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I -START BIG SEARCH FOR GIRL'S SLAYER Bohemian Society Offers $500 Reward for Murderer of Elsie Paroubek. ATTACKED BEFORE DEATH Coroner's Jury trges Investigation Following Proof That She Was Not Drowned. risie Paroubek was attacked and murdered before her body was thrown into the drainage canal. TWO pbys:clans yesterday held a postmorum exautration over the body Of the 5 year oid daughter cf. Frank Paroubek, -which was taken !pow, he water near the dam at Laci(ort 34ndity night, and declared there vas no doubt on the subject. Chef of Pollee John Mc Weeny at night de-eared the entire pclice machinery (it the city, if necessary. would be utilized to track rho murderer Of the child. who had been mesing since April S from her parents' re sidance, Souti, Albany avenue. Bohemians Offer $500 Reward. A reward of $Z-,'4:4) for the murderer of the etikl was offered in the evening by the Bohemian 'Charitable association, headed by 31micipal Judge 1.11 lir. Aid. Cermak, secretary Of tbe association, went to Springfield shortly afterward and said he would ask Gut. Deneen today to offer a further reward od 1200 for her slayer as is possible under the statutes. .1 will also ask the, governor to issue a y xamatifl calling upon all the people of estate t5 interest themselves in this case," the alderman said.. in order that her murderer may be apprehended." Cproner Peter Hoffman E uggested that a ,dro,er reward of popular subscription be rali,ed and offered to head the list with $25. pector Stephen K. Healy, when the first Ls getion Of murder reached him in the ittMOOrl, detailed detectives to work on the mystery. rirst Attacked, Then Murdered. Following the report of Drs. E. A. Kingston and AN R. Paddock, who examined the body of the long missing child, the coroner's jury at Lockport brought in an open verdict, ending that the child came to her death in an unkp.c'wn manner before she was thrown into the water. An investigation was recommended. "The child was not drowned; there is no water in the lungs," Dr. Kingston said. "There is positive indications from the con&jos of the body that the little girl was fret attacked, then murdered, and then thrown into the water." Marks On the neck were pointed out as showing that the murder may have been committed by chcking. Other marks on the lady were noted by the physicians as probably indicted before the child's death. Father First to Make Charge. .11-1e.child's father was the first person to make the murder charge. even before the examination of the physicians was made. He had gone with his wife and Lieut. Costelp.of the Hinman street police station to verifyliis partial identification of his child ....Monday evening. "I am sure the gypsies stole my girl and then when they knew we were after them they killed her and threw her body into the canal," he said. Mrs. Paroubek became hysterical at her husband's charge and rushed from the Lockport undertaking rooms shouting: "My Elsie is dead. She was murdered, murdered." The body of the little girl was brought to the Chicago residence from Lockport follow-Mg the Inquest, and funeral arrangements will be made today. Before burial One of Coroner Hoffman's physicians will examine the body. JOSEPH E. HOWARD', COMPOSER, SUED WHILE WITH SICK WIFE. Playwright's Devotion to Miss Mabel Barrison Causes Him to Neglect Business and Creditors Act. Josqh E. Howard, playwright, composer, and actor, is having more than one mans share of misfortune. His latest trouble came res:erday, when creditors whose claims aggr'ghte $2A1r4.50 filed involuntary proceed-lags in bankruptcy against him in the United Late s District court. - Mr. Howard is in San Antonio, Tex., where his wife, who is known on the stage as Miss Mato. Barron, is reported to be:lying of c'cnsumPlion. It is his devotion to his sick wife that has brought about his financial diffil Cies, his friends say. Until she became ill the couple's income often was more than 11.000 a week. When her health failed her husband found himself unable to attend to business and look after her as well. Dr. Jay P. Pitts, whe attended Miss Bar-loon and accompanied her and Mr. Howard te San Antonio. is the chief creditor, with a "Ira of $1,500 for professionak services. ileorke W. Hunt claims 41.034.50 for cash sthanced and Norman L. Kerr has a bill of ta for dental