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1 16 6 THE WASHINGTON A SHIi1 TGTflN TIMESTIE TBIES TUESDAY SDAB JANUAET 18 1 1910
HORSEMANS BURIAL BURIALNEATH BURIALBody
NEATH APPLE TREE TREEBody TREEBody TREEof
Body BodyNEATH of R H Dame Placed PlacedUnder PlacedUnder PlacedUnder
Under Tree He HePlanted HePlanted HePlanted
Planted PlantedTTntfer Plantedt1IIIer PlantedLittler
Littler the boughs o of a abBFdy old eldappte eNapple oldapple
apple tree on n his 1 Is I farm two mttes from fromChain fr frChaI fromChain
Chain ChaI Bridge the body of R H DarBe DarBea Z > ane anea
a noted horseman and an R4I citizen of ofCeorsetvwn oCC ofeersetbwa
Ceorsetvwn C r1etIItwB who was one of the themounted tMmouatfld themounted
mounted bodyguard at the inauguration inaugurationof
of President PreM eat Lincoln was as buried buriedOomptteartona buried4leveloplBg buriedCompikadens
Oomptteartona doveioping from fr inju injuries Injuries Injuries ¬
ries sustained suMm1 ed through tkro sgk a fall gave savelittle gavelittle gavelittle
little hope Ope a week age of the recovery recoveryof reco recoveryof ry ryot
of Mr MrDarDe Darne When he was tokl that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the end was near he requested that his hisbody hisbody hisbody
body be 1 e interred under the apple tree treewhose treewhose i iwhoM
whose growth he had watched from Nm a asapling asapling I IsapllRb
sapling The spot lies within wit ift the view viewof r1ewof
I
of the Loooburs Lee urg road roadThe roadThe roadThe
The death of Mr Dame occurred occurredearly occurredearly
early ar1y Sunday sA ay morning With Ms pass passing passing SS8 SS8lng ¬
I
ing Washington Waehl gtoa horsemen honJ lose probably probablythe probaolythe pro 8bly 8blythe
the best friend they have ever had As Aslong Asong Aslong
long ong as a fifty years ago Mr lr Darne Darnewon Dernewon I IWon
won a famous trotting race from Wash Washington Washington ¬
ington to LeeebttTC Lee bu and JHI return the thestakes thestakes h hstakes
stakes being Slog which was consider considered considered ¬
ed a heavy purse at that thattlme time He may maybe maybe maybe
be said to have been the dean of the thelivery thelivery
livery stable Bta Ie business in Georgetown Geol1et GeorgetownSurviving wn wnSurviving j jSurviving
Surviving Mr Darne are his wife two twosons twotOl18 twoSons I
sons Leonard and Harry and aj ajdaughter a adaughter adaughter
daughter Mabel He was eighty el < < hty years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old and a member r of 0 the CatholicChurch Catholic CatholicChurch CathollcChurch
Church Funeral services were conj con conducted conducted
ducted at his residence r nce on his farm by bythe bythe bythe <
the pastor of the Great Falls Catholic CatholicChurch CatholicChurch CatholicChurch
Church ChurchRAILROAD ChurchRAILROAD
RAILROAD INQUIRY INQUIRYMAY INQUIRYMAY
MAY BE DEMANDED DENUDEDDomination DEMANDEDDomination DEMANDEDDomination
Domination of Baltimore and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio by l lIs Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaIs
Is AllegedBepree Alleged AllegedRepresentative AllegedtWe
Bepree Representative tat4ve tWe WKSiam wm P Po Hvbbard Hvbbardof
of the First West W eet y Virginia Vtrgt Ia district dI trict eon eontemplates eeDtemplates eeetemplates
templates asking asicin the House H for an ft faestigadoa in investigation IayesUgatlew ¬
vestigation ef t the apparent Mtt domination dominationof u uof
of the Baltimore an7 aJk Ohio ralh railroad + ed by byPennsylvania BYPenMYlvata byPennsylvania
