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Nothing Is Cheap Unless It Is Also Good.
If every one were a judg’e of what is good and what is not good in merchandise, a great many dry goods stores would be
out of business. Don’t always trust the price; it is very often misleading. If you are a judge of merchandise, look at the
goods first,then the price. We are willing that you should try us that way. We are so confident of being able to please you
that we are going to CHEERFULLY GIVE YOUR MONEY BACK ANY TIHE THAT WE FAIL TO PLEASE YOU.
That will be part of our liberal policy. Poor economy to ask you to keep an article you don’t want, and by so doing lose
your good will. It is by your favor we grow ; without it we are as useless as a fifth wheel to a wagon.
Store Is Making History, and Such Items as the Following are Factors in Its Upbuilding \
COLORED DRESS GOODS.
Wt'n ready for business Everything
I* her* htit a few ex'rimc novelties. If
you buy those, wait for the opening; if
not we're e* ready n..w a we shall bo
One lot of double-width T>res* Oonda,
yield* and fanrle*, worth ISr, at 10c.
Double-width Fancy Plaid*. aatln
imjef. 12'*c, Instead of lie.
M-tnrh Nov'lty l>rcaa Good*, aold ev
er* - WhfT* nt 2.V, IN .
M-tnch All-Wool ladle*' Cloth, lie value,
41- Alt Wool ZlMllnes. worth 66e.
The** are heavy enough for tailor-made
gown*. the beat poaatble attiff for hard
wear and poor! look*; In all the popular
mixtures, nt t9r.
M-Inrh English Ladles' Cloth all rolora
-62' worth 95r.
M-hirh 7.lWllne pehhle Cheviot. Venetian
and Victoria Cloths, In the much-sought
for paetel ehade*. extra value*, at 11.25.
51 . *1 To h yard
A*k to ace our Ralnette Cloth, guaran
teed absolutely waterproof nnd like matt
of our goods aro not to be *ccn elsewhere;
In prey nod brown mixture*. Jua\ suited
for ralny-day skirts.
42- Tllark All-Wool Cheviot and
Btorm Btfgc, T.V' value, nt 4$C
46-lnch French Imperii*! Her**. fiV vnlue.
42-Inch Bln- k Fnjrllsh Preponn In the
nw effetMe. *lnewhere $1 v here at Mr.
54-lnch Rlnck Wool t’heviot. extrn qual
ity. never oM urnler tl M. thi* ws>k ?#•*.
M-inch Pebble t’hevlot. $1 M kind, at 9*c.
&4-lnch Black French Br>dc|oth nnd
Venetian t'loth. $1.25 vnlues, t W .
One !oj of the flm*t Silk nnd Wool r*re
ponn. thev are SI.BO. |1 7.'*. t 2 Of) q inlltlrjt. nt
A Inrire crtWectlon of Rough Pehhln
Cheviot*. ZlWllne. Hroadrloth*. Victoria.
And BnrntoffH Hulling* nt 91 25. 11.50, $1.75
and 12 An
P. T. FOYE.
—^sssiYA/ilI Announce the- Date of Our Formal Opening in a Few Days.^-
OCTOBER IN THE CHURCHES.
DEVOTION* Hill THE MONTH RKT
korth i> ixrrroi h% iiimi
liefer* in tlie I njust Spoliation of
Ihr August Mend of I h I huerb.
nnf IllrnrU Thai Prayer hr Held
to the A train Thai nu End Vat bo
Ma*i to "These Maat Ktllt.''
land for Galveston Sufferer* l ol
loolril In Ibo IMoerse imnunlrd to
•*tlo, of Wliirb tbo rtnvannati
t hurehe* Gave gild.
Bishop Henjamln J. Krilry ha* Issued
the following encyclical letter, which will
be rrsd ator| it y In nil the ltoman Catholic
Churches of Georgia:
"In the encyclical leltcra of Bept. 1. 18*3.
•ltd Ana. . 18M, our moat holy father.
J'tV Leo XIII. warmly recommended |he
recitation of the Holy Horary, and by
iMs command, on Atut. 30, the aacrctl
congregation of rltea decreed, that, so lon*
•a the unhappy condition of the church,
particularly wMh regard to the unjust
■pollatlon of the august head of the
church, continued; the faithful should hr
Induced to have recourse to Ihe hit rued
and Immaculate mother of our Hcdeetner.
that by her powerful and gracious Interces
sion with Her Divine Son, our laird and
Saviour Jn.ua Christ. nn end might at
la*t he put to these monv evlla.
