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THE SCKATvTW TRIBUNE -TVfCJN PAY MOR!NTNGr. APStCi 30. 1894.
All Things Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
H1GI I GKAUli
Al l. PRICE
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
And ahvavs have
HAJCUFACTt-RFn AST) FOR SALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Co
MARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE B. NIIIWE POPIILAB
HAVE THE INITH13
B. & Co ,
fftmrlntH p-n f-noh Clfisr.
Garaey, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
Itl 1. 1 IIOUBK eJI 4KJK
DR. H. B. WARE
BPE 1 VI. 1 sr.
EYE, EAR, A-NL T1IROAX.
35 WYolNG AVE.
F. A. J'ajte, of Oneida, ii at tbe Va'lcy
A. J. Mnhnn. the Ilolievun merchant, ia
0. ii. Port), nf WOkae-Barre, was in
a. m. Mandate, of BiuluuBtoa. vwi
estenlay In tho city.
T. P. Ryder, of th Wilkrts-llarre Itaconl,
arcs in the city yesterday.
Mr. ami Mm. V. T Crane, of Chicago,
wr-re in the city yesterday.
Mrs Qaorgt Mercer, of iy pliant, visited
.Scranton friend Satnrday.
Mr. J, K. Kaynsforil. of Montrose, is
visiting friend m ilns city.
E. I'. Mitchell, of Ash street, xnt yes
lerday ivth friradain Carbonilale.
Dr. V. H McAnilrews, of the Lacka
wanna hospital, haa returned from i'hila
ddphia. V. J. Iinncen, Fred Sherwood and Q, B.
Williams, of f'erliondalo. were In the city
D. A. Mangan and William Sheridan, of
Pittaton, madnu trip to this city for pleas
Mrs. Clara Smith, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and Mrs. Lilly Drake, of Oxford, N J., are
viaitinir the family of William k. fall, at
607 Ninth street.
Miss Leah Heath will dehveran illue
trated lecture on Venice and Venetian art
this evening, at the home of Colonel II. M.
I'.o:.-, on flay avenue.
Congressman at Large Qalntha A. (Irow
arrived 111 tho city Saturday night from
his home at Olenwood, Snsinehanns
county ami departed on an early train for
11'--V. . ........,
11111 11 ' .11 jrcsii-umy morning.
Mia Jennie Kenncdv. of Pottsvilla-
Miss Ijousk a. shields, nf Wllkee Barrel
Marcns Smith, of Wilkes-lliirre- and
Harry Lem. of Shamokin, comprised a
party that spent yesterday In the elty.
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION.
Aftar Paradlnir. Will Picnic at Central
Park list I- 11
The Labor Iay celebration to take
nlace one week from to lav will begin
with a a grimd parade anil culminate In
picnic at Central Park garden. Ad
dresses will bo delivered by Jamas
Wood, of Bingbamton ; W. H. Stanton
and D. J Campbell.
E. 0. Worden, of Carpenters' onion
718, will be marsluil, and hi aid, .1.0.
Atkinson, of the Painters' union, chief
of stuff; J. .T.Morgan and M. Flaherty,
of the Typographical anion, will Lie
The parade, in which nearly all the
labor unions, of the city will partici
pate, will Htart promptly at 1 o'clock
pate over the following route: From
Linden to Washington, to Mulberry, to
Penn, to Sprue-, to Franklin, to Lack
awanna, to Eighth; eonntcrinarch to
Adams, to South Waaningtou, to Cen
tral Park garden.
New Street Railway Schedule.
ComT.encincr Mondav, April 30. the fol-
owine chanins will he made in Mm limn
.nzerno street. Wimhlmrn Swot nm mw
n y iil i nun i t,i . ,
Luerno atreot car will leave Wyoming
v.ejile .1 111 A m nrwl ..vorv lie I v niomfu.
in. i n. in.. Luen iii.uii n n i l is , rjir 1141
Taylor cars, fi.OO a. m., and every forty
I II U tt'B 00111 u.'iv ,r. ill.. Liiuii it tu nun
1 1)11 hint ear
South Bido and Greenwood, first car
leaves Franklin avenue fi.OO a. m., and ev-
0.20, 10.45 and 11.05, last car. First car
of Greenwood 0 20 a. m and every forty
nimUes until (i.20 p. in., and then U.20 and
o ir. last car.
