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THE SCRAjXTON TRIBUNE- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ID, 1902.
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"St. Ann" Last Night.
"St. Ann," a ptity by Paul Ai msti our.
Klilcli Ib nuclei going n. polishing proo
fs on tbo roail in lor to 11m metiopollliin
picsontatlon, was neon nt tho I.jccum
Inst night. It Is the list ctfoit or Mr.
Mmatiotig, whose woilt as n wilier of
ipoitlng events for Kew York pnpcis mi
ner tho pen muno ot "Right Cioss," has
amdo him fnmlllnr to newspaper rend
ers. Ho struck out boldly In his llist
effort nml wiotc a piny Unit will bo ills
uscil. Ills heiolno In Ann Laniont. a
painter, known In tho bIihIIom of Now
Voik us St. Ann. She has talent of no
uncertain Older, but Boems to ImVo
tiren weak or unutilekeneil moinlly
md this Loon ltlehmoml, a follow ar
tist, dlfeoeis to her undoing. Then
comes Goidon Titus Into her life. She
loves hint nml on her awakening cou
nt lenco dan its the full foieo of her sin.
Tlttis offers his love but she will not
nttept him because of the led stain on
her past, fblie would not do him such a
umiig She goes to London and wins
uicnt fnnte tinder the name of Miss John,
Itlchmond maiilcs fot money and Is no
less miserable than his wife. IIo dls
tovets that he has u teal love for St.
Ann and when he meets net lit London,
wheio he Is with his wife, he declares
himself nnd wants to dltoiee his wife
nml many her. In tho meantime Titus
igiiln declines his love, and Is let Into
Hip seeiet of Itet "nffnh" with Richmond.
Hi' Is Biluf-btiltkeil. horilllcd. but he will
many her neveitheless nnd 1:111 Richmond
If he Is given opportunity. Hut Miss
John will he no wife of his until she has
rlennscd hei-"lf by dilvlne ftom Rlch
inond's egotistical mind the Idea that all
he hns to do Is to hold out his band and
she will lly to his aim. Once Richmond
Is convinced that she will not mairv him
even II dhoiced, th.it she loathes nnd de
spises him she mnv with Rood faith and
iiopilety wed Titus nhn tells hctself. It
will be oldened tliat St. Ann has her
own Ideas of morals and piopilety. The
tlimim dinvvs to a close ncai the leper
i olony on the Island of Molokal, wheio
St. Ann flics to Titus' aims, Richmond's
plans to sepai ate. them bavins ended
tliMistiouslv. lie Is bv this time con
ilnccd that be is piopeilv loithed and
despised and St. Ann and Titus aie h.ip
pv. Seveial sub'-ldlaiv plots that have a
inmedy iluvar levolve about tlie cn
tial theme The pliv Is well wiltten, the
situations nlcelj managed and many ot
them of ri eat diamatic value But the
pl.iy has an unsubstantial foundation.
The woild, let us hope, has never pio
liticd a woman with the clouded moial
outlook ot St. Ann
The chat actor was pssavod bv Miss
I'loia Fahehlld, who was not eiiu.tl to tho
task of making St. Ann convincing Miss
Fafi child displaved evidence of ability
dining the piogiess of the play but the
ihaiactcr K not one In which she can
shine. The best woik of the evening was
done by Robeit MoU'ade as Ulclmid
Stoiiedgc Smthc; Chailes D 'W'aldioii as,
Rnidon Titus and Miss Laicllc Yotk, as
I'laho I.amont. The other membeis ot
the companv weie clthei unsuited to
tlieli paits or bad not j.et aciiuiied easo
in tliem. The pliv ii niielv staged in
ivetv lespcit and lor one lli.tt has be'ea
pn tfie boaids but a shoit time moved
With commendable smoothness
"Kidnapped in New York."