"By a tubiequrtit encyclical, our holy
father har ordered that to there devotlona
•o the Mother of (Sod, which ore to lie
observes! during each month of ffetober.
abort: ahould le tolded a prayer to 81.
Joseph, of which you luivc a copy.
"We, therforc, ordain that from the first
•lay of October until the second day of No
vember. both Inclusive, In every church
where there Is a resident priest, ns well as
In chattels of communities where ihe holy
aacrMoe Is daily offered, the five decade*
of the Holy Horary, the Litany of Our
lileaesd lastly and she prayer to HI. Jo
seph l> dully said by the priest with the
"In virtue of permission Riven by our
holy father, the resor* may. If they deem
It prudent, have dally exposition and l>en
edlctlon of the blessed sacrament, anil
during the exposition the aforesaid pray
ers may he recited; otherwise they will he
said during the holy mass each day as
' Since the special reasons, which have
moved our holy father In prescribing
these devotions, are to Implore God to put
an end to the almost Insupportable evils,
with whlchmirholy mother, thechurrh and
parttrularly her chief pastor, are afflicted;
our people should be Instructed to have
*u h Intention In view during October.
"It Is thirty year* to-day since the un
just and entirely unprovoked spoliation of
the Holy Bee took place, and Ihe King of
Hardlnta, who waa the beneficiary of this
theft, has long since been judged by the
X-ord. whose vicar on earth, the great and
good Plus IX, he made a prisoner.
"As of old, Barabbas whs preferred to
t'hrlst. The son and successor of that
Hiirdlnbm King was murdered but a short
"Kvlls and misfortunes have followed
the Sardinian monarchy from that fated
Rept Jl, I*7o.
"Asa result of the forcible occupation
of Rom* by the Piedmont soldiers the
Pop* cannot, with entire freedom, commu
moat* with hi* children throughout the
Christian world Religion it outraged al
•* dally and her minister* tnnulted.
"Pull freedom ts given to those who tn
•ult end every obstacle la placed In the
way of thoe* who defend the faith and Ita
"It R utterly abherraet to Catholic sen-
. FALL SILKS.
Bilk*. like dreen fr<*o<l. nre ready for
eerhoun buntneM" only a fen of the most
rlnbornte htive not romr.
22-lnrh TaffetaH.lk In twenty-five differ
ent coloring# all allk and well nulled for
lining And waDt*. nt 39c, regular price
2n-inch All Hllk Black Batin T>n hen*, a
very high finl*h. and can nafely pay never
tun been -M under 75c; this week, or as
long a# it last#, at 68c.
26-Inch Heavy Black Batin Duchess,
warranted all Milk arid SI.OO value, nt 7fc.
22-Inch Heavy Black Peau de Bole Bilks,
at s7c. worth $1.15.
A full line of Evening and Street
Bhfidce In Pratl de Hole, $1.25 value, nt tsc.
Black Taffeta Bilk that Is guarantee*! nt
•Rc, worth $1.50. %
See our display of Novelty Hillui. exclu
sive styles, 75* to $2.00.
Here they nre. the dashing. effective.
dalMy. exquisite thitip* which make a
dre** or spoil It. It will be hard to spoil
a Are** with *uch pretty thing* as we
show. The fall stock haa just been mede
complete, and we have never aeen better.
Th# now ones nre rolling In faster than
we can ahow them. From now on fill
r*hr!stmns ench day almost will see new
l*adles* White Hemstitched at Bc.
Dadies’ White Embroidered aed I .see
lai<lles* Pure Dine Hemstitched. 15c.
Novelties in Embroidered and Dace. 25c.
timent tlmt th* Buprenv* H<wl of tt**
Church should iubJriNt to *uch treat
ment hi the hntxlfl of the Sardinian Uurp
"What woukl be the condition of affairs
If Italy Ivname cmbrottwl In a war with
mmo European power? What guarantee!*
woul<l (’ailmllifi have of the security of
ihe Viosr of Chrlal?
"Wi are apt to forges the condition of
afTuira In the Eternal City, where truly
the *alM>mination of desolation*’ htf
found h place under Sardinian protactioii.
"Itct uh take ndvamag** of the gn lou
privilege extended by Our Holy Father
anil have reeoiimc to Her of whom the
Vicar of Her Bon truly says:
"W know Dm! In the maternal good
nees of the Blessed Virgin there 1m pro
parA for us a nure refu#e Not In vain
have we plated our hope In Her. If n
hunlrd times in the great erlres of th*
Church. She has unfailingly heeit at hn<t.
how ran we now lou:>l that Hhe will
again give token of Her power and teiuler
neer. when from all aides the humble,
constant prayers of the faithful are wl
- Her? We may eVen believe
that Her nWI when it does cotne will
so much the moro sigmil a Hhe has seem
ed slow In conferring it.”
