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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1909.
GARFIELD UNABLE TO COME
Gon to Washington and Will Not Ad
dreii Lawyers Here.
TO TESTIFY IN BALLINOER QUIZZ
irr on "Law an4 bile Welfare"
Will lrobahlr Head by
Rom Ohi l.lmi at Merlins
of lit a la Bar.
Kormer ffacretary of 1 1 in Interior Garfield
Hill not ha present at the meeting of the
Nftliranlta, Hint liar association. Mr. ilar
fMd has wired President Francis A. Ilro
gnn tlial 'greatly to my itlsappoliitinnnt, a
matter pf 1 1 at nmht icnunsl Importance
alia ni V Washington."
Vlr. Outfield due not cay what thla
"matter" la. Ha la peismmlly Involved In
tha liallliiger.JMncr.ot controversy and will
ha a wltneaa at tha Invt stlgatlnn soon to
begin. Kuoantly (iurfhld wiota a magaslne
aulcl hi-vi.-rely criticising an uilnamml offi
cial and It clear from hla statements
that ha was hitting at Hecretary lialllnger,
hU successor In tha dxpai tment.
Mr. Uarfleld waa to huve given an ad
dress here upon "Uw and tha 1'uhllo Wel
fare," and there la a good chance that hla
pIir Mill yet ha read, fur he wrltea Mr.
lliogun that he will finish hla addrena If
he can and send It to be lead by some one
'1Mb ttnth annual meeting of the Ne
braska liar association will convene Tues
day afternoon at 'i at the Uouid uf Trade
building In the aenemlily room on the seu
oiid flour. The t'umitierclal club rooina un
thu fifth flour Mill be the guiieial head
ilimrltrg and a biimjIut will be tendered
visiting law J oi n by the club Tueaduy night.
II ruga Speaks Tuesday,
l'lealilout Hruguu's annual addiuss will
bo given Tuesday afternouii. Wednesday
luornlnK uome a paper by Cliurlts li. Let
toii, Juilus of Uie Nebraska auireine court,
and the consideration of one or two ques
tions In which attorneys are vltully Inter
ested aa Invulvlng their Incomes. Tha
most Important of the qeustlohs la consid
eration of the uoda uf ethics adopted by
the American Uur aaauclutlun. The Uar
fleld paptr la slated for the afternuon and
In the evening there Is a dinner at the
Home tendered by thu elate association to
the Judges of the supreme court and the
The Commercial club has Invited all law
yer In Nubiasku lu attend the meetings
and many acceptances havo been received,
a number In huinoroua vein, and mm ur
two expressing the hope that the Com
mercial club la nut observing the S n'clooli
other letter, with more aerlotia Intent,
express appreciation of the Invitation and
the beat w 'latum for Omaha. A sample of
the hint la to be found in a letter from
i M. Tyrell, a prominent member of the
Lancaster county bar. It runa thua:
LINCOLN, Neb., Ieo, 17, llKW.-.Commercial
Club, Omaha: Gentlemen our
esteemed favor of 1 ece.inber 1ft In at hand,
and lu reply would any that 1 want to
thank you tor the courtesies extended to
inn through your club and will uy that 1
ahall accept your kind Invitation with
1 note what you aav about the process
Omaha la making towards becoming a
metropolitan city. Omaha 1 growing
faater than any of ua appreciate and la
destined to he one of great ell Ice of North
America. Iih rapid development I a H.id
tiling for the entire Mule. Yours, very
truly. V. M. TYItltlSLL.
Steals of Sunday
Little Antonio Qeti Her Watch While
She ii Telling Story of 'the
"tilory to Ood in the highest, peace on
eai'lll, good will toward men."
Miss Margaret l'hllllpl, teacher In the
City Mission Sunday school, waa reading
the story of tha birth of the Chriat child
to a dab of waifs on the day after Chrlst-
Now, little Antonio, a bright-eyed youth
In the very front row, descended from a
long Una of treasure seekers who, in the
olden day uaed to aull forth from Uenoa on
prtxlutoiy rranda on the T&rttmy coaat.
Ho It happened that Antonio, the boy with
the aoulful eyea, juat wuldn't reelat that
uvatlatlo P4 anion for glitter when the fair
teacher' watch cam too cloae to the front
The leaaon of tha Chriat child waa for
gotten and Antonio got the watch.
Quietly dvtectlvea were put to work and
oon they had the little pirate, repentant
and In tcaii. The watch w ill be returned.
