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'/m $% That Have Every Point of Merit Fur vn!uc3i if they aro honcst, arij nol variable. One m undcrstaud Furs thoroughly nnd bc familiar with tlie var skins, Mosi people when they buy furs inisi to the hont ol the store from which they purchasc, 'There is completc Isfnction in buying from :< store ili.u is rclinble. Nonc i'ui wortny Furs are ever sold hero, and we are alw ready to give our customcrs any information they desire ab them, Blue vVolf Sets, $27.nn m $10.no. ' I'.l.i, k \\ olf Sets, $27.00 to $52.50. Black l"\ Sets, $10.nn to $85.00. Mink Sets, $75.0(1 to $175.00. ap Mink Sets, $12.nn 1,. $57.50. Skunk Set?j $45.00 to $60.00. Point'ed Pox Sets, $47.50. Austrnlian Opowum Sets, $32.50 to $00.00. Black Raccoon Sets, $32,501' Black WoH Sca'rfs, $12.00 to $27.50. Blue Woll Scarfs, $12.00 to .$15.00. fap Mink Scnrfs, $.'.'>.s to $32.50. . Mink Scarfs, $.15.00 t,. $85.00. Black nnd Brown Opossum Scnrfs, $3.98 to $10.00. Black Concj Scnrfs, $3.98 1,, $5.00. W.irk Woli Mllffs, $15.00 lo $25.00. Blue WoH Muffs, $15.00 to $25.on. [ap Mmk Muffs, $7.'>s io $25.nn. Black Opossum Muffs, $3.98 to $10.98, Black Com y Muffs, $2.98 to $5.98, Children's I urs, ln l anib, t\ngorn, Couey, Opo*$i ?? K .r auf] Squirrcl, from 98c to $7.50. \ \?? ISS A Two Days to Complcte Wo man'fi Christian Associa tion Fund. Chrlntlnn gn fund plans for ; l.ant -,'.-:.< :i It ? ??, reach bnnlfl II v. in ii"' bo usod fc pui poso>< bul i" >">' onlargi lho v. i.ii-. The Roof That Lasts Is made of the Besl "Peari-v C. Roofe Tin See that you:- rool -.5 r/.__-f Gordon Metal Co., 14t_ an.'. IX-vrV. <;??? Rle__?*-.*.. V*. Appropriate Christmas Gifts - gv l 25C I 51,000. Schwarzschild Bros. We Know All About Wotches " ? W. Il Smith &. Webster WhyCoUars Crock Eclipse Laundry, Thorvc Madison 4-1S The Money Questlon 5 Hiy'isi^n *s ^-heldan School. Ple&sure Cruises to Forei.cn Lands R. M 1...= ;.. ... Co RAPID WORK ON ?EW POST-OFFICE Hundreds Watefa Oanag Men Erect Great >"'.**. Skeleton While prnei ? ; ' ' ' : ln Richmond wn i .hnvini l?y ?> iwterJ day, K"iiit; i" football :..-. ? ? to ?ee the Pronchmon swecp the c (vebs oui ot the slty, tho steel oxports en gaged on Iho now Kodoral tmiidlng kopl ii work, making rapld progre*s ln framlng the groal skeloton of tha I , ?? ? ? ? " ??? lt w Hfl ;i little avta if om n, tor hundreds itood ln ??? ? ? ? i ftaped aa tho ::.:n fearl< d aloft "ii narrotv b'-anm, 01 them elvea dox terbusly on dcrrlcka. Al bulldlng la taklng shnpe. Tho ;? - ? ? ? t over th,^ centre ? '??-.. ? post-ofllce floor ? place, a nd nr<>un<l It in .??? r r. tho frame of ? ; i ? golng up. M will rlao ? - -? ? ? ? M? ?'? iho old poat-ofllco, nnd than double Its tloor Bpnco, y\:\nr, amplo room r<>r tho rovenuo, customs and othor Federal offlcoa, and foi the Unlted Stnteo oourts and their nmplo records, librarles nnd clerka' Ofllcos Contractor Miller la making ^xcellent progresa on the tvork, being ahend ot i\\p sehedule no far, and making II probabl* that ,! ? ? ntlre buildlng wlll 1 ln .'idAnncc of thr> contract v i record ln It selt ? government work The .r.to he agreed on for tho oero ? Ini - i ornt r stono, whlch - ? ? :r flone wltli approprlate Masonle GOES IN FOR AVIATION POLICE COURT CASES Man (;<>!? \lnc<> Dltyn for St^nltnH ()?nit nt Wlil?k??>. ln the Pollc* Court yeatordaj morn Jnekat n colnred. chnrgi d ivltli ?? :?.',. ti ,!ti.irt ,>r whUkej fr? Ft ? <? Plt hl, was senteuced iu nin?tj Samuel aerlcy, arreated tor stvatlu n ??'",. vtiluod at $n>. from lames ??? ? I i ua v alued M s:< fi ? S vt.