services. DEMANCS DAN KIPLEY'S STAR. ief McWeeny Threatens DraEtto Action Zttless Order Is Complied -- Chief of Police John Mc'Weeny has served al notice upon Daniel Ripley, ex-convict MI farmer policeman, who is seeking reinkowert to the department, requesting the -fe-late return of a police star and keys 1r4t he has in his poc-zession. IttILs the articles are forthcoming Chief a'3NtlY has intimated that he will take "stie action. Y procured the Pt a r a ndi other ProPertY tb department after his applkation for k..113Mterttent had been signed by former ,cr-let Steward's seeretry. It is said that bad displayed the star to persocris who l'ePorted him to the head of the de THINK AUTO MYSTERIES SOLVED itaA Caught with William Singer's Maealue ilelieved to Know Who Stole Others. I is osoftman was arrested by South Park 40enuul Paul Olafs Fast night for driving 77 an automobile owned by William Singittilbrt)ther of Mort. Hoffman had inserted "11 eDark plug itto the machine when cttcer recognized the ear and arrested k-our automobiles were stolen In the edstriot during the last week. Police 4731:6 Roffman may know something about .geksoll 1,.. Boulevard Closed to Autos. -tokrik boulevard. between Dearborn and It 2treets, Is closed on, account of repairs that naada i 1 I i Some of the Girls 'tVho Will Make Amateur Play Easy to Look At. ..--,-:-e-s, fferM Et NO, GRANDAM TAKES 3 CHILDREN? Father Seeks Arrest of Wife's Mother; Charges Kidnaping. POLICE SEARCH HOTELS. . All Missing Since Saturday; May Be on Way to Philadelphia. The. disappearance of two little girl and a boy, the children of John Garland, a traveling machine salesman, engaged the attention cf the police of Chicago and Philadelphia yesierday. They are believed to have been kidnaped by their grandmother, Mrs. Lott le Null of Philadelphia, last Saturday from the home- of Mr. Garland' OL brother, with whom he has been living in Edison Park.: The father yesterday obtained a warrant for the grandmother'S arrest and detectives were detailed to canvass the hotels and keep watch at railroad stations for the quartet. The Philadelphia officials, also were asked to watch the railroad stations. Returns Home; Children Gone. According to Garlands declaration to the Chicago police. the children lived with their mother and grandmother In Philadelphia wail a. month ago. Then. Garland sent for them. Mrs. Garland refused to come. but sent the children in charge of Mrs. Null. 14.1st Saturday. before going to work, Garland said he gave Mrs. Null money to pay her transportation back to Philadelphia. When he returned home both she and the children were missing. Grandmother Solicits Money. Garland instituted a private search and learned that Mrs. Null had visited several aid societies and asked for money to pay the transportation of the oldest daughter, who is 11 years old. The other two children are 8 ard 4 years old. At the offices of the societies Garland was told that Mrs. Null had represented him as a drunkard and declared she was taking the children back to their mc then The associations put her off in her request for money. wishing to investigate the case. Search Hotels for Quartet. Whether Mrs. Null obtained money elsewhere could not be learned, and a canvass o the hotels was begun on the thecry that she and the children still may be in Chicago waiting for funds from the east. Up to late last nigh,t no trace of them had. been found in Chicago and no word of their apprehet sion was received from the eastern city. RECOUNT GIVES REPUBLICAN ALDERMAN IN 29TH WARD. Mueller Wins by Twenty Votes Over J'anovsky, Democrat, Declared ElectedOfficial Canvass Is Upset-Completion of the recount in the Twenty-ninth ward contest determined that Mathias Mueller, Republican, was reeelected alderman by a plurality of twenty votes over his Democratic rival, Felix Janovsky. This result overturns the result of the official canvass, which showed that Janovsky had won by five votes, although the police returns gave Mueller a plurality of ten. Mueller getined twenty-five votes in the recount. The seating of Mueller fixes the Republican membership in the council at 28, leaving the Democrats 42, a working majority of 14. Two Democratic aldermenCermak and Hauler and one Republican, Snow, composed the subcommittee of the council election. committee that supervised the recount in the offices od the. election board. As they went along. the aldermen decided on disputed ballots, of which there are about eighty. These will be the subject of argument,. should Janovsky request.. Mueller owed his reCection to Democratio support, a9 the ward went strongly for Harrison. Hur-dreds of workers on election day wore Harrison and Mueller " badges. DEATH CLINCHES BODY BARGAIN Charles Kitta-ick Passes Away and Nurses Who Paid $7 May Claim Corpse. Char les Kittrick, 339 Wells street, who sold his " body and soul " to seven nurses at the National Maternity hospital. 