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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- MOIST) AY, DECEMBER 8 190
THEY ARE NOT
.HAT DR. M'LEOD HAS TO SAY
The Church tuul Christianity Are Not
Convertible Terms Wot All In the
Church Aro Christians, Neither Are
All Those Outside of It Not Chris
tianaChristianity Is Both Broader
nntl Narrower Thany Any Church
Organization It Admits Many
That Churches Exclude.
'"the church and Christianity are not
ronvertlblo terms," snld Rev. James
McLcod, D. ., In his morning sermon
In the I'lrst Presbyterian church yes
terday. "Christianity Is both broader
'.uitl narrower than any church organ
ization. It excludes many whom some
churches admit, and It admits many
whom some churches oxclud". All who
are In Christ me rcrtulnly In Ills
church, but wo must remember that
-the church of God, which lie has pur
chased with Ills own blood, Is not, ex
clusively, a visible organization. All
who love the Lord Jesiw Christ In sin
cerity are In Ills church, whatever bo
their nttltude toward any visible body
of professing Christians."
Dr. McLeod's topic was "In Christ,"
and ho took for his text the words found
In Itomnns, xvl:7, as follows: "Salute
Aiulronlcus and Junla, my kln.Miiun
and my fellow-prlsoneis, who are at
note anion? the apostles, who also weie
in Christ before me."
"Many are In the church," remarked
the doctor, "who, It Is to be feared, are
not in Christ. On the other band, It is
to bo hoped 'that many are In Christ
who are not In any visible clnuoh."
Continuing, the speaker said:
They Were Christians.
The apostles wore In Christ and therefore-
they were Christians. To be "In
Christ" then is to be a Christian and to
be a Christian Is to believe Chlist's ijos
pol, It Is to clhip to Christ's per-on. It is
to Imbibe the Christ s-plrlt and it Is to
live a3 neatly as posMhlo the Christ
Christians differ "widely in many re
spects. It was never intended that they
sdionld oil nil occasions see eye to eye.
Paul and Peter bud a theological con
troversy, and Paul and Barnabas bad a
sharp contention. Hut although tine
Christians have often quarreled anions
themselves, yet then' is one Person and
one point, around which they all rallied.
Jesus Christ is that Person, and His
rrosi i3 that point. There, and there
alone, they can and do meet on equal
terms. Pres.byterin.ns, and Baptists, nnd
Quakers may differ about the subjects
and modo of baptism. Protestants and
Uomanlsts bavo struck ench other many
i hard polemic blow, while illcmslng
the meanlns and method of administer
ing the Lord's Supper. Professing Chris
tians who dared to exercise the divlno
light of private judgment have beon tor
tured or burned at the stake by other
Hut although some of them would tor
ture and burn each other at the stake,
yot they were ready to die for Christ.
HI crass was their guidon, and where
it led, they followed. They woro as
leady to fight for Christ as were the
brave soldiers who received these march
ng and fighting orders from their stale-art
'And If mv standard-bearer fall, as fall
full well ho may.
"or never saw I promise yet, of such a
Tress where ye pec my pnow-whfto
plume, nmid the junks of war,
nd be your orlflammo to-day the helmet
Just so, amid tho strifes, nnd conflicts,
,iml wordy battles of true Christians,
llieir orillammo has been the cioss of
Christ. They may bavo j-cemed far
apart, and In some rcpeots. they wero
ery far apart, but "in Christ" they
wero closclv united.
Tho Proof of It.
Tn proof of this we lucre only to turn
to tho sermons and hymns and biograph
ies of tlioso whris-o surface difference!
ivcro so wido. St. Drlgcn nnd St. Augus
tine, Iiiitbor nnd Kwlugll. John Bunyan
,nd Richard Baxter. Wesley and Top
eidy, Faber and Bonnr, Cardinal New
nan and Charles II Spurgeon, Dr.
