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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Morley's Plan of Solving the
WHS MAKE A ESAECH FOE FACTS.
Thirssdat. September 29 192
HELPS UNCLE SAM.
for. an! ...ii :!. j.r!iimt-r will not m--t
in 1'i.ris. ii.ti t!.t- v of ;hr ?;ird are
to 1 l.iM. in M.-.rch D-xt. The arbi
trators on ll..- rt of Kn:!.-in! Lave ai-ii
Mi;o-infi to lf:e !-jjirt merit of ftale by
Mr. ir!-rt. "t-n tar of ti.e British
J Sir Julian I'auriCi '. U . They arx? Iinrf-n
1 ilnitco. oi.e ".f the li.nls f f h;.! ;-.tl ia .nii-
Russia's Seizure of Vessels in
REVIEW OF THE CELEBRATED CASE.
ftal oflhe Claim of the t'nlteri State Ke
rmlled The t'.dlet f Oar Aleanl-r I
mrtl the sotiearnt Treaties Wtiirh Ku
ia Ierlinel to Kiteml rt.it rat ion Pre
lim inarie Well .ltaneel. hut an Kxten
ftfon of Time Irohahte New Testimony
Obtained a to Seal I. if.-.
WAMiiVt.Tox, Si-jit. tTjfiitlt connect
ed with the preparation of the csm; for the
tTnitwI States lwfore the IVhrin a arl.i-trat-c
are not a little tn-ati?:el hy the
fcction of the liusian a;thoi-itie in seiz
ing Kntrlish or Canadian wa!-rs in lieh
rintt -. recjfnizinef that it w i'.l lie of mat-rial
a.-Hi.tanc in sustaining the claim of
thel'iiitnl Statex which are 1f-rived from
Russia through the sale of Alaska. hefore
the larl of arbitrators. However fcTt-atly
it may mha.rr&M or annoy the Canadians
there is no apprehension h-re that serious
conipiirationsjbetween Etitland and Kussia
will ensue. It will be of interest in this
connection at this time to briefly recall the
basis of the claims made by the United
Ftates. and which are in question before
the !ard of arbitration ancl which also,
acrordiriff to a dispatch frr.rn Ottawa, the
Canadian authorities believe Russia is
lendinij her aid to establish before that
Kdlrt of Alexander T.
On Si-pt. 4, lsl, his Imperial Majesty
Alexander I sent to the direct hist as'int of
Russia an edict setting forth that -observing,
from reports submitted to us that the
trade of our subjects on the Aleutian is
lands and on the northwest coast of Ameri
ca, appertaininc; unto Russia, is subject,
l-ecause of secret and illicit traffic, to
t'Ppression and imfxnlimerits; and finding
thnt the principal cause of these difficulties
Is the want of the rules establishing the
boundaries for navigation along these
roantA and the order of naval communica
tion, as well in these p!aes as on the w hole
of the eastern coast of Sileria and the
Kurile islands, we have deemed it necessary
to deteritiine these communications by
psifir n-tfulations, which are hereto
Ilussia'a lOO-Mlle If-gulatlon.
The rules pr.;xfso.l rwul jis follows:
"Section 1. The pursuits of commerce,
whalinir, and fisfjintr. anl of all other in
Siiwtry, on all islands, ports, and gulfs, in
llutiing the whole of the northwest coast of
America, beginning from lichring strait
to the fifty-first degree of northern latitude;
also from t he Aleutian islands to the ast
rn O'Jist of .Siberia, ns well as alonii the
Kurile islands from lichring strait to the
ViUf h cafie of the Inland of l"rup. viz: to
l. dejrtts-s M minutes, northern latitude,
ire exclusively granted to Russian sub
"Sec. 2. It is therefore prohibited to all
foreign vessels not only to land on the coasts
and islands belonging to Russia, as stated
nliovc. but J.lso to approach them within
less than a huni!n-l Italian miles. The
transgressor's vess-l is subject to confisca
tion along with the whole cargo."
fixed Thing I'p for Ten Y-n.
