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Aaron Ward & Sons
951 - 953 Broad St. 619-681 Broad St 481-489 Orange St
Telephone 3210 Mkt. 11 I elephome 55 Mkt. Telephone 2660 B B.
Christmas Specials Lasting All Week
Butter tos'6v,43c
Finest Creamery Butter. Wc
do not sell Imitation, processed
or held goods.
Societe des Roquefort, 48c lb.
La Delicieux Camembert, 38c ea.
* Van Rossem's Edam, $1.25 ea.
Norton’s Famous Pineapple
Cheese, large 59c each, small
41c.
Full Cream American, lb. 22c.
English Dairy Cheese, li>. 28c.
Fresh Caviar
The famous Sevruga Malossol,
}4-lb. jars $2.50, 14s $1.35 ea.
Russian Caviar, in tins, Is $1.75,
/s 95c, %s 50c, 14s 25c.
Artichokes, whole, in tlnB con
taining 6, special 25c tin.
Artichoke Bottoms, in tin, 38c.
Artichokes, in oil (Carciofini),
large bottles 85c, small bot
tles 55c.
French Peas, superfine, 28c tin.
French Peas, extra tine, 24c tin.
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French Peas, very fine. 20c tin.
Mushrooms, sur extra choice,
35c tin.
Mushrooms, extra choice, 32c tin.
Mushrooms, choice, 25c tin.
Macedoines, extra tine, 22c tin.
Haricot Verts, 22c tin.
Haricot Flageolets, 22c tin.
k, White Label Colossal Asparagus,
45c per tin.
Oyster Bay Asparagus, per tin
88c.
Del Monte' Asparagus, 2j4-lb.
tins 28c.
White Label Short Stalks As
paragus, per tin 25c.
French Style Lima Beans, 18c
can.
Extra Selected Stringless Beans,
18c can.
Blue Bel/Tomatoes
The market is very high and
going higher. A bargain in
the Blue Bell Brands. Sani
tary tins 12c can, $1.85 doz.
White Label Tomatoes, can •
15c, dozen $1.70.
Golden Pumpkin, can 15c,
dozen $1.50.
Marrow Squash, can 15c, dozen
$1.50. ,
% Earl}' Stratford Peas, can 15c,
dozen 81.05.
Early Clinton Peas, 18c, dozen
$2.00.
Green Lima Succotash, can 15c,
dozen $1.75.
White Label Extra Sweet Sugar
Corn, 15c can, $1.00 dozen.
Mixed Nuts
Xmas the finest goods we have
seen in years. Everything se
lected, per lb. 23c, 5 lbs.,$1.10.
Paper Shell Almonds, lb. 35c.
Jumbo Washed Brazils, lb. 22c.
Louisiana Paper Shell Pecans,
very large and fancy, lb. 90c.
Thin Shell Jumbo Pecans, lb. 25c.
Long Naples Filberts, lb. 22c.
Old Mission Walnuts, lb. 25c.
Budded California Walnuts, lb.
30c.
Jordan Almonds, shelled, lb. 65c.
Alicante Almonds, shelled, lb.
65c.
Valencia Almonds, shelled, 45c.
English Walnut Meats, lb. 48c.
Pecan Meats, lb. 75c.
Salted Pecans or Walnuts, in
j/j-lb. boxes, 55c each.
Layer Raisins
We carry three grades,all very
fine, in 1-lb. bunches. Super
fine 45c, extra fine 35c and
fine 28c per bunch,
Extra Large Loose Muscatel
Raisins (7 crown), fancy, lb.
28c.
Fancy Seeded Raisins, lb. paper
12c.
Fancy Cleaned Currants, lb. pa
per 12c.
White Rose Cleaned Sultana
Raisins, lb. paper 22c.
Royal Club Sultanos, lb. paper
18c.
Fancy Glace Citron, lb. 24c.
Fancy Lemon or Orange Peel,
22c.
At more's or Brick's
Mince Meat
in 5-lb. pails, v“V
None Such Condensed Mince
Meat, 9c paper.
Mrs. Hardcastle’s Mince Meat,
quart jars 90c, y2 gallons,
$1.75.
Fancy Layer Dates, lb. 14c.
Fancy Layer Figs, lb. 20c.
Fancy Pulled Figs, 1-lb. boxes
25c.
Cresca Stuffed Dates, box 30c.
