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i. Beport on the Condition of School
Buildings in 24 Wards.
INSPECTOR LAYDOH'S OPINION.
Two Netr Smallpox Cases Pound in an Un
CHOLERA HOSPITAL FINISHED TO-DAY
A report of tbe sanitary condition of the
public, private and parochial schools in the
24 wards of the city, comprising the East
End, "West End, Lanrenceyille and South
side, has been submitted to Chief Brown by
William Linydon, the plumbing inspector,
who has just finished a thorongh investiga
tion. In connection with his report Mr.
Laydon makes a number of suggestions of a
technical character relative to tbe plumbing
and drainage of school buildings.
As to the condition of the schools he says
his visit had been anticipated in a number
of places, the officers in charge having
cleaned up cellars, outhouses and back
yards to give them the best possible appear
ance. But even with the preparation he
fonnd many of them in bad condition and
was astonished to find that those in charge
considered the premises perfectly healthy.
Tbe inspector calls attention to the fact
that many of the schools have neglected to
connect their drains with the public sewers,
and recommends that, as a measure for pub
lic health, such connections be made com
pulsory. The report states that in some
schools the conveniences are inadequate for
a private family, not to mention a collec
tion of a hundred or more children.
Damp Cellars Beneath Schools.
Attention is called to the condition of the
cellars in some of the schools, there appear
ing a number in the report marked damp,
dark, musty and piled with rubbish. A
recommendation for lighting, ventilating,
and cementing the floors ol the cellars is
"In several of the Southsjde schools,"
the report says, "the necessity for filters
lias been recognized, and good filters for
drinking water are in use. I would recom
mend that all schools be compelled to filter
water for use of the children, particularly
thoe using Monongahela river water, ason
the Soutbside, and those using well water,
as in a number of schools in the East End.
"As a result of my investigation I am of
the opinion that inspections of this kind
should be made annually, with authority
given to the plumbing inspectors to compel
school officers to adopt and maintain proper
In summing up the list of public schools
inspected Mr. Laydon calls particular at
tention to the building in the Twentieth
ward known as the Liberty school annex
and the Thirty-sixth ward schools as being
in a very bad condition, damp, badly venti
lated and totally unfit for school purposes.
The other public schools are reported as be
ing in a generally fair condition with the
exception of one or two of the outlying
schools where well water is used and sewers
are not used.
Some Schools in Excellent Condition.
The Seventeenth, Eizhteentb,Nineteenth,
Twenty-first, Twenty-second and the other
schools with tbe exception of the Thirty
sixth ward schools are reported in excellent
Of the parochial schools the Ursuline
Academy is reported in extra fine condition.
Tbe St Peters, St Adelberts school and
St Johns parochial schools on the South
side are condemned as being in a Bad sani
tary condition, filthy, and in need ot imme
The German Lutheran school in the Fif
teenth ward, and the Pennsylvania Female
College Twenty-second wa. are also con-
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particularly true of the Female College,
where the sanitary arrangements aie in
ferior and not properly ventilated, allowing
foul odors to escape continually. The sewer
system in the buildine is also condemned.
there being many defective joints, allowing
the waste matter to escape on the cellar
floors and poisoning tbe atmosphere.
DIPHTHEEIi CAUSED AH IHCHEABE.
last "Week's Death Bate TFas Much larger
Than That of the Previous Week.
The diphtheria outbreak in the Thir
teenth and Eighteenth wards caused an
increase in the death rate of the city for
the last week. The rate was 22.83 for 1,000
inhabitants per annum. In the previous
week the rate was only 18.35. Diphtheria
caused 13 of tbe 112 deaths and tvphoid
fever 10. Thirty-nine deaths were of child
ren under 2 years of age.
Chief Inspector McEwen yesterday
said tbe diphtheria was racing in the.
J-ast Unci. This Chief Bigelow
stoutly denies. "There is less
contagious disease in the East End than in
nnv section of the city," said the chief.
"Inspector McEwen is very much mistaken
in including the Eighteenth ward in the
East End. The people in the Thirteenth
and Eighteenth wards need Bewers and
paved streets. I venture to say there is
less disease, for the number of people, in
the East End than any other section. The
f imminent physicians'all tell me they have
pss business this year and at this time of
year, than they have ever had since locat
ing here. Mr. McEwen's daily reports con
tradict what he 6avs for publication as I
have reason to know."
