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THJE TIMES, WASHISGTOy, SONDAY DECBMBEB 19, 189T.
For the men folks are not necessarily expensive. We
give below a few of the many appropriate articles at
prices to suit any and all purses.
will buy woolen gloves, linen initial hand
kerchiefs, set of shirt studs, cuff buttons,
fancy suspenders, fancy celluloid glove, tie and suspender
boxes, etc., etc.
will buy embroidered silk and satin sus
penders, Scotch wool gloves, fine Quality silk
and satin neckwear (all shapes), lisle and silk half hose,
underwear, night shirts, golf hose.
will buy full-dress shirts, fancy colored
shirts, extra fine neckwear, full-dress
chest protectors, umbrellas, extra fine suspenders, silk
handkerchiefs, gloves, and hundreds of other useful
NEWS - FROM ALEXANDRIA
Robbery of a Large Snm of Money
Reported to the Police.
Mr. "VVilmer Redman Seriously Hurt
Bj Jumping From a Rapidly
aioving Electric Truln.
will- buy silver-mounted silk umbrella,
fancv and embroidered night shirts and
pajamas, mufflers, Fawn's dress and street gloves, fine
all-wool underwear, etc.
$pr wl Duy a tip top suit or reefer for the
fJ ijp-J boy, a silk hat for the men, a pair of
patent leather shoes, a pair of trousers, a guaranteed
mackintosh, a fancy vest, a smoking- jacket, or batb robe
(a big variety of these), fine heavy -silk umbrella (gold or
silver mounted), etc.
will buy pure leather dress suit cases, a
better mackintosh, finer jacket or robe,
better suit, overcoat, or reefer for the boys, silk under
wear, fur gloves.
SI C CC will buy a suit or --overcoat for the men,
iVaaWw best mackintosh,--'extra--' fine smoking
jackets and dressing gowns, pure silk underwear, better
dress suit cases, etc.
$15, $1S, $20, and up to $4-5 w-ill buy bet
ter and finer suits and overcoats. Fach
dollar of cash in every grade gets full-one hundred cents
of clothing value, all stilish, well-made and perfect
Hundreds of others, equally as useful-aud appropri
ate articles, at all intermediate prices, and all worth every
peuny of their cost.
12th and F Sts.
reported to the police tills morning that lie
had been robbed by n companion named
William CliiUib, alias Curry, or '$100. Both
men. who were tlrangcrs, applied for ac
commodations at the hoarding house of
Mrs. Hudson, at 919 King street, la&cnitit,
and retired early. Lampher claims that lie
met his companion in New .York, and as
sisted him to reach Alexandria, as he
claimed to have Iriendu in tins city. He
aim chaiges that Cnilus administered
chloroform to him before committing tlte
robbery, and made his escape before his
victim iccoereil rrom the eliects of the
drug. It vai thought that Childs made ids
way to "Washington, ami Sergeant Smith
accompanied Lnmpiier to that city today uf
search of the robber.
Mi. Wilmcr Itednnui.ot New Alexandiia,
was seriously Injured today in jumping
from an electric train. He was riding
on tlie platfoim of the train, which waa
running at a inpid late, when his hat'
blew off, and notwithstanding the effoits l
of the trainmen to prevent him from doing
bo, lie Jumped from the car at the corner
of Hoyal and Wilkes stieets, and was
teiribly cut about the f.icc and head.
He was takan to theorrici of the company,
on Uoyal blieet, and later was lemoved
to his home, where he was. attended by
Fotomuu L-odgc of Odd Fellows labt night
elected the following officers: E. H.
Hammond, N. G.; Henrv Hunter, V. G.;
William n. Latham, It. S.; P. M. UindMiaw,
F. S.; L. Morgan l)ais, treasurer", William 5"""
P. Heiishaw, chaplain.
Mount Vcinun Council, Daughters of
Anicilca, will ghc an cnlei taininent oil
Trlday night, the 31st Inbtaut.
t.ait. It. l' , ah ox toiu icL.ay a brick
dwelling and lot or giound 3l)x90 feet
on tile west side of lairlax street, be
tween Cameron and Queen streets, to
Otelia Cliue, for $2,500.
