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THE ROCK -ISLAND' ARGUS
WEDNESDAY, .OCTOBER 13. 1909.
IARS. HARTZELL, 73
PARS HERE, DIES
As Bride Occupied First Lo
- Hewn Cabin Built Where
, . City Now Stands.
Perrin, Fisk, Rey
nier Kid Gloves, fall
opening display, ex
$1.00 to $3.75
The demand for jet has become almost a
a craze. In our notion section you'll find Jet EaValliers in
pendent and cameo designs, 25c to $4.50.
Jet Cameo brooches in handsome effects, 50c to $1.00.
Jet brooches, horseshoe, round and oval in fancy cut
jet effects, 25c to $1.50.
Jet belt pins, round and dip shapes, 68c to $1.25.
Jet hat pins, big assortment of novel patterns, $10c to
jis- f2vtir, Tt?rti-r,n J?B7riirs?3 Free cn Evi.tv C&sh Pnrchast
m-.m -Mm a & m t-
v, '.wv i ,
HAD PASSED 93 D BIRTHDAY
Mother of Thirteen Children, Seven
cf Whom Survive Her Hon a
- At her home in Molino at 12:15 this
i'" morning occurred the death Mrs.
Nancy Xorman Hartzell, wife of the
;-v lato Michael Hartzell. who passed
Vk: aw.ay Aug. 20, 1890, at the age of 89
.Utyears. Mrs. Hartzell was age;l 93
'a- years and 7 days. She had been bed-
r- V "t 1 fiw nJIl
I - - ,, ' W -J ? ' I - i '
l T -tr-l-
'V iA '-K.vl
Mi's. Niiney W. Hart.eil and Her
Daugliter, Mrs. Margaret S.
Holt, of Moliuc.
fast lliree months, and had failed rap
idly in the past year. Prior to that
she was able to aitend church and the
meetings of the several societies with
which she was identified.
Mrs. Hartzell. who was one of l."
children, wn.i horn near H'airsvilie, I'a..
Oct. 5. ISH;. One brother, l!e youusest
of this larse family. Christian Stouf
fer, who resides'on the oh! homestead,
and who is 7" years of a&e, survives
Artivr in Kofornis.
Mrs. Hartzell was a woman of high
ideals. She was always interested in
reforms that rna!o for the betterment
of the social fabric, lb r home was
one of unbounded hospitality, where
rhe ever reigned the rarious qucnly
hostess. She lived a consistent Chris
tian life for 79 years, having tint ted
with the Methodist Episcopal church
at the asc of 11.
She, with her husband, united with
the First M. II. church at Molino in
1S12, one! held continuous inenibetship
- until the last.
Always active in missionary work,
the calmly baile her son, Hev. Joseph
C. Harteell. Cod speed when be was
chosen by his church as the represen
tative; in far away Africa as bishop.
In 1S7U she led a company of Chris
tian women into a saloon located at
"Five Poiats." Moline. ami held a pray
er meeting. Mr. Hartzell was one of
the first young men to leave bin county
in Pennsylvania for the far west, as
Illinois was considered in l:!t; and
pril SO of that year, he land-jd in
Rock Island. The place was not yet
named, there being only five or six
cabins on the bottom land. He erect
ed a hewn log cabin, the first two-ctory
structure in the place.
In the spring of 187 he returned to
the cast to claim his brid-, and oa
May 5 they were happily married. In
, a few days they started cn a remark
able wedding flip. There were no rail
roads, telegraphs, telephones, uor fast
Mnkc Stin t on mini Hunt.
Taking what household gooJj they
cotild on a c.;::;:1. boat they started
amid lovia-- c: - i of parents aa J
friendo, v.-ho f -It. they were bidding
them a final far-, .veil .for the Indian s
were nii:T:ero s ai 1 sor.i .'times host il-s.
Mrs. Havtze'l w:s- r; :; e a favorite of
the natives j.s s;n r.lways met them
with smiles and soini.tli!:i to eat. The
long, teui jus vojage of three weeks
was made by c:ir.a! b:at to the Ohio
river anil up the Mississippi from Sf.
Louis by steainboat to Kock Island
without an accident.
Oct. 5. ll)-r8, oil her 92:1 birthday, it
the home of her oldest daugiiter, Mrs
M. S. Holt, with whom she resided
a r;ost dclightft: rcccpiioti was bel '
in honor of Mrs. Hartzell.
