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5 ONE OF THE SAGES William M. Springer, Oracle cf Democracy, DISCUSSES TARIFF REFORM Aad Wildcat Banks to th Cikxea of Uraad Rapid A Syncpais of Mr. Sprir'a Addxsi. Local d-riiocra;y hxd aa nn:-.g lt riint w.ta the lion. W.ll:" M. fc-rrifctfr of Illmuit a; Ut. H struck out, not Ujia abU U rtca McKiolay's L.r protection curt. Toward 3 o'clock trie lat:oa army held a trance iu Cam p. J square and at the ciw.-n;, tna comoiiUe appointed, to escort Mr. Sirnter to HarUDaa's hall farmed tuo procesaioa. Wurz. burg's Lai.d weut also. At th hall thara wera ah-.ut 1,'0 paraoua aaaem UJ womeu and republican coniti tut.r,; a majority of the audioc. Tua ou!y deonation iu tue hall wre a craven portrait of (Irofer Cleselan.i, aaui:iT ut Ad!ai and aaoihf r of tue apa-afcer. Shortly atttr 6 o'cioca tUo jr-Hiciioa together with a du?u or ailed fi?e pres.deut. inarcfifd ia tiie at.;. Moat of tho.itj that uci npi?l 9st on tha platform wera democratic candidal. Kdwia y. L'al mtrodueed Mr. tvrmxer by m I. ruw.-ijC ia a id.eao that it had as aetuKU to to a calm, un;mpaa aiou'-d, d daotic ducuw.on of the great princip ea of tantt' reform. Tnen he w.:ik-j h; otaer eye and lae crowd cheered. Out af th Aage. Mr. 1 hi continued ty statins; that the dicusi.ji wa to be perftruivd ty oua of de a-e cf ovmocracy, and the crowd cliftrrd aftam. Tim ex-mayor said the issues between the two partie. tad iit-vr U-ea mure closely defined, and tha result of tue contest involved tne t utare aa wail a tue present, lie thn introduced Mr. prmer, who wai K ven a short, but very enthus.ast.o re ceptiun. ll taid: "It gives nte great pit-aaure to stand before you to discus tr.e im-.ies of the campaign. I shall eu tleavr 1 1 prea-nt them in such a nmn ii r i.ui i'j bj oileus.Te to anybody, lijta of the leading candidates are too writ knowa to nerd any dtsousaion. Uota have been befor;. the people; botn hT; betfn preuient, and both are men of i-r :u w.rth ami chirattT." Mr. ;rin2er attetnpted o ahow how protect on nad wroUjjtit injury to the Kre.it furmt'tre f ictonetof Grand Kap Us, and continued: tampklji nt Kituratloa. "Thi h a campaign of education, an I I w.il endeavor to explain the po a.t: m ot the ty ifrrat parties on the tnrl' tjiicMtion. It ia not a difficult jurtim to cuniprthen I. The demo critic party teUevea that whoever hat aayttiii! to sell should be permitted to Uk? fl t the market at which he can g-t th niot money for it, and aUo tn-t ruht to buy where he can get th iiiot v;ood fr h:a money. There h tut oue exceptiun to this latter rule; that the government may impoae a tar. it on goods purchased abroad, but thH tanft must be for the purpose of revenu- only, and in thu way a pufii cienl a nount, ta addition to internal rVfnue taxeit, snou d be raised to pay th extwne of the government, hon estly and economically administered. In trier word?, the democratic party believes in the doctnoea of aelling and buying m th bet market. Cut the republican party inita that a tariff sh.id lid for protection. S'hat is protection? It means that a tariff upon loreign g Hds shall be imposed upon uca g -kIs as corae into competition wita goods produced in this country, and trat tr tar.ff shall be ao high upon fre:gn goxls that, when ad tied t their price, which is always done, th g'.ods made in the L'nittd