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THE ALBUQUERQUE . MORNING JOURNAU
PA Gil TWO.
Wednesday, October 4, 1905
MONTEZUMA TRUST COMPANY)
'JUDGE AlANN'SWRIT
Perfect Beer
THOROUGHLY filtered soft river water, the
best Barley-Malt, imported Bohemian
Hops and Special Culture Yeast are the ingredi
ents of
REBUPUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Capital and Surplus, f 100,000.0a
OF PROHIBITION
No One Knows Just What
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS
ItProhibits.
r-
villi mi
NO SUPREME COUIT CLERK IN
SANTA FE TO ISSUE THE WM
Meanwhile Judje Mi Is Is Preparing
ft liftA Hi.? IAriciArf lit Hiiftholl
iiiis Morning,
IS'liil to tlie Morning Journal.'
Knm l e, X. M., Oct. 3. Nothing I
known lien if the rumor Unit Jmlgr
Edward A. l nn Iiiim Kviirri a writ of
i-olilliltl(il (lim-lt-il to JikIkc Ira A.
Atilxitt ami rrMrnliiiiig lilm from fur-
tlMT action ill tll case of T. S, Hill)-'
lirll. .Indue Mann It In Sit n (a Knsii
anil InqiilricH then full to Inlnic any
lllflllllllltllin us to tin urll. Join Scilll.
Hork of tin wnprriiM court, U In Tilo,
niul c-Oii-equciitly noiliiilK rim It
' leui ncd thinimh hi- office. Sum !l
return lint:' lililí- i-wiiiug lien tin
writ can Ih KmiciI on Juile Miinii'
or:.c S.tve for the Information Riven to
the Morning Journal l ist nlKht liy Col.
K. W. Ofl)fn of counsel for T. S.
liulilicll. the above tlisputeh from
Hunl.i Fe I tlie only liiforiiiaüi.ii
which the Morning Journal lia leer
B bli to uM-iin In renard to the writ o1
irohlt.it Inn ordered by JuilK"' Mann
nri'l naid to have the effect of prohib
iting Judge Ira A. Abbott from taklnu
further action In the sheriff's ofTIi
cow.
Th it Judge M inn hai, honied an or
ler for n writ of prohibition It un
doubtful, for Mr. Inibson toll tin
Morning Journal last nlidit that h
h id h"i n directly advNi-d of the isMi
nin e of the order by Jiidife Mann am'
that he exjifi-ifd the writ to he Itemed
lit once from Santa Fe. The absenci
of Supreme Court Clerk í-'ena compíl
eme the situation finee no order can
come from the unreinc court or any
HsKociate Justice an a no inber of .111. h
court, unices It conic through Mi.
Sena's hands.
Order l-ucd on Amended Trillion.
"I was advlsi'd today," sibi Mr.
Iois.in last nliclit. 'that Judge Mann
now In Santa llosa, ha 1 isin d a writ
of prohibition, upon th" amended pe
tition of counsel for Mr. Iluhbel! sub
mitted to Judge .Maun List Friday af
ter Iluhbell had been committed for
contempt of court. The writ has th
effort of prohibiting further action In
the sheriff's office cuse u t lilts eourl
and of further recognition of either of
the rontestiinis as sheriff, aside from
tae right of the court to give order
to his clerk for the lsuan of pro
cess. The writ is mad" returnable on
the 5th of Jaunary next, when the- su
preme court meets In Santa Fe."
Asked what would be the effect of
this writ upon the case, Mr. Inibson
declined to say. He said, ill answer to
questions, that he believed It vaiuld
have no effect upon th action in ha
beas corpus now In prnim-Hx In-fore
Judge Mills In H.ituii, where Iu! hell
Is held, and In lili h a decision Is ex
pected this morning ' the npr-nliis ol
court.
Kffort made yesterday and last
night to secure the cx.et text of th
writ from Santa Itnsa. Al.imognrdi'
nod Sinta Fe were unavailing and in
to this time no one. ivlicth-r i'ilcret d
In the cafe or not. seems to know ex
iietly what It Is that Ju.lg.' Mann se.-k
to prohibit Judge Abbctt from doing,
liesult of I lllllsdai's Action.
