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STEWART
GUARANTEED
H EATERS
Why experiment with others when "STEWART" Stoves and
Ranges are warranted by the manufacturers and by us.
We are showing an unusually large assortment of Surface
and Base Burners and you will find just the stove you want.
RAABE MAUGER
115-117 North First Street
lit iln nt llerxng Hlrii'k out Itv
iiiimi, i, to o Urn n, :i Time
1'inp M t jiiiiii'. j: v .i tin, in ,
Klilii. Ilfllt Ill-Ill, IllKler, lift
l ImiK'iIIIi
M..t
iti:m 'i;i .x'rrii.vnA.vt'K
OUT TO THIIlD fiAMI?
nv. . I'. irk, I :( i.n, Mihk, oi l.
10. Twenty thinlMitiil ttpcclulnrM
priMuil tlin.unli Hi' turiiNilli'H of Fen
way I'mk lmlii to Willi Ii Ii Itut-.tun
Atinrliiiii liuguc i-liiiniiliiliH cngiign
In tin- tlilnl t-oiiii'M Willi tlin Ni'W
:'iirk .S'liilotmlM tor tin- world's chum-plnm-hlp.
All llllHtoh pllltdl'll In C.ltlll 1 1 m
iirith. A ri'itciliin rrmn Un- x litnift
liiK excitement ol ii hti filuy'n eleven
Inning mi'ukkIc wii'i Inevitable, till
I li-il h'"X owners wild, ntiil pi'lnti-il to
niiiiiy. i-nipl. MiitH In tin' niiirii-l 1
'IYiihIk iih un evidence of thin n-iii'tliiti.
Th pliivlng of it garni today In-ff'-iul
of toinurriiw miuii' It IniiMiHfi
lill' for liiiiiilri iIh, unable t udjuM
Itinlr IniNini'M engagements on Hinii
short . tiotlri', in iitti'iiii. Tin- re-
urviid HfuH wi-ri- wull fllli'il. Komi
nrili'iil Iiiiih wnlti'il up all iiIkIU foi
th Kiiti'H lo opi'ii. A wiirm htm nnil
iiSKi'iitli- iiiiillii-rly liri'i-xn nl noun iIIn-piilU-il
tin- flotnlH Hun hnil tliroiiti'iii'il
lulu nil (hi' mornliiK. 'I'lin Mimrl
MfowcrH ilurlim ih nlKlit IimI llitli
iirf-tt on Mm Inflclil.
"o'llrlfii it ml t'ltrrlRiin for Ilnnion.
nnil Alu niuiiril nnil Mi-yi'tH for Sw
Tfjirk wi n- Un- tiholii' for toiliiy'w ImiI
Ivrh'H. m
Tin DoMiotiH ui
fluid for ImtUiiu .
ssdr'i-
ll.i'
i .
flrtt on tin
Tin- iMImiiU
-rrr-
4 4 44-
1
Economy I
iBlushes
4
For
the
Tape-
Measure
Suit
No matter what you
pay, you pay too
muoh. Why will
men take their
clothes on trust when
they can sec what
they are contracting
tor, on them, in u z
mirror, all made -and
ready?
And made by suoli
great tailor experts
as Btein-Bloch. You
run no chances here.
Stein-Bloch label is
a 'golden seal in the
clothing world.
Try on a suit before
pur mirrors today.
Suits.... $18 to 30
Overcoats 15 to $.30
Atonoy Knox Hats.
v
4 .
$4 and 5, i a...
ii
P j H I t H 1 1 1 1 1 frf ttttttt-
hi
M 1 Lr WL
' HUH
i..
