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TUB WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1912.
DEATH OF UTTER
MAY HAVE EFFECT
ON THE ELECTION
Loss From House Adds
Rhode Island Temporarily
' By THEODORE TILLER.
Adeline one more complication to a
Presidential election which 111115 lia
thrown Into the House of Ileprcsctitu
tlvcn. the death of ConKrensmin OcorKe
II Titer, Itopiilillcmi, of Itlioelo lilantl.
In announce i texluj.
Mr. Utters death niav huc a ltul
bearing on the Presidency. In the event
the duty of election deoleH upon the
llotlne. It docKii't bleak the exlatliti;
deadlock, hut, for the present. It aclils
n moro Democintlc state to the list.
Kurthei 11101 c, the death of Mr. Utter
Illustrates how fate mav take a hand
In Hhapliijr the destlnlis of the nation
for the next foui ears It breaks tho
tie nnd means a Uemoriatle udiantage.
Mr. Utter was a stanch ttc-pubtlcan
from one of the foui "tied" States pin.
hlblted fiom otliiR In the cent mi
candidate rrcthes a nmjorlu In the
Electonv Collese and tho election went
to the lown branch of fonKress His
death makis Ithode Island not an even
l divided Stale, hut a Democratic
Stay?, ho fni as noting purposes go
As tho House du'ti;atl'ns now stand,
the otc for I'rcmdcnt would be us fol
lows. Democratic, S3
TJeel, 3 (Maine, Nebraska, New Me.
A majority of all the States In the
1 nlon, or twent-llc, .ieh Stulc hav
ing tinu ote. Is meilul to elect a I'leal
dent. roi mot.tl s, hIiicc the pomellillltj
or tho Uouiu election of u I'rcsldi nt
ilevrloped li reason of tho iieculi'r
political conditions of toiluj, thu Y'"u
has stood K! to .--, with I tlnl, and
Seat Vacant; Breaks Tic.
So far 11B the Slxt) -second Cimjicw
Is concerned, ltlicdc Islapd Is repre 111
exl 111 tho House bj Coiihrcssnun
0 Shaiinmss, h Demociat If 11 up -
1 al election Is held and a Uunocr.i' li
elected to succeed -Mr. fttel, it m.il.j
doubly sure thu casting; of the Itliodu
Island vote for S IImiii end Mumliill
Jirov.ded, ulwujs, tnat the House la
destined to elect
If the Utter seat remains ecnnt, the
tie Is bioken. Mi O .Miiiuniics would
caucus with himself ami die ice- that
lihode Island h vote M1.1II be cist for tho
Ill the event of a sped 1 1 election
wherein the He publicans elect, a succes
sor of that partv to succeed Congress
man Utter, the state would Ku back
Itilo the "tied column.
The storv Is a spemlitlve one, but
there are thousands of voteis and poli
ticians who would not be suipiisril to
ne the election eif the twe nt-eln'hth
President thrown Into thu House A
landslide for an caudlelate, of course,
louts all suchj conjectuie, hut If MlJon,
laft. and l(nescilt should so dlvlh thu
electoral ote- that neither has a 1111
.H'rltv In the Plectoral CuIIom. the Cem
stHtitlon piovldes that tie House must
elect, and the lower bods ef Coiikmss
has been llehtlv deaelloelted since the
1 chinning of the campalKn, us theru
vero twentv-twei Stites with Demo
crats domluatlm; tlulr eUleRutlems,
twenty-two with Ilppubltcans, and four
Puts Democrats Step Nearer.
Congressman Council, a New York
Democrat, died last week, but his death
did not change the complexion of the
overwhelmingly Democratic Umpire
Rhode Island, howeer, had but two
members In the House, and the passing
of the Republican Re prese illative pos
sibly will have a far-reaching effect It
puts the Dcmoctats a step nearer the
needed contiol of tvvetit-(lvc States, It
broadens the opportunities for trudlnt;
In tho event of an appaientl) Intermin
able deadlock, and Increases the tense
ness of the situation In the event the
election tomoirovv Is not a eleelslvu oih
With thu death of tho Vlco 1'iesldent
and two membi is of tin- House fresh In
the mind of the public, one turns to
Maine, Nebraska, and New Mexico, tho
thrco remaining "tle-df States The
eliath of a member from either of
these States would tip the political
icabs In the House either toward the
Rcpubl'can or Democratic 'end, and
would in lug about an unprrcceleuted
it inuHt be borne 1n mind of course,
that the expiring SIxtj-seeond Congress
at Cake-baking time
It is mighty hard to obtain!
uniform results in cake mak-i
ing if you use butter or lard
because both of these prod
ucts vary so in quality. I
Cottolene is always uniform
always produces good re
sults. With its use, you can
count on a certain land of
cake being the same every.