Mr. Crittenton, tlie eanglist, con
ducted a beivlcc at the railroad mission
tonight, which wab well attended. To
moirow aiternoon at 3 o'clock he will
preach to the joung people in Trinity
M. E. Church.
Miss Seilla S. Nails, daughter of Mr.
W. H. Nallb, of South Lee Stiect, and Mr.
S. C. Henjon, of Washington, weic mar
ried on Thursday night at the parsonage I
of the Baptist Church by Rev. J. H.
Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Hen on "will reside
It lb announced that the George R. Hill
Company, of this city, has been consolidated
with the Great American Biscuit Com
pauy, which practically controls the,
cracker industry of the country. It is
oslo btated that the plant here win be
iuii without any change, except that In
ceitaln directions it will be enlarged.
The present firm is in line of descent from
one of the oldest bakeries in America,
its history dating back to the year 1785.
Mr. Coliigton, of the Theological Semi
naiy, will preach and conduct the services '
in the.audltorium of. the. railroad reading '
rooms "tomonow afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
At this service Mr. Fred Sicbold, or St.
Paul's F. E. Church, of Washington,
will sing a solo.
The work of constructing aii acid manu
factory will be cjnimenc,,d by the Alexandria
Fertilizer and Chcmiral Comiiany in a
few days. The main structure will be
207 by 1 0G feet, and 45 feet high. Wlien
In operation the works will cm nsume
3,500 tons of sulphur ore per annum, in the
manufacture of 7,000 tons of Rilphuric
acid. The new enterpriss will give employ
ment to a large number of hands.
A colored boy, named Uavis, was hold
up by two tramixon Prince street last night,
and forced to give them what money hehaii.
Mr. Harry Cotts. reported to the police
today, tliat his team narrowly escaped being
I This Clothing Sale Is the
Talk of the Town. I
And Why Not Think of It ? J
oA'good, -warm, serviceanle Overcoat for $2.08 tlie "S
very cloth alone cost four tiniest j,lie price! Then better ones 3
at $2.08, $3.08, $4.08 in December, too, with the winter all 3
before you. j
Come tomorrow-roome expecting to get the biggest bargn ins
you or anyone else ever saw or heard of. TaUe our word Sj
for it, you shall 2Cot Bo disappointed. "E"?
Men '. Melton OvercoatB f our
dirf cren t shades a $1 '-quality."
Men's Clay-lined Overcoatfi heavy
eatin bleeve lining raw edge mado
of the finest material, &Gk $&
fully -worth $20 "3&y0.3
Foung Men's Box Overcoats all
the newestshailes and st vies. These
coats were formerly $12. Sou caa
take your choice j5 ""5
Hundreds of Children's Suits at
Si .00, ?l. 2G, $1.40, $1.60 and
Young Men's Suits.
$2-75i $3.50 and $4.00.
Men's Prince Albert Suits,
Real value $25.00.
Mackihtosh, extra deep
The Busy Corner,
8th and Market Space.
or presents the kind that every man.
stylish.... 3 sL O
Men's $9.50 Double- j
breasted Scotch ''Ja'dlfcl, Kffs
Tden's $10.00 Blue and Black
Men's $12.00 Fancy a jR 7R
Worsted Bult 3SJ. O
Men's $15.00 Fine Black Clay
Men's $18.00 BuitK, eilk or cas
Bittiere lined very finest material:
single or double-breast- 2 "7 f
ed )&t g J
lata Just the
Reefers storm col-
COc Heavyweight underwear.. 35c
39c Canton Flannel Drawers. .35c
75c Fleece-lined Wool Under
2Cc Wool Hose (assorted col
50c Wool Gloves, reduced to. .36c
25c Suspenders (.wire buckle. -8c
and E Sts.
p CASH CLOTHING HOUSE.
run over by an electric train, this morning.
Tlie crew of the train have been sum-
moned lo appear before the mayor on
Mr. Ernest Germond has been appointed
assistant engineer at Former's brewery, In rir tmicw
place of the late Frank Hauft. i 1, ,, n,.
