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ACTION CASE POSTPONED
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TOO THIS WB13IC
Of toy CItII nintrlct
Civil DWirlct
J g in tbo Injunction proceedlnRS
Houston Electric Street
M the
L Bnn8t tb ot
comr T
bo had until sbroo tinie
will not
part of the prenent Wk
tod before whom the hearlns will
fixed the date
Tjrot yet having
seeks to enjoin
A nuit the company
an ordinance com
Uis trom enforcing
transfer tickets to
it the BtvitB o
1S naturall >
at1 lb0 Cnfl0 > no
> E <
lt of much Interest
hearings will be had In
hbcis corpus
Judge Allen
frftowms wees
irsd
fxatle Henderson
robbery with fire
f murder
Brown
iill burglary and theft
Stark
SiBallard arson
f Lockwocd murder
rlicntli lll tilil Civil Court
wrd Roach ct al va S0 Tortcr
tliecnttnued generally
jtltjlpm Savings and Loan Association
i Mm Sonnen et al continued general
fX or Wednesday first nonJury
i is February term
and Loan Association
Stan Savings
Vdaius et al continued
> jii Charlie
aCiSrew nsIrjnoe vs Meliua Frcundj
fat Junuari i
H C Kergusoii O al vs Nancy B rta
ret al ie V J tic defendant to Mh
Mia reconvention
Cora n p < lr VB J Burnett
jslistd lor want of prosecution
ttllllan BatiRh administrator vs 0 C
fllil Judgmiii for tho plalntllf as
l ceire on Hie
rxrnella Howard vs G W Howard
MlROfd Eenoriilly
Uultt IIaIIIcv vh J V Tackabcrry et
u mt for Jmuary 23
Gforsc A liyeri va J A llauack ct al
i or Januar
ffllllc Boyd
II Ma iernn
rJamijry 21
Jbr following i f
Elarenrh Judicial
Mary Hoyd continued
Otic llnnscom reset
nrc set for trial In
dlstrln uourl Mon
af January
Rclinco Lumber Company
vs Sarah
olnKr
AVflfra r Lyno vs John S Kwell ot al
Cocrad Schwartz v J Ij Hudson ct al
Unis Butler ct al vs C Al Carter et al
Olirrr Johnson s Miss Helen Culver
fi motion dorket will lu > taken up Bi
rr lie call of the docket Monday Janu
n K
riftnrti > ni trtit rtvti court
John Flnnlgan ft Co vs U G HiadjyJ
till defendant motion for nppointment
fan auditor mlon was dismissed for
el ot prosf ion
P C Koehrlng John W HrayH al
Wants mollou for new trial over
fhiikOolln James 11 Iruott et al
itiloa for new trial overruled
Jim Richards vm Annie Minster et al
otlon o reinstate case motion was
rut a
Julgoent was taken yesterday In city
ai ttua against lie following persons
triha Jones et al Sllti R I Norrls nt
T J L Mltehell li0 Illebard
irjek 56i Charles N Fisher ot al 3S
W parties e al fil 34 J T Mason ct
US1 fharles W Hugers et al ISO
H SttdMer el il tll0 Mrs Amelia
WlHitor Ji0 c lulmorr SSLC
Brine Srolh M 1 Kripner et al W
taM M IlUk RU P Pclileup 1S
< R Taekabfr fV Crarf Iayne JSS
10Trier 111 i M UoylfR rt al tl
5anh Wood r Clara V llaliitoii
VI i2v Mrs iim Janiiowskl lOf
clllt Puiekmeyer 10 Milllo McMurruy
lCcorgeMaih > iiiion Slfn Collin nuck
y r < 1U 10 T i Miller et al 1S0
JJty of Houston dismisses s to thr fol
wrltj per ons and property Martha
Joha Shenrn Beiilc M Shearn K
Harlviell Go Klb K rilotr Crinvlen
KJ all of hloi k W > side lluf
couth
mm Mr J W arnts H Bra
l > J Mellna Freimd Uexnniler Kreund
II Hulchffon AVIlllam Hittchcso n J
C Smith all oi block 217 south nldo
wfflilo bayou Ocorgo K Smith S rah
TJM Clara Y Italstnn Fali Halston
Ralson Fiimiie Johnton
rgtccu
1 l t toor W U llakor W H Tur
Julia M Miller
r y of Houston vs J h Abraham
