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r-fsrfwp'---rrTwrYri- 7'' f nf"iri?r' -T!--ji't- ( ..ww,. ;-w??--.mtw imp 7 HE WASHINGTON TIMES, THTJKSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1912. OF FAST SWEEPING AN Blutf Army of Defense Again Forced Back By the $m Reds. HEADQUARTERS BLUE ARMT, Redding, Conn., Aug. 15. Another vic tory was recorded for tho Red army of Invasion today In the campaign for the icapturo of New York city, and tho Blue army -of defense was forced back tb this point, where the final stand will be made tomorrow. In ihelr victories the Blue army has retreated fifteen miles from Its original battle line. Its base of supplies has been left wholly unprotected, and the Red army Is within striking distance of the, New York, New Haven and Hart ford railroad. Secretary of War Stlmson reached i here today and saw the end of the fighting that began at dawn and re sulted In a rout of the Blues. Brig. Gen. 'Thomas H. Barry, superintendent of West Point Military Academy, was an other Interested spectator. Today's re treat was accomplished under cover of artillery and with cavalry protecting the rear ranks. At the conclusion of their retreat Brig. Oen. Albert L. Mills, commander of the Blues, left with his staff and a troop of ,the Tenth United States Cavalry at Red ding, fifteen miles west of the line of battle. Two miles In front are two companies of the Second Regiment, Field Artillery, which took up a position on a range of hills where it could sweep the surrounding country. The First Provisional Infantrv Brig ade, composed of the Fifth United States Infantry and the First Regiment of Vermont, retreated from Eastvillage westward to a position three miles west of Upper Stepney. The Blues' right flank, composed of the Second New York Brigade, con , talnlng the three Brooklyn regiments, together with the First and Second i New York Cavalry, after leaving Bridgeport, took up a position near TAshua Hill, about ten miles to the northwest. This morning, after being defeated in fierce fighting with the Second Con necticut Regiment of the Red army, the First Blue brigade, composed of ' the First, Fourth, and Fifth Regiments New Jersey National Guard, deserted their position between Huntington and Walnut Tree Hill, which thev had oc cupied for the past four daj s, and i hastened westward. Six troops of the Tenth United StateB Cavalry protected the rear. Bv these marches a new line of de fense was formed stretching for seven miles from Upper Stepnev to Tashua Hill, and this section will be the scene of the, battle Saturday. Bomb-Dropping Prize In French Contests Is Won By American Signal Corps experts of the United States Army are greatly Interested In the future prospects of making the aeroplane a powerful factor In case of a war with a foreign power. In addition to being elated over the splendid show lag of the army aviators in the Con necticut maneuvers, now being held, 'they are more than pleased with Lieut.. 1 B. S. Scott's winning of the Legrand 1 15,000 prize for bomb dropping in France. Last September Lieutenant Scott spent ten days at the ArmyAviatlon School, at College Park, experimenting with non-explosive bombs. On several' occa sions Lieutenant Scott, as passenger In I a Wright biplane, dropped two eighteen pound non-explosive bombs with re markable accuracy. The Aero Club of France arranged a bomb dropping contest. Lieutenant Scott, with tho instrument he Invented and used at College Park, entered the contest and won the first prize. In the contest for the Legrand purse, Lieuten ant Scott dropped fifteen non-explosive bombs from an altitude of 2,400 feet, eight of which hit a target 170 feet long by 40 feet wide. The other seven came within a few feet to either side of the object. FRIEDLANDER BROS. CLOTHING SALE GREATEST EVENT OP THE SEASON Entire Stock Marked at Half Price and Less. An Opportunity of Immense Money-Saving Im portance to Men and Young Men. All Former Records for Sensational Low Pricing Smashed By The Present Clearance Sale Friedlander Bros, store, corner of Ninth and E streets, is the "mecca for astute clothing, furnishings, and shoe buyers these days as the result of the remarkable sacrifice sale now In prog ress. In order to dispose of tho entire stock of summer clothing and furnish ings for men and young men at once the most radical sacrifices ever known have been made, thus creating the greatest