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12 THE TilET WASHINGTON WASHINGTONTIlIES T TIMES TUESDAY TUESDAYJANUARY JANUARY 24 1905 19O
MASONIC ON1C VETERANS VETERANSI I
HOLD A BANQUET
Made Up of 0 Men Twenty
one Years in Order
TWENTYSEVENTH TWENTY SEVENTH ASSEMBLY Y
Toasts Toas on the President and Other Other
Topics opic sCallForthMuch Call Forth Much Wit
and Eloquence poquence
Wltand Wit and humor humorflowedwIthgOOd flowed fiowedwith with good wine w w ine
and an d were were Wedged WC edged gCd in between between betweenexcelleht excelleht
food opd last night at the twentyseventh
annual annuUbanquet banquet of the veterans of Ma ¬
sonry sonr men who have served serv dmore more than
twentyone years ears in the order which
was as held at Freunds
There were present more than a hun ¬
dred men prominent in the theatIairs affairs of
Washington Washington and the nation The official
title of o f the banquet givers g gh vers ers is the Sla
sonic 8OfliC Veterans Association of th the Dis ¬
trict of Columbia
I
A ABrisinessMeeting Business Meeting
Prior to the banquet last las night there i
Teas as a husineSsmeeting business meeting at Scottish Rite
Hall at which routine business was
transacted and a a number of new Qewmem meal ¬
bers were elected 1ect d
President George Gibson Gibso n presided at
the business bus iness session sess ion3l1d and at the banquet
until untllprcsente presented d with a huge mallet with
which hich to keep order
Then be was succeeded by the toast
master of the evening James A A A Sam ¬
ple pi The affair was arranged by b Stew ¬
ards G Y AtLee Frank HI BThomas Thomas and
A A H Van Deusen
Most of the success of o the affair Is is
due to the e efforts of Mr lVrc lVrctll1omas Thomas ThQa3 who
is is the th captain capta in general g neral of the grand nl nlcn en ¬
campment camtiI 1 nt Knights Kni 1its Templar
L Letters of Regret
After Mtcr the theb3nquet banquet bad been disposed
n of the music and an d toasting began beganwith with a
solo by Charles W Hancock past com
matider of ofColllmbla Columbia Commandery CommaI dery Pres ¬
ident Gibson then read letters 1ett rsof of re ¬
gret gr t from James Jarn W Y Brown BrownofPcnnsyl of Pennsyl ¬
vania vania Ml L B BY V Davis of r Pennsylvania
John 1L Carter of o f Maryland 1tIa Mar I land 1d Thomas Th nas
N N Dav Da Davis is of Virgin ia ia Cha Charles rtes W Hub Bu p
a 1 bell be Il H 1L K W Greenland Gree nland of New York
Senator J J H Gallinger Jacob D Bar
Ton Admiral Winfield Scott Schley SchleyE B
G Davis Adams AdamsGadIs Gadis G W W Cham ¬
berlain beda rn of St Paul Paul1Dnn Minn J H H Arm
ington of Rhode Island Gen G W W
Balloch Ballo h Representative Irving IrvingF F Wag ¬
ner of Pennsylvania Penns lvania Simon Wolf Wolfan io1f and
Fred Webber one oneo of the the1o founders nders of the
association
Toastea the President Preside f
W E EAndrewsresponded Andrews responded to the toast
The President and delivered an a d
dress describing the power of the place
at the head of the nation and illustrat ¬
ing his remarks with withdes descriptions crlptions of the
doings of Washington Lincoln rincoln Cleve ¬
land and nd Roosevelt Roose elt that have has e made his
tory
The Rev Dr U UGBPiercc G B Pierce pastor p stOl
of Jf All Souls Church followed Ir ME An ¬
drews in a very witty and an anphllozophlca djhlIo philosophical 9PhicaJ
speech and Lurtin R RGinn IL Gina grant
master rtasterofMasons of Masons of the District re
sponded spo I ed to the toast The Granc e
Lodge 4 A B Hayes spoke on The
Freedom of f the West Yest and C C Isaacs
of Baltimore past grand grnndcolIIlanderoJ commander ol
Maryland masons made an address on
Masonry in that State B W V Murcli
concluded with a beautiful dissertatior
upon Women
During the evening The Masonic Vet ¬
erans Song Songthe the roster of the dead was wa
read and other rites carred carr doqt oijt
The New N ewMembers Members
The new ne members elected were
Charles B Bayley Frank I L L Campbell
