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JUeroittoia d AT _EXANDRIA, VA., MONDAY EVEOTKG, DECEMBER 12, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUME ( XI.--NO. 294 Wc are now showing our complete line of Christmas Goods, which embracc gift:- which will be appreciate*"- Books, Cards, Calendar-*. Fancy Box Paper, Biblt ? oks, Hymnals, Wattrman ?'l_t3l"Fountain Pens, together with a K?al many other things too nuroerous to mention. Come early and avoid the Xnv'srush. 8. F. Dpij & Bro. 508 King Street. . -pefl at Nigbt. lt. I'. ROOX, \ ncli<>: AA.M) I a dcod of an.l ii '' among t'n<- lai ,.ril,,.; landrla. Virginia, ir. .1.1 I.Ii '?'<>? -A I'-' William Coloinan and wife to i I Veton, intile Hallway Buildinj ilatlon -tandria, VTigln?, toaeciire tne ?i.ivin.-iii of two hundred dollara aa fnaet torth, more than al* montl fiiult baving been made in the i a> ment ofth.- B*am - Bured thereby, at l mieat <>r tbe mid Moroantllc Railway Building k l?<>?<>' :1 ;"ui u>' thc order ofthe board ofdirectora oftlie aion. the uudendgned, prea ent truateea of aaid aaaoeiatlon, will offer tor aale :it public aueUon at tbe Htrcet entranoe to the Market Building in Ui'* <'it\- of Alexandria, Virvinla, on s\ rtJBDAY, l'K< K.MI'Kk 17, 1910. at i.o'elock noon.all tbat lol of ground, with the Improvemeota tbereon, on tbo . lh-iirv atreet, In the I'iiy of n<lrla. Virginia, ata polnt 70 reet s in-ht". north of Wythe atreet: thenee ; _?. feet; thenee I to Wythe ntreet *-.', reet .-, Inchcri !?>.. i 11. ??! allej ? thenee aouth and biudlng mi i l? " '' . Inohea to the point of bcglnulng, with i!.<- right ol over aaid alley In ooiumon m Itb othora entitled thereto. cash. Oon-eyanelag atthe coat ofthe purehaaer. THOMAS I. 1'AXN'UX I. K M. XOllTON. ?oi iteea. Ve^Jy'6 CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm it quickly abtorbe.. Give* Relief at Once. .othes, heals and ) the dis ftaea mem? bn_a lewilllng fiom i : ii and drivea away a Col 1 in the n.-a'd quickly. Ke.yay Cri/PH I the SmsesollWal I bfUli Taate aud Siucll. Full aise 50 cts., atl'ni;* r.i Jniuiil form, 7", <????_ t.<. -, Oii V/ar/bu btreot, New York. Piles! Piles! Piles! Will'?na'Indian PUa Olntment wIU eure Blind, Blcedtng and Itohtng 1 llea. ?rbs-tho tumon. allaya ltehing ai I.Itleo, rlvoa Inatant Williams' Ini.ian IMle Ointinent Ib prepared tor rilea and Itehtng of thc private parts. Drucgiata; mail BOo and fl i... Williama M'f ?,'('<>.. Prop*-.' ., wholeaale and retail, dbeater A * HOLiBAY SUPPL1ES We carry a full line of Fancy Grocerie*. Place your order with us and get thc b:s: the mirket affords at the'Iowcft pojsiblc price. Candics. 10 to 25c pound. l Cro.*- Nuts. l._to|22c pound. MtoedQNeta, 15c pound : Men. 10 to lSc pound. Raisins, 10 to 15c pound. Layer Vigs. 15c pound. ttetm ; ruitt of all kinds. Midlan l Butter. 38c poued. J PURE FOOD STORE.J St. Asaph and Oronoco Sts Rocker, $4.50, rooker, strongly made, >? Ul Back an ii teather. Flnlah ther ui golden <.r wcathercd oak* Tliis would make a very acoeptaMe ?ift. M. RUBEN & SONS, 1SC 8TREE1 _ GO TO Knight & Rodgers' Shop 401 WOLFE STREET You will nnd the cnergy of youth and the cxperience of age. Thcrc is nothinc too large for us. nothing too small for us. nothing too plain and noth? ing too complicatcd for us. We can do a class of work that will suit the eco nomieal and we can also do work to suit the most fastidious. Plans Furnished Free When work ia givan without co_ pstition. nov 17 lm a^rr?^_^S^SJ^i PRINCE STREET. I Entered atthe Postoffloe of Alexantfna, Virginia, as second-class matter.l Tania: Daily-1 year. $5.00; 6 montha. ?2.50; 3 months. 