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THE PHTSBUHG DISPATCH, PRHJAT, JTQyEMBER 18, 1892.
THE FIGtfMHOW ON,
.Randall Clubmen Earnestly
Engaged in a Squabble
for the Presidency.
IT HAS A DOUBLE MEANING.
Winner of the Contest
Kame the Postmaster.
THIS IS THE SAT.
EEPDBLICANS MEET AND DISAGREE
A Free-for-All Eacs for tho republican
BEINHAUER. BECEI TS A BIKGING BOOM
The fight for the Pittaburf postoffice has
broken into the P-ands.ll Clnb, and that
faithful Democratic organization is torn
from stem to stern by the conflict The
club will shortly elect a President. S. A.
Duncan, the present incumbent, is a candi
date for re-election. He is also a
candidate for "ie Pittsburgh postoffice.
If re-elected President of the Ban
dall Clnb it is argued by the
other applicants for the postoffice that Mr.
Duncan would use the power of the Randall
Club to hoist him into the postoffice and
assist him in controlling the other federal
patronage ;n "Western Pennsylvania.
As a result the other applicants for the
3?ittsbnrg Postoffice, who are also members
of the Randall Club, hare combined against
ilr. Duncan, and are urcing the election of
George Fleming to tho Presidency of the
club. The fight is just now at melting
heat. Fleming is being earnestly backed
by John B. Larkin and T. O'Leary, Jr.,
irhile Mr. Duncan's campaign is in the
lands of John 3IcCrickart, -who is the
recognized leader of the young element in
A similar fight occurred in the club a
year ago, when Mr. Duncan was elected
President. At that time he was opposed by
those who are opposing him now. His
friends now contend that the position of
postmaster will be decided by the club
election, and they are therefore throwing
all their forces into the fight.
The Fleming people contend that the clnb
ficht can have nothing to do with the post
office appointment, but they are decidedly
in earnest in securing the Presidency of the
club in order to eive all their force to John
B. Xarkin for postmaster.
The Great Press Clnb Benefit Will Take
Place TnJs Afternoon.
The great Press Clnb benefit will take
place at the Duquesne Theater this after
noon. The honse will be handsomely dec
orated by John R. & A. Murdoch Robert
C Patterson will present the performers
with beautiful basket of flowers. There is
no doubt that when the sale of
seats stops this afternoon standing room
will be at a premium. George S. Fleming
yesterday sent a check for 525 for two seats.
He says the newspaper boys helped to make
his business a success. The Pittsburg
Transfer Company has offered its cab serv
ice to carry the artists to and from the the
ater. James 0'27eil sends a check of $23
for six seats to be riven to as manv orphans
from the Allegheny Home of the Friendless.
In a characteristic letter Stuart Bobson
incloses a check of 530 tor a seat to be gh en
to the handsomest member of the club. An
interesting souvenir programme has been
prepared by Percv F. Smith. Harry "Will
iams sends a cheek for $25 for a seat behind
the man that plays the big fiddle at the
benefit "W. H. Powers also puts up 510 for
a place to sit down at the (how. The
stace managers of the various com
panies met at the theater yesterday, and
elected John A. "Wise, of the Gloriana
Company, to superintend the performances.
Only two boxes and a lew seats are left to
be sold. The performance begins at 1
o'clock sharp. Lite last night "Dr. Rill
Sanimis" telegraphed Harry Schwab to pay
$10 for a seat to be occupied by himself.
Miss Helen Russell, the celebrated actress
who comes trom Kew York to appear at the
benefit, telegraphed from Harrisburg last
night that she will recite a selection written
by Ella "Wheeler "Wilcox, entitled "False."
Miss Alice Raymond, the cornetist who
comes from Buffalo, will play the "Infiani
matus" from Rosini's Stabat Mater.
PLEASED THEM ALL
Frank Garvin Is Found Guilty of
HIS FB1ENDS WELL SATISFIED.
Eundred-Dollar mistake Carried
Court a fecond Time.'
THE KEWS OP THE COUSTI COURTS
LEFT. THEIB "WAGOHS BEHIHD.
