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Is Hcil Irre IrreOeRtJIIIt11 Irr oeflU ocaLItIII ocaLItIIIi Itlll ItlllMIJ
MIJ 1 I 1111 tI IIP Ilrocnt Agltntlnn tatlon lias 1Ia Set Setlilt SetIII t4elIll
lilt III itace Far ar Hack In lrofrr lrOIrfIJlrJsO IrogressJrfSfl i ijirKSON
jirKSON > Mis IM April y ZIl1ov > Oov Longino Ixmglnowho
who o If I h nmkiiK km H canvass conA a of tho Stato 3t ttJ In Inopposition InOPr Inpoitofl
opposition OPr < J ln 10 Senator Money for the United Unitedfiiatcs tnltetl6atr Vnitedate
fiiatcs ate Sonatorshlpi is counted among tho thoconiervatlvu thotJnepallu theconaervatiVe
coniervatlvu element In Mississippi Ilsll llippi Ho Homay Hemal Honiav
may tw cald ai ad to represent thnt clement clomenthotii clementolh clementboth
both oo the th negro question and on all other otheri otherlsU otherisue
i lsU su < 5 wMch I leh come up for or discussion ro retarding roarclinS rogarthflg ¬
tarding State and national matters His HisbrotbornUtt 1119brtht1rnlall Illsbretrfl1a
brotbornUtt Edgar 8 WlUon Iison l k the thetnlted thefn thecited
cited fn tld suite Marshal 1 hRI here and Is regarded regardeds
as s the ndviter nclvltcrrefereo rofereo It Is cnlledof the thePr thtPretildect theprtdeet
Pr Pretildect ldem In the matter of Federal F erallppolnt erallppolntml1tll appoint appointment appointnflti ¬
ment in MUslwippI and the Governor Governorbimfelf OO Governorbiruelt rnor rnorhimfulf
bimfelf could fairly be Ill called ono of the themost themOlt thecot
most liberal and tolerant corutnictionlgU corutnictionlgUtf
tf f the AdniinistratlonH policy policyVhiln polloyWhlll P ° 110Y 110YWhI
Vhiln In his campaign c npeech IIp peachs oches s he hw hwdiscussed hILid hasdcuuOd
discussed d > CUMed the negro lauo Iiue au Injected into intoth Intothl Intoths
th thl campaign by the Presidents course courseduring coursedurfn courseduring
during the present campaign with more morenutrition moremohr morecoJritIon
nutrition mohr 1IIon ofexpnvsVoa oftxpro m thin ImSxiitor ImSxiitorMonay h1 his Snltor SnltoronIY 3nuorontiy
Monay onIY yet his view on the subject nre nreis nreI1rollounoed
is pronounced as are those of nil other otherfouthorn otheruthorn otheruthorn
fouthorn uthorn men Asked for an expression expressionef
of these view the Covernor made for THE Tue5ns THE5L1 TirtStr
5ns the following statement statementS
So 1 S = 0 far as the negro question In Missis Mississippi MIassppI ollslIssipp ¬
sippi ppI Is praetlrally and legitimately con conccrned conCtrned conerrned
ccrned tho status Is fixed for the present presentand preBentand presentand
and it will In my opinion remain thus fixed fixedfor f1coctfor fixedfor
for generations to come Under the opera operations operatons operatons ¬
tons of our present Constitution the negro negrola
la no longer a pol deal factor In the State StatePublic StatePubliC StatePublic
Public opinion against social equality Is BO BOtuiaolrooiw 50W1anlmoui souaauImou
tuiaolrooiw and positive among amon the white whitepeople whitepoplo whitepophe
people of the State that the negro could couldtake couldake couldtake
take no position though he were a political politicalfactor political18111r politicalfarter
factor which blch could even suggest the possi possibility possfLJUty peed peed1411ty ¬
bility of Ma attaining boolal equality with withtoe witht1e ith ithtDe
tDe toe whites and so far as a I am advised he Is lanot Isnot Isnot
not attempting to do so Such Ruch a position positioni
i Is wholly beyond the t he bounds of possibility possibilityor
or even plausible theory theoryThe theoryThe theoryThe
The states of the race is In my judg judgment judgtrJelit judgmerit ¬
merit Immutably established both by public publicopinion publioo Pubhlooplnon
opinion o lnon and the laws of the State and is islikely Islikply ishkely
likely to remain so for all time at least leastwithin leutwithin leastwithin
within the lives of the white men now nolIvns nolIvnsand living livingand Ilvngand
and I am unable to see < eo either the wUdom wUdomor
or justice Ju1tfceof of discussion of the negro ques question question fluesthen ¬
tion at this time rimen timeTbe timeTheonlyexplanat1on
n The Theonlyexplanat1on only explanation of such agitation agitationat
at present Ir nt is to b Ix found uncertain nctlcns nctlcnsof
of tho present national administration administrationIn I IIn
In Ii the th preferment Pflfe > rment of the rcgro In certain certainInfltancea crtaJnInRtllnce crta1ninstances
instances which hleh lies brought about I liri liritatlon It untatlon ri I ItatlO1
tatlon on th part pr of th the whiten toward the thePr thePre thePreIdeat
Pr Pre PreIdeat ideat and Incidentally toward the negro negroalso negroaIo I Ialo
also Th Indlanola post office aflaJr the theUooknr the13oinr I IlkIo1ar
Uooknr Washington Incident and th the > Crum Crumuppolntmcit CrumappIntmnt i
IppolDttn uppolntmcit Int have produced such disap disapproval disapprval ¬ I IprQY1
proval anJ Irritation of opublJo public sentiment eeatimontfcimj sentiment1T entimenta1n1f
fcimj 1T th tn t > wilt w tet j a as to precipitate a fao faorldoiu fll I Ittlolla Itltlona
rldoiu negro question Tho fold Incl Incldenw mddente
dente ent for the thesafleefleVr1in1art1ade < aws 4 leueuir nnr1tmade Iwvurriado it itpitwlble Itn itpsalbIe I
pitwlble n > Mlble to so arouse arouFe prejudice that men menwho j i
who < ho would ould not otherwife co do to will new newlUtav cc newti4tlI w wlIitH
lUtav att9itlvay attM lvtll or orwJth with approval to the thesJvOcay I InJvocacy i1t1locaoy
nJvocacy of propositions which If put Into Intopractlo I Ipractice
practice would be a great bar to eduea educnIIlInal educaiimai I Iifonnl I
ifonnl progress in the State StateWhatoer j
Whatever may be the ultimate results resultsft
ft i such untimely prejudices the fact ect re remiln rem renzi1n
miln m n that opposition oppoo > itlon to the negro hoe ha re rec ree rec
c lvJ d J ren9v renewed d vitality and new paaslona paaslonahivn plL passlon8hire slona slonahl
hire hl been b l aroused by what the Southern Southernf S3uthernTeopie
f Teopie > oopl regard as an unfortunate policy by
hi h Federal AdmlnlMrntion toward the thero thenegro
ro 11 negro ro The Presidents conduct in the thenutter thenntters theflutters
flutters above enumerated no matter how
vorthy may have been the motives prompt prompti
i i1 5 him hi < the effect of Injuring the negro negroliv ntgrnby negroby
by arousing the prejudices of certain of ofiln oflII
1 iln 11 > whitei ajaiust oalt1 t him and of making It Itmnu ItIIIn IttLtC
mnu IIIn dlfllcult for conservative con eratlve people to toInkl toIl tothe
Inkl Il > ld th the mire m > re Intolerant In check < and for forti fort
ti t csercise eri of that kindly sympathy f and andtipping slIdh andheping
tipping h jplnl hand which hleh thft superior rare might mightxtpml rnlllItInll mIghtttnd
xtpml Inll toward thlt th he negro tending cord IcWordth cordtI
th tI bfttermonl b ttermonL of his condItion Thus the tlenegroes tl thengroe e elI
negroes lI gr0P6 themselves thcmllvtlllre ore Injured on account accountof
of the engendered e endClIJd prejudices which polit
Kil I ll agitators eacorly i > dzc irc upon to ad advai adtheir adtheir
vai their political fortunes fortunesThe fortuneThe fortunesThe
The negroes n groc as a a nile In thin thl Stnte do doriot doMt rIocot
riot dream of social I < equality quallt or deplre prill
M I I suorena Iuprt n < v They The aro contested with
tMr h r status flxed by b law and by public publicMUlnjMt pubJlo0ltlm publicV publiceUimst
V MUlnjMt 0ltlm It and If lot alone would be happy
