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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14 1892.
LOOKING EOR A HOME.
1 Handsome Structure Promised for
the Female College.
THE LOCATION STILL IN DOUBT.
It Will Eitlier Ee Built in Allegheny or
Upon the Old Site,
THE STRUCTURE "WILL COST SS5.000
The Pittsburg Female College, which has
been dragging along in an uncertain lort of
way since the destruction of Christ 11. E.
Church and the damaging of the college
building by fire two winters ago, is to re
ceive an impetus that will set it up among
the prominent institutions of the country.
The Board ot Trustees have
decided to erect a first-class col
lege building. The only indefinite
part of the programme r.t present is its
location. A church corporation has an
sption, extending to January 1, on the
piece of property at the corner of Mont
gomery avenue and Arch street, Allegheny,
iiwned and occupied as a residence by G. B.
Barrett, the wholesale jeweler. If the
option is forfeited, the trustees of the col
lege will purchase the property, paying
Ffio.OOO for it, and will locate the new build
ing there. It they fail to secure this place,
they will erect the new college on the site
of the old property, on .Ninth street,
"IVlll Erect a Handsome Building.
'The trustees intend to expend 583,000 on
the structure. It will be five stories high,
constructed of brick with a brown stone
front, will contain a large gymnasium, '
chapel and music hall, parlors, class rooms,
bedrooms, elevator, eta, and will be lighted
bv electricity and heated by steam. There
Will be accommodations, for 80 boarders and
303 day scholars. William S. Fraser, the
architect, has the plans in preparation. An
attempt will be made to induce the Pitts
burs School of Design to leave the Y. JL
C. A building, move to the new structure
and take charge of the art department The
, faculty will also be increased and strength
ened. Dr. Xorcross, President of the college,
stated to a Dispatch reporter last night
that final action would be token on the
affairs ol the college at a meeting of the
Board of Trustees, some time after Janu
arv 1, when John G. Holme", President of
the beard, returns from the East, where ho
is recuperating his health.
An Early Start Anticipated.
Said lie:- "We have been holding back,
expecting to sell our property, but the real
estate agent bavin" the matter in charge
told me e"terdiv tnat he had no purchaser
in sight." AVe will begin to push matters
after the meeting of the Board of Trustees
L. T; Yoder, the wholesale confectioner,
ofiered to buv the Ursuline Academy in
OaKland at 5300,000 and sell the building
and five acres of ground to the Female
College for 5130,000, expecting to reimburse
nimself by selling the remainder nine
acres in buih.ing lots. Before the trustees
could take action the trustees of the Ur
suline Academy decided to hold the prop
erty and parcel a portion of the ground in
lots and sell them to pay oil their indebted
ness. A part of the scheme was to unite
Allegheny Collece, now at Sleadville, with
the Pittsburg Female College, but Dr. Kor
cross stated last night that it was im
practicable, as Allegheny College was too
firmly rooted in its present location.
THE NEW COAL TRUST.
All the Operators of the Hocking Valley to
Merge Into One Company.
COLUMBCS, Dec. 13. The coal operators
of the Hocking Valley, in session here,
look steps toward the formation of a trust
for the handling of the output of all their
mines. It was decided to form a company
under the incorporation laws of the State,
to wliieh all the output of all the coal mines
along the Columbus, Hocking ATalley and
Toledo Bailroad shall be turned over for
The new company employ all traveling
men and attend to all contracts, and the in
dividual operators will have nothing to do
with the sale of coal. This will result in
the discharge of a number of salesmen in
the employ of operators, and an immense
reduction in the expense of handline the
coal market. All Hocking Valley operators
along the lines of the Baltimore and Ohio,
Columbus, Shawnee and Hocking and Tole
do and Ohio Central railroads are, it is said,
to become members.
A Furnace Idle for Tears Resumes.
EnADIJTG, Dec. 13. The match was ap
plied last night to the Emans' furnace at
Eraans, which has been idle. many years.
The recent improvements make it one of
the largest and best blast furnaces in the
State. Its weekly capacity is 1,000 tons.
Useful Christmas Goods.
In the fnlloviins list you will find very
Uieiul and ornamental goods, suitable for
Christmas Tree Holders.