Residents of the 27th Ward Meet
Hear Some Earnest Speeches.
The straightout Republican meeting in
ihe Twenty-seventh ward school house last
night resolved itself into a genuine boom
for Alderman Beinbauer and resulted at
least in the firing of the first gun in the
ipproaching Mayoralty fight.
The meeting was attended by about 200
people, a great majority of whom were
erorkingnien. Lew is Klyle presided. L. K.
Porter, who was a candidate lor District
Attorney on the straightout Republican
ticket a vear ago, was the first speaker. He
is an eloquent talker. He is young and
rather handsome, and he seems at peace
irith all the world save the alleged political
josses of Pittsburg. He talked of the
peculiar methods of the local leaders, and
Aid Kith apparent regret tbat the jury
lystcm was not perfect He talked glow
ngly of the school system, and he advised
til p'resent to vote lor Mr. Beinhauer for
Mr. Beinhauer was himself the next
ipeaker. He emphatically condemned the
nauagement of the city's affairs, and con
ended with some earnestness that the peo
sle of the Twenty-seventh ward paid more
Axes than the residents of the East End.
With proper regard for himself and his can
didacy, he asked all present to vote for him
for Mayor, and if elected lie pledged him-
telf to reform the affairs ot the municipality.
Several other short and interesting
speeches were made before the meeting ad
lourned, and while the crowd were dis
persing repeated cheers went up lor Mr.
Beinhauer, whom they generously termed
the next Mayor ot Pittsburg.
F. C Beinhauer is a Republican. He
was a member of the City Councils three
rears ago from the Twenty-ninth ward.
The ward in which the meeting was Held
last night is strongly Democratic.
Mysterious Disappearance of a Small Tribe
There are three covered wagons standing
at the corner of Twenty-sixth and Small
man streets which the owners can have by
calling lor and they will do the police a
favor by taking them away.
About 5 o'clock Tuesday evening three
wagons loa led with gipsies drove up Penn
avenue, turned down Twenty-sixth street
and stopped at the corner of Smallman.
The occupants alighted and built a fire and
started to cook supper. A knot of curious
persons gathered around, which finally
gren into a crowd. Officer Sam Miller on
making his round found the odd travelers
camped on his beat and ordered them to
move. They paid no immediate attention
to his orders, but went on eating their
The officer made his round and in the
course of an hour returned. He found that
tbev had left, taking their horses, dogs,
children and all their baggage, but leaving
the wagons standing in the road. He sup
posed that they had only gone some place
to stay all night and paid no further atten
tion to the matter. They did not return
"Wednesdav nor all dar Thursdav and now
the officer is very much worriedover what
shall be done with the wagons. "Where the
gipsies went and how they went is a mys
tery. Ko person can be found who saw
them go, and nothing has been seen or
heard of them since.
As The Dispatch predicted, the jury in
the trial of Frank Garvin for the killing of
his wife returned a verdict yesterday of
voluntary manslaughter. Tho jury came in
at 9.30, and, after the usual formalities, an
nounced that their verdict was cuilty of
involuntary manslaughter. Judge McClung
declined to receive the verdict, which he
said could not be reached under the indict
ment, and directed them to retire and re
consider. They accordingly left the jury
box, and were absent 20 minutes before they
returned with a verdict of guilty of volun
tary manslaughter, recommending the pris
oner to the extreme mercy of the court
The court room was crowded, and the rela
tives of the prisoner were present in force.
The sisters of Frank Garvin were especially
noticeable by reason of their great joy at
the verdict. The Hon. Thomas M. Mar
shall remarked that he had alwavs been
sure that the jury would not hang his client.
"When the cae was first brought to Mr.
Marshall he had remarked that he thought
his neck was as much in danger as Gar
vin's. It is nnderstood that the verdict of vol
untary manslaughter was a compromise be
tween the majority, who wanted a verdict
of guilty of murder of the second degree,
and the minority, who favored acquittal.
The family of the prisoner were well satis
fied with the verdict, which they hope does
not involve imprisonment for more than
five years the utmost is 12 and the Dis
trict Attorney is fairly well satisfied with a
conviction on any count
DAY AND SATURDAY!
