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PRINTERS TO GO
ON STRIKE TO-DAY
VANDIVLR ASSURED
REBATING WILL END
VETERAN OFFICERS
SHIFTED BY KIELY
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5U5AIJIY- LOCUST- OUWE.siCO-
Eight-Hour Daj to Be Denuded
in All Shops Where It Is Not
Now Granted by Employers.
BOTH SIDES ARE PREPARED.
Xc-w York Typotlietae Officials
Say 33 of the 4S Members Will
Place OjtfriSHop Cards ia
Establishments.
REpri!U .-I'K-.IAI..
New York, J us. 1. for the flrst tlm.
B.f;c- th i,w..i!2-i!!r,ii of tli- liil-injtlonjl
TyMBia;iM3i L ir.'in. a ; n-ra. M.Ike will
Kt .nt M'-ci Mct:i(t:uu fr.ttfiur.x :n -v.r,
shop in tf.t t ..::- J .-i..!.-- -.d 1J.1n.1Ja
untie llii in;. . ft-.-?- to Kt-U.t .til
.U;hi-'ioj.' v.tiiku;; daj
i--v. s i tins' itnitf. th union j.rlriter!
Ir. raMiui in jt th c-'umlry hiv lit. n
.r--eri tM ".or'1 i ti.rM.. nt ut ti.wr
toatitiui . 1 ti - strikes luif ahujf
I., a .- tint..... . . 1, :u nuny ci.-. thtvc
b-n wn by t.i- rmp! -,..
Sv tilth .t uijM.1) iui..l ft mure than
n fjur'T if -i rr.iuiuu i iii-irs. 'il.tjitied
l.y hevy ---"eriii r.t uii '-vr imi.ia
jinr.l.r .i le-HTi-iin-sl If-.rt t- i te- m..!
u -lrtIjin ll. eishl-h'jur uy ttWvr-
(!.!
l'rcm the Le-i s.ire.-s of lnf'irinjtloti on
Is.lh fli;t to-i i,-At. lnaif ali:ih --ia t'
jixiiit ' a ftif.r Hit'.-t in N' ..rk It
was rt..".l .!;:. ii r th.. unlrn that
m SiTiii li.tiit J.x.i5 l..jk- .i.ty from the ,
I'm .1 Tjj-.dr'et.i. n! ; !, :lv lt.fi.rm.'l
th- union stmt ir.y noiid I'l.ik.- i-iiitr-icts I
V.It . t t.-ll.il...v..
out ..f ti,. 'j1.' m-sulii rs f TviKMropli- '
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Iltli.-i.I ( i.v 'h t Si.'., i ! ,:. : will i,.-,
ot. if i tu -tr.l . ii, tn.irr'..-..
. "" T , je.-ri ii.. .ii; ;.i is Jul'.' e-tab-(
ll-ti-d .. t t.. ..r.irv !i 'iif Jo. .in aii.iy ..I a
it t 7" nii,..i .ti jT.m rs in .in .iil
i J niliiuU' i i U'.-i' T'tj'ti .-tr",t, wh'Z'-
t"-ii;i:i ainl tu:il- .itv ir.:u-l So !-
li y,u.i : Ju- iii aS("S fr :ts no
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'fn- p. in il .irutu nt .t tli tiii'loy-
ri .iKilti-' i::. i nil ii v Mi- iht-tiir .Jjy l
'ih ! j ,ii- !!' unnl" t ruii-:" at a
t""fi! mt'i oiit-iJ'j Jir:ii". am! :t oioifvl t
ut ofr '-ii ! oik f i- ttiin '-a n '!.
li- n,U In :unnii. in n'i:,t u;star.'-' i jt
.i 1 --
' 1 1 'iish'it'! tht" tiurtry .tr'- 4"m union
! i-iiil It .i 's'.tni: ) tli it 0.tw ul
i. - ii'n. h.i.- tt.- :i;!it-n. .ir !.u
I1 -. - .i; ! I Tv-Ui'ti. :!; Ute to
Uit:t.' tji ii .it Ji.in tiitrti-ri if tli'ir
. - jlit i-i-inU -H v. i.iiiil ti- t..:i bn-tnt-s
tit t 'Aii inn , n.th (-n--!ii '.ints
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ONE CHICAGO COMPANY
GRANTS THE EIGHT-HOUR DAY
3-n 1 i-!.i -l
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1
"lie only important de
li, tht p:.!.I-I tr.k
:. ! of 1I1 'Iltnt hour
1. in'!' I'ritiliti 0.11-i.,.-l
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Jul i 'Ie t
in t .- 1 .t
fti. hr.11 fi.rtr.
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t llied ad a . !
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ri. had p tfl an .p"l
'lie i:i'ii;.. ..t pull . !
i!ii;)rta:ii lctotJ by tne
I. It WrtKl.r pr.td.rt of TMK.iraphSi-.il
I UK n No 1'. kp-. -. ! th- op.tilun that
1. 'it ri, or" thin tu't.ti tile .i'Mlu.i:i ii
5r ntrr.H atiu-l :'.! .in ylt.iie to-:ii"rp
ni'irtiin
"Fn. ticfct-b.iur movement. Iti.iururate.t
t.itl ji.j1; ti .:.!. wil! not tti ik- niai'ii
iUle In roMiitlo.'l' ltl Cui'.lKO, whel" 1
rti-lke h.n irt n '-a tor evil tnoiiliin.
Jnt.r.t here it 1 irK' l in thi tle'-el-oaxuU
la otlur cltlc.
I'hllarfelpbin Men !.l.
Vhtlad .I'U. 1. Jan. I 1 tit -n.ur "f th
1'JO prlatltoc tiniK 111 tfili "tj n.tv.. -icn.it
th ure:r.nt n 11.1t in.it mwJ,-' n
iKht hour noik ila.,'. i i.e.v. rinn- t.ow
iiT. uro not nienit rs : (! 1 ip:heta.
ti." niiiitT iirii.t"!-' "ianlzatiinu 'l't.
I'llii1. beiunini; to tli" iwj.li. iae relu-e
to oricitl in- fdiorti 1 wik Oty.
Although Hi prit.terb' -t:k" beeun to
la, lit ejt'"U Uil. :i ' le .:.'. ll ill t.i to-
murr. w. ffati-" .'f th. h li2 1 Thirti .tic
5 3") itieinl'f. of 1 1. '1P- irtaphiial I
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n.i luj'ii In fie l..
