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Immense Throng Stands in Line at White Honse From ft Until
Nearly 3 O'clock Feature of Day Is Large Number of Chil
dren in Receiving Line Sir Mortimer Durand Attracts 3Iuch
Attention as Most Gorgeously Arrayed Man at Function.
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i been given 4o regular prices
on Croak Suits and Overcoats.
These stylish ready-to-wear
clothes are cow so low in price
tkat anj man may replenish his
wardrobe without a second
thought as to cost.
Stl.73 for Butts and Overcoat for
merly IIS
14.73 for Suits ul Overcoats for
merly 12'.'
CIT- for Suits and Overcoats for
merly S2S
19.73 for Hulls and Oiercoata for
merly J3!i
SS&.73 for Sulta and Overcoats for-
rn.rly $10
MJM for Hulta and Overcoats for
raerly $3S.
The Republic Bureau.
Wyait BclMIrar. 1S-.5 fc.nl K Streets.
Washington. Jai:. l. All the world
paid Its reap-cts to President Roosevelt to.
cay. As head of the xreatest nation on
earth lie r-ceivi congratulations ca the)
accomplishments of the jear th.it i- past
and Kocl wlih-s for th esr la Its ln
fancy. It wis at the, New Year's recursion nt
the Whit- House, that he accepted the
congratulatiors and irood wlrie of tho
Igiity nlJlloti- of Americans for whom
I l'.' stand- in tfc- I rt-nc of Kinyj and ' sent p.-rso;
Imfrors. the ;--.r of the hiso-st ivA A nw i
the superior of tr.iny of the h-ads of e
It araa
itself to
diplomatic caixr. Aflcr the Austro
liungarian Amr-a-sadcr ard Mine. II ncel-mull-r
had Lowed leifore the President
an-! Mr. Kocs-vtlt and shoo, truir ban-is.
Mr. H-r.-elraul.tr !-rjd tack a pace.
He the;. prtj-entl. a did the other Am-L-ai.adors.
th- n e-nbers of his staff per
sonally to the pre.i.Jetit. This was an
Hov.iticn ct the V.'hit- House, vugzi-sted
fcy !orJ BrornwtU. nnd which has been
pprc.ed by ritcrvtsry Kcjt. It has always
i.e-n the cunuci nt othr caplt-il for the
!.r.jI of th- nsfcaasy or legation to pr-
r.allv tnc rr.cmfc. r. of h's st-iftT.
railor: r.i2; :t i.:warar.- at
in- w rite mo--.o to-cay. tnni or 7.crway.
which tiu rLrirefa-nre.1 hi the Chare
brilliant sr.r:. that r)r-nt-d 1 Affair-:?, il . lu- an I fur the rirst
the eie. of tho tortUT ie I Iit- Mr. Iri: xinn tw-liv anp.ouneJ
'.nou(th to t- tli Kuets of t!i "ri'ient. ' :ner--:y h-
an- a.piorna::c r-pr-ntaiiv- of th.- t.a- r.fiLANiys GOKGEUS r
that fltlfc f.-.lti. r, lt n. Klr.l i.r.t 't-.fV . "p .1W BirHjUJiV aiTajV-J
wn. .-..... ... ., .. ... it,. Hr vra j.r l:nr Mortlnur r-
" - - a i li Lll'll i.b 111' t uuic hw . . . . - . .
l.i- illr::t-r from :5T;lrn.
urJtnJ. who.
rttecti'jn. ,"- "" " ,:" "ii rilwerd. typir.ed
THOl HANDS Kr.EI ED. ,'ur or the IS.-itih Empire. Tfc- o!d traji
The Irel:--nt an'l Ht IloovJt r- -s Sld ohp.lr. airl cthr !n!p!m-nt3 of
c-lvoJ the iiD'.n .jf tn wond. thjt--r li.u oineial uniform, not to m.-ntlon the
' th!r rao- or t1. of .atlon l.Uh nn'l tru- lov-tV ro-) c,( whjtg jaitln ribboa
Iovu. who fil-d i.rtst till th-.r nii-s:l.-.-r on his i.o.i!iici. nust !ive bftn a bur
I re-ich'.l u;i into Ji.- thcu---r.d. .u-h of 'I-n tt-- )'- sironi; lmul -r.
i U.cm ldiiKin a "l.apw :.eu j:.ir" """ FVeSht rr Von St.-rsli'-nr. ptt rp-
) ISy iictul -ur.t, $:Z2 tnr, -s:-coic the ,! mat U of 1 XTjerlal Vrtnan!c
, I'rtsWeafs h.ind Itn j-ar 7.115 were r- i ' ,f! cosnji!et.I- tlcrked out in tn
1 fHfd Mrs !;-.-Vvlt r-:na:n-J until the j "hitof tu of a i.us-.ar cf the I'ntTial
r..I of th r-r.;iin A f-atur- if the I li-.r.!-. end th" jt-r'nnal frl--:d of tin.
;-t..illc reception .- tho Urn- !iumlrr of ' nsii.anr. nstrr-;., ij., nttntio'i th.m
sw IIBrt Shows That Many j children who -u--d thn r-c--'Hi::K line ;'' M.nifituoasiy bedlzin-d iirltUh An:
ChiMrva Hare- area riareS la J;' ' "- -- ' -" f rUlst-i" j ";ar-,,r
1-,..-. , . 1 who wr- to t tr-l'.l afs-r tho re;re- 1, - r 'h- .r;tatiTdor cim th o:n-
S"t ' " l4rj haV 'a IT' TS. . -' .- m. u-.x....1- t I'keAb
u- otltciiN of th-- Atr.:i.-n ', ' " ai-l J.'if fuller .e of tft.
Taa sOBaan s Mumanr j'-!c.ty
n. i. u onMorK Is
fnd the variou-
verr.nifnt hud i.tifii flown tl
lnif !ln. Us.i.i forir'n-f tn frnt if tie
White aluui)- KJtrs. .iaii b II o't )--lt. ill"
hour for th? reoptlon to l:in, th-
coljrnr. rt-ieh"! ici-; tile front of tr-
St-tt-. nr anu N.n- huiiillt.-j nd
jra-." i
ptio.ii ,
of whl.h
irMent- Iiri
Its annual :i-iort. .-!it.-h -
that th work of :!.. rfocloty has l-- n
much greater than tint ft iornr.vi --.in
Twentr-jrht rh!ldrn under ir j.iis
nav. !n provide with hunt.
