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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 1G. 1900.
KILLS GRIPPE GERMS
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parts. Yon euro the illfceu.rd liewiic.
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drurcl'tsl ll It. or JIAIIJiU TO ANV AL-
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tiie Fo'Iowin; Stcrss :
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the Ftomarh an.l tonf's la tt'mj r Tjliwn. ,.7
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Broadway and 26th 5trcct, Mew York.
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cnn:iii:STKi;s i;m;i.imi ked
al 2oldnf'tUKrtt- -i iitMirii&an.
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sla'i Sll1 " Wrrii Ttla thl DP.
riirr1"l 1.. UbClMin -- I'Mli. i-M
FELL TWELVE FEET
AND WAS KILLED.
John Krebs. a Poller. Sit-ppcd
Dackwanl Into Elevator Shaft
at Leonriri Warehouse.
Through an accidental fall of not moio
than twelve feet down
John Krebs. a porter liv
.n an elevator shaft I
iu-Im ar x- io i
In Ins at No. -) Kan-
dolph street, met his death in the l.eonori
warehouse at Xu. i:i7 Olive street yeMerdav
afternoon. His neck was broken and death
was practically instantaneous.
The. accident occurred shortly after 3
o'cloeV. Krebs was on the ilrst Jloor and
had opened the door o! the gate to await
i"""".-.' ":":'"" Ul uPe.l. "f upper I
im article of furniture, he moved backward!
""::.l "S Ar"' '"V '.' " r."?' l '" "'e
toward the shatt. He etldently miscalcu
lated the distance, for he stepped into
space. He fell headloii? to the basement,
lighting- on his neck and shoulder, sustain
ing a Kash over the right temple.
Walker Carl. a drher employed by the
firm, saw KrW as he fell and ran to his
assistance. Krebs seemed partly eonsolous
for an Instant, but then Ik crime senseless,
and was picked up by Carroll and Charles
Klecke of No. 2!Ii; Randolph street An am
bulance was summoned, and Kreb- was hur
ried to th City Dispensary. He wai exam
ined by Doctor Seharff nnd his nerk pro
nounced broken. Krebs was dead when the
Rmhulance arrived at the Dispensary. The
Bash on his head, received from bluing an
Iron brace as he fe'l, was comparatively
The comparatively short distance whl.-ii
Krebs fell made his death a caue of great
fnirpr!p to the witnesses, all of whom sup
posed that the,' man hud merely been
atunncd by the fall. Krebs was ij ears
old and married. He lias two children." His
body Is at the more"-
FUNERAL OF F. J. C0MST0CK.
St. Louis ISiisiuess Man lSuried at
Tile bolv of I-'recman J. Comstni?r Lite
vice president of the Si irrilt-i hi lstoek
Furniture Companv. wa- buried at I'-rn !
111.. last Friday. Mr. 'mntiek wis as well i
known in l'toria as In this city and ivai at
KKKKMAX .1 CU.MSTOC1C
Vice president of the ScBrntt-Com-ioek
Furniture Company, who died at t.'lifton
Fprlngs. X. V.. and wus buried Frldav at
one time connected with a prominent tiiti
ness firm of that cilv
Ills death occuric-1 last Tuesdav at ' llf
ton Springs. X. V. Hi? health hai been lull
ing for the last year ami the end was not
altogether unexpected bv his frlraids. He
was 63 years old at .the. time of hli Ocath.
having beeil born at Jaffrey. X. H.. In 1841
He leavts n widow. Mrs. Abbie Comstvick. I
and two children. Mr. Frank Hacoraan
and William F. Comtoclc. both of Kan-ai
City. He and his wife had iesido.1 at Hie
sanitarium at Clifton Springs tor several
His business career In this eiiv com
menced with his connection with tii firm
of Comsloek & Haywood. Later he va a
member of the Ilrm of Jlurrlll, Comstofk
& Co. He was a member of Second Isaptist
Church. Mr. Comstock had always been In
terested in educational woik and wa a
donor of considerable sums to Shurtleff
MOB WAS IN EARNEST.
