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JOMI HAY'S REMARKS
To a Catering of Americans Who
EmoriT talis miciTorai
Akaa maanklaj ft. Tar key mm CM net
Maraak-a aa la-tcalaraal TMn-01lMf
Talker. lnh( Im tka FrW4
' a4 aa Aaata-Aaaer-
swan tart? a Aetna StkMk fr.W.1,
whim MeaiMj. a , lyo,
Lcrdca. Nnv. :i-Ovr K9 American
al wran ar.d few Erall.k per
sons clbrnl Thar,k(llii Iy by a
turner at tha H l Cent last alght Th
party Included John Mar. th United
fUi ambasand r. ard his wife and
ukter; Henry mil. secretary tf
la Valtot State a imi ttn; t. K. Car
tar. bvc.ii4 atrrvtary cf I ha embassy;
lri ftirathenra ard M-utl IVtal, .f
Canada; Arthdea-i.B .tc!Ir. Louis
Aatn Cr.at.ler and William Fukh, Unit
d Ptatea minister t truituay. Th
Sn.nu, which was e.ptr'ally designed for
tha rerarti n, wa i-mam-nted with
Am-rbaa and i:rit!sh ling, ar.rt over the
aeat cf the rhalrrr.an a a an enormous
Ml'. The list 1 basts waa kt. Th
h-alth nf tjuren Vkt.rla was proper d
by tha ehalrrran who read a ktter
Ul.-it Wind. iutl frtm t'r Arthur
J'.hn jrlt secretary to k r
Hr JIHi Rtr Yhanka,
"Th iw d !- ma to beg thai Iht
American aniha.ii!, r mill b art g.d
aa t c. r.-y to tha an-mbar tit the
Amertraa nwltjr In I-ad a the iipn
if h-r msty' Hrr.r thanka f . t
tha beautifully lUuir.liialeJ t,Mr.i- i.f
eo-gratuiatlvna rh rm-lr-J fr. m that
bexijr. M furth-r i aiaur jonr .
lUmy hr My t; qr-n a
kiwhl tjr trt Mratlmvata f nympathr
ttk th -alhir-la -w f hr own till ) rt
on tha )itik r nintn.tr cf fcr ar
"lnj ( ta thrrr. whirh im er.n
talmt In t?na fr.ua r1tuaa it
th tna rt-t .
AalanHw Hay a a
thw hallh .f Amtan.Ir liar
waa rnt).aM h rJ t attN m t rtaht
twach. II t v rr'.ata of th
1a. whk h r-.r. h takL la thai fain-1
hi tarh-r. r'n f ntt rrfatAr
ha thr wwf Hklr. allMthtrh
f frwti.m whtt -k t-.r4 In hla11
In t am - k a h - M . ti It K k tr. In a r J
artmi ali.ra- tta w..;.L tf ccr
t-U In-tnaa.- rftnaH Hay.
"thank IIv. w hat lwt. Ta w.rt
Ma-. aar In !k tn a ftf tM war
II rai: fnt th!, th- nv t aaitton
aMr r-aullnr i-f alt. wa ran trwat tat.H
wrtk mt rr-r Thla ia on cf tka fw
tktnra that wa ran tfal P(1.
nl. thra. i.. rr r r mrtra
WITH n rr-. TVr a rr la
kw k TkK k nraaa Tmm
un-vM iri::;. ra . tT rr!.tr;
fln.1 ..tr w.'Ul l Jqatlfr th a.I
llk. af r.ra trrrrla l In any nay nn
aafh. T r'-ht wa ran kar4! b aaLt
h a ft.riT laitl A rrnrk atai-
inn tka tk. r TTn.ra th-ra l
rr-rrhman tkar a rnrra.' Ho wa
arn ) a1 r..:ia.a kra t KrUara wa
ara in Am-rira t.-ntah. an.l tnay It
aurm-t fa rf.aHtaa af ar.ana
Ihtrta lf wa rar- atwat."
TRinr-rr tntHr rrMruM nr.
Tarkva k-M Ha k
Rank, tka Am
!Uy nn fai.1 an Munt trthata ti
tha nikn.iwn nam.kaa artM. who tn
tha itjya af early Nw Fnl flMt
krmiahl In p-rf-rh n tk rnn-. ktn fl."
