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, ' Thb SaifLajeb Tribune: Stotoat MoiasrarG Jtjjste 12, .1904. ' ; 7"' liifl
lEEiNGS OF A DAY IN UTAifj
.S CTand razors
? SECURED BY BURGLARS
5S pUS2n' dbfbeurg,arS sometime last
ntCf al hundred dollars'
US IS U s cried away. The booty
revolvers, several dozen ra
Editor ten dozen pocket
J We thieves entered by the
Uoor with adMleton key.
t s nerrick Is back from New
f and will reopen her studio In
r.S decoratlnS; , ,
f L Lime Peadman of Detroit, Mich.,
?g he pifst of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. For-
r. n for a few d"'25-
1 ,j0n labor Is to have a gala time at
Bat Hermitage In Ogden canyon on
'JdvhBjcinv June 23. The bollermaker's,
PSfrJ and United Brotherhood of
?nmay Employees have completed ar
il? Wl&J&s fr an excurs,on to lh0 re"
'1 orecon Short Line baseball
bo jE trill cross bats with the Ogden
Jl cdj 2 of the Utah-Wyoming league at
Jrood field tomorrow afternoon.
.Short Line team ii said to be one
fastest amateur teams In the
rr"S acd will likely give the locals a
i for their money.
1Mb'. !m Contos, administrator of the cs-
rcf U-onldos Maltezos, has brought
r?aln5t the Southern Pacific com-
l& a for J20.000 for the death of Mal-
.fS2" m In the memorable explosion at
r fcon, Nevada, last February. Hen-
veS n and McMillan are attorneys for
34 1 pialntlff.
fflllis W. Wright, manager of the
Sky Mountain Bell Telephone com-
X! W tt "aho Falls, and Miss Elsie
luholra of the same place, were niar-
i d here today. Rev. Alfred Brown of
(Episcopal church officiating. Tho
! ip!e ltl for Salf Lake dn their wed-
IS 3Hvtle", the opera rendered by the
' Suatlng class of the High school,
mtt to be repeated, compUmentary to
iby rjoyle. who leaves oji a mission
14 Jermany in a short time.
fhEIumnl association of the Ogden
P fhschool has ele'eted the following
Z Mrs for the coming year: Spencer
pt, president. Elizabeth. Orth, vic,e
M l4cnt;L Gwendolyn Williams, secre
Iffi jriLlllan Stanley, .lerasurer.'Gcjie
fcKtruglas Craig Thorburn; John.
fBKtofr76hn Spofgo, Esther Tfarrls and
JjBttk Stone, executive committee.
fiHtr 'fawns have been added to the
HEo at Glenwood- park.
BMpiidge, Howell has received a. letter
ma a sister of James Lynch, asking
Sit , the body be burled here at her ex-
lEXi. Browning and daughter, Carrie,
Mttcwlpanled by Miss Telltha Brown
" w .and Miss Minnie Clark, left Tues
nuH 7 tor New York where they will meet
r. and Mrs. M. S. Browning. After
rtcsJ king In the rights of eastern points
njS r. and Mrs. M. S. Browning and
iCti Whter, Telltha, and Miss Clark may
i. Ar us tht ocean and eojourn In Europe
Cfifl 1 1 few months.
i A Teiy pretty wedding was that of
fei Ivy Holbrook and John W. Lewis
, s L'ch took place Wednesday evening
flrfll.l home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
IUI ry Ei Holbrook, -158 Twenty-fifth
l tttt The ceremony was performed In
i presence of a largo number of
lend!, Rev. j. e. Carver officiating.
ie rooms were decorated with cut
mery ifj, potted plants and ferns. After
ltffi ? ctreraony a wedding supper was
rjia The 5"ounE couple -were rc-
GOf teats of many handsome presents,
bar r. ini Mrs. Lewla left Thursday
3 jji 1110 Grande for an extended
fer. Wing tour through the eastern
I They will return about Sep-
. S Cir-ls' whcn thoy will be at home
'lali Twent'-h street.
