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CTHE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1909.
IS STRONG ONE
Iowa Town Picked as Likely
Candidate to Succeed
AT THREE-EYE MEETING
Magnates Adopt '." tJauie tiiiaranty
to Visiting t 'lubs Majority in
Favor of Sexton.
Rook Island's representatives to th
annual Three Kyo league meeting at
the Grand Pacific hotel, Chicago, yes
terday, re i urned home last night. Th
afternoon business session! wound tip
about ti o'eloek. The. only matters
tu(ten up formally were the hearing of
the plea for franchises from repre
sentatives fio.u Dauville, Waterloo
and Jacksonville, and the fixing of
guaranty ot $U5 per game for visitiu
The l.itier was called up lor a sec
ond time in the afternoon and pro
voked much discussion. All were
.-irrr.-d i hat -some tuaranty was desira
ble, hut the difference was over th
amount. I'eoria wanted to make it
$Jo and lU;o:ningtoii proposed
with 2't it day when bad weather pre
vent'. i games-:. , It was finally decided
to make it with the proviso that,
in case the total receipts lor a
series average more than the guaranty,
the isitiug club shall be content with.
Us regular share.
- Y -Merino Strong lllllor.
Waterloo hiade perhaps the strong
est bid .for a franchise, though all
thile aspirant ; agreed to guarantee
more than the US.niiO minimum attend
ance for the season, making it I'l.tMM,
if 'necessary. None offered any cash
bid for a franchise. Waterloo drew
S.Mo in the Central association last
year and Jacksonville L'L'.n'M. Dan
ville, with no baseball experience save
that had in the Eastern Illinois league
a couple of years ago. claims a popula
tion of t:;.enn, while the census liuivs
of P.Min give but 17.mii.
As matters s-tand now the s. lection
of a new city for the lenm depends
in largo measure upon 'where t!ie vi
canc.v occi.irs. Should Decatur or
Springfield drop out; it vviW likely .
Dahville. ' while, should O'd.ir ICapids
be ousted, Waterloo will probably land.
I Jock Island delegates to th- ine-iin:
are of the opinion fhat Decatur will
stick, after all. Sentiment, in tint
ity is gradually bei timing more pro
nounced against a baseball vacation.
SajM IJry '!' Hurt
President Childs. in sp"akiim on coa
ditioiis in his home town. ntti'inted
I oor support in part to the fact tbat
the city lias been dry as the p-su't of
a local option dtiou. those who
would otherwise attend games Su.i
davs and holidays going away '. w.'t
centers instead. The issue is to :
tiubmitted again nl spring.
Severn! subjects were dis'-n se.l
without definite action. It was Imw.i
to b" th general sentiment that the
:;ej'oon be shortened iiet year. Al
though it is proposed lo play !u
games the magnates want some of the
open dates left out. and !,e ;-t;nt
made a week earlier. whih will re
sult in the final games coming not
later than the middle of September.
Another matter brought un was t!ie
playing of holiday games in doulde
lieaders in the aft( rnonus. instead of
having one in Hie morning and the
other. in the afternoon, as licretnfiir".
Under the plan proposed double ad
mission would be charged. This will
Sittig & Slahmcr
Home grown grapes. lino large
a basket v 1 Oc
Tokay grapes, elegant fruit,
the pound 10c.
three pounds for 25c
lleinze's dill pickles, crisp and
of fine flavor, they are espec
ially good this year.
New shore mackerel, fancy
each . ; . . . 10c
New Smyrna layer ligs,
delicious, the pound .... 20c
Fancy head lettuce, rich and
tender, nicely bleached,
pound . . '. 20c
Jirop in or phone your order.
Old l'lton Wctt ! Xew 5H0I.
Corner Seventh Avenue and
Ask uour doctor ohmtt Aucr's Cherry Pee-
loral for throat ar. J lung troubles. Doctors
htae prescribed tt for 70 years.
probably be again broached at the ad
journed meeting one week hence.
Would i the I,I1.
President Johnson of the Peoria club
advocated the lifting of the salary
limn altogether. He said his team
.as outside of the limit of $1,750 this
year and that it was impossible to get
inside. Manager Doyle of Water! jo
added some comment on this head
ile said that last season Waterloo had
the most expensive team in its history
and played about the poorest ball. II
arguou . t hat high prices paid players
have little to do with the quality cf
ball given and said that never again
while manager would he make the mis
take of going to extremes in the sal
aries of his men.
