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®oys' Suits for $5 I ISS&t I *&* Jp 1 ' r, • l5l^»f«fol 5 l^»f«foo s Long Coat Broadcloth Suitsll
The Newest and Most Fashionable aJ^S.^eCw^ Vffi£j@tloOtUlilf • v22SSS; 5 With BolerOS Only $35 \u25a0 5
Styles for Boys 2% to 16 Years »h«. *\u0084. h...h «id ih« f^n™. \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0 \u25a0'•-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 - -»—- - te«i wd> aa^. 23 »a«. w>. NewY< Av^fc dewJopmenb in" *,<*»«•,. and" - '^-^ ' *
" place for 35 year*. Get free fashion > : "' •^ M a^l^^ . , .- v. . 1 1 inches deep,- tH \ inches wide, reg- . . . -\u25a0,- \u25a0- .\u25a0• .., - . - J - -,i. •- \u25a0• -*. • • j- . i i • _^. >UAa %
. r ~ K Russian Suits, sizes Theet at o ter "^^^PBB^^^^AMCfHCA^s CRANQEST STORS u | ar *j 2 5 T ;.', misses coats, suits and skirts are immediately shown '^sSsjs^m *
2ji lo 8 yem, serge b all see a coun c . | - - |.* .' ' V . v V m nnr rlUplavV Wt» art» 'nnlv 5' days away from $
fej colors and fine mirtmes; With \ #~^ • --' :<: < .-\u25a0 '^ -^ "•\u25a0\u25a0v.'V::^ ,i- ;^ ;- .v ; ; ; ._,,.-,^r ;,;,,,,. v: "\u25a0. l:"-^ ;\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 V New.York and the innovations of* the famous mo- flfiE^A 3»
\j) i%^ taN^orßu^ter] | » Ss/© of our recent purchßSG of :• »
V| f P^), E! g ?o?chfvioUnbL fi or/ A" \MbEI JL Finß+l* TnV Stint* If Commences Otto _ '\u25a0; the Eastern style' shops' af home. ;."" Jfe? 5
/>. S f 4iKilS S F/l brown and pretty mixtures A 1 WW BM B Qt «" f #lt^ff # t#Jf WtUtrK WOOk frOtti Monday ' \u25a0'-..\u25a0. ;''./•\u2666\u2666•' I " '5
/'^\ |'°^ \A kIS/S ! tiout.r.ton.td.. su«st o i2yr..( jl r j t t^rj months to classify and repnee this great stock of toys, which are qow to be sold at coat suits; in the most desirable #*H^ V^fe^^' *
VT l^WiU «oi6 I y L.!nt t biu C N^ g eijA" 1 half and less than half to make room for our own mammoth hoHday stocks. It wiU be a big event. ; "-t'M'lxJ llT' |
j7w»U j ).• /^\-fg'^i cr D obbypiaii in cVk mixture.. Ifi V / '- \u25a0 \u25a0 ' ' "' \u25a0" - ' ' \u25a0 -\u25a0--\u25a0-\u25a0-.- \u25a0 J __ \u25a0 • - . *. \u25a0 gray.lroVvn, plum and black, are here ' MLMik\\vtU>mSr ?
<^* .3- -jm^Jl Two - piece Suits, F'• V_x « ~^ST~ ~" jT jif-r- - -\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0*-\u25a0. ~ \u25a0"'' '"'\u25a0\u25a0' ' in abundance. ' ?. " •vV'JftßSfiWt I Mi. WSF 5
yj^Yr>^|^^. r e^ , Sale Crepe tie C^^^s 52c^ya«# New ,o n^ . *
t «/JVtv ! PSS\wTTS9 Knickerbockers, others plain. r^ ft n i r i- • v 1 *J - L \u25a0 - ''-' : ; ''• '"\u25a0 I ' '^"c -n '~ :: ' : "^'^i r' :.'\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0': \ '\v I^CW long COBI DroaaClOin SUIU >su?S\ fflafi^*' X
isiiilX] »• 9f& jT^^ffi'So"* 1111 * 11 ** I*7-1 * 7 -'' 5000 yards or this prettiest, most popular and most economy \'^wivJh{telcros.\Vn[he<'tmtfo^ect ''/^^^W'- / £
•$ XI $ ° * n.e the5e....... and while quantity lasts. It is^24 inches wide, has a beautiful^^ cluster, drapes gracefully and when soiled added to the' long coat suit is the new- / .^Jlla, fli \
m ffi Wl* t Fi " e L Dress Suits for $7.00, si7es is easily cleaned. Tricolors iri' this lot are, cream, white,^^ivory, sky^ blue, turquoise, lavender, helio, pearl, esitKing shown. The coat is 50 inches . \u25a0//. iflMuflL S
ti \ ftU \u25a0&£X^!*L tr^^pf^ canary, gray, mode/ castor, tan, cardinal, purple, greens, roy^l, navy, brown -and black, values /-Q^ feted^ Xle^^L W /f */UW f ' I
M l\ fnitV^it^^" ol^ 1101 ""* 1 75c to 85c yard, sale price..... ................ :v. . ....^.v. .... ...... ...... ..'CF^W V et and gold bVaid trimmed. Novelty /*// i t/7 ff#p ?
