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i O O O y. "FIERCE FiSIIT OH PliOIIIDITIOIl WILL STIR CONGRESSMEN . Washington Already Sees Be ginning of Battle; "Dry" s Movement Sure to Be Some what "Advanced in Nation By C. 8. ALBERT (Spcil Bur BUti Corrpo4t) WASHINGTON. L C. June 12, It seems certain that a degree of prohl- t. hKInn thrmchnnt the nation Will be ' cromDtlhed at this session of Con . , gress. Its extent remain to be. de termined. The niacin of an impossible tas cn corn, rye and wheat by the finance - , trnmitt mn that no more dis tilled spirit! can be made during the war. Nothinc has been done to llmtt - the output of beer. The prohibitive : tax 'levied on all cereals used to dis tilled liquors is $20 a bushel, in ad dition, a levy of 95 per wine gallon Is laid on all syrups thus utilUed. The strong prohibitionists are not - pleased with this proposition, which Is Intended as a compromise. They de mand the enactment of drastic legls latlon to prevent any whisky or beer- - making during the war. It is intended - to graft this legislation on the rev enue or food tills. The house la tied down by a gentlemen's agreement not to take' tip general legislation at this session, which. Includes prohibition t Hence some indirect method must be iound for working out the problem. The finance committee sought to save the S320.000.000 in revenue and . satisfy the prohibitionists. Hence the i tax of $20 a bushel on grains enter- Ing Into distilled spirits. leaTlng beer without Drohlbltlve control. - The . committee permits the continued aale . of , whisky., now on hand. It is estl- : I mated that this amounts to some 225 J 000,000 gallons, which would keep the . f ikwMfa 9 ma fMAAl Wsftlt mAlfttetW ; I ed even It the war should progress lor A two or three yeara. Profits frrYVhtsVy Man The charge now la made, that this action means enormous profits for the whisky holders. JUi advance of $5 or more per.gauon u assurea, wua u lirobahlllty that prices may go to a ranch higher Uzzr,'- -The prohibition isU declare this la & gift pure 5anJ simple tor the 'makers of wElaky fand the -contention u well nigh ssu-evr dent.. .-;;A.-' w - " For that reason the action of the f Inancs committee wiU ho hotly, fought la the senate and house.' It Is do aired to substitute a jirovlsion forbid' dins the use of any cereal in making whisky or beer until the war Is ter cluated. la addition the supply of fhlsky on hand would be redistilled sad the alcohol made available for use fcytha government In .manufacturing sunmnnltlon. This. In tffecV -would bring. Immediate nationwide prohibi tion. At the aame time It would wipe out the great reventes which the fl nance committed .seeks to save until normal conditions sxe rectorcd. . Flcht Lboms Uo ' - The tight for prohibition ' conse quently looms fierce and determined. It win prove an Important feature of all revenue and food legislation.' The amendment Y to the r revenue -; laws adopted by the senate finance commit tee, designed to noire the prohibition rroblem. by a compromise follow: ' " "la addition -to -the tax Imposed by ? exisiizg law on distilled spirits, there ahall.be levied,. collected and paid on ",:the crstcrlal frcm which such spirits - iire?c:i--:turcl after, the approval 5 fcf this act the following Ui: On all tnolasses, syirrs'or substitutes there for a. tax of $5 per wins gallon and cn all grain, cereals, and other edible irroiucts and naterlala a tax of $20 per bushel cf 5 pounds I and every . clz'zMn :z s atyr. euca materials .. . ittll keep such .records and file auch returns and lzzi3, and the tax shall ie paid at such t!nes and In such, Ei&nner. and subject to sued credits as the commissioner of internal rev- . eaue; with tie a;;rova! cf the secre- ; $ary ct the treasury, may prescribe or require;, v:.t" 'i ; ; , fTrovI3ed, That the distiller ahall be i -, entitled .L have refustfed the amount ):el (tLe tax paid- on euca ; materials . vhen- tie apirlts masuractared'there frenx re withdrawn free ct tax under axlt'c3 lat or witiirawa and used xclutirely for the canulacturs t or ire: zjxlicn .cf medlcizsJ- compounds 1 Trovtded further; That such spirits i sh&H cct' ce withdrawn for export ex ; cept. epea the .appllcaUoa ' of. an so f redited' representative of agnation tow at war with the' Imperial German government- la which application if ahall be declared that such -spirits are withdrawn-tor use In furtherance of such war."