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tears of this city clt and OM attendant attendantMUooftUe attendanceMUONM1 tttatdaneeatUot
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WON filled at each of UM tw two perform iwrtormlnela performUOW lrtormII
UOW II Bf Wednesday and not A sea searetMlftOd Hat HatNIIIII seatr
r retMlftOd NIIIII unoccupied unoccupiedThis
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At1Ae1ureeeking oTp1easi re e kInf kln which w hM selsec seisedupotl selsecUpon Ied Iedl
Upon l O I UM public It la a sort art of In Inerteqr Intf Ine
e erteqr tf lety that disturb sad d agitates 110 110I seh o otj
tj I It to an excess1 ccsssthat < xc that MUtt prove proviMuroos proveIrturlllQl provetrturluns
Muroos Montr MOD U spent t that U I ab abr but
r ui IIlly ly needed for th clue mMtaMDO noe an ani and andrt andf <
i if f < rt f families And debts AM con coni
I i i 1 which are found wiry ftt dlfflcul dlfflcult
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I The he i D e rTl ret News Nf DM always al tavorrt tavorrtr tavoredrrecreatloa
r rrecreatloa n iui1 illj recreation Mid bkrmlmi bkrmlmiamu larmleaaantur IIGI IIGIamJlwn
amu amJlwn wate m > run Th They r are iMMAditl when whttici wb wbtI
ci tI c J i lln in r talon > a aeon on This Th f An a really reali nil nilcsary n nlOE o oc
c csary sarv E a tu I the t be general ne1 welfare WIt It If not notgj notug noijigiinstui
jigiinstui ug gj nst ccaeioiii a loi llIlal alexcursions exeuteloNsad A0dprop A0dproperir 04 prop proper
erir er ftrfllllmcn rr rnlnmcn < tbAt WO w noW protest protestt
t f ilK an II wel f young folks Should ShouldI
I 11 yn II o r ride ltI tor enjoyment enjoymentBut
But is II > they stag and nd condition conditionn
n I uii n 1111 it t h re people tied down to tolaf toIII tolam
lam III i i any an iru net er out OCOirpaUon oontln oontlnu coatlnUi
u Ui k Urn ther Ihr1IoIIt1 iho M be reason and andi
i tl uIUn MI i tin lit all Nana and It l ls IIn is islntmperanceIa
s IMI In intrnpiranot la pleamirahunt pleamirahuntfcit pteuur bunt buntibdt >
I > fcit b iI t I f now ralM ra rat a voice voleoI1
tc I1 I I ui st pert of the tb world working workingp worklnJ
p y i iiv ar rattled with An n occasional ocoAilonAlh
h fay Ii v and young oun folk with A part pArtjror parttit
or a nan Qance Lin e or a Junketing ulIlIUn trip onoin ono ODOIIn oaosin
in a MU Hilt It li I noticeable hen hentt
tt e H I root u t number want to be of near neari
1 a i y iiny 1 or evening It la I a con conr eonrtt
rtt r rt bin Young men III And maldeni maldenimi
mi in n where shall we go tonight tonightr
r arty fvry < v T ry > evening In the week And Andh
> dr to h hUrH ur urs ure the male Instead of the theex tb tbXfllln thecx
ex Xfllln riti > n while blle the excitement kept up upH upI upIq
H I a < t Able t strain on the nervous tyt tytiKi sy sytam 1 1tnn
tam amt mind and body 004 are unfitted unfittedf
f r the I b lfaolf nt aJx labors of lifeAnther life lifen IIf IIfA11Ih
Anther n tli < r thing to be deprecated It Uth Itf I III
f th t i III oople < < tf le who an to poor that they theylute thl thlI theyl1tD
lute I e to be frequently ulited Itlel In order ordermanage orderII orderAv
II Av manage nlta in this general whirl wblrllo wblrlloAi to toup tocaape
caape Ai up funds to join in It eo fre frei fretJ freqt
qt satly tJ as a i to provoke Ptovo the wonder WOII of ofother of0UterI ofotlpsi
other much better oft 0 < < who feel they theyOAAaot th thcabot theyNdaot
cabot Afford 0rcS mcb Indulgence And ar areAlled arotllt4 are arecalled
called upon tomeU sometimes for donations l in inmpport Inpport insupport
support pport of thor very ploaeureaeeken ploaeureaeekenAmi plusurs seekers seekerssal
Ami UI sal exonralonlita exonralonlitaIM
Let It not be supposed tor a amoment amot amoment
moment that we would deny de the moat mottIndigent moatladt matindigent
Indigent rock amusement and I enjoy enjoyHMrit enjoylea raJo raJot
HMrit lea M t at they tbe can reasonably obtain obtainWe e + btaluWi btIDWi
Wi would aroooth their paUl A II per perHetty pertI perimpossible
tI Hetty ttr Al poaslbl and give v them en eneovrAffement ent ent
impossible
eovrAffement t In their itrngglas tranl with die dlitreaa dl dlt dietreas
treaa t But It I ts not r reasonable to re require repeoplt resulre ¬
quire people of moderate mean ID wfco a at are areeltifMI r ron
on eltifMI l and thrifty thrift to help nttataln nttatalnIn ataI tsis tsisIn
In Ml Idktneas ne a and supply uppl with txewaivc txewaivcreoreatton 0nceaslvetpafatlof lvl1 lvl1thott
reoreatton those who are dependent up upon lipoa upOR
on ike Ut bounty lout of the benevolentf benevolent benevolentThaw benevollDtTMft
Thaw f should be a brake upon II the thetfwftUy theMfat the11wpp
tfwftUy revolving wheel of amusement amusementthat amalsnenlthltlosps
that thltlosps t KM U asp plta > IU perpetual motion night nightAAa nlptlit nightant
AAa lit dky not even ceasing on 8 udaya aadaysAi < udayaAnt daI daIar
Ant Ai ear ar giddy young folks should be beo betIOtiaaewhat besoewhat
tIOtiaaewhat o n what restrained lest 1 they tb forget forgetentirely forrtIT forgeteaUraly
entirely IT that there are r duties to be per perfottMd pertott pertamed
tamed tott M well AS pleasures to be en enjoyed eD01l4 enjoyed
joyed And that life Is not designed designedto
to be one everlasting UDlICIn Men of butterfly butterflyJIOIIH butterlrnllenll butterflynisteau
nllenll nisteautlo1t11
JIOIIH MlfTHODIRT lST IMIfTV IMIfTVWhen IIICTft Y YWhen
When ft the Mormon system qat of pluralmarriage plural plu1IDarrtap pluralmanlsge
marriage was taught aad maintained maintainedthe
the preachers of the various sectarian sectarianoctettes sectarianaocietla eetarlnleU
octettes leU as well u the politicians and andthe andUIt andthe