As reported by the Muniing Jmir
luil Monday morning. W. I!. Cliilderf
of counsel for llubbell went lel""
Judge Mann In AlamoKoido la.d
Thursday with petition for a writ o'
prohibition. loiter while Judge Mana
had this petition under advisement
and nfter llubbell had been committed
for contempt, mi amended petition w as
Hied by counsel fur llubbell asking
that Judge M aim also prolilbit J ul u
Abbott from restraining llubbell i f li
liberty. It Is understood that Judg
Ma mi has also granted tills amende!
petition and th.it the writ as it now
Und. prohibit Judge Abbott frou
recognizing Arniijo as sherlif, or from
taking further action in the tase,
whatever, until it comes up for a he n -lug
before the supreme court.
As the matter now fluids, however,
the exact scope of the writ is linlclin
ite, and Its effect Is therefore an un
known quantity, iilthough it will un
doubtedly serve to further compile at
the busii.esii of the unfortunate tax
payer, who is Will, hlng with mure oi
less amusement the n'l-cnuou 11k tit to
hold the sheriff office. The writ doe:
not beccmie effective In any event un
til It la Issued by the clerk of the su
preme court und unless Mr. Sena can
b Induced to return from Tuns to hi1
office In Santa Ke at once, the writ
cannot be Issued until Friday.
The announcement of Judge Mann's
decision served to'soniew hat detract
from the Interest of the hearing in
Jtaton. where the doughty ex-sheriiT of
Jlernalillo county was on trial for his
liberty before the i hief Justice of the
territory.
Decision Withheld.
Tho heurlng was lummeiiccd yester
day morning and the day in the llj
ton court was occupied with the ar
jrument of counsd. At Its conciunlon
Judge Mill announced that he woul'l
render his decision this, Wednesday,
mornliin on the convenlriK of the
court. Whatever the decision It is ex
pected that the corpulent person of
Mr. Hutbell will return to Albuquer
que tonight, whether In chume of the
sheriff or i on lu IIiik his ow n tour.
rct upon this mornlns's dedslon.
Much speculation was Indulged In
last nllht on the streets as to the ef
fect upon county aff ilrs of the writ
Of prohibition Issued by J.I ! M.ttlii.
hfouid It prove as binding as has t een
rumored. The general Impression I-
that county affairs have already been
pajfTlclently muddled by the mutest
Drer this and other offices and that
tnl laxt -complication will be enough
to effectually finish the twisted leg.il
Intellect of the average ay mind. Willi
eve ra I lawyere confused an to the ef
fect of the writ of prohibition. It Is
malí wonder that the average cltiicen
ha to atop and think several time to
recall the exact aiatun of the matter.
WrU of I'rolilhltlon .Vot New.
The vrlt of prohibition, according
to neveral attorney of Albufiuernue. Is
not new to the courts of New Mexico,
i, i. alfl lo have been used In the
Í j j 1 ft
i i -n TcyK.l
I III i rTr-rm
Corhtd or Tiñ Capped
" Kinó o$Baffl&yx Beers"
By lacrin, (ageing) not less than 4 months, every
truce of the injurious, un fermented constituents, found
in immature beer, is removed.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, U. S. A.
Orders Promptly Filled by
Chas. W. Kunz, Distributor, Albuquerque, N. M.
mm ijuiii ttmmirzwiwi'miumvsm
scawH
bonil. a justice of t'v eupteme inur
fort IddliiK a riot .-r Jus: , e. iltl iug n.-s
trial Indue, to pr.n ee. v.'ltll the case
It is said to liave In en employe 1 an. ill
ai one of the famous miulnv suit o
h ierri'ory ami in one or two othci
actions which the attorneys could not
refill.
The Issuance of the writ by t'n
clerk of the supreme court and U
0, t upm the slicrlffi olTn e will !
it.rtilcil wltil even pih' Interest than
he dei-iou as to the fale of t'l" bod',
of tile erstwhile :-!niiT .if ! : r h i I i I i
ounty. tn"v waltinit la liatón la learn
from Jiidne Miilr wlieth' r c r n ! h !
o remullí a prisoner.
SAWED THBÜÜGI1 BASS
AT PNITEM1AR
IMtlSONKIt AT SANTA I i: II i
MADi: t.dOI STAI1T l I'M'AI'i:
wiif.x nist ovi:iti:i.
special to tlie Morning Journal.
