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NEW YORK SUNDAY MAY 26 1907 19 07CoWriD CopvnW t 1007 IV b The Sun PrinHno end a JI PvblkMiit Attotiath
lit t It to Treat Many IIIU1 AtlmroU of Hit II1IUtDUNo Pa PaUrnuNo p ptlcntzNo
UrnuNo flack Art About itGoM itGoMEren
EYeD for Bad Bojt Donnul The Dying Drl s Toting TotingWoman YOWlSWoman YoungI
I Woman Who Wai Called Back to Life LifeI
1 I havo b a lot of patlonta who as o lOOn soonthel o oUier ILl ILlther
Uier fel a twinge of rhwmvUlitm or neu neuraJfiia neuraI neuraigla
raJfiia raI 1a or some other ache or c pain head headright hetAright iietrlgt
right for mo m and ask to be hypnotized hypnotizedid
I Mid id a phralolan In n the northern part of ofho otM ofL
L ho h State They m used to blister bllothre1ve3 them themDelves themFe1es
Delves nil up U with mustard plasters and hot hotwater hots hotwater
s water bags and BUoh things but I just lit litthem litthem alti
i them down In an eaay y choir o1u r and put thorn thorninto thornInto thorntnto
into a hypnotlo Bleep Tho thing IB done donain
in 11 a moment momontthere there is no Inconvenience Inconvenienceno I IIi Ino
Ii no dancer dlllllerand and In about fire ve minutes they theyawaken thoyawaken
1 awaken In accordance with my y sugges suggestions IIUggcari ugg uggloniotitnos ¬
ri tions free from pain and as merry men OB grigs grigsSometimes
B Sometimes I heighten the suggestions suggestionshy
I hy y applying an eleotrioal machine but buthuts butt buthta
t huts all hoouspocus its their own mind mindUnt rnlqditatdlpeIthoPeAn Ih
2 Unt tatdlpeIthoPeAn tatdlpeIthoPeAnt at dispel the pain Of course If the same sameCondition IWDOi
t Condition of affairs ntrl r8 remains the pain will willeventually WillentU4lly
1 i eventually return but the come am remedy remedyA rcm rcmavailable
A available and unlike opiates It leaves Imvcet
4 t 10 o Injurious effect effectWith elootsi eocthWIth
i With adult patients I always tell them themrnkly themi
t i I rnkly what I wish to do and andJ secure their theirooperation theirIO
J ooperation IO ration or at least their ooquleeenoo ooquleeenoonefore
J nefore I undertake to hypnotize a them themTiers themf themThere
f Tiers must mustbe rnUe bo harmony between patient patienti
f i And n nd operator If the best results ore to be bebtalnod bebtalned I
btalnod btalnodj
j 1 Tbero la a I good deal of prejudice against againstlypnoticm agawtIlypnotlsm againstypnotiarn
lypnoticm especially up here In the ooun country oountry oountIl ¬
try One popular bugbear is the fear of not notonilng noti5 notornlng
i5 onilng out of the the13ut hypnosis hypnosisBut
But ut doctor they Bay suppose you youshould youhou1d
i should die while Wle Im hypnotized No Noone None o one I
one ne else could awaken me and Id have to
ty tythatniye5longUIllVOd that way aa long as I lived livedI
I tell them thats all nonsense theyre theyreurs
iJ < urs to come out of It If Ittheydontrega1n Ittheydontrega1nctUlClowrnesl they dont regain regainConsciousness
0 Consciousness In a few minutes I cover coverhem
J 1 hem upas up M for any anynap nap and In three or four fourhours lourr fourhours
r hours they come out of It of their own ownJiocord ownocord ownc
c Jiocord strengthened with new stores of ofnervous ofl ofrvou
> nervous l rvou energy energyThey energyThey ergy ergyThey
They must also be ponvinced that there theree
19 e 11I0 o black art about It no necromancy necromancyrlut
lint It has no connection with that much muchlanderod muohlanderod muchinnderd
landerod gentleman the devil that it is isnot Is1ot Isriot
not a strong will over a weak one that it itJoes It1ea
Joes 1 8 not produce paralysis of the will willtut willIUt willI
I IUt that It Is simply their own minds con conrolling oonrolling conrolling
rolling their own bodies through sugges suggeslons auggeaions
I ions made by the operator operatorTho
if Tho technlo of hypnotism must be bearted beari bearled
arted ari d to Hult the peculiarities of the thellont theatIent
> llont 3 t Some people are very susceptible susceptibleill
ill 11 you have to do is a to sit down beside besldilicm be besidebrn lde ldeh
licm h < Ol end keel up U a running talk until untlyou untilYou
you t see on their faces that peculiar 1Iu ex exnreslon exnreMlon oxnression I
nreslon of surrender which is charao charaoeriMlo ohanetI obaraoeristlo
eriMlo tI tlo of thin hypnotic condition conditionChildren conditionCblldren conditionChildrennre
Children are readily readilybrought brought Into rapport rapportml
ml < nre naelly Impressed by suggestion suggestiontut
tut ut watchful Bucplolouji AlUploloWlpereonll persons tax the thesources ih8 ih81lOuroeR thenurccs
sources of the hypnotist I believe believeNjirever beUeve1ever beUeethat
Njirever that ahnoftt a aJnoit nOlt every one Is hypno hypnoirabie hypnoj
j Q OJ itabeU irabie irabieIf jrablU >
U If f the suggestions are to be effective effectiveMer
Mer te must be backed back by the whole moral moralorre moralorN
orre orc of the operator Sometimes I get gelIrely getrelr getrrly
Irely physical phy loal but not mental control controli
r i patient This is valueleM valueleMTo
To victims of the morphine habit I IURgent Iu Iugge4
URgent u Jelt that they take a diminished dose dosehat dosehat dosehat
hat If any nervousness results from this thlat
t will 111 soon pass away that they shall not notave notwre notara
> ave recourse to the drug to cure It These Theseuggettlons TheMuggeltlons Theseuggestlons
uggettlons are sent pastthe past the sentinels of ofhe orh ofhe
he h patients will judgment and reason reasonind reaeanand masonand
and In his normal not1l1 l condition he has no recol recollection recollectlon recolection ¬
lection of them themThe themThe themThe
The good resolutions rMO lutlons planted thus be beoome beomo beome
oome part of hU subconscious mind and andseem andoeem andseem
seem to him quite voluntary His moral moralnature morall14ture moraliiature
nature whloh had become perverted f > Is re reUJm relIm re1airned
UJm 1airned d and strengthened by this treat treatment treatDont treatbent ¬
bent and aU that Is i good In the th e patient la
emphasized emphasizedOften
Often I leave the reduction of the dose dosein
in n the patients own bands Ten days daysusually lIayeusually daysusually
