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THE aKGjTO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1905.
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Many wnrr nights are spent by aaxioui mothers whose children
are afflicted with croup. This dreadful disease carries of thou
sands of beloved children every year; mere is one reroeay inas
should be in every household, so that as soon as croor appears, it
may be riven to the child and thus iave iu We, the old reliable.
THE OXE TEA T CURES
"If ft had not been for Dr. Bull's Coogh Syrnp
I would have lost my little ten year old girl
several times, as this old, reliable remedy has
always cured ber ol the croup. I have kept on
giving it to her when necessary for the past eight
years and would not be without it if the cost were
twice as much as it is. I also gave it to my little
tiv with the croupanddiphtheria,and I am now
riving it to both of my children for the whooping
cough. 1 had my husband borne with tne grippe mis wm
:ry sick, and he used one and one-half bottles of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrnp, which cured bis cougn entirely.- jots. a. uuu-
lr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure every case of croup, conehg. colds. bron
chi ti, asthma and pneumonia and will cure consumr-uon if taken in time.
AVOID WORTHLESS SUBSTITUTES
Look out for cheao substitutes and Imitations they are dangerous and
harmful and do not cure. Inirt on getting : Dr. Bull's J-"" rup ic
has hn on the market for fifty years, acd look for the "Bull s Head
trade-mark on the wrapper. All druggists, price 2ic. c ana Ji.ou.
at Grinnell, Iowa, has received a call
to the First Congregational church of
Ready To Resume Operations.
I The Fuller Manufacturing company
of East Moline has decided to resume
operations after an idleness of two
years. A force of 40 men will be put
at work. The company's plant has
been used of late by the Moline Auto-
I mobile company. Disc drills are made
by the concern.
To Clean Up East Moline.
The village board of East Moline
held its Monday meeting last evening
i and took the first steps for a clean vi'
! lage by instructing the ordinance com
mittee to draw up and submit an ordi
nance providing for a fine for throwing
gnrbage, tin cans or other refuse in
the village streets, and also to pro
vide for the cutting down of noxious
woks growing along the streets.
Peanut Man Burned.
SamiKd no'irdoaii. who has been
conducting the peanut stand at the
corner of Thirtieth street and Fourth
avenue, was so seriously burned Mon
day night that he may be blind. Mr.
ISounhau, who was sleeping at the
place, built a fire and then went to
shop. He was awakened by heat upon
his feet, and found the bed clothing to
be afire. In his efforts to quench the
flames which threatened the destruc
tion of the place. Mr. Bourdeau's
clothes were Ignited. His eyes were
so badly burned that ho may lose his
s;ht permanently, and he was other
Banks to Bid for Deposits.
Aid. Sleight's plans of divorcing the
city treasun rship from the local banks
and of awarding the custody of the
city funds to the banks offering the
highest rate of interest was further
considered by the city council Monday
evening in the reiort of City Attorney
Kohler on his investigation of the law
governing the city and its funds and
the office of city treasurer heard. Aid.
Sleight's id-i was that if there was
rivalry among the banks over holding
the city funds, the city could realize
some little profit from giving the mon
ey to the bank offering the highest
rate of interest on the monthly bal
ances, which run from J7O.000 to $S0.
finrt. . The council decided to adopt
the plan if there is a disposition on
the part of the banks to offer interest
Death of Young Woman.
After a two weeks' illness with con
gestion of the brain. Mabel Elizabeth
Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Johnson of 3103 Fourteenth-and-a
half street, passed away yesterday.
She was born Oct. 10, I8SS, in Orion,
and came to this city with her parents
in 1S90. She had attended the Garfield
school on the south side and had won
for herself many friends during the
j ears which she had lived here.
A pleasant surprise to both family
and friends was the marriage at 11
o'clock yesterday of Charles F. Hun;,
the veteran foreman of Williams,
White & Co.'s machine shop and Mrs.
Elizabeth Youd of 523 Fifth avenue,
widow of the late Charles Youd. The
ceremony was performed in Rock Isl
and and Mr. and Mrs. Hunt departed
on a noon train for a short honeymoon
trip to Peoria. Mr. Hunt ha,s been
making his home with his son-in-law
end daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George
"Wood on Eighth street, and Mrs. Youd
has resided for many years on Fifth
Called to New Post.
