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THE RUN, SUNDAY. MAY It, 1913.
1 13 III Hp i 0;H SAYS HER a;, "v;tisuntrue::.;S;: i-i ii-cr l'l 111 II 'IV ilmii-l.i.-. ilDti wlii-thcr I1I3 rotatloiin with ltlir xliniplii In nnxwer in .1 an. tinn put I of tli uotiD-n h.ul liorn illi-ciil. iirmwrrctl by ntif of the Snniit'r'i. I 1111 fmnhntlo "No." t "At no time line my rctntlnns w.th limn liitiT lie mIiI William I, 1 Mciit.-fiov. (.I'ltnni Imiiriip.T," nhi' sud. iii'.immici rr (nik iDiitii v. , "W did not on upv t'lr - inn- I...IH1. . calli-d him up 11 ml (old him of iliiiuv' 1 with nut iil.ui'- t.Miihrr ,il .inyj wtilrli w.'ti" Im'Iiik Intnl.' ti k.i lltr-t liltu inur ill liny rn'im. , II.- mid lm hull iiilviwd wild MVonn.-tl, "How 'Mil It h.ipp'-n Hint ymi fUrnoil tifit'S imil nlso witli liin wifo ti nit li.nl been ' ,nl o'Hil.i vlt .' iiUnl St nutnr 1'iti. .,,. I ....itiM-llt-tl ( K.i nil. ml Tirth III.- vli- 1 1 ""'t niiKinMi. -111.1 tno .mvt'ii';itiMii. width I l.,.r 1 11,,..., ! "Miiiiiti, "nl thr urn-nt. rammed n-1 lm w..ri. t'trt'iil.it iiil. tl... !,.,... ,.r ' 'l'li"t of M -. Il.ivl.s. A ti.il.irv P-iMIr 1-Vltlt!l.rotr l,lll1to.ll..t.. I M.-im.-il- l.tlH. l IK-UtlOXS I.-.l.-.l it . - J H.inU (rilni.i, lirutlic'r of tlm l.ti-iiiiMi- .,, ,, . . ... ,....,.,,. Iiint-diivi-m.ir, I r.iiiU I,. .Ini'iibf-on aid M 11 l.l I .V.M I l 1 ;lrij. , (HM...I1-. .orr,.l,r.it.-il Mi '. ''I'hm'i fllllll o llN tllilV."l!.lt oil .liiinmiy IT, is ami Pi when tli. mil I ivil. Is Tlllll. Iiifttllll'llt i 1 lio li.nl oiiiii (o f'hi.'jii-ti wllh two .WnlMntl I, till 'I linm.i-, ....li.tilt.tt-i.l, .i,l V...... I,. III. ln,ln WANT FRAWLEY BILLS I W.l hi' ittnili" I... npil I'lllili. toll! thr flllldaVlt would Hut pilhtli', t n Inlil 11 w t 1 ctilv to kllcnrr, 1 1'Hnrn." I "Mow miIi nr.. n'Uni'ii?" iiMmd f-ni- tor i:tt!rim. "Wliv. IViUM opti,liii.l Mint M'Mnr.i miu!iI prnlialily Minuiioii liim lu-furf (ho lc enmmlcfinti ninl n 1 t:i .-It litm n hr 1 I1111I otir'tlirr ultti He w.iiiti-d the utrid.ivli 10 liolil it ovit ii'll.irn t ro- . fiiMi'd t. .Hisn nnothrr ntlld.i vlt. Fred Mortimer, an attorney In Spi'lnitllrltl, , mlvlM'il mi- not u. II" Mild linvl' inlirht n..l lr ,ihi, to lii'i-p II a toori.. I PrCd'tll'llt .Mmll' I'lllll'l' (ioVIM'IKir Ilnirln'i. Sn.vs Ono Itond' Hculor. :l" ti by Mauilo Al- riiii;Hnlil,Hiiil cli.irp'il hnirf to nto tlu vor! 1 wrt nihitni-wltm linil 1.' i.iii!'nil(. 11 cumuli aoiii.iii and 11 dinner 1 1111 Tin, cotiimitt.v ii.ty witli urmii at 1 Inn tin1 ii.itn.'-. and nor.-, witli 'itli.'i-. In I timt-M In. ii haul to I - ii.'i'u.i.r Mii-i Mnudi. Ilolnnson lind htayod with liirm at tlio lloti'l fln-r nun. The urtlilavlt, a.M Indicated l.y tin' tr.stl- ni'Un. I'h.irKrH that on tin- nltjhi of .Inn. I.ul -(!ov Rirrntt 1 lurv 17 ,,H' 5"",U! '''""""t-'i-vi mot. i Kimnl (Iiih ultT- vv'"' Thi'inaM Vii'di'iibiirp, a null to do .1- .s,..it,. roniinltt. .. ' imnlK-rman of Sprinuilrnl. .M:. Itoiun inu.'li of tho to-ti- H(m aml t,,1"ll'"r '"'' 11 I'll.""'