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Patrolman Morgan United in Marriage Bech-
' told-Winebrake Nuptials Other
Events of Interest.
William 1). Moi-riim, of No. 3 Snyder
avenue, who was recently appointed a
patrolman, und Miss Annie Harris, of
the central city, wore united In mar
riage at 3 o'clock yesterday nftcrnoon
by llov. H. F. Mathews, nt the par
sonage or the First JJaptlst church on
The couple were unattended, the
only witnesses to the ceremony being
the pastor's wlfo and son. The bride
waB becomingly attired In n traveling
gown, with hat to match. Immediately
after the nuptial knot was tied, Mr.
and Mrs. Morgan left on a short bridal
trip, and will return tomorrow,
Thov will commence hotisckppnlnR
immediately In a newly furnished homo
at 25 Snyder avenue. The groom la
probably the youngest patrolmnn on
the force, but lias already demonstrat
ed his fitness for the position, and will
receive the hearty congratulations of
his friends when ho resumes duty.
Three young men, each about 17
years of age, made nn unsuccessful
attempt to burglarize the general store
of William Farrell, on Washburn
street, Monday evening. It was about
10 o'clock when the trio made the at
tempt. They bad removed a pane of
glass from the side of the building,
and were nbout to enter when John
Wright, a. driver employed by Mr. Far
rell came along and frightened them
Two of the three were recognized
and warrants will In all probability bo
issued for their arrest. For several
months past several stores In that vic
inity have been entered and several
articles taken. It Is believed that the
same parties arc responsible for these
ns "cyclone Kate" was walking up
Jackson street hill, between Ninth and
Chestnut streets, when Nora Shean, an
other well known character, came out
of a house nlong the street and broke
a beer bottle over Kate's head, Inflict
ing u deep gash In her cranium.
With the blood streaming down her
face she went to Alderman Noono's oC
llco where she swore out a warrant
for Nora's nrrcst. Kate then went to
the office of Dr. J. J. Ilrcnuaii, where
her Injuries were dressed.
At the alderman's olllco Kate said
that she had a. warrant for Nora for
stealing a dress and because of that
Noia became angry and assaulted her.
The members feel bo enthusiastic over
their success achieved ln enrolling A
very large membership In the wonder
ful short time of four months that a
social session was decided on, to cele
brate the Rood work. By nn unanimous
Vote the reception committee was In
structed to arrange n ''pig roast," and
prepare a suitable programme to spend
an enjoyable evening.
All details nro now complete nnd the
members nroj to meet at their lodge
rooms In Co-operative hull, Wednes
day evening next, to enjoy the feast.
The glee'elub recently organized, which
comprises some of the best voices In
Hyde Park will render' several .selec
tions. Hecltntlons nnd addresses will
bo features of the programme.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Mrs. Mllllccnt Wlncbrakc, of West
Lackawanna avenue, was united In
marriage Monday evening to John
Bechtold, sr., by Rev. Gallenkamp, pas
tor of the Zlon Lutheran church of
Mifflin avenue at the home of the
groom on Ninth street.
Mrs. Bechtold is well known on this
side and is the mother of Dr. Wine
brake, of West Lackawanna avenue.
Mr. Bechtold is a very well known
and popular man of this side having
lived on Ninth street for years.
Knocked Out with a Bottle.
At G o'clock last evening Mary Boy
Ian, better known in the police circles
The Bert Family Cough -Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale by
' 3 GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
James A. Evans, of North Hyde Park
avenue, received a letter from Rev. D.
D. Hopkins, pastor of the First Welsh
Congregational church, who Is Journey
ing In Wales. He states that during
the first two days of his voyage, the
sea was very rough and the passengers
were somewhat uffectcd. He wanted to
be remembered to the church nnd all
of his friends and expects to return to
his charge the second Sunday in Sep
Ellsworth Davis, of 130 Morris court,
was united in marriage to Miss Mary
Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Williams, of Rock street, at
the parsonage of the Providence Con
gregational church by the pastor, Rev.
R. S. Jones, Monday, July 2S.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis loft for a wed
ding trip to Blnghamton and vicinity,
immediately after the ceremony.'
When they return they will live with
the groom's mother, Mrs. Margaret
Davis, of 131 Morris court.