Ha ln!.iral Ik-ajtmln Praaklln'a aaa-tr-tln
thai th tork. r ba th Mtioaal
mW-m ln-a. th aal. "who.
with arktirratlc flK vud Tclt ar t
rr.Utnry d"r"t.. karlly rmntn lt
hUruwlf mm tha rnMrm of trxxlaat. In
dtiMrk.ua ami n.-lntlnua d'tnornry;
walla tk turk-y. I k- m ln altmlM.
aetata c aly f..r th r.d of otkrra. an.l
wriaft-a hy th-u-nW yrarlx f n th
tn moclui n M nrh Hay rno
maratl th- ran- f .r thankfulnaaa
pak Knlh. or if rnr frn!a on thla
and aaM: ar th irkful that wa can
al.l f th tm-ri think th.t U hnaatlnf.
that wa talk Vr.it.! Ptatra. whlcli an
war anually aa w-ll f r trr th
truth, Th itraal hi-Jy of tha pA of
th twn rrnintrva ar- fttrndA Wa nr
th f.rtnnaa h-lra tn Knsll.h law anj
llhart. whk k Ka;h aati-n r-rt."
Lur.l "trnthfi n ar.. W nrt ttoyal
irrapon.I'n . -ihir NmI Imt Xrlffh
Nira." aal.t th.it fsnn.1. whil kyal
In th n an.l t. tlrrat Itrltnln. had
th full-at f llr of frl-TKlahip f.r ih-t'Rlt-l
Ftat. a. an.l ha M ati-flad tha:
If althrr rwuntry akovM intn dim
rultira tha ath.r wuuld hrlp Ha n-lprh-kr.
H'. f if J.hn Carrti fUm-a. J--t ic of
tk hlh rowrt of )tk. whn h m.
pot th h-a!th of Amhu.r Hay.
dwrlllnff ro tk -rrat frt-nd!ia-M
thai K h-llra.t rIt btwrn If.
M acd tn Tattad ftataa. aald: If
tb tw cotintrl will only put thrlr
rmtK tor-tttrr thy ran rule tha
4t!nJ- of tha world."
Aith tvamn ginrlalr fropowd tha
"it -Tot Lad!." which wa r-
rnJd tn by M's Gcn-vlrra Ward,
OWrratlna at Jfrw Tartu
New York. X . vw T,
bav tha advattaa-a cf ael bratlrK two
VUdayt tn or.t. Trstrrday tu not only
Ttr.ku!rljir Day but alan Ev a uif Inn
Iar. tha day w h-n l celebrated tha r-
armra irom j,w York tf the Brltlvh
tronria. Evacnatlr.a T v b r.i .,!.
iay. ar.d Is rnrrally chived by the Old
ana to heal rril.tia. Th Old
Guard otxarved the day as usual y
irarrhlnv from It h-adquartera (5rm n
U tha tiatttry. wh-re the exerclsaa cf
ralalnir th flair ware followed a usual.
The Old Guard waa escorted by a de
tachment of the United Plates regulars
from Gr.rernnr's Uland. Great prepara
tion had brn ir.ai!- tn fvd tha v.
Cle rommhHlcccra cf charities and cor-
rectioca acd tha lcemoryr.ary Instito
tl)ra ef thla cttr. and rone went hun.
Oh the Day at Berlin.
Berlin, Nor. tt. Arnerlrana In flAeVti
mat ytrday at a Thar.ksfrlvlr.a; ban
at tha Kal rhof. The occasion
wa yery erjo,Ma. United Ftates Am-
4)t WTiit opened the toast lift In
a fvtlcittcus speech, and Inter, tn raply
to M tcaat tn but health. Indulfred la hu
morous reir.lclKrnce of former flmllar
functkna here. He contluded Uie open
In speech by propositi- a Joint toast to
F.mperor TVlUUtn and rreslJcrt Mr.
-y. which waa rrcclvcj with. great
enihualns.-n. TT.f trreetinits cf the as
sembly a irs rabUd to ITclicr.t Vi Kln
lci Qalta a rolltleal Krnaon.
Wasbir.Rtun. Nov. :. At the Metro
Mltaa iX. Pi. church, whnra President
McKlnlry att-ndrd strvlce. Itcv. lr.
