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THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY MO AY JANFABY JA T tiT rr RY tY 17 1910 7
t BOYNTON INT0N EXPLAINS EXPLAINSTHEORY EXPLAINSTHEORYOF
mm THEORYOF OF LIVING LUGSleep LIVINGSleep LIVINGSleep
Sleep Under Stars Dance on onGrass on onGrass o n nCrass
Grass and Grow Healthy Healthyand Heal Healthyand thy thyand
and Rich RichTTip RichThP RichTn
TTip Tn head h II of f tfee I H Ht He of ofbat Boynboes BoynboesI
t bat at faaafly of area aarenthe wile IIIeep ender endertis
the th welkin dance on the green peenmow they theymow
mow themselves every atoning before
lrrakfa lrpaktast t talk about ab tat ptueverancefl peneverance peneverancecTcarage peneyeranceurage
cTcarage fl urage patience and Mwe generally like
the 1 hf Duncan Duncanst dr draasnivtd ed In Waahing Washl Washln
t > n to try a case before the Supreme Supremeourt Supremeourt
Court ourt and today explained all about It
lIe Js a prosaic attorney at Jaw except exceptwnen exceptWJ1eon exceptwneh
wnen he te to his own 0 home and then
lie doesnt d t t take ke hi hili hat off 0 < < to the M Mproponents 3alU3ef item
IaurIce Hewietta Bwlett heroes or any oU other otherproponents
proponents of a strictly open n air policy poIk poIkL
Charles L T Boynton h his hi wife and five fivechildren liveChildren
children who made de his name famoi famoieven famous famouseven
even unto the WaldorfAstoria in Ne Nev
York liv UTe fa baua SRa ut Francisco FJaDeI co Their Theirmanner Theirl1anner Theirt
manner t ianner of living IIvtacttraeted attracted the attention attentionof
of scoffers near and far and Sunday Sundaythe Sunda Sundathe Sundaythe I
the first thing Mr Boynton saw on ar arriving arrj arriving ¬
riving rj in Washington W oa was an II editortain editorial editorialin
in the Sunday evening ev edition of It The TheTime Th ThTIma TheTimes
Time Times under the captain Wonder WonderWhat Wonderhat Wonderhat
What hat the Mai Tl Thinks nks of the Scheme Scheme SchemeIn
1 In n it as described de trlbed the peculiar tenets tenetsof tenetsHrs tenetsFL
of FL Mrs Boynton and the five little 1 lBoynton 1Boyntona J JBontOOJl
Boynton as follows followsThey 1 1They I IThey
They sleep under the stars she says saysthere saysthe saysthere
there the are a good many y of them themr a alusband a aIusband aluband
lusband and Dei five children although hefigures he hefigures hetlgures
figures in th the conversation eon conver AtiOII tien only onl once oncend oncend oncend
nd then wtth wltb h the rest of the family familyis
is s they U UJoa on arising the first thing thinsj thingto
j s to sins a hymn to the sun Here we weEppose wesppose wesppoee I
Eppose the old maa COKMS > x out strong strongt
t he h is given no credit Then there thereIs t thereSs re I
Is s a Jl mental > ntal exercise on some IM IDe such suchti suchtlJught suchtrnught
ti tlJught < vaght as courage co perseverance eraace or ori orkindred I Ikindred
i kindred topic Asatn w we feel curios curiosJty f ft3
Jty t t3 to have some closer information on i iiw I1w i ii
iw i tR the foodprovider handles his parttr part partcf partt
cf t this exercise exerciseTle exercl8eT
Tle T I e writer playfully toys t with the thelynton thetnton
lynton 1 ynton system and concludes with withilic withi withtine
tine i challengeBefore challenge challengeBefore chaUe ie ieBefore
Before indorsing the t scheme we wev wed wer
v aid d like to have ba e a quiet talk talkjrith Jritlt th the theI
I an who is alluded to tot as s they and see seev seeat
