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THE WASHINGTON W ASH1N 1GTONT TBfES R S rIRmirarcrsT FRIDAY ATTGFST 12 1910 7
ALDRICH REPLIES TO BRISTOWS CHARGES CHARGESOF
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OF PECUNIARY PECUN ARY INTEREST INT REST IN RUBBER TARIFF
Regular Senator Declares DedaresInsurgents DeclaresInsurgents DeclaresInsurgents
Insurgents Statements StatementsWholly StatementsWholly StatementsWholly
Wholly Without Truth Truthleaders TruthWith TruTWith
With 1IItteI 1h at tile theleaders l laders
leaders aders Senator Nelson W AJskftih A it itpublican Be Bepubllcan apubllCa1 R
publican leader of the Saapts lueas lueassued aas Ri i is issued tit titsued ¬
sued the reply to wnica hie hiectuns lass lassstung lIMa lIMalStung
stung by the attacks of ofof Senator > leoatnrof Bilalow Bilalowof ww
of Kansas KansasSenator KansaSenator KansasSenator
Senator Aldrich denies moat or ofcbares c the tilecbarges thecharges e
charges made by Senator ZB1utowrespell Brfatow with withrespect wItIIre5pect
respect to the duties on rubber lIMIerfactures sibsfactures rubberfailures
factures He calls them tlusnrtatements nt ntrtatemenQi abwndrtatemeata a dt
rtatements His denial comes la tine tineform tile10rm theform
form of a letter to toB Chairman ChairmanB
B McKinley of the Republican Hepobiieangressional Con Congressional ecgresslODl ¬
gressional Committee CommitteeIt
It i is seldom that Senator AMrtca AJdrtcJn ta tamoveA kmover
moveA Jn mover erl to answer an attack oa aim Hte HtehaUt H1IJ1Jatft I IhaL1t
haUt is to ignore attacks But there is isreason Isreason isreason
reason to believe the Repaaetaaa P hatsa Con Congressional Cgressonal Congressional ¬
gressional campaign campa n leaders found fo1lllll1attacks foundattacks these theseattacks
attacks wer were harttnr h hwt the th etrm e Repub RepaMean RepaMeanprospects eaa eaaprospects a aprospects
prospects In tn tile election sad that taer taerbesought tielbesought I
besought Senator Aldrich to replySenator nIIIySenator reply relySenator
Senator Aldrich admits be la a ah stock slogholder stockholder ¬
holder h Ider and a director in the Inter Intercontinental IaIercontinental Iaa6atconUnental ¬
continental Rubber Compaay Bat JJadenies h hdenke be beever
denies that he he 01 D7 of lit lite tbtndti tees teesever
e ever r had hadmannlaetures ass interest fa tM tMmanurae rates + rm rmmanufactur
manurae mannlaetures of rubber He deaNs the thecompany tilecompany tLecompany
company to a trust or orme o monopoly III Q Qthat aaa aaathat an anthat d
that thatit it controls the worlds rubber raIttterly av aap aapply p pply
ply ly He denies deei es th that at in consequence caR 1 au of ofth fillthfj ofthe
th thfj increased duties there tlIereu has seen a aheavy ahEavy abeaty
heavy advance In rubber prices JI1ceIasurplat pricesIns priceslasorfeat
lasorfeat Ins CftMber Sceraed SceraedHe ScrstHe mei meiHe
He winds ap by this attack ea men nt ntCongress JaCongretIB inCongress
Congress of the Insurgent IuaetIn typehi type typedays
In the tarU turf discrrasious 0IUi of t other otJMcdays otherdays
days the advocate of the protective protectivepolicy tecdpolley protecdyepolicy
policy have hay usually been calledmeet called tt ttmeet ta tameet
meet In debate men with wttlton ceovictlans ceovictlanson cenvited us uson
on the th subjectDemocrats subject Democrats of char character dIaracter character ¬
acter whose wh theories ef f government
differed completely from thooo tbGeeby heM
by Republican Repubiiaaawho
protecttoateta protecdoalItIIwho BMB BMBwho
who had some regard for the tileracy aces accuracy acesracy ¬
racy of their statements lliatetII lliatetIIknowledge and same
knowledge of the subjects Jecw they MTCU3ed dto dtocussed diacus
cussed cussedOow CU3edow cus red redow
Oow ow attacks attae ka upon m Republican
President and aDdRepubIleaD Republican mnssnixs mnssnixsare m auraresare
are led by men whose political extet existence extetence exIIItence
ence depends d penda upon their capadtyand capacity capacityand capacityand
and to this there seems to be no limit
for misrepresentation aDd the 1s 1snorance Is
norance of their adhereata StranaWy I
enough en ough this tats group of mea very I
small in number has arrogated to it itself It ItseU itself ¬ I
self the leadership lcdersi 111 tp aC e the tilesiTes praeres praeresBies
siTes si es and its members p prt aaet
the treatmeat of f the tartar tartarSuestJon as aI aIuestlon a ioral ioralquestion
question I ITaxt
uestlonText
Text af Latter LatterThe LetterThe LettThe
The letter leU 1ollo 1olloP follows followsEon followso followsPrrovidonoe I
Prrovidonoe P y1cleBce a R 1 ag it JIlL I
Eon o William Wi B B BMeKinley MeKmley cmdrmaa cmdrmaaIkear clt trmtia
RepubUo J1 CoII Coagred oat I CODIaIIttee o ttee
Washington D C
Dear Mr McKinley I have ha bees ask ¬
ed by a Republican candidate for Con
ge Erese in an Ullnote district to furnish farnmaThe
Tarn the facts with Jefera 10 cIaaIaps
in F The rubber duties hi the tariff act of ofrard ofThe
lo9 lo9The
The pprslsteat rsl8teJlt relteratioa of tile ab ab
rard misstatements of Senator Brtetow Brtetowwith
with withtion ith reference to the tariff OR rUbbeE
ft rnjshes such a duuactert IIIuIItta
tion of the aataraof the tilethp critieisms and
the character of certain critics of the
tariff 18 Tit act of IN that it Itseeay srmis to me de desiable de deabletbat desiRble
siable abletbat that a fan statement of th the
fstfs f < ct t v should be rnaaa la respoase to thte
Inquiry InquirySenator inqUirySenator in uiry uirySenator
Senator Brtotows sfatements hlDeau were as
f1Tows
That the Senate Committee oa Fi Flnanee Finance Fl Flnance ¬
nance of which I was chairman In Increased mcreased increased ¬
creased the duty upon certain manufac maaufac1res ¬
tures of rubber from 3 30 > to X > 6 per centThat cent centThat cetJLThat