Nay Aug Falls, 7.00 a. m.. 7.80, 8.00 and
TCI J twruuj lummco uuunu.uu iu.,uuiiu
,00. 9.00, 0.80, 10.00, and 10.40 last car.
i . . .i,..
A Foe to Dyspepsia
NEWS OMrVEST IE
Tourists to Bald Mountain Overtaken by
Severe Rain Storm
THEY PLAYED WITH MATCHES
Children Cause a Fire in the House of
Stephen Flanaghan Death of Mrs.
Jane Davis No Truth in a Reported
Marriage Meeting of the Republi
can Committee of the First Legisla
tive District Shorter Paragraphs.
The West Side office of the Noranton
lluni'NK la Located at 1040 Jackson street,
where subscriptions, advertisements and
communications will receive prompt at
tention. Two parties of young peoplo from
this side started Saturday morning on
a journey to Bald Mount When the
had traversed a goodly part of the west
mountain it began to rain aud they
were compelled to seek shelter and
abandon the iden of completing their
trip. Due party was comprised of Misses
Jessie Nanman, I la Ace. May Transne,
Enetn Stock, Emily Evans, Minnie
Holdry, Mabel ISoldrv, and Archie
Brown, ll.irry Jenkins, Charles Bold"
rey, ttertie Dolpb and David Hush. The
second wa chaperoned by Mis Pauline
Pitcher and consisted of Misses Ethel
Peck, Efflla Noton. Christine Fellows,
Hattie Coons, Katie Chase, Marion
Hutchinson, Edna Stevens, and Austin
Hutchinson, Claude Pitcher, Norwool
Pitcher, Clarence Coons. Henry Noton,
Mnx Phillips, George Hutrhinson,
Clyde Chase, Harry Stevens and Cliu
Dea'.h of Mrs. June Davis.
Mrs June Davis, a well known resi
dent of BeiUvnt, died on SittirJay af
tar an illness of several m nitbs. She
was born in Walet and had been a resi
dent of this side for many years Slio
was Iti years of age and is survived by
a husliaud and family Mrt Davis was
a woman nf sterling ipttLties au 1 a de
vout Christian Bht was loved and re
spected by all who knew her. The
funeral will occur this afternoon In
temani Will be made in the Washburn
Saturday Morning's Fire.
The alarm of fire which sonnded
from Hoi 823, at the coruer of Fif
teenth ami Loaaroa streets, at lie"
o'clock on Saturday morning, was
caused by a slight blurt in the dwell
ing of Stephen Plaaagban, The tlmes
ware lirst diaco Tared in a bedroom of
the bouse, and was burning a part of
ti e door frame A few chairs and the
carpet were destroyed befors the tUiiieg
were extinguished. Th Franklin and
Columbia eompanlai responded, but
their services were not rat) itrel. as tho
tire was put OQi with a few pails of
water 1 he tire originat d through
the Klauagliau ehildtan playing with
Jottlnea of Nwa.
Mrs W. Daniels, of Smth Main
avenue, haa r-tiirned Iroin Paraoni.
Tom Mah lle-Kun. the converted In
dlau, will be at Balvation Army this
and tomorrow eveulng and will tell the
thrilling story of his conversion aud
play his hallelujah lid lie Haj r Ha'-
piu, chief diruion i (Boar, win havj
charge of the meetings
An article appeared in the Barrla
hnrgTelegrim yaatat lay totfeaefftot
that liwilym Williami, a merabar of
the rtpottorial staff of the Kapu'dican.
and Mias (iwladya Jotejih, a very es
timable voting Udt. were wed 1-d laat
week. There i not the least truth in
John Mull-n is ill with congestion of
the lungs, at the horn of his brother.
Thomas F. Mullen, of North Sumnr
Miss Anna Morgan, of Keystone
Academy, spent Iba Babbatb with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11 r Morgan,
of North Main avenue.
