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4 THE VAMilJSblUx V A HLl11UN 11 lA1 tx u l TIMES 1 FRIDAY 3IAY 31 Y 20 0 1910
General Keifer Opens Cam Campaign Campaign Campaign ¬
paign for Neutralization Neutralizationof
of f Panama Waterway WaterwaySCHEME WaterwaySCHEME WaterwaySCHEME
Ohioan Declares D larc Difficulties of ofFortification ofFortification ofFortification
Fortification Will Make Big BigDitch BigDitch BigDitch
Ditch Source of Weakness WeaknessIt Weakn ss ssIt
It begins to look as if the th question questionof qU Uon Uonof
of defending the Panama Pat trna canal would wouldgive wouldgive ould ouldshe
give about as much trouble to Con Congress Congre5a CongIt ¬
gress gIt ae the construction of the water waterway waterway waterway ¬
way Itself ItselfThe I itseirThe elr elrTbe
The recent submission of estimates to toCongress toContre811 toCongress
Congress on the amount of money re required rcQulrcd requlred ¬
quired for the fortification of the canal canalsomething can canalsomething at atsomething
something over 14008000 006000 and the in insistence Inf Inistence ¬
sistence f > of President Taft that the canal canalbe canalbe canale
be e fortified have led to no little dis discussion dscuselon dtscuselon ¬
cuselon on this question questionRepresentative questionRepresentative questionRepresentative
Representative J Warren Keifer of ofOhio oCOhio ofOhio
Ohio made a speech in the House thisweek this thisweek thisweek
week in which he urged that the canal canalbe canalbe canalbe
be neutralized That is he urged the theadoption theadoption theadoption
adoption of a a resolution reSolution requesting the thePresident thePreo thePresident
President Preo ldent to negotiate a treaty with the theprincipal LbeprlnelpILl theprincipal
principal powers p wers of the world guaran guaranteeing guaranteeing guaranteeing ¬
teeing the protection preservation pre ervaUon and andsafety andsaretr andsafety
safety of tbe canal and the approaches approachesthereto approachestheceto approachesthereto
thereto in time of war and peace peaceFortification ptMlceFortification peaceFortification
Fortification Argument ArgumentTnls
This is not a new question Lately Latelyhowever Latelyhowever Latelyhowever
however it has appeared that theirieads the thefriends th thlrieDds
friends of fortification were getting theadvantage the theadvantage theadvantage
advantage They The have made use of the theargument thearJument theargument
argument that if the canal were not notfortified notort16ed notfortified
fortified there would be b no protection protectionfor
for a fleet at the entrances entran C6 of the canal canaland canaland canaland
and that a hostile fleet might stand oft ofteither ofteitber ofteither
either entrance and sink the warships warshipsof war hlpt hlptor
of another fleet t as Ii they filed through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the waterway one by one oneGeneral oncGeneral oneGeneral
General Keifer however presented the thedifficulties theditfteultlel thedifficulties
difficulties of fortification forU caUon and urged urgedneutralisation urJedneutralization urgedneutralisation
neutralisation He declared that if half halfthe halfthe halfthe
the army of the United States and half halfthe haltthe halfthe
the battleships and cruisers and war warvessels wareseela warvessels
vessels were put p t on the line of the thecanal thecaB1 thecanal
canal and at the entrances in time of ofwar atwar ofwar
war they could not keep the canal canalopen canalopen canalopen
open twentyfew t went ou hours hoursGeneral hoursGentral hoursGeneral
General heifer dwelt on the unhealth unheaithfulsess unhealthfulneas unhe lth lthfulfteM
fulneas of the canal region and the dif difficulty dtrflculty difIlculty ¬
ficulty of maintaining maintaln ng a force forc there thereto thereto thereto
to man the fortifications UnIesl Unless Unl the thecanal thecan1 thecanal
canal Is neutralized General Keifer Keifersaid Keifersaki heifersaid
said a single hostile ho Ule vessel ve sel on either eitherend eitherend eitherend
end would ould Blockade the canal against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the commerce of the world worldOpen worldOpen worldOpen
Open to Sudden Attack AttackMore Attackrore Attackgore
More than this th General Keifer point pointed pointed pointed ¬
ed out the danger to the canal unless unlessneutralized unlessneutralized unlessneutralized
