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Cabal to Oust Gen. Joffre- Exposed Do
Germans Face Napoleon's Fate? Foreign The Theatres Books-Queries Chess vat THIRD section EIGHT PAGES m lu NEW YORK, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1915. Copyright, IBIS, by the Bun Printing and PubHhln9 AeeociaUon. Caillaux, France's Evil Genius, Plots Downfall of Gen. Joffre Discredited Radical Leader and Emile Combes, an Unfrocked Priest, De tected in Cabal to Control Army, Disgrace Nation's Military Idol and Replace Him With Gen. Sarrail J tirooki.y n AivicirnF.MK'Tfl. i BROOKLYN jMBVIBIHMnWWtfc I tiRoojrjjnvKKj i JiiiiJJii millllBIIIIIIIIIJIillllillllLlUHlllllllHIIHKilVirll'ii.l 11 UitFiiiii Mr .-a: aijuum5nill ff 4 Store Opens I at 9 A. M. Close. I at 5 P.M. Daily. Mj Saturday at Noon. I I i ll- BY SUBWAY 25 Minute from 96th Street, 22 Minutes from 72d Street, 17 Minute from Grand Central, 9 Minute, from Brooklyn Bridge to A. AS. Subway Entrance, HOYT STREET. Store Opens at 9 A. M. Closet at 5 P. M. Daily. Saturday at Noon. or DriUNO the past throe weeks Krunce has lieen called upon to Ivear umonn hor other bur dens that of a mom discredit able political crisis Little of It has been heard abroad, owlni to the severity Of the censors; and It Is owing to the restrictions lmiosel by the latter on the (lulllc props that the French peo ple at large have been kept In igno rance of the conspiracy to drive Alex andre Mllternnd out of the Cabinet. In which he holds the office of Min ister of War, und to deprive the Generalissimo. Joseph Joffre. of his I Supreme eonUMnd of the armies of I France. The plot- for It Is difficult to.sttK-, tnatize it by any other name -has from be n orranlzed and engineered by Jo seph t'.iillaux. who in spite of all Emile Combes. Above Gen. Sarrail. corporation of Joseph Caillaux. Ito l ialmlng himself as opposed to every thing In the nature of militarism, he insisted on the reduction of compul sory service In the army and navy three to two years, reduced to the vanishing point all credits neces sary for the building of w.rships that has passed continues to exer- and for the manufacture or every son due an enormous amount of political of war material ami thro igh his influence and who Is In the worst sense of the word the evil genius of France He owes his power, which at present la of an occult character, to two things: The first Is his dom ination and real leadership of the Radical party, with lta large presen tation In the Chamber of Deputies. The other Is his possession of tho knowledge of awkward secrets In the lives of a number of public men in Frame, secrets with which he man aged to acquaint himself by access to the archives and dossiers of tho 6urete Generale and of the Prefecture de l'ollce when In otllce as Premier. end of which he has ever since been j making the most unscrupulous use tor blackmail and terrorism. In any other country the scandals With which rntllnux has been Identi fied In the past years would have been Sufficient not only to drive him for ever out of public life and to relegate him to ignominious oblivion but even to land him In Jail as Just as much Suilty of Instigation to murder as Charles Becker, who was electrocuted the other day at Sing Sing. But in France no one yet has been found bold enough to give him his deserts, lave perhaps gallant old (ion. Joffre. who in the early stages of the war began by placing him under arrest for Infractions of discipline and for insubordination while in uniform aa an army paymaster und then threat ened to court-martial him. and pos sibly have him shot, for Intrigues with the enemy-- fate from which he as only saved by the Government hurriedly relieving him of his commis sion in the army and by sending him post-haste out of the .country h. South America on the fallacious pretext of a secret mission. It is perfectly true that falllaux, since his return from Bruill, has avoided the limelight. He him re trained from occupying his seat In the Chamber of Deputies and has Ven resign d bis presidency of tho Minister of War, the Ignoble (.en. Andre, endeavored to drive out of the army every officer who ermltled his wife and children to attend divine services, no matter whether Catholic or Protestant. It was Andre who excited so much I- mtmm m t . . 