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THE -ROCK 1ST j AN I AKGUS; TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1889.
Tuesday A. M.
August 13tli, at 9 o'clock,
and for 2 hours (until 11 o'clock) we shall sell 4 yards or Pep
erell R Muslin and a spool of J. & P. Coats' best thread
-FOR 25 CENTS.
Any time during this week we will
trim free ct charge any ooe of the 25
dozen sailor hats bought at our store last
week at 9c. During the great rush of
properly wiflt on those
iwlcrt trlnitiilngs, am!
ibis liberal donation
mat be satisfactorily
bring tour hats as this
only for this week.
arriving, new Hals arriving, new birds -black birds and black parrots are Tery
fashionable we have thi-m.
Kariv purchases of fall Preas Oood are arriving, and we will be pleased to
how them and discuss all points of style, price and quality.
Iiiittfrirk's IHineator for September are also received, and you can easily de
termine upon styles to make up dresses for the coming season.
This week takes the balance or the Silk Mitts from the bankrupt glove bouse
of Woir Jt Weidner. Last rail, lowesf cuts, grandest drive of the season.
1714. 171. 1718. 1720 and 1733 Skcond Avenck. Rock Island.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 7.V..
All late styles. These prices are for these days only.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1701) Secend Avenue.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, ining only 12.17 as much ice as its best compet
iioranli).17 as much as one of its would be competitors.
possesses the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohter can eijual. and has preserved fresh meats three
weeks in the hottest weather. Produces better results with less ice
than any other Refrigerator. The flues of the
do not require cleaning as do other makes, being perfectly and scien
tifically constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
sweet and clean. The best mado, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator In the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in R'tck Inland than all others.
WILMRD BAKER & CO.,
SOLK AGENTS FOR KOCK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
we were unable toj
who wished to
we therefore make
of our time that all
treated. Come arid
offer holds good
Clearing price 48c.
" " 44c.
" " 38c.
" " 22c.
it t. -to-
JOHNNY GOT HIS GIRL.
How Elvira Cue d iff Outwitted Her
Baeaa mmi Maaplne were Wart snare
ta Her Thaa Hasae Haaty Mar
ti ace mm Deptriare fur law a. A
Msstk Ksrk !! Case.
They bare a bran 1 new sensation in the
lower half of Rocl Island, one that Is the
absorbing topic down there today, aud
it is not so much a subject of interest
because of the sud lenness of its consum
mation as of the trail of Interesting cir
cum stances leadii e up to it. It is of
tlie order of an elopement or rather a
hasty marriage w ithout the consent of
the bride's parents, and an affair that is
attended, too, by facts which merit the
deepest sympathy for the parents of the
young lady who figures as the heroine of
The facts of the case may be brit fly re
lated: A few weoks ago there came to
Rock Island a patty of young men for
the purpose of mi.king a thorough can
vass of the city in the interests of "Soap
ine," and "Soapine did it." Among the
number was one named John . Bacon
who had been here before and had
formed the acquaintance of Miss Elvira
Cundiff, daughter of Mr. Wm. J. Cundiff,
manager of the Rock Island Plow compa
ny's store, and who lives at 1212 Third
avenue. The retirn of the young man
to Rock Island witnessed an infatuation
for Bliss Elvira wlich was reciprocated to
the fullest degree. The young lady's
father saw the growing attachment and
made an inquiry a to the condition, cir
cumstances and pi st history of his pros
pective son-in-law and not learning any
thing particularly commendatory, the
"Soapine" drumner was forbidden the
house. But the course of love's voung
dream was not to be so easily thwarted,
and the pair met. on the sly on the street
or at the residence of a mutual friend.
