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DEATH OP EMMA MAY RODS. The People's Paper. lei Mexico Has tit Finest Climate line World FIRST OF Sacred and Secular Music, At the Casino, Hot Springs, July 19th, 1896. ADMISSION, 35a. Soloists: Miss Hattle Knickerbocker, Prof. J. P. Nielsen, Prof. A. J. Sodrinff, Mr. J. J. Cluxton. Train leaves Lai Vegas at 8 o'clock p. m RturilDK leavea bot springs ut6:30 p. m. Ttokets for sale at Murphey' drag store, west side; Sobaefer's drug store, east tide. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1896. METROPOLIS MISCELLANY. J, Blehl, leading undertaker. B3tf Macbeth Water cures stomach troubles. 2Ldtt The New Brunswick restaurant for an appetizing meal. 106-tf A sorrel mule patiently awaits an owner at the city pound. A canvasser for rubber stamps is abroad la the city, to-day. Robert Hay ward took tbe third degree t the K. of P. lodge last night. Tbe many friends, in this city, of Miss Emms May Robb, were greatly grieved to learn, this morning, tbat at 1 a. m. she bad passed over tbe river, to join the great majority, on tbe other side. Three years ago, Mias ltobb, accompanied by her three most devoted and faithful liro.liers, came to tbls "City In searob of health, being at tbat tloi a confirmed In valid, aa the result of an uousually severe at'ack of la grippe; and while the climate of New Mexico was able to prolong her lite for three years, tbe endoould not be avoid ed. The very best medical skill was sc oured, and tbe affectionate attention of her brotners was phenomenal; yet the end came, and tbe Invalid's obalr Is now vacant. . Miss Robb, formerly of Jackson, Mis s iurl, was born tbe 21th of November, 1868, being tho only daughter of Dr. J. 8. and Eliza O. Robb. Sue was an earnest, cjn sis:ent member of tbe Presbyterian oburcb and waa Leloved by all who knew ber for her conacientioua, Cbriatlao Hie. Miss Robb waa educated lo a girls' school la Tennessee, She waa a devoted, loving sistsr and tbe for? bother wbo moi'ri ber death, feel tbeir losa to be Irreparable, A little niece of nine years, Addle May Robb, loses a mother's care, tbe aunt bav log reared ber and cared tor ber since ber babyhood. Miss Robb bad a peculiarly sweet and attractive disposition, which drew to her all whose acquaintance she made, while tbe more Intimately she was known, tbe more dearly was she loved. The brothers, wbo are Inconsolable over tbeir loss, have tbe sympathy of the entire community The funeral will take place from the family residence, No. 613 Fourth street, at 2 o'clock p. m., to-morrow. Rev. Norman Skinner officiating. The public are in vited to attend. Mrs. Jos. Soott baa rented the Malboeuf tone bouse near the roller mills. Judge Thomas Smith writes tbat be will reacb Las Vegas on next Tuesday evening. Frank Oakley will move his paint shop t the Fetterman building, opposite this office. Dame Rumor bos it tbat Aniceto C. Ateyt a has lately been married, down at Socorro. - These Fridays come quickly enough to the condemned prisoners behind the bars of the county jail. Felipe Montoya has begun to throw dirt for a aew adobe residence, in proximity to Mrs, Arthur Morrison's. Prof. Sodring's solo at tbe concert, next Sunday, will be Cowen's beautiful ro Bacce, "La Suppliante." The directors of tha borne building and loan association bave called a meeting of tbeir Lumber for this evening. Tjb deep-rooted, obstinate alfalfa In Lincoln park Is being given another rough plowing, by tbe city authorities. Vleuxtemps' "Transcription of St. Pat- rck'sDey," by Prof. N. P. Nielsen, nt: unday afternoon at the bot springs. Put a few dollars with tbe Columbl Building and Loan Association. Absolute seourity and satisfactory profits. 211-tf Tbe ignition of alcohol in a lamp, from which Eva Abramowsky was emptying the da igerous fliii, came near causing a con flagration, last night. Tbe $400 diamond bracelet will be raffled, Sunday at 1 o'clock, at tbe effloe of tbe j Plaza hotel. 