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2 THE m WASHINGTON TillES WED NESDAT DECEMBER MBER 11 1907
PETWORTH JOINS JOINSWAR JOINSAR
WAR AR ON MONOPOLY MONOPOLYFOR
FOR FORCHEAPER CHEAPER GAS GASCoL GASCoL
CoL MacVicar lVlac Vicar Says Stand Standof Standof Standof
of the Commissioners CommissionersShould CommissionersShould
Should Be Sup Supported
ported portedTells
Tells How New York YorkCity YorkCity
City Is Compelled COll1pel1 d to toPay
Pay High Price PricepUblic
Public opinion opnoii must mu t be depended dependedupon
upon to win this thl th tight against agaln t the gas gasmpanl p8tmpanlett ga
tmpanlett mpanl s Cooperation of the ti citizens citizensassociations citizensaS5OCiatlon
associations will ill do much toward 1m 1mprebslng Imprctialng rn
prebslng upon Congress the justice of ofgiving oCg
giving g lng to the residents of the District Districtof
of Columbia a a bettor regulated supply supplyof suppl supplof
of pas at a prico p co In n some degree baaed baaedon bu8don L
on In coat of Its it production productionIn
In the above words ora Col John Mac MacVicar Iac IacVicar
Vicar secretary of the Loaguo of Am American Amrlean ¬
erican Municipalities and the repre repress repreIwntaUve ¬
ss IwntaUve ntat1ve tatlve of The Times outlined the thecampaign thocampaign I
campaign against the ga gs companies at ata ata
a meeting m Ung of the th Pet PeLwortk worth Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizenllIoclMion
Association in the home of D J Par Partello Partollo
tello 4414 Eighth tghth street last Et t night At Atthe Atthe
the conclusion of his hI address addre D DT DTPartello J JPartello
Partello J j I Painter and H S S Selden Seldenweore lden ldenwere I
were appointed apPointed a committee to draft draftresolutions draltr
resolutions r ollUon indorsing the efforts of the theCommissioners theComml th thCommleslooer i
Comml Commissioners lonct8 and the citizens to t ob obtain obtain ¬
tain tam better better and cheaper gas gasSupport papSupport
Support Commissioners CommissionersThe
The Commissioners said l Colonel ColonelMacVlcar ColonelMAc I
MAc MacVlcar Vlcar have after Riving gLvh careful carefulconsideration carefulconsldraUon I
consideration to the arguments of the thecounsel thecounsel th I
counsel for the gas a companies doterm determined dotermintd ¬
med to stand pat on their original in intention Intention ¬
tention to ask Congress to suspend the theJaw tho1aw th thlaw i
Jaw under which th the corporations are areendeavoring aretndeavorlog wendeavorIng
endeavoring to Increase Inc their capital capitalstock capitalstfk
stock They have shown that they theyare theyare the theare
are thoroughly In sympathy with the theefforts thotiorts th thfCorte
efforts of the people to prevent a fur further further further ¬
ther watering of > the stocks of that thatmonopoly thatmonopoly tha thamonopoly
monopoly and are not to b be dissuaded dissuadedfrom dasuadedfrom deuadefrom
from the proper course In this they theydeserve they1e the thedeserve
deserve 1e erve the unqualified support of as associations asoclaUons acOe1atiOfli ¬
sociations such as yours yoursIf yoursIf yoursIf
If the evils of the gas system of ofthe orthe o I r
the District are ever to be cured now nowis no nois nov
is the time to apply the remedy remed If Ifthe Iethl I I T
the gas companies are successful 8ucce sCul in inadding Inadding l ladding ml i
adding to their capitalization the thechances thechances th C i
chances of ever obtaining a reduction reductionin a 1
in price will be greatly Iy lessened lessenedI 1 es en ed edI
I have ha brought to t my m attention ev 0 evy
> y > day complaints of citizens clU ns who say R Rthat y
that notwithstanding notjth tandln there ther has been beena bee beea n yn i
a reduction in the price of gas from froanl frol 0 i
125 l i to 1 there thl has been no reduction xi 1
in i1 the bills Therefore the question questionof
of If pressure pn > H ure and quality qut1lt Is equally qU as a