miuii after tin
All!' I 1 1 -ill t! ' I
I:, i..ii - Mi. i i. 'I iil.iw ii "I li'itli
It .MM-' - i .I'l II Ul'il Hi' " 'IO
Kiimliir- h.ii' ii"' niiiv In ipi' ri"
-iiIm nl .-l.f'l.u'n III', lull III I III)
lii'Xl thrii- Khiim-h (in well, wlilrll, in
cluillllf: tin- N-w Vork Kiiini' mil
'I'lU'Hiliiy, would mitkf ft' K.iiii in
all, i. i'ii Miniii') l mi'iiil.i r- "i Un
niltloiiiil ' i ilo m I hi loll . Hi i-rii" I ' Jullli
llfyilli-r m.i il Hint On- plnw- uoiiPl
Hliuri' oiii. in tin- flrM four c.-ni'M of
till' m-rli'M unit thut yi'Hli-i'l.n 'i 'oli
ti'xt, tlmiiKli a Hi, inilil i mint ill
rnn of tin- ri'Kuliu euiiff A tuli to
COVlT till' IIIHHtlilll ol III K'H'lI'M waH
ilritllt'il miiiiii' tlmi' tiK
III IMinllulHMlllll.
'I'hu liiitlliiK ordi-r:
lliiclon
i' in- nitllon-
N-w
Vtirk
Uuvori!
. Unyli)
Itoopi'r .
Yi'llu'H .
Hp'-akfr .
1.1'H In . .
HMhl ...
(Inrilmr
r.H i imiiii
rf .
ii
. . . . if HliinlHnirM
. . . . If Nurrary
.. IP Mt-rklc
. . . . :ili lllTKOK
, . . , Mi-ycm
.h Kli'ti'ln-r
i ,turi un I'd
Miriil'K Hi-rli'M Kmni'H thin
W.ikii r
i' inn ii
Tin- In
i. it li.iw
i nil iiiw total ri'conlH. Al-ilii-
iiiti'iiilanct' at tlio kiiiii'
Vork fill t:i,iH)0 Hhort of tin'
lii'UKli
ill Si w
iKun k lor limt ycat'H opi'iiliiK K'liu1'
n tin- muni' iiy, Un- total for tin'
'Ml' K.IIIII'M Of till' prt'HI'lll lll'lll'H IX
f,3ll ki utiT tluin fur liint yi'.ir'x
'll.t two innliKtH. (.nut yi'iir i 7 , T. 7
lii'ixiiiiH nun tin- 1 1 rut two Kumi'H.
It uiim iitiiioiinii'il Hint tin' IiiHIitIim
lor Ni'W Vork woulil In' .Mi 1 1 lia il
inil Mi-m in; lor lliituii, O'llrli'ii mnl
I'arilKiio. I'uiplii' I:iiiih ni'iit In -
lilml lln- Inil; Kiiiii mi ! the lniH'
Ici.'IhIuiim: inuii-r uint to rlKln fii-lil.
-mil i I'l.iiuulitlii wi'iii in li'fi fli'lil.
Tin- Kt .-ii I liulk ol Hi.- rrowil I'limo
laic 'I'hi' "Iti.yal Itooli'rM," IimI by a
maun blind, pluyliiK "'IVhhIi'," Hi' bat-
III' HllllK "I Hll' fUlllllllH ItllHlllll-l'lttM-
iiuittii ci'ti' M ui i:mi;i, mn t in-il mi'iuhh
Hii- Mi lil mnl took tbi-lr hi'uih In t lu
ll ll ImIm Iii-IiI, nl lift flilil.
hi n tin- Ki ll Hux wi-nl out foi
lll'lil ltllllll'l Hill lllllllll I'lllll ft! IIH
Krii.ini-il v. In n they iiiiIIi i-iI Hint Tr''
in .iln-r, tin llokton bi'iivy liliii-r,
llmpiil pitiipllbly. Kli' iiln r n n ni In il
lllx .inlili kIIiIIiiu to flt'Hl bum' In III'
iblnl IiiiiIuk yi'MttTiliiy.
An ii iiiiiioi. bib uiih pr n-oti il to
spinier I'.r bi'liiK III' iiihnI v.ilmil'li
liliiwi nt IiIm li'itm ol mi, pl.isil In
'li- Ann tii .in U'llKlli'.
iih: .n: nv iNMNt.s.
t'llhl IlllllllU.