81.25: l month,43 oents 'rrl-w'eeViy^lyear, ?~: Jmontlu. 81.60: 3 inoutha. 75 oents; 1 month, _ Oo-tmot advertlsers will not be allowed to e_ee_d thelr spaee unless theexoess is paid for at transient ratoa. and under no eircumstances will they be aljowwl to advertlse other than thelr legiti n.ato business in thespaoe oontraoteu K,-solutions in memorlam, of thanks tiibutesofrespoct. resolutious adopted l>v socleties or pen-ons.unless ofpubiie concern. will bfl printed ln tbe papor as advorllsoiiionts. MAY WAVE THE LOKDS. It is seen now that the British gor ernment wHI return with substautifilly the same majority as it had before the dissolution of parliament, and the futuro course of tho eloctiona has losa live interest than tho question of what will happan when parliament actually meets. This fotHM the subject of a verydctermined disenssion in the eol umns of tbfl party aewapapera nnd in the speecbes of puhlic men I,ord Rosebery said nt the begmmng of Ihe elections in a speech that should the government suffer a loss of only live seats it could not pasa tho reto bill. This contention has been taken up by tbfl unioiiist press. which arguei that unless the government secures an increased majority it will have no man date to deal with he House. of Lords. The liberaln, on tio other iiand, cou t.nl that not onlj will the govern ment have a majority larger than that ?,f former ftrOilK uni ni.t miuiaters, but thal tbe aatioo h?aoo? thrice in ancceaflkw ghren lln< liberal govon nietit a rotfl ol eonti \f*W To this the unionists _'?? th .t tlie j dueatioa of h ehange in the e< -??itu-, tion ifl on ipiite a different pUn. tli ??? i ordiDary legislation and they point Wil that speciiic majorities are required m the United States and in other coutitri ?? before the constitution can be ehange*! rybody, however, appears to Le in the dark as to the actuai possihililie-s of the situation and many are ,,f tbfl opinion that it may still be s.-ttled by negotiation and cumpromisc. Both sides appear e.|iially conlide.nt of gaining a few more si-ats tho coiniug week. l.'p lo tlu- preflent 50- scata out of 070 have been tilled. The relative position ofthe tw?> partiflfl ia exactly imc ii thfl n ?' parliament as in th.-old, each having gained twenty-one leata from tbfl otlier. \ prained ankle will usually disable thfl iujured peraon for tl.roo or four Tbia ia thw to lack of proper .nt. When CbamberUto'a _h> iment i appbfld ? eare may bo etfected in three or four days. This liniment ol thfl beet and most remarkable preparaiioni in use. Sold by W. F ?hton and Richard Gibson. Pf]_B_*TC~_ OF MIM> OK PRIEST. Rev. James J. Kane, reetor of St. Raphael'fl Boman OathoUo Church, in riiiiadolphia. yesterday morniflg probably preventod injuries to naany Ol his congregation if not several deatha from paofc when ho calmly continued cbanting tbfl 10 o'eloek in the church while smoke from ,n the bascment poured through the cracks in the Hoor just beneath tbe altar rail, later to be followed by tlames. The fire apparently had been -moul.lering for a long time, having CBUffht from an overheated furnaee. During the mass the church sexton nouti.