The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on October 27, 1901 · 1
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WOMBI on Monday' j Cat! Shopping by j ?iuci Reading the Ads J Money tn Today's olob- Sunday It Always wBt Ads. Be sure Pays to look tbm To Read ovcr y- VOL LX-NO 111). BOSTON, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27. 1901-FIFTY-TWO PAGES. COPYRIGHT. 1901, BT THE (iU)BE NEWSPAPER CO. PRICE FIVE CENTS. KIDNEY TROUBLE SORED Uti r Many Vrar o u rins which Doctor Fall to KelleTe.) A Member o! the U. S. Census Department Gives Pe-ru-na Great Praise. Hon. Edward G. Wade. District Enumerntor. Assistant Special Agent of the Statistical Department of the j United Statps Census, is a prominent i member of the Foresters of America. I In a letter written from 700 Bush : Btreet, San Francisco, Cal., he says: j am gratified to note that Peruna is so widey known, as it is a medicine that deserves a world-wide reputation for merits. I sut.ered oif and on lor year with and nervous disorders; ha many doctors prescribe tor me, but received no asf- i; , benefit except fr m the us? of1 Peruna. May stneess attend you. " -EDWARD 0. WADE A man who has suffered for years ' anil years with kidney trouble and nervous disorders, has tried doctor aftfr doctor without benefit, and finally tries Peruna and receives a permanent cure, such a man ought to recommend Peruna He certainly would he a curious individual if he die! not do so. Yet the fear of notoriety and the prejudice against proprietary reme- ' dies keep many men from recommending Peruna. even when they have been practically snatched from the grave by using it. President Loiilslimri Commercial Hull. Hon. William Watson Washburn, President of the Louisiana Commercial Club, and a very well-known man of New Orleans, La., writes from 637 Canal street: "I am satisfied that there is not a finer medicine placed before the public today than Peruna. I have been troubled for nearly twelve years with kidney and liver trouble, and at times I have been a pretty sick man unable to attend to my duties. I had about made up my mind that no medicine could help me when one of your booklets was brought to my office, which I read in a leisure hour. I then decided to give Peruna a trial, and found 1 had at last secured the right medicine for me. For two months I used it faithfully, and then felt so well I was like a young man once more. This was over a year ago and I have not had any trouble since." If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use off Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hart-mann, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, ! Ohio. HOPE FOR SUFFERERS FROM CANCER. c7ry for the ""V nd j;uro of cancfr- I He regretted that the disease was in- creusintc among the varied peoples of the world, but was firm in the belief that his vegetable remedy, known as Marve'ous Results Obtain ?d from the "Alexander Treatment" in Handling ths Dread Disease. A special dispatch from New Tork dutt l Oct X, says: Considerable Inti rr f-t is manifest here as a result of a scientitic discovery put forth in the interest of humanity by one of the foremost citizens of Concord. N H. The achievements of Dr A. C. Alexander are referred to. Called to this city in consultation over a patient of prominence he was found by the reporter at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, where a brief but important interview was held In relation to his dls- THE BERKELEY HOTEL, European nr.d Amur loan Plan. A CO N V E N I F. NT LUNCHING PLACE FOR LADIES. Restaurant a la Carte. Dining Roeui Table d'JIote. Cafe and Billiard Room tor GentUmtn, BOSTON. Berkeley and Boylston Sts. J HIM A. SHERLOCK. NOW FOR SAUSACES r Si more, lint to hae twffl r'cut. liiak!- them yourselves. This It Jr ,l ' ' e,j have one of our sausage aciiines. Taey corns In every ilealraMe M SH M:.