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THE RBPUBIjIC: SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1000.
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CUBA FRETS FOB
'Absolute Independence Is the Plat
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ywssoaoaTsrsre SET THE STANDARD OF STYLE' AND QUALITY by I
& & rw rw6& wnicn otner nouses are measures wnne our low
I VJf m4iy M Ja Prices have absolutely no rivals.
PROTECTORATE NOT WANTED.
General Fitzlmgh Lee Talks of Ex
isting Political Conditions on
the Isl:ind and Its Prob
Washington, Sept. 22. General Fltzhugh
3e. -who. has returned from Cuba on a
leave of absence. Is st the Shoreham.
HpeaWng of Use situation In Cuba he said
"The Cubans have held their local elec
tions preliminary to the establishment of a
Bovermaerit for the Island, and will meet
In convention November 5 to provide for
ttu machinery of government. By tho
terms of the fourth clause of the resolu
tion of Intervention to secure tho freedom
of Cuba, Congress disclaimed cny Inten
tion to exercise sovereignty over Cuba, ex
cept for the pacification of the Island, nnd
j-roinlee-l to leave the government and con
trol of the Island to Its people, when that
chould be accomplished.
"Under this declaration steps hr.ve been
taken locklnr to the establishment of a
itablt government by tho people. In the
exercise of franchise those who served in
tho army of the revolution ngalns-t Spain
ere excepted frora the restriction placed up
n tho voter that he must be possessed of
tMO worth of property or be able to road
nd write. All who served In the revolu
tionary army are at liberty to vote with
"The 'revolutionary party. wMch has
been largely successful In ilia recent elec
tions, desires Immediate Independence,
without any sort of protectorate, control or
eupervtslou by the United State, and the
Immediate withdrawal of the American
troops The more conservative ieople,
merchants and business men, many of
nhorn are Spanish, and the Cubans of some
wealth ani substantial business Interests,
together with the foreigners, of whom
there are many, desire continuance of the
iu;rrvi6kin of the United States.
Cuba' roreljjn Iti-Iullom.
'The United States undertook the respon
sibility fcr tee establishment of a stable
form of government and Is pledged to the
protection of the British, Uerman. Trench
and other foreign s-bjects residing and do
In buBtnek in Cuba. If the Cubans form
on entirely Independent government, reject
ing ail supetvi3iun or control by the United
Spates, and the United Slate-, acquiescing,
withdraws its troops, relinquishing all au
thority, a question arises as (o the guaran
teed proteci.ou of tureen Interests. If any
disjruer shuuid ar.se and torein subjects
i-hcuid be l.ij red aid foreign tnie.ests suf
fer, ail rep- 'i-ibility being abandoned by
tlie Lulled ritatew, the Power wboe sub
jects v.ece Injured or whose intercut i wtte
threatens! would undoubtedly bend v.ar
teasels, perhaps many uf them, to the ports
of Cuba to inimre the protection which we
no longer gave and to compel reparation if
injury hud l-een d- ne. You understand what
this would nitun?
"I do not know what this Government will
do If a Government whUh rejects all con
nection with the United States Is organized
ui.il the -withdrawal of our troops demanded.
It may lie. if tu-'ie Is plain Indication of dis
order or Inability on the part of the newly
f ormed Go eminent to presr e order and to
protect foreisneis, that we will retain troop4
on the Island fur the purpose of protectioa
until the rtabUltr of the new Government i3
As to the Constitutional Convention, he
"Jverj'lhlns In connection with It Is prob
lematical and experimental. If the Cuban
can frame a constitution and prove their
ability to govern themselves, so well and so
Kood; but If they can't do this for them
beliep tell, then, torziebody will have to do
It for them."
'General, do you nntlclpate any trouble In
CuhaT" ho was aslted.
"Qulen sabo' he answered, evasively,
with a shake if his head. "
That's tpanlh lor 'uho knows" he ex
plained. JOHN KENNEDY DIEDSUDDENLY.
