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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1902: .
, BAER LETTER
MANY AND VABIED WERE TCHE
Coal Men, Strikers and General Pub
lic, However, All Agree That It
Means the Operators Do Not Pro
pose to Tolerate Any Outside In
terference Mino Workers' Official
Makes the Comment That the Op
erators Talked in the Same Strain
During tho Last Strike.
President Unci's Hlittctncnt was tho
one exclusive strike topic discussed
hereabouts yesterday. Many mid varied
were tho comments made by both sides
find neutrals, but practically all were inability to hold urine- and the necessity
nm-Ml on one thine and that was that ?t getting up a numoer o umcs.urng
Till WITH YOORHIH
Is like Playing with a loaded
Gun. If you have Kid
ney Trouble attend
to it at once.
It is easy to tell whether your Kidneys
or bladder arc diseased. Take a bottle or
glass tumbler and fill it with urine. If
there is a sediment a powder-like sub
stance aftcrstanding a day and night, if
it is palo or discolored, ropy or stringy,
there is something wrong with the Kid
neys. Other sure signs of disease are a
desire to urinate often, pain in the back,
or if your urlno stains linen.
There is no question that Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is tho best
and surest medicine in tho world for dis
eases of the Kidneys, Liver, Bladder and
Rlnnd. Rheumatism. DvsneDsla. Chronic
Constipation, and the sicknesses peculiar
to women. It rfuickly relieves nnd cures
the statement meant no third parly
could effect a settlement of the strike.
Most of the prominent mine workers
were out of town yesterday, and the
fuw who happened In at headquarters
were not disposed to speak at length on
Orgnnlzer Henry Collins, of Carbon
dale, said he hadn't read the statement,
lint was satisfied that, when ho did
mad It, he would find It simply a repe
tition of what tho operators have been
saying from the start. "By the way,"
queried Mr. Collins of the interviewer,
"does Bacr say anything about the
Lord renewing his commission V"
Organizer llemelo, a young Italian
miner, said: "Those were strong utter
nnecs of Mr. Haer. but not a bit
stronger than the utterances they made
just before the close of the 1900 strike."
MITCHELL WILL ANSWER.
Executive Committeeman Henley did
not want tn discuss the statement. Ho
contented himself by saying that Mitch
ell would answer it and successfully
combat Baor's every statement.
Organizer Schlosscr said he could not
see that the statement contained any
thing new. "It Is the old argument of
the operators," said he, "worked over
in new language. It Is put forth at
this time, of course, to give notice
again that it Is to be a fight to a llnlsh.
We have been satisfied for a long time
that it Is to ho a light to a finish, and
aie ready for it. The men want a fight
to a llnlsh."
Superintendent Rose, of the Dela
ware and Hudson coal department,
said: "If I was n striker, 1 believe I
would feel a bit discouraged about this
time. The mino workers threatened to
strike and the operators were not
owed. They struck and still the oper
ators remained linn. The calling out
of tho pumpmen, a blow which they
mi Id would be fatal, was struck, but It
pi oved ' unavailing. A general strike
was threatened, but it fizzled out. .Mor
gan's return fioin Europe was heralded
as a sure ending of the struggle, but
Morgan would not Interfere.
WKIIE HAD PROPHETS.
"Finally, the politicians announced
the strike would surely end In two
weeks and proceeded to interfere with
a view of ending it, but did not suc
ceed in getting the operators to retreat
from their position. Mr. Eacr's state
ment of today tells what can be ex
pected from politicuns' Interference.
How many moie such disappointments
the strikers can stand for is tho ques
tion. To my mind they ought to real
ize by this time that they can expect
nothing except blasted hopes to eventu
ate from the Interference of third par
ties, and that the operators mean what
they say when they declare they will
never budge from their original posi
tion. Eighty-five per cent, of the miners
of this region want to go back to work
and would go bade If they were free
The Marvine colliery of the Delaware
and Hudson company, which resumed
Tuesday and shut clown Wednesday,
started up again yesterday. The re
built Hellovue washery of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western com
pany Is scheduled to resume operations
this morning. The work of rebuilding
the burned C'apouso washery Is being
rapidly pushed to completion.
