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THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 191S. Plot to Blow Up Steubenville Water Works Discovered ISM HERS SOLDIER INJURED JUDGE BARNUM QUITS COMMON PLEAS BENCH IN YOUNGSTOWN DISTRICT CONNELLSVILLE SOLDIER WITH AVIATION CORPS AT KELLY FIELD, TEXAS PLANTED The ervices of T VITAL POINT en's Hat Shop M .t t my PARADES 8001 6(1 ! SALES A i tH, . ' ' V r' j . rfV is. OurM are at the disposal of men and youngfellows who desire hats of quality, character and good taste, from the best makers of Men's Hat fashions. This season, the Soft Hat is the prevailing favorite, and it is our pleasure to be able to show it in many varieties, suited to various types and personalities. $3.00 to $10.00. Pittsburgh Regiment Apparently Mixed Up in Big Battle in France. Women Take Important ' Part at Clearfield, Grove City and Other Towns. Town's Water Supply 1 Would Have Been Cut Off If Explosion Occurred. OTHER MEN KILLED IXenout. Tkxsum to Tin ?.r.TT Timek. SHARON, PA., April .26. News dispatches of the last few hours conveyed information of the death of Trivute William Hawkins of the dated States Marine Corps, believed to be the sen of William Hawkins of Greenville: the injury of Trance Corporal Harry E. Reed of the Fiftieth I'niu-d States Engineers in Franco, a son of the Kev. A. M. Reed of Green- ilh and the rapture of Lieut. Robert II. Jeffrey of the American lied Cross in France by Germans. Jeffrey was a former resident of Mercer county. Another Mercer county youth has died fighting for democracy in France, according to information received to-Viiy. He is Elmer George Zusohlag of Transfer, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Zuseh-lag. He was 2C years old and joined the colors last winter, going to Franco In March. Pneumonia was the cause i death. He is survived by his mother, two sisters and four brothers. The citizens of Transfer are making ar- j tPiiLicments for a memoiial service. I .""hise blag is the second Mercer county! Soldier who ha-s died in France. The ' frst was Kcrgt. Grover Goodall of i Sharon. I I sir 4 J L vIi -a, i CHILDREN MARCH JuiiKe 'William I, llurntim. YOL'XGSTOWN. O.. April 26. Judge William P. Rarnum, common plens judge for Mahoning county in the Ohio Judicial District, ineludtng Trumbull. Ashtabula and Mahoning counties, recently resigned, lie served one term of four years and has passed over two years of his present term, making' six years in a'I that he has acted as a common pleas judge. When elected he was one of the youngest jurists in the state. lie was raised at Beaver Falls. Pa. Sl'EClAl. Telixeam to The Gazette Timf.r. CLKARFIELD, I'A., April 26. Clearfield's 'Liberty Day parade of women tonight was iiarticipated in by nearly 2.000 who, despite the rain, traversed the principal streets of the town. The procession, was led by -50 mothers and wives of boys now in the service., and following came the Red Cross, Xavy League canteen, Liberty Loan drivers, junior Red Cros3 members and hundreds of school children. Record Breaking Parade. LATROP.K, FA.. April 26. In a big Liberty Loan demonstration today, thousands of people marched through the streets in the largest parade in the town history. The parade was led by the Liberty Loan committee, the councilmen and bor- uugn omeiais, members of the. Red Cross and Post No. 4, G. A. R. There were seven divisions in line, consisting of school children, industrial establishments and various i fraternal and civic organizations. In I flXTf W llllfl Iarsha,s in charge of the variousj JLll JLUVC W 1 J llvL. divisions were Senator James B. i Weaver, George FusP.s, V. B. Steder, Doctor Fell ' WW' ' ' pmm ;:. ., .... PROBE IS BEGUN On W ar Duty J. M. Howard. V. T Wiison and F. M. Rc Osliorne, Jack bb. Madera Man Missing. I'l'MBF.RLAND. MI)., April 2. Miss He'en Collins, Meversdale, Pa., leceived the intelliuer ce that her fiance, Lieut, Frank K. Miller, who enlisted in the British Medical Corp:-. hist August fir service in Franc", has licet missiii)? since March 2.1 and j is supposed to have been killed or ' j be a prisoner in the liar.ds of the Ger- j loans. Tlii news of his. disappear-! anc,. wns first cabled to the youn, mail's fnther, a prominent physician ( .!adera, Pa., who communicated it M Miss Collins, who had become be- ' l.'wthed to him before he went over- j seas. Youngstown Man Killed. YOUXGSTOWX. O., April 2.!. Xews of the death of the first Younffstown soldier killed on the bat-Geficlds of France was received to- I 'J. F. Spearman, of Weds Woman He Met on German Front. i i i NOW WITH U. S. ARMY .