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r 12 W I STRIKING PRESSMEN 1 FAIL TO GET HELP j j Teamsters' and Chauffeurs' j Union Turns Down Tlca for j Sympathy Walkout. WESTEBN CITIES BUSY 1 , ; Chicago and Cincinnati Agents i Hero to Encourogo Threats I ) to Move. j. I Members of the printing trades unions ' which have been suspended by their , International orsanliatlon because of the strlko which they called In the J plant of the Publishers rrlntlw? Com- pany admitted yesterday that efforts to f enlist outside labor organizations in 1 their cause have met with failure. A. delegation of the strikers visited the 'office of tho district council of the ! Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs . and Helpers at 781 Eighth avenue and j asked that tho members of that organ- Izatlon stop tho delivery of paper to the Publishers Printing Company at ! 207 West Twenty-fifth street. The nmwer they received made it plain that the organisation did not Intend to nld I them. Officers of the teamsters, chauf feurs and helpers' union, which is , affiliated with the American Federation of Labor, took the stand that as the striking pressmen have been repudiated i by their own International organization ' because of having broken their contracts they had no standing on wlilch to ask ald- . At tho offices of the Publlaliers Print ing Company it was stated that condl- . tlons had greatly Improved since the first few days of tho strike. Although J the TAterarv Digest of the past week " irn rill tn thlrtv-tWO DaECS. It Was stated thit this week's Issue will con tain eighty pages. The main trouble of last week was tho Inability to get a '. sufficient quantity of paper owing to j the walkout of the handlers, but it was stated yesterday that this difficulty had ' been overcome. The new International i unions organized to replace tho ortoj y which havo broken their contracts nro supplying the company with men. Mem bers of the outlawed unions aro per , mltted to regain their good standing by Joining these new unions. Plnh Test Strike Wednesday. It was learned yesterday that what will to all Intents and purposes , be a test strike bv members of Franklin Union No. 23 and Paper Handlers Union Po. 1 has been planned for Wednesday, when I all of the men favoring a general walk out on October 1 will be called upon to . oult work for tho day and attend a meeting to formulato plans of action. This move is calculated to show how many of the union members are with James J. Bagley, president of Franklin Union, In his refusal to comply with tho rules of the International organization which favors arbitration. Whatever may come of the matter local employing printers declare the de mands of the unions are so excessive as to mako It impossible for them to meet them. In this attitude they havo t,he full support. 01 me dook anu penuuicai Vubllshers othls city. t Among local employers the sentiment In favor of moving the plants to West ern cities is rapidly gaining ground and Is being encouraged by advertisements and by agents of Western firms who aro In this city. In ono local printing establishment It was stated yesterday that tho amount to be saved In zone rates alono would compensate many concerns for the move. ' It was pointed out that the population ' centre is Illinois and that Chicago and Cincinnati are looked upon with a great deal of favor for this reason. These, It was said, are but small items which tend to add to the competi tive disadvantage of the New York concerns and which are causing the local houses to look carefully over the ground. Scott to Spenlc To-day. It is expected that when members of "Big Six," the typographical union, meet this afternoon at Saengerbund Hall, In Brooklyn, for the purpose of considering 11 the stand which they arc to take on October 1 they will bo addressed by Marsden G. Scott, president of the In ternational Typosraphlcal Union. SO": Scott already has expressed himself In favor of arbitration, and has gone on record with the statement that an' local organization1 declaring a strlko without consent of the International would be disciplined by that organization. In this attitude he Is supported by the general Uws of the organization, which provide that the executive council of the Inter national must disavow any strike callcc" without its sanction. Attention to this section was called yesterday by William H. Moore, a mem ber of "Big Six" and ex-secretary of the Publishers-Printers Conciliation Board. Mr. Moore declared that had tho -mem bership been properly advised us to the status when their