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300i I-lb. heaves to the bartel.
HE best cooks are not satisfied wjth "occa sional" sticcess in baka ing. The e bdhinued usC of CREAM BLEND FLOUR has convinced them that satis factory results are possible E\ERY TIME with the right flour. 7If YOVi want the right flour arder "Cream Blend" next time. B. B. Earnshaw&Bro., Wholesalers, 10.' 100231t." e "Mi SOZOOiM is of benefit as a deodaAiaer antisleptic cleansing agent and pmserYitlV, A* your dentist. j. to,,r. I& a cuoe for Headache." I-ST try ZAMOR next itue .ou have a- head ache. It's worth 5 cents to cure a headacbe, and one (lose will most always cure. Slhigle doses at our fountain bottles sold by -all druggists. EDWARD STEVENS. M.itnufacturer, 9th- and Pa. ave. re-: - _ _ _ _ _ 41IN U'NTIL NOON TOMNORCROW AsliNCTN'sBIRTHDAY. Fine Piano Sacrificed. $400 Upright Grand, seo. $6 olnthly*.r This is an exceptional bargain. 1:eutiiful Mahogany Case Upright GrandT Piano in first-class condition offerd at less than half price-4194- i *n S monthly payments. Appropri- 1 Mte siool. scarf, one year's tuning and free delivery included. F. G. Smith CN -r lIfAIRURfl -11IJ-11kING. 1225 Pa. Ave. It We Sell the Very Best Elgin Creamery BUTTER AT3 c b-. - 36I. Atlantic & Pacific Tea co TORE. COR. TTH AND x. Ovr Fine Bakery Goods are Serve: ain our Luncheon Dept. The better the confec Stion the better it is for SReeves' Chocolates I & Bon Bonsi * are absolutely the finest, Shighest grade confec *E tions obtainable. 3Reeves, 1209 F St.i - fe21-28d Medicines j SCheapest. n. maore. Other ANTI-Trust priecs like Ne wbro's Herpieide. .. . ... ... 67c. C oke 1Dandruff Cure.----.... . . .7. SJ. W. Jennings, NOTIN HEDRUG TRUST, -i1142 Conn. Avenue. SColumbia Disc Graphe Sophone and ~3 Soutfit for-. - - S--$5 cash and $x weekly. HR ontit includes New Type "A. J.' Columbia Dise Girapbaophone, oak cabnet, anteelss neter. 1906 ~L.modeli iever reproducer, 21-ineb godand bliek bor,. ais 10-inch records or twelve 7-inch record., huxj. The gretest enter a~ othe ae 'Columbia Phono= ~graph Co.,12l2 Fst. Near Dupont Circle. CARPENTER SHOP, Jo~bi in mu i ts branebes. ine funture ve. Glasta- . ksmit TWALKER & ON. 'TilE H4JME 0F PURE WHlISKEY." Bon=Ton, -A Whiskey for --medicinal purposes. L.us set our Pr on if you wish' a Chas. Kraemer, ?L~-~ te28-20d T'he governmt whaat at Wbeald, Oi the Potoac rIver, in Westunbrelad enuft. ty Va.. the, bktpbot erb aI for Tnnu~. GEM. CHAFE= ABANERO. 1 TARY DIVXBION. Places Where Ball Tickets Can 3 Pur chased-Ice l Rve' Nay. Interfere ttf7lan - Word was been mogelved today that the governbr of Delaware and his staff and the entire legislature will come to Wau" on a special traz, to. participate in Ifauguration 6fi.449d'ent Roosevelt. The two immense stands facieg P ynppl vania avenue in front of the *hlre ode are nearing completion "nd a score of other stands are in course og constructip along the line to be followed by the inaugural parade. The plans of all the committees are being worked out skd*ly but surely. -infact. ev erything is practically In readiness for the great event of March 4., Geperj. IQgffee Is arranging the exact order to bre -followed by the organizations in! the military grand division, and Mr. B. H. Warner, with Mr. 'Thomas C. Noyes, is preparing 4 slliilar order for the civic grand division. It is be lieved that all applications from out-of town organizations are about in, and that the arrangement 'o' the parade may pro ceed without much danger of change. Capt. R. L. Foster of Company E. 12th' Regiment, National Guard of New York, hasAdvised the chairman of the Inaugural committee that Governor Higgins ed.New YXork has designated Qompany E as his personal escort, instead of tlie edinpfnY 'of engineers from the 22d4Regirent. Captain Foster asks for a good place in the Ifne' A committee of "The; President's .Neigh bors," an organization, of citizens of Oyster Bay, N. Y.. and Nassau courty, ,called on Chairman Warner of the civic-organisations committee and requested that the men who live next dont to President Roosevelt in the summer tinfe be: wel takien care Of In the parade. Mr. Warnet assured them that their