n b I their present pro ent condition and apr furrcticdir gs glln
in n the S guth Su > uth where the people knew them themWH
let WH a1d rd d are their herr ft fcndp
Th Thre ra is I no eilored Cor d man In Mississippi I Islppl
Thfi wh ht hS us more Influenoe with Ith people p ople of lilj liljorni 1113Own
Own race or who has morn generally thu thur thurepet
r repet r p > wt t of the whites whit than James Hill of
this thl city elt Ho Is a battlescarred veteran
or f R lhpulInln puhllo n politics at thit Dtirinrj Dtirinrjof Durln
tho th re recostnitlon o1 tMI tlnn spree h WilL S Sr lPtnry tnry
of Stato of Mssisslppl Whn In 1875 the theMr tleM theD52r
Mr M r > covernm government nt was put out and nearly nearlyMrybady nelLrlvrybdv nearlyryhdv
Mrybady connoctv < J with it Impeached 111 ched
Hill < TOS va the only one of the entire rroup rroupn roup
In olllec at the time wh who came out of It still stiliItalnln stillr
n r talnln > the retird re < rrd of the decent t eorlj 160rlor teopleof > eorljof
of the State The whites of o Mtoisslppl
Mn rwpwt for him then and thit re6p re6pot < 1t < it itBM
b ht BM Iron rttior thin cltnlnlshfld Ho II
JJvi vii 1 ft number of the Ifcpubllcan National
oniiittea and h hi was w ll nppolntcd bv the
iMrt l hit o HresHwt Pr al1nt MiKinley Register of Public Publicby
Ltll1 Ln it fp 1Int lH1t W wt r ra3tvoi l33iv131
by thft th whites wIth itb entire fquanimlty end endMr aDdacoulesco1ci and8CoUIescvce
acoulesco1ci
Mr Ir HUt like Broker > klr W9hlntton lisa lisatroa Iitsa I Ia
a 8tmnt troa adnUture ad1l tHre of white blood In hU hl hise1n5
veins e1n5 Rod nd like Ilk Booker Washington W1IIhll ton also I
takes the position po ltlon that tho future ot o the thenero
ne negro nero ro depends cIepen UDOII tho negro himself himselfCondition
H blIee h lleye In fu full ICqulfIJoence In present I
Condition In all thut touches t < social equality cqu lIty
and na the Constitutional C < m tltutlonal provisions pro IIlotl ro regard nrd nrdP
in nit the ballot He Voll a close friend ot
P DJIIChMj ughM anj nd had many conferences with
hb W wwrdln r Jaldir what w wa i3 < best calculated
to promot Mmllt the true tru welfare of the nroes nroesi n roES
in th the South Long b before fore Booker Wash
In Qns i s work began both Doutclnss Doultl nnd I Inegroes
Hill rchfd the opinion that the only
rafllln1 way or IIftlnrt hIftIn the recently em
fhlllj fFdd1SCCI hs1 negroes upward upwardwas all to teach toachhtom
thern htom h1hit of Indu industry trr and open up to
t tha 11 IWll1l1es of mwr141 I1dvance1lRnt I
It t was i1 the Idea I > 1 of If Mr Hill to begin be ln this thiscl thisIllne
Illne line M work hy some industrial enterprIse
cl in n wffh wItteli hch the negroes nttro could participate participatewmc l I Iome
ome little tltno ago he organized a com comptny
ptny iay to in IU > Into the manufacture of cotton I
lIe MS st t out to build a cotton factory here I If
which hich hould 00 owned and operated cx X
Cllu cIusiya1 iol hy negroes The plan met with th thlerty the
hearty f lerty rty approval of the lx o8t > st of the white hIte hItehre I
i 7nt hire h1t White men offered to nub I Iwm Inl
wm cnlm nl l liberally for the stock But u that i I
Jia ras as nrr nro in It linn lnf with ith Mr Ir Hills Hili project
He 9 wnt ws > d all tho stockholders to bo hI no
grora grOf HI Ills stock subscription books wore 1 ro
open ° P n to p poop1 pe of tint race alone and the th6Ths th
ntllrpriV WAS explained to them far and andTts
wlril
wlrilTh
Ths Th Mib AUbcrlptlona crlptlona cam In In a way lIy that
was a craiifyjrg and full of o hope The ThlhlliCrn Th
P5ger hlliCrn Kcrn 8 of f the ngrws to particlpito In Indollar
t th elltprpr Ilferp and the wo way thl they cam
fOMlIrrl with their tiny uLFcril1ilon of
a dollar h hro ro and A dallnr ct dohlnrther lInr Miorif thJNI is deHcril described detterlbedy > ed edmant
by > y the whltl TmPthrrl < with Ith the move
mant mentuICI nd there th re wen > hundreds of them themTh
IS 5 fotm MlnsthIng thlnl pat pathutlo htlo
Th cotton mill nrojfct wan M going on
S tlrl IT The AdrrUniHtratlon Admn rrCljct ti rtlf > n of Presidfnt I
MpRlnUy f KInIy wa was l < a BO rapidly doing away with ILh
lnnitl irrItatIon ° fndlullcfllln and radicalism 011 ° n the negro negrotijroea
question that all people herewhites and
tijroea alike were ere looking forward 10
olloh IJS IUl era ° of ° r tranquillity i ihato Md settled and
antothlo nl oblt
relations between tho
races all the
Sat at hud never known since th the war In
Inct that condition actually ox oxt oxillted and
Hpparontly there was nothing nothilo on the horl
7on to Interrupt t It Ifnes
Party fries that had hadIIUHUJ
I their basIs almost e1tlrol etirely on sectIonalism
were unccrmhoJ IIUHUJ or J ill actUlllly giving wa
At t tho time the th n njll negro negroes worn way noisily
c jll Ihratjllg > ratiils the hut ile ileJiPKlnley Iectlon of PresIdent
JiPKlnley whto wit ht te Democrats s were quiotlv quiet lv
cflabratlng it with beaming faces and an i
mU1I11 c congratul ° nStiilitlons ulons As one nartic particI
ulirly loud whoop wont nt up from the ne ¬
I
troef an oldtll11e Demccrat who was
with wit h a party of friends near by b said
I I never expected to live to s t ti the day
when I would be glad to hear the darkies darkiesI
I I celobrtlng oi V 1 a i political > victory > njiuij ctory but uui i I have hacI nave
I The 1 M last dish of crow served up by b the
Kansss City Co ivontlon hud just about
reachd the th endurance EJ1 umnoo of the Democratic
njuth s stomact Even now you OU hear It
fltLby slId by people p opll liora on all hands th tht t had
McKlnloy lived through his second term
the th balid S lId thlOlIfh
> Sauth would have been n a thing
of I the ho mot motSo ntS I
So S nil pe pople plo pi were happier here In Miss I1 R II
Issppl than thy th y lud III d ever been since the thewar thowar thewar
war Prosperity Prall Arlty WM everywhere manE ¬
feat Tho Tim Hill III I negro cotton factory out
11 101 ° < waJ was ros rosy > Then cllTt came > e Prosfdant PrP8 dint
JIcKtnl McICinIys > ys death and following quickly
on the heels of that a course adopted by
the th Administration whch at one swoop 8WOOPI
put back affiirs by b hilf a 1 score of years
I Irritation and and prejudic3 that hid all but butI
I died out were pre revived and invccrattd invccrattdi Inv1gcratidwith d dI
i with a long Ic lee tf cf life Welcomed Welcomedcorrospondingiy
I jo Jvottsly ou6Iy by the agitators and the actIve actIveradicabt I < II 0 0radlcaLI
radlcaLI it wa was correspondingly corn > spondlnjrly deplor deplord d
by the thoughtful Hnd > nd conservative cons < natlvt Upon
I ths th negroes nel1ro 5 tlv effect efT ct was lmmdlate Imu dlat and nodto
to such badcrs I ndr us If 11111 most depressing dfpn > sslnK I
I W Ve e have not given up the cotton mill millproject mothproject nUlrroject
project rroject by b nny tlv mean he said todav
I but the course of President Roosevelt Roosevelti Roo evelt eveltI
i has Rreitiy crltl Injured iw Subscriptions SubscrlptloMpraotlcally RubfcrlptlonaI Subscriptionsnractictliy
praotlcally ceased CCI ceased ed coming right I ht on the
I heels of events shot ion o roused the whites whittsI
The colored people who wero tro hopeful and andn
I I assured n urod under u dor the conditions that were weroexisting wereexl wereexisting
existing exl tlng became filled with uncertainty uncertaintyj
nil to t the Ie future Mnny of them on eventalked
j talked to me about Bishop Turners plan planof I
of an Afrlain colony It did a very er groat
Injury to the people opJI of my race here hereI
