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United States Steel and the Coal
4 I and Iron Shares Rise on Re
It r ported Big Deal and the List
1 Benefits
i Tractions Continue Prominent in
fK f the Dealing with Manhattan
Imi Still Showing the Way
Bonds Aotive
I 4
Btocbs closed firm in the market to
I y tiCttr ft sawJoti that showed Im
7 provement from he start Price which
i bt1ud In tho early run rallied fcnd
+ generally showed gains Trad
1 tvirifu comparatively quiet
The feature of the market wns the
tntdtnff < < In the tiock of Hio Southern
> Ifta told teo1 coniprunlcu tspeclaflj
Vcnnessee CoaJ and Iron which ad
I rTanoed almost i per cent to SO 12 on
comparatively good buying Colorado
L JHtet a4 Iron also stowed the strength
letting up almost 2 per cent
Tb oUnlted States Steel stock wer6
tatong and wen absorbed each tudvano
bit bout 1 per cent This was due to
rumors that negotiations have been re
newed looking toward a mover of the
Tim sse Goal and Iron Republic Iron
M Steel and the stassShoffleld Com
Pany A similar project nearly reached
cojripletlon previous to tho depression
of WOJ
lit Paul Union Pacific Baltimore Sr
Ohio loulnvllle A Nashville and Penn
jrlv jilA wero about the best issues In
the railroad group at advances of from
14 to almost 1 per cant
Further strength was shown In the
Tractions under the load or Manhattan
which sold up more than 1 point Ac
tivity fell oft In this group atter the
morning session however but the prices
red strong
Erie wu sUady
There waa a demand fop bonds
l Tho total sales of stocks were 1001100
haras and of bonds 5305000
Ussemtilr nlll Compel DUtrllin
t lion of Ktcens Vnndi hy
BwdU to The Evenlnn World
ALBANY Feb 10A bill compelling
life Insurance companies to distribute
anOng Us policy holders the surplus of
t the company each Jcar was offered h >
jday nAhe Assembly by AJr ONeill
Th mcuurn Is tho outcome of the
jaon statements i
Vjawton Insurance company must notify
JthaipollcyQiolder of the amount ol air
fplu apportioned to him and this sum
Ulilo be artdtd to the fact value of the
ipcllcy j
r j LONDON Feb 10 Money wns In con
siderable demand In the market today
which was Stock Exchange payday
Supplies were scarce In consequence of
the collection Government revenue
k continuance of which until the uild at
March will denude the market Dis
counts wero tolerably firm the monctary
E stringency preventing a slacUcillns of
Prices on the Stock Exchange were
flYm In place The cheerfulness Of gilt
edged securities ort tho strength of tho
txmlc return and the monetary outlook
sustainediliomo securities generally The
market closed quieter and somewhat
regular Consols were strong and Homo
Rolls were In rood investment tyumnnd
1 Americans opened dull and Irregular
Milled mostly to oorpirlty kept Ben
rally steady and inactive and closed
quiet Ornnd Trunk which was the
liveliest section hardened at first and
eased later on reiillzulons though tho
Increase in traffic exceeded tho estimates
japanse Improved Imperial Japanese
Government Ca of 1901 were quoted at
102 Colombians hardened on n report
that Panama Is prepared to accept a
proportion of the foreign debt
Repnbllcnnii Think WineDealers
Slionld Inr the State
I pitlil to The 1Irnlnll Wird
ALBANV Feb lORopubllcnii man
gepi at Albany are discussing a plan
