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THE SAITliAKE TEtLBTOOS; TUESDAY MOEKHSTGr3 MilUCH 22, 1904. 5 H
I foNHORSES AND IN DIAMOND, RIM AND AiLBYS
1j SOIANUS A WINNER
ON OAKLAND TRACK
SAN KRANCISCO, 'March 21. Fuvoritefl
Jnrcd badly at Oakland today, Goianthus
hclng tho only one to land In front. Fine
j weather prevailed, but the tracl: was
The feature of the card was tho soven
furlong event for three-year-olds. Lord
adsworth opened a 9 to JO favorite, but
receded, owing to a heavy play on Solanus.
Strong support was also accorded Cele
brant, tho other starter. They were sent
awuy to a. good mart and Celebrant went
to the front. Solanus passed Lord Wads-
worth on the back 3tretch and In the last
quarter assumed command. Celebrant
nun;; on gamely and Martin waa forced to
ride hard to beat him half a length with
Solanus. The showing, of Lord Wadsworth
wan a disappointment.
Foxy Grandpa, favorite for tlm third,
h.ad poor racing luck and was ben ten by
Harbor. Buxton, on Foxy Grandpa,
claimed a foul, alleging Travcrs cut across
with Harbor onrly In the race. Tho judgo
would not allow it.
C. C. McCaffcrtv, owner of Idogo. bid up
Gateway from 5700 to ?10j0, but he was rc
taJned. First race. Futurity course, selling Quiz
1L won, niuckthorno second. Possart
1hlrd. Time, 1:15.
Second raco, six and a half furlongs,
selling GalnnthuH won. Hulford second,
R.iovcs third. Timo. 1:25.
Third raco, nix furlongs, soiling llartxir
won. Foxy Grandpa second. Jack Little
third. Time, 1-.1HV4.
Fourtli nice, one mile and nn eighth,
Eelllng Gateway won, Idogo second, Anl
nul third. Time, 2:01.
Fifth race, ono mile, pelllng Pnstin.iHtcr
won, Pelrolla. second Young Morcllo third.
Sixth raco. scvon furlongs, purse Sola-
mis won, Celebrant socond. Lord Wads-
H worth third. Time.
ik FOUR FAVORITES WON
AT ASCOT YESTERDAY
Pi LOS ANGELES. March 21. Tho talent
t 1 liart a good time at Ascot today, four fa-
U vorltes winning. "Weather fine, track
j fast. Results:
fa Flint race, nolle, selling Elle won, Lun
ar second, Liberto third. Time. l:-4.
y Second race, seven furlongs, selling
I i Landseer won. Homage second, Inns-
j bruck third. Time. 1:2U&.
Third nice, flvo furlongs, purse Golden
Rulo won. Cruzados second, Nervator
H third. Time. l:01i.
, (8 Fourth rare, mllo and a sixteenth La-
1 fj Kr won, Straggler second, Durbar third.
V Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling
hi Town Prince won, Inougurator second,
Pi klrmlsh third. Time. l:301fc.
Ps Sixth race, six furlongs, selling Best
fea an. -won, Rag Tag second, Mistletoe
fr , lrd. Time. 1:1-1
f; 1 .OS ANGELES, March 21. -Ascot Park
'nj ' tninary:
Vj 'U-Mt race, mllo sollln Ell won. Lunar
L, sond. Liberto third. Time, 1:-144.
FJ ?cond race, selling, seven furlongs
LiJsecr wen. Hem age second, Innlsbruck
( tld. Time. l:30'i.
! " llrd race, -live furlongrt Golden Hulo
i Tl' (-ruzalo:3 sccond, Nervator third.
lu'rth race, mile and sixteenth, selling
Lfor won, Stiagglcr second, Durbar
thn. Time, IMS'.!-.
I I'th nice, seven furlongs, selling
. I!rvn Prlnco won, Inaugurator second,
i ' Skhilsh third. Time. 1 ::&.
I ' J? i Stb race, six furlongs, selling Beat
I & L won. Rug Bag second, Mlstlo Tige
Vjl- ) AMUSEMENTS.
J if' 'L 1 "Waro told to believe thai "Gloeonda"
' ff1 Ml ,s iWOr,c of genius. It la a play created.
' (iff wonust undorsland. along lines of tho
Qf, i hlgjst art. It Is developed logically, so
if. i It said, and ends according to laws
IW f of fc. This may or may not bo true.
