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TWENTY MILLIONS MILLIONSIN I IIN
IN BUILDINGS BILL BILLOmnibus BILLOmnibus
Omnibus Measure Will Qill Con Contain Contain Contain ¬
tain Appropriation for forPostoffice fori
i t Postoffice PostofficeGEOLOGICAL PostofficeGEOLOGICAL Poste f fice ficeGEOLOGICAL
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY SURVEYMAY SURVEYMAY SURVEYMAY
MAY GET NEW HOME HOMECommittee HOMECommittee HOMECommittee
Committee Trims Pork Barrel to toOnesixth toOnesixth toOnesixth
Onesixth of Amount Asked Askedfor Askedfor sked skedfor
for By Members MembersAn
An omnibus public buildings bill car carrying carryin carrying ¬
rying ryin a a total of approximately 20000 330000o00 2i > OJO
000 and including an item authorizing authorizingthe authorIzlnthe
the beginning of the work orlt on the new newWashington newVashlngton nowWashington
Washington postofflce Is to be reported reportedfrom reportedtrm reportedfrom
from the House Committee on Public PublicBuIldings PublicBuildings j
Buildings and Grounds before the end endof endor endof
of the session A new home for the theGeological theGeological theGeological
Geological Survey Survey also may be authorized author author1izcd authorbcd
bcd izcdThere bcdThere
izedThere
There has been considered con ldered by b the com committee commJ commitoe ¬
mittee mJ tce bills calling for buildings and andsites andsites 1 1sites
sites in practically every Congressional Congressionaldistrict Con Congressionaldistrict rcssional rcssionaldistrIct
district in the country countr the total totalamount totalamountasktd amount amountasked amountasked
asked for by ambitious Representatives Representativesbeing Representativesbeing I Ibeing
being more than 125000000 l OOOOOO With a bill billcarrying billcarrying
carrying less than onesixth of the theamount theamount theamount
amount asked for it has been found a ahard ahard ahard
hard matter to appease everybody In Inaddition Inaddition Inaddition
addition this is campaign year requiring requir requiring requlrin ¬
ing in more or less pork porkAuthorizes porkAuthorizes porkAuthorizes
Authorizes Sites Only OnlyWhen Only1Vhen
When 1 en the bill is finally finall drawn it is 15urJderstood isunderstood I Iunderstood
understood that it will contain a large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of o appropriations for continuing contlnuln contlnulnimprovements
improvements and for the purchase of ofaltes ofsites ofsites
sites alone The amount allowed for the theWashington theWashlnston theWashington
Washington postofflcc building probably probablywill probablywill
will ill not oxoeod that absolutely ab olutely neces necessary neces8a necessary ¬
8a sary to carry on the work through throu h the thefiscal thescal thefiscal
fiscal scal year 1911 In many districts pur purchase purchase purchase ¬
chase of sites will be authorized authorizedThis authorizedThis authorizedThis
This plan gave the member an oppor ¬
tunity to urge that inasmuch as he got
the site he is the proper person to be bereturned beret bereturned
returned ret rned to the House to obtain later
the building buildingThe bulldln bulldlnThe buildingThe
The committee while it has reached reachedno
no definite decision concerning a new
building bulldln for the Geological Survey Sune issaid Is Issaid Issaid
said to look favorably favorabl upon the plan
to authorize the erection of an inde independent Indepfndent independent ¬
pendent home for this important branch branchof
of the service A site just south of the
State War Val and Navy building has been beenselected beertselected beoftselected
selected for the new building and is now
Government property The Geological
Survey Sun y now occupies a rented building
on F street the annual rental being beln
