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IHB PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAYiOtEMBER 2S,
WHAT GAS CAN DO.
It Borst Out the Sides of a Uonse at
Braddock, Scorching Fire People.
PKECIPITATED INTO THE STREET,
The Seventeen Occupants at the Time Had a
.. Karrow Escape.
An explosion of natural gas occurred iu a
was taken io the Homeopathic Hospital.
Last night it was reported that she was in
a fair way to recover.
Building Inspector Brown considered the
front wall of the building to be unsafe, and
ordered that it be torn down.
The Homeopathic Hospital physicians
said last night that the condition of Hiss
Barbara Eckendorfer was much improved,
and that her recovery was possible.
Sleep Killed by a. Car.
Early yesterday morning car No. 4 of the
Pittsburg Traction Line ran into a drove of
sheep on Fifth avenue, near Bidwell street,
killed one and maimed others. The sheep
had been bought by George Tesh, tbe
butcher, and were being driven to slaughter.
Aeent O'Brien was notified of the affair.
and went out He found two badly wound-"
two-story frame house at Braddock yester- ed sheep lying by the roadside, and he cut
day morning, by which "William House- 1 their throats.
THE BBADDOCK EUISS FROM A PHOTOGRAPH.
holder, an employe of the Philadelphia Gas
Company; George "Walters, a plumber, and
two children ol the owner, John Keolfch,
were more or less badly burned. House
holder, who is a youth of 18 years, is the
greatest sufferer, being burned about the
head and upper portion ot the body,and is not
expected to recover, while "Walters and the
two children, though also scorched by the
flames, are not iujured to tbe same extent.
There were 17 people in the bouse at tUe
time, and it is surprising that there were not
more casualties than those recorded.
Thejdwelling aSected was owned and oc
cupied by John Keolscb, an employe in the
Edgar Thomson Steel "Works, and what of
it remains stands at the corner of Robinson
and "Wood streets, within a short distance of
the Pennsylvania Railroad. For some time
Mr. Keolsch had experienced difficulty with
the gas, which resulted on Thursdav morn
ing in a small fire originating in the kitchen,
but which was easily extinguished. Tester
day's disasters were ushered in at 5:30 o'clock
in the morning, when Mr. Keolsch was en
gaged in preparing his breakfast. He had
removed a vessel from the stove, which was
heated by a lour-ligbt gas pipe, when an ex
pansion of the lighted gas took place, which
set fire to the apartment and burned Mr.
Keolsch very severely about the head, face
Marriage licenses Granted Yesterday.
J Estlenne Schwab Pittsburg
J Eliza Gebler Mitsbnrg
Emsnuel Foster Pittsburg
J Lora Brown Pittsburg
J Albert ZTtrast Pittiburir
( Annie Zarambu Pittsburg
BOEHU On Friday afternoon. November
22, 18S9, at 135 o'clock, Fauian BOEniL ared
48 jears and 2 days.
Funeral will take place from his late resi
dence, corner Ninth street and Penn avenue,
on Monday mobnikg, at 8.30 o'clock, to pro
ceed to St. Philomena's Church where requiem
high mass will be read at 9 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
BUCKLEY On Wednesday, November 20,
1589, at 1 p. m., aks, widow of the late Charles
Funeral from the residence of her son, 8am
nel Buckley, 373 Rebecca street Allegheny, on
Satttedat afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends
ol the family are respectfully invited to attend.
i? A?-Fri.'iay ""wnlnft November 22, 1889,
3?0..-" Mazik M. Egan, only daughter
SSS",'1-? J-Stuart- ad 21 years, 2
0, McCLINTOCK & CO.'S.
The window decorations
are the open signs of the
owner's taste which "he who
runs may read." Their duty
is a double one. They are,
within, what the eye is to a
portrait the all important
climax of a room's furnish-
ment. 1 hey are, without, the
only visible indexes to the
World of the interior bright
ness and beauty of your home.
We are now showing the
finest and most artistic stock
of Curtains and Drapery ma
terials ever shown in Pitts
burg. It includes the newest
patterns and choicest color
Irish Point, Renaissance,
French Guipure, Tambour,
Scotch Guipure, Nottingham,
Madras (in Curtains and by the yard).
Funeral from the residence of her parents.
