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A beautiful showing of patlern hata of velvet and the new
natter' plush which baa bwoiua a favorite tola aeaaon; Tory jirot
93.50 to $0.00
The Vaaaar Hat, ahown here exclusively, baa won in.tant favor
' becanse It U ao pecul'irly adapted to afhool ulrls" neda It Is neat
and atyllfh, yet may be rolld In a tiny bundle and stowed In a coat
sleeve and cornea out with never a wrinkle. All color
The new Aviation knit caps and hood a for Klrls, mlsse and
women will bo more popular than ever this winter a clever lUtle
cap of f enulce angora la attracting a great deal of attention
31.00 and $1.50
to tod io
IMC-120 T ARK All CTHEDT
fioratlnn be entirely separated from any
ronnectlnn with the corporations sinona
which the properties and businesses now
in the combination im tn be distributed.
That appropriate provisions bo Inserted
In the final decree Riving force to the
fnreaolnir conditions by way of Injunc
tion upon all parties to the suit, etc.
. Capitalisation of rT torn pan lea.
Itepccting the capitalization ot the new
companies, the attorney general says;
"The question of capitalisation of the
varloua corporations among which It In
proposed to distribute tha properties anil
businesses now In the combination; aa to
the distribution ot assets, ua between pre
ferred stockholders and common Mock
holders; and aa to tho amounta oflcred
to be paid or distributed to the holders
of bonds of either class, or preferred
stock, are submitted to the court aa mat
ter concernlna; the Ma kholders of the
corporations and the bond holders; tha
MOVtrnment being concerned mereiy with
the ClslnteBratlon of an illeKal combina
tion and the re-creation ot competltlva
uondlttons under auoh clrcumstancea and
with auch safeguards aa will Int-ure tha
continuation of auch competitive condl
tlona and prevent a recurrence of the un
lawful condition found by the court to
exist In thla caae."
Finally tha attorney general aaka for
a fsneral Injunction prohibiting the re
creation of the combination or of any
similar combination, lie says:
"That, by the final decree to be en
tered herein. II bo provided that the de
fendant named In the petition, their
loapectlfe of fleam, directors, acentsV ser
vants and employ ea, be forever enjoined
n ml prohibited from continuing or carry
InK Into further effect the combination
adjudged lllegul by the aupreme court,
and from entering into or forming any
like combination or conspiracy, the ef
fect of which la, or will be to restrain
commerce In tobacco or lt products, of
In artloles used in connection with the
manufacture and trade In tobacco and its
products, among the states or In the ter
ritories, or with f orris rt nations, or to
prolong the unlawful monopoly of auch
commerce obtained and possessed by tho
defendants, at adjudged herein in viola
tion of tha act ot congress approved
July J, ,1890, either:
"By causing the conveyance of tha
physical property and business of any of
the corporations among which tho prop
erties and bualneinea now in the combina
tion are to be distributed to any other
ot said corporations by plnctnit tho stocks
of any one or more of said corporations
In the ha tide of voting trustees or can
trailing the voting power ot auch stocks
by any similar device; or
All Kestratats Illegal.
' liy making any express or implied
agreement or an alignments together or
una wlUi another Ilka those adjudged Il
legal by the supreme court In thla cause;
relative to tha control or management of
any of said corporations, or the price or
terms ef purchase, or of sale of tobacco
or any of It product, or the supplies or
other product dealt with In connection
with the tobaoco business, or relative to
the purchase, salo, transportation or
manufacture of tubaccv, or lis product or
supplies or other product aforesaid by any
of the parties hereto, which will have a
like effect In restraint vt commerce
among the states. In the territories and
with foreign nations to that ot the com
bination and operations of which la en
Joyed In this cause; or by making any
agreement or arrangement of any kind
wltn any other of auch corporations
under whien trade or buaincas Is appor
tioned between auch coijioratloii In re
spect either to customers or localities; or
by any of audi corporations doing busi
ness, directly or Indirectly under any
other than their own rcbpectlve corporate
names; by refusing tn e!l to any Jobber
any brands of auy tobacco product man
ufactured by it except upon condition
that such Jobber shall purchase from the
eudur some other brand or product, also
manufactured and Bold by It; or
"By the Itrltlsh American company and
the Imperial company employing it com
mon agent for the purchase of leaf to
bacco In tha I'nlted Ktatea. or by either
of aaid two companies uniting with any
of the. copporaiiune among which the
propertiea and businesses now In the
combination are to be distributed, In the
tnployraent of a common agent for the
purchase ot tobacco leaf; or
"Uy trannferrlng to und vesting In any
of the corporations among which the
proirtlea , and businesses now In the
cotubiniion . are to be distributed, any
part of 'the atoik of the United Cigar
;Vherefere the I'nlted States prays
the ciurt UtaU Im ooniiecUqn with aay
plan or .method ft dissolving the unlaw
ful combination of the defendants found
by the supreme court to exist In tbia
eave, and of recreating outj of the ee
luenta now comlxMtlug It a inw condition
ahicb shall be boneslly lu harmony with
and aot repugnant to the law, which this
court may ascertain and determine upon.