\ v rt?:\ \?m\ ?,i\ r.s i|s nuMvM,'i\i\ii rttWKii "Some Day" Jacobs St Levy PJGKPOGKETS IT WORK !? G8 F. D. Ware, of Ashland, First to Lodge Complaint With the Police. Plckpockets who hnve herotofore mostly conflnod thomaelves to falrs and such llko o 'caalona, aro trottlnu along with the march of progreaa nnd :wv now keeping abroast of tho pub ilc by pl.vtng their trado at avlatlon meets Tho (Irat implalnl ln thls clty waa brought Deteetlve Captain McMahon ? ? I . iy afternoon when r. D, Ware, who la In buslness in thla ind who llvea In Aahland, report ? ockotbook '? nt flftofcn 11 notos, some chanjrc a Rlchmond, Fred rlcka -. inri Potomao monthly com mutera' ttckot I i Ashland nnd other raluable papora Ho wns robbod, ho thonght, nt tho entranco to tho Fair _rounda, ii is known thal a numbor >>f fainoua 'dlps" aro following their trado nt va rloua avlatlim meots, anrl that at each place they aro lutgnicntod hy locnl imatouro who kcap sharply on tho Tho iiyiiu: machlne haa opened up n now nnd very lucratlve field for the light-ftngerod oporator, He tlnds that tho man wltli hla eyea ghied to tho ?ky la enalor to rellovo of his wallet ovon than tho countryman, whoso ivholo nttmuton soenis ilxcd on a sldo sliov 01 n priao horso ln fact, for t'"- o.xp n ??Up." tho taak of snoak Ing oui the fat roll o( the man whoso attontlon la fully occupled with wntch |ng the 'iMno.Mivivs of an avlator Wheellng nnd ctroltng lumdreds of feet ln ? alr with the whlrr and btms "' ' ropeller ln hls car, ls llko tak? lng enndy iroiu a ohlld, compared with i";,;'' ' off a Job In tho ordinary crowd avlatlon meet most men nr,< istlcnted, and aa the man-blrda sr"lv* :,':' on? record or another, tho spectator looka on ln rapt attentlon wiuio tho "artts. does a land-offlce rells Richmond College Students That Men Must J_abor With God. ipprcoi?ti\ e audience Carver ai th..' annual rvtoe a: Richmond mornlng-. ailon l<y Dr, Chartes ho Scrlptur* readlng .'?-. ot Orova jVvenuo OFFICE-HOLDERS PAID FOR SLEMP'S ELECTION Government Has Aftidavits That Local Fcdcral Employcs Wcrc Assesscd. IIMVESTIGATICN BEING MADE Constcrnation at Fcdcral Build ing?Important OfTicials May Losc Their Jobs. Aflldavlts that there ha? been pernl? clous uctlvity among Foderal employes ln Richmond ln Ropubllcan party poll tlcs, and that employes under clvll Borvice havo been asscased a propor tlon of thelr aalarles for contrlbutlona to tho party campalgn funds, havo been nied wlth tho Unlted States Clvll Ser vlco Commlsslon ln Washlngton, fol? lowing nn oxtendod Inqulry made in Richmond by L. H. FIsher, a special agent of tho commlsslon, who spent throo daya hore examlnlng wltnesses ln the post-ofllco, customs and Internal revenuo departments. Many of these wltnesses woro exnniine.l nt Mr. Flsher's rooms nt the Richmond Hotel. ln order thnt the Inqulry mlght be conduetad with perfect secrecy, and I thnt pressuro mlght not be brought to | suppress facts untll n full statement was ln tho hnnds of the government. Mr. FIshenj loft for Washlngton Wed? nesday night, nied a number of sworn affldayits wlth the commlsslon yos tenlay, nnd wlll lnter submit n wrltten report rovering condltlons ln the Fed era) sorvico ln Richmond tVcut to Slemp'* Fund, The actlon of the government is ho lievod to hnve been preclpltated by a meeting of the colSrod i i iployes of the I-edernl buildlng. h/?id prevlous to the congressionnl electlon. The colored nien, notwlthstandlnc the fact that they are clvll service employes, had been told to "com, across" for tho campalgn fund of State Chalrman Slemp, ln the Nlnth Dlstrlct, and their "nll wns loud enough to reach the ears of the c.vil service Commlsslon [n Zr rl?