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DECEMBER 20, 1008.
m RULER OF VRHEZUELA AND SCENE IN CAPITAL dTVjDOINGS IN REALTY n . ,. . . Tuesday, Zh IfUovnutg fomiiI-torifr SSI Tmf rk,M ii ru.fi.. 7; metropolitan store wew NEWSOF THECOURTS Relief Lodge, I. 0. 0, P., Wants . ' to Foreclose Mortgage, on John Reynolds' Estate. BREACH OF CONTRACT SUIT Wnlter II. fiondrirli Vl.mls 1.1)00 fv. fliusi- Simon Lent. Opened Sit lnnn on Temple Street. Tn tlio common pleas ruinl yeM.-nlsiy afternoon a suit lirmiB'lit ' by 1 1 1 i r lodge, Nn. Sfl, I. (. o. p., axiii'Ml John II. McHuuh us executor nf tin' estate Of John Reynolds, atul t In hi'ii'.- of 'Ontin Reynolds, Kllon 11. Civile, A n 1 1 i" li. Kinney, iM, ,T. Reynolds, tn rmiM' the amount of u morl sunn lime was filed. Tll' note is fur IflHU. 'l'lli' 1 1 ! ; i i i : -tilt claims tlifit Stephen W. Tlinmpf - i .had a mnrtKiiK" m the i r it; v.nA 'that lie Assigned it tn tin- Relief ln''.:e some time iiro. The papers wore sen," 14 by Rosco'e p,rnwn and tin.' atmi'iuy for thn plaintiff t.i .Tn tries p. Hart. Tlrcncli of Ointi'iii'l Suit. Wnlter II. (inndrlch of r.nH Have l yesterday hr.iiiKht. suit for $,uim against Simon Ponta nlli'Kit's breach nf contract. Tin plaintiff claims tlial mi May 20, 1007 the defendant ninili a three-year cunt met with him tn mirk for him at a salary n;' $". a week, ami that In that time ho would not rne,ni;e In any other linn of business I'nill JPeptornhPi'. 10ox, ho kept tills aT"ciii"Ht end then uave hp hl.s position. At .present ho Is running ;i saloon at Tn ITemple street.. The plaintiff therefor.' claims large rlnnuiKos. In the rlty court yesterday afternoon (the case against Arthur 'A. Hermann, proprietor of the Pabst rnf. oh.-iruct jwlth selling liquor to young girls mi).r ..age. went over until January - At mat IV MSm WJK Ifefe. v rapers Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. (Jail Claims .lumps llrlllv In ,1'ihll Scranton stn i't. I I'm t- Krni'St I., .Ni'tth'liiii In laiu man, Truiinin stni't, I'mt. Kazimiiras I luilas tn 'buries Pardee street, ;iil feet. Charles II. Wihli tn Andrew JllllleS MtP'i't. 411 feet. Arthur V, .Marsden to Audi .Inhiuuii, Munis, street. I Ja feel ('. Conlnn, Knuf- Cudas, Cody, l -w .1. arranly Krnls, William Cliirglvin ii I., f. Hates enmpaiii, rear nf (ienrge street, fei-t. William X. Mitehell to Samuel i;. MllllSi'll, Yale avenue, .'pO fei-l. Henry K. l.olVe In Itnsi" l.lfeheU, Culler street, I I :, feet. Cliffunl II. Street, el ,'il. tn Clarellee I'. Wilson, et ii Kdwards street, 110 I', el. time there will probably be a deei.don. Liquor Warrant Issued. Wnuor Proeeulnr N'IIps yestrday is- miftil tenrrants for thp arrest nf S. II. 1 The eoup of Ceneral .Tunn Vlepnte (inme-. and his assumption nf rule In ene.uela lf( regardeii In some Kurnp irom i.niiitnn iiitiniate that ( astro is mil shared nt Washington, rtermanv lonUs with I'avnr on the new cov- ernmeiit. and the Freneh newspapers hail Willi satisfaction Vhal tin y vitn stder the definite downfall of President Casiro and enniiin'iid the energetic nttltiicle of HciIIaiid as an important Inlluene,. in ih,. i-,,iapse . . r a p ign of v inli'iiee and inseeinitv. ean quarters with suspleion. Cables was engnizant of llie ennn. but this view MoiiKHgrs. Siiiiiuel and liosh- l.lfehet. to Henry I.nwe, liuller street, ::S feet; $1,1100. John C. 