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TIIK AUG US, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 189:3.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
In the Case That Is Troubling
STATEMENT FOR THE PROSECUTION
Marie liy ltrv. Ir. IUrrli Tli- l 'n-ors A !
Ire"' Ajrninst Itie lrfTitl:in: New
York's l'r-svl-rv Ci-it irizi-il for lis Af-
tloii Ir. Uiicca Tiiki-s tin- Floor Willi
an Armiiriit t'laim n -r No .Turinl i-t ion
M-t-T off Otl-.c-r I:4!i:iiiH lloilies.
Washington. May :Jt. Arui!ient in
tbc lriirir case have lipsriin ami tin- mi-clionei-
that listened to tiii-ai whs ouv ti.
pnck"(l t'ao church. The 1 ulk-s ha i th
frallery anil they completely UlUvl it ivlii.i'
the floor was .ns fully rx cu jre.1 ly c-!ei--inen
.-nil prominent liym-ti. Th? fir-:
tbitii; si'ttl -il was the time to le (H-c::;iv v
in ifii.-. C :ili.l Professor linens trot the live
hours l:e w.-u.tci!; a!;-o permission to re-i.i
anun:").-r of complaints ami !;:ive t!ii'-;
prinfp.l. Kev. Dr. llirch, chairman of sh
prosper, rim; committee, llien took the !1 i :
ami j,-ivt' the Iiisti ry of the ruse. Hes.:i!
thf preshyti ry of Xew York ha ! ilisr-hex e!
the decree r.f the nssemMy by ilecliiiiriii to
express ir-elf on the basis of thu char-res
ajrair'st r. r.ri:rirs.
;r uixl t I In- rreljyt-ry Acquittal.
The pii stiyfi ry had ai quitted the ile
fendatit on the fcround that nlthoiiirh he
micl.t deny that Moses wrote the law
which the Gentile Christ ians o!s rve.l; nl
though there were oases wle re church an !
reason cou!d do what the llihle coul-1 not
do inah! a man to find (in! yet that
such statements did not ttan-nress the
limits of 1 liety allowed under th consti
tution of the l're-lyteria:i church to
scholarship anil opinion, llr. Bi rch said:
'We are hero to invoke this supreme court
to put r.rt end to tin- dissension and dispu
tation which the New York, presliyti-ry
vainly endeavored to s:u n:-e, first by the
d:s'i,i--al of the case ac-ainst lr. Uri",
ami, second, hy the jic quit ti.l of Or. llriiri;
qur.lif j itiii boih the dismissal
and the nc-
fiuittal bv lac tiositiv.' ilis
::nr f ariv
approval of the cont.ri
(I statements -f
the inauu'i rrd iiiliiri-cs."'
ruril. ii'iiital 1 iror t'Tiarceil.
'The errors cli-tru .1 arc fuiiil:i:m-rt-l.
The lharties rd.-itc: First, to the question
ns to the supreme ;i:.,i only iiuihi-rit v in
matters of faith and pr; die : seeon.l. to
the om stion as t t lie inerranev or t rut 1.-
Illlness .,f th" in:
1 word of ( 'o i; thin
to the historic
th- ( lid
: to 1 he fa!tiii:i;ciit
in a (;:if-tin:i c! suprcin--i"s
!n-a:i:iLT mioii the view
which is taken of the trut n;"i:lin-ss of .- np-
tnrc nr.d of the frurhft'lness c,f Uml; fifth,
and lastly, there is the cM i:it- of re.lenip
tion coiicel tiin wh .'i it has been nl level
that I'n.fi -ssor Jh-i ;--s t:-;;: iiitis h ive been
especially erromoas and hnrtt'i'..''
Stlllliiliiiy of : li- lJi'!.rf .tr;'inil'nt.
Dr. l'.irch then fro -id:-l to unfile th
C.le. Ii' nnt 'u:o:ii, d ti.e propo-ition of
the dcf r.se thiit an at.pi-al cannot be taken
Irom a vi rdict of aer;uittal. Of those who
had supported I.'r. Lh'ivirs not one in a hun
dred would no-.v Mili-i rilie tothe inautrural
address which is the raii-e of the trouble.
