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nVKNINO IU1IXKTIN, HONOUH.1T, T. II., WKUN'HSHAV. NOV. 17, 'OP.
A Cold Bottle
of Primo Beer
Goes well at any time, but It tastes best
when taken with the evening meal.
It sharpens the appetite, aids the
digestion, anil quiets tired nerves. It is
the best beer you can drink, because It
Is the purest.
And it is the best tonic you can take and the
most pleasant one, too. x
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iv M4iij i irn'yi
hejcer That's .13rewcd
lo ouit Inc CJ.initte
United States Attorney General Is
Slated for Appointment to Su
preme Court Judge II. Lurton
v.Hni(!TON. Nnv. :;. it i tin-
lllnliMHlniiilliiK In VitlliliKtli iilimiiK
iiioii In n pimllitiu to Idimv lli.it
Ci'iirRi' W. Wlikcrslinin of New Yml,
nllo, iic.n cviit'iiil or Hit" I'nltPil Slate
will ho ii)iiilntril nwculntu JiikIIiu
of tile miiit'iiu court to Kticct'Cit llu
lulu Hutu V lVrkliuni. If lie iltr-
Kin- tiio oiriip
Wli.il V! UitmIi iiii'h III, IIiiuiIuiik
In tin' ni.n.i'i ii i. In nut Known.
.IiiiIrc llnrnco II. I.urlon of Ten
nriccf, a IMiltrirstatt'rt illslilct JiiiIko.
who liail been iccoiiiineiiileil for np
lioliittnciit to Hip vupiPliit' (inirt liy
Tari at Hip I Imp of tin ictliemeiit
of .luillco llcniv II. Iliuun of Ml-
irlilcnii. Ill liinii, nnil who was n
jfinrilcd ax Tafl'x pmli.ilitp h.ilio at
Mlil time, api'p.ii'H lo Iip pllmlnatpil
I on .11 omuil of Ills up-. .Ill il Re l.ur
j lull will lie r,C onrn did next I'YIiru
, iti. ninl It l k.i lil tmlay mat n.i man
jof Kiirh ailMinroil cam llnd ever
I lippli .ippolntrtl lo a plutc on the mi-
It Ik the tall. In WiikIiIiikIiiii that
hIhmiIiI Wlrkcrxliiim lip appolntpil
JiihiIci! of Hip Kiipromr iiiurt lie will
lie miccceile 1 an attiiriiey Rcnural liy
l.luyil W. IIiiwitk of HllnolK, the pre
sent tollcltnr Koiioral f ""' I'nltcil
Stales, of whom 1'renlili'iit Tuft has
a hlKh oiilnlou. Taft villi! that he
ii'S i.ili'il it iih a k i i')i I Mml.e of liuli
to olilaln the Ki'ixlei'H of llmvcrH.
who hail, luj F.ilil, one of the nitmt
niilcrly li'ul inliiiU he hail cer un
ion lit pi III.
' IMIILAIICU'IIIA, Oct. iS. The
.Inpaticv poiiiniPirl.il ioiiiiiilunloiiers
loiluy k.iw armor plate for battle
ships manufactured at the llellilc-Ik-iii
nti'i'1 (iiiiip:in'H plant. .They
kIimwpiI Rieat Inteipst In the piocpsH.
TIip ciiiuiiilKsliiiiers arilvpil hero -to-ii
Ik ! I anil attPiulPil a reception kIv
cu IIipiii hy tho iiicinlicrs of Hip Ainc-
Iran ai-ailpiuy of political ami vo-
.toliu Clmiullcr, a fanner IIvIiik
I'.i'iir Katitait I'lty, took refiiKe in a
liaiu ilurlni; a storm. The storm
lifted tin- ham liailly anil can led It
away. C'liunillur wax uninjured.
gp"hor Rent" crdi on ule at
FAIRBANKS MAY BE
MINISTER TO CHINA
Former Vice President Said to Be
Willing to Take Place Office
May Be Raised in Hank to an
Embassy in Near Future.
CHICAGO (III ), November 2. In
n WiiBhlliKlou ilNpateh to the Uec-unl-Itcinlil
William IJ. CtirtlH sayii
Senator CilllonT has miKRenteil to
Scrrrtnry Knox th.it Charles V.
