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to Care for Friendless FriendlessGirl FriendlessGirl FriendlessGirl
Girl Strangers StrangersDEACONESS StrangersDEACONESS StrangersDEACONESS
Travelers Aid Chapter Cbaptelof of Y W C CA cA CA
A Organized foe Philan Philanthropic Philanthropic Philanthropic ¬
thropic Work WorkThe WorkThe WorkThe
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big UBioa iItattoa frimdles aM aIGIte aioeewiII aIGItewill
will be 1teCrJea0th4 benoetrth tk 1ty a bevy 1MYyo bevyof
of o young society I women wog who Ja Mall Malltheir all alltheir alltheir
their properly chaperoned lives lhe have havenever MyeDever lore lorenever
never found otmd themselves alonoMd aIeIte1UMIknown un unknown unknown ¬
known in a great city cityThese cityThese cityThese
These fortunate young women reee recentlycalled recently recentlycaHed tly tlycaned
caned a meeting at the bo home OIDe a of one of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their number Miss X Margaret Tatar Ta TaberJohnson TatarJohnson er erTohn
Johnson Tohn oD at which ways and mesas for foraiding foraiding forkUng
aiding the work of Deaconess Ida Miner Minerat XiIMrliLt Miserat
at the Union station were enthusiasti enthusiastically eat estbuiaedcalIy utlia tl tlca1Jy ¬
cally discussed discussedTiratt dl8cu discuseedTim ed edThaW
ThaW Girls AidedThe Aided AidedThe Ai eQ eQThe
The work of Deaconess Miner con consists 0011sI2ts ooaslPtts ¬
sists la meeting the trains taking In Incharge Inchare lacharge
charge the timid and frightened fr1 tened girls girlswho girlsho girlswho
who ho are numbered among the arrivals arrivalsassisting arrtTalsassisting arrivalsassisting
assisting them to locate relatives ana anaboarding ttnaboarding nnoboarding
boarding homes and obtain employ employmeat employment employment
ment This being more than any y one onebeen ODeWoman onetirotrtan
Woman could well do alone geed baa hasbeen baabeen
been felt for some time by philanthrop pbfiantbrepiets phBnthropJsts philanthropists ¬
ists here for an assistant aal taat to Deaoon Deseoneae Deaoonesa DeaeoDeeswDer
esa eeswDer Miner Not until Miss JI08 Johnson and surfher andier Dd Ddher
her friends however interested lntere ted t themselves them themselves eoi eoiJie1ves ¬
selves in the matter were funds pre previded prevJded previded
vided videdAt videdAt vJdedAt >
At the meeting held at Bias Johnsons Johneottaborne Johnsonshome 1ohD8 ll llhome
home a Travelers Aid chapter of theYoung the theYoung theYoung
Young Womens Chrl Christian tlan Association Aseoclatfoawas Associationwas As8OelatsOIlwas
was formed the charter members be being be1n being ¬
ing 1n Miss Johnson Tohn on Misses Sarah Frank Franklin Frank11n Franklin ¬
lin Schroeder Kathleen Leupp Mabel MabelGrandin KabelGrandin MabelGrandin
Grandin Elizabeth Clark and Maybell MaybellRaymond MaybeileRaymond MaybeeRaymoDd
Raymond All of these are popular mem members members members ¬
bers of Washingtons W3hfD tons young society set setPersoBBel setPeIHDDel setPersonnel
Personnel of Chapter C Chapterties apter apterSchroecler
3 ties lss Schroeder the daughter of Rear RoarJ3cdmiral Reardmiral Rearhdtnfrai
J3cdmiral dmiral and Mrs Schroeder is a belle bellela bellen belle2t
la n the navy contingent and Misa Kb8eupp Mise4eepp Misateopp
teopp eupp is a daughter of the former comj comjmisstooer com commlsslooer cormissioer
misstooer of Indian affairs Miss MissGrandin 11118 11118GrandIn MissGrandln
Grandin is a recent graduate of Smith SmithCollege SmithCollege SmithCollege
College and in addition to society has hasan hasan hasan
