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READ THE GLOBE
The Only Live Newspaper fn St. Paul
VOL. XXVIII.—XO. 120
Hicks of Wisconsin and Conger
Are Effected by the Recall
WASHINGTON. April 29.—Secre
tary Taft has received instructions
from the president to call Minister
Bowen, now at Caracas, to Washing
ton; also to send Mr. Russell, now
minister to Colombia, \o Caracas, and
Mr. Barrett, now minister at Panama,
to Colombia. It is stated that if Mr.
Bowen's action relative to the charges
affecting Assistant Secretary Loomis
are not subject io -criticism it is the
president's purpose to send him as
minister to" Chile'and then probably as
ambassador to Brazil.
The cablegram to Minister Bowen
instructing him to report to Washing
ton forthwith was dispatched today by
Acting Secretary Loomis. The minis
ter may catch the mail steamer Mon
day next, which would permit him to
reach Washington about May 8. tho
day the president expects to break
camp and start homeward. If he
misses this steamer the minister must
"wait at least a week for another
Taft May Wind Business Up
Arriving here before the,president's
return, Mr. Bowen will make his state
.ment to Secretary Taft, who is dis
posed to deal with the case himself
and not permit it to remain open to
add to the bulk of important business
which will confront the president upon
his return to the capital.
Secretary Taft also sent a cable
gram to Minister Bowen today stat
ing the reasons for his summons to
Washington. They are, first, because
Mr. Bowen had filed charges against
Mr. Loomis; second, the publication
of those charges in the New York
Herald; third, Mr. Loomis' complete
denial: fourth, Mr. Loomis' counter-
Charge that Mr. Bowen had secured
that publication, and, fifth, Mr.
Loomis' desire to be confiontedi.by Mr.
Bowen here. The secretary added:
"If all goes well you may return to
the diplomatic service."
Conger Is Interested
The official admission that there is a
possibility of Mr. Bowen's eventually
becoming ambassador to Brazil indi
cates the president's purpose to mak>;
a change at Rio Janeiro. As a matter
of fact. David E. Thompson has for
some time past been seeking to effect
the transfer from Rio Janeiro to the
«'ity of Mexico. The president was de
sirous of accommodating him, but
found it necessary to promote Minister
Conger from his place at Pekin, and
Mexico afforded the only opening
among the embassies. So. Mr. Conger
was sent to Mexico with the under
standing that he should relinquish the
place within the year in favor of Mr.
Thompson and to console the latter for
the delay in the realization of his as
piration, the Brazilian ministry was
erected into an embassy. Mr. Thomp
son ax ill, however, in the ordinary
course of events succeed Mr. Conger as
ambassador to Mexico some time next
wirier, at the latest.
Hicks of Wisconsin Revives
The changes announced leave the
mission to Chile vacant even in the
event that Mr. Bowen, haying satisfied
the authorities here that he is blame
less in the mutter of the circulation of
the rumors in the asphalt case, is
transferred to Santiago, for that detail
will be only temporary ;ind the post
is likely to be filled permanently by
the appointment of John Hicks of Wis
consin, who was American minister to
Peru during President Harrison's ad
ministration. These changes are con
ditional upon the acquiescence of the
various ministers involved, for they
werel not consulted in advance. Mr.
Barrett's post on the isthmus will not
be .filled by ;t new appointment, for
Gov. Ma goon will assume the func
tions of American minister to Panama
in connection with his administration
of civil affairs in the canal zone.
It *-vi 11 lake Mr. Russell at least three
weeks and probably a month to close
vii his affairs at Bogota and get to
Caracas, owing to the difficulties of
travel and the infrequent calls of
steamships at Cartagena. Pending his
arrival at his new post further devel
opments in the-asphalt case are not ex
Mr. Russell is a trained diplomat,
and is extremely popular in Venezuela.
