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Great Commoner Says West Western Westerne Westernrldeals
ernrldeals erne Ideals Are Higher HigherThan HigherThan Highert HigherThan
Than Than t Eastern EasternCHRIST EasternC EasternCHRIST
Book Tkat Created Crft ed Sensation Replif Replifto Replied Repliedto Replieto
to ia the t Ag Aggressive naive Style ofDemeeraeys of ofDemocracys ofDemlerseys
Democracys Larder LocurJuat L0I8trJWlt LarderJuat
Juat at atUte the time tt s when WlSpum W tIIuR JsaWings Jen Jenninjfs J Jninp
Wings Bryan la about to return rem to Chi Chicountry tJkiJ tJkiJoountry tdoountry
oountry and be received with 8M suoh suohdemonstrattoa MOh MOhdemoMtraUoa h i idemonstration
demonstration aa haa seldom NkI al Miw tft been a acorded ae aecorded 0 0corded
corded any 7 countryman of hie a a MtU MtUbook nUle nUlelook NWbook
book by the Democratic leader ha bas bef befbrought 1tMftbroug bwbrought
brought broug t out by MfiClure i Iure Phillip A A C CThe Co CoThe CeThe
The publiahera have been either ver verfortunate very verytortunate vrfortunate
fortunate or very clever Iev in making maJtm makt ng th thpublication tbpubilcatIo
publication synchronise nobronl so neatly wit witlthe with withthtl witthe
the era ra of BryanphobJa into which th thcountry tlM tlMcountry thcountry
country i 1M already plunciae plunciaeThe plunglnLThe plunalDThe < <
The little booklet la called Letter Lett ta t ta to toa
a Chinese Chme Official It waa written IItteft b bMr by byMr b1 b1Mr
Mr Bryan aa an answer to the LetterFrom Letter LetterFrom IAtterfFrom
From a Chinese ChIn Official Of > IeiI issued by th thsame thtl thtl1iame thesame <
same house h three thNeyean years ate It is intcrfrfltina in Intfre fnteresting
tcrfrfltina tfre Unc to know these th former letters lettenMere lette lettewre letterswere
Mere not written wriU at t all by a a Chtneae ont ereMial ontvial omlal
vial lal but by an Bnjrttshman hMth who had as assistance a aistane asDistance <
Distance from Chinese Cbtn in getting tttn < < a gras grasihe granf TaB TaBIf
> If f the Eastern viewpoint The writer writeranyhow writfrWy writeranyhow
anyhow Wy ow attacked the inconsistencies b OIUII8tene o othe of ofthe othe
the Christian rtaUan dvllutatton and pointer potnteour potnt1our pointerout <
our the th wide gap between profession an anjerformance and andtrormanee anlerformanc <
jerformance trormanee In the relations of o Oeci Oecidental Oecldental Occidental
dental nation to t the rest of the world worldCotr worldCOIItra5t worldCoatrast
COIItra5t Cotr t Is I > < Abattrd AbattrdAfter A1MturdAfter AbeurdAfter
After seems eetn China Mr 1 Bryan aaya 78 h his he heit htie
is it convinced of the absurdity ab abo urdtty of thlcontraat tillcontt till thhcontrast
contrast between betw between n Chinese Chln and ncI America AmerJeanute Amrieatlife Americalife
life Therefore TheNtore he has undertaken brief briefly brielh briefly
ly to answer anewer a r and the result is the littl litthbooklet littlbooklet little littlebooklet <
booklet that the McClure house nou e baa ju juput fuel juatput fuelput <
put out outHe outHe outHe
He rightly estimates timat the importer importerof Importneeot
of the struggle 8ttU Ie between eastern a awestern and andutern ana anawestern
western utern civilisation w7 says 7 Mr Bryan Bryanalthough Bryanalthoup Bryanalthough
although he does not always coropra coroprahend COIQprhend comprehend
hend the principles prlnclpl which underlie it itIt itIt ItIt
It is he says y a conMctbetween conflict between idealsbut ideals idealsbut Idea Ideabut
but he misrepresents the Christian na natlnns JMIItlonaexageratM 14 14tlons <
tlnns tlonaexageratM exaggerates Chineae Chi virtues vlr tua and andshows aJWIshows and andshowa
shows himself ignorant of the spirit plrlt o oour of ofour o1 o1tur
our religion He defend national seclu seclusin MClusirln sedueiOn
sin finds tinct fault with lavorsavins ma machinery JItIichlntry machinery ¬
chinery belittles our governmentalrrthoda governmental governmentalrrcthods governmentalITt
rrcthods ITt hod and speaks n of both the Chris Christtan Christfan Chrettan
ttan and the Chinese home in a way wajthat waythat waythat
that proves pro that he has never become becomeruqualnted beccmlenqualnted becomeu
ruqualnted u gnainted With either eitherTaking ettherTaking etherTaking
Taking up his hl anewer to the Oriental Orientalexpression Orientalc Orientalxpreuloa
c expression Mr Bryan says saysAs 38 38II t tAa
As II for their living l1vt without any aY lairsave law laweave Jawsa
sa eave e that of custom without any rule rulesave rulesave rulegave
save that of their own health this th is a apleasant aplfaaant apleasant
pleasant piece of Imagination which whichwould whichwould whiebwould
would indicate that you have havenever never readthe read readthe readth
the th barbarous criminal law of our own owncountry owncMJntrKthe owncnuntry
cMJntrKthe country > the slicing of the prisoner IN IOfter into intoa Intoa
a thousand thou pieces the exposing q of the thetrunks thetrunks thetrunks
trunks of or the tb I beheaded and IL il the extraction extrac extractln oxtractnn ¬
tion of evidence evl eDce by torture having bavlnconty bavlncontyrf only onlyrecently onlyrecently
recently rf > ently been abandoned it t would seem seemthat aesmthat eem eemthat
that the Chinese ChID custom of punishing punishingthe punSahlntrth
the th whole family for the guilt of one onemight ODemIght onemight
might possibly have ve bd b some influence influencein
in preventing a violation vl latl a of law but butthe butthe tut tut1ht
the injustice done by it has been lItO lItOmuch o omu ome
mu much me < h greater than the crime prevented preventedthat preenteclthat preventedthat
that it too bAs been given ven up upthe the man mannt mant manit
nt it t the th head of the revision r vlslon commission commissionhaving commlon118lnl commissionhaving
having received his inspiration from fromContact tromrntact fromontact