1 I a mtuMa.. of HflTct """"" ,:, ! to know nothing service uinus ami o om ,,,. of the assistance of the political Ma sonic lodges throughout tho coun try in Investigating the private life of everv army olflcsV and of his wife t'.cnoan Government offers most ad vantageous to the latter and most I M n soldier entered int prejudicial to France for the settle mcnt of the Mdrocco controversy. It was ascertained that ho had offered to the Kaiser to surrender the French rights of preempt. on over tho Bel gian Congo and the abandonment to Germany of most of tho French Congo, as well as of French islands in the Pacific Ocean. It was further disclosed that he had endeavored to open up underhand ne gotiations with King Alfonso on the subject of Spain's rights in Morocco, negotiations of which tho French Min ister of Foreign Affairs ami the Frei.ch Amlutssador at Madrid were Women's New Fall Dresses, $12.75 & $19-98 Fashionable Street and Afternoon Frocks AN IMPORTANT SALE, inasmuch as there are to be disposed wonderfully attractive Dresses at a time when women are just beginning to make their purchases. The prices, as comparison will readily prove, are moderate. In the $19.98 Grouping A wonderful group of advance Pall model handsome, exentve looking I)rce. nliowlng the very newest lines and trimming effect. Many with touches of bead or woolen cmlvroldcry. The materials Iticlaile taffeta, satin and serge combination. Also In all seine An UKortment of atroet hnden and Mack. In the $12.75 Grouping WonderftU values nnd an unrivaled selection of new desirable Pronx Made of satin, taffeta. also satin and serge combination. In the new street shades nnd black. Second floor. Central HullClng. Men's Tan Leather Rubber Soled Oxfords, $2.48 Tan Russia calf with red rubber v died and stitched soles anJ spring heeK. Third floor. Men's shop. I'm 111 l. Convicted by means of documentary evidence, Calllaux's Impeachment was demanded by the Senatorial committee of investigation But at tho last moment It was argued that an impeachment and a" the three k.iiM.i ,,!. While the party ci wd his resignation. tby declined t' appoint any successor in his piai e. (prm pran0P would never have Emile Combes, tho unfrocked priest, jfly ready for the war which I almost as sinister a figure in the j mpn(,P(j llB( B,inamer and would Si .1 life of France us his crony, , gll(Tpr(.d Ktm greater disasters J . ,,h Caillaux. True, he nas not tune j ttns number of unsavory private condala to' his record. But he M, . Rail more than nnv other man In franca with roll.Tlous Intoleranc. re e ,o nersocutloK. directed Sn ) against the Itoman Catholics but against religions of every de r.'tn inatlon. For If he oon Baca tad the property of the Unman Catholic Chiir. nnd of lis religious orders, ex- Beib-.. the latter from the country nd children for tho purpose of nscer-, ,(,lti(,n:1 disclosures that would tol tn'.ning whether or not they we e con nected with any church. By the dis honorable methods he employed in this connection Gen. Andre made him self so impossible nnd involved him self In such universal execration that after his face had been publicly slnpped on several occasions he had to be Jettisoned by Premier Combes In order to save the Cabinet from ship wreck. F.ver since then the Radical party has been committed to ontl-militarlsm. and to tWO years Instead of three years compulsory service In the army. If some four or five years ago the Combes-Calllaux Radical party were worsted In this matter and the coun try was definitely committed to the three year term, it was because Rus sia threatened to break off her al with France unless the three yi ar term was enforced, on the ground The general that with soldiers Of merely two years training the French army would, In j Muscovite eyes, be useless as an ally from a military point of view In the event of war. Tho entire French na tion took nlnrm at this, and it was popular sentiment that cnrrled the day against the antl-niilltarlsts. land ing Raymond Polncare In otllce aa Premier, an office which he held until elevated throe years ago to tho Presidency. this advent to Cabinet, corn years service Had It not been for power of the Poltionrc mitted to the low would LnfltCl Incalculable damage to the credit and prestige of France abroad and would render future rela tions und Intercourse with foreign I Governments