neutralized in I case of a sudden attack attackby aUackby attackby
by a hostile ho lile nation on unexpected out outbreak outbreak outbreak ¬
break of war warMr warMr warMr
Mr Tawney said the plans of the theWar tbeYar theWar
War Yar Department rtJIHIJnt contemplate fortifica forthcatlons fortifications fort1ftcatlOM ¬
tions which bleh will 11l enable a fleet eet to pass passthrough paMth passthrough
through th h th the canal and form in line of ofbattle oCbatUe ofbattle
battle outside the range of any gun on ona ona ona
a ship within the range of the guns gunsof gunsot gunsof
of the fortifications fortificationsTo
To this Mr fro Fitzgerald replied and Mr MrTawney MrTawny Ir IrTawney
Tawney did not disagree dl ee that the lay of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the land on the Atlantic aide made this thisImpossible thbJImpo thisimpassible
Impossible ImpossibleGeneral Impo impassibleGeneral lhle lhleGeneral
General Keifer maintained malntaln d that if thiscountry this thiscountry thiscountry
country is to be b put in the position po ition of ofhaving oChating ofhaving
having to defend the canal in case of ofwar orwar ofwar
war it will 111 be a source of weakness we knetl8 He Hepointed Hepointed Hepointed
pointed nut that this country has thelongest the theworld theonffe
longest onffe t coa coast t line at any nation in the thewould Q Qworld
world In war oar time a fleet would have haveto haeto hateto
to be maintained at either end and an anarmy anarm anarmy
army arm sufficiently large to protect it itagainst Itagainst itagainst
against all comers Thus he said apowerful a apowerful apowerful
powerful naval and military force would wouldbe wouMbe woundbe
be kept watching the canal c nal while needed neededels neededelMwbere neededelsewhere
els elsewhere elMwbereWANT elsewhereWANT 1 1WANT
TO OWN GAS PLANT PLANTNortheastern PLANTNortheastern PLANTNortheastern
Northeastern Suburban Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation
Association Advocates Such Sucha
a Step StepMunicipal StepMunicipal StepMunicipal
Municipal ownership of the gas com company company company ¬
pany Is advocated by members of the theNortheastern theorUloa theNortheastern
Northeastern orUloa tem Suburban Citizens Asso Association Association Associatlon ¬
ciation ciationAt
At t a meting In Langdon Hall last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night the company was arraigned on onthe onthe onthe
the charge of engaging en qlnp In exorbitant exorbitantpractices exorbitantpracticeH exorbitantpractices
practices and demanding excessive excessiveXt excessiveratts excessiverates
Xt rates rattsA 6 6A
A resolution from the Takoma Park ParkCitizens ParkCltlzcnfl ParkCitizens
Citizens Association asking for co cooperation cooperation cooperation ¬
operation in its tight t against the gas gascompany gascompany as ascontJHIny
company was wa referred to the committee committeeon
on streets and gas with power to act actThe actThe actThe
The association has received from the theEnginwr th thEngin theEngineer
Engineer Engin < er Department assurances that thatimprovements that1nmrovmfnt thatimprovements
improvements will be made to tin tinstreets tiltstr thestreets
streets str et8 and and sewerage system in Langdon Langdonin Lang on onIn
in the th mar future utur
Census Figures Show Big BigIncrease BigIncrease BigIncrease
Increase In District In InFive InFive InFive
Five YearsManufabturine Years YearsManufacturing YearsanuClbturinJ
Manufacturing anuClbturinJ is on the th increase in inthe Inthe Inthe
I Iuro
the District of Columbia according accordin to tofigures tolhguros
figures uro just made m de public by the Census CensusOffice Con CensusOffice uH uHOnhe
Office The figures show an Increase of offrom atfrom offrom
from 7 to CO per cent lathe In the te various lines linesbetwen linesboten linesbotwen
betwen 19M and 1990 1990Interesting 1001lnterestmg 1910Interesting
Interesting figures cures are those whichshow whichshow which whichshow
show that the increase in the capital in invented Inveasted invested ¬
vented in th the live years referred to was
56 per cent the values of products 4 4per oJper 4per
per cent the value added to products productsby
by manufacture 48 g per cent nt and thenumber the thenumber thenurubor
number of salaried clerks and official otftclal110O
600 uer centThe cent centThe clntThe
The increase tncr se iu cost costoC of materials usedwas used usedwas useelWoiS
