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THE TBTBTTlfiS SATURDAY MOTtNINGr. APHTL 21. 1894.
All Things Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
Ol Ml K MAKES
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO
HIE TRADE BV
tie Weston Mill Co
IIUU OF COUNTERFEITS !
HAVE THE 'MITIAIS
B. 8e Co.
ImnHntort nn Ech Ciac
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
MTc I Al.lsr.
EYE. EAR NOSE AMJ THROAT
P. L, Lacy, of Waverly, N. Y., was in
E. (i. Coarsen is engaged on business in
New York city.
H. M. Ott, of WilliamsportJ was yester
day in BcrantOO.
Homer Greene, -,f Honesdale, was yes
terday in horautoa.
F. E Clark, of Geneva, N. Y., was in
this city yesterday.
W. W. Drinker, of Plymouth, was in
this city yesterday.
A. J. Dvereaux and A. C. I.eet were
Binghamton vi-uors here yesterday.
B. H. I'arr.enter, of Wilkes-Bsrre. was
engaged here yesterday on husiuess.
H. B. CbamberliBj of Denver, and Clem
ent BaiubriitgH, of Klmira are at the Wyo
Dr. W. H. Pnrmnn, of Northumberland,
ami W. J, PnrmsM), of Bloomsburg, wore
in Scrantou yestenlay.
The engagement of O.A.Williams and
Mi-s Osrlaajl .li.sspb is announced. Both
reside on tiie We.t Side.
Gecc- V. Fowler, Ithara: R. 0. May
nard, Willtamsporti T. M. Fuller, Hones
dule, are at the Westminster.
Alison D. Birchard, of Philadelphia, a
native of this Section of the state ami well
known in I ho insurance world, is at the
L. T. lioyse, Towanda: Charlte. L. Kist
ler, AllentOWn; H. W K-rn, Easton; A.
W. Pierce, Danville; K W. Penlmdy,
Binhanitoii, are at the Valley House.
kev. i Hauaer, pastor of thn Adams
Vvenue G-ruian .Methodist F;piscopal
hnich, lias tieen returned hy the confer
mce for the tilth time to that pastorate.
Georjje B. North, of Wilkes-Uarre, W.
j. McKenna, of Washington, D. C, and
Jlr. Whitmore, of Bartford, fv.nn., were
the guests last evening of Robert M,
George May, of Itinghnniton, who for
many years has travelled through this
sectiou of the slate and is one of the most
popular men in the hardware trade, Is at
Rov. Dr. J. H Harris, of Bucknell uni
versity, l.ewisburg, is the guest of Mrs.
Thomas Moore, Mifllm avenue. Dr. Har
ris praafiea in the Penn Avenue Baptist
church "omorrow, and his many friends
mid uciuaiutoncHs throughout the city
will undoubtedly gather in largo uumbera
to bear him agaiu.
Y. W. C. A. MOTES.
The Juniorn will hold their sono and
Scripture half -hour service Monday at 4
'cluck. All ciils under 14 years of ago
will be welcome to this meeting and also
as members of Junior society for which
membership feels 25 cants qaarterly in ad
vance. A social religions meeting for yonng
women and girls will afford a pleasant
hour Tor all who gather in Young Women's
Chrlslinn Association rooms tomorrow
from 4 till 5 o'clock. Miss Doersam will
giro a thort talk and all will be privileged
to participate in soug aud testimony.
An acquaintance social will be held
Tuesday evening for members and their
girl triends. A delightful musical and lit
eral y programme will be furnished by the
Shakespeare circle, after which the fun of
a peanut hunt will bo enjoyed. Members
are requested to be present to assist In en
tertaining the strangers who will come.
'J he Invitation Is for all who want to have
a good time and who desire to help others
to Lave olo too.
Fix watches and jewelry at Relchert's
8CC Lacia. ave.
Music Boxes ExolusiVelr.
rest made. Play any desired number of
.tines Gautscbl & Sons., manufacturers,
1080 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
.lerful orrhestrla) organs, only M and J in.
specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired aud improved with new tunes.
I A Foe to Dyspepsia
NEWS OF WEST SIDE
Funeral Obsequies of Mrs. Julia White Con
HAPPILY MARRIED THURSDAY NIGHT
Mrs. Hannah and David Williams Join
Hands for Life Choir of Sixty
Members Organized to Compete
at Eisteddfod on Decoration Day.
