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TUB MOKKISO 4 curing such permanent gifts Our some such pais have long needed added Inan them as to this give gift terest. We know of no wore SOME OTHER UBEL SUITS. way of eeeuring a welcomed and lasting memorial than the one W. J. Lawler. major In proposed. criminal libel suit agate the tavfor Tribune MOTHER SAVING HER BON. editor of the Fnoksniff. Lawler tnu lac said that By Swearing That Insanity Has Markn knocker, a windjammer, a pessied Her Family. Bobmist; that he had wheel! in hie e a be bins and if reelected would Birmingham, A Is, May I. The to the city. Court held it was prosecution rested Its esse is the trial of Alexander R. Chisholm, former paynot Ubeloua per ec. ing teller of the First National hank, Down In Mextoo Sllreatre Terras, under indictment for embesslement editor cf the Correo of ChHiuaiiua. of $100.0' i from the bank, which was haa teen sat into Jail because alleged to have been luet in cotton he said in print that Enrique C. Creel, speculation. The defense began by plarlng the to the United mother of the defendant upon the ' Heiioan ambassador elidible States, is not osostltutionaliy stand. She testified she was a great of the late Chief to the gorernorehlp of Chihuahua. The constitution ef Mexico would Justice Jhn Rutledge, and that the insane during the last meet the desires ef osr friend. Geo. latter ofbecame also that Justice hie life; year start a Hnlsemoa. Bow George would Rutledge had a grandson In Charlesi rattBnc of editorial and reportorial ton; 8. C.. who became mentally unbalanced and had a mania tor setboeae if he had a Mexican ccoetitu-tkswore that back of him. Moat unfortunate ting lire to houses. She prior to August, IPOS, when the dm Mexico. net ia is he for Georgs, fendant had typhoid fever, he had been of a bright, cheerful nature, but JEDDY BILENT AND SMITH SILENT since that time he has been morose. Bines hie first trial last fall, the fambeSmith SilentThey are to bury ily had seat him to the State Insane cause he is dead physically. Why hospital for treatment but were afraid sot bury Silent" Jedcdlah who is to allow him to venture away from home. dead politically? When Jedcdlah vaa e presumptuous CAPITOL SCANDAL. atlad, with a yearning for public tention, he climbed to the housetops Profits of Two Firms Win From 600 to 100 Per Cent. to shout bis reeolres end proclaim his mouth of lott was a. He malediction Harrisburg, Pa, May I. The capand generous la prnmlaet Ho was im- ital Investigating committee issued a petuous and declared he would reform statement showing the cost to the fhe world or dte in the attempt. Some stare for furnishing the house library amPtbe reception and private room of said he talked so glibly that he new the resident clerk of the house. The ' rrack the until be eould suppressed metallic rases in these apartments rewere supplied by the Pennsylvania of doom. But he was suddenly company of Marietta, duced to silence. Why, so one ven- Construction and the other furnishings by John tures to explain. The mystery deep- Pa., B. Sunderson A Company of Philadelens as his silence becomes ominous. phia. Architect Joseph M. Huston was paid a eemmiaeloB of 4 per cent He was talking on the Craig graft case, as he termed by the state for designing the furthe total cost of which was it. He had Just explained the enormity nishings, tt04.73S.P4. The library cost 873j. of the offense when n messenger 007.89; the private room, 120.116.13, and In his ear, and the reception room. 111.700.82. whispered something since then not n word on the subject The commissioners' auditors estimate the profits of tha two firms on has escaped his lTps, except a motloa that these furnishings were from 600 to the that made Howell, before Judge i 1,000 per cent James Scarlet, chief rase be dismissed. counsel of the commission, has been to take ,Just after the last election Jede-dis- asked byof the attorney general criminal and the charge anproposed his Salt lake paper, through dvll autta against ceriala persons Innounced that he would continue the volved in tha capltol scandal. prosecution of the councllmen. He HI HAD BEEN DESPONDENT. took a step forward, walked, right In to Judge Howells court, turned around Sen ef Late Admiral Steadman Kills and walked right out, and the amased Himself In Paris. and astonished puhlls discovered that Paris, May Ij A. F. J. Steadman of the loquacious Jededlah bad been Now York and Philadelphia, eon of tricked dumb. tha Into Rear Admiral Charles SteadSilent