to give the wine agents a Jolt In look
Ing around for sources of revenue with
which to square the financial necessi
ties of the Government tho leiders
have hit upon a sheme to tax the sale
or champagne
The tax It Is proposed shall take the
forn of a stamp to be affixed to every
bottle of chnmpngno cold Domestic
manufacturers or thn whw ore to bo
exempt The legislative managers or
sue thnt foreigners ouuht to piy the
State fis well as the federal Govern
ment for the privilege of selling their
fl goods In New York
Bun rises 0OlSun et SflMoon ntta 1121
High Vaicr Jow Wnter
A 41 PM A M 1 M
Runiy UookII1I 1150 ON iu
Governor1 Illa ilUlT 1133 nlo nol
Itch late Kern 110 1411 712 785
IA ala i Hrcnen
Orizaba dj i > Colon
ficllli i i Nnples
1rolo1 Havana
VtM 1er Ntiltrliiuldi < Donirrnra
African Monarch Mitnldlan Qla Tow
Shields 1iinronla Qltraltnr
Monte Video Naples Thlcaito Cltv
yretmln HanhiuK Santa
Duel Yucatan Monroe Norfolk
br Concho CJalU tnn Cnillda lnraIlUay
AlgonquIn Charleston
No ISxtru Mmrffp for It
Advertlitmtnti far Tho World may bo ltd
11 111 Amtrloui Ulitrlct UMMiurir Otfloi
the oily untiT f u
t <
1 <
Just Escaping NorthBound
Train Workman Steps 1h
Front of Another and Flings
Himself Flat on the Track
A Subway train of even can patted
over Arthur Watson of No 111 Wet
street today leaving him unhurt say
for a slight cut on the back When
picked up he wan almost unconscious
from fright but soon revived Several
persona were standing on the platform
near which the accident occurred
Watson Is laborer In the Subway
and was going to work at 7 oclock this
morning Ho got on the wrong side of
the One Hundred and Thlrtynfth street
station on the Lenox avenue branch
and started to cross the tracks An he
reached the rails of the northbound
track he heard the roar of a train com
lag his way He had Just time to es I
cape the cars by Jumping on the south 1
bound track Hero again he was In the j
same dilemma Not twenty feet ahead
was a train dashing toward him
watson dropped on his face between
the tracks on which the train was
running The entire train passed over
him before It was atopped Tho en
gineer expected to find the man mu
tilated and the ticket chopper who
saw the accident gave a yell that
startled the few passengers it the sta
When the train stopped the guards
and passengers on the platform rushed
to the place where Watson had thrown
Mmself They didnt find what they
expected an unrecognizable body but
Watson uninjured suffering mentally
from the right lie soon revived when
whiskey was brought to him but he
iff used to take It saying I gue < Im
all right
Watson found that the only put of
him Injured was his backwlhlsl Li
pTiydlclan of the J Hood Wright Hos I
pital oid would be remedied by the
application of sticking plaster Wat
son went to his home without assist
once x
In view of the rafblM from Mvwpool
the cotton market hero oixcieJ cteadler
than cxpfotfd today due lARgely to
buying by one room broker who tobk a
lot of May and July on the call The
volume of Bellins pressure ws w great
however hot the market soon showed
tho effect
TUie disappointing cnlM from the
markct nt Uvcrpool wore explained by
more liberal sHllnisr of actual cotton by
the South
The opening prtow were March 728
to 730 April 730 bid May 7S3 to 784