'union to N'allnnal Savings Hank, Seranlnn street, III feet; $700. Ka.'.imlawis Cud, is In New Haven Savings Hank. 1'anlee sti t, ,!o feel; JT00. Samuel ami Knslc l.il'ehetz In lb n- -V lO. I, owe. Puller Street, TH feel; ;,nno. Prank Maylinger tn Conneetieiit Mings I'.ank, Crown street, ,".0 feel; .',.' Oil. Seine time aso of Jill: M Piee. died lea ing ennsideiM -falh.-r and inakiiicr --utrix. After tti Mi... Iiemln?. was tn filmmonsand James H. Reeves, rm,.rl. v . '" I '-l" ' " - , w '..,. ,., Ka nu..1 hotel charred!"'0 ':'"'"' 'birltm the remainder f his vii.ir, I '" ' ' " llii' lie. I. ..... .... ..r .1 I. The ' '"- wo- r.,, ' 'IOkp. nl !l,e w ill iil'il .i II is i I. limed iso lar as she is eoneerned the will Is i Invalid. request ef relatives. r.ent.-y iii.e. a son In So'iihh.ir.i, M.-i.-s . Id" prop, riy to h Afrs Pmiii i iteming. is father':, ,b I As Tiirough ' a Shop Window Admlni-d'aloC. Iee(. Kstate nf John Callagh'T I" , I onion, Serantiin street, :m John I'" t. With selling liquor on Sundays. warrants were the result of a made Sunday on the hotel. j Admit T. fi. Mltrheir Will. I Judge of Prnhate John P. Studio--'yesterday admitted to probate the win 'ot thp late Donald O. Mitchell. His ,twn sons, Ponald fi., Jr., rind Waller 11, qualified as fxeeutors. The up 'polntment of appralsors went over im tll later. The estate Is not believed to tie a large one, consisting mainly nf the BRIEF MENTION. High water to day nt a m. llaiT'f's for January al the Pease Lev, is Company's. Some eh ver person has hit upon an j idea, nf raiding llie popular fur turban j from h,. eninnmnpla. o tn the iii'tistU' I by using ii ti limning nf tine black icbiinlilly 1 1 co In the form of a large flat rosette set on the 1, rt side II ! Hi c-i nut .sound particularly fasclnat .Ing. but the Huffy muss s-cured to the lint with a pair of handsome hatpins needs to he seen In order to be ap preelaied t;, Its sld" the feather trimmed or ibuvi-r decked lynx hat be comes acttia II y odious by comparison. Puilillin; PtTmil. Adam Caiewski. three. t'amih frame . i.enient, :';!D i-'iieh s' rcet. lv I). Murphy, :.' I Clark street frame shed. I'red Von P.eren, pi.lge street, on-- fatuity frame house. nn. Mti A'cii at ii itn i:i. Pnnioiis N'nliii-allsi In Meet ( 'miimlstloii. tonne pwiperty at Kdaewnod. Jaoobs fitM ITIe n-onnt. In the probate court yesterday .Tudee Sttldley ordered T.otlls P.. Jacobs to file In two week an nceounl. In thn estate of TVtlftaiu Puttnn of which he Is exe cutor. The order was Issued on th" Tvnllcntlnn of Attorney Charles P. IHamllton, reprsentlng the Vnlvenerv At 2 of llie M lock this afternoe i .1 i si .ii i4-incli of tin Carlisle stre. i school w in n ; poor children will be presented with Chrlst- ;th aiinerlor court f or fl.'.na ... - the -William Rittt.on estste n ui to date ' psvche" de uands a I firm underpiniiiiig to keip the big knot a ineeting ; nf p,Ys and colN from sllpUng down "' ""' 'i'""-"" ""o " ' " ''"!