usually suffices roC OO8 to break off the habit but butthe butthe butthe
the deeper the hypnosis the more powerful powerfulnre
lire the suggestions One woman whom I Ihare Ihne Ihave
hare cured was In the habit of taking a atablenpoonful arabljpoonCul aableepoonful
tablenpoonful of laudanum two or threo threotimes threofmM threocIme
times a day another took several grains of ofmorphine oflnorpl oftnorphlne
morphine lnorpl ne throe times a day These were werelollma were1ciIme WerevIctims
vIctims of from five to seven years stand standing standlng standng ¬
ing ng
ingAlcoholics Alcoholics I treat every day for torten ten days daysrlien dayshen ays ayshen
hen oreo in two or throe days for a month monthiftor monthIftor monthiftor
iftor that I like to KM eo > them about once a anontli anonth anontli
nontli for a year Sometime I heighten heightenh
h hc suggestions by showing them Rome Romeolored ROmeolored someolorod
olored water in a class I say Look at atho atli
ho li vile color of this stuff smell it It ItNiflls Itl1Illlo Itmells
Niflls like carrion it nauseated you you youmt youmt youaut
mt get tho giant to your mouth mouththink mouththinkr think thinkif
if r thl when hen you arc tempted temptedI
I have also used ul d hrpnotUm n for In Inomnla Inmllll1 innmnla
omnla lapses lap of memory and to euro de delusion dehIFiollO dolfloj5 ¬
lusion One woman had ha a vary strange Btranqeeidolon 6tmn strangeteluion e eIelu
eidolon Ielu ion She Sh thought her friends had bor borowrd borOWNI borher
owrd her tablu liver and periodically she shevould be beI hecolLid
I vould call upon them and remonstrate with withIcm withhem withhem
hem for their careleflfiness In not returning returningtelling retumlujtlellin
V telling lellin them that she wan going to give ivo a afi apa aa
fi a narty oart r herself and needed all i l her silver RilverOne 1Ii1erOon silverOnn
One day happening to call upon a anman aoml1n awoman
woman whom I had cured of the opium opiumlabit opiumiabit I IIahll
labit I found her fooo all out of drawing drawingOtn
Vein Otn the effect of two ulcerated teeth toethWhy teethWhy teethWhy
Why dont you have them out Bald I IOh IOh IOh
Oh I cant she walled itll hurt hurtYou hurtroil hurtYou
You be at the dentists at 8 oclock oclocktnd oclockml
tnd Ill fix It so It wont hurt I told her herWe herWe herVe
We got there In advance of the dentist dentistnd dentltwd 1 1nd
wd nd I had her sit In a rocking chair and andook andook andolc
ook olc out tho window until I Induced hyp hypn hyptrjJ5 I IOJf
n OJf je When the dentist came I simply simplyindicated slmpl sImplyutlicated i i1I1dlcated
indicated the tooth to him lllmI I didnt dare daretrmit daretermit
trmit rmlt any an talking talldngand and when she awoke awokeill
ill was over overHypnotism Oerllypnotiom overllypnotism I
Hypnotism Is the greatest tet1t possible old I d In Inmanaging Inunnaging inimnaging
managing Incorrigible children Johnny In Injala Intala inaia
jala aia attlro goes out and wallows In a mud mudpuddle mildpuddle mudpuddle
puddle Hw mother hales him Into the thehouse theboue thetous
house tous spanks him cleans him up and lets letshim letatthn letsin
him in out again Now ow Johnny dont you youict youpt yount
ict me catch you In that mud puddle again againic
ic Ao 0 Johnny If he is a certain type typeof
of child Interprets all this as an encore encoretnrl encore4nrl encoreand
and hastens to repeat his former success successNow IIUCOO8IIow successNow
Now ow If Instead of ofall all this spanking and andooldlnp andooldln andcolding
ooldlnp ooldln the mother would quietly qul Uy sit bv bvu bvlue bythe
the > u childs chile a s crib when he is asleep and tell tellMm ullhim tellilm
Mm In plain simple language IIUt ge that she de deMre deIre dosires
sires Ire him him to do such and such things be beVJUM beUM beause
VJUM UM It Is right and best for him to do dohem dobern dohem
hem she would get a chance to address addressthe
the Inner child that she cant reach at a an an aL aLa
n Johnnys waking hours Natural sleep sleepi eleopalmost
i almost Identical with tho condition pro proJiirod pror proJid
r Jiirod artificially bv hvrjnotliun
Mt It has heabeen been wild that nighttime of the thety thet thedl
< dl t ty U the daytime of the soul Bug Bugfipftions 8ucItPli1M Bugestinnq
fipftions made thus to a sleeping r child are aroaugbt areauJbt areught
augbt by y thn ruboonscloun mind or soul soulT
T r whatever you choose ch to call It and are arev areUpOI1
v ted upon by l the child when he retains retainsouscioiisness replM01IclouDNI8 regainsottciousness
ouscioiisness ouscioiisnessOtii
Otii oI little boy used to hare a paroxyvtn paroxyvtnif
if f nRthma If ho were crossed croe ed In anyway any Way
Ui his I < mother motherltal had boon in the habit baWtor of bribing bribingum
luni um by h giving him a I quarter every day lie lielid belid hofid
lid not haw an attack I showed her bowOntrol now nowcontrol howr
r control coat < rol him much more effectually etreotuallhrough
hroiigh suggestions impressed upon his hisMxonscicous hillInsclcoU8 tueMJhcOnsCICOUS
Mxonscicous mind while he was asleep asleepA
A short time ago I had a chance to make maken
n xrorlment > that has boon successfully suooesifullyr ouooenrullyrerCormeti successfullyrerfotmed
r rformed by one of the raostpromloent raostpromloentiponAnts meet prominent prominentZponnta
iponAnts of hypnotism In New ew York I Ireceived Ite
received te < IOlved a hurry oaU to a aham young wonwa wonwaI I
I whom had b beei B fcyrjBHlytfg 5 forln 91 c a
during an 11 attack of acute I double pneu pneumonia pneumonIL pnoumoats ¬
moats When I reached her room the thorelative tMr therelatives
relative r latJTclot of th the girl met m me with Ithhe the cry
On doctor you have come too late she bo
is Iapaat fl1St past all help hei hei8he
She was Indeed to all appearances appearancesmoribund a appearanoembribund pearanoe pearanoembribund
mbribund Her eyes 61 8 were fixed and glassy
and she he was pkbeless p pklsoloasBruihlug l8elesa l8elesaB
Brushing B aside the grief stricken father fatherand fatherand fatherand
and mother I applied my mouth to her ear parand earIUtd earand
and in a sharp peremptory manner said
Alice A1l o come back here You j ou mustnt go
Your Yourworksnot works a not finished here Come back