tlawil generally
Iouls Thcll continued for
Jjnie v San ntonln and Aransasl Pass
w aj Company same order
> John II IanK ilismlsfcd at
LnJJUfs cost
Klbcr vsTheodore Hoyd mandato
vlS1 WI
nPr aftirmlng iqse
wuiePrry v nick 1erry dlsrals oil
V n of profeeutlon
vs San Antonio and Aransas
SriJIi ay r ° mpany mandato of court
M apMJs affirming case filed and
htrtlde Mills
fpllimea generally
°
vs City of Houston ot
e al continued
vs Virginia A
without prelu
it jPardon ct ux vh City ot llous
IU Palntirf to fllo first amended
21 l Pttttlou
Jahnsoa vt Houston Paclslnc Com
SmJv > 0 defendant to lllo first
iSSiw orBInal answer and leave to
ofllc first supplemental pstltlon
2 In de
rtJ o options numbered
El itt Ist ended original auwer
psua W ls sJlalned l0 whlch
1 m i va Wllllo Lowla juds
hSi p nuff for dlvorco and award
intlit custody ot minor child Jacob
fe Kun p vs
i1 House vs
W wnerallv
Ike Plummer
Maggie Houbc
cuu
con
ki J lr ot Johli Meany application tor
rfSmSX 3wlri lh e SWt of
Ai gJlas V8 J T Wftwnj Mm
kjlS 5 al and special cpntalucd
I JmJT11 supplemental petition
F s I5 are overruled to which
as = SLiJL r SL taxes was takeu
uA b
It every one resi
ded bow absolutely
health depends up
on a vlRoroua atom
neb they would
keep the pittera
constantly en band
As a medicine it is
Invaluable
rational
An be
doife Tftll
h
asaltist tlul olIowInR defendnntii H I
Ulng 56 MrK A 0 Nelbcr S < 2 J M
lloylef et al J231 Mrs Julia H Krankllli
et al 264 C J H Vosh ct al > A S
l eecruft Will Way et al J26S Broivn
ct al 10 S3 K Mcllhenuy et al S3S0
V N Uocke 1447ff H H Pooler 3S
Same vrf A S Loecraft dismissed at
coit ot defendapt by agreement
r
Thn followlnf casrfs tire let for trial
In the iriftynrth Judicial district court
jl noiay January 22i
First jury week
Sallle M Pruett vs Houston East and
West Texas Railway Company H al
John Smith vs Houston and Toxas flan
trU Hallway Oorapany
1 M nrowu vs Jacob Bins
Iko Johnson vs Houston Packlnc Com
pany
Mary Oharwane vs Houston Kastand
West Texas Railway Company
JSiiKx for flvll Dlitrlut Court
John llusglns vs H S IT Wllso n
< lobt 3U0u and foreclosure on pan of
block M south side Buffalo bayou
Margaret Wans vs Joseph Waag I
Vorct
Mary Uodfon v Jasper Dodson di
vorcer
Mary 11 ScunKBa vs Georso w Scorns
ga dlvorCu
County onr
Mack Hall vs Moulder ft OriKKs ver
tiict for defendant Jmluniorit on verdict
J J Settegast vs lulf Colorado and
Santa Ffl Railway Company continued
no on application of defendant
John Hackborth vb C W Ctlne con
tinued by nKreement
Heidenhetmer Ilros vs V C Snndow
debt a2638 J B and Charles Stubba
attorncya
SlnrrtnK lilcrm
Tho followinc marrlaEO llccnsea were Is
sued lastweek
Charles B Gullottc and Mr3 Mollle K
Mlddiebrpok
Joso Martini and Miss Guadaluvo
Sanchez
A E Heidlngsfelder and Miss Rachel
Rosenfelii
Morris Halff and Miss Hattlo E Mur
dock
J j Mackey and Miss Muriel Good
pastor
Pleasant Scott and Sadie Banks
John Donnelly and Miss Sadie Gamble
Burrcl Hunt and Eliza Bush
Frank C Little and Miss Carrie Pearl
Oscar B Chalmers and Miss Ilz7ln B
Prints
J O Harris and Miss Sadie Wilson
W S Pease and Miss Estella C Meeker
ps wald Aurlch and Miss Ida Ktiscn
micder
Robert W Hodge and Miss Peart A
Williams
Ike Johnson and Lula E Craft
Alphonse Gel er and Miss Abble
OCIrady
