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THE WtlAXTOy TniHTJI'.j:-v;EDNEST)AY MORIflNG. APRIL IS. 1SJM.
All Things Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
I HKB M.Vlil s
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Pair in our
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston Hill Co,
Daniel Scotteu's Polka Dot
20c. ib. Wholesale.
GARNEY. BROWNE CO.
537 LINDEN STREET
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE, EAR, NOSJS AND THROAZ
0FF1CB HOURS :
35 WYOMING AVE.
If, T. Snyder, of Hawley, was la the city
W. J. Dpwu, of Kingston, was m this
J. B. Waii, of Binijhumton, wasyestor
day iu Scranton.
L. W. Chase, of Wilkes-Barre, was iu
this city y3trday.
Mr. and Mr?. E. A. Pinkney, of Utica,
are at the Wyoming
Georjjo W. Salisbury, of Casnovia, was
yesteraay in this city.
Superintendent Morrison.of the Pullman
car lino, was in the city.
W. C. Sloan, of Bloomsburg, was a
Scranton visitor yesterday.
Qeoraeil. Kellofrg. of HornelsviUe, X.Y.,
Was in Scranton yestordsy.
T. J. McTisthe and C. V. Estabrook wore
Carbondale visitors yesterday.
C. . Estabroo'r. of Carbondale. vras one
of y?nerda icraston Tutors.
I P. Hsley, of Paiis'Mphia, f "can
ton T'actloa corr.piiny. i in tb city.
Hilton B. Sommenc, of New York,
well kuwr. in tne millinery trade, w a",
Mr. am' Mrs. F. L. Furgerson, of Roch
ester. N. Y., are visiting hor brother,
Alex Dunn, jr.
(A I). Kchnoley, Luzerne; A. A. Siawson,
Wnverly. N. Y, and A. h. Davenport,
Plymouth, are at the Westminster.
Perry Dean, Danville; P. S. Harman.
BJoomsburg; Charles Dietrick. Tunkhan
noek: R, B, Knight, Bingham ton, am at
the Valley Tlouse.
ArehbiRhoTi Ryan, of Philadelphia, and
Bishop Horstmann, of ClnvMnnrl. 0.. re
turned to their homes yestorday af;er a
Vi-it to Bishop O'Hara.
A very pleasant informal qocinl gather
ing took plar at the home of Dr. J. N.
Rice on Webster avenue, last evening. It
was in honor of Miss Ora Dlmmick. of
Oneontn, R. Y., one of the brldoomsiJs at
the Connell-Fulton wedding.
Inoraiv carpets cleaned for 3 Cint9 per
yard by the Scranton Bedding Co.
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
A capiat waa is-ued yesterday for Chris
topher Walsh who failed to appear to
answer a chargof assault and battery pre
ferred by John Honnigan.
Marriage licenses were granted yester
day by Clerk of the Courts Thomas to Pat
rick Newcomb and Msry Dougherty, of
BCTaB ton, and W. V. Kilmer and Urace
Goodrich, of Greenfield.
Michael J. Walsh, charged with bur
alary, yesterday intered bull iu the sum of
1600 lor his appearance at court and wa
discharged from the county jail. His
father, James Walsh, became his bonds
man. A veteran s license to peddle was yester
day granted by the clerk of the courts to
William H. Hobbs, who served during the
war as a private iu Company H, One Hun
dred and Ninety-eighth regiment, Penu
Dr. Keunedy, of Pricoburg, was taken
before the court yesterday and testified
that Constable Max Koebler, of Priceburg,
who was stabbed and seriously wounded
about two woofc; a,"o is ot of dansor.
-vCffn Arehbeld thereupon ordered that
his assailan'.s be allowed to entered bai1 in
the sum of H.O'jOertch.
The opening of the nev: houre furnishing
good" store of K. Eloesor at 121 Fonn live-'
uoe on Saturday last was a grand success.
It is sui pi if ing to see the articles that are
sold for 5, 8 and 10 cents. It would bo im
possible to mention any article of tin or
glssswure that cannot bo found at this
store. We ask overyoue to come and t,ee
our new store.