- v; :, f -. This amendment has been proposed by. Senator Gore as a partial compro mise: "-v i:'- 'i-yi Ko' Catilled ' spirits "manufactured after the approval of this act from grain, cereals 1 or from ' any ? edible product' thereof or from molasses, syrups 'or any 'substitute therefore shall .be Imported into the United Stated, Porto Klco, or the Philippine Ulands except for industrial, mechan ical xr scientific purposes under rules - and regulations to be prescribed by the secretary of the treasury." - Mter Etneer Ernest Meyers (se-'l-r.tior.''tTde)iJr4. Engineers, Is rellev YY ;d'frcm temporary duty at these head- quarters to take effect this date, and . la 'detailed on special duty as drafts- v. . man la the office of the Department .. v V . . Engineer: -.; - - ; ; . ."' -.' i; - Master Engineer Ernest Ueyers, "- : - 3d ttegL 'Engineers, has been relieved . from temporary duty at" department . ! headQuarters, and detailed on special . ."; "..duty: in the office of the department V engmeerMdaftaman. y'.-'.-: ' '", Pvt. Sidney Johnson, B Battery, 1st -V . Field - Artillery, ' has been ordered to accompany the private mount of 1st Ueut. Louie A. Beard, Field Artillery, to his new station in' the United 6tates.r Pvt: Johnson -will sail on the transport Dix to Seattle, ;Tash. ' . -i Pvt.- Weniel Rronek, A ; Trooft, :4th Cavalry, has been detailed for special floty at department headquarters.!:," m wm m V Rejstta and Swimming at HUe en Tcurth cf Jv'y. All the champions en- BOURBONS SILENT ON BEER T WM How several kegs of beer found their war into the Bourbon luau last Saturday, a number of local Demo crats seen today were at a loss to ex plain. Some say that the affair was to have been "dry." Others declare L. L. McCandless and John H. Wilson knew all the Ume that this refresh ment was to be furnished. Still others assert the beer was the gift of the brewery, but this could not be af firmed. One prominent Democrat, one of those who sat at the "first table," aid this morning be could see no objection to the serving of beer at the luau. He said it would hardly have been a luau without beer. He pointed out. however, that, as far as be knew, none of the foaming bever age was served at the tables where tat the notables. Richard H. Trent is declared to have remarked to one of the Bour bons, when he saw the Hawaiian girls passing around foaming pitchers of beer, that he would not have gone to the luau had he known the liquor was going to be served. Prof. W. A. Bryan had this to say about it today: "While I am not a morbid prohibi tionist, my desire was to have a luau that would be faultless from every point of view." Bryan's opinion is that 60 per cent of the 1500 or more persons at th luau looked upon the beer incident with disfavor. "I will say this much, however," he added, "that the serving of the beer certainly was not done with the in tention of Influencing votes." HONOLULU'S FOURTH OF JULY PROGRAM FINISHED The program of the patriotic ser vices which will be held July Fourth at 10:30 o'clock In the Palace grounds under the auspices of the Chamber ol Commerce were given out this morn lag by Raymond C Brown, secretary W. O. Smith la to preside and for an hour preceding the services the Ha waiian band will play patriotic airs. ' The following Is the program: ' Introductory remarks, 10:80 a. m W. O. Smith, . . . . Invocation. Pastor D. C. Peters (actr lag for (he Daughters of the American Revolution). Vi . Songa, the audience, led by mem bers of the Ad Club. Declaration of Independence, Prof. W. A. Bryan (acting for the Sons of the American Revolution). - Songs, the audience, led by mem bers of the Ad Club. Address, United States District At torney 8. C Huber. ; Songs, the audience, led by mem bers of the f Ad Club. , 8tar Spangled Banner, the Ad Club, Hawaiian band and audience. I ' National salute, 12 o'clock noon. Na tional Guard cf . Hawaii. . . . Boy, Scouts win be In attendance. HIL0 BREAKWATER' WORkil- i IS PROGRESSING RAPIDLY ; Work on the Hllo breakwater since the contract was taken over , by. the American surety company, bondsmen for the former, contractor, is progress ing more rapidly thui'at any. time be fore the change, according to.CoL R. R Raymond, Corps of Engineers, who has Just returned from a trip to-Ha-waii. . : :-. Col. Raymond said today that 'Mr. Demlng of. the surety company. Is us ing practically the same - working force employed by the other" company; and the special skill they have devel oped on this job la a big help in the work. 