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MEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1897.
3 li.ilLleOAT) MEN From tlte Keyatouo State Interesting Ser mon ut the Huward Avenue ConitreKn tlonal Chiiroh. At the Howard avenua Congregation al church yesterday morning Rev. Dr. Mutch preached, taking for his text 'The Seed is the Word of God" Luke B:ll. Dr. Mutch mentioned the soil repre sented as productive. It is not barren Rnd unfruitful, but it is occupied by all manner of wild growths, as well as by that which is good. The wild growth has never been fully subdued, and now It is growing more rapidly than the good seed. The class of people represented by this soil are very largely in the church es. They are professing Christians and have actually received something of the divine life. There has, however, been a serious defect at the outset. There was not a complete surrender. It was a partial conversion. In the evening the gospel train had charge of the service. The crew of this train is from the Pennsylvania railroad department of the Young Men's Chris tian association of Camden, N. J. These are all practical railroad men and prac tical Christian men. The crew is made up as follows: Mr. T. J. Berrian, en gineer; Mr. S. L. Jones, firemen; Mr. C. E. Prevost, brakeman; Mr. W. A. Niece, brakeman; Mr. W. S. Lord, conductor; Mrs. C. L. Dougherty, flagman; Mr. Jesse Miller, car builder; extra men, Mr. A. R. Dougherty, Mr. R. Doughty, Mr. John Wilhelm, Mr. Harry Prevost, Mr. C. J. Butler, Mr. H. L. Willard. Mr. T. A. Magee presided. There was lextra singing by the choir. The church was filled with a large congregation. 10C.1L FINANCIAL XOTISS. The past week has been a dull one for New York, New Haven and Hartford E. It. Stock, a few sales being made from 180 to 181. A round lot of the debentures sold at 140 in the early part of the week, the nom inal quotation being 130 bid and 140 Baked. Swift & Co. has had a few sales from 03 to 94, with very little stock offering. H'lie bonds have been in demand around 104. l'eck, Stow & Wilcox Co. having past the quarterly dividends May 1 and August 1, will pay 1 per cent, on November 1. New York & New Jersey Telephone Co. stock has geen In demand around 145. Clearings and balances of the New Haven banks for the week ending October 30 and for corresponding week of last year, are furnished by the secretary of the New Ha ven clearing house by days as follows: isub. isaiauces. is7. 6ct. 25. $254, 707.08 20 . 296,748.56 27 . 306,109.82 28. 276,636.07 29 . 226,159.04 30 . 255,700.88 71,022.49 76,929.20 134,137.39 67,799.41 57,884.56 74,818.35 $209,183.00 263,600.14 244.478.19 228,769.39 235.700.77 Oct Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 202,760.30 $1,676,122.05 $482,591.50 $1,384,154.08 Increase, 1897, $291,967.37. Balances wek of 1S06, $323,643.06. Increase week of 1896, $158,947.44. Clearings week of 1895, $1,977,210.39. Clearings week of 1894, $1,087,152.34. Clearings week of 1893, $1,636,915.55. Clearings week of. 1802, $1,664,391.86. Dividends sopn due are: American Tobacco Co., pref., 2 per cent., payable November 1;. books closed October Boston & Montana Mining Co., 8 per cent., payable November 20; books closed Octo ber 31. Columbus Street Railway, 1 per cent.. payable November 1; books closed October 21. Columbus Gas Co., 3 per cent., payable , November 20; books close, November 9. Colorado, Sandusky & Cleveland, pref., 8 per cent., payable November 1; books close October 21. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton pref., V Tier cent.., payable November 8; books closed October 28. Edison Electric Co., New York, 1 per rent., payable November 1; books closed Oc tober 9. Great Northern pref., 1 per cent., pay Bble November 1; books closed October 20. H. B. Claflin, 1st pref., 14 per cent., pay able November 1; books closed October 22. Jersey Central, 1 per cent, payable No vember 1; books closed October 15. Lake Erie & Western pref., l'A per cent., tayable November 15; books closed Octo er 30. National Starch, 1st pref., 2 per cent., pay Bble November 1: books closed October 22. New England Telegraph & Telephone, 1VS per cent., payable November 15; books close November 1. Norfolk & Western pref., 1 per cent., pay able November 15: books close November fl. Peck, Stow & Wilcox, 1 per cent., pay able November 1; books closed In October. Pullman Palace Car, 2 per cent., payable November 15; books close November 1. Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburgh. Vt per cent., payable November 15; books closed October 30. Rock Island, 1 per cent., payable Novem ber 1; books closed October . Rio Grande & Western pref., per cent., payable November 15; books closed Octo ber 30. St. Paul. Minnesota & Manitoba. 1 per cent., payable November 1; books closed Oc tober 15. United States Express Co., per cent., payable November 15; books close Novem ber 1. Western TTnlon Beef Co., 2 per cent., pay able November 23; books close November 12. It's a Good Thing. "How true," re marked the young roan, "is the saying, 'A fool and his money are soon part ed.' " "Yes," replied the old man, "and it's a good thing that it is true. It's about all that prevents rust from accumulating on some fortunes." Chi cago Evening Post. P i!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I FAMOUS IN FOODS and I DOMESTIC SCIENCE. I "I am having a delightful time with it (Postum) per il sonally ; had two cups of it for breakfast; and have recently I converted a musical friend who said (I will not even try f cereal coffee.' But she spent several days with me, and I I DID drink Postum, and when she went home ordered some I j for herself; It is very fine, we think. "lAEM A. IcBEIDE. "ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, MASS." Drugs are used In Imitation Food Coffee to give it a bitter or In the desperate attempts take the public money, they resort to ingredients that are harmful to the human stomach. illllllIllllllllllllllllllH!illlllllllllllH COMING WEDDINGS. Miss Ada Henderson of 1010 State street and Mr. Harry Laslett of Hart ford will bo united in marraige next Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the bride's home, by the Rev. Mr. Tip ple of the Epworth M. E. church. Miss Ada Henderson, the bride's cousin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hender son of Cottage street, and Miss Mar garet Laslett of New Haven, sister of the bridegroom, are to be bridesmaids. The bride will wear a pretty gown of wine colored silk and the maids will be in white dotted muslin, Miss Henderson wearing pink and Miss Laslett blue ribbons. The bridegroom's best man will be his brother, Mr. Fred Laslett of Hartford. Many pretty gifts have been sent, and soon after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Laslett will reside in Hartford, where they have a handsome house all furn ished, ready for their arrival. The groom is in the mason building business in Hartford. Miss Winifred May Orr, daughter of Sergeant Orr, of the Howard avenue precinct, and Mr. Frederick H.O Neu mann of Greenwich avenue, will be married by the Rev. Kastendelck Thursday at 7:30 o'clock at the Howard avenue M. E. church in the presence of a large congregation. The bride will have for her attendant Miss Mabel E. Lane, and for his best man the bride groom has chosen Mr. Ulrich Eberhardt of Newark, N. J. The ushers are Mr. Harry Eberhardt, Mr. Henry Ruesch, both of Newark; Mr. Victor Kowalew- ski of Yale '99 and Mr. Elmer H. Parmelee, both of this city. Champion will be in charge of the decoration and the w edding music will be by Mr'. Fred erick Warren, organist of the church. A reception at the bride's home, 194 Lamberton street, from 8 to 10 o'clock, will follow the service at the church. The young people will live at No. 154 Howard avenue. DEBS SPEAKS. Addresses a Large Audience at St. Aloyslus Hall. A