Contact with European and western westerncivilization we8terncivilization westerncivilisation
civilization during his re residence tdeDee in the thewest thewest theWeek
Property p Rights Obscure ObscureMr OtlreMr ObssreMr
Mr Bryan BlIin declares that t tpat at property propertyrights propertyrights propertyrights
rights in China are obscured MeU and uncertain uncer uncertain uaeeltafn ¬
tain In the minds of the masses ma of the thepeople thePfople thepeople
people that officials are corrupt and andthat andthat andthat
that the Chinaman at home and abroad abroadalike abroada1lke abroadalike
alike lives to amass wealth and as II a ausurer ausurer ausurer
usurer need fear no rivals among the thewhite thewhIte thewhite
white races racesIndustrious rac racesIndustriousya a aIndu8trlou7
Industrious Indu8trlou7 yes they are contented contentedno
no they have streamed away to other otherlands otherlands otherlands
lands and when excluded thence the thelK theo thehorcott
lK horcott o > veott ott has u been their retaliation retaliationWestern fttJ1tfonWetem retaliationWestern
Western civilisation Mr Bryan in inpiats Injllts Inoists
piats jllts haM been underrated by his bl an antagonist antalOnl antagonist ¬
tagonist talOnl t In this tbl argument He denied deniedthat deniedthat dentedthat
that Occidental legislation baa for a antury arntury
1 < ntury engaged en A84 Itself chiefly with withfruitless withfrultleaaJ withfruitless
fruitless efforts to remedy the evils evU of ofnomic otonomlc ofl
l nomic < condition that thatHtbe the salient salientcharacteristic salientharacteristic lIent lIentharacterbtle
characteristic of western civilisation civilisationis
i is Irresponsibility lrr that the western westernivliizatlon westernC tern ternjJlIzatiOft
C ivliizatlon it has h liberated forces it ean eanrot e ft ftnot
rot of control or that the makin making malel of ofdividends oCdividend ofdividends
dividends is I the univsrU 1niv nd prel preoccupa preoccupation t eu cupa cupat up upUon ¬
t tion the well bring befR < < of the laborer is no noones ftOnn notmes
nn ones concern but the State States StatesIt StAeIt s sIt
It is i s true admits admt Mr Bryan that thatthp thatthf thatthe
the western world him its drunkards drunkardsita dnlakardaIts
Its incompetents its It age a < < eI I and sick Ick it italao Ita1so atalso
also has h the land dotted with hospitals hoepitalehomes hoEpitalhomes hospitalshomes
homes and retreats where they are arecared arecared
cared nr d for And he proceeds proceedsYou proceedaYou proceedsYou
You have lave charged char our country with withleading wfthladln withleading
leading ladln the world in n the mad pursuit pursuitof
of material wealth but I will be par pardoned p8rdoned perdoned ¬
doned if I remind you u that you appar apparently apparntIy apparcntly ¬
ently ntIy fall to appreciate the advantages advantagesof Mvanta MvantaIt
of It education which are open to all our ourpeople ourJIIple ourpeople
people There Is no child so 1M poor OI that thatit thatit
it 1 t may not enter school h Ol supported by bytaxation bytaxatlon bytaxation
taxation and ad continue its It studies atudl until untilit untilit untilit
it has completed a course courseOne eour eourOIM courseOne
One Elective Contrast CODtraatOn ContrastOne j jOne
One On of Mr Bryans BlTan most effective con contrasts contrasts contrasts ¬
trasts ia this thisYou th thY thisYou
You Y ou follow Confucius and a d Menclns In Inassuming 1aasum1nlr Intssunring
assuming that society should be perma permar pennaTIntl
r TIntl r < < ntly divided < lt ded ed bite two parts pare one on part partto partto partto
to he beaVs bests of burden the other to be berelieved bere1le berelieved
relieved re1le d from the servitude I1tucJe to matter matterand mattera matterend
and a nd free to devote themselves to higher highertnda bWbernds higherands
ands nds Scarcely at any other point do doeastern doastern dotastern
eastern and American civilization dash dashmore cIahmore clashmore
more sharply than at this uu An Intel Intel1ctual Inteldual Intel Inteletual
1ctual dual aristocracy to w which but few fewan fewn fewran
ran an n possibly attain with theheat the rest con contUmned eondmned cond
d tUmned mned to ignorance is not worthy tohe to tohe tohe
he praised prai ed even en though the road to < < t it itleads Itleads t tleads
leads through tbro a private school bool and nd is illOptn isopen j jopen
open to such ueh as can afford It ItIt ItIt itIt
It Is l a false democracy which whichwould whlehwould whichwould
would substitute an official monopoly monopolyof
of learning IAmi for < < Jr a a system that instructs instructsthe IlUItructilthe Instructsthe
the ruled aa a well as the rulers nal When Whenonly WRennly Whenonly
only nly those tbo destined to the functions of ofgovfrnment orgOVfmaent ofgovt
govfrnment govt rnment enjoy the tb pursuit of o the theliberal theiheTl11 theliheral
liberal arts It I is not strange that hav having hayInc having ¬
ing reached their destination de8 lNLtloD the edu educated edueR educated ¬
cated eR tad should look down upon those tho e be below bfJo bfJolow below =
low but it would be strange 8tlaft if hi hiChina InChina litChina
China letters were respected to an ex oxtraordlnary extraordinary extraontinaTY ¬
traordinary degree dfCl The wide gulf be between between ben bentweett ¬
tween the educated and uneducated In InChina IlLChina InChina
China accounts largely for or the cen centuries centuries ¬
turies of 0 misrule which the people have havesuffered hayeUrr havesuffered
suffered Urr rNI One of the noticeable features fea features teaturea ¬
tures of Japans Japan awakening awake tn has been
the interest taken by the educatedclasus educated educatedclasses educatedclaM
classes claM In U the uplifting < < of the masse massewhile muMIIwhile messeswhite
while In China those tlto e at the top of 0 the theladder theladder theladder
ladder have seemed not only O Y willing wllI to tostay tostay tostay
