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WoDCALDWELL CO. f
W. 19. CALDWELL & CO.
Fifth and Market Stroets.
IV. D. CALDWELL & CO,
Fifth and Market Streets.
W. D. CALDWELL & CO. '
Fifth and Market Stroots.
Wo D. CALDWELL & CO. "
Fifth and Market Streets.
'Fifth and Market Straelsv A
New York City Manufacturers
We have bought from three New York City cloak manufacturers their entire stock of Winter 'Coats at a frac
tion of their value. These three stocks consist of ONE THOUSAND (1,000) COATS, the finest garments ever
brought to this "city for the price, and are now being sold at the prices quoted below. This will be the laSt oppor- m
tunity this season to get a good coat for little money, as the market is positively cleaned up on black coats. - i f
Every Pay This Week Will be -Busy Ones in Coats . ;'' :';; . J
Long, loose black coats, made ot
kerseys, meltons, all sizes 32 to 44,
will be shown you In this sale at
$4.98. Not one o these gatments
was ever sold for less than $10 and
$12.50 Velvet collars on many of
them. A wonderful baigalu.
Handsome black kersey coats,
silk trimmed, long loose garments,
In all sizes. Coats that would sell
In a regular way from $15 to $18.
We have a quantity of these coats
that will be placed in this saie at
six dollars and a quarter. Extra
Fino kersey and melton coats In
blacks and colors, all sizes full
fashioned coats cut very long. Vel
vet trimming. This lot of coats
equal any $20 coats shown by the"
best dealers. Come early this
morning for them.
. $10.00 .
The greatest bargains ever
shown In coats. Beautiful light
weight kerseys and broadcloths,
aatln linings; blacks, reds, castors,
blues all sizes 32 to 44; coats
worth $20 and $25 our cholco tho
entire lot $10.00. Come prepared
to buy you will not be disappointed.
Boautlful tight fitting black
broadcloth coats, satin linings,
sizes 32 to 44. Everyono of these
garments worth $25.00 of any
body's money We offer them be
ginning today at $12.50. Minimum
charge for necessary alterations.
Black broadcloth coats, velour
velvet coats, fur coats. About ond
hundred high-grade coats beautiful
ly tailored, worth from $35 to $45
will be offered In this lot at $15.00
each. Good assortment of sizes.
These are exceptional values and
will not last long.-
100 fine taffeta silk petticoats blacks '
id colors, also changeables all sizes. We
have just received 100 of the famous Mar
guerlte all silk petticoats and will place en
tire lot on sale today at
For little girls 1 to 5 years; made of bear
skin, In all colors and white; also astrakan
coats ranging in price from $4 to $3.00.
Entire stock of children's coats on sale
at 1-2 price. You buy them now for $2
BIQ QIRL8' COATS, ages C to 14 years,
in kersey cloths, novelties and meltons, rang
ing In price from $3.50 to $10 Will bo sold
quickly at one-halt their original piflce.
You buy them now for $1.75 to $5.00. The
best line of children's coats ever carrledMn
I this olty.
200 handsomely tailored suits, mostly
from the Bullock Stock will be closed out
at exactly One-half their former price.
Swell suits among them, many styles
including a few long coated suits, all sizes
ranging In price from $15 to $40.00. These
suits will be shown you from $7.50 to $20.
Eton suits, pony jacket suits, length
and long coat'suits, broadcloth, panama and
Women's & Misses'
Skirts 1-2 Price
200 women's separate skirts, made of
Panama, broadcloth, voiles, silks, sorges,
novelty cloths, etc. All colorings and most
all s'.es together with 50 misses' skirts.
Entire stock will bo placed on sale today
LONG BLACK CAPES.
"We have 50 fine long black kersey capes
lined throughout that we place on sale at
. 1-2 Price
Large slock of pretty fur neck pieces
with mufls to match, sold separately or in
sets. Will bo sold here beginning today at
Squirrel, ccarfs and muffs, blended squir
rel sets, Imported hlncllla sets, fox sets,
sable opposum sets. Two near seal jackets
and ono French coney jacket.
Take your choice of these splendid furs
at JuBt one-half price. 50 children's fur
sets 1-2 price.
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Hatched Out Almost
Spontaneously in Chi-
A SCANDAL FOLLOWS
Chicago, Jan 27 Thomas Kay Fin
ucane, chaiter member of the Chica
go Athletic club and son ot a ttoches
ter, N. Y., millionaire, will appear be
fore the club stewards tomorrow to
explain how a chorus girl from the
Spring Chicken company, gained en
trance to Ms. room in the club house
early last Monday morning. "I'm
willing to explain," says Mr. Fin
ucane. "The young woman did call,
disguised as a nurse. It was an in
The club gossips tell the story as
Mr .Finucane and a Cornell college
companion arrived in Chicago Janu
ary 17, and established themselves at
the aristocratic Chicago .A. C , In
which, by tue way, Mr Finucane owns
$10,000 stock. Daily very early
last Monday morning ,a young woman
In the garb of a trained nurse, called
at the clubhouse and said she had
been sent for to care for Mr. Finu
cane manager Walsh knew(Mr. Fin
ucano had been indisposed, accepted
the story and admitted tne visitor.
"Then, somehow, suspicions were
aroused. Manager Walsh visited Mr.