No. 6211! Bro,.,! ., W w o "'
He was able, however, to call I noon-. i7nnh., ..o -I-,.. , . rfr .
for assistance and the fire was soon subdued, the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Concluding he had had enough of gas, Mr. 12 ' "
at jmF; "? Jhnar. November 21. 1889,
j .n An?" ?E?IS b,!;ITed daughter of Wm
moXWdW- aged 7 yeaM
Funeral will take place from her parents
residence. 5J25 Ellsworth avenue, Bhadyside, on
SATintDAT xtoBsxsra, November 23, at 10
T?.?F'A$,?15tD. Minn, on Wednesday.
Graff. """" ABaa' abah A., wife ofP.Ai;
Funeral services and interment at Duluth.
dPnT1 -S place from his late resi
dence, No. 60 North Diamond street. Alle-
Kheny.onBATUEDATJiOENXNoat 10 o'clock,
toattfnt 7 ar8 re3ectfuUywrited
BrofdL ?mIIy residence. No. 6232
Vernier8 $f ta"!inth Friday. Not
t chilT.1 a",?- at. Alice V., young
days. d of Albe M. Lee, aged 11 years and 18
Notice of funeral hereafter.
iMlN47-0nyednesdav. Novembers at
nifaf e. LKDSAY. to " 71th year of
Funeral service at his late residence. No 102
Maple avenue, Allentown. Thirty-flrst ward, on
BATtTKDAT. November 23, at 10 o'clock. A. x.
Interment at a later hour. j
SABr?PS?l!?J!..on Prfdar. November 22.
years. ' MAB aRed w
Funeral will take place on Sundat after
noon, at 2 o'clock, at his late residence 239
Fifth avenue. Friends of the family 'are
respectfully invited to attend.
Keolsch notified tbe company to turn off
THE TEEACHEROUS FLUID
from his bouse, and having had his burns
attended to, went upstairs and lay down be
side his wife, who had not yet left her room
since the birth ot her child, ten days pre
viously. George Walters, a brother-in-law
oi the owners, removed the meters, and, in
company with William Householder, on be
half of the gas company, proceeded to ascer
tain where the leakage of gas existed. They
descended to the cellar, accompanied hy
Keolsch's two sons, aged respectively 11
vears and 7, and struck a match to commence
investigations. Instantly the cellar was
filled with flame, accompanying the ex
plosion which burst out the side and Iron',
of the house, thereby allowing the
floor of the room in which Mr. and Mrs.
Keolsch were to drop, throwing the occu
pants into the street. Owing to the circum
stances of the family, friends and relatives
of the occupiers to the number of 13 were
nssembled in the room at the moment of the
explosion, and were, in an instant, sliding
down the slooing floor to a resting place on
the sides ot the house, then lying halfway
across the streets. Assistance was promptly
at hand and the unfortunates conveyed in
carriages to their homes; the Keolsch family
finding refuge with their relatives, Mr.
John Walters, on Bailroad street. The ex
plosion was so violent as to shake the houses
to a considerable distance all around, and
drive in the windows of Patrick Foley's
store across the street.
CONDITION OP SUFFEBEBS.
When seen last night Mr, Keolsch was
invisible in bandages, but was not suffering
much pain, and expects to be at work again
in a lew days. His wife complained of
bruises about the body, but was doubtful as
to whether her infant had sustained injury
or not. The two boys who were in the cel
lar reposed in bed, enveloped in bandages
and are.getting around wl He Walters, who , 7:10 a. it, Chbbtina Bawie, aeeears
liPM in Torth ftrsrlrinMr is nm. I and 5 months. ' - jcaia
gressing toward recovery. A call was
made on Mr. John Householder,
William's father, who said that though
his son was badly burned he expected ne
would recover, xnose in the room at the
time of the occurrence inclnded Mrs. Winck
enbouck, Mre. Letzinger and her daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. John Walters, Mrs. Keolsch's
parents, three children of the Keolsch's and
two children of Mrs. Keolsch's brother.
They all slid down into the street on the
floor as it gave way at the front and side,
nnd were more or less bruised by the fall.
Only those were burned by the gas who
happened in the cellar at the time, as above
When Householder, Walters and the two
boys went down to the cellar, the former
having first turned off the gas at the main,
they muse have been unaware of the volume
of the gas which had concentrated there.