where their love as quickened. These
meetings were not. unobserved and were
called to the attention of the father, who
watched their mcvements and thought
that the love match and clandestine meet
ings of the lovers, thtough his watchful
ness, was terminated for good and for
aye. But it was not to be so. The
young lady by defers spirited away to
a young lady friend's bouse all her cloth
iog and other effects. Neighbors became
cognizant of the continued meetings of
the couple, and it was this that made the
climax of last evening more interesting to
Meanwhile the "Soapine" gang had
finished itscanvaw of the three cities,
and last night the time came for depar
ture. Elvira determined to go with her
lover to the neztcity to be visited Iowa
City. A license tr wed was procured,
and the young people were married, and
took the train for Iowa City. Mr. Cun
diff and bis wife are iadignanl and the
father is confined to the house from the
blow. It may tur tout that the young
man is not as ha. I as pictured to the
father, but the father thinks a young
man wishing the hand of bia daughter
when forbidden th 3 house on account of
doubt of character, should prove his re
cord and good t ame and then there
would be no necessity of an elopement
South Rock Ialt nd comes to the front
today with a love affair somewhat simi
lar to the above, but the end of which
has bas not yet arrived. Roswell Rich
mond objected to .he late hours kept by
his stept-daughte Alpha Turner and
Carl Range, a C. B. & Q. fireman. lie
did not have any tlislike for Ringe, until
he discovered that be had encroached up
on the lovers' hour when be got up
one night to get a drink. Then
he told Ranee :t was time for him
to depart. The i;irl at first interceded
on behalf of bir friend, whom she
claimed was sick, and Range finally de
parted bidding Richmond good night, but
the latter now cla ms that he afterward
reentered tlw bouca and that he found
him up stairs, and upon ordering him out
Range retorted by the use of abusive lan
guage. Hence he had him arrested for
disorderly conduct and Officer Cary ar
rested him when he came in on his engine
last night and the bearing is in progress
before Magistrate "Wivill. The female
members of the ft mily are said to sympa
thize with the young couple. Range is
well known and has many friends in Rock
The Verne Mwala Mold.
The sale of tue little packet Verne
Swain to John Streckfus by Swain &
Hicks was today consummated, and Mr.
Streckfus bas tasen possession of her,
and will comman 1 her from this on. The
price paid is said to be $3,000.
Mr. Streckfus new departure wilt not
interfere in any vay with his business in
terests in Rock Island, which will be at
tended to by bis arotber, Joseph Streck
fus. Mr. Streckfus is a thorough busi
ness man, makin; a success of every
thing he goes into and will doubtless
prove as accomp ished and energetic a
skipper as be bas a merchant. We wish
him abundant success.
JHallae Mr rape.
Henry McLarnsn, of Moline, was ar
rested this morning on a charge of rape
preferred by Jos e Bonglitz, an employe
of the Eeator Louse, who alleges the
crime was comm tted at the Odd Fellows'
picnic at Moline Saturday.
In Wever'a sal xn in Moline last night
ErlcLindberg ai d Harry Fay got into
an altercation o'-er a foot race Lindberg
bad won. Fay, who is a barber, went to
bis shop, and a curing a razor, slashed
Lindberg in seve al places about the4ack,
abdomen and lej;s. The barber was ar
rested and a physician summoned, who
pronounced the injuries serious, but not
Weat her Fareea at.
U. B. Sisnai Optics, I
'Tahtngton,D.C, Aug. IS. f
For the next 24 boors for Illinois:
Showers and slightly cooler.
At Black Hark watch tower landing
for rant by the bour or day. . Ten row
boats, three tail boats and one barge.
THE WHITE EAGLE.
Her Owarra May Mae la Mare sas
will be laipravcal Aacered at the
Taaacat af Aaataer Kxearslaa Boat.
Davknpobt, Iowa, Aug. 12. In your
issue of Aug. 3rd appears an interview
on excursion business with an old river
man who who would not risk a dol
lar in the enterprise he speaks of or any
others to benefit the tri cities when there
was any risk, as is well knovn. but who
would like to get forty fellow citizens to
Invest $30,000 in an excursion boat
never to get it back. The cold facts as
proved by those who have invested in
river transportation of late years are.
