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$ V i.V 3 1 - inBS?. A $ J 5 A.-- " V "fc W V $ IPPWIH ou gains in broken lots, in off toes- AND S AT PRICES GIVEN NONE OF THE AbOVE SENT OUT ON APPROVAL, OUR Clothing OES. I -will BUY thorn lor Cash. V L ....tlilAta 1. ifnnanwfvcs can mauj UfcW about tbo hoosc tod much worn for wear, but too W to throw away. Gather them upland, send them to me card and I will or notify me bypostjd call for them. J VnrtiM desirine aood second hanil clothing or shoes wil find n large as sortment at my Place, . r..nniriHl. HVe have first' class workmen emploUd, and can do vour work on short uoucc; win for jour repair work unnotified and will also deliver it. 211 Court t. CHAS. NORWOOD, WEATHER REPORT. Louisville. Ky.,Jan. 12. Weather threatening; showers Wednesday. Stationary temperature. LOCAL MENTION. Married In Central City. Mr. Tom Staulleld and Miss Lillic Miller were married Sunday at the bride's home in Central City, and came to Paducab. Last night a was tendered the couple at the residence of the groom's father, 1030 Jackson street. Mr. Stanflcld is a well kuown fireman on the Illinois Central. Those Safe Blowers. The store of Stokes & Barnes, at Water Valley, is the one broken mto Sundav uicht by safe blowers, who Nice, Clean Papers. Twenty for five cents at this ollicc. otlcc. As a settlement of,thc estate of B. u'oiti.. r ilnciisedl. must be made by February!, 1897, all parties knowing thcmscvc9 indebted to the firm of B. Weille V&n will call at once and settle. Respectfully, J5115 B. Wr.iLLK & So.v. "ThcyXecdlt. An effort is on foot to organize a branch ot the Y. M. C. A. at May-Held. State Secretary Rosevear, Local Secretary J. A. Schaad and Mr. J. D. Moequot were in Mayfield Sunday to take the initiatory steps. K.iini! Crowd Hut Good Show. The entertainment given at tho Y. M. C. A. auditorium by Miss Cam eron Boone, of Mayfield, elocution- i.t nml Miss hathuruio Boouc. or Charleston, Mo., vocalist, for the benefit of the Trimble Street M. K. church, was roost pleasing, but the audience was distressingly small. Despite this discouraging featuro the young ladles cxericii won great oppiausu themselves and from the entuu biasticcroivd. Trial in Grin os. Jim Powers and John Reed, the former of Meulmnlcsburg, and tho latter of Oaks, county, trial at Carter's Mill. Gn county, ouay, ior uwm i Reed, near Oaks, Christmas lv are Graves ve. A Business ClmiiKc. Mr lilaud J. Breeden, a graduate of Vandcrbilt University, and a most talented young uruggwi, .. .. B the drag store owned by Joha Hall, conier of Ninth and Trimble ntrcets, ,,ndlHUi'rettcrgho his utteutioii to tho business. Please Notice, Knworthians. The Union Kpworth Lwwuo meets nnlffht at 7:30 o'clock at the Third UcctMB. church. Allfriendsare invited to attend. A special pro- Bnramu.0 tas been arranged for tho Reed. PERSONALS. Male is in the is back from T?pv. II. B. Johnson will prcacu at tho Union Gospel Mission tonight. Jim Gray, of the Evarisville Grain Company, is at tho Palmer House. Editor L. Phclan, of tbc Metropolis "Democrat," was in the city yesterday. Mrs. C. B. James and sou, of Jacksou, Tcnn., nre guests of Mr.T. J. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Nick 1'opp are happy over the arrival of a fine girl baby. Hon. John L. Grayot and wife arrived from Princeton at noou en route to Smithland. Misses Cameron and Catherine Boouc went to Mayfield at noon today. John Miller, Jr., returned to Union City this afternoon nfter a Brief visit to his parents. Mr. S. C. Wilson, a prominent tobacco merchant of Farraington, is in the city attending tho tobacco sales. Architect McArdle, of St. Louis, returned home this afternoon "TJ,. T,,i . nnd ; visit to his father-in-law, Rev J.I1U llUIItu uviu .