Bed Men Will Meet.
This evening, the members of Pan
ooka Tribe, No. 14, Improved Order of
Red Men are requested to meet at their
wigwam at 7 o'clock, so that the regu
lar order of business can be transacted
before the arrival of the great chiefs.
The great sachem is expected to
make his first visit to the hunting
ground of Scranton. Past Great Inco
honce Thomas K. Donnelly will bo
present and will exemplify the degree
The pipe of pence, decorated with the
colors of the fraternity will be present
ed by Groat Sachem Charles R. Willltt?.
Tribes of Indians from this reserva
tion will be present The great In
cohonce will addiess the members on
the good of the order.
Two cars conveyed the members of the
Stunner Avonuo Presbyterian Sunday
school tn Nay Aug park, yesterday, whore
their tinnunl picnic was held.
The residents of Itubcucu avenue are
constructing a sower. It will extend from
Washburn street to within seventy feet
of Price street, and will connect with
the lateral Bcwcr at Washburn street.
The members of the First Daptlst San
day school will picnic at Nay Aug park
Mt. I'lcawmt local, No. 127S, United Mine
Workers of America, will hold its regular
meeting In Co-operative hull tliU evening.
Hugh Kerrigan, formerly of North
llydo Park avenue, but now of Lake
wood, N. J., has accepted a position with
tlio I.nkowood Gns company, as superin
tendent of tho lllumlnuting department.
Mrs. John Wardcll, of North Garllcld
avenue, will entertain tho members of the
Itallrond Auxiliary of the Simpson Meth
odist Uplfcopul church, Thursday, Aug
The Bellcvuc Loyal Crusaders will meet
In the Mission Sunday school tomorrow
Rev. D. P. Jones recently married Isaac
Newton and Cot a Mengcler, both of the
central city. .
A laigo plate glass window was broken
In William C. Brunnlng's store yesterday
Tho Three Friends will conduct their
dance at Meats hall on Friday even
ing this week Instead of Saturday.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho First
Baptist church held a very important
meeting In tho assembly room of the
church last evening.
The C. R. and B. A. council, No. 15!),
held their regular meeting In Young
Men's Institute hall on Monday evening.
Of the City Council, Wilkes-
barre, Pa., Cured of
Col. Wm. J. Harvey, a president of
Wllkesbarro's city council, who will long
be remembered for his great work for the
city, was onco a mens physical wreck,
torn In every muscle und norvo from tho
frightful pains caused by rheumatism.
Ho consulted the best physicians, went
abroad, took mud baths, and nlmost
every known treatment for the disease.
A friend had had a very similar experience
and Dr. David Kennedy's Favorito Rem
edy had cured him, so he recommended
this greatkltlney medicine to Col. Harvey
and he is to-day ft well man, halo and
hearty. Ho writes straight to tho point:
Dr. David Kennedy,
Dear Sir : This Is to certify that I
was permanently cured of rheuma
tism by the use of Dr. David Ken
nedy's Favorite Remedy.
Wm. J. Harvey.
Rheumatism is but another namo for,
uric acid poisoning which is caused pri
marily by diseased kidneys. Cure your
kidneys and the rheumatism disappears.
For all diseases of the kidneys, liver,
bladder and blood, rheumatism, dyspep
sia and chronic constipation, ns well as
sicknesses peculiar to women, Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is unques
tionably the greatest medicine known to
the medical profession.
It is for sale by all druggists in the
Mow BO Oont Slsco and the regular
(1.00 size bottlesless than a cent a dose.
Sample bottle enough for trial, free by mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y.
Dr. DaTtd Kennedy') Itosc Jellr radical cure
Catarrh, Ilay Fcrer and Cold in Head. COc.
To Have a Pig Roast.
At tho last regular meeting of tho
Sons of Cambria Republican club, It
was decided, In anticipation of hot
weather, to suspend business sessions
during the months of August and September.
mbhh an km
Goes on with vim and vigor. Stocks iu all
departments are showing the effects of rapid a
selling, still, there's enough and to spare. &
1 Most of the Good Things t
Named last week are still to bs had at the Sfc
bargain prices then advertised and here is a i
1 Bargain Batch for This Week I
g Housekeeping Linens gj
The inducements in this department are many. Here's a 2?i
; single sample by way of illustration. -.