Jeddy, tell us what alls you? man, commuted suicide by shooting When the people ask you to explain last night at the Hotel d'L Orient here. why do you stand gaping; never deign- Mr. Steadman and his wife, who is a daughter of a former governor of ing a reply? Rhode Island, reached Paris, April 30th, from Italy, aooompanled by a GIFTS TO THE CITY. child. They had been touring in an A new era Is about to dawn for the automobtls with Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island and Mrs Aldrich. Since management and development Of the his arrival hero Mr. Steedman bad becity parks of Ogden. The city oouncil come despondent Ho was left temhas done as won as councils usually porarily alone in his room laat night do with our perks. The fault has not and when the apartment was was sitting upright in been that they were indifferent or In- a chairbe with found a revolver at Ms foot competent. It was purely a matter He had ahot himself la the mouth, the of time sad money. With their own ballet traversing the brain and passing Intsswste and the large end exacting out nt tha back of tha akuIL Death wae instantaneous. The body will be emduties of csriug for the city et large, balmed and shipped to the Ualted to not have the time give. they did States. This month the new park commisCHINESE ENTERTAINED. sion will assume control. This commission will' have sole charge of sll Port Riley, Kan., May 3. Tha four parks and ps iking and, as that is their officers of the Chinese army en route only duty, they will have the needed to the Jamestown exposition, spent time to see to the needs and cere for eyeral bourn here today. A heavy atorm prevailed during the forethe development of our park system. snow noon sad Interfered with the program we the will are told, city square Then, for the entertainment of the visitors. ho a scene of active labor and become The party arrived hare from Sea a place of beauty and an attraction. Francium early this morning. After This has been purpoaely left for them breakfast, as the guests of .General tbs visitors ware takes by our city fathers. This commission Godfrey, the dlfrorent aervirw achoola through. will be chosen with but one quxllflea-tlo-n and other poet buildings, which were Jn view, namely talent and time Inspected with much show of interest. for park work, and as they will person-- , There wna no review of troops. . Soon party loft ally give this lias f work their at- for Fortafter luncheon the Ksns. It la Leavenworth, tention, we may well expect something Intended to spend the night nt Port etartod in a line worthy of our grow- Leavenworth and to Inspect that poet Saturday morning The offlners will ing city's IntereaL And Indesd there are already rumors leave late Saturday for Washington. The members of the party are Col'or a definite atep taken. We hear that onel LI Ting Hetng, Major Wang Yu the leaders of the Improvement League Chin, Captain liking Yen Tin and have been working quietly towards Ueut. Sung Chwang. securing two very attractive gifts for DENVER STRIKE SITUATION. our parks. These gifts win probably consist of two largo memorial founDenver, Mny 3. The building trades tains. given by two well known Ogdon council took action at a secret meetfamilies. Suck gifts would mean nftich, ing tonight which, unless the trike not only In aiding In the attractive- of the mill men and wood workers hi if Is predicted will result in a ness of the parks, hut also they would settled, general strike of the building trades in start a movement that is much this city. The council decided to supin Ogden, namely, the presenting of port the mill men and wood workers gifts to the city by those who have and incidentally declare unfair the product of the mills and yards, tha amassed fortunes hers among our po proprietors of which refuse to grant Pie. the employes' demand for a closed Flans like this cannot receive too hop. The oouncil was In seeaion until much encouragement and the Improve- a lute hour and offlolals refused to unfair order will go ment League is moving In tbs right ray just when the Into effect Practically all the building direction when it works toward se trades are members of the council. THE EXAMINER EXAMINER, ROGERS ARRIVES AT SCENE Of CR1XE lo die-Sc- coun-ctlman- f-- Worth & Trial After a Chase of Mare Than a Year, Alleged Murderer Is Captured in Lea An galea. CTAIL 00 DEN, BATCHDAY, to the bank transferring the securities when the investments proved a He is also charged with allowing oterd rafts of thousands of dollars without asking