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TTIE rVCRAKTON TRTBTJIOJ-WEDNESDAY MOKXIG-. APRIL 25. 1R.M.
All Things Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
01 11 Kit MAKES
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
A Foe to Dyspepsia
'And always have
IIANITACTTKFU) AND FOB SALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Co,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
'i nrwiii'iE po?',ii '.a
HAVE THE 1N1T)A!S
G . B. & Co ,
lien-iitr. on Fai-h (M("r
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a.
hi 1:1 1101 M Mil Allft
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE. EAR, NO&E AND T Li HO AT.
'85 WYOMING AVE
Cornelius Cronm, of Kingston, is in the
C. F. Knapp, Of Bio imshurf, wm vester
dv ia Bcranton.
E. P. kfneklow, "f HiniTrill. wm yes
terday In thn city.
E B VanDske. of Wilk'S-Unrre, was in
the cty yesterday.
L H. Bennett, "f V. illie.-liarre. was in
the pity yeeterday,
Mr !. I: aeoleld and daughter ere, in
Haw York, an route for E iropa
John s, Coortrigbt, af efontrooe, wa
engaged on buines. hr. yesterday,
E Itelbeimer and J. K. t)avi, of Will
wnsport, were visitors here jraa terday.
T. a. l.ichtblaer, o( Efonesdi,ie, aen-
KBBi'd r,n 1 isit ess v"i!"rd.ir ,r, theiity.
Sheriff I: W Hornby and J. D. vVeatoa
were BoorsdalS visitors here yesterday.
J. r. Boweo and '. B, Morris, well
known Floffalo real estate men, are at tiie
I). E Phillips, of Hsbasoy City, and A.
B Strongman, of Honesdaie, are nt tho
K. A. ni d 'nnrles Hutchison, of Wilkns
Barre nnd Kingston, respectively, were
George R. Jones, of Biugbamton, and
Ji nil Hfmelrelch, ot I'ottsville, ar at
th" Ve-t:ninsi. r.
C I 11 1 K. H. Utopia will deliver his fa
reons " tote on Andaraonrilla pris m nt
Untnndnl April BT.
Mi?g Bridget Bnrke. or Arohbal 1, is rla
Itinit her couslo, Mrs, Owen Ctttick, of
Mre. B. Kessier nnd Mrs Kate Banner,
of Brandt, are rnwta at the lioaie of I ;ty
.I0L11 O'Connell, of st. Bonavetiture's
railage, is visiting bl cousin, Miss Teesls
Bvrosnoy, of North Washington avenue,
Ex-'-erIf (.f the Courts William Daniels
combined pleasure with boatoaai In a trip
to Mt. F'itoi.o. He expectelto return
lat SVOUIDg with a lnro String or trout.
Thomas J Monagben, of Monsgbaa Si
Kate, 1 be Lackawanna avenue barbers,
ha been taken to tba Lackawanna bos
ptal to be treated for a pelvic hone dis
ease. Is'ey Noyes, assistant secretary nnd
IrcaenreT of the Bqrsutoa Traction com
pst,y,ims bean affeofed with throat tronbla
and conflnod to his apartment) nt tho
John P. Connolly, of Trenton, Canada,
formerly employed 111 this city at the Boa
tiu Store, has returned to accept a pos i-
Upn in tbe dry gooda atom of Connolly &
Wallace, on Washington avenue.
Ifflsa Margarat Qrrltir and Mlohaal
Douaharty Marrld at tba Cathedral.
A very pretty marriage ceremony
occurrml at noon yeaterdny, uniting
Jilifa Mnris'Hret (lorrity nnd Michael
Dongharty at St. J'nter'g eatbedral.
Kev. J. A. O'Keilly offluiateil.
Tho bridcauiuid wan Jlisa Helen (ir
rity, a coimin of the bride, nnd the
groom wan attended by bis brother, K.
llr. nnd Mia. Dougherty doparted for
r.n extended trip in the west.
Tho groom is a Dhiwrp, Lacka
wanna and Weitern engineer and is
very poptiUr with his fallow employes.
We are prepared to furnish business men
With flrst-rlnHii stenographers by the day
or hour. Expert bookkeeping a specialty.
Boranton UommareUI Anaociation, Liui
ited, ffiS Spruco atreot.
