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IS GREAT SUCCESS .Splendid Patronage Means ^Larger Exhibition Next Year. DAY FOR COLORED PEOPLE Awards in Puultry and Bread and Cake Depart? ment!). Times-Dispatch Uureau. inj .North b/c?niore ."street, Petersburg, v.u., Uclouel it). _lt Ik officially stated that more than 2G,yuu persons pui.J admission to the Fair Oroumia yesterday?'?Petersburg Duy." Tins number was largely In? creased by those holding compliment- j ?ry tickets. The night attendance was also very ' large. The ground* present a very different appearance from thut in the day. under the brilliant electrical Il? lumination, and the splendid pyrotech? nic display and the pleasures of "Joy Lane." or the White Way, are attrac? tive night features. Tte weather to-day was rather un pro.litlous, but 10.0?O to 12,000 people vlBited the grounds. To-day was known as "Colored People's Day," and great numbers of ^colored folk spent j the day on the ground*, und showed I their appreciation of the exhibits. The fair will close to-morrow. Its Kreat success will prove a.:i incentive for u still greater exhibition next year. The grounds will be greatly improved before another fair week rolls around. The very liberal patronage of the fair assures the association a surplus after all Its premiums and obligations are paid. To the admirable management of the association and to the vigilance of police and detectives the credit la due that not a single robbery has oc? curred on the Fair Grounds. Tlolng bo and coming from the fair, the crowds have been admirably handled by the Virginia Railway and Power Company? whose cars were running every minute. Poultry Awards. Among those who were awarded first prizes for poultry exhibits In the dif? ferent classes were David Dun'op, of KUirslle Farm. Chesterfield; E. C. Hpaln, Church Road, Dlnwlddie; T. M. Young. Petersburg; T. W. Hawkins. Dlnw-lddlo; Miss Hattle Ivey, Peters? burg; Miss Louise Ivey. Petersburg; C. D. Haynes, Eltrlck; Paul Ilargrave, Eltrick; A. G. Butter worth, Dinwiddle; Charles O. Godsey, Petersburg; Clem? ent B. Perkins. Petersburg; Bertie C Cook. P. H. Blanks, T. H. Malono, Jo? seph Burns, Thomas Y. Sydnor. D. S. Quentin. A. B. Penn, Mrs A. M. Craf ton, Charles W. Callear. R. W. Wood? man. Dr. S. W. Budd, Dr. R. A. Martin, lt. H. Valentine, and O. A. Flttz, of Pe? tersburg. The poultry' exhibits are very fine. There Is a splendid exhibition of cut flowers. Among the most beautiful of these was the display of variegated dahlias by Master Richard Cameron, who was awarded first prize. Bread and Cake- Department. This department is very full and very select. Awards were given as follows: Bread and cake?Mrs. George Pe gram, judge. Special?One large loaf fyeast risen) snd one dozen biscuits. Miss Elizabeth Patterson.' first; Mrs. Ben Harrison, second. Sally I.un?Mrs. John B. Buchanan, first: Mrs. R. O. Egerton. second. Graham bread?M!sf Flora St. John, first; Miss Mary A. IJ->nd, second. corn bread?Mr? Ben Harrison, first: Miss Ann R. Smith, second. Beaten biscuit?M!?^ Mary A. Bond, first; MIPS Kate Stockdale. second. Marble rake?Mrs H \V. Daniel. firM- Mr.?. Carl Grossman, second Chocolate layer cake?Mrs James P. Coleman. first. Miss Flora St. John, second. ? Caramel cake?Mis? Flora St. John, first; Mrs Charles o Godsey. second. Icing on cuke?Miss M. E. Boiling, first: Mrs. H. W. Daniels, second. Six buns?Miss Mary A. Bond, first; M-s. Thomas Y. Sydnor. second. '"Untrer snap*, one dozen?Mrs Ben j Tl-irrison. first: Mrs. Thomas V. Sydnor. second. Sugir cakes?Mrs. Ben Harrison, first; Mrs. P. M. Taylor, Chester, sec-r ond. Three snowballs?Miss M. E Roll? ing, first: Mrs. V. M. Wilkerson. Church Road, second. Small fancy cake??Mrs R. R Men chum first- Miss M E Rollins, second. Candy?Mrs. E. IT. Patteson. ludpre? Tfalf pound sea fosTn?Mrs. Turren tlre, flrst: Miss M. E. Rollins, second. Half pound eocoanut?Miss Helen Newton, first: Miss M. E. Boiling, sec? ond. Hnlf pound peppermint--Mrs R. R. Meacham. first. Half pound caramels?Miss C. A. Green, first; Mis. M. E. Boiling, sec? ond Miscellaneous?Home cured h.ttr.? T. A. Malone. Cnrson. Vn.. first: W. Ecotton. Ammnn. Va.. pecond. Hermitage Oolf