That during the session or immedi immediately ImmedIateIy immediately ¬
ately after the adjournment of Con Congress CoDgTtSs Congress ¬
gress I in connection with others had hadorganized badganled hadorganised
organized a gigantic c rubber trust trustknown trustIn
In known o n as the International Bobber BobberCompany R RCompany er ercompany
Company in which I was a large stock stockholder BtOekholder ¬
holder and a director directorRubber dIrectOrRubber directorRubber
Rubber M Xtli M = a pdy p > ly Charge ChargeThat CUrpiTrat CYazSThat
That this huge I1IP Bobber trust mtateI tmrne bamediately tmrnediatelj
diatelj ateI advanced advancedrr JarweI7 tile p oC oCrde ofcr
rr rde de rubber the supply of which it ab abEO lib libsoT sbSoi
EO soT itely controls controlsThat coatroiaat contraT
That T at this vast robber ber monopoly the theIritercontineatal tileIntercontlDellAl theIrterconUnental
Iritercontineatal Rubber Company Compaaya was wasStele
a Stele We 1 f on account of the changes ta the thetariff tbetariff thetacitff
tariff referred to to to advanceand advance ixnd did didrapidly dWrapidly didrapidly
rapidly rapidlyrubber advaaeedtbe pt4ees oL every everyobUe0obUe f1ftJrTrubber
rubber product from auftsmobfle aum aumto obUe0obUe tires tiresto tiresto
to babies ablesTnat ratOea ratOeaThat rattieeaThat
That the Increase ia the rate oa rub rnbbr 11Ibbr rubtr
br manufactures from > N to 35 percent per percrt
rent enabled the Intercontinental 4 eatal Rub Rubber Rubr Rubbar ¬
bar r Company to reattse immediately immediatelyenormous t lmaeediatelyenormous y yEDOrIDotIS
enormous profits as shown by thed the large largedividends
dividends d ii i idends emt it had paid m In the themonths early earlyznostb eartyIn
months In on ihJ of the present year and that thattii thatElf thatte
tii Elf > increase ir Yates was brought about aboutIt aboutwith aboutwith
with this end hot view vJewJ
It J t is true t rue that an Increase in the rates ratescTudea ratestnk ratest
tnk t k Place in paragraPh 4G 4 which 111 111cb1f inciule1
cTudea > rl certain manufactures of India IDdIarubiEr Indiarjhi
rubber rjhi er with other Items and it Is also alsotrue aJaotrj alsotrue
true trj > that I am a stockholder and a di director 41recior director ¬
rector in the Intercontinental Rubber RubberrvTnpany
rvTnpany tut vt none of the other state stateTtfnts stateJ1fnt statents
Ttfnts nts referred to contain a single eto etosrnt eJerrnt eler
srnt r n t of truth I should be glad to think thinkthat tbinkthat
that in these statements Senator Bris BrisIK nt
IK t x had been cruelly imposed upon by byf byX bynru
f nru ru df iffSignlna dpi ignuig pcsoa a as as I do not like likebelieve likebdieve
4 believe b lieve that any 5J eter at t r could be beP bety bet
P t manufacturingatements ° ty of deliberately y ytement maanfactnrins maanfactnrinsftements
ftements tement so false m every erT essential essentialparticular esseadatyarjicular 1 1rticular
particularWitaoat particular yarjicularWithout rticularWithost <
Without Interest fcereat la RatesNeither Rates KatesNeither RatesYeft
Yeft Neither the Intercontinental Rubber RobberCompar RubberCompaI RubberCompaz
Compar nor nOlL J L nor any member of my
family has ever had any pecuniary In Interest Intp intprest ¬
terest tp t as to whether the rates oa manu manufactures JlllMIfactures manufactures ¬
factures of robber were wererer St f > or bBFir 3ft 3ftper
per cent or whether crude rubber was wason waon wanon
on the free or the Dutiable fiatThu fiat HstThi JIstThq
Thi intercontinental Rubber Corn Cornpans Com1Qll CotsI
I pans 3 V incorporated in 13W with O the tbeneral ther e eKTieral
KTieral r neral era powers po rs of a business corpora
Tin t1 > n There has been no change what whattT wbatr whateither
c tT r either during d or after afterc the isialiiii eeioaof i isialiiiicx
cx c Congress since that time In the bud boaiT ba8ITJ
T TJ SS S or control of the be company or ta
he purpose for which it was w organised
lhoe 1h the e being all established at the same same11m
time 11m of organization long before the thet
t tariff ri rr act d JI8t was ever thought t of
Neither th the Intercontinental Rubber R
Company l ornpany nor any of its subordinate subordinatecompanies IJUbordinatempanies suhordi Hate Hatecoompanies
companies have ever had the slightest
Interest direct or Indirect in the man manL
1 l acture of II article covered cov by the thechange Lt Ltac be I Irh
rh change nge in L rates or rubber manufac manuf manuftures ac ¬
tures in the paragraph alluded InDufac1 to to or orrtherwlse orfotrenv1se ort
rtherwlse t erwtee and neither the Intercon Intercon1renal Intercontr
1renal 1 tr ental Rubber Company nor any of ofits ofE ofsubordinate
its E subordinate companies have ever everL1 eveany
3 L1 < + any part la any anyoombluatloD combination smbiasdonr agree1 agree17eT agree agreePT
7eT r PT arrangement a arran rmt t or understanding understandingiih
w iih i h any company or person with ref reference nflnte rzference ¬
erence lnte to any an manufactured product Pl productLOCAL of ofLOCAL ofLOCAL j
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONCredit
Credit Cr t 1 Is YOJBT Y Best Asset AssetTon Atcn
nc Ton cn n abuse it it You can use it with withrcorimf WItf
e rcorimf f c 1Dy dignitty aad pride at Qro Qrogans Oroga Gr o otustas
gans ga gan egan n 8 Deal then on an open account aceoaatWith accountwith aWth oM M
with divided payments aaa your yourmay yourray J Jray
ray be furnished without ajgamaraotes signing tustas tustasJlir
Or t r paying interest interestTry mterestlIy interestTry
Try Marine Eye Remedy Ityor
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Wanted Wantec1beryone Everyone To Kaow We Data uaSCkg Dataitch
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Insurgents s Charges ChargesAga Against nst Regular RegularLeader RegularLeaier RegularLeader
Leader and an His Reply ReplyBIKESTOWS R p pBR1STowS ply plyB