v at t he hf would confess CODt if be could really reallyunbosom reallyLnbOsom reallyLnbosom
LnbOsom himself himselfMr bmeltMr httaseILMr
Mr Bovnton Bo ton accepted Ute Utelit cnaltense cnaltenselio challenge challengeailed
lit < ailed lIe this tld morning for the little Ruleto littletalk little1a
1a talk k with the t editor e ttor and said he heT wasv was wasT
T fling l1In to he quoted In fact he made madei Jna4Iefluite madequite
i finite fluite clear that he is proud MOtId of the thehole thec
c hole ii > le performance even the dancing dauciegto dancingto da dato
to interpretative nt rpretaU e music mualcn He asserted assertedvery as assertedc erted ertedcry
very cry c rp emphatically that he was happy happyI app
I take it the tb thepcIt spirit of your Iour question qDe Oll OllIs
1 > Is the sort of of o life therein referred referredt erred erredI
t oractical for everyday ev everydaycircamstantee day people DeOPIe in ordir8rc ordi ordii ordIv
i v r8rc pr no circumstances dlC1lJ2l8tn < < T he beIt declared declaredWhen dedarec1Wh
When Wh It hen n Mrs Xr Boynton and I were mar mari marlfd mared
i lfd ed some ten and onehalf ba1f years a af an o oVP
VP n f r had less 1es than 3SS JM bet betI between us and andI Del DelI
I had ha < 1 been bt > en admitted to the bar but butnme butlIm butnn
nme lIm months We took up life in a city cityv cityere
v I pre neither of us had rehttivee or orlousiness erI ore
I e lousiness friends other than of new ac act ACclaintance
C t laintance We Ve now have five children childrenanl cblldrenani childrenaii
anl solely out of the earnings of my myfficc myrPficc y yk
fficc k we have been able with this thismode thismode thismode
mode of life to lay by wuftletent to as asFiite asIte asre
Fiite Ite re should my earnings earJ DS now cease ceasepn cea ceasean e en
pn n inc inme < > nne fairly ample to maintain maintainthe maintainthf maintainthe
the family and an = I educate our children childrenivithout childrennithout
ivithout 1 ithout drawing on the principal principalMr priadpal1fr principalMr
Mr Boynton was Just as emphatic emphaticen
en n the point of family famU health Said heWhen he heWhen heWhfD
When Mrs Mr Boynton moved the fam family fami famiy ¬
ily i beds onto the roof I was in doubt doubtjBvt doubtBi doubtBet
Bet Bi as to results one example will suf sufboy suCtp suft ¬
t tp e OUr youngest is a boy two and andonehalf IUIdonehal andonehalf
onehalf years old He Hea bas never DeVera had hada
a COM < OW With WithIfn 1beCIPtI4Iik 1Cj1 1Cj1trn Qf Qfifn
Ifn days days last J st summer Su when the family familywere familypr familyhere
were pr away from home bolDer that boy 00 has hasrever hasJeer hasever
Jeer ever been 111 Excepting during those thoseTen tho thoseten e
7 Ten days since that babe was three threeweeks tbreeef threeweeks
weeks ef > ks old he has slept soundly and andFteadHy aDdFtradHy andFtead
FteadHy Ftead + iy every night nl < < bt from I p m until
6 a a m and never a U much as disturbed disturbedus
us once out e although altbo he sleeps beside I our ourffd ourd ourd
ffd d and months have passed NUI84d at a astretch astTEtch astretch
stretch when I have not even evfh heard heardJrim heardkim
kim Cry These Tbe e facts are to toe taken takenliterally taker5t takenlterally
literally 5t > raI1Y with all they imply tmpl Theother The Theother Thetheor
other theor children are IR m a state te of health healthfjaally bealthEqually healthequally
Equally satisfactory satisfactoryBut
But Mr Calhoun declares where tb tbtheory the thellle thet
