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S. KANN, SONS & CO.
Always the Best of Everything: for the Least Money.
livery. Make the pnr
dttaes and we'll
MM than swsj
far delivery at say
that yon may
amounting to 15.00
or more we will
deliver wittnn 100
mile free o
We nom await the final order from inta Clans for the Xmas candj There is
no doubt but what it 11 mean ow ?ntir supplj and tueVBue Corner tandies will
teats In tlie greater percentage of storings on Xmas lZe than anv other makes
Tbey axe the most toothsome eonfertionb of any In the cm Bvei v grain free from
Imparity and unscrupulous making Every piece is a sample of goodness The
finem. of sugars, the richest flavorings, and knowing bauds are the onl features con
nectod with their making; Our candies are received daily from the confectioners ami
immediately sent to the counters Give us jour order now Pick out the preferred
kinds and we will deliver them at any time ycti maj name Boxed and selected on
taw day of delivery. Entertainments, Sunday schools, public schools and all nffairb
desirous of purchasing In quantities of 25 pounds or over are given a er liberal
Oar 12c Candies have taken the entire space heretofore occu
pied by the Candy Department. Among the varietj are pineapple
asquettes, coco bonbons, Cuba chocolate caramels, mint wafers
buttercups, cream wafers, &g pastes, coco caramels, eryetallized
spricota, chocolate nut caramels, cream dates, nougats, jellj beans,
paper-wrapped caramels, cream mint drops, honey chips, fig coco
caramels, and marshmalkw.
"We have devoted an entire big booth to the sale of our 19c
Candy. It's situated right across from the 13c stand. Among the
variety are chocolate-covered cocoa nut, peppermint, marsh mallows
pineapple, fig. trilbies, peanut clusters, molasses crumbs, winter
greens, grenobie, pecan wafers, dates, mountains, nonpareils, car
amels, nectar, nougat, margarite, Italian creams, oranges, St.
Kicholas, bonbons, and molasses chips.
a who ueiMiit tor
On the face of an unpre-ederted ruh our toj stock maintains its complete
ness. It is surely a wonderful assemblage of toy production Ever tleer and amus
ing device for childish Joj and there is do II town, almost a distinct principalis
extensively inhabited bj the most beautiful women and men, and tbej'll change hands
for the littlest prices
Folding beds neatly made and finely en-
eled in blue 14 inches long, and 1 Cr.
big alue for '
Iron fence for the tree S feet long QOC
end solidly constructed. Special price. 30
Oak bureaus fine brass trimming OQC
and neatly made. 59c value, for . . .
Oak sideboards brass trimmed and
nicely made. Reduced from 59c Out
Iron express wagcas couldn't think of
anything better for the boy We hate OQt
reduced this one from $1 25 to 0J
jh 1J9 J f Pt
A purchase lliat sots a record in petticoat retailing. To buy
1,000 petticoats of one stIo, no concern Las ever attempted before.
We bought them because the price amis so ridiculously low, and
knew that you would eagerly snap up such a value when you
realized the quality and newness of each petticoat. They are made
of black mercerised Italian cloth, known for its lasting wearing
qualities umbrella style, with four
every feature carefully sewed and finished. At 3
they are cracking good values, but doubly so at
AT THE QUALITY AND
SUITS and OVERCOATS,
They are sold elsewhere at $10 and $15 Much is eipected of us and we make
it a point never to disappoint THE PEOPLE.
S23-5-7-9 7th St. N. W.
CORNER MASSACHUSETTS AVENUI
Big Comfort for Little Money.
Our Saxony Wool
C. Atierliaeli, 7 .. II. Domestic S. IT.
- - it tiMr to wear if vou want
ti ihm. Inm inwt We suggest
A !;t I It S Tan aad trav Meicha
.l a I elairn YLCKWFAR in
Tin " I"ju. 50t the famous
!' H til" " MHHTs
nr winl.r lr!Hi and tFUOKV cll
rou-ti-. ji J i r i , neiui nalm onlv $1 50.
jMOORE k Lb -.wj vsHaMrcet.
cedC-tt turf-re c AT IJvttli
For Your Xmas Dinner
J Let Us Send a Case of
I "Export" or
J 24 bott'es of these de
,K iicious beers delivered
X in unlettered waffons
J only $1.25. Write or
? Washington Brewery Co.,
? tTti AKD P SIS. N.E. 'Phoae 215t.
