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DESEKET D 1U T EVENING EV3 = l2 NEWS THURSDAY JUKE JL E 7 lOOt 6
E BOERS WILL NOT NOTCOMETOAMERICI NOTGOME NOTCOME
COMETOAMERICI COMETOAMERICIthat COME TO AMERICA AMERIOAThat
that is the Opinion of the hc Hr Hrkander AMkander fri frikander
kander Envoys EnvoysSOME EnvoysTlLL EmoysmbTILb
TlLL SOME MIGHT DO SCtl SO SOis
They arc Willing WillingI 1111 to tolaTIJlI toListen
laTIJlI is That I tl fleU Ie
Judlltellltlll runt the llieUitru IlleJhlro thellcu1er
Listen I II
Uitru l Slate Slatev Slatemarly SlalUfIarly SlatcarRarly
marly Wipatehea Wipateheaino
Ie j ino J IIn 7ltenew 7Itenewel l roaoluuon roaoluuonHere
Here re extended to Atometa MeN Measneiiand MeNI
> 1
v I eiiand eta II and WotnMiWM Wolm < < tin tinRl tllMIIit
b I
r br MIIit F Iset nlgh nightthus th U lnl bf the tbtr
r the Holland society an anat and andgli anAa
gli a at a banquet at Jtlngala Jtlngalat
I tally In honor of the tb dele delIRlto deleE
niton IRlto were told that thawns thate thatwn thatwas
e
E was a holy hol one on and the thejdl theI theythat >
dl i that If ever their people peoplin peopleulp
n k I iuuln ulp they should trek treJa
1 u 1 a to America Americaji AmtiCI
ji I K d tor r President Sleyn Sle and oniimn andr
11 r imn of South Africa wen weni wereorde
i 11 wordll otd of eloquenoe Tin Tint Thkl TheAfrlkanden
Rl RlI > t Afrikanders replied InI In Irin
f t I f in h K in which they tilt earnestly earnestlyi rn IIY
I I I < i I the moral support of ofili 1 a apU
pU ili iliut Ur UrnK <
nK 1 < ut your voice ole said one onetn onefoe
I IInll
tn foe > wake UII the sleepine sleepineuf
I IlOt
uf f Europe rurope I II
I 11 1 we e would be to lire under underHIM underta
t HIM ta t + 14 mil < Stripes Strl aald anotltet anotltetk
IS k 1 UK tu II plant the fag of free freei freeuth
i mil Africa and some day dayi da dayproud
1 i proud to see these th banner btlnnrI
1 I I in n the genM of dedication dedicationMiUr dedioattonenardraped
I MiUr l r In which the function functioni
enardraped with tthe ttheuncn uncn uncniut
i i tut IIIIA draped with the green greenhit greenand reen
hit and blue 1 > lue flag of the Trans Transand Traniand
and the respective colors colorsi colorsKlale
i < a states and Holland Hollandi
n i e i ling t fur St Paul Mr Will Vfetn It Itan
n in n interview InlpnI 1I on the tn question of ofrs oCi
i 5 rs mtng to America cald caldM
II i Ins M I in l bIIte > llee that the Doers Doe will willi
i L fin rr Idom d i m or at least partial Il rtlftl free freelimn freenh1n
11111 > limn a year or BO If not at atIM atII atur
IM ur at II wry uncertain as to the theIf theIf theI
If I inv definite offer IB made madeui Inadj
ui j I q HI IfflUal repreetntatlvM repre entaUvN of ofin oCIII
1 in H t uth Africa we w hall be beit beit
I > > it before our iMtople and antI
I r hU h m un opportunity to decide decidetupy decldr decideutey
r tupy wish to come to America Americar i
1 1 S1 i < t w I r to find that many were werea
a g < ungrate 111 gratl it would be neow neowi nIIprJ
L i f prJ nj agents ahead to look over overf
f f < J < uiil n not t lead the tb people Into IntoTn Int IntTn intoT
Tn T T uuntry uuntr This would take taken
1n n Ve WI like the country and andk andWere
11 k Were ifi rl the Boers Doe to oome to toi toth
i ihi Hwlr ir recent trials would weuldi ouldt
t t r i fWted fWtedi f utld utld1 utedilo
i ilo I do not think all the thei
i lOP and I doubt whether whetheriv
iv f th the Uoers In the Orange Orangeind Oran Orant
std t k end In the TranxvaRl would wouldn
n t Jhrn > f their adopted homes homesuf hom homIIr
uf u i ling to trek farther Into the theu
0 a f r r u + r y have hll any assurance that thatK
hl K in h duff will not follow them themb
b ti ns n have come and gone In Intry
Vi it i making It a f t fatherland fatherlandinert f1t erllU1d erllU1dII
n > II + inert th n Hutwe JJut Ilutehall shall be bet
t t 1 < i from the citizens of the ther
r II MSI Srn rn rn states and learn whether whethermusk r rII
1 II musk l1kp us offers offerso offeri
i S Negro o lCro ro Politician Tnlk TnlkT
T 1 Jum 7 7Former Former Judge E ii O QtT OAr
s tT r vri 11 b sots tIll mentioned as a presl pteala
41 a I i > sitiiity at the meetm meeting of ofi
SI > r d i Negro N lrro party In Ihlladel IhlladelSta
F Fdjl Fdjly J
> y > > irj rumors of the forma formaEJ
r r EJ i 11 i 1 party It la h a beautiful beautifulu
1 II IIr J I L u G ee c one of the principles principlesis
r r1 I i tv II t is R fir Ir colored men either eitherm
fr m voting or or vote for this thletin thllrar thisi
tin i far as not voting l lliiu Ie lei
i I h hove in voting If I were wereio
11 io I r Un k In blood blooda
J t r > a presidential nomlna nomlnar
I I r > desire or BinWtlon to tound toI1IJund toes
es I1IJund 1 < und In the mud mudf
II f the colored people peopleen ptOlIlI
t r I en putty > y Is no deubt Ini In
I r i 1 Int 1 nt talk about repeal repealnth rt al
r 0
5
> nth amendment The Thenever
J 1 1 III never rtpwl ttP4HIllh the fit flfi
a Impnt ImpntJlr
i i pretty Jlr > tty general feeling
r I red > d people against t the theittv theitlfy theuty
ittv this coming election
MiKlnley M hlnley Is the standard standsbaa
11 1 ha baa no sympathy 1 l athy for the
FORMING A NEW NEWSUGAR NEWSUGAR NEWSUGAR
SUGAR COMPANY COMPANYTwo
Two Million Dollars to be Investoc Investocin
in a Plant in Illinois Illinois1IAKB illinoisVIMJ IllinolsWild
Wild VIMJ 1IAKB BEET SUGAR SUGARIonr
Ionr Itot r Inctorloi lo be CiiiutniclcU d In Inlli IIItlau lealist
