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THE WASHINGTON W SHINGTON TDIES TTESDAT TfESDAY TVESD y tfAKCTI r UWII 22 1910 9
BINGSTO CELEBRATE CELEBRATEBOY CELEBRATEBOY
BOY BABYS ARRIVAL ARRIVALChinatown ARRIVALChinatown
Chinatown to Take Part In InGreat InGreat InGreat
Great Event Parents ParentsAre ParentsAre ParentsAre
Are Planning PlanningWILL PlanningWILL PlanningWILL
WILL BE CHRISTENED CHRISTENEDIN
IN AMERICAN STYLE STYLETo
To Be Reared Into Patriotic PatrioticAmerican PatrioticAmerican PatrioticAmerican
American Declare Proud ProudFather ProudFather ProudFather
Father and Mother MotherBy MotherBy Mothere
e I
By SELENE ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONGAt I IAt
At tho home of Mamie aine and Charlie CharlieBlngr CharlienS CharlieEng
Eng nS 439 4 Ninth street northwest l there thereis
is great rejoicing This is because becausewhen oocau oocauwht bocauewhen
when wht > n the stork visited the House of ofBngr otB ofBng
Bngr B ng on March 14 he had the good goodJudgment goodjudgm goodjudgment
Judgment judgm nt to leave there a son On instead insteadof
of a daughter Now Charlie Bing the theprond theproud theTnend
proud pastor familias whose who e disappoint disappointment disappointment disappoIntinent ¬
ment knew no bounds when a girl baby babycame babycame babycame
came to his home two years ago rubs rubsboth rubsth 1Ub 1Ubbeth
both th hands together In glee and nd In Invited Invited
vited all his friends to a groat colobra celebration colobraUon colobra1lon ¬
tion which will 111 be held in Chinatown ChinatownWhen Chinatownwhen Chinatownwhen
When the son of the house is a month monthold monthold monthold
old oldIt
It is understood however that thatthough thatthQuSh thatthough
though the childs child birth i i6 to be co cobratPd CoM CoMbratptl co4bratd
bratPd after the old Chinese Chine e custom customho customhc
ho Is to be reared as a patriotic patrk > tlo Amer American AmerIcan AiDerican ¬
ican citizen
The Christening ChristeningWhat ChristeningWhat
What I do wid him repeated Mrs MraBins MrsBl1S MrsBg
Bins as she glanced proudly down at attbS t ttl1 j jtkr
tbS > little head covered with silky black MackLair black131r blacklair
Lair which lay on her arm Well I Ihave Ira Ihac
have ra him christened chrt tened at Church of the theAercnsion theAECcmion theAsrcnsion
Aercnsion Our little girl irl Mary chris christtr christcrd
tcrr tcrd > J there theretwo two godmothers godmothrsAmericafl godmothrsAmericaflat mothersAmerlcan mothersAmerlcanst American Americansty
sty st > He grow up American man He Hego Hega Hegc
go fine name she M sh concluded with withi withprHr withrrZ
prHr rrZ Ic i HO named Robert Parsons ParsonsIt
in h the theraiing thet theTrtng
B E g It was learned that
raiing t lng of the boy the Sings family familyphi famll famllr familyj
phi j Irian Dr Parsons had been beenf beenred en
r in
f red redBrrTe redBr i
BrrTe Brf Br re Robert Parsons Bing Bin has been beench beenh beench
ch h tf tfnrd nod at the Church of the > Asren Asrenf A1Kf AscfflEr > n nED
f ED n IIP h > will iII be the > central cf > ntral flgure II < < ur at a atg ats alg
tg party In Chinatown Mr 1 and Mrs MrsClirrllo MrsI1c Ir IrnaIC
Clirrllo I1c Bing will invite two or three threehtrclred UrHh1dred threehr1red
htrclred of their Chinese friends to the thefcr therr thefctc
fcr rr When hen the guests 1 > U1st have assembled assembledat
at t the r big Chinatown restaurant and andhave and1aol andbeen
have been seated at small tables Charlie CharlteBg Chari ChariB CharlieBg
Bg B g the host will m enter with Robert RobertPapons RobertPa RobertPaons
Papons Pa 30ns Ding Bin in his arm armGuest armflGHcat arms armsGuest
Guest ef Hon Honer HonerTh HonerThe r rThe
The Th baby bKb will m be resplendent in the theg thegi theg1
g gi 3 chains ch ln and numerous r other erna ernamnts ernamnts ornaznnts
mnts of gold oid which hlch have been sent sentto MIltto sentto
to Kim lm as gifts tt by friends of his h hi par parent parens parer ¬
ent ens er He will m wear the clothes cloth of 0 the theArrrlfan theAL theAtri1an
Arrrlfan AL r1 < An baby but his fine black hair hairpv3 hallbC hairv
v pv3 bo b covered with Ith the elaborately elaboratelycm
cm c = oidered head dress that is worn wornI orn
I babies in China Robert Parsons Parsonsfin Par IarsonsBn ontt onttnn
fin will be handed hand about from fromb on onh onb
b > < to tf another and nd Introduced to the thesrcnibled theHnblMl thernbled
srcnibled rnbled guests while they drink his hishrath histath hisLath
Lath in China wine wineSmp wineSnr wInes
Smp s rn time after this celebration the thetIv thet thett
tIv t tt = t will be launched as a little clttaen clttaenr
r f America rnerica with a christening = party at atihe athe atht
ihe he Church of the Ascension eenaion and prob probn
n > with ith American godmothers motber8 Mrs Mrsrn Mrsci INi INirI
rn rI ci says saysI say
I Glad He Hes a B Boy Beyrr Boyts y yfTt
fTt rr r mother who though thoUf h born in Hong Hongkcr Hongr
kcr cr r is a patriotic American explained explainedjtha explainedJ
jtha J in China only boy babies are de delelrcl deIrc1
lelrcl Irc1 because eeau girls In that country can cannct cannet cannct
nct rarn atn am their th lr own living lIvingS Jivln JivlnuS
f uS So S I glad Ia < < l when our little Mary Bing BingC3irc Bingtm Ringeurr
C3irc tm cause < she earn a living IIvln if she sheivart sheart he hewan
wan art to but Charlie Bins < < he say much muchdlnrpointed m muchd h hd
dlnrpointed dlnrpointedA d 1 r rpinted rpintedtitanic p 1 nttld
A 1 titanic rUe Bing Bln who still tlll bides by byE bysr
E r sr n r of f the good old Chinese ways as is isifrarii 13frn isfrar
ifrarii frn frar to say that he never would have havef h harefgcn e erh
f rh fgcn grrn ln Robert Parsons Par ons Ring Bln for betli beingtve being beinga i iDo
a
We I give tve him American education educationTl