BIKESTOWS B WS SPAT STJiTBXESTTfeat STi STiI SPATThat
That the th a Soswte oilete C CJdMex wwiUe H Fili FlMUtte YJMH8r o et f wklpi WJl rki I WBscbaInDlau iras chairmans cL inmxn3 ia iacre lBorsoi
I orsoi cre ad the 8 iigr tt uty 1QMlcerfnJ F cartel laajNtfeoiRros c6llr0IS efr1 of f mfelior froa 8 H fe f tP S6 S6per
per P coat coatTJiftt CMltTJtat
TJiftt I hat ersaajied a signs rigfNUC tic Raster trwrf t known as the IutorooeleJttllllWlf1Jer Intoroowtl Intoroowtlnental
nental eJttllllWlf1Jer R kker Coataany in J wkiek I was a large o stecleldor c1d1 Itlor and anddirector adiroctr a adiroctr
diroctr directorTkat diroctrfTJtat
Tkat tkis huge Jt e RnW Rwer er treat intMeiiwiely advanced largely the price af afGrade efQI1ule
Grade rubber ltltor tJt tie sapply of wkicJt Jt afesolstely atoly cdntxols cdntxolsTi c8ntrolsTJlat centrolsPThat
That Ti t the iBtercwitiacBtal IRiercHtIaefalltwwor R Dubber oo r CNHpuiyi C > itpa ay e en B aoooant aCC 1lnt of the clian cknnSos cknnSosroforrod os osreferrot esroforrol
referrot M t raj I WIy ldl IIy advftMcesl tke ariees of r every rubber promacfc0 promacfc0Tkat protluctTkat rodect
Tkat tile increase ia i the rate e ea a raooer ribber xtama aulnnieetares ctllr actares s from 30 to 8 Ii per percent ItOr06ut percoat
cent enabled tM th Iterc Ilercttaeatal th nt l Rakfcer Company to realize ro liz6 Ini Inineilately JMotlIateIy ImB041fftely
neilately en OMrs rn s Argils as slHum by tile large dividends diddondsit it had ka4IMtlt 11 11HIli hadd
IMtlt d in f tile early ninths 1t of r tk tile pr present 5 t year and that the increase increasein
in rates was brought Itn Jttt abet ai t with Ok end eJMlia Ja i view viewclt TIowALDIUCHS viewAICwS
ALDIUCHS AICwS L 1SWEL 1SWELIt SlfER SlfER41t
clt It is tme than UIa am i increase crMS8 creas in ta Ute rates t t4 ic lIMo i iee in paragmnk IUtragra k 4M 4Mivhic 4wJ 4Uwklch
ivhic wJ ck included certain manalactKres of India rubber with other otkerites otherItems otheritems
items and ax it is also true that I ant a stockholder and a director ia iathe 1 1t ithe
the t o Interc bterceHtDeBotal ntteen4al Ratter er CHlpaBY Co ipi y h Nt t none of the ether enterstateaMs ethergtatentents etllorstateBieIMs
gtatentents referred t k c CMitam eN ataia a sfavj siIIsIe sia Ie e efemeat of ftratkw ftratkwXeitker ftr troth trothNeither tk tkaitJler
Neither the Intere h Inereentiaea4sl U tbtel n4al Rubber CarjNUiy Jr I n ear r any mesa MeMer MeMerr er erof r rf
of f my Y fanrilj has ever eT l bad any all pecaajary interest as to whether whetherthe irkelkartke lYJtefMrtile
tile rates H ntaaaiaetsires JM of 1 rubber awe gy 5 Si Ii er r 8f per cent COJl4 orwbethes or orwketker wldletJler
wketker crate r rubber er wa wu on 1M t free or r te ihttJaWe Hot HotTie tJle hoteke
Tie Jle Iateresatieeatai Interc IH er tfeental xtaI Haooer ww Cmpaay C nip y fe not ne tiR t in any RY sense SOX68 geof r rka rlNula rlead
ka lead a Rubber tract It iras nTer ver is agreenseat a eeJMllt witk anybody witk Wititreicrcxce wltkrefcreace witkreference
reference t t tk the pr proivetiosi K dacti 1Ieu n H cannel of f tike price ef r crane rawoer rawoerr robber rwIterr
r ef o faxy any f g gy yf nMinafaetare MaaIti are of f robber robberTo rafcfcerTe erT
T Te say that the advance V1UtCe whick cll took ptece isi the price rIee of r orate rubber mhoefnt rubbertbrngbeat er ertkr
tkr tbrngbeat t thworld wNW fr1M frees 11I t lilt wets ° i8 an lRcptri nalatprtsat J lRcptriIt
sat nt increase r f fr fINI i ft t t t Ii > per ee eeM cent t ia inavast1N nfjnst s4 IfW 1 en impor importations Ialp r rtatieas ¬
tations aJfecttef aect1 ee lees than 1 per cent fe f value 111 of i th tIM total prod J pcdo wet wetr1Il et etf t tof
of f robber Mr 4plays tIa a H d pta fJl f igaoraaoe Bra c whiek ek h kas 6 rarely rare been heesireached beenreached
reached reachedIt
It It was stated f to 1tS w s lty y Treasury Tren my experts tJwt it was extremely desirable sksiraWthat rsfaWetJlat desirablethat
that the rates M f dwtgr imposed ba hy paracrmaiis s 141 1 14 47 4 ° i 4io fl and andof 4 4i4 4i4of 4r
of r the Hens n He llSt > C e bill on o mieella m oeellaaeas JIMtIi eo s alsaa moaafactares IacLares es shonld he nnJCarm 11 11wjtJt nnJCarmwith t twith
with the rates imposed PN n sir m fires aJaeteres es in ether parts of fJlt ofthe f fthe
the t o Mil
robber or the Mtee fIl any such KO Frodax
daxThe cJuct
cJuctbe
The intereoooMentsl llIteru I l Rubber Company 1IY 1IY1IOt
hi not in any sense nor any alad kindnod kindnodor good goodi od odor
or 1 bada < i Rubber trust It Itae4 wasand was never nevermeat
and DO ODe connected with It enr atloa everinoom6bmdms
oom6bmdms tloa or sareemct or orJDeDt arranae arranaement
meat with anybody with reference to tothe tothe tothe
the production or control or attempt at tocontrol to tocontrol toeoatroI
control the nrk of crude robber or of ofarty ofUy ofany
arty manufacture of rubber rubberLong nabberL tubberLeaf
Long L lateisstoi Iatet Is Robber RobberWith R IIteL IIteLW1th sei seifltth
With reCcrtfir refees t to my DIYeIIt personal i e > sonal int inteat taier taierest
est ta the matt I will say T that for ten tenyears tenyears tenyears
years I bayt b navt teen t greatly interested intexedeiaancilly interestednnanclally 1aten8te4ttaDeIaI1
nnanclally and otherwise inthe ht tJae dowel ¬
opment of plans for ejstTactins D crude cruderubber crIC1eftlbber cruderubber
rubber from the iIe shrubs TIDes and trees treestoy treesdaemIcaI treesby
toy adentMeally chemical ap apoa1 and aad mechani JDehaDIeel
eel processes lCI c n Instead of the Lb oIdf8b oIdf8bIoDed oodfasbbooed
booed taP method BOW ta illue general generalpe
ue up pe
ue1be The peThe formation of the companies towhich to towhich towhIeb
which I have alluded were for the neces D8CMSU7 necessary ¬
nary organization fIoG of thh t > fis business in invarious iDVa invatlone