*l2n- T?e affidavlta of r num? ber of these colored men that they were praqUcally assessed arbltrarlly ln proportlon to their pay for the Re puhllonn party campnlgn fund. Is now ln the hnnds of the government. Notwlthstandlng dln ? acts of Pon Kress intendod to prol Iblt It. it ls a matter of common knowledge that clvll been actlve ln Repui.lican party poll tlcs. In fact^well-known Republlcans M,i?.r,ponly,ch;,rB,,'! tnat ,h(,r^>? j" ?? offlc inM11'' ,co"?re?sl?na' dlstrlct an offlce-holdera' trust." Certalnly some of those who hold pbsIUons under civtl servlce have taken part ln the ractlonal flghts to controi the nomlna ::.'n of a Republicnn for Congress I n i ractlonal ftght whlch ls stlll golng controi the party ln tlie selectlon fftttea to the next Natlonal i Ventlon and the appolntment of the Olstrlc c.nnmittee. The law on the siiDject ls partlcularly piain. Em? ployes under clvll servlce are forblddon to take actlve part In pnrty conven tlops or to attempt to domlnate the .UTniis ?r their party, and thls law. on tho admission 0f leadtng Republlcans, has been Ignored ln Richmond ln a manncr almost ivholesale. Trvlna: ?o Controi nr=:nnl*ntlon. In vlew of the rldlculously small vote pollcd by Hcpublican Camlidnte for ?:'.-?.'?..<.. \ awtor rooontly?less than one-thlrd of the known Republlcan strength In the clty?there seems an absurdlty In charglng "pernlclous ac? tlvlty" on the part of .any Republlcans ln thls sectlon. High government offl ol.ala explnln that the alleged pernl? clous actlvlty was in connectlon wlth tho controi of the dlstrlct commlttee. the selectlon of a chalrman nnd the nomlnatlon of a Republlcan for Con? gress. lt is admitted by nll that there was no actlvlty, pernlclous or other wlse, dlsplayed ln any attempt on the part of Republlcans to eleet Mr. Vaw t e r. pen secret that whatever nssessmei was pald tn by the Federal ofnce-holders ln thi* dlstrlct was spent, nol In si pport of Mr. Vawter. but In n*" ,,f '"' indldacy of Congressman \ Basi. Slemp In t?:e Xlnth. Mr. Slemi la SI ite chalrman of the Repub llcan party and V.as th? handllng of " ls, and It has been n known fact tor vears thnt he hss been I as.sesslng for party purposes practlcally all Republlcan office-holders, whether under clvll servlce or not. And lt is" also s kn ?w ?? fact that money was poured ou: like water In the recent Nlnth Dlstrlct contest between Mr. Slemp :\r.\ Henry C ?tnart and that practlcsllj hothtng was spent In tho Republlcan rampatgn rero. Factfonal Iwne simrp. VThllc Postmaster Edgar Allan, Jr.. '"? tor ? C stoms B B. ArnoldTar.d '. I "'"??"? ???".' Collector M. K. Lowry ' subject 10 the rfitrala'tlons :of. .civtl in G. I. Rldgei Mce wns ien.ee of sholders' j a fact loyes in : sttev.v*. < actlve.) meeting r ?*; Look Around You 3 ivr oer.t. iMmiVuiui intofx^st.! SI M sturts .>n Acvxvuai with 1 tie SftVinsti Bank ol Richmond j m: r.dst >uin s?wt, ; tJ?-1-1? -? clty with affldavlta sworn to before notarles publlc, maklng serloua chnrges ln vlolatlon of acta of Con? gress nnd rtilea of the clvll servlce, there waa no llttlc constornatlon. The day wob a hollday, but nearly every man wns at hls ofllce trylng to flgure out Just how ho stands, and'what tho upshot will bo. That more than one linportant department head, holdlng a luci-tlve posltlon, will shortly be call? ed to Washlngton to make some expla natlons ls generally conccded, though all olllclals aro unwllllng to dlacuss the situation for publlcatlon. Ono ofll clnl sald that ao far as he know hls name had not been connected with the charges so far, nnd he proposed to "slt tlght In the boat," nnd koep hls niotlth shut untll the storin blows over. So far as Is known. the nfHdavlts securod nre all from employes In the post-ofllco, ciistoms and the Internnl rovenue ofMces, though there aro many other clvll servlce employes ln the government omployment here. ESach I'Miiiiiii iH'.