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i 2 THE iEEEE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY Y FEB 16 1905
ITTER HATRESAID HATREOJ HATREOJSAIDO HATRE 1AE0SAIDTO
SAID SAIDO TO TOiscord f EXIST EXISTiscord lpT lpTiscord
iscord Among n ong Russian O Officers r fi erS ers Ite IteNOUNCE i igXome e eriiingine
riiingine riiingineRMY gXome gXomeRMY
RMY SNE SNEERSAT RscAt tHE THE kv kvFFI VY VYDE
FFI R jF THE LATl ij DE DENOUN DENOUNCESTOSSEL
NOUNCE NOUN NOUNCESTOSSEL NOUNCESTOSSELIat1s STOESSEL STOESSELi STO SSEL SSELIat
> i f i iParis
Paris Iat s Feb 15 Fnmoh French special sp di 1 cor corrrspondcnts c crspondents r rspondents
spondents < sent to meet the French Frenchsf FrenchamE Frenchamer
sf + amer amE > r Australien havIng on board boardC5c boardJc boardc
C5c c icral Stccssel and others of the sur survivors ur ur1or ¬
vivors 1 1or ors of Port Arthur forwarded de detailed cfclpd dba4ed ¬
tailed lpd accounts a < counts of discord among the theRxjrslan t11 t11lan thpu1an
Rxjrslan lan officers The army officers are areI arertkularly arerthuIary
I rrtuularly hostile to the fleet habitu habitufillv babituiIlv
fillv 111 iIlv calling ca1hn it the frightened fleet fleetdmiral fleetdlTlral fleet1mIra1
dmiral LocKinsky who was wa com commander commder cornL1nder ¬
mander mder of the torpedo defenses at Port Porttthur PortttIiur
tthur 1 Is lengthily quoted ag a making makingJitter maklnUtfr makingItter
Jitter criticism Or C General Stoossel Ad Adtiral Adnral Adural
ural Alexieft and others The Matin Matinuotcs 1latlnootes MatinUoLs
uotcs Lockinaky L ckinftky as characterizing characterizinKv
v v I Admiral Stark and Rear Admiral Admiralthoeft AdmIralLhQeft
7 thoeft as bedchambor admirals not notutiualnted notHftJalnted notttqqatflted
utiualnted with their duties and sea seal seaiit
ii iit l < K whenever afloat afloatBlockade aOoatBlockade afloat8lockade
Blockade Was Ineffective IneffectiveThr
ThC admiral added that Vice Admiral Admiraldjpff Admiral1Jotr AdmiralsWofr
sWofr djpff < prudently established lilmself lilmselfintre I1hruurtfOCTP liiimdItnrt
intre OCTP at Vladivostok notwithstanding notwithstandingr
r opportunity PtP Jrtu11Jty to t break the Ineffective inaffeotivolotkadf JnetreoUve10cli Ineffectivebc
lotkadf 10cli bc kd d of port ort Arthur Locklnsky LocklnskyU
U 1 iarrd a < l lie would denounce Stoessor StoessorShrydJoir Stp8ssofKr StgessoTkrid1off
ShrydJoir Kr dJorr and nd Alsxieff before the court courtnartJai courtnartJal courtnartlal
nartJai as he did not intend to let le him himelf hlmelt him1f
elf 1f be made a scapegoat like Rear Ad Adi Aduktmnsky
4 i Ouktqmsky < > who now trembles tremblesith
ith fear in a Chinese hospital Lock Lockisky LocJlsky Loc1isk <
isk isky f red many instances Qf the t e un unT nilI
T 1 i aredness s of the land and paval tva1 de der
r frefiuent conflicts con Jcts of authority authorityni authoritydrnoraIIzation
ni d rnorallzatlon < during critical en enSnub en1f engevrts
1f gevrts rllntff
Snub Each Other OtherSsVstunf OtherSIIJttTlt Othersttnti4lIy
SsVstunf sttnti4lIy ially lall the same account ae count is giv givb EI EIb
b tour French newspaper which de detb detb deav
tb av < cneral Stoessel and Admiral AdmiralAtMnsky AdmirallOJ1ak Admiralmusky
AtMnsky musky as refusing to ° speak to or orta oru
ta 01 each other The papers say the theUs theiS
Us iS 80rd ord among the officers foreshadows foreshadowsrr I
rr vl t > scenes sc enes before the courtmartial courtmartialThe
The Tj Th Petit Parisien quotes General GeneraltorsHOl Generalas Generaltrrsiel
torsHOl as sarcastically IlTc sUcal saying sayingIlojrstvensky sayingHojtatvensky sayingItojestvensky
Ilojrstvensky had better not estab cstabIs
Is 4 a n too secure base b iSe along the th route router
r kr It the nav naval il officers at t Port Arthur Arthurt
t tvjll nih t Ul bo impossible II1po sl e to o let them yen venBitter yenUif yennrc
Uif SN seaward JJrl1
JJrl1Bitter
Bitter Hatred HatredI
I Ln p t orrespondent of the Petit parIs Parlsn arls arlsH
n 1 adCsr adCsrJcneral ad11iJOneral al altcneral
Jcneral Stoesoel cannot C 1111ot pardon the theiy the1ly
iy 1 y failure to suooor him while the thea
a fully returns his hatred hatredT n nTIt
T TIt 1 o Freiioh Fr neh special cprrespondents cprrespondentsf Qrr pQnde ts tsahUlEt
f ahUlEt < ude that the fortress fell largely largelyaupp larSelRlU Iarelyaw
aupp of the regrettable quarrels quarrelsm
m 1 tna lna the omoers officersCommission omoersCommission oMoersCommission
Commission Proposed ProposedPetersburg Proposedt
t Petersburg Feb 15 151n In view of ofotlnued ornt1nued ofI
I otlnued attacks on and criticism criticismf criticismcpral criticismicPraj
f icpral Kuropatkin which are prej prejjl
jl ij a t > the th Russian arms the Novoe NovoeIn
t 11t > In an extended defense of the thei thekg
i Iis of the commanderinchlef pro proosTS prooss
osTS 15 that t at a commission composed of ofrfd oft
S t rfd Id officers of ers be appointed to pass passJugrf pass1VSTfnt passlvgrut
Jugrf 1VSTfnt nt on the general generalORDERED generalORDERED generalORDERED
ORDERED DISCONTINUED DISCONTINUEDSpecial DISCONTINUEDtpeclal DISCONTINUEDitpeclal
Special to t This Th herald IleraltlWashington lIcrahlWuhlngton heraldl3liIflgton >
Washington Feb IDvA l + A postoffice postofficebocp postofficebN postomceben
ben bN > O established f abl1shed at Chancy Koote KooteIiTounty Koteh7iinty
IiTounty 11 rQ rit Idaho with Ellas C Hill Hilli Hillpostmaster
I i postmaster postmasterTLo
TLo rL 11 postofflcc at t Richardson Grand GrandM
> M j t 4y y ttah tah is ordered ordOf d discontinued discontinuedt d dat
at t r March arh 31 31For 31For 31For
For < oughs and Colds ohildren take takeisos take031S take3s
isos Cure without objeotion 25o 25oNEW 2oNEW 0 0NEW
NEW JERSEY BUTTER TRUST TRUSTTrenton TRUSTfrpn TRUSTflenVn
Trenton frpn t > N J 1 Feb Fe 15 15The The Amerl AmerlButter Amerln
n 1 < Butter Refining company with an anuronzfcl anu antriorz
u uronzfcl triorz + i otizr d capital of 17000000 was wasirporutod waSfPorafd wasrporAtPd
irporutod > here today toda r to produce and andin andt andii
t ii in II milk butter and food products productsI
