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lut lrMt Mllner and anI other of
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In II the situation In South SouthAMa SouthI
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itimer ro had hoped hope1A
says that I ho
A AMa I r Ill 1 detllJlle Wi and te point would be reached reachedh
woulll ould be possible to sum sumH sumthai
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a r of history containing cOlitallllll1f
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rt unstruetlln roludantly forced to the theli
li I am thut th re will he no such suchlng
ulon continues Sir AlfrlJlI AlfrlJlIlioer
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lioer ulttnlllte result bu t tore toretllat
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d IJI ork will bl slollel 111010 111010dlmcut
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SK tllat more haiasfllng hnru8 lng and anllllloro moro moron4 ox oxlcn
dlmcut > than > was n4 n nt nny UII time antlcl antlcler antlc antlce
lcn l e t any rale It 19 Idle to wnlt wnltt
t e I In tht hope of belllg ublo to toII
f hr situation In Hpllo Hpllohtonfusfdcnaracterof
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l 81ultlon Hllo Hlloohe
II htonfusfdcnaracterof er confused I te of the present presentI
ohe I M > K cJracter betler lo nlte ntellt lto ltol to todfcoler
I > SltOD llhllk l ver I beler roughlY and Ind Inude Inudeo InudeQuate
Quate dfcoler the state o of tll1K9 as they CX CXe exIs >
Is I Is a aI use e denying that the last lastlal Ilsl IlslJlalf
lal Jlalf I ear D has t been n one of retrogression retrogressionSew
months ago this colony was per perI Ierltety
Sew
alO far o the theI theOrange
quiet at least as a
I fedly ltety half of tie tieI
I Orange river The southern te teOrnge
sot sottln
rapidly ee eeI
colony was
I Hlver
I Orinje Ornge tlliw do down Hrr n and ant even a conslderal cOlsfJerabla cOlsfJerablalirton i o oI
I wrtlon tln of the Transvaaliiotably tho thosouthwestern tholuthwestern
southwestern lirton districts seemed to have havedefinitely hl va vadelnle
definitely luthwestern accepted Ilstrlcl Drltlsh Ilrllsh authority authorityana
delnle to re return return ¬
ana tu rejoice at the opportunity I
orderly government and the theiiiuua thoIluuuts
turn to orterly gOVerment
of peace peaceToday poaceToduy
Iluuuts iiiuua
Today the scene Is completely cQlpletelY nl nltmd 01tenl
tmd It would woult be superfluous to dwell dwellon del delon
on the I Increased Incleasellossrs losses to the country countrycaused countryC3UIOd
caused by the prolongation prolongaton ot the thestruggle th thHtrggl
struggle by the form which It has ie iecently IerenU
Htrggl cently assumed u sumel The enemy cnem are now nowbroken noWbrken
I Ilofcs
broken brken up Into a 1 great number of smnl smnlforces Slal
forces lofcs raiding In every direction Ilrecton and anilthat andthat
that our troops are similarly slmarl broken ur urIn upIn
In thur th lr pursuit pursui makes the area ol olactual ofactual
actual fighting and consequently consequ nty ol oldestruction oflestructlon
destruction nhtnl much wider than would b bthe be bethe
the lestructlon cane In a conflict tonltct between equal equalnumbers equnlnumLers
numbers operating In largo Ilrge masses massesMoreover massesoreover
olerutn
Moreover oreover the fight fght Is now nol matnl matnlover mallilyover
over supplies The lloers Ioers live lve entirely entlrelon entirelyon
on tin sUPIles country through throulh which the thepans they theyIInlS
pans IInlS not only onl taking laktnt all alihe the food the thecmi they theyeln
cmi eln lay their hands hanl on al but looting loolng tin tinnmall the8mal
nmall village stores of f clothing cuthll boots bootscoffee Lootscoroe
coffee coroe 8mal vllle anil ali HURar Hu ar all al of which they nr nrIn 110 110In
In great rent need of Our alr forces aro ar com comlulled comIleled
lulled to denude the country cuntry of every everything everythlUI
Ileled thing thlUI movable movhle in order orcr to frustrat frustratthese frustrte frustrtetheH
these tactlis lactrs of the enemy enemyThe cnem cnembe
The be loss of crops and tnll stock Is mnr mnrHtrlous 10re 10relerlous
Htrlous to the Boers UOeS than farm a rm burning burningof
1 lerlous of which eo much hns been heard heardpay hearll I IIa
pay this not at a all aJ as un In advocate Ilvocate o onidi of ofudl
nidi Ia destruction destructonaul ami I am glad ti tithink to tothink
think the measure mensur Is now seldom seliom I ItVer I
i tVer resorted to toContinuing tot
t Continuing Contnuing he says The conse consequenies cOle cOlequences
quenies of the war although alhollhn n6t grave graveare grlvo grlvoare
are appalling appallng The country people wll wllneed wil wilneed
need help to prevent preut them thel from star starv1Ing starlng
Ing nnd probably pobably a certain amount oi oicapital at atcaplo
capital caplo A more serious effect efect of the thfK thelast
K last six II months Is the moral Influence Influenceof
of o he recrudescence recrul scence of the war CS CSyet esleelal
yet leelal tally In Orange River HIer colony colonyHe
He then sketches s tho ilslng sing ngdlnsl ngdlnslthe ng lnst lnstthe
the Hrltlih Hrlhh forces force the breaking of BoerJ1 Boer Boerplcdgei
plcdgei J1 ges uf neutrality neutrall under the pres pressure NesJUt ¬
sure of old companions In arms and the theestablishment theeSlablshment
establishment eSlablshment of camps of refuse for fotDoer for110er
Doer families amles uniting waitng protection Hr Hrdescribes II
describes dwbes the effect In Cape Colony Colon ol olKuorrllla ofumiln
< Kuorrllla umiln warfare and agitation agiaton and nl nllujes allu
lujes lu es to the carnival nrnlll of mendacity mendacitynccompanylng mendacitynccomlanln
nccompanylng nccomlanln the proHoer JroIoer agitation agitationAt agiaton agiatonAt
At the end cnt of 1900 190 he says the thecxrltirnent theexrllment
cxrltirnent exrllment hail somewhat sOlewhat subsided be because LecUEe ¬
cause cUEe the worst Inventions Inentlonsthe the cruelty crueltyof cruely cruelyr
r of It the British Brl h troopshad been ex exIxisoil exIJEil
Ixisoil and partly Iarl because ecansc the general generalIntro generl generlIntrouclon
Intro Introuclon luctlon of martial martal law la had hadkcd hnJfhekf
Ins InsHe fhekf < kcd 1 seditious seious writing and speak speakIns speakIng
He thinks that a majority of the theDutih theDulh
Dutih Dulh colonies dont don desire Invasion InvasionDiscussing InvasionIlscuSlnl
Discussing IlscuSlnl the plans of local defense defensejut defcnseIUI
jut In opration op raton ho argues that thlt the thejroveinment thooelnment
jroveinment policy pOlcy should shou 11 be to con consider cansIder ¬
sider the feelings feelngs and Interests of O the
loyalists loaIL ts and thus to retain their loyal loyalty
ty as well we1 ns to disarm Ilarm their enmity enmltand
and to win the confidence conOence of thosewho thosewhoare thoae who whou
are u righting fghlng against alalnst Gerat Gert Britain Drlaln
South Africans Arlnns are sick unto death deathof delth delthot
of Uv lh war he says but are ur prepared preparedto prlparel
to make South Africa Arlca Indisputably one onecountry onecountr
country under one on flag
He le believes ble that fag the young country
fllll I recuperate recuJrate In a few years yeur when tho thowar thowar
war Is over overOn overOS
On OS GOMra GO COMING COMINGWll CDIS0 CDIS0Wi
Wll Wi Vl IIt lt 1nllcil lnl HtatcH tntcH niul RII He Hemain ncInln
main Inln Tor Homo 8010 Tlmo TlmoMavar Thlo ThloUnar
Mavar April Aptl 180en 10en Maximo Go Gomez 00e ¬
mez e l nuking m kjJg arrangements to go to toja
I e I n ja J 8tlltefl Stltes to vlslt 8 Senor n ° Es Esrada <
rada IMms 1 lma He le will wi be b accompanied
1y M His ton trbano lrbano and will wi probably problblY
remdn lnlll0 In the Unlted Pnled Sltes Stes Ullt thc
return elur to Cuba uba of the special ult commit commitIIe commi commiIl
r lauons IIe le desires to wallIn wall
Il i n P arHon In reference to the thet thoar
1 t un ndlent t In order to avoid Inold th thtie thn thn1tlauon
ar 1tlauon that tie trip 111 U made for po poth 0 0rene
renePUfpSes PUfpSes le has alas cx
rhe th rene i Id i aVre a to meet the P people ° ° Ple ol olfjr ofIJr
fjr iV t tnlt nlt gt Utf8 lrs Oni1 to thank them themIn 1CI 1CIn