Antonio la to have a taate of Chrlattan for
glveueaa and ha wilt not be prosecuted If
ho only will bo punctual at Sunday echool
for a whole year.
For Croup there i nothing better than
Chaiuberlaln'a Cough Kemedy, (
DENVER MEN SEEK REWARD
Two Officers Who Helped Carfare
Train Hukker Wtt to 8e
P. J. rarr, toe leaver detective, who
waa luatrumeutal with Cameron Bell of
the imnver itollca force In bringing about
tha arreat of Lawrnce a IKdden. one
of tha flva convicted train rvibbera In
lenvr, la In the city looking up the mat
ter of hla participation In the reward
offered by tha Union Pacific for the ap
preheualoa and conviction of the band It .
Mr. Carr for htmaelt and on behalf of
Offloar UeU will file a ault in Ititervenor
for a portion of ttie reward. He waa In
oonaultatlon with the federal officer at
the goveruiueut building, relative to the
May Vicmawii oucc
Vo!bt$ i j W avssavo tva i
way U CtAvtA &ViJL w
vkVTvwo Weimar luxAdos vc W i
Pio Syrup Co,
IMI'UvM.r-lhUAa-M Muv4 & aVTTVC
n . i r i 'J 1 1 t 1 1 ill pj n
U v . J l V K r M l '111 1 I M &jeaal
it Hiiiiiiiiwi mil i i imn
To Reduce Our Stocks
Wo Offer Specially for Tuesday Those
(Great Price Reductions
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN'S end MEN'S
Men'H and women's sizes Shnmroek lawn nnd pure linen
Honiowliat inuHsed from Christmus display l J
but genuine. 20e and 25c bandkerehiefn J."?f
that you can buy-for, enoh J
12, c and 15c HANDKERCHIEFS at
Women's and inen'H fiizes many pretty and prac
tical styles they aro mussed but not damaged;
have been Belling up to 15c, at
Skirtings, flouncings and corRet cover embroid- im
fries benutil'ultnew patterns uetually worth P B iT
up to 50c a yard, at, yard
Broken Lots of DRESS GOODS
These are in good lengths of five yards or more m
excellent styles in plain and fancy serges, diag- P
onals, mohairs, semi-rough suitings, etc., yd...1-
Odd Lots of Plain
Fancy stripes, cheeks, dress silks, foulard silks, erepo de
chines, etc., at half price or less than half bargain ZCI
square, yard. JZJG
POST-MORTEM OS A COOSE
Teit to Be Made on Christmas Fowl
FAMILY DEPRIVED, DISAPPOINTED
Wanta lloaltb C'autailaalwner Now o
llrtrrmlue M bat Illaraae It M'aa
that Kllleil Thla 1'artlcn.
Meat Inspector Flelachman. of the
tiHalth cuniniiaaluuer ataff, hita been given
a touffh )lme of Chriat maa i-heer' to ihew
on. It la a roaated couaa, allnctd to be of
(luniiroua and unlawful o!iaractr. The
tniHaed muffed and baked bird waa
brought to the health camniiaaloner'a of
flue by L. Pavla of 1030 houth Elt;hteeuih
Mr. Iuvla deposited the goose with Ma
jor Barker, the veteran recipient of all
kloka that have reached the health office
for lu, theae many years. Uarker haa
been again! everything except a roaat
gouae tlmt haa been indicted after cooking.
He accepted the deposit with great deli
cacy and carefully laid It on an elevated
shelf, at the same time aaaurlng Mr. Davis
that It ahall have attention quick.
The gentleman who lost hla Christmas
dinner or unwillingly gave It up when
on the point of setting tooth to It, did not
furnish any very definite specification
when he registered hla protest Me ad
mitted his goose waa cooked all' right, and
that It waa properly stuffed; also that the
oven was not to blame.
! "11 ut It la clearly wrong," said Mr. Pavla.
"and we desire to know of what disease
tt died, to have Its pedigree aet out. It
anyone lu particular is to blame, we want
to know that, for it la no fuu to have
your gooae cooked and then go hungry for
bird meat on Christmaa day."
fr'letacbuiau Will Tackle.
liikpector fr'ieischmau will tackle the dis
carded Christmas favorite some lime dur
ing the day. W hat method be will use
to teat the good fault of the bird la not
yet known; but l'r. Conueli and hla medi
cal asslstauta have full faltn in t'lslach
iitan'a discretlot. And they are resting
easy In the knowledge thai If the meat in
spector cannot give a satisfactory verdict
on the goose Tom Harrington can.