Joseph Guokas and PoUcIpa Qlonn > >
Charles tluoltas and Elizabeth Boultn
Ira A King and Mrs Hattle AJ Olbsou
John Uyars and Margaret Brown
Boston Warren nnd Martha Ann W11
Marcelus Williams and Mamie Predo
nri nftnlr Trnn tfr
II A Jackson to Charles Bcvlns
lot 1 and 2 subdivision
Qulnlan survey
J J Vprofeo
0 J Well to
WocU
tlonallots 3 4 C and U
171 south Bide Buffalo bayou
other considerations nnd
Henrr B nl Pat e 21 fractional
Gardens
James Foster
lot
ri re > mA
John
frac
Champ Robr lot K
lot 11 J S ITolman survey <
X B and O IH Caldwell to B 0
Clothier lot it Tbacber s Gar
dens part section r block 1
Houston and Texas Central lands
E r an OwendMlBp ThaichcrR
Vt
3ni lif
J K VS Bym to Frank MPari
lot 3 block 3S Foster s north ad
rlltlon
90
73
BQ1
TOO
Aiy Odf > rlftriiiin fi t
EvcrKrecn Cemetery to Mrs Sadlo
B Luckey lot 0 section A
subdivision 2 Evergreen cemetery M
George W Fry to Albert Bell lot
6 block 281 Sweeney addition
north slilo Buffalo bayou 100
1 4
liuilillnc lcriiuih
Ijfuijjui yjiinn lAriiArtus
< < <
tilsl or goads on hand nt thoPaclfio Hx
prera clgmpanys office for the week etidejl
lunnarj 20 WNi A U Au lrey Rbv 1
H Birch Minn Kulp II Pable J S
Swopp il W WilkinsonM 1 McMnhou
CltarleR A Newniug J ijallahan 0 U
Coleman Bro Mrs N B Wade 11
Dilnml Co C J Ingersol N B Ifud
pon Hrunner Clarence Cord J Ma poti
7alt8 < Trcvlno Mls3 Janle Walker Ilrun
ner 11 S Price Mrx M J AJstraian
J J ltynn R Bailer p W Wo yi
nosky William Knott J A Ilnrdeman
MerrliAtitH and Planters Oil company
F FeltwMl A n Gribblev W F Wat
son R S Wheeler
IloiiNnrit Hen InHy
Friday nenlng a niirnber of the sounc
friends of Miss Annie Inmon gathered by
Invitation at her home on Webster avenuo
and enjoyed themselves in an elegant way
Only young Jadles In their teens wciu
present withthe exception of two young
gentlemen Intruders who came by mis
take and pleasuro ruled the ilme of the
evening Tho roordHwcrc prettily deco
rate with Japaneso lanternw and winter
greens and seasonablo refreshments wore
nerved Miss Damoa proved herself an
excellent entertainer for tho following
guests
Mrs Reynaud Mrs Waters Misses SU
dle Hayes Ruth Paschal Mary Klttrcll
Alice Green Lillian Kempton Hattlo
Waters Flosslo Huff Courtney Longcope
Amy Longcope Edna Tuttle Marian Tut
tlc Helen Tuttle Eula Holland Estelle
Moskoultz Vol Ixck Kate Brown ThPO
dora Bell Gcrtrudo Comctlus Annie Ha
montind Sulah Damon
The specialties ot tho evening were tho
latest coon songs by Miss Green and 11
take walk by Misses Paschal Cornelius
and Damon
For City Attorney
Mr Ingham S Roberts has In this issuu
of The Post announced ns a candidate for
the officio of city attorney subject to tha
action of the demo ratlo primaries Mr
Roberts Is well Unown to most of tho pe o
plo ot Houston haying been barn and
reared In the city He comes of good old
democratic stock being tho son of Mr
Henry P Roberts who for a number of
years acted as secretary of tho dtunpcratiu
conventions of tho city and county IJh
studied law In the office of Jones i Gar
nett and Is recognized as a well posted
careful painstaking young lawyer who
has always closely attendedto any busi
ness placed In his charge and recognizing
tho old democratic principle that an oN
Ilccr ts the servant of the psoplo who cleet
him lieproposes Ifeleettd to devota bis