-'ra ui. Tjxki.raai i. Tm: (.'AZf.irr: Tijk.I SHAP.OX, April 2S. lr. J. F. Sptar-man left today for Fort Oglethorpe, Geort'lo. to join the Medical Reserve Corps, in which he has the rank of i se cond lieutenant. He received his j commission some months ago, and ! has just been called Into the service.-j Dr. Spearman, although only 29 years ! old, has had much war hospital ex- ..ay by M. S. I-jakovlc. who was in- j Penence, for he spent a year in Gor-formed by tiie War Department that I many with one of the units which the sent into the loner before Jovo Yiieelich, aged 23, was killed in ! American Red Cross 1 attle the nt!?ht of April t. Vnce- j belligerent countries l.ch, a Serb, had been in thi3 country several years and was employed by the Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company. He was among the first from this city to enlist. NEWS FROM NEARBY TOWNS i . end sum- CI'.F.F.NVILLF.. I'A.. April 2fi.-Paul's Orphans" Home, which is tiie orphans of the P.formed Church, has purchased the Muntz farm of fcti acres, bruising the land holdings up to 40't a. -rrs. Over l'ai hoys i. iris will work the land tins lNION'TOW.Y. PA County School Suj't. John S. Carroll announces the appointment of It. V. Kitcnour. James G. Jtobinson and MisJ Helen Carroll as his ssistunt3 at salaries f,f each. i-i v.i,.r.T..svrr.i p i- i.M-.ri I RiiiKler, afrd 2 5, of Coal brook, near iiere. coiomitted suicide in the liellsvlib lockup by hanging. i .n n .n i i a, i morousrtiiy f-jS j0 . nshai.ied of the nflm. of Tiie townsbin ' J . America entered the war. ! With his Red Cross unit Dr. Spear-roan went to Prussian Silesia in the autumn of lidl. The hospital was 10 miles back from the Russian border, occasionally moving back and fortli as the tortunes oi war auectea tne St. I at the hospital were German and for ! Austrian Soldiers. The Americans were popular when they first went over, but gradually the feeling of the people changed and before the unit was withdrawn, as it was in the autumn of 1S15, the Americans generally were hated almost as much as were the, British. American shipments of munitions to the British and French were the cause of the change in feeling, as the Germans j thought this country, because there Con- j are so many uermans nere, ougm to violate the laws of neutrality and re sell munitions to Germany s , Saltsburg Exceeds Quota SALTS BURG. PA Anril 9a1 Th- Sharon, ; Liberty Loan parade was one of tho i oiggest ever iield Here. Headed by j three state policemen, in charge of Corp. Dunlap of this place, various civic and soml-mi!itary organizations ' and the Liberty Loan Committee ' paraded through the principal streets. i-cat ares oi tne demonstration were Red Cross girls and. a reproduction of one of the British tanks. In the town hail a mass meet ins: was hld, following the parade. The Rev. J. I. Riper presided. Songs were sung by Mrs. II. C. W. Patterson and Miss Gertrude Portzer, Klder I'ee'or of Indiana delivered an ade.r"ss and praised the good work of th" loan boomers and presented the honor lag whicn Saltsburg won by raising i's full loan quota. The flag was accepted by Mrs. xi. i . . j atierson in ner.atr or the bond subscribers. Saltsbure's loa;t quota was $15,3'. and this was oversubscribed by J?,7(0. Grove City Has Parade. GROVE CITY, PA.. April 20.