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A TI THE WASHIX TON TIMES 3IOXDAY 3oXIL y JAXTAET 10 1910 9
INDIANA INfliANAQtVEP111iJfl INfliANAQtVEP111iJflGUESTOLHOOSIEflS GOVERNOR GOVERNORGUEST 1
GUEST GUESTOLHOOSIEflS GUESTOLHOOSIEflSState OLHOOSIERS OLHOOSIERSState
State Executive Here for forU forUnveiling forUnveiling
U Unveiling Unveiling riveiling of f Wallace WallaceStatue WallaceStatue VallaceStatue
Statue StatueTURKEY StatueTURIEY StatueTURKEY
TURKEY WILL SEND SENDA
A REPRESENTATIVE REPRESENTATIVEGovernment REPRESENTATIVECttoMu
CttoMu Government G Will Honor Honortbe Ho Hullerthe or ortIte
the Former Minister in Ser to o COR CORstBRtmople CORstaat
Coact CoactGot stBRtmople staat IIopIe Court Courto CowtGoY
GoY o ThMMut rh rrtz r afar fualtai1 i n ward Mrs3darafti8 Mrs Mrs1d
aUirtMll 1d together to etber with wit Jamea Whit Whitcon WhitcJDIt Whitcomb
con comb ROey Henry Henry Wallace and T > A AWauee ea eaWallee
Wallace Jr of ladfara 11Idia Iadlsnapo4IE Mlte arrived ir irAVashtngton in inOII in1aslthagtoa <
AVashtngton OII this morning 11IOI1I mouIn from tlf tjl tjlHMJIIier t1 t1Hloskr
Hoarier capital to participate in thr thriiK thrnr thet
t nr remoaalew iiK illdent Meat to the unveiling UIIvelJin unveilingt f fStat fthe
the t he lltatweof atatue of GeL Lew Wallace In Stat Statuary Statuary Statuarr ¬
uary Han taraorrew n nThe momfaig morniwgThe momfaigThe
The party was met at tile Uaion star sta station Stat ¬
t tion ion by eeL Daxiel > > aiel Raiwden R Tlh sergeant sergeanttan sergeantatate eant eant1t
atate 1t tan s of the Senate Capt J P Me Meprow ff ffiTW re regrew
prow and lid Messrs Wood ood and Fox of the theW th thWaUIIre
W WaUIIre 1 share statue commission COIIIIII common and escort escortHi escortd escortcot
Hi d to the Arlington Hotel where th they theywill t till y yill
will ill atop during their stay to Wash Washington Wash Washi a8ft a8ftfi ¬
ington i fi OIl Lew Wallace jr is a grandson grand grandyon I In
yon n of Gen Lew Wallace a SOB of ofHenry ofHenry I
Henry Wallace and will poll the tad tadthat eoc eocthat 4 4that
that ItlsastB the covering 4iO LM OH taw tawstatue tIN8t3UJ floeFtatne
statue FtatneThe statueThe 8t3UJThe
The eatertafauHMt of ta the vjatttnc vjatttncmore vbItI vtaiiiagHoosiers II IIHooeI
Hoosiers HooeI m wall begin I ePt this eventas when whenmore j
more than 3H 1M patriotic patrioticnre pattte e seas and daugia daugiatrs II IItPTg
tPTg ef I IudMaa wt with a their goertaoc entor entorp and andpnet
p pnet JauN laureate e wtII attend the perform performnee HIfOllll I Ine
nee of BenHor a the tI National NationalTheater NatIoealThattl NationalTheater
Theater Theaterrniojoe ThattlnicpJe TheaterI
rniojoe I nicpJe to the program of exercises exercisesthick ex exw
w 1 thick hic wiU extend over twodaje two daj to the themrticjpfttion tileftrtie thenlrtictpation
mrticjpfttion ftrtie pMloa of the representative represel1ta vt of Offo x xforeign a aforeign
foreign fo power hi the unveils v li g of a aKarne aSt aStates
St States ates choice for Ute tb + lIaUoDaI Hall of ofFame ofFame
Fame The be TnrkJsh government erameat has haslly basrmal1y hastcrmany
tcrmany rmal1y lly directed is i 5 ambassador to toake tot totake
take t part tn honoring Lew Wallace Wallacewho Wallacewho allaee allaeeyho
