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Tennessee Sheriff Arrives Arrivesand Arrivesand Arrivesand
and Tomorrow Will Face FaceSupreme FaceSup FaceSupreme
Supreme Sup eme Court CourtFIVE CourtFIVE CourtFIVE
All Held Guilty of Charge of Con Contempt Contempt Coni Contempt ¬
tempt of Highest HighestTribunal HighestTribunal HighestTribunal
Tribunal TribunalCol TribunalCol
Col J J F Shipp sfcoriff s orltr of r Hamiltoncounty Hamilton HflmUoonountyD Hamllboncounty
county ountyD loon lan accompanied by Deputy DeputySheriff DopuQSheriff DeputySheriff
Sheriff Jeremiah Joren + lah Gibson and four other otherresidents otherresidents otherresidents
residents of their thoirhome home town Cltatta Cltattanooga Clttanoos Chattanooga
nooga arrived in Washington this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning accompanied by a United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States marshal to answer to the sum summons summons summons ¬
mons of the Supreme Court of the thernlted the1nlted theInited
rnlted States State which has adjudged them themguilty themsuilty themguilty
guilty of contempt eon tempt toward that body bodyand bOd bOdand bodyand
and to be sentenced sentencedTomorrow sentencedTomorrow sentencedTomorrow
Tomorrow morning they will appear 8ppe r In Inthe Intbe inthe
the Supreme Court and hear sentence sentencepronounced sentencepronounced sentencepronounced
pronounced upon them em for alleged con conspiracy consplracy condsptracy
dsptracy spiracy and participation in the lynch lynchIng lynching lynching
Ing of a negro after the highest court courtin courtIn courtin
in the land had ordered that all pro proceedings proceedings proceediugs ¬
ceedings against the prisoner be stayed stayedCaptain stayedCaptain stayedCaptain
Captain Shipp who was a soldier of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Confederate Army reached this thisCapital tbl tblCapital thisCapital
Capital of the Nation when it was alive alivewith aUvewith alivewith
with the noise of the celebrants of ofMemorial orMemorial ofMemorial
Memorial Day DayAttorney DayAttorney DayAttorney
Attorney With Him HimWith HimWith HimWith
With Sheriff Shipp came M H Clift Cllfthis Clifthis cmt11ls
his attorney who will appear appe r with him himbefore himberore himbefore
before the Supreme Court tomerraw tomerrawat
at noon RJIU anti Luther Williams I1IIams Jerry JerryGibson JerryGibson Te TeGibson
Gibson William Mayo Nick lck Nolan andHenry and andHenry andHenry
Henry Padgett Pal1 Pat1 ett the five men who have havebeen bavebe havebeen
been be < < > n convicted also by the Supreme SupremeCourt SUPlemeCourt SupremeCourt
CourtUnited Court CourtUnited CourtCnited
United States Marshal W A Dunlap Dunlapof
of Knoxville Tenn in whose custody custodythe custodythfl custodythe
the six men have been placed came camewith camewith camewith
with them Through the crowds of the theMemorial theMemorial
Memorial Day observers the sheriff and andformer andformer andformer
former soldier with his live companions companionshis
his lawyer and nd 3Ir Dunlap moved movedslowly movedslowlv movedslowly
slowly to the street and then drove to toth toth tothe
th the Metropolitan Hotel HotelWhen HotelWhen HotelWhen
When a reporter called to see e Sheriff SheriffShipp SherltrShipp SheriffShipp
Shipp this morning he found no guard guardIan gu guardIan rd rdtan
Ian at the door no signs of an enforced enforcedstay enCorcedstay enforcedstay
stay there Mr Shipp his coat off offwith 01 01with offwith
with writing paper on a a table In front frontof frontof frontof
of him seemed just as unconcerned as asmight asmight asmight
might any other guest of the hotel hotelHis botelHts hotelHs
His S greeting etlng was kindly and no matter matterwiiat ntatterW1at matterw
wiiat w at the the Supreme Court says tomorrow tomorrowSheriff tomorrowSheriff i iSheritr
Sheriff J F Shipp the former Confed Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
erate soldier evidenty is not afraid afraidNothing afraidNothing afraidNothing
Nothing to Say SayI
I cant say anything he remarked remarkedas
as he waved his visitor to a a chair dt Jr We Wehave Wehave Vahave
have decided that it is best to say noth nothing nollIng nothing ¬
