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Lonj| Coats at Half-Price T V-i 'u 111 *VC<? on ^i,e al1 uur V i'-»i-G)lor Linen and Pongee Gaats and -<otn ( «*ats in tan*.} mixtures at hair ire regular prices. The garments are all ; length .and the Linen and Pongee numbers are especially desirable tor traveling and auto mobile wear . Sizes tor women and misses in /, 'ai I the lot. and this is how the\ are to be sold* $2.45 Long Coats now $1.24 $4.95 Long Coats now $5.90 Long Coats now UJO QC sell at . $6.90 Long Coats now $3.45 $8.90 Long Coats now 45 ^ $9.95 Long Coats now QQ v sell at . $11.95 Long Coats now QQ sell at .fDO.UO $10.90 Long Coats now 0»r 4r j sell at . $14.85 Long Coats now $7.43 $16.50 Long Coats now U?Q QET 7 sell at . $19.50 Long Coats now <2*Q sell at .V*/. I O Boys’$1.48 and $1.75 <1*1 Fancy Pants at 'P • UvJ J^F.RF S a snap for parents with bovs needing an extra pair or two of pood Pants: To day we will place on sale 200 pairs of Bovs' All-Wool Fancy Pnni-fH *| f\f\ in Knickerbocker style, cut full and made with belt loops and watch JK I fill pocket, garments that sold regularly at $1.4S and $1.75 a pair: choice... •”VT Also choice of our entire stock of Youths' and Boys* Straw Hats at half the reg ular prices*. Come as early as you can for the pick of the assortment. July Clearance Prices on Mattings and Rugs j^ AniNGS make rooms cool and comfortable during the hot weather_are the ideal floor covering for Summer ho *. iningalows, etc. Some numbers in the the July Clearance Sale at saving prices: Regular iir Matting ;sale price. >ard. 1S<* Regular .'50c Matting; sale prii-e. yard. 22o Regular .'toe Mailing; sale price, yard. 2.Yo Lot cf Imported Japanese Matting Hearth Lot of finely woven Japanese Matting Room Rugs of extra fine quality 5.1-59 QOSi» Rugs, in handsome de grade; sale pnee . »70C sign*, $.1.00 grade; sale price SI.If) Scarfs and Covers Going at 59c At T!!l rartment to-dav we offer you choice of a lot ■ f Scarfs md only nicely trimmcJ with lace, sizes MUM) 18x54 and IS\3rt inches. PI pieces that sold regularly at $1.19. n this July Clearance Sale 1m onlv,' each . Store (loses at Noon Fridas— g mi ,h" stone & 1 nomas BARBERS PICNIC Annual Out'^g of t*e Tona^ru! Art ists to Or Mr td Tomorrow at W*arhng Park. Th* fnn . il «i» na of t|i»» journ**' tr*n harh»ra i ' tm* « f*. «til h* h**.d a* • • at rvs*hr.a Park Th»imdn .,’d t« cogr.t r*f th» o«jHn* *;| »h.- i»., r»**r •* ..... •in’ll 1! i»r!iwi| 'h^ ftrrtinM »n*! m), • '*** **’ ’ l o' ,or a *T h .rad «v t » m Ira f*n* of »*#• Vattjr** of u>*. r m M o* a, -* . * , «.fi*.•#» ,rd a Mr*.. tJ itr h*r a ho « •.*, to our*,. .•«. a r*adv |» f, nM ,.w , Vd a lion *rr-.*.» d #.r » %r* ,t • ^ , St hTfM (•«% r»i*hf>* V » . r * injtjf? ♦ )>,« «• *, ,f rha* •• • . *. • , #f#‘* ‘ • SI - • ^ - ---— »h#. abovM m*»ntinn*»<| thine*, vom . an* rfdv!>*«•<! t(» h'h, out of th** eaiiv WAYS AND MEANS Committee of Board of Trade W'll Hold Weekly Sea* no Tod*/ at toe VcLjif K' ve/al n.a*’era of infrro*r «ill PH'bahl* b.. <t.«<i,»e<| at »|ie read er Mean* romm • o f 'b« Ii»<ar<1 ..f • ■ r. Hole l. .O'-brnn f* ill hetr.n at Ortniailire Id »tr«ffe4 at t -» m« r •i r < ahtrh j r«.|r .«•* in |u. one < f -.n'len il BALTIMORE LODGE K OF P TO MOVE TO EGERTER BUILDING On Monday rvonma Haltiim>r» lode*-. No K. finish's of Pythias. h<*!d ih» tr r*-K'ilnr no-*" ins in *)i*>ir r»..r,. in Mio llanrhsr bsildlre on Mark*-' s*r< «d. and • ilia' n . t ms to nmv. ihoir <| .ar'sr- from i[,,,r j,r«-(oi,t jila* >■ of no * lin*. **„• roon ■ In ifio Ksorf.