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In Caustic Letter Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners Forced orced to Bear BearBrunt BearBrunt BearBrunt
Brunt of Attack AttackContinued AttackContinued AttacktContiaued
Continued from First Pa Pare Pareefficient e eefficient 0 0efficient
efficient and economical administration administrationof
of District business bualn It to none of these the e
You have forgotten last there are ate ether ethercosts ethetosts ethercosts
costs osts than money to oe considered You
have no doubt heard that there te 1 such sucha
a thing as II being penny wise wt e and pound poundjoolish pound10QlI poundfoolish
foolish 10QlI h Childhood at beat t to e short Ito Iteihances
ihances do not linger It cannot t afford
to be deprived of any opportunity for
betterment or added add strength Every Everychild Everycblld EverycbUd
child has h a right to the beat possible possibleteaching poaaIbiettachlng possibleteaching
teaching under the best poaelble cir circumstances clrcumstanee circumstance ¬
cumstances s and the Board o of Educa Educatioa EdUC4tioa Kdacatiori
tioa intends Int ndll to see that the children of
this community commur ty have such > > uch help even ovensioner
if the meeklyootecl meekly ted r splrlt rit of fence tlenceof fenceof
of the longsutrerln longsuffering Dllltrict ict Comml Commlsioner mmis mmissiorer =
sioner is s Jolted in n the oontilctCaptain oonittct oonittctCaptain oon1llctCaptain
Captain Oyster in clOSIng aJr aJ a1na B at the
Municipal Architect a choice brand of ofsarcasm otsarcasm ofsarcasm
sarcasm and intimates that the board boardma boardIT1a boardma
ma ytake upon Itself to bring conditions conditionsto condltioDto
to the attention of Congress CongressThe Congre CongressThe s sThe
The Board of Education could not wtask notask
ask for a clearer showing to the mCdI munhers mt mCdIbers n nbers
bers of Congress and the dttoens lthtens of ofWashington uiWashington utWashington
Washington of the inefficiency of at atleast ftlrast etJeast
least one section of the District Govern Goveznment Governxnent Gove n nment
ment than is shown by your letter othe of ofthe o othe
the 20th Oth instant Perhaps when tienew Uenew tie thenew
new Municipal Architect gets his h J office officeadequately officeadequatelY officeadequately
adequately furnished he may m y be able to toproperly toproperly toproperty
properly instruct the architects whom whomhe whomhe
he employs to plan his work and there thereby thereby thereby ¬
by save the time and nd labor labo with the theIncidental theincIdental theincidental
Incidental delay dela now required for mak making makins ¬
ing the considerable changes and re revision reslon re revision ¬
vision slon in both plans and specifications specificationswhichi speclftcatIonswhich specificationswhichi
whichi > were found to be necessary necessaryfin nece necessarytin ary arytin
tin a fourroom addition Perhaps he hemay bemaY hemay
may also suggest plans by which he hemay hemay hemay
may be enabled to fireproof the first firstfldor first1160r firstfloorr
fldor of i > f the building and thus add to toIts toItS toits
Its ItS efficiency avoiding avoiding the delays Inddontal in incidental ¬
cidental to such changes cha es as 8 are due to tothe to1be tothe
the fact that when the original esti estimates est estnjetes oMIrz ¬
mates rz rtes for the building fourroom ad addition addItion addition ¬
dition dition to Monroe Mon e were ere prepared fire fireproofing fireProotlng fir firproofing e
proofing was not contemplatedCominlsstoners contemplated contemplatedCommissioners contemplatedCominissiners
Commissioners Silent SilentCommissioners SilentCOmmissioners SilentQommfesloners
Commissioners West and Judson Judsonday to today todaY ¬
day < declined eoIlned to reply to the letter o oCaptain of ofCaptain f I
Captain Oyster regarding the delay in inthe Inthe i ithe n
the erection of of the school buildingsThat buildings buildingsThat buildingsThat
That tgfeyhafl they had had ay comment to make makeon makeon makeon
on the the contents of the communication eommunioationthey communleaUonthey communicationthey
they denied deniedMunicipal denIedMutJlclpe1 deniedMullicipal
Municipal Architect Saowdon Aahford Aahfordtoday A8hfordtoday Ashfordtoday
today annouricbd no riooo plans for the fourroom four fourroom tourr
room r om addition to the Monroe School Schoolbuilding SchoolbuUd1ng Schoobuilding l