I UIk Nell Stevenson and Thomas S.
i 5y were the principals in a pretty
1 F wedding, at the residence of the
father, Thomas D. Stevenson,
;m , r1 avenuo, W'ednesday even
' ii Ee company of friends and
4 ?U7ta i witnessed the ceremony which
.IjT -1 J Irformed by Bishop Watson. The
' aV'3 aUended by her cousin, Miss
' Jf& yton' and the Broom by Will
Iv.lx.' Tne ceremony was performed
fe,yalcove of smllax. surrounded by
palms and cut flowers. The
IB was attired in a gown of cham-
to'ored Bilk de sole, trimmed In
sWJ'i and white point lace, and car
tHJ fc iT111" of bride's roses. Mr. and.
IJK.- fcnej" Ieft 0,i a wedding tour In
1 bC Bn SCVCrnl
E;7.l,n5 of the Child Culture club
YmltT. ?My at the pleasant home
tSEti u 3 Smlth on Adairis avennue.
' iSChT read nn article on the furn
i,of dlninS room and sitting
'JJE't. Mtra Hil'iard followed with n
-.iifP grader building In reference
'Sfca u At tne conclusion of the
'.tSTzf ,the club adjourned to meet in
-m, f ks w,lh Mre- Hamer. The
'''SBTni cfn'cd delicious refreshments.
, of tne afternoon were Mrs.
.?lB9JXMl Murphy, who are charged
VSE2 .s lno Eltzcr Jewelry store,
iJflitor ?k,cl?.d oC 0U1,Slary before the
W , r .he pistrin court this evening.
!IWiCSJc Urucd a verd,ct of sullty
i ii,HBt ln Cllfi(?s' out recom-
G t0 mCrC' f th
IfSTILLA AND RETURN $1.25
ijfc D' k R- G- Sunday, June 12.
1RiSji!1 Mkc S a- m returning ar
JB f " Lakc 6 P- m. Hot sulphur
nn .holel "ccommodatlons.
jPlnvft d amusements. Every-
iBSnSSv 6TtUnta at Ca5tllla sPr"Bs
-ijFf1 iS rp;'mJune 1G" Traln s m.
fSA T ', City for Provo via
' At-'RW1, LAKE ROUTE" at 8-30
W "canesday, June 10. Don't mlsB It.
ELKS ALMOST READY
FOR REUNION AT PROVO
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, June 11. Preparations for
the Elks reunion are well under way
and Provo is taking on a metropolitan
appearance. The main entrance to the
places of amusement Is at the north
west corner of the block, where a beau
1 tlful arch has been erected. Lodge col
ors (purple and white) trimmed with
gold predominate in the decorations.
The archway contains the emblem
of the lodge, a large elk's head. The
appropriate. Inscriptions are artistically
placed. On the pillars supporting the
arch Is inscribed: "We will amuse you;"
"Highest class amusements;" "Mirth
for your money." "B. P. O. E."
Upon the arch these sentiments ap
pear In connection with an elk's head:
"Best people on earth enter here to do
their friends;" "You are welcome with
or without the horns."
The Commercial club Is urging tho
two railroad companies to take up the
matter of a new railway station. The
club has appointed George Howe,
George Taylor and R. A. Barney to
suggest suitable amendments to tho
license law to govern vendors. The
club favors a permanent fair for Utah
county and Is now considering a plan
to purchase fifty-eight acres of land for
In the case of the city of Pleasant
Grove vs. Artemus Holmnu tho court
gave a decision In favor of the plaln
ti for $26 and costs. ThQ court holds
that the whole irrigation system of
Pleasant Grove is one.
The Lake Bottom Canal company
asks for judgment for the sum of 525
and costs against E. V. Vincent, who
Is accused of destroying the company's
waste-gate near the head of the canal.
Letters of guardianship were granted
Annie Green in the estate of John F.
Green et al., minors. Bonds were fixed
The Tarnell murder case will be heard
About 150 of the former students of
Enoch Jorgensen, now of Provo, gath
ered in the He,ber hall Wednesday eve
ning to do him honor. Mr. Jorgensen
taught ln what was called the acad
emy thirteen years ago. Although most
of his students are married and are
numbered among the leading men and
women of "Wasatch county, they found
time to accord their former teacher a
hearty welcome. Unknown to her hus
band, Mrs. Jorgensen went to Heber
to attend the party.