Mrs. Haitzed was the mother of i",
children, 11 of whom grew to man
hood and womanhood. Seven live to
mourn her lo-sx: Margaret Holt, Mo
line; Joseph C. Hartzell, bishop to
Africa; Sena Hartzell Wallace, Kansas
City, Kan.; I.ydn Eva Hayes, Kansas
City, Kan.; Alice E. MTCny, Molina;
Lillie I). LSrury. Hampton and Nancy
EEtelle Jaqucs. Alhanibra, Cal. The
following pit ceded her in death:
Michael Bach Hartzell, John Wesley
Charles, Mrs. Mary Ilapp, Mrs. Llzzi
P. Wallace and Harry Frank Haitze!'.
' Her descendeuts number Mi grand
children, ;)1 great grandchildren and
two groa'.-great grandchil l;-n.
The funeral will talec place Frid r
morning, with a rervice for the rela
tives at the Holt home at ift o'clock
followed by services r.t the Fir
Methodist church at 11. Barial wil
be In -the Hartzell cemetery.
THE WOMEN'S GARMENT SECTION
Is a great exposition of
Never has the Tri-Cities'
''-? :r;V--3 a?
the latest styles and prevailing modes in women's dress,
leadership of this store and tiii great sectlo.i bsen so
clearly dcmonslratel as this season. Ytut arc always wel
come here, whether von wish to buy or simply look at the
many beautiful things to wear.
q j From many noted desie.ttcrs ami adaptations from
OU.lIS such famous French artists as l'acjuii;, Callot Scurs,
Francis Knjuid Cie, 'ardonce J'crc, 'i'ascot ar.d others.
EVENING COATS Made of broadcloth and satin, in
exquisite colors and exclusive styles, up fr;;n 15.00.
BLACK COATS A black c iat iroe-s with anything and
alwas bci!cs well. W'c are sl'owin .many attractive mod
els in black coats, anions them the Moyenae and the Rus
sian, much in demand tliis searou. Sonic priced as -low as
10.00 and up.
COATS FOR GENERAL WEAR of wide wale chev-
iots. fancy diagonals and colored
t i till t fittings, or wit!) :lcats. new 1
ter button effects. )a;;vj!iert ir. .(!.!
l;roalct( d!:s made plain
iin.tj rvveres '.ith low cb.is
s. etc.. 7.150 to $-10.00.
Tir..-e crccel in variety and
beaut v of st vie ar.d is a most
---' .... i-5-im
of various kinds handsome
ly finished with tir.e nets
and lace :rniture;; of
braids and orppincnt
dresses for evening; and j-..r-ty
wear, up from $17-50-
comprchensivc c;''i lection.
TAILORED HOMESPUN SUITS and English diag
onal sttits are extremely popular fv r all rmmd wear, become,
inj; to almost everyone and ccN'.".ie in new shai'rs of irroy.
j;'iecn, raison. artichoke, chicory, etc.. etc.. 17.50 to 45 03
WIDE WALE SUITS are i:erc a-.in in greater votie
than ever. They tive a smart. ii:v::sy appearance, are cut in
irvaccful. lon- lines with lo:tr 'rovers atul cluster bullous.
Many beautiful shades at ail the popular prices.
NEW BROADCLOTH SUITS retain all their desirabil
ity. Always chic .and serviceable, the broadcloth suit is a
necessity nowadays in my lady's wardrobe. F.xquisitc shades
of green, blue, grey, wisteria, raison as well as the staple
black and navv. The varietv is extensive ami the prices
range tf 13.50" to 50.00.
Thr HrPQQPQ arc attracting all kinds of notice. To
I ML Ly CooLo le aide to step into a dress, at a mo
ment's notice, almost whether for home, street, travelling or
party wear is luxury, indeed yet it can be enjoyed bv near
Iv ecrv one prttv broadcloth and serge dresses, 10. OO
12 50. $13.50 and up to 3o.fiO.
SMART DRESSES FOR THE STREET, made of Hen
rietta cloth or S'deil. standing collar, velvet trimmed, but
ton oil side or up the back, up fiom 10.jO.