-, on Hie neeK jsnme ot ill" new bim-ii ; tl iual Pirisirii" sncietv will be at I l.i.nettex are six Inches Ioiik bv half lis many Wine. IUHI llie ;iic wni n. nm resting against the bead, but at right mas gifts. angles to It under the loose knot of - hair. Most of these large barrett'-s are The offlc'al board of Tritnti Meth-I " carve,) shell, lit luilural or amber odlst Kp!s-opil ehureh ha.i invited the , oor, but lor evening wear there nr r..... r r.u.. n- n,..,..,.,i . h.,i . . i el a bora t e a iTa I rs of r Ii I n est ones fc t In a I a in Mil o i.i'i I ' I iM'iiii u . .,i ' "' ' . in' 'i jButton tatA which hn n JiuK'nirnt In nt pr,Mort r rM1,.,in ;.,.. th.-r yonr fit Init irunrU of st. Hn HKhv " i t trt l' 1 II',' !l lr IT 'ITB 1! H Ml'- cepted He Ciime to T.ih.tv last spring j '"' " ' " "", '"" upon n call made unaiiiimmsly by the "aah this winter. They .HVo members of Trintv M. P. churdi b" r'M- n tn force ,! are to be seen on street suits as well ns on ball gown The economical gtrl can not iffnrd to own a .ish for every froefc, so she chooses one In black or white satin that will do dutv on scv- I T.v t tl, of rranltq Isaac oire n,'Te, as a un i'u"'''i . i The first I'hotco ;as sold to Max Ad- ler. wno pan, ,m ,,.. : ,,, almost as rone,, nmre a- a premium . fMm,nll(in a , w (h f).atprbon(.. for the choice. , (( w n (J,1).i)ilr(1 .)th hkB ,, ryo, ; T!ie oiitr,- part In then adjusted til in - At llie regular Weelitj 111 i II K tn-i day III Hartford, the state llsh and gaum commhsloners will lld'ti to an address by Pr. Cecil l-'r tudi of Wa -h-Inglon, l. C I'r. French is one of the best known naturalists In lle'l country and has an lnl"i national rep illation. He ruriiiahes birds ami mil- ; mals to zoological gardens In tills ami foreign countries and Is also much Interested in the preservation of game. II" will dnnbtlefsly have many labia hie suggestions to present to the emu- j mlssloners. I The commission is now bard at work preparing the annual report j which must be submitted to Cnvernorl Woodruff next week, and Ihrv peel : to have It finished within a fv 1 dais. ClUtlSTMXS CVItOI, $l.nnn suit zntnst nty.-Mrs.- Sarah Harper nf Whaney nv. ntte has brought suit for $l.wa ngnlnst I the rlty for Injuries received In a fab on a slippery walk. February 2t, 10ns Mrs. Harper claims to hav sustained a fractured spine and several other ln 1 Jurlei. Over $14 Ml was netted from the uale of jnn pews nt auction In the Temple ! Mlshknn l.'-tael. This Is a little more; i thnn the news sold for la-t unr Judge' ! P. J- TMfe Conservn.tor. Judge of Probnte TI. P. Mors" of -Cheshire yesterday nppolntert Prank J iBIce of thl.s city, conservator over his : uncle Julius K. Rice, who owns a farm in Cheshire and who Is about 72 years ;cld. The appointment was made nt the isinns with this she makes it up on a honed foundation; otherwise. It will soon lie l'ti-rllent Proluotlon nt Trinity Nil lloue Veterdav. Par The Tiev A T. Mot-ne, the national field .seeretarv of tjie l',,T;pe Temper ance Ky tension Movement, will speak In the ph'st M. K church on K!m street this evening. T.nst evening the members of Christ church Sunday school hid Its rhiist ina" tree and entertainment . Princes.s Piiowflnkp oneretta was given. .TI'- eharaeters w-re Xlcolettn, Marlon 1 