I to to t acquire the business and plants plantsh plantstllpr plantster
< tllpr h r corporations firms and indi indi14Up indlhIF mdil4LIF
14Up The capital stook is divided dividedto divdetitO
itO to 52000000 QOOOO preferred prcf rrcd with 6 per oont oontemulative oontUlrlulatIe ountutnulative
> emulative dividend and 13000 13000i
i common c mrnon stock Th The incorporators incorporatorsff incorpor 1or 1orIr
ff Walter E Hope Beverly Bevcrl R Roll Jlolft
t 71 r 1 Theo and < 1 t Thygeson all of ofrwoy ot1C o oity
> rwoy 1C City CityHMOND It ity ityIMOND r
9 9JIMOND
HMOND TRYING TO GET GETOUT GETlOUT GETOUT
lOUT OUT ON ONHABEAS HABEAS CORPUS CORPUSi
i
w as 1 ngton < Feb ieb 15 15A A brl briAr f in behalf behalff
f lirirsP II Tlry P Dimond of California in his hisrshal hisC
C 1 orpua CaSe 111 against rt1lt 11HILed d StatefJ StatefJ1rsht1 Stte Stterhil
rshal Shine of that state was as filed In Ini Iniprcm
i 1 Kuj iprcm pr4m > r irn court of o the Untied Unlt d States Stategui StatesDimond
> ui l Dimond is ono of th the men In 111I InIn
I 1 In tli < supreme court of the Dls Dlsf DI DIt
t > f Cjiumbja umQIQ for conspiracy to do del
t ri 1 r tfc t f sovennment otI1nment In connection with withfiiUls wIthfEl withig
fEl fiiUls rLi rLilJc v vu
u JRC ig In Itdlaen Haven of DIraonds district is isi Isi IsI
i a warrant far his r remuwl mov l to this thisaju thisa thisaA
aju a d tJfnlpd nl d a petition tlt1on for a writ of ofiur orLrt otr
iur Lrt r an q toipus tlpu lPUS Dimond pets L up in his hisf
f thaT Judge I Lacombo acOmber of JCew < ey ow York Yorkt
t t tJ l u writ to John A Benson undtift undtiftsimilar und undr
r y similar lUfh circumstance lrJ and ggrtal ggrtalht also alsortfJs alsortc3s
rtfJs r t that the Washington court is isrhvt ist
rhvt t ht jurisdiction
POll POE1YUiRSRFSllRth POE1YUiRSRFSllRthConhinue YHOLDfRS iARE NSIDERED NSIDEREDJn
t tcO1trol
Conhinue Jn troniPagt1 troniPagt1cOptrol la l h
control of thatSociety lJ1ll > s cJet po 0 long as as a it itwas Itwas t twas
was only in th the hands handsot of the board b ard of ofdirectors otdlrec4 ofdirectors
directors dlrec4 > rs but in View of the statements statementswhichhave statcmenTswlchbaCappearod statementswhichhave
wlchbaCappearod whichhave appeared in public print printMr pr1ntIr printMr
Mr Ir Schiff today todayauthorfzedJhc authorized authorIzeJThe ihe XOlJoiv XOlJoivins tOIJowin QiJowlag
ins in
insHe He c Jlr ti SohlffX Qhfff first fi t J Jkrned ajllcd amc oBpiie oBpiietwelve oine oinetwelve ojne ojnetwelve
twelve days agoof ago o the trouble which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was brewing re ng when he wAs called upon uponby UP ui5on ui5onby l lbycopI
by bycopI counsel el for Mr Alexander lexnnder who n nvi ad adItCd advlacd
vi vlacd ItCd d tiiniiof 1i1 ot Mr Alexanders determi determination d diit t rml rmln rmlnatIon ¬
nation n Uon to oust Mr Ir jHyde from the con control c c6tz c6tztrol u utrol ¬
trol of the company througn a move movement movementto moveInent ¬
ment mentto to transfer the control to the pol potIcYholders polJcyholders policy
Jcyholders icy holders Mr Ir Scuff from the outset outsetdeclared outsetdeclared outsetdeclared
declared himself as unquallfif unqua1lfidly dly in fa favor fayoro a avorof ¬
vor yoro vorof of participation by the policy hold holder holdert ¬
er ert in the control of the society In Insisting Insisting inshtjng ¬
sisting however that this should and andmust andmust andmust
must be brought aboujt In a dignified dignifiedorderly dignifiedorderly dIgnIfiedorderly
orderly and just manner mann manner r Further Furtherthat Furthert11 Furtherthat
that t11 1t the board of trustees should In Income b bcomc bncome ¬
come directly dlrectl responsible to the policy policyholders policyholders policyholders
holders for the management of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company rather than the control should shouldpass shouldpass shouldpass
pass to the executive officers through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the obtainment in their own names of ofthe orth ofthe
the th proxies of the policy holders holdersThe hoJdersThe holdersThe
The gIst of the entire controversy Is Isthis Isthis Isthis
this Mr Alexander Ale a110e and his associates associatesdesire as asociatesdesire oclateg oclategdesire
desire to secure control of the com company compal13 cornpany ¬
pany and elect a board of trustees of oftheir oftheir ofthelr
their own making those opposed to toMr toMr o oMr
Mr Alexander insist that If the policy policyholders policyholders policyhqlde
holders hqlde s participate In the control they theyshoulu theyshouH1 theyahoulil
shoulu be enabled to vote untrammelled untrammelledby
by the Interference of the executive executiveofficers e executIveotileers ecuUve ecuUveotIcers
officers and that the latter be elected electedby elpctedby electedby
by and be responsIble to the board of oftrustees ortrustee oftrUstees
trustees trusteesAs trusteenAs
nAs As to the statement printed In one oneof oneof oneof
of the morning papers that Mr Ir Schlff Schlffas
as a director of the socoiety socoletyhad had taken takenpart tak takenp4nt n npqrt
part in the purchase hj the latter of ofa ofa ofa
a large y mount of securities from the theflrm thefirm thefirm
firm or Kuhn Loeb Co Mr Schiff Schlffsays Schiffas Schiffsays
says as that though a member of the thefinance thefinanco thefinance
finance committee he h is not and has hasconsistently hasconsl hasconsistently
consistently consl tent1y declined to become a mem membor membar membar
bar of the executive committee which whichIs
i Is Alone empowered to make makettie the t e pur purchases purrha punchases ¬
chases rha of securities on behalf of the thesociety thesoolet thesociety
society soolet that whatever dealings his hisfirm hisfirm hisfirm
firm has had with the Equitable society societyhave socIet socIetha societyhave
have ha e boon most advantageous to the thelatter th thlattel thlatter
latter If his firm has sold high class classinvestment classII1 classImestmvnt
investment II1 estm8nt bonds to the Equitable It Ithas ItbllS ithas
has sold sol of the same bonds bondsniany many more moremillions more11111Ion5 morenilfllons