Glace Fruit, In 5-lb. | /A
boxes, imptd., per box 1 »Uy
Glace Macrons, In tin, 75c.
a nri\r Special! 1-lb. box
a Uliy 0f Assorted Choco
lates, decorated holly
boxes, tied with ribbon
“La Delicieux Sweets,” Finest
Assorted Chocolates, in 1-lb.
boxes 50c, 2-lb. boxes $1.00.
A full line of Chocolates. Bon
bons, Sugar Candy and Nut
Candies, etc., from 25c to
60c lb.
A full line of Candy for Sunday
Schools. Get our prices.
Oranges ^IT G*A$;
carry only the finest Indian
River fruit at right prices.
Extra Fancy Indian River Or
anges, 35c, 40c, 50c dozen;
$4.50 per box.
Large Tangerine Oranges, 35c
dozen.
Baskets of Fruit
Nothing better for a Christ
mas present. We have all
kinds at from $1.50 to $15.00.
54s, Grape Fruit, 15c each.
64b, Grape Fruit, 13c, 2 for 25c.
Fancy Almeria White Grapes,
per lb. 20c.
Hot House Grapes
We have them imported from
Belgium, lb. 00c.
Fancy Oregon Pears, Apples,
Persimmons, etc.
New Prunes IS
fruit and small pits, lb. 18c.,
2-lb. box 35c.
Fancy Large Bugle Cranberries,
simply perfect, quart 15c.
Pannettoni di
Milano
The finest product of our bak
ery department on sale
Wednesday afternoon, 25c,
50c and $1.00 each. Leave
your orders in advance. Try
our cakes.
English Plum
Pudding
Mrs. Hardcastle’s, simply per
fect. 1 lb. 35c, 2s 70c, 3s
$1.00, 4s $1.25.
Richardson & Robbin’s Plum
Pudding, 1 lbs. 23c, 2s 43c,
3s 63c, 4s 80c.
Brandy Peaches
The famous A. W. & S. kind,
quart jars, special, $1.35.
Imported Maraschino Cherries,
small jars 25c, medium 50c,
large 75c.
Club Cocktails
The famous mixture of Heub
lein, Manhattan, Martini,
Bronx, etc., spec., bottle 05c.
]pa l or a GALLON PORT,
•uU Sherry, Angelica, Sweet
Catawba or Muscatel Wine.
Demijohn Free.
Our Monogram Cigars, 25 for
$1.50.
La Gloriana Cigars. 25 for $1.25.
El Pasha Puritanos, 25 for $2.25.
"Ultra H. S.” Key West Cigars,
50 for $1.88.
g*".Doubie^tflfSiampsWitli Morning Purchases; SingleH&CStamps After Noon
[America’s Greatest Furniture House I
^umann
&<ompy
49 and 51 Market Street
NEWARK, N. J.
New York Store--Block 8th Ave.--35th to 36th Sts.J
'LIBERAL credit
50c Weekly
Opens an Account
An account with us is a sav
ing—a convenience when you
need it most. It need never
worry you, for we make due
allowance in case of accident,
illness or misfortune.
Accounts Opened
From $5 Up
$50.00/ $3.00 to $4.00 Deposit
Worth i 75c to $1.00 a W'eek
$100 ($7.00 to $10.00 Deposit
^Worth ^ $1.00 to $1.50 a Week j
I Ideal Xmas Gifts at Bargain Prices I
Odd pieces of furniture to delight the heart of the grown-up. The “one-of-a-kind” pieces at half price are fl
going rapidly. CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF THAT
Our Prices Are Always title Lowest
OPENEVENINOSTILL 10 P. M. UNTIL XMAS)|
!S~FOR CHILDREN AT STARTLING PRICES)!
acker Child’ s Desk GtPcART | I
Value telual $1.3< The eollap Ej j
«l»*e. Made '■'fble kind, som
13 .'itli folding t li a t open |fj8
finish, *Ksi has. a ’Vil olose §§$
' snat, The “Hickory Steering wpuh hin«li < !onone Tn I
k r i Cl J \ctual ’ic "d; a nifty have folding HI
mtiah Coaster Sled v«. 75c desk 5 ™ * * i/Y’e ffi
All wooden parts made of imuks and B|
selected liloK - rubber j ^9
have 'new *'griPj orated; actual valu:
rlder^ perfe vi _25c j|
‘Vlthin (Double Stamps with Cd-citrine Sing,e stampA F'.!!l!l.|Pa'11 ^,Ih,n I
Pur‘ 1 Morning Purchases Kt.M' OlcMlpS after IZo’Clock J lco M,les °n p“r
dOver v -nr ^ chases of SSandOver B9
JTO DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF NEW JERSEY H
We Give ZT9C Trading Stamps With All Purchases
4 RECTORS NOW
Bishop O’Connor and His [)io>
cesan Consultors Create
New Positions.