was 3 per cent nt in salaries l riu and Del wages wagese wageJ
e J per cent in miscellaneous expenses expensesper expon expenses4i
49 per cent and in the average number numberof
of o wageearners employed omplo ed during durtn the they theyar theyear
y year ar 22 pur cent The he number of o private pri private pnale ¬
vate ale estaoltshments estauU hments In UH 1909 > 9 was 517 asaguinat as asaguinat asasuinat
aguinat fit hi liWf a gain of 35 concerns concernsor
or 7 per cent centInvestments centlnvestroent centInvestments
Investments Increase IncreaseThe IncreasThe IncreaseThe
The capital invested In 190 190amounted ISU ISUamounted 1919amounted
amounted to 30971000 a gain of S3 S3per Uper 53per
per cent over 1904 when the amount amountwas amountwas lmountwas
was 20200000 A considerable pro proportion proportion proportion ¬
portion of this thl increase incl cac is to be attributed at attributed attrIbuted ¬
tributed it its h said to several concerns concernsrecently concernsrecently concernsrecently
recently established The average averagecapital averagecapital averagecapital
capital invested in each establishment establishmentin
in 1809 was about 60090 a gain of 43per 43 43per 43per
per cent over ov r the average of o about aboutUOOO
42000 for 1S04 1S04The 190 190lhe 1904The
The value of products in 10W lOi was was2t3lO000 wasV10oo was3iiO40O00
2t3lO000 V10oo as compared with 18350 l8 l8eo 18x30Ye0
060 eo in 1904 n04ln an increase in 1909 1909amounting 1509amounting 1909amounting
amounting to 42 4 per cent It should shouldbe
be borne in mind that the product of ofany ofany ofany
any establishment from the census censusstandpoint consulstandpotnt censusstandpoint
standpoint is the finished produot as asprepared a8prcpareel asprepared
prepared for sale The value added addedby add addedby eel eelby
by manufacture in 1909 obtained by bydeducting b bdeducting bydeducting
deducting the cost of materials from fromtho tromthe fromthe
the value ot the products was 16773
108 09 as compared with 16627690 for torHt04
1304 a noteworthy increase of 48 percent per percent percent
cent for 1S 119 119Increase 1919Increase 9 9Increase
Increase in Labor LaborThe LaborThe LaborThe
The smallest increase in If09 with witha
a tingle exception is to be observed observedIn ob ervod ervodIn
In n the cost of materials used which whichamounted whichamou whichamounted
amounted amou t to li267H as 8 against = gain t
7732060 for 1964 1 > > 04 an advance of 33 33per nper 73per
per cent It appears in the summary summarythat summarythat summarythat
that there was in 1868 ltO an increase increaseamounting Increeamounting increaseamounting
amounting to 66 I per cent in the num number number number ¬
ber of salaried officials and clerks clerksthere clerkthere clerksthere
there being 1689 16t in 1969 as against 8ga1n t
1066 in 1904 There was as only a 8 22 per percent percent percent
cent increase in the average number
7707 of wageearners employed dur during durIng during ¬ I
ing 1369 1 iii as compared with 6299 i 9 in inlIt04
1904In 1904 1904In I IIn
In 1969 the salaries and wages wagesamounted wagesamounted wagesamounted
amounted to 6822666 as compared comparedwith comptlredwith comparedwith
with 486S066 in 1964 an increase of
42 4 per cent for the combined classes classesin clas es esIn
in 1969 Considered separately thesalaried the thesalaried I Isalarted
salaried officials and clerks in 1969 re received received received ¬
ceived 1894000 as 8 compared with withSl207iiOO withSl07I withl
Sl207iiOO Sl07I l 7c QO in lM an increase of a aper ii iiper dper <
per cent over 1964 The wageearners wageearnersreceived wageearnersreceived wageearnersreceived
received 4989606 in 1969 and 8668
660 In 1904 an increase of 36 per cent centWESTINGHOUSE centWESTINGHOUSE centWESTINGHOUSE
PITTSBURG May 2OAftcr 30 After working workingmany workingman workingmany
many man months on n the idea George West Weetinchouse Westinghouse Yeet YeetJnJoouse
inchouse inventor of the airbrake has haspatented haipatented hatpatented
patented an air spring which he sayswill says sayswill MYwill
will ultimately reduce the price of auto automobiles aut9mobiles automobiles ¬
mobiles one half halfThe hAlfThe halfThe
The new air spring is a series of ofplungers otplungers ofplungers
plungers working orkln on air cushions on onthe onthe onthe
the same principle as an elevator elevatorplunder elevatorpl elevatorplbn3er
