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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNINGr, DECEMBER l 1 1 S!)6.
UNTIL. CHRI81 LOOK FOR THE Red Sign I if i ik m t FCR THE USEFUL AT wm EVE I1B MS. HOLIDAY PRESENTS QUICIC SELLllO PRICES. " . Urn mg Main Floor Just received, about 5,000 boxes of Buttermilk Soap, 3 cakss in a box, always was 10c. a box, Monday 4c box. 3 cakes Red Stained Tumblers, with en graved flowers, were 15c. Monday 10c Berry Sets, 6 sauce dishes, one berry dish, worth 40c. Monday 29c Set Child's Tea Sets, decorated, large enough to use 24 pieces in set, 6 plates, 6 cups and saucers, tea pot, sugar bowl cream jus and bowl, was fun. 3Ionday 90c set Skate sale of last Monday continued Silvered and white metal pincush ions, in turtles, slippers, chairs, cats, etc., large 25c. sizes. Monday IOC Xmas Jewelry Many bargains in this department. Purses and Pocket Books. Xmas and New Year Cards, lc 1 Xmas Tree Ornaments, 2 for 4c Xmas Tree Candles. THE 1! JOHN H. LADWIG, Proprietor. ATTRACTIONS OF LAKE SUPERIOR Delights of a Tour Along the Shore of the Uosalted Sea. VERITABLE PARA0ISE OF SPORTSMEN The Old Fort I'ncd by Hudson Bny Fur Traders Glimpse at a Lo cality That i Noted for Trout That Weigh Eight PoundsA Dcocrip tioa ot the Kegions of Planked White Flih and Ancient Copper Minei. Bpecial Correspondence of The Tribune. North Bay, Ontario? 8ept. 26. Every tourist should stop over at least a day at the "twin cities" at the head ot Lake Superior. Fort William and Port Arthur. They are the westeraJermlnus of the "Eastern Division" of this great National . highway, and of its luke steamship line, and that nntural wat er outlet for the Immense quantities of grain sent eastward from Manitoba for the lake ports and Europe. Distance from Montreal either by rail or over the (treat lakes Is one thousand miles. As between Port Arthur and Fort Wil liam the Canadian Pacific railway seems to discriminate In favor of the latter port maklnir it the chief dis tributing point In connecting with its lake traffle, although the harbor facil ities are decidedly in favor of the former port. Fort William Is pleasantly situated on the banks of the deep, and brid . Kammistitiula river which ws into Thunder Bay about two miles from ' its mouth on Lake Superior. It was formerly an old Hudson's Buy Com pany's post and at present with Its 8.000 population, only the mere be ginning of what Is destined to be a great citv. This settlement dates back to the last centurv. when it was the headquarters of the fur companies and the eneat rendezvous of the hun ter voyogeurs. and chief factors of early times. The fur-house of the old fort Is now used as an engine house for the coal docks. Here on every side are evidences of prosperity. Here are railway work shops and the buildings and sidings ( Incident to a divisional point, also long piers and wharfs crowded with chipping; great plies of lumber, coal, and merchandise and looming above all, are among the largest grain ele vators In the world. We are told three of these monsters have a combined ca 'f;Jelty of nearly 3,750,000 bushels. " ''?. THE SLEEPING GIANT.. It Is ft Vprv tiloaannt t ......! n i 1 -- - niuJUIK IJlUUe for the traveller, as the scenery around - In picturesque. Opposite Is Thunder Cape, a lone promentory of basaltic Mf.k knnn.n , - I m ... ... .. ao oircpuiK uiani." which ' rise grandly Into a hieh bold Wall of ; Quart J.600 feet above the lake. Just ToY, 77 :.ape ,les ,he renowned 'Silver Islet", a little InslgniHcant speck upon the surface of the lake . which some years ago, within a cir cumscribed space of eighty square feet, yielded almost fabulous wealth of this precious