2l- A. Weil sports a new sign at his place of business, on Bridge street. TRACK AND TRAIN. Tbe address- of Col. C. H. Gildersleeve, formerly of Santa Fe and a former chair man of tbe Territorial democratlo commit tee, is now Andover, Mas. A decidedly panicky feeling is said to have prevailed on I he Boston aodNe.7 York exchanges, yesterday. And It's only the beginning of the end. Mesdames A. A. Jones, L. C. Fort and W. B. Bunker were members of a picnic party, who visited a canon above tbe bot springs, to-day. Rained, of course. A meeting of tbe Raton Coal and Coke company, o which Frank Springer, of this city, is president, and Ralph E. Twitch ell, director, will be held at Raton, next Monday. 1 bat the plaza is being made a dumping ground for refuse matter is regretted by the business community across the river, and some action should be taken to stop tbe deal. At the Sunday afternoon popular con cert, next Sunday, at tbe Casino, hot springs, MIbs Ilattie Knickerbocker will render Dudley Buck's "My Redeemer and My Lord." Tbe Christian Brothers' entertainment and ball in the Lujan building, down on Railroad avenue, last evening, was quite well attended and an enjoyable affair throughout. People residing across the river, wishing to attend tbe concert at tbe casino, next Sunday afternoon, can secure tickets to tbe springs and return at tbe Murphey-Yan Petten drug store, over there. ; E. W. Pierce, the absconding attorney, over whose head grave indiotments are banging, was seen in Kansas, the other day. It would seem to be a matter of time, only, until be Is caught and caged. Jose L. Martinez, the regular janitor for the district court, has purchased a bouse In which to live, move and bave a being, and is building an addition to it, In order to better accommodate himself and tbe loved ones at borne. L. Stradling, the Trenton, N. J., yonng man, who was apprehended for catching fish out of season, and let off easily. Is said to bave neglected to square himself witb indulgent creditors before leaving these parts for tbe effete east. v Ed McVeigh, C. W. Daniel, Felipe San doval, Fred Guy, B. Abeytia. Frank Bar ney, Ed McWenie, 'Frank Lucero, Wm. Bernard, Jim Cook and Daniel Ortega, leave for Mora, to-morrow evening, about 8 o'clock, to play ball on Sunday, over there. Mrs. A. E. Brasbears, ot Post Oak, Jack county, Texas, writes to tbe newspapers, asking information of her son, J, O. Bra sbears, sometimes called Joe Bush. When last heard of, be was trail boss, with a herd ot Ed Hern'a cattle, on tbe trail to Amarlllo. Bis mother is old, blind and without money, Fireman Scudder bas been bed-fn.t since last Monday Engineer Donnelly has Invested In a life insurance policy, Brakemah Dwyer bas again returned to bis duties on tbe road. E. G. Langston has resigned bis position a? brakeman, on tbe Atoblson. S. S. Jones and C. L. Emerson are their way to Chicago, on a vacation. J. R. Sweeney leaves for his annual visit to bis home in Cincinnati, to-morrow Chas. M. Taylor, division master me chanlc, came down from bis Raton head quarters, last evening. L. H. Lozier and family, be conneoted witb the Mexican Central, were south bound passengers, last evening. D. W. Bethel, night operator at Las Ve gas for the past month or so, is now band- ling tbe night trick, down at Rinoon Joseph Fletcher, chief mine Inspector fcr the Atchison company, went south, last evening, with Madrid as bis destination. Engineer 3. H. Keating bas been on the sick list for some days, op at Raton. He has been suffering from stomach trouble. Fireman George Seelover, off the Glorieta mountain rnn, is now firing tbe 436, Fire man Robrer going on one of tbe "bogs," 914. Heavy rains are reported on tbe A. & P., causing washouts and making east-bound trains late; also, interfering with traffic on that line. - ji. J. A. Naugle, assistant general manager of tbe Sonora line,' who has been In Denver several days past, leaves that city for Chi cago, tbis evening. Fireman Parker, wbo was hart at Wat