If ' I Bu while such treatment as the subject
"h I of nls drama receives may be regarded
f , ! f as dmlroblo by those who like that sort
f. t of day, wo are disposed to think that
flL IJ ma human beings who take nn Interest
U h h' In ne theatre will continue perversely to
Jil U pner plays that arc at least streaked
i'-Jk f t wh light and that offer something to
iC'il i ro.Ico over In the ending.
I J IA 'iloconda," on Its literary side, has a
H Mt'ic charm. But as a dramatic repre-
NP selallon of life It Is an exhibition of
p ' roilts of unhealthful love that strike one
E7 p 1 wo Is not a poet as being too dark a
r rf. ' 5)lturo of wickedness. But even graul-
)x 1 irr that the rondiict of the charactei-s is
( ,i i etirely natural, why put such a play on
j. I lb stage? It yuriMy teaches no lesson
'J vjrtli tho production of such a portrayal
1 f . V evil. Indtc-d, wo may say that the
V, tilof thing impixscd upon one by this
Hi Ci 1 ii'itma is that tho affection, the devotion,
U! he self-Puerillce of a wife shall go for
W'n i f taught against voluptuous enticement.
1 f , j It Is the storj of a man senred by an
' 1 1 S J erotic infatuation, who cannot be loyal
' 2C,l to his lnwful love. His wife strives to
; pf.f I save n statue carved by him and which.
cSM vi x'110 olllcr woman seeks to destroy. Tho
wife Is Injured. Her hands aro nmpu
H jC& tated. And tho husband, regardless even
57 of tHe ncw Uppeal from her crippled
L I I j inembera to his lldellly. again is falth-
JfjK less. What Is tho use of presenting such
MRd . a case of wickedness and woe?
VtIFm, "u 11 o I10t wonder that Miss Roberts Is
Mif $ml the only English-speaking actress who
m f.Tr appends In "Gloeonda," And she must
It "ir- rely bo merely experimenting with it.
V ii y Sloruovcr. It does not add anything to
i' 10r reputation as an admirable emotional
v j 1 actress. Indeed, In the scene in the
. t, I sLudlo, In which tho wlfo and tho other
1 J f woman have a duel with words, the
. fft I strongest in the play, even Miss Roberts
If If 1 Is not convincing, and people are not
Jy' much to blame for the titters that were
54 ' heard through tho work that led up to
R (i ' the exhibition of a reddened cloth about
ni-j tho hands of tho star. And this is fol-
I M lowed by tho heart-rending Inst act, In
I w which suggestions of the oiwratlng tabic
r B are aids to depression. At the verv last
1 H, comes ono of the most painful scenes
Jm of .the play. Tho child of tho couplo run3
In and. llnding her mother unable to clasp
vt$ her, brcalis Into lamentation and throws
'JBS Jier n""a about tho neck of the stricken
S! mother. As the llttlo one, OHIo Cooper
here docs one of tho best ns m-cII as one
T.i of Uio most sorrowful bits of acliug of
nfJ?H a sad night.
tyMi Tho attendanco was good. Tonight
Z'fMl "Sapho" will be given. Tomorrow "Tho
"Unwolcomc Mrs. Hatch" will w played
I afternoon and night, and Thursdav night
i "Peggy Thrift, the Country Girl.'"'
.It Murray and Mack. In tho musical
ffl comedy, "A Night on Broadway' drew
the largest houso of the season at tho
mfl Grand Theatre last evening, not excepting
! S the Fisk engagement. Although seen
mrfM bore last year, eo many new songs and
PJjl features huvo been ndded that It Is almost
vlryB like a new show. There aro no more di-
j3tM ser-clly popidar comedlami than Murray
AjrH af'1 Mack, and they aro always sure of
V a tnost heartv reception In Salt Lake. "A
-H Night on Broadway" la one of tlie.
JM catchiest of tho nuislcal comedies; the
l chorus girls this year arc an exceptlou-
I Wl ally good-looking lot, who can alng sis
k. 4 well ns appear to ndvantage in tho pretty
k M gowns with wiilch they aro supplied. Of
L jm the new features, tho pn'ttlest aro tho
H Navajo Fong and drill by Edward Pow-
n ers and chorua, and "Under a Panama "
BBH by Mlas Beck and chorus. The "Confetti
BjVASfl Marclt" ir,ado the greatest hit of tho
flKflPj 'ivenlug, the audience demanding at least
'T r&J hair a dozen curtain calls. Of the old
fy vS features, tho boxing contest between,
1 frfl ?SuFiily a,nd.. lack Provoked tho most
y Ir lauLtitor If It woro nosslblo to tell which
f ' iimujtcd most an audience that oat seem-
5M l'eW" convulsed throughout an evening.