Fashionable Silk Jcrsies. one great number is a pure silk
jersey trimmed with jet buttons, colors black, navy, smoke
and catawba, an exceptional value at $fi.-12. "
Women's imported Hoac, silk Pin
hroid red and fancy novelties in
lisle and fiae cotton, regular 50; values,
only fur one day, these 50c ho:-:e at
just '- price, per
Every Mother Knows
that the good old-fashioned Percales
and Hf ersuclrers make the best school
waists and drr.ses. For Ioj'ej wear
and fast colors they can't be beat.
Late shipments of Seersuckers and
Percales brins us some eoecially at
tractive lines of these y-v i"-abh fab
rics at 14c. 12Vc and 10c.
Thursday end Friday
r.O pieces chi-ice dre-" :?tyle Pe-r-cah:
ful'i yard wide, cheii.rr titan
'v.Hro at the price v.-.: cp!.tfer tj
U: s, t!ic:.e ivil y:u iu
Pen-alt s, p i- yard
Spcc'aHy Price! HoascTurnish
inss of Mndi !nte:eit to
hc House v.fe
10 tjuart h.-Ft seamless sra-iito wa
. ter 1 a.ls, 3?jc.
' N"o. . CO C: : y eaahi-.-! greahc tea
-qi:an st-amless grariito :;lve ket
tles. Heavy Japanc-J fteel coal buckets,
Calvan';: d ircn. Coal cr stove shov
els, lor:g handle, t Cc.
Distinctive Autumn and Winter Hats
Our lines which were so rapidly depicted last week dur
ing the great Anniversary sale have been replenished with
all the latest in Turbans. Xcpolinns, Tricornes. Felts, l'rs
Heavers, large and medium Velvets. Silk and Flush. The
huge broad brim Velvets are really clamoring for first place,
the medium and large Turbans are equally desirous of being
in the front row. while the large beautiful beavers, have de
veloped into a perfect craze.
The resources of this great Millinery Department has
been taxed to its capacity for the past three weeks and we
earnestly advise those who will desire the services of our tal
ented trimmers to make as early engagements as possible.
Men's, Women's and Children's Win
ter Underwear. Best Bought Here.
Are You -Satisfied With
If vou're plump or stout, you want a
corset which reduces the hips and prevents
the flesh from bulging, a corset that is com
fortable when you're seated, a orset which
shows every hue of your figure to best ad
vantage. F?ry woman is fully justihed in
desiring to look "iter best" ami when till
these advantages may be had at so liitle
cost it would be foolish to overlook or neg
lect the proper corset.
MAKERS OF THE REGIS CORSETS line
practically st-ived t"".i- corset problem, th y over
come the-" c:ar.-:t ui!iicultie3. Tiny otfer you com
fort and an improved bure i;t no more cast than
the corsets which make one leek dirtipy and
shapeless. Let us tit your ii;;ur correctly and
bepin aon"e to enjoy the pleasure of bclns prop
erly corseted. KeIs corsets any price from
00 to 12 00 S01"1 C!lt -S iU 1.50
LINE N S
Our Huts ate a joy to thnse who knovv thc:n
and a liborrl cdr.t-ajiti.-i for thotse who are not
fidly -:"'ptiiii;te.J wi!!! this kind of a s ?!.
Tl:in Is a ciffe-rcnt kind of a store than you
have knovTi iefii;'.? oii::ii;; her:; :ind in no sop
1 if ti will th '.:!f- ; i-nce aiviear more clearly than
in this linr-i scc!i;n.
A NEW LOT OF PATTERN DAMASK
CLOTHS with n.;kiiis tn match and yaid peed:-;,
with napki ts to match whi- h have been delayed
in tramcit rom fitlfist tone? last June, have
just come t liar.il. The revTtly advanced tar
iff m-.kts t' c-f ! k wonderfully good to its at
the oh! low prices. We earnestly advise our
friends to select from this beautiful eolbction
ef i-jlde rets o.l.ile this lot lasts.
These should ?o ip'ck for birthdays, wed
dings, liaen shov.irs, Tlianks;ivini; and early se
Itv tiers- fer C'i-.ri-oiiMS giving.
Hadn't you rt-r come tl is week while we
can ph.ow this great assortment?
These same e-i.ds now would cost us a sharp
advance in price A word to the wise is suf
ficient ip:ito a l.ij; saving in price just now.
