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16 THE WASHINGTON TIMES rES MONDAY Y APRIL 25 1910
ITS WTO BREAK BREAKAssistant BREAKAUTOMOBlLE BREAKAUTOMOBILE
AUTOMOBILE LAWS LAWSAssistant LASAssistant
Assistant Corporation Coun Counsel Counsel Counsel
sel Schuldt Explains the theRegulations theRegulations
Regulations RegulationsSEVERE RegulationsSEVERE RegulationsSEVERE
SEVERE PENALTIES PENALTIESFOR
FOR OLD OFFENDERI OFFENDERS
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Stoe 5hres > takiiig the jaulti Im irlti4 u ofsat of assist assistant asslsta ¬
ant a t earpstatlsa e jraejratla eonsMiU iiormerly tOe erly Iy held heiaby held1r
by 1r JaigM Pugh trf 110 the Police Court CourtQMS CourtoJ Courthen
hen EeAu TrgiiMJli has Itetened JI teIteIl to the plea pleaof pleaol pleaof
of atttotMJbOe drfrera almost aI Doet daily dailyweoalty d11yIn dailyIn
weoalty In one of two forms f either I IoM Idid
oM not know I was going so faat or orX orr orI
X did not know it was against the law lawto 1awI
to I do deut deutJir that matMa thatMr I
Mr Schmidt S MiJIk has 1I listened Ji te ed patiently NItM tJy and andla aDdJa andla
la BBny hntaees 1IOe be hag recommended recommendedthatthe recomlDelMledUMLt r eemmesdedthat
thatthe that tile oowrt t take ta e the a offenders endea per pereovat perIr persweat
sweat Ir recogntaance
I realise that the automobile law lawsjM 1 lawadd w I I8I
add 8I III the ponc police regulations respecting respectnigautwnobOes re respectingantsmobiles pecttDc I Iare
autwnobOes are are comnHcated and per perhmps perDOt perbsps
hmps not genecalUr understood and anden aD4tMt andthat
that It is saettifts peeeible for driy driyen drivers
en to violate them ahaost amo t tIT imeonscious imeonsciously
ly he said Ill ta dJseuoetny mK the faroTMs law lawThte ew ewndI
Thte was more than ever brought be osgbt to tofriend toMY topry
MY mind wIleD with a friend I took tookan tookaa tookan
an antomobfle antoess a ride We were going goingalsng goIngalong
along at what ooannd to us a very Terygontle verygentle < < 7 7geIItIe I
gentle rate of speed but I looked at atthe attbe atthe
the speedometer 811 ei1M eter and found that we wewere wetra wewerQ
werQ were traveling tra at the rate of nfteen fCteean nfteenmil ACteea1MMIr
mil n go as an hoar three miles m ba excess ezoesethe excessof
of 0 Ute Jk leak Ik Miwed wed It by the awp withinthe within wttIatat
t the e Are Ifmits We slowed down quick quicklhr ojuicPeaaty qakkJ
J lhr el t onare c ur e k kp iPenalty
Penalty p aIty for ferOfiGeL Ofiensee OfienseeI
I eutiaeed cautioned l1lj the thciawmgaur cfcaWfowr and IIIIl told toldand toNW toldkilo
kilo W tint the leaalty peII dty fir IIrtring mere meretJMa meretbu
tJMa tw twelve miles oe an bear was a aoffr8M an anc
c offr8M ku to IG 1 r tin trot oUee oUeedaatfor eaene eaeneand
and that daatfor for the oeoowl ifs within wtUiteawl wtthiaa
a poor the ae 1 is douM Sit to iii iiiand s sfer
awl tor the third offanje within one oneyear tiReIItr oneyear
year IItr a ace of from sa S to 525 sa s2 or te teprlcanutaot 1Bafor imprcnsonmt
prlcanutaot for not lose than thant1a1rt7 thant1a1rt7tIaaa thirty thirtydays thirtydays
days nor > toi more than six ax months JIMMIu or orboth orD orbth
both D da ht the dJ cftkdieR dzc cvetio edsa of the court courtCiooutHi ceurtId courtCrewing
Crewing Maalu MMMehvsette Id k setts ett avenue we wehad wehad
had to t slow down dowai Jto eight eIitItheIII miles an anhaw anbeer
haw This lIdI8 te the speed permitted > at atmoot atet atmoat It It1sMl
