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jfaim-sriay. Oct. 18, 1017.
THE TIMES rosin OTT lowe nrh thmt it Tfi 111 j A k3 4- iLwllii ILJ k3 Of or Down u M T 11 Wf LJ sl -si! U "TI I" IflfT O; O WE PAY YOUR CAR FARE BOTH WAYS. Our Wabash Avenue Store is going to move every article in their large warehouses. Every article in the warehouses must be sold as quickly as possible. To assist them in selling their complete stock, we have taken $50,000 worth of their new furniture and have priced every piece far below regular, in many cases, the same as today's actual wholesale cost. These bargains will not be offered again. It is positively to your advantage to inspect this stock at once. If it is not convenient for you to have any of these bargains delivered at once, you may buy now and we will gladly hold them for future delivery. In that case, your payments would start one month after you receive your furniture. p - t"- ,rTi O KARPEN SOFA KARPENESQUE CUSHIONS AiO 7-foot aR-SoYcr upholstered Sofa, covered in blue or w raulbrry velour. Fitted with 3 loose cushion Kar- peneqiie coh'strttctin steel' spring constructed bottom. A Karpen Sofa aVJ;olirj price U.an excellent value. Many oilier Sofas and Chairi &t tricesqiiallyai low. . ,1 UC fe-i; fx T . .: .v. I 1 - N 1 D I WE PAY D YOUR CAR FARE I L- 1 BOTH WAYS. J i I Chair, Rocker and Bed - divan, golden oak frames, massive it design, covered One operation converts this kroehler Divan into a full sire bed with eeparaSe William and Mary Dining Room Suite iVQ'Q Dc top oot extension brown mahogany William f y ts Jary tJegj, fable and 4 .Cfcairt. fitted with blue $4.90 Ch leatrfef e&U, complete set It. ! prfcee( fa below reg ular and it a value you would be interested in. f Inspect our display of these sets. m r with high grade imitation S pa n i s h 5 K vJ?y bed springs that hold all bedding. Adds Ieather. Makes a beautiful parlor suite s s y day a comfortable bed at night. an extra bed room to your home with out you paying more rent. r l?zh:- 4. r'p'"" ' 1 I K"'C .. ." . i 4 JueA. v K V - YL. -."! - -ft Ml (I O 50 Cbcrbfnatiori coal and X s gas Range complete with )4.&d high closet, 3 gn burn ers, 4 Coal hole's, large oven for coal or ?as Dokei-jperfettly. Gas coftnecUons ree. $ 1 "95 Large Princess I J Diesser, fitted with $U06Cb 18x36 Inch mir ror, deep drawers, excellent cab inet work. Many other styles and finishes on display. CABINET PHONOGRAPH (OAK OR MAHOGANY FINISH) AND SIX COLUMBIA RECORDS (12 SELECTIONS YOUR CHOICE) a Week 3V $1 a Wftek I 1 11 n $ JQ.85 Solid oak, polden finish 42 inch top, 6-foot Extension Table, fitted with heavy pedestal and $2J0CK scroll legs and 4 chairs to match with uphol stered back and seat, complete outfit This is only one of many other sets, each one a value far greater than any offered before. 1 .!i $1 if t : 5 , : Z it - '"j R 11 J."T nfL I r- I I- : vxTfSx y a ft r I INTEREST AO EXTRAS , 'Mt O o $OO50 42 inch top Colonial i- i- Dresser, Walnut or $2.00 Cash Mahogany finish, swell front, large mirror. Every dresser in our entire stock propor tionately priced. $09.50 Smooth Nickeled Basc-b'jrrier. large $3.ffO Ch fire-pot and maga rirre. Will give greater heat with less coal. Bought last year nTafked at last year's price. ... ' n nrn -I IPC It KR? LAMP COMPLETE fe 1 7 SO SiIk Sh,Jei be, two-liohl fixture. Priced to tell quickly. $14 EH t .95 2-inch continuous post Steel Bed, spring and mattress complete, at $1.00 Ch ft price that would make the bed alone a big value. A large display of bed out fits shown each one a bargain. 5 12 Platform base. Colonial design, solid oak. 42-inch $1JM Ch top, 6-foot extensidn, goM en or fumed finish. A Sale Special. Rug Curtain Department ' "HUMBlltafffB'JJi'W 1J W.iWUIWMHIIf'J'W?'! wwt "' 1- VS.' 4 3.f:i ;;-.v i fJ 9x12 AXMLNSTER RUGS $24.95 9x12 WILTON VELVET RUGS 23.85 9x11 VELVET RUGS 19.95 9x12 BRUSSELS RUGS 13.75 6x9 BRUSSELS RUGS 7.45 The Rugs listed above represent the values that can be found in our display which consists of every quality in all sizes and color combinations. In otrr display can be found the new Fall designs every one of which has been sharply reduced. Ours is the greatest Rug Sale in Chicago. You should inspect our display. CURTAINS PORTIERES COMFORTS In this department can be found the most beau tiful df signed Curtains in many qualities; all at money-saving prices. A shipment of heavy pure cotton comforts just received. These also have been priced proportionately low. km it it 1 5SIS.lt Imam: " "J.," m ""n n . C ' . . f t"' in-, i. -r-in,nf nr' ir, j P 54 INCH DAVENPORT OR WALL TABLE tfj Brown Mahogany Table, offers many usages w-JlH davenport tabic, hall or wall table. Ex cellently hnuhed. graceful design. Many other styles to chose from. $2.59 Cash $J3 DRESS FORM Form. Drew IUIUUciuui wi tiro.,. Can b adjuited to your rxncl mcuremenrt. .T--'L--9.: 0 $ 1 -2 .5 42-inch gate-leg Table. I mahogany finish, neat de $1.03 Cah sign, offers many usages. Others shown, all styles and finishes. o o ml' $ 1 0.75 42-inch Library Table, fitted with I heavy pedestals, large drawer and ' $1.00 Cash book shelf, mahogany finish, dura ble cabinet work. At our Sale Price an un usual value. Articles E3iown Represent the Values in Various Departments Every Article in Our Display Has Been Reduced. 