. ' Murray and Mack will bo the attraction
Jf-M tonight, tomorrow night and for tho
,? yilM Velneaday matlneo, and thoso who rnlaa
v tcflH 1Lw,,l ml?s onc Mt llle vci'y best shows
l :3B offered Ihla etaar-
HEADED FOR UTAH
Some of. the Top-Notchers Among: the
Little Fighters to Be Seen in
the local Ring.
"Battling" Nelson and his trainer, Ted
Murphy, will arrive In Salt Lake tills
morning to preparo for the light that is
scheduled to ba pulled off between Nelson
and "Spider" "Welsh at tho Salt Palaco
theater April 5lh. Welsh and his backers
aro expected to arrive from San Francis
co in n few days, lie will bo trained for
tho fight by Sammy McCllntock. who 13
one of the recognized lighting authorities
of tho Pnclllc coast.
These men will light under the auspices
of the Shamrock club at 133 pounds, and
a porfoct little whirlwind of a light Is
lookiKl for by those who keep well posted
on lighters of the country. Each of the
boys expect to take a try for Young;
Corbelfs scalp within tho present year.
AVIllard Bean will referee "tho Nelson
S. J. Kelly, the manager of the Sham
rock club, announces that he has suc
ceeded In arranging a match between Abo
Attcll of San Francisco and Johnnie Re
gan of St. Louis for this city for Julj'
A match is also partially arranged for
Salt Lako between Jerry McCarthy and
W. J. Otts. the trainer of Young Corbott
If this light is nulled off tho Salt Lake
sportsmen will nave an opportunity of
teeing Young Corbelt as he will bo In the
corner for Otts. An effort will also bo
mudo to mntch the champion against the
winner of the Nelson-Welsh fight.
GOSSIP OF THE DIAMOND.
There was a large kick registered in Spo
kane last week when It was given out un
officially that Uwney Patton would not bo
appointed by President Lucas us official
scorer for this season Thcro was much
indignant remark among the fans, who de
clare that Lucas Is making himself un
popular with the players und fans by re
moving a man who has been about the
only accurate scorer In the league for two
years past. Just who will bo appointed la
not given out ofllclally, but It Is not the
Incoming scorer who in being considered
at this time. It Is moro because tho ono
competent man with tln book has been
Owney Patton. popular alike with the pub
lic and the pluers.
Umpire Harry Colgan will not open with
tho Paciilc Coast league, as contracted for.
The man with th Indicator Is seriously 111
at his homo In Homestead. Pa., and his
doctor says he will not be able to get out
befcro April 15th. and possibly not then.
Prosldent Bert offered Colgan's contract to
Jack McCarthy, but the latter had already
signed with President Lucas- In tho Pacific
National and wus obliged to refuso an ad
vatice. It was because of this deficiency
that Bort asked Lucas to loan him McCar
, thy to open with. Bert Is dickering tvith.
Jack Bronnan of St. Louis to lake Colgan's
"Word comes from Houston, Tex., that
Pete Dowllng. tho star Butte pitcher, has
suddenly become mentally unbalanced.
Pete was signed for St. Louis and about a
week ago left for tho Texas town to prac
tice with the Cardinals. He has been sent
back to his home in Bismarck, Mo.
McC'loskoysnys that the Boife team will
report for practice on March 2Sth. and will
do their spring training right In Boise.
The grounds will b ready for the team by
that time. MCloskoy expects to make up
two teams out of the regular team and a
number of players around Boise and play
a series of games before the season opens.
BUDDY RYAN BEATS
O'KEEEE IN SIX ROUNDS
CHICAGO. March 2J. Buddy Ryan wns
given the decision over Jack O'Keofe after
six rounds of lighting tonight. O'Kcofo
appeared to have a slight advanlago dur
ing the first five rounds, but In the last
round he went to pieces and Ryan secured
such a lead that he was given tho decision.
Peri'y Quecnan Coming-.
Perry Quoiman, who Is lo meet Jack
Clifford In this city April ISth, left Sattlo
for Salt Lako last night with his trainer.
He will arrive here Wednesday and will
begin training at once Xor his light. Clif
ford Is already training in this city.
Ten Rounds to a Draw.
PEORIA. 111.. March 21.-Austln Rice and
Clarence Forbes fought ten rounds to a.
draw before the Riverside Athlotlc club ot'
this city tonight. Rice had the advantage
from start to finish and Forbes was grog
gy In the ninth and tenth rounds.