-... ., trace of the robbers when the trains arrived. Mr. Victor Van Do city. Mr. Chas. Abbott Mayflcld. Moses Starr is with the Paducnh Cycle Works. lion. L. II. James, of Mariou.is at the Palmer. E. M. Johnston, of Princeton, is at the Palmer. Mayor Clem Whittcmore returned to May Held this afternoon. Col Lucieu Anderson returned to Mayfield this afternoon. after a B. K. Mr. J. C. Marshall, of W icklillc, and Mr. John Vlckcrs, oi iunu Citv, two of tho best Republicans iu the state, arc visiung in uic i, - day. Postman Chas. Halliday, who has been ill for several days, was out to- dav for the first time si nee bis pros- .Mr. Girardey's W'orhe Than KcporteU. Mr. L. C. Girardey's loss yesterday afternoon by fire was greater That's LC" TO CLEAN OUT WE PUT ON SALE TOR 81.25-Ladics' Dongola Welts, Turns and M. S. small sizes, worm f,n, 81 no In 4.00. $1.50Ladlca' Dongola 1-Vir StUdl, for winter use, wcro 82 00. $ 00-Ladics' Dongola Welts, broken sizes, worth $3.00. 83 68 Ladles' Lace or button ' Ox Blood, New ' Toes, Welts, handsome worth 3.Q0 82 OS-Ladies' Xacc or Button Welts, all now toes, worth M and 81. 81 OS Ladles' Dongola Spring llccls, Wfiw, oesi, cueap m c w. 82 25 Men's Enamel uau uais, bizcs uiu, nu . v 8.1 To Men's Pat. Leajiur, Needle Toe sizes broken, sold at 85.50. i) 00 Men's Broad Tbo, Kangaroo, v,ong , uom iu 9o.w. .a . i..... ntiiifi'n Rnbhers. heel, sites brokea. IU UU1D V,u.. , . . , 23 cents buys Man's Rubbers, clogs, sizes broken. OU t:ii uu.. . 25 ta uuys I I T7..H of Shoes, and great bar- I ELLIS, RUDY ft PHILLIPS . T Cam Metropolis Clippings tor Kindling, SAVE Cast-Off could not bo learned. " T- - .. -?,- irf'irr V" K 9-' IT WAS "PULIXD. Wlin t tho J m m m M 4 U coal uo. ill) 8. inira sinrar. ibibuuuu . - Pittsburgh "H MnHenrv Coal, The Best on the Market. t Pittsburgh coke. Mayor's Leg Got. Mayor Yciser was not charged with doing anvthing grossly wrong in the Si-v vosterdav. It was simply shown that he failed to realize how to "let well enough alone." The city was .wivirnr S2 n dav or $50 a month for license to run the Windsor The atre. . I he mayor, apparently without just cause, saw fit to increase the license from 82 to 820 a day, which was optioual with him, expecting, to eithei break up the show or else extort an exorbitant license. There happened to .be other provi sions in the license law, however, anil by virtue of these the show is still rnnnlnir. nud is navinc 82 a week where it paid 812 a week, until the mayor's otllciousness wrought chanire. Whatever the mayor's object was in raising the license, it amounted to naught, and has resulted iu pecuniary loss to the city. This is all the Si s said, and it is true. It has elicited no denial from the mayor. TOUGHS TAKEN BACK. Marshal Crouch Comes After Uojs Captured Here. Marshal Crouch, of Metropolis came dow n yesterday afternoon took charge of Omar Rose. Lynn Wilson, the two young who created a disturbance nt trntinn. but is not vet able to resiimo. Mr Lew's, on Sixth street. and and men the Baptist church in Metropolis Sunday and afterwards assaulted Deacoii T. S. Coley because he thrcatcil to get warrants against thcai. They walked to Brooklyn and came up from thete on the Cowling, being arrostcd by Qlllccr Sherman Phillips. l'KIGHTKNBD AWAY. Unsuccessful Attempt to Get Into Mr. Levy's Residence. Last night burglars attempted to break into Mr. D. J. Levy's resi lience, comer of Hovouui nun streets, while tho family was at .mrir I Tim cook discovered the men t i 1 .. on,l fnillilv linVO (...nntlnrr tf fTl ill tllO wiudoW nlld HIT. u, 11. i mjtui - - vv., ,,,,.... B . , .,., i.nir roilnnfin onorth them nwav. anu tuey Seventh to the rcsidenco recently retreated to the corner, where they cunicd bvMr. and Mis. Whitfield remained for soiuo time. lucre Russell, on Eighth street. Mr. Victor Van De .Male has completed his thirteenth year with the W. P. Gettys &SonProision Company, St. Louis. He was iu the city today en route to Memphis on business. His bride, (nee Miss Ella Gray), is now at Crcal, but Mr. and Mrs. Van Do Male will reside at Jacksou, Tcnn. 1,300 LOSS. were two or mem, to be colored. and they seemed