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Angered at Mother's Reproof of
His Conduct, John B. Peters
I* Kills Self.
In a sieden burst of fury at being
raided for bis wlldness. John B. Pe?
ters, twenty lean oM. last night,
while sitting on his bed at hia aaf
enU- home. '5 Ejsi Fourth Street,
Boutfc Rt'hmond fired a bullet through
his throat. Death resulted in a few
In ili* ? ooni with I'eterb at the time!
waa his i iother. Mra. Charles Peters. '
The-son, who was employed at Miller!
& Mille- ? ii.nlehed worK at 1 o'clock .
i-nd had ,;ot gone to Iiis home, only I
three Mocks, Jistarce. until nearly 10 j
o'clock. ;jsi a lew minutes before ht |
commit'..-, tba act Ills father had
retired and was aslep. Mrs Peters !
btgan to Talk to hlsg about mending
bi? ways. aTlthoHt answering, he i
reached i-neath his pillow for the re- j
\ ilver mid fired once. With blood
aoreamii g Iron; the wound, lie fell on j
hie ft ? In that position he was
found b> pasaaiabX- who were attracted I
tiy the Sv reams of the frightened moth?
er. Tr>- pistol was found in the cor- !
eef, where it bad fallen from his hand.
The city ambulance was summoned, |
hut hsswrd its arrival th# young man
whs dead In the meanwhile the Po- j
J'ce had been B ?titled and had taken '
charge. Captain A. S Wright sent for ,
Coroner John W. Rrodnax, who viewed
the body and pronounced the case one
The buhet had entered the "body a
few Inches benesth the collarbone. It
>iad taken an upward course, severing:
the carotid artery. The sudden flow
of blood to the Hirers waa the cause of
the death. Coroner Brodnax turned
the body over to B. H. ilorrissette tt
Peters as far as could be learned,
was of a bright, sunny disposition.
He has been working for several years."
lttn.Tl--a.va SHOW GAINS
rVkea the Railroads De Good Business AH
the Country la Prosperous. j
Keturnt for August of gfty representative
ralireads. op*rat!ns In all sections of Ike
?ouotry. with a mileage of approximately'
lC?0u. shew an Increase in cross earnings '<
e" 10.44 per cant and an increase In net earn?
ing* of WSS per cent. This compsre-e with
sn increase In prose of ifl.43 per cent and an
tncrease of 12.49 per cent in act for the
month of July. Operating ratio, exclusive
?f taxea. but Including net results of outalde
Good Clothes?and Economical
That style and quality need not be expensive is a
fact satisfactorily demonstrated in our showing of
Fall and Winter Suits garments that will fulfill
the requirements of the most critical men, yet
priced within the means of those who study econ?
omy. Inspect our values at $15, $20, $25, $28, $30,
$35 and $40.
Smartest Overcoats, too; $15 to $40.
Everything else men and boys wear, and distinc?
tive Coats for girls and misses. *
j or?r?t!on?. waa ?3.? per cent, *a against
64 1R per cent in August. IUI. Thi sma?est
pt recentage increase in gross Mparts* araj
8.1? per cent l>? th? Southern roade. while
th.; biggest increase waa ::.?3 per cent by
t!:e coalers. In net earnings the poorest
shewing was made by tlie Southern roads,
with an increase of 2.3? per cent, anal the
Jen showing waa made by the New England
group, with an Increase o* no less than IS*!
.- - . 1 -? I
rer cent. Maintenance o* 'equlpmen' had J
the great"?.: Increase of any operating u?- '
count. That the railroads have made straw
uous efforts to put their equipment In shape
tn handia ths Increased tonna-so that Is
expected Is shown by the way expenditures
for this account hart increased. In June
maintenance for the fifty roads tstalad
SiJ.iCS. an increase of 7.TS per cant over the :
pre- ioua year: in July the total was JiS.327.