an interest 1ntere t in the more serious thingsof things thingsof
of 0 life lifeThe llteThe lifeThe
The money necessary for tb the mipportof support supportof IlUppottof
of a second worker for the Travelers TravelersAid TraveJersAk1 TraveiersAla
Aid will be raised by subscription sub crlptJon The Theleague TheLeagu Theh
league h eagus of the Covenant has h subscrib subscribed subllcrlbed subscribed ¬
ed n UOO < already and among amo prominent prominentwomen prominentwomen prominentwomen
women who have pledged th their ir financial ftnaDci1Id financialaid financialaid
aid Id are Mrs Richard Wainwright WaJnwrl < < bt MtsSeaton Mrs MrsSeaton Ira IraSeaton
Seaton Schroeder Mrs s G I L Raymond Raymondand RamODdand Raymondand
and Jl1M > Johnson T bIUMKl
Sixty S Years bid But Traveled TraveledTwentyfive TraveledTwentyfiye TraveledTwentyfive
Twentyfive Mites a Day for forYears foc focYears forYears
Years YearsBOSTON YearsBOSTON Yearsf YearsBOSTON
BOSTON Jan Mt HNew 1 New Xew Sngtaada Sngtaadaher EDgIeadSmy Engiaadaonly
only my woman mail c carrier nier h8 resigned resIgDedh resignedaer
her h r position tIon She is Mrs Emma Batch Batenpldor Btchfldor Batchelder
elder sixty years old Mrs Batcneidor Batcneidorfor BatclteWorfor
for almost three years has 8 been the tneregular theregular theregular
regular rural free delivery carrier In InAshland 1ftA6h1Dd InAshland
Ashland N EL H with a route twenty twentyftve tWeDtyffve
1 ftve ve miles long longknowledge lODgeThree longThree
Three years or work with a woma womans womansknowledge s sknowledJe
knowledge of how to save ve has accumu accumulated accumulated accumulated ¬
lated a competency for he hehas her Her salary salaryhas a1aryhas
has been 1900 J80 a year Out Ou of this she shebas shebas shehas
bas saved enough eno h to buy a home and andBverett aDdin andin
in a few weekS wiD be a taxpayer In Inlverett inl
l Bverett BverettIn verettIn
In winter Mrs BatcnoMocv was eom eomtemperature OO oompelled I Ipelled
pelled to go out on her rout rout with the thempentture thetemperature
temperature twenty and even thirty de degrees deJ1 degrees ¬
J1 grees below zero zeroLUTHERAN zeroLUTHERAN zeroLUTHERAN
The Rev Charles J J T Butler son of thelate the thelate the1ate
late Dr J I G Butler founder and pas pastor p8J1tor pastor
tor of the Luther Place Memorial MemorialChurch MemorialChurch MemorialChurch
Church who yesterday formally open opened opeBed opened ¬
ed the Columbia Heights Lutheran LutheranChurch LutheranChurch Lutheranchurch
Church at 745 7 Park road with Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool Sundayschool
school services today received word wordfrom wordfrom wordfrom
from more than threescore three core residents residentsof re Jdent8 Jdent8of
of that section that they would not only onlysend ODlyend onlysend
send end their children to Sunday school schoolservices schoolpervJce schoolservices
services but would become members membersof membersot
of the church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The Rev Pe Mr Butler outlined his plans plansafter p1ansafter plansafter
after yesterdays meeting He said saidthat 8Idthat saidthat
that k wa W6 his ambition to build a ahandsome abandsome ahandsome
handsome edifice within the next few fewyears fewyer5 fewyears
years the new church to be known as asthe asthe asthe
the J G Butler Luther MemorialChurch Memorial MemorialChurch Memorialhurch
Church hurch
Following F a Complete Inves Investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
tigation Secretary Ballinger BallingerAnnounces BallingerAnnounces BallingerAnnounces
Announces His Actions ActionsNo