rous, has bad bis left foot amputated, just above tbe ankle. A neat job was done at the Las Yegas hospital. Brakeman E. Robinson will relieve Con d actor H. W. Long at Cerrlilos, who, in turn, will relieve Conductor J. S. Langs. ton, who bas a thirty-days' leave of ab sence. Charles Scbrader and Ed Grider, express messengers Paso, an yore, lhecbangeis made on account of tho fruit season being at hand. Rincon Weekly. ' VV. 1). Beymer, assistant chief clerk In the auditor ot freight receipts' office of tbe Atchison, at Topeka, passed through this city, for Los Angeles, Cel., in response to a telegram announcing the serious illness of his father. Passenger Conductors ' Drury, Hays, Stevenson and Boucher now run tbe Brat section of trains 1 and 2, between Albu querque and La Junta, first in first out, and Conductors Stlmmel, Richley, Oder and Murray, the second section between the above named points, also "chain gang. " Clyde Grubbs, son of Dr. Gmbbs, of To' peka, wbo was formerly employed in tbe auditor ot freight receipts office of the Atchison, bas been promoted to tbe posi tion of chief clerk in tbe paymaster's of See of the Mexican Central railway, at tbe City of Mexico. He was formerly In tbe office of tbe superintendent of terminals at Tamplco, down in our sister republic, wane imrteeu is considered: an uo- 1 I . T 1. I . . lucKy uuuioer, it oappenea DOC long ago tbat seventeen cut quite a figure In the role of an unlucky denomination on a Pittsburg line. A certain conduotor had charge of the third section of train seven teen with engine seventeen hauling it, and ran Into the second section of seventeen at lock seventeen, and smashed seventeen cars and delayed traffic seventeen hours, ana it is said tnat tbe superintendent con cluded tbat the proper punishment was to lay tbe crew ot third section seventeen off for seventeen days. - A TIMELY CIRCULAR superintendent Avery Turner, of the middle division of tbe Atchison, years ago a passenger conductor out of Las Vegas, bas Issued tbe following circular to com pany employes, in reference to children jumping on and off engines or cars, while in motion: "Several suits have been brought for images, for injuries received bv rhll.l rnn while stealing rides on switch enirina. .ml trains in yards. Agents, yardmasters and engine foremen and engineers bave been very lax in enforcing previous instructions to prevent this practice. ' "Hereafter. 1 wish all emnlovm nnl1 when children or minors are cauirht steal. ng rides on engines or trains, have mm. employe take tbem lo the agent, and the ageni to turn mera over 10 ins proper of- oers and tile c mplnint against them, and try to require municipal authorities tn rin ineir amy. xnis is not only to protect the company, but is an act of humanity; and ir all employes will take up the matter, tborougbly and earnestly, (be practice can PERSONAL PEN CI LINOS. ' Mlai Maggie Buoher left for Kansas, Manuel 81-gura, Is lu town from Puerto oito. , Grant and Walter Long are In tbe city again, Thos. Walton returned to Mora, tbls morning. ' Mrs. Wm. Scblott left In return for ber Kansas borne. ' , Alt. Brown, of Etlcabotbtown, Is at the Central botel. . Miss Hattle Enrnes is again in the city for a few weeks. ; P. J. Towner came down from up the road, last eveniog. Mrs, Dolman and daughter have depart ed for Cleveland, Ohio. Pablo Jaramillo and wife went down to tbeir ranch, this morning, Roymundo Martinet left tor tbe Red river oountry, tbis morning. HugoSeaberg, the limb o' the law, is down from Springer again. Sheriff Hllirio Romero Is at home from his run down to El Paso, Tex. Marcelino Martinez and child left for Wagon Mound, this morning. ; s ; Mrs. W, L. Crockett is expected up from Puerto de Luna, next Monday A. C. Campbell and J. S. Humphreys ar rived from tbe north, last evening, Mrs. Skeltoo, of Dallas, Texas, Is a guest of ber sister, Mrs. Geo. H. Marshall Agapito Abeyta, sr., and brother, of Mora county, are In tbe city, to-day, Col. Marcus