W .1 JL
Saturday, SI. 00 worth of
S. & H. Trading Stamps
Free for each book
for everyone who asks for
them. Start as many new
books as you iike and get a
dollars' worth of stamps cr
The advantage Is all
Ladies' grey and cream
colored ribbed fleece vests
ami pants, heavy, well m tde
ganv.cn Is. generally sold at
o'Jc. 1 r 25c.
Ladies" heavy ribbed
fleece Maco cotton vests ami
pants, a special purchase of
."(ic troiid. wlu'le :() dijzen
Kxtra be.iv' tuck stitcli
ribbed fleece vests and pants
choice of grav or cream col
or, exceptional value at -ISc.
Ladies" fine wool ribbed
vests and pants, values up
to -tl.oS. great lots at
$100 ami 75c.
Ladies' bcavv cooper rib
bed fleece I'nioii suits P
dozen, take special notice of
this quality at Si .Of).
J'ovs' and Misses' fleece
lined vests, pants and draw
ers, all sizes in this lot,
worth up to l.ic, for the
with the lucky buyer
Men's underwear that
"Will Xot Shrink, and will
be soft and pliable as long
as you wear thetn.
l-'inc camel's hair and nat
ural wool idu'rts and draw
ers, r.o better values any
where at ijr'.oo, we price
them at $1.-14.
Men's Camel's hair cash
mere shirts ami drawers,
none better at $1.0, we price
this lot at $1.00.
Men's best fleeced lined
shirts and drawers, twin
needle finished scam?, blue
atul tan colors, worn lcrful
value at 50c.
Men's perfect fitting Un
ion Suits. Worsted Maco
Cotton and Ribb fleeced. 3
great lots at .$2.00, $1.50
Wool Blankets and Cornfcrters.
Ail Splendid Values
California till wool white blankets,
handsomely bound and bor.iertd. in
pink or blue, extra laro,e t 72xSi.
per pair, $ir.uo, St:!.."i), 511.75 and
Me'i:-:ri v.-eir,l:t r;"av. tan or white
wool blank is. i'misb-! nitli lock
stitched cd';e. U-t si:'-, per jair, $(.7',
?:.i;s. $.-,.oo. $::.(s and sl-iS-
Fancy j.lai.l . nd checked Australian
woo! blanket-.; in pink, blue, tan,
brown or gray. S.t imi"s in size,
per pair, ..",.t;s, S5.'tt and SI5-75-
Si'kiiliiie c.vcrcd comfortabl.-s. fill
ed .itii white o't:)n; rrtty Ie?ic;ns
ar.d eolorin-?, 7ixt4 inch.es iu size,
The Big Sale of Wool Dress Goods
Remnants Opens Thursday at 9:30
A. M. One-third (,) off the already low prices. AH
the season's newest weaves and colorings in wool
dress goods and waistmgs representing ends of pieces
and odd lengths left from the extraordinary selling dur
ing our big anniversary sale.
The lengths vary from ljj yards to 7 and S yards, and
include broadcloths, serges, panamas, pot l'ms, satin cloths,
plaids, etc.. etc.. in colors ami black.
For a quick clearance these remnants al! go at 3.'$Jj per
cent off the lowest marked prices Thursday 1 ::t) a. ni. Just
Yi off figure it yourself.
Extraordinary Values in China
Which Should Create Activity in the Crockery Dept.
::n. beautiful thin ckini salad
bowis with assorted floral and
fruit decorations, werih up to
7."c, your choice, -1 TiC.
Spoon Trays. Olives and I?on
ltons. many in w shapes ar.d
deccrations, choice of about -U0
Comb and liruh Trays, hand
some (! oratieiis on thin im
port id china. r0c.
Hrcad. cake and fruit plates,
in avVaric-ty of dainty Moral and
fruit d"ooruion. I30c.
Kngli&h china tea tups and
saucers, e-bl fauldon tlow blut
of Sittd.Q.Tl $$
oaks We Have Ever Attempted
Nt-w n-:d rr.qiar.it-Iv i!!i:strrt"d
tion iJe Lixf f t'rur.; :::u1 Purlu::!
