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I Tee S aip ItAKB TBTBTOnsi Tjtorsday Motcsixg, February 25, 1904. 5 I I
ffrjTHE SQCIAL WHgRL
2 Konrns have- left
fLn'oth4lr way west. Mrs.
Cn' r-:ur.i to Blt Lake, Senator
-irrthcr a, far as Chl
n eoln? ta-k to Washington.
! ... f Holmes will not receive
afi-rnoon. but ono wock from
t'ora 3 to G o'clock, Mrs.
ijl "receive l't the nrL Rallery.
--0 call will have tho plcnsuro
r'r rc coI,cction oC lrl3h'
. Srrcdlah. Chinese and Manila
if't'ts ""0 Ir.vltntlona will bo Iirj
f.t all of Mrs. Holmes's friends
. 'corJIflfy vrelcomo,
-d Mrs. J A Dansherty of Tort
'c crc la the city, spending a
, hh S1 J'nko 'r,cnda- Mra-U-r
will bo very pleasantly ro-
as Mis Mary Kinney, one of
' ..in- ladies enjoyed a. delightfully
i afternoon yesterday nt the
eg. h,"e or Mr A. IV. McCuno.
no and her coueln. Mm. Ward,
L th; hostessei.
MB- tr c puffer of Portland. Or., will
SJw In Silt Lal:c on Monday to hc
"ST!.Y Miss Ella Budderaor to Europe
ViljHolv Land. They will Icavo on
jDPy ind will bo away covcral
4 ; rxireo Y. "Wallace has returned
lis vlj't of several weeks with her
J Irtr M. Tuttl0 of SL Loul3'
?f i . -
r Jane Mclmyr was truest of honor
ffi ohformul afternoon party gten yes-
1 thThome of Mrs. A. E. Walker,
by a fw of the. Intlmato friends
f, tts and pucHt of honor.
uthenon Boyd was host at an elc-i-
jpoointed dinner on Monday last
?i Kpnfaford Covers were laid for
ft . .
'1 L el v SI'ver entertains at a Kon-
! ''jz I'll' afternoon In honor of Miss
Lsstr cf Portland. Or.
S ri itas received in this city yester-
i H Mr Emma Hanson Is critically
v rfjcjumonla at Champaign, 111. Ilor
S uiitr. Miss Hanson, left last evening
2 Di Judith Evans entertains at a flinch
Tir rr tcciorrow afternoon.
' n i '
tyo eg people of the Twenty-second
-S'llririre a leap ear dance In the ward
5b Ellis even In p.
mm a -
Immx'K L JCIcol wa hostess at an en
nEi:, Kensington Monday afternoon.
jBd Mcln'yc being the guest of
llh T. Donneilan left last evening: for
" 'irlt'iJ tr!y to Arizona.
TmxX. J. Got ham plves a Kensinpton
ABiLrosi3ay afternoon In honor of Miss
m AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
03 1 1
Jyatat TTom Director-Genernl
JJP ftittaker as to Utah's Standing
Mi ! at St. Louis Esrjosition.
m f jgtHeter M "U'clls is In receipt of a
Kg t'lrora Director-General S. T. Whit
fil Co' the Utah "World's fair commls
' I fa which he states that Commls
U!? KJudce Shurtllft and liimHclf will
r-fj; t: ia bait Lake on the 26th. The
jS? has a number of matters to
ml cd to immediately and a meetlnp will
tjfcE on Friday. Mr. Whlltaker re
aT ititlifaitory propress in the work at
Tr ii!r crour.dB and expects to have the
H uuhlblts complete In due season for
ail -Mclro:. lie has succeeded after much
ft?!' Pl' la placing the Immense block of
J."J, (RtHated by the Pleasant Valley Coal
,.J?, ftty in a prominent place in Die ml-
U(JfBahlMt Uom this State. The bit;
U, Jrf coal fared rather roughly en
Jj .8 5t. Iouls and the dlreclor-pene.ral
' lr? lt necessary to apply a coat of
Ja i ! 10 pwent dlsintepratlon.