-iiihiis iiiiMiir. Whlle not dlscusslng tho charges dlreotly for publlcatlon, the dopnrt ment hcads nffectcd, Postmaster Allan, Collector of Cuatoms Arnold nnd Col lector of Internnl Revenue Lowry, pro poso to fight the charges and attrlbute the wholo Investlgatlon to an effort on tho pnrt of dlaappolnted and dlsgruntled Repuhlicnns to dlscredlt tho present party organization In the clty and dls trict. It ls generally known that there haa been frletlon In the pnrty orgnn Izatlon ever slnce Mclven Flegen helmer wns oustcd as clty chalrman and John G. I.uce. as dlstr'ct chalr? man. both posltlons golng to Former Census Suporvisor Moore. Morgan Treat, who recently lost out as T.'nlted states marahal, though hlghly In dorscd. former Clty Chalrman Flegen helmer and former D'strlct Chalrman I.uce, are known to. he leaders of a party fnrtlon wnglng unceaslng wnr nn the "ofMceholders' trust." Th* out factlon charges the rldlcilloualy small vote poliod hy Mr. \^iwter In the dis? trlct to the Allnn-Moore-Lowry-Arnold offlrelioldlng factlon. whose organiza? tion does not hear ovldence of having dellvered the goods on election day. In reply lt ls polnted out that Mr. Flegonhelmer ls presldent of the Re publlcan Club of Ri<-hmond, with a memborshlp three tlmes ns large as the total vote east for Mr. Vawter ln thls clty. There ls an alr of suppressed unreat Rbout the Federal building. nnd there nre dnrk predlctions that If somethlne la not done, somebody'a offlclal head will come off under neremptory Wash? lngton orders "I hope we will nll be here when it's over," wns the gloomy remark of one of those nffectcd. Ftuhl fUc'r llamr, 'cht over a crap game. Halile Hlll was last night badly cut by Moaea Carter. He staggered in to the First Pollce Statlon. where the ambulance ' D '? ihbarger found n Krent cash In hls ?hould,er and an? other ln Hlll v <rrle,j to SenfTold Fnll? with Workman. Wllllam Stevens. colored, of 613 North Thlrteenth r-tr?>et, fell from a scaffold on which he was worklng reatarday and wounded hlmaelf se k-erely. The aml Jl in ?? < ??- aummoned, Stev?na was treated, and tent to hls home. He had been w^-klng on the ? cnffold. which ahowed signs of hreak Ing down. Whlle he was trylng to nall lt up the platform fell and |n lured him. He was not serlously hurt. In a was hl Hll With Bed Mnt. Mted by Dr. to her home. TWe stolei was i Mr. Drake'a Pony Stolen. ?5 H. Prake. 1206 Floyd Ave -eported at pollce V.eado.uarters I ??? afternoon, the losa of a small my. valued at $55. owner thlnka that the pony was fr m tha backyard, where it mnlng loose. 'enabO-O Wln?. i The Times-Dispatch.) N. C. November 2i.?The iligh School defeated Hlgh School at football EL0PIN8 GOUPLE 18 STILL Leave Home at Taft. and GirTs Father Is Now on Their Trail. Bali Hcnde Miss I OQ TV.ft: msin h -ss inten >UD_ WC ;- bad left rson, he l_**n FRIDAY Bargains AT GANS-RADY CO'S ON SALE TO-DAY Mcn's Extra Trousers worth $4.00 at...'.$2.75 Boys' Straight Trousers Suits worth up to $10.00 at_$3.95 Boys' Straight/Trousers Suits worth up to $7.50 at_$2.95 Boys' 50c Underwear at. 02c Boys 25c Underwear at.., r;.;. --c Boys' Sweatcrs worth $1,50 at.$1.29 Children's Long Ovcrcoats worth $5.00 at.;;.$2.50 Childrcn's Rccfcfs worth $4.00 at.$2.4S Men's Derby Hats worth $2.50 at.$I#45 Men's Soft Hats worth $3.50 at.$ Ig5 Mcn's Negligce Shirts worth '$1.50 at.$I._5 Men's Tan Walking Glovcs worth $1.50 at.$1.15 Men's Odd Vcsts, broken from suits, worth S2.50 $300 and $3-50. at.\.$I 00 Mcn's Stylish Cheviot Suits, latest shades of gray, worth 5,8-??' at.$12.50 Men's Fancy Cassimere and Blue Scrge Suits worth $20'00' at.'.