W fc\ t?T '- ! J'Piece suits, with the new high cut vest; .: - ' \u25a0 ' • •-\u25a0-•:.•. ; •\u25a0-' .' . . i- 1 1 i ir >i »/ / /'// " •W///J '\u25a0'Pl *
/I »!! made o { Wtser ?e or undressed \u25a0_ - m J mm-mm- " ±* m buttons cleverly placed furms ha pretty ,/M y'l /J;| J
© -w.ckor^ue.soodi-ior. 7 Authoritative Autumn Millmery Styles tnmming. The p^ted arcuiar **fM 7 : il MM i
i- w wg. pertect htting; big bargains »X...^r w \u0084,,,.,,-„>. .^ ;<, , \u0084 ; . :r: :- -\u25a0• ;i .^ ,„,•#:-,-...•- . ;1S the newest creation ol skirt- - : /\u25a0/iflll ; I*' ' *B\l\* *' "
Tuxodo Suits Reduced, only "40 suits in the two lots, and mostly the finer Our beautiful winter modelsffdm Paris ',:..\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ;^p<- \u25a0 \ enable us to make a : handsomer and dom. Price should be $42.50, /'(mi $ /« { %
C nes.,i 2 «for^s6to,6^^b^^ an d York IVS 3 S -jßif' / /jf iffi *
$12.50 perfect fitting T«edo»Li. $7.75 that are expressiveof the best style-thoughts ' mSf 11 *^^ oC/?o C /?, rf M " shown m ; one , ca $c and . v \ VW /WKfr-Jf J HL |
White s hiru for dre« 750 New shaped coliars .. . Wo o[ {limom artistes . An assemblage WBk^^ : X^^-^^^^' of ;S?J?-^ Smart new fall coatcttccts KflTw TKW_ 1
Boys newest neckwear .. . 250 New telescope hats .. . $1.50 t . . i 1 i ill J&B9rsft&*** — I Th*» di?nlav TAn I K/» cr» nrranrrArl triaf vnn '- -, jr"-.» j i t r *^ j fllaßm \ W Vtf l»W— 5
a P ,. b patent leather or cloth .. . 75c to $2.75 of exquisite models that are renderedad- /^MMM&L j ak P»ay will be so arranged tnat. you _ —coverts, broadcloths and man- f^^4^-^rl&-— «U^ *
============== dihonally charming s by % their exclusive- h^^^^o^ C ? mo !: e hnc hats here and to better nish mixtures. ThreeK,uarter '71^ gp^ 5
affl/ Hr^S Met 50C ness -, Als ? many charming hats de- l|f^^? advantage than m any store we know of, y^ STJISU. I«I, and evening weaTpric^ $10. |
rri i /r / . . . . . . signed and executed v m our own work- '\u25a0 .Jvt&f : Imported «nd i domestic models fronT. : $15 to $5O $12.50' $15 $20 and "upward. ~ S
These are the 4>inch wash dress nets m many attractive patterns, r ooms— hats with a dash about them V Imst^ m^^^j¥ The Ra ln coat-i, » pop^ demand now. women buy them for pre«nt wear, for gen-: g
including dotted e&ectS, little Squares, fish eye pattems.etC, in ecm/ that IS tmlv CaDtivatinff V x f* r^r^ Felt turbans and Continentals $2.5O 3 53 and $3. 50 eral utility, shopping, driring, motoring and walking. Later they will come m ' rn^hty ' handy %
pink, white and light blue; also a few pieces of all "Silk 45-inch net, J V 6* :^\."ii Children*. haU, Colonials and sailors V ....:.. when the ram begins to f all.. Craveaettes and other popular proofed material, in tho pretties* jj
square mesK black only, not a piece Jn^the two lots worth less '^^^o^^^^^M^ V«y P re«y 'trimmed ,' hit.- '%£'™ £****.- ° %^«enVain coi. $10. $1150. $15> . . . ...„/.;•: -V> •• • " 1
than $1 a yard and worth up to $1.25, beginning CT/^/> with new nxtures and showcases that .' \u25a0'••.'.^V* ...;•../..... ?....: $5 to $7.50 Misso' iaincoaufoir;i4,i6 and 18 yean, $7.75 and up. *-• v
Monday morning, special, yard - vl/V - . ' '" [ t [\ "'" _' '' ' "' v - /-. / Dressy. Lace Waists— Net. r $5.00; j Newest Maid , Waists' for $7.50; kow- *
' » " «^ »^»« ' '\u25a0 '\u25a0-"' ; \u25a0- : u^'^mm' \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0- V ii, • German val " lace. ! $7.50; baby ? Irish 1 .. of -new ' clererry designed tailored • and S