theory llle t eory T works out to the best advantage advantageIs aclvaata < < e eJs
Is in the > mental training feature featureEvery featureIery featureEven
Every morning the mother lead leads each eachchild eachfhiM eachchild
child into a discussion dillc1 8ion of some quality qualitycr
cr c r virtue as honesty courage oou or perSe perSeveranoe pe perbrance oe oerance
veranoe rance As to results here is an ex example ex expmple exrnl1plf
ample Some months ago < < 0 we noticed noticedOIT noticedoir odeedC
OIT C > 11 next youngest boy the fouranda fouranda1fyearokU fourandaJfyearokJ
1 1fyearokU grunting and lid struggling strugglingver st stf
f < > ver v for a refractory ret tory shoe lace which had hadT hadJlst hadtst
T Jlst fet Its metal tip For fully full threeac threeacters threoequar threoequarters threequarters
ters of an hour the little fellow k kT kept keptat kat
at T It and when be had finished finishedwalked Rnisbedtalked 6e 6ealked
walked alked over to his mother and said saidThats saidThats saidThats
Thats perseverance veraaee tent I nt ItT ItTcontinued It ItFor itrFor
For one boar continued Mr Mrthe Boys BoRt
t the th youngsters accompany their theirt theirJnfhfr theftI
Jnfhfr I t other through a aeries erie of exercises exercisesfri1 exerdMat
t fri1 1d games to tousie music There exercisesf exercises ex extaktn
t > f e taken on the lawn if the weather weatherI
I emits otherwise o indoors They con conF conor conE
F t of movements m ts In harmony with in interpretative Int intrpretative ¬
terpretative t rpnotaU e music musicMr mU8lcIr mtmleMr
Mr Ir Boynton admitted ted he had grave gravec I > rV rVubts
c ti ubts about the t musical leal exercises ex at attie attiP atte
tie start startSin startSince tart tartSince
Sin Since < I have ha watched them go goI goiroach
I Touch Tou h the t exercises fx with greater en eni ensiasm enusiasm
i usiasm each morning ne said u uf I Imi ir
mi f 111 n no new w more earnest about their c totrI1 c ctinc it itfiTnnn
fiTnnn trI1 nce e than ny II wife
=
I HEALTHY FAMILY OF ADVOCATES OF SIMPLE LIFE I
LAUNDRESS f TALK TALKINCENSES TALKINCENSESMODEL
INCENSES INCENSESMODEL INCENSESMODELMiss MODEL MODELMiss
Miss Hall Says Mrs Reed ReedSaid ReedSaid ReedSaid
Said Horrid Things Thingsand Thingsand Thingsand
and Court Interferes InterferesCLAREMdNT InterferesCLAREM InterferesCLAREWJNT
CLAREMdNT CLAREM NT X H Hr Jan 17 17In 1 Zva Zvala
la New Hampshire Haaap latre where wlleremodels artiste artistemodels artistsmodels
models are supposedly suppoee ly rare one cant cantsay cuaty cantsay
say y what one pleases about a out them t the as asAnnie aswas
was learned In tIM police court 1tJ Kn MrsAnnie
Annie Reed wife of a PhUnHeM PIaIII eId farmer fannerwhom farmerwhom
whom whom fate has assigned to be caretaker caretakerin
in the house house of Henry HeIII B Fuller Fullerr = a aPlainneM aPlainfield aPlainfield
Plainfield artist now DO busy with a paint painting patatlDlt painttug ¬
tug called The Temple T BlpJe of Life for forthe ferthe forthe
the Christian Science church churchIn cburchIn churchIn
In Mr Fullers house there Is a node nodeMiss JIIOCMIIr modalMiss
Miss Mildred r Hall HalJr of Xew York twos tweafnttag twenwho twosMiss
who whofn
fn fnMIM fnttag r rMiss
Miss Hall told Judge Leighton Lelg to thatMrs that thatMrs tlIatKn
Mrs Reed said horrid things about a out her herto berto herto
to Mr Mrs Fuller that Mrs Reed sprang sprangat sprangat sprangat
at her throat throa1r and before she could be bepried bepried bepried