millions during durin the same period to toother toother tootler
other insurance companies > s in which whichMr whichIr whichMr
Mr Ir SchifT Is not a dlrctor dlrctorXo dlrctorNo dIrctorNo
No offer Mr Ir Schlff says sa as has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been published has at any time been beenmade beenma beenmade
made ma e to him to Mr Ir Hyde for his ma majority major1t majonity ¬
jority jor1t stockholding in the Equitable Equitablesociety Equitablesolet Equitablesociety
society solet to the contrary contrar Mr SchIff has hasinsisted hasinsIsted hasInsisted
insisted throughout that If the stock stockholding stockhoWing stockholding ¬
holding was to be dealt with nothing nothingmust nothingmust nothingmust
must be don with it except its i re retirement retirement rellremont ¬
tirement by b the Equitable Assurance Assurancesociety Assurancesociet Assurancesociety
society societ Itself Its > lf under authority of law lawBUYS lawBUYS lawBUYS
BUYS A BEAUTIFUL HOME HOMEH
H C Hoffman Gains Possession of ofHomestead ofHomestead ofHomestead
Homestead of Late Bishop BishopElijah BishopElijah BishopElijah
Elijah F Sheets SheetsH
H C Hoffman of the firm of H C CSs CEdward Cc
Ss c Edward E Ioffman has just com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted the purchase purc ase of the beautiful beautifulhome b9autifulhome beautIfulhome
home of the late Bishop BlsilO Elijah F FShe FS FShests
She S Shests efts ts for a a consideration understood understoodto ull erftood erftoodto
to be520000 be520000The 0020000The be 2OOOO 2OOOOThe
The homestead contains ten acres of ofground ofground ofground
ground an entire city clt block It is lo located lQcated hicated ¬
cated on the corner of Fifth East and andTenth an anTonth andTenth
Tenth South It is considered desir desirable doslrable dosirable ¬
able residence property and will in all allprobability allprobabIllt allprobability
probability be subdivided into build building buildIng buildIng ¬
ing Jots to accommodate the people who whoare whoare whoare
are building rapidly in that direction directionMr
Mr Ir Hoffman the purchaser holds holdsmuch holdsmuch
much valuable property in the te city < i13o and andin aJdIn apdill
in this purchase gives another proof proofof proo prooot prooof
of his faith in the th citys growth growthTO growthI growthTO
I
TO o CUBE A COLD IN ONE ONE O DAY DATTake DAYTnke DAYTake
Take I Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets TabletsAll TabletsAll TabletsAll
All druggists refund the money If it itfails itails itfails
fails to cure E W Groves signature signatureIs
Is on each box 25c 25cSAILORS 2ccSAILORS c cSAILORS
I
SAILORS REFUSED REFUSEDTO
TO TAKE CHANCES CHANCESParis
Paris Feb 15 1 15Forty Forty Fort sailors from the theFreaett theFreueh theFrench
French steamor steam steamerEiperance r Efcperance beoncingr to toHavre toH8Vle tojavre
Havre have returned to Marseilles a emOg on onboard onbOtrd onboard
board the Madagascar mail boat having havingrefused haln halnrCUSEd havingrefused
refused to engage > In contraband traffic trafficTho trafleTho trafficThe
Tho Ksperaiice i pern11 e sail sailed > d from Barry Eng EngInnd England England
land Oct 25 ostensibly ostrnslbl for or Saigon wltn wltna
a cargo of coal onl On arriving at Vtgo VU o the thecoaler theoalcr thecoaler
coaler Joinod the Russian RU > > Hlan Baltic aJtr altze squadron squadronand Quadronand
and continued lit Its compwny com ny to Mails Madagascar 11atJaztacnr Mailsgasear ¬
gascar Tlnirc lb rc the seamen related r ltltd the cir circumstances etceumstanc cm cmcumstance ¬
cumstances to the authorities and were weresent weresent weresent
sent home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The JSsperancr op Jan 13 1 was reported reportedat
at Nosslbe off the tfl Madagascar const constRhere COtlsthr cots4 cots4where
where hr her refrigerating machinery machmor was wasdamoced WpSdamolad witsdamaged
damaged damocedNEW damoladNEVI damagedNEW
NEW REDUCTION PLANT PLANTSpecialto PLANTSpeclal1o PLANTSpeoialto
Specialto The Herald HeraldBoston HeraldBoston heraldoston
Boston oston Vleb 1C 1liCnptalll Captain Duncan Mc 11c Ic
Vlrhie of the th Blngham Consolidated who who1ms
has left Boston Do ton for Denver takes or ¬
den with him from Managing Director E
L White to buy bu a reduction ro uction plant which whichwill whichwllI whichwill
will b be shipped during the present week weekto woelto weekto
to the properties pro ertles of the th Mexico Consoli Consolidated ConsoUcatd Consolidated ¬
dated compnys CO11In s property pro ert at Guanaveci GuanaveciGUILTY GuanaveelGUILTY
1 1GUILTY
GUILTY AS CHARGED CHARGEDSun
Sun Francisco Feb 15 1iAdolph Adolph Stif Stp Stpfen Steflens ¬
fens fen accused of fraudulent voting at the thelast Uiehutt thelest
last primary election vas today toda found foundKullty t04ndul1t foqndguilty
guilty ul1t after the Jurors had conferred conferredfor conferredfor
for a few minutes mlnut g This fa the Ul second secoridconviction iecoritlnonvlctlon secondconviction
conviction in connection eonneet on with tho pr4 pr4mariwi prJI primanes
manes marl Charles Wyman W an havjne been en pre previously Ir Irvlously ¬
I viously convicted < on K similar charge ohatgeT
T
i1 TAKE A PEEK INTO INTOOUR INTOOUR INTOI
I OUR SOUTH SHOW SHOWWINDOW SHOWWINDOW Sowt
t WINDOW WINDOWlJfy J Jfj
I fj lJfy tjJYouIl Youll u11 expose yourself toa toagreat to a agreat agreat
great temptation tern ptation in doing doings9 doings9likely doir so solikely splikely
likely to separate you from fr m a aquarter aquaTter aU
U quarter or half h lf adollar a dollar Noth Nothing N Nothing th thing ¬
ing in there but ties with the theprices theprices theI
prices tiedrdn tied 4 hhaTd bard knots hard hardenough h3tdejQugh hardenough
I enough to squeeze sque < le them into intoalmost irijFci9J1i1ost into intoakriost
almost nothing You Y OQ know knowwhen knQvwhen kflovI
when we e say maps theyre fhe re maps mapsRICHARDSON S1JapSRICHARriSON smzpsI
I I RICHARDSON ADAMS ADAMSA
< < A CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENAt MENAt MENThsjgit
At Thsjgit Thsjgitig The he Sign Signof
iFour7m J w 7m 7mMAIN THISof
of the FoUl I IIii