Tl 11 ic style are the fathers Intention IntentionArrl Int lntpntlonsAn UofUI
Arrl An 1 whether Robert Parsons Ring BingT Bln BlnT RingTrfl
T Trfl rn h III > grows up keeps eMIX a restaurant restaurantas
as ZIL Its father fath r does d s or follows another anothertradfv anotherttld anothertd
tradfv ttld Mr Ir and Mrs Mr Ring Bin are sure of oftwo qftwo 9ttwt
two things thingsthat that he will be a fullnedged fullnedgedArre rull fullfledgedArrian I Ir
Arre Arrian r I Ian < an citizen and an honor to their theirON tMlrh5C theirI
h5C
I ON VISIT TO SULTAN SULTANCONSTANTINOPLE SULTANn SULTANrNSTANTINOrLE
CONSTANTINOPLE n ST ATJOPLE March MarchKing MarchKlrg I
King Ferdinand and Queen Q n Eleonore Eleonoreof
of o Bulgaria have arrived here to visit visitMchrmed visitMdCmed visit3clcmed
Mchrmed V Sultan of o urkey It Is Islrfj Istrrd ishri
lrfj the visit hJit foreshadows the end of
thr t strained relations which have havethreatened hav havtc havetcatened
threatened tc a ttned to throw the Balkans Balk into
turmoil turmoilMERCHANT turmoilMERCHANT turmoilMERCHANT
MERCHANT FALLS DEAD DEADMirDLETOWN DEADIIrDLETOX DEADHrDLETOWN
MirDLETOWN X rb Y March oAr h ht 22 22Ch 2 2Clrcs
Ch Clrcs t lines rfS Clarence > Luckey for many manyyears many1rs manyrars
years rars 1rs a dry dl goods oocl merchant mfrch nt In this city citydcJ
dc3 suddenly uddenl at hi his > home here her While Whilechrlting Whilectting Yhl1ftting
chrlting tting with his family he fell plI from his hischair hischart hischaIr
chair chart stricken with apoplexy He > was waswel wasWJ waswri
wel known Known In financial circles drt fs in N XfW XfWYak NcwYck > w wYork
York
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WOMEN FIGHT DUEL DUELAT DUELAT
AT DOOR DOOROFCHURCH DOOROFCHURCHMan OF CHURCH CHURCHMan
Man Whose Affections Were WereSought WereSought X1ereSought
Sought By Both Stands StandsGuard StandsGuard StandsGuard
Guard With Iith Revolver RevolverKXOXVILLE RevolverJ RevolverKNOXVILLE
KNOXVILLE J OXILLE Tenn March 22RoBa 22RoBaCowan 22RosaCowan Ro RoCowan
Cowan te dead and Nellie Taylor Ta Jor dying dyingas
as theVesult the theresult e ult of o a duel which they tho fought foughtover foughtover foughtover
over F FplIx Hx Kimbrough KimbroughThe
The battle was fought rou ht near a church churchat
at Kingston at the close cJ of the services servicesBoth servkesBoth servicesBoth
Both the women had their throats cut cutMiss cutMiss cutMiss
Miss Cowan dying d ins instantly Klmbrough Klmbroughhad I
had apparently transferred his affec affections affections affections ¬
tions from the Cowan woman to the theother theother theother
other causing Jealousy JealousyWhile jealou8Yhlle jealousyWhile
While hlle the theftghUng fighting was going on Kim Klmbrough Kimbrough Kimbrougli ¬
brough with a revolver refused to per permit permit r rmil ¬
mit interference declaring that the thewomen thewomen thewomen
women should have a chance to fight It Itout Itout itout
out themselves themselvesKimbrough themseheKimbrough themselvesKhnbrough
Kimbrough James W r Taylor Ta Jor and andWill an anYU1 andWill
Will Jordan are In jail at Kingston KingstonThe KingslonThe KingstonThe
The latter are charged with instigating instigatingthe In UgaUng UgaUngthe
the quarrel by b repeating repo tlng to the women womenwhat womenwhat womanwhat
what each said about the other Both Bothwomen Bothwomen Bothwomen
women were under twentyfive years ears of ofage orage ofage
age ageOLDEST ageOLDEST ageOLDEST
OLDEST CHRISTIAN CHRISTIANBROTHER CHRISTIANBROTHER CHRISTIANBROTHERIS
BROTHER IS DEAD DEADDomitian DEADDomitian DEADDomitian
Domitian Eightyeight Years Old OldPasses OldPasses OldPasses
Passes Away At School in inGlencoe inGlencoe inGlencoc
Glencoe Mo MoST MoST I IST
ST LOUIS Mo 10 March 22 22Brother 22BrotherDomltlan Brother BrotherDomitian Brotherl BrotherlDomlUan
Domitian eightyeight elsht elght years ears old the theoldest theoldest
I
oldest member of the Christian Broth Brothers Brothr8 Brothera ¬
ers r8 in the United States Is dead at La LaSalle I LaSalle
Salle Institute the Christian Brothers BrothersNormal BrothersNormal
Normal ormal School of the St Louis district districtat I
at Glencoe Mo 10 where he has hR been beenstationed beenstationed
I
stationed for twcntynve yes yerBrother ye yeBrother yesBrother
Brother Doniltian whoso hosc family name namewas namewas
was WA Clement Papin was born in Mon Montreal Mottreat ¬ i itreal
treal Canada November 1 1SK and andwas andwas i iwas
was a descendant of the wealthy wealth Papln Paplnfamily Pplnfamily i
family of Canada His grandaunt Mar Margaret Margaret ¬ I Igaret
garet Burgeols founder of the order of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Gray Nun has been recommended recommendedfor
for canonization as a saint of the Cath Catholic Catholic Catholic ¬
olic rhurch rhurchBrother rhurchBrothf1 churchBrother
Brother Domitian received his relig religious rfIIplouf religbus ¬
ious habit in 1S43 and in 1S 1iI he went wentto wentto ent entto
to New w Mexico with a colony of broth brothers brothera brotherg ¬
ers and established several hoiu h houses > es He Hebecame H Hbecame 1Isbecame
became the provincial of that district districtHe districtIIs
He 11 served later in positions at St StJoseph StTOSph StJoseph
Joseph Mo 10 and Pass Christian Miss MissHe I lS lSIIp
He 1 1 returned to St Louis in 1S72 B Brother BrotherDnmitian BrotMrDnmiUan BrotherDamittan
Dnmitian was WII apparently apparf > nUy In good health healthand healthand
and 1141 active up to a few days ago o when whenhe whenhe hen henbe
he experienced e perifnlf < an unexpected collapse collapseHUNDREDS collAptHHUNDREDS collapseHUNDREDS
HUNDREDS ATTEND ATTENDFORMAL ATTENDFORMAL ATTENDFORMAL
FORMAL OPENING OPENINGGreater OPENINGGreater OPENINGGreater
Greater ParkerBridget Store For Formally Formally Formally ¬
mally Presents Spring SpringLine SpringLine SpringLine