lli list liHiiKulire IIIrll VullcyTlio lIlIlIJlll1 Scheme SchclIoarlr SchemeNesrlr SrlicuioHead
oarlr Itcamly Head lo t Launch LnuncliKaxtr LaunchBarl LeunclaUTulr
Kaxtr Barl DllpateIMNJ DllpateIMNJChlcqo DbpalebselChicago Ditpatcb DitpatcbChictfo
Chicago June TThe The Record says sayiTwo tayTwo saysTwo
Two million dollan It II wild lei wilt be beused beWIed beused
used to promote the beet sugar iu ar Indus Industry Indtutry Industry ¬
try in the Kankakee valley valle Of that thatamoubt tbatamollbt thatamoubt
amoubt over twothirds two thIrd will be sub subscribed subscribed ub ubcribtd
scribed by Chicago capitalist who will willcontrol willoolltrol willcontrol
control and dictate the companys poli poller policy policy ¬
cy The name of the corporation It to tobe tobe tobe
be the Kankakee I nklkee Valley Beet 8u Sugar lurCo SugarCo ar arCo
Co with headquarters In Chicago and andbranch lI1dbranch andbranch
branch offices at each one of the four fourproposed CourJtOfOItd fourproposed
proposed factories factoriesJohn factorJeeJohn faetorletJohn I
John Farnsworth of Detroit Mich lllchhas Michhas 1I1chhu
has been engaged In organising the theproposed theproJlOltd theproposed
proposed cotnpany Mr Ir Farnsworth Farnsworthtoday Farnlworthtoday Farnsworthtoday
today said saidI
I am tn not In a position to Rive out outany outany outany
any of the proposed plans of our com cornpang company contIInr ¬
pang As A soon M we w Imve secured securedall
all of the capital stock we shell apply applyfor applytor
for a charter under the laws la of Illinois IllinoisI I1l1n l lI
I thtpk three th weeks will Me our com comnanjr companr cornpans
pans Incorporated IncorporatedFOR IAcorporRtfdFOR IncorporatedFOR
FOR THE CONTROL OF CUBA CU0ACongreuimn CUPACongreuman CUBACongreltnen
Congreuimn King Intoductc a Moisure Giving Giv Giving Glving ¬
ing the litaftdws Itla wl Self Government GovernmentHcidlulloii GovernmtntnUlllullou Govermmortiteeohtllou
Hcidlulloii Derlnrf IlerlareaCubaue Cubniii CUbA III to be Hit Hittilled 11 11IIlIed Jhitilled
tilled to Tlihll S Occupation OccupationUncniiitltutlouul OtcUInllollUColtllitutlollal OcetipatlonUuconeiltutlousI
Uncniiitltutlouul UuconeiltutlousICongressman UncniiitltutlouulCongrestmftn UColtllitutlollalCon
Congressman Con re man William H King has In Introduced Introduoed introduoed ¬
troduoed In the House the following followingJoint followingjoint followingjoint
Joint resolution directing the President Presidentof
of the United Unit States ltat to issue n 1 procla proclamation proclamation praelamatron ¬
mation declaring the purpose of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States with respect to Cuba and andIts andIt andIts
It Its people and also to leave the governmeat govern government ¬
meat and control of the Island to Its Itspeople ItaJIIOple Itspeople
people peopleWhereas peopleWhereas
Whereas bII the people of the island of offuba ofCuba ofCuba
Cuba revolted against Spain because becauseDf
Df the crush cruelttee Jen and wrong to which whichthey whichth whichthey
th they had long been subjected and Ute UteUnited UI8United t e eUnited
United StatM filta In the Interest of human humanity humaJlIty m mIty
ity and because of the abhorrent con conJltlon con41t1onll co codltions
Jltlon which had existed and were wereontlnulng werecontinuing werecontinuing
continuing Intervened and extinguished extinguishedSpains extinfitJlbedSlaln extingulahedSpains
Slaln Spains authority In said Island and andWhereas andWhreas andWhereas
Whereas the United State declared declaredit dtcla dtclaat
at the time of Intervention that the thewople the1IeOilie thepeople
people of the Island of Cuba are andof andof and andf
of > f right ought to be fr free e and Itulepend Itulependnt
ant > nt and that there was no Intention to toxerclse toexrclae toexercise
exercise sovereignty Jurisdiction or orontrol ormntrol orcontrol
control over said Island except for the theDeification theflulftratlon thepermeation
Deification thereof and R d with that ac accomplished accomplllhed socomplished ¬
complished the united States would wouldeave 1Iouldlean wouldlave
lean eave the government governmerttand > and control of the theHand the1land theIsland
Hand to its people and andWhereas andWherea andhereas
Whereas hereas by the treaty of Paris theUnited the thenlted Ihelnlted
United States further recognlaed r < < > > gnlud the the1ght theright theright
right of the Cuban people ple to absolute absolutereedom ablOlutetreedem absolutefreedom
freedom and independence and andWhereas andWherea andWhereas
Whereas since nee the protocol of Aug Augist August August
ust twelfth eighteen hundred and andilnetyelght 111111nlnetyelght andninetyeight
ilnetyelght the United States Stt have haven havebeen havebeen
been n In potIHNlon poe Mton of the Island of Cuba Cuband Cubaand Cubaand
and nd said island IllanlllUld and Its people have been beenroverned btengoverned beengoverned
governed and controlled by the mill millary military mllitart
tart power and authority exercised exerel ed by byhe bythe bythe
the President of the United States who whon whoIn whoin
In n so doing has granted extraordinary extraordinaryud
and ud unlimited power to agencies em emloyeJ employed m mploYId
loyeJ by him In governing said I Bland 1IIIInl1and islandand Blandnd
and nd Its it people and andWhereas andWhereu andWhereu
Whereu in violation of the solemn solemneolatatlons IIOImndeClataUon solemndeclatatione