In lit tUnl e they tendered Cuba CubaWHIMS CubaIs
Is n th th w rhrl Ilht IlhtSpaIn SpaIn Senor lalnR lalnRGen
Gen A onwz f or t I It ItlUIltl
tII nr ot Cuba
lUIltl WHIMS
INUACR IIUIINRD IIUIINRDScliwntzcnkoi BUlsm BUlsmIIJ
IIJ 011 Scliwntzcnkoi S c I IWltlzcnkol1 Hii Hiio RUI11osc11
10 o Haio lun IcrlHhril In It ItA I Ikl
kl JJ 8A A dlsntch dlsntchllnt dlpRtch rom le lep
llnt nt von Waldcrsce cs esempuIs
p rr h burnlnK palace of tllfl tllfljMoyed Iheltr
empuIs whl c was jMoyed by b fire firein
tJ fre frer8t
ltr a wlnJow
r8t 1 u uOUlh OUlh wih wihht
WShit ht Ien in c h w arzenkop n nkop Count von vonMi on onha
ha I e chid ot atar I apears l > ari P Pif to to1
Mi llfe b <
le turning to the thei theiain thefrl
if i ni iain 1 ftfter having escaped escapedtnu
In1c Ioter oter
i
frl I IncenJIarlgni tnu I urll Is I suspected suspectedT uspectet
111SIJS T KSTIJHV Tlms Tim TimHe p pWln
He Wln 1 Sot v ° t Hpund < 1 Siitulny SUmIR Juno 2 2In 2IR
In Halt HRI Lake IDkeff
ngton 111 nSlght modi modid mol
d ff nt nts ott i the ltlnrft Itnerary y of the Iresl IreslSunday Iresl Ireslhm
Sunday hm a rn trip hav been maa maapnt radc radc8I
e wns to httve Ve been bcenvindiruL011 beenIn
hl
8I pnt nt wnl
vindiruL011 nt BaIt TI Lake Lke Cty Clt but It I Is now nowIn nowIn
In t i d tliat the dft be
In ro dtlat > wi Tent TentP0 spent8Hng
8Hng or 0 P0 pOllbl lbly at Glcnwood Glcnwoodnavear Oenwood Oenwoodb
b e and Mrs McKinley McKlnleyand McKinley1M
and navear f I ti1 Ii e d the I Invitation Inlalon of Mi Miiil II IIrlC
1M iil S f enry nr > T Scott Scot of Ban Fran FranIns ran ranInl
Ins rlC ikii Iherr t UX the e latter IRIer home dur durIn duroOne
Inl OtU1f I > In n the Golden Gate city cityof cl
One
of lt iL in Iheot t rehntur fenture of otthe < he launching launchllK launchllKr
r I j t 11 rs Ip Ohio wjl wi b tne tneof th
elntnton of a testimonial teatmonlal to the
resident by the workmen of tho Union Unionron lnlon lnlonIrn
Ircslient Irn ron wdrkfi w rkl where tho Ohio hlo Is 11 build buildng1 buid buidjn
jn ng1
ng1A A short tlmo tme ago them was wn Bmo Bmo81ght nome nomeellnht
workmen workmenunil workmennnl
ellnht conlllct between the
unil 81ght lh UII COIIJct company and for a 1 brief rle time timet t1
nnl t appeared OOIlany to bo possible posilhle thitt 111 n strlUe strlUewhich strl
which Itlwcarel would Interfere with the launch launchUK launchInl
wolllntertoro wih
of the uhlp might occur but the theiroublo thetrouhlo
Inl iroublo UK was tl wnl thlJI adjusted ud usted satisfactorily satsfactoriY and andho anllthl
ho workmen have entered enterd so o enthUHl enthUHlostically enthl81 enthl81611eal
ostically thl Into tho thofplrl iplrlt of tho great greatcelebration Krelt Kreltcelebrton
celebration 611eal which 1 18 to attend Itend thu thuaunchlns thl thlIfunchln
celebrton Ifunchln aunchlns that tlit they the have IUlO nrmnged armed to tonecent to111Evnt
111Evnt necent to the President Iresllent u testimonial testimonialjpon testimonialUl0n
Ul0n jpon their own behalf behalfKlV hehultnJml
KlV A WOJIAX WOJIAXFcrtllnniul WOIAl
nJml lml
Fcrtllnniul l cllnall Krnst lrn t VcilU IWI Mmn Mmner IC Ia oh ohcr
er UiiBlanilor 1 lllallllr at II Vnmy VnmyTails la N JIllce JIllceIDfls
Tails April 18 Madame Iascher IascherKnalundcr Ial her herBntMnler
IDfls Apri
Knalundcr living at Panty has been beenmurdered beenrurdew
BntMnler lving
murdered by Ferdinand I Krnst rnAt because becauseshe hecnUKesho
she rurdew refused refUlell to marry larry cfllnd him Krnst who whowns whl whlWIA
wns WIA born In II Chicago rhlel o and who IH said saidto slll slllto
to bo director dlrectlr of tho Manchester houife houifennd hou e enml
nnd HrltlnU subject then shot himself himselfAll hlmseAl
All Al of Hrllsll the parties were socially socialy promi prominent Iroml IromlI ¬
nent nentThe I nl nlThe
The victim I tlm wns wnl a womin OI1n f inuo inuopendent InlleJHmdont
who whodied whudied
The lm murderer
pendent means fnLfdlrel
died In a mell hospital Idt eft a letter Icte refluent refluentIng
be cremated and andmaking a 11
Ing that thlt Ills hil body bdybe
arrangements for forot teraylng teraylngof
making n mentl
11111 nrranf
Ictlm Ictlmfro
ot tho t funeral funeal expenses expensel of the thefrom
from fro 1 his hil present e clt estate e tate
I r BTii THOHIS A 3fARSINJ 3fARSINJWell UIASINUWII
ll
Informed NntlvpH Ircdlut Tur Turilicr 1lr 1lrI
Well WII Inl rlcl1 rM lIclut
ilicr I Trouble TroublePekln ollh ollhPckln
Pekln April 17Trustwoithy Chinese Chinesereport ChlnEse ChlnEsereport
report that troops In large numbers are arenmHsliiR nromnlslnl
nmHsliiR In the province uf SJian Slan sinear si 81near
near mnlslnl thu frontier of the province of Chi ChiLI ChiL
ronter
LI AVell Informed natives notlV S prophesy prophesyfurther prophesyfurthr
L further We1 trouble Intormet It U I Impossible InpAslble to as ascertain n nrertaln
I
certain whether tho court Is playing a adouble aIloulo
double game gUl0 or Its Is authority authoriY Is Insulll Insulllclent Ilsl1 Ilsl1cent
clent to prevent the thl Chinese Chln M generals generalsacting genernl genernlncln
cent likely to provoke provokehostilities prookhostltel
acting In n manner lkely
ncln hostilities 1 The fact tlct that for or many manymonths lany lanylonth8
months hostltel lonth8 there has hal been nothing nothll In th thshape thshallo
shape of a de facto government favors favorsthe avoro avoroIhe
te
the latter hypothesis hypothesisIrolmblv hYlJthcslsIrobuhly
Irolmblv Inter a great deal will wl depend dependupon depent
1 rreut
upon tho FrancoGerman l rlllcoOerJan expedition xpoHton In Inflicting Infetng ¬
101 flicting n severe sevro defeat lefent upon lon the Chi Chineno Chile
fetng transgressed the ¬
neno o who havo agree agreement ogrcement
ment le wll by entering clltcrlni Into the sphere of ofthe ofthe
the allies If there offenders ofender arc ae thor thorouglilv thoroOUl1
ouglilv OUl1 uliel punished I It Is likely l < ely to produce producea
a good effect effectA
A missionary mlslonar named Klllle Ille Rev e Mr MrKcllcy Mreley
Kcllcy Presbyterian missionary mlnlonr has hasreturned hasletuf
returned letuf eley ll from Hanbo where whEre Christians Christianswere Chrl tnns tnnswere
were burned blniNI to death Ielth In December Mr MrKlllle Mre
Klllle e reports to Gen Chaffco Chafee that some sometime sometme
time ago several of his converts convertf were werekilled wereklel
killed klel tme He II had the guilty persons perlona tried triedIn
In tho Chinese courts where they were wereconvicted wereCOIlotellond
convicted COIlotellond 11 nnd sentenced to death subJect sub
Ject to U LIHtl Hung Changs signature signatureMr
Mr Klllle came to Pekln Pel < ln nnd saw U UHung 11Hung
11 mie
Hung Chang who sold the men should shouldhe shoul
he executed CXlcutol1 Immediately Immellately Upon going goingto olnl
to Snnho three thr e weeks later the mission missionary
ary found fouli the men alive ale He spoke to toa toa
a Judge Jutic of the Chinese Chinse courts on the thematter themnter
matter who thereupon n showed him a aletter nletor
letter mnter from U J t1reup Hung HlnK Chnng giving glvlnl Im Implicit 1mp1cl ¬
letor plicit Instructions that thl the men must mustnot mustnt
not p1cl nt be Ilstluctol executed executel n ni they the had hld only ani been beenconvicted benconvlctel
convicted on the testimony testlnon of Chris Christians hrI8tans ¬
tians consequently consequenty the evidence wns wnsuntrustyorthy I
untrustyorthy tans Mr Ir Klllle Ille has hal a copyof copy I Iof
of this letter letterIn
leter leterIn
In the meantime the French had hadproved I Iprove
proved prove 11 the same men guilty of Incen Incendlnrlsm Incendlarlsm
dlnrlsm and ali other outrages nnd de demanded te temanded ¬
manded their execution executon whereupon the theJudge theJudge
Judge showed his orders onler from rom M Hum HumChang HUIIKhong
Chang Tho French rllch authorities authOlles replied repliedthat relell relellthnt
not executed executedwithin executpilwihin
that If the men mIl were
within wihin cteht elch days las they the would woull take tokl the thelaw thplaw
law Into their own ln hands and punish punishthe
the Chinese officials ofcial A likewise likewiseFATAIJ 1kpwlse 1kpwlsePrAJJ
FATAIJ nOIJlm noiijUic HXHosinx HXHosinxTour JXPJOHIOSPour
Tour People Killed OutiluM Ontlhhl Klx Klxlliully
lliully 111 Wounded WoundedVancouver 111101 111101llicouverH