I One of the direct results of the prelim ¬
mary talk about the appointment of Crum Crumi Crumalld Crwnand
i and of the Booker Washington Ww lngtoli matter at ati atthe atthe
i the White House was the mooting of the thepeople thepeople theI
people of Indianola at which the colored coloredpostrnKtre coloredFtrn coloredostmktrecs
I
postrnKtre Ftrn tr811 fl there was WII reqiiivted to resign ro81 n
I That hat would never have occurred occurred but for
the irritation caused n ed bv I > the Presidents Presidentsciurso lre Petldentscurso ld8nts ld8nts01UISO
ciurso And what ho did was uncalled for
The white men of the Siuth S 1uth do not dislike dislikethe dislikethe
the colored people They ThQ like them and anI anItr andthe
the tr colored people like the Southern Ihu horn whiten w lte3
They know kilo and understand each other otherThc otherThcl otherThc1
Thc relations would be friendly and with withOUt
out friction If they were left M 1 tiienelvai tiienelvaiBut tltenel I
But I am ijoint on with the cotton mill millprolect
profcct protect It U discouraging dlscoura lnlt now no but I 1bellfwe
believe confidence will come back Tha Thawhite
whites would subscribe now just as they they
will II subscribe to build our ctiurolies Cl1urc cues les and andonr Ilnijotr antiotr
otr school 5c0 < 1 But that was not th the desIgn deslcnWe deslnWe desIgnWe
We wished to IC start a fsctory of If our own ownTile ownThe
Tile fact tint we hid h d dons BO 0 would en encourage encourage encourave
courage others to try It would ould ba the theheltlnnlng
beginning of a field of Industry for the th thSoutlern tIeSouthern
Southern colored peoplo that might m ht and
I believe would roach far and bo of great
and lasting benetlt Wo have received reoehf > d dMtbaok a asetback
setback by the course of tho AdmlnUtra AdmlnUtratjpn Admtniatrattort dmlntstrltlon
tjpn I believe however how er it will be only onlya onlyasetback
a setback We will nucoeod l < ucoeo1in In the end endBy endBy endBy
By throwing otwri fJ to tl the th negroes the theFederal t e
d1oMl of hope M repreente representedeva bva few fdWFedernl fewFederal
Federal offices there has been bee brought broughtabout I Iabout Iabout
about here he e In Mississippi a 1 cimpaign to toclo tocise I IChM
clo ChM the oioolhouse door of hope and a actnte aptRte a aptqte
ctnte of affairs that at least by b a rood deal dealdelays dlllldelayR dealdelays
delays the openlnt of an Industrial door doorof dooror doorof
of hope Tho schoolhouse > door of hope hopawill hopewill hopevihl
will not lx h > clood and the industrial door doorof doorof doorof
of hope ope in the end will be opened openedThe openpctTho openedThe
The cluck has been put back that In nil nilAnd allAnd 11 11And
And the partcularly unfortunate feature featureof
of it nil is L that it came at a tlmo when cordial cordialrelations cordiAl1f cordialrelations
relations 1f Iltlonl between the races were estab established estabIlRhed estabilahed ¬
lished on lines satUfnoory Mt lfRo > oT both to whites whitesarid whltellInri whitesnd
arid nd to blocks Hnd whici apparently wore worebaeud worebaEod worebased
based on a lasting foundation foundationOOV toundntlonGO
OOV GO ov RACIIELDERS FUTURE
Report n J1ort Tint lie IVUhes WI htl to DP Pmldti Pmldtiof IrtRlct IrtRlctor
or III His States Agricultural Cnltrcr CnltrcrNASHTU coltegeNisTfTts olltEt olltEtNA31lTU
NASHTU N H April SO SOPollticlanll SOPollticlanllbellee 30PoliticIansbelieve Politicians Politiciansbellave
believe that Oov Bioholder will be ap appointed appintd appinted
pointed nnd tint ho will accept tho presi presidenoy presldoncy presidency
denoy of the State Agricultural College CollegeI
I at Durham ad alJino Jin another to tho sur surprises surI surprisas ¬
prises of his ncl nmUtritlon Gov Bach Bacheldir nacheldlr Bachelder
I elder b before fore his nomlmtion held eevera1 eevera1Biiuill eeverlllIlnall severalinuthl
Biiuill offices such as Master aster of tho State Statoi St1toOrange StateGrange
i Orange secretary cretlry of ° f thQ th ho State Board of ofAgriculture o oI ofAgriculture
Agriculture chairman of the Stilts Cattle CattleCommlBslon CattleCommlrislon CattloConlmissiorl
CommlBslon the joint remuneration of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
I
which footed up to a very comfortable comfortablestipend comfortablestipend comfortablestlpnd
stipend stipendWhen stlpndWhen
I When he ran for Governor his friends friendsbelieved fMendabelieved fgj nd ndbelIeved
believed that he hI was ns unwise to relinquish relinquishthese rellnQultibthelle relinquishtiwse
these permanent pf > rmancnt places for two years in inthe Inthe inthe
the executive chair at a moderate com compensation compensatlotl cornpensation
pensation But Mr Ir Bicholdor Holved the theproblem theproblem theproblem
problem by continuing to hold most of the thloffi th thoffices
1 offices offi < cs elnce his hi Inauguration Many per perlIOns perSons
sons conclude that he will manage to fulfil fulfilthe fulftjthe ulJUthe
the duties of president of the collegu without withoutrellnqulahlng withoutrelinquishing
relinquishing the Governorship or any an of 01tho oftho
tho lesser posts p sr Tho college presidency presidencypiys presidency11YS presidencylY8
piys lY8 1000 a year the Governorship orx orxand 000find OOOend >
and tho other jobs are estimated to pay payI3000
13000 13000Dr 1000Dr I3000Dr
Dr Murkland was forced for d to resign lIlgn th thpresidency tJw tJwpreeldency thpresIdency
presidency of the college collegtlleoause I > ecause the Legis Lelalaturo Legiilaturo
laturo refused to make the annual appro approprlatlon approprlatlon appropriation
prlatlon unless h be did aa 8 Hn rArrled on onthe enthe
the work of the Institution Inatitutionalnes slncn liaremya liaremyato 1t8 remfall remfallto
to Durham to the apparent HHI NtIIfactlol1 Iwfaction of ofthe ofthe
the trustees but of the twelni I1I tru trustees trultffSbfs1dell trusteesbdes t es esbrsdes I
brsdes i the he Governor the terms of seven sevenexpire evcnoxplro
expire during the administration of Gov GovBichslder GovBon 0evBachelder
Bichslder Bon lder and it was apparent that he heheld heheld
held tim key to tlio t hf situation situationThe IIltuationThe eituatioAThe
The chief attacks on the college have havobeen hAvlbeen havebeen
been made hi the paper of which E En EnM Eenr EenrIll > nry nryM
M Putney brotherinlaw to the be Governor Governoris
is editor Mr Bacholdor a llIplredtn spired to the thepresidency thepresidency thepresidency
presidency of th tM college when Dr Murk Murkbnd Murlcland
land was appointed and the reason given givenfor givenfor givenfor
for not giving him the place was that ho hohad hobAd hohad
had no college degree degreeVE1P degreeE1f degreeXEW
VE1P E1f SCHOOL AT T HARVARD HARVARDTo 114 RV4RD RV4RDTo
To Include Study Srcd of EducatIon and Training Trainingof TratnIn TratnInor
of Teacher TeachersCLMrnstv4tE i iCLMPRIMK
I
CLMPRIMK Mass May I IHanam IHanamwill Harvard Harvardwill
will expand her prvs PIsout tit department d partmlnt of ofeducation ofeducatIon I Ieducation
education into a school of education as assoon uIOOn sesoon
soon as the necessary nfWl ry funds l d4 are afl IS cured curedTlie curtdThe curedThe
The plan In Its general g nr41 fiaums has re rectIvcd reC zeceived
ctIvcd C < hCd the approval of Pr President sldtnt Eliot EliotThis EliotThill EliotThis
This sdiooi hool which hih Is dorigiiud d llgllud to carry carryon carryon
on mor Ail initqiJoIiy > Ttal < ilio ho pr ptSo > nt twofold twofoldaim twofoldaim
aim of tho departni dpart diartimsssit ni nsmnly the study studyof studyof I