F. J. Johnson, practical house aud sign
painter has letnoved from court house
square; to 2-ti Spruca street, opposite
I ft Foe to Dyspepsia
S OF WEST SI
Death 01 Rouen Colcby a Well Known and
They Will Have It Kenovated and Re
modeledDeath of Mrs. Julia
White, of Ninth Strcot rVlnkinp; Ar
rangements for the Cominp Tri
Coursty Convention Conductor
Isaac Edwards Injured.
Tha Waal Bids oQce of tha Bcbaoton
lBIBUMI la located at 1040 Jackson street,
where subscriptions, edvertieemeata and
oommnnicatloni will receive prompt at
About t o'tloek yesterday morning.
Robert Coieby died at his home, mil
B wetland street, Mr Coleby had bean
ailing for some time (i.iat, but his
friends did not imnsme that death was
near. The result whs due to n com
plication of dlieatea. Mr. Qoleby was
born in Yarmouth, England, and had
Iwen engaged in tho meat bUllnata on
the West Side for many years, lie was
very well kuowu and a multitude of
: 1 It mourn Ills loss. The lunaral
will OMQI tomorrow at 8 o'clock. Key
L. C. Floyd, pastor of the Simpson
Methodist Episoopal ehurch. will oflS
ciate. iutermeut Iu Forest Hill ceme
tery. Dsath of Mrs. Julia White
Mrs. Julia White, a rejidtnt of Ninth
street, died at her bOBM at 5 JJ o'clock
yesterday morning. She had bson ill
for several waeli past with bronchitis,
which malady caused her death. She
was 52 year of age and bid been a
resident of the city for thirty years.
Mrs. White is survived by nine chil
dren. They are Mrs. John McDonnell.
Mrs. Frank E Kyan, Mrs James J.
GHbney, Mis Anna B White, Miss
Julia White. T. J. White, James W.
White, and Edward and John White.
The fuueral notice will ajipaar later.
Burld YtaUiday Afternoon.
The fuueral of Authony WitllgUMkO
occurred yesterday afteruoou from the
undertaking eitablisment of M. F.
Wymba on Jscksou street. The ser
vices were couduoted iu St. Johu'e Uet
mau Catholic church on South Main
avenue, aud were largely attended.
Rev. Fitther Friuker delivered an elo
QMat sermou iu memory ot the dl
ceaed. The attending societies were
St. Joseph' German Catholic society
of this side, the German Benevolent
society aud Fituer Whelun branch
Iri3h Catbclic Benevolent union The
pall bearers were Nicholas Glopner,
Christopher Gother, Wtliiaza Breiwtl,
Jobs Sssitb. Alott Fies.-b sad WiiiiaE
EttiisoII. lEierisent vr",j caade in St.
Will Rtmodol the Building.
Hyde Park Iodg, No. 339, Fre and
Accepted Masons, have purohatad til"
property on North Main avenue known
as the Masonic building. It it to be
renovated throughout, with paint and
paper, and somewhat remodelled. When
complotPd it will be handsom1 in ap
pearance as ,! a more convenient
for lodge purpeses
Christian Endeaysr Conysntlon.
A meeting was bold at tho Plymouth
Congregational church of representa
tive of tbe Christian Endeavor tocie
ties of this aide yesterday afternoon.
A general committee waa nppointed for
the repetition and entertainment of the
delegates and vlsitori who will visit
here during the tri- county Christian
Endeavor convention to lebeld on Mnv
23. Mias M. Louise Williams was ap
pointed secretary and' Charles E. Dan
Ths Nsws in Brisf.
The funeral of the youn2 tbild of
Mr. and Mrs. McLoughlin. of Scranton
street, will take place this afternoon at
Conductor Isaac Elward', of this
side, reeeived a painful bruise on his
foot from a flyingswitch while running
a Providence car yesterday.
No. CO was the lucky number in th
contest of the Onr Night Out club last
evening for a handsome plush rocking
Mijso: Blla and Emma Wiley, of
IvIont7D39. weroamosg friend? ia town
:; x. Pei roid i -::i ot hr
borne on South Mr.in avenue.
Company F drilled on the atreet last
evniiig tinder Captain E. D. Fellow.