metal. Pie Island Is another . - mountain of basaltic rock which di , Vldes the entrance to the bay, and be- -. " , " " """uer uape, may ne j 7.. in distance, isle Koyal, while VZ . "rriooKing tne town Is the abrupt and picturesque elevation McKay's mountain. East bound nBer i ron William drop the fn-.uur nour time system, I. e. ting continuously from midnight Idnlght, or from one to twenty o'clock, and set their watches J an hour to conform with "East Bargains. These arc some of the attractive values we offer you in Christmas Handkerchiefs: Ladies' White Lace, worth 10c. Monday 4c Ladies Swiss, fancy edge, worth 15c and 25c Monday 10c Ladies' Japanese Silk, fancy col ored flowers in corner, worth 15c and 25c Monday 10c dents' Handkerchiefs, Japanette, initial any letter you want, worth 25c. Monday 14c Gents' Japanese Silk, initial, wide hem, full size, worth 35c and 50c Monday 21c ' Stamped Linens, all kinds, better and larger than before at same prices. From 4c up to lUc Perfumes A very large variety of odors in plain bottles with screw, stoppers, regular 25:. a bottle. Monday 10c a Bottle What to Buy ern time," while the west bound pas sengers date them back one hour to conform to Western and 1'neillc di visions. As we travel eastward, over taking and coining in contact with the numerous long trainn, laden with grain. Hour, cattle, horses, and other freight, we realize more and more the magnitude of the truffle of the Cuna dlun Northwest, through which we have Just passed. Only five miles eastward Is the slater town, Port Arthur, another modern town nt the West Shore ot Thunder Buy, at the hend of Lake Superior. With a population of S.KOO it Is the lar gest place between Winnipeg and Ottawa. It is pleasantly loeuted on sloping shores with an outlook upon the dark tlilts of the bay and Islands therein. Here are fine public build ings, residences, and hotels. Here too are extensive docks, wharves, eleva tors, ware houses und stations, belong ing to both the Canadian Pacific rail way and irlvate parties. This town was the creation of the Canudian Pacific enterprise and has all the out fit of a great railway and shipping port and its situation in the heart of an incredibly rich mineral region gives It Increasing importance. The Port Ar thur, Duluth, and Western railway brunches off from here to the Iron range In Minnesota. A large number of steamers and other lake craft arrive and depart from here daily, the black smoke is seen ns far ns the eye can reach. At Port Arthur also passen gers have the choice of routes to Mon treal. Bv the line steel and commo dious luke steamers via Lake Superior and the Ste Murle river and Canal and Lakes Huron, Owen, Erie,. Ontario, or continuing on by this wonderful nnd beuutiful railway route north of Lake Superior and the other great lakes. While the luke route In Ihinmore, for obvious reasons, Is preferred by many tourists we chose the all-ru.il, for its indescribably bold scenery. A great stride In the direction of Improved deep waterways to the Atlantic Ocean has been made In the completion of the "Canadian Sault 800 Canal." The Dominion is no longer at the mercy of her American neighbor for they have their own waterway from Lake Suerior to the sea: and when the work ot deepening the Wellnml and St. Law rence canali, now under discussion H completed Montreal and not New York will be the Ocean port of the Domin ion. Few people realize the Immensity of this great inlund ocean of fresh water. The word lake seems inadequate when compared with Its vastness. The "un snlted sea" well deserves the title of "Brother of the Sea." It is also called "Nature's Sanitarium," for along its lugged shores are many "beauty spots which serve a double purpose to human kind in that they afford most delightful retreats for the sportsman, the tourist and the one who geeks the wilderness to recuperate a tired and work-worn body and exhausted brain. It Is the largest fresh body of water on the con tinent, If not In the world. 