No more changes in the Bureau of ofIndian ofIndIan ofIndian
Indian Affairs are eontenplted by Sec Secretary Secretary Seerotary ¬
retary Balliager of the Interior Departmoot Depart Department Delrtment ¬
ment mentThe mentThe mootThe
The Investigation lnye Ugatlon which whle whtefe has been gofig go gotag ping
tag on quietly for several eev niLl months and andwhich ardwhich od odwhich
which resulted In the suspension suspeo loR of Su Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent ¬
perintendent J 1 D Benedict of the Five FiveCivilized FiveCivilized FiveCivilised
Civilized Tribes of it Oklahoma Oklaho and three threesupervisors threesupervisors threesupervisors
supervisors on rather sensational sensationalgrounds sensationalgrounds ensat10nalgrounds
grounds has been concluded Nothing Nothingmore Nothingmore Nothingmore
more will be done by Government officials of officials ofkiIs ¬
ficials until the answers to the charges chargesof c chargesof arges argesOf
of neglect of duty and failure to enforce enforcediscipline enforcedi enforcediscipline
di discipline clpline have been made by the de dee doe
e < Minces 1 < Aces ces have been beentemporarily beentemporarily beentemporarily
temporarily filled by detailed clerks or orthe orthe orthe
the Indian Office Secretary Secretary Carr r pri private private risate ¬
vate secretary to Mr Bat Ballinger said saidthis saidthis d dthis
this morning mon Dg that about thirty days will willTe willbe willbe
be given the deposed depo supervisors in iniiich inblch inwhich
which iiich to make m ke reply
Asked what repo repothat
that Benedict had announced that poli politics pol1tics politics ¬
tics was behind his suspension and the thesuspension thesuspension thesuspension
suspension of Calvin Ballard of the theChoctaw theCboctw theChoctaw
Choctaw schools at t McAleeter McAle a ter Freder Frederick FrederJck Frederick ¬
ick H UmhottE of the tb Chicasaw Chicasawschoote Cbic5WschoOls Chlcasawschools t
schoOls at Ardmore and a d Walter Fal FalTveil Falwell Fatwell
well of the Creek schools at t Muekegee MuekegeeMr
Mr Carr said it would be improper for forhim fOlhim forhim
him to take notice of the allegation allegationAccording aUegatlonuAccor allegationAccording
uAccor According to the report received at atthe atthe atthe
the Interior Department said s Jd Mr MrCarr MrCarr MrCacr
Carr Uthe the schools were found to be in ina inI ina
a disgracefully insartary ln Inse atary tary condition conditionThere 00DditI0nThere oonditlonThere
I There was little or n discipline Mr MrBenedict XrI MtBenedict
I Benedict De4Ict is said a d to be connected with withcertain withcenm withcertain
certain business Interests near n his hisschool hisebool hisschool
school which are alleged to to have havemore got gotten ot otten ¬
ten more than their share of the con contracts contracts contracts ¬
tracts There will hardly ba ly be any BY more moredevelopments morethvelopments moredevelopments
developments until the deposed depo ed officials officialsare gffIetals gffIetalsare al8 al8are
are given time to answer the charges chargesagainst chargesagainst < oharbeetbem
against tbemNOISE tbem themNOISE tbemI
SPRING SPRI G CITY Pa Jan 1tBecU 1eBecaussthere 1tBecUthere Because Becausethere
there was too much noise In the gal galleries gl1eJ1es galbibs ¬
bibs of the Spring City Methodist MethodistChurch XethodlstChurch MethodistChur
Church Chur the pastor the Rev Edwin Me MeBonn F FHann FHann
Hann arose at the conclusion of ofprayer aDray a aprayer
prayer Dray and dismissed the congregation congregationTerrible congregatlonTerrible congregationrribieSufferin