Ni Vuik Tim llrnl pilch uiih II
ImiI hi'Miro hIiikU'iI lo i-iit . i . nlti r
lur. Inn tlirci- IjiiIIh mid two Mllkrr
iiili-il mi lilm. io)li' illi-il to Hpnik
-i. II huh an atti'iiipt at lln- hll anil
run pluy. Dcvuri' uiih nut hIihIImk,
i arriuan lo Waunrr. iiivori' unn
Mtopprd hIx fi'vt fiiuii Hii' ) i.i m - Siiml'
miuhm out on a fl to Siinlii. ,Sn
ruiiM. tiiiu hll. No t-rroiH.
IIohIoii- Itoopi'i'. Un i to I'li-tilicr.
.Mariiiard had khoiI i d ".mil a iai
hri'iiklnK i nn i'. Vi-rUi'M out on
iilrll'.-. 'I'm' i iHHil i In ri'd Kpi-aki'r
hh hi r.niH in tin' piiiic, Hpi'iiki-r
out. Mnl. ii. Miikif No iiiiih, No
llltH Nil ri ol H.
Krioiid Innlnj;.
Nw Vork Muriiiy inudu a two
Imikc hit to HHht ri'iitor. Murkln hiii
rlflcurt mnl win out. irilrlen lo Hlubl
Murray titkltiK third. Murray xcori'it
on IlurxoK'u Hiirrilli'u fly lo lloopor,
whose throw to tin pinto mibnl to
Kuli'h Murray. Mi'Jith vwih out, third
nur to Htahl. Oiin run. nni' hit. No
iTrum.
Ilimton I.i-uIh hIiikIi'i! lo rinli'r
Manitiard trb-il In riilii l.i-ul off
flrnt mid tl roud crh'il bulk, but
It wan nol ulliiwi'd by thii iimiili
(lardiicr micrlflri'il, Hi rmiK to MiTklr,
l.uwU tiiklim ii'i iinil Sin bl wiim out
mi a hlKh fl to .Murray. WuKin'r
Hlriirk mil No r ii iih. nni' lilt. Nn
rjjirn.
Third IiiiiIiiu,
Ni'W York I'b trbir ualkfil; O'Hrl
in uiin iiimli'iiil) mid rould not run
tml IiIm iiiiiim bull. Slarnunnl gurrl
flci'd. O'llrlrn to Hluhl. Uevoru
funned. Doyli llni'd to Hluhl, u foot
elthrr way nnil It would huvo lu-cn
ii hit. No ruiiH, No ti Its. Nn iirror.
CarrlBun nciit up n Illicit foul wlihih
Moyor taught. O'lirlen utrttck nut.
lln wua unulilii to kuuku Murtiuard'n
rant ourviri. Iloopor almi itlruck out
unit tho crowd khvh Mithiuurd n nhtmr
ui ho went to the fllunlM' binch, Nn
ruin. No hid. Nn error.
Fourth Inning.
Now Ytirk HnodKruM nut, Yurkifi
tn Mttiltl. The crowd uuvo Murray a
uroat hund im ho riiiuu to tho plate.
Ho wua out. O'llrlon to Hluhl, on it
bunt, Merklo wua nnothur vlutlin via
(he (i'llrlen-Hluhl route O'Drlcn
fielding Merklu'a nuxxllnij. Krouudur
oloycrly. No runu. No lilta. No er
ror. Iloton Yerken poiipt'd to Kletch-
er, Tho crowd UushtnJ a thu Olunti'
nutflnldera baekiid but to thu fonee
IM $Vbt cu io Uo pl'itu Hpvuk
ALBUQUERQUE ZVUHUG HXX41D, THUX8DAY,
or singled to left. He rnn wild ft !
limp to first base. Tlio crowd kept
i hM.TlnK continuously ty.rn
mianik HnenKer witi forced
when Herzng took Lowls grounder
nnii thr-w to Doyle. Gardner filed
Murrm no runs, one lilt, .no
err"rn
ntih Inning.
N .. v..ru ID-rang put a hit for
). li.twi i In- loft field line.
