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FOR CHAMPIONSHIP !
OF niUIIG FLEET
Football Elevens t( YetiroM tid
Kansas Meet ft Fort Mon?
SUCH MQN:Y WAGERED OH GAME.
Tare From Respective Ships Will Be
On Hand With Brass Bands to Play
an Important Port In the Contested.
Army and Navy Officers Expected
to Tu n Out.
Itaving defeated the team of all the
other shljKt of the Hoot, the football
eleven of the battleship Vermont and
Kansas win batjb! lot the chahiplpn
Bhlp 0( the AUsilUe ncol on the Fort I
Monroe gridiron at 2:30 o'clock Sat?
This will he the greatest football
since lite battle between tin team pt
the battleship Mlssurl und Iowa for
the Atlantic thet chump kinship In 190S
Several thousand people probably will
1300 the ganiu aud It la expected thai
the occurs of the fleet and or Fort
Monroe win he on bund.
One ot the tctiihroe of the match ?
will he the demdust.rution by the sail-1
or* of the rival shtys. Headed by their
respective bands. Iho t.'ir.j will march
front Iho Old Point wharf to the Fort
and lineup around the Held. Bvor.v
tar will ho armed with some hind of
n noise making machine.
The snltlors cf all the i-hlps have
made msh> waiters on the outcome of
the game and It Is 'indCrstobd that
the crewn of the Kansas and Ver?
mont have rallied several thousand
dollar* to waiur mi their elevens.
Since the wiuvhlp:; began assemb?
ling at OM Point top day (igrj tho
teams of the ships have played many
games .at Foil Monroe In the tourna?
ment for Hie Heel championship. Yes?
terday the oleyen of iho Knnsas wal?
loped tin* Kentucky team anil Iho Vot
mont'ji warriors defeated, tho plnnyory
from the \h:ban;a. Both of the games
were fast! and Intonating and the
largo crowd that gnthenou around Ihn i
Fort field grew \t ry enthusla tie ;tt
THE MtlESTORsTwicn 0 \
BY S?ECMLGRi\;\D WRY
CC'tton Brokers in Norfolk Accused of
3wlntilin? Norfolk Banks Out
(By Associated i'iess) i
NORFOLK, va., Dec. ll ~ Pcler a.
und Alex M. Ageleato, prominent cot?
ton brokers, were today ludlcicd on
three counts by ;) si..vial ,.,rand Jury
in ;h.' Corporation Court, charging
gland larceny In that they arc al?
leged to have soc'.m-od motley f, .m
three local banks oh colon warohous
rccuipl ? covering B.OO? bales or cot
ton not in existence;
P. tor A. A'goleslo was balled in the
l.lini of $101*00. Ab-s M. Ar.. I,.st . ll
In NOw York, but It If understood
that he will Immediately retrin nho
give '.oad. !
The )mount alleged !o be Involved
In the Ihrec Cttso.i Is $2$0,000.
'Ihe mines of the banks Bald to
have been victimised wore: Norfolk
National Hank. Clt Wens' Bunk ami
Vjigluniu ?nvlpgn and Trust Company
Postpoucc' Oivc More.
Another |m fi" ctllhl nttmtpl to :. !i
tho plant ? Putney She.- Manu?
facturing \ ntpiny was innrio by Ihu
There win uo bldderu for the prop?
erty. The company's stock wni soil
to llio Craddook-Tcrry SJnoe Company
for $2,000. i
Bartenders' Offlci r
pK?) Chai Vi No. ': '.!, Bartend?
ers' International league, baa >.ejt
ed dfflcers for the ensuing yen- inj
follows: President.';?. P. IYaley;
retaryv.K. c. Koesccj RnatieJal sccru-i
< iry, J*r.-,| S.<-,..,tt; treasurer. Hi.:'.'
Mit. <?; ..:; Inside, guard. Benjamin
Jener.; chaplain, j: T. Froluunn.
A parly of CitcriopoakO (ft Ohio
railv iv officials; Including n.onerai
Manager C. E. OoylQ ,.a i Snpeiln
?'.<nd?:nt .f. W. Knapp arrived in the
e|t\- yesterday morning at llttT>!
o'clock en a sp-r'al ivnlii. Atter id
ppecUhg the terminal property, thw
officials'returned to lltol'r iraitt i=i"t!
l.Mt for itlcntii'cmd " -?''lock.
