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nffi OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: FEBRUARY G, 191(1.
SLIPS FROM KIEL
Two German Rovers Beat it for
Open Se Almost Under Gum
of British Warships.
NINE OF THESE BOATS EQUIPPED
SEW YORK,. Feb. 6. Nine m
raiders of the type of tha Mmwi
haro been fitted out by the Germans
anl one of them, which escaped from
Kiel on New Tear's day with the
Mojwe, has since been preying on
British commerce with as much sue
cepj as the Appam8 captor, accord
ing; to a story" told here tonight by
Mrs. Francl-i . Fuller, wife of the
British governor general of Ash
antl. ' c ' ' ' "
Mrs. Fuller was one of the ninety
seven passengers of the Appam who
arrived hers from Norfolk, on board
the' Old Dominion steamer Jefferson.
Forty officers and members' of the
eWS 01 JtsriliSQ vessels capiurou ojr
the Moewe and later taken in cnarg
bythe German prize crew, which
brought the Appam to American
waters, also were on the Jefferson.
Equipped at Kiel.
Mrs. Fuller declared that one of the
German officer, who cam aboard the
Appam. was authority for the statement
that the Germans had equipped the nine
rajdera at Kiel. She laid fia told her
the: Moewe and the -other raider which
scaped the British patrol; paeaed within
a stone's throw of three Brltlah cruiaers
within a few hours after they left the
Kiel canal. All the British officers and
aeainen agreed that the raider apparently
u a new vessel of about S.MO tone
arose. The eoal bunkers, they said, were
unusually lanrv a If built for long
crudes. The Germans, took every pre
rautton thev added, to shield the four
runs mounted, forward and the one
mn.ntA aft. hut they appeared to be
of the fifteen centimeter type.
M. C. 'Watson, also a passenger on
the Appam. told of a plot to overcome
tha Oermans who ' com posed the prtie
crew of the Appam. Watson, who aald
he volunteered aa third officer on the
Anr-am. declared the- Plot waa xrusiraiea
Street Car Company Pays a Girl
$300 For Kiss Conductor Gave Her
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 6. The
Metropolitan street railway company
today, under a settlement reached
here In the circuit court, agreed to
pay Miss Evelyn Wbittlngton. 18
years old, 1500 tor a kiss adminis
tered by one of the company's con
ductors. . Miss Wbittlngton and her cousin
were the only passengers on a car
one night In January.1915, she told
the court. When her cousin left the
car. Miss Whittlngton laughed be
cause her relative's descent from the
car steps was impeded by a tight
skirt. The conductor, too, laughed.
A few blocks further on the conduc
tor kissed her, Miss Whittington
"Did you get hurt?" asked her
"Well, he kissed me,"vcame the
The young woman sued the com
pany for $25,000.
Northern Pacific Fassenger Lost in
Sweep of Avalanche in
Will MaVe Inquiry
To Fix Blame for
Atlantic City Fire
ATI.ANTIC CITY. N. J.. Feb. B.-A
searching Investigation to fix responsi
bility for the fire which today caused the
loss of at least three lives and rased the
Ovcrbrook hotel, a five-story brick and
frame structure, at Mount Vernon and Pa
cific avenues, waa started tonight after
the authorities had made a final survey
of the ruins a short time before night
fall. Three other, ueraons are missing
and are believed to have persiehed.
Two of the three aodies recovered were
Identified as those of Thomas Mott. 64,
father of Richard Molt, proprietor of the
nverhrook. and Mrs. Charles Kelly; 3X, of
.New Tork and Atlantic City. The third
body waa bo badly burred that Identiflca
tlon has been Impossible.
Mrs. Joeephlne Garsed, Philadelphia;
Edward- PhlUlpson. White Plains, N.
and Taul C. Hendricks, Chambersburg.
Pa., publicity agent for a hotel here are
Of the Injured, John McCoy, a guest.
of West Hobokcn. N. J., Is the most se
riously hurt. IIo Is suffering from
punctured lung and general contusions
and Is in a critical condition. Alexander
Andrewa and hie" wife and George
Bencker, all of Philadelphia, were badly
bruised In Jumping from an upper etory
window Into life nets. AH are In the hoa-
DTtal ana wm recover.