the editors edit and mafastoe writers 4 4elared de declared deoIared ¬
clared almost unanimously una that poly polygamy polWI
gamy was WI the th one on great 11I overshad overehadowtng overshadowing
owing 0 menace to the AaoricaaRepubllo AaoricaaRepublloand Amegie RaPUbU uRepublksad RaPUbUdllt
and that If It were w not for that Mor Morawaism Mor11II Mormuidsm
awaism 11II might be preached Ilk any anyother u uotbtr anyother
other religion and the Ut Mormons Mormonswetfd MoowW MormonsRebid
wetfd be as tree from the hostility ot otthe otbe oftbe
the be world us the followers 0110 of any of the thevarious tb tb011I theMons
various 011I creeds in Christendom ChristendomWWle CIItIIit CIItIIitWillie CbrlatendafrWhit
Willie that was a distinguished clllUD la1ttel feature fea feature INttart ¬
ture of their faith coming GOaIIft as It did In Incontact Inont Incontact
contact with prejudices ettstoms c1 tom and andreligions anelrei andrdlglaus
religions rei beliefs 1If of the Christian ChristianwwrM < Christianworld I
world orId there was U some reason perhaps perhapsfat
fat the rigor of tile warfare against againstVa againstseat Inal Inalea I
Va ea But since that has been set aside asidea ulda
a decade and plural III u1 marriages ma 111tenllrely have haveentirely f fAUrely
entirely r tttaecl aed in be solemnises IOlt the thebitterness tbfatttmlNl theMtlerneea
bitterness dUHayej dlal a by b sectaries who whopretended wbo11Iat whopdslended
pretended that their tb lr vehemence Vf VfoW was wasroused weArollaed
roused only against Inat polygamy pol tea in 111no inno 1ftftO
no wise tat been diminished Dr ftowler ftowlerat
at the t1a Methodist conference in toll till city dtyon ou ouem cityon
on Saturday moraine declared thatPolygamy that thatPolygamy UItPol
Polygamy Pol Is the tb whitest bird la the thewhole thewhets
whole la infernal rnd 1 nest natTWa nestTV It ItJIIou
TV very plots expression to an tact Indloatton 1JadIof tactoat
oatton oat a of the feelings ItIlln entertained by bythe b btit bythe
the atethoolst Blshcp and his WIIrtIt associate associatetowaH associatesg
towaH g t the great body W e IC < the people of ofUtatk 01Ut at1J14k
Utatk Ut 0 oat t of the akvMnnec of die thohcirt diehurt thehe
hurt he rt t h spsrt O t Anttw rr e
Mark ark rk frew the tame III mouth was made la Inthe I Ithe lathe
the same spirit r1t lie said saidWeve tIlldWlv soldWeve
Weve tot to stir tlr up this oats aa neatkick neat neatWok MIlkick
kick the top off and capture some of Ui Uiants u uuta the thepats
ants befor IIII0ttth they get t hou housed cd again againWhat OgSILWhat aIL aILWbat
What AM the vociferous Dr mean b bthat bthat by bythat
that He U appears to be not only oal th thFowler the UaePolef theFowler
Fowler desirous of snaring the black blacksebirds blackbirds blaClkerblrda
birds in I the Infernal nest but th thTamanolr tilt tiltTaMaotr tbsTamaaolr
Tamanolr the tb great t anteater ant ater or ant antbear uta4tIot1bec11Q satbear
bear described In natural tural history and anclln ancllnAmtfIOa I IAmerican in inAmerican
American encyclopedia ready r 4 to catch oatolaad oatobdeetror catchand
and destroy or devour the Mormon Mormonants MorIIIODlae Mormonskis
ants before they lae get t housed hoUlldtlaltop again againafter sgsiaafter
after tlaltop the top op of their neat Is I ldo Woke Wokeoff lickedoft d dall
off bf r Ute ill Christian evangelist evangelistwltaln evanpWtawithin VlnpUwltbla
within this episcopate Dr 1 > r King matUaa At Atajarci det
ajarci t AtN that thatHM Uaat thatrbet
HM rbet tiro t terrors of the RepuWM puWIG ar arand art artJo IfsMomoIiim
MomoIiim Jo and the lb Iatln type t oC oCDOtdWI < i ireligion a aooutMdepksl
DOtdWI ooutMdepksl religion rellglatlisdeedt religionIndaMl relllloa111d11t1
IndaMl And Aatdet yet there tII 1s no noin polygamy polrtaarIa
in either of those terrors tarro It Ittilt ls JM JMat Jaat Jaatas
at the leaders of the Latterday LauerclarpnOlett4 faint faintpredicted Relatepredicted
predicted dive at up one tenet of th thfaith thefaltlt the thefaith
faith and other concessions conll lon will au aumilldtcl be da damaaded dsmaaded
maaded The e religious foes of th thChurch tbs tlltChtltOh tbsChurch
Church will never be satisfied with Ith any saythat anything r rthlDe
thing that leai than the extinction of Met Metmpiigm MorroOAlam M Mm
roOAlam m IIm and too destruction of th thChurch tilt tiltCb theChurch
Church ChurchBat Cb ChurchBut
CbBlat
Bat notwithstanding the fulmlaaUoa fulmlaaUoaof ° U Uof
of these tb disciples of Intolerance am amtheir and a04tb1r andtheir
their grow raw wlerepreeentetlone of ofcreed oCclllll a acreed <
creed they lie cannot controvert and aDdpeoPle i ipeople a apeople
people whom 11 they tbe cannot convert and andtherefore ant anttherefore 04 04tItto
therefore desire re to crush oru we have tin tinoomfott lbeoomtOlt lbscomfort
comfort ot knowing that they the do aoi aoirepresent not notrplftUlt notrepreant
represent the tb great American peopleTbey people peopleThey peoplThe
They The deceive dIMI many maD but the time has b bpaL haspast haipail
pail for the Oa success of their furious am amshameless and andmel andshameless
shameless mel defamation of a community communitywhich communltwinch communitywhich
which Is 1110 so far above their petty calum calumnles calumpia
nles 111 and abusive eruptions that It cat taiafford catafford caatr0r4
afford to settle at their rage and nll to pit pittheir pitthlr pity pitytheir
their Impotance ImpotanceMormonlsra IlIttlGtlftcMor lmpotsnceMormontsm
Mormonlsra Mor I III not Injured by II suet suetmouthing suchmouthtog uobmoutbl
mouthing moutbl as those of the Methodist Methodistbishop MtboCllatbbop Methodistbishop
bishop and Aft of the tb popgun hireling hlrellnipreaehan Jalrell JalrellJlr hirelingpr