-. fron J2 up Into the hundreds. n inulojiue vUil tell you more about ttwtn. It u fry,. Wft, No. & i orth Market fsstoa. the "Alexander Treatment," had mor power to destroy the cancer ceil and lift of the disease than any known remedy. At the Sanatorium in Concord, N H, where patients receive every possible care and attention under skilled phy sicians and nurses, and also in the Boa-ton Sanatorium at 543 Boylston st, where all consultations and examinations are held and all correspondence is received, the results obtained from the use of this method have been simply marvelous. On account of the extensive use and success of the remedy he proposes while here to look into the m-Uter of opening a Sanatorium in New York city. Dr ATexander cays that his discovery has been subjected to searching investigations by competent authorities. The result has been that men like l"r Egbert Guernsey, eminent in scientific, medical and surgical research, and many prominent American physicians and cancer specialists (who have successfully used the fluid), as well as members of America's foremost editors, and scores of men and women who, after being treated in all stages of the terrible disease, have been discharged as cured, have all testified from their different points of view to the remarkable fact that at last, after centuries of research, a fluid has been found that without pain or injury to the human system can bo hypodeimicaliy Injected and has apparently the power of destroying the cancer germs. Sharkey Will Challenge Winner. NEW YORK. Oct 26-Tom Sharkey and his manager. Barney Reich, will leave on Nov 7 for San Francisco to witness the Jeffrics-Ruhlin tight for the championship of the world. The ex-; sailer believes he still has a chance to j prove he is the greatest pugilist in the i world, and will challenge the winner. If i Ruhlin wins the coming fight Sharkey I will offer to light him for nhe entire pate receipts and a side bet; if Jeffries wins other liberal conditions will be ! stipulated. Wisdom's Cry ! nQuLUVAN's The sUXiFETYHEElArw" lr "cy - Health Vft' for all y England U People. From Nov. to May WEAR O'SuIlivan's Rubber Soles And the Heels The Year Round. Who Needs the Advice 9 People who value their health, who want to avoid damp feet, who follow the physicians advice, should have the soles of their shoes covered with rubber from Nov. to May, every year: it's the demand of New England climate. You may evade it for awhile successfully, but in the end you'll get caught with a cold and then what? Heed the advice, ye hustling men and thinking women, but when you decide to get soles, et O'SuIlivan's, because they are new rubber, they're light, don't weigh half as much as old-fashioned soling, and will wear from Nov. to May. Soles 75c, heels 35c., unattached: dealers or makers. O SULLIVAN RUBBER CO., Lowell, Mass. CONTENTS OF TODAY'S GLOBE. .Pace l. Hurvard beats the Indians; other football games. Patrick T. Ryder of Roxbury Jumps in front of a train in Somerville and is killed. Gang of negro snatch thieves thought to be broken up by the arrest of three men. Unknown man makes a dastardly attack on a 7-year-old girl at Quincy and escapes. Pnge 2. Miss Stone and Mme Tsilka alive and well Ave days ago. Fall River textile council votes to leave the question of a strike to the unions, which will meet next Wednesday; a struggle is expected. Roxbury little girl, Florence Donnelly, burned to death. Earl Russell, lately convicted of bigamy by the house of lords, can now enter this country at his pleasure. Pint 3. Carl Robblr.s, a 16-year-old Lynn lad. accidentally shot by a chum while playing in the woods. London enveloped In an impenetrable darkness. No light on the disappearance of the Lowell men. Smith :..nd Swift, late of the Merchants bank. I'age 4. Prince Alert puts in fastest mile of ths year at Memphis. 2:004. Yesterday's golfing events. Final bouts at the B. A. A. List of those who have replied to the questions of the public franchise league. Rev H. T. Bkllilnil roughly bandied at Portland. Me. Meeting at Arlington Heights to urge renaming of Vine st after Paul Revere. Senator John P. Jones of Nevada, one oi the strongest silver men in the west, announces that he has rejoined the re publican party. , President Roosevelt asks for the res ignation of Thomas W. Cridler, third assistant secretary of state. Death of Horace W. Fuller, a well- known Boston lawyer. Page G. Samuel J. Elder and others speak be fore the Twentieth Century club. Caleb Powers, ex secretary of Ken tucky, again convicted as accessory to shooting of Gov William Goebel and is resentenced for life; women kiss and cry over the prisoner. Big safe blown up and booty secured to the extent of more than $100,000 In Berea, O. Dr Lorimer may possibly be called back to Boston by Tremont temple. Body of an unknown young man, evidently a suicide, found in the woods rtear Waltham. Pnzc 7. Joslah