Three new irremovable rectorates
were created by the diocesan consultors
who met with Bishop John J. O'Connor
yesterday and appointed Rev. Eugene
P. Carroll, of St. Bridget's Church, this
city, to the rectorship of Our Lady of
Grace Church, Hoboken. Those who
were named irremovable rectors besides
Father Carroll are the Rt. Rev. Mon
signor John A. Sheppard, of St. Mi
chael’s, Jersey City; Rev. Andrew M.
Egan, of St. Mary’s, Bayonne, and Rev.
John F. Ryan, of St. Bridget's, Jersey
City.
In a decree recently issued by Pope
Pius X. the four new irremovable rec
tors will also be empowered to vote
■with the diocesan consultors to till any
vacancy caused by the doath of a
bishop. The consultors also elected the
Rt. Rev. Monsignor James F. Mooney
to succeed the late Monsignor Kelly as
a trustee of the diocese, and Rev. Jo
seph H. Meehan, pastor of All Saints’
Church, Jersey City, was elected a dio
cesan consultor to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of Monslgnor
Kelly. Father Carroll’s appointment
goes into effect Sunday, January 7,
next.
Monslgnor Sheppard, who is the sev
enth vicar-general of the diocese, be
came rector of St. Michael’s parish on
April 6, 1898. He was'born in Ireland,
but came to this country at a very
early age and was brought up in St.
John's parish, Paterson. His prepara
tory studies were made at St.
Charles's College, Maryland, and Seton
Hall, of which he is an alumnus of the
class of '72. His theological studios
were made in the diocesan seminary
and he was ordained in the college
chapel June 10, 1876. His only iu>
polntment as assistant was to uie
Cathedral, where he spent almost seven
years, discharging for a time the du
ties of chancellor of the diocese. He
later became reotor in Dover and Pas
saic. On October 18, 1903, the priest
was vested with the purple of domestic
prelate, the first conferred on any
priest by Pope Pius X.
Father Egan was appointed pastor
of St. Mary’s, Bayonne, on January 6.
1902. Born in this city August 21, 1855,
he made his preparatory studies partly
at St. Charles’s College, Ellicott City,
Md., and in St. Hyacinth's College,
Canada, and was graduated from Seton
Hall in the class of '76. He was or
dained to the priesthood in St. Pat
rick's Cathedral May 22, 1880. His
missionary career began In St. Mary’s,
Bergen Point, then to St. Michael’s,
Jersey City; again to Bergen Point,
from 1883 to 1892, when he was named
rector of St. Virglllus’s, Morris Plains
He was appointed rector of the Sacred
Heart Church, this city, in 1897.
Rev. John F. Ryan Was born in
Dover in 1863, studied at Seton Hall,
was graduated In '83 and ordained
June 4, 1887. He succeeded the late
Father William H. Dornin as rector of
St. Bridget’s. Jersey City, in 1899. He
was for ten years rector at Arlington,
i
(FIREMEN’S RELIEF ASS’N
IN PROSPEROUS SHAPE.
The present year has proved the most
successful in the history of the Fire
men’s Relief Association, as shown by
I the treasurer’s report, res at the an
nual meeting last night. While the
| hank balance at th closo of 1930 was
' little more than $4,600, the sum has now
Increased to more than $7,000. Nearly
$95,000 Is represented in stocks, bonds
and mortgage investments,
j The report also showed that 101 wid
I ows of exempt firemen, eight orphans,
thirty-one exempt and twenty-three
I active liremen were benefited by the
| association during the year, '"lie total
| receipts for the year were $40,399.i4.
Battalion Chief Paul J. Moore, of the
Newark fire department, was elected
| treasurer for the third consecutive
term. Other officers elected last night
were: Michael C’affery, president, for
the third time; Patrick S. Smith, secre
tary, for the third time, and William Ol
vaney, vice-president, for the third
time. The law firm of Michael T. &
II. M. Barrett, will continue as coun
sellors. The board cf trustees comprise
Charles C. Storch, George F. Lynch
and Thomas Hi ia...
ELECTED AS BUSINESS
DELEGATE 12TH TIME.