stay there alone but unwilling that anyconsiderable any anyconsiderable nJ nJCOIU
considerable COIU derabie number should climb to totheir totlMir totheir
their level
The Folly of Isolation LwlatioaThe IaolaU IaolaUThe IsolationThe
The folly of Isolation Mr Mi Bryan Bryantreats Bryaatreat Bryantreats
treats vigorously vigorouslyI
I cannot agree he says that thateither thatther thateither
either ther national necessity or nationalwelfare national nationalwelfare natioaaltare
welfare tare requires reqvlr nonIntercourse nonltereou1tetWe8D nonltereou1tetWe8Dnatlon between betweennations betweennations
nations There is Inexp neX1J nexpnaihs neaiMS egotism egotismhi e < < Otiam Otiamm
hi your OUr declaration that your you nauon nat on or orany oray orany
any ay other is I so 8 complete eOlft lee hi Its I IslOlUl po posions Fosses Fossesaions
sions and so perfect in its it ideate 1dMJ and nd development de development development ¬
velopment as a to need nothing froii frol with without wtthout without ¬
out Neither is S it a a trots ou id doctrine dO Crl that thata
a society to be politically stable must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be economically h tnclJmd tndtpmden dJp > no > < eftt nt or r that an anextensive aaexteNdve anextensive
extensive foreign trade is I necessarily n a asource usource asource
source of sootal denKwallBatlon denKwallBatlonJapan MJMWILlbBUonJapan deaoealisattonJapan
Japan has amazed maa d the he world by her hermarvelous herJftrvelou hermarvelous
marvelous strides dura durnj tg the last 1 half halfcentury halfC8Dtury halfcentury
century You used u ed to look down upon uponthis uponth uponthis
this th little nation a wth wftk UlcoAoealeJ me M1 dls dtadt dlsdam m mdaIa
daIa dam neither etu the geegraphi rpjtl hI i il prox prexmlty prexmltyof proxmlty proxmltyof m ty tyor
of her people nor their race resemblance resemblanceto tHmbhn 8 8to
to your own could lift them to the u range rangeof rangeof II IIof
of your Our vision and yet et today you treatthe treat treatthe trttM
the plenipotentiaries of Japan with die distinguished d1atlnpi dietinguished ¬
tlnpi tinguished bed consideration and employ her hersons herIIOIUI hersons
sons as school teachers in your budding buddingschools bud41qlIOhool buddingschools
schools and as drillmasters drlJlma rerB in your yourgrowing yourgrowiftK yourgrowing
growing army When did this thl change changetake ell elltake changetake
take place 7 When did this error begin beginWas beginVas T TW
Was W Vas it not when she e abandoned A1NIn M the very verypolicy verypolICy verypolicy
policy of seclusion which whle you hug b to toyour toOttr toyour
your Ottr breast breastIngenioui weaatr weaatrIngenious r rIngenioul
Ingenious Not lageattotta lageattottaMr
Mr Bryans Bryan opponent in his hl criticism criticismof
of the west indulged in an ingenious ingeniousif Iqenlo IqenloIt
It not entirely ingenuous Inpnu U argument argumentagalnat argumentagainst rpJn8fttlnat
against lnat laborHaving lab rvtn < < machinery meh1Mr His HJipoint HIIpoint Hispoint
point of course eour e was wa the familiar one onethat OMthat onethat
that increase of wealth is not noose necessarily necertly noosesally ¬
sally rtly beneficial ne lcla1 if it is wrongly dis distributed dYtrlbuted distributed ¬
tributed The laborsaving machinery machinerywhich machllKrYwhich machinerywhich
which adds to the aggregate aggr te of wealth wealthand wealthand wealthand
and which makes both millionaires in insmall IntllDall n nsmall
small numbers and paupers in multitudes multi multitude multltUde ¬
tude tudes Is not especially desirable And Andthis Andtbl Andthis
this tbl was the criticism directed against apJn t
Was Drawing Fangs So He Could Ex Exhibit Exhibit Exhibit ¬
hibit Reptile and Have Fun FanWith FunWith FunWith
lIwILLIAlSPOltT WILLIAM5POIT WILLJAMSPORT Aug 1IP1I1Un lPs1Ungtie Si 1IP1I1Unthe Pulling Pullingthe
the teeth of a rattlesnake rattle nake was bad 1M1dwork bedwork I Iwork
work for David Myers at Tlyoll He Helies Helies
lies 11 at Hugheavllle Hu h8 vtUe In the care of Dr DrG DrG DrG
G TV Metzger his body so swollen and andso andso andso
so mottled that it looks similar to thatof that thatof thatof
of the snake that bit him himHe himII himHe
He II had the assistance a lstanoe of a man mannamed manaamed mannamed
named Ziegler whose hold on the snake snakewas snakewas ftkeWAIt
was too far from Its i l head he d allowing It Itto itto itto
to strike Myers in whose hand hand thft thftfangs the thetangs thefangs
fangs sank Myers Is strong and there thereis tbereY thereIs
is hope of his recovery recoveryMyers recoveryMyers recoveryMyers
Myers sought to pull the snakes snakesteeth snakesteeth nakesteeth
teeth to make It harmless harml he h and his hiscompanion hhloompanlon hiscompanion
companion then Intending to show the theserpent therpent theserpent
serpent rpent to their friends and pose IHNI asbeing as asbeing II IIbeinJ
being fearless In handling venomous venomousreptiles venomousreptiles enoBIouareptU
reptiles reptU expecting thus to have con considerable conldeniMe conalderaMe ¬
siderable fun funAMERICAN tunAMERICAN funAMERICAN
A handsome American flag was hoist hoisted hol hoisted t teel ¬
ed yesterday ye terclay above the tbeJuvenU Juvenile Court Courtwhich Courtwhich Courtwhich
which is temporarily located in the old oldMaefarland oldMactarland oldMacfarland
Maefarland home hoM on F street treet The flag flagwhich ftagwllclt flagwhich
which is eight gat by flve feet was wa unfurl unfurled unturled unfurled ¬
ed by b Judge De Lacy LacyDOG LacyDOG LacyDOG
MADRID Aug 5 L M A dog was wa chief chiefwitness chi chiWItnl chiefwitness
witness WItnl jiI and detective in a murder case caseat ca caat caseat
at Valencia The murdered man was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the owner of the dog do which saw the thecrime the thecrime
crime and the burial of o the o body by y the themurderer themurderer th thmurderer