Flnucane's room and told him that
he and the young woman In the train
ed nurse garments would have to
leave the clubhouse. Thereupon Mr.
rFlnucane smote Mr. Walsh three
times some authorities say five and
he and the young woman left. With
out waiting for action by the club
authorities he resigned. Tho stewards
refused to accept tho resignation out
of hand and called for an investiga
tion. Manager Welsh denios that the
actress-nurse was admitted to the
clubhouse but not that he and Fin
ucane clashed. Mr. Finucane denies
nothing except that there wasn't any
harm in the Incident. "I admit I hit
Walsh," he says, " and I'd do It again
under the same circumstances. When
the investigation opens there's a lit
tle matter 'concerning the loss of a
$500 jeweled pin I want cleared up
myself. Explanations are in order on
both sides. Mine aie ready.' I'm sor
ry only that the matter snould oe giv
en publicity and perhaps misinter
preted." BANGS REJECTED
Is Not Allowed to Participate In Bid
for Canal Construction.
Washington, Jan. 27. It was form
ally announced by the Isthmian can
al commission tonight that Anson M.
Bangs, of New York, had been re
jected as a paiticipant in the bid re
cently filed by Messrs Oliver and
Hangs for the construction of the
Panama canal. It was further an
nounced that W. J. Oliver, of Knox
vllle, Tenn., would be given "ten days
time In which to associate himself
with two other Independent contrac
tors, and make good the bid present
ed by himself and Bangs. All other
bids have been rejected except that
made by Messrs. MacArthur and Gil
lespie, who are given the privilege of
withdrawing their bid or allowing It
to stand the Oliver negotiations.
Again Remembered by Their Benefac
torEnjoyed Annual Slelghride.
Canton boys to the number of three
hundred or more weie given their
annual sleigh ride by Contractor John
Skeelcs on Saturday afternoon. Theso
annual treats of Mr. Skeeies are a
sort of red letter event for Canton's
rising generation and are always eag
erly looked forward to by the boys.
Seven large bobsleds, each arawn by
four large borscs and packed to over
flowing with happy, yelling humanity
and lead by Mr. Skeeies with his
magnificent team of blacks made up
the procession which paraded the
streets for several hours. The fine
appearance of the animals and Mr,
bKeeles genprous treatment of the
youngsters was the causo of much
A WEATHER CHASE
High and Low Pressure Area Racing
-Each OtherAcross Continent.
The high andthe low areas of bar
ometric pressures have oeen chasing
each other across the continent for
the past week, 'and have bpen confin
ed almost exclusively to the north
ern half of thd country. The last
ono moved further south and gave the
inhabitants along the guif coast a
taste of weather down into the thir
ties. The crest of this last high wave
passed over tho meridian of Canton
early in the forenoon of Saturday,
the passage being indicated by the
wind's shifting from the cast to the
west and then tothe noithwest This
area was considerably wider In its ex
tent from east to west and conse
quently longer in passing.
'this wave is followed by an ex
tensive trough of low pressure area
reaching from Canada to Mexico and
cverlylng all the western half of, tho
states. Though not of great intensi
ty its force may be intensified as it
moves eastwardly with a possibly
slow speed. Its approach into tho
Ohio valley will be Indicated by an
easterly wind and slowly rising tem
perature, with snow in tho northern
part of the state and snow or rain
farther south, dependent upou tho
Nothing will make tho neighbors
more curious than to see a doctor go
i into the homo of a newly married cou
MafiB k 1. White Goods j
For best results place your adver
tisements in the Morning News.
REMOVABLE BRIDGE WORK
Is strong, durable, artistic, easily
removed to cleanse, and way
down in price as compared to
the old. A specialty with us.
People's . Dental Parlors,
Btark Phono 0-761.
234 North Market Street.
WHITE GOODS SALE
THE Annual January Sale is in full blast. Every department has special
offerings. This week is White Goods and also the odds and ends left
over from our Linen Sale, besides a late shipment of Linens too late in ar
riving for last week's sale. In Connection with our White Goods Sale, we
will continue our Linen sale all of this week. We want to clean up our odds
and ends in Linens, and we find a great many remnants left. A special
discount on all remnants of Linens, Napkins and Towels.
1 lot 15c Goods ',10c
1 lot 20 and 25c Goods 15c
1 lot 25o Goods 19p
1 lot 35c and 40c Goods 25c
1 lot 50c Goods 35c
1 lot 40o Linens 25c
1 lot 50o Linens 39c
1 lot 60o Linens ,50c
1 lot 90c Linens ,.,75c
1" lot $1.00 Linens .'. . . 85c
t lot $1,00 Blankets 75e
1 lot $L25 DIankets ..., $1.00
1 lot U.5j) Blankets $1.35
1 lot -$1.85 Blankets ........ .$1.65
1 lot $2.50 Blankets $.1.95
ALL WAISTING FLANNEL.
ETTES AT SPECIAL CL08ING
We have just received three shipments of -New Spring Dress Goods
both Foreign and Domestic. Several new lines of Spring Ginghams are
here. Now is the time to make your selections for spring sewing. We' will
announce our Carpet Sale in the course of about 10 days. See- the daily
pctjjcia iui inc auu. it win pay you 10 wait.
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