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It will be a Slaughter of Dry , Goods, believe IE -TH every aMcle Ms been
mined to make this the most successful Clearance Sale we have ever had. Pay us a visit. Eyerybody!s doin' it! ; ; .
l:::;iT:r4:-Il t;A -II a new Line of 4 I I tj --.j nti'u:. rrr.:.-: I t ' TiiirrT
Ladies' Lingerie Dresses
V To clean up oiif entlreHne of LINGERIE DRESSES,
prices have been cut In half. . . .
f Special, !ln of , LINGERIE DRESSES In white. ,
regular; $is each f Hr sae price, $5.50 each;
A NEW LirtE OF . '
Ladles' Siik Petfeoilts
In Black, (rayf Navy, Lavender, etc.
REGULAR, $60 EACH y SALE, PRICE, $3.50
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
AT BIG DISCOUNT
Special lot of 200 dozen in Black, White, Tan and
Fancy. . :. , ". m :
REGULAR, 65c PAIR 4 J ,i SALE PRICE.35c PAIR
v" 1 1 '.u; t f.t v j. v v
' MM USLIN S U N D E R WE AR
Inexpensive Lace' Curtains
NOTTINGHAM and SCOTCH NETS in White and
Ecni. :: , ',.;ixvx'- ' - v. . ..
Regular $1.25 -Regotar
$1.75 - .
Regular $20 - .
Regular 340 X -v-X
r Regular $30 .. .
Regular $7jOO frr'irii'
: Sale Price, $ .C3
Sale Price, 51.23
; Sale Price, tl.73
Sale Price. C2.C:
Sale Price, t2.r :
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Sale Price, l.Zi
Silks and Satins
JAPANESE SILKS All thadet; regular, $X5d yard; tale price. .
: .MES$ALINES-18 inches wide;"fegular, $ .65 yard; sale price. . ,
X MESSA LINES -36 Inches wldej regular, $1.25 yard; sale price. . .
CREPE DE CHINES Regular, $1J25 yard; sale price. . . .
PEAU DE SOJE Regular, $1.90 yard; carerlce . .
X PEAU DE SplEReguiar, $15 yard; sale -price X . . . . ....
SILK REPPS-Reguiar, 65c -yard; tale'
. j,$ .40
. . . .$lJp
ON SALE ABOUT HALF PRICE
EDGINGS 1 to(6 inches wide; regular, 15c to .25c yard; .sate price 10c
1 to S inches wide; regular, 20c to 35c yard; sale price.. . .15c
1 to 6 inches wide; -regular, 30c to 40c yard; sale price. .. .20c
1 to 6 inches' wide; regular, 40c to 65c yard ; sale price 130c -f
KjDXLOVES Elbow length; regular, $4X0 pair; sale price..
-. .. --Elbow length; regular $3.50 pair? sale-price.
Elbow length; regular, $3.ca pair; sale price.
snort; regular, sale prise
SiLkjGLOVESEIbow lengthrejular, $2X0 pair; sale price
-X;- v Elbow length; rejular, $1.50, pair; sale price
; Elbow length; rejular, $1511 sale; price
Short irregular,-5o pttr; safe p rice
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Regular, $10 each--Sale price, $125
Regular, , $2.50 rach Sale price,' $U5 ';.
. Regular, $3.00 each Sfle price, $2X0
i Regular, I4.C0 each Sale price, $2.90 ;
'Regular, $6.00 each Sale- price,, $3.90
dozen Sale price,
dozen Sale price,
dozen Sale price,
dozn Sale price,
dozen Sale price,
dozen Sale price,
dozen Sale priced
Reg; $1:00 doz; -
Sale Priced 50c
Parasols goi ng at Cost and less
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-SMEETiNGS, PILLOW CASES, ; 1
COTTONS, FLANNELETTES,: :
PRINTS. GINGHAMS, PERCALES,
PORTIERES, COUCH COVERS, X
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CORSETS, SCRIMS, LACES, Etc.
FDRT arid! HOTEL STREETSX
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Regular, $1.25 each Cs!a pr!:?, : .
Regufar, $1.50 each prl.-', t!.