'This section of the breakwa ter ia be finished this fall,, after which a new contract will probably be let to wind up the entire job. : -1 $ ' ' "One of the highly' commendable features of the work," says CbL Ray: mond, 'Is' that not one stone In 'the superstructure has moved from its place in the completed portion.'-This would not -be so remarkable in Gat rock like granite but - the condition la different with the lava rock, which varie s ' in shape." v f SHIPPERS MAY IGNORES? ! :LONGSH0RE?.lEN,SDEF.!AND Indications .today are : ,, that; local shipping firms Intend tv Ignore the de mands made by -Honolula. local. In ternational Longshoremen's ; Associa tion,' for a second increase in ' the wage., seal).- -r--iy.-ye.$-. . The union . has-, given . employers until July 1 to consider the demands. Whether a strike will be called after that date unless- some agreement Is J reached In the meantime, is not clear. -Jack Edwardson said today ' the union now has 1000 men in its mem bershlp and between Sls00Q and $20. 000 In IU strike fund. He added that "outside funds are coming in," and that not all the money had been raised by the stevedores themselves. There will be a dinner-dance at Heinle's Tavern, Ton the beach at Waikiki," this evening, which every body is cordiaIlyrinvited to attend. Come out to Waikiki and eat one of Heinle's good dinners, for you will en Joy it more than, any you've had in a long time. Dinner served from 5: SO to -l. Air.' PERSONALITIES f HENRY W KINNEY, superinten dent of public : Instruction, .will leave for Hawaii tomorrow on a school In spection tour. Mrs. Joseph H. Gray of El Paso, Tex, arrived on the Wllhelmina this morning, r from San Francisco, where she has been visiting tor some time, to join her husband, who ia with the- Advertiser staff. They, will make their; home temporarily at the Royal Hawaiian hotel, but expect to take a VILHELf,IA NIGHT, HOME'S Secret SemceEats After Honolulu Doy ForRlmingTunnels Rudolph Silra, son of A. C SQva of Suva's Toggery, was trailed through Southern California by United States secret service men last week when on bis way home from the East. He. re turned this morning on the Wllhel mina. Coming to the coast on the Santa Fe, he spent the afternoon of the last day of the trip taking pictures of bridges and tunnels along the road through Southern California, not know ing that be was breaking the federal law. At the first stop in Southern Cali fornia the conductor of the train re ceived a wire that some one was tak ing pictures from the observation plat form of the train. Troops were guard ing all the tunnels and they had seen Silva taking snap shots. The search was terminated when Silva confessed that he bad been tak ing the pictures. The conductor then questioned him and wired ahead that the man had been found. The city constable got on the train at Stockton, Cat Silva waa again ex amined and was forced to give up not only the film containing the pictures tsken in California, but all plcturea in his possession. He named the hotel at which he planned to spend' the night in Oakland wit, the expectancy that he would be called upon again there. At Richmond, where the train divid ed for Oakland and for San Kaaclsco, Silva was approached by a man wear ing a black hat, who he judged was another member of the secret service. He advised Silva to be sure and be at the specified hotel in Oakland. But Silva did not see any secret service men in Oakland, although they had warned him that he would prob ably have to appear before a com mission there. He expects, however, to have his films returned to him, de veloped, in the nesr future. He has been attending Peddie's school in New Jersey sad is return ing home for the summer. RAPID TRANSIT DENIES CITY LAND DEAL CHARGES (Continued from page 1) of the company. . The charge was made Saturday by A. M. Cristy, dep uty city attorney, In a letter to Charles N. Arnold, chairman of the road committee of the hoard of super visors. Ballentyne's statement follows: "In the letter part of the year WIS the Rapid Transit Co. purchased from Mrs. Rooke, now residing in England, the property commonly known as the 'Rooke property, situated at the cor her of Queen and South streets. "A number of years ago, probably about 15, this property was leased hy Mrs, Rooke to sv Mr. Wilson. As the area embraced something "over four acres, he, oa his:pwn..TespQnsIbflitl, divided the property into four.part by running two lanes through-the same; one ' leading' from i South , to .Keawe street ' and the other from . Queen to Halekaulla street, - This subdivided the property