about 7000 3To00Site moooSite 7000Site
Site Already Purchased PurchasedThe
The new postofflce building which the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee will authorize is to cost In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the neighborhood of 35000000 oooooo and will willbe willbe 1I1 1I1be
be located on the site between be ve < n the theUnion thernion theInion
Union Station and the Government GovernmentPrinting GoernmentPrintln GovernmentPrinting
Printing Println Office It will be a magnifleent magni magnificent magnlfient ¬
ficent structure entirely in harmony harmonywith harmonywith harmonywith
with the imposing design of the Capitol CapitolSenate CapitolSenate CapitolSenate
Senate office building build In and the Union UnionStation Union8taUon UnionStation
Station all in the immediate neighbor neighborhood nellhborhood neighborhood ¬
hood The site upon whlcjh the city citypostofflce citypostoffice citypastofflce
postofflce of the future will stand has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been purchased by b the Government GovernmentIt
It Is figured that the erection of a apostofflce apostottice at
t postofflce within quick access acce s of incom incoming In incoming com comIn ¬
ing In and outgoing trains will in result in inthe Inthe inthe
the saving of nearly an hours time in inthe Inthe inthe
the delivery of 0 every eve piece of mail matter mat matter mattel ¬
ter In addition to containing cont nln the offices officesand omcesand officesand
and equipment of the city postofflce the thebuHding thebuHdlng thebuilding
building also will ill house the mail bag bagrepair ba barealr bagrehafr
repair shop now In rented quarters The Theof Theoflces Theoffices
of offices ices of the Postmaster General and andhis andhis andhis
his assistants will remain in n the building build buildInp ulld ulldin
Inp in at Twelfth street and the Avenue Avenueand Avenueand Avenueand
and a substation of the postofflce will be bemaintained bemaintained bemaintained
maintained there thereThe thrThe thereThe
The definite decision decision of the House Housecommittee HomecommIttee Housecommittee
committee to report an omnibus public publicruildings public1mldlns publictuldings
ruildings bill allays the fears of many manyRepresentatives manytprcscntatheg manyRepresentatives
Representatives whose constituents are areclamoring areclamoring areclamoring
clamoring for home Improvements ImprovementsEIGHTY Improvementl1EIGHTY improvementsEIGHTY
EIGHTY YEARS OLD OLDAND OLDAND OLDAND
AND NEVER IN FIGHT FIGHTOriginal FIGHTOriginal FIGHTOriginal
Original Irishman l shman of Illinois IllinoisTakes IllinoisTakes IllinoisTakes
Takes Part In Reunion of ofOld ofOld ofOld
Old Friends FriendsCHICAGO FriendsCmCAGO FriendsCmC
CmC CHICAGO Go June 3 Frank Kerr who whohas whohas whohas
has retained the title the original Irish Irishman Irishman Irishman ¬
man man of Belleville Ill for forty years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and has never ben en in a fight tI ht celebrated celebratedhis celebratetlhfs
his eightieth birthday with a reunion reunionattended reunionatt reunionattended
attended att > nded by many friends and relatives relativesKorr relativesKorr relativesKorr
Korr is knon known in n Belleville as the theoriginal theori theoriginal
ori original lnal Irishman not because he has hasnever hasneyer hasnever
never been in a fight as might be at atUrst attlrvt
Urst 1 t surmised but because tcause he was as thefrst the thefrst thefirt
frst Irishman to settle in that largely largelyGerman 1aJ1elyHrman largelyGerman
German community back in 1870 1870His 18 1870His O OHis
His originality orl lnaJlt does not extend e tend so o far farthat furthat farthat
that he does not share the love of con conviviality conhI1It conrivlgUty ¬