Exception w-ere made in favtir of vessi-ls
in distress and vessels of friendly nations
txund only on voyages of discovery. The
edict v. as oruered published by the senate
on Sept. 7, 1"21. Then ensued a long di
plomatic correspondence lctwoen Russia
and the United Stat-s, resulting in l-4 in
the ratification of a treaty by the terms of
which the two government agreed, the
United State-" to form no establishment on
the northwest coast of America north of
64 degree 40 minutes, ami Russia to form
none south o that point. For a period of
ten yer rs vessels of the two nat ions were
gi-en the right to visit the establishments
of each other's country to trade and fish.
Simi)? r arrnrgernciits were mad between
Ruwiia and l-ngiaiid.
. f rule a iyort of Quit Claim Deed.
At the end of the ten years Count Nessel
rotle, Russian minister of foreign affairs,
refused to extend the period of reciprocal
right to fish ancl trade, and thus matters
txd until l(7,when Alaska was conveyed
under treaty by Russia to the United
.States. Ry the terms of that instrument
the emperor of Russia agreed to cede to
the Unite1 States "all the territory and do
minion now rHissestted by his said majesty
on the con tinent of America and in the 1
jacent islands. ' The wssion hereby made
convey all t'ne rights, franchises and priv
ilege now iM-lotiging to Russia in the said
territory or dominion and appurtenancea
PRELIMINARY TO ARBITRATION.
Original Case In the Hands of the "Hlch
Court" Kxtenslon .f Time Prohahle.
The prKreedings preliminary to the raift
ing of the board of arbitration are going
forward as rapidly as is practicable by the
terms of the treaty under which the arbi
tration is to take place. The or'ginal case
prepared by each party was delivered to the
arbitrators and to the agent of the other
arty on the 7th inst., and the counsel of
the two government have Ix-en in consul
tation upon the documents furnished by
their adversary, in the capitals of the two
countries. Tbev are now engaged in pre
paring the counter cases, which, with the
additional evidence to sustain the same,
must Ik? exchanged by the 7th of December
unless an extension, which may be of sixty
days' duratJm, is applied for by either
party within the next week.
Knglish Side of tlie Court.
Although there has been no official state
ment made of the fact, it is believed in of
ficial circles ihat theextnsion will be asked
-joi.n ii. Thon.-ps-n. K. C. M.
minster " ' j.:-t:--e ai.d attorr.ey t'eueral
of l'ana.:;i. Mr. 'harl-s Tupper, Canwlian
! n.ir.i-T r of !,:.ir.r::- ai.I C-Lcnw-, is the
j ngent in char.-e of the case of lireat Uri
' -tin 1 fore tl.e arbitrarors. ar.d the counl
t ire t!.;- I.tlomev gei.erf.l of Kl.iilali-l.
ill. M. I'", or Eiverjx.,1, and C. Uolj-
I .nsoii, Q. C. of C.tr!!.;.i.
( Te&tinnny ffr l'n-le Sam.
' Addit -oi.al ! ;.i..oi;y m-uit.! by S-cre-;
ti.ry .f State i uMt r. nent In charge of the
i -, i.f the Uliited States, wtdcll Was. not
liable to ti;i- ik-i.riiig -t agents of
the two count ": s at their m.-:'.u in ash
i..gr.:i la-t winter, g's-s to sii-t.iin the cot.-t-i
lion n.ade by the United Stat-s that
t.i- p aching ht the liel.rir.g sea is rvsjx.-u.j-
r.le for the falling off of the n.imlx-r "f
s als. A. Alexander, who visited the seal
i-!.'ind this summer on the tish ctmmis
hioner' tnis; AH!trss. says that -s-als
do not br.l in the winter, as the Cana
('.iitis avrt, but in the rookeries, as the
American erjxTts claim. The poachers
are responsible for the fearful falling off in
the sealing. Their claim that the seals
have niigrat.-d el-ew here won't stand, as
theCorwin, Rush and Alluitross havemale
careful search for new grounds without
EVERYTHING IS COLUVBUS.
liven tieortre ahington Must staml Aside
In Oaadro- entennial Times.
WashinoToN, S-pt. 29. From and after
the 1st of January next tbe familiar face of
(leorge Washington will in all prolwtbility
ilisapjx-ar from the 2-cent pjtage .stamps,
and some illustrative picture of Columbus
and his discovery of America will take its
place. I'ostma-ter General Wanamaker
Tuesilay signal a contract with the Amer
ican Hank Note company, of New York, for
the pr'xiuctionof the new Coiimbian series,
of p .stage stamps. Th dernniinations of
the nevi issue have not all been definitely
decided upon, but probably the new stamps
will embrace all the present denominations
and js-rhajis some others. In size the new
stamjis will be the same length as those
now in use. but much broader at least
double the pr -.:: t width.