of educatIon and the tralnlnic of If Uachcrs Uachcrsprincipalh tfachrreprlncfpal UacheraprIncipals
prIncipals und 6upriint 6uprtintndunta < ndunta would like liketlio likeUlf likeUrn
Urn collttg th the salontlflc school and the thegraduate thegra thegraduate
graduate gra ualu school hi h und uncllr r the lmn ImnlIato ImnlIatocurl imndiablcLrg dlati dlaticLarg
curl of th tin faoultvof facuttyofarta ai al1M U and ld 8cli 10h110 scIeaosIn > nocx nocxIn <
In addition to the pivsjnt pNII Jnt work of ti tidHpartmunt tilr the thedlpaiimouL
dHpartmunt lr > aMmuut mirwrvliiara rvl > of tho flio art artphysical arts artsphysical artsphysical
physical training riisio and drawing drawingand drawlOtal1d drawingand
and In Radclltft l dcllff of the th klndjrgarton and anddomisrlc nOlidonwsllc antiIofllVStIC
domisrlc arts would rioflvj iustrucUoa iustrucUoafor
for which wJ oh thvrv thv Is n no provision provisionThrvo provllonTill provisionThime
Thrvo Till m < tines In the Interest of the theplan ilieplnll theplait
plan have > nlrtady rx lVaen n held hfldFor htIdfor heldhor
For tile scliumu as a whole Prof Pro ProfBanua ProfBanuatstirnat Eanua Eanuautlmat Hanua Hanuai
etimat i s that an endowment of about aboutWO000 ahoutZtOOOO illoutwVsooo
ZtOOOO WO000 which would yield an annual annualIncome annualKOme annualinvents
Income KOme of about 80000 0 00 I is neoMMtr
LOWGOODTOTflERORALPRESS LOWGOODTOTflERORALPRESSEIGHTY LOW GOOD TO THE RURAL PRESS PRESSElGllTI PRESSEWIIT
EIGHTY COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS NEWSPAPERSGET NEIrSPA PERR PERRGET
GET THE CITY lTY DOD ADS ADSReturns ADSReturns ADSItcturns
Returns by b Way of DId for Bond Very VeryScattering crr crrSeatttrlns eryScatterIngame1y
Scattering ScatterIngame1y INamely amtJ One From S Hra HrarUie Sracuss > r rruie
ruie and One From nochetter RocheaterA RocheaterAlnllulllloUi ItoehesierALnsiilnious A ALnanlmotu
Lnanlmotu Vote ote to Try Experiment ExperimentThe pertnllmt pertnllmtThe
The lion Both Low has been shaking shakingthe
the sprinkling pot of patronage over the thewhole theholo thewhole
whole holo State In ae systematlo a manner as 811If asIf
If he had decided not to succeed Horace HoracePorter HoracePorter RoracePorter
Porter as Ambassador to France but to torun torun torun
run for something on tho State ticket ticketSlnco tlcletSinco ticketSince
Since the Mayor hitched up with Oov OovOdell OovO 0evOdell
Odell O flll he has been convinced of the absurdity absurdityof
of o some of the theories of public service serviceheld ence enceheld scrviceheld
held by college professors and tho like likeA likeproof likeA
A proof of 0 It has come home this week weekwhen weekwhtn weekwhen
when bills were rendered to the city of ofXew ofNew ofNew
New York by eighty newspapers printed in incities Incities Iacities
cities towns villages and hamlets of the theState theState theState
State for the publication of advertisements advertisementscalling adrtlsementecalUng advertisementscalling
calling attention to a recent sale alo of city citybonds citybonde citybonds
bonds bondsThese bondeThso bondsThee
These advertisements were placed by bythe b bthe bythe
the Board of City Record which consists consistsof
of the Mayor 14or Comptroller Grout and nndCorporation ondCorpomtlon andCorporation
Corporation Counsel Rives mo It has been beenusual b beenusual fln flnulIllll
usual for the city to insert In financial financialpapers financialpaperA nanoIalpapers
papers and in certain New York dailies dailiesadvertisements dalUeeadvcrtllcmenta dailiesadvertisements
advertisements calling attention to the themore themoro thenioro
more detailed statement In the City Retard RetardWhen Rtcordo11on RccordVhen
When o11on tho city was ready to advertise the therecent therecent therecent
recent sale of 2500000 worth of Stf 3 > per percent percent percent
cent city bonds a meeting of the board boardwas boardWall boardwas
was held The board had a list of papers paperswhich papetllWhfh paperswhIch
which It had used In the lie past pastThe paltThe pastThe
The Mayor enlarged the list said 1I ld Comp Comptroller Cjmptroller Cemptrohler ¬
troller Grout yesterday Mr Grout did didnot didnot didnot
not say this In h criticism for ho approved of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the act and voted for it itThe ItThe itThe
The board did it as a an experiment experimentsold
sold Comptroller Grout We used to toadvertise toadvertise i iadnrtille
advertise In newspapers news aper8 In large cities cltleaoutside citiesoutside I Ioutside
outside the State of New York but wo wofound I IfOUDd
found that that did not bring results be because i icame
came these th bonds are exempt from tau txation taxition I
tion only when held In the State of New NewYork S NowYork W I
York So we quit spending money outside outsidethe ouu1dethe outsidethe
the State In all the small places through throughthe
the Stato there aro wealthy men or estates estateslooking Estat estateslooking l llooking
looking for safe investments We thought thoughtwe
we might reach them th m In this way It may maynot maynot maynot
not bo profitable We cannot t tell ll until we I
have tried it Since the Charter was wasamended wuamended wasanended
amended to to shut out the all or none bids bidswe bidswe
we have had to look around for small In Investors Inestors investora ¬ I
vestors The bond brokers used u to get gatall gettogether
together in a combination and gobble up upaU upall I
all the bonds by submitting a price which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was for the whole issue When 11en that was waschecked WIUchecked waschecked
checked by the Charter amendment the thenumber thenunlber thenumber
number of bids from coin few lie ew York sources sourcesdecreased IOUIOtSdeorelloS sourcesdoorensed
decreased decreasedtloned deorelloS doorensedMr d dIr
Mr Ir Grout was told that lawyers quet quetloned f
tloned the power powerot of the theBvRrd Board of City Record Recordto I Ito
to advertise in all these thieeeoutof4own outoftown Qutot t wtl papers papersOne pllJXfI1One papers0e I >
One section of the Charter says on that thatpoint I Ipoint II IIn
point pointla I
In cue however of the sale al of bonds or orstocks ortocka oratock
stocks of Mid city or of any real estute eltll be b
lonrln lontitothee4t toths ertrr ett such dwtiseni idvertis nle i ts tsmay tsmay tamay
may be al also o Inserted h erted In inch ether i ews ewspapers V Vpapers
papers published pUbU hed In raid l1ld city New York VorkAX Torklas
AX sai4 aid board may ma d determIne Mroiloe In the rase cU essi of ofeach ofeach ofeach
each sale saleTha saleTha
I
Tha Comptroller Comptrol1erthousht thought th the bs b bard ard rd had hadample hIdample hadample
ample authority In tho sentence imme immediately Itnmlldilltply Immediately ¬
diately following the one quoted It says saysBut lay layDut sayaHut
But nothing herein eortnired shall pre prerent flreert grevert
rent ert the publication eliewh el eIseere e tlre re of any ad advcrtlJonurt lidvcrtlomert Advcrtiemert
vcrtlJonurt required hv law Ill provided how however h hecr however
ever that no suck publication pu lclltlon shall b be mudu muduunl mud mudunle macisunless
unl unless > a tho same Is I autborlred by concurrent concurrentvote concurrraloto concurrentvote
vote of tUeVembers tbe members of paId Hid board
Mayor Low made sure that all the people peoplewho peopleho peoplewho
who ho trade at the fomous grocery store of ofMatthews otMatthewl ofMatthews
Matthews A Co In Newburgh and all the thepeople thepeoplo thepeople