He is a menTber of an old Maryland
family and his home at Rockville, near
this city, has been occupied by that
family for more than 150 years. He
first entered the diplomatic service
about seven years ago as secretary to
the American legation at Caracas, when
Mr. Loomis was minister there. He
was with Mr. Bowen for a time in the
same capacity, so that he is thor
oughly familiar with every phase of the
asphalt controversy. On the separa
tion of Panama from Colombia he was
appointed charge at Panama, which
place he held until relieved by Mr. Bar
rett, when he was appointed to his
present post of minister to Colombia.
Senor N. Voloz-Goiticoa, the Ven
ezuelan charge d'affaires here, called
on Acting Secretary Loomis today to
express the gratification of his gov
ernment on the assignment of Mr. Rus
sell as American minister to Venezuela.
Mr. Veloz has notified the Venezuelan
foreign office of the recall of Mr
URGES THE CUBANS TO
PRESERVE THEIR HEALTH
Secretary Hay Says Government Is Not
HAVANA, April 29.—Secretary Hay's
note presented April 28 and dated
March 10 urges in strong terms the ob
servance of Cuba's obligation to sani
tate the cities and urges that Cuba
willingly and promptly fill her con
tracts with Americans, especially the
solemn covenants contained in the
Platt amendment afterwards incorpo
rated in the permanent treaty. The note
cites the contract entered into by the
city of Havana Jan. 10, 1902, for sew
ering and paving at an expense of $13,
--000,000 and says the efforts of the city
to fulfill this agreement have been
rendered abortive by the inaction of
the Cuban government, which has not
fulfilled its requirements of approving
the necessary loan and contributing
5200,000 annually towards paying it off.
Will Die From Fall
Special to The Globe
ABERDEEN. S. D., April 29.—While
washing windows B. E. Smith fell from
a second story ledge and sustained in
juries that will almost certainly prove
fatal. One leg was crushed so that it
had to be amputated below the knee
and several bones of his head and chest
were broken. He was badly bruised
and probably hurt internally. He has
a wife and four children who are de
pendent on him for support.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE
Spring's Loveliest Wash Goods.. \X The k JftfiiMmmnJldSL^A Sf Social Sale of Pillow Slips
Arnold's Superfine Organdy, a fine-sheer-fabric which nouuncais >*i« ##>««^/**4 and ' •;. • ".".''- f-' •"> ■/ . - ~
effectively represents the highest art in printing, comes I Greatest Lj&mM^WMMM/MmM//¥MB MB/MM Wm4SNMM/wW /■ WaKncha Another of our famous "Art Needle Sales." These slips
in beautiful floral effects and has all the ap- r^. m c. Ar « fVli Jl MjLM/M MM'/ MIMMM/ MM M WjffJaM/'MMjM "audsll(l offered at so small] a price Monday are unusually good
pearance of 50c imported goods. ' J^\€? oiore I\> m jpmra WWWm WW mM mWm %|T»#'#i ll«i .. Streets values, and will sell quickly— come early. : •
Monday ; ....... Jmm\J\^ - ■- "' '• ■'--' ■•-• '-- •■•■-'■■•. "•-V. , \ -•--.•: Art Ticking Slips, embroidered in-* "- Worth to '
Arnold Silk Organdy is an exquisite fabric for summer ' - - , __ " '~l'J-"~" •' -. White Prism cord, also colored ori
wear and is adapted also for dressy home and evening A*-* I— »/J-«^ '^L'mm^M —* A. a*« , mi--L I >'.--. ■_ •- J ----, . - £>• I entar designs ....................;:. 9c -_
gowns. It is a very fine silk and cotton weave with scat- /All ■ XI I^-11 1 ii IMPI I\/ 1~~ ITI W C\ I afl f*%/ C& laO Figured Sateens, finished with 4-inch J
