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May Refuse to f to Carry CarryOut CarryOut CarryOut
Out Presidents Big BigProgram BigProgram BigProgram
Antis Can Find Many ManyWays ltlanylays Man ManWays
Ways lays to Scotch Wheelof Wheel Wheelof vV heel heelof
of Reform ReformIs
Is Congress Con > r s going to be able to with withstand withstn withstrnd ¬
stand stn < l the pressure pressureThe pressurerhe pressureThe
The controlling < powers in House and andSenate andSenate andSenate
Senate alike are not understood to be beenthusiastic beenthusiastic beenthusfastle
enthusiastic about carrying carr lng out a a pro program prosrom program ¬
gram of legislative Innovation next win winter winter winter ¬
ter If they the have their wa way there will willlie wl11be willbe
be no achievements of importance impor tanee In Intariff intariff intariff
tariff reciprocity rate legislation cor corporiUion carpo corpu
po poriUion < tiQn control by b the Federal Fcd ral Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment the Panama canal liberalizing 1lberallzingtrade liberalizingtrade liberdUzingtr
trade tr d relations with the Philippines or orFederal arFedcrnlcanhQl orFederal
Federal FedcrnlcanhQl control of insurance But ButTh ButTh ButThe
Th The < President Is preparing a strenuous strenuousprogram strenuouprogram strenuousprogram
program for forcansideraIan consideration Just what whatarticles whatartlcls whatarticles
articles will be placed as pieces de re resistance resistance resistanee ¬
sistance in the executive menu cannot cannotbe cannotbe i ib
be b said but there will be enough of ofthem ofthem i itht
them tht > m to keep the digestive d gesUu powers of a asomewhat a asomewhat aomewhat
somewhat lethargic Congress fully un occu occupied occupied occupied ¬
pied and working overtime overtimeThe ayertimeThe overtimeThe
The Interstate Commerce Law convon convontiun convontlon convention
tiun is to meet again n Chicago prob probably pr probably > b babl3 ¬
ably in October to give voice to the re renewed renewed renewed ¬
newed demand for rate legislationPrepating legislation legislationPreparing legislationPreparing
Preparing Trouble TroubleThe Troublelhe TroubleThe
The advocates of reciprocity and tariff tariffmoderation tariffmodcNUon tariffmoderation
moderation are even now in convention conventionIn canv nUon nUonin
In Chicago preparing trouble for the thestandpatters thest thestandpattsrs
standpatters standpattersKew st standpattsrsNew andpntterscW
New cW Yorks legislative legfslatlvecommittee committee is isorganizing isorgnnlzln isorgnnizin
organizing for a thorough inquiry into intothe intothe Intothe
the conduct cond t of life insurance that will willhardly willlUlrdly willhardly
hardly fail to Impress the public with withthe withthe withthe
the absolute necessity for effective Fed Federal Fedrll Federal
eral rll control eontrolAnd controlAnd controlAnd
And the question recurs Is the armor armorof armoroJ armorof
of Congressional indifference heavy heavyenough heav heavenough heavyenough
enough to resist fe lst these combined as assaults assaults ass asssaults ¬
saults If it proves that that1t it is the next nextquestion nextqUtstion nextquFstion
question is whethor the Republican ship shipJms sblPlHf shipfls
Jms > sufficient buoyancy buaanc to carry it itthrough 1tthrQugh itthrough
through the storms of next years ears Con Congressional CongnssIQnal Congr ¬
gressional gr ssIonal campaign without being beingfoundered beingfoundered beIngfoundered
foundered founderedThe founderedThe founderedThe
The Presidents Presld t s disposition in the mat matter mattor matter ¬
ter of serving sJr1m seryh his banquet oC strenu strenuosity strenuesity trenuoOit
osity oOit will have a good deal to do with withthe wIththE withilie
the Congresiipnal Congre = i llal disposition to assimi assimilate aSldmIl assimilate ¬
late l t it Expectation Expectation is that instead of ofserving ofs i
serving s rving It In courses the President is issuing isgoing I Igoing
going tp f put the thewhole whole feast on the table tableitt tablett tableat
itt tt once In the good old New England
boUeddinner fashion and invite his hisCongressional hisl hist
Congressional l ongr lonal guests to reach for what whatthey whatthey whatthey
they want and ask for anything anythlJ1gthey they
dc dont > > nt see
Enough and More MoreThere MoreThere MoreThere