Give a m
4 Si BOTTtls OV1Y fLS !
T ' T
S. KANN, SONS & CO
We trill engrave,
without anv addi
tional cost all arti
cle of Jewelrv or
Wc will furnish
you with handsome
fancy boxes with
m cry purchase
Hay wagons large, and every de- 9QC
tall well finished. Reduced from 50c to. "
Fine evpress wagons strongly built and
worth a good deal more raonej. Spe- QOC
agon i nexpen si e, 0 Q C
though good. Reduced from 59c to ..
Buck boards to seats, made with fhe
oak slats brake attachment Magnihcent-
' ly constructed. Tagged 6.48 Or- U 7C
fered j ou at . . "' '
Boys' tool chests complete outfit of de
I pendable tools Speciallj reduced to OUC
i onij . . . OvJ
small ruflies, and
9 Market Space.
AN ORDER FOR YOUR
for thp liday baking will be one of the things
that e i'l be g j to find in our slocking or
on our books at an time it ira pleare jou to
pve it to uk No greater pleasure or convenience
esn be found for the boueenife, in baking her
Amas nd New er oaki pies, bitad, turkey
than with the clean a-J high grade Wjoming
coal from Zeh's
WM. J. ZEH. 70211th st. n. w.
Shoe Prices Halved.
A sweeping: succms Men's Women's, and Cliil
dren's Shoes from the Marceron stock going at
one-half former prifirjr Sale being conducted
st PIS Eighth Hreei southeast S Ilil Rhlt.
J. r. noniASo.v,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
1S0S ltth tt ow.
Everybody likes "Diamond"
Beer, brewed by the National
Capital Brewing Co., because it's
pure, old, and delightful in flavor.
Sold in all first-class establish
ments. Call for "Diamond."
THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY. DEOEfBER 21, 1899.
Gie the men a
truh sei it cable,
useful gift ghe
We're Aell prepared to supply
the demand for "gift"' Slipperb.
TheA 're Crocker's qualities at
s black and ru-
Alen's Russet Romeos at $1.98.
If Aoifie going to gie the men
Shoes, don't ge shoes of ques
tionable quality. These e can
ell a fiord to boast of:
Men's Bhuk Bo Calf, Black
Vici Kid, and Winter Ku&sel
Scm ed Shoes, new-
shapes. A splendid (T
value at the siecial
pric e of
Shoes Shined Free,
939 Pa. Ave(
nillWJn, DlllMHKIt Jl 3w
The M cntlicr Iiidic.itiitUH.
Tair Thursdav and 1 ndaj , anahk ml-,
inoetlj fiesli westerly
liowest tcmperatiirt , 0 p m ... ..
Highest temperature, 4 j in . . .,
TI1K SUX AND MOON'
Sun rose . . 7 1G A M i cun set?
Moon rues .. 0.24 1' M I Moou sets
ni srs or tur moov for dfc fmijf h
pw . 21 i Full . T t!i
1 irst quarter. . . . 0th , IjLst quarter 1 1 i
Shoes as Gifts.
Iw til 5-12 Ol atil, L'P M
High tide 1103 AM ami 11 o-. ! M
Imps lit todaj 1 V I M
Lamps out tomorrow . . b 2 V I
National Theatre .Tames K. Ilackttt in " R
pert of Ilentzau," tcning.
Grand Uj)-Ta House adcviile, afternoon and
Academe of Music .Tobnstone Hennrtt in '
Femak Dnnner," npiiintr.
Uernau'b Ljceum ' bOcial Maiu" Compajij ,
afternoon and c tiling
IN AND ABOUT THE CITY.
Sue for the 1'uj nieiit of n "Note.
A suit was filed esterda h the icml Ni
tional Bank of aldington atcamat O Hi nv
Tories and othtrs, to eolloct $t,oW, allg-d t
be due on a promisor note
Indoor HnilinII T:tm Iiivnriiiirntoil.
A certificate of incorporation of Uu Huh
School Irdoor BaMlwll Taia -and. AtlileUt Am
cianon was put on rt'eord jesterdaj 'lh in
corporators are Chirles A enable, Jamra 'i
Hughes, and John "ilye
llnptlht ChurehH lncorimriite.
Articlefl of incorporation of the Columbia A
sowation of Baptist Cliurches of Vaungton, U
C , were placed on record yesterday The in
corporators are V Shalleuberger, Pamuel l
Yeatman, and Wannp 1. Fv-ans.
Anlvlt? llrokcn 1 n Tall.