Adjournment till next Tuesday was
taken, as agreed at the morning scs
sion, out of di'ferenee to President
Kin sella of Springfield, who was una
ble to be present, owing to the death
of his father. Pending questions wil!
then be disposed of.
l iijorit v fur Sriluu,
President Sexton seems rcasmahly
'.ii re of reelection next Tuesday. Uo-
catur showed a disposition yesterday
to stick bv the executive, who has the
olid support of the four northera
clubs, with Ploominiiton on the fence.
Former President Holland of P.loom-
mgton is quoted by a Chicago news
paper today as having made the fol
If we cannot patch up the row
with Kitisella we probably will giv?
Springfield's place to Danville. But
we believe we can elect a. man nU-
side of the league who is capable of
tinning the affairs and in this manner
restore harmony. We have done well
this year better than lasr. and will
not listen to Springfield's withdrawal."
SnlllB Kullj iiili-llt-il.
President Sexton's administration
was entirely vindicated yesterday and
the authors of nettv and spiteful at-
acks upon hi. n in the lower end
the circuit were rebuked by the facts
that were made public. Not only did
Mr. Sexton show that the league as a
whole had had one of its most prosper
ous years, but his reports, which were
the most complete ever mesented at
m annual meeting, indicated even o
the two or three who may have b'c:i
unwilling to admit it. that the affairs
f the circuit had li-een conducted in tin
de and systematic manner. In view
f these ousid- rations it is no wondei
that the magnates seemed disposed fo
ally around .Mr. Sexton as the ideal
man for president, for another year. :
FOR FIGHT DONE
Johnson Will Weigh IfMt Pounds and
Jvetchcl 1T." in the Ifcittle
San Francisco. Cal., Oct. 1".. Tomor
row will see the last boxing done bj
both Ketcht'l and Johnson for their
! big light for the heavyweight cham
pionship Saturday afternoon.
Johnson will enter the ring around
the l'u; pound mark, die same liguro
at which he fought Tommy Hums !n
Australia. After his boxing on Sun
day the heavyweight champion
weighed lTt7' pounds, but expects to
dry out a bit.
Just what Ketchel will weigh Satur
day is problematical. Willus Bri't
aims to keep his man around 17j
pounds, but it is possible Ket'diel may
be below this Figure, as he is carrying
HAYDEM ON THE PROGRAM
Superintendent of Schools Will Ad
dress Northern Illinois Teachers.
Superintendent II. It. Ilayden of
tin' public schools of this city, has
received copies of the program which
will be carried out at the meeting of
(lie Northern Illinois Teachers' asso
ciation in Galena Oct. 28.29. and .10.
The association takes in most of the
sehool teachers in the northern bnlf
of the state and the meetings will be
well attended. Galena has made ox-
I tensive preparations lor eineriaunng
land taking care of the visitors while
I t!ie are there.
Superintendent Ilayden is the only
I b tal school man who has been as
: signed a place on the program. He
! will lead a general discussion Friday
morning. The discussion will be on
Ith. best, way to utilize the interniis
! ion periods between classes in
FINES FOR FOUR PIRATtS
aimiitz, Clarke, Leach and CJihson
Penalized for Wrangling.
Hetroit, 1 Oct. 13. The national
commission announces that it has fin
ed Cainntiz. Clarke, Leach and Gib
i son of Pittsburg ?2o eacn ror tneir
dilatory tactics and umpire baitlnp
in Monday's game. The trouble can
in the seventh inning, when the De
I troit team made its rally. Mille
! throw wildly to Abstein and the Pitts
jburg players made the claim that
; -Moriarity had interfered with Ab
! stein on the play. This started r.
long wrangle. Manager Clarke va:
j lined for calling Umpire O'Loughlin
an "American leaguer," thus alleg
i ing that he was not giving the Na
tional leaguers a fair deal.
Have only one doctor just one I No
sense 'in running from one doctor to
another! Select the best one, then
stand by him. No sense in trying this
thing, that thing, for your cough. Care-
fully, deliberately select the best cough
medicine, then take it. Stic
Stick to it.