Newport New.-. Aerie. No. f>D9; F. O.
HAglcS, will eel, hrale the fourth an
t'M'i-.iry of Its ?rg?nWatlau at Oic!
Homo an Huntlngtcn svenre tpnioVi
row oVeulng. An elaborate progriiip
bau b'-tii arranged for the octvjs'.oh I
by ihe entertainment coihtnKee. |
FineTl ;i7d XTilc<!.
In the police court yostiirdny a
negro wcnlnn named Mary Cham?
bers was Paicd $ht) and toals for tell?
ing cocihie. The v.-rtnan waG iraablu
lo pay the fltio :iud went to jail.
Aro yon looWtig fcr a sound, seem
rd (ntn-Speculnfivej Investment? Sec
"Williamson." Uroru P. Citizens and
Mnriuo Bank Building, Newport Ncwn,
You Have the $1.00;
We the Batiks.
Take a look at our win?
dow. A Christmas pres?
ent that costs nothing
and one which causes
you to save money, in?
stead ol spending all
A Wlac parent will ilepoult one doi
Inr ? r mini' for oncji member of Iii?
or her family, or suis that ilioy do and
encourage saying In this wa>.
l?vory dollar draws l por cent
Don't fall to boo nr. Immediately
after reading this and sot a hank
and a Pank l>ook, open an account
with ono dollar or more and continue
to Bavo; and you will not regret it.
DANKING, INSURANCE. REAL. ES- j
2711 Waehington Avenue.
r u tre oTrtTtrjno
I Social-Personal 1
JULE AJLSJLI .0. ZSJUULSLSlSLSlSLSyLSlJUtJ.
Mr.:. Mary Dornum Wilson wllllonvo
this morning for Richmond, where she
will rpend several weeks with her
son; Mr. John Wllleon, before going
to Petersburg In spond the remainder |
id the wlnlor with her dntighter, Mr:.
Preston U Roper.
Mrs. Saxon W. Holl will entertain
the Fortnightly Whist club this even-1
ing a' her home bit West avenue. J
Colonel Samuel Hodges and family
have in no to Norfolk jo make their
The Misses Henley have returned
from a \ Islt to Willhtmsburg.
Miss Adelaide Lapsloy will entertain
at cards thla evening at her home.
L"Jo Thli ty-third street.
Miss Helen itul'bnrd. of Brie, Pa., Is
spending s< veml weeks with her
brothers; in this city.
Mlsr. IlilUuh t'larl; has i turned to
hot home in Atlanta, (la., after a vlalt
to relative;! In this city.
Miss Grace Powell, ef ilaltltuorc. i."
the ?ue.t or friends In Ulis eil?.
Mr. rml Mrs. tloorge It. Donnol
Iv. .f Lackey, V.'.. ire visiting friends
Mini Mnrsant Plctcher. of P.eder
Ickesburg, Is Hid guoid of Mi.-. .1. C.
Bowman, on Thlriy-sbcond street.
Mr. A. 13. rancher, formerly of this
city, hm now located .st ?yaier Kolnl.
watt In the city yesterday.
Virginia, the little daughter of Mr'
D. It McNeill. <-? Ill at the homo 61
her pdrcujh in Past Knd.
Mr. Nathaniel Ra.Mlcid. an aged :c
shlenl ef Kast Knd, who was painfully I
Injured Boyoral dava ago by belngi
knocked to Hie pavement by some t
hovs playing on the ft reef. Is Imprbv-1
Mr. y It itra*,; hi;, returned frdi
a virli to his liaroe at Gordonsvlllc,
Mrs. .". Kennedy Croc? u roeupi
ntlng nfter a severe alack ef grlpi]
which confined her to in r home
We t avenue for two weeks.
Flo-:' F:r Disorder. Conduct.
V. A. Humphrey nnd FlUhugb
Jolt, young/While pien, were Rncct ]
$L!.5fi and *.\">o, respectively, bj Jus
Mho Drown In tho police court yes
t rd-i;. morning tot, disorderly ebii;
duct. Tin ybtiiig to-': were irrosle't]
by Sergeant Mi'dull. Tuesday c\ h?
lug for swearing and raising a dir
lurbancc lit lb'' lobby of the Acadetn-.
Two Loss Lives in Fir.-.