murderer and his companions Running Runningback RuDfttngback Runningback
back home the th e dog made his mastersson masters masterson muterJI
that something Wall waawrong Wallwrong waswrong
JI son on D understand under tDd
wrong He followed the animal to the theTben thegraves e epave
paveThen pave gravesThen
Then the dog led the seareher seeychers to a acafe aeate arate
cafe Singling out a a man ilttl sitting C at a atable atable atable
table it t sprang at his II throat He was wasat wasat wasit
at once arrested and confessed eonte ttId to the thecrime thecrime therime
laborsaving abor avln < < machinery of the West iigeneral ii iigeneral tr1 tr1eneraJ
general generalTo generalTo eneraJ eneraJTo
To answer this th Mr Bryan first gav gavhis gavh gayhis
his h definition of efteUsatton uauon as th thharmonious thli thlihfrmonloua thhrmonioua
harmonious hfrmonloua development of the humairace humaj humajmee humallrace
race > physically > h7 mentally and morally morallyi
i If this could be agreed upon then thenwith thenw1th thenwith
with a a destination accepted by both botltravelers bothir botitravelers
travelers ir it wcVld be possible b to con consMer eonolder
older 41 the different routes rot t by which i imay 11 11may Imay
may be reached reachedThat reachedThat reachedThat
That the machine may be turned t tevil tel televil U Uevil
evil account that it has brought with i itemptations it ittemptatlontl ttemptations
temptations to new D forms of evil Mr MrBryan MrBryan 1 1BJYln
Bryan does not deny But Uto to argtxagainst argtx ar argmagainst ne neaplnat
against the use of machinery because 1 1introduced It ItInlroclueed 1introduced
introduced new 4D dangers n he observes observeseven obNrVNeven observeseven
even if those dangers are difficult U Uavoid tG tGavoid Uavoid
avoid would be scarcely less J absuri absurithan ab absurtthan urd urdthan
than to discourage d writing wrfU K as a a curfor cur curtfor cursfor
for forgery fonteryMwala tcnwet forgeryMorals
Morals Should Central CentralBut CenuotBut CentralBut
But that the Chinese ChbteMf ChbteMfpenuaent government governmenteven penuaentevea
even should 1I0u1d be defended det nded by thi Eastern Easternwriter Kastenwriter Fa tern ternwriter
writer is almost too much for the pa patience p ptlence pahence
hence of the great eat commoner He H de defends detencIII defends
fends the selection of officials oat by 1t1Uon elee eleetfcm eleetea
tea rather than by cospaftlve exam examInation edmlaattcm examintttion
Ination settras stung u1nc forth that moral oral quail quailficatlons quaUfteat10na quasifleatlona
ficatlons are of bJtrher impfirt I im rt t in olfl olflthan oUle oUlethan I H Hthan
than any other Wealth true t influ influSpces inftupeoI infiuSheen
Sheen elections more In America thai hayit thaiit tMJIIt
it should bould but there ja is nothing that UK UKpeople tlHIPfOple thipeople
people cannot do if thq they will Govern Government Government Government
ment derives cJeriv its just powers from th thconsent thtconsent Utt UtteonMftt
consent of the governed governedIn
In conclusion oon lUlden Mr Bryan writes writ a lit littie 1Ittie little
tie contrast of t Christianity Ch Unlty and Confu Confucianlsm Cofttuclant Contueienlzm
cianlsm cianlsmAs clant eienlzmAs m mAs
As a fountain of water JuuIo issuing < < from frona fromA
a a hillside clothes o1otb a barren plain witl witlverdure wltlverdure 1tl 1tlverdure
verdure so IN Christianity has aeatterw aeatterwooees 8GattereolfCIIJM soatterefoases
oases throughout China and is today todayex todayexertlng ex exertina ezerttng
ertina an a Influence Mr Ir greater than th thactual tlHactual thactual
actual church membership would In IndteucH 1ftdleff indkate
dteucH Schools have followed the Chris Christian Claratian Christhan
tian teachers and hospital ho pltala have sprung spninjup apnaftSup sprungup
up in the wake of the medical mission miaelonary miMionary missionary
ary The light ll < < ht from the Cross Croe has fal fallen fallen fallen
len upon the Chlneee home and nd already alreadyitn alreadyIt alreadyits
its It quickening influence is shown iischools ii h1 h1I Irachuois
I schools for girls lid and societies IIOCtetl for the thediscouragement ttadiscouragement
I d1acouram discouragement nt of footbinding eMit ehlkmarriage ehikiI eMitmarriage
I marriage and other evils evil Tour atu atudents students tu tuI
I dents even if they do not confess conte th thsource the theaoureel thesource <
source are appropriating the results re ults o oChristianity 01 01i
aoureel Christianity Cbrtt Christianity antty
T Te Send Him S7S 75 With Which to Pur Purchatt Purchut Purchase
chase Artificial Knee KneeCap KneeCap KneeCap
2UBADIKO Pa Aug Au 6 The wIdow wldocof wldevof wIdowot
of Russell Sage flag is t gcIn gchijr to send J7S 15 1 t tChristopher to toChrJ ti tiChristopher
Christopher ChrJ topber Berber of Pottstown fo fothe tor tor1M fothe
the purchase purcha e of an artificial knee cap capBeeber capBMber capBerber
Berber at t present is I unable to move movas move movea moveas
as a the result of an accident at a local Iocsiron localjrCJl locaIron
iron plant Mrs Sage promised to sent sentthe sand sandthe
the the money In a letter which Berber re reoelvod reoeivod
oelvod today todayRISKS t todayRISKS day dayRISKS
ODESSA AUK 36 JIiGerlu Gerlusoff ott in th thCaucasus the theCaueaaua thnCaucasus <
Caucasus produced a modern Andre Andromeda Andremeda ARdroma
meda ma in the Princess Prlnoe Nartadnen NaridK R daugh daughter dughter daughter
ter of a a rich chieftain who was oarrletoff carriedoff carried
off 0 < < by Tartar raiders rAId during a a reeen reeenfeud recent recentfeud remifeud
feudTile feud feudThe feudThe
The c qpturera ptnrera of the princess demand demanded demanded demanded
ed a ransom of 10000 rubles rubl which her heifather her herfather herfather
father was Va willing wlllln to pay The Russiaauthorities Russia Rulan Rulanautborttles Russianauthorities