Pennsylvania railroad influences lafineacesMr influencesMr 1ftIkIeReoSIr
Mr Ir Hubbard is firmly of the opinion opinionthat pinionthat 1oR 1oRthat
that the i he full development tIev of the physi physical pliFsteal st stcaJ ¬
cal property of the thl Baltimore more and Rd Ohio Ohiohas Ollieha Ohl Ohlhad
has ha been held back a atain aA sad It be e cU o otaln ob obtain
tain expected evidence he will ask theHouse the theHouse UteHoutte
House for tb the investigation investigationWest InyestlptkVNt investlaatkWest
West Virginia V Is considerably aroused arousedover arousedover arousedover
over the situation Already vigorous vigorouscomplaints vigorOUllrompltats vigorousconsplabsts
complaints have been made Jft e ExGov ExGovernor ExGovfmor ExGovernor ¬
ernor FVemteg of West Virginia for formerly for1mJrty formerty ¬
merly associated dated with the coal interests interestsof IRtere Inierestaof b5 b5or
of the Baltimore and Ohio has been ac active acve active ¬
tive ve hi protestinc against the situation situationShould alt8UoRShOdIcl situatlueShold
Should the investigation tnvesdgst on be made by bythe bytte byte
the te House H the Committee COIIIII U on Interstate Interstateand lntentatealMi Interstateand
and Foreign Commerce will consider the thecharges thecha thecharges
charges cha of the u West Virginians Vlrptnta and andMaiyianders alldMatylaa andMatyianders
Maiyianders Matylaa erl who w are a now united unitedtheolr fat fattheir Iwtheir
their protest prote t Mr fr Hu1 Hubbard Mlri Is a very veryimportant veryimportant veryimportant
important member of that committee cOlllRlitteeTIe committeeTie committeeTie
Tie will charge that while 1 t1le the th Pennsyl pfllta8JlTan Ps Pennsylvania > Ansyi Ansyivanie ¬
vania Tan Chesapeake and Ohio and ad adfolk Nor Norfolk Norfolk ¬
folk and L Western V Mt < < a railroad TaD all soft coal eoalcarriers eolcarrten coalcarriers
carriers have ha Ye been developed deY lfIHd splendidly sptendMtyin spIoe 4IWily 4IWilyIn
in order to keep abreast of their In Increasing Iar increasing ¬
creasing r volume of traffic the Balti Baltimore BaItImcr8 Baltimore ¬
more and Ohio has failed signally l9N1ly to tom tom4et tomeet
meet m et the traffic deznai demands < is made upon it itIt kIt itIt
It will be charged also by the t West WestVirginians W Wlr WestVirginians
Virginians lr and Maryiandere M that white whitea i ia
a little less than 3i 8 per ioer cent of the stock stockc
c f the Baltimore and Ohio is held by thePennsylvania the thePennsylvania thePeon
Pennsylvania Peon 1vanIa more than 3fr per cent centmore centmore centmore
more is held by interests friendly to thelarger the thelarger tttearger
larger arger load and that the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniacould Penylv8fttRould Pennsylvaniacould
could ould easily ea tly exercise eox a voting control of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the stock of the Baltimore and Ohio ifit if ifit ifit
it became necessary necessaryFollowing necessaryFollowing ry ryioIlowlng
Following th this s charr charge ha < will be the allegation al allegation a1le ¬
le legation tton that the Pennsylvania has bad hadno badnn badno
no desire to see its strongest competitor competitorIn
In the coal hauling business bustne outstrip outstripit
it in deveiopirent devflo t and that the themotive whole wholemotive wholenlotlve
motive and course eou of the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniahas P aJl ytvanta ytvantabas
has been to protect KOtect its own interests interestsEAST latere laterestsEAST ts tsEAST
