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THE 6CRAHTON TBIBUNE THURSDAY MORNINtf. NOVEMBER 19. 1896.
7 Neu)s WEST SIDE EVENTS. William Davis Shot in tbe Arm by Chris topher Anthonys-After Doing tbe Shooting He Disappeared. Christopher Anthony shot William Davis in the left arm at 8.30 o'clock last evening while the two men were quarrelling in front of their dwelling place on Keiser avenue. After the shooting Anthony Jled over the fields, taking his revolver with him. The shooting was due to a threat TnaQe by Anthony that he would shoot Davis' wife. Davis heard of the threat and last evening when Anthony left his home, which is the basement under the rooms occupied by Davis and his wife, Davis followed him to the gate. He questioned him concerning the threat made against his wife's life, and Anthony became angry. He told Davis to keep away from him or he would shoot, and as he said It he drew something from his. hip pocket. Davis thought the "something" was a hand kerchief and he made for Anthony. Then Anthony blazed away at Davis. He llred four phots, the last one enter ing Davis' left arm between the elbow and shoulder and striking the bone. Anthony disappeared, while Davis' young son walked to the West Side police station, the distance of a mile, and Informed Lieutenant Williams of the shooting. The lieutenant and Pa trolman Hurt went back, but the crowd that had collected about the scene of the excitement made the search for Anthony uneffective and tne oflicers returned. He was arrested lat er in the evetiinz back of Hyde Park shaft by Lieutenant Williams and l'a trolmnn Hart. Davis is about S3 years of age. Anthony was arrested once before for ' shooting a mau named Morgan. A DISTUnVJEU AKRESTED. Certain lawless characters who have oeen amusing themselves by disturb ing and annoying the congregation of the Hampton Street church, are likely to come to grief soon. The church re cently applied to the authorities for the appointment of two special olilcers with power to enforce order In and about the city. One Sunday evening In September, while Officer Whiting was engaged discharging his duties, he was assaulted by one, Walter O'Connor, a man about 4T years old, living on Hampton street. A warrant for his arrest was Issued but for two months O'Connor has escaped arrest. hast Tuesday night at 11 o'clock he was ap prehended by one of the night patrol men and was given a night's lodging In the West Side station house. Wed nesday he was brought before Alder man John and bound over to appear be fore the grand Jury at the next session. His bail was fixed at $M0. The church officials are determined that lawless ness of this sort shall cease in the Vicinity of the church. HELLEVl'E HAS A FIRE. The first lire in liellevue Height? Since the place was joined to the city, occurred yesterday morning at 10.I10 o'clock. It was only a trilling blaze In the smoke house connected with James' butcher shop on the corner of Acker avenue and Arehbald street, but It gave an opportunity for using the fire plugs which had never before been tapped for a fire: and It also permitted the sending in of the first alarm from box S4, corner of Corb. tt avenue and Arch bald street. Robert Roberts, son of Lewis Roberts, has the honor of send ing In the first alarm. Columbia, Franklin and Eagle companies respond ed. When the hose was attached It was found that the force of the water was very meagre. Fortunately the blaze was extinguished without the aid of the stream, WEDDINGS TONIGHT. This evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reynolds, of Hampton street, the marriage of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth, to James Ilenjamln Lewis will be solemnized. A reception will follow. Miss Elizabeth Lawrence will be mar ried this evening to Louis Elmore Hughes, of the central city, at the homo of the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Ruth Lawrence, of 331 North Hyde I'ark avenue. SURSCRIPTION DANCE. In St. David's hall this evening so ciety will have a subscription dance as an opener for the winter season. The patronesses are Mrs. L. H. Uibbs, Mrs. Charles Hurr, Mrs. George Uenore, Mrs. Clarence Shryer. Mrs. V. H. Free man, Mrs. W. E. Thayer. Rauer will furnish the music. The event has been anxiously anticipated by our young so cial element. MISCELLANEOUS CHAT. The success of the production of the cantata "Joseph", by the choir of the Jackson Street Baptist church, assist