I jiy Kk oqiated Pr< i s
K1.INS. V. VA.. Dec. l|- n.? intlay
I't'strbycd the Hiking hotel, j'jr.islns
tlootits an;'. pfo)iabl.\ fatal bun.
In a third inn >n. The dead ?'; : Mo.
j man !?";.?. n M. burned fd death In hotel,
j Snffordi died after being taken 'o lb'
hospital. The yiaino of the third vic?
tim \y * pot b. i;? IthrnVtl.
Oadly Mixed Dp.
Abraham Ilroirn. of Winterten. N.
?v./hsd a very remarkable experience:
lio pr.yn: "Doctors pot badly raixoaj
|.up over m<<: etc said heart dlscofc:
two carted It kidney Irotiblo; tho
I fourth Mood poison, and the fifth
j stbmapk ?nd liver trouble; but none
i of tho?, helped me: eo my wife ad?
vised l?1ng ClectUc Bitters, which
arc nstorltip me to perfect health
j tme bottle did nti! nioro pood than
>aJl 'h? five doctots proscribed.' Ouar
j nntecd tor Mood poison, woakncufc
and all stomach, liver and V.Iduer
cotaplftloi?, Lyali drugglula, noc
FLEETS WAITS FOR
All Slx'oen Battleships are Now
Tugging at itislr Anchors
In the (loads.
j FINISH IAP6:?P?i.i:5 S?T?R??Y
Mcst nf the Vesrelc Arr Ready Fti
Start, But the M'tinceota, Kentucky
nnd One or Two of the Others
That C.arnc In L.atc Arc Still Load
ion Ammunition and Provisions.
\\ .iii hut Hve ilays rcmaluhig before
President Itomcyelt will glvo tho
signal for ih'- cotiilnenceiucn of (lie
long heralded aud much dlacur-.-d
Pa ; I lie cruise, all of (ho IC majestic
battleships or Rear Admiral Ro'iley
IV Kraus' Atlantie Heel arr how mg
ging at their anchor.. In I lamp ton
Heads. The last of the great armor
elads to reach (he rendezvous was the
10,000 ton battleship Minnesota, which
anhed In the Heads yesterday niorn
iiiK from the N'ew York navy yard 1
and took ni? In r position at the head
? f the third division of tue fleet. j
Much work remains to be done be?
fore th<- vessels weigh anchor Monday'
morning nnd during the remainder ol
Ho week OtyiV Will bo hustle and,
hur-:lc oil shipboard. Hundreds of]
blue eotited Inrs are worklug llko'
beavers preparing tho shlikt for Iho
Inspection by President ItooHovelt.
When this work is completed, Hear
Admiral Kvnns will visit each ship
to m-e lit it everything is in prime
order and condition.
Loading Provisions And Coal.
The loading of nmmtiultton, coal
and supplies is going steadily ahead
and already several oT tho vessels
hive about finished taking supplies.
The Minnesota. Kentucky and sev?
eral of the other vessels, however, !
will u'?- finish b-'fore Saturday tuora
One or the most Interesting fea?
tures of the lln:<I preparations Is the
installation of wireless leiepliqncs
and telegraph oh lite ships. Klght ,
of (he vessels have been equipped
with tho wireless telephones and (he
tests of the now Instruments have
proven highly satisfactory, brent In?
terest Is felt in tho work by tin
naval officers, as the system 61
talking from one stun to another .>>?]
telephone at sen over the wide ex-l
pans,- <>r water, is something out ire-1
ly new In naval history.
Tho mnrlUe officers op. the ships],
ot ib.. Heet are having eonaldernbler
trouble with the ijo'w recruits that ,
have b.eti taken aboard and It Is,
pnhable that mos( of the marines
will be given Bhoro drill the lallori
pal of tills week. !
A largo number of recruits Joined
Iho vessels at the Brooklyn navy ynird
and mn'-iy inoro have joined the ships i
in the I toads. Twenty-sis men whoI
luiS'e bevor boon to sen huve- b< cn j
FMlt aboard the IkJulsLviia anil will
b.) transferred to llih Hillippiucsfroml
Ban ffrniiclscd liest soring. Tho ut?
ile, ;s at-- ntitlclpaiiug considerable
trouble w'th the new snil?r-soldii ri
during the cruise as all of I belli pruh
n'nly will bo laid up with senuickni .r.
off and on during tho btjllrd j?urh?y?l
In spite, of the grcnl bustle on
thluhaortj, officers ami men alike
find time to rpend .1 lew hour.-, ashore!
i neh. Tho families or many of the
officers are stopping at the Chamber
lln Hotel and every evening "llio ho?
tel 1, crowded with gold-braided oK.
flcei'ij and beautlfiill: dres.ied womeii.jj
Electric Locmnative's Faot Time.