tered flowers in single blossoms, in sprays **f\ - *» ■ ■ ■ — All Cl \J I VII I 111 I V I—l IIUI\J IU CI V <3CIIC ruffles *4 i\
a (] in garlands, printed in natural delicate jJjC ■'■■>.- Tinted floral designs, on Berlin linen. ..'). §] Si ,y^,V
Arnold's Silk EoliennV isoneof the^.umphs'of the sea- Eclipsing by far any previous offerina Fi^? wKa L!! a! ne.*: h:! n; I If p
son.- It is a semi-sheer material of permanent lustrous : ; , . .. -t.-' ' r~ . ** "■ And numerous others— 24x24-inch I / m~J
&%>.^2^s*T 50c T°mOW m°™^ which for ™'ty ' -worth-to 59c- r on sale Monday at AX v
M^ly.;: . :A ..v .... • DUG of Patterns and real value have never been equaled in Sti Paul at these prices." " ~ 19? **<*■■-::■'■■•;•'••<•■'■.-:-:.~-l:rr^--
Arnold's Moh«r Lustre is a most stylish and serviceable ?ere a, re thousands of yards of beautiful embroideries, suitable for every purpose, selling in many in- — T~~- — - ' ' - ." —— — i
-fabric. Its wiry. lustrous crlspiness gives it * 4-v - stances jorone-third actual worth. We bought them from an importer who was overstocked—«ot them at our price, and Men's and E>~2~.~»~~ _* IJ IX
a perfect mohair effect; worth 25c. , |11/> we 11 Hell them to you tomorrow at your price. Brief descriptions follow, but you must come to the store to realize the ex- Women's ■ 3 13ITlClS 91 113 IT
Monday : I v/V* tent of the sale. See Sixth street window display. - - c- ... • -.--, : ■ • m ■ -r ~ - -.
urvrr" rr i S^jL*^: Wi¥?*Ms>™ ?*-*?%•* m ? ainsook-Cambric and..Swiss' _ T^x^vz^fsztt™^**
tistes. 31 inches wide, . Batistes. Voiles and Sets, With insertions, from Oto 12 ..Ti l~ I±~. Sets, with insertions, blind and *m I ' give you the benefit. They are made of fine French
light and dark grounds; . 25c will worth up to inches wide, and dainty Baby I*m «^ open Irish effects from <) to 15 # ""^tkd^ ! madras in neat patterns, and are just the thing for
in dots and floral , de" on^n Vi^a^\ a ?n a Sets, values up to 50c, going UoZ -J | vJI^ .'" «»" rut t is. irons .» 10 l.) £\}i ' s Pr>ng and summer wear. Tomorrow and as long as
in dots and oul de- on one Bargain Table Sets, values up to oOc, going Moil- *\W X. inches wide-values up to 75 C * + aft they last they will sell as follows:
tXal2%c 7Vir a o nda'. - 19^4^ day lor. 1........... ">T Monday special......-../.:;./. ."*" V-^ V^ |1.50 kind for. 7|c | $3.50 kind f0r........ $2.00
iff * /2€ »£ VI AC procrastinate-be here among the first tomorrow morning! ' • ™ ffi SyV^y^ I'&gL I|P^
-■--••■; - ••-,"" ■ ••■'". '■ - — '.' '" ' ' . ' " '". —-— —
■^^3. The Season's Greatest Silk Sale lssg;|
Tomorrow morning, promptly at 9 o'clock we will start the greatest silk sale in the store's history. A mere glance at the items below will convince you that yon cannot afford to
ltr;;™;,U^o'^^ B"d the 6aVi"*B ™6 ° *"» that you wou.d be wise to !°°k to your future DeedS- Read crefuHy every item and get
" ( white Habutai Less Than Half Price SW^iV Less Than Half Price Black wash cords
-About 1,000 yards to go Monday. Get „ '. . '- , ■;■-, ■ " ■ Rl^rL SlILc i-^O^ I IIOIE H mil ■ I ItC
here early for it won't last long. It is Hundreds of yards of Habutai Checks, Stripes UIOtIV JIIW :Aerand assortment of beautiful silks in nlniWiiml 10 -about 500 yards-to -
pure Bilk, 20 inches wide, washable of h]u(i n , l wlntn ,n,l ■ 1,1-w L- . .„! x 1 '♦ 27-inch black Taffeta Silk, pa — A grana assortment Of beautiful silks in plain and be offered Monday, so you will need .