plunder plbn3erThe plunderThe pl n3er n3erThe
The air spring cylinders are placedunder placed placedunder placedunder
under each corner of the automobile automobilebody aUlomobUbofl automobilebody >
body bofl and take the shock with greater greaterease greatercase greaterease
ease than do the rubber tires tiresIt tlrcsIt tiresIt
It Is assorted that automobiles withthe with withtbe withthe
the air springs ride more easily easll than do dothe dothe dothe
the rubbertired vehicles vehiclesAN vehlcleeAN vehiclesAN
Burning feet quickly relieved bv bath bathing bathlng bathing ¬
ing with a medium solution of John Johnsons John8Ons Johnsons ¬
sons Foot Soap In warm water Its Itsdoily It1Idan Itsdaily
doily dan use means absolute freedom from fromall tromall fromall
all foot troubles and costs a trifle alarge a alarge aJ
large J rge cake for 25c c with your moneyback money moneyback mont montback
back if not perfectly rfect1y satisfied For salelocally sale salelocally salelocan
locally locan b by y Henry Evans T E Ogram OgramODonnelrs OgramODonneUs OgramODonnells
ODonnelrs Drug Store Goldenbergs GoldenbergsLansburgh GoldenbergsLansbursh s sLansburgh
Lansburgh Bro S Kann Sons Co CoPalais CoPalAls CoPalais
Palais Royal Ro al A Lisner and other drug drugdepartment drugdepartment drugdepartment
department and shoe stores Wilbur lIbur A ALWelch AWelch AVelch
Welch Sole Distributer 905 Flatiron FlatlronBuilding IlaUronBuikllng FlatironBuilding
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Saturday Market Specials SpecialsArmours
Armours Star Bacon aeon NOI No 1 ciassjars Glass Jars 22c 22cSirloin 22cSirloin c cSirloin
Sirloin Steak lb 18c 18cBoston 1 8e 8eBoston 8cBoston
Boston Steak all lean meat lb 25cNewport 25c 25cNewport 25cNewport
Newport Rib Roast boneless and fatless lb 20c 20cSpring 20cSpring 20cSpring
Spring Lamb Hindquarters lb 18c 18cSpring l8cSpring 18cSpring
Spring Lamb Forequarters lb 12Vsc 12VscPork 121jzcPork 12I2cPork
Pork Chops Shoulder r Ib nlb r 18cRoast 18c 18cRoast
Roast of Pork lb I m 20c 20cFresh 20cFresh 20c14c
Fresh Shoulders small lb lbBaking 14c 14cBaking 14cBaking
Baking Chickens home dressed Ib 22c 22cStewing 22cStewing 22cStewing
Stewing Chicken home dressed lb v 0 20c 20c93O
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ABOVE ABOVE22000000 ABOVE22000000Atlantic 22OOOOOO 22OOOOOOAtlantic
Atlantic Coast Cities FightStevens Fight FightStevens FightS
Stevens S vens Bill So As to toRetain toRetain toRetain
Retain the Trade TradeTrade TradeTrade TradeTrade
Trade between the United States and andthe andthe andthe
the Republic Ropul c of Panama will exceed exceedJ52000000 exCaMOOOOOO
J52000000 OOOOOO during d ring the fiscal year which whichends whichends whichends
ends next month according to a state statement statement > > late latement ¬
ment just issued by b the Department of ofCommerce oCCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor LaborAbout LaborAbout LaborAbout
About ninetenths of this total is mer merchandise merchandise merchandise ¬
chandise exported to Panama and about aboutonetenth aboutonetenth aboutonetenth
onetenth Is merchandise e imported into intothis Intothis Intothis
this country country from the new republic republicThese republicThese republicThese
These figures do not show the grand grandtotal SrAndtotal grandtotal
total of the business done by this tb coun country country country ¬
try with Its I sister republic inasmuch inasmuchas
as much of the business a is 1 carried to toPanama toPanama toPanama
Panama in Government vessels for use useon useon useon
on the canal construction constructionThe
The trade with Panama has steadily steadilygrown ste steadilygrown dlly dllygro1ln
grown and the figures on both exportsand exports exportsand exportJIl
and imports for tl current year exceed exceedthose exceedthose exceedthose
those of any other year Six years ago agoaccording altoaccording agoaccording
according to the department records recordsthe recordsthe recordsthe
the imports from Panama were valued valuedat
at only anI 416747 341047It 416747It 4174iIt
It is this business now developed to tovery tovery tovory
very profitable proportions that the thecoast thecoast thecoast
coast cities of Baltimore Philadelphia Philadelphiaand
and Boston Bo ton are trying to keep keepThe keepThe keepThe
The Stephens bill now pending be before before before ¬
fore Congress provides that supplies suppliesfor