Rejular, $1.75 each Ca!s pr!: :
Regular, $2.23 each Cals pri r
RrOtilar, $2.JD each Ca!s pr! . '
Regular, $3X0 each--Ca!5 pri: ,
vResuiar, $3.0,each Caleprf::,
Regular, $4X0, each Cals'pri:-, ; :.:
X .One special lot of 2C3 VAIGTC,
and ends. Prices from $1 ts ; ' .
each. a.-. . , .
-'i-- 'SALE PRICE, ECs EACH
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c SPECIAL MAIL SERVICE TO STABULLfeTIN
x H qhig and F6reign'7)isfMtch
AuRust In .New' York, Chicago, Dustoii Coloneseveli Louis XVI iall Tgpfete vwi of cozstr;:ct!cn. II
CJWC0 a year. L", ;
and Philadelphia. ' . California, xifi e stumping tour about, period. - was perfectly ; represented at . qniy rarei, aoes a case, projre.jeaureiy
i Senator Meyers of, Montana bas th middje of Septerobjer.i : I fabulous expense.' . ; .v : Ji lAtracUDje.. -Vben;)ceiapEe-occurs, rs
introduced a bljl providiiVjor $5,730 'Officials of the Cannen's union pt A congestion of traffic is .feared, at;fcsometiEpes.happen8 the. cbild. ts given
io D ijaia to ine wiaow oi ur. j. vu-iu-:w bj mi .is-wi
McClintic, whtf recently died of Rocky intercede with the streetf car compan
Mountain fever, jthe disease which he ie;fpr higher! wages and tetter con
harl fnr vpars' foueht'.to eradicate flnv ditionsi X'.., -i.- v' --j.-a.-'
Merit an a. r ?r . The warehouse of the Yakiha groc
I tannin rxf . PhiiflrTeinhfo , ,whn. Hvp erv comoanv at iS'orth Yakinia, Wash.,
; - -...-- : - -.t near . ioe-r;Jeuerson meaicai: qouege, piuou; ucpiw,'cuiff!r.' iv
TTTT . T. . . . in 'nn.Hnn wifh wtiifh la a rrom. damaffee8timated. at $40,000. .included.
BULLET J N, :-vJ , - Oscar Hammeretein, impresario, has t tnrv Tiavo leniri Tpsal nrocGedinora the destruction of the equipment or
thefday the announced; plans, for building . string ' acaSnst.. the institute ; because - the two tompanies of state "militia. ; : 7
. - 0 a intra u tiiu ucv &i u wuoiauiiij t- vci uuv,w w -.uuo v o v ' w--w
- XfJy the collapse of the granr'stnnd at ccast to coast
(.'cws originating. , .on
- - - , - J- " . , J f " C3 - l V MH III I I J II fc 1 1 . '1 .1 . ait l.UIini AliLl T ... v
nnntinff thmiiph thplr windows. crown in California this .year, but
Marshall; notification An English sparrow, ' carrying a! PVprni i vnnnff AmGrican Armv of- there . are only sufficient ships avall-
rbcetlng in Indianapolis? yesterday .75 titrnlnsatHn-rset'flre to three" fleers are to Ibe- Bent to Shifope to able to carry 60,000-tons. Fortunes are
hqurses in a small Indiana . town. The, study in the military schools of Ger tied up because there are no meant
bird had the entire town in. a fever r-of many &n Italy, v . . at hand to ship the harvest,
exciteirent before f it,V dropped ; the, Tne steamer A. E i Stewart, laden - Captain T. .W.-.T. .Richardshas-Ju3t
hladng,.string.'XX:v X'i-I A : k . ,;with wheat, is ashore - at Sturgeon died athis home near Los Angeles:
Passed the ; house without rve-1 Point; 20 miles West of Buffalo. He' was an officer: in the Confederate
oed negative . . vote, tljdf Panama I -; " ' - ' . arrtiy und'er Colonel John S. Mosby.