S,;me of the I!-turrs.
A feu-of the illustrations have x-en d
termitiel ujM.ti. They are the 'Discovery
of America by Christopher Columbus
First Sight of IjiihI:" "Columbus' Fleet at
Sa." from Revista de It Marina: -Itml-i.'!g
of Columbus," after the Verder Jlyn
paintii:g in the Ui,itsl States Capitol;
-Columbus Asking Aid of Jihst. Ialx-lia:"'
"T!.e Santa Maria. Columbus' Flagship."
;;fter A If nil llarriz: "Columbiis Reciting
the Story of His Discovery to Ferdinand
tind Isalx-lla )n His Return From His
I'ip-t Voyage." (lie of the denominations
will present Columbus' picture, but which
picture of t'e many conflicting ones anil
.-hut denomination of stamp will lx- the
Columbus stamp, are matters still to Ix;
PHENOMENAL NANCY HANKS.
Little Mure Ioe a Mile at Terre
Haute in 2:OI.
Tf:r:r:K II a ttk, Ind., S-pt. 2f. Xancy
Hanks has lit inguished herself again.
Ten thousjind people yesterday saw her do
the mile in the remarkable time of 2:4 on
a regulation track, and after it was done
1'udd Doble -nt a telegram to lionner,
owner of Maud S.. announcing the fact as
a gi title hint that Hudd was waiting to re
ceive the check for fc.Vl'iO ofTenil by Itonner
to the first Lorse that did the mile in
The Ilace Hy Quarters
Xancy tixik two spins of a mile each to
warm her up, easy going for her 2:15 and
2:2." -arly in the afternoon. When she
came on for the trial Abe Lincoln, the run
ner, stxsl ready as a pacemaker. Doble
nodded for the won! and as the mare
J passed t he firstiuartcr the time was 0:30;
.half, le?i; thre-quarters, l::f.'H'. Then
I there was a burst of sxd that took the
! crowd's breath away. She was touched
'gently with the whip anil shot under the
wire in 2:04, beating the record for either
trot of pace.
Montbars also broke the record for 3-year-Old
stallions, goiDg the mile in 2:11.
WAS A RAGING CONFLAGRATION.
rire Sweep Away lit Hullding a
Los of 100,000.
Des Moines, Se pt. 29. The entire busi
ness portion of the coal mining town of
Runnc.lls, twelve miles south of here,
burned yesterday afternoon. One hundred
and eighteen buildings were destroyed.
The heaviest losers were McKinney & Sons,
building and general mercandise, $5,000; P.
W. Brown, building and general merchan
dise, $12,000; J. G. lVrson, groceries, $3,000.
The other losses were all smaller, but the
aggregate will le about $100,000, with $30,
Only a Question of Time.
Washington, Sept. .K Mrs. Harrison
continues to hold her ow n since her re
turn to the White House, but there has
been no improvement. One of her lungs
1 is so badly afTectcd that she is unable to
! breath through it at all. So far by reason
I of her wonderful constitution she has been
able to hold her own against the disease,
i but the struggle is such an unequal one
i th.'.t it is not to Ix expected that she can
j keep it up much lon.-ier. As n member of
t the White House family sadly expressed it
yesterday: "R ' -.v qtrction of time."
Strength of I he Sons of Temperance.
Xev.- Voi.K, Sept. 2.. At the ojM-nins of
the session of the n.-.iiona! division, Sons of
Temperance, the profiling officer, on In-half
of the committee of the grand division of
eastern Xew York, congratulated the order
npon tbe excel'nsit arrungenuiits pn-jmred
for this, their' jublilee meeting. Tint repc-t
of the secr.'tary showed a prest nt membec
fchip i:i the order of ti7,703 and a total tram
1t of branches and divisons in operation in
Xorth America oj 1401.
A Com-tiis-ion That Will Hear lloth Land
lortl and Tenant and What the Liberals
Kijsrt It to IS.-ir.s to I.lht Itoth Irish
I'ltel ioi. I'liseJ with the Idea, hat In
clined to Hasten Parliament Iteduiomt
Announces the Parnellite I'ltlmatom.
