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8 THE OHIOAGU EAGLE, SATURDAY, MAY 23. 1908. i WEST MADISOIN t j BBBY VaaaC bbbbbbbbb aaaBBBBwa aaBBafl bbbbbbb! sbbbbbbbbbbbV jbbbbbbbbbbbI aLaaaaw al Laaaaaam aaaaaaaaw LaaaaaW 150 TO 166 a n . - Aw - J i'jfwM-M- m fOr mm V PS .jEktaO'' t W j vHEteJ' aaV LAaBBBBaaBBCaa5S53ttBBaBBBBBapBB9 B aBBBBBBBBBYb.. ''WBBBBBBVV T BBBM ;HKt' JbbbbbbbbbwW "''bbbbI ' BBBBBBBBBK. 'a .s BBBB1 'IPE'')','' -KBBBBBBBBBBtfu.' J''PI r' Bfflff- , in 7iaBBBBr"j5iH mH MW.g " BaBLa-. Ive Golden Oak Extension Table. is 48x48 inches, extends to 0 feet and 10-inch pedestal. We have no hesi- cy in vouching for its - silent finish and con- 7 I 7E iMtniction. Price H"- : ! lil 3S3ssR'-.-' MP-Ut-B.S Open Evenings Till 9 ! A Substantial Wood Bedstead of the Napoleonic type, made in either oak or mahogany and finished dulL The headboard is 4 feet high and the footboard of a pro portionate height. The outlines are rolling and graceful and by no means suggestive of the overcumbersome. Brief ly, a very toppy article at the approachable price of f!rmwm'wmfwmmimrmimm? Wb4tj4&-jJ&ij,sMMm mmtmmal-mm-;AMkiMfl- $28 Dressing Case, in golden oak, wax finished, or in mahogany veneer, fin ished dull. It is 42 inches wide. The beautifully patterned French bevel mirror is 24x80 in. A dOQ C great bargain, at... wO O BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVjaro '''''' wflnraBi MWvl!rK9fr"7SVv!Mm '' "iiBBM HHnHHlSHUMHlHHKdKlfii(Vri0' zanfLBBBBBBBBal IMHHIIHlHI9KiBtlHMIIIIIHII, tM Chiffonier, in mahogany ve neer, finished dull or in golden oak, wax finished. It is 34 in. wide. French bevel mirror is 18x24 in. Spec ially priced'for this great sale, $22.75 Carpets and Rugs Curtains and Draperies lA neat, serviceable Dressing Case of pleas- Iing design, finished golden. It is 42 inches ride. The shapely mirror is dft rfff c28 inches. Price J VSSBjHHgVBajY l"t-,,4 T flTi H a JSaY j BwiBaBTMHI liillPfli ' I I Our Present Exposition Unparalleled in Extent or in Splendor of Its Offerings. Of all things that contribute to the grace of the home, of all things that aid either in rendering it simply and inexpensively ornate or in giving it the richer and more abounding and more pretentious splendors of the loveliest and most glorious of gardens, nothing can take precedence of the fabrics that dress and beautify the floors. All the furniture in the house derives an elegance from elegant rugs or participates in the ignominy of shabby rugs. The trees in the park would be defective and imperfect ornaments but for a spread of lawn beneath. Noth ing can make the landscape divinely and sovereignly beautiful without a delicate ground, without green fields. And the gorgeous sideboard, bookcase, cabinet, library table and shining parlor chairs lose half their comeli ness and charm on bare floors. John M. Smyth Company be lieve that nothing can be too pretty for the floors of mod est homes, nothing too lav ishly or brilliantly orna mental for the floors of opu lent homes, and the display of rugs- and carpets now proving of such interest to housekeepers is unparalleled either in general volume of new goods, in wealth of rare fabrics and gorgeous patterns or in range of styles and end less variety of offerings: Bill RRnilPiH bbbbbbSKi? flfcBVAVJyMdBlBuBMMVBVMttMKWtiiflBBWJH mBm $fl PHsJnffiiiiHH HsMlilf 1 SSMmWKKb