There is little IlttIef fear ar that Congress CongresswU CongresswUff will willfpc1 Willfeel
feel ff < = l the need of any extras extrasSome extrasSOffit extrasSome
Some people have been Intimating that thatIf thatit thatif
If i the he President Ptesldent WOUld adopt dopt the course courssdlnner courscdlTlner coursedinner
dinner fushisn and get one course at a atime atime atine
time disposed of > e would come nearer nearersuitlns nearer5uitln nearersuiting
suiting 5uitln his fare to the digestive capacity capacityof cpacit cpacitt
of t the legislative branch But the Presl Presidt Preslcjtnt Preslknt
dt cjtnt nt isnt much on these newflangled newflangledIdeas newflangledIdeas newIlangledideas
Ideas and it it Is hardly har Iy expected he will willaitopt wlIladn willadot
aitopt adn t them at this time timeWith timeltq timeWlttl
With ltq such an elaborate program of ofKgislatlvft ofis
Kgislatlvft 1 is glslatlve g siative demands as is is expected eXP Ct d to be behnded behnded behndect
hnded to Congress > in the message It ItTill Itv itrill
Till v ill be natural for the theantisto antis to get getto gettogtthpr togrther to togt
gtthpr gt ther and make common cause Ca1s of an antagonism anta ant ¬
tagonism ta t onlsm to all accomplishment accomplishmentThe
The standpatters sttndp ttersas as to totlrltf tariff while byn by byHI b bth
HI n means identical with the stajidnatters stajidnattersun standpattersn
un n rate legislation are yet largely of ofthp 01thf ofthe
the same i1mf group The opponents opI > Qnents of recip ¬
rarity l tty will likewise be opponents of the themaximum themtximum he hen
maximum n tximum and minimum tariff idea and anduf anduf andof
uf direct revision In a general way
toL to tc the antis on these Issues Js ues are re
garded as the element unfriendly unrlmdl to the thecanal thecanal thecanal
canal and willing to see it embarrassed embarrassedand
and entangled entangledCorporation entangledCorporation entangledCorporation
Corporation Control ControlAs ClutrolAs ContYolAs
As to Federal assumption of control controlover cantrolover controlover
over corporations the same general rule ruleis ruleis ruleis
is applied The antis on other issueswill issues issueswill IssuesyUl
will be anticontrol anticontrolOn
On insurance legislation there has hasnever hasnever hasnever
never been a lineup to give nn idea ideaof ideaof ideaof
of how Congress will stand but at best bestthe bestthe
I the question is a very large one en entirely en entirely entirely ¬
tirely new and extremely complicated complicatedA
I A A Congress as full of enthusiasm en thus Il1m ag agthe a athe asthe
the President himself about getting re results results resuits ¬
sults might well be excused for standing standingaghast standingaghast standingaghast
aghast at contemplation of such an ar array array array ¬
ray of tasks but when Congress is dis disposed disposed disposed ¬
posed to balk and to find excuses for fordoing fordoing fordoing
doing as little as possible the prospect prospectof
of an encounter encounter between the Presi Presidential Presidential Presidential ¬
dential driver and the legislative team teambecomes teambecomes teambecomes
becomes still more promising o of dUll difficulties dUllcultIes difnculties ¬
culties cultiesChairman cultIesChairman cultiesChairman
Chairman Bacon and his interstate interstatecommerce interstatecommerce interstatecommerce
commerce law convention willbe wlIVbe handy handyto hand3to
to prod Congress and so will the thereciprocity thereciprocIty thereciprocity
reciprocity congress Animated con constituencies consUtuences constituencles ¬
stituencies will make their views known knownj knownto
j to atrophied atrophl d Representatives and Rob Robert Robert Robert ¬
ert M La Follette will be b here with withhis withhis withhis
his persuasive ways willing either to toscare toscare toscare
scare his colleagues or to coax them themto themto themto
to feed them vinegar or honey accord according according accordlag ¬
ing to his Is diagnosis dlaS 1QsL9 of their needs needsExcuses needsExcuses needsExcuses
Excuses In Plenivi PlenjvBut PleniviBut PlenvBt
But In such a maze of legislative de demands demand demands ¬
mands Congress will ill have plenty pl nty of ofexcuse atcxcuse ofexcuse
excuse for delay del a and andno1accompJlsh andno1accompJlshm nonaccomplish nonaccomplishment nonaccomplishment ¬
