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The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, April 02, 1905, Metropolitan Section, Image 19

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Washingtonians ylsitiiis y ysitinga Visitin sitinga a at t
I Atlantic City
Some of the thNew iew ew Hotels Which Inv Invite n v ite te
Travelers Travel rsto to Their Broad
Portals F rtals
Sheffield Cowles is still stll1st staying lng at the
Brighton Br ighton where she arrived last week
with Mrs i1rs110rton Morton The latter returned
to Washington Vashing on early in the week
Mrs Irs Job Barnard of o Washington Is
visiting visiting Mr 11 and and1l1rs Mrs S H Et Bori3 Bon who
are staying at the theStran Strand < l Mr and Mrs rrs
H 1i J Finley Finle also alsoarrlyed aIs arrived from the their ir
Washlngtonhome Vashington home early in the thewe week kfor for
an extended stay
Co Col l T H Alexander ro of Washington
was amcg the distingu distinguished ished visitors 1sltorsof of
the week registering at the th Seaside easl e
Mr and Mrs John TiUarchard T11lar hnrdn and l dlIiss Miss
Ada Hempstall HempstaUhave have also aIS joined the
Washington contingent here for the
Leiiten Veason ason
Mr and Mrs Irs A T YBradley Bradley an and d Mr
and Mrs lrs E E Grandin of Washing ¬
ton arrived on o Ii 116n Monday day and an d dwill will stay
at the Traymore for some time
lIrs > Irs J J H Crawford and Mrs Irs M 11 J
Hunt of Washington are spending Lent L nt
very CJT quietly at the fashionable Hotel H tel
Chelsea helsea where a number of well welI
known Washington Vashingtonpcoplchave people have been
registered since the opening ope ning of the Ute
Col ol 3il 1 M r Parker JrirsParker Mrs Parker and
Miss t nss Parker of Washington are are at a
the th Shelburne Shelimrne for some so e time Miss Iiss
Henriques o of Washington Was hingt n was at the
Shelburne ShclburneoverSJn over Sunday d dy y with Miss Ryan R al1
and Mrs Irs J r Dundas Dund Lipplncott of Phil ¬
adelphia ad phia
J 3 31T W y Whalpley who wh is connected with ith
the executive department departmentofa of a Wash ¬
ington hfgt m trust trustcompany company is spending a
v W efek k at the J Dennis ennis with J J R Whelp
leyi 16 It Mr dr and Mrs Irs Howard Tebbs of
Baltimore 1tI ml who are are3pendlng spending the month
a t the th Dennis Der niscnte entertained rtainedlIrs d Mrs Harry
J4 TiGre J Green reen nMIssFlora Mss Flora D DGreen Green and
Miss iss Blanche Elan he L L Green Gr eIlat at luncheon early
In lrtthe the week Mr and an d Mrs rrsMM M M Par k ¬
er > 1 and Miss Parker arrived at the Den ¬
nis early in the week and will willstaysev wiltstay stay staysev sev
eral weeks we lts before returning to th their lr
Washington Y shinortonhome home
> Mrs J s EL L Hopkins of or Washington Vashiplton
is entertain entertaining ing Miss Uss Courtright C urtright at the
3 Iarlboraugh > House
Guests at a t Haddon HalL IL
Jtidge h ge Edward Lander Lan r of o Washing ¬
ton has been registered resi3t regiser r d at Haddon
Hall slnceTuesda since Tuesday Mrs William Pow ¬
ell l1ofWashlngtonent of Washington entertained rtalned Mrs J J
f E Lytle Lt Lteof eof of New OI Orleans nns during the
week Miss Blanche Bland De Long Longi is at
Haddon Hall Tall 1 with ith itha a family party parfy
brought brJughtdown down by b Mr ard Mrs IrsCharles Charles i