- than 3,0O) persons participated street parado and celebration today in honor of the city's raising of its Third Liberty Loan quota f $".15,000. Following the street demonstration a Liberty Loan flag wat raised tin the roof of the Commercial Club Building with ceremony. The principal address was delivered oy Wier C. Ketier. president of Grove City College. There were many interesting features in the parade, in which not only Grove City citizens took part, but hundreds from surrounding- boroughs and townships. In line were 2"0 Italians, an industrial section made up of hundreds of workers from the mills of this district, 2,.K) women who assisted in selling Liberty bonds and as many more women who are working for the Red Cross. There were school children, bupiness- Joticph ilnnl. CON'XELLS'v 1ILK. April 28. Private Joseph Xiland of Conneilsville, a mechanic in the aviation corps, is standing beside an aeroplane with a speed of 100 miles an hour. The picture was taken at Kelly Field. San Antonio. Tex. William Xiland, a brother of Joe, is in training with the Medical Department at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. SrEctAt. Telegram to The Gazette Times ! STEUBENVILLE, O., April 2ii. A bomb containing enough powder and dynamite, the police say, to blow up the city water works was found under water main Xo.-20 late this afternoon by John Myers, an employe of the city. The powder and dynamite were in a ketchup bottle with a 20-inch fuse attached. The bomb was midway between the pumping station and the reservoir. Supt. Josepn Fielder of the water works said that if the bomb bad exploded the city would have been without water, as die reservoir wouid have. been drained. Supt. Fielder said that several employes had been discharged recently for pro-German utterances and tha. an armed guard had been placed around the plant. The police believe hat the bomb was planted some tini i ast night and that the men had been scared away and were waiting for x favorable opportunity to light the fuse. Federal authorities were called in and are working' in conjunction with the local police. Wett Pittsburgh Postoffice Raised. WASHINGTON, April 211. The post-office at West Pittsburgh, Pa., has been advancer! from fourth class to a presidential office with a salary of $l,0OM. THE DEATH ROLL -More in a lier-j Mr. Sarah E. Lusher. PARKERS LAXI'IXG, PA.. April 21. Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah E. Lusher, aged 74, wife of the Rev. Dr. John Lusher, a retired minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, who died in her home here last Wednesday, were conducted, tonight. Mrs. Lusher was born in Rockland township, Venango county, and wa the eldest daughter of tiie late Jssc and Henrietta Pryor. She marrie I Dr. Lusher September 7, 1S63. Shn was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church over a half century. Besides her husband 'Mrs1. Lusher leaves the following brothers and sisters: John F. and C. S. Pryor of Rockland, Samuel W. Pryor of Tio-nesta, Mrs. J. H. 1'orter and Miss Etta Pryor of Parkers Landing and Mrs. Martin of Michigan Mrs. Sidney Markle Taylor. Mrs. Sidney Markle Taylor, aged SI, widow of Robert Taylor, died yesterday morning in her home In West Newton. Mrs. Taylor was n granddaughter of Gen. Joseph Markle and a sister of the late ;en. Cyrus P. -Markle, bead of C. p. Markle & Sons, pioneer paper manufacturers of Western Pennsylvania. She was a lifelong member of the Rre-byte-rian Church. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. L. V. Sutton of West Newton, and Mrs. W. S. Van Dyke of Pittsburgh; one sister. Miss Margaret L. Markle of West Newton, and four grandchildren. Experienced hat men in attendance will be pleased to assist you Second Floor in making your selection Men's Neoiin-Sole Oxfords Attractive Values, $7.50 pair These Oxfords are an exceptionally good value that we want to tell men about, while we have them to sell at this price. A comfortable fitting, Summer type Oxford of dark Cordo-calf, with Neolin soles and solid rubber heels; Goodyear welt. AA to D widths. The same model with leather soles and heels, may be had at the same trice, $7.50 pair. Second Floor JosepIiMome o. COMPLETE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS Charles M. Quigley. Charles M. Quigley, aged 26, a gov ernment steel inspector, of $26 Tenth j Church, avenue, Munliaii, died yesterdav aft- ! children: ernoon In the Homeopathic Hospital. Mr. Quigley was born in Mun- hall tt-V.iel, fltv rwo' Vtt,nHuH rtf . enemies. ' 1 lie W Ui n. ui uit: mot. j -utriotit citizens of German township i supported entirely at the expense of .ite preparing in no:i a large com-oiunty meetl'.