T he family of David Anthony, of
North Kebecca avenue, contemplates
moving to f ilifornia in June to j no
Mr. Anthony, who has resiled there
f ir the past five years.
Amee Thomas, of F.llwool. In 1 . i
visiting at the home of Timothy Joues,
of Morris CoiirL
Miss A le Datlaa, 0f W,k-Htrre.
ia the gueat of her parents, Hv and
Mm Hugh Dance, of South Lincoln
Attorney Charles IItuhe, of New
York city, spent the stbbath with his
parent!. Rot. and Mrs. D. C Hughes,
of W arh burn street.
A meeting of thi Republican om
mittee of the First legislative district
of Lackawanna county will be held at
Clark's hall on South Main avenue to
morrow evening at H o'clock lot ths
purpose of naming a day for a OOnVtfl
lion to nominate a candidate for the
legialatOra and elect a delegate to the
Itepubllcan state convention
Mise Pearl A!vord, a yonn mis of 7
years, died on Saturday morning at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Alvord, of Luz-rno street. Tho
funeral will occur this afternoon, tier
viees will be conducted in the Ilemp
ton Street Methodist Episcopul ehurch
by Kev. A. W. Cooper. Iutermcnt in
Forest Hill cemetery.
The funeral of Thomas Monahan.
who died on Friday after a brief ill
ness, was conducted yesterday after
noon at his home on Reiser avonue.
The funeral cortege movad to St. Pat
rick's church where servirss were con
ducted by Rev. Father McNally. In
terment was made In the Hyde Park
Catholic cemetery. The pall bearers
were Domiinok McLaughlin, Tbomai
Judge, Martin Devers, Mike Brown,
Tbomai Unlberln and James Hart.
The Irish Catholic LDnevolent union,
of which the deceased was a member,
attended in a body
JOSEPH JUDGE SENTENCED.
Will Sp.nd Six years In th Eastern
Judge Edwards Imposed a sentence
on Joseph Judge, convicted lust week
of manslaughter, for the killing of
Joseph Tomnlinaa, The prisoner'
sounsul, ex-Judge Stanton ma le an up
peal in behalf of his elient, aaking that
as great nu allowance of judicial clem
ency as poiible bo extended him,
In imposing sentence Judge EdwnrJs
said that the prisoner bad been granted
a full and fair trial and that the ver
diet of the jury was an intelligent one.
He thought most or the mitigating cir
cumstances bud been taken into con
sideration by the jury. However, he
would also take into consideration all
the circnmstances of the affray that
night, and tha fact that the prisoner
was alone and friendless, and impose a
medium sentence onlv.
The aenteuoe was that Judge pay a
fine of $100, par the costs of prosecu
tion, ami undergo confinement in the
eastern penitentiary at separate and
solitary confinement for the term of
Martin McNally. who on Wednesday
pleaded guilty to robbing John Frantz
of a wateh, was sentenced to pay a fine
of $15, costs of prosecution, and under
go confinement in the oonnty jail for
the period of nine months.
In the case ot Patrick MeGuire, who
was tried on Friday for shooting
Thomas Hughes, and who was acquit
ted ou the ground of insanity. Jadge
Edwards made the following order:
The jury iu their verdict hnving found
specially that thu defendant was insane
at the time of the Oommislon of the of
fense charged in the indictment, and hav
ing declared that he was acquitted by
them ou the ground uf such insatiity,court
order nnd direct that the defendant, Pat
rick McWuire, be taken to aud confined in
the insane department of the Scranton
poor district at the hillside farm, and there
kept in strict custody at the expense of
the county of Lackawauua as long
as be shall continue to be of unsound mind
and until discharged by order ot said
court as provided by law.
The Delaware and Hudson company
is about to place two monster com
pom,, I hoisting engines in the Marvine
shaft. The cylinders are 45x00 inches.
After being "laced in position they will
lift loaded cars iu seveu xeconds from
the Clark vein to the surface, a dis
tance of -100 feet They are eqnipped
with nil modern improvements, includ
ing Corliss cut-oil slide valves. Their
total weight is thirty-two tons and thev
The Father Wliitty sooiety Las sa
lected Major J H. Duggan and Presi
dent P. T. .May to represent the society
at the twelfth nnnnal convention nf
the Catholic Total .Vbst inenoe union to
be hel l at WilketeBatre o:i May 10 and
17 Doth gentlemen will strenuously
endeaTor to obtain tha trophies won by
the Wbittys last S ptember.