For the twelfth consecutive time A. J.
Cozzollno has been elected business
representative of Waiters’ Union, Local
No. 109, and delegate of th local to
the Essex Trades Council. Mr. Cozzo
lino was among the organizers of the
local and has been recognized as one of
the hardest' workers for the Interest of
the local. The other officers of the lo
cal are: President, James Dowling;
vice-president, Henry Koehler; record
ing secretary, Cha-les Broecker;
financial secretary, Louis Isaacs; trus
tees, Charles Donath, Joseph Kanzian
and Ellas Kochman; Inspector, Albert !
Putnam: insid. guard, Louis Connors; I
chaplain, B. M. Nowell.
SIX HURT IN TRAIN CRASH.
8WANTON, Vf., Dec. 19.—Slippery
rails caused a freight train on the St.
Johnsbury and Lake Champlain divi
sion of the Boston and Maine railroad
to crash into tile rear coach of a Cen
tral Vermont passenger train at East
Swanton last night. Two eoaoches
were derailed and six passengers slight
ly injured,
RADIO-ELECTRIC TREATMENT
Moat scientific owl modern, for Chronic DIs
ea*fn. .Vfivou* Debility, Rheumatism, etc.
Oonsulta?ion and examination free.
NEW JERSEY MEDICAL OFFICES, INC.
Holt Building, Broad and Cedar Sin.,
Newark, V. J. Phone 72412 Market.
Take elevator. Fifth floor.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
SPECIAL MEETING
on December 19, 1911, of Metal Pol
ishers. Dot:® No. 44, at 201 Plune street.
Business of great importance to be
transacted. Be present.
WILLIAM LOGAN, Rec. Secy.
*Sr- STORE OPEN EVERY NIQHT THIS WEEK sa»
“YOU SAVE MONEY WHE'i YOU SPEND !T AT GOERKE’S”
MARKET ST. A-i V/JK liV A^t the ♦ coktoi
2 S. & H. (ireen Trading Stamps Free for Every 10c You Spend Here Before Noon; After Noon One
Dress Goods and Silks
as Holiday Gifts
39c f^ress Go^ds for 25c
2,500 yards of 38-inch Melton Cloth and 38
inch Hair-line Panama; these are stand- g% §■
ard 39c grade; in navy blue and black;
special tomorrow, a yard.
29c Chiffon Silk for 19c
Most unusual sale of 3,000 yards, of 27-inch
Chiffon Silk, in plain and Jacquard effects; beauti
ful shimmering silks in pvery conceivable f ffe
shade and black; sold everywhere at 29c; I JlfJ
special here tomorrow, at, yard. ■
240 Samples
Men’s Fancy Vests, in a sale just in time
for the holidays.
240 Sample Vests, bought at a price that will
enable us to offer them at about the actual cost
of manufacture. Plain white, as well as neat
stripe mixtures. Sizes from 33 to 44 chest.
Divided in three lots:
1,50 Vest for.oSc
2.00 Vest for.1.49
and a 3.00 Vest for . . . • 1.95
Third Floor—Market Street
$15,000 Jewelry
On Sale Almost at 50 Cents on the Dollar
Jewelry Novelties—Always acceptable and desirable holiday gifts. Heaps
of beautiful jewelry, such as fancy scarf pins, gold or oxidized finish, cut stone
centre, In neat box; brilliant rhinestone brooches; gold-filled scarf pins; mm mm
y.,,,. fancy lavallleres; rhinestone rings, copies of the genuine fancy gold In
laid back combs; cuff links; bracelets; lorgnette; regularly selling at
/b3em®T^ Handsome Noveltiea nt $1.00, Regularly Selling at $1.50—Solid gold
«carf plus, pretty designs, real pearls, set of rhinestone combs, back and two side
KltiSix. combs, a neat box, gold plated; bracelets engraved or chased, secret lock, war
ranted to wear; beautiful brilliant star shaped rhinestones, hat pins, fancy gold
t inlaid and rhinestone back combs, sterling silver lavallleres, fancy m
I jewel cases, French gray or ormolu gold, pink or blue silk lining. I
beautiful rare patterns; set of cuff links and scarf pins, in neat | |||||
leather case, for the men.
fi a I I Neckwear In Fancy Christina*
11)6 ? Sl6 Hoxe*, Including bows, jabots,
# side effects, cascades, collar and
OT H«in IfPf- cuff sets, stock collars *i r .