R.uney Gllmorc, the oiiuk lomantle
lilsli comedian, opened a tbiee davs' en
gagement In "Kidnapped in Now Yolk"
at the Academv of Music last evening to
ii l.uge audience. "Kidnapped in New
Yoik" Is a comcdv-diania In four acts
bv How aid Hall, and Is based upon the
kidnapping il Raby Million Cl.uk lit
fintial I'aik, Xevv York cit.v Mi. Clll
inore has alwas been a lavoilte with
Scranton audience, and last night he
still fuithcr Ini leased his circlo of
fi lends. Uiuing the pi ogress of the play
he made bits vvitli Ills Mings, "Taking the
I'll Hue ol Baby," "Who Do You Love,"
"A l.ittlu Bunch ot Rosebuds" and "M,i,
.Mi. Ollmoie assumes the loie of Mr.
Tinoley, a novv.spupcr conespondeut and
tUleclive. The cli.uacler of Baby Clink
Is taken bv Babv Abbott, a iciy clever
i hlld actiess. 'I'hc time between the acts
Is filled up bj a niimbci ot enlei taining
speiiulties. Amiing them aie: Billv llall
niali, of National la ague hasp ball lame,
lu a Geiniin eliaiacter oketch: the Pow
ers liiotheiw, in u blcj ele .specialty, In
vvblcli tlie.v iulioduce Alfonso and Gas
ton; ?Iss Lillian Slililcy In eatchv comic
hongs, togetliet with a number ot otheis
equally cntei tabling. The pluv -lll bo
tepcated this aficiunim and evening.
Tom Minei'-s Biilicmhins gnv.' nn cnccI
lent liei foi manco at the Stai theater
jesteiday In picscnting tho siiectac ular
ixttavaganza, entitled, "A Bohemian
Rcniitj." The composition, which Is the
work of Gcoige Tot ten Smith, affoids
oppiu tunlt.v tor tho iuliodiietlou of homo
of the latest .songs"nud clinni'ts that .lie
l endued by handsome poling .women lu
t laborate cohtumes. An unfoi Uinato fca
tuio of the cnteitnlnmcnt was the at
tcniit to (It the well-known comedian,
Chnilcs Hiiike, to a putt entliely tiu
hiilted to his talents. Ah u delineator of
Irish and Hebrew chnraclers Mr. Burke
hns few emmlH and It seems n pity that
ho should wnstc tlmo upon a cheap pail.
Tito sped titles wore nil Rood, John
ston and Hlllard, In their character crea
tions, nnd Grnco Ln lltto nnd her picka
ninnies were received with enthusiasm,
nnd the numbers by IMna Davenport, the
phenomenal ilhneor, and Nicholas Wright,
Invisible singer, wore excellent. 'J he
Uohemlnns nio among tho best on tho
rond. They will bo nt the Stur tho bal
ance of tho week.
Inst Nights o Ametn.
Amcln, tho great fire dancer, will bo
seen at Dixie's theater for tho last tlmo
dining her piesont engagement at the
performnnrcs todny nnd tomorrow. Tho
poetic act given bv Ameta Is ono of the
best In the line of artistic dancers. Tito
Kentons, Joe, AIra nnd Buster, nio also
closing n most successful engagement In
which they havo established themselves
ns favoiltes. The Inci eased attendance
nt the popular house Is tho best evidence
that the theater-going public, not only
hns developed n tasto for tellned vaude
ville, but nlso appreciates the efforts of
the management to give them the best.
"When We Were Twenty-one.1'
"When Wo Were Twenty-one" will be
presented at tho Lyceum Saturday after
noon nnd evening. This piny has won
the sincere admiration of everyone who
has had the good fortune to seo It. It
tells a story so pine and so true to hu
man life nnd the trngle moments that
come to the life of so many, that It goes
straight home to every heart. It h full
of dramatic .situations, but thev are so
nntuial, and so possible, that the whole
Is the sequence of things that happen
eveiy day and might happen to you or
me. At no moment Is there n flagging of
the Interest, nnd the events lollow e-icli
other so naturally nnd so logically Hint
It Is n delight to hee.
Though dealing with one of the moot
dtamntlc phases of human life. It Is
heightened with the light and shade of
human experience The author has given:
a true and delightful play to the woild.
Seats on tale.