The match was struck, and the disaster fol
lowed. Tbe house is of four rooms, and cost
Mr. Keolschsomewhere between 5800 nnd
1,000. As it now stands it is minus two
sides and the floor of the front room, but the
chimneys, roof and other sides are intact.
A. LOCAL UPHEAVAL.
A severe explosion of natural gas took
Art Silks, Silk Beps,
Tapestries, French Art Cretonnes,
(for bed hangings, chamber walls, etc)
33 FFTH AVENUE 33
B LOOKER'S aMo.
Instantaneous. nnrh XBSi
150 Cups JUI11
a & DEPOT, U Mercer St, K. T.
For sale wholesale and retail by
103 Federal Street,
no&CT-WS Allegheny, Pa.
A NOVELTY FOR THE GENTLEMEN
place in the basement of the three-story
brick house at No. 57 Wylie avenue just
about G o'clock yesterday morninc. The
house is owned and occupied by Mrs, George
Glass, and at the time of the accident nine
.persons were in the house. The members of
' ,the family were nearly all asleep on the sec
The house is opposite the new powerhouse
of the. Central Traction Company, and the
the street has been excavated for the cable
vaults. It is believed that the excavating
caused a leak in tbe Philadelphia Com
pany's gas main. The gas escaped into the
coal-vault under the sidewalk and thence
into the basement When Barbara Ecken--dorier,
the young German domestic, de
scended to prepare breakfast she
lighted a match and there was
sn explosion. The building was rattled,
windows broken, ceilings cracked, chande
liers shattered, the front wall rent in two
places, and the stone sidewalk broken to
pieces. The servant's clothing took fire,
"fehe rushed upstairs to Mrs. Glass bedroom.
There quilts were thrown her and the flames
were extinguished. The girl was badly
viMueu on me iwc, sreast auu arms, ene ,
MCMILLEN-On Friday. November 22. 1889
at 11 O'clOCkA-MSAHtJELA.. son ofSarS:
and late Samuel McUillen, in the 36th ySr of
his ago. J ul
Funeral from his late residence. 113 Webster
avenue, Sunday, November 2i, at 2 p. jr.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
RAWIE-On Friday, November 22. 18S9 at
and 6 months.
Funeral from her late residence. SI Chestnut
street, Allegheny, on Sunday, November 2t
at 2 o'clock P. ir. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
REED Heien CiAntE Reed, aged 3
and 5 months, daughter of WiU ri. 2nd Setae
Funeral services at 1:30 p. m., Saturday at
their residence, 60 Arch street, Allegheny
Funeral later, private.
.SAMPLE On Friday, November 23. 18S9 at
B A. it., at her residence, MHlvale. Shiler
township, Maby A, wife of wAT Sample,
aged o3 years. ui,.o ,
Funeral services will take place on Sunday
at 2 o'clock p.m. Fi lends of the family are
STANTON On Friday morninc November
22. 1889. jEANtE S wife of D. Per BaSSi
Funeral services at Yonkers, N. Y.
BTAYTON On Friday, November 22. 1BS9
at S P. M., Maby Eksttn, eldest daughter ofl'
R. and Mary J. Stayton, ased 16 years!
Funeral services at parents' residence,
Superior station, on Sunday afteknoon at
2 o'clock. Interment private. '
SHANOR Suddenly, at North Pit. ht...
Rev. W. P. BHANOE. ' """
Notice ot funeral hereafter.
STREET On Friday, November 22, 1S89 at
730 A. K., J. a 8TBEET, in his 73d year? '
Funeral from his late residence", Grant
avenue. Mill vale borough, on Sunday at 2
p.m. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. '
JAMES ARCHIBALD ft BRO
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES
117.119 and 136 Third avenue, two doora below
Smithfleld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriagesforfunerals,53. Carriages for ODeras.
Eartles'' I016 lowest rates- AH neVcS
riagea. Telephone communication. myl-llrrs
T EPRESENTED IN PITTSBDRQ LN 18d
Assets - . I9j07l,696s3.
Insurance Cd. of Jforth America,
xjosses aainstea and paia oy WILLIAM L
WESTEBN mSUBAJTCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice Presldent'-C22-36-TM
WM. P. HERBERT. Secretory.
