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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. Mionfactorer cf Grilles and Fret Work. A BIG BARGAIN SALE MONDAY Large Rugs from Short Lengths Brussels, Velvet, Wilton-Velvet Carpet lengths, made by experts into NO DUPLICATES. 9x12 nrunsels, from J12.75 to 117. 5x12 Wiitnn Velvet, from li.y to $23.5) JrflS- U'Mton Velvot V.t.y) 1-Cxl2 H'liton Velvet, extra 10T5-12 Velvet exio i:rusM!i . 8-2 xVS UrUL'n'a SU. S-3xU Prussia JH.') !U) Wilton lit') S-dx7S Wilton Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 Weil Washington Street. Hardwood Floors laid, finished sad rtflnlshed. "TELL THE TRUTH" Monarch Grocery Motto. 18 lbs Granulated Suar $1 Best Kettle-rendered Lard, 2 lbs. 15c Highland Nave Oranges 20c, 30c, 40c a dozen. CCTAII the New VezetaMes from the Soath, E7New crop Teas, 70c lor the $1 qualities. Monarch Grocery 112 E Washington SL Telephone 1453 16th and Illinois Sts., Tel. 1469. CHLEICHER' 13-22 North Meridian St Anticipate Your Needs This Is a least bit early In the .season to talk with you about re decorating your house, but, any how, step In when passing, and look over our New WALL PAPERS And then when you are ready to buy, you will be fully posted as to the latest and best combina tions. iml rw w irj W$ ILMUnDtANSl We Are Merchants Not Speculators We could lock up all the Diamonds wo own and make money by keeping them until next fall. Instead, we shall continue to sell at old prices, until every stono we own is sold. JC CfDP Importer of OllrCj DIAMONDS Room 4, 18T North Meridian SL, INDIANAPOLIS ISD. 21 North Pennsylvania St. Gloves Bargains Ladies' Kid Gloves, fine, 5 and b only 50c Mens Kid, lined and unlined, per pai r. 50 Road samples. GILO VP? lO CAST WASHINGTON STREET. W. H. HAWKINS SELECTED. KYI 11 Be Secretary of the Democratic State Committee. Chairman Tarks M. Martin, of the Demo cratic Ftate committee yesterday an nounced the selection of W. II. Hawkins, of Sullivan, as secretary of the state com mittee. Mr. Hawkins, who was United States marshal unOer the Cleveland ad ministration, has announced his acceptance of the place. In addition to this Chairman Martin announced the selection of the ex ecutive committee, as follows: First District G. V. Menzles. of Mount Vernon, and II. C. Haines. Second John H. Spencer, of Washington, and John Johnson, Jr., of Bedford. Third Thomas 11. Bu?klrk. of Paoli, and Adam Helmberger, ot New Albany. Fourth-Will II. O'Brien, of Lawrence burs, and Jamej Mendenhall, of Greens- burp. Fifth-John E. Lamb, of Terro Haute, and P. O. Colllver. of Greonca?tle. Sixth B. F. Wlsslcr, of Richmond, and 8.-8. Herrell. of Brookvllle. Seventh-jSamuel E. Mors, of Indianapo lis, and Joseph A . Schmidt, of Franklin. Elghth-Rlchard II. Hartford, of Port land, and It. F. Cummins, of Hluff ton. Ninth-John W. McCurdle, of New Rich mond, and James A. Thompson, of Delphi. Tenth William Blackstock, of Lafayette, and Joseph K. PcIHey, of Fowler. Eleventh Ii. F. Louthaln. of Logansport. and S. E. Cook, of Huntington. Twelfth Harry D. Stone, of Albion, and Herman Freyar.g. of Angola. Thirteenth M. I. Hathaway, of Wlna mae, and JuIIuj Rawley, of Rochester. The campaign committee, as previously announced. Is us follow?: U. S. Jackson, of Greenfield; Thomas Taggart,. of Indianapo lis; B. II. Campbell, of Anderson; Frank A. Horner, of Brazil; Edwin J. Forrest, of Crown Point, and Clinton F. Rose, of Evanavllle. 4 sift s n Sß The Loyal Legion. The February meeting of the Loyal Le gion will be held in the German House "Wednesday evening:. Feb. 21. The regular speakers are Dr. McMahon, of Huntlng burff. Mr. Albt-rt I. Smith. Major Ostran der of Richmond, and Mr. Jonn I Grif fiths, the general topics bolns WahinKton and Lincoln. The attendance promises to be large. ICew I'Unws, JISG and up, at Wulachner's. READY FOR ALL STARS DIG CA 31 ES TO BE PLAYED AT TURN- Ell ALL MVS THIS WEEK. Oneldns Have Exciting Time In Se lectins: Team, in Wlilcli Cant. 