CONFERENCE AT WILKES-BARRE.
The conference between President
Mitchell and the district presidents and
secretaries, which began Tuesday at the
headquarters In AVIlkes-Barre. ended
last night. District President NIcholls
the night, and puts nn end to tho scalding
pain when passing urine.
, Tho Rev. Henry P. Miller, pastor Bap
tist Church, Spartanburg, S. C, writes:
" For years I suffered with Kidney,
liver and heart troubles, swimming
in the head, dull headache and numb
ness of the limbs. Physicians pre
scribed for me and I took different
medicines, but none of them did me
any good. But Dr. David Ken
nedy's Favorite Remedy cured mo
in about two weeks."
It is for sale by all druggists in the
Now SO Oent 310 and the regular
$1.00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sam f If bottlttnougk for trial, frtt iy mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y.
Dr. Dwld Ktniwtfy't Wirm tyrue, moat effective
modiclneof the kind, known. 25c. Druggists.
and Secretary Dempsoy returned home
last night, but had nothing to give out
regarding the conference, other than
that It was to review the situation. Sec
retary Dempsoy stated that President
Mitchell will Issue a statement on the
The strike can continue foiva couple
of months longer without concern to
tho employes of the Mt. Pleasant col
liery. The company has started to re
place the old studding of the shaft and
at least six weeks will be required to
complete the work.
A large force of men Is at work at
the West Ridge colliery making repairs
and cleaning up falls. There Is a pos
sibility that the company will begin
cutting nnd preparing coal at this col
liery before many days.
A big mass meeting of strikers was
held last night at Throop. Addresses
were delivered by State President Hugh
Frayne, of the American Federation of
Labor: President John H. Devlne, of
the Central Labor union: Organizer
Anthony Schlosscr, of tho United Mine
Workers, and others.
' TRIED TO SHOOT HIM.
John Hladauch, of North Scranton,
was held in $500 bail yesterday by Al
derman Kasson, on the charge of at
tempting to shoot Charles Berry, an
employe at the Marvine colliery, Aug
ust 26. Berry claims that while walk
ing home from work at night, he saw
two men hiding in the bushes. They
fired at him five shots, none of which
took effect, and he then rushed at them
and while Hladauch got away, held Joe
Ledoskey. The men were held In ball
the following day, on the charge of dis
orderly conduct and Hladauch was
committed to the county jail. Berry
subsequently found a revolver on the
ground, where the shooting had oc
curred, and with this as evidence swore
out the second warrant.
Concerning Amateur Photographers.
Mr. Hough, of Eastman Kodak com
pany, will demonstrate the latest fea
ture In photography. The Daylight De
veloping Machine, Saturday, September
6, afternoon and evening.
Florer & Brooks,
520-322-524 Spruce street.
D., X. & W. BOARD FOB TODAY.
The following is the make-up of tha
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
board for today:
FRIDAY, SEPT. 5. 1!K2.
T.xtras East 11.30 a. ni Blsblng.
Summits West S a, m Nichols.
rusners 7 a. m Wldner; S a.
Houscr; ll,4r, n. m., Moran; 7.30 p.
Murphy; 'J p. m., W. H. Bartholomew
Helpurs 1.30 n. in., Mngovein: 7 a. m.
Gaffney; 10 a. m Secor; M7 p. m., Stan
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BARGAINS IN ZGkUlUUSJ U iVJ-a-UrUC
The pieces offered are odd pieces ftom stock, that reguires replenishing.
You rnay make a selection from bookshelves, hanging bric-a-brac cabinets
taboureftes, India seats and foot stools; none worth less than $1.50, while many
pieces of the furniture mentioned sell regularly for as much as $3. o
Your choice of the entire line at one remark- XMC9
able price t -LV
tvmg0&2&iit wumm mwupwiHt)t$&?fr
Wll Street Jtsritw.