Thomas Jefferson Coming Again.
After an absence of two 3 cars, we are
to once mote have the pleasure of seeing
Thomas Jeffeison in Washington Irvine's
maslei piece, "Rip Van Winkle." Now
adnjs, when a hon of one of our gieat
actors is advertised to appear In his
father's plavs, the public are apt to be
come suspicious as to the ability of tho
.son to follow In the footsteps of the
father. Such has not been the case with
Thomas Jefferson, who lias been pre
senting "Rip Van Winklo" for tho past
six seasons with financial results.
He is said to have dc.tu.i1lv fallen Into
bis father's bhoes, and there aie times
on the stuge when the audience leally
think the elder Jeffeison Is befoie them
Thomas is to be here on Monday night
at the Lvi'cuin, .'lid will piesent the de
lightful "Rip Van Winkle." Scats on
sale this motnlng.
Kyan at the Academy.
Tho pleasing anonunccment is made
that we aie again to have that populai
oung actor, Daniel Ian, wlih us for a
week at the. Academv, opening on Mon
day evening ln n big production of "A
Rojal Lover." Over a caiload of gor
geous sceneiy and electrical effects in
tills one pioductiou will be used: in fact,
not a piece of the Academy sceneiy will
bo used fluting Mr. Itjan's engagement
Tuesday night, (mother big piodiiction
will be Rlve,u, "An Ihiemv to the King."
This play will bo presented by special
uiiangcmcnt with K. II. Sothern.
And all Forms of Itching
Scaly Humours Instantly
Relieved and Speedily
CURED BY CUTICUM.
Complete Treatment ($1), consists
of Cuticura. Soap, to cleanse tho
skin of crusts nnd scales nml soften tho
thickened cuticle, Cuticuiia. Oint
ment, to instantly allny itching,
irritation, and inflammation, nnd
soothe nnd heal, and CimcuitA Re
solvent Pii.i.8, to cool nnd cleanso
tho hlood. A Single Set is often
sufficient to cure the most torturing,
dlsllgtnlng, itching, burning, bleed
ing, scaly, crusted, and pimply hu
mours, when all else falls.
MILLIONS USE CUTICURA SOAP,
assisted by CuticukvOintmi-nt for beautify,
lug tho uKIn, for cleansing thcscnlp, nail stop,
ping of falling linlr, for softening and w hlteii
lug the lmnd'i, for baby ltchlngs and mslies,
ln baths forannoylngltrltattonsondclntlngs,
or too froo or offeneivo perspiration, for
many sanative, antiseptic purposes which
suggest themselves to vv omen, nnd for all tka
purposes of the toilet, bath, nnd nursery.
Cuticura Resolvent Tills (Chocolate
Coated) nro a new, tasteless, odorlesn, eco
nomical substitute for the celebrated liquid
Cotiouiia Hi soi. vkxt, as wcllas for all other
blood purifiers and humour cures. In screw
cap vials, containing CO doses, prico i!3c.
Cold throngho.it the world. Soap, 'i5c , Oismcnr,
tOc , Hills, jm Drlilih Dcpoti .7 21, Chtrttrliouio
bn , London, t rench J)pott A Rue do U Talx, Purli.
Potter Dbuo ap Ciixu. CciRr., Bole l'rops., Bolton,
Ladies to Canvass.
At a meeting of the ladles ot the Hol
Cioss pailsh held on Tuesdiy night lu
the palish hall it was decided that two
ladies fiom cacli sheet in the palish bo
.selected to make a canvass for funds to
pav fot the fin nibbing of the new pa
locblal lesidence. A meeting of the fol
lowing committee will be held tonight to
holect the comas eis: Highteentb waul.
Mis. O'llaia. Miss Maiy Huffy; Sixth
waul, Fli.st distilct, Miss Katie Clobeity,
Miss Katie Conve.v; SKlh waul, Second
dlstiict. Mis. Mai tin Regan, .Miss M.il
gaiet Huclclcy; Talk 1111! and Mciidiuu
hticet. Mis. Kelly, Miss (Jctilty.
