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Mr SHOTS FIRED
Durtoplfcs. raJlyitw around Jlcnry Iltir- "
ton jr., a leacliar in Iho Sunday School, j
testlted In nsfortnc. to the row In (he'
schoolroom In which Btanlny Tyndnll,
son of the Minister, struck Mr. Vurton
when the tatter sonant to tako a chair
from the Tyndall side of the room to
that strnteirlcallr occupied by tho nur-
When Air. Burton took the cniar. lie
aya another eon or tho Minuter
airucK mm. juacisirain u oeiu m
aerved decision until Wodnenday. Ho
on armistice vraa declared. ,
nfia Mmi AHark Jail in fcfinrt
to Lynch Negro Who Mur-
U dered Little Girl.
yNDTANAPOKfl, April 2J- B-
rosUM ox uio airxicuiiy tne iDoianap
KiTa. polio bad last night In dUptr-
xnob of moro ttian 2.000 men
itfSt won atonnlnjf the Marion
fOSioty Jail and lynchinc William
Jiy; colored, nineteen years old, con-
SftSwd atayor of fourteen-year-old
PitErtti Jlntt, White ilrt, the au-
.W'VT.'K.iti... mniliw atirmnt wilt be
IftSda. The mob was poorly orgun-
St'-LA .rA .iiiiMit innirmt lnademhlD.
w Wr". " -i
lie Chief of Police Kinney has ai.
Ait the entlro police force of 'In-
bijlanapolls oa duty guardlor the ap-
Safche to Ute Jail.
on Harris, colored, nineteen years
ZoTd. ma ahot in the neck and In the
ft eft' 1 off whUo Tunnlns from a crowd
jnca throneh the heart of the
; trtUneaa district of the city. He was
ktaken to tha olty hospital. John J.
"6 tar. thtrty-MCven. of IxultvUle, Ky.
CoivceaJ d weaaw n and ahooUnr with
Uio -city limit. Ten shots were
tT the mob. Fifteen men were
I on charcea of disorderly con-
'tt and Induce riot.
pjy m arreoroa weaatnnr vu
'alifaexl ft wnuon ooaxession ca mo
Jettele, wbloh wma committed Mon-
pf alBht Thursday afternoon, In
aeB)eoa statement, he admitted, the
poUec say, that bo srtajbbed the strl
fWSsiB she ocreexned and fought him.
TthreW tier body Into the swollen
ay entered a plea of guilty when
aed In City Court yesterday.
SXojTraa held for the Grand Jury on
ar8T of murder.
'jtf mob of senewl hundred gathered
teaS front of the jail early but wwe
eersea oy u pouosj nnaer uarry
Kixesmlth, AdiatatLt Oeceral of tho
sea Xuth aCamcaa Town ta
.'Ift'.. ' Artace Z,yaehtacr.
mVSTVSDXma, Kan- AprU 28.
WK&ota from Croweburc Kan.,
ta&doff camp, are reported marching
ttfo&'idatberry. Kan. where a neero
ft 'tV' . . . .. . ...... ... .
fWMriynonea ion juonaay, loavwiot
gaaaVsvUaalc oa a whlto siti. A Mul-
naoayr ouixsuipo vaqsnuin iuai uui
JlTiHwaro ntorea had been opened to
RKsFotablla for arms and ammunition.
I nayo pocn unowa avouau vuo
Herrnty Tlionaand Workrr Strike In
VIENNA, April 2J Industrial work
ers to Uie number of 70,000 went on
strike her to-day, hftvlng; failed to
obtain Uie Increase In pay they had
demanded. Tho workers In the aao
and electric plants and thoee having
to do with the nroductlon and distri
bution of brrd, milk and other neces
sities wiu continue at tlielr tasks until
The height of fashion for
Norfolks and double-
breasted suits of our own
At prices no higher than
asked elsewhere for quality
not: nearly so good.