The. funeral of Him Life .Tnnli d. I null " "C" n. out.
will take place tomorrow morning, at 10
o'clock, and will be attended by It. E.
Lee Camp, Confederate Veterans, of which
he was a member. The1 Alexandria Light
Infantry will act as-an eacort, and fire a
volley of three rounds oet the grave.
City Treasurer M. B. Harlow will stiortly
turn over to the city the residue of the
war tax refund, which In dedicated by the
State of Virginia to the Improvement of
streets and roads. The amount Js about
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gill celebrated llieir
tin wedding at their home, on Union street.
They were th? reclp.eassoi many handsome
Messrs. Arnold andfPirnpson will give a
fcolreo at trie- Jlraddock Houe, Monday
An. Mack -and Miwj Didlake came here
from Washington tonight, procured .1
license Tror.i Clerk 3aYu S. 1'iach, of tr.c
corporatioa 'courts rrnd wcro married by
Hev. J. T., iWillianrp, aftheparonhge
of the M. E. Chinch S6uth. The couple ,
were unaccompanied and m'hlred that the '
marriage In kept a secret, in "which the '
accommodating clerk and minister en-
Hcmember that GROVEIl GRA
HAM'S remedy is GUAHAXTKUD
to remove all distress FUOM TiiK
It is folly to sulfer
bottle, procured from
your druggist, will correct in
stantly nil unpleasant symptoms.
Au infallible Jipecilie for Dyspepsia,
Heartburn, Gastritis, and all dis
eases n rising from an Impaired
Digestive .System. "Write to Grover
Graham Co., Newburgh, N. Y., for
dcavored to aid them. The bride anil
groom returned to Washington cu the 9:10
S. Kai, Sons & Co.
Can Anyone Dispute the Title of the
These days? "We arc never without a crowd, but the past week
has been an unusual test of how many people can be served" with,
satisfaction. "We feel perfectly satisfied that a greater clamoring
for our special holiday values will continue all of next week and
keep up until the last customer has been supplied.
In these columns we offer useful kind
wo lan and child will delight in.
For a pretty, inexpensive present, and one which any lady will pri.e highly,
would bo a silk waist, skirt or a complete dress pattern. Our stock In this Hue la
inexhaustible, regarding variety, selectiou and prices.
Handsome Fig-ured JJeuj alines, in all the leading combina
tions, exquisite patterns for separate waists or complete gowns
put up in fancy boxes. At 69c a yard
50 styles of High-grade Silks, suitable for separa-te waists or
skirts, in Checks, Mripes, Plaids, Black Mirror Moire. Evening"
Brocades, Two-tone Novelty Taffetas and plain colors in alt-silk
satin duchesse put upm fancy boxes. At 69c a yard
Even color imaginable in Plain, Two and Three-tone Ch.tnge-
able Taffetas, representing- a hundred or more of the most beauti-
itil colorings ever shown over a silk, counter. A pattern sufficient
for a petticoat will make an eleg-ant present put up in lancy
boxes. At . 69c a yard
Extra-heavy, Ai'-;ilk Black Gros Grain, the old reliable wear-rcsisttng-kind
Plain Black Satin Duchesse, extra weight and fin
ish Black Satin Brocade and Black Brocade Gros Grain three
of the best that your money could possibly buy put up in Waist,
Skirt or Full Dress lengths" hi f.ncr boxes. At 98r a vard
We have lots cheaper silks thau 60c, and quite a selection above 93c. We can
please most any idea or purse. -
Useful presents which most anyone can appreciate.
Double-width All-wool Cloth Mir- t rard-wld Black Wool Brocades finished
tures. Keduced from 29c. to 190 with t,well catin figure- Ited icd
Navy Blue Storm Serge, 38 inches from -15c. to "51
wide. Keduced from 20c. to, 190 , Mohair and Uool FanorBrocaues.m
,,r,TU Uerie1t'8' n na'T. myrtle, black, 4Z inches wm and word) 39c .3 0
rf r ST,' Wl"'' ie'i"t'0P'- a111 "w Black All-wool Ladles 'loth. W .
ti.l' r 4? i,1Cl,eil wWe 1'eiiuceU I Inches wldf. Keduced from 59c. to..3SQ
from 49c. to -.nne. , ... .