Francis; Princess Snowtlake, 'era I Parish; nttendants, I'hnih.tte I'lark, j Pexoin Williams, wilhelmlna 1'eWhiirg, X'lolet and Vivian Klhefidge. Myrt'ei Sims and Kthel Huinphrey. The Chiistrons ntertnlnment and j tree for the Sunday school of ihei Mel liodlsl, Kplscopal church was Si.M I last pvenlnt; In th char"'l of the I church. ly. but so losety as pot to hive n stllT, ready tied look The ire ,,f swandown n trniimine is being i' lived An imported scarf j for rvepi'ig war, pvotoetitiR the hend and shoulders, was of soft, silky gonzn !l(o chiffon. In a pub' pink background covered with n design In Ivory white li w.'i the width "d the silk, extremely long, foiniib d on the edges and trimmed all nroiind with swandown. which gave the needed weight, even though of such n Huffy naiure Th. price was prohibitive to the avenge person, because the scarf was a nov elty, hut It could be copied at colll- At Trinity parish house ,-te-..i afternoon and evening "A Christmas Carol" was given bv members of th" Sunday school, thirty -six in number. The phn was given under the direr tinn of Mr and Mrs penjamln S.o vllle, who bent every bit of mercy to make the nffalr the greatest sucesi In a sunt niatu years, at Trinity. Pa i h cflarncter wns dressed In oiig Inal Pickens costume nnd founds of applause greeted eii'i, and exery nn ni her of the east f"f their clover make up and splendid delivery of lines. Mr. and Mrs. Seville should fee very prmid on the sip cess of their work. IM'SMVS PI IfslVN INTIA I'IOVS. n n n u n H n u n n n u H H n w n n n H H B H H m n m n n n B B B H B B B n n B B B B B B B ;B it u !b B B B n B B fl B B B B B B i B B B B B B B B n Mid-Winter CI I Continues A Swift Career of Money-Saving. T sets a bargain pace hard for outside store keeping to follow. Opportunities jostle opportunities of all kinds in extremely desirable and seasonable mer- . -i T i m f.nisoeso- nf oithpr vnlitfiif nnnlttv hut nricc-ctlts auicklv. iw fee tlio cnlr aim and nhtpct nf the immediate ousting of all winter UCipiV) IWVIIIV no niv siwiw ...... l l-l merchandise over-plus. The interesting story writes new bargain chapters like these for Tuesday ! i ii iwMwr- Mid-Winter Boys' Clothing Sale. n u n u n w B 95c 15oys Pants 59c dray, Rroun and Olive Cnssimere Knickerbocker Pants, afes9iol6 yrs. 50c K05V Hlouscs 39c. "Puritan" make, in Blue and Gray Stripe and Check GirtRham and Madras, soft collar nttttch.'d, aj;es 7 to 1 H yrs. $4.50 Hoys' Suits $2.45 Blue Cheviot, Gray and Brown Stripe Tool Cassintcre Knickerbocker Suits, pants lined in front and double seat. Also Black Cheviot ntul Gray Cassimere Knee Pant Suits, apes 8 to lfl yrs. Reefers. O'Coats $3.45. Gray and Blue Frieze, Broun and Grav Cassimere and Fancy Mixtures In i;,.fr Rns.inn and Loni Overcoats. Reefers 6 to 12 yrs; Russian Coats 3 to 8 yrs; Overcoats 8 to lfl yrs. Very stylish cut and nohby fjnrments, broken sizes. Values jn.uu to 3n.nu. Suits and Overcoats $4.95 All of ourhich crade Suits in Brown, Olive and F.lephant Gray Worsted and Fancy Stripe Cassimere Knickerbocker Suits, aees 9 to 16 years. Blue Chin chilla and Kersey, Brown Stripe F.nglish Tw eed and Mixture 3-4 lenpth Reefers, hrnleu cirea 7 tn 1 2 vents. C.rv Strlna