Baadleaton ft Woer2'a and Ballantlne'a
Ales are tbe beat. B, J. W alhu, agent, W
MORAM carpets cloanod for 3 cents per
yard by the Scrautou Bedding Co.
NEWS 8F WEST 1
Marriage of Hiss Jeanetle Penwarden to
Tliciaas M. Richards.
REV. D, W. SKELLINGER OFFICIhTED
Ceremony Was Performed in the Par
lor at the Bride's Home Mr3. E.
Tilson to Leave for a Visit to Eng
land Cominc; Old Folks' Concert.
Other Interesting Personals and
News of the Day Recorded.
The West Side office of the Bcrantoh
T hi lit' NIC is located at 1010 Jackson streot,
where aobaoripttoua, advertteemeuta and
commnnicatioui will receive prompt nt
toutioo. A very pretty home wadding wm
that of Miss Jennnetta Penwarden to
Thi '.nan M. Kichurds at :t o'oloak lant
evening at tho home of the
brlda'a mother, Mra. A. Pen
warden, on Washburn street. The
ceremony wm performed by Bar, 1).
W. Skellingar, of the Waabbnm street
Praabyterlan ohnroh, Tbe home had
been prettily decorated with potted
piantc, ferns ami Qowera, Tba entrance
of the couple into the purlor was
nccompanled by the wedding march
from "L ihengrin," rendered on the
piano by Mrs, KumoI Whitman, of
Boneedale, Followlug the oereraony a
Wedding attpper was served, ami at
11.20 o'clock Mr. and Mrs Riobarda
departed via the Delaware, Laoka
wanna and Weetern railroad for
New York, Philadelphia and other
point of interest H i t!i ir r"
turn they will reaide with Hie
bride't mother, The usera were
John Bdwarda, Percy Watere, aud
Qeorge Bnrrowman, of Bcranton, and
li. Max Dayman, ot Pittatou,
The bride has tieeu a teacher at No.
l" school lor over two yeara, and li one
of the most graelooi and pnpolar of
tbe Weat Side aclal ael Mr rtiobarda
ia manager for E l- Poller & Co., at
Doryea, and is well and tavor.iMy
Among those pyeaent from ont of
town were (It-orge V. Penwarden,
Charles s Penwarden, of New York
city ; Mr. and Mrs, wtiiiani renwaraen,
Mr and Mm. li J. Penwarden, (J W
Penwarden, all ot Honeadale; B,
Samaon, Mia Liz.i- Scarry and Mr.
and Mrs L. D, Wolf.-, of Carbondille;
('. K. TrombOWer and John U Livf, o(
BpWOrth L.aeus Concrt.
The Simpson chapter of Bpworth
ieague connected with the Bimpion
alotbodiat BpiaeopaJ ohnrob, has de
cided to give an old f Iks' concert and
maple s iar aooial in the v irli rs . f the
church on the evening of M ,j l'1 This
concert is to be a novel ol I f ilka' en
tertainment, The old time mode of
loiiducling these concert 1. is l-en -t
neide and a more modem plan adopt i,
The entertainment i nn I r the preon
al snpTVtsion of Minor WorJeu and K
N'ws Polled Down.
The Sliver Lake qo irtetta has Men
organited with the following mem
bers: Cuarles Rlcbardi, Jainee Mat
thews, L. V M rgau and Will Col
Tne infant cl ild of Mr. and Mrs.
U.viJ Jenkins, of Scran ton itreet, died
M'm lay vening
Mis. P. Tiieon, of Booth Bnmnei
avemi-, will leave today for tne steam
ship Tentonic for an ex'.--'i led riali to
hr birthplace, Leeds, England, she
will ba a been! nntll Beptembir.
Mr. and Mr William liigaina and
daughter Edna, or Poreet City, nr
Kiieaia at the home of H D Jonei on
Mi nh I'vdo Park iv mne
Miss Edna Yonng, a aalvatton army
c ptMiti atalloned at New Y rk and
l iCirnter of Mr.. Yonng, of 1113 Jack
sou street, came home yesterday on a
Professor William W Jones has re
cently m ni-1 the following Valuable ad
ditlous to his choir at the Simpson
Methodist E lacopal rharob, Mr. and
Mi Van Qorder, Mia Cora Btortn,
William Back, Ueil liiayr ami Llew
it ilannah Jenkins, daughter of
John kf, Jenkins, of Dn villa, is visit
inn her aunt, Mr W V QrlfflthS, on
Nor. h Sumner avsnoa
Mr' and Mrs. allies McDonald, of
Bath, N. Y , are visiting .Mr. and Mrs
Thomas McHale, of Jackson stroi.