pusoy and Dr. Joj-enh Pniker how' wide
ly theso differed in many respects, and
ct they weie, as we believe, till united
to Christ, nnd all of raw mind In I Tim. I
"Wo do not think of Newm.m or of l'nhor I
us Roman Catholics when wo sing, "Lead
Kindly Light," or "O Gift of Olfti., O
Grace of Faith." When we sing, "Jesus,
Lover of My Soul," or "nock of Ages
Cleft for Me," wo do not think of Wes
ley ns an advocate of Arinlnlanlsm nor
of Toplady aw nn advocate of Calvinism,
wo only think of them both an devoted
servants of Jesus Christ. Thus it ap
pears that whether wo be Protestants or
Ttomnn Catholics, Presbytetians or Kpts
enpalians, baptists or Methodists, Ultu
olUts or Quakers, if wo are in Christ, we
urn true Christians and being true. Chris
tians, nnd luneo united to Chllst, wo
must, of necessity, bo united to each
Tt is true beyond all question, tb.it llu
1h.it hath tho Son hath life and that ho
ihat hath not the Son of Uod Hath not
life: that la to say ho Is spiritually dead,
It Is true beyond nil question that If
tiny mon bo In Chrlt, ho Is a new crea
ture. It is truo beyond all question that
to be "In Christ," is to bo a Christian,
and to bo a Christian, to llvo a Chris
lion life, and to dlo a Christian death, is
Iho divlno pathway to that blessed, holy
and happy plneo which Christ has pie
pnied fur all who are in Illm.
Herein lies tho Christian's safety. Ho
is In Christ, and Christ will tako care
of him. AVhat was true of Chlist's hu
man body is equally truo of His mystical
body; not a bono of it over has been or
ever will bo broken. There is not tho
least (lunger that any sheep or lamb of
ClirUt's fold will over bo devoured by tho
wolves of Satan. Christ will hldo them
in His pavllllon: Ho will cover them
completely with His own robe of ilght
cousness, Ills atonement Is tho Chris
tian's safety; His intercession nnd His
pnnnl-es urn tho Christian's security;
and Ills heaven Is tho Christian's ever
Life of a Christian.
May a Christian then llvo as ho
pleabes? Ask St. Paul, Ho s.iys: "God
forbid! How shall wo who aro (load to
gin, llvo any longer therein?" Thoso who
are Ignorant enough or wicked enough
to perveit God's truth, ara guilty of n,
most heinous sin. No Christian wants
to llvo as ho pleases, but as God pleases
Deafness Cannot be Cured
By local applications ns they cannot reach
tho diseased portion of tho ear. 'l'liero Is
rnly ono way to euro deafness, and that
Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness ia
caused by an Inflamed condition of tho
mucous lining of t ho tustachlun Tube
When this tubo Is Inflamed jou have ii
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, aml
when It. Is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result, and unless tho Inf tarnation can
tan be taken out and this tubo restored
;o ltu normal condition, hearing will bo
lestroyed forever; nhio caseu out of ten
ire caused by Catarrh, which is nothing
tut an Inflamed condition of tho mucouB
WO will Bive una tiunurea Dollars for
uv case of Deafness (caused In- tir,-,
tint cannot be cured by Hall's Ciimi,
turo. Bend for circulars, free.
P. J. CHBNKY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Mall's Family Pills aro the beet
The Whole Secret
Of (lie Remarkable Success of a Remedy for Indi
gestion and Stomach Troubles.
A New Remedy Which May Revolutionize the Treatment of
Now l'lnccil Before the Public and
This preparation is not a wonderful
discovery nor yot a secret patent moill
elnc. neither Is It claimed to cure any
thing except dyspepsia, Indigestion and
stomach troubles with which nlnn-tonths
of our nation aro moro or less affected.
Tho remedy Is in the form of pleasant
tasting tabl.'ts or lozonties containing
vegetablo and fruit essences, pure asep
tic pepsin (free from animal Impurities)
Golden Seal and illastuse. They arc sold
by druggists under the iinmo of Stuart's
Many Interesting experiments made
with these tablets show that they poNness
lemarkablo dlgehtlvo power, ouo grain of
the actlvo principle In one of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets being sullloleut to
thoroughly digest 3,000 grains of lean
meal, eeKS, oatintal or similar whob
Stuart's Tnbllols do not act upon the
bowels llku after dinner pills and cheap
cathartics, which simply Irritate and In
flame the Intestines without having any
effect whatever In cuilng Indigestion.
If tho stomach can bo lestcd and as
sisted In tho woik of digestion It will
very soon recover Us normal vigor, as no
organ Is so much abused anil overworked
as the stomach. This Is the seeiot nnd
tho whole heciet of the remarkable suc
cess of Stuart's Dispepsila Tablets, n
icmedy practically unknown a few years
ago and now tho most popular, safest
and most widely wold of any tieatment
lor stomach weakness
This success has been tecured entirely
upon its merit us a digestive, puro and
and ns Chi 1st has pi escribed, both by
III pieeepts and His example.