George Havrecamp returned from
Grand Junction last evening. He
'brought samples of the Spencer seed
less apple back with him and Is exhib
iting thorn to friends In Provo.
County Attorney Joseph E. Pago and
seven of his Payson friends have
formed a fishing party and will leave
for Strawberry tomorrow.
LOCAL NEWS OF THE
WEEK FROM MURRAY
MURRAY, Utah, June 11. The
Woodmen of the World gathered at the
cemetery Sunday morning, June 5, to
honor their dead by decorating the
graves of the departed. City Attorney
David Halgh addressed the assembly.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Janoshela
were happily surprised Monday, June
C, by a host of friends who had gath
ered at the residence of Mrs. Elizabeth
H. Lyon. A beautiful clock and other
presents were presented to the couple.
About forty persons participated In the
affair. . .
Mrs. Charlotte Baker passed away
today at the home of Mr. Holiday, a
close relative. She was a native of
England and was born October 1G, 1S20.
Old ago was the cause of her death. The
funeral will take place from the Mur
ray wardhouse June 13, at 11 o'clock
A great deal of satisfaction is mani
fested here over the outcome of the
lawsuit instituted by Fergus Lester
against the Highland Boy Smelting
company. Mr. Lester's farm has been
damaged by the fumes of the smelter
for years, for which he is to receive the
sum of $4000 as compensation.
Mr. Ahlleerz has decided to institute
a brokerage and loan business here.
The smelting company here employs
foreigners to a great extent, while the
Highland Boy smelter has been kept
free from this element so far. A few
days ago an attempt was made by this
company to engage a number of
Greeks, In consequence of which the
whole forco of employees threatened to
leave. The company gavo way to the
Uolrn nf f1ir men nnri fllsiniHuerl the
A social party was given Monday,
June 6, ln honor of Miss Margerle Ca
hoon, whose marriage will take place
in the near future. About thlrty-flve
persons were present.
The' bazar and carnival held by the
Grant ward, June, 8-10, wa3 a success.
Dr. and Mrs. Marriott were pleas
antly surprised by a message to the
effect that a baby boy has mado his ap
pearance at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
Joseph W. H. Marriott of Bingham,
a son of the doctor.
The Onlenta Rebekah lodge has an
nounced Its Intention to give an Ice
cream and strawberry social at Har
kers hall Tuesday evening. June 16.
Miss Christine Brant has received an
Invitation to visit her aunt, who is liv
ing In New York. With the Invitation
a railroad ticket was inclosed.
Lloyd T. King of Portland, Or., is
visiting Murray. In the Interest of the
Knights of Pythias.
The Highland Boy Smelter baseball
team has defeated the Fort Douglas
team ln two successive games.
Several Italians arc negotiating with
T. Kangleberg regarding the purchase
of the business establishment owned by
The family of William Van De Bo-
I PARK CITY I
I TBIBUNE BUREAU.
424 N. Main Street. Telephones 70. n
PARK READY FOR
VETERANS OF G. A. R.
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Utah, June 11, On
June 21. 1904, the twenty-second annual
encampment of the Grand Army of tho
Republic. Department of Utah, will be
held ln Park City. The headquarters
will be at the Dewey theater. The com
mittee on credentials will meet at 11:30
a. m. This committee is composed of
Assistant Adjutant-General C. O.
Farnsworth, C. W. A. Schnell, John V.
Nelson, Thomas Falcon. W. P. Rowq
and George Jaggers. The council of
administration will meet at the same
time and place. The business session
will be held at 1:30 p. m.
The members of TV. S. Hancock post
of the G. A. R- will meet at the city
hall at 9:30 a. m. There they will be
Joined by the Spanish war veterans,
and all will march to the Denver & Rio"
Grande depot, where they will meet the
visiting veterans from Salt Lake City.
The visitors Will then Join tho march
and they will proceed to the Union Pa
oiflo depot to meet the special train
from Ogden. The procession will then
pass to the Dewey theater, where the
visitors will be welcomed by Mayor
Wilson and a response given by Gen.
F. n. Clark, commander pf the De
partment of Utah-
At G p. m. a banquet will be given
to tho visitors at the Clerks' hall. At
this banquet the following toasts will
be given: "Park City," Thomaa
Kearns; "The Army and Navy," Gen.