Terrible rribieSufferin rribieSufferineczema Suffering SufferingEczema
Eczema All Over Ove Babys Baby Body BodyWhen BodyWben I
> When en my baby b by was four months old eldhis eklhis oldhis
his face broke out with eczema and andat andat I Iat
at sixteen 8Ixte A months of age his lace lacehands tacehanda facehands
hands and arms were in a dreadful dreadfuli dredfulstate dreadfulstate
i state The eczema spread all allover over his hisbody hisbody hisbody
body We had to put a a mask or cloth clothover clothover clothover
over his face a ad d tie up his hands and andarms andarms andarms
arms Finally we gave him Hoods HoodsSarsaparilla HoodsSarsaparfl1a HoodsSarsaparilla
Sarsaparilla and In a few months he hewas hewas hewas
was entirely cured and today he is a aMBS aftne afine
fine healthy boy boyXRS
MRS INEZ L EZ LEWIS L KWIS Baring Me MeHoods MeHoods MeHoods
Hoods Sarsaparflla S8 parUla cures all blood blooddiseases bloodilse blooddiseases
diseases ilse se Get It to today < lay ia usual liquid liquidiform Uquldform liquidtorah
iform form or chocolated tablets called Sarsa Sarsatabi Sars Sarstabe Sarsaatas
tabi tabe 1W Doses Sz I L
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Top Rib Roast RoastBoston < t tBoston
Boston Boneless Brisket BrisketBouillon BrisketBouillon BriskeLaa BriskeLaaBouillon
Bouillon of Beef BeefGod BeefQod n nGlod
God Roast RoastRound Ntith a t tRoond lRound
Round Steak SteakHamburger 1 1Hamburger
Hamburger Steak SteakShoulder SteakShoulder
Shoulder Steak SteakRolled gin ginRolled
Rolled Boneless Corned Beef BeefShoulder Beefr BeefrShoulder f fShoulder C
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Lamb Chops ChopsShoulder Ch ChShou1der ChopsShoulder
Shoulder of Veal VealVeal L LVeal =
Veal Chops ChopsSmoked ChopsSmoked C CSmoked 1 b
Smoked or Pickled Pigs P JowlsFresh Jowls JowlsFresh Jow1sFresit
Fresh Tripe TripePhiladelphia T TripePhiladelphia pe a t tPhIladelphia
Philadelphia Scrapple ScrappleSouse
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Head Cheese
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Pickled Pigs Pigs Feet FeetSir10in w wSirloin r rSirloin
Sirloin Steak SfeakCape r r 1b O 12C 12CCape 42cCape C CJt
Cape Cod Cranberries CranberriesNew Cr rries w ql Jt oC oCqt 8c 8cNew ScNew
New Sauer Kraut e e > qt 5c 5cL 5cIn c cvz
vz Old Dutch Market
950 Louisiana L AveNW AveNWIn
In the Middle 1 of the Block Block5pO Blockk j
k 500 Eighth Street S E EZ EOn tH tHOn
Z s I On the Corner ot ofE E cam camS
Woman Bitten by Leopard She SheWhipped SheWbi SheWhipped
Whipped Wbi d In Serious SeriousCondition SeriousCondition SeriousCondition
Condition ConditionNEW ConditionNEW ConditionNEW
NEW YORK Jan 11Mrs > > Mrs Pauline FautiaeRuseeHc PaulineR PaulineRuaselk
RuseeHc R Ic the trainer who was knocked knockeddown kDeck knockeddown < d
down and btttea by hya a leopard while per performing prtormfDg performing ¬
forming at Hubers Museum is today in inBellevue InBellfnue InBellevue
Bellevue Hospital and the doctors declare de declare declare ¬
clare her condition is so O serious rloutl that thatrecovery thtreoovery thatrecovery
recovery is unlikely unlikelyClayton 1IDUkelyC1aytOll unlikelyyan
an Clayton ton the leopard refused to do as ashe ashe ashe
he was told yesterday and when Mrs MrsRuseelle lIIrLRUNelle MrsPueeelle
Ruseelle tried to get him to jump she nhehad Iftehad shehad
had to use J 8 a whip This angered the theanimal theanimal theanimal
animal and he knocked the trainer trainerdown trainerdown trainerdown
down catching her throat m In his teeth
Assistant Postmaster Gen General General General ¬