preaehan Jlr oberl who applauded and echoei echoeihis echoidhis
his hi Inanities In alUe This It I what hlt aroueei uonsatheir aroueeitheir IOtIIIIthr
their anger ana ad provokes their hate hateBut battBut hateBut
But the at atf f object In view vI when the thelaunch th thIlunch they theylaunch
launch Ifllo Invective and ad Insult the thipeople Ihpeople thepeople
people aatona whom they th live IIv and nd who whchave whohave whohave
have treated thorn t with uniform kind kindness kindnf kindness
ness nf Is I to Induce eastern people to con contribute contribute contribute
tribute to their ooffers We W must have havmen bavmn havemen <
men money and Dd energy they cry cryCertainly cryCrtal cryCertalaly
Certainly Crtal But above all n things thingsMON tb1D tb1Dt thingsMo
MON Mo t OM IIY r Generous appropriation appropriationfrom
from tho garitral funds Private IrltecOD IrltecODtrlbutl con oontrlbutione contributions ¬
tributions trlbutl from 1 tile kindhearted klnd hartd and IDcIphUlnUtftJllo andphilanthropic sn snphllanthroplo <
philanthropic who want IDI to have ta th thMormons4 till tillormo theMormons <
Mormons ormo ChrHtlanlMd ChrHtlanlMdBut
But Mftrmonlsra gees OIl on IU rale mtsslenarlel raleslonarlM ID IDIonrl
slonarlM Ionrl IBeoNd The homes of IU IUdevotees Itl4ot itsdevotees
devotees 4ot reaMnd iUI with prayer and amipraise andp sodpaler
praise p Their Sunday Iud schools bool grow rro and andflourlife andfiourtl lId lIdourl
flourlife ourl The Bible Is I read and believed believedIn
In private and In public among them themnotwithstanding tbemIOtWltllltucJl1tI themaotwlthtudifg
notwithstanding tb the wicked falsehood falsehoodloM falMboodtolel
told by II Methodist minister In the confetenoe con conference cantfttnoeJlaItIlIlnelnln ¬
ference tfttnoeJlaItIlIlnelnln faith Is Increasing in the Ih beam beamof brtot
of the Saints and nd Methodism has no nomore DOmore nomere
more ofeaace of turning talral the Mormon Mormonpeople Morlllonpeople Mormonpeople
people from that which Almighty God Oodhaa 00cIbaa Godhas
baa st stamped tp upon their eouls as HU HUdivine1 II IItlll liedlvlna
divine1 tlll btl3 C lhali 1b i l It has of knocking knockingoff
off the tar 0 the tJalott lofty mountains that thatrear thatar thattsar
rear ar tnctt II summits ta to the skies Id and andform andform andform
form a ktfwark to our peaceful valseOaq vales valesOne yal yalOft
One rfooil thing hi usually results 11111 from fromthe fromtb fromthe
the tb iBieaqMrata pIlM irate t attacks ot pretended pretendedhrlitUi pretenStdIb14 pretencedChrli
Ib14 hrlitUi t Wltora Oft upon on the tb Church of ofJem ofJ ofJags
Jags J Sib of Latterday Saints they theyserve th thHrY theyserve
serve do advertise 11I It and n4 open the way wayfor wa wafor wayfor
for IU missionaries ourl For the Impetus Impetusthat Impeluthat impetusthat
that wilt be given Iyn to Mormonism by bythe b bIh bythe
the Ih Interest t that may be aroused arousedthrough arousedthrough rouNdthroqla
through the U efforts of the M B conference confer conference oolltrtftct ¬
ence to tern1N revile the Mormons we w hope hopeto
to be 4t duly r thankful saaltf Not however totit tothose to tothose
those tit from whom offenses corns but butM butCItMI butGod
M God Who wlU overrule It for good goodto roodtlbll goadt0
to lllm bo It all the glory gloryXBOOTIATIOVS gloryPlmlrll 01 01lLOIC
lLOIC a XBOOTIATIOVS XBOOTIATIOVSThe rroorI4T10 ss ssThe S SThe
The latent lstentpropositloa proposition from the CM CMness ChiOf Chtneee
ness Of government mnt through Li Hung Hunghan hunglung llIn llInhaq
lung han to U that t Minister Conger be ap appointed appointed p pplntda ¬
pointed a representative to the lb foreign foreignpun fortlnIwen foreignpuveIl
Iwen pun era with authority to negotiate negotiatel nlloltalelce p iodatepeace
l peace > ace UTBM tsr i The Th suggestion ought to tobe tobl tobt
be gratify INti gratlfPldt to the Americans as an anIndication anIndleaU anindlcatlln
Indication that the Chinese ChiD government governmentha
ha confidence In the honesty and In Integrity InIlrltr Integrity ¬
tegrity oi oto the e American offlclala but at atthe atI atthe
the I h amt Ute fiI it la evident that there therela
la I no roS root s for or elaborate negotiationsThli negotiations
Thli Is I a ofae In which the tb socalled socalledniiitd IOCIlle4R socallednllted
niiitd R powers 110 will wmlllett dictate terms as soon soonn
n 118 they can c agree between themselves themselveschina thtlftltlf themselvesChinas
china f s part on the program will be betu beto bero
tu foot the pill Mk wit with U much grace IIaotpolblt aa aapoulblf aspeulbic
poulblf peulbicWhat poulblfWhat polbltWbat
What win be done does o now no Is I largely lal lalmattr a amatter amatter
matter of conjecture CIODjeet But In the first firstplace lretIlac firstplace
place JtusaJa Great Britain France Franceand PrDceIUId Fransand
and Japan a will undoubtedly oubttdl annex nn the theroast tbeOllt theroast
roast part of the tb Chinese Chi entire They Theywill The Thewill Theywill
will urge u that this is necessary for the theprotection Ibeprotection theprotection
protection of their several ral Interests Intltt In Inthe Inthe
the t b interior Then the tb money Indemnl Indemnlty
ty t will bo considered and In that will be beone beou beon
on one of appalling magnitude for a acountry Icotrr scountry
country with wit Chinas Clata financial ability abilityThen ablllt abllltthe abilityTheo
Then the lb question 1 of Chinas Claln future tutusgovernment futuregovernment tutunt
government t will 11 have to be settled settledOnce Itttle4Onot settledOnce
Once before Europe has hi withdraw withdrawfrom wllhdrl wllhdrlrro Undrawnfrom
from rro the imperial rlal city en out of deference deferencefor
for the tb Manchu dynasty but In aU allprobabUiU aUpru aUprubsbblatury