EAST SIDE WOMAN WOMANSPENDS WOMANSPENDS WOMANSPENDS
SPENDS 120 A WEEK WEEKVictim WEEKVictim VEEKVictim
Victim of Rheumatism Has Been BeenSitting BeenSitting BeenSitting
Sitting OR the Floor of One OneRoom OneRoom OneRood
Room Twentyone Years YearsKKW YearsKW YearsAEw
KKW KW YORK Jan 18LlvlaJ IS Uvl p on the theBast th thEaflt theEast
East Side te I a woman who spends only onlyJl39 only1J8 onlyl3i
Jl39 1J8 a week for food coal and weed woodand weednd weedand
and nd who has been siflns stt Dg on the floorof floor floorof 1IoereC
of one room for twenyone tweR YoDe years yearsNevertheless yearseverthelea yearsNevertheless
Nevertheless she tees all her honsework house housework housewOIk ¬
work washing W1UShIn ironing tronI cooking and andeerubbtng aadcrubbtn andscrubbing
scrubbing crubbtn She has never seen see an auto automobile 2tKOmobile automobile ¬
mobile or a cable ca We or trolley ear and andwonders aJHIwon andwonders
won wonders ers what Central Ce tOl Park looks like likeThe BiteTbe likeThe
The woman Is Mrs A Bayer who wholives whofires M M1I
lives 1I M In a rear house in East E 8t Tenth Tenthstreet Te Tenthstreet t ttlreet
street She has been crippled by y rhea rheumatism TJte8matl8ia rheamatisa ¬
matism and ad not in twentyone years has basshe hasshe a8 a8she
she been out of doors except to tGtakea be betaken betaken
taken la an ambulance to a bospKaL bospKaLThe ho boepitalThe pkt pktThe
The fact that she has been eea ill has not notinterfered JMKInterfered notinterfered
interfered with her working workingThe workmgThe workingThe
The woman is not t able to stand staador wp wpor upor
or even Veil sit on a chair but she moves movesherself covesherself lMW8SherMit
herself painfully over the floor oer brush brushIng DnIsitJog brthskt
Jog t g with a small swab whisk broom and a the theroom tileroom theroom
room looks immaculateMrs immaculate immaculateMrs Imlllacu1teJoin
Mrs Bayers life is I passed almost en entirely eRt1reIy entirely ¬
tirely alone ak ne except for daily visits vt h from fromorranus ft9Ma
a pr vician Ian aDd a small bOy who runs nHISfrraJkiL runserranuss
orranus She cannot see the street from fromher fromher
her 11 niDdoouly window only the walls of the thejnlDlag adjoining ad adjoining ¬
joining houses A charitable German Germansociety GennBsociety Germansociety
society supplies her needs needsGOLDEN DeedsGOLDEN needsGOLDEN
GOLDEN JUBILEE JUBILEETO JUBILEETO JUBILEETO
TO BE CELEBRATED CELEBRATEDFanltet CELEBRATEDi CELEBRATEDiPaaUllt
Fanltet priests riests from St Thomas ThomasAqcims r rAq1iftali ThemesAgt
Aqcims Agt teas College e sod th the Apostolic Mi Mistoa Mis Mission XIsS10II ¬
sion of C Washington W Cft ill take part Jrt la lathe ifttM Inthe
the golden jubilee Jub e of the Institution of the thePuttst thePaullst thePaulist
Puttst lathers f Iera that wI tti t baste D in Xew XewVorlc Nesork eK eKYolit
Vorlc ork city or January 25 25The STIM 25The
The oetobratfcMi will open on os Tuesday Tuesdayevening Tue Tuesdayevening ay ayeenln
eenln evening < < with th tile JJJMLI pap l blessing by byApostolk b bApostk byAposstulk
Apostolk I Dele6ste > 4 gat t > Faleonio and aD CR CRVed caWedae8da cmWednesday
Wednesday Wedae8da Ved eedar ncrata JllClIItag Cardinal Gibbons GibbaaswIU Gibbonswill Gti > ftS ftSwID
will celebrate a solemn pontifical HMIttfte1 Mac MacPri macs MaMPrHsta macsPriests
Priests Pri ta of the Jesuit t and I amtfrictui > orders or orders ocden ¬
ders will preaefc IIe I at the services erYIc Ute rest restof restoC restof
of tb the week wertcGOLD weoelcGOLD weekGOLD
GOLD CUP FOR MIKADO MIKADOTOKYO ItIKADOTOKYO MIKADOTO