-r hmldine and afisr 'I- r. s i >r no *•* re on Mon.f... • varus oyar.lhins «l | t* 'ak. n '<> 'h*'lr n- * bom** EPWORTM LEAGUE CONVENTION OPENS : nsi sv.r 'S *h.- ana s' .*11*.. r.'Ti '''. T,i or* I »•*c>o* oi . t»n*d ' . n. o, | nr... I*. a - ■ ' and a 1 't- n' *n> ’rom in . *r. I." i. -nr a* .I*.-',-- f,., 1 M -. '"■s' ni-fion' N. r-n «i...,. \| »• . Vnr* h EYERETT SCOTT TO BE MARRIED 6PEEOV YOUNGSTOWN SHORT. STOP WINS A BRIDE BY PLAYING. Knot Will Be Tied on August 13 and Affair Will Be Strictly Informal. Things are certainly coming eoft for ona Everett Scott, the clever shortstop of the Youngstown Steel men On top of his promotion to the t'.g show, which is now a question of dollars and cents between big league managers and Bill Phillips, comes the announcement that he Is I>e united in the holy bonds of wed lock with Miss flladvs Watt, of Bluff ton. Indiana, on August 19 The marriage, which will b. solemnized " ho,,,e ,,f ,hn bride-* parents, w il be the Climax of a romance which dates back to the childhood days of both. The girl |n the case learned to love the hall plaver. and Scotties good work and wide noto rtety this season has caused her fond ness to reach the breaking point, hence the announcement On August 19 the Steelmen will KO to Fort Wavne to open a three days' engagement, and Immediately after the first game Scot tie will take a hike to BlufTton. where the knot will be tied The ceremony will be witnessed by a few close friends of the contracting parties and the mem bers of the Youngstown baseball club He will reside |n the Indiana town during the winter months The sporting writer of the Intelligencer extends congratulations. DUSKY GENTS Furnish Plenty of Local Color to the Session of the Municipal Court Yesterday Morning I-oc.-il police court was very dull yesterday, and as one after another »«.tr», cloud passed up. the regular at tendants began to squirm around In the|r seats Hitd prepare to leave However, the monotony was some What relieved when Chief Hasting* vn« railed with John C.otden, who makes rather regular appearances in court, and presented a charge against "*m for panhandling on Market streei. Although John promised faithfully that be would leave the c'tv If re leased, there was no’hlng doing and he was given $.% and coats or thirty days. The remainder of the time or Judge Hohtnson was occupied by gen tlemen of color. Harry Jackson, of < nrk-*hurg. who was arrested hv Of Horn in«* •»,.* n• «■ , . guilty to a drunk charge and was given and costs or thirty days Alex Mason, of nurgettstowu. I’y. was picked up at the comer of Kiev cuth and Water streets by officer Hero, and was given >ho ’minimum and costs for a drunk charge. Ralph Holly, of Pittsburgh, was ar r< vte.i by officer riutor for disorderly conduct, hut was able to prove that he ms trying to avoid a disturbance lrs*ead of starting one, and was re It ased. TWO SOCIETIES Prom This City WHI Be Represented at Convention of German Catho lic Reman Central Verein at Toledo. f htcal societies will sen.) repre ‘•ntnthc.. »n the flftv fourth annua! contention ,.f th • Herman Catholic Hom-,n t . rural Vcreli . which con tones m Toledo. O, rtept e m t‘c r 14, <ontinning until the jmIi The yt! A'phonsns sor let \ will hod !I meet mg on the evening of Italy _*th for the p i-posc ef nitnlt g their delegates mu! the Knlgli's of yt Heorge will hold their m.st-ng on August f.th for l!.» •«!!'• The contention promises to he one of gr .it lmp»r’an< > nn«1 already w rat g.-mept, ar» being made to ew lire • «*•»*! i • i le o. the (rip so "* *«> cbart-r a special .ar T1 •• \pos 1 *' ■ if* Brutal* • Was make the trip with the • khI d''!