Tnnrnament. The fall rolf Imirnam'Til at the Hermi? tage Oolf Club was nnlsheil this week, and the winners were as fo'lows: Class A rrhamnlcnshlp of the club). W. P. Wood: class B. D. H. Rucker; class C, C. H. Dun away. Otey Goora-e. the professional who was here two years sro. Is Klvtns lessons at the Hermltace now. and the number of ncople trkln<c from him shows the Increas? ing Inters! In golf. The tennis tournament is atlll oil. The Steinway Is a piano that pauses for its full value In every land. It is like the gold coin o( the rculni?worth what Its face- calls for. We have many olhor high grade pianos. Write us for free catalogue. Walter D. Moses & Co. 103 E. Broad St. Oldest Music House in Va. and N. C. DISCUSS SUBJECT OF BIBLE STUDY Feature of Virginia State Stu? dents' Institute at Ashland. ISpectal to The Times-Dispatch] Ashland. Vo., October'20.?The sec? ond day of the Virginia Htate Student! bible und Mission .Study Institute closed with a full attendance of! 'delegates and an even greater spirit j I of Interest and attention. The asso | elation was addressed in the early fore I noon on the subject of the "Organiza? tion and Training of Bible Study Com? mittee." The lecture proved interest? ing and Instructive, br. Wcutherford, | secretary of the South, in his usual! forceful manner presented to his heur- j era a short but matter of luct talk on "Bible Study Courses and Literature." [ At 2:30 P. M. Dr. Wealherford spoke on the close relationship of the Book j of Hosea to present day lives. Mr. Wcufherford was followed by W.1 J. Wllcox, the general secretary at Washington and Lee t'nlveraity. In a practical half-hour's talk be presented the need of "Normal Classes and Truln- ' Ing of Leaders." so necessary to good ? work in the Bible study. He spoke: of the problems of procuring good leaders: of how Pennsylvania had adopted the expedient of local alumni for this purpose, but of how the facul? ty whb the logical place from which; to select such men. To-night the association was ad- j dressed by Mrs. Jackson Davis on olh-ir ? Phiises of the Bible and Its study. The delegates representing the i schools from the entire Stute have arrived and are being hospitable cared for by the e/urches of the town. The situation Is an ideal one, and the meet? ing promises to be one of the great-: est If not the best In Its history. Delegates from Rundnlph-Macon Col- 1 I'C "ie O. D. Naylor. L W. Hendrick? son. T. I- Llpscomh and Pop Hollo way. W J. ttoyd. J. Rivers Chlldr. P. P. Cynn. C. O. Blnnton. M. P. Hardy, W. L Allen. Kdwnrd Fleming Sheffey. Will nc Married To-Dny. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] j Baltimore. October 20.?A wedding Of much Interest to Rlchmonders and ' Virginians will take place In this city \ to-morrow, when Miss Leila Stuart Ooode, the young daughter of Mrs. I>ellP. Symington Ooode. will be mar? ried to nobert Rdward Lee Tavlor. of Norfolk. Va.. son of Colonel and Mrs. Walter S. Taylor, of Norfolk. A large number of guests from Richmond and Petersburg will attend. . The ceremony will he performed at I oVleek to-morrow afternoon In St. David's Hplsconal Church. Itoland Park, by ths bride's creat-uncle. Rev. W. H, H. Powers, of Trinity Protestant F.pis.-opa] Church. Towson. He will be assisted by Rev. T. C Foote, rector of St. David's Church. The ushers will be Ple.isnnton Con? quest of trtlchmond: Charles F McTn tosh, .1. Snundcrs Tavlor. Harold Wrenn and Hufus Pirks, of Norfolk: Paul A. Decener. of Plttsburtr. Pa;, and Charles J. Symington, of Baltimore. The bridesmaids will be Miss Mary Rrookc and Miss Kllzabeth Brooke, of Norfolk: Miss Sonhle Coode. of Wash Ineton. D C: M<v Sarah Hamilton and Miss Roberta Hamilton, of Peters bnrar. Va.: Mls? Helen DeWIt? ?riims. of Richmond- Miss Elisabeth Lloyd, of New York City, and Mlsr, Katharine Barton Jones, of Baltimore. Miss Clare I Randol-ih Ooode will be mnid of honor, and C. Wiley Oranby. of Norfolk, will lie bpst man. ".MAKES LIFE'5 WALK EASY" Lace or button?you'll find both in the new Crossetts. No. 137 is a business-like style for the young man. Plenty of snap here, also in No. 2621?a winter tan and a just right button model. See all the Crossett styles, f / $4. to $6. everywhere Lewis A. Crossett, Inc., Maker North Abington, Maw. BLUES PLANNING BIG TRACK MEET Takes Place of George Washing? ton University in South? ern Games. If arrangements cun be completed the Richmond Light Infantry Blues will pull off one ?f the biggest in-! door track meets ever held In the' South this winter. Tho athletic com- j mlttee of the mlll|ary organization will take tip the question shortly, and after a conference with several out- ] of-town advisers will announce a dc-j cislon. Now that George Washington Uni? versity, of Wushinglon. D. C\, has de-' lermlned to out loose from athletics, the usual i.ie, track meet held In the capital city will not take place. This leaves a big hole In Southern track athletics. It Is the Idea of the Blues to ill) this gap. It Is believed that the Horse Show BuUdlng pan be secured for the purpose, and. If it can, It will make an Ideal place In which to hold the games. It Is further (believed that all of the larger Northern colleges will send teams to Itlchmond. Harvard, Yale, Swarthmdre, Cornell and Princeton each had teums at the Washington meet last year. Equal Inducements, could be offered them to come to Itlch? mond. Naturally all of the plans are us yet purely tentative, but an effort will be made to pull off the games. The . Blues have a number of truckmen who would be eligible to the meet. The University of Virginia would unques? tionably be represented, as would the various scbools and colleges through the State. It is even hinted thaj, the Hartford Foot Guards, the military or? ganization which Is on such friendly: terms with the Blues, could be Induced to send a relay team to compete. Illchmond would gladly welcome such an event, and It would be lib-: erally supported. CRUTCHFIELU CEF ] FUR THjRTV DAYS! Council Gives Him Vacation and Puts 'Squire Griggs on Daily Job. Justice John Jeter Crutchlleld, vet? eran of the Police Court and known of all the sinners, thieves, burglars and Inebriates south of the Polomuc River and north of the Gulf of Mexico und* east of tin- Ohio River and west of the sweeping Atlantic, leaves to-night foi a month's furlough. He is going to spend a much needed vacation at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George B. Wright, of Bunkie. La.. In the land ol cotton and sugar cane. The One John wants to rest, and he said yesterday that he was aweartcd of months and months of trllas and tribulations. The trials are of other people; the tribute tlona are all his own. Recently the Council granted him a : thirty days' vacation. He will spend It all in I^ulsiana, where he makes an annual visit. 'Squire Wilbur Griggs will preside at the bar of Justice tn his absence. As he wrote "sixty days" opposite the name of J. M. Green, the lust to be called In the Police. Court yesterday. ; the veteran justice sighed und said: "I'm glad It Is nearly over. I'm going away for thirty days myself, and with me it will he a real holiday. There Is no better cook In the land than my daughter, and the sun nowhere 6hlnes> so bright as in Louisiana. I'm going, down for a complete rest." But. sinners, he will return. So be? ware of the day that he comes back, for Justice Crutchtlcld can "come buck." GIFT TO BAPTIST ORPHANAGE}. Itoannke tluatneaa Man Donates J-,".oo for Erection of h'e?v Printing Office. .[Special to The Tlmes-Ditpaich.] ? Salem, Vs., October 20.?The Baptist! Orphanage at Salem has received from W. W. Boxley. a prominent man of Poannke, a donation to the amount of $2.500 to be used towards the erection of the new printing office and laundry to replace that which was burned some time ago. The building committee met Wed nf-Aiy morning and authorized an arcTiltect to examine the site and pre I ire plans and specific.itions for same, to be presented to the executive board, ?which meets next Thursday. The new building will cost about $1.000. and nil the money Is now In the hands of the committee. There was Jl.snn Insurance on the old build? ing, which will he used towards the equipment of the prilling offic?. but there are no funds In view for the laundry equipment. .?AM R AMBRY CONVICTED. Gets Sentence of Thirteen Years for Murder In Second Degree. (Special to The Ttmes-Dls.patch.1 Bedford City. Vs., October 10.?Tn the trial of Sam Ramsey for the mur? der of his brother, Boyd Bamaev, tho arguments wore concludeil and the case submitted to the Jury this after? noon. After retiring- for about fifteen minutes, the Jury returned a ve.