eral Insists Increase Is IsNpw IsN IsNow
Npw N Now w Necessary NecessaryIn
In raaar pteees In the postal po tal service servicethe semGethe servicethe
the salaries are too toolow low to attract com competent competeRt competent ¬
petent men according to Dr Charles P FGraadfteM PGnlDd PGrandlield
GraadfteM GnlDd eld First Assistant As l tant Postmaster PostmasterGeneral p Poetui pster psterGeneral er erGenecal
General in hie report for the fiscal fiscalyear tlscalyear fiscalyear
year ended June 3 fN 19W Dr Grand Qrandi
field Ib id makes a strong plea in favor of ofgranting ofgranting
granting thirty days annual leave Je e for forclerks torclerks forclerks
clerks and carriers earr oarres < MS in first and secondclass second secondclass econdclB88
class offices officesIn officesIn
In some sections of the oountry he hesays heSya hesaps
says especially in the be mining regions regionsof regjopor
of the West W It has Been difficult dlt oult to tomake Wmake tomake
make appointments to the clerical and andcarrier andcarrIer andcarrier
carrier forces at the salary Jary prescribed prescribedby pre crlbed crlbedby
by law Wages in all lines of employ employment employIlent employment ¬
ment Ilent are high in these communities communitiesand communitiesand communitiesand
and the entrance salary 1ary of 9M0 RA00 is not notsufficient notsuf1IcIDt notsufficient
sufficient to induce competent men to toenter toenter toenter
enter the postal service even with as assurance assurance assurance
surance of promotion promotionThe promotionThe
The gross gro s revenue rev Due of the postal 08tl servire serv service senrfe ¬
ice reached the total of JW8iC3S3 iI3SI an anincrease anincrease
increase jncrea e of lzl 13ttt72 3Q according cordln to this thisreport thlsreport thisreport
report There were a a total of 0141 141 post postof po postoffices t tot1lcesln
of ot1lcesln offices flees in operation on July 1 1 1NEGRO 1Hi 1891NEGRO
Pleadtar Plead guilty 11ty to conducting an un unlicensed 1IRIIceneed unlicensed ¬
licensed bsn rSidner t Sidney Berkley a negro negrowas negrowas negrowas
was fined 3169 by Judge Muihnmy ullowlty In Inthe inthe
the Police Court this morning morning The al alternative alteruattve alternative ¬
ternative wag three months in jaIL
Belief in five minutes awaits awaitsevery awaitsevery awaitsevery
every Stomach sufferer suffererhere suffererhere suffererhere
here hereXotkteg hereNetWag hereNothing
Nothing will remain uDdlge undigested ted or orsow 8r80tH orsour
sow as m y your r stomach if you ou wilt take takea
a Itttte Dfapepsm occasionally occa ionally This Thispowerful Thispowerful I
powerful digestive d1 < < eatfTe and antacid though thoughas
as harmless and pleasant plea ant as candy will willdigest willditr willdigest
I ditr digest and prepare for assimilation into intothe Intothe I Ithe
the blood all the food you can eat eatout eatEat eatFat
Eat what your Our stomaCh craves with without without
out tft the slightest f fear ar of Indigestion orthat or orthat orthat
that you will be bothered with sour sourrisings 80urrling sourrisings
risings Belctg Belcfci BeJcl g Gas on Stomach StomachHeartburn StomaehHeartburn StomachHeartburn
Heartburn Headaches from stomach stomachNausea stomachNa1me stomachNausea
Nausea Bad Breath Water Brash or ora orfeeling ora
a feeling like you bad swallowed a alump aIlump a1bum
Ilump 1bum lump of lead l ad or other disagreeable dl t mis miseries mlserics misI ¬
I eries cries Should you be suffering now
Bride More Than Forty For and andWorth andVI andWorth
Worth VI orth a Million Husband HusbandTwentythree HusbandTwenythree HusbandTwentythree
