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THE HERALD
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
BATOHDAY 1 May 31 19A I
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TIrnDAILY HERALD is published every morn
ing Mondays excepted at TIlE HERALD Block
corner West Temple anu First South btreets
Salt Lake City by THE HERALD COMPANY I I I
Subscription price in advance 81000 per an
num post paid
THE SEMIWEEKLY HEHALD Is published every
Wednesday aau Saturday morning Price in
advance 1300 per year six months 8175 post
paid
TnESUNDAYHEUALD published every Sunday
morning Price in advance 8250 per annum
post paid
JstTBScniBEns will confer a favor by forwarding
Information to this office when their papers are
no promply received This will aid us to de
tem lo where the fault lies
ALL communications should bo addressed to
THE HERALD
Salt Lake City Utah
CITY DELIVERY
By the year Invariably ia advance 51000
By the month 100
l > y the rcclu 25
J T DUNEAK Co Circulators
Parties removmg jrOl one pCace to another and
df it papers danged ehotdd always give former
06 WElL us present address
Entered at the PostofUce at Salt Lake City
Utah for transmission through the mails as
cond class matter
TI1K PUBLIC BUILDING
Our Washington correspondent gives
very little encouragement regarding the
Salt Lake federal building appropriation
In fact it is only discouragement that he
sends his best information bein to the
effect that the bill will not be passed at this I
session For a long time THE HERALD has
not believed the bill would pass We do
not think it will be gotten through this
I
Congress The recklessness and extrava
gance in making political appropriations I
long since made it apparent that the gov
ernment would have no money to expend
in a territory which is with political in
fluence and power If Utah had votes in
the House and Senate and in the electoral
college there would bo no difficulty in ob
taining money for public buildings in
Ofrdcn and Salt Lake but as
the community is without those votes
Congressmen do not fear to offend
the people by a denial of their request
There can be no retaliation on our part
and no party can be punished
But should anybody here regret that the I
bill is not going through J The Senate
took in the situation at once and proposed L
to erect a structure that would be a credit
to the government an object of locaipride I
and a building which would accommodate
the business The bill provided for an k
appropriation of oOO000 and a less sum I
would be insufficient The House commit
tee however promptly cut the amount
down onehalf thus displaying gross igno
rance of the situation and exhibiting a nig
gardly spirit which disgusted thomost
earnest workers for the building At the
time THE HERALD expressed the belief that
the majority of the citizens would rather
have no building than such an one as was
contemplated by the House committee
Nothing has occurred to change that
opinion At least half the money would
required to purchase an eligible site and
the more favorable locations could not be
had for the entire sum After paying for
the site the money left would put up an in
significant building for Salt Lake and one
entirely inadequate to the demands
The government would bo ashamed
of it and the people would
sneer at it The appropriation
once made and the building erected
a generation would pass before
Salt Lake could return to Congress for
HL other appropriation with any reasonable
hope that her prayer would bo granted
A hundred other cities would have to be
provided for before our wants were looked
after
Under all the circumstances we are net
sorry that the bill is likely to fail and will
not mourn if the matter shall not be called
up again during the present administration
We can better afford to wait three years
for what we want then get less than we
need The next administration will be
Democratic and broadminded and Utah
may also have a little influence in the
nation
THE ANNUAL wallpaper scene is upon
the country Dr A G YOUNG secretary
of the Maine state board of health was
recently taken sick and his disease baffled
the physicians Finally one of the doctors
sent a piece of the wall paper from the
sickroom to a chemist for analysis and an
examination revealed the presence of large
quantities of arsenic Dr YOUNG was re