ej4 U tb f nal decree, le be readued 10
For TnmJiy -we
itnake a very lntereBt
Idr of ferine tn the hat
wilon tfaa (Mr.
iU1.Ua htHM an drveriv
fantioiiAd from black
ab nary Mac Tftlvt.it
m-jA tIMjub Xmwu ADO
Tbj-"ra fireyaT. etrT
IneuUJ aid ra iooi
ing, an 4 juiced tat
thla cause, the foregoing requests anl
stnjfccisMotis be adopted and embodied,"
l.edrnrd Appears for Trnst.
. Mr. Ijedyeid argued against a receiv
ership fur the Tobacco trust.
' Never yet lu thla country," anld Mr.
Ledyiud, "liua conflnrHtlon of property
been permitted, and I hope It never will
be. It wus not unreasonable that tho
aupreme court recommended that a plan
of reorKunltatlon of ttipo rnmptinlcM he
deviled which will be In liarmony with
the law and not result In dixaater to btisl
Mr. 1,ilyard declared that nt the rnitart,
following tho order of the supreme court
for (llHsiilutlon of the combination, It
reonud ImposHlhlo to devlxo a plan, but
that a plan finally had been proposed
after many conference In which Attor
ney Ueneral Wlckerham participated.
Mr. I.edyard alludcl frequently to cun
lerences with Attorney (Irneral Wlcker
sham on the cno and to tho latter'! In
dolence that the American Tobuoco com
pany win too large entirely under the
original plan of reorganisation. Thla re
aulted. Mr. I.edyard declared. In amend
ing tho plan by further distributing the
holdings of that company and going Into
"a point, f my opinion, far beyond the
requirements nf the law."
Mr. Irfdyard endeavored to convince
the court that the reorganization pro
posal would be effective and legal by dls.
trlbutlng In Ulvldt.tida to the stockholders
entitled thereto, seruiIHe of subsidiary
companies of the American Tobacco com
pany, by the formation ot new companies
and soiling thereto a suhatantlul part of
the business of the defendant company In
return for aecurltlea of the new ' com
panies and by the sale of property and
buNlnctN for cash. The plan, he raid.
carefully guards the Mockholderi' Interest
and absolutely prohibits any stockholder
acquiring any more than hla Just propor
tion In the companies proposed. That
the plan was proposed In good fnltli, Mr.
tiedyurd a mured the cotirt, and he asked
the court's approval of the scheme.
Attorneys fur llondholdrra.
Following Mr. ledyard'a atatement
Morgun J. O Helen appeared on behalf
of a majority of the 6 per cent bondhold
era of the American Tobaoco ciunpanlen.
He announced that lie was instructed by
those bondholder to approve of the re
organisation plait submitted by tlieVle
fetnlunta. Viewed front any standpoint.
Mr. O'llrien raid, the plan was entitled
to approval by the court.
JoKepU II. Choate appeared on behalf
of the 4 per cent bondholders of the
Tobacco company. The bondholders' as
aoclation hold on deposit more than I--).-
WO.00 of bunds. Mr. Choate said the po
sition of these bondholder waa peculiar,
representing the Innocent Investor end
the public. These bondholders, he B:ild,
had agreed to the principal points of
the proposed reorganisation.
Mr. Choate said Ida clients had in
structed hint to appeal for approval of
the scheme "substantially aa It Is."