Gabriel Floyd Johnson Charles Kreimer
Henry ienr S Tichan TichanGeorge George Newton An >
drew W Pentland Joseph Stetson Rey ¬
nolds William R R Shedd Samuel W
Stinenietz Sti emetz Bartholomue F FSmith Smith A
13 Hayes Benjamin F Murch
Among others present were
W V JE Andrews S M MRyderen Ryder Gen W W
A A A Hall Walter H Klopfer KIo pfer pferO f C C
Isaacs rsaa s W V H Hahn Alexander Grant
Xurtin LurtlnRGinrt R Ginn Dr U G Go B BPierce Pierce W V
H H il Yerkes Victor Montgomery ontgomelJ J F
Trezzare Fred M Webster Capt J TP P
ilcGrew 1 1cGrewJesseLee Jesse Lee Adams AdamsChn1eJ Chorlei
Allen Notley Anderson Robert Ar
mour ni ur G Yorke At Lee George orge W
Baird John D Bartlett Bartlett George T Bas
sett Conrad F Bennett Isaac Birch
Asaph L L Bliss Ellery J JBurtt Burtt Jame
Henry Byram Edward R Campbell
Henry P Cattell George E Corson
James H HM McIntosh Intosh Daniel J F Macarty
William ilUam B Alarche Henry Morgan
L = George J 3 Mueller Lewis I ONeal
Warren H Orcutt Henry H Parmen
ter Isaac Pearson John B Davis Har
rison Dingman David G I Dixon Ixon Rober
B Donaldson George W Evans Alber
C Fiord Flo d Henry Franc Abram Frey
It it E Fugltt G H H Gaddis J L R Garri
son George Gibson William H H Griffin
John B Hammond Charles W V Han
cock ock John J J Harrower Benjamin F
Queer Henry A A Robbins Rlchar <
Hothwell Ro hwell James S Roy James A
Rutherford James TamE A A Sample Nathan
lei Shatswell Frederick E Sherwood
Benjamin R njamhiSInsheimer SInsheimer Francis H H Smith
James D Smith S William R Smith
Abraham Hart Theodore Hausmann li usma n
Augustus A1J stus Helmer Warren I L Hinds
John P HInkel Allen W V Hodgman
William T THutchlnson Hutchinson Albion B Jam
eson William M 1 Jones James B B Lam
bie bier r James Jarn s Lansburgh Anson nson S Taylor
Frank H H Thomas William B B Thomp Th mp
son John A Travis James H XL Trimble Trina ble
Burnett T Trueworthy William VnUamTTur T Tur
pin Albert H Van Deusen John N
Walker William 1lUam T Walker Huyler Z
Wells John F Wild VlI L Cabell Wil
liamson Edward M 11 Willis illis Edward W V
Woodruff Bdmund S SWoog Woog Georgi
Wright rIght John JohnY V Wurdeman John S
Yoeckel and Nicholas E Young
SMITHS
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LITHIA
PILLS
SICK KIDNEYS
ThUlacIdcr TlioKladc ler Eheu lilieu
333 aiiatism a t la ro and the
JBlood BloodaU all these dis di
eases yleldatonce yieldat once and
are quIckly and nd fully UI
cured Pr Price ice only 25 5
cents entsa a box
A ACUREatthe CURE at the
PEOPLES PRICE
My Ktdneybookand Kidney book and
ft Sample ampie Packa Package pe sect seJ t
Free to toafly any address
WF W F SMITH CO
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for ten years You
Smiths I liucbu b Buehu JAthii h
fills have worked al
most moeta a miracle In mj m
case c1 O 1 have had per
feet fed health since J
started to take them
Smiths Smlth a JJuchu Lltblj Lith
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I lgIve give you this testl
mopylorthe atony tor the benefit o 01
suffering humanity
hoping Itw1ll it will be the th
I cause of otmany many Bufle sa1ler aucr
era belnff beIngcured cured
Tiio THOMAS 5Rvs WOODS
No418SomerTllleAv No418 SomcnJUcAve
i Somervllle Mass
Toenro Constipation SIclc SlcItUe1da Slcbfleadaclie H adaclio be andUUIon
lie51nono TMSEinonenislit Zet inononihtn n1 t Smith 0 JTlncapplo i I1P1o an zinc
r Ba Cternntlllls lternut11UsOnly QnlySScenta 2S cen t at a dealers de crs
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SEHUINE t EN5JlN E
SICHEOi
CENTRAL NTRAL LABOR UNION IOI
t FAVORS FAVORSFREELEUTURE8 FREE LECTURES
Action Taken T a ken After Hearing H Hear eanng ing Address
of Mrs John Milton Gitterman I Iof
on the Subject I
The Central Labor Union by a
unanimous vote last night passed a a
resolution indorsing the free lecture
i
bill now before Congress The vote was
the result of an address by bj1Irs Mrs John
Milton Gitterman who has long lon g been
an ardent advocate of the free ree lecture
plan