Fabrics that are as
sturdy as our woolens for
men. Many cut from the
same yardage-. And all,
absolutely all-wool by
if you can find better.
The h e i g h t of common
Ideal for growing feet.
tiSTICE W CHURCH ROW.
dart ttrserrea Dcefattea ree-
DIentlon ana flatcuffs' which have
jilt the congregation of the Qreen-
&wpad UClswa iieionneu v,nurcn u
EJJrSoVlyn, into two faction, were ruc-
f,' aired, M,; court to-day. The Tjm-
tltes, under tne Banner or me juiui-
Official outfits for
Scouts of America.
Sporting Goods, too.
t Rogers Peet Company
az lata ex. r our
Broadway Comers" Fifth Ave.
at Warren ot 4 lit St
Flint's Fine Furniture
Providing an exceptional opportunity,
by reason o the unusual values, offered, to be-
come acquainted with the superior character of
te FLIJT QUALITY DEPENDABLE FURNITURE
With, a record of 80 years of spedotUine behind us, It it '
logical to assume that the FLINT GUARANTEE, for
, quality must bold strone slimlficance for every purchaser.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF FURNITURE
Whether it be an odd piece or un entire suite you will
"shop," of course, before selecting, but BE SURE
TO VISIT FLINT'S BEFORE DECIDING for
only by comparison HERE.wijl you be able to gauge
the VALUES commonly offered.
, DINTNO ROOM SUITES
Mahogany and Walnut: $445, $494, $497, $327, $540,
$548, $565, $572, $675, $790, $850, $983, $1185, $1640,
$3276, $2816, $3175, $3996, $4700.
Mahogany, Walnut, Ivory and Decorated Enamel: $249,
$318, $346. $408.75, $492, $511.75, $525, $641, $728, $890.
$933, $1048, $1196. $1287, $1344, $1748, $1910, $3202,
LIVING ROOM SUITES
2 and 3 Pieces: $150, $225, $250, $275, $287, $315, $325.
$350, $366. $418. $462. $476, $495, $591, $600, $775, $800,
$1375, $1418,'$1500, $2090, $2500.
a LxnoH NUMtian or orD niacusi nnxirw vhkk
CHHKFOnOBlM. JSTC.. AT BXTJUOBDIXARY LOW 1-UtoKS'
Made to special order for prompt
delivery from our N. Y. City factory.
OIIIBNTAI, A IXWHKTM ItCOS
New Sports Skirts
Wool plaids and otrip& in
Eopular colorings knife and
ox pleated, with broad'bclts;
excellent values at
Store Closes At 5 P. M.
Lord J$ Taylor
38th Street FIFTH AVENUE
TtltpUn Oiitti FlMPhtnt Quits 1900 M f Tdtphtnt Dak
Dashing new models in Pckin
and tan checks, knife and box
pleated; also other designs
and colorings attractively
priced at $25.()0'
Tttnl floor 1
Soft Textured, Luxurious, Enveloping
Capes and Cape-Coats for Women
At a Very Low Price, Tomorrow, for Models
of Such High Quality and Distinctive Charm
For the woman who really
WC' -arc offering the oppor
tunity of the season in Wraps
beautiful ! Her choice of three
rich and lovely fabrics of
Bolivia, Velour de Lnlnc and
Trlcotine, all lined with Pcau
de Cygne and fancy silks,
at this low price.
Women's Polo Coats
Good quality Polo Cloth
in natural tan.
Extra values at ,
Six models for her critical se
lection, well cut and
models to suit all types of
figure; sleeveless or with sleeve
effects; so essential to wear
over the new frilly frocks of
Ample Wraps with lines
of grace, expertly draped.
The most desired styles.
Women's Serge Capes
Accordion pleated,, with big
Extra values at
FlintSJ Horner Cq inc.