380 miles long. lr,0 miles at Its widest plnce. aver aging fifty miles In width and covering an area of 28,600 square miles. Its mean depth is about 000 feet, and Its surface stands about 640 f?et above the level of the Atlantic. The north shore Is almost uninterruptedly rock bound, the cliffs varying from 200 feet to 150 feet In heelght. It discharges its sur plus waters by the St. Mary's river into Lukes Michigan and Huron. . Its coasts are bold and rocky, and exceptionally rich in various minerals, mainly copper, lead and Iron. Owing to its great depth it takes more than a slight squall ot wind to create, a sea. It is delightful In a calm, but awful grand in a storm. Its waters are' always clear blue, or green, and never muddy or discolored, So pure and cold, it Is used for drink ing purposes, and almost universally without Ice. It is fed by mountain streams, and the bottom of the lake Is said to contain numberless cold springs, which keep the temperature of the water very low the year around. S9w !UA K&SSSSR A Doll Bargain Kid liody. with lilsque head, 1 inches lung; worth -lo. Monday, IOc Doll Beds. 20 inches lontr, 12 Inches wide, antique oak: were 21e. Monday, 19: Doll Trunks, . with Inside trays and lock and key. From 24c up Black Boards, on easel stand, 24 inches hlgh.llx 14 board to write on. Monday, 24c All kinds of Toys, not enough room to tell vou of half of them; come and see them and compare prices. Steel Carls, 2 wheels, very strong Only 24c Iron Mechanical Banks 12 different kinds. Choice 98c Guns from 4c up. Magic Lanterns. This Is a very amusing toy; our values good. 24c up and Where to Bny never rising over thirty-eight degrees In the summer, hence the sport of hunt ing In the lake Is out of the luesiion. The superiority of Luke Superior white fish over those of any other luke Is accounted lor bv the low tei p-iature of the water which- Is conducive to growing fine, firm delicate l'sh. The celebrated "Planked White Fish" come from tills luke. The hotels of the Do minion are justly noted for their ser vice of this epicurean gem. The re frigerator under our dining cur. "Ton quin. ' opening from the side, was packed with big sp -l;led trout and white fi.u'i taken from the water only a few lnoncnts before. Thev nre not usually caught with the rods, but net ted or s.'ined Jiy li.-;hei men, who make this business a prolession. They til-" Hi plentiful nnd low in price tlr.it enough for a family tt a dozen are sold for u dime. Kesuming our so.iouin from Port Arthur. v,e have u charming ride along the shores of Lake Superior for over two hundred tnilc.4, around bays.under cliffs, throutrh tunnels, over embank ments, bridges, viaducts, etc. At times we are back from tin; lake a mile or more and high above if, then aguin we tire running nlong the red rock cliffs on the shore as low d iwn nnd near to It as the engineers dare ven ture to lay the trucks. Hour after hour e look iinoii it. smooth face, dotted here and th"re wltlt satis, or streaked with the black smoke of a Meann r. As we wind nlong our crooked path way, eight stations Intervene when we reach Nepiyon bay and cross Nephron river on a line iron bridge S00 feet long. RO feet high, over a strong current with many rapids llowlng from Neplgon lake southward Into Lake Suoerior. A chain of Island? separate Nepigon hrjy and Superior. The region nbont here (Nepigon Kay) Is perlmns the