eolatatlons of the United States that thatpoti thatupon thatupon
upon the pacification of the Island Its Itsovernment IIIIOvemment itsgovernment
government and control would be left leftUs Idtto leftto
to > Us II poople the United States Mill hold holdnd hohlalld holdand
and nd occupy the said Island and give no novtdence noevidence noevidence
evidence or assurance of any Intention Intentionto
to 9 carry out the pledge M made all of ofrhlrh ofthlrh ofwhich
which results ulte In disquietude dl and mis misIciona IIU IIUplcto susplclona
plcto plclona Iciona and provokes unrest and UK UKBiitent dl dlcontent dlscontent
content among the people of Cuba and andWhereas andWhere andWhereas
Whereas Where the continuance of the th mill milltry millfjry millhry
fjry try control of Mid aI Island by the Unit UnitJ UnitStat UnitId
Id J States Stat and th the failure to anaouneCtheir announce announcelelr 1nnoUDeetheir
their lelr purpose ag to the withdrawal of ofte ofthe ofthe
the te armies of the United State and tn tngard Ingard 1nregard
regard > gard to leaving the government and andintrol andcontrol nd ndcontrol
control of the inland l land to lt Its people to
KRUfiER SAYS S YS FIGHT TO THE ENDRespectrull END ENDspeclfully ENDt
i
Respectrull > t speclfully Declines an Offer of 100 Acres of Land in America Americafor
for Each Burgher and Says They Will Fight Fightfor
for Their Own
I
i Y 1 TIII TAdltpatehtethe TAdltpatehtetherenzo 7A dlfll diepetsh toh to the theurlnzo
1
l renzo Marques Marq ears earsteiegrnphid M MI saysI
I I It teiegrnphid InquiryI Inquiry InquiryInfofmlujr IIIrh
I Kruger h rllg r Infofmlujr him of ofres oCII oflv
lv II aree res of land In Amer
I
lea to each burgher the president IWIIl nt re repiles repilei ropiles
piles pilesWe We thauk uk row 011 tor this tltl treneroue nroull of offer ettCer offor
for of land but the burghers are determined de determined determlnel1 ¬
termined to tight for their own land landand landand landand
and Independence to the bitter end
YOU OU will do justice to yourself and your pocket pocketbook pocketbook pocketbook
book by sharing in the splendid values that thatthis thatthis
this great sale has evoked evokedTIJs evokedIUs evokedS
S S
TIJs Great GreatFor Cfwirg CI CIL < < ir fle cn1intES cn1intESFor cnlin cs
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ACTS GENTLY ON THE THEKIDNEYS THEKIDNEYS THEKIDNEYS
KIDNEYS LIVER LIVERAND LIVERAND LIVERD
AND D BOWELS BOWELSCLEANSES BOWELSGLEANSES BOWELSt
THE SYSTEM SYSTEMS
CLEANSES t 1 ANSES
S EFFECTUALLY EFFECTUALLYDISP
DISP OISpGa Qfif fL G lD5 td as clE Ep oAG A a NES ES vERS vERSOVERCOMES R Ro car carQfif
OVERCOMES o oMEs f r rk rpaTltN
k HABITUAL BITUAL GoNsriPATION GoNsriPATIONI CO COPER paTltN
PER MAN MANENTIY ENTL ENTL1TS
ifs bFt1 NEF Ic1G Ic1Ggrr J grr ffECTS ffECTSau cTS cTSapf
au apf ace Gtnvl GINVINt j HVIHt tMANFD MAHT AMr t D > BX BXgetlier 0 0U esIInF >
U IInF RNIA fiG SYRVr SYRVrP1l1 SYRVPC SYRVPCauariJtt °
P1l1 auariJtt 1e a c rl eka ttWd 1 1rQturr vAh vAhrct
rQturr rct au tree e + eesn as se ttl I ttlNftlt ttlNftltgether nseamtgether
gether with the peculation and fraudicommitted frauds traudcommitted fraudscommuted
committed In the frdnunlttratlon oi oithe of ofthe ofthe
the affairs of the Islamic and the extrav extravagance extravarance extrsvaganee
agance and maladmlnntratlon rnaladminf tratlon whichhave whichhave which whichhave
have characterized d Its government g < JVlrhlneont ir irsome In1I0me tosome
some departments are calculated to re retard retard retard ¬
tard the growth and prevent the peaceful peace peaceful peaceful
ful development of said 1II111111and island and will willaleo willal80 willales
ales subject the United States to the theJust thejut thejust
Just criticism of fair men and enlight enlightened enlljhtentd enlightened ¬
ened and disinterested nations and andWhereaa Rndhrelll andVhsreao
Whereaa the th pacification of said saidIsland II saidIsland hI hIIIland
Island has b bin n accomplished arc mpUlhed And the therlHht therllht theright
right of the people of Cuba to govern governthemielves governIII
t themielves 1 III an Inalienable one on and andthe AndI andthe
I the Ie people of Cuba are ready readyto
to establish e a civil government governmentand
and assume ume the govenrment and andcontrol Rndcontrol andcontrol
control of the Island and are re desirous deslroiiflf
of f having the opportunity of M doing doingTherefore doingTbltore doingTherefore
Therefore be it itHesolved ItUeIOlvtd 11Helolved
Hesolved by the Senate Satfud and House lIou of ofllepresentatlves oCIteprewntlUvel ofltepresentsliva
llepresentatlves of the United States Statesif
if America In Congress Con reu assembled mbled that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the President lreld nt of the tit United States 8tt be benA beIInft beand
and nA be Is hereby requested and directed directedlo
to Immediately Issue a proclamation to tolh tothe toIlse
the lh people of Cuba stating U tine that It Is Ishe IIthe t tthe
the he purpose and anCllntetttlon Intention of of the United UnitedStates tnltedStates nlt d dSttH
States to turn ever the tb control of the thegovernment theoernmtnt thegovernmcnt
government of said Island to the In mlabltant Inha inhabitants
habitants ha thereof there t a a soon as a they or orgenus < > r rtanlse rpnllt
genus a civil government and the theresident thePrelldfnt thePresident
resident is I further requested and dl dlerted dlrled di directed