IWIdely Kno'mi as Dry Goods Man
John Kennedy, a floorwalker at Famous
and ono of the best known r.'tall dry
toods men in this city, died suddenly yes
terday morning about S o'llocl: ut hl3
home. No. llli 3ay.ird avenue. The Im
mediate cause cf death was haart diseas-.
Friday Mr Ktnnedy wai la perfectly good
health and attended business as usual. In
tha evenlnc, however, he complained of
At an early hour yesterday be bqcame
very much worse and medical aid was
tailed. The phyjlclan tsho attended him
labored for two hours with Mr. Kennedy
In hope of raving his life. Shortly before
i: o'clock the patle-st's condition took a
turn for the worse and all hopo was aban
doned. At a few minutes past 8 o'clock he
expired, surrounded by his immediate
Mr. Kennedy was born in Ireland fifty
four years ajto. lie camo to till country
us a mer boy and moved to Bt. Ixiuls
Fhcrtly after the Civil War. After his mar
rlaKO he became engaged In the retail dry
(,-oo-Js business. He was for neveral yearj
manager of the Grand Leader, and was
nJyo In the employ of Bchaper Brothers
and Penny & Gentles.
Tlie dtce&i-td leaves c widow and three
unmarried daughters. The f mural will
lake place from the family residence to St.
forge's Kplscopal Church to-morrow
afternoon. The exact lour has not been
t-et The Ilevereml Doctor Holland will
read the burial service. Tho following
entlemen will act as pallbtarers: Joseph
jYanklin, Jnhn t'rawfwci, Thomas Caulfor,
Alf-xandcr i'tnny. Louis Tlsch and IL 1C
WILL CROSS THE CONTINENT.
Party of Scientists Will Study tlie
Washington, Sept. 1 Georpo T. IW1, once
n, mt-mber of the Unltwl States recrt serv
ice force, wtli leave Washington Tu-Bday,
uccompanied by his wife and Irulu ii. Gil
bert of Ijaurel. Md.. on a wanon trip over
land across the continent. Tho Jourr.y Is
xpected to t-mbrace over 10.OX) miles of
Mr. GKhct Is an experienced photogra
pher. The Itinerary "f the travelers has been
arranged ro a-, to ketp them as far away
from railroads as possible. In order to get
new lmir(ssions of the people and their
habits and coi ditions, as well aa of the
Tho Smithsonian Institution nnd the Car
mgle Institute cf Pittsburg regard the trip
a- one of Inter sting possibilities.
Tho outl't comprUej two hoes, a covered
wagon 9 fct 6 Inches long, two tents
x9 feci, folding cots, folding chairs.
fuldint; tables, an oil stove, gun", ammuni
tion and many other necessary articles-. The
jarty trpects to be gone two years or more.
1 BRIDE ELECT WAS TOO YOUNG.
William Hall and Mins Hosclle
Didn't Get a License.
William L. Hall and Mlsa I.ydla Kosellc.
both of No E5S7 Manchester avenue, applied
lite yestenlav afternoon to Luputy License
Clerk Leonhardt for a marriage license, but
Ktre com- thed to defer their wedding until
Monday, because the bride Is not quite lb
years old. and she brought no letter frora
her father, approving the Issuance of a 11
tense. The prospective bridegroom and tbe brldo
lect took the matter philosophically nnd
promised to return Monday. Miss Kosello
was accompanied by her brother, a lad of
nbout 10 years, and at first it was thought
uhe- had maraged to leuve home to marry
under tho pretext of taking the boy out for
si walk. However, both Mr. Hall and Mi-3
Itoselle said there arc no objections lo the
marriage, so far as they know, and they
eemed to think there Is no doubt but that
tbey will be married with parental consent
rally In the week.
This department offers i!eit:s
here that can never be duplicated
njrain at these prices. Timely
purchases are responsible.
Black Velveteen Dre-ss IJtiidinj.'.
."-yard pieces, plain or corduroy,
Good quality Itrut-h Kdjje Skirt
P.indinj:, all colors, per yard. He
Pest quality Horn Waist I '.ones, I
all length, per dozen .c.
Pest quality Cotton Hone fasinir
Silk Stitch, all color.-, iver pa, .V.