moot et of the comers Turning T around aroundtha areaIMIeonten aroundthe
the earners a speed JIPe of only 17 six nvU Dll4IW Dll4IWaa ns nsan s san
an hour te permitted permittedWbjle penalUeLwe permittedwpile
Wbjle we w were re outside oa dde the Are Itea limits Iteaana 111IIIts
Its we could p tweatJ miles an ourand our ioo9raM
ana scsa obey obe the la laOomtag lay t
Oomtag back on Sixteenth street 8treetR and andMproarhlny andspnroehteg
Mproarhlny R street we noticed DO eetI a a fraeuona frae fractious frae1Ious ¬
tious horse with which the driver was
having ha some M me trouble Coming toward I
him was another automobile The driv driver drirer riY riYer ¬
er of the horse held up his hand warn ¬
ing the chauffeur to atop He paid no noattention noattention I
attention but circled out of the way
Fortunately he did no harm but he heviolated healthough i
violated the law although probably pr by he e I
dU not n realize It ItA itAn
A Aa autemobOe aatsmobilemu aatsmobilemuby tlnll b e e1tT muot stop upon stgsni stgsnihorsedrawn I
1tT rag the hand frees roa a drtMr 8l i
horsedrawn berM WII vehicle vehiclepassed YMJeIeTJaat vehicleDrat 1
Drat was aft enU eveartfui trip for we wecane I
cane near breaking DOt only the Jaw lawales
passed dby by Congress Con ongr e ees June a 1MB but
aJ a also o the poBce pporegulations regulations re < < uladoa with which whichautowcill
autowcill ep drivers have to be familiar familiarMMtat taadIIarHtat famineMnat i
MMtat Htat Leave Engine Eap e Rte RaaiBfWe R1IIIR If IfWe
We asked to have ha e something somethln < < to eat eatand eatand I
and asked the chauffeur
who was a afriend afriend 1
friend of ours to join us He would wouldhave wouldhave I Ihave
have left the engine
running with no no J
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I ANDREW CARNEGIES CARNEGIESGIFT GIFT TO HOWARD HOWARD UNIVERSITY UNIVE UNIVERSITYI
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LIBRARY BUILDING BU1LD1HGWhere e eWhere
Where President Taft a and ad < 1 Donor Attended Dedication Exercise TI This s Afternoon Aftena
body In the machine if I had not called calledhIa calledhis
his attention atten on to itThe It ItThe Itbe
The be theory of the regulation te that thatWItIa thatwith
with the eagles I1IDIIiD ruaWag er wkb with tIM tIMtbrottJe tiwthrottle
throttle open children m in th tile streetIkely street streetlkely arrJ arrJIdtely
lkely to get to playing pIa with the lnvsyi lnvsyiand I ieue ieueand
and start the machine which 1IIIIi niiit niiiteanae sflglH sflglHcause at atcau
cause cau e considerable ihirinryr ihirinryrThe diimrageThe
The police eUce repla regulations ooa provide as a a apenalty a aeIIalty ipenalty 1
penalty fines of from O I to yci The Theregulations Theregulations j jregwatlola8
regulations require that each ell auto automobile I e eJDObIIe
mobile havea e a license 1IeeD e and that the num number j jher
her of that license floes be dtepmyed on the hebask 1
back of the machine IJM In figures acur not 1IOtUIaa lees l ss
than three Inches high h At At night beginning be bechtoe beI beIgtnnfDc
ginning see boar after sunset die JDa machine J JchJDe
chine must be provided wish two twoin tII isIn tIIIn
in front and one In the rear to lIsJat lIsJatthe 0 t tthe
the license number ber also a red light t ta tathe inthe
the rear rearThe rearThe rearThe
The police regulations ateo forbfiLtl forbfiLtlemission to forbAni Me Mee fin finemisoau Ii Iitbe
emission e d Ioa of offensive amok and ad gases gasesand p p1UId gasesand