'" clil'dren hs.- -en U-k.-n from
Oe-praTetS ;-);!. ,) j.I icr.l n li'irr.:
two alria 'M ff-u-l from fo-callr.
orrtnhoit-i, the Ikjuk. wan cl-i-l. the
Clrla warn provide -alth rwl homr. or.e
atap-muther u nm-l ir. In th- "nnil;-il
Oourt for tiNstli.ir h-i ll-ear-nd 6t-ir-Ohlld:
who was e-nt o ;!.itiva.
Th foUowlntj complaint fi.- lr..-tl-
" "T omc-T J II RiihII, In b-!uilf lr--i.i u.1 litv
Issatlnc or whlppiajr. 3ti; overl-i.'Ir:. :!'KI
tS ihI;,TV J.m!U "rorkltu. SK. drl-.- Fhoflv I "l.r. i' .,V k. the I're-d-r.t
?.V" 'V."""1.- -"' "nU tru-Ity. jtar, . .. ,. Al.u , , ,. i'r.--.id--nt and
a i !i '""!' ' !nuli for -i-. ;),.. , ,,....,- v. hit. II.je u..!.-. al! la sj-
Mfi; CMlWa rer-irte,' nt otllo-. 121. nut Ul- . ,. ... I.. !-.. -. , ... v. ..H 11r.,r Rnler.
" .. . m. . . . 1 ....... A ...... .. . --- -.---
t"ok tip tr..-:r
'! ' ii ..viae
!".!! Tjiur't"!".
tfh t- .-.I
ii5! jUin ..-i j r--!-i;i r. v ir-!"!-'OM-.I
bv Sp-p'-.'r t-iij.-o rind th.- n.f-ni-l-".-"
of onr-.-. botn -" n--or.s .tn.l lp-
'--r-iti- Hlrl.ort r-fr.I to nh-:hr
Jr.t;. wire in-Rl,vra f one ciasnitr or th-
promise .jf .me of ill. ian.:t"t r--i-eptKJ.ii J ., ...... ... . .
Kl.v-. .-M .k via-, the haur -t for h- . ;iV,?ul;,V ' ',Vh" "J1"51?". of f.n!I ,''aM
ICe I-r.-W-.t th- ine:n..Ji of !.-. -Nbi- :l,?'!, !T;?"iy, r-il'hitrj.l- Adrr..r.il !-.-
r.rt r.d th.lr l.i-.llle... Tor th nr-.t tin.- 'l,-,"a, "?" "-i". '.- v.-r ..on a vlo rj
tie ..o.I w :T .i - i-re.ld.-r.t o-, . f" --- I-,I"1 " for..ii ir . ri I the r,.t
New ie.ri .li tt.. tote Sirr-lt A Ho I "! ' f-".'"!"1 "'1 fhaff.- j.-r
bait hailn-i b-e th-- t.-t Mr.- ITe-lo-nt . "n;.;'.;' !'? f :tvV:.f"r thc v -atK.
While Jlo-f- on in.: oc.-a- , ... ," ,,- -,:" ,7' " V. ... ..
! -T--
i- o't-'o- k. the Pre
affatitf f .T -. 1. .
- .- ' -. . iHuij i. .. iirre-Mi-i. ,.,
rote-f-tited. IB. -onvlcted, 4:: .c.-ultt'-...
I; anltna! tak-n fio-n work. ttfc. anirnt
killed. betr.a uitlt f.-r MrMier uy tit
romj-Ialnta rerardlrur rhlo'ren. 315. num
ber of children Involved, ZV.7.
Ul' V it " i. tin- I'i
K-pr - mative Xl-hol.- 1- arv.n'th an I
.!.- 'i e Itrf- t n-r r.uly in- v
eal hsrure 't it T1 pv came ,',-.n Sr "
II . Ii.nc-tor.fni. !n.n"--ll.itei.- ah.-ol of tjj.
iV-x-ident and V- !:? -ewlt. .ML-. !:.".
yel: .-.to,.: belilr-d tha line, a did also Mr
Af: r the. arny tr.d ny ofii-rs ad
p- 'p.: tlir':j-h th- r-celin--r rom the
nent out into t!i a-t roo-n. aiier.. thej
i ear ; 'lrlo-T...:s an! m.Hv... Ji-j Ail.e v..
r,.! ruo Jrf-S'.. xj
t nay !-. llrrf fr- in t'j-
inn tli.- ill je I loom, tin's
(.-illi.ii t" ti.e r.-..t of the djor leai'ntf
fioni ii.- II i liiui.t.
The I'.rnt to ia'-Ii th'm a harpy N";
.t-i- the ice l-r-Mdent aril Mrs rair- 1 'r-il In a ftn-ffy pawn n'jit had bw
laril: who p.ii ed li-hln,l the roc-tiiS I slven th name o' "Vl.-e hlu-" with
iiii- und mmkI to the rUht of Mrs Iloo-i - ' '? co--.iife ti-ufat of rftre o-oMI-i Sit
.e.t ;; xt c.i rne :.- r t.ir j and Mr. Ib-oi. I i-or.i:i-.,rtii -a i!ri'ol In -ol-.r juke''
who. nli I not ait.tuln: tl.-ir nsi: X-w ! jtr.iy. -i:-h hi he -mars at th- - lor.s of
V.r. r.- t"..n as n .-inU-rs ol th- "- ii'ii-e.
TTriJrv YMinm.tr Tf.-f.rn.l.. . ' W-nfa oSMiii fan.ll to-ly for the tir-r. , Ao'-e- flsure that wa !. --i'f- n
i minrj I uunM m H-JroJirO tlmf. h,u ,.,, rl,.kir.s ,.,3ition. a axo-ie w. that .r ?.-cr.tar T.Ut. who
In the (--i'.r rarat 1 thire fo'.Iowe-i th- ,v', trie inisiost of men. H.- on-UTated
v-vretrv of the Trai:rj .t:,d Mr.. Shi. ! '""' Ihr "l ro :n. v.here th.- l,-efjd. nt
'Ik- Sect"'. ir". of War and Mrs raft. At- rt-ie. r.:i ni t no trr e-t r.o-T.
