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NOTE Nd nraJl nr phonr orders can bs filled nn amy of
Faks a Little Tip
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Grrr.ien fiiver vanity purak. with
tT t'manriHnt for 6mn.ll coins and
billf. with coujion 37c. N
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Sl.OO A.uuiiCA',
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stkamstiip voirruxo oi' t hi: i:ha.ni:m link. uruxED in a
KAf'.ING .STOli.M IN MI I-ATLANT1 c "N HIOR VOVACK FROM HDT
TL'KDAM To Ni:V YUK WITH A L( -s OK LIFK OF 144 OF HCK
i'assi-:nc;i-:ks and nti-:v.
STORM CRUSHED
BORIS AGA 1ST
STEW'S SHE
Women and Children Pushed
Aside by Members of Crew
in Eagerness to Get Places
in Life Boats.
Ul ALARM CLOCKS
American made alarm clock
r.)C-l c.sinr. larfrn alarm holl:
rtn i:on(j time keeper?, with n:i!i)or
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n BED BLANKETS . .3C
v? Bed blankets, full bod size, heavy
kxi fleecy imp, in white, tan and Rrey.
' J with nrrn vi5f 11 X
LONDON", (ct. 13. "All went wHl."
.aiu Walter Trintr pohl. in telling- his
story, "until r, ..'ltick Thursday morn
ing1 when the fire alarm pouniN d. We
were aroused and told to 70 on deck,
as tire had broken out in the hold. n
assembling, life belts were handed
around, and much time was occupied
in fastening them. We wer' told that
the lire miht soon he quenched, hut
the captain thought It wise for all
to have belts as a precaution.
"The fire f rlqhtnl th- children,
who cried bitterly. Th re ver. many
hables in arm.
"The fire ktpw worse. We saw
tninps hhLzimr down below. Ahout 10
o'clock there was a cry to lower the
boats.
"The captain behaved splendidly.
So did the oflicors. who were I'nplish.
I ;im Forry to say that the crew, who
were Hermans and l'.elprians. behaved
very badly. The people rushed about
wildly, and the crew se'-med to think
they otit?ht to have first place, and
instead of quieting the passengers
they made the panic worse.
Crw Iaitcr Uoat,
"The first o flicer took charge of th
first boat, but although he wanted the
women and children saved tirst. a
majority of thost who entered the
boat were members of tli erew.
"This boat was smashed against th
one steward fell into the lire and
were burned to death.
"I know nothing more. I came
away because it was to hot to stay
any longer and I feared the whole
ship would blow up."
No Hoat ;t Away.
When Trintpohl was t dd that ac
cording to the captain's wireless
message, six boats had been launch
ed and two got away, he said, "it is
not so. I was there all the 'ime and
saw everything. No boat get away."
Mr Sinn nrin in Vi ;i rrr. ji m t tr11j !
of the. attemnts to iret lifeboats alone- i Fh
side (he Volturno.
"Nothing," he said, "was seen o
1 Mom)to.
-h lie 111 a ai iii:i
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lot" Lw IMIJ.IM dlUlK IIVU V. 1111 itOOUL u r r
pass-ngers each after they left the V".. A
Volturno's side. Four others wen; . L ? LUK1AJJNY KAIK . 4 li S 1 T
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ht&' lW':iriW'--WxW CLIP V:.n;!:'i; .sxa
LADIES' $3.50 LONG ? k i4v?:&;;
KID GLOVES :.v.iBJ fiimkk
sjas:. ziib coupon n;ir -J.. WMmmM:
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SUZDE GLO?ES . J
36c
w h no.,
turn :!S
m MUSLIN, YARD
kQ Bleached muslin. extra heavy
u.jt rouna tnreaa musun, two widths;
r r makes large size bed sheets, with
YJ coupon, yaru, 4 c. x
f r-
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lis SI NOi'l ;...!. .in
, Nottingham laco curtains, choice of
neat pattern?, regulation length
c ry '.luiloi! .rq i net I nik un itk't? oi .1 o on .1 1
the (ccuf)ants either killed or drown- I 'A
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"At 3 o'clock Thursday night the i f' and width, white or ecru, with
captain of the Volturno sent a de- i PV coupon, pair, fbc. x
spairing message which read.
dod s sake helo us or we iirish. V':Z fjP'A'P
i a iiwiaeie ine names iuu imi ,'- I U-l U vA1
spread to the after deck. Eventually ! V!---riVgi j
the seas moderated and the boats
saved .1-1 persons. The death roll
numbers i:i6."
The wireless operator aboard the
"oiiuiiki .-wi.i.T lit. iwnwv.iwf, mv-.T ,M . I U U o.