Ill nail iRCI at 25c, 49c. 75c and 98c I Jl J
rhiofc an 5 ®ach- values to.
vlllCl«fr dll " Pretty Milk Scarf* for EvenluK
IIaa'muaav Wear, or can be used for muf
R6G \WC9l tiers, prices range P nn
«... frorn 49c to 3,98 each 3 Uu
PW«ln Floor_lvalues to.
We would like to have you see our line of New
Neckwear at 49c. We consfder it unbeatable. You
will find It quite a solution of the gift problem;
just think of it—40c for a 75c Article.
10,000 Fine Sf. Lull F.inbrolwred Handkerchief*,
10c each, value 15c; 1244c each, value 19c; 15c each,
value 25c; 25c each, value to 50c each.
Women’* I nil Ini Handkerchief*, 6 in a QQn
fancy box, value 75c, at a box. Uuu
Men’* Plain nnd Women’* Initial Hand- HQ.
kerchief*, G in a box, value 50c. at a box of 6. / Ju
Men’* and Women’* Initial Handkerchief*. AQn
6 In a box, value 75c, at a box. ‘rub
Men’* nnd Women’* Linen Hand-PA Q fp
kerchief*, 6 ill a box, values to 1.00, nMP X> I jP
at a box.w w
Heal Prince** Lace llnndkerchlef*, values to1
3.98, at 25c, 40c, 75c, 08c, 1.25 1.30 nnd 1.98 each.
Table linen as a Holiday Gift
Hemstitched Linan Table Cloth and
Napkins to Match
Pure white bleach, all-linen * PA
damask, 8-10 cloth, one dozen &£, jjJ
napkins to match, entire set... .
Satin Damask Pattern Table Cloths, |% A a
the new round centre designs; 8-4 size, S ^ ,
1.69, and 8-10 size.
HOLIDAY SPECIALS IS THE
Toilet ioods and ;
1 Stationery Dept.
Waterman’* Ideal Fountain Jr* ft ft
wKfo' Pen*—Make useful Christ-.. Sj ■ HI
mas gifts, from.2.50 to *** ww
( oinli nnd BriiNli Set* -In fox and ebony fin- ft A
isli, silver trimming on comb and brush, good
bristle; each set In lined box special, at. " w**
Perfume—In fancy bottle in all odors; special, | A.
bottle . .. I UC
Children’* lloak*—Tie lo 50c.
Alger** Honk* -Special, 18c.
Manicure Mel* -Consisting of file, salvo jar. g*ft
cuticle knife, buffer nml button hook in lined fjflIQ
box; regularly 98c, special at.
Hand Mirror*—Whit.*', celluloid frame and PA
handle. French beveled glass, back will stand fjfllfj
engraving; regular 1,00, special at. wwx*
Writing Paper—Fancy holiday boxes; 50 ft g ^
sheet* and no envelopes to match, linen finished; /{In j
regularly 50c. special, at.. j
standing Mirror*—Clear glass mirror, nick- Aft <
oied parts throughout; some come with cup and «
brush; special for tomorrow.10c to "ww i
$3 X s Umbrellas 1.98
A lot of 2,000, in sizes for
men and women; coverings of
the best grade of union silk,
with wide tape edge and close
rolling paragon frame, silk
case and tassel; the handles
are sterling silver trimmed
mission, green ebony, gold
plated, chased designs, buck
horn, staghorn and boxwood;
a style to suit everybody's
taste; special, each, | QA
only. . I ■ vD
---
Wertheimer's Imported Real Kid
Gloves for Women, in tan and other
good shades; the regular .
1.50 quality; one pair in a 1
box; special. II
Boys’ Lined Kid Gloves, in
tan, fine quality; regular
1.00 glove, special.
Boys’ and Girls’ Unlined «A
Kid Gloves of good quality, It U P
in tan; value 80c, special.. UwU
Men’s Silk Socks
High grade silk half
hose, not the thin, flimsy
ldtid. but a good, substan
tial fall weight, shown In
black, tan, cadet, purple
and gTay. heels and toes
spliced with linen; a hose
that Is bound to as
wear as well as It fnA
looks; 50c val. at, UaJlj
3 for l.OO) per pair >
women's Silk How,
Pure Thread Silk, extra
double soles, high spliced
lisle heels and toes,
double garter w ■ I
welt, 3 pair In a 1
pretty holly box, |a
spec., box of 3, for
Men’s and Women’s Stockings—Fine, lustrous
lisle; soles, heels and toes spliced with 4 ft A
linen; deep double garter welt; four pairs j |||}
in a pretty gift box, for. ,,ww
• TOYS
GoerVfi's Famous 1.00
Eeauly Do!!