large audience heard Eugene V. Debs, the noted labor leader and head of the Social Democracy of America, speak at St. Aloysius hall, Saturday night. He spoke for two hours and was heartily cheered. He said that the number of the unemployed in this country rea'ched Into big figures. Min ers were working for starvation wages and living under conditions that dis graced civilization. This ought to be changed. This state of things ac counted in part for the army of tramps in the land. Machinery has run men out of employment. All the organized forces of society are against the poor man. There is something out of gear. Extreme wealth and extreme poverty existed. Agitation is objected to, but how cure evils without agitation. Abolitionism was once as offensive in this country and unpopular as so cialism is to-day. The national legisla tors and the supreme court are tainted with the poison of capitalism. Evils can be rooted out, wrongs can be right ed. In Hazleton those miners were mur dered in cold blood by the very men who are slowly killing them by other means. We don't want to oust the foreigners. I don't take an extreme view. I believe things are coming out right. It is coming out through the ownership of railroads, telegraphs and all such public beneficiaries by the pub lic. And in no other way. Mr. Debs closed with a strong plea for the support by his hearers of the Social Democratic party. NEW HAVEN ORPHAN ASYLUM. Donations from September 30 to Octo ber 28, 1897. Mrs. J. D. Wheeler, for rides or other pleasures for children, $25; discount on bills, The S. M. Munson Co., $2.45; Ed gar Thomas, $1.56. H. J. Sperry, medicines for the month; Mrs. Loren Skfdmore.Newtown, through Hjalmar Heinsen, one barrel of apples; Mrs. Ferguson, two bushels of pears; Miss Grace Durham, Youths' Companions. The board of managers desires to thank the many friends of the asylum who have generously contributed in its aid, and to express grateful and appre ciative acknowledgement to the gentle men of the Donation Day association by whose efforts and enthusiasm suc cessful results have been accomplished. A list of the donations will be publish ed in detail later. In behalf of the board of managers, ELLA C. BRADLEY. Economical. Wife "The tailor said he couldn't make the gown for less than $225, so I told him to go ahead." Hus band "Why in the world didn't you consult me first?" "I didn't want to spend the carfare for two visits, dear." Life. of Postum Cereal coffee taste. All genuine packages of Postum, the absolutely pure and healthful cereal coffee, have red seals and the words "It Makes Red Blood" thereon. When boiled PULL fifteen minutes after the boil ing point is reached, it tastes like the better grades of Java. of counterfeiters tol i LIQUOR DEALERS MEET. Officers of the Local Association Elect ed Yesterday Afternoon. A meeting of the New Haven Liquor Dealers' association was held yesterday afternoon in the Elks' hall, 853 Chapel street. The two delegates from this sec. tion to the convention of the National Liquor Dealers' association, held at In dianapolis last week, were present and reported on the doings of the conven tion. The two delegates were Mr. Daw Bon of New Britain and Christopher O'Brien of Ansonla. The following officers of the local as sociation for the ensuing year were elected yesterday: President, James E. Kelleher (re-elected); vice president, Philip Winter; financial secretary, John Hogan; recording secretary, George Stanford: treasurer, William Clarkson; sergeant-at-arms, Otto Schultz. The association is now meeting in the Elks' hall, at 853 Chapel street, but when the Elks move to their new hall in the Insurance building the liquor dealers will hold their meetings in the new hall. IN TOWN HALL, WEST HAVEN. Informal Dance by the D. F. S. G. Club of the Mclntyre Store. The D. F. S. G a club of young la dles employed by Ewen Mclntyre & Co., will give an informal dance at the town