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RVKNINO HULLKTIN, MONOLUl U. T It.. MONDAY, MAY 1(3, 1910.
Grand Reduction Sale
Are Still On at Qur Stor,e
Men's Straw Hats, formerly $1.50
to $2.50, now - $1.00
Men's White Duck Pants, former
ly $1.50 to $2.00, now $1.25
Fancy Colored Vests, formerly
$2.50 to $3.50, now $2.00
Ladies' Short Chemises, lace and
embroidery trimmed, 50c to
Ladies' Night Gowns, all prices
cut down, - 50c to $2.00
Persian Lawn, 40 in. wide, color
ed, fine and soft - 20c
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels,
closing out at $1 doz.
$4.00 "Walk-Over" Tan Button
Bals - - - $2.95
$3.50 Men's Canvas Bals, leather
heels, - - - $2.50
$3.50 Ladies' White Canvas Ox
fords, few sizes, - $2.00
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
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A valley of great b:auty and grandeur, unique in its
asumblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
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the hair, Ivory is
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Containing no "free"
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FOR ONE YEAR
WABIIINOTON. April 20. TlilR Is
the last clay of the flrnt year of tlio
Tnft administration. Tlio catalogua
of things lom nnd things begun by
President Tnft mnkeH variegated rcAI-
lnK- i Tn
Among oilier things lio has smashed '
tlirco presidential records. In point of VC2ClflblC COfflDOUild
railroad mileage, the present occupant; "
of the White llnuso In his first yoar'H ( ltockland, Malno. "I was troubled
travel has topped mat any or ins loruioug unin wim pains in my imck
Lydia E. Pinkliam's
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latest in Books, Stationery, Office
Furniture and Supplies. -
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HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
IS STILL ALIVE
Delivered to midencci
and offices t 28a ti
hundred in 10-lk. lob
W. 0. OARNHAUT
133 Mcrrnant t
f itjr.tiia from pun iiMtmt -
r OtMvrtd to nv n- ' '
I HH iCh ANH UrCTWC Ui,
Hooxevelt during the jear In Vthlcli
he made the trip tn the Punania canal
ptobably Jciutneyed a greater dlstanco
but not no fur In n Pullman (deeper.
President Tnft has t date, been haulol
20 B38 miles by locomotive. In addi
tion ha has net n new mark In automo
bile, tnlieago traveling about 600i)
miles In thin way. Averaged, he has
Journejed C6 miles for each day In
Made 348 Speeches.
President Taft has made !US
speeches. Col. ltoosovelt, nho gained
qnlto a reputation for loquacity, made
only 242 In tho last nnd most speech
ful year of his administration.
Two Important congressional Inves
tigations resulted from conditions
transpiring In tho first year In tho
Tnft regime tho conservation squab
ble and the high cost of living.
President Zelnya of the Nicaragua
lost his Job ns head of tho Cent ml
American republic, through Incur
ring the displeasure of tho Washing
ton administration. An a result of
conditions discovered by Collector
Loeb at New York, President Tn!t
has weeded out those responsible for
'customs frauds and obtained tho In
dictment of Sugar Trust officials. Ho
has also ordered a new prosecution of
tho Ueef Trust.
During the year President Taft sent
18 communications to Congress. Klglit
of these were legislative messages and
10 were letters transmitting depart
mental report b or other matter for tho
Information of the law-making body.
Fostered Tariff Bill.
To date, the only administration
measure of Importance enacted has
been' tho Payno-Aldrlch tariff bill with
thccorporatlon tax appendix nnd pro
visions for a customs court, tariff
board and maximum and minimum
rates In the discretion of the Execu
tive. The publicity feature of tli
corporation tax.law Is still held In
abeyance on ni'ount of the lack of
appropriations to make It effective and
the customs court has not yet been
With half the present session of Con
gress over, tho bills especially rccom
mended this year by President Tnft
nre Rtldll strangers to tho stntulu
books. One has passed the House;
several havo been recommended for
passage by tho various commltteos
on both sides, but most of them havo
been laid away until next session or
to a more distant epoch.
The Houso has passed tho Arlzoni
anil New Mexico Statehood bill, and
that measure Is now tied up In tho
Senate Corrfmlt'e on Territories. Tlu
Federal lncorioiatlon bill Is In chargo
of u subcommittee of the Senato Ju
diciary Committee, which is rcportod
to havo locked" It up In a burglar-proof
pafo nnd thrown the key away. One
conservation bill hns been recommend
ed for passage, out of nlno submitted.
The Interstate commerco bill, Includ
ing tho creation of a common court,
piobably will bo passed by tho Senate
and House after a fight.