Nicholas De Ray, engineer or tlio hotel,
who waa at first reported to have been
killed, waa found late today. He was un
injured. All other guests and employes
have been located In different hotela and
cottagea where they had been taken after
being rescued from the flames. None of
them, according to, the police, are seri
Chargea that the hotel was not ade
quately equipped for protection from fire
were denied by officials of the city build
Given to Committee
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. Confidential
marksmanship records of the navy were
detailed to the house naval committee
behind closed doors today by. Captain
O. P. Flunkett. gunnery officer of the de
partment. At an open session he dla
cussed the subject In general terms and
said the appropriation made laat year to
provide prises for gun pointers would
have been Insufficient had not the qual
Ufatlona under which they were to be
earned been raised by tha department.
Captain Plunkett said approximately 75
per cent of the enlisted force of the navy,
from ship's cooks to chief petty officers.
had qualified aa marksmen in rifle prac
He defined a marksman as a man "able
to nail anything at 240 yard." About 30
per cent, he said, were sharpshooters, or
600-yard range men. The department has
asked for (15.000 for rifle trophiea.
WAR ORDER PLANT
IN OTTAWA BURNS
Second Blaze Bajei in Canadian
Capital While Efforts Made
to Learn Causa of First
SEVEN 1I7ES HAVE BEEN LOST
OTTAWA. Feb. 5. Fire of un
known' origin tonight destroyed the
plant of Grant, Holden & Graham
Company, Ltd., which has been en
gaged. In manufacturing clothing
and haversacks for the militia de
partment. Eight employes were In the build
ing when the fire started but all es
caped safely. The loss on the build
ing alone, a six-story brick structure,
is fixed at 120,000. No estimate
has been made of the value of the
stock, but a large supply was ready
' Seven LI Tee Last
The list of those who lost their lives
In the fire which destroyed the Canadian
Parliament building, waa fixed tonight
at seven. Five of the bodies still He be
neath the ruins. They are those of B. B.
Law, a member of Parliament; Deputy
Clerk Laplante. Dominion Constable Dea
Jardlns, Alphons Dea Jardins, a plumber,
and Randolph Fanning, a waiter.
While firemen spent the day pouring
tons of water upon the smouldering
debris. Dominion government official
were making plana to erect a new and
more Imposing structure upon the site
nf the building wrecked by last night's
fire. Meantime Parliament will sit In the
auditorium of the Royal Victoria museum
until the new customs house can be made
ready for occupancy.
Although the police frown upon the
theory that a plot waa responsible for
the destruction of the building or that
tha fire was started by a bomb. Fire
Chief Graham la quoted as having said:
The fire waa set," and thrt he heard
Government officials assert they be
lieve the flames were not of incendiary
origin, but they, nevertheless, are con
ducting, a rigid Investigation In an effort
to determine whether there Is any basis
for such a suspicion. '
Coroner. Craig of Ottawa win hold an
Inquest on February 17 lr' the deaths of
Mesdames Bray and Mortn, whose bodies
are the only ones thus far recovered. The
remalna of both were taken tonight to
A cordon of police stood guard all day
around the ruins of the building and held
back the thousands who visited the
scenes. None were permitted to enter
any part of those sections of the building
which remain standing. Score of work
men were employed In searching the de
bris for the bodies of the five men' who
lost their lives.
JUST STKUCK WITH THE EDGE
British War Office Indignantly De
nies Losses as Great as Claimed
GIVES DETAILS OF DAMAGE
LONDON, Feb. 5. The war office
tonight took Issue with the German
official statement concerning the
amount of damage done in the re
cent Zeppelin raid on England. The
damago to Industrial or commercial
establishments Is said by the war
office to have been as follows:
"Serious dsmage wss done to three
breweries, three railway sheds, one en
gine ehed, one tube factory, one lamp
factory and one blacksmith ehop. Minor
damage, such aa the shattering of glass
and doors, occurred at a munition fac
tory, at an Iron works In two places, at
a crane factory, at a harness factory, at
railway grain shed, at a colliery and
at a pumping station. No docks and no
granaries, munition factories or indus
trial establishments of any sort other
than tho.je mentioned were damaged.
