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TIIK A1UJIJS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 181)3.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
TALK OF A STRIKE.
ILLINOIS ON HAND.
Prairie Slate Dayjat the Chicago
BWAEM3 OF HEE CITIZENS PRESENT.
A cf I) :::
Turnstile Kept II n . y Almit ing the
Throni; ! Tlioitsaml State Troup on
I'arailr m: I v:e-.v - Tlie t.rrati'st llntli-
rini; nf rrnirli- Mate Solilicis liver
Knon-Jii.it8( ivii!e inn! H'ilil Wmt
SIiimv Hoi or the Die, ision. j
Cirit ;At i". A'.-.u- -' T!:ere were 14T.W2
paiil ai;::;i-.-:.,:w at the WorM's (:i:r yester
day, li t if t!.e tt:r."t:l cmitiuue to work f
all ! -y at t i.e i.ite they are goini; ll.ia ,
morula ; 'l;e iir-.-rwtte shouM re.icii ;(V j
CD' Uioiv at Kii't. Knr this U I j I ; r i - is Uay. ;
There f.-as . very .ip-Iity for I'raine .:ate
men to con:'.' to the treat show, ami it
looks a-:: ; ..ey hml nrriveil. It looked!
that way oi: the streets u; town, where
there hi re thrones of jH'ot'le cnrr hisi crip- '
sucks, nil j:i-t the cars and looking f r j
ajlaceto .r . brcrtkf.ist. The entert i :
mentis i;i th the journey, too. Tu -17
nothing of the uiip.iriilleleil txjio-i: i.,n 1
that is ninays there, Illinois !. ioiti
herself prou.! to-ilay in the military line, j
A Croat Military Keview.
For the penile of Illinois have today the
best chanee t hey have ever had to see the
citizen soldiery of the state on dress
parade. There have heen reviews and :n- (
spcction and encampment lufore, hut !
never he fort? has there 10 a sucl; a lure 1
turnout as tliere is this time, and never
before has the public had a chance to -ee
the frovern. of II iurrts at the head of hi
troops The display is the most eorap' e
of its kind t'.at Illinois has ever product d,
and the siir-itmdins set it off to the ! -t
advantie. . he troops at the park are c :i
posed i,; three b-i-ad's two troop., of
cavalry and m o liatter;e-.
Irsrriiit ion of Troop in Camp.
Tliere wen- too ninny o! them for a camp
insi.lt? the p.-rk. o Un-y went it.to camp
cn arrival a inlor l'ark and were ns
follow-.: Second brigade of Sjiriniitield,
tinder Coin-iand of Hrieadier General
James Harc' iy and etp.IT, tlie brigade con-si-tliu
!' t wr.ve companies of the Fourth
infantry under Colonel liihy M. Smith
and .-'.!.:7. it h l.ea hj'i itter at Greenup;
ten c".:..pinie of '!., I'li;!. iiifar.try. nw'.er
Co'.ond .5.1. ,c, S. Oilvt r n:i l staiT, with
head'.;:: ;i :-: at Spi'in';"e'd. and batterv
. :i" Thir l hrii:ade, consisting
r e- .patiti-fc of the Third infantry,
".oi.i. Fred Benr.itt, of Joliet;
n;i.ii.ie. of the Sixth infantry,
by (.'olonel li. .Tack Foster, of
iii.I cavalry trocp of Bloom-r-
h::a'!e,i;r.dt r Uripadier Gen
eral li. A 'A heeler, of Chicago, consisting
of f wt lve c in.pai.ies of the First infantry,
ur.d r Colonel C. K. K. Koch; twelve com-par.'e-
i f t J.i Second infantry, under Col
onel I.o iis s Judd, of Chicago; eight com
panies of the Seventh infantry, under Col
onel Fiance T. Colby, of Chicago; cavalry
troop A an 1 battery I).
I'arade Through the Flr Ground.
Tlds iLOrniiii: the entire liody of militia
tnen was called to arm and marched in
fatigue uniforms to the World's fair
prouuds to be in readiness for the review.
Tbi liegan at between ) and 10 o'clock a.
m., when the troops entered the grounds.