110, an increase of H.1Z per cent, and for
Augtist ?3:.41*30?, an increase of 1T.S2 per
"REALLY DOES" PUT STOMACHS IN
ORDER IT ONCE?PAPFS OiAPEPSIN.
Time it! In just five minutes there will be no Indigestion,
Sourness, Heartburn, Gas or Dyspepsia.
Do some food-, you eat hit back?taste
good, but work badly: ferment into stub?
born lump? and uiuse a sick, sour, gassy
stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic,
jot this iluv.n: Rape's Diapepsin digests
everything, le.-ving nothing to sour and
upset you No difference how hadlv
your toiiijc h i- ''ix>rdcred yon get happy
relief in live minutes, but ?hat pleases
you most i-: ihat ,'t strengthens and regu?
lates your stomach ?o y ou can eat your
favorite foods without fear.
Alon remedies give you rjrlief some?
times?they arc tlotr, bitt not r-ure. Dia
pepsin is quick, posit ve and puts your
stomach in a healthy condition so the
misery won't come back.
You feel different as soon as Diapepsin
comes in contact with the stomach?dis?
tress just vanishes?your stomach gets
sweet, no gases, no belching, no eructa?
tions of undigested food, your head clears
and you feel tine.
Put an end to stomach trouble b> get?
ting a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia- j
pepsin from any drug store. You realize
in five minutes how needless it is to suffer
from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stom?
MEADE & BAKERS
A perfect Tooth Wash and a safe and
efficient antiseptic for sore mouths. For?
mulated by the eminent
This wash will do for your month and
teeth what no other preparation can. It
is highly recommended and has stood the
test lor M Years.
At Reliable Dealern.
2Se, 5?r and $l.t#.
" '? PRESENTED *:BY>i:TrtE: ::?:
TIMES DISPATCH, Oct 27th
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D?rtioTtafy h NOT p?U.*bcd by the original imS
nfl WgOstoTl D-ctiortary <>r Kr their soceraaors.
tb? omt entirely ?qcw corrrptUtvn by the wrld*'
>t authomart from leading; trriveTiitiet; it be and in
?~rp Legtber. fh?xr le. stamped" m gVid on bar* ard
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/fee, prmted on Bihie paper, wrh red edge* and corr-erj
gawt . beau* ful. '-roQ?. dorabJe B*? de? the gere-al crttema, there
4W n?*t ' ?->d ovtr t>o ?nbjeeta beanttfully tTlnstrated by three- |.
late*, tenaneroos gowiecta br toe not one 16 pnart of I j"*"""!
-.1 chart* *-d the latest lotted States Cento*. Present 1-^"
? SIX Coesecwtiee Dert^esary Cisejins ssad tha> JSC
?? la asset ? ?*e sassa
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UM ME HERE
I (Continued From First Psuje.)
(had taken Iiis two nnphewa, Sidna and
' Wesley Edwards, away from a con?
stable, had taksa the officer's pistol
: from him and broken it over a rock,
i Trouble hal been expected from the
'.VIlens for years, since their offenses
gainst law and order had gradually
; become boldena It hud seemed ainnten
Impossible to convict them. They
IWdale! pay fines for their ni'sdeeds. but
it vat a tradition that no oa? of them
.should go to Jail.
The ease w?nt to tUo Jury In tne
j evening of Murcli 13, and It had not
' agreed when court adjourned. Karl>
the next morning Judge Massic again
! suit the Jury to Its room, and pro
| assdad with other business. 'Hiten the
I verdict came, gltliig Fioj <1 Allen one
year in the penitentiary. A motion
for bail pending argument turA new
! trial Was refused by Judge Massie. who
I ordered the sheriff to take the prisoner
j to Jail. Rising to his feet. Floyd Al
I leg shouted that he wuuld not go. He
I did not fire the lirst shot, which came
I from the pistol of Claude Swanson AI"
] lea, but he started the trouble. Floyd
Alb n was convicted of killing Com -
. monwealth's Attorney William M. Fea
tl r. and Claude of killing sheriff Lewis
' F. Webb. Tho latter had previously
I be?n convicted of murdei- Tn tho sec?
ond degree for the kilting of Jndge
The Jurist himself, lu his ?iyttig
Statement, said that fidita Allen, who,
with Wesley Edwards, is still to be J
tried, killed him. but the evidence
seems to Indicate that he was mis?
taken In this.