Inj h lriprtant llrtnt rtiint aa that of the price pricePay pricePay
Pay for Gas Never Used UsedIn UsedIn
In my opinion many gas s meters by byreason b brtASIn I f
reason of the excessive pressure are areregistering arertgl6tering ar e e
registering yss as front which too con conMimer conJ11I a
Mimer I J11I derives rivH no benefit yet 7 t for which whichIIP whichII whic h
IIP II ii Is required reqttr to pay payColcnl PA PACole
Colcnl Cole n 1 M McV1cr acYlcar c Vicar cited the case or the theConsolidated thelonlolldated th e
Consolidated G Gsa S Company of Now foW York Yorkas Y Yor Yoras rk rkas k i
as a parallel paraJ 1
case to the condition pre prevailing prevaiang ¬
vailing in the District DistrictThe Dl3lrlctThe DistrictThe
The people of the State of New York Yorka Yor Yora
a 11 represented rCP1Plfented in the senate and assem assembly a m mt1y j ¬
bly lie e said kl appointed a a committee committeeto committ committtn
to Investigate In tI < < atfo the business bul ne s of manufac manufacturing manuract ¬
turing t rllg selling IIIng and distributing dl5trlbtlUn gas in I a
Nw V York city The chairman of this thistornmlttee th is R
tornmlttee > 1mtttee was wa Frederick F erlck R Stevens a n
wealthy Nlah and experienced fxp rlencetl business bu lnestl man nci a i
Tvli i < is himself a manufacturer of gas C
flit nl rounecl was w Charles E Hughfei Hug 5
n v sovvrnor o rnor of New Yorl YorkNew YorlNew
New York Lost Cheap Gas GasThis GasThis GasThis
This committee c mmlttee
found that the com company con conpan ¬
pany pan can manufacture sell and dis dl a ¬
tribute gas u at t 75 i cents oon a a thousand and andtarn andE3In ar si sicaln 1
tarn a reasonable r nabl profit on Its invest investment Jnvtmtt t L ¬
ment The Legislature Je tllaturc thereupon al a i l ¬
lowed a mareli n3rgl of safety and fixed xed the therate thetclte U Urite ac iac
rate at SO O cents centsThe cent centTho centsThe
The company brushed aside the State Stat t
Juilclary joJ lal went into the
United States Statescircuit Statesellcult Stat ci cicircuit
circuit court and pleaded that the le
people p op ple pleIf
of If New N W York
were about to take its itsproperty 1tMproJerty i ts tsproperty
property without due process proce of if law
A Federal Feden Judge straightway issued leew hi I
an order restraining the people peo > le of New Ne w
York from enforcing their
own laws lay g
against one of their t telr own creatures
and ax u
the whole hole issue both of law and of f
fnct was u then referred to a master J II ter in n
chancery dtancer After long delays the ief ae 1 1
er Erpf < sustained tho
corporation holding hoidli lv
that In addition to It ItM
right to earn Nrn rea re a ¬
sonable nable dividends on the original invent Inve it
nient nlf ent > nt and on the th vVlue
present pr nt Iue ue of tiie t me e
physical ph IIlral property proJH > rty It has also 180 the right rig ot
to tt t earn dlvldemls on the
market mark t value vali lLtU
of the franchises which the people
it to enable > nablfll eave ga
t It to perform a public public nor erv V
ire iN Or to put It in another form tonne after alt er
tae 7 7Ople > ope Ie have created a monopoly
1
they must let It enjoy enjo all tho fruits of
the monopoly monopolyLook monopolLook monopolyLook
Look to Congress for Relief ReliefTherefore RelicfThereore ReliefTherefore
Therefore without wishing to dis disparage dhrlara dl s sparae ¬
parage lara e the judiciary Judlc It Is to Congress Congressrather Congre 55 55rather s srather
rather than the th
te courts that ww w must muatok mu tat
Ink ok for relief In the present pr nt instance instanceAt InstanceAt 1nstanceAt
At the t 1e conclusion of his address addre ddrs Os Osolorel
Colore olorel MaeVloar was U given glv a risitg rJ refi lrt lrtote it itvote
vote ote of If thanks by bv the association associationThe MOelationTh
The Th secretary retary D J T Partello
wa was di directed dlrlted x II IIreeted ¬
rected to inquire of the Board of i Edu Education Ed Edatlon U Ucation ¬
cation as to why the building bulIdIn on Sfcep Sb 1