. ' rive umwict bivies in rancv aiuca.
superior Una ot
fashionable fabrics, which were dCc .450
4.Vinoh All-wool Black Henrietta,
was 59c 39a
All-wool Black Imperial Serge, a good
quality, -15 Inches wide. Reduced
from 39c to 250
Wide-Wale Mack Imperial Serge, 45
Inches wide. Reduced from 39c. to. .350
Granite, Cloth Suitings. 40 inches
wide. Reduced from d9c. to 490
We can put these patterns In fancy boxes
if you so defire. j
Moiiday Specials in Our Linen Department.
300 dozen of 14-inch-square A!l-linen Fringed Napkin, dam
ask patterns, in all white and colored borders 2c each
66 inch-wide Full Bleached Table Linen, elegant heavy qual
ity. Special.. .' -19c yard
16-inch-wide All-linen Toweling, in bleached and brown, 8a
value 5c yard
All white and colored bordered knotted fringed Damjsk Tow
els, size 22x4S, showy, attractive borders 22c each
Special prices on full bleached All-linen Fringed Tea Napkinso
16-inch IS-inch 20-inch
Inji.ied hy 11
M. Hawkins, a
1 rear of No. 1424
and Join Gra,
laborer, living In the
Rhode Island avenue,
a woodworker, of No.
518 Eleventh Mrcrt south west, were knocked
down ant run over by a runaway horhe
last night near the corner or SevenMi and
D Kreet. Hawkins sustained a fracture
of the right arm and rfght leg, and Gray
was cut and brained about the head and
face. Botl were taken to the Emer'ic v
Hospital. The hor-. was captured .vitti
out cruMu;, further injury.
MdSfacliusettsavenue, between Third and
Fourth fctreets northeast, is to be paved
with vitrified blocks.
The Commi.:ioneri of the District have
transmitted to Congress with their ap
proval, a bill providing for the ieases
ment of the water main taxes.
Tony TomoButa, the Italian boy who ap
peared before Judge Kimball tome uajs
ago, petitioning for the appointment of
a guardian, had a further hearing yes
terday, but, after further unes'fga'i'in,
Judge Kimball postponed final action m
Chr. Xai.dcr, 909 7th st.-I)calprs and
private patroiib who buy his Amorobo
Sherry, $3 gal., 75c. qt., fctatc that they
never had any like it from others. For
eggnog and fruit cake Xandcr's tiocjji.
grades of Whisky, Cal. Brandy and Rum
are excellent. Gold Medal Rje, 05c, makes
POM K. ;
Alien Heirs to He Given tLe
Estate by Conro?-..
The hclrhof Pom K. Son, the ui&tiiiuished
Korean, who died in thi. citv during the
Kummei aie to ix"ceive the property be
left. At the time of ilr Eoh'fc death the
curiou- question aroce whether under the
law un alien could will real Cfctote to 1m
hein who art alien It hcmed very cl. r
would b hnt to Mr.-. Soh and her Jaug)
ters in Korea.
Secretary Morgan has introduced a Mil
"for ihsrehef of thvleirorFoiiiK.rio!i,o;e
ceafced." H released to Mr Soh'fi hfin,
all the iig'it, title and claim of the United
Btate and the Di&trict of Culuinoia In lot
85 in Barr et al subdn Jsimi r block 33,
Columbia Height-1, or in other jvords iir.
Koh'b houe and lot oa rourteenta street.
The property i conveyed to Mr. Everett
Frazer, the consul general of Korea, at
New 'ork)in trust for tbehelriw'
VIW .'1b w- t
Get the Rest of
the Presents on Credit.
Perhaps you have made the discovery by this time that you are not going to have enough money to
buy all the presents that you'd like to give. If we have guessed the situation, we will go a step further, and
tell you that you are perfectly welcome to get the rest of the gifts HERE where you can take your TIME
paying for them. There is no disappointment quite so keen as to be FORGOTTEN at Christmas time!