ra Mto last carloads of oxhlblts liave
wl iwelved and unloaded :uid are now
W tpid. There will onlv one more
iS u 10 llie 'alr 111(1 the remainder of
Pi J2Sva2d cndB to bo gathered will bo
'-'M B or express later. Mr. Whittaker
,;S luyttA,vr.'- of his lieutenants to sc
fftf u ear from the San Pedro company
S 'P"-'! o Iron county at once and
J '-'Iron tshjblt from that .uarter of
A ' 7 car v-'111 nlso bo loaded
ot tho mliilnp apeclmons vet to
t u HP ln 1,10 southern counties. It
41 L3, taken lo Osdcn. and with
V v cxhlbltc still stored Ip. the
L Louls'Ut n 1x1111,11 "nd-'Pui'ed
C-A.f'C,?,r"Ke,ieral Trc8wa himself
Irt w -ilial the World's fair commlt-
irr,5n-10 fn-ant the demand mado
JM.V1,?omni!jJS,on fni" "Pace for tho
fcr n, "'"'Piay f'-ot" this State. Sec
rMvi.D0,1ivOf ,llC rtali commission.
wfKL, a.Y . al hiasmuch as the spaco
tfS.Wy.f'l for when room was asked
l !Sr tulldlng8 the fair people- could
aWmvL Oo otherwise than mako
'JlKtvZ,t K'iY slon for Placlnp such an
lWtJixh bU as II,a be fc-uthered,
,?rninlsslon ,p vcllllner and ready
tyHtetf. ti: ttnPropriatton to bu used by
?alifHr i . Education In nelcctlnp
tyfflmS.- VU -no1 u,ttl1 assurance has
JSi;-'l tiiat th. necessary i'pace
jay-XTsntedfor the display.
.RMl Hecord It.
l..il!lCcntury 0wl has laid Us
Mii. , eir y'-nz shall have died
flCilMt i 111 01111 be on our records,
jffch.i pay Mcrcliar.ts' Protective
'ttEr'Z"' MwU'.fic collcctorn of had
jifli, r,cpT noor Commercial - block.
VilFx Luko- General Manager.
n CfW ?ila don't !lko us."
-splCAG0 GREAT WESTEHIT
jfijj'f "Tae Eight Road"
TKlr Cou::cil Bluffs and
' i? """polic. Unbuquo and Chl-
wlrtrM T'.r,CR.L r!5M: hitvIcd HKht;
jI i ; F- A Stsrk.-eathcr. Gen.
II I0USLY zISA:E,p;EAR'
(laR!?' MrfJ,'-.F',. 24,-Tho town
""TfflPnil" '-Z uJ" ln Peculiar munlc
iWlfflllVfc;.". lI?e arlv town rocords
Jlft?!!' ltoni; with the filcfi of
SMf::. This ;8 a particularly
0mxVs 1.at,". Mnce it Is Impossible
5 tT-irft,"M5ca, 1,uvc been pranled
WBThft ), Kcn th frajichlses con-
' AtfK0U.l- 18 senoraJly recop
rr ,tha 11 "ilnht be to tho
tIKj In ri-C("' vttln "Ulity companion
a bl.a-uay if the records were
Sjf t?! lenity TO
f I HiTAINBRITJSH NAVY
illfAr;-2'---' Brillnh naval
2LMb Cf tV,'J-ot:l18 S1S4.M3.M0. a nrL
iffrgmK A16.0CO over tltc esllniato
L.lla Buddemer, who Is the puest of her
Bistor. Mrs. Oscar L. Cox.
Miss Rida Taylor ehterlalncd a fnw
friends very pleasantly ycatcrday aftrr
noon at her home on First West street.
A letter received by Mrs. E. 13. Shepaxd
from her daughter, Miss Helen, saye that
tho company is playing in NashvllK
Tenn. this week and is being well re
ceived all along tho line. Miss Shepard
h well and happy in her work, and Is
looking forward to a brief visit ln Salt
Lako this summer.
A special meeting of the Jewish Relief
society will bo held this afternoon at 2:30
o clock In tho B. B. clubroom.
Members of the M. M. E. Sewing club
and their husbands wero entertained at
dinner and later onjojod an Informal
evening at the home of Dr. nnd Mrs. F
A. Vincent la3t evening.
Mrs. Emma Ellcr-beck and Miss Ellcr
beck entertain at ouchro this afternoon
and again tomorrow afternoon.
Members of the Third Street Card club
will meet today with Mrs. Putnam.
About seventy-five ladles enjoved the
card party yesterday ni'ternoon In the
new Jamc3 B. McKcnn hall. Tho host
esses were Mr. W. II. Jones, Mrs. L. S.