building are are now completed corop1et ed and that thatbids thatbids thatbids
bids for its erection erection Till wilt 1111 be b e Invited f fa in ina
a few days daysAccording daysAccording daysAccording I
According to Commissioner CommJs loner West the theteachers theteachers th thteachers e
teachers of the public schools soho lS will wllft have haveto haveto
to wait from Monday te Wednesday WetlB88dayfor WetlB88dayfortletr for fortheir fo fotheir r
their checks ch cks for October OctoberThis OctoberThIs OctoberThls
This is due to the fact fa t that the pay payrolls payro1hs payrolle
rolls which w l h ought to have been received receivedIn receivedin
In the office of the Auditor a ak k ago agofrom agofrom agefrom
from the Board of Education Elucati n were ere not notreceived notreceived no noreceived t
received until this th l n morning orniag the Com Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner ¬
missioner said uIt It te a a physical Im Impossibility ImosslblUty impossibility ¬
possibility for t r them to be audited and andthe andthe an d L Lt Lhe
the checks made out and signed peel by b Y
the t he Auditor W1tor and disbursing dl bundng officer in hi n Yn
the few business hours remaining be ¬
tween t een now and Monday morning
The Commissioner declared he regret ¬
ted the delay but tns0 tmrtstgd tpd that the th e
blame lay not with the Auditor
Secretary Harry O Hine of the theof 30nrd
of Education on his part declared M t
WAS a physical impose impossibility tblllty for his hl of ¬
fice force to get out the a necessary eMry pa ¬
pers before last night They bad been beenTils bee beeworking n
working night aDd day and Sundays in hi
his office but could not get et through in 1 n I
tine tln so as 8 to give the Auditor a week
before pay day
The pay p y roll is such a complicated
affair Mr 11 Hlne said that bat we could coul d
not get it out sooner We have be ¬
tween 1300 and 2 2items 2001 on the pay roll
and some ome of them have a number of o
items to their names We had to make mak a I
the pay roll out on a twofoot machine j jand
and had h t to make five copies of it itPROTEST It ItPROTEST ItPROTEST
Protest against qi ri i the the sweeping ofstreets of the thestreets thestreets
streets on Sunday In the vicinity of the th thNinth e
Ninth Street Christian Chrl ttan Church is made I
to the Commissioners by the board of o
trustees 1rull trusteesFrank ePraDk Prank Morrison C G Smi Smith u
and E A A StevensJames Stevens StevensJames StevenaJames
James 34 Wood superintendent of o ostreet f
Street treet cleaning said IN d today that the th
department last Sunday removed removedeartloads 144 J JCartload
cartloads of leaves end refuse and that thatday th g x
it the work had not been n done on tbt tha gt t
day if it would wat11 < have been im Impo Impossible 8lble to toremove t tremove o I
remove the accumulation on Monday
One Days DaysSpecial DaysSpecial BaysSpeoia I
Special Selling SellingS750 SellingKersey
S750 150 Kersey Coats
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Explosion of Gasolene StoveStarts Stove Stovei StoveStarts
i Starts Dangerous Fire FireI Firein Firein
I in AlexandriaWASUI4QTOX Alexandria AlexandriaWASHCQTOK AlexandriaWASHIfGTONTIMM
ALEXANDRIA VA OCT 29 29Fanned nF 9 9Fanefd
Fanned F m cl Uy It ty a strong wind fire which whichstarted whltlt3taried whiehstarted
started in a frame dwelling in North NorthPatrick NortJk NorthPatrick
Patrick k street spread rapidlyto severe severeadjoining sveml svemladjolnlftf severniadjoining
adjoining buildings and for a time this thismorning thismemt thismorning
memt morning threatened a large portion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the northwest tsecfion n of Alexandria AlexandriaThe A llexandda llexanddaThe lexendIf lexendIfThe
The explosion of a gasolene stove in inthe Inthe inthe
the home of Joseph Edwards M2 1 North NorthPatrick NorthPatrlck NorthPatrick
Patrick street was responsible lor the theMaze theblue theblaze
Maze The house is s on one of a row of offrame otframe offrame
frame dwellings and by the time thefiremen the thefiremen thefiremen
firemen arrived the names dames had spread spreadto spreadto
to the buildings bu dtnp at 510 51 and 514 Realizing Iteallzingthat Realizingthat Re Uzlnc Uzlncthat
that they would b be unable to save an anof ani aniot anof
of the dwelling already on fire fir efforts effortswere effortswere effortswere