1430 Wells street, died last night at the hospital, where he was being cared for as a charity patientKittrick was suffering from a peculiar form of locomotor ataxia, and by the terms of the bill of sale of his body. the ccrrpse will be used for clinical study. Kittrick sold himself for $7, and he used the money to pay the last bill he owed. his room rent. Record of the sale was filed with the county recorder late yesterday afternoon. . ..12zzcz. 2-272-rzry- - "Tor members only" will be a performaace tonight of Theo Micky-Doo of Titti-Poo," a paraphrase oh "'The Mikadó."!atOrchestra halL The story concerns the loVe of Nanki PoO. -an electrical engineer educated In the United Spates, and his boyhood sweetheart; Tutu Yurn. Most of -the-Characters of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta are retained and many others are interpolated, including a chorus of electrical engineers and workers Who build a 20.000 kilowatt generator in scene 2 that "electrifies" Japan. Members of the National Electrio Light association are to give the performance. .1 THE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: WEDNESDAY. MAY 10. 1911. PUBLIC COMFORT STATIONS ARERECOMMENDED FOR LOOP. Special Park Commission Wants City to Start with Twelve, Which Can Be Maintained for S25,000 a Year. Establishment of twelve underground public comfort stations as recommended yesterday by a unanimous vote of the special park commission. The stations are to be in the sdowntown district Others are sug-, gelsted fcr Outlying districts. The resolutions were adopted at the suggestion. of A. M. Liebling, editor of the Jew ish Courier. He represented that they were necessary to public health. According to flgures that he submitted. the twelve stations can be put in at a cost of $2-.5.000 a year. The stations are to, be in basements of buildings in the loop. which can be rented for something lees than $2,000 a. year. The salaries of two attendants are included in the proposed appropriation. The recommendation will go to the proper committee of the city council, which win be asked to take the matter up for investigation and if It is found feasible put it through. MAYOR AND AIDS STUDY LAKE SHORE RECLAMATION PROBLEM Inspect "Made Land" Claimed by State South to Jackson ParkConsider the Subway Question Today. An indication that the reclamation of the lake shore for the public will be given immediate consideration by Mayor Harrison was seen yesterday in the first inspection trip he has made since his election. The trip was made by automobile with Ald. Theodore K. Long, chairman of the Lake shore reclamation commission, and also of the special committee on bathing beaches and recreation piers, and Corporation Counsel Sexton. Its object was the inspection of lake shore lands between Twenty-second street and Jackson park now held by private Individuals, but claimed by the state, which began a court tight for possession of them last year in cooperation with the city. ,,- 1 PET NAMES' END FAMILY TIE; HUSBAND OBJECTS TO 'SKATE! Also Balks at "Bullhead," "Baldhead," and "Hound"Says Wife Taught Children to Drink in Suit Clark L. Loomis filed& bill in Superior court yesterday telling about his happy home. Loomis Is suing for divorce and wants the custody Of his three children, Juanita, Josephine, and Ireta, the youngest a -baby, and the eldest la He was married Jan. 16. 