Alvin II. Woodhouse, of Snnbnry.
called on West Side acquaintances yes
terday. Co-Operative hall was being finely
decorated last evenin? for the conven
tion of the Ancient Order of lliber
nians. Ooard of Erin, which will be
held this afternoon and evening, com
mencing at 1 o'clock.
Benjamin Reynolda is ill at his home
on South Main avenue,
Edlson'a phonograph will he exhil
ited at tho Sumner Avenue Presbyte
rian chnrch on Thursday evening.
April EG, when Professor Doyor wil I
give an entertainment.
Can you blnms Deoplo for fairly
crying, for those handsome Mul -tichromes?
TOLO IN POLICE COURT
Complaints Mndi Aicainet Prisoners
Georgie Williams, aged 17 years, horn
in Scotland, and Pater Kotian, an
BagMlbman, were intoxicated on the
streets al ". o'clock yesterday morning
and affectionately embracinir each
other. UfBaer Palmer and Rod baa
took them in tow and at yesterday's
police court llavor Connall sentenced
them eacli to thirty days in the county
John Reynold, 35 year old, of Now
York city, who without visitde means
of support is touring for his health'
auk-, told Officer Schmidt in Center
street at 3 o'clock yesterday morning
lie wished a night's lodging. Reynold
was accommodated witn a uuuk at the
old station houe. A short time later
he was again found in the same hall
way in (.'enter street very drunk. He
bad escspfd by going icto the cellar
and out through a cool bole. K v.ts
vriveu twenty days 'or rvtrotpeci ij
John Fle'ly, of Pelleru", 24 years
oid. taxed toe strength of six men to
bold him while crurri Troai drink
MonUay night. Kis raotUvr com
plained BSaioat him and the mayor
gave him thirty days to become sober
Kuelo Boxes Exclusively.
Best made. Play eny desired number of
tunes. Gautschi & Sons., manufacturers,
lOilO Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orrbestrlal organs, only jft and f 10.
Specialty: Gld music boxes carefully re
paired aud improved with new tune.
I E6CHERS' kXlMINATIONS.
Dates for Thorn FiZld b," County Siper
intHndeut J C. Taylor.
County Superintendent of Schools J
C. Taylor hss fixcil the tollowiug dates
for holding teschers' examinations
throughout the eounty:
Curliondale.YarriiiKton lobool, April
2? Moosic. Priucipil Davy's school.
Msy -5: Minccka. Prinoipal Joyce's
school. May 12: UOBtOUi PlottVillO
cbool, May ';. Jermyn, (traded asl i,
May 10; Dalcou, graded aohool, May 83;
Newton. Newton Center school, MaV
24: Arcbbald, central school. May 20;
Blmbnrsti graded itbool, May 00; Mot
cow, graded achool, .May 81) Blakely,
Miss Kanyon'i school, Jnne 2: Seoit.
Blown Hollow SOhOol, June (i; Old
Forge, Principal Coyne's school, June
Ot Tavlor, Prinoipal Foley's ecliool,
June 10; Olypbunt, oentral aohoolnne
38; Diokson, Principal Lloyd'a iouojI,
The txnminationa will begin t u
o'clock a. m Uohbol directors his in
vited to attend them
BROCH INSTANTLY KILLED.
He Was Trying to Allsht f. om a D., L
and W. Fieiuht Train.
Elmer Broch, of Philadelphia, was
instantly killed on the Delaware! Lick
awanna and Western rattruad at Aditms
ivennc "t n 49 ut night while trying
to get off freight train,
Broch and . harlot Winkler left
Washington, N J , on a freight train
at 7 o'clock last evening. Wnsn tie",'
arrived at the Lnokawauna Iron ami
Steel COtnpanv'l stor-t they made prep
aratloni to alight before tiie tralu
should reach tOO Station, Broot) was a
cripple and compelled to use a crutch,
In attempting to alight Iienr the
Adams avenue bridge he fell nnderthe
wheels and must have been instantly
killed He was cut Iu two and Ins
body dragged to the west end of tbe
As he fell he called the name of his
oompanloi) who was riding a lew cars
in advance. The latter, fearing 'Hi NO
Oldent had occurred, jumped nil and
walked up the track until ho found tbe
body of hi companion. The polios
were notilid and tbe body removed to
Raub's undertaking establishment.
