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HUNDREDS OF COATS HEREENTIRE THIRD FLOOR GIVEN TO THEM
for coats which arc arcso areunequaled
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50 to 56 Inch lengthsof lengths lent of broadcloth broadclothC d plaids stripes stripesEnglish stripesEnglish rI e eEnglish
English worsteds and polo cloth single and double doublebreaatod doublebreastod doublebreastod
breastod storm collars and presto collars
25 for Saltzs s silk seal plush Plushcoats coats and the thebest thebest thebest
best ca caVaciil actll cloth coats coats35 35 and 40 40values values
75 genuine Russian ponyskin coats 45
150 Hudson seal coats for 110
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ASK EXPLANATION EXPLANATIONOF
OF 264000 BILL BILLLegislative BILLLegislative BILLLegislative
Legislative Committeemen CommitteemenWant CommitteeJnennnt Committeineu1Vaut
Want nnt to See Mete lets Books BooksNew BooksNew
New York Dec 1 1At At this afternoons afternoonssession atternoonssession afternoonssession
session of the legislative Investigating Invostigatingcommittee Investigatingcommittee Inv itlgating itlgatingcommlttee1t
committee commlttee1t it was waa announced l1ounced that a a sub subpoena subpoena subpoena ¬
poena had been served upon James J JEvans JEvans T TEvans
Evans treasurer of the Metropolitan MetropolitanTurf l1 MetropolitanTurf tropolltan tropolltanTur
Turf Tur Association the bookmakers or organizatidhj 01snnizaU organizatitin
ganizatitin ganizatidhj snnizaU n1 popularly known as the theMots theMots theblots
Mots and that th t the Investigators had hadsecured hadsecured hadsecured
secured the th associations books booksThese bookThese booksThese
These latter it is further alleged re revcal reVill reveal
veal a list of bookmakers book lnkers contributing contributingfor
for legal expenses at tho time the thelegislature thehglslature thelegislature
legislature had the HartAgnew racing racinghills racInglnls racinghills
hills under consideration An attempt attemptwill attemptwill
will be made to show tha that the Metro Metropolitan Metropolitan Metropolitan ¬ I
politan Turf Association combined with withthe withth withthe
the th racing associations in contributing contributingfor
for legal expenses at this time Ac According According According ¬
cording to counsel for the committee the theracing thertclng theracing
racing associations raised 250000 for forlegal CorIe forlegal
legal Ie al expenses at that particular time timeMr WneI timeMr
I Mr Evans is expected to be an interest interesting InterestInJ InterestIng ¬
ing InJ witness on the stand tomorrow tomorrowwhen tomorrowwhen tomorrowwhen
when F K Sturgis treasurer of the theJockey theJocke theJockey
Jockey Jocke Club will also be questioned questionedOne que questionedOne tfoned tfonedOne
One of the features which it Is ex expected expected expected ¬
pected the committee will inquire into intois IntoIs intois
is the alleged expenditure of more than thanJ2C4000 than2C4OOO
J2C4000 for legal services during the theyears theears theyears
years ears 1907 and 1SOS 110 by b the eight racing racingassociations rnclngnssoclatlols racingassociations
associations of the State This Thisll it is said saidIs saidId
Is in addition to the fund of 500000 con contributed contrlbuted contributed ¬
tributed at a meeting of prominent racing rac racing racIng ¬
ing men held In Delmonicos and which whichwas whIchwas whichwas
was to be used to tc > beat the racing bills billsHarvey billsJInrTC billsIlarveyL
Harvey JInrTC IlarveyL vL LSplter Spleer Dead DeadLaurel DeadLaurol DeadLaurel
Laurel Del Dee tHarvey 1 Harvey L 1 Spicer Spicerpostmaster SpIcerpQstmastel SpicerpQstmaster
postmaster at Bethel one of the leadlnj leadlnjmercir leadlnn
mercir n n ns + s of the county died this morn mornIng mornIns mornInn
Ins Inn He had been an invalid for several severaiimonths severalmontlul severalmonths