The undeitnkeis of Scmnton and vlciu
itj pn fcited a pcimnncut oigiiulzatlon
ut a meeting held last night in A. R.
Ruub',s otllco on Spiuio sticet. It was
decided to call tho oiganlzatlon tho t'n
clcitakei.s' 1'iotectlvo Association of
Sciantnn and vicinity. Tho ofticeib elect
ed weie ns follows: I'icsideiit, M. P.
AWvmbs; vice piesident, l V, Tague;
ucciutniy, "William lUiub; ticusuiei, A. R.
R.iub; cNOuuttvo committee, P. !'. I'uslck,
cli.iliniitn: "William I'llco, 'I'. P. Regan,
'I'. J, O'Honnell and T. J. Davis. About
twenty-llvo nuclei takets have itlicucly
joined tho association.
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Another use'ul article for every
home. Friday only we place on sale a
Jardiniere Stand , exactly like cut, with
bamboo legs and oak top. It's value is
not less than 75c, but ii you come Fri
day you can get one at the ridiculously
Wall Street Ha view.
New York, Sept. IS, The &tock matket
maintained its undeitone of fatiength to
da.v, but the ti acting was extiomely
apathetic outblde a spotty as-soitment of
stocks whose show ol stungtb helped to
sustain the geneial list. The Gould gioup
was the most conspicuous, Tho muiKet
i losed dull and steady. Total sales tor
the da, 17.1 000 shines The bond mar
ket was dull and about atfncl. Total
.sale.. p.u value. $.',250 000. Halted States
lefunding 2s advanced "i. the .Is H and
the old Is '& liei cent Tlio new -is de
clined "i on the last call.
Tho following quotations are furnished
The Tilbune bv Hnlglit At Ficcse Co , 14
13 Meals Building. W. D. Runon, man
agei. Onen.Hlirh. Low. Close
m.u. copper i-s3j.
Am. C & K .!1
Ameiican Ice li8
Am. Ice, Pr ,'UVa
Am. Locomotive ... :::
Am. I.oco., Pi oiiy.
Am. S & R. Co 17 "
Ameiican Sugar ....Ill's
Atchison, Pr linyi
Bait. A: Ohio ll)i;
Uiook. R. T fl
Canadian Paellle ...111
('lies X. Ohii y,v.
Chicago & Alton
Chle iV; (.J VV
C, M. & St P
C. R. I. & P
Col, Fuel &. lion,..
Col. & Southern . .
Col. & South , Jd Pr
Hen. & It, (J
Den & R C, , Pi D.
Detiolt Southern ..
Uiic, ls,t Pr
Kile. M Pi
1 locking VhIIpv
Iowa Cential ,.
Kan. City K. South
I.nuls. & Nash
Met. St Kr
Mo , Kan. .v.- Te
Mn , K. & T , Pr
N. Y. Cential ...
Noifolk & West
Out. .t West r,7'4
... I 111'.
Pcima. R R
Piesscd Steel Cai ..
Reading, 1st Pr ...
Republic Steel, Pr
St. h, So W
Southern Pacific .
Southern R. R . ..
Southei n R R . Pr
Tenn. Coal & linn.
Texas & Pmillc...
Union Pacille. Pr .
I'. R. heather
P. S. heather, Pi.
H. S. Steel
P. S Steel, Pr ....
Western l'uinn ....
Total sales. 4;.l.mn him inn
Monuey, oft and 7 por cent.
K '".AOP GRAIN AND PROVISION
The Store That Saves You Money."
322 Lackawanna Avenue,
r.9H 1.914 i,sw ra
, 3 21
, l'i 03
, 0 7.1
A DOUBLE MEASURE OF
VALUE FOR FRIDAY
27 In. high,
24 In. wide,
made to either
stand or h'ang,
Six feet of
piece may be
a n d packed
2 0 0 cents
worth d A
for... D I
OF SCR ANTON.
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to 8.30.
Soranton Wholesnle Market.
