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f Ose Our Store as a Ihoffvushfare from Market to Kins Street. Children's . Fur Sets Barnett's price, $1.2 5 7 Cc and $1.50, Our price * ** Ladies' Furs ms*w m Barnett's price, up to $3.00, Our price 98c 9 r fj as An Interesting lot of handsome furs, selected skins, beautifully shaped and richly blended. You'll not have another opportunity soon 1 to buy furs at this low price. .■* Every child will appreciate these beautiful fur sets. Here la an opportunity to obtain real tine furs for the little folks at one half the regular price. 5g3§ V. - r.r nr? * hums wasmzs&i SAVE OUR COUPONS, THEY'RE WORIH D PER CENT. .1 Entire Stock of H. Barnett & Co Reading, Pa., On Sale •f arranged on tables; this event have been under way for several weeks. For the convenience of shoppers everything has been Preparations for nBKi HH plainly marked, and In many Instances the ligures represent one-half the original price. Wo exited one of «he most stirring periods of this store s exlst ence—and the character of the goods—coupled »1th the remarkable values—should and will send a wave of shopping enthusiasm ail over the city. We reget that space will not permit us to go Into details about this stock-for It's surely above crltclsm. 80 come prepared to save—and you won't bo dis appointed. New Items will be added dally. Men's Extra Heavy Fleeced Underwear, Barnett's Price 50c Our Price 29c Children's Plaid and Fancy Coats Barnett's Price, $2A9 to $5A9 Our Price 98c In a beautiful shade of fan. Shirts or drawers. Just right for com fort. and they'll give you lots of service, too. These will go quickly at this price, so It would be wisdom on your part to get a supply while they last. These Coats are from the best makers; perfect will be pleased with. Sizes 6 to 14 years. fitting, well made garments, that your children Give ua the opportunity, we will lit them out to look as stylish as the best dressed child you'll meet anywhere. I 1 —King Street. Men's All-Wool Sweaters Barnett's Price, $2.50 Boy's Cray Coat Sweaters Barnett's Price, 50c Ladies' Long Black Coats. Barnett's <t/ä QjQ Price, $8 and $10. Our price J)"O Our 98c Our 33c Price The lucky woman who secures one of these elegantly tailored coats Models , that have reveled In Price tomorrow will have a rare bargain, Indeed! the weaves of popularity during the winter season. This cold, snappy weather tells you to buy a warm Sweater. These are positively the best values you'll find anywhere for the price. In gray or white. boy who hasn't one already I will welcome this chance. I comfortably fitting and warm. • boy should have one—and they will I If price Is any consloeratlon. Ever> They're Every Ladies' Long Black Directoire Coats Barnett's price, $12 and $15. Our price 7.49 Ladies' Pretty Muslin Gowns Barnett's Price, 50c i Dainty Corset Covers, Barnett's Price, 25c Trimmed with »Ilk. Stylishly tailored; All satin lined throughout, good material. Save on these. Our 33c Our 17c Men's Working Shirts. Barnett's Price, 50c. Our Price 29c Price Price All embroidery trimmed. Such op portunities to save are appreciated ay all women. These should prove of special Interest. Every woman should appreciate the advantages of buying these fine, care fully msde Corset Covers at a sav ing. All lace trimmed. Well-made Shirts that fit comfortably and will Mostly dark colors, giv c you good service. Infants' Vests, Pure Wool. Barnett's price 25c and 50c, Our price Ladies' and Misses' Suits were $12 and $15, Our Price, . . Ladies' Suits Were $10, Our Price e $5.00 15c ] $7.49 Stylishly made suits. Just what you've l>een m wanting. Our suit sale last week met wllh