who was not only a mtnister to Turkey Turkeyiit Turkeybut
but HJt > iit was tor r fo the remainder of his life lifenampkm lifernlUllllerec1 lifensidesed
rnlUllllerec1 nsidesed iyY at Turkey as her greatest geatestn greatestnampion
nampkm n te America AmericaCftjtam ADIedeaCGnw bmeritaCaaia
Cftjtam McGrew CGnw Pzestfet PzestfetAt
At the umreittns 1IDftill eerea ceremonies oniea Capt CaptJohn CaptJnhn pt ptJohn
John P McGrew who was General Generalr GeDeraJailaeefJ Generalcallaces
ailaeefJ chief Of star ta < < for forn three year yearr
r the etrfl war and is istute ehainaaa of the thetatute thehaute
> haute tute tuteRev CIOIIIRaisskm will preside TheRev The TheF
Rev F George G Gvocation J Dud > ud1ey eT will deliver the in iacncation invocation
vocation vocationVvllUtt vocationyma cncationwuianz
VvllUtt yma Alien Wood another IOC er of the
State comrataioners I onera D Dens pig ffl I then for formaUy formaUy formany
maUy present the statue on behalf of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fommlMluu CiO r and the heroic figure figuref re
f irI T1 uariie we Wl will ° be unveiled 1IIIWI eIl a by Lew Lewa11aee
Wallace v a11aee ltaeeLJr Jr a grandson
of 0 the generAL genrLR r L
Got TIIomaa R Marshall nha1i of Indiana Indianaon Indianawill
will m forally accept the statue tatue on be beKlley
half of the State and kmea Whitcomb
Riley HUt win read an original originalPresses poem Ad Add Addresses
Presses d r win wi be delivered deUT by Senator SenatorReveridge SenatorRe SenatorHeveridge
Reveridge Re e A Rosteml R ateml charge e daffaires daffairesat d aQatres aQatresat
at It the Turkish embassy and aD WIVhvm WIVhvmSenate Wthio WthioII WW WWH
H Aair Alii + ews delegate froM New ewMeal ewMealen Kexl
10 Bea Jldhti art will be pru I ed j by
I rev Lloyd DoasIa DoasIaSeltate DouaaaSenate
Senate t te Accept Acceptn AcceptOn
On I to n Wednesday morning tanmediateiy tanmediateiyafter hnmediatetycarter
after fter the morning hour the Senate winftma win wfllformally wDlfrmaJI
frmaJI ftma formally fly accept the statue on behalf behalfof bebaltof behalfof
of the Bolted States and a number of ofomtaetaorarrre fJCm ofommemerajtve
omtaetaorarrre ommemerajtve m e addresses win tan be delivered de delivered deJhered ¬
livered with Governor Marshall and andother andother lid lidother
other disrhieuliihed di > Nirgul5bed gUIsbed etttaens eitbeD of Indiana IndianaEarly I8dJaaapTeseat Indianapresent
present as suesta of the Senate SeDatEarly SenateEarly
Early this thisresentathres week the House or Rep Repthes Representatives
resentathres thes will pass a resolution fix fixing fixIng itafttg ¬
ing the tI e time when the House win wl l re receive r rcee receive ¬
cee ceive the statue and addresses may be bedelivered benttlTerM bedelivered
delivered on the life and services 8eI ees of ofGeneral ofGeneral ofGeneral
General Wallace Wallacef WallaceTODlOlTOW WallaceTomorrow
Tomorrow E evening 9te India Indiana Society Societyf Sodet Sodetf
< > f the District is to totic give a le 1 O9tion at atft att
tic ft t t r Arlington lDgton to Governor Marshall MarshallMid Marshalllid
Mid lid the other visitors from Indiana Indianaand lBdia Indtanand
and 3 lid a program of addresses by noted notedspeakers notedtpcakera notedrpeeakera
speakers win follow followBRICKLAYERS followBRICKLAYERS followBRICKLAYERS