There were about 6,000 of them and the
parade was arranged as follows under
command of Governor Altgeld and Gen
eral OrendorfT: Toe entrance was at the
south stand, thence past the Forestry,
Anthropological, Machin ry. Electricity
and Mining buildings. It then moved to
the Manufactures buildings to north of t' 5
government structure, and east to iue
lake front, thence nortn to the South Da
kota huildiug, and south to the Illinois
buildiri'.whcre after review the companies
Some of the Later Features.
This afternoon there will be an informal
reception at the Illinois building by the
governor and his staff lasting from 2 to 4
o'clock, after which everybody will rest up
preparatory to witnessing the pyrotechnic
display on the lake front in the evening.
One of the pieces, measuring S0x4') feet,
representing the Illinois building, and
another, 'SW feet, representing the Lin
coln monument at Springfield, will be
anions the triumphs of the lireworks art.
hventH of More or Lean Note.
At!Jla. 111. the Mid way people marched
past the Illinois building and at 11 DufTalo
Bill's Wild West show paraded. During
the parade cf state troo s Governor Alt
geVl lo. lowed the example of Governor
Ktis-ell, of . nssachusetts. and rode at the
head of the troops as commander-in-chief.
The rctiew took place in front of the
Illinois building where Governor Altgeld
whee.ed oiu of line for that purpose. Toe
day ".mis a partial holiday all over the
Mate. The governor had issued a pro
clamation calling attention to it and
Mayor Harrison had followed suit. The
festivities began early in the morning and
lest ut.til late nt night.
Orutory Won Not In It.
Not less than thirty bands of music took
part in the celebration, among them being
the Second Regiment and Pullman bands.
A car load of decorations was used on the
state building. "And most of the decora
tions were American flags," said Secre
tary CJurrett. "We tvaut everybody to
know and feel our great respect for the
stars and stripes. Won't be any speech
making, the flags '11 do the talkln' and
the bands '11 play nothing but national
governors re: -r.WecYeta'ry of War
Stephen H K. iins, John W. Harris, James
I Wolcott; t tiief Justice C. B. Lore, of
Delaware; . ai les l'ennewill. General J.
W. St. Liair mi, 1 George V. Massey, who
represent li e ! wo states on the national
coinnu-sioii, 0 nles other prominent peo
ple lroin ti.e tv.-o states
Sixty-live pr a ir.ent Buffalo men and
other New V l.ers sat down to a t ar.tjuet
in tlie New Yi : s. h'iiidilig last evening as
the guests ot t .e New York state board of
ti.auugets Ai. 10:14 the li.;!;al citizers
present who . 1 rang.'d for the celebration
were M iyi r 1 i-hop, Norman F.. Mack,
tludge M.ii;'.e C. t iiven, if the si.jneiiie
court; J ud;e !'i ::-li tn I . White, of i.;-.
ioiperior court; Ijt John M Heweti, A '
del njau John .. Kennedy, ex-Judge G. I.
Warden, 1 ran T. li jn.)lds ai.l Georg.'
The sjiecial train bearing the foreign
commissioners at 1 he World' Nir, juror
ml correspondents left thi city a: ;o:45
over the Mihvi ukee r i lat night. Tin'
cl.ic'ct of the Hip to viit tl.ewhi.it
field of South I) ikot i and Minnesota, an 1
whiletherethev w .11 witness the cutt.n .-.i
nr. 11.0 11 ac-ru v.he'it f s -1 1 at Larrim.v.v,
I). The train was made up ( f six eraihe.
three sleeper inj a dining car.
People wh ") 1 ..-'.ieve in psychical scier. -a
were interest eu in a tr.arhine exhUiited :t
the Art Inst.fo. e ! y Dr. Pur'.o-i. hic:i ;
placed in rcniacf with : i.e ; 'u'.-e an,!.
sail to indicat tie prs-sence of visitors
from the spirit world
world's fair notes.
Evcoluc -Meetings oi AVest Virginia
To close up the celebration held jointly
by the West Virginia and Delaware peo
ple a meeting was held at Festival ball
in the tvening -yesterday. The two gov
ernors presided over the meeting. Each
one made an address and alternately in
troduced the speakers frou their respec
tive states. Ou the platform with the
One That Will Paralyze the
TO BEGIN WITH THE ST. PAUL CUT
NOT LIVING TO THE LAW
And Hud Tin p to Hold the Itanki Inn
UicidSy Th:-r;-t .