moved to another room since which his re
covery has been rapid
THE PHILADELPHIA Times thinks and says
that if the international copyright bill had
I really favored a monopoly as some Con
gressmen insist the House would have
passed it
LAST THXTEKS storms having caused
2000000 damage to the Manhattan beach
I hotel and railroad property that popular
New doned York summer resort is to be aban
AGAIUSI TIlE CHINESE
It is undoubtedly good law which Judge
WILLIS SWEET of Idaho has laid down in
a recently delivered opinion to the effect
that the Chinese have no rights whatever
in mineral lands of the United States and
that a lease to them of mining ground is
equivalent to an abandonment of the claim
This is agood law as applied to other for
eigners than Chinese Our laws contem
plate that the mineral lands as well as the
public domain generally should be held for
American citizens But while it is good
law it will be mighty bad policy to drive
the Chinese off the bars and away
from tho ledges they are working in
Idaho The heathens do not pretend
to own these claims Most of the ground
that they are working has been abandoned
and such as they lease is so lean that the
owners cannot make it pay We doubt that
the Chinese have a foot of mining ground In
Idaho so rich that a white man working it
could earn enough keep him from starv
ing Only when the ground becomes value
less to the white man is the Mongolian per
mitted to go upon it and if the latter
should strike it rich it wouldnt be long
before he would have to go no matter what
were the equities in the case The Ameri
cans have made for themselves a higher
law for their government in deal
ing with the Chinese that higher
law consisting of a code which
says thatitis right under all circumstances
to be unfair unjust and lacking in liberal
ity in all transactions with Chinamen
As ive understand it several hundred
Chinese are mining in Idaho and all are
aret
5 working abandoned claims or ground I
which the whites cannot work at a profit j
These heathens earn every dollar they take
out they do more gaugedby the Ameri
can standard for they give over a dollars
worth of work for a hundred cents worth
of the precious metals The American
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laboring on the same terms would consider
that he was fast drifting into bankruptcy
II in fact he would starve digging and work
ing where the Chinaman does Then what
harm can come from permitting these
Mongolians to scratch over the bedrock for
here and there a color or wear themselves
out taking bits of silver from pincheO
veins t What they get is all gain to tho
world and most of it goes for the little
that they eat
THE BETTER WAY
CIIAC CEY M DEIEW talked at the meet
ing of the Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers in New York last Sunday and he
said things which should have a deep in
fluence with employers and employees gpn
erally Chief AUTHUH one of the best men
who ever stood at the head of a labor or
ganization had said that during the sixteen i
in which he had been chief of the order
only two strikes had occurred arid both of
these might have been prevented if the
officers of the companies had con
sented to talk over the situation
with the officers of the association Then
Mr DEIEW said that during all tho
years that he had been at the head of the
New York Central there had been no
trouble with the brotherhood that bad not
been settled in five minutes He went on
to explain In the old time the engineer
came to the old time railroad president He
referred him to the old time superintend
ent who told the engineer to go prema
turely toa place where he would not need
a n overcoat When I entered into the pres
ic i dency of the New York Central I made a
jhangeana said to the 25000 employees of
that road that the doors of my office are
always open to them No trouble has
arisen that has not been settled man hour
This agrees completely with MCXDELLAS
account of the growth of arbitration in
England At first employers thought that
there was loss of dignity if they met with
their men in the same council room The
contempt on the one side was returned
with hatred on the other Since arbitra
tion has become the rule an era of good
feeling has set in and innumerable difficul
ties adjusted without fighting