Good quality Hump Hooks and
Eyes, black or white, all .sizes, per
Good quality P.lack Sewimr Silk,
all letters, per spool, 4c.
Leather Goods Dept.
This department, beyond doubt
the largest and completest in the
West, is loaded down with novel
ties of all descriptions.
Combination Pocketboolfs, 2,"c
Chatelain Hags. 25c to 7.50.
An immense line of Card Cases,
Hill Hooks, Bill Folds, Letter
Cases, Writing Tablets, etc, etc.
in short, every item in endless
variety, we offer for to-morrow.
Finger Hooks, in black or colors,
including sil.er initial, 50c.
till V -"V ' . T3 '." - '-- ." SO
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The new style Wrist Bag, th
latest Parisian fad, in black and
all colors, well made, all chamois
lined, actual value 1.00 to 2.00,
for 50c each.
Qelle Freres" Perfumes
and Toilet Articles.
Black Dress Goods.
There is a touch of elegance
about an entire black costume
that never attaches to any other
line. Every fashionable woman,
regardless of age, includes at
least one such in her wardrobe.
Barr's are showing greater vari
ety than ever.
C-lr.ch Black Mohair Pierola Cloth, only
tt-lnch Black All-Wool Fhoodah Cloth,
4:-lneh r.lack All-Wool Crepe I'Ks Chene.
the new mitcrlal for shirt vval-ts. 51..
i.Mrch lilacl: All-Wool rrench lleng.i
47-Inch Itlaclc All-Wool Satin Cloth
the right thing for tailor-made suit", Sb5.
:.1-Inch Illaek All-Wool Camel's Hair
Chev lot. I1.X-.
14-inch r.lHclc Brocaded Camel's Hair,
quite new. 51,75.
New styles in black and white nnd
black and purple Flannelettes, In endless
"The Master Christian." the new
book by Marie Corelli, is the most
remarkable of recent publications.
It will appeal to Roman Catholic
and non-Catholio alike, .lust re
ceived at Barr's. Price 1.15.
"From India to tho Planet Mars." by
"Sons of Morning." by Edn Phtll
potts. author of '-Children or the Mist."
"Oliver Cromwell." by Theodore Roose
velt, "Robert Orange." by John Oliver
"A Vain Sacrlflc?," by Mrs. Lovett
"Father Anthonj-." by Itobert Buch
anan. "Russia Against India," by Archibald
"Gal's Gossip." by Arthur Illnstead.
'The Complete Palml't." by NIblo the
best book on palmistry published: many
full-page drawings; considered even bet
ter than Clieiro's, nnd ro much cheaper
l ' u - .
Russian Bhvs' Suits
Ages 2 to 8, soft blue cheviot,
shield and collar neatly embroid
ered and braided, white kid belt,
Knickerbocker trousers, 5.00.
Ages ." to 10, navy and Napoleon
blue, cardinal, garnet and brown
serge, stripes, checks and mix
tures, in worsteds, cashmeres
and cheviots, handsomely em
broidered and braided, with and
without extra collars and shields,
an elegauL assortment of fine
Sailor Suits, 5 to 10.
Ages o to 10, an immense assort
ment of these mannish little Suits,
the choicest product of the best
manufacturers, 3.98 to 10.
Youths' Top Coats
ful coloring: and novel materials, combined! Ass is to 20, wg values inFash-
, -, . 1 . 1 , -, . j 1 , r i ionable Coats. 7, S.50, 10 and
in Kaleidoscopic Dienamg mar. is as iasci-1 12.50.
SLcUhcJ Mt llsrr'H and Slion-iag tie Latest Path Millinery. I.'Atzloa.
To-morrow we shall have some newlv
arrived French Hats to show you notably
the "L'Aiglon," which is the leading style in
Paris, crowning, as it does, the revived Na
poleonic costuming with its picturesque and
charmingly becoming effect Rich and beauti-;
Fall Top Coats
Aires S to lt, every np-to-date,
well dressed boy has a Fall Top
Coat; we are showing a wonder
fully clever line, including all the
novelties in material and tailoring
worn by fashionable men, com
plete assortments at 5, 7, 3.50
The "Haicarden" Youths' and
Young Men's Suits
Sizes np to .17 chest measure; we
have this ultra fashionable style
in many extreme and exclusive
materials; the choicest and best
obtainable, P2..r0, 15 and IS.