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in Ite. entl erfiiii'-n TpoIti. t.i nrni
11a . i;.itd ti -ttik-- l.j I'.ikut; ..t th.-ir
tin l and tl.e ...nip In hale mote tttali
tltl-i th plac.ji of t'lf UI.Ihk mtll
.Kvti niie uf out l.j" 11 tnt r-. with
th' . "!;.. ti o? twetitv tii. .in..M'it.l t.
'h. . cat tiour-.l.ii I .1 .iii. wa- tin j int
rei. , ,i.i uut fi-ilaj Itotu ti.
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St. -ii. . Jan 1 A' a iij-'itiK of I
St- i.' :i Tipostri-Ni al I ti.jn. Xi " I
. .ii. ti.e n ' 1111 .in. nt w.i- ma.! ,
h' ' 'niii:.i)in,: ; rtm rs and pubil-n-
ktmi l.n. 1- 'ti ..:.! th- . n-.-u- 1
t. . .1. He. .tl. f'"Rl J 1:11 if. 1 .-. .
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l.i. rs atit put ..-r.-rs j M.'to-T M-!n "- or n I usjrs t to
t. j n.' Ji....r- 'I t e 1 I tl- 'ii.'tt.i ip Mi n rl ' - ir. ' mvs
zr ail - l tl. jibJM- Va-.dinr. "Tj. o - ..
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W.io the rip.ith-.trt- .f
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ant not .Isiiu.irv I i.
d. rnand of tvi union
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DEMANDS OF PRINTERS MAY
AFFECT THREE LOCAL FIRMS.
At St !V .
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l!i'i i -s,
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even t .t :& vr.'.ca ! i lis tcl. are not
-.": ji .en i"
T Tvr--"'et'tie r' $t Zj- ifi 11 jrJ
t ret -t tao derativi or tie etcbt-bour
t r J ie esi..'! -.- 'if Ty-X' a-.it!a-1
p T'-ei -rt r"f -e at r- wit jc.
I ? JO "A WteiS Of tlftj fOIi- h-O". -H"
tvt kirs-i eatici. Il r-r u. . of ;a.
--t b --r
Tfe ft -'Int r estab. -T!rt -iss
1 l a.t 'r I ' t- t nr.-teit bf -i
r-kevt 3-t ' W sslvr- TtT-i
It - -" ''j-5 r Cur-a- ail R
I St. i4 r Cv
Catarrh
aa-k. .i& . .. ..r. vsbs - - --"'
-Li-aay CcwiriJtai 31 li-oW arr UiZ c
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-kttrntics.
It Ii a dk-jree frJ-s tie -saoccs - . f.
trE ttr-3 Irjst la s t:e cf lriJn;ravt.oc
by a Ix-cr- ccsttacslj ctva3t, rcc.
litKxi cf tic b..isl.
HoodSarsapariUa
Cttrrs al! fjrsi ot swisntt. TsdksSy
r-rnrsa-itly : ra--os is a& i-
4Vl-MVU-wC U Um .lUcUk Git SwfCs.
v
wi-rtnrri. its 4. -. k-...-.i-!ra. j NirV. Ve a k-biV-;4.or
rotir-f -ieAte sjrrviJ, clrr t ' a - r-- i-rx. Ho.
Several Large Insurance Compa
nies Hare Promised to Aban
' doa the Practice.
THINKS McCALL MUST RESIGN.
Declares Hill, Odell, Bliss and
ortelyou Should Have Been
Examined by Investigat
ing Body.
MrCALL. PIT? RIIli.TIO
I
t H.D OF
A FKIED.
i:nPL'iujc .iKC!.u
J"o York. Jan. 1. While It v:xr
il'iile"! to-dav by -ral of th tru
t'- of th Ntr York Ufo that the
r-MKiiatf::i of John A Mcf.ill.
prlilmt of tli" company, had lt-:i
piJi'l In th l.nl f tht' t'oarrt at
n rnctlmr iiil to ha- 5.tn li.-Id
List Saturtlav icoT.Inir. it is !
lu-veil that Mr Mc-all wilt tako
this st-t at th" annual nf-tinc of
tl.f trustc-. which wilt !c hcW
vtnf fill?
AtiKuMus . Fnyn-. who l a
rti-T.l-r of th- commltt ami at.-o
a trut. Faitl to-nicht that no
iR.-tlns of ih" cutntiiittK liail t-n
h'M on Aittirttiy. nor haj tl." tru
t. int on thai !av
' am quit .uro." alit Mr IMynt.
that I would know it If Mr. McC-i'.t
li.-ol v.rlt'e.n a I"ttr to iho coni
mitte'" It xi thf opinion of s"vral of
the ir-inK is of th Irfjard who Wf
-I to-Jay that it w.u not at alt
unllkdv that Atr .V-Cail hat! Ii n
noiitlwl by a frion.l of the infii
tlo'i of th c.niinltt"!' to sharply
'ritlri"- hi tratiat:oii with An-lr-w
Hamilton In a r-port to b
s'lhmltt' Wi-dnsilav. an. I that ho
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h:il tak'-n ft:s to firt.ill :tn ail-
vt-" action of tl"- lioan! tv plaoiiur 4k
it Ifttr f re'tmation la th' hanils 4
of a frl'ndlv tru-tx. who 'l ;.r 4
tit it a.t the loard s nnnu'tl ni'"t-
X
!:i:rrm.l-srrjr-TAT..
J"ff"r-on ntj. Mo. Jan. 1 -P tp"rtr.tnil-
nt of Insura.'ic" V J Vin.llvrr. In r
th" r'f'.riiis that .-liould c m from th'
S' w York lnrs.liiratin'i
"!"or instance, .-.vral of th Inr rom-
panl.' have a-t.r"! me lit t'i"V us 1 en
ntion aft.-r this ila'e md b-'-ore -I. c .m-
p.itile n. t their !H"n- reiiev.-d Jlirrh 1
"It I- uLo Kratlf.iti4 to b' ub t
H-.I that tl. Mi-s.iu-1 i-tinii ante ltv-
.I.-r-!.Je,! , a:o,, tn.. prietlce of wltlllll
ioird niiitraets-. .,r votr-l 1 fje-clil ecn-t-uets.
whicli t hi mtll ti it ha not Ik.
io:jtld--ml Kit';:.!, ate not :i;j'r'."d by
ti. Im it Ui-ui mre authorlt es. TIiu" will
Hi-Ik It "H-i.-r to it'ip the 1 notice of
ut-dd.-- eoiiipanl.'-."
