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THE ARGUS. TflVR nAY APBII. 19
hum rnnniii nniiiinrn
oue. and Senate Agree on the
xesoiutton That Is to
Make Cuba Free.
t5D COKES EARLY THIS MOENEJG.
esse - Adopts (he Proposition By a
Nearly UaanimoM Vote Sen
8 ate Mnch Divided.
tliraa Hundred and Tea RrnrwntathrM
VoU Ay an thn Final Boll Call and bat
Six Declare ThemMlree Oppoaed to War
Compromise Leave Ont the Official
Bacofaltloa of Cuban Independence, but
ecla-ea That tba I'eople of Cuba -Are
and of Bight Onglit To Be" Free.
Washington, April 19. After working
lintil midnight last night the house and
Senate conferrees agreed to a compro
toiise In the matter of the difference on
the Cuban resolution".
The words "are and" In the declara
tion In the first paragraph that the Cu
bans "are and" of right ought to be,
fctc, are left In the senate resolutions
Rnd the Turple amendment declaring
Ibat the United States recognizes th
republic of Cuba Is stricken out.
Chanrn Made by the Aereement.
The agreement makes the first resolu
tion read as follows:
"First, That the people of the island
fcf Cuba are, and of right ought to be.
free and Independent." The preamble
And other resolutions are the same as
adopted by the senate and printed In
incae dispatches yesterday.
Full Vote In the Henate.
When the agreement was presented
in the senate It was adopted 42 to So
Teas Aldrich. Allison. P.nkpr Tlur
rows. Carter, Chandler, Clark, Cullom,
Davis, tteboe, Elkins, Faulkner, For
aker, Frye, Galllnger, Gear, Gray, Hale,
Jianna, Hansbrough, Hawley, Kyle,
Lodge, Mrllrlde. McMillan. Mason, Mor
gan. Morrill. Nelson. Penrone. Perkins.
JMatt of Conertlfut. Prltchard, Proctor,
Wuny, Hewell, fipooner. Warren, Wilson,
Nays Allen, Baron, Ftnte. Horry,
Futler. Cafferv. Cannon. Chiltnn. rhiv
Cockrell, Daniel, Harris, HeitfeM. Jones
ff Arkansas, Jnnse of Nevada, Kenney,
I.lndsay. MrEnery. McLaurin, MalU.ry,
mantle, martin. Mitchell, Money. Tas
. Pettarew. I'ettU.". Hauilr.H. "linnrh
Stewart. Teller, Turley, Turner, Tur-
pie, unite 35.
Itotwe Waa Prompt In Agrrrfhg.
In the houxe, a soon as the confer
ence reported had been presented, Ad
ama moved the adoption of the report,
and upon that motion he demanded the
previous question. The pall. Tics gave
cheer aftr rheer as the resolutions
were read. The demand for the pre
vious question rut off debate and Hal
ley and Johnson of Indiana appealed
for a few minutes' time. Adams re
fused to yield time for debate owing to
tae lateness of the hour. Johnson pro
tested Indignantly, r.alley demanded
the ayes and ntcs and the roll-call was
Jtrarly t'nanlniom In the Honor.
The final vote in the house adopted
the Conference report 510 to 6. The
following voted against the adoption of
the report: Uoutellp. Hrewi-r (Dem.) cf
Alabama. Gardner (Hep.) of New Jer
sey, Johnson of Indiana, Lud of Cali
fornia, and McCall (Itep.) of Massachu
setts. At 2:43 a. m. the house adjourned.
Speaker Heed will not sign the Cuban
resolution until after the house meets
today at noon. It will then go to the
Vice president and after hia signature
to the president.
UOUSE IN A Tl llMOIL FOB nOVItS.
Heed and tlalle Have Another CIah Over
a I'artlanientary I'ulnt.
' Washington, April 19. For two hours
yesterday forenoon the national house
of representatives was in a turmoil.
