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THE" SCKAN'fON TIUBUNE-THCJKSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1001'.
pvr-'iiwv vAr-,v? 7.' f JPf?4-
IN HONOR OF
DAB ASSOCIATION GAVE HIM A
It Wns Served at the Jerniyn. Last
Night and Was Attended by n
Largo Proportion of tho Members
of tho Lackawanna Bar There
Was a BrllHnnt Array of Speakers
nnd tho Dinner Was an Enjoyed
Affair in Every Way Thoso Who
Complimentary, Indeed, wns the com
plimentary dinner given at the .Terniyn,
"nut night, by tho bar of Lnclmwunna
jounty to Hon. E. C. Newcomb, who,
on tho llrst Monday In .Iiinuary, be
comes ono or" tho judRfii of tills, the
Forty-fifth Judicial district.
No more representative assemblage
of tho legal fraternity of the county
over gathered to do honor to one of
their number. Few were the members
of the bar not In attendance, anil com
paratively fewer were the local nota
bles of the profession who did not come
to pay thpir respects to tho universal
ly honored and admired guest of the
Seated to his right nnd left at the
first table were President Judge II. M.
Kdwards, Judge John I Kelly, Judge
J. Wheaton Carpenter, President Judge
Alton A. Vosburg. of the orphans'
rourt; George S. Horn, acting chair
man of the dinner; Ira H. Burns,
tonstmnster: ox-Supreme Court Jus
lice Alfred Hand, ex-Judge W. H. Jos
sup, ex-Judge II. A. Knapp, John T.
lennban, of Wllkcs-Bnrro: Major Ev
erett AVarren, James H. Torrey, Hon.
John F. Iteynolds, of Corbondalo; City
Solicitor G. M. 'Watson, Colonel I;. A.
AVnties, F. J. Fltzsimmons, M. J. Mar
tin, W. J. Torrey, the four lust named,
with Judge Carpenter, comprising the
.speakers other than Mr. Newcomb.
At two Jong, tables, set at right ,m
' gles with the head table, and at small
er tables In the center of the room
eiu the following:
P. V. Stolvfs, Cliailcs K. Oiler. H. II. Ciioy.
M. J. McAndicw, S. H, Price Jolin I". Sci,ij;:,
T. .1. Dusgjii, John 31. lljriis-, Claronre Rilcn-
Inr, S. W. Kdpar, .1. V.. Ilurr. Ccorue 31. Ok.-ll,
IMwurd McrrilieUl, .Limes V. McUniuM, Ktia II
uniiffll, II. II. Custon, (,'i'orue Howell, Itn -ull
Diiiiiiiitk, Ilfiln-rt I,, 'lajlnr, .1. .1. O'M.ill.'y,
John It. lMwariR .1. .1. M.-iniiitiLT, William I'll..
iitjIiI, D. I.. KickM, .lo.-c)li V. (iilroy, 31. .1.
lludily, t. S. Wumlrulf, .Tulm l Mm-pliy, llmi.
?. I". O'ilalley. John It. Jurilaii. .1. E. U.UUiin
Mw.inl . Thj.ivr, 1'. V. Iloluii, Prank V.
lymli, a. W. liui'rfM, jr., C'nimliiis Comrs.n,
Miijtir T. P. IViiiimii, .lelin II. Wilon, lion.
)hn I'. (Juinnni, Colonel Hernial OjIIiUK
ritjnn P. IhitTy, It. I.. l.oy, Hon. M. K. 31
..iWalcf, I'. W. Dnwii, Cecil j;r I. Tavlor, W.
'AOajliinl Tlimii.!', .lanuv. MtKlnney, 31. .1. Ilmn.
-tii'. PtM'l.l. limit, .li'hn Ta)loi, II. S. Alnoitii,
ill). II. Hi-plos!o. II. W. Miilliollaml. Tlioinis I".
;MVIN. f. A. ILittinlirih', W. K. D.nis, Clurli-
' i:. Pinu'N. r. i:. ii.uie. a. v. n.nwi. ii.m 31.
V. Miiiln, Tlmiii 14 .1, ll.inillpy, John 31. I'orliett.
Hen. W. W. W.HM1H, W. S. Diilil, W. .. Wil
u, Wuillilncton Si'ranton, A, II, 3UI)onucll,
I'almiT I.. William.-, V. V. Piilor, Jolm It.