hTd street which whlchls Is to provide quarters qlarteCfor qar 55
for the primary grades graJe of the Petwortk Petwortkschool PelOItfchool Petwor tIe tIexehooI
school is I not ready for occupancy OCCUpflnC
The committee on the erection of the t he
town to1 hall reported progress progressCHINESE progr progressK1ESE 8S 8SCHINESE
CHINESE GIANT PAYS PAYSUOO
1400 TO US U S TREASURY TREASURYPROVIDENCE TREASURYPROVIDE I V 1 1PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE PROVIDE CE R I Dec 1L lLShang LSha Bhang rag
Bailey formerly known as Barnums Barnes S S 1
Chinese giant and in later years rs a a rod roe d
house keeper and still later a reformer reform at I
has remitted to tho United States Gov Government Govfmmtnt G Gernment ¬
ernment Jl4 1 l4 which whl h
he received roeeh as pen pension ponIlnn pc pcslcrn ¬
sion so IO he told a congregation con cgaUon In the
Second S nd Presbyterian Church lut night nigi to
Shang said his conscience would ould not notallow notRlIow y mat
allow 1Iow him to keep the money as he had lv ad
made a statement that he had received recetv ed
a gunshot wound woundThis woundTh1s
This Is not all tho money he has re re ¬
turned so he said lei but sums ranging rangi
from fit W 1 to JlCO which were spent by
men who have been at his nJaaa vaoo iaoll on a
bat a have been beo returned The coming comi cominf
of the Winer saloon Mlef n man was well eIt her lv ¬
aided aldt > d and there s seeomd eemd a general Inter lot ¬
est Ill in Shanes story of bow he saw ii w
the light lI ht f
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WOMAN N OMAN DROWNED DROWNEDIN
IN FERRY CRASH CRASHomen
I I ITrampled
Women W omen and Children Are AreTrampled
Trampled T Following East EastRiver EastRiver
River Collision CollisionN1SW CollisionI
I
N1SW N Ntod EW YORK ORK Doc 11 ItIt It developed developedtoday devcloJeltoocy developelay
t today tod ay that th U the collision hetween thn thnFall th thFall tbil
Fall Falcro l River liner Providence and an the thecrowded thecrowded thewded
crowded cro crocoo wded ferryboat Baltic last night nighto nllte4a1t
L LMi e4a1t coo o t at least one life The Th body of Mhss Mhssraphar Mlsry 1Ias 1IasMl1lj
Mi Ml1lj Ma Marp ry AmY Pl1tchard a young nnl st stonug stonughsr < nog nographer
raphar rp rpfro hsr jf f 20 O Sidney place ivas a8 tnJteii tnJteiifrom tnUllfrOin tnenm
from fro m tho rIver today t day It was identified identifiedby Idanttficdbj Identiftetther
by bywa hor watch 8tch and am later It developed deY Iped she shewas sheg he
was wa 8 on the th Baltic at the time of tho thocrash thocIA8h thesh
crash cra craliv sh It g not known If any other otherlives IJthrIIv otheres
Mv lives livlog es wer verj lost but The he police are mak making makIng makan ¬
m ing an Inquiry InquiryThe InqJlryThe Inquiryhe
The T he otJcers of the stoimboat Jasper Inspection In8pcctlor Jasperservice ¬
tion t1o service s rvlce are investigating the cause causeof caunothe
I c of the collision Both captains declare declareIt dcclatUwas doclaruwas
It was due to tho heavy Ja V fog that pre prevailed prevailed preled ¬
vailed rai led at the time timeThe tIm tImlbe tinashe
The T he Providence one of the largest largeststeamboats lRtgtstste largestamboats
steamboats ste mboats of o the th Fall River line bound boundup boundup boundthe
up the East river for Fall River droxeher droohor drove drover
her he r steel stem st m into the guard and cabin cabinon eaIJnon calinthe
on the vomens side sld of the Baltic of ofthe ortbe ofe
the th e Wall Vall street ferry crowing the river riverto rIverto riverBroodyn
to Brooklyn at about ten minutes to G Coclock Goclock Glock
oclock oc lock last la t night nightThere nightThere nighthere
There T here were at least 1000 men women womenand womend omen omenand
and an d children on the ferryboat and the thecrash thech theash
crash cr ash drov drove them to a a frenzy Men Mentrampled MenI Menmpled
I trampled tra mpled on women omen and children as 88the asey