Line to Public PublicHundreds PublicHulHlreda PublicHundreds
Hundreds of spectators viewed the ex exhibition exhibition cxhibttiots ¬
hibition of mens men i and boys bo appar apparel < 4 that thatmarked thatmarkffl thatmarked
marked the opening of the Greater GreaterParkerBridget GreaterParkerBrldllft GreaterParkerBridget
ParkerBridget store at Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Prnnalvanlaaenut Pennsylvaniaavenue
avenue and Ninth street today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The window display of spring 21pd clothing clothingattraced dothln dothlnattrac clothingattraeed
attraced attrac ed attention The windows wlndo along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the entire frontage of the store on onPennsylvania onPenn8ylvanla onPennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue were given over to toan toan toan
an array of spring styles lles in suits neck neckwear rtCkWeAr neckwear ¬
wear and shoes These The t were arranged arrangedagainst arrangedagainst arrangedagainst
against a background of apple blossoms blossomsIn
In one end of n the window was as a small smallpond smallPOnd smallpond
pond for or god flab and a novel effect effectwas etreoetwa effectwas
was wa obtained obtln d by a hup huge flower in the theshape the8hape theshape
shape of a crocus that opened and closed closedby closedby dosedby
by a mechanical device deviceThe deviceThe deviceThe
The Avenue Section of the store storeformerly IItoreformerly storeformerly
formerly occupied oeeupt by the ieng hat hatfurnishings hatfurnhJhlnp hatfurnishings
furnishings and shoe departments deP8 = tments has hasbeen ba babeen hasbeen
been thrown open for the exclusive exclu ive die display dl3play dieplay ¬
play of 0 mens men s clothe clotheAll dot e1OtheAll
All the partitions have been b n removed removedfrom removedCrom removedfrom
from the room and the entire floor space spacebetween spacebetween
between the wide aisles is taken up by bycrystal bycrysla1 bycrystal
crystal cabinets for the th display d oplay of suit suitThe suitsThe ult ultThe
The side adjoining Ninth street which whichformerly whichCormerly whichformerly
formerly housed mens buiR3s bush me suits suitste suitsbr suitsIs
te now occupied ocru by b mens furnishings furnishingsand t1cnl3hlns t1cnl3hlnsan
and an < < one of the largest stocks of spring springwear springwear springwear
wear ever carried by the firm rm Is being beingdisplayid beingd beingdisptayvti
displayid displayidThe d disptayvtiFhe plald plaldrhe
The boys department takes up the thegreater thegreal thegreater
greater greal portion of the second hoer rtoorThere SloorThere hoerThere
There larger windows have been put putin putIn putIn
in and partitions removed making makinglarge a alarge alarge
large sunny room for the display dl play of ofevery orevet ofevery
every evet line of boys clothing clothingThe clothlnThe clothingThe
The stock ock in shoes has been b n more moretnan moretan morethan
tan than doubled and the Teek shoes ohoesone IthOMon shoesone
one on of the most popular nuns mln styles stylf stylfart stylesare i iare
are now found with other styles on the theNinth theInth theNinth
Ninth Inth street trft > t entrance entranceComplete entrancenmpletp entrancenunpists
Complete lines of spring styles both bothultrafashionable bothultrara bothultrafashionable
ultrafashionable ultrara hionabl and of the most quiet quietmodrls quietmodfI quietnrndels
modrls arp included in all the depart department d departments part partment ¬
ment <
I
I Give the Children a aI
Chance to t Study StudyMusic StudyMusic
I Music MusicFree
Free Music Lessons Are AreFurnished AreFurnished Areday
F
Furnished by the Sun Sunday Sunday SunPIANO ¬
day Post and We Sup Supply Supply Supply ¬
ply the theNows thePIANO theFurnished
PIANO PIANOJ
PIANOFREE
J FREE FREENows
Nows a good time to start the children in music musicWe musicVe musicVe
We Ve stand ready to remove the last obstacle by offer offering offering offering ¬
ing you the use of a good square Piano absolutely absolutelyfree
I free for six months You can rest assured the chil children children cliiidren ¬
dren will take an interest in music as soon as you youhave youhave youhave
have a piano in the house and this opportunity to toget toget toL
L get one without cost should not be neglected neglectedCome neglectedCome neglectedCome
Come in as soon as possible and select one of ofthese ofthece ofthese
these square pianos No obligation other than that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you pay the small charge for drayage drayageF drayageF
F G Smith Piano Co
1 1225 Pennsylvania Ave Aveadbury Aveadbury AveI
I 4adburyBuilding adbury Building aJPhone Phone PhoneM M 747 il
THIRTY SENATORS SENATORSNEAR SENATORSNEAR
NEAR END ENDOFTERMS ENDOFTERMSOnly OF TERMS TERMSOnly
Only a Few Are Assured of ofLonger 0 ofLonger f fLonger
Longer Stay Sta In Halls Hallsof Hallsof Hallsof
of Legislation LegislationThity
I
Thity Thlt members of the Senate nate are in inthe Inlhe Inthe
the last year ear of their present term termThe termThc termsTile
The conventions or elections of the sum summer summer sumnier ¬
mer and fall will ill decide In almost all ailthe alltbe allthe
the cases ea > > es whether the toga wearers wearersshall weareraban wearersshall
shall return to their law practice or ordisport ordisport
disport d rt for six years ears more in the marble marbletemple marbletemple marbletemple
temple of legislation on the hill hillIn bUlIn hitiIn
In regard to several of the Senators Senatorsthe Senatorsthe
the question has already been settled settledThe seltledThe settledThe
The return of Senator Isidor Rayner Raynerhas Rayncrha Raynerhas
has ha been assured by the action of the theMaryland thellaryland theMaryland
Maryland Lefftalature Senator Her Hernando Hernalldo Hernindo
nando De ijoto to Money the Democratic Democraticleader DemocraticJeader DemocraticIcader