-!! Hi,- ulKlit ,11 1 in i-iicniian nmii, rcKiurini; iin tnln murrird. Tin' name of tin) oth.T moiiiii, wn liiuiiKlil Into thr ti Htlniiiny by .Mr. !ol- ItiHon to-day Shu trKtltlul that kIio iuh1 Mr IlllhiH. h id .MinilMiin, Wi- , lull nhi' l,d not tnrthor lilmlfy liuf. I 'I'hi, n.itn.. if ..,,,it..l llivi. It.,,..rl Lira'- TMiml ron- ,t,.nl.'r ami nn tnli.r of th.' Ill 111 of l.iw,, .a ,iiim-n.',i ny in.. i;i,.u A. f Snrnutlolil, urn. ni.:i- tiun.'d lv .Mit'. Ho.iIIikoii. Silo I.w.ltli'd thai it wax ll.ivix uho liuln. d .in to p'.k'm tht iiitldavlt ,ii;aliiit (Ul.ira. Ml ltolilns in Max .ucolllpan.ed to the cmimllti'.' loom li M. lll.ilr Coan, In N.Unator for thr coiiwiiitli ". who mi. Itno.Ntmator for th. ..'Mara whii.- ..nv Iroin Spunu'l.'lil and 1 InvrMiyntor. SI11 .! fworn mid enld to recall at an fin jo went at i ,ms. 10 Alt. was u ilrriw.:nnl r. iivhik wlin her 1 lionn I) nvlon- i mothi'i- In SprltiKil.'lil. Sh. caid that 'i.. I ami llat rv (illilion-., tli t met I.l.-ut - iov . I i.irn on a !." .1I1.1I. ami ViedeiiluirKh im unil Anon tiain n roiiie 1.. i'lu 10 tin. ( ollei'o Inn for r.iRn from Sprlnulltid, on Jununiy IT. NO WAl.li ST. SVNPIOATM SiiltT TliinK Stinic One Who Owned .S-i0.IMJ0.U0n l Ki'i'lcd liiriiit'iicc. iny iiicli j..Midlcatr. 1 thrlr vnliic, Htnntur Irawlry, nfterTArn I m CDAMrT A C Hifttfi bondi, In o fnrnn tho chief bond SVimtnr Omdj died, Intro Incvd n MM , 1X111 rtl ti OuttHUD HO ilealirH are awiire, have hecti selling In for the. same, purpose. miall lot, even flnce the l-'rnwlc-y bills Cm the Unit day of the (.rs.-lon, .tnnn-1 nftl TflD PD AM UCDIDlfT)' . Hwd Hir Intereot rate. Sales have been nry 3, tOTJ, Senator C'.nidy Introdiifed rULlOw UinD Ollull iyay 11 inl at a tonarl iidvnnee over the twin bills uhlcli are. IhtiB yuninuirlred 1 previous! nun kid, hut now- Hint the (Jo -1 "15. Amending certlon "21 of tho , ernor deolari'R Mint repealers will Hiirely tax law by providing that Stuto bonds' go through the Legislature at the com shall lie- exempt from State transfer! lug pecl,il session the rains have fallen lux. provided that no niif.li exemption off nnd the market ha relap-ed some . shull exceed I per cent of Mm par valu-' whnl. of hucIi bonds." . , I One bond i'.-iler thotmht that there It reaehed a third readln. but didn't weio proper enoimh reasons why tho R further. The second hum; , 'ravtey laws uunht to be retroactive. 1 Amendltm fieetloiiH 1ST, 1SV, 1" Then; was a preiedent for that In the mi'l 1 "t I""' t- ! by liiere.mlni; 1 epre.ntntlvetv ot th'i Nev ireent in v. law, as iimenikd In Go. from 1 to m per cent, the annual run- Vorli poller force In plain rlother ami ltimhoVs tiuif.. lAemptlons were made cnlou tax on insiirunco corporations, elht women iind tlv men who w,ivf) in taxes on State :i per rent bonds, and tr"sl eomp.inic.i ami KavltiK.s Kinks and to ..oiiversc with tlielf deal anc"-rn and Dclrrfivi' Kiiooki.'!! Down novolviT.N Are Dra'.vn Tliroc Arrested. Alfred K. Smith, SpenkT ot the As- "I have known t),i s for three years, senib'.y, has iliunued ti mind nhoiW t siened the nfililnvlt In the lirenence what Immieiifd to the renen'i is of Hit! I'rawley bond lntrret lawe since he nf Pnsei. iHs p.irtner." "I low did D11 vis Itnnw von Ind been In i.'hli.v.'o w'th M.irreti ii'Mnrn?" asH-d Sell'ltor I'llleson. "I think It ifot out through Oene Kt Meeon." n spotiiled the w'tne "it wa 'nllied til., nit In wiloons i;eier.illy by a bunch of t- imil er." Aslti'd If li.t. '-i p.lld h"' for sI'.'n'.HT the iiIIIiIh It. Mri i!"'