Quincy, Ex-Congressman Fitz gerald and Hon Charles S. Hamlin ad dress birr democratic rally at Lowell. Mr and Mrs "Freddie" Gebhard are decreed single by South Dakota court Czolgosz still unrepentant; hardly seems to realize he is to die in a few hours. Next American canoe association meet will be held on cape Cod. Page ;. Judge Braggs decision in the case of a man who stood on an L car platform- Mayor signs loan orders. Oarsman McKay dead. Page lO. Real estate matters. Page 13. Important auction sales of horses and carriages. Paste lO. Harbor front Items. King Edward's coronation: cable news of the old world. Oakley country club team of So beats the Country club's 35, 115 to 25. Page IT. Much speculation regarding Mr Swallow's conduct in the city campaign; some warm aldermanic contests ahead. Frank G. Selee goes to Chicago. Republican caucus papers filed. Page IS. Frank Bourne of Hanson disappoints bunco men. Page 23. Music and musicians.' Page 24. Democrats expect gains In the leglsla ture. Political calendar for the week. Demonstration for the Irish cause promised In Boston. Page 23. Harvard football team said to be lack ing in grit; Yale in need of substitutes Page SO. Housekeepers' department. Page 27. Art and artists. Among the firemen. Page 2S. "Is the Nominating Convention Doomed by the System of Direct Nomi nation?" answered by Charles R. Saun. ders, John A. Keliher, James Donovan Richard L. Gay. Michael J. Sullivan and Isaac P. Hutchinson. Howard's letter; this really is a rather remarkable country. Uncle Dudley on "Taking Things Just as They Are." Page 2D. Plays and players. Page 30. Military and naval. Page 31. News for wheelmen. Fashionable furs of the season. Page 32. Famous murder by a boy of 18 of his swot theart. t'nusual number of twins in Harps-well. Me. Cadets preparing for their theatricals. Page 33. The remarkable clock of Charles N. Packard. Mayor Hart a law-breaker in adorning his office. Tech's hare and hounds c!ub. Page 34. The stock market. Page 3(. Townsend's letter; Is Seth Low on road to presidency? The commercial markets. Pnge 37. The mystic orders. Page 3S. Table gossip; social note and com-ment. Page 31t. Society writing letters, says Marie Jonreau. Page 40. Free postal delivery and trade. Maine's beaver colony. Page 41. Sultan's crawling subjects, described by Frank G. Carpenter. Foems you ought to know; "Jhe BEFORE i TRAM Patrick T. Ryder Threw Himself to Death. Roxbury Sswer Employe Killed at Somervllle-Av Crossinc Left Home in the Afternoon in Good Spirits. INDIANS DANGEROUS ONLY ONCE. By a Run, and a Series of Rushes, They Get Within Harvard's Eight-Yard Line, Wife Says He Was Kind and Their Life Happy. She Knows of No Reason Why He Should Take His Life. Fatrick T. Ryder, 45 years old. of 17 Smith 6t. lloxbury. an employe of the sewer department of Boston, jumped in front of a train at the Somervllle-av crossing of the Fitchburg railroad at Somerville at 5:30 last night and sustained a fractirred skuil and internal injuries. He was taken to Boston on the train that struck him, and while being conveyed to the Massachusetts General hospital he expired. His body was taken to Briggs' undertaking rooms on Howard st. The crossing tender who was on duty at the time of the accident said that the man walked up to the track, although the gates were down, and when the train was within a few feet of him he jumped in front of the engine. At Briggs' undertaking establishment nothing had been learned as to the iden tity of the man up to a late hour last nlgrt. A letter from Ireland was founi in his pocket addressed to Miss Bridget Connors. 17 Smith st, Roxbury. On inquiry at the Roxbury-st address, Mrs Rvder was found. She said her husband had left home about 3 p m to take the letter to Miss Connors, who is employed st the hotel Bcllevue on Beacon st. She said that she was to meet her husband at her niece's. 72 Allen st. at 6 o'clock. She went to that address and waited till when she returned to her home, ex pecting to find her husband there, and she was still waiting for him when a Globe reporter called at her house. After receiving a complete descrip tion of her hvsband, which corresponded with that of the body of the dead man. the reporter broke the news of his death. Mrs Ryder Is prostrated. She said her husband left home in the best of spirits during the aften oon. He said he would deliver the letter to Miss Connors, after which he was to iight some lamps at the corner of Clarendon and Tremont sts, and that he would then meet her at the Allen-st address. Mrs Ryder snld he had not the slightest Idea why h-. went to Somerville or why r.e should take his life, as his home lire v.