Prevented From Lynching Prisoner
bv Fair Promise?.
Jackson. Miss.. Dec. 15. At Wc-tville. this
afternoon a daring attempt w.-ij male to
lynch Charles Haverson. a whit man. fn
flned In Jail under sentence. Jf death for
murdernig a prominent m' .chant named
Ammons. several months i.o.
Tlie mob was composer" of nearly a thou?
sand people. The Sheriff and other city of
ficials made earnest appeals for the life cf
Haverson. and the mob- finally agreed to
disperse on condition that. If the Suproiie
Court should grant a new trial and a
change ot venue, the p.vple would be giv-n
notice when Haversoit' was to be tjkia
from the county.
Canada. Sent to .Prison for Life.
El Reno. Ok., Die. If. James Canada was
'.aaHiaO: - aS? -sSatiS
S;iitl to llavi- Told J-VrrHary liny
That Canal Treaty AiiiPiidmeiilri
Will Sot He Accepted.
NO DAY YET SET FOR A VOTE.
Si-iiator Lodge .Matle Another
Kllort to Sfonre an Agreement,
but It Was lSloeked by
Washington. Dec 13. ArounJ tlie Hay
1'auncefote treaty a tlense fog liaa risen.
TIio statnraent la made positively by
friends of tho administration and Secretary
Hay that Great Krltaln will not accept th
treaty ns now amended, but will consider
tho Oayton-Hulwer treaty In full force and
effect. On the other hand. Senators who
are In favor of the antendr.d treaty state
lxiililvtly lhat the amended treaty will be
ucrrptablo to Urcat l.rluln.
lrd rauncefole, HritMi Ambassador,
railed at the Stale lloi-artment by appoint
ment to-day anil coiifet red wllli Secretary
Hay relative to the anion of the Senate in
eoiimvtinii with the treaty. Ixird Paunce
loto was eildently noting under Uwtrue
tloiw from his Government. It Is reportol
that lie Rave Secretary Hay to tinderstati 1
clearly that, while Lord Salisbury is wllllntf
ti nue-t the I'nited States half way. h can
not ! evpeet.il to inal.e the cnncesIons
tlie Senate is demanding.
It also develoied that the llrltish ;oern
nient misht have lieen willlni; to accept tho
treaty if amended only by the Ials pio
toon. but I unulllinK to comply with the
Great llritain. It is .-.lid. fully recognize
that the I'nited feiales Is not signatory to
the deelar.ition made 111 llerlin m 1S71. that
treaties cannot be abiosated except with
the consent of the contracting jmrtieF. and
that liv act of Consrvss it may fonnnllv
abrosate' the 'Clavtun-Hulwer convention:
but it is disposed to hold the United States
to this convention, on "moral grounds,"
and will probably so declare In Its answer
to the r-iinr.st of the Secretary of State
for acceptance, of the amendments adopted
by the Senate when he present them for
Senator Lodge; In charge of the treaty, to
day, made another effort In executive ses
sion of the Senate to (jet a luy yet for a
linal vote on the treaty and the amend
ments to it which have been suggested
by the various Senators, aixl while he. did
not succeed, lie received considerable en
louragemcnt In that direction.
Tile proceedings to-day rnnls:eil of a
brief speech by Senator Teller, in which he
sussested the !!Ubstitiitloii of the ward
"abrogate" for the word "supercede" In the
lirst of the- amendments reported yester
day by the Committee on Foreign Itela
tl0R2. the effect beinjr to declare the Clay-lon-liulwer
treaty aorogated In express
term He then made an argument in sup
port of this suggestion, cor.tendlnK that aiy
nation has u right to abrogate a treaty
enteral into with another nation. He said
mat it tho committee thought the old
tieaty ought to be abrogated, that word
shnulii be used.
Wht, .Mr. Teller concluded Mr. Lodge
roniinneu ins ellorts tu set a time tlxed
for a vote.