F. H. Clark; "The Ladles," Rev, G. F.
Cook; "Our Country." Gen. M. M. Kel
logg; "Utah," Gen. Thomas Maloney.
At 8 o'clock p. m. a publlo installa
tion will be held at the Dewey theater,
and the following programme will be
rendered: Vocal solo. Charles T. Prlsk;
recitation, Mrs, C. F, Golst; solo, Mlsa
Estella Allgood; recitation, James Don.
The local post Is busy making ar
rangements to entertain the visitors,
and from every Indication tho en
campment will be one of the most suc
cessful ever held in this State. The
ladles of tho Woman's Relief corps are
assisting In the work of preparing for
the reception of the visitors.
There Is some fun In political circles
over the appointment of Mrs. Henry
Shields as registration agent. The
Democrats say that because the Judge
Is a Republican his wife should not act
as Democratic registration agent, and
are threatening to have tho appoint
ment annulled. On. the other hand,
Mrs. Shields is a Democrat and was
legally appointed, and her friends
think that it would be unfair to dis
qualify her simply because her hus
band chances to belong to the opposing
Charles Norman, an old-time resi
dent of Park City, died of consumption
last evening. Mr. Notman had been
In poor health and unable to work for
some time, yet his condition was not
thought to be serious. About 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon he walked down
town, apparently as well as he had
been for several months; but upon re
turning to his room he was taken sud
denly worse and died about 6 o'clock.
Mr- Norman was a native of Sweden
and had no near relatives here. Ho
was a member of the local branch of
the Miners' union and will bo burled
by that organization tomorrow,
President Langford and Secretary
Boyle of the Miners' union returned
this morning from Denver, where they
had been attending the meeting of the
Western Federation of Miners.
gart was. quarantined Wednesday, June
8, on account of smallpox.
Mr. Hayes and family have moved
to Bingham Junction, where Mr. Hayes
will work at his trade.
James Chanlng, an old resident, died
Tuesday, June 7.
Mall Carrier Wright and wife have
been blessed by the appearance of a
baby boy at their home.
Superintendent Morris of the High
land Boy smelter has returned from his
visit ln the East.
Alma Gardner has moved to Mill
Creek ward, near the Granite stake-
James Cahoon has left for St. Louis,
Where he will attend the "World's fair.
Mrs. L. A, Copelnnd was tho guest
of her sister, Mrs. Winder, last Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams will at
tend the World's fair.
Samuel Newhouse has obtained an
option on the property of Mr. Evans
for six months. The farm Is located
south of the Highland Boy smelter,
and it Is thought that a smelter will
be erected on this site in the near fu
ture. The erection of a new smelter
will add to the Importance of our town
as a smelter center considerably.
T, C. Slack of the Highland Boy has
returned from Michigan, after an ab
sence of four weeks. Mrs. Slack will
remain In the East a few weeks longer
visiting with friends and relatives.
Whooping cough Is quite prevalent ln
Murray and vicinity. A number of
children have died with It.
Miss Belle Olscn, who underwent an
operation in California, is improving
rapidly and Is considered out of danger.
TOOK BACK REAL ESTATE
BECAUSE SHE JILTED HIM
Special to Tho Tribune.
'RICHFIELD, June 11. Matilda Beut
ler Js a buxum young girl who was
born and reared In Richfield. Jame9
WIFE SELLS WATCH TO PAY
HUSBANDS HOSPITAL BILL
Spoclal to The Tribune.
PRICE, Utah, Juno 11. George Callaway
has returned from an operation for ap
pendicitis in a Salt Lake hospital. IU Is
feared that he niunt go again for a second
operation. Mro. Callaway was the happy
recipient of a watch, presonted to nor yes
terday. The watch, a present from her
husband, was raffled to pay tho hospital
oxpensea of Mr. Callaway, and was won
by McClure Wllon. who sold It to Jack
Edgchlll, who returned It to Mrs. Calla
way, through a mutual friend. It was a
Dr C. E. Pearson of Castle Dalo Is In
charge of the business and practice of Dr.
F F. Flk, who Is taking an outing among
friends In thu East.
A. J, Leo, prcsldont of Price town board,
spent the past week hero, with his family.