S.m'a Fe. N. M., ')t. 3. --James
-tcott. u t'nlted Siate.v'prlsoner, held
n th" penitentiary for pnsdnj; couu
erfelt money, made a daring at-icmpt
o ev. a.e from I In- penitentiary early
his illuming by riwlnr throtiKli t!i
ars of tin.' pii-on kitchen. V.'lv.'ii
aught by a jiunrd Scott had sawcl
four or live if the heavy Iron bar
and slh ped out in!o tlie enclosure.
His .start toward liberty win suddenly
hecke.l by th" appi-irance of a rill
nuzzle, the weapon having" a l.-iiard a
ihe other "inl. Scott was taken hack
u a cell. He is believed to have hi.
lie as.slst.mie i'f several other lucí
ivho ba l b i more or less at libert.'.'
u the prison kid hen und who hid al
nost the posiiioiis of trusties.
Mi s. hiiifw IcU A'Aitln on Ti iul.
Cincinnati, (.. let. 1!. A petition
nr a writ of error for Mrs. Casnie 1
Chadwlck. charged with hank wreck-'
i:g and convicted of conspira, y lo de-'
fraud, was at the head of tile calendar
in the I'liited .SI.i'ih circuit inert of
ippeals whli. h opened here today. The
ei .n il of the case Is one of the most
oluniioioiis i ver brought to the court,
f a de Isioi, Is given against her, she
will at once begin her .sentence oí ten
years in tlie Ohio penitentiary. She
s now In the Cuyahoga county J til.
Atto'ii.y ,1. 1". Caw ley made the
irgiiment in support of the petition
or Mr. Chadwb-k. lUstrlct Attorney
I. J. Siiiliv.ni. of Cleveland, conteste;!
till.' pel ilion.
TYPHOONVÍVüK
WAS DIRE AKD DEADLY
loss i MiAii mom; wil l, iu:
í.nno.i'im i;oini:s sl'ltl AN N
AI.OMi COAST.
M ini! i, (i.t. ::.'i'lie estimated b.ss
;n tiie hetni. .'rowing districts from
the ravages of tin lecitit tyohoon is
t,-,, 0(111.11(1(1 gold, ll' ino In warehouses
i'.'.kIv f ir (liipincnt Is also a total les.
'I will take a year to get the planla
lens In shape again. The reports now
lug i, r'-ont the south Indícale
'loiter loss of. life and property thaa
it tirsl estimated. On Ticio Island the
teach is strewn with dead bodies,
inning them si.tne Americans. The
aelies are in such condition as to be
tnrf cognlz able.
VI ulhosioek Port l!oociietl.
Vladivostok. Oct. li. The ' lliit
freight ste itner left tnU port today lor
('he Koik thereupon reopening regular
. ommcrce hy sea.
Was Victim of AnoUier Mini.
New York. t. .1. -Mis JCath'-'lli e
t. eon nd. sister of Harry A. Leonard,
'lie young rn in who has confessed tho
Hiefl of $3.'i!.l)(ift worth of securities
"rot. i Ihe National City brink, declared
oday that lie was the victim of anotlt
r ni l i wliom h" ivas try ing to pra
ted. Mis Leonard said fhe had giv
en the police the name of a woman
vliii pi iced a part of the .securities In
i cafety d"posit vault.
I'ledi'loiil Strike SprcmN.
ib rlin. nd. 3. The strike of elec
trical workers has extended to two
more factories. The total number of
men out is SS. mill. No disturbances
have occurred. Two-thirds of thi
street cats are running.
Women Itui-ncil Husband Kscnpeil.
F.dinittoii. W. Va.. Oct. 3. Mrs. J
Algo and her three diildren and Mrs.
Joseph Cardelll and one child were
burned to death in their cabin last
night. The husbiMuls of the women
escaped.
llevMird for Train Itnlilier.
Seattle, (id. 3. Five thousand dol
lars reward I offered by the i treat
Northern I'.rj res Co. for the capture
and identlfl. itlon of the bandits who
dvn in:ltd the exprés . nr on the east
bound flyer north of Pulían! lust
night. Diii-flon Sur ei hdendent Scott
said today that useful- as known the
r.ib'-ers si . ni ful I !.