A JANUARY CLEARING SALE
IN II MIDDLE OF NOVEI
I DOES IT MEAN ?
V i El E R
A MISTAKE OF A HUNDRED
D0NT BLAHE H'KINLEY.
Mr. Lynch Says Ex-Speaker Reed Is
sponsible for the Tariff law.
"W. A. Lynch, a prominent Democratic
awyer of Canton, was in the city yester
lay on his way to Xew York. Mr. Lynch
iras very much surprised over the victory
of his party, and he says McKinleyism is
responsible for the result. He is a warm
friend and admirer, however, of the Major.
"It behooves the Governor," he said, "to
ie low now, and take advantage of Demo
:ratic blunders. If the countrv should go
o the dozs under Cleveland's rule, Mc
Kinlev will be a bigger man than ever, but
,f it should be demonstrated that the tariff
hasn't much to do with the commercial
prosperity of the States, then McKinleyism
is dead forever. But it isn't lair to hold
the Major responsible lor the Republican
policy. He is not in reality the
:bampiou of protection. Ex-Speaker
Reed is the man who pushed the tariff bill
:hrnnrh the House. McKinley is too amia-
ale, not aggressive enough, and if he had
ieen Speaker the bill would never have
THEY FAILED TO AGREE.
RANSACKED THE ROOM.
AFcnn Atenne Boarding House Keeper
the Yictimof aClCTcr Swindler.
A very clever swindler succeeded in get
ting S200 worth of jewelry out of the board
ing house of Daniel McCauley at 3145 Penn
avenue yesterday afternoon.
About 4 o'clock a well dressed man, wear
ing a silk hat and kid gloves, applied at the
house for lodging. He sermed very
fastidious about his room and board, but
finally decided to take a double room,
together with another man named Albert
Anderson. He said he had some letters to
write and Mr. McCauley got him
pen and ink. In the course of
an hour- Mr. McCauley returned
to the room to see if the new boarder
wished anything. He found it vacant
Not only was the boarder gone, bnt several
articles of value were missing. The room
had been thoroughly rummaged, every
bureau drawer open and the contents thrown
on the floor. A coat and a vest in which
were a gold watch and chain, a diamond
stud and a pair of diamond earrings were
among the articles missed. The police were
notified and were given a description of the
man. They hope to have him in custody
Gets a Man Twice Into the Criminal Court.
In Criminal Court yesterday the case of
Alderman Blcichner against Henry Jack
son for the larceny of $100 was tried for the
second time. Bleichner claims that, as
secretary of a building and loan associa
tion, he paid Jackson 100 too much money
by mistake, and the latter kept it At a
former trial Jackson was convicted, but a
new trial was secured. The jury is out in
Charles Reed, a deaf mute, charged with
assault and battery on Stella Griffin, aeed
11 years, was acquitted. John Marshall was
found not guilty of the charge of stealing
f59 from George Zarrac, in Snowdtn town
ship, on JulyL The jury in the case of J.
C Dicken against Edward Bailey, an action
for the embezzlement of funds belonging to
uicKen s Dries: business, tried on Wednes
day, returned a verdict of not guilty.
It means, that in order to make room for an immense stock of Holiday Goods, we desire, nay, WE MUST get rid of
all surplus stock. First of all comes our Notions and Small WaresDep'artment. This department will, on December i, be re-.
moved to the second floor to very limited quarters. Therefore, prices must be slaughtered and stock condensed.
From this date until December i we shall sell, if the stock last:
OUR EH DEPIB1EIIT
Will also be moved to the second floor during the holidays. The goods gp
up, but the prices go away down.
These goods will be spread out on counters in front of the Lace De
partment, the prices marked in plain figures at about 40 per cent less than
regular prices. These Embroideries will be sold by the strip only, ranging
in length from 1 to 4 yards. .
4z-inch Swiss Skirting reduced from 50c and 60c to , ,
One lot extra fine 42-inch Swiss Skirting reduced from 75c to .
One lot extra fine quality Swiss Skirting reduced from 1 to
One lot Swiss Skirting reduced from 1 1. 25 to . .