*f SO Sateen Petticoats £1 IB Sales Bedding amk \ Flannelettes • : ~^; v v V^^^^^^?»s»^ I
A,!lnnr, j r , i v ?"^ #^ Wednesday "if quantities last: 36-lltCh All-Wool AJbatrOSS I
Only 400 of Aese mercerized sateen slorts and the «Ie begins to-morrow Honeycomb Spreads^Well made; heavy all-white ones, for three- > California White Woor^^ Vq«^^# ' 1
morning. This is a hint to the wise. I here are two styles; one with I/- quaiter beds, the $1 kind . . .... ..,.../..; . . .72C before the advance in wool, pair :.;.... V. : . . $5.35 9/9CCtSi iVMOnUQJf &mJG TSi*O #
inch accordion pleated ruffle, with two rows of tailored strapping and fin- Crochet Spreads-Uniisually large, good quality, instead of $1.75 '\u25a0\u25a0: Bod (ShoetS-^o6A^bleached. at less than present cort of material: varris of this nrettv soft- fabric in "•'niain- "colors suitable (or S
ished with a tucked Bare flounce and dust ruffle, the other has a succes- each. ,ale price - .;...'..,..: ... . V-.". :SU3B Single bed:, ae-54x 90. y&£^:\^&us;:^:f2%o! ? u^ y a TOS. ° r : P^V Vla pne mp^^ colors, suitaDie tor «
sion of six small ruffles. Colors black, navy, brown or green. rf> || Q Colored Spreads-Well made, full «ize. hemmed ends. red. . navy. Double bed «e-fll x9O, each ... . ; .. ... . 1 . . . ;52%6 street ° r evening wear, for. misses J or ; ladies dresses, waists or fi
Cut wide and full and worth $1.50, for •••• • • • •tpl«IO pink and light blue, each ............. ...;©||o Sheeting— Good bleached, no dressing^ less than mill cost: ' hoUSC gOWnS, Sold everywhere at 50c^ t6 60c ; the yard, r OQi^ j
Sateen and moreen petticoats in dozens of styles from . . $1.35 to $4 P reads - FuU H-y52 : 25 ;kind (some, slight^ ,90 inched ,^. 21o; \u0084 45 inch/yard V, , \u25a0. 'U^:/ on special sale beginning"- Monday .,...:: ;::... .. . . Oc7V |
L Beautiful alk petticoats in big.vanety of new styles, .-§5 tO $17.50 White T Blankets-70x80 inches, -heavy ones, pair .. . $UQO wrappers, ho^ dre^, kimonas.'all s new and^hig^class/K^ . AWi :^ii-- i W^il' ; nM«M«i.";^O«#Ai «
======= .White Blankets— Cotton^warp^ wool filling. 60 inches :"wide,-^pair./ splendid assortment, bexinmng | Monday) yard .. .!. , . V :: Cf U f^fSfff -•" SUifm \u25a0: : l/f^J^Cf^jf , O^fCT^S "' j{
Best Tane&trv Garnet $1 ' ' ' ' ''\u25a0" ' " " • .- ••••\u25a0: • • o^ heavy^^!«^d^ : ;.: . ; . . . . -^o s
\u25a0^ •' *^ "^ \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0 tzn** R**r*Mr PAfMiic C^'ln" Cm«immi«l " : * " o" «. »* A^ previous v curtairi> and; drapery sajes since- the- opening of; this store, and for ,£
Tapestry Brussels Carpet, best quality, the well known C^ C^ Y^mf -***? t?*™**^ I^^?^^^^ Mot^^
Stinson make, in Oriental, floral and rug designs, suitable 25C each y Pictures $1.08 WOi?th SOG to $1.50 to -hundreds of ithnity housekeepers mSanFranosco and vicimry.- Here are |
for parlors, chambers, dining rooms, halls and stairs. Our regular ,&gga&L^Somt ' beauhes in I ?^^:^^ We cl^ d ° Ul a man^ ' /J^^iJ^- the facts m^bneh^ __^ • .- * - _ |
i . • • . l ' *U- J Jl^ ;tl X /n "^^r^nSw^rri Ull \u25a0 k f tures ln man y different subjects, facturer's entire lot of ##4^ r *>i^\ Nottingham Lace Curtains — In $ I. CO covers, each . .. . 880 X
lowest price m tOWn for UUS Carpet, made and laid, IS $1. ID fi^j |]W|f ! |M sheU or amber ef- f ramed .in fi ne Ormoloid gold * CtUfer S entir £ lot °V ifej/^f^l] novelty ancfbrussels effect, in white, ecru and $1.75 covers, each. ... 31-20 J
