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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGU8, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, lfeBO.
Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES.
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
3?-Esti mates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application.
1617 Second avenne,
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. You can save money
by buying of ns now.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c a Bottle.)
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
Manufactured by ' .
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
Rook Island, Ills.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
THE STARRY BANNER.
A Patriotic Emblem Presented
School No. 1.
f-ntertamlnKlKxerrinra at the West
End B sliding Yesterday Afternoon
The SpeechesThe Pupils' rart
The fli g presentation passed off pleas
antly at uctaool building No. 1 yesterday
afternoon. The exercises took place in
Mrs. Paul Hamilton's room, where Miss
Johnson's classes also assembled. Princi
pal Dougherty, Supt. Eemble and Presi
dent The mas, of the board of education,
also behg present. Those in charge
of the donation appeared as citizens and
individuals, and made no reference to any
society or organization, thus properly re
specting the resolution of the board of
education adopted yesterday morning.
After the pupils had given a calisthenic
exhibition under the direction of their
teacher, Mrs. Hamilton, and rendered a
number of vocal selections, Mr. D. J.
Sears was introduced, and addressing the
principal, teacher and pupils, stated that
he had been requested to be present and
n behalf of the citizens of Rock Island
and the friends ot the public schools, to
present an American flitr. If we
would i reset ve our nation, we must
maintain our public schools and pre
serve patriotism. The lessons incuN
cated ia the minds of the youth
should not bo confined strictly to the
text bool.s, but they learn early the laws
of gool citizenship as well. The
speaker therefore felt it the duty of good
citizens to help each boy and girl to re
ceive a grammar school education, if
nothing more. He complimented the
board of education on the comfortable and
convenient buildings which had been
provided, and on the efficiency and com
petency of the corps of teachers. Then
addressing Principal Dougherty, Mr.
Sears presented a lovely sixteen-foot
flag on bshalf of the citizens of Rock Is
land and friends of the public schools,
with th'i request that it should be un
folded to the breeze every day that the
weather permits, and that the principal
deliver if. to his successor in office with
the same injunction.
Principal Dougherty in accepting the
starry bunner, expressed the pleasure at
having the visitors present as patrons of
the Rock Island public schools. "Were
it not for those who pay taxes," said Mr.
Dougheity, "were it not for you.
we as pupils and teachers, would
not be here. We are glad to
welcome- you because of your ideas of
what public schools ought to be. You
have a r radical end in view. The aim
here is u teach us tte importance of
patriothm. We are taught to recognize
this banner as the symbol of religious
freedom, free press and free speech. It
is also the emblem of our- free public
schools. Men wisely think that the pubs
lie school is the real strength of the na
tion." The principal thought it but ap
propriate therefore that the stars and
stripes should float from every public
school building in the land, the same as
from ev.:ry fort, fortress and man of war.
Mr. Dougherty, therefore, in behalf of the
teachers and pupils and all connected
with the public schools, returned thanks
for the beautiful flag and expressed to the
visitors his appreciation of their presence
fhe Hag was unfurled from the win
dows, the children singing "The Flag of
the Free ," as the folds cau:ht the breeze.
President Thomas was called npon and
briefly but fittingly expressed his appre
ciation of the appropriate gift. It had a
tendency to create the ideas of patriotism
early in life, which was one of the first
objects of our public school-system. lie
was plet.sed therefore to receive it in be
half of the board of education.
Supt. Ke ruble's name in-ing called, be
stated his joy at seeing the flag and he
was glad of the spirit of the hour.
Mr. J. J. Reimers was called, but de
clined in favor of Rev. G. W. Gue, who
made a short talk on patriotism, which
was the only thing that could protect and
save this country. He spoke of it as the
emblem of purity, of freedom, of patriot
ism and of brotherly love. It should be
displayed over every school.every church,
every dwelling and business block in
this country. It should be seen in every
home. He would like to Bee it over every
altar and in every church in the land. It
gives every man a right to think accord'
ingto bis conyictions and conscience; to
go to c lurch or stay at home; to preach
as he thinks, and to keep hia hands off
those vho perchance do not tnink as he
does. It protected a mm ia free thought,
free speech, and placed all men n an
equal fooling beneath its glorious folds
Mr. Wm. Guthrie was asked to make a
few remarks, and he spoke of the good it
did hid to be present. He believed in
Americanism, and was glad to see the
emblem of it shown in the public schools.