wildest und most picture'-.inio portion on the lake shore. "A region where fire, earth quakes nnd v di-anop have rer.t and melted anil hurled about the strata near the surface of the earth in the most grimly and playful of moods." Lake Nepigon to the north of (he rail way Is fully forty to fifty miles across nnd a noted fishing nnd trunping re gion. The lake with Us coves and bny measures over ."00 miles, nnd Is studded with Islands great nnd small to the number of rne thousand Here the pictorial enthusiast Is gratified with catching veritable iriants in the way of genuine brook trout, weighing ail the way from three to eight pounds. The Nepigon river Is thirty-one miles long and full of trout; In fact, all th--stream" emptying Into Lnk Superior contain spectncled trout in plenty, and of large size. These Icvlthnns we seernught from the rocks along thelnke shore nt various points, between Mink Harbor and Port Coldwell Station. The importnnt slntlnns on the lake enst of Port Arthur are Schrel'M-r. the rail way headquarters, nnd Jaekfish,' on a j liny of the same nam" nnd a fp.nioiiM fishing point. The Indians nnd resi dents on JacWlsh bay take all the trout they wnnt bv merely casting from the shore rocks with the rudest description of tackle. Believe me, there Is sport In hooking nnd landing a five, six or 6evn pounder from "ice cold Superior." Fh-.hermen's boats were numerous alontf the shore. Some of the craft were engaged In stretching nets hun dreds of feet long to dry. others making or repnlring. others In discharging car goes. An interesting sisht Is to wit ness the professional angler roughly dresser, the nmateur In fancy tourist costume, the Kngllshninn, Frenchman, Scotchman and t'e American making a tour among these streams, lakes, and bays. ROUTE TO HEItO NBAV. For the nextTi miles to Heron Bay the road Is carried through and around bold romontorles In full view of the lake. Abrupt headlands project Into the lake, requiring tunnelllnr, while high bridges stretch across livtt. evening ra vines. Some of the heaviest masonry on the entire railway Is found between Rosejjnrt and Oravel river. th via Second FloorToys, Dolls, Etc. FMEtlMOrVlE:rSJAL. REDUCTIONS THIS WEEK. The quantities are small on some of these, so you will have to act quickly. Doll Carriages 50 only. Fanry willow body, upholstered hack anil seat, with parasol, Un bound wheels. 12 inches, body Inches long; were $1.0. ) " . Monday, 79s Mistress Mary Games 72 only. To operate you shoot the balls at target anil if hit light a young girl jumps up behind the fence. A new game, was 25c. Monday, 19c Rockaway Stables, made to fold up. two horses, groom anil fancy -cart, stalls and everything to make a first class stable; were 2te. Monday, ISc Railroad Trains 35 only. Oxydized engine, tvnder and two cars, measures inches long; were 9Sc. Monday, 49c Toy Ranges 20 only. Oxydizeil with stone furniture; were $1.00. Monday, 49c Toy Carpet tiweepers 40 only. With handles; were 50c. Monday, 34c It Bight, Open Evenings. ducts and tunnels following In quick succession and in places the road Is cut out of the face of the cliffs. Heron Bay Is a coaling station sit uated on the northeast angle of Lake Superior, sun miles from Montreal. Here we bid adieu to Lake Superior and the jrrumi lake scenery. I ntll we reach North Buy, 4jS miles eastward on our journey. This whole region on the north shore of the luke is rich In minerals. Success ful experiments have been made In developing new copper mines i'.nd re-digging of ancient Indian pits; far beneath the sin face mining tools, cook ing utensils, ui row hcmiii .and pretty worked ninsses of ore have been found. Over some ui there Jills) the coll