Iii 2 MAIN STREET STRE STREETI T
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gQ Q1GiNS ff iGWtE N S SIf
If 4Jt4iAUD JtI Jt4iAUD = ER i NttD CA3 CASES CASESThree 3 3Three J
Three Prisoners Agree to to TurnJ TurnJStates Turn Turntaf
2 States taf Evidence E e 1 1PERJURY
i
PERJURY MAY BE CHARGERUMORS CHARGE CHARGEhdU CHARGEDRUMORS
dU
RUMORS ORS OF SENSAIONAL N TION L DE DECharles DEA DECharles
A V LOpMErJTSr
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Charles VV Jone Henry Henry Martin and andEdward andEdwanc 1 d dEdwarl
Edward Banna H nna who wb figure conspicu conspicuously conspicuously consplcuously ¬
ously in the bounty bount frauds withdrew withdrewtheir withdrewtheir
their former pleas of not guilty yester yesterday yeaterdo yeterday ¬ I
day do afternoonbefore afternoon aftrnoonbetbreJudge beCbre Judge C B llDielt1 llDielt1and DIehl DIehland DIehiand
and it is understood underst d d that they lheybave lheybaveconsented have haveconsented haveconsented
consented to turn states tat s evidence evidenceplead eidtnceI evidEncePlead
plead I > ead guilty JulIt u1lty to conspiracy and take a alight aJf alight
light Jf ht jaIl sentence This compromise compromisewas
was made between County Attorney P PP PP PP
P Christensen Cht1st sen and Soren X ChrIsten ChrIstensen
sen attorney att ley for or the three defendants defendantsThey defendantsThe defendantsThey
They The wuved VtL ed their rights as to any fur further further furthen ¬
ther hearingand h aliIg and were held to appear appearIn app ar arIn
In the district disl riet court courtIt court1t courtt
It t was understood however yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day that tho t the charge of perjurywould perjurywouldbe perjury wouldbe Would Woulde
be e filed against the three men and an aneffort anetIort aneffort
effort will be made to hold them re responsible reponsibe resionslbhe ¬
sponsible for the burden of ofthe the frauds fraudsIt mudsIt
It Is also intimated that when Jones JonesMartin JoflesMartin ToilesllartIn
Martin and Hanna take the stand to togive togiv togive
give giv the testimony along thesame thesamelines the same sameJInes samelines
lines that Harry Harr J Roberts has fol followed folloed Lollolved ¬
lowed before b re Judge C B Diehi that it itmay itma itmay
may ma inplicate higher hIg er officials in the thefrauds thefrauds t
frauds
1 1WitJ1
May Hold for Perjury PerjuryWith P PerjuryWith rJury
With the th compromise which has been beenentered beenentered beenentered
entered into with the t e county attorney attorneyP
P P Christensen and Soren X Chris ChristCjjisen Christ Christqpsen
tCjjisen t sen attorney attorn e for the defendants defendantsthe
the burden of the case falls on David B BDa BDavies BDavies
Da Davies vies a ad d W V E Phillips who were wereonly wreonly wereonly
only charged with being implicated implicatedwith
with tht th gang lng Jteither Davies or Phil Phillips Phillips Phi1lips
lips could be charged with perjury but butjt but1t butit
jt Is unde un undebtood crbtoodthatdefinite ttood that definite steps will willbe w111be willbe
be taken today to have the three state statewitnesses statewItnesses statewitnesses
witnesses held for perjury perjuryThe perjuryThe perjuryThe
The iroiiminary hearings of Davies IavIesand Daviesand Daviesand
and Philps PhfI s will be taken up again this thismorning thISmorn thismorning
morning morn In at 10 oclock and Harry J JRoberts i iRobert
Robert witness for the prosecution prosecutionwho
who occupied ocnt lcd the stand all day yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day will oe recalled again this morn morning morning morning ¬
ing for further cross examination At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Frank Gustin for the defence defencedrew defencedrew defencedrew
drew contradictory statements frpm frpmRoberts frpmRoberts frprnRoberts
Roberts nd d but very little tUe evidence evidenceCvas c cvfdencewas deuce deuceas
was Cvas as produced producedin in yesterdays session by bythe bYtile bYthe
the prosecution prosecutionFIGHTFOR prosecutionFIGHTFORFULLWEIGHT I IFIGHT
FIGHT FIGHTFORFULLWEIGHT FIGHTFORFULLWEIGHTRetail FIGHTFOR FOR FULL WEIGHT WEIGHTRetail WEIGHTj j
Retail Butchers and an Grocers Get GetAfter GetAfter GetAfter
After Wholesalers Who Raise RaisePrices RaisePrices RaisePrices
Prices to Get Even EvenSeveral EvenSeveral I ISeyeral
Several Seyeral si sneakers > eakers at t the meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Retail Butchers Grocers associa association l15oclatIon autociation ¬
tion last night n Iht scored certain whole wholesale iihoiesale hoie hoiesale ¬
sale butter dealers deal rs who had added 1 1cen 1cen 1cen
cen a pound to the price of of the buttar buttarsold butt buttsrsold r rsold
sold by them because the association associationhad associationhad
had undertaken to compel the whole wholesalers wholesalers wholesalera ¬
salers to give full weight when selling sellingbutter sellin sellinbutter sellingbutter
butter to the retailers retailersSecretary retaHersSecreL1ry retailersSecretary
Secretary John A Burt was instruct instructed ¬
ed to write to the wholesalers accused accusedof accuscl accusclof
of boosting the price of butter and ask askthem askthem askthem
them to explain their action and say saywhether saywhether saywhether
whether they were trying to get even evenwith evenwIth evenwith
with the members of the he association associationfor
for forcing them to give full weight weightpackages weightpaokages weightpaoknges
packages or had some other reason reasonThe rca reasonThe on onThe
The bill of Senator Bamberper pro provising prlIqlng pr prviing
vising for attaching ttac ing and garnisheeing garnisheeingthe garnls eeinl eeinlthe
the salaries if f state county and city cityofficials cityotIiQIRIlUdi cityotflciis
officials otIiQIRIlUdi andemployeswho emDloy wIto dp not pajt pajtthoir pa pathaiI patjioir
thoir bills was as approved by the aseo aseociation aseocllltIon assoelation
ciation ciationTwenty cllltIonTwenty elationTwenty
Twenty firms made application at the themeeting tIlemeeting themeeting
meeting for membership memberJ hIp and were wereunanimously wereunanImously wereunanimously