Meeting of Welsh Philosophical So
IThe West Side oftlee of the Schanton
Iiuhunk in located ut HMO Jackson street,
where nl. mi 111! 1. 'in. advertisements nml
coiutnuiiicalious will receive prompt at
Funeral obsequies over the remains
ot Mri. Julia White, of Ninth street,
were condueted yesterday moniiuK in
St Pel 1 cathedral. A solemn huh
mass of requiem km celebrated at U ,80
o clock, the audltortuiu of th church
was completely fllleJ. Tim ceUbraut
was Kv. J. B. Whelsn, who preached
an r.lii, (limit sermon, speakiutf in eulo
Kistio terms of th tiim qualities whioh
the deceased possessed. Her. Father
McNully officiated as deacon and
Father Goldeu a sub-deacon. There
were baudsoine tloral tribute. After the
ceremony the cortege moved out to the
Hyde Park Catholic ceinetery, whora
interment wns made, The (1 iwor bear
era, were VI M. P. McCaan and
Michael Flynn. The pall bearers were
John I-', ik'-n, Dotuitiick U isley, Jonas
Oawlev, D. Jennlujji, J. J. Healey and
United in Marrlaue.
Darii L. Willinuis, of North Main
avenue, and Mies llituuah Williams,
daagliter of the lato Phillip William,
or South Main amine, were united in
wedlock on Thuridey evening at the
home of Thomas Diwie. ou North Gar-
Beld avenue, ot S 'iO o'clock. The cere
mony ' performed in the presence of
a lare number of friends and relatives
hv Rev. W. S. Jones, pastor of the
First Welsh B iptist church. The bonse
was tittiuuly decorated for the occa
sion, and the youur couple were the
recipient of a lare shower of congratu
lations as well ae numerous and value
able presents. After the cereinouy
the newly married couple and their im
mediate friends repaired to the groom's
home ou North Main avenue, where an
eicelleut wedliui; supper was served.
Mr. aud Mrs. Williams will go to
housekeeping on this side.
Another Choir Organiz d
The organization of another mixed
voice choir to compete at the eistedd
fod to be held ou Decoratiou Day in
Pittston has been perfected. Daniel
Thomas, of Bromley avenue, was the
chosen leader. The choir will compete
ou the main priz-, "Aud the Glorv of
the Lord," of .250. It has about sixty
members, all of whom are requested to
attend a rehearsal in Co-operative hall
Sheeting- of Philosophers.
At the meeting of the Welsh Philoso
Dhieal redely this evening. Fred C.
Weaver will read a paper in English on
the safety lamp, what the laws are
u'overoini; the wire gauge and why
they want a certaiu number of holes
within a certain ppace. W, J. Brace
will speak on the question, "Is Gravi
tation Equal to the Mata?" There will
be singing at the opening and closing
of th meeting by Professor William
Minor N'sws Notes.
Rev. B. I Evans, of South Main av
enue, will preach in the First Congre
gational church at Wilkes Barre to
morrow. The funeral of James Moseg, of
Washbnru street, who died on Wednes
day last, will occur this afternon from
tho family residence. Rev. David Jones,
pastor of the First Welsh Congrega
tional church will officiate. Interment
will be made in the Waslibnrn street
Rev. A. J. Parry, of North Wales,
a celebrated Welsh divine, will visit
this city on or about June 1. and will
preach in several ehnrches on this side
Mr. Parry is well known by many of
the Welsh people here, and will un
doubtedly he given a haarty welcome.
Robert Morris, of Jackson street,
was in Plymouth yesterday.
An entertainment an 1 pie social will
he held in the Plyuv utb Congrega
tional church on May U
Mis Maggie Djvia, of Kingston, has
returned home after a visit with friends
in the city ami Taylor.
Mis Annie Small and Gertrude
Longshore, of Tunkhanaock, were cal
lers ou this side yesterday.
Bert Edwar.ll, of this side is tne
guest of friends in Delaware Water
A meolingof the Hyde Park Liter
ary and Debating society will be held
on Monday evening in their rooms on
Sonth Main street.
John J. Mullen, of Pittston, called
on friends in town yesterday.
Charles H. Alden, of York, is visit
ing friends in tho city.