Appeals in behalf of Floyd and
Claude Allen are now being prepare/,
by th.Mr attorneys. They may possi?
bly b'> presented in vacation, but it i*
believed to be more probable that the
lawyers will wait until the Supreme
Court of Appeals meets in this city on
November IT. The matter would then
be acted upon, one way or another,
by the entire court. Should an appeal
be granted, the court could set any
day in the .term for the argument
Should it be denied, the Governor will
be the last chance. In the event an
appeal in either case, or in both cases,
is granted, there would probably be a
respite to awak final action by tho
In the case of Floyd Allen, the pulnt
is made that "Judge Staples delivered
h supplementary address to the. trial
Jury, after it had been out many hours, ?
urging that some agreement be reached.
Vor Claude Allen, it Is asserted that'
he was placed twice in jeopardy for
the same offense, in that he was giv?
en fifteen years for killing Judge Mas- j
sie. and then a death sentence for tne J
murder of Sheriff Webb. The defense ;
Will contend that It was ail one crime, j
Federal Monument at Culpeper
Culiwper, Va.. O-tnher ??.??rover-nor
.i?r.n K Ten?r. with Ms entire staff
and a nsmf.vr of prnm'n?nt offlHals
ar.d l-"<?d. ral v.-terans of lh? State of
Pennsylvania w.-re In ?"iipep.jr Th?rs
?1a> ,?f last w--k artrj to.?k part In the ;
.inpresslre ???rr|??!i which m*rkei
the nnv> ' 11-?u "?f monument .MCcted
bv the t? of p. ?nsylvania In nv ni;
?-f tli- r- nnsj 'eanta. roldlcrg ;
th* ???.1 Wsr ?hi ar. Int? r ' In lb',
national rfri'Ury I.erf. tioveVTMVl
Wir. .. - lf-.,;?? M.. ? ., v .?., als?, prea- j
er.t durina HM morning, bot SSI ?<"
? .? I an engagement to Speak in
Boaton. Mass. on Friday, bad lo lesve '
before the exer*.,- h~can. II? was
reore?*nt?d by bis private ?ecretare.!
Ben. f*. Owen '.f ni-hmond The A. J
P Hill Cs-np of Cor-federet? r?tff?ni
a in. h bad entertained the v tat? I sal |
veterans at s lunch In the Masonli .
Hall. ntter.?<d in a body as did the [
Culpeper Minute Men. whose bugler,
standee "e*??mtlv* and -tapv The |
trocram opened with s prayer by *
Ptev. X. H Holmes. D D. himself a
veteran of th? First Battalion of Kew
York fthsrp Shelters, wha was la CuI
t- per dann? the sivties. This eras fol?
lowed by "Tenting on The Old Came,
Ground." sonar by Mrs J- *harp Me- ?
Tv-riald af Pittsburgh, who s'so sane ?
several other patriotic senf daring
the program. "The star ape ogled Ben
aar" anal My Const ry. Tta of Thee"
? -n? awn* the number. In the last
the whole andienca pjfcasd - In
lien T*. ?Hrn. whe acted em bahe'f
af Oarerr.r.r Maan made the addf see
af aveiasme ea behaV af Virginia. At
%~rm~y J Oorga Hideo fat lawed with
'itizer.r of Culneper. Governor Tener
making* the r?-epons.- to the tv?'
