28 THE SATURDAY' EVENING POST December 6, 1902 For Men and Women $3.50 Satisfaction A satisfied customer is a better advertisement than pages of talk. The Crawford Shoe satisfies. Crawford Fashion Book Beautifully Printed in Colors Shows customs in vogue from the year zoo B. C. to date—from the Chinese Empire to the United States, from the ancient Storm Boot A perfect storm boot. Made of heavy grain Box Calf, with full bellows tongue to the top, heavy double sole, guaranteed for service and comfort. NOTE—Owing to additional weight this style will cost $4.00 per pair, delivery charges prepaid by us—at stores you can buy it for $3.50. Sabot to the modern Crawford. It is well worth having historically, besides showing you the fashionable 'oz-'o3 Winter styles in footwear. Just send Postal - Yours for the Asking Crawford Shoe Makers MEN'S STORES 93-95 Nassau St., New York. 54 West 23c1 St., New York. 150 'Vest 125th St., New York. 1363 Broadway, Herald Sq., N. Y. 825 Broadway, near 12th St., N. Y. 433 Fulton St., Brooklyn. 189 Broadway, Brooklyn. 903 Penna. Ave., Washington. 208 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore. 169 Tremont St., Boston. 160 Summer St., Boston. 1120 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Mail-Order Dept. Room 45 14 0 Duane Street New York City, U. S. A. Factories : New York City and Brockton, Mass. WOMEN'S STORES 137 Fulton St., New York. 54 West 23,1 St., New York. 825 Broadway, near 12th St., N. Y. 1363 Broadway, Herald Sq., N. Y. 150 West 125th St., New York. 433 Fulton St., Brooklyn. 189 Broadway, Brooklyn. 903 Penna. Ave., Washington. 208 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore. 169 Tremont St., Boston. 160 Summer St., Boston. 1120 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. We have 710 agents or branch stores. Reduced Prices on Suits and Cloaks. Pt A SHORT while ago a woolen manufacturer offered to make his finest woolens at considerable reduction if we would give him a large order to keep his mills running during the dull season. We contracted for the newest fabrics for NVinter and early Spring, and shall make these goods into suits,shirts ondclooks to order only,atone. third less than regular prices. Nearly all of our styles and materials share in this sale. Note these reductions: Suits, former price $10, reduced to $6.67. $12 Suits reduced to $8. $15 Suits reduced to $10. Latest designs in Skirts, former price $5, reduced to $3 .3 4. $6 Skirts reducedto $4. $7.50 Skirts reduced to $5. Handsome Costumes of Velvet Cords and Corduroy, former price $17, reduced to $11.34. $19 Costumes reduced to $12.67. Jackets, former price $10, reduced to $6.67. $15 Monte Carlo Coats reduced to $10. Rainy-Day, Travelling and Walking Skirts, former price $6, reduced to $4. $7.50 Skirts reduced to $5. $9 Skirts reduced to $6. Reduced Priceson Rainy-Day Sults,Travelling Suits, Raglans. Etc. The Catalogue, Samples and Reduced Price- List will be sent free at your request. Your order will he filled to your liking —if you think not, send back the garment promptly, and we will refund your money. THE NATIONAL CLOAK CO., 119 and 121 West 23d Street, New York. A Free Swing President Suspenders For the holidays are in single pair boxes. Nice presents. Fifty cents and a dollar. Ask at favorite shop, or post prepaid from C. A. Edgarton Mfg. Co. Box 231 0, Shirley, Mass. President playing cards, unique, entertaining, instructive. Ask your dealer. For Christmas A $3.00 Table Tennis Set for $2.00 Expressage prepaid A special set at a special price. Fine hardwood polished bats. Nickel-plated extension poles. Six imported balls. An exceptionally handsome gift at low cost. Buy from the manufacturer. Philadelphia Tennis Co., 604 Commerce St., Philada., Pa. Protects Against Temperature Changes The Standard Sanitary Underwear for Men, Women and Children Endorsed by Leading Physicians Also various Jaeger Novelties and Specialties Don't forget that the Best is the Cheapest, and that the first Wealth is Health ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE DR. JAEGER S. W. S. CO.'S OWN STORES .1 16 West 23d Street NEW YORK: 1 155-157 Broadway BROOKLYN: 504 Fulton Street BOSTON : 23 0-23 2 Boylston Street PHILADELPHIA : 1510 Chestnut Street CHICAGO: 82 State Street Agents in all Principal Cities WITH STERLING SILVER TRIMMINGS No. 985sw, Polls e Linen Hose, extra selected Genuine Horse Hide. Sterling Silver Trimmings, $5.00. No. 755sw, with Fancy Silver-plated Trimmings, $3.50. Other styles at 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sent postpaid if your dealer cannot supply. Warranted satisfactory. Send for free catalogue —tells how to keep your razor sharp. J. R. Torrey & Co. P. O. Box 35 Worcester, Mass. The Earth is Covered with Velvet to Those Who Wear GILBERT'S HEEL CUSHIONS INSIDE THEIR SHOES.