-d the priest that the building was on fire and received wbispercd in ?tructiona to call the lire department aud attack tbe tlames with the lire ex tinguifthera with which the building waa aupplied. After giving these instructions Father Kano calmly went on with tho services. At the end the smoke became ao denflfl that the congregation could hardlv see tbe priest. but could hear unini tO them through the pail of smoke. With th*- mass over the members of tlie congregation, of whom fortu rjfltely there w< re few, owing to the imlemcnt weathor, startod in a mad rnsh for the doors. Calmly Father Kane stopped beforo the altar rail and notified tbe panic-stricken persona that the serviee was not over until they had left the odifice and that thev ?erfl supposed to go out quietly and not like a lot of stampeded cattle. The oalmnm of tho priest reassur ed the members of tbfl congregation aud thev passed quietly into the street. Immediatety aftcrward Father Kane diveated bin-aelf of his ecclesiastical garments and became a real firefighter t?, sueh 8 good purpose that when tho tire department arrived the tire waa under control. The peculiar properties of Chamber lain'a Cough Remedy have been thoroughle tested during epidemics of influenxa, and when it was taken in time we havo not beard of a single <.f pneumonia. Sold by W.r. Creightoi and Bichard Gibson. PASTOR'I OIM1XTIONAI. !*TORIE9 Charging tbat their pastor. Rev. - es had told stories "tbat made tbem l.lush'' and tbat be bad injeeted unnecessary and unboly apice into his conversation, prominent women of tbe Charlu.il. Mass., Congregational Church teetified to their pastor at the a inuaJ charob lueetins: Saturday. Mrs. Eroma Wakefield told of some dieagreeaUe thiogs that sho said had happenedwhUeJir. Scotes was in her house, and said she had vowed never again to attend tho cburcb. Sha aaid boy* camo te k?r and rtnaatad aterl.j Ihe Great Atlantic S Pacific Tea Co.'s ? ____. 51st Christmas A ??? ? Offerings ^*P FREE A beautiful China Salad Bowl Free all this week with each 50c purchase of the following goods: 2 lbs. Coffee at 25c, 30c or 35c a lb. or 1 lb. Tea at 50c, 60c or 70c a lb. or 2 bottlea A&P Extract at 25c each or 50c worth Assorted Spices or A 50c assorted order of the above goods. Candies Superior Mixed Candy, lb. }Jj American Mixed Caady, lb. }? French Mixed Candy, lb.J_75 Broken Candy, lb. \"? I Chocolate Drops, lb. *? ! Peanut Brittle. lb. "c j Assorted Drops, lb. AUC| New Crop Nuts Paper-shell Atmonds, lb. *** Soft shell Walnuta, lb. *? French WaJuuts, lb. *? Sicily Filberta, lb. .?. **e Brazil Nuts, 1 . tfr Pecans, lb. *? Gooi Mixed Nuts, 21bs. *? Extra Quality MixeJ Nuts, lb. . 13c FREE A Fine Blue Enamel Acid-proof 6 quart Kettle Free all this week with each purchase of 50c can of A & P Baking Powder, the purest and finest baking powder made. Raisins, Dates, Figs and Currants Seeded Raiaina, pkg.. Seedleas Raiaina, pkg. Sultana Raiaina, pkg. Ieyer Raiaina, lb. Layer Figs, lb. Washed Figs, in baaketa AftPDatea, pkg. Pitted Datea, pkg ... Curranta, pkg 10c 10c 15c 12c 15c 20c 5c 12c. 10c R & R Plum Pudding, can. 23c and 45c Eggs Broo?ield Eggs, doz Good Egga, dez 33c 29c Select Fruit Florida Oracges, doxen. 25cand30c Grape Fruit.6c and 7c Table Apples, doz..?. 25c Malaga Grapea, lb. *5c Pure Lard, lb.13c Compound, lb.*2c Great Atlantic &, Pacific Tea Co., 525 King St. which Bootea waa said 10 b?vt> toM. Finally ahe mtM stand these thing-* "o longer, aba declared. \|i.. Kattie Carpenter told of an OC aaaioo ai her boma ebea >ho said Mr. -*?.,?-?* tokl ? story tbat made her-.-lf ?iu I Um Otber womi'ii BO ashamed tha ihe could not bear tO thin!: of tbe man U lier paator. She Mnd ihe pastor cx ,-used himself at tb*t ttmo by saving tliat "the women prenent are all mar? ried." Ko cvidence was produced H 9 ? ?