Now York, Sept. 4. Partly ns a rcslilt
Of tliu lllirrv III call inniiev wlili'li Inanoil
as high as 8 per cent, and for other po
tent rtinsoiiH the stock market today de
veloped a distinctly li regular tone. Be
foio tho closo of tho morning session,
more or less weakness was shown In u
number of tho speculative issues, namely.
Heading, Pennsylvania, New York Cen
tral, Union Pnclllc and Southern rail
way. Those and other less prominent
stocks fell to a level generally lower
than yestci day's closing pi Ices, Much of
tho selling was of a character technically
known an "good" and In conservative
quarters tho opinion pievallcd that the
pace of the early week had been to fast.
Trading In tho forenoon was again very
heavy, but tho day as a whole was less
ncllvo and more circumscribed In dis
tribution of business. Tho feature of tho
opening was the strength and activity
of tho United States Steel common. Pur
cIuihcs of tho stock were on a large scale
and resulted in u substantial advance,
but tho full Imprmement was not main
tained. The move In Steel common was
presumably based on Its strength in Lon
don from which center good buying vns
reported for American Interests. Total
sales for tho day, 1,123,0X1 shares. Ilnll
road bonds continued very active and
irregular. Total sales, par value. $l,!)'ir.
000. United States old and now -Is regis
tered advanced ?i per cent, on tho last
Tho following quotations are furnished
The Tribune by Hnlght & Frcose Co.. 314
315 Mcars Building. W. D. Runyon, man-
Amal. Copper' ...
-Am. r. & -
American lee ...,
Am. S. & n. Co
American Sugar ,
Bait. & Ohio
Brook. It. T
Open. High. Low.Closo.
.. i;Ti liii-f, KSV6 t'S
r.ts; a i4 si
Canadian Pacific ....UHl
1 1 .-.',&
ONE DAY ONLY.
Clies. &. Ohio r,7'4
Chicago & Alton ... 43'4
Chic. & G. AV aifc
C, M. & St. P IRS
C., B. I. .t P MlVi Ml',!: 191
uoi. i uei ,t iron.... win
Col. & Southern .... T,
Col. & South., 2d Pr. r.2i
JJOI. ti MltU 1X04
Ben. & R. G IT4
Ben. & R. G Pr.... my.
Detroit Southern .... 21
Uric. 1st Pr 71V.
Krle. 2nd Pr .'.7
Itocklng Val!e ....101
Illinois Central 172?;
Iowa Central Wi
Kan. City & South.. 3S'i
Louis. Nash 1.VP4
....1li7' t, 3 C.TVfe
. ... 77'4 77Vi
Jtet. St. Rv
Mo., K. & Tex ..
Mo K. ,i T Pr
N. Y. Central ...
Norfolk X- West
Ont. & West ....
Pacific Mall ....
Penna. R. R
People's Gas IO11I4
j-resseu ateei car..,, fil",
Itcndlng, 1st Pr ..
Reading, 2d Pr ....
Republic Stenl ....
Republic Steel. Pr
St. L. fr Snn F ....
St. L.. So. W
Southern Pacific .
Southern R. R ....
Southern R. R.. Pr
Tenn. Coal & Iron.
Texas Pacific ..
Tnlon Pacific ....
I'nlon Pacific. Pr.
1". S. Leather ....
T. S. Leather, Pr
IT. S. Steel
I'. S. Steel, Pr ...
Western I'nlon ...
Wheel. & L. 13 ...
Wis. Central .. ..
Total sales. 1,117.000 shares
money, , per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN & PROVISION.
Pays 3 interest qn
savings accounts whether
large or small.
from 7.30 to 8.30.
n.nVii h iT. !
large white, 9Ja9c. Kggs-Firm; state
and Pennsylvania, 21a22c.: western can
dled, 20a21c; western iinraudlcd, 17a20c.
. .. -2
9 Hi 97
Onen, ITIch. Low.
Chicago Grain market.
Chicago. Sept. 4. Grain trade was of
an irregular and haggling natuio today.