.'!- .;.--ierai Miaxs".. the l'.i.t:nis:er
(Jnrnl anl Mti. "ortelr.-j. the j!er
tary or the Nn.y and Mr-, ltonaptrte.
aliwl tV. tr.e-S .It lh Wh'te Hol-e !,
Nrw "k.r. the Serii-t.try cf the Interior
ard Mr- Ililcheoi k.' the Secretary of A-rUu.tui-
und the .j-cr-tarj of "onime.te
:.d l-i!oi unl Jit" .Mil i.f
II - iml Incoming Stock 9 I
viVf-ly Compels us to make a clearing sale of desirable garments hb I
-4-mif r&Af a season. Everything on sale being up to date and in feb 1
jSSfi perfect condition, as good to-day as a month ago, nothing is iv, I
jiS mussed up or smiled, even the daintiest white linings of gar -OkI
Compels us to make a clearing sale of desirable garments
right in season. Everything on sale being up to date and in
perfect condition, as good to-day as a month ago, nothing is
mussed up or smiled, even the daintiest white linings of gar
ments being unsoiled. Barf aits of a yienneaal uiMre will bestow.
-y s
Radical Reductions
To One-Half Price Prevail Throughout
l.-";''iid Wilh rMTimm IC.sultH.
fSKi'i ni.ic-Pi-iv-iAi.
-.J'i'' I.."1, Jh." ' 5Unti r)'" "- n
kind t" liter Winter- w eitl- cM and
Kdlle rroy. 3J . t .,ld To V! ,-r I'
anie n. pvtun 1-ook. with the .t..-.- ,,r
William T-ll. ami ,t i,w .) arlr'
ThU was t'je , jih. of murh tro lh'.
nl M itrr Hldl- ! lnjureil -h. that I,.
will hue a s. it tor llf-
Tfiet ted Ihe p'rture., ij.it an rj, e
and v : to t'i Imiii. -her the. -ttfir in
rpr !, -.!. on" V. in. - nit'-.-d the p- ;..
and --irt.rk lidi- In the hand with th
h.ir; arrow p.. r--lnit th- in. mo-r th. ouuh
and Tinklnt: a uirful and licly nouml
The l-o -a pu.kel. tn U.i.k hurne.t
an 1 th. l.--i and r.rr.v. p.jt a . wl'h ts-
c;nm iti'i trie tniiin r-.. i Th
x-urr-d rundj at the. home
i:i:kiixi usiJ
All took up their roi!t!-n In th re
reiiitr( line to the rtKhl of the rr.-'de-it
and Mr. K.io-t-e't At the l-reM.iii 1
lf; wis hl mlll'ar.- aid. Char.v, -;
lltostue 1, Supe-h "endent f I'uli.li-
Ilu'.dtni-s and jiour.d-. who m.i.1- th
":' ferjnoj; met -v.rilo-Iv el-a-. an-:
had th- vvi:in--t Krreinas fr eyinl-odv
At 1 oviock t!:e re.--ptitii of vltizi-n-
took place.
wi-h t. Ilu .dtni;-. aii'l jiour.'.-. who
- -c--lJe::t I T,t.--nt.itlon to t-e 1' .-M.-t
of W. T j Nearby wax th- P.-eyid-nf
s r.tval t. d.
he lnJtir-! U't't father. ij, nien.nit AlV-rl U Kes
j i-pp.--.t-. Mr-. Itto-i. .-rlt wa- Major
I I'har.ei I. Mi'asi-). I'liste.! State- ja
W Rriarrl 're.llr. . rit.e- -no m..d- :h- nree-ntarlon- to lie".
t-. ,-.--,- ,... . , ... .. i.i a I In -im:!e line. fa---n-r the I're-iient ntnl '
JV it P'-Rfrfl or n.
Illcn '.raj- -.-.atrii riy monthly or
we-kl) t-rirs liltl" Hr. i- -o. Id floor
Carl-t.jn 11!k . Sixth and -live ::.-..
Pin-rtor Cimried Kcfus.
K'cnii tlit? l"iinn.
th- reeelilns party, -it- rr.-:nl.r-- of l -
1'ie.Menf staff. j"um .riio-r- of te
trm nay an-! marine corps. Tl;e tin'
f.irm fir th- d.iy v.m- p---li fall dr-s..
w -l.-h k!.i a r bv !! -n uhn a
r tt'Un IIoue The ..!.: w-re ;-
tain A Ii Mar lie jr. t pit. .I 'a-e. .m
r'-e. Cantain Pin T M-wirc cf the a:
t l!rv. "a;fln t" fjihuah I.e of the ei
nrr-'T.Mf fpi:.-i.m.
Spr'ncll-ld. Ill . J.in l.-anfflre-s of th'
illlnol. Na.tlo'ial iJair.J mol- th-lr anr.u i)
call to the Kvecu'lve Mansion at 11
clock rhii tin ri h ir and wee sre'ed
by ;o.ciiu.r and M i C-iar!e4 S. I-nee
Tn ."-U was rimpy a .social one aI
no a.ldr-'-e were ilellve-ed .lth. r by Go.
rror Denr. or repr-.ser.tat wa of the
tlli-er. were en'e-tained at Ii:r.r!-enn at
!! l-iard by Colonel Ilen-v D.ivli. a'U
t.ov-rnor I-nee.; n-iS th- ru t of hiwr
s:eer of th- ' ard from v rl jv-t
of tie State l-ja:i to arrive j- Spr-nKtli
on -ttili tram' nml at l"- o"cl -k th-1
i"m!,!e.! Ir. th- o-!-e of AJjutar.t t;-n-r-i!
src tt in tl.- ?tat lion-'
The rrprertation tro-n the nrlou
Mr.aiir.ii5 a latvrr than lis- i.r .nt
r- ! J" , " .".""-'"' " a IO "' '--
.-m.it .....s.u i jiere iri-v wire tn--l
..':! .-n.