-dlct of murder in the second d?g-e?. firing the punishment nt confinement for thirteen years In the penitentiary. Football To-Day VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA Virginia vs. St. John's, at Char lolleavllle. V. P. I. VS. Western .Maryland, at Ulseksburg. Georgetown vs. Richmond College, at Richmond. Washington and Lee vs. Wake Forest, at Lexington. V. M. I. vs. Rnndolph-Mai-on, at Lexington. Ilnmpdeu-Sldney vs. University College of Medicine, at Horupilen Sldney. William nnd Mary vs. Fredrrlcks burg College, at Wllllamsburg. Carolina vs. Davidson, at Char? lotte. OTHER GAMES. Vale vs. West Point, at West Point. Pennsylvania vs. Brown, at Phlla. delpbla. Harvard vs. Amherat, at Cam? bridge. Princeton vs. Annapolis, at An? napolis. Cornell vs. Waeblqgton and Jef? ferson, at Khncn. Dartmouth vs. Williams, nt Han? over, Carlisle vs. Plttabnrg, nt Pitts burg. Kyracnse Lafayette, nt Syra? cuse. Holy Cros? vs. Amherat Aggies, nt Worcester. Minnesota vs. Nebraska, nt Min? neapolis. Chicago vs. Illinois, nt Chicago. Michigan va. Ohio State, at Ann Arbor. Georgia vs. Serranee, nt Athens. Hampden-Sidncy to Play Uni? versity College of Medicine To-Day. [Special to The Tlmcs-DIspatch.) Hiimpden-Sldney. Va-. Octobi r - With one more game to be played be? fore the beginning of the champion? ship series and the one to-morrow ] against the University College of Med-1 lctne. Hampden-Sldney, although to great extent crippled, is fast rounding j Into ihopc. For the last three evenings thel scrimmages have been the hardest and fastest seen on Venable Field for! years. In yesterduy's scrimmage, al? though buekrng against an exceeding? ly strong Scrub team, the varsity gulned ground at will, working sue-j cessfully many forwaid passes. Crged| on by the entire student body, bothj varsity and scrubs played as If in a; real bailie- . ? ' Coach Cecil, who during the first! part of the season directed most of his attention to his line, is now spend llig much of his time on the back fields. In to-morrow's game Coach Cecil will be able to more easily detect the weak points in his team, for the team to be played is one which is in llamp den-Sldney'tt class, and in all prob-] abliltv there will be many changes In the line-up before it tackles Richmond College next SaturSay. Captain Lewis, who has been out of the game for the past two weeks, and also Payne, who has been acting tap tain In his atiSence. will be out of fhe ghme. Payne Is oUt oh account of a sprained ankle received at Wash? ington and Lee last Saturday. At a mass-meeting of the student body last night, at which Coach Cecil, Mr. Brock and Manager Hundley' ( spoke, much Spirit was aroused. On a ! vote of the athletic holiday was de : elded to be taken on the 11th of No? vember, when Hampden-Sldney meets Randolph-Macon at Broad Street Park In Richmond. MAN FOUND DEAD IN PULLMAN BERTH [Special tj The Tlmes-Hlspatch.J Covington. Va., October 20.?R. Brunl dette, aged sixty-six years, a promi nent business man of New York City, was found dead from apoplexy here, this morning. In his berth on a Chesa? peake and Ohio sleep&r, en route from ' New York to Hot Springs, Va. He was 1 accompanied by his wife, who stated that her husband appeared quite well when he retired at about 11 o'clock last night. They had a compartment, he taking the upper berth and his wife the lower. She heard no sound during the night, and was completely pros- i trated when the Pullman porter found , her husband dead. The remains were j taken to Hot Springs and will be taken j to New York to-night. Visible Supply of Cotton. New Orleans. October 20.?Secretary Hester's statement of the world's vis? ible supply of cotton. Issued to-dav, shows the total visible Is 3,133,853, against 2.7G3.07? last week, and 2,7046, ir>9 last year. Of this the total of American cotton Is 2.SOS.S53. against, 2,226,079 last week, and 2.195.499 last year, and of all other kinds, Including Egypt. Brazil. India. etc.. 525. nOO against 537,000 last week an<j 550.000 i last year. Of the world'R visible supply of cot- I ton there Is now afloat and held In' Great Britain and Continental Europe! 