- Bemuse Jar in Walking, Increase Height, Make Better Fitting Shoes. Arch the Instep. Indorsed by physicians. Simply 'tra placed in the heel, felt down. Don't require larger shoes. in., 35c.; 1 in., 51.00 per pair. At slue : Send name, size shoe. height desired, and 2c. stamp fo; Pik°. tia daYs. GIB nT Elm St.,ItocIegar,11. T. Steam Tactics (Continued from Page 4) I put ill fresh sparking plugs this morning). Salmon, take that steam-kettle home, somehow. I would be alone." " Filsey," I said to my man, " help Salmon home with my car." " Home? Now? It's hard. It's cruel 'ard," said Filsey, almost with a sob. Hinchcliff outlined my car's condition briefly to the two engineers. Mr. Pyecroft clung to our guest, who stared with affrighted eyes at the palpitating Octopod ; and the free wind of high Sussex whimpered across the heather. " I am quite agreeable to walkin"ome all the way on my feet," said our guest. " I wouldn't go to any railway station. It 'ud be just the proper finish to our little joke." He laughed nervously. " What's the evolution?" said Pyecroft, disregarding. " Do we turn over to the new cruiser?" I nodded, and he escorted our guest to the tonneau with care. When I was in, he sat himself broad-armed on the little flap-seat which controls the door. Hinchcliff sat by Kysh. " You drive? " Kysh asked, with the smile that has won him his chequered way through the world. " Steam only, and I've about had my whack for to-day, thanks." " I see." The long, low car slid forward and then dropped like a bullet down the descent our steam toy had so painfully climbed. Our guest's face blanched, and he clutched the back of the tonneau. " New commander's evidently been trained on a destroyer," said Hinchcliff. " What's 'is wonderful name?" whispered Pyecroft. " Ho! Well, I'm glad it ain't Saul we've run up against—nor Nimshi, for that matter. This is makin' me feel religious." Our impetus carried us half-way up the next slope, where we steadied to a resonant twelve an hour against the collar. " What do you think ?" I called to Hinchcliff. "'Taint as sweet as steam, o' course; but for power it's twice the Furious against half the Jaseur in a head-sea." Volumes could not have touched it more exactly. His bright eyes were glued on Kysh's hands juggling with the levers behind the discreet backward sloping dash. " An' what sort of a brake might you use? " he said politely. " This," Kysh replied, as the last of the hill shot up to one in eleven. He let the car run hack a few feet and caught her deftly on the brake, repeating the performance cup and ball fashion. It was like being dapped above the Pit at the end of your uncoiled solar plexus. Even Pyecroft held his breath. " It ain't fair! It ain't fair!" our guest moaned. " You're makin' me sick." " What an ungrateful blighter he is! " said Pyecroft. " Money couldn't buy you a run like this . . . Do it well overboard! " " We'll just trundle up the Forest and drop into the Park Row, I think." said Kysh. " There's a bit of good going hereabouts." He flung a careless knee over the low raking tiller that the ordinary expert puts under his oxter, and down four miles of yellow road, cut through barren waste, the Octopod sang like a six-inch shell. " Whew ! But you know your job," said Hinchcliff. " You're wasted 'ere. I'd give something to 'ave you in my engine-room." " He's steering with 'is little hind-legs," said Pyecroft. " Stand up and look at him, Robert. You'll never see such a sight again! " " Nor don't want to," was our guest's reply. " Five 'undred pounds wouldn't begin to cover 'is fines even since I've been with him." Park Row is reached by one bill which drops three hundred feet in half a mile. Kysh had the thought to steer with his hand down the abyss, but the manner in which he took the curved bridge at the bottom brought my few remaining hairs much nearer the grave. " We're in Surrey now; better look out," I said. " Never mind. I'll roll her into Kent for a bit. We've lots of time; it's only three o'clock." " Won't you want to fill your bunkers, or take water, or anything?" said Hinchcliff. " We don't use water, and she's good for two hundred on one tank o' petrol." " Two 'undred miles from 'ome and mother and faithful Fido to-night, Robert," said Pyecroft, slapping our guest on the knee. " Cheer Your Closets or Wardrobes Too Small ? up! Why, I've known a destroyer do less." CHICAGO FORM GOODFORM EQUIPMENTS make them hold double measure. Keep everything smart and orderly. Imitations will disappoint you, Goodform Closet Sets never. Men's Set Six each Coat and1 ro la $2.25 sers Hangers. One each Express Paid Shelf Bar and Door Loop. Women's Set Six each Skirt and Coat $1.75Hangers. One each Shelf Express Paid Bar and Door Loop. Sold everywhere by furnishing stores. Send for free booklet Goodform Trousers 'longer, I'atented April 8.'02. Sample Postpaid, 30t, 4 for $1.00. express showing other sets. If dealer offers a substitute write us. COMPANY, 511 Garden City Building, CHICAGO, ILL.
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