that he who invests $30,000 in any kind
of a steamboat simply loses it, and sev
eral years of labor and annoyance with
it. All the excursion business or steam
boats of any kind on the Mississippi
river or any other western rivers require
is a large, roomy, light stern wheel boat
that will run cheaply and in all stages of
water; managed by men of experience
with no retinues of paid presidents, sec
retary and other shore officers consum
ing the little revenue the boats
earn; officered by men of expe
rience and interested in runuine
the boat cheaply and well. Such
boats only will meet with any suc
cess financially or otherwise. "But to
our mutton." The said "hard shell," well
named river man, in describing the boats
now engaged in the excursion trade here,
admits the White Eagle is large enough,
but steps out of his way to say "she is
not safe in his estimation," which he has
done before, and is false in every partic
ular as testified to by the U. S. inspectors'
certificate, allowing her to carry seven
hundred passengers; and which testimo
ny he will probably he called on in the
courts to refute. The .way to have good
racililies in any business is to patronize
that company or individual that presents
them to the public. Such facilities the
Hawkeye Excursion company have fur
nished to some extent in the White Etgle.
which boat is just the size and arranged
and outfitted in the best manner possible
to accommodate the number allowed
seven hundred persons. She only lacks
one thing to make her complete and give
her the uecessary speed, nine miles an hour
up stream and twelve miles down, and
that is a pair of new steel boilers which
will be allowed 175 nounds of steam.
These will be put in this fall although
me present ones are perfectly safe with
the steam allowed, which is not enough
to give the speed required.
This company is regularly organized
under the laws of Iowa with ample capi-
pai at its command to carry out the above
business, and asks no help, ouly a pat
ronage such as its efforts deserve. In
doing this the business men of the tri-
cities wilt take no risk in investing in
wnat bas been proved by actual exper
ience to he a visionary scheme.
Hawkeye Steamboat Company.
Lon Bryson, Manager.
The writer of the ahow is probiibly
mistaken in "sizing up" the river man
with whom the Aruub reporter bud the
interview alluded to, for he is a gentle
man who is not given to "visionary
schemes" and has had as much practical
experience as any steamboat man on the
river. Further than this, the Ahous does
not believe he borrowed any opportunity
to speak disapprovingly of the While
Eagle or that he bad any particular ob
ject in so doing. If there had been such
a supposition in the mind of the reporter.
that portion of the interview would have
been stricken out. The Hawkeye Ex
cursion company should not suppose that
every new scheme that proposes an oppo
sition to its interests is engendered by
malice toward it. Men who probabiy
never saw or heard oi the White Eagle
stand ready today to invest in the new
excursion steamer such as the drift of the
interview proposed, and the Argus with
out any thoughts of the White Eagle,
Golden Gate or any other excursion boat.
would like to see the project brought to
a successful consummation.
The Mreond Avrnor Pavement an Far
mn It Han I'rocrrHHfd I'reparlnc
The heavy down pour of rain at an
early bour this morning had the most de
sired effect imaginable upon the Second
avenue pavement as far as it has been
put down. It drove the sand into the
little crevices between the brick and
packed them as solid as tar or cement
could have done, and this morning it
would have been the next thing to im
possible to dislodge one of the tightly
packed brick with a crow bar without
The Galesburg brick was put in for a
considerable space on the Union square
side this morning and the effect is most
pleasing to the eye. It looks elegant
and it is safe to assert that there will not
be a man in Rock Island but who will
take a great deal of pride in . the work
when it is completed, and like Oliver
Twist, petition for more. That's the pre
vailing spirit in Rock Island already and
is likely to spread and multiply rather
The task of removing the telephone.
telegraph and electric light wire poles
within the curbing, to make way for the
pavement is progressing rapidly. Man
ager J. R. Johnston has a force at work
taking in the Brush Light company's
poles, and is making good headway. So
far but one objection to fulfilling this
part of the mayor's injunction has been
filed. Messrs. J. & M. Rosenfield,
the bide men, remonstrated on the
ground that they did not want their side
walk disturbed and torn up, and so Mr.
Johnston left the pole in front of their
store remain until he could see the mayor.