security and with transto ferring his propertyM- to tta mate fur hie brother, Ralph - Hodgens, the purpose of preventing the tank i. u a stockholder in the Hodgene, United Copper company, organized and formerly controlled by F. A. Middletown, V. Y., May H. Bugera, who la charged with tho Heinse, la now suing in the New York murder ef the two Gluey brothers, courts for tbs right to look ever the charging tha aged farmers near here and ef Alice hooka of that concern, and ante of Ingerick, who lived upon the Olnej payment of dividends law. to stock hero wu today. contrary brought farm, Rogers was captured in Loe Angeles after n rhase which continued mors BIS CARNATIONS. than a year. The officers who brought that west declared today him from the Were Cultivated la England In Rogers had made a romp lets confes- They Shakespeare's Time. sion, stylng that he had committed A fiorist says that we pride ourselves the triple murder and that he had no accomplice. Rogers seemed to bo in nowadays on the else ef ear carnagood spirits upon his arrival bora to- tions. bnt the florists ef 800 years ago day. Ha laughed and chatted with grew carnations throe to four Inches tha officers who met him at tha sta- serosa large as any that w see, tion sad aeemad perfectly willing to and thought nothing ef him. discuss the charge against Spain, sou thorn Franco through Tha bodies of tha Olney brothers Is the favorite the carnation and Italy were found la a wood lot near their farm where they had oeea ahot to flower and has bees for hundreds of death mi October A 1RL The body of years, bnt along the Mediterranean Alice Ingerick. the young daughter of there are few glut houses, for In prothe housekeeper, was found in the tected situations sad on southern cellar of the Olney home where she slopes ef bills eves delicate flower had been killed by a blow upon tha grow outdoors all winter long and head with the top of a butter Jar. bloom In freely at Chrlsteus Mrs. Ingerick was found lying unconJuly. scious in the barn. She was to badly The big carat ttoaa, however, were beaten that aha said aha was unable not grown la Spaia ar Italy, bdt la to recall anything about the assault. The officer! w ho brought Rogers England outdoors during the summer from Los Angeles any he confessed to time and taforo glam bouaes were them that ha lured the two Olaoy known. They may have grown Just brothers from the house to tho woods largo carnation flowers In Spaia where he shut them. He entkwd Mrs. la England at that time; but la EngIngerick to the barn, where he .at land than wu record made of tha tacked her with an Iron bar, leaving fact and also ef the else, while In Spain her for dead. Afterward he killed her there wu not Shskeepeero mentions young daughter with the same bar. ntnations and gillyflowers; or July He searched the house for money, but blooming at tha found only fid. He then fled from flowers, together the house and escaped on a train. Ha Mine teason. which shows that tha wandered over the country and was carnation was than a summer flower, finally captured in Loe Angeles 18 wbereaa in our gmnbouaeo It la now months after tha killings. a winter bloomer. Hew the florists of thou dajrd tree tod tha plants to obtain blooms of rack else nobody known, FORMER GOVERNOR for old time florists grew flow era Instead writing books about them. Bo DECLARED INSANE all woof know la that they had very largo carnations la Queen Elisabeth's time without knowing taw they ware John L. Routt; of Denver, Declared to grown." Bt Louis Benlla from Suffering Dementia a , HIDDEN TREASURE. 8. John L. Routt, Dourer, CoL, May tothrice governor ef Colorado, was New Zeeland ere Dig Pee Kauri Gum day declared by a Jury appointed by In the Ground. the oounty court to inquire as to his Many New Zesleaders find It profit sanity, to bo so Insane and distracted In mind as to render him incapable of able to dig for hidden trauma. That for which they dig, however, ia not managing his estate." Judge Charles McCall announced gold or Captain Kidd'a IU gotten that tomorrow he would appoint Mr. wealth, though It bu a dull yellow Routt's oldest daughter, Mrs. Bmma color. It is kauri gum, a resinous aub- Butler, as oonservatrix of hla estate. tenet which la tha product af the The proceedings today resulted from kauri pin tree. The gum can be telitigation over tho ostnto ef tho gov- enred from tha trunks af trow while ernor's wife who died six weeks ago and to whom he had transferred moat they are alive, for It protrudes la of hla property. It developed at the