ed by well-known local soloists, again Men's, boys' and Children's Clothing Such styles and qualities are not to be found elsewhere at prices, equally low. Workmanship, fit and finish are perfect and shapss are correct. Hen's Sacks and Cutaway Frock Suits of Black Clay Worsteds, $ 10.00, $ 1 2.00, $ 1 5.00, $ 18.00, $20.00, Hen's Sack Suits in Nobby Plaid Effects and Choice Colorings. $10.00 to $20.00 Hen's Overcoats, the kind that look well and wear well Kerseys, Meltons, Chinchillas, Beavers, Etc., - $8.00 to $30.00 Boys' Double-Breasted School Suits, in all col ors, 8 to 15 year, would de cheap at $3.00. Our Price, $1.98 Child's Heavy Blue Chinchilla Reefers, with deep sailor collar and braided, - - $1.98 TtlE SAM! (iiare Dealing Ctothisn, of fb? Sdbdpbs. demonstrates that If our young singers, the Welsh in particular, would only grasp the advantage given them In a good natural voice we would have more 'Welsh talent In the amusement marts of the day. The West Side wheelmen are boom ing their benefit performance of "The Fatal Card," which will be produced at the Frothineham one week from Fri day and Saturday nights. The show is an excellent one. The makers of the programme of the entertainment to be liven this eve ning for the benefit of the blind David J. Davis, placed the name of Miss Lizzie Thomas as one of those who would par ticipate. Miss Thomas' friends wish to say that she never consented to sing at the entertainment. The annual supper ot the Hampton Street Methodist Episcopal church was given last evening and will be repeated this evening. The good things served will more than repay the outlay. MINOR NEWS NOTES. The funeral of Herbert, the 5-ycar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woodward, of 2010 l"rlce street, was privately con ducted yesterday afternoon. The Sal vation army was in charge. Interment was made in Washburn street ceme tery. William York, of Jackson street, is ill. At Robert Morris hall this evening the lodjre will hold the second of a series of winter entertainments. The bon mot of the evening will be a pa per on "Domestic and Industrial Chem istry," prepared and read by Druggist John J. Davits. A quartette, composed of I'hiliii Warren, Edwin liowen, Da vid Stevans and John Jones, will sing. At the Simpson Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow evening the ladles whose initials begin with either of thte first five letters in the alphabet will serve a chicken supper. The price to be paid for the promised feast Is 23 cents. Later in the evening ice cream and other sweets will be served. ) V. R. Williams, of South Main ave nue, has been awarded the contract for the building of a new foundry for lie Clave & Rrooks, on North Sumner ave nue. The latest and best styles. Huberts, 126 North Maine. Dr. t'. W. t'olborn, Dentist. Rooms 144 North Main avenue. West Side Business Directory. HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORIST.-Cut flowers and funeral designs a specialty; 1W South Main avenue; two doors from Jackson street. SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for anything you have to sell. Furniture, Stoves. Tools, etc. Call and see the stock of J. C. King, 701 to 709 West Lack awanna avenue. PKOVJDENCK. Last Tuesday evening William Meulr, went Into the hotel conducted by Peter Pljowlcy, pn North Main avenue, and made himself obnox ious to all present. The proprie tor attempted to remonstrate with him but the intruder struck him In the face, whereupon the proprietor became en raged and a fight ensued. During the scuflle the flchters worked their way to the sidewalk where they were ar rested by Patrolman Johler and Wil liam Eldrldge. Yesterday morning they were lined $7 and S5 respectively by Alderman Fldler. A great mass meeting of North End Christian Endeavorers will be held to morrow evening in the North Main Avenue Hnptlst church. The North End choir under the direction of Reese Watklns will be present to sing con vention songs, and Rev. Dr. Dixon, of the Penn Avenue Baptist church, will deliver an address on "Common Sense In Church Work." Dr. Dixon is a very brilliant speaker. An enjoyable time Is anticipated. There will be no admis sion fee, and the public is cordially in vited. There will be a meeting of the Inde pendent Republican club, Friday eve ning, Nov. 20, In Brown's hall, cor ner of East Market street and the Boul evard. There will be a game of basket ball this evening In Company H