various Va parts of the world There has hasnever JIuaeverbeen mnever
aeverbeen never Been any attempt at concealment concealmentmeat 5lmeR 5lmeRon sM tlIlY
on lIlY put nor any ante yy reason for ecIIIeeaI
meat of my dee deep p Interest te t In this t de 4eweI 4eweIt d donmett e eopaaent
opaaent t The n uieasuie as ie of sjBocess which wbklims whichwho whiri1beeIt
ms been khkved ed by tile yOlllllt yOlllllthae men menwho
who have had h d t tcompanies the manatemeut fIC the thebeen thecompanies
companies has been a source of satis ggtkfaction fIdIItactlD satisfaction ¬
faction and of pride to me mePrice JIMPrice mePrice
Price Fixed Jx E E1B Enrpe EnrpeIn rof rofIn
In the snccgflc attained ta the den sdentmc dentflk sciendOe
dOe development of rapper producing producingm prodncingmethods
m methods t MriK the tariff of the United States Stateshas Statesvlayed Stateshas
has played no part whatever 3e price priceof iceOIl igsiceof
of crude rubber te fixed In the markets marketsof
of the world by the inexorable law of ofsupply ofIIUJIIPb ofcpply
supply and demand It is guvemed lovu nod byauction by byauction I Iadon
auction tales at London and aDd1be AntwerpThe Antwerp Antwerpenoiiuuua
The great mer increase ta tile price lit reI reIceIIt re recent
cent pears Is uiadoumtedly ewiasr to toenotmours the
I
enoiiuuua 1DOoW Increase ta 4 demand ta d for automobile automobile auto automobile ¬
mobile tires aDd for electrical and andindustrial other otherindustrial I
industrial aoea with ch no eorreepondtag eorreepondtagincrease aKIOIIJJDcrea cerreniiondtnincrease
increase In the available supplyTh supply supplyThe I
The Th change In our tariff of 6 per cent centf centon
j
OB a very limited number o the maaau maaaulact1lne manufactures
f actnres of rubber to August list bad badas I Ias I Ilittle
as little to do with it as had the movement move movemeat 1 1meat
meat of the tides tidesCrude tidesCrude
Crude rubber is aDd has been on the thefree thetree
free list of our tariff aDd there hasno has onbeen been beenno beenDO j
no movement t or suggestion from 1rsmsource any anyseoree aDII8Uree anyitch
source to place it oa the dutiable list listf nstIf
If this important raw material w wcompetes which whichcompetes itch
competes with no DOr domestic product productshould productshould
should be placed upon the dutiable Bat Batthe IbIttile listthe 1
the duty would dearly cIearl7bo be added to the thecost theOIl thecoot
cost of the rubber t te the manufacturer manufactureror man manor
or the consumer and would notthe not affect affectthe urectthe affectbe
the producer whose price would still stillntrolled be becontrolled bec0ntr0lied
controlled co by the market price of the theWEaw thewot
WEaw WEawOf wot ld
Crall oeld
wotoe Of all l the ridiculous statements atatemeatsb made madeby madeby
by b the Kansas Senator none is Quite so soridiculous eoridiculous
ridiculous as that In which be h Mat Matthat states statesthat 8iattbat es
that the Intercontinental Rubber Com Company Coinparry ¬
parry Paulbar absolutely ah controls the erode t rub rubber ¬
bar supply The worlds M ds production prod on ComI of oferode ofcrude
erode rubber ber In 1909 > N was about I75 J7ipouad 1ZON 1ZONpounds > 900 900pounds
pounds The TIIeMOductIon production of the Inter Intercontinental InterCOIItIaeIItaI Intt Inttcosinemtal ¬
continental Rubber Company and andsobarNnate its itssubordinate Its4ID
subordinate 4ID companies com was about aboatpoaDds 1MOB 1MOBN lLIOOII
OII N poaDds jMTiin mds r or less than S per cent of o1whale the theDepth thewbeIe
whale wbeIeDeptk Deptk of Xgaoraace XgaoraaceTo I ITo eraace eraaceTo
To say that the advance which took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place from month to month In the theof price priceof pricecrude
of crude rubber throughout the world worldfrom worldfrom worldfrom
from from 79 cents In 1902 19O to 43 in Dl 1910 was wasior wasCASTOR
CASTOR fA IAFor I IFor
For infests and Children CMldrentlfl
nfl 9 KM KiadYau Yen 1 Hare HareBaT5 Always Bwglf Beg Begtttlre I IBeasthe
Boars Beasthe the theSignature 1f8 d dSgmtureot
f
Signature oi I I
I
I
owing to an unimportant IDcreueto Increase O
hum s to ft per coat la JLagnst A ttQ on oaa
Importation a affecting UIaa th anleer an 1 Icent pel I
cent Ia value of tile total product of ofrubber a
rubber displays dbpi ys a depth of faraoraaee faraoraaeewhich noraae noraaewhich
which baa rarely teen reached reachedddiem The
date that tide same change of from E 3 j
to X per cent enabled a partywho party who whoally never neverInectton
I
bad ally interest whatever 01 any COD
notion with any one engaged hi lamanufacture the themanufacture
manufacture trture of rubber to advance the tinprice e I Iprice I
price of all rubber III products and tos to toproG male makaw
+ w s profits proG out of ouch advances ad admarteloua vaaoes a i
discloses a marvelous aptitude for flc ac acn n c
ion n in narrative narrativeAs
As to dividends dJvlden paid by the Inter International International ¬
national Rubber Company on its pre prethis I
formed stock In the early earl months of
this present year I will say 7 these th eve
were deferred p payments > mentll of cumulative e
dividends deferred deferred as the theof earnings earn earnof saga j jcould
j of the company hal theretofore bee
naod In the development of its 1 bust 1I8I
ne Not one Jl million UIoD of tile earnlap earnt
from which the dividends were werecould aId p
could be attributed as I have el elstated aJrea4y alstated
stated to the tariff of 0 the Unit UDitea1 IIni I
States or to any aD change in tariff tarUfI tart ff
ratee ratesThe rateeThe rateeTbe
I The change in t the e tariff oa manu mansrubber ¬
factures of rubber ruI l not otherwise otherwiseonunended pro
ided ecI for from U to 3L per eeJat it h
paragraph h 43 war not made 01 rec
onunended for protective pr teettYe par 1llpOlJa pvrposesat poses or orat
at the instance of or for the benefit aof of ofany