application would' not be- over looked. Telephones Along Line of March. Gen. Johnson, chief of staff to Gen. Chaf fee, grand marshal of the inaugural parade. has arranged a complete system of tele phonic communication over the entire line of march on inauguration day, with a view to the better control of .the movements of the- troops and civiltah bodies. an in' order that the offleers in char e may be con4 stantly advised-of coiditins a'-all' points on. the line during ;jw.pfogress of the cer emonies. Telephone boeths *1il be estab lished at various points along the line of march. One of these booths will be erected on the President's stand, and another XJ the stand on the east steps of the Capitol. Others will be erected at the following named points: Southwest corner New Jersey avenue and B street southeast; at the Peace Monu ment, Pennsylvania avenue and 1st street; southwest Corner Pennsylvania avenue and 6th street; southeast corner 1Aennsylvania avenue and 11th street; southeast corner Pennsylvania avenue, and . 15th street; northeast corner Pennylivanla avenue and 17th street, and northwest corner of K street and Vermont avenue. In each of thetde:bboths -Bfl be stationed a telephone operator, a United States Sig nal Corps man . and a policeman. Each booth will be In direct commuhication with the central exchange, and in that way in direct communication with each other. Ex pert operators will be in charge at the cen tra- exchange with isntructions to, facilitate the biMiness" n-- hand - wft'-the officials "in charge of the inauguration..ceremonies. The proposed telephone system is design ed for the joint benefit of the officials in charge of the parade, of public order and of public comfort. In addition to control ling the movements of the organizations In line and maintaining their formation, the telephone system will be of great assist ance to the police and hospital authorities in cases of emergency' arising at any point during the progress of the ceremonies. (en. ChAffee, the chief marshal. will be in ciose touth at all times with the commandera of the various divisions of the parade. Gen. Chafee's Color Guard. .An interesting- feature of the inaug-iral parade %will be the color guard of Lleut. Gen. Chaffee, the chief marshal. It till consist of 'four cadets from the MilItary Academy at West PoInt and four mid shilhtien from Annapolis, -who will ~ave position immediately behinid the'chief igrar shal and ahead of the general staff. The young men will be .mounted on horses brought from the Westb Point Academy. This guard will consist of- Cadet Titus, who scaled the walls at Peking; Cadet Mlles,son of LUeut. Gen. Miles; Cadet Chzaffee, non of Lieut Gen. Chaffee, and Cadet Gatewood, son of a distinguished Indian fighter; Vlid shipman Decatur, grandson of Commodjore Decatur; Midahipman I~avis, son1 of -Rear Admiral Davis; Midshipman Beauregard, grandson of Glen. Beauregard -of the con federate army, and Midshipman Early, son of Gen. Jubal A. BRar~ly) the famous con federate cavalry leader. The members of the comumittee.4n charge of arrangements for the reviewing stand to he used by District employee and officials ina.uguration day were highly pleased to day to receive from Mr. ,G. P. lihrer, superintendent of Convention Hall, an of fer to loan to the cosumittee, without charge, for use In the stand, 400a pilairs from Convention Hall. The committee bas notified Mr. Bohrer that the offer will be gratefully accepted. In the future all arrangemeents- in -connec tion with the District employes' stand will be in charge of Mr. Waldo. C. Hibbe, see rtary to Commissioner Macfarland, who will also have charge of the stand inau guration day. 1Where to Buy Ball TZickets, Inaugural ball tickets are now on sale at the following places: Trust companies-American Security and Trust Company, Washington L~oanl and Trust Company, Union Trust Comppany, Banks-Riggs National Bank. Columbia National Bank, Commercial National Bstnk, National Metropolitan-Citisens' Bank, Cen tral National Bank. Second National Bank, American National Bank, Washington Sav ings Bank. National Capital Bank, Union Savings Bank, Lincoln National Bank, Bell & Co., Crane, Parris & Co., Lewis Jobasen Company. Hotels-Arlington Hotel, Hotel Raleigh, New Willard Hotel, Shorellkm Hotel, Ebbltt House, St. James Hotel, Hamilton Mouss, Cochran Hotel. Riggs Ho'se, Portland. Jewelers-Berry & Whitnipre Co., F street. corner 11th northwest; Gait & Bro., 110 Pennsylvania avenue northwest; Shairs & Brown Co., 1110 F street northwest; Harris & Shafer Co., 1113 Pennsylania avenue northwest. Music stores-Sanders & Stayman Co., 127 F street northwest: E. 7. Droop & Sons Co., V23 Pennsyivanisasvenn, north west; F. 0. Smith Piano Co., 1223 Pennsyl vania avenue tiort1west; A. V. Grimes, 1212 F street northwest. MIscellaneous-John B.C Lasie, 015 .1th street northwest; W. F. Roberts & Co., 730 15th street northwest: Saks & Co., Tth and Pennsylvania avenue; Woemdd & - Lo throp, 11th and F str0ets uorthwest? Wash ngton Gas Light Company, 411 30th street northwest; Lansburgh & Bro., 7th strdet northwest; the Cosmos Cmut, oener Madi son place and 11 street; 'H. T. Offierdinger, 504 9th street northwrest i W 'Rhumn pharaey, TM 15th street northwest: Metro. politaa Ctubt I. H. Small A Sops, 14th and G streets ,sorthawest. 30 Uta=i= altx1sat Eigs, hundrea maing 1rwA S5 c0liry i Coze B ase ~ ess . Tor. V. Amasv ster ato ab Mr. Thomas W. Bnith. Veedfsnt Of th Bast Washington itilss' Association. ha 4Wie foj R t' to Cha"ianfall -M of the iniee Digtet MMItee? *e ak your easefufoasideratimon f th grade-crossing preteet BieO with the jHous committee on District of ColOmMa. Tb propsition to iniet upon the good psopi of Sotheast Washington six grade crse ings, and particularly - the Dead 3"n1 curve, between 24 and 3d streets sthas (the others being 2i. 3 4th and 5th Atteet and L and M streets), is one that c00 be characterised other than an orage The Pennsylvania Railroad Company de sires 'tosve $150,000 to yMa00A, the cost 0 the bridge at New Jersey avenue where I will cross Its grade crossing at ths point. There are a number of houses sout] of New' Jftsey aeanue between 4th an South Calitol streets., the occupants 0 which welud use - NW - Jersey avenue al their natural outlet to the Capitol and th city." They -have eire ed of the us of 'New J&sehr avenue' r .thg past ten 01 more years because of the foutteen Or MO railroad tracks owned by the Pennsylvani Railroad Company crossing this avenue matring either a pedestrian, a wagon or 1 carriage crosm.ag at $hat point prohibitlv4 bedaute of the great 'danger to life am limb. These people are now using 3d stree and 4th street east and South Capitol stree toget oui76f this culatesec. The United States, the District of Colum bla and all the railroads entering the DIs trict are under legal obligation. and con tract to eliminate grade crossings withil the city limits at an expenditure of mor than twenty million dollars. In view o: this fact it seems to me most extraordanar3 that the District Commissioners wouk4 trade with the Pennsylvania Railroad*Com pany. the result of that trade to be the fix Ing forever of six grade crossings and on Dead Man's curve upon the good people o Scutheast Washinkton. The trade I refel tj is the money saved by the Pennsylvanis Railroad Company. Because of this trade I Is relieved of the cost of the New Jersel avenue bridge; the District of Columbia ob tains about 10.000 feet of Garfield Park an a part of the bed of New Jersey avenue foi siding and storage yard to take the placie of about five acres It is now using 0 streets and avenues in Southeast Washing ton in defianice of law. The Commissionerl never obtained from Congress the authorit! to use any street or parking in Southeas Washington. for storage purposes. Put your shoulder to the wheel, obtain al the* informatioal ybu can from others an vigorously protest against' this. iniquitout trade The Commissloners claim that thi navy yard people are the ones who ar urging this measure because they cannot as they say, have railroad entrance facill ties to the navy yard. unless such a bill I, pssed. This is untrue, for a glance by an: pfactical man at the map or at the actua site .will prove to his satisfaction that a] entrance to the navy yard can'be obtaine( either from the west or east side, and par ticularly