armory be tween the Scranton and North End teams. A good game is expected. Both teams are made up of crack players. Work was stopped about 11 o'clock yesterday morning at the Cayuga shaft owing to the breaking of the carriage rope. Mrs. Thomas May, of Arehbald, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Hawks, wife of Patrolman Hawks, of North Main avenue. The members of the Excelsior Hose company. No. 8. are requested to meet this evening at 7.30 sharp. Business of importance will be transacted. Mrs. Anthony Ruane and Mrs. Thom as Blewitt, of Plttston, have returned home after a short visit with friends in this place. The success of our want column Is due to quick returns. Try an adv. therein, Haltjri and Fnmita "ERS SOUTH SIDE NEWS. Eotertalameat (Uvea by St Mary's Qlee and Dramatic AMclitlo-Chirlei ScbeidVs Haad Injured. A dramatic entertainment, followed Dy a social, under tbe auspices of St. Mary's Glee and Dramatic association was given at tbe parochial hall last night. The place was crowded and the enjoyment was all that could be desired. The entertainment was made up of four short comedy sketches, between which the Glee club rendered several chorus es. Those who took part In the different sketches were: John J. Snyder, Frank May, William Moser, Christian Snyder, Frank Klos, Frank Schwelbeni, Frank Stelnbach, John F. Eiden. John Helllg, John Bissegger, and Joseph Flsch. aiu sic for dancing was furnished by Pro fessor Johnson. BOARD PIERCED HIS HAND. Charles Scheldle, a wheelwright em- rlovt at Conrad Pe l s wacon shoo, on Plttston avenue, was injured yester day In Hagen's planing mill, on Alder s'treet. He went from his bench to the planing mil) to have a board sawed and while he was doing the work the board caught his right hand against the beam at the end of the saw and pierced through the palm. Dr. Am maim, of Cedar avenue, attended him. SHORTER PARAGRAPHS. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Natter are home from their wedding trip. The Germania band serenaded them last ev enlncr. Patrick Munley, of Fig street, left yesiterday for New York, and sailed in the afternoon for Ireland, to be gone until spring. Mr. and Mrs. John Loten. who were married Tuesday morning at 8t. John's church, have left for Plttsbu'-g to mnk their home there. Patrick Durkln, of Plttston avenue, is confined to the house with a sprained foot received in stepping off a street car. . A Sodality reception will be held next Sunday afternoon at St. John's church. A large number of young ladles will be received. a. W. Westnfahl. of Pittston avenue, has won the sliver shaving cup in the bowling contest at the Elks' on ranK- New stock of elegant wall paper and paints at Borcher's, 713 Cedar ave. ' GKEF.N UIDUE. r The Woman's Christian Temperance union will hold its regular weekly meeting this afternoon at 2.30 In their room on Penn avenue. ' Mrs. Jackson's Sunday school class of the Baptist church will hold an en tertainment in the Woman's Christian Temperance union roomB this evening, after which ice cream will be served. A number of friends surprised Mr, atid Mrs. Francois at their home, on Monsey avenue, Tuesday evenlns. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber are cel ebrating the arrival of their seven teenth child, sixteen of whom are boys Mr. Weber is an Industrious baker, whose residence and place of business Is 1425 Penn avenue. Constable Black was at Scott town? ship yesterday. In quest of Edward Holgate, who is charged with causing the death of a St. Bernard dog, the property of George Decker. The brute and Mr. Holgate's son were romping in the barn yard when the lad twisted the dog's tall and the latter sunk his teeth in the boy s wrist. Mr. Hol gate then killed the dog with a shot gun. Mrs. Clifford, of Penn avenue, Is en tertaining her mother and sister, of Taylor. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Brown took place yesterday morning. A solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated in St. Pauls Catholic church by Kev. .1 I. Dunn, Rev. P. J. McManus. the pas tor, officiating as deacon, and Rev. M B. Donlan, of St. Mary's church, of Dunmore, as sub-deacon. The funeral was largely attended. Mrs. Brown was a woman of noble qualities and be loved by a large circle of friends. Wants In The Tribune are read by people who hire help. DUNMOKK. A special meeting of the Heptasophs will be held Friday evening, Nov. 20. All members are requested to be pres ent. Miss Mattle Hards, of Carbondale, Is the guest of Miss Inez Irey, of Bchu macker avenue. F. D. Swart has purchased a hand some new team for his delivery wag on. Mrs. Peters, of Brook street, attained her seventy-sixth birthday yesterday. In honor of this occasion a supper was tendered to a number of her friends. Mrs. Peters received many handsome presents. Miss Lizzie Wert Is the guest of friends in WIlkes-Barre. In consequence of the rumor that murderer George Van Horn had been seen In Dunmore the house of his broth er, on Tripp street, was thoroughly searched yesterday- morning in the hopes of finding some trace or clue. Nothing was discovered. Joseph Heffron and family, of South Blakely street, have removed to Oly phant, where they will make their fu ture home. Fred Plagerman is making exten sive improvements on his property on Drinker street. James Fisk, of Petersburg, has ac cepted a iiositlon with the Keystone Brewing company. Miss Mame Mexwell, of Carbondale, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward MeGlll, of Hlakely street. Mr. and Mrs. James Watson, of Mos cow, are the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. A. P. McDonough. James Walsh, of Potter street, is the guest of relatives In Parsons. The supper given last night by the Toadies' Aid society of the Dudley Street Baptist church was largely at tenriod. Miss Jane Rellly, of Dickson City, is visit ins friends in town. William Fitzslmmons, of Elmhurst, has returned home, after a short visit with friends In town. Miss Mable Blickens, of Chestnut street, is visiting relatives at Crystal Lake. Charles Brown Is convalescing at his on Green Kidge street, after a severe illness. . iMlNOOKA. The Interior of the new hall Is re ceiving the finishing touches. The St. Joseph's society will hold a special meeting this evening at the Young Men's Institute hall. A 6-slx-year-old son of Patrick Ly den, of Stafford street, died yesterday morning from diphtheria. The funeral will be held this afternoon. The roads are in a 'olorable condi tion. William Toole had his hand Injured at the Greenwood, No. 1, shaft Mon day night. . To Care a Cold in One Day. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists- refund the money if It falls to cure. 2E cents. Tribune wants are read, by the most customers. AMUSEMENTS. ' This evening Primrose and West's big minstrel company will be at the Academy ot Music. These famous minstrel entertainers have certainly introduced genuine minstrel revolution this season, and one ot such a nature as will leave a deep mark upon the future attempts in that same direction. This season the climax was reached when Primrose and West secured a combination ot whites and blacks to amalgamate their talents so as to pre sent the progress of minstrelsy, from Its blrtb to the present day, in such a shape as to provide two separate and distinct performances during the same evening. This has been accomplished with results that must be gratifying to Primrose & West as tt is delightful to all lovers ot wholesome minstrel en tertainment. Every artist of note was pressed into service and each one in dividually contributes a fair portion toward the end aimed. There are three military bands, one a pickaninny band ot unusual merit, under the leader ship of an able European conductor, all are handsomely uniformed, and their advent Is always calculated to gladden the ears of all lovers of music. Mr. Kerr, manager of the Frothlng ham, has a surprise In store for the public of Scranton tomorrow night. He has secured the International Grand Opera company, an organization of ex ceptional merit, which will be a reve lation to all lovers ot music. The dra matic prima-donna will be the beauti ful and gifted Marie Senta, an Amer ican girl of French parentage, whom Mr.' Leerburger met abroad while she was studying under the great Mar ches!. She has a brilliant, melodious and exceedingly rich voice. Myrtu French is known throughout the world as a beautiful collaratura singer. Last year while with Sousa she made an Immense hit. The other prlma-donna Is Catherine Eland. She is an Ameri can girl educated in Italy. Her voice is a pure soprano of high register and brilliant quality. The tenors of the company are Thomas McQueen and T. Evans Green. The baritones are H. Wlnfred Goff. of the Royal Covent Gar den theater, London, and Warwick Ga nor, an Australian artist. The. bassos arc Ethan Allen and Barton Wells, both