The I'lesbylei ian church wonld not be
justified in tolerating what in iher
churches was called bron l-chiirch princi
ples. The questions In-fore t he court were
to lie answered for all American I'resby
terians and for years to conic. He then
appealed to the court to make every plea
for delay of judgment o:;t of order and pro
tect the communion from the peril of
broadness which '-will empty our souls of
conviction mid our hearts of victory."
DR. BRIGG3 MAKES REPLY.
I .1:1 t-rl i
At the close :f Dr. liirrh'i: address I).-.
Ilriirits arose. I?e pi of led ntrttit. the
cnie:t:i::iinv of '. he ,-ipne.il by t iie general
nssembiy. lie s-ate 1 the question, :i:
quoted the law which prohibits t!ie em
ployment of professional counsel in such
cases, Fiiying that if permitted to do so he
would have employed such professional
counsel for the reason that it was doubt
ful if he could present his case as it should
be done. This situation was one that was
forced upon him by the book of discipline,
which mr.de it necessary for him to rise
above personal consideration, and to ap
pear n. the attorney for Dr. Bri'fis.
The question before the assembly was
not, lie said, w hether or not Dr. liriggs'
tenchinus were proper, but whether or not
the appeal could be lawfully entertained.
The first thin;: to lie decided was whether
the form of the appeal was correct; not
whether any matters exist which might
justify the sustaining of the appeal. If
there was any want of form or detail in
the appeal the fjeneral assembly could not
lawfully take jurisdiction.
The appeal was invalid because it included
much besides the vote of the presbytery
and the reasons therefore. He argued from
the start on technicalities nnd quoted the
law of the church to sustain his position.
He sketched the legal and ecclesiastical
definitions of heresy and the history and
manner of dealing therewith. The pun
ishment therefor might affect or destroy a
man's ecclesiastical life, and therefore it
was a question whether a man should
twice lie placed in jeopardy. He contended
that this was an attempt to force a man to
teach more than was required by the
church standards, which might be good
club law, but was not good ecclesiastical
The church was never reformed or re
vised by the will of the majority. The
fundamental question involved Iwas
whether the church wns a voluntary so
ciety or a church of Jesus Christ. He dis
cussed the law of appeals, and declared
"that the prosecuting committee had no
right of appeal. The church was not re
sponsible for all the doctrines of its minis
ters, and it was not certain that the de
cisions of the general assembly finally
determined questions of doctrine or morals.
After speaking an hour and a half the
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
proiessor yieuiett 10 a uioaon to nrtjourn.
Lutherans in Sennion at Canton.
CASTos,0.,May 25. Thecityisfilledwiih
ministers and visitors to the thirty-6ixth
biennial convention of the general synod
of the IjUtheran church of the United
States. Fully 2.")0 delegates, representing
nearly every section of the country were
present at the opening session, which was
held at the Trinity Lutheran church. The
session consisted of devotional exercises
nwl the tyuodical sermon by Kev. J. A.
Clutz, of Atchison, Kan.
I!atit I'nblieiilion SocU-ty-Dknvku,
Col., May E.V The irsl session
or t lie American l'aptist Publication so
ciety was called to order in the First Dap-
tist church by President S. A. Crozer,
of Pennsylvania. The attendance in the
morning was small, scarcely more than the?
c.'li.-i-rs of the society being present. Hiin-dr.-.tiof
delegates and o' her visitors art
rid.ng about the city on the streetcar lines
r.ndxisiting points of interest about th
city. The report of Secretary (iriflitb. ol
the Publication society, shows a healthful
prowth in the volume of publications, with
Hinple means at hand to carry on the work.
Monmouth, Ills., May iV The thirty
fifili general assembly of the United Pres
byterian Church of North America ban
convened in this city. The oiK) accredited
delegates are about all present. Moderator
McDill delivered the opening f
Hebrews, chapter i, verse 1.
Ftate will probably supply
moderator. The committee
missions presented its report
semblv this morning.
to the as-
The Cumberland Presbyterians.