prubsbblatury probabUiU pru abWII uttury lItl1 wUI not be repeated repeatedin repeat repeatIn
in this pMfcular Pil llcular Borne lime ago It Itwas ItWal itwas
was stated It sn n apparently reliable au authority aullMIIi antbrlty ¬
thority that U Hung Chang Cbln would pro prot proIIJ propose
t IIJ pose > uHt l > thedivlston the lh Aivlalon ltoII of the tb country beI betaken be betwten
taken I tea native ttv vtoeroya tu gule guleunder o ounJcr 01unltr <
under the direction of a European Europeaalolnl ap Utwlnted appointed ¬
pointed lolnl d by tbe he powers po This plan win winundoubtedly wmunoIbt willundoubtedly
undoubtedly unoIbt be considered If proposed proposedIt
It may ma not be desirable d Ie to appoint IppobItJluroPtn a aEuropean aICuropean
European need over 0 the th Chinese Cblll em empire empin 18 18pi ¬
pin pi since II that would be virtually to toally ton toally
ally n China with the power from which whichthis w1a1eJatble whichthis
this ruler na la selected But the Ih division divisionof
of the country between bet native viceroys vtoeroyaeach viceroyseach oero oerocia
each cia with sovereignty IIIverel should be prac practicable pracUeaIe prsetiable ¬
ticable If taffletent regard rd wore w wIn given givenIn
In the selection of rulers nl to the prove prevalent pnyaIellt provelent ¬
lent nationality language and religion religionof 1I1ontlf
of the t people Je In the different fr rfnt provinces provincesso provl provlau
so that a Mohammedan Mobm were appointed appointedwhore appolatt4hlle appointedwhere
whore Mohammedanism prevails and ands D4 D4Itl
i Itl on In there should be no reason for forcomplaint torcomplt forcomplalat
complaint One thing tblll seems to be bedear bedr beclear
dear at present and that to that the theChinese IbeCI theCbiaeN
Chinese CI meat be governed by b men of oftheir ofdItIr oftheir
their own owee race Foreign Institutions Institutionspan uU1ItlODOU
pan not be grafted upon the old 01 01wtuK treewithout tree treewithout
without sows yrevtons rt training tra ot the thepeople tbew thes
people s J new w condition But the theptotttgok theNo theprssdRl
prssdRl ptotttgok No the Imperial house b wan wanin WIDUte wanl
l in AtcfaoV ¼ the Chinese an anR eoa itumgs eoaft
gs uib1g ft n t to eM oK their queues as IIUIt a aat atltN
at Uttf ifaMr 1tr to the Jlan alii
thus A new arrangement of f the Ih ad administration admlnlltratioD administration
ministration s seems ems fm demanded by b the thicircumstances tbolrcwutanclI theotrcumstsnee
circumstances circumstancesAll
All these matters will have t Ia III leataken IIItak Ot Ottaken
taken tak up In fact It to believed thai thaiaotea tUtDotN thatnote
note are re now being exchanged between be between betHn
tween the ttl various guvernmeata on the thiseveral U UMveral theseveral
several points but ut U Hunt CbanTi CbanTirole Ctfablrol Ctan1orole
role rol In the negotlatlona will be a aoneil Me Meondsry aleondary
ondsry oneil one 011 He will simply Imp M asket asketto Mbdto
to subscribe to whatever the powon powontree powwnoa powullsires
tree on
oaZIO ZIO zIOlslto ISJI nitowixo nitowixoDr OItOWI 0 0Dr 1 a a1r
Dr Henl who has Ita been called UM UMMoses tlaIMOIttI theMow
Moses of 0 the new Hebr H I v movement movemeotoward movementtoward
toward Palettlne at the present eoa 00sgrs co cotress eoa1t
grs tress IB 1t London emphasised the im importano lIDPOrlaDCII tatports
portano ports os of a Jewish b state In thai thaicountry tbatOOlllltrr thatcountry
country so a tutor In the tb Asiatic probHe problem prob problem ¬
lem He also made the point that H Hmust It Itmult itmust
must be established under Twrklsl Twrklsleuseralnty Tarkilluseninty hr1dlUltlllnt
euseralnty euseralntyThis lUltlllnt1b
This 1b announcement if I to be taken U Uconnection IIoonnecllJn InConnection
connection with the tact that he bs bslately nat natlately b bIltl
lately Iltl paid several 11 vlslta to Ooastnntl Ooastnntlnople Contaatlnoplt Constauunople
nople presumably for the purpose 01 01ascertaining of ofallCfrtalnlb ofeacertainlhg
ascertaining the sentiment of the Turk TurkIsh TurkIb Turkish
Ish government on the tb question li liwhich ID IDwblc Inwhich
which he h to Interested IIlftttllltedIIODIlat InterestedElootom Intimatedllotm
Elootom Is from now on A fact lot In Itcontemporary Ine Incontemporary
contemporary e history Many Mu of the ttaHebrew tbeHeb theHebrew
Hebrew Heb people who formerly toward towardthe regardedthe 414 414tbe
the Idea as a vague dream are becom becomIng Meoman becoming
Ing an Interested It has particularly partlffulartibrought pauodlrbbroht particularlybrought
brought the b Russian Jews to the tb atten attentlon Attenlion ten tentlon
tlon of the world These With their theliconservative ttaelrCO theirconservative
conservative CO ltrYtlV Ideas have often beeilooked beet 1IMalooked beetlooked
looked upon as the tb most miserable mlr II IInant rem remnant remnant
nant of the lb scattered people but the theare Ut Utar they theyare
are ar found to be to the UI front In UM UIImovement no nomovement stew stewmovement
movement with an Intellectual force forceand tortend forceand
and nd fiery enthuslsm that are re bound ti tihave to tolIav tohive
have an Influence In wide circlet circletOne el circlesOne l lOne
One of the features fIu of the connfeeiwas connfeei ooqftWWI
was aa oration In I the Hebrew U N tongue tongueThis t tlbll tongueThis
This has b long been classed among Uw Uwdead Utec1ea4 thedead
dead languages Its resurrection pres presages prettb presages <
ages the tb revival of the tb nationality from fronwhich tromwblob fromwhich
which It sprang sprangThe sprangThe PDItI
The tI Jews 01 have ba long boon disperses dispersesamong dlrtIdlll0IIC dispersedamong
among the nations of the lb earth eartha rth a by byword b1word byword