' The Ilev. O. O. Smith, former pas
tor of the Second Congregational
church of this city and now located
Wednesday and Thursday Nights,
April 5 and 6.
WAGNER OPERA HOUSE, MOLINE,
Friday and Saturday Nights,
April 7 and 8.
The Oriental Opera,
The Wonilroitn Story of I he llc.
Several Hundreds Participating.
StITK, The magnificent special scon
cry was painted upeHall v for Egrypta
by the b-adinK so-nic artists of Now
York Mty. Many famous historical lo
calities arc ilepiotod. The electric ef
forts fire of surpassing grandeur.
PRICKS 2.-.C. f.oo. "f.o and $1. Re
norvcl jale opens Tuesday, April 4, at
Illinois box orneo. ami Thursday, April
6. at Heimbcok's store. Moline.
Saturday, April 8, Matinee and Even
ing, The Dramatic Kvent of the Season Re
turn Engagement of
'As Catherine the Oreat of Russia, in
Edward C. White's Magnificent
OF AN. EMPRESS
lty Theodore Kremer.
SCALE DK IMtltKS Matinee. C."c to
$1; iilKht. 25c to $1.50.
The crown Jewels worn by Miss Hol
land will be displayed In "The Smoker"
window April S.
Chicago Dental Company
OFFICE 1617", SECOND AVENUE.
1 CLlnless Extracting
and removal of nerves done by us. and
the best and most careiui treatment
given to all cases.
We have a patent thin elastic plat
with natural, gums that fits in all case
and when others fail. .e use nochear
material In our office, for our work if
all guaranteed to be qual to the high
est priced dentists ar.d to be first clas
In every re6pecL Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling t .25
Gold Platinum Filling .50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.0C
Gold Crownw 22k., S,4 and $5.... 4.0C
Thin Elastic Plates 10-0C
Best Red Rubber Plates 10,01
OFFIClw -1607 SECOND AVENUE
Over Speidel's Drug Store
DR. C. S. MARSHALL.
jrp Every Sealed Package
J Lownoy's f
tj I Chocolate Bonbons IU
M guaranteed to be in perfect 1 M
I condition or money refunded. I 1
1 A guarantee Iip in cacti pack- 1 I
I age of half-pound or more. 1 I
1 f Tha lKr PmciMzf an Full WelfklX I
II Srmtfor the LTrnr fit": ft Soot. Il
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BOSTON. MASS. -& 1
May Go to Federal Court.
The heavv damage suits of Alfred
Wessel and J. T. McGinnis against the
Glucose Sugar Refining company may
be adjudicated by a federal grand jury
in the federal court, which will be con
vened here June 20. Cook & Dodge,
representing the glucose corporation,
filed a motion in the case asking that
,v,o qp hp taken to the federal court.
and for reason allege that tney nave
hWn hmneht aeainst a foreign corpor
ation and are also in excess of $2,000
Changes at the Park.
There are several changes contem
plated at Schuetzen park. Chief among
these is the conversion of the elliptical
space between the loop into a green
sward and flower plot, while a con
crete platform will be provided to re
ceive passengers, and concrete steps
will be installed for the ascent from
the cars instead of by the steep slope
now in use.
Claims Conroy Has Consumption.
It is claimed by Conroy s friends
and relatives and others who have seen
him since being confined in the Scott
county jail, where he was brought from
Fort Madison, that the man has a well
develoned attack of consumption.
Sheriff McArthur, in whose custody
Conroy has been since standing trial
here, is also convinced of this fact, and
the attendants at the jail state that the
prisoner is continually expectorating
blood. This physical condition of Con
rov undoubtedly was considered by
Judge Barker in determining the sen
tence which was pronounced upon nim
and which many people who have not
been familiar with Conroy's condition
were inclined to criticise on account
of its apparent lightness.
Dress Ignited at a Bonfire.
A spring bonfire was the cause of
the severe burning of George Jacobs,
the 3-ycar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. II
Jacobs, of 2323 Hobson avenue. The
child was at play in the rear of the
Martin residence near his home, when
his dress ignited and burned from his
back before help arrived. The child
was severely, but not seriously, burn
ed. For a time it was feared that he
could not recover.
New Health Officer.