It was called to order at 10 o'clock and
adjourned Immediately, an old rule
kevlfig been dug up which prevented
the house receiving communications
from the senate when that body was
not tn session. Inasmuch as the senate
lid not meet until 12 o'clock there was
nothing to do but adjourn until that
kour. The time was put In caucusing
In the committee rooms and en the floor
Over the proposition to concur In the
senate resolutions with the Turpie
amendment recognizing the present in
surgent government stricken out, and
also the words "are and" in the resolu
tion declaring that "the people of Cuba
re and of right ought to be free and
A motion to that effect was prepared
tjr Hopkins and was to have been offer
ed by him, but on consultation that duty
waa transferred to Dlngley, the rec
ognised organization leader. When the
bouse met therefore Dlngley was recog
nised to make the motion, and demand
the previous question. Bailey, who was
Upon his feet, asked If the motion to
Concur with an amendment precluded
motion to concur, and was informed
by the sneaker that it would not If the
notion was voted down. It was a nio
tnent of Intense excitement. After a
rather warm time the resolutions as
mended by the house were sent baik
to the senate.
The vote on Dlnslcy'a motion waa ITS
ores to 1j nays. Fourteen Republicans
Broke party lines and voted no, as fol
lows: Brom well. Brown. Colsin. Cooper
Of Wisconsin, Poor. Johnson c f Indiana,
Johnson of North Dakota, Lorimer,
Loud, M.-ihany, Maun. Sulloway, War
ner and White of Illinois. One Populist.
Steward of Alabama, voted aye with
the Republicans. All the Democrats
voted nay. Berry and Boutelle simply
announced their presence. Just after
this vote was announced a very sensa
tional seen followed. Johnson of In
i&lna asked unanimous consent, inas
much as no debate upon the proposition
tost voted upon had been had, to be al
lowed to address the house for an hour
en the peace side of the question, which
he said had not been presented to the
nevse as' yet There were loud cries for
las regular order.
The regular order is demanded,'
said the speaker. "The c!erk v.El call
me comutees icr reports.
Bailey jumped to his feet and asked
the chair if the chair held that a de
mand for the regular order was equiv
alent to an objection.
"The their thinks if the gentleman
will continue to notice he will gradually
Ic-arn parliamentary proefdure," re
llled the speaker sarcastically. This
fetort raised a laugh on the Kepublfr
sa side. "Clerk will prc?d with the
call," continued the speaker.
"A parliamentary inquiry," interposed
Bailey, evidently greatly nettled by th?
chair's words. "I desire to know if it
is In order for the speaker, in response
to a respectful Inquiry cf a rr.embf r of
this hcuse, to make such a reply cs
"Net to a respertir.l Inquiry," re
turned the speaker In a.qrgr s?ivp tons.
This was the occasion for another out
burst of applaus on the Republican
side which the sppaker suppressed with
a vigorous pounding cf his gavel. "The
house will be in crder,' Faid he sternly.
"The clerk will proceed."
BAYS Tlir. SPEAKER IS A MAR.
With a rrovlso However Reed Simply
Appeal to WilnrtM-A.
But Bailey was thoroughly angered
and hung on doggedly. "I desire to ar,k
If the speaker intrmls to say that the
Inquiry which I made vr.s not respect
ful?" "The sper.ki r simply desires to rest his
statement in the knowledge which the
house has r.s to this fact," responded
the speaker, amid erics of "regular or-d-
r." "The regular order is demand
ed." added the sneaker.
But Bailey wou'.d not down. and above
the noise and confusion he shouted de
fiantly: "Deliberately I desire to say
that if the speaker intended to say "
"The clerk will proceed," Interrupted
"I desire to say "
"The gentleman is not in order," In
sisted the Fpeaker, pounding his gavel.
"I am in order," shouted Baliey. "I
denounce that statement nf the chair
as false. If the chair intended to make
that statement." With that defiant
shot Bailey took his seat, amid a de
monstration of approval on his side.