S York. Jin. I d-I-entlon from
txtl.e Metr t-ll'-n i.n I .- ch- ri
fecalle. on Inr. tor "ii.l t..-d. un i
h made a d-maii I tor jt linm-dlal In
Cfe.i..- of the ... i . T !- CI .-fil
f Mr t onrt'-d rc'u.-.I i in iij-- ro--'
IWI" of til. ehotm .. t . -i.;i": t. m.)
union ana ni'e,t tha" tr tr. Iund
hv InrtHu! -Al ..u.tai. n a !- with tl
liiauarineni H- t.'-l th. m how.v.r
that I 'hey pi.-d theill.elie. tO ke-p
their contract- h- n.i' I .'ii 1-r nhit
coul 1 b- done to Inipro.- th.'r i... tl
lie announce," thil m-jj it e.nber t th
ch.jru. who I roke 1. -ir l.r o-i.ra i
w u'd no le r"'t.Hfcl Tt I .ent -i
annotnuej tint It u.-i.J tf.jf.-t .rJ t
a m etintr -f t'i I e (tl mlon to n.trnv
an'l ahlde in It. .e. ilon
-. t.i .a;. .aa i m i ii'ni iti
al U-uten.nt IS'b'rt I- ..er-y of tne A i.mi Jnlf hour lol ow-i ;n ,....,.,
mil. U. lit. !,.-. i!-e s 'T,nt : " I "on. it.l the m-in!r.i n.,s (,, , ;.
:Mr.. ..f the eetne. r c-ps. I.le-.ter.in,. ! to tn- -irr.man.iir offlcr, Tr.e d--o-.
I'M 'P II fliTI-lati of tl- "-avail ami , anu wre n k--.r! i', t-e ho .' i
Kr.-Jrn A lolphi:-" idri -if the aavi. l-.eayon.co sK-'n of Kl!i -,,.,! ' ..."
i?Ms-l!i,," Wor'l Mixture Suit.; Fhort coit.
Ji, :in lined, i-atcli jocket-a phe- C? OS
oomeual cut. from J3.73 :o. el-ar. at 7a5.c
if f c-Ie'di' i- All-Wool Sree Hulls; lone coat.
-u,la lain Unf-d-qulte :Iih yar- tJT Off
n"!t-'i ?..:. leducc! to OI-O
C;-'-"1'1-''' 8tiit of fancy cray rolatarei;
abulia ;,aln half-llnvlxtra IoncrrKt; fjff QB
a IVf'f (rmr.er.t reduced for clearing Xn....'famJO
sf.yo-I.id!. Umpire S'r.ort-Coat Su!l. of nlt
""" wool cnvIot; c--.ri brown. Mac!:, blue;
w?s eoid at frfroa-Cl.'arlr.s Sale Itlco C 7S
-n!y jtil.tiJ
,fllV-!1l,'f,' lainjt-t-oat Suit. if fine broad
- una cloth: satin Ii-e.1; color iljtn Cf 9 Cl
only price n.i.- ST.: Tu-day Clctr'.r. niU
itii c I-a'fei ery Irindome Uroadcloth Suite;
,fi So-lnch c.ir. r'rl.elly talio:e.; l.i.ih-eii-.
Iri rvry way; noil at j.'). Clearing Sal C3J KQ
t iZvt'aaa a a . ... a a aaaa
C..o I-t!l!r Iltr.plr- Ct Slif: broailclolli
una n i.pular col. t?i n-rv rich carme-it; f.
Ineli coat; real alu- V.; rieant.s S2T SO
I a a 1 aa a a a a aa-aaaea4a
Wfitrc-T-dl-- vrr handsome, fine Taffeta Slllc
araia wshta; I.-.liorat-Iv trinunul C2UB
und made, wortu up to Jacin tldvsal-....
V ' nister'"" liand--OT.- Kabrlr WaWts; well made
W.CIJ .,e, t-ininii d; a larK- anety i.r Q!tg.
style. and color., r-ol 1 iip to 3 "; in this t aie... '
C: much letter and hnr.ili.m-:r: ndd tip C 470
to :.. In this vi- .n t.J'
W'nicie--" l-'dlfH- Taff-M Rilk Walsta-lnflnit
- Uia x,,ri, .v f .styles and coh rt; (iff
worth up to t-:i. In tt.t .ile tPM.nM
y hantlsomo pliid Taffeta Silk Wulsts; C Qjt
worth Jp to 7-". In IhS alf VA.V
iC " iu; irp -.iw; 01 wro AstraK-
w Illf Il-'a T T.t'.T a-.-feaiat lftf. T . U.
fur. wire K.': In th!. Mle.
Cnnte W ry hnn.l-on.- S-aletle Pluh I'areii:
ffca !i:ml-imelv Lraidr.l wilh lit Uimmlns:
pr;c- wr.s 51-Ur; tn T7 Off
e.'ceil wilh Thlbft fur
l!.I rale,
fnmt- I" I-adles' Tourist Coats, of wool
"- j mixtures: body lined; very neat;
price was SC.oO; Clearing
rtmts Tourist 60-inch Coats; new Rox
"a,a bury woolen mlsturea, patch
pocket, velvet collar: r -uiar tT f O
alue $12.-0; CIcarinR Price. .. V) U zfO
2nmt l-idies' Handsome Empire Coats.
WINIIA f jne Kprsy: thoroughly tai
lored, satin lined: 915.00 coats; - Af
price redured to clear. ., & m jrfj
l-adie.-.' very elegant Tiulit-Fittins
Coats; satin lined, popular colore:
values $2f.0.t Clearing tfO QJ$
Cgirrr 1-adie.V Tailored Coats of fine
& Kersev! flttid tn the- form; half-
satin lined: former price 127.50;
Clearing f rie only
vaat t.idies' very handsome Broadcloth
.UVrf a TiKht-FitMng Coats; velvtt collar
and cuffs: were sold at S30.UO;. f QE
Clearing Price &iJJ7J
CnrttK ladl0" Tight-Fitting Coats of im
",,a ported cheviot; very elegant gar
ment; sold at $50.00; Clearing G0A AT
Price pv awatl
Cnntc. I-sfllM full-cut long Fur-Lined
VW3 IVnla- ah awl ecllai- cf rirar mltak-
.--..-". w.".. . ...... w. .... .....a...
sold always at f-u.OO; Clearins
Clraerc-I-sdlc- o-t Walkinc Skirts; pleataS
"" ,a ieorei: made of new union mixtures. QflLf.
ray ami brwn; a K skirt: In thia sale at. ..
cir ;.-i-T-ie" m.ick
wnaa so ((r(.