MICIIT STOI I.ICKNSRsj
AUh .uch -Mr. Vandiwr .1. -Ilted to state
Ms it"Hl!on. in..'.. eI:;l I y. it s b -il"-.-d
that no -itniini w I. Bet i! I:
c n." r. '.iiii without asreelns 10 the.-"
two roti.Iit lot's.
i Trie er 'i'f a iiozn or more e"ri-
I partes thit Iuve In-, n do tic thts n'etil-
-intr-ir b'j-lm -j. and tiu-v it is ui.d.-r-tovi
that It mu"t j--..p or ttiy -tvl:i h ive
tr..ul.l" V'ttk'.K 1iciii"s In MiJOri.
I lei. rtliK to tile r .tm.r iii.it Joiin A. 31 c-
ill li'is re-lsr..l the j.r. j-l.I. nej ol th
New- York Uie Mr Vandii-r -aid his
iH'-t Information front N"iv . ork is that
tli'-re I- a crow inn b. lief thire that th"
re-1cr.atl.1n :s U.ur.d to come, and that
leij smi-i.
Till: HAMILTON AITTOAVIT.
II" re.-lv"! ".tlt-'r.il -"llrplmts from Xw
York to-day. n.ir!y all t-t" par"r.s tMcr
l iiiandl':i: Uie r.-ri-ct-allon in vt;nuii
t ttn.
Mr Vatullter also rre..il '-om the
r-oit lutiv a -opy of th " .ludne" H t'tilltoti
atlldaiit. an.I after renlmc it -t.-it"d 'h-if
nn-r iiatniitor or Met -.111 na : wirn
f .1 Its. Ii fy tl IA ii... .1 iriji t-ei .it Ii j l-ft, I.
rn. .xs n imll'n'i irtl.e.. It about Ji.'.
i.r. r ftial jlel ill tll.i.l" It
Jir andli.r h-M".! tttHt it wa; vrv un
f ortup.it" tint th X'-w Yrk onitt.lt t
hid il.-.-il lt.s l....irlnc without puttlna;
four nior.. ceiirbrien on tii" -tand.
sai.ai:y rx:.fiiNKi
T!.e-- In-11 -ir- Inild II Hill. iin bit
... -. . : . -
- ' ciiii. :-.i"m lear rroia "i" r.iuiti-
ir.... ai.11 lla- i:ol 10.1l W...1" 11 is .r. .md
I lorn.'T i:o-..rior M1I. who a- hainnaii
' tl." Hi pul lii-i'i "-t.-.t Commit''.' han-
!!.! - mi" of th- funis vhll Co-r.' !::
l't " a'l't I'o-lnia-:. r et-iil 1. -orce U
C' r'olv. u hai-e i.ut l-en alt i 0-1 tu .
P'.tin whi ih-i .. .11. .'.! I.t.ndi-ds of
'hoti-Mtids .if ili.lliis .f poll 1 h m.ers
f . 11. 1 tor J-'.tl. al purj-i-'S
j McCALL'S RESIGNATION.
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t.. wiil -.i Alii. ii t r Jo' n i
v i--:i -. i .t . . 1. 1 - ., i :.uiiiti j
.lone! disiu-i- tie t.. itt. r t -: r-ii-.. il
tlv o'.i.rma-.oii w.is o'talml tli it Mr I
in'all h.t ' loiCTil t'l. nr. -i.l. ii.-i .if tli
New ,ork I.tle In-ur.uit-e i'i)ni;,-iiiv
vitb it cntn li.ti.nu.itli n tl.nt Mr Mi
t"ali hid already turn. .1 our t" the nr-i-
""- a s-io.l. fij.
T'W." .a:: .'-
or -!..'" infrlnc tin
rw Iia.-.""o., rtveii.il
I-mI and whii-h are v.t 'jr,.-ii-.t.i:iit.-! tor
.1 detail
"It was alo t'ar--ed thit Abxanl-r I.
orr s.-iM probahlv .lar.-c,! Jr Mcall
a. rr"-"d-"nt " the comp.ni-,
Mr M.'C-i'fs payn-.-nt of th JT. f.ii
ilarod itih.t Ar..: w Ham: l"r P '
lr.we, up-'ti th re. i, t ..f the r. wr' from
e New Vo-k I-lf !"! alive nufnc--W'
li John C MrCall tr .-icht h.-ni f-..tn
l-ar.s la-t ek I' I s air- Ii N-r m id.
si'n that ts-- Fia- -o-nrrltt" d'.i not
r ri-U- II iml!:. n sta'-m. ialifii -. r
as at. ixflatiil.in if i --arsa Hi i.-.
T.i ore '.il.l In n1 lfl"r.
Tikr l.iia -e Ii" t.-!,-!-. Tab!ts
1 '- s.-i.l. '.: ll- -,e f 'i'ii,i.t.
r '. ..r-i. t ie- .t n . ,Xk , tio. .
WOULD PROTECT TEXAS QUAIL
taiiii'T- Kfjion- i-l-ow p.ir.ls !- i
.-tr'y P. oil UY,.vil.
nt ji sr-i--.
ii.
Mti Ar.t.itlo.
J-" 1.-A- a Iirc'.y
tt-r f .r of Tea
isi or foot to
rf x li-x to prt. t
ittende-l n"-'Ti
tsiij , in if n .t
- . v'e th- pa.iir.
sai! fo' five -?
(,,.5,. -Hitted at -u-y c. o-.-,' "
prevent tfcir
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mi .-.s to csr tn f ts It Oavr. few. J
Mx.ns to !ni'j'l touchi' inur-.iiCe ' t,-nr i, m-.;. t. TW- tTtlton- h Mns -rritter
ilil ti-rlehf -.tteil In- ert.nt Iathrds. who pi
The n.w yeir op.-s wl'h th pro P ft , ' lh'l Ti,iT$ I S-rtot to till tli v.iran-.'-of
a number of cnioti.-al tmprnnn-nw In ' i 1 '" th traii-fer of ncraer.Jit lltss
.,.. ,. m,..i ,- J.,- ,., i.,;.i n.i.,,,1.11,. t-prt'aiit !athrid?" will walk from
.;-i:it" with our dcpa-trivnt in th- rr rt "'" !' -"-'' "' "'- ' i'"". i.ci mv i-i-
to -tin tlie i.ra.-t-ee of tebi'l'cr pattrin.. 11 n' n tltltv
"In f-rt th." a-ure m" !l..t thev wl I f.l Ojflr. - Tom Mahon of th On-
ti.s. hare an) a.nt found jpilitv ' tat- Irjil H'trt.-t inor.av K-tuad was .ltui.e.l
pra.tl.". :.t.,t I e.xre,-. ... IkM -h. m to "Il; v"V'"r-:! -1".", '' 7 '" ,u,,,.,,,t '.kJ lllZ
.... .1,.. 0. . . .1 .. ... k.,..t.. ... . .... ! tru't. Th lux.- Mv.it Ion r uit"t In eiilit
Three Police Sergeaata and Two
Patrolmen Moved for "Serv
ice's Good."
