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American Liner Encounters
No Spanish Ships.
Th? Ocean Greyhound to Be Received by
tho Naval Authorities Thi? Moru?
lae Md Btr Xante Clunk?
ed to "Yule."
NEW TOKK, April 3u.?The Ameri?
can 'lane steamer Baris arrived this
morning form Southampton, after u
rough passage of seven days, seven?
teen hours and forty-five minutes,
rith nine saloon, forty-two cabin and
ninety-eight steerage passengers. The
Paris left Southampton April 11 at 2:05
P. M. After clearing the land, Cap?
tain Watkins shaped his course about
north and after a run of thirty miles
headed for home, keeping a distance of
about thirty miles from the usual
course taken in previous trips. Cap?
tain "Watkins had no fear that a Span?
ish war vessel would catch his lleety
steamer after she got sea room, but it
was thought possible that some craft
of the enemy might be lurking in the
vicinity of the channel, or in the
neighborhood of the Irish coast to
waylay the American craft. At night
every light on board the Paris was ex?
tinguished and dead lights were cov?
ered. Strict watch was maintained to
detect the approach of vessels. Leav?
ing the Lizard with the wind south?
east, then northeast, very light, the
weather became overcast and a long
westerly swell prevailed. This condi?
tion, of weather continued until the
wind became westerly and. commenc?
ing on the 23rd. increased to a gale.
The seas, with fog. rain and generally
thick weather, prevailed. On the
American coast a heavy northeast
gale, with high head seas, was en?
The Paris sighted the White Star
Uhe steamer Majestic on April 23 at
5:43 A. M. in latitude 48:35. longitude
29:29, and at 7:20 P. M. of the same
day passed a freight steamer of the
White Star Line, bound east. Nothirig
else was seen on the way across. The
Paris brought sixteen eases of muni?
tions of war and a small quantity of
miscellaneous merchandise. The Paris
entered the narrows through the field
of mines and torpedoes at fi:30 this
morning and was saluted by steam
?whistles of passing craft as she went
to.her dock. Tt is expected that the
Paris will discharge her cargo today
and will be received by the naval au?
thorities tomorrow morning, when her
name will be chanced to Tale. The
Paris has a crew of 289 and two mail
clerks. She also brought two stowa?
ON THE DIAMOND.
Results of Yesterday's Games in the
National and Atlantic Leagues.
At Brooklyn?Brooklyn, 4; Philadel?
At Washington?Washington, 7; Bos?
At Pittsburg?Pittsburg, 2; Cincin
At Cleveland?Cleveland, 1; St
Loots, 3; ten innings.
At Baltimore?Baltimore, 4; New
At Reading?Reading, 9; Hartford, 5
At. Allentown?Allentown, 4; Battens
ter, 3: thirteen Innings.
I--At Norfolk?Norfolk, C; Newark, 2.
At Richmond?Richmond, 3; Pater
NATVAL APPROPRIATION BILL.
Conference Report on the Measure Con
?idered in the House.
WASHINGTON. April 30.?Today
session of the House was devote
ohitffly to the een?!der*;ion of tha ?,n
fersnoe report upon the naval appropri?
ation t>lH presented yesterday by Chair?
men Boutelle. The report was rejected
after three hours of debate and further
conference will follow.
The only ground upon which the fight
against the report was made was found
in the Senate amendment to compen?
sate naval officers for government use
>f their invention?, and authorising
them to hive their claims for such com?
pensation adjudicated ;:i court of
claims. Mr. Bownl? led the .nipp rt of
;he amendment and M---.-IS. Oinnon and
3-ayers, tiie opposition. A resolution,
introduced by Mr. Cannon, insisting
upon eliminating the amendment, was
adopted?IIS to 42?and '.lie naval bill
then was again sent to conference.
The Speaker named as conferees upon
the j>?rt of the .House, Messrs. Cannon,
W. A. Stone, -a.-.d Sayers.
The House pa-sed the bill providing
for-the organization of a naval b.t;t.ii
lion to cbnsis't of not more titan four
companies in the district of Columbia.
At 4:2? P. M. the House .jdjourned.
Til K QUEEN OP SI-A IX.
The Personal Sid- ,,f the Young King's.'
(Ka'therine Forest it: Harpers' Hazar.)