Ho Is locatod at Mack, tho new Junction
Of the R. Q. W., with the Gllaonllc narrow
Kaufie railroad, now unacr construction
by tho Gllson Asphaltum company to their
immense gllsonlto deposits northwest of
Mack, which la but nlno miles west of
Frultn, Colo. It will take about three
months to complete tho new road, which
can, when completed, supply the world, If
necessary, with gllsonlto.
B. R, McDonuld now has charge of tho
forwarding business formorly handled by
A. J Lee, and has as assistant Arthur
Hunten, who also looks after shipments
of gllsonlto for the Gllson Asphaltum com
pany from Price.
First-Class Slg. Sergt. C. B. Myers Is
now stationed at Prlco, In charRO of tho
United States telegraph lino north to Fort
Duchesne. Sergt. Henry Is stationed at
Miss Nlta Hutchinson Is a Salt Lako
visitor with her uunts. Mrs. Emma Malhls
and Mrs. Don C. Price.
Mrs. L. Lowenstcln and son, Sherman,
are visiting In Salt Lake.
After a successful term as teacher In
Price schools. Miss Winnie- Coleman goes
to her home ln Salt Lake for summer va
cation. Sho has boon promoted to a high
er grade, and will return to teach at tho
Charles Johnson, after two very suc
cessful terms as prlnclnal of Price
schools, Is attending tho University at Salt
Lako. There Is much dissatisfaction over
his removal as principal of Prlco schools.
He will be employed for tho fall turm at
Mrs, J. W. Loofbourow and Mrs. Frank
Rumsey aro both recovering from scvero
There is a host of taxpayers In Carbon
county who would bo Klad to see Mlss
Joslo Fltzgorald retain tho office of Coun
ty Clerk, In which she has served ac dop
ulty under W. H. Donaldson.
PROVES TO BE MISTAKE
Special to The Tribune.
MODENA, Utah, Juno ll.-ln tho ox
change of horses which was mado her? on
Tuesday morning by a youthful vender of
books, who rodo off on one of D. J. Lund
& Co.'s Horses, and for whom an officer of
the law was dispatched, a case of menial
abstraction was brouprht to light.
County Attorney Ryan of Cedar City
was ln town yesterday, having hoen called
hero to try the case of apparent horse
stealing. After InvestlKatlni; the case, ho
was satisfied that there was no evidence
to Justify such a charge. Tho horso had
been taken by mistake. Tho young man
against whom the complaint was mado
Tljero Is a thrifty seotlon In Novada that
will have to wait awhile beforo tho nort
of tho Iron horso Is heard. This Is what Is
known as "The White River country."
Ono of the principal settlements is Lund.
Nov , situated between Cherry creek nnd
Little Cherry creek. This place boaHts.of
two mercantile Institutions that rocoKo
their freight at Modona. Outsldo of north
ern Idaho there aro few places In this
country so remote from transportation
linos. Tho freight haul Is 145 mlloa from
Modena. and there Is no nearer railroad
point barring Tonopah. Ely. Nov., Is for
ty miles to tho northward and Tonopah
moro than 100 miles Tcst. Cholco fruits
and excellent vegetables raised there And
a roady market ln the awakening mining
camps of Ely and Osceola, while hay,
poultry, butter and eggs arc not Infre
quently hauled as far as Tonopah for sale.
Some meritorious copper-bearing claims
havo been discovered ten miles west of
Lund and on Chorry creek good gold pros
pects arc found. Tho hope of the Bottlers
In that district Isthat Ely will' soon bo
reached by a rnllroad, and thus reduce Its
team haul to forty miles.
A. E Bevcrldgc of the Trent Engineer
ing and Machlnory company of Salt Lako
City passed through hero yesterday cn
route to Ploche, Nov.
Diamond McGaugen Is an old rheu
matic gentleman who for many years
has lived the life of a recluse. "Jimmy
Diamond," as ho Is called, deeded to
Miss Beutler a small strip of ground
near the Rio Grande Western depot in
Richfield and then brought suit against
her to recover the real estate. His
claim was that he had transferred the
property to hor ln consideration of her
promise to marry him and that after
she got the lot she failed to keep her
promise. She set up that the deed was
executed In payment for housework,
baking and laundrylng done for the
old gentleman. Judge Chldestcr, be
fore whom the case was tried In the
Sixth District court In Richfield, de
cided ln fayor of the plaintiff, who re
covered his property.