MORALITY SQUAD IN ACTION.
Sergeant Colestock Not Given a
Keason Patrolmen Hannaber
ry and Stewart Switched Aft
er Investigation.
I Thrt police S'rtrar.t an.I two patrol-
rni.'i iii.h. "u !'t.." v.rft.ritAv iv ortlrfi
I of Chltt of Police M.ith-w kiety. The
change ia bi!s. rouittl after the matter
nail iK-t'a linear aovisitfin'rni lor cri-ai
Jai. Chief Klolr'a onlv pzplnnatlon of
thr thar.Ki-s i that ttiy werv made for
th. "K'd of th" i-ervic-.
S"rtcant Jeor" V.". Colcto-k. of th-
J Cet.trat District, ha luta returr.l to the
k.tx-cond uistrict. Ina -..i"'.-. lie . V'
A "ti more than five ars ani. He ! re
a t'lacfd la the Central PNtrtct by S-rsatt
Z ( W. il. lie, of th- Thiid IflTic:. who i3
2 J lr turn su;cftt4 in that district bv Srr
4k . N't.'ir.t AiiKi:t I-athridijf. of the P"Cond.
: i The two patrolmen affec:-.I by in
, chanic"s are 1'ollceHif n ."' t!"-. Stewart
4. an.I James H.nrjabi-rry. of th Central
jt I D!tricl. who la Ih-!i U"n a Ivee a-
I MKiihivnt in ti." nt'Ichborhood of KadJ
. bridee. Th'-y fornwrlv walk"d a li.-at
'which Included th" blocks ttwi-n OHv"
i anl Mark t ytr- ts tind I'roadway and
i Klct.th strt-ot.
tv rK"ar.t C(.l"t-'k hat bt"n in th Io-
lie l) partm"nt for mure than t"titv-
nlno y-arn .md hi" n.r li-m lfor the
X'ollrc !ioari. X navmi bate fcn n slitu
to S-rr"ar.t cI"ftovk .r to any of th"
'ot'r polio. ort'"r for the chanRos.
rk-rprant o:ocfc. jiince his removal to
ti. CVi.iral Iiitrict from th Second.
nior-' than fiv ".in aKo. h hn In
, charn" :f a suoi of ra-ti In the WVutorn
ct!un of th- Central District. H! ter-
rit"t-v included treetn l"twen Eleventh
and Ttteniv--ecopil tr-eti. north of Mar-
I-t. and from WanhinKton awti'l to
''hoateau avoiiu wtst of Kicht"-ntli
"'siet. S rear.' lt"s wiil nrolle ovir
1:'-- prrlmry in future.
H-rgtant colii-tcffc. In returnit.g to th
jm1"".'! IM'trir't. wiil walk from Cherokee
I "U-el on th" .-outh to 'uenandoah on ihc
"""h. an J from th I-. wt to Klh-
Cliout'iiu jvcri:- to !sVnanliah avenue
:itu! from the lw to Ninth tret.
It war rp"-.d to Chi. f Kl"!y ffirai"
'In.1 ao that woman wti" fn iineiititiR
women li-ins lir uclii to th" Central DH-
tri-t In oil" n'sl 1. Th. y were rhanp'-l
wi'ii "wati'l-rtt.-; am!, after bclni; de
taitaii in tli l-oldover over n'ltht w.rt
seit to the police eourt. Th" tran-fer ot
!I.inn.il rry and Sf'-.vart foltovv.il the
vsit of the tr.cral!: .-.jLij.l into this ter
ritory. FIRE AT HARRISBURG, ILL.
CAUSES LOSS OF $60,000.
iti:rr.i.ic pit.'Iai.
tiai-lslmri-;. ill.. Jan. I. Tho e.i half
of the Public t'.iuar was totally .tetroy'i
I.v lite at " o'clock this ntorntnR. T5-"
tire orltrinat'i in th rear md of I'earc"
Uros kick cry and mt.it market, and
spuad rap I y t two lars' d-i-C'svl
-tor- on the- south and two btill.lln-t-. ;td
jo'.nini; en t!i- north. Tney were iiracll
e.illj new brlik struettire-.
I.'ees ai" -s ilm.it. -1 a fol'owr: I'earc
ISros. vroc-j. -"): C'irontcV I:'nl'ns
i!h'-e. Itt ill ler -.tory. t:vi. Model Itm
taur.i'it $i'"': Doctor J W llill-.tce. on
ill p r flo.ir. $!': tl UVIdemann. on butil-liig--.
Il't"""- Ketoi trv C! .! Company.
on ro.j.i. and btrIJinr. tX".. Ua'ph Towle
Cvmpnnj. n "' l. rno-t of which were
cirrieii out nnd siv-i IX,tt; Joint Davea
IKirf. on tiul'dlnt-r. r.0,o.
Verv hit!" ipsnnnce wan carried by
tho- who Jt;l"'.d 3o-..
Th I'o-t-OlTir" bud line wa dam.tneil l"y
fnioko a'd water but all th mail nraa
Kii'Tn out without da inane.
The tn.rchai't- w'-. us-;iin.st Iimi to
day wr 'mr-i I out al-mt Pint month
id. and th b-i'ldlmrs hid retentlv ln
rebuilt Th orlpln o' th fir- s unkno-an
but is N-'. veil t& have leen th work of
inc. nd.ar. .
Tloma- IVarr an.! Parry Kennedy, f.r
rr. n. 1- .--it"" -uffoc-afd by s-T0k while
fichtlni; tb- t'.r- arj wn cirri.il out of
the ba'T!i'-;. Tt ey oi- -evived.
'hart'- T'TpI. ten was knoeked r."-I-s
an ! iii head c"t I.v a falllnc skyl.sh
wMl ts-'-tlm; in remoiltiir meil..