To my delight her eye lost their death deathstare dellothstare deathstare
stare and she slowlyturned them In my
direction directionI illre oo ooI
I hastened to apply restoratives as JI to toany toany
any patient in collapse Her pulse re returned returned returned ¬
turned and in due time she made a com complete complete cornplots ¬
plete recovery I
One day during her oonvalesenoe I sold soldto
to her Ailoe I should like to see eo If you yourecall youreosll I
recall the events of a certain afternoon afternoonwhen aI afternoonwhen rnoon rnoonwhen
when you ou were very 111 After Jboatlng
the Wee t1r e for her I sold Il Jd How ow did you feel feelthat lcelthAt feelthat II
that afternoon Were you conscious oone Jous at atTes ataU atall
aU allS
S Yes she replied I 1 thought I was wasolng waaaonjr wasgoing
going away and I wondered If I would see seemy SC SCmy seemy
my grandmother who bad died I felt feltprry reltto feltsorry
sorry to leave my father and mother but butthey butthey
they couldnt hold me I was w slipping slip pin It
ftWft away awayU
ftWftmy U Why didnt you 1 Iu ro1 go oV I asked
I couldnt she replied a voice kept keptme keptme keptDie
me back backWhooe baokWbooe backWhooe
Whooe was It1 It1I It ItI ItI
I dont know I have never men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned this to any anyone one she answered
Then I stooped and placed my mouth mouthclone mouthclo mouthclose
clone clo e to her ear Alice come back I re repeated repeated topeated ¬
peated you mustnt m tnt so goyour your works ark not notnlshed
finished here lierOOme oome back
Thats the very voice she oiclalmed
That voicekept voice kept me hero
We are only Jill beginning to get an
Inkling of the role hypnotism Is destined to toplay 10play toplay
play in medicine Most practitioner still stillpresent stilipresent stillpresent
present a oolid front of prejudice and andbigotry
bigotry to block Its progress but hero and andthere andthere andthere
there some fair minded physician Is giving
It a chance and while hypnotism has 1i a its
limitations and Is by no means a universal universaloureolli unlTersaloureall universaloureall I
oureall still tlllit It can do much to relievo suf suffering su sufeting ¬
feting to cure nervous and mental diseases diseasesand dlsell8eland diseasesand
and to destroy de troy pernicious habits
JfMttnc on Naamant Greek That Ended EndedDnelt FodtdDoell FndedDuels
Duels In the Nary NaryThat NanThat TisyThat
That settlement of quarrels by appeal appealto
to the code of honor was no longer to be betho betho bethe
tho unwritten law 14 of the American navy navywas navywaa navywas
was determined by a duel In which William WilliamMiller WilliamMillar WilliamMiller
Miller Jr a Philadelphia lawyer was wasslain WILlIIWn wasslain
slain in a personal affair fought along the thenorthern thenorthern thenorthern
northern circle of Delaware The man manwho manwho manwho
who fired the fatal shot was Midshipman lfidblpmanCherlea MidshipmanCharles MidshipmanCharles
Charles O Hunter and the encounter took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place along Noamans Creek on the after afternoon alternoon afternoon
noon of Sunday March 21 1830 1830Singularly 1830Singularly 1830Singularly
Singularly enough neither Miller who wholost wholost wholost
lost his life nor Hunter who killed him himwas himWall himwas
was principal in the original quarrel that thatled thatled thatled
led to the meeting m lng on the bank of the little littlecrock littlecrook littlecreek
crock In Delaware Neither had seen seenthe aenthe n ntho
the other until a few hours before the chili challenge chililenge thailengo ¬
lenge was sent and accepted acceptedSimply aoooptedSimply acceptedSimply
Simply a mieahot in a game of billiards billiardssays billiardseaya bililardssays
says the Philadelphia P1 Public Ledger led ledto ledto ledto
to the tragedy that plunged plun d two homes
Into Borrow and embittered the life of the theman theman theman
man whose pistol shot causelessly cau el0ll81y shod shodhuman ohodhuman ahedhuman
human blood bloodHenry bloodHenry bloodHenry
Henry Wharton Griffith and R Dillon DillonDrake DillonDrake DillonDrake
Drake prominent society men of Phils Philsdelphla Ph11apbla Phila1pha
delphla pbla played titer game of billiards and andGriffith andGriffith andarimu
Griffith made the mlsahot which called colledforth calledforth 4l1edlorth
forth a taunt from Drake who 11 was Im Immediately 1mmediately thumediately ¬
mediately struck In the face with a cue cuet cuey cueOriftIth
t > y Griffith A challenge to a duel was wassent WMent wassent
sent by Drake but Griffith declared that thatthe thAtthfl thattho
the challenger was beneath hi We notice noticeand noticeand noticeand
and that he would not demean himself himselfsocially hlmllelfIIOclaUy himselfsocially
socially by consenting to meet him himThen uimThen lm lmThen
Then followed n long and wordy warfare warfareIn
In which wl ch each posted the other as a coward oowardLieut oowlUdLleut cowardUeut
Lieut Duryee of the United States Navy Navywas Naywu Navywas
was called In to make an anetTort effort to settle settlethe Bettlethe settlethe
the dispute and it was then that Miller Millerthe MJUerthe Millerthe
the lawyer and Hunter the midshipman midshipmanbecame midshipmanbecame mIdshipmanbecame
became Involved In the quarrel In the theheated theheated theheated
heated discussion Hunter accused Miller Millerof
of publishing a confidential letter and a achallenge achallenge
challenge was at once sent by the mid midshipman midshipman midahipman ¬ I
shipman and accepted by the attorney
It was decided the should be befought berought befought
fought on early Sunday morning of March
21 but It was nearly 10 oclock before car carriages carrillges carriages ¬
riages containing the principals oeconds oecondsand iecondand econdaand
and surgeons left a house that stood on onthe onthe onthe
the present site of the German Demokrat Demokratoffice Dimokratoftloe D mocrcj mocrcjoftloe
oftloe on Chestnut itreet above Sixth SixthThe SixthThe SixthThe
The presence prel8l1 of the company excited some somesuspicion someIUlplclon somesuspicion
suspicion at Chester where the party partystopped JJlU1ytopped partystopped