ing about the case at alL We are all anhere allhere aUhere
here we will appear tomorrow at noon noonI
I believe b believe Ueve before the Supreme Court to toreceive torerele torerefve
receive sentence sentenceSheriff sentencei3herttr sentencedhertff
Sheriff Shipp might be called a typical typicalSoutherner tpiea1Southerner typicalSoutherner
Southerner He is tall and almost alm St thin thinhis thinhis thinhis
his hair is gray and still un rather plenti plentiful plentlful plenUful ¬
ful He wears sideburns a a mustacheand mustache muetaaDeand musta e eand
and a small sm U goatee His eyes are dCep dCepblue dt d p pblue pblue
blue and vary plainly plainlywhfears not Ute kind that thatbelong thatbelong thatbelong
belong to a man whfears who fears anything anythingThe anythingThe ah thin thinCourtroom
The scene in the Supreme Supremetomorrow Courtroom Courtroomtomorrow Comt Courtroom reom reomtomorrow
tomorrow will be most unusual and impressive im impressive 1mpre ¬
pressive pre slve
Will Appear Tomorrow TomorrowImmediately TomorrowImmediately TomorrowImmediately
Immediately after the Justices jUS ccs have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken their seats Marshal Ma l Wright will willinarch willmarch willmarch
march the prisoners pllllOner into the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room tomorrow morning where they theywill theywill the thewill
will rein remain In standing while the clerk clerkreads clerkTeads clerkreads
reads thecharges against a ft8ttlem them and the theprisoners theprisoners
will be formally charged with
entering into a conspiracy con plraey to permit and andto andto I Ito
to participate In the lynching of John Johnson Johnfion Johnson ¬
son The United States Court refused refusedto j jto
to grant a writ of habeas corpus and andon andtin
on March 17 three days before the date dateset dateset datebet
set for the execution of Johnson an ap application application applicatlon ¬
plication was w > made to Justice Ju tiee Harlaa Harlaaof
of the United States States90preme Supreme Court for foran foran foran
an appeal from the order onl r of the circuit circuitcourt circuitcOurt circuitwurt
court courtThe cOurtThp wurtThe
The request reque t wa was granted and two days days1a4er daylater dayslater
later an order was made by the Supreme Supremetoxirt Supr Supremetourt De DeCQurt
toxirt directing that all II proceedings proceedingsagainst proceedingagainst proceedingsagainst
against Johnson be stayed pending an anappeal anappeal anappeaThat
appeal appeaThat That night nlg a mob surrounded surroundedme
me jail seized the prisoner bound him himand himand himand
and then took him to the county bridge bridgeover BrIdgeover bridgeover
over the Tennessee Tenne e river about six sixblocks JIIxblocks sLxblocks
blocks blocks from tlOmthe the jail and strung him up upand upthe
the rope broke before itfg IIf v was tint xUnotand c tintand
and Johnson fell to the ground and He was wasstrung Vo88trunJ wasstrung
strung trunJ up again aln and to make sure of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the job his body was riddled with withbullets withbullets withbullets
bullets bulletshe
he Department of 0 Justice immediate immediately immediateI ¬
ly began an investigation Inve Uatton and proceed
ings were Instituted against a1 nst the sheriff sheriffand sheriffand beriffand
and twentysix men including Inciudln several severaldeputies severaldeputlea severaldeputies
deputies but these proceedings were weredismissed weredismlM weredismissed
dismissed dismlM d in all cases except those in involving involving involving ¬
volving Sheriff Shipp Deputy Sheriff SheriffGibson jherltrGibson herlff herlffGibson
Gibson and an the four men who were werecharged werecharged werecharged
charged with being members of the themob thenoh theteob
mob The two officials according to tothe tothe tothe
the view of a majority of the members membersof
of the Supreme Court were ere cognizant cognizantof
of the intentions of the mob and made madeno modeno madeno
no preparations to resist A minority minorityof
of the court take the view that tlt tlrtTbf tlrtTbfflctels tJ or ornc offielils
flctels nc ls had no advance information ofthe of ofthe ortbe
the lynching lynchingThe I lynchingThe nehlngThe