erted to Immediately provide for a conventiott con contention on onvenllon ¬
tention of the tlMtrepreltDtatlvt representatives of the theuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban people plOr to t be > e held In Habana Habanauba nlbanlCuba HabanaCuba
Cuba uba the first Monday In July nine nlneen nineteen nineteen
teen en hundred tor the th purpose ptlt Ole of trim framnff trimInll tramlog
log nff a constitution or organic law lawSec II lawSee w wSet
Sec L 2 That when Mid constitution constitutionir
or ir organ organic to law MO o framed t to adopted by byhe bythe bythe
the he people of Cuba and nd the civil KOV KOVirnment NOYernment government I
ernment by It provided Is I organised or nled and andhe andthe andthe
the he officers are elected and installed Inetalledlie
lie President of the United States Stt Is Islereby IsIlereb Ishereby
hereby directed and requested to with withIraw wIthlIra withdraw
draw lIra all the military mltltaryloroesot forces taro or the tb Unit Unitxl 1nltlid United
lid xl States from said island ana an to turn turniver turnover turnover
over and surrender to the people of Cu Cula CUba Cuha
ba la all civil and military power and andeave andleave andleave
leave eave tho government and control of oftie ofthe ofthe
the Island to Us people peopleWARD people1VARD JI JIWARD
t tThe
WARD ENTERTAINMENTS fiNTERTAINMENTSThe
The performance of the theoperetta operetta The Theleeplng ThSleeplnr TheSleeping
Sleeping Beauty eauty at the Second ward wardisembly wntIpmbl wardassembly
assembly hall last evening was a most mostredltable mOltcltdltablf mootcreditable
creditable affair each performer being beingntltled belnlentitled beingentitled
entitled to much praise prel They The wenAfeurs were wereleasrs w wle1II
leasrs Thomas 8 Aihworth and John Johntoblnson JOhAItobllllOO JohnRobinson
toblnson and Misses MI Luella Ferron Ferronnd Fenonand Ferronand
and nd Klile llle Barrows BarrowsThe BarroWIThe BarrowsThe
The entertainment was opened with withoneact wltkoneact witha
a oneact drama dra lied und White pre presnted prelented prerented
rented in good style by Messrs IX IoOVHf Ioveo Ioveoand > VHI VHInd >
and nd Ashworth and 31 III UtM Unob UnobtllDavis Unobo1Davll ll lltavli
Davis and Della Little The same TIe bid blifwill Witwill
will 111 be presented Ire nled at tin Mime place pi on onrlday onPrlll onFriday
Friday Prlll evening eVtntllIIOTJ1I1lS
Good Goodfor GoodAL
AL for forItching forlrJt
lrJt Itching ItchingBacks ItchingBacks
Backs BacksMOTHERS
MOTHERS Il10TUI RS I M blalheral I b r n t a bet bath wftbCoTf wftbCoTfOORI whtl CIIf CIIfn
n 111 coal Soif SoU1Ibeli when h n followed tollo by a tlngV dngloayheiUoa tlngVifpiteiUm 1 1tIOIlt
ifpiteiUm tIOIlt of f ccnrr R A Oiott OIDtIIIIIt the I gnattMa gnat gnatiMa t ta
iMa a ease a aaa nd purest of t emonUa4wilt molHrau will UT aftIrd aftIrdt arerdtsMelt < trJ trJttotwit
t ttotwit grettf rrMelaDII at std tmrorthig rordn relief reellit la I tile tiwlewmt tilet
i lewmt ce t fomti or ItcllarlIImtlIIId hosingburntegudacalyads ItcSInf bumloc wi < MS MSW 110II1 110II11IIa
ads W and snip ind h boeJes MM rashes and lrrtt lrrttsesmaleal Irnct lulls lullstest
t test sad plitt te tea apaay taemleent t u4 u4I andeeeaoeloal
sesmaleal I Gilt trim all other otllernil tesM reeaesia < le and andtke anderea
nil < tke Wet phyatoUw pII fill fallIA tillesrti
esrti 1lkrrr + r v n
IA m 1 tea 4
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SEASON OPENS OPENSTOMORROW OPENSTOMORROW OPENSTOMORROW
TOMORROW NIGHT NIGHTThe CNTile
The Bicycle Racos on the Salt alt Ftlaco Ftl PIneo P1ace
neo Track T Trt ck Begins BeginsAN
AN LNTBRHSTING h JlR r ING PUOflllAM PUOflllAMThere
There Will boa 110 a One lllle Olin Iro Irofrttloiinl nr nrrlalolnl Itretlaiionnl
frttloiinl for the SilO rla Ia lase and andTlir AUlITbrift amidThree
Tlir Three eAinnlcur Itncei ItnceiTomofroW ItneeeTomorrow ICRe ICReTamOtfOW
Aumnteur
Tomorrow nlfht marks the opening openincof openSDor
of the neon 1Oft fw bicycle races at t the thefamous th thtamoul thefamous
famous Bait Palace saucer ucer track and andthe andthe andthe
the program o ua will be one of interest interestThose Inttoae tnteretThose
Those oae who wilt enter both profession professional ¬
al and amateur are In almost perfect perfectcondition Jl perfectcondition feet feetcOldlliolt
condition and every event promises proml to tobe tobe tobe
be excedluflx close Among the tll pro professionals proreulonal profeuionale ¬
fessionals upon whom the public wilt wiltkf wtltkfep willkeep
kf keep ep Its It eyelut eye ey on are J M Chapman Iver IverLawson IvrLawllOn IvorLawson
Lawson and Clem Turvllle The for former tormer former ¬
mer declares he h Is In much better con eondltlon condition condition ¬
dition than when he appeared lut lastsummttr lutaumnlltr lutsummer
summer and promises not to disappoint disappointhis
his hi numerous friends who expect him himto himto
to do some speedy peed workYesterday work workYesterday workYeaterda
Yesterday Denjaraln Green the thechampion thehamflon thechampion
champion colored rider of Denver ar arrived arrind arrived ¬
rived In town but Is too late to secure securea teure teurea
a place In the first meet so will there therefore thretore therefore ¬
fore hav have to wait until the second secondHe
He tried the track yesterday and pro pronounced pronounced pronounced ¬
nounced It oerfttt oerftttAmonsr DlrteetAmong tstfseLAmong
Among the amateurs Joe Bdraonda BdraondaIs I
Is I expected to lead them all The lit little litUe littie ¬