aca3 tolls -bill.' was rushed j through j " WESTERN NEWS. , I A severe - earthquake was felt
and submitted to iTcsidnt Taf t, the. rne Montenegran fcolony of: San throughout AHzona. The shock last
ScAatp havng,;,pre1pusly" adopted V Francisco h;i$' 'af ked permission to e'. five minutes at Williams. '
conference eport passing' the bill. erect a statue of Petar 11. iMiaB Louite Arnold of Annopoli is
Chief Justice White and Associale. Lewis , W. Jlill,.; president of the on her way to Snn Francisco to be
Jiistices Lurton and Van Devanter of Great Northern Railroad, has been come the bride of Ensign W. W. Wad
t he Supreme , Court .are , working on a adopted into tbe.tribe of Black Foot dell.. The wedding was to have taken
new set of rules for eduiiv practice ir.Hinna in Mnntana He has been blace at her home, but Wadlcll was
people were hurt, some receiving , sevT
cie inJuries.X"V;.-X '' -V-' X ;"' v-- ':r
I There Was & riot at- tter Women's
v AVilson and 'Marshall organization rin.
New Yok when carapnign - button
were given out --Women fought to. iV
Ealboa, Panama, as a reaiilt ot the col a $econ course of treatment, or even
lapse of the hew American wharf l a. third ; if necessanX -v -;-X v X I
here:. c . :': . X 1 i The.purejor, stuttering. .is as much
D Communication lias been cut off" he -psychical as iphyslolosicaL , ' It Js .of ,
tween the cable station at Carinto andt Kthevntmostt Importince ; thatthe pa-1
Managna where the revolutionary iac-; vent's setfonf.idenc be .arouse4.ife
tivltiea.are renterinr. No 'news has must forget that it is.Ianzer Dossibla
oeen receivea.va, vvsiasionoi iim uim, vu cmuer., Avy.ruyrvc bvcv, u.ar-uet;i t.rj i.. l
marines who went inland. -XX acrc3, z-. t
-Prihee Katsura-who hMjust left.Stthe; in every 2?") ' '
ies and eqI'ts c: :
ations ccnectt- i r
fceet susar I!:-' :
rescntirx ti 5 ? : -of,.
the country i3
that. the area csti. ..
been 'the adapted to suit the needs of ihe.JndHt"
heet culture v-ru! I -
duce.aU tbe.Er?r wo
Truman. G. Pain: e. r, in
War has leen renewed in .China, a
V ; little J.Hng tn "proq;rfrr?or" t WU.
'X ctarig. . It: is -feared some of Yuan
V Shih Kat'r, edicts Jill lead to civil war
' ' ::; -apain.- ., ; ; . ' - X'X ' , ; ''
.XThe enlire' Klearagtvii federal girrf-
rou of Ieon to the, north of Managua
..''?A-';;-.hfts"beenlaJn:-yaJ forc of reoels:
: Ore.r;500 regulars were kil'eflr, V
- ? "ae tHjllre. have ViPtured butler
' ; Mn San .Francisro who has rtolfn over
H; I . :,?0.r-fyc- worth of ;Jewela, frfHliweUhv
' -'' I ; .'TauiKief v livlue; along S the enlnsula"
v south ofjtbe cit or' all ofwhom fce
I wked -t-variou s" tiroes." , . ...X V.,
; ? .STh United Sterfa ?o nrpbe the
. H.H (recent killing ofJamps,,vV'.vRoers,1n
tL? Congo.. ; He was ah Ivorv T6rr.
and hiK death war. ordered by the "V
Ish GovernmenL, 4.Heiwa8.)rilIed after
weeks - of v chasing through -. African'
4The Railroad Commission has fore
" -pit the Southern. Pacific to discontlr
n:To-cent ch"alrf fee charged on tKeir
faet tralne between Los Angeles and
; Sn Francisco. . This was . an extra
brFe above the regular fare,
i- i; Governor Wilson .may take . the
; rlcmp In Californ!a. He exnresses de
lUht over the Democratic situation in
the tVest x
Chief -of Police "White has-declared
'war -on the gamblers in San Francisco
r nbw the Supreme Court has refused ta
Rrnnt injunctions to he gamblers
wh!ch l would prevent the police from
l breaking down floort.
f - Customs Hour officials in San Fra
cl sro have $40.000 worth of opium o
r h'ind,Y seized In various raids. wh!rh
. ther are to destroy today.
t .Juares has again changed its allegi
nnce, now that Mexicn federal troons
y have arrived In the town, following its
'v evacuation by Orozco and the rebels.
in Federal Courts,
j giv.en the name of Gray.Horse.