ment m nt There will have to be a lot more moroInquiry morel moreinquiry
Inquiry l luir into the rate regulation situa situation sltuatJ90 situation ¬
tion In all probabilityThe probability probabilityThe l1rababilltylhe
The tariff issue and reciprocity looked lookedpretty lookedprett lookedpretty
pretty prett groggy until the reciprocity con congress congress congress ¬
gress began stirring up latent senti sentiment sentiment enti entiment ¬
ment Kasson l 1Sson and other recognized ex exponents exponants exponents ¬
ponents of the old reciprocity Idea have havetaken havotaK havetaken
taken taK n it up and the reciprocity congress congressis
is likely likel to give it a good start startThe start1h startThe
The 1h < maximum and minimum tariff tariffidea tarHidea tariffidea
idea has decided advantages in the theview thcvIew theview
view of the tariff doctors over the re reciprocity reclprocU reciprocity ¬
ciprocity plan It must be carried into intoeffect intoeftect intoeffect
effect by b legislation initiated in the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House and the House Is I far more moreamenable moreI moreamenable
amenable than th n the Senate Sen a t6 Once On < e passed passedthrough passedthrou passedthrough
through throu h the House the Senate will find findaddltkinal finda findadditityial
I addltkinal a dltf < rtal embarrassment in turning it itdown itdown itdown
down for even the Senate has some
c g SE Eb EbHRE
HRE HRETomorrow
Tomorrow TomorrowWill T ornorrpw ornorrpwWill
II Will be bePositively bePositively
1 Positively PositivelyYoxirLastCKance PositivelyYourLa PositivelyYo
YoxirLastCKance YoxirLastCKanceTKose YourLa Yo urLa 4ChanceAt tChance tChanceNEWARK
At Atg AtThose
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fog fogOXFORDS 95 95I
I We must sa say that we may III IIInot mi minot L Lnot
not have your size in every everystyle everystyle everystyle
style for this clearance sale has ac accomplished accomplished accomplished ¬
complished its object and there is a abig abig abig
big hole in our stock but there is not nota ll0ta nota
a single pair of low shoes reserved so socome socome socome
come and see if your size isnt here hereand hereand hereand
and if it is youre lucky luckyYOU lt1ckyYOU luckyYou
THEYRE WORTH 3505he 350 550J
5 5he ne N J F r f W A 4a R K Pa 913 9134a 913Pa Ave Avet
ELMORE TAGGART TAGGARTjJR TAGGARTjJRmisgivings JR JRmisgivings JRmisgivings
misgivings at times about standing out outtoo auttoo outtoo
too long and too determinedly determIned against againstpopular againstpapular againstpopular
popular movements movementsAs movementsAs movementsAs
As to rate legislation leglsl tlan there Is a a feel feeling feeling feellug ¬
ing difficult to locate but undoubtedly undoubtedlyBrowlne undoubtedhgrowing undoubtedlygrowing
growing that the President may not notmake notmake notmake
make It his paramount Issue His prac practical practical practical ¬
tical recession from the determination determinationto
to have an extra session is i accepted as asthe asthe asthe
the first victory for fa I the railroads Pub Public PubUc Public ¬
lic interest In the question has dulled dulledor dulledar dulledor
or at least it is not so vigorously vlgorou ly expressed ex expressed expressed ¬
pressed as it was a few months ago agothough agothough agothough
though ilr Ilr lr Bacons coming convention conventionmay oanventlanmay conventionmay
may revive it itMore itMore I
More important than this however howeveris however howeveris
is the fact that the railroads rallroa < Js In the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South have accomplished accompl1s ed much with withtheir wththeir withtheir
their campaign campalgnto to organize public opin opinion opinion ¬
ion ion there against Governmentmade Governmentmaderates
rates ratesThey ratesThC3 ratesTheyy
They have told the South that if it is isto isto
to have industrial development it must mustbe mustbe mustbe I
be permitted to have preferential pr rential rates ratesthat ratesthat ratesthat
that that Government Govcrnmentregulation regulation means rates rateson ratesj ratesan
an on a a flat mileage basis with with no preferonce prefer prefercnce preference
once for localities allowed and this thismeans thIsm thisi thisimeans
means m ans that the South will be denied denied the thev thevery thevery
v very ry Instrumentalities that worked to todevelop todevelop i idevelop