The pupils joined in singing "Amer
ica, a ad the school was dismissed.
Madame Janauschek, the distinctly
effective tragic actress, appears at Har
ner's t jeatre tonight. The New York
"TbatMme. Janauschek is today the
most 1 fty of living tragic actresses goes
without question. The power, the pas
sion, the force, the effectiveness and the
erealness of her sublime genius have been
recogt ized by the ablest critics of two
continents wno nave paia giowiug inuuies
to the worth and artistic value of super
lative acting. For Mme. Janauschek
words of Draise are hardly necessary to
imnrore a record which is well nigh com
Dlete. and one ol tbe most remaraaoie in
r ... . . . .
the hUtorv of the stage. Tte power to
move, excite, sway and thrill a cultivated
anriifmcR is still hers to an almost mar-
votnmi decree and places her at the bead
and front of the tragedy actresses of the
day. Her appearance here is heraiaea as
the pronouncea tragic even oi me
and a such, it is regarded Dy wose ra
miliar with the annala of the stage.
Bow Ton Can Bays Money.
Tin vnnr furniture and carpets at
Clem inn & Balzmann's, the reason being
that they have three times the largest
stock to select from and can give you
bette goods for your money than to be
found elsewnere. -
Juit think of it a nice stiff hat for 1
Benjamin mrneselaer, Laborer, Dies
Wlthant WarningThe Iaqnetit.
Mr. Benjamin Strueselaer, a laborer at
the saw mill of Weyerhauser & Denk
mann, died suddenly in hia home on
Eighth avenue near Seventh street at 6:10
last evening. He had just returned from
his work and having washed his face and
hands, had iust becnin the use of the
towel when he suddenly sank to the
floor. His wife, Sophie Strueselaer, who
was in the room, was at his side in an
instant, but before she could sum
mon help, her husband was dead. Mrs.
Christian Mathey, a neighbor, was soon
notified, and who responded at once, and
found the evidences of life still in the
body as tbe eyes were humid and the
pulse beating. The head was cold, how
ever, and on reexamining the pulse it was
found to have ceased. Mrs. Mathey then
mixed water and vinegar, which she
dashed on the face of the lifeless man
with hopes of bringing about resuscita
tion, but to no avail.
Dr. S. C. Plummer was sent for, and
after examining the body, he pronounced
apoplexy the cause of detth.
These were the facts as elicited by Cor
oner Ilawes' jury, composed of Messrs.
C. W. Hawes, foreman; S. C. Plummer,
C. E. Huntley, Lawrence Kramer, Fred
Holdorf and P. A. Carlson, and whose
verdict was, that the deceased came to his
death from an attack of apoplexy. !
The deceased was fifty-two years of
age, was a Belgian, and bad been in this
country nine years, and in Hock Island
eigv t years.
SUNDAY SCHOOL KXEKCISKS.
Plpanant Kntertatnmrntn at the
Nomh Park and 'hrllian Munday
AT SOUTH PAKK
1 he entertainment at the South Park
chapel last evening was largely attended,
Mr. C. C. Mclntire acting as master of
ceremonies in his customary nappy
vein, the programme being as follows:
Piano duett Jolly Brothers, Myrtle
Sears and Maud Rogers; vocal quartette,
Merrily Goes the Mill C hoir; piano solo
Merry Skaters, Mabel Fullerton; duett
Where Do Fairies Dwell? Miss Kate Ilia-
dcl and Miss Blanche Cleland; pinosolo
Golden Butterflies. Nellie IWnharl;
solo Song of a Nest. Mrs. G. M. Loos
ley; violin duett Hunter's Chorus. Tull
White and Sam Harrow; solo. Miss
Blakesley ; pianoduett May Breezcs.May
Ferguson and Helen Loosley; piano
solo The Banjo, Theodore Jennings;
piano duett SchulofT's waltz. May
Walker and Nellie Barnliart; duett Bar
carole, Mrs. Loosley "and Mrs. Cran.lall;
piano solo b antasia Allemanu, May
Walker; solo Forget Me Not. Ilattie
Fay; piano solo Polish Dance. Miss
Thompson; solo Spring Time, Miss
Dart; piano solo Gipsv Rondo. Miss
Carrol; trio Japanese dance, Willie
Sears, Theodore Jennings and Sam Dar
row. The net receipts were about $25
THrt CHRISTIAN ClIArEI,.