tie rider has done soma swift Itt pedaling pedalingIn
In practice during the but few days daysand daland daysand
and If he continues to Improve will Ire Irelonll orelong re relone
lone be clasttd among the profeselon profeselonals
all al
alsIver
Iver Lawson received a letter from fromhis tromhi fromhis
his hi brother Utt u Terrible Swede theother the theother theother
other day in which he lIa says a > he expect expectsto expectto
to arrive In felt Lake tn a few days daysTomorrow daYITomorrow
Tomorrow evenings program Include Includea
a one onemile mUe open professional for the
110 clan and three amateur races racesThe racesTb IcetThe
The first of the amateurs ama leurl will III be a anovice anovIce anovice
novice race The next a onemile handi handicap 1InI1lrip hndlcap ¬
cap and the third a onemile open The TheSalt TheSail TheSall
Salt Palate management expects an anenonnouc anImonnOUI anenormous
enormous crowd oro d and has made every everyarrangement everyarrangement Vel VelarranPl1ent
arrangement to make the people com comfortable comfottable comfortable ¬
fortable
HHAlll SiLlJUiIAY MAY IWBIGV IWBIGVImpertinent nWHO1I1111cItlncnt ItlSiONlutportinont
Impertinent hotter Mnkna the N i 0 OA 0ltollrollCltntivo 0A
A HoproAcntntlto n lilt Angry AngryItevreientatlve ingryItenresentative n r rItfltrenlaUn
Itevreientatlve John N Sharp Jr Jrof Jrot Jrof
of the N C A is seriously contem contemplating ront rontplatln conteroplating ¬
plating platln tendering his resignation Notlong Not > ot ot10DI
long since he b received an Impertinent Impertinentcommunication Impertlnntcommunlcltl Impertinentcommunication
communication n from W I Doty Dot of
Denver who Is I ft member nf the racing radbCI
board tor the Western division Doty Dotyprobably Dot Dotprobabl Dotyprobably
I probably thinks tbln he U about three th
fourths If not the lb whole things
He JI demanded Information re regarding reo reorardin regarding ¬
garding sanctions granted t tn promoter promoternf
nf races raC In Bait Lake and wanted to
know why applications had not been beenmade beenmade een eenmade
made to him instead aal of to sharp Doty DotyalRo Dot DotalIa Dotyalso
also Intimated that Salt Lakers wanted
to run things thin Naturally Mr Sheep
feels 111 anrrry but It U I hoped he h will notresign not hotresign
resign lln for he 111 is I well W ll thought of in Salt It ItFOREIGN
Lake
FOREIGN EVENTS CVENTS10dSTIHN EVENTSIJASIIIHV EVENTSJSlIm
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National NationalSTAXDINCJ League 100J1l0STANDI LeagueSTANDINO
STAXDINCJ STANDI > a OF 0LUB8 0LUB8TODATS OIJUDIP
P nI W V I L IC ICPhiladelphIa PCPhiladelphia
PhiladelphIa r 11 I IBrooklyn 11 Ott OttBrooklyn
Brooklyn u 11 11St 6d1
St Louis 111 IS 17 140 140Chicago to toChlealo
Chicago E 11 1 11 111lttburr I60 I60Plttburg
1lttburr it 10 n 417 001Boston 417Dolton
Boston 11 4 11 It 1 Ut UtNew 001New
New York k 14 1g 111 111Cincinnati
114 114ClftOIn
ClftOIn Cincinnati U U1Il U1IlTODA 11 U 601 601TODAYS
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Chicago at Boston BostonPlttsburg BoltonPlttebur BostonPtttaburg
Plttsburg at Bmcijyn BmcijynSt B BSt DIOIk1 DIOIk1St
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New N York 6 CtiwIiiMtt 11 UUrooklyn 11UroolLlyn 11Ikooklyn
Urooklyn I C ChJojjgo Cwso CwsoPhlladlphla t 11Philadelphia tPhiladelphia
Philadelphia I Mtsb MtsbBoston 111 tIV I > IQ 8 0Roston 8Dtlton
Boston G 8t Loulg LoulgAtnoiluitii If IfJIIOIlolIlI 1 1rttnoriomut
Atnoiluitii Atnoiluitii8TANDIKO League lJOnltloSTNDINa LeagueSTANDING
STANDING OP THH CLOWS CLOWSIndianapolis CLUIIBtW
tW 1 W L f PC PCIOIUpoli PCIndianapolis
Indianapolis IndianapolisMilwaukee htt Ili t m mWIUket 7111atnwauke
Milwaukee MilwaukeeCleveland WIUket J 2 II 17Cleveland 17 m mCIetIncI
Cleveland ClevelandMinneapolis I III 1 1j1lJIMIPDlh II IIMinneapolle
Minneapolis MinneapolisKansas 1 D 0 It 0 111Kansas sa sat
Kansas j1lJIMIPDlh t City CityChicago It tt If It ItChlcao ie1 ie1Chicago
Chicago ChicagoDetroit > II o JO 500 500Detroit 100Detroit
Detroit DetroitBuffalo Detroit t S U 15 15nultlo 6 101 101Iluftalo
Buffalo It III 11 166 166TODAY I ITODA
TODAY TODA 11 GAtfUS GAtfUSBuffalo 0 aulMButrlo MNS MNSBuffalo
Buffalo at Kansas Kan City Cityctenland qtyCleveland CityCleveland
Cleveland at Chicago ChicagoDetroit Ch Chrolt ChicagoDetroit
Detroit rolt at Milwaukee MilwaukeeIndianapolis MilwaukeeIlldlanpoll MllwaukasIndianapolis
Indianapolis at t Minneapolis Minn6polioY13STERDAT MlnnMJItIIsEBTERDArloI MinneapolisYESTERDArt
YESTERDArt EBTERDArloIKanll OAMW GAM111SKansas OAMWKansai
Kansas city I Btgfflala B Bu t tChlcMfOvMsmj G GChl 6Chits
ChlcMfOvMsmj Chl Chits uelfVIIIn o Clevelsndpoaed postponed po rata rataMllwauV rahIUlwaukee rataDtllwaukee
MllwauV 8 Detroit Dot t tMinneapolis eJlnnIApot 4 4Minneapolis
Minneapolis C HuUaMpolte India 10111 I III IIIrouklu 5Hronkiin
II IIrouklu rook I n s Clilango 3 3Brooklyn 3Jtonklyn IIDtooklyn
Brooklyn N Y June Ju GoThree Three hits hitsinJ billand hitsthe
and five error err errInmthe emve Brooklyn andfiwon fl Ihe rune runein rUMIn
Inmthe In in the third thirdoInniing Inning today and won the thetame tbeme the thegame
tame me Kennedy waa w In fine fettle hold I
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f SPECIAL SHIRT WAIST SALE I I tt I3Sc
+ t + + + ttttHH + + + + + + + + + + HHHtttt + + + + + + + + + + + 4 435c + + + + + + HHtHHttt + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t t35c