btatcs of l.ke cnaracter may be raised in price to correspond w:tn the prices paid for foreign grnds, incred to the amount of th- tariff. This is protection, and this aloiirf. It means, therefore, an m i rravd pricw for consumable commod its; not onlv un)u commodit.es pro duced in ttt.s country but upon for. -g'i pnlucts which have paid he tur.ff. I'rotectton, therefore, means b:ter pr:ce for many of the neces saries of hfe, tut does cot brtt;g in creail conpnation for labor, nor to farmers for tUae products, the prices of which aro regulated by the prices tiled in Liverpool, ttio frco trade m.irket of Lie world." I'aakiBf fH. I'pon bank.njc i'ues Mr. Springer ail: "etiator Sturfnaa and other leaders of tne republican . arty are try :rig t d.nract public attt r.l.on from t: ' tr fT hy cUiioing t.itt the demo crat. c party is in favor of state t auks a vd s'at- tuk currency. This ia an effort to evade th-s gret isue. Of the greU ftr.d paramount isue, at this tune in thu ampa:go, but it cannot te d twne.1 or otcure! by the desperate cry of wildcat currency. TU clause in th 1-Tiicrat c piatform favoring a repeal of tvie mt. r.:al rvnu tat of 10 per cmt on th circulation of atate banks does not make the pro prety cf iuirg stAt- bank notes a rrty isu. It i merlv an ei i r"eo:i of disapprobation ot th tax ing p-iwer of the general government to t'lU'tfere with t ie reserved rights of fie tiai. Tlie tax on th circulation of iut banks w not impoaej for the pnrpo of rs sirig rsvenue t support t ie government, b it ws fur th pur p. ..f ;iprtTg the notes is-i t by stat bank m onlr ti give nauona tanks a nionvpo y of issuing paper money. Congress ijas no mnr riht to imrn1 t Ut upon tnw note . f state t aru m order to suppress them tnan it has t ' imroe a tax upon th deposits and dHormt of statt1 nd private oauaa lavonn Ve"t Lrict Cf c'cit ref F'avor d'?c-te;y Br.d tleuclous! as t tr fruit 'J " DELICIOUS H U 1 nwjrji. FRUIT FUOTRS. in oriler to aapprcej aucti tack. ei.-t-xeiy. tat Uaaaa " Imu. "If cocirrea can rightfully and eon at. lit. or.i:y tierc.aa auch a power, it a o iit ose ica a tax upon tn reals ol Isnd as to znakeiAUvis unh'.r ft mi aimer: t. Hoavvt-r d .iabi aca a policy might be Ttrld by ktiii people, it mould be a inot dau-g-roii and unwarrantable exerc.-a of tae taxing p..er ot the general g jvern menu Tue prohih.tory lax upon tr.e c.rcuiatWi no'.ra of attte banks s wiin out any aarraut in the coastitut on, and the courts would un Juut-tedly ao hold if a test cae were brougtit befoia them. ."5uch a tax violates the principle of uniformity wmch the constitution reputrea iu the levying of all taxaa. btate banks are not an isv-ie tfore tha country at thia time, and the pro pi cauu t be diverted from the consideration of the tariff piat.oa by holding up before them fie ap-ctc-r of imposs.ble wildcat currency. Tuere ia do place in the policy of the demo crat. o party for uncurrent wildcat state tank notes; no place for unstable moL.ey or a fluctuating currency. We demand that all paper money, wnether Kate or national, shall be kept at par with and redeemaM in coin." egNaTOK TKYB. Preparations Being Made to Receive the Distinguished Rtpubi.can. Local republican are making ar rangement for the greatest rally of the campiga tonight. Senator Will iam 1. Frye of Maine will discus the issues of the day from a