The Messrs. Rosenfield claim they are
going to put down a flagstone walk and
that the pole will be in the way if moved
in. What the mayor will do remains to
be seen, but be should not permit the
pole to remain outside the curbing and he
ought not to be asked or expected to.
John L. Sullivan' Trial.
Purvis, Mia., Aug. 13. The special term
of court to try tbe prize-fight cases opened
yesterday. Host of the accused, including
Sullivan, Titzpatrick, Kenand, Rich, and
others were on band. The judge, in charg
ing tbe grand jury, said that tbe principals
and all accessorial to a prize fight were
guilty of high misdemeanor. The charge
was severely against the sluggers and their
friends, and last night it was learned that
indictments had been found against all the
accused on three or four counts.
"What makes you so cold, Evef inquired
"I rather think," she replied, ""that it's due
to tbe Uto fall" Hotel Mail.
AT THE THEATRE.
The Meanea ta Opea the SOth
A Long- Serlea of Exeelleat Attrae-
Manager Steel will reopen the theatri
cal season at Harper's theatre on the
20th next Tuesday evening with
Lilly Clay's Gaitey company. Mr. Steel
has been fortunate in booking bis at
tractions ahead, though he has many
open dates yet and is negotiating for a
number of tbe best entertainments on tbe
road with good prospects. He has al
ready a list that speaks for itself. Here
August 20 Lilly Clay's Gaiety compa
August 24 Newton Beer's "Lost in
August 31 Aiden Benedict.
Sept. 10 "A Brass Monkey."
Sept. 16 One week. Renfro's "Jolly
Sept. 80-Fenner & Crane's Comedy
Oct. 9 Beach & Bower's minstrels.
Oct. 10. 11 and 12 A. R. Wilber's
"Two Wives" Co.
Oct. 21 Geo. Adams and Tom Hanlan
in "He, She, Him and Her."
Oct. 30 Hanlon's "Fantasma."
Nov. 16 Stetson's "Uncle Tom's
Nov. 19 Charles Arnold's "Hans, the
Nov. 23 "Silver King."
Nov. 27 "The Dear Irish Boy."
Nov. 29 McCabe & Young's min
Dec. 2 "Chip of the Old Block."
Dec. ft Atkinson's "Bad Boy."
Dec. 7 "Time Will Tell."
Dec. 12 Joe Murphy.
Dec. 30 "Zo Zn."
Dec. 3'. Murray & Murphy.
Jan. S "Happy" Cal Wagner's Min
Jan. 4 May Howard's Burlesque com
Jan. 9 The Gormans' minstrels.
Feb. 12 "The Tin Soldier."
Feb. 15 Frank Jones' "Si Perkins."
March 5 Chas. E. Verner as "Sliamus
April 8 "Among the Pines."
April 14 The Three St. Felix Sisters'
Musical Comedy company.
M. E. camp meeting begins Thursday.
Free McCabe Bros, will trim vour fir
Sailor hat, free.
Davenport defeated Springfield strain
yesterday by a score of 5 to 3.
Last of the Wolf & Weidner silk mils
this week at McCabe Bros.
The White Etgle brought up a bic ex
cursion from Muscatine today.
Mrs. F. A. Cramer, of Lexington. Ky..
is visiting old friends in Rock Island.
The First M. E. church folks have
gone to Hampton on the Golden Gate for
a picnic today.
Manager J. P. Loonev. of tbe Western
Union telegraph office, left for Ottawa
today to attend tbe races.
McCabe Bros, will trim free of charge
any d y this week any of those 9c Sailor
hats bought at their store last week.
Mr. aud Mrs. James Campbell, of 1107
Eighth avenue, lost their daughter, Mary
in her ninth year, Sunday evening, death
being caused by diphtheria.
The Moline DUnatch thinks the elec
tion of W. R. Moore, of that city, as
president of the M. V. A. R. A., portends
another regatta on Sylvan water. Hope
The Wideawakes are circulating a re-
tion for assistance to put in necessary
conveniences in the way of a team, etc ,
ana should receive liberal encourage
ment. The body of an infant which had ap
parently liyed three days, was found in
the river at Davenport this morning.