Cottolene sells at about
the price of lard, and is so
rich that one-third less is re
Colloleno is never
old in bulk al
ways In air -tight
tin pails, which pro
tect it from dirt,
dust and odors. It
is always uniform
THE II. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
attempts to eli'Ct tho President If the
Electoral College should fall, and that
the Congressional elections of tomor
row, which determine tho complexion
of the next Congress .have no bearing
on the three-cornered Presidential fight.
Scries of Shocking Events.
The death of Congressman Utter on tho
virtual evo of the national elections
wherein he im a candidate to succucd
himself lends Just another remarkable)
touch to a campaign which has no par
allel In thu history of tho American
Klncu tho tight for the control of the
'resiliency, the Senate, and the House
gut tinder way the electorate has been
confused and shocked b thu following
Tile death of tho Vice Piesldcnt.
The death of Senator llcburn.
Tin- attempted assassination of .Col
The death cf Congie soman Connell.
The death of Congiessman Utter.
Accidental killing of Congressman
Aiidcison of Ohio.
In addition to these complicating and
iinforiaecn events, 'heie has been fiom
the l)"lnnlng, 1111,1 or less iiueeitiiliily
icgardlng thu result bee anno of the pe
culiar tliiee-coincied nituie of tho
iliiadiennlnl bitlle. With tlueo formld
ublu caliolel ilea for the I'leslde ncv,
there hai been lnce Juno the looming
luospect that no candidate would u
celve a mujoiiti of the electoral votes
lift- anel that the House, unile r the vviho
provision mude bv the fore-fat h-jis,
might hive to elect a Pre-sldent.
Deadlock in Both Branches.
Then Investigation showed a elciiel
lockid House, unci pracUcall) the sumo
condition of affairs In the Senate, which
has been tinablo for some months to
elect a tempo! ury presiding oftlcer.
If the House should fall to elect thu
Senati would attempt to elect a Vlco
Piesldcnt who. of couise, would oflle'lato
113 Prechlent tii.tll some one was nulled
feu the highest eifllee In the html.
Mr. Unci's eleath has fOLUsed atten
tion toclav upon tho possibilities of a
If the election tomorrow does not
constitute a declslvu victory for olio
of the three leudliig candidates, the
greatest political elrama In the lilstorj
of anj cnuntiy will ,e enacted when the
House meets to cast twent-tlvc- votes
for some candidate, fiom delegations
Now Well Deserted
NUvV xoitlC, Nov 4 -The national
headiiuaitrrs of Hie ,lg political panics
weie deseitcd toelav ()nl the big
chiefs were (m the Job The minor em
plows had lieen paid n(t on Saturdav
and stalled ' bick home elliecteel to
get out the vote Thoe who live near b
and do not have to ti.ucl fai to vote,
weie ut hciidiiuaiteis for a while, but
theie was nothing for them to do The
lampalgii was ended so fnr as com
mlttee wnik was concerned The last
message hail been sent out, lite 1 attire
and buttons hail been dlslilhutcd until
tin- big closets that have In en used as
sloitiM- places v he re vawuliig spaces
and in tome of the headiiuaitcis the
v.recklnc crews" we-rc nlrcadv atwoik
boxing up tile furniture to si ml It out
to the auction rooms Wednesday mom
In,; 1 lie managers of the campaign of the
time lending candidates hud nothing to
add to theli forecasts of Situiday night
Uaeh Insisted that the outcome would
be thi sue- ess of the candidate he had
so ablv re picii ntid, and thev wero
standing pal oil previous claims that
had no other restriction than the broad
Piesldcnt Tuft will receive the re
turns at Cincinnati, Ciovernor Wilson at
liN Princeton home, and Colonel Roose
velt at Ojstci Hi) Iti puhlli an national
In .uI11u.il ti is Inn will be- piactlcallv ele
sirteel tumotrow n In lit, most of thu
managers having gone I101111 to vote
Chairman Mi Combs and Chief As
sistant McAdou said tho might comu
around to Deiuociutlc headquarters for
1 little while, although thc felt that
the result wa-e so certain 'that they
need not worry " The Progressive
lieadipiaiters In the Manhattan Hotel
will be the center of Interest so far
m this c It U 1 one 1 mid The- Vice
Presidential candidate, Governor Jnhti
ton, of California, Hcii.itoi Dixon, Sec
retary Davis (leoirfe- W Perkins and
Prank A Munsey all planned to be
1111 hand to find out the wrdlct of the
voters on the new pait Johnson, In
lino with his plan to speak up to the
last possible moment, was tn make
hli last speech tonight at Sp-lngflell,
Mass, after which he was coming back
heie to hear the returns.
