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^VMt^UOTgltf NI flM!V I'' Wl!''J'.' * ^ ff! '.*" V JSS For 50c to75c Per Yard! We will give you Side-Band Dress G-oods, All-Wool and 42 inches wide that are worth $1.00 and $1.50 TDer Dard. Just Come and See Them ';:'-., To convince yourself that they are bargains, SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, N, B. All the latest designs in fine Embroideries. NOVELTIES In Spring Goods Are Daily Arriving at the Tailoring *. Establishment of JACOB HERZ. I Call Early and Secure Choice. 'The Best on Earth Ben Fisher's' Pure Baking Powder 311 Fourth Street. LADIES' warm Slippers and Shoes CHILDREN'S Warm House Slippers. WALKER & RAUCH, 42O Broadway. SPRING STYLES, . For Suits, Pantaloons and Overcoats have . arrived. The assortment is complete. Call and see them. Harry G. Tucker, :-: Tlie Pearl Street Tailor. :-: For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.00 CASH. I do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city T HflftTFY Tne Tailor, . U. IlUUJ-iljl , 323EPfiarlK Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 12. 323EPearltfStreet. Joseph Handel of Texas, is in the city. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. . eod&w F. S. Dukes of Winamac was in the city yesterday. Read what wesny about dress goods. —Golden Rule. Special low prices on fine dress goods, at the Golden Rule. We are offering low prices on Lonsdale muslin, at Si cents.—Golden Rule. M. F. Ear-ley, of Kansas City, a former Logansport hoy, is visiting' friends in the eity. Attention is called to the change of advertisement of Jacob Hera, the Tailor, in this issue. Logansport Lodge B. P. 0. Elks will go to Kcfkomo this afternoon at 1:25 via. the Pan Handle to institute a lodge of Elks in that city. Mr. W. J. Smith, of the Labor Signal, Indianapolis, was in the city yesterday, coming here to attend the labor meeting at the rink last night. Money to loan on city property, from one to five years time; large or small sums on personal security on- short time.—I. N. Cash & Co., 414 Market street. Jehl2d4t •[ J. E. McMillen's spring term of music will open .this week at No. 815 Third street. A handsome, gold medal Will be presented the pupil making the greatest progress during the term. John Hile was arrested Tuesday evening by Officer Kleckner f or stealing a pair of trousers from Otto Kraus' outside display. Hile is in jail and the grand jury will investigate Ms case, r The labor demonstration last evening was attended by a large, number of-oinion men from neighboring cities. It was a spontaneous outpouring of all interested in the cause of united labor and was a signal, event for local labor organizations. : The difficulty heretofore existing betwee'n J. E. Button, publisher of the Logansport Reporter and Logansport Typographical Union No. 196, has been amicable settled, and Mr. Sutton and his paper has been recommended to the good graces, of the community. -.'The government recuriting station at-'"Ft. Tucker" continues to be a point.of attraction and the "sojers" in charge have many questions to answer in the course of. the day. Already fo.ur: applications have been signed and no doubt numerous others will follow. • The park committee of the city council met yesterday to. investigate the plans for the proposed city park submitted by the Trades and Labor Assembly.. The result of the investiga- tion-willbe made known at the next meeting of the city council. • Mr. and Mrs. William Holland 'we'-e pleasantly sup rised Tuesday evening by a large party of Catholic Knights of America- of which Mr. Holland, is a member; and .the self invited guests made merry for several-hours. Mr. and Mrs. Holland were presented with an elegant set of dishes, as a token of respect. The sup rise was a delightful event throughout. . . Will Englebrecht, the' well known Pearl street shoe maker is making preparations to removi with his. family to Richmond, Ind.. where be has accepted a position as traveling representative of a large manufacturing industry at that; place. .Mr. 'Englebrecht is, a genial' gentleman and a good 'citizen and the announcement of his intentions is received with • much regret by his; many friends. The Journal wishes him much success in his new field-: ; -„:.'• A Runaway Accident. Edward Cuddy, [a machinest: secured a horse and buggy from Ed. Diehl's stable yesterday morning and with his little girl started out for a buggy ride. On loth and Smead street the horse took fright and ran away upsetting, the. buggy and throwing Mr. Cuddy and the child out with great force. The buggy was finally smashed up by the runaway horse and the animal badly hurt. Mr. Cuddy received very painful injuries about the head and back from falling on some stones, one of his eyes being seriously injured. The child escaped without any very painful injuries. The injured man was taken to his boarding house and a physician summoned who pronounced his injuries of a probably serious character'. Diehl naturally somewhat anxious concerning his broken buggy and injured horse, sought some means of "getting even" and swore out a wor- rant for Cuddy's arrest for drunkenness, alleging that he was under the influence when the accident occurred. Marshall Dean went the man's boarding house and served the warrant and brought the man down to the jail where he was examined by the c6un- ty physician and turned over to the tender mercies of the other inmates of the jail.' Considering the circumstances and the extent of the man's injuries, Diehl's impatience is somewhat to be wondered at. The Lute Kobt. B. mulligan. The remains of the late Robt. R. Milligan arrived in .the city yesterday