any domestic manufacturer It Itmade was
made m upon the recommendation recommendationtT of ofmiaistrative
the TrelLaury tT experts solely leIy for administrative ad
miaistrative pnposes pnposesjUMrieaas pupoaeaA puposesAmericans
Americans A Ia Co ctreL ctreLrile CentrLThe tr L LThe
The tact is that at the time the theact tariff tariffact tarIJract
act was passed the American rubber rubbemanufacturer r j
manufacturer had for most cusses of of1IDdIspUted o ogoods j
goods undisputed control of theAmeican the j
Antericaa market and ha a number of ofcases 1 1esses ieua
cases the domestic producer P was able ableto ableto ableto
to export some portion of his product productto i ito
to other countries The statistics Ra statisticsubmitted stlcs stlcsaub1l1Jtte 1 1submitted
submitted by the Finance FIDan Committee j jof
of the Senate in April 19O9 showed a avalue avallie avalue
value of manufactured products la hat inthe j
the country oonn T ia 1e4 of UIHO I48fr o i j jwhile I IwlaJe
while the Imports of the classes re referred referred ¬
ferred to have never reached la value yal ae
1 Per cent of the domestic produc production ¬ j i
don tionThere I
There has been in recent years a
i
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Freckles I
0 OM8 aae ce Frccfelei Always FrocMei Preckledfie IT ITLoader i iLoaScr
Loader er Tme TnteH TrueHew H w to toBesMTO toeBeJHvo
BesMTO Quickly QaicklyMiss Q1 oItly oItlyE
Miss E E M Berger of Beloit Wbt Wbtlieved Wisalong
alGa with tho tboaaanis of others WlLI 1te 1teBeve4 be
hewed it impossible to remove frock 1reckIetI frecklee I Ilea
lea aDd that shed always 1 have them j I
She knows better now She heard of ofKlntbo ofXbatbo
Klntbo grot a atwoou twoounce pertrsge e and andtells a andtells d dten
tells her expeieace exp once In the following f + wing
letter letterI
I I was always ahrrr of the opbooa that freckle freckleooald frecklesa
a ooald sld 14 MOT toe removed hot I thenskt > nlrt I Iwould Iwoul4 Iwould
would sr Ve s KimOut a trial trial mad it Itut IMS in troir troirGet trdyosnvaoa
osnvaoa sae ut freckles CAlC CAlCIt be mows
It bI Ire4 11 11 7CMt e elmst for It ILGet ItGet
Get a a twoounce package of Xlnth Kiathoextra Xlnthextra o oextra
extra strength strengthgat gat at toilet toiletcounter goods goodscounter goodscounter
counter of Peoples Drug Store or
PaViis Pa is Royal and see how quickly 4I ck1y it itwill
will banish your freckleSpecial freckles frecklesSpecial freckJesSpecial
Special Low LowSummer LowSummer LowSummer
Summer Prices PricesPAINLESS PricesON A Ai7R
ON ONDentalW BL BLDental
DentalW Dental Work WorkFAIDiL ork orkGAS
GAS ADKIXISTEkJID ADKIXISTEkJIDPAINIZSS
PAINLESS FAIDiL sC EXTRACTING EXTRACTINGPbooe g STRACTINGzone CTING CTINGPbooe
Pbooe atato JWZ 1DR
DR VAUGHAN VAUGhANDiann 1 1211 f fFflWAC fSlNW
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FOR the theC c maiaten maiatenmce
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i Conduct of Progressive ProgressiveI ProgressiveLeaders ProgressiveLeaders
I Leaders HeldUp Held Up as asCQntenapfible asCQDtew asefm
CQntenapfible CQntenapfibleconsiderable CQDtew CoutP CoutPeonslderable efm ffble ffbleJetAbI
considerable JetAbI railing off te the value
of the imports of robber manufact
ares 1 owing largely to the fact that
the American 1eric 1ericy ericao an jDejtufacturers were
gradually y taking possession of the
American market for automobile uo lIe
tires and am to the flu Snot that tvo tu o of the
ajost most tmpo important pot st t arakers akeh of ofun tlre Urea
mcheim Michel and thaC t Or attaeatal IItI 1 Company Companyatted
transferred their planta for tile theply AlP
piT Of their Amoeba IDIbIt to tM tAenlted
tJaIted atted States Statesnance Stat StatWbea StatesWhen
When the tariff 11III1 ht 1 reached tile lb ft Fl
canoe ca Committee It was stated to as by
the Treasury ex exsigned x experts wile had beep as as asttb
signed ttb by the e rreoiiHat IAA to ardthe ardtheamend sarist tIM thocommittee
committee c in the prepaxatioa pep w 1DII oa of atmeet dmeats amend amendments ¬
meet that tt was w as extremely 6 desteahle AIh
that the thelrai lrai lraitss rates tss of of duty imposed by para paragraphs aasegraphs ¬
graphs 14 14C 4ZW fib and 4it oftiM oftiMHouse et etHoa the
House e bill on the miscellaneous 1 1tacturenI manu manufacturers aaeufhcturers ¬
facturers of various materials II should ho b e
I form vith the rates tapered oa shnl shnlSxpert sis t
Jar maaut manufactures ia other pI l ofDB u uIIBL
DB IIBL t
IIBLkpert Sxpert Tfijpui Inrauiii InrauiiiThe T IaeseaseThe L Lbe
The statements of facts that lei tothe to totho to1M
the unanimous ft unania > teas ronelaalrm c of the Fl Flaaace PI PIaaaee P1naaoe
aaace naaoe Commtttee o Oe and the eonf eonffB eonfIff ooafeeeaee ooafeeeaeecommittee
fB committee i tt to recommend r aa increaseduty increase or ordaty 8C41Ity
duty on the trthdos named in Inpapb para paragraph parsgraph ¬
graph 463 0 wets dearly set forth Ialeeter ta a aletter aletter
letter of Judge Sharretxs to meThe me meThe meTIle
The committee found that if tile do docvred desired dbtfred
sired uniformity was obtained by mat mattag JDaItilia
tag all the rate m per oat instead ofE of
35 par cent this would have bay involved aloss a aloss aao
loss of revenue leVenuba based i upon the importaUuaa IIIQJortticas
Uons of TA6Of of f more than half a aUuIa mfl mulion mflnoa
lion dollars Therefore tte they > decided to tor torecommend
r recommend ead tile uniform rate of tit > i pea peaceDL perant
cent centIt ceDLIt antIt
It was not believed nor do I believe believethat believethat believethat
that this rate was In any ease eIIeTab iAunisfvfi esegstvtTake iAunisfvfiTake
Take the ease of rubber rubberf manufactures manufacturesfor uu uufor
for f fam itmtaac White It is trae that t1Iatper thatper 3 3per
per cent cen was ample for protective par parposes patposes
