STRAW HATS Summer Underwear. Man Made Comfortable by.... DEWENTER, The Hatter and Furnisher. Save This Coupon No extra charge for it, but it is valuable. It bares our ^ names, and that will remind you of the necessity of a New Spring Suit. Present this coupon with a nominal sum of money at our store and we will make to your order the handsomest suit of clothes that ever adorned your body. AL. T. YOUNG, THE, FEflRL STRE.ET TfllLOR. OPKHA HOl/'KK. 8, B. PATTERSON, MAJU'JKH. ONE NIGHT ONLY. rednesday, May 15th A Glottom Time. Duncan Clark's FAMOUS FEMALE MINSTRELS 3O Handsome Maidens. A are Event. A Rncy Time. For 11 the Boys. Don't Miss Them, races as Usual. . — — \OLAN'S OPBHA IIOIJSK. / 8, B. Patterson, Uiumger. PRIDAY, MAY 17. oraorflinary Announcement. Return Ingngemont ot the ynvorlte William Morris. In DeillUes Great PlW, 'he ,ost 'aradise! A »r*tt7 plM that appeals to and sur- poMloglyplemeiftlldossesot theatre goer*. Advance sale op»n» ThuM- daymornlns. Prices $1, We, BOo. So. SHS^S'HSS^^S^ 55 " [DAILY JOURNAL. JNESDAY MORNING. MAY 15. '-— — I Hams 9* cents a pound at FoleyV Girl Wanted—At 224 Eel Elver ave- |ue- See Stevenoon & Kllnsiok's cheap bxford ties. I The best made wrappers for the it money—Trade Palace. See our 7So laced Oxford slippers, i lan or hack—Boiton Sample Shoe Flour, 11.50 per 100 pounds. Every Ok guaranteed or money refunded— 'rauit. j Beans In tomato sauce. 10 cent can I cents. 16 cent can 10 cent*, SO cont »n"l5 cents—Foley, 15 and 20 cent wash goods for 6} ents. The sale starts today at the ,_ Hive. Don't miss it. Henry M. Eldson is said to have oretoldthe cold spell tbe weather erk has given out the past few days. Be saw a freckle on the moon. Delbart Gwrett and Willie Keller lave returned. ' They became dls, buragad when they reached Hartford lty and were glad to return home. C. H. Cordell haa renooted from J Center where he has been In _lal estate business with Layne & jne. He Is now located at No. §419 High street. .!The court hit rendered a judgment or the defendant In the suit of Wm Vaguer against ex-Constable J. K rfor the allagtd illegal levy and Jo of furniture. CHASGED WITH THEFT John Galloway of Toledo Street Arr«il«4 on • Beuch Warrant Last Might. Charles Knowlton complained in the hearing of the late grand jury that harness and chickens had been stolen from bis home on the North Side. He did not hesitate to assert that he thought Jobn Galloway bad been connected with the disappearance of the property, and at that time an indictment was returned against Galloway by the grand -jury, the evidence being deemed sufficient to warrant a raking over of that gentleman's recent history. A bench warrant wac yesterday issued for Galloway by Judge Lalry, his turn having come, and last night Sheriff Homburg rend the little doou . ment to Galloway at his home on Toledo street, and he was prevailed upon to take temporary lodgings at the county jail pending an Investigation of the grave charge made against him. ^ A ChrUtlan Rndenvor Social. At tbe home of Mies Bessie Stouffer last evening tbe Junior Endeavorers Of the Ninth street Christian church served Ice cream and cake *o their friends. There was a large attendance, and the sum cleared from the sale of light refreshments was such as to please the Juniors very much. A short program of musical and literary features was enjoyed. Death of Sli«. J. W. Stereos. The death of Mary A. Stevens, wife of J. W. Stevens, occurred Monday at Danville. 111. The body was brought here yesterday afternoon and was taken to the home of John Mack, the father of the deceased, at No. 319 Pearl street. The funeral will be announced later. WorM'i Colombian Eiponltlon Was of value to the world by lllustra ting the Improvements in the mechanical arts, and eminent physicians will tell you that the progress in medicinal agents, has been of equal importance, andas'a strengthening laxative that Syrup of Figs Is far In advance of all others. The Kenneth quarries resumed work yesterday with a two-thirds force of men. The recent shut down wss indirectly caused by the strike at the works of the Illinois steel company. Awarded Highest Honors— World's Fair. DR. BAKING POWDffi MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Cr*p« Cream •«. c Tartar Powder. Fr« tan Ammonia, Alum o, tny other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, • FOUND FOR THE PLAINTIFFS A Verdict Benderad Yenterday Afternoon lo ihe Celebrated Morrison Will Caxe. At Richmond yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock the jury in tbe Morrison will :ase returned ft verdict In "favor of tbe plaintiffs. Yesterday morning the jury asked for additional instructions which were given by Judge Black and to which the defendant's attorneys took exceptions. _ AN ALLEGED DESPOILER George Tinklr, Who«« Unsavory Record Haa Before Been PnblUhed. In Again ArreMied. George Tinkle was taken to the county jail lait night from his home In Boone township by Constables Blnney and Morgan. His wife aocom- panled him. The charge on which he was arrested was preferred by a nine, teen-yesr-old girl of Cutler, who alleges that Tinkle Is the father of her unborn child. She claims that he accomplished her destruction seven months ago. An effort will be made to set tie