mandate for a 44 hour week was Issued they would not have adopted the stand taken. This sentiment Is known to be strong In "Big Six' and Is expected to figure prominently at to-day's meeting, which will be presided over by Leon 11. House, president. Members of Mr. Rouses or ganization also have complained that the outlaw unions headed by Bagley and Bernard Nolan are trying to 'get them to carry the banner in a battle for which they have no inclination. Meanwhile the agitators who favor a total disregard of contracts and obli gations are busying themselves among the rash and headstrong element in an effort to precipitate strife. The New York Call, the Socialist dally, is devot Ing columns to their cause and the radt cals are holding a sort of continual war dance In the headquarters of their locals. DETROIT'S JOBS ALL TAKEN. Kx-SerTlc Men Are Warned Aaainst Going- to Lake City. "Don't go to Detroit 1" this Ie the ;glt of a warning Issued to oil dis charged soldiers and sailors by Col Arthur Woods, assistant to the Secre tary of War bofore his resignation yes terday. Widespread circulation has been given to a report among returned service men 'to the effect that this city Is greatly In need of men and that they can readily una jobs in the automobile Industries. As a result thousands of ex-service men have gone there, thereby taxing to the inmost Detroit's housing facilities. "Don't make for Detroit Just because tome chance acquaintance happens to tell you that there are plenty of good -Jobs there for the asking," Is (Col. woods advice. "When you get there you will in all probability be dlsap pointed In finding that Detroit Is work- lug over the problem of caring for Its own returning men." Employment figures show that of all the men applying in Detroit for em ployment 95 per cent, are from out of town, and the reports of the welfare organizations show that practically all men applying for financial help do not jivo mere, notwithstanding this bur den Detroit has responded to the oc. rasion and has succeeded in finding Jobs j.ur ui uiese men. However, tho innux ot labor during tljo past few monins nas Deen so great that nearly END INDUSTRIAL SNARL, SAYS DEPEW Thrift and Production An swer to Unrest, He Says. Chauncey M. Depew expressed serious concern over tho Industrial situation In his sixth annual address at Ilrlarcllff Lodge, Brlarcllff, N. V to tho members of AH Saints' Episcopal Churoh last night. He reviewed tho events of the twelve months from July 1, 1918, to last July 1, and asserted that it had been tho greatest year of all history. He said ho was glad to have been alive In such portentous days. Ilia apprehension for the future was chlofly over tho Indus trial unrest. "Our Industrial problem has got to bo settled by thrift and production," he said. "There has got to be some process by which labor arid capital wilt under stand each other better than ever before. The solving of this new problem will re. qulro our best and mcst careful thought 'it is the duty of every one to take part tii production to help in restoring the prosperity of the country. The worst blow that could bo struck production is the six hour day. For economy wo should mako State and national budgets and we should authorize only those ap propriations wnicn are actually neces sary. Our greatest efforts at this time should be toward steadying the nation by thrift and by applying 'ourselves ener getically to production. Thero Is danger In nny other course." BOSTON PARK FORCE INVOLVED IN STRIKE Nineteen Members Arc Dis charged for Refusing1 to Aid to Quell Biots. Boston, Sept. 20. Tho Metropolitan Park Commission to-day discharged nineteen members of Its police force who refused to assist In quelling riots during the first night of 'the strike of Boston patrolmen. The men, who we're tried two days, ago, were found guilty of dis obedience of orders and Insubordination Twenty-seven tithcr members of the metropolitan forco found not guilty of disobedience of orders but guilty of In subordination were fined thirty days' pay, with the alternative of performing thirty dayBextradujty. , Tho metropolitan officers who, under ncrmal conditions, do not perform street duty, were ordered to report with a superior officer for duty in suppressing n riot at Scolay square. A question of the propriety of ordering them on such duty was raised and "Superintendent West lined up the men and demanded to know from each whether he would go to Scolay square. Tho men who did not go claimed they understood they were thus given an opportunity to with draw from the riot detail