-rs pleasant and he had no financial trouble. She said he had been a good husband to her and was always considerate of her welfare. mi BROKEN OP. tSM Police Belief Regarding the Snatch Thieves. Three Nepes Unfler Arrest and Have Hade Confui. Another Identified by One of His Victims. Fourth Man Wanted is Now at Deer Island. Thought to be Members Gang from Chicago. Of THE PLAY ON WHICH HARVARD SCORED ITS FIRST TOUCHDOWN. ATTACKED LITTLE CHILD. Unknown Man F lonious'y Assaults Litre Girl at Quincy and Succeeds in Escaping QUIKCT.Oot 26- The 7-ycar-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Hill of South Central and Newport avs is in a serious condition at her parents' home as the result of maltreatment by an unknown man this afternoon. The child was choked and assaulted. and her sister found her unconscious in the bushes about mile from her home. The little one could furnish but a meager description of her assailant, and that only by comparison. It was learned, however, that he made off by way of the railroad track and Hancock st. The police suspect some members of a gypsy camp or an Italian camp nearby and are working along those lines to-nisht. Expiration of the Time Limit for the First Half Pue- vents Their Scoring Harvard Plays the Fastest Football of the Season Yale Getsa Shock From Columbia, but Manages to Dissolve the Tie in the Last Few Minutes of Play XJ. of P. Defeats University of Chicago Princeton Scores Only Six Points Against Lafayette. . THE WEATHER. ; Bivouac of the Dead." I l'nr 43. Modern fables, by George Ade. Boston's model duke. School pupils who make books. Pace 13. Everybody's column. "College Girls." words and music. Pagre 44. Mr Dooley on the law's delays. Are Boston women rude? Pares 43 to 52. Fun In colors and Mack and white; complete stories, poems and features for young and old. WASHINGTON, Oct 26 Forecast for Sunday and Monday: For New England, fair Sunday and Monday: cooler in northern and In southern portion Monday; fresh southwesterly shifting to northwesterly winds. For eastern New York, fair Sunday and Monday; cooler Sunday in northern nnd central portions, and in southern portion Sunday night or Monday; fresh southerly, shifting t o northwesterly winds. YESTERDAY'S FOOTBALL RESULTS. Hurrard 29, Carlisle 0. Tale 10. Columbia 5. rrinceton 6, Lafnyette 0. L". of r. UC (Mtljgt 0. Dartmouth 3.V Iiowiloln C. Cornell 20. Oberllu 0. Syiaoutc S, Amueist 17. Brown G. lloly Cross C. Po.toa rollpse 1", N. H. college 0. WiiaHjaa o, u. v. M. o. U.iui;r.on 17. rrlcliy 12. Amherst '04 0. Ainbfrat '05 0. Welt Point 15, Williams 0. Phillips Eieter 18. Coltiy 5. Yals '05 It, Phillips Audorer 0. risllsH Issuing 1-. Jordan 0. St Mark'a , Cambridge U. aud L. 0. Casj U. S. 17, liatn H. S. 0. UK-ooia n. a. 17, PtttaasW B. Lomtnite- II. S. Hi. HlKhlaad academy 0. Naihu H. S 11. PMubertM academy S. Concord, N il, 0. Nenport. X U, 0. Haverhill H. 8. C, LaWU U. S. 0. Hrde Paik 11. S. J2, Thayer academy 5. Newhamptou L. I ft, Holderness 0. Bellow Kail Windsor H. si. 0. Willi 1 r academy . dialling ). Taunton H. S. 3S. X w Bedford H. S. 6. Maw way u. s. 8. st Haifa a. a. o. Andovcr 11. S. 0. UtSISfHI H. S. 0. Groton 0, Harvard '00 .". Pramlngham Hi-h ft. Boaton College preps 0. Adams Academy 11. lloxbury Latin . Dorchester H. S. 2d 5, Boston College preps 2d 0. Marlboro H. S. 32, Clinton 0. Dean academy i:V, Prlend school 2. L.ucoin A. A. 5. Antrim A. A. 0. Concord A. A. 17. Waltham C. C. 0. Xewburyiort A. C ft, Needham A. A. 0. Sbelburne Kails 28. Pilcliburg 0. North Easton B, Mansfield 0. Groveland 10, 11. 