The refiular meeting of. the board of
health convened at 3 o'clock yester
day afternoon. The most important
matter before it was the election of a
health officer to succeed II. J. Hish
whose resignation will take effect May
1. A. D. Fleu was chosen.
Remains Not Identified.
Walter and Thomas Jones, both from
Cedar Rapids, called at the Halligan
undertaking parlors to view the re
mains of the man identified as Will F.
Jones, who lost his life at the Ripley
street girders last Thursday morning
They examined the corpse and declar
ed that it was not that of their brother,
who had worked on the steam shovel
with Contractor Nesmith, of Moline
and who was somewhat of a wanderer
They felt much relieved when they
found that the dead man was not their
brother. A few days ago Mr. Nesmith
thought that the deceased was the man
who had once worked for him, and
who had two brothers at Cedar Rapids
and one at a little station near St.
Paul, all in the employ of the Rock
Island road. He partly identified him
by his interlocking eyebrows. The
brothers, however, failed to identify
him, and particularly so because the
deceased had coal black hair, while
their brother's hair was very light.
The body is still lying at the Halligan
undertaking parlors awaiting burial.
It is likely that, in accordance with the
law concerning unclaimed bodies, it
will be shipped to some medical insti
tution to be designated by the state
authorities of the board of health.
l-fui-t by Blast.
While preparing to do some blasting
on the right of way of the I. & I. line
yesterday, Mike Gravitsch, an Austrian
laborer in the employ of Pepper & Reg
ister, was frightfully injured, a mile
and a half below Princeton. While
preparing for the discharge of the
dynamite, it went off prematurely and
Gravitsch was hurled with great force
a distance of several feet. The injur
ed man was placed aboard an interur
ban car and brought to this city. Here
he was met by the city ambulance and
conveyed to Mercy hospital, where Dr.
I-anibach attended to his injuries.
These consist of severe burns about
the face, hands and leps, as well as the
riRht eye. The present indications
are that he will lose the entire sight
in this eye.
son, Mont., to Dixon, Mont., US miles; !
Spokane. Wash., to Pasco, Wash., 145.7 ,
miles: Pasco Wash, to Ellenshnr?
Wash., 126.8 miles; Seattle, Wash., to
lacoma, ash. 42 miles. The total
CIS. 5 miles of new block sicnal will
be exceeded only by the Pennsylvania
lines west of Pittslmre. this vear. Fol
lowing the Northern Pacific in order
of amount of new block signal im
provements for the year are the Great
Western with 434 miles and the South
ern Pacific with 333 miles.
AGED RESIDENT OF
Andrew Anderson Left Home Sunday
and Relatives Fear He Has
Come to Harm.
Andrew Anderson, a resident of
Hampton township for 25 years, disap
peared from home about 4 o'clock Sun
day morning and his relatives have so
far searched the country hereabout in
vain in the effort to locate him.
The old gentleman is 7j years of age
has a full beard, is slightly stooped
and limps when he walks. He has
been suffering with grip through the
winter, but it was thought that he
was making steady progress toward
Once before, in March. Mr. Anderson
managed to elude his family and es
cape. He was traced through the
snow and found near the Grennell
school east of Moline. The old man
is not strong mentally, but he ha
never manifested an inclination to do
away with himself. His family sus
pects that he has gone to relatives
All the news all the time THE
ufnois Bookings. .
April 5 and C "Egypt a."
April S Mildred Holland.
April 9 Fabio-Romanio.
April 10 and week Jack Bessey
April 22--H: Inlgbness the Bey.
April 24 and week Guy Hickman
Miss Holland's Congenial Role.
A dramatic treat of the season in
Rock Island will be the return of Ed
ward C. White's elaborate production
of "The Triumph of an Empress," mat
inee and night Saturday, in which
Mildred Holland portrays Catherine
the Great, of Russia, which is the best
part ever written for her. The author
in writing the role or Catherine for
Miss Holland, has at all times had
her extraordinary talents thoroughly
in mind. He has not placed the char
acter on a pedestal of improbability,
but has made the great empress es
sentially human, at the same time il
lustrating her notable characteristics,
as related by the best historians. Not
even the most obtuse critic cau fail
to note the exquisite art with which
Miss Holland portrays this character.