?Every woman of Spain. Spanish or
American, thai I have met (on the
Franeo-Spanieh border) has o special
shrine in her heat; for the Queen, of
whom they sp.ok with the situ- ado?
ration with Which tlie average English
woman mentions Queen Victoria. <>v the
iverage Dutch woman Queen Emma.
My American friends t-ll nie ?-U-- bus.
to the most extraordinary degree, the
royal endowments of ta?ct and good
sense. Many of the grand- s .?:' Spoin
are of far older birth and fainiij than
?t'he Austrian Princess whom Aifotv'o
XII chose to take the place of bis Ken
tie little cousin, Mere-de.-. after her
death. Think of Marie Aiuionette and
the French, and then of the young Aus?
trian going to a land whose language
even she 'had scarcely ever heard, and
where she must win. not only her peo?
ple's, but her husband's heart: for we
all remember that in the beginning
a'M the young king's tenderness was
buried in t'he grave of his child wife.
Marie Cristine conquered her first hus?
band's love, and closed his eyes in hi*
lost sleep, and ifhey bravely and nobly
waited alone until the time of her trial
was ended, and the posthumous heir to
the throne was 'born. IBy far the b?rd?
est part or her cask lay before her then
?to reconcile the vicious Spanish par?
ties, to make Liberalism without alien?
ating t'he reactionary party of the
monarchy, and to lake her place as a
queen without offending til- pride of
those haughty grandees that we know
so well through our own Motley, on
the lookout for the least opportunity to
criticise "the Austrian," and. above ail.
to be jealous of her influence over the
young king. Ha- ever any woman in
modern times more bravely und suc
cessfully accomplished a mote hercu?
lean task? It is only through her won?
derful <vire that the little King is alive.
He Is a remarkably delicate child, but
not the imperious and haughty little
person that legend reoresents him to
be, 1 am told. On the contrary, he
has naturally a very sweet disposition,
and is tractable and kind. His health
improves constantly as lie grows older.
WEEKLY HANK STATEMENT.
NEW YORK, April :?J.?The weekly
bank statment shows the following
changes: Surplus reserve, im-i-oased.
$979,575; loans, decreased. $2,4-18.201):
specie, increased. $2.!I75,B00: legal ten?
ders, decreased. $2,574,500: deposits, de?
creased. $2,712.900; circulation, increas?
ed. $174,300. The banks now bob! $11,
504,1175 In excess of the requirements "t
the 25 vier cent. rule.
CHAIN ELEVATOR BURNED.
AUGUSTA. OA., May 1.?The Oeorgl;
railroad- elevator and warehouse <-.i
?pacily 150,000 bushels .if grain, ocenptei
by 'Lemy Miller, and the warehouse o
'Dussey and'Corswc-ll. occupied be i'. A
DoolUtle, were burned Ibis (Sunday
morning. Total loss estimated at $2011.
000. origin unknown. All clocks eotu
Continued From First Page.)
came to :i standstill and the gunboat
"?*<""?? ?hieb is guarding that port.
'?'?' > hailed. Captain Bery thereupon,
?.vein on board the flagship and had a
?onsullution with the admiral. A care?
ful (nspei tion of the Marlel harbor re?
vealed the presence of two small Span?
ish gunboats ar.il four schooners, well
01 behind an old fashioned martello
lower on one side and a rllmsv little
foil on the other. The combined bat?
tery of ib.- two "fortitlcatlons" is one
Tie- last blockade house of the west?
ward trocha loomed up on a sharp
bluff shadowing the little town.
.Mter lying for forty minutes eb.se
into Ibis picturesque harbor, with its
low. red roofed warehouses. royal
palms and mountainous setting, the
admiral pro?.led to Cabanas, saving
jokingly to the correspondent:
? Muriel look.-d altogether too peace?
ful to be disturbed."
It is believed, however, thai, in spite
..f its pea?-eful appearance, mines have
i.n laid beneath the smooth waters
? :" Cabanas harbor.
'Copyright ISiiS. by Associated Press)
ON lii'Altli TU E DISPATCH BOAT
DAI "-NT.1 JESS. VIA KEY WEST. FLA.
April 1!0.?The 'Dauntle-\s, dispatch boat
f the Associated Prest*. returned to
K y West this afternoon, after a lifty
'in hours" eruis" of one hundred miles
thing the northern coast or Cuba.
