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THE BURLINGTON lKJSB MtlfiSS AND Tlflliaa; T11UKSJJAX, l WimUAlU 12, lyia.
AUDITORS HIM A WE
A 3 Q1 I. Hi
Crops with tlie (iucsswork Left Out
It.nlr ,u1s Have Agreed on What
They Will Do.
Twenty-Nine New Houses Erect- Included in Report Money Ob-
ed during the Twelve Months.
tuincd by Temporary Loan.
Carets, Far .a tin, Lj.m
XriH'tiire ni 1 '( iir Mitlil Street Will
I ml .'i.lliil). nllli Oilier CliungcN
Am mil 1 1 11 , In All (u I."1I,IIUI)
Cinln Over Previous Yenr In llnlh Num
ber nl Vnlue 14 Jnrni-cN Unlit
Mnny ImproveuientN on
Illectrlo Light Department .Shims Troll!
for Venr of 9-in.ni after Charging j
Off $.-,7-l.!.-U for Depreciation .
I they Knew
A -meld mid Llulillltlc.
Ait t, l
'"vn the official of the
i find Rutland railroad
. i in committee or set en
nation woa held Monday
private oar Mnrtiiuilit
v.itr result that the
uri i .r the rull-
'n i i iii llngton
Hi.i t i 1 1 1 1 be
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nl '. 1 1 il i uulng
111 i 1 1 grilling,
n i lit up to
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'WO brothers, market gardeners in
Kent County, Rhode Island, planted
3 acres of sweet corn with Bowker's
Stockbridge exclusively, and 6 3-5 acres on
a competing brand of fertilizer. The corn
from the Bowker gave them $104.76 per acre
and the 6 3-5 acres on the competing brand
gave them $35.65 per acre. The difference
was $69.11 per acre. If they had used
on thr " hole acreage these figures indicate
that the- would have b;en $-156.13 better off.
The Bowker part yielded 76 per cent of
No. 1 corn, while the competing brand gave
but 59 per cent. The proportion of fodder
produced by the Bowker acres as compared
with that grown on the competing brand
was as .$28 to $12. One of the brothers
writes, " know, as we sold it by the ton and
had it weighed." This is characteristic of
the whole experiment, they weighed and
they measured and they knew.
The report of lloso fc Hubbard of Now
York, the firm of accountants whlcn lias
Burlington did quite a little In the build
ing line last yeni, notwithstanding the
dull spell at the beginning of the season, been auditing the clt books for the veur
and 1913 was for ahead of the preceding of 1913, was submitted to Mayor Burke
yenr, both In the number of new buildings Monday, Some of the Interesting Items
erected and their value. Aa shown by gleaned from It ate Riven below. It will
tho report of Building Inspector F 13. bo noted that the report of the city's ex
Dandrcw. 107 licenses weru granted for peiidltures and receipts gives a balance of
'tho construction of new buildings and over JH.OOO In favor of the city, whereas
alteration and addtttons on old struc-jlt hns been published In other (Inures that
i turcs. I the city Is considerably In debt. This Is
j Fourteen new garages were erected and explained by n different manner of ar
(addltlonr. made on two whl.-h were al-, ranging tin balance sheet or, tho port of
I ready built. Most of tho gnrages were In- tho nudltors, who Include In their report
'expensive, however, and the total v.iluo as receipts the money on hand at the end
I Is not great Townrd tho close of the sea- of the year that was borrowed by tompor-
son, a boom come to the bulld'nR tnil ary loan
! In the way of n number of new houses The report of the fUdltora Is prefaced by
'which brought the total for the year up to, the following:
la, some of which have not yet been com- To Ills Honor the Mayor nnd City Uoun
plcted. ell, City of Uurllngton, Vt. :
Many of the restdencia are expensive Gentlemen: Wo have undlted tho books
and they total t a considerable num. of the vernl departments of your city
Thirty one of the licenses were granted for tho fls'-nl year tided Dect-mber 31,
for repairs nnd alterations and ncre too 1913, and attach hereto exhibits, and sched
I considerable money was spent ea th re- ules In t-onnictlon therewith, as per your
'palrB In muny oases mital'.ed an enpense lnitruotlnn.K; we are eximlnlng the oon
of more than a thourand dollars. The stable's dpllpquent tn.x books nnd when
j growth In the poultry business U demon we h.ive (lnlshed Biich examination t will
strnted by the fact that a numb-r of hen render "on a special report thereon,
.houses were built. One of these was a. TSI.rOTRir LICIIT DHI'ARTM ENT
very elaborate affair The other bJildlngs
are storehouses, barns, etc.