months He was sixty slxt years ears old and andleaves andleaves andleaves
leaves a wife and two daughters daughtersIf
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MAY AY END PROBLEM PROBLEMOF PROBLEMOF PROBLEMUF
OF CAPOfllSM CAPOfllSMNorris CP1JIOIflSNorris
Norris Insurgent Eager t tAmend tb tbAmend tbAmend b
Amend House Rules RulesRepresentative RulesRepresentative RulesRepresentative
Representative George W Norris of ofNebraska ofNebr ofNebraska
Nebraska Nebr ka no less l ss insurgent Insurgontand and even evenmore evenmore evenmore
more determined against Camionism In Inhis Inhis inhis
his own ownparty party par has arrived In Wash Washington WashIngton VashIngton ¬
ington ingtonMr IngtonMr IngtonMr
Mr Norris makes no secret of his in intention tntn1l0n Intention ¬
tention to use every opportunity to toamend toamend
I amend the th rules along the lines ofhis ofhisattitude ot Ails iliaattitude AilsI Ailsattitude
I attitude in the last Congress Q > ugres and prom promIses promIses promises
Ises to start anew on oll the Republican Republicanstandpatters Republicastandputtors Republicanstandpntters
standpatters when an opening > presents presentsitself p1esentsItiel ptesents ptesentsitself
itself itselfMr Itiel itselfMr
ItielMr
Mr Norris said yostoWny yostQJ ny that he did didnot didnot didnot
not consider con 1der that tho Democratic party
IK committed to a committee on com committees iommltteas committees ¬
mittees mitteesOf mltteasor mitteesOf
Of course ho added that party is iscommitted Iscommitted iscommitted
committed to the proposition that the theSpeaker theSpeakor theSpeaker
Speaker has too much power powerMr powerMr powerMr
Mr Norris said that while he was ias in infnvor Inffivor infavor
favor of a committee r nmlttee on committees he hemuch hemuch hemuch
much preferred another proposition and andwould fiudould andmould
would ould use his lal best efforts to have the therules therules therules
rules of the House so amended as to togive togiC togive
give it force He advocates in brief briefthat brfetthat briefthat
that the committees of the House be
divided into two classes clus s The twenty
leading loodln committees of the House are to toconstitute toconstitute toConstitute
constitute the first class and and the remain remaining remainIng remaining ¬
ing committees the second class The
first class committees are to consist of ofeighteen orIchtfen ofeighteen
eighteen < < > members They are to be se seIgeted selected seeted
Igeted lected eted as follows followsThe toUowsrhe followsThe
The States of o the Union are to be bedivided bodivided bedivided
divided by a committee of three elected electedby electedb electedby
by b the House for that purpose Into ten ten14oups tenr
groups r + oups each ach group containing as nearly nearlyas
as may be an equal number of members membersbelonging membersbelonging membersbelonging
belonging to the majority party The TheStates rheStates rhoStates
States of the Union are likewise to be bedivided bedlvidEd bedivided
divided Into eight groups each contain containing containIng containing ¬
ing as nearly as may be nn equal numher num number number ¬
ber of members pf the minority party or orparties orparties orparties
parties Each of these th e groups is to meet meetand meetund meetand
and select one he of its number num er for a mem member member momber ¬
ber of each of the committees of the firstclass first firstclass firstclass
class classEach classEacl1 classEach
Each of the he groups then reports to the theHouse theHouie theHouse
House the names of the members selected
for membership on eao eacff of the standing standingcommittees standingcommittees standingcommittees
committees of the first class No member mem member member ¬
ber is to be e a a member of more than one oneof oneof oneof
of the major mt jor committees Each committee com committee commlttee ¬