TIME REAL HERO
Stops Runaway Between Rock
River Bridges and Prevents
HANGS ON TO THE HORSES
Owner Presents Jack With a I5ig
Watermelon For His Trouble
An incident got abroad today con
corning Jack Tigbe which will be of
interest not only to his many friends
but to all the people in tho city who
know him. Our big baseball inana
ger and pennant winner extraordi
nary is a hero, a real live hero, from
all accounts. Last week a runaway
occurred on me bridsies between
Sears and Milan which might have
resulted in loss of lite had it not
neen lor ngiies prompt and rattier
daring action. Several rigs were on
their way to Milan over the find
ridge when suddenly a team draw
ing a large wagon, snot into view
firm the toll gate on Vandruff's i
land, and it bid fair to uct to flu
ridge bet ore the rigs could get of
-r it. Had they come togvtho." on
the structure the results would have
TIrIi-p h the Job.
When the frightened runawnvs had
cemc within several hundred feet of
the bridge, a burly man darted out
ir'ini the roadside and took ai'ter
them and after an exciting chase sue
ceded in getting bold of the bi'idli
oi one ot the horses. Then com
menced a fight for the mast or v hl-li
nded at the entrance to the bridgi
when the man proved himself master
and brought the team to a standstill.
The man was none oilier than Jack
Tigho. lie arrived on the scene from
H.e bungalow in which he is camp
ing, just in time to avert a catas
iiic roau nenimi tne runawav
team presented strange appeal ante
as it was literally covered with watt "
melons which had fallen out of tin
wagon. The owner of the team ar
rived on the scene soon after the
team had been stopped and Jack se
Mired a large ripe luscious water
melon for his trouble.
WATERTOWN IS OUT,
SO ALBANY LEARNS
Koportcd Silvis Will lie Southern
Terminal of Tri-City and
I lie sentiment at Alhanv. the
m rt hern terminal of the Tri-City and
Northeastern interttrban as it is now
planned, seems to be that SiHis will
be made the terminal on the south
side of the line because ol the fail
ure of the people of Watertown to
meet the demands of the promoters
of the road. The following from lb..
Albany Review give's their view of the
sit nation :
"Several weeks nge, while the at-
te-ndants were absent, the heard of
trustee's ef the village of Watertowi
met in seilenin spsskhi and agrvd to
permit the Tri-City & Nortiie.. stern
Interuiban railway company to n.;.
that proud village- as a terminal. They
agreed among themselves to web om
the irterurban with eipe-n arms, to
t'lin over a huge key labeled 'Wel
come to niir e-ity.' and have- a rah!
rah! quartet from the b,ill to greet
it The conside-rnt ion asked feir war
ned annual passes for the village of
ficials hut $:5,0t0 in real meney. a
power heuise and the macadamizing
ef all the stree-ts evor which the in
teruiban will pass. There's nothing
modest about either the residents or
in. nates of the hospital city. Long
may they want and longer may they
demanel! Jn the meantime it is meire
tiian likely that asylum visiteirs will
wait for the hourly cars from the tri
cities, while the T. C. & N. cars will
be merrily rolling from Silvis to Al
bany and from Albany to Silvis six
or edght times on hour."
BUILDING EAGLE ADDITION
Work t ommciiccel on Xew Me-ctiiig
Hall at Home.
This morning work was started;
for the removal of the barn in the
rear of the Eagles' home on Twenty-
nrst street anei iourtn avenue, se
that work may be commenced on the
new addition to the home at once.
Yesterday afternoon, the committee
in charge of the improvement met
at the home and additional bids were
opened. John Einfeldt was the low
est bidder, but he stated that lie
would be unable to begin the werk
at once, as was desired and the con
tract was awarded to the next lowest
biddes, Gus Burgeson. The addition
will cost between $1,200 and $1,400
and will be used for a meeting hall
and pool room. It is to be of brick
and its dimensions 30x4S feet.
BOSTON WINS 2 OUT OF 3
Tris Speaker Lines Homer 'With Tvve.
Out in Ninth, Tuking Third.
Boston, Oct. 13. Speaker, Boston's
sneedy center fielder, won the third
game of tho New York-Boston post
season series yesterday, 5 to 4, when
be smashed a liner to right field in
the ninth inning and scored a home
The locals led the visitors for eight
W. L. Pet.
Detroit 2 2 .500
Pittsburg , .2 2 .500
Oct. 12. 4 games.