extremely difficult. Sol further proeeodings against Caillaux were abandoned on the plea that he hail been more or loss unbalanced for r some time previously, since no man In his senses could have acted as he 1 had done while in office with regard to Spain. Belgium and particularly Germany. This did not prevent Callliux from1 taking bis place In the Chamber of Deputies, as head of the Kudicul Socialist group, and having led the unsuccessful opposition to Polnoare'a election to the Presidency, he set to work to render by every means In his power the position of M. nnd Mine. Polncare at the Klysee Impossible. elections of eighteen I months ago, which had the result Of returning to Parliament a dele Ration f Radicals more numerous than that of any other party, landed CaillaUS again In office. But he at once found himself the object of a MVagS campaign on the part Of po litical adversaries and of the press, which charged him with having mis used his power as Minister of Finance anil as Premier to protect and save the notorious swindler Henri Ho Ohette, wio had defrauded thrifty farmers and peasants and small shop keepers to tho tune of some thirty millions of dollars or more, the man been escaping all punishment. ami j not I'om- have than Instead of exciting the un admlratlon of the ontlrp world, even of hor Teuton the superb showing of her under the supreme command Joffre. is so well known suffice to recall In the In 1870, hounded civilized foes, by armies Of gallant old Gen Calllaux'H record that It will briefest fashion a few of the most unpleasant features thereof. He ob tained the Premiership in till by a ,.r i i I irlu ...i .11.: i.. Ml ll - inn r o i'h. ii. j - With a orutallty and a cruelty wormy ( trwl(,hpry lt th(, oxp(.,1HP f the then o: the Reign of Terror, he also ex- ., . Minister Mollis. But he was forced nut of office a year later us the u i the hostility of both proteatanie Snd lews by seeking to prevent their chrdren from receiving, either at V 0 I; n Ve- th. a'1 n or 1. In the faiths. at home, instruction of their respective he endeavored by i hi bis power, during his many of office as Premier, to have nth of France brought up to mhos also remains on record as ,K contributed more man any oio- result of Senatorial Investigation which brought to light tho fact that while Foreign Minister OfUPPl and his successor. M. tie Selves, were engaged every ! ( earrvlng on official negotiations through Jules ('million, the Fren. '.i Ambassador in Berlin. Caillaux was conducting secret negotiations behind their backs with a powerful syndi cate of German financiers, with whom he had long been In business rela- In to Impair the military and naval Hons and through whom, ror tne pur irfenesi of France, a course of ac-lpoae of promoting Ins own business UQ la winch he enjoyed the hearty I laureate and theirs, he made to the Just as the campaign against Cail laux was being brought to a climax tils wife murdered Gaston Calinette. the editor of the Fi(oro. which had taken the leading part In the attacks upon him. She was shown at her subsequent trial to have killed Cal inette In the most cold blooded man ner ut the Instigation of her hus band. Vet although he had been obliged to resign office immediately after the assassination, he was able, by the means which I have Indicated aihive. to terrorize the authorities to such an extent that in the face of the most damning evidence his wife was acquitted, while no proceedings were Instituted against him as tin ac cessory or Instigator of tho crime, The legislative investigation Into Ills relations with the swindler Rochetto likewise resulted In nothing beyond creating a popular conviction that he was guilty Of everything of which he bad been accused In the matter, as fall as of other financial scandals. (in the outbreak of the war he man aged, by dint of the Interest which he was still able to exercise, to secure a position ai one of the Paymastera aeneral, But he was rebellious to all military dlaulpUne, and apparently for- gotfu! of his sorry experiences In con nection With the Morocco and Congo Controversy in 1S1I, involved himself once more in underhand negotiations with his Germnn friends, with a view to the conclusion of a soiirate peace with tho Kaiser, leaving Great Britain aril Russia In tho lurch. This wus at about the