stopped for lunch but thoy thoyhurried hurried down downhe downthe own ownthe
the post road tied their horses bor ea close to the theilghway thehighway thehighway
highway and proceeded 200 yards behind behinda
a clump of trees that would shield them themrom themrrom thornfrom
from rom observation observationAs
As the sun wan setting two pistol shots shotsrang shotsrang shotsrang
rang out simultaneously as one of tho sec seconds JWConds seconda ¬
onds counted One two three threeflreJ threeflreJIIunter threoulrelHunter flrel flrellunter
Hunter stood unharmed as I the le ball from his hisopponents hiliopponente hisopponents
opponents pistol struck at his feet f but butififler blltMiller butMiller
Miller cried out that he was shot placed placedone
one hand to bin breast and fell with a bullet bulletylng bullet1lng bulletlying
lying close to his heart In a few minutes mlnutClhn
hn 10 died while pale und anxious faces faceswatched tacpllwatched fareswatched
watched the convulsive breathing of the thelying thetlylng thedying
lying man manGentlemen manOentlemen manGentlemen
Gentlemen Raid Hunter unter I had no noenmity nopnmit noenmity
enmity pnmit against tills man I never heard heardof
of him until two days ago a 110 Let those thosewhose thollwhose thosewhose
whose quarrel embroiled him l he e respon responsible responsible ¬ I Isible
sible for his denth denthAftrr dootl1Atlrr dsethAfter
After a hurried consultation it was de decided dfclded decided ¬
cided that tho midshipman should leave leavehn leaethn leavethe
hn Htfltfi at onoo and he was driven rap rapclly rapIdly raplilly
Idly to New Castle D DfII Di < v where he boarded boardeda boorda
a boat for New York and rejoined the navy navyn nayIn navyIn
In n order to hide the tragedy It was decided decidedto
to o wait until dark and take Miller to Phila Philadelphia Philadelphla ¬
delphla In a carriage carriageHeating oarrlngeRtaUng carriage3eat1ng
Heating the dead man between them themtwo I
two seconds held him him In an upright posl posltlon P posiion > III IIIlion
lion on the long journey U > Philadelphia PhlladelplilaNew I IiiladelpldaNews I Icw
New cw of the duel had reached Chester and anda I Ia
a crowd of men stood nt Third Thlrclllm street > et bridge bridgeto i ito
to intercept the carriages The first buggy buggycontained buggycontained luggycontalnld
contained the surgeon and as II his ex explanation oxIInuntiOn ¬
planation 1I natlon woo satisfactory he was per permitted p permilled r rnltted ¬ I
milled to proceed The dead man in the thosecond UlefIEIOOnd thesecond I
second carriage was driven through the thecrowd tbeCrowd thecrowd
crowd without the ruse being detected detectedand detectedand
and at midnlcht the body was placed In Ina ina I
a ItouM on Walnut street where vigil was waskept wallkppt waskept
kept by b the seconds who drank heavily heavilyto
to support lIup > 9rt them thllI1ln In tho terrible strain under underwhich underwhich
which they tho had been n placed placedMillers plaoodnlltrlI placedMiUers I
Millers father said that he held no malice maliceagainst mnlloeaKaln maliceagainst
against t Hunter but the midshipman rnldlll pmal1 wiuM wiuMwas whCl whClWM who4was
was suspended for a year ear for punishment punishmentwas I Iwas jWI18
was haunted by the Bpoctro of of the dead doauman deadman j jman
man lying on the bAnk of Noamans Creek CrrekIlaln Creekslain I Islain
slain by bill hand and died a prematurely prematurelyold I Iold
old man after a lonely life shut out from fromall I Iall IaU
all hope of preferment In the navy lie Hewas lieaa
was 118 buried by the newspaper new papor men of New fNewhork NewYork NlwYork
York who ho erected ert < ted a tombetone ovr his hisgrave hlagra hisgrave
grave gra vo I
Nebraska ParroU Misppearrd Misppearrdfrom DtIlPPt < < td
from the gJ Xtbratka braka Slate Journal JournalOnly J JeernetOniy ulM ulMooly
Only a few naturalists and early eArl Terri Territorial Tenitorlal Terntonal ¬
tonal settlers III tile 1 know that PArrots were one onenumerous oncuumeroullin onesnumerous
numerous uumeroullin In Nebraska NebraskaFifty NebruaFllty NebraskaFifty
Fifty rears ago tber the > were still teen alone alonethe alon alonthe alongthe
the Missouri River In southeastern Nebraska Nebraskabut
but dlMplwared very suddenly after lbs tb flrot flrotncttleraent IIrntcttlemen flrnlsettlement
settlement In tb tbat t rrrion The Nebraska Nebnwkaparrot NebraalcatlUTQt Nebraskatftrmt
parrot w was th the Carolina ptroquft Oomus 100muIICarolinA OomusCarotin CotousCarolina
CarolinA It had a beautiful green and andyellow aadtrUOW sadretlow
yellow plumage M striking Ip appearance appear OtI as asto ast a aInstantly
to trUOW t unterl Instantly arrest the t e attention tt8DUon of the early earlythis earl earlunterl esrlrufde
ufde Btlae this tile birds nthered In large larntioolca large1ock
nook and aadere were so id exceedingly n idJoltl tame and andsimple andWnple andaim
simple aim le thAt to lbs b whole flock tI 1t WM eatllr killed IdlladAdd IdlledAdd killeddcf
Add dcf total to this hI that thf tb Gird trda were floe flu e fftllllf fftllllfd eatingand Un Unand
and d their Ib fBU 1 tsthpre > rs awacUvetfopWes a4tra U ttv trop tropuges = es of thf tb tbbUDI Lbhuni
bunt f9us and th ut ms of lb I tbs Nebraska f patrol patrolSKTWT parrot parrot1t4 pure purewa
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These instruments are arethe the most complete and perfect of their kind We Weare Weare Weae
are directly responsible for their production We stand bnck of them with full fullguarantee CullgulUantc Itillguarantee
guarantee of their tltei quality und durability durabl1lt durabl1ltAnd
And there is another important point pointContrary pointConfr pointContrary
Contrary Confr ry to the th general custom In Piano tilling tfit tI Looser Lomrmethod Lo Lothod Loosernjthod
method thod requires PRICE to bear a definite and fixed rttatlon rttatlonto llItlonto
to COST COSTThese COSTThfflo COSTTheoe
These Playerpianos are not only instruments of the highest artistic merit
but thoy ore also offered at the th smallest possible prices and those prices are areopen arcopen areopen
open to any nnl one and not dependent on haggling or shrewd bargaining bl1r nlnlng
We sell Playerpianos as we nell other things thlngllfor for a fixed fair price