Attendance 17,030 95,641
Receipts $21,103 $123,935
Players share... 11,395 66,924
Each club's share 3,798 22,303
CorrTis'ion's share 2,110 12,393
Kl l, 11. AY Kits' Ml t -;s.
Winning team $40,154.94
Losers : 26,769.96
slum: ok iii ii,ukii.
If Pittsburg wins (23
If Detroit wins (20 men). 2,007.74
innings, bitting Ames so freely that
he was taken out in the eighth to al
low Meyers to bat. In the ninth Hall
weakened and New York cot three
runs, tying (lie score. After two men
had been retired in Bostons' half.
Speaker lined out the home run.
The paid attendance was 5,802 and
the cross receipts $i:,s:jl. The nation
nl commission receives ?2sn, the clubs
$1,()1M), and the players divide $1,530.
Iloston 110 0 02 0 01 5 12 2
New York 0 0 1 0 0 0 I) 0 Z 4 7
Hall and Carrigan; Ames,
Crandall and Sehlei.
BY A WOMAN SERVANT
Tillie Shocmaclicr Is' Arrested on '
: Keck Island Train at lies
Tillie Shoomacher, IS
employed at the Jlailey
donee in Davenport, d'
e eiiing rigged out in her unstress
e-iothes. besides a couple of suit
ises ftiil ef wearing apparel and jew-
Iry. The; family was attei.iiing the
theater, and the girl took advantage
of their absence. It was learm ! that
ie left em the 10:-s train f t r Dos
Memies and the police notified the
conductor to hold her till I .- Mein(s
was reached. He die! so and she
was lot ked up at He's Moines. A
Davenport eflicer left fhis nft'Tiioon
for that place to bring iutr naek for
ON IN NICARAGUA
.iuaii .1. l,s(rnla r.iccteti i'ro isional
PrcsideMit by the l-'iiemies of
New Orleans. I-., 'Oct. 1.1. -A spe
cial to the 1 lines I letiiocrat iioin ism .-
fields. Nicaragua, Oe-.t. 1. states: "A
revolution broke out texlay and Juan
J. i:: trala has been edo ted provision. 1
president of Nicaragua." The ri voli
tionists claim the-v have- a nuijoritv of
tile vote,':', with theun in liieii- fjglit
gainst President Zelaya.
Frightful Fate Averted.
would have been a cripple fer
freun a terrible cut on my knee
cap, writes Frank insiierry, Kelliher,
Minn., "without Ducklen's Arnica
Halve, which seon cured me." Infalli
ble for wounds, cuts and bruises. It
soon cures burns, scalds, old sores.
boils, skin eruptions. World's best for
piles. 25c at all druggists.
Your cough annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate mem
branes or 'your throat if you want to
be annoyed. But if you want relief,
want to be cured, take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druegists
.Are you a iik-iiiIh-i- of a sec
If so you will he pleased tet
know that you may sele-ct a
e harm, pin or hi I button freun
a strictly new stock.
.No old fashione'el abomina
tions, hut artistic, pleasing
Masonic, K. of C, I'lks, Odd
Fellews, I'aglcs, .Modern Wood
men, C. 1-., Ka.steiii Star and
SHAKEUP IN TEAM
High School Football Players
Arc Shifted Around and
R0CKF0RD HERE SATURDAY
Locals Will Have Hardest Game of
Year on Tlieir Hands linige
high school football team is
reiving a general shakeup at the hands
of Coach Cray and the improvement
has shoAn at once. Ginger has been
I injected into tne oat-KUeitf anu in
line has be.viun to develop the stone
wall" feature. Kristcnsoii, the big
tackle, nas boon moved back to th'?
position of fullback on the offense and
Mclntyre has bc-en placed at guard
when the locals are carrying the ball.
On the defense. Kns'enson goes bacK
to tackle and Liitt plays defuisive full
back-while the whole system of see
ondary defense and the playing of the
nds have been changed.
Kellev I as been put ill the lineup
at rif;nj t,I1(- an,i )C anfi Kittilsen ar.)
playing the secondary defense. They
play well back from the; line of scrim
mage and aim to prevent forward
passes and onsuio kicks. I ney are
really the defensive halfbacks. The
pesition ef smashing e'nds are as-
sigin (1 to Canty and Mclntyre and they
eiid the-ir . we-rk ; well in practice last
night. The interference of the second
tea in was ground to pieces by the
ends and lacKlcs. net ore if. was ante .
get under way and Principal 1 1.