'Williams Losen Oat. Bowling enthusiasts will fcavo an oppor tunity Vuesday- and Wednesday of this week of witnessing games between tho crack Indianapolis bowling teams and the All-stars, made up of the best players In the fcadlng cities of the country. The All-stars were defeated at Columbus, O.. last week, and tho local bowlers have taken fresh courage. Tho All-stars will not get away from Indianapolis with an unbroken string of victories. The clubs which will play against the visitors ale made up of the best bowlers In the city. A fast pace will be set for them by the All-stars, and they will, no doubt, make some high scores at the Turner alleys Tuesday and Wednesday. The make-up of the clubs which will meet the All-stars will be as follows: Marlon Captain Bryson, Carter, Leap, Williams, Brown and Cooper. Turners Captain Fields, Dicks, Shreve, Balz, G. Seidensticker and Siersdorfer. Blue Labels Captain KImmel, Jay, Good, Knox and Glelow. Calumet3 Captain Fehrenbach, C. Yor ger, Bowman, Lee and Fleming. Oneldaa O'Connor, Orn, Hopkins, Brown and Allen. The Marion team looks to be the strong est, but the teams are well matched and high scores may be expected. Tho All-stai team Is under the management of W. V. Thompson. The captain Is Martin Kern, a Cincinnati bowler. Tho team Is made up pf the following bowlers: Jack Reed, Colum bus; George J. Kupplnger, St. Louis; W. J. Konna, Chicago; William E. Ottmer, New York; Fred Worden, Chicago; Edward Maass, Brooklyn; Fred Gebhard, Detroit; Harry Crlss, Toledo; Eddie Wasa, Chicago. Games will be played afternoon and even ing at the Turner alley. Tho members of the Oneida team met at the Independent Turner alleys last night to decide what members will roll against the All-star team. The five men having the highest averages wero selected, they being O'Connor, Orn, Hopkins, Brown and Allen. It was a great surprise to the bowlers that Captain Williams should lose out, but he was in poor form and rolled the lowest scores. The averages of the men were: Hopkins, 1S1; Orn, 156; Allen, 152; Brown. 158; O'Connor, 154; Eyles, 150; Williams, 137; Zwiker, 141. Hopkins was really the only members of the team who rolled in good form. Indianapolis Bowline League. Following ere the Individual averages In the Indianapolis Bowling League for those having 150 or better: Name and Club. Games, Av. R. H. Bryson. Marion 28 169 B. Brown, Marion 29 169 F. Burton. I. B. C 23 ICG II. Hardie. Washington 32 163 I. Dicks, I. T. V 27 155 W. Kothe, Lyra 26 , 164 C. Field. I. T. V 29 163 T. Carter, Marlon 30 162 O. Williams. Marion 31 162 E. O. Hunter, Crescent 30 161 Gus Mueller. I. B. C 23 161 F. Comstock, C. C 25 161 C. Von Hake, Lyra 27 161 G. Klrkhoff, Washington 29 160 Albert Leap. Marlon 23 160 E. Wood. C. C 27 160 H. V. Old, Washington 27 159 O. Seidensticker, I. T. V. 29 159 E. Gay, Lyra 25 158 M. Juday, North Side 31 158 C. C. Perry. Lyra 21 13S F. Garetang; C. C. r28 157 H. C. Bauer, I. B. C 30 157 William Garstang, C. C 16 156 L. W. Cooper. Marion 20 ISC C. Stanley, Pastime 20 155 L. Quill. Washington 22 155 F. J. Vinson, C. C. 21 155 E. II. Schmidt, Marion 16 155 P. A. Havellck, C. C 24 154 C. Meinsinger, Volunteer 16 154 I F XictlZft I T t 16 14 F. Erdelmeyer, Marion 17 152 II. li. Smith, North Side 30 152 W. E. Evans, Volunteer 31 152 R. Smith. Lyra 25 132 C. F. Meyer. Lyra 24 151 C Smith C C 6 2. öl, F. E. Kotteman. I. B. C. 22 151 W. W. Wiesse, Washington 21 150 W. D. Shreve, I. T. V. 22 150 J. G. Mueller, Lyra 21 150 PIN AVERAGE I. B. L. Pins. Games. Av. Marion SS.33I 4S 799 Capital City 36.712 48 7C5 Lyra 36,711 43 765 Washington 36,653 43 764 I. T. V 34.233 43 761 I. B. C 33,763 45 750 North Side .34.831 43 726 Volunteer 34,647 43 722 Pastime 34.1S3 48 712 Crescents , 31,162 43 711 Tenpln Leaene. The twenty highest averages In the Ten pln League of members who have bowled In twenty-seven or more games are as fol lows: Name and Club. Games. Av. Schlake, Blue Label 27 176 Knox. Blue Label 43 170 Jay. Blue Label 42 168 KImmel. Blue Label 47 167 Koeckel. Meridian 51 166 Meyer. Columbia 41 164 Glelow, Blue Label 35 163 F. Nolting, Columbia 44 161 Lee, Calumet 51 160 J. Fcrhrenbach, Calumet 43 159 B. Fox, Standard 54 158 Pfeffer. National . 