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Do You Care K To Save Money On Your Spring Dress. Remember the two stocks of Dry Goods must be closed at a great sacrifice. We are making big reductions on all Dress Goods. Golden Rule Dry Goods Store W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWftY. Calls Prouiptly Attended to Day or Nijht. Phone So «9. DAII Y JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 31. See the $65 bicycles at Flanogin & Crlsmond's. John Shuey Is adding a story to hli sealdence on Race etroet. Beautiful new mllllnory a'. Mra. W J. Potter's, 517 Broadway. A remedy for bard times—Stevenson •fcKlinsick's 20-cent baby shoes. II ETas Coma—High grade bicycles .tor $75, at Flanegin & Criamond's We are positive you can. save money jn shoe? at Stevoaaon & Kllnslck's. Charles Young baa taken possession yt bis-new home on Seventh and High •itreeta. Servlcei appropriate to Paaalon Sun day, will ba bald today in the Catholic churches. For carpets, mattings, rugs and cur lainar see the Trade Palace—every •tiling- new In designs and colorings. TheLoganaport Wall Paper Co., la •She place to buy your wall paper. You jet the best goods for the least money. Dr. J. H. Shultz' rooms are open .tor the treatment of diseases of the Txwe, ear and throat, 412 Fourth street. Our cape special proved a grand juooeaa. Good quality and low prices always rules. Call again Monday— TVade Palace. W. H. Ganger closed his 21st year »t continuous service yesterday with ihe queensware store now owned by lox & Dunkleberg. Calvin E. Carney, son of Robert 3arney of this city, graduated Friday night with a class of fifty from the Indiana medical college. See cms line of aklrtt, prices and quality a »urprlse to everybody. Call and be convinced that we are 20 per oenu below all—Trade Palace. A number of new books were added last week to the R. R. Y. M. C.A. library. Some of the new book* are sf special interest to railroad men. William Coppook of Tlpton township lad hi* barn deatroyed by fire Friday. It took fire from a burning brush ieap. The loss will be about $200. If you want a pair of fine white kid •Upper* for confirmation purpose!, will sell 'em to you at 98 cents a pair— Jample Shoe Co.. 322 Fourth street. Our fine patent leather men's shoes H 12.98 a pair, are going with a great ruth. Bettor get a pair. They are worth $5 to |7—Boston Sample Shoe Manager McNary stated yoMerday )nat providing the weather wai pleasant two of the motor car* with sum- after trailers would run to the park and return from 1 to 4 p m. The »ther oar* will not go ea*t of Twenty- teurlh street. ' See Otto's change of advertlsemet. See the $65 bicycles at Flanegin & Crlamond'a. Soles saved hy ualng Stevenson & Kllnatck's cheap aboee. Right and Reasonable—Stevenson & Kllnslok'a stylish shoes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reger returned from Lltchfiold yesterday. Otto quotes extraordinary prlcea on tmeses' kid spring hoel shoes. Mrs. Raymond Thompson and child are vlaltlng relatlvea in the city. It Has Come—High grade bicycles for $75; at Flanegin & Criamond's. What's up? Quality in ahoea and price down, at Stevenson & KUnslck's. You tnuat read and believe Otto Kraub 1 advertisements; they havo ihe stamp of truth. All the new Easter novelties, Trilby bonnet, Napoleon hat, etc., at Mrs. Potter's, 517 Broadway. The «'Big Four" quartette will go to Young America on April llth to entertain the Christian Endeavor- A car load of carpets waa opened yesterday at the Trade Palace. Call and Inspect them and Jearn prices. MODEL 40. Price, $IOO, Weielit 21 1-2 Pounds! ' Columbia Model 40 Is the finest ex ample of light and high-grade bicycle construction ever put out for the general use of the e reftt riding pub- had devoted to it unstint- s LIU.