1. T. O. Nutlet A. A. II, Miltoid A. A. S. ' Boylston A. A. 0, IliciKlale A. A. 0. Port Banks 11, Fort Warren ft. Hyde Park A. A. 5. Boaton Y. M. C. A. 0. giiinobln 15, Waltham A. A. O. Clisrlcstown A. A. 11, Lynn A. C. 0. Crescent A. A. 22, Crescent A. C. 0. Giovcland A. C. 32, Cbauman 0. Dorchester L. M. 5. Palrmount A. C. 0. Milton A. A. 21, Hlmtham 0. Dorruester A. A. H, St Charles 0. Jackson and C. A. A. 3, Metropolitan A. A. 0. Fanuguta 15, Wlnthropa 0. Hunnewell A. A. 12, Newton U. S. 0ft 2. PILES UP A BIG SCORE. Both sides of the bljr ampitheatre were thronged yesterday when the two teams came on the field. Harvard preceding Carlisle toy several minutes. Ever since Carlisle held Harvard down to four points In 96, Carlisle has had the : public with them against Harvard or any other team, and at 8oIdiers field j yesterday thousands came in the hope that the Indians would score. In this they were disapp ointed. but Car- ; llsle's firce attack, which almostresulted is a touchdown In the closing moments of the first half, and the wonderful open Held work of Johnson, little Hudson's successor at quarterback, made up for what the Indians lacked In ability to gain ground or to withstand the Harvard offence. From the start to finish of the game there was much enthusiasm, for Harvard played the best football she has shown this fall, her backs gaining at every point, and as they were carried along by the force of her entire eleven, were cheered and cheered again by those who, after the West Point game, feared tho result of the battle yesterday. On the next kickoff Harvard received the ball on her own 25-yard line, and steadily advanced it to within 17 yards of the Carlisle goal, whpre the ball was lost on downs. In three plays the Indians failed to gain, and after kicking to mldfleld were driven back until Harvard had scored again. This ended Harvard's ground gaining in the first half, but in all the ball had been carried 174 yards by steady work. Then Carlisle got Into the game with a vengeance. Her kickoff, which went behind Harvard's goal, was returned to little Johnson, who ran the ball from his own 45-yard line to Harvard's 45-yard line. Then he took the ball on a double pass, and skirted Dud Clark's end almost to 25 yards of the crimson goal. By the arrest of three colored men and the arrest of another, which will come later, the police believe that tha backbone of the gang of negro snatch tt.ieves who have ben operating in tha Back Bay and th-? South End. has been broken It is believed that the robberiea have been the work of a Chicago gang and that the ivgroes now in custody ara members of It. The men are certainly strangers In the city. One of them has confessed to one robbery. His name Is Walter Hinson and he s?ys lv lives at 80 Davis st. He. witb Edward Austin of Warwick at, who la being held on suspicion, was arrested yesterday afternoon near Soldiers field. Brighton, while the football t;r me was in progress, by officers Regan and West of division 5, assisted by patrolman Neilon and special officer Hurley of Cambridge. The other negro under arrest was captured yesterday forenoon by officer Foucha of division 5 and answers the description of the big colored man so often complslned of at stations 5 and 16 by women who have been robbed. Hla name he gives as Louis Sneed, 22 years old, of 1 Blossom ct. Hinson. who Is about 21 years old and rather short, was not Identified by any of the many women who visited station 5 last night, but he confessed to rob- j bin? Era Langworthy of 162 West Brookline st oi ner cnateiaine nag tast Monday evening, at the corner of Weil Brookiine at and Warren av. In tha bag was a pocket book containing soma money end keys and a search in thn negro's room revealed the pocket book on a table. He said he had given tha bag to a woman. Hinson claims that he knows the man who robbed Mrs W. McBey of 88 Cope-land st of $198 two weeks ago last night, about 9 o'clock, while she was walking along Copeland st, near the corner of Burton av. He told the police he "knew Thornton bad made a haul" and went up to see htm to get a little hush money out of it. Thornton tried to make him think that he had not got much out ot the deed, but Hinson told him that the morning papers said he had got $198 out of it and he wanted his lump. Hinson Continued on the Fourth face. BOBlHE'rS ESTABLISHED IH 1817. Strong on Defense. On defence Harvard was strong except in the last moments of the first period, when, after Carlisle had made IB yards on a double pass, the entire crimson team seem 3d disorganised, and Carlisle carried the ball In five tushes from the 25 to the eight-yard line, where time was called. Local forecast for Boston and vicinity-Fair Sunday and Monday, slightly cooler Sunday night and Monday; west to northwest winds. The temperature yesterday aa indicated by the thermometer at Thompson's spa: 3am 39. am 37. 9am 43. 12m 62, 3om64, 6pm 58, 9pm 53. 