. nnn replied em. phe'leal'v that he did not. "Old Hai n.K von if o'tr eondoct w'lh (I'llarn wn JmpriUHr'" slie wtis asked. "II" il'il no'." in, I'm r. .'v. "lie did not mention that tib'.'et to me" M-s. l..b'ncn t.ild thr cmni'Mee lie won't! remain lr f'h'.au'o. K"'.',e( 'he cfn'nlt.ee inrt'eatftl that he wo i'. '.. 'ib(eeted to further qoot 'otpi.c .tt M"iv).iv ROCKLAND JHEN EXTEP.TALX. v .-re Mamie tfibinon . mail whom he deelined ' ,- l.e -.lid h was not ,.i'i" diid did not wii.li to i.-r. In. nnid they went i .f. nml he and (!ibbo:i- ' about II o'clock Ho to ilie l're- Chili, -aw any of tho jirty ' all the lieM tiny. . i iti, he Mid, ho went Thomns Virili'iiooi u. a w,',l to d. lum- , brrm.m of Spnnytleld. wai with hi I, .-It." I said, and on llieir ariival they Weill l" I tiie Motel l.u Salle, ivhete they m. i T.nu Cilbhons and Mrs. Imbiisch. "We remained tf.ether until about j mldiiiKlit, when we went to the t..utitis ' Cafe," Mild Mrs. Kobln.-on. "V. H'pa ' rated at about l o'clock and Unit- l.'.e'l- tt'ii.int-O.n erii'.r O'H.ita and Mr. (!ll. , brlis utiod nlislit, and tiieii Mrs. ImloiKcli aiu! I went to the Shetuian Hoii-i- "Mrs. lmbiikfli and I weie Juln.-d al- niuxt lmmedl.'il"ly at Ihr :iiun to Rive Vreden- I Kini-e b leut.-Oox . iVIlaia and Mr. ti,. J. tit t th .if . , . a. 1 I'.-ul theatre which he Liter, he Mid. h" id ate a saiulwu h : 1 I-.-I 111 at the theatre ' ' hat lieneit.-d, s t. f the party and thoo lo. s h.. w with any of n.-ked Hie tlat iiuei- ,-. ,1,. in-h UV u.-nt from the h..t..l r, l.v. t lobbv to tin. C'oloKtle Cafe, the cafe of the holei. ' Wi- were reWtered as two married couples. 1 l-t'.ieN., out 1 mil not pn-d. tlvi-. We were iiM-ii;ne(l to three nm-i. .Ml', .M3 and M4 Mr.-.. Imbusch le 'maln.d thcr. three .iiy.s." T ie woman leaned forward, hrr eve f'otiut) Vi't-tfnre Soelel. Ilntil rirat Itlooer nf lli.lel lnr. The ItoeklHiid Countv S l. ty held tti. tlrst atinmil dinner nt ilie Hotel A;or lut evenlni:. It wnn orKantZ'd lnt I'c m l.er for the promotion nf Hie teneral wfl fure of P., Mm. I eoutitv r.-'Men"' flier n-ent-Hve members att.nded. l-ltiil'nir Hubert Hlalr. W. Watson Arehn. Ir!ns Ilrown. John S lull, fi 11 I!u, hai.an. I'liarb". 1 'ami'lnll. II. A t'enklln i.-org." It CVnnolb, Martin I) '-cill. I. I'. Ilium, .1. V lii.lnaii, .1 1!. Punlop. Joint i: I'.w- Kowler, U'tl-on 1". l'ot. e. I Wilt Motive, P I'owl.r I, ike. lr iliorrn A. I..lfii-. I' I n'D, II, Jom II H ue and II V Wt Sr fi 11. mail. l. 1. !:. W."d, ire!dcii; of ''it- aolt'v .ludie T in ni .(ti.l fume:' 1 'onmilsf ! mr I'lilMn Tern kire. n ,tt -artive i'- .' .'ijm. f . al 1 nd in""m 'tit 11"' v - . r is 1 ' 1 Clla '1 .V W II ... talked with flaw Snl..T. Tl"n he sa'd he wns'sure they hud pisMtl the Aseii 1 blv and fo wire ready for the (iovern. oi's siitnntute: th only trout,;.