the yard; beginning Monday, special price... <& I ' f fl? M/ fect> fancy finish oval frames. . 1 3x 1 7 inches S'^^|%®fl Arabian colors, also corded Arabian curtain., 2 4-lnch Figured Cretonnes-Cieen. «2
Saxony Axmlnster Carpet in beau,. French WHton Rug, J2W4 inches. , ili^ Ws^^W^^A W^^^M^ S
fulOrj^l^landEoralde^d^ gcSc^tal^ gA^Off V^V^; "g l^ \u25a0[ \u0084^.. . ; i" •' BS' . "\u25a0\u25a0 75c»c, Dr^es-O { |
soft pile, newest patterns. ,u.t«b!e for all • ternB> for .. . *.'.. '. tp^i"«^rO '^^g|^^ -• - m , P lcture V -, :\u25a0 * he : .; h V }gj *f)5<V J-In' the ;lot are , ster- >^3^>W ' $3.00 curtains, pair :.">: $2M7 y ; sateens with deep fringe, each ... -««o S
andlaid.yard. . ..<l»^ des^. green and ,d # 65 II |/ to be Sold regular #^S .**! -fe "'' |
Axmlnster Rug, 27x54 inches. Orient*! worth $4.80 N^V $PhPP^%^ electnc lighted art rooms on second and tasty effecu; wrth O^S^^- "n .pot, and-kn^lZKcquaKty. yard Tal^Oovers-Ayr, and Gobefin J
t 1 aliens a $22.50 Smyrna Rug, 9x12 feet, all ,\u25a0' ' • f y - floor. : ; . or without Stone set- v ... .\ '-1..:.". : :v : SO : tapestry, fnnged all around. jt
"jOvl/b^nrin, QCT -"SSJ <X 1&' Q Our speaal sale pnee be- «^ C :" Framing of all kinds done on^ short tings, on special sale -be- &Jl*% Couch Co vers-Oriental effects, fringed 50c size. each. ........... Jso g
$2 jO^alue. begmmng -{J)| # Q{j *"* "^ ' tplO«^SO'. gmmg Monday; morning ;^«^V notice at loWest prices. m :•-\u25a0•: •-\u25a0• ; ' ginning Monday, each-: .^*^O 4 around/ 50 inches^ide: ;^ .; : $1.75 «e-each^ ; .; .. . \u0084 -. $1.29 J
Art Embroidery Dept. The Sale Prices of Furniture so Low 75c Gas Lamps 59c |
mi£ii£^sS^™.^ That You Will Marvel at the Qu \f^^ \
oent has necessitated more commodious quarters^and so in a few , . The Sale of OUrSUrpluS Stock of furniture Continues with Unabated interest - H I y " V descent ; gas "lamps, "complete" "with k
,tKnhelule^st»reta?b^iwU^er^J^juT^ just as good values ready fornext weekVselHng as any/of those that have been^t^ \ " // new g ", r^ to t»: |
Apartment will be moved to the first floor in the rear of the men's superior makes reduced toclose OUt theodd lotS*^ \--^ss/ flBlll^f 18111^ '\u25a0^^j^^. i J??s**\*iA 5
clothbg and famishing goods «=ction. permanent friends and customers. Here is a^"brief list of items: - .' ' : - ' '&'& ' ,' ; , C C^ > ; gS^RQg fc
We are of couise a little upset in the art needle work department r . -\u25a0,;\u25a0;-• . ,- ; ' >^ —^ " r . - J ' "-i ' - •• . _: \u25a0, Vj^ -. "'SSSaI ;-^instead ot /DC each ... ... CJl£j^ ji
justßow, bot to make your there to-morrow: especially inter- $2.25 golden oak sewing rockers, now \u25a0 /simOU - t ..UpholstcredParlor Furniture, Davenports, odd- 'li-tV/ Double frame and cap Welsbacri i Mantle*. ««h «
«ting. we offer these three extraofdinrry values: $4.5 OAveathered oak, cobbler : seat rocker.^3»4S»: .» . (f^^J > ; chairs, settees and ' three-piece parlor suites, now reduced: " Xjfn ....... \u25a0.-_. : :^250 and 200 S
French Renaissance Centers, and Dollies, juktly hand Other chairs and rockers selling now : VKSF T&^^SP*"' $730chaivf V /^si2^ ; ; $15.00^airs- . ; § 4>j-inch i double frame mantles, to fit^the Block 2
made, tome vithUnen centers .others all lace, centers which $7.50 kind .. ...55.25 $13.50 kinds ... $8 Ufislk /Tft '" T% $12.50 chairs . .^ff. 75 $17.50 chairs .. $12. SO or Camel burners, each ........ >{
repUrly sell for $I. for 50c; dodie. wheh regularly sej for $ 1 2.50 kind .- $18 kind. ...... $11 ./ t HQH Ja^^l ' $75.00 three-piece parlor suites, now .. J50.00 Wrought Iron Gas Reading Lamp— For table, £