The six men will 11I be allowed to tell telltheir telltheir telltheir
their story to the justices and will 111 be beglvan beslv begiven
given slv n every opportunity to prove their theirInnocence theirInnocence theirinnocence
Innocence InnocenceThe InnocenceThe innocenceThe
The proceedings are so unusual unu ual thatit that thatit thatIt
it is Impossible Impo 8ible to even guess sue e what ac action action action ¬
tion the court will take There is no nolaw no1aw nolaw
law having a direct bearing on the case caseShould CAseShould caseShould
Should the 01 men be found guilty of the thecharges thecha thecharges
charges cha lodged against them there isno is isno isno
no limit to the punishment that might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be meted out to Them by the court courtWhat courtWhat courtWhat
What Congress Did DidIN
The duty on lemons caused a vigorous vigorousnght Vi vigorousfight OroU8 OroU88gbt
fight and Senator Root Joined the re revisionists reYislonlsts revisionists ¬
visionists in making a strong protest protestagainst protestasalnst protestagainst
against an increase increaseFinance Iner increaseFinance so soFln8JtCe
Finance Committee is sustained by h vote voteof voteor voteof
of Senate as to SO per cent increase Increa in induty induty induty
duty on lemons lemonsSenator lemonsSentor lemonsSenator
Senator Rayner of Maryland in a ear sarcastic Mrcutic earcastle ¬
castle speech pokes fun at the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican insurgents and likewise taM taMIIOme takessome takes takessome
some sharp flings at the Republican RepubHcanleaders RepubUcanleaders Republicanleaders
leaders leadersSenate leadersSenate leadersSenate
Senate Finance Committee eepected peeted toj tojreport to toreport toreport
report in favor of night nlghtQ8IIIoM nlghtQ8IIIoMEDITOR saackms saackmsEDITOR aes oae oaeEDITOR
MIDDTETOWN MEDDLBTOWN IDDJ lnOWN N Y May a3tej a3tejJohn 11tajJohn
John Wailer WaJl r who has been editor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Monticello Republican for f jnere jnerethan more m6rethan morethan
than sixty aIx y years and is still vigorous vigorousretired ylgoroulJretir vigorousretired
retired retir d from active service yesterday yeaterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon I
afternoon at the age a e of eightythree e It Itis ItIII Itis
is believed his editorial career is the thelongest tholongest thelongest
longest any man ever ha has had in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
SPRINGFIELD III May fa 31 31oollow 31oollowirg Follow Following ¬
ing th the long lon Senatorial deadlock the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general assembly of Illinois Is again againdeadlocked again1cadlCKked againdeadlocked
deadlocked on the question of sine die dieadjournment dieadjO1rn dieadjournr
adjournment adjO1rn eRt the houses having been beenunable bfenunable beenunable
unable to t agree on the deep waterway waterwaylegislation watewayIObllatSon waterwayIo
legislation Io Illation After an allnight session sessionthe aeaelonthe sessionthe
the two l louees > oues es this mo morning re ins adjourned adjourneduntil adjourn adjounaunOI adjournuntil
until Monday Ionda and it was agreed that thata
a further adjournment until Thursday Thursdayshould Th Thursdayshould ntday ntdayshould
> should then be voted votedPREACHER votedPREACHER vetedPREACHER
CLEVELAND Ohio May SI 311 311moke 31Ismoke I Ismoke
smoke and Ill not give it up Such ac actions actions actions ¬
tions do more harm than good That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was the statementsnade statement made ade today on the theantitobacco theantitobacco theantitobacco
antitobacco resolution adopted by the thePresbyterian th thPresbyterian thcPresbyterian
Presbyterian general assemblyby assembly by Dr DrA DrA DrA
A B Meldrum pastor of the Old Stun StunChurch StontChurch StoneChurch >
Church Clevelands most prominent prominentPresbyterian prominentresbytErlan prominentPresbyterian
Presbyterian church churchl
GOLD DUST will willsterilize
sterilize riize your our kitchen things ins and andmake andmake an anl
make them wholesome l esome and sanitary sanitarySoap sanitarySoap sanitarySoap