The most expenslv- house to be erected
,1s that of Dr V H Enslesby at the cor
ner of Williams and College streets. Other
dwelling hou-e. started In '13 are those
of J. H Lavlgne. Peter Dorey. M. Hrnwn,
It A. Shepard J II Wilcox. II Illnnch
ard. Alfred Illrharils John Mlllette, A.
Deyette, Jr.. F It Iteeman, two tenement
i house. It. F. Wright. M Ilrowr. K. D
are preferred by those who weigh, measure
and know their results, whether they grow
sweet corn or any other crop. They are
rich in available forms of plant food. They
start crops growing and keep them growing
through to maturity, for they supply crops
whal tht y want as and when they want it.
fl'ir canlontie is helpful anil it is free. Ask us for your
ropy 1'etore you lorj-el it.
",'ANo feml for rule if our 1914 prize contest in Rrowinp;
corn. Iiitry New hugl.i'.id farmer has a chance at tiic prizes.
B-r-ysy TTyyv fertilizer company
J) .ruCdCV 43 Chatham St., Boston.
1 Worthen. C C Brtggs two. U. I. Soulo,
K V Ilownrd. Mrs F M Gould, K. C
Revere, npartmert hou.'i. Victoria Rer
I geron, II. S. Howard. W A. Meyers, Or
.Charles Klllary. Mrs. John Kelsllch. torc
land residence, C. H Rand, apartment
house, K. O. MItlgUV J
T. H Tallman.
I Thl-i department for the past year shows
total net Income, before chntging depre
ciation, nmo.intlng to Sn.7RS.7-l as compared
with a loss of 1SS.77 for the year 1912
Tho amount charged for depreciation Is
5.1.743.43, leaving a total net protlt for the
ear of $15.31. j
j UEN'KRAU '
' There Is nothing special to draw atten
tion to with rcRird to the other depart
ments. We found the enr'no books and records
'n rood order with the exception of those,
of the school department, but we have In
strueted the superintendent's seerctnry In
regard to the keepltiB of the books In the
J McAullppe and future.
, The remarks contain-1'! In our previous
Those bultdln- cn-ngns are E V Hovt. reports ns to depreciation, both for tho
f M Russell. R E Hrnwn. Ttlshop Rice, electric llRht nnd wifr departments,
A Adslt. R C. Drew. C. 15 Rand. Dr fl. aealn apply.
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v ittors .
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MIhm firuee OMInlley Hiirrlril In W. 31.
Mullieron. Pormerl of lltirllnglon.
(Kiom Monday's Worcester Gazette.)
One nf the prettiest of tho mld-wlntir
the l weddings took place In St. Raul's Church
thl.- mornin', wh(n Miss Grace O'Mallev,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J
CM., 'lev, of 3R Somerset street, became
the wife of William Martin Mulheron, son
MAYNARD IS ENDORSED.
H. Stone, E. C. Revere, F. C. Lynn, O.
II Holden. A J. Kelsllch and nurllngton
The principal down-town structure built
was that of J W O'Sulllvnn, a three
story block on Church street. In addition
to those named there wore three bartu
and four store houses.
Through the efforts of the building In
spector one dilapidated structure, which
constituted a bad lire hazard, was torn
down and the pennut stand, which consti
tuted an eye sore on Churc'i street, was
removed. One other structure was altered
Yours very truly
ro-e .; iiinn.i:ii
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.
The riudltom' report shows that the clt' '3
total asset, on Den niber 31, 1913. are $1.
cnsr.C'17. divided a follows- Real estate,
buildings nnd improi ement. tl.u37.07fi; In
v stmenls. 'ti neeount- receivable,
$BS m 7S. cash. I1 1, 111. S3.
The total liabilities figured on the s.ime
date, were: Bonds and notes. !3n;."5;
funilM. $aS.,t"S.S5; accounts payable. $151,
4SCIC2: surplus, which Includes general
flirwl nt tr.lC HI 111 lc. fl-,r,.,,rl.,,lr,
to comply with tho Inner fire dIMrlct regu- ai tm.g0. '
TR E -i'SL'UEII'S DEI'ARTMBNT
A summary of the treasurers cash
Political League held Sunday
noon at o clock In the 1 arpeniers'
union hall on Church street wna well
The election of officers, which wa. to
have been held Sunday afternoon, was
of Mr. r.nd Mrs. Thomas V. Mulheron of ,'ostponed until next Sunday afternoon.