Yesterday's nriecs boomed on tho ex
pectation of frosts, but today when tho
Irosts were reported prices tended toward
recessions because the frosts were not
bard enough and because warmer weath
er might bo near. Theie was good sup
port in wheat for a tlmo by a big clo
vntor house which helped near futures
somewhat. Crop prospects, however,
worked against prices for now grain and
at tho close September wheat was c.
up; December, ',4ac. down; September
corn. c. higher; December, c. lower;
September oats, 940. lower; and December
oats, c. off. Provisions closed 2Ue.
higher to Dc. lower. Cash quotations
closed as follows: Flour Steady; No. 2
spring wheat, 73c; No. 3, G9c: No. 2 red,
72a73e.; No. 2 corn, (3c.; No. 2 yellow.
; No. 2 oats, 29a30c; No. 2 white. ;
No. 3 white. 33a37c; No. 2 rye. G0c; good
feeding barley, ; fair to choice malting,
fiOaCSc.; No. 1 flax seed. $1.41; No. 1 north
western, J1.45; prlmo timothy seed, $4.r0;
mess pork, per barrel, J18.70alC.7ri; lard,
per 100 pounds. J10.3jiilO.40; short ribs,
J10.15al0.25; shoulders, 8a9c.; short clear
D.SO 9.80 9.S0 9.S0
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
Onen. High. Low. Closo.
September 8.70 8.70 R.fi2 8.f,3
October 8.70 8.70 S52 R,r,2
December S.U2 8.U2 S.liJ S.4G
Lace Curtain Stretcher.
This Lace Curtain Stretcher can be adjusted for any
size curtain, .from the smallest door size to the largest
lace curtain. V It is 4 yards long and 2 yards wide, com
plete with pins. Has the steel plate joints, with thumb
screw fastenings. A useful article for any home. Don't
fail to have one for your Fall house-cleaning.
322 Lackawanna Avenue. .
The Store That Saves You Money."
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Far of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co.. Pr
County Sav. Bank & Trust Co
First Nat, Ranis (Carbondnlo).
Third national Bank 550
Dlmo Dep. it DIs. Bank soo
economy l... ti. at r. uo
First Natloaal Bank 1300
Lack1. Trust & Safo Dep. Co , 193
Clark & 8110 ver Co.. Pr 123
Scranton Savings Bank 500
Traders' National Bank .,,.., 223
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co 123
People's Bank , 135
Scrnnton Packing Co
Scranton Passenger Railway,
first mortgage, uuo 11120
People's Streot Railway, first
mortgage, duo 191S ,,
People'H Streot Railway, Ocn-
cral mortgage, duo 1921
Sciauton Tine. Co., ti per cant.
Economy L., II, & P. Co.,,,,,
N, Jersey & Pocono Ico Co....
Consolidated Water Supply Co
Scrnnton "Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by H. O, Dale, 27 Lacka. Avo.)
Flour J 1.40.
Butter Fresh creamery. 23c: fresh
Cheese 11 al 2c.
KBBnNe.ii by, 22VjC,; western. 21c.
Marrow Beans Per bushel, J2.35u2,40.
Green Pens Per bushel, JJ.25.
Onions Per bushel, 90c.
Now Potatoes Mo per bushel,
New York Grain and Produce Market
Now "York, Sept 4, Flour-Dull but
fairly steady, AVIieat Spot steady; No,
2. red, 7714c clovntor; No, 2 red. 7li!c
f. o. b. allo.it: No. I northern Duliitli,
bOMe. f. o. b. afloat: options closed Uuu.
not lower; May, 75c. ; September, 73Tic;
December. 73Sc Corn Spot steady; No.
2, Wic. cloyator nnd o9?iu, f, o, b, alloat;
options, September closet ic up on
manipulation but other mouths Ua$ic. net
lower; May closed 4t?ic: September,
(j7V$c: December. 48',ic Oats-Spot easy:
No, 2, 3li$c; No. a white, 37c; truck
mixed western, 3.'Kn3IVic,i tuifk while,
35a42c; options eased oft moderately with
corn; May closed 36c.; October, 3Uc;
Deccmbor closed 3Jc Butter Firm;
creamery. 15al9',te.i do. factory, JSalSUe.i
jenovnted. H',iaI7c; Imitation creamery;
14al6c: statu dairy, 15alSVic Cheese
Qulot but steady; now stuto full cream,
small colored ftinev. lu-tSiilrti.f.c mm. 11
white, 10)ialuic; Jaigo colored" UftaSjic;
Buffalo Live Stock Market.