suih generous response that we've prepared another for tomorrow with greater values than over. Hutton front. Warm underwear for the baby. These »'ill please you. for they're marked at half nnd less than original »»rice. Wo ve taken All new styles, choice materials, the shortest route io « quick clearance and cut the prece unsparingly. Sizes, 1 to 3 years. Fine Voile Skirts. Barnett sold as High as $10. Our price . $3.98 Ladies' Panama Skirts. Barnett's price, $3.98. Our Price . $2.19 Made of good quality, tough, wiry Voile. Some very pretty ones here that should bring the buyers In a hurry. Just 37 women »-III get these Skirts. Just 60 of these. Mostly all colors. In black, blue or brown. Stylishly tailored and web made. Skirts jtau'll be proud to own. II Men's Natural Wool Hose Barnett's 15c Grade Our Price In gray only. All sizes. Men who want serviceable Hose of good quality would do wcjl by selecting these. Ladies' Silk-Like Hose Ladies' Summer Vests, Barnett's 25c kind. Our price 10c 25c Quality 9c Our 15c Price Very good quality. At this price you can afford to buy for future In *11 color*, including black. Here's a chance to supply your hosiery needs at a considerable saving. All sizes. You'll pay more Inter for the same kind. needs. Children's Hose. Barnett's Price, 10c to 12 1-2c Lawn Waists. Barnett's Price, $1.00. All Sizes j Fur Sets. Barnett's Price, $10 and $15 Table Full of Ladies' and Children's Shoes Our 5c Our 59c Our $5 59c Price Price Price Sizes 6 to 7 only. 'Tls seldom there | comes such an opportunity of buying || good tfuallty Hose for the children |! at such little prices. Will you profit j be lots of wintry weather yet and it I,y ne I will pay you to get them. Nearly any kind you »'ant; of good materials, and from appearances they look as If you'd get lots of out of them. Worth up to $1.25 at only . Scarfs and muffs—Just a few sets In squirrel, wolf, lynx. etc. There'll Nicely trimmed waists. In the daintiest of lawn. All pretty models that are sure to meet with favor. Bettor supply your waist needs now. ear 59c I I i I BILLS DELUGE LEGISLATURE I Alter some discussion the House passed Representative Ginn'» bill establishing the liquid quart as the standard me.sur. for milk and cream In the Stale. Repre eentatlves Gmbh. Janvier. Hazel and 13 rock son advocated the bill, and Repre The House passed Representative Jan vler-s bill to abolish duplicate assess ment lists In New Castle county. j Some Bills Pasted. . The bill of Senator Monaghan to give the Street and Sewer directors of W.l mlngton authority to permit more than s^ssu-rr^tï s public wharf was reported favcwhly In ; Continued From First Page. •lions, on* dollar of which to be paid to! each prolhonotary. $10. rieutatlvc Connelly spoke against It. I WEEK'S END Combination n_i A 5c Cigar o3IC 10 for 25c All-day Saturday. Sala Unlimited. FELL'S DRIG STORE. Opposite Postofflce, Ninth and Orange Sts. SNELLENBURG« u BRIGHTER MEN'S STORE kJ Firs! Showing ol Stetson Hals, $3.50, $5. Firsl Showing of Imperial Hats, $3.00. Firs! Showing of Headform Hats, $2.00. Spring Ideas S N 1ÏÏJÏÏ G S ♦ the Senate, with a minority report un- | favorable. The House bill providing for a closed season for muskrats In Kent and Sussex counties from March 20 to December 1. ex cept when the muskrats might be destroy, ing banks of streams, was passed by the House. The House passed the Senate bills in relation to graded schools, to provide wills of Kent county and for the relief of the Felton school districts. 1*. j. me , r Mahafty. of Wilmington i„ 1-elmlf of the state Board of Agrlcul mr« and a delegation of veterinarian», explained in the House the bill of Repre tentative Bradford to create the Ktate .Sanitary Live Stock Board and the of «ce of State Veterinarian. The bill Is still ,n committee !