leader will III retire to his plantation In InMississippi InUMluippl inMlstelesippl
Mississippi They take a Senatorial Senatorialsituation SenatorialIIltuaUon SenatorialsituatIon
situation by the forelock down in Mis Mississippi MIsCIsIPPI 11 11a81pp1 ¬
sissippi and in line with the honorable honorablecustom honorablecuetom honorablecustom
custom John Sharp Williams states statesman wtateman stateslean ¬
man gentleman scholar lawyer law er and andplanter and1lanter andplanter
planter was chosen several years ago agoto a agoto o oto
to succeed Money Ione Williams was then thenleader then1eader thenleader
leader of the Democrat an one of the themost themost themost
most popular members of the House HouseSenator BooMSenator houseSenator
Senator rlint lInt California has said he hewould hewould hewould
would not be a candidate for reelcetlon reelcetlonIn
In a statement issued l ued a short sh rt time timeage tllftelige timeage
age h ht explained that the groat ex expense expeMe expease ¬
pease of If carrying on a campaign under underthe underthe umlerthe
the new ne California primary law was be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond his means and that that besides be ides he hefelt hefelt hefelt
felt it to be his duty to earn more money moneythan moneythan moneythan
than comes In the Senate pay envelope envelopeto
to provide for the future of his family familyAldrich famU famUAldrich familyAldrich
Aldrich First on List ListAt LiltAt ListAt
At the head of the list alphabetic alphabetically alphabetlcaU alphabetically ¬
ally aU and otherwise of those tho who will willtoe wilttoe 111 111toe
toe the mark and take the oath next nextMarch nextlarch nextMarch
March 4 I will be one Senator Aldrich Aklrichfrom Aklr1chfrom Aldrichfrom
from Rhode Island I ilia nd A vagrant VASr nt rumor rumorwent rumorwent rumorwent
went the t rounds last summer that Aid Aidrich AldrICh Aidrich
rich had decided to retire When hen It Itwas Itas ItWaS
was as brought to his attention he re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked that he hadnt passed P out outauthority I
authority to anybody to make such a astatement astatement I IstatflnflIt
statement statementThey statementThey I IThe
They The have ha f > been trying tnha to build H HState afire 11
fir fire under Senator H Hale le h the thirsty thlnatvShatf thirstyState
State of Maine Inf but the Senators Senatorsfriends Snatorsfriends I
friends frtf > nds declare df > dare that hell return again a againjust aln alnjUllt
I just as a he has for thirty years He Hestands II IIstands 1Isstands
stands beelde Aldrich at the head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the regular organization In rank but butnot Butnot butnot
not in Influence Other members bfrll of ofthe 6ftht ofthe
the > old guard facing fadn a contest are areLodge areLod areLodge
Lodge Lod e Mann la and Kean X J while whileBurrows whUBurrn9 whileRurraws
Burrows Mich lf h and Scott W Y Va Vanay Yathy Vasay
nay they will 11I be here hlr though they are arelighting arelIhUnp arelIghting
lighting a lively opposition oppositionFv opP oppositionFur < MIltion MIltionFur
Fv Fur > ur of the band of 0 progressives pr IYt8 in inthe lathE inthe
the Senate 5ftut f Are under lire of 0 the t1Mterfsls In 1sterests Interests ¬
terests and according to nfidety circu circulated rlIfUlatf rircuhated ¬
hated latf > d reports of the regular r jtuJar RepubW RepubWcans Republican Repubilcane
cans can J but > ut they are lighting ftKhtl on cheer cheerfully ebeMfull cheerfully ¬
fully full with 1th the expectation of putting
in six years mere at the old stand standSkarp staBdS standSharp
Sharp S arp Fight Fi ht in Wisconsin WUKOBMBLa a aLa
La Follette is of course an object objectof
of especial solicitude and extraordinary extraordinaryeffort eXUlaordlnaryeKortl extraordinaryefforts
effort are being made to o overturn overturnWisconsin oerturancJn overturnWisconsin
Wisconsin ncJn where he has h no friends but butthe butthe butthe
the people Beveridpe Beveri now the undis undisputed undlput usdieputed ¬
puted put Republican Rppubll < < an leader If > dn In Indiana and anda
a strong force ores > in the tb Senate is t up for forreelection forreelection forreelection
reelection Burkett has W J T Bryan Bryanamong DryallanOftg Bryanamong
among other othf > r It kues IU < ue on hi hilt hands in inNebraska InXebraska InNebraska
Nebraska and lapp seeks efttl reco recognition recognitionin Uoft UoftIn
in Minnesota w K ere they are up to date dateand dataand daleand
and dont have mess on their political politicaldoctrlnw pIItUealtrtn polteatdoctrines
doctrines doctrlnwIn trtn trtnIn
In the group of those tho e who must mU > Bt bo boborn DnbOrn beborn
born again ax a Senators if they are go goIng soIn golug
lug In to help govern ov < lrn the country and ad advance idvan advance ¬
vance van e the licht of civilisation generally generallyare
are Bulkeley BuUu l y Connecticut ConnecUCUli Carter CarterTexas CArteronlana CarterMontana
Montana onlana Clark Wyoming tulbe uIberson uIbersonTexas n nTexu
Texas Daniel Virginia Depew Depew New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York Dick Ohio du Pont Delaware DelawareFrazler Delo1W8rFrazir DelawareFrazier
Frazier Tennessee ren McCumber North NorthDakota NorthDakota orth orthDftkota
Dakota Nixon lxon Nevada evada Oliver Penn Pennsylvania Pcnn1IlvAn Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania 1IlvAn Page Pa e Vermont Piles Pi Wash Washington Waahtnt Washhngton ¬
ington tnt > n Sutherland Utah Taliaferro TaliaferroFlorida Tallar8nOFlorkla TaflaferreFlorida
Florida and Warner Missouri MissouriOf b ourl ourlor
Of the thirty whose terms expire expirethere expkethere expirethere
there are ar twentyfour Republicans and andsix andsix andix
six ix Democrats DemocratsPOSTOFFICE DemocratJPOSTOFFICE DemocratsPOSTOFFICE
