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Court at Rennes
Great Excitement Among
Tho following telegrainwas received
nt the t3iiBotlko this 3 o'clock p. m :
SrEou. to thi: Onn:
Loa Angeles, Calif. September 9
A Bpecial dispatch received fiom Rennet,
ay8 that the court found'Droyfus guilty.
Givat excitement prevails. Dreyfus re
ceived the verdict with great calmncsp,
no expression of fear or acitation pasted
over his countenance as tlio woida wcio
San Franci co, Snptember 8 Private
Thomu8 McVeigh, of Company G, First
Wyoming Volunteers, was removed from
the Presidio guard homo to Alcnirih
island today to servo n life term in
)rison, his sentenco of death having
"beon commuted by President McKinley.
McVeigh was brought hero in irons oil
the transport Grant from Manila whorS
acourtmartial found him cuilty of try
ing to kill his superior officer, Captain
D. C. Wriijhtei of Company G
Washington. Sept. 9
politicians bnik from Oliio talk' confid
ently in repaid to John K. McLean'
chances for election in November. There
is a feeling even among coneeivative
leadeia that tlu),plat'form aud'condldati
if tlie Zanesviile convention will piovo
moie populai as' the campaign piogres
see, and that the Republican party in
Ohio this year will hnve'moio than it
can do to defeat tho Democjatie'Triomr
r1rree. Vi twi "'s " &
Amsterdam, Sept. 9 Tlio niemberi'
of the Dutch Transvaal Committee have
-cabled to Queen Victoria imploring her
"in the name of humanity and God's
Kingdom to preserve peace." ,
Denver, Colo. Sept. 0 Frank Aldrich
if New York, tonight deposited .$300
with a prominent pporting man of this
city to back Mysterious Billy Smith
ni:uiii&t Cob FitKsimuions for $fi000 a
Attohnsy-Gi,ner,vi.i Giiooi) tays how 111 do
i.utlihitf In the Curtor uoui I nuu-tfiil cuo
until Carter's attorney, 'Wiijni MuoVelgh,
leturns from Huropo. No doubt the attor
ney for dipt, Caitsr can be Induced to pro
1 .nir his stay to h.ilp out Id- client.
nKYAN'B lntef t tiueeefctioii, to "license tho
truts,".iwhllo ealeuhited to Htartlo onoal
llrst In its originality, is n mokt oxcellent
lilmi, for In tjruntliiir the Hi case, tlio fcdorul
j.(icrninent ran puilco tin h (ondlthius as
will Miieeotlio aer out of tho stcch mid
ii event tho monopolization oi any Industry.
fcw in m yC
Evkiiv city rhould own 1 v. liter wolti..
Jn cltlcslt U noticed thut prlwitn water com
liuides will oxtcn 1 ciahiH only w hare tho rev
muo will pay bldiSldciids, whljo tlio cltlost
t wing tho'r own plont nial:n urn extended
tor future ilouuarJv J tut us tlio poitotlloo on
trnda its o?rvlco- fjr puhlla ooiiieii'.oiiev
i. tliont leifurtl to wl.otiior iiwill i:iyox
1 eii-cor not. ;
Now thnt tlil) Southern r.icifio lta
i-nule it heavy dfination fo- tho putpott
ni lulvintiHlng'lthu i out loot at tin
1 mis i xpoilihiil'iliH ini)ih of Aib'm
ihould (xtiiinf rU!V pM-diblu fucilny t
ui-in them i.i te.-niinj ,i ctutable ex
Jj.v, I j it .f ". , i.lu Hni
1 1 1 m nut ut i.w ii 'i t-i'iiiimi. ii .
ifii-a hn-iu: n-i ii" i .' . "l a cvki-ii
then olectious and a lu-.j Vuveiiiinwi
under the supervision f'.lhcv Unite
h .i ns until meh g eftiiutint 'irt cuii)
1 .1 ted and iiin.ly eftnbl -hut.'- '-
' ' ' ' ' ' ' -'
'i:t ruth oni are comldnrlinj tlio phri o
IiiikIIk. f.i.io (idorti'ilttv ecUoiuciJ ot r
1. re I J ami t pti.iihu tl.clr jidvciw;
patroiiMLO ;u tlio mturuta h'ltfiu;ito l.iu U
inn:, 'i'hlsi cMnnro n'lfelif to'bo fol!bw..