‘To induce a greater fervour In comply
ing with these commands, the Holy Father
has opened the treasure* of the Chur* h
and a plenary Ivntulffene* to ts
gaimvl once, by those who have attended
such devotions, t len*t ten times, pro
vlded they omidy with the usual condi
tions of confession, holy communion and
prayers for the Intention of His Holiness:
besides He has granted partial Indulgences
for each recitation of the Rosary, Litany
and prayer to Bt. Joseph.
“Will you. Rev. Father, kindly read this
letter to your !*eof|e and exhort them to
listen to the voice of the One who hat
received from Our Lord Himself, the mis*
slon of reaching tho whole flock of t'hrlst.
Hnl by providing for the faithful suitable
opportunity for carrying out the will of
ihe Holy Father, you will enable them to
unite during the coming month with all
their brethren throughout the world In
petition to the Great Head of the Church
above, so that Ills Heart my Ik* moVed
by Mary’s prayers to pity our miseries
and bring us relief.
”In the early days of the Church, the
first Pope was deprived of his freedom,
’hut prayer was made without ceasing by
ihe Church unto Hod for him.’ (Acts XII.
•V> Let us imitate this example find gain
a like reward. Your servant in Christ.
RenJ. J Kelley.
Rlshop of Savannah.
Savannah. Ga . Bept. 20. 1500.
Purine the rwk. Ih<> Rlehop fnrwor.lcl
u> Galveston the sum collected throughout
the diocese for the relief of the aulfrmr
It amounted to gw
Of thin amount the Savimmli Churches
contributed • follow*:
Cathedral fi*t no
M, Patrick's a) or*
Hacred Heart 000
Total s*,!3 00
The work on the finishing* of the Cathe
dral of Ht. John the Kaptlst are now all
but finished, and niny le enllrely com
pleted .luring the present a*-k I’rcp.i
tatlou* for the dedication ceremonies are
also going forward rapetl\ This le |*ir
llcularly true of the musical pajt of the
programme A choir of fifty voices limb r
the direction of Mr Frank K Rebarer.
choirmaster. has been practicing now
twice a week for several weeks, and dur
ing the present week an orchestra of
about fifteen Instruments will be added
to tha choir and rehearsals will be con
tinued by both until the cburch Is dedi
cated on Oct. SJ.
Met bod tot.
At Wesley Monumeptal Church eervtc*
will be held at 11 o'clock a m , and at
tJS p m., conducted by Rev. Ed. F. Cook,
THE MOKNING NEWS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1000.
Real Kid Gloves, Foster, hook nnd two
clasp, in all the le idlng shade* nnd black,
at 75c. sold everywhere for SI.AO.
Ask to see Foye’a leader, the best
French Kid Glove made for the money,
and every pair guaranteed, $1 00.
Children's Fast Ilia, k Seamless Ribbed
School Hoe, 10c.
I,adle*' Fine Gauge Fast Black, double
heel* and soles, worth air. at lie.
Ixidlc*' Fine Gauge Hermsdorf Dy#
Black Hose, high spiked heels, three pairs
l.adlea' Black I.tale Thread Hose, lacs
* effect, high spliced heel and double soles,
value 35,. at The.
ladles' Fancy Hose In Seri pea, plaids
and Polka Dots, extra values, at 26c.
Here la a bargain:
We will pul on sale to-morrow a largo
lot of Manufacturers' Samples of Ears
Curtains, some of which represent cur
tain* retailing a* high as Is and |lO, your
If we had time we might sort eh*m out.
ask *o much for one kind and so much for
another Glad we haven't; It makes bet
ter bargains for you.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Mr. Ilanktrmon. who has charge of this
department, when asked ntmut an ad. said,
judging business be was doing,
that there was no doubt that the public
had found out that this is the best Furni
ture an*! Carpet Hi ore In the South. He
has been working night and day. lit re aro
two ipeotala for hi# w**#*k
White KmtmH Hr*** Trimmed Bed. In
cluding spring, nt $5.9k.
Tapestry Brussels Carpet, made, laid
and lined, at 49* .
the pastor. The theme of the morning ser
mon Is of vivid Interest ani vital Import*
• nee to the church and congregation. All,
therefore, are urged to be present. The
subject of the evening sermon will be.