Brass Fenders, Scissors,
do tire Irons, riated Knives.
Umbrella sc as, do Casters,
I'earl Apate Ware,
Vienna Coffee Pots,
tjrumu a rays,
The Wonderful Pasteur Water Filters.
The excellent Euipiie roast pans and Boss
The perfection meat cutter, the most use
ful and desirable kitchen utensil or the day.
'o kitchen complete without a perfection
Gas stoves In a variety of style", sizes and
prices. Demmlek linos,
28 and 523 Smitlifleld street
Would You Like to Know
Why we are so busy It's this: Our line of
tovs, dolls, games, iron toys, wagon, sleds,
doll carriages, tfcin covered animal?, tree
ornaments and the thousand other attrac
tive Jmas articles is larger than ever, and
Felling at 15 to 25 per cent less tbau other
houses. See lor yourseir.
James W. Gkove; Fifth avenue.
Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats
"Into eaoh life some rain must fall," so set
ready for tno downpour gossamer water-jii-oois,
mackintoshes; fancy styles and in
$2 50 up to finest imported and in best
Ladies are delighted with these for a
Christmas present; try it and see. Remem
ber, the whole store Is open on Saturday
nights till Christinas a pointer for men who
can't or won't come during the day.
ferfect llsht, tne new Westlnghonse arc
lamps. Jos. Horse Jb Co., Fenn avenue.
Ask the Boys
What they want for Xmas. See If they don't
say a nice sled, tool cbest, magic lantern,
niigon, velocipede, alrgun, iron train, baga
telle board, soldier set, arum or some one of
the thousand other elegant toys now on ex
hibition at Grove's. Filth avenue. Kemem
l.er. best goods only and prices that will
Glove and Handkerchief Cases.
Satin novelties, sachets, etc, Christmas
cards, booklets and novelties at hair price
to close out. Onen every evening.
Jos. EicnBAnsr & Co., tS Fiftn avenue.
Dos't bo in a hurry buving your holiday
presents till afteryou see Henry Terheydenfs
inaanlncent display superb, neb, grand
must be seen to be appreciated.
T.nmns. Bronzes. Bric-a-brac
diamonds set and Jewelry made to order.
MU J3UUIUUC1U BitQQfci
WILL DECIDE TO-DAY.
The Commissioner Will Determine the
Site for the Allegheny Postofflce.
Hon. John M. Grear, of Washington; D.
B. Oliver, of this eity, and Mr. Sherar, of
Stanbznville. the commissioners appointed
to select a site for the Allegheny postofEce,
met in parlor A of the Duquesue Hotel
last evening. Although a number of sites
were offered for consideration, the three
gentlemen arrived at no definite conclusion.
They will visit Allegheny to-day and ex
amine the sites with the view of obtaining
the best location for the most reasonable
amount of money- Mr. Oliver is in favor
of one of the corners in the Diamond. The
McKee property at West Diamond and
Ohio streets is considered the most available,
but its price is against its seltction. The
commissioners will probably reach a deci
VIOLATED A HEALTH LAW.
A Garbage Hauler Fined for Keeping His
Robert Souttsmin was fined 55 and costs
yesterday by Judge Gripp for having one of
his garbage wagons driven through' the
street without being properly covered.
Superintendent Baker made the informa
tion. He explained to Judce Gripp the law
requiring that the wagons be carefully
covered and he also said that he had on
several occasions personally notified Soutts
man to keep his wagons covered.
When imposing sentence Judge Gripp
explained that much disease and contagion
was spread through the city by the open
garbage wagons and he said that another
violation w ould guarantee a 520 fine.