unanimously voted In making forty fortynew fortyno fortynew
new no members that have come in lur durIng < 1urIno lurinr
inr Ino the past six we weeks weeksH ks ksH
H A Milan and Secretary John A ABuit ABut ABunt
But reported that they had met with withthe withthe withthe
the wholesale merchants of the city eft at attho attho atthe
tho Commercial club rooms and had hadbeen hadhean hadb1l
been promised by them that they they would wouldaid WQuidaid wouldaid
aid In keeping up prices and would wouldrefuse wouldreruse wouldrefuse
refuse to sell goods to dealers known knownto
to t have engaged engn ed in unfair tactics tacticsIt
It was decided to give iYe a it ball in Mod Modern 11odIm Modera ¬
era Woodmens hail the night of March Mar Marchl MarchCity < h hI hCIty
1 l
City Recorder John S Critnhlow de delivered d dlivered delivened ¬
livered an address on Advertising Advertisingwhich AderUsingwhich Athertisingwhich
which was listened to attentively and andliberally andlIberaHy andlIberally
liberally applauded applau < e
HAD A NARROW ESCAPE ESCAPEMan
Man and His Little Daughter Un TTnliarmed UnlUlrmed Unharmed
harmed in Collision C llision While WhileHorse WhileHorse WhileHorse
Horse Is I Killed KilledWilliam KilledWI1Uam KilledWilliam
William Desmond a junk dealer and andhis andh andhs
his h ICyfari lC fur Id daughter had 14 < 1 it iC iCescape jiaivovv jiaivovvescape tlA tlAescape
escape from death in a collision with withu
u 1 street treft crr at 10 oclock last night nightAs nightAs nightAs
As it was wa one of the horses Desmond Desmondvas Desmondwait >
vas 11 driving wag WU instantly instant kuUd k h The Thencrident The1Idellt Theaeeideiit
ncrident happened at Ute crossing crossln of ofSxth orSxlh ofStIi
Sxth Souh and State streets Dos Dosmond Dosreond Dosmond
mond nhohad ho had been drinkingstopped drinkingstoppedMt drInkinJ stopped stoppedat
at the th place to water his horse He Hestarted HestaTtcc Hestartcd
started up not seeing the approaching approachingAshlaiO ap apfihachliigshIui 1 ching ching5hlI9
AshlaiO shIui ajvenuecar evenue enue car He was talking talkingto
to his lisitti ntflfglrj gin In the w wago soit goji with him himat himut himtt
at t tt tile e time tlm He H did Hl 3ee ee the car > When WhenI whentvolate vhentuolate
I tuolate too Inle ti t > Dull the th team oUt of the theway theWfLuL thewn
way WfLuL wn tut he threw thrc hisdaughter hl daitghtor au tor adls adlstance adlstlancE a Wa Wa1nce
tance of otton ten feed to sjitety One horse horsewas horsewas lOrs lOrsftB
was ftB Jpstantlyklllhi the e collision and andesiiond andt andbesr1oit
besr1oit t > > esiiond 1Iottltts Syus Wits tttpqttftt tl to iJt out uiion Ul lIOfl Ol tot tnelody tott thCtrthd
t lody dy aPthe dead d ad niinal amlbull jfffe it escaped escapedwithoutInjury asc escapdwithoutnJur ped
I withoutInjury without 1njur Thfe1 Th oar was nst s consid considerably conslderabl considerably ¬
erably erabl battered batteredWERE battEreiWERE battsret1WERE
WERE HEAVILY INSURED INSUREDNew INSUREDf
New < f W York Feb 15 1iThe The insurance l ll i1UI1I1lC on nntlif ontIt onthy
thy tIt British stpaniors team teamorsApdIio r Apollo and Scotsman Seotzmanwhich Scotsmanwhich omnn omnnw
w which It have been bo n captured bytrio by otno Japan Japanc <
c C1 1e e > amounts to 560000 The aggregate auyresuteinsurance aggregateinsurance grIDiteIlUiprafQ
insurance on fit th the twelve steamers bound boundfor boundfor boundfor
for Vladivostok which have ha vo t been > e n Hel seized seizedby elod elodby tI tIo
by the Japanese C since lnce Jan K 1 amounts amountsto amountsMtn
i
to OVIT o 60000a 1500000Man 60000aMan
Man Who Did Too Well WellLouisville WellLoulsv11l WellLouIsville
Louisville Courier Journal JournalA
A man may soil oll too much of the ar article arti artide ¬
tide ti < le which ho i Ifl dlsjiluylnp dl tlylnS to his custo ctiEtom customr customers
m mr rs and I know of a t paso In point which whichhappened whichI whichhappened
happened to friend of mint mId > 111 lute HltuUowman lutel3ownuun to toBowman
I Bowman BowmanMy l3ownuunMy
My 1 friend frindhad had a fine place offered ofC red him himwith himI
I with an organ or dn factory an rind j ho accepted acceptedIt
I It the salary being up in the four figures figuresHo flgUf figuresI 8 8Ht
J I Ho went wc > nt out and to his first customer customersold C1stomerII
sold tilt entire output of tilt > plant The Tftecustomer Thecustomer Thecustomer
II customer agreed to take all that the fac factory factor raetory ¬
tory tor could make Having nothing moro moroto moroto moreto
to sell en my friend rl nd returned to the house housewell <
I well wJ pleased with hs his ls flucce IIUccefi s and for forseveral forseveral
several 8 > ra1 days sat around smoking smo > klng sooa sooacigars gonecigars
cigars while tho firm patted i > him on the theback thebark tfl tflbaek
I back One day iia ho h i came In and boss bosscalled bossral1 bosscalled
called ral1 < d him over suyjng sa UI In this fashion fashionI =
I vlll have to give yow ou toe usual uuntthirt usualthirty l vat vatthirty
thirty thirt days > notice You haP done so sowell sown sowelt
well that we have no further use tor you youor younr OU OUor
or any traveling man We arc sorry to tolost tolos tolose
lost you O I but you sold too niucri at the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first crack
I
He Knew KnewCleveland KnewCleveland KnewCleveland
I IChlJdrel1
Cleveland Plain Dealer DealerChildren DealerChildren
Children we will now have anVxam anVxamplc an anexum anexumpIe txum txumpIc
pIe In dlvlBlon Tommy TlKRlejr Tlegl If your yourfather yourtBthcr yourfather
father brought homo K l io > to divide with withyour withour withyour
your our mother what would silo got KotTen botTen gotTen
Ten dollars dollarsTommy dot1trsTomm dollarsTommy
Tommy Tomm you OU dont know your lesson lessonNo lessonNo lessonn2aalfl
No maam but I know my mother motherAn motherAn motherAn
An Oversight OversightMJ Ov rslght rslghtI
MJ I thought said the father of a stren strrnuou strenUQu strenuouI
uou nyaarold when I bought the kid kida kif kifa
a train of cars a 1 fire enema an onto ontomobile antomobl1 antemobile