’’Bible Knowledge Necessary to the Well
being of the Individual and the Nation ”
A study of this subject will be of s|eclMl
value to young men and young women.
The Sunday School will meet at 5 p. m.
Tho hagtn* meeting and prayer meeting
will Ih- held on Wednesday at 8:15 p. ni.
Beginning with Oct. 9. the league devo
tional kervlcea will i>e held on Tuesday
n ghts The Junior Bpworth League will
meet on Friday at 6 p. m A rally, reun
ion and hh ‘.wi of the settlor league will
la* held on Friday nights (Out o) In the
le igue room and ls ture hail of the
church. Memlters of the Kpworth laesgua
are Invited to come and bring tlielrS
At to-dfiy’s serx’lces the quartette choir,
composed of Mrs N. J Ackerman, so
ptano: Mrs. 11. K. Crittenden, contralto;
Mr \l A Reaves tenor; Mr E. K
ITemvnond. basso, Mr. Samuel I*. sjow,
otgatdst ami director, will give the fol
lowing music; Voluntary, morning ser
vice, Inidley Ruck’s festival Te I*eum In K
flat. Kvetiing service. "Ye Fields of Light”
trio, soprano, contralto and bass, by Mil
let. Offertory morning service, "Songs of
Praise the Angel* Sang.” duet, soprano
and baritone, bv Hornier. Mrs. Ackerman
and Mr Demmond At the even
ing service Mr. Reaves will sing
the tenor aria. "And I. John. Saw
the Holy City,” from the oratorio "Inher
itance Divine,” by Harry Howe Shelley.
Divine services will he condu t*d at
Ttinty Church by the |astor. Rev. Ra
com Anthony, at 11 o’clock a. m., and 8 15
p. m A twenty minute song service will
precede the sermon at night. The Sunday
School will meet at ' p. in. The Kpworth
League will meet Wednesday right. 8 n.
Prayer meeting will be held on Thursday
night at 8 o’clock All services will be
held in tho Suii kiy School room.
At Grace Church Rev. (MgMMI F C**ok,
pastor, there will be services at 11 o’clock
a. m. and at 8 p itv Rev. Dr J. A. Thomp
son. presiding elder for the Savannah Dis
trict. will preach at the morning s. r
vlcc nrsl Rev. J. A. Smith at the evening
Tin hour for the evening service ha*
been * hangc*! from ll' to K o'clock.
The services at Ihe Kcventh Street
Methodist Church will he held at 11 o'clock
. m and at * *> p. m
At the morning service Pastor J. A.
Hurt'll will, by special reqiie-q of Ihe Y.
M C. A., preach on "Tlie Htble; Its Au
thenticity, .and Inspiration." Member* of
the Y. M. C. A ate cordially Invited to
attend thl* service. At night Ihe presiding
elder of the Ravannah district. Rev. Dr.
J A. Thompson, will tUI the pulpit.
The Hunday School will meet at 4
o'clock. The Junior Kinsrorth Is-igue
will meet on Tuesday evening at S o lock.
i,htle w "Isove Feast - ' will be held on
Thursday at I p. m
The congregation* of Christ .and Bt.
John's ("hull he* will worship tt 81. John's
Church at 11 o'clock, a. m.. when the reg
ular service will be conducted, aid at tl
p. m.. when evening prayer* will !• read
The Sunday 8- bool* of Ihe two churches
will mid at 5 o'clock at their respective
places of gathering. On Wednesday at <1
p tn. there will be evening prayer at 8t
John , Church. All services will be con
ducted by Rev. L. C Birch.
At Bt. Pauls Episcopal Church there
will be holy communion at 7:10 o'clock a
m . at which Rev. L. C, Birch will off!
elate, and evening service at 8:30 o'clock,
which will be conducted by Mr. Hunter.
The Sunday School will meet at S.
Set vices will be held at St, Michael'*
Chapel at 11 o’clock it rn and at 8 p n
by tlw rector. Rev. F Juny The Sun
day School will meet at the usual time.
At the First Baptist Church Rev Dr.
John D Jordan, pastor, services will be
held at 11 o’clock a. m. and at H..V> p. m.
The pator will preach at the morning
hour, and Rev. W D. King, formerly of
Ha\annth. hut recently of China, will
preach at night. The Sunday Scltool will
met at the usual hour
At the Duffy Street Baptist Church
services will he conducted by the pastor.
Rev. Robert Van Deventer at II o'clock
a m . and at 8:30 p. ni
The siihj* cl of tlie morning sermon w ill
he "Rome Things for Which We ought
to be Ashamed.” At the evening service
the subject f the setnion will be "Hkved
by Ills Life.”
