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h'r Shoe Store. + + + + + m! + 4"H* + and two bods, MMflgyfj'g,w?u TT^i.c, uo.<; gone to vlalt relatives for a couple of week; fear (ioeben, Monongalia county. Mr. Lee Watkfns, of Breedlove, and fl'wnV TflPfo ...Alt*.. ar#? ! V- JU..VUDOJ/U WUis?| Ul kv,.? ? guests of Mr. J. 8. Watklns, of Colurn-bin street. ? Miss Flossie Sbafer is ill at her borne on Ferry street. , : Mrs. Bmnia Vance and children, of Pleasant Valley, spent the day yesterday with Mrs. J. M. Smith, of Co' lambln street. Kiss Mary Mann' and Miss Jessie Xtthn, who recently graduated from the training school at the Miners' Hospital, left yesterday for their homes. - \ .Miss Mann going to Barnesvllle, Ohio, and Miss Kuhn to Grafton. ; . . Miss Louise Bsrnes, who resigned as head nurse at the Miners' Hospital : some time since, went to her borne at ' Barnesvllle, Ohio, to-day. Mr. Chas. Cotter, who 1b employed at Elhlns, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cotter, of Bast Park avenue. '.* Miss Mabel Sapp still continues very 111 at her borne on Diamond street _ Mr. Harry Fletcher, who has been ID, la better. Miss Lillle Carpenter Is assisting In Carpenter and Iron's store during the Illness of Mr. Irons, of typhoid fever. ? Miss Grace Merrlfield, of Barnstown, is visiting heir sister, Mrs. Gertrude Snyder. Mr. Austin Stealey made a trip to 'Wheeling^ yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tichuetl, Ernest and Luther Steele drove to Tri? _ nne Sunday and spent the day at John ,jN. Steele's. - Miss Mary Robinson, of Winches' ' ter, Va., and Miss Cora Wilson, of Market street, went to Fairvlew yesterday to visit their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Swearlngen. ~ Mrs. Traugh, of Watson, Is the guest of Mr. Bruce Traugh, of Merchant -Street. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mason, who have been visiting Mr. Mason's parents at Monongah, returned home yesterday. Mr. Will Stealey returned home 8nnday evening from Pittsburg. Sicilian Club. Mrs. E. M. Cox was hostess to the members of the Sicilian Thimble club at her home on Merchant street this afternoon. The mooting was well attended and as usual various kinds of dainty needle work was the prominent feature of the occasion. Dainty reJ' ' fteshments were served by the hoBt' esa. 4 City Hospital. " Mrs. J. H. Echols, of Maple avenue, . was admitted yesterdaylbfor surgical i,' treatment. :y\ "Miss Stone, of the training school, Is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hedges nursing their little daughter ' Vivian. Will Visit Relatives. .Mr. and Mrs. George H. Richardson went to Grantsvllie, Gilmer county, to visit relatives. They also expect to visit Webster Springs before their return. ' Thomas Merrlfield Here. Mr. Thomas Merrlfield, who has been at East Lost Vegas, Texas, for Borne time, hos returned here and l? at the home o( his mother, Mrs. Prlscilia Merrlfield, on Wilson street. ON STEPS IN RAIN. I Butler's Locked-Out Pastor Sits Out Service Hour. ^ . BUTLER, Pa., July 1. ? Another K i 'chapter In the conflict between the ty'- Rev. A. H. Bartholomew, pastor of the ijl Lutheran church at Prospect, and the congregation was enacted yesterday when the minister, now locked out for ii month, to enforce his title to salary went to the edifice nnd sat on the steps , '.daring time for service. Rain.fell in torrents, but the froeked I gentleman served his time. An Irreverent spectator near the church sang "Ain't -Dot a Shame, Sitting Out In the Rain." The pulpit was declared vacant by unanimous vote of the membership May 20. "If he gets any salary after June 1 he will have to sue for Y -it," announces the church council. i jit: Makes Report I CONDITtDN OF STATE'S FINANCE8 AT END OF FI8CAL YEAS, JUNE 30. The following statemeni gives the | v financial condition of the auditor'.