Accused of Murdering
Man With Pitchfork
UACKUNSACIC, N. .1. Nov. t Philip
Roth, of Uast Rutherford, was arraign
ed In court todaj to stnnd trial for
Roth Is accused of lav'ng caused the
detail of Prank Hall, nlso of ast
Riitheiford, by strlklnc him on .he
head with a pitchfork
PB 1 "Bio ilcjllia
PEOPLE OF NATION,
TO DECIDE RESULT
Primaries of Last Spring
Saw Roosevelt Big Favor
ite With Voters.
(Continued from First Page.)
once more. "You know how they oro
about seeing through roso-colorcd spec
tacles?" "Yes, I know." assents Mr Hlllts.
wearily. "Why, some of 'em say vvo'ro
going to elect Taft, ou know I"
The confcienee suppresses the smile,
because It's so hard for campaign mini
tigeiH to Indulge an humor t such a
Ite stnge of a campaign
"I think we're reallv gaining a lot In
New Yoik," Dixon ventures to obscivc.
"No kidding, now, I do Do joti fellows
see anv evidence of It?"
"This Isn't to go an) farther?" cau
tions the duet.
"Not on your life," all three ngrcc
"Then It ilois look as If Roosevelt
was making all the noise In New York
of late, So can't gauge It. loo many
people refuse; to talk nbout how thej'ro
going to vote-. Is thut the wa It looks
to ou? '
Fear Silent Vote.
The) all agree that It does look a good
deal that wn. However, Mr Hllles has
some verv hopeful repoits from Wis
consin, and Mc Combs understands that
things are being patched up tn pretty
good shape for Wilson In Tennessee, If
the pate lies w III only sta on.
And so throughout the list of doubtful
States, somo thirty 111 number. When
thev get done the) havu agreed that
they don't know an) thing about It, and
wonder whether campaign .managers of
other eara had to Issue eonllde nt an
nouncements with so little real knowl
edge of what was going to happen.
Oeiieiall). the) elldn t, for there ncvei
vas a hauler situation foi thu guessers
The matheiiittles point to Wilson's e lec
tion, the hunches, In the last few da)t
partlcultrlv have be-en so strong for
Roosevelt that leading matin matlclam
are now falling back on the ancient
adage that figures don't He, but Hark
May Poll Stay.at-Homes.
There Is one thing that ma) con
tribute to smai-hlng calculations hadl
It has been expected that there would
be a ver) large sta)-at-lionie- 111'c
That still seems llkelv . but the tense
Interest of the last el.ivs has brought
the posilhlllty that tills expectation
mav be badl) dtsappolnteel, and that
practically the entire reglste re el vote
mav he polled 1 he possibilities III
this stay-at-home clement are tremen-
About 21 i"if people In this ceiimtr)
1111 entitled to vote this vear If evciv
bod wllh the legal light would gel
iec,lstiied, would be al home on nice
ti n D.. and would be pitle-nl cnou-th
abcut It to stand In line till his turn
lame, the total would run to about that
llure. Dut as a matter of fact, tin
imlltltlins (stlmntc-, on the basis of
list performances, that about K1 vi
votes will be cast
Til it Is to s.i), the numbti of votes
upcast will b as big as the total poll
pieiluebl), of either one of the two ele
In 1' the possibilities of a sltuitlun
tense f-i ough tobrlng euit lTle votes that
eiimnonl) remain lint est were lllus
tiated Mr llrvun got molt votes than
mi) candidate for President hud ever
p.illeel lefoie He got ft bee luse he got
n big slue of the vote that commonl)
eliiesn t g.t east
Yet Mr. Ilr)an was licnt.1i Just about
a lound million bv Mr. MeKlnlev, slm
pl) because McKlnle). also, got his
nlmre, and a still larger share, of the
veito that oidlnaill) can't be- expected
to turn o-it, and that In that Near, no
bod) ill earned would be so trong us It
Even Charged Fraud.
