any longer for deble contracted by her
hu-bdiid. .Sho aHketl mo in lier dilemma
to rume to lier and I ucd to go irom my
hwie in Km Francisco to her home every
morniac I would ;ay all day and gb
hum" at nizlit
Mr McN'amara found fault with our
Irieiid-hii), but Mrs. McN'amara needed
fi.e and I Aomi by her. When her Mister,
Mrs Holland, died eleven mouths ago.
V mud" a dying request tliat I look
uiut ner lister, ana i promitit ner tnat
1 noiild I have kept my word.
"In .lune Mm Mc.S'tiinarii decided tliat
.h would take an automobile trip to
in.' Stale of Washington and nsk"d mo
tu ;o with her. W left San Francisco
openly and Mrs. McN'amara said good
liy to her hiiithatid, Tliero was ttctliliiK
Tet about Iter plans.
'n went to Portland and there Mrs.
McN'amara made up her mind to go to
larlsbdd. !he pernonally shipped the
.nitoinohile to N'ew York. Then we went
lCi. to I'aliforuia. She visitel.the office
"I tier attorney. T. J. I'rowley, in Oakland,
ivh.'n' lie got ci'rtain powers of attorney
ili.it lie neerletl to get money. There
no tunning away and everything
" o en and aboveboard.
'r McN'amara used her own money.
Nie inherited it all. N'ono of it wuh her
liunband's She in aii invalid and b
li"V(J that a trip abroad would do her
Hood Why her husband Hhould try to
ir.dke further trouble for her, under the
' ircimtance is beyond my compro-l.eii-ion."
Il) three members of Mr. Margaret
I AlcNamara's travelling partv wero
li'-M ye-terday by Magistrate llutts in
th urxvill.. oourt lending tho arrival
of fininil papers. Mrs, i'erkins wan
't;' o the Weht. .MHn intirl. mil in West
v Ki'iy tlnrd street, nnd l'atterson and
"i.iii wen. dutaineti in tlie ioruviue
K Henry Itosenberg, a lawyer of 81
Int. row, whom Mrs. McNamaru has
I'Cigi'd to look out for her intereW.
; lontended that the police had no authority
ra mi.hc 'lie arrests on a nieru telegrnpnlo
rw i,.- dnianded an iinmediato
Magistrate Hittts declined to go into
in ev.-uuui.itiou and said it was only
rjn'" P allow a reasonable time for tho
''ll'll'.'e to lie lirnwi'lltwl. II.. iliil tint
k it would hi. right, he said, to flout
'ii .:n'e i (.aliiornia by disrnissing tho
TlD neetiw.,1 C ,cing fugitives. ,f-
-whw hiving I i given that indict-
'netit nr-it- on the wuy from San Kran
rH t, .Mugintrati! lemaiidi-d th"
hri (iihtm wuiioiit, bail.
I dwyi r Ko-enberg later went before
'u-ii ! (liegench in the Supreme Court
a I jipphi'il lor writs of habeas corpus,
"hi h wile imide returnable beforo
"lti .. ihsf.'holl to-tnoriow.
Mr., IVrUltm Iliiiiiliiiited Wlfr
mill Will I'limreiile.
I'livMisro, .Inly Nicholas J,
'I Niauiia the San Mateo lianker, and hjs
'grin. ii. v ear -old ilatighler filadys, will
, ,lr Monday for N'ew York to bring
Mi Margaret McN'amara, the wife and
"''In I back lo her hotiie. 'I hey also
B 1 ring back the two McNam.ira buys
h Vimara will take "tr.tdil Imi papers
fi'l a -pis'jtil ollicer vvith him lb- prom
'" - ' prosecute the charges of grand
'" against the members of the
Mr' it .J luriher in take other rriniliial
ipji i ngs against Mrs. i'eil.iiis, com.
I" i Mrs McNamara
1U' VlcS'amara is an invalid, "paid the
" ' she linn been for a long true,
"' ive she ha acted und r the
''I' "if ill. I'erlihis When my wile
"' " n .hum 'JI In tho mitniiiiiUlc,
' ( t)M boys and accompanied
h ' ' 0 W Hill" t'l' V Weill t'l l'lll
land, aiuljon the way lack otopped ut
Klamalh Kills and Shasbi.