people who dwell in blessed proplrqulty proplrqultyto
to Oov 00 Odell ehould know of the chance chanceto chan chanto
to invest The nil advertIsement vert Isement was 1111 sent sentto sentto lentto
to the Newburgh News the Newburgh NewburghRtgitter Newbur NewhurghRcgiiet h hRcgiter
Rtgitter and the lie Orange County COUllt Preit PreitTo PrellTo ircaTo
To realtac Just how generally the Mayor Mayornewepapeis MayorpIS5Idd MayorposseIVpie
pIS5Idd posseIVpie pie one moot mn dO1 this thillP1rtIaJ thispartia
P1rtIaJ Jt newepapeis that got the citys citysThnfHpn citysmnllili citysmoos
mnllili moos moosThn i iTh
ThnfHpn Th Thn Independent and Republican Republicantho
the NjUHvffrenfaff N rlrrnlng 1ienng Star the Port Jenis JenisUnion JerisUnion JervlsUnion
Union 1PB Port Jervls Jen Oatttte the th Scho Schohario Schoharlo ho hoharie
hario Rtpublitan the Lockport I < Union UnionSun Uni UnionSun on onSun
Sun the Glens Foils Star tho Malone Malonefarmer Mal MalOneFarmer ne neFarmer
farmer the Delhi Qatettt the Coboea CoboeaDispatch Cobo CohoeaDispatch 1 1Dispatch
Dispatch the Onfonta Herald the Monti Monticello Monticello J1onticello
cello RepublicanWatchman tho Little LlttlaFalls LittleFalls LittleFalls
Falls Journal and Courier the LowvtlU LowvtlUj LowvWaJournal
j Journal and Republican the New Rochelle Rceb l1e l1eParagraph
I Paragraph the Saratoga Count Ccvntj OtJntll H Demo Dtmocrat Democrat Zmocrat
crat the Chennngo Union the Batavia
Afeir Newalhe theSuffolkfluf the Su Suffolk Qlk DulleIn the t ho Mount Verrion VerrionArguhd Vrt vnoArgusthe n nArglUt
Arguhd ArglUt the OsslnlngDtmetralic OsslnlJl Dltlccrtstc Repulse Repititrthe the thePutnam thePutnam
Putnam County Courier the Owcgo 010GazeftG OwegoGazeUe
Gazelle the Yale County Chronicle the thoNiagsra tboNlaaua theNiagara
Niagara Falls Journal the OtMgo Farmer Farmerthe FaNnrthe Farttitrthe
the Chonango Telegraph the Jamestown JamestownJournal JamNtoWIIJournal JamestownJournal
Journal the Corning Cornln Democrat the Ogden Ogdensburg OgdenburR Ogdenburg
burg Republican the Kingston Freemen Prttmantho
the Whitehall Chronieb the Rome Sentinel Sentineltho SI1tIIneltho Ssniinthe
tho Italian Evening Brenin Bulletin place pc of publi publication publication pubilcatIon
cation not sUUdth Boretogian 8 r4lop 4n the tiocounfry Albany AlbanyCountry Alban AlbanCounnOeltllmolt
Country CounnOeltllmolt Gentleman the t H Herklmlr rklmer Demo ey
crai cr tho Riverhcad Aetrs the Watertown WatertownStandard WatertownStandard WatertownStandard
Standard the Portchst r Enterprise and andthe andthe andthe
the GloversvUle Glol rslIle Leader LeaderThis LtaderThis LeaderTills
This docs not pre pretend end to be a 1 complete completell
ll list t Over forty rortyother other newspapers nowlIP8 > ere printed printfdthe printdthe printedthe
the advertisement It was found too toobetween tooootlfeen toobetween
between jokes jokesin In some someof of the thaonnile comic weeklies weeklieswhich weeklieswhich weeklieswhich
which however are printed In New York Yorkcity Yorkelty Yorkcity
city and may be assumed ume4 to have currency cUJ1enoyIImon cupenoyamong
among IImon men of money as well as barbers barbersof
of saving tendenclftAwho lendenolM who have been looking lookinglbout looklagabout
about for or Investments invest menta since eh ne the Louisiana Louisianagain LouisiaiLtterystopped
Lttery Ltterystopped top using them al agencies agenciesSomo genCJeeRomo
Romo In inquiring ulrlng minds have looked for torthe forthe
the fruit II o of the thete Adertl a lvertLemnts lMl1t Beyond Beyondthe
the practical help then they v may have been to tothe tothe
the Mayor Md b hIs l IX political loa team mate the tbeIlln thegain
gain Illn Is 18110t not tangible When the Comptroller Comptrolleropened Comptrolleropened Comptrolleropened
opened the bids he found on one from the thehas theCHena theClomis
CHena Falls insurance Company which whichhall whIoihas
has a Now York omen one from the he Com Commercial C ogj ogjmerolat rn rnmerclal ¬
mercial Bank of Syracuse S and one from fromtho fromthe fromthe
the Rochester Trust and Safe Deposit De osit Com Compiny Compm Coinpifl
piny pm A New York bank bid for the Roches Rochester Rochator ¬
tor Savings Bank Other outoftown bIds hldscanw hid bIdscams I
cams from Cleveland one Boston one oneCincinnati onej oneCincinnati
Cincinnati one on Milton Pa P one and Wash Washington W8Ahbutlon WashIngion ¬
ington D C one oneThere oneThere oneThere
There wasnt a bid from Newburgh or orDelhi orDellli orDelhi
Delhi or Schoharip or Suffolk or Osslntng Osslntngor Olnln Olnlnor
or Corning C3mll1 or Whitehall or any of th thBlaces tblacell thplaces
Blaces places lacell where the country papers went ent except exceptlens ex exceptGlens pt ptGlene
Glens lens Falls and the insurance company companythat oom companythat n7 n7that
that bid from therehas there ball a New York ofToc ofTocit
it being the fire Insurance company whoa whocofiftydollar wh whoafiftydollar t tIlftydoUar
fiftydollar shares hare sell i1 at 11100 II COO The Thewealthy Thewealthy ii iiwealthy
wealthy farmers and the estates lookirg lookirgfor loolr I Ifor
for Investments invetentl didnt put in I any n bldi bldias bicl biclOne bid bidOne
One gentlomn gentleman at Eton Easton p Pa bid for two troof twoof
of th the 110 100 bnds bends ad and Bnt sent along ong S se Ch Chas caal caalas
as evidence of good Intent IntentT IDtcntIn latentIn
In the awar award go of th lbs honda the ReMt ReMtTO Rotheste RothesteT
T TO qt < t and Safe Sfe Deposit Dept Company got lt ISOOOO ISOOOOth aO oooo oooothy
th thy Syracuse Srmc Trust Trst Company got KOOCO KOOCOnnd ao 6000oand
nnd the ie Now York bank bk which bid for the theRochester theRoche theRoeheter
Rochester Roche ter Ravines Rvng Bank Bnk Rot ot 100 200000 A ACleveland AClolpland ACleveland
Cleveland Ohio bond bnd broker brollr who bids bid on onbond onbond onbond
bond sales all al aftover over ovr the United Unte States Slate got ot otO otIooco
150000 O sO AU the le rest were wer sold eld In 1 New Newayor Iew IewYork ew ewYork
York ct city In lag large and NW smaJ Iot iota iotaIt
It Is Id said that Mayor ayor Low Lo was oroewhit somqwhatsurprised oroewhitsurprised hat hatIUrr
surprised IUrr to find that tttNe N New w York l city cty was woiafur wuat wasftci
at afur ftci all a a prett pr good market mk 1 j
I
The Depositors Deio lo Account Acounl De Department DepHment Dipzrtmtnt ¬
partment pHment l I Ii a devttopmnt It Itenable I itenables
enable custom cusom r > to lace id idvantage tjrlle afvntage
vantage rlle of our econopiies econofles free teas teasthem KM KMthem
econojle
them thm fr m the Inconvenience Incon nlence of ofpavlnc ofJavlni ofpaving
paving Javlni for foods eods at the coun counter CountH counter ¬
ter or at their doors dor when they theyare tht theyare
I are delivered dtler d and all al the while whilethdr whie whilethclr
their balances blfancs are re drawing drwlnr 4 p per perenL pzrcent r rcent
cent Interest per annum annum
i
Fine Dress Goods GoodsSwe GoodsSweping Sweeping ping Reductions Reductons attfjffis attfjffisThe l Tn 1t5z 1t5zThe r rThe
The sale was decided upon a few hours before this announcement went to press pressA
A spontaneous spontaneols decded offering of the seasons representative weaves at prices prces unrivalled unrivalledfor unrivaled unrivaledfor
for economy Not an oldtimer old timer in the lot not a I hasbeen Every yard is is new newand newand newand
and fresh freshplain plain and novelty effects effecsboth effectsboth both good and beautiful beautiful beautifulThe