Americans. The chorus Is com posed, of thirty-six of the best voices culled from the principal grand operas of New York city. Most of the chorus sung at the Metropolitan Opera house last season, and many of them have been under-studles for various prin cipals. The operas to be given are "Lucia dl Lammermoor," tomorrow eve ning; "Bohemian Girl," Saturday mat inee; "The Troubadour," Saturday eve ning. Friday and Saturday nights and Sat urday afternoon Clara WlUand's Vau deville company will be seen at the Frothlnghnm. The Wilkes-Barre Times on Tuesday had the following to say of the appearance of the company In that city: "It was not a very large audience that gathered at the Grand last evening to enjoy the high" class vaudeville furnished by the Clara Wie land company, but it was a very de lighted one. The specialties begau with a good exhibition of sleight of hand by Horace Goldln, who pleased Immense ly. Richard Pitrot's series of Imper sonations probably covered the widest range and most extensive diversity of character yet exhibited here. Pitrot's work is finished and artistic and he made a good Impression. Miss Wle land gave what the management Is pleased to term an eccentric enter tainment which included characteriza tions of international personages rolled Into a cosmopolitan concert. She has a good voice and figure. The crown ing features of the bill were the six kalosthenos studies of Zaeo, entitled: Aurora, rays of the -northern light; Grammar or Ornament, ornate pose; Birth, life and transition of the but terfly; Sorceress of Athens In Kato pric effects of lurid fire and dazzling crimson flames,, whose beautiful blend ing of delicate color was heightened by Ingenious use ot calciums from above the procenium, from the wing and from underneath the stage. The ex hibition surpassed anything of its kind seen here." A perusal of the programme for "The Fair Sex," show, which opens this af ternoon at Davis' theater, leads one to the conclusion that a treat Is In store for the patrons of Manager Davis' popular house. There is an abundance of well known ability, only a few of whom, however, have appeared here. The attraction remains until Satur day night. HIGH SCHOOL'S FIRST VICTORY. Defeated the School of thc'Locka wnnna Eleven by Two 1'oluln. The High School foot ball eleven won Its first game yesterday by defeating the eleven of the School of the Lacka wanna In a. game that was featured more by excitement than scientific playing. Two 25-minute halves were played. The Lackawanna players had the heaviest line, but what the High School boys lacked In beef they made up In dash and vim. In the first halt Clark, after a beautiful run, made a touch down for Lackawanna, but Mott failed to kick a goal, and the half closed with the score as follows: Lackawanna, 4; High School, 0. In the second half the High School eleven went at their opponents In "do or die" style, and by a series of fierce rushes finally enabled Debow to carry the ball a few Inches over the line and make a touchdown. This feat was greeted by wild enthusiasm on the part of the High School team's adherents, and when Rice kicked a goal the de monstrations of joy broke out anew. During the remainder of the half neither side scored and the game closed with the score Lackawanna. 4: High School, 6. The teams lined up as fol lows: Lackawanna. High School. Fellows..- left end Smith Cleary left tackle Hitoheoek i larn lert guard Alalia Gains center Lancstaff Royle right tackle Walsh Tllfger right end Battin Clark quarter hack ....Tewksbury Torrey lefr half back tilearv Phillips right half back Debow Mott full bark Klee Referee Thayer, t'mplre Keipel. Lines men Cummings, Schimpff. FOOT BALL NOTES. The St. Paul's foot ball eleven anil the High School team will play today in Sander's park, at 2.3i). The teama urn equally matched. The King of Pills Is Beecham'a. BEECHAM'9. , Cheapest, Because the Best GAIL BORDEN EAGLE BRAND CONDENSED MILK ...iiu uuu, imam , : iiz " ' N. Y. Condensed Milk fin I W Hudson Street, Jtew Tor I PENNYROYAL PILLS Oriel iibI Md Oil CmmIm. .mmmT Brnnd Id Kcd ad Void aeUllka Kits, trmwa mm uiae tlbwi. Tiki i other. Rffuit tUncerou wubiiitu. hint and imitation: AiDrDctiiitarMlla. In stun r 1 partleuitirt, tentlmontite and " Kouer ir i.aiv m itttr, by rttara Mail intuvu itmimoDisi. nam uer. i1il.l4.lth...lu1 1U kJ-l- am Mitouu?: 'Kayos em HATS 3MTTIJJSrERY, 413 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. VVe