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sterilizes sterilizesSoap te es esSoap I ISoap
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after germs and impurities inspunto e s and a d injures purity purityand Puri Puriand purityand
and safety s e
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its fine fi n e GOLD G LD DUST D does all the hard hardpart hardpart
part art of the thescum work woo rk without your assistance assistanceleaving assistanceleaving
leaving scum you to take your y our ex excercise cerclse in 1n a moreenloya more moreenioyaole moreenioyable
enioyaole enloya e manner mannerGOLD mannertOLD
GOLD G 0 D DUSTVsg DU a good g gwhich cod honest vegetable vegetableoil vegetableoilsoap vegeta le
oil oilsoap soap to tos which i iis 1 1is
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tinted U1 ted States Marshal MarshalSTARTERS MarshalSTARTIillS MarshalSTARIERS
P1TTSBUSG Pp5BURG P May 31 11Percy Percy Barber Barberthe Barberthe Barberthe
the mile runner from the Plttsburg PlttsburgAcademy1
Academy who was shot by a bullet bulletfrom bulletfrom bulletfrom
from the pistol IIIte1 of t a starter In a race racefe raceJ raceIs
fe J dying d 1 in the St Johns Hospital HospitalThe HospitalThe HospitalThe
The police are looking looks g for a student studentwho studentwho studentwho
who it Is said placet plac r a loaded cart cartridge cartridge cartridge ¬
ridge in the starters pistol In place of ofa ofa ofa
a blank thereby therth precipitating the thetiagedy thetIagedy theti
tiagedy ti aged c
Characterize Efforts Toward TowardLimiting TowardLimitirig TowardLimiting
Limiting Armaments asMlsg as asMisguided as111isguicled
Misguided Mlsg bided and Hope Hopeless Hopeless Ho Ae Aeless ¬
lessLOKDO less lessLONDON lessLONDO
LONDON LONDO My L y 1 IThe Tha Bngflsh Bngflshpress Bnglisb Bnglisbpress nS sh shpreas
press today takes a rap 1U a Andrew AndrewCarnegie A1drawCarn AndrewCarnegie
Carnegie Carn e for his misguided efforts at atpeace atpeaCf atpea
peace peaCf pea In n suggesting a worlds worids eon eonsre eonSre eongre
sre for the purpose of limiting limitingarmaments llmltlngarmlLDlenta limitingarmaments
armaments armamentsAll
I All the papers comment on the theMails theIalls theMalls
Mails dispatch from Paris to the U ef effect effoct effeet ¬
feet that Carhlsgie c Carhl h gle e is sounding Euro European EuroJean Iturollean ¬
pean Jean nations rulers regarding the ad advisability advlsabllit advisability ¬
visability vlsabllit of f America calling such a acongress acongre acongress
congress s aiM < jvhlle hfle they are willing willingto
to credit the Steel King with wlthhu wlthhumanllarlan hu humanitarian humanltarlan ¬
manitarian motives all are agreed agreedthat asreedU agreedthat
that U at such talk is not only hopeless hopelessbut
but actually pernicious The case of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the late Premier Sir Henry Campbell CampbellBannerman Campbellannerman CampbellBannerman
Bannerman annerman who made overtures to toGermany toGermany toGermany
Germany along the lines suggested by byCarnegie b bCarnegie byCarnegie
Carnegie is cited as proof of tjie t e un unwisdom unwisdom unwisdom ¬
wisdom of o such a move Campbell CampbellBannermans CampbellBannermans CampbellBannermans
Bannermans efforts were responsible responsiblefor
for Germanys tremendous Increase In Innaval Innaval innaval
naval building build ng as she interpreted the
i premiers suggestion s as an attempt on onKnglands onJtnglands onEnglands
Knglands part p rt to keep the German Gernjannavy GerDannavy Germannavy
accord accordI accordIng according
navy in an Inferior condition
I ing tq the English press pressThe pressThe
1 The Mail Jail sums up the situation situationthus situationthusThe situationthus
thus thusThe The Hague conference set the theseal theseal theseal
seal upon Germanys refusal Those Thosefalluttt lhosefallultl chosefailutu
falluttt to get the nations to agree to toa toa toa
a limitation 4 of their armaments aremore are aremore aremore
more than J discouraging thJTy th y are areactually areactuaHy areactually
actually dangerous as theynd theyndvari they Invari Invariably invariably vari variably ¬
ably arouse new suspicions p and bring bringnew bringnew g gnew