4S 158 Good. Blue Label ; 23 158 Petersen. Meridian 53 157 C. Yorger, Calumet 54 157 Bowman. Calumet 51 156 Calrd, Lenox 53 155 Urlewlcz. Meridian 50 15a Kleine, Columbia 53 155 F. Fox, Standard 54 154 PIN AVERAGE TENPIN LEAGUE. Club. Games. Av. Blue Label 54 S26 Columbia 54 7S6 Calumet & 777 Meridian 51 750 National 54 750 Lenox 64 7 Standard M 745 Star W 735 Marlon County Dowllng Leaene. Individual averages of the Marion County Bowling League, of all members who have played in half of the games bowled: Name and Club. Games. Av. Allen, Oneida S3 172 Brown, Oneida 16 170 Graff, Stone Palace 54 169 Sachs. Stone Palace 41 163 Williams, Oneida 45 162 Hopkins, Oneida 41 159 Hendrickson, Apollo 45 154 Hanslng. Apollo 41 154 Orr. Oneida 26 154 Laase, Central 43 153 Boardus, Nonpareil 43 153 Elliott. Nonpareil 37 151 Pollard. Nonpareil 43 151 D. Connor, Oneida SO 150 Stewart. Central CD 149 Hermann, Oriental 4 it7 Wolslffer, Stone Palace 43 146 J Reimer. Apollo 23 146 Hoffman, Oriental 54 110 C. Reimer. Central S3 145 Ling. Apollo 2 145 Hltz. Nonpareil 47 14 Meger. Oriental 27 144 Iraner. Central.... 31 H3 Spana:enberger, Stone Palace CO 1 Aichhorm. Central 26 142 Heede. Oriental 43 HI Parvin. Apollo 26 111 Mansfield, Nonpareil 31 13: Fernedlng. Central 26 137 Mussmann, Oriental 29 129 Tiara average and total pins made by each team In the Marion County League: Games. Pins. Av. Oneida 54 43.3C7 K3 Stone Palace 54 4),2!7 7tG Apollo 64 29,4.-5 730 Central 51 Z).ZQi 726 29.124 725 27,674 OS With the Bowlers. Two more weeks will see the closo of the I. B. L. tournamenL The Volunteers have made a good show ing In the last half. They have, so far, on 13 and lost 8. Harry Hardy, of the Washingtons, had an off night last week and Burton stepped up Into third place. There will be no games In the Indian apolis Bowling League this week on ac count of Washington's birthday. Hltz of the Nonpareil team bowled an unusually good game last week and In creased his average a few points. The following 200 scores were made In the Marion County League Friday night: Allen, 2C0; Daase, 209; Sachs, 202. George Weber last week went below the 100 mark for the second time this season and is in disgrace. He only reached ninety-nine. It Is predicted by a good many of the bowlers In the Indianapolis league that the Washingtons will finish as good as third If not better. The following spares were made last week in tne Marlon County League: Hop kins, 4-3, 7-8; Herrmann, 5-S-10; Heede, 3-6-7-S and Hanslng, 6-7-10. C. Yorger, of the Calumets, and Fox brothers, of the Standards, are tho only bowlers that have taken part . In every game in the Tenpln League. ' ( Captain Harry Olds, of the Washingtons, has been putting up as good a game as anybody In the Indianapolis League. He has averaged over 170 in the last seventeen games. The high Individual average for the games last week In the Tenpln League was Meyer, 181; low average, Hermany, 134. High club average, Columbia, 842; Stan dard, 715. The high club score In the Tenpln League last week was 901, while the low score was 666. High Individual score was Klein, 201, and the low scoro was made by Hermany 103. The Lyra alleys are rapidly coming Into the favor of bowlers In the Indianapolis League. That they are Improved can be seen by tho number of games bowled on them which go over tho 800 mark. Tho work in the Marion County Bowling League was unusually good last week. The averages for the eighteen games played was 773 pins, which is a few pins better than the averages of the other leagues. The members of the Indianapolis Bowling League are looking forward to the annual stag which will be held the week after the close of the season. This year's affair promises to be the best one of any yet held. Ben Brown and Captain Bryson, of the Marlon team, are carrying on a desperate tight for first honors at the head of the av erage column. Bryson leads, but Brown Is such a short distance behind a couple of games can settle the matter. BATTLE WITH THE SLUMS INTERESTING LECTURE nY JACOB A. RIIS, A SEW YORKER, Under Auspices of Indianapolis "Wom an's CI ab, at Plymouth Church Last Night. The lecture of Jacob A. RHs, of New York, given under the auspices of the In dianapolis Woman's Club at Plymouth Church last night, was thoroughly enjoyed by the large audience present. Mr. RHs, who has been for many