I t nhoit'kciiiliiidl lines W fade. iSj
i i.'Ulri'n.lj, mriighant (liul huslneM' in
.. rully s'lbinii it, fioliir ImpowV n i ji
, I out piottrt the u H e( tlytri.r iui.l.' . 1
c.H.tlmio to opeiMte. Oiaih i Hcc,
Not.vitii:t1vo:.y tl)n'?traiijcd ich
1 m h'lwi'en th (ii.i'-ed StnU" n'
(.iiiaiic, the t Kpoftj iom lliu Ui'itci
.- ,i,frf tl (ieillMIV 111 ISJ'J WmIW tit.
Jifje-t in tlio .1 litmy of tho t;uilu b4
tM-fii thi) two iwt'i'rh'B Tho b.il.uii'i
oi nude in lurgeh" In our fuvo' H
i.o wondt'r that tite (frntiuuie,voii
iuilv cdiiaidoiiii u phui to niitko liad
y ,,,l,,,J"tiivL'k?n lll
TnHSunDicjroViilottbsuy that vliilb ft is
triiotlitktlnlctiUououn sreiiornUcalo Is yet
in,!t Infuiioy In this connti y Jt has koiio lur
cnanch to domonstruto tlmt'nrUntoownoF-'j
hhlp mid niiuiticeitiont oT Irzhratlon facill-t
i , t-i ii i .i ii . . i
tlco Is u posltho hindrance, luther than n
Ji?lp to iiurioultiiral development. Tlio
good reason thnt .under oorponitiuu mm.
nsrninont liroteotcd by stato coimnlsslor.s,
water, HKo cvory other nccessnry cdm
modlty, la nlwajs mi article of sponulatton
for tlio proitt of prhuto owners. AVo onn
liiidly citlmate tho uiUnntases that will fol
low fiom all thoso ntllltioa tiohiK under
ouo roaimccuicntn'l oporated for tl.o erood
of all iui.1 that for tli.i pvlVato emolument of
of the ,ow. Tl.o principal underbills the
ontlro subject is tl.'J last tliattlicJnnd.'frtte
vator and all natural luionrcos liolonstrf
the pooplo, and thqir iuo and disposition Is
tho rlht of tho people. Then lot tlio poaplo
"dcmairJ that they ba'iwJ for tho Koo.l of nil
ami tlio Injury of noTio. Tho vmt tracts of
urlil lania oir.i bo col(rertoJ into beautifiil
mid fruliful honicrf for million i hj' (ho
piopor incsorvntlon a:i.l dlsti JbiUlun of
wntor which nutuio prudr.cos tory yor.
hut sush result 7i.lii. er bo uttahiaJ by
private pnterprino. I-ulinpal irrication is
tho Ino?tJmpol'tultluctlvu nov bo.'oio the
jiropV, (ipoellly ut tlio i,:Tir'S4t, mid ono
fur wljlon alUbtiuu unito in uemunuinjj- tno
enrof nl ntentlou of tbti national authorities
.U.vioir labor in tho" 'Undid tuUs. will
teorcply endorsa tlio ntiot and sr.uteuco hj
United States authorities in Cuba, of i man
iiumcil Ten'or. a .du'usrr.to to tho (hibfiu
Vinson's Union, who Rot ten tlnja lirprison-
ment for having cr.of'lllv urged sumo car
penter to join H wSsoira'strikEr. f United
States troops nro used cuahist labor hi 'this
way In Cuba, ho a 1o::.tv111 It bebefoio tho
"gnmo-'Btithorhloi will tajt? kjmlltir r.c'.lou
cisninst labor in I'm United State:?
Sinck the iVgiuuhig of tlu war vtth
Spain there linve. inen enlisted in the
regular army 9((,(i71 roo.'i. 'litis includes
ttioso latoly enlisted in the uewicgnlar
regiments for the Philippine.. Besides
the&Q 310,025 ttpplicd, but woie injected
for various u-aeons. l'ltii indicates
aomethint! of the amount of extra woik
that has been thrown .upon tho war le-
Tun trelfury . ppaitmentis rbont to
I adopt the"folicy of rigidly euforcing tho
penalties provided for hanks found in
possessicn.-ftt uustaniped cnecK? or
f unstamped check?
vnotes.-, Ilulujito, tlfo cgnfpromisea of-,
'fercd lmv.e hetn njepCPjiih.pla.t jjinl-"
most CA'eiy taye netn ui.tHveitence.