Mrs Hanna Reed, of Jeffersoji rect, George
town, while walking 111 the jard about her home
jesterdav afternoon, fell and broke her right
ankle She was removed to the Georgetown Uni
veretU Hospital in the patrol wagon from the
Seventh precinct station.
Snturrtnj Hnlf-Ilolulaj for Clerics.
Such of the tmplojes of the Treasur Depart
ment as can le spared from their work will lie
allowed a half holidav on the SaUinlav preceding
Christmas and ew ear The department will
lie optnas usual, but those who can le span d
mav leave at noon The order granting the leave
has been issued bj S-cntarj Gage
Spanish "War ctuimiM 1Io-.
Tlie elson A Miles ( uiiiinaiul, Spanisli War
eterJlls laid their monthl meeting last night
jt bclimidt'fl Hall, in mth Street A commit
tec was pMSiiited to arraiige dates for open meet
mgs during the winter ( ol .' H Braglnin, A
sistant Scretarj of gnculture, iad . short ad
drcsg riie date of the nt iKlg' 1 Jmmarj
S(-Uiiipr the ItcCdMT f JticU.
IlearuiK in the rase of Thomas M (-arr, again'.t
Robert R White, William McGuire, Tolin Curlin,
executors of the estite of Dennis Council, and
others, to recovir $30,000 in stock for services
rendered in organizing the Consumers' Hrcwcrj
Companv began ve-4erda in Cirtmit Oonrt, o 2,
befon luBtice- Iiradlev Hie plaintiff is repre
sented by A S Worthinton and Thompson and
l-rsiltj and the defendants by J J Darlington
and A A Isipbcoinb
n Oiiliiion Wan toil.
Tlie t tonic v for the Dibtuct has been request
ed to report 10 the Coiiimneionci; the legal stu
tus of the daiighter of W W Siiwon, of IIardebt,
Md , whose father claims that he is exempt from
pajing nonresident school tuition on the ground
that his child has lived in the District more than
two ycairi The child resides with her father s
cousin, who, it is claimed, has practicall adopt
ed her as his own
I'nrc rood Coiikticmh to Hoef "Unroll 7.
The National Pure Pood and Drug Congress will
meet in Washington on March 7, 1100 This was
determined bv the Executive Committee at a
meeting held on Tuewlav at Willanl Hall Thi
local dvinorv Committee wan authorized to make
the neearv arrangements and the correspond!!,;
ecretarv, A J Wedderburn was instructed to
ishio the call for tlie meeting Tlie members
of the 1 xecutne fVdimiUtce present yigre W il
ium FVear, of Pennsjlvania, who presided, V I
II Crackc, ewiMtant )iure food commis-nuncr,
Vew 'iork W b 1 liompsoii, of A ailnngton ,
lYanklyn Dje, Secrvtarj State Hoard of Agri
culture Trenton, N J . Alexander J Wedder
burn, of "Virginia, and Dr II W Wilej, chemist
Department of Agriculture and chairman of
Committee on Legihlitlon of the coiigictia
' Phone 1jj2 "
-to anjbodv, would be a
Our prices are moderate, and ours ia
the onlj place in the cit) to buy the
GrMlNL WFI-S1UCII LIGHT.
Our new addrcui is
439 7th St. N. W.
bOO Quarts Best Cranbenie, lineht fruit.
This special cranberry sale is for today only, make up
a our order and come down early.
A special mixture of large English Walnuts, American
walnuts, Brnxil nuts at special price, Tic lb.
l,r00 dozen good fiesh eggs
300 large Gib. Christmas
exceedingly -well fruited. The
Toda.A ."500 of the splendid
to go for 12c each.
n 9 c
300 of those magnificent large fruit pound cakes. These
cakes aie very fiesh, and are fruited with those delicious
Spanish Sultana raisins without seeds. Trice for whole cake,
5 "lbs., for 50c; by the block, 30c.
Those large grenobie walnuts are the finest in town g
shell easih broken, meat very sweet: their Aalue elsewhere
than at Johnston's ould be Uentj he cents, Johnston's i
price, loc lb.
700 of those nice little lean
mv small in weight, a n lbs.,
aboe price. Me lb., is for today
800 more for toda of those handsome large brown millry
cotoanuts. Bin them for the children, the'ie a Chiistma
1reat at a bargain price; worth 8c anywhere. Johnston's
price today, 34c. Onlj today.
JOHiSTOiM'S, 729 Seventh St.
&&!&&& mm,m$m&i &&&&&&(
rineil in Police Court.