pried away left thereon sundry sundryscratches 3Undryacratebes sundryscratches
scratches and marks marksI rui r arka arkaI cs
I didnt declared lared Mrs Reed Then Thencouched Thenhe Thenshe
she < he told to t judlre aU sorts IOr J of things tbIBS8Nuhed thingscouched
couched in heated terms until the judgefinally judge judgeAnally ju e eftDally
Anally threatened tbreat ned to n use e her for con contempt eontPIIIJM contempt ¬
tempt of court whereupon she was wasquiet wasquiet ra raqldet
quiet During the lull Judge Leighton Leightonfound Lei Leightonfound hton htonfound
found Mrs Reed guilty of asaauit as t and andlined andJloed
lined her 35 together with costs amount amountnot amou amounttag t tIn
In tag < < to Ii IiShe 1730 1730She
She glared as Ids honorpms honorarni akimbo akimboTn akimboIll
Tn Ill go o to jaJI for TAt not guilty gullt gulltM
she M declared > clar Her husband hue 8nd spoiled leittt the
dramatic effect ect of the declaration 1aratlon b bquietly by bv bvquietlv
quietly handing overthe over the money
Im not a model mod I but only a wawn wawnsurgica w3lb w3lburgical waehUrg
Urg surgica ai operations operationsThey operationsThey
They Failed to Curt Painful Wears WearsH UlcersH
H E Boardjaan BordmDr Yonkers N Y Twrites YwrttM Ywrites
writes writesI
I suffered from severe pains p jas in m myeyes my myeyes DIYeyes
eyes caused cau ed by ulcers and doctored doctoreda
a great deal and underwent three op operations 011eratlons operatioes ¬
erations but failed to get g < < permanent permanentrelief JtenaReDtIie permanentrelief
relief Iie till t l I tried Hoods SarsaparUht SarsaparUhtI srs SaraparillsI par lla llaI
I cannot too hlfjtly praise this re reined reinedI remedj remedjtroubled tedJ
1 recommend It heartily to all wbore wboreboubled whoaretioabled
troubled with impure bloodHoods Hood HoodHoods bIoodr bIoodrHeods
Hoods Sarsaparilla expels all humors humorsfrom humorsfrom humorsfrom
from from the blood cures alt eruptions MH MHbuttds and A1I41huIIct2 andbuilds
builds up the whole system It is dif different different different ¬
ferent from all other medicines medicinesGet medkiDesGet medicinesGet
Get It today In usual U6U 1 liquid form 01 atablets 01tablets 01tablet
tablets called Sarsatabs Srsa b8 1 1i Doses i
1 1 1Business
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Business Hours S5O A M to 550 P M MFor Mi M0r
T s
i 4 For 0r Good o0 Tea TeaTo LGi LGiTo i
j To enjoy exhilarating and aridwholesome i iwholesome =
44 wholesome Tea Teafree free from fromtannin fromu
1 ± h tannin use the u Universal UniversalSamovar UmvcrsalUSamovar UniversalSamovar
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1 It I t brings brin gs out only the Good GoodThings GoodThings
i Things in Tea by bymomentary bymomentaryf a momen moment momenimmersion momentary momentaryimmersion
f immersion in boiling waters water waterIt f
t f f fIt
s It ltis is as convenient to use as asthe asthe z zthe
= the beverage it brews is delightfuL de delightful delightful ¬ =
lightful lightfulTELE lightfuLT i iI
I t T TELE TH 13E TIM UIfIVERSAL j U tNIVERSAI VERSA VERSAU 1 f fI t
I SAMOVAR SAMOVARDulin i ij iI
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f Pottery Porcelain China Q oa Glass Silver Etc Etci i it
t i 1215 P St and an d 121448 1214 = 18 180 Q St Sth i
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MRS BOYNTON AND HER FIVE CHILDREN
erwoman and I have ha e to wash a8h the mod models modcis ¬ j
els Is clothes because theyre t top too laz lazto ter terto