July 741 to 742 August 741 to 745
Sdmcmtow 747 bid October 761 to 752
November 763 bid Decombor 763 bid
The Into prices were March 721
May J27 July 130 i Ootober 748
Tracing woe again dull In the wheat
market today due to poor telegraph
service The undertone was about
to idy and priwa practically un
Corn opened steady at tm advance
of half a rent
New yorUs opening prices were
WheatMay 116 July 10412 Sept
W18 CornMuy SI 1R
ChlcAxos opening prices were Wheat
Mny 11614 July 100 5S Sept
W 12 to V2 tS CornMay 45 68 to
45 31 July 46 14 to 41 1438
New Yorks closing prices were
WhcatMnj 110 bid i July 1CM12 bd
SeDtPinber 96 18 Corn May 61 18
naked July 5158
Chicagos closing prices were Wheat
Slay 11812 bid July 100 34 asked
September 258 to 9234 Corn Fcb
roars 43 May 41J8 to 4334 July
4038 bid May 41 84 naked
llUilenicnnnr tn Accept Rewards
from 1emonii 1rncnrlna Iionn
Speclil t > The Evonlnir World
ALBANY Feb 10A bill that will
hit bank officers In New York who
receive gratuities for favoring custom
ers of the bunk was Introduced tftdny
by Senator Stevens Chairman of the
Committee on Banks
Tim bill makes It ft misdemeanor for
a hank ofllcer to ask for or receive
commissions or rewards from persons
procuring loans from tho bank or male
log overdrafts their accounts
ease Hlrh Low CtOM chR
1100 AlMs Chers 16 18 16 + H
60600 AmaJ Cop WH 78 H 7iW +
100 Am A < Ch22H 22H Wt
TIM Am Oar Sr F J4H 113 W M + W
KIOOAni CF ptM 98V4 94 + V4
JOOAm Cot Oil 844 34 3 < W U
aXJAm C 0 pfW 95 95
100 Am Onus T lOtf 10W M W
100 Am H Sr L 10 10 10
COOAm HLpf 4 H 48 48H 4S14
o0 Amor loo 6U 6 6
MOO Am Ice pf i 40 39H 40 + W
100 Am IJnDf 40 40 40 + 8
1000Am Loco 3T 80H 37 +
200 Am Looo pf110 110 110
100 Am MBit 7tt 7 VA + H
MO Am Malt pt24 24 24 +
4800 Am Smelt 86H MV4 H4
1100 Am Smelt pflUH 118U 1W + H
200 Amer Snuff 180 180 180
1400 Am St FdyWi 15 16 + U
I 1100 Am St F pf62 61M 62 41H
2100 Am flujnul44H 143 H4M + M
000 AmTob pf 89 98 99
MO Am Wool 25 2n i 24Tt W
800 Am Wool pf 0914 99 MM H
JOOAnaconto 107H 106V4 1WU + 1
100 Ann Ajr1boi86 M M + 1
300 Ann Art pf 70 69 70 + 4
7600 A T Sr 8 F S8H 8j188 + H
1000AT flPfl > MMH 102 102H H
15400 Bait Sr OhtolO 106 106H + H
Bait Sr 0 pSS OS f 8
6100 Brook R T 627k 62V4 6m f1h
100 Brurwwk Co 1U4 ItW 11 ½ + H
700 B B P eta 5U 6H 5H H
3900 CM Pacinc13 133H 134 ½ + H
7200 Chs Sr Ohio 51 60 6H Ye
201 CM Sr Alton 42 43 42
200 ChIC ft NW240 240 240 + 14
13700 Chic O W 2114 2214 22
700 C GtW pfB J5H 35 35 H
WJSCi Mk Sr StP17 176 176 +
100CM SPpflS8 168 183 1
200 ChIc Term 17 ½ 17 1m + U
W Chic Team pf 30 SO i
on Chic Un Tr 12U 12H 12
100 C U Tr pt MM 5014 8014 + U
100 CCC A 6 L 84 DC it
21400 Col F Sr 149 47li 49 < i 41M
400 Col F LpfNU 95 95
70Col a C I 16 16 48 +
1400 Col South 28i 2556 26 14
300 Col So Sat pf 5414 64H frl ½ + U
2600 Col So 2d pf 38 37 J3 14
500 Cons Oa 210 208 20814 14
3500 Corn Prod 22 2114 2J
600 Corn Prod pf 7814 78 7614 + 14 I
29CO Del A HudI923 192 192 + 14
900 D A H G pt S8 88 88 U
200 Dot Un Ry78 TIt 78 + 14
1200 Det South 7 7 7 14
100 Del South pf 32Y 3214 321t 14
1300 Distillers S 3614 36 3114 + 14
100 D S S Sr A 15i 15 1514 + 14
300DSS Sr A pf 33 32M 33 + 1
15300 Erie 4374 43 437k + 14
3800 Erie 1st pf 80ft 80 SO
1200 Erie 2d pr 651 66 65
1000 Fed M S D014 8014 991 IItt
14100 F M Sr spt lOSt 83tf go + 214