The popcorn carnival at tbe Christian
Sunday school last night was a decided
success. The room was packed, and there
was hardly standing room left. Tbe
receipts were $60. Tbe people were en
tertained by songs by the school. speeches,
etc. All had a delightful time eating
A new pine floor is to be put in the
Mr. John Schaler has contracted fur a
tile walk and curbing about his premises.
Ninth street and Ninth avenue.
J. C. Rasmussen is arranging to put in
a stone and tile walk around his premi
ses on Third avenue and Fifteenth
The stone has been delivered for curb
ing on the Lynde corner as well as tbe
Armory, corner of Sixteenth street and
Mr. Joseph Roscnfield is making some
notable improvements about his residence
and grounds at the corner of Third ave
nue and Eleventh street.
City Marshal Mi lcr has commenced
bis crusade on dilapidated sidewalks.
The police tore up twelve thousand feet
of unfit walk last year, and will not leave
a vestige this year.
Mr. Fred Appelqtiist has neatly sodded
the space between the sidewalk and curb
ing around his new property on Third
avenue and Seventeenth street and added
much to the appearance thereby.
Messrs. Sievers & Anderson have the
contract for tbe construction of a new
porch about the front and side of tbe res
idence of J. W. Potter on Seventeenth
street and are making a splendid job of it.
Mr. A. M. Blakesley is making some
extensive improvements to hi9 house on
Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue
putting on an addition to the north, with
bay window, the general plan being to
give the house a minh more modern ap
pearance. Larkin & Stephens b aye the
The rafter, C. W. Cowles, passed up-
Tbe Verne Swain was in and out as
The Pittsburg, Capt. Killeen,
pected down tomorrow.
The stage of the water was 7.05 at
noon today; the temperature 53
Agent Lamont. of the Diamond Jo
line, has tbe Sidney booked for the north
Doing a Lively Business
George Sutcllffe, tbe enterprising dealer
and hanger of wall paper, is doing a rush
ing business, keeping constantly engaged
a large force of artistic workmen hanging
wall paper. Mr. Sutcliffe has as large
and as complete a line of the latest styles
in wall paper as was ever seen in this
city. Do not fall to call on Mr. Sutcliffe
when you want wall paper or paper
hanging. He is also prepared to do all
kinds of painting artistically and well
Remember the place, corner of Second
avenue and Fifteenth street.
The Rock Island Turner society will
celebrate tbeir 33d anniversary next Sun
day evening, April 20th, by holding a
concert and gymnastic exhibition, pyra
mids, etc.. at Turner ball. Admission,
25c. - ,,
Kann & Flemming for nice .goods in
furniture and carpets.
- For spring style hats call on Lloyd &
Help May to move.
Last night of the Industrial fair.
Don't forget May's moving prices.
"Janauschek" at the theatre tonight,
Dancing school at Armory hall next
Wednesday evening. ,
Madame Janauschek and her company
are at tbe Harper.
Dsncing school at Armory hall next
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Roscnfield leave
lor California tonight.
Dancing school at Armory hall next
Mrs. Jane Weathcrhcad, of Barstow,
was in the city today.
Lost A buggy whip on Friday west
of Seventeenth street. Finder please re
turn to Arthur Burrall.