Bast Buffalo, Sept. 4. Cattle Receipts,
4S: unchanged. "Veals Receipts, 28; firm;
tops, J7.50as; fair to good, JC.50a7.C0; com
mon to light, $5a(i; grassers, $3.50a4.25.
Hogs Receipts, 2,500; trade slow; SalSc.
lower on all grades except pigs which
were stronger; heavy, $7,75a7.80; mixed
packers, $7.C0a7.70: pigs. $U.90a7: few fancy,
$7.05; roughs. 6aG,50; stags. $5n5.50; grass,
$G.75a7.45. Sheep and Lambs Receipts,
2,404; lambs, steady. 10c. higher; sheep,
steady: lambs. J5.25a5.50; fair to good, $5a
5.25: culls to common, $J.50a4.50: yearlings,
$4a4.25; wethers. $3.73a4: sheep, top mixed.
$3.25a3.50; fnir to good, J3a3.25: culls to
common, $1.75a2.73; ewes, J3a3.25; Can
f BASE BALL. )
At Boston (first game) R.II.E.
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 2
Boston 0 100 0000 1 7 0
Batteries Chesbro and Phelps; Plttlng-
er and Moran. Umpire O'Day.
Second game (9 Innings; tie; darkness),
Pl.ttsburg t 00 000000 00 li a
Boston 00000000 00 3 3
Batteries Leaver and Smith; Malarkey
and Klttrfdgc. Umpire O'Day.
At Philadelphia R.II.E.
St. Louis 0 0 0 Of) 0 0 3 3 9 8
Philadelphia 3 0 1 t 2 2 0 0 12 15 3
Butteries Yorkes and O'Neill; Dugle
by, Fox and Berry, Umpire Brown, V
At Brooklyn ' R.II.E.
Chicago 00 0 I 000 001 ; o
Ul'OOKiyil o o o u 0 0 0 0 0 o 2 1
Batteries Hardy and Kllng; Donovan
and Latimer, Umpire Emslle,
At Now York R.II.E.
Cincinnati 0 0 2 0 0 110 04 u a
New York 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 0313 2
Batteries Poole and Rergon; Cronlu
and O'Neill. Umplies Latham and Irwin.
THE NEW DISCOVERY
2.13-327 Pcnn Avenue.
Aud other $i.o Shirts re
$ 1 .00.
412 Spruce Street.
., 435 o 4S.S
N, seventn St.
Old 'Phone, 3331
New 'Phone, 2935,
. Scranton, Pa,
At Chicago (ilrst mime) R.H.U,
Rostou 0 0 00 000 1 0 1 10 1
Chicago 0 1 0:1 0 1 1 0 li 8 a
liatterles Hughes and Warner; Piatt
and MeKarlaud. 1,'mpiie Caruthers,
Second game R.II.K.
Rostou .,,, 0 0 0.i:i4 0 1 011 II J
Chicago 0 10 U00 0 00-1 ii t
Ilattciles Dlneen and Crlgcr; Qrlflith,
McMacklu and Mcl-'iirlanii. Umpire Cu
vutheis. At Cleveland n.nw
Raltlmnro 0 1 0 1 0 0 u a 0 s U 1
Cleveland 0 0 3 4 0 0 04 7 It 4
Uatterles-Ilelsman and Smith; P,oblni
son, LiuitUioom, Jlooro mid Uemls. Um
At St, Louis R.H.13.
Washington 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 a S 3
St. Louis ,.,,..,'' 1 00 3 00 3 9 pi i
Rattcrles-Canlck nnd ' Claik, IJoylo;
Powell and Kahoo. Uini'lres-Johnstono
At Detroit It. U.K.