We stand behind these Playerpianos Pla erplan09 an a we stand behind other merchan ¬
dise dl8ewlth with the chief aim to Insure your perfect and permanent satisfaction
The prices of those Instruments range from 500 to WOO O0 We will make
the terms of fllmetlt payment suit YOUR convenience convonlencecharging charging only simple bank ¬
lag interest of 0 4 per cent for whatever accommodation you require ulre We will wl11take
take your old Piano PianoIt if you have one oneat at a fair valuation Wo will insure to toyou toyou toyou
you access 11CC S8 to an Immense collection of perforated music rolls which cost less lessthan lcssthan lessthan
than is usual for rolls of the first quality quolitYou
You owe It to yourself ourselt to make at feast an n Investigation Inv Ultatlon of the possibilities possibilitieswhich poIIAlbllltlewhich possibilitieswhich
which these instruments hold for you TOMORROW would be the best day
to start such on investigation Pounb Floor
Lltot MeV y the Latest Victim Hazed for forDUcoTcrlnc lorDlloOTerlnc forDIscovering
DIscovering Smoking BmoklnsAU All of One OnelUtUllon ODenattatton OneBattalion
Battalion Except the Pint Clutmen Clutmenpromptly ClaaunmP1ompUr CIaumiprompUy
promptly punished by b Los of Uberty LibertyANKAPOL1S UbertyANtUIOLI8 UbertyAKAPOU9
ANKAPOL1S Md May 21 241t It was oow cowardly oowI oowsicily ¬
I ardly ungentlemanly and uuoffleerliko uuoffleerlikoconduct uunfficerllkoonduct uuomcerlikoconduct
conduct You cadet officers should have havetopped haveItopped havestopped
topped It If any anyone one will give me in information information information ¬
formation as 8 to who advised this I will willgive willIve willgive
give Ive the guilty party 76 demerits demeritsThla demerltaThill demeritsThis
This Is the language attributed to Capt CaptGeorge CaptGeorge CaptGeorge
George P Colvocoreews 8 U 8 N now nowCommandant nowfommandant nowCommandant
Commandant of Midshipmen at the Naval NavalAcademy NanlAcademy NavalAcademy
Academy a week ago Saturday at the din dinner diDner dinnet ¬
ner formation of the brigade as he walked
up and down the line of officers
the corps whom ha h had called to the front frontfor frontror frontfor
for th the he purpose of addressing them upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the recant r OOnt silence that was given LJout LJoutCharles LieutChArlel LioutCharles
Charles B MoVay U S N one of the offi officers omcers officers ¬
cers of the department of discipline and andan lndan
an assistant to the Commandant CommandantSeventylive CommandantSeentyUo CommandantSeventylive
Seventylive demerits counts onehalf onehalfof
of the dismissal number in thu graduating graduatingyear
year yearTlie YIMTIle
yearThe TIle form of hazing an officer that was wasused WallUled wasused
used on Lieut McVay was carefully planned plannedand
and bravely carried out The season of ofgraduation ofgrnduatlon ofgraduation
graduation is approaching The first class classmens claMmens classmens
mens friends who come on to see them themgraduate themimduato themgraduate
graduate need be met at trains escorted escortedfrom tfICortedfrom escortedtorn
from torn the entertainments to their hotels hotelsand hotEllsnnd hotelsand
and taken on excursions on wat water r and about aboutthe abouttho aboutthe
the city cityto to be deprived of these aa a re result reoult resuIt ¬
suIt or a premeditated insult In ult to an officer officerwas
was not to bo courted eourtedso o It was arranged arrangedthat
that no first clansmen would take part partin partIn partin
in tho movement and only underclassmen underclassmenshould I IIIhould
should risk their liberties and privileges privilegesThis privllpgesThill
This happened as was anticipated At Atsupper Atsupper Atsupper
supper on a Thursday night every Cry mem member membpr menuter ¬
ber of the first hattalloQ of the brigade brigadeexcept brigadeexcept brigadeexcept
except the first clansmen kept etlll tll On Onsuoh Onol1oh Onsuch
such occasions OCC loulI when this function Is ob obBervod ob6Cned observed
served tho very waiters tip about the floor flooron
on their toes toesLieut tOMLieut toesLicut
Lieut MoVay having reported the matter matterto
to the Commandant Capt 11 pt Colvocorenaes ColvocorenaesI s I Itook
took Immediate action and all of the first firstbattalion flratbattalion firstbattalion
battalion except the first fI t claiw were re restricted JtIIlrlcted restricted ¬
stricted to the Aoadomy grounds ounrl and this thlllprohibition thisprohibition
prohibition still continues continuesThin contlnuMThill continuesThis
Thin incident furnishes a very ory slim proof proofthat proofthat proofthat
that the spIrit of hazing has not yet died diedout diedout
out In the Naval aal Academy Thin time tho thocorps thecorps
corps of midshipmen mldl < hlpnun Is running an offi officer omor offiror ¬
cer or This Is a form only adopted In lie tllOAcademy theAcademy lieAcademy
Academy within lifts le 8 than a score of years yearsand yearAand yearsand
and IP 1 said to have been imported from fromWest rromWct fromVest
West Point It Is done to show the dislike dislikeand dislikeand dislikeond
and disapproval of the officers conduct conducttoward conducttOWllr conductoward
toward < t them themLiout tbemLlnut themLiout
Liout MoVay the object of the rnldhi rnldhimenH rnldl midship midshipnwns < hl hlmen
menH men wrath Is one of the best dlnclplina dlnclplinarianft
nuns In tho service lIe Is too mart for forthe forthe forthe
the midshipmen and traps them in their theirviolations theirvlolatloM theirviolations
violations of discipline disciplineTradition dleclpllneTrndltlon disciplineTradition
Tradition hero awards to Commander CommanderWUllam Coml1llnderWilliam CommanderWilliam
William F Fullam the honor of having havingfirst havinafirt
firt been decorated with this evidence of oflordly oflordly oflordly
lordly disapproval by the midshipmen midshipmenHA
HA was In general honoredand even be beloved beloved beloved ¬
loved by the midshipmen for his preeminent bleprttOllnentCnlrooflS preeminentfalrnens preeminentfairness
fairness One unlucky day he fell under undermidshipman uudermlrlahlpman umudermidshipman
midshipman disfavor They gave him himailenoe 1 aalIenee 1silenooat