\rove Ihe atory lelling. Wbetl a eold becomes aettlod inth* ajetem. it will take several daya' treat? ment tO cure it, and the best remedy to DM is Chaniberlain's Cougb Remedy. It wil! cure quicker than nny other, and ako loave* tbe system in a natu-a and healrhy'-ondition. Sold by W. F Creigbton aml RiobaH ffibnnn SfBORO ASMAKS1N ATKl*. Wbile be was driving along the Hodges Ferry road William Stokes, u negro. 50 years old. wa* nmrdered by an aasassin in ambush wbo lired a bul let into hia head, causing almost in sUntaneous death. Stokes waa on bis way to his bome ia Hattonavilie, about tbree and a half milei from Norfolk, wbea be waa as-iasstnated. Hia wife waa aeated beside him in tbe country wagon when the bullet that killed bim was fired from the busbea. Tbe woman, terribly frigbtened, was afraid te cry out, she said, for fear that ahe, too, would be shot. Sbe took tho the rein8 and drore on for about n half mile, and then aroused persons living near thc road and told them what had oceurred. When Dr. Roper. the core nor, arrived, be found tbe murdered negro Bitting upright in bia seat. The assassin's bullct penetrated tbe right side of Stokes' bead, back ef the ear. and emerged betow the ear on tbo left aido. , The man's wife told the constabulary something about aome threaU tbat bad been made against her husband, and later Joseph Myera, a negro, waa ar? rested, it being alleged that bo is the negro wbo had prcviouely threatened Stokes. ___________?__-?_?. ~ Ladies! CkmTb?e style with solid comfort. Wear the RED CROSS SHOE, to be had only at our atore. ] A. Marshall * Bro.. 422 Kingatroet. Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyjpep aia. Indigestion. Kidoey and Liver Trouble*. . _ Leading Phyaician? endorae it aod tea |tify to its great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist._ ASTiSriA! ASTHMA! POPHAM'H ASTHMA REMEDY trives instant relief and an absolute cure iu all cases of Asthma. Bronehltis and Ilav Fever. Sold by drugglsts: mail pn roe'eiptor price $1.00. Tnal nackage by n_ll 10 cents. Williams Mfg Co., Props ri.veland, O. For aale, wholesale and yS-jT5Tk_____^ FT*TY YEAKS- EXPERIENCE OF FIPTY ^^?LD NURSE. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup is tho iDreaeription of one of the best fcinale ShWlclans and nttraea ln tbe Lnlted ES bw been used for fifty yeara wffievei.WllngiU0oea.by 'n?Hoi?.of mothersfor their chlldroir II ?h ? the ebild from pai?. cures <?!fJT^_' ^riDine ln tbe bowels, and wind colio. Brlvlnl health to th. ebild it rert. th. _.*.r. Tweaty-iv. wints a k.ttl.. DP.Y OOODS. Cbristma* Oards, BookleU, Calendars, and Diaries?Main floor?G atreet. Red Oroti Seals, for Xmas BVlit, for sale on Main lloor?10th street side. Wood ward & Lothrop December Clearance Sale Women's & Misses' Outergarment l.en.ljusting flflttkfl brings to light tho fact that our assortrr.entaof Women's audMkses' Ready-to-wear Outer Apparel ato larger than we ordiuarily carry at this time of the year; and in order to reduce tho several stocks to then prop? er proportions we 'inaugurated this morning a Special Clearance Sale of j Klter GarmenU. comprising Silk and Wool Dreaaes. Imported and Domestic SuiU, Day and Eroning Coata, Imported and Domestic Waiata, Sweaters, &c. " These are all high-class rrroductions?creationa of the leading foreign and domestic manuiaeturors?in this season 'a latest and most fashional.h' K designs and effecU? not a few of which aro o*.. lusivo. The tir.m .,f ihe y.;ai. tho character of the garmenU. and the spccial prices make this a sale of im portance, and should appeal forcibly to all having sueh ne. Third floor?G at. liuru 110.1?n* ?