Mi'V-rx win mil, o'Rrten to fltabl.
llcrxog taking third Ik-nog scored
on Fletcher's hIiikI" i right. Kletch
r stole .nl: t .irr.c.iri threw a lit
(If low. Mani'ionl walked s
O'Hrli-n became utifi'inly over tho
New York'n hllili.K. Ii'ii-iit bf-tcan
to warm up for - .Murquurd
auh forced nt tii W&gnor
took Devore'K liouti'l' r ,ii H'd it
i . Virion I'lctchcr I. r 1 on
In- ptll. Dl'M.t' . r (Mil.
liiwbcr wus held hi ilnnl I'oylu
wiih purpoxely pussed tn III'' ''''I 'hi1
Ihih-h were filled with two With
three Im II Mini two striken .Ud on
HitoilKiunii tin- orowd waf In i
ini'iil of I'Xolti'ini'tit. HnmiKr -
lo l.l'WlH llllll till Kllipi'tlMl' iMi '
' lioton. fine run. Two hit"
itroiH.
Mniloii- HIhIiI nliiKbd lo rlicln
Venn ii linnl ilrhi- mnl udi piioi
Di'M.r- who held the buttor on
i.r-
:i.'
It
,1 i.
flrni
Iiiim- Htabl wiih out utti'iniiiliiR
iiinl (.ii a fhnrt pur-ncil ball. .lutrn
miuii- a iliizlltiK oiii'-hundi'il catiii of
WuKtK i'h f.ly ufti-r .rut mlnJudKlin; it.
I'-arrlK'iu wont out, .Muritmrd to
M-rkl-. No run. hit. No T
turn
Slxlb IiiiiIiiu.
N. , t.-1' . Olil.i nib il
Murru ' i I.i- Mtit I
lln- pi. tii. .MulTiiy put ufi a blKb
lout which l.ful.s look after h huril
tun Merkltf wai u dtrlki- out I'1
inn llemiK wnH out. WuKwr to
Ktulil No ruiiH. Ni hit No rion.
Jloftoti .Mariunnl n thr'i
ntirn nvi-r the plaif mnl u'llrbm
ui'tit ii.uk to the lif-mii. a I'liin of
rltlkei. Moyle look Hoop"l' hlKh
fly nftir a hard run Into rls'bt field.
VerkeH put a hIiikIi over Hecond.
Kpeiiker put up a IiIkIi foul which
MeyiTH took. No runt. int hit. No
urrum.
Si'Miilli IiiiiIuk.
New York MeynrM Hlrtlfk out.
I''etcher vt .in thrown out, durdner
to Htahl. .Maniunnl'ii ffrwllvt tilnh
llIK uiih t'eoil.fd by the rrnwd
who KiiM' lillli a ureut tin ml iii lie
cutm up Muriimril wiim out when
Htabl took hlN Kroimd'T mid lowieil
It in 'Milieu. No ruiiH. No hllH. Nn
ertnl"
llohiiiii Kverybody koI up In the
"luckv ', 1'iith" and checti-il fur ne
eral mlitiit. m. I.i'wIh went out.
fbt'lnr I Mi-tkle. Murray look
Oanlllct'H ti.nl lIKlllll.-l Hie fl nee.
HI ! Ii I iloulih'il Into the bleiiclieiH. Hud
Hie bull K"lie I'll feel UlKlier II
w .mill linsi i li-urril the IiIkIi ti ni "
lor a boine tun .MeycrH Hiiveil Mur
ilinlil a ulbl pll'il by U Kteut rut' Ii
bebllld Hie illlti WllKlier Mill Up U
IiIkIi fly to lcuri No iiiiih. ni
hil No rruiM
IJIkIiIIi IiiiiIuk.
Ni w Vork linviiie nni a bit t"
h'JI hut liiitilln-1 H Ill-mi. limb'
filed to I.iuIh KiiuilHraHH ilui:li d "
hit, IteVole InillK held at m-i mnl.
.Murray Hied to I.i-wIm. HnodxruHH
win forced at at eolul ulnli Wuliliii
lookl Mnrkle'H Kroiniiler mnl tin '..
lo Yvrki.'i- No rmix. Two hiif- No
rtotH.