50c. tor ;.;.. •••• • • \u25a0 £OO •• , * V M/11l V?*' -* r>i lLr=^ '- $55.00 two-piece par or suites, now ..$4-2.50 • with laroe «ouare ih«d^ With art ol asS nan«k bnrr,« m.nt!-^;™ 2
Swiss Bureau Sets-m.de of dottedSuis, with daintily col- Odd Dressers .in golden oak. burdseye maple SJfe^ff "" ' • *'92.50 thrLpiece parlor suite., now $110*0 I
ored fiord effects, trimmed with ruffles and lined with pink, blue, curly birch and mahogany, large cases with rrench wBKK Blf\3Hpl^aftir^ .Parlor and Library Tables, m golden oak- = • .J
yellow or nile green materi&l, instead of 75c, special for . 500 plate beveled mirror. . ~ . . wHM M^aSlsMip" ' and mahogany, now reduced : \u25a0 A Safe PlaCO to BUY • "^
v 2Lfi^^*r*&f^Zs&-, !?7 5 ,fe m '.i;i;lg Sifc?w^ \u25a0 \u25a0 8:»u£: :ii'Jg; S& :|fsi' . Groceries and Liquors g
spcc^i jo. *.*#», j L »>->-r^A ' $18.50 tables "". . • $12.76 • r Safe because none but the best and purest eatables and dnnkablea 2
=========^ ===== : Wardrobes, golden oak, maple and mahogany, \u25a0 Kg^^^^-Lg> iV.-VWs^w Hall Stands that were $16 50 to $76 50 now c«a cv« enter it. . Safe because you \u25a0« never charged the price. !?
«* 0~ *^— - »»««^- ------ ...'.if gJ-»— i__ some with and Others without mirrors.: . BJs«*^s^^HgA mlilE^n^&Sr?" ' • &12.50 \0552.80 that rule elsewhere for equal goods. Thousands of San Francisco's .Jl
Sale Small Wares and Lmmgs $u .so^. $12.50 $50;.^^^ |
36-inch black mercerized sateen lining, worth 25c, $6. styles ..... . . . . 354 , - i^SKSwJfcft ; i»4SS^ : ;U573Q^ $75.00. now - ... 52»,00 to Lu^dry^Soap-Blbbitf. b«t or Miller. Napthaj 12 bar, 430 $
per yard fSc Odd Wood Beds, golden oak, maple, curly |[^^S^^^SSttf^HS&>T/ ' , -,^^.^^.^^^.-^-^^^^. — \u25a0— — -~- ? Kona Coffce-Our best Hawaiian blend, 10 pound. $1.85. {
27-inch fast black. Bengaline moreen, for lining skirts, birch and mahogany, in single and full sizes. "B^^^SPw ': W^ fe . . '! - SpCClal Sale SewlttU '! 011^-;- V VV/ -.V- " • •.• v; •'• ••• / ?°
yar d . J?2O $7.50 beds. . 55.50 $10 beds . . $7. 50 SHPS^^HII fi V M«>»f.f MA * J»« I 1I 1 Tea-Oolong. English breakfast or uncolored ! Japaa-40c quality. S
\u0084 , , ,l ' • \u0084, ,x $30 beds.. 522.50 $52 50 beds. $35.75 \sffi i r UT^fi ' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0> MaOMneS 9lOiOd 31b5.85c.1b . . 290 «
Finest quality sweet water pearl buttons, sizes 1 6 to 24 *>" ««• • 0 " •'fj;^^"'':*; IBBS»iSHiU ay/ n.L *L «f- U Dr " k Rolled Wheat-Best California. BU* 'J
line, card of 2 dozen •• • ... ... •. 9o Chamber Suites, 2, 3 and 4 pieces, golden HHi^Sl^^ii ;We caH them the , Uolden Kule, because ], Rolled Oats— Best Eastern. 7 lbs. . . 250 «
Finestquality oceanpearl buttons, fish eye, from 1 0 to 22 oak, maple and mahogany, best construction, piano 3^ ; '.' We cannot use the makers name (one {\u25a0 Soda Crackers-Best made 1 \b. packages, ekch . . . . .. 8O8 O §
r J t o« f%nli«K finUh - • -Sr • " • * f i m 1m 1 V l-- v "''---''-'''--'-:"A 1 "- "''-' ' ;;t "A '"'"''• : J»- ; '-' ;V:;; V :; ' ; - Lea & Pernn's Sauce— All tnet. special per bottle; 9
bncdozen ......;.._... ../..^fio PoiKh nnish. . .^ . ? ; of the. best known m Amencaj.and.cut .-,;.- - :\u25a0r^ . . v.v ; ;. 25^^450 2
Basting thread— soo, yard 5c spook. 3 spools ... fC/c $50 golden oak suite, now ... . . - - - -$30: \; sideboards and Buffets « golden and weathered \vv tKeDrice It is hi2K crade ifi every partic- V ' : ..Special ;. . :?;?230 +2o 680 , 5