Tlie Senior P. Y T I*, will have Its
conquest missionary s rvices at o'ckx*k
a m. The Juniors will meet at 4 p. m..
and the Bible School at & p m.
The regular services at the Botithsble
Baptist Church will la* conducted by the
pastor. Rev D. H Kdenlb Id at 11 o'clock
a tit., and at 8 pm. The Sunday School
will meet at 4 p m Th* weekly prayer
meeting will he held on Wednesday even
Fresh y terlait.
The usual services will 1m held at the Tn
dtp* talent Presbyterian Chur’h at 11 .
in. and R:ir p. m., by the isistor. Sunday
Sdiool at r p. m. Dr. Fair has returned
fr*n a very pbasant vacation, which was
spent In Washington, New York, Sarato
ga :uwl Quebec. During th* six Sundays
he was away he preached eight rime*, be
sld4*s M*e iking at prayer meetings and de
livering a Y. M. C. A. address.
At the Second Presbyterian Church, cor
ner Barn aril a ltd Anderson si reels, ihe Rev.
J. T. H, Watte of l>orcheg|er Ga., will oc
cupy the pulpit both morning and even
ing Morning. 11 o'clock: evening. 8 :a>. in
the evening. Rev. J. T 11. Waite will give
"A Blackboard Talk ” Subject "Now I
Lay Me lown to Bleep.” All arw cor
At the Lutheran Church of the Ascen
sion services will tw held at 11 o'clot-k h
m and at 8:15 p. m. The |instor. Dr. W
C. Schaeffer, will preach. The mld-we*>k
ly service will bo held on Wednesday nt
4 p. m.
At St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Rev M
J Kptlnc. pastor, there will be a morning
service at 11 o'clock. Sunday School at
5 |. m.. and evening service at 8:15.
At the Christian Churb (Disciples of
Christ) Rev. W. R. Rowland will preach
at 11 o'clock a m and at 8:30 p. m The
Christian Endeavor meeting will Is* held
nt 8 p. m The niid-wcck service will tv*
Wivli rvliix it h v n m . with an
address by Pastor W F. Watkins.
Homan i atliullc.
At the Sa rel ijeari Church services to
day will be as follows: First mass at 6JB
o'clock a. m . second mass and be noil lo
tion at 9
Commencing with Monday, Oct. 1. the
Rosary will be recited during the mass.
Yonng Men's Christian Aaaoetatlnn.
What promts • to be a vrry enjoyable
aervloa will take place at th# Young
Men’s Christian Aaioclatton this after
noon at 4 o’clock The speaker will be the
new pastor of the Duffy Street Baptist
Church. Rev. Rnbt Van Deventer Hla
eubject will be "Hew to Htudy the Bible "
The music will be led bv the orchestra
under the direction of Prof. E- E. Wood
MB Ladles' Shoe*, lace or button. he,l
and spring heel, at 61 A These are cheap
at 62.00. *
We are sole agents for the Ladles' Ultra
Shoe at 6260.
Tou may or may not know that we
carry the moat complete line of Men'a
Underwear, Shirts and Hosiery, always
at bargain prices.
No* 7 and 9 All-Silk Rtbbona in a full
line of colorings, at 6c yard.
No. *0 Fancy Striped and Corded Rib
bon*. fullv worth 35c. at 15c.
lal*y Ribbon, all colors, 60-yard spool,
Hlgek Velvet Ribbon, 15c a holt.
Near Silk Linings, In all colors, at 15c.
Brush Binding. 340.
2fti-yard Silk-Cord Spool Cotton, black
and white. 2c.
Anew department with tl*. but sure to
be sucrcssful * evidenced by th# many
exclamations heard at the counier the
past week as to the superior qualities and
beautiful designs at such remarkably low
Heavy Side Comb*. Iftr.
Extra Heavy Pompadour Comb*. IV.
Empire Combs. In all the newest shapes,
Tortoise Shell Hair Set* ML and 7Sc.
Thoth Brushes with Curved, Pointed
and Straight French Bristles, at 10c, 15c,
hams. organist of 8t John’s Church,
Messrs Conner*t and Wlcgand will play
u violin duet.
Services will he held at the First Church
of t’hrlst. Scientist. II a m Subject of
sermon. "Are DHcase and Death Real?”