ItoHton I'hlKle uetit lo but for
I'lirrlirun. It iih annoiiuc d ubo
Hint Hall would but rr u'llii'ii
llniile filed to .Murray. Hall Httink
(iill. Hooper walked It wiih Hie
flrxl luiii' on hit 1 Ih Klvrn by Muliuni !
lllllllIK Hie Kdtlle- I !.(.: tbl' V
ml Yerlii'H at flrnl Iiiihc. No rniif
No IiIih. No I'rrorH.
Ninth Inning.
lleillelil litlil I'llih Willi III :i till
IlIllli'M Tor HiiHton. ll'tiiK uiih I. H
by a pili lied bull mid took fliHl, Id i
'OK WIIH 'I'll Ht Mil II UK Hi' olid, ' nl
lo Yerkea Meyern hhikIiiI i ihi
WllKini'. Hpeuker lllii'b- i Inilli ml
rillllilUK cur' ll of I'Meli Ii'i'"h luiiu
illlvc mid lllill doitblfd lp Mn.it
by u line Hi tow lo hluhl. No iuhh
tine hll. No eiri'iH.
I IiiMt i ill Spiakii piippci ui ,i hlKh
fly lo Kb'l' het'. I..-" hi nit' bed un
Infield hll. Lenin h il on iluril
in'r'H iloiilile lo rliihl. birdner wiih
out when Mur'iniiiil look Slithl'i
Krouuib'l' nni threw to llfizni:, win
loU'iheil the HoHtiin ruttner befiire hi
eiillbl li'i'ii III' b.iK- lie llilliiitKOtl
ran for Hluhl. llenilrlckHon mini'
third when I'Metchiir took WiiKiier''
Ki'i 'imler and threw wildly to flrnt
WiiKiier nloli H'tond. Devon cuukIiI
t'uily'n limn fly. tine run. Two lilt.
One error.
Attendance KtutiMlcs.
Ilmiton. Oct, io. Tin NutioiiiiJ I'uni
iiiIhhIoii ihiuteH for toiluy'H Kinne
Alti'iiduiiri', :il,r,2i; total ii"ii.t
l'i:i,H2; nittlottal cotuinlHHlon'M nliare.
fi,314.,.,0; playiTH' nliare, 3 1.0'Jfi.liS
each tiuli'H nliaru 11 1.32.5(1.'
It'tln IIiiIIn IH'incr t.'iiinc.
Deliver, t'olii,, Del. 10 - In nvi r.
M 1 tin im Mil 1.1 lnlHiiiiill Kiltlle, j 1 1 -4 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 --il;
rain. Nexl Kninc Huturdny.
HiillditH l'.s Automobile,
Ht. I.oiiIh. .Mo., net. io.UnudtH
who MKi'il un iititniiintillc, waylaid
TlinmiiH J. DVMeiira, n aloon keeper
iminj nnil took from him a Krlp cou
inlnliKt 1 .1,'H)i) In ciiHh. They held off
a el o d of purmiura with rcvolvern
mid t'Hcupc'd.
Uind nrnhlKTM (u.llcil,
Tiitoinu, Wnah., Opt. 10. dullly iih
chnrKd. wua thu vonllii or the Jury
touiiy u thu cnni'i of c. I. Hoiihiou
mid John II, Hulhick, tried In the fed.
ural court oh u chittxn of coiiHpirao
to dt'friiud thu Hovernmitut on on I
contractu In Ahmka. The Jurv wiih out
i a hourn. The court oiiiered tin- de
fendant)) to Uppt'ilb November ii for
XenlKtlto. t
Old HlAurr Demi.
ChlPtiRO, Oct. lo. .lubH I. iimlmrd,
it fanioua ilnKer of I'hil war duya,
died hero today In hit elKbly-elKhth
your, litimlinrd nitiK thu renulem ui
iJnuoln'H Kravn lu Hprlnslleld during
Hut last funeral aervlcea of the nimi.
I'lpttlur.
IVinn Vriitm llMlite.
Wiiihlnitton, Oct. lOvFuxm prlcci
nf thu Important crop dropped C.fi
pur cent liure uatweeti Hoptember i
and October 1, ugatnit a tlecJlno of
2.6 pur ueiit In tho wipe purlod of Ittjtj
' enr mid an itvniT.no duollno nf 61
I luir colli durlnc fttSutoniher of thu miat
four yuura. f
JEWELBY
Assortment No. 1.