CLAYTON. N. J? H-c. 11 --The no
hp! for eleoirfe lejcpmpllvos was at?
tain' d b' le today In ilio loa'.u bell)!;
iitudo b - (im Pembylvaiilti raiiro?d
cosm ony. T:-e iirctrii- etivtlne xo.
029 ball tiu'.u?; 1.1 the New Yerk, New
Haven Hiiriford ralitoudaijiid jcn>>frii
- (he Jsmen'.owu l-;\po itbm en;:'to.
nnidi) -i fr e 'aai ,,\, r 1(2 di?l?'*i an
bear. The locomotive vreiga 1 ?1 00 j
Would Be Alternate.
M .Vliap u .tohJit Hilft < litf. ,
'1' I ? chndiiliito for tho ihjmIIoii ef.i
allerniilo frotu tin- Kir i Virginia Con-?]
gret.-s'.onnl Clhlrlcl to (ho Doniocratlri 1
I national cotiTcntiou; l| is gcne*ally 1
mulersood tit.it Hon. w A. Jonon ''
Congressman from this district will
? " ? e? legate.
\ largo iinipbor Of witnrt. ea have.!
j been summciied t<> (ertlfy In the oas
? ??:' f.onofa Hill, a fourteen year cud |
I necro girl v ho hi charged with felon? I
loiisly assaulting liogi'o" named W;.l-!
1 lor rxiwrenco. Tin- raise was taken up
tyesto'dsy, hul after certain dcvolop
nvul' .1 ''ro li-.wii tie .5 I ?., <?? -
Haue P. until todnv.
Nature alwaxs wania you If -our
bowels -j o clogged < r inflamed?hetd
tills. Take Hoillater'a Hcv-ky Moor.,
tain Tea. H vi-lleves all congestion
dhd tcsfores natural digeatlpn. :
emls. Tea 01 Tabb.la.
J. C. OOll'JUCH ? CO.
NATIONAL LEAGUE MOGULS
DISCUSES PROPOSEO RULES
Proposition Mad* Th-it All Drafted
Players Be Rca.irded A6 Pur
(Bv Associated Prosal
NEW YORK, !>? C 11-11 irry C.
Pallium wo; re-elected president otl
ilia S'a/.lonel 1/ tun?1 today fur the
sixth time by Hie members of that |
league in session hero for their fall
Secretary Joint llo.rdlor whs nn
opposdly rn-elebted na wan the old
board <if dlreo orH. Mux Fleisch-:
mann of Cliic'nunti. brought up the
Question of playing the pitcher's |k>k |
on n levol with the diamond. Thor" J
was a general discussion, hit) iio nc
lion whs taken, A proposal that the]
nutnber of pitched bhlls ia a btttr-i
be reduced front four to three was
There were advocate* for and
against the change and the uubstlon
?""as left to bo deeided later. The
prcsldcul recommended to the nation?
al committee thai players drafli i
from minor leagues bo treated as
should the national comm!ssli>n
adopt tho recommendation, which la
In the nature of a reform and Is ilisv
signed to do away with the practice
of ''cbvorlng by draft." waivers will
linv?> to be sought rroin eluba oi
bulb :ho NttLimtil and the Anicncuii
Lcngutia before drafted ptayora can
bo ti (tirnod ' " '-'"'"? 1 "r
GOVERNOR M\Y CAIL OUT
MILITIA IN KENTUCKY
New Governo Determines to SupprcsE.
"Nlflht Riders" if it Tnkcc Uni?
ted States Troops.