"Our Christ maa turkey la most generally
a goose," aay Mr. Harrington, 'and (or
many years gesse have been popular with
me. more saecially after being roasted.
1 feel that, facing a live goose, 1 can
easily tell Us disposition, and whether or
not tt la to be trusted. However, 1 wilt
have to give serious consideration to a
proper test for a dead goose that some
one else suspects of bejiug u;uer than U
really ought to be. A 4Ue proof of the
goose is universally undsistood to be In
the eating thereof, tt oocuis;to me ft'lelscli
uian must bite Into thla baked victim tu
find out absolutely what the mauer U.
It he TTves. the goose wins, ilut i-avio
Ivsea lu any .event."
FIG KNOWS WHERE TO GO
TalsrWa His Sort Will Thrive Better
I it t'alllueula, Than 1
Fred, Tig. 15 year of age, grew tire J ot
home life ttTerre lUute, lud., and. aet out
tor tUcrameuto. Cal. It la a much better
climate for the Ktg family anyway, tuought
The budding young Klg waudered. Into
I'ulon st itlou lu Omaha during an en
forced lu.wver between freight trains and
waa taken Into custody by a policeman.
J. K. C.nver. Juvenile officer, haa liken
chti've of J ami- and has bottled him up
lu the matron's departiueut ot the city jatt
pending the arrival of bia father.
MRS. NELLIE CALABRIA DIES
OF RHEUMATISM CF HEART
Vr4lt wl tHiri Jars' lalte
llahaad' belief he HltUa
Tha eofouer'e Jary at a htqueet d
lde that Mrs.. Xdily C tlabrl dl -4 of
rteumatiem of th hetrt. deep te the be
lief of Tony Calabria, her hu-band. that
aha killed herself
U aaf Viaf I M
and Fancy Silks
Present County Comptroller to Take
Position Now Held by H. C.
Sharp in Furay'g Office.
City and County Treasurer Fuiay ha
appointed ' Kmmet O. .Solomon aa chief
deputy In hla 'office for the new term
beginning- Januaiy 6. Mr. Holomo'n will
take the place held by Henry C. Sharp for
several years. Mr. Sharp haa realgned
because of ill health, which requires that
he take a rest from active work for a
Mr. Solomon Is at present oounty comp
troller of PouKlus county, to which office
he waa elected while serving as county
oommisHloner. His term aa county comp
troller would have run for four years
were It not for tha fact that the last leg
islature decreed the office should ter
minate on January 1. l'.na This was done
In order to save City Comptroller Lbeck,
whose office would have been combined
with that of oounty comptroller at the
end of his last term If the legislature had
not interfered. '
Little Lditha )
This Little Editha is No Pretty Little
Girl, but Smaller and Not
Stealthily the burglar crept along the
floor of the bed room of James Seymour,
1942 South Seventeenth street. In the dim
Might of early Monday morning. He reached
to a pile of clothing, slipping It into his
bag and turned to creep into an open closet
door. He groped along the floor.
A sudden scream, a howl of pain, elec
trified the sleepers who leaped out of bed
and snapped on the light In time to see the
housebreaker fleeing from the room with
hla booty bag In one hand and a savage
mouse trap dangling from a finger of the
Curse and moans of pain echoed along
the hall as the unfortunate burglar sped
away. He bore away with hlin some
clothes, including a coat, described to the
police, aa "black, with all but one button
off," 40 cente in change, and lastly, a
House trap, valued at 4i cents.
"He cannot be charged with the theft
of that trap owing to the extremely ex
tenuating circumstances," declared Cap
lam Moatyn. with moat solemn air.
FITCHETT TELLS WHERE EACH '!
BLOW HIT HIM ON THE FACE 1
. . I
lluidn Veadlsia Am Usrk si !
Other Ttlth Areas, lu the I
Cwaaty iwart. I
Frank L. Fltchett of lundee received
he says, eight blows between tn syea, two
Jolts un the jaw. thiee waiK-pa on the
mouth and a bitf w tw (or good measure
ou other parts of his physiognomy.
Fttehetl ttifted to this In cvuuty court,
also Imparting the luformatiou that tlenry
C. Uaird was the nmn behind the fist. Mr.
ttaird is baviug a hearing ou a charge of
assault sworn to by FUcbett.