authorities however weftl refused retu d to encour encourage encourp encoursge
age p the adbuctors and announced they thejwould theywould theywould
would recover the captive by force Th ThTartars The TheTartan TheTartars <
Tartars conveyed the prince princess to the thihigh the thehfah thehigh
high hUla bound her to a tree refused rafusacto r refusedto lu8 d dto
to give her food t foot and A d said that sh shmight she shemight be bemigftt <
might die if the ransom were not forth forthcoming tortbcoming forthcoming ¬
comingNext coming comingNext comingNext
Next day the Russians appeared app ared in i ivalley a avaney a avalley
valley underneath under eath but were ambuscade ambuscadetnd ambuscadesotand
and 114 obliged to retreat A young office officewho officeo officewho
who o had heard of the princess beauty beautythereupon bu buthpon beautythereupon
thereupon swore that he would deliver dellvoiher deliverJaer deliverher
her alone aloneHe aloneHe lone loneHe
He climbed the mountain at night nightpenetrated nIghtpenMrated nightpenetrated
penetrated the bandits baa ltll camp and cui cuithe cut cutthe cutthe
the captives bonds bond The pair fled Th Thindtts The Theb Thebeiidtts <
b indtts ldt l pursued and by a a chance oe shot shotiknown shotunmo1nl shatanknowtt
unmo1nl iknown to themselves struck strut tie res rester rescuer remrose
rose ter in the chest heet The Tt princose bound bouncp boundup boundup
up p the wound ncI waited beside H ld her he dellv dellvrar dell delllilt delivitar
itar rar an night and in the morning ran ranth ranto rano
to o > th the Russian camp and brought back backelp backhelp backyelp
help elp
Speculation as to the Prob Probable Probable Probable ¬
able Future of That ThatBody ThatBody ThatBody
Will Then Cease Ce e to Exist Unless Prasi Prasident Prident President
dent Extends it Another SixMouths Six SixMouths SixMonths
Mouths MouthsA
A condition of o uncertainty y oertataty prevails prevailsabout prevaUsabout prevalhabout
about the establishment tabIMlIIIIt of the Spanish SpanishTreaty 5panl fipanletTreaty h hTreaty
Treaty Claims Commission as to its itsfuture Itafuture itifuture
future Former Senator Wllliaip V11Ua Bthandler B Bchandler I Ihandler
chandler is 1 s chairman of this U commisAeon commis commission ooM18f1lon ¬
sion and Senator Chandler need to be bethe bethf bethe
the closest Clo eet sort rt of friend to the Pr Prdent PrM PrMnt Prs1dent
dent nt Then he acted as emissary eml ary in ar arranging arranging r ri
i ranging a a defensive detn tve and offensive 0 < < al alliance 1Hance 1 1llance
llance of the White House and M the gen Senate sDit genate
ate it to Democrats and uwIw andweb weB that partlou partloular partSoular particular
lar bit of history bl tory doesnt doe at need to be re reounted recounted
1 counted here Anyhow YhOW the eommunliationa eommunV eommunVi oommun oommuni
rations i between tween the President and the thei thechairman
i i chairman of the commission common have MV been beeni beenof
i of J the most brief and Ad formal ever since sincei sinceTerm lnce lnceTerm
i Term Expire September SptemberJThe i iThe zThe
The life of the commlsion comml lon is due to toxplre toI toxplre
> I xplre September 1 unless va the President lre Presidentihall ldent ldentI
1 shall by executive order extend it t an anI another
other six Ix months Under the act ct creat creating erti creating
I I i ing it the commission was to expire in ini Intwo
i two years but if there should then ap appear appear appear ¬
pear need for Its I further services 1HtIVie the thePresident thePreeldent thePresident
President might continue it six months monthsat moatbat
at a time He has done so regularly regularlyuntil rgularI7until regularlyuntil
until the present The new order usually usual usually unally ¬
ly comes about a month before the ex oxplratlon expiration expiration ¬
piration of the term of existence existenceBut exl existenceBut tenoe tenoeBut
But the th present pre nt lease 1 of life is drawing draw drawing drawIng ¬
ing near Its close ciONpainfully painfully near nearcud nearcudtar nearantiso ami amiso
so far as II known at the commission office officeno otrleeno officeno
no vivifying order ord r or extension ha habeen has haabeen hasbeen
been issued Chairman Chandler some sometime IIOmetime someUme
time ago it is known wrote the Presi President Prettldent President ¬
dent recommending another extension extensionHeretofore extenatonHeretofore extensionHeretofore
Heretofore when he h wanted one of ofthese ottheM ofthese
these he went up to the White Houseand House Houseand H U Uaad
and got it signed ped It was more formal formalthig formalthis formalthis
this year
Chandler ChuiJ Still in Maine MaineAfter XaiDeAtter MaineAfter
After writing his letter asking kID < < the extension ex extension extlon ¬
tension Senator Se etor Chandler started oft to toNew toI toNew
I New Hampsbfa Hamp hIN to help Winston WinstonChurchill WItonChurehtU WinstonChurchill
Churchill in his debt against aga1n t the Bos Boston no noton Boston ¬
ton and Maine railroad nd He Is still there thereand UlereINl thereandt
and INl he way bawl ha received the interest interesting tnter tnterIng interesting ¬
ing order but t K so the th people at the theeommlosleng Uteeom theeomm
eomm eommlosleng eom loWs office do not know it yet yetThere yet1IMcct yetThere
There is taa haunting fear tea that the Pros Presidentmay Pr PrIden ProsMet ¬
Met identmay Iden may not Issue it In that event eventthe eventthe t tthe
the business 1MMdn of the oommieBton OOIftml oam in selon lon wouldbe would wouldbe wouldMIlt
be sent direct to to the tb Court of ClaimsThe Claims ClaimsThe CJaJmTbe
The business buatn of the commission is to tosift toBUt tosift
sift certain claim for tor damage dama in Cuba Cubaduring CubaduriDJr Cubaduring
during the Insurrection preceding pree eUnl the thewar thewar thewar
war between ftpafn pain and nei the United UnitedStates UnlLedtau Unitedtatee