12 mid 51; average temperature yesterday. 52 5-21. The temperature as registered in the following cities at 8 o'clock last evening: Washington 64. New York 56, Atlanta 60. New Orleans 72, Jacksonville 64. Chicago 58, St Louis 66. Omaha 60. St Paul 48. Denver 6. Globe forecast Fair Monday and Tuesday, slightly cooler. West to north winds, becoming variable Tuesday. MORE BOOTY RECOVERED. Arlingtonians Identify Property Taken by Dudley Gang. ABI.1NGTON. Oct 26 Today Chief of Police Harrlman succeeded In recovering some more of the property stoien oy tna j Dudley gang now in jail. From information tecelved from onj of the gang the chief visited Cambridge, and from a voung woman whom Go.-don. one of the gang., was interested he Succeeded in recovering some jewelry, wallets, handbags and other rticiea. Th young woman gave the property up promptly, but asked as a favor that her name be withheld. The gang ha t-ilked f'eelv with the chief of breaks maie by them In Arlington, and most of ihejnoperty taken has now been re- i Part of the property was identified to- j r.luht by Mr Brooks of Wyman a: and Mrs James of Palmer at, whose domes were among those entered. One dose of Lung Kuro relieves, one j bottle cures the worst cough or cola. Harvard Plays tho Fastest Football of the Season Against Carlisle. Harvard 29. Carlisle 0, was the result of the most spectacular game of foothill seen on Soldiers field this fall. Five touchdowns and four goals were scored I by the crimson on the red and yellow of iienn Warner's Indians, while only once L was Harvard's goal in danger, b.-ing saved then aa time in the first half was called, with the ball within eight yards of Harvard's line. Fourteen thousand people saw Harvard's overwhelming victory against a team which, although game through and throcch'. was pushed back by the sheer force of Harvard's weight. They saw Harvard play the fastest football of the aeaaon. but It wis against the lightest team the Cambridge eleven has faced this fall. 0"i -n VWlM. T7m ONE BEEF STEW ON' Til PC GRIDIRON FOR AN INDIAN. Here followed the only streak of offense Carlisle showed In the game, and the ball was going down the field three yards at a time thro-jgh holes torn In the left side of Harvard's line until time saved Harvard from being scored ngatnat. Fast Work In Second Half. Not once in the second half did Carlisle hold the ball In Harvard's territory, while the crimson three times rushed the bail across the goal line. In the second half Harvard advanced the Continue! on the Second Page, KERNAX TAKES A TRIP THROUGH THE INDIAN TERRITORY. From the start Harvard took the game In hand. After kicking off Carlisle was held and forced to punt. Then, taking the ball on Carlisle's 50-yard line Harverd pushed straight down the field for a touchdown. What Users Say About OTTO COKE The seme wcljht ot Cose burnt a loag as sasse wtlgbt of coal " "I tmvtd SJi.OO on my el bllL" "I Insisted on my cook using n ful: season, bow she likes and I sa i aoaty I " o dust to dirty the house. - will not sell the hands " "Therm's nothing left but n little line ub ' It works well in any range or furnace. " "ft II thts up quick So smoke." FILL YOUR B!HS HOW AND SAVE MONEY. New England Gas & Coke Co., 95 milk. Street, Boston. At bed time and again in the morning use your Calder's Dentine. It will keep your teeth sound and wh.te. It is the best tooth powder for your teeth and gums. Calder's Saponaceous Dentine Hade for SO yean Buy it anywhere. The material used In Calder's Dentine la made especially tot It. Wholesale Department, In connection with our Wholesale Business, we make a specialty of furnishing carpets for use in LodgeRooms Steamboats Parlor Cars Libraries Hospitals Churches Theatres Schools Hotels AND CAUTICM. "Don't Handle PaUnt Leather While it is Chilled." This printed notice or its equivalent 1 eumes witn eacn pair patent leather shoes made; to Ignore it means to crack the shoes, no matter what they Ioet. Why not own a 2-oz. bottle of Ivannoil, apply a few drops to the shoes and they can't chill consequently no danger of cracking cheap insurance. Isn't it? It'll do more, make the leather soft and durable only 25 cents by mall. CSULLIVAN BROS., Lowell, Mass. Public Buildings SPECIAL CONTRACTS MADE IN ALL SUCH CASES AT CLOSE PRICES. MnHPray&SonsGo IMPORTERS AND DEALERS, PRAY BUILDING, 658 WASHINGTON STREET.

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