Burlington. Vt. The ceremony was per-j J. I. Fugere, aldermun of tho fourth
formtd at nine o'clock, by the pastor, the ward, whose term explies this year, an
Rev Dr William II. Goggln, with a nup- nounced that he was not a candidate for
tlul mnH The general color scheme of re-election. George Maynurd, demociatlc
the wedding was corn color and white, and undldato for alderman In ward three,
'he decoratlot'3 in church and home wero I was unanimously endorsed by tho league
armd out with this in mind. The wed- Mr. Mayruud ttnted to those pres.-n;
'ng party Included Miss Lorettn F. that he had no entangling alUnccs with
'Sin Key, Ulster of the bride, as maid of, nny particular clique and went on record
1 imnr; Misses Agnes Mnhoney. cousin ot
In 1912 but 97 licenses wero granted.
Twenty-three were for houses. 30 were for
Wortiliigiiieir-i Political League I'm ors ! repairs and alterrtlons, nine for piazzas, celpts nrd pnymen's for the vear end. d
Him for vi. 1, ., ,,, I elRiit for oheds, seven for garages, and Dec( lrber 31. 1913, "lions the total re
1 in- nieetinu 01 me niirh:in!in ... ,.r , ,, , ,u ,,,,.,, a
the others of minor consequence except celpts were $7M,1KU which addid to th"
balance on hand January 1. 1913. $131
btlngs the amount up to $701,579.14 The
receipts were as follows: Taxes, $31.").
2S1.15; assessments. $1.338 41. licenses, $J! -OSClf,;
departments. $1L0,1M,33; loan.", 2'.-a.-SCO;
Interest. $17.5?'! 65: rentals, $1.5.;9.GJ.
t mlscellatii oua. $3,321,79.
; The total payments for the year wer
$01-9.917 31, dhldtd ns follows- Taxes. $.V.
51' I 14. licenses $1..470 dipnrtmints.
253 32; Ii'iins J!i,frO; Interest. $J.fr9 4 '
bend. ri'0m. miscellaneous. $54.SI7.32
Sut trnctin.- the total pr-.'-ment from th
total receipts leaves a balance of $11,011 1
S 1 D
ie bride, and Mary Cook, as brides
1 lalds Dr. William K Denning of W01
ater a.i best man, and Douglas A Thom-
in of Palmer, 11 frat-rnlty brother of tho
room at the University of Vermont,
.lames F. Barry and John H. Hold, as
1 Th" bride's gown was n beautiful Im
' ported draped model of Ivorv white crepe
in t- ur with a bodice of embroidered chif
fon fast' ned at the corsage with orange
11 1 !" blossoms.
r'ru. Irto a Juliet bonnet fastened with
v ri-ath of oranue bio:
as In favor of absolute independence for
the municipal electric light plant.
I Remarks, explaining the ballot to be
used In the referendum vote to bo taken
j on the direct primary, were made by
-everal members, who brought out the
. peculiar features and form of the ballot
I which will bo used. It was explained
j that a cross marked after the first ques
tion on the ballot did not change the
1 1 .n sent nominating system In any es-
New Church Will Stand In Middle of
Nrnrly Squnre Lot.
The church given by L. C. Clark and
family to be a memorial to the lav
Marian DoForest Clark, to he erected it
the foot of Wlllard street, Is being
delgned by Il.-c.znd, En-Hne & Rlauden
of N'ew York. The lot deeded by M
Clark to the trustees of the Kfdscopn.
diocese of Vei mont has a frontage of
ISO feet on Wlllard street and a depth
of 200 feet. The architects have taken
as a model an old parish cbureli In the
west of Englnnd. The land Is well above
llne!.iii'li llhciimiif Iniu Vanish mi
Men nnd women having backache, rheu-tnatls-m,
ttlff and swollen Joints are hon
estly glnd to know that Foley Kldnev
Pills are snccei-sful everywhere In driving
Vh3 :il ?MM
' '".fl el To'iimry I. lilt 1,
l . ii Clurltiicloii.
M'titla! manner whereas a "ves" vote
Her full leneth veil was caught I ..,. Rnn,i n,,..stinn ,,n .i, ballot
! Inillentpd thn dpslro nf the voter for a
ins. Hid she Car- ,,1..,..,, nrlninrv. ilolnc nwav with caucuses
.1 ml conventions and leaving only n party
organization for the purpose of drafting
I'lntforms and detail work.