TO TOKYO JaB K 1SThe The Asiatic AtaUcroe s squad squadTon l lron
ron of 0 tIN Pacific Beet Gaited GaitedDaVY States Stataenavy Statesnary
navy ba has anchored ui hi Yokohama Yok harbor har harbor 1Iarbor ¬
bor a coal Rear Admiral Hubbard Hubbardand HubbardaDd Hubbardsad
and ffag4afai eaptaiss will 1 be e received by bythe DYthe bythe
the E Eaipcror aacor tomorrow when Com Commander Command4T Commander ¬
mander Hubbard will formally present prewntIMS presentIsis WftMntJi
Isis Ji majesty mal sty with the t gold loving cup iupl cupti up upurn
l > um tjp ti Philadelphia Phi1 H1 1 hl mint minta
a
I MAKES DEBUT AS DANCER DANCERi II
w
LADY CONSTANCE STEWART RICHARDSON RI CHARDSON ON
INCREASED TAXES TAXESNEEDED TAXESNEEDED I
NEEDED IN SWEDEN SWEDENSTOCKHOLM SWEDENSTOCKHOLJII SWEDENSTOCKHOLM
I
STOCKHOLM Jan 15KlaJ IS KlnR Gustave Gustaveofficiated Guotavectielated
officiated at the opening of the Riksdag RiksdagtThe R RUhc Rikedagtncc
tThe estimates e tim2tes for 3MI are SS41U SS41Ukroner Bm M Mkrotter 1 1ktoner
kroner about f HUt St 5Itt t Pfksi a pIt which Is i lower lowerthan lowerthan ower owertD1l
than II1 II1The IMC IMCThe 1Mtrhe
The speech speec from r8IR the throne however howeverannounced JaowneraJUtOunceci howeverannounced
announced that tha new taxation would be benecessary beDees benecemary
necessary Dees ary involving an increase on oncoffee ORcoftee oncoffee
coffee inheritance Ifther duties and the intro introduction Introduction atr9 atr9duction ¬
duction cf income and estate e Cate taxes taxesThe taxesTIM taxesTice
The army and navy estimates e UntatM have ha v been beenconsiderably beencensWeraWy beenconsiderably
considerably redaeedMRS reduced reducedMRS reducedMRS
MRS SIGEL DEAD DEADNEW DEADEY DEADNEW
NEW EY YORK Jan 18 18XI Mrs Elsie E1 Ie Stgel Stgelwidow SIgelwidow StgeIwidow
widow of Gen Franz Sigel of civil war warfame warfme warfame
fame and grandmother of Slsie Sigel Sigelwho SI Sigelwho < < el elwho
who was murdered last August by hyhlnaman a aChinaman aChinaman
Chinaman Is dead at her home here heehe
She he never had been f told > Id of her stand standdaughters gran granddaughter < 1 1daughters
daughters s < dEath
i iNEITHER
ENGINE HITS BOYS BOYSNEITHER BOYSNEITHER I
NEITHER IS HURT HURTJoseph HURTJo HURTJoseph
Joseph Jo epb Oell eighteen years yea old oldal I Isa
sa 41 Willlanr Hopkins twelve hot bate botst1 a of ofRri f fBristol
Rri Bristol t1 to O Md i inumerous are re suffering today free freenumerous I IftuO
ftuO numerous minor bruises brul es as tIM result resultof rnultoC resultof
of a runaway accident In whJch wh ch both bothnarrowly ltotbnarrowly bothnarrowly
narrowly escaped serious NT iaj injury ry The Thebeys Thebeys Theboys
beys were seated in a buggy a at Pin Pindell Pinden Pindeli
dell station on the line of ol the hen Cheeaeak Cbetlk henpeaks
peaks eak k Beach railway while K IX IXJopklns D DHopklas DHopkins
Hopkins father fath r of the younger youn boywan boy boywas DoYw
was w talking talJltn to the th station agent agentThe a agentThe < < ent entThe
The horse frightened trlghtene41 by the whistle whfotleof whIMleoC whistleof
of a passing locomotive started startedacross startedacross
across acr the tracks The engine struck struckthe IJtruektlte struckthe
the bu buggy cgy and both boys were thrown thrownout throftoat thrownout
out Mr Hopkins tried to stop the therunaway therunawlt therunaway
runaway runawlt and was slightly hurt hurtLOUBET hurtLOUBET hurtLOUBET
LOUBET HAS CATARACT CATARACTPAIS CATARA CT CTPAIS j
PAIS Jan TR 1 Former President Prtt rlfnt i iEraile I IEmifIi ii irnie