Mrs. George T. Mitchell and Mrs.
Martha Eynoon, of Syracuse, N. Y..
have returned home after a visit with
West Side friends.
Harry Davis, of Wilkes-Barre, was
caller in town yesterday.
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Thomas Jeykll, whom Daniel Rafferty
accused or malicious mischiet, was return
ed not guilty.
In the matter of a public road In Fell
township tho report of the viewers was
yesterday confirmed absolutely by the
John Holland yesterday plead guilty to
navtng committed assault and battery
upon Mary ihompson. He will receive
The jury in the case of John Warzer.
charged with resisting Constable James
Clark, yesterday returned a verdiot of not
guilty, county for costs.
( apnises were Issued yosterday for
Frank Higabin and George H. Dowrle,
two defendants who failed to respond
wnen tie ir names were called In court.
Court yesterday appointed John Ht
John conBtable of Lackawanna township.
Anizi Rosencrans was appointed to fill a
like vacancy in the township of Newton.
William Websr, of North Bromlov ave
nue, yesterdny began suit against William
Humphrey from whom be seeks to recover
ti.WO. The allegation is that the plnintlff
Keeps a vicious ounuog anu that ou April
18 the animal ponnced upon and severely
bit the plaintiff's son. which so frightened
the child'f mother that she became il 1.
FOB good veal, Armbruut, 211 lVnn ave.
Shoes at manufacturer's prices at
Factory Shoe store, 411 Lack
a wan n a nve.
Boiled hah, Armbrust, 210 Penn ave.
Can you blame people for fairly
crying for those handsome Mul
There was a largo and apnreclutive
andieuse at the concert given at the
Presbytoriau church Thursday night
undsrthe uuspices of the Ladies' Aid so
ciety. The programme was rendered in
an excellent manner aud the partici
pants merited and received liberal com-
Herniation. The proceeds of the con
cert will be devoted to paying the
church singers' salaries.
Mr. aud Mrs. Arthur Squiers, of
Tunkhannock, are visiting at tho home
of Sudler Hopkins.
Frank France, a brakemiin on the
Erie and Wyoming Valley railroad,
had his baud badly smashod while
coupling cars on Tuesday
Dr. Ely, of 1. 1 iv Ariel, was a caller
in towu on Weduesday.
A. L. MacDonald has removed to
Avoca, where he will engage in the
florist business with his brother.
The marriage of Mr. Michael LoUgb
uey and Miss Maria Corcoran was sol
euiuized at St. Mary's church yester
day. The groom was attended by
Thomas J. Golden, while Miss Kate
Corooran, sister of the bride, acted us
bridesmaid. Kev. Father McMurrity
l oo Independent Hose company will
run an excursion to Like Ariel ou
A number of Young people held an
eujoyahle sociable at Odd Fellows' hall
TOMORROW'S CHURCH SERVICES.
Giiac'e Kkkoumku Episcopal Cnintcu
Moruiug prayer and senium at 10.80 a. m.
Subject, "The testimony of the Word of
Christ," John A, 8'.). F.vening prayer and
sermon at 7.8(1 p. m. Subject, "I ho Sec
ond Judgment." Mark 13, ;i5-87. Sunday
school at tho close of the moruiug ser
vice. All Bocl'i Church Rev, George w.
Powell will preach in the chapel on Pine
street, near Adams avenue, tomorrow,
Sunday, tho '23rd. Morning and evening
at the usual hour of service. Moruiug
theme, "A t all to Go a Fishing." Fveulug
theme, "Feathers for Wing aud Wing for
Flight." Seats free. All made welcome.
WaBHBDRM St. PRB8BYTCRJ.AM CHURCH
Kev. Mr. Liudeumuth, successor to Kev.
G. N. Mntely, of Moosic, will preach at
ooth services in exchange with tho pastor
Bible school and Christiau Endeavor as
usual. All cordially welcome.
PlNH Avkni'k Baptist CHURCH Rev.
Warren G. Partridge, pastor, Prt-achiug
at 10.80 a. in. and 7.80 p.m. Prof. John
H. Harris, L. L. D.. presideut ot Bucknell
University, will preach both morning aud
eveumg. l.veryone welcome.