-. Books for Christmas Presents. "And ao. where a wholesomr book aa rare as an honest friend. to choose the book be mine." Many of ua at the present dav think as did the melan. holy poet Tupper, but tho question is?what book? Wo try to anawer that que.tion in our mag nificent book store. ?__? .1 ? Forty-tire thousand books on .helve* and counter*. all of them vofttj of your examination and approval. Main floor?10th ft._,____ FOR SALE One half square of ground. Excellently located for dwelling or factory sites, situ? ated on Pendleton street, between Patrick and Henry streets., ^ Price, $1,750 Cash. Six fine building lots on north Wash? ington street. These are the closest lots obtainable from King street. Low price for a few days only. Thompson &, Appich 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria. Va This cut ahowsa pair or spectaele*. witn th*> lenses very much out of foeus. The dota show the focal centeror the lenses. which are the kind usuaily sold by travelinjr and cut-rato opticlans. Sueh glasses are very harmful and are often the eause of cataraets i .,- t~.nTr>l.>. Our lenaea, ground and aocurately centered in our n._*uVa^^ Columbia Optical Co., Inc, Expert Optlcians, 908 F Ktreet Northwrrt. Waahington, D. t. V B-Iama member ofthe above firai. Wontyoudrop in and , let me. ex* p__ thia and other important fkcuabout glaaaes? W. E. DD3NELT. OPTIOAN, -_. ,. ..i Sundays by Alexandria Office,M4Pria?fl ftceflt appointment a!ter7*>_?. ?? ?flpjenn DRY GOODS. $9.75 for worth upto $35.00 The e.lors are black, navy. brown. . hagcn. taupe, smoke. wiataria and inixfn; $18.75 for Women's Suits worth up to $50.00 In Fancy mixiures: also plain black, nary. brown, coponbagen, laupe, smoke and wiataria. Wum.-n's Cloth and Serge Dree.e.r1 worth up to $25.00, at $9.65 Women's Silk Dresses, Orepfl de ('hiii.i and Crepc Metcor Dresses; also Sergo and Cloth Dresses, worth up to 160.00, at $19.65 420-426 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON. D. C. STEAMERS_ Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. Every dav in tho year lor Fort Mon? roe. Norfolk, Newport News and points south, Tta Hiiperb. powerful steel palace Bteamera. \ Leave Washington.*:.I.". D. m. Leave Alexandria 7.00 p. m. Arrive Pt Monro.--i.-in. m. Arrive Norfolk 8.00a m. Arrive I'ortsiin-ntli iOBl tn. Leave Portamouth 5-00 a. m. Leave Borfolk 8LC0 p. m Leave l'i. Monroe J.OO j>. m. Arrive Alexandria 8.30 a. m. Arrivc Waahington 7.00a.m. Through oonnectlonan?deat Nbrtblk with ateamera of the old Doml.ton BteamahlpCompany forNew lorkand MSrehants" and M_er_ Steamships for rtoaton. l liuieral Tlckel < 'flloe, T20 Mth st.N.W. Waahington, D. C. . n -78ft ' ?''??' aprl lyr 1??*mi Maryland Delaware m yioie Railway Company.' si'KIN'o BCII?DU__ Steamers oi this line leave Al*?indrfa on and after May 16, ' Vvi-cv MuNI'AY. U'H'M <!?AY and " SATURDAY at4S?p.m. |?OH BALTIMORE AND ALL '1IIL USUAL KlVI.it LAKDINOa ftttslne and appointments unoxeellea. Pretgbt for Baltimore, Phl_delphla and Kew York soilolted and hanruod with care Through rates and bills -*i lading lereed. Hlngle I'ln* to Baltimore, |2.60; round trip. |EU50; itateraomi, one way, 11.50 Meals.fiOc. REAltDON _ GRIMES, AgenU, Footoi'<S_leron atreet SCHEDULE & Steamboat Go. Effeotlve May 9, W10. Steamer" Capital City." Leaves Alexandria at<;p. ?. OB Mon? day and Wednesday for I'arhams Point and lower ri\ er landings. Keturn early Wedneaday and Friday morning. Leave Baturday at9a m, torfrontlnland Inter medlate landings, returnlng sunday about S p- m. Steamer "Wakefield." Leave Snndav. Tuesday and Thursday at!