Philadelphia. 13 0 0 0 2 0 0 4-1318 a
Detroit ..,,, 0 00000010410 7
Uattorles Wadtlcll, Mitchell and
Schrcckcngost; McCarthy and lluclow,
A few days can bo pleasantly spent
In a trip to
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Washington, D. C
At Worecstcr-Jersoy City games post
At Providence Providence. 3; Now
At Uuftalo Buffalo, 1; Toronto, 2.
At Rochester Rochester-Montreal gamo
Steamers sail dally except Sunday
from Pier 20, North River, foot of
Uench street, New York.
Tickets, Including meals and state,
room accommodations, $s.00 one way,
$13,00 round trip, and upwards.
Send stamp for Illustrated book.
OLD DOMINION STEAHSHIP CO,
81 Beach Streot, New York, N. Y,
II. B, WALKER,
Tiafllo Manager, J, J, BROWN,
General Passenger Agent.
Successors to Machine Business oj
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
nd Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mlnlnc
Machinery, Pumpj. '
JONAS LONQ'S SONS j JONAS LONQ'S SONS.
The First Friday Bargain
Day in September.
SALE WO. 1 Begins Promptly at 2 O'clock.
In the Basement
At c Sale of Individual Glass
Fruit Saucers, Table Tumblers, 4-inch
Flower Pot with Saucer, Sink Brushes,
Dish Mops. Choose from this splen
did combination any item for i
At 'Mc. Combination sale of Mason
Fruit Jars, one-quart size; Mason Jar
Kubbcrs. one dozen: Steel Enamel Pie.
Plate. This is the lime vou can buv Fruit lars at less than
anywhere else in this citv. Either item today i
At inc. A combination sale of steel, blue nnd white tip Sauce PanB,
steel white Knamel Wash Basins, eight-quart Mills' Pans, Stoneware
Nursing Bowls, decorated cup, Plato and Saucer. Any of these t b
items wanted for only IJC
A1 rp-. Combination 'sale of steel grey Enamel Foot Tub, one-burner
Oil Stove, blue and white steel enamel Preserving Kettles, 17- ae
quart Dish Pans. Any of these valuable articles today at. each "C
At 49c Combination sale of steel blue and white Berlin Kettles, with i
cover, size r. quarts; line China Salad Bowls, 16-quart stoneware AC
iuiAiiiK iwwiB ami n goou eeciar vasl Tub. Choice of items for...
At HOc Steel blue nnd white Berlin Kettles find Sauce Pans, with
enamel covers. These two Items that you may choose are not en
only useful, but very cheap ut to-day's price. Each JVC
At 6.1c Sab of steel blue and white Berlin Kettles and Sauce Pots,
with enamel covers, size 8 quarts. Actually worth a third more B-
than today's low price OoC
At 79c Sale of Galvanized Wash Boilers, with covers. Choose -it
either size, Nos. 8 or 9, for JVC
Groceries! Groceries! Groceries!
Sale of Spices This is very opportune. Pickling Spices, Stick Cinna
mon, Black Pepper, Mustard Seed,' Allspice or Ground Mustard. 1?
For one hour today buy any ot these wanted spices at, per pound.. OC
Sale of Vienna Cocoa Pure and wholesome article; very refreshing
and strengthening. For one hour Friday buy a half-pound tin t e
This Is a peculiar brand
excellent qualities el
Sale of Marseilles White Soap Large bars.
and hardly needs any comment of ours on Its
ior an uses. Today, a cake....
hale of fcugar The best American Granulated. Sold for hour only at
il- i nun actual cose. Xjinut, 20 pounds to a customer. Today
buy 10 pounds for .-..;
Sale of Cider or White Vlnegar
mlnutcs toduy buy u gallon for....
-Guaranteed pure. For sixty
IT' 5f ul
A ft1 sJy
SALE NO. 2 Begins Promptly at 3 O'clock.