LAST KITLS. than at first estimated. meii yeiterday, were taken to Illi- His piano factory at Seventh and . ,i.i. inornjiff to bo interred at Washington caught firo from an e- t)0 a graveyard, back of Brook' plosiou oi a sicrcopueon uuup, mw ,. a. -. f 1 I....1 lt..l.tnjl .1 short had iij;iiii. a air. ijirnruey time before, and extinguished, as he thought. He stated to a Sex this morning that the damage will probably exceed $1,200. MIN1STEKAL MEETING. Gathering of Kentucky and Preachtrs. Row W. K. Ponrod, of tho First Baptist church, left at noon to attend a meeting of the South-western iKcntucky nnd Tennessee Mintsteral Association, which tonight and lasts until Thursday. Rev. Penrod is the only minister from the city who will attend, and he will return Thursday after i.'iinciiils of Those Who Died lerday.; The funeral of Mrs. O. W. is set for Thursday aftcrnocn. It is not thought that her father, Rev. Win. lluber, of Attica, N. Y., will arrivo before Thursday. Rev. Johns, of Evansville, has been telegraphed, and will probably conduct lhe obsequies. Tho remains of Mrs, Alvin At- klin. of North Seventh street, who Tho funeral of the late John Mayer will take place tomorrow (Wcilucs day) afternoon at a o'clock from the family residence, 811 Washington street. Burial at Onk Grove. Rev. W. E. Cave will conduct the services, The funeral of thelato Mr. Alf P. Rogers will take place at Smithland tomorrow forenoon, as auuounccd elsewhere. Sinull l'iro at Mayileld. A small cabin near the college at Mayfield burned last night. A rt. poit rcaclieu tiic city tins inormnc that It was the resldtmco of Sheriff Scott Cook, but this proved to be in correct. The name of tho occupaut RAILROAD RUMBLINGS, Items of interest ltclativo to the Hailroarts and ltailroud People. N., C. AND ST. !.. Sunt. W. J. HUls MILKIOB. left this a for Nashville on train 104. 111, Noah Wcndcl takes chargo of section No. 2 tomorrow tempor irily. Engineer Henry Buck is off duty on account of sickness In his family. iimUcmen Jim Ealey and Will Lewis are resting this trip ami giviug the extras a show. Conductor Atwood came in on 10 last night, after relinquishing tho pile driver layout to Charlie Scott. Conductor M. B. Austin, of the local freights, takes cuarge oi am Sugars' run on through freight for awhile. Engine 5, with Duffy nud Hicks as bowers, takes the 122's run for the future and left ou time this p. in. towing train 108. All the boys arc happy today ; the whvncss thereof is accounted for by reason of the coming of the pay car this eveniug at the usual hour Engineer Tom Englcrt laid on to-day to attend tho funeral of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Alvin Atkins. She will be buried in Brooklyn, III. Rmkeman Hocwood stops over this trip to get better acquainted with the little stranger who came to his house while he was out last trip. Engine 122 took the place of the 306 on local south this a. in. Engineer Ben Rogers and Firemau Bob ayniek sat on her boxes. Couductor Sam Sugars has donned the company's livery of blue and will pull the cords and gather shekels onthe mail trains for somo weeks. Conductor Tucker and Engineer Ron nre steerinc the treasure Vans for the city today. They never disappoint the boya, and always come as adTcrtiscu. Couductor Kirkland has taken a furlough and with his wife will pay a visit to relatives in Oakland, Cal. They leave in n day or so for their long ride. Conductor Alex Waddle will take seals and numbers on local freights for thn lime bcinc. Buck Brannon anil "Away-Back Mose" Story will be his circular artists. Chief Clerk J. R. Dorris took a spin down the road this morning. It is safe to say his beaming countenance will be seen on the pay car when she arrives this rening. Born to the wife of uraKeman PrnnW ilncrwnod. on Sundav last, a fine baby boy. He is a little giant tipping the beam at eleven pounds and is as plump as a partridge. A'grand ball "masque" was given atStcgcr's