First Prkshy tkkian Church Wash-
iugtou avenue. Preachiug iu the morn
ing by Rev. N. G. Parke, D. D., of Pitts
ton. lu the evening Dr. McLeud will de
liver the fourth lecture ou the Johns of
church history, the subject beiug "John
Hubs, the Martyr of Bohemia."
Saint LCKX'8 CHURCH Rev. Rogers
Israel rector. Fourth Sunday after Eas
ter. Holy Comiuuuiou, 8 a. m., service
aud sermon, 10.30 a. m.; Sunday school
aud Bible class, 9 p. m.j evening prayer
and sermon, 7.80. Nursery open at 10 a. m
at 3.'& Washington avenue, where children
will be kindly cared tor while parents at
Saint Luke's Dunmore Mission Rot.
A. L. Urban in charge. Sunday school 8 p.
in . eveuing prayer and sermon.
First German Methodist Episcopal
Cucrcu Adams avenue. Morning 10.30
a. in., sermon by Rev. G. Bobiliu. Even
ing 7.30, sen in hi bv the pastor.
Church of Christ, Scientist Spencer
building, 510 Adams avenue. Bible lesson
at 10:30 a. m. and church service ut 7:80 p.
m. D. N. McKee, speaker. All are wel
come. Seats free.
Elm Park Methodist Episcopal
Church W. H. Pearce, pastor. Morning
service at 10.30 o'clock. Sermon by Rev.
J. Walter Jackson, of Philadelphia con
ference. Rev. J. C. Leacoek will preach
in the evening. Sunday school at t p. m
Epworth leaue at 0.80.
Trinity Lutheran Church, Adams
aveuue, corner Mulberry street Rev. E
L. Mil ler, pastor. Services at 10.30 a. m.
aud 7.30 p. m. A series ot sermons on the
life or lain l-i, addressed especially to
young people, will tie begun in the even
ing. Fews free at every service, aud
visitors always welcome.
Jackson Street Baptist Church Tho
pastor will preach tunoirow both morn
ing and evening, 10.30 a. ni and fi D. m.
.Morning theme: "A Dream Remarkably
rulnllod. Lvening: "A Beautiful Ex
ample, Joseph Forgiving His Brothers.
All are welcome. Seals are all free
Morning prayer meeting 0.15. Sunday
school ii p. m.
First Baptist Church Pastor T. J
Collins will preiich Sabbath at lu.30a. m.
and 7.30 p. m. Tho sermon in the morn
ing will be another in the series of pn
phetical history. In the evening the
theme will be "Losing the Burden at tho
Cross. Seats free. All welcome.
second Prisbtterian Church Rey
Charles E. Robinson, D. D., pastor. Ser
vices 10 30 a. in., nnd 7 30 p. nu The pas
tor will Degin in the oveait'g a aenea of
sermons on the Women of the Now Testa
mentSubject "Tabitha" All seats free
in the evening. All welcome at all ser
Green IttiaiE Baptist Chircii. Rev.
W. J. Ford, pastor. Services at 10.30 a. in.
and i.3h p. m. Subject m the morning
"Blind Bartimalns," in the evening "Tho
Beginning ot the Baptist History."
Calvary Reformed ( hi rch -Corner of
Monroe nvenue and I'ib.ou street. Rev
W. H. Stubblebine. pastor. PreaoUlng
10.80 a. m. and 7.30 D. m. Christian Ea-
deavor 0:30 p. m. Evening set vice 7:30
S. m. Rv. R. Hirons will preach. Every
'Irimty Evangelical Church Corner
Luke and Kurtz streets. J. G. Whitman
nastor. Preaching service at 10:80 mid
7::i0 p. in. Sunday K ln ol at 'i p. m.
Call at AyUswoi ih's
Whenever yon need good meat.
(li lt CUSTOMERS nre our advertisers: they
tell you of the nargams at the factory
Shoe store, 411 laickuwnnna avenue.
Don't bent your carpets. Have
Scrauton Bedding Co. clean them. 1
DR C. Q LAUBAOH, dentist, Gns and
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Latest improvements. Eight years in
Her an ton. "
Inorain Carpets cleaned for 3 cents
yaid by the Scrauton Bedding Co.
have a lare
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,
or 413 LACK A. AVE.