"There Is no difficulty about a ques
tion of fact before witnesses," said the
speaker calmly, when quiet was re
stored. Later a motion was made to concur
in the senate resolutions, but was de
featedIIS to 11". The following Re
publicans voted for the motion to con
cur: Belknap, Borimer. Mann. Warner
and Whit", of Illinois; Bromwell and
Brown, of Ohio. C'olson of Kentucky;
Cooper of Wisconsin: Dorr of West
Virginia; Johnson of Nurth Dakota,
and HullowayVof New Hampshire. Ding
ley's motion to insi.it ard ask for a con
ference was then agreed to without di
vision, the opposition realizing therr.an
ifest uselessnrss of demanding a roll
call. Just before 5 o'clock the speaker
announced the r.rptintment fjf Adams
of Pennsylvania, Heatwolo cf Minneap
olis, and Iiir.smore (Dem.) of Arkansas
ns conforms on the Cuban resolutions.
Shortly after this the house took recess
to 6 p. m.
From this time on the procedure cf
the house was a sericsof recesses, infor
mal or otherwise. During the evening
the news 'arrived that the conferrees
had partly agreed, but the house con
ferrees refused to concede those little
words "are and" to the senate. Consul
tations were held with the speaker and
while the house was awaiting a half
hunded of the representatives gathered
in the lobby in the rear of the hall and
awoke the echoes with patriotic songs.
The "Battle Hymn of the Republic"
was sung by Henderson of Iowa. "Dix
ie" and other songs- were sung, led by
some of the ex-Confederates, and then
In tremendous volume the corridors
rang with an improvisation, "Hang Gen
eral Weyier on the Sour Apple Tree, as
We Go Marching: On."
The war spirit was reflected in the
sor.gs. Soldiers bivouacing about the
camp fires in the enemies' front could
not have ben more enthusiastic than
were many of the grizzled veterans who
participated. The senate insisted on its
resolutions and the fact was officially
made known to the house and a vote
was taken on a motion to Insist also
and ask further conference, which was
carried. No motion to adjourn had the
least chance. The resolutions were
again in conference and the house took
recess from time to time awaiting the
result, which came along after 1 a. m.,
the house conferrees having finally
agreed to leave the words "are and" In
the resolution, the senate yielding the
actual recognition of the Cubans. This
ended the agony.
SENATE GETS THE MATTER AGAIX.
Takes t'p the Resolution as It Has Iieen
Cut by the Home
Washington, April 19. The senate was
engaged in general legislation yester
day when at 2:53 p. m. the message
clerk of the house of representatives
appeared at the main entrance with a
package of bills and resolutions in hand.
Almost immediately Vice President Ho
bart. interrupting the debate, recog
nized the clerk. He presented to the
senate several bills and resolutions
which had been passed by the house
Including that relating to the interven
tion of the Vnited States in the Cuhan
rebellion. There was an instant com
motion in the chamber. Scores of mem
bers of the house were on the floor
awaiting the action of the senate upon
the house amendments. Davis, chair
man of the foreign relations committee,
requested that the message from the
house concerning the Cuban resolutions
be laid before the senate.
After the reading of the message Da
vis addressed the senate, and moved
that the senate concur in the house
amendments. The motion was defeated
02 to 46. Davis then moved that the
senate insist upon its amendment to the
house resolution, and that the president
of the senate appoint its conferrees. The
first part of this motion was agreed to,
but the last was defeated, and the sun
dry civil bill taken up. While the bill
was pending the !rk of the house of
representative?! hadentered thechamber
and was awaiting recognition. The cleric
presented to the senate the house's
notification that the house had insisted
upon its amendments, and asked for a
tonft rente. The me-sage was at onci
laii' before senate. Davis moved
that the senate disagree to the hous
amendments and that the request for a
conterence be agreed to. and further
that fx vice resilient a"iw irit the r-.in-
ferrecs,' and after a long Uebale ihe
motion prevailed and Davis. Foraker
and Morgan were appointed conferrees.