new ambitions Does the President Presidentof
of the United States possess ossess some secret se secret secret ¬
cret of success which which was unknown unknownto
to the Czar CzarCarnegie CzarCarnegie CzarCarnegie
Carnegie Is now en route to his old oldi oldhome
i home in Scotland ScotlandLAMBS Scotl8ndLAMBS ScotlandLAMBS
NEW YORK May IlThe L The all star stargambol stargnmbol stargambol
gambol of Lamb will close In a frolic frolicwhirh frolicwhkh frolicwlielr
whirh will last all day Tuesday and will willturn willturn willturn
turn Coney Island Into a theatrical cen center center center ¬
ter terFrederic Frederic Thompson a Lamb received receiveda
i a message from 10111 Augustus Thomas the thehad thehpad thehead
had of the club stating that the entire enUreJ5 entire1Y25
125 men who are participating In n the theveeks theweeks theweeks
weeks tour accepted his InvitationFive Invitation InvitationFive InvitntlluFhe
Five hundred other Lambs expect to tooe tooe
oe oe Ie present Augustus Thomas A L LI LIrlanger I j jKrlanger
Krlanger I David Belasco > De Wolf Hop Hopper HoppH Hopper ¬
per William Collier Andrew Mack Macknohert Mackilohert i iliohert
liohert HHHard William Courtleigh CourtleighKuvard Courtldshl Courtleighkdward
Kuvard l ward Abeles Abel > s Maclyn Arbuckle Xrbucklei ArbuckleCharles 1buckleChnrle
i Charles Ivlein George > Broadhurst Ray Raymond Haymonl Raymond
mond Hitchcock Eddie I ddie Foy and George GeorgeV
V Hobart will head th the delegation
The Largest Novelty Jewelry Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment South of New York YorkOur YorkOur YorkOur
Our Annual Summer Clear Glaarance Clearance Clearanca
ance Sale How Going Goin on onSl ons onsl
Sl s SI50 515052 S2 and 4 49c Qr 9C 9C50o
S2 S25O 250 50 articles artlcleacts at Hh5C Hh5C5Oo I
5Oo articles articlesBISSELLS 19c 19cBAZIAR
6 Corner 12th Stil Sf if L W
I i Closes Tomorrow 1 s si June 1st 1stAfter
i After tomorrow this thi unique contest will be a latter of history
Any time today and tomorrow you still have an equal chance to win winthe winthe winthe
the BIG CASH PRIZE or any any of the other CASH PRIZES A few fewminutes fewminutes fewminutes
minutes thought will put you well in the race raceIf raceIt raceIf
If you are nqt familiar witifii wJi w is t thiscontest this contest get our folder giving full fullparticulars fullparticulars fullparticulars
particulars this thisatternoon afternoon or the first thing tomorrow morning ajid ajldlet ajidlet npdlet
let us have your suggestions as to what would be a good name for this thismarket thismarket thismarket
market also a good color scheme and how to Improve OUT our present presentmethods pres presentmethods nt ntmethods
methods of handling meats meatsFirst meatsFirst meatsFirst
First Prize 50 Second Prize Prize26 Prize26Third 25 25Third 25Third
Third Prize 10 Fourth Prize 5 5And 6And 5And
And 10 Prizes of 100 Each EachA
A Box l ox has ms been bcc llal placod d in the front I part lnrt of our market marketcontestants WIl I1f1o I1f1ocontestants O Ocontestants
I contestants may IUD drop tlt thti1 < j suggestions while marketing l marketingAn arkeUngAn
An Extremely C
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The New Name NameContest NameI NameContest
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b be a banner day dayfor dayfor dayfor
I for meat buyers at atBLUJB atBLUE atBLUE
BLUE FRONT to tomorrow toI tomorrow ¬
morrow Our al always alway always ¬
I ways attractive attractiveTuesday attra attraCtiveTuesday U v1a v1aTuesday
Tuesday lOc Meat MeatList Meatlist IeatlllSt
List will be found foundmore foundI foundmore
more attractive attractivethan athlvethan attractivethan
I than ever f > er Many Mpnyseasonable Manyseasonable ny nyi
8Ulrfe 8UlrfeIons
i seasonable suggea suglleslions suggealions
lions have been beenadded b bf > eu eui
i added at this re remarkably reI remarkably ¬
I markably low price priceand Jlrleand priceand
and all PfTK PfTKi HrTJjoIU
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Green Sausage SausageSouse SausageSouse SausageSouse
Souse Pigs Feet FeetBologna FeetBololna FeetBologna
Bologna BolognaFrankfurt Bololnallankfurt BolognaFrankfurt
Frankfurt Sausage SausageBoston SaulIaeBOBton SausageBoston