The Boston traveler says: "Miss Hol
land has jumped at one bound, figura
tively speaking, into the good graces
of Boston theatregoers, and has be
yond question, established herself as
a star of the first rank. Her concep
tion and acting of the part of Cather
ine has shown that she is a great ar
tist. Miss Holland's supporting com
pany is one of the best ever organized.
There has never been a purely dra
matic production more gorgeously
All is in readiness for the first per
formance of "Egypta" tonight at the
Illinois theatre. The special scenery
for the 12 complete stage pictures is in
place, the intricate electrical machines
have been adjusted to the local stage,
final rehearsals have been successfully
completed, and singers and orchestra
alike await the lifting of the curtain
with all the confidence arising from
thorough preparation. A very large
audience will be in attendance and
there is also a fine sale for tomorrow
night. Friday and Saturday nights the
opera will be given in Moline.
Consul Pleases Again.
Practically as it was one year ago.
"The Yankee Consul" reappeared at
the Illinois last evening to a capacity
audience. Raymond Hitchcock, he of
the "inside information," continues in
the title role, and is as delightful as
Very Low Rates
Via the Rock Island April 4 and IS to
a number of points in the west and
south. Less than one"" fare for the
round trip, good for return within 21
Are you going to Portland or Califor
nia this spring? The Rocktlsland will
have tickets on sale to Portland and
return at the rate of $30.25, and to Los
Angeles and San Francisco $56.70. A
one-way rate of $31 to a California
point is now in effect. Call at depots
or city office for full information.
No Excess Fare Charged on Nickel
Its trains are composed of the best
equipment, consisting of through ves
tibuled sleeping-cars, in both direc
tions, between Chicago, Cleveland,
Buffalo, New York, Boston and inter
mediate points, with unexcelled dining
car service, meals being served in
Nickel Plate dining cars on the American-
Club meal plan, ranging in price
from 30 cents to $1; mid-day lunch
eon, 50 cents.
Train No. 2. leaving Chicago at
10:35 a. m., daily has through vesti
buled sleepers for Boston, via Nickel
Plate. West Shore and Boston &.
Maine roads, and through vestibuled
sleepers to New York and intermed
iate points, via Nickel Plate and both
tho Lackawanna and West Shore
Train No. 4, leaving Chicago at 2:30
p. m. daily lias through vestibuled
sleeping cars for Buffalo, New York
and intermediate points.
Train No. C, leaving Chicago at I:15
p. m.. daily has through vestibuled
sleeping cars for Ft. Wayne, Cleve
land. Erie, Buffalo, New York and in
termediate points, nrriving at New
York early the second morning.
Rates always the lowest. Write,
'phone or call on nearest ticket agent,
or John Y. Calahan. general agent.
Nickel Plate road, 113 Adams street,
room 29S. Chicago. Chicago depot, Im
Salle and Van Buren streets.
Plans to Get Rich
are often frustrated by sudden break
down, due to dyspepsia or constipa
tion. Brace up and take Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They take out the ma
terials which are clogging your ener
gies, and give you a new start. Cure
headache and dizziness, too. At Hartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store; 25 cents,
Won a Name of Fame.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the fa
mous little pills, have been made fa
mous by their certain yet harmless and
gentle action upon the bowels and liv
er. They have no equal for bilious
ness, constipation, etc. They do. not
weaken the stomach, gripe, or make
you feel sick. Once used, always pre
ferred. They strengthen. Sold by all
Block System on Northern Pacific.
President Howard Elliott has au
thorized imiKtrtant improvements tend
ing to increase public safety, which
will place the Northern Pacific second
on the lUt of .American railways in th
fp;tai;at!on of tbe block system for the
current year. The new improvements
will afford continuous tgnal protec
tion over all the principal districts of
heavy traffic from the eastern termi
nus at St. Paul through to the Pacific
coast. Const ruction has already com
menced and will be rushed forward to
completion. The districts over which
new block signal protection will be
afforded are as follows: Minnearolis
t Staples. Minn.. 131.1 miles: Livings
ton t: Logan. Mont., 51 miles; Garri-
SOLE agents for "Moneybah"
blacK silks, the kind that
gives absolute satisfaction or your
inney back, 20 to 86 inches wide
98c to $1.75
THIRD AVENUETMJ ' "M TO SECOND
U V CT
TOWELING Special-18 in.