Th I" I - f that the b'll'llr-r was -t on
llr" is " rctbered I.v the fi.'t till? or.li
twi w.'is afi burcl-irs .r.ter.-! th rear
f a cl " -; tore .ii ross the street and.
jn "it i-tr-i' p :iw:iy a lot of dotiilr.B
j t lactt n i i lite.) lamp ti th floor In on
i ...-rer ' he bu'Mir.i: and threw a tot of
I.'o- c! : s over it
?f!RS. HiTCHCOCK'S RECEPTION.
Mi-s arr tf St. I-miis A.ists at
V-.':ihi!i"-ton i-'iiiiftjoti.
T'l-. I'-M-b.lc Ui-rvi.
'V va-t itu' Ji i-i nr. ! I' .-tret..
V.'.it- : 4.-1. n. J ii. l-'.' ip. mat.v bill
iiatit X- Y ir"- r-' ep-i ns on of the
r.n.-t p r. .tins w.t.s . .t of Mr' ilitch-eo-k.
v :- of th" s--r. t rv of tt.i? ln
t.nor. tsnen tits ih.ir'nte ho-tes. wi-n-si-t-d
n Mr- Vurr.r wife of the t.-w
Si.a!or from Ml oiiri. Mirs Carov s
tr "f Mr- Hence; ir C-inipb-II
-Mrs c I. Wai -:t. Mi Kap. Mr
M r' i. !l n-v Mrs p : l.,u;p Mr.
Art! . ii.'ti". 'r' M I-ii.ct Coil er of
Xev "i k .! A S ill. Mt- II
It. PI - M-s Alfr- I !. v Mi-. Htn
tl.ilph i.'- M u . Mt s .-iinib..- M!'
Mi -.n .vl -- ".. ii. M's Sarser.t Mli
Pri .- . and Ml- M ni.le Cirr ot M.
leJuU
CAN OF BEER CAUSES FIGHT.
Friiinl- (juarn-l iier Trite f
Mr. uk .utii One I- Si:il.t.nl.
III.- I va- -pile I '.it i i'-t over th
I tti ' h . ir. of ! r H '.ry St.lnanJ
ii : -ei iiiir t :.'i ;m .:,ij. ,:.. ..,.-
tiJ". . - -tatL. I in th I. ft arm and I. ft
s I-, t ...,. c . tr J P. ar. of No.
1 1 i, ' r.voad -iii.t. last nubt Jn
Stent i 1'irtii t ho ."
Pit.' ir was hit or h heal w th a lutir
of cixii ,. tit s-jt.vinel a scalp woJr.d
Xrit -r s rj-ir - sr- yno -tr wa.
loci-ei! .. at tb- Thl-J CKstrict Poi c -jt
tic r, a ftirco cf as-tit to kl I f" '
s:e racj wa- taken io the Clt Hospital
REEL COLLIDES WITH WAGON.
lrter Sullivan Thrown to
.iro-iiitl Wliii.' IIotiJing to
Alarm.
Ji-r.es pulPvas. driver of ho
re-J No
has ii-i.- to th nr
Xrt. :'5 ?tldar. -:ret Ut n!sM hi
r rs-fvjt-s :& ir; Ur-n. by co "i line -it.w. i
-t X-. . j
rant
i-i.41. .-i stir. ,sa. it. K . on: c: I r.. S 5
. ay. t t the ;iter it ! re.-Jrt.! ("rove
I ft.s -r e d.r-ettr n th" wy or the are
irr-r-.:-. Ne.tt-r oj t.'.e ise-i tti, -n.
icrevj rj; zr.e ;-o veSKifs re la ill v
iani3,etl
-
Mf - 4SS.I4ll RPfMH .. .. ..
lui lum ntruru iu ut fcAHLT.
(Jiniit
r- A-ssficiation Will litie
Ficr" .lunnarv ."..
1Iji. ic. Jaa I -sr-"-irT I'Uck-
a " th NjiIi rj.
cVtt' a ..ttirers a.-
' T1 nc-Ce-J lirtt tha
t-'
-"rv "- 4 i'.-ii i ui rtii-onn Seat
IV - ri - s -It La oo January S.
T5e C, v--E-T-'Ct trja. repcrt OT. bJl!"
nri - 4 t. st i oa Jar.mry .1. fcu. jc,- Q;
t - -. "rr. "-?"--' - -'"
- . , . . -ka. -K.n- ... s. v . - 4V a 1 ...
the
ttitti - .: .! cn-;.-ir.s
im
HalLnal .1 -miU.ui m
?jtt - Ci k-;t. ! firty-ftre In a.ra-I
art tve-nre.! to-.lir titi.e tfc!r .s I
ga - .I fr itfSl-lwGr Ajy waj rfi-J. 1
To-day we start our Annual January Sales of TJndermnslins, Ready-to Wears, Linens. Lace Curtains, etc
Immense stocks of merchandise, bought especially for these sales from the best makers in America and Europe,
Nothing has been left undone to make these sales this year more successful than ever in real value-giving.
Annual January Sales of
Linens. Bedspreads, Sheets. Pillow
Cases and Blankets
Prices named below are much lower than to-day's market
quotations would admit of us making; but we had our Great Jan
uary Sales in mind months ago and bought heavily before the
recent rise in flax and cotton, thus securing: values which are de
cidedly remarkable.
TOWELING. SATTS "BROCADK
m.tneh Toilet Cottoa Hack TABLE LIXEX8.
Toweling reduced from !ie to 4!ic
lC-lnch Russia Crash reduced
from c to e
17-Iach Glass Toweling reduced
from 10c to. ..............S lJc
17-inch all-linen Bsxnslejr
Crash reduced from lie to Se
17-Inch Hack Toweling reduced
from 1 oc to.
lS-inch twilled all-linen un
bleached Roller Toweling re
duced from 12 -ftc to
TOWELS.
Size 17x32 hemmed all-linen
Towels reduced from 15c to. .
Size 17x32 hemmed heavy linen
.10c
.lOc
Huck Towels reduced from luc
to
.ISJic
Size 20x40 hemmed heavy Huck
Towels reduced from 21c to. . .17c
Size 20x39 Webb's dew-bleached
hemstitched Huck Towels re
duced from 35c to. 23c
Wenched Turkish Towels re
duced from 20c to 13c
Bleached Turkish Towels re
duced from 30c to
TABLE DAMASK.
CO-lnch all-linen Cream Dam
ask; COc value
70-inch all-linen Cream Dam
ask; 85c value
.4ne
.5c
72-inch all-Unen Cream Irish
Damask; $1.25 values 83c
o2-!nch all-linen bleached Irish
Damask; C5c value 30c
70-Inch all-linen blenched Irish
Damask; $1.00 value flflc
72-Jnch all-linen bleached Irish
Damark; $1.25 value S3c
72-:nch all-linen bleached Irish
Damask; $1.50 value 91.06-
XAPK1NS.