$14.50 BRILLIANT PARADE ALONG BROAD STREET Swaylng backwards and forwarcs, a :hrong of pleasure seekers crowded ho. ravements ot Broad Streot through he shopplng sectlon from early ycs erday mornlng to late last night. 3ashes of collego colora and here and here a college ycil, with the fleetlng vords of some parody, aung by some oyful company. made the street aa gaV i sc-ne as wltnesaed here in many a lay. There were thousanda of vlsltors n Richmond. Early ln the mornlng ixcurslon tralns from all directlons eft their crowds ln the atreets, and 'or a tlme the ilbbon countera of the itores were the bualeat place?. As the raina from the south, over the South rn. Atlantic Coast-Llne and .Seaboard, ame ln it appeared that the white and >!ue of the Carolina team was the fa orlte color. l_iter the Charlottesvilte :rowd took the atreets, whlle. aa the lay wore on. many thousands of Rlch nonders put on the orange and blue, eady to encourage the Virginia boys >n to vlctory or to consolc with them n defeat, IlrllllitDt Color Sceme. Store 'wlndows everywhere had their h.ir- ,'f college <olor*. and untll late n the nlghl are rllllantly Ughted. he wlndows of th<> Horlsts, with their i.mks of white and yellow chrysanthc -ums. attractlng much attention. While from the colors-worn and the ollege yellvlt would have seemed that he chlef Interest of the day was ln he football game. and whlle every nch of spare in Broad Street Park was aken, yet there were other attractlons if almost equal Interest. The aero dane exhlhit at the State Fair,' irounds had been moved forward to 11 I >'clock by Manager Moisant. who had! lo deslre to confllct w.Ith ::,e ar.nuaf! portlng event of Richmond, the Vlr ;lnia-Carollna ball game. And lt eemed that all Rlchmond and many| <t the vlsltors were within the grounds i rhen the alrshlps began their spectac- j ilar clrcles around the clouds. Broad Street Hnldn Crowd. Then there were church services ln '? he mornlng. when many people of j lany creeds, In response to the Presi ent'a suggestion. gathered ln their j ouses of worship to render thanks for j * . . prosperlty. and ln the evenlng i were theatres. Ir. which. under j rilliant lights. every seat was taken j .ith a cheerlng and enthusiasttc i rowd. which enjoyed to the fullestj pecl-1 performances put on by the J lanagernent. Hotel lobbles were \ hronged day and night. and ihere were j jany ?oclal entcrtalnments durlng the! venlng. But notwlthstanding all at-! ractions. Broad Street never for one | loment lost its crowd. It was the j igh card of the day. While the game J ?as in r-rogress at Broad Street P_rk, , ?1th 12.000 people cheerlng: every play, > here was tpparently an undiminished ? hror.g on the great shopplng thor-j ughfare. wearing as many college] olors as were displayed at the game! nd cheerlng with the sarr.e enthusiasm | nd joy. Alrahlp Maku Darlng Trlp. When the crowd was at its height.! horUy before the game waa cilled. i nd when every or.e was greesingl very one else on the street. a mow !_ne. keen and fast as a awailow on ,-ir.g. came whirrir.g down just over he cer.tre roles of Broad Street. Avi ator Barrler was taking a little flicr on his own nccount. He wanted to *??> the crowd, and he saw lt. Also lt gaw him and cheered him vlgorously. Down as far as .Seventh came the hardy blrdman, saillng over the city wlth as much confidence as an acro bat with aTiet under him. At Seventh he cut a great clrcle over Murphy's Hotel. dfpped h'3 wlngs to the cheer lng crowd, and sailed away wlth an Incredlble speed back t.. his nest In the centre of the race trnck at the Kalr Grounds. His altltude was not so great as that' of Garros. who cir? cled over the Capltol hcjuare the day before. wavir.g bis wlngs at the ive?'