'Jem.-. II. Hauling, It. II. l'.itti rs.in. C. It ilfoi-l
j, ItejiioHl-. W. N. Ciiii, 31. W. I.owry, W, I).
tt'iftnn, W, II. .Ir-iip, jr.. I'. A. Van Wnmii'i,
ii'Wi'ii II. KliiK-lmr. . I.. Hihimpir, Wallet
t. Itei.iu. Jame- 1,'miliur Sarnlci-nn, John !.
ilurpliy, T. (.'. Von Stuirh, Itolieil .1. 31nrr.i,,
Tiank 31, Vanillins, II. A. Zliniiit'imm, Prink
, K. Donni'l'j, Aaiiiii AusiL-tiis I'lii-i', 1". .1. Mi
Anjiryw, '. K. Smtt, l.on It. ('alter, DMilet
Mtmney V. II. Lewis J.i-pi .lettiie-. Sin- ilT
'luili- II. Scliult, uinl .Natliin lihlei, i.i New
11 was ill every sense of the word an
enjoyable (linnet', The geniality mi
I'lmriirterlst'e of the guest of honor,
seemed to pruvitde the whole company.
, Everybody was in good humor and
each seemed to vie with the other In
adding to tliu sociability of the occas
ion. The speeches were in every way
in keeping with tho occasion, and List
but not least, In the way of the even
ing's featutes, the "disturbance com
mittee," an Inevitable adj'tnet of every
bar banquet, was liberal In clever con
tributions to the fun fund.
The dining began at U o'clock. To the
iceoirpanlment of the newest muMc of
i popular llavor, by the Lawrence or
chestra, the following was partaken of.
Ilaiilllnn, Ln Tas-e.
Met nf Hljielbh, .Madeira Suiee,
Cioiiuettc Putatois. Oyter Pattli.
Tenil.'rliiln uf 11 ef.
Ilrolle.l Spilnj flilil.ui on Toast.
Drowned PoUtoe-, (Irecn Pea,.
Clarit 1'unili, I'iuzui.
futtl Krnttl he, fake, AutU.
Towards tho end of the menu the or
chestra broku forth In "America." The
diners atoso In a body, caught up tho
dtruln and sang two stanzas with tru
ly putriotlo fervor and In not what
would be called bad voice.
It was close on 11 o'clock when cigars
were passed and the post-prandlal ex
ercises Inaugurated. George S, Horn,
acting as chairman of the banquet
committee, In the abbenco of Joseph
O'Hrlen, who Is III. rapped the ossein
blage to order and after reading let
to'rs of regret from Judge V, i Smith,
Judge H. V. Archbald and Deputy At
torney General Fiedcrlo Ay, Fleltu, In
troduced Ira II. Uurns as toustmustor.
Mr, Hums was very cord'ally greet
ed. In fact the cotdlallty of his greet
ing was such us to bring from Mr.
Hums a mild rebuke to the demonstra
tive younger members of tho bar, com
prising the "disturbance committee."
It was In the shape of u story to tho
effect that when Mr. Sturges was trav
eling In Egypt, a donkey which he was
ustrlde begun kicking and got Its foot
caught in the stirrup which provoked
trom Mr. Sturges tho remark, "If you
IIO.V. C. C. XKWCOMII.
nro going to get on, I'll get off." Mr.
Hums won able to proceed with some
degree of facility after this. Mr. Hurnft,
as may bo believed, made a most ac
ceptable tonsltnuBter. Ills remarkH In
troductory of tho different sneakers
were witty, pithy and to the point nnd
his stories, as they always, are, were
new, apt and brief.
JUOaK-ELKCT NRWCOMIJ'S HE
MAltKS. None of tho sneakers attempted any
extended remarks of a serious nature, j
Judge-elect Newcomb, upon being In
traduced, was greeted with enthusias
tic apptiiusc and given most respectful
attention, but despite this evident In
vitation to proceed with a speech, lie
contented hliufclf with a few witti
cisms and an expression of his appre
ciation of the occasion.
"I reel," said he, "that the expressed
and Implied honor Involved In this
event, Is not strictly Intended as a
pcrt-oiml compliment, but rather as a
token of the true chivalry of the bar
towards the Judiciary,
"Those courts are the most useful
where the bench and the bar have a
sense of joint liability for the righteous,
cllleletil administration of the law. It
shall be my effort to sustain the repu
tation that the bench or Uickawitiiliu
county now enjoys, nnd If I succeed It
will be largely due to the co-operallon
of the members of the bar. I venture
the hope that such co-operutlon will
not be wantlns."