States tau tatee By the t e treaty of Paris this coat cotmtry COUlltry coattry
try assumed a eemed all such c1l fully 9fiCa OLfd fQt fQtof < OXG OXGof tid tidof
of claims claJ have t ve been filed Ied and they tH have havebeen bveb havebeen
been b D pared by the commission to an m msignUleant tn tnatpUlout idalgnlfio
signUleant algnlfio at proportion of thl th this mm Nene Nenet Neneot Noseof
t of them has yet been allowed by Y Con Congress C0aI Conuesm ¬
I pen and paid paidSTRONG paidYAff8YILLE pIdHY
HYArrSVTLLJB HYAr svILLE iW 6AUK Aug X sAboul sAboultwentftv About Aleuttwentyfive Abouttwentyfive
twentyfive candidates turned out to thefirst the thefirst tbeAnt
first call of o the Hyattsville Academy Academyfootball Academ Academfootball Academyfootball
football team this week weekPete WMkPete weekPete
Pete Gait the mainstay mlD tay of last years yearsMaryland yearat yearsMaryland
t Maryland I71aAd Agricultural College CoUI elevenwas eleven elevenwas eI eIwu
was elected electeclcaptaJn captain and coach coadaJ J Whit Whitney Whitne Whitney ¬
ney ne and Louis I Lad Ladson dson on were chosen man managers manI managers ¬
I agers a < < er and Morgan Harvey will be the thetreasurer thetrM5Wer thetreasurer
treasurerGalt treasurer treasurerGait trM5WerGalt
Galt hopes h p to pick a a team averaging averagingabout aw averagingabout > ragiBI ragiBIbout
about bout 140 pounds pound With all of last years yearsPlayers yearalayer yearsplayers
Players layer on deck and a td aaxeral l new men menthis meltthl menthis
this thl years 18 aggregation will probably probablyeven prObabl7even probablyeven
even surpass Ulpa last la t seasons strong team teamPractice teamPractice teamPractice
Practice will be begun shortly shortlySISTER sBortlySISTER shortlySISTER
William Murphy colored fortytwo fortytwoyears fortytwoyear fortytwoyears
years old living at OS Sprlngmana Springmansalley Sprlngmanaalley Springmanall8
alley all8 southwest wa was struck In the thehead the1I88d thehead
head with an inkwell late yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeeterdaTafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon by his hl sister 8l ter Maggie The Thebrother Tbe1I Thebrother
brother 1I and sister III < 8t81 got into an alterca altercation a1terctlon altercation ¬
tion and andwben when Maggie found that her herflats herft8ta herflats
flats were not sufficient to convince her herbrother herbrother herbrother
brother she shegrabbed grabbed an inkwell and andsplashed andsplashed andsplashed
splashed the contents over Williams Williamshead WlnsaInsbead Williamshead
head headMurphy beadMurphy headMurphy
Murphy waa removed to the Emer Emerganoy Emerenoy Fmorgonoy
ganoy enoy Hospital and his injury dressedHe dressed dressedHe dressedHe
He was taken later to the Fourth pre precinct precinct precinct ¬
cinct station where he and his tater tjgterwere Msterwere taterwere
were locked up charged with disorderly disorderlyconduct disorderlyconduct dl orderly orderlyconduot
conduct They will wltlbe be given a hearing hearingIn hearingin
In Police Court Monday morning morningLORDS morningLORDS morningLORDS
LONDON Aug 22Socdaltsm 28 53ocIaU Socialism m has h an another another another ¬
other aristocratic recruit The son and andheir andheir andheir
heir of Ix Lord rd Rlbblesdale R1bble aJe has now fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed the Countess coaate of Warwick and andenrolled andenrolled andenrolled
enrolled himself aa S A member of the Independent In Independent Independent ¬
dependent Labor party the Socialist or organization organization organization ¬
ganization founded by Kaiser K lHr Hardie HardleM HardieM
M P PThe PThe PThe
The Hon Charles Alfred Lister the theblueblooded theb theblueblooded
blueblooded b Socialist SoeIa lttt is I only eighteen eighteenmd eighteenand eighteenand
and fresh from Eton where he gave vent ventto ventto ventto
to his revolutionary opinions in the theschool theachool theschool
school debating society societyAN socletyAN societyAN
LONDON Aug 3LAn J5 An old Id master masteriorth mastorOrth masternorth
north POOOO 10000 has been bought by anamerican an animerican anAmerican
American in London for 10 10The 10Thluoky 10The
The Thluoky lucky purchase urchasef was W B North Northop Northron Northcn
ron op journalist who happened to walk walknto walkInto walknto
Into nto an auction in the unfashionable unfashionableleighborhood unuhlonablenelgbborhood unfashionableneighborhood
neighborhood of Buston road where whereiome wheresome wheretome
some iome ancient pictures were being lng sold soldfancying soldFancying soldanncying
fancying one picture representing reprM8lltlnggIrl a aIrl aire
gIrl ire Irl Christian martyr chained to a atonedr atone atoneIr stoneMr
Mr Ir Northrop bid for it and secured the theminting thepainting theatnting
minting for 80 80London U0London 1t 1tLondon
London experts have now pronounced pronouncedho pronouncedtho
tho ho picture to be a a genuine Guido Rent a
Miss Mitchell Bride OfQuincy Of OfQuincy OfQuincy
Quincy Adams Shaw Jr
Two Prominent Families FamiliesUnited FamiliesUnited FamiliesUnited
United by Wedding in inMassachusetts inMassachusetts inMassachusetts
Massachusetts MassachusettslACWOLIA MassachusettsI MassachusettsIltAGNOLL14
IltAGNOLL14 lACWOLIA I GNOLIA M Mama Ma Aug 9i HTwo HTwotmm 11LTwofamilies Two Twofamilies
tmm families prominent not t only oa1 on the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North Shore but In Boston Cincinnatid Cincinnati ChschanatfVaahlngton
1 sd d Washington were united this thisfternoon tb tbatternoon thisafternoon
afternoon at Magnolia In the marriage marriagef marriageOfA Hlrrlageot
ot OfA f Miss MJ se Nanen Campbell Mitchell only
laurhter deueh ter of th the wealthy J Mitchell Mitchellormerly Mitchellformerly
torme1 formerly of Cincinnati and ct Quincy
Adams Shaw Jr one of Borons Boet fts best bestnown bestrows
known rows young clubmen clubmenTht oluDM oluDMTbe olubmenTb