POSTOFFICE CLOSED CLOSEDCOOLSPRING CLOSEDCOOLSPRING CLOSEDCOOLSPRING
COOLSPRING Del I March 22 22WIth 22WIththe With Withthe Wlthtbe
the death of Cornelius Martin the post postmaster postmaster postmaster ¬
master the town will lOPe its poet poetoffice postoffice N8t N8toffice
office and hereafter the residents rc klen s wilt wtttbe wiltbe
be compelled to drive to Harbeaon Harbeaonseveral HarbeSOJlsceral Harbesonseveral
several miles distant to get their mail mailThe maJlThe mallThe
The former postmaster had a general generalstore Jeneraltore generalstore
store and watt 1IM able to be postmaster postmasterfor po tmaater tmaaterfor
for almost nothing nothingDISAPPEARS nothingDISAPPEARS nothingDISAPPEARSSUDDEULY
DISAPPEARS DISAPPEARSSUDDEULY DISAPPEARSSUDDEULYPolarn SUDDENLY SUDDENLYPoalam
Poalam M Makes Quick Work or SkIn SkInDlsfllturement SkInDial
Disfigurement DisfigurementBy Dial ilturement ilturementBy
By taking a small part of the skin skinwhich 211kiftwhich skinwhich
which is affected with Uh some blemish blemishsuch blemishsUft blemishsuch
such as pimples rash blotches etc or orwhich orwhich orwhich
which is unduly inflamed itching or orchanng orchaftn orchafing
chafing chaftn and applying appl lng thereto a small efaallquantity 84ft1IluanUty smallluantity
quantity of poslam sufficient only to tocover tocoer tocover
cover the th selected Iectcd surface an immediate immediatedemonstration Immdlatedcmonstratlon immediatedemonstration
demonstration may be had of the re remarkable remarkable Femarkable ¬
markable properties of this now discov discovery dtscovery ov overy ¬
ery and enough poslam for the ptarpoee ptarpoeewill PlrpoeewfH pitroeewill
will be e mailed free of charge to any anyone anyone anyone
one ui upon > on request rf > quest by b the Emergency EmergencyLAboralories EmergencyLaboratories EmergencyLaboratories
Laboratories 32 West 25th street New NewYork NewYork W WYork
York The spot pot so treated will 111 be becleared becleared becleared
cleared and healed in twentyfour hours hoursPoslam hoursPOIlam hoursPoslam
Poslam puts a stop to itching Itehtn as a soon soona soonfUll soonas
fUll a applied and its readiness in healing healingthpf hoallngthMle heatingthese
thpf these > small surfaces and minor troubles troublesis
is I hut an indication of its rapid action actionIn
In curing eczema tetter scabies 1ICIl etc etcon etlon etcon
on hands < limbs scalp or any j part > art of the thebody thebody thebody
body As the quantity necessary hecesl5ar to use usevaries useerlel useretire
varies erlel with the nature of the trouble troubleposlan troublJJ31a11 troublePoalari
poslan is I put up in two sizes one for
50 cents for mlm mlncr r uses U 8 and the regu reguaL
101 aL t Jar at J2 2 Beth B th are > always on sale saleat saleat ale aleat
at Ograms OTonnells the Peoples PeoplesPrug PeoplesPrug i
Prug Pro Store and Afflecks also other
drug stores storesLaasburgh gtoresLansburgh storesLansburghBro
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Various Var ous Kinds of Hungarians HungariansPuzzle HungariansPuzzle HungarthnsPuzzle
Puzzle Directorof Director of Census Censusi CensusBureau i
Bureau Informed That They Are Sometimes Slovaks SlovaksSlovenians SlovaksSIovenians SlovaksSlovenians
Slovenians Ruthenians and Little Russians RussiansEaGh RussiansEaGhNationality RussiansEachNationality Each EachNationality
Nationality Demands Separate Enumeration
When Wh n fe a Hungarian HU garu not a Hun Hungarian Hunga ¬
garian garianThis sartanZTitle ga FInS FInSThis
This is tho question which is now nit up1before uplutrOre nitbolero
before President Pr ent Taft to mettle It gave gaveDirector gaveDirector
Director Durand no end of trouble try trying tryIng trylag ¬ I
ing to solve it and as a a matter of fact factthe factthe I Ithe
the Census Cent < ulI Committee of the House has hasdone hudooe hasdone
done some wrestling with it itRepresentative itRepre ItRepresentative
Representative Repre entathe Crumpackers amend amendment amendment amendmeet ¬
ment to the Census bill which so inno innocently InnopnUy lanereally ¬
really started the recent revolution In Jnthe Inthe inthe
the House provided for the settlement settlementof
of the question The bill passed in the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House and also in the Senate and now nowit nowIt nowIt
it is before President Taft TaftThe TaftTh TaftThe
The Th answer a is as propounded by Hun Hungarians Hunrian5 hungarians ¬
garians rian5 who are a not Hungarians seems JJeem8to seemsto seemsto
to be when hen he ig j a Slovak or Sloven Slovenian StoyenIan Slovenhis ¬
ian Kuthenlan Little Russian etc etcetc etcte etcetc
etc te etc etcSome etcSome etcSome
Some Slovaks or Slovenians Ruthen Ruthenians Ruthenians Rutheninns ¬
ians Little Russians etc discovered discoveredthat dlfcoveredthat discoveredthat
that the bill authorizing authorfzl the taking takln of ofthe oCthf ofthe
the 1916 UI census did not contemplate > die distinguishing fllatlngulshlng dietingulebing ¬
tinguishing the naturalized immigrants immigrantsfrom Immlgnanl8from
from from southeastern outhetu tern Kurope except as asAustrlans asAutrln asAustrians
Austrians or Hungarians Their mull Individuality IndlIduallty mullviduality ¬
viduality wax w lost Thereupon a delega delegation delegation delegation ¬
tion was gathered together some twen twenty twenty twenty ¬
ty or thirty representing 2M0G9 through throughBODIES throughBODIES throughBODIES
BODIES ARE FOUND FOUNDAMONG FOUNDAJ1IONG FOUNDAMONGWRECKAGE
AMONG AMONGWRECKAGE AMONGWRECKAGELORLENT WRECKAGE WRECKAGELORIENT WRE KAGE KAGELORIE
LORIENT LORIE T France March a h 22 22Two 22Twounldentltkd Two Twounidentified TW TWunJdentlftd
unidentified bodies a life > buoy marked markedPrins markedPrln markedPrins
Prins Witlem II several era1 cars and ad much muchmiscellaneous 1ftu muchMISCt4ID0005 h hJltwellA