Go where the crowd goes, to Kann &
Flemming'a for the latest styles in furni
ture, carpets, curtains and baby buggies.
Louis Locb & Co. is tbe name of a new
wholesale liquor firm which will in a few
days start in business at No. 1908 First
Tonight will be the last opportunity
to attend tbe Industrial fair. Tbe auc
tion sale of goods as well as the voting,
will be concluded.
Mr. E.IC. Cavctt, of LMaington, has ie-
turned from - Tacoma, Spokane Falls and
other towns on the Pacific coast, where
he has had contract work.
'Kid" Browner and "Putty" Zeis, the
Rock Island battery, have signed with tbe
Monmouth club for the sen sin and have
gone there to irport for duty.
Mr. C. II. Deere, of Moline, v. ill ac
companv Mr. Morris Roscnfield to Wash-
ngton Monday morning, but will not go
to Europe with him as reported.
Kann & Flemminp. ihe well known
furniture dealers, have teen kept very
busy the past week waiting on customers
for their nice parlor and chamber sets.
Altert Hurlev was arrested this after
noon on complaint ofHenry Sehndelen
for breach of the peace addressing the
complainant in an abusive manner at his
saloon on Moline avenue.
Miss Lina Kane, one eif the most e ill
cicnt of Rock Island county's corps of
teacuer. leu for r.ilginpton tins morning
to reopen her school after a month's va.
cation at her home in this city.
Moline is having a school election today
and the woman's suffrage element is tak
ing a hand having placed in nomination
Mrs. A. J. M. Dow and Mrs. C. W. Heald.
There arc three tickets iu the field.
Mr. R. C. Cool, a well known and
many years resident of Cordova, has
moved his family to Rock Island, having
secured a residence near the corner of
Twentieth street and Fourth avenue.
The members of South Park syndicate
are requested to meet at tbe office of W.
Is. ierguson at 4 p. m., Monday. Busi
ness of importance w ill lie brought before
the meeting. A full attendance is de
The Sly printing press, a new invention
made by a former minister of tli gospel
at Alexis, is to be manufactured some
where in western Illinois. Rock Island
might seeurn the industry by proper tf
fort. Mr. Phil Mitchell returned from Syra
cuse this morning, where he attended a
meeting of the trustees of the United
Glass company. He says the Rock Isl
and works will shut down as usual July
1 lor tnc season.
The Rock Island County Sunday school
convention will meet at the Broadwav
Presbyterian church next Thursday and
Friday. Prof. Haraill. of lh$ state nor
mal, will preside at the first day's pro
ceedings. The second day will be de
voted to county work.
Mr. Louis II. Salzmann, of Clemann &
Salzmann. has purchased of Mrs. P. H.
Eagan her new homestead on Twenty
fifth street and Sixth avenue for $2.r00
and an adjoining lot from Mr. M. Hig-
gins for SiJjO, thus givirg him a splendid
site for a residence.
Mr. Oscar Johnson, of this citv, a fire
man on the Savanna run on the C, B.
fc Q , and Miss Ida M. Hugunin, were
married at tbe brides home at Albanv.
Whiteside county. Wednesday afternoon
last. The couple have commenced house
keeping at 1405 Second avenue.
A new time card is to go in effect on
theC.B. & Q. one week from tomor
row, by the provisions of which the Ster
ling accommodation will remain in Rock
Island over night instead of at the other
end of the run. This rroye will bring
six additional families to Rock Island.
A numler of the friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Christian SMiillinger surprised them
at their home, 8:13 Twentieth street, last
evening on tbeir silver wedding anniver
sary, ttiree distinct parties all planned for
the same purpose, meeting at the bouse
and all joining in tbe merriment ot the
A canvass is going quietly on through
out the lower end of the countv in the
nterests of the candidacy of Miss Annette
Boa-man, of Andalusia, for the republican
nomination for couniy superintendent of i
schools. Hitherto Supt. Southwell has
bad no opposition either before or after
the republican convention.