Another burst of hearty applause fol
lowed Mr. Newconib's lemarks. If
there was ever any question of his
popularity with the lawyers. It was
removed by the reception accorded him
last night. There was no mistaking
the genuineness, tho heartiness of his
brother lawyers' demonstrations of ad- I
miration and good will.
The programmed speakers had been
assigned various toasts of a legal i har
aclcr. None of them, of course, weie
expected to speak on their texts, and
none did more than make a mere ref- '
erence to them. j
Sandwiched In between the pro- '
grammed speakers were a number v ho
had received no word that thoy would
be expected to say anything. The first
of these wns John T. Lennlmn. of
AVIlkes-Harre, representing the Luzerne
bar. lie brlelly extended congratula- .
tiotis and well wishes.
JL'DGE CARPENTER'S RECEPTION, j
Judge Carpenter's reception at the
hands of the bar members betokened
the fuct that short though his career
us u judge has been his worth lias come
to be truly appreciated. "When Toast- .
master Uurns, in his introductloti.spo'ce ,
of Judge Carpenter as the man for the
next vacancy on the superior court
bench, the applause that followed was
of that hearty, spontaneous character
which leaves no room for doubt as to
Its being an unreserved declaration of
full accord with the sentiment ex
piessed. Judge Carpenter made a very happy
response and proved that among his
many other accomplishments he is a
very good after-dinner speaker.
In his reference to the guest of honor,
Judge Carpenter said: "I have the
most profound admiration for Brother
Newcomb. AVe have known each oth
er from boyhood and as long as we
have known each other we have been
friends. AVe were never better friends
than ie are today."
Judge Carpenter followed witli some
very complimentary allusions to Mr.
Newconib's ability and general tltncs
for the bench and then indulged in
some pleasantries anent the election.
Hon. C. P. O'Malley, one of the
speakers called upon unexpectedly, was
found fully equal to the occasion. His
run of bright sallies and clever stories
contributed in no small degree to the
The next set toast was "Obiter Dic
ta." to which Colonel L. A. AVnties
was selected to make the response.
After paying a high compliment to
the Lackawanna bench, Colonel AVatres
said he was glad of tho opportunity
to Join in pitying respect to the new
member of the Lackawanna judiciary.
His probity and ability," said Colonel
T10I!V: I, II in HNH.
AVatres, "are unquestioned, He will
never walk on stilts and ho will bend ,
low liis ear to catch either censure or
A'lSlTOR FROM NEW YORK.
"The Prodigal Call" was the toast
Mr. Iturns assigned to tho next im
promptu speaker, Natlian Vldaver, of
New York, formerly of the Lackawanna
bar. Mr, Vldaver was given a warm
greeting. He made a happy response
and provoked no end of applause unci
Colonel Fltzslmmons' response to tho
toast, "Contributory Negligence," was
a series of happy quips and Jests at tho
expense of various members of the bar,
M. J. Martin and AV. J, Torrey were
the other two speakers on the pro
gramme. Both acquitted themselves In
a manner that made them promising
candidates for distinction ns after-dinner
Impromptu speeches In response to
calls fiiim the assemblage were mado
by Major Everett AVarren, President
Judgo Edwards, Judgo Kelly and Judge
Judges Edwards and Kelly were par
ticularly happy In their I eferenees to
their association with Judge Carpenter,
Judge Edwards said: "Wo have had
the company of a gentleman on tho
Lackawanna bench, a gentleman in all
that can bu Injected Into tho word. Ho
Is a uiuii whom It Is a pleasure to as
sociate with, As ( Jurist, acquainted
with the principles of law and having
the ability of correctly applying them,
Judge Carpenter has never had a
superior on the Lackawanna bench."
He also extended weleomo and good
wishes to Judge Newcomb.
"As I once hcurd a legislator in Har
rlsburg say," began Judge Kelly, "tbr
gentleic'tn who prcceden?nie concurred
In my views." He then went on to say
ho heartily endorsed everything that
hud been said of Judge-elect Newcomb
und also of Judt'e Carpenter, and add-1
cd some graceful commendatory words
of his own. , ...