(Collected by II. G. Dale, 27 Lacka. Ave )
rioui ?4 40
Butter Fi Cbh cieameij, 21c; ficsh
3gBh Ne.uby, "2c.; wesltm. 21c.
Mai 1 ow Beans Per bti&hcl. i$J J3a2.40.
Gieen Peas Per bushel, $J23
Onions Per bushel, 90c
New Potatoes 05c. per bushel.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New Yoik, Sept IS Flour-Qulct and
11 shade lower to sell. Wheat Spot mar
ket cislei ; No. 2 led, 73?4C clcvatoi; No.
2 led, 71C'aC'. l'. o. b. allo.it. Beats had
theti inuiiiKS in tho wheat maiket tod.iv.
Led by Septembei which bioke .shatplv
under llbei.il conti.ict dellveiies the
vvliolc mailct sold off and was weak .ill
d.ij. The c ioso was easy a's.i'Hc. net
loss May, 71Tsc.; Septembei, 74Vic ; Do
c embei , 7,ir8e. C01 n Spot cas.v ; No 2,
7-'i elevator nnd GS&c. fob. ntloat; No
2 jellow, 70c; No 2 white, 70c. ; option
maiket opened ill 111, but latet fully Miami
the wheat bie.ik, closing weak and ",ta
Mi. net lowet; J.imiuiy closed lSc; Muy,
4"e.; Septembei, ci'ic; October, iklKc;
Deccmliei, 1aBo. Oata Spot dull; No 2
oats, IlJVie ; No. 2 white, 33c: No .! while,
33c; Hack white, "lalOc; option maiket
vvus weak and lower, especially on Sep
tember at Chicago under liquldatlnn.
May closed ".'iVsc. ; September. Il'i'c ; De
cember, U'Hc Battel Steadj ; extra
cnamcry, 22' factoiy, HV-al7c.; cieam
ery, common to choice. lt',..i.'2c; Imita
tion cieameiy, ISViulSKc.; utato 'dally,
HiHa2tc: lcnnvHted, 1V4 ilSVic. Cheese
Finn; now stato full cienm, .small col
01 ed fiint v. He, j small white, lie; large
eoloied. lOVfce.: l.ngo white. IJalOHc
llggs Stcadv State and nveiage piime,
20a22c: coiintiy candled, 20a2Jc; nncan
. , upen. JJIBIi, WW, Colse
September 8(V S7t SO.". S73
October 8 17 877 8 07 8 75
December 8 Ml 8 79 8GI 8.7H
Junuaiy s,C7 sso sci 8.77
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co . Pr.
Counts' Saw Bank & Ti list Co
I'll st Nat. Hank (Cuibondalfri.
Thlid Untlonal Bank ,, 550
Dlmo Dep & Dls. Hank .,,,,,. 300
Economy I... 11. & P, Co
Flist National Bank .,,,,.,.,, iy
Lack, T list la Safe Dep. Co , 193
Claik & Snovor Co, Pr,.,.t,,, 125
Scranton Savings Bank .,,),,, BOO
Tradets' National Bank 223
Scianton Bolt &. Nut Co,,.,... 125
People's Bank ,,,., .,,,,"., 133
Scionton Packing Co ,
Bcrunton Passenger Ballvvay,
llrst moitguge, duo 1920 113
People's Street Itallway, tlrst
moitgage, due 1918 ,,,,, 113
People's Stieot Hallway, Gen
eial moitguge. duo 1921 113
Scianton Tiuc. Co , 6 per cent. 113 ...
Kconomy L , 11. & P. Co , 97
N, Jersey & I'ocono Ice Co.... ,,, 97
Consolidated ' - ,,, xqj
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Sept. 18 Cialn ttaileis weie
vvultliiK lor a hlgu today. Business was
less 'active than it lias been 101 many
ilnvs. Suppoitlng oulcis weie not in evi
doiHO enough to hold up pi Ices and with
a bcatlsb icpoit on the coin ciop iut out
hy a leading statistic journal, seveial
professionals took adv-antago of tho clull
iie.13 to put ,i selling picsstuo on all mul
kets. The weather iciuditioiis weie an
eaily nld to pi'lees, paitlculiuly tu coin,
but ilepiesslon soon followed tho soiling.
