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Year . 1uet792 w"hajoos bmad ----wa. the Wt '. tt t f the tt the Atim.~tre the as 'tl~ 5 N g : 4 Ie kwzt apter, P t hour in to 4jemgrtad With his pA rhdeWt nhe o Ec~rt a before 4q not know whetner ee of tes In convincing t nt honor of. however si4ere cans cwotoh him red fattry - Y. ausr t. In the H-tt ired hierwes upa on hie -ofM , hi V~phsI ointment ove the when o bu aspt the Bay r on wa et . arraut a u.e4.' he ieolsre&.ad.gs h n~ps r presred no trceans uala coe I kiqow that he. In his ezewinuiou of frnduhlp for Great kitja uai net a word i too acm of the truth. I kno mt repro lMats whiaste m.eam his hiatt. .St :w goAnt e*pteilon of good will, bwove sincere, can coctrol the -Ae otls a 6ad10-Dugss it r a alour wau impartial. es' cattered--b flowers upon hi. when you buy Aspirin. 'Bayer" on tablets, you are in prescribed by physicians afe. by millions for ache Rhaumatism algia f itt_ Ma Pain pain whih contains proper directions. -Abe bottbs of ht and 100-Druggists. rteqlth b. 'e. Celebration part year -happily and F- nnat I ssery . t It,* esiaainris wi station that estes -xs qra Ieg ," .e . w 0 1 - . regattA ter r On sf v s - oentg - TomP parab to the ""a IS the oen ih Ubri~ISie . I36have t. et Oreati Bd a , thatI the influence -a! keen c ercised on te -als of warred Mwit Dele e. M. jarrut eusIen es, take -tUis Jostitee.00.th. Durt tho hfge .rBritish motives as a refleotioa Wntab the sinberity ft his own P faweit Gruat Brkeain. i he b4to856 to defendhiflU . - slight Meg that I ea tI the motives ed.., Bujtonu,. t Frenchmsnt p "the words spok en by at t beginl of *y speech w . bear witneym tp the af fectionae - which have cap tinually inektdb thoughts. I then 'stated Clearly that the zi~t ind the safety Of are" Britain tub one of the-easetialIof peace of the worM. Even our., own canny Mr. Hughes, whom we - hid thought bey the pale of such diplomatic ordadh. found himself carr ed awe! by th)is swelling tide of .mutual admiration. He followed the rench nnaple and proceeded thus to estao the greatnou of the British representati've,: "It has been the highest privilege to listen to the strong and person. sAve argumsents of Mr. Balt. It would be superfluous to say that the arguments he addrjssi to he com mittee had been prfpet In oonstrue tion and comprehe veness and ad mlrable in their entire candor. AU present mtut feel that they are his debtors for the intellectual pleasure ht has given them." Mr. Hughes was unkind enough to Indicate that he did not believe that Mr. Balfour's arguments for the aball tion of the submarine would prevail. But he did po in a speech that seemed almost tearful In its regret that the British oratory should prove so fute. At least this is the impression he seemed to make upon the representa tives of Britannia, and Mr. Balfour hastened to may to Mr. Hughes: "Will you allow ie to egpress, on behalf not only of myself but of my colleagues on the British empire dele gation, our thanks for the speech which' you have Just delivered. We think that It is the happiest augury for the future. We regard your utter ance as a great step foeward, and we do not doubt that it will find an echo in all parts of the civilised world and will greatly promote the cause we have so much at heart." Japan Jebs the Chorus. Finally, the stoic Japanese, inun dated by a full day of such flattery and counter-flattery, could no longer resist the temptation to join In the glad chorus. Late in the afternoon Mr. Hanihara took the floor to de clare: "The Japanese delegation has been profoundly Impressed by the able and powerful arguments of their most esteemed British colleagues against