DON'T DO IT not with a solitary friend! Nexb Saturday morning will be too LATE. Start right in tomor
row and make your selections. There are gifts here for every friend you've GOT from the baby up. Every
hour from now until Christmas is PRECIOUS to you! There are lots of things here now that will be
GONE tomorrow night. Have your presents laid aside. Tell us when you want them delivered they'll be
there at the time promised. You can pay for them as you EARN the money weekly or monthly. You'll find
that it's a SAVING to buy here. Our prices are marked in plain figures THEY TELL THE STORY!
ifty Babies Can Have ffigli Chairs!
AllMl AD NAVY ORDERS.
The following orders have been Issued
by the War Department:
The following-named enlisted men, now
at the fclallons designated after their re
spective names, are, by direction of the
President, upon their own application, j
placed upon the retired list, to take eff-ct '
upon receipt of this order at the posth, and
will repair to their homes.: '
Corp. William Kearney, Detachment of j
Ordnance, Ht-nicia Arsenal, Cal.
First Bcrgt. William Gallagher, Coin- '
pany C. Eighteenth Infantry, Fort Sam '
Houston, Texas. '
Sergr. Edward McKinzic, Troop B, Ninth '
Cavalry, Fort Du Chesne, "Utah.
Sergt. Conrad Wentworth, Company B, '
Eighteenth Infantry, Fort Sam Houston, '
Corp William J. Scarf, Company G,
Twcnty-seeqnd Infantry, Fort Crook. Neb.
Trivato John A.Taylor, Company H, Six
teenth Infantry, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
Second class Private Luke Bourke, Com
pany A, Battalion of Engineers, baring
been fcund guilty of absence without leave, '
in violation of the 32d article of war, by
a general court-martSal, convened at Wil- '
letV Point, N. Y., was sentenced; "To ;c ,
confined at bard labor under charge of '.be
post guard for one month, and to forfeit
$10 for the Fame period."
The bcntence was approved December 13,
1897, and will be duly executed.
The leave or absence granted C.ipt. Wal
ter S. Scott, Twenty-fifth Infantrr, in
special orders, No. 137, October 28, 1S97,
Department ot Dakota, is extended one
The following irausters are made irrthe
Firn Lieut. Deliosey C. Cabell, rrom
Troop G to Trcop A.
Chair at full height.
Just fifty of these $3 Solid
Oak Combination Chairs,
cut tomorrow to
Lowered into carriage form.
We shall imagine,
Christmas morning-, that
we can hear fifty pairs of
little hands clapping with
delight at the sight of
these chairs. That will
repay us for selling them
for LESS than we PAID
for them. These chairs
are of solid oak, and are
mounted on stout iron
wheels. They can be
raised or lowered'at will
and the trayain front
forms a play table Ifor the
baby ana makes3ifalling
out an impossibility.
If you want the. carpet
before Christmas' you
shall have it if' we have
to stay up nightsd:o do the
work. Carpets made, laid
and lined FREE no
charge for waste in match
Parlor and Banquet Lamps from
$2.7R to $35. Feautirully decorated
Porcelain or rich silk ihades in every
color of the rainbow. Onyx-top
Tables-dainty Dreeing Tables in
Oak.Mnhogany.anit Bird'S-eye Maple.
'Combination Eook-cas-s and Secre
tariea in Oak and Mahogany beauti
full carved and mirrored. Leather
Upholstered Hockcrsand ParlorChairs.
Help yourself on CREDIT.
What's nicer than a dainty Recep
tion Chair? "We have a splendid
variety of them in blue and gold,
white and gold, and cream and silver
A splendid line of Solid Oak Side-boards-from
$10 to 200; China
Closets, single or double doors: all
sizes and priced Chiffoniers, Ward
robes, and Eook-caes',,at all prices.
These arc the gifts that are APPRECIATED.