they the th than ey scrambled rambled for the life preservers preserversand pretlcrversAnd preierversd
and an d their cries heard on the Manhattan Manhattanshore Manhattanore
shore sh ore told first of the accident in the timeg
fog fo g As both vessels drifted down downstream downstrMm downeam
stream str eam with the strong ebb tide and andthe ande
the th thalo e cries crie grew gr w fainter word was passed passedalung paseidalun passedng
alung alun alo ng the East river that a terrible terribleaster
disaster dis aster had occurred occurredMeanwhile occurrdMe occurredMeanwhile
Me Meanwhile nwhlle in midstream as the two twoats
boats bo ats drifted down the terror continued continuedas continuedfrenzied
as frenzied passengers on the th Baltic Balticsought Balticsought Balticught
sought no asno ught to reach the decks of the Provi Providence Providence Province ¬
dence de nce Capt G F Chase of the steam steamboat 8teamboat steamat ¬
boat bo at kept the boats hanging together togetherLadders togetherladders togetherdders
Ladders La dders were set from tho deck eck ot the theferryboat theferryboat therrvboat
ferryboat fo rrvboat and most of them wearing wearinge e rlns
life lif lifp e preservers pr 1crs more than two hundred hundredpersons hundredptf80ns hundredrseflS
persons p rseflS including women and children childrengained childrenIned childrenined
gained ga Ined the deck of the Providence In a ahysterical ahsterlel asterical
hysterical hy sterical condition conditionFinds conditionFinds conditioninds
Finds F inds Gold Lake LakeIn LakeIn LakeIn
In Alaska Wilds WildsSays WildsSays
Says Prospector ProspectorSEATTLE
SEATTLE Wash ash Dec llJ G I Hos Hosler HoaJer lIosr
ler he r is back from Alaska with a weird weirdtale weirdle
tale ta le about a lake of gold He says BaS he behILS lies
has ha s discovered dJ ered the lake and as proo proobrouJllt proof proorought
brought br ought with Ith him a pouch of nuggets nuggetsorth nuggetsoth
worth n orth over ovoxuo 1MMK 1 > Hosier Ho ler visited an anarsay anally anI
ally as I office and told of his find findHe firdHe flrdHe
He said that three months ago he met metan metIndian
an Indian north of Bellingham Belllngh m who wh had hadshot hadot
shot sh ot his SQUAW after she had beaten beatenhim beatenm
him hi m and was in hiding hlchn The Indian be bccome became beine
come Ca ine sick and Hosier cared for him hintut
Out O ut of gratitude he showed him to a
take la lagf ke wh where re there ther wow O counties count1 M nug nuggets nuggtll ¬
gets gf ts The Indiana he says worship orst1p the thenuggets thtnuggots theuggets
nuggets n and drop them back into the
lake la ke One night he h told an l ottictal of
the th t h assay Y offlce he slipped > > into the thecold thecold theold
cold c old water ater of tho th lake being careful Lar < < tul to toavoid toavdtd tovOid
avoid a vOid the superstitious Indians and in ina Ina
a N few hours collected the nuggets h hirought
brought b beck with him He says tys the timendians
Indians I call the H body > ody of water the Lake tc tcor
of o f Gold GoldDR GoldDR GoldR
DR D R J W FROSTS WILL WILLFAILS WILLFAILS
FAILS UNDER UNDERCOIJRT COURT TEST TESTThe TESTThe TESTThe
The will of Dr John W Frost will willbe wille 11I 11Ibe
be b e set aside a lde and his estate of about Aboutfi6f about5O
fi6f 78CO T 5O will be divided among mon his brothers brth rs rssatertI
and 5 041 sisters The Jury in Justice Bar Barnards Barards
nards n ards court after hearing the facts factsIn factsIn factsn
In I n the case CA returned a verdict that Dr DrProt DrlrOtft Drroot
Prot 1 root was wa insane at the time he made madethe madethe madehe
the t he will willUnder willlooer willUnder
Under the terms of the will a life lifeinterest lifeIntert lifenterest
IA interest Intert I nterest t and 30 a month was given Miss MissAda MItISAdlL
Ada A ds Frost and the remainder of tli tlifstate thctate time timestate
fstate e state was bequeathed to three nephews nephewEAds
Miss M Ads Frost Mrs In Helen Bostwlck BostwlckL HoetWIrKEzrtI