Eraile rnie 1ouH Lnuhpt Ii s suffering fron a rater rateract atu i i iact i
act of the IIt E eye > f
LONDON IS SHOCKED SHOCKEDB SHOCKEDBY
PV D B BY i TITI TITLED 111 LtU rn nANprR DANCER DANCER1 DANCER1Lady UAfHitn UAfHitnLady 1 1Lady
Lady Constance in Fiimsy FlimsyDraperies FiimsyDraperies FiimsyDraperies
Draperies Makes x xtrYmen Coun Countrymen Countrymen ¬
trymen Gasp GaspIiOKDOK GaspLONDOl GaspLONDOK
IiOKDOK Jan 18Lady 38 Lady Constance Constancewart co ConstanceStewnrt stance stancet
Stewnrt wart t Richardson made her first ap apranee api apipearanee I Ipeatrallee
peatrallee ranee last la t night ht ac a aproreselonall aproreselonallpaII1 professionalpaid professional professionalnatt
paid barefoot Pef ot dancer dancer at a public mu muck muba music ¬
ck heal healShe ball ballSh ba baSIM
Sh She ha Bas given her 1 dances for money moneybefore moneybeCoreut moneybefore
beCoreut before nut at private affairs for charity charitythe charitythe charitythe
the last time bins Rg at Covent Garden GardenAt G GardenAt rden rdenAt
At that performance the Bishop Bt hoP of London Lon London London ¬
don wa w was present but left before Lady LadyConstance LadyCo LadyConstance
Constance Co e appeared appearedHer axpeatftHfor appearedHer
Her exhibition was the most J O t startling atartlingthat startlingthat startlingthat
that London has seen and aa it has witnened witnessed wit witnessed ¬
nessed dances by Maud Allan Isadora IsadoraI lderaDuncA IasderaPuncaa
I DuncA > unca Gertrude Hoffman and many manyothers JftBYotMl manyothers
others otMl of the socalled Greek dancers dancersIt daneetLIt
It was given at Alfred Butts Palace PalaceMusic Palaeelu1c PalaceMusic
Music Hall where Lady Constance te hspaid teaid 18aid
paid < = aid to receive eJye a salary 1lAlar of 51000 U 100 0 a aweek aweek aseek
week which it is said aid she will devote devoteto devoteto devoteto
to charity When the Appeared on the thetae theta thestage
stage tae ta < < e the audience sat to up p She were werefilmy werefUmy weretlmy
filmy drapery draperyIn
In this costume aJRe she Ite gave fear dances dancesmuch daacesmuch dancesmuch
much the th same as those Uto e she has 3 given givenat gtYeBat givenat
at other times u although perhaps more moreYork morestartuc morestartling
startling than t those OM Me gav gave Ir h lew lewYork r ew ewYork
York when she danced before society societythere societythere societythere
there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The audience was silent II eIIt until BUt she Ite had hadfinished badftnt hadfinished
ftnt finished bed the t e last dance and then broke brokeInto brokeinto brokeInto
Into thunderous tbaDdeNuXXW applauseNEW applause applauseXEW
NEW YORK YOJlJC1Jaa Jan 1JAI iLAlthough 11 Although Lady LadyConst La41yCo LadyConstance
Co Constance Const anee has Just made her profes professional prol prolsiotIaJ professional ¬
sional sional debut in London her first appear appearance appearanee appearanee ¬
anee in public as a barefoot dancer dancerwas daacerde dancerRas
was made de in New York last asst winter Site Sitedanced Stedanced Shedanced
danced first at a musical siren geB by Mrs MrsW Xuw Mrsw
W K Vanderbilt Jr r and later on onFebruary onFebruary onFebruary
February 1 I of hut year gave Po ve her herGreek heGreek herGreek
Greek dances at Sherrys for the bene beneflt benefit
fit of the milk committee of the Society SocIetyfor Societyfor i ifor
for Improving < < th the Condition of K e the thePoor thePoor
Poor PoorLady PoorLady PoorLady I
Lady Constance did not Impress her herXew berXew herNew