"Some fifteen houses of working clsss
people were demolished and" a large num
ber of small shops and dwelling house
were Injured, some seriously but many
The latest returns of casualties show
that twenty-six men. twenty-eight women
and seven children were killed, and that
forty-elgh men,- forty-six women and
eeven children were Injured.
"It Is not purposed In future to Issue
detailed statements of this character, as
It Is inadvisable to give Information to
the enemy aa to the results of their air
attacks. On the occasion of this raid.
however, in which the largest number,
so far, of airships have been employed.
this statement of the damage done is given
In order to show how unfounded Is the
claim that the economic life of Great
Britain Or Its military preparation can
be appreciably affected by promiscuous
bombs dropping from airships wandering i
over the country in the dark.
(alia It Disappointing.
In the twenty-nine raids, great and
mall tha hav. t mc Mn nl.p. avav Clrf a t
nu.i- i . i. u .11 ,.- a !
whom seventeen were aoldiera, ninety
women and forty-three children have
been killed. But when It Is remembered
that In the Lusltonla alone 1,198 persons
were drowned, Zeppelin raids as a means I
of murdering. Innocent civilians must be
comparatively disappointing to their promoters."
TACOMA, Wash., Feb. 8. While
Northern Taclfic train No. 42, which
left Seattle, Tuesday night, was
stalled in the deep snow one mile
west of Stampede pass in the Cas
cade mountains, a huge snow slide
struck the forward portion of Ihe
train, completely burying the engine,
baggage car and a portion of the
combination smoker and chair car, it
was learned tonight.
Only an edge of the slide, which
occurred late Wednesday, hit the
the. train, but It broke through the
windows of the smoker, almost com
pletely tilling it with snow. Four
passengers who were playing cards
Coroner A. J. Rose of Ellensburg and
others rushed to their asslstarce, dt&clng
In through the windows. After a few
mlnutea' work they were taken out un
injured, except for cuts and bruises.
The engine crew also were hastily dug
Engine, baggage car and chair car were
leaning over at an angle of twenty-five
degrees at the edge of a ten-foot em
bankment. T,he passengers were transferred and
arrived In F.llenebiirT tonight.
The train that Wednesday afternoon
on the Northern Taciflo waa partially
wrecked by a snow slide near Stampede
pass In the Cascade mountains In Wash
ington, was Burljngton No. 42. due to
have arrived In Omaha at S30 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. At Burlington head
quarters no advices have been " received
as to the extent of the damage, or In
juries to passengers.
VILLA SNAPS TEETH
Badit Chief, Deserted by Majority
of Followers, Trying to
Break Through Cordon.
HE IS NEAR BOSQUE BONITO
EL TASO, Feb. 5. General Fran
cisco Villa, with a small body of fol
lowers, is attempting to break
through a cordon of do facto gov
ernment troops in the vicinity of
Bosque Bonito, southeast of here,
according to advices received tonight
by General Gabriel Gaviva, military
commandant at Juarcs.
A majority of Villa's followers, di
vided Into two bands, have dcHC-rted
their former leader and turned east
ward. Colonel Samuel Gonzales at
Moctesuma reported to General Ga
Gonzales reported a skirmish with
bandits today at OJo Callentes while
entraining for Moctezuma.
Advices from Tresldlo, Tex., re
ceived here, stated that Villa waa ap
proaching Bosque Bonito with the
intention of attacking Ojlnaga, and
that Carranxa troops had been sent
out to engage him.