We ask why has it been, that ever since
we can remember, that the gentlemen have
been compelled to pull the shirt on over the
head, the wonder is that the inconvenience
has been quiety submitted to and no appar
ent effort made to overcome it until NOW.
Made open all the way down in front,
and to be pnt on just like yon
put on your coat or vest.
-A convenient, common sense, practical
style, and one which we think cannot fail
to be popular. Come in and see them.
Prices $1 and $1 50 Each.
PUFF AND TECK SCARFS,
SILK AND SATIN.
100 dozen at 50c each, also better ones at
75c, Jl, $1 25, 51 50, 51 75 and 52 each, in
Open Saturday evening till 9
fbidat. November 22.
In this Fur Department now.
in all the fashionable jPnrs, Sable,
Seal, Persian, Astrachan, Mink,
Monkey, Beaver. All the desirable
shapes best only at lowest prices.
Come and see them; this won't cost
you anything if you don't bny. Seal
Jackets, the popular lengths,
26 and 30 inches, high or puff shoul
der, coat back, best quality seal
only, at our always popular prices.
SEALSKIN S ACQUES, tbe best
lengths this season are 31 and 36
inches, 5100. 5125, 5150 and up to
5250, are the prices here, from the
best makers. , The shapes are what
you want in a Seal Sacque, from
small sizes to 46-inch bnst measure
in stock, so you see we can fit most
people in Sealskins without wait
ing. Oome and see these.
SMALL PUB MUFFS, BOAS,
COLLARS, in all kinds of quali
ties of popular furs. Children's
Furs, Muffs, Collars and Boas Fur
Bugs for your parlors or sitting
rooms. Fnr Bobes, 55 to 550. Fur
Gloves and Gauntlets, Far Top
Gloves for Ladies, Men, Boys and
Girls. Altogether a larger line and
variety of nice to best turs than are
to be fonnd in any other one store.
We invite yon to see them.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st.,Allegheny.
N. B. Large daily arrivals of
Holiday Goods. Many choice and
elegant novelties suitable for gifts
for every one. Come and feast your
eyes. They are here for yon to look
at, and buy, if you choose.
Men's Night Shirts at 50c, 79e and Jl.
Men's Camel Hair Half Hose at 35c a
pair or 3 for 51.
Men's extra quality Cashmere Half Hose,
25c a pair.
Men's extra quality White and Colored
Merino Undershirts and Drawers, 50c each.
Men's extra quality Brown Mixed Merino
Undershirts and Drawers, 75c each.
Men's Cashmere and Jersey Gloves, 38c,
50c and 63c a pair.
Men's Fur Top Kid Gloves, 51, 51 75, 52
Men's Scotch Wool Gloves, 25c; 38c, 50c,
63c and 75c
Latest novelties in Neckwear, 50c, 75c, 51.
Latest shapes in E. & W., Coon & Co.
brand and Arrow brand of Collars and Cuffs.
IF THAT COLD WAVE SHOULD
::: STRIKE YOU :::
-WITHOUT YOUR HAYING AN-
Don't Blame Anyone But Yourself.
Fleishman & Co.,
ISPSleds given away to all purchasers of
Boys' Overcoats. Bovs' Kilt Suits. Bovs'
Snbppy, bitter, biting, chilling cold weather is right ahead of us and
now is your time to take advantage of rA
Phenomenally Low Overcoat Prices
Tas Finest Mkat-FiiAVobuto Stock
Extract of Meat.
USE IT FOB SOUPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with fac-simile of,
Justus von Llebig's
SIGKATUEEIN 3LUE INK
Sold by storekeepers, grocers and druggists.
LIEBIQ'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO., Lim
ited, London. au2J-94-ws
JAS. MNELL & BRO,
H. H. DURBIN & CO.,
63 FIFTH AVEHUE,
Rich Jewelry and Preoious Stones.
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
worlc Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val-
We started out the season with the determination to make things
hum not in our advertisements the limits of newspaper notices are
far too narrow for us but here in the store. And things are humming
with a vengeance. We snare extravagant expressions concerning our
clothing.- We don't even aspire to be embryo humorists and adopt any
I'd-like-to-be-funny-if-I-could sort of talk about 'em. You can't load
honey with sweetness, can you? And 'twould be equally useless to
bandy praises of the following extraordinary Overcoat bargains:
Men's Beaver Overcoats, blue, black or brown, $5 only.