It they wlched. Possibility of a general strike, the proposal for which Is before the Cen tral Labor Union and Is expected to be acted upon to-morrow,- still concerned Slato officials to-day. Equipment, in cluding rifles and ammunition, for 4,000 to 5,000 men, was brought here from Camp Devens and Col. Jesse F. Stevens. Adjutant-General of the State forces, sajd he expected to' have men and equipment sufficient to put 20,000 sol diers In service within a few days If necessary. Sixty-five hundred of these men are on duty. Col. Stevens said In the event of a general strike the State military forces would not attempt to operate street cars nr man electric: nlnnrn The accidental dlscharco of the rifle ot Private John Vincent of Cambridge to-day caused Private George Kneeland of Cambridge, who was performing guard duty with him in the Back Bay, to be taken to a hospital- with a bullet in the left thigh. James H. Vahey and John P. Feeney, counsel for tho striking policemen. In an open letter addressed to-day to Mayor Peters, Police Commissioner Cur tis, the Mayors committee which sought to settle the controversy before the po lice struck and former Attorney-General Herbert Parker, legal adviser of the Commissioner, requested that a "truth telling party" be held for the Informa tlon of the public. BUILDERS GET $1 AN HOUR. Chlcauo Employers Yield to Striken' Demand. Chicago, Sept 20. Demands of nine building trades for $1 an hour, presented to the employers after announcement that the SI an hour rate had been granted .to striking carpenters last night were conceded by the building, construc tion employers to-day. AVork will bo resumed Monday, after being halted since July 9. More than 100,000 workers have been Idle. WELLESLEY DEDICATES HALL. Flrn of Jfesr Group of llulldlnm Formally Opened. V elleslet, Mass.. Sept 20. The dedication of Founders' Hall, the first of the new group of academic buildings at Wellesley, erected to replace those de. stroyed by lire in 1914, marked the rpenlng of the college year to-day. Tho address was made by President Ellen Fltz Pendleton. The college registration was slightly under that of last ytar, due, officials Bald, to the adoption of new entrance regulations by which all Incoming stud ents were required to pass on examina tion. Tho total enrolment for the year was expected to bo about 1,550. Due to their balanced weight, motor effi ciency, and rugged chassis construction, federal Trucks have again and again demonstrated their ability to serve with pronounced economy under all condi tions. Our experts will gladly consult with you on your traffic problems. FEDERAL BRANCH, Inc. R. S. LOCKE, Manager 545 West 57th Street Phone Columbus 6492 DISCIPLINING OF 'AGITATORS' BEGINS Queens Clerk Active in Union Seeking Wage Increaso Up on Charges. HYLAN REPUDIATES M.E. A. Threatens Dismissal of Any Commissioner "Who "Cannot Bun His Department." The Municipal Employees Associa tion, which Is one of tho groups demand-1 ing more pay from the city, docs not enjoy tho favor of Mayor Hylan. A suggestion to the contrary so disturbed the Mayor yesterday that ho said for publication : The statement purported to have been given out by tho president of an association called the Municipal Em ployees Association that It is being formed with my approval Is absolutely false, and the resignation of any com missioner who cannot run his depart ment In the interest of the people of tho city will bo accepted by me." The association has no president, hut It has a temporary chairman, George Stansflold, who did say on Friday tn.it i although tho Mayor would not join tne organization assuranco had been re ceived that he Is "with us." Whether the Mayor had any ono commissioner In mind in Issuing his Invitation for resig nation It Is Impossible to say In the ab sence of specflcatlon by tho Mayor him self. Some persons thought he might be aiming at Bird S. Coler, Commissioner of Charities, as both Mr. Stansfleld and Samuel Prager, founders of tho Munic ipal Employees Association, nre clerks In Mr. Coler's department. Mr. Coler felt certain, however, that he was not the target. "Mr. Stansfleld," he raid, "was ono of a committee that 'called on mo some time ago to get my view of the prospec tive association. I told them to be care ful and do nothing not In accordance with tho address In which President Wil son spoke' of the organization of Fed eral employees. I told them that If they did not heed the principles enunci ated by Mr. Wilson they might get into trouble." Disciplining Benin. Thr first attempt to discipline any of