35c 49c 75c 100 100Worth Worth Double DoubleWHITE DoubleWtllTE t tWHITE
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WHITE SHIRT WAISTS 200 SILK SHIRT SHIRTWAISTS WAISTS
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C7 TOHAY TO TODAYTODAY DAYTO TOHAY DAY t About tlOllt Hats Underwear UnderwcarfaultsShlrts Shirts ShirtsIVLrMlJLtrM ShirtsJ p pe
e J 6 A IVLrMlJLtrM i I And AM 4linon those thoseSummer thoseSummerfat SntYiivinr Summer Riilto Riiltothose Suits Suitslint Quits1J
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1 = did on eorrespomHnir days last ycnr ycnrHomo yoareS Cll i
eS 1 J 1 Q Homo days tl Js many l11an dozens of dollars worth more moreMust i iIII 4Must >
III 1m Must bo n reason for it itWo i >
t 1 f I l Wo r doll t Isnow 1m ow what lIlt it is nnloss wogather wo g11thel athl1 more lor iu1ll you to 10cliooso i s
Ji ll If i t cliooso from and gather them at a 1 ibtirth loss than youre used to topaying toI <
1 I I > L paying for equals equalsStraw equalsSl1lw equalsStrati S >
Straw or Crash Cmsh8tm Stmws 8 in tn1ough rough or smooth braid bra III 50c to 53 3 3Crash g s
S3 1 Crash in Fedora Fell 0 11 01 Gracco style st le 2 25o e to 75c 75cBoys 7511i 7Sea >
1i a I j Boys llo s Hats saiuo stylos st los as S Mans lioc 2 t0 to SI50 150
I ii a THE SHIRTS SHIRTSi
i The Tb soft shirts to wear ear with white whitecollars wbllcoUa whitecollars
collars coUa are setting a hot pane le In the thei thehlrt
i t1 shirt section sectionAnd lctloni sectionAnd
i And we dont believe our shirt shirtX ahlrtman
X s man let any an good thing thin It et away awayfrom sways9
i s9 from him himJudging blmJudrfnl himJudging
Judging from the assortment ha haV hit he1t
1t V t lias for you youShirts youShirt OU OUShIrt
ShIrt as low u Sic and youll 1OU be beK beUrprlled
s K surprised at the quality qualityj
j i Then the h 78o o ones 0 and DeI the UOO UOOones 100 100ones
> ones onesThe 011
13 011The The beat beE ones oa are a ttU 150 and tall 100ii 100 100v 100You
ii v Tau cant en t go amiss all on o any one on of ofV otthem
t V them themtt themTalltl
tt Talking Talltl about Shirts 111 brlufi brt sge tilde theaefor tildefor thaefor
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log In Chicago to tl five hits three af which whichwere whtChwere whichwere
were bunched In the fourth Attend Attendance Attendance Attendance ¬
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Chicago Ii t I a 6 6Brooklyn 6roolt11a i
Brooklyn nroodd roolt11a yn ynlplteHafistula S 8 1 1IlatterieaOarvln 11IUrllIGrvlo
IlatterieaOarvln and Donahue Doft IonAhul1sn IonAhul1snrawly < < hUt Ken Kennedjr I n nnea
nedjr nea and eI Parrell FsrrUUmplrahoy ParrellUmpire lIarreUUmpiODI
Umpire UmpiODI UmpiODIlItI Umplrahoyiittsbumg ODay ODayIlttgbiirR
IlttgbiirR lItI lJtllJf U It l riilladolphln liilladol lilting H HPhiladelphia IJlhUt4elphla 8Philadelphia
Philadelphia June SPHtsbnra won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the last game me ot the series IIrl with Phila Philadelphia Phqdelphla ¬
delphia by rood work at the bat betthe Both BothWaddeil BothWaddell
11 Waddell d ehl a and Qrth pitched well 11 but butthe lJuthe
the latter waa unfortunate In allowing allowingthe
the vWtora to bunch their inn AttfICI Atteadanee At Atte
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BatterleaWaddaU and immer 1 Orth Orlhan4 Orthand Ofth41D
and 41D Popgl Domwaa DomwaaUmpire tII
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UOtOIlA llof > toiin Leas t to I St Ious IousItoeton 101DoatotlJ
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Itoeton DoatotlJ June ITh fc The Boston startedt started
t to Ml Hugbey lIu ber with a rush today tocla but butafter butIfter butafter
after the second Inning Innln they thf could bat bathim bathi bathap
him hi aftectlvely l ctlvel In only 01 one Inning Innlo when whentwo whntwo whentwo
two singles 11 and a twobagger scored acoredone IeGred0Di scoredoni
one run Cuppy retired In favor of ofinia ofnil ofdlhnh
dlhnh inia nil In the fourth Attendanoe Attend 7 1tO 1tOICOnz T1001SCORR 06 06aconc
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Hwnl is and Clarke Hushty HushtyA I1Ugherutw004 liaghytrood
a = utw004 utw004A trood troodA
A Ioor IoorNew Ih or Ihhl1Jllloll lblilbitlomiNew Ihhl1JlllollIfe
New Ife York June l 6The The Th New York TorVteamtoday YorktMl Yorkygp
teamtoday tMl w tot daT gave P a poor eihlbltlon llIItloa ofUNt of offilial ofIt
filial UNt It itw itthe the tll lolo grounds and the Cln Clacisnatis Clnduat ClnclnMtla
clnMtla won the Anal ft I flame 11M qC the tkeeriaa thenrha It ItfIIIIIL
eriaa nrha Attendance A 1601pCOft1 Ijm Ijm8COR8 1 1aeon
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New York 119 119CUMtanatl I I11 I P PClasha11
CUMtanatl 11 U UBatteries 1 > a auettlllflDoheny 1IMtterlrdkheny
uettlllflDoheny Batteries Doheny Hawley and War Warner Warner Warnor ¬
ner Brelteneieln and Pelts PeltsUwflre PItLUIroDllht PeltsUlsplrelOrpslle
Uwflre UIroDllht UlsplrelOrpslleWIIiSSTLING UIroDllhtWlUlCTII Bmslu BmsluwunsTijixo
wunsTijixo WlUlCTII O MATCH MATCdfllnir MATCHMax 31TOIJII
Max II Wloj nail K I H Hnlloy I1Rllo on the theSlot the310t theNat
Slot lor nn Hour HourA
A San Francisco dispatch today says saysMax II IIMax saysMax
Max Wiley Wile the t e ihamptoo light and andwelterweight andelterellht endwelterweight
welterweight welterweight amateur wrestler of the theInletd tIMUnlet lh lhUnletd
Inletd teals tt tf tlvln In New Ne Tork and andF andF nd ndV