The alleged assault took place November
wu paceful Sunday afu-inoou when all
I'uudee U supuvseU o be caluu
A chicken had escaped (row the Fltclwtt
menage and Fltchett pursued Into the yard
ot his next door neighbor..
Tbea occurred the eucounter. It will be
recalled that a short tlm before this Baud
bad Fuchelt arrested and brought to
county court on a charge uf discharging a
revolver without a lloenw. There bas
bu truubie between tbe tuea tor a long
tliee and Fttehetl. who Is 71 years of age
aud was formerly aa Indian agent at I"
8untew-tWu rvaervalloa. built a famous
"spite" fence between the two house,
which are on Cass street between FifttetH
and Fifty-first. Balid tta yet to UU ai3
version ou the slaud.
IMIIMHH umix.ua 1 1 iiaiiiM lm ia imam ..aimiiLjagfi wwbii!JMW W 111 IIIIBW
rr. ... . ..
iii' winter nijio imkk anu any rue j. n. j.
pattern, all for 20
ALL. THIS WEEK
Great Pre-Invcntory Sides
Big Bargains in All Departments
Tho department men are
power of great reductions.
Any Woman's Suit or
in our House, values
Choice of 2,000 abnolutly new styles, not early season mistaken,
but tho very cholcost of late winter modes. Every elze, every color, In
$f&rOfl$35-00, $45.00 and $50.00 Suits
tl, . $30.00, $35.00 and $15.00 Dresses
lor $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $50.00 Coats
a ' Not a single reservation. Garments positively less than cost to
mnko In New York City. These are the biggest of ull ot Bennett's big
garment bargains. Lower prices, higher qualities, greater variety.
A Sensation in Silks
As announced in Sunday's ad Omaha women are treated
to the best sjlk bargains it has ever been Bennett's good for
tune to offer. There are three immense lots that have
crowded the department all day today. Silks of such high
merit so distinctly desirable and new rarely get on the coun
ters for less than twice our prices.
7SO MOIUK HILKH All new and In full pieces, 20 new shades, QQa
fine for waists and dresses, per yard UiSKt
MK8SA LINKS, PKAU DK CYUNKH Soft, clinging silks for 9Qn
evening and street wear, excellent $1 qualities, at 0JC
NKW CANHMKKK IK SOIK $1.25 Peau de Nymph. 38-lnch A
black Taffetas, Moire Silks and
X'. Handkerchiefs at Less Than Half
The, Christmas crowds and tho decorations robbed them
of their freshness. In every other respect they are perfect.
There are handkerchiefs for even member of the fa mil v.
now nt .. . .
now at 7c
Jewelry 25 OK
(ExoapUutf itiaiuouda watoaaa)
All iOa oua Jiaif oft.
iuibbajr a Cut Ulais Jo off.
ifeana painted uoiua baif off.
Uuoaa alio ualaauara at rauiark
Bennett's Big Grocery
riour fcyeoial llww'ii'i Capitol,
tier auka..al.btt ana 1U0 Biainpa
liuunett'a Capitol Cot fee, lb....Udo
Anu. SU atampa
Oounett'a cliallenne Cor fee. lb. 18o
0 Ana JU slumps.
Dennett's 'Tea, assorted, lb. ..680
And l0 aiainpa.
Tea Sf tlriis, lb. pk lao
Bnlcler'a 'i'lUiuto Soup, large... 80o
,' 'Afitl stumps.
Wlilte Oak'-Corn, three cans... 880
Culltoniia Layer Kalaliia, lb. ,.10o
Initial beailetl ltalclna, lu loo
Double stumps on xiutterlne.
GoUleu KagW Currants, lb. pk. 18o
AvU It) stamps.
Calif. Kvap'J IVucht-a. lb. ...18Vo
' And 10 stamps.
Calif. Titled Plums, lb. ....... lBo
And 11) stumps.
Hartley" Pure Krult Jums....a9o
And 20 stamps.
Hartley's i'ur Fruit Uranse
Marmulnde . 8O0
And 10 stajniis
Royal Tomato's. two cans . ...S5o
And 2i stamps.
Pennt-tt's i"apltol UakluR Powder,
pound ' 84o
And 80 stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Oats, Wheat or
ranenke, pk Ho
And 10 stamps.
Franco-American Soup. qt. can 38o
And 30 stamps.