BRICKLAYERS WILLDISCUSS WILL WILLDISCUSS WILLDISCUSS
DISCUSS BENEFITS BENEFITSWin
Win Pfsvkie Prti Praliide efor for Election of Of Offi Officers Officers i icels ¬
cers by Referendum ReferendumVote R ReferendumVote < < ferendam ferendamVote
Vote VoteBOSTON VoteBOSTON VoteBOSTON
BOSTON Jan J J 1 1Jloft More than Ron Rondelegates sofidelegates ft1 ft1deleptes
delegates to o the biennial convention conventionof
of f the Iirt International nuUionaI Bricklayers B cIdayeroa and amiMasons andMa andMasons
Masons Ma ODs Union Unl were present at t the theopening theepenlD theopening
opening session ses toII today todayTh todayTh todayThe
Th The chief blef legislation tlation will be th thnostlon the ther > I Is1l0nof
nostlon r s1l0nof of electing ele < ting international I11ternatl DaJ nf nfli nftt > f fti
ti < Ts > by tn referendum f r4DduJD vote of estaling estal estalsing stal staling
sing ing a mortuary benefit an and i a con eoiiimptive conarnptivce II IIlTllptiV
imptive home and various otherbenefitc other otherbenefits othTtw
benefits benefitcLTIMORE benefitsBALTIMORE tw > ne t tiML
BALTIMORE iML LTIMORE TIM ORE BOY BOYRETURNED BOYRETURNED BOYRETURNED
RETURNED HOME HOMEold H011ELorra HOMELorrain
Lorra Lorrain a Iutbert the seventeen MYeIIteeftyearold
old son of Prot Pr l Lorrain XL E Hulbert of ofJohn ot1ohn ofJohn
John HujifclM TTntveretty who wII cam came to toWabtegton toW toWatktngtoa
Wabtegton W yesterday to see the sights sightsof eightsof ts tsof
of 1 1cay the the Capital Is back III Baltimore to towitII toc
cay c with his w parents parentsYinxas parftltY parwatsVoting
Voting < Y g Hulbert was pekJ Dick ap j > as a arn ar arnaway
rn r rnaway I1dwa < tway by b the police poI shortly after his hisirrivalin hi hisarrival
arrival irrivalin 1 in Washington W and was wa de detained dctJ det ¬
tained tJ t nod i until the arrival ar dval of his father fatheriio fatberht
a inn ht took him back to Baltimore last lastnip lastII lastnight
II night nip i hi
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LOCAL MENTION MENTIONSweet
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Jas D Donnelly 14th 6t Eye St St25C St2SCo Sts
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Phils Oyster A Chop Home 513 51311th Utk 11t nw cawCabs nwCabs tW tWCaesk
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and calling Parkway Uvery I 0fJf7 Ce 1 lHi lHiW IKGWisconsin S SWisconsin
Wisconsin W aeonsID avenue Phond W 1 113 113Gas f3Gas 3 3Gas
Gas Ranges R Water Heaters 616 12th St StC Stc StC
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If year dealer ter bsit tuum i it see e Kudolpb KudolpbBarber ndolpn ndolpnWest
W West Barber A ROM R Dolts x > olia Martin LoAli L LButt j
Uartig Butt or Xa8a float
II I IN HONOR OF MEMORY OF ONE OF FAMOUS FAMqUS SONS OF INDIANA I
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W L LFALL LFALL
FALL ON 0 ICE FATAL FATALSCRANTON FATALSCRATON FATALSCRA
SCRANTON SCRA TON Pa Jan lftJ 1 > 1 E Ad Adamen Ad Ada AdIUIIIIOII
IUIIIIOII chief special agent f nt or the Lackaw Lack Lacka
aw a a anna railroad IB i is dying at the tMTaylor Mope MopeTaylor M MTaylor
Taylor Hospital from internal mjuries mjuriessustained lajtlriesMlStailted injurkaauatained