But tho practioo haa not diminished,
and now a llgid policy will bo main
tained. Tun coernmeut proposes to issue
$10,000,030 in fractional paper currency,
"shtnpl.isjtcts1' a3tltcy UH-d to bo called
previous to n sumption of ppecie pay
ment ovor twenty yeais.aao. Previous
to that time, many .young people htul
not Will a (diver coin. Recently the
government, fsiucd 20,000,000 in gold
certificates. The H,emainT"fBr money is
urgent an I thero will be no excuse fpr
retiring thv mcenb.icks
tl f k , '
Tho fitiction.il ,
paper cuiioncy.lH to ba issued for mail
Tiik, wnr between England and the
Transvaal will lw iristinctlj; a war of in
vasion, ft will bo unnocossary for
Gtciir Britain to send any'"VMrahip or
evon unit her transport1?. Thus, while
the conditions in some particulars
similar to thoMO'ilurittg our war of the
revolution, thorn will bu no naval com
bats. Ihitain will ciush her enemy,
and It irt.to b,a hopj I tltat tho Boers will
not loam tho inavhahlo to their own'
utter rieati action. There are two bravo
i aces engaged, ami that moans tha tho
uithle(snen3 an 1 savagery of battle wjll 1
Nv communities am more jealous of
tho we If. lie of t'teir bchoola than are!
tho a attH ami tonitories of tho great
louthwout, and if the schools are not all J
vo wish them to bo It is from no want ,
it financial support. As a matter of fact,
i he bchoolj tut1 getting bettor every
"ear, and nothing will help so matoiial- I
to make them better as will tho
'lain dompnstralion of n lively interest
n their welfare on tho part of tho p9o-
! thnniRnlvni. Iln not Rnnd vnur
l.l!t.. ...1.1.1. ....! .i .1 11. ....!.. .. 1 ... II... ..... (.. .1... I ... 'II. .
thoAVrlKhtutul othor irrisntloii laws have ' m0 00!) i o' Inm'-er ..n ' oun 1 ,i .' l Uw & U"S ''m(MM1" w'K-'ht I vna m
...(,'. . luuii aiiwii BVHI'UUUMII- Ullllitiui . la lll.lb HU IV t I '.r i fU I Jli II '1 11 .
spread ovor tlio coutitrj cm. novor licro- r , h'.'in'! CUM' t. I ii.ii i;uit inucli
mnn.lnn.tUU.., I... .I..,,, Mw.inn.l. .'W '" II'"1'"' "n-m "J. .J1M.. . I ...... 1 .. ....
...,..... ...u .,.. ......... ........ ......... . . l!u uioiu-y nun iu.t'R.'ii so mucji miseiy "y
uy ,. o .., yn aonimiior. ct Mr j la- H , m, lira ewei iOUUlil H. Oll.ll l. f , ,,., , ,,ml ,U110Ht de(.jde(l to give Up all fe
frntllg-iltlrma rtf lirl. titi. nntil nT. fnf flirt nrV ! 1 i. . 1 . - i i . . "f,v. i .... v,
-........ A,..,...u v..,...,., -" "- -x-v J ...nil Ifjlll .llilinu.lll. .ll'C.nmilMl II lV ti
Jiild to school, provide the pay for a?'ll' CW n,VJ31 for tho l,UrI'o of
eachur, and then forget all about it. ' woikmg lotJUy mjmv upon iever.il
Take personal lutciost. cpoperato with young fel'ows of this city, whom he ao-
ho fiLhont finthoil-ieii. consider before .
,yoti criticise, and help when you cm.
SWon tha Unltetl Stuto'j Is cleaned In w.ir out until the indignant husband left
lth tho Philippine) ItisuiffQi.ts, mi Ulueo tlio town, This inorimu ono of hem .was
.vuibu3lconiMli::oi for a laas tl no and liennl to indulge in tho following
ho did 1o.uot et In laht. ItnU-eomto sol,lonur! lni eorry fQr jIr. Bllle.
nost j.acploiu If tho poihtout'on of a vljior- , , ,, . , . .
tutWitlM. iiKiiIlibt (l.o rillnluwji.sl as bcanI ' l m SOlr' t0 Klvo lnrn ,Rl" ' b,U
ootiai ttioiiiiuiitir woas m hovar iibvfur a h ! of.ippteo there's sine to bo, when
Y.e-uuiut imprniaiit work no-v iiof.iro tho jpj cotiica !.ick aguin." lomj.-o News.