hall, West Haven, Thursday eve ning, November 4. Music will be fur nished by Doolittle's orchestra. All the latest music will played, among which is a new two-step dedicated to the young ladles by one of New Haven's most noted composers. Tickets can be procured from any of the young ladies at the store. The committee is composed of the Misses Schomburg. Miss Dwyer, Miss Ruth and Miss Smith. Y. W. C. A. Those interested In the study of elo cution are invited to meet with Mrs. N. Sheppard Sargent at the Y. W. C. A., 568 Chapel street, on Monday, Novem ber 1, at 8 o'clock. There is still oppor tunity to join the dress-cutting class which meets on Thursday evenings. The commencement of the class for at tendants has been postponed to secure additional members, but will now sooji be opened. A large class In voal music was organized on Thursday evening, but double the number could be taught. This is an exceptionally fine opportuni ty for voice cultivation. JSXTHJtlAlXMliX IS. Hyperion Thoater. "A CONTENTED WOMAN." The costumes to be worn by "A Con tented Woman," the best comedy by Playwright Charles H. Hoyt, are said to be marvels of beauty. In the first act she wears a fetching gown of white muslin. Narrow blue satin ribbons from the belt and a knot of blue rib bon is worn on the pretty Valenciennes and muslin bodice. The hat is a soft corded muslin, with white ribbons and cluster of blue forget-me-nots. In the second act she wears a black velvet gown, cut decollete and trimmed with Honiton lace of priceless value. It is more than 300 years old and has been handed down from her artistocratlc an cestors. This lace is in sections and Is pinned on every night very carefully. Deep cuffs of the same reach to the elbows. On the left sleeve of puffed velvet is worn a magnificent star, and around her slender neck is worn a mag nificent string of pearls, reaching near ly to the waist. In the third act, Miss Archer wears a shell pink silk crepon, with bodice of lace and satin ribbons, made in blouse effect, with soft stock of pink satin. Over this is worn a short cape of pink velvet, lined with white chiffon ruffles. Beneath pink velvet roses, which form the collar, long pink satin ribbons fall in front to the knee. A large Gainsborough hat of pink crepe, with velvet crown, the brim topped with ostrich feathers and roses, completes a peaches and cream cos tume worth going a long distance to see. "A Contented Woman" will be given at the Hyperion this (Monday) evening. Sale of seats now open. Reg ular prices. THE RANDA ROSSA CONCERTS. Lovers of good music anticipate a treat in the Panda Rossa concerts to be given Wednesday afternoon and evening at the Hyperion. The band has a great reputation and has won many billiant successes In Europe and In New York, where they appeared last week. The programme will be as fol lows: Overture William Tell Rossini Fantasia on Garibaldi's Hymn (for Bombardino) .Sorrentino illlilllllllHIIIIillll iii!l!lliil!ll!l!l!!!li!!ili!i!!i!l!!!ll!!i!ll!I!!!:!l!:ii!ll TEAS, COFFEES i SPICES. Choicest Grades Always in Stock. Our Teas are this year's crop, new, fresh and fragrant, and the finest grades imported. We handle only the finest grades of Coffee., Inferior and worthless Coffees are never found in our stock. We buy our Coffees direct from the importers. Roasted fresh daily and ground to order. Our Spices are ground expressly for our trade and warrant ed strictly pure. Headquarters for Upton's World-famed Ceylon Teas, in original pack ages, direct from the Tea Gardens of Ceylon. GOODWIN'S TEA AND COFFEE STORE, 344 Stats Street, Yale National Bank Building, WE DO AND DO Keep the Best Heating Stoves, Cooking Ranges, Hot Air Furnaces. Every article we sell is guaranteed. HENRY H. GUERNSEY, 6 Church St. Open Every Evening. Telephone 852-3. Two Pi 1 ULLLLO. Remember and order your supplies before youuse your last sheet or enveUje and see, to it that Dorman gets your order. KOAL. am now