Mrs. Henry Williams, of Wayne
county was th guest of friends on
this side yesterday.
Charles Mabsr and John Seefalk, of
Wilkes-E.irre, weru on this side yester
day. J. lines Tierney, of Peckville. was a
cllr on this side y.-stttd iv.
Wnile ln- festivities ov r the miT-
nage of Mrs Christopher Cole, of Price
street, ai d Ptr rbomss, two well
Known people ol matme age, was in
progress Monday mgiit, a gang ol mis
obiaVOUl youths broke into the cellar
of Mr' Cole's house and stole a keg of
beer winch they carried to Gammon's
BUI and drank.
WAS A NOVt tNTtHffllNMtNT.
Hundred Young L ll.s K J) I Peanat
Hunt at Y W C. A.
In the neighborhood of 100 young
women and girls were at the YoOUg
Womou'a Christinn association rooms
last evening, enjoying th" weekly social,
and, Incidentally, a peanut hunt and
musical entertainment, furnished by
tbe Bbaksspsare circle.
Tbe peannl hunt va Indnlged
in with much gimto and amusement by
about sixty of the young ladle ElOb
was furnislied with n paper bni; and
she who found even as many ns Utteen
peanuts, bidden about the building.
considered herself fortunate,
The in I programme consisted of
a piano solo by Miss Porlar, Kiiitnr
duet by Misses Peck and Klassl, vocal
solo by Miss Jossplune Med way, and
recitations by Misiee Norton and Par
ker. In the gymnasium tho young ladies
wen) led in fancy uarohing hy Pbysioal
director Miss Lois Shnrdlow and en
joyed parlor games
i e .
LOUIS BtHIK FOUND GUILTY.
Convicted of Having Bmbsaalad His Em
Before Judge Archhsld yestetday
morning the trial of Louis Behle, of
Arohbald, obaratsd with having em
bezzled funds of Tin: TRtBDNg Pnblisb
iug coiupanv while acting as agent, was
resumed. The amount ,,f Behle'. de
falcation wn fix-id at $i 30 by Professor
F. E. Wood, the general manager -of
The defendant's counsel maintained
that the proceedings should have been
brought in the civil cfmrt In the form
of an action to recjvor a debt. From
the evidence the jury believed that
I'ehle deliberately converted the money
due his employers to his own use and
nl ter being out for a short time re
turned a verdict of guilty ns indicted.
Major E verett Warron couducted the
prosecution and Attorn"y C. Comegys
Arthur (rretrory, Owen Fir.ngan
end George E Morgan pleaded unilty
to having burglarized tho ptoro of
Joseph Mean on the West Side several
months ago nud were remuuded until
Saturday for sentence
Frank Bbanloy was nrraignad for
having assaulted Edward Humphrey at
Olyphant on Inst Christmas. Hum
phrey declared that Shanley knocked
him down and kicked him, While Shan
ley maintained that tne knocking down
of Humphrey was purely accidental
and that the latter retaliated by chew
ing defendant's fnuor. At 4 80 the
jury went out to pass upon the facts.
In the case of Edward CoUghlln,
oharged with assault and battery, a
Verdiet of not guilty was t.iknn ami the
costs placed on William DilliOU, tin
before conr adjourned last evening
Attorneys George S. Horn nnd E 0
Nswcomb asked foracontinuanoa until
the next term of the case against the
local agents of ant of town brewers,wbo
were arrested some time ago oharued
with violating the liquor laws. Dis
trict Attorney Rally strenuously op
posed a continuance and Judge Ed
wards therefore refined to allow the
esses to go over
Of Barlow Brothers' minstrels, who
will be seen at tbe Aua leiny o( Music
tonight, the DdUVSr It public tU save:
Not a moment is lost. The jokes are
brief, Crisp and pointed. The musia il
well selected and the s dnNts above the
average. Tbe company carries its own
orchestra, winch appears nn tbe stage ia
the regulation Brat par.-. The stage was
bnudsoinely hmm with silken drapery.