In these few words may be found tho
key to unlock all differences between em
ployer and employee Men who are not
criminals are reasonable beings no matter
what station in life they may occupy nor
how much or how little money they may
possess and their ideas of right and wrong
are not greatly at variance when they get
together and are made to understand each
other The cause of three labor strikes
out of four could and would be readily re
moved if the disagreeing parties were to
approach each other in a spirit of fairness
and with a desire that right should prevail
It is the unreasonableness of ond or both
parties which precipitatesstrikes In their
stubbornness they will not listen to a recital
of alleged grievances and through ignor
ance of the facts there is a failure to agree
upon terms that are equitable It is rare
indeed that an employer will not grant a
reasonable request if he is once made to
understand the matter and it is equally
rare that workingmen will insist upon a
compliance with an unjust demand when
the right is made plain to them
The splendid record of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers in the matter of
strikes is due solely to the fact that they I
have treated withjand been treated by their
employers as if all were reasonable beings
wanting only what was right
IT WOULD be of value to pathologists to
know just how often the American people
bathed and yet the necessary questions to
ascertain the facts arc not found in the
census enumerators schedule Somebody
has been guilty of gross neglect of duty
THE GOVEHXOK of Missouri has pardoned
a man who was servinga fourteen months
sentence for whipping his motherinlaw
The action of the governor can be readily
understood but who can explain the con
duct of the jury in finding the man guilty
IT is not likely that Representative
STHUBLE of Iowa will be returned to Con
gress He has succeeded in disgusting
many Republicans of his district and some
of the party organs which have hitherto
supported him are now demanding his re
tirement to private life STBDBLE is a very
fresh young man
THE HOUSE to house visits by the regis
tration officers will end tonight and the
registration for the August election will
close next Saturday provided the Officials
think enough Liberals have been listed to
carry the election
MEN wno have not been in the city six
weeks have received confidential letters
from the Liberal committee inviting them
to register for the August election
SCXATOH BLAIR thought the nation would
be overaken by ruin if it did not promptly
pass his ridiculous educational bill The
measure having been rejected the Senator
now sees dire destruction hovering over
the republic because the coast of New
England is not bristling with forts that
can light back the fleets of foreign
governments which may take a fancy to
pounce draw upon us BLAIK must ex
ist in a perpetual nightmare
A LOVELY COMPLEXION
Can only be had by regulating the liver
and bowels and removing the surplus of
bile Garfield Tea does it and quickly too
The handsomest ladies of America endorse
it Z C M L drug department
UccfclenB Arnica Salvo
Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever
Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains
Corns and ail Skin Eruptions and posi
tively cures Piles or no pay required It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded Price 25 cents a box
For jsalo by A C Smith Eo Co
Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria
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PEAL ESTATE AGENCY
J Rooms 4 G Culmcr Block E 1st South St
LOAKS REAL ESTATE MIKING STOCKS
DENVER BRANCH Court House Denver CoL
GEOKGE A IlEEAliS Jlanacer
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE PRODATE COURT IN AND FOR
I Salt Lnltc county territory of Utah In tho
matter of the estate of U vr n 11 iopc de
ceased NoticeNotice is hereby given that
June 1 Pal cadminitratrix of tho estate
of Goorjro II JJnni deceased has rendered for I
I settlement and filed in said
saIdcourt her final ac
count of her administration said estate and
petition for final distribution of the residue of
i said estate among the persons entitled thereto
and that Tue day the lOth day TuneAD1800 10
I at 10 oclock am at the c urtroom of said court
in the county court house Salt Lake city and