Providence will soon have a superb
bnglo corps, c. Barry having under
taken to organist it. Tnere will bo
twenty yonng men in it. It will be
made up of fourteen trumpets and six
drums Barry is an expert in that lino
Be was chief trumpeter in the sixth
cavalry, United States army, for a
number of years
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mctiniro re
turned home from New York Thurs
day, after an extended wedding tour.
A party was given Miss Hattie
Thomas, of East Market street. Satur
day, in honor of her twentieth blrth
lav. Among those present were,
(irace Hendrickson, Charlotte CarWar
dine, Annie C Hese, Maggie Lewia,
Lizzie Brant, Maggie Ctwardina, Ger
tie Williams, Lizzie Thomas, Maggie
Thomas, Auuie He-se, Thomas l'oulkes,
Henry Thomas, Will L wis, John
Grief, Tbotnai Henry, Tbomai Oireut,
Mines Sunt Ii, Elward Lewis, H'-nnie
Lewia, Fred Bendriokaan. Gameeand
singing were enjoyed until a lato hour,
alter which all departed, having spent
a pleaaanl evening
Ir j ired at tha Steel MI L
John lllggina, of &U Braafe street, while
at work in the lower sti-el null yesterday
in-riling wss using a bar Wbleb slipped
from its fastening, and he was precipitate
tbrongn a window near by, fa !mg to the
ground OUttide, a distance of thirt) fisO,
head foremost. Two big gashes in bit
scalp and a badly bruised band were the
result. He walked In 1 'r J.J WaktU'e of
f ee without assistance and had bis wounds
dres.ed. He w ill uot bo able to work for
at kMat (we weeks
Scraotor.'a Iiualnaaa Intereat.
Tiic Thihi mi will aouu publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, hanking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity The edition will be bound
in book form, Uimtifuliy Illustrated with
I h- togravure views of our public bull 1
ii-ga, business b! .. sa. streets. , I ;.-e
wnb portraits of leading ritncaD. N
similar work has ever given an pual rep
resell tat k.u of Scranton s man) indus
tries. It will bean invaluable reposition
of our bualueaa resource. Sent to
per.na ontside th city. ople nf
Ibla hatiilaome work will attract
Hew coiners and be an unequalled
advertisement nf th city. The .n u
lation la mi a plan that teunot fall of giasl
reculte to tho concerned as well as th an
al large Ii. ; receutativesof Tna TkiHrsr
will rail upon Tines. Wlon lalM
are niNinrn in this iditiou and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their ratMatMM
in tin. editioo wiil pleaan I are notice at
' a ii
Ivi.n i carp-ts rteane I for n cents -r
yard by the Scranton bedding Co. a
Du F. (IliawitK, the Philadelphia apec.
lahst, baa le w returoed fioin an extended
southern trip, and may Is- consulted nt bis
parlors. No, mi Bpreee at reel, Heraatou,
Jeinple Court building, upon all acuta and
chronic diseases of men. Women and chil
dren It baa been noised about by one or
more persons that It Q rawer piiMisln-s
th names off bis cured pal ltd tat, This is
out ao. Kverythlng it strictly sacriil and
confidential, and no on patient knows
that another is being treat- I I'll- d t t
has always made Has principle a lasting
and sovoreigu one, and feels that it Is due
to every patient. Office hours, daily, w a
in, to I p. m. ; Sunday, 9 to .'.
D'Vt beat your rarpt. Have the
Scranton Bedding Oa dean them.
We are prepared to furnish business men
with first-class stenographeis by the day
or hour. Kxpert bn kkivung a specialty.
Sscranton fommerclal JuHOtMtloa, Lim
ited. CM Spruce street. e
WHY DO YOU DO IT?