sustained by falling on an icy sidewalkmat sidewalk sidewalklast 8idewaJltIa8t
last Wede W WVISITOR Jlaedy JlaedyVISITOR day dayVISITOR
VISITOR DROPS DRO TN IN AND DIES DIESREADING DIESREADI DIESREADING
READING READI G P Pa Jan Mi MMrs Mrs Kate KateHottenstme XateHott KateHottenstine
Hottenstme Hott nsUne of Allentown a widow widowaged widop widopaged widojpraged
aged seventythree years Jell ell I dead of ofapoplexy ora of ofapoplexy
apoplexy a tplexy in the th home > of Nelson lson Bagen Bagenstorx Bagftlstorz Bagenetorz
storx at Temple n nf near > ar tT here > fir 1hp mtn mtnutes mtnutES minutes
utes after arriving aTr in there on a visit Yi lt
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WOOD WOODGOVERNOR WOODGOVERNOR
GOVERNOR CREEL RETURNS RETURNS1ARFDO RETURNSI RETURNS1ARFiM
1ARFDO I RE DO Tes7 Tex Jan MGovernor MGovernorEnliQ ieGovernorEnrique Governor
1 Enrique EnliQ Creel reel of Chihuahua who went wentto wentto wentto
to Washington aait OD on a diplomatic miscio miscioas mIMioI mbeioas
as I the representative tative of 0 President Diaz Diazpassed Diazaaseed
passed ta88I thrown tb Laredo for Mexico City CityBeyond Ctt CttBeyond CityBeyond I
Beyond the mere statement that tlta his hismission hi hisnlimioa
mission bad been successful aucce l tal the ambassador am ambassador ambassador ¬ I
bassador was guarded In his speech speechCHESHIRE staeechCHESHIRE I ICHESHIRE
I
CHESHIRE AT AMOY AMOYAMOY AMOYAMOY i iAXOY
AMOY China Jan l 1kF F D Cheshire CheshireAmerkan CheshireAmeriean beabl beablr
Amerkan r > an consul general at larg tar large has hasarrived ha haI haarrhf hasarrived
arrived arrhf > d here h re to inspect tn5pec t the consulate
I
I STATUE OF F LEW LE WALLAOE WALLACELEW WALLAOELEW WALLAOELEW
LEW WALLACE Jr
Iff 11 Lansburgh Lansb rgh Bro BroI B rO
I 420 to 4267th 426 7th 7thStreet Street 417 to 425 8th Street StreetJANUARY StreetIJANUARY StreetJANUARY
IJANUARY JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE SALEThe SALEThe
The Genuine Priceleveling Event That Throngs of Economists EconomistsAre Econ EconomistsAre mists mistsAr
Are Ar Reveling R veling in Each Day DayClean DayClean DayCkau
Clean clearance clearancea a positive complete selling of our o our r winter slocks stock5is is the plain purpose of this thisevent thisenl thistvrnt
event enl Instead of storing merchandise away we prefer to place it in the homes of ttir to patrons and im implant implant implant ¬
plant in their t ir memory the knowledge loow ge of great tat values gained gainedThese pinedThese ioed ioedT
These T Hems prove that large profit to you is parTand par and parcel of each purchase you make at this thissale thissale thisk thisGreat
sale k
sss Great Gr at Clearance Sale of ofWomens ofWomens oft ofWomen
t Womens s Coats Coatsand
and Suits
i Balance of Womens Womensi
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i Allwool Coat Suits in ineluding
eluding blacks Worth Wortht
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4000 4000V
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> Balance of Womens WomensAllwool WomensY
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Allwool Coat Suits SuitsWorth SuitsWorth
Worth 5000
4r 4rs 1 15881 15881Womens
s f Womens Operaf4 Opera OperaCapes
f4 Capes in evening eveningshades evening
U m shades worth up to toj