Judge Chldcster gave Joseph L. Jen
sen five days ln Jail for contempt of
court. Hannah Wr. Jensen had secured
a divorce from Joseph and an alimony
provision. Joseph failed to comply
with the terms of the latter nnd Is
imprisoned for this cadse.
Petty larceny reems to be becoming
epidemic In this city. The Tribune of
June 8 tcld of the theft of some srnull
turkeys from tho James M. Bolltho
t ranch by Clarence Cluistensen. This
boy was driving the Sevier Valley
creamery wagon und Is now serving
a term in Jail. The creamery employed
Lester Ogden to take Chrlstoneen't?
place on the wagon. The Ogden youth
la 18 years old He was arrested for
the alleged theft of a pair of gauntlets
from Dr. J. F. McGregor of this city,
and pleaded not guilty. It developed
that another young man, John Dall, 20
years old, was seen with the stolen
property, and lie virtually confessed to
the City Marshal that he had taken
the gauntlets from Dr. McGregor's
buggy. Young Dnll has left town, but
wllj be arrested as soon nn he returns,
says Marshal George Calloway.
Trout fishing at Costilla Springs,
Wednesday, June 15, Special train 1:30
READY! ARJSYOU? PaC S-SOClPtV
You will be when you road tho big ad. on 8 "5 v VVi "V
THE GREATEST CLEARING SALE WE'VE EVER HELD.
Starts Monday at 9 o'clock.
F. HUERBfleH & BRO.
iV 4 j Do sun shlnowarm, dowln l&ov soft, f ' ?
AJr'" vusP IL Do Ice bus upUon do Wasatcth lakes i Itlh lll
iw h. H r? C An ,ll3hln' tara 18 ncar' s X Wm
m M I I - ! -0 sno,!V sho rro, do robin corrfo, ? T iff
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ml -Z T For ,lenln' tam la near. 3.
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7 ' lllffflllllh TTT 5 An' lily pads appear, h X H
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ay ' 4Lrs Z j- Fpr flshln' tam Is near. L jH
r You soon will seo do whlto wdnged gulls, X I III Si
nn , , i , v Hell dlvors actln quoor, A. m WvR liH
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j !" Fr "8nm tam s noar- j I ffl.EJ ;
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9 m is.J H II II VfcJ T Dcn Ket your hook an' lino In shape, -J, mM upH
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r - De sam' ol foclln' In my bancs 4 Mlm ftH
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don't spoil the day's pleasure by using poor tackle. Increase your sport many1 fold HR: l
by getting the right kind at the Big, Reliable Store. We have Lunch Baskets, Pic-
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ITiy'ssSL ti V ' rWWl A GOOD, BIG ROOMY 1 j W
I BjSlff Hammock I
I fl 18 "vkout doubt a possession worth many I 1
I H times more than it costs, especially at the low 1
1 li; fine new varieties, of the very beat niakers, I I'll if
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LACE ROBE SALE CONTINUED I 11
j FOR. ONE MORE WEEK, 1 i
Kl ' And you will raalce the mistake of your life if you fail to get one of these' artistic creations, 1 Ir ill
wiien the opportunity is given you to buy at manufacturer's cost. You couldn't get anything 1 (It 'Hi?
finer if you had it sent to you direct from Lyons or Taris, and the money we offer them for I l'trS
would not purchase them in New York or Chicago. 1 Wmk
LACE, CREPE AND VOILES in BLACK, WHITE AND COLORS, $22.50 to 100.00 I fl g j
values, for 1 'kf 11
JUST ONR HALF-PRICE. 1 j
OF BOYS! fe ' J ijlfl
a FEW WORDS TO YOU. I f f 1
For ONE WEEK ONLY, commencing I ill if
I Monday, June 13th, we offer our line of - Ifff! rl ' 1 P 11'
Children's Suits ', 'W" 1
ONE THIRD OFF ' , f M j
Our goods havo all the style, chic, and "" Sj(0' WJf 1 lill'
up-to-date features of fashionable clothes j 11 jp9 1 if!!1
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