county Utah territory has been duly appointed
I by the judge of said court for the settlement of
said account and hearing said petition for dis
I tributton at which time and place any person
interested in said estate may appear and show
cause if any there Ue why said account should
not be settled and approved and final distribu
tion made as prayed for
Dated May 15 1610
1610JOHN
I JOHN C CUTLER
Clerk of the probate court
S W DAHEE attorney for administratrix
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LION COFFEE i
When you buy your Groceries try n
package LION OOFFI3K Itis tho
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a selection of Mocha Java and The
properly blended and is conceded by all
to make the nicest cup of Coffee in the
land For Sale Everywhere
Woolson Spice Do Manfrs
KANSAS CITY Mo TOLEDO O
EBRCnAMS O1TS 70FR JOBBFR FOil PRICES
NOT A PIMPLE ON BABYI
Baby one year old Bad with Eczema Hair
all cone Scalp covered with eruptions
Cured by Cutlcura hair splendid and not a
pimple on him
Cured by Cuticura
I cannot say enough In praise of the Cuticura
Remedies My boy when one year of age was so
bad with eczema that ho lost all of his hair His
scalp was covered with crupttonswhich life doc
tors said was scallhead and that his hair would
never grow again Despairing of a euro from
hysieiansl began the use of the Cuticura Reino
dies and I am happy to say with the most per
feet success His hair is now splendid and
there is not a pimple on him I recommend the
uticura Remedies to mothers as the most
speedy economical and sure cure for all I
s1dn diseases of infants and children and feel
that every mother who has an afflicted child
w111 thank me for so doing
3 MRS M E WOOD SUM Norway Me
Fever Sore Eight Years
I must extend to yoi the thanks of one of my
customers who has been cured by using the
uticura Remedies of an old sore caused by
a long spell of sickness or feve eight
gl si years ago
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He was so bad he was fearful he would have to
nave his leg amputated but is happy to say ho
is now entirely well sound as a dollar He requests
quests me use his name which is H H Cason
merchant JOHN V MINOR Druggist
ainsboro Tenn
We have been selling your Cuticura Remedies
for years and have the first complaint yet to re
ceive from a purchaser One of the worst cases
of scrofula I ever saw was cured toy them
TAYLOR TAYLOR ITranUfort Kan
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the new Blood and Skin Purifier and purest and
best of Humor Remedies internally and Cuti
cum the great Skin Cure and Cuticura Soap
an exquisite Skin Beautifier externally speed
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rse
disease and humor of the skin scalp and blood
pith loss of hair whether itching burning
scaly pimply scrofulous or hereditary when
all other remedies fail
Sold everywhere Price Cuticura 50c Soap
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Drug and Chemical Corporation Boston
3f Send for How to Cure Skin Diseases
H pages 50 illustrations and 100 testimonials
lABYS skin and scalp preserved and beauti
A LI fied by Cuticura soap Absolutely
pure
7K EVERY MUSCLE ACHES
t Sharp Aches Dull Pains Strains
jffIanU Weaknesses relieved in one minute
I Y II by the Cuticura AntiPain Plaster
The first and only instantaneous painkilling
trengtneiiing plaster 23 cants
EAST ACREAGE
The Cheapest Piece and Prettiest Location
Twenty Acres just cast of tho Peniten
tiary all under cultivation lucern orch
ard good brick dwelling house best water
right
400 per Acre
VERY EASY TERMS
FULLER YOUNG
ALEX SIJIPEON NATHAN RANDALL
ALEX SIMPSON CO
Progress ii11c1ixisr
COMMISSION BROKEHSIN
Real Estate Mines
Business Chances
Insurance and
House Renting
Collections Promptly Made
Correspondence Solicited
J W FARRELL CO I
Plumbing Steam and Hot Water Heating
Gaa F 1tUJrr
DRIVE WELL PIPES PUMPS ETC
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Telephone 300 107 Main Street
PHOTOGRAPHS
Cabillot Photographs
AT POPULAR PRICES
AT
FOX SYMOt
WM LAPHAM
Real Estate and Mining Broker I
I Invites the attention of Investors to his choice
list of Acreage Property in tho vicinity of and I
Lots In different warts of the city
j The highest market price paid for Copper Ores I
I at his ofilce No 109 west Temple oppositeCon