Juhnston aWlartd that rosertty is
here; that of the prll that threaten the
cation tha chief were rum, socialism and
Jrsuitlnm. He rnke at some length
aaainst the daner of a foreign chruch
olloinlr.(f aarenc!anry In the state. He
advocated lvlfijr the Roman Catholic
th same clvu rlghta that very
man enjoy, but that his church be
warned to keep It har.Oa off the state,
la th urr tt his r marks ha referred
to raln aa "a l urr.t-.iut ration, the
barat of klngdrms." He also referred
tn tha dar.ctr of corrupt parties and
Ir Marred the rl tory of Tammany In
A SENSATIONAL REPORT.
Oa Ikat rt'afcaaala.aehraraM Baas
Claaka-I la a It lea,
Derlin. Nor. 26 V Roma diaoatrh
nji a njtniorj nu diet hsi oo
urtad batween tha Frtnch aod Brit-
iihiroopiat Mikil. in Lgo, Win
LoodoD. Not. SC. A rumor hat
bea ractlved at the Bri! lib aolootkll
cfllca ot a colli-ion between thi
Uritith and Frtoch troopi at Mikel.
Which it it laid haa Leon eantnrad hw
tba Frrnth. Tha colonial officials.
howtrar. regard tha oocorrenca is
highly improbab'a. Tha territory ia
d It pa lad. and both countries h'ave
bn karrTinj; troops there. The
iron oin it to milt or 30 years'
tending, and grows oat of frontier
foascssions in west Africa, The
ranco-rroMita war interrnnted ne.
rotiations. which were on fot a
qnsrter of a century ajro, looking to
A later report leads tha colonial
oflioa to beltavo the conflict is one be
tween the French troops and the na
tl'.es. W)St aa t s. V. (tiak-ya Death.
SU Louis, Not. 26 M. C. 8tockey,
of B"llTille,.IIl .depot district inter
nal revenue collector, and one of the
best known men In southern Illinois,
wa found dead tinder a tie itle over
a creek near Columbia. III., thi
mornlnir. It U supposed he fell
from a train, bnt much mystery
surrounds the case.
Ra.lned tn Sate If U Life,
Htiicht.ic. Jllrh.. Nuy. SS. Captain
RowUn.1. tramrm r Itcss at the Atlantic
mine, haa ratrreil. bis ree:gnatln tak
ing Immediate tffett. He wa disliked
t.y the Plr.tis. who accust-d him of ex
treme arrt-eanr and abuse, hut the
company refused tn dlwhorge him. Tfion
th mn struck. Cnptnln Hnalamt.'. It
ttr.i nH waa Inf. rme.l br the uriVar.
that they would kill h!m rn ateht unUt.
he rvslgr.ed. and the resignation speedi
C'ampaajr Will fx the Inoaranee,
City of Mf Jlro, Nov. 26. The New
Torn I j re insurance company will lose
r.othlnt; by the sulci. le f their late
general manager here, as hi lifv waa
tnaura.1 In another company for !!.-
Ooa ald. and he leaves shares In vari
ous c tr.par.li here In which he w aa In
terested t.t the extent of $13,000. or a
conservative estimate of $S.0fK (silver),
while the shnrtnge la lt:.0"0 s lvcr. This
amply prot-cts the crmpany.
Savak l Take aa Appeal.
Vlntnn. Is.. Snxr. :. The Novak case
will b taken tn tn supreme court. The
attorney for the Watford banker, eon
t tried cf th murder of Edward SJurray,
expr me utmost cornimc that a
new trial will be ordered. If that falls
aa appeal will be tahn.
Ilaiaa Mm laralytea.
Lexlrrtor. Ky . Nov. . J. A. Coons.
th- wcll-knowc trotting horse man. waa
stricken with paralysis here yesterday
and his recovery ! cYiibtful He la it
In Russia wmuca hcuioholders Tote
f or all elective oOcers and on all 1qw1
lit dt eari. rd p. Hocd'e Bar
apstiila are t-nj, because most
aiinitata cMtsrtxar as soon at the
Lt . J I. . .1 . . . . .
Blum is s.iudn sea punnea oy tu
Arnold's Rromo OIry caret head
ten; 10. 23 and 60 ccata. Reus
Cf "J tore.
DARIIIG CUBAN REBS.