I-NIx.n, S ;t. 00. The Irish question has
come to the ;.nnt again, now that the cliol
era epidei:ic has l.,st its novelty. Chief
Secretary for Ireland Morley is out in a let
ter to the Irish Xationalists announcing as
jiart of the Gladstone policy the intended
appointment of a commission to inquire
into theeasis of evicted tenants from the
beginning of the land agitation to the pres
ent day. The Gladstone theory is that the
report of the commission cannot fail to sup
ply a strong case to justify prompt and
vigorous legislation in parliament which
could not be had so well without it.
KTerybixty Will Testify.
Landlords, at well as tenant, will, of
course. Ix- summoned to testify ix-fore the
Commission and a strong light will thus be
thrown on the original cause of the evic
tions. This will place on record the fact
that there is a landlords' organization aa
well as a tenants' one, and that if the lat
ter is hacked by Irish-American money the
latter is just as strongly supported by Eng
lish capital. Another feature of the report
w iil be a vigorous presentation of the fact
that ail the machinery of the law by which
land cases are tried and eviction writs are
i-.ued is in the hands practically of the
laud lop Is.
Tenants Oemand Kecopolt ion.
Still another feature which will be en
larged ujxn is that the same machinery
has collected the reports upon which the
Conservative parliament has acted. The
secretary of the Evicted Tenants' associa
tion declares that, although it is apparent
to the tenants that Morley has resolved to
have a commission of inquiry regarding
their condition only in order to gain time,
yet, as the commission i.a-i lx-en resolved
upon, and is to he forced upon the evicted
tenants whether they like it or not, they
demand to Ix? represented on the commis
sion. W'elsmed by Hoth Factions.
The two Irish factions really welcome
tin-news of Morley's determinat fon, but
neither can resist the opportunity of using
it as a club to give theiropjx;.eiits a whack
on the head. The Independ I'anielli'e)
hails with pleasure the projH s.il ajijxiiLit
ment of the commission. 'I lie pajx-r adds:
"We cannot help saying that Mr. Morley
has made out a case for an autumn session
of parliament for immediate legislation
more than for a commission of inquiry,
w hich has lx-come in In I i:td a euphemism
for shelving the question."
THE DEMANDS OF IRELAND.
Aft Outlined by the l-:iler of tti
I)VTx:, Sept. 20. John Redmond has a
long artii le in the Octoix-r nuir.lx-r of The
Nineteenth Century concerning the p.i'cy
of the present government towanl Ireland.
In it he urges Gladstone to disclose the de
tails of his home rule bill. Afti r express
ing doubts as to the practicability if retain
ing Irish rcjiresetitation at Westminster,
he summarizes thus the I'amclliu- view of
Iivland's pres-nt attitude: "We do not ask
for a repeal the union: we ask for a read
justment of the union. We do not ask that
Grattan's parliament be restored. We are
willir.g to accept a statutory parliament
with an executive answerable to it, leaving
untouched the supremacy of the imperial
parliament, save only so far as by parlia
mentary compact that parliament shall
hind itself to leave the supremt control of
certain Irish affairs in the hads of the Irish
IjiimI Is the I'ith i.fthe Matter.
Certain subji-cts touching imperial cou
ems and others touching questions of ri
ligious lilx rty may !k- n-servel from the
Irish legislat ure, " ut the full and sole con
trol of all Irish questions must not Ix-so
reserved, but must Ik- vested in that legis
lature,including jire-eminently questions of
jxdice, judiciary and land. These are vital
jKirtions of Ireland's demand. The other
matters are fair subjects for accommoda
tion, arrangement and compromise. The
vital matters cannot lx- compromisnl. I
am convinced that it would Ix- Ixtter for
Ireland to wait another generation than to
accept any scheme not containing within
itself the elements of true tinalitv."
THE VERY LATEST.
New Yohk, S-p'. 29 At qavamice
tds morntog? 1! itrnTgratst fr m the
Scodia'eietrn5ferrer o E !i Isli.r
Tnere hae been no castB of caoier iu
t-i3Cttj since the 19 b.
Ttarke Joe I'p.