is thick enough to sustain trees, which have been (Trowing for hundreds of years. Proceding on our j.mrnev It would seem that the rock cuttings of the mad were more numerous and le avy and the Inland scenery more pictures que. The settlements though are small. Near Missanabl, where log Lake ia crossed, u short portage connects the witters flowing southward Into Luke Superior with those Mowing northward by the MooSe Uiver lntu lludsons Bay. Oold mines have recently been discov ered near this point. Befnre the advent of the railroad it was the rendezvous of the voyag'-rs who brought their furs from far north for shipment. Near the above lake are iron mines. At Chaldean on Lake Klnoivaina is another divisional point. The waters of this lake flow northwanl into St. .'iur.ies Buy. lis yet, an uninh.ililted country. We pass lake af'.-r lk.- to CavMer, still another livi:;ional point, a for mer Iradimc post of Hi- Hudson Kay company. The scenery hero and on Luke Diseotasing is especially line, nlnn on the Termillion river and Like. At Onaping are the Terntil'ion Falls. 1Yi feet high plainly seen from the Irani. Near Sudbury are copper and nickel deporits, the most extensive in til" world, reached by two branches of raihvny. i pp.onucTS of tiik mines. At Sudbury we see the long' line of cats lieaned vi:h the products . f r'e mines. TIksc deposit? iiKgreg.'.te siiii lioiis of tons, and all- aiiy l. ; luen tltles of throe two are i.cin.'T I n here- nnd a number of n.elU'.:g fur naces erected near the town to i-edue? trie ores on the spot. The columns oC smoke rising over the tree-tent irui cate the extent to which they are worked. Nickel Is a peculiar metal In itself, nnd Ir. often found blended with other el 'Tii'iils, such ns cobalt, arsi nlc, nnd occasionally 1 ron anil copper. Prof. Ditiuar, the chemist, calls it a "trick ore," promising; copper and not yield ing It. Sudbury Is a divlslonnl nolnt with a population of 1.700. A' branch line runs from here over a romantic route along the shore of Lake Huron. 1711 miles, to the Sault St? .Marie river nt the nut'et uf Lake Superior, where an immense Iron bridge, n mile long, affords connec tion with two American i-ailay lin-:;. one extends to Duluth and the other to St. Paul nnd thence on through Min nesota and Dakota to Moose Jaw. on the main line, bringing the traps-continental passengers In rummer who take the "Boo" train from Montreal for steamer to Fort W'illiain. From Sud bury we proceed eastward to North Bay. 79 miles cn tin up tirade, and or a ridge of land for many mlb s that divides the water-shed of Lnke Super ior from that of Hudson's Bay. This is comparatively a wild region, whore forests, mondows. lakes and rocky ridges altrrnnte. There are nt inter vals good agricultural lands, but lum ber Is the principal industry. Tlies lands belong to the Province of Ontario and are open to settler In lots t,f 80 actns, without money nnd without price. The larg. clear rock-hound lakes on either side of the train are numerous, nnothpr paradise for hunt er. Bear, moose and deer abound all through this region. Twenty miles tHn 'Ijimk over our line of toy? at -h. each. You will fi'.ul lots worth and We. elsewhere. Child's Toy Wringers, new and nobby. Only 24c Fur Animal.-, 10e. uu. Story Hooks, 4c. up. A. li. C. Honks. 