PATTIS0H CHANGES HIS MIHD.
Ho Will Furnish Money to Tight Cholera
if It Is Necessary.
Secretary Benjamin Lee, of the State
Board of Health, had a conference with
Governor Pattison in Philadelphia on
Thursday. After the meeting Dr. Lee
said: "Governor Pattison adv'sed the board
to receive no more offer of funds to assist
in the establishment of a border inspection
and to return what monev had been re
ceived. "Will you return the $20,000 which
Henry Clay Frick, as chairman of the Car
negie Steel Company, gave to the board?"
"1 think so," was the answer.
Dr. Lee stated that Governpr Pattison
promised to give whatever money was
needed when tbe emergency arose. The
Governor desired a wait of several days to
see how the situation would develop.
BTEICKKW WITH DISEASE.
Tathcr and Child Badly Affected
SmaUpox on Craig Street.
Two cases of smallpox were reported at
the office of the Board ol Health yesterday.
The cases were Thomas James and his
T-weeks-old child. The locality in which
tbe iatrily lives is a rather isolated
ortion of Craig street. The rMM
came affected vesterdav immin.
Shortly afterwards the lather began to
vomit violently, his bodr began to ache
severely and his temperature rose to 'an
alarming extent. There is another 2-year-old
child living in the house not yet af
iected. Dr. McCandless went out to investigate
the case last evening, and ordered the vic
tims removed to the West Penn Hospital.
The condition of the habitation in which
the disease started is reported as being mis
CHOLEBA HOSPITAL BEAST.
Xho Sew Structure Will Be Well Adapted
to tho Purpose and Itcady To-Day.
The erection of the building lor cholera
patients on the Municipal Hospital grounds
will be finished to-day. To-morrow the
building will be ready for use. Everybody
hopes it -will not be needed, but nobody
knows how soon it may be. The build
ing . is weatherboarded, lined with
tar paper and canvas, has 10 windows
on each side, ten roof ventilating traps, is
25x78 feet in slze.yone story is set np on
fosts and looks like a roller-skating rink,
t will accommodate 40 patients, but only
20 will be provided for at present. The
building faces "Webster avenue and is 70
feet away. The nearest dwelling is 160
yards oft Ample sewer arrangements are
being made, and there will be no danger to
residents in the locality. .
Of the National Beal Estate Association to
Be Held October 4 to 7 Inclusive A
BurrALO, N. Y., Sept 23, 1S92.
Owing to its commanding situation as a
railroad center, the city of Buffalo has of
late years become very popular as a con
vention city for meetings of national bodtos.
Bat never in her history has she made prep
arations to receive ft gathering of business
men the lmnortance of whose visit will have
so wido and beneficial an effect upon her
great destiny as will the meeting of tbe Na
tional Real Estate Association of America,
whose second annnal congress will be held
In Buffalo on October 1 to 7 inclusive.
Every business or professional man in the
United States, who is interested in real
estate as an owner, asent or dealer, will be
"benefited by the work that will be done in
Buffalo by this association, and it is, there
fore, receiving very wide attention. Among
tbe objects which this association hopes to
accomplish Is the establishment or uniform
laws throughout the States for the transfer
and registry of real property; for better and
simpler and more secure legal forms to uo
used in the transaction of the real estate
uusinos, and for the establishment of a cen
tral body of reference and statistics. The
association discourages wild speculation
and fictitious "booms," and encourages and
aims to direct, as far as possible, the invest
ment of money in sections promising the
greatest and safest returns.
The association is purely national In its
character, and is not controlled by real
estate men or any section, and the useiul-
ness of such a body cannot be overestimated.
The Programme of the CAngress
At Buffalo will include an address by the
Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, upon Ulapid
Transit and Suburban Beal Estate," tRd ad
dresses of eqnal importance and interest
will be made by ex-Governor Hubbard, of
Texas, and the Hon. J. Craddoctc Simpson,
ol Montreal; Hon. A. S. Colyar, Nashville,
Tenr..; Hon. Seymour Dexter, Elmira, N. T.;
Hon. Frederick C Bowdltcb, Boston, Mass.,
and Hon. F. C. Moore. President of the Na
tional Board of Fire Underwriters.