can't sell all the hats worn in Scranton, but we come so near doing it that you'd think ours the only millinery store in town. It is the only real millinery store, VVe buy more and sell more Millinery Goods, Trimmed Hats and Bonnets than all the other stores combined. That's one of the reasons we can, and do sell cheaper at retail than other stores can buy at wholesale. There's no reason for not being suited in a hat here; you have an immense assort ment of the very latest styles to select from. The prices are about half what other stores ask. Our trimmers are the best money can procure; every one an artist, and YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY BACK if what you buy doesn't suit you. Special Handsomer, Richer, Prettier Hats at half the price of any other store In this city. 200 Trimmed Velvet Hats every one a beauty, trimmed with from 4 to 6 ostrich plumes. Rib bon, ornaments and aigrettes could not be purchased elsewhere under Jtf.00. Our price $2.98 200 Trimmed Felt Hats trimmed in the very latest style; all finest materials; could not te duplicated anywhere under $4.00. Our price $1.98 S00 Imported Models fine silk vel vet hats, everyone a Rem of the mil liners' Bklll. not one of which could be purchased elsewhere less than $10.00 to $12.00. Our price $4.98 Hundreds of Children's Hats, all the latest and best styles. 98c., $1.25 and $1.50 413 LACKAWANNA AVE., SCRANTON. THE FROTfllNGflflM. Warner A Rels, Manager!. John L. Kerr, Acting Munagcr. WednesJay and Thursday, Nov. 18-10. Haifa Bros' Newest su Without doubt tho moat magnificent spec tacle that travels. 10(1 people. New produc tion this year. New fvaturra-the electric banjos, chasm of death, .tartling rqueetriau leau. tbe mauin mirror, anlmntal tattina. cnnon dltct-(l clown, Bpaolsu bull fight, uar uw griau palters. Nov, ao-ai, The International Opera Co. THE PROTfllNGHflH. Wagner A Rels, Lesseeeand Managers John U Kerr, Acting Manager. INTERNATIONAL OPERA CO. Grand Opera In England. Friday and .Saturday Nights ardSiturday maiince, FRIDAY -LUCIA Dl LAMMERMOOR. SATURDAY MATINEE BOHEMIAN OIRL. SATURDAY NIOHT-IL TROVATORE. Sixty People in Each Representation. Strung unorue, cracient urcneatrn. Prices aoc.! got., 7jc. end $1,00, Nov, jj, 14, ag Black Pattl's Troubadours. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. Primrose & Wesfs BIG MINSTRELS WHITES AND BLACKS. 70-PEOPLE 70 Tnclndini; OEORQE WILSON, the Prince of Comedians. PRICES-Oallery, a$c: Balcony, 50c; Or chestra Circle, 50c; Orchestra 75c; Parlor Chairs, $1.00. ACADEMY OP MUSIC, Friday and Saturday Nights Unu 30 and Saturday Matinee HUT. ai Clara Wieland's Yandeville Co, Of selected artists, direct from Konter & Dial's Sew York .Music Hall, headed hy the great uml only In lior spectacular dances. PRICES-Oallery, ic; Balcony, fa rows) 3c; Balance, ajc; Orchestra Circle, 50c; Orchestra and Parlor Chairs, 75c. Matinee Prices-Entire First Floor, 35c.; Entire Bal cony, age DAVIS' THEATER Thursday, Friday and Siturday, NiTembar 19, 20, 21, THE FAIR SEXBURLESQUE CO L0WR1Y MO FRBKCIS, In a Scientific Contest, OrsatMt of any . Lady and Oentleman in America. Flossie Hughes, America's Greatest Dancer; Marlon and Pearl, Blackface Knockabouts; Campbell and Caufletd, Iroland's Kinga: The Browning!, a Boucto of Nonsense; Zanlretta, America's Greatest Clown; Claries Pasque. lens. Europe's Wonderful Dancer. TWO CREAT BURLESQUES. Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cent). Two performances dally. Doors open at LN and T. CurUln rises at 1M and 111 ZAEO TRIMMED MM Bargains This Week: Intrlmmed Felt Hats All the latest shapes in English Wool Felt Hats. Elsewhere 60c.; here at 29c All the latest shares In Camel's Hair and velvet bound Felt Hats. Else w her 70c.; here at 39c Fine French Fur Felt Hats, in new shapes; sold elsewhere at $1.50, here at 75c Some new shapes, exclusive styles, not to be found in any other store, worth $2.00; here at.. 98c Trimmed Walking Hats and Sailors, sold regularly at $1.25 and $1.50, here at 48c Children's Felt Tarns newest shapes, every color, finest quality; worth $1.00, here at 50c Ribbons The greatest rale of Ribbons we have ever had. 5.000 yards change able Taffeta Ribbon in all the GERSOM'S 2,000,000 BARRELS Made and Sold In Six Months, ending Harch 1, 1896; Total Product of The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels, Largest Run on Record. 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