delivering Koal in bags and carried Into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid ail dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church St., opp. Postoffice, 81 Railroad Ave. Mefistofele Boito Prologue and Romance Finale. Entrance Hymn from Tannhauser.. . , Wagner Fraeulein Marguerite von Vahsel Cavalleria Rusticana Mascagnl Pelude Slciliana and Bell Chorus. Intermezzo Romance. Duet (Santuzza and Turridu) Finale. Stars and Stripes Forever Sousa Violin Solos Ballade, Folonaise, Vleuxtemps Carlotta Stubetirauch, Carmen Bizet Prelude Haberna. Toreador's Song Air Carmen Intermezzo Act IV. Duet Finale Canzono Populare (Folk Song) Sorrentino The local Italian band will meet the Panda Rossa at the depot and escort them to the Hyperion, Wednesday morning, at 9:30 a. m., and It is rumored that several Italian societies will pa-i rade with them. Sale of seats opens Monday. Pri ces, 75c, 50c, 25. Evening, $1, 75c, 50c, 25c. SWEET INNISCARRA. "Sweet Inniscarra'," a romantic drama, pure and wholesome, will be seen at the Hyperion next Friday eve ning and will serve to introduce Mr. Chauncey Olcott to us. He Is an actor of charming methods, unlike any come dian of late years; in fact, he has an Individuality of his own and is wonder fully effective. As a singer, he stands alone, as the recognized principal bal lad singer of the time. Sale of seats opens Wednesday. Regular prices. Grand Opera Ilonxe. To-night at the Grand the Waite comedy company and grand orchestra, with a list of plays of unusual merit in Its repertoire, will be the attraction, presenting Belasco's society comedy of "The Wife" for their opening bill with a cast of people selected from some of the best stock organizations in the country. That an excellent rendering of the play will be given is but to state WE DON'T. DON'T Keep Poor Goods At Any Prices. They're unsatisfactory companions any way. TJIE O. A. DORMAN CO., Printers, Lithographers, llookbtnders and Stationer 673 Chapel Street UnrBoilertn'i Hot later , ARE Self Contained, reqniriug no brick setting. Without Gaskets or Packing, and are thus al ways tight. Have Vertical Water Ways, giving free oiroula tion. Large Direct Fire Surface, using the radiant heat of the lire. Thousands in use and all giving satisfaction. SHEAHAN & GROARK, Steam Fitters and Plumbers. ' Telephone 404-3 285 and 287 State Street. that Miss Lisle Leigh, J. Gordon Ed wards and Alexander Gaden will be seen prominently cast, and that Kate Woods-Fiske, Dorothy Kent, Ida Tav ernier, J. A. Nunn, J. F. Kelly, Gilbert Ely and J. H. Hollingshead are includ ed In the supporting company. The speejl features of the production will be its elaborate settings, electrical and calcium effects, together with the inci dental music and overtures by the con. cert orchestra. A neat line of special ties will also be introduced, as well as a series of Edison's latest moving pic. tures, between the acts; and on Tues day evening the management has ar ranged to announce the election returns from New York city. Foil's Wonderland Theater. Another great attraction is announced for Poll's Wonderland theater this week when Mile. Troja will head the bill. Troja came to this country from Paris about three years ago under contract with Koster & Bial, and during the time that she has been here she has been appearing with short intervals of absence at that famous New York mu sic hall. There have been not over a dozen or two of bills in the house dur ing that time that failed to carry the name of Mile. Troja. She ranks as a comedienne of a very high order, hav ing the peculiar Frenchy style that is so fascinating. She has a repertoire of very racy songs, too, which will be sure to make a sensatiun, even as they did when sung at Koster & Bial's. Mile Troja will make no other appearance In Connecticut during her stay in America. To support her a strong com bination of stars has been gotten to gether, including the three