opportunity for monev saving ever known In the history of this well known establishment. Of so 8tartllntr a nature are the values In this upheaval of clothing prices It Is onlv necessary for buyers to pay the Friedlander store a visit and examine the suits and other summer garments. The price tickets tell their own story of values sacrificed as never before. The bargains that are creating the most enthusiasm are the following: Men's $10 suits, $1.48; men's $12 suits, $5.4$, $13 50 suits, S6.4S; $15 suits, $?.4S, $10.50 suits, JS. IS, $18 suits, $9, and $J0 suits. $10. Men's Priestlev Cravenetted Mohair suits, in a)l shades and sizes, $20 valuo, $9.25 Odds and ends of men s and boys ap parel are being hurried out at amazing reductions, as the following list will show: Boys' Pants, worth up to $1.50, at 'SI cents a pair; Men's Separate Trousers, valuea up to $5, at $1.S9 a puir: Men's $2 White Duck Trousers, at 93 vents a pair; Men's Serge Coats, &7 value, at $3 apiece; Men's 75-cent Office Coats, sizes 33 to 37. for 15 cents; lot of Men's L.uen and Sill; Pongee sultt;, values up to $10, at $3.25 a suit. There are styles and patterns to pleaso .all tastes and sizes to fit all figures. Unless vou want to miss the greatest money saving chance In years, you must not miss this unprecedented bale. Act at once and pocket a naif and more than a half of tho usual cost of new auauner apparel. ARMY INVASION TOWARD NEW YORK NAGEL SAYS THREE CAN LIVE ON $25 Secretary Reverses Ruling of New York Immigrant Of ficials, Who Declared Amount Insufficient for One Week's Support of Family. Can three persons live on $25 a week 7 Secretary Nagel, of the Department of Commerce and Labor, thinks they cun and on his belief reversed the action of the Immigration officials at New York, who barred Mary and Ccclle Fleming from the port on the ground that their future support would be the $25 a week earned by John F. Byrne, a newspaper reporter. , There nie several, thousand Govern ment clerks In Washington who know that three and sometimes six or eight persons can live on $25 u week, aB tho average salary in the classified servlco In Washington Is $1,079 a yeur, or $-0.75 per week. The question determined by Secretary Naccl was whether the two women, aged llfty-slx and fifty-eight, both aunts, or the newBDapor man, were likely to I become public cfiarges. Ho decided mey were noi. There are Government employes who work for only $240 a year, fc a month. They support themselves, although It is not known that any of these em ployes support families on this wage. In every department, however, there are a few employes who have shown practical aversion to race suicide and who, as a result, arc taking care of large families on less money than young Byrnes earns. The attitude of departmental or divi sion heads Is that forced by existing circumstances. In reply to the question of whether three persons can live on $25 a week the eminently practical reply Is that they can If thoy can get It: If they cannot they live on loss, and they wave their hand toward various sections of Washington, where Government clerks live to Indicate where one can obtain first-hand Information. Not Many Luxuries. The families who live on less than $25 a week may not have many luxuries, but they are not In want nor have they been forced to even a low standard of living. At the same time Washington Is well up In the front rank of cities where it is expensive to live. Outside of Washington the average salary paid all employes la $928 a year, $151 less than the average within the District. Twenty-five dollars a week amount to $1,300 a year. In the classified servlco there Is no such salary, the gradation being from $1,200 to $1,100. According to the latest figures complied by the United Stntes Civil Service Commission there are 13,445 Government clerks who receive less than $1,40) a year: a very large number of these ure In the $1,200 class, a trifle over $23 per week. Thero are also 9.10S clerks who receive less than $1,200 for from $20 to $75 a month. This accoupts for 22,553 clerks In this city who receive lebs than Byrne Is paid In New York. Of this number 17,000 employes are males. Various division heads said today that they had no figures to Indicate how many of these men arc married or have families to support. Two of them, who vc-ntured what they termed u "guess,'1 said that at least 25 per cent of the men have