the city workers who might come within the Mayor's definition of "agitators," n word ho has Ufod frequently In relation to those who are active In salary mat ters, was reporter! from Queens yestcr. day. Borough. President Connolly sus pended and preferred charges ngalnst George W. Morton, Jr., a, drafts man In the borough's topographical bureau. Morion is one of the leaders In the Union of Technical Men which is asking a $000 Increaso for each of Its members employed by the city, and which Is affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. He Is also engineer of the Laurel Hill Improvement Association, which has charged President Connolly with permit ting buildings of tho Nlchola Copper Company to project- unlawfully Into Creek street. In the formal charges. tho Borough President holds Morton re sponsible few publication of this accusa tion and lodges against tho engineer the count of Insubordination. Morton Is also charged with falling nine times to punch the tlmo clock on his return from luncheon, with having been late sixty-eight times since Jan uary 1, that he has been absent without leave threo times In the last week and that he (Violated office rules. Ho Is to appear before Francis X. Sullivan, Com missioner of Public works, to-morrow. One of the beet Informed men In the Hylan administration said yesterday that whlld the disposition was to give the patrolmen and firemen an increase Of $150 a year and to raise ealarales generally, it wan impossible to fix any amounts until the Board of Taxea and Assessments had completed Its tentative assessment of real estate. It Is from Increased assessments thai the administration hopes to get tho millions to add to the city pay roll. Con sidering the uncertainty of this prospect, 1 to 5 Tone Sale of Corsets I for Stout Women B Wo want every stout woman to I know I-ano Bryant specially designed I "stout" corsets. Therefore, we madeup a fl largo quantity during the dull season I and aro now offering them at actual H OTt3A84S.f5 to 15-95 I Sl-33 WeM 38ll( St., near ffllli Ae. the sun, Sunday, the Mayor Is averse to agitation raising hopes which cannot be realized. Sympathy Denial Late. In August, about two weeks after or ganization of tho Municipal Employees' Association was projected, public asser tion was made that the city administra tion was sympathetic. This was not denied until yesterday. Meanwhile some of the members of tho association had begun clamoring for a BO per cent, ad vance and otherwise disrupting tho sup posed conservatism of tho alliance. It Is understood that following a meeting at the Palm "Garden last Monday night, In which the extremists supplied con siderable oratory, a rebuke wns privately administered from City Hall. This Is what caused tho association, meeting again on Friday night, to adopt resolu tions praising the Mayor and the ad ministration and to lndlcato moderation in its further proceedings. J: At present the city government has little to fear from organized labor as such. The firemen and .the sweepers, drivers and hostlers of the Street Clean- ing Department are In the American Federation of Labor, but are presenting their requests as city groups and not as union "locals." They aro not talking strike and would not, at this time at least, b supported In any such attempt by the American Federation of Labor. Sale of Heg. Ireo Everything fortheHoine i mm 12.97 Cash or Credit. os Credit You can optn an account or include in vour ouifli anu of thtsr artitlcs at tltt sale prices: Unens, Toweti. Curtains, Tor tleres, Prapertei. Couch Covers, llrddlng, IllankeM, Comfortables. Pillows, Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums. Matting. Oilcloth, Lamps, Clocks, Ilrlc-a-Brac, Rally CkitIakcs. Sewing Machines, Dinner Sets, Stotes, Refrigerators. China Ware, Glass Ware, Sllier Ware, Cooking Utensils, rontlnuoan u roets Special Notice to Our Old Customers The bargains In this salo aro malty ex traordinary and we slant you to get our full Kharo of thorn. You may add wnatover you want to sour ncrount at the salo prices. This applies whether your account Is opon or If yqu havo rl sod It. Sale Cutlery, Ktc VICTR0LAS, GRAF0N0LAS & SUPERTONES $25$300 From NO INTEREST The Sttpertone $1 1 0 Mahog any ia for It S13 on Ilelliery and tho IlaJance ft. 30 Week. You can purchaso 120 worth of Victor, Colombia or Kmeron Records with this machine witbout mrreasinji terms stales. Open an Account With Your Own Selec tion nt iiecorus. If you bavo a talking machine, you may open an account with the purchaso ul records alone and pay for them In small