The best, biggest a i rl
handsomest doll in
America for the
money. Made espe
cially for us by Eu
rope’s best maker of
dolls. Come here and
select one of these
beauties. “My
Dearie/' “Pansy’
and others; finest
quality French bisqm
head, pretty face
parted woven wigs,
eyelashes, laughing
eyes that open and
close, pearly teeth,
double-jointed wrists
and legs, handsome
chemise; doll stands
52 inches high: 500
of tlu*«e on* f|f|
Wednesday at. liUU
Toy Pianos
Mahogany finish, 5
keys, special
14c
Moving Picture Machine
Large size, com
plete with films and
slides; can bo used
as magic lantern,
very special
? 98c
Iron Toys
Fire Engines »r<*ok and Ladders.
Hose Carts,
• tc.; all have
t'iree horses;
special
49c
Horse and Wagon
Large assortment. Including Milk
Wagons. Trucks! I
Hand Wagons, etc
rilllh covered
horse, special at
89c
Flexible Filer* — The genuine;
here, special for Wednesday 1.95
Mechanical Trains
Engine, tender, dir and enough
tracks to make a large-size Qh
circle; special at.UHli
\
Practical Gifts for1 Mon
NED'S BATH ROBES, 2.69
Fine Bath and Lounging Robes, mad© of extra
quality German blankets, new figured patterns in
an excellent range of pretty color combina
tions, satin yoke, piped seams, box A A A
pleated backs; good 3.00 value, for
Men’s 350 & *4 Sweater Coats, 2.79
Pure wool worsted sweater coats,
two pockets, smoked pearl buttons,
hand-finished throughout; A
perfect coats; regular 3.50 M I JJ
and 4.00, choice. N W
Men's Combination Sets, 49o
A pretty box containing a pair of
suspenders, armbands and J|A
garters, all to match; actu
ally worth 85c, very special "UU
Other Combination Sets, at
98c and 1.30
Holiday Gifts in the Basement
K( vi graceful shapes, excellent
ware from Ohio’s leading potteries;
set consists of C dinner plates. 6
soup plates. 6 breakfast plates, 6
butter plates, 6 cups, 6 saucers. 1
large platter, pickle dish, 1 covered
butter dish, I (reamer, 1 A AA
bowl. I baker, 1 large cov- / {IN
ered dish; complete set for.. ‘"I,v
i lit Gln*» Fern DUh—Plat- A pn
ed lining and everlasting Jl zl||
fern, for.u
Full-Mine Oil Heater—Japanned <or
nickel trimmed; all the latest A r,.
improvements; holds* four / nil
quarts, choice, at.
Double Covered Roasting Pam—
Self-basting, extra deep size; Is
made of refined smooth steel: 00a
heavy handles; will hold /JR
large sized fowl; sale price. . **
Child's Auto
Child's Auto, largo s!*e, with rub
ber tires, steering device; a i QQ
fine durable toy; here at. ‘t'JJO
English Ooll Carriage
21-incH solid wood bodies, highly
enameled, with folding leath- I QQ
er cloth hood, at.liiJU
14-Piece
Jap. Chinn
C h ocolnte
Set—Flor
al and flg
ured de
sign; 200
of them at
1.44
Jnp. China Cnpn and Saaoert—
Beautiful thin cups and saucers
for tea or coffee; 200 dozen for Dp
tomorrow at, pair.***
Not more than one dozen to a. cus
tomer.
T-Pleoe Nut Set—For table 4Qn
use, clever Jap decoration, at.. *tOu
Carlalmd China, 7-plece Berry Set
— Very prettily decorated; set con
sists of a large bowl and 6
berry saucers; worth 1.50; jjnL
special .
Cut Glass Sugar and
Cream Set—Beautiful de- QQp
signs, deep shape, special. ■ ——
Gaines—All the lateBt. nloely lith
ographed In rich colors; Nellie Bly,
Lotto. Game of India, Fish Pond,
Mother Goose. Picture Cublcs; I np
upward from. I Ub
Child’s Folding Desks, with black
board inside; strongly made; 7Cp
special .. • ■ • "b
Child's Table—Large size, with
drawers, painted red; 600 of I fin
them to go at.••• l«wu
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