for the Panama canal shall be shipped
in American bottoms Shipping Interests Interestsalong IntereetsalonS interestsalong
along the coast declare that this will willgive willgive m mgive
give the Governmentowned line out of
New York a monopoly of the business businessand bustnNaand businessand
and take it away from the other Atlan ¬
tic trade centers centersBEVERIDGE centersBEVERIDGE centersBEVERIDGE
Says It Is the Finest Collection of ofWritings ofWritings ofWritings
Writings the World Yet YetHas YetHas YetHas
Has Read ReadThe ReadThe ReadThe
The Bible as a matter of good read reading rC4ldIng reading ¬
ing and enchanting literature has never neverbeen ntWerbeen neverbeen I
been approached according to Senator SenatorBeveridge SenatorBeveridge SenatorBeverdge
Beveridge who spoke to 30 members membersand membersand membersand
and guests of the Mens Temple Club Clublast ClubJut Clublast
last night Senator Beveridge Beverid e was the theprincipal tbeprlncioal theprincipal
principal speaker at the ladies night nlfditmeeting nightmeoting nightmeeting
meeting the final session of the club clubthis clubthis clubthis
this spring sprinMr springMr
3 Mr > Ir Beveridge stated that while th thFrench tbFrench the theFrench
French are regarded r as masters of th thshort thshort the theshort
short story their efforts are crude com compared compared compared ¬
pared with some of the old Biblical Biblicalauthors Biblicalauthors Biblicalauthors
authors He quoted lines from the Bible Blblto Rlblto Bibleto
to show their beauty and tenderness tendernessand
and said the Bible is the finest collection collectionof
of writings the world yet has read readAmong readAmon readAmong
Among Amon those who bo entertained with Ith vo vocal vocal vocal ¬
cal and Dd instrumental solos were Miss MissMarguerite XlssIarJruerite MissMarguerite
Marguerite Kaufman MiN Juanita JuanitaKaufman JuanitaKaufman JuanittKaufman
Kaufman Mrs In J I Harry Cunningham CunninghamMrs CunnlftChamIrs
Mrs Irs Blanche Muir Dalgleish DaI lelsh Prot An Anton Anton Anton ¬
ton Kaspar and nd Max Kahn KalmLAISE KahnLAISE KahnLAISE
The commencement exercises of La LaPhillips LalliI LalliIPhillips LaisoPhillips <
Phillips which have ha ben going SOIR < < on for fora
a week will close today todt < y with ith the cere ceremonies cermonies < err errmonies ¬
monies to be held at 439 4 oclock In the theNew threw theNew
New ew Willard Eight young > n women omen ot otthis orthis 01thl
this thl occasion will be presented p nted with withdiplomas withdiplomas itb itbdiplomas
diplomas The graduates are areEunice areEuni areEunice
Eunice Euni < e D Hutchinson Hutchln on North Caro Carolina CaroUna Carolina ¬
lina Florence B Kenned Kennedy Ohio Ida T TServen TServen TServen
Serven District Dlstrl < t of Columbia Eva K KSteele KSteele KSteele
Steele Virginia Ellen M Stewart StewartWashington Ste1artVashlruton StewartWashington
Washington Jessie Lee Zimmerman ZimmermanPennsylvania Zmm ZimmermanPennsylvania rman rmanPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Charlotte Miller ll1er Ohio Ohioand Ohlfland Ohi Ohiand
and Frances E Seibing Irdiana IrdianaA
A program of unusual 1Inu ual rareness s has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been arranged for > r the exerch t exercises > t11 s at the theWlllard th8Vill theWillard
Wlllard Vill ard The Th presentation rr ntatlo1 of r f diplomas diplomaswill diplomaswill diplomaswill
will be made by Mrs M Phfllpe
American Counsel and Wit Witnesses Witnessesin Witnessesin ¬
nesses nessesin in Fisheries Case CaseSail CaseSail CaseSail
Sail on Saturday SaturdayThe
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The array 0 of < special lat counsel ooa assist assistants assistants ¬
ants secretaries and expert witness witnesswho wltnessezwho 1tD4liMKwho
who are to appear before the interna interntationai international IntEtrnatlonal ¬
tional arbitration tribunal at The Hagu Hagvin HaguIn
in the th Newfoundland fisheries erle case have havcompleted havecompleted havecompleted
completed preparations J for r r their sailing sailingon 2Jm l lan
an the Lapland for Amsterdam on Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday They will proceed procef > d immediately immediatelyto l mediatelyto
to The Haxue where the court con convenes CQIlenes convenes ¬
venes enes on June 1 1The 1The 1 1The
The American delegation is I headed by bySenator bySenator