Vancouver llicouverH H C April Apri ITHy the theexplosion theexplosion
explosion of the boiler boier on the river riversteamer rler rlerstenmer
steamer namona this afternoon nteroon four fourpersons fourperslns
persons were killed kll outilcht outlht and anI six sixothers sixotle1
perslns
others seriously serlou I Injured The dead In Inelude Include
otle1
elude two twowtlen women who were passengers passengerson paSHCIerf
on tho steamer and two deck hands handsOf hlnls hlnlsOf
Of the Injured the purser and the mate matewill matewi
will wi probably proba bl die dieDl
DEAD DEADMrs Dl AD ADMr
Mrs Mr II I Morrison of Fort Iantjley IantjleyU IBlgle IBlgleH
U C CMm Clrl
Mm lrl Halllle of Mount Lehman U C CJohn CJlhn
John Mack deck hnnd hnndHenry hnndHenry
Henry Phlpps l > deck hand handINJURED handIJURED
INJURED INJUREDJohn IJURED IJUREDJohn
John Power purser probably fatally fatallyburned fatal
burned burnedJames burnedJames
James Mnynnrd mate probably probablyburned probnblyburned
burned fatally fatallyGeorge fataly fatalyGeorge
George Knowcll Knowel fireman freman badly badlyburned badlyburned
burned burnedThree burnedThree
Three Indians seriously lerlousl burned burnedCUBAN burnedOU
CUBAN OU AS SITUATION SITUATIONSenators SITUJTIOHcnalorllroclor
Senators Hcnalorllroclor Proctor nnd Cookmll Cookrf1 Con ConfVr CO COfr
fr fVr With IrcMdcnt Irchlcnt nn 01 It ItWashington I IWashington
Washington April 17 Senators Proc Proctor Iroc Iroctor ¬
tor of Vermont and Cod Coclrcl rel I of Mis MisBouri ls lssourl
Bouri bad halun an Important conference with withthe wih wihthe
the President today regarding N1arllnG the sit sitnation Altnlon
nation In Cuba Roth senators scntors have havemade hnvemode
made nlon trips to the Island since the ad adjournment ndJourm ¬
journment Jourm nt Of Congress Congres Senator S nator Cockl Cocklroll Cock1rel
roll rel na a representative rcprcseltatve of the political politicalopposition loltlcll loltlcllOIpoltoli
opposition OIpoltoli In the thelenate Btnatc is held In Inhigh Inhigh
high esteem cltcem by b the President who wns wnsgreatly WIS WISgrenty
greatly Interested today In listening lsteninG to tohi tohil
grenty hi hil views Senators Sentors Proctor and Inll Cock Cockrell
rell agreed substantially sUbstuntnly ns to the con conditions candltons ¬
ditions 111 obtaining on the Island Islnll and andthey alll alllthe
dltons
they the agree as lS to the outcome of the theAlmoit theDOnl
DOnl Rtarrg RtarrgAlmos
Almoit Almos everybody enrbdy remembers renlembe tlic Ile cele celebrated ce1ebrted ¬
brated brted advice 1vce of the London londonllnh Punch To Tothov Tothoe
thov about aout to marry Dlrry Dont DOl There ThereIs
the of the thefeeling thefeclng
Is in that ndvire ad vice expression
feeling feclng of many a mother who wys ry n I Ihope Ihop
hope hop my II daughter daughterwill < aulhter aulhterwi
will wi neer marry marryand 1arroml
and suffer sfer at I Ihave I Ihave
have haveIn haveIn
In ninetyeight ninetyeightc rllld eight eightcl
c cl net esl in every hun hundred hundrel ¬
dred drel theres no noneed noneed
need for or this tlil suf suffering sufferng ¬
fering ferng Doctor DoctorPicrces DoctorIicrces
Picrces Favorite FavoritePrescription F4orte F4ortePresrption
Prescription Presrption cures curesthe curesthe
the womanly dis diseases dlscas ¬
eases cas which cause causewifely caus
wifely wifey misery It Itdries I
dries drcs enfcehlinp enfcehlinpdrains encehlnK
drains Irllns licali in infiammation Infammatlon
fiammation fammatlon and andulceration andulcertion
ulceration ulcertion and andcures andcres
cures cres female femaleweakness femaleweakner
weakness weakner It 1 in invigorates InIgomtes ¬
vigorates the thewomanly th thwomanly
womanly orran orranIsm ornIsm
Ism tranquilizcs tranquilizcsthe Imnquiius ImnquiiusUle
the nenes llenes and andgives nndRives
gives the mother motherttrcnctli 101ier 101ierstrength
strength to give giveher
her children childrenDo chlMrenD gvc gvcher
Do D not allow alow an imscrupulouj dealer dealerlo
lo tsll lel yon rOl spnietbni smebilJ in place plc of 1 Fa Fatonte Faorle
tonte orle Prescription I claimed imed tobcHjust tobcHjustas to b just justI
as I good There Ther is nothing just u a good goodfdr gol golr
fdr r r women wOn en as a Favorite FIrte Prescription Presrpton PresrptonI
1 am 1 to 1 plt r1tut fd with lh vour or Initrucilotn Inltrclou I Ih Ihadlk
h hadlk nllyktiow ow bat bt thickn thuk ght Ihr jou 01 for lour yout youtUml
Uml fcvor Jn write rUn Mr r Xlilo Mio Hiram leal of fat fatSt a
St 10011 51 Tborai ThOa Co C C Ga You 0 on en puUi pu1Hb < h inr few fetrtitltmtnt fewtttn1t
titltmtnt tttn1t to the rorl orj btplce bq > ln Mi H tufitrloic tufitrloicwomen lultiol
women will know k01 end b htilfd htll IiufTttcdio IiufTttcdiomuch I IltrlO IltrlOPuch
much Puch ivith XC1 rrral pilot pshl la ray tack bck In n4 the thelower Ibelwer
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effects efects of the thl well el known Imoln remedy relel relel1lU
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tlvo tlo prlnciplus of plants known UOII to bo boincdlcltully 110Icl1clllly
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them thmlil in thu thl form forlll most t rufiubhini rofmb lJro lili to thu thutustu thotnstu
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to overcome Oorcolo Inmtiiat Imbltlnl constipation cOI Uatln per permanently permancnty ¬
manently mancnty Its It perfect freedom Crccdol from fromevery froI
every eVcr objectionable ohj etollalu quality qual nnd nlil sub substance 611 ¬
stance nnd 111 its ls nctltiL acll on 01 tlm kidneys kidneysliver
liver lver nnd tll bowels Ilwels without weakening weakeningor nl < elllnl
or Irritating Iritntul tlicin thCl mnlio molo it i tlio ideal ideallaxative Ilcal Ilcalllxa
laxative laxativeIn llxa t ve veIn
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nro used ns they the nro 110 iiletisunt 11eDllt to tho thotaste thota
taste ta te butthomediulnalquulitleRof vut the redlelnn qmltlcRof the tlioremedy theremedy
remedy aro obtained ulalncd from fro II Ecnna 8ellla and andoilier anllother
oilier aromullc plants pllni by h > n I method methodlaiown methOl methOlImowD
laiown to t tbo OAUFOIIXIA OAIIOIA lio 11 Syiiui SyiiuiCo
Co only oul In order to pet Its It beneficial beneficialeffects tlnelclal tlnelclalefects
effects efects ntid ntlt tu avoid Ivold imitations Imlatolls re please plcasaromembertho pleaseremem1erthe
romembertho full nnmeof UioCompanyriutod
remem1erthe ful namolf UioCompany IhlCompanyprlutld
prlutld riutod on tbo front of every package packageCALIFORNIA pacI IIe IIeCAIIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO COBAN COBAN
BAN FRANCISCO FRNCISCO CAL CALLOUISVILLE CALLOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE KT NEW NW YORK N T TIornMo YII0r
IornMo II0r sle bj b111 nil Drtirclita Jru lsllrlccl IrlceMc par r tottlo tottlopending btte bttepenllnl
pending penllnl negotiations negotlatonl with wih the Cubans CubansTheir CubansTheir
Their Views as to the conditions conlltons already Ilred Ilredhave
have been beel glen SIcI to the public publicSenator IlubJc IlubJc8elator
Senator 8elator Cockrell Cockrel told tld the President Presidentthat Presillentthlt
that thlt In his opinion oplnlol the Cubans would wouldaccept oul oulacceJ
accept acceJ the terms of the Platt llal amend amendment ur end endIlent ¬
ment Ilent In tho end After Ator the commis commission cOllnls cOllnlsslon ¬
sion appoint Ippolnt to visit Washington Washlnlton un understands undertands ¬
derstands dertands the HltUHtlon Hluuton he thinks there therewill
will 1 be b no 1 other alternative alterltle open to tothem tothlm
them thlm In this thl view Senator Sentor Proctor Proctorconcurs Proctorconrurs
concurs concursThe conrurshe
The he Cubans said Senator S < nator Cockrell Cockrellapparently Cockrel
apparently uparent do 10 not fully fuly grasp their theirstatus theirslatus
status They The are not now n govern government overn overnmEnt ¬
ment mEnt They The have no power ower to treat treatdiplomatically If nt ntlplomutllall
diplomatically lplomutllall with wih the United Unied States StatesThe StlteR StlteRThe
The prerent Ircrent constitutional constutonaleoliventleH convention conventionwas
was called calrd Into being hen through our ouragency ouragency