Ezra E zra R It Frost and Charles D Frost Frostst Frosttiter
sister st titer and brothers of the testator testatorbrought t teetatorrought tator tatorbrouht
brought b action to break the will willDied willDied wmhiDied
Died DiedMANSFIBUD DiedtAXSFIELDU DiedMANSFIVLDAt
MANSFIBUD tAXSFIELDU At 115 Tu TuealilY Tueda lny morning mQf ln lnMARGARET
MARGARET ANNA MANSFIELD widowoC widowof widow widowof
of the late John T MdnsAHd M nftfld and mother motherof motherof motherof
of Mr Mrs HAttie F Church < burda and Mrs In Thomas ThumMA
A iM Stephen StephenFUnenLl StephensFuneral i n
Fun Funeral ral from ffm re residence ld iic 1WO C street streetBouthw atreft8OUUest streetThursdy
Bouthw 8OUUest t Thursday afternoon at 230 It ItDE ItDE
DE MINT MIXTOn On Saturday Satu December 7 1047
GEORGE X DX D MINT MIo MIoaGrge LITGeorge
George N D De Mint died at the re residenceof residence ldence ldenceot
of hU d daughter Mrs I J J 7 Kor Forsythe > th 1733
Twelfth street B eet northwest JIOrth yesterday lie liewas lIers liewas
was a or3t itattVe ht of Waterloo ata Ill and 1 eighty eightysire eightyyears
years rs oki He was a f farmer wth exten extensire x
sire 8 agricultural Interests and suece successfully fully
followed that vocation all his hi life Several Severalyean Scvpralyears Severalyears
years ago ag h he retired from active life and andcame andaune an4this
came to this tht city to re reside We with Mrs MrsForaythe MrsForsythe In
Foraythe Fon the hi hM only onl child chlWVALUACB childi childVALLACOTi
< ALLACJCOn VALUACB On Tuesday TUMda December D m 10 197 197at 19jat 1907at
at 14 1 p m at th the re residence l < lenoe of hU hi grand grandfatMr ¬
father Chief ChlerJU8tte Jo Justice tlc Fuller THOMAS THO A Ad B Beldest
M d eld eldest t son on of Hugh lIu h C itod nd Mildred
Fuller Wallace of Tacoma Wash Ya h agej
fourteen years yearsSMITH yea18SMITHOn yearsSMITHOn
SMITH SMITHOn On Moaday December t 1907 at her herrtMrfdenee herreMdeaee herresidence
residence the Alabama KMMA 3LMA JUIUEN JUIUENwife JtIIEXwife JIJLIENwile
wife of the hue Capt apt James E L Smith and
daughter of the late Robert R J 7 and Mao 1Ial 1IalADn
Ann Roche RocheWIDMEYER RocheWIDMEYEROn RocheWIDMYROn
WIDMEYEROn WIDMEYER On Wednesday December 11 IIltei
1897 at 115 11 a m at her residence 112 1l IllS
Seventh street northwest EM2ABETH
beloved Jeved wife of Charles F WWmeyer ldneyer
Mrs Wldm Wld Widmoyar y r was thirtylive years of ofand orand ofase
ase and had lived In Washington all her
life She was closely affiliated with the theaffairs thealflr theaffairs
affairs of St Marys Catholic Church and andwaa andwsa andwas
was a member of the Sodality of the th
Blessed Virgin She U I survived by h hr hrCbarln > r
husband Charles WMmeyer idmeTel and by four
brothers brothersBONE brotlHlNlBONEQn
BONE BONEQn On Tuesday TUe 4ay Doe December mbr 10 IXC 19 < < r at
550 S M p m at her residence r ITS Latnont Lamontstreet Lamntstreet Latnontstreet
street northwest n rthwo8t CART ANN AN LEAVY bs 1 >
tovcd wife of Wallace G Bon Bone BnneIIuMral
Funeral from residence Thursday T Tcem De Decem Decan >
cem It I at 11 a m Interment Rock Crek Cr ek
Cemetery CemeteryKentucky CemetpryKentucky CemeteryKentucky
Kentucky patters plea pleue copy I It ItKLINE ItKIINEOn itKrINEOn
KLINE KIINEOn On Tuesday December 10 1907 at
1M 1 1S25 Jefferson avenue a n northwest PETER
KLINE XI INE aged a sixtyfour sixtyfourFuneral alxtytourFUn sixtyfourFuneral
Funeral FUn ral from his hi late residence 1033 183 Jef ¬
ferson avenue northwest Thursday Tbuma De December DeCmber Decomber ¬
comber 12 at 230 10 oclock ock > ck It ItUNDERTAKERS ItUNDERTAKERS ItUNDERTAKERS
UNDERTAKERS UNDERTAKERSJ
J r WILLIAM LEE LEE1cDEZITAItE
TTHDZETAICER 1cDEZITAItE AK A AND 17VEBT LiVZyo r nY il
332 32 o Pa Ave N W V Washington Vashln on D C
Telephone TelePhOfleMJn Main 1385 1385FUNERAL 1385FUNERAL 1385FUNERAL
FUNERAL DESIGNS DESIGNSFUNERAL DESIGISFUNERAL
FUNERAL DESIGNS DESIGNSof > I
of every des dererirmtlonmoderately rlptlon moderately od pricei e