The magnitude of the movement is 911 on a scale in keeping with Macys Macysthe Macysthelargest t the thelargest
I largest store in the world devoted to retailing II III
Our Former Prices Pries 69c to tq 124 124Foreign 124At
At At49C 49C 49CForeign
Foreign and Domestic Domestc Dress Goods in ineluding Including Including
cluding eludingEtamines cludingEtammes cludingtarnines
Etamines tarnines Canvas Canv Voiles Voies Fancy Voiles Voies oiIes Checked CheckedVoiles CheckeVoies CheckelVoiles
Voiles Voies Veilings Veilngs Tweeds Tweds Mixed Cheviots Ch viots Prunih PrunihCloths Prun Prun1tCloths h hClohs
Cloths Black and Navy Sicilians Siclam Whit = Mohairs Moh irs with withhailline withhailline
hailline ha Ile stripes stripe Slikwarpe1 Slkwar Cepes Cep s 44 to 54 in i
Parasolsist Floor FloorParasols FloorParaDlsul FloorParasolsun
Parasols ParaDlsul Parasolsun un urled they foit t01t above abovebeautys abve abvebeautys abovebeautys
beautys had hadcreamy creamy or colorbright colorbrightoriflammes colorbrght colorbrghtorifammes colorbrightoriflmrnes
oriflammes orifammes of pwce an1 an fashion fashionTheyve fa fashionTheyve hiol
Theyve burst through pce their ther shielding shieldinghusks shieIhng shieIhnghusks shieldinghusks
husks of tissue tisue paper paperhu huee e bloom bloomlike bloomlke bloomlike
like lke conceits con eit of lace and chiffon chltonand chiffonarid chiffonaridare and andare
are ready to play their exqulste part pr in inthe inthe Inthe
the realm of outdoor Dress Dr s Tht Th grace graceof graceof
of them cant cnt be interpreted by types typesOnly lypesOnly
Only eyesight can cn do that thatAmong thJt tbatAmong
Among the th trtttlut prerlut g guns < m ma In tbedfiplay tbedfiplayis tb the dhplay dhplayi diiphsyis
is i a Parasol P arol of real r al Maltese Malee lace lac en enhanced < n ntunctd nhanc
tunctd hanc d with chiffon cblon rufflis ruUI s long t ev CIIVd CIIVdivory rvd rvdivory d dhory
ivory handle S5 5044 < Another Anoth r striking strikingnovtlty snlklngnov sulkingnovdty
novtlty nov It has a real al Cluny lace cover
5056 5056At 5 5056At 5L 5LAt
At S388A 3698 3898A A Parirol Paraol of 0 real Spanish SpsnlshUce Spanishlaceh SpanishlaceIts
Uce laceh itt richness will wlntmly Intcnclfy when the thesuns thesuns I Isuns
suns rays glint glnr through the silky ucurial ucurialpattern uculialptrn ctcurlalpat
pattern patternThis ptrn pat tern ternThis
This Point de P Paraguay r euay Parasol Paral misted mistedwith mIstedwih mistedwith
with wih shimmering chiffon chion ruUlts rflls is 2538 2538end 2536ad 2535end
end ad alongside alongide of it tempting telptlng admlra admlration admlratlon admlration
tion lies le one of Irish Point lice at
2916 The Ecru Ecr Point de Venise VeniseUce Venle VenleLace VcriseLace
Lace Praso Praell is a trophy at 1990 1990And IUt 1096And I
And there th e is a host hOI t of smart smar Club Coach Coachings Cacb I IIUiplaln ilagsplain
ings IUiplaln lagsplain plain J embroidered cmbrCldrd and Perslancd Perslancdtalfetu Pmlaed Pmlaedtalrtul PevslancdtfetuahIb
tfetuahIb talfetu also n VWtIl H Pongets n1 rdlcVd rchlcved vtd by bybiyvdere bybayder bybsysdere
talrtul mJ
biyvdere bayder 298 to stripes strp 998 tucks and iid 4 fihny Ihy pUits plais
It H Macy CO Cos Attrctions Attractions Ar Th Their ir Low Pric Prices PricesBroadway s
Broadway 34th to cth
Our Former Prices Prces 149 1 49 to 224 224The 224At 224AtQQ
At At99c AtQQThe 99c 99cThe
The balance of our Spring importa importations importatlons Importations ¬
tions tlonsPlin tionsPlain tionsPlain
Plain Plin Voiles Voies Bouritte 8our te Voiles Voies Seeded Seded Vcilej Voile V ile Flecked FleckedVoiles FleckedVoies FleckedVoiles
Voiles Voies Fie leked ked Eolians EoJans Piain Twine Cloth Bourette BouretteTwine Bouretc BouretteTwine
Twine Cloth and many other of the te finest fnes styles sty1e in inall inal inall
all al the choicest choiest Sprfng coloring cotorlngs
Womens Wash Dresses DressesJudicious Dresses2T Dresses2TJudldou DressesanJtidiious
Judicious economy Thats what these charnrng charm ng Summer Dresses Dr s represent representThr repre representThey nt ntTh
They Th ari ar fie products prouts of careful workmanship scientifically sitntflall concentrated and andsystematized andI aridsystematizei
systematized s Nothing Ncthing in regard to tostle style and beauty bauty is sacrificed sall1ed The makers makersoiginate maker makero makersoighiate
I oiginate o jgnate tematizej they aso fs glean the best b t ertects efects from the richest rlh r chest Europein and Ameri American American Anterican
can models lojels They Th y are the th frocks for women of o good go taste and slsndsr slnd r incomes incomesTht incomesTh incomesTh
Tht Th lowing howng is i now novat at its itsheight height all the warmweather wrweatu airy elegancies elegances The Thepricis TheF Therc
astouniing for cheapness cheapnessDresses cheapnessDresses
pricis F rc e are genuinely cheapnes cheapnesDruse
Dresses Druse made of 0 figured fgured lawns lawe tanandbUck tanandtlac1 bUckfndwbite bllckandbite blurandplnkj blurandplnkjblack
black velvet ribbon rlb1ol1 forming yoke deep Uce lae la e trimmed timmed lawn law berths berth that tht gives givtstrimmed give givesthe
th the smart broad shoulder effect fun tlcevcs Ieev gathered nouncd flounccd eklrs eklrsIrlmmed skirts skirtsirimmed
trimmed with two rows of black velvet vcvet beading beaing made over ovr white wble 878 878Uwn 8 878lawudrop is I If
Uwn lawudrop lawudropDresses drop dropDresses I Ipreid
Dresses made of fine f white orpandle r I deep ee tucked yoke r ° e lace I bertha ct a full sleeves sleevesrTreukd Ilevs sleevesprettied
rTreukd prettied with two rows of lice Ic inserting Inlerlng circular llouncid skim trimmed with withtucks wih wihtucks withtucks
tucks preid top of flounce founce finished fnished with wlb Itb lace lac inserting IJerlln mtde mae over wblw 974 974lawn 9 974I 74 74lawn
lawn I awe drop dropDresses dropDress dropDresses
Dresses made of printed prnted dimity nil n the most mos desirable dtlrable colorings cOlornEs including Includig blue bluetan bluetan bluetan
tan Dress whlwsndbUck and other dainty daint combinations Cmblnatons yoke yke of white whie lawn tucktd tucktdIn tCHe ijckedin
In block elects bertha of heavy lace sletw Iff VI trimmed timmed with wihlaeellnlng witbhaceiasertIng Uceimerting shimd shimdHounced shimdfounced shinedflounced
flounced founced skirts skirt finished with wih lace lac inserting and black velvet 12 296 296beading 296b
beading beadingWomens b < I IWomens
Womens ShirtWaist Shir Waist Suits made of of blue rose ro wdjfray a and gray ay chambray chmby side sidepanelfront sideplaied sideplaited
plaited waist fnhhed finbhed with bria briar stitching ttching o nd pearl al bUtons buttons drcula circular fouc flounced flouncedpanelfront
panelfront plaied lfront wist skirts trimmed timmed with briar rar stitched sitc folds fold trf o doth dothAnother co clothAnQtller
pa Another Ano ber style skirt is made of sheer she r white whltcI lavn la wrhSi sklepited JdepliitedLwaj P lt 4alSt wais plain round yoke yokeM yok yokeMCxI
4Jlaits piits4 M MCxI ian an choice stile stjtthid sttch st tched J5i21 521 gored Jore flare fre floUnced foln e kirU k with Wth r M eJdttmSiitched nslltbt r9mJ Averted fnvcrtedpiits4 verted
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Taffeta Ribbons Rlhbcrnsat at Half HalfPricesuu1o HalfPricesuu1oRare Prices PricesRare Pricesus PricesusRare
Rare First o May offerings oferings Fins Fln Imported and American meriCn Allsilk AUsik Ribbons Ribb ns nsS
5 to 9 inhes inhe wide widePlaids widePlaids widePlaids