j 3000 tomorrow tomorrowQJ
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60 Womens Fancy Fancv FancvMixture
Mixture Long Lo Coats CoatsWorth OoatS OoatSWorth CoatesWorth
Worth up to 3000 3000Tomorrow 3000Tomonow 3000Tomorrow
Tomorrow
500 I
50 Womens Long LongBlack LongBlack LongBlack
Black Coats Worth up upto upto upto
to 2500 Tomorro TomorroBalance Tomorrow
750 750BalanCe
Balance of our stock stockof stockof stockof
of Misses 2piece Coat CoatSuit CoatSui CoatSui
Suit Sui t 0 and 1piece 1pieceDresses ipieceDresses 1pieceDresses
Dresses Worth up to to250t
2500 Tomorrow
766 I
it BLACK SILKS CUT IN PRICE
125 Black Taffeta for 786 786AH 78 78AU 78sAll
AH pure p re silk and d well ell finished fini ed Wfll Wfllgive WX11give 7 jU
7 8
give gIve satisfactory satisfactor service rvlCe 125 1 25 value for c
139 Black Peeoi Pe u de Cype for 98cAll 98c 98cAll 98cAll
All pure silk soft rich and highly bi ly fin finished fl flVill finished ¬
ished Will Vill give ive ve satisfactory service 98
139V21tJe 139 value for t
139 Black Taffeta for 98c 98cAll 98cAU 98cAll
All pure silk soft and warranted to give givesatisfactory j jsatisfactory 98
satisfactory service si 139 39 value for C
150 Black Princess Satin Messalinefor Messaline Messalinefor Messalinefor
for 119 119Rich 119Rich I9 I9Rich
Rich and beautifully finished all pure silk Willgive Will Willgive Vill Villgive
give satisfactory service S S15O 150 i3ovalue < t 1 1H 1Hvalue 19
value for spliy
SPECIAL S 1u EMBROIDERY E 2Q SALE SALEBigger
Bigger and better t opportunities are offered ff our patrons here tomorrow o for r buying e ethan embroidery
than at any time this season The bargains are extraordinary and you should not miss them
One Ix of Nainsook and Fine Ha Pi e Cambric Edging and andInserting sadInserting Rd RdI
I Inserting from 1 to 5 Indies wide Regular values valueslOc valueslOc 5
lOc and 12Jc yanL acrd Special yard yardterns n C
100 pieces of Beautiful uJIy Embroidered Ba Batleie JIIou Fiouxc Fiouxcinches c cz1
anal z1 inches wide scaBoped aDd ben 3tehed edge 59
Actual value T 1Ie sjc yard Special yard 0 C2inch c cJIowr
2inch Allover ElBbro Enabroide dery y in small baby pat patetas
terns etas and Irish It ieh point effects Regular value S15O 1 1yard
= wadpeclai wadpeclaiIt = IO IOl
yard Special a yard yrdI1i tDJ tDJISO
I1i ISO pieces of Embroidered Batiste Ba ate FtnMd Edge JWs JWsall
l B Bandings all desirable widths wid Is MId 1 110 1O deafens Regovalue Regu ICesUnIue ¬ 25c 25ca
lar value 40 tOe Spedalyani SpedaI C
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I 2OOO 000 yards of Nainsook and Swiss Embroidery Em EmI EtaEdgingsow
Edging Edgingsow goods that soil for 30c 6c yard Special S SOne l fl flyard Oc OcOne
I yard 7 IlC IlCOne
One lot of S Skirt FtometagK F1IIMI depc that M sold for 50ccard 5Oc 5Ocyard
yard yard yardISlack Special Specialyard Spectl11inck 2 2l8lnck
ISlack Cerset Cover CCW < < KrabroMerv Xm roidery eltk i ribbon ribixmbeadlag ribbonbeading
= beading top Kcswfer vane 2Sc ynL arL Special Specialyard ribbon15c 1 15c C Cyard
yard ItJC C Ct00
100 tdecos pieces of r Kdctep Hdd g and a d laeertiui faet f aei ctfeoe ctfeoeWind eats os
Wind 1 > ind work and shewy sh sy patterns 3e vRiueSpecial vHiue 1 18c Q QSpecial