weekly, or monthly payments. u: iiavi: COMPLETE T.inntltlES OF VlCTOIt, COLUMBIA ANU UMLIISO.N iiKrnnns. No stamps with talking marbino goods. Genuine Oak Rocker Iteg. Price 10 12-49 Cash or Credit Oolden dnWi; scat and back roj-erod In best grado Imitation leather. Sale of Blankets 1.98 1530 Cash or Credit. fltandard goods In Cotton and Wool. All weights and slw in White, Gray, lted and fancy plaids. Wo have a complete Hue of BC3omtortable.s. IJnens, riuows, etc. Vnu can open an account with your purchases in mis ue partment or will Include them lu your outfit at the sale prices. Write for This r? 24-Page Dookrree (.Illustrated In Colors) You really can't afford to fur nish your home or even refur nish a single room without consulting this book. It was compiled by Interior decora tors, ancl the Illustrations will guide you both In the selection of furnishings and In how to drape togot the most pleasing effects. It tells you all about our liberal credit. Address any of our three stores, Dept. 8-11. September 21; 1919. The same Is true- of tho other city groups which have gone Into organized labor the technical men, who are most ly civil engineers or draughtsmen, and tho engineers and lieutenants of the Fire Department The Women's City Club or 22 Park avenue has had a committee lnvestlgw ting the living conditions of patrolmen and firemen and will meet to-morrow evening1 to hear its report ARABIAN PRINCE IS BEACHED. Steamship From Now York "Was on Fire nt Gibraltar. London, Sept. 20. Firo startod yes terday in No. 2 hold .of tho British steamship ArablanPrlnce nt Gibraltar, according to word received here. The vessel has been beached and the hold Is being flooded. Latest reports said the fire was Increasing. The Arabian Prince, 6,764 tons gross, left New York July 23 fofAden, Singa pore and Manila and arrived at Gib raltar September 15, to bo fitted with a now shaft About 1,200 tons of cargo was to have' been discharged at Gib $7-50,000 Stock of High Grade Furniture and Housefurnishings, Incluiint 463 Period SulU and 14,687 Stnflc Items , At special money saving prices Whether you select an outfit for a single room or an entire hou&e pay a few dollars down and the balance in small weekly or monthly payments. . Oir Guarantee Wo miarantofl ewTthlnR w e t,elt Is durable and well made. No matter how long you hav tho goods we will cheerfully makr. pood any defects. This guarantee Is w 1 1 h o ut tune limit. White Enamel Beds 16. r i juilvcui (Sold nest Kakeil White Knamel of Strollers 17.85 Cash or Credit OHKSSEI--Ileg. CIllFFlinOllE riRIJ Iter. l"ri Leatherette hood, rubber tiros. . Oth- TOII.V.T TAI1I.K rrs at 92i .0.1, 3B.n.i.s30.as, IJ.UJ. Special Sale of BahyCarrlafes, Co Carts and SuHtes. JDID 3-Room Outfit of Period $OQQ Furniture s J Pay orJt $4 Weekly ADDED Fumed Oak Buffet Iteg. Price S33 29-74 Cash or Credit Has spaclws lin en drawer, L&rxe mirror. ?r.nnl N" Y STORE Htnmps S. & II. Oreen X tiperry Gold 1lt QetioQftgr. fiw '' Mutest l tlO luWBlock "AVE. II in recommendinr; your friends, be sure to tell them that WE HAVE ONLY THREE STORES 1 TRIPS STARTED BY GROSSTOffi BUSES Four Lines "Will Toko Tlaccs of 'Abandoned Battery Street Cars. CONDUCTOBS ABE ABSENT Passengers Enter at Front and Pay Their Nickels to tho Driver. The new buses which havo replaced ctorago battery street cars on four lines abandoned by the New York Railways Company started business at 12:01' o'clock this morning. They mada ex perimental trips last evening, familiar izing the drivers with the route. Louts Bledl, who on Thursday got a Ludwig Baumann's Credit Will Furnish Your Home Visit any of our Great Outfit Stores, select every thing you need to furnish your home complete and open an account with your entire purchase. Cortcincc yourself hy Comparison Thai This Is the House for LIBERAL CREDIT AND LOW PRICES ni aj n.-i c..:i tv uunuuiii joining iwvfii uuu 4 uui Uenarntelv If Doslredl lU'FFF.T Hrtr. lrico $72.50 WW.84 CHINA CI.OSBT Kelt. Price 2.S0 S1.72 EXTENSION TAI1LK He. Prico 53 40.0J 8BKVINU TAULB lies. Price S42.SO 31.08 'Sold Seoarately If Desired) Price I10O1 (83.83 He, l'rlco J77.AO K-V(U iilO 5I1.S7 Iter. Price ITn.BO O4.01 , . Sac of Complete Home Outt- CftCC 327 Complete 2, 3, 4 and 5 fts Room Outfit at money-saving prices and on our liberal credit tirrr.s without anjrextra charges of any kind. These outfits-are com plete in every detail, consisting of everything from furniture to kitchen utensils. This is your chance to start housekeeping at.a saving. Our Special t 3-ROOtil OUTFIT Pay for It $1.75 OTIIKK COMl'IJJTK OUTFITS IN