to do It themselves them elves was 1nU Mrs Irs Reed Reedparting 3 3parting aparting 1
parting fling as she flounced Iou ed away awayMtes awayKIM awayMiss
KIM HaH ignored the vulgar squabble souabMeand squabbleand i iDel
and Del hinged hln < < ed on art artI
1 like New Hampshire she said I
1 1crtsp
especially the huge snowdrifts the thecrtsp thecrisp
crtsp air and the country life Alter Alteradding Afteradding itttC I
adding AddIn < < that she has potted po ecI for Carroll CarrollBxckwtth CarrollRldcwlth CarrollPsckwith
Bxckwtth BiaahOeid Blaah Harrison Fisher Fisherand Fisherand
I
and other wellknown artists she hast hastened ha hastened ¬
ened back k to where The na Temple Te ple ofLife of ofIJfe orI
Life I Me is being created for or the Christian ChristianScientist Chri ChristianScientists tian tianSdentisu
Scientist
I
PELLAGRA HAS VICTIM VICTIMNATCHEZ t lCTIJ ICTIINATCHEZ I IXATCHEZ
NATCHEZ Miss Jan 17 liPeIaT 17Pellagra Pellagra j i
today caused ca the death of Mrs Thomas ThomasBebac ThomasBeber <
Beber fiftysix years Te18 old wife of Judge Jud JudReber I 1Reber
Reber She died in a samarium sa ItariUID after afterau afterau 1
au illness u of 0 seven week
j 3000 Suits S ts Reduced to X1250 1250 =
SUITS SUITSVorth SUI fS
3500 Suits Reduced educed to 1550 1550I
1 4000 Suits Reduced to X1950 1950 1950j Worth to 2500 2500Included 500 500I
I j 1800 Coats Reduced to 850 850I 9 50 50i
I 2500 Coats Reduced to 1250 1250I
Included in in this thislot lot ire Ladies Ladiesand
I i 0 tCi no and r Misses Suits in black I and all allcolors al1tiIUUU a aV
3000 300 Coats c t Reduced R d d 1500 15 00
4 tiIUUU V oa S e uee to t 0 T colors colofSy with a complete line of sizes
Fur Coats Oats 9 9f 4250 4250t
t 60 70 75 and 85 values valuesIncluded valuest
t Included are 36 and 42 inch Moire MoirePony
t Pony Caracul French Seal and North Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern
western Mink Coats Some brocade brocadelined brocadet brocadelined
t 1 lined other othe in Skinners satin These Theseare Theseare
+ are exceptional excep ional values at the price priceL
L
Waists 379
500 650 and 750 values valuesMade valuesMade valuesMade
Made of chiffon mescaline taffeta taffetanet taffetaneI taffetareel
net lace la r peau de joie < = oie Oie7 and crepe dechine de dechine dechine
chine Black and all colors co coors ors are being beingshown beingshown beingshown
shown making an excellent assortment
BANK WILL HOLDSULTANSDEPOSITS HOLD HOLDSULTANS
SULTANS SULTANSDEPOSITS SULTANSDEPOSITSTurkish DEPOSITS DEPOSITSTurkish
Turkish Claim to Abduls AbdulsMillions AbdulsMillions AbdulsMillions
Millions Said to Be BeInyalid BeInyalid BeInyalid
InyalidJan Inyalid Inyalid3KRUlf Inyalidt12nDl
3KRUlf Jan 3 17O 11 ciab e of f Out Outas dtecIIe theDent
Dent cIIe Hook k W4Ia7 as r ras esied ttouirt ttouirtas
as tI te auceeM uceeM of the j MOo mmvenaent mmvenaenttf o e iant iantMhfeh t tbIcJa
tf Mhfeh bIcJa tfc t1e Tnrktob TarIdJIbdertaJ governaMBt governaMBtderUltv baa ann anndetta
dertaJ derUltv t a > recover UM tIMdollar sereiml sereimldolbuc adihloa adihloadollars
dollar which Abdul Hasid the de depoMtt deP depoemi
poMtt P < fIt Souui of Turkey Han to his cred credit crecIit credit ¬
it in tile tmn tmnXo Lk LkNo cantNo
No one dt 4tibt has bt that the money the oxact ex exact IIXa ¬
a act et am bd beta unknown U 14r anyvae I VIIe save savethe av avthe v vthe
the task officials omclaJa olclals and Del Abdul wa was ob obtained obtaJaecl ohtamed ¬
tamed by I r Abdul bdaI by doubtful methods mfltlMMtop methodsbut 110M 110Mbut