viviality hI1It for which Erins sons are noted notedwith notedit
> with n it ith the sons of the th > Fatherland FatherlandPASTOR l FatherlandPASTOR therland therlandPASTOR
PASTOR AND FLOCK FLOCKREACH FLOCKREACH FLOCKREACH
REACH AGREEMENT AGREEMENTThat
That any misunderstandings s which whichmay whichrnaj whichmay
may have existed between the minister ministerof
of Xorthmlnster Presbyterian Church ChurchIhe Churchlhe Churchthe
the Rev Re George Geor e P Wilson and his hiscongregation hislongregatlon hiscongregation
congregation have been b cn settled was wasststed wasaU wasstE
aU ststed ted last night at a meeting of the thecongregation thecOJ1lIc thecongregation
congregation congregationThough cOJ1lIc congregationThough atlon atlonIhougb
Though the church members voted votedrecently votedI votedrecently
recently I cently not to accept the thereslnatlon thereslnatlonlaHed resignationhanded resignation resignationliauled
handed in by Mr 11 Wilson they th > y last lastnight lastDht lastnight
night according to a request from him himpassed himJJa himpassed
passed JJa ged a resolution leaving leavln the pastor pastorfroe pastorrff pastorfree
free rff to a t as he chooses in the matter matterof
of resigning resigningWEDDING reslbningWEDDING
WEDDING 17 J9JI G GIFTS GIFTSTxt L LIet
Let us help you ou to settle the per perplexing perplexll1 perplexing ¬
plexing plexll1 question of what to give giveWe gne1e 1e 1ec
We 1e c have hundreds of suitable su tablc gifts giftsin giftsip 1t5
in Sterling St < < rhn Silver Cut Glass etc etcand etcand tr trand
and our prices will 111 be a pleasant pteasantsurprise pl pleasantsurprise asant asanturprls
surprise surpriseSCHBIEDTIE surpriseSCRMEDTIE urprls urprlsSCHltIEDTIE >
SCHBIEDTIE BROS BROS7W
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Save Say 75 per rent n fuel rot n cooking cookn cookneeRCeDtrte cookingCeseentrate
Coneeatrftte tM th h beet at Cook ook four lo article articleoa
oa Mte burner bum r Keep kitchen cool ItogH Rogalar ItogHlar R01Hlar
lar price SlSt 151 119 119At 19 19At
At the closing out sale of ofTHE orTHE ofTime
THE HOUSEWARES STORES S40RES33C
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NEW ASSISTANT SECRETARY ECRETA OF O TREASURY A I
A PIATT ANDREW ANDREWPromoted ANDREWPromoted ANDREWPromoted
Promoted From Position of Director of Mint to Succeed New Secretary Secretaryto
to the President
DIRECTOR OF MINT MINTTO MINTTO
TO TOA SUCCEED NORTON NORTONA
A Piatt Andrew Will Be Become Become Become ¬
come Assistant Secretary Secretaryof
of Treasury Monday MondayA
A Platt Andrew Director of the theMint theMint
Mint 11 nt has been appointed AHi Awfstaat AwfstaatSucretary AsistantSecretary tant tantSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury to succeed succeedCharles succeedCharles uooeedCharles
Charles D Norton orton who goe goes to the theAVhite tbehlte theWhite
White hlte House to succeed Fred W V Car Carpenter Carpanter Carpenter ¬
penter penterThe panterrhe penterThe
The new Assistant Secretary of the theTreasury theTrpuury theTreasury
Treasury is a native of Indiana ll diana and is isthirtyseven Isthlrtseven isthirtyseven
thirtyseven years old He was made madeDirector madeDlrecto madeDirector
Director of the th Mint in August 1M9 1M9He 1M 1999He I
He is a graduate of Princeton and andHarvard andHarvard
Harvard Universities and nag made a aspecialty aspeclalt aspecialty
specialty of financial questions questionsHe I
He went abroad two years ago with withSenator wIthSenator withSenator
Senator AFdrich and several members membersof + i ior <
of the monetary commission and vis visited visited visited
ited all the financial centers of Eu Europe Europe i irope
rope Since that time he has had hadcharge hadcharge I Icharge
charge of the editing of the variouspublications various i