Senator .Morgan stated that If a tlma
should bo named for a vote oil the treaty,
be would also insist that there should be
an understanding that a. vol.. l... miron ,.r.
the Nie-iraguan Canal ipjestlon at the tame
time. Iluwn-r, ilr. Lodge, after an Inter
mK-ioii. renewal his J,7 --i, .. r- nT.,.
la time. Senator Morcaii -aid .,.,.i,lr.e f -"
ther about it votfe on the canal bill.
,'ioney Bii)ck AKreement.
fcenator Allen objected outright to the
til st preparation for a vote upon the treaty
nt u time to be named, and when Senator
Aldrieh asked if a vote could not be hud
to-day on some amendments to the treaty
Senator .Money objected. He sild that, be
ing the only member of the Senate Commit
tee on Foreign Relations who opposed the
treaty, he felt that he was entitled to ample
time to state his objections, and staled that
ho meant to state them if It became neces
sary to occupy the entile lime between to
ilay and the date nxed for the Chilstmas
adjournment. He said that if there was an
effort to drive him he would undertake to
occupy all this time.
At this point Senator Allison suage-Ucd
the absence of a quorum, and the roll was
called. A quorum appearing. Senator Lind
say moved to adjourn, but the motion failed
by a vote ot 29 to 30.
After this little fiurrv there wag a general
consultation among Individual Senators and
when, on motion of Senator Iodge the
Senate adjourned a lew minutes later, there
was a good deal better feeling than had pre
Afier the session. Senator Lodge ex
pressed himself us conildfiit of securing an
agreement to vote before tho holiday ad
journment. Senator AIaon gave notice of the follow
ing amendment, which he said he would
offer on Monday next, when he would ad
drsj the Senate on the subject:
, ". ,'"' Government of the United States
s'lali construct, at its own expense, the said
canal, then nothing herein contained bhali
prevent the United States from protecting
said canal in any way It may deem best
for the Interests of the United States."
ACCUSED OF PURSE-SNATCHING.
William. Simon Is Held at Ct-ntr.il
William Simon Is locked up at the Central
District Police Station on a. charse of
snatching u purse.
Mabel Floor of Xo. 513 South Twenty
third stieet and Laura Satille of Xo. 2110
Xorth Twenty-first street are the prosecut
ing witnesses, w)io are employed at Xo. 3o0
South Commercial stieet. Thej- weie walk
ing west In Gratiot street npproa -hl::g
ltroadwuy &bortly after o'clock l-ld.'iy
evening wlicn A young man clad in roiign
clothes appeared, .In front of them and
svlzed a purse In the hand of MU" Floor.
She struggled to hold it. but he succeeded
In Jeiking It away Ml Seville raised
her umbiella to strike him, but lie evaded
the blow and ran away.
Several pedcstralns who l ad witnessed
the rubbery started in pursuit. Policeman
Doran of tne Central District joined lu the
pursuit, overtaking Slinou after l tinning
two blocks. On the run the nurse was
brown Into the .street, wheie It was after
wards picked up. It rontalntd onlv a
final! amount of rash, but was espocUlly
valuable to Miss Floor because it held u
gold locket prinented to her bv her mother
and her BWeetheait's picture.
The girls positively identltled the prisoner
and yisterday swore out a warrant agdlnit
linn charging petit larceny.
Population of Small Cities' of Mon
tana ami New Mexico.
Washington. Dec. . The populalinn of
eel tain Incorporated places in Montana
having a population of moie than ZiUM. but
Uss than U.Wi. is as rollows:
Anaconda, city. S.-IOJ; liilllnss. cltv. 3.23;
Itozeman. city, 3.419: Great I-'ll. city H.
K. Helena, city. lO.TTu: Kalispcll, city,
r.jlt;; L'.vliiKston, city. 3.7T3; Mitsoula, city,
4.3M; Ktd Lodge, town, ",131; Walkervllle.
The population of certalu Incorporated
Tdaces In Xew Mexico having a population
of more than 2.W0. but less than 25,000, Is
Albuquerque, city. 6,23S; Gallup, town,
:.4C; Las Vegas, city. 3,632: Raton, city.