WILL GO ON MISSION
TO KING OF BELGIANS
LONDON, Feb. 8. An official iom
munlcatlon to tlio public tonight lays
that Karl Curion, lord privy seal, and
General Sir Douglas Ilalg. commander of
Iho British forces on the continent, are
to proceed on a special mission to the
king of Belgium, and that Karl Curion
already has left England for thst purpose.
head The Bee Want Ads. It pays!
Russ Plan Raising
25 Millions in Japan
LONDON, Feb. 8. Tha Times states
that It learns from an authoritative
source that Russia Is planning to float
a loan of I3l.ono.ono In Toklo In payment
for Its munitions Indebtedness.
O'Leary Beats Wallace.
T. PAVU Vlrn.. Feb. I Johnny
O'l.earv. Canadian lightweight champion,
outpointed Otto Wsllar of Milwaukee
In a ten round rout here tonight, in tne
opinion of newspaper men.
Italian Flyer Brought
Down by Swiss Guns
OKNKVA, Swltierland. Feb. B An
Italian observation aeroplane of a new
type yesterday flew over Lugano and the
fwlas positions on Monte t'enere. A vio
lent fire wss directed by Fwl guns at
the aeroplane, which was hit repeatedly.
The aviator, who was not Injured, wss
forced to land within Swiss territory. Ha
was made prisoner. The aviator said he
had flown over Pwlre territory by mistake.
Doctor Says Nuxated Iron Wilt
Increase Strength of Delicate
People 200 in Ten Days
Xa tnaay laatanoee Fsrsoas have saf .
farad antola agony for years otorla
for aervoaa weakaeea, stomach, liver a
kldaay aiaeeae er aoaae otter ailmesrt
when their real tremble was leek ef Iron
ta the Meed. mew te tell.
Kaw York. N. T. la a rMut f laaaurn Dr. B.
gauer. Syaetallat. r this aOT aatoV If ra war
to make sa actual le taat oa alt ?ala ha
era CI nu ula rtMr araattr aalanlakaS
al tha aicavainflr lane aaatbar wh lark Ira
and whe ira ill lar aa har tuns tha tha lash
f Iras. Tha aaaaaat Ires la euaatUS all their
ultttaae et eaataraa srwaaisia sieepaaar. With
lout Iraa U Mood at aaaa loaaa tha sowar te
jehaaao toad 1st ltttbf tlaaoe aa4 thatolira aolh
itni you eat aaae ra ear x4 ; roo soa't got tha
lalrartfih eut ef It. Your foot sterol? saaaoa
,throush raur eratara Ilka aors thnroih
!a mill with tha roUar to olio apart thet
tha ailll cas t grin. As a ratult of this eaatlau.
sua blons aa. aarv narration., aeesle btrama
tnaratlr vaakenaS, aarroua aa alt raa Sowa
an4 traquaily aaralop all aorta at eoasttloaa. Ona
'It toe this; aaothar la hrdaao4 with uahoalthr
(at; soma are ao waa thr aaa hardlr walk;
'aome think tha? have Irapaaete. kUasr or llror
troubla; aome can't a!ea at Sight, ether ar
alaapr aaa tlrtd all Sir; soma rowr aa Irritable;
aome aklnnr an! blooslea. hut all larh ohralrol
oar an oasuraaoo. la such eaeam, It la worao
than fnollarinfaa la take allraulatlsg taaolnlaoa or
aairoilo dmia. which anrr whls a vear taaahii
vital powara for tha mordant, marto at tha ai
nanae ( roar lit later an, Ne siauar ehat say
vnv nil. yvq. it yoa ar nm vrqni mi iin
ewe II to youroalf to make Iho following- toot. Bom
haw loaf you nan work ar bnw far ma can walk
without ro coming tiro.. Nait Uka too flTa-sratn'
takltta at ordinary aaiatod tmo throe tlmoa vorj
ar aft or aiaala for two woaka. Tkaa taat rouri
atroagth egala aad saa far yevraolf how aaaeh foul
haoa aatoos. I have eeoa Soaoaa ot aw reus I
Smra aoapie who wore ailing ail tha ttaaa Sauhlo.