I,ittlk Kook, Ark. .May 2.".. The woman
question has Ixten settled in the Cumber
land Presbyterian assembly by the adop
tion of a report to submit the question of
nu.king women eligible to ruling elder
slr.ps to the presbyteries, and churches are
asked not to ordain any more women un
til t he question is settled. The assembly
adjourned sine die at midnight.
To lie Tested at Washington A Delifiito
IU-lalion That Is Wanted.
Washington. May -5. A curious ex
periment is to be tried in the public schools
here. Superintendent Powell and Dr.
Harris, of the govt rnment bureau of edu
cation, wish to find by actual experiment,
whether or not there can Ik-established any
certain relation between, the physical and
mental development of the children in tho
various grades. They have accordingly
p:-rtected plans for taking the measure
ment of ii-l,UiiO of the school children of the
nation's capital according to the celebrated
PertiUon method, which, in France, where
it originated, and this country heretofore,
has been confined almost exclusively to
the criminal classes.
The director of physical training in the
schools will conduct the experiments.
When the results of the measurement are
tabulated it is believed they will disclose
whether there is any definite relation be
tween the physical and mental develop
ments of the pupils, and if this relation is
satisfactorily established it will be used to
advantage in guardingthe teachers as to the
amount of work that may be required of
a pupil, in many cases preventing an over
straining of those whose physical develop
ment docs not keep pace with their mental
and pointing out ns well when more work
can be required of a pupil without fear of
TWO SHOT AND ONE STABBED.
A Criminal Infatuation Koxnltii in u
JtlofKly Afluir at Chicago.
CHICAGO, Mav 25. Crazed by his infatu
ation for another man's wife Hugh Ktu-r,
a sleeping-car porter, shot anil killed Davitt
Sherrell, also colored, stabbed and danger
ously wounded Police Officer Wilson K.
Harris, and was himself shot by Officer
Owen O'Connor. Ktter called upon Mrs.
Annie Kol erts, colored, at Twenty-sixth
and li Salle streets, r.ud found Jherrell
sitting on the sofa talking with Mrs. Uob
erts. This enraged Ktter, although it wan
Mrs. Huberts with whom he was intat ua-d.
Drawing a revolver lie fired at Sherrell,
wounding him so that he died on the way
to the hospital.
Officer Harris was passing and heard the
shooting and when Ktter came out he ar
rested him after a short chase. While
waiting at a patrol box for a wagon Etter
suddenly Btabbed Harris a half dozen
times with a pocket knife. A desperate
struggle ensued for possession of the offi
cer's revolver, Ktter finally securing it,
and when about, to shoot Oilicer O'Connor
c.une up and opened fire, one ball passing
thronch Kttcr's abdomen. Hutu Harris
and Ktter will probably die.
Le gihlatiou lor Michigan.
Lansing, May 2. The bill creating a
naval militia, to be stationed on the great
IhL-hs. was passed 1V both houses of the
legislature, and is one of the most impor
tant measures of the session. The bill pro
viding for the taxation of church property
was effectually put to sleep in the house,
the measure receiving butttirty-four votes
on its third reading. The bill creating a
commission for the purpose of experiment
ing with a view to ascertaining the best
methods of reclaiming the pine barrens of
the state was also killed. The senate passed
a bill appropriating $75,000 for the erectiou
of an asylum for the insane in the upper
peninsula. The senator amended the bill
incorporating lodges of Orangemen by pro
viding that members shall not be required
to take any oath in violation of the consti
tution. On tntt isaae Mall leld.
Chicago, May 23. Anson's colts are on
their mettle. To have licked the "Spiders"
once was a great feat, but to have repeated
the dose a second time drove the cranks to
the verge of joyous insanity. Following
are the League scores: At Chicago Cleve
land 5, Chicago 13; at Pittsburg St Louis
7, Pittsburg 8; at Baltimore New York
10, Baltimore 11; at Brooklyn Washing
ton 1, Brooklyn 1; at Boston Philadelphia
C, Boston 15.
THEY WERE SEVEN
They Got Away With a
MISSOURI PACIFIC TRAIN SOBBED.