nbbbbbbbp-bbbbbbibb xSiEav8nr vVKo& at &.i. .vaTEaBBBBBraBBBBBBBBBBB Combination Wardrobe-Chiffonier. It is 30 in. wide by 61 :n. high, and finished in a beautiful shade of widen oak. A most convenient article of furniture, 1 JHHLsuLni as bbbbI V Jl bb W?ttaWMSTi 1 Q (1 ' n serving in tne dual capacity of ward robeand chiffonier $22.75 Kirmanthah Carpetf. A floor cover woven In Persia nnii noted for the Elyslnn sanctity of Its colors In rose, ecru, blue nnd olive, n ves ture of tho rtnintlcst conceivable elegance, lit to adorn n king's rmlticc or tlio home of n snlnt or a poet. Throw lilies nnd morning glories on this carpet nnd you cannot tell which is of'the more precious loveliness nnd beauty, the .llowers of nature or tho (lowers of art. The characteristic Klrmanshnh conception Is that of tmnll finely woven tigures, with medallion centers, or allover floral and scroll designs In unfading and imper ishable colors, A great multiplicity of patterns In sizes from 7 ft. x 10 ft. to 12 ft. x 18 ft., with prices ranging irom smoo.uu to Beautiful Brussels Rugs, 9 ftxl2 ft, $15.75. $675.00 Great Value in a Box Seat Diner, made of quarter-s.iwed oak and polished. The construction is ab- solutely indestructible, each cor-' ner of seat being reinforced with a triangular block both glued and screwed to jhc 'eat frame and leg. This mode of construction, which insures enduring firmness, has been largely discontinued in latter years in the general manufacture of box-seat dining chairs. Its manifold advantages, however, have in- atri rr duced us to return to that manner of mak 2h jsft Yviw Deloochlitan Rug. Made in Afghanistan, marked by blue figures on rich red grounds, and noted for very soft silky co'o-s that give a beautiful snecn. umereni styles of an average size ot 4 Hot by o tcet at 91B.UO to. Khiva Carpet Rugi. Made in Afghanistan and characterized by variously colored octagon lig urcs on rich red ground with beautiful geometri cal borders. 0 ft. 0 in. x 0 ft. t 1 A Q A A to 8 ft. x 11 ft., $80.00 to J lO.UU ing chairs. Price "Reliable," "Fav orite," "New Method," "Estate" and many other stand ard gas ranges, with elevated ovens a n cl other styles, can be found amongst the large selection in our stove section; with prices ranging from $51.50 down to $6.75 Connected Free of Charge. Gas Mot Plates from $4.75 down to $1.35 MP ' ' - '-?o r. CTTT3W1 ni,' '" "Iff I' 6SrfS?jSE:?wylafcr-5 ' Aitj&sytii. '&!&' &: ' r' V-.MmZ ty .' 1BIWSIK.-. "4fSk i. vj. '.:.; riii?v-. 'f-r Bokhara Rugi. Imported by John M. Smyth Co, from Bokhara, Persia. Design Is that of small geometrical figures on rose and red grounds, with artistic borders, thi glory' of tho mg being In its glorious colors. Variegated putterns. Size, 2 ft. 0 In. x 3 ft. to 3 ft. li x &C ff 5 ft. 3. $16.00 to pDD.UU Shirvan Rugi. Made In Turkey. Dainty geo metrical figures on light grounds. Beautiful shades of red, bluonnd wine colors. jOQ f 3 ft. 0 x 5 ft. $15.00 to..., PaOeUU CabUtan Rugi. Mndc la Persia, of fine mohair wool, extremely biillinnt designs of antique fig ures on ground of gold, red and fcTBf rtO llghtblue,3ft.Gx5ft.G, $27.00 to J I O.UU Cnrabagh Rugi. Made in Turkey. Fast Oriental colors, red, giecn, blue and tan. df AA 4 ft. x 3 ft P7.Ull Kurdiitan Rugi. Persian make. Fine set designs In dell- $$ Q catc oriental red, tan and blue colors, 3ft .0xUft.fi, $21.00 to j)JO Wilton Rugi. 200 different styles AxmlmterRugi. From the smaller $35.00 Magnificent Array of Early Summer Offerings in These Dainty Home Embellishments. No branch of modern home furnishings is more appealing to the pride of intelligent and refined housekeeping than those that dress the doors or grace and adorn the windows. Our department of curtains and draperies, unequalled either in area of broad, cheerful, sunlit floors, or in wealth and variety of beautiful fabrics exhibited, has long been known to the com munity, as one of the principal attractions of the largest and most brilliantly appointed furniture store in the world. And in keeping with the popular expectations of the department, the entertainment for visitors this week will be a display of new goods and new fashions, unprecedented in extent arid adapted to every re quirement from the mansion to the cottage or apartment. And every offering a bargain: v frith Point, Bruneli, Point da Chan an! Cluny Hand-Mad Laca Curtain. John M. Smyth Co.'s early summer invoice direct from the ancient seat of tho Induttry In St. Gall, Swltierland over two hundred distinct pat terns of those delicate nnd immaculately beautiful window veilings, from the costliest masterpieces nnd rarest artistic examples to the simplest and most inexpensive designs, and with a correspondingly long range 0 ff of prices, from $75 a pair down It o pi.JJ Th World-Famous Hand-Made Arabian Laca Curtaim. John M. Smyth Co.'s direct Impor tation from France, comprising some twenty strikingly rich and tasteful patterns, with a lino of widely diverse prices extending from inimitable specimens at $75.00 df" ff a pair down to tattsful Btyles at j!uUU Nottingham Lace Curtaim. Serviceable, dutnblu and purely beautiful but marvelously Inexpensive reproductions of everything dainty and ornate In the finest Brussels, Cluny and Arabian lace cur tains. Over 200 contrasting patterns at prices ranging from $8.00 a pair to bargains P 1 QQ Scotch Madras Curtaim. Now In general vogue for libraries, dining-rooms and chnmbers-n highly or nate windQW dress that launders like a handkerchief and wears n long lifetime. John M.Smyth Co.'s direct importation front the makers i In Glasgow un interesting multiplicity of designs in plan cream or rich floral patterns In unfading tints of pink, roio or gold, or in heavier colors of dark green, brown or red with juices running from bar- CJO Cf gains at $10.00 a pair to bargains at.. JeJ Rep Portierei. Great diversity of beautiful designs In splendid micsot red, green and urown nnu wun tasteful and brilliantly ornamcntnl borders, Prices ranging tromi&.uua pair to very uc slrablu patterns at Cashmere or Soumack Rugs. Made by the native hand-weavers of Turkey and a favorite among the connoisseurs of all countries for the dainti ness of its oriental colors red, green, blue and tan. Design Is always a red ground, with dia mond designs In richly blendsd hues. Selection from a vmictV of patterns, 4 ft. x 6 ft. to 7 ft. x 10 ft., with prices from $21.00 to $75.00 $5.00 $20.00 d10 fifa px4.vir Imported German Toptry Portierei. Diversity of unique and fancy patterns. Faithful reproductions of the Handsomest Mrstnms a pair down to to chooe from G2C. if $2.00 to pUU.VU Velvet Rugs. Mainly in rich oriental medallion t Q C Afl i!.higns-$1.95 to jO.UU t v' JfJ. 