Noted Nimdlst for Mayor.
Toledo. iha. In I. 3. Hrand Whlt
lock. the novelist, was nominated for
mayor by the Independents' onven
tlon lat night.
Well Known síiocpimiit Killed.
Newcastle, Wyo., Oct. 3. Charles
Mlnter, one of the lest known sheep
men of I'pton, was shot and Inst.uit'y
killed by his lo-rder during a quarrel
yesterday. The name of the herder
was not learned. According to Ihe re
nort Ihe herder m led In self-dcfeiis'.
but thli Is not verified.
itAMSEY WOl'LO STOP
WABASH MERGER
t.OI LIVS rOK.MF.K KK.HT HAND
MN IS IN OVl'.S
i;::m:i,i ion.
ne
Mo., (id. .". A .suit for
i was filed in the circuí!
by Joseph K linsi y, Jr..
he V.-iha-!i niilr;d.
tiou Moiiutain and W.t
s. i!ie Men au'.il" Trust
Vori;. Waller S. VI!:;aii.
! and Ci i.iw .1. C.o'.ihi.
Ih" com t for ;;u Itijtinc-
n preV'Oi'in'; the proposed annuel
ting of C.oorge Could and hi a--
St. Louis,
in injuii th.
oiirt tod iv
ote. i lent of
.'.-rainst th"
ha-h r.'Hiiii
:'.).. of New
II. M. Will;
! rn- v - 1 :
ti
int.
I rot .'.. i
: i I a hi '
road next
I! .,es, y
ii'cc'aie' u
In t riffle
M issou li
Leiils a nd
it I
dors
ibash
; Toledo. Ohio, when
i I", t a board of ti r
:id nit to control the V
ye ir.
I lli ees one re.-ull of th"
ollld tie to nt ill- competition
let ween til Wabash
Paolile road bet ween
Kansas City.
CASE BALL
I. HAGUE.
and Slie-
II. K.
3 1
10 0
Scan-
n. it. k.
.2 n n
.3 11 2
Leahy;
U. 71. K.
, . n n 1
. .5 8 4
-:--. )
GOVERNMENT CONTROL
WOULD BANKRUPT ROADS
.lAMi s.i. 11 1 1 1, says itvrr. iii:.r
I.ATION M KAN'S i:ll ItOAl)
COUi'SKS.
NATIONAL
At St. Louis
Ft. Louis
r.rooklyn
i:altet'ie: Taylor
Ion and Hitter.
S ( r od g.'.nie
it. Loui . . . ,
r.rooklyn
li itterics MeDoug ill niul
:'c 't'loii and Hitter.
A t Client,'!.
(""li. :i:.ro
1'hi! idelohia
(TlvrTern liltilu
Tl -ittefics - Tfeilf-r and O'Neill; I'it
t'i'er a nd 1 looin.
At Ciilslnlcr Tí. TL V..
"ittsbn , in 11! 1
Postot. 2 8 1
Hitteries Lynch and l'eitz; Young
find Needham.
y "cond ganie
!'itt'b.;;-g v
I'.OIoll
atol I! itterles l.ielleld
f and Moran.
At Cincinnati
Cincinnati
New York
liitteries -Overall
lor and Powerman.
Second game
Cincinnati
New York
I Patteries lowing and .Street;
ott and Pou'ermun.
and
Tt. IT. K.
4 11 4
3 7 1
Pelt; Willis
li. H. K.
4 9 2
2 H 0
and Schlel; Tay-
H.H. K.
, . 4
, .4
12 2
i; 3
KUl-
J'oriland, die., o.
.1. Hill, of th" Grc
road, was the prim
b inquet tendered 1
i a i k expo-ilion
Howard Elliott
t. l'r sii'.ent J.
at Northern tail
ipal speaker at a
y the Levis and
to 1 1 i in and President,
of the Northern Pa
cific today. Hill in Id:
"Not w ii lisia ndiug the
paid by the people of
Stales is only about 4'l
ill it of Itiiasia. we have
p. ..pie who a re proa
triin the rc'iilatioi
by the federal autre
afraid any federal
ever get down deep
us where we live, la
they do the i ..' iitr
wl;h railroad corps,
bankrupt t'.vo-t liir ! ;
'he I'niled Sl:'""-.i."