After frequent recesses to wait for
the action of the conference commit
tee the senate at 1:13 o'clock this
morning received the report of the
committee and twelve minutes after
ward had adopted it. There was a fight
to the last minute, however, the advo
cates of recognition of the independ
ence of jlhe island republic standing
their ground until they we.-e fairly
knocked down by a vote of 42 to 55.
The minority vote was cast by those
who wanted radical action and insisted
that the resolution should carry with
it recognition of the independence of
the Cuban republic. The scene in th?
senate even up to the minute of ad
journment was one of wonderful
beauty and impressKveness. Hundred?
cf brilliantly attired women and men
in evening dres.a filled the galleries.
On the flcor were the makers f the
country's history awaiting the verdict
from the conference committee.
Whfn finally It came there was a
hush in the great chamber which a few
seconds before had been thrilling with
animation. When the verdict had
been returned and accepted by the s-n-ate
the geat audience dispersed dis
persed quietly: almost solemnly. All
realized that the verdict meant war
nd the action taken was too moment
ous to inspire anything less than awe.
Cuban Rebels Arrept Antonomy.
Washington, April 19. The Spanish
legation here has received the following
advices from Havana: Colonel Kosend.)
Garcia with three officers of the nbel
forces and ' twenty-two 'roldlers, all
armed, have presented themselves at
Sancti Spirltus to the civil and military
authorities, declaring publidy before
numerous crowds of people to be ready
to tight for the Ciflian home govern
ment under the mother country's flag
and to defend the interests of the Span
ish race. Bosendo Garcia was one ot
the most prominent chieftains In the
Cuban Insurrection and his presenta
tion is of great importance, there being
strong reason to believe it will be fol
lowed by many others."
Bill to Call 70,000 Men.
Washington, April 19. Representa
tive Hull of Iowa, chairman of the
house committee on military affairr.
will today introduce an administration
bill authorizing the president to issue
a call for volunteers to the number of
60,000 or 70.000 men. It will be consid
ered immediately by the committee. Its
passage expedited as rapidly as possible
and will take effect immediately upon
the president's approval. Its terms will
authorize the president to call on the
various states for quotas in making up
Rev. Starkweather, Cbnrch Militant.
Superior, Wis., April 19. At the out
break of trouble between the United
States and Spain Rev. Charles S. Stark
weather, ex-rector of the Church of
the Redeemer of this city, and for two
terms mayor, will raise a regiment.
Rev. Starkweather proposes in case
the rolls are cpened to secure a ft"
and drum corps and parade the streets,
the recruits falling in. The regiment
will be called "Ktarkey's Tigers."
Finland is properly Fenland, "the
land of the marshes."
GLAD HAND OFFERED.
British Professor Justifies Our Po
sition Regarding th
E0FGSES "HMDS ALL AEOUID."
riaa to create a Informational Combine
That Coold aay 'Faugh a lUUagh" to
Any Other Combination of the hum
Sort Principle Laid Down of the Sag
Keted Anglo-American Entente-VTonld
Be for Tcace and Be Irresistible."
I.ondon. April 19. The Daf.y Chron
icle pubMshes a letter this morning from
Sir Frederick Pollock. Corpus professor
of jurisprudence at the University f
Oxford, Justifying the attitude f-f the
Vn.teU Rates In the contr.vrs v with
i Spam. Sir Frederick Pollock. In part.
says: "It would be a superfluous an J
loft-har.ded compliment for England t.
c.ffer cssistar.ee to the 1'nited Slates,
but the time has arrived for an Anglo
American entente or alliance which
would do away with any necessity for
arbitration treaties. We are the other
great pow er of the North American con
tinent, and if we rigidly consider our
position we are equally concerned with
the United States to forbid the interfer
ence of any foreign power In American
affairs. The true keystone of an alliance
would boon the side of the United
States a frank rccc.pnttlon if our co-cqu.-J
standing beyond the Atlantic In
right of Canada, and our joint interest
In excluding European complications
What John Ball Shoald tin.