I Mrs Gitterman quoted from one of the
fre free lectures to the t h e people given under U nder
I the Board of Education this year ear
through the original appropriation of
i 51500 1500 secured by her from fromCongriss rom fCongrcss congr s last
I session an anecdote told t ld by W Wv WH V v H H
Smith of the Navy NmjDepartment Department in
I
which he mentioned that when American
workmen set setout out to beat the worlds
record in building armored vessels that
the Navy NayyDepartment Department succeeded in
launching l Unc hing the Columbia with a speed of
twentythree knots an n hour
A Agreal great continental cntlnentalnatlon nation of Eurone
thereupon borrowed the Navy Depart
ments plans and thought it could co ld
achieve the same same results The first ship hlp
that tha tthenatio the nation n turned outbUUt out built upon
our American plans could not get up a 1
speed greater than eighteen eIg hteen knots an
hour and that nation said the Yan ¬
kees had cheated her and the Yankee
Navy Department had ha d to send over an
American laborer to show what was as the
matter and to prove that although altho ugh the
plans had been followed line for or line the
difference was in the personal pe onal equation
and that the superiority of the Colum ¬
bia was only due to the difference d1fr rEnce in I
the hands that held the tools
Therefore Thereforcone one of the chief interests
of o organized org nlzed labor throughout thro ghQut the coun
try should be this problem of adult
education
During Duringthe the course of f the meeting the
secretary read a letter from the Print rInt ¬
ing Pressmeis Pressmops Union UnioIiNo No 1 to t the
effect that they the had decided to with ¬
draw their delegates from the Central
union and the resignation reslgnatlonwasac was ac ¬
cepted
The child labor law was discussed
and it was announced that letters Ija l1at1
been received from a number of inm
bers of the House and Senate commit con i1it ¬
tees on ori the District of Columbia most
of which were favorable
SUPPLEMENTARY PETITION
IN THE RIDOUT CASE
In connection with the proceedings in
bankruptcy instituted against agaInsLTohn John Rid
out o t January Ja nuary 4 a asu supplemental p ementalpetltlpn petition
was filed by the original petitioners
With TUh the exception that on January 1 10
l Mr Ridout admitted in in n writing his In ¬
ability to pay his debts the matters set
forth are the same as in the first credi ¬
tors torspetitlon tors petition
The petitioners are are Sarah S SanihM rahl > MBaxfer B Baxter xter
Lester D Platt and Elizabeth It H Mc 1 fc
Calla creditors for sums sums aggregating
892250
They The are represented by b William E
Ambrose mbrose Mason N Richardson and J
Jllller nIlerKenyon Kenyon
CHESS MASTERS MEET
IN BIG FINISH MATCH
PARIS Jan St 2tPreUn 21prethninarl Preliminary iinao negotia ¬
tions between F j J Marshall Mars 1aU the Amen ¬
can chess c ess master and D Janbwski
chess champion of France for their
match of eight eightgtmts games up were wereconclud conclud ¬
ed here and the players pliyershaveagreed have agreed to
open hostilities at 130 130 130oclock oclock this after ¬
noon
Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays Satur das
will iIl be the regular play pl days da s and Play pJa
will be conducted under the time tlm limit
of thirty moves for the first two hours
an and < l ut the rate of fifteen moves an hour
thereafter The player first scoring eight
victories ic orles draws draw3not not counting will m be de ¬
dared cl zed winner of the th match and of the
stakes tak s of 1000 together with the purse
provided by Prof Isaac Isaac 1aC L Rice of New
York
ON STATUTORY STATUTORYCROUNDS GROUNDS
Bartho M 11 Woodward has been di ¬
vorced from Gallia G llia L Woodward Yoo ward on
statutory grounds The decree decreew which hich I
is signed by Justice Anderson permits
Mrs Woodward to resume her maiden m i cn
name Bertha M Limmerman Li IIlmerman
Times Want Ad Branch
Want Van advertisements for The Evening