One lot 27-inch Swiss Skirting reduced from 25c, 30c, 35c and 40c to
100 pieces Cambric Flouncings, former prices 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c and
50c, all reduced to ......
125 pieces Hamburg Flouncings reduced from 25c to . i2jc
80 pieces White Hamburg Embroideries reduced from 15c and 18c to 9c
40 pieces Hamburg Edgings reduced from 1 2 c to
Narrow Cambric and Swiss Embroidery reduced from 12c and 15c to
Narrow Cambric and Swiss Embroidery reduced from 9c and 1 2c to
Narrow Cambric and Swiss Embroidery reduced from 6c, 7c and 8c to
Narrow Cambric and Swiss Embroidery reduced from 4c and 5c to .
Refuse to Give Rights of Way.
Five bills in equity were filed yesterday
against the Pennsylvania Company. The
plaintiffs are George H. Nichols, William
J White, Mrs. William J. White, G. A.
Wilson and S. P. Woodsides and wife, own
ers of lands in Killbuck and Alieppo town
ships. They allege the defendant company
is about to take additional land for its right
ot war, and in doing so will damage their
properties. They assert the company has
no legal right to do so, and wast injunc
tions to restrain It
THROWN FROM HER HORSE.
Miss Henricks Sleets "With an Unfortunate
Mishap on a Crowded Street
As two ladies on horseback were passing
along Smithfield street in front of City Hall
yesterday afternoon the horse of one of
them scared at an electric car. The beast
reared and plunged, his rider bravely en
deavoring to stpady him, until finally he
slipped and nearly lelL The lurch threw
her head foremost to the street, her foot
catching in the stirrup. Bevond a few
slight bruises the young lady is none the
worse for her exciting experience.
She was covered with mud and dust, and
her habit was slightly torn. The young
lady is a daughter of J. R. Henricks, of
The carriage of Mrs. Ben Moore, of 430
South Negley avenue, collided with Mrs.
W. A Nimick's carriage at Oakland
Wednesday evening. Miss Esther Moore
was thrown to the pavement by the shock,
but not dangerously hurt
Arrested for Riot
The suit of J. P. Shoemaker against the
Pittsburg.'Allegheny and Manchester Trac
tion Company and John H. Dalzell, Presi
dent, and G. T. Greenwood", manager, is on
trial belore Judge Collier. The case is an
action for damages for alleged false arrest
During the recent strike on the Pittsburg,
Allegheny and Manchester line Shoemaker
was arrested on a charge of riot, a crowd of
persons having stoned a car, broken the
windows, eta He was the wrong man, is
is claimed, and was discharged, there being
no evidence against him.
Local Republican Leaders Talk of the
The leaders of the Republican party in
Pittsburg met yesterday in C L. Magee's
ifSce to decide, if possible, whom they
irould select as the Republican candidate
"or Mayor. The meeting was well attended,
md the relative strength of the several can
lidates was liberally discussed. No conciu
uon was reached, however.
It is well known that the conspicuous
.eiders are divided on the matter of nam
ng a candidate, and, while no ugly feeling
leveloped at the meeting, it is probable the
several candidates will be allowed to make
.heir own fight for the nomination.
Many of the Republican leaders are con
ending tl.at a business man who has not
seen identified with politics should be
named as the candidate for Mayor, but the
probable decision ot toe leaders to allow a
ro-ss-you-please fight for the nomination
rill likely shut out the non-partisan people.
Colonel Hudson Spreading Out.
A petition in the interest of Colonel
Hudson's candidacy to be postmaster at
'itubnrg is being circulated at Braddock.
t is being liberally signed by the soldier
dement and the Knights Templar.
Struck by a Cable Car.
Mrs. Mary Park, was struck by a cable car
& Fifth avenue and Pride street at G
'clock yesterday afternoon. One leg was
token and her skull was fractured. She
ras taken to tie Mercy Hospital for treat
aent, and last night was so low that no
opes were entertained of her recovery.
Irs. Park is 70 years of age andlives on
larion street, near where the accident oc-urrtd,
HeaTy Damages for False Arrest
In the suit of John Beck and wife, ot
McKeesport, against Charles H. Cook, J.