111 nn he Tripp colored, appeared in the I'jIic
Court vcsteiday to answer a charge of tcaling
a wai-t and a sheet vslud at $3 2o, the propertv
of Alice l'nnc The Tripp woman and her liu
band arc at present awaiting tnil on j. charge I
of grand lareeuv In the cae of petty larcinv
Judge Scott imposed a ttne of $10 or thin- davs
in jail j
Coiiicteil ot Theft. j
Albert Contce and Loin Johnon, colored, wne
enargeel in the Police Court veaterdai with the
theft of two bags of oat-, valued at $3, the prop
crtv of the Baltimore and Ohio IUilroad Com J
panv Uhe -policeman who made the arrest -aid
that he caught the bovs in the act of taking the
i.ij ivr.ni b nir in the frenrlit vards A iinc f .
$5 or fifteen da-s in Jill was lmiiosed m each
The "Uortalltv ileoord.
'liie loJiowinir ucjuh nc Lniv.. . -
Health Oflleer jesterdaj Maria S Irwin, S5 (
jears, Caroline White, 72 years, Marj Matluws, ,
70 veare, H1U W lllair, ift vears, lames I C hn
tianc, fi" voars, William 11 Compton, "i.i vears.
Prank Wright, 3r jears, Luanda Oaskins, 32 I
jears, CJcorge Mam, 2 vear-, Ilia h 1 van
veHrs, viarv m ei-Hn,- "" "-'.
.i montlis, and infant of CJrace 1 dimnstoii, 2
II.ij Aeeept the ltevvitrel.
The recommendation of Major Svlvcuter to al
low- Detective, Hartigan and McNamee to ac
cept a reward of $10, 1c 20 pel cent, to be turn
ed over to the chief clerk for the helmet and
c!ithing fund, ik approved b the Comnns
aoncrh vestcrdav liie rewirel was tendeied the
eletechve bv Horace M .Ionian an unplove ef
.!.. l.il.i-jn Tf Tnmrr. in ri-i Oiriiii ion of the eer
vices of the officers in recovering a watch and
chain which had been stoleii from Mrs Jordan
llnterert n I'lea of Guilt j.
lohn F Cottier was arraigned before ludge
Scott m the Police Court vesterelav morning
charged with the c mleezzle ment of $10 from C C
Mueller, a confectioner The elefendant entered
a plea of guilty, and was held b Judge Scott in
$500 bond for the action of tlie grand Jim
Cottier claimed that he did not take the moncj
with the intention of keeping it He had been
drinking, he said, and while under the influence
of liquor did that for winch he was not it tlie
Cclelirntioii of llonthl-v Services.
The Perpetual doraticm Societv of St Pauls
Catholic Church, will eelebrate its solemn month
lj Eervices todev Mas ot exposition will be re
01 ted at 0 o'efoek, at which the singing of the
schoolchildren of the parish will be a feature
Itev lather Dolan, of St Patrick's Church, will
deliver a sermon at 4 p m , tollowed bv bene
diction and sacrament At the serwees the fol
lowing music will be rendereel " em C relator
Spiralis" (Monti) "O Salutaris Ho4ia' (Crose),
"Tintum Krgo" cJSilas), "Adoramug in ctei
'Phe Teule teivv i IJlirarj.
Tlie Tenlej town Librar) Asnocialion was fullv
organized m September last to establish a libiarj
and reading room in the village of I'enlevtown
and to promote the education and to entertain
the j mull of the village and neihboihood The
plaiw fjr literary entertainment were fullj dis
cuspeil, and the tolic nation of books and games
begun The boaid of management feels vcrv
grateful for the donations receivcel, anel the in
tenrt manifeated bv the inanv enquiries inel good
wishes met in Washington and Geoigetovvn In
the two months iince the reading room wj
opened, there have been 8J3 visitors, bojs and
girls It has onlj been possible to open the
tuOla two evenings Hi the week, but with a little
financial aid much more gooel c-in Im ace out
plisUcd md application has alieady been made
to the Carnegie hbrarv committee for the estalj
lirfiincnt of a branch library at tlie earlte-it pos
sible time. The oflleers most heartilj welcome
the movement jur.t started m Takomi, as a link
i the chain of evidence of the need of the plan
in all tlw suburbs
Tlie irritation ip -the throat which feeds a
cough is firmly ciuieted - b the simple 5 cent
Dean's mentholated drops.