the case out of court. The complaint wes made by the girl in 'Squire Liing's court yesterday. Grace Herron Is a dwarf, but little over three feet in height. It is stated by physicians that her condition is very serious. George Tinkle is aboutSS years old. He was the central figure last winter In a scrape of a very similar nature. On his wedding day, after ho had procured the license to marry Annie M?, Brookle, nee Parse, who had secured a divorce from her husband, Tinkle's former employer, he was confronted by a young woman from Howard county, who, with her father, asked that be right the wrone be had several months before done her. Tbe mat. ter was settled, and in a day or two the delayed nuptials of Tinkle and Mrs, Brookie were solemnized. Since that time they have changed their location having gone from Shultztown to Mrs, Tinkle's farm in Boone town ship, about one and one-half miles from the county line. About tbe Only Topic, The weather of the last few days certainly knocked the bottom out of balmy spring In a most convincing manner. When the warm and torrid sun made things sizzle and perspire last week It seemed that Ice could not exist except In saw.dust or as a base Imitation. Then,—but tbe detail? are too well known. Tbe smile on 'every thing, froze into a leer. The laugh was against the man who had taken down his stoves. To crown it all, Druggist D. E. Pryor, who watches the weather closely stated yesterday that ice one- eighth of an inch thick had formed during Monday night. There was a change of 43 degrees in temperature in one day. Aihleliea at Kokomfr. An athletic club at Kokoiuo advertised an eight round glove contest for points between Jack Davis of Lafayette and Dick Kerlln of Akron, Ohio. The event was to have been pulled off at Kokomo last night, but the olub failed to raise f25 which it had promised to pay Davis and he refused to do battle. The match did not come off and one hundred and fifty sports were disappointed. la Favor of Roby. Judge Gillette at Crown Point yes. terday, dissolved the in junction against the Roby Breeders' Association. The officials immediately announced that racing will be resumed at Roby next Thursday. _ indlanapolla Kxcnr»lon« via Penn HIIvnnia .Linen. Excursion tickets to Indianapolis will be aoid from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania lines in Indiana as follows: On May 20th and 21st, account I. O. O. F. Grand Lodge and Rebeka Convention, good returning until May 24lh inclusive. Oa May 27th and 28th, good returning until May 80th, account the Grand Lodge F. & A, M. On June 3d and 4th, account the Kolghta Pythias Grand Lodge meet- Ing. Return limn June 6th. inclusive. On June llth and 12th, for the Sunday School Association Convention, good to return until June Hih. 'Inclusive. For details please apply to nearest ticket agent of the Pennsylvania lines. -.Little Trixle." May Smith Robblne and a company Of clever comedians, dancers and vocalists, amused a small, audience lastevening at Dolan's. Miss Rubblns Is as natural and lively as in seasons pact. The parformance of "Trisle" is full of life and sparkle. Hammock* lor the Hllllon*. Call at George Harrison's 617 Broadway and see the largest line of bam- mocks In the city. Prices, from forty cents up. NOW IT'S SHOES! FOR 50c Ladies' patent tip Oxfords. Men's canvas base ball shoes. Misses' fine kid button pat. tip. Child's kid but., spring heel, pat tip.' WORTH $1.00 NEXT! FOR 75c Ladies'tan Oxfords, razor toe. Ladies' kid Oxfords, razor and and square toe. Ladies' fine kid 3 point slippers. Ladies' opera toe slippers, hand turned. Old Ladies' serge congress, the best. WORTH $1.50 NEXT! FOR S2.48 FOR S1.98 FOR S2.98 FOR $2.48 FOR Choice of all Ladies' fine kid button, lace and patent congress, in any style of toe or last you may ask for, all new spring goods except two styles. Choice of all Ladies' fine tan anc black Oxfords or Low Shoes, razor opera, new square and St, Louis in any color or shape made, New spring go-ds except three styles. Choice of all Men's Russia, calf tan, Vici kid, hog skin, patent leather, enamel, cordovan and French calf skin. In all the newest and nobbyest styles. You know we have them. Only four styles reserved out of 100. lace Men's calf congress and hand sewed, all new styles. Men's Russia calf tan.lace.Good- year welt, razor and square toe Men's fine L. A, W. calf bicycle lace. The very best. $150 ——————— NOTE Men's tan lace razor toe. . " calf lace and congress, all styles. Men's calf bicycle bals. " Vici kid, patent tip, lace and congress, WORTH $4.00 $5.00 WORTH $3.00 $4.00 WORTH $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 WORTH $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 •»»m»*«^m«««m»»»»»*m«i WORTH $3.OO f The special line of Men's Suits worth $iO, $15 and $20 advertised to sell at $5 and ,$7.50 continues until May 20 inclusive. These prices are for CASH only, goods charged at regular prices. Sale of both Clothing and Shoes closes Saturday night. We believe you will appreciate our liberality in placing before you at the opening of the Season, upon an advancing market, this choice line of goods at the lowest prices ever quoted. Sale positively closes Saturday.
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