publications publications issued by the commls commlssion commlsO commlsfrAndrew commission
sion O
sionMr Mr frAndrew Andrew will take up up his new newduties newduties newduties
duties on Monday Monda next when Mr lr Nor Norton Norton or orton
ton will move over to the White hlteHouse hlteHouselr TTouse TTouseMr ProuseMr
Mr lr Carpenter whose nomination as asminister a aminister asminister
minister to Morocco was confirmed confirmedyesterday confirmedeEterday confirmedyesterday
yesterday will take a leave of ab absence absence absence ¬
sence before reporting to the State StateDepartment StateDepartmfnt StateIepartment
Department DepartmfntSHRINERS IepartmentSHRINERS DepartmentSHRINERS
SHRINERS EXPECT EXPECTLARGE EXPECTLARGE EXPECTLARGE
LARGE EXCURSION EXCURSIONThe
The Aimas Temple committee on ar arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
rangements in charge of the Shriners Shrinersexcursion Shrlnersexcursion Shrinersexcursion
excursion to Marshall Hall on June S Sexpects Sexpects 3expects
expects that fully fun 2 < MM persons will willjoin willjoin willjoin
join the excursion excursionThe excursionThe xcursionThe
The committee held a meeting last lastnight la8tnight lastnight
night at the National Rifles Armory Armoryand Armoryand Armoryand
and it was wa announced that to further furtherthe furtherthe furtherthe
the success of the occasion thirtyfive thirtyfiveprizes thlrt thirtyliveprizes five fiverlzes
prizes rlzes will be awarded by various variousbusiness variousbusiness variousbusiness
business men of the city to winners winnersin
in athletic events to be held at Mar Marshall Marshall iIarshall ¬
athletic
shall Hall HallMRS HallMRS HallMRS
MRS BROKAW AFTER MORE MORENEW 110REN
NEW N W V YORK June 8 3Berore Before Justice Justicecrane JusticeCr JusticeCr
crane Cr ne in the Supreme Court Brooklyn Brooklynyesterday Brooklynyestcrday Brooklynyesterday
yesterday Arthur J Baldwin counsel counselfor counselfor counselfor
for Mrs Iig Mary Blair Brokaw applied appl for forposing foran
I an additional allowance ot SOOO for op opI opposing
posing po lnJ the appeal of TV 9 Gould Brokaw Brokawfrom Brokawfrom Brokawfrom
I from a decision decl Qn recently handed down do at atMineola atMmeola atMineola
Mineola granting Mrs lr8 Brokaw a separa separation separation separation ¬
tion from him John F McIntyre appearing ap appearing appearin ¬
pearing for Mr Brokaw said that 31000 31000would 1000 1000would 1000would
would be ample for the work Justice JusticeCrane JusticeCrane JusticeCrane
Crane reserved decision decisionSuction decisionIf decisionSudan
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You cant tell us Madam Housewife Housewifethat Housewifethat Housewifethat
that those tufts in the davenport davenportchair davenportchair davenportchait
chair or mattress trent sren t dust dirt and andgerm andgerm andgerm
germ collectors and take hours of ofyour ofyour ofyour
your time and energy to keep clean cleanIf cleanIf
If you had a Peerless Suction SuctionCleaner SuctionCleaner SuctionCleaner
Cleaner you need only hold the end endof endof endof
of the hose a few seconds to each eachtuft eachtuft eachtuftand
tuft tuftand and every everyspeck speck of dirt would be becarried becarried becarried
carried away by a powerful suction suctionThe suctionThe suctionThe
The Peerless Suction Cleaner isan is isan i ian
an absolute boon to the home where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the neccssityfor necessity for cleanliness is under understood understood understood
stood stoodniuttrsied stoodRlusirfJi stoodIllustrated
Illustrated < < l book and address of nearest
PEERLESS store skJ sent on reguest rcquallo rcqualloManufacturers to toManufacturers toManufacturers
Manufacturers Outlet Company MfgFor Mfg MfgaForSdefcy MFgtFor