There waa filed with the court today
the brief In support of objections to the
reorganlaution plan by the National Cigar
Leaf Tobacco association, the Cigar Man
ufacturers' aaoclutlon and the Independ-
nt Tobacco Baleemen'a association. The
brief was filed by l.ouls U. llrundeia and
r'ellx II. Levy, who litter will be beard
by the couit. 'This protest seta forth
that tho proposed reorganisation of the.
American Tobacco company a between
the American Tobacco company. Leggltt
& Meyer Tobacco company, the I.orlllard
Tobacco company and 11. tl. Iteynolda
Tobacco company "Is a continuation of
the illegal combination" and would re
sult lu four monopolies instead of one."
FIRST MRS. CHARLES GATES
TO MARRYA. C. MUJLIETTA
NEW YORK, Oct. SlX-Mra. Charles O.
Oatea, who secured a divorce last May
from the son and heir of tho late finan
cier, John W. Hates, will be married
about November U to A. C. MlgUetta, as
sistant secretary ot the Texas till com
pany, one of the llutea properties. Mrs.
Gates was Mls Mary Martin of Ht. Ixuls.
8he married Charles (J. tidies lit 1)4)7.
Itoberi 1'attuu I. Isle.
PHILAI'KLrillA, Oct. 30-Itobert J'at
ton I. Isle, aged T, pay director of th
I'nlttd (States navy, who waa retired with
the rank ot rear admiral, died suddenly
today at Ida home in this city from
r'rlahteaed lata rile '
by fear of appeudlcliU, take Dr. King's
New Life 1'tlU, and away goes bowel
trouble Guaranteed. . ST.-. For sale by
Heat on Drug Co.
Mrr'arlaad Arralaameat Poslpoaeal.
NKWAltK. N. J., Oct. . The arraign
ni.ru of Allison M. Karlund on an in
dictment charging him with murder In
the firt degree tn causing tha death of
his wife by poison, was postponed today
Ifee Want Ada will Itoost our bual
ocas and cause It to grow.
ITALIANS SHOOTING ARABS
Native. Seen on Oaili Adjoining
Tripoli Killed on Sij-ht.
GRZAT SLAUGHTER AT BENQIIAZI
Tkres llaadrea lelllaaa. Half ef
W ksia Were Wsnirs and hit
drrs, Killed Dorlaa; the
II am bard me nt.
TKII'OIJ, Oct. 50 Via Malta, Oct. :a
Fur three days the Italians have been
ystemattr ally alaughterlng Arabs In the
residential oasis outside the city. Every
Arab met was shot down. Many women
have been killed.
In the confusion attending th Italian
bombardment of llenghaxl on October 19
Immense damage wa done. Three hun
dred civilians, one-half of whom were
women and children, were killed.
Tarke Closing; lat oa City.
LONDON, Oct. . a dispatch from
Constantinople aaya: "Accoidlng to news
from Tripoli published here tha Turks
have captured the last of the Italian outer
entrenchments and occupied the suburb
Zaire and all approaches to Tripoli from
' Hefore the battle the tribesmen took
a solemn oath to sacrifice themselves to
I the last man lu defanae of their country.
une hundred and fifty Arabs who were
holding a certain position bound them-
1 selves together with straps fastened to
I their ankles and awore not to move from
their tracks until their ammunition was
TAFT PROYES PHILOSOPHER
(Continued from First I'age.)
in the last twenty years, will silently
pass before the pree'dentlal reviewing
Mand. ..lrty thntiMind miners arc ex
pected to attend the meeting.
After luncheon lTeUent Taft will go
to the Water Street wharf on tho Mo
iioiigahela, rlvnr, and assist the Western
I'ennMjlvanl.. 5!itorlcHl society In com
memorating the beginning of steam navi
gation on tile western rivets. Thu New
Orleans, the first steamboat to navigate
tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers in 1S11.
wan built by NlCholus J. lloosevelt. A
replica of the Now Orleana ho been con
structed and will make a abort trip down
tho Ohio .under it own steam. Mrs,
Nicholas Longworth. tho daughter of for
mer president , Koosevelt and a great
grand niece of Nicholas J. Itoooevelt, will
christen the New Orleans.
In the evening tho banquet of the I'ltts
burgh Chamber of Commerce will be held
In Memorial hall, whluh ban J'lxt been
erected at a cost of $L',000,OnO by Allegheny
county, in momory of the men who fought
during tho civil war. It is tHo flrnt ban
quet to bo held in Memorial ball and
therein Ilea a story.