Broch is ,i barber and formerly
worked in this city. For the putt six
years he has been in northern Idaho,
where he owns property. Two weeks ago
hepsseed through this city on bin way to
his borne lu Philadelphia. Helen there
Sunday night In company with Wink ler
Broch was 31 year of age. His
father is a shoemaker in Philadelphia
rlenry E. Dlxey and Rice's big bur
lefque company will be at the Proth
Ingbam theater this evening in the
famous burlesque, 'Adonis." Henry
E Dixer is a whole shew in himself
His imitation of Henry Irving, which
l by fur las luasr-r impersonation and
ba; n.;T?r cen equalled by any imita
tor, i? partiouUriT well r'c-'iTff:i: the
song, ''Us English, You ?now, " being
recalled again and again It is doubt
ful if there is another com idian on the
American sta jr- who could step into
Dixey's place aul in so short a tune as
sume such a variety o." impersonations,
as the marble statue of "Adonis," the
chevalier. Henry IrTiUff, Wilson Bar
rett as "Ciito," the country girl, a dry
goods clerk, a druggist, n Jew clothier,
th barber, "tc Mr. Dixey seems to
be just as popular with tho theatre -going
public as ever.
The success winch Augustus Thomas'
American play, "Alabama," whioh
comes to the new Prothiogham on Fri
day evening, bus achieved in every sec
tion of this country la probably with
out paralM All northern critics have
declare I it the pest Ani-ric m play yet
written. What the south thinks of
this noble work can be judged from
the following extract from the Nash
ville Herald: 'it is an epoch-niaking
drama. The author ll tlie first dramat
ist that haa succeeded in depioiing the
smooth, even tlnvof southern life and
in presenting ctniractre that nppcnr to
be really to tbe m .-inor horn.
FIRE OH WESf MIRKET STREET.
House of Jstch MoNaraarai with Fur
nitu'e, Entirely Destroyed,
A firo broke out in the houso of Ju
seph MoNamara, on West Market
street near tbe Note:), at 9 13 o'clock
last evening. An al inu from box 0
brought several tire c imp mic to tne
The building, two-itory one. was
almost wiped out oi esisteuce b'tore
nO!nfltr,nc? tld be r'Tittred. T.vrt
streams were turned oa by the Cnm
herlaoi! and Excelsior Hose OOmptuii 9,
but despite their exertions everytblhg
Every particle of the lions -hold
foods was burned np The iir started
in the kitchen and bad g"t good hen 1
way before it was noticed The loss
which is considerable is partly covered
I y insurance,
The fir at McNsmara's broke out a
second time, which necessitated an
other alarm. The t lorn berland's extin
guished the lecon I fire.
SKrft IN NOfHtR ROLE.
Pleased Ano bei Leit Aulleiss al
c 4 my ef Music.
ThoroaeE . leawas greeted by nnntli
rr huge i ou e nt theAc demy of Music
last night. "The Stl res of New York"
win tne piny rodttced,
It li oi the seiiSHtional melodramatic
order and r eel fed splendid treatment
Inst night at the ban-Is of Mr. Bbea'l
company. Kn Gordon MsxWell, Mr.
Shea Showed his v.-rsitility and
strength as an ac ll-nry Teste,
Jere HoAnliffe, Jo- ph Greeii, Harry
Brooks, Elinor Erancis. Winifred
Greeus and Loula Periue prove
tuelr clever worK that they are
riete-it lelin oitnrs at pheraot r
VVe have a Iarg3 assort
PLAIN M FANCY CAKEi
iCE CREAK and WATER ICB3
Leave your order at
22 WASHINGTON AVE,
or 413 LACKA. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until midnight.
tnie of the Nsv Policemen htti Eadly cu
tii: SoutL Side.
TO PUT ft CTOP TO R0WDYI1
Which Is Assuming Anrminr; Propor
tionsNo P.-.ult of the Present
Policeman Rev. E. L. Santoe Will
Guide the Cedar Avenue Methodist
Episcopal CIiiiit.Ii Flock for Another
Year Personals and Other News.