500 mEloc Col87 186 187
300 Great Norpf272 265 27214 + 7
600 Hock Vnl 0214 M 829 + 114
800 Hock Vnl pt fl 9014 91K + 14
42M1II Cintral irs I II 158
200 Int Paper 21 j 21 111414
800 Int Paper pt 7714 77 7714 + 14
100 lot Power 141i WI 7414 + 14
200 lot Pump 38 38 38 U
300 Iowa Central 31 S0s 3014
1100 Kan City So 31 31 81 + u
16400 K C So pf68v4 66 68 J 14
500 K C Ft S pt X2s 824 82i
ICO Long Island 63 63 63 1
1600 Louis Sr NoahWH 187 1SIU + v
KJiO Manhattan 174 in 17414 + Ti
moo Met Et ny123 122N 12214 + 14
4100 Met Secu 832 S2i 83 fiVs 1
16 Mex Cent 22 22 22 + 14
200 M Sr St Lpr8s14 89 89 I + 14 I
S500iMStPSBM103 1001k 103 + 314 I
i 400M8tPS3Mp160 JM14 160 + 1 1
I 200 M K Sr T pf 66 8614 6514 14
I 2700 Mo Pacific 107 107 107 + 14
I 500 Nat Bis Co am 57 67 14
I eiOONnt Lead S2S 31 31 + 14
I 100 Nat Lead pf102 102 1 24 + 34
I 8000 Nat C A E 23 221 23 + 1
i 100NatRRM2 pf 23 23 23 + 14
I MOO NY Central 14714 147 14m 14 I
1CONYC 8tL 44i U1 441 + 34
I 200NYC StL2 70 76 76 1
6300 Nor 8 West 8334 8214 83 + 14
I 6OO North Am 103 103 104 14 + 114
I 9700 Onto Wesm 4834 48
i 300 PM Coast 9334 9511 86
100 Pac C 2d pf 95i 9534 9514 234
I 2500 Pac arall 4534 Hli 46 + 134
Dont Poison Baby
ORTY YEARS AGO almost crory mother thought her child must havo
I fORTY or laudanum to make it Bleep Theao drugs will produce
I Bleep and n FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the BLEEP 1
FROM WHICH THERE 18 NO WAKING Many arc tho children who
huvo been killed or whoso health haD been ruIned for lIfo by paregoric lauda I
num and morphine each of which la a narcotic product of opium Druggists
arc prohibited from Belling either of tho narcotics named to children at all or
to anybody without labelling them II poison The definition of narcotlo
is IIA mwMcftto which relieves pain and produces sleep but which in poison
out dores produces stupor coma convulsions and death The toate and
smell of medicines containing opium are disguised and sold under tho names
of Drops II Cordials Soothing Syrups eta You should not permit any
medicine to bo given to your children without you or your physician know
of what it la composed OASTOIUA DOES NOT
CONTAIN NARCOTICS If it boars tho signature
of OhM H Fletcher t
Genuine Castorla always bears tho signature of < 444a
a 1
Sales High Low Close chg
UOO Penn RU 140V4 W 14014 14
4SOOPeo Gas 109 10S 4 10834
MOPeo East 8234 3234 32
WOPCC Sr St L 82 8234 8234 + t
3800 Pressed S CS81 34 881 + 1
600 Press S C pt SOU W OOi + <
200 RR Secur M 05 90 + 4
1800 Ry st SPJT 2414 m it + ¼
100 Ry St Sp pt 9I4 9434 0414 + U
38200R4P Stood 1834 1CW 18W + 2
42SOORep Stpt 78 U 76 + 5
57000IKVidlng Wy4 04tt 05U
Reading 1 pf 93H 9314 9314 t 14
MOR uilng 3d pf W 4 W14 MfcHi
18600 Rock Island 31 34 3t 4
1000 Rock tel pt8m SOM 814 + Vi
1200 RUb Goods SSH 2U 25 + W
4DOOSIos3Slieft 66 4 65 CM + 2
1008tL SF2pf 73 73 73
700 St L S W 26 2614 2614 11
2300 St L S W pf6334 63 63h4
9iO0SouPacific67 COY 8614 + U
1000 South Pac pfHSA 118U llSti + 4
7SOOSOU Ry Co 35 3IV4 35 + U
100 Stan R T Ii Hi 114 I4
99JOOTenn C Sc 1 8m 76 81 d6
3100 Tex Land 42U 40tf 4514 + 114
6200 Tex Pacific 36i 86 36H
100 Third Ave R132 133132 1
looTol Rwys S 734 224 221414
looT St L Sr W m 3614 314
2300TStL Sr Wp 65U B4T4 B6 + H
100 Twin C R T106 100 108 f t4
60300 Union Pac 122i 1211 1221k + 14