families. If this "guess" Ik accepted It would mean that over 4.000 families are getting along on -less than $25 a week. In the War Department. Tn the War Department theie are 1,600 civilian employes. Tho annual pay roll Is $1,$4,000. This Includes the $12,000 paid the Secretary and the comfortable salaries drawn by many division heads. But, Including these good salurles, the average for the civilian emploje 1b only $1,240 a year, a trifle less than $25 a There are 701 employes In the Navy Department, not taking into account any of the men employed at the Navy Yard, and the average pay of them is $1,192. This figure also includes the sal aries of the high officials and, owing to the relatively small number of em ployes, the average clerical salary Is Fancy Sugar-Cured r- -4& Big Money Savers In Best Things to Eat 3 IMPORTANT NOTICE! We Beg to Announce the Opening of Our New Premium Parlors Le Droit Building 8th & F Sts. ("I'SB-") Where we show a complete and enormous selec tion of the A & P Premiums 'which are given free for tickets obtained at all A & P Stores and Market Stands. These Parlors are right downtown, In the conven ient shopping section, only a few Bteps up from the sidewalk, and we want every housekeepetr In Wash ington to visit them and see the thousands of beau tiful premiums we are giving away. Tou are al ways welcome, and the young lady attendant will be glad to show you all the dainty and useful articles In these Parlors. "" Parlors Open from 8:30 A. M. to 1 P. M. and 2 P.M. to 5:30 P. M. Best Elgin Butter, lb .. 31' Main No. 1 rjOC Potatoes, pk UO (f Branch Stores: SQ) ..SQ Market Stands: V 1318 Jtb at. n.w. 61 IB L-VIIVU L.JSk-. ' ' nkfc 1(130 14th Mt. u.w. VTI llTTllVmnfc'PIFIr. Center market. II 25 WUcoimlu nvr. TElII QNI llW rAUril - 5tb K !. mitt. II II M5 II at. ii. wHil-HllllW "" "3 liutwi mitt. a.e. HtU nuil K nil. .. Jw TB k rfl - - AlcxamlrU Mroucb II y IViS Ulli at. "?5wbiUft LKs B"5 KBC St"' JJ well below $1,100, more thart fSOO a year less than what tho Immigration Inspec tors at New Yorki thought was an Im possible minimum for tho sustenance of three persons. Exact ngures on tho employes of the Agricultural Dcpai intent Were noi avail able, but It was stated by both the ap pointment division and the disbursing clerk thattho 3,000 employes there do not avorago moro than $1,0W a year In wages. The. State Department, owing to tho small number of persons employed, pro sents the most favorable showing of Hhy Government Department, including the Secretaty and the heads of divi sions and bureau:!, excepting persons employed In tho foreign service there are 222 persons who are paid $3C7,G0 per year, an uvcrugo of $1,521. The cleri cal force, however, Is not generally bet ter puia mun in otner departments, the hlchei avurace helnsr lnrv-nK- npummtwi higher for by the creator m-onortl'nn nt hh. salaried men In responsible positions. Less Than$i,ooo Yearly. The avetage pay of employes of tin Interior Department Is less than $1,033 per yoar. Thero are approximately 4,603 employes In Washington who are nald. ro'ichly$4.520,000 a year. Figures carefully prepared at the Postofflce Depaitment today show that there are 1.X9 employes oxclusivo of of ficers. The average annual wage of these employes Is $1,082. If to theso fig ures arc added the number nt nriinum and the amount paid them, the nverago The diSDarltV In thpHn wn nmnnnla indicates plainly that tho averuges given ror tno other -departments, which In cluded, as stated, tho high salaries of officials, are In cxcchh nf whnt thn clerks actually receive. Howover, if no allowance were made on this score, tho average, excepting In the State Depart ment, Is less than the $1,300 which the New York officials thought Insufficient for the support of three persons. Tho difficulties encountered bv Gov ernment clerks who have famines nre made plainer when It Is considered that Byrne's two aunts have reached an c which does not reqUIro much expense. Children would require more of cloth ing, of food, amusement, and other things than two women near their sixties. There are several courses opon to the Government clerk who Is tied to tho average $1,079. At one time and another In a day's walk one can find that all of these avenues have been explored. From Hand To Mouth. There Is the clerk who fatuously adds to his wealth by going in debt and then keeps on his feet by paying one bill only to contract