The Cincinnati was visited by the
Duuttless vesterdoy. Captain Chester
ir.d nil tie- officers or the cruiser are
?mi. !i pleased with the result of the
bombard-m nt ..r Wednesday. They be
iieve they rendered the batteries of Ma
tonzas useless, as 'they have given no
signs of activity since then. Tile Span?
ish troops can easily !>?- seen on shore
.'?.on ib.- deck ..r tli" Cincinnati.
'No seizures have been made recently
by ar.y vessels of the fleet, though
;'r." Cincinnati held up a fishing schoon?
er, whose crew was badly frightened.
They offered their entire catch for their
release. The scluioner was allowed to
go. There are two small Spanish gun?
boats which are evidently trying to
s".i;..- from Cuban waters. Captain
Evan... of tli- towu. told the correspond?
ent that he had' seen them a long dis?
tance off. but they were very shy, and
would not come near enough -to be shot
?it. and afterward ran back into port.
It will be next to Impossible for it hem
... es.-ai,... the vigilance of the squad
Except the Spanish cruiser Alfonso
, XIII. a hopeless cripple, there 1s noth?
ing in Havana harbor which could not
lie blown out of the water by tbe M-.iy
! Mower or Mangrove. iAII tbe officers of
t'he lle.t positively hunger for news
from the United States, particularly re?
garding the movements of the army
or the doings of the Spanish ships at
Cape Verde' Islands.
iFlorida straits is not a sheet of water
io i.e selected for a pleasure cruise,
particularly for a 150 ton dispatch boat
..r wicht, such as are use.) for carry
inir' dispotchei--. The Lee sides of the
hens .ire under water hair the lime,
great volumes of .--pray dashing over the
pilot house, and land lubbering war
correspondents are thrown violently out
of their bet-Mis at night. In addition,
they have to fake their meals while
holding onto ? stanchion with one hand,
which Iras been t'he common order ol
tilings on board since the blockade com?
menced a we.-k ogo. The prevailing
eastcrrv winds, blowing in a directior
opposite to that of the course of tin
gulf stream, stir up (in ugly sea ir
the narrow channel between the island
of Cuba 'and the Florida Keys, whicl
Pies- tits more terrors to the newspaipei
men than any contemplated engage?
ment between the American and Span
M' KANE A Fit EE MAN.
KING SIN?;, N. Y., April HO.?Johr
Y. Mi-Kane, the former "Czar of Conej
Island." ?.ipleted a term of live years
in tin- slat.- prison here today and is
now a free man.
WILL WORK TODftY]
(Continued from First Page.)
sea under Commander Miller. She Is
very fast and will catch the collier Sa- I
turn, which left here yesterday under
MAT SAIL SOON.
'WASHINGTON. April SO'.-It was re
poiteo this evening in departmental
envies that the Hying squadron was
abou: to sal! from Fortress Monroe
The officials refused to affirm or deny
the correctness of this statement, but
it is assumed that if the report is true
the vessels are to be used as scouts
to detect the approach of the Spanish
The echerae which was placed on foot
several days ago looking to the organ?
ization of a hattery of light artillery In
this city will in all probability fall
through, unless it is organized with
view to serve as a home defense only I
and entirely distinct from the State mi?
Mr. C. C. Berkley, representing
number of young men who were anx?
ious to form a battery for home de?
fense, wrote to Adjutant General Nalle,
o't Richmond and today received a re?
ply in which the latter stated that the
most advisable plan would be to have
the men who are back of the movement
enlist either in the Huntington Rifles
or the Peninsula Guard at Hampton, as
both of these companies will probably
require more men.
The letter to Mr. Berkley reads as I
"Mr. C. C. Berkley.
"Newport News, Vo.
"Sir:?There are but three regiments |
or infantry called for from this State.
There are already formed the necessary J
number of companies for these regi
ments. Some of them, however, are ]
still recruiting the number required.
One of these companies is in your
town. The Gowrnor will not author?
ize the rormatioa of any more new
companies, and I would suggest that
your efforts be in the direction of turn?
ing out the best company ycu can in
?the organization already formed (Com?
pany C, Fourth Regiment). There is
also a company ?t Hamptoa (D), which
will proba.bly need some <"f the men to
which you refer. No otter companies
tire "likely to be needed.