and worth 39t: a yard. Monday, while Ol ')luc and white and black and white. worth f 1.25 a yard. /St fnncy, including our 69c guaranteed taffeta in to be here early. This is a regular "
.ltlastß ■■-.•■••■-•.••-;-■ 22-inch Foulard Shirt-. flKßfc j^ ' :S°- ndt yur-; V^Vo-.V ■ blues, browns, tans, reds, mtm* 50c quality. Monday while it lasts "
%mi^ Waist suiting worth up /% i^ trt^l.^i^ etc.^ Shirtwaist Su^ in 5,0^ |p -- •
: k/|f , n ' ■ . . ' W m^M^^ Monday..... /VV most durable pattens. .V.-nu-h J^ &\1 £*& SF*^
vl to <•(•(• ;i yard. Monday. M_ %f Ik M-inoh black Taffeta tfV« • A Whitf China Silk, 59c quality, life^i^
S^hJ'^W normal #^fc^ Silk, worth W.2Ti a lk| f%Q and 24-iricli best Foulardn, worth J^W ▼! 3 CV
01 iai X -yard- Monday SP-UVV !up to tl.oo a yard. Monday.... 1 V'
Up to $1.25 Si ks, 59c—A marvelous collection Changeable Wash Taffetas worth $1.00; also 85c Taffeta Slik, 59c—We're going to drop this $1.25 Silk*, almost haf price-Thousands o! varde of t
ot new and wanted silks, consist- 98c Crepe de Chine in all the--^_ -^ silk and substitute Clifton Bond __ - fancy Bilks including 27-inch change- . •■-■•.-^ ■ -
ing of neat, checks hair line E^ £% J+ leading colors and black and i% ▲ in its place, and so every piece P/iA. at'! e ( nT '% Cypne nnd our chan ffe- X. i% - .
stripes, changeable Iks. etc.- white, chiffon finish, beautiful must go. We also include in £k£j&& X n "I. t:'' rl £%&%&
the yeryithings wantednght^W^ luster, an exceptional good qual- 4^ %f this lot our $1.00 changeable jTf W ami lick" red ami blad: lii m" |I%|L
now. Monday s price ..v ... J ity. Monday ..'.. ".".'.\^^ X Tussahs at .".... " Suitin 0?"/ oTaff-0Taff-t*and our choicest shirtwaist. M '^W '
We have the Rajah Silk at $1.25 a yard. We have the largest assortment of Clifton Bond Silks at 85c a yard.
Two Special Values in %i JSttk- \f^ ±. -•■ f^v • ~t iT~i 1 1 -
sib, Qks r^A/ri Sef Q.«Sf c nßk Curtains, Draperies and Upholstery
<3ill\. </3illl I WCI 4 lUIIS I 1 jVr ligTli Never in our history have we bven as wdl Prepared to serve you as now. In variety, quantity, style and good
<^^HHH^ V_/HHHB «.rT\JI«Jt i^/UliO ii?»9f|^Kf^ ■ I values we have always aimed to lead. If you need Curtains, Draperies, Upholstery, Window Shades or Porch
-iTTi -i -, -. cl • U-ll o-i l ii ■" • i_ • • ■ l *i«™ , r—*<(M?r*^4^K« Shades in large or small quantities, we can supply those needs better than any one else.