and the dripping drl oC oH Ps i iXot Uw s street8 street8ot < eet
Not ot only most the auto Itself b7 JIc Ucensed J
ensed en ed but the chauffeur must have aYe a alicense ahoeae j
license J1cen e and lid he te required to display
it when called upon to do so eb by an anofficer
officer officerXT lacerfir to toXr
XT Schnidt pointed out that thatbe besidesai besides lcJe lcJeILA
ai ILA a tb these se regulations there is a provi provision provfIdon yrovilon ¬
sion lon of the law passed by Congress that thata
a speed of only four miles JD e8 an hour willbe will willbe willbe
be permitt permittact J in tlie Ie short block east of ofstreet i
the Treasury bull building tD < < and 1 between Gstreet G Gstreet r
street and Pennsylvania avenue also alsoat al80at alsoat
at the intersections of Plinth lnth and FF F Fand Fand i iand
and Eleventh and G streetTbese street streetThe 1Jtreetare
The Tbese are arerequired busy corners aDd care Is IsIbqutred isrequired
required to prevent accidents ta traffic trafficMr tratnHMr trafficMr
Mr Schuldt said Ad that h he hesitated In Inadmitting In1IdmItUng Inadmitting
admitting that be was traveling above abovta aho ahotae abovetoe
tae ta twelve miles an hour limit but gal galinat sai2 sai2tnat aI aItna
tnat It was for only a fraction of a ablock ablock
block and that he wanted to point o oto m mto t tto
to automobilists some of the things they th t fY fYMut j
must know knowSIX knowSIX knowSIX
SIX LEHIGH GRADS GRADSARE I IARE
ARE FROM FROMDISTRICTI DISTRICT DISTRICTOf
Of the 115 candidates for degrees at atI atL atIidggh
I L Iidggh Mgh University South Bethlehem BethlehemPa
Pa MX are from rn the Dtotrlct of CoI Columbia CoIiIIa ¬ i
umbra iIIa ten from Maryland and ad three tireefrom i ifrom I ItlOlD
from Virginia VIr taIa The Washington w can candidates i ididates idIdate
didates areGeorge are j
George H Crocker Robert BG ert Francte PznncisDyer FrancteDyer PraadaD7
D7 Dyer < < John Christie Arehnahi 1 IIIIaIIL AlbertDsly Albert AlbertDaly AlbertDaJ
Daly DaJ Bryant Jensen Leigh Tartar and
WUttam LewhX LewhXSwift Lew LewSwift LewtaSwift
Swift it Companys Com ys sales o of fresh beef
In Washington Wa binBton for the week w enu esdIug Saturday Sat Saturday Saturday ¬
urday April 23 3 averaged aver < < ed 1L2I eta nor lb
Advt Advt
Sale of ofI
I Used Pianos
We have a few f w slightly slightlyused slightlyused
used Byrne Pianos that ar aroffered arered >
offered < < ered far below actual value val value value ¬
ue this week They The have havebeen haeDeen havebeen
been thoroughly overhauled overhauledand ot verhauleland > rhaule < l lDel
and Del are alanost as s good asnew as asnew asnew
new instruments instrumeottrTet yet there
te a big saving sa ng in price
This Exact ExactByrne Ex ct 300
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Byrne Piano PianoThis PIano iaao iaaoThte I ITJdo
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This Piano te just like the illustration to the leftwith left
Large withcneat cneat cneata cneatcarving cabinet a carvingstyes grand style styes in genuine me mahogany JDA1Io mat ogny < < aDy case casewith
with wi neat carving ng and Anted pOaaters en It t has over overstrung overatnmg overstrung ¬ I
strung bums base quadruple tuning t1ll blocks maple bushings bushingsail
on aH a tuning Priced pins repeating r action and an elegant I
tone Priced special at 92KM a 2i Terms T of o payment paymentwill paymentwill paymentwill
will be made to suit your wishes
Stool scarf and tuning free freeMayer
Mayer Co Coto
409 to 417 41 7 Seventh St NW NWa