3,540; Iloswcll. town. 2.006; Santa Fe. city.
t,C03; Silver city. 3.733.
Library 1 oar da Informal Slretlnc
The Board of Directors of the Public Li
brary held an Informal meeting yesterday
afternoon, it being impossible to hold the
regular monthly meeting, on account of the
absence of several members. An Informal
announcement was made of the resignation
of Her.ry F Wcods, superintendent of de
livery stations. The librarian wasauthor
ized by the meeting to purchase a'number
of chairs for the reading-room. The statis
tics made public in the afternoon show that
S.i,s volumes have been udded to the library
In the months of October and November
and lhat the issue of books for November
was 63,916. At present there are 53.740 per
sons holding readers cards.
Olrmpla. Arrlrra at Tacoma.
Tacoma. Wash.. Dec 15. Tho Bteamihlp
Olymrla arrived from tho Orient after an
In the World.
Cameras and Other Christmas Things.
.; Christmas time is a Camera time. At this season of the year there can be nothing given
1 which is so full of pleasurable possibilities as a good Camera. At this great store of ours we
have a large and elegant variety of Cameras and Camera Goods, while our prices are very low.
Brownie Cameras only 80c.
Pocket Kodaks, $6.50, $8.00, $9.60, $12.00 and $14.00.
Kodaks, size 3x3, $4.00, $6.40, $8.00, $12.00.
Kodaks, size 4x5, $9.60, $12.00, $16.00, $20.00.
Kodak., size 5x7, $28.00.
Size 4x5. $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $20.00.
Size 5x7, $10.00. $25.00.
Size fi,J,x8i, $30.09.
Size 4x.-, $3.00, $6.50, $9.00, $12.00, $15.00.
Size 5x7, $15.80, $18.00, $21.00, $27.00, $48.00, $82.00.
Christmas We have the
Cutlery. kind of Cut
lery that is nice for gifts.
Keen Kutter, Wade & Butch
er's, Rodger's, Wostenholm's
and other makes. Ask to see
the latest line of Keen Kutter
Carving Set. couslsiluj: of fcuife.
fork and steel, gouuiue slag horn
handles, mounted in terlin;r sil
ver, in handsome case, $4.50.
Others at $5, $5.50, 97, $7.50 and
Bird Carvers, two pieces, knife and
fork.Rtag horn handles, only f 1.50.
Other Carving Sets, of 2, 3 and 5
91.00 io 925.00 the set.
Pocket Knives A gift of a pocket
knife to replace an old one or sup
ply m. need is never aniiso. In our
stock may be found pocket knives
of every concelvuble. sliape and
llnlsli, and at nil prices, from
5c to 95.00 each.
Cutlery Depirtment, First Floor.
Playing Fewer people would
Cards. pla' with old worn
out cards if they knew . how
cheap really good cards are.
These are gcod, and they don't
Flae Linen Stock, Ivory finish. Jou
le enamel, especially designed
backs, 25 per deck, 92.50 pur
dozen docks. Same cards with
gold edges, 30o per deck, 93.00
per dozen decks.
Well finished enamel Muck. A good,
serviceable card, 16c per drt-k,
91.50 per dozen decks.
Fireside Games, similar to tlie old
fashioned game of Authors, but
more Interesting and instructive.
Will teach you all about tlie fa
mous castles, poets, people and
nags, our Navy, Yellowstone Park,
Colonial days, etc. 25o per game.
Fortune Cards With the assistance
of these cleverly arrauged carils
you can pass many a pleasant even
ing. Pure linen cards: were -It-per
deck, now 25c per deck.
Whist Sets We have all the latest
and Improved methods for dupli
cate; Wbist. Kalamazoo and Pnliic's
system are preferred by the ma
jority of whist- deTOtpes.
$3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 Set
Go-Carts Quite a necessary
thing for the baby's good
health and the mother's com
fort. Easy to get upstairs,
easy to push. Reclining back,
rubber tired wheels, patent
foot brake, with or without up
holstering and parasol,
$6.50, $8.00. $12.00. $13.00,
$15.00. $17.00, $18.50.