and Sunday Sunda Times will be received at
regular office rates rat sat at V Hugo Eisen
beiss Pharmacy Pharmac Corner orner Seventh and B
Streets southeast
UNION VETERANS 7 ONION U JION I I
FORMS NEW REGIMENT I
About for feidy ty b of ofthe the veterans of the I
civil war who saw at least two twoyeans years I
service at the front assembled aBs mbled in Stan ¬
ley Ie j Hall H a U Soldiers Home e last la st night and
organized a 1 regiment to be oe known as I
John C Kelton Regiment Union Vet ¬
erans eran s Union All the members are in ¬
habitants of of the Soldiers Home
General Rackecliffe mustered the regi ¬
ment assisted br b Colonel Block divis ¬
ion chief of staff Colonel Carey officer
of the day Colonel Fugett Ca CapLC Capt pt C L 1
Eaton Colonel Byrns and Alonzo B
Eaton adjutant
The charter chartprmembers members arc Charles A
Stoddard James Thomas John P
Wright rlght James C Walters Andrew
Friend Mathias Hastings John Cole
Peter Kemp Michael Ityan Thomas
Green Jerome F Dandelet Edwin S
Libby Libb Albert H Triggs Alexander A mder
Campbell William H Anderson Jacob
IBender Bender Joscph PIcard Michael 1nCha el Mahair Ma narr
I Thomas Day Da James Barnes Barn Daniel
r Gallagher GalIagh rTames James C Walters Alfred Ured O
Hays Henry F Meyers
After being beingobU3ted obligated the members
organized orgnnizedand and elected the following om ffi j
cers Alexander Campbell colonel
James H Barnes major Thomas Day Da
I chaplain Charles A A Stoddard quarter
master These officers will be installed
Thursday evening February 2 and a
smoker will be beheld held the theSlme same evening evening
i in Stonier Hall Soldiers Sol piers Home
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This Solid SoUdOd Oat Oa Shoe Pol ¬
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strong 1 and an d well made Spe ¬
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This HarawoocL XnrdwoottCutting Cutting Table with
36inch measure on top turned legs rnm
strong and an nicely nic elYfin1 finished shed Worth I
89c Special value
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Cu Curt Curtains rt rtains ains
I Iii ii Big Bargains BargainsLace Laee Lac
SlCO SlCONOtt1n 100 Nottingham gham Xaco r sco Curtains 91 v 49c
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I fiL50 i15o lSO Nottingham Lace Curtains eo 79c HI
liii 225NottlngJuun b225 2J25 JTottlnghajn Lace Curtains 3129 liii
ill 3300 Nottingham Lace Curtains 5189 IIllfl
S350 Extra Width and Length Curtains S2O9
I S400 400 Extra Size Nottingham Curtains S237 I
huh hirl l S450 5450Pme 450 Pine TTottingrnani NoWnghamCufa1ns Curtains Curtainsa a 5277 I
uhuhl S5OO 500 Extra E trapin Pine e Nottingham Nott Ing h amc Cnrtains urt ain S 5347 jhhtfl
600 Handsome Srussels Net Curtains 3J7 7
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JANUARY CLEARING SALES
BLACK COLORED WHITE
L DRESS GOODS
Your Y pur new dre dress s will YillnPt not cost as much mu h as you think if it is selected from these
lots They are much underprice
AXLr ALLWOOL WOOL Nuns Veiling and Al ¬
batross 36 Inches wide and in all
colors such as cream pink light
blue blu nIle turquoise champagne cha thpagne pagne
reseda lavender garnet garneLcardinai garnetc cardinal c l1nam
brown brown navy old rose
and royal r o al canal to toa any y r 1
yard 50c ard fabric Ourpric Our pn1ee > ta a 3 J 2 C
t NEW Spring Suitings 45 4 to 50
t inches wide all allwool wool real
100 L values I Special I 75 75c c
a yard a
EOLIENNE EOr IENrE in new shades of
i I green blue brown lavender and cadet sky Oj I 2 5 5i
Worth lA9 149 yard ard at at S t J
RAINPROOF Covers Co rs
in new new snring shades shad s < j j
i X worth r t 125 a yard Spe > 110 I 1 1 B
i ial at u l lVr
I 3 SAMPLE S lPLE pieces of Voile
in good colorings < of navy nav
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toyul and steel Reduced Re luced < 7 5 5C
from JLOO LV0 to
SILK and Wool Crepe Cre CrepeG peG C sample
pieces > of these theseIn In colors of brown