IWUn Pac pt OIl 07 ½ P7 ½
lroo Un nylnv 3314 311i t1i
im Un Ry In pf 78 7534 78 H
2WO US 01 ripe < o4 to > T
1200 UBR Imp 90 SSVi W + 1
2700 U S Leather 14t 13 3374 4
6300 U S Lea pf105Vi lot l544
two H H Rubber 38H 0834 3V + 4
100 U 8 Rub pflOS 108 18 + 1
ISiMiOU d Iiteel81 8034 2114 + 114
63100 U 8 Steel pf 95 934 ro + 1
6000VaCar Ch 3734 36 3634 + 1
MOVaCar pf 10834 10814 108 +
700 Va JCOUI 42U 43 f 14
leA WabaRhittfi 2S 28 1121 4
Wabash of 4414 44A 4414 + 14
300 West Un T 93ft 91i 93
100 Who Central 2274 22104 25
TOOAVIs Cen of M 49 50 +
Worry Goes
To The Stomach
Tears Down the little Telegraph
Lines that Operate and Con
trol the Digestive Processes
How to Repair These Tele
graph Lines
I will gladly give any Stomach Sufferer
a Full Dollars Worth of my
Remedy Free to Try
I ask no detloltno reference no tcurlt >
There Is runulncto HiH nothlnp to pur
either now or later Any itomach euftw
who don not know my remedy may have A
till driir worth tree It hi merely write
and ask
1 willingly make this liberal otter becauii
Or 8hooii Ilutoratlvt not an ordinary
nomaoh reined It does not Indeed trout
the rtonuch llitf It goes beyond It tread
the nervsa that control and sperMs tho
stomach The nerves that wear oat and
break down and OAUSU itomach trouble
For st mach trouble li really only a ainvptom
tint there U serIous nerve trouble Inilde
FOam ll wilt ordinary remedlei fall That U
Why ray remedy au cede errhal li why I
can all to male this oWtr
Yet do not mliunderBtMd me nerl ny
nerves 1 do not mean the nerves you
ordinarily think about I mean the auto
mule itomaoh nentt over which your
mind baa no neri have not the space
here to nplaln to you how the nerves con
trol the stomach or how they may be vital
lied and restored When you writs I will
lend you a book which will make their
uolnti clear But this much li certain all
mints > ei ctiu all formi of itomach troy
ble j dlfnKon belehlnic heartburn In
lomnla lyrvouineii drippil No ttomach
medicine will pure teee ailment Onl >
nrne treatment sCil do that No other
u iiicly insn Dr bhoop Itettorathe area
ililmi to reach the nerves
Whit li the itomnch MMN1 Worn
probably Mental anrul1 destroys their tiny
lihani And teeny down the telerraol iln
without which the stomach has no mere self
control then P > Ore htrork will Jn It
Irregular habits will do It Ofereatng will
do It UlulDAtlon nil do It Out the effect
li the tune stomach failure
No mattes how these nerve becama 1m
oalredI know a way to rebuild their
ilrenyth to ritorre their visor It li i
rmedv which took thirty yean of my life
to perfecta remedy which li now known
In nftrr than f4fty thousand communltlei
mar thin a million homllu Dr Shoop
If you liiv stomach trouble and hut
never tried my remedy menly writ soul
nk 1 will lend jou an order on > our drug
111 which ho wll accept ai idlv ji h
would anrol a dollar tie will hand you
from hli ohei a iwndird lieJ bottle o I
my preicrlptlon and he will send the bill
to me Thfi offer li made only to atranreri
to my remedy Tho e who ht once ullfd
the restoratIve do not need lid evidence
There are no condition no requirement
It li open and frank and fair It li the
supreme lilt of my limitless belief All
tnit I ask uu to do li to write write to
11111 f
For a tree order Hook I on Dytpepila