Ko Respecters of "Person, tho Highway
men Make No Moment of the Fact That
Missouri's Governor and Treasurer Are
on Hoard The Express Car Blown Open
With Dynamite and the Safe Looted of a
St. Locis, May US. A daring express
robbery occurred thirty miles south from
St. Louis on the Missouri Pacific road,
about one and a half miles west of Pacific
Mo., and the car of the Pacific Kxpress
company was looted. As 9:30 p. m. the
Missouri Pacific express Xo. !!, which
leaves St. Louis nightly at :'20 o'clock, ar
rived at Pacific a few mil 's east of Wash
ington, Mo The train was heading west
ward and carried not only over $4 ),OU) in
money, but the precious persons of ("over
Eor Stone and State Treasurer Stephens,
seven II iT:Ier in the t'ang.
It seems that the robbers, seven in num
ber, boarded the train at Pacific and wait
ed until the train had pull.'d out about
one and a half miles before they showed
their true colors. At a favorable spot evi- I
dently previously agreed upon throe of ;
the roblK-rs climbed over the tender of the j
engine, and soon brought the train to a j
standstill. While two guarded the engine
crew, the remaining five, wearing no masks, j
returned to the express car anil demanded
that the door be opened.
It Wasn't 1'roiif Against "Dynamite. j
Suspecting that something evil was
was about to happen the express messen-
ger not only refused to open the door, but
further proceeded to foil the progress of .
the robbers by barring the entrance with
such baggage as he could lay his hands on.
A further demand from the spokesman of
the highway band, urging the express mes
sencarto onen up .receiving no answer the
robbers proceeded to place a dynamite car
tridge under the door and blow it open.,
The crash was deafening and tore a hole '
nearly two feet square in the woodwork,
scattering the interior obstructions m '
every direction. j
llrnmil nf S.IOO for Kaeli. ;
The governor has offered a reward of f:X .
for the capture of each man. l 'esses nave
been sent out from St. Louis, Washington,
and Pacific, and it is believed the robbers
will be captured. It has been learned that .
the robbers went north from the railway.'
As the Missouri river is but a short dis-i
tance north of the place where the robbery i
occurred fAfsistint Chief Heedy came to
the conclusion that the robbers probably!
entered a skiff and either crossed the river )
or are flouting down. j
The Seven Will Iivile IMO.OOO. j
As stated in Hie foregoing there was ?!('.- (
000, so it is alleged, in the safe ami the rob- ;
liers are believed to have gotten the whole
WIFE MURDER AND SUICIDE. j
Woman Nearly lecai tateil liecanse She'
Applied for Divorce. j
tiEEEN P.AY, Wis.. May '-. Mrs. Mettie
Mario, living near Fort Howard, has been
killed by her husband, John Mario. The !
couple had quarreled for a long lime, and ,
Mrs. Mario had applied for n divorce. This i
so enraged her husband that'during the!
night he killed her, almost severing the
head from the body with a butcher's!
cleaver. A posse started out in pursuit of j
him ns soon as the murder was discovered,
and about noon found his body hanging to ;
a tree, shot through the head. He had
His Heart on the Wront Side.
SAV Antonio. Tex., May 2.1. A case of
radical displacement of the heart, and the
patient still alive and able to do a good
day's work, is causing much stir in medi
cal circles in this state. About a year ago
A. L. Kinsley, a young druggist of Waco,
Tex., became afflicted with pleurisy, and
as the diseuse progressed his heart was
forced from the left to the right side of the
bod7, and so near the surface that the pul
sations are remarkably strong. The pres
sure of the heart against the right lung
produces shortness of breath, but other
wise Kinsley suffers no inconvenience.
The l-'nj-ineer Wai Killed.
ST. Loris, May -o. Th-; south bound
express train Xo. C on the Frisco railroad
was wrecked by au open open switch near
Vernon, Mo. The engine left the rails and
rolled down the embankment; the baggage
nnd mail cars were derailed, Kngineer
Mansfield was carried down with the en
gine and was fatally injured. Fireman
Smith and three tramps named Harry
Katon, Henry Mitt-hell and J, I). Holy were
slightly injured. The switch had evident
ly been tampered with by tramps.
The t'Kiupaiiia i:iic Her l ime.