republican stand pomt. At tue meeting tonight all the mem bers of the various republican com mittees, ward, township, county and congressional, all officers of republican club and all veterans of the campaigu of IHO are invited to occupy seats on the platform. lle!erved seats ia the body of tne hall have been secured for the I cal republican clubs. Senator Krye will arrive in the city at uoon and will be taken ia charge ot by mem bers of the republican committees and the board of trade. He is cbairmau ct the senate committee on commerce and every effort will lm made to give him an opportunity to inspect the present condition of our water way, and see the necessity for federal aid in the proposed improvement. Between the houra of 7 and S o'clock tomorrow night aa informal reception will be tendered the senator ia the parlors of the Morton house. ELEVENTH WARD CLUB. George Clappertoa Delivers a Stirring Republican Address. Interest in campa;gn work is atradily increasing in the Eleventh Ward re publican club and its met-tinga are growing larger each week. Lively campaign songs are sung by a quartet of men and women and aa organ has ben provided for the use of the club. Lint night the club-room was well tilled and Cieorge II. Clapperton de livered a masterly discourse on the tariff quest.on. lie cited statistics to prove that the McKiuley law ha re sulted in elevating the condition of labor and has proven itself to b just what irwaa intended. It has increased wages and the savings of the Ultonng man, extended our home markets, built up uew industries and protects them from the invasion of t reign manufacture!.. Much interest was evinced in Mr. Clappcrton's explana tion of this question and tne meeting was one ot the beat held in the eleventh ward. 8EXAT0R FRYE HAKTMAN'S hall Thursday evening. Political Paragraphs. Judge Cyrus E. Perkins and James Coye spoke to a large republican meet ing at Alton last nignt. Wilhatn Alden Smith addressed South (J rand Kapids republicans in the town hall last night. Every republican in the city is re quested to attend the meet at Hart man's hall tonight and listen to Senator Frye's speech. The young men's republican dub wi 1 meet in the Lincoln cluo rooms tonight and go to Hartman'a hall in a body. Seats will bo reserved and all members are expectsd to attend. Sev eral of the ward clubs will turn out ea M,aso. Col. Anson P. Wood, ex-deputy sec retary of atate for New York and a former member of the New York as sembly, will apeak at Sparta tomorrow night. W. T. Adams and M. L. Dunham will talk old time republicanism to the denizens cf Silver Lake Saturday nignt. II. E. Walbridge and Elvin Swarth out are billed to deliver republican speeches at Austerl.tx Saturday night. Frank A. Lodgers will talk protec tion in Alpine town ball Saturday night. The Hon. Ocrritt J. Diekema is billed to deliver an address m tbe sixth ward Saturday night. The meeting will te held at tbe northeast corner of Scnb ner and Wet Leonard streets. The Hon. Marc S, Brewer of Pontiac and Fred A. Maynard of this city will talk McKinleyim and sound money to the republicans and democrats of Ixwell Monday night. Tuesday night William Alden Smith and James A. Coye will ap-ak at Ada. Wednesday evening George Clapper ton and S. V. H.cks will enlighten Dm Intelligent voters of Fallaaburg con cerning the political