Doanc. Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Smeltser. Mrs
Cooper. Mrs. Gurnscy. SIxty-thrco was
the game played, nnd tho prizes were,
won by Mrs. Charles Van Alstlne and
Mrs. 31. 31. Rca.
Mrs. William II. Fish, Jr was hostess
at an Informal tea yesterday afternoon
at Lnlty hall, which was enjoyed bv a
largo number of members and friends of
tho society. A very plcnsant feature of
tho afternoon was the talk bv Rev. Mr.
Fish on "What One Can See in Thrco
Months, ln Europe."
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Young will entertain
at dinner on Saturday evening.
Mrs. AV. ,T. Buck and son, Keith, of
Park City, are vlailing Salt lake friends
for a short time. .
Ioroy A. Palmer returned yesterday
from a stay of several weeks in Nevada.
AT meeting of the forestry committee of
the Utah Federation of Women's clubs
will bo held this afternoon at tho home
of Mrs Emma J. McVlckcr, 15C'i East
South Temple street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jepson entertnlncd
at a pleasant party Saturday, Februarv
20th. tho occasion being the birthday of
Mrsp Jepson The house was decorated
with American Beauty ro3es and whito
carnations The evening was spent, In
card playing, and a number of vocal and
Instrumental selections were nlso on
joyed. Tho guests departed at a late
hour, vishing Mrs. Jepson manv more
such happy birthdays. Those "present
were Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Yeager, Mr.
and Mrs. V. M. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Price, Mr. nnd Mrs Thomcs Wood
bury, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Cushman, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Gerber, Mrs. Butler. Mrs.
Gaylor. Mrs II E Vunder, Miss Wright,
and Messrs. Georgo Sharp, Charles Rule,
Leo Butler and Gaylor
A crap game owns
Down where the. red lights shine,
And, when the sale
Cut gamblers' ball
To two and ninety-nine,
He snid, "This price
Is very nice,
1 really think it's line."
They called his case
In Judge Dlehl'a place.
But William Jones was missed.
Three hundred fine
No buyer could resist.
Mitchell, whose prolix was "XV. e".,"
When asked as to vagrancy announced
"Not 'we,' " said his honor, "but you go
To remain for three days ln that mansion
"Ah, yes. your honor, some ton months
Since r had the pleasure of seeing you
Thii3 Georgo 3cston answered when asked
to make- clear
How long tho time sinco he had been
"You aro doing ntz well," was tho
"But beware how you coiiw here again
on a lark."
From off of tho wagon Bill Tiffany fell.
Ho wns not the guy who nan diamonds to
But ono or two toasts to a dear com-
Gives him the lwlicf that he's rolling in
He sought for thrci bones to keep out of
But discovered, alas, there was no wealth
in his roll.
Judge Truman withdrew his motion for
arrest of judgment ln the Grlco petit
larcenv cose after convincing the court
that the complaint was fatully dcfeiitive.
Tho city attorney then asked that the
tlmo for fcfiitcnce be postponed until lo
, day. If sentence is Imposed the defense
will promptly secure Grlce's release on a
writ of habeas corpus.
BANDIT CHIEF WITH
Leader of Band of Highwaymen Is
a Grandson of a California
SAN RAFAT3I. Cal Feb. 21, Austin
Hooper and Charles Carson, two men ln
the county Jail 'here, are said by the
police to belong to a bundi of six men
wanted. In various parts of the United
States for highway robberj. Hooper
and Curson were captured at San
Anselmo. near this city, after a suc
cessful haul here on Sunday night.
Todny Hooper, who Is Beriously
wounded, made a full confession, telling
tho names of his companlonB, hut would
not divulge their wherea.bou.t3.
All of the gang have, It Is aid. a
long list of crimes to their crealt, but
, Hooper's .social Ptunding hi pronounced.
His parents res-ide in Petulatna. He is a
college hoy and the grandson of the
la'o A. 13 Chase, a millionaire of Santa
RoEa. He Is only 25 years oldv but has
been it highwayman for several years,
ami only on January 3th last got out
of San Quontin prlron, where he served
ten months. English Did:, one of hia
companions, was. it Is alleged, tho leader
of a gang that several years ago ter-ro-ized
Seattle by hold-ups- and who
lst vear raided many places ln Denver,
Wo are prepared to invest your funds
o that they will bring you the larsesl
1 rStSni compatible with safety You
.hAlrt the securlt We dn the work.