ana Hprr flnnnp wenvR nno nrn un fwj1 Cassimere and Melton Overcoats, fancy cutis ana pocneis, arcs v io i o yrs. Reg ular value $6.00 to $7.50. $4.00 Boys'' Suits $1.95. Dark Gray Check and Stripe and Brown Plaid Cassimere Knickerbocker Suits ; coats with fancy cuffs and pockets. Ages 1 1 to 16 years. Boys' Reefers $2.45. Blue Frelze, Gray and Brown Cassi mere flannel lined nnd fancy mixture Reefers, 3-4 IcnRth, broken sdzes, ages 6 tn 12 years. Value $4.00 and $4.60. II C CI .1 Brown and Gray Worsted and Cassimere, Black Cheviot, Blue Serje, IiOyS ollllS ipo.'rO. paney Mixtures and Corduroy Knickerbocker Suitti. Gtay and Brown Cassimere Knee Pant Suits. Blue and P.rewn Serge, Cray Cassimere and Brown Flannel Russian Suits. Arcs according to style. Regular values $5.00 and $5. SO. Mid-Winter Clearance Sale Price $3.4o. , n i.1 R-ja i . m I B n I Mid -Winter Wash Goods Sale, Silk warp Moussclinc 12':c A small lot of Silk Warp Mousseline, in. various small figures printed on white ground; also some in plain colors. These goods were formerly priced at 25c and up to 50o a yard. Clearance Price 12 l-2c. Mercerized Ginghams 14c. Various size Stripes and Checks in Blue, Pink, Tan and. Black on White. These retain their lustre after launder ing. Also .aVtnch wide Scotch Zephyrs, light and dark colors. Worth 25c yard. Clearance of Wash Dress Goods Remnants, Gingham, Percale, Madras, Chambray, etc, in 2- to 6-yard lengths, suitable for Children's Dresses, At Half Regular Prices. ti Mid -Winter Clearance Sale of Silks, Dress Goods and Linings. L Dress Goods and Silks. Waist, skirt, dress, trimming and lining lengths of all the best styles of Dress Goods and Silks; what's left of the new Fall styles. 1 1-2 to 7 yard lengths of Dress Goods and 1 to 11 yards ol SUks and Satins. At Half Regular Prices. Wool Waistings 59c yard. All our fine wool Waistings in pretty Stripes and Plaided effects in Crepe and Serge weaves. All wool, for dressy street waists. 85c and 51.00 values. 50c Dress Goods At 29o. About thirty part pieces of 50c quality of Fancy ' Mixtures, Stripes and Plain Dress Goods, Serges, Albatross and Ladies' Cloth. Yard wide, all wool and wool mixtures. To be sold at less than the manufacturer's price. ?9c a yard. Lining Remnants 8c yard. All colors and Black Percaline and Satteen, ahout 800 yards in lengths of ) to fi yards ; yard wide, perfect goods. Worth 15c and tip to 20c a yard. parathely little expense. Hi uince mm ST) M'UU.I T I I I'll, In Ml l Si oni'ue nf lille Itilrrs i;rs nml ( oiinlties. Now that Mnallpov, thanks to com The Qui ley Standard Dosks : puisory v: inniion. h i'i'iii' n rat- i ii iii i n iii'.eii cninmiiiiii u n. tienriei nre among' the best. We in ventory January 1. Until then L.:--rr--. ,..iu i 5P i$35 Wys a $50 desli, $40 buys All 6fie jn honpon V Shop Furnishers & Decorators In connection with Decor ating & Furnishing, we Make & Hang Shades with a view to giving the plcasantest Jight & creating a harmonious effect with the woodwork & fur nishings throughout the house fit also from the exterior point of view. f,er steps fnriianl as the u 01 st ot the eruptive ilis, as, s of , lill,lho,nl ll in a malailv nt euuniinus mil hiull y. Tliuci