There were persistent charges of
fraud and corruption, of the ballots
being In the boxes before the polls
opened and all that sort of thing,
in mail)' places, simply because of the
un-hpcctet' bulge tn the total ote In
l'J Yet the most rigid Investigation
In m.mv places showed that. In fact,
tile ott-s were there, had been there
at the periods of other elections, and
slmpl) had gone unrast because their
proprietors didn't think It worth while
10 vote. The big Issue of ISM brought
Suppose It brings out a couple mil
lion of them this )ear. to the surprise
of managers and the discomfiture of
their calculations' Who would get
them'' It Isn't difficult to guess that
Roosevelt would get a lot more of
them than nnybod) else That vote Is
a sentimental one It lies dormant,
election after election, despite the ef
It is impossible for everyone to
take the exercise nature demands
Lack of exercise is many times responsible for Constipation
Indigestion and manx other diseases of the bowels.
Day after day week after week people suffer, hoping to get
better and oil the time getting speedily worse.
The right and proper thing to do is to use
E DOCTOR IN CAMfff FORM
gives the bowels the action nature
It is a positive LAXATIVE BLOOD PURIFIER, the very
best known to medical science it does the work in a thoroughly
natural way (no pain no griping) and contains absolutely
nothing that is in the least harmful, even to a child.
Partola is a proven success it actually makes you enjoy living
it gives that energy and vigor that enables you to do a day's
work in a day.
At all drufUiiti, 25c, 50c, and $1.00 a box. Write (or free (ample and
100-p.je book to Partola Co., 160 Second Avenue, New York City.
forts of organisations, managers, can
vassers and nil the rest. It comes out
when It Is excited enouRh to be moved
from Its moorings; and when that hap
pens. It never falls to land n large,
ominous swat on advance statistics.
Will the vast reservoir of tho non
voting vote be tapped this ear? If
so wilt It do tho thing that. In the
present state of the campaign's pj
cholog), could almost certainly be ex
pected of It? If It does. It will elect
Many Will Lose
Their Seats in Senate
By Tomorrow's Results
A number of prominent members of
the Senate are In danger of defeat as
tho result of tho voting Tuesday.
Senator Warren of Wjomlng Is one of
thu most conspicuous of those In dan
ger. The Democrats there aro making
a drsperatu effort Jo capture tho Legls
latutc. The attacks on Warren because
of land deals and other matters are a
factor In the situation.
For a time, It was thought here Sen
ator Uorull of Idaho would be deteated.
Hu Is nu. out of danger entirely, but
tho death of Scnutoi lleyburn has
served to bring the two Republican fac
tions In the State together. This has
bellied Senator llorah s piospects.
Sinatoi Kenon of Iowa Is In a close
llhhl, and Is .11 dangei of defeat ut tho
hands of a piomlnent Democrat, former
Congressman Dan W. Hamilton Sen
ator Ken) on Is working hard, and has
the support of Senator Cummins.
Senator Kcnon won heuvlly In th
primary last June over I.afacttu Young,
who was snowed under. Uut the ques
tion now Is whether the Republicans or
Democrats will control the Legislature.
Henatcr Ilourne Is running for the
Senate em an Independent ticket In Ore
gon. Ills success Is doubtful. The In
dications favor election of the Demo
Indications point to the defeat of
Senator Dixon In Montana, and the
election of T. J. Walsh, the Democratic
VT. II. Thompson, tho Democratic
Henatorlal nominee. Is hopeful of win
ning In Kansas In view of the factional
situation, anil of defeating Governor
Stuhbs. who was nominated over Sen
One of the most Interesting Senate
rlttiatlnns Is In Nebraska. Congress
man Norrls Is running against former
Governor Shallc-nberger. Norrls has an
uphill light, but his great personal popu
lailt) may enable him to win. The
Oregon plan In force In Nebraska Is tn
the- advantage of Jiid-e Norrls.