- best efforts and .the ripest ideas of an establishment which is inlversally recognized as leading the world in this industry, and having ew equals in mechanical and mercantile standing in any other branch of trade. We warrant every Columbia bicycle to be free from imperfections in material or manufacture, and agree with the purchaser to make good, by repair or replacement, at oar factory at any time within one year from the date of purchase, any defects not caused by misuse or neglect; pro- i«ed that the factory aerial number on the machine be present in- act, aid that all defective parts be •eferred to us before the claim for epair or replacement is allowed. The production . of a new model irawa upon the resources of & gronp if designers and inventors whose ex- lerience and judgments are devot- d solely to our requirements. Priaes $50, |GO, $30 and $100. The place to buy a^Columbia wheel IsPil- ling's shoe Mouse. 413 Broadway. YOUR NAME IN PBIKT. Ice DIM of a. FerMonal Character Con- cernlni; Log»u*i>orter8 and Their . Frleudf). In ihe city yesterday: R P Feut of Muncie.. ; E J Hulley of Marlon. , DrINNeffof Walton, Levl Wlndle of Camden, E G Oaborne of Valparaiso. Foster Branson of Kokomo. S A Rothrock of Montloello. Gao Harding of Twelve Mile; H E ttadkey of Philadelphia.' C A Zimmerman of Frankfort 1 W Thompson of Winchester. Ellen J Spencer of Indianapolis. Mrs H J Blaoklidge of Anderson. D Thompson and wife and M S J Payne of Wabaah. Mrs. J. S. May has gone to Chicago on a short visit. _ Mrs. F. A. Miller of Peru, is visit* ing her parents. Miss Carrie Young went to Chicago yesterday on business. Mrs. J R McBane of Indianapolis Is visiting friends here, J. B. Stanley goes to Hebron : 'today to hold a series of meetings. Mrs. Forrest West o'(, Greenbury is visiting her father E. W. Shirk of the West Side. Mr. and Mrs. Wise leave for Cini clnnati to attend the wedding of Mr'. (Vise's niece. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith left for Richmond yesterday afternoon to visit relatives. James Sankey who was a Pan Handle employe fifteen years ago is in the city calling on old Mends. Mr. and Mrs. David Studebaker and Mrs. L. C. Davis of Bluff ton are visit- ngS. W. UUery and family. Mrs. C. D, Maxwell and Misa Nette Tucker of Indianapolis were guests if Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tucker yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. James Beroth and daughter of Warren, ind., are tho' guests of his brother J. J. Beroth.. hey are attending the conference. "Trait Thoie Who H»v« Tried." Catarrh caused hoarseness and diffi- ulty in speaking. It also resulted to a 'reat extent in lost hearing. By the use ;|T'B Cream Balm dropping of mucus as ceased, voice and bearing have reatly improved—J. W. Davidson, itt'y at Law, Monmouth, 111. 1 used Ely's Cream Balm for catarrh nd have received great benefit I elieve it a safe and certain cure, ery pleasant to take—Wm. Frazer, ioohester, N. Y. Price of Ely's Cream Balm Is fifty ents. ' The OK Bnildtnc Torn Down, The old school building that hai erved the Si. Vincent, school for so many yean, Is being, torn down to .jive room .to the modern building recently contracted for. AUGUST WORTH ARRESTED AN EMPLOYE OF TBE PAN" HANDLE, CHARGED WITH THEFT. Freight Pasilng Through the Local Howw UM Been For Many Articles »f V»lue !• the IiMt Blx H«Bih>, and a rart of the Swiff was Fonnt £»t Klcht at the Home of Warth- He !• B*«ntf Over. Will Ran Special Train*. Special trains will be run to the city today f rom Richmond, Muncle, Marlon. Ft. Wayne, Huntlngton, Peru and Wabash. Acute and chronic catarrh, diieases of the throat and ear treated by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m. InfornatloH and Advice. Tomorrow will be AU-Foola 1 day and don't you forget it. The Pan Handle police detective* made what they consider a good find last night and broke up a source of annoyance, the petty thieving that baa been carried on for many month* at the P*n Handle freight offioe without being detected. Articles have been taken from freight packages from time to time, and since January 25th suspicion baa been directed at Gun Worth, who handled a truck on the platform at the freight house, and the detectives think they have a good case against him. He is now in jail. Laat October he went from work on the Bcctloa to the position he held up to last night at the freight house. A pair of tan shoes, missed last January, were traced almost to Mr. Worth, and when it waa discovered that he had presented a relative with two pairs of shoes March 17th, the suspicions of detective