hall last night. Some thirty-five couolcs participated, among them being several railroad men. All present had an enjoyable time. Conductor Charlie Scott, of the pile driver force, came in Saturday night and spent two days with us. Rusticating seems to agree with "Old Dummy." He looks fat and saucy. Olllccr Henry Singcry, the acting night chief of the police, was up our way tho other night looking after matters official. Mr. Singcry was an efficient patrolman and would no doubt make an excellent chief should he be selected to fill the office permanently. Conductor J. II. Kirklaud cut his hand quite painfully on his la3t trip to Memphis. In crossing from one platform to the other he stubbed his too on a chafing iron and in falling forward ran his hand through a window, tho glass cutting his digits and wrist. The academy at Hardin, Ky., on the line of this road was opened with every prospect for a prosperous term. Botweon fifty and Bixty boarding pupils were enrolled with others to arrive. The school is conducted by Profs. T. D. Brown and M. D. Pace, assisted by a competent corps of assistants. Tho funeral rites over the remains of Mr. John W. Wayncsburg, of Memphis, were paid at the grave in Elmwood, that city, on Sunday last at 3 ji. m., and were participated in by the Odd Fellows and tho Confederate Veterans, of both which organization lie was a member. He was nn old and influential citicn of Mem phis, and will be sadly missed by nlj who knew him. The Barnhill stock yards, situated on the transfer track between this and the I. C. roads, is an extensive (is well as growing enterprise. Slnco thclr sheds wcro dc&troyed by fire some months since they have been most.lv replaced by larger and better ones, and there are still others under nonstruetion. Numbers of carloads qt cattlo and hoga arc handled weekly, and tlip Messrs. Barnhill are clever, popular, and enterprising gentle-men nnd deserving of all success. Tho "Hobo" camp out at thc"Y" was uearlv deserted yesterday after noon, only two of tho gang being huddled around the fire. It was amusing to hear each telling the other tho rackets they worked to obtain such things as they wanted. One big, stout, fellow showed n tmir of shoes ho had becccd from somo charitably inclined lady, whilo ho already possessed a pair of hotter quality. T he game he playod to get thrm was. that ho picked up on tho commons two of tho worst old thrown away shoes he could find, put mem on whilo he secreted his own ami went from door to door until ho In inducinc tho lady to be- iinvn lils talc of woe. and giving him . nnw wJilrh he stated were for "Squint-Eye," his pard. Tho other tramp had ai least n half dozen handouts, nnd they wore- masticating doughnuta hen tho writer loft, A very important rnootlug of tbo wnmpn's committee of tho Y. M. C. A. will bo held on 7cdnday morn Inc at 10 130 o'clock. A full ct u uttuca. SEVERAL WARRANTS. A Short Session of Police Court. MoU No Court Tomorrow. of the tinned. Cases Today -A Small Boy Flood. Con- .itiiluoSandcrs issued warrants this forenoon against Buck and George McGcliec, Laura Bryor nnd Frank Minor for engaging in a inuuini flcht yesterday, and against Jerry Davis and Gillie Travis for lighting. All of the defendants are in the look up and Judge Sanders sam un I morning that tho whole layout ought I to be in jail, even if It were at the expense of the tax payers, for such a course woiiiu ue oi wciueum'iu "-n. , .nnlnlr. As a rule, such nlo rotolee when they cet in the jail or lockup, ior nicy a"j more there than at home. liae The case against Richard colored, charged wiih striking Mary .Minor and threatening to kill her with a knife, was dismissed as the complainant failed to show-up. The case against Joe Daidsou, alias " Pistol" charged with engaging in a mutual fight with George Trice, also colored, was continued until Thursday, and the defendant was recognized for his appearance. The case against Everet Boyd, charged with