time of tho extremely injudicious move of the neat of the Government from Darts to Bordeaux, for which he was largely responsible. If Gen. Joffre had had his wav he would have had Oaillatrx coiira-niartialod and shot for having relations with the enemv without the knowledge or approval of his superior officers. But his friends In the present Cabinet. In cluding Premier Vivlani, a member of the Radical parly. Intervened to save hlin from the fate which Yv so richly deserved, bv restoring him to civil life ami by hastily sending him out of tho country to lira.. I. While there his principal secretary, factotum and alter ego. a man of the mime of DeSClSUX, who thnmgh his Influence had lieen appointed to a paymasters Hp of the army, was de tected in tho act of embezzlement and of particularly cruel frauds. Ar rested and lodged In Jail. Des.-laux appealed f"r help to Calllaua and in- fi lined the latter that unless ho came to his rescue he would make a clean breast of the things be knew. Caillaux nnd his wife hastened back to France, and after having had his ears Isixid at Uobon by a Portu guese noble fond of Franco Caillaux hud alrendv had l is eye blacked In a restaurant nt Rouen by an Knglish officer some time before his departure for Brazil he arrived In l"nris in time to save Deeolaus from capital punishment. In fact, he was able to wield sufficient influence to get him off with a ridiculously Inadequate sen tence of two years Imprisonment; not j before, however, he hail Iwen sub- , Jected to the terrible Ignominy of ! public military degradation by ordt rs of Gen. Joffre. Naturally Calllaua ha turned ail his guns and venom upon Joffre. who has become the object of his most In mnu resentment. That he still re tains an extraordinary amount of. power over tho radic al majority in thni Chamber of Deputies and of InflUSnOS upon the radicals comprised in the Ctablnet, where fortunately they are in tin- minority, Is shown by the move which he has engineered to subject the military operations of Joffre and of the generals under his command to tho control aid direction f IhS Na tional Legislature. It has been olslmed In the Chamber that all sorts of alleged mistakes of a millmry nature, such .is, ror instance, the retreat of the Maine, would have been averted If Parliament hail been allowed to maintain i fuller and more complete control oer the commander In the field ami over their operations. Mlllsrandi the Minister of War, who very sensibly opposed al. 1'irllamen tary Interference with Joffre. wrv charged with being a bungler and with being responsible for the short age of munitions, while the Genernl isslmo htfflself was denounced for his delay In driving the enemy from their Intrsnchmsnta and from off French and Belgian soil After ihe most acrimonious debates n compromise has been finally ar ranged, according to the terms of Which Parliament Is to have the right of appointing certain of its members to act as civilian delegates at mili tary headquarters, to consult with the generals and to obtain from them In formation for communication to the Chambers, That, however, Joffre and his most trusted generals will permit any re establlshmeiit of the system of 1793. when Revolutionary commissioners of the Legislature, such as St. Just, I.a sare. Cariiot, Ac,, were vested with powers to harry the generals at the front, to bring them to book and to control them, need not for one moment be believed. Sor would the people of France dream of tolerating any Inter ference with Joffre, who enjoys their Misses' New Fall Sport and Tourist Suits At $18.98, $20.98 and $27-98 OUR MISSES' AND GIRLS' SHOP is showing styles for Fall wear that are absolutely new models that will be in vogue and worn by smart dressers. These Suits are made of velour, tweeds and checks. Smart belted models showing the new high draped collar. Misses' Practical Men's Wear Serge Suits, $13.98, $14.98 and $16.50 SultA made of axTKD with yoko bhrU ilontrl: otln-r with flan Mn btlttd, Misses' Dressy Suits, $16.98, $20.98, $22.98, $24.98 to $32.98 t large collection of tailored Suits In hmadrloth nnd gabardine showing all of the new lengths of eoatsi snail cotters; some In the Russian effects, others with Hare sides Stuart boi coats, sslrts In all the new Ideas. Misses' New Fall Afte-noon Dresses, $8.98, $12.98 to $24.98 A large ftfort mcnt of T)rrHe.. (n amiart ivw modfll In rvrry mnrrixaMc now idea hnwn thtl vt;nn from Ionic -tr.