Sunday Bchool I.' m. Wednesday 83 p
m. Metrnfoiitan Hall, corner Whitaker
nt i l*reidnt ItfSlt All arc in\tn 1
At Rt. Benedicts Church services will
he as usual First mass at 8:50 o'clock a
m. Becond mass and benediction at St
C LI4SK* FOR 111 III.L STt DY,
I'rngrsmmf l*y the loang Men’s
t hrlsflnn \ssorlntlon.
The Young Men's Christian Asmv iatlon
has l*ern given n unuMial op|ortunity
for the promotion of Bible study among
young men. Home of !•* elements are: The
material equipment. Its buildings, with
1 c as- rooms arranged as If for the pur
l*o. Tlie executive force. Its men train
'd, If not to teach, at least to organise;
the traditions of the association In favor
of devoting the largest measure of atteti
| tlon to Bible stud). From the beginning
the esscciatl- ns have been recognised as
! building upon thl* foun iatlon. and have
been committed to the lllhle as the cor-
I Wf stone of their work. The character of
I the work of the association encourages
I Hi* assignment of first plu ** to Bible
■ study. The association's main oitn, L thu*
nrotitoted and ln>idred.
The help derived from the successful ex
|erieica of the educational d-partment of
I the associations Is not stbell. The study
<f the field, the orKtinxatio?i of a s l*n
tlttc plan of e lucation the adoption of the
principal of competent Instruction, and
;.ad*d work for a similar <*Uss of men
i In he educational department, have made
tin* work oi the Bible study department
on iatgc and broad lin e compaftttlvely
The !nterd*n min itlonal character of the
as-'Oi latlona. standing as they do as rep
resentative of all the evangelical Inter*
e ts In the community, is another element
In opportunity. Insuring broad unaectci
rian ahd undlsiaitatloua atudy of the
s i Ipture . 1 lie <ism> *latlon* liav e means
• r access to the Christian public which
have teen Krant.*.i to f.*w organisations.
' r h* moral and tinanclnl support of this
I public has been given to the enterprises
of the association in mii unusual degree,
nnd there Is no phase of Its work that
wiil command a larger tnea-ure of thia
support than the Bible study department.
The Clas es off. r.d this year are:
Htudie* n Faith and Conduct-Instruc
tor, Rev. B Anthony, Tuesdays. 8:30 p m.
Indu five M Kly t.y Books— laike and
Psalms Instructor. HeV. Arthur J Hmlth.
Monday,, t:.TO ( 1 ni.
Mtuily of the !. ..■ of t'ui— ln.truclor,
Hox. V I-’ Walkli e Monday*. *> p. n ,
P*rn*l Work: ChrDt Amonjc Men—ln-
Miti.-tor, Mr. Henry M Johnson. Humlaya.
Hoy*' Cl.l**: Life of Chrl.t—lnetrur.or,
Mr. J. C. Hluke. Ketuntoy*. 12:30 p. m
The work conducted by the Youn* Men'*
ChrDUan AMoelatlon tor boy* l * very
Important department of aeeorlatlon e(f,,rt
The ohj*.-t of thl* de|4rim<ni I* to * U p
plement th* work olj home, rhiirrh and
•cliool for th* •plritul m ntal *ni phy*-
tcat devet’ptn nt of the boy. It ta for boy,
b'wrr th* ac*a of U and If
The work hat been orcanlted to halp
narenta tn th* moat critical period of th*
boy'a Ilf*—the time of Imp eaalon* and
Th* xymnaelum I* where ih* boy* r*v*l
In tbetr praacrlbed hour* Th# uerclaea
Rublier Dressing Combs, eight Inch#*
Cutlcur, Soap. 15c.
t ardlnal Rose Soap. se.
Extra Large Sue Cake Pure Glycerine
One doaen cakes Colgate's Turkish
Bath Snap. 3Sr.
Violet Toilet Water, per bottle. 62c.
Full line of Perfumery, Powder, Lav
ender Salta etc.
Patent leather Belt* at Jsc
Patent Leather Bella, with pulley
Tinsel Belts with Gilt Bucklea. 76c.
Black Velvet Bella with Ttnael Edges,
Both Avstilng and street bonnet* hnv
fveupied th* attention of Mrs. <*©;*leiv
All the luts advice* from Parti md New
York have been c losely considered In the
lrodu<‘t of every ileidgr The prlues at
which the beautiful collection will be
*<k! are not as millinery prlcea ordlnaritly
go. hot on (he * lose-margln plan aa the
new store figures them.
Properly laundered and well-taken care
of. good linens will outlast the cheap,
trashy forte many times over. And good
linen goods are not expensive these days—
at leats not at the New Store, as theta
prices will show:
ls-lnch Twill Crash Toweling, not 6c but
1..1 rite Sire Bleached Huck Towel, ex
tra value, at sr.