ForSdefcy For Sale IIf 89 Chamber Strr S Stmt t New York YorkAatlonnl Yo Yorkatlonnl c cXutIonnl
Aatlonnl Electric SLPPY Co CoJ CoalthlngtoD Co1Vashtngiun
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TINIEST IOWA BABY BABYDIES BABYDIES
DIES OF MENINGITIS OFMENINGITISWeight MENINGITISQ
Weight Q eight At Birth Only One Oneand Oneand Oneand
and OneFourth OneFourthPounds OneFourthPounds x xPounds
Pounds PoundsWATERLOO PoundsWATERLOO PoundsWATERLOO
WATERLOO Iowa June 3Iowas 3Iowassmallest 3101 3101smalleet 3Iowassmallest
smallest baby is dead of spinal meningi meningitis ¬
tis t is
UsWhen tisWh
Wh When Dorothy Crandall was born she sheweighed sltcwel siteweighed
weighed wel lOd one and BCl onefourth pounds and andprevious andprevtou andprevious
previous to her last ttlneae weighed weighedtwentythree weighedtwentythree weighedtwentythree
twentythree pounds at the t age of over overthree overthree overthree
three years yearsThe yearsThe ears
The child was fully developed normal normaland normaland
and unusually bright brightHer OCkhtHer brishtHer
Her parent are Mr and Mrs M Arch ArchCrandall ArchCrandall ArchCrandall
Crandall both average sized people th thfather thfather tha thafather
father being a conductor on the Illinois IllinoisCentral IllinoisCentral IllinoisCentral
Central
BILL TO REGULATE REGULATEMeasure REGULATEI REGULATECAR REGULATECAR I
CAR CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTIONr i iMeasure
r I IInsure
Measure Introduced Aims to toInsure
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Insure Greater Safety In InT InTransportation
i Transportation TransportationFrom T ransportatlOn ransportatlOnFrom
From time to time measures mea urlS of one onekind onekind onekind
kind or another are introduced into Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress designed to safeguard eUard life and andproporty andproPfJrly andproperty
property In railroad transportation The Thelatest Thelatest Thelatest
latest and the moat drastic plan is in intended Intended intended ¬
tended to regulate the size of oflocom oflocomth locomo locomotives locomotives ¬
tives th s the height hel ht of bridges and the thelength thelength thelength
length of cars carsThis car carThis carsThis
This bill has been presented in the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House It has gone to the Committee Committeeon
on Interstate and Foreign Commerce Commeroalong CommeroPalong Commercealong
along with the block system bills the therailway therailway therailway
railway telephone bills and the electri electrification el electritlcatlon trl trlficatlon ¬
fication of terminals bills billsUnder billsUnder billsUnder
Under the proposed law no locomotive locomotiveshall locomotiveshall ocomotlealtaI
shall be operated in interstate commerce commerceof
of more than ton and onehalf feet feetwidth feetwidth feetwidth
width No car whether freight or passenger pas passenger passenger ¬
senger shall have a width wldthof of more thanten than thanten thlnten
ten and onehalf feet No car shall shallstand shallatand shallstand
stand more than fourteen and onehalf onehalffeet onehalffed onehalffeet
feet from the track to the top of Its Itsrunning Itsrunning itsrunning
running board If a freight or Its vent ventilators ventlators entl entllators ¬
lators if It Js a passenger car carNo caro carNo
No o warehouse or coal chute or stock stockpen stockpen stockpen
shall shnllbe sh shallbe n nbe
pen or telegraph pole or mall crane
be located within six and onehalf feet feetof feetot feetof
of the center line of a a railway track trackNo trackNo
less than twen twenty twenly twenty ¬
No 0 wires 1res shall be strung
ty feet above a track and no overhead overheadbridge oerheadbride overheadbridge
bridge shall be less than twenty twent feet feetfrom feetfrom feetfrom