were centered on checking ch ktntr the flames flamesbefore flamesbefore lamesberore
before they spread to th this other houses housesin houlI IiJ IiJin
in the row rowThe row rowI
j I The T e row Is owned by Itobert Taylor Taylorwho Taylorwho Taylorwho
who places p1 hit hf loss Joaat at 53000 ooo which is ispartly istly s spartly
partly tly covered by Insurance InsuranceJudge InsuranceJudge InsuranceJudge
Judge Barley in the t e corporation court courttoday courttoday
today toda was w busy with the case of George GeorgeE eo eoE I
E Sullivan Ulvait vs Max fax Lansburg This Thiscase T TCH This Thiscase
case was removed removedtrom from the circuit courtof court courtof courtot
of Prince William county countyA
A meeting of the students of St StJohns St StJohns StJohns
Johns Academy was to have been heldat held heldat heldt
at t the rooms of the chamber of com commerce commerce commerce ¬
merce at the corner of King and Wash WashyIngton Washington Washlngton
ington streets last evening The meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing was w adjourned on account of aquorum a aquorum Soquorum
quorum not appearing appearingThe appearlnsThe appearingThe
The Young Mens Sodality Lyceum Lyceumsecond LYQeuaraeeond Lyceumsecond
second tea mwlll play a game of basketball bask basketball baakeWall ¬
etball with the Company G First Reg ¬
iment basketball team at Armory Hall Hallthis Ranthl Haltthis
this thl evening eveningCharles eveninGharles
Charles Bendheim has sold to t H lIFriedlander
Friedlander a house and lot 410 Kingstreet King Kingstreet Klngstreet
street The property is part of the thee theetate es estate estate ¬
tate of o f the late Isaac Schwartz SchwartzOn SchwartzOn
On next neit Monday evening the Rev W WF W WIP
IP Callahan missionary ml elonary to Japan will willdeliver willdellv
deliver dellv r a lecture on Japan at ate atethe t the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young Peoples Poqp s building in South Wash Washington Waahhuton nashleston ¬
ington street s sirest eet The lecture will be Hlua Hluatrated 1lu9trated i 1us 1ushated
trated with stereopticon views of JapanKavanaugh Japan JapanKavanaugh J pn pnKaltlnaugh
Kavanaugh Court Daughters of Isa Isabella 1sabea Isabelle ¬
belle last l st evening held a progressive progressiveeuchre progreeslvee pro sloe sloeeu
e eu euchre Qbre party part ray at St Marys Hall all In Inoiith 111 111outh g
oiith o tbRoyal Royal y street which vl lch was well at attended attend4td ¬
tended tendedPIMLICO tend4tdPIMllCO tendedPIMLICO
First race raaeThreoyear01ds Threeyearolds and d up upward upwrd upsix ¬
ward six furlongs Charlie Eastman Ea tman tmanU7
117 Jack Atkin 1m 12 Croydon Utf f DIs DIsottedlent DI DIottedleat Dsoledleat
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Second race raceTwo Two yearolds y yoaroll oarolds i six fur furlongs fur10ngL furlongs ¬
longs Bob Co IsT Banlvos il 110 Po Perez Porez Porez ¬
rez 167 l l G M Miller Unerlli 1ST Scarus 118 118Beau UtBeRU 110Beau
Beau Chilton 307 1 < < 1 Martinez Hi Lo Lothario Lothano ¬
thario 119 11 The Speaker SPe ket MM Jf Oi > > Democrat Dem
17 101Third
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ward selling mile and threesixteenths threesixteenthsNethermost threo threesixteenthsNethermost ixteent ixteentNthermo
Nethermost Nthermo t 111 10 Campaigner Cam gner 108 jot jotRose JO JOROIIe
Rose MK Oreaegna Orca na lOt TabooRobert Taboo id idRobert 101Robert
Robert Robert Cooper 1 1M Miss n Perigorduperrtltioa Perigord Pert gord 10S 10SSuperstition 15Sup8ratIUon
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about three miles JOn Village m King g l lA 1M 1MJloreat 111AutumLeaf
Forest ForestWilfred Hawk 110 110Topright Autumn AutumLeaf A + V r Leaf af 1 106 ICE S o oWilfred
Wilfred MO 60 60Hawk Topright IK IKFifh lIGFtft
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mrn 106 1 Howard Sheen 97 Jubil JubilI6 Jubilee JubileeIt4 ee
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ley Day 110 Takahira 1C3 l i Gretna GretnaOreen GretJ GretJGreen a
Green 114 11 AroRdaek AroR 106 103 Rio Grande
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men m n riders rldrl threeyearolds threeye rods and nd up one onemile onemUe on onmile e
mile mile Campaigner 1ft 1 A1 SalvehUile 113 113Rio lISRio 133Rio
Rio Grande Grand G 17 Juggler 1 1JIJollyUO 1JIJollyUOnr 131 Jolly 130 130Bacint