F r De Long of Philadelphia Miss Eliz
abeth W V r White of Washington Washin on was
r no nttel ted in the bcarchvalk beard walk throng 1 with
Miss i1is Helen P Rice of An Andover dover Mass
and ni Mrs William Yllliam P Preston
Among rnong the wellknown Washington
people making their shore headquar ¬
ters t rs at t the tl e Brighton are former fOrnierJudge Judge
Joseph K McCammon and Miss Edith
At the Hotels Hot ls
Some of the well known Washington
people ople registering re g stetfng at principal hotels
during the week were
JRa RaleighA ieigh A C Joy and wife Mr tr
Schaffer Schatr r Thomas ThomasGHmore Gilmore T T Shinn
J C Andrews Mrs R E Prime James
Miller Thomas Hanna H nna Mr Ir and Mrs
I Harry BarryJories Jones
Pennhurst PenuhurstMr Mr3 Mr W W N Strong Wil ¬
liam Strong Jr Mrs frs L W Ralph W
G Lewis
Holmhurst HolmhurstlL M Newton Mr and Mrs lrs
D Bliss Miss Bliss Mrs G A A Dewey
New Clarion Clar ClaronMr on1Ir Mr and Mrs lrs B De Witt
James N Long Lon Mrs Irs Long Longand and son
Miss H McClay lcCln
Grand Atlantic Atlanticfrs 1Irs irs W 1 1T T S Sears Mr
and Mrs J D Hardlh H rdlnMr rdiri Mr and Mrs 115
James C Smith Miss Iiss Smith
Howard HownrdSmlt Smith
k t Earl Mar Hall Ha HallMrs lMrs Mrs F F Innea A A L J
Rugglcs uggle Miss Ruggles Mrs J f fM M t F
Fieldman Fic > man y
Wiltshire W1JtohirMrs Mrs f1sJ J White Mr and nd Mrs I1s
F H IL Yells Miss T F Blair B dr Mr Ir anc
Mrs Charles Abbott Abb U
De Villo ymcJL M vanlV1e1d Van an fielding 1elcl1ng ng C M
HIrsch f
Hoswortli Hswortlll1rs Mrs E i p Fenton M 1 Fen
tcn T D Davis XL A L AVolcott Volcott1 Mr > lr ant
Mrs H P Mills I1lls
SothernJ Sotl1ern j T Belford Mrs G H
Hill lJ fll Char Charien Char1eXirschman ien eH JIrschman Kirschman
Ajuarllle AluariIkeW AV w H McElfreth 1 cElfreth W H
McKlfrctii McElfrctli CEtic jr
The Hotel Irvington fo formerly merly
Jefftrson and one of the finest 1ine t house
atnons anong the splendid hostelries on OIJ Vir
linia inla avenue acnu has passed under the man
Memento mement ement of W F Watts < one meof of th
most active and energetic young ounS
men of the resort
The he situation and an appointments appo lntments of
S Hotel Albemarle nake it an ideal
ping place pl ee for those thosccom1ng coming to AtlantI
City for Corl1calth health or pleasure The houa
stands on Virgin ia bavenue avenue between th
beach and the th Pacific avenue drive an
Is especially fitted L for reception
spring guests gl1 st Four thousand squar
ftet < et of sun parlors pariv fine cleVa elevuor for
Ice ic baths < electric eieetii lighting 1Ightln g gand and
heating h < atinl1 and a table which has made th
cuisine of the house famous insure it
S continuance in popularity J op lnlity under th
management of J 1 P Cope who
again give its if management this his
One Oneo of the important changes in hot h <
I management Is the taking takJngor at o the <
Netherlands by Irvin N Wells who
for yeo ye yetta 3fs fti been connected with one c
the finest flnestbeachfront y beachfront hostelrIes of the r <
sort ort The Netherlands faces the he
and boardwalk at the foot of New Yor
avenue and lias Ias every comfort
trig baths elevator and nd telephone sen
ice and firstclass
The opening opciingot got of the Hotel Senate t
Rhode Island avenue and the beac
marked the opening openlngo of the social se