and area triple their euength, and nluruai aad)
enUrnly got. rlf of thetr sTmptoms a ajapipala.
lino and ether trouMos ta trees tea to fvam
fare tint elmplr by taking troa ta the piasai
form, aad tbta attar ttiav bad In armo easas hi
doaiorlna tor aionrtia without o burning any koao-
flt. T aaa talk aa you pteoaa anoat all Iho
wonoor wrought hr sow romadtoa, but whoa yva
eoma dowa to hard farts tbora ta nothing Ilka
good old Iron to put rotor In ynor rhaka aad
good aaund. hoarlhy flesh on your bonoa. It bn
alaa a groat inn and atomach strongthonor nori
tha boot blond bulldar In Mia world. Tho ooly
Iroublo waa that the oM forma nf Inorcnnla Iron
llko tlnctura of Iron, Iron acoiata, ato , ofton
ruined poopta'a taath, upaat thair atomarhg and
ware not aaaimllatad ami for lhaao raaaona that
froquanur did mora harm than good. Snt with
tha itiworary of tha nawar forma of orgenlo Iron
all thia baa boon erareema. Nuiaiad Iron fad
etample, ta plraoant to taka. dnoo nn Injure thai
troth and ta altnoat tmmadlataly banoflclal. I
hwvria -Tha niaauracturara of Nuxated Iron haH
auch unboundad confidence In Ha potanoy that
tho euthnriae the announnamant that thay will
forfait lies ot t any CharttaMa IneMtutlon It thar
cannot tnha any ma a or woman undar alxtr ab
lacko Iron and tnrroaaa thalr atrongth Son per aontl
er evor la lour waaaa' time, proviriaa tnoy nata
no arrlmia arganlo trouhla. Alan thay will rofnad
your money la any coat In which Nnvntad I
dnoo not at leant double yaur atrongth In ton
days lima. It la dlnonad In thla cltr by ffharl
ait A MOnaal Drug Store sad all ether drag
Anzeiger is Afraid
Lansing May Force
A Break by Demand
BERLIN. Feb. 6. (Via London.)-The
IKal Anselger says a very grave sltua
tlon has been caused by the Washing
Ion government suddenly Insisting that
Germany declare the sinking of the
Lusltanla Illegal and apparently ' sus
pending the negotiation of all other un
adjusted matters until such a declaration
la given, the situation therefore now
looking like "bend or bresk."
"If President Wilson," saya the news
psper, "experts that In the Lusltanla
question, Germany wilt beat a retreat
which can counter all Its prevloua defla
tions, , that tranecends the bounds of
possibility even for tha warmest friend
of peace. Never rah a German government
admit that a aubmarina commander did
wrong In sinking In tha war aone an
enemy steamer laden to the guards with
arma an ammunition.
'Thla waa also perfectly well under
stood at the White House. If In spite
of it. Secretary Lansing has put forth
such a demand we can only conclude
that he does not wish te reach an un
derstanding with Germany."
Iron Too Valuable to
Be Used for Money
LONDON. Feb. B According to a wire
less message from Vienna received here,
the treasury office at Vienna has decided
to follow the precedent set by Germsny j
auu mini iiuii uMiruuiy iruifi ciruumiiuu.
Kfnaha.il Defeats Alllanre.
ivi.iinfli.u j!D., rrp, n. i7-n"i-ini irir- j
urBni.nimraii nrrrncu .tiiinnrc TO
nliflit 24 to 12. Lineup: Kimbntl Linn,
If.: Siangan, r.f. : Wllnnn. c. Horirnun
r. g. ; Leavensky. l.f. Alliance Pponrrr'
r.r.; tmeir, i.g.; jiarvey, c; i.oispeiK, i.g.
Culled "from the Wire
After sleeping continuously for over
a w'k, Augustine Heauchamp. e-year-old
snn-nf Mr. and Mrs. AukusI Heauchamp
of SatanHba, MKch.. died. The malady
from which tha lad suffered remains a
mystery. , . . .