-.g to determine upon i:nottHT title. RUNNING JORES VANISH San Cura Ointment Relieves Terrible Skin Itch like Ma?ic. Cures also Eczema. Salt Rheum and Heals Ulcers. A Most Wonderful Olntmrnt. Thousands have blessed the day they first heard of San-Cura. for In thousands of homes In America, tt wonderful quick action, healing power h3 freed from terrible affliction one or more persons. Running pores fir fcrer t-orci. nr, matter how Ion standing;, will soon disappear when Kan Cura Ointment 4 used or we will ifund ynr money It cures so often that tho May Drug- Co. guarantees it Tor any of the j troubles mentioned above" and for j burns, scalds, bruises, frosted feet, ' chilblains, bolls, carbuncles, sore j nipples, itching piles. Money back If not satisfied. , San Cura. Ointment Is 30c and 60o a 1 Jar. Acquire a soft, velvety, clear !in by uslntr San Cura Soap at all times, the antiseptic; soap, 25 cents. Thompson Medical Co., Titusville. Pa, the American Red Cross and was finally brought back to this side because of the scarcity of funds. But Dr. Spearman was not through with Germany. While in Silesia he had become acquainted with a German girl, of Polish name and descent, and he went back in the summer of 1918. Her family is an ancient one in the district, which Is in a part of Poland that in the first partition of that unhappy country fell to Russia and at a later partition was given to Prussia. The girl's father is Maj. de Kacezek, a retired officer of the , Prussian Army." In the course of the I men. other front, as boys wht furlough. campfire giiis, ti; parents an i relatives of boys who are -at the. well as ; i were b and at the time of his death was a government steel inspector in the Jones & Laugiiiin plants on the j South Side. He was a member oi . St. Mary Magdalen's Roman Catho- j lie Church. Homestead Lodge No. i r,0, R. I'. O. II.. Woodmen of the i World and the Homestead Turners, j He leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Quigley; three brothers, John i Quigley of Philadelphia, Dr. Wil- ! ham J. Quigley 'of Homester!.:!, and, .James Quigley at home, and two sis- ! ters. Mrs. James hv.'u;i) and M Mrs Mary Kennedy. NEW CASTLE, PA., April 2t5.-Mrs. Mary Kennedy, aged 8'i, widow of L. C. Kennedy, died today in tho home ol. her daughter. Mrs. Frank 11. Brotschie. She had hem a resident of Port ersvl lie 0 years and a member of the I'ortersvilie Presbyterian Shi; haves thl foiiov. lug Her.ry X. Kein.eriv of I Troublesome, Co!.: Lewis W. Kennedy of Hot Sulphur Springs, Col.; Mrs. i Frank H. Brats.chie. New Castle; Harvey p. Kennedy, New Castle: Mr. .Charles I. Black, Ambridge, Mrs. i Fred M. Weisz, Princeton, an i Clyde ! Kennedy, Hubbard, (. number of boldmr I Nettie Quigley,' both of Msmhall. from camp on Big Time at OIL CITY, I'A., than 4,0;0 marched Day parade here demonstration of Oil City. April 20. More in the Lihertv tonight, the largest any character that has ever been held in Oil Citv. half of the marchers were women. All the stores and factories were closed during the afternoon and subscriptions to the loan during the day were reported as exceptionally heavy. , Mrs. Catherine Maulick. Mrs. Catherine Maulick, aged M, died yesterday afternoon of apoplexy in . the home of b-r daughter, Mrs. Sophie Hahn. SS03 Perrysville avenue. She was born in Ruchtna Kothaburg, I Tern nee :iTltl a ccom 11,1 n ieO her nar- About I cnts to this country when she was more than a century that has elapsed j ? ' since Poland was destroyed many of VijnrOj- Vojpc Kfr Af,ort rj the ..rominent families have become I 3USflI Ww-i-ll aged 21, coming directly to where wlie had resided since, married twice, h-r first Figmund Stabler, being kill tiie Civil War. and licb Mnlick, dying I A Physicians Rrescription Ml -TONIC is J 'r ug 'o.'a nine cruggists. for sale by the stores and other .May good 0 1 A,l ...OI-, . I, militarv ne.i! .