tinental hotel Salt Lake City
I C o BON fJERU D
i Contractor and Builder
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All Kinds of Mason Work a Specialty
ESTIMATES GIVEN PROMPTLY
Address SaltLalto City
Tie Midland Investment Company Insurance Agency
Representing the Following Firstclass Companies I
I The Denver Cash Assets 250000 j I
t The Southern California Assets 320000
The Spring Garden 1218000 I
She Traders I 1335000
The Insurance Co of North America 8731000 I
All Business Entrusted to us will Receive Prompt Attention
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F I AUER B ACH B RO I
144 146 and 148 Main Street
I To Attract tIle Crowds and to Reduce Overstock I
FOR ONE 2VEEK ONLY Z
Special Sales in Several Departments
OUR SILK DEPARTMENT OFFERS
15 pieces P ira Silk Check Surahs warranted to washat 621c per yard Sold every
where for 100 per yard
1 2 pieces Pnro Silk Glace Plaids at 66c worth 110
5 pieces each Pure Silk Striped Surahs OOc worth 100
10 pieces Colored Surahs in Beautiful Shades at 50c
10 pieces Black Satin Rhadame at 90e 100 100
t rci 1too at 1m is to E11y TJl
OUR CLOAK DEPART N
Is determined to clot < out all Beaded and Lace Wraps Conncmaras and Jackets if
Heavy Inductions will do it We quote a few articles only
BeadedWraps worth S 300 for 150 I Ladies Jerseys worth 100 for S ii
I C50 I 325 11 t 150 100
800 40Q t Blouses 150 100 I
Lace I 2500 u 1500 1 Calico Wrappers worth 125 for 75c
000 Ladies Wrappers and Tea Gowns greatly reduced
00 Ladies Colored Skirts at 85c regular price 8125
1 1 II II 50c II
75c
II II II II 10 Ii
40c
GOc
radios Aprons nicely finished at 20c 25c and 30c worth double
2R Childs Gingham Dresses 4 to 12 years 110 upwards
100 Childs White Muslin and Embroidery Dressess the most stylish Dresses over
shown here at less price than your dressmaker would charge for making
1 lot each Ladies T3albriggan Vests to close at 10c 25c 40c C5c and Too each See
them and you will buy them
Our rab1e Yi1lerL DepartJtJOenrt
Offers Table Linens Napkins and Towels Unbleached and Half Bleached Table I
Linen at Prices to Surprise every House and Hotelkeeper
00 yards each at 226c 25c 30n 35c 40c and 45c per yard Theso goods will cost
you CO per cent more next week
1 lot each Bleached Damask Table Cloths COc and OOc t
1 lot l each 84 and 104 Turkey Red Table Cloths 75c and 100
iemnants of White and Colored Table Damask very cheap
il lot each of Table Napkins per dozen 25c GOc 75c and Joe
1 lot of Linen Glass Towels 125 per dozen worth 200
1 lot each of Turkish Towels jUc lOc 15c and 2Dc
00 yards of Nottingham Curtain Nett 12 < fc and 20c reduced from 20c and 30c
00 yards Scrim 12 yards for 100
16 yards Cheviot Shirtings fast colors for 100 worth lOc per yard
Tennis Flannels odd lots reduced to lOc and l2c per yard
3 lots of Imported India Linens antI Checked Nainsooks 10 yards for 103 12 yards for
SlOO 10 yards for 100 These prices will close every yard Come quickly
1 lot of Fancy Turkish Tidies 15c
lots of Lace Pillow Shams at 40c and 50c They will xo fast
5 lots of Embroidered Wash Dress Patterns at 100 175 S200 225 and 300 Posi
tively Half Price III I I
30 pieces Genuine French Sateens at 25c Best value in the city
100 pieces of Fast Color Ginghams at 6Uc So and lOc per yard
500 1 Dress Goods Remnants at Half Price I
1 lot of Ladies Chattelaine Bags worth 100 at 45c each I
Our Childrens Clothing Department Offers
1 lot of Cream Brown and Cardinal Jersey Waists at 125 Sold everywhere for 200
1 lot of Seersucker Kilt Suits ages 2 2Jf 3 4 and 5 years at 150 worth 225
1 lot each of Union Cassimere Short Pants Suits ages 4 to 13 at 175 185 200
10 1 0 n1l L uL L
iJ lLUU iJVL1Jjj cauuu uu uuugUJ elseWDere lor lUU more a sUit
Boys Odd Lots of Pants at B100J 150 and 160
oats BathjngSuIts atHalf Price C5e 75c and DOe each
Boys and Girls Tourist Caps reduced to 25c HOc and 5c each
Satin Parasols ut 75c Reduced from 8100
Childrens Parasols at COc 25c 30c and upwards
1 4 AA And One Other Bargains will make it worth A
i JvU your while to attend this Mammoth Ij 000
31ECIAI4 SAIE S
Every Article Warranted as Represented or Money mil be Refunded
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QNE PRICE TO ALL
Established 26 Years in the Same Block
F AlUERBACH BRO
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WILLIAMS HOYT COS