Fancy liovclties such as
Candle Sticks, Picture
Frames, Paper Knives,
Ink Stands, Ash Trays,
etc., worth to $2.00; Fair
week special 50c
JEWELRY.
Assortment No. 2.
Stick Pins, Tie Clasps,
Bracelets, Clocks, Mesh
Bags, Safety Watch
Chains, etc., worth $1.50.
Fair week special 39c
NUT SETS.
Including one cracker
nd six picks; 75c value,
Fair week special. . . .39c
PEROXIDE.
Hydro Peroxide in
4-o.. bottles. Fair week
pecial 7c
EPSOM SALTS.
Fair
pound
week special
per
.8c
JUDGING OF
8
WILL BEGIN AT
7:30 TONIGHT
James Watson, of New York,
Author of "Dog Book," to
Pass on Merits of Some 200
Cnnincs Exhibited at Bench
Show.
l'rompil .it : : toulKht 1'rof.
.lauieH Vnt-. .ii, .in . diluent authority
on iIokh, of Nev. Y"ik city, will benln
JiKlkiliK Hie i oti us nt the, AlhuiUir
ipio Kennel Show mi Woat Central
avenue, next to Hii I'liHtlme theater.
Dr. WutHnii Ih the author nf thu "dog
book." and Iium Ju.ik.ci1 nt hundreiU
of doit hIiowh thrniMiioUl tho country
dmiiiK the pint mvirtil yeura, The
number and cIuhh of each dog will bo
marked on n tiim-kiinnrd und the
JiuJkIuk will be ii'.ii. in tho preavnuo
of Hie auillciH . t there nm '.!""
iIokh exhibited, It Ih likely tho bench
hIiow Will be ll iiiiinilitr plnco tunlKht,
Hpi'ilally iih the nriee nf ndmliHlnli
fur yoiliiRHlera Iiiih beon reduced. Thf
licullh nf tint iIiikh h excellent, tlndur
tho dlroctlon of Dr. K. 11. Uurr, V. H.,
thu doga a ro fed, watered und exer
cised regularly. Homo of thu flneat
colllea, KngllMh terriers, hull torrlura
und Alrudnlea In Hie country uro ox
hlbltcd nnd tho nhnw la 'ell worth
u Villi-
0
FIRST WOMAN CIVIL
SERVICE COMMISSIONER
f II- taar4 Wlrn to BvaOlkB Harold)
Uih Altgtilua, Cii Oct. 10."-Mra.
Dnvld Chumuors McCunn of thla city
look tho niith of office t6dy ns a
inembcr or llto civil aarvlco commit.
alon of l.oi AnituliM und becumo tho
flrat woman In thu United" Htotea o
occupy such a. jioaltlon.
i
Now pictures -iuatlm nnd Crystal
e mi-.' . Jl '
Now pictures' ltlm and CrysUl.
-
0M, 10, 1912.
ii
BE&GE & kEBSAIiHE
DEE&SES.
Your choice of Serge
or Messaline Dresses rn
desirable styles and col
ors; $10 value. Fair week
ipecial $5.95
r 4
Iwo
of the
JT SilY
We would call the attention of everyone
to the fact that there are only two more days
left of Fair week. Two more days in which
to take advantage of the many good thing."
we have set out and on which you can save
money.
The items around the border of this ad tell
about a few ot the offerings, but there are
many more too numerous to mention.
And aside fom the special items we can
make you substantial savings on all other
lines of merchandise such as Eeady-to-Wear
Garments, Clothing, Shoes, Underwear, Cor
sets, Etc.
Our prices arc always
quality of our stocks best.
Rosenwald's
New i i. tiireH I'liHtiim- iiihI i'rHtul
New i i lureM I'liHtiim- mnl rjHliil.
(Continued tram Puuo On.)
Khowlnif uluit purported to be : phu
togrnplilr I'opy of u letter 'lie lute
Senator M. a. llunnii, latnd Jiinuary
IV. l'.i no.
"I huvo lio recolhn Hon of It, but
I've no doubt I wrote the .tl-r," fluid
Mr. Aniibolil.