T3 .bxtra Heavy Crash Towels, sise 18x36. The best thing in tho
Ug -world for hotels, boarding houses or rough wear at home, t r
Bozen, $1.12; each. . .' 1 ()C
If fiandsosne Silkolines
,J in rich and effective color combinations, or tho subdued tints and P-
5 hues that some people prefer to the louder colorings. Pine qual-
IS ity and all this seasons designs. Goods that sold for r '
K 12 l-2c and 15c are now 1 1)C
Fancy Wash Petticoats , g
ISa (MM4.nd0 'm, B00d stron Binghams, properly cut and finished H
g with two circular flounces. Colors, ox blood, pink, blue Si
nua invenaer. A regular $1.00 Skirt, this week... VC 2!
IS Ladies' Neckwear
Xovely styles in wash fabrics, that nre now evory time thov I?
j-j loavo the laundry. Two. mixed lots that are slightly soiled. Si
5 fhVLot t 1214c Each
S avr -""' Lot 2 at 25c Eacli
' The styles nre nl.1 good, so Is the assortment,
' For Your Change
: . L.a?,es docket Bl, silver mounted or plain, in seal, walrus ffi
& or blistered leather. Black or colors. Pocket Books that t A '
jS actually sold for 2Bc and 30c, now , , . 9C
i Hose Supporters g.
,-j, All Sizes from babvhOOd to tha lnrn-PRf mnrln rm, j,.,..., SP
;- that sell always from 12 l-2c to 20o tho pair, Take your -i V &i
choice of them nil, this week for, (the pair).,.,.,.,;,.. 1 QC S
1 Fancy Belt Buckles
B The latest novelties in gun metal, gilt, etc.
Tim... - -
ij i.i.c..i ., , ?. . i o" "-" -i mu Jiuinv .
o unuuiui hbw ueas suown tnnt you cannot help y '
al1 liking on slcht. 35c and BOo Buckle fn. I .ln ?"
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1 Globe WarehOte?.!
Rev. Joseph Murphy, who has been vis
iting his mother on Jackson Htrcet, dur
liiK the p.ist month, left Monday for a
visit to Baltimore and Philadelphia. On
Auir. 13. ho will leave for Clayton, Del.,
where he has hern appointed to take
charge of a colored church.
Mrs. 1C. S. TlardenborjT and daughter,
ISuhhIo, of AVest Kim street, aro visiting
relatives nt Williumsport, Mil.
Hoy "Whitman, of South Hyde Park
avenue, l.s visiting at Lake Sheridan.
Edward and Miss Gertrude Beavers, of
Itcbucca avenue, left yesterday for New
York and Dover, N. J. '
Walter Ncely, of Bhnmokin, Is viMting
his parents on North neliecea avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Rotlcilck Jones nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Gcoi'ko Ij. Jones left Saturday
for n two necks' stay In New York and
Kev. II. A. Kinkle, of .'.21 North Lincoln
avenue, has returned from a visit at
Sam Stanford and Arthur Hoffman aro
home frum a vis-It at Harvey's Lake.
Miss Blanche Gcaly, of South Bromley
avenue, is summciing at Niagara, Wayne
Chi is. Fichler, of Swotlaml street nnd
North Bromley avenue, Is visiting Ilazle
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cartwrlirfit. of Brad
dock, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Beck, of Sumner avenue.
Miss Mary Ilarwln, of North Hyde Park
avenue, is spending lier vacation at Up
Mrs. Mannlx, of Railroad avenue, Is
spending her vacation at Buffalo and
Wilfoul Thomas, of Eynon street. Is at
Charles Carson, of Division street, left
yesterday for Buffalo.
Mrs. John Davis and family, of South
Biomlcy avenue, and Mrs. David James
and family, of North Rebecca avenue,
arc sojourning at Lake Ariel.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fairchild, of
North Main avenue, are entertaining
their daughter, .Mis. J. It. V. Hawkins,
of New York.