-ilirht Prlnman line to a Ktillntrotr mottN f M-nrr nVh an ownlrp of llk. lOttChOal if cmhroihr ; smart coa; effCCtl and a ni bfnatlon of plain and plaid Mlkft. nltii 14, Hi and is yearn. Misses' Sport Skirts, $3.98, $4.98 and $5.50 Made In check and corduroy. Misses' Tweed Top Coats, $7.98, $15.98 and $16.50 Costs made in smart belted models Girls' Serge Dresses, $2.98 Dress made of a combination of serge and plaid or contrasting striped material. Second flimr. Central Tluildlnc. Men's Blue Sere Suits, $8.95 THL SPRING I9l(i SERGE FAB RICS show marked advances in prices. The dye lltuatlotl is tlje explanation that is gi' en. The present offering marks the close of our most successful Serio season in many years and furnishes a positive oppor tunity to the prudent man Pure worsted scree, last color blue, the linings of serne or alpaca. Tailored for lervice, AM fOgUlSf lltea from ,14 to 42; some for stout men as well Palm Beach Coats and Trousers, $5.75. Krom XmiTif.i ftfflNltlMt RdPTtallatfl In th'-ir proctuctlirn 'x ihr ma9onN lowntl prt v f.r niprihandliif tif this type. Rttjf one for nit v:.r and ivr nmiu . econd Flm. MWn hop, K.W ntdff. Womcn'sNcwAutumnTailorcdSuitsn.TS Several Models-Complete Size Range TIME HAS COME NOW when you simply cannot ignore the necessity of beginning to prepare your Fall wardrobe. This sale offers you an exceptional opportunity to buy the very latest fashions in Suits at smaller prices than you will pay when the season is in full swing. The newest shades of brown, blue, green; also black and navy. Jackets are the smart new 36lnch lengths, with straight fronts, buttoning with high military collars; velvet trimmed. The Skirts are the new aide pleated or yoke style. Bsennd floor central HulMlns, Women's Fall Skirts, $4.95 and $5.95 SUITABLE FOR SPORT and afternoon wear. All the latest Autumn materials are featured, Including black and navy poplin, men's wear serge, novelty tweeds, velour checks and corduroy. The new plaited, tailored and three-gore sfvle, with mannish and slit pockets, is shown. Some model from SS to 3(1 inch waltlaiid others from SS to Ms inch bands lengths, SS to 43 Inches, Second BoOTi t'elllral flultdln. A General Clearance Sale of Good Ham mocks at Great Reductions SALE PRICLS are 28 per cent, to .VI 1-3 per cent, less than usual prices. Only one of a kind in many tvlcs. They are all high grade Hammocks and all tin- most popular styles. The lot consisti ol woven and Couch Hammocks. Lawn Swings, $3.98 & Upward Tennis Rackets at a Remarl; ably Low Piic- $1.69 Ea. We have ut received a belated shlnntenl of nigh grado Itnckets, Some of them Ki n mad ' to retail for as high n S:t mi Thai come in di'Vri'tit mode' and tie lot I i clsas) one You may have your pli k of I Item for B ,g Fourth nnar went llulldlng. $5.00 Smart Trimmed Hats, $2.95 AND A WONDERFUL demonstration of the values we offer. Four hundred trimmed Hats in the new Fall styles, msny of them copies of high-priced Hats of fine velvets and satins. Large Sailors and roll brims. Poke Bonnets, jsunty little Turbsns, smsrt Tricornes and Toques, all trimmed in the vogue of the hour wings, flowers, imitation paradise, fancy pins and ornaments, jetted and beaded effects, etc., etc. Every Hat a dis tinctive style and lust the Hat for early Fall wear. Advance Sale of $?.00 School Hats at 98c. For children and mlse. Krady-to-wear felt Bats, Sailors, roll brim and musbroom tle. A Great Sale of Untrimmed Hats for Early Fall $2.00 and $3.00 Black Velvet and Satin Hats, 79c About 1 200 Hutu In thW lot thi flintr tirk of a lart milmT johlwT. A hunt fifttvn dtltv-t nt st1e Liirno and medium, ttoft crown, floppy lnm. Blocked itylet :tll well-mad jeoiH. prrftvt in everyway. tQ DteWk And eolnm Milliner will do well to a ntlripntr their until - at i nil miff The nwrt trimmlnp. flowers, fancy feather Jetted efTivts. fanry i n. htn kle. ornam'-nt. 1 1" Strrert ami Mt-f rtniiie llmor. Kftsf Bulldlltfi Men's Bathing Suits, $1.98 Reduced From $2.48, $2.98 and $3.48. THIS is THE TIME to buy u Bathing Suit, lue hathiny soaeon ll i.ot over by any means and next year you will have a comparatively nea Suit. Urn'. Worsted Rathlng Mutt all marked down fur quick ipnHl, There are 12,10 