Boston Bean Pork Porkfor for seasonin sea seasoning ea easonln ¬
soning sonln sonlnPicnic soninPicnic
Picnic Ham HamCorned HamCorned I lamCorned
Corned Shoulders ShouklersVeal Should ShouldersVealChops era eraVealChoptl
Veal VealChoptl Chops Shoulder ShoulderStew ShoulderStew ShoulderStew
Stew Veal VealShoulder VealShoulder VealShoulder
Shoulder of Veal VealHreast V Veallireast I IBreast
Breast of f Veal VealVeal VealVeal VealVeal
Veal Fore Foz Quarters QuartersVirginia QuartersVirginia QuartersVirginia
Virginia Smoked Pie Jowls JowlsPork jowlsPork Jowl JowlPork
Pork Chops hops ShoulderPork slioulcTrr slioulcTrrPork Shoulder SIouIfLPork
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Pigs Shoulders ShouldersCompound Shouldersompound ShouldersCompound
Compound Lard Lardloose LardlooseBouillons LardlameBouillons loose looseBouillons
Bouillons BouillonsChuck BouillonsChuck BouillonsChuck
Chuck Roast RoastHamburger RORJltHamburger RoastHamburger
Hamburger Steak SteakBoneless Steakonel818 SteakBoneless
Boneless onel818 Pot Roast RoaatClod RoastClod Roastal
T Clod al Roast RoastTriangle
Triangle Trlan J Roasts RoastsBonelow RoastsBonlou RoastsBonsioss
Bonelow Rolled Corned CornedBeef CornedBeer CornedBeef
Beef BeefBoston BeerBoston BeefBoston
Boston Brisket Boneless BonelessBeef BoneleBee BonelessBeet
Beef a la a Mode ModeBroast ModeRrea Iode IodeRrfat
Rrea Broast t of Lamb LambSjiuulder LambShuulder LambShoulder
Shoulder of Lamb Lamblnrc LamtoI Iamb1nre
FOr Quarter cualtf > r of Lamb Lannfamh LambLamb Lan Lanfanh
I Lamb chops Shoulder ShoulderS titroulderSulde ltoulder4juldfI
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° ing of the Palais Royal Waist WaistSa1e WaistSa1eHeres Sale SaleHeres SaleJ
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Heres consolation conc solation for those se who whohave whohave whor
r have not ot ye yet secured supplies suppliesthere suPPliesy
4 there is not one waist wa i st among the thethousands thethousands ther
r thousands that is not an aristocrat aristocratMany aristocratevident
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N r evident in every e ery detail dehtilof of style ma materiais 0 0teria1s
teria1s trimmings finish c inishand and fitI fit fitMany
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i 298 for for choice are embroidered by byhand b Y t tt
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t t hand in conjunction with tucking tuckingthats tuckingthats tuckin
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LOT l El as 88e L T 98 LOT 3 2 98
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Such a sale as this is the ff fruit uit of a quarter century of experience expe exPerienceof enceof of everlasting watchfulness watchfulnessConnections watchfulnessConnections watchfulnessConnections
Connections haye been made with the best makers of best Shirt Wais ts tHhe < he outcome of many years of offriendly offriendly i ifriendsY
friendly business relations relationswhereby whereby the best bargains in the United States St tes are distributed distribu d once a year in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington through the medium of the Palais Royal This event of 1909 is already the talk of all femInane fem feminine feminine ¬
inine Inane Washington Wash1 ntn 0 Tomorrow r morning at 830 8 30 will begin a aSi98 the second day ayof of a sale s 1e bringing brin ing a you
5198 198 to t 10 Waists at 88c 8 to 298 298These
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This sale is 1 less SS famous but but not less vorthy than the Waist Sale Time is required to acquire acquirefame acquirefame acquirefame
I fame These readytowear Summer Dresses are a later development than waists but the Summer Girl Girlloveliest Girlof Girlof
of wisdom like the sheep wearing the ben has many tollow foliowsrs s and soon an will be wise White and and10veliest andloveliest
loveliest of colors among these new Summer Girl Dresses and Suits of pure linen rajah raj h silk and vari various various various ¬
ous wash materials Very few worth less than 10 many are worth more than 10 Choice for foronly foronly foronlY
only X598 598 t I 1
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