Why run all over the city lis. kins- for g-obl
dollars with one hundred an I ten rents' worth
ot K"l'l 6t th -in lint you will coin mm
dote lo It it If y ui will call at tha rik-ht tUoc,
Brtag your deflare goM, silver ami poea
A. W. JURI3CH
4.1 ft v 1 ( , STI1HH1. anil ltd full value
for ynur money tu
BIOXCLI B, FIRE .RMS,
FISHING X M i . i i m
( I I l.l IIV, DOC COLLAVRg
IND GENERAL sr IH I it.
The VICTOR WBKKL Uads.
Bieyoice, tire arms, el.-., repaired at short
hoti. e. Key llltihif a slieclnlty. iiu-e me a call
We have a large assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,,
or 413 LACK A. AVE,
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until midnight.
NOTES fif SOUTH SIDE
Twentieth Ward Property Owners
Favor of a Sewer District.
A VERY ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING
Councilmen Are Instructed to Pro
ceed as Fast as Possible The Dor
Returned to Mock tho Marksman.
Pedestrian Party to Bald Mount.
Injured at the Steel Mill-Death of
Mrs. Caffrey Shorter Paragraphs.
The meeting in Dr. Mauley's lull on
Friday night gave proof that the peo
ple of tho Twentieth ward are pro
gressive. They are decidedly in favor
of sewering tho ward, and an intelli
gent disenssion of the cost and feasible
way of laying the main pipes was de
bated. The South Side board of trade
has assumed the task of preparing the
citizens of tho Eleventh, Twelfth, Nine
tsenth and Twentieth wards to meet
the labor and expense of sewering tliis
seotiou, and it lias made splendid pro
gress. Hut the meeting mi Kriday
night Wag under tho auspices of Cottn-
atinen Council ami battle. Thejr
wished to know where their gonitis
tuelits wore at, so to apak, that the
knowledge woiil 1 Hiiape their course in
any atept that nay iu future betaken
ou the subject. Tno property holders of
the Twentieth ward g ivo ample s.itis
faction at tho meeting that MW0N cm
not coma any to quick It is now in
order for the citiz .,s of the other wstdi
ol tie- South Side to follow suit.
Th D"e fame Park.
Christian Kickns, proprietor of the
Nay Aug House on Cedar avenue, was
preeetitad with a beautiful Spaniel pup
about ten vears ago n the course of
natural development the pup grew into
a very wise and faillifu1 dog. Ills in
stinct was remarkable, lie could act
the soldier and shoulder his musket or
stand nn his hind legs. These are bu'
a few of the many things the dog c mid
do. Hut about three years ago the
poor creature lost his eyesight, anil
accordingly he was no use to him
self or tbe world. Still bis master
fed him and gave him even many lux
urlcc Last Saturday. I.unvv. r, was
tiie date set as the day of the doe's
death Mutz Schneider, one of Mi
Kick us' close friends, was appointed
lord high IXeeUtloner, He acrentel
t'.e disagree ible talk and to k th M
nine to the woods, linng two bullets
through the dog's bead, aud to be ante
of th- work, be buried the dead body
b- tieath a belli of ItOUCC, The rer
next iy the dog came back and be
will Bud a home with hi m ister until
he dies a natural death,
CYndaneed T. plr
Mua Mamie N'alliu, of the telephone
exchange, is seriously ill at her loui
tw lliver street.
Jamie Davenport and wife, ofSh
taoklu, are visiting relatives on Br k
A T. I) -ti l. of (iraonwood, Vint I
in Hloouisbnrg Saturday
i here will be a meeting of the an lit
ora of Lackawanna toimikip tOOight
Th meeting to organize a foot hall
team will be hld this evening in ( twei,
Walsh s barber shop 00 H utu Waah
The tardineti observed In the tpced
with which the William C munll Hc
company reached recent tire her of
lata Is not the fault of the meuiUr-.
than whom no nn. re attentive firemen
can be f UOlL The hre curt is loo
heavy for the horse no w use , that ta
tt." simple reason The appropriation
"' . 1 p.iastd una time .. f. r ll.a
purchase f a hots fortius romp my
cannot be expended too coon.