To Holiday Purchasers at Thompson's New
With cverv general order of $5 to $10 we
will give away, lree, one handsomely bound
cook book, w hich retails in atiy bookstore
for $1 50, and with general order of $10 and
upward we will give away free one box of
IS Sis good raisins $1 00
t lbs I-ondon layer raisins 1 00
10 lbs Sultana seedless laisms. 1 00
I-B can Richard & Bobbins' plum pud
10 Sis now lemon peel 1 00
New Leghorn citron, per ft IS
24 fis new English currants 1 00
23 Si new dates 1 00
1C I3 home-made mince meat. 1 00
1G Sis good prunes 1 00
S Bs evaporated apneots 1 00
12 cans choice tomatoes 100
12 cans choice sugar corn 1 03
30 cans choice suing beans 1 00
15 cans good peas 1 00
Means sweet peas- 1 00
Cquatt bottles ollvo oil 1 00
10 Sis good cream cheese 1 00
1 quart-can oxtail soup 20
1 quart-can chicken soup 2il
1 quart-can tomato soup - 20
C lbs Wilbur's imperial sweet chocolate. 1 (0
16 lbs good mixed candy .4 1 00
10 lbs cream bon bons 1 00
i lbs cream mixed candy 1 00
10 Su taffy mixture 100
8ftscie.ini chocolate 1 10
S s caramels 1 00
8tts mixed nuts 1 00
5-B boxes French mixed candy with a
clock in each box, $1 25. We make no charge
lor the clock; it is given away gratis with
every 5-ft box ot this mixture.
Don't forget your friends when Christmas
comes. Xoihing is moro acceptable than a
box of fine cigars. Read our prices:
10c. cigar, 50 in a box $2 00
8c cisar, 50 in a hot 1 75
5c cigar, 50 In a box 1 25
3c. cfg.ir, 51 in n box 100
Good cigars, 50 in a box 75
We want to call your attention to a now
brand t flour which wo have added to our
list, called "Good Honest." While not quite
so white as other brands wo sell, it will
make good, sweet biead; all that is required
isalittlo extia kneading. Price per sack,
$1. Can sell you a good flour at 0 cents per
Goods delivered free to all parts of both
cities. To tlio-o living out of the city we
will piepay fioight on all orders of $10 and
upward to any station or lauding within 100
miles of Pittsbiirjr. Send for price list.
31. li. TuoMrsox, 311 Market streot.
Directly opposite Gusky's entrance.
Marriage Licenses Issued Yesterday.
Richard Christian Pittsburg
llertln l-adtrlg t'lttsboig
David rinney Eort lew borough
HatticM Way .Port View boroujru
(corce W. Elliott. l'atton township
HattleL. Dorow l'atton township
ichael Madden Pittsburg
Johanna McCarty. Pittsburg
il.lam A Patterson Pitfstaurjr
Althea M. Mourliead West Lebauou
Morpin Greene Pittsburg
Mary Washington Pittsburg
William J. McMurray Washington county
Sadie J. Caldwell Upper bt. Clair townshlD
hobert J. Nisbet Eilgcworth
Martha Cromwell Edgewortu
George E. Wythe West Newton
bailie M. Clelland Wilklnsburg
Georee M. UuDer Plttburg
Mary Stein Westmoreland county
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Of perfect purity.
Of great strength.
Economy In their use
Flavor as delicately
ancfdellclouslyas the fresh fruit.
For sale by Geo. K. Stevenson & Co., and
all first-class giocers.
Nothing is more appropriate for a
Xmas gift than a Fur Rug or Mat.
It is a fact not generally known that
our prices on these articles are much
less than those prevailing. For in
stance, we sell a beautiful black,
glossy fur rug for library or hall, at
$3-5t worth S4.00. Iceland Sheep
Mats in black, brown, blue and
white, 3.50, worth $4.00. Animal
Head Rugs in Wolverine, Red Fox,
Tiger Cat, Wild Cat, etc,, from
5.00 to Jio.oo, at least 33 per cent
below ruling figures. Genuine Mar
ten Rug?. Cinnamon Eear Rugs, Si
berian1 Wolf Rugs, and with animal
441 WOOD ST.
UPV At THlAwnnrt To rm MnndftV. TJfl-
comber li. 1S92, Samuel Brat, in the 2l year
of his age. .
Funeral from the residence of John W.
Harrop Wedsesdat, December 14, 1S92, at 2:30
r. jr. Members of Victor Ivodjte No. 50, Sons
or St. George, and Amerlcns Lodse Iso. 230,
K. or P., and sister lodges are respectlully
invited to attend.-
CT.AKK On Sunday, December 11, 1891. at
630 p. m., Mathias J. CLABK,.Sr., in tno 75th
year of his age.