Hrown who w;-s out watching' the
scrimmage was well pleased with the
llnral eU.-imr Ahfinl.
The te'am greatly ne-eds the gingei
which has been injected intej it by the
above changes, as they face- (he tough
est prop-jsition ef the season next Sat
urday when they meet the Rock ford
te'am. Itoekf'ud has always turned
ot:t a team wh;eh has been in the run
ning for the stale championship, and
this year seems no exception to the
rcneral rule. The te-am has been win
ing up every thing it lias met and will
come down here confident er defeating
the Islanders. t is hoped that a huge
rrenvd will turn out for the game. n )f
only because if the fact that the team
needs suppert in the- reioting line, but
bee-ause of the heavy expense attache-
to bringing the RoeKford bovs here.
Tin feetball fans of the city might 1 i
take it upon theim Ive. to K'e- fha'
the Jn-al arseiciat ion does no! sufT-f
financially through its e-fforts lo give
them the best there is in intcischemi-
astie football and the- liest wav to ilo
hi.; is to attend the game-. This e-ilv
has a most remarkable ree-ord for the
upport it gives to its baseball team.
and there is to reason why the same
support and enthusiasm should not be
extended to the high selmol football
warriors who labeir gratis for the re
i:own ;f (he city in the football world.
Victors in Illinois-Missouri
(veil I'eiuiaiit at .vlcs-l;ig.
.Monmouth, III., Oct. i:j. At the an
nual meeting of the directors of the
Illinois-Missouri baseball league the
Monmoulli Drowns wore d eel an d the
vie tors for lltn'J and we're formally pre
sented with the championship bunting.
After a strenuous fight Monmouth
was give'ii permission to withdraw
l'rem the league should this city It-
successful in landing a berth in the
Central association on condition lhat
$::00 be- deiosited with the league to
eove-r expenses incurred in securimi a
successor in the I. M.
MASONIC LODGE ELECTS
Olliecrs .Are Chosen, Only One Con
Chicago. Oct. IS. Officer of t he
Masonic. (Jrand I-odge of Illinens were-
elected yesterday at the annual e-em-
munication. held at Medinah temple.
The only contest en-curred over the
office of junior grand warden, the
other positions being filled by ae-cla-
Ralph II. Wheeler entered the lisfs
against K. 15. Be-arch and Dr. J. B.
McEatrich. ami peHed 700 votes, as
against 600 for Dr. McFatrich and
liOO for Mr. Bearch. The other officers
Grand master Albert I). Ashley,
Deputy grand master Delmar D.
Senier granel warden II. T. Bur-
nap, Upper Alton.
Grand treasurer Leroy A. God-
Grand secretary Isaac Cutter,
It was shown that there are 96,-
000 Masons in Illinois. Sessions con
tinue today and tomorrow, the com
munication closing tomorrow after
noon with the installation of officers.
Last of Series to Badgers.
Tokio, Oct. 13. The university of
Wisconsin baseball team beat Tokio
university in the last of the series
of games which the collegians cross
ed the ocean to play. The score was
8 to 0. The Japanese pitcher was
batted freely, 10 members of the Wis
consin team reaching first on clean
drives. The best the home team
There is no ARGUMENT
in FAVOR of our
SERVICE so STRONG as
At Reasonable Kates
CALL, WRITE OR MONK
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK ELDJL, H2li 411
OLD PHONE.WEST 132 INtr5!03.
OPEN WEDNESDAY AKD SATURDAY MIGHTS
TO HEAD BIG ROAD
M. Hays Will lie- I :le ted I'resiilcnt
of raml Trunk When Wilson
London, Oct. 1J. It was .-tmiouiic-1
yesterday that w he'ii at the -nd
of the.- present year Sir Charles Kivers
il:;on re-tire-s from the pre-sidoncv of
he (Iran 1 Trunk railway ef Canada.
which office he- has occupie'd for I ."i
ears, C. M. Hays, the- general inan
g'r in Canada, will succeed to the
t itie of preside-ut.