Miss Margaret Crawford, of North
Hyde I'aik avenue, will leave this morn
ing for Noith Sanfoid, wheio sho will
Robert llollcy, of North Bromley ave
nue, underwent an opointion at the West
Side Hospital yesterday for appondlritls,
Thomas Jeff lies, of Hampton street, is
David J. Davis, of Hampton stieut,
who underwent an operation at the West
Side hospital, Is able to bo nrouud again.
Miss Nellie Walsh, of Lafayette street,
Is spending her vacation at Atlantic City.
William Evans, of G'irlleld avenue, is
reeoveiing from an Illness.
John Davis, of Academy street, has re
turned from an extended trip In the west
John Jones, of Hampton street, has re
covered from an Illness,
Wendell Evans, of Jackson street, re
turned yesterday from Lake Winola.
Will and Modlniry Burros aro summer
ing at Lake Slieiid.in.
James Tiguo, of Jackson street, has ac
cepted a position nt Buffalo.
E. D. Jones, of North Hyde Parle ave
nuu, iu spending his vacation at Atlantic
David Williams, of South Main avenue,
has returned from Now Yoik.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Florence J. Helriegel Cashier of the
New Bank Corner Stone Laying
Tomorrow Other Notes.
Floience J, Helriegel, who was recent
ly honored by being chosen cashier of tho
new South Scranton bank, is a young
mnn of exceptional qualities and ability
which tit him for the position he has been
FLORENCE J. HELRIEGEL.
called to. Ho was born at Ransom, this
county, twenty-four years ago, and came
to Scranton with his parents when quite
Miss Mary Ruanc, of Fulton street, baa
resumed her duty as tolephonu opeiator,
after spending a tun-day vacation.
Loial No. Hli, United Mine Workers,
will meet iu Haggerty's hall this evening,
All members aru requested to lie present.
Mrs, Geoigo Constantlnu and daughter,
Lulu, of Not Hi Main avenue, mo upend
ing n fuw days at Lake. Winola.
Mrs. Fied Ytindu, of Wyoming avenue,
is visiting at LuKio Aiiel.
William JoUnlns, of Olyphaut, spent
ycstciday visiting i datives on Biick ave
nue. Misses Mary (leirlty und Lucy O'Boylo
nnd Thomas Loftus tito visiting lluwloy
Leah Chapman, of Clark's Green, has
luturned homo uflcr spending a few days
nltti her slstor, Mrs. A. G, Wheeler, of
Alex Brydoii, of Ithaca, N. Y spent
Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Solomon
Dawes, of Thioop street.
Mrs. Chailcs 'Lowlu mid daughter, Mnr
ion, of Leggett's sticnt, and Misses Es.
ther Thomas and Aaron Powell lott Mon
day morning to bpend two weeks ut Luke
Arllo Ciossmnn, of Throop street, has
returned after spending u week with Ills
giundmother ut Tnmpklnsvlllo,
MIph Doia Davis, of West Mm but
htieet, Iiub returned homo after spending
tluoo weeks at Harvey's lako,
Mrs. George W, Punish, of Plymouth.
Is vlbltlug relatives on West Market
Mr. mid Mrs. Edward Samlets mid Mr,
and Mrs. A Hofller, of Church avenue,
mo spoiidlng a week at Iiko Poyntelle.
AN OLD AND WELL-TRIED REMEDY,
MRS; WINSLOW'S SOOTHIN.a SYRUP
for children teething. Is tho prescription ol
cno of the best female physicians and
tiursea In tho United States, and has beS2
usea sixty years with neyer-ralllnc sue?
cess by millions of motheis for their chill
vi n. uuring mo process of teethlnu its
Value is Incalculable. It relieves tho child
from pain, cures diarrhoea, griping intil
,2W,lia- ""JwlnH-collc. By giving Jioaltii
to tho child It rests tho mother. Price
twenty-flve cents a bottle. '
Pays 3 interest
savings accounts whether
large or small.
from 7.30 to S.30.
A FAHMS44. Pm
iSH BALANCE ICRePflLRUKi!
. PILSNER ;
Old 'Pljone, 333i.
New 'Phone, 2935,
young and received a first class education
In this city.
After graduating from tho high school
ho entered Wood's Business college and
graduated with hotiois, after which ho
spent a year In tho Dickinson School of
Law, at Carlisle, Pa, For three years
ho whb with tho Atlantic ItellnltKr com
pany, and also served for a tlmo ns pri
vate secretary io Fianklln Howell,
When appointed ns bank cashier ho wits
engaged In tho ofllco of Internal Itovo
nuo Collector T. F. Penman.