miscellaneous JltwellA wreckage wr kas were e washed washedup saahe4up oU etI etIUP
up on the shore at Bellelie BellelieThe BellelieThe
The Prins 171 Wlllem WUIe t II bel belonging to the theRoyal U theRoyal
Royal Dutch West Indian Matt Line Linesailed IIneII Linesailed
sailed II from Amsterdam for West Ind Indian ledtan ¬
tan ports JIO and New tow York on January JanuarySeveral 21 21Severn
Severn S ral articles rt from fOM the th tIt etenmer t mer were werrptrked werepluked
ptrked up at sea near Belielie a week werka weekago
a ago o
out the country and hurried to Wash Washington Wuhj WashIngton ¬
ington j ton to protest against the method methodof
of procedure procedureTo ure I ITo
To begin with Uh they th tackled the Presi President President Brentdent ¬
dent led ell by Representative Sabath Sabathof SaInLIof
of Chicago himself hhn elf a Pole they came camedown camedown camedown
down upon the White hlte House like an anavalamhe ana anavalanthe
avalamhe a vs1ant he They were warded off offhowever offh offhwwter
however h 6er by being lwln hurried through the thePresidential thePre thePresidential
Presidential Pre kt > ntlal handshaking handsbakl mill with the themorning themornlnJ themorning
morning grist of payers of respects respectsThey re respectsThey pec
They had no opportunity to thresh out outtheir outtheir outtheir 1
their grievance rlevanee with the President PresidentNothing PresidentNothing I
Nothing daunted they hurried away awayto aWRYto awayto
to Director of the Census Durand and andtold andtold andtold
told him that something must be done doneThe doneTIlt doneThe
The Slovaks or Slovenians Ruthenians RutheniansLittle RuthenlanLlttlf RutheniansLittle
Little Russians and Set vians IaDS etc must mustbe mustbfo mustbe
be allowed to t > tell the th census cn us enumerat enumerators ¬
ors their tt ftr real nationality not merely merelythe me merelythe rei reitht
the geographical JeoclaJ hlCAI location of their native nativelands nativeland nativelamie
lands they said saidDurand saidDurand Id IdDUnlnd
Durand looked over the resolution pre presented preMntfd piessnted ¬
sented and signed ed by b the th delegation delegationgazed delegation7Afl delegationgazed
gazed 7Afl thoughtfully fbnu htfully at the list of appel appellations appelJatlonl appellatlons ¬
lations which hlrh would W uld have ha wrecked wreckedtypewriter R Rtypewriter atypewriter
typewriter in the writing of them and andpromised Andproml84C1 andpromisd
promised to do what he could to remedy remedythe remedythe remedythe
the trouble troubleAlas troubleAla troubleAlas
Alas Ala the poor OOr census c < < n us enumerator enumeratorwhtopered enumeratorwh enumeratorwhispered
whispered wh lperf the director to himself his hise
e f > > OS s fascinated by the variegated com compilation compitaUon cornpilatlon ¬
pilation of Slavonic Ruthenlan Little LittleRussian LlttJeRnMlan LittleRussian
Russian an and Servian Sen Ian consonants that thatgraced thatJreed thatgraced
graced the petition as the delegation delegationfiled d delegationfiled egaUon egaUonled
filed led forth forthMINISTER CorthA1INISTER forthMINISTER
MINISTER WU GOES GOESTO GOESTO GOESTO
TO FRENCH CAPITAL CAPITALSHANGHAI CAPITALSHANGHAI CAPITALSLNGHAI
SHANGHAI March 22 2Wu Wu Vu Ting TingFang TlnJFan TingFang
Fang Fan recently recalled as minister mial ter to toUnited toUJ toUnited
United UJ tM States is to be appointed Chi Chinese Chlrc Chircse ¬
nese rc mInister to France according to tea toa toa
a report received from fr Peking PeltSa today todaySir todaySir todaySir
Sir ChenTung Liang CbMg has been beenappointed beenappointed en enappolntM
appointed Minister Jldal ter te Berlin He was wasformerly wasI wasformerly
I formerly fonnerl minister to the ratted States Statesand StateI Statesand
and wa was a a member ember of the tb Chinese naval navalcommission Jt val valfommtutoa
I commission
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New York YorkV YorkVA51IINGTONParjs YorkVA51IINGTONParjsEaster WASHINGTON AStUNOTONParls AStUNOTONParlsEaster Paris ParisEaster
Easter Dresses and andCostumes andCostumes andCostumes
Costumes For Women WomenN WomenAN WomenA
N exposition of French and American creations of more morethan morethan
I AN A than usual note The complete modes of o the dictators of offashion offashion offashion
fashion are here in choice selection selectionA
A rich and exclusive gathering of artistic and beautiful styles stylesportraying stylesportraying stylesportraying
portraying the latest models as adopted by American women womenAt womenAt womenAt
At 2500 3500 and 5000 5000SilkDresses Silk Dresses made of rich richshimmering richsbimme richshimmering
shimmering sbimme ng Changeable Silks in all the new and gorgeous geous shades shadesof
of the season Latest authentic Parisian styles including inc1udin the new aewsheath newI newsheath
sheath th gown own with its accordion plaited effect fully developed in inskirt inskirt in inskirt
I skirt bodice and sleeves also other fashionable models A j veryi very veryeffective veryeffective
j i effective showing showingI
I A Special Offering OfferingEspecially OfferiflgEspecially OfferigEspecially
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Especially for the Easter season we offer an assortment of ofFine ofFi olFine
Fine Fi Dresses of Changeable and Messaline Me aline Silks in all ib tt > new newshades newshadessome newshidessome
shades shadessome some magnificent ones included These garments em embody embody embody ¬
body the latest style touches some of the bodices being bein made madewith madewith madewith
with lace yokes others with Dutch DI ch necks the sleeves are made madein madein madein
in a most becoming manner Skirts are either plaited or finished finishedwith fmisbedvith finishedwith
with the attractive overskin giving vjn the tunic effect effectSpecial effectSpecial effectSpecial
Special prices