M. Piper and J. B. McMarlin, a verdict
was given yesterday for J5.000 for the
plaintiffs as against Cook and McMarlin,
and for the defendant as to Piper. The
suit was for damages for the alleged false
arrest of Mrs. Beck. She was charged by
Cook before 'Squire McMarlin with being
an accessory to the murder of Miss
Margaret Douglass. Constable Piper
served the warrant She was placed in
jail but the grand jury ignored the bill.
Anti-Cruelty Society W1U Investigate.
The attention of the Allegheny police
has been called to the case ol Tommy
Kaliesk, a boy whose father is a grocer on
Main street, Allegheny. The boy has not
lived at home recently. On Wednesday
while eating kupperat the house of a friend
be became ill and is said to be in a serious
condition. It is alleged that he was not
given proper treatment at home. The anti
Cruelty Society has been asked to investi
gate the matter.
To-Day's Trial Lists.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Syl
vester Critclilow (murder), Lew McAllister,
C W. Cowles et ai, Daniel Barker, James
Scauill et al, J. H. Mehaffey, William Weed.
Common Fleas No. 1 Googins vs Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery Company, Deener vs
Montgomery et al, Filson v Wenke ot nx,
Jackman vs Murphy et al, Hungtmsidon vs.
Williams et al, same vs. same. Wolf vs.
Porter, Reader vs. Porter, Beckwith vs.
Flynn, Chatauqua Lake Ice Company vs.
Liudol, Dyer vs. r"ilier et al.
Common Pleas No. 2 Conioy vs Times,
Rox vs Schutte, Werrau vs West, Beitanette
etuxvsJutte et al, Flaccm & Son vs Ed
wards & Co., Reich vs Philadelphia Com
Bany, Bennett vs the Phi adelnhla Company,
ocliran vs Tiethway & Co . Limited, Cutler
vs Sutmeyer. Woods vsBeymer.Mellon Bros,
Common Pleas No. S Doylo vs fehefller,
Heyl A Patteison vs Winflold Mineral Com
pany, Picard vs Hazelbnrt, same vs ranie,
carfutlieis vs Canio Furnace Company,
MohHn vs Yates, Holmes use vs Kay Bios.
Co., rinnT vs Elcho Oil Company, Limited,
Trauorman & Bro. vs Faulkliaber, Hnusgy
vs Beainer, lieidt vs Datt, 0.ikes vs Lowe.
Genuine Columbia Gcrmantown Wool reduced from $2 a pound to.. .1.00
Fine Saxony Yarn reduced from 12c a cut to 7c
Good Crocheting Silk reduced from 30c a ball to 20c
Best English Pins reduced from 15c a paper to nc
Good English Pins reduced from 10c a paper to 5c
Good English Pins reduced from 5c a paper to 2c
American Pins reduced from 3c a paperto ic
Clinton Safety Pins reduced from 12c a dozen to ,. 8c
Clinton Safety Pins reduced from 8c a dozen to 5c
Lindsay Safety Pins reduced from 7c a dozen to., 3c
Lindsay Safety Pins reduced from jc a dozen to 2c
Good Belt Pins reduced from 6c a dozen to.... 3c
Best Mourning Pins reduced from 10c a box to 6c
Mourning Pins reduced from 5c a box to 3c
Hat Pins reduced from 10c a dozen to 4c
Imported Mixed Pins reduced from 22c a box to 15c
Imported Mixed Pins reduced from 7c a box to 4c
Book Pins reduced from 12c a paper to - 7c
Needle Books reduced from 8c to 4C
English's best Needles reduced from 5c a paperto 3c
Milward's best Needles reduced from 5c a paper to 3c
Watson's Needles reduced from 4c a paper to 2c
Darning Needles reduced from 5c a paper to 4c
Rubber Hair Pins reduced from 12c a box to 6c
Steel Point Hair Pins reduced from 5c a paper to 3c
AVire Hair Pins, assorted in boxes, reduced from 12c a box to 8c
Wire Hair Pins, assorted in boxes, reduced from 6c to 3c
Crimping Pins reduced from 18c a dozen to 9c
Common Sense Hair Crimpers reduced from 5c a paper to 2c
Kid Hair Crimpers reduced from 25c a dozen to 15c