Uur Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until md
1W POLICE OFFICERS
Sketches of Men Confirmed by Select Council
WILL MAKE GOOD POLICED
Three of Them Are Men of Experi
ence and the Other Two Are
Trained Athletes -Joseph Block Is
a Linguist -He Can Converse in
Five Different Languages Their
Historios in Detail.
Following the eoiifirnmtion by the
select council of Mayor Connell'g live
newly appointed police (dllcers, there
coiuus a curiosity ou tho part of many
as to what manner of meu the appoin
From the following sketchos it will
be seen that all are qualified to per
form their duty. Some of them are
athletes of no mean ability and all are
endowed with physical courage suf
ficient to meet the tests which may
somctiuio confront them. Toe fact of
their appointment is of itself lufflolent
testimony of character and oilier
Tlia police lorce gains in Ofliosr Bloek
a linguist with live languages at his
ooniiunnd, and in Officer Day one ot
the heat nthletss the Young Meu's
Christian association possess-.
I be sketches of the men follow:
James H. Coleman is 81 years of age,
native born, and has been employed
for years in the steel works. At pres
ent he is a rail straightener. On dif
ferent ocoasious he has given evidence
of his muscular ability. He lives in
the Twelfth ward, and is the oulv Dim
ncrftt among the newly appointed ofli
Ht.iiCK is A UHQOOT,
Joseph Block is a resident of the Six
teenth ward. He Is a Hebrew and one
of the few of that nationality wto
have Bought political favor in this
city Several of his friends endvuvored
to dissuade him from attaching him
self to tho police force, even off Ting
U uld him in establishing a business,
lie is 'il years of age, ! ft. Bin. in
height, was born in Russia and bus
eerved live years in the United States
army. Officer Block will undoubtedly
be the linguist of the force, as he
speaks flvo languages ilueutly. Among
a large number who recommended his
appointment were Colonel E. H. Rip
ple, J. George Lisele, D M. Jones, A
R. Ruubnnd E J. Lyuett.
Conrad V. MenizT is a resident of
the Seventh ward and lives at 841 New
street. He is married nnd Scrauton
has been his home since 1804 For a
number of years he has been a special
policeman, his duties with the Swift
Dressed Beef company not preventing
hi m from 'assisting the regular olhcers
in making many important arrests and
in making numerous others unassisted.
He weighs ISO pounds and is 5 feet and
111 Inches in height. M L. banders
William Bellow, R. G. Brooks, Victor
Koch and a number of regular police
men petitioned for his nppoiutniout.
LXW18 AN OFFICER AGAIN.
Thomas B. Lewi is an ex-policeman
nnd was removed during Mayor
lows' regime for indulging in au nffrav
with Ollicer Gleuson. I hat his clteiise
has been suffioientlv punished is at
tested bv the fact that such citizens as
Colonel E, H. Ripple, Frank Spencer,
John T. Williams, Thomas D. Davis
and other prominent innn recommended
iu reappointment, wiieu ou tho fore-
Officer Lewis repeatedly performed
act of bravery and once entered the
cell of a maniae in the old station
house and mi dned him in the presence
of a number of brother officers, who,
without demeaning their prowess
dared not enter. Officer Lewi is 43
years of uge, lives in the Fifteenth
ward ami has been a resident of the
city twenty-four years. He is 5 feet
inches tall and weighs l'Jj pounds.
Long U Day is ' years of ago and
lives in the Nlnih ward at 5011 Linden
street. He is a picture-framer bv
trade and is employed by Fred L
Meyer. He is a uiemhsr of the Ynun
Men's Christian association, and Physi
cai Instructor Weston pays him tribute
in saying he is a trained gthelele
being very active and muscular. For
seven years he has been u member of
cotnpanv II. of the thirteenth regiment
and during the Homestetd riots ranked
as commissary sergeant. Later he was
reduced to the ranks, but hns siuce
been appointed to corporal.
WHY DO YOU DO IT?
Why run all over tot clti looktna for vol
dnwri With on luni'livilnn I ton ctnts' worth
or gold in th in ' Hut von Will Com TO
close to it it il v 'U will u th riffDt dUi
Bring your (loHrim ifoM, tflTtl ami grMn
A. W. JURI3CH
I3S "-I'm R
for your money
I'll BET, anil get full vnlu
BIGYCLH8, FIRK ARMS,
FISHING TACK LIS, I INI)
CU1LMRY, Dm; COLLARS
AN D ObiNURAL BPOR UNO
The VICTOR WHEEL Lands.
lin-yei 's. tire armi, etc. repaired at shot
nut i' e. Ke II 1 1 in ' a -.1 i ilt v. ii'..i' me
DON'T SKIP THIS.