-,. books at the close of business on June 30: 8Ute Fund. Bal, May 31, 1907 .......J 86,982.38 ' Receipts during June, 1907 ......: 86,827.90 ' Total 173,810.28 < Disbursements during 1 June, 1907 1 127.748.94 1 t Bal. June 30, 1907....) 46,061.34 < General 8choo! Fund. 1 o?i 51 ian7 i 685.147.49 1 Receipts during June, 1907 91,199.23 Total $ 770,346.72 Disbursements during June, 1907 $ 4,043.07 Bal. June 30, 1907....$ 772,303.65 The 8chool Fund. Bal. May 31, 1907 $ 86,982.38 Bal, June 30, 1907....$ 10,500.00 Investments in' bonds, etc 989,600.00 Total the school fund (Irreducible ...$ 1,000,000.00 Total in all funds .... 1,818,364.99 An Experiment CHIEF OF POLICE AND ATTORNEY LOCK UP BOOZE 8ELLING 8U8PECT8. MORGANTOWN. July 2. ? About three weeks ago?on a certain Saturday?the chief of police jailed a well 1 known character. The prosecuting at- . torney placed In the county bastlle an- | other well known character. That Saturday no arrests were made for | drunkenness. Subsequently the guest . at the city hotel was released. That 1 night one arrest was made for drunkenness; being still at large, last Sat- 1 urday three arrests were made for 1 drunkenness. The prosecuting attorney still has his guest in the county jail, where he will remain during the 1 hot summer months, until the October 1 term of court and probably until February, 1908. The experiment proved where the source of local supply of liquor was coming from. It Is the In- : tention of the prosecutor to give bis guest a permanent abiding place in 1 the county jail, If this will prevent drunkenness and the sale of liquor In Morgantown. Free, for Catarrh,. Just to prove merit, a trial size box of Dr. Sboop's Catarrh Remedy. Let me send It now. It Is a snow white, creamy, healing( antiseptic balm. Containing such healing Ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus, Thy- ' mol, Menthol, etc., It gives Instant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat. Make the free test and ' see for your self what this preparation can and will accomplish. Address Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Large glass jar, 50 cents. Sold by E. A. Bllllngslea & Co. | COAL CITY j Refrigerate f F | Everybody knows | pensive luxury, ^ I kind;that will bd 1 T It is conceded by a who know, that tl i Celebrated I White Mountain is the most Sanitaz + and the easiest ke] I clean of any Refrige T ator on the market t( day. I We especially ca T your attention to or Snow White Slat 4 Lined Chest, it wi i last a life time and rc T main clean and puri 4 We have them whil I i enamel and galvanize i ^ in all sizes. tCOAL CITY Montana Items MONTANA " MINES, Julfr 1.?Mr. i* Mr?. h. C- Morris, of Rlvcarllle, :cr? Tl?lilnR friends a ere Sunday.' j ri'r-hp+ti . Kfcae*. who had '?f rp'n/frj; rcme time with her eon, . W. Kinney, returned to her home it Fairmont thla morning.. Mr. Howard Spring, of Fairmont, pent Sunday with Lawrence Malone. It Is with pleasure that we cbronl:le the fact that the base ball team ere again defeated the team from Talrmont In a loosely played but Inerestlng game yesterday afternoon. )ur boys played an uphill game and von out by a wbildwlnd finish in the linth Inning. Dent Harris' steal of rorne base In the ninth started the rouble for Fairmont, and before they tould retire them our boys piled up >nough runs to win. Doc Dent led in tatting, though Lawrence Malone and Walter Rowe each laced out a home run. Murray and SatterfielJ pulled tff a nice doube] play. The score-was Montana, 11; Fairmont, 10. The batcries were for Mortana, Malone and Harris; for Fairmont, Merrifield and \rnett. Umpires Daugherty and Maone. Come again boys. Bob Swisher and Bud Jolllffe, of Caawba, were circulating among friends tere Sunday. Jack Davis, of Fairmont, spent Sunlay at Viola. Mr. Charles Merrill, of Rivesvllle, was calling at