1.?12.000. against 1.439.000 last year;| In Egypt. 70.000. against 104.000 last) year; In India, 25,000, against 20t',,0001 last year, and In the united States, j 1,198,000 against 995,000 last year. fie. the Original, and Genuine HORLP8" MALTED i _ The Food-drink for All Ages. ? or Inf ants, Invalids, and Growing children. ?ureNutriuon,up building the whole body, nvigorates the nursing mother and the aged. ^Ich milk, malted grain, in powder form. i quick lunch prepared in a minute, ake no substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S. fof in Any Milk Trust Will become healthier, happier and stronger by eating Bromm's Bread. It makes good, red blood, and the blood is the life of any body. You'll lind your boy and girl will study better and play better if given plenty of our sweet, wholesome, nutritive bread. Remember that it costs no more than the other kind. BROMM 516 E. Marshall Street, 501 W. Broad Street. % 1?H AMERICAN ANDmEUROP&AN AVttkPa jr % Tan AMERICAN AND) Sauer THE BEST ^ BY EVERY Jttt t^OHE "fa f? vored few" go abroad tor their fashions, but "HIGH-ART" Clothes fetch the fashions of the Continent ? right, to your' door. The Suits and Overcoats made b y "HIGH-ART" tailors are pre? cise counterparts of the "crea? tions" of the steep-cost " drap ers . VERY caprice of the mode is needled into "HIGH ART" Clothes, plus "honor-tailoring" that makes the J style, which is alluring at first glance, enduring to the last hour. "HIGH-ART" Clothes are on view at nearly every shop that sets satisfaction to the customer above mere sale. Find the "HIGH ART" label in the breast-pocket of the coat. A Pictorial Exposition of the season's most applauded modes has been set aside for you. Write for it to STROUSE & BROS. Makers of "High-Art" Clothes BALTIMORE. MD. DABNEY BROS. & CO., 6 E. Broad St. Jm WOOD IS ELECTED CAPTAIN OF TEAM Named by Virginia Football Letter-Men to Succeed "Ted" Bowen. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Charlottesvllle, Va., October 20.?The letter men on the Virginia footoallj squad met this afternoon an<) elected! Joe Wood as catptaln of the team to' succeed "Ted" Bowen. who withdrew from college Wednesday, the day he eloped to Washington ahj married Miss Mary Blanton. of Lexington. I Wood Is a son of the lute Warner! Wood, of "Farmlngton," this county,) one of the wealthiest land owners in ; Albemarle, and received his first foot- I ball training at the Kplscopul High I School, where he played centre for tw.oj years on teams captained by pendle-' ton. th? Princeton star. The Tiger: athlete spent summer before last at; "Farmlngton" as an Instructor In a! school conducted by the Wood b/others. j Wood Is a third year student in the academic department. He played centre on the varsity eleven last year, I and has starred in every game in1 which he has participated this season. I He Is rive feet ten Inches tall, and j weighs 160 pounds. The Virginia team was put through a lively scrimmage to-day In prepara- j tlon for the game to-morrow with St. John's College, of Annapolis. It looks now as if Todd w,IU be played at quarter for the remainder of the season. The urgent need of; heavier hacks was made very apparent ? In the Swarthmoro contest. Todd. Goodhue, Smith and Parrel] composed the ibackfield to-day. Harris alternated with Smith nt right half. Ooodhue will do most of the punting, now that Bowen Is gone. Three of | his kicks to-day averaged fifty yards. YELLOW JACKETS MEETVJ.I.TO-DAY (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Ashland, Vn., October 20.?The Han dolph-Macon football squad of eighteen I men left Ashland to-day for Lexington, iwheie they will play the Virginia Mil j itury In8ttlutc to-morrow. The Yel? low Jackets have been' working hard this week, developing Interference for the backs and improving the defensive work of the line. Tho left half back's position (s being hotly contested for by three men?Blount. Gaele and Oca ton. Biotint seems the best man of tho three when It