Men's blue CliinchiUa Overcoats, $6 only.
Men's Cape Overcoats at $8 only. -
Men's Overcoats in Beavers, Corlcscretas, Cassimeres, at $8 only.
Men's Overcoats in Chinchillas, Cassimeres, Wide Wales, Mel
bournes, at $10 only.
Men's Overcoats in plain and fancy CTiinchillas, plain and check
Corkscrews, Fur Beavers, Irish Freizes, etc, at $12 only.
Men's Overcoats in sack styles, in Chinchillas, Beavers, Auburn
Meltons, Kerseys, Blysians, Diagonal Cheviots, etc., at $13 and $1
Men's magnificent Dress Overcoats, lined with satin or silk, in
make equal to any merchant tailor work, at $15 and $16 only.
DANZIGER & CO.,
SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVE.
LONG GARMENTS AT SHORT PRICES !
Seal Plush Jackets, worth $12, now 8. 50.
Seal Plush Jackets, worth 15, now $10 24.
Seal Plush Wraps, worth 16, now?a 00.
Seal Plush Wrapsworth 22, now 14 99.
Seal Plush Sacques, worth $25, now 15 98. f
Seal Plush Sacques, worth 35, now 24 99.
Tailor-made Newmarkets, worth 12, now $5 75.
Fine Beaver Newmarkets, worth $16, now $10.
150 Fine Tailor-made Stockinette Jackets, formerly sold
for 7 99 and $8 50, we offer to-day at the uniform price of
$5 00, in order to close them out
Nos. 42,44,46,48,50,52 Sixth st 538,540,542 Penn ave.
FOUR GRAND SUIT BARGAINS.
i. Men's Sack Suits, all-wool neat gray and black mixture, good
value at 12,
For $8 only.
2. Men's Sack Suits, all-wool, fast ground, with gray stripes, and
patch pockets; suits not so good soldtall over town at $14 and $15
. ' For $10 only:
3. Men's Suits in sack, cutaway and frock styles, choice of Black
Cheviots or handsome Mixtures, J
For $12 only.
4. Men.'s magnificent Dress Suits, in all the very latest styles of
elegant materials, made in an elegant manner and trimmed with '-"the
daintiest of trimmings, equal to merchant tailor work, ,
$15 and $18 only. ,
WE KNOW OF NO BETTER WAY ;
PARENTS SAVING MONEY
-THAN OP INVESTING IT IX OUR-
BOYS' or CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
SPECIALLY THIS 'WF1RK WE OFFER:
ROSEN BAUM& CO.
MARKET STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE STORES.
Surprises and Save YourDolIarsf
Great as have been past cats in prices this week will sbow greater, dnr house is a
LEADER in its lines. These lines shall GKOW. "We saved yon big money last week,
and we will save yon more this. A mass of stock is marked to GO. Yon will learn oar
plans by reading. You're wise to come in the morning, too.
Children's Kilt Cape Orereeatfl, slsss 2
to 6 years, $2 60, 3 and f4.
Children's Cape Orereests in Scotch
Cheviots and Cassimeres, $6, f4 and $5.
Children's Fine Dress Overcoats at $5, f6
' Boys' Overcoats as low as $2 SO, with
3eaver Overcoats at f6 and 58.
Big Boys' Cape Overcoats, 5 to $15.
IS, J6 to ?12.
Double-Breasted TTlsters, $4,
Boys' "Covert" Overcoats, 3 to 115.
Choice from a grand variety of Kilt Suits, . -one-piece,
at f 2, f3 60 and $3, . Two-piece at - -4?
$2 50,f3andf4. - --
Latest European novelties in Kilt Suits at
15, 16, $7. and $8.
Tcousands of Short-Pant Suits at fl.CO,
2, $3 60 and 3, and thousands more at 4,
J3, 90, 17, $8, 99 and $10. and la every case
will yon find these prices lower for same
quality goods than you'd pay elsewhere for.
Thousands of Long-Pant Suits at $3 60,
$4 and $6, with thousands more at $6,98,
$10, $12, $14 and $15. It's a pleasure to us
to sell such cive-good-semce clothing as
Good All-"Wool Long-Pant Suit at f&
Fine Seal Plush Jackets, $8 25; were $10.