1 he regular monthly meeting uf the
South side tK.ard of trade will be helj
Ii morrow night
Mrs. Mlobaal Otffrey, ol M l'rosiirt
avenue du d yeaterd yy inoriiing of a
short illneae The funeral ha not
Ik-.ii arranged definitely, but wi'l
likely take place torn rr w aftern. oi
a L. Dnaleavy, the Ce.iar aveoot
hotel keeper, is aerini.aly ill nf kidney
trouble and hit phvsistsn. 1 r. Walsh,
feara he cannot recover
A party of young people, nn lr the
Invitation ! Miss Kile K Honalio. ,,f
Btoni avenue, journeyed to Maid UoOOt
TATLOrV-AI Hcrentot, April ML Nellie
in ace Taylor, daughter of William II.
and Nellie i i. Taylor. Intertu-iit Priv
We open today 50 dozen
Ladies' Fast Black Hose,
"Hermsdorf Dye,' full reg
ular made, 25 cents a pair.
50 dozen Children's Fa3t
Black, seamless and double
knees, all sizes, 17 cents a
These are undoubtedly
the best value ever offered
in Hosiery FINLEY'S.
DON'T SKIP THIS.
W I. HAVE the fined line of tweeters In
Iowa .lust think ot IU an all wool
hoy's sweater for tl VI; all wool men's fi-um
ItOO to t&to, All colora
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
222 Wyoming Avenue
Are at frcx-nt Hie Mit Popnlar ami I'rofcrrM ,j
Wardrooms: Opposite Columbus Monument,
205 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
TUST received large
U import order. Many
new novelties. Come
while the assortment
AND TOILET SFTS.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
OILS AND OLIVES
HE FINEST IMPORTED.
TEAS AND COFFEES
PULL LINE OF TIIK BEST
FERRIS HAMS AND BACON
Hiicceeaor to A Ook imii,
427 LACK i WANNA AVE
ii i i.i s i i 1 1 1 1 i: 1 1 1
COLLINS 8c l-HACKETT
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
Duniapjwoinen's Coats and Capes
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
Martin & Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
'1 mbms, caeca wmmbbtjmi Wm
M)S Lackawanna Ave.
new lot of HATS just
1 K1MH1SD HATS, worth
i ki.mmi.Ii HATS, worth ll M .
TRIMMED HATS, worth i) 00
TRIMMED II ATs, worth ih.iii)
and Mis3C5' Spring Jackets and Ladies' s
Capes in enules3 variety. 'r.
Nottingham Cnrtaioa, worth S 50, for. .
NottiBghaat Cnrtalot, vrortb $8 JO, for..
Nottingham Cnrtaioa, worth lio, fcr
PolotDi Renalaanee, worth fJi, for....
Rati Broagala, worth 00, r
All 3ty!es in
f ; J Where the ?cVv
i fcl '' !'f"1, ': mint wo-A JmbS- ,- JS
o Uy tk-n frrm it- shiep's back, mai (fe 7rt-,T
f , TT I ' v '"'fP. 'f -.Jrf
r vr'f .."S.;' f
G , -t'" nircn.tero.-ra If f. -el ami . V'!! (ST
Mn k. 4 '"' rar 'I' ' ' AJFf T&Z.'
) I feat il) .-a c n fll . ' jfl $ar tlCV -
l I j . t i -'. Js H.-"..
V' x ' 1 If TOO want to jft the vr Issst 'n""' 't
V j i i falrect r -rt ie ' -7
K Good Clothes zFLt sT i
W o showed you a 'aipe collection of ("apes and Jackets at
Kuster-tida Today wc have just twice as many.
Jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
Moire and Silk Trimmed.
They Fit Well. Wear Well. Look
The Prices arc WAY DOWN;
$5.50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
The very newest nnd neatest
(.'loth and Lace. Notice the
Jackets, Capes and Top
Gr. W. Owens &. Co.
CLOAKMAKKKS, SUITS AND WRAPS,
BPRtiCB BTRBBT, COU11T HOUSE SQUAHE.
, . . OUR PRICE, 25c
. .Our price, $1.55
. . uir price, S 1. 50
. i i r price, $4.75
. . our price, $9. 25
are of Qro-QntlQ Silk, Moire,
$9 TO $20.
Garments for Everybody.