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boardwalk promenaders promenad n are dfecuasin dfecuasinin uasiA uasiAin
in shivering tonne the appearance a appearance ft ftthree Jjfthree f fthree
three bathers ir the surf eur jesterdalt jesterdaltWhile ye e eWbile rd rdWhile
While hundreds wtrtefcsd wage d two men and anda anda
a wom woaian n yesterday af arer er ern qn took tt ttdtp ktitp adip
dtp in tie tale surf urf a aN d then t marie Ie a dash dashfor cIaabfor dashfor
for O their efr bath 1 atb bOMaee ee
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iiohn k j john hn filled with any cl the choiceAmerican choice choiceAmerican l C x
4cAm American rlcan Wines Special SpecialK i tI tIDemijohn
4 K Demijohn filled with 7yearold 7yearoldstra1ght 7yearoldStrafght 3r 3rfc
< fc < Straight PennsylvMla Pennsylv 1a a Xyean Byeani Sye Xyeanexcellent an anexcellent
i excellent old WWikey Wh1 keY1lPcc1a1 akeySpecialL25 special J
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STRIKE BREAKER MURDERER MURDERERST JtURDERERSTPAjL
ST STPAjL PAUL Jan 11Feriband Ferdinand Fet FWier FWiersaid Ehersatd Fhersaid
said to be an insane iDSa e murderer wno wnobroke who 1110broke whobroke
broke Jail at Warren Pa la last l July Julyhae Julyhas Julyhat
hat been arrested arr ed here Ff FfJh FiSht htr bad a4l been beenworking beenworkiDllt beenworking
working as a stTikfbtlaker strike breaKer beill beinp in incharge IIIcbarJe Incharge
charge of a si 1 swltchin ltchiri ttChjT1 crew rew in toe t ae JocaJ JocaJyards iocalyards cal calyard8
yards He uriM w1 l fight extraditl extraditfn > gyn n
Vic c Inaugurate Inau < urate the First FirstREMNANT FirntREMNANT FirstREMNANT
REMNANT SALE of ofLUOIQS ofLUCIOS ofLUCIOS
LUCIOS JEWELRY JEWELRYUnheard
Unheard of bargains to insure insuraquick insurequick insurequick
quick clearance clearanceLUDIOSXS clearanceLUGIOS
LUDIOSXS Aa HIGH HIGHAa s Jewelry Jew r1307
1307 F Street N W I
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BREAK A r WISHBONE WISHBONEWINNER 1SHBONEGETS
WINNER GETS GIRL GIRLBashful GIRLBashful GIRLashful
Bashful ashful Nebraska Suitors SuitorsAccept SuitorsAccept SuitorsAccept
Accept Challenge Pro Proposed Proposed Proosed ¬
P PBLI posed osed by Her HerBU HerBLI
BLI Neb > eb Jan tt 1ItJaOII LJa Jason on Brown aJl aJlHeM ant antHenry nl nlHenry
Henry HeM Ransom broke a a turkeys turkey wish wtehbone wl wishbone h hboI
boI bone e between them Jason lost be gotthe got gotthe gotthe
the short end eD of the tbeooe wishbone Henry Heniywas HMiQwaa Henrywas
was lucky indeed for with tile t e longof Jo long loiigend g gend
end or the wihboee w broe went Ute band and andheart an < 1 1heart
heart of Miss Amelia AJneU McIntyre elJatyre Sh Shproposed Sbpropo She Sheproposed
proposed propo ed the romantic test at her din dinner dlnDel dinner ¬
ner table t twill dims McIntyre and Ransom Ransomwill RaII om omw
will w l be marri marriBrown married next spring and Jason JasonBrown JaaonBrown
Brown will be his 1d best man manMiss maILXis manMips
Miss McIntyre and the two n area arehotneeteadeta are arehomesteaders arehome6teaden
homesteaders Ave fl miles south IIOUt of her hershe be besbe hereshe
she lives with her aged parents MUeIIs Brown BrownI Brownand ko koand
I and Ransom have courted her for sev several several v veral ¬