729 Seventh St. t
11 c lb.
at our special egg sale,
Fruit Cakes, Aery high grade,
a hole G lb cake,
lib. heay weight fruit cake,
California ITams. They run
0 lbs., and 7 lbs. each. The
$1.59 Men's Silklined Gloves,
eluv present. 11 Kill'.
VICIIU C II, 7 A. II.
D.nnsiic S. M. Tel. 772.
From 10 up Wreitlis, 3c up Balsam lir
Trees Needle Pines from Tar Heel State.
Hoping Wreaths Hornet Nests, etc , etc
Hollr. Mistletoe, and Ivergreens from hisUnc
Mount enion woodh lacked anel chipped m
mot-. IiimsI casts to an part of the Lniteel
btites), -.j to 5J
soLTHiiitN mi:itr,ni:i: co.,
st; cor ef 3th and Pa Vve W
N IJ l gooels promptly delivered
for a Few
Days Only !
Ulnte Ash Pea Coal 4 23
White Ash Furnace Goal $5 50
White Ah Fgg Coal ?5 75
White Ah Stove Cosl $5 75
White Kih Chestnut Coal $5 75
Hed Ash Stove Coal S 25
Likens alle Move Coal $6 53
Yards No II II st. nc , and cor 4th and F
tis ne Office, 1335 F st aw noil tf
Nee Will Trust Vou.'r
Furniture, Carpet'. Crockery, Iledding, Etc
1" J NFr 7th L 11 Sts
"W.'L. DOUGLAS $3.50 SHOE.""
My Washington store. 1013 Pa ave nw
Bell3 of Nelson Pure Whm $1
735 Seventh St. tN. W.
Suits, $8.90. Pants, 3.45.
HORN.lffi.W. 637 F St.
Uncle Sam Don't Wear
"""N. a Tnxa, but he carries the Air
Qt.jfv Cushion Truss all over tlie Lniled
tV States. Mto, women, and cluluiciV
tear and like them The Air Cushion Pad holds
with comfort, nothing else will. Consultation
and two weeks' trial free. Office, parlors, wait
ing and consultation rooms on the same floor.
Catalogue free THE IIORICK AIH CUSIIION
TIIUSS COMPANY, 1221 T t. aw., Zd floer.
(lifts born of appreciation. Snch as the recipient
would be a thousand times delighted to receive, aad tbat
is the main feature in gift giving:. We don't ask yow to
pay cash. Without one penny extra east you are offered
the privilege of paying iu you are able. Ours is free aad
You'H finer a -woman
careful to Sad a safe
place for ber correspon
dence and stationery She would be
n thousand times pleased with a desk
I ke Mils Beautifully made and
Hph'y finished in oak or mahogany
dsh or credit only $3.95.
Do you want a good
sugKCstioiT fear a thor-
miEhly anDreelat ab 1
Biff MORRIS CHA1P5 a suretr. To
show- you for how little we sen the
bpt Tine, restful Mlorria Chair.
soft valour-covered cushions, and
-well constructed. Aa absolute $7.50
value Cash or credit, $4 50.
Tou might give a
pretty White Enameled
Bed fine brs trim-
in rigs and thoroughly well built A
wonder for $3 95. Cash or credit.
Your dining room
t probably needs an Ex
tension Table. We sug
gest one of our large Oak Extension
Tables hiRhly polished. Cash or
credit $9 50.
415417 Seventh Street.
-Open Every Eening This Week-
Goods saved from the great Phllaelelphia fi'e and purchased by us from the un
der vnters for a mere song The doubling and trebling of our sales during the past
fertmght is positive proof that the grandest values axe awaiting you here. The
mightiest of thu gear's sale of Clothing and Furwahmgi.
Men's $30 & 40 Overcoats Sacrificed at $13.75.
Genuine " icunas, farr's English Meltons, and Montagnaca raw edge strap some
satin lined throughout.
Men's $20 Overcoats Sacrificed at 9:40.
A magnificent assortment of heavy winter overcoats, made with the utmost care.
All of them $20 value.
Men's, Boys' and Children's Mackintoshes from $1.39 up.
5S Young Men's Overcoats, 53.90.
For voung men we've got the banner
stock 1I our S Winter Overcoats go
ing for $3 SO.
0 Young Men's Ojercoats, Hid.
Sv,el! looking ones. too. Made of blue
and black kersev. Going tor $-1.25.
10 Storm Ulsters, UAi
I ife avcr, every one of them. With
big stunn collars. Worth $10. Going- for
12 Ulsters, 5.
riiev re strong a lrenr "Made of good
Delfant frieze W ortli $12, and going tor
Boys' and Children's Clothing.