• aclory Inspector Ellison, of Wllmlng- ; ton. was here In the Interest of amend-: Chlld L * b ° r bm r< ' gulr * S^tei XT htî Z factories Ä a new seal for the office of register of By Mr. Bradford, for the establishment, maintenance, discipline and regulation of the naval miltla of Delaware. By Mr. Hazel In relation to the erty of religious societies. By Mr. Hasel, to amend the charter of Dover. By Mr. Hazel, to amend the act eslab. Ilshlng and maintaining free public II. brarles. prep . By Mr. Connelly, to amend the act vldlng public parks In Wilmington. By Mr. Alnscow to require abutting Property owners to pay two-thirds of the cost of paving In front of their properties In Wilmington. By Mr. Soper, to appropriate $3000 noally for two years'to Delaware College. pro* an* of Murderklll river, Initiative and Referendum. By Mr. Soper, to appropriate $17,600 to I erect a barn on Delaware College farm. By Mr. Soper, to protect fish In a prong By Mr. Soper, to authorize the submls. slon to the people of this State of ques tions of public policy. By Mr. Bradford, providing a clerk for of ' c< ' of t,ie adlit tant- general. . By Mr Bradford. for the relief of the H ° m8 MI,,,lon ' -—-'""""V"* ~ ~ ——————— . _ A „ II it \ fl fl Q 11 fî ÎH 11 A 1*11 IX. II11 il 11111111101 11 Mothers will he intereste 1 , . , ' ' ^ lln * ° f Embrotdo ICS and Laces has been augmented bv a sccond shipmcnt of ^ terns and most reasonable prices. In White Goods for dressing! baby. we have French and lish Nainsooks, Mercerized Ba ticte USIC * Lawns and Loilgclotll. __ India Linens, Persian Anna Hanthorn 617 flarket St. D. & A. Phone 1284a county. By Mr. Bradford, supplement to the act in relation to peddlers In New Castle By. Mr. Grubb, to appropriate $1500 to the New Castle county fair. By Mr. Grubb, to Incorporate the town of Hlllcrest. By Mr. Bradford, to lax wholesale liquor *12"? £* * "* tb f n ^actu,-e and "•* ** Ux "' K rs. prov ng fees for the 11 nlle "* the Stiw V««fl , 0 ^ tax Uon ' 'Y Ha "' " censlng llq " or *' ,ax,n * whole ; liquors, taxing expwss'companla,.*" re latlon to the leasing and providing fm a »urvey of the oyster bed, of the State, 11 censing clubs that dispense liquors, tax log companies engaged In the production , steam * * as or electricity for power, ,, ~' erK ln MU^Tb^ lion. By Mr 1)onoh o- providing a crew *or 'reS^U'"« ,he leasing of oyster grounds, creating a commission to resurvey the oyster grounds of Delaware Bay. By Mr. Williamson, to tax certain cor poratlons. By Mr. Spruance, act releasing certain building restrictions on a lot of land on Red Oak Road, Wilmington. By Mr. Connelly, act providing for th« additional inspector of meats for the city of Wilmington. By Mr. Lafferty. authorising the State # By Mr. Jester. Imposing a State tax of two dollars on manufacturers and ven-1 dors of post canjp. Librarian to make a catalogue of the book* In the State library. By Mr. Marsh, preventing all persons COBY The New Daylight Department Store 224-226 MARKET STREET WE GIVE GREEN TRADING STAMPS. Saturday Night at 10.30 o'clock. Store Closes Daily at 6 o'clock. Tremendous Price-Cuts on Women's Winter Suits Final Clearance Sale of all our Women's and Misses high grade Tailored Suits, a clearance of this kind has never been known in this city, all seasonable, up-to-date garments for pres ent wear, and can be worn for months to come, at half the regu lar prices. Our rule is not to carry a single garment over, come and judge for yourself. Suits that have been selling from $12.98 to $40.00, marked