The loiter referred to "thr -atctiotl
ami very objoctlonul legl l.itu.i ul .'!
HIS. TROUBLE
NOT OF HEART
Seal Facts In Regard To F. R.
latTmanfs Illness. RcHefOb
(alned By Curing His i
Stomach Ailments.
Wayneavllle.N.C Mr. F.K. HulTman,
ol IhU city, cays: " I tuKered dreadfully
with what t thought was heart trouble,
and tried various medicines In vain.
Alter other remedies had failed, Thed
ford't D lack-Draught restored me to
health. 1 would not feel safe wihou1
Black-Draught tn the house, i e6nildef
It wot1hltsweighl,lnEolilTi
It cured my Indigestion, and by thii
means I was rest6red to health. I can
not exprcu my gratitude for Its benefiui."
Good hetltti depends on die cohdlttoti'
r rtiif HIeMIon. Prio? rilftlrh ants''
nuA tllt. lint feA Innk'tliAr 1
Thtdford't Black-Draught will
tihorowy deaesa airf set la ordnr yout1
H has doao this for otherf, during th
70 wart, tad it today the moat
irncTaiiiiii
MTN'a.!PikAark. '
MEMORY
POOR
tm
rffiiff. tifnii ifeWiH.
lowest and the
umbuH," concurnlnK which .Mr Ar"b
nold Hiild hit had want'nl tu lal't I j
.N'etiator llauna. It referred piiitli
uliirly to peopli) active III Hlipim: 1I1M
a rcMoliitlon for "at. inv.-Ht mai n.t
omi in 1 1 1 '.' nnil nuked ileuator llunnii
to do evurytlilnx "ponnPil.) to : miir.iiK
their defeat."
' Mr. Areltbobl naked to In allowed
in exiiliiln Hin letter.
"That waa the yonr of Vtrlko' leg
iHlaiiou In varluiiH Htata li.ijinl.ttiircH,"
mild Mr. Arrhbold, "mid It win nccta
cat" for ull "corpornto InttriMts o ap
.(.tl to their friends to prevent tint
Hon of thlmr. It expllnt my h.ttur to
Smiator Ilnnnu."
iiiilrriuiii Clnjip Hi i.' n produced u
copy of u letter front Anhhuld to
Kormer Itcprcactttutivu fl. If. ro
vctior of thlo, on October 27, l'it'1,
elH'IOHllIK 11,00(1.
"I think Hint wiim to aid In Iim 1.1111.
palKn for ro-oluvitun." aa'd Mr Arch
bold. nf Another "minted cony' of n lot
tr. parport'm to have tei'i written
by M. A. IMnnit, of whloit t'tcrn wn
no photOKruphl: copy, t Arjltbihl
sifld ho hod no rc-ollectmn.
Mr. Arclrlimd mid ho hd "no rfc
oilectlon or 1 hftii l wrl"5n inller pti'
portlnir to hift been vrltfn n bo
utor llunnii," itt whl! Im t-thl:
"I want you jib .lo to hnlp our t into
committee llbernlly. The ilcniatids or.
mo nre tdmpiy .iwf'jl."
"I havo buen tinabhi to Und such n
letter." an Id IMr. Arjih-M.
Another purpor'.tl llann.x letter
was shown tn Mr. Arcliuol 1, hut ho
culled nttentlon tn tho futt (Put It
wn dated 18Uii. Tho.senattt cohimlt
ten hud authority In nsk only about
letters alnco 1900 und Chnlrmnn Clnp.p
conceded the point.
iMr. ArchUold biU- thut "hu hud no
doubl that ho wrote" a letter of March
20, 1003, tn Konutor llnnnn, auylnK.
' wo uro timuxcd tn learn thut tttnltn
W. Dennett la mukliiK n ennvnsa for
nttorney eiuirul of Ohio und uaklnK
Hunutor dlftnnn, to do tils beat to pre
vent 'Dennett's election.
A photog-ruphlu copy, purporting to
represent n. letter wrltton to Mr.