Swansdown Codfish. S pka.-ISo
And 10 stamps
Marshall's Kippered Herring. .8O0
And 10 Blames
I ten's Soda or Oyster Crackers,
lS-lb. box 91.15
trouble Oreen Stamps on Uran
to Wyoming Plains
That's tho Story of Eay Keating of
Decatur and His Christ
"From College Campus to Wyojntng
Plains." would form a fitting title for the
llttla romance In the lives of Kay Keating
and his Chruitmas bride.
Mr. and Mr?. Keating passed through
Omaha Monday morning enroute from Pe
cntur. 111., to Cheyenne, where the young
collegians will live the life of tho grvat
out siil e.
"Pack to the rolling pralrlc and the
bucking broncho for me." said Keating. "I
was mighty lonesome out there for four
years though, but guess I won't need to
ride tha pony alone any more."
Keating Went west upon his graduation
from college, owing to 111 health. He Is
now In tleJri:iirt ot physical condition. At
the Frontier celebration at Cheyenne In
nun.t ht wB mi rf thrt pontM(HMt Hint
10 wllh on ot th
About a month ago he went through
Omaha on bis way back to Illinois. Hla
marriage took place Friday evening at the
home of the bride's parents mar IVcatur.
"W't'r going back to Wyoming to run
When You Think
Of the; peiu which many women axperiene with every
month it make the gentlcuess and kindness always assocU
sled with womanhood seem to b almost a miracle.
W hile to general no woman rebels against what the re
gards as natural necessity there is no woman who would
not gladly be tree from this recurring period oi pain.
Zi, Jerc' Fafrtf Pnacrlptloa make
wtsk womea ttrvmf mm mick wvtnta
are. aref tfre tkem frecdem reust mala.
It 0tsbJiM r4utriiy, uk4utm tmtlinu
outlet. ulertim mtt cre e .
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter.
Aee. All correspondence strictly private and sacredly
ceoadeotiai. Write without tear and without He to World's Dispensary Med
ical Assentation, K. V. fierce, M. D.. Presides. Bud'alo. N. Y.
U you went book that tells all abojl woman's disease, and how to cur
them at home, send 21 one-eeet stamps to Dr. Pierce to pey cost of uaUm
eey. and he will send you frt copy of sis great thousand-page illustrated
Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-to-date edition, in paper covers.
In handsome elotb-biaduig, 31 stamps.
. : n
reducing stocks through the
to $50 W
Chiffons, $1.25 and $1.50 Silks.
now at 5;
now at 10c
In wide variety. Very
wide variety, tho wid
est variety in town.
And speaking of style
they go the limit.
the ranch according to science," he says.
"I'm not a tenderfoot any longer and I
guess a little education don't hurt a fellow
for farming, anyway."
A Fierce- Attack
of malaria, liver derangement and kidney
trouble Is easily cured by Klectrlc Bitters,
the guaranteed remedy. 60c. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
WHEATON ENTERS A DENIAL
Mast Cornered by Ills Wife wltst An.
other tVeisss Faces Iter
Louis A. Wheaton. who was captured In
a room at HOI Podge street in company
with Mrs. Alice Ellis, by his wlfo, Mrs.
Urace Wheaton. was confronted by that
angry wife and his little son, a charming
child of 6 years. In police court Monday
morning while he beurd a reading of a
wanunt. It was the usual charge, and
Mrs. Wheaton declares she will push the
Wheaton was. arrested Sunday, when his
aV Invaded the room at the I odge street
house by force, breaking down the door.
Mrs. Wheaton appeared Monday morning
and on her Information Assistant County
Attorney Maguey Issued the warrant.
Wheaton entered a plea of uot guilty
and his preliminary examination was set
tor Wednesday usjrnln iu police court.
Tuesday tho 2d Day of Omaha'
Greatest Garment Cloaranco
AT HALF AND LESS REGULAR PRICES
Extra salespeople to wait on you. The best assorted and larg
est stock in Omaha for your selection. Come early Tuesday and
get first choice.
Special Prc-lnvenfory Clearance Bargains
IN OUIt FAMOUS DOMKSTIG IUX1M TUESDAY.
Clearance value you'll not find duplicated in any other store in the city.
Examine the quality, that tells.
600 I'alrs of IUankets M-50 to
$6.00 values, all colors and plaids
will go Tuesday at, per
12 He Flannelettes, 36
Inches wide, yd f)i
200 Caocs Cotton Bats
Big Grocery Clearance Sale Prior to Inventory The Biggest
Money Saving Sale of the Year.