Senator Root as chief counsel cou and andChandler andChandler andChandler
Chandler Anderson who prepared the thecase Utecaae thecase
case of the United States Other counselors coun counselors CQuneIonJ ¬
selors > > are Georee I Turner of Sjx Spok Spokne SpokneSamuel > kane kaneSamuel ne neSamuel
Samuel J Klder Ider of Boston James Jam B BScott BScott BScott
Scott solicitor of a the State Department DepartmentCharles DepartmentCharl
Charles Charl B Warr Warren n of Detroit and Rob Robert Robert Robert ¬
ert ert Lansing of Watertown Judge JudgeGray Jud JudgeGray e eGray
Gray of Delaware will act as one of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the judges of the tribunal tribunalThe tribunalThe tribunalThe
The counsel for Great Britain con consists cons conslats ¬
slats s of the most distinguished dlUnul hed international interna international intematJonal ¬
tional lawyers from England Canada Canadaa Canadaand Canadaand
a and d Newfoundland There are threefrom three threefrom threefrom
from each country and among amon them th arc arrthe arcthe lf lfthe
the attorney general and former attor attorney attOney attorney ¬
ney general of EnglandThe England EnglandThe FnglandThe
The case which hick w iJ the first to toheam be beheard beheard
heard under the general eDeral treaties of ar arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
bitration negotiated by Secretary Secr tary Root Rootunder Rootunder Rootunder
under the recommendation r of the last lastHague JutH lastHague
Hague H < < Ie convention is one of the most mostimportant mo mostimportant t timportant
important arbitrations undertaken by bythe bythe bythe
the United States StatesIt StateIt
It Involves the entire flhtiwr industry industryof Industrf
of f the North Atlantic represent mil millions milIlona mulions ¬
lions of dollars annually annuallyThe annuallyTbe annuallyThe
The right of the Americans to take takeifeh takefth takefish
fish along aln th the Newfoundland and North NorthAtlantic Northatlantic orth orthtlanUc
Atlantic coast equal with that of the thecitizens theclUz thecitizens
clUz citizens JUI oC o Newfoundland N and Canada Canadawas Canadawas Canadawas
was affirm affirmed by the th treaty of ISIS but butrecently butr butrecently
recently r nt1y the government has undertaken undertakento
to restrict relt t that right by imposing i ng cer certain certaln certain ¬
tain regulation lationlC on she he fishermen with without without without ¬
out the consent of the United States Stateswith Stateswith
with 1th the obvious purpose of forcing forcingAmericans forcingA forcingAmericans
Americans A n to buy their bait from New Newfoundland NewfoundlaDd Newfoundland ¬
foundland foundlandBOYS foundlaDdBOYS foundlandBOYS
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allaround kilted pleated side sidepanels sidepanels sidepanels
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Dr Samuel is is willing to fit these glasses and guarantee genies permanent satisfaction satisfactionhut
y let hut whenan when an appointment is is made for a fitting f it is is theC necessary that visitors be bepunctual beptlJ1tual bepuntual
punctual Justice to Dr Samuel and his other visitors should make punctuality the thepractice tbepractice
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Saturday May 21 between the hours of 830 a m and 6 p md m
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to sioo 100 Bought at a greatly reduced price and offered offeredat
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with Ocean pearl buttons lie for to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
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vest with no sleeves and umbrellapants umbrellapants umbrella umbrellapants
pants with lace trimming
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save SO 5 S00 tomorrow tomorrowSash tomorrowSash tomorrowSash
Sash Ribbon 39c 39c50c 39c50c 39c50c
50c Other Days DaysSatin DaysSatin DaysSatin
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blue and white Extra Ext1 good 8 Otl value vtaeat YIeIeat valueat
at SOc yard
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U 1a rare bargain at 79c 79cDrawers 79cDrawers
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f Veil Velf shaped well made finished with ruffle They cost 100 i0odozen 100dozen
dozen at wholesale 10C pair for tomorrow only onlyThe
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