House-Furnlihlng Department. Third Floor.
It is- a jumper,
swing and chair
Adjustable to any
position even suitable for the
baby's nap. The rocking
chair can be detached and
used on the floor as a regular
Indoor is interesting, and
Golf gives practice for
final strokes in the regular
In the World.
Camera Department, First Floor.
Silver and Our assort-
Ebony Toilet ment of these
Articles. things is truly
exquisite, and is well suited to
a proper choice of Christmas
Cigarette Cases, ntaile of Morocco
leather, mounted in sterling Silver,
flilitary Hair Brushes, ebony back,
mounted in sterling silver, best
white bristles, the pair. 92, 92.25
Pearl Handle Letter Seal, $1.00.
Four-Piece flanicure Set, consisting
of nnil scissors, nail file, cuticle
knife and parer, beautiful silver
Cutlery Department, First Floor.
Genuine 1847 The thorough
Silverware, ly reliable
character of this celebrated
ware makes it a most accept
Spoons and Forks in all patterns,
and lu single nnd triple plule.
Teaspoons. $2.50, $2.85, $3.69,
$3.90 per dozen.
Tablespoons, $5.00, $5.7.0, $7.20.
$7.80 per dozen.
Dessert spoons, $4.50,$5.00, $6.00,
$6.60 per dozen.
Knives and Forks, $3.50, $3.75,
$4.50, $5.50 ?et.
Other grades. $1.50. $1.75. $2.25,
Iloueefurnlshlng Dep't. Second Floor.
Punching Ten minutes de
Bags, voted to punch
ing the bag each night and
mornins: for a few weeks will
work wenders in developing
lungs and chest. The bag
should be well made to stand
the severe strain.
94.00- Finest ijuuliiy oil tan calf
skin, canvas lined, rawhide loop.
very light ami fast made to wear.
92.50-011 tanned leather. -anvas
lined, tan color, medium size.
91.25 Leather bag. canvas lined,
rawhide loops'. An excellent bag
at the price.
Speaking Did you
Picture Books. ever see
a book that talked so you could
hear it? We have a few of
them recently received from
Europe. They speak nine dif
ferent languages. A decided
novelt that will amuse and
interest "old folks" as well as
A gift that every
small boy will ap-
91.50 (jenulne Air Hllie. Sumethlng
entirely new. Operated by com
91.75-Hepeatlug Air Kltle. Shoots
1.U00 times with one loading.
Others 65c, $1.00, $1.25 and $2.00.
A Bicycle Opportunity.
We have secured at a very low price a small number of Bicycles that have
been used as samples. All are new, but a few have slight scratches. These are
mostly wheels for men and women, but there are a few children's wheels among
them. They are worth up to $35.00 each. Any one of the lot for
Size 4x5, $8.00, $10.00, $12.50, $50.00.
Size 5x7, $17.50, $35.00, $65.00.
Other Camera Bargains.
$1.50 for 12.50 Eastman Cameras.
$2.50 for 24.00 Eastman Cameras.
$3.50 for $5.50 Magazine Cameras.
$4.50 for $8.00 Magazine Cameras.
Printing and Developing Outfits, $1.50.
Plate Holders, 45c, 50c, 75c.
Albums, 50c, 75c, $1.00 to $5.00.
Print Frames, 15c and 20c.
Ice Skates Every one skates,
for Xmas. 3'oimg a n d old,
and if you want to give a really
acceptable Christmas Gift,
make it a pair of Skates. We
have them at 60c, 85c, SI. 00,
$1.25, $1.50, $2.00, and as
high as $15.00 a pair (silver
plated). "Klipper Klub" are
the best skates.
Sleds on Your Feet -the double
runner Sled Skates - no weak
ankles, no falling. Just the thing for
youngsters, only 60" a pair.
Hockey Skates, clamp and screw
patterns, in polished steel and
nickel plate they stay on 80c to
95.00-Hockey Sticks 75
Ankle .Supporters wc have the kind
that go on over, and tlnwp that go
on under the shoe, 50. 75o and
91.00 a pair.