eral months she he k kmarriage knew a a JJCOPOMl JJCOPOMlmarriage bf bfmarriage
marriage from either or both was im immiaent imI trnminent
miaent she could not decide for her herself herself 1r 1rseI ¬
self seI to which whic man her affection afl Jean Jeaneel
I Jed eel TMfes Miss iM McIntyre invited her suitors suitorsto 81IItorsto suitorsto
to a a dinner Khe carved the turkey and andi andI andkept
i kept the wnbone w wishbone lbone for herseht h After Afterdinner Aftprdinner Afterdinner
dinner she he held up the tb wishboneGentletnen wishbone wishbonef wi hboDe hboDeGeatlcQen
I f Gentlemen I have known for SORT SORTtime 8Omtlm sourstitan
time tlm that you You both want to marry meIf me meif meIt
if you both were to ask me now I do donot donot donot
not know which I would accept for forboth torHUt forboth
both of you are honorable and moral moraland JIIOnLland moraland
and too bashful to express your f re rt ro ra feeUngg feeUnggSe ung
So break this t wishbone it is a agamble agambleI gamble gambleI
I ant the e stake to o be won The de dtai dtaiIs i ite r rif
te on the square everything > hi honest honestand hooe8taDd honestand
and above board The man who get gettbe betthe f ftbe
tbe short end of the wishbone loses I Iwttl Iwtli Iwilt
wilt marry m rry the other man Are Tau Tauready oa oaroadyT oaroady
ready readyTs roadyT roadyTYes
Yes exclaim exc1a1 te4 fed d Itaneom and Brownanxious Brown Brownanxious Brownaxxiou1i
I anxious to engage e in this love duel duelThey dUflTbey duelThey
They seized the ends of the wishbone wishboneand wishbooeand wiS oc ocaJKl
and tugged at them In an instant I et88t th thbone th1HNte tbbone <
bone parted partedRaIuotn Ransom held the long JoDr end endHenry endHenry endHenry
Henry exclaimed Brown Bro shaking shakingHansoms MIakIntRJI8OIIIs shakingRansoms
Hansoms band I am sorry for myself my myself myHI ¬
self HI but I congratulate you ou r rMiss snoorolt snooroltMIss DoeIeI DoeIeIYhls
Miss McIntyre I want wantme yva ybn 1e C086id eoneidcme C086idme
me always the next be bend beet trieINI to yet yethusband l lhu
hu husband baDd nd that you have haveJason haver haveJason
Jason r is a coed loser saM aW MisAmelia Mir MirAmelia 1IVAmelia
Amelia after Brown had gone ai a J JRPASeIft > T TKfutsem
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Business BlIsille s Hears until further notice are 880 a m to 530 p > m mCalendars DICdeJuIars ii iiCalendars
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Mens Fine Waistcoats W dstCats at 245 245SALE
1 SALE of Mens Fine Waistcoats Vaistcoats styles 5tles and shades any man would be glad to have in his wardrobe wardrobeThey wudrobeThey waitdrobeThey
1 ASALE They were made especially for street and business wear of Imported Novelty Fabrics aid High JUghade Highgrade Highgrade
grade ade English Woolens and are jiM as attractive as models displayed by the custom tutors tutorsThe tilorsToo tailorsThe
The tailoring ta lorin of every vest was performed by hand and they are lined in a manner io suit the mostcareful most mostcareful
j careful and discriminating discrininatin discrinfina i dressers the buttons are of the finest ocean pearl pe rl The regular re r sizes are afeijl aH herei here heretogether ere ereI
I together t tber with an ample assortment of stouts stoutsSpecial stootsI stoutsSpecial