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sreakeaed aketied nedand and ip impure re cvaditi condition i of the circulation that is responsible responm le for He Hexradown t1todown therf
xradown rf down state of health We have only to recognize the importance of pure pnrevTck pur pur7i pureilea
ilea 7i blood ia preserving h health RltJa to realize tie danger of a a weakened or ini inipvre impore m mMIre
pore MIre circaiatioD Deficient DeAciemblood blood nutriment weakens the system met it can eanaet cannoot i ia i
a aet t resist dis disease ue like a a strong robust ro ast coE CODStibition titstion First the body has a awomoat aWODloat awofaoot
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is had etc If the condition is not corrected at this stage more serious seriousrsenltB BeIionsnsalt seriousare
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ponies MIIihf the bleed 53 S S is a real tonic becaase it is a reel blood purifier purifierS
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the same beneficial reed Be soreto nrs w get S S S for your tonic this year yearci yeart
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CANOE OVERTURNS OVERTURNSYOUTH OVERTURNSYOUTH OVERTURNSYOUTH
YOUTH IS DROWNED DROWNEDHACKENBACK DROWNEDHACREI1C
HACKENBACK N J April K1I STbe 96Thearm 36 STbeant The Thefirst
first boating avcidont I eat if if c the season IMIa OIl on onthe onthe
the Hackensack H rclt river encur toeurred red late yes yestarday ye yewIaea yMtes
tarday tes + day when Alexander Sfndatr Sfndatreigliteen SbteIIreicfttHll Sinclaireighteen
eighteen years old of Toronto Canadawas Canada CaRII4adnnraed i iwac
was drowned near Bogota while caDGe caDGeIDe canoelug cancetag
tag The young man lost h c > st t control of the theupset thecaaoe thecanoe
canoe ht a heavy gnu J1I of wind and Dd It
upset upsetSinalatr upIIetSiaar n ° et etJlisdak
Sinalatr was within Arty feat f 9t of f shore shorebut shorebatt
but he made an effort to recover the thecanoe theHe thecanoe
canoe He was seteed rock cramps and lid
dteappeared dieappea u = ed Ha H was wa employed te Gapes Capsgrecay Gapesgroeoy
groeoy at Bogota having come there theretea thenten thereten
ten days da ago 0 The e body was recovered recoveredU rtcOT < < ed
U S ARCHITECTS HONORED HONOREDPARIS HONOREDPARIS
PARIS Apr AIIdI sCon SConstant Constant tant Desire I Des DestndeUe Desen > s scorrespondiag
tndeUe of Io oston ton the architect hu
been eI sleet < < t corresponding member of oftba otthe ofthe
the Acad Acdemle emIe mi d d6 deg e Beaux Arts in place placeof placeof placeof
of Whitney Wia Warren of 0 Boston who hQ has
been promoted to be foreign acsociate aK > Ctate
PRESS CLUB TO HAVE HAVECARNEGIE HAVECARNEGIE HAVECARNEGIE
CARNEGIE AS GUEST GUESTvv
u cw e vv Carnegie eru eruton n negie e g i e w who ho te in Washing wact6D j jton
ton for the dedication dec cattoJa of the Carnegie CarnerteLIbrary CarnegieLibrary
I Library at Howard University this thteI thiaafternoon thisafternoon
I afternoon and for the dedication of the theBureau dieBuftau theBiseau
Bureau of American Republics tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row win be the guest of honor at the theNational theNational theNattonal
National Press Club this evening where wherean wherean
an informal reception talk win be given him himMr himMr himof
Mr of Carnegie Carnegiepresented Ca will talk to the members membtnof
of the club at 831 0c1oc o cp cppresented < k end will be beprenated
presented by the dub president t tJ Arthur ArthurJ rtburJDodwe