silenooat ailenoe at the table The officer in charge chargebeing ohargebeing chargebeing
being the only officer present the meaning meaningof ml4nJcof
of the act could not and can never be mis misinterpreted rI misinterpreted II IIInterpreted ¬
interpreted When the repast was w over overCommander overCommAnder overCommander
Commander Fullim said Gentlemen I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have enjoyed this meal more than any anyover I Ioverate Iover
overate overateSix over ate ateSiz ateSIx
Six or seven yean 1OB ago when the late UteCommander lateCommandr lateCommander
Commander Charles B Coolahan U 8 N Nwas NJ NJ1IIUI Nwas
was commandant of midshipmen mldaWpmenlone one of ofhis 01 01h1II o ohis
his assistants got a silence when hen be becomplained heOOtnp1a1ned hocomplained
complained about It Commander Coolahan Coolahanasked Coolahanuk 0OO1banasked
asked uk d dan n you punish people for not nottalking nottalldna nottalking
Tbo specific o act that caused tbs lr Ire of oftho oftbs ofthe
tbs midshipmen mld hlpmen hatf h t1lta its origin in a minstrel mlnctrelshow minstrelahow minstrelshow
show that the midshipmen rakish men gave T8 recently reoen y
In Ita nJpertolre Dertolrof of gibes gibelwblab Ib05 which InclodM InclodMrluy Inclnd d dhl
rluy bits hl el a 6MS9 o of ths csqjM tbs t
r r
mInstrels all for the cake of a laugh told
how they outwltte4 the officers In smoking
against t regulations rerulatl ns Lieut MoVay grew
wT milt > under the witticisms stud made an In
spoctlonRecording to the lines laid down
byjthft by tbtn1 the jnioirtnils inlAitreLsan4 etnts and obtained proof point
blank against the tb users of the wOOd contrary
to Saral NILT l Academy Acad regulations regulationsWAn regulatlollIIWAll regulationswIi
Mexican IIf ttn Government Want anti to Exterminate Exterminatea
a Weed eed That Crazn CraznMEXICO CrUNMXICO cra craMaxico
MEXICO CUT Mexico May rlv 25Tha 25Thaeffects 2GTheeff 21Theeffects
effects eff cts of smoking the marihuana weed weedare wfledare weedare
are so harmful that an effort la to be mad maduunder madunder madeunder
under direction of the Government to ex ¬
terminate the plant throughout Mexico
The War Department D partmnt Issued orders some snmutimo 80mtlmo sometime
time ago prohibiting prohlbltlngloldlerll soldiers from smoking
the herb The law
against gathering or orselling orlelllng orselling
selling It has been extended to apply to all allolaMM allclasses
The oonjiftquenofw ooJ1ll QueuclIfI of smoking marihuana marihuanawere
were shown at Monterey the other day da daA
A friend gave ga Malqulades Minsles a Mer Mexican Merlenn Merlean ¬
lean laborer a small supply of tho weed weedas
as a a Joke and told him to smoke It Mlrelw Mlrelwrolled Mirelesrolled llrelNlrolled
rolled the broken leaf Into the form of a acigarette acigarette acigarette
cigarette and began smoking it itPleasurable ItPIMJumble itPleasurable
Pleasurable sensations at flint flintover fI t passed pMlledotJr
over him He had hardlyTlnlshed smoking IImokln IImoklntbe
the cigarette when he was suddenly mixed aolzedwith Nllzedwith mixedwith
with a fit of Insanity He made a mur murderous murderous niurdorous ¬
derous assault upon his wife with a knife knifeand knltennd knifeand
and then stabbed a policeman policemanMlreles polloomanI1rolea policemanMiroles
Mlreles then ran pursued by a force of ofpolice ofpolloo ofpolioc
police and other men He ran for several severalblocks severalblooks severalblocks
blocks and then turned and attacked hill hinpursuers hisiJuruers I I11W8uerll
pursuers He was knocked senseless bound boundand boundand boundand
and shut up In a room where ho remained remaineduntil remalntduntU remainecuntil
until the effects of the marihuana had liadworn luulworn hadworn
worn off When he came to he could oo ld re remember remember remember ¬
member nothing about his actions actionsA
A report has been received hero from fromTuxtla fromTuxtla fromTuxtla
Tuxtla Gutierrez State of Chiapas that thatJos6 thatJaM thatJoso
JaM Sow a deserter from fl < m the Fifteenth FifteenthDattallon FUt FifteenthBattalion enth enthDattallon
Dattallon of the army while under thu thonfluenoe thuInfluence I
Influence of marihuana killed Maximo MaximoSalarar MaxlmoBalazar MaximoRalaxar
Salarar a citizen of that place Soles Solaswas 8owWall Soleswas
was violently insane when he committed committedthe
the murder murderlie
lie learned to use marihuana while Ja Jathe Intho In Intho
tho army and his uncontrollable desire
for the weed led to his desertion Thu Thomurder Thumurder Thumurder
murder was done with a I knife BoIse walk walkng
tug ng tip to his victim and without a word
burying the blatlo bl e In his body
It Is a rare thing for an American to be become become become ¬
come addicted to the use U8 of marihuana
One Instance of this kind I III reported from fromtho Cronltho fromthe
tho city of Oaxaca OaxacaA
A young American located there several nevpralyears Ievlralears severalyears
years ears ago and went Into the mining Intel bualnean 111I81nOM Intelnoes
nOM lie prospered and became wealthy
One day while on a hunting huntln trip he was In
duocd by an old Mexican to smoke a cigar cigarette cigarette cigarotto ¬
ette of marihuana He found thAt time tlioponsatlons thoICnMtloOll timesensations
sensations of the poison were Indescribably
del lellghtful Ielightfmmllie btful btfullie
lie had smoked perhaps a dozen or more moreif moreoC moreof
oC if the cigarettes in as many days when he hewas hewa hoWaR
was wa suddenly seized 2tId with a fit of Insanity
lie le broke uway from his home and IUtdnn ran into intolie Intothl intotime
lie thl mountains where he remained for forpisueral t tnevernl j
nevernl hours The insanity fit had worn wornoff wornoff
off when he returned to town townDr townDy I IBy
By that time he had become addicted to I Ithe Ithe
the UM of the poison and found It Impomlblo Impomlbloo I Ito Ito
to o give It up Tho insane spells came upon uponilm uponhim uponhim
him more and more frequently and In Inorder Inorder I Iorder
order to prevent himself from doing violence violenceo I
to o some one he always had his servant IIOrvantlook servantlook nonantlook <
look him In a strong roomwben he fnlttho fnltthoDrot fnltthoflllt felt tint tintfirst