-asigned to' the Pacifi coast ni refus
ed leave to return for his bride,
i . The ministers of the German Lu
theran church at Rocky Ford. Colo..
his wife and two children died of
ptomaine poisoning. The fact that
the family of his predecessor died a
like death had pointed to murder by
The Chicago White Sox team are t , five Tears amounted
- The. Democratic national committee I Insane asylum managers in Califor
will ask the banks and trust com-'nia have found that the patients.play
panies throughout the country to re- ing soldier and participating In . maneu
ceivo and . transmit subscriptions to" vers seem to become better mentally,
t be campaign funds of all three; Judge vEdward, Sweeny, .superintend
parties. lent of the mint at San Francisco 4id
Secretary AVaiter Fisher of the I)e- president of the Continental Bui'd'n
partment of the Interior has d?cidei and Loan Association , of San. Fran-
otist the-Mojave Apache Indians from dead. He succumbed to heart failure cemmg to Cfl'f next sPring for
Can-p McDowcir reservation in Ari- after a week of worry over tne tang-, , q:n anah dpstrnve(i
r;cna. The case Is closed for all, le. affairs of ttfe loan association. " ! A ?
time, leaving to the red men their! A decided decrease in passenger he Miners exchange h. 11 and adjoin
"garden spot." - t trarnc, aue 10 me popmaruy ui mc ;
i James Havemeyer, the New York automobile for touring, is noted by
sugar king, has lust died at his home western railroads. 1
in tha city at the age of 70. 1 Miss Margaret Lindsay, in'ormary
a viii noccoH fha timKa 01.tHr.riT. i matmn at Santa Rosa. Calif., over-
Ing the sale by the government of powered a violent Junatic. tormerly a ia. More Lnited States marines
the' acreage, and timber belonging to San Francisco prize fighter. He had have been landed to protect American
the Five Civilized Tribes in Okla- struck down four men before thrown interests
homa. It is valued at $500 000 to the floor hy Miss .Lindsay. A bill is to W? favored by the Hun
Th legislative executive and iudi- A IT. S. Geologist, after .examining f;arian government which will enfran
cial anproDrfa antelooe district in Nevada, has c.hi.e 80.0CO women who must be prop
President and agin oasJed by he; renorted rich gold deposits. erty oers. propne era of businesses
president and again passed by the, .f f gan Fran. . holders of the title of doctors.
Mouse is oeiore me senate, ana mi . har QtA. t tt Tovinr .in Knslish swimmer
Fe.tersburg is Said to have i
bearer of a letter from the late .Mi- vidual case: gradually overcome tlmld-
kado in which he urged a. cioze uhioa ,f ity, and dissipate the language, obscs-'
of, the upheaval and - new republic in" have tQ, be .in8tllJedv.for thq stutterer, t:- . "
China. ' t Vifas; a nile, haJje
Mis .-Vera Weve,' an English twim-1 bteathe properl3rn---:.Tiie o atnttereita 4 1 1 V ' t
mer broke Annette Kelierman's rec speeches: faultyiin-every 'partiailar.; DOllBLE-D uh-L
ordr swimming a mile in 31 minutes, His whole nervous system is .likely Ot - rJ
14-5 seconds. : :-0iiX ;bet,fault.;:He ,maytutter'jn-hi8 ;9;
Continued massacres of Christies emotions, his , ; '
bv Mohammedans are reported from The treatment must have for its pur I fin,no. ... '
1 n nrm II
stroyed, women and children sTain an 1 dividual's nervous system, the general r f"""
' . 1 l av. r..i.i '...vnj ,. i.u.ti uk baritone of wide rac.,e. .1.1 .
yenng gins carrieu on ay uie turns 1 -upuuiiutug i ui ; juj oivai. ucaim. u - - - .ih , .
troops, - X'the. Improvement of .his, mentercondl.?