339135 Comsiiercla Avenue c fnii frA . IMP K-rrsi .51; r m 3 r 7 1 :ijMsssMaMBaittsaittMt ir,aw,-aaifti Open Monday, Thursday and Saturday Nights Home Outfits tX Prices That Mean a Real Saving Goods Bought Now Held for Future Delivery. oucn "4 A 3 trivyl m I hi P7! J IfcuridkisMl lb3issttHaiswdsMI fttMlsailft lie 1. t-i "'fTr- tor 1 iri tor fcMj'i-ntiiifcsi mswk4 1 iL"ggg tMERIGM AVIATOfiS DEATH EXAGGERATED BY "WILBUR S. rOSSEST (United Preas Staff Correspondent) PARIS. Sept. I:. (H.v lail I.."n ard ii. P.eno, of Chicago. Aruenctm avi ntoi, sUactvjl to jl Fr-3cn Kcadrilia, is bavin? difficulty conw.cing rrlfn5 anil others that he rrally isn't dead. Durlnf? a recent engagement, Reno found himself In his machine over the Jjisnnn lines doing battle with a -r-mmn !lam-. The iermn r'aed n lucky srt'i ir Rt.no gas tank, ffveral thou ssnd feel in the 8ir vithout gasoline for his motor and w ith a t'cl'.igci f-nt Teuton airmen in the lii'inity gave Tieno no alternative but to riiake for home. Ho did a lot of aerial acrobatics hikI the iJcrinm give un tho chase thinking his oni'or.ent done for. Reno tumbled over the French lines in safety but a clump of trees interferred vith a fmni.ih liinding and he smasliei Allied olisf rcrs w ho saw the entire perform- i ar.-e thought the youthful aviator had j iriio to (he ' honor roll" and po report- it d. The news sped its way to Raris I where Reno'? friends remarked "anoth- ( I cr go.xl one gor.r. ana proceeded hi sn- tl- down and mourn his fate. Chapter two of Reno's accident found , him crawling from under his battered machine and making for camp. Then he was given "leave" for Paris where he might recover from his bruises. Charter three finds Reno walking in to a Farts bank where he had, deposited funds. "f would like to cash a cheek." he said as he presented himself fit the pay ing teller's window. French banks have fhe habit of al ways looking at the book before tbey cash checks. The customer always waits. "I'm sorry," said the teller a-fter con sulting the bookkeeper. "AVe can't cash this check today. You see. Mr. Reno is dead. All his funds will be sent back to his father in Chicago. This check w ill have to wait." Like Mark Twain. -Reno refused to believe the story or at least thought it was exaggerated. Luckily he happen ed to know the mansger of the bank who confirmed hts story. The check was cashed. Practically a,:l of the young bird man's friends in Paris had heard of his "untimely death" and were startled in turn when Reno met them, proof in the flesh and blood, that he was not a dead one. If You Think THE TIMES I?! Doing Its Bit Your Support Is Al-j ways Welcome. I U. S. TAKES STEPS TO CUT PRICE OF SUGAR Plans to reduce the retail price of sugar in Indianapolis from about 10 rents to 8H cents were received from the National Food Administration by H. E. Barnard. State Food Director, yesterday. The communication from Washington on the subject was one sent out to all administrators and fol lows in part: "On account of the low price of $7 25 for beet sugar, effective Oct. 1, the" price of $7.25 made for cane sugar refiners in Pan Francisco, and the price today of $3.35 a hundred for eastern cane sugar i refiners, the Federal Administrators should see thai the jobbers of the coun try sell their sugar or.ly on a reasonable and fair basis above these costs. "The food administration has deter mined that, any wholesaler or jobber J who sells sugar at an advance over the delivered cost to hirn greater than that at which wholesalers or jobbers custom arily sell sugar, sli-kll be deemed to have taken an unreasonable profit. "For the purpose of determining whether an unreasonable profit has been takn in any case, the food administra tion will carefully scrutinize any sales of sugar by wholesalers or jobbers made at liuniirfian advance of more than 15 cents or 25 cents a hundred pounds over refiners' lists, according as the local de livery cost or other necessary expenses of such wholesalers and jobbers may justify." Cumbersome Form of Money. One of the largeat nnd most cum bersome forms of money is found In Central Africa, where the natives mnk ugp of b cruciform of copper Thlch Is large and weighty. 4 ri TIM ES Jiii ADS. Are Helping Others Why Not Let Them Help You? lhrJ I I T