At tho close December coin was l&iiKc
lower; December wheat, 'Jac. down;
September oats. Jlc lower nnd December
oats. y-c. on", Piovlsions closed 2l4a22Hc
down. Cash fiuotations vvoio iih follows:
Fiom Stcadv; No. 2 spring whaet. 7-'a
74c; No, a, "Jn7.iVCc; No: 2 icd, 72a72e.;
No. 2 coin, rSVia."')'ic.; No. 2 yellow, W.ti
(pOc; No, 2 nats, 2Slc.; No. 2 white, : No,
3 white, 29n24e.; No. 2 rye, TOc; good feed
ing bailey, ; fair to choice malting, IS11
nsc; No, 1 tlax seed, $131; No. 1 noith
westein, $133; piime tlmnthmy seed, $1.10;
mess poik, per ban el. Jli, lOai!l,ri; lard,
per 100 pounds. SlO.MalO 5JU; slinit libs,
sides, SI0r,2!iai0.G7,i; shouldois, UliuOVic :
shoit clear sides, HUnU'ac',
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Sept, 18 Cattle Receipts, !,
HOO, including WW Toxans, 2,0)O westerns;
steady; good to piime stecis, $7.."oa8 ul;
poor to medium, ?ln7; stockei.s and feed
eis. $2 50ar5 23; cows. $150.14.73; lielfeis,
$.'.2)ii5,75: ranucis, $160a2W; bulls, 2 2.a;
culves, $3a5ri0; Texas fed steeis. tJ.il.S0:
western steers, $J.73a5 90. If ogs Receipts
today, 10,000; totnoirow, lS.Ou); left over.
7,500; opened steady to 0c. higher; closed
lower; mixer unci butchuiH. $7.23a7.S3;
good to choice heavy, $7.3oa7 90; inugh
heavy, $7.20a7.40; light, $7J0a7.75; bulk of
sales, J7.40a7.U). Sheep Receipts, IJOOO;
strong; lambs, steady; good to choice
wethers, $J r,0a4; fnlr to cholco mixed, $2.50
u3.2j; native lambs, 3 50a5(i3.
Buffalo Xive Stock Market.
East Buffalo, Sept. 18,-Cuttlo-Steady;
demand light; veals, steady; demand
light; tops. $i)23afi50: common to good,
r.E0a7,75. ITogs-Reeelpts, J,(,00; lbow. 5i
lOo. lower; heavy, $7.90a8; mixed, $7.7047.83;
01kers. $7D3a7.U'); light do.. $7,40a7.i0;
Pigs, 7$3(U7.40; ronglis. $0 50i7,10; stngs,
$3Wa0.10; giasseis. $7a7.W; dallies, $7.40a
7.0j. Sheep and Lnmbs-Recelpts, 4.W;
steady; top lambs, $3 50a5W; culls to good,
$la5,40; yearlings, $la!50; wetheis, $)a!23;
ewes, $J.23aJ73: sheep, top mixed, $3.73at;
culls to good, $1.73a3 DO.
Oil City, Sept. IS -Ci edit balances, 123;
cei tllicatcs, no bid: shipments, 80,50rbaiT
iel; aveuigo, 9I.77J bauols: iuns, 99,794
buuels; uvciage, S2,70ti banols.
Now York, Sept. 18. Tho races at tho
Kmplio City tuick weio postponed today
on account of lahiA Thuisday's pio
giumma will bo 'decided tomnriovv and
tho taid for Filduy will go over to Saturday.
K K . t t X K K K K K t K t. P.
I Special t
I Oxford Sale I
If you desire to save
J money, come in and look
$ at our Oxfords. We are
V selling our Men and Wo
? ..... f .i t ii
jucu a yjtiuius at greaiiy
The Johnston and
Murphy and -The" Stet
son" Oxfords at
Dauies & MUrphy ;
330 Lackawanna Ave.
" ' 4 'A 4 it 'A 'A "A ' '- ' ' 'A H
Dr. Dei rnels' Linen
412 Spiuce Street.
300 Lackawanna Avenue,
The most completo assoitmcnt of
underwear in town. All Grades 50c
to $5.00' per gaiment.