poses for tofor a huge class of goods goodsartktee the thearticles tbeartIcIe
articles which were ere principally + Imported Importedunder ImportedaDder importeduider
under these paragraphs w wee e of a char character ebaract character ¬
acter which would not be burdened baitenedetce burdenedeven J eRed eRedrieB
rieB even from the standpoint staD JOtDt of a revenue revenetariffby revenuetariff revea reveatarUrby
tarUrby tariff by a du y of S per cent centThe cenLTIle centThe
The principal importations of robber rubbermanufactures robbermanufactures rabbetatactures
manufactures atactures ures covered by these various YaI1oapuacJaIh variousparagraphs variousparagraphs
paragraphs were rubber dolls do dollstas rubber rubberto
tas to > s druggists supplies supp te5 fancy ey articles articlesand
and novelties of various vat + ws kinds kindssition The Thepoand im impositioB 1mpnltloa
positioB poand sition of an extra duty of 5per 5 per leiwould cent ceatwould centnot
would certainly certainlyany not be a hardship to toaay tItaa
any t one interested in these articles articlesWhen articlaWIleD articlesWhen
When we consider that the average rateupon rate rateupon rate1IJKD
upon all articles imported into theUnited the theUnited the1JJII
United States Stat under the act of JIll to intb in inth IntlaA
tlaA th neighborhood of U i per cent cer certainly certainly ¬
tainly 5 ser cent could not be an ex excessive esrate excepive ¬
cessive rate in this case from tr any a81TtaaI a81TtaaIpobd stand standpoint staadpo ¬
po point pointla pobdT
T biMetsaeat t f LMt LMtI Imacgeix ImacgeixIn
la I the tariff discuastoas J ion ftIII of ofhsprotective other otherpolicy
days 711 the ahvet of tile thepolicy protective 1t 1tpolley
policy have usually been caned to tomeet toIaeet tomeet
meet In debate men with wit convictions convictionsoa ooovtctienson
oa the anItJeetDeIDocra subject Democrats of cactor char character c cacter har ms msso ¬
acter whose theories of ofiffered government governmentdiffered so At AtdI1knd
differed d completely from those oat held heldby heldby heldby
by Republican protectiei protectieiwho protec pent pentho tIIt tIItwbo
who w ho had some me regard for the theo accuracy accuracyof
of o their r statements and some knout knowledge tmow1edcP knoutd ¬
edge of the subjects q they theyNow dterussed dterussedMow db nat + ed edNow d
Now attacks upon a Republican RepublicanPresident RepuiUeanPresldeDt Lean Leanis
President P residentby and Republican Republicanpolitical measures are areled areled
led by men menand whose political existence existencedepends tt n
depends ads upon their capacity capacltyand and to tothis
this thl there seems to be no limit limittor limittor8Dd for i imisrepresentation
misrepresentation and the ignorance ignoranceof I
of their adhereata Strangely enouglin enough enoughthis enougtthl
this thl little group of men ie very small slm in inn l
number n has arregat arregatleaders arrogated to itself the themembers theof
leaders f of the peop + estveb and its itsberB 1 is i if
members prate about the treatment of oftfae oftile o f
tile tariff as a moral qaestlon tion Very Verytruly YertnIIy
truly t yours 70
yoursNELSOX NELSON W W ALDRICH ALDRICHALLEGED ALDRICHALLEGED
ALLEGED A ABDUCTOR ABDUCTORLODGED ABDUCTORLODGED
LODGED IN JAIL JAILCHARtOTTE JAILCHAIU J JfIiARIATrE
CHARtOTTE N C c Attn 12 U8herUr U8herUrWallace Sheriff SheriffWallace tt
Wallace has arrived in the city with withJames wttbZames withJames tth h
James Lemmonds and Mrs s J C C Cfr Furr FurrLemroonds hrrfrom
from fr om Louisville Louisvillei X7 X7Lemmo1ds
watt Lemroonds is tscoDJlaed i confined ia I Jail 3d1with to toawait toaalt
i He
await a bearing rtn Me wHl bs be charged chargedwith eIIaraeoaw1th
with adduction a aaductUo4 ucUo O on accooat of his 1atslaai hisbs nlsbavins
bavins bs taken with him when be beeloped beeJo b bloped e
laai eloped eJo e with lth Mrs Furr t a small child childof dlUdoL chit d ed
of o f Mr r Furr Mrs Purr has employed employedcounsel epJoTedcoUD8el employedounsel
counsel c to enable eDal le her to retain her lIerdUd herCBfld
dUd dUdTOWN
TOWN CELEBRATES CELEBRATESALBION CELEBRATESALBION CELEBRATESALBION
ALBION N Y Aug 12 l1The The town town of
Clarendon celebrated C the scent scentIts centennial of
its I first still settlement Congressman C engreasrnan Wil William W1Jltam ¬
liam Sober of New York delivered d nvered th thadA the theaddress theoltbe e
address adA + ess of oltbe the day
I I ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS ORDERSMOVEMENS MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS I
ARMYCaptain ARMY ARMYCaptain ARKYcptain
Captain MILTON A ELLIOTT Jr Jrcommissary Jrcounn1 Jrcommissary
commissary counn1 sary upon the completion of
bin duty at West est Point to return to
Us proper station In this city and andthr aDdtbtTt andthcrafter
thr thcrafter after to t proceed pre eed to Fort Benja Benjamin Benjamin ¬
min Harrison for duty at th the camp campof campof
of instruction at a that place as di directed die diereet directed ¬
rected d in tb the order citedLeave cited citedLeav citedLeave
Leave of absence ab for four months to totake toPike tosake
take effect upon the l1e completion ofhis of
his hi duties with the camp of instruc instruction tnqructioD tnatruction ¬
tion Atascadero Cal is gianted giaatedCaptain giantedtaln anted antedctaIn
Captain taln GLENN H DAVIS Twelfth
Infantry InfantlTJI1nt InfantryFirst Tantry TantryFirst
First Lieutenant nt JOSEPH O 1TAU 1TAUBORGNE IIIAUBORGlIIE YAUBORGNE
BORGNE Third Infantry Is detailed detailedas
as an instructor at the he Army S Signal nal
School Fort Leavenworth Ran and andupon andupon andupon
upon the the coarpietlon con pl etlon of ofhb ofhbd1It1e his present re redtfee
duties with Company A A Signal Co Cowill Corpswill Corps Corpswill
will report l port in person to the com commandant commaDdaDt commandant ¬