>x3H All-Linen Huck and Damask
Towe a. the 15c kind, at 10c
22x 44 All-l.lncn Huck and Damask Tow
els. 25c quality, at 'ft - .
56-Inch Bleached Table Damask, else
where 25c, her 19c.
are *uch a* to hulid up a at row: and welt
rounded body. The hoya nlao ptay ucn
name* a* Indoor baseball, basket ball,
three deep, taic, elu* passing, etc.
After the gymnasium elasee*. the boya
have the privilege of usiwr the ahower
and tub hath*, the aeaovtatlon furnishing
soap and towel*.
The hoys have also th# ue of the read
ing room ond library, both of which con
tain some exc. 11. nt reading matter. The
tin ml. r-iilp In Ihe junior department la
15 a year.
C AUS A UR ASIDE.
% Rained City of the \nelent As.ee*
From the Philadelphia Led*er.
Not far from the little town of Casaa
Grand*. In Arizona, are the ruins of n
city so ancient .hat there 1* to-day no
tradition to leM of Its detained grandeur
and Its terming millions of Inhabitant*
Th* oldest living inhabitant* can on y
offer vague theotlea ga to the origin of
this ancient city ami the people who
hullded It, while the half-breed Mexican or
stoic Indian gives for hi* answer a shrug
of the shoulder ami a shake of the head.
Taking the stage coa h for Flori n**a
ami Plr.al. or If his purs— can stand the
stialn. securing a rig from a nearby liv
ery stable, the traveler bids adieu to th*
little station of Cassa Grande, which, by
the way. Is on the "Romhern Pacific.”
and riding along on the plains which
stretch to the northward, he very soon
see* the stately ruins of a solitary castle
rise before lilm. This building Is Casaa
Grande, "the Grand Castle." which give*
It* name to the railroad station and the
I'pon near a|g>roach. this structure Is
found to be the roofli-.-* ruins of a large
three-siory building. The walls are very
thick and made of wlobo (large sun baked
bii k*l. which. In any oilier region, woukl
crumble In a few years, hut which. In the
dry atmosphere of Arizona, endure for
aces. For what purpose this building was
originally constructed Is n matter of
much conjecture. S.ne hold that In this!
building tho unhappy captive* of a hv- I
gone race dreamed away a long Imprlson
ment. but there tom, to be nothing about
the ruins lo substantiate this view, a* 1
Caro arc no underground dungeons, ami :
tho rooms are entirely 100 spacious. The |
only theory which seems to he at all sub
stantiated is that It was the seat of gov
ernment of that ancient city.
1 l lt mr * i maizlva walla, it* im-!
tnense el*, and the vastness of lie rooms
ill -uggest that In Its pH Inn da.va It was
um.l for no other purpoec thwn the hold
ing of slate conclaves. Ilow many want
Were Planned, how many victims con
demned, Is a mailer which history can
Stretching away from It In every direc
tion are broad atreets and avenue, on
ell her Side of which are block* upon
blocks of shapeless mounds, which mark
the >ll* of the shops and residences of
what was once the city's getive |ciula
•*°n. and this would sc. m to confirm my
theory., for. i all roads lead to Rome,
so all of these ancient streets must have
led to the caidtai.
An aqueduct. which brought water from
the liila river for city use and to Irri
gate th< fertile field* without the gates
' ,r ' tnr miles It also supplied
watrr for a vast artificial lake within the
t'Uv w ills The boundaries of this lake i
are p'.amly distinguishable to-day It |s |
ab",n three squares from the castle, and !
occupies a space equal to about four or- :
dlnsry city square* Doubtless m this
hot, dry country this lake was the avett
ln* gathering place, where the hot and
dusty population eought rest and recrea
t.on from the Creese* of the lake My.
Had* of brilliant esnoes laden with gav
m ' r "men floated upon
It* surface, while all around Us margin
62-tnch Turkey Red Damask, 26c quality,
60-Inch Heavy All-Linen Half-Bleached
Dnmask, good value at 45c. for 29c.
64-lnrh Heavy All-Linen Blewcbed Ta
ble Damask. 69c value, at 49c.
lairge Rise All-Linen Fringed Table
Doylies, worth 76c a doaen. at 50c.
6-9 Bleached Linen Napkins, Ssc quality
3-4 Bleached Damask Dinner Napkins.
31.00 value, at S3c.
72-Inch, worth 6100. at 79a
2-4 Linen Damask Napkins, 62 00 qual
ity. at 61.49.