Into four, parts . . which were further subdivided into small building lots . and leased to ...various persons wno erect ea , smau nouses thereoa.' The lanes, were, not-! put through the property for the public convenience' hut tor the convenience of the tenants whose property fronted on the, lanes. iVfi-T "1 "In theT arly part ot ails the, com pany purchased from, the .Bishop, Es tate a' narrow strip of land lying . be tween the southerly boundary Cot; the Rooke. property' and. Halekaulla'street and extending from1 South' to Igeawe street 'This gave the company-; tltje to the property, embraced within the block, i Subsequently ; appllcatlea .was msde to the land court ioraTorrens title to all of this.propertr. aid notice was duly, sent ' to the adjacent : prop erty holders together-With any others who might rhtve' any "'claim to r 1n.- terest in this property. '-.Defsult -was mad by those to .whom th e ' notice was rsenty while - the' territory later- posed. and objected, ciaiming'titie-to the Janes. ' : ;:- ' .':k'7'7' ' "Thla is the case, as I und'erstand it, now before therlahd coitrl yr might say mat in . notn ine cases oi tne Rooke property and of the 'Bishop Es tate property warrahty deeds', were given the Rapid Transit Co attd it is they who are rests tiag the claim-of the territory. Tbe Rapid Transit-Co. has no desire to deprive Xhe territory of any of its rights 4n ; thIs' ;or any other property, ' although it "woul ap pear from a statement which appeared in . the Star-Bulletin' of Saturday; that the company la' trying to do' the ter ritory out of the lanes to the. posses slon of; which they claim the territory la clearly entlUed.' : All we want. Is that this matter, be properly adjudicat ed on Its merits. If we are not entitled to the lanes it is then a mattervfor the Bishop Estate, and the Rooke prop ery to adjust with the Rapid Transit Co. w' "Where this property abutts on South street the street is very narrow, I think about 26 feet wide, while above and below this property it is ,6 feet wide. The property at one point also extends out to Queen street. - "Immediately after coming, in pos session of this property I endeavored to come to some arrangement with the city, and county and the territory tor the widening of South afreet, but utterly failed to have either, the city or territory interest themselves in the improvements. The Rapid Transit, Co. lastesd of endeavoring to take, any thing away from the territory to which it is entitled, has done all it could to have the ob jectlonal condi tions in regard to these streets ' re moved. "As the matter is now . before the court, the comments as they ap peared in the Saturday Star-BuDean. would appear to be not only uncalled for but an attempt to influence the decision of the court in connection with our application for a land court title." As he had reached the age of 18. a few weeks ago, which permits him to enlist in the Canadian army, Robert HunC who has been working tor the dry goods department of Theo. ,K Dtviea & Co, Ltd,, left last week oa the Makura for Vancouver to Join. the iM Tbe Hawaiian band will not play at' Thomas square this evening. A suit for the recovery of an al leged debt of 1449 9 has boea filed in circuit court by Asahi A Co. against the Cchiyama Shoten. Elizabeth K. Booth has filed ia cir cuit court a suit against the Kalihi Taro & Land Co. for the recovery of an alleged debt of $1091.32. Sgt John Kelleit will be in charge of the detective department during the absence of his chief, Capt. Ar thur McDuffle, who Leaves tomorrow on the Matsonia for a month's vaca tion in California. Classified as a "garage lifter." Lo renzo Castlllore, a Filipino, who stole two coats and a hat from the Banxai garage, waa found guilty in police court this morning and given three months each oa two charges. After deliberating several hours jury la Circuit Judge Heea's court yesterday afternoon failed to reach a verdict ia the case of M. Fukuda. charged w'th a statutory offense. A second trial of the case may oe neia firirnrii Ctrlban. a FiiiDino laborer. of Kaneohe. was arralxned In police court this . morning on a statutory charge involving a girl under the -age of 15 years and was committed to the circuit court for trial. It is under stood the rirl in reality was only 12 years old. Deputy Sheriff R. W. Davlj made the arrest John Fleminc. Dresident of Jas. F. Morgan Company, is celebrating to dav his forty-second birthday. It did not appear on the Stock Exchange that Mr. Fleming had any special