but tM wily p Oy Sattan took care to toIt nave naveed haveit
It depeslted ed fa a regular way and amhe unless unlesshe onieaetc
he himself omits tc to UP It transfer the thebank thebank thebank
bank will probably iDur JlrDUCe the portes portesTRAIN port portreq1JftlL portesrequest
request req1JftlLTRA1N
TRAIN KILLS PRINCE PRINCEMAXHBOK PRINCEKADJ80N PRINCEMADI8ON
MAXHBOK m lit Jan UThe body of ofthe eCthP ofthe
the supposed IHIJpoee Armenfatn laborer who whowas WMWAS whowas
was killed Id ed by a train Just one week weekago weeka weekago
ago a o today has h been identified as that thatnf th thatof t tof
of Prince Pri P8da8 Padasdar ar Mongoo Monaosoria f0llC Ja a for former formfr former ¬
mer genera In the Armenian revolution revolutionary eYolutonary evulutionarp ¬
ary ary army
t I I I I I I I I 0 0 I I I I I I I I I I I I 0 I It C + + + + I J It 0 I I I I I I II
I f
I The BOIl on j jOffers March1e F or ed Sale I
1 I i t Offers Still Lower Lo ver Prices This This Week WeekMany WeekMany
i i t +
11any Many new lots of goods have been brought down d wn from our stockrooms and our entire stocks stockshave 1 j jhave t
i have been remarked at even lower prices than were ever before quoted It is absolutefy J Ji4trat necessary necessary4that 1e essary essaryrt
4that i4trat uve ve convert rt this this entire stock Into Il O cash and for that reason the th reductions are even even more moreradical moreradicali moreradicalthen radical t tI +
I i then would exist under ordinary conditions =
4
j Misses Cloth Suits sizes izes 14 14t
t + 15 and 16 broadcloths cheviots chevi cheviots cheviots
ots and novelty cloths S12J S12Jto 1200 1200to 1100to
+ to 1850 regularlyChoice regularly regularlyChildrens
6 695 695t 95
1 + Choice tomorrow 1 1t
t < > Childrens twopiece Suits Suitst Suitssizes
t t t sizes 10 12 127 and 14 all colors colorsWere colorsVere colorsWere
Were 898 SlO8 1098 1098and < Q AQ AQt
+ 2 298 298Childrens 98
t and 1298 12 98 Choice ChoICet tD iO iOt
t
t t Childrens Coats sizes 2 to 5 5t 5years
t t years Regular price p t tt
t 400 oo tomorrow p 24
f
All our Misses Coats in sizes sizesfrom sizesfrom sizesfrom
from 8 to 16 years the newest neweststyles neweststyles neweststyles
styles in all 1I colors
700 Coats now 393
1200 Coats Co ts now 598
1650 Coats now nowChildrens 7S 7SChildrens 7SChildren7s
Childrens Coats sizes 2 to 6 6years 6years 6years
years Regular price o QO
2 98
698 6 98 tomorrow tp tO
9
2500 Dresses Reduced to o 750 i i
3000 Dresses Reduced to o 1050 1050At
+ tAt
At these two prices we W are showing moire moire7 broadcloth taffeta taffetachitlon taffetachiffon t tchifton
chiffon and novelty cloth effects stylishly stylishly made and in extremely extremetysood extremelyod
g sood od taste +
2750 27 50 Evening Dresses 1450 i
4500 OO Evening Dresses 2450 2450We f fWe 1 l 1l
We have h we grouped grou our entire stock stoc of Evening and Dance DanceDresses DanceDresses DunceDresses
Dresses in these two lots Many exceptional values V4Il are offered t
Skirts S 750
10 1250 15 and 18 values valuesAH valuesAll valuesAll
I
All the latest stylesvoiles styles voiles in selfsilk self selfsHk selfsilk
silk and satin trimmed some with silk silkdrop silkdrop silkdrop
drop panamas pafi nas broadcloths prunellas prunellasand prunellasand prunellasand
and taffeta Choice tomorrow for ° only nly nlyi
i 750 50
Childrens White Vh te Bearskin BearskinCoats BearskinCoats BearskinCoats
Coats quilted linings 3 and andyear 4 4year 4year
year sizes 500 500values CO 2 QQ QQvalues 98