submarines, which It has been not only a privilege but an lnspirtatien to listen to. "And yet," he said, evidently struggling to keep back his tears. "the Japanese delegation is unable. I have to confess, to convirnce itself that the submarine was not an ef netive and necessary weapon for de fense." Then to the credit of Mr. Hanihara he it said, he made a cruel and cold blpoded argument for the Japanese position. That is the way in which thee. tatesmen are maneuvering even In their secret sessions, to bury each +ther in flattery, In the hope that 'hey will be able to win something, not for the peace of the world. but 'or the imperialistic ambitions they have come to Washington to repre sent. It would make a wonderful Im pression on the man in the street If he could sit through a series of these conferences. But he would never vote to ratify the treaties that these statesmen, make. Former Labor Leader Buried. CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa, Dec. 37. William Preston Daniels. grand sec retary of the Order of Railway Con ductors from 18783 to 1135. who died in Denver, Col., on December 22, was buriedhere yested. wn break a CoMl, Fever aml Crime qemice thmm m.reh we know. preventime r--minI $522Suday Excursion NEW YORK Ihe essee Useee Sunday, January 8 SPECIAL TUROUOE TRAIN ..t..s lm... ..0..,. e.... liea the heart o New Terk Cher, 1teraUg h~aves New .k :80 et..m..e'Tre..*""' Pensyvania System the nEst et th massese EMSi * 4 _71,,7 W IT tow v,.. i r..ue. i ..ev~ Ar ~ib Rai. r~ uE at Off Rgar Prihcei ."sOrAawqt ale ef Mygae . dCU.W**t A.e. rew rws ...w twg rid. q:+res Sa I of Ok rla Unquestionably -one of the retpst iuonqybavlu opportw lttes 'ehd ofired in $30Valve j4.O Values our dh dptment-tyaptltwul sin -o tie '"' 'd 'P no~ 1 eovabl& welted stdl "qlo' and w dase-4 ia c ea be pit.tojoad' us for i at~Ru pble purposu-4 or hat trlzpmhags Watp, dria ilimiq .and 9I0~*9 scores: of other Creeds.. 1 In geifor diihwwt lota sad acid by the plow.-not by the yard. Lsh ;T. 5' Values $ 10.00 Valum btAiao lty. I~~ On Lok Two L .a Thi F~q ___.___ ,____ _5 II Every year we secure the mill's surplus lots al Cow forts at a discount of oni -third -= event -that- provides "saai ansactually worth up to $.00andW 560 yri a %Vfw 'V4A ~tyo ts dri the sao.Sm fteCmot aemd ShDuytm ". Spt ai ... cmn rp*....CStin... Hygeta brand cotton. Gre.do .. . Rtigadeforts, while teothers haw e oruings of sIUkgnes, silk-likes UMO SnkI ... 4.. ef6., et&- meorcerised cambric. and (tes.t satusm. Great 'arievof colrAdCm asf iso oe ~ etesWl Wtehe o000wt fvrdtrenes s ?t ieobr li ore P. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~wt figre Maners Slum . 7.O o w o e ll -eodAeao72etbr i al., 723M, Od 72uW (out sue), N. to aeile~ a iW3 h oawUnthtal-so *5Ot tb ~I al for do, beds. NesShr0%of toN !femslws. I ew let White Chifton Voiles Sheets-w 4ases---Spreads c YaFd Worth Regularly Full 40 _ At Very Special Prices Twc?"s o seTomorow-a most opportune time to buy for winter quality in stripes,. cheeks an nported i i V a e inesh two ar e erylow, and in every instance the fine sheer two ply quality, with a beautiful georgette finish, ideal for 2l4nch Drems Ginabmaw, in staple waists and children's dresses. Full 40 inches wide. and fancy checks. warranted fast $139Le glth 9c gcWit (gael, supror quallt* ssamiless Bleached Sheets; IlaS- colon fine mat t finish quality. $1.39 Longeloth, 98ec W ie ,Ic 1sfrduebd.Eeyoepreti 9 seS brFaueI -inch Locloth a fine softevery respect.................................. .....27-ch Bleched Shaker Fnnel finish a uto in M llow T es--4nzottBeaceo Cases linen heavy double fleeced gradeyr ton each pies. White warm winter