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j 4 THB SALT LAKE LAI HERALD HEI A TolD SATURDAY SA1l RDAY MYEMBER li ElIBER 11 1905
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GOVERNOR HERRICKS VIEW VIEWOne VIEWOnC VIEWae
One ae thins thin atnnda out vary Yet clftarly n nouTnor fliTuZ
< ouTnor 1 iTuZ Herrleks HarrIek remarks on the thet theu1it
t t uint of the election in Ohio That ThatIf ThatIf Thatlc
If is v ry Y worry indeed lntle d that he w wited was waslro wa waf
f ited Ho is l Cjraful C 1ul to say though thoughtjt thouchtJ
tjt tJ < h3 h sympathy la not Ot for or himself himselfj I IJ
j it lor ur the thouuuids t ouun a of Republican Republicanho i it
t ho voted tNI for him The ION is theirs theirsjt i it
jt t his l L in the th opinion opl on of ofUPritk Governor GovernorIfprrirk
Ifprrirk The 1 he executive rtnda In the re relUs reiltr
lUs ltg in Ohio aDdel aadeawhee and also where an evidence evidencetoo vMenceI ldenc6 ldenc6too
I too great wUUnln willingness lil on the part of oft
1
t n r public to follow after strange gods godsilt eodsJI godsiIc
JI ilt > pays paysjj I It
jj The greatest danger now confront confrontvig confronti I Ig
i t vig g the th American people p opI is I the th readi readiay readiIn
ti ay In response 00 to some sudden whim whimor I II Il
or l r pretext to desert party principles principlesi
I I Ild
i ld J 1 follow some individual who claim claimjm clalniliJmf elairnrnctizncs
jm rnctizncs > times with sincerity 5ilncerlt often with withlypocrisy withl1oCrIs rlthYPocris3
lypocrisy to represent a cause that thathigher thathfzl1 thatb1hc
higher hfzl1 < r than party fealty This spiiit spiiiti IiJpilitJuh spiritouId
i Jihli nould ouJd decry party government governmenti
1 r Trty irty responsibility and anddn establish establishtdiviluul eatablisl1di
< tdiviluul di dn dul 1ud Jeadership in its stead may mayivaru ma malvnhl mayvtri
ivaru vtri i some iiertonal ambitions but buti butiO1ip1iiii
i accompli no good go 041 to society It Itiffri 1tl
iffri l fr the most fruitful Held for the thei
> 1 niagogue and the iconoclast and andvhil1 andhll andV
vhil1 V hll some good ood men may be swept sweptto
to power upon a popular wave that thativcrnlts thatIOU1s thatli
ivcrnlts li I rrkS principle the strain upon out outx outttutions
x j titutlona and upon the fundamental fundamentalt fundamentalLtlhs
t Ltlhs uth atlrs which lie at the bottom o of our ourKJVirnment ourhh ourr2ment
KJVirnment hh rnmcnt will 111 leave the structure structurenvthfr structurethrr > > ttucturethr
nvthfr thr weaker than stronger strongerThe atrongQrTh strongurT1i
The individual who In seeking s self aelfmqneut selfsmnmeut lf lfi
i van mqneut inent is willing willln to allure the thei theopl thefrom
i opl from the principles and poi poitts loief
tts 1 SLIt ff government to the adulation adulationIf
If a popular idol is an enemy enem of his hisoaiitry Idsomtry hisourtry
oaiitry The newspaper which in or ori 01to ori
i r to swell tho receipts of the count countg
g I room is willing to pander to sensa sensauuiahsm sensapnaHRm sousanalism
uuiahsm nalism to deceive the people and andlay andLilY andLay
lay upon the he credulity of the unthink unthinkr
r g is s an enemy of mankind mankindWr mankindc mankindagree
Wr c agree with Governor Herrick in inj inj inj
j far r tl as his contention that party re rejorsibillty rer rer
jorsibillty r cr ibility is more satisfactory than thandividual UumdiIJual thandLi1ua1
dividual responsibility goes goe But the thersun theOll1 therjI
rsun Oll1 uf u1 the elections is that the par parirs pars
irs s must keep themselves clean The Theul TheulIUfans Theultidans
ul ulIUfans i tic Jans have been taught this year yeartney JeartJur yearthey
they were never taught before that thatAmerican thatAmeriCfu thatAmerican
< American voter is beginning to tohlnk tohlnk tohink
hlnk for himself that he does not fol foljv folJI tolJV
jv blindly b1irull any theory because it is a aRepublican aU ai1eiublican
Republican U < theory or a ft Democratlo Democratlohcory DemocrntiaworJ
t hcory hcoryThe 1eoryThc worJ worJlh
The lh time has coma m whon tho voter voteruk votarik otr otrUk
uk Is it right rl ht rather than Is it itDemocratic itncmoctaUc itDcmocratIe
Democratic or Is it Republican Th ThNun The The1H Ther
Nun r 1H who ho votes otea a ticket merely merel be beaute belu beurc
aute lu urc C it is a party ticket or supports supportsi
i principle merely merel because it is a party partyrlnnplp pftrtrlnCiptt partytriciiIe
rlnnplp is i becoming almost atmo t as much muchut muchut muchut
> ut of date as the newspaper that Is Isi IsLit IsAt
i Lit at a L party tlrt hack After nil party partyiniplesare put putIniplSo partyincples
iniplesare IniplSo are usually ulual1 formulated by b a arry 1 1r i irr