I'iiIiIiiiiiUr, fomierly Vlco-I'rcslilent.
lie nppnliiteil Mlnhtcr to China and
llml the "appioin lateness of the np-
lioliiliupiit him hcen iinlvcrmilly iip
proed liy pvor one to whom It has
I'peii Hiiccesled. It Is also mi I it nun
the friends of r.ililiaiiks believe ho
would accept the post If offeri-d lit til.
Tho dispatch lonllnues: "Mr.
Fairbanks has ie"Ci,' H'ent a
month In PckliiR. wheip he waj ip-
celved with unusual honors, the
fciimo that would be conferred upon
n rojal visitor All leporls from
there URrce that ho nindo n most fa
vornlilo Impression upon the princes
and mandarins with whom he came
in contnet. He became deeply In
terested in the Chinese situation nnd
has written to fi lends In this coun
try conccrnliiR the participation hy
the people of the t'nlted States In
tho development of the Chinese Kin
pile. Hn has also taken an earliest
part In tho rucournRcmcnt of the
layman's missionary movement now
In proRress In this country, particu
larly In its hcarliiR upon tho Chin
"The friends of Mr. l'nlrhanUH
and those who lire anxious fur the
pmpcr icpresciilallon of this Oov-
eriiment at IVkliiR believe that ho
would accept the mission for tho
opportunity It would offpr hlni to
promote the welfare of both coun
tries. Hitherto, when his name has
been mentioned In connection with
tho llriHsh Kmbassy, ho has been
very lAisitlvc In his refusal to even
consider the subject. Hut tho Chi
ucxo situation woujd undoubtedly
iippealj'to hi in very KtroiiRly.
"Furthermore, It Is piohahlc that
the Chinese (ioveriimcnt would iirico
to elcvnle their mission heie to Ihe
rntili of nu embassy In order to se
cure ki dlstliiRiilshril nn ndilltloii lis
Kalrbniiks to the diplomatic coterie
When Joli n Kuril, seciplnry of tho
Aiuorlcnu, .Asiatic Society, was asked
for his pplnlon or Hie selection o
Mr. Kalrliiinks for the Chinese mis
sion, Iip replied piomptly: "It would
l.e an ideal i.ppnliitmeiit. It would
satisfy everybody. It would bo tho
(ohitlon of the problem Involved In
tho piesent situation. Fairbanks
loiublucs nil tho lequlrctncnts which
thus far seem to have been Impos
sible to find in any other pel son.
He Is a shrewd, level-head business
Van; he Is n enpiblo mid learned
Jurist; he has had wide cxperlcnco
In hnudlliiR Important nffalis, nnd it
knowledRc of men and methods that
would make him competent to deal
with ninny pcrplexliiR questions that
ale likely to appear in our futuie
lelallons with China."
ENOUOH SWOLLEN HEADS:
BRAIN FOOD NOT NEEDED
Americans Also i Nervy Enough
Without Nerve Food, Says Gov
ernment Chemist Winton,
CIIICAOO, Oct. 311. - Ilr. .A. I..
Winton, chief Inspector and chem
ist ut the local Government labora
tory, surprised the Flour . Mcn'H
Club last night by telling them It
was well nlRh Impossible to prac
tice deception under the rpRiilatlnns
of the new lMiro Food law. Ho ruvo
the Hour men this advice:
"Don't emphasize too freely that a
pioduct Is ii brain food; too many
of uso liavo swollen head.1 already.
"Don't Insist on your products be
ln nerve foods; most Americans
have nerve enough.
"Don't insist too much that they
enrich the blood; nil terrain do this,
mid, I hope, enrich tho manufactur
er. "Don't advertise superior muscle
propel ties; nil breakfast eel eals make
niusflc, mill perhaps morn than wo
need In these d.i)s of trolley cars and
"Don't above all, compare your
pioduct with biead to tho disparage
ment nf the latter brciuso ccroaU
may ionic ami cereals may go, but
bread Roes down foiever,"
SECURITIES RISE ON
DEFEAT OF TAMMANY
NKW YOHK, November I. Fol
lowing the result of Tuesday's elec
tion, a Roncrnl ,ilsc has occurred In
limitations for New York city secu
rities. New York city Is were yes
terday nnotcil at 100 .'-X, as com
pared with 99 fi-8 In tho Inttor part
of October. The 4 1-L' s were 109 :i-t,
as against a point lower1 In October.