lumps, but It la especially profitable hearing that Mr. Reutt ia not yet to dig for it la the soil about the aware of hla wife's death. He la. 81 tumps naudnlag after the troea have yaaiu of ago and physicians who ex- tarn cut down. Bometimu chunks amined him found that he la Buffering weighing 100 pounda an much from senile dementia. token up from the ground. Digging for kauri gum la profitable, for the gum le used In too manufacture LONGSHOREMENS STRIKE of varnish, and apparently It la ena of place GROWING MORE SERIOUS thou products of nature whoa which cannot to filled by anything alu hu ydt bean discovered. It hu toon Steamers at New York Am Unable to found that it can to need la certain enamel paints, sod tola hu had tha Discharge Their Cargoes Shipeffect of bringlpg tho demand up to a ping Tied Up. point above the supply. Tha kauri pine to a magnificent tree. straight as a needle to a New York, May I. The strike of It rises longshoremen maaumed more serious height of from 150 to 00 feet and proportions today, about 6,000 man attains at times a diameter of fifteen now Being on strike. Thus far only feet It la noted for lta dark, denes two of the pansenger foliage end la mark used for masts lines, tha American and the Red 8tar, for vessels constructed for tha British have been seriously affected but work baa beaa 'practically auspended on a navy. aeon or more of the tramp freight Chewing end Dyspepsia. teamen which, arriving from all over The lean dyspeptic, taking a mouththe world, discharge their cargoes In chewed it interminably. Brooklyn. Fears are entertained that ful of chop; Forty chews," he paused to say, of aMpping may rea big tie-ufor ovary bite." And hla Jawa began sult c Of tha liners there to grind again. You make me laugh," hla companwu some doubt today whether or not tho Celtic and the Kroonland would ion, a physiologist, returned. "Meat get away tomorrow. Of about 600 long- requires little, If any, chawing. You shoremen ordinarily engaged on thou must have wutad a lot of ebewa la two steamers only about 300 responded your time." to the cell to work today. Go on!" It's true. Vegetables require chew fog, for they are digested largely fey HARR1XAN WANTS the alkaline mouth Juices, but meat la ANOTHER RAILROAD digested by the acid stomach Juices, and to chew It more than enough to make It go down easily does harm instead of good. The month alkalis, adEl Psao Parallel Will Ho the and Bays with it, hinder toe stomach mixing Hie If Southwestern Proposition acids' work. - la Net Accepted. iChew re yetable a lndefstlgably, my .friend, but let your meet slip down New Orleans XU Paso, Tex.. May 3. A special to the Timea tonight from New York states that B. H. Harriman Is after the ' The Weed Idiot. EX Fsso and Southwestern railroad hisis a Idiot" with carious word has to delivered be that the sad Phelps-Dodg- e people an ultimatum that tory. in Greek Idtotes" begun by unlove his proposition la accepted he meaning a private individual, apwill parallel their lines la tha terriposed to the state or to a state official; tory and In Mexloo. General Manager then It meant nonexpert or layman H. J. Bmmona la now In New York In and finally an Ignorant man or an consultation with the Phllps-Dodg- s awkward fellow. It was left for Engsyndicate about this matter, it la un- lish to cany tho meaning further to derstood. In Piers PlowNo official of the E. P. and S. V. mental deficiency. could be found in El Paso tonight man" on Idiot" is an ignorant per1898 It coaid mean late who eould cither confirm or deny the ron, end tory. It means If true end If Hsrri-men- 's n person who knew only one language. proposition is rejected the big- Wycllf and Jeremy Taylor used It In gest railroad war the southwest ever the sense of layman," and the latter also In that of 'private person." And saw. a professional fori or Jester wu nt on time an "Li let" tea -- u ll u u u Globe-Democr- u u u trans-Atlsnt- le p trans-Atlanti- Times-Democr- u u HEINZE SUING BANK CASHIER WHEAT FLAKE CELERY "la the moat satisfactory of all the numerous break foods now on tha market A meet delicious breakfast dish, served hot with cream and sugar-ve- ry Bice baked with layers of sliced apples, a little cinnamon, augur and butter, served as a pudding with cream. It seems to suit tha most delicate atomech and U altogether worth a trial by every housekeeper. Mas. Da. G. W. Boikowitx, 140 West 71st St., New York City." Palatable -N- otritlmie-Easy ef Digeetleo and Ready to Eat CmtosirwdMt rid k a M m Nr a ft. uetM; er ad k MM M, Cast BZ aJtdLT THE EDIFYING Where Her Father Wee. The daughter of the boose bad Just returned from boarding school. Her finishing branches bed made her a litThomas M. Hodgene, of Butte, la tle sensitive. Charged With Having Defrauded year father out in the wood shed Bank of 200,000. putting wendT" the caller asked her. ' Mo,7 replied the haughty girl; pala at the tevu meeting epllttlag Inpa Butte. Mont., May 8. The State finitives." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Savings Bank of Butte, controlled by ' F. A. Heinse, today filed a suit la the Liquid Spirits. district court against Thomas M. Hod-gen- s I jnt give money to tramps. and hla brother, Ralph M. Hod-gen- s, in which the charge is mode Whet do you do for a living?" that Thomas M. Hodgens defrauded Please, mum. I work for the Socithe bank of sums amounting to ap- ety of Psyehlral Research." Indeed! And whst work do you proximately 8200,000. while he wu director and cashier of the bank from do for tin society, pray?" 1900 to 1906. An accounting with him I help in the investigation of mateIs demanded. The crmpUlnt also rial spirits. Baltimore American. uks the court to restrain the defendants from disponing of any of thetr Hard knocks often help to make the property until the suit Is settled. Mr. Hodgens Is acrused of making msn. hut be win encounter plenty of purchases of stocks ud bonds In vari-on- a them without purposely getting In the It comce rolling concemi with funds of the bank way of the rock and for hia own account, ud then with down the MIL Macomb Eagle . li 90- - SOLDIER. Sketch pf One ef tho Great German Toy Warehouses. a little toThe Troedel market is laud to the heart uf the old town of Nuremberg. Along the north branch of tho river to an old, lew eared hoaro with a little darkling doorway. When yon have got so far yea are met by a lstle old man a rusty little man who looks though ho were mads ef metal who toads you into the great mysteries warehouse of toys. Round all the walla they are ranged gone, caii none; motor, steamship trumpets, sebsra and everywhere the aoldton. How many millions of metal soldiers have marched away from the Troedel market not even the ruety eld nan could ten you mighty article of f pewter and tin. Hundreds of regiments, of battailous, of divisional are drawn up oa the shelves, waiting for the day when they shall be sent out Into battle. And vsh a kind of pride the rusty old man says, They are edifying soldiers." That la the German way of putting It What it menu to that each army 111 nitrate a tattle or a campaign the war of Troy, tho campalffus of Alex under, the exploits ef Ooeur do Lion, the war ef thirty yum. the siege ef Orleans, the victories ef Napoleon, the battles of 1870 and (the one I liked boot) that desperate tattle In which tiny tin here with gleaming teeth rough rede It op Baa Jus hilL la a word, the edifying soldier teach history, geography, ettotegy Vaaeo Thompson to Kvei-- y body's. . u u u . MAY EATING iW PUBLIC. Berrewe ef the Crttisal Men Who Dies Out Tta Varied In all stations of life, whose vigor and vitality may been undermined and broken-dow- n by overwork, exact social duties, the too frequent bearing of children, or other causes, will End in DR. PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION. v the most potent, invigorating, restorative, strength gi ever devised for their special benefit. 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Yon cant afford to accept as i substitute for this remedy of know competition a secret nostrum tfwo - post-pai- Ismm composition. i Dont do ft. - wall to do, who wu found dead is Mi room tost night by two poMoamrn Heart disease is said to have taa tta cause of hla death. Stockvl hu UX cuplad. tta aarne room lnc Laporto, Ind, May A Mrs. John Al- twenty-o- n years ago. ii son, of Moline, Ilia, trhose husband Several times ha la said U tan was ooavietod of robbing tta Richland, poaad for statues of tta late Fito Mich, bank and who taa appealed to dant McKinley, .whose appearaaet k Governor Warner; of Michigan, for hla la said to have resembled. It is wM pardon, will also ask clemency at tta the statue In McKinlry park wu red bands of President Roosevelt. sled In n measure after the old Ml Alllaon convicted of complicity appearance. senIn tta Richland robbery and tenced to Jackson prison. H made bis OHIO REPUBLICAN POLITIC! escape, and going to Moline, married a highly respected young woman and when arrested tad been living an honAkron, Ohio, May 3. State Cbsb orable Uf for several