Tho importance of early piety can
hardly be overestimated. The young
Christian has abundant leasuu to thank
God for bis early conversion. Should ho
live to be old he will not have any oc
casion to regret that he leuiembered his
Creator In the days of his youth. While
Christ is willing to receive and to wel
come and p.udon nn aged sinner; one
who comes to Illm at the. eleventh hour,
yet, surely, It would bo far more pleas
ing to 1IU loving heart If aucli a sinner
bad come to Illm when be was young.
How many sins he would liavo avoided
nnd how much painful rellection he
would bavo been spared, had he given his
heart to Chi 1st, and eoseerated his life
to the service of so blessed a master. '
To be a slave of sin during a long life,
to have induced others, it may b", io sin,
and now when about to die, to cry for
mercy Is not a condition of wad to bo
covoted. The cry for mercy Is nil right,
lor no sinner, who is truly penitent, Is
beyond the leach of God's meicy, but
how much better for such a sinner, and
how much better for Kicicty, and how
much better for tho church of God. If his
long life bad been spent In doing good,
not only by being diligent in business,
but nlso by being1 fervent in spirit and
serving tho Lard. Young people should
think of these, nnd neither olr nor
young should rest satisfied until they
aro in Christ, for to bo in Christ Is to be
saved with mi eei lasting salvation.
In the Capital City.
The nation's capital is a city idolized
by every American, and bis one thought
when arranging for a traveling tour is
to visit it. There is no other placu in
any land which can comnare with
Washington, it is (osmopolit.in yet in
a way different from New York. Lon
don or Paris. To st.vit with the system
by which the city wan planned is
unique. Its public buildings are in their
nrfliltoctural designs grand and Inipn.s-ing-.
Tho streets aro wide, finolv In jit
tliornufilifaref. tinlllto tlio:.c of any
other city. AVaHhiiiRton bt)a'3ts f u
park system second to none, and its
t.'very environ bespeaks Mich frrandf tu
ns is due the nation's capital The cov-
crnment buildings are wonderful mines
of instiuetivo an
til InteroMincr material!
he nim-n for tho tot:,- ,
and coiiRress is t
1st who delilils in w.-itchinfr anil listen
ing to the inoceedliiK.s of tho areitUbt
Kovcrnln;: body known to tlu world.
Tills early winter (ason is tlie most
delightful time for vlgillnj? Washing
ton and an admirable opjiortunlty for
suelt a trip Is afforded on December 13,
when the New Jersey Central is going
to rm a low rate excursion to Wash
ington from htationti In this section.
Tickets good going on trains on above
ditto and good returning until Decem
ber 1!G. For furthrr Information write
J. S. Swisher, district pas-senger agent,
Scranton, Pa.: II. rc. Htihe, district
po&senger agent, Allentown, Pa or C.
M. Hurt, general passenger ugent, Now
.Tcr.sey Central, New York,
Lackawaniia Eaihond Excursion
Wasliington, D. C.
Special round-trip tickets will be on
sale at the Luckawnnna fvilroad ntn
tion, grod going on all traina December
15, nnd limited for return up to and in
cluding December 26. Children between
the ages of five nnd twelve, years, at
one-half of the adult rate. Tickets will
be limited for continuous passage, ex
cept that on return trip, stop-over will
bu granted at Philadelphia within limit
limit of December L'G, 190:.',
Holiday Excursion to Now York City.
It has been the usual custom tomahu
a reduced rate tu New Yori; city nt
this, the most interesting season of tho
your, and to enable Its patrons to mnUo
their holiday purchases, tho Laclca
wauna railroad will sell tickets to New
York city for all trains December 11,
nml for return up to and Including De
cember 10. nt into of one-way faro plus
$1, for tho round trip. Children between
tho ages of llvo and twelve years, nt
one-hnlt of tho faro charged adults.
D., L. & W, BOARD,
The following Is the make-up of the
D L. & W. board for today:
SUNDAY, DKC. 7.
Dxtras-Kast-fl p. :n Ilallet; 7 p. in., J,
ainloy; 8 p, m., Doherty; 10 p. m., Cava
naugh; 11 p. m., McCann; ia midnight,
llxtras West9 p. in,, Klngsley,
MONDAY, DEC. 8.