"On our sida rhould bo understood.
If not formally expressed, a readiness
to support the Monroe doctrine In con
junction with the United States by
whatever means might lie necessary t
sufficient and against all comers. Such
an alliance would make wholly for
rente, and within its legitimate pur
roses would be Irresistible; but if of
fense did come, the first shotted guns
fired by the combined Anglo-American
fleet might be the beginning of more
ends than the objectors contemplate."
The Daily Chronicle, commenting edi
torially on Sir Frederick Pollock's let
ter, calls it "The wisest utterance yet
n a.!e on the subject."
Will He Demand That Beflrieney?
Detroit. April 19. Margaret Mather
willed all her property to Colonel Hora
tio King, of New York, who acted as
her attorney. Colonel King says when
all debts are Fettled there will probably
b? a deficiency. If there la any surplus
Colonel King says he will turn It over
to Margaret Mather's sister in Chica
go. FInleyson, Margaret Mather's
father, has announced bis Intention to
contest the w ill.
"IRONING MADE EASY"
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-' -' - -' -
PFniifPF run rnririif'V
MAKES COLLARS AND CUFFS SHFF m NICE
AS whr.ii rinol FuliuHT riFW
ONE POUND OF THIS STAECH MILL CO
AS r AK AS A POUND AND A HALF
OF ANY OTHER STARCH.
THJ.C.HUBINGR BROS CP
V , .w.i.
H.r.r?. i rrpr"s1 f-it iflc r-rificiplo U tnot. 1m bare l.nA fur. of praH Ira!
S w lJ, ';f,'1 -"HI a! at.d la-.t. U. it Ibe ...I, tt.rrh
il- reubUneeiajoriouatolinr3andcBlwntJeenlialiif nudr.
For sale by alt wholesale and retail grocers.
laMMSHI needs a rellael. a-mtfcl. terntatiac anedMiM. Oal -1
tkai.anMdr.(aaheidaaaM. if fea waanke M
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pillo
TWr arenraaat.eafe are eartala t remit. Tbrmtae(Dr. -.. ---
natai. oi mnjwmmn, njm. unn - M"nwss 1 tTeTalanS. U.
For salo by A. J. Belts, Dragglst. Bock Islstd. IlL
JOB r. FAKIDOr.
SB ST aVt rsatlBXMj
Painters and Decoratoro
PAPX2 BAXaXSS. CALCCCnSZES, tta
Shrvp 410 Srveateeoth ttreel.
'rwwpy J,, i rem rrrrSnTSnSf . I
hair ribbons, all
Big purchase of fancy silk ribbons,
No. 40 and 60 worth 0 fl a
up to 50o a yard (
50 pieces fancy
Colored silk velvet ribbons all the
rage for belts A n i n
per yard xu v
We have just placed on sale a
large line of fancy sash ribbons
consisting of plaids and fancy
stripes, also plain taffetas at 25
per cent less than all competition.
$ Belts and Buckles.
i nis weeK we will place on sale
the largest line of fancy belts and
buckles to be found in this market
ranging in price from $2 50 down
to 8 cents.
1 gross pearl waist sets 2 cuff
Buttons, l collar button, ifin
3 waist buttons, I Ml
all for UJ
A better set with link cuff buttons,
i-uiiar Duitous, o waist
to match, for
The gold wire pins 3 in set dain
ty and cute, all 4 r A
rjer set XKlKJ
100 ladies' silk gloria umbrellas
Paragon frame Congo imported
nancies with sterling silver A 0 n
mountings, worth $ 1 .50 MAI
while thKff lanr Uw
(One to a customer.)