Funeral services at his late residence, 174
Adams street, Allegheny, Wednesday, at 2
r. m. Friends or the family are respectfully
Invited to attend. 2
CONNELLY On Monday, December 12.
1S92, at 6 p.m., Jane, daughter or Jane and
the late Matt Connelly, aped 2 years.
Funeral irom late residence, High street,
Shariubnrg, this anerxoon nt 2 o'clock.
Friends ot the fanil'y are respectfully in
vited to attend.
DONAHUK-On Monday. December 12.
1892. at s r. m., Thomas P. Donahue, aged 36
Funeral services Weusesdat mobhikq from
residence of his brother, Frank Donahue,
820 Carson street, S. S. Solemn requloum
mass at 9 a. m. at st John's K. C. Cuurcli, &.&.
GIBSON On Tuesday, JJeceraber 13, 1S92,
at 4 a.-jc., Albert I Gibson, aged 42 yoars.
Funeral services at his late lesldence, No
7212 Susqnehanna street, Twenty-first ward
on Thcbsdat, 15th Inst, at 2 p. M. Friends of
the family are 1 especially Invited to attend.
G1BB Judsos Brooks Gibb, son of Jolin
F. and Mary R. Glbb, of Violet alley. West
End, formerly or Suwickley, on Monday
evening, at 8 o'clock, from the effects or
pneumonia, aged 6 months.
Funeral Wednesday mobniko at 10 o'clock.
GUAUAM-Monday evening, Decembor 12.
1892, Aethub Graham, son of Andrew K. and
the late Harriet Graham, aged 41 years.
Funeral services Wednesday at 1:30 p. ji.
Interment later from his late residence, in
the rear of 23 Columbia way, Allegheny City,
Pa. Friends or tho family respectfully in
vited to attend.
Colorado papers please copy.
IlESSE-On Tuesday, December 13. 1892, at
11:10 a. m., John Hesse, aged 65 years, 2
months and 17 days.
Funeral on TnuasDAY at 1:30 p. M., from his
late residence, 2f o. 1714 Jane street. Services
at 2 p. it. in Bov. Lorch's church, Jane street,
Soutbside, Pittsburg, Pa. Friends of the
family ate respectfully invited to attend. 2
JONES Entered into rest, on Monday,
December 12, lb92. at 6 P. M., Lacra II.,
daughter of Mrs. Ellen Jones.
Funeral services at the family home, No.
214 South nighland avenuo. East End, on
Wednesday, 14th inst, at 2 p. m. Interment
KUNKEL On. Monday, December 12, 1892,
at 530 p. m., Joas Kuhkel, aged 59 years, 10
months and 17 days.
Funeral will take place on Thursday,
December 15, at 8:30 A. M.,from late lesldence,
123 Chestnut street, Allegheny. Kequiom
mass will be celebrated at St Mary's
Chnrch, at 9 a. m. Friends of the family aio
respectfully Invited to attend.
KEARNS On Tuesday, December 13, 1S92,
Giucx, damrhter of John and Mary Kearns,
aped 4 years.
Fnneral from parents' residence, No. 13
Thirteenth street, Southside, on Thursday
aptebxoos at 2 o'clock. Friends ot tho
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
ORtt On Tuesday, December 13. 1832, at
12:30 p. m., LILLIA5, youngest daughter or Dr.
H. B. and Annie S. Orr. aged 5 months and
Funeral from the residence of parents, 143
Second avenue, Wednesday aptebitoon, at 3
o'clock. Interment private.
RANDOLPH William R., at bis residence,
No. 65 James street, Allegheny, Pa., Sun
day, December 11, 1892.
Fnneral Wednesday, from Brown's Chapel,
at 2 p. M. Friends of deceased are invited
Winchester, Va., and Chicago papers please
RITTER On Tuesday, December 13, 1S92,
at 3:30 A. M., Sebabtias Hitter, aged 65 years.