MAKING READY FOR
ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION
The following is a suggestive pro
gramme arranged by Stato Superintend
ent of Schools A. C. Nelson to be given In
tho schools of tho State on Arbor day,
Friday, v April 13th: ,
Song By the school
Reading tho Governor's Proclamation.
Song By tho school
Reading the Stato Superintendent's letter
to tho school children.
Address. "The History and Proper Ob
servance Of Arbor Day."
Song. "Woodman. Spare that Trco."
Essay, "Description of tho Forest Trees
Quotations by the children appropriate to
How to preserve our trees.
Recitation. "When the Green Gets
Back on tho Trees" Riley
Patriotic song by tho school.
Address, "Schoolgrounds How to Im
Recitation. "Lost Three Llttlo Bobbins "
Short address by a member of tho School
The planting of trees
I F0J.LA.RO I
Q&utti brand I
M QUARTER EACH, QUARTER SIZES I
CLUETT, PEABODY L CO. H
j 1UKCAI OF CLUCTT AMD MONARCH 4HJRTQ HI
SALT LAKE TURF
California tnd Eastern Races
EMERY COUNTY FULL
OF GOOD PLAYERS
TVhile tho big chiefs of tho baseball
tribe in Zlon arc putting up the largo talk
and malting most elaborate forecasts of
what they will do when they get good and
ready, tho real ihlng is In progress in
many of tho outlying counties, and tho
fans aro getting a good long run for their
money. Down In Emory no less than six
teams aro going full tilt, and scores rang
ing from H to -10 aro bolng mado dally.
Last week Orangevlllo almost shut out
Sunnysldo. "While tho strikers weren't
feeling at their best," observes tho Prog
ro.??' 10 a change of water and
other drinks, yet no merit should be de
tracted from tho Orangevlllo bovs on this
account, becauso they played "llrsl-class
ball, notwithstanding some of them
yc-irs " the sphcre for aevral
There Is a suggestion In the above for
GImlln. What's the use of chasing all
ever the country for players when Emery
county s so closo at hand with first
class players who haven't handled a
sphere for years?
SIGNAL CORPS WINS
OVER COMPANY D
The feature of the gamo of Indoor base
ball last night was a triple play. With
no one out, a runner on flrat and second, j
a lly was hit to Afford, who threw the
ball to Ball at second, then Ball threw
to Skldmore at tlrst, retiring both run
ners and the batter, putting tho side out
Walsh struck out several men.
Signal Crops. Co. D.
&a"V c Evans
?lsh P Naylor
Skldmore lb Sezlse
Ball... :2b Eastmnn
Alford . !tt Wlscomb
Thompson s.s Banbrldgo
Manning c.f Bcllcmero
gounio r.f Shafor
Bcro i.f Buckholt
Company D 1 0001000 1 .1
Signal Corps .1 1 1 3 t5 2 2 3 21
Thursday, Company H vs. Signal Corps.
Signal Corps r 0 1.000
Company D 1, 5 10;
Troop 0 1 .000
K. 0. B. BALL TOSSERS
HURL OUT A CHALLENGE
The K. O. B. colored baseball team has
sent a challenge to tho Castllla Springs
team to meet them on the diamond at
Fort Douglas next Sunday afternoon. Tho
K. O. B. battery Is from Denver and
great things are expected of it. For tho
balonco of the team they have picked
from all Utah, and will have a strong ag
gregation of ball players whon thoy get
Into conditions. Thomas Gunn, tho man
ager qf tho Castllla team says If he de
cides to play the K. O. B.'s at all Sundav
It will bo simply a practice game and will
not figure In tjic championship games ot
tho year. Ho says he has not picked all
his men yet, but Is confident ho will havo
tho best amateur team In Utah when they
work Into shape for regular work.
BROOKLYN RELEASES TO
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
NEW YORK. March IM.-Tho following
releases wore today made by the Brooklyn
National league baseball club to tho Pa
cific Coast League In compliance with tho
agreement mado by representatives of the
National and American leagues, the Na
tional Association of Professional Baseball
leagues and tho Pacific Coast leaguo;
Biioa& and Disorders
Sick Headache and Constipation
They cure Giddiness, Fullness and Swelling after meals. Dizziness and Drowsiness,
Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appelilc, Shortness of Breath, Oosttveness,
Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervousand Tremb
ling Sensations, etc. The First Dose will give relief in twenty minutes. This is no
fiction. For a Weak Stomach, Disordered Liver and Impaired Digestion
they act like "Magic". Every sufferer is earnestly iDvitcd to try a Box of these Pills,
and they will be acknowledged to be WITHOUT A RIVAL.