Boys' S3 Suits, 1.88.
splendiel lot ot Boys Strictly Ul
w eI Suits, made in an exceptionally
Boys' SI.50 Leggins, SSc.
lot of Hos Nobby Leather Leg
girs, sp'endid quality; perfect fitting
95c Boys' Leggins, 59c.
( tu Wren's superior ptahty Corduroy
Leggnis, timshed in perfect style
S3 Children's Suits, !.
M 'thors will jump at this opportunity.
The) 're well made amC they'll last king
Going fo- fl. -
4 Children's Suits, 1.89.
Sizes, G to Id yeawdouble seat and
knee, tape seams. """'
Men's Mufflers and Neckwear.
Twentv five dozen Men's
Muifleia new stj e, niceh Kj-k
lined for vJUl;
Two hundred dez Mens Iieautmil Silk
and Sitin Neckwear Made up in
Tecks, Puffs, anel lour in
HincLs, and Imperials Hand yf -
somelv boxed -frOLr
Silk Initial Japonetie Hanilkerehufs,
hemstitched and extra lirge 1 Oflo
size Ucced . B -2V
C.re?y and Tan I ndressed Kid Q O j-.
Gloves, fhe usual fl M cjualitj & C5 O
bilk l mbrellas. Prince of Wales and
Ojicra trextks, and xtratght handles of
( ong and W'ampoo Horn. Metal
trimmed, with steel rod pa dS""
rage n frame ? V
For the Motormen.
We carrv everv conceivable article for
jour comfort during the frosty term,
which include the large Gauntlet itm,
water j root lined, pulse warmers, Ear
anl Head Hood, Sweaters, Wool Jack
et j, etc.
it Friedlander &
i ffysM FiTrrrSiAi
combine utility aad"
a Book to securely place peraoaal
matters aad a bookcase all ia- one.
Now what could be steer? We
a beauty, large, golden Mfc ftataav
aad finely made. Caak or cxedtt.
As etesjaat Faxier
3uite. with, a ram
Inlaid fraase. aad
upholstered with silk damask; earn
be had at an unusually low pries.
Cash or credit, $22.75.
A rf We
ly carved, highly polished; richly
constructed front, with large plate
mirror Cash or credit, $19.5t.
A ToUet Table to
dainty, serviceable arti
cle of tandture. Ya&
be surprised at their usefulness. A
a Christmas inducement we offer a
Toilet Table, mahogany fatahed.
with drawer and French plate mir
ror. Cash or credit, $4.96.
A very rich hick-back:
Parlor Chair. Silk
ask seat; line
mahogany finished frame. Cask or
credit. $5 50.
A humming big valne,
this large 5-drawer gold-
J en oak Chiffonier: finelr
finished . worth $6 50, for $4.95. Cash
$12 Men's Overcoats, 5.65.
Medium weight Overcoats. Welt tail
ored and finished. W orth H2. Ceiaa far
18 Men's Suits, S9.40.
Elegantly made and perfect itttaa
Overcoat extra warm linings. Worth
$lb. Going for .Kk.
$15 Men's Overcoats, $6.85.
Made of extra quality chinchilla, wwl
en lined extra large coUara, Worth fla.
Going for 9&SS.
8 Bike Storm Coats. S3.75.
For outdoor people who don't cafe for
long coats Aery warm and worth 8w
Gong for 3 75.
Boys' $3.50 Reefers, 1.47.
Boys' Xatty Keefera, heavy qoalitr.
flniahed with broad bindings, large rfl
or collar, au.l lined with doable eatat-
3.50 Vestie Salts, $1.83.
Children's Vestie SuiK siaes, S to 3
years vests and pants trimmed with
braid in nobby dark greens aad brown,
6 and $8 Children's Suits, S3.S9.
The vcrv finest Children's Suits maaa
factured wide wale coats, panto, aad
vest sues, 10 to 1ft.
$8 Youths' & Boys' Overcoats, $3.87
Bine and Black Beaver Overcoats, fin
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substantially lined with serge.
( Men's Suspenders.
The celebrated ' Monarch" and "Ko
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pink, while, black, and many
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single and double breasted
shirts. All wool... .
Men's Fine Cloth Caps, silk
Boys and Men Derhrs
Leggins for Children.
Children's Goat Leather Legsnj, fin
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manner Ages, from 2 to tf I CT
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Finest Jersey Leggins . CJ f -
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Corner of Ninth
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