1891, at Amboy, and separated from his wife last June. Aaron R. Eppstein is his attorney. For seven years, Loomis avers, his family life has not been all that It should be. During that period he says his wife repeatedly spoke to him " brutally as follows: Doc Brute. Pool Pup Bald head. Bullhead. Old fool. Ekate. Hound. Doc Brute. Pool - Pup Bald head. Bullhead. Old fool. Ekate. Hound. Idiot This was unpleasant, Loomis said, but he wouldn't have minded it so much if his wife laadn't done the following: Forced him out of the house; Threatened to commit suicide; Accused him of killing their youngest child; Offered to " Jump in the lake "i Filled the house with poisonous drugs; Taught the children to lie about him; Abused him in the presence of visitors: Remained away from home weeks at a time; Taught the children to drink whisky; Made them ill with dyed candy. This, he thinks. warrants him In asking for a, divorce. He also expects to 1e a bill for an injunction restraining his wife from taking the children out of the state. MORE VETERANS FIGHT PARADE. Columbia Post, G. A. R., Sends Resolutions Condemning Work Horse Spectacle to Mayor. Resolutions attacking the proposed work horse parade on Memorial day, May O. similar in purport to those adopted by the Memorial Hall association on Monday, were ordered sent to Mayor Harrison and President John Barton Payne of the south park board by Columbia post No. 706, G. A. R., which met in Memorial hall, In the public library building last night. A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN When She Marries Carries Her Trousseau in a Wilt Patented GABLE END TRUNK The Finest Wardrobe Trunk in the World Money. Saved on Every Purchase Selling Out Hundreds of High-Grade Trunks at Wholesale Cash Prices and Less Wardrobe Trunks $75.00 down to Skirt Sc Square Trunks, A .95 $50.00 down to at $50.00 down to Steamer Trunks, r Trunks, 4." S60.00 down to Suitcases, $80.00 down to $1.00 Bags, $70.00 down to $2.00 16! CHAS.T.WILT MANUFACTURER 123 South Wabash Avenue East Side of Street. bet. Monroe and Adams sts. Phone Central 3303 Auto. 61610 All Wilt Trunks Warranted Five Years FINDS NEVI KIND OF ANIMAL Chicagoan Announces Discovery Made in South. America. CALL ALL OTIIERS EXTINCT. Scientists Hitherto On:y Theorized Regarding Strange Being. What is regarded as the most important scientific achievement among living animals for a quarter of a century, was announced at Field museum yesterday. when Wilfrid H. Osgood, assistant curator of zodlogy arrived In Chicago after a four months trip to South America.. Mr. Osgood succeeded In tarrturing ten specimens of an order of mammala marsupial. all other members of whose family are extinct. The relation of this order or mammal to the American opossum on one side and to the Australian kangaroo on. the other, is believed to establish the theory that South America and Australasia once were connected by land. - Looks Like Opossum. " It Is a small mammal, of course," Prof. Osgood explained. " It looks something like the opossum. except that it is smaller and its fur is brown. The tall Is ratlike, but square, Instead of round. The pouch is rudimentary. not large enough to carry the young as the kangaroo does. The bones of extinct members of the same family have been round in Patagonia, but there are no other living members of the family. Indeed. there is no other marsupial in America except the opossum "Missing Link" Among Mammals. " This animal is one of the lowest in the scale of mammals. It is a kind of missing link in zoological evolution. because all other members of its family are extinct." Mr. Osgood's success in solving the mystery of half a century came as a result of a month's solitary work with his traps in a Venezuela forest so thick that a way had to be cut with native machetes- After he had established his camp on a mountain he had radiating paths tut back into the forest In order to pursue his work. MIMMAIMnMEZE MMEMEMMMEIIIM But see the car itself THE BORLAND ELECTRIC BROUGHAM has all the class and richness the stunning lines and luxurious appointments you'll find in any other car With the lon ges t wheel base, the roomiest body for four people made, the lowest hung body and stepand superlative riding qualities. The most talked-of car in Chicago today. The price $2,200. May we offer you a demonstration? The Ideal Electric Vehicle CO. Show Rooms: 1330 Michigan Ave. Phone Calumet 3292 rectory : 814 East Eturon Street. tigcago 09 orkind Eledric Brc;ohari irlemoOmMIMMmiMoli I WIFE SUES; NAMES "LADY BARBERS" I Rich Manufacturer Accused of 'Getting the Habit' and Forgetting Vows. TIPS $1,000 FOR A SHAVE. Mrs. Alvan II. Arnold Says Aged Husband crew Too Fond of Fair Attendants. I Up to a 3-ear ago, according to a bill for di-Ivorce which was filed yesterday in the Circuit I