McCurrln & Co., 13 WHln sL
IE) nVith HoIIolv Cheeks and Sallolv Complexions V Wft
Tlay Again Be Tlump and 'Rosy 11
H J Manygirls have grown old and homely -with the best part of life fffi
H 'still before them. -!) r " . i ' US
S Something has gone -wrong with the seat of life the stomach.
Hi Foods do not digest and consequently there is no new blood. The g
m 'body becomes a furnace without fuel. It begins to eat itself. The
.f tissues, the muscles, the strength built up in the past, now go to support
M life. The once beautiful and healthy girl becomes emaciated, angular,
Ml holiow cheeked and stoop shouldered. Her complexion is yellow and &
jjgj wrinkled. She is a soured old woman. " . m
Wa Dyspepsia does all this M'
H This terrible disease was always difficult to overcome, but we have ft
m nt last founds positive and permanent cure Kexall Dyspepsia Tablets. g
wm Our new remedy supplies the one element, the lack of which in the m
M "astric juices is the sole cause of dyspepsia. It stimulates the digestive M
W organs to perfect action and enables them to extract the last particle of
II blood and health and strength from the food eaten.
Wt Vv Itexall Dyspepsia Tablets will tone up your system, quiet your nerves, m
m make you sleep sound, show you the bright side of life, clear your com- Lg
plexion and give you the firm, plump flesh nature intended you to have. gj
fl ,We give you back your money if they fail to cure you. f g
! vPice 25 cents. Sold only at our store or by mail.
OF WORD CONSPIRACY
House Committee Begins Hearing on
Bill That Labor Unions
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24. The House
Committee on Judiciary today began a
series of hearings on the1 Grosvenor bill
to limit the meaning of the word "con
yplracy" and the use of restraining or
ders and injunctions.-
Samuel Gompers, president o the
American Federation of Labor, pre
sented his views in favor of the meas
ure. A large delegation headed by James
M. Beck, former Assistant Attorney
General, and Daniel Davenport, were
present today In opposition to lt. S.
Kcyler of Pittsburg, representing the
National Building Trades Employers'
association, entered a protest in behalf
of his association, on the ground that
existing laws were amply sufficient to
enable employees to secure their rights
and none too strong to secure to the
employing classes the security of their
Mr. Beck said he represented tho
Building Trades league of Chicago, the
American Anti-Boycott association and
the National Association of Marble
Mr. Beck declared that if enacted
into law the bill would effectually re
peal the Sherman anti-trust law. Un
der it it would be possible to form the
Northern Securities compnny on the
ground that such a combination would
be ln furtherance of settlement of trade
Weakness In men is caused by Inflamma
tion of the prostate gland. Oregon Kidney
Tea cures this.
A WONDERFUL BUSINESS
Is tho Lord & Thomas Advertising
Agency, the Head of Which. Re
tired February 1st.
Possibly there Is no line of Industry
in the United Slates that has grown ln
such proportion in recent years ns that
of general advertising, which includes
publicity In newspapers and magazines
and outdoor display advertising, and
through Its tremendous force the entire
basin of modern merchandising has
The Chicago papers of the current
week devote much space and time to
the wonderful growth of the advertis
ing business as a whole, and that of
Lord & Thomas in particular, owing to
the retirement of Mr. D. M. Lord, the
senior member of the firm, who leaves
active business life with a rich competence-
The business of Lord & Thomas has
been one of the most, aggressive and
progressive of Us kind in the country,
having in recent yenra been under the
active management of Mr. A. L.
Thomas, whose Judgment on advertis
ing mattcra Is considered ns authori
tative by the vast body of publlclty
uscrs. Mr. Thomas has succeeded Mr.
Lord to the presidency and will con
tinue at the head of the firm.
Mr. C. R. Erwln, the new vice-president,
has been connected with tho com
pany for twenty years, nnd is therefore
a veteran ln the field; associated with
him and Mr. Thomas are Mr. A. D.
Lr.fker, the secretary and treasurer.
I Thirty-five years of wide experience
In handling the publicity of a large pro
portion of America's most successful
advertisers have fitted Lord & Thomas
to give moct Judicious and profitable
service to enterprising business firms
ln every line.