Doubh-Brcasica Vest Suits
Ages 10 to 1G, made of the choi
cest patterns in foreign and do
mestic Scotches, cassimeres and
worsteds, single pieces of foreign
goods bought of the importer and
made to our special order to
please the tno3t fastidious boys,
elegant assortment, 7 to 15.
IXm't forget we are headqunrters for
the latest and most artistic stationery.
See our new "sill; fiber bond" In all the
nating as it is artistic, are features of Barr's j
beasonable Millinery. Our illustration
shows four hats sketched by Barr's special
1,000 new Early-to-Wear Turbans and Toques; all prices,
from $2.50 to $10.00. About 80 styles.
A special display for the children all colors and 20 sep
Grand Handkerchief Spe
cial at 5c Each.
2,000 dozen Men's Fancy Cen
ter, Hemstitched Handker
chiefs; good quality; regular
price 15c each a flyer
At 5 Cents Each.
A complete assortment of this
popular line to be found at our
Toilet Department. Our recom
mendation and guarantee with
Mikado Face Powder, large box,
Glycerine Tooth Paste, Large
size, 75c: small, 42c.
The Shoe Store
nas a great value for Monday and
Tuesday. We limit it to those :
two days, .so you'll not be disap-1
pointed by thinking Wednesday ,
will do for these 5.00 sroe at
o.9S. Ladies' finest kidskin shoes
hand-made, lace or button. !
turns and welts and for two days j
only, 3.93. !
1-f OZn Indies Prawers. umbrella
SJ.I istJL Eh.ipj. trimmed with hemstitch
ed tucked ruffle.
If tfln I.idhs' IiraA.'rs, cambric or
Jll tJiyv muslin, cmbrjldirtd c-r laco
trimmed, open or closed. i
li KHr Jdles Knit Corbet Cover
.XL O'JL -ith riCCT:s, nnulud with silk '
etltching. In white only.
OKr Ladies' Knit Corset Covers, i
tVC. without sleeve', in white only. I
1-f f?Z Ladle3 Flanntletto Gowns, In
a- UOL light co.orcd stripes, doublo j
joke ba-Jt and front, full size.
Has again been enlarged. Two 3ears ago, when we greatly increased the space devoted to ready-to-wear garments for
ladies and children, we thought the space assigned to it would be ample for 3ears to come. Now it has crowded its
limits and is still not large enough for the volume of trade. That there is a reason for this in the beautifully made gar
ments we sell our public at lower prices than far less desirable ones are offered for elsewhere a visit to the department
will show. Not a style or fabric that has received Dame Fashion's cachet of approval for the Fall and Winter of 1900 is
missing only the high prices are conspicuously absent. New Tailor Suits, Dress Skirts, Golf Capes, Furs, Cloth
Capes, Golf Skirts, Jackets, Silk and Wool Waists, Tea Gowns, Wrappers and Children's Cloaks.
At $10.00 A dozen different styles of new suits at
this popular price. lUons, tight-fitting and reefer styles,
made of Cheviots, Mohairs, Homespuns, Coverts and
mixtures colors tire jay, black, tan, brown and blue
Coats and waists all silk-lined Xew inverted plaJt skirts
brand-new Fall Suits at only 10.00.
At $13.S0 and $15.00 Swell new Blouse Suits, made
of fine black and blue Venetians silk-lined blouses
new inverted pleat skirts handsome garments many
styles beautifully tailored.
At $16.50. 518.00 and $20.00 Hundreds of new
Suits in blouse and reefer e0ccts plain and trimmed all
strictly men-tailored new sleeves, ncv skirts all high
class, up-to-date garments.
Light and Medium Weight Coats.