Hits rale at.
Korcs plut il;
Itroaddath Skins: feB
St skirt; In $0$
irC?.r-I.adirs hnnd.ome.
'wfiTid f-cioy tnUtarei; In Cray, browns, blues
well-made Skirts of
ns. blues
-fwfta ,ri.,.,tlv
ful irarment: value; J(0O; In this sal at..
arid Osfor.l effect.: multi-pleat.!; some
circultr: V sklrt.o; In this sale at..
tin- AH-Wsot Worsted Skirts:
t-illored and It-auti- ( QST
aTaVeiz IMlles tine All-Wool Bhepherd-Ch-ck
Miiria skirts: clrcnVir style: very tt 7C
drey rarment: sold at 113: tn this sal Bf
. fc-Vc.-l,ilteV I'rlncease Hklrts; or finest Import
- ed Pan-ma.lolh:S wide folds CIO M
at l-.ttom: sold at ti : In this sale at iw.wir
Closing Hour Sow S P. Al.
49 Mart Bn4wy.
tt O Neck Scarfs. Clearing Sato 4Mf
-WaaeW ,tC e......V
C- JO Neck Pieces and Scarfs; In Cf Qft
VaWV ths gllI: aa-Ol
A -fl Nck Plc-es and Scarfs of River C? QJt
vW'Uli'jHni; n, Australian iqulrrel aSil
Cf? M Genuine Slbetlin 8Ulrrel C7 Off
?-'' Ijirr Flat MuB ..3p1
$55.00$?' Krna $35.00
aVil. t.aaaaaaaaaaa a aa a
C3VI fM S-Jirf. of Genuine Slink.
JW. W Slb4 rj, SiiulrrsI und itx..
leirge Klat Muffs to
IllAl L (l.aaaaaa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa a
War on Oil Trust to lb Carried to
Company's Ilt'iulqunrUTH in
X' York 13- Missouri's Attor
ni'v tt'iiiral.
. .o.-n a the l're er; hi! cith'-ed
ih ,. b in lits o; ml farrllv the 1 cr. of
the !! d Ih .'T-i nr .uiiii wtir. jei pnd
in lar - V- f" io-ie itr- 't m. 11 .in"o -ri' 1
the ii -' t c dem of ihe l"!porntic i .iriH
lh AmlMS.ido- fro-t A'.''ri.i-!I Jiimri t erno
ird Mme ll-r..-lini.i:er For tn rr-:
j e i- r.ie it-ar 'he fir-l.ur Satire '.
i".. i-.jM-!. 1! i".-".ir. -n-i-1 'or
a n!w. iri - tl- ! ei. , .f Iti'. m
Miii' -i T" . --- !.. I al.tn Vnl'KW
'.-- who -.. rt.Vil I- - d' l ' tp th
- e - f t ! r nt - t 1 i V cc,rp.
w i in . ' ' I!' "' moller. wn
...' 1' r ri ar : w. -e th. :mi".)
j 'mnt'o'" .- '-rr. 1 ti h.ni dur'n lui
an! cit f! 'Wom
At I. o c I. t' e cu-rd-m-n mive,l
. :!. Ilnrd m ci-npa-.y wl'h ;.ivn..r
Iern v'l.re lu-i h-ot m i !
war i ..r tn. o"l r r. rnln .1
In S;c
ft. d t a'ter.i ji,e ,rM-i! t'- p-1 it'cli i.
Ii ;o erno- a: M-v l -, -i ; f
.-.. ji j.; W-- 11 11 .' j-e o:!ic
n-.atiy rlTj--., were :.el.-d.
T. n-uMtc n-jsa.
W va'.t PulMlnc :-.!. an! P Mr-ts.
Ohio Governor Tells Legislature
Corrupt Practice Must Stop
Primary Law Favored, and
"ISoKsiMi." Is Kcbuked.
Best Month
Best Place
10 BtY lOlR
A New Year's f reeling to .ill old and tew customers.
aSaTMaaamlVa W til
h .
ma-i i i.p-ri m m
Ab.l.ll. . i.i Jai 1 -Th. IVV-." re-e...
:u -id .ni..! ;:.. Veir". b.l'
" wr.- th-) sr.at -oclal eLn's
-h... f..e .-. n-.tnl Tn. Th- Ur.
Uai t !ri i! f.f ftin .eta.T K.l ..
I . ... . ..--.-" ""'-li'l Hie
.:cV;U. V "f tl - W ' -T" ',!J"'K,-t '
or Co mi ted j- courlra pre-
on. -half ,.f whon uer- o-it-of towi
su-m. and the ,,-.,., ,, tJ. ', .
rt.i ... . . t. . . . -a . ..
.... ... ..j-- -...- ii, ii-er-i in- ..-.
th lull! n.r- the most -Jut,.
t.-lde;tak-n 'a the l!.!!..e.
o.untry "
.-k-fl Ill J . l Goirr-.or sr.d
a. th- Ki.c.m- .Manl,,r. to y !.-i.-n
th- hr.ur, r j a-,, tt r,.,,' . ,
I'frncn th- S-.-e oS-.c-r. and ;..-ir
.. .-. ...! in r.--ejnc at j
Mr. I.r
'.i. ', r. n ;i, wi a-n.-ert In seeclv
th- Ii.lv call. - bi n larK- fumi.; ,,'
aptm;rlat to rr cci-voi cor!ti-:- o
t.bc.rte fe.tcr. er ri.fTlr xrl ,.oI,
"he Stat
,.1 . . " ..u..