The main offices of Lord & Thomas"
are In the Trude building, Chicago, and
Its Eastern branch is ln the American
Tract Society building,- New York.
u Three straight ryo -.vhiskcys Golden Sheaf, Guck- I
j 3 enheimer and Locust Valley, and the straight descrip- & I
E tion of all the best. Hardly necessary to say wo'ro 4
1 sole agents. I I
j RIEGER & LINDLEY,
j "The Whiskey Merchants." j
1610 MILES YOU
STATES A clO.
I IfloaOiifln board thc thTCMsh ROCK SL'AND
UBOaHyialaiy' STANDARD SLEEPER at Salt Lako
tonight and not loavc it until you reach
S3 FfPRfrfc1?) CHICAGO except to er.Joy well pro-
1 rrf iwed meals In the famous ROCK
LIbQ flail ISLAND DINERS. You arrive CHI- j
S CAGO in the morntug. It saves a hotel
Make your reservations and buy your
tickets at Ticket office. 100 West Soco'nd J
SfebSfeaSmSj GEO. A. BIBLE, Trav. Pas3. Agent.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
g A. H. MOFFET, Gen'l Agent, Donvox. t
L-stt iul TT-r- j '
Since thc police have attemjitcd to clear
tho street corners at tho crossing of sev
eral of tho nrlnclple thoroughfares of tho
down-town district, so that the women cn:i
pass along with comfort, tho men say they
have to tako to tho street. The women
have proven to bo tho greater offenders of
thc loitering ordinance.
"Did you ever hear the story of the leg
less slioe-blnck at the Kenyon?" nskod a
qltlzcn In discussing the struggles of sev
eral of the city's cripples. 'Go In thcro
nnd havo him tell lt to you. It Is worth
The artist Is a slockily-bullt fellow of
10. He la a native of Naples, having comu
to America two years nco to work out a
fortune. In time he drifted out to Salt
Lake nnd look employment with tho ltio
Grande Wcstoni, and in saving the llfo of
a friend ho lost his legs.
"It waz Ilka thlz." remarked the youth.
"I warka for Ro Grand Wes. Worka thc
sect. Un' stand? Well, tho soct-fore ho
getta drunk one night an canna gctta dn
homo. I come long. Taka do fore, leada
he long, way fmma da track nn lieara da
train, lie a blgga man, un'vtiin'' A big
man. I pulla him 'long angitta my feet
fa' in frog. Fn slon' I roildna getta
loose. I ser I'm cauelit ;in pusha da fore
ofTffa da track an' lay down, 'cz, suh,
tho train cutla my laijjs off. 1 cava da
fore, tliough. Now I worka on sect no
moro. I ahlna da shoe."
This Is Joe Cheld's story. He looks on
the situation with the eye of a real hero
and seems as happy as most young men
who have two good legs. He says he has
never told his parents In Italy of his acci
dent ' 1 don' want my moth' know I am
a crlpp," ho declared.
When the bid of ono of tho companies
that was trying to buy the $S1S.(X0 refund
ing bonds of thc city was read In Council
Tuesday night offering a promlum ot
$35,000, the young man that was represent-
ing tho company nearly fell deod. He had
1 been too liberal with his ciphers. Ana
what inudo the matter especially serious
for his company was a JEfcOO check had
been sent in with thc bid an a guivrantco
of good faith. Thc young bond agent got
himself together and explained, In time.
At latest reports the American mule had
not yet arrived nt tho seat of war In the
East. Something will happen when the
consignment from Missouri is brought into
action, and the telegraph editors of thc.
great newspapers are in a state of great
The house-hunting season Is about on.
There are already signs of Ub coming, for
all tho moving vans aro being put In re
pair, and the "To Let" columns In the
newspapers aro picking up some buslnoss.
At this writing no one has been able to
find 1 he string that Is naid to have bcn
attached to tho declination of Mr. Shun
non to accent the nppointmont h City
Sexton. Is It possible that that gentleman
l.s afraid of spooks?