Tht Tb wedding took place ple at the Mitchell Mitch MitchII Klteben
en II residence Glendyne Rev Mr D Dart De Dewart Dowart
wart art of Boston Do ton officiating omelaUn Samuel SarlwelVoleott SamuelWolcott Samuelvoleott
voleott was W1L best man Miss 1 Mary Big Bigilow Bllrelow Bigelow
elow ilow of Boston Bo ton was maid of bonorand honorend honor honorJM
and JM the brides bride aide ald aides jrere ere Miss MI Allc Alice
Vest of Chestnut Hall Miss MI JEleenor 1Dieanor3isrs
SOArs 3isrs Boston Miss rfl Grace Frobaoco FrobaocoIlndnnetl Prob co
CIncinnati Boston C and d Mlsa Kl Miss Susan Thayer
WHEELING W Va v Aug 11While 11Whilethe WhIte WhItethe WhI1ethe
the steamers ra calliope played a a wedding weddingmarch weddl weddingmarch K Kmareh
march Harry Oldham of Cincinnati Cincinnatiand CtnclnnatlaDd Cincinnatiand
and Della Fehneatock of McMechen McMechenW eMe < hu huW
W Va were married on the deck of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Avalon last night The Tb Avalon Is Isan Isan I In
an n excursion oxeur lon boat And nd the couple decided decidedto decidedto
to be wedded there The Rev 8 B
Stupp of the German Lutheran Church Churchsolemnised Cbureb1IOMmn1aed Churchsolemnised
solemnised the marriage marriageSLIGHT man18 marriageSLIGHT < < e eSLIGHT
Fire of an unknown origin on about aboutclock aboutoelock 5 5oclock
oelock clock yesterday afternoon In In the theouse theNHt thehouse
house ouse NHt at Sl ill Second street 1Mt southwest cc cccu oe oeupied 00cupled
upied cu ed by Violet Tlbbs tw damaged the theuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building to the extent of 130 3 tt and per peronal peraonal personal
aonal onal property pro rty J25 25 The house Is owned ownedy ownedby ownedby
by y James Richards
GLBN8IDE Pa Aug Au < < 28 i16Before i16BeforeClarence Before BeforeClarence DetoreC1aree
Clarence Worthington of this place placeparticipated pairsparticipated JIaoe JIaoepartlctpILte4
participated in a cornerlot game of ballhe ball ballhe ballbe
he handed his h purse u watch etc to thetotal the thetotal thetotal
total of JMO lie to William Hemmiach Hemmiacheventeenyerold HemmltJchMVeIteeny a aseventeenyearold
eventeenyerold MVeIteeny old youth saying sayingKeep sayingKeep ytn ytnXeep
Keep them safely aalel for me III be back backfor backfor backtor
for tor them after the gann gannAlt game gameAlt pMeAll
Alt right grinned frmed the boy and he is isWAGOlf IIItwfcJentJy isevidently
evidently still UIl keeping them safely tel ashe as asbe
be ba bee d lup Isappstr red pet the rural police policean4 i iand
and tho those ot Phlf Philadelphia de1pbJa have Men MennotUled beennotified
notified notUledW notifiedWAGON
One of the wagons of the Capital CapitalPaper CapttalPaper CapitalPaps
Paper Box Company collided with a astreet ameet astreet
street car at Seventh and G streetsnorthwest streets streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwe
northwest t yesterday 7e terdlly The wagon was wasdriven wasdriven wasdriven
driven by William Walker of 221 Twen Twentysixth Twentyetxth Twentystxth ¬
tysixth street northwest No damagewas damage damagewas dmaeWall
was caused 08u ed by the accident i
Murderer of Eva Barnes BarnesTakes BarnesTakes BarnesTakes
Takes Appeal to Court Courtof Courtof CourtI Courtof
of Appeals AppealsThe
The The axtciitlett In at Bdwtai l4W1tn Grant alias aliasCharles aliasChsrl aliasCharles
Charles Chsrl B I Grant convicted of the mur murder murdar nur nurdel ¬
del of Bra Barnes Darn set for Tuesday TueadayOctober TuesdayOctober Y YOetobttr
October 10 next xt will be postponed by bycrder bycrder bycrder
crder of court pending the determine deierminaUon determination determinetrot
trot of f hilt aopeal to the Court of Appeals Ap Appeals Appeals ¬
peals pealsThe pealsThe pealsThe
The crime for which Grant was declared de declared declared ¬
clared guilty was committed COIIUI uct January JanuaryIt
30 0 last and he n was called to t trial in inCriminal inCriminal n nCrlmlJNIt
Criminal Court Co rt No 1 1 before bet re Justice JusticeWright Just Ju tlo tloWrJght se seWright
Wright April 21 last and tw > day days later laterhe laterbe laterhe
he Wail found guilty of murder mar4 < < in the thefirst tn tnftrat thefirst
first degree degreeAfter d6frfHAfter degreeAfter
After overruling the motion of Grants Orant0counsel Grantscou Grantseounsel
counsel cou s for a new trial Justice Wright Wrightsentenced WrightJN Wrightsentenced
sentenced JN teneed Grant to be hanged 1aaD d on the thedate t tdate thedate
date mentioned An A appeal was taken takenfrom takelJtrom taketfrom
from the judgment ju ment of the trial court courtand courtand courtand
and th the matter mat matteer ta BOW pending pe c1tftg before beforethe bcorthe beforethe
the appellate courtORIGINAL court courtORIGINAL courtORIGINAL
SAIABURG Aug 11There There Tlt r ia I much muchexoUeraent muchoIt8lllent muchexoitement
exoUeraent oIt8lllent here over the discovery 4I ooyecy of ofthe otthe ofthe
the original violin 101m used u ed by Moaart Ko Mosart Iart at hisconcerts his hisconcerts hiseoncerta
concerts It has been found In the thehouee thehou thehouse
house hou e of a schoolmaster at Mtoerfiing MtoerfiingIt
It had always 1110 been believes that the theviolin theIoUn theviolin
violin IoUn had been be add hi England but butthere butthere butthere
there can be no 0O aotlit d riot t about hout the aucbeu suUwutietty aucbeuUeity DeU DeUUelty
Ueity of the present pre ent instrument let letters Letters Letters ¬
ters and document accompanying it itshow ithow itshow
show how that the violin was sold by Mo MoBarts Mozarts Momarts
marts sister 8l ter to an official who sold It Itto Itto Itto
to the father of the present pre nt owner ownerThough ownerThoQlrh ownerThough
Though eontr cotWtrtKt < ed d like an Amatl Amatlthe AmaUthe Amatithe
the celebrated violin is a Steiner Stela and andbears andbears nd ndbears
bears the signature of the maker JIIk