veru:,'o r 1 1
the i'ni.ed
per (cut "..'
i great re "tie
hiug a new il I"'
of railway vaic
ilies. I am im
regulation will
'iiiitii;h to touch
alise long before
will I." strewn
They would
T the iriieare iu
Armistice
Tokio, I id. 3.
the acecpian. e i
Japanese and
nort hern Koro i
ci tve I. It is la
ole t iee to an ;
si:i insisiiinc
Not
An
.f Hi..
liu-'-ian
h is not
,..-.. I th
(glcelllellt
epoii an
Acceptcil.
ilTi.ial r-'port of
armislii e bv the
:ii: :
l;.'l
t :i"
the
in
ii r"'
dii !'
Kns-
i:ral
: lie boundary of tin
.1 to Ill'lll'le tlie po.'ilie
h"ld by the Japanese tr
Hearst Di'i'liiX's to St
V. 'v Yol k. d"t. 3. O'ingr
P. Hearst, in a b-tl
I in I ;'c thin v tonight,
I'-".
nd.
-sman V.
r to ,1 ii'itiee Sai'i
dei lincil to iiec-pl
in i in 1 o a: I'll'
nicip.tl i)u ncishlp
mayor by
League.
th.; .Mil
C.ai' Oriici'-i I lections.
St. I'eter.-buir, int. An imperii!
de. ree was puhlishei! today directing
!h it i ni mod hi I e arrangements he made
to conduct the elections cf members o!
the nation il assembly. Pegu i:i tious
for the conduct of tin; elections are al
so publisned.
Troops "Suppress" Pinters.
T" i 1 1 i -. Caucasia. Oct. 3 Troops sup-
r 1 1 rioters at pVcrnan after eight
M iissulinan.i and two Armenians hid
been kiliiil end eleven person wounl
e 1. The trouble arose from the at
tempt of Armenians to rescue some of
their fellow countrymen who hail
been arrested for murdering a Tartar
Cincinnati Was Aground.
Tokio. Oct. 3, According to later
information received here the Ameri
can cruiser Cincinnati was floated
without assistance- after being aground
for seven hours. She has been re
pinte.! passing Shlniotiosakl. hound for
Shanghai.
Justice Harbor Dead.
Postori, Oct. 3. Justice .lames Mad
dison Parlcr. of the nioreme Judicial
i ourt of .Massachusetts, died today of
l ent disease at tlie Cnlon club In this
tlty. He was a resident of Pittslleld.
A M F. RICA X LEA G I." E.
At Washington R. II. E
Washington 1 3 3
Ch ica go 3 fi 1
p itteries Wolfe and Heydon; Owen
and Sullivan.
,l New York ' Tt. IT. E.
Del roil 0 5 1
New York w . .3 8 0
1 latteries - Mollin and Warner:
Orth and Connor.
S ' on.! game R. H. K.
tvtroit 1 7 2
New York .10 12 1
Patteries Wiggs, Disvh am' Prill;
Griffith ami Kleinow.
A t Philadelphia Tí. II. F.
St. I ouis 2 10 2
PhlluteliihW "i !l 1
Pnlteriv SadilolT and Silgdeli:
Henley. Pender and
At Huston
Poston
Cleveland
Patteries Parry and
Donahue and Clark.
Schreck
R. If. E
7 r. 1
4 10 1
irinbruiter;
If you need u carpenter,
Hesselden.
telephone
tf
Whitewash Y( Chicken. House
With Halm's Eureka White 'lime
Keeps out lice.
Don't tmS your Fountain Pen. "cut
take it to Newcomer for ex;i"irt repair-lug.
TT.e very best of Knnsns City tiecf
and mutton at nill Klclnwort's, 112
North Third street. ,
Don't fall to see that large dlinlny oí
heautifn1 dolls at Newcomer ?, next
door to postoffiee.