The next meeting of tho league will
be held In the hall next Sunday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock.
a lvi rtlsing !1 s'10 ver bouquet of bridal tosps nnd
lllie.s of the valley. Miss Lorettas gown
was of corn colored crepe meteor trimmed
with corn-colon d chiffon and white Chan
tilly lace, nnd she wore 11 lace picture hat
ornamented with u yellow rose and bands
of vellow satin. Her How ra were Lady
Illlllngton roses In nn arm bouquet. The
ulght express for
"h and ChlrnKa
- ears Esi
' TTlSi fOl
brl.le, maids Vv(.ve ROwned alike In whlto EVENTS REACHED A CRISIS
,'iiailiiu lace divsses with bands of corn-1
colored satin trimming, nnd they both
wore Juliet bonnets of white lace and car
ried arm bouquets of yellow roses The
fi'fts to the m-ild of honor and bridesmaids Lvmts at the residence of Mrs. Peter
from the In ile were solid gold bracelets Phillips on First street, the deplorable
with t r '-lient's monogram on the out- conditions of which were doscrlbed In tho
sbb id the-c uf the hrid' and srroom on Fne Press recently, after a visit there
I'rtrr Phillips mid Companions
.Inlled on Serious Chnrgcu.
.no level or the street, with pine grovea ,out tbc.s Ills. That is because Foley Kid
to the east, and there Is a clear vle'V t,,.y I'llls are a 'rue medicine and auick
of Lake Champlaln to tho west. The y offeetlvi' In nl' 1 uses that :?sult
church will stand In the middle of th" from weak Inactive ' dnevs and 'irlnary
plot, about 70 feet back from the s;et , Irregularities. J. W O'Sul ivan. (Adv.)
It will he built of stone much the hiine
In quality as that used In the construe- 1
tlon of St. Paul's pirlsh huuse. Its
seating capacity will be 100 In the nave,
and by making use of tho choir it will
be possible to seat ..i0 people In length
It will be cqun! to tho porlsh ball, ex
clusive of the platform, but It will not.
however, be quite as wide as the hall.
The Interior woodwork will be of
cypress, rubbed to a dull finish, and th"
roof will bo open, as in the chapel and
the pnrlsh hnll The feature of the build
ing will be a large nnd benutlful wes'
window with Indlann limestone tracery
In all its appointments the church will
be dignllled and beautiful In slmpllclt"
EFFECT OF NEW TARIFF.
FIRST CAUCUS HELD.
llinte Arseiir Hint.
DerreiiHc In moiint of Diillcs Collt'i't
ed, nlllioiigh Imports Were flreiiter.
Colli ctor of Custom Charles II. Dar
ling furnl.-hed a Free Press reporter yes
terda1 with the flguresshowlug the amount
of business done In the customs district
for the month 01 Jnnuary, as tabulated
at the Burlington olllce The amount of
duties collected foi the month was $59,
Ml CS as against $ii5,n5(l.30 In the month of
January. 1913. The vulur of Importations
I last month was JI.11E.90? nnd that of the
Importations of the corresponding month
the year before was J723.SC4. Tho value of
exports last month wis J'ilS.CS1?. In Janu
ary of 1912 the vnlue was J9S.1.949
1 This Is the llrst month under the .-pvlsnd
tariff that there hna beMi a dropplni off
In thp nmoiint of duties collected In this
the ln..M The best man and ushers re- b Miss Tabouret, the newly appointed I The republicans 01 ward three held a district. Tho effect In the first months of
i"!vi n - Id s-tekplas- from the gronm policewoman, came to a crisis Tuesday ! very harmonious caucus Tuesday evening the new la w was sho n in larger Importa-
t-M f- ' Aft' t' " e'remony a weddlne hrenk night when Mrs. Phillips, a colored woman In llr station two and unanimously nomi- tloti.s through thu district of certain nr--f
I-hni I fa-' aril recntlon were held at the hntne named Hnttle Mlnnlfleld, a colored man nated Arsene Boucher ns the candidate tides which had not come this way befern '
i of tl I ild. ' parents, Zahonvl caterim. I named "AUlllam Davis and a white man ! for alderman. Dr. G. K, I-atour was again n ,VH be noted from tho fotepolng thtit '
'oesi fo IciiustH from out of town Included Mr and who gnve the namo of Jack Benolt were nominated for school commissioner by the thu Importations of last month were val-
ni rested on serious charges, the Phillips same vote. Tho caucus was called to u,, at considerably mor- than a mlll'on
woman on a warrant for keeping a house order by W O. Falley and he wns elected dollars, the gain ocr the month of Jan-1
of 111 fame. All wero found under condl-1 chairman Dama-s Peterson was "boson Uary In 1913. when the o'd tariff was In
Hons that seemed to warrant prosecution, 'secretary With tho exception that Law- effect, being about $'.0u00n This, of course,
Thn raid vacated the house of the adults rence Sullivan was nominated nB Inspector includes merchandise on which there Is no
but left the Phillips children, five In num- of election In place of A S. Fugere, all th,y nnd a large amount .inder decreased
her, alone In the place. Officer Bany was 1 the ofllcers are ns last year, duties Collector Darling says that large
after left In charge to see that tho fire wns kept, Charles Calsse will again serve aa city Importations of liny and lumber hnve been!