Plaids Roman Rom Stripes Strp Persian Effects El ects and Warpprinted Warpprited Floral designs deigns in inevery inevery Inevery
every Imaginable COOI and colorcombination colorcombinationValue co coorconibinationValue orcmbination orcmbinationValue
Value 7Sc Sc to 100 Choice at 39c and 49c 49cThey 49cThey 49cThey
They suggest suget hat trimmings sashes s he girdles parasol palol streamers streame neckwear neckweardre neckweardrc
dre drc ss and domestic decorations
Suits Suit and Skirtsu near nearTwo n nTwo or I
Two items iems from dozens dozensf dozen
f l 7 49 for Womens fSSOO 300 Fancy
127 Tailored Taiored Suits SUII blue and andblack andblack andblack
black voile vol newest blouse blousemode blousemodel blousemodel
model deep cape forming stole effect effecttrimmed tlet cffccttrimmed
trimmed with lh cale taffeta tafeta turned tured over cuffs cuffswide cuft cuffswide
I wide Ide boxplaited boxplalid skirts trimmed timmed with withand Tlh Tlhand withand
and made over ovr taffeta taffetaiC talffa
iC < 49 for Womens 3859 85Q Talking Walkln WalklnSkirt WalkinU
O U Skirts Skirt made of light lght and anddark ana anadark an andark
dark gray mixtures and black blackcheviot blackcheviot blackcheviot
cheviot gored flare Iare style trimmed with withbuttons withbuttons lh I
buttons and aore folds of cloth forming yoke oke
V Covert Coat CoatNo CoatNo I
No wonder we are doing a great get bus busness buslne bustness
ness ne in Covert Coats Cot Frugal women womenare womenare womenare
are centring it here herego here herefQ I
go t8 74 for 1200 Covert Cvert Coats elra snug snugfiting
O fitting fiting lapped seams sams lined 1ntd i iwith Iwith Iwith
with selfcolored selcolord taffeta taleta j
1 2 96 for or 51800 1800 Worutrbo Worufbo Covert Cver CovertS
13 1 O S Costs Cats 20 inches Inche long chic chicIlyfront j I I
llyfront fyfront style sylc coat collar collarand colar colarand collarand
and revers close dote fitting fiting heavily heaviy strapped strappedhandsomely strappedhandeomcly I
Iandromdy handsomely tailored taiored lined lied throughout throughoutwib j
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wib ih selNcolored taffeta I
2500 French Mantel Sets at 1598 1598Easement 1598lfUnenl
Easement EasementEach lfUnenl lfUnenlEch UlletnentEach
Each Ech Set Se includes include Clock CI k and two Candelabra They are prominent among aong the thescores thtsores thescores
scores sores of other olhl artistic artiti and ad economic eonomic attractions atractios in th basement basementThe polninent I
The Clock Cock U Ilfued fitted with wth a gutnntccd guarantc d dgiuday movement and strIkes etrkt evay evei
hill hal hour Each C Candabrum Candciabnim nd < Ubrum has ha three thr e prongs All Al arc goldfinished ana tnddecorated anadecratrd an andecorated V
decorated decratrd with wtb painting on porcilaln poret 1 ln pancli pancliBeautiful pancitBeautiful propg gldlnlbe I
Beautiful Beutiul for your own mantel minedor or for the mantel of some one Cne on whom hom you with wUhto rb rbto
to bestow buo a gift cft159B giIt41598 1598 1598A V I IA
A Sale of FivePiece Parlor Suites SuitesThe i iThe
The annual domestic domestc upheaval uph uphavatthe = tvalth the eruptive moving movn process proemy processmay may reveal revel the theunsuspected theunwFccted theunsuspected
unsuspected dingy state of thi th Parlor Suie that has h done service so s long > New Newenvironments Newenvironments
environments environment frequently fequenty accentuate accntulte a shabbishness shabbihnes that Srvc the old surroundings surroundingsrendered
rendered obscure obsure The Te cause cul Effect Efect of contrast conlrat of course coursefind corse cotirseAll surodng
Al All who have ben made to Icalz icalize the defec defects of their parlor furiure furniture sould souldfnd should shouldfind
fnd find much interest interet in ihe following followingOne folowng followingOne
One hundred Fivepiece Fivepiec Parlor Suites including sofa two arm ar chairs chair one side sideand sidead sideand
and ad one reception recpton chairs carred cbairecarved carved mahoganyfinished mahoganvtli hed and nd highlv polished polshe crotch crotchmahoganyveneered aotchmahoganyveneered crotchmahoganyveneered
mahoganyveneered frames covered with your our own selection uleclon of a large larjeassortment Jrce largeassortment
assortment arment of satin atin damask damak Verona Vu na veour and ad tapistry tapistryOur tapstryOur tapastryOur I
Our 3896 389 kind at 1274 Our UO 10349 49 kind at S 0205 0205Our 929 0296Our
Our 44 4 96 9 kind at 37 49 Our 12749 1 7 49 kind at nOl 105 96 96Our 9 96Our I
Our 0749 kind at 624 > Our 13249 kind at 11796 11796Our 119 11796Our
Our 1112 7124 kind at 50 S0 > 0 34 HOur Our 15749 kind at 13096 13096One 13096One 309 I
One Oe hundred Odd Od Parlor Palor Arm Chairs Ch11r large lar size highlypolished highlypl hed mahogany mahog ny I Ifnshed
fnshed finshed irames Iraes some sme beautifully carved others othe with wih crotch cotch mahoganyveneered mahoganyveneeredpanels mahoganyvcnered mahoganyvcneredpaelsful mahoganyveneeredpanelsfull
panels paelsful panelsfull full arms as high hi h backs baks spring sprng seats upholstered uphobtere in remnants remnant of rich rch satin satindamask st satindamask
damask mak and ad Verona Veron velour velourWorth velourWorth velourWorth
Worth 800 1000 and 1200 Choice 596 596Quadrupleplated 596Qladrupleplated 596Quadrupleplated
Quadrupleplated Qladrupleplated Silver SilverTabJewal SiIverTabIewaieThis Tableware TablewareThis LS LSThis
This offering ofuin is on a magnificent magnitCnt sale sle Nohing paltry patry about it Judge of our ourenterprise ou ourenterpri5e
enterprise e by the quantity and assortment asormen iuJge of our enerprise by the ex extremely e extreniely
tremely low prices pric And An do not forget torge that the qualities qUllte are ae dependable dep ndble Every Everypiece evey eveypiece everypiece
piece is i substantial subtatialso substantialso so different diferent from th frail fri Plated Silverware Siverwae that thJt often ofen goes goesto toesto o
to make up fa a sale sfe The designs wlg merit meri a particular pariula word They are at artistic artisticand aItC aItCad artisticand
and ad desirable deslratle new newNapkin newNapkin I
Napkin Rings 12c Bread Bred Tray 8BcChampagne 88cChampare Pitchers We Bon Boo Bo Dishes DUhet88c Dishes9k
88c Nlpln Candlesticks Cand aicks 99c tDci Crumb Crmb Sets Sel SI19 51 119 It Nut Bowls Bowl SI5B 18 Chocolate Chocolae Dihe Pots PotsDiihes Pt Pot I
SU8 168 Syup Syrup Ptcher Pitchers 178 fer Fern Dishes S194 194 Butter Dihe Dishes 114 194 BaklDl1 Baking I
Dishes SU4 224 Fruit Fri Dishes Dshe 1197 S17 Soup Sup Tureen Turen S3S4 S34 Tea Te Sets four pieces pleca I ISU8
SU8 398 lee Ic Pitchers 9397 397 37 Coffee Cfe Sets St three tlrc pieces fleee 499 48 Wine Coolers Cle SUB SUBDepsiors 549 549Depositors 549Depositors
Depositors Depsiors Account Acount Department Allows AloW 4 Per Cent Interest InterestThe nteret nteretThe
The Depositor Depslro Account Accunt Department is I a I feature fetre Inaugurated Inaugrte on the opening openingof
of our new ne store tor to facilitate facltlte purchases purchas made by customers ustomer who do not opnl opnlof care cr to tohave toblve tohave
have goods roods sentC sen sent t C 0 D By placing placDI money mone to your credit with oth this Department Departmentyour Deparment Deparmentyour
your rurchascs r can cn be refitted refm to it i lor for payment Interest Inerst will wl be allowed alowe on onbalance onbalanc onbalance