garments. sheer quality. for walsts" or Ipecial t................................... ..... . .a. . siis~rs..4-1 *Fler. $3 L $. d Unbleached sheeting-yard-wide Unbleached Sheeting; a$2.79 $o36 Loia Englis $2.79 cPiseCrp,29 havy round t thread cotton. munch in demand for main 14c No. 250 Imperial English Long cloth, ten yards in each piece; a 0-Inch Crops in pink. A5 .. . .MP W fine soft finis~h grae for Ild flesh and white; a fine teroae-. AN Cru oble bped me p ladgrdefo udervarmet n Ato Maocbai s.pers. ful obed, riee. 11 and luxaO double bed misc 69c White.. ges, hed 21 59pCqaiy. .. at"wo lnkt.palab le Gee sleHade*Zies-rielst. *h and gray. as Vew as .plain with Wlue or pink boreders; 34-inch White Novelty Voiles, Minch White Indian Head. a h extra fine sheer, two-ply quality, heavy len finish qualty. mI i-Freu6 !es. in white woven checkr, af stripe. dots and figures.. s eer is for W ast ' er. cPle $25 Brusels Rugrepe,29c 9ll-t. SLw--Ful Seamlen $1"2 - Flannelette Garm ents Rugs of dependable quality that :1x27 large sin re o ws will give long service and atisa- ere4 wit heavy at anr tick. For omenand hilren 0.I-UrSI1. O~l ace abrc, F 1ClQed with sterilized cuarled feath Fnedcheap printed un.t. Wesmem'g Nightgown,. uood 3inch ow IndaHses, o kind usually advertised at similar heavy Quality, with double flannelette. in various ltipes l ow p rices. ly ~~~~~~~~enth fmi 2 to 10 yars. Cran, ht rcuolm2 yokes, with and without collars; and plain white; made with ' t.ua SalmsBuses i lwtan iilk braid. Extra In wait band and flounce; er. ilksRs. wwmae Fe nsp ps-o lannelette arm ean .i"t adu l W n ie costa, good heavy quality i a sorted stiped effects; doub$7.50 ed p effectals pain with meat, with ad without white; neatly hemmed oath ! to R s $e.88 Ro woruces correct.mies........ Cork-tilled Burlap back Lino- 9x12 ft. large room mise Wool and i yards long ; plain neat or flounces;crct..ens Fismb5of - leum Rus. 4 ft. 6xli ft. eis, and Fibre Rug. reversible heavy worked d.i. wth novelty Wen's. Flannelete. Pete. gowam, mde with double yte.. h complete borders all oriental medallion and neat bor or elaborae border dodge. Sold costs, extra large sisee; light and trimmed with collars; neat col- arund, Oriental. tie and par- der designs of green, blue, tan.- at this extreme low los on ac dark gray, assorted stripes; fin- ar and 8 f olive, red and brown colorings Iptl irs Ptirkts of loigdsin ngen fsnnrte l h .u cfeinr irnipots of assooed lef:thn Gel ... bade. ...WorthVl $1.00 ......... Washington's Most Sensational Dess sle A Dress Event That Wil Be the Biggest-the est Amazing Value-Giving Sale ef Ith Kind Ever Held in This C d it Not One Werth Less Than $10.00-Most of Them WorthP $15.00. ALL Temprrpw-at One Loew Price-FIVE DOLLARS! As always, this store sets the Standard of vaouew and again demonstrates its supremacy in merchandising; in vJue-givaig, and in ability to save you many, many dollar. on your apparel. Do not permit the low price to lead you to misjudge the sea sational values offered. They are dresses you would expect to find selling at two or three times more than the Sale price. At $5.00 they -are trulyjmarvelous bargains ! If ever it paid yrpc to t.t down tow. ea... t.i. is t.. .t..e. Yo will find many womeP waitong f-r th- dBPes to 4c tomorrow morning to buy these Extraordinary Dresses at *.00-kt will pay you to do likewise. b o Included ae DreUes of hdet French Sead, Soft Velurs nad Wool Jersey-a Plain tailored dresses, youthfl bssqhy dresses, embooiderd dresses, dresses trim mied with buttos and braid, two-pisgw Sport Dresses. u Jdseyob fat, you'll d.nd marn dresses in pract'ally all styles, an matera. G eard all eses. M--hg'-n eer. .