isue of th day Tnat same evening Alfred Wo'.colt will d:sr?iss republican, m at Cascade. One week from tonight is the time et for Lisbon fitiena to hear Oeorge t 'spperton and F. B. Fi!ier talk fint c!aa repab';.ca;.im. Lowe'l w ll 1-e g vsn in opportunity to har trie IIn. ierntt J. I'.ekema Monday evening, October 31. Alfred Wolcott and Aaron Clark w.ll speak in the to vn hall at (aine Mon day eveai-.g, ctober M. Wednesday evn ng Alfred Wolcott and Char e W. Mo'liil Uik protection at Cc 1. Frank A. Rer and Charles A. Watt will p"sk at tt h.tr.ey v.i.e Friiay evening, (VtoVr The meeting of the N ;r tn ward re puN.can cln. whicn k ? have ne'd tonsiht. is ponvo-d for on. sei on account of v tiator Frye's Y?u-g Mn's McK-n'ey Clj Aten-n. V meet rf will b b-ld m tr.e (. n. C' l i club rooms th erta rj at 7 o'cu-Ck sharp. The attend nee of every rtemtr s d red to mir"; n Kly to Hartman b i w th t e V ,vi- r Man's hVr'lv'l'n Cl'lb, tO St e 1 I t e metta of senator Krye. H h ny Hmi o. Pr "t. Pfvr. 't; k t st. "cr?rr. !l a-a VV n Ct e-r' The . o. tl. Ky a- f f TV 'ft" On e of r.'ar'h n t'e p: i- .t n foi ,;-ra- Iy av ti e rat? oo f- i a treft at 10 a. rv pn-fl to Ca b Mo iroe, to ldoa. to I and, to So j h i .v s uo, i- I'uiun, to NVrt ruit u, to JefiereoU -Uett, to West tr;di, lO Lji brid; Lid to trie 1 di jr rain for ine nail. tveu.ng euur- ta nnirnt i a lo.lowsi F a i wirfiiuBi Mr. J h' s :,y A ur rtrUn-u. ...M. J. bjiua r. )-'l l.rttv! t.ewxle4". .. . H iu Lctlia Morrtwfy Ctwr- "t -a -.-t ti trvt'" .(U.iiiu J41 Mary irav: irioi''T. ;, "orMsu il U ot ota kri . vir. A. ttel.ll iuciteUva "v wiuui j.i't inuusr ' . ... M m M "le F hb f-u-."eirete.t l. Mif l.-:oooe Th bay We c'letrte' M. Shuoatiaa ?il'iiiii.mix'& aaaa".- Mrs. A. Kril y j.,-r-ircttl M Ki e a n "Kerr f laie" M L. Morrty ciecttoa - W. l. lU.tf. Ltroil Tbe entertainment will be fre, aud all are invited to attend. CATHOLIC PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY. How the Prad Will B Formed The Exercises in Hartmaa's HalL The Catholics of the city will make the Columbus day celebration one of the largest Catholic affaiis ever held iu the city. The exercises will be held iu Hartuian's hall and. the pubbc is in vited to alteud. The portions of tbe various schools and societies iu the parade has been niid as follow: St. Mary's w.ll form on Turner be tween First and Bridge street. St. AdelUrtus n First, between Tur ner and Broadway. St. James' ou Broadway, between Bridge and First. Knights of St. John on Turner north of First. St. Mary's young men in the rear of the Kuignta. St. Joseph's society behind the young men. ' St. Adelbertus societies in the rear of St. Joseph's. C. M. B. A. men on Second east of Turner. Puriehoners not belonging to societies on Secoud west of Turner. Men on hoist back will be in the rear of all. Tne children from St. Andrew's and St. Joseph's parishes will rest on Bridge east of Canal and those from St. Al phonsus on Canal north of Bridge. 