Lxtrns i;ast-s a. m Dunn; 4 a
Totbgrovoi 7 a. iu.. Carney; 10 a.
Staples; L.30 a. in.. Finerty; 1 n.
Mosler; 3 p. in., JL J, Ilenigan; 5 p. in.,
Summits 6 a. m., Canlgg (east)j 8 a.
m., Frounfellter'(west); 9.30 p. in., Clot
den (west); 1 p. in., Thompson (west);
2.30 p. in., J. Ilenlgan (east); 4 30 p. m.,
M. aiuicy (east).
Pushers-2.39 o. in., C. Bartholomew
giftMUkiimt iHrtfcilihT ilirrn ni rl'iM 'lil'iii iti .
Bours tho Knilorscmeiit of Many
nml Scientific Mco.
simple; because there con bo no stomach
trouble If tho food is promptly digested.
Bluart'B Dyspepsia Tublcti not entirely
upon tho food eaten, digesting It com
pletely, so that It can bo assimilated In
to blood, nervo nnd tissue.
Every diop of blood, every bone, nervo
and tlssiio in tho body can be renewed
In but one way, and that Is from whole
some food properly digested. The to is
no other way and tho idea that a medi
cine In Itself enn purify the blood or sup
ply now tissue and strong nerves Is ridic
ulous nnd on a par with tho fol-de-rol
that dyspepsia Is a germ disease or that
other fallacy that a weak stomach which
refuses to digest food can be made to do
so by Irritating and Inflaming tho bowels
bv pills nnd cathartics.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet cure dys
pepsia, water brash, sour slomnch, cu
ttinli of the stomach, gas and bloating
after meals because they furnish the di
gestive power, which Is the one tiling
that weak stomachs lack, and unlets that
lack Is supplied it Is useless to attempt
to assist it by tho use of "tonics."
"pills" and cathartics which hmc abso
lutely no dlecttvo power and do not
clnlin to have any.
Tho regular use of one or two of Stu
art's Dyt-pepsla Tablets after meals will
demonstrate their merit nnd efltclency
better than uny other argument.
They aru sold by dtugglsts everywheie
and a" little booklet on cause and cure of
ptomaeh troubles will be mailed free by
addressing !'. A. Stuart Co., Marshall,
(west); T n. in., Wlditer (west); 7 a. m.,
Finerty (west); K it, m.. Houser (east);
11.11 ii. in.. Jloran (t'iit): 1 p. m.. Mc
Donnell (west); -::,d p. in.. Murphy (east);
J p. m., V. II. IJailhoIomew (cast).
llelpei.s 1 ;i. m., J. I), .lunes: i a. tu.,
Ciiiffnoy; 10 a. in., Sccor; 3.13 p. m., Stan
ton. Extras "West 4 .'10 a. m., Lattlmer; H
n. in., Hoar; 12 noon, John Cihatnin
(Hallstead); ;; p. in., Castncr.
Conductors Huggeity, Van Woriner,
Thomas, Itogers and liaxter and crews
will go on No 27 Monday. Dec. S, tn lenin
tho Buffalo division.
Conductois Ulhblng. Muhou. D. Wallace,
I.iiBar and Haggerty and clew; BrnKemwi
11. C. Mathow.soii and .lay Hart ran will
call at trainmasters office Monday, Doc.
S, at S a. m.
SATURDAY STOCK QUOTATIONS
The following quotations are furnished
Tho Tribune ly llaight ,V Fieese Co.. ".II
;U5 Mears Bulldlns. ". 11. Kuiiyon, man
Am. C. .v F
Am. Ice, I'r
Am. I.oco.. I'r ....
Am. S. & K. Co ..
Atnetle.'in Sugar ..
Bait. & Ohio
Brook. It. T
Canadian P.icilie .
Clies. .Vu Ohio
Chicago X- Alton ..
i-hie. i:- G. AV ....
C, M. Xr St. 1 ....
Col. I'-ucI it Iron..
Illinois Cc nir.il ....
l.unls. .t- Nauli ....
Mel. ?!. Itv
Mec::n i.'eutr.ll ..
Mo.. K. - Tex ....
Mo , K. A.- I.. I'r ..
! Mo.' P;ii-lti
N V. ("Vnti-Hi
Not folk & West .