Xew York audience Is bring supremely supremelygraceful supremelygraceful
graceful cetul Her arms a were said lei to betoo be betoo i itoo I
too too long 101I < < and the same e fault was found foundwith rOUDdwltla foundwith
with her neck While she danced here hereonly hereonly I
only at private prtYa affairs III she charged Jfi Jfifor III IIIfor MSfor
for her wr servicesCITIZENS services servicesCITIZENS rvtee rvteeCITIZENS
CITIZENS DIRECTED DIRECTEDTO DIRECTEDTO DIRECTEDTO
TO SHOOT TO KILL KILLMEMPHIS KILL1OCIIPHI KILLMEMPHIS
MEMPHIS Ten Jan Ja IS JBe Be careful care careful catetul ¬
ful when boarding street treet cars and Del If Ifa Itkpocket Ifa
a pickpocket kpocket attempts xo rb t > D you y snoot snootto shootto I
to WU killThus WUThese I
These n are ar t histroctf ln8t tfr r J t tad d M MMayor hrplayer
Mayor layor K H C urn mnR tvhn ha vast aI announr aoanrettat e ecity etiat
ttat he will d he every U thief el out of the therity thecity
city if it takes take I i4v < M in 4auvlrnen cuHltnen > Unen 1n 1nrraynr in inmayor Jnl1ayOr
mayor says ayOl that for f > r political reasonsthiereq reasons reasonstM I Ihie
tM thiereq hie re have t been > een giv given vn < n n free fre hand in inM jn1mThi inMFmrhie
MFmrhie M 1mThi mphi During Dujn 1P T > i 14t < i r week w k there thereVH thfreit
VH it = bf hffn n an Tt aver auras tv ace a of nt f twentyfive rob robdaily rObif robL
L if < daily t < Y
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10 Discount on Accounts Closed in 30 Days Days4O94U413415417 DaysW
W 1JD1g 1JD1gI 1JD1g4094U415415417 0 I
4O94U413415417 1 1Jalluary 445427 Seventh Si SfJanuary u SiMens f
January Clothing C1othill Sale SaleMens
Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats OvercoatsPriced OvercoatsPriced OvercoatsPriced
Priced at to of Actual Value ValueWe I IVe
We Ve start our January Sale of Mens and Boys Clothing C1otbi today E ery article in these departmenu depart departments dqJarlments ¬
ments has been reduced in price Good substantial clothing dotbin may now be purchased here for less lessthan Jessthan lessthan
than the cost to manufacture Terms T rms of payment will be arranged arral1 to suit your convenience convenienceMens cooveA conveiince conveiinceFor eACe eACeFor
For Men MenMens MenMens
Mens and Young Mens SuitsThat SuitsI Suits SuitsThat
That Sold Up to 1000la98 1000 1000Single i iSingle
I IThat
I la98 la98Single S J
Single and double breasted suits in fancy cassimere and andworsted andworstedpattems andworsted
worsted worstedpattems patterns medium coats sizes si s 32 33 34 and 35atiy 35 35only 35only
only Reduced to 3198 198 during durin this sale skYoung saleYoung saleYoung
Young Mens Suits Meng Men Suits SuitsWorth SuitsWorth SuitsWorth
Worth st25 S12 1250 Worth S15oo2g8 S1500
298 498 a
Stogie Stabl and Doabiebrea DoafMebr8uIed DoafMebr8uIedW4 DouhkbreaaedWorsted ed edWorsted
W4 Worsted rMed and Cassimere a Suits in infancy taBeY Iafancy
fancy BeY stripes and checks slaes slaes3S saes
31 31 i and 5 Reduced to tah tahMena 9 9Mens Jt JtMens
Mens S38ee 3888 Suits 2858 2858Mens 2851Mens 2858Mens
Mens 2599 Suits Suits1810 Suits1810Mens 1880 1880Mens 1818Mens
Mens 28W Suits 1475 1475Mens 1175Mens
Mens 1658 Suits SuitsMens 31858 1858 1858Mens 1858Mens
Mens 158 Hats 98c 98cMens 98cMeu 98cMens
Mens Meu s 258 Hats 5175 5175Mena 175 175Mens 1751lens
Mens Odd Vests 25c
Mars Single and Double Douhtebreasted DouWeed Doublebreasted
breasted ed Worsted and Cassintcre CassintcreSuits CasslJBeleSah CasslmereSuits
Suits Sah neat t tiles in fancy laa laateriate metftiaJs s i
t