Barnsley Crash, full bleached,
au pure linen, neavy ana very
durable, lDc quality
Not Tulips and Orchids
Lustrous, Colorful SilKs
OUR Famous Silk Section is abloom
for spring, with every tint or bud
and flower. Popular priced novelty
silks, American, French and Swiss,
Glace and Chameleon taffetas in plain
and hair line stripes, surface and warp
printed Louisianos and taffetas, self col
ored brocaded chiffon taffetas and nov
olly messalines, black and white and
Jasper grey novelties in modest and
elaborate designs, adapted for street,
afternoon and evening wear. 19 to 20
inches wide at, yd
75c, 89c, 98c and $1.25
Silk Remnants, 2:30 p. m.
50c to $1.50 Values at 39c and
25c yd. The unmatchable
Silk Event of the Tri-Citles
ONCE again the first Thursday of
the month has rolled around, and in
connection with the grand display and
sale of silks mentioned we will sell all
of the remnants of black and colored
silks, crepe de chines and velvets, about
1, (XX) yards in all, worth from aOc to
$1.50 a yard, at per
yard, 39c and
Extra salespeople will be on hand,
extra space provided.
TS the supers
itbe Mi Hi nor v that
you see on tliM i,Mts, at church, at
the theater or vl. rover you chance to
see the best dros.sd ladies.
Your hat or bor net costs no more here,
looks better, satisfaction is certain and
the assurance of correct style also adds
much pleasure to the wearing.
Special Offering of New
Easter Kid Gloves
950 Pes Tcneriffe Lace
Doylies & Center Pieces
at 50c on the dollar,
AN importers sample lino of these
beautiful goods, made by the natives
of the Teneriffe Islands, will be offered
to you at a fraction of their cost to im
port. Ready at 9 o'clock, Thursday, a.
m. and continueing 'till sold.
Teneriffe Doylies, round and square worth
up to COc. Choice at 25c 1A
19c and "1UC
Teneriffe Doylies and Centre Pieces worth
tip to $1.00 Q0
choice 49c and OtJC
J1.50 and $200 Teneriffe pieces, 24 inches
round and square, as many as 44 wheels in
a single fjQ.
piece, for 7uC
Exquisite TencrilTe Centro pieces, with
double rows of wheels, beautiful open work
hand drawn centers, as many as 120 wheels
In a single piece values $2.50, $3.50 and
$5.00, choice at
$1.98, $1.75, 01.47, $1.25
Art needle work Dept. second floor.
TWO World Famous Makes of French
Kid Gloves. Perrin Freros et Cie
and Raynier Freres Glace and Suede.
all colors and black. Thursday, all
day, values up to bl-i
per pair, at
Three Great Bargains in
Ladies Dress and
CO QQ for Dra and Walking Skirts, well
Ou.UO made and perfect fitting materials are
Scotch Mixtures, Panama Cloth Hroad
cloth and Brllliantlne you'll say at least $5.00
when you see them we say $3.93.
9 C Mf for handsome sklrtfl worth $6.50 to
0u4U $8.50. They are made with plents and
flare In the best styles, from all wool mix
tures, fine Kngllnh Cuttings. New Finish Mel
tons. Featherweight Voiles. HIcllllans. Panama
Cloth, etc., and are bargains at $5.40.
ff? for beautiful accordeon pleated skirts,
9U I U shirred around th top In
the most up to date manner alro new forty
gore skTrts of Panama cloth materials and fit
same aa In $10.00 skirts, special price of these
M a ndiom taster Silk Dress Skirts made with
shlrrlngs and pleats a large
t styles geglnning at
Seeds and Bulbs
THOSE reliable seeds selling by
the thousands of packets n
Best Yellow Danver's Onion En
Bets per quart 4JL
Caladlmus, large and (n
Kin White. Purple and 1 P n
Yellow Dahlias IOC
Hardy Japan 1A
Gladiolus, mixed, lf
Ier dozen I oL
50c Japanese Fern Balls, 90
great big ones jL
Remnants of Wash Good
About Half Price
THURSDAY AT 9 O'CLOCK
choice of about 800 remnants
of this season's finest and b$t
Waistings. Puttings. Organdies.
Voiles. Linens. Madras. Gingh.irr.
etc. etc.. marked for a quirk good
bye at about HALF PRICE
Belts for Haster
FINEST an-1 Ptupple5t line of
Ladies Belts we have ever
shown or vou have ever seen.