Ilor a full dollarbottle flock 2 on the Heart
you molt address Dr Hook 8 nn tle Kidneys
Hhitp E L 811 Book 4 for Wonton
Riclne WI Stat nook 3 for Men
which took you wuit Dx > k flon IUi umatIim
Mild cam are often cured by a Untie
bottle For ill at rorty thousand drug
Dr ethel Shoops
< <
Iluffnln DcUotlte In Ilnntnti with
1tnU > Dtipim inr Inillulril
BOSTON Feb 10bfltcctlvoSergeant
Holmes of Buffalo culled at Police
Headquirlers today with extradition
papers for tho removal to Now York
State of Arthur E Appleyard of this
city who has been Indicted In con
nection with the failure of the German
Bank of Buffalo
A conference wns hold between Chief
Inspector Watts Detective Holmes and
Lawyer Fred Williams representing Mr
At its conclusion It was nnnounced
that Chief Watt and Detective Holmes
would nsk the Municipal C uto1rant
a rtmm t < rth arrest of Mr Apple
yard on the ground that h < < lsl1 fugi
tive from Justice from the State ot
New York
Mr Apnleyord today made the fol
lowing iMiiemrnt
I thou Insist strongly upon my
rights and shall oppose the request
of New York to my extradition to Buf
falo MY attorney will nght the case
before low Douglas i
Judge Foraalth of the Municipal Court
IssuerS a warrant shortly after noon
for the arrest of Applpvtird on the
ground that ho Is a fugitive from jut
tire TIle warrant was Iwied at the
request of lei cllv Hilme
Many such moments an nit readers of
Tho Return Sherlock HoImesTho
first story of the series will appear In
The Evening World tomorrow Feb 11
A new Sherlock Holmea tory weeWy
for three months
oJk 11m
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a large number of Upright Pianos which came to us in
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The Return of Sherlock Holmes f
First Publication In a Newspaper of this Great New Scrlciol
V Sherlock Holnus Stories By Conan Doyle v
A Complete Story In The Evening World livery Saturday
First Story
The Mystery of THE t I
In The Evening World Saturday Feb 1 I
C i 1 fI 1 4 t III MtI W IItni >
u u S I i I
t I t I t I r i
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C r 4 5 8 A 1 C 1 t t 1 j itf F + f 1 f Wi i
n 0 N e iJl 1 Oi tI I Wl i l rJ t f r
Extraordinary Special Values 1 It
Tor Friday and Saturday i 1J
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p J I
Womens Medium Length Coats i
Made ol line Kcicys and Cheviots all lined wiih 1I1f
lolt iitlmlriday and Saturday i s > 500 I
Value 1UO I f
Womens New Mfedlum Weight Suits 1 t
Sprint models medium length colliileu Jackets j 7f1il
new box plaited ikirtt hah lomelY trimmed I 12 flft ii
Special rildi yand Saturday i f V VU tJ
I Value177Jo I iOr
Third Floor
a xlt
Misses Junior Suits at6Sp i
Formerly f 1500 and 1700 each
Several niodtl aim 12 H and 15 yean
Girls 600 and 700 Coats at 350
Full length coat made of fine allwool tnisturei M en
ormerlY60Ud100iti IpJu ns y
MISStS1 JACKLTS of fine cheyoti and kerseys fftlel or loose
models lined with Mlln formerly
o v nr jftinnn
priced at 1200 to 1800 tyUU and tylUUU 1
Third Floor
s200aIJd 4 Trousers
150 each
Cholc ol1000 piln strflnsly nude of new malei I
rials correct Inshape and slyler lithl dark and I oi n
medium shade every lie in the lot up to 4Kinch I H 150 1
valst price for two day u J
Boys 400 Suits or Overcoats 295