agency It I only has power to submit to tothe toIhe
the United LII 11 Blntes for approval apNOul a plan planor
or constitution COIHlltlton for ur a representative representativegovernment Iellesenttve Iellesenttverovernment
government rovernment If I we 1 reject It I outright outrightthe outrlFht outrlFhtIh
the Ih existing eIRtng status continues contnues They The can cando
do nothing nolhlll But If the modlUcatloni modlUcatloniand modlUca1on9 modlUca1on9nnd
and condition cOlldllonn which we propose nro nroaccepted lre lreurreptel
accepted urreptel then they can proceed to or organize orlllze ¬
ganize lllze n representative government governmentIntll 1ernlcnt 1ernlcntInll
Intll Inll such a I govcinment gwelment N I Organized Organizedthe 1ranlz t
the th troops of the th United Unlel Slates In my myopinion lY lYopinion
opinion cannot be le withdrawn I um umflimly 1m 1mnlmly
flimly nlmly convinced conllncel that thlt the convention conventionafter conventon conventonuter
after uter It hears hearl the repoit repolt of the cominlssli com cornmllsir
inlssli mllsir n which It I tins sent here will wi ac accept acccpt ¬
cept the Plait amendment amendmentIt
l n1wlr It P Hnlhwcl Itiitlnvcll Demi DemiNew Inll InllNel
New Nel York April prl 11 1 IllcJmrd n hnfl Pennc Penncfather Peonefnther
father Uothwcll Holhwel Is dead at his hil home In Inthis Inthis
this city cl AR A n mining engineer of dis distinction dlstincton ¬
tinction tincton In his profession profesion and as a aJournalist ajournalPt
Journalist journalPt few men In his generation generationhave Keneralon Keneralonha
have ha equaled Mr 1 Hothwells Hothwels services servicesIn HCvICs HCvICsIn
In the cause of Industrial Illustral science He Hewas Il
was as born at lt Ingcrsoll Ingersol Out Canada CanadaMay CnnadnIoy
May 1 1837 1837After 1837Ater
After Ater h iprllmlnary preliminary education educuton In this thiscountry thiscountr
country ho took tooknthr n three e years rear course courseat
at thi th Imperial Irl1ernl School of Mines lnos at at1arls atar1s
1arls ar1s France rance and In 1861 entered the themining therlnlng
mining rlnlng academy Icad m at Freiberg I Saxony SaxonyUUIINING 8Ixon 8IxonnUnSISG
UUIINING OK 01 TllK TI SAALK SAALKTow SLITow
Tow Ilout BOlt Commltteo COlmlteo Ioiicrnu 1 lncrlteM > Hru HruMen 111 <
Men tOi from fOI All 1 Illume IllumeNew 1111 1111New
New York April pl 18 A committee comllliteo ol olthe ofthe
the Tow Boat association aeoclaton of this city cityhas cityhns
has just made a report to the main Ilalli body bodyof bodyof
of an Investigation Investgaton the committee commitee made madeInto madeInto
Into certain charges chareei which were 1lf circu circulated clrcuIntell ¬
lated shortly short after ater the steamship ptelmshll fire al alHoboltcn atHohollen
Hoboltcn In June last to the effect efect that thatthe thatthe
the tow boat men len or VI tug tu men of If thU thUport thl8port
port neglected to save llfe lfe In that the theships theshls
ships Banle Baiie Bremen and Main fl1n were wer not notpromptly notIlromlt
promptly Ilromlt towed from their piers Ilers nnd the thetug thetUli
tug refused refl8ell request to render assist assistance lslet lsletInro ¬
ance tUli Inro unless they the were paid und refused refusedto reused
to heed the appeals tlJpeals of thoea thOo In the thewater thewater
water waterThe waterhe
The he committee commitee In Its Is report says II IIwns Itns
wns ns Impossible tor the tugs tlgR to toveither tow toweither
either the Saalc or the Hremen Breme from the thepiers thepierI
piers pierI nt which they the lay on account ol olthe ofthe
the flames fa I t9 nnd nnl that the tiiRS devoted devotedtheir deotetheir <
their energy eMr to saving life le on these theseships theseshipe
ships The report snys snYI that nt pier No
2 lay tho Main and anI the Kaiser Wllhelm Wllhelmdcr Wlhehn Wlhehnder
dcr Grosse and that Copt Mullcr 1ulor thesuperintendent the thoIup
superintendent rlntendent directed Ilrrtcd all a1 tugs tl s tti tticome tocome
Iup come to his assistance and save slve the thelatter tholater
latter ship the Main bcInR helnf ablaze abllzo at atthat atthat
later that time The Thl charges chlres against u nhlt the thetug thetug
tug men ren tme were made rnlle by the maritime maritimecourt maritme maritmecourt
court at Bremcrhavon rererhaven and the commit committee
tee Kays IYA It believes bele the decision of this thiscourt thiscourt
court founded fOlnded as fR It was on ex pnrtc pnrtctestimony Imrtetestmony
testimony testmony to be entirely erroneous errneoUs and andof Ilid Ilidot
of no account Iceount or value valueThe valueTho
The report winds up with n great greatmany greatmany
many Instances In which tugs tlg were wer ol oltreat ofgreat
treat assistance In gavlng life lifeA lte lteA
A MUUDHUnH IHmJI MANS HI2MA1NS HI2MA1NSPound m ISS ISSFOlld
Pound FOlld Hidden 111Icn Duller Ulllr a IiftlRO 1 htO near neniUon
Uon UonLoa 101 101la
Loa April AprI15hnrlts 15Charles Mulford while whileout hl hlout
out hunting huntng for horses last lastSaturdar lastSaturdarfound Saturday Saturdayfound
found the remains of an In unknown man manwith manwith
with his head severed eeveret from trai hil his body bodylie bod bodle
lie was thrown under n ledge led e with wih his hlabend histlcall
bend le thrown under first tlrt and hi his body bodyon bodyon
on top of It and his denim tent on the thetody th
tody completely hiding It I und unl thencedar then Ihencedar
cedar boughs covering the tent tlnt From Fromthe rom romthe
the appearance of the body bod It I looked lookedns lookedni
ns ni If It might have been there for two twoyears twoens
years ens I I The Mesh lesh had hd fallen falen Off ot his face faceleaving tacelenvlng
leaving still sti on the head heatlhc the hair hflr which whichuppiatcd whichIJJi
uppiatcd to be about an Inch and ant a I hall hallIn hlfIn
IJJi In length aiel He had on on three thNo shirts shirts all allof al
of which seemed slled to he as perfect as asthe asthe
the day da they were put on onThe onhe
The he body bod wns not removed ncndlng ncndlngthe Icndln Icndlnthe
the arrival nrlvnl of the coroner c rOlle I and 111 the thesheriff theIherlf
sheriff Iherlf There ore several theories ns nsto IS ISto
to how hOI he met hla untimely untmely death One OneIs OneIs
Is to the effect efect that he h was n p J > spector spectorand peClorand
and had n partner p1tnerj that the they foil out outand outand
and the murder mlrlter followed tolowet Others Other sur surmise surmIo ¬
mise mIo that It I Jnck Rains 1aln who lo shot a aMexican I
Mexican near nar the Htnry mountains mountainssome moultlind moultlindlame
some three or four years elr ago agoA g gA
A Hhoollng Rhloln6 nt ft Gem GCI Ills IllsWallace II
Wallace Walace Ida Ia April 17 Gem was wal the thescene thoIcene
scene of wild wlt excitement exciement for a couple coupleof coupleothouf
of othouf hours this morning Coroner Corner Mason Masonhad la8onhad
had Just resumed taking testimony te tmony on onthe onthc
the body bod of lt George Klshcr who wag wagmurdered walmurderd
murdered murderd Sunday when an announce announcement Innounce Innouncement ¬
ment that thlt a I man was 1 on the th street streetlooking streetlooktng
looking for some one to kill ki caused an anImmediate anImmedlale
Immediate adjournment adjournmentIn
In the street Itreet Deputy Sheriff Sherif Hicks Hickshad 1ck 1ckhnll
had a I Winchester nnd Inll slid Robert RobertDranlcy Hibert HibertUranle
Dranlcy and others other had ht threatened threlcnet to tohang tohan
hang han him and he wan 1 looking for them themWhile themWhie
While Whie looking down the street Iree be saw sawa IW
1 a man named Wallace Walace In an In upper upperstory Ulper Ulperstor
story stor window trying Irylnl t shoot phlot him himHicks himHcl
Hicks Hcl backed against a bultJIng bllding and anddrew anddre
dre drew peared his rifle tlfe when Wallacedisap Wallacedisappeared Walacedlap Walacedlappeucd J > ¬
INSURGENTS INSURGENTSATJnCKBnY INSURaENTAT
ATJnCKBnY ATJnCKBnYI AT QK BAY BAYo BAYSiuated
I
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Situated Siuated in Laguna lagu Bay Province ProvinceNear I
Nc Ncj Ncni Near Manila ManilaWERE j ni niWEnE
WERE QUICKLY QUOKLY i HBlULSED HBlULSEDCnplurcd UEPULSEDi UEPULSEDUhltehn
Uhltehn Cnplurcd Rllret lriiiil rlliaell pil lie lieVlimi I Ilnll