1'he officers are as follows: Grand Marshal Maurice Sbanahan; aids, F. E. Pulte, P. H. O'Brien. St. Andrew's Thcinaa Keating, N. E'zcom, John Healy. St. Mary's Joseph Brogger, William Dukee, Bernard Ottsuweis. St. James' Robert Shauahan, L. W. Launiere, Josepi Bagley, M. Adelbertus Kudoiph Twork, Val entine Flynnski, Joseph Konedratzki. St. Alphonsus W. A. Dunn, James Tierney, Jotin Leonard. St. Joseph J tin Lrieborg, D. De Jonge, Jacot Iirieboig. A i HartmanV ball the following pro gram v.iU be carried out: Oration by the lluv. Fr. Brandt, C. 8. S. K. Tableaux, "Columbus' Childhood Days," "His B yhood Days," "Colum bus at the Convent Gate of le La Ka bida," "Murmuring nd Mutinj'of tne Crew." "lauding of Columbus," "The Return of Columbus to the Court." During the exercises tae following musical program will be rendered: "Nobly Our Flag," general chorus; "My Country," St. Joseph's school; "Red, White and Blue," St. Andrew's school. "Hail Columbia." St. Adel bet tus school; "Tne Star Spangled Ban ner," St. Jamas' school; "Ave Maria St'dla," St. John's orphans; "Colum bia, the Gem of the Ocean," St. Al phonius; "Guard Our Nation," St. Mary's. Th closing nymn will be "God of Might, We Praise Thy Name," and will be sung as a general chorus. MANISTEE'S PROSPERITY. It Will Have Miles of Street Railway Soon. A party consisting of Senator A. O. Wheeler, E. D. Wheeler and wife, Mas ter II. Wheeler, Miss Fannie Hodskins and W. R. Forsens, ail of Manistee, registded at the Morton lat night, on their way to Chicago to alteud the ded icatory exercises and pay tribute to the m mory of t le late C. Columbus. "Some time when you get lonesome in this sleepy village come up to Manistee and see a live town," said Senator Wheeler to a reoorter for The Hkrald last night. "We are builiing eleven miles ot street railway there and shall have three miles of it running by the first of January. This isn't counting the return trip and both rails; but it's a l"na fide road. Business is very lively inManistee. We're oing to elect J. W". Moon to congress and tomorrow we're going to see t rra cotta luicago and the relics of Columbus." Broke McNaughton's Leg. Yesterday morning John McNaugh ton was knocked down by a horse driven by two womn at the corner of Fulton and Sheldon streets, and h a right leg was broken. The ambulance waacaded and took him to tiis res;, dence at No. 140 South Pnwpect street. After the accident occurred the women drove rapidly away and their names could not be learned. Mr. McNaugh ton is an old man and his injuries are considered quite serious. Lat week aa unknown villian went to New Haven and engaged 14-year-old Minn e Buoel as a servant. She went with him. and in tne oi ir I ..i.en they got into Warrn township. ma man urmn i ivo a nr t oi mo 9 aud criminally assaulted nrr. In the morning he drove away. e-vrv the girl to ge' home the best she could. When we a rived at our otme thi morning we found securely tied to the handle of the big front door a p-ckage which, on examination, proved to t "An old re''C t lip yd from I sail 1.W years B. C." Yo i mijr p it w tho a money or price by callirg at thi o ice. - ireenvdie ( all. The editor hou l pitrorize a ( h.nee barber. In a lot of scrap and wato papr re cntly unloaded at the paper mill in Pa niyra were f nn I two lanl grants rufc'imint lr:nL the crnttirf f Jonn Aoam an I Martin n I.ur n. tia brat wa drawn ia 1510 for a r n f Virz-iv soil ar d the other iu 1S,0 for a stt on of ii.sippi. ( harle Markhani. a t-mnnan, wi. f 'in I in th rivr at Hay C.tv T ' nv.r-.mg bv the ten !r o' t Michi gan ( eMral ra Irosd t-r Cf, who wera wrracted to hm by h - vt help. Two aliitonsl railroad niei f r Dtta'e4 WA, '4 MS BSASFIELD'S FEMALE RESSUTO: ' i"gre:e-t rr cexa-a surh To I- '-'. i -kd ex.