Washington. Aug. A novel plan
was propose.1, i; the senate by Pasco of
Florida to il.termine the ratio of silver
and gold. H. ants a commission of three
citizens to do tl.e wori by the 1st of Jan
uary nt jt Tie- Peffer resolution inquir
ing of the seere'i-ry of the treasury a9 to
the conduct of national banks is refusing
to pay promptly in currency the checks of
their depositors, brought on a lively de
bate in which 1-1 oar said, that in time of
popular distress and panic the comptroller
of the currency should not be compelled to
drive national tanks up to the strict letter
of the law. He thought it best to wait a
week or ten day t.elore "poking into that
question too lurch."
Hill of New York insisted on the adop
tion of the resol ition directly by the sen
ate. Hedid not iissume that the comt roller
of.the currency -ad violated the law, al
though the seiiator from Massachusetts
(Hoar) had said that it was likely or proli
able that officer bad, in some slight and
trivial resp.-.t, violated the law of tl.e
Tliere was celling partisan in the de
bate, though tie silver men were ;d; f r
adopting the rt solution, as well us soim-anti-silver
men. It was generally admit
ted that there wis a technical violation of
the law, but the senate wa, not iucliaed to
make a row ovei it, and sent the resolution
to the bottom cf the calendar.
Mnrder Moot Koul Committed.
Mn.WAi ki e, Aug lil The body of an
unknown w om.i 1 win found in the Mil
waukee river no th of Pleasant Valley. A
stone weighing ffty pounds was tied to
her body with a rope. Her legs were alsn
tied at the kees with a strong rope. Around
her neck another rope was found. The
woman was abort 23 years of age, rather
tout and of medium heig-t. She had
short black hair, wore a heavy eighteen
karat gold wed ing ring, patent leather
shoes, silk stockings and underwear, a
black corset, a liht blue waist, black silk
skirt and a gray jacket.
Woman Sufl't age Law Invalid.
Granp Ha Pins, Mich., Aug. 24. The
women of this city are rraking active
preparations to '-ote at the coming school
elections. Sept ember. 1, under the provisions
of the woman's suffrage act passed by the
last legislature, but City Attorney Taylor
has thrown a boi ib into their camp and
exploded all their hopes. In pursuance of
the orders of the hoard of education he
prepared an opin on which holds thut the
act of the last legislature conferring the
franchise on won ei in municipal elections
is invalid and unconstitutional.
The ('ripple Crffk Incident.
Washington. Aug. 24. There has been
a triangular co-re-pondence concerning
the forcible expulsion of Italian miners
from Cripple Creek, Col., letween Secre
tary Gresham, G vernor Waite and Baron
Fava, the Italian minister nt Washington,
but it is likely th'ittheexplanation offered
the minister hy tlie state department ad
Governor Waite will be satisfactory to the
Italian government and that the incident
will be declared closed. Th explanation
is that the attack was not niadeou Italians
as such, but on cheap labor.
Will Make the Tot C lean.
Clkvf:i..nd, Aug. C4 An important
meeting of the Cleveland and Pittsburg
officials lias been h dd at t he Cleveland head
quarters of the rend. It was decided that
a reduction of em doves shou Id be a general
one. The 01T1 v rce, trainmen, and tue
entire system of ol . hand will be cut dowa
to the very inarro v. The men will not be
laid off, but will l? discharged from the
road's service so t mt the meu have no ho'd
on the company for any future employ
ment. Icniafided 1'rotertion for Workmen.
Lkavkxwokth, Kan., Aug. 24. Fifty
leading business t len of this city have held
a meeting and del landed from the city and
county authorities protection for all min
ers willing to ret ira to work. In conse
quence guards h ve lieeu placed at the
shafts. The strll.eis have demanded 90
cents in summer .mil $1 in winter per ton
for mine run coal. The companies refuse
to give over rO cents the yeartouud.
Palestine, Tex., Aug. 24. Sand Shield,
son of the justice f the peace at Xeeches,
and Gary Xewbc rne, son of a Baptist
preacher, botn yo ing farmers, have been
arrested for robbii y the International and
Great Northern tr im at Suggs HilL The
evidence against tliein is strong.