Archbold, Beptombor 37, 1804. by
Oencrul' arosvonor, wus shown lo
tho witness.
"I huvo a vugua recollection of
bavins; received such, letter," lie
said. "It looks like 'Ills slenuture."
!TI luttnr wss written on tho paper
At bona. Ohio. It suldt
I "Our i
ntutuul friend, Hlbley," had
J
S)itM
tf MaWBWWiiWlk.1
CUT GLASS FEBN
DISHES.
Genuine Cut Glass Fern
Dishes with Filler and
plateau complete; $7.50
vraluc. Fair week special
fit $3.95
MESSALINE WAIo.VS.
Big lot in a variety of
shades, all sizes; $3.50
value. Fair week special
at $1.95
SEIDLITZ POWDERS
Fair week special per
dozen 15c
BORAX.
1
Fair
pound
week special per
15j
4711 SOAP.
Worth 25c cake. Fair
week special, box of ;l
cakes 49c
GLYCERINE SOAP.
Jergen's Glycerine Sonp
vvorth 10c cake. Fair week
pecial, cake 5c
illKKcl"! 'tliat 1 K III perHoli to Ileo
OII t'ollld Ji.U mi.-l 11,,. I'lllel'I'l-ll-
il'H IIH M 1 1 Wjtlllllll 1 1 1 coining lo
Ki'c i.ir I bite 1 01111. to you for
itbi'ic. but 111 w-r rnr myHeif."
"I urn u r Hiire be did nut come'
mild .Mr. Archbold.
Mr. Archbold nnld ho may huvo
iUhcuhhiiI thu Ohio campiilKil with
former ItepreHentntlve Hlbley, of
I'entiHylvunla. Hi could remember
no tttmiilard till aetlvlly In the elec
tion ol u New Jernoy Hcnutor.
t'halrmun t'lupp showed Mr. Arcli
bold 11 r iroilueHon or a three pui-o
letter putportiiiK lo have been writ
ten by Mr. Hlbley. IVbruary lil;, lUor.,
In which he nnld he "hud talked With
Mr. U.. it Democrat," who wiih pre
pared to make 11 flubi iikuIiiki cer
tuln l"Klilltllon. lie HUKIP'Hted that
Mr. Archbold have u conferenco with
the "Henator." mid HURKentcd that ho
Could niraiiKo to have thu litttur
to New ork. 1
''A man who wrote an long n litt
ler as that ought to bo killed," mtbl
Mr. Archbold. under bin breath. "I
hilo no recollection of It," he milled,
"but I hnvo no doubt I received It."
"V011 wore In corrnHpondence with
Mr. Hlbley?" naked f'hnlrimin Hupp.
"oh, yes, u greut ileal," Hiild Mr.
Archlwild.
Thu Hlbley letter lidded, "If you
think or unylhlng I could do. let mo
know, but I think the member, of
the hoiiHe of rcpreHeiitullvcH und tin
Hpeuker iimlcrMuml tho Hltuutlon."
Henator t'lupp proceeded to tho
Identification or another letter, copy
luted I'-ebrunry IK. 1900, ptirportthK
to have been written by Mr. Arch
bold to tho Into Hermtor M. B. Quuy,
of I'eniiHylvunlu.
"I huvit no doubt I wrote It," suld
Int.
The biter referred to thu "nuw
Henator from tTullfornlu," und set
forth thut whllo thu Htnndur.l Ull
company hud no "direct reliitlona"
with him, Mr. Archbold would oxer
else Hiieh Influence as wus piiHSlhle.
"through tho Hatttu Ke."
A letter of October ao, 1002, tn
Quuy, Mr. Archbold suld ho hud no
doubt ho wroto. Tho loiter enclosed
n certificate of deposit for 110,000
und set forth thut Henutor Quay had
recently said some things ilMncree
uhlo about mo of which I think you
shottld bis ashamed." ' '
"Can you stnto what that 110,000
vyas forT uskeJ Henutor Cla'pp.
"Of course my rotolloctloh Is
vnguehut It wus for a cnmpojfju
fundi somo I'entuylvuiila state njat
le,', a-

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