GUDE GUDEAlways GUDEAlways GUDEAlways
Always the Same SamsTharps SameTharps >
Tharps TharpsBerkeley TharpsBerkeley
121 Berkeley l Rye i iSc1al
812 X1 1 Street ST 2 VT W phone Hals TTaL 1HJ 1HJSaeclal 1143pcc1ol
Saeclal Private Delivery
150 Teddy r rBears 00
Bears B ears earswe
14 Inches High Highgood HighI Mghcame
We came across this splendid lot lotof lotf
of o f btJ bears ra most unexpectedly Wo Wobought Weought
I bought b ought them them considerably under underprIce underrice
prIce p rice and 110 can off oitir r you 11 the big blgRest bigent
Rest g ent Teddy Bear In the city at atNatural
31 00 Natural color colorrOWn
bg lJrJWn b rOWn fur all have haveolcee 1 1OO 00
g good ood voices olcee
Ifs ItsHere sHere Here Ladies adies Our OurAnnual Annual Sale ITITC I r rof
of BJauner Bros Entire Stock of ofW SU 3 U ITS I I 3 15 I IWorners 95
W Worners ornens and Misses HighGrade
Vorth S25 25 to toSurpassing 60 60Surpasing 60Surpassing
Surpassing any purchase ever made by us or any other Washington Wasbingt n Store StoreIt Storesi
si e It has been our custom for yearsto years to buy the surplus stocK of Blauner Bros of 1824 West 18th 18thSt 18thst 18thSt
St N Y at this season Washington women are familiar with the astonishing values offered by this thisyearly thisyearly thisv
v i yearly distribution of fine garments arinents This time we can give assurance of the greatest moneys worth worthever worthever wortht
t I ever offered Blauner Bros are celebrated as maKers of only the highest hig est grade suits and many of ofthe ofthe s si sthe
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the seasons s asonsexclusive exclusive styles are originated by b their designers designersCutaway designersThe designersTh
The Th f Broadcloths Cutaway Military r I
1 Chiffon Broadcloths Thp Front FrontDouble Blue RJ B3U Brown R Tan TanGreen TmMaterIals
Straight
The JtvleS Styles Th The f Colors fllllM I
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1 I MaterIals Venetians Cheviots Double and Single SmgteBreasted Green Wine Garnet GarnetCardinal GarnetAre OarnetI
I A N Are flrp pi Fancy Worsteds Ar itt e Breasted Lengths from Ar itt e Cardinal Gray Black Blackf
I flic Lii U Serges 27 to 42 mches mchesThe i I IThe iI
I P The tailoring of these suits is is of the highest order Linings iinings are taffeta or satin There are severely modeled styles stykswith a < A
I i i with V little or no ornamentation and richly trimmed effects of velvet and silk braids Skirts are handsomely pleated and have havefolds t tIS 9 1 1I 5
I folds around the bottoms Striped and mixed effects are just as plentiful as the plain colors Choice of suits worth 25 30
Iii i 35 40 50 and 60 60It 60It j jIt
It Is necessary to maKe a small charge for alterations owing to tho sensationally low price You need py P 7 only what the work costs C t us
GIFT BARGAINS BARGAINSBeautiful
Beautiful B I and useful presents s offer many r saving opportunities for tomorrow m w
At 25c 25cHundreds 25cHundreds 25cHundreds
Hundreds of acceptable articles articlesReceivers articlesincluding articlesncluding
including i Fancy Inkstands Hair HairReceiv HairReceivers
Receivers Receiv rs Nut Sets Candlesticks CandlesticksBoxed CandlesticksJ CandlesticksJBoxed CandlesticksBoxed
Boxed Perfumery Smokers Sets SetsOxidized SetsOxidized SetsOxidized
Oxidized Paper Cutters Chil Childrens Childrens Childrens ¬
drens Work Boxes Handpainted HandpaintedPlacques HandpaintedPlacque5 HandpaintedPlacques
Placques and Childrens Silver Silverplated Sitverplated Silverplated
plated Table Sets consisting of ofknife ofe ofr ofknife
knife fork r and a spoon spoonChoice O 25 C CChoice
Choice ChoiceNew e 3v 3vNew c clew
New Collars with ilh long Pendant PendantTabs PendantTabs FondantTabs
Tabs made of Slimy chiffon and andtrimmed siedtrimmed ad adtrimmed
trimmed with lace and satin Un ribbon ribbonMany ribbonIany ribbonMany
Many Iany dainty styles 1Itt separately
boxed
25C 25 and 50C 50CJewelry 50cJewelry 5QCJewelry