; PILSNER l
Old 'Phone, 333!.
New 'Phone, 2P35,
THE NEW DISCOVERY
253-327 roil II AVCIIUO.
JONAS LONG'S SOVS
JONAS LONQ'9 SOVS.
It Is not necessary to debate about coming for the splondld Items
offered at today's Hourly Sales. They aro expressive of tho best values
: oniy go to snow tne groat amount of e
me Interested In
of their kind, and only go to show the groat amount of economy that can
uo louna uy any one interested in
These Sixty Minute Sales continue to add to their splendid past
success. You will find seasonable goods at unseasonable prices. Tho
Basement, the Main Floor, he Second Floor and the Fourth Floor all
add to make today's sale one of continued Interest from the first to the
SALE NO. 1 Begins Promptly at 2 O'clock.
In the Basement
At 2Jc. White semi-porcelain Fruit
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cither item at this hour sale for 2aC
Rfcd T B At 5c. Sale of white scmi-porce-
Iain soup .Plates; new style: called
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Plates ; regular Sc. value. Fri-
Kxtinordlnary Sale of Blue and White Steel Enamel ware. An ex
ceptional offer, and In Ueeplnp with the season.
At 23c A 3 and 4-quart Pieaeivlng Kettle; blue and white steel en
amel waie; white enamel steel chamber, wash basin, white en- ja
amel; choose either of these items Friday, each XOw
At 3,")C. 5 and C-quait Pieservlng Kettlen, blue and white steel
enamel ware, and a huge size Jardiniere; comes In solid colors; ie
pilced at OOC
At 49c. Sale of. C-quart Beilin Kettles, with enamel covers; and S
quart Preserving Kettles,; regular value of either Item Is 7Sc. This Afr
Friday buy them for 'c
At 59c Sale of 6-quart Beilin Kettles and Sauce Pots; sauce pots
have hide handles, and the Berlin Kettles have ball handles and enamel
coveis; also ln this sale Is a 10-quart Pieservlng' Kettle. These sn.
three ni tides are woi th 89c. each. Friday one hour OVt
At C9c. Sale of 8-quait Berlin Kettle and Sauce Pots with ball and
side nandles, enamel covers; value of this kettle and sauce pot zn
Is $100. Friday buy either one for OVC
Sale of Groceries, Good Groceries, the Kind Yon Want
Sale of Coffee and 5 Pounds of Sugar Free Our combination Java
and Mocha Coffee, considered the best 25c. Coffee ln this city; demon
stration In booth now going on (main floor). If not satisfactory after a
home trial please leturo. Friday, for one houi, 5 pounds of nn
line gianulated sugar free with eveiy 4 pounds of Coffee for.. 3I.vV
Sale of Soap Siift & Co.'s Mohawk; regular value, 9 for 25c. ')Br
One hour Filday buy 12 cakes for ,
Sale of Ammonia Full hnlf-gallon bottle; goods guaranteed to bo
fli&t quality. Sold usually at 25c. This sixty minutes sale buy It c
at, per bottle '1'
Sale of Buffalo Washing Powder; good as the best; regular 'BP
4-pound package, for one hour buy two packages for '"'
At 4c Cake Ivory Soap; pint bottle of best liquid blueing, large
cake of band or scouilng soap, half-pound package of powdered borax;
tin Easy Blight stove polish, large box ball blue; full pound can lye,
or potash, one-pound package of bird boed. and full size package a
of biul giavel. Choose either Item and give but "
Sale of Skinned Harhs Weighing from 15 to 20 pounds; no -yji
waste or fat. For this hour sale pay but ''2r'
SALE NO. 2 Begins' Promptly at 3 O'clock.