, .The young and benhtlfuL wifer.qf , tlbn, ? Iti-ia Jtherefpre, ,much,moret i m a v'T1 I rt'': : : -
nam uwu inanuv i
After four days fighting, the rebel
troops were unable to capture Mana
case of a second veto. Congress will
be unable to adjourn this week.
When Roosevelt in one of his first
' polfUcnl . speeches was asked. "HowM inspection of school children.
'I never dis-
rirm were ninned under their auto- j J
mobile which turned turtle. Mrs. ; won the long distance amateur swim-
! ,.w..;nr. torriHa np-onv bfZ- mine a m ninnshi n of Endand bv
Ina message to Congress concern- i'rhusand to shoot her. but be- dimming five mile, nd sixty yards
leg the Panama Canal bill. Taft sus-( Q h WRg forced to in one ho five mintites and seven
gests that free passage granted to jnocc Lr RllfTprw till she died. and two-fiftbs iec-onds.
American snips, k mat -egisiauon; - hich help carn. Mason may
be -rased nermittine foreien nations .. 1
r " live
to test the legality of the provision in,
ip unuea oiaieb courib j Frb and the stockholders' reoresenta-
The committee appointed by Gov-, . f tne ..4Mocltt road," it vas
cror Harmon to consider legislation! tnat Efb and his assoointes.
afecting children in the State, re-; QOuld confrol the road IMa ,ajd that
ported suggafltifig pension's for wi-i fhf vwin u1f5mately eXteTld the road to
do wed mothers and compulsory med; Qw T rtv
I w ,v aiaitx. m -
Cclonel Lazro . Alanir the Mexan - matter, tor hygiene ana education., man
rebel commander played Joan or; Arc for medicIne-rLewhv
at Juarez, relieving the police ofilcrs Harper s Weekly,
ct their arms and demanding provi- j ,
sions for the rebel forces JAILEDtFOR
Pre Ti.tiiiSr: i -ABOUT JUDP PREMISES ?? it -.J5?.
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d.T-ghter instead or a son.
The proceeds of gambling
various casinos of France
M. Terman. In I 7 T ' I "... ,
bDnifJMMP XmitageX, has :been ..exarr.:.-.: I l.y r
HKUVVLINbri -f-t ' I well-known laryngology, L .t 5
n en t
;f ble-volce producrJpn.;..Jhe vera! r
in the J. Nakahdra, a .Japaiese;: w senedc ;
irin tte te need, tot spend twenty-fourihoufs.in M-ri t.Vn ?-
to nearly the county Ja'i) by Judge .Monsarrat t t In Ke::.
! this morning on a charge oU&grzncy t?os - 1-
. 1 T J i- Ar a n
done . by the recent, earthquake In the , judd family who declared thaHSSlmSf ti ar?iSw,
"ym l not t'r-
region about the Seat of Marmora, not accused had been In the habit of ioli"-'Zp TN- re ' -far
from Contantinpple. ; ering about the premises, of Mrs Ag,' 50 dvice mak it ca.V
nes Judd and that on Sunday, evening : " vYl imtfat var'on . Intri-
!manta-''Aa this class of mimetlcs an 1
RED 31 AX IX PLASTER the servants.
i n aiua
AnHTnnrira hare already beci
The servant was out at the time and! ..-m wfth MftinranhT
WASHINGTON. D. C, Aug. 20. Be- Nakahara testified that he had come1 ;iiw. r t 'nsn hir diar-
,rtr!"ffh tav near tn nso hlr. di
... . . . ' . ' LUC MJVWPV- M - w '
cause the pure-Diooaeo American in- for his washing, and, finding the ser-j nMH. ...Ann.. tn the nresent R7iect.
dian is disappearing aqd the types vant out, had climbed-ln throughTthe .h qvurram sbowed enough to zvz-
Aiiorney At juaa was 10; . that th dounTe voire wa-s
1 Trodnced bv the'i imultaneo' action
known to 'western settlers will soon window.
have vanished, the national museum have '. prosecuted I the" -jcase but. ' was ' nrodnced 'v thfli
is preparing to make masks and prevented from doing "so by the illfiessJf je vocaj charda 'and etAzlozzl
busts of mempers or tne dirrerent re- of Judge HartwelLj v r otherii hAre ugj
maininsr tribes. Frank Mick2. a New
York sculptor, has been commission- QRQVVTH OF BEET
ed to get the masks and busts, and oiirD iMrtiicTr3v
inference between Newman
An infnsion of tie blood of two
Mullai Hafii. former Sultan of Mo
rocco, is soendins: monev lavishly in
Paris and keeping 'in a more or les
cffulton- corespondence with his 12J
wives left at boe.