The idea of for.u?f aT1 artillery 'bat
it is eaid. Wit/to make application
id will be
he men at
.he" head of the/inoveimenit were to en
l.st with the utdersitanding that they
vvere to be sent anywhere the Ameri?
can il u.gwas drfurled It is probable
that the bat'terv viil ?>'* :be formed, not
withstonding th? discouraging letter
from Adjutant Generar Nalle. The bat
terv placed at Poini 'Breeze and the
suns mounted it if* shipyard must '
oe manned, and thef is no reason why
volunteers from Nefport News should |
not be accepted. ???*???
Writ "rug on the u?ent need of artil
lery men an anmy.??'?' s3-^
??The need of fr h?ur ls heavy ar?
tillerymen. They"""-1 n,lt born?they
must be -made t thorough drill and
earefill training.. '.
The methods 1 service of heavy
gun* in fortifi<no"'* have changed
verv much in-*e last thirty years,
but the gener principles are. subse
ouently the sa*- There is a difference
in loading, firS. *n ?S*, calibre and
dimensions. , v ? >
"The old 'ano 10-inch columbiads
and 9 and ll'oh Dahlgrens were great
gun* in the wai"' and when we had
evolved ihe;S>"mch Rodman, with Us
charge of Pounds of powder and
i 4511-pound Shot, p?nevr?vU?e to in-oho?
o iron at a 1,000-yard range, we began
titling that the limit lad been reached.
But compare the monster Rodman
wh the 100-ton Aritftrong. shot 2.000
irands penetration 2/1-2'inches; 71-ton
ku'OU shot 1.715 jVunds, penetration
?"SiiK-lves, and 81-W Woolwich, shot
1-.0 pounds, penetWion 24 1-2 inches. |
ail it w ill be readi? seen how wonder- j
i"i has been the development of the 1
tery. it is i-aid. warf to imnc ai
for assignment ti the steel
structure fort wjcti it is sai.
placed at Point freeze, but th
nctens? at ?TtiU?py in *??e?t yaa-v?,
ffiPh* lest n?mf4'ffujs. * test on :o??
occasion, fired a.' ^h?t iJhaf plowed a
tfenoh in a sandbanK 3" ieet tons. 13
fee* wide and 9 feet deep.
"?Electricity, too. is a, imost potent
factor, the effective use of which. In
Its aplpleation to the service of guns
and the defense of fortifications, re
I quires careful instruction 'to Hie men
Idetailed to manoeuvre the immense ma?
chines of modern wurfare.
"It U no longed: 'Form battery!
Sponge! Load! In battery! Fire! !'
"The 'modern breach-loader, with Its
perfect machinery lor hoisting and load?
ing ammunition, its range finder and
other scientific apparatus for aiming
at the foe, requires quick and intelligent
service. _ . _
"It Is no wonder that Uncle Sam
wants to put his gunners under in?
struction at once."
A womanly woman neither worships
nor hates a man.
The fog-horn is one of the hassest
?things on earth.
Many a would-be poker player makes
a mistake in his calling.
Women are extremities; they are eith?
er better or worse 'Chan men.
Laziness is the father of prejudice
and ignorance 'Is the mother
The nohlest study of m&n&iad may
be man bun his favorite study is wo
It^ough-t to be some consolation to
a "'to to know that history repeats
ftselfc . , iiti??*AuAjfli?
Negligee shirts guaranteed after
washing to fit you-and not the baby.
Woodward & Womble. "
"Window screens, 15c up. Adam?'
Racket Store._ "
Patent, wood and stone churns,
wood war? supplies. Adams' Racket
'Whiskey and beer glosses, blown or
thread decanters, brambar trays. Ad?
ams' Radket Store. t?
Although the pay is liberal and the
military rank substantial in the army
medical department of the British ser?
vice, it is found difficult to get army
doctors, says an exchange. At present,
the establishment only numbers 810.
while, in spite of the lowering of the
standard by abolishing the rule that
those who have already failed twice at
the entrance examination shall not be
permitted to compete again, there has
been an insufficient number of candi?
dates for the advertised vacancies of
the present year. This does not refer
to the army medical service in India,
but to the home service. The whole
matter is being very freely discussed
in the English papers.
A Nobleman In Exile.