\\ Mile we are Showing bilk Suits at all prices beginning at $10.00 and fr, ricfiiSw.^'TSK The offerings quoted below are extra good values and give you an opportunity to buy at bargain prices lust at the
. ranging up as high an $75.00, we consider this Biy.no Suit one of our very best values \ l ffjJ^^yiMKJ time you need them. These prevail all the week: - ". -;J J
for the price. The waist is box pleated and very full, has 5 stitched bands and email I&ffmMw*4J*Sa Nottingham Curtains— ' Novelty Curtains—
buttons down front; fancy stock collar and tie: very full le# o' mutton sleeve, pleated at itSWQKxL V*?^l Special?, per pair, 50c, 75c, $1, 11.50, $2.50, $3.75. Specials. per pair. $4.50. $6.75 $5.75 to $35 M ■ -- -
band, trimmed with stitched bands and little buttons. The >t3*^H^**S«esr? Cable Net Curtains— ' " :' Tapestry Portieres—
Bkirt is box pleated and is i-.\trn full—almost seven yards ft* »€ £\ [** £\ t y~y--'jgtjs£&B!!\ Specials, per pair, J1.50, $1.95, $2.50, $2.95. $3.75 Specials, per pair, $1.00, $1.50, $1.95, $2.50, $3.75, $5.00, ~
wide. The colors are blue, brown, black, several shades of % I\J •""V I I l>m\V'.\^\ ■.••.-.. Corded Arabian Curtains - ». $8.75. . ,
■ green /includinp reseda) and the changeable silks. An "- s? ICW giilf .::i|M-:^: ■ ■•; Special" r"er PiiV $139 t& 1" 10 ««.. $*75 $5 Velour Portiere.— WM , , 15 .. 0 , m «; 5 ..,.,«.0».:
traordinarv value at VT • WwftV V)V3I opeciaw. per pair, »i.jj», »i.B», »..io, $J. 50, $3.75, $5. Specials, per pair, $10.00, $15.00, $22.50, $35.00, $45.00.
.* ' W aVv-V-vA 1 Irish Point Curtains— Curtain Muslins—
Slk Sh!rtwa!st Suit at $10— waist is box pleated down front, five P^IUWV -^- ' Specials, per pair, $1.50, $1.95. $2.50, $3.75, $5. $7.50. ■• Specials, per yard, sc, 7%c, 10c, 15c, 25c.
side pleats on each side, stock collar and.tie, pleated back lego' mutton tffs^sx v V^'Vll^M ;': : Brussels Curtains— . ■-••■:* • Cotton Art Goods—
a,s« "^town^d as^iStSstS. . $10 ; . H^pp c,u?°B£! ™ '""' $2'"'75' '500 's:'so' 'JsJ^^^£°^s?' p' 1"""■flßurt"-
--rk- (tC l»t-|/\^ *. g~>' I" ' IMW^iWVk "'-- ' US^ecia"s - "t n*sl.as, $2.50, $3.95, $5.00. $7.50. Per yard, 7 %c, 10c, 15c. .:::;;
Our $5 and $10 Covert Coats *M ■ If|l|& 'T&&55 %£\Z«.k «.«,,«.,«. m&. p ™h shades JS£--«SffiS'
They're the talk the town. They are made of tan covert cloth, in a variety of pretty A*'•:i«l*S W fr\\ Ruffled Muslin Curtains— -.: We have the Vudor, Tusculum and Bamboo, 80c to.
styles; satin piped straps on front; cuffs and collar trimmed with velvet, cloth buttons A-J'^t'l^Vjß'-'X-* V--\ Specials, per pair. 39c, 48c, 75c, $1.00 to $2.00. ..,..« * . _ . , , f L':!
and pipinp:, and buckle on bat* -and other distinctively mm rh^^ M f'l ' '=' ?H ifevi Ruffled Bobb.net Curtains— Window Shades ? PP V™, 0.?- " , tO'°V
good effect,. All.in all they are the best values we know <?! $5 and $10 • /^^V4^W^ Bo^F^C^n^* 100 ' ' '•-.u.^L. iH'^ui %?< ffSh'K';.
at %P <* *V ■ V fiTJW^,Vn4^BHhS* SI SneclalT !•„ h jT"(Hi <»- $"» -ft «" t« ii« -r complete, each 35c; Hand-made Opaque Shades, plain
Of course-there are other coats at various prices-as high as you wish to pay. .CIX? D^nlnT RoonfCu^n.^' '3"° tO $18"5- . £&?£?&!!?£ jig" "^ tO °rder aS
•"■••• " Specials, per pair, 98c, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 to $10.00. *(. Old Shades made over and re-hung quick. ~
hrPP Orp^t S^fpQ Sale Ladies' Underwear Another week r x m ■ *& -.