from the east side of the navy yard from the tracks of the Pennsylvani Railroad Comparvy at or near Pennsylvanib avenue bridge along Water street to an under the proposed Anacostla bridge, th4 roadbed of which will be high enough a thi point where the bridge crosses Wate street to enable -engines and cars to g under it, and reach the navy yard with bu little cost and in a- most direct way. P-91= = .IR . K&BXLA. To Abolish Dingley Tariff Rates oi Tobacco. - Sepretary. of War Taft today transmitte4 t'o' The HLdse a' petition: frol~-the tobacc operatives of the city of Manila urging th abolition of the Dingley. tariff rates on to bacco imported into the United State from the Philippine Islands. The petitioi says that: "It is a proven fact that today one-hal of the Manila operatives are without worlk and that the part which is at work has ha< its labor reduced to less than one-hall When-fornerly there were employed in 9;1 industry of cigar making nearly 8,000 meri now not more than .one-half of. that num her are working.- Many families are des titute an4 in need. It must not be forgot ten that 'tle- cigar makers who have frot childhood worked within doors cannot wpr, irI the scorching rays of the sun and ~e not, bear the work of the field .r the >b on the highways, Which at present affor, .he only means of earning a living. .0t einployers tell us that it is Impossible fo them to give us more work as the tobacc industry has for years been losing one mar ket after another.* The Japanese markel which in f6rmer years got the greater par of our products, has been lost; the Austris maiket is being lost-because of an increas 'in the import duties; the Chinese marke is being lost owing to the growing popu larity of Burmah, German and other tobac cos manufactured in different sections, ani we have also lost the Hawaiian markte which was formerly the distributing poin for all our Manila cigars." The petition contains the statement tha unless relief is afforded by the abolition o the duties as requested the tobacco industr. of the Philippines iS doomed. The House is today engaged in debatini the Philippines tariff bill. PAST CENTURY MARK. Henry Warren to Celebrate 105th An niversary. of 'His Eirth. Henry Warren. colored, who lives at 131 8th street northwest, will tomorrow cele brate his one -hundred and .fifth birthday That he is really as old as this is said to b' attested by a record of his birth in the fam fly Bible of the Thompson's, who former13 lived in Georgetown. and were at one tima slave owners in Montgomery county, bid When a man'-bought a slave he "bought his age" also, according to tradition, and it was for this reason that the births of the slave chidren were carefully put down in writing The old man's mind Is perfectly clear, and he claims to remember well what happened In Bladensburg, Md., when the "Britishers' marched through that town on their wa; to the capital. He says he and his mother lster and brother were so frightened a the 11ews of the approach of the oreigneri that they ran away and hid In the woods. Mr. Warren is very proud of the fact tha his birthday anniversary falls on Washing ton's birthday. He is especially well in formed in history, and can give a good ac count of events that happened in parts o the country he had never visited with ai accuracy that betokens careful reading an< an excellent memory. He was a musician and besides being able to play upon the vio ln he could, according to his own state meets and those of his daughter, Mrs. Id4 Smith. with whom he lives, read and writ< music with considerable proficiency. As he is in good health and not vera feeble, he has hopes of living a number s years longer. Indeed, there appears to b every reason why he should have that hope He has outlived his wife and fourteen o his fifteen children, and about him he ha the pleasure of seeing descendants to 'th ifth generation. Warren came to this city before he wa twenty years of age. He was a tinner and coppersmith by trade, and many little at 'ties. ther fruits of his handiwork, are die played by the family. He rememaber Washington In the days of the beginnin of things. In his prisme he used to play to dancing at