Kid Hair Crimpers reduced from i2jc a dozen to 8c
Kid Hair Crimpers reduced from 10c a dozen to 5c
Cotton Corset Lacers reduced from 8c a dozen to 5c
E'astic Corset Lacers reduced from 5c apiece to 3c
Silk Corset Lacers reduced from 15c each to , 9c
Dress Lacers reduced from 10c a dozen to 5c
Shoe Lacers reduced from 6c a dozen to 3c
Corset Clasps reduced from Sceach to - 4c
Corset Clasps reduced from ioceach to 5c
Kid Covered Corset Clasps reduced from 12c each to 7c
Kid Coveied Corset Clasps, extra quality, reduced from 18c to 9c
Side Steels reduced from 10c to 5c
Side Steels reduced from 15c to 9c
Shoe Hooks reduced from 5c each to 2c
Shoe Hooks reduced from 6c to 3c
Glove Buttoners reduced from 5c each to , ic
Tracing Wheels reduced from 6c to 3c
U IIS NG
English CongregationaUsts' 3 eeting-.
The English CongregationaUsts of the
Southside will meet at Sleaugmann's Hall,
Carson and Twenty-first streets, on Sunday
afternoon. The meeting will be presided
over by Rev. Dr. John Edwards, pa Jtor of
the Pifth Avenue Congregational Church.
Rev. Dr. Jones, of Philadelphia, in the
evening will deliver an address on the "Re
cent International Council in London," to
which he was a delegate, and he will give
his impressions of the chauges be noticed
Tost of the School Appropriation.
City Treasurer Denniston yesterday re
ceived a State warrant for f 92,908, being the
balance of the public school appropriation
for the present year. The city's total ap
propriation was 192,968 Gti.
The Hum of tho Conrts.
Emma Pnrcsixn tias granted a divorce
from Henry L. Prlesler on the ground of
The First National Bank of Brnddock yes
terday issued another execution against S.
Noiler, of tho firm of Fisher & Co., for
A soit-surr was entered against the plain
tiff in the garnishee proceedings or John
Schi-einer asainst J. P. Kershaw, garnishee
01 Fred Kershaw.
Is the case of Longfellow, Alden & Har
low asainst fl. Darlington, to recovor for
furnishing architects' plans for a house, a
verdict was given for the defendant.
Avsbdict for the defendants was given
yesterday in the caso of G. W. Bock, of Mill
vale, against William II. Walker and Conrad
Uemhardr,an action for damages for alleged
A verdict of $947 for the plaintiff wa
given in the caso of B. M. Dickson against
John Renefeth, Andiew Waffoslo, E E. Kis
kaden and Winfield scotl, an action on an
I3 tho case of E. W. Powers against
Charles McDonald, for damages lor slander,
a vei diet was given yesterday for $100 for
the plaintiff. Powers alleged McDonald
called him a thief and a znurdorer.
Execctioks amounting to $16,780 21 were
issued yesterday against BT F. Rynd, the
lumber dealer. The writs were usued by
Attorney 3. C Dicken in belwlf or Ellen J.
Rynd for the sums of $11,030 21 and $5,''30.
In the matter of the voluntary assignment
or the Iron City Electric Company to James
Gannon for tho benefit of creditors the
Court yesterday appointed Francis W. Will
ett, S. B. Cluluy and J. H. Silverman ap
praisers of the assignor's effects.
Ik the United States Circuit Court yester
day the Jury disagreed in the case or U. B.
Willey, the contractor, against a M. Smith,
a lumberman of Warren. Pa. The suit was
for $3,300, claimed to bo duo Willey from
transactions between them. The Jury had
been out alt night and was discharged. A
new trial wUl be necessary.
John V. Jenkins, while walking along
Bntler street Tuesday night, was struck In
toe nana ny a. snot irom a uodot rine. he ), u nome ayeine u a ., wuen
uu uv wc ua n u-uwb h wvi Htws ueab cone witu uiunona vjet.