29-Inch red-bordered Napkins
reduced from $1.00 to, doz. ...75c
17-inch German Dice Napkins
reduced from S5c to. doz 60c
24-inch German Dice Napkins
reduced from 90c to. doz 85e
1 S-tnch silver-bleached all-linen
Napkins reduced from $l.vu to 86c
20-inch German all-linen cream
Napkins reduced from $1.1.5. .81. S3
22-incb silver-bleached all-linen
Napkins reduced from $1.C5. .$1.23
22-inch mercerized bleached
Napkius reduced from $1.75 to,
dozen $1.50
22-inch silver-bleached heavy
all-linen Napkins reduced from
)2.5u to. dozen $1.75
22-inch bleached all-linen Irish
Napkin; $2.0n values $1.83
"4-incli bleached all-linen
l.c-:.vy Napkins reduced from
$2.50 to, dozen $2.00
24-inch silver-bleached, all
linen, with lace borders, re
duced from $3.50 to, dozen. . .$SJM
2 4 -inch bleached all-linen
D-i-mask Napkins reduced from
$3.75 to. dozen $3.00
1'7-inch bleached all-linen
Damask Napkins. $.00 values,
for, dozen .$1.30
112 dozen full double Damask
Pinner Napkins reduced from
$5 'Jo to. dozen $3.30
lit dozen full double Damask
napkins reduced from, per
do.:.. $7.50 and $C50 to. doz. $3.00
1-ATTKItX T.-U1I.KCLOT1IS.
Size 2xJ ---yard Cloths reduced
from. each. $2.75 tt $2.00
Size 2x2xi-yard Cloths reduced
fro.n, each. f3.25 to $2"30
Size 2x3-yard Cloths reduced
from. each. $3.75 to 8J.OO
20-inch Napkins to match, per
dozen $2.30
;t-!nch Napkins to match, per
2x2l-yard double Damask
no:!- reduced from, each,
$. IO ( V ftp
24-im-h Napl:in to match. doz.$&50 rc-iuceu from II. C. to $13
2x3-jard -pcc!a tine all-linen Double-bed hi.- white cotton
Cloths reduced from, each, filled Siikoline Comfortables
$3. 5t to ................. .$2.50 reduced from $2.0o to SloV)
GIRL KILLS MAH TO
DEFEND HER HONOR
Barbara Taxer of Oklahoma City
Places R;vlver Over Heart of
Who Persisted in His Atten
tiocs Surrenders to Police.
r.nrt-ntic sfjvtai
Ok'.ho.Tia city. Olc. Jan. "!. nrtr
Ter. a German rlrl. 3 yeor CM. ho
r.W ttS hr tjSi-le Mathew Taxer. ct
T.'t -Siath Rot-ir.n tr-et. hot ni k'.T.tl
V C i"illtilen. at W o'clxk ttU rncrnl-is.
.-:e ;as Go-s:.n ru tterr.r:lr.: to -suit
hr r.J thot he kl.lrj him defne
c: hr hcror.
There so witness to the .hootlr.c.
Ti Klrl Mrs he tK broke aay front
IleJiie--i ani Jrcv:rr1 s rlto. frons the
j Zto-pr of a cot. rsiujfn returned to the
a.-jwuult ani he rlac.4 the euzzle cf th
jirt(il ovr hi' h-rt a1 f.r.l. The rail
3Uii!e it. eiit bar of the jeft hip.
G!Min when hot. av or.e crera nt
rsitn ran tux of the bouse ami hj-J cne
haK V.otk to the north before he fe:L
The strl urr-rr.!.r'J to Pol.'cet-san Eee-a.
b.Ofsistn 3 a the hatter ar-fv-sy.:
ar.d t lta.3--4 at TWIce heaSuarter
p-riftinc tt' Coroner- l;-3--t. h)a mtll
t- held at 1 o'chxrk tn-roorrow.
(7lJl1en tat mr oM ivj Ht
tl U kr.cwn of htm srp( that farcie-l
a acat-fcee sardi is the tnsfcuta cf &
An entirely new finish, whlck mafcea
the design to stand out ia relief
and gives the whole cloth a beauti
ful satinlike sheen, which Is re
tained even after the cloth is laun
dered. The designs are aew and
original. ,
These goods are confined to as for
all the Western. Southwestern aad
Pacific Coast States.
SUSl-in. Cloths. $7.50 to $12.00
Slx90-ln. Cloths. IS.r.O to S1&30
StxlOR-ln. Cloths. $9.50 to Sl.VOO
Slxl26-ln. Cloth. $11.00 to f 17.30
81xl44-in. Cloths. $12.50 to S29.ee
t0v 25-inch Napkins to match, per
2C-inch Napkins to match, per
dozen
.913.00
;S-!nch Napkins to match, per
dozen 81S.OO to SWUM)
EMBROIDEKEII LIXESS.
Doylies. Centerpieces. Bureau and
Sideboard Scarfs. Lunch and Tray
Cloths at s regular prices.
HEMnCO COTTOX SHEETS.
Bleached, patent re-enforced seams
throuch center.
72a90 Blcach?d: 50c quality. . .40
Slx'JU Bleached; 55c quality. . .43c
GSsSO t'nbleached: C.'.c quality. 48c
72x90 Unbleached; 75c quality. 53c
81xt0 Unbleached; SOe quality. 80c
90x90 Unbleached; S5c quality. 85c
SPECIAL QUALITY SHEETS.
54x90; COc value for 38c
ti?x90; Use value for 55c
72x'.0; 75c value for ...80c
729; 85c value for. ....... .88c
1x99; 9Uc talue for 75c
90x90; 90c value for 73c
90x99; 98c value for 83c
PILLOW CASES.
Hemmed.
42x30; 12 Me value for. ......10c
45..3i; 12 He value for 10c
42x3C; linen finish; 14c value, .lie
42x3C; 15c value for 12c
4-x3; 20c values ror 15c
45x3C; 22c values ror 18c
45x36; Wumsutta Mills; 25c
PILIiOW CASKS.
. Hemstitched.
42x38 H: regular price 25ci
now teduced to..
45x38 H; regular price 30c;
now reduced to. .