1650 1850 and 2500each 2500eachThird
Third floor G street
New Dotted Do ted and andFigured andFigured andFigured
Figured White Swisses SwissesINE SwissesFINE
1 INE quality sorts that are made in Switzerland and brought broughthere broughthere broughtI
FINE I here direct We e are very careful in the selection of these thesematerials thesemate thesematerials
materials mate als and at all times show only the best full fullbteached fullbleached fullbleached
bleached to a snowy whiteness whitenessA
A new shipment has just reached us The designs desi s are more morevaried morevaried morevaried
varied and better than ever before The prices though thoo h sacrificing sacrificingnone sac fKin fKinnone
none of the quality are marked by moderation moderation37l4c
37l4c 37 ½ c to 100 the yard yard42inch yard42inch yard42inch
42inch Seed Dotted Swiss very fine i n quality qualitySpecial qualitySpecial qualitySpecial
Special price 50c the yard yardSecond yardSecond yardSecond
Second fteor Eleventh street streetEaster atre streetEaster < < t tEaster
Easter Flower Vases VasesSHAPES VasesS
1 HAPES and styles for both the long 1on and shortstem flowers flowersj ow rs rsin
SHAPES S j in great reat variety va ety The occasion demands that we be well 1e11preparedand wellpreparedand wellprepared
prepared preparedand and ve v e are better than ever before beforePrice beforePrice beforePrice
Price range is very great greattilt the items not being bein indicative of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the extensive stock stockGreen stocKGrcen stockGreen
Green Traced Optic Vases 25c and ntl 50 50Colonial 50ColonIal O OColonial
Colonial Glass Vases V cos loc 25c 5c to S275 S275Sweet I275Sweet 2i 2iSweet
Sweet Pa P a Vases of Colonial Glass Green Traced Crys Crystal ClYstal Crystal ¬
tal Spun and Austrian Glass lac to ssoo ssooFluted 500 500Fluted 00 00Fluted
Fluted Glass Vases four to eighteen inches high lOc to toGreen toGreen
275
Green and Austrian Glass Flower Baskets150 Baskets 10 to 100 400Colonial 100Colonial 100Colonial
Colonial Glass Flower Baskets 100 100Colonial 100Colonial 1ooColonial
Colonial Glass Rose Bowls SOC SOCLowshaped JOcLowshapad iOcLowshaped
Lowshaped Flowor Bowls SOc SOcLowshaped JOcLowshaped > 0c 0cLowshaped
Lowshaped Flower Bowls for violets or sweet peas 25c 25c50c 2SeSOc 5c
SOc and 1 7 7ijc 7ijcAltar 7ScAltar c cAltar
Altar Vases VAii 63 of green and crystal glass eight to eighteen eighteeninches oighteeninches
inches high 10c to 675 67 cisFlftti
Flftfe FUt Ho ft o r Eleventh Eleventhstroct tract
FUNERAL SERVICES SERVICESOF
OF CHURCH CHURCIUORKER CHURCIUORKERMrs WORKER WORKER11rs
Mrs Louisa Benton Dead DeadAfter DeadAfter DeadAfter
After Illness of Several SeveralMonths SeveralMonths SeveralMonths
Months MonthsFuneral MonthsFuaera1 MonthsFuneral
Funeral services for MM Jn Maria MariaLoutea MariaLouisa Iari IariLtuLe
Louisa Beaten B < Rtn nt n west W k known w as a chUrch ehurcfcworker eburdltiter chUrchvorker
worker titer in Me MeiodIst tetodt uodfait t Eptecop plsco Circle CircleIn CtrcleeIn
In tlU 11 city will III be held at 23 a > Aocfc elcKkI elcKktomorrow doektomorrow Aocfctomorrow I
tomorrow afternoon at the Ha HaJRMae lite 34 34E IIK I IE
E Chircli of which else wa Wa a afor member memberfor memberfor
for more than thirtyfour yean The TheRev TheRev Tb TbRe
Rev Re Chariot E Guthrte pastor pa OC c tb tbchurch thchulcb the thechureh
church will officiate aMteted by the theRev theRev theRev
Rev J 1 W V R Sumwalt Dtatrict super superintendent superInteMeRt superintendest ¬
intendent the Rev Dr H R Mayber Maybera 1HIr 1HIra
a former pastor of th Ute church and ad the thej theRev theRev
j Rev Dr Wilder prealdent of the t Dea Deaconnese Deaconne DenCOOflesS
connese conne Training School Burial will willbe willbe willbe
be In Glenwcod Cemetery CemeteryMrs CftIMt CftIMtYnJ CemeteryMrs
Mrs Benton death th occurred yester yesterday yeftterday yenterday ¬
day morning following an It Illnnaa we of ofI o oIeeral ofseveral
I several months She was w a native th and andlifelong andlifelong ad adureSon
lifelong ureSon resident of this tld city and a for formany fOtmany fo fomany
many years was etoeely eIoIJoeI identified with withthe withthe I Ithe
the Methodist Iethodt t Episcopal EJ fICOP8I church interests interestsin
in the District She was wa a member memt er of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the executive committee comn ttee cf the Den Deaconess Denconees ea eaCO ¬
coness CO etMJ Training School and until her herhealth herhealth herhealth
health forced her to resign three months monthsago monthsago monthsago
ago was a member of the board of ofmanners oCmaJW ofmanagers
manners maJW ers of the Methodist Episcopal KptscopalHome Ep EpiscopalHome tcopl tcoplHom
Home for the Aged She was also presi president pre preeldent l ldent ¬
dent of the th Ladies Aid Society of the theHamllne tbeHaJltUne theHamhine
Hamllne Church and was wa deeply inter interested latecIn interesteI ¬
ested in all branches of the oirareh oirarehorganization dtsrckonanlzatlon cbsrckorganization
organization organizationMrs
Mrs Irs Benton was Ni ftftyetarht Altd ht years of ofage of81IE ofage
age and IK I > > survived br D her husband husbandone habnone
one son Ralph and Ave ve sisters aiate Mrs MrsKate MrsKate Irs IrsKate
Kate Ctarkson Mr nr Era Emiy y Prra PrraMfa P PIN Prince Prince3tIsS
Mfa 3tIsS IN e Gecrgie G e Webster eb8ter Miss Jessie JessieWebster Je JeWfMt JessieWebster
Webster WfMt C and Miss x Betty Webster all allof anDC allof
of this th city cityARE dtyARE cityARE
ARE GUESTS OF SULTAN
I CONSTANTINOPLE CO STATl OPLE March 22Cxar 22CxarFerdinand Caar
I Ferdinand J and Czarina EIeonor of Bul Bulgaria Bailgarta ¬
garia arta are here to visit the Soltan ltan of ofTurkey orTurkey ofThrkey
I Turkey This is the Bulgarian Bu n sever sovereigns MYfrflt severigu ¬