-r:a a wv---,it f- n t -.' - c i L( h v--, ty '1 t'r-:Vt- p-; f--f's y. !":';r:M. I!'t'fS ?. i -r--V g-:x -t?. - ! ! i r-v-' n ' ti f-. ir44, fT e r, aAr i'-r-m -" hnr'ntirT Ihii n-irO'i fritt e -t t." J T T-n.., V ,r. A. k . ty -, v t v t"' '--. Kilr Uii LiC AN ti 0 Ui ATW N Minn ai ii Prtsiieut .. i '! HiT: ! IteJUtia. i Vu tiesidcLt . .Weirax la v. 5tt Vuifc- elilL. I tr Gercor ...Jom T. Rita it Lai r 1 via.t.; J. 1 ir llettesaiii utnuor.. J. h,t Gisiii t w ii(.ri C'cbl!. Itr rcUiy tt p;u k W. Jocaia 1 1 Alari.ii uui f . lor Trcaurr.. Ji.tk.rtt i. HiTSa ut llouftttva i vuiitj. Tor Aalitvr Oruer-1 .... M.kLki VT.Tvaasa For .Attorney otrai (jitkiu J. Iuisaa ot Ottawa tMsi). ler Con uImI urr t ,,j Mate Laaa Off m JwM" J 15"T ot 'Hat-go County. Jtrtujit. Pvliu lujuuci u . li. R. Pmeiu. of IbaiLatu Couuty. Icrliembar l'oarl t.luoailu, ..E. A. Wuaos otanbureu Cvuuty. TO I' ILL rAC!l. For Secretary t Mat Jonn W, Jucm vl Mr;uette. For Justice ol tbe uprrm Court tlltl A. liuukia ot katoa. Cou( r.iaaaU ...Cou FtAki J. Iltcxia J ami o lo-atL JlLUC b( Koa oa. U. F. Tnoa4a . Cmasls a. biLiMAe . .-. p. L. aiuix . I'mur L. Wiium William tv LtM.' Jchn V. Moon .. ..Jam its Yak Ki keck Johm Avry .......B. M. TEfHlJiSOX First ritr t-t'Mud In a net 'lulr4 lMtinri Fourth lltrlct. Futii litrlct Mth Lttstriet eveDth Districts. KiKlitb Lnstrtct . .. Ntuth District.. Teutti District Kleuenih Lltrtct. laelttti Matrlct... Svnaturial llckat. Sixteenth District (0KU U. STEKITEE. Eeventeemh District EUMIND M. BARNARD. Baprvaentatl Ticket. For Representatives In tbe Legislature JhKEMl Ml 11. AMLIOON. WILLIAM ALDH1CU TAltiUJI. ELGEXK K. ALLLX. Second Reprraruutlve Mstnet ALo:iSil s H . wgfckl s ot Lowell, Third Kepresrrtatlve District yORTu.N F1TCU ot Fparta. County Ticket. Judge of Probtte CYKlS E. FERKINS. Register ef D-eda JulIN T. GOULD. Sharlfl ISAAC F. LAMOREAUX Treaaurer JACOB EISENUARDT. Oerk- FRAXKLIN' D. EDDY. FrcsscatlDK Attoruoy ALFRED W0LC01T. Circuit Court dm mi"t-iners t llAKLh.i W. .McijILL. JAMES A. LOVE. Coroners DR. M. AV. DANF0RT1T. DR. U. E. LoCilER County Surveyor I1IEOD0RE 0. WILLIAMS. were summoned and Ma'rkham was saved fr m drowning. Tbe bora of supervisors of Bay county on Tuesday t)ased a resolution to approj riate $1,500 lor the erection c l a building on the county farm for a hospitsl. There ik no room at the poor house suitable for sick people. Mtller & Turnt-r have deemed to re build their saw mill and salt block nt Bay City. It was in this institution that the big tire originated that de stroyed nt arly a million dollars worth of propei ty. A wild deer came out of the wocds near the West Iehpeming telegraph office Saturday and tne section bauds were so startled that they could only stare until the animal m.d disappeared. Fred Storey, a Lansing lad who has within the pa", two wet-its stolen a cow, a horse and buggy, two buffalo robes, two bicycles an. oio r p rsonal prop erty, was arrested at Mas n yesterday. The bankrupt state fair has decided to atomepi- 10 per cent of th pre miuras awarded, using up all tbe cash available. It is hoo i to r se the re maining 70 per cent in a ehor Mine. A Dimondale resident ot this local ity finished sinking a ninety-toot we 1 Saturday, and when pumping out the water a live tih nearly three inches long was brought to the surface. Frank