U'irks. iticlt.rtirs t.i: tr:irv i-;:;un .(
I'ar.ta'a Itvr.-i C ai.c.v In tea boF.-.Hi-fi:l
voiiunos, n.-S ' .. Z'mO rlt" --
l!.v-lyii.- i: :s t.:c 'i:iy iHrflf lypr"
it t w
if 4 .i , i.V tix .
ec!it: -o,f'Lo:-r.r. !:-V. a'r.'d i- carcfiiiiy i;i&&Mstfty&
a S'-irr .: ; woveuf c-::ra q::jl!ly. .. , t ,(.--.rv,V. A fotftsv-''.
fu!l va"t r:-pr KliirOo-'S in phot.-.e-avurn 1 A?'J.iT's; -A
I.O.N G FELLOW
ard (i'.:ct ri (ttoC'iors) Irrin Oi'iirHl
pr.iri::5j vi distintfuislied niodern
' Thonntp.-. It c;ld!:;on to th author's
own n(ts ttit-ro lire n'.mcroi nite. bv
the wi-!l-kro-:i i.ir.i: a-w! nmhnr. Mr. Charlri V.Vlsti.
It. should 6: yi.-fit-.-:! li-.-rf? ttiot thr.-e is no nb.uliaelv compete art of
Iinkft-liov. Tho rnn r in'Tyirinnt p.t-m ornitrrd f ,-om the prea-.-nt rdifion
bernusa of creii 1 co,yri4ut r.-Jt-itliuns is "Th liandiiiU 'f t!ie Crane "
v;hicii, hov.'.-vor. ir. t-' i:i vu-i n:s i !iPa! editOtn. t.n- other hand
this nev c !i:iin rt-nirtini. hosid-s t:iC o. icina! ? ditoricl tn.Hlcr r?frrrd
to. a Croat -nl r.f Lovjj'ellow uosi and P').'!''! rcint not ot'tain-
f ble in nny ct'r edition. F'or pxair.pl'-. w have !if rn for Jlie first lime
n book f-.irra "Tl-.n Kn!d Eafil" a"d "Tho Indian SninnuT," two bril
li:int etori-s v rittpn in tin owthor's hf l s r y I Tliprpfore it may be
l.ifely sta:cd that this is by far the most snut factory set of Longfellow
Maroon Cloth Eincinfi, (old tcps. Jnpan ti-lcs. '
sub. Price. S33.C0. Szlo Price, $8.75
Three-Qucrtcr Leothr-r (blue) narWed Fiiios. h'ild top-;, cold hnr-ks.
sub. Price, sio.co. SzIq I'ricc, $12.00
Full Wine Leather, extra gold tooiing, fiiild topr..
Sub. rricc. s7:.co. dto Price, $!G.C0
This ia a new complete Edition
de Luxe of Poe's complete laics.
Poems. Essays, nnd Misce'lanies
the most desirable 'ibrary edition
The type is larg and clear, text
PBrfe printed careiuliy, on super
fine white wove pape r, with exrel
lent photogravure and half tone
illustrations. Frontispieces a-e
hand colored. Et!i:ion liinite'l to
1.000 numbered sets. The binding
i leather. Ten volumes.
Sub. Price. $4!).oo. Sale Pi
Same In Cloth
Sub. Price. $35.00. Sale Pi
All the bost sets advertised widely in magazines and sold by agents time and
auain in the tr!-cities, rrt liijrh prices you'll find riht here at astonishingly Io.v
figures. You can get tiiree or four magnificen: sets at the price of one. Select ihe
favorite authors you want and enjoy the possession of a fine private library, a
creditable ornament to your home and a good investment in every way. Remem
ber these arc genuine de luxe sets offered at these bargain prices by us exclusively
in Rock Is'and and MoHne. To give the best display and best opportunity for you
to examin: these books, the sale opens in the Main Aisle,Third Avenue Store, Fri
day morning. Be on hand Friday morning.
Edition de Luxe. -V
Limie-d to 1.00,) numbered sets.
Complete Novels, l'ocrn;. L:f? and
i,etrers with introduction by Maurice
Thsedldm is strictly limited to 1,000
numbered set. 1 he work hi prirttl on
fine Inid paper from new pletis. Inrfio
clsnrtype. There ore two fi-il pn( photo
firnvurs ;n each volume. The set is com
plete in 7 volumes.
Th bir.d.ra is a rich dark, Three-Q-jarters
Leather, gonuiiie ieother. with
wids leather brw-. ord co.-nc's, gold
veined mnrbled , 'din. E-ld bnrk f tcmniro
E00AQ HJ.N P0E
id topi. wl..i Ul; !i 'aii-lm"'!, Jain pap?r ti"ff pjjfs.