cardinal pink Plnkc cadet det blue m p c
and sky Real J1OO 100 quality 7 > z
at a 3 yard ard
5
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Voile V o 50 inches wide 1 I 25
Special a J yard a S
WHITE RITE Eollenne EollennEone one < Jj A A
piece only on I Regular 125 J 1 I I 00 00plcce II I
quality < at a yard W
CREAM White Imperial 4 C
Serge and Henrietta H nrietta all q 9 9C
wool Special a yard ar
LUPINS rrPI S 50Inch 5OlnchBlacl Black Camels
Hair that always sells s Ils forffr for c I IIJnfr
5150 at 150 a eo yard Special VO 98C i
AV Xf f F REEDS Black Camels
Hair 45 Inches wide wld always alwa s e QC
at 5150 lWa 150 a yard ard Special IJ 9 S vJ 8 8c X c
LUPINS LUPl S Black Cheviot Ch Iot I A 1 j f r
Incheswide Inch rwid A1 Always ajsI25 125 a lXw 9 J 8 8Inch
yard a Special l C l au at t
50inch 5Oin h Black B1a ckSfdli Sic Slcilin tlicn n that f C
sells elsewhere at S9c a yard 5 9 9C J
Clearance CI arance Sale price J s
42Inch h Black French Fren cll Voile c
sells Special regularly at eo at n 1 1 a yard arl 7 5 5c
I 42inch Black Eolfennc A FJ
yard real 1 quality I Special a 79 79c U c
42inch Black Crepe Cr pe de J I
I Paris that is a 1 1 quality 7 79c 9c c
Special Sp elal a yard <
Suits in the Clearing Sa les That
Are Good Goo d for Spring Wear
T THE HE vogue d during ur tg fall and winter ter for lig lightweight tweight suits n na makes a es it possible ossible for wo won women n en
to choose 1 sales suits that
during our clearing are specially desirable for spring spnng
r wear The reductions are large
I 798 79 1 7 fl 8 Q for 1250 1250 and 515 15
I I 70 70Suits Salts of Cheviot and
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mannish mixtures blue and ox ¬
E ford Jaunty jackets pleatea skirts
II Com forts forts69c 69c
i i Bo one of 72 to come tomorrow or
II IImiss miss a rare bargain
II The comforts com1ortsars are ar 43 by 72 inches
I I filled flhle with clean white cotton The
I I Icovers covers are arcexcenent excellent grade allkoline
I Certainly a rare chance to buy
l II coverings for the extra beds that
I I will be pnt up for inauguration uguration
I Ivisitors visitors
I First Floor FloorD 25 Street and Ki Eighth hth
I Street
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I I 1 0 0for for 25 Novelty
12 I L 9 7 O 8 0Mixture Mixture and Zibe
line Suits in an colors medium
length jackets collarless br blarid brzid id and
velvet trimmed tnmmeaP1eated Pleated skirts
2 vll 0 0 AA 0 for 53 30 aOHighclaes ° H1 K ighclass hclass Suits of pannecneviot man mpn
A hu f V U Unish nish nishmixtures mixtures zibelinep zibdino and novelty cloths
threequarter length double and single breasted jackets silk
L braid and cloth trimmed lined in guaranteed satin Pleated
skirts
r Q 2 O 1 5 C ff 00 fl for S30 30 Panne Cheviot Suits medium length
Ul U fly front collarless c < Uarless jackets skirts in graduated
pleat style Brown blue or black
1C 16 1 5 CA 0 for 52250 2250 and 25 25
I U Uo J o J U J Panne Cheviot and
Mannish a sh Mixed Cloth oth Suits jacket
and tourist styles cloth velvet
and braid trimmed panel and pleat ¬
ed skirts
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Velvet and Broadtail Suits Stitsone one of a
kind blouse medium and threequarter
length Jackets representing the pret ¬
tiest styles of the season Were S3850 3850
545 45 5 and 55000 5000 To close at
2000 52500 52950
Second Ploor
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Sale Discontinued I
WEVE LOTS of Tumblers Tumble = s laft 13 liftbut but 1Utwc we cannot in detail follow out
our announcement of ofa a threedays three days sale We had several hundred dozen
Values were so unusual that every large glass of ofevery every kind was sold
before noon no n and wo were under the painful necessity of so informing
eager buy buyer era who whocamo came late
TSIS NOTICE ie therefore in fairness due those who may have I ITXXS
been beenanticipat1ng tumblers anticipating a trip triptomorro tomorrow for the especial purpose of buying I