It is expected that at tomorrow
night's meeting of tbe select council
the n iinns of th new police ofiicrti
will lie read, and it is also further hop'd
that the police authorities will not
forget r;ie South Bide in the assign
m-nt o( the new i UWra lo positions,
i'ne disregard for p-.icefulnoas among
the risim; youth on me$intb Bide was
never before enuiilletl ; and as a eouae
nneiiue the pedestrlaus are cocrespoud
lugly aubj iot to all inabnM an I fhrm
of liisttlt i his occurs ai'er darjr. There
are spoia along the main hlghwi.vs
that it is Unsafe to pas This condi
tion is not due to an) reiuTsha on the
part ot the present system of patrol
ling. There are not enough of officers
and they eaunot be blauied for not
le-ing everywhere at the sam time.
Bo'DJ of the black SpOtS l" 1'rnspect
avenue iii theTwelftb witnl, Ptttstoli
,.u i Biruey aveunes in the upper end
of the Twentieth war I, running to tin-
city line, ami Washington avenue iu
tile fSIOVOUth ward.
Funr.il ot Peter K.ib.
The funeral of Peter Kelb, at 729
till ton avenue, yesterday afternoon,
was one of the largest OU this idu since
the iutermeut of Stephen Gutbeiui
Nay Aug trine, No. Ml), Improved
Order of Bed Men, the Scranton Sien-
runde, tbe Kriegervercin and tbe
H ly makers attended Ibe obsequies lun
iiody. Among tbe numerous lieautilul
tl irsl offering was a pillow of 11 iwers,
with the inscription "i)ur Brother,"
presented by the Haymakers. Bev,
August Lunge of tho Hijkory Street
i'resby terian church conducted the
sei vices and presetted an eloquent dis
course. The cortege that Weuded its
way to PlttSton Avenue cemetery was
over three-ii'iarters of a mile long.
This Mineral wns death's tir.it invasion
into tho ranks ot the Krsigarvereiu ;
and members of that society, iu new
uniform, bred a farewell salute oi
twenty seven gun at the grave of their
Rev E. L Seutje Sotatced.
in the list of appointments to minis
terial fields of the recent Wyoming
conference it wiii be observed that no
ehaoge was rnado by Bishop Hurst in
the pastorate of tbe Cedar Avenue
Metho list Episcopal church. It is no
less a tribute to the pistor, Hov. E. L
Bantee, than it is a gratifying recollec
tion to the congregation of the church
Bey. Mr. Bantee has endesrod bimseU
to the heart of every member of his
congregation, and has commanded the
respect and good-will of those of diff
erent religious beliefs with whom he
came iu contact. It is to be hoped that
he will be spared many years of useful
ness. Miss Westoott, Monoloaus Artist.
Miss Adelaide Westcott, one of
America's best monoloirne artists, gives,
as a favor to the South Side Young
Women's Christian association Friday
evening the monologue "New York,"
which was written expressly for her
use by Cnnrles Barnard, and is by far
the best one written by him. Miss
Westcott is gracefnl and wonderfully
pleasing in her recitations. Too much
cannot be said of this pleasing enter
tainment, and none should fail to see
it. TieKets may ba had at the rooms
or from members who are selling theni.
News Notes and Personals
The condition of Mrs. Mary Fasa-
hoid, of Greenwood, remsini unchanged
aud it is teared her death is but a ques
tion of a weeic at the utmost.
Thomas Girvey, of Cedar avonne, is
nut of doors again nftr a severe Illness,
Tho funeral of Thomas J. Cnnniu
will proceed from tho family residents
to St. P. tor's cathedral at 11 o'clock to
Call at Aylet orth's
yn" 7irri ?Av, TrifXt.
WHY UU VOIJ L'U IT 7
Way run aiinvr thoeity looklnsj for sold
lolUr i with "ii" sandrodan I ten cents' Wortli
gold in theni Hut yon will oo tne very
i-losi. tO it It II yilU Wilt Oai III thn fight Pl I 16.