L,ewis turns yesierlay. John Cuff, of New England, was visiting friends here yesterday. John Shaver spent Sunday under ihe paternal roof at Boothsville. The United Brethren Sunday school leld their .Children's Day exercises In the church here Sunday evening. A stood programme consisting of song, drills and recitations was rendered. Rev. H. K. Ash made a short address. Mr. M. W. Harris, of Fairmont, ipent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hoult, of Viola. The Sunday schools of this place and the surrounding towns will hold a picnic on July 4th at the grove on the Meredith Prlckett place below Houlttbwn. Any persons who wish to ?pend the day In this way are Invited to come, bring their baskets, and en|oy themselves. Of course good order will be expected. Herschel Satterfleld, of Fairmont, spent yeBlerday here with relatives. Mlsg Winnie Somers was calling on Fairmont friend's Saturday. Lester Pitcher has purchased a new horse and buggy. Mr. A. S. Satterfleld Is visiting relatives In the First ward to-day. BARON MUNCHAUSEN. Telegraph Situation. SAN FRANCISCO, July 2.?The telegraph situation Is practically unchanged. Both the Western Uillon and Postal officials say that they are accepting messages without Berious delay. The operators, however, declare that the reverse is the case and express a determination not to yield. Read the Dallj Weit Virginian. ? HOUSEFURN jrs Re: lefrigeraton that a cheap Refrig Vhen you buy one of some service for d WHITE MT. REFRIGERATORS, THE CHEST WITH A CHILL IN I HOUSE FURN . . . _ _ ' -.'i ' f-?- :??t RIVESVILLE NOTES. Some JuSy Poetry. 1 RIVESVILLE, July 2. While on. the sea of life's billows we wrestle, And time, swift time, rolls by, As we at our hom^s do nestle, Vfe should remember the 4th of July. In seventeen, hundred and seventy-sir, When tyrrany was running'so high, Erave men their minds did fix And they blacked old England's eye. They stood for honor and for peace, They stood for liberty regardless of life; Their aim was Bealed, tyranny must cease; Their bravery won out' and It ended the strife. Our Nation should be -grateful and proud, And on honor and bravery rely, And when we rejoice of our freedom so loud, We should remembfr the Fourth of July. It was on this day, as all are aware, Our forefathers In line For freedom they did declare, And the Declaration of Independence did sign. Though while these lines you'll cease to remember, And day after day will pass by, Don't forget the twenty-fifth of December, Nor the Glorious Fourth of July. Memorial services were conducted at Rlvesvllle Sunday, June 30th, by the Knights of Pythias and the Rathbone Sisters. In spite of the Inclement weather Indications there was a large attendance. Captain E. F. Floyd, ol the Uniform Rank, from Gray's Flats, and several of his company, were present. Among them were Messrs. Wm. Fast, Charles Toothman, Fay Michael, Erney Lemley, Elmer Hlbbs sad oth e<s, whose names we did not learn. Rev. Reed, of North Carolina, delivered the memorial sermon, which was said to be very Interesting to all'his hearers as well as very appropriate for the occasion. Rut a certain little preahcr In a certain little town, He tried very hard certain things foi to down; So him we'll discard as a man of lit tie renown; " - ?He might as well pack up his trunk and leave the little town? If the devil takes the LONE STAR, I'll stop your pain free. To show you flrst?before you spend a penny? what my Pink Pain Tablets can do. I will mall you free, a Trial Package of them?Dr. Shoop'B Headache Tab lets. Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Period pains, etc., are due alone tc blood congestion. Dr. Shoop's Head ache Tablets simply kill pain by coax Ing away the unnatural blood pressure, That Is all. Address Dr. Shoop, Ra cine, Wis. Sold by E. A. Bllllngslea A Cn ISHING CO.; frigerators 3 ;erator is an exwhy not buy the years to come. I We have ' 27 Different QfTrlaC f\~f ^ k/wjf iva vx ^ Go Carts f Buy! One t for the I x Baby | [ipimir rn luniflu tv.i Farmington Notes Mr. EdgarBock-'gneW houge is nearlng completion. ' It will have foui rooms and has a cosy appearance. Several of our young people are arranging to have a picnic of their own on the Glorious Fourth. They arc going to some grove near town, taking their dinners and refreshments and there spend the day. Mrs. Leila Martin and son, Hugh, were in Fairmont Friday. Mr. M. R. McGarvey spent Sun Jay with bis parents in Mannlngton. Several of our people were at Fairview Saturday attending the corner stone laying, which was conducted to the Masonic fraternity. Col. R. L. Sommerville left Satardav for Jamestown and other eastern points. Congressman Hubbard was In town Saturday, being the guest of our posv toaster, Mr. J. F. Campbell. He made a speech at the corner stone laving at Fairvlew Saturday. Mrs. Guy Morgan was shopping in Fairmont Saturday. The Fairmont & Mannlngton Railroad promises to be completed between this place and Mannlngton within the next ninety days. Mrs. L. L. Hupp has returned from a two weeks' visit at Earnsbaw. A surprise birthday party was given at the home of Mr. Bruce Straight on Friday evening of last week in honor of Mrs. Straight. Quite a number of people were there and the' evening was pleasantly spent. Mrs. Straight received many nice and useful presents. Mr. J. W. Duncan, of Dunkard Milt Run, has bought a bouse and lot of Mr. F. G. Gray and will move here Jin tbe spring. We are glad to have . Mr. Duncan in our midst, as be is a : good citizen. ' The old mill across the creek has ' been rented to the contractors fpr their men which are to work on the Fairmont & Mannlngton railroad. It u said that they will bring something oyer a hundred men the last of the week. The engineers are staking out the 1 right of way along the hill side oppo' site the town, where work is expected 1 to start right away. The hill being somewhat steep makes the undertaking quite a taek. BEN GREET. ' ^ I ? PICK-UP8 FROM FARMINGTON j AND 1 SURROUNDING COUNTRY. | ? FARMINGTON, July 1.?Rev. Reed, presiding elder of the M. T. Church, ' South, will preach In the M. E. Church, ' South, Monday evening, July 1st. i Masters Ray and Robert Fletcher 1 left Sunday for Cameron, Marshall ' county, where they will visit their > sister, Miss Cecil Fletcher, who lives ' with her uncle, Ingram Lough. They ' will be gone a week or ten days. Miss Eva Fletcher and niece, Miss Ruth Fletcher, of Fairmont, were visiting Miss Fletcher's brother and sis1 ter, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fletcher, of town, and Mrs, W. E. Lough, of Laurel Run, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs T. K Jones, of Davis j Ridge, was visiting at C. J. Lough's 1 Saturday and Sunday, on Laurel run. Mrs. Henry Edtly of Preston county, 1 was the guest of his brothers, D. M. and O. P. Jones, Friday and Saturday on Laurel run. 0. P. Jones, of Laurel run, sold at public auction last Saturday his personal property and will leave Monday,! July 1st, for Guernsey county, Ohio., where he has purchased a farm and where he will reside. Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Lough went to Fairmont Monday, being called there by the serious Illness of Mrs. Lough's mother, Mrs. Matilda Fletcher, of the Fifth ward; Back to Jail HERBERT STEMPLE WHO WAS CAUGHT WITH GOODS WENT YESTERDAY. GRAFTON, July 2.?The preliminary hearing of Herbert Stcmple was held In Justice Lilly's court yesterday morning. Stemplc Is charged with stealing some tinner's "tools from William Mallotince. Stemple pleaded "not guilty," after which the State presented the case. It was proved beyond doubt that. Stemple had committed the theft, and having no attorney nor witnesses