Funeral Irom the residence, corner Eighth
and Main streets, Sharpsburg, on Fbiday at
S;i0 a.m. Services at St Mary's B. C Church
at 9 a. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
SAWHILL On Monday. December 12,
189-2, at 11:20 p. M., at the residnnco of his son-in-law,
W. J. Boggs, No. 170 Buon.i Vista
street, Allegheny, Rev. li. F. Sawhill, aged
82 j ears.
Funeral services this ATTERNOON'at 3 p. M.
Interment private Thursday morning at
TEGGE On Tuesday, December 13, 1S92,
at 5-10 a. m Bertha Tegoe, wlte or Chailea
Tegge, aged 22 years 9 months and 14 days.
-Funeral Irom tho Evangelical Salems
Church on Franklin street, Allegheny, on
Thursday apteroon at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the lamlly are respectrully invited to at
WAIiDECK On Sunday evening, Decem
ber 11, 1892, at 10:15 o'clock, Mary M., wife of
Henry Waldeck, in her 29:h j ear.
Funeral services at her late residence, 102
Southern avenue, Mount Oliver, on Wednes
day, December It, at 2 p. M. Friends of the
family aro respectlully invited to attend. 2
WALKER At St Louts, Ma, Saturday,
December 10, 1892, Isaac Walker, in the 64th
year of his age.
Funeral from the residence of his sister,
Mrs. A. S. Calhoun, 166 Pennsylvania aveuue,
Allegheny, on Wednesday, December 14,
1892, at 2 p. M.
WIIITED On Saturday, December 10.
1S92, at 7 P. M.. at Marlon, Ind., Thomas F.
Whited, aged 32 years, 4 months and 2 days.
Funeral services on Thursday, December
15, 1692, at 2 p. if., at the famUy residence,
O'Hara township, near Sharpsburg, Pa.
Friends of the family are respectlully in
vited to attend.
ZINK On Monday, December 12, 1892, at 4
p. M., Charles L., son of Jnrcme and the late
Emma Zlnk, aged 2yeais, 8 months and 21
Funeral services Weditesdvy, December
14, 1892, at 12 o'clock at the home of his aunt,
42 Concord street, Allegheny. Interment
(Eneeessor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., T,im.) '
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEE.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue.
Telephone connection. myll-57-vwirsu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
CNDLKTAKER AND EMBALMEE,
No. 6 Eighth street.
Chapel for private tunerals.
mylo-99-wrsu TeleDbone 1153
' XMAS GREENS.
HOLLY, MISTLETOE, PINE AND LAUREL.
A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH,
DR. D. L. ABER, Dfentist,
Specialist in crowning, biidging and filling
01 the natural teeth. Prices reasonable anu
satisfaction guaranteaa, Umce, 210 Smith
field st, Pittsburg. ap29-Mwa
HOLLY AND HOLLY DESIGNS-LAUREL
and Michigan pine wreathing, moun
tain moss, Xmas trees, all sizes; roses, car
nations, hyacinths, violets. Floral decora
tions made at my stands, 217-220 Market,
Allegheny. Telephone. E. C. LUDWIG. de3-D
REPKEhENTE DIN PITTSBURG IN ISOU
INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets, (9.33.220 V0.
Losepi adlusttd and paid by
WILLlAil L. JONES, SA Fourth av.
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No part of the outfit is of more import
ance in the ensemble of one's apparel than
tbe shoes. Presentable shoes redeem
many fault) in the rest of the outfit, while
unsightly shoes mar the most elegant cos
tumes. Just now why not buy shoes?
They're certainly acceptable Xmas pres
ents. If you don't want black shoes for
your children, try Verner'a White, Pink,
Blue, Nut Brown, all new and beautiful for
children. Don't lorget Verner when you
think of shoes. "We try to always suit the
C. A, VERNER
Cor. Fifth Ave. and
Dealer in diamonds and
fine iatches. Good va
riety at low prioes.
Old gold an d silver taken
in exchange lor goods.
No. 541 Smithfield St.
HmnQi Ci e$ S?n&
Are acceptable pres
ents the choice is
great and grand.
Prices have never been
quoted as low, and
buyers who come
early will surely find
all that is inspiring
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FOB THIS WEEK'S SALE
We have made a special effort to
produce a lot of the finest Seal Gar
ments ever shown in Pittsburg for
this week's sale.