Arrangements had ben jierfected to
hold the banquet at the Motel Kchenley,
but requests for tickets were so numerous
that there waa not room In tho hotel, and
the acene was shifted to Memorial hall.
It was to have been a "wet" banquet,
but committees of old soldiers and the
county commlsMioneis notified the Cham
ber of Commerce thurlt would be against
the law of the Memorial to serve liquor
within the ball, and It waa announced
that the banquet would bo "dry." It
had been planned to extinguish the l'ghts
In the big auditorium suddenly nnc the
waiters were to have entered from air
sides of the banquet room carrying tllHhcs
of flaming brandy. It was conceded that
the picture of 800 tongues of flickering
blue flumes being carried about tho dark
ened hall and finally placed before each
diner would have been effective. But the
proHpect of this picture was knocked Into
a crooked bat when liquor waa barred,
and tho artlxtlo chef's only consolation
now la tho fact that the norvlce guard of
tho president would not have allowed the
lights to lave been turned down any
At Rod and Gun Club
Members of the ltod and Oun club be
longing to the Aloha cottage crowd
clored their season at the club Saturday
evening with a reception to new members
and Invited guests In tho form of a stag
social and smoker. The evening was spent
with cards, story telling and refresh
ments, Including an abundance of oyster
on the half nhcll, and the best ot a musi
cal treat both vocal and Instrumental.
The Ak-Sar-lien . quartet, consisting of
Messrs. Swift, lleaton, lierlln and MlllW,
delighted the company with several
vocal selections, and I'lof. 11, K. Feter
son guve several piano solos. Kveryono
present was glad that he waa there and
Bony that the season for such affairs was
over at the club.
The participants were Mayor James C.
Duhlinan, Mlchuel I,. Kndies. Cleorge K.
Vuger. W. Bcott King, Henry Mayo, Jack
llrennau, David ). Christie, James
Bvxlft, Thomas J. Flynn, Dean Herlln, A.
K. Andrvson. Fetor O. II. lloland, K. W.
1111, I'. II. Luikart, Trot. II. E. Peter
son, Itobert U. Wolfe, Thomas E. Wood,
Thomas K. Ilalfe, nomas Qulnlan, Wil
liam Wlttaker, Thomas J. Davis, A. E.
Ilium, Edward lllack. W. C. lleaton. Jr..
Clinton Miller, W. I.. King, Harry King,
Frank Wooley, Feter Hoysen, Hugh Wll
lluma, William F. Weber and Oeorgo
M liters Celebrate MHehrll Day.
FoTTSVIl.LE, Fa.. Oct. 30.-AII the
mines in the anthraclto regions were
closed today in celebration of Mitchell
dv, an honor annually tendered John
Mitchell, former president of the Fulled
Mine Workers' of America for hla ser
tcea to that organisation.
Ws avour the market for
the beat food stuffs obtain
able. We exert-lac a n.uro
aieful dlM-rlmliiatlon lu
our selection than the aver-
ago nouhewire conaiuer
I hut our viands
k. -e J ysji 1 1 mi
Men Paid Expenses
by Stephenson Say
it Was Not Bribe
MILWAUKEE. Oct. CO -More denials
of charges that Senator Isaao Ftephenson,
by spending llin.ore In a primary cam
paign, had secured his election through
bribery, were made today befjr the
senatorial Investigating committee.
If. It. I'estulostl declared he never had
been offered a bribe to desert F. E.
Mctiovern, another republican candidate,
for Stephenson, as was set forth In the
ptctftc charges sent to the Vnlted Rates
I'o Kalplnskt admitted that . while
working to promote the candidacy of 8.
A. Cook In the primaries of UW, he ac
cepted expense money from Senator
Stephenson, but he denied it was In
tended as a bribe.
Btate Senator Paul O. Hustlng, a mem
ber ot the commtttse which framed th
Stephenson chargea, was examined as to
the statutes by which the commutes was
Explaining the detail with which the. In
vestigation has been conducted for four
weeks, Senator W. B. Ileyburn, the
"We do not Intend that later any one
shall say wo neglected any pert of these
charges, or that we have attempted to
whitewash Senator Stephenson."
The Inquiry as far ai hearings In Mil
waukee are concerned,- probably will be
concluded late today or tomorrow.
of National W.C.T,U.