lnll Vlimi hol Ipilniililo rIIIIU Vu4 Vu4HvlCHkClIt 1 1Mania
HvlCHkClIt HvlCHkClItManila
Manila Mania April prl IS ISFly Fifty Insurgent Insurgentriflemen Inslrselit Inslrselitriemen
riflemen riemen attacked the town tOln of Hay 1ay on onliny n nInr
liny Inr Luke ID 11 Lagumt laglll province south southeast southcnlt ¬
east of Manila Innll Tim 1ho insurgents Insrgenll were werequickly weroqUlc
quickly routed routedMont
qUlc < routld routldIlolt
Mont Ilolt Wllllnm Wilam 3 Nlpes Nljel of o tlm Ihl Thirty Thirtysecond hlrtysecond
second volunteer volultlt ihfaiitry tn ht has captured captureda clPtured clPtureda
a bearer of dispatches dl pnt h fiVim from the Insur Insurgent InsUrgent ¬
gent Gen Norlel to Hen UI Malvar hlhu Nor Norrel Norrei
rel directed dreclet MalVarnot Malhtrrol to surrender surrendersaying furrelillcrsaying
saying he would send il1 him hll 2000 200 recruits recruitsmoney t orull orullrone
money rone and anl ammilnliloit amm nloll when Agulnal Agulnaldo Jlulnal Jlulnaldo
do was released r lel ed N6Hcl N Hclslcleedcd succeeded Trias TriasIn
In southern Luzon LuzonAt IUZfl
At a < meeting meetng of i clergymen c rn n held heMin heMinlnnII in inManila
Manila lnnII at which jjiubop Ib li Warren prf prfelded pr prsided <
sided strong protcstH protlstH uero made against againstthe n aln t tthe
the opening of cookpit CocJ pi H I In Manila llnla llnlabURIIIC The Thebusiness
business 9 men of tho city ciy have ha also lo ob objected obJected ¬
jected on tlio samd sll lines linesTho > s srho
Tho trial of Lieut Frederick lloyer lloyercharged Uoyercharged
charged with wih tho embezzlement embzzl ment of com commissary comII ¬
missary II sll stores will wULlc be continued contnued next nextMonday
I
Monday MondayTho Ionda IondaThe
The trial of the clvlllnn civian named nalell FIel6h FIel6hcr Flet h her
cr accused acclsed of the unlawful urlawful conversion conversionof conerslon conerslonof
of commissary nt6re tt6r which was wa held heldbefore heldbeoru
before the provost provostcourt court today exposed exposeda
a a plot to obtain commissary supplies suppliesand supple suppleand
and to sell 8el them to the hotels nnd ld mer merchants merchants ¬
chants of Manila ManilaIrle Ianll
Irle Urll Uens James I Ii Wade and Wil William WI ¬
liam lam Ludlow Ludlol have nrrhcd here Gen GenWnde GenWalle
Wnde will wil succeed lueceed Urlg den Gln John C CIlatea CUates
Ilatea In command cmmand of the departmenl departmenlof
of southern Luzon Urlg Urll Gem Oel Hates HatesIlobert natesHobert
Ilobert II I Hall Jal and Fiadcrlck lalerlck D Gram Gramwill Grnt Grntwi
will wi return reurn to tho United Unled States StatesMACARTHUH Stltes StltesMACAlTJUn
MACARTHUH MACAlTJUn INVESTIGATING INVESTIGATINGWashington NVI < TIATING TIATINGWahlnlton
Washington Wahlnlton April Allrl 17 17cn Ion MncAr MncArthur MacArthlr
thur thlr Is supposed 81Pllosel to bo making a care careful cnretullnveAI ¬
ful tullnveAI Investigation ntoli Into tin tw conditions ul11018 li lithe In Inthe
the commissary department at Munllc Munllcand MUlila MUlilaand
and probably Is wlthholdng wlhholdn a renponst renponstto
to the departments itimest 1tIIPt for Infor Information ifor iformltlon ¬
mation mltlon until untl he Is In possession of nl nltho al
tho facts factsThe factl
The arrests arests at Manila In connectlor connectlorwith
Mnnln connecton connectonwih
with wih the alleged aleod commissary fraud fraudform fmul19form
form the principal Ilrlncpal topic of dlscufsloi dlscufsloiamong dlsCUIslll
among army urll ofeer olllcers here It I may mi b bnoted he henotel <
noted that the opinion Is general gelcral thai thaithe thalthe
the frauds will wi be found to have beer beerconfined beenconfled
confined confled to one or two volunteer olll olllcers of
cers cer nnd some BOle of the nonccmmts nonccmmtsslotted IIcon11Ia IIcon11Iaslonel
slotted slonel force The officers ofcers hero are qulti qultisure qulo quloBUII
sure BUII that none of tho regulars wll wllcome wi
come out of the Investigation Investh nlon with wih tar tarnlshfd tarnlshel
nlshfd nlshel reputations relutatonl and anI the most the theare theare
are prepared preparel to admit Is that pome Iome o othe at atthp
the regular rClllar olllcers otcers of the department depnrtmennmv departmentIIV
nmv IIV have been guilty ulty of pver ver confldenci confldenciand confence confenceanll
and have leaned upon unworthy sup supports IUP IUPpOtts
ports portsMnJ
MnJ George Oeor e H Davis Da1 today receive receivea
a 1 reply to t his messagecabled me lge cnblel to Col ColM Coloodrut
M oodrut > odrtiffnt < < nranla Manila expressing elirc8In hla 111 wll wllllngness 1
llngness In ness to tl start for Manila Ianla on the firs firsavailable frst frstnulable
available nulable tiansport t1n port to face the charge chargethat clHleS clHleSthat
that have hnve been brought brotllt against him himCol himCol
Col Woodruffs Woodrufs reply was an In nssuranci nssurancithat alsurancethat
that such a step Is not 10t necwnry neCunry I IIB I
IB believed helrpd that If the affair atalr was of an angreat angfat
great gravity Iralt CoL WooSiuft WOO lur would no nohave not nothne
have advised Idvls d against MnJ n Davis DIls de departure departure
parture for the scene of the nllegei nllegeifrauds alelel aleleltrluls
frauds trluls even though Iholch the Intters IRters hualt hualtis healh healhIs
is not very er good goot at present presentTROUIIM preent preentTnoJII
TROUIIM TnoJII IN ISIWHM ISIWHMnrloul KOIIKA KOIIKAVarious
Various nrloul Ministers lnlster Arrested for Con CoivHplrncy ConRllrnc
Hplrncy Rllrnc nnd RI1 Punished PunishedSt Innlshel InnlshelSt
St Petersburg April Apri 17 17NewI Newn hai haibeen hnsbeen
been received here from tromSeoul Seoul Korea Koreato Korcl
to the effect efcct that the Korean orean mlnlstci mlnlstciof miniter miniterof
of Justice Kl 11 Ion Ho 10 was arrested arrcsteiAptII arrestedApll
AptII Apll 2nd for IJartklpnton participation In n I conplmc con conpiracy
piracy against the empress cn1press of o Korea Korealie Korel
lie named various vrious high olflclals as ac accomplices accomplces
complices complces In the plot He le was WII con condemlned canlIemlned
demlned to death April Apri 5th lthJ and the as asslstant asslslant
slstant minister of o the 11 Korean court couriwas courtwal
was wal sentenced to fifteen ffeen years rear hnr hnrlabor hartllahar <
labor The other Implicated Implcated ofllcluli ofllcluliweie ofcluls ofclulswele
weie acquitted acquittedTHU aClulcl
THU 1 WON TltAllU TltAllUV8 IIAUE IIAUEU
V8 U S Strcl 8trcl Company to o bo Uuliet luliled lij lijStandard h htHanllarl1
Standard Oil 01 Irlnolilicl IrlnoliliclNew Principles PrinciplesNew
New York April pr1 17 17Tl Tlie e Iron Irn Ag Agtoday ge getola <
today tola says saysBy sasD
By D many man In the Iron trade the an announcetnent 11 11Siouncerelit
nouncetnent Siouncerelit of the low lo prices for or orIs Olo OloI
Is I now IOW Interpreted In tcrlreted us 18 proof prof of the facl faclthat tlct tlctthat
that Standard Htanlnrl Oil Oi principles are U UKUldc to toJulle
KUldc Julle thd management of the Unltci UnltciStates lnled lnledHtltcs
States Htltcs Steel coipnrutlon cOlpOraton As s one aie oi oithe ot otthe
the brightest sale mtnaKcrs of one con constituent consttuClt ¬
stituent sttuClt concern puts It I those princi principles IJrlnel1les ¬
ples may be summarized lummurlzcd briefly brieflyHotter hrleHyleler
Hotter leler service ferlce improved Irpr d tlualy < uallty nnd nndlower Ind Indlower
lower prices pricesThis pricesThis
This so far as IS the Ust named arc arcconcerned oreconcerel
concerned concerel would be bftaklng bt lklng with the thetraditions thotraditons
traditions traditons of quite a number nUilblr of loaden loadenIn leader
In the Iron Industry whohave whq JIIVe believed believedIn belccll belccllIn
In making rallng the best ot ihe opportunity opportunityof llportunly llportunlyof
of the moment mor nt A Hurry lurr has beer beercreated beencreated
created by b the throat tht < lt of the Amalga Amalgamated malfl ¬
mated Iltel association assoclatun 10 o force fore a light or orthe al
the recognition rccolnllon of the upton UJ In the sheet sheetmills sheetmis
mills It Is pretty IHt certain ler r aln however howeverthat howeverthlt
that mis thlt the I meeting meetng wouldbe wouhJ I adjusted adjustedThe hJUtet