-.tv-il ' service- of the conquerors. Prince Lichnowski. the former German ambassador to London, whose recently published statement disclosed German diplomatic perfidy, is of an an- ! cient Polish family. ! Dr. Spearman was married to tho j girl in the church of one of the two j villages that are on the patrimonial l estates of Mrs. Spearman's family. The estate is a "Ma jorats-gut," an entailed manor. Incidentally, it descends in both male and female lino and will go to Mr?. Spearman's sis-' ter, merely because- her entry into the world preceded that of tiie doctor's wife by a half hour. Dr. Spearman and his bride came to America shortly after the marriage, which was in the summer of 1916, and have lived in Sharon ever since. Dr. Spearman's ; family is of English extraction. Upon Size of Family PHILADELPHIA, April 26. (A. P.( Retail dealers may well sugar to con- uinei m towu.- aim t-ittra in u.ioli- 1 ties of two or four pounds, depending i upon the size of the family. In rural communities It may be sold in S to 10 pound lots. A decision to this effect was announced today by the I-'edtral food administration for Pcnnsyl vlnia. Mr. Heinz said : "With no material change of permit - i netit character in the sugar situation it becomes increasingly necessary to continue and, if possible, to increase our restrictions upon family . consumption of sugar in order that we may thereby build up reserve stocks .against the approaching fruit pre- ' serving season." this city, Sise wa.s husband. i during her second, Gott-;:! years ago. Be- fddes Mrs. Halm, she leaves time daughters, Mrs. Mary Rice, Mrs. Louise SchiHs and Miss Catherine Maulick, and a grandson, Harry A. Hahn. Christopher Cibney. Christopher Gibney, aged 70, yesterday at the homo of his soj A. Gibney, who is president of McCaffrey Coal and Coke Corn, and a. member of the firm of D:. McCaffrey Sons. f.7'4 Hampton street. Born in County Mearh, Ireland. Mr. Gibney in 1867 came to this country and direct to this city, where he had resided since. lie was a member of St. Lawrence's Ro man Catholic church, son. Mr. Gibney leave James Gibney. 30,000 CARS FOR GOVERNMENT Perryopolis Merchants Admit Breaking Food Law WASHINGTON. April 2G. (A. P.) 1. tillliai is lo. ue.vvv rtvtri untie, -i i-vir.VTAirV T A or- frame box- and eon I cars, to cost ! tering a plea of gruilty'to the violation between $$.000 and ,00 each, and f the 50-50 flour-selling order, but irpresenting manufacturers' profit of. presenting ignorance as their alibi, about 5 tier cent, were let today to Michael Smith and Michael Thomas, MURDER IS SUSPECTED the American Car and Foundry Company by Director Get-rral McAdoo. Negotiations for building 70.000 additional cars still ire pending. Porryupolis merchants, set their own punishment refraining from the sale of flour for 30 days, the purchase of a Liberty bond and the donation of $100 each to the Red Cross. STEUBKXVILLE. O., April 26. The body of John Harrott, aged 33. -f Smithiield. Jefferson county, v.ns foutid lying in a field of Bert Cope, a farmer, two miles north of Smithfiei.l. early Inis morning with a bullet wound in hi. right temple and a revolver lying a short distance away. Coroner F. H. Kirk is making an investigation on tiie theory that the man was murdered. The man's wife j has disappeared. Mrs. John Brett. Mrs. Eliie Brett, aged 51, John Brett, rite.l Thursday home, 1113 North Kueiid She was a member of the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church. Besides her husband, she leavt s four daughters. Miss Jennie. Miss Irene, Miss Kdith and Miss Catherine Brett; four brothers, P. I-',, John. Thomas and Robert Roundtrec, and throe sisters, Mrs. Edward