Chicago. Set. 29 Burke tbe notori
ous bat mm was eenUrLced tMs morctog
to JoMet for s'x years
Peck Appears to He Missing.
Albant. S-pt 29. ?n tLe p-.iice court
this morning C.5mmi85ii ner Peck aod Lis
stenographer ffci.ed to stpear when cse
wit called at 10 a m.
The t'.ernian Itoman ('atholic.
Nkw ai:k, N. J., S-pt. 29. The German
Roman Catholic congress held its last
meeting yesterday. Resolutions were
adopted demanding restoration of the
jhijx-'s temporal jxwcr and full lilwrty of
pan-nts to educate their children in wme
chial schxls; irotsting against "curtail
ing our lilx-rty to use our mother tongue,"
at the same time fully understanding the
imjxrtance of English. The Cahensiy
resolution expresses sympathy with Ca
hensly and says he has Ixjen maligned, as
his idea had nothing political about it.
Ha Wouldn't Turn Informer.
Chicago, S-pt. 29. Albert M. Day, of the
firm of Counselman & Dny, has been sus
pended for thirty days by the board of di
rectors of the board of trade in its attempt
to stop privilege trading. The directors do
not cl.-o., for a moment that Mr. Day has
been i,ilty of the offense against the rules
and regulations, but they suspend him ixv
cause he will not be guilty of a breach of
faith and divulge the name of the man w ho
told him there was privilege trading.
Statement of the C, 11. and Q.
Boston, Sept. 21). The Chicago, Burling
ton and Quincy statement, including con
trolled roads, shows gross earning $3,720,
l.'i; increase, $o53..'fiS; net earnings after
exjx-nses ami charges, iCjfil,2TM; increase,
$ll.itl4. For eight months Gross, $23, 171, -172;
increase, 4,47S.2."0; net alter exjx-nses
and charges, .l.i.'2,ur2; increase, $."i20,935.
MAIssonrl Itriile of Twelve Yean.
Ski.-'iLia, Mo., Ss pt. 2;. P alalia furnished
a bride only tigel 12 years., ts.er 7ay,the child
lx.-ing Katie Gammon, who married to
Melville Drown, a laborer, aged 22. The
fatWuf tl:r bride is in the nenitent iar'"
and the mother readily gave her consent iu ',
her daughter's marriage. I
Most Xvel hut Fatal tiecident.
Lima, O., Sept. 29. J. Iliaes, a farmer
living e.tst of town, was splitting a board
in two yesterday when a wire w hich was
under it flew up and struck him in the eye,
penetrating the brain. He was carried
into the house where he died in fifteen minutes,
The complete ticket placed in nomina
tion by the Massachusetts Democrats is aa
follows: Governor. Williani E. Russell;
lieutenant governor. James B. Carroll;
secretary of state. Charles S. Hamlin: treas
urer and receiver general, James S. Grin
nell; auditor Irving B., Sayles: attorney
general Charles F. Lilly.
Fred Wittnxk. otherwise known as "Jim
dimming, " who overpowered Messenger
Fotheringham and roblx-d the Wells-Farvo
express on the Iron Mountain road six
years ago, has lx-en released from the Mis
vuri penitentiary, having completed his
Paderewski. the pianit, is seriously ill of
rheumatic fever at Paris, and his engage
ments have been canceled.
Mme. Camilla Uro. the violinist, suffered
an injury to her wrist by lx-ing run upon
by a bicycler, that will disable her for
The w halelvick steamer Wet more, ashore
on the Oregon coast, will prove a total loss.
A receiver has lx-en asked for the Xew
York Life and Reserve association at Xew
York. A deficit of $110,010 has lx?en dis
covered. Ex-Judge Theodore W. Barnett, of Indi
ana, died in Xew York of apoplexy, aged
The funeral of P. S. Gilmore. which took
place in Xew York, was attended by an im
mense concourse of friends and admirers of
the famous bandmaster.
It is intimated from French sources that
th- Dahomeans were supplied with arms
from Germany to use in their battles with
the French troops.
Obituary: At Xew York, W. M. Rich
ards, president of the Fidelity and Casualty
company; at Rochelle, X. Y., Thomas B.