pre sents in the form of new news from either Engels Copper or San Carlos. On account of the war and stockmar ket conditions the celebration has not been an elaborate one. Unless the local longshoremen get the demanded raise in wages by the fintt of Jnlv. it was announced today, Charles Holoua will leave tor Toledo, Ohio, to lay the case of the local stev adores before cn annual conference o' lonnhorftmen. to be Leld In that city. It was aiso anaounced that the local loncahoremen Lave cabled to tae ra- ciflc Coast district of the ualoa in San Francisco notifying it of the action here, in demanding a raise in pay. BY THE GRAVE SIDE Why did you leave, my darling boy, Oh, why, did you go away? When yon had so happy a home, '. Oh why, oh why didn't you stay!. Too knew that you were my oaly oae, .You .knew that I loved you so; Oh, why-did you break my lonely . . heart.1 And. o'er this wide world go? Oh, why didnt you stay with mother, The; one that loves you true? Oh,-why didnt yon stay with mother? "For she had no one but you. Your childhood trials and sorrows . I with yon did gladly shire; But .even then yon went and left me, As thbugh you didn't care. X hate 'waited for your returning, ; But not 4 expecting you to return i - r thls way; OhGod, If I could only see your face. Oh, if you was not beneath the clay. My dreams have been that once again vi. could press you to my breast; But God has taken yon from me ' And laid yot down to rest "'.'-.-.,' -- My -only hopes are, my darling boy, tbiV yon lived'- for God above. And if so 'we will meet In besven, ; in 'thV land of eternal love. Amen. ---BycJaeit Smyre,' Amb. Co. No. 9, ehfieM v "arrcks. T H lT00 LATE TO CLASSIFY I WANTED. Good salesman for country retail store. Reply -gtrina; experience and salary . .' expected. Must have general knowl . edge of. merchandise, and good per "sbuaHty. Box 65S. Care of Star-But "letia. 6822 6t roam: simslr furnished; clean: bv iraiet rentleman. for six months; i . mstM than fire dollars ner month. Address Box 657, Star-Bulle tin office. . 6822 6t A tew mere customers In Punahou and Makfld districts to take milk from tested cows. Phone 5302. 6822 lm Light one horse dairy delivery wagon. College of Hawaii, rnone zmw. 6822 6t HELP WANTED. A stenographer. Apply Patten Co Ltd; Hotel street. 6822 tf FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. Sunny room and board for two young men or; two -young ladies. All the comforts of home; at Waikiki. Royal Grove. 2417 Prince Edward street 6822 2t LOST. Gold -filled watch and fob, in front of Seaside Hotel or Outrigger Club. Re ward. Care of Gurrey, Ltd., Fort street 6822 2t FOUND. Ladles' mesh purse found on Alex. Young bakery counter. Owner can have Same by describing contents and paying for this ad by calling at Young Hotel office. 6822 It FOR SALE. PET STOCK. German police dog, three years old (male). Address Box 659, Star-Bulletin: 6822 tf FOR RENT. ' : FURNISHED HOUSES. New ..two-bedroom bungalow, Dewey i ''" ' ? "J '"jCsa D.S. Navy to Hav Eye on WilSieimina; Liner is Surveyed ; Thorough surveys of the Matson j steamer Wllhelmina were made on : Saturday, June 16, in San Francisco, by officers of the army and navy on orders from Washington. This Is the news brought to Hono lulu today by Capt. Francis M. Ed wards, commander of the Wllhelmina. : He said the officers went over the steamer thoroughly. The navy men took most of the day to make their survey, the army completing theirs in a short time. Two separate surveys were made. Captain Edward, says the survej does not necessarily mean the AVil helmina is to be commandeered by the government this summer. She :t one of the three steamers of the Mat son fleet equipped with reinforced mounts for four 6-lnch guns, and other , equipment making it possible to con vert them into auxiliary naval cruis ers within a short time. The other two are the Maui and Matsonia. No other word concerning futurs movements of the Maui and Matsonia was received by Castle & Cooke, the local agency, in today's mall. BRVlflE Prof. William A. Bryan announced today that, as one of the Democratic candidates for governor, he will con duct no active campaign for the posi tion. "I am naturally grateful to the par ty, however, for selecting Mr. McCand j less and myself as their choice as! candidates," be said. Professor Bryan would oot com men oa the report that McCaadless may drop out of the governorship campaign at a later date and build up his politi cs! fences for a campaign tor the dele gateship. "1 know