Mi.el 'onoin-n I Mrs. .1. H. Falkei.hagen and Miss Mary Roundtrec, all of Pittsburgh. Obituary Notes. Karl A. P.radsha w. aged Tbur.silav in his home. Isi'V Bind street. Me K eesport. Mr. shaw had been a resident oi h port all his life ami was u member of the t'nlted Presbytermn rhuic-h. lie leaves bis parents, lu. and Mrs. j if. V. lirndshaw. j tbr I Mr. M.iry Itobillson. wife of Robert "'"11. Itiihinann li..tl V ,-! na . ... i Pittsburgh hcadouarters of the t home, 70-4 Bennett street. she hd French Relief and of tile Red Cross . been a lifelong resident of IMMs- ! e . . i. ii , .j.!. . i. t , Lavettes for Western Pen rsv van a. " . 'usonn.i sno She was a member f the Anbury I Methodist Episeopal Church and was Mrs. Lidie C. Porter. Mrs. Lidie Casey Porter, widow of Richard Clark 1'orter, died Thursday in her home, 1613 Beechwood boulevard. Mrs. Porter was born in Pittsburgh anil was the daughter j of tho late Wiiharn F. Casey, the i contractor. She had charge of treasurer of the Women's Club of that churcn. She was also a mem- her of the Twentieth Century Club. She leaves one, daughter, Mrs. Harry C. Pell, and one son, William Casey Porter. wry.w LEAD IN THE BIG DRIVE FOR LIBERTY! DON'T BE THE LAST TO SHOW YOUR Patriotism! SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR WEEKLY PAYMENTS ST Bonds in Third Liberty Loan 2 1 423 WOOD ST. week for $ SO bond ek for $100 bond for $ 500 for $1,000 bond bond r'!M S20 a week IjilO a wpek un,, mi ioijiu owo.iiii u u i-iMwiiutJMipi -jipmismmmimmKmHms.mm -W: WEEKLY PAYMENTS Corner Wood & Diamond St-4 423 WOOD ST. Corner Wood & Diamond St. iibs In o-aves two sons, retry Itobmson- one brother." ; ger. and ilve gi ;i mi -eiiiluren. Mrs. AlberUna Witinmn. agetl Wile Ol leopold '.V It tniail. rlll tt Weil- nesday in the home of lier da lighter Mrs. Josepn KtllmeyiT, 111,' steu street. She was M. member of St Martini's Romnn Catholic I'liunii mm the Women's Sodality of the Saereti Heart. Besides Iter husband ami Mrs' Killmever she leaves Ihrr-n ..it ' I daughters, one son. 20 n r.iiol-ehl hi ren j and eight gi cat-graiirlchildren. Earl Aber Bradshuw. age.-i I'l. die, Tbtn'Mlay at his home, iru' jenitv I.ind street. He bad be.-n n resi i.i'i .of Pittsburgh nil Ids life. He 'had b.-en a member 0f ti10 i njtP, ,, s ibyierian Church, and was employe,' in the McKeesport oficcs of 'tne ; Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad Mrs. Mary I:. Robinson, ivite of ; Robert G, Robinson, died Wotines'lnv ; at her home, 7034 Bennett street. She 'burl been a lifelong resilient of Pittsburgh. Besides iter husoatul, she !encs two sons. Perry uml Albert Robinson; one brother. George Rer-ger und five grandchildren. Airs. Albertina 'iti!niiin. aged 1, wit" of Leopold Wittinari. ' died' Wednesday at the home of her soc-In-law, .Joseph Klilmeyer. Jl",4 St.-u-beri street. Sle had been u isitient of Pittsburgh most of hr-r l.f-'. aid she was a member of St. Mmtha's lb. man Cathidic Church and t !o-Woman's Sodality of the Sacred Heart. Besides her husband, she leaves four daughters, one son. J'l grH ndchildren nd eight great-grandchildren. Henry R. Baldwin, n;ed r.l, riie.l yestfrdny at his home in Youngstown. O. For many years h had been connected with tiie r-ity mills. Mr. Baldwin gaito-d considerable , fume writing up family history. i . jJaU'JJ,U MSSJkllMMMMM.L!LM. J Kllll " 'JiL!!M T ' ui if 1 1 'Mi d, 21. die,, mm-i wmm u r itiiiy mm mmmxmM vicior necoras at mei or s i :";xh:::M il l V Mnm n.ii; - - - - I ! I 1- l'l t ei:or s Best Service Here 18435 Are You From Heaven? Henry Eurr Give TIe the Right to Love You Sterling Trio 75c Today the Piano Sale Ends 13437 Tickle Toe Medley FOX TrOt (for dancing) Victor Military Band Going Up Medley One-Step ( tor i""--) 75c G4729 Darling Nelly Gray ALMA GLUCK. Soprano With Orpheus Quartet $1.00 2 FLOORS BOOTHS Still Several Dozen Splendid Pianos Reduced to Extremely Low Prices. $6 a Month Up (INtablished HW1 bv John H. Mellor.) 604 Wood Street

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