BliNKETS AXD COMFORTABLES
While lu-4 Biaukei Sliceis le
duced from, ier pair, 65c to. . .85c
White lu-4 Cotton Blankets,
setarately bound; ieduced
irciu, per pair, b5c to 85c
Piue sott gtay lu-4 lllaukets
reduc-ett iroiu, per pair, tl.Zo to. 85c
Fiue toft-fieeced 11-4 size Gray
ti.-iiikiU rvuuced iroiu, per
paii, 1.5u to $1.80
WHITE WOOL BLANKETS.
10-4 sUe; reduced from, per
pair, $3.5 to.
..$21tl
lu-4 bize; rciliKi-d
pair, ii.vv to
11-4 bizu; reduced
pair. $3. ini to
11-4 size; reduced
pair. -,4.00 io
11-4 size; reduced
pair. 15. jy to
from, per
$3.00
from, per
from, per
ssass$0
from, per
GICAV WOUL HLAMiEIS.
10-4 size; reUuctd from, per
pair. 13.UO t.i $2.0(1
l-4 size; re.luu.d from, per
pair. X4.t" to 82.75
1 1 -4 hize; reduced from, per
pair. 4.u to $3.00
ll- size Scarlet Wool Ittanket.s;
leduced from 5.5v pair to. . .$l.i)o
COMFORTABLES.
uouiiie-beU size white cotton
filled Siikoline Comforts re
duced from $1.35 to $t.OO
Double-bed s.Izo white cotton-Rllt-d
Siiktilino C'onifcrtables
-"riVe- ?.n?, I-"-1,'-2 -' truck. IMro-ra
r.cr I. a t-i.-nelv nrrr.an mrl. Thru h
an Int-rprtt-r she rii1-. the folliwln-i
3tatemr.t rj.nin-t
-This jr.in GlMtlcn hai jinoye,i n-.
. 'I. rort' c-"7-!-"-' arour-it mhn rr.y an
cle. Mr. .av.r. :, stany. .,-,! p-n.:-r.in In
his attcntior... I re.-fl hi. v'-sts to my
ZS.ll' ",?" 'Jl-iStJen -u wari.lr.-r.
Gll-l-len could not talk GTrr.an very a ell.
-""'-Li cobM not ir.lt.tk hi. t. tentlon...
"- rr.o.-r.ltiu uhi'.e Mr Taxer wan
aar Gilid-n cam- to -tir ho?.- n!
ralked In without kr-ocklrr I wa-i alttlr.K
on a. cot in the tack room -tnd he u-a
out thre and he-ftn to ar.ny me.
"I cot u;. and cr-i-re.' him to leave tt-pf-ice
or.ee. tei.jr.if him th.t I nould kill
him If h dM r.oL I ncnred tr. pl'tol
th.it ".fr T.-iTe- ke.p. in the tou aJ
return's! to t.v- cot II dlj net hi ray
ru-n!r.c. rn;t jerIted. and I r.ut the pl
tol oriilr.it hl breat n ral.VJ the trl-t-rr
He ewe o-.e ftci-drs tnd ran out
the front door.
"I watch. d hl-n tnn to th corner e.f
HoiJHin and W.-i'Miirton. rre he ;,;i
Thr. I rave rn-lf jp to th ot-.cer. I
left th- -fun ts-. the. cot wher tt n
fOV.R'1.
"I -hot tht man GWden to dfr.l rtr
honor. '
A Republic W-rnt Arl -will rr.t tfcAt TaV-
csnt h'Wi". you have on yocr fc-ir.-Ia.
alllaare f rwcatte Defm.
, rtalr more. M.J J.r 1 Contractu that
lt ttween the -mploylna; j-rlntera of
this city and th- ur.J'S n.ll not -xplr-- un-
I til t- U.fr -trt of I-Vtruary. and &o
J trr.abl- r-etwn employ-r. anJ em;.ltye.
j Is intlcifrtt-i! tefore that tic" T7e oti-
(.iior-i t-r maa- Ske a weg-. .ni
work ctn hours a day. an-t thr- is said
to b Rio.-i ii-stifsclfc3S ar-vcc th-ca-
No pr tictlons ar ventare-J. rarsteT.
er. as to what will follow ut csptrwtlos
ot Uve ivreatat cofttract.
Special Lace Curtain Sale .
We have secured several lots in all 15,000 pairs of manufac
turers' discontinued patterns, at prices which range from one
third to one-half less than regular' values. Perfect goods
splendid assortments.
NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS.
$1.25 values at. .
$1.50 values at..
$2.25 values at..
$2.50 values at..
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$1.50
DEXTEI.LK ARABIAN CURTAINS
Oa heavy net and reversible corded designs.
$5.00 values at $3.25 1 $7.00 values at
$6.00 values at 84.O0$7.5i values at.....-...,
$9.00 values at $0.00.
IRISH POINT CURTAINS.
A large selection of patterns on good quality net.
$5.50 and $6.00
$8.30 end $9.00
values $tt.OO
Tambour Net Curtains
$5.50 and $6.00
values $3.75
values 9385
$7.00 and $7.50
values 9S.OO
FILLET AND NOVELTY CURTAINS,
Made on best quality cable net.
tii'l 515.0ft values $10.00 $l(...r0 values reduced to.
$12.50
REAL AIUBIAN CI'RTAINS.
In small !ntt.
$15.00$37.rn valnos at.
$10..'U)i$60.0o values at.
$18.50 values at...
$20.00 values at. ..
Boys9 Wash Suits and Waists
We are now ready with complete sliowinp; of Boys white and
colored Wash Suits in Russian and Sailor styles, in all the popu
lar materials, including linen. Pique. Madras, Chambray and
Galatea.
Russian Suits with Eton, military or broad sailor collar and bloomer
trousers; sizes 2?& to S years; white
Sailor Suits made with middy, kar e
sailor or Eton collar: white or colored
Roys Wash WaiMs of Madras. Chambray and I't-ntile. military or fi.kl
collar; also those with bands: white or colored; sizes 24 to 16
years; broken sizes worth up to $1.25. at 33c. 50c, 73c to 91 J8
Semi-Annual Hosiery Sale
An event carefully planned for by tv, and eagerly awaited by
our patrons.
200 dozen Women's Hose: the entire samplo line of the best maker of
Women's fine Imported Hosiery; cotton end lisle, black nnd all colon; la
all the latest sivles: split" foet. lace ankles. lace allovers and em
broidered ankles; values 50c to 75c per pair, nt 96e
lflO dozen Children's Hose, the noted "Itu.-itcr Tlrown" quality;
heavy-weight cotton; all sizes; regular price 25c; at. ...... M..... IBs
Special Sale of Silks.