another. There is the clerk who rigidly economizes. In this class Is Included the average clerk who has to support a family. There are those who find outside work or vifio conduct a small business after hors. There are several hundred clerks in Washington who add to their Income In this way. There Is hardly a profession which does not have its "sundown," or after hours, member. While the average salary paid Gov ernment employes Is far from munlfi cient, union labor officials arc prone to point out that many skilled artisans make less money and yet support fami lies. In many trades, under existing condl Uons. skilled workmen make from $5 to $7 a day, but It Is seldom that they fln,i work tne year round, ana irequenuy must make a few prosperonus Bprlng oc fall months take care of them during the balance of the year. Stimson Gives Up Plan to See Maneuvers Secretary of War Stlmson today aban doned his proposed trip to Stratford. Conn., to witness the army maneuver there. Tl'fi presence' is needed hero lii connection with extra cabinet business due to the near adjournment of Congress. HAMS Saturday Only Pure Lard, lb w Franklin Granulated Sugar, C1C pound 2 Store - 607 Seventh Street TeUphone Compactions at All fitoraa. THREAT OF DEATH SILENCES MEN IN GRAFT CONSPIRACY Webber and Vallon "Reach ed," Says Lawyer, Who Quits His Clients. NKW YORK, Aug. l5.-Word reached the District Attorney last night that Bridglo Webber and Harry Vallon had been persuaded by representatives of tho three men named by Burns as tho directors of police blackmail to conceal the Identity of tho men for whom Llou tcliant Becker was working. Junius M. Sullivan, declining to net ony longer ns Vallon's counsel, hurried from tho Went Side court prison to tell Mr. Whitman that the threats and per suasion" of the triumvirate the law-jcr-polltlclan, the hotel man and tho pollc department official had silenced Hose's fellow Informers. Threatened With Death. For the past week, said Mr. -Sullivan, meswengers from tho big three and from dishonest inspectors have visited Rose, Webber, and Vallon. Tho messengers brought word that tho Informers were at liberty to make any kind of accusa tions they pleased against Becker, but thnt If they mentioned any of the names that Becker had given to Rose and Webber thev might as well kill them selves, because thev would certainly be killed after they got out of prison. Jack Rose dec'lned to bo influenced by threats or promises of reward. He told Mr. Sullivan that he would stand fnst, n nd that he would do everything ho could to aid the district attorney In bilnulnir to Justice the blir three of the gambling graft, as well as the police official who pronted with Becker In tho distribution of blackmail from gambling and disorderly houses. But It was evident to the lawyer thai Webber and Vallon had been "reached." Demand Thorough Cleaning. When the board of aldermen on Sep tember 4 beglnB to probe the Rosenthal murder and the subsequent police graft charges, representatives of the Volun teer ClUsens' Committee will be on hand to see that the Inquiry Is a thorough one and no guilty man Is spared .Practical preparations toaay were oe Inir made to carry out the strong re solutions on the Rosenthal assasslna- i tion and Its attendant expose adopted at the mass meeting that brougnt out me largest crowd Cooper Union ever saw. District Attorney Whitman, Dr. Ly man Abbott, and several clergymen ad dressed the meeting, from which thous ands were turned away for lack of room. Tho grand Jury today completed its Violent Cathartics Injure Health Side iep purgtoVet thek bank actio k liabU to injure the boweU. Whf sat CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS purely vegetable remedy mat na Dees mcccmuu uiod by rnunoDt tot lull a eeuturr. Act gently but mat and set only qukUyrclKTC butforercteodil the m'nerr oil coDatiptoon. Um them lot dii tion. lick headache and all Irrw trouble. Soul Pit Small Dim, Small Prk, The GENUINE sua bear ligoahm 1 C il s Bkw .JIJBL ,.bbV71V rBPHPn W &aBSLX 3W indite Special Leaders Good From August K to 22, Inclusive Pink Alaska Salmon, can 10c Whole Milk Cheese, lb 19c A & P Salad Oil, large bottle 15c Roast or Corned Beef, can... 15c A & P Peaches (Cal. extras), can. . .21c Hawaiian Grated Pineapple, can.... 16c Victory Brand Strawberries No. 1 can, 3 for .25c No. 2 can, each 15c Del Monte Asparagus Tips, can 19c Iona Brand Succotash, 3 cans for. . ,25c Sultana Brand String Beans, 3 cans 25c Sultana Brand Lima Beans, 3 cans. .25c A & P Laundry Soap, 8 cakes for 25c Pretzels, lb 8c Evaporated Apricots, lb t . .12Vio Evaporated Peaches, lb .10c Brookfield Eggs, doz. . 