During tho alterations, which aro nec
essary to prcpai-o tho Robinson property
for bank purpoHes, Mr. Itch-lend will ha
thoroughly Instructed In bank account de
tails at tho Lackawanna Trust and Safo
Deposit hank, under the direction of
Finnic Itummlcr. The now bank will
'open for business on or about October 1.
Numbor of Funerals.
Tho remains of Miss Annlo Pontius,
whoso denth was recorded In Monday's
Tiltmnc, wcro laid a( rest yesterday, af
ter Impressive services, which wero con
ducted by Rov. E. J. Behmldt, of tho
Church of Pence. Tho services were held
nt tho Iioiibc, r0(! Cedar avonuo, and wero
very largely nttended. Interment was af
terwards mndo In tho Plttston avenue
Tho pall-bearers wero Otto Robinson.
Vllllliim Budcnbiich, Fred Heinz und
Harry Saft. Tho llower bom era wero
doorgo Miller and Conrad Holllg.
Tho funeral of tho lato Elizabeth Gotz,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Euceno Gotz,
was conducted yesterday afternoon. Ser
vices woi o held nt tho house by Rov. Lu
ther Hess Waring, pastor of Grace Lu
theran church, nnd Interment was mndo
In the Forest Hill cemetery. Tho fu
nernl arrangements wero In charge of Un
dertaker a. A. Miller.
Another Fish Story.
George Rosen, of Cedar avenue, Is re
sponsible for the utory that a monster
fish, probably a German carp, inhnblts
the murky waters of tho Ijickawanna,
and makes his home near the Lacka
wanna brewery. Mr. R03011 stated last
evening that owing to stories ho had
heard tho past week, ho mndo 11 trip to
the spot Indicated, which Is above Pine
Brook, and about a block from tho brew
ery. On' arriving theio about 4 o'clock,
ho found others on watch, and as day
light broke they were rewarded by seeing
tho monster fish, which appeared to bo
fully six feet long.
Although several (members of tho parly
possessed shotguns all were atrald to
lire, ns they thought, by tho size of tho
animal that a cannon ball would be neces
sary to kill it. Several persons verified
Mr. Rosen's statement, that it was the
biggest ilsh they had over seen, and as
ho was serious, there Is no reason to
doubt his word. The big Ilsh can only
bo seen in the early morning hours, ns ho
lays low during the day.
Millions of Women
Use Cuticura Soap.
NUBS OF NE"JvS.
A well attended meeting of the Scran
ton Saengerrundo was held in Athletic
hall last evening.
Martin Elffeit, of Elmlrn, N. Y.. is the
guest of his brother, Henry Elffcrt, on
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam 13
guaranteed to cure nil coughs. "No cure
no pay." For sale by all dealers. '
A well attended meeting of Comet lodge
Knights of Pythias, was held in Hart
man's hall last evening.
ILLIONS of Women Use CUTICURA SOAP, assisted fey
CUTICURA OINTMENT, for preserving:, purifying-,
and beautifying1 the skin, for cleansing: the scalp of
crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping: of failing: hair,
for softening-, whitening, and soothing red, rough, and sore
hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, In the form of baths
for annoying Irritations and inflammations, or too free or offensive
perspiration, in the' form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and
many sanative, antiseptic purposes which readily suggest ( them
selves to women, and for, all the purposes of the tpilet, bath,
CUTICURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from
CUTICURA OINTMENT, the great skin cure, with the purest of cleansing In
gredients and the most refreshing of flower odours. No other medicated soap ever
compounded is to he compared with it for preserving, purifying, and beautifying
the skin, scalp, hair, and hands.. No other foreign or domestic toilet soap, how
ever expensive, is to be compared with it for all the purposes of the toilet, bath', and
nursery. Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE, the BEST skin
and complexion soap, and the BEST toilet and baby soap in the world.
Completes External and Internal Treatment for Evory Humour, $1.00.