LEXINGTON. KY. 11 EC. II.?Gov?
ernor Augustus H, Wilson, who was
Inaugurated at Praiikfnrl yostetday
has taken Immediate steps toward
the snnnrop-li n of lawlessness In
Kentliekv. 0:i'li|ltt InlO COUn?ol 'ho
new Attorney Ooiioral, James Drealll
llo; Drleadler General Row Williams
aiul Adjutant General lAwroiice, he
(Old 'them thai the mob sn'ilt In Kc:i
tncky must he broken without delay;
He said It must he dime ff it took Ihe
lii)Med Btates troops. Attorney Gene?
ral itreahlto is front Christian cotin
ey, where at Hopklnsvlllc several to?
bacco warehouses were bu'ned Fri
day nb;ht, and said the popple there
would welcome martial law. He said
the peonlo are so Incensed til the Td
I'tcco Trust that the officers of ihe
county dare not attempt an liu-f-r
ence. Governor Wilson save Initnedl
ae Instructions I'm- the soldiers t'
take command at (ho first stciis ot
trouble. iind unless' all signs tail, thov
W.i 11 be point! four companies of SliiP
I'etlllla Iii the n-ld to guard a sains*
ittphl rattlers Iturkln of is hours.
FINDS KETTLE FULL OF GOLD.
Long-bu<icd Treaciire Turned up by
New Owner cf Farm.
N'KW MILLPORD CONN; DEC I
Three thousand dollars lit $20 gold
pieces bas been found by T. J Jone?
on his farm in the Mcrtiall district,
nolle he was digging a trench.
V.r. Jones was formerly a New
York business man and al"iii a vear
ittro i nui bt the fawn from E<"/;sr Pect.
The poll) Was III a lea kettle, which.
from Its npiwnfnnce. had been in the
(.'found for many years.
LIFE SENTENCE FOR BURGLAR.
New Law Makes a Fourth Convection
Carrying That Penalty.
WHITE PLAINS. N. Y . DEC. I.?
James Murray, a burglar. rcceiiMv eon
vlcled f"r the ilftii time, who wan
sentenced to Shirr Slog for eighteen
month.. w|l| lie brought lucH to While
PIAlnS within a few days and :-.v:i
I tcnecd to prison for Ufo. I
A new law makes the futrth c?n- j
vlctldn for burglary n lifo ccutcucc. I
Dr. William K. Wood of Berkley Dead.
..oKKCI.K. VAi. 1 ?!?'.?'. 11.?Dr. Wil?
liam K. Wood, on.' of Hie most ptotnr
Inbrij ph> .-Jcluns In lii'Ckl.v ward, died
'today In Itlailtouie, III chestnut siroct.
after a lingering iinoss.
j Dr. Wood was torniurly health offi?
cer of itorkli'v. He was a fifltlre of
Kiir.nboth City, N. C.
In llto Corpo atlon Court today and
tomorrow Judge Durham -.\iil devote
Iii? time to the trial of misdemeanor,
rtis'v: appealed from tho polled court.
Half a d07.cn caeca will b<> dlspasod
of each ilay.
Lost Valuable Jewels.
Mrs? J. I'. Drpulllnrd, who is stop-I
piug with her husband at the Cham-!
I?.irlin hot.d. Old I'oml, has reported
i<> ttie local police depn'tment thai
site lost three valuable -trinns of
pearls In o) near this city Tuesday af
letiioon when she eame hi re to vlslr
the shipyard. Fach string Is wild Id
OCUtaln about ninety pee ..i and ttie
tine., are said to be worth a small for?
tune. A reward In offeed for lite
loil< ; and the police authorities arc
working illllgenlly on tho case, j
Si.ej.loji KitOKcr mid .'-iocs A'exrin
dria, aped nine and seventeen years,
resj.lively, and both native West In?
dians, were handed over to Captain J.
K. Williams, the immigration inspector
by the skipper of the llrlttsh Stettin
thlji Alaiihi?rc v. hen that vessel ar?
rived la port f:oih St. Lucia ycsterJ
day. Hot It boys are lieing held In the
city .hill for examination by a hoard
of i eiiti ? The younger ?*! Lve s ew.i
ways says he has a father and met her
;m Si. Lucia, but that they treated
him so badly lie CO.Ild hot live a*
A Real Wondcnand.
South Dakota, With Its rich silver
mines, bonanza farms, wide rai\geu
anil striui^n natural fortuations, Is u
veritable wonddrhind. At Mound
City, hi Hie bom.' of .?rs. 1). D. Clnpi)
a wonderful case ol licnling nas late?
ly occurred, Her son seemed near
death with l?ng and throat trouble
" Exhausting coughing spells occurred
ev,.ry (Ivb ininuteu." writes Mrs.
ciapp. "when f began giving Or
king's New IMEcOvurj', the great med.
iclne. that saved hin ? fo and com?
pletely curod him.1' Guaranteed for
coughs und i.'dds, throat and luuf
troubles. I > ail druggists. G?c. and
J" on. Trial bottle free.