Tun Iloafs IxverHl. i f -li coupon, pair. $1.30. . .N
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"Two boats were lowered from the
Volturno before the (?armania arrived j
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1 1 V-3 Tortieres in plain green or red.
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and llu passengers were lost.
embarkation commenced before day
light. The total number lost Is 12t
as far as known."
A wireless from the captain of the
Ievcnian. one of the rescuing steam-
it !
IIs-1 IKs
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ers. says that he has
aboard, comprL-dnj
r3 survivors
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r 1 'i n 1 I M 1O1 ilrim n un Tnie e It 1
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the same number previously report- ; W$
. wueiess irom me steamer r;2
Seidlitz forwarded freun lremen says j y.$
he has aboard 1G survivors instead of . &
;'). as previously reported. This would I HI
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vl INFANTS' BIBS . . . . OC
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Infants bibs, made of heavy lig-
Santa Ciaus Soap ..&Z$C DRES ioW i-U .uo,:. .
Aiaoe or unesi aaionea iiiriwnis i
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11 -IU iti, i'hj''i'.ir ivc1 t i 'i'-iih li k'f !
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Vcci Sivealcrs . $1.5)3
f o.it. ;.rurip si? Ij'h rollir cel
lar. Tc:ih o-j;cn J X
T I . i w c..,,.., i 1 i n 7- il l"'i"rr ..i i nii.. i '! i
Sutii. roifl the world over at 5c Urow. fi,virtx. outton tnmtneo.
cake with coupon 19 bars for 2ic. v-":'h (OUlon
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7$
(None to children.)
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WAISTS ...... 1.
Ladies linest shadow lace and net
waists, beautiful trimmed with lace
und ribbon, coupon price $1.77. N
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y 0.50 i. a Junes' f.
SPCItT COATS col
ldic,' and misses' sport coat,, in j VELVET RIBCON 1
ai! tr.;4 leading colors. w:l.i con-
Lhe o;o-. of dress; all sizes; with
coupon "ic N
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FLEECE FLANNEL .C
(Jenulne Duckling lleece kimono
llanc.el. beautiful new patterns,
with coupon, yard, Dc. N
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FLANNEL GOWNS 6BC
I'laln white and pink and h!u?
btriped flannel night gowns, trim
med with silk braid, coupon price
Stic. N
account for tne ten supposed to have r.,-' ifie ;i .-, i i.M .
been aboard the Carmania, the latter h" CT'TTVPIMQ' PRA9H Cr O
steamer having been credited with 11 OlLVLliJ VLVrAOri U2w
survivors, while she is bringing In ty)j America's foremost pure linen
only one-. ! llQ crash, made bv Stevens'. extra
Among the tirst class passengers on heavy kind, with coupon, yard tiVic
the Volturno were two Americans, v3 N
John Krug and Frieda Krug. 1 "
A wireless from the Carmania to
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ship's Fide. Just as it reached the t the Iaily Mail thus describes the rts-
ue of the passengers from the ol-
-water it broke in two and all were
drow ned.
"Meanwhile attempts were made to
lower the second boat. I cannot say
who was lu charge of this, but I d
know that after the chief steward
had thrown provisions in. he jumped
I nhimself. There were mole men
than women and children in this boat,
which did net go down for it was
broken against the ship ami all were
dro wned.
"These two boats were amidships.
Three other boats were put out aft.
The fourth officer was in one of them
but I cannot say which one. All was
confusion. The ropes broke and the
occupants were thrown into the water
and drowned or killed. When the
captain saw what had happened he
cut the tackle of the other b ats. so
that they could not be launched.
"We were so glad when we saw
th Carmania come, for we said, 'now
we fhall all be saved.'
"The firemen rushed up from be
low and refused to go back. The
captain drew his revolver and drove
them below, but s"iu after as the
t:re was spread hie. they were obliged
to abandon the engines.
"As soon as the Carmania was
sighted the captain mad, all the
women and children r.i to one side.
and the men to the other side.
had been compelled to -;
hrldce and go aft because it was
hot. Women wept, shrieked, laughed
and became hysterical.
-We had not thought of ro.l but
in the afternoon e eonsbb red it bet
ter to get something and went to the
kitchens which we found deserted,
made coffee and helped - -:rs- les to
biscuit and beef. Hut m- t of the
passengers refused to eat.