New Ytilili, May L'.i. The Campania ou
her present trip will not attempt to lower
the westward record. She is coming over
the southern course, which is somewhat
longer than that taken by the Paris when
she made the record, and it will not be un
til July 10 that the Campania will take the
northern and shorter course to this port.
Then, say tiie Cuuard officials, the west
ward time from tiieeiistown will be low
ered iu a degree to surprise even the mo; t
Kululie (Iuch to Bit. Vernon.
Washington, May 25. The Infanta Eu
lalie, accompanied by the cabinet members
and their wives, the diplomatic corps and
others, on board the steamer McAllister,
which flew the flags of the United States,
Spain, England and France , visited the
tomb of Washington. At night she gave
a reception and later attended Queen Vic
toria's birthday celebration at the British
embassy. She left here today for s"tw
Dastardly Heed of a Tramp.
Mason City, la., May 25. Charles
Towne and wife, living two miles north of
Plymouth, were shot by a tramp. The
tramp bad asked for something to eat and
was refused. Returning to the house later
he fired through a window, the shots strik
ing one in the head and the other iu the
breast. Both parties are yet living. Ho
arrest has been made.
Farnham Post Will Go It Alone.
New Yoke, May 25. Farnham Post No.
458, G A. K., which has been disbanded by
the council of administration, has resolved
itself into a separate and independent or
ganization. Blast Furnace Assigns.
St. Path May 25. The West Dulutfc
blast Furnace company has made a volun
tary assignment, due to the failure of the
(Superior Steel and Iron company.
Ballington Booth, the Salvation Army
general and his wife are at Chicago con
ducting a three days "drill" and to map
out the work for the northwest during the
Commander-in-Chief Welssert says that
Farnham post, G. A. 11., New York city,
was disbanded for disobedience of well
known laws of the Grand Army.
The New York Herald is to be merged
into a co-operative society in which every
employe will be given a share. Legal pro
ceedings are threatened against Keuter's
agency for cabling to Europe that The
Herald was to be turned into a stock com
pany with a capital of $2,000,000, malice
being alleged in placing the stock at so low
All German workmen in Russian Poland
have been ordered to learn the Russian lan
guage by January, 1804.
Locusts are ravaging nearly the whole
province of SaratofT, Russia,
The horribly mangled body of a man
supposed to lie John lloran, of Chicago,
was found on the railroad track at liing
hampton, X. Y.
Mrs. K. L. Krause, of Chicago, has been
elected president of the Baptist Home
Mission society. The treasurer i-j A. II.
Barber, of Chicago.
The Providence (11. I.) Jewelry oompanv
lias made a general assignment. The assets
l are estimated at $i5,0-'U.
It is staled that there are 80,000 bar
I maids in Kngland whose hours average
fourteen daily for a wageof 10 shillings per
Fifty farms have been buried by a land
slide at Yaerdal. Xorwav. and over a
j hundred persons are missing.
Contracts have been let for ton ing the
I Columbus caravels from Xcw York to
. Chicago. The cost is $.",XMi.
Knnlio Castelar, ex-dictator of Spain, has
published a formal notice retiring from
The Monarch distillery has withdrawn
from the Whisky Trust. This makes six
Peoria concerns that have seceded.
Franklin Carver, brother of Mr. Ij. Z.
Leitzer, threw himself from a fourth-story
window of a Xew York hotel. Temporary
insanity caused by long illness is believed
to have been the cause.
"("oil Pave the Queen'' is sung in nearly
A receiver has ln-en appointed for the
Sioux City Investment company, having a
paid up capital of SoiMi.O'.iO. The company
is said to le perfectly solvent, and the re
ceivership is simply the result of internal
Lord Salisbury is on a visit to Ulster and
was received in Belfast with great demon
strations. Mi .i-.ld liave Keen Home Willi a (inn.
KlPoX, Wis., May CI. A mob of about
thirty-five men went at night to the home
of Lorenzo Smith, a farmer living near
Berlin, with the intention of tarring and
feathering Smith and his wife. The in
tended victims escaped, and the mob after
emptying the tar and feathers on the lloors
of tho house, railed up the notice, "Leave
town," and departed. Smith, it. is said,
abandoned his first wile and married a
German servant girl.