now at. $7.50, $10, $12.50, $15 and $20 See Our GsrgBOiis Window Display of Women's New Spring Suits & Skirls A Sale of Women's Long Goats Women's Coats, 50 to 54 inches long, made of fine all-wool Kersey, Broadcloth and Imported Caracul Cloth, in Black and Col ors. in the very latest Empire semi-fitting style, some plain, others again trimmed with silk braids and velvets, all lined with fine Belding or Skinner Satin. Coats that we sold from $10.98 to $vi.oo, reduced now at $6.98, $8.50, $10, $12.50 and $17.50 1 Our Big Mid-Winter Clean-Up Sale With its offering of thousands of the biggest, brightest and best bargains ever offered the shoppers of Wilmington and vicinity. Begins Tuesday Morning, February 23d Watch Monday's evening papers for full particulars. A Sale of Corsets Corsets of fine French Coutille, a new Spring Model, a very well-known brand, extra well boned, with four heavy Gar ters attached, value $1.00, at... Corsets, all the best makes, a model for every figure. R. & G., W. B. and Nemo, in all shapes and lengths .sizes 18 to 36 inches. Special at 76c, $1.00 and up to $4.00 $2.00 Coat Sweaters at $1.00 50e Gents' and Ladies' all-wool hand knit Coat Sweat ers, in white and grey, with pockety, value $2.00, at. Boys' and Girls' wool hand knit Coat Sweaters, in plain ^r grey and combinations, sizes 24 to 34. value $1.25. at. f 0® 1.00 $2.00 New Lingerie Waists ai $ 1.00 White Lingerie Waists, made in beautiful new effects and handsomely trimmed with fin^ Val. Laces, Embroideries, Me dallions and Tucks, lace trimmed high collars and sleeves, reguar $2.00 quality at.. $1 Women's Tailor-made Skirts, made of fine striped Chiffon Panama or Manchester Panama, three new Spring models, bcanti „ $5.00 Tailored Skirts at $3.00 fully tailored and trimmed, the best $5 Skirt ever shown in this town. Special at . $3 from catching black bass In Wagamon's | Pond and adjacent streams, either by hook and line or by seine, fpf-a p* eighteen mouille. By Mr. Rawlins, authorizing the fllvl-1 slon of public records to have copy made of Will Book No. 1 In me office of register of wills of Sussex county. -jv Mr. Bryan, an act abolishing the fee system of paying the State treasurer for services, giving him a fixed salary and providing for clerical assistance; an act to Increase shell tax In Broad preek bun- j dred for the improvement of public roads riod of system by making a favor of uniting and consolidating dis- | tr!cts ! ' ufflcle,u for untin * ° r c0n » o,1<1 " U "* instead of a two-thirds vote; an ac au ,horlzlnK the COUnty BCh °°' comm,Sf,OD * I to alter, divide, school district, for colored people. Notices In the Senate, Amon « ,he bll '* *' Ve " """f*,",' '".'.T,* : Senate In addition to those already print e<» are the following: By Mr. Connor, to amend and re-enact | the oyster laws. By Mr sparks. In relation to-local op |• I Sastle county workhouse, election hr»» 1 "L"? L f f t dln n fng e c«ui»i eîiînwand prö , " ,cal yea) ' sha ' . be * ' , . barters, amending th . • vldlng for a public service corporation. . By Mr - Monaghan, to protect hunting | \ accounts of the In said hundred, By Mr. Townsend, act concerning the | establishment of a general free school majority vote in unite consolidate or ■ dogs. By Mr. Dutlon. in relation to Sussex j public schools. election law , county, amendment,, good roods. State Board of Health, providing an auditor to audit the Sussex county Levy i Court. By Mr. Monaghan, ip relation to public | g C i,ool8. Justices of the peace, amending the general incorporation law. to regulate certal „ rorpoiatlons. The Boston Cloak Store Wind-up Sale on All Our Winter Qoods OJvls and Ends in Suits, Coats, Skirts, Furs and Waists, all reduced Greatly in Price. . A visit to our store will convince you better than we can explain to yon in the columns of the newspaper. COATS in mixed colors and black, former price $8.00 to $Jo.oo, reduced to .