entire time to the duties incumbent upon
hlmrfand to especially look after apd en
deavqr ft > straighten out the confused con
dltlonfif affaire regarding tax matters for
the Interest of both tbn city and the citi
zenand he says he will advosato an eaut
abWadJuUmerittcf this much vexod quts
Uon +
I J Mi
V
heaven with au exceedlne great smell
In rant this churactnrlsttr l so pro
iiouic d that Ilio neighbors are ever and
anonjremlndcd of the presence of his goat
Hhlp i Tho forco nt tbo etallon Is busying
Itsolfj trying to locate thf > ownor of the
goat Theyaro In tho > nncnvlable poslllon
of the man who caught the beJir thfy
k i w hi lm
T F ONeill ohed on Woodand Wllloj Avnnt RoraebOly tp helji Jfiem tunn
streets to f > loost
F ItfiWenthorsDy feAce oiii Montgoraerv 4
avcnifo jso i aoaixst two TKiiiruoxn com
ifil
AfSr
To Mi F Thomas
PAN IKS
rHier 111 Dft rolt Midi Vftf
k floti foi 11 Cniiitolldnilnn
Detroit Mtih January IS via istn
lnannpprJloiiBton
four years oxperlment with twa
tolepBono exchanges la this city tele
phone subf crlbcrs using nvn thousand telo
plton k lmvn addressed potlllons 10 Presi
dent Vilddfil Mlrhlqan Bell Telephone
cllipany and President Flower lieini
Independent company Following are ab
strncth Jho undfrslgned telephoni sub
> crlbri of Detroit r spectfully petltljn
that Jou will use your lnflticncft to bring
about as sjieedlly br possible connollda
llon exchangea Detroit Telephouo com
pany vfilti exchanges ot tho Michigan Tel
ephone corn p ny by which wo should
havo rapidly growing exchange nyRtcm at
least < welve thousand subscribers nnd
unlfopn icrvlco at raiieh lower rates than
wo nrv paying for two telephones wo arc
obltgeil to maintain to rcnoh till subscrlb
ew
FRATERNAL MYSTICCIRCLE
Jlmiaton Ruling p30
Whereas It has pleated Almighty God
In HIb infinite wisdom to remove frgm
our olrclc our worthy brother Ernest
Sharpe thereforo bo It
RosqlVed That In the death of Brother
Sharpe our loss 1 Irreparable and we
truly sympathize with tho widow and fam
ily of Ilia deceased nnd fervently pray
for consolation from Him who dosth all
things well and bo it further
Resolved That the charter of our Rul
ing bii draped In black for a period of
thirty days as it token ot tho oateem in
which our lato brother was hold by the
members tbal a copy of thoso resolutions
bo spread upon tbo minutes of the Ruling
a copy forwarded to the bereaved widow
and family and a jpy forwarded to the
Supremo Ruling
A U Hume
Thos iMuat
II Rlehardson
Committee
LEWIS ROSENBERG WILL QUIT
Tha firm of Lewis Rosenberg foi
many years well known to tv > people of
Houston an1 vicinity after many
announcements of retirement and resump
tion will finally discontinue on February
1 No definite Information can bo secured
as to what bustntsi will go In their loca
tion but current rumor Is that New York
parllus are interested in tho building
with A view to the establishment ot a now
commercial enterprise
ANNOUNCBMBNT
Lottl L Mtyer bir sovcred his connec
tion with the firm of Meyer Bros and
nfter February 15 will bo found at II
Main street In store of J ST Fox with a
full line of Import and domestic woolens
Will be pleaaed to have you call and In
spect same
MILTON WAS BUND
iHcauaehls eyesight waadestroyed But
there aro none so blind as those who