There are Id end men, inolndlug Mark
ham, tbe K 'Hoards, the Uorrit mye and
James and Billy Barlow, After tbls comes
several noveltleaio the form of ob is and
original special id -as, funmnkers and
PRIMKOIH AM WE8T' MONTI CARLO
Today everything is ou theelevated
system all fun nud lots of It required
hy the tbeater-ioing public The
"funny man" has made n national rep
utation and today is In demand, The
spectacular play of "Monte C irlo," in
troduoiug the eminent minstrel some
diatis in whit -fate, (ieoro Wilson and
the famous Gorman brothers, under
the man uvni'-nt of Piimrose A Vst.
comes to the Academy ol Music Ihurs
diy evening Notblog can be norein
tT. sling loan this eome.ly play, as it
keeps yon laughing throughout tbe
performance A company of tbtrt)
people nr.- need n in" production of
"Monte ( '.,rlo. "
CORRINNK IN BRNDRtCg III DIOR
Evr iuce she first appeared in this
city at th- heid of a poj tilar price op
ara rotnpany, eight or i n years ago,
Corinne ha been a ur-at favorite with
the theater go-rs of SsraUtOO, and the
announcement that she will appear at
the bead of the Kunb ill 1 1, era i omlque
organltstion nt the Prothinghatn the
a'r tomorrow evening lu t ia success
ful i nrlesqne, "Hi u !ru :t II idson," will
be received with much interest hr br
numerous admirers hers. Corinne has
been surrounded with a company num
le-iirij over e-xtv psr.'ormers. eic'i of
whom is eithr a g o 1 linger, or dan
eer, and quite capable of supporting
ii o star in faultless sty',-
A H. PALMKR -.T.m K COMPANT
N. ver befi re iu the biatory of Bcrtn
ton theatricals iaa u company of 'equal
streugib as tbe A M. P.. imer original
stock i-i mpany, winch will i. at the
Frotblogbam rriiayaod Saturday, ap
pasred in this city, Wilton Lackeys
h is leu here a Isiding man of th.
AristoOacy Company, Virginia Harned
has bsen here a leading lady with E
II Sotheru nnd tb Lady Windermere
Fau rompany, and airs I p Bowers
lias beau here with Frederick Wr le
m l toe ,1 H-rsoti Ploreno sompany,
Howevsr, at tbs Protbiagbam theater
00 Pn lav and Baturday VsnlngS and
Sitnrday sfternown, Mi. Lackaye, Mies
Hurned, Mrs. Bowers will all be
seen Wlh tl" Palmer foinpuiy.
in sddrtioo to such fsinons aetors
as J H Btoddard, E M. Hol
land, org-' Paweett, W dden Ramsey
Edward M Bell, Kent. Pax, Herberl
MtUward, V. M Ds.lk-. Pred A
'I botnpson, l. w Preebrsy, Madeline
I: intoo, Jennie Bastace, I I M Oon
I le-t, Ann Chart, Btanton Herroo,
K .- Bsrrlngton nl Emily Prom
The attraction on Kri lay evening will
h" ' Saint and Blnuers," on Sitnrday
vicing "Jim ii Penman," and at the
Sitnrday afternoon perform nice a
double bill, "One Toooh of Nature" and
"A Pair ot Special !," will be given
T he s lie f leatS fot the Palmer en
gageini'iit will oin at Powell's this
morning at 9 o'clock sata will also
lie plae u sale at Hart's drug store,
Wiike Ii irre.
?crsnton' Buatneaa Eatereets,
Ths Triburi will aooa pnblish a care,
fully compiled and elasstnad nt of the
leading Wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and profeeslooal Intareata of Bcranton
ami vtetoity, The edition will Is. bound
in hook form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure view. ,,r our public build
logs, buslnees blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits uf leadiag eltlseas. No
sinulsr work baa ever given an equal rep
resentation of s. unpins many Indus
tries. It will In-an invaluable exposition
of our tusme.s reeouroSS, Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers nnd OS an BBOOJialled
ailvertisenient of the iitv. The cllXU-
latiou is n a puts that caunot fan of good
rialts to I hoes concerned as well as th i ty
III large. K. pie-cnla'ivos of TlIK Tlillii :l
will call npoil THOSI WBOSB nasjkh
are dksiiikii in tin. idiiiouaud rxplalu
its nature more fully,
Thoee desiring views of the-r residences
in tni-. edition will please I aVS netlCS at
Hamteoiue Ll p av
"The Kaii" at Ion and 1 1 j Laskawanua
avenue has on exhibit tbo W. B,Osrset
display from the World's Fair, Chisago,
I80A which received the gold msdalaun
the highest award. Vefterdav all day the
sidewalk was thronged with ladies admir
ing tbe exhibit, Which is really a work of
We have a lar ,r3 assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKE),
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or 413 LACK A. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until midnight.