mittee selects Its own chairman Th ThSpeaker ThSpeaker ThSpeaker
Speaker Is not to be a member of any anystanding anystanding anystanding
standing committee cc nmttee mittee The Committee on onRules onRules onRules
Rules is s to appoint the committee of oftho ofthe ofthe
the second class and the Joint standing standingcommittees 8tandlngcommittees standingcommittees
committees Vacancies are to be filled filledin finedIn tilledin
in the same manner as original appoint appointments appointments appointments ¬
ments mentsThis mentsThis mentsThis
This method Mr Norris believes will willsolve willsolve willsolve
solve the problem of Cannonism so far farag farap
I ap It relates to the committees committeesLODGE committeesI committeesLODGE
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I LODGE EXPRESSES CONFIDENCE CONFIDENCEo CONFIDENCESenator CONFIDENCESenator
1 u j o j jSenator
Senator Off for Wnslilnctonj FOBS FOBSon FOA FOAt FOAon Fosson
on Xonimrtijmn Nonpartisan t Trfnr TdnrBoston TrfnrBoston TdurBoston
Boston Dec 1 1Ench Each expressing him hlmrelf himelf
leir < elf as supremely confident of the result resultof resultt resultof
of t the coming election of a United States StatesSenator StatesSenator StatesSenator
Senator In Massachusetts Mas Masmchuselts chusets GovAlect Govelect Foss Fossand Fossand Fossand
and Senator Lodge left Boston today In Inopposite Inopposite inopposite
opposite directions Foss starting on his hisnonpartlsan hisnonpartisan hisnonpartisan
nonpartisan tour of Cape Cod against againstLodge againstLodge againstLodge
Lodge and the senior Senator for Wash Washington Washington VashIngton ¬
ington to attend the session of Congress CongressSenator CongrCS6Senator CongressSenator
Senator Lodge voiced his confidence as asto usto asto
to the result of the Senatorial campaign campaignas
as follows followsI
I am leaving with every confidence in inthe inthe inthe
the result of the coming election in the thelegislature thelegIslature theiogisiature
legislature I could not but bo touched touchedby touchedb touchedby
by b the expressions of loyalty and support supportwhich supportwhich supportwhich
which have come c me to me from all parts partsof partsof partsof
of the State I have no doubt as to tothe 10the tothe
the result resultIn resultIn resultIn
In his speech tonight Mr Foss as asserted asstrted asserted ¬
serted that when the people In the Cape GapeCod CapeCod CapeCod
Cod district dl tact elected him to Congress last lastspring lastslrlng lastslring
spring they hey sealed the doom of Cannon CannoniKm CannonIHm Cannonism
ism caused the retirement of Senators SnatorsHale SenatorsHale SenatorsHale
Hale and Aldrich compelled tho admin administration mlmlni administration ¬
istration i tratlon to seek reciprocity with Can Canada Canlula Canadq ¬
ada and gave ST1 c the countryvhope country hop hope of tariff tariffrevision ta1l ta1lrt tariffrevision < <
revision revisionMr rt revisionMr > lsion lsionMr
Mr Foss declared Senator Lodge was wasworking wasworltlng wasworking
working worltlng in silence and secrecy with the thepolitical thepolitical thepolitical
political machine which has dominated dominatedpolitics dominatedpolitics dominatedpolitics
politics In Massachusetts for years and andthat andthat andthat
that the only Indorsement indon ement he considers considersnecessary considersnecessary considersnecessary
necessary is that of the special interestslie Interests Interestslie Interestslll
lie serves He condemned Senator Lorges Lorgesrecord Lorgesncor1 Lorgesreorti
record in the Senate and said the only onlybill onlybill onlybill
bill in the Interest of the people he re recalled 1ectilled recalled ¬
called that bears the Senators name was wasthe wagthe wasthe
the force bill a measure that causes causesovory causesevery causesevery
every honest hon st man to blush blushDescribes blushDescrlbcs blushDescribes