Conductor 1). Bisant. who is one of the
best conductors on the Colorado divis
ion of the C, It. I. & P.. is in the city to
attend a meeting of the conductoia'
grievance conrmittee or tbe Rock Island
road to be held in this city tomorrow.
Mr. Bisant represents .Denver division.
No. 44. After the meeting here the com
mittee will proceed to Chicago in a body.
Mr. Ben. Whitsitt has just returned
from Chicago, where he attended Col.
Harris' great sale and purchased one of
the best bred bulls ever brought to wes
tern Illinois. The name of the animal is
Golden Shield; he is of Golden Drop
stock, sired by the imported Baron Vic
tor, and Mr. Whilsitt rightfully thinks be
has a daisy.
Island City Lodge, No. 4, A. O. U.W..
will give an entertainment and ba1! at
Armory hall on Thursday evening, April
24lu. it helng their fifteenth anniversarv.
A part of the entertainment wfll be an
exposition of tbe secret work in the ini
tiation of a candidate. ''Laugh and tbe
world laughs with you; weep, and you
weep alone. Tickets for sale by the
Gilbert Rosebaugu, of Cable, was yes
terday afternoon fined $5 and costs by
Magistrate lvill for with Miles Cornish
of MiUn making an attack on Frank
Lucas in the Scbafer bouse saloon. Lucas,
whose whiskers were painted a lurid red
in the encounter, had not recovered suffl
ciently to appear until today, when Cor
nish was tried for assault and battery and
nnea --u ana costs.
Airs. Biuion Jones and cbildren were
greeted by a full bouse on Wednesday
evemne.many being present from LeClaire
ana eisewnere. I be entertainment was
very pleasing, especially the singing by
Mrs. Jones and Mattie and Louie, they
make an interesting family croup. Miss
Jennie Tew, of Cordova, assisted In
duet with Prof. Wallace, and rendered
with good taste and execution tbe niano
piece, "Song of the Brook." Port Byron
At a special meeting of tbe Davenport
Turner society held last evening it was
decided to invite the Upper Mississippi
Turner association to noia lta annual con
vention and prize competition in this city.
provided that the resolutions adopted in
1877 making the time for holding it in
June be reconsidered. On account of tbe
other reunions and conventions to be held
here this summer if held here it must be
held later than June sometime in
August preferable. On account ot the
large amount of practice necessary It was
deemed best to hold the competition in
Jane, in order that the work would not
fall in the hot months. But this year it
will be impossible to do so if held here.
The following prominent officials of
the C. B. & Q., spent an hour in the city
yesterday afternoon: C. E. Perkins,
president; E. P. Ripley, general manager;
J. D. Besler, general superintendent:
Howard Elliott, general freight and pas
senger agent of the St. L. K. & N. W.;
L. E. Johnson, snpterintendent of the
Chicago division; W. B. Tbroop, superin
tendent of Rock Island & St. Louis di
vision, and a number of eastern stock
holders in the company. They are on a
tour of inspection of the Burlington sys
tem, and stopped here on tbeir way from
Chicago to Burlington. They are trav
eling in Mr. Perkins' private car 100, and
in ice-President Stone s car V9.
No matter how thin a spring poem may
be in a literary sense it is fat for the
Hood's Saraaparilla possesses curative
powers exclusively its swn, and which
make it " peculiar to itself." Be sure to
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
The only time payment house in Dav
enport Tbe C. F. Adams' Home Fur
nishing house, 322 Brady street.
Biby carriages including the Down
ing sleeping couch at the Adams, 822
lsrady street, Davenport.
Parlor suites, lounges and rattan rock
ers at the Adams, 322 Brady street, Dav
Bedroom suits, folding beds.maltressea,
pillows, on the credit system, at The
Adms', 322 Brady street, Davenport.
The Dunlap hats now shown by Lloyd
& Stewirt are perfect beauties.
Buy your carpets,
paries at the C. F.
furniture and dra
Adams, 322 Brady
Sarah Bernhardt is going to marry
again. Is divorce a failure Y
Sail hats $1 and up at Lloyd & Stew
C. A. Stei., - Manager.
tintnil Trairic Event or Ihe Seai-on. Pol
lui ly last apH-aranc- In thU city.