GAVE HIMSELF UP.
Young Virginian Says He Stole from
a Norfolk Friend,
"I want to give' myself up," said a
well-dressed young man to Patrolman
Thomas -Jones, on Penn avenue, yester
day afternoon, "I'm from Norfolk, A'lr
glnla, and I 'stole $38 and a watch from
n friend of mine last summer. I've been
worrying about It ever since, and I've
just decided to go back and faco the
The patrolman was rather taken
aback, but he walked along with the
yotttt,! man to the central police sta
tion, wheio Hie latter was locked In a
cell. H told Superintendent Holding j
shortly afterwards that his name was
Thomas Ahearn, and that he took the
stolen property from John McDowell,
"It's been weighing on my conscience
so heavily," said he, "that I couldn't
stand It another minute longer."
The superintendent communicated
with the Norfolk authorities last night.
BASIS OF ASSESSMENT.
Nine-tenths of the Property in the
City Is Bated as First-class
by City Assessors.
It will surprise many persons to learn
that the board of city assessors. In
making the assessment for the coming
llscnl year, has classified nine-tenths of
the property In the city as first-class,
on which n full tax rate must be paid.
The members of the board. In start
ing out to make the assessment, had
practically decided to classify a part of
the residence property of the city ns
first-class, but were Inclined to classify
the large part of It as second-class.
After correspondence with the assess
ors In Pittsburg and Allegheny and
conference with the city solicitor they
finally decided to classify all residence
portions of the cltv as lltst-class, the
same its oil business blocks.
The law suys that all "built-up" prop
erty shall be classified as first class,
and the assessors in Pittsburg and
Allegheny have for years Interpreted
this to mean all built up property, no
mutter whether used for bu.-slncss or
residence purposes. Tho local ussessois
have resolved to be guided bv the ac
tion taken by their Pittsburg and Alle
gheny brethren, inasmuch as the latter
claim to have court decisions sustain
ing their position.
The one-tenth of the property 10
malnlng in the city is about evenly di
vided, as regards classification, between
second class or "suburban" and third
class or "agricultural." The property
in a few of the outlying suburban parts
of the city, such as Richmond Park,
has been classified as second class,
while some wild and uncultivated land
in the Third and Twenty-first wards
has been classed as agricultural. Second-class
properties pay two-thirds ot
the full tax rate and agricultural prop
The assessors announced yesterday
that thej- will be ready to bear appeals
on the assessment after January 1, at
specific dates to be fixed later. Any
alterations which may need to be mado
to the assessment are to he made on
the blotters, so that when the figures
are copied tlnnlly into the assessment
books they will not need to be changed.
RECITAL FRIDAY EVENING.
Will Be Given by Pupils of St. Ce
A recital by the music class of St.
Cecilia's Academy will be given oa
Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock in St.
Thomas college hall. In order to in
crease the building fund for the new
Mount Saint Mary's Academy, an ad
mission fee of twenty-live cents is
asked, and tickets for admission can
be procured at Saint Cecelia's Academy
or from any of the pupils of the school.
As these recitals have ever com
mended themselves to the Scrantoii
public for their excellence, It will bo
needless to comment on the pleasure
the audience will' derive from the ren
dition of the following programme:
riiiMin.li. nlliem "1 lie llu-h ef .N'lulit Haiti
Oiir.m 311; 3f.iiy iVHaia.
Violins MWs .!. hiiir Lirrlirc, Anni
Kme, Trioa Loii',-liiaii, Mjiti r I'raiioN
S.lii'171, Duet I,uo,( In rn
MIihs llnielli Wil, .lo-epliine r.illie. i
"(1 S.ui-liliiv" Lionel '
31i-s 31 iv Smith. I
"Chimin;.- M ly llclte Slencrl '
MNsei AiiKela Heiil.i, Ann i (,'ilisini, .Mirj
I'lncaii, .Vol.! lteiliiiKton.
Jtei it iliim "Xinta (.'lairs"
31 '-ter I'l.uici.i Hail.
Violin m!o -"Home S'uvt llwii" rainier
.Mi Tvie-a Loiealn m.
1'i.ino Ml-.-, Lucli l.niiuliiin.
Duet "Meiry It p ...'. IPller
3lts Helm s-tnlvi's 3!.istir I'.uifcne (iilllln.