speeches. The prreident of the Mon i
?Ti^rif (?..n,mi!?lon. S. W. Hill, then
mad? Bgg transfer of lb- .v.i.i?n?rit
t<- n.? *-;.??. ?f Pennsylvania, ih-"
vha?' w.ie unveiled by M.?at?i Charles
P. ftodlek of Pittsburgh, who pulled
th. . i.v.l mxhlns the four United State?
r;.-ii;s. :t.a? vn'il then had b?-eii ri'apitu:
' t'?- t* ! i-haft. flvat away to two MT1
Tl" monument 1s a msaalee on- ot
a-rant'.e. surmounted by a dum? and
has >.p' n It the'seal of the State of
Pennsylvania and an appropriate in
serlot'on to the known and unknown
deaths whom It commemorates There
i? also the record of the thirty-seven
-n$ae;'-?r?nts on CnlP*P*r soil >n which
aNnnayivania trooas were encaaM.
*nd a 11st of names of the dead as far
Adjutant-Oertrai Stuart, of Pennsyl?
vania made a stirring- speech m his
acceptance of the monument 'or tV
State of Pennsylvania, ami waa fre
ouentlr applauded, ?sp?<-;*'!y In hit
account of personal eraeriencea tn Cul
peprr on his 'other visit Bare, auring
the alxtlea"" He transferred the monn
ment tn ties United States govefn
m?nt Captain C P Hnmphrwe. of the
War Departement, acting In behalf of
the Secretary of War. made n brief
and gractann speech of acceptance,
??tat? ftenater Che-tee Howard Clin?
otoeed ?we program with a speech tn
which ass ganeV special mention of tan
km dees* and courtesy the whole party
from the Worth had received I? Cag
pnpor. and gf their a^aarastaring of the
t- U ? . i - , nlMll .I ?1?, .
The inn in-ic value, as well as the
attractiveiK'ss, a Diamond piece
depends upon the iiuality of the
Diamonds composing same.
TheSchwatYschild Store-is known
for th? standard of excellence which
has sJsjMni lieen maintained, and
it i* lor I his reason that articles se?
lected hen have a double apprecia?
We unite attention to the beau?
Diamond Crescent is.
which we ate showing at prices
whi< h are asattiartivc as the pieces
Richmond's Leading Jewelers,
Second and Broad Sts.
'special to The Tinies-Diapatch )
BurKeviilf. Van October 2?.?Mrs. M.
P. Bradsliav. was hostess for :ha
Thursday Caaa at its flrst meeting
of tho : oar.
it U. Leath spent several ?lajs with j
his family this week.
Mrs. Mattie Fowikes has returned
frees e visit tu Klchmond.
Misses Laura Agnew and Holen
Leatn spent Wednesday in Farmvtlle.
Dr. Pilcher. of retersbtjrg. Is visit?
ing; his daughter. Mrs. M. K Bradsbaw.
Mrs. E. C. Scott has returned to
Mise Wclby, of the Farmvllle Nor?
mal, visited her grandmother, Mrs.
saunders. on Monday.
Ths Woman's Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian Church was beauti- j
frilly entertained by Mrs. J. P. Asnewj
on Monday. Six new members Jomedj
Miss Ella G Agnew left on T'es-1
day for several days' visit in Har?
ri sonburg. j
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Knight have |
moved from their old home and arei
now living: at the home of W. a. Hall.'
CAR Oll SIDEW?LK
'Negro Calmly Pilots Machine,
I Apparently Unconscious
Patrolman Talt had the surprise ot
his lUe laat night about ?:20 o'clock
g Sea he aaw an automobUe abl?se,
and a man at the steering wbasl drlr
ing it upon the sidewalk of Serea
uenth .Street, near Rock Alley.
He hurried up and round the ebaaf
feur. a nr-gro. drunk and paying l'ttle
heed to the tire, which had resulted
from gasolene leaking from the tank's
screw-cap. which had worked Itself
loose. hev?.:-ai men came to the ess
cer s ? asslstaitoe. the cap was tight?
ened and the Sow of oil stopped A 1
hose <*ad produced and the Are quick -
ly put out. The machine was only I
slightly damaged. It was owned by J
W. I. Johnson, a colored undertaker.
At the First Police Station the Obauf -
tear gave his name as John Henry
Green. He was charged with being
drunk and recklessly driving an au?