"Throughout the tilp Mrs. McN'amara
was so helpless the two men had tocarry
her to and from her room, and at all
times Mrs. Perkins attended to her affairs, .
even to making out checks, which Mr,
McNamara signed while ho weak her (
signature was hardly legible.
"Tliere is sufficient evidence to nhow '
that .Mrs. Perkins completely dominated .
Mrs. McN'amara. As ii side trip, when
they loft Nan Matisi they motored to '
Han Jot where they had dinner. The
bill was Jo.. The bill of the Iiotel in Port- '
land for four days vvus l7n. Since the
dearture of Mrs. McN'amara numerous
heavy drafts have come to the bank,
all made out hv Mrs, Perkins."
tlladys McN'amara says die received i
ii letter from her mother whihj ut school
in Itrusscls in which her mothtr threat I
ened todl-iiiliiTit her if she should return
lo California this summer. flladvs
thought, it u joke and wrote two letters
to her mother, registering both and ask-1
ing tor tlie return cards. I he return
cards were signed with the name of her
mother, but not in her mother's hand
AS TROOPS REACH MINE
Vet Virginia Uuimlsineii Ar
rive at Mneklow and (Jnickly
FOR LOSS OF HIS WIFE
Providence Man Accuses Amos
P. Palmer, Who Has Keen
ASKS .tOOO DAMAGES
Defendant, Who Shot. Spouse in
111!).). Is Fntler Itcstrainl
Novel l.eu'iil Points.
t'lMRLKKTON', V. Va July 27. Oov.
Wllllain 13. (Ilasscock Issued u procta
luatton to-night ilcclarlng martial law
In the plain Cnek district.
CltAlit.KSTox, W Vn , .luly 27. - Whole
sale urrests of striking and rioting miner
took place at Mucklow to-day Immediately
after tho arrival of a battalion of State
guaidstiicti summoned from the iiut
tidiivrecampat Mount (ip'tua, Pa. Squads
of troops scattered through the town and
the neighlioriiig country and gathered in
twenty-two of the men who are said to
have taken pan in the battle lctwccu tho
miners and liaklwiii detectives. The men
ill-rested made no resistance They were
placed in a railroad car that, has Ueu
converted Into a guard house mid to-night
are guarded by h strong force of troops.
When the troops urrived on n svcial
train over the Cheeapeake and Oho road
then) was no hostile, (lemonstration on the
IKirt of the miners or their friends. In
stead tho guardsmen wetw given royal
welcome, the crowd clapping its hands
and giving other manifestations; of pleas
ure. "There never would have lceii any
trouble at all." said one blue shirted giant
of a miner, "if it hud not been for them
sneaks of mine guards. They have been
looking for trouble anil they got it." The
miners stated that they had no light with
the soldiers and would give them no
The battalion of guardsmen numbe-s
13.1 men and lit teen officers, with Maior
James 1 Pratt commanding. Tne gu irds
men are from the mountain mining towns
of the State and if there is any bu-i light
ing will give u good account of them
selves, 'Iliere are fifteen otllcers with
the troops and a hospital detachment
On tho arrival of the troops a! P.iltit
Creek Junction tnis morning a squiiil
to lert in cnargu or tlie station and tie
remainder were taken to Mucl.low.
Muiers from the north side of the Kanawha
Hiver paused through Handtey tni
morning, but as yet th ollicer of tne
troops do not know where tney were
heading. There were several hundred
in the party and they are ull armed witu
rillee. The rendezvous of tuc miners
ha been at Holly tlorge. two miles from
Mucklow. where the troops are camped
It is believed the same arty mad tl o
attack on Mucklow yesterday
Telephone and telegraph communica
tions have been roojK.iied with 'MilckkAv,
the lines having lieen repaired by line
men under guard of troop.-.
Pmovidkncij. It. 1., July 27. -Amos I.
Palmer, who Is nomlnully confined at
llutler Hospital, is defendant In a suit
for Ivs.ono brought by Dnnlel J. -Mahler
of Kat Ptovidence for alienation or tho
affections of Mrs. Nora T. Mohlr, wife
of the plaintiff.'
The circumstances surrounding tho
suit are of such u peculiar character
that not only unitpio questions r fact
but uUmi intricate questions of law aro
likclv to arise during the prellminniy
proceedings and the trial.