Properly Owners Rut Having S'giicJ Pav-
ARE WITHDRAWING THEIR NAMES
Think the Bonefils They Will Rcceiva
V' i ; I Not Compensate Them fortius
Outlay C. J. Ruddy Retires from
the Fight for Secretary in the Inter
ests of P. J. Wlessitt-Other Inter
esting Items and Personals.
The property owners on M ijile
street, between Pittatou and Stone
avenues, reuret having siirned tin peti
tion to councils, asking that a resolu
tion be introduced for narrowing tuu
roadway. Maple street, from PittSton
avenue to Hamtt) court, is out of line
wilh the rest of the street bet ween that
and Btone avenue The present aver
age width of tbe etreet is OS fe-it; and
tbe substance of the petition of the
property owner is to reduce it to a
nnifuriU width Of 80 feet, thereby add
ing 15 feet to tho depth of the proper
lies on one side and 10 feet on the
other. Several of the signers are
withdrawing thir name It Ii
argued that Maple street from its
steep grads will never become n much
traveled thoroughfare, consequently
ths amount of lah ir which the ohange
would luvole could not be competi
s.ited by any subsequent improvement
in property values.
Withdraws In Fsvor of Maaslt.
Prominently mentioned for secretary
of toe Total Abstinence Diocesan
union of Bcranton were Patrick J Mes
sit, a member of St. John's Total Ah
stinence society, nnd 0. J Ruddy, a
member ol St. Patrick's. It nc
ceded that the tlirht would simmer
down to these two in the convention,
and no oilier aspirant for the honor
came iu the Seld, But Mr Ruddy now
retires from tbseontest and h i thrown
all lit in tl insure) 1 1 Msssit, Tne con
vention will ti hehl in Wilkes-Barra
f h rtr Paracraphi
Prom what has already been built of
tl e new bull ling of Mrs M RobiUSOU,
it is sufficient 10 predict that when
COtlipUt. il, it Wi.l OS 111 li o sl on this
The snlsrtsiomsnt of st. John' ,
dies' Total Abstinence and Beoevoleut
SOClety last Diht at St John's hall was
highly snj ysd by v.-ry Itrge audi
ence John II livine, preaiJent of
the Catiudlo Total Abstinence union,
delivered an sli qn -nt ami patriotic ad
drees i n ths cause ol lemporanoe,
Misa Katie Lewert, of Weatpfahl's
store, is snffriog from a ver cold
Two ohlldren of Charles Hoopt, of
.South Washington avenue, are very
sick, tint no'. lUugerKUsiv s i
J bn Paaabold, or tin. Hlnck Hills.
Dakota, arrived veatarday to attend the
bedsideol ins dying mother m Green-
Howell J. Brooks and Plward An-il-r-ii'.i,
ot ii.miisu J, went fishing
yesterday up tbe Spriaa li.ojk anl r
turned with Ml speckled beauties
A bicyclist running at rapid sp-el on
Cedar avenue yesterday afternoon ran
down a small hoy near River street
The youth emerged from beneath tb
wheel without even aeorsteh; but w..
so badly scared that he ooulii not tell
I DC marriage of Miss Annie Morgan.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evan l
Morgan, "f Mioooka, aud lobo Medlar,
if in lor, will take place tins afternoon
al tin, Morgan residence Rev, r
King of th- Taylor Methodist Bptsoopsl
church will psrfi rm ths eeremooy.
Tbe funeral ol L ralsa Brun , the l1-months-old
dsbgbtsr of Joseph J.
Brune, ot 043 Itiren street, was held
yesterday atternooo at I o'clock n
termenl in the Qrman Catholic clus
tery. a ' .
Da-h of T W Pedfpid
T. V Bedford, who w.-i ,,re n resident
ol this 1 1 y. snd a riul engineer of Ibe
Delaware, Lackawanna and Wsetera ra :
road, died Monday night In Washington,
I). C II. was ahroti f a. P. Bedford
li s Kit ers Amimtatsd.