.vny. tli'j bflijf tr.t', 1: bOoim tint thai ... T .. .. ... ,
y,ork lu'eht bo put hi eli.u tfo of 8Jtnu oiScor " J 'Mdntf. R wealt by cvtllcnuin
oilourililBJu'rU'iii hiljrudier ;one.illa to nt rolling huge atot I; 'n'creslis In Chlor
lio le'ilu' aua. lvttlipr t!..vi louvo t!m idu N. M., whilu nl i roundup, Jirtd n
.mJ.irxoii.AalK M.13J, Mo rltt aullli jot, ' hol Kt i , i ., hoiibekecper, Neliio .Mc-
. tU to b9mup9Athit tho 1'ioilileiit oll Ivmstry, tlio b...l .ala.ig iffvU in the
.nowrfwlmt ho U dojo- In louhi-r Otlo hi lh,Jhy part of the ft id:. Thi'i altiactrtl
loin-numl. Hut llro will not hi any oV the atlei.tto i of co vboyi ihmI by, who
estlou oi tin pn" a." tiujlol If Jt 'j Jj- tin Seeing iho woiiinii full off horTioife,-,'
"idol tjpiith military loruiM In tho I'hll- imil li'tidliiij; lido off at a nijiid late,
linliiorf l.i oimmjiiil of tho uilb ri of tho . took after tho latter and in a few
ilchoit ranfc Kt&ij army. 'i'hU lasxld t61n
tlioplu'. uii.tv'ioi.tntiplitioii hytli)
Iiitdrcsticg, alenn Called iron Our
t Rtnirt comci I rum gu Frir F11M3
ll ,,i, iiiV,;i,i - ... .. :
that tins til I'ule Co p per comnriv ?
. ' ' , '
pushing the woik or ertMiiiisr its pmuPor
Beck, will go to Denver next October to
participate in the mineis' dulling con
test there. They aio mho to give a good
account of themselves Jciomo Tin tier.
Tho woik is being done piepatalqry
to mounting two Urge aic lights in the
streets of Wfllcox. One will eet in front
of llausei's salpon and tho othor neat
Not ton & Co's watehouee. These lights
will be a gttjat convenience to the
public. Range News.
Sheriff Munds had a long talk with
Tom Ketchum at Santa Fe. He sajfa
Ketchum iu a glib talker, seenia to Le
fond of talking, and repeated to Munda
that he (Itetchu'm) would tell about his
life betote ho died, when everybody
would bu satisfied. Courier. -
'v On Monday last the body of a Mexican
was found on the desert about 0 mileo
noithofGila Bend. The coroner and
jury i ame to the conclusion that the
death was-duo to thirst. Two boya who
weie with the Mexican struggled three
miles futher en and found water.
Mr. "James L. Johnston has been ap
po'ntcd profcesor of music in tho Nor
mal School of Arizinn. Tho hundreds
of people ttttoug'hotH Aiizonu who are
fatml.ir With Mr. Jolinston'aextraoidin
at y ability as a teacher of music will
congratulate .the boiid of education
upon its f election. Tempo Newp.
Tho Santa Fe I'.icific company is re
placing all their v.coden b idges with
bUu! attuctuios. As boon .is u ! 'pp.
bridgo gets out of lepnti it is ti 1.... out
and stone abutnieu.H built and a ftcel
bridgo put in. Uj ihisme.nix the enti:e
mad will bo fitted with stel bndget
within a year or two. Journal Miner.
The lodging rooms of tlie Pat ton opera
house in Phoenix woro burglarized on
Sunday morning. The roomeis tlept on
the roof, le.iviiu tho burglaia peifec'ily
free to py,tlrUirvotufcawnJuiiJ?ietJ
ipun of rresott, who was spending
the night with a fiiend, Ids'; $20.
Flagstaff is nothing if not progiessive.
Tho completion of the water noikF de
manded n bewerao nysteni, and a num
ber of enterprising citizens have tJken
tie niatt'or in hand by otganizing the
Flagstaff Drainago and Improvement
company. Tho company propose put
ting in a seweiage system thiough the
business poition of tho town. Sun.