Jewelry JewelryVast
Vast assortment a ortment of gold kI Brooch BroochStickpins Br BrStlckpln BroochdStickptns
Stickpins and Finger Kings In plain plainstyle plaingtyletl an anstyles
style or set with brilliant stones stonesspecial stonessp4clI tOIU tOIUJJJHClal
special values val at at25C at25C
25C 25 and 50C 50CEmbroidered 50cEmbroidered SOCEmbroidered
Embroidered C9at Sets SetsWomen dfs dfsomens fs fsWomens
Women Womens omens Coat sets of t test r st white whitematerial whitematnRI whitematenal
material consisting con latJng of coS C ce cehera f r
lars and cuffs to match matchh 2 5 XC XCheavily C Cheavily
heavily h ea vlly embroidered embroideredShaving embroideredShaving embroideredShaving <
Shaving Sets SetsMade Setsade SetsMade
Made ade of ebonoW In vartoas styles stylesand atyle8and styleSand
and sizes 81ze stz All mounted on bases basesto batII8to basesto
to match Comb shaving sbaln brush brushmirror bnuthmtrror bruihmirror
mirror and mug some Ttth 1 th hair hairbrushes hlrbrushes hairbrushes
brushes
250 to S650 650
1525 54inch 54inchBroadcloth 54inchBroadcloth I
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terials and workmanship 3Ii and 3S inch sizes Rainproof tops of tapeedge
American Taffeta or best Gloria Handles in endless variety arletylong long gold all ¬
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Were overcrowded with toys and are forced to cut the prices deeply to avoid carry ¬
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and shirred bands Black and the thestaple thestaple theste
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able colors Regular Regulai50 5 0 0
750 values valuesSpecial valuesSpecial Iues e eSpecial
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pleated umbrella umbr ruffle Ex Excellent Exceilent 5 Sww Swwcellent 9
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silk Made with open backs bA ks and
94 4 4 sleeves new nc surplice front neatly neatlyshirred Beatlyshirred neatlyshtrretl
shirred with Uh five crossrcws of lace
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down entire front and back Sleeve
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styles silk isle sIo embroidered embroider medium mediumweight medlcmweight medIumweight
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pair full fashioned 29c
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hand Ties in all the thecorrect thecorr thecorrect
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400 Steelgeared Automo Automobiles Automobiies Automotiles ¬
tiles strongly made and andhandsomely andhandsomely andhandsomely
handsomely painted painted323 325 325S500
5500 500 Automobiles Automobiles396 Automobiles3965oo 398
500 Rubbertired Automo Automobiles Autoroobiles Automoles ¬
biles v398 3 l
600 Rubbertired Rubber ti d Automo Automobiles Automobiles AtMomobes ¬
biles S498 S49875i 498
750 Rubbertired Antonio7 Antonio7bites Auiomo Auiomobiies Automohues
bites 598
1200 Rubbertired Auto Automobiles Autonroies Autonlob ¬
mobiles nlob es 898 898Childrens 898Childrens
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2 230 5U Large Lag Wicker Rockers Rckera175 175 1 i5
2 i5 Large Lpholstered Rocker 1S t
CHILDRENS 150 759 COATS made madeof madeor madeof
of imported broadcloth in several severalstyles severalstyles veral
styles the lot embracing all sizes
Some are plainly tailored with Uh em ¬
broidered emblems embl nul on sleeves
Others are more liberally trimmed
All are doublebreasted ivith box
backs and have roll collars and cuffs
Colors are red blue tan tanand t f f
and brown Slaes 2 to 6 6years vbA U 9 X 8
years ye rs Choice ChoiceCHXLDRENS SJ SJCHILDRENS
CHILDRENS CHrLr > RE S J6W 6 600 COATS of
heavy red Paca cloth with th black
velvet elvet collars cuffs and andbuttons Q p r
buttons Sizes 2 4 1 6 6and 2 5 U Uand 9
and S years Special at
Adlers reliable Walking Gloves Glovesmade GloE8mad
made mad of heavy cape kid in mannish mannishstyle mannishstJe mannishstyle