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TAFT rAn WilL WILLLIBRARYDEDICATIONNew ATTEND ATTENDLliffl ATTENBLIBRARY
LIBRARY LIBRARYDEDICATIONNew DEDICATION DEDICATIONNew
New N ev Building at Howard HowardUniversity How HowardUniversity rd rdlJniversity
University Ready Re dy for forFormal forFormal forFormal
Formal Opening OpeningWkh Op ning ningww ningWith
With the President PrG WeIat of t the United t7nitaStates UnitedStates UJIItedStates
States and Andr Androw Lrw Carnegie acbedalflf IlelledaMfto sehsdu sehsduto
to deliver deity the principal addresses addressesnew the thenew Mnew
new Carnegie Library LU raI7 at Ute Howard HowwdUniversity BowanilnlYer8lty Howardtniverit7
University arrangements rnu t were complet completed completed
ed today for tbb to formal f dedtoitfoa tiea thfa thfaafternoon UatIIattenlOOlL tldsafternoon
afternoon attenlOOlLThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The library vphfeh oVhteJlls Is DM of tfc tile hand handsomest JIaa4someet ¬
someet botUDa butldnga B at the university UlllYer8Ityo was wasuealgaed wa wauesfeaed
uesfeaed o ed by Architect Henry D Whit Whtlneld i ield
neld + eld brotherinlaw of Mr qaraefta qaraeftaof arnegib arnegiband
and was eon constructed true by Eo 3 Xu Xuot I1aryballOf
of this city It front on the campus cunpcas
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Is s over K WJ f feet et Ion long ud thirtylive feet feetdeep fleetdMP featdeep
deep not iaducltag IncluclbI < < UM projection of the tbestack thestack I Istactc
stack room Its deafen te of the Italian Italianrenaloooace ItLtaareJUlI Itaienrenaissance
renaloooace renaloooaceThe reJUlI renaissanceThe DCe DCeThe
The library Is capable of hoMte holding about afeovtseventyfive aDogtseve aboutseventyAve
seventyfive seve tyitye thouaaad books and win be beopened beopened beopened
opened with nearly forty fortJt thousand vat volumns VDtumM vatumns
umns collected daring the tie past f fye few fewyears w wyear
year ye ra The reading re bu rooms and D4 bookstacks book
stacks are ail it located art 0 the first floor floorOn floorOIl floorOn
On the second floor there te a special
Pesdh room for the 4M MAIIIeI me c1 stu
Gentm nttbe the oOteee of th the pnaMant of ofth ortile ofthe
th tile university aa and < < two pnrfnar room rooms
IB I the basement Is an s sad assembly = 1O room roomand IB IBlid
and ad newspaper file fileatnce filM8Iace filesSince
Since thVcomptedoB the completion of th Ute bvildtn bvildtntwo HII eldlsbeen Ia Iatwo
two handsome h I M oft paintings ug ugpre h larvao larvaopresented been beeneented
pre presented eented to the university to be placed placedthe placedone
In the Horary one by Mrs Klphonzo a phbbzo
Young YoungIn and d the other other by C J r Webber Wybbert Webberw W Wtbe
tbe t w artistThe artist artistit
The tit it building bldl lng was erected ereet 4 at a cost costof c st stof Stor
of b50M S MM with h an additional l ZM 2
for furnishings An annual income oC oC5o0 0
5o0 500 will be used for malntfeaaneeu mainhaaeeeu
The dedication cJe kUon exercises were warevtod 1I qcbed qcbedto ed eduJec1
vtod u to commence at 4 ocloe ocloeafternoon oeoefc this tJaJsaltOOII thisafternoon
afternoon Ja a 4ho ie e evening a recap rec ¬
tion tionland tion land and promenade cone concert co rt will be teeDUEL beram
hdcl frOM ram 7 until 9 oclock oclockDUEL oclockDUEL
DUEL TO DEATH DEATHAU8TIX DEATHAtJ8TIN DEATHAt
AU8TIX At STIN Teri Tex April 2S zWordwM zWordwMJtwe 2Word Wordwas Wordwaseoived zsas zsastweeived