- wis the bll's cou'dll't he fo illd. List n'.'Jhl lie told Tin: Si n he messed thry h uln't pi s-ed after all. Mr Smith iv nt a los ;., Umiuv wh.-re they w..t the Id a 111 Albany that i , loj had s'nt word to the G wernor rvico 'on the liu-t ilay of the sfhiii.ii thai the b.lls hud iMHeeil. In bis sir. ennui ttj the public on the I'rawley hll' C..v. I Suber said li hid been ns'ir, J I'm: j I lie rrpeahrs had i;one throueb ihe 1 F.-mlily, Tho Cioveinor neerihrles is jujrc that Smith nmw'ered hti mi'..i'- of Itmulrj. sending word that the bills I were alriadv throuK1! lh" A-. mlly Smith was of that ml'id when he reached Albany on the Tuesday mornlnp after the olo'lns of the s ss on in answer to a te'cprani from the C.overnot- lie held it until he was Mire the bH'x weren't to be found and then he chanKed his mind. In Wall Street they were wondering yesterday who owned the ( :!n UilO.000 of State t pT cent'.., win- li the liov ' ernor b-Iiev.--. Mipplied the m.t.e for eMftlm; Inlliiem-.- with the l.eis.uture As Mr. Sulxer heard Hie stor t bond hniise or a bond j-ndl'a;e h.i l owneil State bondn which it couldn't u, rid of under present matket 1 ond.tVti-. and mi wanted Hie I.e i. nun to rcun the revenue front t'n m -11I1 - h '.. Lei; is '.at lire d.d in the l'rawh bil'.- tnqjlry amonK tin Inn 1 huts- - , era iv .-h I that n . - r r -pre- 1 ' ".v.. litJ d( 1I1 s d In t I n hi ol credits were so nnamri .1 that ihn .1 n. r providing that such roiporntloiiH shall cents, hecimo fours, In common with the l"iv" I'ndlted to them an amount, equal new Issue-, it was pointed out, bow- 1 ''cr cent, of tho par value of ever, that the ntimbir of Stale bonds Stl,t0 "ntl" ned by them beurlm? hen outslnndlni; wvre .small os com- In'eiest at tho rate nf not exceeding pired with the present. 1 3 W t'ui"'. mic-half of 1 per cent. And then It wus clear that the Stnbi "", l'"i" of '"" l,riirlnK Interest at ought to tnml by the hold, rs of Statn "", 'X',"l''1l" 4 l'c'" "nt-" bond 1. If new bonds were to piv four TI,P "'" 'wirned third reading and and a half, why not the ,.'d ones too? ,,l,'n SUM" ,nl" r"'d storage In coin No doubt widow h and orphmii had In- itct-. Hut Senator I'rawley took up vestid their savings In Btato. Jl.Oftil '' rl ufl,'r ffimtor (Irady's bends and the.v ought to he mi a foot- '''''"I' "" lhruary 3. On March 19. Ing with the Insurance companies and ,nl-' '"' Introduced a bill which W thus the savings Links which, no doubt, would Mimmnrlzed: .aptiir.. moMi of the new on"', tt might "1108. Amending Section IPO of the be Hun tin. I'"rnwev bllli were In llm tax law telatlvo to tho franchise tax interest of widows and orphans. "Who mi insurance nnd trust companies and could tell" cavliiM banks holding State bonds by snt down In it circle In the Kick parloi at 4S West Twenty-scoml street yen letilay aftrruooti. Mrs. Helen Mtsire. a widow, and her daughter. N'lobe. only IT were In tin c-titte to exhort Hie splrlti. Just 11 (lie. "ghosts" went beginning to tnnkr tliemnilvoji heard fiom the dim sur roundings I)et..