develop the North industrially industriallyThe industriallyTile I ITle
The South has been scratching its itshead itsi itshead
i head bI head ad and wondering If there is anything anythinghi anythingI
hi im this view It has ha been be ri made easier easierfor eash eashfQr easierfar
I for Southern i utheln men In Congress none too tooI toopleased
I I pleased at best with falling falling in and supporting sup supporting supI ¬
porting the legislative program of a
Continued from First Page Pagenoon Pugenoon Pagenoon
noon changed a n groat deal from the bitterness bit bitterness bittrncss ¬
terness that has prevailed hithertoThe hitherto hithertoThe hlthnrtolhe
The afternoon was taken up with the thereading thereading thereading
reading of letters that that Major Toggurt Toggurtwrote T4ggartvirote r lggurt lggurtroto
wrote roto to his wife while he was In the thehospital theWipUul the thehospital
hospital prison near death and when whenhe whlnhe whenhe
he was on the road to recovery Dur During DmIn During ¬
ing In his cross crossexamination crO sexnmlnRUon Judge Smyser Smyserhad Smyserh1 Smyserhad
h1 had offered parts of the letters Ittetsin in evi evidence 81lImcebut evideuce ¬
deuce lImcebut but they the were turned over to toMajor to1ujar toMajor
Major Taggavts attorneys attorne s after a hardbattle hard hardbattle hardbattle
battle and this this afternoon they were wereread were wereread Nei e eread
read In their entirety anUrat in the courtroom courtroomIn
In answer to questions QucstIons after the read reading readIng reading ¬
ing Captain Capttunlluggnrls aaRgartsi voice shook and andhis audhis andhis
his eyes es filled with Uh tears Airs l1r Taggart Taggarttoytd Taggartto Taggarttoytd
toytd to d with a parasol and nndlaolcd looked more moreserious mareS more moreserious
serious S > lious and concerned than at any time timeIn Umtin timeIn
In the th trial It was the first limo L thathate that thathate M Mhate
hate and an anger gave gue way wa tt t tu peace and andcharity an ancharity andcharity
Admitted DrinkingThe Drinking DrinkingThe DrinkingThe
The first latter loltr was a pathetic pathetic appealto appeal appealto
to hla wife wlfctolntQrf to Interfere re in his hllibohulf hllibohulfwith behalf behalfwith behalfwith
with Colonel GolaucllIlner GolaucllIlnerwreH Miner MinerTell MIierTell
wreH Tell Colonel Miner for Gods sake > ulte to tolet tolet
let poor Tag out ho said said There was wasan wasan wasan
an admission also that liquor was a acause acaUHe acause
cause of the troubleWhere trouble troubleWhere troubieYhcre
Where Where were you when you wrote wrotethis wroteUllR wrote wrotethis
this asked asI ed Mr Sterling SterlingIn SterlingIn
In the hospital prison prisonWhy lrlsonVl1Y prisonWhy
Why were you confined there thereOn therel therelOn thereOn
On the 1st of July Immediately after afterColonels afterColonels afterColonels
Colonels Miner and HofE had been to myhouse my myhouse m mi10URC
house thin tIll information Inforllu tlon that I receivedwas received receivedwas receivedwas
was tiiat tlmt t1llt Mrs Taggavt had hn < J told Colonel ColonelMiner ColonelIlluL ColonelMiner
Miner thut I had hadfut put her out on the thostreet thnstreet thestreet
street only partly l rtl3 attired I understood understoodn undcratla undcratlan
a n courtmartial would be based bl bn 3cd cfl on 11 that thatstatement thatstatement thatstatement
statement when that letter was writ written written written ¬
ten tenThe The witness said he had not drunk a adrop adrOl adrop
drop the night of Juno 30 the night the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble at the house occurred occurredI
I had advice from the officer In Incharge Incharge incharge
charge of me me to protect my wife In re regard regard re regard ¬
gard to another story which had gone gonearound gonearound gonearound
around the post the night before andwas and andwas undwas
was advised ndvlsedto to write a letter of most mosthumble mosthumble mosthumble
humble apology apola to Colonel Miner MinerWhy 11lnerYhy MinerWhy
Why did you you write that letter letterTo letterTo letterTo
To Protect Wife WifeMy Wifefy wifefy
My fy first motive was to protect mywife my mywife mywire
wife from the story storymy my m second to avoid avoida avoidacaurtmartlal avoida
a courtmartial acaurtmartlalnil courtmartialWhat courtmartialSVhat
What nil t else elseI al elseI c 1