"We saw rafts sent from
''armahia. but nobod told us to
jump in. lr fact we knew not what
1 m m
turno: , I
"The boats took off in quick sue- '
cession the survhors who passed one P-VI
by one down the lines. Daybreak saw ,
the arrival of two other steamers -?
tne t zar and the .arragansett. ine
latter, an oil tank steamer which came ' Vj measurements, with coupon SSc. N
ai iuu spceti, iook uv a position 1
slightly to the windward of the Vol
turno. In a few minutes she had ;
two large streams of oil pouring on ! :v."5
the water. This was invaluable in ;
helping the rescue work of the small . ir-y-4
b,.ats around the Volturno's stern. l 1 OMlK 1 0 . . J J L
"My o'clock the remaining 521 M d f lra h tlannelette,
had been sa'ely taken off. Lach ship i 'A , Y . . ... , .,
went on a short cruise in different J :j'3 ,in? plnk tr,P- .s;lk hrdld
directions to scout for the missing ' Sj trimmed, all sizes, with coupon
boats, but nothing was seen of them. G"c. N
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$1.. M1-..VS in (O
WORK PANTS ...OOC
Men's work. or dress pants of fancy
woolens and blue serges, all wait
m...,, 1 i.an.m:i.i-1'U- T)
KIMONOb
Indies' llannelette kimonos, mude
of heavv txrade. beautiful rloral de
signs, pateen trimmed; all sizes.
coupon price oSc.
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Tailored Suits . . . sf O m J J
Women's tailored suits in serges,
Bedford cords, new cutaway coat
style, with coupon $S.7."i. N
$.o0 LAi)iL' h
Serge Dresses . . .tpCP
Serge dresses for ladies and misses,
in blue, black and brown, hand
somely trimmed styles, all sizes,
with coupon $?.'2'.K N
si. 00 lac 1:
ft
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ii;?. si.oo
That Tiot over iS "i i lives wri 1nt n:is
lue '.1st to the wirebss and second. e.-J jf r TTyy t JiHtA4
to the spe.-dy arrival and splendid ! I'-1 f 0VttV fi 7Qi
organization of Capt. Harr of the 1 yi ZJ?Jr ff
ra"r',a"ia: .. si.om:i
1 iiuu 10 u;c spinoiii se;nnansnip
oi tne international r seue siuadron.
Fourth, to the Volturno's staunch !
bulk beads. '
Fifth, and above nil. to the provi- j
ient!ai moocT M t ;.n or the gale during
Thursda.v niglit."
3 SPREADS 3 C
) Uemmeil bed spreads, neat pat
t --' terns, use for single or double bed.
l. with coupon .r.7c. N
Lz BREAKS II GOLD III
li FEW HOURS- PfiPE'S
the
thev were there for.
A bout
.'clock the decks aft began to get
oiry warm, theji hotter and hotter.
T.'it we did ret se, m to feel th heat."
I loot snlo Va Uunu d.
Whfi. shown his boot with the sde
l:alf burnt-. i tb.ro-.:h. Trint phl said:
1
First Dose of Pape's Cold Com
pound Relieves All Grippe
Misery.
"I don't remember this. 1 ut it was) .
Dont stay stuffed-up!
vuit blowing and snuffling A dose
of "Pa pes Cold Compound" taken
eery two hours until three doses are
taken will end ;;riipe misery and
1 rci 11 t o ot r ir m rnpr in 1 iih
tin f ol t V . k . lotrirt 1 ill f it' I
" ' ' V 1 " , ' Head. Chest, bodv OT limbs
' 1 : 1 - o. lilt- lin n .tli". iM:in 11 i--i-
ther hair, but others ware quite still.
"After the explosion I thought it
letter to jump, for I am a good
s'. burner. ,ind an F.ngPSh paserrr
and one .f the it. a said t!ie- would
accomr-.iii.'c me. I jumped tirst; they
followed but I m v r s..w tin m au'.nn.
"I made for the C'erman ship, but
tie- did not he ir m T'o-n I cam
toward the Carmania and sliouted.
'Help! and was seen hv th aid of
the sear(dilight. I v;:s about an hour
In the water and became half un
conscious. I k,new not how I was
got out.
'During the day, five sailors and
It promptly opens clogged-up nos
trils and air passages; stops nasty
discharge or nose running: relieves
sick headache, dullness, feverlshness,
sore threat. snuezitK, soreness and
stiffness.
"Tape's Cold Compound" is the
quickest, surest relief known and
costs only 2.. cents at drug stores. It
acts without assistance, tastes nice,
and causes no inconvenience. Don't
accept a substitute. Advt.
l .vie iait(;i: sr.i; ''"i
i BED SHEETS ....
Tv Larsre size zed sheets, sizes 72x90.
a bleached.