$2.98 Others that sold from $12.00 to $18.00 and $22.00, re duced to .... COATS, in brown, blue and black, all-wool Ker seys. reduced to.. .$4.98, $6.98, $7.98, $9.98 $4-98 FURS, in Scarfs, reduced to 49c, 98c, $1.98. $2.98 and $3.98 CHILDREN'S COATS, plain and mixtures, former-price $3. So. reduced to. Others at $1.98, $2.98: were $4.50 and $6.50. SUITS that were $14.98, now. SUITS that were $18.00, now. Others at $9.98. $12.98, that were just double this price. $1.49 $7.98 $8.98 SUITS! SUITS! SUITS! We are confident that those who bought Suits here dur ing this great Reduction Sale will cheerfully recommend The Boston Cloak Store and its service. One lady, after being fitted a day or two ago, went to special pains to thank ns ami added that it was the most satisfactory fit she ever had. And she merely repeated what numerous others have told ns. We know that we can give you the best fit of any store in town, and we take pleasure always in proving it. We do the fitting ourselves and guarantee every fit Jo be perfect. Long ex perience enables us to do this. 424 Market St 5 Wilmington Boston Cloak Store - JAS. T MULLIN & SONS « o L,u»«o*e«, i«0t »* «iMIiW'' U| Boys' Clothes At bargain prices; School Suits- In sizes 8 to 16. at $1.50 to $3; that were $3 to $6. Dress Ruits with Knicker trousers, at $2.25 to $6. 1-4 off Heavy Reef ers, Overcoats and Trou sers. New Spring Suits for Boys are coming Ik and ready, $4 to $10 with Straight and Knicker Trou sers. sizes 7 to 17. 1-4 oft Boys' Long Trousers Suits, Overcoats and Trousers. New styles In to-day in Men's $9 Suits and In $11.25 Stout Sizes. Jas. T. Mullh* Sons, 6th and Market ___ _ Q.OLD PLATED ENAMELED . Handy Pins, in cases. Four !» r f ° nes or S1 * s ™ 11 on «' including case, for 50c. C. F. RUDOLPH, MARKET AND FOURTH STREBTi. HILL'S TWO DOLLAR HATS The Talk of the Town HjLUS^JIo^^as^ightJ^treet COMMITTEES AND DtPUTIES Jr. O. U. A. M. State Councillor An nounces His Assistants For the Year. State Counsellor W. R. Mowbray, of the Junior Order of the United American Me chanics, has appointed the following committees and deputy counsellor to serve for the ensuing year. Committee on law, J. O. Brown. 31; T. E. White. 24; W. W. Hynson, 26. Finance—Harvey Hoffecker, 29; Frank Siegrist, 1; George F. Lang. 5. Credentials—E. C. Lodge. 14; H. O. Rig gin. 19; O. E. Wiley, 21. Judiciary—D. H. Knotts, 16: J. H. Han na. 1; I E. Hitchens. 19. The deputy counsellors from New Cas tle county are; Deputy counsellor-at large. W. D. Stoops, 5; Wilmington: H. J. Hothrock. 25. New Castle; W. T. Pierce, 2. Middletown; W. H. Emerson, 9, Wil mington; W. O. Jones. 29, Wilmington. From Kent county the deputies are: Deputy-at-large, W. T. Moore, 4. Bar rington; W. H. Patterson, L. Carrow, S3. Camden: J. H. Wheatley, 31, Lebanon; J. M. Ford, 23. Cheswold. Deputy counsellors from Sussex county are; Deputy-at-large, T. W. Johnston, 14. ].ewes. F. B. Carey, 16. Milton; Clemence Sturgis. 6. Delmar: G. R. Merwlck, 13, Georgetown; I. J. Brasure. 41, Selby: W. A. Low, 20, Hoxanna, and A. H. Riggln, 21, Scaford. Frederica; J, Accidents Follow Him. I Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL GEORGETOWN, Feh. 19.—For the second time within three weeks, Ed a on M. & v. Railroad has met with an ac Indent. Last night a tie dropped upon his hand and almost mashed three fln j gers off while three weeks ago he j badly washed his foot by dropping a >( rail upon it.