I desired to get out of prison prisonAnother prisonAnother prisonAnother
Another fetter letter said saidMother saidMother saidMother
Mother mother can all those trou trotables troubles tOliblesbe ¬
bles blesbe be true or ant I only asleep Please Pleasetell Pleasetell Pleasatell
tell me why wh r you would drive me me to in insanity insan1t insanity ¬
sanity san1t when wh l I was wnsonl was only insanely jealous jealousDont jealoufDont jealousDont
Dont you remember that Sunday when whenyou whenyou whenyou
you came upstairs and promised me youwould you youwould youwould
would not provoke me any any moreIf more moreIf moreIf
If I could only see you ou for a momentRepublican moment momentRepublican momentI
Republican President pr esldent to refuse their theirsupport theirsupport theirsupport
I support to the legislationCongress legislation legislationCongress leglslatianCongress
Congress when it happens to prefertalking prefer prefertalking preferllkln
talking llkln g to working wo rlting never has difficultyfinding difficulty difficultyfinding difficultyfinding
finding things to talk about It will willcertainly willcertainly willcertainly
certainly have no difficulty the coming comingwinter comingwinter
winter There is the canal for instance in instance InI ¬ I
stance stanceSenator stanceSenator I
I Senator Morgan alone will be ablewithout able ablewithout
without an effort to spread his I told toldvou toldI toldyou I
you so over several precious eclous days daysThere daysThen daysThere
I There There must be Investigations Investlgatlansnnd pro and inquince in inquiries ¬ I Iqulrles
quince and hearings before Congress Congresswill Congresswill I
will be able to make up its mindwhether mindwhetherit I
it wants a sea level or a lock canal andwhether and andwhether nndwhethO
whether r it likes lock canals cmalsat at thirty thirtyor thirtyor
or sixty feet elevation elevationThe elevationThe elevatiodThe I
The oldtime opponents of the Panamaroute Panama Panamaroute PanamaI
route rautewHl will have the chance to renew in inview Inview inview
I view of the troubles troublasat at Panama their theirdemand theirI theirdemand
demand dfim and that the canal be moved to the thenorthern thenorthern thenorthern
I northern route and the opponents of ofany ofan ofany
any an canal at atall all will doubtless make makecommon malteI makecommon
common cause with these theseThat theseThat theseThat
I That there will tie a determined effort
how happy I would be May God blo bloyou bless blossyou blessyou
you every hour of your life and may He Hemnko Hemake liemake
make me a better man manWont maul munIVont maulWont
Wont you a1 let Culver go with m me on ontho ontho onthe
tho range rnnCcf lie has been such an angel angelmid angeltud angeland
mid you know how I lovo him May God GodbloHS Godbless
bless you and may there be a sweet sweethereafter sweethercafier weet weethercantr
hereafter where lwre we can live and lov lovLei love loveLet loveLet
Let m me now kiss you as I 1 used USQ < J to and andsay nndjony andsay
say good goody by
Dearest Grace GraceA
A tense tn quietness spread sprcu < 1 over the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court room us the attorney In slow quiettones quiet quiettones qUietI
tones read the following letter which whichTaggart whichraggarl whichTaggart
I Taggart heard with his face burled b inhis in inhiH n nhis
his hands resting on his knees kneesj kneesDearest
I j Dearest Grace Grl1ceI I shall hull not pass over overI
r I Thanksgiving without saying that I am amI amI amthankful
I I thankful thankt I for you 1 never knew what It Itj i iWUH 1
j was to be unhappy un mppy In all those years yearsI earS I Ii
i I If all the thesalnts saints had come below to tell tellme tellme
me that something would come between betweenUs
Us 1 would not have huv believed It ItYour itYou itYoul
Your You love for me was all I had and andall andI andall
all I asked for on this earth It seems seemsas Hcemsaslf seemsas
as aslf If Some 80m e devil caused c lUsed our wretched wretchedI wretchedIneSs wretchedftess 1 1ness
I ness I appea uppcaJta appeal to you ou dear I believe believethat believethat
that I was insane over my family familyNo familyI familyNo I I
No person ever sought a surer way wayto wayto wayto
I to unhappiness than by seeking to get getoven getIt getoven
oven It Is no effort for me to be kind kindand kindand