4c. up. l.lnen Books, lUc. up. Hobby Horses, A big assortment, special $1.00 sizo. Monday, 74c Toy Chair 1 painted red, stands 21 Inches high. lOVi inches, seat1 with Mowers oil back; worth 50c. Monday, 24c Iron Surrey, Inches long, 5 Inches high, painted red and black, were 24c. Monday, IOc Tames of all kinds, 4c. up. Kit-email's Sets. Harmonicas, A choice lot of samples of harps, worth lo, 2." and 50c. Yours Monday for IOc Steel Grocery Wagons, 24 inches long, 12 Inches wide and 10 inches high, worth $1.00. Monday, 64c is Answered Hero in a VH T side of .North Bay the road crosses SUtriteon river on a high bridge direct ly over the falls of the river. It Is the principal source of rupply for Lake Xii'iMsing, whose outlet is down into Senr.cjlan Bay and Lake Huron. We follow the north shore of Niplsslng for fourteen miles to North Lay. passing a reservation of Nipissing Indians ul Me.ulvlHe. North Bay is another railway divis ional point, a bright new town of J,."n0 population, situated on the above Like. L'.'S miles dir. ctly north of Toronto, where a brunch line extends. . L;:' e Xlpissiug is a hands'iine body of wr'ter nfty miles long, thirty miles v.' ill'' iu;d contains 4u0 sqi.are miles. ! .I'luliiig wit, i l'li and the f nerts arovnd it with noble game. . it Is navi gated w ith small ste. i mors. si lidded with ish-mls a lid quite remindful of Lake WiniilpiL'iAigee at Weirs. X. H. J. I:.'. KU-lmiJT.d. Tours to California. California has been nw-t fittingly termed the "Italv uf Amerle.i." All the delici.li:.-! balm, the eou,lle-s s'.iy. anil the rich ve"dure of the treat Ko ropean peninsula are duplicated in ti'ls sunny land of the Paciilc. li -re na ture basks" In the sunshine of her mm beauty; und hero she has established her own s uiitaiii.'m. v. here c'.eiMal spriiv-T Inspires everlasting youth. W'itn til... saow-ni.ir,' b d peaks of the Sieiia-i up'n the one hand, the cali.i Re-trie with Us soft breezes upon tile other ami a veriiabl' paradise of il'Weis, fruit!, and plants bet v. cn, man can fin.l and nee.is no lovelier land. To visit such a country i-. a privilege, u bb sFinpr. Tie- IVnnsylvanii Kailread e i.ipiny, ret o rpiy.ir.g the m-ed of a more com fort;' 1'le and pi 'asant way of croc, ini; the conMni'iit lias imiuntrafi-d a s"ies of niinu.nl tours to C.-nif.-i r.la, running a tiiiopgh tiain uf I'tnim-in pabio" cars from X"V York to f hi; ' Ro Hie coa:--t. and s'eipT'ing at the pi ioei,-d points of. interest cn root -. The popularity of tho toim; demonstrate.! til" wisdom of tin movement. F(ir the searie; of I'ifiT irii'e- tours have jinn arranged to ave ; Yuri;. J'hihi''. .IpVii.i and 'Ht slung. January 'St. Fcl rcaiy and March "". Tito lirM tour will run direct 1" Sr-n Die--', i via .'-t. Lt.tii:' mil the Sarta Ko route, anil n tai n from Sen Frnn ;sco via H ilt Ln'ie City, Benvcr cnd'l'hl- ica'-'o. allowing live w o s hi I :i i! evn'a. Tile second tour will run via t.v ?I'"tmrioth C-.vo and New Ore -an to San l'iego. stopping nt the "Crev.int City" luring the Murdi !ra i'iv:.iv,"l. This t':ur will r t -a in vin Salt Like City. llenvF!-. (hrahu. and Ciie;g ). al lowing foer w""!'s la Califeni:.-'. The third tour will run via Chl'Vgn. lu-nvi".-. and Salt Lake City, ull-.ving ynsFemr-TS to return bv r g'lier trains via different routes within time months. All cf these tours, "i'h",- p-.iji' t or ret'jrnlr.f. will pass tbroph the fa mous Cob-rado r-gion. i llenv.-oo 1 Spring's. Loudville. and the (lard, n of the Cods. Kptis frnrn all polnt-i nn th Fenn sylvnnla railroad tyst-ni enU "f Pitts burg: First tour. fc'!i; se-ond tour. S""irt; third tour, $JIU round trin, an i $1".') one way. For d tailed ittnernrlep and other In formation, apply rt ticket a-renoies. special boohing oftics, or mid:-. iV-i. Yv ISoyd, Assistant "5ener.il Paisoi grr Ag nt. Broad Street Station, Phila delphia. If tho Hnby Is Cutting Ycrth. Tfb. "Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been vfpH for over fifty years by mil Don"' of mother for their children wlilie teething, with perfect succors Tt soothes the child, softens