Kmw York. OotoOer H?The staiftn-tcat et I
actual enttKlltlen of clearing-houee banks sag ',
trust rompanles for the week show t.iSt j
fbsy liO'd " Oft.OW reserve la excess of legal
eaqulretneaUL Till, is a decrease of I6.2HK*
:i..n t ?t week. Actual conditten: ?
lx>aiik. j: i>::\o- '<m. decrease. ??.K.-.at?.
specie. tirt,m,m; dtcrease. tia.ift.aa?.
Lesa. tenders. grt.W.Oe?; Increase, |t.4:i.?4?
Vet dero.-!t?, |:.7o?,70vs?; decrease, ?U.7J-,- I
Circulation. SM (S4.SM; increase. riM.gM. j
Banks cash reserve In vaslt. tttt.Mf.eeS I
Trust cjmpaal's cash reserve Id vault. '
Aggregate cash reeer-ae t*/?.?se.<wo
tuf.i laterhl Naerves, 14.0.4,'xw. decreeee.
Trust companies r?aerve with clearing- ;
house carrying 36 per ceat cash >
Summary of State baaka sag trust com- '
panlta In Greater New iork not included la ;
Loi.ns. 159: C4J.00?. dscrease. tf.OM.'OS.
ggasla MaValf.taa, decrease, tzu.vn.
J-tfa! i?a<lers. t*.3a..OO. decrease. J ICC. TOS !
SOtal deposits. tt?.iJ4.o?; decrease. r.lTi.
f special to The Tlmea-Dlapaton.]
Heathavtiie. Vs.. October :*.?
Iftggeg Oetu-vMev* and Margaret femtth,
Maud an-J Jrene Xelme and -Leah
Rice are spending some time In Bal- ,
Mrs. E. C. Craile. of Mundy Point,
ia in Baltimore for a brief stay.
Mrs. Robert Biuman arid Mrs.
You Are Invited It
Hear Sembrich Sing
Her Victor Records
of The Corley Company
Mme. larceOa Seakick
the world famous soprano, will
sing in concert at the City Audi?
torium Monday evening, Novem?
Come now and let us play over
some of the Victor Records this
wonderful singer has made. You'll
hniwii Cah** nni Ca,
Mad. 2586. 213 e! Broad.
R?wllnr?, of Burgees Store, ?er? ra?
cent visitors In Heathsvllle.
Miss Laura Downing has ret-orned
from a recent trip to Washington.
Miss?.? Oraoa Ftaekard aad Mary
Kemp, of lUedvlUe. were in Heaths
\ tu? for a short stay recently.
Professor Wood, uf Richmond, made
a short visit In H*atb*ville the past
aaaetss rsvse aad Diphtheria.
Kresh esses or ecar'.et fever and diphtheria
sre seise reported to the City Health De~
psrtment dsfly. At the preeent time taa
health map siioon ?? unusually large num
b?r of tbaao two diseases in the city, sad
Dr. Iludaon is Sfh'.ir.s tee apresd of Infec?
tion by rigid enforcement ef qoarantlne la
epite ef the prevalence of these two dts
eaaee. the health officials do net fear aay
thlng In the nature of ss epidemic, seslag
ot r the normal sppsarsuce ef scarlet fever
end diphtheria at this eeaaos.
She* Mad Des ?> Mere
Hesriee County Po.iceman W H. Jeaata
shot sad kti'?d s mij dog. which rushed
lato bis store on the Seven Pinea road yea
tarda? afternoon, and frightened a largs
crowd o" women ar.d children who Ware
gathered lh?re. Tlie snfms! anapped st a
number of trie bystsnder*. bat they evaded
his teeth, and he was killed l*feiv say
one wee ha rated.