Philadelphia boasts of a teacher of
noble blood. Count Antanas Alexan
drowicz Jocis, who has charge of ons
of the night schools. He is a Lithuani?
an. While a student in the University
of St. Petersburg he was arrested for
sedition and sentenced to exile in Sibe?
ria. He escaped, was captured again,
and escaped again after a desperate
fight, and, after conducting a Liberal
paper in Tilsit, Germany, finally came
Gneii? Ride In a Patrol Wntron.
The hackmea of Topeka, Kan., have
declared war on Mayor Fellows. He
gave a party to his friends night be?
fore last, and in order to save them
the expense of hiring hacks to take
them home he called the "hurry-up"
wagon from the po'ice station anifor
dered the driver to make a general de?
livery of his guests at their respective
places of abode.. .
Defends Mm. piek?>t.
It was 'stated In the Dally Press sev.
era! days ago that Magruder Camp.
No. 36. Confederate Veterans, would
ta'ke cognizance of the resolutions pass?
ed "by the local W. C. U.. assailing
?her for her alleged action et the chris?
tening here of the battleship Kentucky.
At a regular meeting of the camp Fri?
day night The following resolutions
"Whereas, the launching of the bat?
tleship Kentucky, held in this city on
March 24, 1898. was graced by the
presence of Mrs. George E. Pickett,
widow of the -late General George E.
'Pickett. of the Confederate States Ar?
my and hero of Gettysburg; and
"Whereas, Mrs. Pickett was the hon?
ored guest of the State of Virginia, at
the special invitation of the State Exe?
"?Whereas, certain resolutions and
charges published by the members of
the 'Woman's Christian Temperance
Union' reflect on the ladylike deport?
ment of Mrs. Pickett on that occasion;
"Whereas, Mrs. pickett denies most
emphatically the truth of these charges,
"'?Resolved, That in the question of
veracity involved between the 'Wo?
man's Christian Temperance Union'
and Mrs. Pickett, the members of Ma
gruder Camp, No. 36, Confederate
Veterans of Virginia, from a knowledge
of the Christian virtues. womanly
worth and stainless character of Mrs.
George E. Pldkett, unhesitatingly ex?
press their belief that her denial is
sufficient for the truthfulness of her
"Resolved, That 'these resolutions be
spread on the minutes, published in
the city papers, a copy sent to Mrs.
Pichett, and a copy to the local W. C.
"W. W. FAULKNER,
"THOlMAS IN. E'UlBANK,
ABOUT NOTSD PE?PXJB,
A son of the Conrvderate General. J.
B. Hood, who was one of .the moat resit
less fighters In the civil war, has been
commissioned by *he Governor of Lou?
isiana to raise a regiment.
Dr. Nansen Is to visit Vienna*, early
in May to lecture before the Geosrsjph
?Icail Society of that city on the 6th. Af?
ter his return to Europe he was recall?
ed to Christiana by the illness of his
youngest child and remained tor some
time at his home in the country, near
Fashion demands large checks for
suits. 'We are satisfied with very small
one. Woodward & Womble. tf
General Rai Esiate,
Fire, me ana AGciaeni insurance Poems.
We represent leading Insurance Com?
panies of the world and writ*
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT IN?
SURANCE AT REASONABLE
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
in the best business and residential
sections of Newport News.
Houses Sold on Small Cash
and monthly sums thereafter, amount?
ing to about what is pa.< for teat
Local Investment securties of all
kinds dealt in and bought and sold.
Loans negotiated on collatterals and
city real estate. Information cheer?
fully furnished to parties desiring it
invest or rent. Correspondence solici?
Owners of real estate ond city seen'
rltles are invited to list their propertt
with us for sale.
Notary Public In our offloa.
Is excited now to the highest pitch : not over
warn^ws; but over the very low prices we have been
quoting on our goods.
Always a new stock to select from.
Good Matting at 12 ? cents per yard and up..
White Enameled Beds with Brass Caps, all sizes, at
\'d 50 and up.
We have a Solid Oak, f> Drawer, Chiffonier, at $3.75.
Baby Carriages ; a fine line ; the celebrated Hey wood.
I at prices so low we even feel cheap in telling them.
The finest line of Refrigerators on earth, so when you
hear the name Farson you can guess the rest.
Sideboads and China Closets galore, the litest styles
and war prices.