They Hold a Picnic Within Easy
Rifle Shot of Gen. Blanco's
Palace at Havana.
SUCCESSFUL SAID ON CASA BLA5CA
That Is So Far aa Lao la Concerned In
surgeaU' Mala Purpoae, However, Was
to Release Blvera. Whs Is la Cabanas
Fertme, and Ilere They Falled-Story
That Ilaa More Qr Spanish Inefficiency tn
It Than Anything Else.
New York. Nov. 2S.-O0 Sunfiay morn
ing, for the first time in the history of
the Cuban war, rebel bullets sought the
iclace in Havana, says a dispatch to
th Herald from Havana. The shots
came from Casalttanca.600 yards across
the entrance to the harbor, acd while
nobody was hurt, the palace, with its
electric lights, was a rhining mark and
must have been hit. The Spanish author
ities attempt to make light of the affair,
but at the same time a reporter for La
Lucha who wrcte up and attempted to
publifh the facts in the case was arrest
ed and is still incommunicado. The at
tar k on Casa Blanra waa made by the
brigadier general, Rafael tie Cardenas
acd llfty rebels. They entered the town
ahcrtly before midnight on horseback,
and at the end of four hours each man
led out cf tewn a horse, with one extra
he had appropriated laden withclothing.
provisions, silver plate and considerable
Were Trying to Rearne (ienrral Rivera.
Hefore they left they fired two volleys
across the narrow harbor entrance at
the palace, then coolly retired to a
friend's hou.ee Inside the Spanish lines
and took super, previously ordered. All
this w as under the guns of Cabanas and
Mora It is learned from an inside source
that the object of the rebels waa to ef
fect the release of General RIus Rivera
and hang a citizen tamed Fumie-ro, who
is known at a spy. They failed in the
first only because of seme misconception
regarding the appointed time on the part
cr confederates within the prlroo with
whom arrangements had been made to
edmlt the raiders into the fortress,
Kumlero managed to escape across the
Made No MIroe as to Loot.
The whUe affair was well clanned.
General Cardenas came In the early
evening with two colonels along the sea
sh'ire ar.d ct 10 o'clock the men followed.
The first visit was to Cabana. When
they raw that the arrangements had
failed the rebels went after Fumlero. He
lied arron the harbor and the rebels
did not dare follow. Then the rebels
went to Casa da les Fralles. the rtiest s
house, wher they tork blankets, silver
plate ar.d money. This house I close
to Moro castle. The priest made a great
oulcry. but no soldiers came. The rebels
then sarked tha store cf Fumlero. secur
ing some gold. Thry also looted three
other stores wtthr.ut moleytatiem.
SPAMARDS IINAI.LT WAKE TP.
Cot Before They Can Cet In Motion tha
llebeis Are Safety Away.
Working as quietly as noesible thev
at midnight approached a cavalry out
post and secured several horses. These
they led bac k into town and loaded with
spoils. The horre-s then set out with a
small detachment of men, and the other
re-Dew wert to supper at the hcuse of a
friend within the lines. For two hcurs
they enjoyed thems-lvc. then rode to
the harbor edae aril flr-ri tm-rt iniio.-a of
the palace, conspicuous by its lights.
mis aroused the Spaniards for the
first time, but by the time troona
out the rebels had gone. The authori
ties made every effort to suppress the
details Of this ralfl though nn nfrimlnl
report admitted that six rebels entered
in wwn. ine reneis approached ana
fired Unon Mariano W-rtnealair nlnkt
There was great excitement, the volun
teers were called out, and along with
the trootm returned tho n.hoi Am ti..
residents were panic stricken and locked
tnemsetves in their houses. The rebels
did not succeed In entering the town.
The lines have been strengthened all
Shout 11.1VHI1!! rnrnwiwinilani.. m
reived from the east states that General
Gomes is massing men near Sagua and
is preparing to march westward to
strike a potent blow before eoriirresa
AL1.F.OED DYNAMITE FOB I.ER.
Havana Officials Say It Was a Hoax Cabs
Tariff Two Decrees Signed.