. .-. : r i . ..e .... ..
l:ed in rfctiitnc uresis lui-r't the ..-!
You have f.-ire! ;retty wcil.
:i a re
lets vou havp much :o be "thankful for
vou? Doubt-
We irar.t to tei! vou th.it there i no better month
in the year to bur rour I'u
Well, one reason, we have .r.a
of piano that we d-..:re to clear o
are wilhr.c to accerit t:r.cIer--cot nn.-
. - -.-..-
hn Ja-.uary. Why?
y tves o: manv makes
once, ar.ci we
or them. This
av- vou a considerable as. Another reason.
tneoiu rear i past. ou know how vou h.ire "come
out. You haxe "checked up and know where vou
stand financially, and a to your position for another
year. etc. etc.
You'll be agreeably surprised with the splendid
Piano bargains we have to of cr you this week in the
Scleral New $423 Several Sew $430
It-vHet . 0is PiMos KsmbdN Pmnos
Vdisced to $325. Reduced to $340.
f-n-.-r 1-5-
Ji Z fir I ..?- - ...e. --
.. a .- ;. . .. . 1" - - v. - we.
.e; .n-ijaj- iv ii;nr teep-ril r irbln na
.. .e Tl'lT-.uj- iU .,;e IJ-Jan
Abulia a-J nanr oShr
ursent c-tlc-r at-end-.!
i edn-.! Mr l!raa i;j d.rart roth-
S.-..ket-1 I.Ll-.d. Cjip-a'- Mo
G--n.I t irfcta'i as if will se-i rnrsr.v M-
i far as P rneo
TV.s!.lnjlon J.in I.-M..-Lrt K. Hadlcv.
M-(ri.e C'rer.l of Ml-ijun, will wai
h" Mi-ouii war on the Stan lard nil
'n.-l at he'i.!;uarter. and on Krid'ty will
ile tl - d-p '..oii-i of the principal oil
axons- lu Ni w York.
H- is h r- to arpu th- rhlrap-o Praln-
it "in.i. .T i". re s-i.preme "ourt 10-
orr .-.. t w'U-h tin . o:.:-n:.on thst the
'hiiaco .-w is- j jl i.tc-s t.te St. Ieii..s wa--r
u;pl in Inn Un!
H- .;--t to l- throush with this cie
n T hur-d iv and nhi -o one- to ;ew
ork. wli-re th. Standard :! Inquiry ii to
-Bin in th.- .ne., if llt-nry Woolman. at
v-1 Ti ilr 2-iwa
Ji.ha l IS' kf-il'r lilrn.e'f Iism v.id--l
.bp .rj. h-.t !i II I: ". Wail- Himp
n k i.. ri autilt. r ot tl..- com;winj . V"
' l:.ford. John : Annlbild und oth r
r th- :-:.inlard dii- tors did not aucvJ
-j. ap.r.iT -ummoiiH
Th- will hi.ie to arpeir nnd will be
; ded wiin rf.iiciiir.? u-etlom is to the
r"rm.z.ition of the rtami.-id Oi: t'otn-
u.. ai to lt re.at.ons with :it-ird!nate
ir jir..e-. ar.d a to rrlr.:.or.s with tt.e
1 r- .!.: c mpatil-n , ratlr In Mn-
jrl. the V. ileri-i'lerc- 1..1I oinp-'n.
-. !I;ulllc nil i-tirnany nd th- stu:i-
.jrd t; "omponi of I.tJLih.i.
1" '.in- niradi !-"ti anl- to ortiln
fuch i-aluat.:.- 'niormatio' -oncernlnx the
;- rain n of tl o Slant' .1 .1 In Mlvjuri.
nl. I M. ll.'ln. finl.l.l
nti.- "l-..iuiri I.i. .!. ie:oi--.l fact, vhl-n ! l-dl.'ilr.li:iilii.i
e- think lne an lm;rtait lf;'rln,r on
- ci nenil .ci-.tlcitli t. of :h- Stsndird
ill Cuiniai) . w Ich li r.owr la-lr.tl eon-
i.ir!i-d ! tie K.'eral ilni.rssi nt.
tt H too ii.-l to y J'-s" lastly what
: r.v-lt- wi ! !e -j Mi.Bi.r. ltut '.n
iubtd w. are In a tiln n 'o reii.r
i th- Ftacd T'l ofl.i iais intorrn..t.oi
wh'ch. if slien. w:il proie of a I.Vhly U-
.r..ni na'ure."
Mr Ila'l.i will call upon
1ir:le:d. tne "crr.rnlslrer of orjKira
o-e. to-morrow Mr Hi'.lv ilil to
1 Eht that the call "ill l-e purly of a
' rmal nature but ur.'te:lonat tl - two
w.ll .!!cu. the Stacdird O.I !tua:lon at
AcVr.ts of Mr Girfi'M. who I d'rcc.lnr
th- F d-ral Ime.tlcatlon of the S:-ndni.
"a-.e kr;t In c'r--- :ou.-h !:!. :hc arlou
taic.s of At--rre Gr.cnl Hcdliv In
i j n In ML'i uri.
It I. und-ficd that Mr 'iarfc-M his
: !rnpre-d w'tb the lain- of '.i- f.ict
Columbus. O.. Jan. 1. The Serenty-sev-enth
ii.iier.il AsitaiUy of ohtu cwiiimed
io-d.:. the liouix- beini; organised oy ihe
Klp-bliCal. WHO hale &Ut-tWo lot?-.
us-.i.!.t l.fiy-nii,.- iir tn- i. nuKrat.-. .ml
the t-itut.. b-ii.K otuntz. d b the Im-iuo-i.rat.
who hale ntn. ! 11 iule.-countlr-K
ox.- lii'l-peii'i.iit i.-eiialur liuib f l.uoa.