28( Fresh Nearby f AQ Eggs, doz At N. W. work i nthe Investigation of the assas Inailon of Herman Rosenthal. A blanket Indictment was drawn up for presentation to court containing tho names of seven men charged with the murder of the gambler, according to persistent reports around criminal courts buildings and the district attor ney's office, -District Attorney Whit man will try his strongest case first and. hopes for tho moral support of a conviction in the" first case to work In his favor In tho others (that follow. Tho cases will be rushed to speedy trials. But up to the tlmo tho trial begins and whllo It Is In progress Mr. .Whit man will continue his drastic invest gation of graft in the police department and tho corrupt alliance between tb,e so-called "System" and tho underworld. In short, ho hopes to purge tho city as well as send tho stayer of Rosenthal to prison or to tho electric chair. It was said that "Lefty Louie" and Harry Horowitz, tho two gun men, will bo indicted by tho present grand Jury. Effort Is being made to run down tho two gunmen who nre accused of firing the snots which killed Rosenthal. Sam Schepps Says Snores of His Guard Kept Him From Sleeping HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Auk. 16. Assist- a-fti Prosecuting Attornoy Rubin and De- tectlve Stewart left Hot Springs today for New York, taking with them Sam Schepps, wanted In connection with the graft scandal and said to be the man who paid the actual murderers of Her man Rosenthal for their worlc Schepps had become one of the "sights" In Hot Springs and a large crowd of .natives bade him farewell. Officer Thomas was detailed to guard Schepps last night and slept In a room adjoining that of the Rosenthal wit ness. This morning Schepps complained to the hotel manager that Thomas snored so loudly that he could not sleep. A. LISNER Hours 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. G STREET Closing Out ICE CREAM FREEZERS "Gem." "Alaska," "Lightning." and other makes. Were used as samples and the palls are soiled, that's all the reason for these re- -a.pr-'Vrj. I icHrBlij Ill ductlons $1.98 3-quart size j l.wv il-,ti l niC -7;t m fi.tiv o'numi size $5.iu 10-quart $8.50 Dinner and Tea Sets, 111 pieces, French shape, gold fljff QK decoration DOtU 89c Glass Punch Set, large bowl and six glasses to match 39c Welsbach I n v e r t ed Gas Lamp, with brass burner. OQt complete .. tO 69o Deoofatod Stone China Slop Jars, with cov er and ball handle ... $10.00 22-lnch art Glass Dome, with fringe, complete !? $6.97 $5.00 Electric Table Lamp, art glass nan ado CO 7C mpleteIJl O sh com fZCBM Vr"rnFNjaB 67c a Hie! Jr' I: f?3 1 SSJmJy 37c JgiiL y Be ' ', ? LBHE 4 I I jjBRrES UaMMMAawuawMMaa CITY BOOMERS TO CO NT E American Association - r i Commercial Executives Is Name of Body. The conventions committee of the Chaniber of Commerce is making prep arations for tho entertainment of tho secretaries of tho commercial organisa tions of the country and Canada, who will meet In Washington September 23 for a two-days' convention of the Amer ican Association of Commercial Exec utives. Between 20u and 300 aro expected to attond. Tho Chamber of Commerco of tho United States will also assist in the entertainment. The convention will bo the seventh an- I nal one of the organization and was I brought to this city through tho efforts ! of Grosvenor Dawc, chief of the edl- torlal department of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, and IMchatd B. Watrous, secretary of the American Civic Association. Extension of the "See America First" propaganda, city advertising, convention-getting work, trade excursions, bonuses to factories, and other -matters will be discussed at the sessions. Pres ident Taft, Secretary Nagel, and Harry A. Wheeler, president of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, aro on the program to make addresses. The association will make Its headquarters at the Ebbltt House. NEXT MONTH REFRIGERATORS 25 ver cent discount "lapland," "Monitor," Uanney," and ''Jack Frost makes. $2.50 For 25 best with patent spray nozzle. Was $3.60. l.a"i 39c For Hose Ml., 94m,V wheels; price .. .uu 1 Zn For steel Garden Rakes, with XtFl, 6 ft. handle; was 25c. sizo s-J.OO BABBITT'S and Oj-C other 5c articles.... 