years a newspaper reporter in New York city, has given much of his time to the solution of the tenement house problem. His lecture last night, en titled "The Battle with the Slums," was for the greater part a history of his expe riences, and of the efforts that had been made toward a better tenement system In New York. Mr. Rlls Illustrated his lecture with stere cptlcon views of the old tenement houses and their. Interiors, and so realistic were the pictures of tho tenements with their dark hallways, perhaps reeking with filth; with the small, cramped rooms, from the broken plastering of which the slime was oozing in little streams that puddled on the foor; with hordes of soulless faces looking gaunt and hungry In the murky gloom, that the audience was more than glad when Mr. Riis signaled his assistant for another picture which would give the au dience an Idea of the almost herculean work that had been accomplished In New York In the way of cleaning up the slums. Where before there had been a succession of pictures portraying the filthiest slums that ever disgraced the city of New York, there followed a succession of pictures of beautiful parks, spacious play-grounds, with real grass for the children to walk on j;s much as they wanted to, new school buildings with open air play-grounds on the roofs; sparkling fountains and every thing conducive to the motal and physical welfare of the poor compelled to live In fcuch places. And all this work had been accomplished in the last ten years. Where ten years ago there were 50,000. children out of school, to-day nearly every child In New York could be sent to a school where It could obtain a good education and In time become a factor with which to fight the tflums. Mr. RHs attributed much of the former condition of affairs among the slums to Tammany, and said it had ever Leen tho policy of that organization to prevent the improvement or the betterment of existing conditions. He raid the day was coming when the little ones who were born and raised in the slums would become a power which In Its might would some day overthrow Tammany. He says the solution of the tenement-house quettlon Is a matter cn which tho civil government of New York rests to-day, for municipal govern ment Is never either much worse or much better than Us homes, and it was for ihls reason that the government of New York had been a failure. He said that If there rere a few more men in New York like Colonel Roosevelt, the city would fast as sume the tone, both moral and civil, to which she is properly entitled. Great good has been done in New York in the last few years, but there are still 40.000 tenement houses to be looked after. Mr. RHs raid hat he attributed much of the good work that has already been done to the women. Mr. Rlls is the author of "How the Other Half Lives" and other books. He will de 1'ver another of his Interesting lectures at Plymouth Church at 2:30 o'clock this after noon. There will be no admission charged and every one is Invited. His subject will be "Tony's Hardships." A special invlta ilon is extended to the teachers of mission schools and their classes. GRAND LODGE K. OF H. Two Days Session Will Be Held This Week. The Grand Lodge, Knights of Honor, will meet in this city on Tuesday of this week, and will be In session two days, with head quarters at the Denlson. It is expected that representatives of subordinate lodges will be present from all parts of the State. Tho following are the grand officers: Grand dictator, William Grover, of Indianapolis; grand vice dictator. Nathan Myer. of Ev ansvllle; grand assistant dictator, II. B. Fatout, of Indianapolis; grand reporter, I. W. Jacobs, of Jeffersonvllle; grand treas urer, P. W. Bartholomew, of Indianapolis. On Monday at 2 p. m. the finance com mittee, consisting of A. W. Condultt of Indianapolis. Herrmann Kruger of Ken dallvllle, Charles L. Wall of Logansport. together with the grand officers, will meet at the Denlson to audlf accounts. On Tues day evening Washington Lodge, No. 14, Knights of Honor, will give a public en tertainment for the Grand Lodge. Past Supreme Dictator L. A. Gratz is expected to be present and make an address. Insure