The markets continue contnue Mrong trongbut but us usIs 1
Is natural have ha uulotoJ down dql name namewhat Ioml
what wha In pig pll Iron nficr the long long period periodof
of activity actviy Hi lfwrls ports of o largo llrgo sales oi oibcRscmer ofbessemer
bessemer pig III In the tht central Weal arc arcuntrue arountrue
untrue but blt nn tho other ot er hand hlnd then thenJoes theretoe
Joes not appear any antolldaton foundation for the thereports thef
reports toe > ports of weakness as the thl result of the thelowering thelowernr
f lowering of the price of lake ores The Thesteel he hesleel
lowernr
steel market li rather dull dul chiefly chien be because Lecause
cause while whie the demand Is restricted restrictedthe Nltrletcl Nltrletcltle
the supply Is even narrower nnd premi premiums premlUIS ¬
ums tle UIS suppl are still sll paid for torpromlt prompt delivery deliveryIn deller dellerIn
In all branches of the finished Ilbhed trade tradethe tradethe
al
the repoits repolS of heavy hea deliveries te1erles con continue conIIU ¬
tinue IIU < nnd Rnl there therl Is evidence evlllelce that a good gooddeal goodMal
deal of new work ork Is being beln > taken The Thesteel Thesteel
steel rail rai maikers marker report repot somewhat ol ola ofrcvlal
a revival rcvlal In orders In the Kant l at about aboutREADY nboutREADY
READY COOKED FOOD FOODA FOODtrA
A trA lr l Ciiinrnlrnrn tlrnlrnr for llnnif llnnifT one rrrr rrrrTwo
T Two o young oung ladles In a I certain city ciy are arecrnploed areemplocli
crnploed down town nnd Ind rent a bmnll bmnlllint tmal
lint HFt where they the do light Iht housekeeping housekeepingFrequently housekeeplf
Frequently Jrequentl they HIe nre Invited Invied out Olt even evenIne Cvrn CvrnIngs
Ine and 811 the subject of meals reals I a pur purrltr puzzler
rltr rltrOf Of late latl they tle have solved Boh the problem problemby prblem prblembl
by keeping somo nice rich milk mik or orcrvam orClam
crvam Clam bl convenient and a package of dry drycrisp lr lrcrip
drapeNuts nearby nearbyIn
crisp crip nlrby nlrbyIn
In thirty tbrt seconds the meal ls ready readyami rendInll
ami Inll It Is a most I fascinating fallnaUnl meal rlal too toofor tootor
for the I creamy crear tast4 tatl blends bhnl5 with wltl the thepeculiar theI
peculiar I fula delicate delr te sweet sw et of the grape grapesugar IWlpesugar
sugar In the drapeNuts OrpeNul8 producing a anewtobeforcottenllavor anenrtobetorlolendilvor
newtobeforcottenllavor nenrtobetorlolendilvor The sus sustaining UI UItalnlnl ¬
taining power pwer of the Ihl food fo Is g sufficient sufficientto lufctnl lufctnlto
to keep k ep ono well wel nourished nonrlbt l > ven when a asmall aImlllmount
small Imlllmount amount Is used
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THE SALE OF FINE SilKS SilKSUP
I UP TO 225 A AI XARD i QUALTIES10Q QUALTIES10Qi
c r FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SATURDAYTwo SA TURDA Y 11 11Two
Two last l st days and not in a year will wil you YOl have such slch another chance The silks siks are aresuperb aresuperb
superb in fabric and design every piece new and not within a radius of many hundreds hundredsof
of miles mies will wil you find such a complete stock stocl to choose choo from The variety is enormous enormousthere
there being scarcely any duplicate duplcate pieces and an 1 the spring hardly parted from enormOlS enormOlSthele winter win tel as asyet asyet
yet nearly all al the kinds of the season are still stil here hereFOULARDS hereFOU
FOULARDS FOU LARDS Twilled Twiled Liberty Panne and Satin Foulards that are regularly regulaly priced
1 150 50 1 165 65 175 175 1 190 90 200 and 225 a yard 1OO A YARD YARDWAIST YARDW
WAIST W AI8T SILKSLouisines Peau de Cygnes Satin Pannes Taffetas Mirror Soleils Soleilsand Sol
and others that sell sel for fa I 150 165 175 175 185 185 and 200 all al one price at atA is isahd
100 A YARD YARDCome YARDCome
Come Friday and Saturday when an elegant dress or waist may be selected at a atrifling atrifling
trifling price pri e After Afer that they will wil return retlrrf to to regular prices 1 150 50 to 225 silkslOO
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j y f 150 150 to 550 Corsets95c Corsets 95c j jFRIDAY t ty
y FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SATURDAYTor
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In stock that U not the straight strh ht front Those not noting notcoing
For any corset eorsQtlW itrlctly now modish und those I who nt really rcnl prefer Ire fer the regulation reulatrJi klntla klntlahMit Itnia Itnialhout
ing for the
coing Itrlcty It takes minanv minanvof
gladly
hMit cores will receive rec lve this bit bi of news newl glaely
lhout wIl desirable makes BO well known to all women Drab Drabwhit Dr b bI
of he old relable el able nnd mlkes 10 wel al
whit I nnd I black I I all II sizes e JUO SI uo I to 1550 5 cor O 1fc 1fcset 5e
set
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FUIDAY FHDAY AND SATURDAY SATUtY y j jThree 1 Ij I I II IThree
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Three groups grolps of particularly p tcularh attractive attractivebargains utrnelVI utrnelVIbargalnR
cleaners should take takenotice
bargains House 10lse sholld I Inotce
notice and act promptly It I theres a aneed a aneed
notce Int
need In any on of the three lots lotsA lotl lotlA
A group made Iarle up lP of muslin muslll curtains curtainsIn
In values grouJ up to 223 n pair ail a 1 few gren grenadines grenadlnes ¬
adines up to NOO OO and Ullsol some snowllakeH snowllakeHto
to J3DO 300 all one priced for a 1 quick clear clearonce clearance
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once while whie thcy last at a I C < c 1 Aft Aftpair 00 uv uvCollection
pair pnlrColecton
Collection of Cretonnes Denims DenimsTickings DcnlmsTlcklnKs
Tickings Colecton Lace Stripe Muslins Iuslns figured figuredqnd f ured uredIntl
qnd colored curtain lawns Inwns and sateens sateensall ateensi
Intl
i all al desirable deslrlble drapery stuffs stufs In 11 17 I7f I7fvalues e
I values luej up tQ 30o a yard nrJ for forJust torI torJust
Just fourteen Wilton Wion rugs In 11 Orien Oriental Orlental ¬
tal designs nnd size 36xC3 36xG Inches 1300 S3o
nnl
r neth 5165 5165xxxjrM 165 165NIGHT
xxxjrM Xx x xNIGHT
NIGHT DRESSES DRESSESI i iy
y y yFnDAY
I FRIDAY FnDAY AND SATUUDAY SATUUDAYJust SATUtAY SATUtAYv
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Just n few more than good Jood stock stockkeeping stoclekeplng
keeping permits permit In 11 these grades Iradls so a atwo atwo
two days stock Itock reduction snlc Wo Womens Woomens
mens fine tne muslin ruslhl and cambric eowns eownsno lowns lownsno
no less le s than twelve different dltcrent styles to tochoope tochoole
choope choole from prettily pretiy Ince or embroidery embroiderytrimmed embroiderytrlmmet
trimmed trlmmet some quite dainty tallity Instead Insteadof
of JUO and n U5 75 01 7C 7Ceach
each c pI4rO pI4rONearsilk 125 125Nearsik
Nearsilk Nearsik Petticoats PetticoatsWomens Petioats PetioatsWOl
Womens WOl ns petticoats petcoats made of black blacknnd hlackand
and white whie striped noarslllt nearlc accordion accordionmine accordionrume
mine finished with wih narrow ruchlng ruchlnga
a J200 200 quality qualt fully tul worth worthJ200 95 C
65000 6500 tons were wer placed while whie n western westernesllnmte weuterneltllnte
esllnmte eltllnte whole country countryIn Is Ii fully lul 100000 10000 tons for the thewhole thewhole
In other directions directons too there Is n nsomewhat nsomewhat
somewhat larger largerlleland demand from the rail railtoads rai
toads Somo 8010 good blocks of railroad railroadbridge rnlroud rnlroudbrldg
bridge work havp hn been recently recent taken takenincluding lakenInclutln
including Inclutln orders ordes for the Mexican Gen Central Gentrnl ¬
tral for the New York Ontario OntarioWestern Ontlrlo OntlrloWestern
Western the Nickel Nikel Plate and aUI for or the thePennsylvania tholeUI8lvanla
Pennsylvania leUI8lvanla railroad rlr The American AmericanUrtdKC merlcanUrtdgl
UrtdKC Urtdgl company has also taken an or order ordlr ¬
der for 6000 60 tons of bridge work for forCuba torCuba
Cuba The activity Ictvl In bulldlnp buiding large largestructures largeatructlre
structures atructlre in the leading cities cltll8 nnd In Inmanufacturing Inrnnulcturln