A Fortunate School Teacher.
One of the lidy teachers la tbe High School has &
iltts that sbe is Terr proud ot tot it cost her bat a
few dimes. It is only ber gray serge dyed a stylish
navy blue, and worn with a cardinal silk Test made
oat of last year's blouse ayed orcr.
Sbe began it all Jnst to see if Diamond Dyes really
would do an that people uld. Hhe had no faith In
home dyeing, and sending It to a dyer's was so ex
pensive and annoying but once begun, sbe did
not stop 'till shbad an entirely acw outfit. The
coto'Vare strong, beautiful and absoluhly fast,aod
Tracing Wheels, extra quality, reduced from 15c to
Darning Eggs reduced from 6c to . . .
Darning Eggs, better quality, reduced from 9c to . . .
Tape Measures reduced from 5c to . . . . .
5-foot Tape Measures, in metal cases, reduced from 30c to .
5-foot Tape Measures, in metal cases, reduced from 25c to
Black Sewing Silk, 100 yards, reduced from 8c a spool to .
Black Buttonhole Tivist reduced from 2jc each to . .
Black Skirt Braid reduced from 5 c to . . . . .
Bias Velveteen Skirt Braid, all colors, reduced from 15c to ,
Initials for Marking Linen reduced from 8c a dozen to . .
Leather Knee Protectors reduced from 38c a pair to .
Stockinette Knee Protectors reduced from 25c a pair to
Skirt Lifters reduced from 25c each to . . . ,
Genuine Dexter's Knitting Cotton reduced from 8c a ball to .
Knitting Cotton reduced from 5c a ball to . . .
Darning Cotton reduced from 8c a dozen to . . .
Darning Wool reduced from 18c a dozen to . .
Silk Elastic reduced from 25c a yard to . .
Better quality Silk Elastic reduced from 35 and 40c a yard to.
Cotton Elastic reduced from 5c a yard to . . .
Better Cotton Elastic reduced from 1 2c a yard to
Ladies' Silk Side Supporters reduced from 25 c a pair to .
Ladies' Gored Belt Silk Supporters reduced from 50c a pair to .
Ladies' Gored Belt Silk Supporters reduced from 75c a pair to
Ladies' Silk Garters reduced from Si to . . .
Ladies' Warren Hose Supporters reduced from 25c to. ,
Misses' Warren Hose Supporters reduced from 20c to .
Babies' Warren Hose Supporters reduced from 15c to .
Lindsay's Gored Belt Supporters for Ladies reduced from 30c to
Lindsay's Side Supporters for Ladies reduced from 25 c to .
Lindsay's Misses' Side Supporters reduced from 15c to .
Lindsay's Babies' Side Supporters reduced from i2jc to 10c
Ladies' Safety Belts reduced from 25c to 19c
Ladies' Gored Belts reduced from 15c to 10c
Ladies' Combination Supporters reduced from 50c to 39c
Ladies' Shoulder Supporters reduced from 50c to 32c
Misses' Shoulder Supporters reduced from 35c to 24c
Garter Buckles reduced from 25c a pair to ........ . 18c
Garter Buckles reduced from 8c a pair to.
Bone Crochet Hooks reduced from 5c each to
Emeries reduced from 8c each to. ...
Turkish Wash Rags reduced from 3c to . t
Turkish Wash Rags reduced from 5c to
Turkish Wash Rags reduced from 8c to, ,
Beltings reduced from 20c apiece to . , .
Extra quality Beltings reduced from 25 c to . , ,
Casing reduced from 15c apiece to . . , . '
Extra quality Casing reduced from 20c to . .
Taffeta Ribbon reduced from 15c apiece to . . . . .
Hook and Eye Tape reduced from 150 a yard to . . , .
Patent Hook and Eye Tape reduced from 30c a yard to . ,
Patent Hooks and Eyes reduced from 8c a dozen to . . . ,
Protection Hooks and Eyes reduced from 8c a dozen to . .
Bent Hooks and Eyes reduced from 5c a card of two dozen to . .