End of the Month Sale
'A veritable bargainfest for the tririfty,* read this ad. through
carefully, you're sure to see something you need at a greatly
rec uced price. Some of the newest and best patterns have been
cut in price just to close out some suite or group.
6th Floor Bargains
Beautiful Picture*, elegant Circassian walnut
frames. 11x14 inches; religious end children subject*.
91.04. special to start off end of month sale at sac
Y >u have to really see des? pictures to appreciate
them, the btst special we've gotten up tor a long
Two m Duplex AU-Steel Couches, including cotton
felt mattresses: end of month sale price 97dm.
You can't buy a double iron bed for that.
Two Solid Oak Morris Chairs, with quaratel Span?
ish leather cushions ?an extension adjustable foot
rests: regular price 914.00, end of month sale price
Solid Mahogany Sheraton inlaid Three-Plece Parlor
Seta tapestry cover, slightly soiled, regular price 9*5,
end of month sale price 9SHM.
A Ji-o.oo Tbree-Piece Overstuffed Leather Library
Suit, full Turkish upholstery. Siring arms. etc.. end
of month sale price fgblta
Heavy Figured 940.00 Green Velour Davenport Cno
frame showing), cover slightlv fadtd; end of month
sate price 91P.73.
Two Beautiful 923.50 Mahogany Hall Racks, me?
dium hit*:: end of month sale price 917J? each.
Twelve Illuminated Leather Roller Seat Mahogany
Finished Parlor Rockers; regular price 93.Sc. end of
month sale price ?1-S*.
One Finn 979.00 Solid Mahogany Convertible Sofa
Bed. upholstered in silk plush, and s 900.4<j Solid Oak
Sofa Bed. upholstered In green plush, at
for the mahogany sod tip.an for the oak.
Fine. Large Hand Polished Quartered Oak Hall
Rack (four feet wide), with extas, large French plate
beveled mirror and handsome columns, end of month
sale price 9lav IT| worth double.
A small 99.00 Oak Frame Hal! Mirror, with tw?
prongs on it (next to large rack); very neat and
pretty for 9kkda.
Five-foot wide 939-00 Davenport, upholstered 'n
verv best quality figured viour, beautiful ouartered
oak frame: a very haridsoTte piece for the living room,
hall or den: end of month sale price fl7.ee>.
Six 929.00 Five-Piece Parlor Suits, muhogar.y fin?
ished frames and plaio green velour upholstery Uhe
small chairs to the. - sets are as large as the usual
armchair and have arms): end of month saic price.
To lovers of this moat useful and beautiful ot
all cabinet woods we beg to announce- the arrival
of a solid carload of Grand Rapids Mahogany Fur?
niture. This, with our present big stock, gives ua
the largest collection of exclusive Mahogany Fur?
niture of every description ever show n in Rich?
HLALITY ABSOLITELT TBK HIGHEST.
PRICK VERY REASONABLE ?DEED.
Ths line of Furniture Novelties is particularly
Large Rovai Quartered <_>ak Frame Rocker?, uphol?
stered in dark green imitation leather; really look
$?t< &?? worth, and on* of the most extreme ly com
fortable chairs you ever sat In. Ab>ut thirty-seven
of th'.ar go at 93 an each come quick.
4th Floor Bargains
Sit Beautifully Polished and Quartered Oak Bu?
reaus larare patent attspe.i French plate mirrors;
c-nenp ai tno.w*, end ?f month rale price BtaVTS.
Teach your boy lu keep hi? clothes, etc.. neat aba
tidi Hv por.-hs?lne "re nt tr-e three f?? f.'oablna
iion >>..i<o Oak o.iffar d>e? <ive drawers, bat baa,
???el-sised closet, witt metal roaf and pants hangers',
akkb st are going to sell for atS.pa.