manufacturing rnnulcturln buildings bulllnls continues contnues un unatmteil unalmted
atmteil and nnl In the tl aggregate Iggreglt the ton tonnuge tonnuge
nuge Is I very Ir InnJe InnJeFrom InIW InIW1rom
From Chicago comes the report of ofpome otrmo
pome rmo very large sales of bars to tho thomanufacturers thomanufacturer
manufacturers manufacturer of ngrl alrlCllufl uulturnl Imple Implements hnplements ¬
ments for forward trrh delivery the quan quantity quantty ¬
tity tty Involved being 60WO 50 tons tonl The TheHtnnllcr ThoHlalcr
Htnnllcr Hlalcr concerns concfs aro 110 expected lxpecled to fol follow tallo ¬
low lo and to swll 8w 1 the total As nn In Indi Indication ¬ I Icaton
cation caton of the condition condllonl of affaire afairs In the theplate thepinto
plate trade the thetict fact Is 11 noted that the theChicago theChcalo
Chicago Chcalo mills miA art aN delivering along tho thoAtlantic thoAtllnto
Atlantic Atllnto coast and In > New Kngland KnglandAltCIIDUKU Jngland I I1ICIIUU
AltCIIDUKU 1ICIIUU rilANCIS TAMCS TAMCSWilling TAIIS TAIISWllnj
Willing Wllnj to Comlmt COll hit All Al Kffnrtfl 11 11routcil J
routcil Against KIII t Cniliollclmn CniliollclmnVienna CRlhulclll CRlhulclllVienna
Vienna April Allrl1Wlen 15 When accepting acceptng the thepatronage thnpatroMle
patronage patroMle of the Austrian Au trlan Catholic Catholicschool Catholc Catholcchooll
school chooll association nsoclalon yesterday Arch Archduke Arh ArhIuke ¬
duke Francis Frnrlcs the heir apparent npPIint caused causeda cnuse
a sensation pen aton by delivering delvcrln a speech In Inthe Inthe
the course of which he declared that thathe thathe
he would willingly wlinly assist uslt In combat combatting combatunl ¬
ting unl oil 01 efforts eforli directed tlrtl toward towtrd Injur Injuring InjurIn ¬
ing In the th Catholic CathQlc religion relgion and disinte disintegrating dlslntojrltnl ¬
grating the Austrian A u trlaRfJwlr empire empireThe
jrltnl The radicals tllciis Interpret Intlflrt the speech as asan UIan
an attack ntnck on Protestantism ProtstantuJ nnd lnl the thearchdukes theahukes
archdukes ahukes Incursion Incur lon Into politics poltics Is he ex expected ¬
pected to lead lent to stormy debates In tho thorelchsrath th I Irelchaath
relchsrath relchsrathMacedonian relchaath relchaathIRcclnIIRI
Macedonian IRcclnIIRI Con Coljrell rr In II Kcsslon KcsslonBofla Hcnlon10n
Bofla 10n April Atllhe IS The Macedonian Macelonlan con conIIM
IIM 488 met yesterday esterda to elect officers officersThe onc r
The Tht credontlalo committee C lnJnltte Is now nol sit sitUn
Un 111 The Indications l dl < atons are nrt that thlt the thefaclflo Ihejnlfe
congress faclflo jnlfe element elemert pivdomlnatcs i1omlnate In the thecongress thecnirell
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FRIDAY FnDAY AND SATtRDAY SATtRDAYWomens SATtRDAYv SATtRDAYWorenK
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Womens WorenK uprlng weight wel ht cotton union unionsuits unlol unlolsuis
suits suis gray ry color only und sizes 3 and
4 Instead Ilsteld of We two twodujB 35e
dujB dl8 i iWomens
Womens high neck long ulcevo ulcevovcHls Ieavovesl
vcHls ueru cru cotton coton drawers drwers to match matchInstead matchII
Instead II tead of 33c each two twodays 25c
days daysChildrens day9Chidrens
Childrens Chidrens silver slvcr gray cotton coton union unionnulls unionsuis
nulls suis sizes 2 3 and nll 4 re reduccd rt 35 e
duccd from COo to toChildrens toChldronA
Childrens ChldronA gray gr Y cotton coton shirts pan pantelettes Imnteletes
telettes teletes nnd drawers trwcl regular regularnnd relular 250 250Dnd
nnd 33c garments glrments any anysize an 20e
size Ilze
HOSIERY HOSIERYWomens HOSIERYWomens
Womens heavy black cotton hose hose30c
30c 3 a pair regular 20c flc
uv uvWomens
for I IWomens
Womens lisle lsle thread threlt hose very fine finegauge fne fnealie
gauge alie reduced from 50c 50cto
to t tChildrens
Childrens Chidren black cotton caton note Buck Buckskin Duckskin ¬
skin and Iron Clad Clal brands Incizes li lzes 6 6and 6and
and 014 G only reduced from J5o 174r 174rChildrens 12 Ie
to l
Childrens Chldlens tine fne ribbed tan hose sizes sizesS Ilzes IlzesS
S lo DM 9 23e 5e regu 12 2 ± I C
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Pretty Prety Stick Stck PinsFRIDAY Pins Pmsj PmsFnmAY j
FRIDAY AND SATUUDAY SATUUDAYLot fATUHDAY
J JIot
Lot of solid sold gold old flllcQ flc fitUk stl tlns lnB In Ina Ina
a variety valet of new designs Islns pretty und nndgood undgood
good two days dlI Instead 77r 77rof 27e
6L 6LVariety
of lOceach SO each eachVnrle
Variety Vnrle of stick strk pins ln9 with wih Different Differentstone Qterent Qterentstone
stone settings settngs reduced frjm ou 8e Or Or15o
15o to
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Denver Colo April prl 17A 1 special to tothe tothe
the News from Santa Slnta Fe Ft N M says saysAn saysAn
An attempt alemJt of three convi lonta ts at II the thepenitentiary theIellentar
penitentiary Iellentar to effect elort their escape to today tolay ¬
day lay resulted relulel In the killing kiIng of Convict ConvictGeorge COIlct COIlctOeorge
George Stephenson the nvrtal woundIng wound voundIn
Ing In of Convict COlvlct Blmmons Smmon the lheioIous lheioIouswounding serious seriouswounding
wounding of Convict Jose Monica nl Sena SenaCaptain SeMCaptain
Captain of the Guard Ftilpe Fcl > Arinljo Arinljonnd
nnd Guard Ouar Pedro Bandota BandotaGeorge Snd SndGeorge >
George Stephenson 8telIIen80n convktedof mur murOcr murd
Ocr d r had hal In some manner mannlr armed an d him himself hlr
self flf with wih a revolver rcvol William WIJJI Simmonsaentenccd Simmons lminonslentenct
aentenccd lentenct for cattle cate stealing stl11Ing and anJFrank anJFrankCarper Frank FrankCarper
Carper also Ilso sentenced for cattle cI tlo theft thet
ll INGUKU INGUKUMinister BSGIm UI T Tlnlterl
Minister lnlterl nnd 111 Member lollher ofr Parli Parliament Inrl ¬
ament IIICII Gnthcr Hailcr to Hear ear Speech SIlc li on 01 It ItNew I
New York April Allrl 18 MmUtcrg Ilnliicrs nnd nndmembers nndmembers
members of parliament plrlnrenl me nr already alreadygathering lreadyath
gathering ath rlng for the budget buljIIr speech ch today todaysay todayIH
say IH the Thlbune Thlblnrs > a Kondun 1nd l correspon correspondent correpol ¬
dent tent Sir Michael 1hn1 J k kclHi ach h la re reVising ro roIslng
Vising his estimates eatmnls and pitting t1ttlfg the thefinishing th thfnlshlng
finishing fnlshlng touches touchel on th ba blllct Igct Lord Lordtansdownc Lnl Lnlllsdowne
tansdownc llsdowne has returned an 111 1 Ul there re will wi
be e R full tul attendance otendnn < c nt tie Il cabinet cabinetmeeting lnbln t tmeetlg
meeting meetlg tomorrow tomorrw fr tlr Mi Ih < had el Hicks HicksBeach IekJ
Beach U < ach has kept his lllrlnl secrets s c tl so soclosely 80close
closely close that the budget bUlt sti stl < ilators tlaorl are areworking nreworking
working In II the dark tnrk Uxiort lxp h duties dutieson tuUes tuUesal
on coal Increased duties n
al ral Increlsed Ilutiol 4tea Jtn to tobacco tobucca ¬
bacco and splrltx slrl the Ihf Inclusion IncuslCn of sugar sugarIn ugarIn
In the schedules Indirect Indlrt taxation tuaton nnd nndIncreased nntlIncrease1
Increased taxation of Imoint
tautlon In4OIIaro iare pre pr ¬
dicted on the thl eve of the resumption resumptionof 3 i
ltlon ltlonot
of the Hesslon llon but Iher here l Ilno no au authoritative authorlatvo ¬
thoritative thorlatvo Information Informnlon and un some of ofthese ofthese
these Kuecnes IUe s will wi prove Irve incorrect In < ojrct for forthe t r rthn
the chancellor chancelor of the ex uhetler > heeler < Is cer certain cr crtaln ¬
tain to find Int It I more comfortablftto comforla bl rto bor borrow Lorrow ¬
row money mone than overwhelm oerwh lm the U coun country ou outr
try tr with Ith fresh taxation tnxaton whPHjthecnd whPHjthecndof Yhpnheeid Yhpnheeidof
of the Ih war At Is not In II sight lgh t Uncertain UncertainjI
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j Y i Womens 1350 Black Taffeta I ISilk
J Silk Sik Jackets975 Jackets975FRIDAY 7S 7SFRIDAY I I
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SATURDAYX
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avVnfrotnIBlllf 1la k tafalu sik 3tkt jacetnnd nnJ the tnfrelft tntetn ls of ° < most it etcellent auailty