All the Plan I M and Trainmen of Every
Kind to Quit Work A Story That "Goei"
for It Vale Vuemployed at Cliiraffo
llve Mayor Harrison Some "Soft Saw
der" Matters In Kimm Quieter Labor
HoKxn, Minn., Aug. C4. Kumors are
curre-it here among railroad men lo the
effect that a railroai strike cf enormous
magnitude is brewing, and will probably
break out immediately upon the going into
effect of the reduction of wages of em
ployes of the Chicago. Milwaukee and St.
Paul line, the 'Jsth. On that date a reduc
tion of 10 per cent, in the wages of all em
ployes receiving fiO a month or over will
be be made. A member of the Switch
men's union says that the strike ha al
ready bvHn agreed upon, and will include
conductors, engineers, firemen, brakemen,
and switchmen and that the said organ
izations, have all plans ready for a general
strike on the Milwaukee road. It is also
claimed that the Milwaukee line will be
used simply as .1 tool by other roads, and
that toe strike wil extend to all railroad
lines It is the general talk among rail
road men here a-id over the river ia La
No destitution at Milwaukee.
MlLWAl KKL. Aug 4. That there are a
large numUr of men in Milwaukee out cf
work is evident f.-om the groups of idle
men which Hourly line the street corners,
but cue can hardly judge how large a pro
portion of the day laborers is idle unless
he visits the outlying wards of the city,
and especially the J-.leVenth and four
teenth wards. But that any one is starv
ing in Milwaukee or that there is any such
suffering as has been represented, is ques
tionable. There is certainly no widespread
VTork ltesumed at Leavenworth.
LKAVENWoKTn, Kan., Aug. 24. The citi
zens' meeting to take action toward pro
tecting men who are willing to go to work
in the coal mines has already borne fruit.
There was no howling mob at the Home
mine as heretofore and the working force,
about 170, quietly entered the shaft. The
North Leavenworth shaft, contrary to ex
pectations, also resumed work.
Attacked hj 'Longshoremen.
New Y'okk, Aug. 24. A party of six
Italians were leaving the wharf of the
Clyde line, on East River, where they had
beta working, when they were attacked
by a number of 'longshoremen and severe
ly wounded. Three Italians were badly
hurt and taken in an ambulance to the po
lice station, where their wounds were
Obtained Some More 'Vlnrheters.
Wi n: ClTV, Kan., Aug. 2b In view of
the threats of the miners that shafts
where negroes are employed should not be
run, the managers of the Central com
pany's mines secured additional Winches
ters and put on a double f.uard at ail the
mines. So far no trouble has been re- '
Free Lunches and Hecr. i
New Yoi;k, Aug. 24. A movement of J
saloonkeepers is on foot to give irca
lunches and beer to the unemployed j
Will Resume Operation. I
MarshfiELD, Wis., Aug 2;. The Up- ;
ham Manufacturing company's sawmill j
will resume operetlons Monday.
CARTER COULD MEND MATTERS.
The death of Duke Ernst of Coburg and
Gotha makes the duke of Edinburgh a
reigning German princ through' his
grandfather. Prince Albert.
The Brown & Sharp : icturing
company. Providence, R. 1., ..e of the
largest tool-making concerns o. the coun
try, will resume operations Monday after
a shut down ot four weeks.
The countess of Thum, princess of
Schwarzenberg and countess of Solm, all
young women of great beauty and hith
erto conspicuous in society, have taken
the veil at Prague. Disappointment in
love in each case.
The Cook county, Ills., grand jury has
indicted eighty-seven of Chicago's gam
bling fraternity because the World's fair
visitor will bet upon the cards when he
has a chanco. I
The American Rabliis association is in
session with a good attendance at Chi
cago. Lord Dunraveu's cutter Valkyrie, the
challenger for the America's cup, has
sailed from Southampton for the United
Clark's thread mills at Newark, N. J.,
which have been sut dovn for the last
three weeks, have resinned operations on
Twenty-four hundred bottles of beer
that had been seize 1 from a cellar in the
town of Downs were cracked at Osborne,
in northwesthern Kansas in the presence
of 1,000 people and thecou'ents poured
into a ravine.
Hrentano. the Anglo-American pub
lisher, has been fined 2 VXM francs dam
ages ami costs at Paris for selling a news
paper containing a libel upon the ex-minister
to Hayti from France.