Skate Bags, 40c to 75c.
Skating and Hockey Shoes Men's
tlnest quality box calf, double
stitched, extra rapping at heel,
special ankle support, oak tanned
soU double-stitched throughout,
95.00 a pair.
Ladies' Skating Shoes, tan box calf,
extra high, with ankle brace, oak
tunned sole, double-stitched a very
attractive and durable .hoe; 95.00
Canadian Skating Cap, broad stripes.
lu purple and old gold, scarlet and
white, etc.; long and heavy; with
Racing Caps, heavy worsted. 25c
First Floor. Uuli-ony.
Game These f u r n i s h
Boards, amusement for a
whole family at a time.
09-- Orokinolo Board, cherry or wal
nut finish, complete with discs.
91.50 Croklnole Hoard, walnut,
nicely linislied, complete with
92.50-CroUini1e ltoaid, hardwood
llnNli. felt lined, complete Willi
93.00 Aicluirenu Board, mahogany
tiiiish: -S distinct games on one
95.O0 Combination Boaid. bird's
eye maple on one side, imitation
mahogany on tho oilier: .To diHtinct
gamrfs on this board: elegantly lln
Micd. The Whitely Used w i t h
Exerciser. pleasure and
benefit by the strongest man
or the smallest child. It is an
insurance against ill-health in
men and women, and it pro
motes the development of chil
dren. Absolutely noiseless in
$2.00, $2.50. $3.51), 54.50
Sleds. Our line of Sleds is
varied and complete, and the
Boys' Sleds-Made of hardwood. 11
lu. wlde,TSG in. long, low runners.
ial shoes, beautifully decorated,
Uirls' Sleds- l.'i in. wide. 'M In. long;
made of lianlwo. ,1. well braced; a
strung, durable sled; 91.25.
Other sleds at 25c. 35c, 50c, 65c,
75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
Sporting Goods Store
in the World.
Fishing The addition of one
Tackle. Gr more of these
articles to a fisherman's kit
would please him at Christmas.
920.00 -K. C. Slnimons's Jeweled
Heel, quadruple multiplying; made
of German Silver, Ivory handle;
built throughout like a fine watch.
$5.50 Patent rubber and nickel
reel; quadruple multiplying, ad
justable steel bearing; nicely fitted
Other reels 25c to 950.
95.00 Fine quality six-strip split
bamboo rod; cedar inlaid handle;
cork grip; 3 Joints with extra tip;
92.00 flood quality split bamboo;
3 joints, with extra tip; nickel
mountings; nicely finished.
Other rods 25 to 930.
Finest leather-covered boxes, cov
ered with fancy leather, such as
pig skin, alligator, etc.
99 to 915 each.
Other boxes 30c to 94.50.
Fishing Rod Cases.
Made of selected fancy leather: ad
justable to hold any length rod;
made In three sizes to hold one,
two ami three rods.
92.50 to 96.
Fancy Handsome and art
China, istic work in many
beautiful patterns. Note a few
Cake Plates In beautiful colors and
Salad Bowls-92, 92.50.
Comports 50, 75e, $1.
Chocolate Pots, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
Bon Bon. In fancy shapes 50c, 5c,
China Trays-SOc, 91, 91.60.
Cups and Saucers 95, 98, 97.50,
98 10 915 a do..
Punching Bag Striking Bag
consisting entirely of iron,
bolted together rigidly, can be
attached to wall and moved
from and to aay position at
will; has practically n vibra
tion; light, fast and strong,
free of Charge -All Ceilings pur
chased as Christmas presents will
be put up after Christmas Day free
of charge. Regular expense of tills
work is $1.
Tool Chests and There is
Scroll Saws. hardly a boy
in St. Louis who doesn't hope
that Xmas will bring him either
a scroll saw or tool box, or
both; not toys, but the really
useful kind. We have them,
the best to be found.
Tool Set, contains SO pieces; alt
standard quality, 93.45.