Factory end spool silk in black, 50c spooU -. . 256 : :^™*f^.^™^ V,^ Swift's Washing Pbwder-20c packag^.^ 10,.\.330 S
Ho^airpiS^aightor crimpedf^ozen. Wo $M%&^^ 1
Hump h^b and eye^card^^ dozen .J2O kta, and" Brass
Fine quality stockinet dress shields, sizes 2, 3, and 4, s J zes novv marked • - '' $52.50 china closets, now. . ...'^ Martell 3 Star Brandy-fnstead of $1.70 bottle... $I^s \
20c and 25c kind, slightly soiled in manufacture, so io'niZAf «« nn *?KnU- : -«ios/i' $60 f china "clotets,Vnbw . : : ... --V '•'• \u25a0 $27. 50 \ nihfi^ Mondavi special >-?G*\ fh OCf : V f Alblon Porter— Bek domestic "g00d.,, dozen . . . . . SI. OS %
pair . ... ... .. 9c |?7 sOfci: &1280 Sltotr ' Ht'Zn- ' Vs6B - 50 china closet$ ' now •••••••• $48 ' "' 8 "" T , eSIO # OD ! Emporium A 1 Bourfcon-Reg. $3 gal. . .. . . $2M >l
rv V «~. IUi a Hr nn U M ;,9S $17.50 b«d5 ...512.50 $47.50bcds. 8 5 32.50 weathered or golden oak. very ••- Mary land Club Rye-Per bottle. ... .. .-fBOo 2
Diana hose supporters, pad front, aU colors, pair. 2so .. \u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0.,Vyhed,-i^,.y....-. :yr .^ |
RARE ORCHID
IS DICOVERED
Search of Half a Ccntuiy
Kesults in Finding of Beau
tiful Flower in Tibet
CpecUl lA«r*tcli to TS» Call.
LONDON.! Sept. 23.— Great excite
ment ha* been caused among orchid
collector* by llie information which has
Just" come to light that a rare speci
men n-iiose habitat for nearly flft^y
years has been sought. lnvalnaas been
rediscovered. The -ecstatic Joy with
which the tidings have, been received
c<U be appreciated only/ by. those who
Cm devoted to this most fascinating
of fail forms of horticulture, but : the
story Itself ,: illustrating! the;,; romance
that underlies the pursuit; of^ these
floral gem* Is of general interest
Tl?eVe came to London in : . ISST from
India a miscellaneous stock -of \u25a0\u25a0 orchids.
They wcro duly sold at auction and^
some of: them; were; bought;, by. a Mr.
r&lrlle of : Liverpool. In his .possession
they W»«m»d j and on« of them was rec-
ognlzed with rapture as a "variety, pre- ,
viously « unknown and of singular, j
beauty. It was named after, its owner. I
CyprihediunirFalrleaiium. The Indian i
collection contained several fother. spe
cimens *of the - same 'plant s and; keen
vsras ;the: : competition. that' ensued \u25a0; for. |
their) possession.; , But ; most ' of ; the ' pur- !
| chasers/ simply ; wasted .their Mrrioney. \u25a0
j The plants did not 'flourish.. The orlg^
j lnal~ stock dwindled and -died.
many. r years 'there 'hast been only, ono
specimen ;.jn existence among : orchid'
collectors,"; and'a diminutive one at 'that:
But its^ possession^ has been 1
to' confer!' additional' distinction V on its
distinguished! owner,; Sir' Trevor^ Law
rence," the r president; of ; the' Royal . Hor-,
ticultural': Society.'." The }, aim' of "every,
crchid \u25a0 enthusiast H is i lo get i hold of an
orchid that: nobody "else; has. r -'SiriTrc^i
vor; KalsliseversiH times > bcen,offered",big ]
sums': for -hi s l. puny. A Fairieanum, * but
nothing" could- induce him :to part
with it. .I^fIQP^pBMBBpBBBPBI
I Meanwhile India has been ; ransacked
'in vain by, orchid huntersj t or^other spe-'
cinsehs bf.thc plant.. : Soores-of expedi-,
tioris :. have f. gone < in -search ;, of I it. r. \u25a0 Not
a'f«tv^tlves;have;been? lost ( f in 'the peril-"
ous quest. But thelFairieanum- eluded
I everybody. * iThe • hioney/that^ has \been;
| expended in abortive efforts- to* find it
I Would represcnt ! <a,snug;fortune.