A Zepnelin airshii.. to be comD'eted
OftoLer 1. will be the firs' airship ta
be adopted for use in the German
The first aeronlne trip from Paris
A resolution is before the House VAt,n rakhiie -o- Hd in th "asp to Rerl'n was ra-'Je bv th Swis' avia.
about : Taft ?ns be replied,
X cuss dead issues."
"Sidtia Edwards, one of the Virginia te tne coal striKe in me t aim; hidine to death from a nasal hemor
- courthouse sassina, was sentenced j Creek districtXVest Virginia, rhage. The bov's life was saved.
: !rt fifteen years in the penitentiary. The government is looking for men Fmn'ovees of the street raifwnvs
'-JscoH Hould-Schuunan. preiddent o,'i caijaltle of judging , headgoar tu lo nfi PUvated lino, of Chicago have r. border town
Cornell University, 'has been aproint-iused.in the army. Kxaminations for i,egun voting on a strike. If the vote fiom Douglas. .Arizona.
s i ed minister to Greece and Montengro.' such "hat insictors" will be held in carries, 14,000 men will walk out
will soon take up the work in
west, beginning in Nebraska
This is in line with the example of
the Bishop Museum, Honolulu, which
twenty years ago had groups of statu
ary made from Jiving models by Allen
Hutchinson, sculptor, illustrating the
ancient life of the. Hawaiians.
4 Others hjue. suggested tint the extr
voice raigni,nave ceeu piuju-u
the eoftr palate oentricular tan-13. K
l.i-Ji?ghlv ImportahT tliat It can
nroucert oy the vocal cords atone. Ai
the yibratloriscaonptbefeen. , thIp
c&uatfon rnuFt remain conjectural - ,
Medical Record. X:Vt X X '
TJVO JrTORK TOWXS APlifeD X
i TO-iXFAXtfcPISEASE, UST
He made r3."i
a comrrittee of five to invest!-; RTnn is Antrplps luiv who was to: Edmund Ardemars
cv vv. " - nippn n? to nenrn irnm a nitsai ne:uui- au"-p -' w..
i A hand of 450 rehels was defeated
III IJY., 1 IV W T I --w-. r
ill 1 UirMipi tn 1 " ( i r ir.un tea.
than I no milcn
THE STUTTERING CHILD
For many years the school author
ities of certain European countries
have conducted special schools for the
benefit of stutterers. These are- of
several types, some conducted during
the summer, others utilizing an after
s'cbooi hour, and still others taking
complete charge of the pupil until he industry is established in hen nteen
is. cured. Ail these are
. Although the growing of sugar beets,
from which more. than half of all the
sugar used in the world is now extract
ed, has been encouraged for a century
in Europe, it was not until twenty
years ago that It began. to be seriously
attempted in the United States, and
en to a position of commercial Import- SCRAJf trf nTf 1
ance. How rapid the growth of the in- ta Cm and Btmslde were placed up-
diistrj' has been in recent years is on tle map Jn the offices of.the state
shown by the increase in the amount board of health today, a places where
of sugar produced from beets, which infantile paralysisthe dreaded pcho-
has frown from 72,000,000 pounds in myftlitis. has made-its appearand.
iRoa tn naorK. i ooo nnrt nrnnrrc in i fine (task . was renaricu llVUl E Mi
llie present year, an increase or over
1600 per cent ' .
At the present time the beet sugar
Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish entertained alsuccessful. As a rule recoverj'
wonderfully states, vyitb .seventy-one factories.; iiij made up
verj' is com- operation and several others In course being-in-
Cru? andHwo from Riverside. To !
nq les than 29S; cases have been :
ported in the state this rear oi:t
which fifty-two' child, vicilma
the death toll,-most cl
Los Angeles. u