Make Their Reports
MILWAUKEE. Oct. .lO.-'IIow my de
partment promotes prohibition" was to
day tmswere1 by about twenty delegates
who look after various branches of the
work connected with the National Wom
en's Christian Temperance union at the
forenoon session of the thirty-eighth an
Resolutions were adopted expressing ap
preciation of the action of the Interna
tional Sunday School asaiHdatlon In cre
ating a purity department for , Sunday
schools and pledgltiK hearty co-operation
In thla department.
Mrs. Stella H. Irving, reporting for the
Sunday school department, stated that
l,0M,4f.l Sunday school ' children had
signed the pledge during the year and,
Unit great progress bud . been made In
Mrs. Kllen E. Feterson, Tekarkana,
nntlonol superintendent of work among
colored people, reported that through
her department moro than 10,(mo persons
have been pledged to support prohibition
during the last year.
Mrs. Minnie L. Itutberford of Arkansas
reported Improved conditions connected
with the work embracing Juvenile courts
and anti-child labor.
PACIFIC FLEET IS READY
TO STARTFOR THE NORTH
.AN MEGO, Cal., Oct. 30.-Preparatlons
for the northward movement of the Pa
cific fleet are practically complete, near
Admiral Chuuncey Thomas will trannfor
hia flag to the Vlckshurg Wedneaday
morning, and after a visit to the Inner
harbor on the Vickaburg will return to
tho California. According to present
plans, the Vlcksburg will bo the only
warship In the fleet to enter the harbor
of San Fedro. The sailing time has been
fixed, at 4.40 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
and the cruising- line will be formed off
GOLD SAID TO HAVE BEEN
FOUND IN CITY OF CHEYENNE
niKYEXXr:. Wvn net M r!noioi
(lolii haa been found- within th ttv
limits," was the report that greeted the
neyennese today, and . when details of
ho alleged find w.r mi.,?.. VnAMn
wits considerable excitement. Hoy H.
Lelhe Is exhibiting a small bottle ef gold
nuggets and pays he panned the gold froan
mo nanus 01 crow creek, near thejslne-
leenin street bridge, in West Cheyenne.
- - - -' .1.. .i , rn in ,iaeer
ground and some time ago ordered placer
machinery, and will work his property
at once. .
SUBPOENAS IN STEEL
: JRUSTCASE SENT OUT
TRENTON, N J., Oct. 30.-Unlted
States District Attorney Vreeland today
received Instructions from the Depart
ment of Justice at Washington to have
served the subpoenas recently Issued In
the suit of the government against the
I'nlted States Steel corporation.
The subpoenas and the copies ot the bill
will be sent out by mail today, to I'nlted
States marshals of the ten districts In
which the defendants live.
TO fl KIJ A OLD 1 OXB DAY
Take T.axative Hromn Quinine tablets.
1 rugtst refund money if It fails to cure
E.W.Urove'a algnature is on each bos. 2jc!
JZT rj Let yout doctor prescribe the
7Vpr)r)Q r medicine. He knows best. The
-t. w ukjuo . fact howeven that Ayers Sarsa.
parilla has such strong tonic properties, and is entirely free
from alcohol, may make it precisely to his liking. Srz.
11 is vtell known lact that
a ,h ir rook can render the '
lnot dvllilous viands taatelais
by linproi ei preparation. iur ,
rhef ii n J bakers are the best
that i oney tan hire. We are
constantly uu the lookout for
men whose expttrienca and
ability ran aim to the value of
our kitchens '
TATIOIAX.Ili VUBIUvU . if T
NO AUTO ACCIDENT POLICIES
Iowa State Auditor Upheld in Ruling
by Ditri:t Court -
COMPANY FIGHTS FOR RIGHT
Dcs Moines Water C ompear Applies
to Itara Condeianatloa. Bait
Taken to Federal from
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
TIES MOINES. Ia.. Oct GO-tSpeclal
Telegram.)-The district court today up
held th action of Btate Auditor Uleak
ley In refusing to permit Insurance com
panies to insure against tmo)," T
dents. Th state auditor held that thla
form of insurance was not recognised by
law and the American Fidelity want into
court to compel him to reoognlx It.
Water Company Movee.
The three Judges appointed by the u
preme court to act as condemnation Jury
for the Des Moines waterworks met here
...j... and start proceedings.
touay Kr -
They were confronted by an application
on tha part of the water company to
have the whole matter thrown into tna
federal court und this will be decided be
fore any etcps are taken.