Describes His Jaunt AbroadCapt Abroad Abreuu1Capt AbroadCapt
Capt Osborn H Oldroyd 01dro d gave an anjllua anjlluatrated Illus Ulustrated Illustrated
trated lecture on his jaunt through through Ire Ireland Ireland ireland ¬
land Scotland Scot1 nd and England at G A R RHall nlIall 11Hall
Hall last night under the Auspices of ofEllen orEnen ofEllen
Ellen Spencer Mussey Tent No No1 1 The Thepictures ThepIctures Thepictures
pictures were excellent and a large audi audience audlcnlC audience ¬
ence was present presentf
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BALLMER REPORTBEFORE REPORTBEFORE REPORT REPORTBEFORE
BEFORE 1HOLIDAYSMajority HOLIDAYS HOLIDAYSMajority llOLIDAYSMajority
Majority 1IaJ o or > Committee Committee Hold HoldIons Hol HoloJfg a aLo1lo
Ions oJfg Conference ConferenceWILL COJ1fer ConferenceWILL llce llceWILL
WILL UPHOLD SECRETARY SECBETABYRepublican SECRETARYI SECRETARYRepublican SECRETARYRepublicans
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Republican Hold Meeting lUeetlng at Call Callof CnUot Callof
of Senator Nelson the t11eOJlnlrmnn t11eOJlnlrmnnand Chairman Chairmanand Chalrnrnnand
and It HIli Is Announced that Report ReportVni ReportW4ll
W4ll Vni Bc Beforo D Before fo c Congress Con reJUI Before BeforeAdjournment Defolc DefolcAdJournnumt Befo c cAdjournment I
Adjournment for Chrljnio ChrljnioAt Chrut Chriatnras ChriatnrasAt as i iI
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At the conclusion of ota a meeting o ot six sixRepublican sixRepublioan I IRepubHoan
Republican rn members mem nl ers o 0 the th Bajlinger Bajlingercommittee 11aJlln 13a11IngRrcommittee erl erlcommittee
committee on inquiry yesterday ye terday it Itwasl Itwaslannounced it wasannounced was wasannounced
announced that tho report r port of the ntajbrlt ntajbrltmould majority majoritywould I Iuld
would mould uld be submitted ubmltt d to 0 Copgress just justfore be before before ¬
fore the adjournment for the holiday 1101l ay re recess re recess ¬ i I iI iC
cess cessThose C cessThose Lr LrThoe
Those present were wereSenator wereSenator I ISenator
Senator Nelson of Minnesota chair chairman chairman ¬ I ImanSonator
man manSonator Senator Root oC New York Sena Senator Sen Sentor Senator ¬
tor Flint of California California Senator Suther Sutherland Suthet Suthetlund Sutherland ¬
land of Utah Represn Represesttatlvos tatlvos McCall McCallof McCaJot McCallof
of Massachusetts and Ojmsted of Penn Pennsylvania PenJlS1Ianla Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Representative Repre entatho Denby Donb of Mich Michigan ll1cl1Igan Michigan ¬
igan who will join the six members membersnamed membersnamed membersnamed
named in their conclusions on the case caseIs cJ case caseis i iIs
Is expected exp6 ted hero in a day or so soXelfion soNelson j jNeJlloJ1
Nelson Calls CnU Meeting1 electingYesterdays Meeting1Yesterdays i iYcstrdas
Yesterdays meeting was held In re response response ¬
sponse to a call issued by Chairman Nel Nelson Nelson Nelson ¬
son A review of the record wad w begun begunand begunand
and it is understood views were exchanged ex exchanged exhanged ¬ I
changed as to the form and nature of the thereport thereport thereport
report to be mado It may be stated upon uponauthority uponauthority uponauthority
authority that the majority will hold holdJstration holdthntSecretar holdthntSecretary
thntSecretar Ballinger DaUlnr In his admin admlnIstratlon administration
Jstration of the public publiclands lands and in Tits Titshandling 11lshandling hishandling
handling of the Cunningham claims fqr fqrcoal forcoal fqrcoal
coal lands in Alaska was not guilty of ofimproper orImproper ofimproper
improper acts as alleged by Gifford Pin Plnchot Pinchot 1 1chat
chot and other critics of Mr BallingeK BallingeKWhether BntUnger BallingerWhether I
Whether Mr Ballinger or Mr II Plnchqt Pinchgtwill Plnchqtwill I Iwl11