For 1 going and that tho children hnd something ' committeeman, . C. Falley will again noted nt Alburg and Increased amounts'
t'-a.elltu! Mrs M ilheron will wear an lm-'t" eat when they woke up. I be chairman of tho ward committee and uf grain nt St Albans The duty on hay
ported suit of tnvrtle gieen chiffon broad-1 Mrs Phillips has boen a town charge the nominees fo. Inspector of election ),as heen reduced Just half, from $1 1
cloth with collar and cuffs of black fur, since her husband wns sent to prison In,1- N. i Falley, Thomas LoClalr and to $2 a ton, and raw lumber la entered
end a velvet hat to mutch the suit, trim- a case for assaulting a man, Although i-awrence t-uuw.ui, mum ins mo caucus fu.ei while the tnrlff on grain has been
med with an uncurled ostrich plume. 'tho poor department has helped the fam- ft opreaa was serveu in ni. jonn tne nap- greatly riduccd.
11 iv n -"wap-'
i with 'hr'iitTh
1 r car ind fUnlr-a
netlnn to nnnn
.rlor ear Rx
N'ew Yett vith
Mrs Mulheron of Burlington Vt . parents
Of "ie eronm, Mrs Allen Leonard of Rur
1'' 1 1 . aunt of the groom Mrs Albert
Pi uilni-ton and Miss Nelllu Smith of West
Snrliivfleld, and nlso quests from Pitts
field Mr and Mrs Mulheron will live nt 110
Massachusetts avenue. Springfield,
returning from their honeymoon
.xe-.pt Siinds? loesl fir
' "ib n'clford Wnltt
' ri' tiuri snd Bosi-.n 'tu
li-lu p m.. eonnspts hi
I rr junction Wnn ,. . . , o.. ih.u t hma ViAnr, mnnh Inrllf.
nnp stflo u. rn wl-n ,b1u of Vclmonti clnw ()f mu nnil n0Vference shown on the part of the woman,
el N'sw York " j special agent of the Aetna Llfo Iniiuranco I Miss Tabouret found that the children
1 company 01 unruuiu, 111 us onincn nii-i" "-' o"ii 1-
tlt hall on Elmwood avenue.
GONE TO BERMUDA.
' " Bpi
dully express for
' 1 and Chicago Through
1 Ieplrg csrs to Onl
l'ily. through tourist
' ea-s to Chiea.jo Mon
ednesilays and Fridays
v-ept Hun Jays, toeal for
1 . ' i
iindays onlv. local for
I ver Junction
, i , 1 ' y express tor Huston.
1 , !. and Now York
1 1 Ion except :Murrtays
1 sleeping cars to Hos
tie' !'K 1 'fty I'aideniitr
il'ib'o bt, 'I'lion oas.
Broad "Uy the way, old man, do you
remember borrowing 10 shHHni's from mo
six months ago?"
Broad "But you said you only wanted
It tor a short time."
Short "Ana I told you tho truth. I
didn't keep it 20 mlnutos." Tlt-Illts.
Ocrnn Trip Fnllom-tl Mnrrlnge of P.
.11. Bradley und ChrUstr Wnlkrr.
The Sprlnglleld Republican contains the
Mini llrtiirn-i to
for 11 llrldp.
