$7.50 r $7.50. for a $15 Suit. Black Clay Worsted, Blue Cheviots arid Fifty Other Styles! S15.OO SUITS FOR $7.50. Can you realize it? Can you believe it? Over-production the cause, also short of cash. We told you we had made an offer on 5OO suits the surplus of a Chicago Manufacturer. There are about 50 lots of sacks and cutaways, medium long and extra long, fashionably cut. Vhink of it! 50 styles of suits, all wool, all colors. Choice of all $7.50. Just stop a moment in passing our store. We will get out as many different styles as our space will permit, $7.50 for choice of any suit in the lot. $7.50 $7.50 Also 50 Other Styles! $7.5O $7.50 You can't believe it! you can't understand it! $7.50 for choice although sorne are worth $20 and none less than $15. $20 value for 8750 think of it'can you grasp it? Imported Glay Worsted, the real stuff, included in this sale, equal to $30 Custom Made Su.ts for $7 X There are too many C.othin* Stores in L-ogansport. therefore to hold the trade it has taken years to establish, we g ,ve our patrons the above wonderful values. j We Must Do It Or Trade Will Scatter. \ Our March Sale of Fine Suits at $9.50 took like wild-fire. This sale will be ten times greater, because it's right in season and the values are ten-fold. , ! OTTO KRAUS, "OF COURSE." \ It naturally follows that we must reduce the Boy's;and Children's Clothing, Shoes and all Regular Stock in proportion. i sy.Hiio. BALTDIOBK, Md., April 30.—A whole- le movement against the sweat-shop •tern was inaugurated here Tuesday rninjr. Thirty-three hundred mem- ,,^vs of the Garment Workers' union '•went on strike and their notion is like- By to bo followed by more than 5,000 -trousers and vest makers. Those who Tuesday are coat makers. Frloi of shoes Advitnced. YORK, April 30.—Retail shoe iiealcrs have beeu notified by jobbers manufacturers that prices for -fall " will be about 23 per cent, higher for the last two years. This is that a S3 shoe will cost S3.75 and Jatt ahoe $5. The leather trust, which <''«ntrol8 the" market in hides, is rc- ' gponsible for this advance. -.;''.'• 3fo«-l Plen to Avoid T»l««. ;' METSIAPOLIS, Minn., April 30.—A .«Mdal frow Mason City, la., says: «*n int«res«4n« point with 'reference to th« lax Jii" oome TO> bore. The " ~ MERIT i» the chwactw- . Udc of Hood's Sarsapaiilla. It ; -CHW even after other preparations M. 'CM Hood's and ONLY HOOO T 8. City Bricfc nnfl Tile company, In mafcing its return, claimed exemption under ilio supreme court decision, asnll'lts Income was derived from real estate in thi< shapo of brick and tile. Tlio collector refused to allow the exemption, anil too point may .bo referred to the courts." Tiro -Ye»rt* In a Mexican dull. Crrr OF MEXICO, April r 30."—Robert Knox, the American who has been imprisoned in lielem for two years, is again at liberty. The accused and hia wife were arrested for passing- worthless drafts on a New York bank. Mrs Xnox died in jail. INSURGENTS ROUTED. Spanish Troop* dnd Cubnu Rebel* In Unt- ile—I,oMM on Doth Sides. GuJCfTAX.OfO, April 30.—It is reported that a. column of government troops •under Col. Copellos made an attack Monday upon a band of insurgents TOO strong under command of the ret*! leader Maceo, killing 1 nine and wounding a large number of the revolutionists. The government forces had two killed and five wounded. Kloterm to He Arreited. M-VBQX7ETTE, Mich., April 30.