All-W.ol Covert Alixture. six different T,XTi vvJiri
styles. -10 inches vriiif. r'.ir.n,i ! Ted Novelties,
from o9c. to 3QC
AU snado in 15-inchsilk-finisli Hen-
riettas. Reduced from C9c. to 49c i
40 and lo-incli Fancy Wool Plaids, hand- j
oinely barred with silk. Keduced
from r0c. to 39c ,
50-inch All-wool Storm Serges, 4S-iiK.it
All-wool Cheviots and 40-inch All-wool
Arxiiiires.illumliiuted colorings, worth I
GO arid 0c. a. yard 4c
.lb-Inch HlackbtorniSerge.asplendid t
quality, which sold for 29c. 19c
5jc each. 64c each. Sc each.
66-inch-wide .Ex.ra Heavy German Silver Bleached Table
Linen. Our 50c value, For this week 37jc a yard
Colored Bordered Fr.nged Lunch Sets, 2 yards cloth and 1
dozen of 16-itich-square. napkins to match. Boxed for. Sl.75 per set
2-yard-widc Double Satin Table Damask, grass bleached, very
weighty, superior quality and finish, all this season's newpatterns.
Our regular $1.00 nnd $1.25 quality. For this week onlf.SSc a yd.
2 cases of IS-ineh-wide Twilled Bleached and Unbleached
Kitchen Toweling .' .. ., 2c vrtrd
We are showing a very complete assortment of Turkish" and
Blanket Bath Iobes at special holida3' prices.
, Fjr Christmas Shoppers.
Enough said when we state our corset department represents the experience of
jL-.n.-, ummiifu wim MieTs-iKuomoicxperis in tne selection or styles,
We have endeavor edto makPthlsdepartmi-'ntth'centjrofthe f
retailcorsettrade.and It Is safe to say you will find here all that
is good and desirable in the line of corsets and w.ist3" no make ej
more desirable than the celebrated sslf-reducnc- corset. Prie..
The only house In Waihiugton selhng this line-
NY e nave a jub lot ot U li. Uorae.s Wtttte. Drab and Black-
Regular value, $L.50, Sl.25, $1 .GO.
I Cheese Cloth, all slides, for drcorat
j ing, the better grade 3
long, medium and short.
Flannels and Domestics.
Here arc the every-day useful and de
sirable ami much fought-for presents.
1,000 Kress Patterns., nicely banded. i
Best Fancy Prints and Indigoes 49c I
,U00 Zress Patterns, latest styles Per
cales and New Dress Ginghams (no
old stvlce. in the lot); a pattern $1.00
100 piece good quality Ariroii Ginghams,
Checks anil Fancy Styles (best
grade) 4 l-2c
200 Skirt Patterns, Domet Flannel,
Fancy Border 19c
100 Skirt Patterns All wool, good
lio.iday Rugs at Holiday Prices.
Body Brussels Mat, 21x3(J-inch. Re
duced from 73c to
Japanese Rugs, best quality, 30x00
Reduuedfrom .2.0 to $1.19
Bromley's Best Smyrna Rugs, 30x60
Persian Hehigns. Reduced from
$2.50 to $1.98
12 l-2c quality Soft-finish 36-inch Per
calme, 111 guaranteed fast black and
all colors for .Monday ...r....:7 3-4c
lSc quality All-linen Stifr Can. as
m black only for .Monday, bpecial at. .13c
Toys and Books.
A revised list of a part of our entire stock at
for the coming week:
Third floor Toy Department.
ilobawk 54x90 Ready-made Bfesctt
ed Sheets fg0
Hemstitched Bleached PHlow Oue.
extra quality j i-2a
Androscoirgin L. rard-WNleE.'wc-ed
iltislm 4 7-So
Tard-widc Eiderdown, all coh$ oiJe "
Snaker Flannel, fair qvaiity 3o
V. mte tlaiiufi. all wooJ. axirrf wll25a
A beantiful line nf Pnr 9nr Dn.o
49c I large sues, v.-inous colors. BfdiKod
rrom tr4."J0 to $2.93
Japanese Floor Rugs, size 7 feet Q
Inches by 10 feet 6 iuc)ie&. Kedrt
from $lo.00 to $7.93
An All-wool extra quality Plac ."'tOrtGUj
in Skirt Patterns, worsw-i.r.a J-at-tern
for Alonday, sptM.-wi j,ne. a..$1.73
20c quality Sateeu-f!ita Bto.k-oRckr
Fig. Waist -Lining fo iiattnti at 14a
817-819-828-823 Seventh Street N. W.