word even ven among mo the halfbarbaric halfbarbaricDodoulni baltbarbirlaDIdouln halt bsrbMo bsrbMotledouins
Dodoulni of the desert But sacred sacredwrit IICredwrit sacredwrit
writ speaks I tIu In I plain terms of their tbelrt re retoratlon ree reetotatlen
toratlon t Uon to honor and glory rlol Tb Tbhall They Theyshall The Theshall
shall be gathered again but they shall shallremain allailItIMID shallremain
remain until the tb times Um of the u Oentllei Oentlleibe GeDIIIbe
be fulfilled Doc and COY U y1This tt ttThis 11n
This n time however most be near at alhand atbud atbud
bud for In the Ih revelation It to 1 fur further hatUMr furtiler ¬
ther stated that In that generatloii generatloiitbo tlu tluUti
the generation g atloD In which a light shall snalbreak shallbreak 11 11brealt
break forth among them that sit In lidarkness IneIIrkA indarkness
darkness eIIrkA and a4 It thall be the fulness fulnessmy ltaln of ofmr ofmy
my Ooipel OopelI In that generation ratloa anal analthe shallthe hall halltbe
the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled fulfilledand tuUI1fi1and fulfilledand
and there shall be men n standing In thai thaigeneration thatgenerattoa
generation that shall ll not pass until untlthey untilthey aUI aUIth
they th shall tee an D overflowing scourge seounfor 10011 10011for scourgefor
for a desolating sickness Ic shall cover ccfveithe coverthe r rtbe
the land landAn laDeSAll landAs
An a further sign by b which the tb draw drawIng drawIn drawing
Ing In near of the end a4 of the tb time of tb tbOtntlle tbOInlll the theGentiles
Otntlle may be known kno n to this And AndIn AI1I1In AndIn
In that day shall be heard of wars WI and andrumors aDdMamoll sadrumors
rumors of wars sad the tb whole earthshall earth eartlishall earthhall
shall be In commotion and men menhearts mine mineheart ns nsbeart
hearts shall fall them and they th shall ahalsay shallsay 11 11Ibat
say that Christ delayeth Ills oomlm oomlmuntil ooatlaguntil 111I 111Iuntil
until the end atS of the earth And UHlove UH thelove
love of 0 men shall wax oold and Iniquity Iniquityshall lalqnltshall a1qlltrail
shall ail abound aboundAre lbouadAN aboundAre
Are these tit signs prominent today t II IIso Ito
so o the silent message 11I they bring to the thiSaints tI tIlatat theRalph
Saints of the tb Most High Is Lift up you youheads roUrheac1l yourheady
heads for your our redemption drawoth drawothnigh drawthItllh drawethnigh
nigh Alto this Be ye f also ready readyfor nact nacttor readyfor
for in such an hour as ye think not the theSon theIon theIon
Ion of man oometli oometliThe GObtTbe oometbPThe
The empress dowager seems to be txquite beIllite bequite
quite as good at running M any Dr other otherChinaman otherChinaman otherChinaman
Chinaman ChinamanThe
The T e Boers are advancing ady etnf on tits Brit British arttIlh British ¬
ish The Th surrender of III others othenrepori4d to toreported Isreported
reported today todayNot toda todaNot todayNot
Not all the th Chinese C1dM in Pekln ItkIIIbuttblll were werebutchers warebutchers
butchers Many wore heroes who wttoto died diedto
to save a the foreigners foreignersA
A good deal ot work as wdl well u talkI talk talkIs
Is I necessary now to place the n city 011 la laa IIIa ina
a fair sanitary condition conditionAritona oon41U01IArilOna conditionArlsorm
Aritona has had k1dducking a ducking and the thefarmers thelamen lMfarmers
farmers are rt happy It Is I pretty near nearUtahs nlllUtab nearUtah
Utah turn for rainstorms rainstormsIndiana ralutonalIndlanl rainstormsIndiana
Indiana Is I wotully short In Its It wheat wheatyield whllt1ld wheatyield
yield 1ld this thl year but there lilt to no falling fallingoff lalllII
off in the Booster crop of politicians politiciansMrs
Mrs Anna I Dftw > rew denies 4e hat she told toldthe aetlelthl toldthe
the stories credited to her of Russian Russianatrocities Ruuiaatroclt Russianatrocities
atrocities atroclt committed in China Clal It to Ieothtr an another another ¬
other case of yellow 10 Journalism JournalismAmerican jovnaaJlAmerlclsa journalismAmerican
American money e has b saved YIlt the tb Eng English mn mnIIlh English ¬
lish markets to the news from London LondonThe IondonTlte LondonThe
The Americans have hi done considerable considerableIn
In the saving vi line I1n lately latI hence their theirpossession tItlrpoHHIIOII theirpoaslon
possession of a goodly supply It of oath oathTurkey cullnIrk cashTurkey
Turkey nIrk has as sent a new minister to tothe tothe i i11Ie
the United States ltat Perhaps he U t re regarded reorardtel yegarded ¬
garded as enough to pay the Indemnity Indemnitydue IDdemnltdll
due dll America IIIerl for UM Sultan h does not notseem notseem ot ot11Im
seem Inclined to meet tit the tb bill In the theusual thetlttlll theusual
usual way r of cash ell down downRussia dohBURl danRussia
Russia to I against qat the partition palhe rittlon of ofChina ofChI ofChin
China ChI and has b taken till another slice for forherself forIMnelt forherself
herself A little while longer and the theCaar theCIar theClar
Caar will leave nothing tIOtbltor for the tb others othersto
to quarrel over while hue China eta will not notbe DotcllYlded notbe
be divided dividedChina cllYldedChinA dividedCAlsa
China wants nt U S Mttrtater Conger Congerto Con
to be Its It peace envoy to t UM lit nations nationsThey natlounI nationsThey
They nI have ha e learned that ha to a stay stayer stayer tarand ¬
er and doubtless doubt expect tea will check checkmate cheekmste checkIe
mate Ie th the demands d of Buropean powers powersBut POWNIIBtlt powersBut
But even Mr Conger must tIIt be dubious dubiousabout dllblo dllbloIMlit dubiousabout
about that point pointWhen polatWilen pointWhen
When the nations demand satisfac satisfaction atifacion trllIIOD ¬ I