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Boys Youths Misses Childrens and Infants
1 Hi HOE s I
ARE SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
c Ask Z Ca Ro Iexor Thera
Jes TURNERS
file Shoes for Gents Wear
The Turner Shoe requires no breaking It
leads in accurate styles firstclass workman
ship and durability These are points which
commend themselves to every gentleman wear
P ing a fine shoe
Perfect in Style Workmanship
EASY FITTING
AND DURABLE
L C M L I Sole Agents for Utah
Phil Klipples Carriage Shops
Carriage and Painting
Wagon Repairing l I and Trimming
NEW WORK TELEPHONE
BUILT TO ORDER 23
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SPENCER KIMBALL
HEADQUARTERS FOR
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SOLE AGENTS FOR
UTTEMANS CORSET SHOES
For Weak Ankles
OI4E AGENTS OR
Lair Sehober Mitchell and James A Bannister
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CACHE VALLEY REAL ESTATfi
LOGAN UTAH
JI z STgW ART CO
Third street 3GKx49K feet business property adjoining ZC M L per footS 85
Third street 34x140 feat business property closo to Z C M L per f ootT S 100
Fifth ward lots 9x13 doss to Temple and Agricultural College from 500 to 1 400
Houso nod Jot closo to depot house 3 rooms 3H acres ground 1 O J
Acreage from 820 to 100 per acre distance from two miles to ten miles
MAUGHAN i KIMBALL
l1abz Strroot Xsosze Oltry
Main street business property per foot improved 300
Second street 5 516x13 good house prospective business property ono block
westofbank 3 503
Main street 5x9 good house etc prospective business property ono block north
of Z CM7L r 52003
Third ward 9x18 J good house four rooms firstclass lot and surroundings2 000
Fifth ward 9x13 corner lot house orchard etc one block north of Temple3 000
HAMMOND HANSON
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Corner 9x9 rods Main street two blocks north of Z C M I with 7 room house l f
rents for 22 per month prospective business 2 800
4 > < x9 rods 3X blocks north of Tabernacle block east front S 450
ICO acres land west side of valley 1 000
2 acres adjoining city on the north with small house 525
ZEPH THOMAS 00 x
40 acre farm one mile from ZCM I improved 4 250
Lot 5x18 three blocks from bank near Main 1 200
Lot 4J xlS 4roomed house two blocks east of depot SI 500
Lot 22Kxl03 feet onehall block west from bank per foot 8 150
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FRED NIELSEN CO
I Lot 9x9 corner two blocks west and two blocks north of Z C M I SI 000
Lot 9x9 corner three blocks north and one west of Z C M I 1 100
Corner lots 9x18 on the bench at each 800
Property in all parts of town correspondingly cheap
Lipman WaIlersteinf
COn1pan
Protectors Against High Prices
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All Goods Marked in Plain Figures and Strictly One
Price to All
GREAT BARGAIN SALE I
Look at these Cut Prices
Best Blue Denim Overalls a 45
BB
Best Blue Denim Jumpers 45
ood Quality Flannel Overshirts 45
White Unlaundried Shirts Double Reenforced 4
Mens Good Quality Cotton Hose per dozen 2 r
Mens Good Quality Jeans Pants 85
Mens Good Quality Summer Underwear 45
Mens Good Quality Suspenders 10
Mens Good Quality Black Stiff Hats
Mens Good Quality Business Suits 42b
Mens Good Quality Cheviot Pants 190
Mens Good Quality Cassimere Pants 250
ihUdrens Suits 4 to 13 years 145
Childrens Knee Pants 4 to 13 years 25
Boys Shirt Waists Percale and Flannel 25
I WE GUARANTEE THESE PRICES I
Lipman Wallerstein Co
175 and 177 Main Street
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Mail Orders Will Receive Our Prompt and Careful Attention V
Perfect Fitters Popular Prices
Philadelphia Rochester Lynn
Ce1ebrated Factories
Are now pushing their Stylish Spring and Summer Goods to
HIRSCHMANS SHOE STORE
Latest t Novelties for Spring in all Colors and all Widths
ALL MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
D VAN BUSKIRK fl T C sTEBBrK
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I ITHEVAN BUSKIM INVESTMENT CO
General Real Estate Business Transacted
Special Attention to the Forming of Syndicates Agents for Eastern Capital
We do not Handle SNAPS but GOOD BARGAINS
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS and Members of r the Real Estate ut
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