will be censured is not known Congress Congressinstructed Congressinstructed I
instructed the committee to inquire into intothe Intql intothe
the activities of the Forestry Forestr Service Servicecovering Sorvl Sorvlcoerlng Sorviee Sorvieecovering
covering the period of Mr Pinchots donf dom domInaUon dors dorsnation
inaUon as well as 8 of a the operations pf pftho Q Qtho ofthe
tho Interior Department of which Mr MrBalllnger air airBallinger Ir IrBallinger
Ballinger Is I the head Both of them as asLa lis lisn asn
La n matter of fact are under investigation investigationalthough Investigationalthough investigationalthough
although Mr Ballinger has appeared be before before before ¬
fore the public as the defendant defendantFurther defendantFurther defendantFurther
Further than to make known that their theirreport t1l61rreport theirreport
report would ouIlI be given to the public publ before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the holidays none of the committeemen committeemenshowed committeemen 90mmTttcemenshq committeemenshgwed
showed shq ed a disposition dlJ > Osltion to discuss the case caseyesterday ooflee5terday caseyesterday
yesterday It has been assumed ever since sincethe 51n sincethe c cthe
the division of the committee at Minneap Minneapolis JifinneapoUs ¬
olis In September when the Democrats Democratsand Democratsand Democratsand
and Representative Repr sentaUo Madison of Kansas Kansasprogressive Kansasprobrrosshe Kansasprogressive
progressive Republican framed a report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that the majority would report in favor favorof favorot favoro1
of Secretary Ballinger BaliingerThe Ballingergree BallingerAgree
Agree gree on Essentials EuentlabThe EssentialsThe
The discussion disclosed dl loed it was stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the majority Js is agreed on all allscntlats og ogsentials es essentials ¬
sentials and that nn itb rni > difficulty will be beexperienced beexperienced beexperienced
experienced by the majority of seven in inreaching Inroaching inreaching
reaching a unanimous conclusion on all allpoints allpoints
points pointsRepublican 1 pointsRepublican > 01 n 15 15Republican
Republican leaders in Congress realize realizethat reaUzcthat realizethat
that toe real light ght over the Balllnger BalllngerPlnchot Ba1UngerPincltot BallingerPlnchot
Plnchot con controversy overly has not yet begun begunTwo begunTwo begunTwo
Two reporter repor on the affair will be sub submitted submitted subntitted ¬
mitted to t the the Howes and the 0 Senate S nate The Thereport Theleport Thereport
report of the minority was given out at atMinneapolis atMlnnonpoUs atMinneapolis
Minneapolis In October It was W Sa a tor torrid torrid torrid ¬
rid document dCCUm d ment nt eo eor condoning d zijning nlng Mr f Ballingerand Ballinger Balllngerand Ballingerand
and demanding emnndbtfJS Sle tI dismissal miesa1 from the theCabinet theCnblnet theCabinet
Cabinet CabinetThe CnblnetThe CabinetThe
The Indications are are that action will be betaken betaken betaken
taken on one of these reports It is a aforegone aforegone aforegone
foregone conclusion that the Senate will willadopt willadopt willadopt
adopt the majority report The Demo Demoera Demoern Democrats
era crats tR will make an anetfort effort to forco the theadoption theadoption theadoption
adoption of the minority report Some Someof Someof Someof
of the progressive pro r S tve Republicans will join joinwith JOinwltb joinwith
with them While the statement cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be made on authority there is reason to tobelieve tobellee tobelieve
believe that the Democrats will present presenta
a resolution proposing a vote oto of censure censureon censureon censureon
on Secretary Ballinger BalllngerSEES BallingerSEES BallingerSEES
SEES THE NEXT PRESIDENT PRESIDENTRepresentative PRESIDENTUeprexentathe PRESIDENTItepresentative