Mlth n Home Company. The Indianapolis Fire Insurance Company, Its East Market street, John M. Spann, secretary. Capital, paid up, $2u0,000; surplus, 1100,000. Nonpareil 51 Oriental 54 Twenty Factories in the United States 3Innafactarins Disc I'low, and Not One In Existence debt Years Affo. Mr. M. T. Hancock, the famous disc plow man, is In the city again. The suc cess of his disc plow in the South and West is unparalleled by any implement ever Introduced in that section. Every reader of the Journal will remember the favorable comments made on the Hancock disc plow when shown at the fair grounds about eight years ago, and Is no doubt surprised that it Is not on every good farm in Indiana to-day. Mr. Hancock says the reason It is not is that he was like a poor farmer who would prepare his land well, plant his corn and expect it to make with out cultivation, but instead it would soon get choked out by the thorns and thistles. That was the fate of the good founda tion laid on his plow eight years ago. But Mr. Hancock is here planting the crop again, and says he will cultivate it and stay with it until harvest, as he has done in many other fields, as you will see from facts stated below. It can be seen from the various contracts that Mr. Hancock has In his possession that tight factories are now making hl3 plow on royalty (except those formed Into stock companies), which are located In the following territory: Texas Disc Plow Company, Dallas, Tex.: Disc Plow Company, New Orleans, La.; Teague, Barnett & Co., Montgomery, Ala.; South ern Agricultural Works, Atlanta, Ga.; Chattanooga Plow Companj. Chattanooga, Tenn.; A. B. Farquhar & Co., York, Pa.; Sattley Manufacturing Company, Spring field, 111., and Eagle Manufacturing Com pany, Kansas City, Mo. He also has letters from other prominent manufacturers nego tiating for a shop right to manufacture disc plows under his patents. Mr. Hancock has improved his plow from time to time, and It is now made of steel and has the appearance of an up-to-date Implement. Where its weight used to bo upwards of 900 pounds, it Is now 460. The following famous establishments are all manufacturing an imitation disc plow after seeing the brilliant' success in the South and West of the Hancock, although they fought it for three years, claiming it was Impossible to make the farmers accept a plow that didn't cut a square furrow and pack and glaze the bottom. But three years exploded these theories, as the farm er soon saw he had better crops from breaking his land with the disc, which did not pack the bottom of the furrow, but left It porous, so that the moisture and the roots of the plants could penetrate it. Names and location of the imitators: Deere & Co., Mollne, III.; Mollne Plow Company, Mollne, 111.; Parlln & Orendorff Company, Canton, HI.; Rock Island Plow Company, Rock Island. 111.; South Bend Chilled Plow Company, South Bend, Ind.; B. F. Avery & Sons, Louisville, Ky.; E. Bement's Sons, Irnsing, Mich.; Stoddard Manufacturing Company, Dayton, O.; Em erson Manufacturing Company, Rockford, 111.; Bradley Manufacturing Company, Bradley. 111.; J. I. Case Plow Werks, Ra cine, Wis.; Bissell Plow Company, Eaton Rapids, Mich., and many other smaller concerns. But none of these have had any success except where the demand was cre ated by the Hancock. Mr. Hancock says every manufacturer fights the disc plow in new territory, as they know they haven't got an even break In disc plows (as the valuable principles for making a disc plow are all covered in his patents), and thereby have to complicate their machines In mak ing a plow to get around his patents. There are more Hancock disc plows being sold every year than all others combined. His plow Is on exhibition at Gordon & Har mon's, and as soon as the weather will per mit he will make exhibitions showing that h's plow will draft 50 per cent, lighter than any mould-board plow and do better work. Mr. Hancock has mailed a copy of this Issue to each manufacturer whose name appears In this article, and he Invites a re ply from any of them, in care of this paper, should they doubt tho above statements being correct. The fol lowing challenge is hanging on the plow for each