style much sought after by women womenof womenor
of fashion all the tan tanand G 4 fir fir12button
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sell en regularly at 400 made of ofst
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all the wanted shades shadesand shadesand q > 2 U 9 X Xand 8
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for Men and Women
We v are lucky indeed to secure secu re the sample line of Vomens Stocking and Mens Me s Half Hose from
this worldfamous house just when holiday shoppers are looking for practical gifts gift
LORD AND TAYLORS Hosiery has rn r rival for excellence of materials of
ship shin and purity nuritv of dye dye Choose from three bar hrixin in assortments perfection workman
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Scoree of artistic renaissance designs designswith dflalgnswith designswith
with linen Un centers 54 Inches long lc > ng
The price we name is lese than the theregular thergular theregular
regular wholesale figure owing to
the lot being sacrificed to us at a
fractional price Choice TSc lSc
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SLW LM St StAw Stasiacared > Jeared l eared Wagons WagonsW2i 75e 75eL > > e eL1i I
W2i L1i L Steelgeared Steel < < farfld Wagons 8 < < on 9Sc 3Sct 9ScSteel8
124 t Steelg Steelgeared red ed Wagons WagODSL5 WagODSL5GoCarts Waone175GoCarts L75 L75GoCarts
GoCarts GoCartsSI
SI 100 00 Folding Gocarts 59c
150 Reclining R Clinin Gocarts 5119 L 119 19
250 Gocarts Go carts reclining
front f t and back 198
350 Rubbertired Reclin Reclining ReclinGoarts Reclinrng ¬
ing rng Gocarts 295 295S500
S500 500 Rubbertired Reclin Reclining Redinjn RecliningGocarts ¬
ing jn ingGocarts Gocarts 395 1936cxl
600 Rubbertired Reclin Reclining Reclining Reclining ¬
ing Gocarts 495 495EagHsh 495Engtisb 495Engish
EagHsh Perambulators of ofbest ofbest ofbest
best upholstered leather leatherwith 1eatberwith leatherwith
with reversible tops topsbrown top t o p 5 5brown sbrown
brown black and green
495 and 595
Sensible Presents for forLittle
Little Folks
CHILDRENS 54W 418 COATS COATSglossy or ofglossy
glossy curly bearskin unequalled un uaIled for forservice for5enke forService I
service and appearance appearanceDoublebreastea Q f ff
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gant white bearskin bear kln warm rm and last ¬
ing Heavily lined throughout
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and od deep roll collar and cuffs ufs Trim Trimmed Trimmood ¬
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I all plain colors as well ll as scores of
stripes plaids plaJ s and embroidered embroideredstyles
I styles Choice l lie 19cTrimmed c cTrimmed
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Worth 55 3 4 and 55 55BeforeHoliday S5BHoreHollday 5 5BeforeHoliday
BeforeHoliday Clearance > of a big
lot of our most beautiful auurul models de designed d dsigned dosigned ¬
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and Mittens with fur tops
lined with warm fleece the thep001b50 pr prproper
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for their warmth leather leatherpainas 5 Sii 0 C Cpalms
palms painasOur JvT JvTThese I IOur
Our Celebrated CelebratedJubilee CelebratedJubilee
Jubilee Dolls at
100 100Th
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high h h and are made for strength as aswell aswell aswell
well as beauty BallJointed through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out with unbreakable steel st l wire and andrubber andrubber andrubber
rubber cords < handsewed band eWM wlgR In Inevery Inevery inevery
every natural shade moving movln eyes to tomatch tomatch tomatch
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6 < Dolls M inches high 1475 475 475l
1860 880 l Dol Dolls 33 inches high t67S t67SOO 875
1900 OO Dolls IS inches high hl < < h 875 SjiILOO
1100 Dolls S4 Inches high 975
1300 Dolls 36 inches high hl high1L75 high1L75All < < JILTS JILTSAll
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