-ctlo .N'earv coughed. At that signal Uot.ctlxc tllggln sprang from Ids seat and giabbcd for Mrs. Moore, ono of the spectators, re seating this action, Interforrd to such an extent that Hlgglns was quickly Vprawllng on the tloor. The other rep refentatlves of the law then Unshed re vo.vris. iind for a tnoiii'in pande monium reigned. tr Moore and her daughler wer A casual gl.irco nt Hie l gl.slatlve provlillng Hint the corporntioti shall h 1 ori'ested on charges of obtaining money I'ecoi.l for I t :-ai- show.-, that S,"i- credited toward the payment of Hi" tax ' under talse pi.-lences. .tocpli Vega, n ator Thoimi, r. (Irady Introduced tw-i an amount equal to 1 Vs ier cent, of ' Spaniard and the mitt who Interfered T- mrik'ng an nrl.thfnl niirt.-t f .r the par wilue of such bonds bearing In- . with li.-tectlve liigg'iis, was lockfd up Stale bonds and Incidentally increasing terest al not exceeding :t percent. J charged with ifMitlng an offia r. .iSii- BHkl hshuh 1 ACTS!! VFivxZZu-ri m mr a TrnTn rm i- Te NAME llJlttju, fi'r- almost uniKerl wnr f ' m S3i 'lit tit- . ..." . ill fl '..W. : 4 V. li ft li-' In common justice to a Dnblic beina coiutantlv AtctlvAk- in Ar.Vo.t. , telees,tve state the factsthat follow, that some mayhap may be saved from the curseof our times &the humiliation that comes from having been imposed upon. The IJUpjtn,, trunk was the FIRST trunk in tho world that pcr- icctiy carried ciotnes nanging. it is to-day the only one that DOES. was truly applied, because the pendent nrincinle eurmcnts was an lUm... in evcrv sense nf. at th iim ..r. almost unused word. The common law of every land accords to the originator of n term of expression a moral return, not, unfortunately, a Icfjal re dress. Therefore, the word HlfyATi is and can only be nppHcd, in honesty, to the products of the tv. Trunk Company which owns and operates the business under the many patents of the ori-inal inventor. Mr. Seymour W. Bonsall, a man of family who had trav eled much and knew the inconveniences of baggage used at the time, .some sixteen years ago. The invention, realiy in tho form of a dream, grew out of almost nothing, and the inspiration devel oped a latent bent for mechanics to the end that the inventor re tired from a banking career, nnd has given his time to one of ihe most romantic nnd successful enterprises of the WHOLE WORLD, and one which lias made itself by honorable conduct, without ad vertising and has reached its wonderful proportions purely by the good words of purchasers. Every owner of fe-. iiSi bf "WW iSla r wsSSm mm CMB 1I1 mmm mSm mm Nl mm ijr..V. P.., i A, .,"'V m is our friend and while we have no book accounts doing a ensh business all over the world, both wholesale as well as retail we do register the names and addresses of our patrons, and they have the same treatment in our stores in London, Paris, Chicago, Philadel phia, New York, aathey will have, shortly in Berlin, Vienna and St. Petersburg. Elements sold from our stores have the iMlTrtTu trademark plate. Those sold through other mediums may be marked "Made by the Innovation Trunk Company." They are exactly the same, nnd just as good. The grades are numbered I, 3 and 5, but in our own stores we find a number 6 in great demand, so we supply it. The general public has