Representative Cox Favor COT COTMarnliuII GOTlnr811R11 GovMarshnll
MarnliuII nn Democrats Choice ChoiceRepresentative ChoiceRopresentat ChoiceRepresentative
Representative William IIIm E Cox df the theTiiird theThird theThird
Third Indiana district gee sees in Gov Go Mar Marshall Marsl1 Marshall ¬
shall sl1 lJ of his State the next President PresidentThe PresIdentjhe PresidentThe
The Indiana Democrats are for him himsaid himsuld himsold
said Mr Cox and we Yo hope to secure securehis securehis securehis
his nomination at the national conven convention cOnention convention ¬
tion tionHe
He has made good as governor is ispne Isme isgne
pne me of the best State executives e e uUvcs Indiana Indianahas Indianahag Indianahashad
hashad has had in decades is clean honest fear fearless fearless fearless ¬
less and an oldfashioned Jeffersonian JeffersonianDemocrat JettersonlanDemocrat JeffersonianDemocrat
Democrat to the core coreIn coreIn coreIn
In Indiana we have raised tthe the banner ban banner banI banncr ¬
ner of Democracy I so so high that the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican party cannot pull It down In
1912 Marshall if nominee of o the Democratic Dem Democratic Democratlc ¬
ocratic party for President will get In Indianas IndlRnas Indianas ¬
dianas electoral vote ote The election of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn
John W Kern for the Senate gives gtV S gen general general general ¬
eral satisfaction satisfactionWhat satlsfaotlonWhat satisfactionWhat
What about Senator Beveridge Mr MrCox MrCox MrCox
Cox was asked askedLet askedL askedLt
Let L t the dead deatIJest rest in peace he re replied roplJed replied ¬
plied plJed1IEED
NEED FUNDS FOR BANQUET BANQUETBaltimore BANQUETBaltimore BANQUETDaltlmore
Baltimore Democrat Begin to Fans FansHat PallllIInt PassHat
Hat for Dig Jubilee JnbiieeBaltimore JnbU JubileeBaltimore e eBaltimore
Baltimore Dec D 1 IAt At a conferenceamong conference conferenceamong conferenceamong
among Senators Rayner and Smith Rep Representatives Replesentathes Representatives ¬
resentatives Covington and Talbott and andState andSlate andState
State Democratic Chairman Vandlver Vandlverthis Yandherthis Vandiverthis
this if ryttornoon tornoon the programme for the UjeDen tl1eDen theDen
Den iocrntlc national Jubilee in this city cityJaniary cityJanHlry cityJanuary
January 17 next was discussed and a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee of which Frank Furat t a awealthy 8wealt1 awealthy
wealthy wealt1 Democrat is to be chairmaji chairm was wasappointed wasappointed wasappointed
appointed to pass around the hat and andcollect andcollect j jcollect
collect funds for the banquet and other otherexpenses ot otherexpenses cr crexpenSes
expenses Prominent business Mien wereappointed were wereappointed WEreappoInted
appointed on the several comrattees cammtteerho comrntteecThe j
The Senators and Chairman Vandlver Vanclherhave Vandiverhave i ihave
have received letters from rom party pnrtyleadcrs pnrtyleadcrsIn leaders leadersIn
In all parts of the country commending commendingIhe
the project projectA proJIltHow
How to Get Rid Ridol RidCatarrh
ol Catarrh CatarrhA
A Simple Safe Reliable Way and andIt andIt andIt
It Costs Nothing to Try TryThose TlY lrYThose
Those who suffer from cntarrh crrtarrltknQw If know Its Itsmiseries Itsmherles itsmiseries
miseries There TI tore is l s no need of this this suffer suffering sufferIng sufferIng ¬
ing You can get rid rho of it by b 5 simple simplesafe simplesate Simplesafe
safe Inexpensive home treatment discovered discov discovered dlscovered ¬
ered by Dr Blosser Who for over thirty thirtysix thlrtysix thirtysix
six years ears has been treating catarrh c turrh suc successfully successfuUy successfully ¬
cessfully cessfullyHis cessfuUyIlis cessfullyills
His ills treatment is unlike any other It Itis ItIs Itis