son In the uptown district The Th loc
ti utn < 5n of the Senate is not excelled in ti
city it every room in the big
facing directly on the ocean in full vie
of the sea and roadstead where
the big yachts ac ts and pleasure craft
J D Hall who made such a sign
success suCCei s of the Hall Cottage last seaso
will this Ull year conduct co duct the Hallwood >
the beach end eeelM of South Carolina avenu
The house houl > Is J hew lcwthrougho throughout t and r
efforts will be bi Kpartd spar d to tomal mak make < it
Jlrgtclaasfamily hotel
larriage A rriage of Mme de Turenne to Editor of o f Ar Aristocratic istocratic istocra tic Par Pa is
Newspaper ewspaper Proves Disappointing to Herself Herse If and
Husband HusbandHis His Letter LetterAlltagonizes Antagonizes
LONDON April 1 1Mrs Mrs 1rs Arthur
Meyer 1ey r wife wif of the editor of thcarls the aris
lOI t pcratic l Jlc paper Gaulers and anddnughter daughter
of o i f the theCou1t Count de Turenne lineally de
scelded s cended from Louis XIV and of the
Princess s FitzJames lineally lineal1ydescended descended
from f rom James II of England in the line
of > f the pretenders has just been dis
owned > by b her relatives in consequence
of cittheactlons dfthe r the actions of Meyer
In marrying mar lng Mme lImeTurcnne Turenne who is
allied to b the leading noble famillesof families of
Eur Europe pc Meyer expected to get into so
city citand and thus obtain the t he position which
he thought he deserved deseryedaseditor as editor of the
most aristocratic paper in France Find
ommistaioner Comm hi3ioner Biddle v Recommends Ac
ceptance c ptance of Offer ffer Made by
Following F ll wing the suggestion of Acting
Corporation Counsel E H JL Thomas
Cominirsioner Biddle yesterday recom
mend t i 1t t tbat jiat the tl tin c District compromise
th the suit rectntly f fe e fnth brought broushtb by b Mrs Irs Lydia L dia
< F Donier Don to recover r recover c vcr damages damag s for per ¬
sonal sona l injuries injurIes alleged to l j bav have been re ¬
ce ived h l ed by bY her by b being beingstruck be ing 1 struck by b an
outward swinging gate in front of o the
Lincoln Hotel Tenth and H streets
northwest no rthwe t
Attorney AttornejB B F Leighton representing
Mrs Mi S s Domer offered to accept for his
client 14905 149 149i 5 the actual expenses in ¬
curred by her and an additional addlti nal 434 34 the
latter the amount of a a judgment for
costs cstsdue due by the District on an appeal
to the Court of Appeals In the case
Mrs Doiriers Dom erJ rs injuries in jUries W were ere said to tOhave
have been received on January 20 1900
and the ease cas as 3 was first tried in January Jan pary
1902 when Chief ChiefJus Justflce e Clabau h di ¬
rected a verdict in favor f vor o of the District
This Tlfs was reversed by the Court of I Ap
peals p als but butTustiee Justice Clabaugh directed a
similar verdict when hen the case was tried
a secondtlme second time
jln In his is indorsement indorse 1cnton on the paper aper Act ¬
ing Corporation Counsel Thomas says
L am not entirely satisfied that there
is fsnot not great greatdmger danger that a retrial of
this case whioh the Court of Appeals
may mn graZt will result In a verdict
against the District and if that result
is attained the amount of the verdict
in my opinion will not be less than
5000 5000
ing that he and his bride were not In ¬