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147 147Apprentice Apprentice allowance all wance claimed claimedI claimedWeather almed almedWnthel
I Weather fair track fast fastGERMANS rutGERMANS
The Waabln Washington < < ton GruetllVerein will willcelebrate wIlLcelebrab willcelebrate
celebrate the fiftieth anniversary anniversary of its itsfoundation it itfoundation
foundation as II well as observe ob observe erve GruPtll GruPtllSchwur Gru m mSchwurdy
Schwur Schwurdy day with a banquet at atFreunds atFreunds t
Freunds e 816 Tenth street northwest northwe northwestWednesday t on onWednesday onVedne n
Wednesday Vedne day November 17
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prunella arunellacloth cloth and andserges andserges andserges
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j t fished with jet or orbone orbone
i bone buttons and andlined andlined andlined
lined throughout throughoutwith throughoutwith throughoutwith
with guaranteed guaranteedsatin guaranteesatin guaranteedsatin
satin new pleated pleat pleated pleated ¬
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in all colors colorsValues colorsValues
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lars a and andcuffs andcurt n d dcuffs
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style with withlarge withlarge withlarge
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Has Strong Backing as Suc Successor Snccessor Successor ¬
cessor to James B BReynolds BReynolds
1 1Reynolds
Reynolds ReynoldsGeorge ReynoldsGeore ReynoldsGeorge I
George W Whitehead Whft < head president pre ldent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Suspension Bridge Bank at t Ni 101apra
agara Falls FaU N Y may J nay be made as asaltaat assistant
sistaat Secretary of the Treasury to tocucceed
succeed James B Reynolds who was wurecently wasrecently
recently appointed to the tariff board boardMr boardMr boardMr
Mr Whitehead is I s known to have havestroro
strong stroro < < backtat backro for the place He HeW1UI Hewas
was for twentyfive years a special specialagen specialagent
agent agen t of the Treasury Department Departmentwas t twu
was collector of customs for Porto PortoRico
Rico appraiser for the port of NewYork New NewYork
York and chairman of a Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreasuryDepartment
Department commission which hlch made madean madeII madean
an II investigation of methods of weigh weIghIng weighing
Ing importsFriends imports importsFriends ImportsFriends
Friends of M Mf Whitehead about theTreasury the theTreasury theTrea8ury
Treasury said today they were aware awarean
an as effort WI was I being made to havo him blmnamed himnamed
named and nd that he le would be an ideal idealappointee JdealappoIntee idealappointee
appointee f 9HURT fHURT
ALTOONA Pa Oct fComing 2 Coming east easton eRaton oaston
l on the Pennsylvania Peftn yhania limited lIml d MrsCharles Mrs MrsCharles MraCharl
Charles Charl E Youngs of Omaha Neb en enroute enroute enroute
route to Plainfield N J r was thrown thrOWlfrom
from her seat as the th train structy strucl asharp a 3 3sbarp
sharp curve near Johnstown Joh etown nnd md nd re received rcceived
ceived a severe bruise on the headGonstipation head headConstipation headOonstipation
Constipation And indIppeiidieiffs AndAppendicitis n nAppendicitis
Appendicitis AppendicitisThe
The latter Usually Caused Bj the theFormer theFormer theFormer
Former TYIiich In Turn Has Its ItsOrigin ItsOrigin ItsOrigin
Origin 51nIntostlnal In Intestinal Indigestion IndigestionChronic IndigestionChronic IndigestionChronic
Chronic constipation is a disease diseasewhich
which Is about as 8 prevalent as dyspep dyapepsla dyspepsia ¬
sia 8I and 00 indigestion Nearly every oneanfferg one onejufters one3ulIera
jufters from it occasionally occa lonauy but there thereare thereare thereare
are millions of people who endure it ithabitually ithabltuaIl ithabitually
habitually habltuaIl and who are accustomed to toresort toiefIOrt toresort
resort to the use of laxatives and andcathartics andCllthartlcs andcathartics
cathartics dally dallyMany dallyMany dailyMany
Many people seemed to have developed devel developed developed ¬
oped a perfect mania for taking pillsnd pills pillsand pIUsIJnd
and nd Instead tnI ed of trying to ascertain the thelatent thela thelatent
latent la ent cause of thedisease and remov ¬
big it by appropriate treatment they
are content to continue the reckless us Ugor use useof < j jof