court, Alvan H. Arnold. who is president of. 1 Alvan H. Arnold 8: Co., makers of street sprinklers, and wealthy, was a model husband. Then he met a " lady barber." The " lady " tickled Mr. Arnold under the Ichin. The sensation, his wife says, trade him forget home, family. and friends. Within a month, she asserts, he had become the kind of a hu5laand that wives wish to escape from. He had the " lady barber " habit in a virulent I form. Who the first lady barber " was Mrs. Arnold says she does not know. Arnold was 60 1 years of age and his wife thought him old enoueh to be trusted alone in the loop without Ii being watched. But, according to James J Barbour, her attorney. she thinks the first 1 one was Juliet. Anyway. she says, Juliet and Arnold got to know each other right well. Juliet Goes to Europe. After an acquaintance of something like three weeks Juliet took a steamer for Europe. She was gone three months. studying tonsorial art among the Tyrolese. sho told her sister barbers when she returned. " a very dear friend " had paid the bills. And then. Mr. Barbour says. Arnold met Daisy Mullen. Miss Mullen was the " star" tonsorialist in a downtown shop owned by a Mrs. Jones. It was a case, says Mr. Barbour. of love at. first shave. Arnold. on the spot. quit barbering around indiscriminately and lathered his affections upon Miss Mullen. Daisy Gets $1,000 "Tip." Finally. one day. after he had bEen particlarly well shaved, Arnold. Mr. Barbour says, got out of his chair and handed Miss Aullen Leoo. Here." he said. " is a tip. Go out and i)11 Y yourself a shop." Miss Mullen, according to Mr. Barbour. took Arnold at his word. The ebop. the law;: 3-er says she bought with the " Is at 157 Washington street. The Mullen woman denies that she knows Arnold. When Mrs. Arnold heard of this transaction she immediately retained the legal firm of which Mr. Barbour is a member and prepared to bring action for divorce. Notification that this suit was In prospect did not. according to the law-yer. interrupt the friendship of Arnold and his barberess. They are declared to be still taking dinner together in expenteve downtown restaurants. "MIKE DE PIKE" SUED BY WIFE. Woman Seeks Divorce and Says Resort Owner Is Worth One lItmdred Thousand Dollars. Mike de. Pike " Heitler, west side resort owner, is worth $100,000, according to his wife, Mrs. Rose Heftier, who yesterday Eued him in the Circuit court for a divorce. " Mike de Pike has a new sweetheart. Mrs. Heftier alleges. by the name of Julia E. Seibel. The wife asserts that she gave Mike .1,58.000 between 190(1 and 1908 to buy real estate. She charges that since Mike met Julia he has transferred this real estate to his new flame. The wife asks that Heftier be restrained from selling or transferring his real estate urtil her suit has been decided and arrangercents have been made for her support A SUMMER APPETTZERA teaspoonful of Horstord's Acid Phosphate in a glass of water stimulates appetite and quenches thirst. Ads' 1 MAY 4.L14-7'...'''''....7-4. 117.,91;1:. eftAlli 1:: V.,"...",'....i i ,..,..'4?' ,No--: . . ,;:... ,.. 4,5, ,4' 4' SPECIAL-A brtlen 1e Gl about 500 pairs of Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords including tans. patent leather. giinmetal and suedes in many styles. Values up to $5 We believe in a crowded storethat's why we offer such seemingly impossible bargains. Cm t in at once; you can's afford to miss this sale.. Infants' Strap Sandals VALUES UP TO $2. Tan or Black. 220 S. STATE ST. (Corner Quincy Street) MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED SALE FINE OFFICE FURNITURE Two Unusual Values This handsome sanitary roll top desk, dull golden oak finish, finished back, five drawers. lower right hand drawer partitioned for books, pigeonhole filing boxes and card index drawer, legs fitted with steel sliding shoes-50 inches wide. A fine wt11 made piece of furniture. Was $40. Sale price.. Lig - 54 in. wide. was S45, sale price, $25.50 60 in. wide, was $60, sale price, 27.50 High grade office table, quartered oak throughout, flat rubbed satin finish, 4- inch tapered legs with brass sockets, five-ply quartered oak top, 11 in. thick, cast brass drawer pulls. Size 1030 cast-biass drawer pulls. 