Brunswick is back from a business jaunt down to San Marolal Mrs. Ben V. Caldwell and children have left tbe city for Anaconda, Montana W. A. Fast,.Sedalia, Mo.; W. W. Raw lins, El Pcrvenir, are at the New Optic. Judge m.'B. Laugblin was a passenger for Santa Fe from tbe east, last evening. C. C. Hall and wife left for Albuquerque, last evening; H. L. Mabey, for Santa Fe. L. F. Churchill left for.JPuerto this morning, in company witb Lott. N. E. Peterson is down from Watrous, at which place be is erecting a number of limekilns. Delegate Tbos. B. Catron and Judge L. Bradford Prince bave returned to Santa Fe, from tbis city. J. Minium returned from Watrous, tbis afternoon, and reports a heavy, rain, up there, about the noon hour. Mrs. B. F, Gelmer bas arrived from Ari zona, being met bere by ber father, Isaiah Robinson, of Mora county. Walter J. Davis, tbe typographical art- lit, bas accepted a position at Santa Fe, and bas gone over there to fill ft. M. Herzsteio, whose brother was recent ly so foully murdered, out there, Is as the Plaza hotel from Liberty, to-day. Supt. C. n. Young, of the Wells-Fargo Express Co., ia np from Albuquerque,'' ac companied by his family, on 1 a ten days' visit. ijeanaro L,ucero, tbe L Cnesta mer chant, left for borne, to-day, with a wagon load of goods for bis cross-roads store, out there. .. Frank Qulnly, Henry and Robert Moore and Sam North left for the south, last evening, on a , protracted and extended bunting trip. ... Juen Siiva and wife, J. M. Hernandez and wife and Carlos Gabaldon and family, are back from their piscatorial trip to tbe Pecos waters. . A. E. Baker, representing tbe Western newspaper union, Wiuhlta, Kansas, oards the trade that be. will reach these parts on Monday, the 29th, Mrs. Glenny of Topeka, Kansas, accom panied by a niece, Miss Davidson, arrived from Topeka, last evening, the guests of Mrs. M. C. Drury. Mrs. Mollie Gerrard Baker is expected to arrive in this city from Wichita, Kansas, tbis evening, on a visit to ber parents, Capt. T. W. Genard and wife. F. F. Green and wife, Purcell ; W. H. Cramer, Philadelphia; Hugo Seaberg, Springer, and H. W. Wyman, Colorado Springs, are at tbe Depot hotel. The Territorial Insane Asylum. Tn OrriO does not believe tbat there Is a publio institution anywhere Id the United States tbat Is managed in a more Intelli gent or business-like manner than tho Ter ritorial asylum for the insane, which Is lo cated near this city. Witb an appropria tion each year no greater than some of the Territorial schools, It bas clothed, fed and given medical care to from fifty to sixty patients, restoring many to their normal condition of mind, and providing a home for some uofortunatea wbo can never again be blessed with the light of reason. The building now uaed is Inadequate to comfortably accommodate tbe number of patients that are now there, and each month adds to the number already being provided for.. Tbe failure of the govern ment to provide money to erect a new building Is Indeed unfortunate, and tbe party or parties responsible for tbls fail ure can not be too severely censured. It is a patriotic duty of tbe next legislature to see tbat tha appropriation for this In stitution is Inoreased, and provision should also be mad for another building, even if only a temporary structure. ' ' ' . The First Sunday Popular Conctrt. At the Casino, hot springs, next Sunday afternoon, tbe following program will be rendered: . - , . Selection "Let Me Dream Aetln," Scblepregrall Professors Soaring and Nielsen Vocal Solo "I trea-o no Foe," rinsutl air. J. J. Cluxton Violin Solo ."St. Patrick's Day," .Transcription Vleux Temps Prof. N. P. Nielsen Vo-al Solo "My Redeemer and My Lord" Dudley Buck Miss Hattle Knickerbocker Romance "La Suppliante," Cowen Prof. A. J 8-driiig. Quartette "In tbe Cross of Christ I Glory," Herbert Messrs. Etggs, Norton, Cluxton and Held. Go to G. V. Reed & Co., for your plumb ing and tin work. All work done at very con- aoo-tf. reasonable prices Try