nothing of this," he said, "and I do aot believe that aay definite plans for future campaigns have beea outlined as yet." FATAL ACCIDENT DUE TO WARNING IGNORED Failure to follow instructions was the probable reason for the death of S. Naka, the Japaaese who was found dead in the elevator shaft of the Ho nolulu brewery in Kakaako Saturday evening. The coroner's jury investigating the death this morning could fix no cause for the accident, but testimony was thst the Jspanase. who had only been employed a few days, had been warn edmotttf tamper wlththe elevator. It Is thought, he disregarded this warn ing in a trip to the . htird floor and that ia sticking his head out was caught between the elevator and the third floor, where he was found dead about 6 o'clock. CAMPAIGN EASY KIT PAIS to ; ABiISiiiSi '' . '. .. . ... .... ' -r , - Gilmer Perry, carpenter's mate of the TJ. S. S. Alert, came in the store Saturday arid inquired, ''Where is the Man from Denver? I read his ads in the papers. I know nearly everybody in Denver. ' Maybe I know him." . I happened to be out to luncheon, so he waited for my return, and when I put in an appearance he recognised in me the "Burro Boy" who used to guide the tour ists up the mountain trails outside of Denver. "Hello there. Will!" he cried. "It feels good to see someone you know from your hometown." 4& So we had a little "private conversation" about our escapades in the good old days and he told me that he was glad to be in Uncle Sam's service, and how he was being elevated from an educational standpoint in the navy, and that he "wouldn't miss it for the world." And it struck me that it wouldn't be a bad idea to show our patriot ism by boosting Uncle Sam's navy in this ' advertisement, and incidentally do a little boosting for the Ideal's unloading sale. s !. S. OFFICIALS TAKEH SAFFERV'S CASE Federal officials late yesterday af ternoon placed under arrest Tom Saf ferr, who mas taken into custody by the police last Saturday and held pend ing an Investigation of charges to the 1 effect that he was the ringleader of an organized gaag of blackmailer ; that had been operating in the beach district The charge lodged against Saffery by the federal officials is that of im personating a federal officer, it beini alleged that during the operations of the gans, which are presumed to .have been at night he flashed a badge be fore the persons approached and claimed to be either a member of Marshal J. J. Sai!dys itaff or a repre-; sentative of the U. S. attorney's office. ; . Bond In the sum cf $2500 has been fixed In Saffery's case, but up to press time this afternoon he was still in custody, having been unable to secure sureties on the bond. TRADE SAMPLES MAY BE PLACED IN MAIL Postmaster D. H. MacAdam today received Instructions from the postof flce department to the effect that trade samples may be imported in the regular mailsd in unsealed packages, which must be marked abroad to show them to be samples. Because she "squealed" to the po lice on a gambling game Ramon San tiago sought out Sarah Hoopii aad beat her up. This morning In police court he was fined $50 by Judge Ir win for this offense. AH Beautiful Assortment of Oriental Goods, THE CHERRY 1137 Fort St. . J I .Hi l ; expect. m pays 10 aoveruse.' ' ; yr-. ;. vJ thank yon. 1 c. ...'. . r". :' ,t- - K BRUSH YOUR TEETH THOROUGHLY TWICE DAILY WITH THE IIILK OF MAGNESIA TOOTH PASTE AND KEEP YOUR MOUTH CLEAN AND SWEET For early morning" in warm weather the Cereal Breakfast at i id?!. We also serve appetix ing midday luncheonette, afternoon tea. fountain specials. F. & O. and Christopher's Candies a specialty. Hotel near Fort Leicquer of all sizes, jnst arrived.' . CI- Fort St; opp. Catholic Ghnrr.h " - BORADENT Cujdlk-yinn Tray Japanese Bazaar Things are selling so fast, that it won't be necessary to advertise much more. The only reason I am writing advertisements these days is because I like to tell good news, for this sale is so real, 'so helpful, that it refuses to be suppressed. It's just as though somebody a Fairy Godmother, or a faraway unclehad slipped you a ten spot or a twenty, maybe; that yon didn't v. '' ' You .can buy ';AmjU9: dashery and Hats in this sale at SAVHIG3 OF FROM 25 TO .50-PER OU1IT, But you'll have to hurry as the sale ii coming to an end. , :y v:.v v,X;: We used; toregaril Advertising as Van economic wis.'YKowwVlookVn'ii as an economic neccs-sity.: .;';vt This store, for one realizes that--rspe-dally ia the 'case of . an 'emergency' 'it TheMak from Denver.