It had been in the water about a week
A Rock Island woman who had en
trusted her gold watch to a Davenport
lawyer for safe keeping, threatens to
have him arrested for failing to return it
to ber on demand.
Moline is making great preparations
for her fire department review on Thurs-
day.of this week. A number of Rock
Island companies will participate and it
will be quite a day for the fire laddies.
Governor Fifer has honored the requsi-
tion of Governor Hill, of New York, for
the return of Josephine Ramsey, alias
Josephine Artz, of Aledo, Mercer coun
ty, wanted for murder in the empire
The glass work employes are returning
from their wnnn vacation daily. John
broomhall and wife were last to put in an
appearance, arriving last evening after an
extended visit in Mercer and adjoining
Mr. J. F. Cook, the embonpoint pas
senger agent of the C, R. I. it P., left
Saturday night for a week's outing at
Spirit Lake. During his absence T. B.
Reidy is on day duty, and James E. Reidy
has charge of the office at night.
The Y. M. C. A. were delightfully en
tertained at the borne of Dr. and Mrs. C.
B. Kinyon last evening. There were
about 150 present. Ice cream and cake
were served and abaut $12 realized to
wards the new piano fund of tbe associa
Alderman Schnell, of this city, bas re
ceived the contract for the rebuilding of
ine t. Alary s church spire at Fort Mad
ison, Iowa. The Democrat says the spire
is to be about its former height and, with
other work, frescoing and outside repairs,
will cost $7,000. There is about $4,000
on hand for tbe work, which will not be
commenced until the entire amount is
raised next spring.
The Union takes offense because the
A Rous out of the goodness of its heart
put the morning paper on to an item.
such as characterize the contents of
its columns. The Union should not b
so sensitive, as the Aruub furnishes it
news every day, and don't say anything
about it either, but tbe character of tbe
news we are frank to confess, is generally
speaking of a vastly different and more
readable nature. That's tbe reason
we have said nothing.
The Holmes syndicate which owns the
Btreet railway lines in Indianapolis has
purchased 200 acres of land five miles
north of that city and will lay out the
whole as a park. The land cost $20,000,
and it is proposed to expend $50,000 in
beautifying the grounds. The land is
picturesquely situated on White river,
and will be connected with the city by
an electric railway. Why cannot Mr.
Holmes do something of tbe kind on
some of the beautiful sites between Rock
Island and Moline? Who knows but be
An exchange very truly observes that
"the man who grows up in bis native
village is regarded as a boy by his elders
nntil be is well started down tbe decliv
ity that ends in a bole. The stranger
who comes into a place may not be an
honest upright man, but be iaoftener
pushed to the front than tbe well known,
unostentatious young man who bas grown
from boyhood to man's estate without
the transition being noticed by bia every
day companions. This is tbe reason why
so many young men become dissatisfied
with their borne surroundings and long to
cut taetr lot in outer quarters.'
The C, R. I. & P. road will sell
round trip tickets to the G. A. R. en
campment at Milwaukee for $6.23, or one
way fare. Tickets will be on sale from
August 21 to the 28th inclusive, good to
return until Sept. 5. They will be good
only for a continuous passage, but they
will not be required to be stamped at Mil
waukee for return trip. This will enable
parties who wish to go east of Chicago
to return through Chicago without going
back to Milwaukee, provided the ticket is
used before Sept. 5.
The Ladies ta the Satcns.
The latest fashion reporter of the highs
est authority gives it that since gentle
men are so infatuated with flannel shirts,
the ladies, who alone possess some pity
in their hearts for the poor suffering
laundrjoian, began wearing laundried
shirts, collars and cuffs. May the style
soon reach Rock Island, is the wish of
M. Goldburg, of the Rock Island steam
Tbe Moline and Rock Island Druids
will have an excursion to Peoria on Sun
day. Aug. 18th. Round trip $1.25.
Tickets can be secured in Rock Island at
Winter Lemburg's, Jos. Rubers, Wm.
Dressen and C. Leffler. No tickets sold
after Friday at 4 p. m.