00ÍISTIPATÍ0N
"Fomror nlni yonm T rurrd with chronic cnn.
itimtitm Rti dtiriiitf this ttn) 1 hicl to tukn un
inj"ctioii tf warm wtT onc very 'i hours tn-foro
1 coltlt! 1iav an Hclion 011 mv bowyU. Jluppily 1
triol C;m-iir-ti( am! todaj I ahí a well lúin.
iMtrinií tho iiiim yt-um bfforo I nurd f :scHrcts I
uilTf(l ;;iitoii misprywith Int'Tnul pllfv 'i'haiili
to yon 1 huí 1rtu from All tfint thin monitni;. Vou
CttU Uüo tail iu behalf uf mifTfrhiir htitnmiitv."
il. b kiAhcr, IWauuku, ill.
fpftl Best For
fi The Bowels
CANDY C AT MAWTIC
PlaBflTit. Palnrabtí. Potnt.Tntf 0vi1. HoOoníl,
Vfvot teiclcn, Wtpiikn or ripo, IJc, 50. Ntvr
p'ilii in btiU. c'liiiino t.ihU't yUinpcti C C C.
liuarmit' t'ti to emu or yiur tnoiu: liajk.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicaco or N.Y. 603
! ANNUAL SALE. TEH ifllLLIOH BOXES
1
WE FEEL SIRE
Toti St Gradi,
Dealers In
GROCERIES. PROVISIOKI, HAT,
GRAIN AND FOX.
FbM line of Importe! Wine, IJqnort
u1 Cigars. Vhu yonr orden
(or thla line with an.
Ilt-llt-S17 NORTO TTIKD BTRICET
Albuquerque, N.M.
Of our ability to handle your
banking business to your
satisfaction. We shall be glad
of an opportunity to talk
with ynn 1
STATE NATIONAL BANK
RICO HOTEL
III N. First Street
DINELLI U LENCIONI. Props.
Saloon, Restaurant A. Rcomlnj Hons
AMPI.B MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACIUTTES
T II E '
BANK OF COMMERCE f ALBUQUERQUE, H, M,"
EXTENDS TO DJr:iOSnX)H3 EVERY PKOl'KIt ACCOJLMODATION
AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
CAPITAL, $150,000.00.
Officers ninl Directors:
SOLOMON LCNA, President.
W. S. STHICKLER, W. J. JOHNSON,
Vlce-Presldrnt mid Cnshler. Assistant Cashier.
WILLI A3I McIN'loSIT. GEORGE ARNOT.
J. C. RALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKAWXIi. O. R CROMWELL.
Wo Grind Our Own Lenses
0-f'. pop thia reason we can guarantee 0 -
M ilsvsses proscribed by ?. f
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
Mf. Opllclairis Member Opt omerty Board of Examiners
It we don't do your hauling
we both lose money
ALBUQUERQUE TRANSFER GO
G. M. BACCUS, Prop.
S.T.Vann,O.D.
E YESIG I IT ' SPECIAL! ST
President of New Mexico Board of
Optometry.
First established optician In New
Mexieo. Glasses filted for poor siirht,
headache and nervous strain. Office:
Iloom 9, Whiting ItUx-k. Appoint
ments made at Vann'a Drug Store.
The First National Bank will rent you a Safe Deposit Box for $2.60
a year and up. Call and lot us explain the system.
. T
o
II Mi i
. V A h4 -V I
WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
BETWEEN
VSE'COND THIRD-STREETS
The Store of
ni
in
o
'
o
N- I .- i i
(' fJr-t-'
o
TPHESE cool mormngs suggest warm under-
& wear; the subject of Underwear naturally
suggests ü?e Globe Store as ihe place to pro-
I cure the best made at prices asked for inferior
goods sold elsewhere.
O
Mentor Underwear
o
i for ladies and children is the most healthful as
well as comfortable underwear healthful be-
cause Mentor material is very absorbent, tak- L
J ing up excessive perspiration and keeping the
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Absolute fit no shrinkinc. and Ion? wear is í
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guaranteed. Union and Two-Piece Suits. You are urged to call at
J5he Globe Store and examine these garments.
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In Gentlemen's Furnishings we have just received a special make of
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Elegant White Shirts
Bodies of Wamsutta muslin, bosoms of 2200 linen, perfect
fitting and guaranteed in every particular or money refunded
regular $ 1 .50 value,
Our Price: $1.00 each
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i Underwear in all grades union and two-piece suits. We make a
specialty of Coat Shirts, Corliss, Coon & Co. quarter-sized collars, and
t Shields Guaranteed Hats.
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On West Railroad Avenue
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