We have just received from an
eastern manufacturer a complete
line of gents' umbrellas in all the
latest novelties, artistic designed
handles. We quote a few prices:
26-inch twilled serge, natural J On
wood handles, steel tipped, a.Xl
a good 75c article for aVJV
23-inch gent's umbrella, natural
wood handles, steel rod fins, 0(1 a
twill serge top, would be A C
cheap at $1.15, choice VUJ
34-inch extra heavy made with
heavy wood handles nn
and rod, j UxP
B-mch serge umbrella, steel rod.
with covers and
23-inch gloria silk umbrellas, with
leather cover Paragon frame, steel
rod, tight roll with up-to- A rt
date handles, $2.25, for 1 S I
A full line cf baby carriatre.e T.o
strongest line we have ever shown
ranging from $3 93, 5.05. 660 7 50
126.96.36.199. 10.00. ll.OOttznn ir'nn
Purchasers and Visitors
Tea and Coffee served
1721A7234725 2d are,
YOUNG ft IcCOMBS
17211723,1725 SECOND AVENUE, ROCK ISLAND.
Tea mo J Coffee
WARning! WARning! WARning!
ir J- u'" UriCi S -yU take wa,minS in time yu wll pay more for goods than you should. Younrr &
McCombs higr stock is now complete m every dep't and they arc bound to have the lace curtain, millincrv
and suit trade of this vicinity. They now have the largest dress goods and trimminp trade aSS ScS
labor leader, Samuel Gompers, savs "Evervbodv xvante mnr, Th uyrJJ ...u .1 grc?1
H Wn0,?CtS 2 WantS $3-50, apd thc mM who has three million wants the cartt" and wc want
al I the trade .n our line and we are fighting hard to get it, but this matter will not be arbitrated and S
TcoC4tr bCentCrtamCdbyUS- War n PcsLring thc results which tve work nht
Cloak Dep't. 4"
Outer Garment Sale that
On account of numerous styles to select from and pries to
suit you. btartling.Suit, Jacket and Cape sale news. Some
thing that will interest you. Inimitable array of correct
"Toppy" coats zzA dressy capes.
Capes for Everybody,
Old and Young.
$4.25 for Misses' nobby
length cape Cf black
brocade satin. Bayadere
effects, double chiffon
ruche, long silk and
satin streamers at neck,
edged around bottom
with wide chiifon
cerise silk lined
Ladies Suits Are Qoinff Fast
K'J.n.!ieIecelv'? Wblc wU1 3 t 8.75 In blue
' v-n. wiwr-niiuc wooi vergo, iuu silk lined o m m
Jket andycuratylohtuna D
A $3.00 value dress
skirt for $1.75. Bay.
dere effect In greeo.
brown, blue f Ttf
shades, all I
a res: to U price from
VSz to 198. All the
latent shade t atylca.
Rnnnthe (rirls tnonr
A $1.(30 value dress
skirt at 98c. New
spring shades, also
" Ladies' Jackets ranging
in price from $2.98 to
w. , , , - .. 9.88. Our new creana
buckskin shade, full Hghtr tripe 6ilk lined, An ckct
the coat for most dressy taste y jij
are the proper rjuar
antee for your winter
garments. We hare
them for sale.
A F7T GUARANTEED ON EVERY GARMENT BOUGHT OF US. WE EMPLOY A NUMBER
Garden Tools, etc.
Nowistho time for tho garden
We have a full line of garden tools
which we offer below value.
Garden rakes, lawn rakes, hoes,'
spading for.ts, Spaden lawn mow
Curtain stretchers, 9Bc.
Children's 3-piece garden set 83.
Trowels, ladies' florel sets, carpet
beaters, tack hammers, sten lad.
ders. paint brush. Pair.ts, enamel,
scrub brash, window brashes,
wall paper, wall paper cleaner,
rr-Jrdsn bocs, oil stoves, casolme
staves, gas stoves. .