3 inch hemmed, ready
for use, with coupon 3 2c. N
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FALL DRESSES . . OOC
Handsome school dresses for girls
G to 14, made of linest washable
galatea. Halkau style. trimmed
in contrasting colors, with coupon
SSc. N
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WRITING TABLET 1 2C
Large size writing tablet, the kind
the boys and girls use lu school.
Will be sold with this coupon lc.
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KID GLOVES ....
Come in tan, black and white; 2
clasps style; the gloe. that will
give up service: with coupon 5c.
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INFANTS' :: J f
SWEATERS JC
In white, with navy, red and tan
trimmeo silk emblem on front, al!
sizes, coupon price :;C. N
J1.00 LA)I1
UNION SUITS . . .
Heavy soft lleece lined garments,
fall weight, silk braid trimmed
yokes, all sizes, with coupon 6 4c. N
64c
t al.uk silk timshod ; cKet rib
bon. ?-.o. 1.; widtii: satin back: 'vill
bv' so.'d wiiii cv.upon. yavu i'c. N
F!armt It tie p-uicl fcr u cmcn,
bea"y rraJe. It plain ex-Tors and
:.'.i:K-r. with cct:iH:.n ZU N
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Combination Coupon
With
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Women's fast black hopsc, hemmed
toj)., in all sizes, with coupon, pair
c. N 1
jc Cai; Talcum
Powder
.1 cards Hooks
and F es
:c Ibdlie of
Vas line
?.c cake of Toih-1
Soap
Total value 1 Gc.
7c
aif".n raio- 1 iii ( I'd
UNDERWEAR . . . .C
Heavy sanitary ll.ced underwear.
prtects the body against cliilly
weather, with coupon each .l.'.c. N
MFN'S 1C- ' -a
DRESS HOSE isC
Men's dress hose, in bbiek and col
ors, seamless, extra special with
coupon, pair ."iV.c. N
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WORK SHIRTS . . &yQ
Men's fadeless blue chaml ray work !
shirts, cut full in body, double
sewed seams, all sizes, with coupon
2 ? c N
ROMPERS Of
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coupon 'Mr.
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12
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PERCALES O2C
Daubb-fol i ilress percales, in dark
patterns, with coupon lUc. N
Sweater Coals . .j.tOO
?4 all wool sweater coats, heavy
knit sweater; cardinal, maroon,
brown and grey, with coupon
$2.6 5. ' N
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INFANTS .) AND 7."c
SHOES J)C
Infants' soft sole shoes, in black,
tan and combinations; all sizes;
with coupon 3 7e. N
MESH BAGS V9C
German silver mesh bags with live
inch mounted frame, closely woven
mesh, will not tarnish, with cou
pon 9 5c. N
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AUTO SCARFS . . 0 C
l-id'cs sir ehin'oti auto scarfs, in
.ill colors, r.e.j: border, with cou
pon tpje. N
MIA'
Fine y.cav.
r0o HAin
SILK BONNETS
t. ;,.xiv,r C,ii- T?.(1fnr.1 cord braoli- ! b;gh
111 H' .iJ UH ....... -
ful embroidere.l styles. ith cou- 5 "'' 4
pon jriee ''Tc. N
SWEATERS OC
b -d ki:il sa fillers,
ittor; 10 I . oi. ir, Wi'fi cou-
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mi tn 1 " it ill ft
Long or short. nains k dres?.s
for infants, ernbrc d'-r r; mrr.ed.
'worth Jl..".'). with -:
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C15ALLIES ..
!! pre, p. t'.oral .:r.. l'erian d
:r -, us- d for ru.-kiug c mfortn,
t .-. u '. ti 1 1 p j n. .if .I 1 ' . -
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Muslin Drawers . . . :i j I ,,.ti
in mbrold- J ?ty 1
h j J.-ht .i'"i 'birw
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Maili- f extra tir.e musi;n
ery, trimmed bottom, v.
17 c.
f o ,iir, ; .ij.ii.-i
I U y b av :b . ii. :.'.:
v., I darW ci,:
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a pr-rty
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CAPS OC
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New fall line of men's
J caps, in novelty mixtures.
the newest shapes, all
sizes, with coupon Sc. N
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BATTING ... OC
Ivirge roll pure white cot
ton tatting, sanitary, used
for making comforts, with
coupon 8c. N
THE STORE THAT DOES THINGS
TTTV vSs ;-a- I'Y--rs'mrT wa fSCil RySiTi frrtYn .V C I size-.
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School Drejs.v
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S.-otch m .x. re.-, s..:. -; .
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Coupon Day is Original with the GRAND LEADER STORE So Clip Now and Save.
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Famous "I.itJle One" rompers, in v
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Children's new fall tyle coaLp, In
cheviot., chinchilla and worsted,
neatly trimmed, with cojpon
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