of laxatives aperients drastic cathar i
tics tt and violent purgatives until finally 11nall i
Inflammation of the bowels occurs occurwhich i iwhich i
which hleh reaches the appendix and the theresult theresult theresult
result Is appendicitis appendicitisIn j
In investigating and tracing the causa 1 1tive
tive factors of constipation and Itsi Us
frequent sequel appendicitis appendlcJU it has
been noted by physicians that the ma ¬
jority j ity of cases ca were preceded and ac accompanied accom accomponled ¬
companied com nled by a longstanding gastro ¬
intestinal Inte tlna1 IndigestionThe indigestion indigestionThe InftlgeetlonTh
The Th Idea that appendicitis Is brought broughton
on by foreign bodies bodle such as seeds etc
becoming bec becomi < mlng lodged in the appendix is anexplode an anexplor i iexploded
exploded explor explode d theory It is now definitely I
known kn wn that t constipation Is the mostprolific most mostprolific
prolific cause U8e of this dread disease diseasewhile diseasewhUe diseasewhile I
while the constipation itself fUel is previous previously previously ¬
ly induced by intestinal Jnte t1nal Indigestion or orsonylaceoits oramylaceous I
sonylaceoits dyspepsia dy dyspepsiathe pep kthe the inability to I
digest dltre t st starchfs t rch eo mp the t a relation between betweencause betweencau betweencause
cause cau e and effect is I readily seen and ap ¬
predated preciatedThe precla predatedThe ted tedThE
The absurdity of attempting to cure cureconstipation cureconstipation cureconstipation
constipation by the use of physic should
be apparent to every one Laxative
drugs and powerful purgatives will willnever j J Jnever
never cure a disease dl ease of this thl sort acre and andthose I Itholle
those who make frequent or regular regularuse legwaru r
use u e of them will sooner or later set setup setup se t
up an inflammatory condition of the
Intestinal system systemA BlItemA
A person with ith flrotctees finslc1 es digestion will willnever wtIlnever willnever
never be annoyed atmoyedwlth with chronic con constipa constipation contfpatlon < < ipa ipatlon ¬
tlon and when this trouble does oetl exist rxistinstead xii5tt
instead t ead of slugging the system with withpiils withpills withpills
pills liquid laxatives candy catHartics catHarticsetc ca tartks tartksete
etc use u e a remedy which will ill cure the th thgastrointestinal e
gastrointestinal ga trolnte Unal indigestion and an you youwill youwill
will 111 find that the constipation no longer lengerbothers lcngebothers r I
bothers you and with its removal the therisk theri therisk
risk ri k of developing appendicitis wiil be boreduced bereciueed bereduced
reduced to the th minimum minimumSTUARTS mltmumSTUARTS m imum imumSTUARTy
have been the means of curing numer numerous nUffieroua ¬
ous cases of constipation by first cur curing curIng curtog ¬
ing the intestinal f indigestion igeatio They dlgent dl digest dlXCllt ¬
gent every kind o of food ood a single grain grainbeing grainbfln grai graibeing n
being bfln capable of digesting ditre tlng 2000 QOO grains grainsof grainsor grainof s
of alimentum I lmetum and In addition to pepsin pepsinand pep peps pepsand n nand
and other powerful digestives dlge tivec thoy also alsocontain alsocontain alsoCAfltafl
contain diastase which convert starch starchinto archInto tare tareInto h
into sugar and readily cures amylace amylaceous amylaceOWl ¬
OWl dyspepsia dYII p ia and Intestinal indigestion indigestionIf
If you are re suffering from dyspepsia dyspepsiaconstipation dyspepsiaconattpatlon dyspepeiaconatfpatlon
constipation and In fact indigestion indigestionof
of any kind dont run the risk of getling get getling getlinG
ling appendicitis but vtrike > at the root rootof rootof rootof
of the trouble troublethe the original cause causeby causebyusing causebyusing by byusing
using Stuarts Stuart Dyspepsia TabJats TabJ ta whichwill which whichwill whichwill t
will quickly rid you IU of all functional functionaldisorders functionaldisorders functionaldisorders
disorders of the alimentary tract tractSecure tractSecure tractSecure
Secure a box of this digestive dlge tlve remedy remedyfrom remedYfrom remed remedfrom y
from your druggist druggistfor for 50c and send sendyour sendyour sen senyour d
your name and address to the th FStuart F A AStuart AStuart
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of Accidents During Duringthe Duringthe Duringthe