been educated, by unscrupulous imi tators and illegal infringers, to the belief that Jt"YATt Wardrobe Trunks, cct much, and we feel it due to the purchasing people and their friends, who have really made our wonderful business, to tell them the facts, and to send this message as far as the printed word will carry, that we sell trunks nt $25, which should, and from our experience unquestionably will, last a lifetime. Wc f'tnl that in certain localities people iiisjst on the $-(3, ?iV. nnd $75 c i c-. 1 it we cannot be fairer in our intent than ii tell everybody that tic iiivirtor. who i I'UIiSI Dli.N'T OF OL li cr.nri.niv. will not allow hit I" r-c-n-.l friends to htiy cl c than the yradc Number One. at $'JS. If HIS tinc ot aluc cannot he respected, whose can! mi K-eat i.iiiiiisonhcr said: Tis creat to do well alone Tis more Renerous to share an honor: lis glorious when ell work together?" ict in these days 'tis hard to get people to work- losether for the rrood of even a few, unless t'.ic I . a monrtary inducement The tncccis- , i;;;1 111 t,lis ac nr creators of J UINGS, not 50 nlurh the middlemen or the r Tly ..f other's w rcs, nnd our particular prr-v-ie 10 t' r i ii incss world is to create for the con cumer direct. ..." cc: o o 3 1-4 - . u 2-J c a m u m u i: c ? v c s 'O " - H o O " e O. u --3 u. - Id 9- U J . mm ii ' S...:JI Ti i-i .l t .l ,. -.----.- K.,wwrT:?vvi..i Porit'il'J lttri2kfiSii ........ ...waw ouiu ivukii u.udi ihcuiuiiis inuy uc iiuirKeci iviaae mwiftmv.i'tai p ol r i s .-i v..-utj's s??m flfessffl isSii mi&sM Wifr-im PiPBl mr"lM vI$sshxHll m-zi mm Tzmim mml fi'tJtjfA " invirior. who n rivlial DliM Oh (ILK ennpanv. will not allow hit l3fV2EVjai ----'1 ihhqvat1qb iNGEHuintt imcdrp mmm h f ri mm Everybody's Going to THE BIG STORE ft. m Our 10th H'fC Green Trading Stamp Anniversary Btg'ns Its Second Succensful Week Tomorrow Exceptional Baraainn Ihroughout Our Two Immennc Buildinjs 'MAM BUILDING .1 Our Cut Flower Special Bunches of Sweet Peas Freshly picked; pink, ihite and lavender, largs dcutl! bur.chei, Tomorrow, at 9c iMnln rioor MAIN ntilldlne GREENHUT BUILDING- Refrigerators uer pnee Wt-Cover, Apartment House and Side- Jeer Styles. Absolutely the Newest Designs al Prices Y'ou Cannot Match Anywhere the Furthermore, when you buy a refrief;raior at The Big Store, you are safeguarded, for our sunrantec accompanies every purchase, and it matters not howli'ttle you spend. The details of a few of tomorrow's specials is printed here: l.irt-rowr Kefrlueratori. -39 inches hicli; ice capacity about 40 lbs.; while ennl lincd provision $( fTA chamber; at UtV f9.50 hifl-Ccner ltcfrineratorH 43 inches htph; ice capacity about bO Ibi. at. . .. Apartmont-Hotise Hefrigera tur.s with ice chamber door in front; 50 inches hi1' ; ice capacity about SI A liO lbs; at 1U provision chamber; at Apartmcnt-Hou-ic Kcfriuerator.s SO inches hiijh; uW'e enamel-lined pnnision chamher; ice capac- i"t "I iiv ahnui tiO lbs --- Apartment-House Itefrigcrntors -aOlnches $t f FA hl;h; ice capacity about 70 Ibr. ; hi . LUUl Apartment-lloui-e Itcfrijeralors 52 Inches hifih; capacity about 95 lbs.; white enamei-ltnea $j o Side-Icer Refrigerators 42 inches hifih: while enamel lined provision chamber; large hnltom door; ice ri. pacity aboui 70 lbs.; Side-Irer Refrigerators 44 inches high; white enamel- lined provision chs-r. i- capacity about f 85 lb?.; at 17.0 r L- f ilia .OHr.r.MHT liulldln . Xtiln Fo-r GREENHUT BUILDING- Oil Paintings At Sacrifice Prices Siie of Cnnva Sale Price tixl2 incite;- ttix20 inches !'" 