he offered nothing. The tools were brought into the trial and identified by Mr. Mallonnee as the ones found in the possession of Stemple wiiuu lie tvua uneaten ui ruiriuum. The ense was not argued as Stomple hart offered nothing, and the prosecuting attorney asked Hint he he placed under $500 bonds for his appearance the next term of court. Squire Lilly made n $1,000, because 3temple had escaped from the officers. Not being able to give bond he was taken back.to Jail. j I The most liberal offer that was^ytrl of this paper to-day. Read it^Xjet .??' hear from you at once. Vat want] two thousand more reader^pMarlon county and think this wilKet them. P Of McClellan DEMANDED BY LABOR. LEADERS BECAUSE OF "WH1TEWING8" STRIKE. NEW YORK, July 2.?Labor leaders called on Mayor McClellan yesterday , to demand Street Gleaning Commie-I ? Hletnlnail for refusing BlUUCi Vlikiwus .-r~. -- _ to settle the "white wings" strike, allowing piles of disease breeding bar- 1 bage to accumulate all over the city ; and endangering the public health, j If the mayor refuses to act the leaders will try to have him Impeached. < They are acting under a resolution by the Federated Union. The American ice Company found ' strike breakers to man Its wagons and ' started all of them out under heavy guards to-day. Several wagons have already been attacked, the drivers pulled from their seats, the guards overpowered, and the vehicles upset by strike sympathizers. Where police have reached the scenes of disturbances In Ume, it was necessary for ; them to accompany the wagons everywhere they went and It Is doubtful If much progress will be made with deliveries. Peril to City. The "white wings" strike Is, however, the most Immediate peril to the city at present. Though the hpalthj department saj-s It has ihade consld-l erable progress In Its task of cleaning the streets, only 300 wagon loads of erfuse have been removed, a mere drop In the bucket in comparison with the enormouB accumulations. The health department Is urging the citizens to resort to fire and disinfectants and thie devise is being generally followed. Dr. A. C. Prentice, a sanitation expert, who made a toor of the city In an automobile Sunday, says many of the garbage heaps have already reached the disease breeding stage and that unless something is done within a few hours, the spread of disease may reach the proportions of an epidemic. Commissioner Craven planted to have 1.504 strike breakers here from Philadelphia but failed to carry out bis programme. The ice tieup Is almost complete today throughout the bororughs of Manhattan. Brooklyn and the Bronx. The barge men, stable men ana bridge men joined the strike to-day as did sixty non-union men brought from outside the city to take wagons de-. serted by the organization forces. tee to Hospitals. That Inmates of the hospitals and charitable Institutions may not Butler, 200 unionists have secured wagons of their own and are dellrertng tee to-day to such places. Union representathres' are making as complete a canvass as possible of the honsebolders to ask them to refuse to accept Ice from the nos-untoi drivers and dellverymen. In anticipation of attacks os its stables the ice company has heavy guard! of foot end mounted poWce about these places. Thus far there hare been no disorders except about the wagoDs gent out In deflnance of the union embargo. Of every 100 gallons of Illuminating oil used In the world 64 gallons are produced in the United States. IJOOK ^nvpB Transfer and an t I move anything from a baby c An mtlMrlv Iilfin mitlra A BDBCli (foods sod Pianos without dam all me up. I deliver Coal and ? la ibort order. When 70U have thing placed In storage, se* The Trunk hauling a specialty Ball Phone?Office 8, Re*. MO 117 Coa.?Office 100, Re?. 70.;- ff( JgwW.B. REDUJ ZfifM Rutrains tendenc over-developed pro attai lQn toned