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Ihe outer posts mover an inch in thickness, bile the entire oval is nearly CR R fVI w A Select Parlor Rocker III I Ml SB , ,Q) w-r-vij' ' V - a i ? The dishiantlcd old home pre scnts an uncouth and ignomin ious aspect. The furniture la all packed away for the wagons and the rooms stuffed with lug gage. It looks like a habitation for owls or for spooks, or like life in the dark ages. The family don't seem to have any style about them any more. Ma is sitting on the kitchen range; Pa is perched on the sewing machine; the boys are sitting on a tub; the girls arc sitting on rough boxes and rolls of carpet All that's left unpacked for use over night Is the mattresses, the gas stove, the coffee pot and a few cups and saucers. But they don't mind that. They are busy wondering what It will be like where they are going. They are too much excited to care for a little thing like sleeping on the floor, or drinking the coffee from off the mantelpiece, or having to guess the time because the clock Is la a barrel. The girls, howetcr, wear a look of care and suffering. They arc thinking what a sad spectacle the old fur. ntture and the faded rugs will make In the bright new apartments, how tiic old cur. tains on the new windows will hang like old aprons. They express their alarm and sorrow and can hardly keep from crying. That makes Pa kind of sore, and he checks their nonsense by ask. ing them what the big furniture store is for, anyway. "Your grandmother carried on just so about misfits and crazy colors when we were settling in the new house forty years ago, and your Aunt Nancy made just such an ado when she moved twenty years ago.- But by going oer to SMYTH'S they soon had the house so tastefully and se brilliantly furnished and adorned that I used to get tired hearing their ecstatic exclamations over it JOHN M. SMYTH COMPANY hate been helping May movers get snugly settled ever since your grandma was a young woman. No matter what Items are lacking, they have the goods. They have the largest furniture store In the world. And they not only trim the house and film It right, they don't make you wait" The old gentleman Is right In twenty four hours' time JOHN M. SMYTH COM. PANY will replace the shabby furniture and the misfit rugs and curtains and make the new flat look like the glory of the garden In the glorious month of June. Heavy, substantial 3-Piece Parlor Suit It is a product of our own workrooms. Each piece is somewhat larger than the corresponding piece in the ordinary parlor suit. Choice exists of over twenty patterns (or covering and from which the purchaser may select. The frame work, which I of golden oak or birch, mahogany, Is limly finMicd, tliu plain surfaces throwing outnglas. Ilka smoothness. Price $39.75 ,. n .-&:!WTl pi,.,, , . l.l -siiJ. I, r,'. lit! trifl I'fi n 111 MKSd I U3Biil ISTTsWri (tl I i in i i ""fri Iranif fim&&illfr-r- C UBi etMMh I lnlit wm uiwut vuit T . A fil."',-"gn?"T;!T iM ' f 11 ' i ' liiUBH "SBT I HOB Js7 vjr f WnJ$$ 'jfuvtlf i '('I SaBBSZLsBBliimBBBBBBBlBmiLjK it WtlasmgmssssssssssTlffaspgi ' Hi IK T'JiMCsW 1 if U r A Heavy Iron Bed .th?No,!?ca?,leS board extends from and not to the wall, llius cuitlm; out the clilct objection to beds or mis i)pe. ine pots of entire outer construction are over x,i inches in thickness " VVP' . -fM iiiBBmBlBBBaBmW A 3-Piece Mission Parlor Suit finished In a dark shade of , weathered oak. Seats arc upholMcrod awfa. m tmm mm in cnulno leather by our own workmen and further enhanced by Qt,jVB MR. n profusion of brani tnckt around cdircs of sens, head of tack bclnit LL9m m Jf nearly the si to of -.Vcent piece. Price, piece n' at r nus cutuni; out l no $12.75 Solid Oak Dressing; Case, Iron Bed stead, Spring and Mattress. Complete for $11.75 Extreme Value in a 3-Piece Parlor Suit Frame work is of birch finished mahogany. Doth the uphol- stering and the finishing are done in our own great shops. In fact, it is quite in keeping with offers that havo gone to make John M. Smyth Co.'s the largest furni house in the world. $12.75 Hf '"!3sssk3ri Isshlsh backand extra wide Mt, choice in either quarter awed oak or birch