Sale of Hassocks, on the Third Floor
Covered with Wilton, Axminster and
Brussels carpets. Small, medium and
large size. A convenient articles to
rest your feet on. This lot arc a little
shop worn, and market values are 50c.
to $1.50 each. Choose from lot, no
matter what the former price
was and pav only OC
Combination Sale of Wash Rag and Soap The wash rag is cut from
good Turkish toweling; has fast edges and priced at lie. The soap Is the
celebrated Falrbank's Tar Glycerine Soap and sells for Be. Buy
these two Items today for "
Sale of Chairs, on tho Fourth Floor A good hard wood kitchen chair,
shaped and Indented seat: double stretcher under stock: heavy carved
panel back; wedge posting. Has a double coat of varnish. At
any other time, COc. nplece. Friday hour
Sale of Tablet and Pencil This combination will please the school
children. This is the regular "Varsity" tablet and sold for 5c. each. The
pencil Is the famous Dixon brand, and sells for i"c. Friday buy er
them both for the price of one article. This Is a school time offering ''
Sale of Comforts This Is the lime of year to begin to supply your
bed clothing for the cold nights that will be sure to come. This is cer
tainly n special good thing. The sin.' Is 72x72: the covering Is a fancy
sllkoline, caught or tied with Zepror Tarn; the filling Is clean white cot
ton. No shoddy. No waste. Prepared by a special process In one sheet.
Light and Huffy. Usually marked at $1,23. This sale buy It an
Sale of Boys' All-Wool Knee Pants, on the Second Floor Heavy and
medium weight; good dark patterns. Navy blue, gray and mixtures.
Have Excelsior waist band. Seams are taped; guaranteed not to a-ip
rip; sizes, 3 to 15 years. Priced for this hour Friday tn.
Sale of Women's Fast Black Drop Stitched Hose Lisle llnlsh, seam
let's, double heel and toe. A splendid alue for 17c. n pair. Frl- t .
day hour a pair ' ,kl
Sale of 2.000 Yards of Cotton Toweling Blenched ana unuiencnea; a
crash. Very des rab e for all k tc hen uses: l. incites wiue; rnsi
selvedge and llrmly woven. Friday, a ard
SALE NO. 3 Begins Promptly at 4 O'clock,
Sale of Men's Half Hose Seamless,
double heel and toe. Plain black,
brown, and fancies. Regular 12Jk.
pair. On sale Friday, near Wyoming
avenue entrance. Now, Mr. Man, lis
ten I The price drops away
down. Three pairs for 2iDC
Sale of White Goods Pookfold In
dia linen. There isn't much to be said
about a white woven fabric, except in this instance the weave is
very even, the cloth sheer and the usual price l.ic,
Fridav, a yard
Snlo of Women's Kcru Itlbbed Vests Wlmr sleeve, taped neck, shaped
body; medium weight, and a regular JIU eminent. Priced nt a oep
marvelous reduction. Friday buy four jmli icr S1,
Sale of .Men's Fine Bibbed Shir ts--A fine quality cotton Is this gar
ment. All sizes; double wrist band; llnlshed sleeve cuff; good OQr
length, On sale near Wyoming avenue entrance. Each at.,.,,.... y
Sale of nibbou This line of rtlbhons on sale today Includes besides
tho plain Taffotu, lot of fancy stripes, Colors aro pink, blue, lavender
and bluetts. Comes four Inches wide and suitable for trimmings, .
belts and neckwear, and till Silk Taffeta. Today, a yard.. ,UL
Sale of Bleached Table Linen 60 Inches wide, Six choice patterns In
scroll and small designs for every day use, This table linen will be the
wanted article, and, at today's price, Is one of saving money by anybody
contemplating buying table linen. Usually sold at -15c. a yard. o
Friday hour, a yard ,..,., JO
Kale of Women's Oxford Ties Our i egular 5t.50 value, Patent or Kid
Tlis. Cuban heels; light medium weight soles; well made. There is In
this lot some sizes that wo are out of. Wo will say that If your size Is
heie you will get tho best Dougola Oxford Tie bargain ever offered oftr.
In this city. Priced for Friday hour, a pair WC
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