nr pretty Mun I tun style tucked ecelent QUIy
prel all ni over Interlined Inllned with Ith black taffeta silk some °
nf Eh ± K black SI others huve rS Persian rW V The M are reSlBKoodB realy tlreta too sik mow Jood ana
fmoiSfiJ0 fnshlonable to MV hlve an undclrtce tacked M mo ° them but they came to us FO o
unexpectedly unexllectcll and for reasons relsuna we cannot IRnlot ery well wel print anil nnl of course wll wIl
be sold tainj amI way a with Wih a 1 separate pepafte skirt they make a stunn stunning ng en 9 TC TCcostume 75
1 costume Should be Ie 1350 150 each Instead I
VV V VExceptonal
Exceptional ExceptionalBargains Exceptonal ExceptonalBargains
Bargains in inChildrens inCIld
1
Childrens CIld 1 ren sear searl Wear WearFH1DAY W
FH1DAY l 11Al AND ANDsATtmD ANDsATtmDv SATURDAY SATURDAYCute
v v V VCute
Cute little ltle empire style Jackets made madeof mnleat
of nil wool spring fabrics a few fel dark darkbut darkbut
ni
but mostly 10aty In light lght colors colorl sizes 2 to toyearsonly t tearsonlyabout
yearsonly earsonlyabout about two dozen In the lot so soyou Soou
you ou will hnve Im to hurry Beduccd from from85c from95c
wi 100 each while they C Clost
85c and Ild 5 IItY 35c JOt JOtA
lost Ilst lo 10A
A lot of little lite percale dresses figures figuresand nlUfl nlUfland
and stripes In II the colors colon usual uaualo to these thesefabrics theefnbrlcl
fabrics fnbrlcl rultle ruUe over oel shoulders good ood little littledresses Ilo Ilodresges
dresses for tots of 2 to 4 7Cryears 7Cr
years yearsBoys yenrsHoys
Boys Dewcy DeleY suits suis for piny Jump Jumper ¬
er nnd Ind long Ion trousers made mnle ot good 10011 blue bluedenim bluedenim
denim trimmed with wih white whie braid and andbrass ani anif9S
brass f9S buttons butols J lo S years elrs 75e
S50 150 regular regularMens regularV
V V V VMen
Men Shirts Shirt and andUnderwear y 1
Underwear UnderwearFIIIDAY
Y y
x 1 FIIIDAY FIDY AND ND SATURDAY SATURDAYM
< M xX WX X4MX x xThe
The two days sale on these last week weekdidnt Ilclc Ilclcdllnt
didnt clear all al away awn us expwtedow expwtedowIng epOtedow epOtedowInl
dllnt
cear
Ing Inl to the weather wellhpr no doubtso douMs tlmsowho tlmso Ihlsewho
who did not profit then may la now nol They Theynrc Theyre
nrc re percale and madras negligee lellJet shirts shirtswell shirtswel
well made ltde good fitting ftU but tut In these theselarge thlearll
wel large sizes slz s onlyH4 17 17 m fc and IS ISWere 1
Were arll Jl 00 0 and SUO 1 M shirts Cf CfFriday
uv uvMens
Friday Frldl and Saturday Ilturla IlturlaIens
Mens Bnlbrlffgnn nlbrhaRI under un r shirts right rightweight rllht rllhtwelht
31 and 41 and anddrawers anlldrwers
weight for now nOl sizes plz e Ind
drawers drwers t to ° match ratrh In sizes 8S to 41 waist waistmeasure waistmtasure
measure only so reduced from 76c and andHPU
mtasure onl
HPU 11 each for n two day dayclearance dly I
clearance cltarnlo to te tecltarnlo
GUARDS fUARDS KILL ESCAPING CONVICTS
were wer In tho conspiracy to break brek out outThey out outThey
They were armed with wih iron bars barsStephenson brs brsStphen
Stephenson on attacked alacke the guard gua which whichwas whlcl whlclwa
the dlnlns room unarmed He Heshot Heshot
was in II dlling rOm ularmo
shot Pedro lr Cundoval Indoval Capt t11t Armljo Armljornn AmllJ
and returning ex exchanged ¬
rnn for n shotgun rturnln e eehangl
changed rn shots with wih Stepheiion St hfnln ech echLelnl ch chbeing
ehangl O OHutsum OUUNum
wounded Superintendent H
being woul < ffd I
Lelnl the scene ene with a aWinchester aWlnthesler
Hutsum cam uium wlh
UUNum 111n
Winchester Wlnthesler rifle rile and Int sent two tlO bullets bulletsthrough bulet buletthroulh
through heart A moment momentlater momcntliter
later liter throulh Armljo Stephenwms though wrlously trloul wounded woundedhot ounlle
hot Simmons fatally fatal wounding oundln hmi hmiCarper hll
Carper weakened welkene when h he saw JW hi his hispartners
partners down and surrendered surrenderedNeither surrenI1ert
Neither N of the 1n wounded woundf ant gusrjs UIU will wt die dieDuring Ile IleHurlng
During < lher the Iipht lilht Jose JOl Monica Monia Sena Sen a aconvict aconvict
convict wati WI slightly Ilghtl wounded wounlel
I ty prealls Jlreals In the Welsh and Lanca Lancashire Lnc LncI ¬
I shire coal district dl and n the Liverpool Liverpoolsugar lher l lfugr
ttlhl
sugar market ami In1 evmmerdol lmmlrctol clrclw clrclwgen clrdts clrdtsRelerRI
fugr gen r ll > Sir Ir Michael Hicks lcks iv rllch rllchwi ch chwill
will RelerRI I faml flt with ft 1 united unl llhtr Uhral Uhralfront l lfront
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front bwh Sir lltniy 11 Campbell ampIJIlI ampIJIlInrlll U n nnerman
nerman bnI hmlnic hfIIC returned In lmpror ImprTJ ImprTJhealh J Jhealth
health healh nrlll snd nd Sir William Wilam Harcourt Harcurt Iw IwIng l
Ing In fine tn fighting fghtlnl form formMuch formMuch
Much depends d nlg Un > n the reception r pton ot ottho oftbo
tho budget 11111t I iwh ty ty the country The Thepromotion Thl Thlprololun
promotion of lt ell Mr Ir Ohmb lhmtrlin rl ln to the theleadership thl thllenlerlhlplt
leadership lenlerlhlplt prololun of the th common lmOnR MM al the th ele elevation elealon ¬
vation of Mr Ir lUilfour 1 lfour to th the rr
will alon bo bartm tent If the btul bt tt provw provwhighly prne prnehhhh
wi l h
highly unwitUfartory unMInrtur to th tl nation nationMilitary nton ntonllay
Military clutw dUb are al also aia ago aga over 01 > MI MIIlobert 1 1UJtch
Ilobert llay dispatch UJtch on the wat f 811 iw th thI J Jlong
Loi1 Loi1Methutn Lor1I
I long Itt t of o commfndatUwm clnntndallof
I lonl Methutn lhun I frlen < U ar r Jubilant Jublant and andden an anGen
den Hullers partisans aro at dlenrol dlenroled dlonlrtt ¬
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reference rflr nt to him himIt himI
credible that Cn G n ull < r rdesired
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desired Ifllrld I hlB ucc ICr Mwr In the thl < Iltf jlef com command el elmAud ¬
mAud to tl iwtronls trnll him hl H I MUndM MUndMWinston Itnt11 Itnt11Wlnslon
Winston Churchills ehUthlS itw jlr at t th thUnited thUnie
United Service InstituILm In Wulon w th < m mother mal malolher
other Unie military mltlry Srlo nn n cn and l ettiud mtd to tobearing b
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PniDAY PnDAY AND SATUHDAY SATUHDAYMany SATUJDAY 1 1H 1Ian
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Many Ian of the most popular novels nvels by bywell bYwel
well wel known and loved authors are con contained conlalnel ¬
tained lalnel In this stock Shakespeare re In Inhandy Inhandy
handy volume size histories historical historicalnovels hlslorlenlnovels
novels and ant others also Juvenile JUIcnle hooks hooksand booksInl
and Inl lllbles Bbles prayer books looks etc Hooks Hooksfrom Bookstram
from I5o 50 each up to UQO 600 two flays flaysOneThird 11arOneThird
OneThird Off Of These Prices Prie Priev v
Y 100 100 Bottle Bote Lubin LubinPerfumes LubinY v
1 1 Perfumes P er r ume 78c 78cFIUDAY c f r rFnDAY
+ FIUDAY FnDAY AND D SATUHDAY SATUHDAYBetter 9ATUnDAYH 9ATUnDAYDeter
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Better Deter perfumes are not made than thanthe Ihanthe
the Lubin but why h eulogize Euloglzcvery every WOo vtoman WOoman
man knows them Ju JOst t by way of tell telling tel ¬
ing you we have them a two days st sue sueclal > 6 6clnl
clnl on these theSWhlte White Hose New Mown MownHay Ioln IolnJay
Hay Jay Opoponax Opponax Upper Ten Mly 1ly of ofthe ofthe
the Valley Val < y anil ant Tube Hose one ounce ouncebottles ounchote
bottles each hote instead of 100 10 7fic 7ficeach 7 IUV IUVf Be
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1 FRIDAY FRDAY AND SATURDAY SATURDAYPapier SATURDAYv
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rapier nwche mlche Jointed dolls tol that al always alWas ¬
ways sell el for 55c Z each for JJjr JJjrclearance 15ecllarance
clearance cllarance at atToilet atfolel
Toilet folel paper 15c 1 a roll rol reg 7r 7rular 7e 7eular W
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ninetynine hunr out ot otevery ofe6
4 every tlwusand tlwusandhave thvusnd thvusndhaw
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4 have to d dpnd dpndI p nd ndon
on th the druggist druggistBut
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