vited to the most exclusive functions
he wrote a circular letter which he
sent to the heads of all the aristocratic I
families tami es of France Franccsa saying ing Mme lIm < de I
Turenne and her illustrious parents
i were saved from beggary by my char ¬
itable action gn n marrying her h rThe The
least which you roucan can do for one who
sacrificed himself in order to save some
of bfyou you from the gutter is to grant him
social recognition
The letter raised such a storm of o t in ¬
dignation digl1at ion that t Mr a arid nd Mrs 11rsMeyer Meyer
lave been generally snubbed
I Mrs lfrsMeyer Meyer now threatens her Jius
band with divorce
Met at the th Train by y5enatorFrye r Senator Frye and
a Party of Washington
Friends I
JACKSONVILLE Fin Fla April 1 1Mrs Mrs
Theodore Roosevelt and her three thr e chil ¬
dren arrived here late this thlsa afternoon ternoon
from Washington They were met at
the station by Senator Frye of Maine
Senator and Mrs Tallafero Taliar ero of Florida I Isenator
and Lieutenant Evans commander of
the Presidents s yacht Sylph
The party par ty went Immediately imm edlatel aboard ab oard
the yacht preparatory to starting on ona a I Ithe
cruise along the Florida Atlantic coast
Mrs Roosevelt says sysshe she had a pleas ¬
ant trip here
I 1
ROME April 1 1Thescandalconcern 1The The scandal concern ¬
ing the fake decorations of f Advocates of o
St St Peter for which numerous Americans Amerj an
paid money thinking that the they r were
buying papal decorations has been in ¬
creased tenfold t < nfold by the discovery that
the th managers mln gers of the alleged aHeg > d society were
gathering money mone the world ove for an
i other Institution knOwn ns s the White
Cross Society Socletysupposed supposed tcj tlbeCor be for the
benefit of soldiers s ldiersin in incapaclted inC l1aclted desire
of their thclrduties duties In time ofpeacc of peace
Thousands of dollars 1oHnrsgt gathered hered in all
countr ies have been flowing into the
pockets pocl cts of the managers maml crs like the fees fee
for lr the fake decorations
A clever cleveradenlurer adventurer invented both
I schemes ch < mes simply as commercial ventures
1 Open an Account at a t Castelbergs 1
I I t
1 1Credit Credit Relieves You
t to j tof of o the Burden Bur den of Cost
j i Its a i sledge hammer argument in favor of buyin g at
T Castelbergs Castel bergs Theres no good argument that can be put up T
r ragainst against our plan of sellin g Weve Ver e thoroughly canvassed that
T subject durin g our half century in business and as long as j
1 1 t were able to underquote by at LL least 25 per cent the th prices of
I socalled cash jewelers and at the same time convenience you
t f by acceptin g payments of a a1 j dollar or so a week r ori Oii the bill
i there will be no su bstantial reason why sIi this plan of buying
t I I shouldnt appeal to you you as best
I I Gold old Watch 25 I
SI 1
I Weekly
I t
11 +
f S Gold Cases guaranteedinove guaranteed move
T men ments t8 This is wa watch tch headquarters
T so fOU ou may expect the cxtraordi
l riary nary in values here
Diamond Ring
100 1 0 0
2 Weekly S
Selected gems
1i t of rare are bril I Id
fj F d
1 I a n c y and
beauty Every
ft one in the line linee e
absolutely per
o jll feet In cut and an
pure white i bite
Handsome Diamond Ring
S1S 18 1 Weekly
s i f A gem of rare