Lee of Manistee wanted a gold ring badly but didn't have the stuff to buy. He stole it; eighy days in the Detroit house of correction. SENATOR FP.YE HAKTMAN'S ball Thursday evening. Buckle n'g Arnica Salve. Tbe best aivo iu the world tor cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns aud all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refunded. Price '2b cents per box. For sale by Peck Bros., drug gists, ocrner Monroe and Divsiou-st. It 0ari Cldt,CocbaBr TBroat.Crs-rp.Inflat. ta,"ArBoiBrCera. Brnrkititan4 Aitaaa. A rtrtala ar foe Contaapticn la first ttm.fr, as4 a rara relitf In as-kneed . TTm at oaoa. Yaq aril! tt eaoriVnt ffrt r taklnt; Um rtt ioi-. Eo!4 Vy a'alfra tTerywbara. Lary bottiat 0 wata an! Cnrea CoristiTnpt Conct, Crtwr. ira Throat. 5. !t W ' ITttfgUi r-i C.o'if. T -r a Laaa S4e. Rk or Chet 5hllon a roroua Flatttr wtil fia yr-t tifrfioa. ss eeota. SHILOH'S YITALIZCR. Vr T 8 Mwi!n.riataTv-ra, Tenn.,svit -SMlo W.w'JI AVr.H MT Li FK. I ennetV" if t i Vf rrrAy fnr t 'Vl " r-rrr ' Fr tT-iw-ri, Urer or KJ-lcey It- uble it exeeA Fru-e i h cm. CKILOH'sAcATARRH 03&jStZsn E M E D Y. Tt ywi a'an-h t TrT t' PnelT tt-Ul f.rin. ciire Frw H) r-a TMs In- e.fAV f tt '"" fn I trerot ' frmtsexi p-.fVh"S itne1 r ,4,J hj U OQ a r aeaotee to site aat.isf avti. tw AQVERTiSERS GET NIBBLES f ffi9i mt-H- s bt H Si-e T Zdwards Coupon Book 'tFT F" 1 A f T irtTlK F. k f.K li 1F. fr4 ?p 4. js : ?v. recast! s i y j(T 1 -; imk CURE! i L & 1. FBIEBM SPECIALS! i si TOMORROW-FRIDAY! I S,ooo yds Standard Prints 24c per yd (10 yard UHjtksV U 11 a. in.) 3,600 yds Canton Flannel 34C per yd 15 pes Turkey Red Table Damask 19c per yd 1,500 Steven's Linen Crash. . . 7c per yd 350 doz Oxford Bath Towels 5c each 350 doz Satin Damask color ed, bordered Towels. .. 5c each 200 doz All linen hemstitched Towels 25c each 50 doz Drawn work Damask Towels 19c each 1 lot Fleecy Blankets 69c a pair 1 lot Large size Bed Spreads 69c each 150 Turkey Red (full size) Spreads 75c each 150 Damask Lunch Cloths, white and col. borders. . 75c each 1 lot ChenilleTableSpreads (beautiful styles) 5 1.79 each We ehall open for this sale a new shipment of Lace Curtains. These goods nre full size, very hamUoinc patterns and would he considered cheap at $3.50 our price for this special 6ale will be S1.C9 per pair. GO THEY WILL TOMORROW COME EARLY and we will surprise you with the wonderful values we are giving. Ill MOT "Some men waste their mornings in anticipating their afternoons and waste their afternoons regretting their mornings." WE ARE TOO BUSY Selling UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY and GLOVES and all that pertains to man's comfort aud style. "We are the people" for FASHIONABLE HATS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Zierlyn 4 Carstcn's i NEW STOCK ! NEW LOCATION! SPECIALISTS IN DIAMONDS AND WATCHES. FFraIRI5 RIGKTLT 1".5K. 89 MOM JOE ST. WELL HHI:D, f-OON WED." GIRLS WHO USE S-A.3?OLjIO AKB gUICKLT MA JURIED. IKY IT IN TOUR NEXT HOUSE-CLAi:XL(i. t4 FRIDAY! 70 Ml) 72 E STREET. OUR DEEP WATER SOUVENIR will tk a crrn oxr. IT WILL CONTAIN A IT'LL AND tNABT?IIvrDKE- op or commercial Ferrer: AM) ar OL" i.tr.rnriAL rrrFmr. r I iiiLumnu, mo RUPTURES Destroy Comfort RUPTURES ARE DAKGEHDUS Ifciip tu res Omel ! ! Karaite r1al as-aratlsa, iruaa aaal. 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