Iiwcti liolsu. of 1'in'e street, employed
as a car niiiner at he Cspoass liiuie. met
with a pain' il Injarv y. -ierd iy wl.n h i e
eeasil ited the amputation uf one uf bis
DOR'I heat your carpets, Have the
Bcranton BeddlagOo. el sac ibem.
WHY DO YUU DOIT?
Why run all over the.itv laoklag for gold
dull n-wuii i nun 'r daal tencsata w.mh
ot guM in th ni- Ha-, rua will corn v,-r
. KM to it .! it v nl Kill .- ,11 tie, ru-' ' !! .
r-i ii.nr dollars gold, silver and grsea
A. W. JURI80H
I IS I I I i I v ,
for v..iir a 1 1
set tail ea
iiii Mis rim tmis
I IHIII t. r M r, I I M
Vi I I.I It V, III 10 i M. I, t Its
Wlx.l M lit tl. HPOKTIMQ
(It ii IDA
The VI' 'i lit WRUL Leads
Bicjrci . Are anas repa r ! at short
lotli Key flitlns a snectalty, litre me a rail
DON'T SKIP THIS.
HA VI ths finest line of sweaters In
town, JUSl t link of It an all w..ol
hn I sweater fur I.W all wool men's f.-nm
f'J.Ui toflO, All colors.
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building,
222 Wyoming Avenue
Ars st PrSNBl tlif Met Pojinlar smt I'rfftrrfd liy
Warsrooms : Opposite Columbus Monument,
200 Washington Av. Scranton.Pa.
TUST received large
W import order. Many
new novelties. Come
while the assortment
AND TOILET S-TS.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue
The Great Marvel ol Dental Science
A recent discovery .t:p1 the Bolt
Heraood k Wardell
DKN I IM S.
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J (i. BEAMONS JAYS ABOUT
nr. nrwMi'iii a utm , ,
After having elevva i.-.tt. rttrart4 i
one silling by tba palalese methml, I pm
aoaaa it rutlrely satlsfaelari la .-i-n
partlcalar, J, , SBAMONS
W i 5
j . . X
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 Grey Clay Worsteds,
Vicunas and Black and Blue
Custom Tailoring at
M.artiri & Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
E2KIJ." :,t;fi ream
308 Lackawanna Ave.
I IHillioory Dep
In order to mova 3tock, we have made sweep
ing reductions all around. Hats, trimmed in
tho latest fashion,
WORTH $300. WILL SELL NOW AT $1.25
WORTH 4.50, WILL SELL NOW AT 1.50
WORTH 5.00. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.93
Flower-, worth 15c, a
Sprays, worth 35c,
Sprays, worth 45c. -
g LtlCG CuTtaill De.WtlllCIt
m THK i m i. ri sr DESIOMS a
WORT11I ) Will sell now at II M, H
WORTH I ' M Will sell now atl 75 L"
WORTH f3 50 Will sell now at $275.
- A full assortment in real Point de Rensisant and Real lirussels Cur-
5 tains at leas than cost of importation Sash Cartalni in all the different rj
as Ovl T ' i
'I, f -
Oiv.ls mid" fren c9itns oM
laketl fr. ,,, Ihr h, -.' I rV. null!!-
1 faeture.1 l.y expert workmen, Rnely
woven and fast dyed, tinelv en: sin
firmly m ole, are the (rods we offer
enr customers, if r I sn.i --icht woo't
t.i ii the sriil roaelnea yen thit
fast dree re fine (sfcrles, weO -vit and
vi II made, civ., nnfio lag .itistr-tt.n.
If v ia waal to get the fee bast in
quality at fairest prices, coina to our
t.ro. It IS
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'Women's Coats and Capes
v showed you n largo collection f Capes and Jackets ut
Easter-tide. Today we have just twice as many.
Jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
M oire and Silk Trimmed.
They Fit Well, Wear Well, Look We!
The Prices are WAY DOWN:
$5.50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
The very newest and'neateat
Cloth iiiul Luce. Notice the
Jackets, Capes and Top
G-ssWss Owens Co.
CLOAK MAKBBS. SUITS AND WRAPS,
BPRVCB STitKtiT, COUltT not si 8QVABB
bunch, sell new at 5 cents
- sell now at 15 cents
- soil now at 25 cents
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are of Gro-Grain Silk, Moiro,
$9 TO $20.
Garments for Everybody;