< 5 wiS 1 4 size and beauty beaut
X for such a price
A AspCiltflt15 special that is
1 r > rlN going to carry carr
k Stii iiiv 3 M c con o n v t tcUon ction of
5 I t the h e advantage
of buying here
I f A special specialpurchase purchase of Solid Gold Extra Heavy Horseshoe
I f Scarfpins in polished polis ed and a nd Roman finish f nishthat that fri 1 25 q
T are worth 200 To sell for vp 4 1 0 Y
i Solid Gold Cu ff Buttons in any number of the newest
1 t and most approved designs Some set with stones stonescuff cuff but ¬
t tons that cannot be sold or dinarily for less < j > r
1 5 0
than 3 and from that up To be closed out at MI P O 3 V
J f S A special collection of Fine Solid Soli d Gold Brooches in in
t f I dozens aozens oz ens of different styles inclu ding plain enamel and stone
i iseteffectsb set seteffectsb effects effectsbrooches brooches ooches that tha t tare are worth wo rth from 10 d jc 5 fU 90
to 12 Special Specialtomorrow tomorrow only PJ PJi y 5 M i > I
H T I Castelbergs Castel berg 5 9
1 t Washingtons Wa shingtons Leading Jeweler and Optician
i f I 935 Pennsylvania Avenue
L i
j S S S 55 15 M 5 IS SI S S M I S S StTS S 54 5
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W B MOSES MO5ESSONSFStreetCorner11th SONS SON J I I F Street t Corner llth lw I W BMOf B BMO5ESSONS MOSES S SONS I F Street Corner 11th 1 1th I t
rHE HEF FACT A CT tht we tnu must st c lose c s e o out ut goods gOOdSin in order ord er
1 IqIE
L V to toltDke me meke u ke improvements li1 jflrOVe1 ents in li the esta estbllS blis hment t 1
forces us to accept ccept the lowest owest prices at w hic hich h like
j I
g goods odS were were everqxote ever ver quoted d e f r r JI
Brass Beds Beds d 1
Sal Sale
Were Price
Brass Bed 56200 6200 iiOOO
Brass Bed A 6400 S4350 4350
Brass Bed 5000 4250 251
Brass Bed 5000 ooo 3900 oo
Brass Bed 5000 5000 53750
Brass Bed 3S00 3800 2700 700
Brass Bed B d 36 2600 600 00 2500
Brass Bra ss Bedv Bcd r ri i 53000 30 00 2195 21
Brass Bed Bedv v vS l o V 2660 26ftO 1975
Brass Brns Be Bed d V 3900 30OQ
Brass Br ass Bed t3300 3300 S3 2
Brass Bed Beth5000 h 3000 2250
Brass Bed Bed3500 3500 3500 2100
Brass Br1 Bed 4700 4700 3200
Brasjs gra s Be l 3ioO 30 OO 2075 0 75 i igra
Brass Bra is Bed v 300 5500 OO 2100
Brass Bed J 3300 2800
Brass Bedl Bed 4000 4000 33oo i
Brass Bed 4000 3250
Brass Bed 4000 4000 2875
Brass Bed > 53300 2900
Vernis T erflIs Martin Bed B d 1350 1000
Vernis Martin Bed 51200 1200 92 =
Vernis V rnisMartin Martin Bed S1350 1350 1025
Vernis Martin Mar tinBed Bed 2250 2250 1775
Oak Sideboards and Buffets Buffe 5
Were Price
Sideboard S65CO 6500 5750 5750
Buffet 4500 450 4500 moo 3800
Buffet BuIT t 4200 3700
Buffet BuIT t 7000 Ooo 56200 6200
Buffet 3400 3000
Buffet 4000 3350 3350
Goldfen Gold nOak Oak 3000 3000 2850
Golden Oak 3t003000 3100 300 3000
1 Special Golden Oak
Crystal Cabinet C binet iHOOO 4000 2500
Chiffoniers Sale I
Wore VtrePrlce Price i
Mahogany S230Q 2300 51625 lG251 1623
Mahogany 15oo 1500 1275 1
Mahogany > 2400 n w 11 oo 18W 1l Nt UV
Mahogany lahognny v vE vv E c v 2000 OOO 1 1500 > 00 I
Mahogany > 527CO 37C r COJSOO S1SOO j I
Mahogany m w 1925 125160 1600
Mahogany lVJ m 2250 1550 1550 j
Mahogany c i > C 2400 AOOp p 1775
Mahogany p250 2250 50
i j I
Mahogany V riiW i iii iiii i OO 1575
Mahogany l 200 Gd GO149a 149a 14D5
= I
Birch 4 1300 > W75 3775 i