balls In the old Willard Hotel. The family has made arrangements to celebrating his birthday anniversary in quiet way tomorrow at his home. He wil receive his friends between 6 o'clock and I O'clock In the evening. THE GOVEBHOR SUSTAINED, Powers of the Ohiaham.a Legialatur Ds~uad An opinion has been rendered by Asai ant Attorney General Campbell of the In teior Departmnent, and approved by tZl Secretary of the Interior, In reference is ommnacation frogn the governor of Okla hema territory relative to the pamae ae his veto of an act by the test~itorist legiula tO omending thees e----e-- aet th tertitoryaeuer ah(te-abami the Ose was whether the teriiettt f ogn..b peuetob it~gi theR RD7 t ong d to fthe* - on if exehio ot-4he teneyear :lest the vU1 lands--of Ithe - O sigw . fiis i alimti. The .' OCWt=A. EUb. Own _7. nid4Beditartfthoock havei tihB last few daya.'received a, aumber.of telegrams proteathg, aWaMnt 'ahy -further tht r01 a ,ard il. Cporpapy .coqntr the Who-lp thing. -.!,ere was received a therWite Efosse todAy ittelewta *in th Kansas a setakir the1estdent to r onegent Ai efengo ,oefth leae another teniears Ther o lbject f the tan$ solicitude i an amendment In Con glisd: ixteling 1"eAs foi utier"te pears over ON.00 of thdebiginkl TOkO00 of toil lands, and Secret Hi np proves this amend ntsih .Vi asked a b out i todayi 'ie hat, tee were vesed idt doneddhih this number acres th*fift nesitd ftAheepMta from r tt and..th tgo .a4as his tm he Preitde in ttake ea:siwilar' +le*. - 86ciHfWiy Hitch '9to W-Mirjr t pree easei sougtfnet to leave been m tt, .but as they were mtade there, ud t prot1c4p 4qr thpoe, who have made teia amen amountJng to Ertetident,Rooseygt's pleasure q% e as Sageby the House yesterday of the, Jill p iroviding to&, two,,Arre- boae :shiVs was shown In. talkW he- had with :memniers ,o the House this -morninig. Several republicans t lands:two democratsr-felctated the Pres t and 'An turn er congratulated apon Ltelforts thiey4 himaade lit behalf oftithe LbilL:-The~republicans wer~e Representatives I Foss and Dayton 'and the'democrats were vepresentatives Sulzer and MeyeF thre of t the number being members of the naval af r faiff atftis tie. thetedden disdnt ior get the fact that theW ictory in the H'ouse t for' two battle AhIps, wai 'due to demo;6rafle support and expreksed'himself accordingly. "I am with the'President. when heIs In line withete Aimeehn people," said -Rep resentative Sulser,* "1hnd I do not hebsitate to saysthat I ati hifiv s more -In ting with tithe masses ofVthe'1560pfe today than any -resldent e he %W AnceLnolrns d.a It was the democratic vote of the House I that Oas dofftbo iJrovdri g'or two bat dte ships, and: cer deicncrats propose tobe Itd the PtesNen -at all timna when he Is Progressive atM- lggessive and wilen he repYesets the* v ;w~ I think the demo Scrats who voted With the majority of the i republicans did 'ngt e m r Representative meydr also said at the democrats did'ot bject to having' her proper share Of th credit for in the 1 se rbill t bh fr tisa ttle ships. -ut for them twitreh te tidt ive been two ight ri tag craft of'laygo'~ b, afi thsi Pres.14ent appreciated what they had done. W , v eiships A Soutfi Ca njiman iIs the first to make xformal appi t President for a dudgdsiip"In r proposd .anw"court for railroad ae S e " in l idhe nloterstate comtnerca 6oInissfW.hi 'mhe- applicant is F John CeHskeli of .06'u-iibia. S. C. 'and his r papers werefiled with the President today by Representaile Leer of that state. Mr. Haskell oom1es -am ft Wt of'the* promninent famies Of the state. He Is'sbrother-In taeof the late Wade Hampton, and was 'a a lifelong friend q', the late Hugh Thompson, -at one. time governor of South Caroina. The Pr-esident knew of him, and sp9ke highly as to the ltness for the place. I The probability 4s that it railroad legisla t tion Is ever passed by Congress providing t forc a court of revie for cases frm the. in terstate commerce comission there will be t a thousand apptants. 