A quiet wedding took plaqo at the rec
tory of St. Josephs unurcn Tuesday
that their bodies were covered with ver
min and that they seemed to be about
half starved Tho youngest member of
the family, who Is 10 months old, was an
apparent stranger to milk, and the moth-, fallowing account of the marriage of m0rnlng nt 1:30 0 clock, when Miss Agnes
er Informed Miss Tabourot at the time Frank M. Hrauiey or this city nnd Miss - ,M MniJie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
j that thi. child ate the same food as the Chrlsslo M, Walker, formerly of Bur-,j rt i.a Marche. and V Clydo Fuller of
ungion: Rutland were married by Mgr. J. SI.
There wnn a qulot wedding at the home cioarec. The bridesmaid was Miss Mario
of A'llllam B. Cheney In the northeast Leclalr and the best man was T. W.
part of the town of Brlmfield Wtdnes- Thomas, a college friend of tho groom,
day afternoon, when Mrs Cheney's ls-xho bride was diesed In a traveling suit
ter, Miss Chrlssle M. Wnlkrr, was united (of burnt nrnnge velour delaine, wore a
In marriage to Fran.. M Bradley of I black hat and carried bridal roses, The
Burlington, Vt. The ceremony was per br'desmald's suit was roiigue boucle and
formed by the Rev William A Estn sbe arrled white en "atlons
biook, pnstor of the j. q' L.ii church Mi Fuller Is n graduate of the I' M
Only relatives were prun-nt The newh class of '07 A weddln-i breakfast wis
married couple will go to Berm da on served t the bride s homo on Monruu
their wedding trip, sftei which they wli' treel nn! meirbers of the family be-
grown-ups. several reports nave come to
tho attention of the police lately that
strange actions were going on In tho Phil
lips houce that did not seem consistent
with the character of a family which
wns receiving the chsrlty of the city, and
Tuesday night the authorities took action,
Lnft Saturday night, It was reported,
I Mrs. Phillips went to Wlnooskl with a
I party and the five children were left alons
I n the house all nleht.
FINE A I-t.
"You never know how a patient Is go
ing to follow your advlco."
'What's gone wrung now. doc?"
I told a man to go to some secluded
s',ot dally and pi actios deep breathing.
VM'.at spot do you suppuKe ho picked out?" - If there Is soms nrk which you ran
"1 r'v 11 'tp" do well, and you will tell about It In a
"A pim e i n k of tuo f in h-e."-I-ouls-1 situation wantsd ad you'll find your
viii" fnuiii r-joiirnul, Jopportunity.
live In Uurllngton, whare Mr Bradly Is
In ths banking business. They will be
at noma to their friends after May 1,
Ins prerent Mr nnd Mrs Fuller left on
thV eleven o'clock train for Boston and j
will reside at 72 Baxter streot, Ilutland. I
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the blending of beauty
It is not enough that housofurnishingp
be useful. They must also possess the
charm of design and finish they must be
In our assemblage of new spring furni
ture you will find these features irrespec
tive of price. We have searched the mar
kets, near and far. We have even this
year gone into the markets of the old world
and found those things which delight most
including the costly and least costly.
These newer things are arriving daily now
and you will enjoy just a looking trip
through these vast show floors of things
beautiful for the home.
We don't expect that you are really ready
to buy, but our time is at your disposal at
any moment and if we can offer a sugges
tion as regards your future furnishing
sehemo we will be only too glad to be of as
sistance. Yv7 e would call your atten
tion to the following
very new things
A complete Colonial Bed Room Suit with
twin beds (in high poster pineapple style).
Chiffonier, Dresser. Chair and Rocker.
These are of Grand Rapids art craft con
struction and the beauty of design and
workmanship, together with their quaint
old lines, will appeal to you who appreciate
A wonderful showing of
"Taylor" comfort chairs
All solid quartered oak construction with
genuine leather slip cushion seats and
spring upholstering. Wherever furni
ture values are known tho name
"Taylor" is an indication of "best" in solid
oak construction. For comfort and dur
ability in the living room, library or den we
thoroughly recommend "Taylor" make.
Beautiful new dining
In all quartered oak pedestal styles, in
claw foot and colonial bases. Yonr choice
of flush, re-inforced or band rims in near
ly every table shown. Sizes from 42 to 48
inch with extension of 6 and 8 ft.
"Whitney" baby carriages
Our first shipment here and ready for
your choosing. This is to be a Wicker
Baby Carriage season. True, there will be
some wood bodies in use, but the great ma
jority will prefer the change to Wicker.
Our buyer was thoroughly convinced of this
through his observation in the retail cen
ters of Chicago and New York where the
big fellows said a Wicker Baby Carriage
season. We are showing some beauties in
rrown White and Natural.