ion for ciiliena cltllDllIlIltd killed by II Chteete e what whatwill whatwill I
I
will 11 they tblIo do about those who were ex executed flecuIfei executed ¬
ecuted because they befriended beft1ta ed toe for forelsners torenners forInell
elsners + china Cbltaa111 should learn I that that thatmethod Iblotmelhod thatmethod
method fit f procedure t when w war dots dotsexlat doealit doesexist
exist lit win 111 not ho tolerated tte by lit civiuied civiuiednations oIvlllltdtaatlon civilisednation
nations nationsA
A congress ronII In China CII to evolve a plan planfor planfor pintor
for governing the empire to laid to tobs tobe tobe
be the idea 141 of 0 President McKntey Car Cartel Ccrthinly M Mtal ¬
tel thinly nly III a ooagr congfOM 0 m over there tie might be beless bttdlpo beless
less disposed dlpo C to quarrel aml than UaaalC It It were wereat wereat
at t some om place I farther removed Id from fromthe fromt fromthe
t the actual Act ual danger du r of failure Caltll to agreeThe agree agreeThe NTIITIM
The gentlemen Idt gentlwsnrwho who have been la 11 thin thinlty tilthclt thiscity
city clt for several days n repHBtnttng UIII four fourpeat fourt fourgrist
peat t eastern journal appear to beInvestlgsdng be beinvestigating belDYHUpdq
investigating Utah attain very thor thorjughly thorosghly
jughly TJhar Desire to learn facts factstad ra raD4 factsand
tad do not Wh wish to Indulge n aanaI Setfen Setfenrhcy Settles SettlesThey
They naI are nat of the t e daas that spend spendiwentyfoar spendtwentyat Dct Dcttwe
twe iwentyfoar r Mute kM awl albe then reel hetgoaded reelIttaMSad t tII
goaded II to Wttte a bee heel c sit Utah U but
are It taking time and palm tu collect rt rtliable flIabl reliable >
liable Iabl data Tomorrow they lht x111 HI ink inkcharge tRkof takebarge
charge of the lb Herald for a day and th thTankeo the theTankeo theTlnkee <
Tankeo Edition Of that paper will b blooked bl bllooktel brlooked
looked for eagerly r We wish lsh the genUstun gen genttemen tn tnUtIIIn
ttemen great success successMinister ItIOONInter eatenMinister
Minister nter Wu does 4 t not want want 8It the th Chi Chinose Chiempr Cdlseas
nose empress empr dowager remo removed > ed from froirpower frompower frompower
power But the thing to be considered considerednow < onlderdlOW
now Is the Deis necessity lty 11 of the other na nalions nalion nalions
lions not Wag wishes tahu The empresi empresidowager tmpreba4 empreeedswaget
dowager has had one chance at Itereln tease massacrtlng teaseoretng
crtlng foreigners tONI and ntl that to enough enougtfor eDoqbtot
tot a woman of her ag agAlaska age ageAlaska p pAlull
Alaska deter la determinrd da ra1Ded to get et t a nUll 11UUnotice nUllMtloe 111111notice
notice In the present nt time of spsdal spsdalattention pseWattention pedaInUoa
attention nUoa to China CIa so t flfured oat I Igreat a at agreat
great t earthquake eart But there to no ft ftport IIof 1Part
port of loss of life In which partlcttlai partlcttlaiUM
UM Incident U entirely UNI unlike an aCnl aCnlot afaUof
ot the Orient OrientTBO OrIIIItftlID
TBO ftlID IntematMbal Live stock > llPOII llPOIItloft XSPaSilion tnoa1 tnoa1tlon <
lion to be held In Chicago in December DecemberIs btr btrII
Is attracting considerable attention h hU litu In Intbs
tbs U > West Utah UI Stock graven evin evinconsiderable ovine ovineconsiderable ace aceCODlderab
considerable Interest trllt in the tb tbblcb event eventwhich creptwhich
which promises pro tt 0 be specially notable notabUIn
In the lino I of MM 1 Nock oclc dupiayi u uAmerica Ia IaAmerica inAmerica
America AmericaDetails AmericaDetails AmericaDttIlIl
Tin Taltoome Talaoome Tincome
Details of Ute Ightln at Tien
an anendurance and ullunn andusdunnee <
come oome now to chew h w the heroism
endurance unn of Httgatan troops Then Thento TbIrefto
of Bu Bualan R RIdUa Rue RueSian
to I no question of 0 the lie bravery
alan totaled 1IOkU tAd It will 11I b bs tomcat remwnbored tomcatbored 18 18buec1
bored that to 1 I tha relief of P PfklD kln th thbrilliant the thebrtlllaat thebrilliant <
brilliant exploit Ion was accomplished bjthe bj b btbe bythe
the Russian U conjunction unction with Jap Japaneee Japanese a an
aneee n British Bra sal AmericanaUU41Ih Americans AmericansOObI1 Amer DI DIlqLII
OObI1 lqLII K I IIUVTINUTOX IIUVTINUTOXLot 1tU iT1NUTW
Lot Antdes A Express ExpressIn Espr EsprIn
In the passing of Mr Huntington UM UMState lb lbtlle theSU1te
State tlle of California as a w well ll aa a the Ih coun country cOlintr country
try tr at largo Iar oxen Km a distinct loss Ite Itewu H Hwas nWM <
was the last of that big bl four who 110 en englneered enIntfrtd engineered
glneered the tb lint trani enllntntll ntln ntal rail railroad railroad allroad
road through connecting eGnncl In California Calliomiiwith ClIforaiawith
with the lb rest ot the tb country and mak makIng lDakIn makIng
Ing In possible that t marvelous develop developravnt developmnl developwent
went which has astonished the lb world worldIt
It was one on of the tb greatest achievement achievementof
of modern mo ersa times bringing fame and for fortune fortune fortune
tune to Its It promoters and ali < I adding hun nundreds hundttd hundreds
dreds of millions mil promoters ons of dollars to the wealth wllhoC weaiuof
of the country ooUllt Mr Huntington was ei eiaentlally e eIenUall esaentlaily
aentlally a great man but it is I as e erailroad a aratroad arailroad
railroad financier that he will III always alwayiatand ala alatand alwaysstand
stand preeminent ills HI masterly mall rl man managcment manament management
agcment of the great t properties which whichhe whichhe hldl hldlhe
he built up will always alwa command the thirespect Ihrepect therespect
respect of the tb financial world and now nowthat nowtbat nowprrssss