eigns flt igu n s arM appearance in Turkey Turlt4 since sincehe sincehe In Inbt
he assumed the t title Ut of Czar of the Bail BulalMl Bailgean j jjrera
jrera and it Is hoped that the visit visitfore TisttforeillMdo visitforeshadows
fore foreshadows h < k wi the end of the strained strainedrelations etrabaedrelations strainedrelations
relations which have ha threatened wa to tothe htthe hithe
the Balkan Balk
WESTERN SWINDLERS SWINDLERSTO
TO SERVE SERVETWO TWO YEARS YEARSMabray YEARSMabray YEARSMabray
Mabray and Companions Are AreSen AreSenfenced Sen Senfenced Sentenced
fenced to Terms At Fort FortLeavenworth PortLeavenwortk FortLeavenworti
Leavenworth LeavenwortkCO1oCIL LeavenwortiCOUNCIL LeavenworthCOUNCIL
COUNCIL BLUFFS low Iowa March MarchJohn 1IarriIJoba aaraiiJohn
John C Xabray Lees Loster Tom TomRebba S SRobtaeon SBebineosi
Robtaeon Rebba oR Wttterd Powell Oarer OarerClass OarerfCIa ererc erercClass < >
CIa Class Ed w Leach Eddie K Morris Clar Clarenee Claronce
once Forbes Harry Forbes Frank and andEddie adJddle
Eddie McCoy cCoy leaders of the famous Ma Mabray Mabray 3f 3fbray
bray swindling mme have ha e been In sertenced Inteaced r rtenced
tenced t0 t two years yeni in the Federal pen pententlary pententlary n nte
tentlary te tlary at Fort Leavenworth anti I d fln nnJ1IfW tine tine1vv < l lSMfm
SMfm by Y Judge J e McPherson McPhersonA XePJae XePJaeA
A verdict of c guilty was retnraed Ka1 Ka1urday a aulCt aurd
urday ulCt urd asatart all the men tried esp espJWb ezct t
Robert JWb < < t E L Goddard of San Anton AntoniTex AntonTex AntonTex
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Conforms to Pure Food l and Drags Laws LawsWins LawsWID LawsWhis
Wins Friends Wherever Used As Asic AsicI tsjcDruggists it itDruegtets
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for Catholics Cathol For sale at Veldts Velgt1J7th a a7thSNW T T7th >
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New Long Coats Coatsand Coatsand Coatsand
and Wraps WrapsOATS W WrapsC r ps psC
OATS and Wraps for every need from simple Serge Ser Coats Coatsfor Coatsfor Coatsfor
C for street and general eneral wear ear to the more elaborate e4 torae for forformal forformal forformal
formal occasions Also Raincoats Auto Coals Cot and Dust DustCoats DustCoa DustCoats
Coats Coa ts
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Our assortments are now in m splendid coodi condition oo and show showmany showman showmany
many man distinctive new style features featuresThreequartertength featuresTbreeqwuierlen featuresThreequarterlength
Threequartertength h Coats 1ats of black serges ser and broadcloths broadclothsalso broacklothaJso bcodckthsalso
also of tan coverts made semifitting and fined throughout tbrou
1250 to 2500 each eachSerge eachSer eachSerge
Serge Ser Semifitting Long Coats in blue and nd back shawl or ornotched ornokbed ornoiched
notched collars trimmed mmed with th moire and pongee pon or pipings of ofred ofred ofred
red finished with fancy buttons Very stylish garments m1eUts for trav traveling trave trayen ¬
eling e en and motoring motorin
1950 to 3750 each eachBbck eachBitck eachBlack
Black Taffeta and Voile Long Coats some made semiftiiing semifi semiingotbers semiftiiingoibers ng ngotbers
otbers loose trimmed t mmed with pongee and fancy braids
1500 to 3750 each eachPongee eachand eachPongee
Pongee and Rajah Long Coats semifitting lined and mimed mimedattractively URinedattradifd uikedattractie1y
attractively attradifd trimmed with black satin fancy silks and md1ar large eoot eoottons but buttons buttons ¬
tons
1500 to 7500 each eachRaincoats eachRaiocoats eachS eachRaincoats
S
Raincoats and Capes of serges and rubberized rubt1e zed cloths Shown Shownm Sio Sioi
iR m i aX the fate te colors some semifitting mi t tting others fullfitting fuUfitti
1250 to 2500 each eachSemifitting eachSemifit eachSemifitting
Semifit Semifitting n Dust Coats made of linen and trimmed with withblack withjack withb
black b ack or colored silk and large butttons
500 to 1850 each eachBfec eac eacBiI eachBq
Bfec Bq Silk Short Coats lined or unlined plain or braided brid
1250 to 3500 each eachTMitf eachrJd
Third rJd ser r r G street
Auto Lap Robes RobesE RobesWT
WT vT E direct attention to our new tine of A Auto to Lap R Robes RobesVV bes besMI
VV MI 7 This is the first shipment of the season embraciag e two twostrictly tWostrictly twostrictly
strictly allwool styles in new and effective patterns and andcolorings andcok andcolorings
colorings cok > rin fringed f n and plain plainIn
In the following sizes sizes58x66 sizes5Bx66 sizes58x66
58x66 inches inches600 inches60058x80 600 60058x80 60058xBO
58x80 inches inchesi50 inchesi5058x72 650 65058x72 65058x72
58x72 inches inches750 inches750S 750 75058x84 150t
t 58x84 inches inches900 inches900Sensed 900 900SaMttd 900S8IDMMl
Sensed seer Eleventh street tr t
New NewBelts NewBeltsP Belts BeltsREPARED BeltsPREPARED
REPARED to meet the demands of aH who wo may desire desirebells de9ireoons derebells
PREPARED P bells Newest styles in every wanted mateaai A specif speci SpIly
ly strong showing sbowi of Patent Leather Belts The extent extentof extentof extentof
of the stock is but slightly indicated by the following folkwingPatent folowin folowinPatent followingPatent
Patent Leather Baits BOIt with new curved civo front Each 2ac fic to toOOO
soo 300 OO
Leather Belts in taD navy blue Mack aad white hUe Each Bach50c EachOc EachSOc
SOc Oc to SlOO SlOOWhite 100 100White 100White
White Wash Belts B lti plain plai and embrofctared ela emhro roWereti ered finished with withpearl wtthpearl Ith Ithpearl
pearl buckles Each 25c and dOC 50cWash dOCVasil SOcWash
Wash Belting ia a number KalB ec of c Haw patterns also plain plaiaYard plainYard ptaiaYard
Yard 25c 25cBelting 25cBelting 25cBelting
Belting of various vario HHttortalsj tertajaC7 faacy awl plain Yard 25c to
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