I Special price price 245 for choice choiceRegularly choiceRegularly choiceRegularly
Regularly priced up to 5600 5600r X60 60 o oTeatia 0t
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At Unusually Low OW Prices PricesTHIS PricesTHIS Y1C S ST
HIS sate of Dress ress Goods is one 0I1 of the most important features of our January Clearance Safe It offers of offers offers ¬
THIS T fers x most uncommon U COR101OI1 opportunity for saving materially en n fabrics adapted adaoted for present or orfuture ort orfuture
future use The prices es alone are decidedly interesting but the quality and newness newness of the fabrics iabricsare fabricse fabricsare
t are e also of much importance importanceGarments JiuDOI inoortance inoortanceGarments 2nce 2nceI
Garments that may be produced from these materials will if tailored correctly possess style grace gracefulness gracefuiness gracefuiness ¬
I fuiness and the highest possfcle characterfacts character facts that should be well weighed weighed a awhen hed and carefuMy careful cottskfered cottskferedwhen COASi coli5 ereJ ereJwhen
when the purchase purcha of any kind k pd of dress goods oo s is contemplated contemplatedItems contemplatedItems contemplatedItems
Items suggestive of the savings that can be effected
50 yards Allover Brown Striped Diagonal reduced redu ed from S150 150 to 75c a yard
50 yards Allwool Marsh Green Striped Diagonal reduced from 150 to 75c a yard
30 yards Allwool Twotoned Blue Striped Suiting reduced from 150 to 75c a a yard
22 yards Allwool Twotoned Blue Striped Serge reduced from 150 to 75c a yard yardn
25 yards Allwool Twotoned Gray n y Striped Suiting reduced from 150 to 75c a yardi yard
i 20 yards Allwool Twotoned Brown Sui Suiting reduced from 5150 150 to 75c a yard
I 20 yards Allwool Twotoned Blue Cheviot reduced from 1 125 25 to 75c a yard yardI
I 75 yards Allwool BlackandGray Striped Strip d Suiting reduced from 150 to 100 a yard
25 yards Allwool Brown Novelty Striped Suiting reduced from 150 to 100 a yard
14 yards Brown Striped Bordered Novelty reduced from 200 to 100 yard
20 yards Allwool Wine Homespun Cheviot reduced from 150 to 100 yard rd
20 yards Allwool Ottar of Roses Homespun Cheviot reduced from 150 to 100 a yd
20 yards Allwool Slate Homespun Cheviot reduced from 150 to 100 a yard yardDress yardDress yardDress
Dress Lengths
7 yards 54inch BlackandGray Homespun Cheviot reduced from 14 to 7 for piece F
7 yards 54inch Green Striped Novelty y Suiting reduced from 1050 to 700 for piece piece71h
7 71h yards 50inch Blue Novelty Serge reduced from 1125 to 700 for piece
6 4 yards 50inch Brown BroW l Serge reduced from S101 101b to 675 for piece pieceSecond pieceSecoDd pieceSecond
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I Stationery in the January White Sale SaleHIS SaleTHIS
HIS shipment of Stationery was late in arriving arrivin else it would have been on sale earlier in the month monthbut m lth lthbut h hbut
THIS but the delay only tends o make the sale 51e of more importance Paper and envelopes envek enve > p S te t match inthe in inthe inthe
the very fashionable and desirable shades of white and blue and in linen vellum bond and bid laidfinishes bidfinishes aidSpecial
finishes finishesSpecial finishesSpecial
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