a 111 CC UiCalOdlCS The wonderfully large variety of 'underwear in all iT" CrirnPtS Kllfl^ fUlfi MPlftlLTinC:
In the Basement Monday weights and styles S affords a splendid opportunity to OT tiargainS in VXll YJK* lOa I\UIJ^ dllU IVlcJllinyS
in tne Basement (Monday select such garments as you may wish-at our recognized • - m 7 *J *•"" ."CJ*^
The following very special offers for tomorrow will enable iavhTg prlces- "*** invariably "accord the purchaser a Smith's Axmlnster Carpets, with or without Cashmere Ingrain Carpets, the heaviest and
p=?.= ;^s--»-' Sl^ftlSilS BStp*^ ""-"' 95c ilSl!?*' -* 726
Dinnerware Reduced . . r\r\rrf « w»«maiity*t •••••••• •■^■•'»O yard ; ...: v^v^v^ p^y^d ..!..... .... I *mV*
Thin includes Haviland China in whi,, /I I/O SSd^Jtwd^ac^kJtllS^lSllfc^^^ Wfc Our regular 817.50 9x12 ft. Brussels Rugs : $14.00 Best-AH Wool Art Squares, 7^x9 ft. reduced to $4.90
and decorated-in fact, our entire stcK-k of open stock din- and lace trimmed, all colors-75c • and $1.00 AO^ Granite Art Squares, 9x12 ft. reduced to $3.90 Best All Wool Art Squares, 12x12 ft. each $10.30
nerware will go Monday at 29 per cent off. values at v . 4OL China and Japanese Mattings— large assortment of remnants and odd rolls will be placed on sale at little- more -
HlVh Tirade Silverware JhAnr^A _ Half sllk vests and Pants lon& sl€ev vests, ankle length than half the re»ular Prlce- Chlna mattln from 15c to 25c per yard; Japanese at from 20c to 30c per. yard.
lllgu urauc wllYCrWdre KeaUCed . . *\ F* fi7 pants, white only—sl.2s quality -TtZ* ""riT~:' These prices arc positively for this week only. *:«v -^-«,-m :
All hollow and flatware in pur basement M •"^ if) at ••• »,. — .'....'./OC '■ ' ■■*- - "->
department will be sold Monday at a uni- \J /v Lisle mesh umbrella drawers, deep lace trim- K-f\ ' • Summer Goods Sale Mnnriav — z
up your lists and. come tomorrow without fail. „, •- ;"'-»•"-»•»' 50c _ Summer Goods Sale —Monday -
r* a. r-i _: -'."-"-'••. -rme soft cotton union suits, long sleeves, ankle length, • • - m^jrmm^m^M j _ ,
CUt VJIaSS KedUCed ... £\fYf for Spring wear— the regular $1.25 quality T^aT BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES GARDEN TOOLS HOUSEKEEPING NEEDS
Come tomorrow and see the grandest Mm ■ //") at -*-- .•• lOC .^afjSfISBBSSRSB^^SBEIm >*-^~«-w
display of high grade cut glass in town, \J / ■ I jWyaralMMlpjO /7 1/7/7/7 Sta*&ofr'*^ '^i^%\_-^-'»i>
and if you have any purchases to make, * -p. . Of r CT' J B Jr^Hmß^Mrlc^^^^M H^'dM^^^U^'' f^^^^^Z-^^A^W^^^,
EXTRA SPECKL—Dont go away without buying at J..,.. cn er,r,rrA«e IJWsiP^^^^Wßß^^MP MV>«\W^U\WNV>», "^"l^Mjl
least a half dozen of our ST.f)U cut glass tumblers «-*— HEMMED SPREADS. B^T XJ~* MmW/WmT 20-tooth Wire Lawn Rakes . 29c *B!£&£&MBti
— they're the newest thing on the market. One- "b^bT* ?6f White Crochet Spreads, full size 45c BB^^-^^ A Mf § 10-tooth Garden Rakes 15c "T^M«s*a6*»^'
half dozen to a customer at, each \J\J\* i $1.00 White Crochet Spreads. Marseilles patterns 89c fi BBl^B|BbVu»^ 7-inch Steel Garden Hoe 15c -. , -^ . ,
_^^ . ___J $150 Extra Heavy Crochet Spreads Marseilles 81.15 JMj^H mWmmK. Extra Good Steel Shovel 29c Mrs. iv.tts 1 Sad Irons per set 69c
• Notjon Sale: Monday «- -- ™^-- EADB U-? ■ !bynMr 0,, »^=s IS fe-:::::::":::::::::::; s KST£ii:iE?