'Men in every state Sare now being talked about. r Jaines B. R Ieynolds, whlo will become as sltant secretary Of the . treasury after March 4. called on the President Mr. Rey nolds will make himself acquainted with some of the work of his position before he takeasheoa ath of ofMce. comSetre-ono Knsa tro-apicant Judg entr' sC swkCly Ge-orguiba S. C.d aoste hi Louaiesan taeed with the- Presideht today they addressnmadile to himo yetera stte der. Hatel. fromistewm the reet rto onnet rsfamive to the cration Hef a cotherIin jlor the ltetglo Wad Htdonadtwos an the. onerie govtevie of devealopmna. ofThe Presdentke of hhsutyim, aotn .pk -Phighdyas t e theassfrtthe pe. mn StoIeaser akese th Cotton proding fr .cs outy re~wso asmprn tern an thewold like to. sen sminger state are now beingators, boeuitn. se o JamesuB. beyno -t wo will bregom Con gss t t retr ohe treasuray ferla Marhon caledi for ta Prems~in yidet.ey nolds wil mke hiselfote acquuntd. with doevo the worb thoh positoereihea take s eai ary olelptetaeo thS.ntryt.xo assItoceJug GilPfthresi entGingur to henordthprn Presdn Rooeel T ilg Piade eti - .oiia talkedowth helireWsintaon't btha address edre hiyesudent by dele teatiderty the creinsofn and ommre-o ceivor t lthhan of thae cogntionf tha th orsituon t tderew of deelopmentlws ofA th'. tade ofm the deree if cotto os rTbenres~deat to reced tbthe delgreet pestna resatvof the otonprodr. andhe wouldsideto ee sehingtoneat g7ess th~ mt.', theenslv~anylgslradar tiving atvil o a coao 11 hclck sae that attbe x acm aioy theyro uld tern-g this cGeran ,-n arn Brerge Going to Pennylvnia, PAsidtt andeelwl o set seie o ira andrs ber. The atby ofl tra t~ve n a o Peusyatac nd to re ceve aritae h anso the esdnta inttind h ege fdorcty o lahs Un Atasmetm h degree octr I awil be cofere upon por ofte 1stin Troop, to wcev hedreeasthewIb thesn ersnatv aftheeprr at. : Prsdntwl ee Wshinto ae t 7 o'clotck. depln but1 Ococ.H . theyerm an aia5~4r ndh toesst - werd. flane pr '-'espoday Peaneybeang * Setay to e, etir.ed^ - Rixeand-bor.un A.gLatin. ndtInadtt the seretesec Osn- arrial a1middwahiethe Plesideet Umiesty Of the slia were th~e eseg Seoe ofgeeo the sat~e 4hAt th conluio . tp ~e~datanoprt 0i 4 ck I~ 09 o teTo= Coupon. This Palais loyal Cou pean entities bearer to Red, White and Ble Ribbon Boutonniere. in honor of Washington's * Birthday. .with compul meats of the Palais - Royal proprietor. Pre sent before one o'cloclc on Wednesday, Jrebru- Making them to ary 22. I05 day. Ready eight I-elck to mzor r o w + morning. $1.98 Tomorrow far Sampes. Some The maker begins his season with hundreds profitably; some are less elaborate, buit with tbo many of these samples are without a dtiplicate 'I tomorrow morning-at a nominal price. Choice dia Linon Waists; some are hand-embroidered, ery; still others are tailor-made, with elaborate s $5.oo. New Wattan The 27-gore pleated Storm Serge Skirt is n< of -Panama cloth, cheviot and voile; Influitely su Choice for $5.98. None Wo They are the i ments are counted good quantity and offered. In'two gra choice. Rekdy tor Leather Belts wort; the lot at 43c for c Hind's Honey and Al And Other Special 1 for any 25c Handkerchief. for $1. Thousands to choose from; Combs; ladies' and men's. eied. - for the new 35c Hemstitched ounce -1 22 iVeiling, in all colors. and.Az 89C for new. 1 Auto Veils, with 20C jar for he-mstitched border; 3 yards for Lyo long. for 50C for 25c, and 44c for 50C 29 inches 2 Neckwear. ladies'. figures i 4c, for the new 50c Girdle Belts; 22c for nel silk. In black, white, brown, porters' blue and green, to 75c. R%.Red u ced Best 2 - The Lace Ankle and Hose are to be 35c in Maco Yarn Hose, all b be I9c instead of 25C ;a row only, from 8 a.n. t 50c Sample Corsets and Gir to third floor and Interview attention is assured here. Bring the Children Witi Note the For newly attractive Per- For usu $1.48 cale and Gingham Dresses, white a Russian box pleat effect, with pat- styles in all sa ent leather belt. SIzes 4 to 14 years. All new.. Palais.Royal, INVESTIGATING DEATHS. HEAVY SUNT] St. Louis Coroner Probing Demise of Convicted of Va Two Women. Civil Goveri ST. LOUIS, Mo., February 21.