Out A: Wt
l'enii.i )l. it
JVnplo'H C.'is ... .
Pressed Ste 1 Car
Itepublli' Stfi'l ...
!-!t. I., .t Ho W ...
Southern 1'aelde .
Southern 1!. U ...
Kotttlieru It. It., I'r.
',l',',ln- tij iron... m
Tuloii I'.u-ltii. I'r.
1 . S. !.i'iith(.i- .
T. K. Steel . ...
r. 8. SUi-1. I'r
WnkiHli, I'r ...
AVheel. & I.. 11
Wis Central ..
CIIICAfiO Glt.M.V ,t PROVISION.
Onen- Hli;h. Low Closn.
NUW VOH1C COTTON" MAlMCirr.
Open llluh. Low. Close.
January s.22 s.l'2 sin ,s-;j
March Ml sit M2 .s.n
May ,s.l,-, SIS Mi S.iri
July S.IG Shi b.li) S.P5
Leal tender, deeiense
Scranton Doaid of Trade Exchange '
nuuiuuuna fui uuutinioas JJaS6d
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dally Co.. Tr.... oJ,AS,,ea
County Sav. Hank & Trust Co 3oo "'
j'irsi jmii. nunik n-.uuonuaio), ...
Third Uatlonal Bank 5S0
Dlmo Dep. & DIs. Unnk ..,.,,. w
Kconomy L., 11. & P. Co..,
First National Bank noo
Lack. Tiust .t Safe Dup, Co , 1M
urarit i: snovor .o jt
Scranton Savings Hunk
Traders' National BanK ,
Kriuntou Holt & Nut Co ,
Scranton Packing Co
Scranton Pabsonuor Itullway,
llrst mortgage, duo lajo
Peoplo's Street Railway, Urst
moitRage, duo ISIS
People's Streot Railway. Con-
crul moitgago. duo 1521
Bci anion Trac. Co., 0 per cent.
Uconomy 'L., II, .4 P. Co
N. Jersey & Pocouo Ice Co,...
Consolidated Wutor Supply Co
;. :p( 'ii' !?; Tiu $ 1 1 1 j- r i rt i i M ai
.. S"i'i R."-' " a-
..a;t :ii-s :w, .:)', -.
.. fs W r-v !!' B25t
.. M, n; .v.i, rijj?
,.10.V' Irt; 1ii.Vv Iiii, ,
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i:,i.i, i.v.i, i-r,i, i:,. i Celebrated
..mi imi inf.. jo i t,",",Ltu
.. :u r: :i " r.-i ft'
::??i s., &i s QliniU 1H!H1TE
:: s?. $k x miUm WSmlt
!:'! r0'K run. ju.ii ai i: ui
ii'i .ii'k 4i &'
mi's ks'i !''i .
in", 12U i'm ii",
:'i iiv; Wh .''.' -.i
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i".'i svft ".i'i av?. ,
Scranton Wliolesnlo Market.
(Corrected by II. O, Dale, n Lacka. Avo.)
Flour J 1.40,
or Butter-Cieameiy, S3!iaCiJc,; dairy, 23a
Dgfis Neat by, 30c.; storage, S2o.
Marrow Beans Per bushel, JJ.bo,
Onions I'er bushel, 7o.iS0c.
Potatoes 03c. per Imsliel.
They Pay the User.
If you with a hair-tone or line cut,
let the Scranton Tribune make it for
you. Our equipment for this work Is
complete and up-to-date. Wo have
facilities for doing the finest sort of
work at lowest prices and what's more,
wo do Jt. A trlul order will convince
HHHHHHr & &
Greater Opportunities I
For the selection of useful gifts for Xmas J
have never been presented ,to the people of T
Scranton than you will find here.
If it's something for mother, father, brother, &
sister or sweetheart, you will find a greater variety $
of useful articles here to select from than you
ever imagined would be sold In a hardware store.
There are many things here that will interest
you. Come and see. ?-
Have yon ever noticed a boy's eyes open when lie
feces a cliesL full of tools? Make him the proud posses
sor of a chest full on Xmas morn and he'll be the happi- J,
Prices $2.00 to $15.0
, It's the early buyer that frets best choice
Gem Food Chopper
A niachine that will save mother s time, also lessen
her work. It chops all kinds of food, from very fine to
very coarse. A gift that will be appreciated.