2 $13.50 Magic Gas Ranges, with largo drilled burners, 36-inch top and- 36 Inches high, with (IJQ (7P large lined oven DU I O $2.50 Gas Stoves, heavy casting, nickel-plated, with three fl- ijr double burners DX.lO $7.50 Perfection Wlckless Oil Stoves, with two burn- QA rjfr $1.60 Star Oil Stoves, with 4 large burners and two oil (JJ-I QQ tanks tDJ.Ot $1.25 Steel Ovens for gas or oil stoves, with Inside Hn- orr. Ing OlC BOc Syrup Pitchers, with Ofr tray; nickel-plated, engraved, iO 59c Patent Coffee Mills and glass to hold cofTce, to screw on JfOA wall flOC $1.25 Folding Ironing Tables, 5 feet long, strongly QTTg made 7fC 50c Folding Wash Benches, hard wood, strongly made for Ofjn two tubs OlC 25c Patent Round Fruit Presses, made of heavy 1Q 7c Sad Irons, with steel face, C nickel-plated; all sizes; pound. Ov. $1.25 Croquet Sets, for eight players, made of hard wood, Qf7 nicely varnished 7C $1.39 Stone China Chamber Sets. six pieces, blue decora- QHn tlons OlC $3.50 Porcelain Chamber Sets, 9 pieces, first quality, large fancy shape, assorted gold dec- (JQ fiQ orations D.D7 19c Carlsbad China Bread and Milk Sets, three pieces, as- -t A Borted decorations JJxVt 35c White China Dinner and Soup Plates, extra large size, with OQ fancy edge. Six for OV 15c Stone Butter Pots, with, 1ft cover; large size 1UL BOc Pressed Glass Water QrT, Set, cut-glass pattern OlC Colonial Tablo Tumblers, tlrst quality; usually 50c -I Q dozen JLOC $3 50 Perfection Gas Iron, with covered tubing, com- Q1 nr s Hunt For These Bargains On Fourth Floor American Holland Window Shades, 36x72 inches, spring rollers, complete with fixtures and crochet ring pulls. Choice of several good colors. Subject to slight imperfection. These .shades sell reg- -ularly at 35c each. Special 1C Scotch Lace Curtains, 3 yards In Odd lots of single Tapestry Por length, white and ecru. QQ tieres, some can be matched in Values to 98c. Pair -,... OVL pairs; fringed ends. Values rt to $2.50 oyc Nottingham or Scotch Lace Cur tains, white, ivory, and Arabian, Matting Hugs, 6x9 feet, floral and 2. 24, t.nd 3 yds In length, ftrn oriental designs. Values to J7J Worth to $2.50 pair VoC $160 lOC Must Answer Charge , Of Automobile Theft James H. Hlbbs, a 'chauffeur, Of 732 E street northeast, Is In Baltimore to- day to stand trial on a charge of en- teting .the salesroom of tho Zcll Motor uar company, in that city, and steal ing an automoblio and twenty-four tires. Hlbbs was arrested In Washing ton last evening by Detectives Grant, Mcssror and Sprlngman, of tho central office. The automobile containing the tires was found abnnrinnivl nt Tllndonn- I burg. Md., last Monday. . When tho detectives went to a house In H street northwest to pluco Hlbbs tinder arrest." he fled through a side I dOOr. The detnctlvpn ntnrfixl nftrr Vilm In an automobile and found him hiding so vera 1 blocks away in a- garage. - Kidneys Weak ? Weak kidneys are the common heritage of thousands' of Americans. They are tho cause when early symptoms" are neglected of perma nent kidney disablement, dropsy and Briglft's disease. Warner's Saff Kidney and Liver Remedy Is a truo and reliable medicine for deranged kidneys. It strengthens and vitalizes them so that they per form their duties Just as nature In tended. Thus the blood Is purified and the wholo system is cleansed of the poisons which cause tho trouble. . Free sample and booklet by writing AVarnerVi Snfe Itemed! Co., Dept. ail. Itochentrr, X Y. EXTRA! Ffhe German Silver Vanity Cases, larpe size; fully engrav ed. Contains mirror, powder puff, and coin holders. Real $1.00 value. Spe cial 50c $1.00 German Silver Purses, handsome etched frames and long chains; guaranteed for five years' constant CQ wear V feet Garden Host. 4-nlv wlro bnuml Reel with iron was 65c. 5c M a 8 o n Fruit Jars, Op complete ... OU $7.50 Star Gas Range, nickel plated with 3 double burners ana large naKing oven .. S5.97 3Dc Galvanized Wash Tubs, size dtuC i F amllj weigh- .... 97jc Scales, Ing 24 lbs,... $1.26 Heavy Tin Boiler, copper 89c bottom Patent 10c Sleeve MfcMa5aailffi I iiiii! 2c Jelly Glass, J with tin 19p cover ... X U I ' s yn 'Say n (liininiim fft i Jrnr high4.:?.!! 39c i1 en. c t , r j ? vgHTm. I mm- i t or A.O Us av LJ v 3r. Board 59c Clothes 25c Tin Ham Horse, galvanl7- ed, hinges, Ann Boiler ft 'ill wntKmKUmmmX WP in. J.IV 4 ( a