mobile < a mechanical monkey mjnk and S1 n nwatch i iwatch I Iatb
watch atb for or Christmas that would bo about aboutall nb abqutall ut utnIl
all for orhim orhimI him him1who himt
t An Anti isnt be satisfied as1 asiceti ct1 th thp min minJ10 nvnwho
who J10 lives next nextdoQT extidoorNo door doors > r ro
No o a answered wfJr d tile paP pipzit th wtn r ci dtifp dtifpIgh dciPsigh
s sigh lgli 1 neglected to gUt him i hJuxhaminer hJuxhaminerto m ahammer ahammerto
to smash them with
II
JAPS HAD BETTER TOOLS TOOLSStoessels TOOLSStoessels TOOLSStoessels
Stoessels Reason for Succe Success s of f Gen General G Gnoral n neral ¬
eral Nogi NogiLondon NoglLondon NogiLondon
London Feb 15 15The The corrc corropondont t > ondent Ond nt a aPort at atPort atPort
Port iiaJd aJd of the th Standard ffiyos sw ° s an a = In Interviaw Intervfcwlth Intervjw
terviaw tervfcwlth with Gciicral Ge ral Stoesscl St eSel chiefly de denying denYing denying ¬
nying the charges made by the Peking Pekingthe l Pekingcogrosjjondont ek1ngcDJrosponaJont
cDJrosponaJont ot the TImes o6nccrnhu o6nccrnhuthe ncerning ncerningthe
the surrender of Port Arthur ml Its do dotenslva delinshoconditIon dofnstvo
tenslva linshoconditIon condition General Stowfesol Sto QJ at attributed attributed attnibuted ¬
tributed the Jar Japanese Ja > > anese success in srcat srcatmeasure nreatpleasure cat catntensure
measure to the superlative 3u > erlath quality of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their drilling UK tls tOi > IB as comparer with withthoBe withthol5e withthose
those of the Russians which latter quick quickly qujc1tJy ¬
ly deteriorated < l when used against hard hardrocK hardock nardock
rocK ock The general emphatically declareu declareuthat dcciarecthat dee1arethat
that all the public descriptions of the thtsecond thtssecond thesecond >
second line of fcrts xvcre purely Imagln Iroaglnary Imaglna Imaglnany
any a 1 These forts lIe said were only onl tem temporary temporary tealporary ¬
porary defenses defensesGeneral defensesGeneral
General Stoessel Sto l farther declared that thatthe thatt thatthe I
the t e strength trcngt of the th garrison < arrlt > oJl1 never neveramounted neveramounted neveramounted
amounted to 23000 2 OOO men m n At the end of QtApril ofAprn ofApril
April before the Investment Inc2tmentbecllme became total totaltheTiusslan totnltheRussfan totaltlJeRussIan
theTiusslan torces on the Kwantung pe peninsula penimhiia peninsula ¬
ninsula were only 196S8 6S8 He tulhered t hr to tothe tothe tothe
the original reasons given tor the aurrr aurrrdor surrdoe U Udor
dor and throughout the Interview aD aDpoared nDpeared CPpeared
peared to bo bitter btt r whenever the navy navywas na naVas nawas
was referred to toWILL toWILL toWILL
WILL MEET MEETON ON SATURDAY SATURDAYSmoot SATUAYSmoot
Smoot Committee Will Then Make MakeUp 1akeUp MakeUp
Up Its Mind as a to Pu Putnre Future Puture
ture Action ActionWashington ActionWpghln ActionWashinton
Washington Wpghln ton Feb 15 15Chalrman Chairman Bur Burrows Burrowa Bunrows ¬
rows has called a meeting of ttye senate senatecommittee senatecommittee seriahecommittee
committee on privileges prJvile elS and ztnc elections tp tpbe t tbe Q Qbe
be held on onflaturday Saturday Saturd Y to consider the ar arguments arguments angumerits ¬
guments of counsel in the Smoot inves investigation Investfg invcatigation ¬
tigation tfg > atfon and determine unon u n some course courseof courseot
of action There has ha > been no meeting of ofthe ottho ofthe
the committee since the t e hearings were wereclosed wertclosed wereclosed
closed and no consultation of members membersto memb rs rsto
to discuss whether it is possible Jto de decide decIde tiecide ¬
cide the thOC3S0 case at this session of congress congressIn c cdngrcssin ngrc s sIn
In view 10 of tho limited time that remains remainsof
of the present session the disposition is isto Isto Isto
to postpone action until the next session sessionThere sessionThere sessionThere
There are so f > I many points involved in inthe Inthe iiithe
the discussion db c1tsslon that it is estimoted that thata
a week weec or more would be required in the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate to bring brIn the case to a vote The Thearguments Thearguments Thearguments
arguments of o counsel have been bound in inone Inone inone
one volume and are belnc be1n distributed distributedSAILED distributediI distributedSAILED
iI iISAI
SAILED SAI LED FOR ODESSA ODESSAPort ODESSAP ODESSAPort
Port P rt Said Feb 15 15General General Stoessel and
573 5 3 officers and men from Port Arthur Arthursailed Arthursailed rthur rthursnlled
sailed 0 this afternoon for Odessa on board boardtho boardtho boardthe
tho steamer St Nicholas
MARRIAGE MADE EASY fORSI FOR FORSHY FORShY
SI SHY + lY BRIDES BY < C JlERKELDREDGE RK ElDRELJGE
i i iHo > <
Ho Hoqh h 3er iter < flocley flocleyGenerations Td d y yGeneratIons I
Generations of blushing brides yet yetunborn yetunbOrii et etunb
unborn unb r lwill Svill rise to do honor to the themgmory thePl theJgaeph
mgmory Pl Ory of goijnty 01nty ClerH Cle Jpeeph Jps < ph Under UnderwStfil Ur UjtderFor er ero
wStfil o l jsraredke jr jrFor JrFor
For years e2rs unnumbered the blushing
brides have suffered under und r the rule lul that thatrequired thatrequfred thatrequired
required applicants for marriage It Itcenses licenses ILcenses
censes to state their ages Pull well wellthe wellthe wellthe
the brides knew the newspaper report reporters reportelShardencd reportenshardened ¬
elShardencd ers hardened creatures crfaturesouJd would seize seizewith seizewJth seizewith
with avidity upon the ages set forth forthon
on Or the Applications and blazon the thesame thesame
same forth to a 1 callous c Uous world worldThe worldThe
The brides suffered not in silence silenceThey silenceThey alieneeThey
They have Dleaded they have coaxed coaxedthe coaxedt coaxedtutu
the t tY have threatened Some of them themJiaVe thembave themhaVe
haVe tvei wet > t But the rule was of iron ironNo IronNo ironNo
No age no license and brides have havebeen havebeen i ibeen
been given the alternative of foregoing foregoingmarital foregoingmarital j jmarital