'i k?-Ito- .u-. w; ifw&r t TV ' "ffi'WSKSSt 'tim.l ' XifaVT. ."TV 'V.1jB;KlVVyi j!$s Chiffonier, W yf 36 inches wide; glass, - sizes to gorgeous patterns of largest carpet size, with flaming rr.clulllon (caters and deep lloral borders, $2.50 to Tepeitry BruueU Rugs. Carpet sires, $8.50 to $21,00 Body BruueU Rugi. Carpet bUm $18 50 to $45.00 $42.00 Brass Bed of the Napoleonic type in which the roll on headboard extends from, and not to the wall. The entire outer framework is of 2-inch brass posts, and enterinn rods nearly one inch in thickness. Finish, lucquer, construction, etc., are superb, and guaran teed not to tarnish. 36 inches wide; glass, 18 by 26 inches. Acorn- panion piece to tJE? O ii the Dre s s i n k VO.UIJ Case. Price TvMwvr JI'jS. 'SvZTfk tcccl not to tnrmsh, lllilH'Ifl II . ;'ijBa 1 1 1 If II I I III m $43.75 jn tfiuKili fi ''fMnL lifTTllli;TT'iiti'l'i)'Tfiff'W p 'i y i i am STREET VaaatCLlBBvV I aU jJ&'SMm H'iflp saaaaBaaBr'tiH aBK4-a 49a i H ffH naCC'BaaaaaaaSPjl laaafl laasv . MBaaaaaaaalBvS LmW"'.. '""flaBaaaaaaWNbavlBaaaal UbZsbIH&SiIbII aHmElV ' '4aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV?lBH' laaaaaaH lalaESaHlSBH M aaaVawTX Wm BaCaaa1iBaBaaaai!2iiaaUBaaaaaaaaaaaaM BisSBBaaaaaaaaaaaaBBaaaaaaaa .saaaavaaTsiKCvvvsa JaaaaaWaaWi.aNMaVcaaaaaV aaaKaaWlfinBaaalsBV A 45-inch top Dining Table, designed csseiv tially on lines of common sense. It extend to 6 feet. We positively claim that it exceed in vaiuc an tables advertised at 53 or $4 mora and possessing cheap slap -dash carving.. 1 a1 hmIimU u.-i. .aW m aaasaaai aa vjuiucii uiiK uuusii nnisn. Price $14.75 WWku llll I Wl lylfflWl' iiiii'i mwMimlmtm A Metal Bedstead perfectly ideal in design. Has no excessive frills nor superfluous attempt at useless decoration. The continuous outer posts are over an inch in thickness. Can be furnished in full size only, viz.: 4 ft. 0 in. A common-sense ' bedstead, at only $6.95 fcah ySaBBaSaaaavaaaaaaJBBBaanYi BE!.MMMt. .aBaSIH 3iMaf?BaaaaaaaaaaatJytjra aaUl 'alwi4Wr'. i"" i BpaaatBsfcs"M Flrfl1 W frf'S" Extreme Value in a highly ornate Golden Oak Buffet Board. It is 48 inches wide and 24 inches deep. terncd bevel mirror is 14x30 inches. Price Pat- tpafeitS O p Palatial W j Dressing Case, " & in Quartered oak. mahocany vr 1 LliSRSi Wk fry Height, 39 inches. (Q A Champion t)0.iU Refrigera. tor. Made of hardwood, golden oak finish, with raised carvings, bronze locks nnd hinges; tlucs, shelves and drain pipe removable and easily cleaned; insula ted throughout with charcoaLsheath- ing a n d has I !-inch non-conducting air space and is lined throughout with zinc. Ice capacity, 45 pounds. quartered oak, veneeror curly birch. The total width is 50 inches; heavy bevel mirror, 30 by 42 inches Price. gany $56.75 $19.00 Leonard's "Clean able and Odor lees" Refrigera tor. The Leonard Refrigerators arc the easiest to keep clean. All the in side parts arc eas ily removed and you can get into the corners with out any trouble. It is built of solid ash, with quarter sawed oak panels, and is finished in golden oak. The doors are absolutely air-tight. The insulation is the best in the world and con sists of mineral wool, waterproof sheathing and non-conducting airspace; locks and hinges are made of solid bronze. Thoroughly lined with zinc Height 47 in. 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