. Ident of the Unlted States as he left the Exfcutlve Mansion. and giring tl ? secret service agents c.Tc: o:,.;is to thlnk of the posslblllttes of ha ng some fiylng man upset all of thelr precautions for guardlng the gafety of the President Barrler's motor was plainly hear'i by the cheering. flag-wavlng people in Broad Street, and the b'rdman had dlvlded the 'honors of the day wlth Todd. the fleet runner. who ma-;. only touchdown Of tbe garr.'-. after or.? of the m ? . ever seen In Broad street Park. ^"iif at JrnVrann. The hotel lobbles were almost at busy places as the streets. When the Charlottesvllie special bearlng the Vir? ginia team and practically the 'ent're student body of the unlverslty reached the clty shortly after 10 o'clock a parade was formed. wlth a brass band at the head. and the team was es corted in trlumph to the. Jefferson. a trlumph only to be equaled by tbe re? ceptlon to be given to the team on Its rlctorlous return to the unlverslty. Througn the palm r? m of tho Jef? ferson the parade contlnued. the band haltlng on the main itaircase to t;.* great lobby. while the entire chesring student body gathered about the tt im below. The bandrqaster waved his baton. the band wlth a crash struck into "Dixle." and instantly a thousand throats from lobby and balconles and palm garden were flllingr the hotel wlth the rr.elody cf the famous South? ern alr known and sung by every Vir gir.lan. C.reut Mght Celebrated. On Broad Street the celebratlon con tinued untll a late hour. Although many went to the I ??:?:?-- ar.d nov *ng ptcture attracttons, and to enter tainments prlvate ar.d pubHaf and al though the excurslon :ra:*wbegan to Ished. Vlrglnla eolors predomlaatei. but there were many who st'll wore their pale blue and whlte of Carollna. loudly prcclalmlnp to the last that Vlrglnfc. had scored by acclder.t. and that Carolina had put up the best game. There was but or.e draw^ic:-: :??> tne night celebration?tr.e r.ew Broad Street ltghts are not yet ir. place, tr.ough pron::?;J by ":-.;?' ss. a:' rr.any merchants. dependl'g on the clty to make white the great thor oughfare, bave -ade little proyisl for lights in front of thelr sbow wir dows. bowever brllllantly thelr stock of colc ~s may be displaycd. ? ALL STYLES a ALL LEATHERS r ALL SiZES I 4 ANDWIDTHS? COODYEAR WELT. *3.50&$4.Q0SH0ES The benefits of fr&a hldes, which apply I f")0 ^c prlncipaily to sole leather, and the r&? j s-f that >u Reaiize shoes duoed tarlff on sole leather, now ena- I j^.,-,. been the ?-.tar> hles m&togive the wearer more value |j ? f? __ ,1;^. for hls money, better andtongerwear- j c-d r<* 0NY """* mf7 55*50 and $J-.CQ shoes than l could '. years, that I raabl _r/ve prevlous to the tarlff revislon. j __q sea mere $3.50 BB?j^=-J*^"??J"?^?*?''^^i?a-'-t-J*J^xi_________r gjy 54.CO shoes than any other r_a__facrurer ta the U. S., and that Dollar for Dollar, I Guarantee My Shoes to boJd their shape, look ancl & better, and wear loager than __y other $3.50 cr_$4.00 shoes you can buy? -""" QuaHry counts. It Jkas rnade my shoes The Leaders of the World. For Fall and Winter Wear, my inmense sJodt behjees the Utest a_d bed stjfcs n every ?* and wdth, cspeciaSy b Young Men's Lasts, and my sSores also carry at al! t__es the most comp'ete asaortnenl of the more abflanriaj <;?}-!?, s_:h as have made W. L DougjLu shoes a ho_s*boJd word everyw'here. You w9 he pleased when you buy .my jhoes becacie of the St and appear __ce, and when it comes txne (or you to p_rch___ another pair. you v.y be more than p_=_sed because the laS o_? wore I^J^^Csa *JF*?*? so wc_? a_d gave you so n_ich o___ar_ ' >? / ~w* c_ BOYS' SHOES 8Q.OO AXP 8-.8Q takenqsuhstitute) CAUTION TOWlaMu! ?'-"- _" Ci..;'._.;c.* VT. _. DOCGLAS, tir?iwa. M___ ... POICUS RUHMWD ST uRE; ??__ EAST BKUAli sTHttET.