Twentythree TwentythreeBOSTON TwenythreeBOSTON
BOSTON BOSTON Jan l 1i 16Mrs Mrfl s Dorothy PriadeH Pria Priajtell Prlatle1
jtell Norman widow of the wealthy wealthyHugh weelthyHugh wealthyHugh
Hugh K 2 Norma orman hs given a surprise surpriseto sarprl e eto
to her friends In Back Bay circles by bywedding byweddlRg bywedding
wedding Walter Wilson Metcalf a youth youthwho youthwho youthwho
who has been out of Harvard Ha rti less than thanthree thnthree thewthree
three years yearsMrs Ye4rBMrs years yearsMrs
Mrs Metcalf Yet < alf is I about forty years of ofage orage ofage
age and her husabnd about twenty twentythree twentrthree twentythree
three threeHugh threeHugh threeHugh
Hugh K Norman died soon after theclose the theclose theclose
close Of the Spanish war leaving his hisestate hiseJtate hisestate
estate estlmatet1 estimate at S16O 8f 860000 800t tKtl to his wid widow widow widow ¬
ow This fortune has grown so that thatit thatIt thatit
it now exceeds tVMtiQQ tVMtiQQMetcalf IOOOMOMetclt IUOOIIOMetcalf
Metcalf a tall fair haired good goodlooking goodlooklnJ goodlooking
looking young you fellow was graduated graduatedfrom graduatedfrom graduatedfrom
from Harvard in the class clas of MOS to6 but butremained butr6lDined butremained
remained another year to take the tbeee de decree degree ¬
cree ee of master of arts The following followingyear followingyear followingyear
year he went abroad for a few monthstravel months monthstravel JDOuthatravel
travel and it was while he wa was in the theold theold theold
old world that he was presented to th thcharming the thecharming thecharming
charming widow who 8 as Dorothy Prin Prindall Prlndall PrindaU
dall was renown reno1D d for 01 her beauty inGloucester in inGloucester InGlouoester
Gloucester her home homeYoung homeYoung
Young Metcalf is assistant 88 l8t nt treasurer treasurerin trea ure ureIn I
in the offices of the Portland Silk Com Cornpuny ComPAnT Company
puny in I New ew York city elt He and 00 Mrs MrsNorman MrsNorman Ins InsNormn
Norman appeared on New Year Ye r Day at atthe atthe atthe
the home in Westboro Mass of Will William WillIam Willlain ¬
iam C Co Metcalf the bridegrooms bridegroomsfather bridegroomsfather bridegroomsfather
father told him the news received his hisapproval W Wapproval hisapproval
approval and were married marriedJhere there that thatday thatday thatday
day News N W8 of the wedding did not reach reachhere reachhere reachhere
here until yesterday
IiNo No Dyspepsia Heartburn Gas Gasor hasj Gasor
j or Other Stomach Distress
fr from = any stomach disorder you ou ciao get getrelief setrelief t treJteC
relief within five minutes minutesIf minuteIt
If you will get f from ram your pharmacist pharmacista pb nnaeI t ta
a 59eeot cent case of Papes Diapepsto DIa you youeould yOueouId youoonid
eould always aIi aYB go to the table with wtthhe w whoe a ahearty
hearty he hoe rty appetite and your meals Is would wouldtaste weoldtaste WOUIata
taste ta te good because you would know knowthere JcDowthere knowthere
there would be no Indigestion IDdlge tioa or Sleep Sleepless SleepeM Sleepless ¬
less eM nights or Headache or Stomach Stomachmisery Stomachmleery Stomachmisery
misery all the next > > ext day and besides besidesyou bePSeeroo besidesYou
you would not need laxatives or liver liverptlte Uverpl1l8 liverpills
pills to keep your stomach and bowels bowelsclean bowebclean bowelsclean
clean and fresh freshPspes tre freshPapes h hPApe
Pspes PApe Diapepsin Dlapep fn can be obtained obtainedfrom obtaltMdtrom obtainedfrom
from your dnggl druggist t and contains coAtah more morethan JDO JDOthan morethan