1ABURG LANCBURGH BRO 420to 0 0I 4261thStI 4261thStIlIP
lIP I 411to 0 0E 425 8th
Stt SttWomens
Womens Taffeta fifa Vfcil Shirt tJllJ E i Waist Waista ffiiJUji ffiiJUjiOriginal 6f Suits SuitsOriginal st i
Original e a Prices Reduced from from ½ to toThis toThis toThis ½
This is a clearing of the remainder of our stock of these theseand theseTheyre theseTheyrelnost
Theyrelnost Theyre most attractive suitsof perfxt perf make and exquisite trim Navy and Alice blue blueand hJe 1Hck 1Hckand
and gray Waist open back tucked and lace ace trimmed fronts short sleeves circular skirts trimmed with withfolds withfolds t tTatfet2
folds foldsTaffeta Taffeta Suits are in high demand for wear car just now and these will willprove prove very serviceable serviCeabie for the themild theJ themild themild J
mild autumn da days shaysThe vs j jThe iThe
The price concessions concess ns are extraordinary liberal guaranteeing a quick disappearance disappearanceof of the stock SockDont stackDont stockDont
I ISuits
Dont be late lateSuits 7 t tSuits
Suits that were 1500 1500now now 495 495Sizes Sizes 32 34 and 36 36Suits 36Suits 1 1Suits
Suits that were 1750 now 595 595Sizes Sizes 34 and 36 36Suits 36Suits 36Suits
Suits that were 1850 now 675 675Sizes Sizes 34 36 38 40 and 42 42Snits j jSuits J JSnits
Snits that were m2250 2250 now 895 895Sizes Sizes 34 35 38 40 and 42 42Suits 42 42Suits oJ oJSuits
Suits that were S2500 2500 now 1095 lO95Sizes Sizes 34 and 36Suits 36 f fSuits tSuits
Suits that were 2750 now 1295 1295Size Size 38 38Suits 38Suits
Suits that were 2950 now 1495 1495Sizes Sizes 34 and 36 36Womens 36Womens 36l 36Womens
Womens ¼ 9iLength Length Coats of White Serge Silk Poplinand Poplin Poplinand Poplinand
and Pongee at Half Price and Less LessVery LessVery LessVery
Very swagger swaggerespecial especial favorites with dressy women womengenerously generously long and indispensable for fortraveling fortraveling fortraveling
traveling travelingAlso Also particularly necessary for the first chilly days In fact theyre all thats needed in COlts till tillwell tillwell tillwell
well into the Fall FallIts FallIts I IIts
Its a great stroke of economy to acquire one of them at these prices pricesCoats pricesCoats pricesCoats
Coats that were J1500 1500 now J490Size 490 490Size Size 38 38Coats 38Coats 38Coats
Coats that were 1750 now is90SIzes 890 890Sizes Sizes 34 36 and 38 38Coats i iCoats t tCoats
Coats that were 1950 now m990Sizes 990 990Sizes Sizes 32 34 36 38 and 40 40Coats f fCoats f fCoats
Coats that were 2500 now 1290 1290Sizes Sizes 34 36 and 38 38Coats 38Coats or orCoats
Coats that were 2750 now mI390Size 1390Size 1390 Size 36Why 36 3645inch
Why Not Not Buy a Wash Dress When the Costd Cost 1 1Is
Is So Little Little45inch d i i45lnch
45inch Persian persl n Lawn Lawn45Inch L wn 200 English Long Lon Cloth 159 159Softflnlah Handkerchief Linen Linen45Inch Linen4Slnch S STine
Softflnlah Cloth X inches wide hafine in inSwiss Inftne
fold foldspecial I ISpecial
45Inch Persian Lawn book finer Tine alllinen Handkerchief Haadk 18t LInenqulIb Linenquality Linen
fine and sheer the Ken genuine lne Imported 1lyard quality el elsewhere lengths ewhere lf oo 1 5 9 4i InoItOl wide medium mtcUum8v801lohere mediumeverywhere
quality that M11 sells regul regularly r13r
everywhere at Sc yard Y ord Our 1 5 for 11 yards ber here weIght a real 7fia quality SOC SOCspecIal OC OCspecial
Monday price priceMercerized yard
special Special U1HU U1HUMercerized a
Swiss Lawn LawnMercerized
Mercerized Waistings WaistingsRegular Waistin s 1900 son yards 42inch wide Swiss 5wl Lawn Lawncolors Lancolor LawnRegular
colors color light Il < < ht blue pink red reree rf f fhello C
Regular 36c and nd 35c White ere Mercer Mercerized le ree ¬ hello maize nile and white blte 15 I IXxtra 37 37lc c Silkfinished Poplin Po 1inf 25c 25cMO 25eneat
ized iladraa radra In dots spots f rf rfneat C Xxtra lxt value yard yardSilk 2 2neat
neat figured and scroll de 2 3V 3Vsigns 5 MO yards sllknnlshed Poplin Poplinsigns a avery asigns
signs Silk Gauze GauzeK very superior quality and one of theLinen the themost theBlouse
fabrics in all colors colorsalso colorst
K > S inches wide in all the theplain most t popular
Blouse Linen t 12 12lc 2 c cStrictly plain shades for thin j rt 1 r rrtreases C also black and white for forStrictly rtpr rtprseparate
Strictly StrictI all pure Linen 27 1 Inches Incheswide rtreases d JellieS > evening ev eveni nln ning and party 12 I Idresses 2 > separate skirts klrt or suits saltaReg saltaRegwide Bee Regular Beeide 25C 25CStrictI
ular Sfto a yard for forCount torThe forSilks
dresses rt8BeS yard
wide ide for fOlladlea ladles and childrens wear
The Sale oj Bltck and Colored Silks Silkso Swings Swingslnto o ge
lnto Another Week WeekCount a
Count upon u it that all the breaks made in the original lines have been filled with silk k values quite quiteas
as interesting as asanythesale any the sale has afforded For example THREE GRADES OF BLACK TAFFETA TAFFETAboth TAFFETAboth TAFFETAr TAFFETAboth r
both heavy and chiffon finish in each grade gradeI gradeISInoh grade11Inch
126 i6inch Inch 100 Cd Black Cyrano 51 tW fi Mlnch SL S115 SiScake SiScakeuwdTSigl Wade grade WatelproolS135 WatelproolS13535lnch WaterproofU1111Inch uwdTSigl
ISInoh l5O grade ade I I S KK ±
35lnch 5115 115 grade 8tc 1inch Ieh 131 grade 1 110 11inch > > Inch tdG oOO Blaek lack Penn de S0ieL99 S0ieL99n
27 and n 36Inch 36 = Inch Natural Japanese Japaneseftabutais a anew i Habutais Habutais27inch auals auals21Inch f
27inch 27lnc usually sold at atWe at t Jllnch usually u uaUy sold at atSale at Our fall assortment of NSW NSWVLJOKSEUKB 1OWIOc NEWBe I
We IIIc c The Sic Me Ie 5115 138 138Sala pSe 1e lIe > > c life 5L 100 ° ° 15 loW VLJOKSEUKB PLAIN SILKS on sale Me We o snd ad adSale d dSae
Sale price per yard yardaec Sale plies w r yard yardMe yard3lic
aec 49c Mo Wo TSo WO 38 4 tIo e Wo I c 6e 8c e 79a i9 io 98 Slob 100

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