Here are gome True Trade Winners:
Two cases Genuine Indigo Blue Calico,
Three bales Unbleached Sea Island
Shirting, only 4c.
One case Soft-Finished Bleached Shirt
ing. only 4c.
One case Heavy Ou4lng Flannels, light
and dark color*, only sc.
Two cases Heavy Unbleached Canton
Flamed, only sc,
Two cases Yardwlda Bleached Shirting.
Sc quality, at 64c.
One case Extra Heavy Unbleached Can
ton Flannel, 10<- quality, at 7c.
One case 42-tnch Pillow Cotton, best
I<M Unbleached Sheeting, worth 20c, at
10-4 Bleached Sheeting, worth 22c. at 17c.
Full Site Ready-made Pillow Cates. 9 .
Full Stre Ready-made Sheet*. 39c.
Birdseye Cotton Diaper, ten yards, 43c.
the broad esplanade rang with th Joyous
laughter of the happy brave- and sweet
hearts. If they did not have toboggan
slides, shoot the shutes. m* try-go-rounds,
etc,, nor nibble daintily spoonful* o' he
cream, they had something to take their
pla es. Hist Were just as hilarious, and
probably more free from care than Ihe
thousands who gather in our tanks and
pleasure gardens to-day. /
A peculiar feature of the ruin* of this
ancient mtinh-iimllty is the enormous
quantities of broken potterv which e\.-rv
where cover the ground. One cannot
lak< a step without treading fiagmenia
under hi- feet. A beautiful dark brown
glazed ware of considerable thickness.
How so much pottery could tmve ben
Used In any city Is a mystery, until or#
considers how uncomfortable an enemy
could make |i by breaking a portion of tho
aqueduct and laying siege to the lowbl
To withstand Ibis danger large reset\ol 'a
of this w ire were prolstbiy eonstru t—l
and set up at short distances on <ach
square, nnd all available |oi, full to 'be
brim with the precious fluid. A knowledge
of having plenty of food and drink will
help a man to aland against hla enemies
and drive them from the walls.
As one stands at the portals of the cas
tle and looks out over Ihe streets and
squares, once rift with a busy people, he
cannot suppress a longing lo know more
of the throngs, who trod the streets, ani
were the descendants of this mtghiy pop
ulation are. Were they entirely anni
hilated, or did they betake themselves to
some "far country?" Of this no man can
surely know. It Is probable, however,
from the tokens of civilisation found
within the city's wells, lhat (hla was
once a city of the Aztecs, before they
moved southward and founded the City
of Mexico. He this ae It muy, here at one
time existed a civlltxatlhn of no ma.lo
Rotten Kish a* Pend.
From the Gentlemen's Magazine.
One of the national delicacies of North
ern Russia Is “tresc-a," an appalling dish,
consisting of codhsh caught the previous
summer, and eaten In an advance stage of
decomposition; Its odor alone Is beyond
words. Its taste the writer fortunately
does not known. It Is difficult to stay
long In the loom with It, and yet It I
preferred to fresh meat or flsh, both of
which are cheap and easily obtainable In
most villages, ond obviate the trouble of
drying and rotting, which dried ire sea Im
plies "The poor." says Chi nee lour, "are
very Inntimerahl . and live most misera
bly. for 1 have seen them eat Ihe nlckle
of herring anl other very stinking ttsh;
nor the fish cannot be so rotten but they
will eat It and extoll It to tie more whole
some than other tlsh or fresh meats. In
mine opinion, there ta no thich people un
der the sunne for their hardship* of llve-
No rete who has visited the fish market
of Archangel on a hot summer day will
doubt Master Oianrelour's veracity In
any way. The northern poor live largely
upon this treses, think nothing so good
and yet ate a fairly healthy race. In IW
1 traveled with my Mexenlan servant
Feodor on one of the first trains over the
new line from Archangel to Vologda, ttv*
carriage was heated to exi-aaa by hot
■water pipes, and very soon after start u-'
an overpowering smell was noticeable
After much thought, the cause was dis
covered: Feodor had hrmight. stored in
hts clothes, some considerable quantity
of his beloved trceca. which, from l'
atoms appeared lo he a sample of I fi
ber! of Its kind. Alaa' poor Feodor, at
most in taars. had to part with It -
through tha carriage window
—Enterprise—"l m a lucky fallow. lam
Both my roal-blnt ara running over.'
•'Got coal ft> burn. ehT* "Born! I guest
not | ean't afford to burn It. I'm going
I** ••!! It again "-Clevslsad Plain Pal#r