I : The Tibet;i expedition/;" which- sought
I to-open' up'.thei forbidden % land j' to.- the
i trade ; of] lndiaiibroughti backf specimens]
I of Spretty!nearly/everything|thatt could;
i be obtained inithat; grim region^' One;
: member^ of^thej mission v who V; was a
| botanist^ discovered: allot" of *• orchids
I which were sent tolCalcu tta^fißjfFTomi
THE \ SAN ; JSUNMiYy^SEfef EMBERS2.M J?P5|
thence two of them were dispatched- to
Kew Gardens.' ' One [ of '\u25a0. them -; has % Just
flowered^ and 'experts r have ; pronounced^
it the long sought and .rediscovered ! :
Fairieanum.;;-,^S^@^^^fv. : \u25a0''\u25a0'• : \u25a0 '^HMI
;* 5 - The : Tibet ';t; t find ; Included ; b ver- 200'epeci
rnens''of;the^plantf j t .The,bulkfqf;thern;are*
now;onUh e ir;way)t' o ]Lbridb
.will > be", sold J at } auction** in Jait ew 1 weeks.' J
They {will s undoubte'dlyi fetch fgood' prices, 4
but specimens K wiH; not '< sell ! ror,"any£
thirig£ like'}:; the 'P prices J that £would | have
i : been t paid !i f o r>; them| had |therel beehT* say;*
> only I half.- a '. of S them.*); It % is? rarity!
more \u25a0\u25a0"' than ? beautyi that v determines"', tho*
value of orchids.] Still,' it Is' not] likely, that
another r^ consignment" ; will' be^obtaincd
from* the 5 native 1 haunts Jof Jthe t plahtf for,
many 1 years "it 'should ;?beT! found
necessary/: to} send |' another J expedition^ to"
Tibet lto j scare \ the| Russian i bogey. 5^ Great"
as : are jthe f prizes Jof j hui»ting7| they,
j , will S hardly; sufficel to| tempt Tp'rlvateJ Itidi-
Vldualsl to iincurltheff rightful Ifrlsksv and"
I hardships\they^wbuldfmeetfin|Tlbet?^^
|^Itllf(jnbt!knownlthatltheJoriginal|Fairi^
[ eanumsi * that f, startled | thel orchid Iworldj
! flf ty}i years I agb/^ must | have Jcome'l from i
i .THbet,*? though Jby^what | means ! theyJweYe]
| obtained^ there|JS|nblrecord^|lt|was|thej
I naturals assumption* thatS they Ji had | [come'
! from* thelwarrni regions ;Ofilndia^that|led|
! toUhV^ailyreloflthef^fTorteimadeltoTcul?
ti vate 1 thciri.** iThe^ h^ \i% totiwhlch'l t hejr)
[|wereTsul>jected|kllled;trte'm.^|lt]ls[prbbablei
j thatlorchidagrowersXwilllnbwlbeSablelto'
. cultl\ r ate|them\withiSuccess^Anyhbw3Slr,
[.Trevor^ La wrence |wlll}beTdeprlyed ; of i his
I long^cherishedS distinction - for f some^tlrne':
I toTcomelatlleaatJVßßHßgEa^BjH^n
j plahtf now J In ; fl o werjatjKe^GarJ
The - ; flower- has ; a ' slender.% hairy.v scape
about '% ten 'inches; in '-- height;; a' prominent
andlcharming dorsal s sepal' one rand|three{.
quarter 'inches I in 'ibfeadth.^withTag. white
ground' beautifully,;' veined' with
pie, 'f arid X with I brownish-green"^ veins snear^
the 'center;, and \ whitish i hairs', around , the
margin;'Cr:- ; -. ;'/"\u25a0.\u25a0?\u25a0 : \u25a0"-^r- r '* >:^f. '\u25a0'• ":-""\u25a0:-;' v' 1
The petals droop and"have ; an upward
cv r ye" : at ; theX tips. 1 ;..; They/, are s one! and f£
half j inches* in • length7;wi th [ a.whl te ground
streaked [withlpurple: and jyellqw.^Thelup^
perj marffirV|of ithej petals % is|much|undu
lkted r and fcbveredfwlthi prominent} purple
hairs? ,The > pouch { ia \\ ratherlsmall;- green^
ish-bro wn'lnVcolor, -veined ; with ibrowhlsh
red 'and? covered Iwith^short: hairs. >- : •.
1 " SpeclaigAßaoaaceineat.
?\u25a0 .The Y, Atchison;' "Tooeka '^and ; Santa . P» ;: Ry.