than sufficient to thoroughly cure theworst the theworst thewont
worst case ca e of Indigestion or Dyspepsia DyspepsiaThere Dyspep DyspepetaThere t tThere
There is nothing better for Gas on the theStomach theStomach theStomach
Stomach or sour odors from the stom stomach stomach atomaeb ¬
ach or to cure a Stomach Headache HeadacheYou HtdacbeYou HeadacheYou
You couldnt keep a a handler or more moreuseful moreWeful moreuseful
useful article in the house
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Annual Midwinter Clearance ClearanceOF
All P P B WinterWeight WinterWeightS WinterWeightSuits
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Following Are AreAll the Price rice Concessions ConcessionsAll ConcessionsAll
All that were wereAll X5000 5000 are are3750 are3750All X3750 X3750All 3750
All that were wereAll X4500 4500 are X3475 X3475All 3475 3475All
All that were wereAll X4000 4000 are X3125 X3125X11 3125 3125i 3125All i
All that were wereAll X3500 3500 are 2550 2550All 255QAll
All that were wereAll 3000 are S2175 2175 2175All 2175All
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All that were wereAll 1800 are 1325 1325All 1325All
All that were wereAll 81500 1500 are 1075 1075An 1075All
All that were 1200 are 900 900Broken 9 900Botsof O OJroken
Lots Broken BrokenLots Botsof ots of Teck and 4 6Shoes 5 5Embracing 6 6Embracing Shoes 3 345 345Embracing 45
Embracing Patent Colt Gun Metal lVl ta1 Button ind nd Blucher Styles StylesThey Stylesrhey StylesThey
They are all the new models of Teck Shoes Shoesand and nothing else elsebut elsebutthe elsebutthe but butthe
the lines are broken hence the clearance price X345 X345I 345 345HeadtoFoot 34SI
I I I HeadtoFoot He toFoot Outfitters Outfitt rs Pa Ave and 9th St f
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the Souvenirs See Se below for clippings from The Times con contemporaries cOli cOlitemporaries contemporaries = ¬
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in the lowerpriced garments garmentsthat entst that t the Jaces bees and embroideries used usedare usedare t tare
are guaranteed to wash without tearing tea ng or fraying fulyin Note toe the thesheer tbesheer thesheer
sheer materials and tiny stitches With prices little or no more than thanfor thanfor thanfor
for the flashy garments of the cheap stores and much less than for the theelaborate theelaborate theelaborate
elaborate garments of the highpriced establishments the Palais PalaisRoyal PalaisRoyal PalaisRoyal
Royal Lingerie of 1910 will appeal to all women in all spheres of life lifeFrom lifeFrom lifeFrom
From The Sunday Post PostThe
The T e announcement of the Palais Royals first January Sate of otIs Lingerie Lingerieis
is now but a memory m mory of a a past decade decadebut but the principle adopted then lives livestoday u utM1 fivestoday
today tM1 embraced in the one word wordToday wordRELIABILITY wordRELIABILITY
Today Teda no word need be said in eulogy of the Ja1aJs Palais ais Royal White Sale SaleTh SaleTIM SaleThe
TIM Th invitation to inspect the 1910 Lingerie and cbe 1e a quotation of tomorrows tomorrowsf tomorro tomorrou tomorrowtseoflytlimeatary
eoflytlimeatary f u up > jiiliiiei leatar > tary prices made as a souvenirs of the Opening O log Day win Ve r rpsn rc rcto red
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I in all respects and better in some respects than the garments gener generally generally generally ¬
ally offered at X100 100 can you not reckon on saving thirty 30 30cents 3Dcents 30cents
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