mandant of the Army ServiceSchools Service Services
Schools s for duty accordingly accordinglyQofonei attordinglyoIoDeI
Qofonei FRANK BAKER Ordnance De Department DepatJnelt Do Dopartment ¬
partment will make not to exceedens exceed exceedoo es esODe
oo ODe vhttt per werk during th the months monthsof
of September October and Decembe DecemberMa Decembe1M DeCembeflil4
> Ma to th the works of the Cots Pat Pateat Pateat
eat JIIna Firearms Manufacturirg Com Company Comi Cornpany ¬
pany and the Pratt and Whitneyronhpany WhitneyCom WhitneyCompany WbltlleYCompans
pany Hartford Coon on o cUI 1ctalpertainlJlc
business pertaining to the inspection inspectionof lD
of ordnance material In process of ofmanufacture ofunI
manufacture unI for f r the Ordnance De Dertment
partment partmentCaptain tCaiMaba pa rtment
Captain B C BRYAN Captain C H
HARLOW Cantata C taIn C A CARRc CARR CARRrfaiilsglniini CARRCC
c CC cloned I captains from July u1y I ICammaDder
019 019Commander IL ILt7mlmander I
Commander K C TWINING Command Commander cftdI cftdIer
er T P MAGRUDER GRUDER Commander CoID r
W V PRATT Commander G R
MARVELL commissioned cammand cammander mmandtRJID
er ern from July uJy 1 1 19JO 19JOlieutenant DQUft i3AUsatenant
lieutenant Uft DaDt Commander H C DDfGER
Lieutenant Commander L L SHANE E E
lieutenant Commander A N
MITCHELL Lieutenant Commander
F B L L PRFNaV PI ni r commissioned u lieu lieutenant a atenant uteBaat
tenant commarxlers COIDIII8I from July J 1 1910 1910Lseotenaat WeL6eateDaat Iti9Lieutennt
Lseotenaat A A C STOTT JR Lieuten Lieutenant euteDant IJeutwant ¬
ant E S ROOT Lieutenant A A W
SEARS BEARS oommiasipiaed 00JIImb oomnhls Ded lieutenants BeateaantoUewenanUIIWro
fhm January aauaIT SI 31 31Lieutenants JIll JIllIIeuteBant8
UewenanUIIWro Lieutenants W O SPEARS L J K
POOLED ML A F CARTER A J
JAMES commissioned COIIUDtaioDeda17 fdoned nontenants
from July a17 1 1 mo molieutenants DIOLIeuteDaDts
lieutenants Junior grade J J J LOK
DON I L N hfcNAIR MCN H R GREEK
LEE I L W TOWNSECTD B H HJuntor B H8TEEL
STEELE 8TEEL co mm mmjedoued jedouedE JIII boraaao YU
junior grade from froJanuary Jannary 1U7 a II ms
P Knsign nsig F T CHEW detached dna
PreMa duty Rowan RowanMidshipman RowanMIdahJpmIm RowanMidahipmin
Midshipman T J KELKHRR detach detached ¬
ed duty Virginia i to Naval So irttT irttTana 1
Lu ADIma8 L CaL for oIIeerriIaIoa obeeevationand
and treatment treatmentSurgeon t NtmenL8unreon
Surgeon H R M TOLFREE TOLFREEed TOIFR EE EEed oo I Ied etr
ed surgeon D from March 24 34 151ft 151ftPassed 1010Famed
Passed Assistant S istant Surgeon A H AL ¬
LEN detached duty with naval val rifle rifleteam rifleteam rickNt
team Y J910 to dnt dntPassed duty Naval aaI BOQItal
Newduty
Navy Nt Nta a Anst Yard Ne York N Y
Passed Assistant nt Surgeon 8 S S S I L HIO ffiQGIN HIOGIXS
GIN GINs commissioned oned passed assistantsurgeon assistant assistantsurgeon aadatantfrom
surgeon from November 12 1 Itts IttsPassed
Passed AssJstat Paymaster ite iteCVNNELL T H HC
UNWELL C detached detachedto duty Cleve Cleveland levelaD ¬
land to dt dvty b N Nland Nay Tan Yard Bare Mare Is Ishad b bN
land CaL CaLNaval + al alNaval
N Naval Constructors ora W WB JldNTBE Y W WB WB
B FERGUSON JR JT A Atf A 8PIL
JLajt JILr tf A coanmssioneo o rt isned ae4 1 aavai ii construe construetor caetructo oorttuator 4
tor from Julrl JulrlMachinist Jun u 1 I DIe DIechJ 1010achlaist
Machinist chJ H CHAMPENO orders of
July uJy SB II E1110 m 8M duty California revoked revokedJCAJtDfB okecI okecICORPS
JCAJtDfB CORPS CORPSMajor CORPSJor CARPSNajor
Major W C NEVILLE granted JtIIIIdIeIIf leave leaveof leaveof
of absence for one month fro floeacceptaDce date of ofacceptance ofL
acceptance acceptanceMajor acceptaDceajor
Major ajar D IX PORTER FO RTER A A A A A L Lffaif 1 1IIqsHai
IIqsHai ffaif ffaifKever
H ealtb ealtbNever
Never Fails to Restore Gray GrayHair GrayHair I
Hair to its Natural Cob and andNo andBeauty laidBeauty
Beauty BeautyNo
No matter how long it has beengray been beengray beenor
gray or faded Promotes a luxuriant luxuriantgrowth l11X11rlantgrowth
growth of healthy hair Stipe St tps its itsfalling ItIIfall
falling fall out sad mt aosfttreir psi + Bveif eIT yBveify res lMMvesKee lMMves T s sBeuvaTvat
BeuvaTvat t Keeps Kee hair soft and glossyWill glossy glossyWill d J1
Will not soil skin or linen Will not notinjure I
injure your hair Is at a tiye iy I
1 1 alai of iso hotttea at t olBftfJato olBftfJatoSend 4 4SeD4 is isSend
Send 2c for free books The Care ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Hair and Skin PhIlo Hay Spec
Co Newark N N J IT LA S 8 A AXays Ax
Xays Hars aa osp unequalled e for tile thoComplexion tileComp1exloa thetoilet
Complexion toilet and d bath e red rough roughchapped
chapped hands Keeps skin fine and aadsoft ad80ft
soft 25o i druggists druggistsPeoples dru druggl 8ta 8taJI is isZasan
Zasan JI ALTa g gPeopJes
Peoples Pharmacy Rehs Modern ModernPharmacy ModernPbarmac ModernPharmacy
Pharmacy Stevens Pharmacy Sparks SparksBros SparksEros
Eros 2 stores
i
Better Tliaii Movme Prdure Theaters Theatersto
i iHave
Have Yon 100 to toto i
1000 1000Have to Invest InvestRare I II I I IRare
Rare Chance to Share ShareWith ShareWithUs With WithUs I
Us Big Profits in a Nice Nicensiness NiceCIe3n I
Clean Business BusinessT nsinessTP i iHE
TP HE Capital Fin Co offers not more than 5000 of ofI afi 1
1 I its i shares The business is manufacturing moving movinglecture
lecture pi ure films and is is vastly more profitable than the themoving themovog I IUUY
moving UUY jiicture 1 1re theater end of the business businessPudtry bithtesFactoy
Pudtry and studio completely equipped and in open open1x op I
1x 1 ti + Only y a few f days da to tot take advantage of r tins opportunity O OIt 1 i j I
lroSi r in J this business are big There is IS in m sight bins yarp yarplarger ss <
larger than we can take care of AH money aiey to be used ex exclusively ¬ i I