iliilc:-, ni 'Miu! nearlv ;,in years holnro the in trlliiumy of our i ra. eallril a $55 desk and $48 buys a $65 'it a Ii.tHi.is.. fr iii- r.ino.,. ,.,:(. II lias scoiliyeu Hie wane races 111 an anos ami all cnunlt les, liml tile phy vii ians of all schinils lour leveled lelilr heaviest nrtlllerv upon II Vet le remains a puzzle unsolved and nil e 1 1 e m y ulicuiKUe,il even to ilny. We are in douhl ns tn Its cause, nnd tlnfo is no liruR or antitoxin tltal will cure It.., .nr...l,A nil ,1.1,. I 1... .1.....I. ....... 11 I 11 n"' U.PII" .HI llll me ..'..II, mencincr at S14, at equally ,... ,,,ariet fever is siemiiiv (icciin- Inii, anil vve nuiy expect it tn ihtiiiio nmre and inore ns the years ro hy. The renson for Ihls, I lake II, Ilea In llie fact that the modern doctor Is n event deal more (mariner with tilll.t and ! !tors, Morris Chairs, Children's powders thnn his predecessor and a 1 ! , 1 ureal deal more lavish with water, nlr I 'OaA... arA in fart, mnsr, nnv. i ., . ., . ... .... ., . .. Xbui.,r.vi o, . - ias a in iscpi ie. in hi.- oiii nays n n- Hhing in the furniture line, don't j nfT.r,,, !V0'ii make US an Offer tlliS WCCk In stawnerlnn nunntltl.'a nnd na a result i J muni' of lliein illed 'I'n-dav mi'dlcllleS are hut minor auxiliaries In the sick ruiini. nml holli doctor and nurse de vote their niHln cncrKes to prev eul ttifj a spread of the Infection. 'desk; heavy square edges and flaked quartered oak. j The round edged desks of : other standard makers, com- j large discounts. ! As to the Dolls' Pcrambula-1 Kepi) f Fomlirn mil.-o tn Inn Mnilo In Diiinii of Itotihlo lii'iillni;. St. I'eterslmi IT. pne. ?S The I'liniRo hronplit In th" duma i..eni her hy Prof. Paul Mllnkotf. lender! of the constitutional ileinucrats. that! tho P.nsslan policy of ihuthle drallimS In Persia, nn.l particularly the h.-hav-i lot- or I'nlonel LIuKhoff. th" mllitarv 1 C'lvernor of To icrati, slp.ive, prepara tions for the eventual occupation of Persia hi Russian troops, his drawn a response from Mm foreign oflleo. , oftl.-lHl I'oiniiinnlcntloii . praises the work of I'nlonel l.lakhoff. and .letines his status ns a Persian ofllc-i- etiMr-ly siihorillnal.' In the shall, who is iihui" tespoiisllil.' for his conduct. T,ie roup iniinlcali'.n t 1 1 os. s with the statenient lliat ('olonel l.lalihnff ot. 'its no inllu ence on Mm Kusslan policy In Persia, which cm Ists "f sleaily enconrace in nt of reform There- l,u no cnnnrinstlon from any source of the reported attempt upon the life of lae shall of Persia. A local newspaper, the Veclmr. y.-st. r lay said It hud heard that Inn men .HsKuls.-d as priests had made an attempt tn kill the Persian ruler on peeemlier "f NAMI S XU.XWPKK TKOI P. Mayor I'lm-es Mlm on t'ltll Sen Ire Pon nl. i ! unless you wish to buy, 1 1 lBRQVN&DllRHftMi Complete House Furnishers, ORANGE m CENTER STREETS. HOW ABOUT YOUR EYES? Now Unit tlio holiday rush In over, liosslUly your l).ven limy nerd intention. If so. cull up 1 1 0 ;t -:i nnd make nn ap piiliilmriil with (. ,M. PVI5KI K, 8 10-A ( 'linjwl Street. Ono lllfelit up. Ma.vnr Martin jeslerdny n 11 nouiu eil the iippolntiiu'tit of Alexander Troup. ,ir.. to the civil service lion nl llie ap- polntment to take effect on .Inn miry I. ! The tel-m under the charter provision j Is for six years. Mr. Troup Is In suc ceed Pr. K. Heed U'hltlemnre, whose I term expires on New- Year's eve. He : Is Hie oldest son of the lute Hon. Al- j cxander Troup nnd Is now Retieral m.'iiuiKcr of th" KvcuIuk I'liion, ,. Is on.