farmer to read who visits the city: "If any manufacturer or dealer will cut a furrow eight inches deep and fourteen inches wide with their mould-board plow with 50 per cent, more draft than It will take to do It with the Hancock disc, doing, as good work, I will make any charitable Institution in the city a present of $100. If they don't feel like working for charity, I will give them another $100 for their time in making the test as follows: Test to be made in a suitable stubblelleld with clay soli. Each contestant has the right to measure his own furrow, with the right of the other to call him flown if he measures too strong. The self-registering dynamom eter to be the judge of the draft." MAUD I GItAS FESTIVITIES. Sew Orleans, La., Mobile, Ala. Pennsylvania-Vandalla lines will sell ex cursion tickets at one fare for the round trip Feb. 19 to 26, inclusive, good to return to starting point not later than March 15. For particulars call on agents, or address W. W. RICHARDSON, D. P. A. BIG FOUR ROUTE. Mardl Gras. $22.25 New Orleans and Return. $20.85 Mobile, Ala., anil Return. Tickets sold Feb. 19 to 26, good returning till March 15. Insure with German Fire Insurance of In diana. General offices, i9 South Delaware street. Fire, tornado and explosion. Insure with the McGIlllard Agency Co. Home and foreign companies. Thorpe block. Feed your horse JANES'S Dustless Oats. Cook's Imperial Extra Dry received highest award World's Columbian Exposition! Medal and diploma for "An Excellent Champagne, Agreeable Douquet. Dellclous Flavor." CECIL RHODES'S DIAMOND TOWN Cannot produce brighter gems than these mounted in our brooches and rings. We have a large lot of 1-2 carat stones at the right price. Ask to see our $1,000.00 Gem. IuIiu$C.W&Ilt8$oi! Indiana's Leading Jrvrclers. Wall Paper That Wins Must n.-st of all be pretty, r.nd then it must be pretty in a way that you didn't expect. And it must be ex clusive in its prettiness not the kind of commonplace, fairly good looking paper you have seen every season in every store, and it must be pretty good. Ours has all of these points and one more, it's pretty low priced. COPPOCK BROS., INTERIOR I PEMBROKE DECORATORS ARCADE ! A LOCAL oud CATARRH CLIMATIC DISEASE Nothing but a Ideal rtn;eij or chance cf cllmat will cure ca tarrh. Get a well-known SPECIFIC. Ely's Cream Balmp It 1 quickly Absorbed L UlvfB Heller at once. Orens nd cleanses tht Natal Paraarea. Ä'Ä'Ä, COLD HEAD iemtranc. itcstcrea u.. -v.... cu .a-... -..4 Smell. No Mercury. No injurious 5rusr. Regular size, 10 cents; family size, tl; t druggist cr tj mall. V'LY MOTHERS. It Warren street. New Tcrk, A Splendid Opportunity Still Remains To Purchase Men's and Boys' Clothing ' AT HALF PRICE From the varied assortment of high-class goods as offered Trustee For Arcade You can buy anything in the line of Merf s, Boys' or Children's wearing apparel or furnishing goods at less than the cost of manufacture much less than wholesale priceand may still join the endless procession of conservative buyers availing themselves of this remarkable sale. 'Special -Bargains for To-Morrow Boys' and Children's Suits Boys' and Children's Ulsters Children's Suits worth $2.50, $3.00, and $3.75, now. Children's Suits worth $4.50, $5.00, $6.50, $7.00, all now One lot Boys' Suits, with long pants, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $6.50, now One lot Boys' Suits, with long- pants, $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, $10.00, now All Furnishing Hoods at OneThi rd Price ARCADE 10 W. Wash. WE . LIEDER COMPANY. Clearance Something that doesn't occur very often in the picture world, GOOD pictures are ALWAYS good, always worth their value and those who know this Art Store know that the pictures shown here are always of merit. But, here area certain number of pictures that we have decided to move quickly to make room for an immense new stock, expected daily that's the whole why and wherefore of these cut prices, but Prices That Must Create a Big Demand At Seven Dollars A few fine, large, colored landscapes, beauties in every sense of the word, all framed, complete, were $12 and $11 values. At Six Dollars Four handsome pictures that