-An in- MANiLA, .rbr vestigation into the deaths of Mrs. Marie ton, who was convi Barrett and Mrs. Mary Dahr, each sixty ers of the ciH goi years of age, which occurred within forty- of $1,500, was toda: eight hours of each other, will be begun sixty years and five by the coroner today because It 1was dis- was tried on fivei covered that the two aged women, together sentence on each e with eight other women, whose ages range and one day. from sixty to eighty, bed lived in two Major Carrington rooms in Franklin avenue for seven years. fense, his attorneys The health department will also make points. an investigation Into the squalid manner T ocasie iln in which the aged women lived- there is adlverse to1 Too old to work, the ten women ha~d will appeal to the managed to eke out a precarious living, and -United States. when found a single leaf of bread was the meal for the eight living. Four were very Idesstiged as 1Bankr Bobber. I .3 s VERNAL, Utah, Februay 21-lbr L. nno ahmn~ Caldwell and David Fraughter, who are held in jail here on a charge of grand is-la thw1.0 aeny, have been identified as the Cody bank robbers, for whom there is a reward of reytoa.Ii $5,000. Mherig Horton of Carbon county, lr tuo, g. Wyoming. has arrived here with W. L. iu~i olno WaIts, who was an eye witness to the k Is otrt-I lng of the bank cashier. Waits positively g' identined Caldwell as the sa who did the. shooting and Fraughter as the ,kcompliee. Thloe oe .u I z r~. neme fteK 9100,000 _______ dentofYOeBE.s ig ractory Building Bzand-Trroen aoit f.x Hydats cmsend Coer4 Delay. eadmt.o hI NEW YORK. February 21-Fi-omn by- Twtyfv sg drants so interfered with the work of fire- daInafiu men today when- a fre started in a big fac- I tory building in Greenwie~b street that what hawaea at first seemed rather an Insignificant blase - called for four alarme ad resulted In ~a te .wso loss of fully 3100,000. The fare was in the factory of Philip Hano thSYEdi & Co., manufacturers of manifold booksWit St~1 carbon papers and autograph machines. da ttehm EPlic Chief Dsm ad Syed Trial f y cweaD PeligeW~tta as bee serveywith begy .E ti.i nte in ablM she boar4 _ Cggle-a.rt~ne. tti igst -~... -.-...s Ir@w. + Tried and True. The words are used commuer cially. The las here at S1.' Coupon. re beig -used -outside the store* fdr deotative purposes. This Palais Royp1 Cou. Much gnSow. 1all. ralh'tha i little sun pon and nine cents (Sc) have tried them and g entities bearer to one- proved them true.... half pound of 40C qual- 6-foot fag on eight-foot ity Candy. Choice of hand-turned, pole. mounted. forty kinds of choo-'. " t 'Vapaildhed ball. -truck. fhalyards and socket. It's the lates and bonbons. Until big sixe flag-to hang from the eke ''clock Wedneoday, -wiidbw-of private residence. February 22, 1905. Aotel r publir building. Each complete with all fixtures-one or one thousand at $1.3r each. 3 to $5 White Waists. Vithout a buplic-ate. of samples. Many prove too elaborate to make tp much delicate detail: for one reason and- another hey come to the Palais Royal aid shall go to yott of Pure Linen, Swiss, Persian Lawn and Finest In others daintily trimmed with fine laces and cmbroid titching. $1.98 ior best of Fine Waists, worth up to g Skirts, $5.98. wly graceful and wear-resisting. Other new styles >erior.to $5 skirts-as good as most sold at $7-54) Se& 790o rth Less Than $i. iaker's oddinents-Iiis odd by do'zens, so that a fairly Ln immense variety are ter - - md lots at 43c and 79c for morrow norning. Note that i-up to $l are included ii mond Cream, 29c Bottle Prices for le Half Day. r, Side and Back for new Cut Cryi''1 aif Jew gold band -ad.jow-eled Neckhafls: graduated AizJ beads.- IUsually rMk'. or Piyer'p. Le. Trefle- d mea famos tL'traetirfld Oxzyri Balm, and 12c V'sTotPwdrder; highly recommended. Ribbons, 5 and 6 39C box for Dr. Churle' Piesh ride; new woven dots, Food. Lad floral effects. 3C for large size Pin Cubes ind r Belt Buckles; im- other 5c article%. samples; worth up c a. paper for Englsh Pins; only or dsen for Shell -lair Pind s c~ itr -oc: ose. . .. Plain Bisek-Mercerized Silk Lisle stead Of 50c pair. The wellBkaowne lack and with White feet, are t) pair. Special prices for tomor o i o'clock. or Corsets.. lies at a nominal pr ice. Take elev ator' the coroetfere. aPlgze and intelligent Special Prices.c l e $1 Wash Dredse. 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