is not a spray douche salve cream crea or orinhaler orinhlller orinliMer
inhaler but is a more direct and thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
ough treatment than nny of these It Itcleans Itcleans Itcleans
cleans out the head nose throat and andlungs andlungs andlungs
lungs so that you can again breathe breathefreely breathefret1y breathefree
freely free and sleepy sleep without that stoppedup stoppedupfeeling stoppedupfeelln
feeling feelln that all catarrh sufferers have haveIt haveIt haveIt
It heals the diseased mucous membranes membranesand membranesand membranesand
and arrests aneg the foul discharge so thatyou that thatyou thatyOU
you will not be constantly blowing your yournose yournose yournose
nose and spitting and at the same time timeit timeIt timeIt
it does not prison the system and ruin ruinthe ruinthe ruinthe
the stomach as internal medicines do doIf doIt doIf
If you want to test this treatment withe witheout without witheout
out cost send your our address to Dr J W WBlosser WBloser WBlosser
Blosser 261 Walton street Atlanta Gar Garand Ga Gaand Gaand
and ho will send you ou by return mail mallenough mailenough j jenough
enough of the medicine to satisfy saUsr you youthat youthat youthat
that It Is all he claims for it ns a remedy remedyfor rcmedyforcatarrh remedyfor
for forcatarrh catarrh catarrhal hendaches catar catarrhal catarrhal catarrhal
rhal deafness asthma bronchitis con colils co1 1s 1sand s sand i iand
and all catarrhal complications He will willalGo will willalso i ialso
also send you ou free an Illustrated booklet bookletWrite bookletVrJte bookletWrite
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pair in a pretty box always sell at BOc BOcNow 38 C
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ALL NEW ENGLAND UPSET UPSETRepresentativeelect UPSETRepresentativeelect
Representativeelect Curley Tel Tnlon Telon
on Democratic Victory VictoryJ VictoryJmes VictoryJames
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In the Tenth Massachusetts district is isin Isi isin
i in the city to confer with Democratic Democraticleaders Democratici Democraticleaders
i leaders In relation to the political situa situation stuaI situatlon ¬
I tlon in New England Mr Curley said saidyesterday saIdI saidr saidyesterday r
I yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe esterda
I The demand of the th people of New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland
England Is for an an n immediate revision of ofthe ofI ofthe
I the tarirf downward upon articles of daily dailynecessity dallyI dailynecessity
I necessity necesslt anti and an particularly iupon upon those thoseproducts thoseproducts thoseproducts
products which are controlled by the thetrusts theI thetrusts
I trusts and the ringing voice of NewEngland NewEngland New NewEngland
England Is not to be denied deniedState deniedState
1 State issues issues in our recent guberna gubernatorial gubernatorlal gubernatorial ¬
torial election In 1 Massachusetts were wereswept wereswept wereswept
swept aside as dust in the balance Sen Senator Sentor Senator ¬
ator tor Lodge for the first time tJm in his lifewas life lifewas lifev
was v compelled to take take a defensive defensive posi position poslI poe poetion ¬
tlon tion from the outset outs t of our recent cam campaign campnlgn campaign ¬
I paign and he was highly hlghl ill at ease easethroughout ansei casethroughout
i throughout the contest Wer WOW Senator SenatorLodge SenatorI SenatorLodge
I Lodge a candidate fcr reelection to the JheSenate theSennte theSenate
Senate in Massachusetts by a popular popularvote popularI popularvote
I vote tomorrow toJPorrowhe ho would be defeated d feated by bySOCOO by byI bys0coo
I SOCOO SO to 100000 votes votesTho votesi votesThe
i The political revolution in New Eng England EngIlam1 England ¬
Ilam1 land and the sweeping character of the theDemocratic theIDemocratic thebemocratie