TAILOR FOR REFITTING
Crockery Dept Tumblers.
We have just opened in this department 50 barrels of fine
ral?.' glasses, lemonade glass, wine glasses and hotel glassware
of all kinds end will place them on sale at once at prices that are
lower than ever before. Now is your time to lay la your stock
for the summer season.
Fine flint tumblers, plain at 2s
Fine flint tumblers, fluted at 3c
Lemonade glasses, large at 5c
Ice tea tumblers, large at 5c.
We ha ve over 200 different style glasses, all at the lowest
Fine flint tumblers, tine line, 2)c
Wine glasses, with stem at 6c
Hotel goblets, large at 4o
Our first season and psople seem
to be hungry for a change. Wears
giving them the long felt want.
Beautiful hat neatly trimmed -not
overloaded which is both pleas,
ing to the eye and the pocketbook.
Trimmed Hats, best workman
ship 63c $1.17 $1.35 $1 69-$l 87
-92X30 $2.2S-$3.O0 l3.25-t3.-60
$3.75 $450 $5.10 $6.00
White Goods and
AU linen table damask, hall
bleached, always 35c a
yard, this sale
63-inch half bleached dam- ton I.
ask table linen, cheap at .1 1 2P.
50c a rard. loT W I l
68 bleached table linen,
new patterns, worth up to
$1 a yard, choice, per yd...,
German damask plaid nap
kins, always B5c a dozen,
lor this sale
24-inch all-linen satin dam- inn
ask napkins, always $2.75 1 MX
a dozen. This week
15-lnch all linen r A
1 lot of lancy satin damask towels,
fringed, assorted colors, 4 C a
borders, worth up to 1 r.
25c, choice 1UU
1 lot fine hemstitched huck towels
white and colored borders, (AA
some with fringe, cbesp 1 1 If
at 15c, choice vw
India linens, checked and striped
nainsooks, yard wide white
lawns, worth up to 12,4c,
New spring wash goods,
leppctts and tambone
patterns, worth up to 15c,
Lace stripe tambone wash
for this sale, per yard
Gents' Furnishing Dep't.
We have an up-to-date cents'
furnishing dep't. with an experi
enced up-to-date gentleman at the
nead of it The following are hia
bargains U they hold out a week.
Uulaundered shirts we have the
high grade to offer which ere cruar-
acteed in every 0AA ifn HZn
particular as to jwr ilMi: fjr
wear and fit... v iyw ,ww
Ptrat la mV f a number one mnatln arttn
all-Uoen w-t-ln h-,n. uauall acUa lur Mm.;
we ran tnrm in tola ile. ntc
moend 1 made from mitt, fin mualln itk
ei'.rt brtrr llarn txxw.ni. r-lg1iiror4 back
and froat. worts c; f la lhl ale at K.
Ttilrfl l tfe r-lfiratet iartin4 tirand.
with patrtit cuoblao T"t ixk band, opra
front and nade f tba Bneat tnaUrtal, tr
ln(rr-d atatd liallda. cacao at II: an la Ibla
ic at 7bu
II 6wn tlrt rrade UendrrH talrt wtlca la
a irfapte rHilh-r at tin and wbk b arc
ll wrt ld frmi '. window. "P.
wLtca we are so( " rna cmt a Jk
SaW LeMSaral ul Ncfflrec 5blrta.
Good prrrale atitru. stucbed collar Sod ra ffa
ttit aaie lor 40b
Pt rcxle afetrta la all Utrot extlgn and Se
Mrna. attacltc4 cuBa. worth 7k. FA.
tbia aale M D Ok
Silk atrlnrd tnadraa atlrL.
wuru II to, uua aal
down to aetrrt frm In trk. tmwa and
clatw. all th ttt lau-xt c'lonnKaod ntrlM
-a II fx nwt booaea st Mc lor.