Havana. Nov. 26. The tube reported
to hav contained dynamite which was
found by a man, subsequently arrested
ty the private watchman of the Am. rl
can consulate building. Wednesday aft
trrtK-n m-ar the door of the consulate is
classed in official circles as being noth
Ing more than a Jcke. The man arrested
Is believed to be the individual who
placed the tube where it was found. Kut
In order to guard against any poasibili
ties the Spanish officials are taking pre
cautions to guard the United States con
sulate and to prrtect the United States
corsul general. Fitxhugh Lee.
Madrid. Nov. 16. The Official Mu
seum publishes this morning two decree
signed by the queen regent and by Scnor
Sagaata, the premier. The first decree
applies to the Antilles the law s Inscribed
In the first chapter of the Spainish consti
tution, with a guarantee of the applica
tion cf the general laws. The s-cond de
cree extends to the Antilles the univer
sal suffrage ef 1SS0. Accordina to the
law cf June 2. If90, the electnral qual-
mcatlcn w a held by all the male Span
lards 23 years of age who enjoy all civil
rights and have been citizens of a mu
nicipality for at least five years.
Madrid. Nov. 2. The clause In rela
tlon to the tariffs In the government's
proposed scheme cf autonomy for Cuba
Lprovldes for the creation cf a mixed
commlsflor: to be composed of Cubans
and Spaniards, which Is .to fix ibetartlfs.
The rates by the commission are to be
adopted by the Cuban chamber of depu
lies snd then approved by the hpanish
c.irtes before they become effective.
Shnu'd the mixed commUnlon come to a
dead-Ick the fortes u to be the arbiter
oT the' question at Issue. Prime Minis
ter Saarastn haa received over inn rile.
patches from perwns and organisations
in catatonia, uiscay ana otner provinces
asking that the autonomy scheme be
suspended. A member of the cabinet
said, however, that the opposition to
the scheme must soon cease. '
WISCONSIN DOWNS" KfORTH WESTERN.
Foot Ball Phiyed In Had end Drizzling
nam imnut or other Games.
Chicago, Nov. 26. On a field r.bk
deep in mud and in a drizzling rain, be
fore a vast crowd, the University cf
Wisconsin team defeated ts Vnrti..
ertern university eleven hv tk in
cisive score of 22 to 0. When Wisconsin
had the ball which waa mnsf .
M Peele. Cochems ard Tnrr.-at Brora
sent thrcugh the line for gains of from
three to ten yards, Cochems especially
distinguishing himself by his terrific line
uui-King. . r or ormwestern Kackson,
Libberton. Ferry ar.d Sloan r,i ,
best offensive game, and Pelts and Cap-
mm tiunier covered tnemselves with
glory In defensive work. Another n,.iw
game was that between the Chicago ar.d
jnic-nigan university elevens. It was won
by Chicago 21 to 12.
Other games played here were the
'ew Jersey All-Star teitn iratn.e ,v.
. - - ..... u . i k .lie
Chicago Athletic association eleven, in
wnicn me ew Jersey men were not In
It from the start, unit th r-.io
rtankors against the New York Knicker
bockers, In which Chicago was aain a
victor. Notable games elsewhere were
as follows: University of Pennsylvania
Cornell 0: Nebraska 6. Iowa 0 ITnn.
sas university 16. Missouri 0; Universi
ty of Illinois 6. Eureka college 0.
ty of Illinois 6. Eureka college 0; Uni
versity of Cincinnati 0. fnriiuio tti-
- - . ...
WANT TO TRUST TO LUCK?
If Ton Do Here Is Your Chance to Siart for
Ban Francisco. Nov. 28. Hiram R
Maxim, superintendent of construction
of the Atlantic and Pacific Aerial Navi
gation, company, announces that the
company now hca In course of construc
tion an airship in which it is expected
to make the trip to Klondike. He said:
vt nen everything is on board the Ehln
will weigh .000 pounds, and we shall
take on board abuut one ton t&p1irtit rt
passengers snd provisions. The propell-
iiik power win ne a 16-horse-rmwer
naphtha ennine. which will he r n,ia
out of aluminium as far as that metal
an be used, and will w-rlirh eomniet..
The gasoline will lie stored In tank
which will contain sufficient nnnntltv
to drive the vessel around the earth
Without rer.ier.lshintr the tenka w
expee t to attain a speed of 100 miles an
hour without straining our vessel."
WIDOW BELIEVES HIM THE MAN.