Slaty o' the strongest Dia'ngt Rsssa Chairs are
have |rt atock. nlae spindles in the back aad excee
tiewtsDy well braced, end of month sale pric* anei
a spl?n?M bargain. to>.
A.i eatra neat and plain but exceilentlv coast meted
Tbr?e-Pt? i-e Be 1r<v-- :*>t v?-\ rl-o'ceet quartered Oak.
large mirrors Ifi botr dre-?eT and ?rsshsta:id aad
full roll tap all around, regular price 1*9 50. and at
month ?al? price aesosa
Oar Bab*- Carriages snd Go-Carts at 39 per cant off
are thir.r ? m out wonderfully fast.
Large dead Oak Dresa? r. fw-? tap drawers and t
targe drawers, reell- b *%->? to set. but shall ms
aa and of the great h sale pries of 97 da.
3d Floor Bargains
On this floor we carry nothing but mahogany goods,
and it's n great source of pleasure to us to hear
the exclamations of delight as the ladies get At the
elevator on this floor.
A Solid 9112.06 Mahogany Sideboard or Buffet, large,
solid mahogany columns and nice, large mirror,
goes for aesJS.
A 9170 Grandfather's Solid Mahogany Hall Clack,
over eight feet high, with fine tubular tnot goad)
chimes, ia a great big bargain at ?W7.ee.
One Large Swivel (turns any angle on pivot) Che
val mirror (19 inches wide and 5s inches long), solid
mahogany; regular price 955.00. end of month sals
Beautiful Mahogaay Laden Toilet Table, beautiful
mahogany grain, glass knobs and square mirror.
'9x2! Inches, claw feet; regular price 944.00. end of
month sale price S24.ee.
Ons Extra Large and Handsome Mahogany Three
Piece Chamber Suit, mirror In dresser Is 30x39 inches,
baa full roll top an around: regular price * I ?2.00.
end of month aale price 9WS.7S. We can also furnlaa
the exact match la a wardrobe to this suit.
Fine Mahogany Buffet, best Seward'a make, ao
mirror, four feet six inches wide, a Sheraton gem: reg?
ular price 9*55.0?. end of month aale price S4a.be.
Seven odd Mahogany Washstands. running In prtee
from 910.04 to 919.00: your choice of either at Ps-Sa.
One Antiiiue Design 937.50 Bureau; the semi-oral
mirror has a flat, cross-banded frame; end of month
sale price RM*.
One odd 94i.ee Four-Port Bed. fluted pests, a very
neat design: end of month sou price flTTgf
2nd Floor Bargains
We have about a half dosen plain centre sxil-fe-t
room size Druggets, the very thing for beat wear In
a living or dining room: regular price 912.54. end of
month sale price 87ja.
We wsot to close oat our Ingrain Carpets, ao well
sell you All-Wool and Part-W x>l <>rpet* st SB*
choice. The neia] prices for these goods are to
tVe ni?r> have some arte,fM?*rng|v lew prices ea
Tar-vtry and Velvet Hall Carpets and Inlaid Lin?
Smiths Axmlnst.-r Ru?rs. 2?vS4 (about kfty ot
these*, regnlar prt-. Ito ctaec ??t. Si.ra.
Fine 92300 Cast Iron Oas Stoves. an teer.-inch oven.
fou- burners, top snd broiler end of month sale price
Tno Fxtra Large Buck Heaters, one a self-fssder.
957 99. and the other a hot blast, at 9<*.e0: Jast the
hing for a big Store or dwelling. your choice. pet
up ?emplef ?. for sss.ee.
Good Iron Cribs, regular prtc* 9?0d. end >f month
sale price ttaAM.
A dozen odd Bed Springs; regular price from 94.00
to 99.00. your choice etilen each.
Twenty-free Three-Foot Kitchen Tables; regular
price 91.73. end or month sale price Si.iz.
Two odd Folding Beds, arfth fine Vstionel sprint's
regular pries 91? 00. end of month sale price W9MX
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