Birch Vii US2450 3975 1975
iJii TT50
Birch j v >
Birch iki i = i viV 52100 S 2100 oo 1700
Birch i 2700 S1300 1
Maple vS L l y 4000 4000 S3200 3200
Maple r 3P I w v 11 2700 1800 190 j
Maple H 1 l v S2150 2150 1750 1750I I
Maple Ma PIe L J 1850 1 S15L25 1525 I
Golden Oalcv Oak r 3oo2OO 3000 2000 000 1 1GoWen
Golden Oak v 2100 15 1575
Golden Oak Oakm m 29 2900 O2300 2300 I
Golden Oak 2700 2700 SlSOD JS03 I
Golden GoldenO Oakv k ± LOO OO 1550 I
Golden G ld en oak m SISOO ro 1 1490 90
Golden Oak 2500 w oo 1700 1 1Golden
Golden Oak u 1SCO 1751 1275
Golden Oak Oakh h 3200 3200 2ipO I
Golden Oak 82450 S24501f 1575 5 I
Golden Oak 2200 2200 16 1G25
Bureau B reau > I
V Sale
p Were Price
Maplfe lra MapI pr Bureau 2650 2275
Golden Oak Bureau 2550 3550 2975
Golden Oak Bureau S1S50 19 19z z 0 1525 15 2
Golden Gol en Oak Bureau Bur e eu u 2300 L 1875
Golden Oak Bureau 1700 1700 1540 1540
Golden Qak Bureau Bure au 1750 1750 1295
Golden Oak Oib ak Bureau 1550 1550 ISD O 1350 1351
Golden Oak Bureau 1iOO 1TCO 10125 14i5
Golden Oak Oa k Bureau Bur au auu u 14100 OO1075 31075
Golden Oak Bureau u 1200 1000
Golden Oak Bureau 1450 14 u 1175 11 75
Golden qolden Oak Bureau B reau 1600 l2w 1275
Golden Oak Bureau 1450 1450 1295 295
Golden Oak Bureau 1575 1350
Golden Gold n Oak Bureau 1900 19 00 1575 la 75
Golden GOlde1 Oa Oak k Bureau 32050 2050 SO 511775 31175 1
I Golden Oa Oak k Bureau 2350 19C 1900 1 1Golde I
Golden Oak Bureau 1800 1500
Golden Oak OalcBure2 Bureau a 1800 1575
Golden Oak OakB Bureau reau1400 1400 11 11a a
Goldeir Oak Bureau BfUeau1375 1375 1050
Golden Oak Bureau 975 9 i75 775
Golden Oalt Bureau 950795 950 795 I
Golden Oak 0a1 Bureau Bureau1000 1000 K 850
Golden GOl e n Oak oa kBu Bureau rea u 1 1650 6 11a 1175
Golden Oak Bureau 380 850 50 0 7 775
Golden Oak Bureau S1500 1500 1275 1
Golden Oak Bureau O150 845
Golden Oak Bureau JiLOO fl00 lOO 3075 975
Golden Oak Bureau 1300 1035
Golden Oak Bureau Bu1eaultoo 1100 31075 1075
Golden Oak Bureau 1050 1050 925 025
Mahogany Iahosan Inlay Inla moo 9000 fi500
Mahogany Mah gan 12000 12000 lffiOO 10500
Mahogany 3600 2950
Birch S3500 is00 2975
Birch 4050 32 33250 50
Toilet TOiletTables Tables 4 l 5
S Sale Sale ale
V Werff Vre Ver PrIce
Golden Oak 2700 2700 2200
Golden Oakh Oak h 2900 2900 2475
Golden Golden Oak 3S 2550 o 2150 ZI 50
Golden Oak 1400 1075
Golden GoldenOak Oak 1050 1050 375 8i
Golden Oak T 51300 9 3990
Golden Oak SUCO 1L00 S25 33 25 J
Golden Oak = 41450 1451 1200
Golden Oak S9GO 900 9 00 38 OO
Golden Oak 1100 OO 880 380 RI
Golden Oak r S19 1950 19 50 1550 15i0
Golden Oak i 2650 2650 2175 i BBS
Golden Oak moo 2300 L00 1875 175
Golden Oak OakV 750 750 500
Golden Oak Oaku u > u 1100 1100 900 900
Golden Oak 100 1300 1L75
Golden Oak 825 325 725 725
Golden Oak 3500 600 500
Hetal Beds
S Were Price
Black and Brass Bed Bed1700 1700 1325 1225
Black and Brass Bed 2900 2900 S22 32275 75
Black and Brass Bed Bed28oo 2800 400
Blue and White Bed Bed1650 1650 1250
Blue and White Whit Bed BcdS1S00 51SCO 1400
White and andB Brass rass Bed Bed1550 S15 1550 50 roOO 1100
Whi White te and Brass Bed Bed875 SS75 i50
White Enamel Enam e1 Bed Bed325 u 825 825 6 675 5
White Enamel Bed Bedm m 900 900 500
White Enamel Bed 550 550 125 125
White Enamel Bed Bedu u 450 50 350 5O
White Enamel Bed SSOtt 33J 350
White W ite Enamel Bed 550 50 375 LTh
f 1