coiors, .uu 3ara spools, Special A .^3^ $1.75 Quality Fringed, and cut corners -........$1.35 $2.48 2-burner 0ven5..;..... $1.98 GARDEN HOSE. lOc bottle Furniture P01i5h: ...1.... 3c "
3c Hooks and Eyes, black or white, two dozen on •« $2.25 Fringed Crochet, cut corners. $1.75 $1. 2-burner Ovens. ....^...51.48 6.000 ft. Red Sampson Garden Hose, 20c ran Burnshine.... 15c
each card. Special .......JC $4.00 Satin Marseilles, extra fine choree designs. ...$2.69 pistes Imye a very line line of Gaa regular 10c quality, tomorrow. g c 80-ft Sisal Clothesline ...9c
2c Darning Cotton, black or white Special..;,... . lc HZ g£f tSS^^ilH^V o^f" >'^■•■'H&- r^blf/Sn^.^^lA 'U" frS^ B»'»" new «~ llt^^^L^^^^M
- __: w IC **•»» £.xira Large batin, 100x108, cut corners $6.00 [line. No charge for connections. - No Old Goods Here. All Washboards reduced 25 per cent.
New Furniture for the House, Porch and Lawn >^
llw av,tt lon!l ing f°r distinctly new and novel effects in Summer Furniture, you will surely be interested in the stock we are now showing. Some of the new things are shown \f
Deio\\—outinere are so many good things here that you must come to the department to see them. Notice the Arts and Crafts Porch Pieces shown below: 11 M • "
1 fffer^^^'*'**'^*^^ •We are exclusive agents for the oval edges and are securely fas- \g V • JJ . Thp Latest 'Th Inn In a N^?Si " ' •>^l\ x ' •---.,. \J "^
r famous Old Hickory Lawn Fur- tened with screws, making the ,; > "1™ Hl ™ >^l :~™ • W - : -
Another lot. of these pretty and sub- n!tureand carry a large variety best low-priced - settee on the Veranda Suit ™, tt V, ' ,' » ."*
stantlal .Iron Beds on sale Monday. .*? stock. The historical An- market. Your choice of color.C - .. ~ Slp,Piolden %!?*&}? 1?% ? w
They are nicely enameled in cream J,^' Jackson Hickory. Rockers each- ■ Here is a suit that for beauty cannot be equaled. It Is made in the Arts and Crafts style, Sd. sl4 of ?0~22k?2? has-SSii
and gold and black and gold; also v cum. : Of? of.oak, stained green, or in weathered oak. They are well ronstructed, the parts being secure- French bevel mirror; ii is well -
other popular, colors; sizes 4 ft. 6 and ' <T <*- Off" CSmt^ ly bolted together, making them unusually durable. ' .- -. constructed and is (*■* +A r~
of'sizo an Td°color '%^-Q^L^ 3 3.25 ' m . <„ - ;. PriCe °f Chßlr aDd ROCker ' e3Ch ' °f SeUee' **°' , KenulnTSaV 910."d
Monday :....;.-■;.... ;*4>Cliv/vJ -['''"'"■ S^^»^V-T length". in .6; f.■^l Mf- Tnere algo gide or Rece pUon Chair and Rocker priced at $3.45 each. Sher Monday. Oak Dressers"
' SK^*^^ chair to match, $2.75. len *th » $ - .HO Tables |o matoh> in either finigh> at ,5.45. gfiSVS'S k DreS"'"
SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1905
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PRICE FIVE CENTS