tweeived eoived here last night of a duel ie ied todemth e euat
d demth ath that was fought on Kellys ranchnear ranch ranchnear rDCItr
near r Beaver lake yesterday between betweenEomett betweatt betweenEmmett
Emmett tt Newman and lid R M Gatttnv GtJta GtJtatwo Gatitatwo
two of the richest rlcbe t EtocXea stoc stackt ea In that thatsection tbtIIee tbatsection
section IIee OII of Texas Xewman u used ed d a side sideand rMeand rlhlid
and lid Oatltn a six shooter 4 s cowboy cowboywltneeeed eewJ eewborwitnessed oy oywlteslI8c1
wltneeeed the dual Newman vas shot shotthrough shotthrough bottIInNgk
through the head aDd fell f U dea4Lfrosi dead efwI from bAs htehorse bAshon hishorse
horse OatBn OtLUIawu was fchot hot three tfanes tfanesthrouch tkaMthroatm titresthrough
through the body and died last ntsht nl ntshtTENNESSEEANS ht htTENNESSEEANS
TENNESSEEANS TO ELECT ELECTA EL CT CTA
A meeting of the Tennessee T Associa Association AHodadoe Asodadon ¬
doe wilt be held in the old ld MaaaaicTemple Masonic MasonicTemple JIiasonieTemple
Temple tomorrow evening g for the theirposc tberrpoee thepurpoae
rrpoee purpoae irposc of electing of officers Seers for or the new newformed DeWY
ly Y formed organization New members memberswill memberswiD memberswill
will be enrolled and the constitution and andbylaws aDdbylaws andbylaws
bylaws win be adopted Prominent
Tennesseeans TenDe eeD have baebeen been invite dte ad address addre address ¬
dress dre the members m bers of the elety and andcitlsens andcltlsens andcitizens
citizens of the State are invited in rlted to at attend atteD4L attend ¬
tend
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Pip THE BUSY CORNER CORNERWHITE CORNERWHITh
WHITE GOODS GOODSVery po1i po1iVerb
Very goodstriped and plaiddimities plaiddimitiesregular plaid dimities dimitiesregular
regular 19c and 25c qualities
12 Icyp 1 c yd I
CHECKED PAJAMA NAINSOOK 15c 15cquality 15cI 15cquality
quality 36 inches iocl es wide Special I a 1f 1fyard = A ALISBURv
yard lUC lUCLISBURs 1 Oc OcLISBURN
LISBURs SUITING bleached vJ4 inches incheswide incheswidelinen incheswide
wide widelinen linen finished 40 pieces only Un Ql Qltil 91 flutil i
til sold tomorrow a yard yardLINGERIE 72C 72CLINGERIE 2C 2CLINGERIE
LINGERIE BATISTE fine grade erade ode highly highlymercerized highlynYrceri2ed highly
mercerized 40 W inches wide a regular 25ccolas 25c A Avalue
value Special a yard 14 lzC lzCFAIR i C CFAIR CFAIR
FAIR FLAX BATISTE sheer and a asuperior asuperior asuperior
superior quality 32 inches wide regu = 1 ol ollarly 1 1arty
larly 20c a yarc yard Special at regu121 regu121larly J 12C 12CIMPORTED 2C 2CIMPORTED 2CIMPORTED
IMPORTED POPLIN mercerized and anda
a very fine grade Only a limited quan quantity f A Atity
tity Worth 29c a yard yu < l Special 19 17C cl
LINEN SUITINGS 34 in wide in jwtural Ji jwt iatural t tural
ural color suitable for making tailored tailoredsuits tailoreds tailoredsuits
suits or separate rate skirts 25c s value valueSpecial j
s L d 16cr 16crLINEN
Special i yard 1 UC UCLINEN C CLINEN
LINEN SUITINGS 36 in wide in inshsJfs inSI inshiof
shsJfs SI shiof of gray reseda canard wistarianGhhai wistaria wistarianatural wistarian
natural n tfjr l lavender and champagne 75c 75cgradir 75cgrads 5c
grads gra < h = at a yard yardLINEN 55 C CLINEN CLINEN
LINEN TUSSAH SUITINGS in cream creampink creampink creampink
pink Coffee gray navy reseda rese a champagne champagnesteel champagnesteel
steel natural and light cadet blue SOir 50 A
in J wide and worth 1 a yard for 79 i 7C 7CPONGEE C CPONGEE CPONGEE