Prices $1.25, $1.50, $2.00
A walk through our store may help you decide
We arc justly proud
will understand why.
livery Razor warranted.
Prices $1.50 to $5.00 .
Goods purchased now will be delivered Xmas live
We Espacialiy Invite You to
, t tt ! ! V, K 0. t 3 fr 3 B P. V. V, V, V, V,
: Dickson S
Si Scranton nntl Olyphant. s
M 'A "A ' "4 "A A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A "A A A 'A
tfl Hooras 1 and 2
8 .ft. Commonwealth Bldg.
f9 SCRANTON, PA.
MINING. AND BLASTING
Hide at Uoosio ami ItuslidJla 'ctl:j.
Lafltu & Hand Powder Co.'a
OIUNGE GUN POWDER
Ulectilc Pittcrics, Ulecttlo Lxplodeu, Vx.
plodlnj Ptasts, Satcty Tuee,
REPAUNO CHEMICAL CO.'S
vnFes no two a)lko, Ordors laid
GUIPFIN ART SHOP,
. 311 Wnsliinston Ave.
I Foole & Shear Go. -1
IT -f- H t -i f Hf 1- -i, H' -. -if M H.. V. i, 4 ., y, - ... r - -ft.
'i-Tri- wevvx -T -j-f.-. - ;-- - "i- -1 1 (-- i- -y. -y -p ? -f
jf"k Oriental Rusrs
& fc $ & $ & fc $ $ 4 $
of them. If you use one you ?"
In All Sizes
At Lowest Prices
The Htghest Grades in Fine
Inspect Our liirninusliiili Ru?;s.
TRIBUNE WANT ADS.
BRING QUICK RETURNS
nrices. Owinsr to the coal
be sold within the next thirty days. Come early and secure big bargains.
SOLD AT SAME PRICE A3 AT FOUNDRY BY
FOOTE & FULLER CO.,
40'42 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
UNION CASH STORE,
DUN MORE. PA.
- ' ' , -S Ll..'i
QTO MMA O0tU
(s Silk Sale Continues
Continuation of the
GREAT SILK SALE
Fancy Silks, plain colors and black
make selections from.
1 8-Inch taffeta, full line of colors,
also black and white. Sale
19-Inch Taffeta, In colors
and black and while. Sale y.
Fancy Waist and
Handsome Plaid Silks
. Various patterns, choice colorings; Silks suitable
for all occasions; value, $1.25 and $1.39. Mon- QQr
day at, yard OVC
Black Moire Velour, 27 Inches1
wide; value, $1.30, Mon- '
day priced at
In black and colored,
mean a great saving to you.
27-inch Cashmere; colors are
navy, royal green, cardinal, purple,
castor and brown; regular price,
per yard, 1 2 V2 cents. Mon- 3
day ' 94C
45-inch Granite Cloth, red,
green and old rose; value,
50c Monday 3C
38 inches wide, blue, grey, brown and red, with white and .
black flakes: value, 59c. Monday 4C
Of Colored and Biack
Dress Goods; also Flan
nel Down Waistings at
one-third and one-half
less than regular prices.
Buy a stove made hundreds of
buy SCRAN TON STOVES at
o-pt ranairs at anv time on home -
stiike the Stove Works have
A, J. HOWLEY,
911 NORTH VJASHINQTON AVENUE,
VALUES IS THE
a vast array to
20-inch Moire, all desirable col
ors; a very fine fabric; value, -90c.
Monday, yard 05C
2'1-inch Peau de Levant, staple
colors and evening shades; '
value, SI. 25. Monday...! 9oC
I gi r d- r t i t- - -i
pink and blue, suitable
for party or evening costumes;
.value, 51.25. This Mon
go on sale at prices
Plain Flannel Walstings, 27
inches; pink, grey tan and
red; 50c value. Monday.. 3C
27-inch Striped Albatross for
waists, pink, blue, castor, red and
black; the stripes are white and.
narrow; the value, 59c. .
This sale 4C
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wT-l Illicit 1 .Ull.OJUII, UIUL, IMbUIUHl
grey and oxford a fabric of great )
worth; value, 75 cents. S
Monday 5C I
58-inch Melton Skirtings extra y
heavy; very desirable for short
skirts; conies in brown, blue
and grey mixed; value, 75c.
Mcnday O C
miles away, when you can
Foundry Prices ? You can
made stoves at wholesale
a biff stock which must