Turneil I'p Alter Tlnrty Ye.irii.
I'KliM.iNii. Y.-i., May .1. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Clancy, of Washington, X. C, have
bad restored to them their long lost son.
He is a line looking man, '.. years old
When 4 years i.l.i the son disappeared
mysteriously and for weeks the entire
neighborhood searched for him. Finally
it was concluded he had been kidnaped by
men in a tobacco w.iloii that hail been seen
on the road that day. He was recognized
by a book agent.
A RE UV IX NEJ"lt?
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Want a partner
Wimt a P'tua'ion
Wart to rent room?
Wact a servant ir-'l
Want to pell a farm
Want I.i fell a house
Want to exchange mthinr
Want te fell honsi hold pcis
Want to make any realt-state loan"
Want to S'jII it trade frr siiytliing
Want to find customers fur an; tiling
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HK JIAII.Y AKGl's PfiLIVKKE!) AT YOUR
rtoor evi r.- cTemire I:r l-r per week.
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on eccond Il:or. Address A .Tlii- ofllce.
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VV rent p s tii li. Mm Cla-k. St. Janus ho
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Mnt furnish in sr n ferei c i.inl .unleash cipital.
Address liimni Wocl i. r ltuil .in-,'. KYoriu, 111.
wan t L! . i;kni to i ake ok-
l iters 1 n everv tow r.
,a d i ,n : romm:iMiin or
litiern! i-aiarv o sm-ces-'o- -olietors; Meadv
work. Sei d refi-n c-' S and M-i-i:ro territory
.r;:nnity. Kil aimer .v H-rry, Mt. Hope :i iiser-lt-s,
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Wbolesile Dealer aid Importer of
Wines and Liquors
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Made from anT rid photc, executed io the most
aitixilc workmoi g-iip -it
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Kaliable Pnotographlc Fstablisbi-ent. over lie
Uabe'e smisf action cuaraatied.
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We wish to say to our lady friends that w
carry d splendid stock of Kid Gloves in
French and German make. We have jn
this department one of the best location
our store, it being a verv important (,r;L
We have not spared trouble nor expense in
making this department attractive in everv
respect. Every pair of Gloves fitted if de
sired. Any lady wishing to inspect our
Glove stock will meet with the most cour
KLUG, EASLEF, SOHWSNTSER
Dry Goods Company. Pawnpi ;:. I .;;
OUR SOLE IDEA
I ' -If
a good cause. Yen will be buying wLat will 1 ok v,-; f.- w-lj,
and so far from paying too much for it your c-ut'ay v.iU h
smaller than an tmeati-factcry shoe would phince on ii .
Wright 5c GrceraAvalt.
1704 SECOND AVZXUE.
Cut in Half,
We give a few of the
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pots 12. 14, 17e
White granite plates. :,n 3e
' ("in 04c
' " Tin o.Oc
covered sugars .
Everything in the store will be slaughtered this
week Everything must go. Come early ar.J
avoid the rush.
Prices at M Bee
$6 75 Jacke : for
12 00 "
8 00 Cape
7 C9 Velvet Cape, Sstin Lined
9 75 Clay vv orated Cape for
These same prices mule throughout our entire line. I his 1- '
humbug. Come and see for yourself, and compare these prices u.
other houses' prices.
Just received an elegant line of Hats and Flowers from the K;i.t n
market for Decoration Day, which will be sold at a very low j 1 . '
Call and see them.
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In f filing our Men's the ?,- 3
is to insure you funifortaii!
feet. If yen breath- ; i-h 0f
ieJief when you take-1 j' a ,0
)on made a rtii;t:i h wj;-h yen
put it on, and you 111 ;nl- a big
ger mistake when you K ;iit
it at all. We haw aiioth- r i
abtut this parrcu-nr ri-
want to insure in.-: only
against disccmfoit hr.t aai:s:
any greater ex-ririituv ran
you can 1 legitima'e-lv a?k"3
to make. What yen sy-nl
for thi? s't ce. you wii! lriil in
bargains which we will
White irranite hakers.. .7. 1'
scollop nappii -
18 fjt dish pans
8 in pie tins
FAIR AND AllV STO-x
Hive Tins M GUT