Shaped Belts. 9f
Taffeta Crush Belts,
gold buckle -
Special lot Phirred. Pleated nd
other popular 75c Taffeta Silk
Belts, very special at 50c 44C
Splendid Taffeta and Loulslane S!!'
Belts made In twenty newest
shapes and ftyles. compare well
with most Sic and $1.00 belts,
these are priced at CtOt
8c and XJLKj
Nfw patent Leather C9
Form Belts JLK
Lined Leather Belts. QQ
button trimmed Jdt
BUSTER BrtOWN Patent Leather
Belts, stitched, grab these Ifl
quick at IUC
Books for Laster
CATHOLIC prayer books and K"y
to Heaven, handfome gift.
bindings, up 99f
Catholic Bibles, red edges, 7f
clear type edition v
Bibles of all kinds In fine flexible
bindings up 9Qp
The Poets, bound In padded irsck
leather.- publisher's price 71
$1.23. our price 1JC
Gift Books in white bindings,
rlightly soiled. 18c to 35c Ifif
books, sppcial price Ivw
The Sale of Ho
I S C: w.th a nish. Tbe flepartme
household end f.aiaen r.ecessi-"??
Paring Knives, good cnes 5s
Large Butcher Knives 1
Large eiie Tin Palis 15c
Wire on spools, all size 3c
"Get Them" Tack Liflera 10
Extra good Srrw Drivers 8o
Longhead Tack Hammers 10c
Sagnaw Glo'o AVs-sh Boards . .23c
Climax Wall D3per Cleaner, can. 10c
Japaned Tray- 9s
Dust Pans wllh Hood 10c
Japam Spice Trays. 6 boxes.. 29o
Tin Skimmers 5c
Large "nlt Rust" Wash
Basics, extra haavy 23c
Individual Tie Tins 3e
Gem Pans. C-hoJe 9s
Large Tin Coffee Pots lOo
FOR THE GARDEN
Rakes up from 13s
Hoes up from 19
Spading Forks 57
Lawn Ciun Lawn Rake 47e
Child's Floral r-plece sets, 23e & 9s
Bet Stel Grass Shears 21e
B Steel Grass Hooks 1So
Best Steel Garden Trowels 10c S. 5c
Bst Steel Weeding Hooks c
Poultry Netting, all wtdea, par
running yard, up from 2
Hose Hels C
Garden Hose. 25-ft. ler.rths ..Z22
Oxf or ds $ 1 .65
I OW SHOES are In great demand.
We call sharp attention to our
large stock of Men's Low Cut
Shoes. We offer for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday:
Men's VicI Kid Oxfords, splendid
value at $2.50. this time C 1 C
for three days at 5 I Ud
Others in black or tan at f 0 CA
$2.00, $2.50. $3.00 and jOtOU
For the Housecleanlng
DEBT Household Ammonia, rub
ber cork O
Large 30i Chamois Ift
Best Borax, half Q
One Second Scouring 1
Persian Insert 1 f
Moth Balls, per
Wool Soap, M
nt fairly glows with
Here are a few
Green Label Paints
SOLD only here Best Ingredients,
extra ground and thoroughly
mixed Cover the most space
Mad to wear. Full una of colors
In stock Prices
It Is a varnish
aa well and
ish uaed for
nslda or out
Prices begin 7i
at only LtlU
Paint Brushes of ail kinds priced
way down. Qn
good ones for vl
Sal of Combination Assortment
IceruobrnrgnB?u. Bg5i The Whofe
52E,,k... P'ET complete
Rack. Package Shelffor
Paper. Cake Scouring
o.p. M ft. Clothes Line
Specials EW arrivals of Ladles Fancy
' ' Lisle and Embroidered Hon
coming In promptly. We quote but
Ladles' Imported Lll Hos with
hand-embroidered and plain lace
boot effects, the broken stylos for
low shoes. In all the popular shades
very unusual values Of '
Ladle' Polka Dot Hose, several
coiorn, nne quality,
Several lines of Children's Hosiery.
usually some sites missing,
while they last, r
COR Ifen'e Shirt a and Boys'
wtet "eery large assortment
ot style In fine Percales. Cheviot.
Madras, and Seersuckers, In dark
and light effects, also Heavy Twills
and, Cheviots - In great variety.