Senator Owen has stiong opposition
In Oklahoma but will probably win out
Senator William Aldcn Smith, of Mich
I Jan, long a pli turixipie ilgure In the
Benate, Is one of the Republican
Semteirs In danger of defeat Senator
Masscv. of Nivaela, Is another Sen
a tor Ililggi, of New Jersey Is llkel)
to be succeeded by a Democrat, Con-li-rc'sman
Secret Service Men
Preparing to Guard '
The Presidentelect I
Preparations arc being made by the
.uicict hervlce to undertake the task of
gunidlng u Piesldent-clee t, beginning
1l.1v after tomorrow morning When
ever the vote determines that a cluing,
Is to take id ice In the Incuinbenc) of
the White House, the Secret Service
tin 11 seek to guard the Incoming Presi
de ut as earcftllv us tin man whose
Mm Is to end tin- Ith of tie following
hhf Uillib, of the Division of Special
.Vu'lit, Is not ittitnptliig to predict the
vie 101 at the polls tomoriow nor h)
l.iiMon of making picpaiatlon to sug
Linl that he thinks a changu Is coming 1
Rut If Mr Roosevelt or Mr Wilson Is1
made known to be tho 11, xt Preside nt
bv midnight tomorrow Secret Scrvlcr
men will be on the Job of guarding him
the next du).
ROOSEVELT A VOTE
One lit nest-to-goodness Hull Meeosi
-,olc went gllmmeilng In CrlmliiHl
Court No 1 today when Justice Staf
ford refused to continue a murder trim
In order to permit Attorne) George Cm
tls Shinn to go to Kali mount. W. Va
tomorrow and cast Ills ballot.
No cvldcnc- vas produced to Indicate
the attorney's Intentions at the polls
but he bora n mutu exhibit In the form
of n. Rull Moose button on the lapel o'
"I don't think this court schotlhl b
lilt out, owing tn the crowded cand1
Hon ot the calendar, rlmpl) to let on"
11 an vote," declated Justice Stafford
Attorney bhltin took the button of
his coat and walked out He and At
taint ) Claude . Owen will defen t
Louisa Powell, colored, charged with
the murder of hci husband, Herbert
Puwcll, when the ease Is culled to trla'
The woman hns been In the Govern
ment Hospital for lrsanj, but Is said
to have recovered from hei mental
trouble Insanity will be the plea of
ftttd by the defense.
demands they should have.
vv. - .r
INJURY ON HEAD
Governor Declines Absolute
ly to Allow Photographers
to "Snap" Wound.
riUNCi:TO.V. N. J , Nov. 4 At
tempts of tho brigade of photograph
ers on duty here to get a "cood snap"
of Governor Wilson's 'premature bald
spot" caused by tho surgeon's ranor
following his accident of Sunday
morning, failed toduy. The governor
positively refused to pose. He In
sisted that tho strip of plaster cov
ering the gash made when his heael
bumped the lop of an automobile that
hit a "thank ye mum" In tho road
while he was en route homo from
his raturday night meetings was
"private piopert).1 Ho decUicel tlrut
It was only a scratch an) how.
The governor cleaned up a niasi of
correspondence today before leaving
for Patcrson and Passaic, where ho
will wind up the campaign tonight by
an appeal for Democratic votes for
the State legislative ticket
Dr J, M. Carnochan dressed the
gush In the top of his head today and
said Hint it would not Intel fere In
any ivay with his engngeminu The
governor was flooded with letters and
telegrams or Inquiry and s)mpathy,
while one mtn had to be detailed to
do nothing but answer tho telephone!
explaining that the Demoeratlc can
didate was all rlj-lit.
Yearling Lamb Legs,
Yearling Lamb Hind
Lamb Chops, Shoulder,
Lamb Roast, Shoulder,
Stew Lamb, lb.,
Chuck Roast, lb.,
Old Dutch Roll, lb.,
Hamburger Steak, lb.,
Round Steak, lb., 16c
Sirloin Steak, lb.,
Boston Steak, lb.,
Rib Roast, lb., 15c
Newport Rib Roast, lb..
Pig Tails, lb., 9c
Sauer Kraut, qt,
Millbrook Eggs, extra
selected and graded fot
weight and size; in
sealed cartons, each egf
Selected No. 1 Eggs,
Brookfield Brand, lb.