V.'c are clearing all our medium-weight Jackets in all
colors, styles ami materials over 2,000 coals nt less than
one-half regular prices $1.98, $2.98, SJ.98, SS.00,
$7.50, 5S.75 and $10.00.
Girls' New Keefers 4 to 14 Years.
Nobby little winter Reefers and Bor Coats, for girls
and misses 5 styles from which to select both smooth
end rough materials plain and trimmed all colors,
reds, blues, taus, browns nnd castors prices $1.98, $2.98,
$3.98, $5.00, $7.50 and up to $25.00.
Girls' Dresses 4 to 14 Years.
New one and two piece Dresses of handsome all-wool
materials, in plain novelties and plaids all colors over
50 different styles prices, 51.98, 52.98, $3.98, $5,00
New Dress Skirts.
$5.00 for new Cheviot nnd Homespun Flare Skirts
colors black, blue end gray perfect in every detail of
style, fit and workmanship.
$5.00 for new Black Crepon Skirts inverted pleat
backs all dressmater made best of linings end bind
ings. $7.50 for fine Black Taffeta Silk Skirts made with
new circular fionncs trimmed with silk ribbon well
New Golf and Walking Skirts.
Hundreds of brand-new Skirts just arrived all ia
tcrials, such ns pebble Cheviots, plaid back Coyerts end
Homespuns, Kerseys and Sibilines all colors, black,
blues, browns, tans, oxfords and light grays over 20 dif
ferent styles all beautifully tailor stitched prices frora
$15.00 down to S3.O0.
New Woo! and Silk Waists.
$2.98 for Beautiful Plaid All-Wool Waists rich pat
terns and colorings extraordinary values.
$3.08 and $5.00 for Arut;nificent French Flannel and
Venetian Waists all beiutifully trimmed and embroi
dered every color imaginable.
$5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 for New Silk Dress nnd
Shirt Waists best quality taffeta silks in beautiful col
oringsinnumerable styles at these popular prices.
Sketched at Barr's.
SPECIAL NOTICE Orders taken for Fur
Garments of all kinds. Furs repaired and
remodeled at reasonable rates. A First
Class Furrier is in charge.
By express daily we are receiv
ing the newest of handsome Silk3,
but the prime favorite in silken
textile's Crepe de Chene, and no
wonder! nold the soft, clinging
fabric in your hands, note its
capabilities for costuming accord
ing to the revived Napoleonic
fashion, and you'll grow enthu
siastic over it, too. Our stock is
very complete of plain and broche
Crepe de Chene, with price-range
from $1.00 to 5.50 per yard.
The following special values will
keep Barr's silk aisle crowded:
21-inch Colored Printed Warp
Taffetas, excellent for lininss of
nil description, worth 1.50, 7c.
21-inch Black Kegence Silk,
worth 51.25, S5c.
20-inch Colored Hemstitched
Striped Taffetas, in full range of
desirable colors, worth $1.35, S5c.
21-inch Black Swiss Peau de
Soie, worth ?1.25, ?1.00.
22-inch Satin Liberty Broche, in
colors white, tan, navy, gray,
gobelin, worth ?2.00, ?1.25.
23-lnch Pekin Striped Satin,
worth 3.00, L75.
There's a new line of waist ma
terials now so popular to be
opened Monday. You'll And them
on central table you've come to
recognize as the Drees Goods Bar
gain Center. Plain and Plaid
Chudda Cloth, Printed Henriet
tas, Embroidered Henriettas.
rs-tnch English Henrietta. 29 different
colors to select from, at 23c yard.
ES-lnch All-Wool Homespuns, extra,
heavy, all colors, at SCc jard.
45-Inch Iluddersfleld Tweeds (don't fait
to see this line) at 65a yard.
-Ineh Ail-Wool Storm Ecrire. extra
Etronir and durable, at Tlo yard.
EO-lnch All-Wool Homespuns at 85o yard.
W-lnch AU-WooI Ilcmespuns at JLOO
62-Inch All-Wool Broadcloths, twill fcacX
nnd the best cloth on the market, at $LC0
CMcch AU-Wocl Venetian Cloth Mix
ture?, the best thin? for usUned suits anl
eklrts, at SL2 yard.