Every garment is a beauty.
The fur full and long.-
The linings entirely new.
The shoulders broad and wide.
The collars high and flaring.
Ladies intending to purchase seal
garments, should not fail to visit our
establishment this week.
J. G. BENNETT & CO.,
Corner Wood St. and Fifth Ave.
NEW YORK DENTISTS,
Corner Sixth and Liberty sts.
Teeth extracted 25o
Gas or vitalized air 6O0
11 Sliver fUllnus 75o
Gold fillings $100 up
Best set teeth $3 00
Every one warranted.
Painless extracting specialty. deS-mra
Are. You Perplexed
To Give for
Bead this List of
- USEFUL ARTICLES:
Ladies' Kid Gloves in 4-Button
Glace and Suede, all the newest and
fashionable shades, from $1 pair to
Ladies' Mousquetaire Kid Gloves,
in Glace and Suede, at $1.50, $2 and
2.25, every color to be had.
The celebrated REYNIER Black
Suede Gloves, in 4-button and 8-but-ton
Ladies' fine Kid Gauntlets, in red
and navy, pretty and neat, $1.50
Ladies' lined Mocha and Dogskin
Children's lined Mocha and Dog
Misses' Kid Gloves in 3-buttons.
BOYS' 2-Button KID GLOVES.
Misses' Barritz Kid Gloves and
Mousquetaire Suede Gloves.
Large assortment of Ladies' Even
ing Gloves, in white, black and all
the latest shades, in 12, 16 and 20
All kinds and prices, commencing
with wool and cotton at 25c a pair,
to the best cotton at 75c, and the
finest cashmere at $1.40 pair, all
weights and sizes.
Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, in plain
black and fancy Hose, from 50c pair
Ladies' extra size Cotton.Lisle and
Plated Silk Hose, in colored and
black, from 50c to $2 pair.
BEST VALUES IN LADIES
SILK HOSE ever shown, and the
largest variety to select from.
Ask to see Ladies' PURE Silk
Hose, in black, high-spliced heels
and double soles, at 1.75 pair, never
sold for less than $ 2; also Ladies
Black Spun Hose at 90c, regular
Fine assortment of French novelties
in Fancy Silk Hose.
LADIES' SILK BODIES, from
white and colors, at 75c each up
to $5 each.
Ladies' Richelieu Rib, in white,
colored and black, at $1; every
Finer grades Ladies' Silk Bodies,
at $ 1. 25, 1.50, $2, $2.25 up to the
Ladies' H. N. S. S. Silk Vests, in
cream, from $1.75 each to the finest.
Ladies' Ribbed Silk Vests, H. N.
L. S., from $2 to $5 each.
Ladies' English Novia Silk Vests
and Drawers, all weights and sizes.
Ladies' Ribbed Silk Combination
Suits, H. N. L. S., only $5 suit ex
Ladies' Ribbed Silk Combination,
medium and heavy weights.
Ladies' Black Silk Equestrian
Drawers, heavy weights.
Then here is a list of a lot of FANCY
THINGS, ranging from 10c an article up to
520. See these
NIGHTGOWN CASES in silk, ith
painted silk: top, something extra fine,
DEESS SHIET CASES in the newEain
HANDKERCHIEF CASES from 25c
to 55, with Glove and Cravat Cases to m8tch
these come in both silk, satin and linen.
COLLAR, CUFF and JEWEL BOXES, in
celluloid, rainbow silk with corn husk
HAIRPIN BOXES, Spectacle, Button,
Razor and Match Boxes.
PENWIPEES with the Nan's head,
Clown, Silk Covered Cup and Saucer.
PAINTED COEN HUSK MUG all for
wiping pens on.
FAN BOXES LINED WITH SILK
and handpainted Silk Fan Bags.
PHOTO CASES in celluloid, silk and
PERPETUAL CALENDARS, in cellu
loid, Bell Shape andT.de lis.
KEY RACKS, in Rolling Pin, Natural
Wood with a scene painted on them style.
BLOTTERS with wooden tops. Hand
painted Calendar Blotters.