from the track beneath It ItThere ItThere t tThere
There are other prohibitions in the pro proposed propo8ed proposed ¬
posed law They relate to track con cpnstruction construction CQntroctlon ¬
struction and rolling stock architecture architectureNEPHEW arcbitectureNEPHEW architectureNEPHEW
NEPHEW OF SENATOR SENATORSENTENCED SENATORSENTENCED SENATORSENTENCED
SENTENCED TO JAIL JAILNEW JAILNEW JAILNEW
NEW YORK June 3 3Edmund 3EdmundGUJEcnheim Edmund A AGuggenheim AGuggenheim
Guggenheim a Yale student son of ofMurray orMurra ofMurray
Murray Guggenheim Gu enheim millionaire mine mineowner maneowner mineowner
owner of > f 29 West Seventysixth street streetand streetand streetand
and nephew of United States Senator SenatorSimon Senator51on SenatorSimon
Simon Guggenheim GUJ Inhclm of Colorado was wassentenced waisentenced wassentenced
sentenced to one day In the Tomb and andfintd andfimd andfined
fined JIM 1f 101 on his plea of guilty before beforeJustices beforeJustices beforeJustices
Justices Olmeted Wyatt and May lay in inspecial Inspecial Inspecial
special sessions for violating vk violatingthe > 1aUnJ the motor motorvehicle motorvehicle motorvehicle
vehicle law lawMr 1awIr lawMr
Mr Ir Guggenheim GU fenhetm was charged with witha
a n third offense and with being a per persistent verIstent persistent ¬
sistent violator of the speed law lawGuceenheim lawGuitenhelm lawGuggenheim
Guggenheim did not suffer Nr any hardship hard hardship hardhip ¬
ship hip from the orison sentence He was wastaken va vatken wastaken
taken over the Bridge Brkl of Sighs to the theannex theannex theannex
annex in the Tombs orison at 3 oclock oclockin
in the t e afternoon The prison day da under underthe underthe underthe
the rules end ends > > at 4 oclock so that Mr MrGuggenheim MrGuggenheim 1 1Gu
Guggenheim Gu = = enbelm had TO spend BPt > nd one on > hour un under undcr under ¬
der restriction but not a moment In Incell ince1l a acell
cell cellDR ce1lDR cellDR
DR McKIM TO FIGHT FIGHTSUIT FIGHTSUIT FIGHTSUIT
SUIT FOR DIVORCE DIVORCERENO
RENO lm o Nov June 1 3Declaring Declaring that thther t1ttIter thather
her charge of gross 11OSS drunkenness is not nottrue nottrue nottrue
true Dr Smith Holly McKim has an announced announced announced ¬
nounced his intention of fighting the thesuit thesuit thesuit
suit for divorce instituted by his wife wifeDr w1teDr wifeDr
Dr McKim has retained r tiDed New York Yorklawyers Yorklawyers Yorklawyers
lawyers and Judge James Gljnn of this thiscity thiscltj thiscity
city It is said the suit willt will 11 be fought foughtbitterly foughtbitterly foughtbitterly
bitterly and taken into the court of last lastresort lastre lastresort
resort re orl If f necessary n esaary Detectives it is issaid Issaid Issail
said have been en watching the move movements movemcnts movements ¬
ments of Mrs rs McKfm cKfm who has made madeseveral ma madeseveral e esfral
several trips to San Franrlsci with withfriends withfriends withfriends
friends
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It cii ciiARGE r ARGE women find the REDUSO the most comfortable com comi comfortable
i fortable sensible and durable corset they can wear wearUnaided wearUnaided wearUnaided
Unaided by harnesslike attachments bands orStraps or orstraps orstraps
straps it reduces measurements of hips and abdo abdomen abdomen abdomen ¬
men from one to five inchesREDUSO inches inchesREDUSO inchesI
I REDUSO Style 770 aspictured aspicturedJ as idural iduralMedium
rr J Medium high highbus bust incurved in ineurvedwaist waist waistlong waistlong s sn
n long over hips and abdomenDurable abdomen abdomenDurable t tf7
f7 Durable coutil or batiste tastefull taste tastefully V Vfully
fully full trimmed Three pairs pairshose pairshose pairshose
hose supporters supportersSizes supportersSizes i iSizes