Alton L. Dickcrina n.ono of the best
!........ .. .........k : . ti,,, Ti;,,.,i
JtllUt.U lllllllllll l.'kL'Ulll l.i 1IIU Ullltt'il
states, wb in jerotno two nays mis
week, riding over the country looking
at mines with John Dm kes. He i3 the
leprobontativoof the Rockefellers and is
apt to make thoKo millionaires leports
that will induce them to invest here.
Mr. Dickeruinu owns valuable mining
pioperty in Colorado. Hustler.
The following item t.iken fiom the
Silver licit inilicUee that Judge How
ell's wonderful "corn trc-iS" are fully
up to par: Bon Hank, nfail carrier on
tho Globe and Voido route, lnfoini3 ui
that Judgo A. J. Howell of J'onto ha
a phenomenal crop of com this beason,
the best ever iaised in centinl Arizona.
Tho average yield from eight actes is
upwards of eighty-live bu-hela.
While at the depot Wednesday n
NdW3 repieteutativo was shown a &
pound sample of oro frini the News
mine, which wasaddr?ssjd to tho Paris
Ex osition by ande, 0wtI one of
OWMOr8 of t!,oNtJwa,roilpo llllliee.
group ol mines, it
l is a splendid piece of copper ore and
tames in.) por cent copper, Having n
vnltin of .10D per ton. Tlteio undoubtly
will b' cthot namplea fiotn this district
tnt to Paris. Mining Nowa.
Last niuht an iiato I'hoenix husband
"v ul "' .'"u...tu.y remarxa
iab)iit his wife. Tha bova scented
i troab'.o Ironi afar and veiy wiaoly hi I
ininiUoa hull hta body rtihlled will)
hnllcta. tt,- pcinmujeil lm bodv and
head and lifllwl lr)iutiitit.,iitl..': ' l
A rramment Viimnia editor had
almost jjivon up, but wa3 brought back
to perfect health by Chamberlain's
Culu'Ajhulprn ami Diarrhoea lemedy.
itd 'hfT cditoiinl. From tho .Times,
HlllsttlU'i V,i. : I suff-iied withdiarrhoot
lopesoi tecovery ana await tlie-rcsult.
but noticing tho advoitisoment. .of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diat t hoea Remedy and alpo Eome test
imonials stating liow Eomo wonderful
curps 'had biienft rough t bv this remedy,
I decided to try it. After taking 'a,, few
doc-es I was entirely well of that trouble,
and I wish to say further to my readers
and follow-sufforeis that I am a hale
an 1 heaity man today and feel as well
us I ever did in my life. O. R. Moonu.
Sold by all druggists.
$300 for . 500 Tho Ballengor cottage
for sale -i latgo rooms and wardrobe
closet, including basement; 2 roouiri 12x
12, kitchen 12x15; basement floored I5x
7; water in house; healthy location;
high ground, N. E .of, water works,
Tombstone canyon. Apply to J. F. Bal
lingor, or D. A. Markey, at Chisholm
builQlng. ( al5-tf
V0 SALE The property on Main
Strjot, known as tho Mansion Houso,
furuituro, etc. Apply on tho piemises.
. J 27 lnio.
Ono new and 2 second-hand harness.
J. II. Jack Lumber Co. auM-lw
Prociastination is the thief of time!
So have Hinklej tho jewelen, catch tlu
thief. Blewett'a shoe stoie. t
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF STAGES
llepurto i 'm Lc. Cmiu Air.ali3 ut l,u Cuua-
Jlooclay 7 a.m. Tuesday 7 p.m.
V'cifcadtij . 7 ujfti. 'll'iirfilay. . 7 p.m.
FrliTiQ i u.ij. Satnrdm.. .... 7 p.m.
Leaves Annuls Hotel, nisbee, ut 7 u. m.
Tuesdays, Tl.ursiaji! and Saturday.
Tmo frnui ilibbuo to La Uunanoas and re
turn. 10.00. '
Kai a ft oin La Horita to La Canancas and
rotura, f S 00.
15 pounds basuueo allowed. :
Uxces. of basiuro or freicht, lOo per pound
When you wunt a uoiiui.io
and a. good t inolio.tull for tho
Zuas Zor. iKiiclosica,"
Madoin Kos.ilos. 'Kor oalo every well
MQSilO MOTUAl L1EE IH39RU&E COflPflaY
OF PORTLAND, MAI2?E.