Drot symptoms ot the attack His downfall downfallwas
was rapid Marihuana brought him to his hisend hisend i iend
end In a few months monthsIt
It Is stated by local physlolanu that the theuse theUt theUse I
use Ut of marihuana Invariably Inv riably produce a aliomloldiC 1 1homlolda1 abomloidsl
liomloldiC mania Many horrible Crimea Crimeahave orlmedhave orimeshave
have been committal by men under its itsinfluence I IInfluence I
Influence I Iflldtmr
Medtrntty Carried Too Far FarFom FarFrom j jFrom
From the Mlnntopclii Journal JournalModnnltr JOUNlolModttnUr JourseAidodetnilyis
Modnnltr Is all vcrr verywell well said an elderlY tlderlrwoman elderlYwoman elderlywoznaobVtn
woman woznaobVtn bvl bvlln In an episode the other day I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think It was y carried too far In response mponsato
to an 11 adTerttomant a housekeeper bo keepu called to tosee toaell tosee
see about taking a a place with me She was wasan WILan wasan
an Intelligent ctpibls pablll rounp woman wo trim trimand trimnd trimand
and nd pretty and 1 thought hlehlr of her till tillshe tLltabe tillshe
she took out a silver cigarette case and andexteipdinr anderfteudtnr nd ndertflndnl
exteipdinr II to mi ta wet wJdDo wetIo
Do talc a djpirttte ctPn grsIIe t madam One OnllcfJtotiIi can
discuss tbtne p to > much mon ooUortblr
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Store re Opens Opensat is Store Closes Closesat Cli Cliat
at at atUshcnt
830 A M 6 P M MWomens MWomens
lti every detail the Lfcading RetaU R RWomens Establishment Ushcnt of Brooklyn
Womens New Tailored Wear WeanTRe
TRe Richest Offerings of the Season SeasonNEVER SeasonN t J JNEVER
EVEII WERE THERE GREATER CHANCES to buy tailored wear of distinctly high grade than this thisStore ti tiStoro r rStore
NEVER N Store has presented this season And tomorrows offerings seem to cap the climax of special valqfts valqftsIt va1i va1iIt
It is not only that prices arc wonderfully little This tailored wear ia of a high grade seldom offered offeredunder offerMunder offorIunder
under grico rico at all nllof of a grade that Brooklyns most discriminating discrimin ting women will promptjy Jhoose Ahoo1I 1
4250 Mohair and I Sicilienne tI iciiienn 1s Suits at 25 25One I IOne
One of tho most striking examples of what tho finest tailor work can accomplish with these lustrous fabrics They Theyare The Theare
are in plain navy and black coat 32 inches long l ng ngwith with Bomiflttod back singlebreasted fly front hip pockets and nd lining of ofrich otrich ofrich
rich silk Full side plaited skirt attached to yoko depth depthS15 1 1new
S15 15 Panama Suits at 998 998Handsomest r 8 Separate Skirts at 398 398Another 398HandeomC8t 398Handsomest
Handsomest Suits over old under ten dollars In all alllikelihood I Another Anotherexampleofflnotallorwork example of fine tailor work They Thoyareoffendy Thoyareoffendylikelihood are of fancy fancyworsteds fan fanlikelihood
likelihood Thoy are of fancy striped Panamas smart smartnew I worsteds worat In choice patterns Doublet side plaited Kor cored coredeffects d dnew
new threebuttoned mannish coat with notched collar and androvers I Iback I effects with box plaited panel front and inverted plait baik baikAlso b k
rovers wide patched tched hip and breast pockets Botnifltted Botniflttedback Botnlflttedback
back lining of satin 8 Un Side plaited skirt stitched to yoke yokedopUi J Also with bios band around the bottom Soams 8o m all bound boundand oou bouiddoptm d ddopih
dopUi and nntahed around bottom bottomwith4 with 4 Inch inchbiasfold bias fold foldMens and strictly tailor finished t t1350se
1350 1350se to 2 25 NDeJ Separate eJ rtt rtted Skirts krr at 798 798Second 798Secotd I
Second Floor None ND C O DM D Credited ed or Lxcbured 1xcbancdTMens bD d
TMens Mens 1250 and 15 Suits 10 10Special 10I
II I Special Sate for Decoration Day Wear WearTT1IGHTYSIX WearEIGHTYSIX WearE
TT1IGHTYSIX NEW SACK SUITS for summer wear will be ready at a special price tomorrow to orrow All Allsquarely
r rsquarely
jQj EIGHTYSIX E squarely up to Loeser Standard of make and fit and style All down in 10 price pncebecauso because oecauso in 111 no one lot lotis 10 10is lotis
is there complete size range rnngethough though there are all 1l sizes many times over in the entire group groupMixed groupMixed groupMixed
Mixed cheviots and cassimcrcs Also some blue serges serg S and black Suits in the large sizes 8 zcs only o 11j Sires Siresfrom SiteSCrom
from 34 to 44 A fine Decoration Day offering at 810 a Suit uua uarorris Floor Elm PIAO NOM N a o o oHundreds i iHundreds
j jHundreds I iI
Hundreds More of Dainty Waists WaistsHardly W WaistsHardly
Hardly Higher Wan Cost C st of Materials MaterialsrKE MaterialsT
r rnnd
41E JE FOR EXAMPLE EX MPL these fresh and dainty S3 S3and 3 S3 3 Waists 198 198and
rKE T I to 4 Lingerie at
and 4 Lingerie Waists nt 198 Could you buy buytho 1 Lawn Waists at t 59c
the materials and make hcrq for anywhere near neara
4 to 750 Lingerie Waists at 298 298n
a two dollar bill billHardly billHardly 350 Black Silk Jumpers at 193 1 98
Hardly any an wonder that home dressmaking Ian Ianguishes
750 50 Lace Waists at 498 5498gUlShes 498guinhes
guishes when Waists nists of such charm and good gOO workman workmanship ¬ 53 3 Japanese apanese Silk Waists at 198 198ehlp 198ehip
ship may be bought for such small prices oa a this season has haadeveloped 55 5 Japanese 11 anese Silk Waists at S298 S298The
developed at the Loeser Store StoreThe StoreThe
The series aeri S of Waist Sales here has been unmatched anywhere And today we announce one of the thosales thebest the8al
best sales 8al yet Secofid MMr MMrTen 11 neorV neorTenSpecial r rTen
Ten TenSpecial Special Offers for Men Menr 1 1LAST
3 Bath Robes 245 24550c LAST L OR4T10N ORATION pA DAY Y tomorrow tomorrowSpecial 125 to 2 Shirts at 89c 89c95c 89c50e 89cSOc
SOc Suspenders 25c 25c50c Special offerings are expected expectedfrom e 95c Shirts at 59c 59c50c
SOc 50 c Scarfs S car f s a 25c 25c25c 25 c MEN from the Expectation Loeser will STORE not be FOR FORMEN dis disappointed ¬ 50c 50 e Shirts Sh 1rts at 25c 25c75c 25 25c25c
25c Wash Ties 15c 15c25c appointed either for in these ten tenspecial 75c Night Shirts at 50c 50c25c 50g25c <