marital blise b1fs or stating their ages agesBut agesBut
But now thanks t anks to t the Joseph of ofblessed ofbI ofbl
blessed bI s sed Cj memory the bride no longer longerneed longerneed longerneed
need inform the world concerning the thenumber thenUmb thenumber
number nUmb r of winters and summers she shehas shebni shehas
has seen Ge n come and go The new rule rulemerely rulemerely
merely m rely requires that brides shall swear sweartliey swearthey
they the are over 18 and that bridegrooms bridegroomsshall
shall swear they are over 21 21Brealhes 2L 2LBr 21Britaties
Brealhes Br atbcs there a abrJde bride who will not notconfess Dotconfess notconfess
confess to 18 18CONTEST 181 181CONTEST 18CONTEST
CONTEST DRAGGING DRAGGINGDenver DRAGGINGDenver bRAGG1NGDenver
Denver Feb 15 15oScvcral Several of 0 the mom members mambens mombees ¬
bens of f the legislative committee appoint ¬
ed to hear evidence in the Peabody
Adums gubernatorial bmutorjtl contest failed to toappear toJppear toappear
appear m h1 the committee room tonight tonightand tonlgbtund tonightand
and the beginning Qf rebuttal evidence on onthe ont onthe
the part of the contestor was necessarily necessarilypostponed necessarilypostponed S l
postponed t f Adjournment 3j was taken until
130 > tomorrow afternoon Chairman Grit Griffith GtitItb Grit11th ¬
fith Itb is confined to his hi room with a se sejvere severc sovere
jvere verc cold
III IIIRECEIVER
RECEIVER ASKED ASKEDNewark ASKEDNewark ASKEDNewark
Newark N J J Feb 15 15ApplIcatlop Application Applicationfor
for the appointment of a receiver for forthe f Or Orthe r rthe
the Standard Lead Smelting com company compall cornpany ¬
pany pall was s made to Vice Chancellor Em Emory Emory Emory ¬
ory today t day by Alois Brombach one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the stockholders of the company He HeUeges HeUe Healleges
alleges Ue e that the company is Insolvent InsolventIt
r It is capitalized at 1000000
The correct ages must be inserted in inthe Inthe inthe
the license but the cursed reporters reportersdo
do not have access acce s to the licenses licensesThey licensesThey ilcensesThey
They must content themselves with withwhat withwhat withwhat
what Information they can extract extjaetfrom utractfrom extractfrom
from the applications applicationsThe app ciatlons
The first applications under the rule rulecame rulecame rulecame
came in yesterday when Barney Rein ReinColo Reinhardt Reinhardt
hardt and Ida Cl1 Chijman a pf of TeUuridCOlo TeUurid rejlurideCob <
Colo Cob and Alma w Harrison and Lo Lovina 10vina Lovina
vina Brown of Crescent Utah were weregiven weregiven weregiven
given licenses licensesA
A marriage boom Is expected as a dl direct dlrectresult dlrect ¬
rect rectresult result of the new rule Thus will willMr willMr willMr
Mr Eldredge have earned not only the theapprobation theapprobation theapprbbatioa
approbation of the blushing brides but butof butof butof
of those t1 ose who hold that they who com commltteth com1itteth coinmitteth
mltteth not race suicide are creator creatorthan greaterthait reator reatorthnn
than he who taketh a h city cityi cityAral cityAialn
i Agrain AgrainHoch Aral AialnHoch
Hoch tier cr Jodey JodeyBARRATTHALL
MRS MRSBERTHA RS RSBERTHA
BERTHA KUNI KPrNZ BAKER BAKERAT BAKERBARRATT
AT ATBARRATT
BARRATTHALL BARRATTHALLThis BARRATT HALL HALLThis
This Afternoon at 4 4 oclock oclockCHILDRENS oclockI oclockCHILDRENS
CHILDRENS HOUR HOURReadings HOURRoadln HOURReadings
I
Roadln Readings s from Kipling KipU Riley Field and andothers anaI andothers
others othersTonight othc othcTonight othersTonight
I
Tonight at 815 oclock oclockPart
Part 1 IVIctor Victor Hugos Los L Mistrablos MistrablosPart MiserablosPart li5trablosPart
Part 2 Selections from Austin Dotation DotationCoupon DobtonCoupon DobisonCouPon
Coupon tickets 5100 100 for live good any anyrecital an anrecital anyrecital
recital Matinee price 25c fic c Evening E ning sin single single singb ¬
gle gb admission sac 50 to season s ason ticket hold holders holders holdera ¬
ers 25c
t r
WALKERS STORE STOREYOU STOREMARKTis STOKEMARKTis
MARKTis MidWeek for the theSpl theSplendid
Spl Splendid ndid Carpet Curtain Curtainx CurtainDrapery
x Drapery Sale Salel SalellAvEyoU <
l DAVE llAvEyoU YOU YOUU NEGLECTED NE6LECTEDTO TO TOCOME1 TOCOME1Blizzard COME COMEBlizzard COMEi COMEiBlizznrd
Blizzard and dropping < mercury the first days of the sale did not keep those away awat who whohad whobad whohad
had apartments ap rtments and new ne home to furnish nor that multitude of other buyers thinking of the thespringtime thfspringtime thespringtirne
springtime replenishing Enthusiasm E and vigor has reigned reign > d to the present moment and andwill andfill andivill
will continue until closing of store Saturday Saturda night The wonderful reductions make us ussure usSi1re ussure
sure prophets Read ReadA ReadA ReadA
A PARTIAL LIST OF THE EXTRAORDINARY PRICE PRICERDWftRINCESaTllE PRICEDIFFERENCES PRI E EDlffERENCESTUE
DIFFERENCES DlffERENCESTUE THE UPSTAIRS SECTION IS ISFILLED ISFilLED ISFILLED
FILLED WITH WIT ITI1 OTHERS OTDERSI 1
I
t Carpets end 4k1 4k1Axminsteranrpets I IAxminsteXoarppis
Axminster AxminsteXoarppis carpets Sli75 to 225 a yard yardreduced yardredu yardreduced
reduced redu ad to to145 to145Velyetst tot4Velyets l4av l4avVelvets
Velvets 125 and 150 reduced to 1 1 a ayardj ayard ayard1iO
yard yard1iO 110 and 125 to toS toST to85Tapestry 85c 85cTapestry
Tapestry T pestry Carpets the 110 lio iiOa fa a yard yar yarSc yarScthe S5c 85cthe S5c95c
the 1 i for7QC for7QC95c or75eThc
95c allwool ingrain carpets carpets reduced radn ed to to75c to7cc
75c 7 c
40c Granite carpets reduced to to25c to25cYilton to2cV91ton 25c 25cWilton
Wilton rugs sold at t 4250 and 45f 4ijfor3S 45for383S or 38
38 Wilton riIton rugs for for30 for303250L for30325OAxminster 30 303250Axminster
3250Axminster 3250L minster rugs reduced to t042S to2 28
20 tapestry rugs reduced to to15 to15t850 to1 to1ii5O f 35
1050 proBrussels nigs 1 reduced to to875 to875the to875the 875 875the
the 1050 to to75O to75OLce 750 750Lace 750Lice
Lace LaceCOc CurtQjns CurLthnsflOe
flOe 6 c to 75c a pair kinds ins for foi3c 350 v vSue 1