from Ft. Reilly, Kansas, and will be taken to his former home at Johnstown, Pa., to-day at 1:15. The cause of his death was the bursting of a steam pipe which he was repairing. The steam scalded him so severely that'he could not survive. The accident occurred on Sunday .morning last. The deceased came to this city about four years ago to work on the steam fixtures at the asylum. About a year ago he went' to Ft. Reilly. where he was working under the government, and his family here was getting ready to join him at that place when thejatal accident occurred. A brother of the deceased arrived in the city from Johnstown yesterday and will accompany the remains' 10 their last resting place. TIic Limited Mali. The opera house was Qcrowded to its upmost capacity last night, the biggest 'audience ot the season turning out to great Elmer E. Vance's Limited Mail on it return engagement here. The company is the same that presented the play here early in the season and individual mention is • unnecessary. Master Harry Blaney. the 'ambitious Kid," Miss Florence Bindley, "the sweet manipulator .of the wires" and Joe Coyne, the Irish section boss daserve. however especial-notice. The supporting company was good and the mechanical and electrical effects were received with the same bursts of applause which characterized their previous presentation here % *The Limited Mail" is a sure winner, and will always be welcome to Logansport theater-goers. Vote*. The House will probably spend the rest of the week OD the fee and salary bill. As there are seventy-fi^e sec tions in it, and, each member is allow ed.to speak once on every section, it is calculated that Mr. Kelley and his voice will make seventy-five speeches within the next three days, and more if they are allowed to. The prospect is not particularly reassuring to reporters and those who are compelled to attend the sessions of the House. One of the members of the House evidently had his "jag" with him this morning, and he made a rather sorry exhibition of himself. It is rather inconsistent that this man should be a member of the. committee on temperance. — Indianapolis News. Merchant Tailors' Association. The Merchant tailors of the city have organized what is termed "The Logansport Merchant Tailors' Exchange." It is organized for their mutual benefit aud protection, and its' features are on the order of "The Grocers' Protective Association," The following officers were elected: President— Joseph Craig.. Vice-P resident— -Julius Linnema.n. Secretary— Jacob Herz. Treasurer— J. Keller. Trustees, and Arbitration Committee — Julius Linneman, Harry Tucker and P. J. Hooley. Architectural plans .have already been submitted for the proposed new St. Joseph parochial school, and the old building will shortly be replaced by a magnificent moder structure three stores in height, the third floor being designed for a hall. The growth 'Of the school demands tnese new quar- ;ers. ' . . :'•.: Surer foundation cannot be laid th'an. the real merit which is the solid base Eor the monumental success of Hood's Sarsaparilla. ' 9 ! G E N U I N E ; H Red Letter Sale. It will eclipse all are former efforts. Our entire Stock'of Scarlet Shirts and Drawers and 'fancy striped Underwear, ONE-THIRD OFF .1-3 From Original Price Ladies and Gentlemen! In 'order to reduce the whole line of Underwear, we make the most gigantic reduction ever quoted here.) , (SELLING TOICES) ,-' Sew. Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers '....$150 '•..$!-. 13 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 1 2!j 1 00 Fine-all wool scarlet shirt and drawers !. .. 1 00 75 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 75 57 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 50 ,38 Fine all wool fancy shirt and drawers 1 00 75 Heavy white and mixed shirt and drawers..; '..,-.. 50 25 . And all other lines in proportion This is less than Manufacturers prices and less thaii you can buy them at Auction for its done to make room for Spring purchases. Buy now ; for never will you buy as cheap again. This is a Cash Sale by the enterprising .One Price Clothier • Logansport ana Delphi., Our grand distribution of Presents takes place month, all are entitled to it, come and see us. City Orders bought and sold. Harry Frank, 1 6, O O O Letters go to the Dead Letter Office Every day and most of them are destroyed by the government. • NATIONAL LETTER RETURN STAMPS, fti .©.'.£ RETURN CHICAGOli INSURING THE SAFE RETURN Of all Non-Delivered Letters, adopted to every elass of people under all circumstances at any place and at any time. Endorsed by the Post Office Officials and by all who are using the stamps. For sale by Wilson, Humphreys & Co., Our Popular Flour. ;. Flour is the most important thing we sell you and that we have tried to make ourselves the most popular. We selected a pink sack and the brand "Snow Ball" as the trade- mark for the flour we were going to make popular. Then we came to the flour. Quality was the first thing we thought of. We wanted the whitest and most satisfactory flour on the market, when we found it we warranted it. Price was another thing of utmost importance we wanted a pi-ice which no one else could approach on that quality of flour, and wefoundlt "Snow Ball" at once became the popular flour of Logansport, and of a hundred miles, around, and it is to-day. We buy it now in car-loads, and our buying price is low. Our selling price is only,$2.35 per hundred. But you must get the right. "Snow Ball" to get this price and this qualify. Others may imitate the brand, but not the price, if their quality is right. The "Snow Ball 11 we have told you of is only sold at M. McCaffrey & Co.