Tool Chest, containing 40 pieces:
this Is a really excellent set',
Uentlemen's Cabinet -Cau be hung
011 the wall or closet door; contains
everything necessary for almost
any emergency: all high-grade
tools 915 and 920.
Children's Tool Sets, In oak boxes
from 25o to 912.50.
Scroll Saws, a standard make; good
practical machine In every way
Boys' Bucksaw, with buck, 85e.
Lathes for wood and Iron turning;
99.50 to 9125.
Work Benches, practical and very
strong, 910 and 912.
Hardware Department First Floor.
in the World.
Golf. "Golf is a great game."
Anybody that ever hit a ball
or missed one in the attempt
will agree to that.
Wood Clubs, Drivers, Socket and 2
pleccd, McGregor and Prestwlck,
all tho leading makes. Heads
matte of persimmon and shafts of
best selected hickory. They all
balance nicely and are finished
elegantly; 92 and 92.50.
Irons, Prestwick and McGregor hand
forged Masheye. Mid Irons, CIceks,
Putters, etc. You can surely find
models among them to suit you.
SIcGregor drop forged Iron Clubs,
Caddy Bags. Special Mackintosh
Caddy Bags: medium size; finest
leather trimmings: assorted Scotch
plaid colors: $3.00.
Other Caddy Bugs. $1.00. 51.25, i50.
$4.00, $5.00, $10.0O.
Qolf Balls. We have a good stock
of well-seasoned balls of the let
makes. Sexito, Prestwick, Craig
Park. Agrippa, White Flyer, lion
ley & Musselburgh, etc. $2.75,
$3.25, $3.50, $3.75, $4.00, $4.25
Sterling Always a safe and
Ware. acceptable present
fancy and artistic patterns,
plain and handsome,in Spoons,
Forks and Fancy Pieces.
Tea Spoons, fancy pattern, delicate
beaded handle, 92.50, set of 0, in
Colonial pattern pure in Its beaut'
set of 6, In case, 93.75.
Other patterns, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00,
Coffee Spoons, feather pattern, plain
bowl, $2.50 set, in case.
Coffee Spoons, embossed handle.
gold-lined bowl, Tery handsome,
$3.80 set, in case.
Other patterns. $2.75, $3.75, $4.50,
Oyster Forks.Colonial pattern, bead
ed edge, two tine. In handsome
colored case; $41 set.
Other styles, plain and fancy pat
terns, two and three tines, ?5, $6,
Children's The ut-door
Wagons. exercise that
children need is best obtained
Boys' Steel Wagons, nicely painted, '
with steel wheels; all sizes; 95c,
$1.10, $1.25, $1.50, $1.65, $1.80,
Seats for same 35c extra.
Children's Iron Cab Wagons, nicely
painted, suitable for very young
With steel tires 92.50
With rubber tires 93.50
Baby Wagons, all wood, with wooil
Boys' Police Patrol Wagons, bed of
sheet steel, cushioned seats, steel
wheels, finely painted and finished;
brass gong; 95 and 98-50.
Velocipedes, for boys, oval steel
tires, steel wheels $1.25, S1.75,
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00.
With rubber tires $2.75, $3.25,
$3.75, $4.25, $4.75.
With rubber tires and ball bearing
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00,
Tricycles, for girls and boys, steel
wheels, upholstered seats. Price,
with steel tires, $2.75, $3.50,
i.jv, a., 90.VU. y
Fnce, with rubber tires, $5.00-3
$6.25, $7.50, $8.75.
Price, with ball bearings and rnls
ber tires, $10.00, $11.50.
Sleigh Our line of these
Bells. cheerful winter driv
ing accessories include Shaft
Chime Bells, String Bells and
Neck Bells, at all prices from
First Floor Balcony.
Tether This game was orlg"
Ball inally introduced for
the purpose of practicing vari
our strokes at lawn tennis, but
it has c e .-eloped into a game
having special merits of its
Tether Ball and Cord 91.00. XJ
Tether Ball Pole. 91.50.
Tether Ball Backets. .92.25 and $3.
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