balanc balance at the rate of four per cent cnt per pe nnum to be compu computed ted le every eer three tbre months month monthswith i iwith jwth
with wth the distinct dlatlnc understating undertardlnl pr that ttar the account is I only for 10 the payment of pur purchases purchas putchases ¬
chases chas In the house houl and not for genera gener1 general banking purpose PUlpOSC pueposeIurther payent j
Further frtber Information lafonacon will wU bi b willingly Tllnay furnished furnbhe you on application applicationButconr IrplcatoD arplicationIialconT I
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to some people unleil unlei twji tb tbl3lknowthat I Iknow
know knowthat that tht the urn lm o quahlt utlty Is Issold V Vsold
sold elsewhere elehre at q S44 S44pound 40 4 i I Ipound
pound pund Think of tlsitrenalh tlsitrenalhB Us IIsitrngtBy ttl
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A few vagrant cold days may sjipin sjipinnow
vagat co1 day ma Jp il I Inow Inow
now and then but summers summes warmth warmthi wat wamitliW111
i W111 will i get well wel settled before bfore the th month monthend montbIs1hd f
end 11d Thats why the crowds cowds are arethickening arethickening i ithickening
thickening around counters counter helped helpedwith hdt hePeJwith
with sheaves sh aves of coo col cool dainty Cotton CottonWe CottQne Iii Iiiwith
We e never told of bigger values than tjuothese tbl1 thanthese 1 i ithese
these theseI f
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colors Including black and andrare adi adirare a arare
rare round of tints tnls in stripes dots dot arid aridscrolls sri sriscrolls
scrolls scrols uaalmew1 uaalmew1jAr nUt D mcaa mcaa24c < t 1 J J24c
24c jAr for 36c SllkandLinen SikandLiner Bttltt latu latuone Betliteone
L one of the favorite lavorie fabrics fabrc lu lufrom Jufrom utt uttfrom <
from Paris Pars half limn Inn half baleUk silk 40 40inches 4 40inches
inches Inche wide BJMSMO BJMSMO7Qr Bo Bo39c BUa4Di BUa4Di39c
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yw own ow importation from Belfast Belfastblack Iclt Icltbleck clftblack
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natural naural 36 inches Inchcs wide xaia 110 nAor nAorWomens n fl6otWomens t tWomens
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pink and sky 24c 24cLisle 24CLisle V
Lisle Thread Tbrrd Ribbed Vests low 10 neck neckand rjeekand eek eekand
and Lile sleevcltss sleecm trimmed tlmmtd with lh iace la and andsilk a14 a14lk as4silk
silk lk tape 29c 29cPlain 29cPlain 29cPlain
Plain and Mercerized Lisle Lsle Thread Thred Vest Vestlow Ve Velow Vestitow
low neck mcl and slecvdtss trimmed trimmd with wt wtlace withlace
lace and silk sik tape 49c 49ei 49cSvitsribbcd
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extra exta size 51e 54C 54CMens 54C 54CMens n 1 1Mens
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< t ws C and short shor tieevcs leevl Diiw Diiwers 1W 1Wirs
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tleeves dCfC Drawers to match latch wtb with wlthflottJJ wlthflottJJ4c d 4ObIS 4ObISbicycle
bicycle scats regular rsula short sloc M and t it itsites I stsires C Cshes
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We Hav6fJtist Ha i f J st Secured Five FiveThousand FiveThousand FiveThousand
Thousand AllWool AII = Wool Reversi Reversible Reversible ¬
ble Smyrna Rugs at Greatly GreatlyReduced GreatlyReduced GreatlyReduced
Reduced Rates RatesExact n nExac
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Exact Exac Figures Are Quoted to Show Sho the Differ Differences Difer Diferencs Diffeences
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next nJt There best bt btTe btStThe are two to grades gade of these theeR Ruts Rigsth sth ths finest fnet quality qualy made aad u asdih tfe tfenext U j jnJt V 1 1nect
Te The prics prices of each ca class are quote quoted V sp separately ratel and the Rugs Rugsof of ofc A u uclass
mistake c class ae are grouped gouped separately epaut ly in the department deparment I Imistake No confwlO confusion D DO l lmIstake
possible possibleThe posibleThe possibleV possibleThe
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him lightened J bteled the te prices for yoi yoiUncommonly yrn yrnUncommonly
news Uncommonly follows beautiful biutul Oriental yo yoUncommonly and ad floral fora effects efec The Te pith of the thenews te tenews thenews V V
folow folowBest
Best Quality QualtySmal QuaIitymaII Small Sizes SizesS4c Sizes84c Sizes4c V
S4c 4c for our regular regula 112 I 12 Rugs R1lgSt8x6 I8xj6 inches incht r 7 7fl24
1124 12 for ourregular ourtular S159 159 Rugs RugS21x45 21x45 inches inche V l f fL34
134 for our regular U1 172 Rugs Rugs30x33 30x33 inches inch V
1174 174 for fo our regular reglarn3 fitf 23 Rugs RugS26x54 26x54 inches inche V VI
4198 198 I 98 for our regular re u1r 386 B 86 Rugs Rugs3Ox6O 30x60 JOx6 inches inchesw V
w 314 3 14 for our regular regulr 3 9 9g Rugs RugsJ6x7 Rugs36x72 36x72 inches mcbt
1398 39 for fo our regular t49 4 Rugs Rug54X48 Rugs54x48 54x48 inches inchest ince incef V VI
t 493 98 for fo our regular rtula 1882 382 Rugs Rugs48x8 Rugs48x84 48x84 inches ice iceBst InchesBent s sBeat
Beat Bst QualityHall QualtyHal Runners V d V
448 48 for our regular 598 i9 59 Runners Rnne Punners2x 2jx 9 feet ett
598 for to our regular re ur S24 Hunnsrs Runn 1unnrs2xI2 rs2ixt2 2jxl2 feet fe
698 lor our ou regular reur 9 24 hunners Runners3 unners3 x2 feet futn48
n48 748 for to our or regular reula 1024 Runners Runners2ixt5 2jxl5 feet
748 for our regular reua 1124 t 124 Runners Runnes3 lunners3 3 x5 xl 5 feet fettBest tet tetBest feetBest
Best Quality QualtyCnrpetSIe QuaIityiCarpetSize CarpetSize Rugs Rugsn9
n9 798 for fo our ou regular rtg lar 1084 t 08 Rugs Rug 6 x 6 c feet fet V
824 for our ou regular reguar 124 I Rugs ug 5x8 5 x 8 feet
1074 1 0 74 for to our ou regular reular 1294 I 29 Rug 6 x 9 feet fe 1
1648 for fo our regular regulr 3098 Rugs 7ixioi 7xtO feet ftt V
2147 1 147 47 for our ou regular re u1 1 p477 477 Rugs Rugs 9 9x x 9 feet
3198 3 2 t 198 fo for our ou regular f 2588 588 Rugs 9 xlOJ xtO feet i
2248 2 48 for our regular S3779 779 Rugs Rug 9 x xt2 12 feet
28 8 98 for Our ur regular reguar S 57 l 98 Rut 9 xl xIS 5 feet fe feetse
se 998 9 for our ou regular regula 3949 Rugs Rugs10jxt2 10jxl2 feet fee
3248 for our ou regular reular 1249 Rugs RugIOxtH Rugs1OxI3 10JX13J feet fe t
4048 for our regular reula 5298 Rugj RUg12 Ru s12 12 Xt5 feet feetSecond feetSeond feetSecond V
Second Seond Best Quality QualtySmal QualitySmall Small Sizes Sizes63c SizesS3c Sizes63c
63c S3c for fo our regular regtr 87c 87c Rugs RugS18x36 18x36 Inches InchesQ iches ichesUSe incheslie
Q USe lie 8 c for fo our regular U24 124 Rugs Rugs2lx45 21x45 inches inchestJ4 ince
tJ4 t for to our regular regula 189 Rugs Rugs Rugs36x40 36x40 3 < x40 inhes in hes V
124 1 for our ou regular regu 5154 S 1 1 54 Rugs Rugs26x54 26x54 inches inche i
148 14 for our ou regular rql 198 98 Rugs Rug3ox6 Rugs30x60 30x60 inches inhe V
24 2 for our regular regula 398 98 Rujs Ru Rus36x72 S36x7 36x72 inches Inch Inchsa
sa 1374 374 for fo our ur regular reguar 498 Rugs Rugs48x8 Rugs48x84 48x84 inches inchesSecond ince inceSecnd inhesSecond fi fiw
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Second Secnd Best Bst Quality QualtyCarpct QuaUtyCarpot Carpet Sizes
824 for our reular regular 949 Rugs Rugs6 6 x 9 feet
1284 for our ou r regular uar 1336 Rugs Rugs7ixlo 7jxloJ feet
1793 119 for to our ou C S regular rqla 2149 49 Rugs RuS9 Rugs9 9 xia feet fee feetC
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