Fancy Molse Velour check effects, for shirtwaists or shirtwaist
regular value $1.25. for .S80
Printed Foulards, several hundred yards, choice prlntinRs. small design
on black and various color grounds: b.'.c. $1.00 and $1.25 qualities;
i pr y tq - -. ws
Colored Taffetas, can match all the Rlark TafTota. 21 Inches wide;
Ilnht and dark colors; all puro
silk; C9c quality, at lOc
Warp Print Taffetas, dark color
-rrt'tinds, beautiful quality, choice
de-ljnis; $1.00 and $1.25 qual
ity; for
.88c
Spring Wash Fabrics
Tuesday. Jan. 2. 1906. we will place on sale our New Spring;
Lines of Imported and Domestic Wash Fabrics. Inspection ia
invited of this groat showing of exclusive styles in High-Class
Novelties at unusually moderate prices.
Samples mailed upon request. .
Spring
Tuesday morning we make our first showing of Millinery suit
able for miflstcason wear and for wear at Palm Beach and other
winter resorts.
The charm of ortjrinality in the adaptation of materials aa4
colorings along practical and artistic lines makes the exhibit re
freshing and delightful.
Spring
We also show lWo Spring Models in Exclusive Wash Gowns aad
Coats, Cream Cloth Gowns, Lingerie liiouse?, including our
direct importation of Paris Handmade Hiiti"-e-.
These have lecn selected to meet the requirements of those who
anticipate visiting the winter resorts.
Reductions on Dress Trimmings
To close out odd lots of Garnitures. Vests. Collars. Gillettes, etc
t 00 and $3.00 Garnitures.
j"' -.-.-I eo.Miro.- at eich 81.00
drops and collars, at. each... 8i.w
fi 00 and $7.00 Vests, collars.
.., . Mp.
steles and Gillettes: each... 82.BO
$10 00 to $25.00 nevers. Vests.
Collars, etc.; at. each $5-00
: WOULD SPEND $350,000
...-4avaBsisiaav 8t8FiBf ACAlllTAC
t ETir a.aVaVffaBll8UBt I lltiltt BWIia'IJIII 1113
CA I trow"" i ui.. .--.-
Prwfesswr Sasttk. Vw Jn-j Mat
CwlwasalsBtat. Tklwka rsve !
Wstrth Tkait Prlrw.
RRPVntJC H'ECiAt.
Neaark. N. J.. Jan. I. Vrziiir John
B. Hir.tth. the New Jer-- .-tile Rnto
ir.o'.o.-.t announced that he w'll ;njt forth
.1 r. w -Cort curing the corr n-r .ar for
cxterrr.!n.tlria- tne j,r,j- mo'HJ.to. To
carry or. his -a ork h -111 ak the ?tate
legislature for an i.--pro;.riii;lon cf !.-
Hertofcr. with a small arpr3-rlat!on.
very tff.ctlve work, h declai", r.a t-et
..ono where committ'esj have co-cter.id
.ith him. but In many tnntances local aid
r.k -ot l--'n riven where wanted New
ark an-1 Wlxat-th had Stnte aid lait sum
mer and con-ls-e'ed urr-.ru! dralr.a;e of
mosiulto-br e-Ilra; .lace, during thi j-st
cut.
Wia RESISTJUN ON BANK.
Proposed Retaliation by Hurling
ton i-siilooniiien May Be Itefeated.
RKTl'ItUC S"-"IAI.
Burllnalor la.. Jan. I. A srotoed t-
tirt't b several sslt)nm-n to raus- .
run on th- G-rmsn-Am-rleai Jvvies
Itar.k to-morrow I-s-a,e t; ., Uii 0 .
of th- director- "A- set- tl tn
n-;cTr-Jer.t 1 1 eU-- it. - 4 ss 4l
-auJe-41 a roe-tir-; i nu it,. ' i-,k tsia
at wh-tit a -oiul tr nt an I'-ani
.-rairst mt run ": iniitht t-e aiterap.s-st :
on the fierman-Amertci.il. J
Tho lrwer' whole. and r-tall liquor I
d'aUrs- s--7lt.ji;s have backed up th:
aKOTtBBl by BAStla&l&g carte dscouneing-
.91.75
....93.
Egyptian Lace Curtate
$9.50 values at
Brussels Curtains
$5.50 values. ..93.7S
.913LS8
.841.1
or colored. 85r. 81 .50. $2,011 to I
or bioomer trouers and military
$1 JH. 82.00. $2L5 to I
a 75c quality, for.... ..Sse
Tilack Pcan do Cygae. 20 laesaa
wide, pure silk , for dresses or
waists; 90c quality, for. ......78a
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Millinery
Models
5.000 yard fancy Trirnrnlnjr-i. la-
clud.nit Jets, folored Applique. MW
,lalhon9 ,.,.,.., ltend, hand-em-
broider.-a linen trimmlnga aad col-
ored linen trimmings
.,,...
75r to $1.50 values, yard. .... .SSs
ti.73 to 12.00 alnes. per yard.SSe
S-'.aU to $5.00 values, per d.$1.08
J'ra &?; m0ofneVhiu'bTr-,i2
I frjJtrr t.v ?i:T
I " "'
Rnliova ratafcllak Twat Cltjw
Rns'rnrr- m'ixtai.
Fan Antor.lo. Tex . Jan. I. A test elty jf
fcnt.vi hjs r.e-j e-tnhl'shed In pasttKW
nr h-re a-it! Hi i-.hiM;J.nts ar cataatasja
reign of terror to the eutiurbi.
Fearir-r th v-asmncy laws, ther mts
the r cht to .st-ihl!h a r.ort for cos
wimptUe, Ilfty hot.o srrived and
tl.l dor. In t--;l an-1 formed a re-pi-
Kove-n-r.-n- tturt.-.ii the day thajr lav a
thr pt'. turnlne 'h'lr receipt Into a
reneral fu'.'L At nUrr.t they raid hen &8B
J and practl-e je-tty thl-very. but so far tia
i roltce hive nt been able to catch thfrnm.
Th rttixers lo-na-r noiii--u iw-n io aM
or lo-k for a v!!.ance commltte wtalt.
KA,!ARSOW
C!re" !-iir-iak
Qasirter r-. v.ui, ilcsaaa)
ts lots race: 2 oa a etsaajB
CLUZTT. PCABODVaVCO.
X at til er Cirrrr a Mu.aacas-s--a-i
$3.00 values at...
$3.50 value-s at...
$4 00 values at..,
$4.50 values at..,
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