At this price only one or two of a kind The Over
ceils are made of Meltons and Friezes tie lulls of
Serf In Rusilan and Lion styles Casslmeres a id 2S
Tweed in different ilyles Norfolk and double
breasted sires 3 to 16 yearsgood value for 400 at J 1
Boys 600 Suits or Overcoats 395 i
Russian styles for the small boy single breasted fly I t
front velvet collar for larger boys Russian suits I 1
prettily trimmed double breasted and Norfolk suit 75
for larger boys sres3 to It yean Value 400 J
Boys 50c Trousers 39c
Boys Regular JOr Trousers in plain blue drab cordu1
roy and n mixtures taped teams and made with pat 39c Ib d
cot elastic waistband sizei J to 14 yctrs ih j I
Third floor j
I I ri
Womens 60c Storm Rubbers j c1
Another lot or Women Storm Rubbers in iltizet t i i
from 234 to 7regu r dOc gridei ipecl l per pair dj9c °
Sale of WomenVI A SHQLS at 165
We offer < rejulifTjJjSnoc or Women tt ICU IW q
per pair They are msde of vici Md with tips oil I 1
patent leather medium weight soles button and 1 61 t
lace in C D and L widlhitpecUl price Triday p Wind
and Saturday k er a
Second floor
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30c and 40c Made Veils 18c
Special Table lint floor
100 doien fade Veil l4 yardi long with Cbenllle
dots and borders on Briwwi Hairline end Tuxedo I
mca er pa black white brown litvy royal Use grcM 18c
cardinal purple and violet reiular price J0c > to 40c 10 °
each I Friday and Satmr day r
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Mens Handkerchiefs 1 si
lOc each 55c per dozen i 5
Imported Lnglish Printed and Striped hemstitched Handker I r
chief also Lnfllsh Printed and hemstitched Handkerchiefs I i
value 2Jc at1OC each 55c per 5 f dozen
Womens Knit Underwear t
Womens Slack Cashmere Tight anMc and kneel no
length open and closed Value J125 to L30at J VoC
Womens Cream Pure Silk Vests high neckand long at n
sleeves Made to e1htOOaQdU2J each at I 148
Womeni fleeceLined Vests and Pants Made tel n
sell at 29c to JJc each at If 3 19C i I
Mens Furnishings 1 i
Lndlih Squares and French Fonrinhindi in a large K 45c 1
variety of pstterns 100 grade at jl lL
MLNS HALF HOSLMens fast blick Cotton and 1 4
Merino Half Hose made to tell at He nd2JclSc Lu
p airat < i tx
MLNS SHIRTS Fine Fancy Shirt in a Urge variety 1 a t
of neat patterns cuffs attached or detached negligee or I en d 1
stilf bosom phln or pleated Special for Friday and I JOC i t
Saturday i pi J r i
Value 100 and 125
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Friday and Saturday February 10 and 1L r
Fine Groceries Special Prices tt
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Armours Sleet Helmet brand Sugar Cured Ham and nl I
Bacon Haras avenge 10 to 12 Ibt Bacon 4 iSpcial 1U2C e I MI
per pound I I s i 1 P 7 tt l
Thete Ham are not the kind advertised elsewhere they are Armour I t
belt lUlU cured Ham from young corn fed pigs I fJl
Lard Coffee Pickles i f tf
Fir Leaf Lard 3lb cans > Luncheon Coffee fresh Mhea or Chow Chow 11
37c 5lb cann We > failed graaulatcil or pul fut up with the belt 1
I JOcl 10lb cans vcriei 5 lbs for IOC Eniih rallIlrd alcNe I i1
5cj per lb Jan BluM gcrtw rov
This li Amour White er full pint a o Im
I Label pure Leaf Lard Sold eliewhere at 25c Ib Jaw a lOc Ii
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