that he h In gone 10 the full measure oi oitiralse of
wasuwith uwith uwithheld
tiralse 11 prrssss willsbea will be aooorded which was with withheld withheld
held during bit lifetime lifetimeSacramento lifetimeaoramcnto Urn UrnlaorIatealo
Sacramento Bee BeeSome Bfe80m BeeRome
Some of the richest men In thli State Btauare 8latare Stateare
are men men of little capability and scarcely tcarcelyany scarcelyany careelany
any Judgment How became they Ih rich richthen richtben richthen
then It will b be asked limply because beoauMof becauof
of opportunity of lluck luck of chance call callIt c1lIt
It what you ou will They 1b sat at down In th thearly the IbelIrl theearly
early lIrl days 4 and I grabbed bbwd acre upon uponacres uponarr uponacres
acres arr of land did d nothing and let the theexertions Iheerllon theexertions
exertions erllon of those around them make makethe maketb makethe
the tb property to It their Ir vicinity rich anc ancvaluable and andvaluable andvaluable
valuable and productive That ma mad madIhem madethem < l lthem <
them mllllonalrasAnd because e they hail hailmoney hadmony hailmoney
money In the inlndi of a great ral many manyunthinking manunlhlnkln manyunthinking
unthinking people they tb got credit f tr trabllll hrability < n nability
ability foresight and wtodom which whichthty whichIhe whichthey
they Ihe never possessed Put any an of these theecmen tb thesemen ae aemen
men today In I a business bUlln enterprise enterpriseagainst tnterprleaalnt enterpriseagainst
against young men of ability nerve and andcool andcool andcool
cool judgment aM they th would not be In Inthe Inthe inthe
the race for one onsSplute jtlnute a lite It was entire entiredifferent entirely entirelydifferent ntlreldlfrfnt
different with C P I Huntington H Hwas He Hewa Hewas <
was a marvealoaaaw1o marvelous marvIoaIua man He was wa a very VlryNapolto veryNapoleon verjNapoleon
Napoleon of ofacrlmento ofSacramento ftna os osSacramento
Sacramento Record Union tnlonThe UnionThe CnlollTM
The life I1f of ColUs C lUllt 1 > huntington will willgrow wUlow willgrow
grow ow Into greater strength and brllllan brllllancy
cy as time advances adYI and the traits of ofhis ofbll ofht
his splendid character ch by b his very ver ab abfence abIIIIC abeerie
fence from the Ih louse of earthly ac actlvlty sotlrity actIYltf
tlvlty will stand taD bolder to view Ie Cal Catumny Callimn Calumny
umny limn inUrepresentatlon I1lltrp HtaUOII selfish aellJ b and andunworthy andunwortb andunworthy
unworthy ambition am ttion aimed almesi at th the un undoing un40turc undoing
doing of himself and courageous aim aimdates UllOetat asenMate
dates etat and the carping of small souls IuulIt soulsat > uuliat
at his bl success UCCf will UI be forgotten or nut nutaside nutaside ut utHId
aside by b justice and the tit true nobility nobilityand nlJbllllyWIld nobilityd
and d grandeur of the th mans character characterue characterrecognised
ue reooxnlMd nIOO lleI and confessed among amon all allmen all1141I1 allrrln
men
San Francisco Chronicle ChronicleOutside CIIfoalceOIIta1d Cb onlcle onlcleOutside
Outside of his hi immediate tl lflllate circle Mr MrHuntlngton Ir IrIhlntlDlt01l IrHuntington
Huntington was wa not a popular man nmnNeither hllnNlltbtr manNsither
Neither perhaps was 11 bo Ie personally un onpopular unpopular unpoplilar ¬
popular He and the people were nd ndapart < v vapart < J Jlpart
apart And yet It la I Improbable that h hConsidered hI hIooDll4ertd heconsidered
Considered himself a aga groat t benefa bfnetlllIr bfnetlllIrof < t it itof r rOf
Of his bl generation He n doubtless beltrred beltrredthat beli eIlH < eit eitthat 1 1Ibat
that his bl talent for organtMUIon and ad administration ailmlnltraUon administration ¬
ministration assured comfort and happlaess hap hapPlness hRIIPID
Plness PID to more families tID1II than he could couldhave tuuidhave uuldIIIV
have helped by b any aD other use of the thetreat lb lbt thegreat
treat t fortune which be accumulated accumulatedWhile accumulledWblle accumulatedRhlle
While h Itt lived he b WM u the object of ofmany oflIIany ofmany
many and lId strong tron antagonisms There Thereto
to no reason why wh they the should follow him himto himto himto
to his III grave ve He WM a man of power powersuch pO powersnob r rcia
such cia as I we shall not loon see e again againSan aplnBan anonSan
San Francisco Call CallThat CallThat CallThat
That faults should have ha been bet > n present presentla
la the tb details of his bl progress pro Is I only > nl to tosay 10Ibat toeay
say that he h was 11 human bdl but It le just justto Jutto
to say II with all U that will be said ald of him himthat himthat himthat
that no man who ho has lived could have havedone havedoae havedone
done as much with ai little blame us amay usmay Ii Iim
may m justly be ascribed t te him Callfor Cenfornis Callfornla
nla nI owes to his memoir the most profoasd pro profound proto
found to respect ltI fel and the world will walt walta
a considerable space tar r the coming of ofa ofwho ofa
a man who can IID completely flU the place placehe
he has left vacant vacantChicago VscantChicago acaDtChlcro
Chicago Dally DaII Xews N NADd IiwsAnd XewsAnd
And yet et all this to but little more morethan moreIbu morethin
than a paean an in praise 1 > of wealth Af After After Atbet ¬
ter throtiuarttTs three qusrtcrs of a century cpcnt cpcntin IntII
in rold foUgettlng gettlnr what to a hundred hundredmillion bunlrdmlllfOll hundredmile
million more or lees l < s to Collie P Hunt HuntIhgton HuntIDIOn Huntington
Ihgton now II lit Wu not deep Itt any anysounder an anlOer anysotmder
sounder or swe Ipptr IWeet < > i > r in his b marble arbl mau maueoleum mauIOlwID mauoleum
eoleum In bMuttful M autIful Woodlawn cnie cniet Ihlettr me meter