In fact everything we have in the house are bargains,
and all prices are special. - ~\Ve have goods good enough
for a king and also cheap enough for a miser. Save your
pennies?stop drinking for one week and buy your house
full of furniture with them. Don't feel bashful if you
haven't got the cash ; we will give 3'ou good easy terms,
but please don't tell anyone,
Hoping to be of service to you, I am
Yours very tru'.v5 ??
JV\. .H LAS
2803 & 2805 WSHINGTO
With irresistible power and no obstacle vill or can impede our wonderful progress i
reducing prices in every line of Dry (jfocds and Millinery
Variety being the spice of life, we come again this/wee with new and nicer goods at lower prices, knowing by the past thi
you will thoroughly appreciate our endeavors to give you aji tlu is best in Dry Goods and Millinery at prices that place them withi
your reach. If you should not find what you are in mine! of i the list of goods given below, remember that they represent but a smal
part of our fine stock, for time and space limits us to mentioningut a lew of the bargains we have to offer. So call at our store and you
will be sure to find what you need.
We wish, now that the warm weath?
er has come to stay, to call your at?
tention to the large and handsome line
ot Lawns, both In light and dark col?
ors, at 6 l-2c, 7 l-2c, 9e and 12 l-2c per
Madras Cloth only 12 l-2c per yard.
Jaconet Lawns 121-2 and 15e per
Percales 6 l-2c, 8c, 9c and 12 l-2c per
Duck Cloth, very low at lue per yard.
Ginghams, all patterns, 5c, 6c, 8c, 10c
and 12 l-2c per yard.
India Linen, ail grades, from 5c to
25c per yard.
In Table Linen we have the best ob?
tainable for the money, 25c, 50c, 7f.o,
Towels all prices from 5c to GOc a
Are always needed; they are composed
of the small but useful articles that
go to make up the finishing touehes of
the toilet, for Instance Collars. A
brand new line of the latest styles at
Mc; belter ones at 15c or two for 25c.
Handkerchiefs, fine and delicate,
from 5c, 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c. 19c, &c.
In Hosiery we cany a complete line,
black und colors, 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c a pair.
Corsets, Ions and short waists,
heavy, medium and summer weights,
colored and white, at prices ranging
from $1.00 and 75c for the best to a
good, serviceable corset for 50c and
Gloves, guaranteed, but not guaran?
teed by us, tan and black. 69c. Also
other grades at 9Se and $1.25.
Chamois, white. S!)c.
White Kid at $1.00.
Hells in leather, all Colors, 10e up to
Jeweled Pelts, very handsome and
stylish, 2!)c, 69c, 75c and $1.25.
Ladies- Ribbed Vests 5c. 10c and 25c.
Crash Skirts, new line, w more,
Check Duck Sts.
Checked Duck Skirts, v double,
50 DOZEN SHIRT-WAISTS WITH
WHITE COLLARS, THIS WEEK
Blue or Black Di Skirts
Hlue or black Duck SkVery nice,
bride or bridesmaid.
Chiffons, all colors, at 75c.
Narrow Chiffon, all shade
Ribbon Chiffon, worth 25c, now 15c.
Liberty Silk, plain, all colors, 75c.
25 dozen Children's Hats, .worth 50
and 75c; our special price
Liberty Silk, pleated, in all shades.
Mousseline De Soi, all shades,
10 dozen Children's Hats, trimmed
and untrimmed, worth 89c and $1.00.
In all colors, worth a"d $1.00;
our price $1.98.
White China Silk T,ls a* 9Sr..
Others with ruffles, : goods and
silk lace, $1.25 and $1.
Should be arrayed in beautiful gar?
ments on her wedding day; her trous?
seau should be dainty, pretty and up
to-date. We have everything to
choose from in White Satins or col?
ors, chiffons, laces, beaded garments,
fancy trimmings of all kinds for the
$1.25 and $1.50 Children's Hats, this
1 case Short Rack Panama Sailors,
our special bargain,
1 case Straw Hats on frames, white
Black Taffeta, No. 60, special.
We also carry a full line of all
shades in solid colors and fancy
stripes and plaids which are being sold
at prices that cannot be duplicated
anywhere. Flag Ribbon; be patriotic
and show your colors;
7c per yard
10 pieces plaid ribbon that usually
sells elsewhere for 35, our price
25 pieces Moire Ribbon, No. 40, reg?
ular price 25c, for this week.