Delegates to this congress will find the
city of Buffalo one ot the most magnificent
examples of material prosperity and Ameri
can civilization. Thev will find a city with
SOO.OuO inhabitants, and they will learn that
one-half of the inhabitants of Buffalo bavo
been added to her population during tbe
past 12 years. Thoy will find a municipal
government, w hose rule has been so intelli
gent and progressive that it has been able to
keep pace w lth this unprecedented growth
by extending police, lire and water protec
tion; parks, boulevards and pavements;
schools and churches, and a seweraore svs-
tem lully in keeping with the wants of her
300,000 people, and yet a city whioh leuda 63
American cities in economic taxation.
Of Interest to Visitors.
The visitors will find more than 100 miles
of smooth asphalt pavement, whioh is near
ly twice more miles of this perfect pave
ment than is possessed by any city in the
world. They will find a water snpply, which
furnishes an uullmited quantity of pure
water from Lake Erie to every inhabitant
Buffalo is now the largest coal distributing
point in the world; the largest sheep mar
ket; the largest fresh fisn market, and with
ber suburban rort ot Tonawanda, tho larg
est lumber maikct in the world. Sbo is the
second largest grain, cattle and live stock
maiket in tuo world, and tbe valuo of her
lake and rail commerce places her as the
sixth largest commercial city on the globe.
Tbe five cities which surpass her are Lon
don, Liverpool, New York, Hamburg and
Probably of more general national Inter
est in this real estate congress will be tbe
extension to Buffalo or congratulations by
every visitor upon Buffalo's acquisition of
Niagara Falls water power by the mon
strous tunnel just completed at an expense
of many millions of dollars of Wall street
capital, which will supply to Buffalo 120,000
horse power, for all manufacturing pmposes
'-" electric light.
ana lor electric ugnt, at a cost oi one-iourtn
ana one-nail the cost
pest water power elsewhere in
the world. The Hon. Peter A. Porter, who
was one of the projectors of this tunnel,
will address the congress upon tbe incep
tion, history and completion of the greatest
of the world's engineering feats, and the
entire congress will adjourn to Niagara
Falls to visit the tunnel.
BEAUTIFUL, BEYOND COMPARE.
The Pianos at Klebers', COG "Wood
The musical instruments Just receivedand
on exhibition at H. Kleber & Bra'a music
warerooms, No. SOS Wood street, are objects
of delight and admiration. In the presence
of these master works of Steinway's, Cono
ver's and Opera pianos, as well as the Voca
tion church organs, all other makes must
take a back seat, and this is the reason why
the bulk of the piano and orgau trade is
done by tbe Klebor Bros., for people know,
that no sharp tricks are ever played at Kle
bers' and that they can buy a piano for up
ward of $50 lower than at any other music
Is likely to make its appearance at any time.
Why not take every precaution to escape it?
Buy a "Davis Filter" and you will have done
a great deal in the right direction. Its use
will insure pure water.
PlTTBBUEQ FlLTEB COMPANY.
No SO Saudisky street, Allegheny, Pa.
Fall neckwear. The nobbiest In the city
at James II. Aiken Co.'s, 1C0 Fifth avenue.
1)e Witt's Little Early. Risers. .Best pill
for bilionsness. sick beadacne, malaria
"For the Mies."
COOK BOOK Mailed Free.
Send name and address to
PRICE FLAVORING EXTRACT CO.
74 WARREN STREET
New York City, New York
Trade M&rk refif. Apr. 19, '91.
I will use the De Long Patent
nook ana eye ex
(The Great Parisian
TheDe Lons Patent Hook and Eye.
M. MAY, SONS & CO.
TINE DTEING AND CLEANING;
66 Sixth ave, Pittsburg, Pa.
Now is the uest season for planting and
pruninu trees, laying out of lawns and tak
ing charge of work generally; nlso draining
ELLSWOETH AT., Shadyside, Pittsburg,
Marriage licenses Issued Yesterday.
" Name. ' Jiesldence.
Peter Qnrdl Braddock
f Fedoltns Brohler , Braddock
I Caroline Herbst Braddock
'Francis Ralney Allegheny
(Isabella Morrison Allegheny
BELD At the Episcopal Church
corner Fortieth and Penn avenue. Septem
ber xi, juts. Aiiivr hell, aged 73 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter. 2
DAVIES On Friday, September S3, 1892, at
3 p. v., Annie, only daughter of David J. and
Annie Davies, and nelce of Samnol Bennett,
aged 1 year, 5 months and U days.