Biahl's Hsndolm Orchestra-
Biehl's mandolin orchestra at 'Black
Hawk's watch tower every day from 10 a.
m. to 7.30 p. m. musical specialties.
xylophone solos, etc. a rich treat for
those fond of fine music.
The liver and kidneys must be kept in
good condition. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a
great remedy for regulating these organs.
On the Steamer-
GOLDEN GATE !
Saturday, Aug. 24, 1889.
Ronnd Trip Tickets, : $2.00.
The faint Willlp&VJ Rnr-lr lla..H .111. n. K
return Sunday evening. Bol w.ll arrive at
Burlington at 4 p. m. .Saturday and leave tuers at
8 o'clock on Sunday morr.ine
inn excursion will he Ine event or the (Mfon
in thai Hue. No Btron? drinks to be nolil on the
boat. All kinds nl nfr..ahm.nl. K 1.-
the boat for thooe who wiah ihem.
Comk Onk! Comr All!
and have a good time.
rhio W.ll be the onlv excursion thin apaanti
to Burlington. Ticket can be obtained at tbe
Diamond Jo olhVe. or H. s w,r' r..i.i,ru,.i
No. lt;i Second avenue. '
COOK, ICKES & CO.,
Under the Harper House.
We make a ipecialty of the manufac
ture of tbe
"Boquet.' 10 Cent Cigar.
all klcd of
and Smokers articles always on hand.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Inland House.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Bate 6$ per cent and 7
TWO MILLION HOLLA KM
Loaned by oa wilhont torn to any client.
tVCall or write for circular and references.
Llotutru j)AVLNP0RT ID.
I offer for sale at par and accrued in
terest the following First Mortgages on
farm and city property.
$5,500 doe in 5 yrs. bear'g 7 per et ; security sia.ooo
560 " 3 " ' 7 " "1500
are " a " " 7 n ',,
400 R " T " u J'A
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law-
Boons S and 4 Masonic Temple, r
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Xfe J CO
Geo. W ID. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
aatt Seventeenth St., tinder Commercial
3f First class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A niee residence at tlie upper end of the citv.
lame corner lot, convenient to ioland, depot and
fw mill, cheap
A nice new bonne, laree lot, hmhhery, treee.
etc., on Twen( -fourth mreet, cheap.
A new houtte of eiirht roonix, line lo fiOxl.Vl,
well located, within five block of the postoflice,
A neat brick honne with a larce lot for $2 0:i0,
convenient to upper dep..t and raw niill.
Two dwe linen with lot itlJ4, well located on
Moline avenue, at a great bargain .
A nice two-etory dwelling, well located, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with improvement, large
ground, on Kim street, cheap on eay terniH.
A two-ntorv bouse and lot, convenient to the
upper saw mill'-, depot and ronnd ho .se, re-y
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth f .50 for .30
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 " .70
Children's Shoes, 1.15 .90
Children's Shoes, " 1.50 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 " -75
Ladies' Slippers, " 100 " ,75
Wigwams, .90 " .75
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
tJgT"Call and see us. 9
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORK 1818 Second An.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
One of the nicest residences, with all conven
iences, nne hieh corner lot. tstxlfto. one of the bst
neinhborhoTos on Fourth avenue.
fl owl will buy two stores, well located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, aud tbe rent
pavina- a pood interest on tbe investment.
f l.lHIwill buy a dwelling with pood business
room in from, well located on Third avenue.
A new build iup, one of the liest money making
restaurants and hoarding: houses in the city, near
the '.. K. I & P. depot, well located for any kind
On of t he best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avenue.
One of the best payinc meat markets in the city ,
brick huildinc, first-class loration, cheap.
i'St will buy a good lot. Nixffc!. In eood loca
tion if taken soon. One of the best lots in the
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $5.00 for 4. 25
Ladies Fine Shoes.
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Lace Shoes,
Base Ball Shoes,
4 50 " 3.50
4 00 " 3.00
3.00 " 2.50
2 50 2.00
1.78 " 1.00
1.00 " .0