F n Bailey of the Pan Francisco PranclanoOlympic FranciscoOlympic < laoo laooOlymIC
Olympic club met on the mat last night nightAfter nlgbLAtt nightAfter
Att After wrestling for an hour neither
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The Newest Things In InSUMMER InSUMMER InSUMMER
SUMMER SUITS SUITSCoata
Coat and trousers trousersMade troUHIIMaeSe trousersMade
Made of a heavy Freuch flannel flannelThese nunlTh flannelThese
These Th with a soft shirt summer summerhat summerhat ummertat
hat tat and belt make the oooleit turn turntner sumrner umIner
tner outfit we w ever saw sowThe sawThe IIWTh
The Th coats Me In two styles stylesround stylesround tt ttrolnd
round cut and doublebreasted doublebreastedSeveral doUble6utedleveral
Several handsome hand 10m paterns patrni
760 i 11000 1000 31300Plenty HIOO HIOOPlenty 1100Plent
Plenty of crash suits suitsMOO
MOO 08 to IK 11000 11000The I 00 00The OOThe
The 1000 ones are wool crash crashand craiband crashand
and so are some of the 7M ones onesCOMlLBTB OftetIIRfllS ones11Rir1S
IIRfllS COMlLBTB C03IlJJ lK TUB SUMMBit SUM SUlloUm SUM3IM
MBit 3IM OUTFIT 26o TO 0 200
had gained a 1 fall and th thr > onttot was wasdeclared waadtelared wasdeclared
declared a draw dra the time limit having hatingexpired havingexpired havingexpired
expired At the recent re nt amateur cham championship cham1IOMbll chamdoaship ¬
pionship tournament In thin city elt Wiley Wileylost WII WIIot IYIIylost
lost 1IOMbll the decision to Bailey He came cameback camback cameback
back to the coast for another match match8PO11TIXO matcb81OnTl match61ORTING
8PO11TIXO O NOT NOTES NOTESDuring OlltSDurIn US USDuring
During < < the tb lay Ita of Campbell Bros Broshow BroLahow brosshow
how the bicycle riders have been prac practicing praetieing raG raGUol ¬
ticing Uol at Calder CaldenIf cliSeIf CalderIt
If the theRio Rlo Qraodea secure St Vraln rein of ofItutte ofDutt ofButte
Butte to pitch for them they will have havto haveto
to put up u a pretty good 004 price He 11 wants wantsa wntsIJoo4
a Rood sHed sum sumA nmA
1 1Agreat
A Agreat great deal 1 of Interest II centered centeredIn
In the opening oi UM u races at the thePalace tbePalace thePalace
Palace tomorrow nigbt IIIaCu4 and a big crowd crowdwill crowdwUl crowdWUl
wUl umlotiVUdly II be there thereThe UMrtTb here hereThe
The nankers and the t C M > > h hteams I Iteam Iteam
team are atesld playing laJl ball ballt at Walkers Walkersfield Wlkereld
field S eld this t sf afternoon The The purse Is aIOO aIOOInel 00 00and
and Sand the tJa moated men feel confident of ofvictory ofvictor ofvictory
victory victoryChapman victor 1t 1 1ChlPtnln
t 111 111Chapman
Chapman and Lawson Lawt n will show showSalt allowSalt showrow
Salt Lakers Lake haw bo to ride rid fast xhibhlon tomorrow tomorrownight tamorrownllbt row rownight
night night They Theyboa Theyboaw will w 11 give IIP an exhibition ontherl onthenl on ontherl
therl motorcycle Devil Catcher CatcherUN1YEUSIT eathrUNIVEIWlLY CatcherUNI1EIWLTY
UN1YEUSIT YKKG 1ICOF HtOgN11S BNTS NTS 31 MEET MEETConsidor BET lRElConsider BETConsider
Consider lllils for unite tlic Fiirnlslitn of ofHardwire ofIIllnllllO ofllartlaitlo
Hardwire fbi 01 Xoff ow Utiliilliiffs UtiliilliiffsThe 1Jtll1 lnlrs lnlrsTh
The board of regents of the t Unlver Unlverslty UnlerIty Untvery
slty held a special meeting yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon ftterda ftterdaaftemoon
afternoon to consider bid for fur furnlsMng furaal furntMng
nlsMng aal tnr hardware for the th new building buildingThere bulldlnThere buildingsThere
There were three tll bids submitted they theybeing the thebItp theybeing
being tram the Salt Lake Hardware HardwarerampMur naret1larerotnllUJ hardwarecompaay
rampMur ILM7T1 UMI I X C M I SI160 SI160tbe 31110the 110 110Ihe
the George M t BeottStrevell llardw hardware lIardwerecoml hardwarecompany are arecomtiany
coml company HI 00 The Th bids wet > accomof accom accompanted lIompanlft
panted by b certified checks and itamiiles itamiilesof
the of the hardware hardwareoortlIhed to cbecfurnished be furnished They Theywere Th Thw They Theywss
w wss were referred to tb the committee l on onbuildings onbulldlup onbuildings
buildings bulldlupl1dy buildingsMldley buildingsMMgley
MMgley Draa secured the contract oontraclor
for or connecting the lavatories with the thewwar theItW thesewer
sewer ItW The Salt Lake Nursery NUIHta110e4 was wasallowed a akllowed
allowed 3 l for caring for the trees and andtearing IndcIeIu1l1 andcleans
tearing off the sage brush from the theuniversity theuDIvty theuniversity
university brounda broundaInasmuch broil broundsInasmuch
Inasmuch broilI as a number of otromlnlntJIIOple prominent prominentpeopla prominnntpeople
people will be here b to attend the ban bnniut bRnqutt banquet
iut ot the Alumni the th board boar < < appro approMated ar appropriated > pro proprlate4
Mated SI IN towards the defraying of otih oftbl oflbe
tbl ih expensesThe expenses expensesThe xptlUlftTb
The Tb sum lm of M was voted for half halfent hftlfrent baitrent
rent for the recent lIt contest between brt Nn the iheInlversltlM I theUnlvereltlu helTnlvfrelUa
InlversltlM of Nevada and an Utah UtahThe UtahTbl UtahThe
The request reqU t for a loan of 771 21 liy II the theUbtotlo theatbleUc theatbletk
Ubtotlo association to make up a ie creSelene ieclency e eftcbCy
clency could not be it granted ran tod an a the theboard th thoard Ihbllrd
board > held held that It had no a right to loan