Powers brothers, the titzgibbons Trio, Pursey, Ashton and Conrad. Miss Nellie Burt', Professor Parker and his canine circus' Derenda and Brein, and Parkinson and Rotta. Popular prices, 10 and 20 cents ladies in the afternoon, 10 cents. Bicy. cle3 checked free at the door. EM Mi Til Will Start on Monday Novembers Trading With a Stock of Merchandise IN THIS EXPERT BUYING has made it pos state to procure from us a wonderful a ideas in European and American fab OUR OUTPUT is constantly on the THOUSANDS of people trade here thi see a marked change. It can t be sym be another cause. If our methods stagnation might exist here. OUR JU with the public, our small profit system prices are responsible for our increasln isting between us and the public Important Silk Notice The New Haven Silk Store, located in the annex, west of the Black uooas, will reveal some wonderful facts re garding what can be bought and what money can be saved by trading here. TO THOSE WHO ARE Contemplating getting married or those who visit the ballroom, we'd say here's an opportunity that seldom, oc curs. PURE SILK BROCADES . In large figures, colors such as pink, Nile, St. Beur, lavender, lemon, etc., zi inches wide, manufactured to retail at $2.00 a yard; our price while they last.. $1.00 yard The above are beautiful, fashionable and stylish. Cut in price due to the need of money by the manufacturer. THE SAME COLORS In another lot that are pure silk, 21 inches wide, and in no store can bet ter value be found under $1.25. 50 PIECES FANCY SILK. Best bargain ever given In fancies; a superb assortment of colors, pure silk, and cheap at 75c; our price while they last , 49c yard TWO DEGREES IN SATIN. Duchess, black, 24 inches wide, the dollar grade... 75c The dollar and a quarter grade $1.00 Dress Goods The advantage customers have trad ing here are style, quality, assortment (without duplicate), and our ever prom inent little prices. Take PLAIDS for instance. Where can you find such a display? Not in New Haven. Hardly think you can find better anywhere, We start. Pretty school dress plaids lOcyard A little finer grade 121-2cyard A stylish lot at 19c At 25c, 39o, 50c, 58c, 75c, $1.00. OUR OFFERINGS Are wonderfully complete and popu lar. You can save from 10 per cent to 20 per cent, by trading here. Money back if you doubt it. SOMETHING WORTH REMEM BERING. , We have a lot of camel's hair Plaids, 52 inches wide, that we sell at $1.50 a yard In New Haven the same Plaid retails at $3.00. Do you wonder our Dress Goods Department is Increasing sales every day? TWO-TONED Basket Cloth, stylish coloring, Dressy effects, worth 75c, at 58c yard Black Goods -INCH All Wool Surah Serge, always sold for 75c 59c 50-INCH English Whip Cord for suiting, worth $1.00 - 75c 52, 54, 66-INCH Pluette Serges, heavy, durable cloths, and water proof. ..If... 88c, $1.00, $1.25 Worth $1.25 to $1.75. Men's Furnishings MEN'S NORFOLK AND New Brunswick Natural Wool Un derwear, Fall fashioned, splendid quality, worth $2.00 a garment. While they last . $1.00 each Undoubtedly the best value in Am erica. ' Kid Gloves. Why pay $1.00 for a glove such as we sell at 86c a pair? They are 4-buttons and exceptionally cheap; perfect fit. LADIES' 2-CLASP Mocha Kids, fancy tuft back, worth $1.30, no better sold under $1.50. Our price $1.00 LADIES' ELECTA FLEECE Lined Cashmere Gloves, worth, 39c, at 25c Upholstery Room LACE CURTAINS. " 500 PAIRS Brussels effects, worth $3.00, at.. $1.75 pair Prints WILL SELL 2 Cases light effects at 3 3-4c yard jpercaies WILL SELL 40 Pieces 36-inch Percales, in dark ef fects, worth 12 l-2c, at 6 l-4c yard Cottons WILL SELL 5 Bales 36-inch Brown Cotton, good values at Sc. uur price 3 3-4c yard We'll sell two cases 36-inch Bleached Cotton, worth 8c, at 5 3-4cyard TABLE DAMASK. We'll sell 600 yards Bleached All Lin en Damask, the 50c quality, at , 35c yard Telephone 1035. & 0 NEVER BEFORE. EQUALLED CITY. sible for the people in this city: and