elusively for the develdpmeot deV1 deYeld e roent d this tmlus business bus Stock Stockoffered Shodoffered
offered is treasury stock No high salaried officers Businesseconomically Business Businesseconomically BusinesseconomicaJ1y I
economically conducted conductedThis concludedThis
I IThis
This Stock When Business Is IsExtended IsExtended
Extended Should Pay Not Less LessThan LessThan I
LTh Than an 10 Each Three Months MonthsCapital PJlonfihsCapital
Capital Film Co Co11th
11th St and Pa Ave N E Coy CorEttiraBce Coytffiiraace
tffiiraace EttiraBce ea Elcveatk 54xoetL Strcet
wed leave of absence for one onemonth onemonth
month from data of acceptance acceptanceFirst aecepbmcet D81
First F bent Lieutenant t ROBERT ROBI tT TITTOIappotatsd TITToI TPPTONIappointed
appointed acting sartattmt Yri quarter ouarterer tuartermuter quartermaster
muter u S x If c C far er duty as post postFirst poetbermaster
bermaster at MMtae IInadta r rNavy
Xa Navy Yz < CbarIe CberlesconFirst Marten So C CPInt CBarracss
First Lieutenant C F WILLIAMSgnMStsd WILLIAMS WILLIAXSleave
gnMStsd leave of eace s ha once for one onemaoth ODeJIMIdk onemeth
maoth and tea days from S September SeptemberTIM
7 TIM IXMLCaptain TIMCaptain
Captain 7Cap I L I1 B PURE PURGBLI LL granted JoB JoBof rnextomion ji jiextension
extension of leave for one month monthst IJJcaIJeute
JJcaIJeute i rit st Lieutenant J J M Kur b ADB grant granted sraatedJeav grantedleave ad adfeava
leave of absence for one month from fromdata IRor fromdate
data of orCaptaJa acceptance acceptanceCaptain acceptanceCaptain
Captain R R S HOOKER relieved 1JDI 1JDIdllt7 rota rotaComma a aduty
duty aide aidedecaarp de J to Major Gee GeoecaI Geeoral
ecaI oral Comma 00 Boamandant rat aaa 1IIi detached detachedfrom deaclaulfrom detachedfrom
from headquarters u S S M C c to todaty todaty toduty
daty Marine Barracks Naval Sta StaLieatenant Sffitbn
tIoa su 3 Jima P Jt B BLieutenant
Lieutenant Colonel C L XeCAWLVT
A A A Q M granted leave of absence absencefor absencefor
for seventeen eDteeD days from date of ac acceptance ac acceptaDCf acceptance ¬
ceptance ceptanceCaptain ceptaDCfCaptain ceptanceCaptain
Captain J S Sa TURRILL granted leave leaveoT leaveab leaveoa
oT oa absence ab for on one month from date dateof dateof dateof
of acceptance
Hirst Ilsiitniism E B A A O6TKRXAXK z
and Second lieutenant L t R R E ADAMS
granted leave of absence for twenty
from date of acoe acceptance acceptanceCaptain aace aaceCapvwte te teCaptaIa
Captain J W WADLEIOH appointed
Judge advocate of general court courtMartial COUTtBATT courtmartial
Martial navy yard Boston Massvie Mass Maasvie
vie Ytoc Captain 3 J STR3HINGEB ffi lUt
u S s M C relieved
Captain 7 C LAKDBR appointed appointedmember appointedmember
member of general conrtmartlal to tocotnrea toCIOIIftIte toconvene
convene on board ti tile U S s S S Deli Delaware De1WUe Deliware ¬
ware warest August 15 Ji 3 1SIt f
First Bkr st Ueataaaat J t E B B XTLSR M LLI ILER quail
fle < for nromottA nromottAMOVEMEHTS III IIIXOYEJlEHTS n nMOVEMENTS
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS VESSELSArrived VESSELSArrtnclW1MeI VESSELSArriwedWheeling
ArriwedWheeling Arrived ArrtnclW1MeI WBeelfos and Petrel at atSouth
Singapore South Dakota at t San SanLajmoB
JI Choctaw at Norfolk
LajmoB at New London CalUornlat California Californiaat
at Saa Francisco Delaware at
Boston Vicksburg at Corinto CorlntoIowa
tailedAjax 8aUed 1aX Boston for Newport rt
Iowa Indiana and Massachusetts Kaaacbu etts
Horta for Solomons Island
Georgia Philadelphia for New Newport Sewport Newport ¬
port
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Store Will Be Open Till 6 oClock Tomorrow TomorrowThe TomorrowThe Tomorrowthe
The Biggest One Days Selling of ofin ofWomens ofWomens
Womens fine Waists Waistsn
in n the History of ofOur ofOur ofOur
Our Store StoreWomens StoreWomens StoreWomens
Womens Fine Waists wSl ra be vzcola besoW resold
soW tomorrow at onethird or orneaitj CXnearly
ti nearly so of their actual va uesDont valuesI values valueskind
I Dont Jet an nnrhwWhr vyyo oQporEuoity J of this thistriad
V kind get away Safe starts x at t 8 Soclock 8oclock
L oclock oredock sharp Be here when theWomens the thestore theT
T store I opens opensWomens r
J Womens Waists WaistsWorth Waists WaistsWorth
p Worth Up to X200 X200at 200 200atSOc 200at
atSOc atSOcWusis at 50c 50cVaists 50cWaists
Waists worth up p to 300 at 100 100Waists 100 100Waists
1 yy Waists worth up to 400 40O at gi5o gi5oWaists 11aoI 150 150Waists
I 1 a Waists worth up to S50O 500 at 200 200Waists 200 200Waists
V Waists worth up to 600 600 at 250 250Waists 25Q 25QWaists 230wasts
Waists worth th ug to S7oo 70O at 5300 5300Waists 30O 30OWacts 300Waists
Waists worth up to S80O 800 at 350 S35oIADIS 350LADIES 33o
LADIES HOSIERY
x Fine Ribbed Silk Lisle
Hose in colors double heel OET OETaad
lid toe Special SpecialChildren 25 25c DL DLChildren C CCldklrea
Children Lace Lisle LI Hose dou dou1IJe donhis ¬
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vales SpecIal SpecialChildrens 39 39c C CChildrens
Childrens Fine Ribbed HOBo Ho r
black and tan taD double knee kneeheel kneeheel
heel aaa toe l lie c value knee15c f jr jrSpecial
Special SpecialChildrens 15c 15cCbU4rs JLDC JLDCChildrens 5c
Childrens Fancy Socks OCTs OCTsall
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all sixes Special pecla1 pecla1Childrens OC OCChildrens C CChIld
Childrens ChIld rea Fancy Stockings black black35c blacktt blackand
and SpedaL white tt 30c 7 35c 35CaAfl 40c Afl ± uC
75c 168uUon Silk Lisle Gloves 6loves39c
39c Pair Pair7ic
= Iadieu iIboftn 55k IAsie Gloves In black and white regalar
7ic u 39c
Ladies La 12 1 and 1Ml ICBatton Chant Chantotaette Cbmobette Chamoisette
oisette Gloves OIoY in natural aataralcolor Jataarlcolor naturalcolor
color regular = LSS value f7ff 17
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