Little Annie was our darling,
Pride of all our hearts at home.
But the angel came and whispered,
Little Annie do come home.
Funeral from the residence of her uncle,
812 Seoond avenue, on Sunday, September 23,
at 2:30 p. u. Friends of the family are re
spectfully Invited to attend. 2
EMMBTT On Thursday, September 22.
IS'12, at 2:30 A. u., Catheeine Ejimett, aged 87
years. . v
Funeral from residence of her son, Will,
iam Emmett, Carolina street, foot of Crart
avenue,. Fourteenth ward, on Saturday
jiobnino, 2(th inst, at 8.30. Services at St
Agnes' Church at 9 o'clock A. it Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to at
FISCHEB-On Thursday, September 23,
1392, at II a. m ., C. G. Fischer, aged f7 years.
Funeral from his Inte residence. No. 14
Fourth avenue, on Saturday at 2 p. M. Inter
ment private. 2
GOODFELLOW At the residence of his
son-in-law, Frank L. Bender. No. 169 Slier
field street, Allegheny City, Fbstebio Good
pellow, aged 69 years.
Funeral notice heieafter.
GBIENEK On September 22, at 2538 Le
banon street, Gtstave Griener, aged 1
HAYS At her residence. No. 46 Sedg
wick street, Allegheny, on Friday, Septem
ber 23, 1S92, at 8.30 P. Jt., AMELIA, wife of
Edward E. Hays, in the 30th year of her age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
HAMLEY On Thursday, September 22,
1892, at 10 a. v., Frank Epward, son of Mary
Ann and John Hamley.aged I yearsSmontus
and 22 days.
Funeral from pircnts residence, 3313 Penn
avenue, on Saturday aptebnooit at S
KLEIN On Friday September 23,at 2 A. it.,
Eaiile C. infant son of John H. andLydla
A Klein, aged 7 months.
Funeral service from his parents resi
dence, Mount Troy, Sunday, September 25,
at 2 p. m. Friends or the family are respeot
fully invited to attend.
LEOSEE At Brownsville, Pa., on Friday,
September 23, 1892. Isabel Bowman Leoser.
Funeral sorvices at Christ Church on
Tuesday, September 27. Interment in church
MOON'EY On Thursday, September 22,
1892, at 1 p. M., Annie A. Moonky (neo Mo
Donald), wite of Miohael Mooney, aged 36
Funeral Saturday, September 21, at 8 a.m.,
from her late residence, BIdge avenue,
Thirteenth ward. Friends of tbe family are
respectfully Invited to attend.
MoALEEB On Friday, September 23, 1892,
at 3 p. ii., James HcAleer.
Funeral from the residence of his brother.
.23 Kirkpatrick avenue, Allegheny, on Mon
day, September 26. at 2 r. u. Friends are In
McKINLEY On Thursday, Septembor 22,
1892, at 2 p. M., James J youngest son of
James and Eunice McKinley, aged 2 years, 1
month, 2G days.
The funeral from parents' residence, 3)16
Wayne street, opposite Tbirty.first street,
Thirteenth ward, on Sunday at 2 p.m. The
friends of the family ure respectfully in
vited to attend.
McNAMAKA On September 22, at his
home on Greonleaf street, John McNamaba,
aged 1 yeai.
SCHNEIDER Suddenlv, on Thursday,
September 22, 1892. at 2.30 p. ., Miss Louisa
Schneider, in tbe 52d year of her age.
Funeral services at the residence of her
brother-in-law, Rev. James Dermitt, Hays
ville, Pittsburg, Ft Wayne and Chicago
Railway, on Saturday afternoon, at 1
o'clock. Interment private.
THOMPSON Friday, Septemoer 23.1892. at
12:15 a. m.. Pearl Thompson, oldest daughter
ot W. H. and M. J. Thompson, aged 20 years,
2 mon ths and 15 days.
Funeral from residenco of her parents, 132
Ellsworth streot, Allegheny, on Sunday at
2.30 p. m. Interment private.