BEECHAM'S PILLS taken as directed, will quickly res tore females to complete
health. They promptly remove any obstruction or irregularity of the system.
U. S. A. Depot, 365 Canal St., New York. In boxes, 10c. and 25c.
I DOCTOR COOK CURr" j
I Prostatic Troubles 35r. Nervous Debility K
K permanently cured, no n
1 matter how Ions rtand- &re5L Ouras qulok and radical
I lncr the dl&ooae. In from tia fc In 20 to CO days, br my I
a S to CO days. lay own famous method. Q
I Stricture jjsj M Qm Varicocele
! ' SutcutUngC pn"' KJS M I vl Completely nd P&raa-
I ... r SC5 aymptomo noon dla&VpaJJ V
B Washing Weakness l'V jBt complotoly and foraverj g
I Tlmo of cure. 10 to M yjNvTtfHftb ll. lfl Bnf0' J?allUoiLB g
I days, by my orlfllnal, WSl ( MmSl bloaalens. An absohit
I very simple romody yyywtfftJ 2 mKPml oure cuaranteca.
1 (used 4xclualvely by mVtiSmQ n ffi
Q mo). ' flffiiWR Blood Polsan
I Private Diseases Every vtatigo of poiron
cured In 3 to 10 daya, 1 romovnd from system
I without tha uod of pot- -rdthout aid of meroury fl
eonous drugs. or potash. H
I Conourtatlon !s free and tnvlted, tmA In consultlnB' mo you may bi nur R
c that nothing that sclenc can dovuio or eklll perfect has been left unflen B
fl to afford you a Bpeeay, safe and penninor.i cura.
B WRITE ma In full confidence, o xpiainin your troubles ob the- appear to j
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I COOK MEDICAL SO., nfourmS1
Philip XiHleau. T. A. Flood. B. J. Newton.
H. M. Schmidt :ind Jamca Hughes. j
Hart Failed to Appear.
PlflLADELPHLN, March 21. Marvin
I-lart failed to put In an appearance at tho
LsnDx Athlotlc club for his nix-round bout
with Ous Ruhlin, arranged for tonight.
The club officials, not having heard from
Hart, returned the monoy to thoso who
had purchased tlckots In advajicc. Ruhlin
.Tacit McCormick, the mlsslnp pugilist's
j manager, was present and declared ho
could not aecount for Hart's absence.
MORE ROOM NEEDED
FOR PUBLIC LIBRARY
Owing to tho crowded condition of tho
free public library It haa been found
necessary to utilize tho room heretofore
occupied by the Board of Public "Work.
Land 1 and "Water Commissioner and.
Plumbing Inspector. The room was va
cated yesterday and hereafter the clerk
of tho Board of Public Works will havo
Mb desk in tho room used by tho clerk
of the City court; tho Land and "Water
Commissioner and the Plumbing- Inspector
will have desks In tho office of tho Board
of Health. It Is thought that the Juvenile. ,
department of the. library will bo moved j
down stairs, but this Is a matter for tho
library board to decide at Its next meet
ing on April 12th. s
I THAT FIT ANY
j 61-63-65 Main Street.
For One flour, Commencing at 2 p. m.
TEA GOWNS The Bell Will Tap TORCHON LACES
Ladles' Tea Gowns, all sIzl-s, assorted OF1 the
colors, some very pretty things with Wash torchon lacca in widths from 21-'.
ac?uriCK Cao Following: Sacrifices: 3 Indies, they sell up to asc yard",
choice, one the'limit $2. 9 Poan hour.
MOLINES COMBS SILK PEON VELVETS
All colors. We have a very large line , h . r u .
of these coods that the Law Hnnw A line-of the fine quality comby In rub- . , i
sole! I ai Mc yard Two yards the 11m- and tortoise shell, richly mounted They are not only good for tn.mulng
it for the hour A m coin sliver and quadruple gold plate, but they make elegant waists, ami at
H Sro.eS ateach:1" ShM t0
one only, for the hour OQf 51.50 quality, colored, and ARrf
SILK VEST CHIFFONS
A line of silk Jersey undervesls that TOOTH POWDER
have become slightly soiled while be- Mousseline de Louis and Liberty silks,
ing displayed in window and store fix- a very attractive line of these goods. Calder's Tooth powder ono of Lho moi
tures, selling price from $1.50 to $2.75 They sell at 75c and SI 50 yari. Sac- justly celebrated brands- known to the
each, limit you to n((t I'Mcing them for an hour ,n public, l'5c regular, onlv
0. each Jyr at, yard S9r I one to a customer, bottle.... 9y
: : ...BOOKS... .