19 lbs. beat Pure Cane Granulated Sugar
for - $1.00
48-lb. sacks best Hljth Patent Flour J1.40
T lbs. choice Japan Hice 26o
6 lbs. bfnt Hand Picked Navy Beans .25c
6 lbs. best Poarl Tapioca, Sago, Darley
or Farina 26c
Seeded Hulslns, package
Tall cans AlaBkn Salmon
OH or Mustard Sardines, per can ...
Lu l.u BcourlnR Soup, per can
I.nvallne Scourlnfr Soap, per can ..
The best Bulk Starch, per lb
4-lb. pkK. Pryamld Washing Powder.
Choice California Prunes, per lb ...
Sultana Raisins, per lb
TRY MYDEN'S FIRST
Daily Bee (without Sunday)
Review of Keviews
- Regular price for both
Daily Bee (without Sunday)
Woman's Home Companion
Review of Reviews
Regular price for all one
THE DECLINE OF BROADWAY
And the His of Fifth Avcuue, Upon
Which is the liotel St. Kegi.
From the settlement of New Amsterdam
by the Dutch until very recently Broad
way has been considered the center of
New York's commercial life and activity.
But New York has grown beyond all Im
agined limits during Its past history.
It has outgrown the island of Manhattan,
on which It was originally located, and Its
great Interests have outgrown Broadway.
No single street Is nv big enough to con
tain all .Jlie vast enterprises that go to
make up the activities of New York.
New York Is spreading out and the cen
ter of her life is gravitating naturally to
her geographical center. Fifth Avenue.
I'pon this Avenue, at Fifty-fifth Street. J
ha-t been built the Hotel fct. Regti, a hotel j
planned to be everything that a first class .
hotel sliould be, with an unequalled con- j
venlence of location ai well as uusur- .
pasxed comfort la Its arrangements and
service. In this hotel patrons of refine
ment and discrimination will find them- 1
selves perfectly "at home," with every at- j
tentlon at their constant command an I
entirely free from noHe, erowdfng and i
other petty annoya-ices. The restaurant I
service of the St. Kegis Is un-urpased by j
even the celebrated dining saloons of :
Loudon and Farls. while Its charge are no
hlgler than taose of other first clas j
hotels. Transient guest coming to New
York and stepping at the Hotel St. RegU I
will find accommodations of the very I
Mj!0tt grade In every particular, and at i
standard rates. Sunle room are 13 and
11 a day; the same with private bat t i'l ,
a day tor J for two people); while for a j
I'arlor. bedroom and private bath the r.Ues
are $11 a day and up. i
Tail's Dental Rooms
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
The Bear Fsrst Pasti.
One Dallas m War.
InaKCUHBLb dlWttaV k
Your Unrestricted Choice of
Any Dress Suit or
Cloth Coat in the House for
MANY LESS THAN HALF
$100 and $123 Drosses . . . . $50.00
$75 and $85 Dresses $37.50
$G0 and $G5 Dresses 30.00
$50.00 Dresses $25.00
$50 and $H0 Tailor Suits. .$25.00
$75 and $85 Tailor Suits, .$37.50
$120.00 Tailor Suits $10.00
$15.00 Tailor Suits $7.50
Ladies' Coats All newest styles
all !at Half.
Children's Coats, Dresses and Caps
Big assortment.. at Half.
Buy early in tho week. Buyenrlv
the day. Greater opportunities
profitable buying were nevei' .
never be offered than these.
500 Pairs of Fine Cotton Blankets
that sell regularly at from $1.25
to $1.76 per pair, will go
at, per pair 07t
10c Flannelettes, on 10 Percales, on sale
Bale at 7 at 6tt
to close at) Remnants of Wool Dress Goods at
sweeping price reductions.
Fancy Muscatel Raisins, per lb ,....7Ho
And hundreds of bargains too numer
ous to mention, to go In this sale.
Fresh Vegetables at Xia Tban Coat.
Fresh Spinach, per peck 20o
Fresh Beets. Carrots or Turnips, bunch 4o
Fresh Shalots, bunch . ...4o
Fresh Cauliflower, per lb lOu
Fresh Cabbage, per lb ISO
2 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce ....Be
S bunches Fresh Radishes &c
Large Cucumbers, each 6o
Fresh Parsley, bunch 4o
Large Kgg Plant, each 6c
Good Cooking Apples, peck "o
New Honey, rack ...,15o
one year. .$7.00
year. . .$10.00 J
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