Kingsland. formerly publisher of the New
York Evening Express, aged 5: at War
saw. I!N., Mrs. Margaret W. Aldrich. wid
ow of the founder of that city, aged st; at
Peoria. Ills., Joseph Elder. aged 71: at Mill
sta It. Ills.. J. V. Veille: at Pearsall. Tex.,
C. T. Cannon, ex-sheriff of St. Clair coun
ty. Lis.: at Shelsiygan, Wis.. Dr. George
Oblc: Jit Seymour. Wis., R. W. Young; at
Tnivers- City, Mich., J. E. Grellick: at
Garden City, Minn., Major E. Evans,
St-:7en Zecha. living at St. Elmo. Minn.,
murdered his sweet heart. Mary Mendlick.of
whom he was jealous, and then killed him
self. .r. .rwsi-,T r.T . .it r)f iinc Ti'lTt TMi-
........ -. .... ....
noiu tistfit V. Hiif-Htf Smith ilk'-m 'l: '
Fifth Wisconsin, M. Andier ( People's1!;
Second Michigan, J. S. (iorman (Dem.);
Second Alalama. J. F. Stahling (Item. ;
Thinl Ixitiisiana. C. B. Darrell (D-m.);
Fourth Virginia. Samuel Y. Gilliam (Rep. :
Tenth Massarhiisetta, W. S.McXary l')em.;
First Connecticut, Lewis SjxTry (Dem.)
At Paterson. X. J., Frederick Mellea
burg ruurdered his wife, woundeil his
daughter and then committal suicide.
Fire at the Singer machine factory at
Elizalx-thport, X. J., caused a loss of
Freight Rates To Ie Advanced.
?T. Loris. Sept. 2tt. On Oct. 10 the Cen
tral Traffic'association will'makean advance
in rat-s to Xew York from Chicago and
St. 1 uis as follows: On live hogs and
p;icking house products. 30 cents fnmi Chi
cago, S5 cents from St. Iuis; on grain and
grain products. 2-" cents from Chicago and
tr.t cents from St. Ixmis.
rrichtfnlly ratal Lightning flash
Ottawa, Kan.. Sept. 21. The residence
of Samuel Adkiuson, near Telcup, was
struck by lightning tluring the terrific
storm Tuesday night, and Mr. and Mrs.
Adkir.son at.d their two children, one 4
vears ami the other 7 months, were killed.
The house was burned to the ground-
C.lvccrinc Works Itinun tp.
LIMA, O., Sept. 2.'. The factory of the
Rxk Glycerine company expl.xlcl yester
day, wrecking the works. Fortunately no
one was injured.
An imitatio?i cf Mature
that's the result you wr.nt
to reach. With Dr. Pierces
Pleasant Pellets, you have it.
They cleanse and renovate the
whole system naturally. That
means that they do it thor
oughly, but mildly. They're
the smallest in size, but the
most effective sugar- coated,
easiest to take. Sick Head
ache, Bilious Headache, Con
stipation, Indigestion, Eiiioui
Attacks, and all deraivcjernen.V
of the Liver, Stomach and
Bowels are prevented, relieved,
and cured. Purely vegetable,
perfectly harmless, and gently
laxative, or an active cathar
tic, according to size cf dose.
As a Liver Pill, they've been
imitated, but never equaled.
Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
"7Z I bot'
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county cf tie
Fistrios arid Orari,
WEBER, STUYVESANT, DECKEIl BHOb., WHEEL K.
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAli
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
iWi fcl' 1!e !o of mall Mnical :rvhanJie. We have in onr emticj r:-ciaf? F-irc T-r.v
At never before heard of prices
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT'S,
1809 and 1811 Second Avenue.
1822 Second Avenue.
Sole Agents for
J. rf . Fiickenger's
Now is the time to place your order with us
for future delivery. These goods are the finest
in the markvt. They have no equal. Sold in
any quantity by
We will occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will be known as the
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECK.RITZ, Pharmacist.
The Bee Hive not only
shows the largest and
best bought stock of
cloaks and millinery in the
tri-cities, but can and does
offer bargains in each de
partment calculated to
paralyze competition, open
the eyes of every wide
awake" cash buyer, and
prove to all that the Bee
hive is "second to none"
in stock, styles or low
Your self-interest leads
you to the
114 West Second 3 u-t-t, Dtvcnpor.