apron rawsSvGy/ Jeemt<lcuci WuMSy Radufo Style 754 \\ \ M J 7fny (tout women), wh I VSJ1 AEl [J trated here. Ii bt i* W f description, wltt \ ArfNiM high bust. Madeo \ At wMVkl/f ? countil, in white \ nff\a ? Ti/i ' ' Hoie iupporter? \ ^ tides. SUes23 to^ MtVw W. B. NUFOW ir ''l/flr e? I. foun4 on m1? I g W?taf*rtw Bro*., ' . ' > * ' .a ) r '' yJilVff/rifo*fol Vf'iiilffitflftirl wfl^BALT>MCKE?0Hl? RAILROAD. Schedule Effective Sunday, June t, 19071 I FAIRMONT, W, VA. \ 'Dally, i Daily except Sunday. I Sunday Eaetbound. For WASHINGTON. BALTMOMfc * PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK. V No. 8, ntU a. m.; No. 14, *1:11 pe^.jJSK No. 4. *8:40 p. m. (local to Graltoe.1 - '%$&? CUMBERLAND ACCOM.. No. ?, *7:00 3RAFTON ACCOM., No. 71, *10:11 A. aL'^ Weatbound. ^fuK One /V\T TTiniTIO nnH ruiTllM Ma : 'i,' vr tat a. .; Na 71, "1:S0 p. a. For WHEELING, Na 7. ?:? a.ia: Na^'v^ 17, *7:40 a. m. (local); No. 71. ?1:M 9, .' & m. (local); Na 56. *1.01 p. m. Monongah Division. 'IMj For CLARKSBURG and WESTON. Leave, S&Kg (for Clarksburg only). Arrive. No. lb -y,vM x7.S8 a, m. (for Clarksburg only); Now vf$sl 6, x4:80 p. m. Fairmont, Morgantown A Pittsburg For CONNELLSVILLE and PITTSBURG, & Leave, No. l. '5:00 a. m.; No. t. *7:4*' " a. m.: No. 61, 2:16 p. m. Arrive, 60. '1:10 p. m.; No. 2, *7:40 p. m.i No. *Af ?4, *0:40 p. ra.; No. 68, *10.06 p. m. For MORGANTOWN. Leave. No. 60. xl.O# us p. nj. Arrive, No. 62, *6:65 a. m. u'v>; Pawpaw Branch. Monday, Wedneiday and Saturday. Depart, No. 201, 7:00 a. m.; wo. zu&, *;gp / p. m. Arrive, No. 200, 8.15 a. ra.; N<* . V 202, 6.00- p. m. Through Service '' Fairmont to Clarksburg-', * '-mil FAIRMONT A CLARK8BURO TRACTION COMPANY. |p Car* leave Cor. Main and Jefferwn . Sta., Fairmont, HOURLY for Clark*, burg, and Intermediate Point* front 6:00 A. M. Until 10:00 P. M. SCHEDULE OF INTERURBAN CARS JANUARY 25, >07. 80DTH BOUND, . v.i. A. M. A. M. Fairmont 6:30 6:00 lOiOB 12th Street ....6:39 6:09 10:0? . Jayenne .......6:45 6:16 10:1* *'w.: Monongah 5:63 6:26 10:63 Chiefton < 6:10 6:40 ioir?-:^ Worth tngt on ...6:16 6:45 10:4#^,-^; Hutchinson .... 6:60 10:1# -3| Enterprise ....' 6:66 ..10:66 >;^ Bhlnnston 7:06 Gypsy 7:14 lljH-'/s Meadowbrook .. 7:20 _ UtlOc I? Pery Coaling Station 7:87 ll:IT \Vi Short Line June. 7:41 11:46 f<j?? Clarksburg .... 7:46 U:45.|gPj ?Hourly Until. NORTH BOUND. A. M. A. M. ' Olarkaburg .... 6:16 Short Line June 6:19 10:1# . Perry CoatiDg Sta. 6:28 10:28 : Hepslbab 6:'8 10-38 Meaflowbrook .. 6:40 10:40 >:? Gypsy ?:W 10:46 l| Bbinnaton 6:54 10)54 Enterprise ...., 7:94 Uj'04 ,>"; Hutchinson .... 7:19 11:10 v Worthlngton ...6:15 7:16 H-*lp,''$1 Chtefton .......6:28 T<20 11:20 Honongah .?6:22 7:32 > Jayenne 6:45 7:46 11f4* I 12th Street ,...6:51 7:61 11:51 <; Fairmont 7:00 8:00 lSjO# ?Hourly Until. Our stock of Wall Paper, Mom Moldlnga, Burlap, and LlnertMd% !j|| Varnishes and Stains. Agents ror Sherwin and WIIIUM ; Paints, A. M. KNIGHT S. CO, ifel . v\r Both Phones, Jacobs- Bldg/ (inns o! Hauling. I arriage to a street car and ally of moving Household age. Vhen yon need Coal, ; land to all parts of the elty Hauling to io, or desire anyunas, he's the man. S.Hwas,.JSgg;^ 50for LARGE WOMEN v to OTefflaJiiBeM. m/1 mntiM? tm-2 'portions into graceful outlines Litberto able only by slighter figures. mdid result is attained by an aaa.; extension which reaches down orei;^ i and Lips, giving die wearer abeolnf ure absolutely eliminatea tie neoeesity :sjs-like devices and atraps, Litberto itial on corsets of this kind. ' -jvo? I?(For tall Redoeo Style 760?(Pef abort . Ich Is lllus. stoat wossea). ts the same as jffi HfiZ "s'c TSO exept that the bast foifurnble ' eomearhsit or drab amend, i Made of white apd front and drab con til. Hose supporters | as. front and sides. UMJJfmSH rles, S3.00 to 38. 1 &. ERECT FORM CORSETS it dcalerf everywhere At $1?00 Ud up.