the gums, ftllavH nil pain, cures -whirl colic and is the ' Lest remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by druggists In every part of the world, lie '"re nnd call for "Mrs. Winslmv'a Soothing Syrup." and take no other l-ind. Twenty-five rents a battle. Down Sial rs DspartmentCh i na. If you ate i;i search of fine Lump, China I'i'ii.er Sets, Toilet cls, das. 1'erry cts, Class Wine ?ets, Glass Water Sets. Real China Dinner Sets, us pieces, closing out prices. e oiler on Monday our entire line of China, Mow blue or any ot our line TotCelaiu Sets, some worth $15 to $20, Cn Xondny 823.9$ 'Set Berry Sets, imitation cut class patterns, u sauce dishes, 1 large, berry dish, worth 50c set, Monday 33c Set Glass U'itie Sct-, large decanter, wine sublets, i tray, glass or em bossed tin, worth ;e. Monday 49c Set Dinner Sets, 100 pieces, decorated, worth jJS.oo, Monday S5.!S Toilet Sels, decorated 6-piece sets, worth $3.00, Monday $US Few ilEiiiSiOUl i 1 I 310 Lackawanna Avenue. MT. PLEASANT . COAL AT RETAIL.. Cctil nf thi best quality for domestic ns end of nil sizes, Including iliickv-hcat nnd Hirilsej j. ilvllvered in uuy part ot tho city nt the lowust price. Orders received at tho Offl"e. first fioo.". Comnionvenltii balMIng, room No. i; telnpboni) No. 21?4 or Bt tho mln?. to',, phono No. 252. will be promptly attenilcl lo.Lr.a!.T3 supplied ut the mine. .T. SMITH. t rlT r.HSTOilES VITALITY :'y T i5thy.) of TVle. TKZ GPtAT r.nth- P:r. , r .-it ; li-- '!'. v .1. lu i'.-.iyr; 1; .1 ; ..w. 1 li-'l:.- i'".R- ( :: v. 1 ul oi t;-t ' V-:ri 1 ?t ' -: -w 'r. ' ' -1 1 at".l '' lit v-ii! r, i:i ': 1: 1 viL. :' '''' U: r.;:"r .). t 1 :... : -v. v, ; n . .'. ! . , 1 ; ! N; -r. .. 1:-. - ;;-. u'i'I' I .. . '; - vr r ::ir-; '. Jf ; if !!., i. I v.c -I i'i rf . r. 1) 1 i-r ".rt ,:t r '.. :V:::'-' fi.. ; '' 'v : !;. j:: ' '; .:: '. I've i-'. v" :''. i . ' . . - n ;; '',)? : ul 1 cn ! "' : :i. i' . ' 'n 1 .-v;ii ; i;-; V: " :. , V! Aj l:J.L; ,: lit(iu;i!j . V " . vX . Hi : 3 .'V r. V. II - .: ; , i ' x. rr.L Cs.3 4C9 Soruce Street. m ii Fie LADIES, yon can have a beautiful chain made out of your own liair at 2 'j .'"Remember, wo are tlie only oium here vlio m.itiufacture cbaia from your own tiair. l eave orders as early as possible. China Shaving Mit'js, a very large assortment !',' 'i s:i!e Monday, some worth Joe to all decorated and embossed in rich gold, .Monday. 10c - IE China Cups and Saucers, the largest variety we ever had, many special bargains for Monday 10c Silver-plated Child's Sets, knife, fork and spoon, in fine lined box, worth 50c, Monday 21c Set China Tete Sets, china tray 3 cups and saucers, tea pot, cream jits, a nic-i present, was uSc, Monday 7Jc Set China Oat Meal Sets, ju;. bowl and plates, deorated in rich gold, were cheap at 50c. e have more than we want, so down tliey co, Monday 24c I IE - $ Glass Water Sets, imported rich sold, decorated and flowers, worth 3.oo set, Monday $1.49 Set Fancy China Cloths, (juarantccd to keep time correctly, were $2.50, Monday 1.00 f'''Vrmr -eV"7 ' '.'.TTT7S if Ges and Electric Rxlaras, The ielslasi 0t Al Rcilnccil Trices. 434 Lackawanna "vc. . WILLIAM S. fi!LLAR, <ean 8a Ward, Scrastoa ROOMS 4 AND 5 oas akd '.vati;;j co. eu!Ld;::o, WYCiHUC AVE. O GES1ER ST. cprrrr; tiott.3 from ".ro a. m. to 9 p. n. 0 hour Intp.-mlsaion tr iltnnor and r.--t!ctil-.r Aff-n'isn (livfl in Cnil.'ctiori.-w froT.et ;-o:?le"--:ii (lusrantefd. Voiir lliu!. I (12..4 i.i i'i-??-.-c,..L:Il.v S'.iic.cil. 'lelrphone t34 Ijul - J l-.ij.ii lo i'.Lj t-.li.'.fct'jiliiiJJl Vl ! I:,'1 7flfKHU.V V ; "..ii i ii if id v id ', .' - i'i ! ; FoRi'v'JiiG FASSIDr;: mm mm. the: HUNT i CBSflELl IL ' SA .. V Til's C5T i,U . :SXW!SATJO.S jJ Hit