N. B. Another shipment of
Plaid Back Golfings to be opened
Monday. They are very popular.
Millions of Bargains for Monday in Qur Great Basement
THE MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT
OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA.
Are sold by us nt less than
half the prices asked by
regular- sewing mechine
Our machines are all guar
anteed for ten years.
Are as good as any ma
chyie in the world that is
sold for $25.00.
Are the same that regu
lar dealers ask $G5 for.
Remember, we sell more
Sewing Machines than
any three retail houses in
the city combined.
For Monday Only.
Taney Wroucht Iron Turltlih
Lantern, colon d Kiass panels,
special Frlce for ilondnv. JLK.
Wrojght Iron Turkish Iin
tfni, fancy deMgn. red and
villow kUis p.inels. special
pi ice for Monday, $iS5.
fhina Parlor Limp, in Nile
prien. nicely decorated, center
draft burner, coranleto a.lth
i itlobo; social price for Mon
J day, J4.2:.
China Banquet Iimp, with
roe decoration. Royal burner,
helcht of lamp Zj im lies, com
plete with globe; tpeckil pr.ee
for Monday. Jt vi.
Chini Parlor Lamp, various
fhades and decoration-, cen
ter draft burner, brass or
bronze trlmmit.?s: special price
for .Monday, Jv.j.
China Uanquet Lamp. In ce
rise, blue or green, dcjr-itod
in various deiqiis, electric
burner, height of lamp com
plete with rlobe. :u inches;
special price lor ilonday, 12 S3.
fancy Wrought Iron Piano
Lamp. B. .t II burner; special
price for Monday, Jio.lv.
Fancy Silk Lamp Shades, In
all colors, with s.lk lace nnd
chiffon trimmings. various
shapes and styles; special
price fcr Monday, JijO.
Crepe Tissue Paper, In even
color. 2i vards in each roll;
bpeclal price for Monday, c
Fancy Grass Hansins Lamp.
nev-nrntAjf lti 1 ........... .a .
..-.u .-..u...., vv.inri -null
burner; special price for ilon
Klcctro Silicon for cold nnd
silver plated ware; special
price for Monday only, Cc box.
Jewel Cairet Renovator;
rpeclal price for Monday only.
Flle.TO Hand Soap for toilet
use; s,;)cclal price lor Monday
only, 2c cake.
Asbestos Stove Mat3; special
price fur Monday only, "ic.
Tho Sliver Totato Masher
and Fruit Pres3; special prlco
for Monday only, 17c.
I'lfty feet Cotton Braided
Clothes Line; special price for
Monday only, Cc.
1.0M sheets Wire-Hook Pure
Tissue Toilet Paper; special
price for Monday only, 3o per
Larse-Slzo Fiber Water Pall;
special price fcr Monday
Ijvrce-Slze Fiber Wa3h Ba
sin; rpeclal piico for Monday
Mrs. Totts's Nickel-Plated
Irons, thrcs In a set, -with
stand and handle; special price
for Monday only, 3c set.
We Show tlie Largest
Assoitmcnt in tlie West.
8-inch Jardinieres, In tintlngs
of brown, Kreen nnd pink;
special price for Monday
S-lneh Jnrdlnlerc3, with raised
scroll designs, scalloped top;
ppccl.it price for Monday only,
10-inch Jardlnlerts, In rolld
colors of dark creeii, olive and
old rose; special price for Mon
day only, SIM.
10-inch Jardinieres, richly
tinted In preen, scalloped top
of f tippled gold; special price
for Monday only. ii.Zo.
10-Ifch Jardinieres, hand
somely i-hoded in brown and
green, with ni-ed fleur-de-lis;
special price for Monday
10-Inch Jardinieres, richly
decorated with mottled design
In ehadincs of brown and
gold; also green and gold; spe
cial price for Monday only,
10-Inch Jardinieres, In the
new "Louvvclaa Ware," hand
somely decorated with flora!
and fruit designs; special price
for Monday only, JL53.