JAPANESE TWINE BAGS. Corn
Husk Twine Boxes.
POSTAL CARD CASES in celluloid.
ENGAGEMENT LISTS in Brown Linen
and Celluloid, heart shape.
LAUNDRY LISTS, with Chinese laun
dryman in center,
FANCY CELLULOID SCRAP BAS
KETS in the most beautiful shades and
BEAUTIFUL SILK AND PAPER
Open next week In the evening until 9
41 Fifth Avenue.
. & B.
Genuine ones that
ing extra business at
partment, $10 each.
50 Children's good white
FUR SETS collar and muff
with black spots, 75c a set
Children's fine Fur Sets $
A collection of the newest
and best that will warrant an
investigation when you'll find
nice goods for less money.
A prime lot of ALASKA
SEAL CAPES AND MAN
TLES, 20 to 40 inches long
and at prices that insure us
your business if you want
quality and saving $25 or
$50 on a garment is of any im
portance. We buy them
largely and buy them close,
and we're willing to sell them
for a small profit and you can
demonstrate above facts for
yourself by coming to see, and
when you see we know you'll
say we're right and you'll see
a Cloak and Fur Department
and a collection so much larger
to choose from than you find
generally that we think you'll
recognize that advantage also.
First the novelty dress goods, all
imported, all the newest, all full
dress lengths, ready folded and
wrapped, all new colors and designs.
BUCK ERESS PATTERNS.
Dozens of varieties to select from.
We just give two from the many.
46-inch Henriettas, all wool, silk
finish, fast dye, full dress lengths,
BUCK SILK PATTERNS.
All in good silk, fast dye, good
width, enough in each for any dress.
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Then fancy articles. Find them
all over the store. An unequaled
variety, at unparalleled low prices.
81,83, 85, '87 and 89 Fifth Ave.
ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHS 3,
Cabinet S3 to 8 per dozen) petite SI
per dona. Tel jhono 1731. ap841-xw
We are showing a quantity of them in every department
of the store; presents that will pay you to buy and pay the re
cipient to get Articles of wearing apparel and for personal
use by $he hundred. Impossible to look through our vast as
sortment and fail to find something to please the taste and suit
FOR MEN MD BOYS.
At this season of the year we always make special prices
in all our clothing departments, as numbers are desirous of
letting their present take this practical form.
BOYS' CLOTHING, ESPECIALLY
Has a big run during the holiday season, and hundreds of chil
dren will be made happy by new Suits or Overcoats from our
magnificent stock. We never were so well prepared to serve
you as at present never showed such a mammoth assortment
such attractive styles or named such prices.
With every sale of Boys' or Children's Clothing of $5 or over
are much appreciated by both parents and children. We are
at present giving you choice of several articles, Banjos and
Tool Chests and Zithers are here, and something new is daily
added to the attractive list. Boys, we'll have a regular series
of surprises for you from now until Christmas. Come in and
see what Gusky's have to offer.
You ought not to do it You simply can't afford to.
Risks weren't made to wear, but the shoes we advertise below
were, and you'll take no risk in buying them, especially at the
prices we have put upon them for the holidays.
Men's Calf, machine sewed, lace and congress, regular
price and worth $3, now $2.25
Men's Calf, Goodyear welt lace and congress, regular
price and worth $4 $3.00
Men's fine Calf, Goodyear welt lace and congress, regu
lar price and worth $5 $4.00
Men's Cordovan, hand-sewed, lace or congress, regular
price and worth $6 $5.00
Men's Patent Leather, lace, regular price $3 $2.25
Men's Patent Leather, congress, regular price and
worth $3.75 $3.00
Men's Patent Leather, lace or congress,' regular price
and worth $5 $4.00
Men's Russia Calf Bluchers, regular price $5 $4.00
Men's B Calf, plain,' lace, regular price $1.75 98c
Men's Satin Calf Police Shoe, regular price $2.50 $1.98
Men's Tan Grain Bluchers, regular price $4 $3.00
Men's Velvet Opera Slippers 48c
300 TO 400 MABKET STREET.
NT 1 NT
RISKS m SHOES.