t ttr ry than th < puurest 011I of his frllwclttare fellow fellowolttaens tto II IIotUlatnl
olttaens In that hn t itr d > Iy of the dead Hln Hlntiamo 11I1tlam IlleName
Name and fame will survive Ivf among amongmen IImn IImnmilt nmongmet
men as a fln ftnitrwlal < ndai genius tdlll and king
but If he could uttp back for a day dR dRfroM
from that Ml IIlhnol n > Into Which he h bee haieBteroddoes hRIIDtenddota beeestereddoee
eBteroddoes an any 11 > one on suppose be wouldiamb would wouldmake wouldfna
make fna even on II inquiry InQII1 as what hud hlidot
become of the th money mnn of which he h sup up upORtI
paced hlm bIDlf fir t III < bt owner but on onwWch nwtdeh n nI
wWch he haI l IInl > niy n a life lease eue If he
had any II irepiMr m allIl for the tJa world then thl > n
I 1 It would 0td4 probably be one calling atten attention aUtntloa attenion ¬
ion not to hii hi miiitoms or the th splendor plfndorI
of Ms mau Duuenleum < leum > but to the vastly vastlygreater vastlygreater utl
greater accumulation a of good workr workswhich workrwMtth
which w might Irhl nine hu P mac m made his memory IDI1IIO a a1NledItiMt
beswdtetlou to t latest agon a but which
be nstoedDaiiy ae4lIall NewaNew Newa NewaHew N NNfw
Hew York Y rk Erenlnf E Post PostThere PoItar PostThere
There are ar other rich men la II tile coun counIry countr country
try tr even rlhr ri < her than Mr Huntington Huntingtonbut
but there In t c m n other whoso 11 work has hasw hasIo
w laapostng nr a I hock on tko map p There Therefi here herehM
h hM fi s keen II no other in this country who whoItaa whohis ho hobaa
baa had eo great ruI a power po to give llrec llrecildb iirecthat lInocU
that U to labor and to decide how the theiwdttotag tbeprodlolrla thertdefag
iwdttotag fun forces IK of the nation Uon should shouldIse hul < 1
be employed Ise toyed in the work of reproductick reproduc reproduction rodur roduru ¬
tick u Of course there are higher a con conderations enIW n nelderations
derations IW O than this to move G the in intonectnal Inleneetual intalleetual
tonectnal and moral mo nature of man manland manlIIId
land to th Ihp hoe < hither hlrh assaMr one Mr Hunt Huntngton
ngton ttlt was nt MsU d but when whenne whnCIIII
CIIII ne h a gtunt la Us trade tradehatever whateer whateert
1 II t may be 1 > > the wofWwWalways wort w WI1I 111 wa ys give
hhgblp Urn hto appropriate glee and d title titleSt Uti UtiIt titleK
St Paul Pioneer Press PressOoWo Prea0DIIIe PressCollie
Collie P Huntlnttot HUDII alee worth fifty 11ft 11ftMIlia
tapj MIlia Collars bat many ul aay a man notwetJl not
wetJl th fctfty IIh fifty R W JIM of at fifty r
IftiPtba mill woaidfgfMoto woe u imwNpart tel change changewith
Stare with him toSayiths tcIsy t It bl scald
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All this week at 35 C M I I We kvo ft magnificent stock of JAIC LuceCurtains L ce ceCurtains n nCurlalns f
Curtains bought at Special Sale Tlioy rllo wore a bargain to us usnml tt ttmul + j jand
and have 110 been such to our customers custOl lots Wo now intend to dlspoio dlspoioof
of tho entire ent 110 lot Ioinnininsr J from this Special Bargain purchiiso purchiisonml t tnml
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The Baseball Grounds GroundsGrand
Grand Opening < < Performance Tonight Tonightand Tonlhtand
and continuing ontlnuln for one wk u k Henry Ufn J JInln JIlln JPain
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ATHLETIC EXHIBITION EXHIBITIONBy
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The Features for Monday ond Night Por Portrait Port Portrsits ¬
trait t of President McKinley and WIU WIUUam WIIllam 1411Ham
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PAINS lAI S LATRST L1If Sl PARIS EX EXPOSITION EX1lOSlllION EXPOSITION ¬
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State Reunion of Old Oldand Oldand Oldand
and Young Soldiers SoldiersAt
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II GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS NEWSever I
About Boys Caps CapsHut Capsnut CapsBut + + +
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+ I 4ET day but still a few of the thesummer th thSUUl1net r rsummer
I sum summer suits left that must nwtbo t
t w bo cleared to srivo place for the thenew tlwnew
new onos Those were selling at atprices ntprices atJa
Ja se prices that surely will cleartlleill clear clearthorn t
thorn from our stock stockItsto stockIts J
t Itsto Its to toyour our advantage to buy beyfull buynow t tt
now while you can ret a suit suitfor suitfo a afor
t for fo little over or l half price priceAnd pl pricer l lAmi +
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+ I full fullnosy value at regular prices pricesA ices icesA r
3 = A glance at the following 101 1n owing list 1Mwill y ystill t tJ
J will show what tho saving will willbo hillI
I bo to you youSuits yonSuits on onI
Suits worth worthSuits ltOO for forfor II IIlulu 319 319Salts
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I We are stilling Boys and Childrens Suits at tho same samescale sautescala i iscale
scale of reduction as last week weekA J
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If A final I clean sweep In n tads department Our swell swelllittle swelllittle f
little stilts In all styles Vesteo lstee Mouse two piece and andthree andthroe J
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marked as low as they the could be to allow us a 1 reasonable reasonableprofit reasonableprofit f ff
f profit Those are our house IOUSO cleaning prices pricesYour pricesYour pricesYour
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I Your choice of our 650 600 and 500 suits 450 450Your 450Your 450r
r Your choice of our 450 and 500 suits 375 375Your 375Your 375E
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