VOLKEK On Thursday, September 22,
1892, John Volker, aged 15 years.
Funeral from his late residence, Ashton
street, Allegheny City, on Sunday, Septem
ber 25, 1892, at 2 p. m. Friends of the family
are respectfully Invited to attend.
If you have no appetite. Indigestion,
A Flatulence, Sick-Headache, "all run A
" down" or losing flesh, take """
They tone tip the weak stomach, and
build up tho flagging energies. 25c
BEPEESENTED ITf PITTSBURG IN 1801.
INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets, 9,278.23) CO.
I.oss?i adjusted and paid by
WILLIAM. L. JONES, 64 Fourth ar.
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.,
No. 411 Wood st.
AXEXANDEU NIMICK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON, Vice President
elS-60rrs WM. P. HEEUEET, Secret
0. 1). LEVIS (next Leader)
131 Fifth av..rittabnrsr. Fa
Twenty years solicitor.
SO ADVANCE MERE.
Prices East have Advanced,
Bnt NUT at oar store.
Always have been,
Always will be
The Bottom Figures for
Reliable Goods, with an
Elegant assortment or
The newest patterns to
From 50c to 85c per yard.
From 20c to 75c per yard.
GINNIFF & STEINERT,
WOOD STREET CARPET. HOUSE,
305 WOOD ST.
PITTSBURG CLEAN TOWEL CO.
Have removed to their new building
143 FULTON STEEET,
Through, to 116 Crawford Street.
September 21 and 22,
We will exhibit in our, MILLI
NERY DEPARTMENT latest Paris
fashions in Trimmed Pattern BON
NETS, TOQUES and HATS of our
own direct importation, including all
the approved styles for this season
from the leading French milliners,
also those from the most fashionable
New' York milliners, as well as the
productions of our own workrooms,
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S GOODS.
We continue to make a specialty of
MOURNING MILLINERY, exe
cuting orders on short notice.
HORN E& WARD
41 Fifth Avenue.
wMaKff (lit Pest Hats in teVM
IT SEEMS ODD
That an ill-looking hat alters a man's
appearance completely. Price is not
always the secret of it either.
Knox's world-renowned hats have
a peculiar merit of their own and are
always becoming. The fall styles of
these celebrated hats "are now ready
in Silks and Derbys.
S2 FALL AVONDALE HAT 52.
Our new fall Stiff Hats at $2 and
$3 are perfect marvels of beauty and
durability, and are exact counterparts
of the more expensive 4 and $5
hats. It is folly to look elsewhere
for better value. We save you dol
lars on quality and lit you in head,
mind and purse.
NO. 441 WOOD ST.
Oldest Hat and Fur Housa in Pennsylvania.
Unlaundered Shirts, the regu
lar 50c quality at 38a
Laundered Shirts, slightly
soiled and shopworn, re
duced from $1 to 65a
Fancy Night Shirts, sold all
over the city at 50c, 35c.
Gymnasium Shirts, worth from
$2 to $2.50, at $1.00.
Gray Merino Undershirts and
Drawers, 50c quality at 38a
Striped Merino Shirts, a.
broken lot carried over
from last season, last sea
son's price 50c, this season's
Brown Mixed Cotton Hose,
seamless, worth 12 j4c, at ipc.
English Cotton Half Hose,
seamless, gusseted, worth
20c, at 2JAc
Fine Lisle Half Hose, regular
made; regular price 38c,
40c, 45C1 and 50c, all marked
down to the uniform price
Seamless Knit Half Hose,
blue and Shetland, worth
25c, at 1 8c, or "3 pairs for
Woven Border Handkerchiefs,
warranted fast colors, price
ioc, will be sold at 5a
Woven Border Handkerchiefs,
warranted all linen and fast
colors, price I2c, at ioc.
Colored Border Hemstitched
" Handkerchiefs, all new
goods; regular price I2j4c,
at 9c, or 3 for 25c.
FLEISHMAN & CO.
504, 506 and 508 Market St.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
DR. D. L. ABER, Dentist,
Specialist in crowning, bridging and filling
or tho natural teeth. Prices reasonable and
(satisfaction guaranteea. Uince, 210 Bmitn..
flcia Bt., Pittsburg. an29-xws
200 Remnants and Suit Lengths
fine BLACK GOODS that oeoDle
will buy quick and save a lot of money
on the purchase.