Fine Seal Plush Jackets, $9 50; were $12 50.
Fine Seal Plush Jackets, $10; were $13 60.
Fine Seal Plush Jackets, $10 45; were $14.
Fine Seal Plush Jackets, $12 45; were $16 50.
Fine Seal Plush Jackets, $13 SO; were $18.
Seal Plush Sacques, $13 50; were $18.
Seal Plush Sacques, $15 75; were $20.
Seal Plush Sacques, $16 60; were $22 50.
Seal Plush Sacques, $18 75;, were $25.
. Seal Plush Sacques, $21 60; were $30.
' ALL FINER GRADES REDUCED EQUALLY.
We show the best $5 Beaver and Stockinette Jackets in the world.
Stockinette Jackets, $2 95, $3 25, f3 45, $4 60 and up.
Imported English Cheviot Jackets, $7, $8, $9 50, $10, $11 and up.
Three-quarter length Jackets in Plush, Beaver, Stockinette and Cheviot, at
WINTER CAPS ARE NOW IN ORDER
HORNE & WARD,
41 fifth: a venue.
Is a relief and sure cure for
the urinary Organs. Gravel
and Cnronlc Catarrh of the
The Swiss Stomtoh Bliiari
are a snre core for Dyspepsia,
IMTflr nnmnl.l!nt ftnrt atatV
TeXde MARK species ot Indigestion.
Wild Cherry Tonic, the most popular prepar
ation for cure of Concha, Colds, Bronchitis and
Either of theabove, H per bottle, or $S for $5. I
If your drnrgtst does not handle these goods I
write to yM. F. ZOELLER, Bole iff i., J
- o8-7I-IT ' ?Pittbnre;Pa. -
Onr facilities are all that tbe art of the age can suggest. Here we command
alL Judicious , management enables us to show you the bare hat, and trim it to
your liking, at our own peculiar prices. '
Are all the rage. We show genuine Astrachan, cloth Astrachan, Hare, Seal
Plush, Monkey, Cape Seal, Children's Angora Capos, and Muffs of all kinds to
Every width, every shade, every quality, you can find here at the righl prices.
Largest assortment in the city, without exception. A lot of No. 22 Watered, Pure
Silk, Satin-edged Ribbon, 25c, worth 50c Velvet Ribbons, all colors and widths.
Fur Trimmings of all kinds. Angora and Thibet, Monkey, Seal, etc., in fact
every leading style. Persian Open-worked Trimmings, Embroidered Flannel
Trimmings, Silk nnd Mohair Gimps, Fringes, Girdles, Braid Ornament Gimps,
Plain Bilk and Beaded Ornaments, etc
J3P Special bargains ia Underwear, Hosiery, Kid Gloves and Ladies' Neckwear,
510, 512,514 MARKET ST. MD 27 FIFTH AVENUE
Note what follows carefully. We are selling
Men's French Coney Caps at 74c, 89c, 98c.
Men's French Seta Caps at $1 49, $1 98, $2 39. l- "W?
Men's genuine Seal Turbans at $2 49, $3 4S,"$439J
and. un ta .912).
We cannot help noting with amusement that other hat dealers ofEerv.
1m-f .; HTTP InwAef -nrlA 10 An rWiifA r1iffArinrA aTi? 'TOS
Men's Scotch Wool Windsors, lined, 44c. Men's Corduroy Wini
sors, 44c. Men's plaid Cassimeres, 34c Men's blue Scotch Capsyc..'
Boys' Flush Caps, with Astrachan band, 21c only.
Boys' fine assorted Chinchilla Telescope Caps, 49c,
ClUldren's Velvet Turbans, 49c only.
Thousands of Boys' Polo Caps, 9c up.
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A GREAT SALE OP HORSE BLANKETS5
1JTTD. T.AT3 "DfYQ-niC! CKX rnrrTC! VIZ Li'Mlf
. . , " m
Thousands of Horse Blankets at 79c, 89c, 98c, 91 14 to zv. -"
Magnificent Fur Lap Mooes, usually seta at $5 and if 7, S
seUina at S3 60 and S4 BO. ' V
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