Sizes 19 to 36 Price 300 300REDUSO 300I f fUSD
REDUSO RED USD Style 774 Fo tall tallr talllarge
I large fi figures res Constrntion ConsteF6onsimi ConsteF6onsimilar simi similar
770 Made of the thesuperb thesuperb
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r > suPerbDiamond superb Diamond Clothdain Cloth dain daintily f fi
i 3 tily trimmed Three pairs of ofhose V Va l tq tql tqhose
a hose supporters supportersSizes supportersSizes G4 c = i iSizes
Sizes 19 to 36 Price 500 500W 500W t < t
1 W B NUFORM Corsets Corsetsare V Vare J
are the finest one can buy buyat buyaPoPularPrice i iat
p at a aPoPularPrice popular price p ce Desirable Desirablemodels Desirablemodels ac acfigure
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models for every type of offigure offigure
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lacetrimmed Supporters Supportersattached Supportersattachedi attached attachedSizes attachedSizes
i Sizes 18 to 30 Price 100 100Numerous 10Drlmnerots 100Arufnerous
Numerous attractive NUFORM NUFORMmodels NUFORlJfmodels NUFORMmodels
models from 100 to 0 500 500Sold 500t 500Sold
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PLAYGROUND i BASEBALL DAY DAYTomorrow t tTomorrow iTomorrow
Tomorrow Saturday June 4th American Ame can League Park Chamber of Commerce Commercevs
vs Knights of Columbus Two Fast Clubs Help the Cause CausePlace CauseThe Causer
Z r The P PAIAIS ALA IS ROY ROYAL ROYALPlace ALJ ALJPlace
Place your our most precious organ organthe or an G Get t In touch with Dr Samaol1teJl Samaol1teJltho Samuel hell hellinspire
the eye oyein In cnarge e arge of Dr Samuel SamuelVisit N t inspire the confidence his h skill and andVhdL adVI ad adpersonality
Visit VI lt him periodically period lIy No charge for forconsultation personality earn S See e him tomorrow tomorrowm tomorrowconsu1t tomorrowconsultation
consultation consu1t Uon now or later in Balcony Parlor first floor floorThe floorTile floorThe
Tile WeekEnd Sale SaleThe 1 >
The Secret of the Stores Success SuccessNot
Not a spring style haHs hat is here not a passe suit or dress not an accessory thats not the latestmoment latest latestmoment latestmoment
moment style The weekend sales keep the stock perennially clean Tomorrow the summer summerdresses summerdresses f fdresses
dresses and hats that were on display this week in show windows and upstairs parlors are to be re reduced reduced reduced ¬
duced as follows followsThese followsThese
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i that these dresses will come as brightly from the tub tubas tubas
1 astheir as their fair fairowilers owners And think of only only398 2 298 for forsuch forsuch fixsuch
such dresses dressesTo F K Ki
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those of linen mantailored are braided in self color colorNot colorNot colorj
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I Jai j Not t many manytomorrows tomorrows early visitors will carry off offthese offthese offthese
these prizes prizesA prizesA f fies
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x j x s A few Ramie and French Linen Suits superb superbspecimens superhspecimens superbspecimens
specimens of the man tailors art are to b bi 1298 t9Sinstead 1298instead 129Sinstead
instead of S2250 S2250At 50 50At
At 10 instead of 18 are Lingerie Li rte e Dresses in ini m mwhite Il Ilwhite
i white and colors that a are dreams dreamsAlso dreamsA1so dreamsr
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Also at 10 are expensive Taffeta Silk S k Dresseswith Dresses Dressestunic Dressestunic
tunic models with lace lace yokes yo lees At 1496 I49 + S for f or choice choiceare
are fine imported onepiece ae e Silk Dresses DressesAll
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