are bound to excite your admiration, all handsomely framed, $10 values. At Two Seventy-five Ten pictures, best subjects and styles, some very desirable pieces for cozy corner decorations, $1 values. A Great Special Lot of Odd Pieces, ....Send Raising the Ante..... Is what a defective water back In your range Is liable to do at any time, as It Is a great source of dan ger. If your range or plumbing needs over hauling, and defective pipes repaired or new ones laid you will find the work done by us to be of the best, and our pricis always fair and reasonable. C. ANESHAENSEL & CO. 29-33 E Ohio St. CARRIAGES and BICYCLES Por lOOO Vehicle Kubbcr Tires Tat On H. T. Hearscy Vehicle Company "ON THE CIRCLE." Knabe Starr Pianos THE STARR PIANO CO., Manufacturers, 13 W. Washington St WIS J12- 5 THG HBAD nd THE HANDS ' Every Day Brings in fresh news of the cures made by SLOAN'S RHEUMATISM CURE. Many sufferers for years now report themselves as cured. If vou have Rheumatism SLOAN'S RHEUMA TISM CURE will cure you. 50 CENTS A BOTTLE. Sloan Drug Co., 22 V. Washington Street. , We Carry a Swell Line of Choice Cigars See Us Before Buying The Schömberg-Webb Cigar Co., Telephone 300. 5 S. ILLINOIS ST. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure This preparation Is particularly adapted to the tratmfnt of acut COLDS, COl OIIS. lA OltlPrE. TmONCHITIS, CATAIUIH. IiEAD ACIIC. etc.. and the formula as now prepared U the result of the long: experience and exhaus tive research of the world's most SlsUnf;u4she4 specialist In this class of tilscaaes. I'i'DEsVS DRUG STORE, Wsh.si P23. Sti iifi K m w j 1 a $1.33 $2.35 $2.25 $4.33 $6.00, worth worth $3.50 Sale, of Fine Pictures for Illustrated Catalogue of Artists' riaterlals.... I Vi! " O : w, .ftp" Lilly & Stalnaker, We Want You to Know THAT Bryce's Old Homestead the Bread BEST " That can be made from pure materials by expert workmen. Bryce's Steam Bakery PETER F. BRYCE, Prop. ; GARLAND Steel Ranges and Base Burners kS&tt&v Are ths World's Best. G. KOI5HKINO ÄJ 13 WO. 12Ü X. I'enn. St., 880 Virginia Are. VUICIIXISM 2 HON', 128-130 X. I'enn. SU India nupoll. Eriu kzrzd, tj Ibü, 152 Per Tc (nWB WE -Creditor lvjro auu V1IIIU1 WII d UldlWl D Former price $7.50, $8.00, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00,' with the approach of spring all go down Q0 I7Q in a heap to v Men's Suits and Pants 65 Men's Suits, worth $&00, $10.00, $12.50, 01 AO to be closed out at lJ)Tiu0 All Men's and Boys Pants yet in stock, whether formerly, sold for $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3 or OA AA $4, now reduced to the uniform price of..i)llUU 24 W. WASU1NQ70H ST. At Nine Dollars Four beautiful soft etchings, some unusually fine specimens of the etcher's art, all framed complete, formerly $12. At Five Dollars Six fine subjects, splendid example of photographic work, framed in Flemish oak, $6.50 values. At One Dollar A splendid lot of fine things, ranging in value from $1.00 to $2.50, all go in this sale at $1. Framed, at 49c BIG SALE Jewel Steel Ranges $28.00 Cash.... $29.00 on Payments $5 down and $2 a week and our gusran tee goes with each and every one. This is a Range that we have sold for jears with perfect satisfaction. You will make money by taking- ad vantage of this sale. Come in and look at the JEWEL. 114 East Washington St. MR. SHELDON'S DAILY Beffinnlnff March 13, Rev. Chas. M. Shel don, author of "In Ills BtepK." Is for tlx days to have entire charge of the "Topeka Capital." This paper Is one of the most In fluential freist of the Mlfsleelpp! river. Mr. Sheldon Is to conduct this paper as he thinks "Jesus would have him do." The subscription price for the entire month of March Is DO cents, or 5 cents for the one week In which Mr. Sheldon has charge. We take subscriptions mailed to Individual ad dresses at the above prices. Orders must be In soon. The A!IisonEnos Co., . 142-144 North Meridian Street, NEXT TO LimiAKY. Uhn BP Hiebest crafi ef exrelleuc. From our FAC TORIES to ycur HOME. U II. DA LOW 13 A CO.. 143 !. Tenn. Manufacturers. KD I CATION AL. Day and INIjörtit School Business, Shorthand, Tclezrapay, Illustritiai . 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