TEIIIOD jp Three-Piece Tapestry Library Suit Itegular Price S3 73. An exceptionally beautiful suit. Soft upholstered.' Loose Cosercd In One, fancy figured tapestry ngW36-49 18-49 yy Cash or Credit IJ fL55rft I V Largo mirror, HOURS 9 to 5:30 Daily; Open .temporary permit from th Board of Estimate for operation of buses until December 20, Is starting with forty ve hicles. ThlB number will be Increased to sixty to-morrow morning. The busoa are of the enclosed "Pullman" type. The passenger enters at tho front and pays his nickel to the driver. There Is no' conductor. f Announcement of tho opening was made last night by Eugene Hen-man, New York manager for the Stewart Mo tor Coroporatlon of Buffalo, who sold tho buses to Mr. Ttledl. Tho four now bus lines nro! Madison street line, from Grand street ferry, EaBt Itlvor, to Chambers street ferry, North Ulver; Spring and Delancey street line, from Grand street ferry, East Itlver, to DSsbrosscs street ferry, North Blvcrj Avenue C line, from Dcabrosacs street terry, North IUver, to Twenty-third stieet ferry. East River ; Sixth avenue ftrry line, 'rom Dcsbrosses street ferry, North River, to Third steet.T i Boys Kill Mate liy Accident. When boys playing In front of a building nt 7S Dolovan street, Brooklyn, accidentally pushed over a twenty foot Iron pipe leaning ngalnst the building's wall yesterday afternoon .It struck a playmate, Lawrence Justo, 9, of 372 Columbia street, on the head. The boy died in the arms of a physician called to attend htm. Dt.... Ileg. Trice 332.50 a i-iw j . . , Pay for This Suic UA ZtU $2.75 Weekly Wfehlu ' Cash or Credit lies. Price 831 1 Fay for This Suit KU UK $4 Weekly Cash or Credit 129 4-RoomM Outfit Period $40 Furniture i JJ Pay for It i6 Weekly Weekly STTXK FUKN1TUKK Ul XO S3.SOO 23.64 Cash or Credit PIPE 01'TFIT FBF.E High aholvos extra. tUI.ON Special salo of high grade rangtss. Includ ing combination gas and coal, at monny saving prices, every ono guaranteed a good baker and fuel -saver. cushions. 324.50 Cash or Credit Tea Wagon ?3.AO Cash or Credit Highly polished. Hss removable glass tray. Saturday Until 9:30 ' PEDERSEN GUILTY OF MALTREATING CREW Skipper., of Barkentinc Had aeen i riea tor murder. Capt. Adolph rodoreen, master of u, American barkcntlne Puaka, and his two sons, F-ilc and Adolph, first and Becoiid mates, rescpcctlvely, wcro convicted yes. terday by a Jury In tho Federal District Court of til treating tho crew on a voyt, from Victoria, B. C to Cape Town, in 19181 Capt. Pedcrscn and Adolph tried on a murder charge last spring aj acquitted. The trial took threo weeks. Amonj the .witnesses was George W Murphr Consul-General, who made an Investlga. tlon when the Puaka arrived at Caj Town with most of tho crow In irons. He caused officers and crew to be here. He did not arrlvo in time to be 4 witness ot the murder trial. Judge Jack will sentence the defend, antp on Thursday. Tho maximum wnl alty Is five ycarj. The court release! the Pcderscns 'under ball pending sen. tence. Their homo Is In San Francisco. mm Accounts Opened From J to J))) On Smad (f'etiiy or Monthly Payments Small Accounts Especially Invited Open an Account Yl.h any Dinner Set nr anything no sell up to 935 and pay for it 50c a Week Saleof95-Picce Dinner Sets 15.87 Cash or Credit SO-riece Sets, t8M VTc also hate on sal several beautiful patterns of OPEN STOCK Dinner Sen at monoy-aavirjff prices. LUDWIG BAUMANN'S ' LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS On On $35 Purchase $75 50c Week $1.00 $1.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.50 $7.50 On $100 On $200 On $250 On S300 On $500 Larger Amounts in Proportion Fumed Oak 1 LibraryTablc 2.98 Keg. Trie fB..M Substantias- built underaheir. Cash or Credit llss draner srd Sale o Refrigerators Apartment How Stvlo iVvanl!edl 22 74 of Cash or Credit .1. n-ruxl imMn i flnlsh iwfoctly f ennstnletnd This sale In cludes l ift Top soles and Side irersup to . Sale of High Grade Ranses asli or Credit Mah-iKvy I"1;11 frame flJloIX wovt'j an I We Give Free Life Insurance When you mako your purchaso vou roci-ne a po'' which guarantees that In casn ot the death of In- frner of your family you at onco recel e a rccolpusi In full (uptotaoo) without any extra charges .if suy k 1 Open an Account With Rugs, Linoleums or C arpcts or Include them In your outfits ai h "' Special Sale This Week of Room Size RUGS AT MONEY. 8AV. IVIl PltlCEH. A choice selection of Axminsler. Velttl and Brussels Rugs In handsome new pat terns and colorings, This Is sour cJianco to save inonoy. on m reauy good Jobs have been lalcta.