We have about two hundred books, embodying the works of standard and famous
authors. They are handsomely bound in cloth and old and have been put on the
bargain counter as cheap at 35c and 50c. r
Limit, two to a customer at, each,,. Z1C
One yard wide, in plain and figured, unsurpassed values at 15c. o
Ten yards to a customer at,. yard...
We have a large stock of rich and beautiful laces, selling up to $10.00 a yard.
You will be astonished at the terrific slaughter we have subjected the prices to.
LACE HOUSE BANKRUPT STOCK
.. v Wfl, BARTLINQ, Proprietor
I ONE. PRICE TO ALL NEVERUNDER50LD 1 ' l
MBte TODAY I I
S 'Mw ur P"n9 Showing of j H
h lplllP SEHOTIFDL1 I
j . K'W MILLINERY
1 JKksffryC CAPTIVATING CREATIONS. KX- U
t -V&iCi - PONENTS OF" THE T.OFTEEST CON- U
K fS CEPTION3 IN UL"LINERT GRACE
jS ' p' AND BEAT3TT. 0
i" zJ$-lS' "'e announce tis exhibit ns being i
v) f f ,jf decidedly Lho moat attractive tvo have fc
C C ver Presented. Not a style approved j
it ) by tho highest court of fashion, but J
c hao Its. counterpart in thla magnlficenl m IH
gathering. There arc m IH
! PATTERN HftTS I
In aU their airy gracefulness perfect viBions of esclust-e daintiness. 1 IH
OOR OWN P'RODUeTIOMS I I
J Charming duplicates, modifications and nrfioxes of the .favorite Parisian. Jj ,
1 modeu, and dilllcult to distinguish frorn the orlginala. I Sl
For misses and children, in extremclj becoming effects, irresistible in
Btylo and price. No special invitations. All invltod. g
MJ Dinner plates. .8 and 10c Slates .-. .5 to 10c LCiM '1
.-ezs&l'i Cups and saucers, a Wire halt brushes jfS
set 50c 10 to 25o LJ
1 Vogetablo dishes .... 14c Stove brushes. 15 and. 20c f il
pS3 Meat platters 10c Shoe brushos. . .15 to 35c S"
i" Wbit6 sauce dishes Scrub brushes 5 to 343c
6 for 25c Whisk brooms. .10 to 25c KtfPg
rx Beauty pins 5c Thread, 2 spools 5c g9?A
Fancy hat pins . .5 to 20c linen thread .5c mCI
R9HJ Shirt -waist sets. .5 to 35c Bone buttons, 2 doz. . .5c SgrH
Iioose beads, a box. .-.5c Needles, 2 pkgs 5c H Wi
AteJtgSji Belt buckJe sets 35c Pins, 3 pkgs 5c il
Whetstones 15c Tin cups, 2 for 5c EPfcffi
lfl Padlocks 5 to 17c Pie plates 3 to 5c ljgj!
fcz?!L H Child's garden sets J,oa Pans 9 and 10a fffcjl I
g-sl 15 to 25c Tin wash basins. 6 to 12c
HHj Saws 15 to 65o Steamers .... 27 and 32c J fM
Block planes 30c Chopping- bowls. IW IH
Note books 5c 17 and 33c WVcJ
Writing- paper, a box Salt boxes 15c ?!!
j 7 to 35c "Wash boards. . .17 to 35c LTt ll
Ordor books . . . .5 to 13c Spice cabinets . 85 and 92c P"!
nJ Envelopes, a package. .5c Butter molds. .. 15 to 30c m '
I'M See the Latest Fads in Jewelry.
Qeo. D. Mateer, 241 Main I
l Wc cordially Invite every one to visit our shop this week, as our
line is complete In every Department. g
We take pleasure in showing the latest creations In PARIS GOWNS, U
I HATS, WRAPS, TAILOR-ilADE SUITS, SHIRT-WAIST SUITS, I
j FRENCH WAISTS and high-class Tosgery. 1
The Ladies will receive SPECIAL ATTENTION when they visit our jg
shop; they are shown by COMPETENT SALESPEOPLE who under- ffl
stand every detail or art in Dressing from our Hosiery Department to 1
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