Ohio's state batiklnir department closed
twJe so-called bucket shops In various
pasts of the state, arrested their man
ager on hars oif violating the blue
skv- law. and p rating fraudulent se
rurMies ogencle(, ,nd ordered eeres of
cuatpmera of xlis shope and several tele
graph operators held as witnesses.
Cayirles Carmnn Wnkrley, widely known
aa n astronomer, died at the home of
his Son at Orange. N. J. He waa reputed
to Wave been Ihe first man to photograph
the-moon throiiyb a u-leacone, a fvat
which he accotuhehed In 18. A tele
r i-o which he arid the late Lewis M.
JrTitherford built is In Columbia unlver-
Anthracite coal operators at Philadel
phia denied that ther had finally r
Jnrred the demands formulated by the
ynl'i workers, as renorted In rtiapatches
fron New Voi-k. The dematv'a of the
mtnerst ratlfloal w the Internatlonnl Con
xen'lon of the mine wrrkct mi Indian
(imll lest week w'M he fonnally pre
empted to fhe operators at l.'t York,
Radio Messages Tell
Of Fire in Shin's Hold
HALIFAX, N. 8., Feb. I. A fir In the
hold of the steamer Texas, about 600
miles southeast of St. Johns, N. was
reported In two radio messages receiver)
by the Canadian marine department to
night. The first message, which came from
the Brltlah ataamer - Howthead, bound
from Norfolk to Publln, said merely that
the Texas was on flra, while a later mes
sage sent by the steamer Siberia, New
Tork for London, said that the fir was
under control and that the Texas was
proceeding with hatches battened.
The name Texas Is borne by several
steamers. It Is thought here that th
vessel referred to In th dispatches is
the Swedish steamer which left Newport
News for Chrlstlanla on January 27.
Pleasant, Himple, Hut Safe
Effectual Itemedy for It.
TXIAX. rACXAOX M AXLED TBES.
Catarrh of the stomach Is considered
practically Incurable. The symptoms ara .
a bloating sensation after eating, accom
panied sometime with . sour or water I
risings, formation of gases, causing pres
sure on heart and lungs and difficult'
breathing, headaches, fickle appetite, !
nervousness and general i'layed-out ,
NIL W .(A ) J
ELECTROLIER SYSTEM IS IN
PROSPECT FOR COLUMBUS
COLFMBt'S. Neb.. reb 5. Special
Telegram.V-Proepecta for securing a
mun'cipally owned electrolier system in
business district of Columbus thla sum
mer were considerably brightened by the
appearance of a committee from tbt
Commercial club before th city council.
In saaslon tonight, assuring that body
thst all aid necessary will be rendered
The comm'ttee consisted of O. W.
rhllllps. A. R. Miller and L. II. lavy
The aim la to have the syate.-n Installed
bt-for ron at ruction oi the yaving third
ly rtducing th cost.
"Oee, Z Can STsrdly Walt for This ife
Bonp to Cooll And to Think That I 1
Wouldn't Have Dared rat It Before X j
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L Siiai'sii -V I ,aaePiii ft ArJ VayWe'.lO .1
Nets, Madras, Voiles, By the Yard
ftOc Nets for, yard . . .
KOc XetN for, yard . . i
4ftc Net a for, yard. . .
l.r0 Nets for, yard.
, . 30c 50c nnd 55c Voile, colored
,.40n strip liortler, yrd 25c
, .'2:ic ti.no Mmlra for, yard 50c
. 75o 75c Mmlraw' for, ) aril 38c
Portieres for $4.85 Per Pair
That Were $7.00 to $25.00
Only 20 pairs, but a good atiriortnifnt of colors, some slightly soiled.
Over Draperies, Yard 38c
Values 50c to $1.50 Yard.
The Range for Service -A BECK
WITH ROUND OAK Combination Range
Sale of Sample
Comfortables and Wool Blankets
Blankets of a high-grade stock, best of their kind to be had
for the regular price. Borne of these are slightly soiled. In every
Instance there Is a sharp reduction to close out AL samples.