IDemocratic Democratic victory was a surprise to toeven toi toeven
i even the most optimistic members of our ourparty ourI ourparty
I party part who foresaw f resaw the handwriting upon upontho upont uponthe
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London Dec 1 1Qu 1Quegn Queen 1 Alexandra Alexandrareached Aloxnndrnrenche4 Aloxandrareachedher
reached reachedher her hersl sixtysixth t > slxlh birthday blrthdayannlver blrthdayannlversary anniver anniversary anniversary ¬
sary sary today toda and was the ther recipient lplent of ofmany ormany ofmany
many presents presentsund and messages mC5 messagesof agosot of congratu congratulations cbngratulatlonft congratulationd ¬
lations lationd from relatives relatives and friends at athome athome athome
home and and abroad abro d Flags were displayed displayedon
on public buildings and = the customary customarysalutes oUfitomarysalutes customarysalutes
salutes were v were re fired at all naval and mill military mUltary milltary ¬
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taken in the baking b kin establishment e of o Messrs MessrsHolmes Mes MesHolm es rs rso
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ness js 1 1sides s absolutely essential Electric ectri c P power ower be besides besides e ¬
sides operating the a machinery economically is isthe isthe is isthe
the cleanest power obtainable For informa information in form orma ormaltlon a ation
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Dr Percival and Montague Roberts RobertaHare RobertslIaTe Robertshave
Hare Letter to President Ta TaHackensack Taft TaftHackensack TaftHackensack
Hackensack N J Dec 1 tDr Dr Charles CharlesG
G Percival associate editor of the theHealth theHealth theHealth
Health magazine and Montague Roberts Robertswinner RobertswInner Robertswinner
winner of the New York to Paris auto autorace autorace autorace
race reached here liere today on their pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed 10000mile automobile trip coming comingfrom comIngfrom comingfrom
from Portland Me Ie e Dr Percival lives at atTeaneck atTeaneck atTeaneck
Teaneck near here Their mileage since sincethey sincethey sincethey
they left Detroit is 16784 The automobile automobilelett automobilelc automobileleft
left lc here for Newark Trenton Philadel Philadelphia PhtladelphlR Philadelphia ¬
phia and andVashlpgton Washington The autolsts qutOlsts have havea haveletter
a letter for President Taft
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Chief Chief Carpenter Fretcher of Navy NavyCot NaTTCut NavyCuts
Cot Cuts Throat with Razor RaxorPortsmouth naaorPorsmouth RazorPortsmouth
Portsmouth N H Dec 1 1Chlet Chief Car Carpenter Carpenter Carpester ¬
penter Joseph B Fletcher for three years yearson yearson yearson
on duty at the Portsmouth Navy Yard Yardwas Yardwas Yardwas
was found found in a bath tub at his homo homotoday homoto hometoday
today to day with a razor wound in his throat throatand throatand throatand
and died a short time later It was said saidaround salt saltaround saidaround
around the navy yard ard that he had been beenacting beenacting beenacting
acting peculiar for weeks but his widow widowbelieves wIdowbellees widowbelieves
believes Fletcher suffered a n paralyticshock paralytic paralyticshock paralyUoshock
shock while shaving and that his throat throatwas throatwafS throatwas
was accidentally cut Fletcher was a amember Qmember amember
member of the Greely arctic expedition
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om O rue e Does it make the blood rich No NoDoes NoDoes I IDoes
Does it strengthen the nerves No NoAsk Nos 1 1factS
factS t Ask s your doctor if i this th is not trueIs true trueIs freet freeIs
Is Ayei Ayers s Sarsaparilla a tonic Yes YesDoes YesDoes YesDoes
Does it make the blood pure Yes YesDoes
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