mahog. ny,cacbinapollsbfinish. Pr. $3.75 A Nurse Rocker, made of reed and rattan, a most desirable type of , rocking chair. Price .an, a uiuai $1.60 ml ' .';?,viv Bargains Ws'rs aivlng la RUGS Amnnn tlio special attractions and rare bargain oIl'crlntfH of tho week In our Mammoth Ucpaiimcni of Catpets and Kuui are; 800 Brussels, Axmlnster and Velvet kuu made in our own workroom from shott ends and remnants of line carpets with borders to match, (ME I to ko at $8.80 to WBbUsI Rich Wilton Rugs, newest desiuns: Mxda Incbe. I6.7S 4 ft. tl 111. xTft. Oln SIS.7S tl It. X V 11...... S24.7S ftt.aia xioft fl SJ6.7S Vft. X lift S42.W iuii.oin.xi4 fi es.uo Beautiful Brussels Rugs variety oi new patterns: o ft. x lift SS.I0 (Mt. x tuft. Oln S ii.oo HI. X 13(1 SI 7.10 Wilton Velvet Rugs- 0ft. XV ft 114.00 int. x is tt sjj.oo Taixilry Hruticli Carpt.-er yard f fla. -SI...0, OUc ami fUO W I ton V.lv.t Carptts- I gj per yarU tJliCO Cltgant V.lv.t Car. nfi. rctt-per yanU VU6 Htavy LlMlturaa-intendld new jaUern JK.T gt. wiuarearU. ttooanJ 006 Btautllul Inlaid LlnoUuns- .r.ifj'A.si.oo Ch'aa Mattlnis-brlebt and ktrlklnK colors per I Km 3 aril, Jlc.ZJc and 106 J.pan Mattings beautiful carpet weue per an. yard, Jlc.JOc ami.... JUG COO nfl"New Method" fsiOiUU das Range, wild elevated oven and broiler. The best and most modern range on the market. KuuHijRSfpL'fe Bargains We're diving la CURTAINS following are a few of the special at. tractions and rare baritaln ofTerliiK of the week In our magnificent department of curtains and portieres: Scatcb N.UI.ih.n Lac Curtains triple thread, full width. aHyardK Iuiik. ) eg .election of patterns, perjalr. CsCO Avtrlc.n Cabl. Lac. Curtains mom Mpu lar lace turtaln made, beautltul new de MRn. excellent wearing iiuall- Q 'tis tie., per pair ". 90s ID K.tl Lac. Curtains ItattenlierR. ItenaU ance, llru.srlt. IrUh l'olnt, Cluiiy and lniiorted Not elty Lace Curtains, B tfl per pair 10iOU Marl Antoln.lt., lolnt Da Calais and Saxony Hruia.1 Lice Curtains an ex traordinary offering In high- f fill class curtain., per pair. 9ViUU RutlUd, Muslin Curtains dainty pat. urn, full rumen, well made, 1C perialr Q6 Tapaitry Portltrn-noirltlM and attr.ic. tlonn it tiuurrd and colonial arinure lie HlRn., In ail the new colors, Kf pirjMlr 0s0U Had gprtsfs-MarxclUe patterns. I B fringed, extra grade, lacb . .. lakO 5umar IM Conilorts-whlte rotton Illicit. tigured olUollne both sides, 0 ft. I nfl t) Oft., each (f IsUU Htnalssiac. and Laca Bad 5prssda-loLter rtAer to match, rich center piece, duralile double uet, Ib-ln. full ruffles, J af pcrei ". laDll McDougall Kitchen Cabinet constructed of beautiful satin walnut and trim med with heavy brass hardware. Among its many inimitable fca tures are a 75 lb. McDougall sliding flour bin to each base; large working board; linen & cutlery draw ers; gold lac quered spice cans; spacious china closets, etc. Price, $19.60 Made of heavy leveled steel plates, sub. stantially braced and strengthened, asbestos-lined oven that is heated by heavy fiamo plates; with this Improve, ment it uses less t:as, bakes more evenly and qulckh and the bottom will raver warp or bum out. W i .tfiMls -.A'V,?!, ' . rtfL- rmr M t:r r.Tzr- '.' ' .. r: s r i jn Ideal Dressing Case ', n golden oak, bird's oye maple or ma- K a....... ..AMAAfnl C?..tof n m fin Hi. nrn Itructed and lustrouily finiihed, The i ikapely French mirror t fi f )A VJ" lk3 :.?-' TTarrA 3& 1 1.,?, JS tv. m , j 1! v f X Mr- rriSftViiiir.14 in bird's eye ma. Vlllliuiuwi, pie, I I'll aWi ' f 30x21 inclios, 'inn sffice iSh ii ii n h mi $24.75 quarter p-xwod oak or mahogany veneered, It Mill InslieiTTllnnl Is i comp?n'on "! o lo dresvf i-hown to It.. Ull. I'llr... $23.75 Library Table An undefiled reproduction of the mission type. It is designed especially to occupy but little space, being but 37 inches long j aaar bbsj by 22 inchesdeep. An addvxl novel CD g K feature is the book-racks at ends.,, w Ikf H Positively rare value (S m ta iiiia inauuuauy-vc- -njJP' neered chiffonier, Has full serpentine front, 84 in. wide, and has 14x20 in. mirror. It is extremely beautiful in design ana exceotlonally well fin. Ished throughout. 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