years. man Walter Brown of Toledo arrlnt hero today and was to conference iffii Stops Itching Instantly. Cures piles, late hour last night with Beutw ecaemn, aalt rhaum, totter, Itch, hives, Charles Dick with whom be looked herpes, Brabbles Don's Ointment At over Ohio politics of n national ckm any drug store. actor. At tta conclusion of the costa ence Bens tor Dick said then m . FOUND DEAD IN HIS ROOM. nothing to givs out He said that arerareroro for himself ho believed It unwli Man Who Leaked Like McKinley Died held a state primary election ta Ora In Poverty. this year and that ta did not beta a the managers of either Secretary W May 3. A five days' no- oy Senator Foraker will ask for ess. I Chios, tice to move, pinned on tta door of la lundarstood Chairman Brown an unkept room on tta top floor of accord with Senator - Dick- - BtasUr that m tta Otis building, Madlaon and La Dick gave It m hia opinion Ohio w Ball streets, and a not from an arttops should ta token by tta him to com to poe for a gsnlsstion affecting national poutw ist asking the Fqraat Alls picture, tell the story of too laat days to advance of some action by There la a general Impress! oa that of D. P. C. Stockel, 66 yean old, one tional Republican committee. the humidity of the sir la greater la the .mode than In the open fields. This la contradicted, however, by tha result af otaarvatiou mad ta pro-manIt wu found them that the humidity, both relative ud absolute, wu slightly gras tar to tha open than to the woods, and this waa true equally In the morning and In tha afternoon. Aa to the tempers tore of tta air among the trees, it wu a trifle higher than to the open to the mornAt this time each year we hare given a curtain sale which ing and ta n mere marked degree to the afternoon. haa aroused a great deal of attention among the ladles Shingling a House. And I looked and beheld seven carpenters shingling a bouse. They wore hauling up bundles af shingles that had been lying In tho rain for two days and nailing them an oa by one. In a few days the shingling will to dona. Then tha painter will come along with hla ladders and brushes and atalna, and 8300 will to apent by tha owner of the cottage to have It thoroughly dabbed. And ta a little while the sun will ah ins, and all tha ahlngtoa will buckle, some up, some down, nntll the cottage will resemble a frlxaled chicken. And there will be Iraki and cursings and lamentations. Now, brethren, why not be sensible to these a mail matters? Painters nr not needed at all ta a case of this kind. Keep your shingles dry; buy a few barrels ef stain; sank the sMugtoa to the atoto and throw them on tha gnu to dry; than nail them to tta clapboards. They will never buckle, they will never Irak, and you have uved 8300-- New York Praia. ni Lace Curtain Sale A Comparison. Tbomu Sheridan, the father of Lady Dttfferin, ouce displeased-hifather, who; remauetrattog with him, exclaimed, Why, Tom, my father would never have permitted me to "do such a Sir," said hla son to a tone thing!" of tha greatest indignation, do you presume to compare your father to my of Ogden. This year we are giving greater reduction than ever before and our stock is much larger. a father r Diskew s' Interest In Inna Pickwick" la the very Odyssey ' $3.00 curtains, very fine quality and elegant pattern AQ MArV7 $3.00 curtains, new patterns in ecru and (M QC 4M eM44(t44s9ie4iei91 af tans and traveL for toe youthful Dickon had traversed England n reporter, and In Pickwick" aCtoe aa fewer than flfty-flv- s tana, taverns, ate, to London and the prevtaera are mentioned sad often described at leagthv London Chronicle. u The Change She Wanted. B Stella Do you advocate changes to Mtaa to Mra spotting? Bella-O- nly Tit-Bit- e. Pal tta Robeechl uked a friend to dinner and then returned home furious. What la the matter?" uld hia wife. Do not speak to me! It Is n ahama! 1 always thought a paittcoeu produced oa In return, so I asked Dobelll to luach." And haa be refused?" Refused? I should think not He haa accepted." La Caricaturtste Fbr one man who cui stand prosperity there are a hundred that will rtaxd adversity. Gariy la. -- Note Prices $2.50 and $3.00 curtains have been placed in AflOthtf ()t fOr . nnnnnnaneennn4naa ' 'V j 9 , choice curtain, good rich patterns, jour Qfir 7UV We are selling thoRe shirt waists very rapidly ,98c $1.25 $2.50. They are very good ones and did sell from f 1.50 to The shoe sale ia still on. Ladies black or tan C Shoes and oxfords for S.v naasennownnwnnnavn Childrens Shoes for 95c and $1.35 fc'