Sub. Pr:ce. $32.00. Salo PrlCO, 7.7S
o.co. Sdb Price, $6.50
Also in cloth n:-i.::
The banks of Irving. Tho Founds
, of Amerk-ap Literotare. nre whole-.nmo,
full of sweetness and riiorm, of humor
wilheut any sting, of amusement with
out a-iy stain: u.id their more solid
qualit.es are mnrrcd by neither ped
antry nor pretension."
Charles Dudlcv Warner.
Thir de Luxe edition deserves special
attention, ca it c intairs rll of Irvinfi's
writings, with the author's latest re
visions and eevt-rnl vaiunb.'o maps.
Cinip!.te in 10 hnrdaeme vohimts,
illustrated with mopy h.-.lf tones, nhnto-
gravurr portraits and mans. The Paper made expressly for this edition
is a very fne white wove and the preaswork is of the bst quality.
The type id lorgs and rlecr. Thrre-tjiiarter Inther Einding (dirk
rrl-V''-,nh" , ' li!.c9 acd i'1-;le cover linings, gold tops, uncut edges,
sue neaubands, Japan title pases in colors.
Sub, price, c.3.00. Sale Prise, $11.75
61R WALTER SCOTT
in two color
pre-sswerk a: -Three-Quart-risrtU'd
$S0.00, sale ;
ith numeroua duotor.es
the type, p.vjcr and
' Lea'itcr Tiinini,.
-.il koUI back-t. sold
volumes: sub price,
Klegantly bound In 3-4
leather, do Luxe styie.
Sub. Price $10.00. Sale
Price, $10 50'
Same I" cloth. Sub.
Price. ,-.t0. Sale Price,
Large type, Buperflne paper, hand
somely bound in Three-Quarter. Leath
er, Marbled Sided and inside cover
lining, gold tops; complete In 18 vol
umes: eub-price, $70.00, sale price,
In 1814. at the nR cf t Scott pub
lished anonvni.HiNly I, is tint novel
Waveri-y. ' f,i!nw-d in r-U'id uc
cr.iin by tt-ot matrl-.l. s.t ;cn-r. of
r :naii'-e... ui.l)ro'"n i;plo l'-tt, wiihin
t:.r e yer.rs t Ins rteat.'i. I be w;r:i
knows whut marvelous ochi.-vr:i,ei.ts
he wrought in that brief sp-n of yerrs.
w nat a 1,10 M f p'enu r nru ni! rv,
f;i:ne nr.d pilbo?!' Y t bis works
brrn'.hc purity, corwato, lio.-.or, and
Complete Waverley N-ves. limired
F.ii-.ion de Luxe, it vchimes. Ir.ree
tvpe. l-iii P"pr-r. CO'I illustrniirirx
handsome dark green , 'cather binrtins
s-.b. Price. $100.00. SolePrico, $24.50
Same ii Cloth.
Sub. Price. $73.00. Sslo Price, 317.00
Shakespeare ! 10 volumes
This handsome library edition was the seen-id Impression of th
new pltrs printed en superfine light weitht p-ipt r in order to make
this set in 10 vo!i:ines, ech only I'i Inches thirk. The rnetents of
this 10 volume set arc cxnctly the same or the ' ( olume sl described
abivf excepting thst the former ro'ttnins oily 51 of the illustrations,
of which 10 a'e pholcgravurej and 40 are merzulravurcs.
Ciot h. 10 vol ii mes.
sub. Price. 533.00. Sale Price, $8.75
J4 Leather. 10 volumes.
sub. Price, saco. Sale Price, 312.00
irtrw--,It!irt,n.r,vl. l irn do Loxe of
I t? Ta'-s from th- Ihlij. 2. lh
LidhtTKe ,w ) Muii'l':'
4.-Soldiers 'l':-ee: 5 tbe Phantom
N ght Arneri.-anNo!-i: 8. Stoyofthe
; ..' '' "ia an" v. rite; a. .,,,
, i u-m... nanans and
Other Verses. Ji-ainer txnduig in
Sub. Price, iVj.OO
Sale Price, 08.75
Same in Cloth.
sub. price. $3o.oo. Sale Price, $8.25