Turbulent times have nt'ended tha
postal savings bill, but It Is due to pass
the Senate probably late today. Tho
higher leglslatlvo body has acted fa
vorably on the measure to Issue S30,
000,000 In government certificates to
complete approved reclamation pro
jects. On the House Bide, tho administra
tion's amendment to tho antl-lnjunc-tlon
laws Is held up by tho committed
on Judiciary. It has tho hearty con
demnation of tho American KeJeratlou
of Labor, and, since this Is a congres
sional campaign ycaV, probably will be
quietly sidestepped by tho lawmaker.!.
Tho Senate Jttdlcary Commlttco luu
not yet taken up tho question.
Another bill which apparently U
doomed to Innocuous desuetude Is tb.U
providing for n now form of govern
ment n Alaska.
If there Is tlmo, Congress may at
tempt to -carry out tho reforms pro
liosed by the President looking lo
mom speedy conduct of litigation In
Traveled 20,638 miles by railroad
and 5000 by automobile.
Visited 30 States and two Terri
tories. ' ,
Mado 318 speeches (Roosovelt, In
tils' lust year an Kxecu'ive, mado only
Appointed C917 Federal ofllcors.
Sent 18 messaged to Congress.
Lost 7 pounds (weighed- 32G on
March 3. 1010),
Obtained enactment of a new tariff
Took Initial stop looking to prose
cution of tho Beef Trust.
Unearthed customs frauds at Now
DlKchargod three Feelers! officers
Chief Forester' Clifford Plnclpt As
sistant Foroster O, W. Pi Ice and Law
Officer St. W. Shaw.
Instituted an Inquiry Into the lilg'i
cent of living.
Forced tlio abdication of ProEldoit
Zelaya, dictator of Nicaragua,
and side, nnd was miserable in ever'
thought I should
never get well. I
read n testimonial
nbout J.ycllu, K.
blu Compound, nnd
thought I would
try ft. After tak
ing three bottles I
was cured, unci
never felt so well
in all my life. 1 recommend I, din K. i
I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound to alt
my friends." Mrs. Wil.1, Youxa, fl i
Columbia Avenue, nnckUnd, ile.
Backache It a symptom of female
weakness or derangement. If )uu
1i.itu backache, don't neglect It, To ,
get permanent relief you must reach .
tlio root of the trouble. Nothing wo
knowof will do this so safely and surely
as Lydia K. J'luMiam's Vegetable Com
pound. Cure the cause of these ills-'
tresslug aches and pains and you will 1
become luiid strong. . 1
The gre.it volume of unsolicited I
testimony constantly pouring In proves I
conclusively that LyiHa j:. i'lnkhnni'B
Vegetable Compound, made from roots '
and herb;, has restored health to thou. !
sands of women.
Mrs. rinkliimi, of Lynn, IMiibs.,1
invites all nick women to write
her for advice. She Iiiih guided
thousands to health free oft
SIOUX FALLS. S. I)., Apr.
24. Theru Is every prospect
that a damage suit will re
sult from the recent election
ut Howard. A few days be
foie Hie election a farmer
named Heniy Iloldtcr, while
attempting to cioss a big
8 align, lout hi life.
He diove Into the slough
nnd for some reason got out
of his wagon unci nttempted'to
unhitch his team, three of the
four tugs being found un
fastened. After accomplish
ing this one uf the horses
evidently Kicked him in the
head, tendering him partial
ly uuconscluub, during which
he drowned In about two feet
Some of the supporters of
the antlllccnse cause ut How
ard took advantago of this
tragedy to attempt to make
capita! for their cause, nnd
caused to be circulated pam
phlets In which IlnlBter was
held up as u horrible example !
of tho drink habit, It being ':
stated in substance ho lost his '!
life fioni Intoxication, The s
panTphlets were circulated ;
about town on olectlon day. sv
Mrs, Holster, widow of tlio 4
unfortunate iiiun, uporf" visit-
Ing Howard after the election, ?
was Informed her dead bus- :
band was accused of being a ':
drunkard, unci Is nearly
heartbroken, it Is said, over
the charge, she saying thero
Is not a word of truth In It;
that hor husband never was
11 drunkard nnd had always
been kind to herself and their
A number of the business
mon of Howar d have told
Mrs. Holster she can draw on
them1 for whutever expense
will bo attached to a suit for
slander, and It Is expected
such an nctlon will be conl
inenced within the next few
tt tt tt tt :: j: tn: uituti :t :t tt
Woman has no ueuso of humor, In
proof of which It la pointed out hIio
often man lea n Joko under tho Im
pression that sho's getting a real
man. Toronto Star.
No sane man would cast pearls
before) swlno In these days; hogs
are too valuable to take chances of
choking them. St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
"What shall wo order?" "Some
thing cheap." "All right. Walter,
bring us some mock bean soup."
I.oulsvllla Courier-Journal. ,
Religion expires when ft does not
ll?9 Fort St.
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