I'ouiuii. whii loud with tl.vin. aKaiiml
e.j-'iitet:, ttr tl- Itepubilcatia.
l.kut. n .nt Ooii rnor lianltnc presided
In lh S-ml. lie wid In- ulV'h.iJ u
l'rldent i.f ll.i S-n.ite hv Aluliear 1
J HariH il,- Ketubllctu Ieuteuatit ijov-
Ail Mm ivtr.o-rmlc caui-u. nominations
In lb- hen..!- and all the HepuhlKan tionit
nation. in the ilouis- wire ratnlel without
S-ieia-i attm.pt. were made to orcanlze
bo.t!.. but all fa.lvl.
Cainiia lnii.vvn of liwrence Cuunt)
vas elected Spfak-r of the iJ. and 111
acciptliiK tl.. honor di.clar.il tliat eco:io:n
lu te the watc.iwor.t.
In the nftimoun tli- farewell mes.ii;e of
Coiernor lierrtck wan i.uU. it wa a
loli.niinoi.j docuuieiit am: notable for Hi
altotig dciut.i:.on uka.nst iit in all its
iu:i:i:ifKs mesa.;h
Th" ti.i-.sia- of Ouicrnor llerrlck to the
Iv ijl.'l.uu.'e a. In part. ! follou,.
I ii.Uat -.,n,es:iy recommend the. abol
Istiinent of lut,b in IJIno. It 1. neither
pu-idlM- r.jr de.jr.iL e to 1 late n.eitil.fi.i
Kansas City
tJTake night train at 10:02 p.m.
Q Lands you at K. C. bright and
early for business next morning.
3 A confortable ride over a new roadbed.
Q Another tnin. aJorckng daj-tght ride, leaves
at 6:32 to.
Ohs St. r
man should h employed In tha
the legislature to watch the .,t-nin f I Hjn why a ;
thiiateiie-l attack, on tin Ir private In-I Wale; works 1 ! Mm. nt or the llealt'a
tert-'t. bv thoso who"- ,- motile 1 to t I-partment or the Street-CIe.-inlna- Ie-aroii--
this anxiety. j partment or tn any other place in lh
"No I'kUI itl'.n will reach this ..tuition, i ...iintry because ha la a Heroocrat or a.
Th- olc r me:i fr it II. a In tb whoa i l: rriLllcnn.
i eotne contempt which all membirs of th ! "He onirht to be chosn strnplv be-au'a
lie is honest, solar, iiiaiustrtous anl cap.i-
Ij rl-ilntur.- shouM fie! and how toward
the.e v la dii- to niiJiKi- In this
ri.lcintM pnictlce. ! .;nk of thl mil
e'-nil. It is ur.d un an escuie fur the
lobbj-. sm! there onicht not to L- any
escuxe for the lobb).
of the Ori.i ral Am tiibiv Iron ti.e i-.jple. I
It : rijiii: an 1 proj--r that ' a:ne n.i i "Tli
n.t-ri of the State, win.
are the eTvai.ti. ol tie pi-opi, siiutiM
k.-ep In do touch with the xnemir. of
the LKlsliture. In crier to .is-rt.iin and
ariv out ilulr wl-h.- It I !.ii.ry nd
desirable that th publle ul l.r-e r any
ituen. who ar pc li lv l.-.ere., e,i in
Vl!.- Ubjett of 1. p..atr.-l ahould Lai-
ru 1 o;.;rtunlty luaipar le-fure the prop-
r cjininltt... in ett.. r hou.-. to he put,.
llcl h'-ir.l Sn ar.i matter nff-ctlr.a the
jtirr.'s it. hu.lr.e'-i or cla if people
' Ilut b-yor.d thr-e Umiiatlor.s all contact
betwi-n ieirlJator and ou'uM-m In the
work of l'Kls...tl':: hou(d b- rlopj.J in!
all m an. of t-oll-ltlnc. Importunlna- or
J-maiidlnij th- enactment or repeal of
"" or th- nllow.ince cf apprcprlatlor.s
hou.d be jr-ierted h the m.t ricld
maure. at the comm-md of th- i;er.ral
"There Is a rre-iture. bowel e- who
mere richly d-.e-i. ?r.e a r-. ae.a ,-.
men ! an the lot.h)!..
rop'a i.f nhlo have conie to r-
jrari! as their Ptat- rollcv n marem of
tisatlon which r-lleie.. real and personal
proj- rty from the entire burd ri i.f the
State's eft'etniiture. other thn for e.!u-c-itlonal
purj. ThU lijley to relleie
th- homes and farm, of the people from
taxation for State p'irje-a. nnd to jilai
tl - burd'n on thos- who enjiy special
rrlilleR.. from th- State. . j,oth wl
and lut snl .boiibj not Ik- ill.tur!-.! It
.hmi'd l carried still farther so tbil
ultlmit-y no tax wlnt".er I- lmjox.il on
r.l or j-txo-ial property for any Slate
"I sm earnestly In faior of tha nomi
nation of all countr. niunlcljail and o'her
Itecal oH.-ra by a primary ilertlun I he
tl'v- that cor.i-n:Ioni for uch purj-ia
l.ould 1- t-l!red and that ah ii'plrants
for office ahltlM hive ,n eUlI opportur.l!)
to he nominated by s dtreet lote cf th
peop.e Thr- la no subject .n which t1!-P-op:-
ar more ilta'l lrtertel thin
.is- drr-v: roiernrr.er.t or their munlclral
It It h corpiniicea
hie. .Hid h- ouxht n't to la dlscharseit
ui lew. t.e coen to l- .,r,e of these things.
Ht ojcht not t be re-julrd t support
any .ilt;i.I is-aiiizatluii ..r.d be ought
r.rt to b- permitted to contribute to any.
Nothing would make boTlsm so unpopu
lar and -ir.attraitlie in our inunli Ipulltb s
as th- r:i.oval of tli- 1I. of irne."
CIcorge I'l-vrniann lh-IarfH Tw
.Mcii Ni-Ip.il Wiiiiiau in Tkeft.