A lot of Imported All-WooLDOL-LAR-A-YARD
and dark colors 35c.
The PRINTED CASHMERE
FINISH FLANNELETTE 32 fin
ches wide at 7 c. No woman has
ever seen the equal at retail, nor did
any merchant ever buy as good at
wholesale at the price. On sale at
Rear End of Dress Goods and Silk
Room, where the Flannel Depart
ment is in its new quarters.
Every remnant of All-Wool Col
ored CASHMERES, FINE DRESS
GOODS AND SUITINGS are at one
ctfnter department in the new SILK
and Dress Goods Room and hun
dreds of people will get good goods
for little money for their children for
fall and winter, and some lengths
have enough in to make a Ladv's
A lot slightly soiled, good, All
Wool White Country Blankets at in
Also, good Comforts and Quilts
Some soiled and others broken lines
or assortments at such little prices
to-day that they will go fast.
Special Sale Cloth Jackets.
Now is your time to purchase an early fall
Jacket at the right price.
Leaders in Cloth Garments,
COR. WOOD ST. AND FIFTH AVE.
jeweler. New orkdono
to order. Low prices a
Lash paid for old gold
541 Smithfield Street.
Pfrrade-Marly j .
THE NEWEST SHADES
THE LATEST STYLES
THE HOST DURABLE
None genuine unless stamped P. &P.
For sale by
ROSENBAUM & CO.,
510-518 Market St.
68$ fS"4 M
" , i,.,.?T-e' vJJB'
We are open for business in fine shape. Every department
of our mammoth store is crowded with the very articles you
need at this season of the year. We expect a rush and are
fully prepared for it
IN MEN'S CLOTHING
1 1 u a r o-"" 1 1 1
IN BOYS' CLOTHING
We are showing scores of cute and striking novelties made
exclusively for us. And the prices we are asking for them are
novel, too. Not novel to us and patrons, perhaps, but novel to
those who are accustomed to pay a high price for a really stylish
and artistic garment.
No parent can but be pleased with the showing of clothing
for the little ones which we make this fall
To-day, Saturday, in our Boys' Department we give with
every sale of $2 and up a large and
HANDSOME STORY BOOK, -
Containing 160 pages of wholesome reading matter for the little
ones. Matter which will amuse, interest; please and instruct
them. Don't fail to get your boy a copy.
300 TO 400 MARKET ST.
M. "W. COB. PEM7C AVE. A7CD SIXTH ST., riTTSBUBG, PA.
LARGEST AND MOST PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS COLLEGE IN WESTERK PENN1
Send for New Illustrated Circular, sivinc fnll particulars, mailed free.
Address. J. C. SMITH'S SON.
Evening Sessions becin Monday. September 26. Telephone IMS.
Grccnnnch Street and Gas Alley.
OFFICE, 106 GRANT ST.
Youghiogheny Gas and Steam
49-Prompt service to manufacturers and consumers generally.
THIS INK IS MANUFACTURED
J. HARPER BONNELL CO.,
2 SUIT SPECIALS!
These are not-old patterns nor slop shop work,
but stylish, solid, strictly All-Wool Cheviot Double
Breasted Suits of superb quality and finish made
by tailors that understand their business. Suits
better than you ever bought at $16, iut our price
mind you is only
1 r. ' Sw
NO; 2 FOR BOYS.
For youths who wish to dress
stylishly at little cost, but who
would not wear a suit that looks cheap,
here's just the thing. An All-Wool Cheviot
Double-Breasted Suit swell as can be. A
quality you've willingly paid $14 for, but our
price is think of it only
v 161-163 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
The assortment we show is
one from which no gentleman
can turn away unsatisfied, no
matter what style of a suit he
may be looking for nor what
price he may desire to pay.
Every fabric is represented in
the mammoth showing and
every style that's new is here.
That sounds like a big state
ment, but you'll tire of looking
at the diversity of materials
shown long before you've seen
half the line.
The double-breasted style is
easily in the lead, and of these "
at all prices the showing is very
Prime values at $ i o, $ 1 2, $ 1 4,
$16 and $18.,
COAL CO., LTD.,
T. S. KNAP, MANAGER
Coal. White and River Sand.
with river sand.
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