For Sweet Sixteen and
Her Younger Sister
lAILORED styles for Girls were
never jauntier, and it is diffi
cult to decide in the two of
ferings we have planned for tomor
row which is the most appealing
the charming models or the modest
(1 Girls' Eton Dresses
' Two models, Navy, Serge.
i Quite as appropriate for street wear as a
Suit are these little Dresses; Both are of
fine French Sere. One has a Foulard
Waist, dainty with frills, and accordion
pleated skirt. The other has a pongee
Waist, box-pleated skirt. Sizes n to 16
Smart, three-quarter length Coats of
navy French Serge or of Covert Cloth,
silk lined. Also a full-length Covert Coat,
half silk lined. Sizes 6 to 16 years.
Sizes to 18 years;
,FFERING of exceptional in
terest to the young woman
in quest 01 smart bpnng
Top Coats, street or sports Suits,
of good style yet moderately priced.
Natural color, soft, excellent quality
Polo Cloth, silk lined throughout. Three
quarter length, raglan shoulders, cross
strap belt, smart patch pockets. A
spruce, good looking coat for a young
girl, at this unusually low piicc.
Tiicotine, Serge and Tweeds, a choice
of several attractive mddelt in these
desirable materials, thoroughly well cut
in jaunty youthful lines, and hand
somely tailored, with coats silk lined
throughout. Town Suits and Suits for
None C. O. D. No Approvals
Spring Outfits for
the Very Little tots
TINY boys and girls will like
these simple, sunshade shapes,
mushrooms or sailors, in navy,
brown or black, with , bands and
streamers of Faille or velvet ribbon;
and mother will find them good
values at the price.
$8.95 and $10.95
We have been taking account of
stock in the Infants' Department
and rounding up the odd sizes and
broken lots of little Coats. If you
can find among them the size you
wish, the price will assuredly suit
you. Most of the Coats are Serges,
but a wide range of materials and
styles are among them.
Broken sizes, various materials.
For Misses and Children
At Very Interesting Prices
White Canvas High Lace Shoes
8ton $6.25 u4o2 .$6.75
Gun Metal and Patent Leather Strap Pumps
8ton $4.95 iiKtoz $5.75
to II..... S5.75
ii,J4 to 2 $6.50
Patent Leather Button Shoes, Wliito Buckskin Tops
8toii $6.75 uto2 $7.25
Shoes for Boys Fourth Floor '
Tan Lace Shoes
i to 6 $6.40
8K to 1 1 $3.95
Black School Shoes
i to 6 $4.95
Little Men's Gun Metal Oxfords, 11 to 13. . . $4.50
Pumps and Slippers
Hundreds, of pairs taken from our regular
stock and reduced for immediate disposal.
All sizes to select from but not all sizes in
each style. Superior values.
Extra Values Featured ' '
$16.50 and $22.50
A comprehensive assortment that reflects the
charm of the Paris modes for early Summer.
Hats for street, sports, afternoon
or dress wear for every occasion !
Gay colors and light Summery Hats, and in the midst
of them the Black Hat, with its ever-present good taste.
Novelties in materials, with ,a charm and persuasion truly
Pnrislan--the new ana inspiring always to be found in our
extensive Millinery Department,
Misses' and Children's Hats, $5.00 to $16.0
Reduced in price for two days
Saturday and Monday
If'you have not yet ordered your engraving jor
the wedding, or are in need of new cards, this izvo-day
sale will be a splendid opportunity to get the- new
styles at prices considerably less than usual.
One hundred seven-line Announcements in
English Script on the fashionable small panelled
sheet, complete with two envelopes $17.50
Tcn-Llnc Invitation, complete, $20.00.
Full name in English
Script and ico Cards from
Address, each line, 75c.
Fifteen letters in shaded
Modified Roman and ioo
Cards from plate 4.00
Each additional letter, 20c.
Since we have our own Engraving Workshop,
we are able to give each order our individual at
tention and to assure high grade workmanship.
. Second How .