12v24 inches 5.9-i 12x18 inches 10.00 1224 inches 12.0W 16x24 inches 14-"" 20x30 inches 20.00 The 912-inch painting arc in deep pilt and Ruld-burnished frames, handsomely ornament- ft QC ed. value $4: at. XmUU The I620- and the I2x24-inch paintinjs are framed in extra handsome ?old-burnished frames, with clear-cut ornaments; fullv burnished; value $12; Ag The I2xl8-in:h paintinc are in artistic frames, fitted with glass and shadow box; every SI A painting imported; al Xvf OnnCMIl'T llullillr.. I'lrl flour 1 The I2x24-inc.'i pa.utiiiK are choice collection a! can vases; value $20; at The I6x24-inch paintings are a'so very choice; value $24; $ at 12 a'so 14 The 20x30-ineh paintings are verv handsome; value $35; only !QA 16, tomorrow, al... GREENHUT BUILDING- Summer Furniture For Cottage, Bungalow or City Apartment In addition to the special offerings itemized below, we ask you to hear in mind that Whire Flse in New York. Price for Price, Can You Do Better Than in Our Grechhut Build hS ihen' r comes o nu rnR-ToRCH AND LIVING-ROOM FURNITURE in all the latest finishes and designs; REED SUITES in natural, baronial brown old iv "y. white enameU Pullman R.een. French Kray and variegated green; CRhX FNITURE RUSTIC and OLD HICKORY FURNITURE, red. green and natural finishes; PORCH CHAIKS, StTlfcbS and ROCKERS, SvX'lNGS, TABLES, etc. A Few of the Many Specials For Tomorrow S c r v i c cable . S u li s I anllal Porch Rockers as illustrated; made in the nat ural finish, with double woven cane seats; no mail or C. O. D. orders filled ; to- S!orro:v,65c $1 Uracu-Arm '."ane-Sent Chairs- iit able for dining rooms or bed- QHp rooms; at OVl $4 Golden Oak WashstandH with one drawer and case; special SO Oft splasher back; ut . . JdU S7.50 Pureed Oak Rockers -sprinc "rat covtrcu in npaiiisn icaiuci- i .... w ette; at S4 Urge Roll Kd(,u R.'ed Rocker very comfortable; ftnihed in natural color; if rjg 7 White Enamel fledstead and OutHt consisting of white enamel bedstead in sinRle size, ujth woven wire steel frimi sprints and good soil-top Sff Of? mattress; complete Jitr $7.50 Golden Oak FlniHhed In tension Tables 40x28-inch tops when closed: 5-ft. ex tension; suitable for 94 QC cottages; at tUU $8.7S (Jolden Oak JJreMsern top 20x36 inches; three drawers; good sized French plate mirror; "eat design; well made and iC 7K finished; at U. 1 1 $0 Golden Oak Chiffonier -with neatly carved gallery on t gQ lOltnEXHUT nulMIH .Scona and Ihlrd Floo . Please ftcc orr lart'e advertisements in today'8 WORLD, tody's AMERICAN, and today's I lease ftcc "J (Ic(aIs of raany othcr lmportant ealcs for tomorrow ThcBigtorc GBEErMTT-S A ntv in Itself EL COOPER C. I.B.OREENHPTtPrea. 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