conies to running in? terference and close tackle plays, while Gayle's strong point IS. his defenslvo work. . Cleaton has a knack of picking holes and running back punts, but Is weak on the defense. Tho rest of the team will line up as In tho Richmond Colloge game, with the exception of Hopkins, who will be back In his position at full back. The Virginia Military Insttute tja?, a strong :c .m this your and will run up as large scoro us possible but the Yellow JucUets have a nard light? ing team, and will scrap for ever) Inch or groind. With Ives punting, the score ouirht not to be very large, because Ives Is getting bettor and bet? ter every day nnd Is averaging between thirty-five and forty yards each game. Although the material on :he Whole is not us good as last year's. Coueli ' Warren has put together a good eleven, and Is developing some good, clean ' football players. Allen?OMtiurn. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] | Winchester. Vn., October 20.?Zion Protestant Episcopal Church, of Charlestown, W. Va? was the scene of: n pretty wedding at il o'clock Wednes-; day evening, when Miss Alice Manning Osburn, daughter of tho lute Mr. and Mrs. Logan Osblirnj of Kaldelown. Jef? ferson county, hecame Hie bride of David Hume Allen, of Summit Point, that county. Tho ceremony was'per? formed by the rector, Rev. John S.' Alfrlond. The sanctuary was beauti? fully decorated with palms, ferns and cut flowers, the color scheme being white and green. The bride came Into church with her uncle, Dr. Henry Cas tleman. of Martinsburg, w. Vn.. by whom she was given in marriage. Miss Laura Mitchell Osburn. sister of tho bride, was maid of honor. Arthur Holmes Allen, of Richmond, u brother Of the groom, was best mun, and the ushers were Dr. Louts M. Allen, Of Winchester, another brother of the groom: A. L Withers, Bowles Fon? taine Llppltt and Harry Warden, all of Clarke county. The wedding music was rendered by Miss Jane C. Moor.-, of Berryvllle. After the ceremony the young couple left in an automobile for Harper's Perry, where they hoarded a Baltimore and Ohio Itnilroad train for tho North. [Special to Tho. Times-Dispatch.) Danville. Va.. October "0.?The clos? ing day of the fair was children's day, and the youngsters wer a out n>y thou? sands, the crowd Increasing slowly until noon,.and it grew rapidly in num? bers as the afternoon advanced. There a.is another enormous crowd to-night to witness the farewell fireworks and free trapeze and neri.il performances, A feature of the Unat duv wuh u baby show. Mr. and Mrs. N. A, Fitz? gerald's buy took first prise; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slephens's, second, and the llrst and only prize for girls went to tho daughter o? Mr. and Mrs. VV. It Nash, also of Danville. Despite the very Inclement weather on the opening day. tho fair Is said to be the most successful ever held. WILMINGTON HIGH SC HOOL WINS FROM I'AVH'I'I'llVll.MC I Special to The Times-Dispatch.] FayetteVllle, n. i\. Qetober 20.?Tho Wilmington High School defeated Don : Id son Military School al football here this afternoon by the score of 8 to (Jl winning by :< touch back In the fourth nunrtor, when Stowe was thrown ba hlnd his own goal. Ft. Burnett, full back of Wilmington, and Townsend. full back of Doimldaon. formerly of Greensboro High School, played the Same practically nlone, and Town send's injury In the third quarter prob? ably caused Donaldson's defeat. B? H? > IIBMMIMMMMWMI ? ? ? 11 H|i?H [Reorganization Sale STILL GOING ON I Mr. H. N. Francis Having! Purchased the II Virginia Plumbing and Heating Co. I I " 26 N. Ninth Street 1 II We have still quite a large stock of attractive and useful articles not yet I Bathroom Specialties, Gas and Coal Ranges, Bathtubs, Closets, Lavatories, H I Fireplace Trimmings, Mantel Tiling. I Not included in this sale is a large and attractive stock of Lindsay Burners ? ;I and Mantels, Lindsay " Magic" Inverted Lights, 37c each complete. Mantels from 10c to 35c. Twenty per cent, reduction by the dozen. I We have just received a large stock of |j ' VULCAN ODORLESS GAS HEATERS. ; No other heaters compare with them in attractiveness. Economical in Eg ? use and positively odorless.