. Consisting of Cuticuha Boai, 25c, to clcanso tho skin of crusts
7W2lTTMAn,U actios, and eoftcn tho thickened cutlclo; CUTICOTU 01NT.
liYM:NT,tSOc,, to Instantly nlluy itching, lnllnmmatlon, nnd Irritation,
5m'"nnrt eootho nnd heal; and Cuticuka Kimoi.vf.nt Pills, 20c., to
. . .j,. cool nnd clcanso tho blood. A Sinuli: Skt Is often sufficient to
Trie SOt, SSI euro tho most torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning, nnd scaly
humours, eczemas, raBhca, and Irritations, with loss of hair, when nil clso falls. 80M
throughout tho world. British Depot: 27-28, Chnrtorhouso 8q., London. French Dopot:
5 Buo do la Pnlx, Tarls. Totter Dbuo ahd Ciiem. Corp., Solo Frops., Boston, U. 8. A.
uUTIuUfm nCuDLVENT PILLS odorless, economical substitute for the cehy
united liquid Cuticura Uesolvent, as well as for nil other blood purlllcra nnd humour
Friends, at I.nko Ariel, August 21, nnd
Lawrence's orchestra will furnish tlip
An Ice cream social was held at tho
First Presbyterian church annex on Ce
dar avonuo last evening.
Miss Louise I.ohmann and Miss Bllz
aheth Lynn, left for Buffalo yesterday,
where they will spend a tw.o week's vaca
tion with relntlves.
Tho ceremonies attending tho laying
of the corner stone of the now St. Paul's
Methodist Episcopal church on Plttston
avenue will take place tomorrow (Thurs
day), tit I o'clock p. m., under direction
of 'Rev. Dr. Austin Griffin, presiding el
der of Wyoming district. Revs. II. C.
McDermott, D. D W. A. Nordt, G.
Ilouscr and other clergymen nro expected
to participate in tho cxeiclscs.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union, of Dunmorc, will meet In the par
lors of the Methodist Episcopal chinch
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every
AII,.V,,.nI T.-i.l.l. ,. . ... . . . I ""-"""- 1" 1U-.U.H;U IU UU IHL-SCHl, US
" I", f. ;. "'-v.-" .iwaiiiuu me 1 misincss or importance Is to bo
contract for catering to tho Fourteen , acted.
Mr. Hopkins, of Avocn, has returned to
his home, after spending several days
with T. F. Kennedy, on Rnoe street.
Miss Llbble Rhulo, of Wayne avenue,
loft yesterday for a two weeks' vacation
at Harvey's Lake.
Messrs. Davo Mackey and William Mc
DonouRh have returned from a success
ful fishing trip at Lake Poyntelle.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Ingrlck, of Gard
ner avenue, are entertaining f.-lends from
Miss Mabel Glsln, of Wellsboro, Pa., Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. G, Lent;
of Sanderson avenue.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Grant R. Gibson nnd chil
dren are spending a few weeks at White
Miss Edna Plttock, of Deacon street,
has returned from an extended visit -with
friends In Carbondale.
John Ingerlck. of Gardner avenue, left
yesterday for Ohio, -whore he has accept
ed a-responsible position.
Tho Green Rldgo Woman's Christian
Temperance union will meet this after
noon at 3 o'clock in tho Evangelical
church, on Capouse avenue.
, Well, here's some" things cool
iOTT m things. The Clearing prices are
down "below zero." They'll
never get any lower comfort both ways wearing
You know the styles that are fashionable
this season. You also know that a good
"Chip" or Palm Straw costs $2.00 and 2.50. This is C J ff
the kind we've put into one lot at P VFvf
$2.0 Manhattan Shirts now $1.75
2.00 Manhattan Shirts now 1.50
2.00 Air Cells Shirts now... 1.50
1.50 Manhattan Shirts now 1.15
Sho?s, $3,00, $3.50 and $4
You must expect the sizes to be
broken at this sale, but if you get
a pair to fit you, see ithe money
51.50 Shirt Waists now $1.00
1. 00 Shirt Waists now 75c
50c Stock Ties now 25c
25c Stock Ties now 19c
flanan $5 Shoes, Oijfords
We've sold quite' a few pairs,
but not all. When we have a
sale we like a clean clear-out.
Want a pair? $5.00 7
Hanan Oxfords at pJt J
'J Vs 1 .
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