Between H and I Streets.
Books by the Car Load.
500 Large Board-back Bocjks, with -colored
fiontisplece, full of little
stories and futiuy pictures. Choice... 4c
1,000 Extra Large Board-back
Books, part cloth board, with col
ored frontispiece and full of instruc
ts stories for boys and girls 8c
500 Large Jumbo Books, cloth
300 Fine Cloth-bound Books, 50
kinds to select from 3flc
Giimms' Fairy Tales 4Sc
The City ot Palaces; large, flue,
cloth-bound books, with 150 largo
coloied photographs. Size 8x10 50c
The Horu Gallery.cloth bound, large
Oxford Cohered Bibles, imitation
leather bound 39c
Large Jumbo Cloth-bouud Books, for
bovs and girls. 250 page 69c
Uustavc Horn's Bible Gallery, illus
trated, cloth bound, gilt edge 73c
War In Cuba, cloth bound 69c
500 Assorted 10c Games 4c
AH 25c Games.such as Bicycle Race,
Footoall, l'Jss in Boots, Steeplechase,
and many others 10c
AH our 50c Games, such as Toll
Gate, Night Before Christmas, Game
of Triumph, Old .Maids and Bachelors,
Rival Policemen, and scores of
China Tea Sets, from 10c to $5.1)0
Decorated China Tea Sets, 17 pieces
and 6 spoons 23c
Large China Tea Sets, 17 pieces
with extra large tea pot 43a
Extra large China Tea Sets, with
1.2 dozen extra plates 73c
Vnrv Larire French China Tea Sets.
i . , - tjr, co ( "v.-j ,iiiui.3ui,.;u, 1VILI
wuu exiru. uieauiuw9, j i.uc... v-.u- match, with springs andiron wbols
Saratoga Trunks, with lock and
Extra Large Saratoga Trunks, 18
inches long, burglar-proof lock 73o
Tool Cheats, complete 23o
Extra Large Tool Chest 39c
Highly Polished Oak Tenpins, 8
10-string harps 19o
lo-string hurps, with polished oak
and milk cans - t..39c
" Brass Tuberphoncs, with 10 brass . -tubes
board, tub, bucket, wrinpur uim
wash bourd .. 393
Large tin kitchens, with suve.... 10O
Large b!ueeuameIsheetironsTe.. 23o
Large printing pre, completu with
iron ox team, with ox tart, orlver
and barrel 30
Laruo oxidized pas-senger train, en
gine, tender and 3 passenger cars.. 89o
Large iron hook and ladder, wi4u
twu horses, firemen, lauxiers and
Rubber tire fire engines, with 3
borsei-. .. . ,. $2.S9
Iron saud cart, with male and
Lafg'. iron ice wagon, with two
horses anddrtver 99
Iron road cart, horse and driver.. 80
Large iron barrel wagon, with 2
horses and driver, 27 inches lung.. 89o
Large iron Tire patrol, with 6 fire
Iron dump toal cart, witft mule,
driver and coal 430
Iron hooK amil.idder, 17 inelwslong"
2 horses, driver and ladders ".'. 50a
Large iron 4-whee! road watjort..! 1&0
Fine celluloid photo albums 390
Celluloid pnuto albums, -with initsie
Large roll-top blackboard 73o
Large Tolding blackboards '....'. 39o
Extra large express xentmn. ....n
Large fancy reed body carringe,
with parasol to match
Extra fine reed bedv frrt
nicely upholstered, with par-ol to
Nickel plated music boxes 430
10-Key upngnt pianos got,
Iron axle buikbuards gg0
Solid oak desk, with combination
Snap shot camera, complete 89o
Magneto-elcttric machine S9o
Incheshigh 23a. a boxi
6-luch Stained Tenpins 9o a box
Milk Wagon, with 2 horses, drivor. ,
Steel Horse and Dump Cart. Hone
with movable Joints the kind boys
can't break 3fic