Only two replies have been received to
the appeal of the Kansas railroad com
missioners for donations cf seed wheat for
destitute farmers of western Kansas, and
both these decir.ie to si :id the wheat.
Creditors of the- Hercules Iron Works
com piny have reorganized the cetu'i.mv
and will remove the works from Chicago '
to Aurora. The failure I : lie cor;orat ion
was caused by tl.e !nii;i;r.g if i;s cold i
stoi.ne nar.l.ou-.' .:t tile V.'ori.i's fair ,
g rou litis j
Oliituary-At Grind Ua ids Mich., ;
William A. Hde. a (',' Ai .-vii-i.iawa. '
111 ,"i.!erM.iryC: !.ei .11 .ol.i.a. iiieinbcri f
the Dominican or. I 1 of nuns in the United
States, aged It. At Giecn Hay, Wis., Dr.
L. J. Mon.oe.
Heirs next of kin to .ti e late Daniel E.
Crouse, -vho died at .syi-avuse. N. Y.. two
3"ears ago, are compromising u ji h a li year
old daughter by oecrvt i.i.iiTiage. wi.ereby
her portion will be i'L 7-"
Mrs. Lynde Craig has been admitted to
pr-.ct ice before the supreme court of Cali
fornia. During. 1 fight between lion union and
union men nt the Locki.art Iron an i Steei
company's plant at Chart, cr. Pa., Charles
Snyder, a 11011-uniou man, siio' .Joseph
Hrownhill, a striker, in the shoi.i.ier.
St. Ixjuis authorities pioorse to memor
ialize congress toprevttit ; he I wilding of
the drainage canal, by v. :. .eh. it isclanneii,
the Mississippi, where S:. Loirs gets its
drinking water, wii. Uvi.tt.e polluted with
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Nowt the Time to do Your Knitting
Our Yam f tuck is complete, comprising all tkt
kindi in ' e be?t foldings.
Bug, Hasler, Schwentscr.
DRY GOODS COMPANY,
217, 217i W. Second St., D A VENDOR i ml
lt t.ir a isi'm-.siii tna.
WaK1M'..o. Aug. 24. The president
lias sci , t to ti.e s4 t,,-.te ti.e ! .'low i-u ih.ju-
inatiti.. .'o-i.u.ii. ii. -.je, 1 : Wis
to be a-.-!- Ilt .,! 1. . I.t j eli.-r. 1,
M. .iu.::y. ic- i.e.l.
Borne of Chicago's I iiemploycd Hnve Taith
in Mayor Harrison.
CniCAGO, Aug. 2L About 450 of the un
employed men who gather daily upon the
lake front marched upon the city halL A
delegation waited upon the mayor's pri
vate secretary and presented a petition for
work. 1 hey asked to see the mayor, but
when told that his honor was not in they
retired in an orderly manner. There was
no shouting nor disturbance, the leaders,
before the march was taken up, having
cautioned the men against making any
demonstration. The crowd became so
dense, however that Inspector Ross went
to the leader nnd informed him that the
parade was blocking the streets and keep
ing the cable cars from runuing and they
would have to move on.
. In the petition left with the mayor is the
following- "Congress is spending both
time and public money in trying to ascer
tain what political body caused the panic.
It is alleged by your constituents ihat if
you were now president of the United
States this panic would not last thirty
days; this we believe, t.nd with your great
ability and long experience in statesman
ship, politics, economics, we believe that
you will te fully able to formulate plans
and methods, not incompatible with good
government, to give us immediate rebef
and cause rejoicing throughout this great
levlin and Walters Make Term.
PlTTSBVHu, Kan., Aug. 21. General
Manager Devlin, of the Santa Fe Coal
oompany.arrived here and held a conference
with ti.e men who were dissatisfied with
his contract. Thi was modified to suit
the men and was signed by all. It provides
for the payment of tJ per cent of the wages
due weekly and full settlement monthly.
The Santa Fe t-hufts are all working full
time with all the men who can be used.
The settlement was approved by Presi
dent AYalters, of the union. Efforts will
now be made to reach ar. agreement with
the other bigsrompanies,
Will Go fur That Live Stork.