"I.i t li.ilel.iine" I.v 'Inc.
3lls llutli Jouian.
Trio "Li Atari lie" Mrejlihou
31Im;4 3t.iry llinlita, li.ne Kelley,
Ti res i MrirrMui.
"I'lirltlmiji I.ulhil'.v"-Minims (Iain Id
IMjiiii Sllsi (ii-ralilliic Illcwltt.
Duet -".Mli.-trcl- i-eieiiiile Low
3tlvS i lent Walil, Aim-It i (Vlliijle,
Aiiie O'Connor, .Mary Slehln.
"In a fiiinliil.i" lli'hu
311-1 Helm Molt.
ltiellation, 'Tin I.l'lv Jii.Uth's VMnn," I
31k, Clare 3l.l)or.i.l.
31'fi Lloanor O'llrlwi.
"i.oe' H'Riii'l"" Stalil
Violin I.kp Amu Kine, .lo-plilne
LarluT, Tele! I,oiiIii.ui, MMiiii Trait
elt P. Iter, William Cni'iiiy, Leonard
.Miimlolliiv JII--M 3lary Mnrriy, Awn
fiilxoii, I.oreltt.i Itcillnston, Teresa p.nl
ilen, 31 liter .Mm Duckuetli.
Duet - "Vuletlile ItelU" ,, finci ilulcr
MI'i Katie llorm, Sh'ler Anilnw Hoian
Vocal folu "Auo-i the Street" ItoeeUI
I'l.inu Mb Angela Ilealey,
S.con.1 31azuila Ooilaril
3Pn May Kelly.
Sonata. 1 major (two p'annx .Mo.art
Mlei .Mary O'llara, Luey Imsliran.
lteellallon "The Man llh tine Mm", II. T Pohp
3Ialrr Uonaril Ilowley,
Violin Solo flaiotte Sihso
3lw Anni Kane.
1'Urn-JIU Stella Wil.
"The Little ('.nailer Wnoler
Mli4 Teiesa I'.iilikn.
"Slehh lll'lo" ,,, Trealor
Mi-i Cather'ne 3IiNiII.i, Maty PninUnra-l,
M-irtliiner Sou; (lu.iO, Metjttcr
Piano Mlm .May Smith.
MrmirKi Op. I'S ,,,,,,,,,,,,,., SUImei
Mlei Miv Monuan, Helen Monuan.
"Story of the Pilrlo" ...Oji-en
Ml fteitrmle Itellly.
Hfi'Uatloii "lliitt Ituliv I'l.ncl."
31li Stella Wll.
IVtlte iiinplK'nle Op. 71 ,.,. V, Storcl
Violins Mlsies JOM-plilne Lauhie ainl
Plano-3li9 Stella Wilj.
llueephile (ialop , Miehiui
Mlt. Clare MulioraM, (Jrialelino lllew.
itt. Maria MiN'ally, Victoria Kenny.
"The 1otiM I'louer" , Piker
3lle Vnu llealy.
Violin Solo "L'lioltatlon a It Vain-," op. 23
3liw .loi'phim' I.ui'ife.
Piano Jllfi Susan Iluiiu.
Chorus "Aileite, I'lelelU" ,,, ,. XokIIo
Oa-iin Stive Jfuiy O'llara.
lolln 3IIm Joscililiit Luiiiee, Anna
Kane, Teresa IAi'jhruu, llaittrj Pre., ij
Potter, Wllllaui Cu'lTney.
1 Ho D.
Our line is of too
great an assortment to
enumerate, but prospec
tive Buyers wili be fully
repaid by looking us
324 Lackawanna Ave.
a . . p. . k y v, . tz , . ?
On the Jewelry WE Sell.
BERNARD, The Jeweler,
215 Lackawanna Avenue.
t? it tt i p. t ? . n t? ?
We believe we have de
servedly earned our reputa
tion as dealers in "Good
Shoes' ' only, having sold
nothing but absolutely re
liable Footwear, siuce we
have been in business.
Buy useful articles for
Christmas gifts. Shoes are
Jonas Lobe's Sods
Is the time to make up your mind
what you're going to give for Christmas
Gifts. Only a few days more then
enmor' Phricrmac Tlz Rim &4-nA
today mentions some very interesting
items from our j
Book Department and
Bogers 1847 Silver Knives and
Forks, just as long as they last
we will sell six knives and six
forks for $3.75.