have eyes nnd will not tee Our exhibit
A stray goat of the William variety T j ou ly labeled
wo are often
making his presenco known around the
police nlatlon Thia goat was imponded
a day or two jigo and owing to his climb
jng prpcllvltlcs bftcan1 tlPt P ft kepliIrj
tbopound but wandersjiboutInaido th
I j
at the lato F and V F was oonsplcu
cotnpllmentary and ye
asked why It wasthat we
did not get the reward of merit
v Hltcblcr
AVE CHALLENGE COMPARISON
In quality nndoxcellencn of wprk ewry
Iron fence that Incloses ibe station and body can deal Wlth u aur P rlfe are Ute
give you aninferior
iariyQthr4hirwfrihatmj dl ft
goaTsn oulOorAmong other very quallTjv Try WiraeKarda
d characteristics b timells to Rye Workn I hone 332
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litundry and
HOURTQN PAILY POST StJNpAY ajfORlfTO JANUAuif 2TV 1900
While anl licru Lace Curtains 1 yards long taped edge
sell at 7c d pair special
70 Inches Mldc Ihcpalr and yards leng Morlh 100 a pair
speclatat 1
68 Inches wide tho pair and j yards long worth 1J5 a pair
sreclil at
97 Inihes wide the pair and j yards long woilh 150 a pair
special al
too Inches wide the pair and J yards long worth sroo a pair
specutat j
108 Indies wide the pair and yards long worth 1 y a pair
special at
1111 Inches wide the pair and yards long worth joo a pair
special at
75c
49c
98c
49c
69c
75c
98c
125
148
198
15 pairs White Irish Po nt Curtains the pair 104 Inches vli e 0 QO
and ii Sards long ivoih < sua pain special at v AiOU
A lotol odd and single palis curtains at less than hair price
JWi K IVi l
WE pay express on all orders of 5
or more If goods are not sat
isfactory we refund the money
4i7 and 4l9 MAIN STREET
10c
Bargains in Linen Damask
54Inch RcacheJ Damask jells at 39 a yard
ourpftcc
58lmh pleacticJ Damask sells al 50c a yard
our price only
ayirJ < wlde HalfBleached then Damask sells at 60c a
aidour price
6 lrieh nteacticJ Satin Damask sells at nc
our price
25c
35c
39c
49c
5 fines l ull Bleached Linen Damask lacking a InchesottelngCQn
jardS lie worth 100a yard our rilce JOu
3 pieces yards wide Uieached Satin Damask worth 11 per
yard our price
53 Dinner Napkins sstl at 74c a doien
ourprjee
Ku Dinner Sire Napkins sell at 150 a dozen
our price
Bargains in Lace Curtains
Second Week of Our Great Embroidery Sale
2 and 3 14 Inch wide Embroldtries
sell at 6c a yard our price
212 arid 234inch and 3Inch Embroideries
sell at 8 13C and toe a yard our price
3 12 inch 4inch 4 12iiich and
sell al 12 l2cand 15c ayard
our price
5 t4lnch S l2lncli and 6 inch Embroideries
sell at 15c and 1 l2cayard our price
3ic
5c
5inch Embroideries
8io
6 14inch C I2inch and 7lnch Embroideries sell at
20cahd22i2cayard a oL
our price 1 2
7 t4tnch 7 I2inch and 7 34lnch Embroid
eries sell at 25c a yard our price
close out at hnlf Price
l c
Slnch S t4inch and S t2inch Embroideries 4Qr
sell at jOcand 35cayard our price f JLz U
S 34inch and 9inch Embroideries sell at 4oc 0 > CSo
and 50c a yard our price CJw
10000 yards Swiss Cambric and Nainsook Insetting
at 35c 25C 15C 10c S t3c and 5c a yard
tooo yards Swiss Cambric Nainsook and Lice Ap
plique Alloveijt as high as f 6oo per yard
2000 yards AllLinen HandMade Torchon Laces to
Bargains in Towels
Checked Fringed Linen Towels site sjxij sell at6c each AJnn
special ic each perdoitn Hull