The offerings of city bonds were In
much smaller volume than In tho
two weeks preceding election.
Oscnr F. Cochran, formerly book
keeper of the American National
iiaiiu or irjainnnpous, wanted ror at-1
IcroiI embezzlement of J7,"00, was"
arrested nt Fort Sloenm. N.- Y..
where he was serving In the nriny. J
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
OUR store is replete with NOVELTIES,
both European and, American,
and seekers after suitable HOLI
DAY GIPTS will find much to
choose from. We would advise EARLY
SHOPPING this season whilst the selec
tion is complete. Our
are the height of artistic achievement.
Hand-Made & Hand-Embroidered
Lingerie Gowns and
Handsome Tea Gowns
Direct from Paris
Weare showing This Week special values in
White Figured Madrases
at 25c yd.
Table Linens and Household Goods
This is an annual affair with us, and one of the most popular sales we hold during the year. You know the Kerr
sale prices. They will prevail in all departments during the sale.
72 in. wide Satin Finish; regular value $2.00
llia:iksf;ivinp; Sale, the yard $1.50
Napkins to Match.
Uizc 23 in. x 21 in.; $3,00 value Thanksijiv-
itiK Sale, I lie dozen 3.7S
P'l in Damask, fi"c riunlity, rcRnhr 75c; Sale
Trite 50c yard
56 in. Damaik, rctj. C5o. Sale Trice 50c jnrd
70 in Damask, unbleached, worth $1.50; dur
ing the 3atc, the yard 90c
$1.50 value, thc dozen $1.15
1.75 value, the dozen 1.35
2.00 value, thc dozen 1,65
IN SEVERAL NEW DESIONS.
$0.75 value; Sale Price, the pair $0.55
1.00 value; Sale Price, thc pair 0.70
1.25 value; Sale Price, the pair 1.00
1.50 value; Sale Price, the pair 1.20
1.75 value; Sale Price, the pair .v 1.40
2.00 value; Sale Price, the pair . .... 1.60
2.25 value; Sale Price, the pair 1.00
$2.50 value; Sale Price, the pair $2.00
2.75 value; Sale Price, thc pair 2.15
3.00 value; Sale Piicc, the pair 2.40
3.50 value; Sale Price, the pair 2.70
3.75 value; Sale Price, thc pair 3,00
6.50 value; Sale Price, thc pair 5.25
A I;tll Line of Swiss Curtain Scrim.
Chenille Portieres, $4.00 value, for $3.00 pair.
Art Denims, Burlap and Cretonnes
THE SALE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING WILL CONTINUE FOR ONE WEEK, AND EVERY PURCHASER OF A SUIT OF CLOTHING WILL BE GIVEN FREE A NECKTIE OF FINE QUALITY TO
MATCH HIS SUIT. THIS IS WORTH CONSIDERING. THE ASSORTMENT OF SUITS IS LARGE AND THE GOODS ELEGANT. YOU MAY FORM AN IDEA OF WHAT YOU CAN GET FOR LITTLE MONEY BY
INSPECTING THE SUITS SHOWN IN THE WINDOWS OF OUR STORE. THE WINDOWS ARE ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT. COME AND SEE THEM.
ODD SIZES IN SHOES
WE STILL HAVE A FEW ODD SIZES IN SHOES WHICH WE WILL DISPOSE OF AT A SACRIFICE. 'THE PRICES ARE TOO LOW NOT TO BE TAKEN ADVANTAGE
WALKOVER" SHOES FOR $2.85 A PAIR; $3.50, $4.00 AND $5.00 "SOROSIS" SHOES AT $1.35, $1,75 AND UPWARD.
OF. REGULAR $4.00 AND $5.00
kJJ 2 H" ,J s.u
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L. B. Kerr