12-lnch Jardinieres, with ped
estals, richly shaded in green,
with raised scroll design and
handles of dark brown; special
price for Monday only. $5.03.
Best quality Rubber Foot
balls (medium size); sale
1 price Ox.
The Winner Football (Rusby
shnpe), good quality, leather
covered; sale price $1.23.
The celebrated Whltelcy Ex
erciser; sale price $2.00.
Fine Light-Ball Croquet Set,
made of hardwood, painted
and glided: sale price $1.50.
Fine Maple-Wood Croquet
Set; this is a four-ball profes
sional set, with 8-Inch mallets;
ngular $1M value; tale prlco
The celebrated Whltelcy Ex
crc!er, has sttel rollers and
best quality rubber; sale price
Flna quillty (Squeezers)
Playing Cards; sale price 23c
Maple-Wood Indian Clubs,
medium slio; sale price 27c
Best quality Indestructible
Pnker Chips, assorted colors:
per box of 100. 43c
You Can Not
Vim Gas Stove; special price
for Monday only, 6a.
All Willow-Covered Market
IlasketH; special price for
Monday only. lie.
1-Plnt Pieced Tin Cups; spe
cial price for Monday only, 2c
BlU'j and Gray Enameled
Steel Waro Double-Coated
Wash Baln; rpedul prica for
Monday only, 9c.
Mm end Gray Enameled
Steel Ware Double-Coated Lip
Fry Pan; special price for
Monday only, lfrc
Blue and Gray Enameled
Steel Ware Cup Dippers; spe
cial rice for Monday only, Sc
Wire Carpet Beaters; special
prlco for Monday only, 10c.
Bright Wire Soap and Tooth
Brush Holder; special price
for Monday only, be
Nickel-Plated Two - Pronp
Towel Hack; special price for
Monday only, lie
Root Sink Brush; special
price for Monday only, 3c.
for Monday Only.
English Ware Dinner Seta,
Watiand shape, neatly deco
rated with blue wild roses, sets
contain 12 E-Inch plates, 12
6-inch plates, 12 7-lnch plates.
12 deep plates. 12 fruits, li
teas. 12 Individual butters, 1
platters, 2 covered dishes. 1
pickle, 1 covered butter. 1 ba
ker, 1 gravy, 1 sugar, 1 cream,
I bowl, lti all 112 pieces; special
for Monday only, 17.00.
English Ware Dinner Pt3.
Versailles sharo, richly deco
rated with green scroll, traced
with cold, sots contain 12
5iliich plates, 12 C-Ir.ch plates,
12 7-inch plates. 12 deep plates,
12 fruits, 12 Individual butters.
12 teas, 2 platters, 2 covered
dishes, 1 covered butter, 1
pickle, 1 baker. 1 gravy boat,
I sugar, 1 cream, 1 tow!. In all
112 rlcces; ppecial for Mon
day cnly. $10.W.
Theodore HavIIand China
Dinner Sets. Vlncenncs shape,
richly decorated with pink or
blue marguerites, stippled gold
handles, sets contain 12 6',-tnch
plates. 12 7!r2-inch latcs. 12 SVj
Inch platis, 12 deep cou;e
ptates. 12 fruits. 12 teas. 12 In
dividual butters. 2 platters. I
ptckle. 2 bakers. 1 gravy, 2 cov
ered dshes. 1 cream, 1 bowl. In
all i pieces; special for Mon
day only, $17.50.
English Ware Dinner Sets,
Navarre shape, neatly deco
rated with border of green
dailies, traced with gold, sets
contain 12 G-inch plates. 12
8-Inch plates. 12 deep plates. 12
Individual butters. 12 fruits. 12
teas. 3 platters. 1 pickle. 2 ba
kers. 1 gravy. 2 covered dishes,
1 covered butter. 1 soup tur
een. In all 100 pieces: special
for Monday only, $22.10.
The Great Ma
jesties are sold here
by expert range sales
men. The men who
make them set them
up in your house,
when you purchase
Call in the Base
ment Monday and see
our display. No one
can give 3'ou better
price than the price
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