PONGEE LINEN in plain colors of rose roselavender roselavender roselavender
lavender black white pink tan also striped stripedand stripeda stripedaid
and a d checked Lnens some m in basket basketweave basketweave
weave worth 39c yard Choice at 25 C <
EMBROIDERED BATISTE4 BAT BATISTE ISTE including includingandings includinglandings
landings and edgings in Irish effects and andwidths andwidths andwidths
widths varying from 6 to 18 inches some some dou double d9uble double ¬
ble edgings included also 27in Swiss Swissings fkxsoc fkxsocings flounings
ings in beautiful designs worth up to tOr toS2 r J
S2 2 a yard Choice tomorrow at 75 I DC DCSWISS CALLSILK C CALLSILK
ALLSILK NETS 45 inches wide in indott indotted
dott dotted and figured effects black white whitenaV whitenavv
naV navv and broi browE Regular 100 and
i 12 25 gr grades lhoite hoke yd tomorrow 69 C CSVISS
SWISS AND NAINSOOK ALLOVER ALLOVEREMBROIDERIES ALLOVEREMBROIDERIES ALLOVEREMBROIDERIES
EMBROIDERIES 22 in wide in baby babyshowy babyshowy babyshowy
showy and conventional designs designsworth C A Aworth
worth 75c and 1 a yard Choice at DilC DilCFirst 50 C CFirst CFirst
First Floor FloorS S Kann Sons Co Coc CoNp
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NEGROES NEGR EGMBJUEHIL EGMBJUEHILMany ES ARE DRIVEN DRIVENFROM
FROM TEXAS TOWN TOWNA TOWNMany i I IMany
A
Many Injured In Race Riot RiotThat RiotThat RiotThat
That Rages Twenty Twentyfour Twentyfour Twentyfour
four Hours HoursCOLBaN HoursCOLmF HoursCOLBMA
COLBaN COLmF Tex Te April 3fc soa One white whiteman whiteman whiterasa
man dabdioved te beUered to be dying and twelve twelvenegroes 1welnace twelvenegrees
negroes are seriously r injured In jan as the e re resalt resalt
salt It of race riots rI t that waged for twen twentyfour twenttour twentyfour ¬
tyfour boors early today subsided subsidedafter subsidedafter ed
after tter the 3M men women a and d ohfidrea ohfidreaof sls dren drenof
of Cotomans negro Quarter had been beenlven
driven ive lven 1 from town The nit Mgroee save savefor Barefor Te Tetor
for a few individuate made JDa 8 no resist resistance rsistance t tD4
> ance and D4 to this thI teattributed ttrlbated the t e com comparatively OOIrparadvety eoniparadfvely ¬
paratively snail n number of eCe sfomsldes sfomsldesT casualties casualtiesTne
Tne T > me e trouble started with wU a ftgnt be between between ¬
tween a neoftfel 1IIId ad and lid two white bite boys boysArnwd boyaADJwd boysArmed
Armed wSpF Slum and missiles the thewhites thWhites t e ewhites
whites Whites gathered yesterday y aterdy afternoon afternoonabout afternoonabout temoonout
about out the section aeetiongrea given over to the nE ncmere nEgroes negroeei
groes and Del began the attack Within a ale afew
le few minutes mutes the crowd bad increased t te tmere
mere e than 1 IOIQ < W Bvery negro found foundwas foundwas foundwasbeaten
was wasbeaten b beaten ten and the cabins of tie black blackwere bacltwere blackwefe
were wrecked with brickbats b cItbats SB and data dataThe dublThe dubsThe
The mob paid no heed to Mayor J 7Ori Miller SCiiVeror er
or the marshals who were outnumbered ouumnibereda oataaMberedhundred
a hundred to one oneBvery oneEvery oneEvery
Every negro was ordered to leave leavetown leavetown leavetown
town Immediately
LONGCLOTH sunbleached high grade gradeL
12 yards to a piece p Ee and only 100 100pieca pieces in the theFIGURED thelot thelot
lot 36 inches wide A Apiece piece sells
regularly at x50 250 Special a piece t tFIGUREp a 1 lry lryregularly 75 e eFIGURED