"will |run^^?af popular! excuraloni tojjthe g moun^
talna | bnftbe 1 Slerr«t*.KatJ way.f Jameatowni and
Sonora.? on S Sunday . t | October 1 8.T& Special I train
wlllileave?San!Franc!sco:and!Oakland i 'at;.7:»u
'tL*s m.'|fS Fare fs2 j 50 1 forlthe around *i trip.* '- Full
piu^lculars 'of) any [Santa] FekTlcket[Agentjm/U|
.wild^aximalsHblock; ::^ ts/r? ;;
WKtBSBS.If.Vm STREETCAR^ TRAFFIC
:;DULUTH;iMirih:,i,Sept^:;23.^ r Streetcar,
trja.fflclbnlyWqodlan^a~v^nue^as]blbcked!
lastfeVeninglfbr^alfewlminutes|by|six
L bla^k|b'earsrfclncidjentally|^eight£brjt^
women iwerenearlylfrightened«to[death
t when Y-. t he I mo tor "man|| b rough t $ the fear;
tb"^a'ijsudden|;s^bp,^ralsedlithejcurtalni
iv^er^^'bwu^^r^tb^W^^j^sTlb^bearsr
escapedJißE SSSSS>hB3^K
jPm .^t? Bj^^T™'-? 8.^" ****"_** S a, . 9 f*~ - \u25a0!?
PINS AND NAILS
IN HER STOMACH
British Matron Swallows
. All Sorts; of /Drink to End
avLife Full of Misery
Bpeclal \u25ba' Dlepa ten ' to ; Th« ; Call.
HLONXM>N^ [Sept.'? 6^AtMhe|Salop '/ In-
.succumbed » 'to; an
;tonightsneXbJf|theTstrMgestrcollectionsri
that > 'ever
; fbuiid ?; lodgment^ in', a j human Vstomach."
( Thlstis|thelll»t|ofithemXasfcatalogued;
by : : : t he Y, surgeonHwhb^ perf ormed Tithe
'operation i^hlrty^Jiwoihalrplns^l^inallsT 1
\ 1 %' t ragmen tirpfj glass^i 14jheedlesJ (darn^
!lh~gf^andj|'bth?rwlse)r£s|fsafety.~plhs.^4'
I horseshoellnall s7i§ 4!| s'cr c wi?g 2 i fcolns,* - ; 3
! pieces i? of jjcHalk} and 111 1 % Hook^HnSßßlß
,\ the Jwif ejof ; a \ poor u mah;
!waBJflrtt[*dmlUedit'ojth"e]lnflrinary/«uf>?
(fertng|fro'm|Tan^lriJury^o'^h"er4thurhb,''
whlchjliecessitated]US;arnputatlon.*l She
r^urhed|to^he>'|h^mej"^chTdepr'essed :
lnlsplrnslkr^lthere^her/cohditionlgTew:
»ttad;iyTwor»^AtU*»t(sheTickno-irl£
edged ton her} husband Hhat S "some", three
weefkSsbefore'sheJhadibejrunlßwallow
lngf.vaVlous? articles fwith^the;intentlorf
of | puttlns^aniehd^to-^h'er Jexlatericer * He
hadi bee~r^P?uch|al good \ husbandj to ; her/
sh"e?said,j(that i ; «he7 l elt^the>'least i she
could Xs°j or . ! ,h, h ' i'm :\u25a0 was ,\jto* relieve i Win
Uhe^burden^ of ;; her -support..- Every,
tlme7;ShVjywallbwedg<wie ijfof Jthe J queer.
thlnKs7^she* r sald,^'she;ihad^hoi?ed jthat
"deathlwould'fspeedlly/ensue^buti after
,the]hook|falled[toiklll[herjshe"?hadjbeeh;
forcedit6]therconcluilon<thAt[sh'e(could
'not ' rid f herself "of ji- life! by? suchi means.'
-. . ; •.' \u25a0..-.•\u25a0 •.\u25a0•\u25a0 : - : \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 ''- •'- ' "1 \u25a0 --. :.-- - :.',- -I- . ; "., .\u25a0 <':-.'\u25a0
' \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 ' - \u25a0 \u25a0''\u25a0'-'\u25a0 ' \u25a0- - • ' f* IJ u iimf LJ C ii* ?i
-.v • v • , \u25a0 X XIJS W JIU J-»ii«\/J*lil»
When she was . again admitted to th«
; Infirmary ,- It "was ; found* that! ln«addi
tion to the strange diet aha. had adopted
«l*^was 'l suffering from *: an ;' Internal
; tumor/- : ; She * died -^within 2«\u25a0 J few % hours
after the operation' had been; performed.''
Bis ; lacreaiie . of * Capital.
. ALBANY. :N.,Y., :Sept..;23.^'A;c*rtlfl
cate - showlngr 7 an v Jncrease.of r. capital
from* ssoo,ooo , to J3O.OOO.QOO" by ths New
York iTelephoneJCompany- was filed to
day," in ~ the office iiof the . Secretary 'ot
atate.^MHE!-:" \u25a0 ' . \u25a0
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