ssortment of the manufacturers' latest rics. increase, necessitating larger. buying. s year that didn t last every day. we pathy that causes all this there must were not an improvement on others, ST AND EQUITABLE DEALINGS of selling and our unequalled . low g trade and the unity of friendship ex- 100 pairs Blankets, 11x4, White Wool Blankets, worth $4.50, at. $3.00 pair Silk Petticoats Taffeta Silk Petticoats, wide Spanlsli. ruffle, four rows heavy cording, well faced, velveteen edged; compare those sold elsewhere at $5.98- and $7.00. Our price .i $4.98 The above in pretty Roman Stripes only $5.50, Cloak Room Look at our prices for quality ati our assortments for your choice, whether it is a Coat, Skirt,. Waist or Mackintosh. There's no hit or miss , work here, no trash, reliable attrac tions to look upon. Are pretty con vincing reasons why new customers ' and. our steadfast ifriends are enthu siastic about our handsome line of) Jackets, Capes, Skirts and Waists. New styles arriving every day. CURLY BOUCLE JACKETS, Rliad ame, Silk lined shield and front, large collar, Winter length, also having Beaver Jackets in Black or . New, Gray, velvet edged, high collar, also fine Kersey or, Finlge or Astrakan Capes, latest cut value $6.50 -to $8.00, . any at ............ $4.95 ANOTHER BARGAIN. Heavy Astrakan Jackets, satin lined, bias broadcloth, strapped seams and pockets, a very pretty Walking Coat, worth $12.50; also Cheviot Coats In black or blue braid, trimmed fronts, properly lined, good value at , $11.75. Also Plush Capes, jet . trimmed, fine) Kersey Capes, Empire back, heavily braided and stylish hang; regular , price $12.00. Any at ., $9.50 ANOTHER CHOICE LOT! Fine Kersey Jackets of very latest cut. Taffeta or Satin lined, strapped seams and pockets, highly fitting, starched or plain Coat collars In Tans, Green, Black, Royal, also Per sian Ourl Coats, very silky, plain or strapped seams, satin lined Military loops, etc. Thoroughly tailored gar ments, worth $18.00 to $22.00 $14.75 Separate Dress Skirts Proper hang, proper materials, prop er width and properly tailored. At $1.90 All Wool Diagonals In Black and Na vy, plain Black Mohairs, figured Bril liantines, worth $3.00. At $2.98 All Wool Mixtures, ten patterns, final Black or Navy Serges, worth $5.00. At $3.98 Fancy Novelty Mixtures, 15 patterns, fine Black or Navy Storm Serges, plaid or boucle effects, worth $6.00. Children's Reefers , ' $2.48 to $15.00 Ladie3 Silk Waists i $2.98 to $15.50 Ladles' Flannel Waists 49c to $4.50 Handkerchiefs If there is such a thing as RED-HOT, Bargains, here are some; Linen Hand kerchiefs that surpass every offering ; in Handkerchiefs ever given In this city. WE MEAN just what we say. You count them, examine the cloth, and ; if they're not worth 25 per cent, more : than what you ever bought, your, ! money back. - LADIES' WHITE All linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 3 widths hem, at 9ceach This price is at least half what others . ask.' LADIES' WHITE .. ' ' . All linen Hem Stitched Handker chiefs, 3 width hem, count 1,800 linen, half what others ask, our'price.. ...... , 121-2c each LADIES' WHITE All linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 3 width hem, count 2,000 linen, oua price , 1 7c each MEN'S WHITE All linen real hemstitched, 3 width hem, count 1,400, linen, our price ; 121-2ceach MEN'S WHITE All linen real hemstitched Handker chiefs, 4 width hem, count 1,800, linen, our price 17c each Trimming Department Large assortment this season's Skins from ......... .... ... ... . 25c up BUCKLES BUTTONS, SKIRT Facings, Dress Shields, Dress Stays and all Dressmakers' Sundries, latest productions In abundant supply. FEATHER BOAS. The rage of the season, black and all colors, from 59c to $15.00 LADIES' FANCY Girdles in gilt and silver... , 50c MUSIC Rolls, latest styles........ 50c and 75c BOSTON Shopping Bags from w' 25o FANCY Bag Tops, jeweled and plain, from.... 69a.