FIGURED SHIRTING MADRAS as assorted assorted assorted ¬
sorted styles sold regularly at I5c 15 < a yard t1 n nSpecial
Special ayarda a yard tomorrow 1 i iGlC iGlCENGLISH UC UCENGLISH 0 C CENGLISH
ENGLISH NAINSOOK silk finished 36 36inches 36inches 36inches
inches wide 10 yards in ut a piece Of Ofa Ofa
a very fine r quality i 175 regularly i iej1
Special I a piece pieceALLLINEN pieceALLLINEN = ej1 1291 G 7
ALLLINEN W WAISTING 36 inches wide widemedium widemedium widemedium
medium weight and a positive 40c qual OQ fl
ity Special a yard yardFirst j 29 eC eCFirst C CFirst
First AoorVhite Floor White Goods
Offerings of unusual merit in inHave u uColored inColored
Colored linen suitings suitingsand
and other wash goods goodsHave
Have you your linen tailored suit it ready I Its ts time the material was being bought and put into intothe intothe
the hands of a dressmaker Tomorrow we specialize Li Lire Suitings because there is such a vogue voguefor voguefor voguefor
for them and it is is our purpose purr > always to offer seasonable bIe merchandise at lowest prices
SATINSTRIPED ZEPHYR in light lightblue lightblue lightblue
blue pink and other dainty colors for formaking O A Amaking
making dainty frocks froc Special yard 29 L7C L7CWASH tC tCWASH C CWASH
WASH SILKS in plain or dotted effects effectssome effectssome effectssome
some in foulard patterns all colors for forstreet C Cstreet
street or evening wear Special yard yardPERCALES 25 JC JCPERCALES C CPE
PERCALES PE RCALES lighf and dark grounds groundswith groundswith groundswith
with dots dotsfigures figures and stripesalso stripes also plain Q7 Q7colors 7 7colors
colors Special Tuesday Tuesd y yard 97 97colors 7 l8CSWISS ISC ISCSVISS 8C 8CSWISS
SWISS APPLIQOE and Embroidered EmbroideredMulls Embroidered1vlulls Embroidereddulls
Mulls in dots checks plaids and andfoulard andfoulard andfoulard
foulard designs worth 19c and 25c 25ca i + i it
a yard Choice 1 1Prst 121 121a 2C 2CFrst
Prst t l5t FloorS Floor S Kann Sons Co
Laces and andI i j jenlbroideries
I embroideries enlbroideriesThese
These are surely big snaps snapsYoull
I Youll pay more than tomorrows rows pries pfices and not receive as good Laces L ces and Embroideries Embr ries at atother atother atother
other stores any time These are surely tfsnaps snaps in every meaning of the word o d
EMBROIDERIES EMBROID EMBROIDERIESChoiee RIESChoice Choke of sviscarrk swisscan swisscantenas SW >
Uric or nai nairmook i in t the e most beautiful 1cam pat patteI1iJb pateras
tenas eras ever everstgwnmatch shown shQ match ma ch sets worth wrth39c 39c 39caflcLSOc C Carjd
aflcLSOc aAd 50c yd d Sale price tomorrow tomorrowBLACK 25 eC eCBLACK C CBLACK
BLACK ALLOVER EMBROIDERIES EMBROIDERIESThese EMBROIDERIESThese
These These are Silk Japanese Embroidered All AllOvers AllOvers AltOvers
Overs 20 in wide 8 different patterns patternsworth patternst patternswwth
worth 5100 100 to 150 a a yd Choice fjr fjrtomorrow
tomorrow at t I 75c 75cTORCHON 75CTORCHON I DC DCTORCHON
TORCHON LACES LACESEdgings Edgings and in insertings insertings inertings
sertings included widths 1 to 5 in and andC andCWath c cworth
worth double Choice a yard DC DCBATISTE 5 tic ticBATISTE C CBATISjfE
BATISTE EMBROIDERIES including includingedgier
edgier edging edgi insertings and bandings bardin some in Irish Irisnpoint Irisipotnt Irishpant
point ejects effects ects 100 different patterns patternsworth A f fvorth
vorth up tip19 to S125 5125 125 a yard Choice at atk 4 49 C

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