When you buy Rogers, you can
feel sure you're right.
We wish to mention about some
splendid values in our Heavy
Plated Silverware. Ice Water
Pitchers, Fern Dishes, Cake
Baskets, Pudding Dishes, Soup
Xadles, Meat Forks, and Berry
Spoons. Practical and pretty
A line that is very pretty and
prettily designed, are a lot of
Orange Spoons, Coffee Spoons,
Butter and Fruit Knives, at
Children's Sets, consisting of
Knife, Fork and bpoon, put up in
neat boxes, from 10c up.
Fancy Holiday Goods in 24
carat Gold, "warranted," odd
shapes, some Clocks, Ink Wells,
Calendars and Thermometers
combined und Candle Sticks, 59c,
80c to S2.25.
DON'T FAIL TO ASK FOB
TOT DEPARTMENT DOWN
IN THE BASEMENT.
donas Long's Sods
i ? & n m
sNy v m.
Art Hetal Novelties.
w nr splUno- t1if5(
to the end of the week. The reasons are their attract-
iveness and the low price.
Ash Receivers, many kinds 255
lliieques 50c, S5c, $1.25
Paper knives and Tray 40c to 75c J
tiold-Plntert Photo Frames 75c to $1.75
Mirrors, eold-nlated Franics...Sl.50. S2.00. 52.75
Open Evenings. Green Trading Stamps with J
FOOTE & FULLER CO. :
Mears Buildina. i
I Christmas Time Is Here--
M'hm-n ! mi ,iii Hiivinir ."AiitU -
Iteallzutloii." If this bo true, tlion ('tirlstinuH time Is tiorc Tho Uny for
liliinnlnjr for tslftf. und for UuyliiK not n iluy too ourly for tlio latter, If
you would avoid tlio ruHli, llio imsh and tint worry. Don't put off ti
loi'tiiiK your BlftB ho Unit you nro worn out und cross wlieii tli' Joyous
ilay couius. A Unlit heart Ih tlio bent of Christmas cheer. You will 11ml
Hulectllif,- easy work at Holers' stote,
d i a rv a o rsj d s
Nothltif,' you could buy could ho moro accejitablu to tho averaBu man
or woman. We hau Becured for our holiday trado it beuutlful assort
ment of Kenulno htoncK, In rich fjold seltlugH.
Urooi'lieH, very latest drsle.n ,,.,.,,,. , $15.00 up
l.oi'Uets, exclusive patterns ,,,,,,..,,,,. 1G.0O up
Ladles ItlllKS B.C0 up
(lelltlemeu':i lllllKS, , , 15.00 up
Hcarf l'lns, beautiful settings S'0ft "l
tJuff Buttons, new designs., , ,,. ,,.,,, fi.00 up
Hindu, brilliantly cut stones,..,, ,.. 5.00 up
See Our Window Display,
A. E. ROGERS,
Open Evening. 213 Lack wanna Ave.
CHi:i:.V TltADlXU bTAJU'S WITH ALU I'l'ltClIAbES. 1
P444it - Ki - tr
from 5c to 81.25. Such familiar
titles ns Little Bo-Peep, Mother
Goose, Animal Friends, Nursery
Moments, Friends in Fur, Tom
Thumb, Bobinson Crusoe, Boy
Blue, Puss in Boots, Three Littls
Pigs, Jack the Giant Killer, and
in basement. Here you will find
every creditable Toy, suitable for
the little tot to the boy or girl in
Booking Horses, Shoo-fly
Horses, Toy Pianos, Express
Wagons, Earel Boards, Go-Carts,
and Baby Carriages, Toy Dishes,
Crokinol Boards, Combination
Boards, Toy Furniture, Boys Tool
Chests, small and large size,
Houses, Games, Iron Toys, Vio
lins, Zithers, Tambourines, Horns
Drums, Banks, Menageries, Wag
ons and Animals, Punch and
Judy, Sail Boats, Yachts, and
so on. Bring the children let
them amuse themselves looking
at this large collection of Toys.
WE ENGBAVE YOUB INIT
ALS ON UMBBELLA HANDLES
Down They Go.
We have more scrap Baskets
than we should carry, and we
iuvite you to help yourself.
At former prices they were tha
best values in town; at new
TOi prices lucy iiiav.k jjujv .-
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