Mrs. Forties HsS no Doubt Klcnthcr Killed
Fort Worth. Tex.. Nov. 26. The "wid
ow of Arthur Forbes, alias J. E. Blanth
er, who was arrested at Iderldan, Tex.,
charged with havlnjj murdered Mrs.
Philininna LanTfeldt In P nn Prnneloeo
and who committed suicide in the Bos
que county Jail, has been located In thla
city hy the police ofiicials. The woman
row goes by the name of Ada Taylor.
She SaVS thnt hl married Arthur
Forbes at LitUe Rock. Ark., in 1S92, and
mat they taucht in the Dublin school..:
In JJosnue ccunfv in ism. Their ho.t
some trouble, during which Forbes shot
. . ...
ner inree lines.
About that time Arthur Forhes. Hsi
Dianther, wa3 arrested, charged with
thJ murder of Mr T.anirfei.it oni ha
was lodged in Jail, where he subsequent
ly committed sulcld by taking mor
phine. Mrs. Fcrbes savs thern Is no
dcubt as to Forbes being the murderer
of the San Francisco women; that he
often told her that he won well ac
quainted with Minnie Williams and
Blanche Lament, havlmr been intro
duced to them by Theodora Durrant:
that he often referred to the murders
tn such a manner that she was con
vinced he knew cf the-m.
Vcnllct iu t.'.e Ivrr.ng Crsc.
Chicago. Nov. 2. The Tribune this
morning says that "a mar. who knows"
asserts that the finilir.z cf the court-
martial in the Him;r.:r,il cnue Is thnt
the accused. Capt. Lowrinr. is euiltv as
cnafgea In toe Kmcmcaticns. and that
he be reprimanded by the reviewing au
thority. The eourt Is thus lenient in
view cf the good charaoter'of the t,.5w
Saw Mill In Michigan Darned.
Menominee. Mich.. ?Cov. 56 Th?
Northern Supply company's saw mill at
Fisher burnd yesterday morning. The
loss is JJ5.000 and insurr.nce $10.0-)0. The
fire started from a hot box in the mill.
The people had to make a fight to save
tne town, fisher is tne headquarters
of the Wisconsin and Michigan railway
and about thirty miles from here.
National Capital in Darkness.
Washington. Nov. 26. The power
Plant of the United States Electric
Lighting company was gutted by fire
last nignt. The lights in the greater
portion of the city were kept going by
this plant, so that Washington Is now
r darkness to a large extent at night
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S) Plikwktsrf Mrs sum! m-esntr. -
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aai vitfe ?w trm WBMukMK.
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merchants may give you as good for $10
or $12. We undersell them all on first
class made clothing.
Plenty of 50c Underwear for 25c.
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WILL APPEAR IN U HOLIDAY ATTIRE.
"A Thing of Beauty Is zi Joy Forever."
No pains have been spared to reach
this high ideal. Lavish preparations have
jen made for your enjoyment and profit.
The Boston store has never before been
decked in such gorgeous costume. It's
an evidence of our appreciation of your
I patronage and an earnest of our good
I faith in trying to please you.
I Our Toys
I (ar surpass any previous jeir's collection in vri
I etj, extent and moderate prices.
113 have already made scores of
tomers find it a pleasure to trade at this conttir
it's so convenient, and the stock is so complete,
coupled with little prices it's no wonder.
SO feet of counter space for our
floor opposite book department,
previous seasons and a more
pick from. Don't fail to visit this
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new friends. Cus
Glass in our
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dolls on the main
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beautiful stock to
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Presents for Men and Boys.
What to get for the men folks or
the boys is the question most frequently g
asked. Wecanhelo vou this vear. fori?
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we have kept this matter clearly in mind
in buying our stock.
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we go on telling you about the various
departments that are full to overflowing. 1
We won't take your time, but ask you to
come to the opening Saturday or next
week, and see with your own eyes thejj
; thousand and one articles for your ap
proval. Come and see our Umbrella Dept.
Come and see our fancy Goods Dept.
compare with it in Iowa.
see our display of lo.oool
see Queensware and Cut 3
our kid gloves; laces, teckwear, I
cloaks, fare, draperies, pillows, muslin and knit I
underwear, dress goods, silks, blankets,, comforts,
wrappers, dressing sacquis. etc. Everybody
come. Ton will be welcome.