SATURDAY APRIL 19th,
OXK NIGHT ONLY.
serial KwraremeTit Extraordinary of the Great-
r.-t living Tragic Actrera, Madiii
lis her wonderfully resliplic Impersonation of
the- Great komantic Character
e'omhininc ail the potent and faocinatine elementa
oi legitimate eiHra, comedy ana Traeedy,
mm l ably and admirably supported by her
own, large, complete and excellent
In every detail precim-lT as ntaTed br the aame
niit-xrt-llrd company with enthnilatir auccena In
New Vork. Philadelphia, Boston and Chicago.
Prio-i-$l .01, 75c, Sue and c. Sale of aeata
commence Thnniday. April 17lh. Orders by
mail promptly attended to.
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
One Week Commencing
MONDAY, APRIL 21st.
STUART'S THEATRE CO.
The Channirg Actress,
MISS LTLAH STUART,
And a si roii CnnuianT of actor, ooenin? the
great play nude famous by the Knglisb Kendall a
Fopnlsr prices-10. so and 30 cent.
The Firt National hank of Rock Island, tllto .)
located at Kock lfiaud. in the -late of Illinois, Is
clirtt.' up llsnfM-rn. All note bolder aado'Bwrs,
creditors of raid Association, are therefore hereby
Do'iflid lo pr-rnt tbe notes and other claim
acmii-1 the Asecriation for payment.
P. L. M1TCUKLL. President.
Dated April 19. 1HJ
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
"pictnr Cord, Tain, Nail
aud ttooas at wwesi prica.
Cull aud are.
C, C. Taylor
r 1C25 Second avenue.
Under Bock Island Hon.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK. IBaAXD, ILL..
IJ) V J-
Spring Styles now Beady.
In Our Curtain Department
You will find this week eight special
bargains in lace curtain.
The above mentioned are worthy of
examination. Better onea too, if wanted.
Three special numbers in dress
52ia. All wool 49c
52in. " " 53
54in. " " Broadcloth Finish, 75c
These flannels come in plain and
mixtures, and while suitable for dress
goods are being largely used for chil
dren's and misses' peasent cloaks.
Irtoclt Island.. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Harper's Theatre building. Their
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock of Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there is none to surpass, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
A pair of Garden Vases filled with Trailing Vines or
Tropical Leaved Plants, or one or two pieces of Garden
Statuary make a pleasing addition to the Lawn adorn
ments we like to see at this season, and are not by any
means beyond the reach cf the most economically in
clined. They cost from $1.75 up.
I am agent for C. Hennecke & Co.. probably the most
reliable manufacturers of this class of Art Goods in
our country. It would hardly pay to carry in stock
a fall assortment of Vases and Statuary, but I have a
complete line of Catalogues, illustrated, and can show
styles, quote manufacturer's prices, and fill any or
ders I am favored with, at from two to four days'
Pienty of Flower Pots, plain and decorated, on hand.
G-. M, LOOSLEY,
Crockery and Cliina Store,
1609 Second Avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
tTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at f 6 00 given away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the book tnd
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL 8HOS STORK, 1818 Second Aveno.
SLM STRUT 8H0X 8TORZ)
S9?fl riftk Avaas.
TENNIS Flannels, all wool, hand
some assortment fast colors, 49c per
SKIRTS We show this week the
latest in ladies' spring skirts.
Black satin skirts, fast colors.
Grey moreen skirts.
Black moreen skirts.
Grey and black mohair skirts.
We offer them to you at leu prices
than you can make them for.
Please examine when you call the
Double Fold Cashmeres yard, 10c
Our 75c Batten Corsets, - 49c
Linen Towels, 5c
Fancy Linen Napkins. Sc
Misses' Blouse Waists, 89s
Ladies' Jersey Jackets, 13.50 and up.
at LI )yd & Stewart ft. .