the Year YearThe YearThe i iThe
The number number of persons ptwQ killed in n rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road accidents aoclden in lm the United States Statesduring Statedurin Statesduring
during durin the past t fiscal year was 2711 2711according 2711according
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stated that the number of employee employeekilled emplo employekilled
killed in coupling ooupllr8ftd and uncoupling cam camand carsand
and engines was 32 per cent leas lea than thanlast thanlast thanlast
last year yearThe yearThe yearThe
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account of accidents during url the last lastquarter lastquarter lastquarter
quarter 69 of the fiscal year i i Li estimated estimatedat 8Umatedat
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Claim C laim of Anne Wilson Todd ToddMay ToddMay ToddMay
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claim claims of threeyearold Anne Dne Wilson WilsonTodd WilsonTodd
I Todd to a quarter share of of the estate estateof estateI estateof
of the lat late Sarah A Todd of Carlisle CarlislePa CarlislePa CarlislePa
I Pa estimated e tlmated at nearly 1000000 Rich Richard Rlchani Richard ¬
ard M Parker was today appointed appointedI
th 1M childs JuardlaClrcum8tanc8B guardian
I Circumstances recited in the petition
filed this morning and approved by Jus ¬
I tice Barnard indicate that that the coming
contest cont t of Mrs Todds will will closelyparallel closely closet
i parallel the now famous Colton will willcase willI willcase
I case In the latter case on behalf of
little Helen Sacher her father a
Parisian banker disputed dl puted the terms of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the will which devised an estate e tate worth worthconsiderably worthconSiderAbly worthconsiderably
considerably more than 1000000 In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the settlement little Helen received a aconsiderable aconsiderable aconsiderable
considerable sum
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Stupendous Sale of c Rain aIn Goats Coatsj Overcoats OvercoatsFurnishings OvercoatsFurnishings Overcoatsan
Furnishings FurnishingsOPPORTUNITY and an Mens ens and an Young can g Mens Suit SuitTHE Suits SuitsTHE
To secure High Grade American Gothing at prices made astonishingly low by
Your money never stretched over such a vast amount of real value as it will to today today today ¬
day and Saturday An enormous stock from which to select selectKens selectMens
Kens j Young Mens Suits ° Overcoats
10 Mens Suits and OCoats 550 550OGoats 5 550i2 O
12 Mens Suits and OGoats 0 ° Coafs 875 875OGoats
18 Mens Suits and OGoats 1075 1075OGoats
22 Mens Suits and OCoats X1325 1325 1325OGoats
25 dens Suits and OGoats Coats 1450 14500Goatsl875 1450X30
X30 30 Mens Suits and 0Goatsl875 0Goatsl875B OCoats 1875 1875Boys 1875Boys
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Mothers we know that you will be delighted delightedwhen delightedwhen delightedwhen
when you read this splendid news of boys boysdoublebreasted boysdoubtebreasted boysdoublebreasted
doublebreasted suits Beautiful new fall patterns patternsin
in cassimeres and cheviots Sizes 6 to 17 years yearsTwo yearsTwo yearsTwo
Two pairs of knickerbocker trousers with each eachsuit eachsuit eachsuit
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450 values 4 4 4X550 I 4 7 °
X550 550 Boys School Suits marked at 349Doublebreasted 349 349Doublebreasted
Doublebreasted styles in neat cheviots and cassimeres cas cassimeres cassimeres
I simeres Two pairs of knickerbocker trousers 6 6to 6to 6to
to 17 years
Mens Registered Cravenette CravenetteRain CravenetteRain CravenetteMain
Rain Coats CoatsX1250
X1250 1250 Scotch Plaid 650
1500 Dark Grey 875
2000 Black and Plain Worsteds 125 1250
2500 Fancy Neat Stripe 6i450 6i450This i450 i450This 1450This
This line of Rain Coats are Imported malarial guaranteed
750 Boys Suits 498 498Allwool 498Allwool 498Allwool
Allwool cheviots cassimeres and worsteds in inthe inthe inthe
the new fall shades Doublebreasted Two pairs pairsof pairsof pairsof
of trousers Sizes 6 to 17 years yearsv yearsX500 v
X500 500 Mens Trousers 325
600 Mens Trousers 375i 375
i 250 Mens Trousers 149 149X350
X350 350 Mens Trousers 249
Men Mensr Furnishings and Shoes ShoesShoe ShoesShoe
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