E HAVE the flne-t linn of (Welter in
boy's sweater for $1 , "til; all wool nieu's from
(f.'.iW to Kami. All colors.
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
2P2 Wyoming Avenues
Are at Prnncnt the Mont Popular and Profernd tr
l.i imiiik Annul
Wnrorooms : Opposlts Columbus Monument,
20B Washington Av. Scrn n ton ,P
mport samples oi
Cups and Saucers.
They are bargains.
The sale will be
or this week
only. It is not
often you get an
buy this class of
goods for less than
lalf their value.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
I'lic (ireiil Marvel of Dental Science
recent discovery and the s;ole
Henwood 4 WardelL
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J. G. SKAMONSSAYS ABOUT
lilts. HTNtVOOK A; WABDELL:
after having eleven teeth estreated nt
onu sitting liy the iiHllllehH nielllod, I pro
Bounce It entirely satisfactory In every
particular. .1. O. BKAMONsl
f k ' Where the fT
'Wf " Good Cl0the3 tSJfe'f
rr'S-! It ( Ji Onrds mr.de from peanlns wool y- fsH
V ni (A yJh " lri'" ,h" sh"''''s !i''"'k- f"1""1- wsfdfy
,1fl!l ill I lliM facturcil hv expert worhmen. finely UlVcK JrW
' Fi '11 1 WM woven and fact dyed, Bnely cut ami EA cOsh
S jtl ii!!! ! rrtWX flrmlv iiunle, are the Foods we offer 1 1 Sfif,
.WIiilSW ) ourcnsioraers. If feel ami sight won't (SJeS L (Sf
V jW ll'hl do it the v car will convli you that fwJvT IjSS'
) HlTllI fast ily. a , n fine lai Tie', well cut and WjfkSjK
.7 ''I well made, sive unfai Inu satisfaction, ia 5 & bpZjv
If you want to cot the very best in jSpSC fewrL-
V , ..n'.htv at fairest prices, ceiae to ov.r ,T ? ( h tf?
Csoil (loites Ii,
COLLINS & HACKETT
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
205 Lackawanna Ave.
MUL TIC II ROME 3.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Handsome line of Long
Frocks and Sacks, made from
Fine Grey Clay Worsteds,
Vicunas and Black and Blue
Custom Tailoring at
Martin & Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
ua ... -r-"ivrTnTSf
()S Lackawanna Ave.
In order to move stock, we have made sweep
ing reductions all around. Hats, trimmed in
the latest fashion,
WORTH $3.00. WILL SELL NOW AT $1.25
I WORTH 4.50. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.50
I WORTH 5.00. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.98
Flowers, worth 15c,
Sprays, worth 35c.
5 Sprays, worth 45c.
Lace Certain Department.
WORTH 12.60 Will sell now at II 80,
W iRTH 3 50 Will sell now at 1 75
B WOK 1 H IS 50 Will sell notv at $2.75.
jj A frill sfsortnioiit in real Poiutde Ilenaisant aud lical Brussels Cur
S tains at less than cost of importation. Sash Cartains in all the different
SS atvleq anrl widths
!!;'!. .fHi,.,ri . . ...uLii
.. . . i .fin; 1 !,'S,ifflK,.
omen's Coats and Capes
Wo sliowotl yon i hwgo collection of Capes and .Jackets at
Gaiter-tide. Today W6 have just twice as many
Jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
Moire and Silk Trimmed.
Prices nre WAV DOWN:
$5 50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
The very newest nnd neatest
Cloth and Lace. Notice the
Jackets, Capes and Top
Gr.TKT. Owens & Co.
a bunch, sell now at 5 cents
sell now at 15 cents
sell now at 25 cents
THE VKRY LATF.ST DESIGNS
They Fit Well. Wear Well, Look WelK
are of (iro (iraiu Bilk, Moire,
$9 TO $20.
Garments for Everybody.
SUITS AND WRAPS,
COURT HOUHK syi All.