us and be Inrail i I 'I , ... MIA 1 r w rff tvt Tftr vrtr tr,? GIF X BOWLES, First-class Goods at Lowest Prices. Fancy and Staple ...Groceries. Fruits and Vegetable, Fish and Oysters.,., in Season. - Telephone 16. Sto Co., BUSINESS POINTERS. For Rent -Tbe Watrous botol will be rented and tbe botel furniture sold. ' A good opening far tbe right party. Terms and price on application to Mas. J. Callak, 211-10t Watrous, N. M, On. Way Rata. - On July IStb, 19th and 20th, will sell one-way tickets to St. Louis, $23.66; Chi cago, (31.15; Missouri river cities, $19.65. C. F. Jones, Agent. A meal of plenty, well cooked and (err ed, at the New Brunswick. 106-tf Oood Words for Macbeth Water. I bave used Macbeth water, during tbe past six months, and consider It a valuable remedy for atomacb and liver troubles, I would nse it if it cost $5, Instead ot fifteen cents per gallon. John Shank. Bicycles for Rent. f " New, standard make, '90 Model blcyoles to rent, by tbe hour, to both ladies and gentlemen. TUKO SCUUERMANN, ' 213-tf Gunsmith, Center St. Tim xpui'lfiili'ir Boot aii MAOOMIC TEMPLE. Summer Clearing Sale OI IM1VE SHOES, Now going on. Now is the chance to avail yourself of these goods as quoted: One lot Children's Kid two strap slippers, Patent tip. Tan one " very fine.. Patent leather on strap slippers. Kid " " ' " Misses' 11 Red ' Tan, high button - 1 SantaFe. -v -srv While the season is at its height NOW-- i ? Wheri you want the goods and we want you to have them. " Kid, front laoe, patent tip, square toe Ladies' Kid Oxford ties. " " Prince Alberts " " Oxford lies Tan, " " cloth top " " Prince Alberts........ ,., - ", " one strap sandals.. .. " " front lace " Kid button, patent tip ..... ; ....... , Meu'a Lace and Congress, good value sices 6 to sizes 9 to 11 " 10 to 11 . " 8 to 11 . " 9 to 10 . " 13 to 2 . " ia to 9 . " 11 to 13 . " 18 to 2 . " 13 to 2 Regular price, $1.50, " 2.00, " 2.00, 2.60, ' a.oo, " 2.25, " 2 50, " 2.00, " 2.00, 11 $0.85 1.00 , 1.85 50 1.00 .75 .50 1.25 1 50 I 23 , 1.00 1.S6 160 1.50 1.25 1.60 2.00 160 1.50 These Bargains for Cash, Only. THE MUSIC DEALER. Carries the most complete stock of music.d goods in the Territory. Mail orders promptly filled .... The Plaza, - . . , Las Vegas, GROSS, B 25c For Our" Shirt Wafsts. Not tbe kind made to sell for1 25c. but "our" 6O0. 60c 65o beauties, whicb were cheap at tbeir original prices. All the fine waists greatly reduced, too, for this sale. 19c V for "Our" Silk Zephyrs. Ton bave seen-them, maybe, the loveliest colors aod choicest designs, and now only 19o $ yard. ,. , . : All of "Our" Figured Lawns, Organdies, Dimities, Duck and Grass Linens will be offered at prices which will make you buy. n Knit Underwear for Ladies at 30c, and for Children at 25o. 25c For "Our" Swivel Silks, the prettiest shown bere tbis season. Tbey were low enough at o7',a, and are now tbe cheapest thing you ever had offered In silk 45c 55c for 'Our" French Challies, all wool, imported fabric, la those beanti ful patterns and delicate tints, tbat appeal to the artistic taste, wbile the price as strongly appeals to tbe wise buyer, wbo appreciates tbe reduction of zUo per yard from former price. The Big Bargain Counter is running over with attractions to the tbriftv ahooDer. New tbinea dailv. See I local columns. ILFELD'S, The Plaza, Casn Novelty Dry Goods Store. JULY CLEARING SALE. Jhe Efalance of Our Shirt Waists, 1 75C, $I.OO, $1.15 Qualities, to be sold at - , our clearing sale, your choice,: 43 O Cents. 2,000 yds. Challies, Lawns and Calicos at 3c yd Linen Chirhlsettes, 5C Men's Balbriggan Shirts, 2$C. . Babies' Embroidered Caps, 15c, Men's Unlaundried Shirts, 48c. Any Child's Straw Hat in Our Store, 25C. Ladies' House Wrappers, 75C and Up. Our 25c Ladies' Black Hose at IOC. Infants' Summer Vests, 5C Robert Cochran and daughter, of Kansa. Silk Striped Challies at I2$4c. - Manchester Chambrys, 8c yd. ers, now go from Silver City to El City, he a health-seeker, boarded a local Ladies' Shirt Waist Scarfs, I5C Agents for the P. N. Corsets, d do not lay over in Rlncin, as of freight for SantaFe, this morning. Thev uniy exclusive ury uooas store in me wiy. have been guests at tbe Plaza. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Cunningham and children, Mrs. A. A. Keen.of Albuquerque, and Mrs. C. C. Oise and son left this after noon, for an outing, at El Porvenlr. J. W. Zoilars, vice-president of the First national bank, is at home from Hills- boro, at which place his wife still remains at the bed side ot her sick sister, Mrs. W. S. Hopewel'. Miss Clara H. Olscn, a charming young laay attache of tbe Silver City & North. era's office at Hanover. Grant county, was a passenger for tbat place, from Chicago, last evening. Mrs. A. A. Lay ton, children, Misses Minnie and Hattie Detterick and another lady, went down to Rowe station, last night, provisions in hand, to join tha Bap tist outing party. ' " Mrs. C. H. Norton and son, Earle, family of tne depot telegraph operator, who have been visiting in northeastern Kansas, tbe past two months, arrived at home, last evening, on No. 1. passenger train. H. W. wyman, tbe erstwhile East Las Vegas Jeweler, now in business at Colore- uo opnnga, na retarnea bitber from a trip oyer to Santa Fe, where be made a purchase of curios for bis Colorado house. Prof. Tight, a member of the faoulty of Denison university at Granville, Ohio, passed through, last evening, for Booorro, on a visit to Frot. Herriok, wbo Is con nected with the same Institution of learn ing, and visits the Gem city tor health reasons. Awarded , Highest Honors World's Fair. DSX HENRY LEVY & ML Sixth Street, Opposite Postofrice. LACIU7ELL & CO. Wholesale Grocers Wool Deal ens, East Las Yegas and Albuquerque, New Mexico. GROSS, BLACK WELL & KELLY :? WOOL, ioo, 102 and 104 North Second St., St. Louis, Mo. J, L ROSENTHAL & GO. 826 & 328 Railroad Avenue. DKAXKBS IK GENERAL MERCHANDISE JRnrxolx Supplies a Soeolnli v. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Call and examine our stoc ot fore purchasing, and be convinced of our low prices, r Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. -f, CJBIVrRiklv HOTEL, MRS. R. FLINT, Prop. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations. Bates. 91 .25 per Day. Board and Boom 95 and $6 per Week. V MYERS, Agents For - LIGHTNING HAY PRESSES, Great Western Stoves Ranges, 7 v Dealers in General Hardware and Tinware, Paints, Oils, etc. Masonic Temple. " East Las Vegas. , WM. MALBOEUF Is Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods, Harness, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Groceries, WE'VE A FINE LOT OF GOODS, Purchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will give Our Customers the Advantage of this. Special Low Prices on Dress Goods. THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES. A. A. SENECAL. Manager. mm Strawberries for v: . Preserving. : ": AT STEARNS' GROCERY. Attend Our Clearing Sale.i ROSENTHAL BROS. FREE STREET CAR FARE to all west-side Customers. Our Great Money-Saving Clearing Sale ! rA nrrrn IVJ MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant- 40 Yew the Starid"arJ, Madam Goffrier, THE MASSAGE YOKDER, : Has Arrived! ' She stands ready to cure all com plaints, no matter how seriouj or Ion? standing. Give her a 'trial and be convinced. Gifts at ths Scnor Hsuss, 8,R. An: Baby Caps. Pretty Embroidered. Simply a Bargain. ' Lot i, at 19c Lot 2, at 29c Lot 3, at 39c See our child's shirred mull hats at 29c. BOYS' Wash Suits, The . lowest prices - ever quoted. Now at 33C, 49C & 69C 5c a yd. for Bleached Muslin, One of the best brands, worth Sjc. 4C a yd for a good, Heavy Unbleached fluslin, wcrth 7c oc, 36-inch wide Lonsdale Cambric, worth iac oc, Manchester Chambrays, A yard, worth 12 Jc 15c each, Ladies' White '. Kid Belts, worth 35c 24c 24c 24c LADIES' Shirt Waists That were 3OC, 40C, 5QC & 65c, Now Reduced For This Sale. Ladies' Capes, In Silk and Velvet Now at 2.99, Former price. $3.85.