feeding nothing to his three horses uut siauie m'"" and stove wood, was dismissed, as the evidence did not sustain the charge. Will Martin, colored to a dark degree, was present to answer to n chargo of jumping on and off street cars while in motion. Judge Sanders rmnnrked that this was done every day and left the case open to ascertain how many times the defendant had committed the offenc. He was recognized for his appearance day. Colcmau White, colored, was lined 810 and costs for throwing rocks at Curtis Tapscott, Oiite, and attempting to cut him. White is but 12 or 13 years old, and has started on his downward course with good prospects of ending iu the penitentiary. There will be no session of tho police court tomorrow morning. Court adjourned this morning uutil Thursday. WORK INCREASING. Cars Hrouglit To Patlucah From the Mississippi Division. Chief Engineer H.iWMjr Here. Otlier l.C. Notes of Interest. There are now iu the Illinois Central yards here thirty-live Hat cars from the Mississippi division awaiting repairs. Fftecn have already been repaired, there having been flftv in all. The local officials say mat worn is ... . .. .- ,!....t .1!..: .:,... so brisK in me anssusii'i'i umi that the cars have to bo brought here for repairs. The Master Mecuanic lias goiun more work out of fowcr men ty his efficient management than any other master mechanic the company ever had, it is said. From fifty or more yard cars, or cars m the yard awaiting repairs, of which there was nearly always from fifty to seventy-five, there nre now but fifteen. The Illinois Central employes arc highly elated over the prospect of much work. Chief Civil Engineer E. II. of tho Illinois Central, is in the city today. Ho says there is nothing in the scare about the Calvert City cut-off. Mr. Joseph Urr, the pit foreman at the I. C, has resigned and ha accepted a position In East St. Louis. His resignation was totally unexpected, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" company was brought over from Metropolis this morning, where it played to n large crowd last night. It left this afternoon at 12:20 over tho I. C. for Cairo, via Fulton. Assistant Ynrdmitster Bob Mc-Catin went to work yesterday, altera four weeks' vacation, necessitated by n sore hand, Col. II. II. Ilobsou went down Mayfield this afternoon. IS PALLING orr. Special ?7. I fiArSflC! AT4 UMTS. Our fct)ok has broil REMOVEO TO 112-114 IN. 3RD In the l. V. S nomivjiiv bul. dine near to LuGrippc Is Losing lis Tight Grip. Local physicians report a gratifying abatement in hi grippe, which has been prevalent here for tho past six weeks. In most cases it was in a mild form, but in a few instances resultod fatally, ami in others developed Into malignant maladies that eventually resulted fatally. GRAVES COUNTY I'.I.OPEKS. A Couple Married Here This Afternoon. Mr. Robert L. Nail, aged 25, nnd Miss Ambia Bagwell, aged 22, of Graves county, eloped today and came to 1'aducali, where they a marriage license. They wcro united In marriage this afternoon nt 3:30 o'clock by Rev. M. E. Chappcll, nt the lcsidenco of Mr. J. li. Carter, 803 Tennessee street, Tioy will return homo this evening. Died ok Pneumonia. Annie Pryor, colored, 1)22 north 10th street, died this morning of pneumonia, -13 years of age. Tho remains were shipped to Benton, Ky. , on tUo i o'clock train this afternoon. Broadway, next doorto the Hickc wholesale houb Beginning You arc can.Wly solicited to inspect our stock. -- I Monday, Jan. 11. V Indies' Kancy Hose i that hac been sold at 50c and We a pair heretofore, ill go at, 25c a pair. In the next, few weeks several thousands of dollars worth of desirable dr) goods and general merchandise will be sold at manelously low prices. The H.P. S. Co Per E. B, HARBOUR, r y -REMOVAL. i- T, Dulaney & Co. Hit moTr.1 tli.'lr M'-l "I from 31 n' Nur lno Jo l 12S COURT ST. Wo havceompleto hmof Stuple and Fancy Groceries. All kinds ofCountry Prodtice a specialty. The