4 re You Troubled
With inefficient *ervici
and un & atl s factor)
119 2*th STREET
Phone No. 10
We Remedy Such Troubles
u u u o u u ij o o 0 .1 ."? : C ' 0 t) f. C 0
$1.50 for Bent wood DM
having BOUGHT A LARGE LOT
or oak rent voou dining
CHAIRS, slightly USED, AT a
VERY low FIGURE, WE OFFER
hum FOR A few days to RE:
DUCE THE NUMBER, AT JIS.mi) PElt
Dpz., or jn.po im:r half doz
CAS'Ii THESE CHAIRS BEING
PRACTICALLY NEW W?ULB READ
h.y SELL as scch. and the
?U?VB PRICE shol'ld RE OF IN?
terest to those wishing
CHAIRS now OR who ARB like?
ly TC NEED THEM soon.
Useful Christmas Gilts.
FOR ALK HEREi A PARTIAL' LIST: MAHOGANY. QUARTERED
oak AND WEATHERED OAK K?CK Ell?, kink TABLES, A coot)
ASSORTMEN i j desks, ROOK CASES, china CLOSETS, RUGS,
ART SQUARES, DAjViiXPOHTS, go-carts. TRICYCLES, VELOCI?
PEDES, CI/jcks. mikrohs, PICTURES; &<-.
PRICES AB low as POSSIBLE I CR THE QUALITY ?v
goods we bkll. no TROUBLE TO show ?ouls.
Fur. lehera for Every K .om iu tbe House
UoiJLS.aJLa.ai-.il imioomoaiooaootoiciin. in????????'.??"
In the Rijjht Place
At the Right Time
That's il -where you want it?when
yon want il?ami i! you only
knew liow easy il is lo carry Irom
room lo room?and now much
cheery comlorl you can have will? a
(Equipped tvlth SinoUettn? Device)
You would no lonnrr he without one,
"No unoke? n<v smell*'?ihis i
Ptrftttnn maxim. Because ihc smoki less
device a smokeless vou ran have
direct, qhuvinp, heal from rvrry cmi. c
ol oil. Hiss-, (mil holds 4 quarl
burns Iiours. An ornament any
where?linishcd in japan and
livery healrr wairantca.
r*ptT?il (jivfj a liril
liurt, ilfa.iy tight, Ks:!rP"l wsS Hie lilrij improved central drill
Ijmrr. Mijt c.1 kriM. nicM p.!i!td. Bvtry brap warranted.
Write mir ward ayacy lor dticriptlvc circubi .1 yea del I lind
Oit Pcikcliw <U Heater or Rayo Limr at yn? .Vsl-r't.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Capita! Dry Goods House f
Washington Ave. a', Thir ieih <f.
A COMPLETE LINE OF L\D:^S
Wc show all the new and Desirable Stylet;. Pine Embroider?
ed Sets In a variety ot styles, a' set, 50c.
Beautiful vetilen Sotn. very sfjoclhl at 08c.
Kmbrr.nl.-r. .1 Shirt. Waist dollar and Cuff Beta, 2"Dc.
Ruby Irish Collar and Cuff Soft?, T.'o.
llf'autiful Styles m Stock Collars nhd Mai:- Ties at GOc.
Fancy Silk Rows and Ties, nt 20c.
Fancy Silk Ruffs, worth $1.00 for 52 OS.
SPECIAL D-^GAIN IN HEMSTITCHED AND Ef.' E P.O ICED REO
Regular 12 l-2c and lue value:
it eath 10c.
Grand Plasios, UprfajsM Pianos
am! Player Pianos,
-FROM THE ?-r~
The Stiff Pianos that ws'sent new front t!ie factory to the Ex?
position, rod that are now practically nc*. V/c have uc;d the
larger part tf tlicm, hut those left aas just ao desirable. Prlc:s
very lav/. Tcrn:s very easy. Ncthhijj but a square deal.' V/c have
the reputation cf 65 years to sustain, . It shall not be tarnished.
114 Granby 8trfect.
'THE PIANO WITH THE SWEET TONE."
OlS?cia! Piano Jamestowii Exposition.
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2312 V/A8M. AVE.
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