While In a negio .-iloon at N. lJOO Un
deii atr"-t sterdiy mornlns. Ileorg
l.erti.aiiTi of Ni 1117 Salisbury street su
rol.l-w f a purse oiain!r.g a . Mil Th
iektbook. he, ..,.. wa grable-d from
tils hand t.y latru tVllllamv regrssa.
who. iiermtin !.. riis avl.t-! by twa
The wotnai ivj;i: but was arre.teil
altenrard by I'atrr Inmn Thomas Jlc
ferrr.o't. of the V-urrh fristrlef. at
Twelfth nr. I Mortrm treta Two negrnea.
one of who'll It. enpiol aa a liartnd-r
In the salvon we rn ted at the aama
ti"e. but v wre relemirf! fir want 'f
evii'anee to bold thm. The Wllllarr.s wom-
I an I. t-lu-r .il'I wA a warrai.t will I at
I pile.! fi.r tbi. nor-ln She l. J years 014
1-coitr.c in i!ouri. ar. i-iut .nt) win , i rn-.cnIMe for th so cill. ! -mlla- That thr- should he a healthy polltl- nr..J III' n: N 125 Morgan tret
..- - ... .... . .. -- .- .... . j-------- ......-.-c i j... w.- purpo-e or cai iiwnn'i; ana rerv'm in our -it-
sen-ral pro'-cution. rr the itandard . extortlcs mr.n-i . ni r-clI infr-.'s !-. and ill ia-s Is a matt-r o g-ne-al
W1IH1I li ." a.- a .VI " J. k-- a a-- a
fsrefMs t4Wc1 ts SI45 m1 5175.
Ve4 lpriBHv Vris . 575. S93 smi l)
Kieselhorst Piano Co. I &&$" $&s
PaHrsaataia Agastaa
1007 OLIVE ST.
! aw JtXaUia lUra,
-re cpn.
Jim E. Todi ulto-vr fer tha "tin!-'
tiry Dt:rl-t of ChJc-o. w'lj rtp y The
5-dT 'r. wr.Irh th- Illir.oij .ii- .nail r;..
vnt their ;- Ints of law or lus of fact,
w li de'ertnin- the dl.postti-.a to b- made
f t'i- r-r Vr-J. r of 'V t .t.- to i- al-
Mr Hidlcy r.! 5!r lUt-s will
r-ldrt th- court Mai" ca-s r- t f.ir
to-r.rrnjir bt the dralntge-can-U cafe
his the f.rt c-ll
A lxrje part of th- day rrooaoly will
b- takrn c? by t coart li renderlr.it d-
- w tat a Ut- 'tart en th- ars-J-rr.er.t
Is x?r-il, an" :ey win ;t.n Mi.
up th crrater part of A"edr.!y and
v.l-o here. Mr IladJ'y will tak steps
to MTf th- payrsr.t of about IV 90 ja
Spanish V'ar clil-r... Te clams' J-e )
tei'ed cr. the -rvtce cf i-o r.t-ers Jrom
ill-crurl for -h- tl-ae they were la camp
b-fore th-y wr- mi.tre,! i- a., rrculars.
11--.. ...e. r, I . est A. I M. 111..... k..
TO LOYAL LEGION MEMBERS. :-' ? .- .z: of :
I cbfvsan":. -d Vr Hiey w cocjit I
:e J- jr j Ne,1r. r-t.r I " at "' '' J8''--
Ilnldea Qwlts giKk t.tan.
-C - '. XJtl e Hell Art Jl- 1 -J r H'dier
IK : e tiv. '1 j.4 -,, Vr.ri 'r frel-bt .raff-r !-irajro' the Rk lJti.1
- r ir .Tii I- t .-..y- J in .x Jc-:- 5it- arrj. h.atjuarte- iri c--co. hi.,
s tor. ;-ii li i.re-tr ir - U Kar . feljce-l t Accept - i c- pre-decry fcf
I Ainlrai Miaot -Jte O-s.ri! KlC-' tfc MblUsd VaKce Ral'.roid. wtia ttaa-Itccre-U
Oarabwldt. aii Crar-ss &. Fx,t. 3ar:cra at Ten Ssltb. Ara.
rcpesharen. Jaa l -At the New Tei--.
r-v-eptlor., rCf-' ("-sun ke-i the Ara-r-!c.e
Mln.:er. T-rma J o Htlrr. to cos
ier h! V.r ! -' '-:3t. to IV-.td-r
Kcwl' -e. c.-xs Prlrc- rr-itrtck
a. i.1.1 r" .f -1...-.. - ft . VI. -e
m.'-z'r - r.- t!. P.-v-....-. - .... .-. I l"wr-J
crient. " ' " S?
Berlin, Ja !. Our e-sjy:- Towrr the
Aroertcar; ,-;ai.iJ'r cj t-e d.rU, m.tlc
T-rrse-tatties cf cth- r.iilosi cil-d at
tS ria; tce-ay tt txteaj xw Iwri
re-tX-. 9 ir-ror Wtxia.
xe-t a persMixj e-.a'e to
Ihrot-ca Mr Tewrr.
a ftervlhl!. Want Ail will brlna- a rnnk.
'. T." "i'-o .Tir-a. ui lohhvl.ts I interest anJ lnltent itetran! .
rrp.-iloi 7 .Mr i.arne.j. in-juiry u e,:;';i la :.s I.'rt..ature AcKn 1 'Th- P'lmVr'rf Cfflre-a nrov!di for
cam II Jesne.. A-jaMrt Altcrtny C- v.. J :y op -n th-law of ..,!! th- smaller municipalities ,C V r- a-.a.
"al rf "ivouri.nr.sri.irM M ite.. i " ir.d jex!rr.g -o protect t--m-. dured The merit Vy.ten shojld t- i- "Ton shouMn't stav , ut in- at -..?
.-f oon-'lcr of s-l laij'... srlie-l hr "; r" ,..'" J;'1'?? "'h. th- owners ..erded .,. ,n departments of tr.e ct- t riding your le. t-opl- didn't stay out
w ih Mr lUdl-v to-dr.y ar wth him will of clt!rnxe Indu-lrle.. Cr the rroprls- ' gov-rr.nt. The bu.'ne,. of a mtinl-ir.al ' late the Ki. old fay. "
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Mr Jefl-'e .- t- ha. be-r. a-xjv-UteS often comp I'd tc .efid repre,enja.!t, to t prlv,,.. corporation. There ), r.o ra-r.de. cf Pas! Il-i-re, grandma"
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