This will give .M Hays the- saine
mk as is accorded to I be chief exec-
ttive- of other Anieriean and Cnnad
The noard of directors will con
tinue to bo the same-, the control and
d m in i:t rat ion ed" the company will
e- as hejejte.fore. and now ollices of
hairman and fjco chairman, to be
:-atod. v.HI fo Iteld liy directors otb
r than tin- president. Vice- presid- tit
. W. timithe-rs will be the first chair
man of the board.
CELEBRATE COLUMBUS DAY
Oean .1. .1. Oitinii Tells of Life of His-
cin'iTiT iiml IVrils of Veiyuge.
Knights of Columbus of Hock Is-
rind in song and speech, ias-. e veiling
lonorod the memory of t,i.- man from
bom their society take-, its i.anie.
be ! In at inn was held at the
Knights ed" Columbus ball, which wa
led with iiionibc-rs and tbeir
riends The address of the veiling
was given by Dean .). .1. uin:i of St.
.lo.seph s cliurch. who expressed grat
ification at the act of the Ill'tiois leg
b'afurc in making a legal ho'idav ed'
the anniversary of the day upon
whiedi Christopher Col it m lie -s oi. cov
ered Ame-rica. Tin speaker also
told f the life of the exp'oior. the
ircumstatu-e-s loading up to bis per
ilous voyage- and the trihelali ns of
I; is von lu re.
Tln-re was a program ef music and
(lie evening was concluded with
TAFT PASSES THE DESERT
Ii iil(-iit 'i-osNf, Saixl
Arizona and Vigils
Yuma, - Ariz., Oct. 13.
Taft today Is speeding
sands of Arizona well started on I i
journey back from the I'aeifiic li the
Atlantic coast. lie reached Yuma
about ( this morning, stopped at Mar
icopa a few minutes and continued
northward to Phoenix and tin- other
principal cities of (he territory.
Steen Is Drafted.
Pitcher Steen i,f filimmmui'm has
lieen drafted iv the 1 1 nl i i n . i tx, I i h clnii.
could do was three hits off the e
ge pitcltor. lOrrors were -enly -'i-
vided. each team making two mis
plays. SOCIETY WOMEN'S HAIR.
A Simple Treatment That Will Make
It Truly I 'nscinnt ing II. it.
Kolfs (ilia ran tecs It.
Nowadays every up-to-date woman
has radiant hair.
What a foolish creature a woman
would be if she lost the opportunity
to add to her attractions.
Vet in America today there are
hundreds of thousands of women
with harsh, faded characterless hair
who do not make any attempt to im
In Paris most women have beauti
ful hair, anil in America all women
who use Parisian Sage have lustrous.
and luxuriant hair.
Any any woman reader of the tins
paper can have attractive ami lus
trous hair- in a few day's time by-
using this great hair rojuvenator, !
The Harper house pharmacy sells
a large bottle for no cents and they
guarantee it to banish dandruff, stop
falling hair and itching scalp in two
weeks or money back.
Pnrlsian Sage is an Ideal hair tonic,
not sticky or greasy.
t J!'-ml I
BIG STOCKNEW AND
Vv'e take your old books that
are in good conditiem. Will
be open evenings next week
from 7 te 'J to ae-comnmdate
theise- who cannot come during
place to buytyour books
4 I 'P OTA1I I?
lTM) Third Avenue.
CLARK'S CRUISE OF THE "CLEVELAND'
18,000 ton, brand now,
' supurtly fined.
liiOlHID t VVORLI
U STEAMER i ENTIRE CRiJISE c:. -
Wltb rlcvafnr, r cninuiiiui,
ll-'U KHimUIIHK fx M I .
FROM NEW YORK, OCTOBER 16. 109
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SPECIAL rEATURES I Madjir. Eoyp,
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To THE oniEiil
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It will be our coiistniit iilni
to give yen I lie moot gixids lor
lite lca--t money.
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fancy No. 1,
Sardine:-;, prepared with
lard ilrcs.'.iiig. be-d
:;a!ity, per can ,
Oil sardines, seven cans . 25
Cheese, a strictly pure
cream cheese, ni'l.l in
llavor, per pound
V.'ixun-.in brick and liai
burger. per pound 22c
per perk . .
Tigs, new, per package .
Pickles, sour, put up in
Crackers, fresh and crisp,
better, baked, per pound
luc, throe pound;;
Silisfaclioii guainn(;cd or
Yours for business.
2207 Fourth Avenue.