—Eight men are known to have been seriously hurt in Monday's riot at the ore dock*. Officers are preparing papers for the arrest of the leaders m pursuance of an order of the circuit court enjoining them from unlawfully interfering with Flynn, McCartland and O'Mera in performing their contracts to trim ore vessels. Charges of contempt of court and deadly assault will be made against thirty men and 'arrests will be made as soon as papers can be prepared and served. Ex-Mayor Grant Married. TVASnl>-GTOJf v April 30. — Althoug-H the fact cannot, be Dositivel.v stated. SUFFJSK UNTOLD THOUSANDS OF WOMEN BRADFIELD'S Female Regulator, ACTS AS A SPECIFIC Bj Arousing to Health? Action ill her Orgus. ltCmu Hefcltk t» BI«ow. tot* Joy to roiiKkoat the JBntln fr*me. IT MEYER FAILS TO REGULATE. "Hj-witf hu been undor trt«lm«E(:of leading phy- *tclftA» thr«« yeAr«, wiibout ben«tlt. , 'After usiiir three bottle* of BUDFIIWI noULK mxuTOK «t« " ,. S. S. BUT AS i . Headenoa, Al». BK1DFIELD BEGUUTOB CO., 1TLUTU, CLU tf Sold bj drncgKU »t KM p«r bottl*. owing to the impenetrable veil' of mystery thrown about it by the family, there is every reason to believe that tbe marriage of ex-JJayor Hugh J. Grant, of >"ew York, and Miss Julia Murphy, daughter of the IS'ew York senator, took place at the appointed hour of noon Tuesday. 'The license was secured early during the morning. Folnom Agr»ln ArresKd. Ar,BrrqtnEEbtrK, 2f. M., April 30.— "When S. M. Folsom, now of Chicago, the banker who is charged with wrecking the Albuquerqtre national bank and the oS'ew Mexico Savings Bank & Trust company, stepped from a passenger train Monday night from the east Deputy United States Marshal Knieht placed him under arrest on indictments recently found here by the United States grand jury. Tot« to AtxUUh. TJl«m»elTM. Bosioy, April 30. — The board of aldermen voted to petition the legislature to abolish their body as a branch of the city government. This extraordinary action was the ontjfrowth of that of the senate in passing a re•mod charter under which the mayor's appointments will not. be subject to the confirming gower of the aldermen. Not Guilty. ^ POINT. Ind, April 30.—Andrew Eoney, who killed George Smith at Whiting. March 19, by -hitting him over the head with a beer, bottle, was acquitted by a jury at this place, FatulJy Burned. ^"DIA^JU'OIJS, Ind.,'April 30.—John. Herron, formerly a real estate dealer in this city, was fatally burned in a lodging-house in Los Angeles. Cal His niece was also severely burned. 1 ^ ————— Deatb ot W. W. Borry. VcfcKS^-zs, Ind., April 30.—E.^-State Senator W. W. Berry, aged 72, died at his home in this city. He was president of the Knox County Agricultural association. Will Xot Now CHICAGO, April 30.— The income tax injunction of Siegel, Cooper & Co., which was to have been argued before Judge Showalter in the federal court Tuesday morning, has been indefinitely, posponed. The re-opening 1 of the income tax issue by the supreme -court was the cause of the postponement. • In- Trying to Fix th« Wac« Scale. XBBRE HAUTE, Ind., April 30. diana bituminous operators and miners met in joint conference Tuesday morning, and after a short but heated discussion of tbe general questions of reductions of the wage scale, decided to appoint committees to discuss the ques- Monny Cp for tbe I»lc YoitK, April 30.—Joe Vendig, manager of the Florida Athletic club, has put up S3,000 to g-uarantee the club's ability to handle the fight between Corbctt and Fitzsimmons. The time and place will be named July 1. A Hop, Skip mod Jump. An athletic caper, ol IMS sort would scareelj- be considered indecorous In one, even ot mature age and sedate bablte, Impelled thereto by excess of Joy on recovering hlndleestloo ttorougb the Instrumentality o£ Hosteller 1 * Stomach Bltterf, lore- Most among remedies for dyspepsia, t>Ulou«ness ind constipation, a trio of evil* usually found In aoDjnnrtlon with each other. A» the stomach recover* its tone, ud the gastric lulce» are secreted In healthful plenltode throo(h the agency of this superb restontlre, nerrc omc- qattlty, Apjeflte and ileep retnrn, U» body g»U« in substance and the muscles In rigor. For the pretentlon and cure of malarious, rbeumsBc ind klduer trouble the Bitters Is a most direct and throocbgolng medicinal asent. Its effects we fftedllr felt sod comprehemire. ,, m-"
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