1 Size 29.5 36x72, two drawers Size 30x43, one drawer $16.50 Size 32x60, two drawers 22.50 Piling Cabinets, Chairs, Typewriter Desks, Fixtures and Partitions (to order) at equal reductions. Prices quoted above good during this sale ONLY. Otis Desk Co. Complete Office Outfitters New Number 174-184 W. Quincy St. Bet. La Salle and Fifth Ave. Phone Main 2799 1 11 Abel &Bach Co. 209 S. Wabash Ave. 3 Doors South of Adams St. Liiitiff1133 SALE "'-'-.7-7-74----N-zt J,--iAi" ------.---.7.--;-'7---7.---- 7------,. ,, ,.v.------I''.. i. tvvitit :;!"--crs --1,--------- -----' - 7- --,--------- , 1 1, ,,,et . , --..-,--.-rr- ,,. -A,-;-, 1 b ' , 10 -' 1 be , r", Nei t 1 ..,..4 -pt," , C---en-T"' IMF V20 '-'1"." , "' -f ,to., .ia. fie ira -,444t .,,..,.,4 31--.1-:..ta 4 . ,-, . i 4 v it4 Large basswood box, duck covered, steel bound, brassed trims, compartment and extra tray full cloth lined. Sizes O. 00 34, 36, 38, 40 Steamer trunkhard vulcanized fibre outside and inside, brassed solid trims, cloth lin'd.riv-1 0.0 0 eted. Sizes 34,36, 38,40, I Cowhide case, 7 inches deep, heavy straps around, hand stitched, ring handle, linen lined. shirtfold. Sizes 24, 26. 7.5 0 limo value, BAGS Large cowhide oxford bag, hand sewed frame, sole leather corners, leather lined. Sizes I". t 50 17, 18, Abel Hach Co. SHOESAr irmsi Fop, 1WN 1 NNYY NNYY NNYY THE NEWEST SATIN SANDAL PILES Ac Continues on I 3 - SUIT CASES 209 S. WABASH AVE. in ladies' stylish foctwear 8 STRAP Black or Tan SA All .41,30 Sizes L ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE. AN A Mk k33 It .16 t Ati.a.n.1.6. g-..11.1 La & poo curt, I wt p it a. I a; Ea ',Egg a,,a LI" r-,,x4A0, Ire& d1r6 aA 7 I S." 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The. dti b o y, ppearance of two little girl's and N -hat . . , ,, ,...,,:,.:....,.4..,,,,,,,o.,. - arrived -- ----'''''.-- :' - , . - hsae children of John Garland, a trav- 1 -.4'''.''"..'...,Z:,..z,.'.'s...3;:r. .':1-.'.4,a, '''.'31- -i'..:4;,::',. , . .. ... ,..:;,-,.,..;:;.. ...:.......,,,:ltke-k-:. .---,,,,. . . Oszood assist ... scientific achievernent anmtgho3e'eSngTBmhieEi levsnX:triggi.11.1.mzaIPINdi rimCitaaTnel Re a . 04 actit, 1 ceanggoa gaedr,.et t ph eh jai at tdeeni - 1 - for a q u a r t e r oaf.: cceuenriatdutaory:. - - tfiloinng cmf atchheinpeolsicaele7f phia 3-esterday. They are believed to have I .01;:zhoseoant no aNn N:- .tul fn re i edd H. A. ILJ 11,11,1 1 -11, .11 IlLi -Ilt ILA rF--T471-777-" 8 STRAP 1,--or--A-4--- . ......e......--- 11MEIMENIZEIMP , I t4..,,,,---It :- 1 :',;'74,,!:14i 04:4''' ---''' . 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This handsome sanitary roll top desk, 604 ''''',4.' -, 4- , ' ,:i'-0! keir, dull golden oak finish, finished back, -,-. five drawers. lower right hand drawer I 4,4::. aox, partitioned for books, pigeonhole filing S PEC bri G boxes and card index drawer, legs fitted with steel sliding shoes-50 inches wide. 000 pairs of A len line l about rs of A fine wtlImadepiece of furni- 4)43.50 ture. Was $-10. Sale price.. 4d a - Ladies' Pumps 54 in. wide. was $45, sale price, $25.50 ' and 0 x f o r d s 60 in. wide, was $60, sale price, 27.50 including tans. patent leather. gun- 'N111110.11111111111111.1111.1..m , metal and suedes in many st)h:s. kki .... 11 Valuesupto$5 . ,j $1.00 p a i r 21- I We believe in a crowded storethat's High grade office table, quartered oak why we offer such seemingly impossible throughout, flat rubbed satin finish, 4- bargains. Cm t in at once; you can't inch tapered legs with brass sockets, afford to miss this sal. five-ply quartered oak top, 11 in. thick, cast brass drawer pulls. 1 Size 29-5' Infants, Strap Sandals 36x72, two drawers Size 30x43, one drawer $16.50 5 Size 32x60, two drawers 22.50 . C Tiling Cabinets, Chairs, Typewriter - Desks, Fixtures and Partitions (to order( at squat reductions. Prices VALUES UP TO $2. Tan or Black. quoted above good during this sale ONLY. 220 S. STATE ST. (Corner Quincy Street) 0 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED tis Desk Co. 1 TR ttp-T1 a ilVot 1 - - , ' ' , -----:--'--.,7-7-7----:.-j---- ---2- - :7-1,--,1-L------7,77--------:77L- :-,7,,,,,,..--,-- . t ..s:t,t, !,--,-,-,--: - - ..,.- .-,-7-...?...------- ,-,I; -----' t..44.4116 -,,,,s-t...,,,----,, i c- ,,..1. -S9 bit-.4 '2:- 411- -,411141,z14 ),--' etl- 'ri.--7 N 4, ' -- r 4114,444.41 - i -"..., l't .C) ;,; 411 q : ,. ,,,,,rii ,..p in ,,..- 1 !-- "? ...1 1 ..41,- 1 ..., I III V... ( , . '...!1 1 N. ''--- ---- ---- . 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