THE HATS HATSSuch f fSuoh sSuch
Such sailing 1IIna of summer hats If Ifnew r i3 i3MW i inew
new even here hereOur berOllr hereOur
Our hat man made us a Uttle ner norvows > y yvous p pVO
vows VO when we saw these tll great at tile lI t tof t3 t3of S Sat
of straws coming comllllnDtt tn tnftat r rflat
flat our hat man knew his trade tradeAnd i iI 9j 9jAlq
And I Alq at present rate of going A Athere YS YStheta i ithlll1ot
there thlll1ot II not be many left In a week wetlc8t WetkILralf > >
8t Straw w or crash crubMore crashMore j jilore 13
More ot the tb rough straws than ij ijanything iiianything 3 3IhUd
anything IhUd tE tEPlain s sPlain 3Mall
Plain or fancy tU bands Mo to ItW lGI jj jjCraih i iClh t tCrash
Crash ones on In Pedora or Oraeoostyle Oraeoo Oraeoo1edora OneooIt <
It style LS LSInlet
Inlet Wo 1Oc71c DocTIOraeco 7k 7kOraaeo is
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money Inonl In HUI Much li u manner The money moneyhuw moneyhowllr moneyhuwever
huw howllr > er will 10 I advanced by a number numberof numberotpromlnlnt
of prominent cttl cltens cltens1t011J1N11111 en enOrailtintliii n nUOWluNH
UOWluNH 1t011J1N11111 h KX EXERCISES EEItCISE9Qradunthitr HClS S SOrlllutltlllf
Orailtintliii Qradunthitr Chase Cllt Kiiteilalns KiiteilalnsAtiillonco n barge JJargemllollco bargettlllll000O
Atiillonco With 1I1t Music niul 1U11 Itssays ItssaysA nSel nSelA
A very ery fine entertainment was wa givenat given
at t Rowland Hall last evening nlnl the thename tbename thename
name of the exercises eure beiee An Art ArtEvening Artvenln Artvenin
Evening venln with tho Class of 1MO at Itow Rowland ItowlueS Itowland
land Hall Hall The pragrofti pra ro 1 which con consisted rontilted canNoted ¬
tilted of musical and literary numbers numberswaa numberw
was w excellent reflecting great credit on onthose onthCMlt onthose
those who took part A chorus of ofttUrtynve oftbJrtrftn ofthMyave
ttUrtynve pretty girls lrl under Min Min8wenon MmftIOn MmsSwenson
8wenon ftIOn sang four chorale which were wererare wreran wererare
rare exhIbItion Miss Bdna Smith 8mllhCannon SmithCaanen SmithelDneA
Cannon of Quite rendered Jen de LI LIbelles LIbe Libell
belles be bell and MIH M ISII Louise Lou Laweon eontiered rendtred ren rendered ¬
tiered a Choi Chopin > ln waltz alt both ot which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were very t art artistic title and were well re reThe rtotiftd reoeitnd
otiftd otiftdtbe oeitndThu
The essays a were Leonardo dl Vince Vlnceby Vincebr VineAngeelo
by ilia 11 Irhtna O Wugntr Mleltael MleltaelAllgelo llell1All
Allgelo All Angeelo lo by b riles Edith K IC LJght IJ lit It Self SelfCongdousneM Se SeCanlcloueneeu StltCoDteoUlnflll
CongdousneM In Art by Mies IIIonoeKIIQb1I FlorenceKimball Florence FlorenceKlmball
Kimball ot f HmtUld The essay yl were werefine wereSne
fine 11 expo exposltlons poaltl ltliHK of the esthetic tastes tastesHiss tal talIU tastes31fu
Hiss IU Heinle > Chandl i of tills city Who WhoWrote whowrote ho howrote
Wrote A Trip frllm mm lUwton IkJ ton to t Ply Plymouth 11 11naouth Ilymouth
mouth wan awarded 8rded the RlshopupMae lilahopa lilahopapHae Mlbollyprlae
pHae In thr th English onllIl1h h department tor forwriting torrltID torwriting
writing rltID the tb boot bl t f essay i NY ay Her three cornpettOr com competltor comItllo
petltor were MI MIIII H Ihrttn Ihm Wagener WagenerB WarenttUeule WagenerBessie
Bessie B sale Light and Emma I mm ohen Bishop Blah Ulsho
o 01 > Leonard made a few appi appropriate Priate re remarks remarkl Tomarks
marks Dam Dancing < ing concluded the even evenIngs evenInr evenings
Ings Inr enjoyment enjoymentIf ehjllymntIf eujoymentIf
If You are Tired Tired7alt
7 7Horsfords 7alt 7altHorsfords ale aleHorsfords
Horsfords Acid Phosphate PhosphateIt
It affords immediate hnm diatc relief in mental mentaland mentAland mentaland
and physical exhaustion and insomnia insomniaCMIMM InsomniAOiM InsomniaO1aSIN
CMIMM bran n j < H t > < u uSTARCH Oil 1Inppes 1InppesKINGSFORDS aYlppuK
KINGSFORDS KINGSFORDSUSILVER K SFORDS SFORDSSgLVER
USILVER GLOSS GLOSSSTARCH
STARCH FOR LAUNDRY LAUNDRYHas
Has tan eois co 1 silntly nlly USED OY MILLIONS MILLIONSill MiLLIOIill
ill over the world FOR FIFTY YEARS YEARSuu
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Of Eager and Enthusiastic Shoppers have been in daily dail attendance during the first four daysof days of our ourGreat ou ouOreat ourI our4L1 +
i I VAST VA I 4L1 T CROWDS CROW DS Great June Clearing Sale We have broken loose from regular prices and thrown profits to the thewinds thewinds
I nnnnnnnnnmrntmnrrlmlmnnnnnnnnnnlmnnnnnnnnnnrmnnlmnmrnlrnnn nn winds Our O r entire stock of Spring and Summer Goods Sacrificed during this Great Clearing ClearingSale ClearingII
I II Sale Every department crowded croWd ed with wonderful buying chances Assortments A are at their best right now and prices are down to the bottom notch notchRemember notchHundreds
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I II Matchless Ma Hundreds tch less upon Unconquerable hundrEds ble of Bargains Mighty s Remember R Relic emUl b er Only 0 n I Y Two T WO More M Ole Days D ays of 0 f This Th t5 g Great ue t Sale Sa S I 9 Friday Fit I1 J ay and an a d Saturday 5 a t u d ay Only 0 n I II y Yg
r rHROUGHOUT THROUGHOUT the jtorein store in every department departmentA
A every single article has been cut and andslashed andslashed andslashed
slashed in price priceTillsGreat priceThis
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