Sue S > c to 125 1i 1 2S a pair kinds ll 1indST5c 1indST5c15O ds 75c JC i
150 to 225 a pair kinds Idnds115 Idnds1153to 115
3 3to to 5 a pair pairkiudi25O pairkiudi25Oio kinds dnd 250
550 50 to 9 a pair kinds kinds45O kinds45Ovr50 i50
vr50 750 to t 10 a i pair kinds kinds5 kinds5i2 5
12 to 15 a pair kinds kinds75O kinds75OiS5O 7nO
1550 to 25 a pair kinds Jdndsi1250 1250
Portieres
325 to 4 a pair kinds for for2 2
6 to 7 a flair kinds for for5350 for350io 350
10 to 12 a pair kinds kinds4 kindsO25 G25 25
15 1 to 25 a pair kinds Idnds1250 Idnds1250Couch kindsI250Couch 1250 1250The
Couch Covers CoversThe
The 225 22 to 3 kinds kinds175 kinds175The 175 175The
The 450 to 550 5 O for for375 for375D for37The 375 375The
The 36 6 to 750 for for550 for550Drapery 550 550Splendid
D Drapery Goods VeloursTapestries Velurs I ITapestries
Tapestries and Amures Amuresfor Amuresfor
for Portiores or Furni Furniture Furnture
ture Covering CoveringSplendid t tSplpndid
Splendid lot lot1 3 to 15 l yard pieces formerly formerly1to2ayardfor35e
1 1to2ayardfor35e to 2 a yard for for35r 35e SOl > Soiiie oine4ayardfor oine4ayardforOOc lP 4 a yard for for90c for90c
90c up to 450 a yard ard for fo1150 fo1150urtaJn forL0curtain f 150 1502Qc
curtain urtaJn Nets Nets20c
2Qc and 2oc a yard kinds kinds12 12 l2c l2c35c i2c35c t2c35c
35c to 75c 7 c a yard for fOl25c 25c Up to 150 a a ay aytlrdOc g gyitrd
yitrd y ytlrdOc ytlrdOcCurtain rd50r oOc 1 1Curtain I
Curtain swiss 25c 2 c a yard lrd for for9c 9c the loo 15ca 1 1a I
a yard for for10c lOc the lOc a yard for for7c 7c
THE STORE DOWN N STAIRS O OFFERS OFFERSSilk
Silks i1k1 for Shirt Waist Suits up to 140 1 40 ysri yr for for13c fo3c fo3cNswLt 73c 73cNw
Nw NwLet L t of Walking Skirts Skir for Womm Womnt to t 20 kinds at atON atONTHfRDOFF atONLTHIRD ONE ONETHIRD I
THIRD THfRDOFF OFF PRICIS PRICISEx PRICiSLxtriordipirv s sExtraordinary
Extraordinary Ex traord hmry reductions rCdQ ct ions on mens n1Pnstiesand men s ties and underwear un untwerReninints 1ear 1earRentn x xKcnmants
Kcnmants Rentn nts of oftable table linen and wash fabrics going for little littleChatelaine litt1ChateJaine littleCliatelaine
Chatelaine bags and fans at atUALP HALF ALF PRICES PRICESVomens PRlESWomens V VWomens
Womens kid kidglovesthr gloves glovestlur thre e splendid splendidofferil1gs offerings offeringsDcess i iDress >
Dress 1 > ress trimmings veilings handkerchiefs hand1 ercbi fs greatly g eatly under 1nd r regular regYJarWomens pjjicesr pjjicesrWomens j Iqs Iqswomens
Womens shoes Sh oes oxfords slippers up to 750 75 iO 0 for f for4 r 345 345Womens 345Womens 45 45Womens
Womens winter cooits cottsLESS LESS THAN HA HTF F PRICES PRICESKnit PRICESKnit ct ctKnit
Knit garments iuid u nd d hosiery for women and undochi an diildren chi ren at ntspecial special reductions reductionsStationery reductionsi reductionsStationery
atntioD Stationery ry and Noti Notion D stores t ref have splendid offerings otrerDJ offeringsI x
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CURSE or DRINK DRINKDrunkenness RI
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Drunkenness DrunkennessWhiskey S I
Whiskey r and Beer
j jCURED Habit HabitCURED HabitCURED
CURED TO STAY CURED CUREDGiven CUREDWHITERIB80N CUEEDWHITE
WHITERIB80N WHITE RBBO REMEDY REMEDYGiven
Given in a Glass ass of MilK Tea Coffee Water or Mixed in iaFood inFood inFood
Food Without Patients Knowledge KnowledgeI
I announce to the th world that I have
absolute
an cure ure ureof of drurk drunkenness nni in n
any form in White Ribbon Remedy based bas < d on thousands thuu thouands ands of cur cures made 5 5By or
the most obstinate ca cases es after takill taking W WhIte Jte Ribbon Remedy By degrees degreesthe
the patient gets < ts A distaste for Intoxicants and finaU finally Jt leaves > aM oft altogether
It Is wonderful Many a hard drjMl tinker er has thus been reelaim b by White
RIbbon Remedy and restored to his
famIly and friends Witj WAlte Ribbon RIb is
easily and secretly given toan to anyone one without their knowledge by t foflewing ll wlng
the simple directions It Is tasteless odorless Od0l and perfectly safe to take
r
S
ms ANNA OGRE MOOREForYoars OGREForYears
ForYears Press SuperiJ SuperiJten Superint
ten t a n den ti e a t of Womens WomensChnlsthtn Vamells VamellsChriSt
ChriSt Chnlsthtn n Temperanee TemperaneeUnion TeinperaneeUnion
Union States White Rib Ribbon Ribbn
bon RemedY Has HasBrought HasBrought
Brought JOY and nd Glad Gladness
t tness
ness to tho thousands u s n d s ot ofHomes i iHomes
Homes HomesI
I
White Ribbon Remedy will cure or ordestroy ordestroy ordestroy
destroy the diseased di asett appetite for all allalcoholic ailalcoholic allalcoholic
alcoholic drinks whether the patient patient ftt is isa isa
a confirmed < l inebriate a a tippler so social socIal social ¬
cial drinker drlnk r or drunkard Impossible Impwaiblefor Impos lb1e lb1etor
for anyone to have an appetite for foralcoholic foraleoholic foralcoholic
alcoholic liquors hiquo after using Whit WhitRibbon WbIRIbbon WhiteRibbon
Ribbon Remedy It restores thevlctim thevlctimto
to normal health he ltJ1 giving him him or her herst hersteld hersteady
steld steady st ady nerves and a determination to toresist toresist toresist
resist temptation temptationThis temptndonThis temptationThis
This Remedy for Drunkenness is In Indorsed Indorsed Indorsed ¬
dorsed by Members of a Wo Womans Womans Womans ¬
mans Christian Tem Temperance Temperance TernperanceUnion ¬
perance peranceUnion peranceUnionMrs UnionIrs Union UnionMrs
Mrs Irs Anna Moore press svpertaten svpertatendoat supeniatendcut n ndQ
doat dQ t of the Womans Christian Tem Temperance Pemparanee Ternparsnot ¬
perance Union Los Angeles Angel ngel Cal Ca1States Calsta Caltaes
sta States es hI I have tested te ted White Ribbon WtotxmRemedy 1UbtwnR RibbonRemedy
Remedy R medy on very obstinate dniwkmrds dniwkmrdsand druakardsad
and 8 d the cores have been many mall in inmost 111most l lmost
most cases the remedy was given with without without without ¬
out the patients Knowledge kDowe ge I cheer cheerfully clleerfully cheerfully ¬
fully recommend and advise to give giveit
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