John Galla~ gher seemed almost justified. Yesterday evening- the story ended with the search of Worth's home at So, 316 West Broadway, and his subsequent arrest, trial before the Mayor, and incarceration In jail under $500 bond. Worth has a wife and four children, and they were much distressed when ibe officers appeared with a search warrant and went through the house Chief Bradlay of Chicago assisted in the search and the result was the find- og of a small wagon load ot miscellaneous articles, for which the company ong ago paid as "lost in transit." Among the collection were thirty or more psiri of shoes and overshoes of all Izes and grades, twenty-nine fine laridkerchle/s, a dozen pairs of specta- , several pairs of socks, shirts, oats, hats, caps tobacooes, several boxes of chewing gum, blacking. News- photographs, articles of hardware, uchas files, solder, stove hooks, etc., ,nd numerous other small articles. It was an interesting collection. Worth said he had bought some of the shoes at Line Filling's, and that gentleman was allowed to see them. He said none of the foot gear had passed through his hands. When the officers secured the property, they left with the wife, who they claim admitted the articles had been stolen, shoes for herself and her four children. Home-SecKert)' Excaralona South and Southeast via Penutiylvaala tints. Special low rate excursion tickets with twenty day limit will be sold March 5th, April 2d and 30th, from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines to points in Alabamla, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. For details, apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line 'Ticket Agent, or address F. Van Dusen, Chief Assistant General Passenger Agent, Plttsbuag, Pa. It Will Pay You To eee our new and nobby shapes in Stiff and Soft Hf\TS. f All the leading makes. i Beautiful Effects! New Styles! Popular Prices! HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. Temporarily Occupying Fashion Store. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suiting AT 4i8 Market St. Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At WfVLKER 6c Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. Bomrd of Healtit—Xeilee. • In order to facilitate the collection of garbage, householders are hereby notified to look to the condition of their slop barre]8_and garbage boxes. The ordinance provides that the barrels shall be water-tigh i and provided with a cover, and the garbage must be In a dry state. Water must not be thrown in the barrels Tin cans or any miscellaneous rubbish must' .be deposited in a box near the barrels containing the garbage This is a reasonable demand, and it is expected that all citizens will comply as quickly as possible for the sake of the public health and convenience. A. J. HERRMANN, Free. N. W. CADY. Sec'y. FREStt FISH! If you want a fine fresh FISH leave your order with F. W, KINNEY, TEL.EFHONB 172. A fine variety of fresh lake fish received daily. No cold storage goodi£|| W e dress and deliver without extra charge. What 1s the Work of the Kidney* f To remove from the blood its Impurities. The products of cell waste* which have been burned up In sustaining life and giving strength to the lystem. Every particle of blood in the body goes through the kidneys every three minutes, and If these organs are unable to perform their Work fully, sooner or later the system la poisoned. Therefore, "San Jak" ii the indicated blood remedy. . Every person having nervous debility, organic weakness, or falling memory. is entitled to r sympathy of eTery ioneat person, and should have er. tended medical aid such as ia found In •San Jak." Sold by Bea Fisher, druggist Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. S10 BROADWAY- See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method th»t baa eiven -wonderful results, „„ Don't forget that their vapor treatment for all Chronic .Long Troubles aets the remedies to the diseawd spot* and cure* when everything else fails. Call, ard investigate anyway. It ooiti you nothing for consultation. Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, Atjhe Medical ana SnrflicalUnstimte. 417 Market Sf, - - Logansport. Ind.