and an affectionate under normal condi conditions condltians conditions ¬ I
tions i I hive Kye g C my tn pledge that no legal legalaction legalI legalaction
action will be ce taken bv b me As I look lookfor lookfor lookfor
I for paper to write this letter a book bookopens bookI bookopens
opens at a picture of our dear baby babyI llb llbI babyI
I I humbly pray that you forgive me meIn meIn mein
In the name of our dead child For Forgive ForI Forgive ¬
give me for all that I have done When Whenour Vh en enour
I our wedding day shall come again I 1know Iknow II
know we can forgive if not forget and andwe andwe andwe
I we shall be as happy and I shall be as asloving aslovIng asloving
loving a husband hus andas as when our children childrenj childrenwere
j I were born I will never be myself again agalauntil againi agal agaluntil
i until I see you and the thechUdren thechUdrenI childrenI children childrenTold
Told of Romance RomanceThe RomanceThe
I The major said he was still detpined detainedat detpinednt
at Colonel Miners order in the Fort FortLoavenworth FortLeavenworth FortLeavenworth
Leavenworth hospital when he wrote wrotethis wrotethis wrotethis
this letter Several others were readall read readall readall
all In the same loving strain strainTho strainThe strainThe
The mind of the writer ran back to tothe tothe tothe
the days of his courtship and traced his hishappiness hishappiness hishappiness
happiness through the years until the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first black demon crept into their home homeOh homeOh homeOh
Oh what days and years those thosewere thosewere thosewere
were wrote the major not a discord discordant dlscordant discordant ¬
ant note in one of them Could his hiswife hiswire hiswife
wire wife forget the past pastthe the time when hen two tworomancing tworomancing tworomancing
romancing hearts made vows vows that they theythought theythought theythought
thought were to be eternal on the wood wooded wooded wooded ¬
ed shore of Lake Michigan near Fort FortSheridan FortSheridan FortSheridan
Sheridan SheridanThey SheridanThe SheridanThey
They The had been happy in the East and andIn andIn andin
In every station until duty called him himaway himawa himawayy
away awa to Cuba Even after the war wartlloy wartlloy11ad they theyhad theyhad
had tasted of their old ld sweet content contentand contentnnd contentand
and all might have continued calltinuedln In hap happiness happiness happiness ¬
piness had he not favored his suspicion suspicionIn
In these letters Taggart blamed himself him himself himself ¬
self greatly and only onl once once nce or twice did didhe didhe
he write one veiled word in reproach repIoachof of ofhis ofliis
his wifeto wife wifeto wifeto
to embarrass and delay the entire canal canalproceeding canalproceeding canalproceeding
proceeding is more more and more strongly stronglyindicated stranglyIndicated stronglyindicated
indicated as the weeks pass passThere passThere
There is the deficit too The stand standpatters standpatt standpatters ¬
patters patt r8 thought for a time that It might mightforce mightforce mightforce
force more attention att nt1on to the tariff schedules sched schedules schedu1ea ¬
ules than they fancied fancl d giving but on oncalmly oncalmly
calmly discussing the matter they have havedecided havodecided havedecided
decided that the deficit is caused cau sed not notby notby
by b prohibitive schedules that cut off offrevenue offrennue offrevenue
revenue but by extravagance Sp Se > they theywill theywill
will wi11go go graft hunting with both barrels barrelsloaded barrelsloaded barrelsloaded
Mamma MammaIts Its very funny you y u couldnt couldntfind cauldutfind couldntfind
find the Canary islands In your our geogra geography geography ¬
phy Here they are areTommy areTommya areTommy0
Tommy Tommya O no wonder Why theyre theyrered theyrered
red Whoever haever heard of red canariesPhiladelphia canaries canariesi
i Philadelphia Press PressMoses > j I IMoses
I Moses August Floor Covering Sale SaleCarpets SaleCarpets
Carpets rugs mattings maUln etc f tC bargained
m 7 A Clothing Sale That I IOffers
Offers the Most At Attrctive r
tractive Opportunities OpportunitiesrJ pportunjtjsO
7 1 0 other events in local merchandising create so much enthusiasm as these thesey
rJ 1 N y 4 semiannual clearances in the Mens Clothing Section Thats chiefly due dueto dueto