After 3 years extended insurance se
cured automatically by the operation of
a statute of tho Stite of Maine. The
only company in the world doing busi
ness under such & legal ptoviaion. It
paya inoro proportionately to living pol
iev holders ia settlement of policies
than any other company. It's insu
umce isgiltedgo in evorv way.
i II, Adams, N. W. Chask, .
Manage'', Reaident Agent,
Pliouuis, Bisbco, Arizona.
NICHOLS & FLETCHER,
A representative estab
lishmeiit catering to a
Op Day.aifl NiiM! .
Horses boarded by the
day, week or mouth. Rigs
fitriiished on short notice.
HOUSES TAKKH 3AUK OP AT HATUS TO
&U1T IHll TIJilliS.
Horses Bought and Sold!
B. F. GRAHAM Si C., Prop
ti H vs ,'v.??i stna??vi zfi?
VJ7'1TI so muolb newness to tell of in Dress Goods, in
Silks, in Ribbons and Trimmings and Tailor
Made Suits and Skirts in everything wearable tJpat is
suggested by the changing season case after case,
-package after -package of the very ' newest, swellest
thing? from the East-its hard to give precedence to any
one line. Where it, begin and what to leave unsaid is
difficult to decide.
The approaching school days, bringing with them
many wants for boys and Girls Youths and Misses,
make it imperative that we should mention how well
prepared we are to supply every such want.
Postponing for a brief time the telling of Vie new
merchandise, here is reading that should interest every
father and mother of school children.
The Text Books prescribed
authorities, aiid the prices at
arc as follows :
Apploton's First Reador 25c i
' Second " 35c J
Thiid " 5c3
' Fourth " 55c
" Intioductory Fourth
Eender . . , 55c
Natural Advanced Geography. . . . $1.40
" I21ementary " " Ooc
Montgomery's American History. .'$1. 00s-
" , rllnginnei'e " .. 00c
NOISELESS SLATES Edges bound with felt; double.... 25, 35, 40 and 45c each
" " ," " jslngle 15. 20 and 25c each
SCRATCH PADS and WRITING TABLETS: ruled and unruled. Every size,
i kind and price.
LEAD PENCILS, Slate Pencils, and Chalk Crayons; Puna Penholders and Ink;
Rulers anil Eraers all the little things to complete the School OutPt.
or unlaundried. Clieaper than you
could make ihoin and uiado aa well
as you could wish 25 to 85c
Ml? fllTTj'fJ Silk Windeora already
) IllJJ...tied, with elastic bard
for attaching to collar. Gay bright
plnid's so liked by boys. 35 and 60c each
IBS I IIS..:
A fow Wash
uom the summer's Polling, and a fow
worsted dresses fiom last season. The
two lota give ample choice and the
prices -w ill make up for any lack of
Boys' FasatS... Ordered I
x especially foi this time, we regret
tj tav are del.tved eoniewhere bo
S tween Biobee and the place of
? nianufact'iro. They nre expected
daily, and, no doubt, will be hero
iu time to meet your demands.
n4 .rm -m
BE tl U U
by the Territorial Educational
which we arc selling the same,
White's Now Co nutate Arithmetic. 70c
' First V.q k ii . 35c
Sheldon's Adva'n'e i Langnitze rea
sons , 75c
Sheldon'8 Piimarv L-tnguage Lea
eons , 40c
Drawing Books, Nos. 1 and 3, each 10, 15c
California System of Vertical Writ-
ing, Nos. 1,2. 3, 4, 5 and 6, each 10c
5 American Spelling, Blanks 10c
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wearing, fa-t color sort.
Black Ribbed, seamless, a pair.... 10c
lSlack Ribbed, double knee, three
thread hAel and toe:
G tp 7, 15c; iyz to 9, 20c a pair.
Black Ribbed, iisle finish, double
knee, special heel:
5. tu 7. 20c; 7lj to 8, 25c a piir.
Black Ribbed, heavy weight,double
knee and 8)10: , .
(5 to K, 20c; iy. to Sj, 25c a pair.
Heavy Gray Ribbed:
0 to iy,t 20c; 7 to 8', 25c a pair.
For Boys "Tha
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made to lesiat hove wear and tear; lull
stock calf; a serviceable shoe.
Sizes 11 to 2, $2.00;
-'Hs J $2.25 a pair.
For Girls A kangaroo calf shoe, laced
or buttoned. Mado of a leather that
will not crack or scuff up.
Sizes 0 to , $1.23; S to 11, $1.50;
I to 2, $1.75 a pair.
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