Tast Colored tordered Printed Linen Damask Towels M > 6 CQn
sell al nc eaih ourpthc 7c each per doien UiJu
Linen I rlnccd and 11 nek Touels i6i > ell at 15c each QRp
our price itc each per docii oUb
lluck and All Linen Printed Towels i88 sell at tBe each OQ
our price nc each per dozen 100
Uieached Salln Damask Knotty Printed and luck Towels 0 0
sell at 30c and 35c each our price jic p r dozen iiTU
Special Shoe Bargains
LADIES SHOES
Our rooand rn Ijdles Heel OrSprlnrj Heel laceorrutton CQn
Doncola Shofs Oou
Our 151 Ladles Heel or Sprint tltt lace or button l rench QQn
Dontola Kid Shoes now onW uuu
Our aooand s Ladles Doneola Kid Shoesheel or sprint A Q
heel ration or lace now only liHO
Ours 50 7s and 309 LadiesReal Pine Dontola Kid Shoes I QO
now only 100
iMISSG5 SHOES
Our i so MissesShoes Qfio
row only 30U
Our j > o Misses Shoes t I Aft
nowilnly IitO
CHILDRENS SHOES
Our 100 Childrens Shoes RQP
How only so J i UUU
Our 1so Chldrens Shoes QRn
nqw oaiv Jill
Our 200 YouthsShoes I QfJ
now onlv I u
Our aoo HoysShoes < < I OK
nowunly 11 lJ
Infants soc Shoss 0Kn
at only idU
A > i4s vb v > VS w i V V V
TU tlCte k
EN XINDLER
THE TAILOR
4 < ki < itsvlbl <
In order to gain work
or our Tailors I havo
decided to put proMs
ailde So 1 bevvo re
duced from 25 pr cn
to art per cent from ur
Klrendv previous low1
price You will re Hv0
hero thr but rood
bent workmanship and
about h br t fit as
wlroadv litinnn o ou
for manv v ar TIHk
In nt mlk but actual
faitt I < vll pav uni
lo i all nnd give m >
trla1 All oi fur pondi
are < ui and sunwui
tpndei by tho Zlndler syatetn
ountrv ordrs receive thf brat of our at
tcntlon Sanmleii sent on nnnll atton
BHS Z1NDLER Tlf Tnllnr
1105 Congress Avanuo optioslte Court II u e
Houfton Fhnni 3017 ejc rl B
Were After
yo
To jhave you ejtamiae the
splendid variety of Watches wo
bJiow They range from the
amallsilver timer to tho com
plicated minute repeater We
show ovnrythliig that pertain
to nnd should be fqupd In n
flrstclasn Jowolry store
L Lechenger
TIid Honest Jeweler
Store and Factory 403 Main
PHONE 103
wmonr
TliorouRh ThrouRhout
The Model Laundry ftJfciv
i Dont forxet our Cleaning and Dyc
5 Ing fant bo equalfd
t xxttitl t > iia i 1
David Haruni Mlchnrd Carvel
When KnlBhtliood Wjt In Flower
Black Wolfs Breed each 150
sent by mail
iiVv JIAIUWIXt COS 3lr ln Street
Clste rat
S
BLOW PIPE othtr
< Garv ii ilionirti Ttn ypk
G 6 Shannon Co f T
Our Boys Union Suits
sold at wc now
All our tocand 12 i2c Flannelettes
or wrappers now
This is considered by all merchants io be a part of the du slaso
Novl that is something entirely foreign to us we know nodulii
sons AVhen business begins to slow up we know the reme y ifS
quickly apply it Our is well known
remedy to our patrons aiitil tlfat
is the usual cutting in prices Our entire stock has been marked
down and the people would do well to take a wise hint and do tiieir
shopping now as nearly all classes of merchandise are advancing
JANUARY SPECIALS
China Blue Madras Prints new and nobby
designed for childrens school dresses owinc tp
the advance in price are selling 6c A 1 r
oilr price per yard l jw
IeaiiMe Soie pnrc Silk lavender nile and or
ange worth t 50 per yard l o n
special at Oyt
White Embroidered Silk Flannel for infants
wear or f6r ladies petticoats gr fe
100 quality per yard only OVL