Daniel .1. Mahler Is u mannractuier
of massage cream nnd cosmetics on I'aw
tucket avenue in Fust Providence,
Anion I). Palmer shol hia wife, Addlo
M. Palmer, at their homo In Kdgovvood
on the night of February 12. tsna, and
after a sensational trial n jury in the
Common Pleas Division of tho Supreme
Court returned n verdict on June ID, 1S0W,
of "Not guilty by reason of insanity of
him, the said Amos D. Palmer.''
The Justice certified to the Governor
that it was the opinion of the court that
It would be dangerous to the public safety
to allow Palmer lo go ut large, whereupon
he was remanded to llutler Hospital
iiKin the Governor's order, as provided by
Mrs, Nora T. Mnhler. wife or tho plain
tiff In the alletiHton suit, is about 20. Hor
name before marriage was Nora T.
Murphy. She is a nieco of the chief of
iwlice of N'orwich, Conn. Mrs. Mahler's
father is dead, but her mot Iter lives at
Mr. and Mrs. Mahler were married
June 23. 1907. For some years previous
to the marriage Mr. Mahler was employed
as a barber at one of tho hotels in this
He liecamc acquainted with Amos V.
Palmer and tho two wero on terms of
After his marriage Mr. Mahler fre
quently met hi friend Palmer, who is
allowed by the Butler Hospital authori
ties practically unrestrained freedom dur
higtheday, and invited him to his home in
East. Providence. Palmer thus met Mrs.
Mahler and the two became very friendly.
She was accustomed to attend entertain
ments in company with her husband and
Mr. Palmer, unci their acquaintance fre
quently saw the three together at the
Palmer had considerable property at
the tini" of his" commlttmtriit to Butler
Hospital, his estate li'.ig estimated in
value from $230.0ll to Mw.oixi. Tho In
dusttial Trust Company was made trus
tee of this estate and out of the income
Palmer's e.nes were paid and a gener
ous allowance cume into his possession,
which he waat hbertyto use an he saw tit.
It will if alleged in the declaration
to l tiled in the alienation suit in the
Sii'rior Court that Palmer won Mrs.
Mahler's atl'ei lions awuy from her hus
band by the lavish use of money in her
That he purchased expensive hats and
clothing for her and that he expended'
monoy u(on ner in otner ways win ts set
forth when the pnrs in the caoe are filed
'Iho wilt was served uon Palmer by
a deputy sheriff Ht Duller Hospital In the
preBenceof oneof thoofticlals of tho insti
tution, The Industrial TrURt Company
also was made a party to the suit.
In suits for ulietiatiun of affection writs
of arrest aro frequently served titwn Iho
defendants. In this cane, however, the
writ is n, writ of summons. Tho nuestlon
arose iu tho mind of Mr. Mahler's attor
ney whether the Sheriff could arrest a
tnan already in the custody of the State
and ho u writ of summons was issued in
stead of a writ of arrest.
Mrs. Mahler left her homo and husband,
it is claimed, on February 9 of this year
and has not returned. Mr. Mahler en
deavored, it is said, to have her come back
to him even after kIio had gene, but sho
refused to do so, it is claimed. He will
allege in the suit that she went away from
his home through thu suggestion und ad
vice of Palmer.
Among the legal questions involved In
the alienation suit against Palmer is the
right to sue u man adjudged legally in
sane. Gen. Charles A. Kilson was counsel
for Palmer throughout his trial on the
cnarge oi muruer, ami otiring nis stinsis.
quent attempts to obtain his release from
llutler Hopital It is understood u de
fence will be set up from Iho outset tliat
a person adjudged legally Insane cannot
be sued and is not name for damages
iu an action of this kind. On thu other
' hand, counsel for Mr. Mahler will contend
1 that the courts of other States have held
I that minors or insune persons aro liable
. in tort actions,
Two attempts have been made to f-ecure
Palmer's release slnco he was committed
to llutler Hospital bv order of tho Gov-
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t-iliui oi iiie nuut;. luu iiiuici rccem 01
these efforts was denied by a decision
of tho Supreme Court rendered December
ONE KILLED, ONE MAY DIE.
f'nr Tear llnll From llrldae anil
t'nll Into .Mrrntn.