25c Garters 3 for 25c special offerings we present perhaps perhapsthe 150 Pajamas at98c at98ceon at 98c 98cthe 9gcthe
the best values of the entire sea seasuch i isoncertainly
eon soncertainly certainly such offerings aa a must interest every man who has summer supplies to buy buyUtln t 2 2ham 1 11all1
Utln ham Floor NODe O O D 015O i
f i ii
150 Silk 27 In Rough Pongee = = 67c 67cmHE J JTHE 1
mHE MOST WANTED SILK OF THE DAY at a record low price priceprobably probably tho best offering that bu J j jbeen
THE J 1 been made or will be made anywhere this season seasonIt I IIt
It is a rough all silk Pongee 27 inches wide and there are thirty styles of stripes checks and nd plaids plaidswhich plaidswhich I Iwhich
which on the rough silken surface are peculiarly rich and effective It is heavy bea brilliant and strong will willgive Wilt Wiltgive i igie
give splendid wear and duplicates < one of the most widely widel known nndmost and most sought for Silks of the season seasonA
A full 150 value Here tomorrow tomorrow5OOO 5000 yards nrds altogetherat at 67c a i yard u UIIII ia now r Bond BoII < 1 tUne
1135 135 Imported Wool Suitings Suitin s 52c 52cTHE 52cTh 52cThT i
HE MOST REMARKABLE RE OFFERING of high grade and handsome all wool Suitings that has been beeamade j jmnde j jmacto
THE T made in months is announced today Nothing could be more attractive in design Nowhere Nowberoeveri Nowheroeveifor averi averifor J Jfor
for the full price pricewill will better quality be found The chance comes ns the final clearance of an importer importerwho
who wanted to end his l s summer season with clear shelves shelvesThese shelvesThese
These Suitings arc intwentyone different designs mostly broken plaids in light summery colorings co1o ng on oawhite onwhite onwhite
white grounds Up to now the price everywhere has been 135 l a yard Tomorrows price here ere will b b2c be bea
52 2c a yard second Floor noorto Elm zn 11 Plies I Ito
I IFiftecn
to 1350 White Whitelrish Irish Point Curtains at 398 and 675 675N 675NFifteen 67 67Fifteen >
Fifteen hundred pairs of highgrflde high grcide Curtains well c cli made in lfl a splendid assortment of designs d signs Mostly Mostlysmall Mostl Mostlsmall y 11
small Iota of 2 to 4 pairs of a kind kindfl80
OBc to 8125 Ruined Rul ed Muslin Ctirtnins at ROc ROcWhite j Real Renaissance and Clnny Clun Ctirtnlns CtirtnlnsN275 CurtainsWhite 1 1bite
White bite Nottingham Lace CUrtain CurtainsllO N275 S2 a pair regularly It Uwly up to 4 and 1160 1160S385 160S8 150a
S385 S8 a I pair alri regularly 1arIT up to S se 9 and JJJ75 JJJ75OBc P175sto 115
llO and 175 Curtains at 08o I BIO to t S12no 512 O Ruffled RrnaiManrcBrd lied Sets 5ctllilt nt SOCB SOCBMattlnp tlO oiiT T
225 2 and and2toCurtalnsnt 260 Curtains at S145 ratting and Bamboo Boxrs BoxrsUoxe D Otl OtlS3
S3 3 and 3X0 Curtains at SIUS 81 p Boxes at 8108 84BO 54 O Hcxrs n Itt lit st20c 9775 977520c 1 I I20c
20c and 25c Crepe Sateen Emerald Cloth and Oxford Linon Cretonnes 12c a Yard Yardv i iI iThird
v Third Floor From FromNothing V
I 4 j jNothing
Nothing BUT Great Values in TTiis Il is Hosiery Sale SaleTOMORROWS SalerrOMORROWS I ITO
rrOMORROWS IORROWS OFFERING from the Hosiery section is one of the most remarkable ever made It Itincludes i iinclude
TOMORROWS TO I includes < no chaff and no padding It includes on the other hand practically every staple line linaof lineof 4 1of
of Hosiery in ever eelj sire and in immense quantity And there isnt an American or foreign maker makerwho makerwho makerwho
who would take an order today to produce such Hosiery Hosicr at these prices pricesFor pricesFor l j jFor
For greater convenience in buying we have arranged arrang a part of the Hosiery IIosie in six pair lots lotsand and these thesalots thoselots r rlot
lots lot will ill not be broken Read the details detailsWomens detRilsomen detailsWomens
Womens omen Hosiery HosieryO BOiler 8ZBO tJ2 O Silk Stockings at 8100 a Pair PairBlack Pairo
O Pair for flOe Regularly SOc and 2Bc 2 c a Pair PairFast Black purethread silk with hand embroidered instep inMtpChildrens In instepFast Ipa IpaFaat
Fast black fine gauge cotton fast black fine gauge lisle lislespliced Childrens Hosiery HosieryI BOlllcqopJlood Hosieryspliced
spliced heels hl lo and toes toesO 0 I Pairs for 4Be Regularly IBc a Fair FairFast IalrIalr PairI
O I rain for 81 Regularly 2Bc 2 e and 35c a Pair fairFast Fast black fine ribbed cotton Stockings with double knae k kFaat bTuuseo bTuuseoFast
heels b eels and toes toes20c tOt toes20c
Fast black full fashioned cottonfast black gauze aure silk lisle lislefast I
fast with unbleached fad 20c Stocking at 12c a Fair FairFast ralrblac
black full fashioned cotton split feet feet feetblack
black gauge gur halo llo thread thr and a tan t cotton cottonO oott Fast black 25o tine le Stocking ribbed ribO cotton oott at Stockings Stockings25o Btlo Btloo lOc a Fair FairFaat
O Pairs for 81BO Regularly BBc 3 c and BOca hoc a Pair FairFast 8tocldng Iai
Fast Fat black bl gauze a 1110 lisle lle RglarJT fast f8t black blk light 1lt weight weiht cotton oott faat faatblack fastblack Faat Ft black blac and tan t fine fe ribbed ribb lisle and ad cotton oott Blocking BlockingMens Stock I Ibl
black bl silk lisle 10e < tan t gauze Iau lisle le black alloverlaoo almoverlacolisleand l erl4 lisle tllea and black blacklisle blk Mens Iell Hosiery HoiieryO Bole
lisle 10le with lace 1 Insteps Instepsa Inste O Pairs Pai for 00c OOc1 Regularly neglll 20c 200 o Fair FairFast PAi
a Pairs for rorBI 111 Regularly Rellarl BOc Oc and lnd rae Re 1 n Pair PairFast lal slate a Jaa Fast colors colorsO 00 black fine fe gauge gauo seamless s cotton oott also ao tan ta cadet cet and andslate a andslat
Fast black sheer lisle fast black embroidered lisle liaiefact lisletest le I
Fat bOr gauze g rbrolder thread o1 O Pain i for SI I Regularly2Bc Relarlc iexularly 25c u a Pair PairFast P FairFast I r rwhite
fact black blak Sea isLand cotton fast f8t blank lace Insteps lisle threadwhite I
ru S oott bl
I 1lt lsethr
white embroidered lisle e ton embroidered lisle and sad tan gauze gautalisle Fast black blk full fashioned fulo cotton oott also with unbleached spIlt
lisle Ul ebrir t ebrier ls1a ta gauz feet t et and a fin t fine lisle U1 thread threadO tr L st stUl I
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