A lot of White India Linen sllphtty soiled In
lencths from 2 to 8 yards sold at S l3c tOc
and 15c per yard gj
to close at S I2C 6 lac and only Uv
200 pieces White India Linen Dimity and
Nainsook Checks and Persian Liwns 44
wotth as much as 20c per yaid special K It
Vant wide Blearihlng 6c Quality A 2
per yard only 1 HtjQj
Fruit of the Loom Bleaching fi r
10c quality per yard only J 2v
Plain White French Organdy
20c quality per yard
Readymade Bleached Sheets vidi >
hem 50c kind only
Black Sateen and Near Silk Underskirts wide
corded ruflle our 150 ones O Q
for only VOC
500 pairs of Undressed Light colored Gloves
sliRhtly soiled worth t 00 a pair < Sn
at only OVC
Bookfoid Cheviot for Boys c 1
Waists 12 i2c kind per yard onlx < V3
Black Sewinp Silk Thread too yaid
spool sold 8C spool our price
> m
50c Childrens Union buits
at only
10c
35c
3c
25c
4 5 or 6hook 75c Corsets
at only
Silk Warp Cream Wool Flannel
for waists worth 00 a yard
49c
69c
Percale Prints light grounds In designs for
boys waists Wrt watsts land mens shirts col
ors guaranteed sell now at 6c A yd a
our price 46C
White and Cream All Silk Peau de Sole so
much the go now all over the Hast for tucked
waists Instead of broadcloth which is too heavy
for spring this particular silk is r q
worth t50 per yard at only VaC
Misses and Childrens All Wool Black Cash
mere Hose sold at 35c and 50c pair a
to close at only xzrC
Infants long or short Silk Embroidered White
Flannel Undctskirts sold up to 175 f Q
to close out each zOC
See our line of new Spring Shirt Waists those
with tho French backs boxplait ca
front etc from 39S down to Olit
Yardwide Cambric Muslin
usual 10c quality per yard only
Yardwide genuine Lonsdale Bleach
ing 10c quality per yard
Finest Imported English Long < irtr
Cloth 20c quality per yard only 1 aAzL
White Crochet Bed Spreads Mar
sclllcs patterns75c kinds
Standard Dress Prints
black figures 6c kind
10 yards for
6V2C
6c
49c
in Turkey red with
39c
White Embroidered Swiss Dotted Swiss and
Point dc Esprit for curtains 36 and 38 Inches
wide sells at 20c and 22 l2cayardC
special at only f 3C
Choice of lot of Jeweled Passementerlesand
Jets and
Braids > E
sold as high as 150 a yard at OC
Misses Ll ght lue and Pink Hose < r
sell at 1 ic and 20c a pair choice IU C
Corset Specials Prima Donna P
D W B
and some
and Thomsons mostly black white
those that sold as high as 400
nowAnd
And those that soldas high
as 275 to close at
198
125
750 dozen Ladles Gowns Chemises Skirls
Drawers and Corset Covers 150 kinds for o8cy
100 kinds for 60c v > v
50c kinds for o9C
Our Ladies Union Suits
sold at ioo now
Ladles Kid Gauntlet Driving a f
Gloves sell at 75c a pair our price 49c
Infants Ribbed Vests 19c kinds
only
38inch Colored Dotted Curtain Swiss cf
sold at 15c a yard at only oC
Our Misses Union Suits
sold at 75c now
59c
10c
49c
39c
7c
Our Ladies Black Cashmere Gauntlet Gloves
sell at 50c a pair O Ci
only 30C
10 pieces Cream Tan Orange Fucha and
Pink Silk ChilTon for ties on
12 inches wide worth Ioo a yd at O VC
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make in the latest shapes lasts
and leathers at factory prices
Half Soles 75c
See our new Rubber Heels
Buckley Shoe Co
Factory iooomoii Preston
Phone No H92
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