values Tomorrow TOI11OITowMisses TomorrowMisses < cO cOMisses
Misses Onepiece Dresses Dressesonly Dressesonly Dressesonly
only a few left regular 1350 1350values 1350c 1350childrens 1350valuer
values valuerChoice < Jr QO QOChoice
c Choice ChoiceChildrens < PD O OChildrens
Childrens White Dresses Dressesembroidery Dressesembroidery Dressesembroidery
embroidery and lace trimmed trimmedsizes trimmedsizes trimmedsizes
sizes 2 tQ 4 years regular regularprice regularprice regularpuce
price puce 250 250Tomorrow 1 1 9f
Tomorrow T InorrOv < p i 24 Tb
Childrens Percale and Mad Madras Madras Madras ¬
ras Dresses 6 to 14 < years years75c yearsi
i 75c 75 jt < regularly regularlyTomorrow Q
Tomorrow OC OCChildrens 39 7C 7Childrens C CChildrenYs
Childrens Felt Hats and andCaps andCaps arxlCaps
Caps iegu regular ar 150 values valuesChoice valuesChoice valuesChloe
Choice tompr tomor tomorrow ¬ 25 C CC7
row v vi vChildrens C CQ
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Childrens Q idren7s Ffcmefette Fk Fklxieiette te Skirts SkirtsRegular Skirts19c SkirtsRegular
Regular price 49c To To Tomorrow f fmorrow
= 19c
morrow only C
GAS run CAuSES fuiioro DEft DEATH DEATHOF nrini DEATHOF i H HMan
OF WILLlA VLL1AM80 SORRELL SORRELLMan RRELL RRELLMan
Man Who Accidentally In Inhales In1Iales Inhales ¬
hales Fumes Dies After AfterLingering AfterLingering AfterLingering
Lingering a Day DayWWnam DayW1IiI DayWNgoat
WWnam W1IiI SnrreM twenty years W who whowa wboaceldtIy whowan
wa wan acddc aceaisntly try overcome a by ay y hnaliin BadnatIng hnaliinSeventn < 1 L at atIIJ
Ing gaO IIJ yesterday In ltIII boate at atSegeBtII 6 6Stveetb
Seventn tneet aooUrwcat 800 s died thismorning this thismontlny thisMOrJIbIJr
morning in the Eoersency 1 DiD TTonpffal TTonpffalCoroner spltal spltalCoroner tJltaI tJltaIcoer
Coroner NerHt cave Ye a eertmemte of ac accidental accWental accidetctal ¬
cidental asphyxiation asphyxiationSorrell aepkyxJatIonSorrell asphyxiationSorreli
Sorrell lived with his slater e and dIIIItbfo was wasafternoon wasthe
the only person III the house 7e yesterday yesterdayafternoon teniay
afternoon He TWO situ k IL his room roomreading roomreadiDc roomreading
reading and did net detect d < < eet the odor of ofescaping orpIr ofescaping
escaping pIr xax front a above ta the thekitchen theJd1cbea thekltch
kltch kitchen When his staler returned she shehim > h hfoand he hefoand
foand Mm ettisg PUB at te a chair wncon auconsdoas wnconactotM 1IDCOnJl4l
actotM actotMHe sdoasNe
He Jl4l wax txfcen laan a 1 an ambulance aM uJaaee to th thhoffftttal the theJIota thebtseital
JIota btseital hoffftttal ital There TtII < < tHte t1 o doctors a said ww id there therePAINFUL therewas
w was DO heae Z for lit his reeeecy reeeecyPAINFUL reeoeetryPAINFUL
PAINFUL HONESTY HONESTYSchoolmaster HONESTYSehoollllaster80 HONESTYSchoolmasterSo
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coats 125 I
250 Black Heather Heatherbloom Hearbloom t
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5598 598 Black Taffeta Silk SilkPetticoats Silk6 t
Petticoats 289 289Silk °
6 Silk Princess P ncess Slips 398 t
I Worth WorthWhile While Reductions From the Millinery Department
t 55 55 5 and 650 Trimmed Hats Now 95c 95ct 95cI
t 750 and 8 Trimmed Hats Now 195 195i
i 15 and 18 Trimmed Hats Now NowI 495 495i 495flack
I i Black Felt Hat Shapes Now 25c
French and Willow Plumes
165 Values V lues Now 95c 95cX400
X400 400 Values Now 195
600 Values Now 345
900 Values Now 495
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