Oakland, Ills., Aug. 24 The hunt for
John Gill Meyers has been renewed a good
earnest. John A. Meyers has off' 4 a re
ward consisting of a mare and It for
the capture of his cousin, the outlaw. This
has stirred tip the bucolic folk of Bushy
Fork region, and Meyers will be caught if
he is in the county.
The Fever at Uruuswick, Ga.
Savannah", Ga Aug. 24. One new case
of yellow fever at B unswick, Ga., has
been officially reported an infant of Mrs.
Cox. There are no other suspicious cases.
But the town is deserted by the people
who employ labor, and destitution is com
ing on apa;e. An appeal for help has been
sent to congress.
Mild Form or Cholera.
London, Aug. 24. Cholera continues to
prevail in a mild form in Italy.
I.'iot in Itiillalu.
i!l FK.I.o. All;-;, oi. A llloli of uil-
emploveil moil bepin a riot ai Kiist
l'.utTaio this morninjr. which as.-umed
serious proportions. Tlie nu-n made
an attack on the Central market
place and bean rillino; the booths.
A call for police assistance was im
mediately sent in. and a lartre force
of officers was sent. Several men
were injured, but no deaths an' re
A FAIR EXCHANGE.
You can't arford to be mistaken in a shoe li
is all right, you can wear it; if it isn't, you car,
If it's nbfit to wear, xuu c
make an orr amen . f i;-. y
t nlv alternauve is to threw'
away. lon,t make a mirid
in buying. Get a good. Lci-i
equivalent for 3 cur mi 1-7
good, honest tiioeleatLr: a
' Tou'Jl have nothine; to ccJ
plain about. You will like our fine 3 eliot-6. Ftr a gc
maty reasons ic will please you. It fits well, wears V.1. lo;
el and gives 3011 what you pay for comfort and f atisfaou
YYill accept Hoc : Island Savings Bank critilicavs of
posits in payment cf goods and accounts.
Wrigflit & Greeraval:
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Cut in Half..
comes, no matter how
dark the clouds are. when
the woman wbo is borne
dow n by woman's troubles
turns to lr. Tierce's Fav
orite I rescription. If her
liie is made ploomy by the
chronic weaknesses, deli
cate ileraniiients, and
jviii.ful disorders that af
l!ut lior svx. they are com
pVte'.y cured. If she's
mvr,v"rki'i. nervous, or
rnn dov. ji," she bas new
life :i il st renin h.
' F iv.itio? rescripti,n,,
is a jr ,vei 1 ul, invigorating
tt!'e nnd a soothing and
l.io.i-o; ves-.'t.iblc. ierf'rtlv
harmless. It rep.oos ami juvinob-s ail the
projior fuiiotion-! r woiiiunlicuvl. improves
digeit - n. cr.riol;c- the blood, disels aches
end p'eni. !rr.i -- r"f rewhing bleep, and re
stores l cnih ana i; or. For every " fenmis
coinpi;i.i:.t '' and li.-,'. iriiuiice, it is the only
remedy so sine iiiid ii.aaiiiiig that it can lie
If it d ii -n't benefit, or cure, yoa have your
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Si fi !
A ni usements.
J E. Montrose. Mmmcr
Tuesday Evr, Aug. 29. h.
Lincoln J. Carter's
Mammoth Scenic Production.
The Awful Tornado. The Great Fii.'f.'iuii scere
fix Tars Fcrlig a Mt nster Sail. Tno eoVisiuii
of two rrasn liner t fall speed. The Mighty
Open Sea cen, with waret ronnin? mounttin
hifh. Disseciinj mm cf a medical college.
C'liit-aco tarhor at Nit lit, and many other scenic
To hold, as well a win mcce.
Keep all yonr play bill promlsi "
Lincoln 1. Carter.
Scats on tale Ane. it at Harper House Phar
macy. Price 25c, 5Cc, 75c and tl.
We giYe a few of the bargains which we will
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pots 12, 14, ITe
ln'.e rrranite plates, 5in 03c
" Gin 04c
" Tin 05c
" side dishes 05c
' covered sugars 15c
White granite bakers. . .7. 1'.
" platters i.
' " scollop nappies
IS qt dish pans
8 in pie tins
Everything in the store will be slaughtered this
week Everything must go. Come earlv and
avoid the rush.
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