The Comfortables are all fresh and clean, dainty patterns and
Wool Crib Itlanketa, 80x54ln.
White, with pink or blue border.
$3.50 Sample Itlanketa. .. . f2.00
f2.00 Sample lUanket.. . .(11.23
Wan anted All Wool Blanket
Pink plaid effect.
$0.50 Sample Dlanket. . . . $50
flSvHO-ln. Blanket, HeaTy Wool,
Pink or gray plaid effect.
$5.75 Sample Blankets. .. .$3.33
Very Fine All-Wool Blanket
White, with pink plaid effect,
silk bound edge.
$14.50 Sample Blankets. . .$8.50
Warranted Fine Wool Blauket
Blue and white.
$7.00 Sample Blankets.. . .$1.00
Heavy tiray Wool FtoUh Blan
ket WHh blue or pink borders.
$1.25 Ham pie Blanket. ... $2.75
Heavy Cotton Filled Comforts
Good grado sllkollne covers,
Mteen border effects.
$2.85 valuer, special $1.75
$3.85 vnliics ...$2.15
In winter burn coal and keep your kitchen warm.
In summer burn gas and keep your kitchen cool.
All with l lie aame oven, and
ilinn'o of Parts.
And to Convince You
I LI 4rr W3 -"WJ
We Offer 30 Days' Free Trial,
With No Cash Payment
Then Monthly Payments
Only If Satisfactory.
A full line of Eeckuith Round
Oak and Copper Clad Ranges
RUGS in Large and Unusual
Sizes at LESS than Mill Cost
3 onbw.ii.3si5 Rugs, values up to $120, for $09.0O.
0 only 11-3x15, 10-6x13-6, 10-6x12 Rugs, values up to 183.50:
Kpfriul: $0:i.OO Round
Oak Cabinet Range,
with reservoir, 18-ln.
oven, slightly used
Stewart Ranges, The Best
Low Priced Ranges Made
Special fnewart Cabinet Range, 0f 7C
all this week for 0Xs &
Hold on AO da)V trial No rash payment until
Ihe 50 das are up; $5 per month, or the stove i
turned f unsatisfactory.
Continues Into February
Mostly Half Price.
$2 1 .OO Bronte Deak iAinp,
.liver plated, oyater
white ahade 910.50
$28.75 Bronte Ieak Ijamp,
$25 .0 II ron re ettandard,
irold leaf finUh, three
$05.00 Cartira Marble
and French Bronze
6iic l'ottrry Bud Vaea.
$0.25 Tooled Leather
choice for 810.50.
only 11-3x15, 11-3x12, 10-6x13-6. 10-6x14,
values up to $61.50; choice for $30.50.
only 10-6x10-6 Whlttall Body Brussels Rugs,
choice for 820.50.
only 11-3x12 Roxbury Oriental Tapestry Rug,
only xl 2 imported Chenille Rugs, light and plain color, value up
to $52.60; choice for 820.50.
only 9x12 All-over patterns fine Wiltons, $45.00 values, slightly
only UxU Best Quality finest woven Body Brussels, bedroom and
dining room patterns, values up to $35.00;
choice for 825.00.
only 9x13 Slightly soiled Axmlnster Rugs, usu
ally sold for $27.50; choice for 810.50 ch.
only 8-3x10-6 Seamless shaded two-toned brown
Wilton, aold for $52.50; special at $31.50.
only 8-3x10-6 Heavy Wilton, one delph blue band
border, suitable for bedroom, value $43.50;
only 8-8x10-6 Finest Body Brussels, splendid din
ing room patterns, values $32.50; choice, for
only 6x9 Bundhar Wiltons (Oriental patterns),
splendid values at $31.50; choice, $25.00 each,
only 6x9 Finest Body Brussels, bedroom patterns,
values $it.00; choice, 810.50
only 4-6x7-6 Bundhar Wilton Kugs, neat patterns,
values $19.50; special. 814.50 each,
only 4-6x7-6 Plain Colored Wilton Rugs, blues and
brown, values $15.75; special, $12.50.
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