BUT COME AN d1qWAYPlenty TWAY AY Plenty of good bargains in the china
glassware gla 8ware and housefurnishings house furnishings department as asweU well as all other de ¬
partments
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THIS ROYAL RUFFIAN
ESCAPES FROM PRISON
Illegitimate Son of the Prince of Savoy Sav y Walks Out of
Asylum in Gar b of a Keeper Ke per
PARIS Jan 24 24A A daring and dra ¬
matic escape from the Bron Asylum at
Lyons has been made mad by b a man named
Ferrero said to be the illegitimate son
of a prince of the royal house of Savoy
Ferrero who has led le a life of strange
and desperate adventures has suffered
imprisonment t in Switzerland and been
sentenced to death in Italy Ital was on re rec ¬
mand on a charge of murder
In a Lyons wine shop sho p pre recently re celt1 he
made m ade overtures o ertures to a young oung woman oman
which were were warmly resented by her
companion a man named Hirtzler a
Swiss Swi
Hirtzler struck Ferrero and in a fight
which followed the latter is stated to
have stabbed the Spjiss S iss to the heart
Brought before fore a magistrate Ferrero
I Idecllned declined the aid of a abarrister barr barrister ister on the
I ground gro nd that he would have escaped
long longbefore before he could be tried trie He was
sent to Bron BronAsjlum Asylum for an inquiry
to be made Into his mental mentalconcIition condition
and the authorities were w re cautioned
against an attempt at escape
On the following day d ny he professed to
be ill and when a warder came came Into
his bi cell celltosee to see what w hat was the matter
Ferrero Ferrero pin pinion pinioned ioned d him in a sheet gagged
him and nd tied tie him down to the bed
FIve minutes later attired in the
warders uniform and possessed of his
keys and revolver re oler Ferrero walked out
of the asylum and made good his es ¬
cape
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1 HARRY HARRYKAUFMANCO KAUFMANCO
7th s St 1 I 7th t St
Half If = f 2 bSui Suit Sui t
Price OFF b Sale Sa I e
I ITS I S UP p TO YOU I
I This sale is IS llIlportantandshon important and shou ld appeal to ev ¬
1 I er ery y man w who ho apprec appreeiates iates the chance to get a stylis h
I suit at a genuine sav saving ing of o f f50c 50c on the dollar do llar Weare We are
I Idetennined I determined determ ine d that goo ds dsbonght bought one season sha s ha ll llnot not be
carr Car rie ie ied iedover d dO over O Yer to ano ther th er even ev en at a great gr eat loss
I No markup m rkup to mark down
N No XTr 0 Factory Factor EV fvr y qe Cler ingsbu g57 n 1 IIptodate sea sea
I Isona sona ble goo ds
READ This List Listsee see the goods goodsthe goo dstile the greatest I
I sacr ifices ever known 1m own are represente d j
I MENS SUITS ONEHALF ONEHALFOFF OFF
S20OO 2000 Suits onehalf off o ff S1000 1000
1750 17 50 Suits Sm ts onehall off 0 ff t 875 87 5
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1500 Suits oneha onehalf lf lfoff dffil off offr l r Vil W t cfS750 L 5750 750
I 1250 Suits onehalf off 625
1000 Suits onehalf off 500
5750 750 Suits Si ts onehalf off u u u U U 375
I 8EIJ MEltS S OVERCOATS OHETHiHO ONE THiRD OFF
I I 2000 2 OO Overcoats pne onethird td tdo off o ff 1333
I 1500 Overcoats onethird onell hird off 1000 I
1250 Overcoats O vercoats onethird One t d off o 833
I j 1 1000 Overcoats onethird off 667
1 I 750 Overcoats o onethird off o 500
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II I ICHILDREN3 C GHILORENS S KIEEPJWTS S SUITS OHETH1BD I D OFF j
I 500 Suits onethird off 334 3
i 400 Suits onethird one third off 267 1
ij i 300 Suits onethird off 200
I r i 250 25 0 Suits onethird off u U u U U 167 I
II 200 Suits onethird off u 134
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II I 1 CHILDRSHS KNEE PANTS
II I 90c 75c and 69c Gtades Grades Clearing Sale Pries SOc
t I j I All 50c Grades Clearing Sale Price 39c I
I II i CORRESPONDING REDUCTIONS ON ON
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