Brian ynur iii.'iisrs euM, silver end green-
A. W. JURIS CH
SPIIUCE BTRBBT, snd set fuli vnliif
for your money in
BICYCLES, rim: ARMS,
PISHING TACK I B, MM;
ODTIil' IIY, DOG COLLARS
ANRGKNER l. SPORTING
Tbe VICTOR 7REBL Leads
Dioyoiea fir" arm1--, etc., ropalrsd al short
ndtico. ECoy.llttlnt a sneoialty. Oive mr.i .-nil
Thronghonr Bloyela Department will show
ytni lli.i tiin : line iif'ii.w and el.'gnnt goods
at reSSohahle prlees you ever taW, Especially
BOtli ithe HOCMKhTKB. It Is the neatest
and Fast Sflt cycle in the market.
'.'nil mid itet priOM on our SECOND ORADE
WHEELS. They will surprise you.
of ey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
Aro nt Present Hip Mont Popular snd Treltrred by
Wsrerooms : Opposite Columbus Monument,
I 205 Wnohlnscon Av. Scranton,
ions f SOUTH I
bole agknib roii
Our lini! of Dinner and Toilet
Sols is n. ii equalled la tho city for
Price, (u:tliiy or Quantity,
ii ii 1! "
WEICHEL & MILLAR
16 Wycminq; Avenue.
TheQreat Mai ve oi Dental Science
recent discovery and t ho t,ole
Heraood t Wardell,
SIC Lackawanna Ave.
W II AT J. U. BE A MO N S BA YS ABOUT
UltS BENWOOO i WARDELL;
After havlm eleven teeth xn
out silting by the painleni method, 1 pru
nuur.ee it satlrelj satisfactory in every
Darelonlar. .;. g ssahohs
. .. i .
ii -ii an
COLLINS & HACKET7
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
205 Lackawanna Ave.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Handsome line of Long
Frocks and Sacks, made from
Fine Grev Clav Worsteds,
Vicunas and Black and Blue
Custom Tailoring at
3(J8 Lackawanna Ave.
In ordor to move stock, we have made
ing reductions all
the latest fashion,
I WORTH S3 00. WILL SELL NOW AT $1.25 I
WORTH 4,50, WILL SELL NOW AT 1.50
I WURTH 5.00. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.98
Flowers, worth Ibc.
Sprays, worth 35c.
sprays, wot tn 45c.
1 Lace Curtaia Department.
WORTH 12 50..
WOR1 H :rJ 00..
woai a is j) .
A fnll assortment in real Point da Renaisiint and Heal Brussels Car-
g tains at less th n cost of importation. Sasli CiiUitu in all the diiicreat 3
g styles nun widt - X
liiiilslliiiiiiiiiiSil . . : ,.., i.miiy,r...r i.aiitiiiiiiiiliiB
rii ...1 itflr
in .ill " I '' ,1 SIDlRrjTil cv
vrxr v wtx: t mm i ; ,
5" v. 11 .. i i s-nur ' m r
Oocils mr.do from genuine woil
taken from tne sheep's back, manu
factured by cxiiert workman, fln'-iy
woven nnd last dyed, tiurly cut and
firmly niuae, are the goods wo elter
our enstomere. I' feel and sight won't
do it the .ear will convince you that
fust dyes en fine fnbric. wll cut and
Wi li mn.i", Biye eww rag nwim
If you want to get tho very best in
quality nt i.iirost prices, cemo to our
store. It is
Conw Frcifl. jt
if 11 m ills' r ' x iii .y is
W showed you :i large collection of Capefl mid Jaoketl at
Baater-tide. Toddy ive have just tzvice us many.
Jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
Moire aud Silk Trimmed.
They Fit Well, Wear Wtll Look Well
Tbe Prices ate WAY DOWN:
$5. 50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of Fir i Y
The very neost und noest
Cloth and Lace. Notice the
Jackets, Capes and Top
Gh W. Owens &. Co.
CLOAKMAKKHS, SUITS AND W&APS,
pruce: ithebTi covin house bqcaITSt
tni a vs
am ni v snnsssi sn
1 BIV E
Hats, trimmed in :
a bunch, sell now at 5 cents
- - - sell now at 15 cents f
- - - srjll now at 25 cents s
THIS VERY LATEST DESIUXS -.
. Will 8ill now at tl 35, S
, . Win - ill Bow at l 75
VH seii tlUW MT . i,
11 1 1 n r -rv. . -
j mi mi
s Goafs end Capes
are of Cro Grain Sili:, JToiro,
B TO $20. '
Garments for Everybody,