- of the best known of (he .MiuilK- cr men of the city and a. prominent j member nf the t'nlnii league. t.Kioiws pk i;p it 1 Nt.. j Ibnnuiirfr, pec, ;S. Preparal Inns for (lie Cernuin nnd American Son.lcr class j ri'Kiitla In lltifl nre prnsri'sslim rapid-! ly. Nine new yachts are ieiu built j here, two of which are for Hie t'ro.vti Prince uiul Prince KIM respeellvelv. The fltuil chuci. of the three boats to represent (iernuiny In the Ititernntlnnal contest will li" mil. In at the KH ff-gatta. fl 131 fl fl fl fl 0 H fl fl fl n fl a a a H fl fl 1 fl I n fl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl Bargains in Busincss cn s 111 ecus. Desk and Office Envelopes. Commercinl Envelopes, white XX stock, liifs t1-4 nnd 5 .-4. At 2c a puck. r.ommere'al Fnvelopet, XXX hiRh prsde whit? stock, size 6 3-4 nd 6 1-4. This sle ten packages In box for JSc. Large Envelopes, white wove, XXX, sizeiS -l and 9 at 8c pack. Box of ten packs tific. Pay Envelopes, Manila stork, ten packs, 2.S0 for 15c. Desk and Office Cash Boxes. Japannsd Tin Cash Boxes, sunk handle, tint key, 7 l.ich 3Sc, reg ular M)c; S - men .ic, p-guiar 0c; 9 inch ?.0i', regular 6.1c. I ula Blank Kooks. ruck with RiiRsin corners, tijjht back ; records, ledgers, iotirnals, long day hooks. 200 pnges 25c ; aoOpnirs oSc; 5(10paj;cs 50c. Cap Folios, very iiifih grad white wove paper, leatherette covers, mnrhte edsed corners. 200 pages 40c; 300 pages 4c ; 400 paces 70c. Crown, three-quarter bound, Rus sia corners, cloth sides. ISO roinesfiSe: 200 MBes 7Sc 1 400 pages $1.10. Desk and Office Blotters Blotters, cut and packaged, size 3x10. One dozen in package 2e. Big Desk Blotters, nil the best colors, size 18 x 24. Two for 5c. Desk and Office Ink Wells Ink Stands Mason's economic glass Mnks, with rubber cup and dipper, assort ed styles. For this sale 1 fc. Mason's economic Library Ink Set, nn Hue polished onk case, two wells and sponge cup. For this sale $1.50. Library Ink Rets, polirhcd oak base, Mason's economic, single wen. special hi hoc. Office Supplies. Three-ply While Cotton Twine, medicm weight, At 5c. Desk con veniences for holding calendar, etc. He. Notes nnd Drafts, popu lar forms, lc Busi: ess Men's Memo. Rooks 8. Knvelone Moist. j eners 5,0c. Rubber br.nd's 2 lc box. Mid-Winter Clearance of Lcms and Romeo V.lppcrs. Little Men's Goatskin Leather Levins, 2 buckles, warm lined, sizes 3 to 10 years. Regular $1.25 values. Sale Price 90c. Little Men's Brown Suede "Buster Brown " Leggms, sizes 5 to 9 years. Regular $1.50 values. Clearance Sale Price 98e pair. Women's Felt Romeo Fur Trimmed Slippers, little odd lots, in all size. Regular $1.19 values. Clearance Sale Price 88c a pair. gra?linBMSjtS; M raaflflflflflflflflflfl135113 flflflflflflflAfl MWJaMHMMtffcH H fl POI.UT, TO II K ARMOHV. After streiiuniis el'fni'i.-i which In the end readied I iuvernnr-clect. 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