*'faflon fQl»KE LfP P OOP.B^ DISMISSES CASE AT JAIC ' srr - Tatter > as ;,ffren...| I w fore ’ <*r ^ ' ‘ *’v' ' n ****** mt #,r * n • g . . j.. . . *. f1 #j tfiifv f ' ‘ i -*••• A* 4 t, . ,sf|tw %MorfM *•'" »n J * y f r# , f, *«•*’. * Why Bake? Don't Worry-—Life Is Too Short You can reach us by either phone and have delivered to you baked poods containing pure ingredients of the high-] est quality. G. Ed. Men Jet & Co. rOKEmAI. EERECIMJKo A»A( KMBAI.MCB'i :,,k- ?J*,n Wi.erting. Wert Va r»’> night or da* Either chon* MARRIOTT LEAVES — Phyncal Director c» Y. M. C A Has Accepted Similar Position at Mo bile. Ala., at a Large Salary. Yeaterday it was learned or rather' the story leaked out. that I'rof Ar | • iinr K Marriott, who, for the past '*'» years, ha I .. n ; ■ it the local Y M C A has been of- I tered a more liuraiv* position in the I Young M.-n s Christian Association in Mot ile. A a. Prof Marriott t-p. nr p,,rt of .iM|v in ; I k Mountains, s. c. ard whs in charge of advanced gymnastics, and 1 ••'«» while *11 the South that the po j - tlon was offered hv »he repers'-mn-1 ti»es of the above named place It "i- only through men; and the ahtll-j ti shown that tli* »><itinn was m. [ > nr*4 an : the Prcfe ft* r dtps consideration, accepted on his own t« rtns Th*- new dtrec’or who will |.*» (n ,r*rge of th** I’m • g . mnas um work *t” fare .1 work whlit wrtl rnjtjtfe a| gr*a« effort, as >he sta* dvd -• t It Prof Marriott h gh :,nd the ' « 1 .* *c« are .ids nn<ed A arge rir* ... of frier*** ra*ond • r hear* . »t rongr.-ituJit’lo.na to I rof M.rrt*” tn Vs new r. id and wish him unbounded *u*t.s .. d • •.* pro d-K let of 1.1 tomeh e* f - 1*1- Will t I • ~ E. JOHNS Co. Annual Summer Clearing Sale OF ALL «ilk Suit« iSilk Dreaaua Cloth Suits l.inen 1 )rcsaca l-inon JSultM Wash Dresses AT DECISIVE PRICE REDUCTIONS W nsh Skirt Spccinls "?*• 'JWN- RU'P ‘ ORIMI l%f '•< <-I ««.««. .o „ ‘ iwi prwM Lingerie Wnists I. ZZtttUZ:; ”"h -- - — •- -— SI nn L I RF.SH. ( I f AN AND DF.sIk ARil -------— Geo. R. Taylor Co. “ The Progressive Store'' COLORED DRESSES Lor Little Children 2 to 6 Years Gingham Crash C hamhra Percale were 75c to $2.00 *4 OFF Patent Leather Belts for Children BLACK, WHITE, RED. PINK. TAN 25c and 50c Waterproof Diaper Bags ot neat black and white check with drawstring and outside pin pocket, inside divided by waterproof partition. MOTHERS SEE THESE. 50 each Lying Crepe Kimonas in various colors and neat designs trimmed in self color plain material. _$U9_ NIGHTGOWNS SI.25, SI.50, S1.75, S2.00, S2.50, S3.00 and up DAINTY GOWNS—MANY IN SLIPOVER STYLES—WITH PRETTY LACES, RIBBONS AND EMBROIDERIES—line fabrics that fold up and fit in the remotest corner of vour grip. RIBBONS TIED Artistically fashioned ribbon tied by expert lingers into rosettes for children's hair, frocks and bonnets, droop loop knots for undergarments, tail ored bows of many sorts ot velvet ribbon, Sashes and dress bows—etc. 7 h ere's a Knack to It Everybody Hoes Xot Have We'// Tie Thejn Eor Yon Free — i A otab/c 1 ho * AVer *’ ln«. h vh? t-Mh one of the newest ideas in *•' rscfr s.n.e ’he ad' en» of *he tr..nt lacer_this iJet is a tran*\crs<* «enes of hones that run fr<*m uppt - f'..nt * . l..*er hack on either side. a. so t» pi <s. ha* hotting that yields. \et supports, will n t Teak, d e n t increase the hulk, is grandly nb f. and w *th looking into. 7h, HIXXER CORSETS .1 It t ft t u •. (/*?' t , it t a h«y//, **r-~ anti'.'til •?»/ u h,r*#/ » f>b. if, u i *// *na:s xntt a *a h: *r f. r*«*. raf:r. '1 horotare