best placcXin the cilyUor Dressed nnd Live Poultry. i Even thing sold ntlottoui priors and delivered to any pail of the city. t niiiinrvo no 12S Court St. I. UULAUCI & uU. DR, V. IIOMIKOKY EUBANKS, 'I'lltU'li 1 1I1.J 1 , smc.'V' llmiilwav XlJrnhnl' I l lUMilruct, lll J' !! r (Hi ' OH ( llnuisv III, 1 JVj 5. CARNEY I HOUSE, Cor. 11th and Broadway. TM, impiiUr hiilrl lias I tan It A .1 , Mrs I. il li wti bwrnHnUlil Hi Ur-i Cl.ion Ht)l-. ItllMI ll)illl ImIIuWii fur niAna wuu uiu irrj u. iucumih,. .... ..n CIRCUIT COURT. Tlio Case of People's Uicliey .s. Itailway Co. On Trial Nothing of About Court lloliseTodin. MOORE'S AIR-TIGHT HEATER UlU tho Tho$10,000 (Inmnge suit of W. S. Riclioy against the People's Street Railway Comiwuiy is still on trial in tho circuit court, and will consume all of tomorrow, if not Ioniser. Expert electrical testimony was hoard today. Suit forDhorce. Thomas today filed hiiit against his wife, Sallie V. Steele, for divorce. They are of colored society and the husband nllcgos that his wife abandoned him soitiu time aso. Comity Court. There was nothing of intorest in tho county court today. Judge Pro Tein Winchester made a few crdcis of little significance. Court will not adjourn until tomorrow. Mnrriiipji! Licenses. White Robt. B. Nnle, aged 2.r, and Miss Ambia Bagwell, aged 22, of Graves. Colored Louis Willis, farmer, 10 j Carolino Marshall, 30; of McCraken county. Both Better. Mr. Guthrie Smith Much Hotter. Tho condition of Mr. J. J. Guthrie, who was stricken with apoplexy Sunday, is somewhat improved afternoon, ami nopoa aru for his recovery, f'nut. .1. U Smith H greatly this euicrinineii nil- proved, and will soon bo out, if indi cations can bo relied upon, We guarantee this she to use less fuel and give more heat than ally, other Soft Coal Mute on the market. We guarantee every stove in u'n W.. il.UJtmn in three size. Abrb a full Hue oi stoves W cery description carried in stock ,, sconvrumwARj ;UIM2I HKOADW, Wm. Hauls. i ! Restaurant Eer thing st le. Prices reasonnb Headquarters fo Hi Dock . . . . . ...... . . V rotate a -i We will you can N omi iiiiu 7 toll a.Vr.1 Frosh Bro Cakes llluMrullATIID.) ,'AT - (Mux or BIG HATCHET.) .11 1) J 11 AT THE Always tin I orders. Goi part of tho lllp dit vj alMiotiR i.Al 4W clly.x lm Phono 53. ml Coil' i V CLO KENTUCKY SALOON. Open at all lih: so: rs, day ami iiigiu. ed in SiViauihontiiicti. cGuire, ' rniirirt D I Jiktt, M t, II K WiimamhoxM l JUETT I WILLIAMSON, Physiciank and Surgeons Ollicc, No l Tki.ki'iio.nk vll). Bon Ton Bakery." icnpcr than aud . Gio us )onr delivered to any Greif. Seventh and Washiukjon R1, i I.BIV , fc i. I CO.. l'ADUCAU, KY. Geo. l,KHNii.nu. Eades & Lehnhard, HILLSIDE, KENTUCKY, COAL Is 'HIE LEADING CO ALr - - - IN THE CITY. Try a load and oil will be toininecd that Jit is thtrrJeanest, hottest and best. We will appreciate a share of your patrouago. Prompt delivery - I u specialty. 11CS Office and Yard, 9th and Harrison Streefs RB7TO)VKI. M. MARKS The Ihbs Moved frofir i thing merchant, to 116 S. 2d St. Two doors toward Broadway. AfirU lino of CLU1IIKM., SHOES, HATS and M'RNISHINtiS on hand. The cheapest iiiTH1 Hl"rL' '" ll,c cili'' Second Street. 'i'he Gents' Furnisher. 1AHT The Rabbit's Foot LB4DING 5c. CTSARS. Ask FoKem. RUSH tonight.; Windsor A Farce Co MULDOO (IIIAINIMI. lil A.IMI ANI) I QVERB Dgirepj BALL ri. ico. A Theatre, TUlrJ Bt WAT I' Us rOUKMAN A I'.unlly Itesort lKUtsll Eea. -100 N. 1211. for l..fl icdv III Mun.iKfr TrrMiirrr l n nnl ClillJri'ii. 'J'hrco Acts, i 8 PICNIC Chnuge of play twice ji week. Admission, 10 iitul 2(Jf cents. Don t forget ouV Matinees every Saturday aftcrnooiL at' 2 :30. Ad mission 10 cents. L... Ifti HAVE YOUR BIKING DONE house ANI LLEK, II6N PAINTER, loWININU, Tflcplionj llenldi uro 1017 Jcl(oii HI? LHUWnOIl IIMlllll.il, S 157. I'AliViAH, Kr. Band red to furnish SS MUSIC ion PARTIES OPENINGS. sOSAIU.l!. noon. i Li-i A jvV m4 H-V v.u. uvi.imr, .j J HJ & rw A SI. Manager.