The apostle who fled to Europo some
time ago rather than to face the charge of
pollgnmous practices, probnbly had little
faith In the Jury system In the State of
Japan Is re )orted to want the srince at
the St Louis exposition which Ilussia ha',
ridliinulshod. Score another point foi thc
For Today, from 2 to 5 p. m, I H
SAflPLE BELTS I
, Newest Spring Styles, Up to $1.25 Values, on j
sale Today, 2 to 5 o'clock, at ! j
Gents' Furnishing Dep't I
! ...Special... I
I THIS A7TERN00N, 2 to 5 p. m. GENTS' EINE RIBBED
UNION SUITS in out Medium Weights, sizes 34 to 4.4, regular. ,
91.25 values, for THREE HOURS ONLY nt actual cost
I FREE TO MEN SJ 1 1
ii A Book Full of Facte -About d " H
j McLaagbltas j . I
1! P For Weak Men j I
I know that no man remains a venkllng because ho wants to; I am sur JM
that you want to overcome- every Indication of early decay that has shown y
itself on you I don t think tho man liven who would not like to feel as .
big and strong as a Sandow, and I know that if you have a reasonable foim- n
da.t!on to build upon I can make you a bigger man than you ever hoped to W s
be I want you to know that, you who can't believe it; and I want you to U
have my book In which I describe how 1 learned that strensth was only elec- I
trlclty and how I learned to restore It; also I wont to tell you thc names of 2 1 1 ' IH
a some men who will tell you that when they came to me they were physical K 1 ' I IH
u wrocks and are now among tho finest specimens of physical ihanhc-od. h j j
Fillmore, Utah. Dec. U, 1203. I '
Dr. McLaughlin, 1 IH
', Dear Sir: Tour BoSt has helpdm stomach very much, my Iddncys and 4
J bladder nro ln much better condition, und the loft testlcla tliat has been so a h IH
" largo for years Is becoming more natural. I feel very much encouraged so 1 1 , IH
! far und bolleve that all your words hi regard to what the Bolt will do for f"l
me will be provon true. Tours truly,
i ALLEN RUSSELL. tf !
3 I want you to read this" book, and learn the truth. about my arguments, w
5. if you are not as vigorous as you would like to be, if you havo rheuinatlo IH
B pains, weal: ldduoys, loss of vitality, prostatic troubles, nervous spells, varl- a .1 IH
f cocclo or any aliment of that kind that weakens you, it wculd o-ssure you fu- S
ture happiness 1' you would look into thl method of mine. Don't delay it; jfl
i your best dayo aro slipping by. If you wajit thlc book I send It, closely n ;
I eeaJed, free. If you sond this ad. m
j Dr. M. T. McLaughlin, Sic",; I
I ... HAVE YOU SEEN ... I
! Our new $10 and $12 Suits, our 50c Neckwear, our
j $1 Shirts, our $1 Gloves, our 25c Hosiery?
I Well, there's a treat in store for you here. '
ROWE 8b. KELLY CO., I
1 j Ono Price Z2 Main St. Plaih Figures jl
lj Cups and Saucers, a Paint Brushes, 5e and j
CS Cups and Saucers, a Tablets, 2 for cIfe,-l H
P5jGffl set 75o Envelopes, a package.. .5c JgghJi ,
,a8R8 , , Good Pencils, 4 for . ..5cB '" rlH
Jl Mcat Ush 15c 3ox pnpcr 7et I !
Mush Bowls 7c pnncy Box Paper, 15c 'f
iii iiiii -J Toilet Set S2.35 and 25cfefci 1 1
Bread Board 35c Conto's Cotton, 6 for . 25c W WjJ '(
(tilii Coffeo Mills, 35c and.5Dc Hoso Supporters, 10c Ttffc' i i
'Wash Board 23o to 25cS-S '
Sfcra Butter Molds 15c Needles, 2 papers "ErW 'W ' 1
IrPS Towel "Rollers 15c Pearl Buttons, per doz. 5c HgsS I 1
I Flour Sifter, 15c nud.27o Tablo Tumblers, 3 for &Btaf ill
SMaMs Fiylng: Pans, 12c to. .22c . ,10c ySkJA? i
WM Bread Pans 9c Tea Set 50cP?5 il
H Knives and Forks, a Syrup Pitcher 25c aZ2J'"
'fisKda set QOc Night Lamps, 15c to. 35c fil l
Toasters, 5c to 25c Glass Lamps, 25c to. ,70c I Byjj f HI
tJ Sci-ubbing" Brushes, 5c Ladies' Hose, 10c to.. 25c a, AA
yj6to, to 18o ) Children's Hose 15c P ffi f
Hair Brushes, 15c and Good Soclt3 10cS(g 'f
QCffi 25c Bicycle Hose 20c Mh& I
Hand Brushes, 5c to. .33c Hed and Blue Hand- P"3" ( JM
toJ Stove Brushes 15c kerchiefs 5c "J (
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. fcd j
y GEO. B0 MATEER. B I
241 MAIN STREET i; H