to the fact that at no other time is it possible to buy clothing of so muchcharacter much muchcharacter
character and worth for less than its regular price All the Odds and Ends of ofMens ofMens
f Mens Summer Clothing Clothingthis this seasons creations creationsare are assembled in the various variouslots variouslots
lots and priced low enough enough to make complete clearance certain Opportunity Opportunitynever
never presented itself to you in more tempting form formWeve formI form1woPiece I
I T 1woPiece WO P Ieee CP F Fancy ancy S Suits Suitsi UllS I 1
I i Weve made one lot of all the Twopiece Fancy Suits4 Suits Suitsabout 4 4about
about 100 in all allin in fine Bannockburns Flannels and other othermixtures othert othermixtures 1
4 7 5
mixtures t that a sold l up to 20 On sale e on the first floor Saturdaj Sat Saturday t tI tOdd ¬
urdaj urday at atA atodd
Odd Coats CoatsandVest and Vests e Oddlotsoflrousers OddlotsoflrousersA Od
A number of them lett from suits in the th va Odd trousers tr u ers left from fro 1 many of the best bestrious bestrious i iflOUS
rious flOUS mixed fabrics f ibncs weve we ve shown shoat ll and also from rIde suits weve we ve shown shown1I1 in black bl ck and blue fa faI fablue i ihlue
I blue and black suits uits The entire suits sold as high brics and fancy mixtures and also alsosplendid alsol alsosfs2 alsoas
9 as l 25 Closing Si out ll the t 1 coats t and l A jr jrvests splendid r i worsted s trousers t ter To close c closeests se Q Qat
sfs2 sfs2t 4 15 11 365 365Odd
vests ests at t p fio J JAn at atOdd CpJ03 CpJ03Vests
Odd Lots of SuitsAn Suits Odd Lots of Vests VestsAn
An assemblage of 3piece Suits in black and andblue andhlue andl
Vests ets left eft from some of our finest fi fir nest suits Z
and Thibets in and stouts stoutsmostly f
blue l ttle s serges in regulars 65c r rsuits
mostly large sizes and also the remnants of oflines suits that sold sot sotlints old 11 up u to 25 r for forlin ODt ODtOdd C j
lines lin S of Of f suits in mixed goods Gar l I jf jfments y Odd fancy fanG Vests t ests in 111 wash fabrics fabricsmeats d > l J q I
ments that sold up to 20 for CpOA 4 6 2 J 501 that sold up u l to 55 > 5 To close atOdd at t tOdd Cp 1 1 Z 2 D DOdd 5
Odd lots of Youths Suits sizes 14 to 20 in the choicest of mixed mixedfabrics mixedfabrics
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Secretary Secrot ry of the Treasury SHaw hasi hasigone has hasigone I Igone
gone I gone to New York YOI k and later with his hisfamily ll hisfamily
family who have been in Maine Maine for fortho tortho forthe
tho summer will so 0 Weal eat by way of ofBuffalo otBuftalo ofBuffalo
Buffalo Detroit and the lake JuIces to Chica Chicago ehlcago Chicago ¬
go It Is understood that the trip hag haacons hagcom hascormdcrehle
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the Presidential ambitions amWtlong ambtd nli of the Secre Secretary Secretary Secretart ¬
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Illinois political conditions just no noY r rarc y yare 6 6are
are esptxMnlly eSI > ootnl1y interesting Inlfr thH to U the B Pros Presidential Prear Preardtnthllazoplrans Prosdentist ¬
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nouncement noun ment that Representative RGprCflentntivcWI1liam RGprCflentntivcWI1liamR William WilliamR WilliamR
R Lorlmer of Chicago Chlc gt has declared declaredhimself declaredhimClt declaredhimself
himself for Secretary Secr t lyShaw Shaw for Presi President President PreMdent ¬
dent dentLorimer dentLorImer dentLorimer
Lorimer has been up against some somehard somOhnrd somehard
hard knocks In recent reentpolltlcal political contests contestsin contestsIn
in Illinois but none nonetbe the less Is still re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded a 8S one of the potent factors ih ihthe in inthe
the h State His declaration for Sha Shawho Shawho Shams Shamswho
who was well known to have considera considerable constdembl considerabie ¬
ble bl strength strtn th among a 10ng the business Inter Interests Inter8t interests ¬
ests 8t of Chicago caused widespread wl pspread in interest int interest ¬
terest t < rest in the State as well as outside
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ends tomorrow with a halfday of very special attractions among amongwhich amongwhich amongwhich
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