Remodeling ReIIlode l nga Sale le Prices prevail in in the the Mattings as Wnag well as other goods Of course our import orders 0
were placed pl aced b before e ore we W e ha had dthought thought of f making the th improvements inlprOveme n s here hPr hereand and the goods go ds dsc c are a now owin in in and andhav have e r
got to be sold out along with everything else on the same price prIce basis
Fancy China flatting in a variety varl t i 1
of colors colorspla1dand colorsplaId plaid and stripe effects 15 i
cho choice ice patterns to select Q i fV rt i
from Regular value 20cL 20c 4 92 Jf
yard ar 1 Special 40 yd rolls Q < >
Fancy Chinese Matting in pretty prett
colors and stripes check and plaid
effects An elegant Mat p p
ting vorth 30c 3 yd Special Cp 5 = 15 15ting I =
40 yd rolls r r o A < J
Extra E xtra China Matting 11a tueg Yeyservcc very r czy service ¬
able in pretty prettyneWCITects new effects ffeets < > t 0 i ff I
Worth yard rolls 40c yd Special H 40 404 > J 0 JJr II Bl 00 007orth B
Very heavy 1cnVYdOUbIC double China C I1Ina Matting i
with the same designs and colors co1or as 1 1wIth
the 50c Matting attl eg in red blue b lue fVp3 r C
gold and an green in m plaids 2 5 5C
checks and stripes strI e5 Special I
II RuQ Reduct Reducflons i I
20 Smyrna Rugs Fu ss size 30 i g
by 22510 QQ < 60 to in Reduced from P 1 25 I
Sue 3 by b 6 Gfeet feet Re 2 15 f
duced ducedfrom from 5350 35 350 to c
12 Moravian Smyrna G > ty 7
Rugs size 8 by b 11 ft tG 6 in 4J B 15 15RUgs
Reduced Red ced from 11 to a
IS Velvet Ye l et Rugs size 27 21
by 54 Inch Reduced from roan 105
2 to
10 French Brussels RugsseamltSs Rugs seamless
SiZO6 size C itS In by 10 loft ft 5 5mo < n
to in u Reduced from 1250 l25 125o9 < 0 0 75 75in
6 Seamless sea mless Brussels S
Rugs size 9 P by 12 it fts > 1 4 95 95Rugs
Reduced from 20 i to
Fattcr BahC China Matting in 8 8c R4C c
stripes and plaids Special
8 patterns patt rM in Japanese Matting in
qualities that sole S I IC IUP C UP up to 75c r > n t le r C I
yard While they the last ws W J f 2
have marked them themuu uu <
Tap Japanese an se Cotton Warp Matting Ma tlng
fine close weave weaVei weave3 > S > pretty J rett3 pat r j C
terns to select from Worth 2 O OC
30a 30 < yd d Special per yd I
Japanese J JV V apanese Cotton Warp > Mattings dou ¬
ble dyed with pretty pret inserted figures fi res
fects in a large var Ya variety ri iety ts o of de de t > Ff f C
signs signsm in red blue green and bt Jf 5 5C
gold Special per pe yd
Japanese Coton Warp Mattings dou ¬ =
ble dyed with prettyinsterted retty riSterte < figures j
A Matting suitable and pretty j n j F rt r C
for any room Special pecia1 i per 2 2rt
yard t1 i V I
Refrigerator Refi gerator and Filter FiiterReductions Reductions I
Refrigerators RefrigeratoISTo s To j Filters
Worth Close To
Tiled 7650 7650 1500 6 OO Worth Close Clo e i 1
Tiled 7200 O l00 Ellis u 1CIIJ LOO sns 511
THed 5400 5400 S4750 Standard Stan dard n S600 6 00 300 200 I
Enamel1S75 Enamel 1S75 1500
Enamel 3150 2Sw nss Standard u 500 50Q a 0G 0G32z 32z 50 0
Zin zinc 187515J 1875 18 75 15 00 O Polar p01a r 1500 315 15 = 00 800
Zinc Huo Huo2t50 2t50 2950 3250 50 Electric 950 350 550
Zinc t3L75 3175 3750 2750 China < hin11 2200 OO 950 950
W I B 0 l NIOSLS 1il 1ilOS 1 OS E 5 SO SONS > N r rT rS T S 11
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