Hooks and Eyes, two-dozen on a card, reduced from 3c to . .
Covered Steels reduced from 8c a dozen to .... .
Best Covered Whalebones reduced from 25c a dozen to . .
Shoe Buttons reduced from 6c a gross to
White Bone Buttons for underwear reduced from 25c a gross to .
White Bone Buttons, smaller size, reduced from 20c a gross to . .
Black Pant Buttons reduced from i2jc a gross to . . .
Black Pant Buttons, larger size, reduced from 18c a gross to . .
Good Stockinette Dress Shields reduced from 8c a pair to . .
Larger size Stockinette Dress Shields reduced from 10c a pair to
Extra large size Stockinette Dress Shields reduced from i2c a pair to
Extra quality Rubber Dress Shields reduced from 28c a pair to
One lot of Pearl Buttons, including lines that have been 12c, ic, 18c,
20c and 25c a dozen, all reduced to the uniform price of . 10c a doz
Selling Cheap in Order to Make Room for Holiday Goods.
Graters, extra strong and large 4c
Comb Cases, nicely japanned , ; 4c
Nickel Plated Cuspidors, fluted 17c
Gold Paint, ready mixed, with brush 10c
Extra Good Scrubbing Soap, 10 cakes for 25c
Machine Oil, extra large bottle , 3c'
Blue and White Enameled Steel or Tea Pots, large size 69c
Blue and White Enameled Steel Sauce Pans, large size 49c
Wooden Chopping Bowls, good size ....
Root Scrubbing Brushes, best material . .
Clothes Lines, 90 feet, extra good quality ...
Parlor Tables with round tops, elegantly finished
Shelf Oilcloth in great variety of patterns, per yard . .
Genuine Ostrich Duster, worth 15c, at . . , .
Wall Splashers, plain or painted . . .
Shelf Paper, per dozen ...
Genuine Fiber Pails, indestructible ....
Towel Arms, 3 arms, worth 15 c, at . . . .
Wash Benches, tripod shaped . . . . .
Carved Imported Wall Brackets, worth 25c, at
Window Blinds, best quality, full size ....
Work Baskets, in great variety of patterns ....
Ironing Boards, with stand, worth Si. 75, at . . .
Genuine Acme Curtain Stretcher, every one warranted .
Genuine Brook's Crystal Soap for scouring, 10 cakes for .
Metal Umbrella Stands, with brass trimmings . . .
Genuine Brass Bird Cages, with bracket and spring complete
Torches with extinguisher, nickel or brass ...
Gas Lighters, 30 in a box, pure wax, per box . .
Asbestos Iron Holders, do not burn your hand ...
Asbestos Mat, prevents food from burning ...
Picture Molding Hooks, each . . ,
Coat Hangers ........
Extra Good House Hammer, worth 50c, at . . .
Genuine Rogers' Knives and Forks, strictly first-class, 6 knives and
6 forks St.ie
Genuine Rogers' German Silver Teaspoons, per set, 6 in set . 45c
Genuine Rogers' German Silver Tablespoons, 6 in set . t 95 c
Silver-plated Nut Picks, 6 in set, per set .... , 25c
Triple-plated Tea Set, consisting of sugar bowl, creamer and spoon -
holder, heavily gilded 4.48
Hair Pin Tray, salt and pepper shakers, and toothpick holders, latest
patterns, your choice at . . ....
Japanese Oatmeal Bowls, in nice decorations ... 5c
Thin Blown Tumblers, worth 5c, at 3c
Finest English Porcelain Dinner and Tea Set combined, worth $20, t
elegantly decorated in bright colors, at . . . .$12.75
Crystal Glass Pickle Dishes, latest pattern .... 3c
Bone Dishes, nicely decorated with gold band .... 6c
Glass Table Set, consisting of sugar Bowl, creamer, butter dish and
spoonholder complete at ,....,. 35c
Japanese Air Moisteners, with brass chain, complete . . . 39c
Banquet Lamps, latest patterns, with large linen shads , . $1.98
Molasses Pitchers, with nickel tops, nicely decorated . . 35c
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MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.