Sod. in the to', some In all ies ll to ll. tint n ii .ill style in each ilso. Some heather inlsturva in tlie lot. Men's Fancy Shirts, 59c. Made from sofl finished percales, vast assortment of miiie design In the best rolorliig The) are made wnli ifi ruffs ruler, arr marantivd, Hhlrtsars accurate in every detail Klse n 1 . to is The Great Midsummer Furniture Sale Continues to Offer Values Unmatched Anywhere Women's Silk Gloves, 35c THIS IS REALLY a great opportunity for women who wish a pair of good Gloves. Two clasp, double finger tipped, white silk GIOVOS with narrow em broidery. Women's $1.50 and $2.00 Silk Gloves, 98c. Embroidered Gloves thst have sold here in great numbers at the regular prices and are selling elsewhere at those prices. Products of the best makers the best styles. hue with black or colored embroidery. Street floor. Court. West Iliilldln THE HISTORY of this sale has been one Continuous story of betterment stitrtini; late in July, the remarkable character of the offerings has been curried by word of mouth, and hundreds of Furniture seekers have Hocked here to share in the wonderful smim;... The last weeks of the Sale will offer values just as remarkable as the Hrst, and if your home needs an additional piece or two of Eurniture NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. $42.50 Library Suite, $34.50 Turned onk. mission desi'-n; narks and sprim eat om reil with brown Spanish leather !Vt ocnisUtfl 1 of;;, Arm "hair and Horker. Embroidered Crepe Kimonos, 85c SMART waistline model of plain crepe, effectively embroid ered in dainty design back and front, finished with hemstitched revcrs. Collar and cuffs. Elastic at wrist. $2.00 Da nty Brocaded Kimonos, $1.48 Silk and cotton brocaded Kimonos, with elastic al waist; neck snd sleeves finished with two dsinty pleated net ruffles. Meavanlne floor. Ontral Hull, linn Parlor Rocker, $12.34 Adam design, a'inaed effect, eutie seal sod hack, antique mahogany UnUh. Arm t'hulr to match fit. St. t flA.OO, Uktislly ft:. mi t in. usually S'M.mi. At n no. imially sto.un. At f.ts.no, usiiully S4j.uo. At Ml. SO, usually sno.nil. At SHU.OO, usiiall) 17.1.00. Library Tables addon oak, t InirifW oak Mnhofan) llnl.-h. I mldiM. oak. Mahogan v. Mahogany. Bookcases At I mi. Al 'ii. mi. At S.1S.00, At aiA.no, At 111. ne. At St.: i. usually uiiiislly Usually usually usually usually tta.tt. M.I en SAA.OII. ','im. ;.-,. on. IMA. 00. Oolden oak. (inldco oak. Mahogany. I ioldeii oak. tlolden oak Kurlj English, Chiffoniers At IA.70. UMiall) IS. AO. i ill 1 'i. usuall) I'M. 00. At 111. 7.1. usually Mf.OS. At III. is, usuall) IIh.o. it f r. 'ii. usuall) Its. on. Al ItO.aa, usuall) ' on. fjntdee oak While enamel Mahogany llnlsh and tuna. Oolden oak and walnut. Mahogany finish. W hite enamel. Bureaus At SO. SO, u.tiallv lll.ee. At III. 10, ii i, ills His. mi. At III.7A, Usually SIT. Oil. At llf.fe, n n om si. tin. At lio.oo, usually ill.ee. tlolden tint I .ohe il o il. M.ilio-.'.iii ftnlHtl and Itltia M ih-if co iUiIkIi and sratnut. Maple .Hid lurch. Buffets Dressing Tables !. ol Itressln I .1,1. SIS.7A. 110.00 Dressing Tattle, IIA.00. mi Itresslns Tahle, II 7. AO. Iin.ee Drrsslns Table, IT0.no. SAO.oo Dresslns Tahle, Stl.so. aiU.OI llrrsslna Tahle, LIS. as. .n. en Urexlna Tahle. ISA.oa. (Irav etiutnel Walnul N'ahoKall) finish ('ircassiau walnut, t'lrcnstlan wslmit. Mahogani Bnlah. Mahogan) At 1 11 lie A I l??.00. At lAO.tlll, At iiA.im, At ilf.ee, At 110.00, At II. 7A. At lto.no. At I'M. 00. At l.'iA.no, A I III). 00, usuall) I 'o.oo. i . il Ifii nn usuall) Itl.ie, i ll- 'i nak usuall) aia.SS, M In utatn tlnisll. Usually fA.I.ee. M ci . llnlsh. usually sii.'i.nii. i . .,M, n o ik Usually I7.y.il0. l China Closets usually O'l.OO. Itsll lllt '11,011. uusliy in no. utuajl) lll.sa. utuall) Me.se, 'id' i k Id 'll oik. hh n uuk. Extension Tables At It. on. usually fl .'.on. tlolden oak, I ! Inch t in, S ft, extension. At itS.es, usually I'M.OU. t. olden oak, Is Inch top, ti ft extension ai iaa.ee, enaally iSS,ee oolden i inch i i r extension At iSI.eSi Usually IIO.IIO. (luldetl uuk, Is inch lop, s ft cxicn.iou. Al iio.iio. o-ii ,u, iST.M. Mahogni HtiUh, IM inch ton a n ext nsion At Ml.ee, n o .ii, i;o.oo. Mtthugan) Inch lop, 0 rt s tension Cuitwd ea t ith i'uy: .0 , Ol I 'tr. f lift ni Hi r -a) i.m i slB A'.iU ni rt; .Osl IgAl qs- i.f..