>a. m. for Wirt'a wharf aud all inter mediate landlnga. Returnlng leavew irta wharf at 6 a. m. the following day aml arrivingat Ah*xaiuiria about I :>? BB, Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot of Cameron Street. relephouo Xo- 50- _ JeH lyr riB-RLOTTBBTILLE AWD IU)?"? Lt n\\- RAILROAD COMI'ANV Alexandria, Va., Dec. ">,1910. To tbe holders of the.C?*.riotteayille and Rapldaa Railroad BondarThe follovr Incbonda drawn for redemptlon by lot. tn aeeordasee with tbe terma ot the; inortgagc.v-*ib 1k* paid at the office oj thc Phl?detphla Truat, HaJe Depo-taad [na?anoe Oompany, I'biladelphia, Fa., witbaeernedintei?t, mi JAnlaki i, 1011. [ntereal on said bonda wlu ? Ofl January 1. I9H. Vos 2, ls*. 30, 88, 6ft, 98, VXi. 118, 188, _?, tt,108,_7._5^1.(Weach,|lj Nos. 255, 280. 282, 284, 287, 294, 31 357 396, K3, 131. B5, 187,408,606. 587, 664, .-iii.;.::'. 36P, (?it. 708, 718, 724- $899 eaeh, 112, DO r,?, 777-8100 each EDW. L DAINGERFIELD, JULIANT. BURKE, -MKIM-.i'oSITAXDTHrsTCO Kaltimore, Md.. de- td Trustees UGGETTS CHOGOLATES i HE BEST 80c A Pound TAYLOR'S^-PHARMACY OiafKtn*; Street. Both Pbonea. 9*?ht Bell, Corner King and Royal StreeU Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commercial & Saving* Departments on grounds of absolutc safety and satisfaction. C-^FICI_RS Judge C. E. Nicol, Presidenv. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds invested for our customers. Details care fully attended to for all. Call to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings Department. STATEMENT OF THE First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia SEPTEMBER I, 1910. OFFICERS G. L. llOOTHE. Pre.ident GEO. E.*WARFIELD|C_*h M. D. HARLOW. Vic.-Pre.ident J.J. GREEN. Aaaiatant Cash DIRECTORS GARDNER L QOOTHE GEO. E WARFIE BENOIT BAER. fR, J*3- F- MUIR M B. HARLOW WALTER. ROBEP I'RANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES f.oansniid investiiienls. *"M Vli">.7:> -i r. S.Bonda. I I Bmnkinx Houae. Duc I'roui Banka and Ite I _enta . i-s.i_o.-_-2 . B9J648M .?nt. run.l . :.,ooo.oo Jl ,!?_9,179.61 LIABILITIES Capital.$100,0 Surplus and Profita. 187.7 ( irculatlon. 100,0 Doposlts. '?'?< Other Llabllltiea. 1 ? This bank With its amplo capital and surplus, ita adequate e<tuipnicnt Mid f:u ilities. fluHftita thfl iiecounts or maniifaeturers, wholesalerx, reu aad IndlvMuaUon tlo- boflt terms consistent with sound banking. ounl !..,. lar-c to be handled satisfaotorily; none too amail t-> ho :*'..'.I Put Red Cross Stamps on your Christmas packages. They cost only 1 cent each andyou help aworthy eause On sale at cashler's desk. This is the best and most helpful Christmas store for thrifty people. Stocks are in full readmess. Stoft your Christmas shopping now. Hundreds of excep tional values in the very things you want will stretch the buying powers of your Christmas money. Assortments of gift things and reasonable merchan? dise were never so large, so complete, or so well se lected.This with willing, courteous and lntelhgent ser? vice makes gift choosing easy. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. CfflNAWARE GLASSWARE AND HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES. ARTICLES Price. ?l up. ?l up. ? 3 up. China Cake Ptatei. 10c. 20c. 50c. 75c. 85c and . . ? China Saladi. 20c. 50c. 60c. 75c and . China Chocolate Seta. M.2S*. %2fi0. an?l. ____5tJ^^&___*ss- ?*??? c"" h "?*" the largeat aaaortment ever in th :ity. ARTICLES Berry Seta. 75c. 188.8.131.52. and. Dinner Seta. 100 piecef. 57.50. $10. Ilb and. Decorated Lampa from 12 up. ?2s>up Oscar F. Carter, 505 King Street Qulck Sales and Small Profits.