FILIPINO STUDENT SEES
HIS FIRST SN0WFLAKE
inwA CITY. la. Oct. 30. -(Special.)
tn. .7.1 rem of the Philippine islands and
student at the University of Iowa, saw
his first Rnow fluke Thursday, wnen a
light snow fell over Iowa City. He ar
rived In California one year ago, but
failed to be In any locality where snow
fell, and this Instance was hi first
vision of frosen rain.
Two Month Dakota rloneera Dead.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Oct. 80-Frled-rlch
Kllnke, a pioneer resident of Hutch
inson county, died at the home of his
niece, Mrs. Barney Breckweg. on a farm
In that county, as the result of Injuries
sustained about a week previously when
he was kicked by a horse. He wa 73
years of age. Closely following his
death occurred that of his sister, Mrs.
Elizabeth Heidgerken, aged 75 years, who
also madr her home In the same house
hold, and the brother and sister were
laid side by side- in a little cemetery.
... .. 1 - . V ,
- Shenandoah Itefenls Glen wood.
OLENWOOU. la., Oct. 80. (Special,1!
f)leiwood High H'M defeated In a cleanly
played game of foot ball on Olenwood's
ground today. Score, Hhenendonh, 11;
llenwood, 0. Olenwood was handicapped
by Carter's broken hand and Krecklow's
absence from the game wtlh a broken
enllarbone. The game wss advertised for
he championship of southern Iowa.
Shenandoah la an aspirant for state
A WARNING TP MANY
Some Interesting Facts Regarding
Few people realize to what extent their
health depends upon the condition of the
Tho pbytdclun In pettily all asea of
serious Illness, makes a chemical analy
sis of the patient's urine. He knows that
unless the kidneys are doing their work
properly, the other organs cannot be
brought back to health and strength.
When the kidneys are neglected or
abused In any way, serious results are
sure to follow. According to health sta
tistics. Brlght s disease which )s really
an advanced form of kidney trouble,
caused nearly ten thousand deaths In
1010, in the state ef New York alone.
Therefore, It behooves us to pay moro
attention to tho health of these most
An Ideal herbal compound that has
had remarkablo success as a kidney
remedy la Dr. Kllmcr'a Swamp-Root, the
great Kidney, Liver and Bladder remedy.
The mild nnd healing Influence of this
preparation Is soon realized. It stands the
highest , for Its remarkable record of
If you feel that your kidneys rulre
attention, and wish a sample bottle, write
to Pr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Mention this paper and they will gladly
forward it to you absolutely free, by mall.
Swamp-Root Is sold by every druggist
In bottles of two sizes 50e and S1.O0.
South End 16th St.
"Homo of the
In this respect, the Quickserv
Btanda alone. We state It as a fact
that meals at our establishment, nu
matter how exlenalve, ran be and
are. served In leas titan two minutes'
time We employ no waiters tc
prat lice "jtaiid-aud-dellrer" methods
at your evvritae. 'ou pay. nothing
fur service. It all goes for food.
P TAKsTBT BTB.
Have Plenty of Time
for Sending in Answers
Many Are Entering Now!
COUPONS AND CATALOGUE MAY BE
HAD AT BUSINESS OFFICE OF THE
BEE. COUPONS SELL FOR ONE CENT
EACH, SET 75 CENTS. THE TITLE CATA
LOGUE, CONTAINING ANSWERS TO ALL
THE PUZZLES, SELLS FOR 25 CENTS;
30 CENTS BY MAIL. ALL ORDERS MUST
BE ACCOMPANIED BY REMITTANCES.
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The accompanying illustration tells
only of the outside of this magnifi
cent l(rell Auto-Grand piano. It
tells not of the vast excellence that
lies beneath its magnificent, fancy
walnut case. Well informed piano
men are insistent in the claim that
the Krell s Auto-Grand is positively
the most complete and efficient
player-piano offered to the music
The modulating pedals and the
mechanism to carry the tune above
the accompaniment are marvels of
simplicity. The Krell Auto-Grand
claims to have in the absolute the
"human touch" so prized by player
piano makers. From the inside to
the case, from the pedals to the
levers, this magnificent $900 player
piano may be examined with every
facility at the piano warerooms on f
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