Sale of Men's Fancy Half Hose Em
broidered in all colors, figures and
stripes ; usual value is 17c. a pair. This
Friday we will sell them for i
one hour for 1 JLQ
Sale of Blankets This is a heavy
fleeced full llx-l sic; comes in tan,
white and gray, with assorted color bor
ders. The first frost the other morning
reminds one of colder nights. This is ii good value and
usually retails at flltc. Friday for one hour buy them at 7C
Sale ot Men's Working Shlits, near Wyoming avenue entrance This
shirt is made fiom Cheviot, in plain blue and blue iiilxtuic; full -yyr
bUu. Pilced for this sale at ''
Sale of Boys' fine All Wool Suits, on the Second Floor Well made
nnd tilmmed. Newest styles, colois aie plain blue, grey and mlxtuies,
Sailor blouse styles; 3 to 8 yeais. Manly styles with ests, .1 to 9 years;
2-plecc, double-bi pasted style, 8 to 15 years. Pants have all taped
seams and good waist bands. Choose from lot and pay the c q
small price of ,,uy '
Sale of Diess Goods. In the Dress Goods Aisle 1,000 yards of extra
heavy 27-Inch wool Thibet Skirtings; all the now oxford shades; navy
biown and gioy stripe effects. One of tho best diess goods bar
gains of the day. Regular value 49 cents. Friday Hour buy n,,
it at ZVt '
Sale of Medicine Cabinets, on the Fouith Flooi Construc'ed of po
lectcd inatciial and well finished. Size 22xlfi inches, with doublp shelf;
9x12 minor In cabinet door; will accommodate all articles for the toilet
or bath loom, Koia usually tor i.uu. uur price lor ou muiiuc-a j"7r
this Friday.' "'"
Sale of Women's Handkei chiefs Warranted all linen: como with
one-quaiter, half and one-Inch hem. A legular 15c. nlue: today buy
two tor tho in co of one very near. Jt win no ciouum icunuiuy iu m-
est In these handkei chiefs, They are so inexpensle. Filday
hour buy them at
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SALE NO. 3 Begins Promptly at 4 O'clock.
Sale of Wonieus Heavy Ribbed
. JMcecc-luiecl csts and iJants fants
well made and are usually sold at 50
ImH cems chcii. i-iuiii iiuur ny -yf
"s .WJ bac ol lorcnon Lace and insertion
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to Match the widths range trom a to
H inches wide. This class of lace is very
desirable for trimming muslin underwear, and good many other
ways that it can be used. And instead ot paying trom .
7c. to 10c. a yard, but it today at 4C
Sale of Hair Brush and Comb Biush Is of medium Blze of 4-iow
bristle, veneeied back, laign handle. Comb Is n Goodyear Rubber, Has
fine and couise teentli. Seven inches long. Both items would p
cost at any other time 15c, Friday buy them for ,v
Sale of Cotton Dress Plaids A case of remnants In 10 to 20-yard
lengths. All dark colors, lellevcd In bright stilpes of many colorings.
.Suitable for school dresses; good and serviceable. Jf In the piece
they would retail for l-'Vic. Today buy them nt only 'a
Sale of Boys' Kneo Pants, on the Second Floor Murto from Wool
Cheviot; plain blue and giey colors; full cut and well made; taped
seams mul good duck bands; 3 to 10 years. Regularly 33c. value. otc
Filday buy them for only ,v'
Sale of Huclc Cotton Towels SUo 19x40 inches; hemmed ends and
colored bouleis; woven llim. Now, Mr, Hotel or Restaurant Man, this
Is your opportunity to buy this big towel, worth 12,c. each, this -r
Filday for one hour at.,.,..,..... ,.,.,,, w
Sale of Women's Jackets A seasonable offer nt a sacrlllco on the
Second Floor. Fifty-seven, all told, In this lot, comprising Ktons, Single
and Double Bieasted Box Coats, 19x20 Inches long, made ftom Venetlon
Cheviots and Covert Cloths. Not every size of every kind, but nearly
eveiy size of a few styles. They oie. In a few Instances, slightly shop
worn, but neveitheless me a splendid value. The Hist piico on them
was 1100 to $5.00, This hour (and baigalns for somebody) buy gj no
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