Hoosick Falls, N. Y July 27.- An
I automobile arty consisting of Brownell
Bates and his wife of North Adams and
Andrew H. Whipple of Boston, returning
from Albany after n duy's trip, mot with
a tragm accident early to-day.
Bates mistook the guard rail o:i the
left side of Mammy Shaw's bridge near
Hoosick for the mil on tho right side
and the machine tore off tho rail und fell
into the bed of Shingle Hollow stream,
Whipple was thrown twenty feet from
the tonncau and landed on his head,
breaking his neck.
Bates was caught under the upturned
machine. His injuries are gashes on the
head and body. Mrs. Bates was asleep
at the time and was so seriously injured
that she did not regain consciousness
until daybreak, when she pulNl her
husband from the wreckage and after
dragging him to the bank of the stream
again lost consciousness.
'Iho accident was not discovered until
six hours afterward, when Robert Stevens,
a rarmcr rrom Potter Mill, tlrtvnng to work
heard groans from the ravine,
I The express train from North Adams
I wn.s Hugged at Hoosick and Mr. and Mr.
Bates were taken to North Adams Hosuital,
where it is said Bates cannot recover.
I AUTO KILLS CHICAGO CHILD.
1 .Motor Car Driven tr Secretary of
Academy of Science.
CHtcAno, July 27. Samuel Soil. S
years old. of 208j North Roliey street,
was killed by an automobile near his
Tl I. . ., I ... . 1
I in.? iiitti-iiiue ws ovmh'u unii unven oy
lYof. W. Atwood, secretary of the Chi-
I cngu Academy of Sciences, in Lincoln
Park. He told the polite ho was going
at modorato speed. He said ho saw the
child crossing tho street and threw on the
lirakes. at tlw same time turning the car
into tho curb.
Atwood was taken into custody pend
ing action by the Coroner's jury.
Thais good. Smith 1 1 won't come in today I'll call you tomorrow.'
Commuting By Telephone'
THAT is the way a friend characterizes a plan
followed la& year by a number of New York
business men and which is being followed by
more business men this year.
Formerly, during the summer season, the business mm commuted
by train from his country home to his office at lead five times a
week. It was thought necessary to do so in order to be sure every
thing was well at the office. Today, however, a business that is
properly sy&emized can be supervised by telephone almost as effi
ciently as in person; and the busy man can enjoy his summer vacation,
can get the be& out of country life, and yet not negledt his affairs
in town. He "commutes by telephone" several days each week.
"Commuting by telephone" means that in less than
half an hour you can reach the office, hear the reports
of yesterday's business, read the mail and lay out the
work for the day. The reift of the day can be devoted
to recreation and pleasure.
All partt of vacation land, th moan
taint, and the staahor, are within easy
"commuting dittance" by Bell Telephone,
NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY
-DINE IN OUR COOL AND POPULAR PRICE RESTAURANT, EIGHTH FLOOR
SIXTH AVE- I9vmi
SIXTH AVE- l9TO 20 STREET.
In New York's Shopping Center
Furniture Sale Opens
At 8:30 To-Morrow Morning, with
the Best and Largest Stocks We
Have Ever Assembled!
Prices Below Those of Any Competitor, as We Have Proven Throuftli Our
Preliminary Week. $50,000 Worth of Furniture at Half Price.
$50,000 Worth at a Third Less. Other Great Specials.
CIMPSON CRAWFORD'S August Furniture Sale opens at 8:30 to-morrow morning. During
f the last week we have been showing sample values, so you might compare them with every store
in Ncw York. Six months' work pnd careful p'&nning are behind tliir, event. nirniiurr Depart., rinh vinor
To-morrow tlie great Sale will be ready in its entirety. The whole furniture flocr is ctowdctl with every kind of
furniture ut sp-cinl prices. Every piece of it is furniture that we can b-ck up with our guarantee. V.wty comparison of
price Ii made with our regular il.iy In and day out prices. This is h More with h reputation.
The reductions are bona fide. The savings are only possible became we arc able to buy
furniture n train-load at a time, and secure the co-opcrtrtion of ni.nuifuctuicr". rll over the roiintry lor this cmt-in-six-months
Regarding Furniture Deliveries
The main object of this enormous ?alc is to dispose
of nnd deliver these Roods as fast as possible. For those
who are building or who in the near future will require
a Irrge amount of furniture we are prepared to hold
same until Sept. 20th. but cannot exceed that date.