Premium Brand, lb.,
White Potatoes, pk.,
Sweet Potatoes, pk.,
Eating and Cooking
Apples, pk., 25c
Onions, pk., 20c
Florida Grape Fruit,
Large and Ripe,
Each, 5c 6 for 25c
Sweet Florida Oranges.
large and fancy,
Old Dutch Market, Inc.!
fl 10 La. Av. IV. W.
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Pictorial Review Patterns Headquarter
A. LI5NER Hours, 8 a.
The Holiday "Opening"
The Best Bargains This Side of Christmas
Christmas Shopping begins wilh the Palais Royal Holiday
"Opening" and, logically enough, the best bargains arc picked up
first. The helpful Christmas spirit is here articles can be selected
without any outlay of money other than a nominal deposit; no
charge for engraving initials on jewelry, silverware, umbrellas, etc.,
and attractive boxes will be furnished without cost. The Holiday
"Opening" means that the Greater Palais Royal is now a Christmas
Bazaar, with the proper Christmas spirit.
All Dining Room Furniture
7 SL1JJU, imm
Choice of a
D'nlriK Hoom Tallies
UIiiIiik llcxim Chairs .
Dlnlnif Itiioin HiifTiIs
Dlnlne Itiioin doicta
V to (70 CO
1 (9 to K ("I
15 7" to VMW
12 'M to 75 W
30 00 to raw
SOU to 13 00
. 3 75 to liW
Hemstitched Table Cloths, $1
German Linen. 2 Yards Long, Ready to Use
50c Damask 39g $1 Damask 89c $1.39 Damask 1 . 1 9
These four Holiday "Opening" Souvenirs, for tomorrow only,
will suggest Thanksgiving Day Dining Room needs, not less than
Christmas Presents. Think of only $1.00 for a snowy white and
daintily hemstitched Table Cloth, ready to use! Of only 39c yard
for Mercerized Table Linen standard at 50c! Of 89c yard for the
Palais Royal's famous $1 Damask, silver bleached and 72 inches
wide! Of $1.19 instead of $1.39 yard for the double Satin Damask!
Why Not a Dress Pattern?
Attractive Holly Box will bo Furnished
$1.00 79c 59c 49c
$1.50 Value $1.25 Value $1.00 Value 75c Value
At $1.00 instead of $1.50 yard, 46-inch-wide Silk and Wool
Crepe Cloth, in various blues, browns, and greens. At 79c instejd
of $1.25 yard are Diagonal Cloths, Scotch Mixtures, English Whip
cords, and Serges as used in men's suits. At 59c instead of $1.00
yard, 48-inch-wide Silk and Wool Plaids. At 49c instead of 75c
yard, 44-inch-wide Diagonal Serges, in old blues, new grays, rose,
brown, navy, etc. Note that lesser prices than usual'are linked with
greater widths than usual, and that a "dress pattern" will require
only 3 1-2 ards.
Hygienic School Dresses, ftftf
The Much Better Than Usual $1 Dresses
These Palais Royal Wash Dresses are famous. They should
be every good point suggested by mothers has been adopted and
used. For instance Buttoning all the way down, making the wash
ing and ironing of them easy. 88c instead of $1 -an "Opening"
Souvenir. All styles for children of 6 to 14 years; in galatea,
gingham, and percale, in plain colors, plaids, and stripes.
$4 and $5
At $4, reduced from S5,
are Corduroy, Cheviot, and
Polo Cloth Coats, single
and double breasted; some
velvet trimmed; sizes 2 to
At $5, reduced from
$6.50, are Coats in sizes 6
to 14 years. All are tailor
made; some with wide belt.
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Consult Dr. Ralph Martin Samuel
The Successful Optometrist and Optician
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npiilH lloutlni; before tln fight, hunilUK m xmintlni; eif tlic
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m. to 6 p. m. G STREET
Consider bvery piece
of furniture here 1
marked in plain figure:
Learn Compare these
figures with the prices
asked at the Furniture
Stores. Reckon With 10
per cent deducted from
the Palais Royal prices
will you not buy at 20 to
25 per cent less than pre
vailing? $100,000 Stock
Hraen lk-dn ;75 to TOOo
Heel Hprlncn ,
2.00 to ."Of")
3 ft) to M 00
Tclt Miittrusea . .
Ileelroom C'halrH ..
Itockcrs, all kinds..,
10 00 to 1J0 0)
1 9 to 123 00
. I 00 to 7 no
. 1 9S to 30 00
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