teriate tt asi l Jblacks blacks Special for forMens f r rCS
CS 415Mens i iMeas
Mens 1280 Overcoats 825Mens 825 825Mens 825Mens
Mens 1500 Overcoats O ercoats 1050 1050Mens 1050Mens y yMens
Mens 2880 Overcoats 1475Mena 1475 1475Mens 14 75 t tMen
Mens Men s 3088 Overcoats Overcoats205 Overcoats205Mens 2050 2050Mens 2050Mens
Mens 350 Pants 248 248Mens 248Mens f7 f7Mens
Mens 680 Pants 448 P
II S For ForBoys Boys
Boys 3D8 Salts 175 175Boys 175Boys
Boys 458 Suits 348 348Boys 348Boys
Boys S558 550 Suits 398 398Boys 398Boys
Boys 788 Suits 548Boys 548 548Boys
Boys 25c Worsted orsted Caps 9c 9cI
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Boys 309 Overcoats 3248 248 0 0Boys
Boys 489 Overcoats 348 348Boys 348Boys ref I
Boys SSS 550 Overcoats SlAS SlASBoys 448 448Boys
Boys t69 5600 Overcoats 498 I II I i
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THE BUSY CORNER CORNERMost CORNERMost
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Most extraordinary offering of 6000 yards yardsNever yardsenuine yardsGenuine
Genuine enuine enuinetCtrnirage tCtrnirage mirage si sit silk silkat
a at t 35 1 y yNever yd5 yd5I ct
Never Neverbefore before sold under X135 135 a yard yardChoice
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Choice of at feast fifty of the most wanted shades shadesfor for street and evening evenin wear inciudi including gfco gfcocombinations gbccombinations Siaccombinations
combinations which are predicted pre icted for a wonderf jl vogue for spring springGrand springGrand springGrand
Grand chance for dressmakers tailors and outoftown outoftownmerchants outoftownmerchants outoftownmerchants
merchants to participate part cipate in one of the most mostattractive mostattractive mostattractive
attractive economies of the season seasonHeres seasonieres seasonHeres
Heres the reason for this great eat safe ale The makers invented a 3 new silk In tbe r ncfauaasm nxhw usiasm asm to tomake tonuke tocrake
make it a success this Mirage Mira e silk was neglected ted It has for five years vears been one of the t n most cattedfor cattedforsilks ailedforsilks abedforsilks
silks and most extensively advertised in the magazines ma This Thisne neglect Ciuse caused causedthe the accurotiterjon of a sur surplus surpJus surplus ¬
plus which was promptly and effectively overcome ovelC e by sicriScing sacrit + cinS the entire overstock overstockMirage oerstaLM oresMirage
Mirage M e silk silka is today in greater vogue y than any time since si ce kwas it was introduced introduced It is is 2 a seimrough se11J fOUdl silk silkwith silkith silkwith
with ith beautiful soft satin finish with firmness of texture and draping qualities making it ahrrat unlimited unlimitedin
in its adaptability for silk gowns wns It is 23i 23 inth inches s widNever wid widNever widNever °
Never before offered under 135 a yd Not to be had elsewhere now for less lessIt
It I t has been sold the t country over under strict contract at S 135 a yard No one was allowed to tosell tosell tosdt
sell it for Jess It is a splendid value at Sf3i 135 a yard and to be able to buy at SSc a yard is t6ebest the best sort sortof sortof sortof
of good luck 1uckand and timely as it will be one of the bat est silk fabrics for spring springSpecial sp springSpecial nl nlSpecial
Special clearance sale of ofOn ofHair ofHair
Hair cloth tooth and nail brushes brushesOn
On sale on main aisle bargain tables
1
3M Solid Back Hair brushes satin Mtbtrose satinrose tta
rose and ebony finishes best grade brie brielea X Xties 5 9 C
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