Single pieces and small articles we wish to deliver
Notice to Charge Customers--Par-chases
made to-morrow or on the next two
days will be charged on bills rendered
Our Furniture Club
WE REQUIRE MO t7.UU I'RE
Membenhip in our lurnitiiri' Club will enable
to furnish your home, romr-lcti. 01 in purl, on the
defrtrerf pojwnt 'V1 j-!an fov Irs th.-n ra..h prr'i
elsewhere No matter vh.i' ou m-a! U. furnish .vour
hornr, we Ciii arrtitiy cmivrn;r:i pnvinent';. Writ' or
consult the Bureau of Acoiuits en 'In- Keccnd Floor,
v.hiih will be pinned to 'V'l dc'.ot'r.
Notice to Charge Customers - Pur
chases made to-morrow or on the next two
days will be charged on bills rendered
$56.00 Complete $OC
Consisting of a
$20.00 All Brass Bed
$12.00 Cotton Mattress
$20.00 Box Spring
$?.00 Pr. Feather Pillows
Complete for $25
Ann will nay tnourfK ir.a iris r.inniii ! i''n " oul.l ! tnjr II we
hvl ronvlileml profit lint .e aro .clinic ir,l imiuII jt ihl ml-uiou- price lo His
tirs'. customers -uiid ilK-ie ore mil a . cuius enrli
Worth $2.25-1,000 of Them
This rocker tlioutd
brltif l.orjo early cut-'
Inmprit lo ouf store
thry are made of
V-lnch .selected ma
lr slnclt In cither
llfht or crccn finlh.
tit ctra salcsnynl
will to ready to
Beautiful Circassian Walnut
Dresser or Chiffonier,
Has Never Been Equa'led
'Also Blrd's-eyr Maple, Mahogany
and' Quartered Oak,
rcurli nf rserrbmly It I' ! lite-
most rcnf.il.ablc aluc that mi hair
con In many ndiy Vo'i will hcic cause
tor iccrrl itml (In mil be." now
The lover uf rnlenl.il lUii.llure irlll hliCffign JytJIiUj m
not tc illppoiiileU M- 're plfafd
that wc liaxe been ebie In lirhc '"lU ITJZtt,,nfL3Ei
l.amlsonie il-c.. r .mi! ctill.'milef In the VCTSziHifcIE 1
$20.00 Sea Island
One-third of your
life Is fprnt Iu bed.
mi hy not look in
Mlli1 comfort: These
tiiattri'sxs aie ab
not to lump or flat
ten, made of layer
of pure Sea Island
fell In the very best
fancy hair tlcUnc. french Imperial edee that will not break down.
40.00 Brass Bed,
A wonder i T.ou
It has I-lech post
wllh ihc new flat
vases, three rrtm
rod!, ten 1'-lncli
fillers wllh tho new
rod end?. All lln-Ishef.
-ONE DAY SPECIAL!-
'3 Folding Table, '1.00
1,000 of Them and No More
We ruarantrc them tobe stroni enough to hold four men. Can be easily folded and placed
nut of the way. Tan be used for a bridge table, sewing table, servln: table, or Is haudy for
3 our office. Krtncmber this pi Ice Is for one day, and only S1.00
This Eitfht-Piece Dining Room Outfit
Then' are nr.'iiy yolinR couplow who ask tl
to hhow thtm what xort of u fiiiit thoy can buy
for tl'io.ixi. With th'H in view we hive a very
ploasant Kiirpre for you Th'w suit cons'Mtn
of olio lluffot tint iisimlly sollii for Jin. with
liandHomi' cirvo.l s.tnnrlHr,lH ; nsolld qunrtere.l
oiUs tiiblf, worth $35: five quartered oak Kldo
Chalro, with Renulno Icutlicr nllp heats, an, I
onu Arm Chair, Complete for
Seat; like cut
when ou buy
this large full
slc all quartered
oak B e ii u I n e
leather slip seat
tllnlne chair for
M.iil: don't hesi
tate, hut come,
ii ml sco It for
One Day Special!-
$25.00 Birdseyc $
$35.00 $1Q QS
All Quartered Oak
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