rry r rr r few men just as nominations are areimally arel areiually
imally l < > uo1l1 made by a very few men menThe menThC menThc
ThC principle makers and the candl candlite candJhtE candiite
ite makers are aa a liable to err as any anyi an antler anyher
i her human beings beJn and the rank and andf
f P have the right rl ht to dissent when they theyIt the theyi
It 1 not ot agree No party can succeed In Inhjs inhJs inhs
hjs Country vuntr any an longer Jonc r unless it is a aI aInn aan
I Inn < an party The boss has ha had a aVer aVerTI very veryirifj veryIng
irifj TI day da the gratter has had a long longy longbut
y but 1 > ut the thesun thesunset sunset et for both is I athand athandPENSIONS athandpENSIONS athandpENSIONS
PENSIONS FOR THE RICH RICHA RlcHdJtpatch
A A dispatch from Washington shlngtoft say sayat a aIt sayst
at t on account of the large awmlwr awmlwrplications uumbrjIlCtiOfl5 DUmborit1
it1 > plications tiled for age pension pensionartier 1XIOnurtler Ualowt Ualowtlrll
artier lrll r Roosevelts famous order olc1Ertluri N Ni Na Nacj
cj i there will be a deficiency of nearly nearlyUiOOuw near nearJ nearlyi
UiOOuw i J 06jII for the current fiscal year yearUih yearT4jj11 ear eard
Uih d h congress will be aked a ked to sup supAnother aupoothr supAnothar
> Another telegram from the tltenal theonal n nvonal
vonal nal capital toUt of applications from fromnillionaires from1i1lionaires fronttlllionaires
nillionaires for pensions under the thepnslons thenslons thensIons
pnslons for age order The eoinmis eoinmison3r comn coinmistomr i ilon
< on3r lon r of pensions cites e tes oiw o case j jhtch n nd nh1ch
d htch Ch a man who was drawing an ag agvenjon ale alepntion age4flOfl
venjon died the othor olh day d leavrnj ylttl aa aastate Sitstate n nstate
state valued at upward of 1MMO 1MMOAn 110 110An 14iiOAn
An applicant for f r a pension MtiIon is a a cap capaln capiI
aln 1 iI In iu l a New York regiment who s sputed sI aputed
I puted to be several vera times a million millionlire miUlontirl m iion iionire
lire The pension commissioner finds findsu lnd
9 u fault with theae the e applicatioN or with withhe withe IUt IUtL
he L order that has madethem possible poaalblcsays DOMI1tleJ
e
> h says it may be taken for granted grantedhat ranttd ranttdhat rant ranthat
hat in such > uch cases the pension non money moneyapplied moneyDIJJied moneyq
q < applied to charitable purpose purp MM But Butit t tit
4 it likely that thata K man with more than thanough thanough
> 1 ough wealth for hi his own 0 us nsa who is isnoan IsjHan isan
noan an enough to ask the government U Uive looiw toive >
oiw < ive him a pension would b be generous gonerousHough generousougli I IIougll
Hough to give away even the email smailiinount sma11 sma11Hl10unt emailimount
iinount of the pension Seems unrOlL unrer unrOlLnablE unriable
r nable doesnt It ftOur itOui or orOU1
Our theory of the pension p611 on system is isihat i ilhat huiat
ihat no pension should be given to a anan i inan
1 nan who does not need it Under this thisiy tIll tIllstem titlestetn
iy stein a millionaire even though ho hosad holad itoi4
sad lost both arms and both legs leg would wouldn i int
n < be entitle to a 1 pension for the good goodiiid goollLid
iiid sufficient reason that ho would fco fcoAbundantly tohundan behundantly
Abundantly hundan tly able to hire servants aeran ts to totake totako toako
take care o of him Th The dollars ha h would wouldreceive wouillreceive wouldreceive
receive from the government could not notmake totlmake totiI
I make him more comfortable or nura nurahappy niuetiippy fa fab1PP
happy happyThe b1PPThe tiippyThe
The intent oC the pension law Ill is 0 olako 0tako 0laito
lako care to some extent of Q the nrtip nrtipwho 11Pwho mijiwho
who fought fousht for the the th country andvv andvvbecause and nd ndbecause wlj wljcCause
because cCause of old age or disability d ItU ntt are no
longer able to care for themselves To Todo ToI todo
I do President Roosevelt justice we are arefree arefree areI
I free to say that t at we do not believe ho hothought bothought hothought
thought groat grz t abuses would follow toUo his hisqrdar hi hiqraer hisgrcler
qrdar 78 He had probably Droha y heard h d of ofsome ofsome ofhome
some cases in which deserving aesef lng voterans voteranswere voteranswere lteranswere
were deprived of pensions or delayed delayedin detay d din
in receiving them through difficulty in inproving InprovlngdisabU Inproving
proving provlngdisabU disability disabilityHis dipabilityIlls t tIIls
His impatience with red tape doubt doubtleas doubtless doubtlti
leas lti had much to do with the order but butthe butthe butthe
the country is reaping the conse consequences cQnscquences cqnseluences ¬
quences quencesJOHNSONS quencesJOHNSONS luencesJOHNSONS
JOHNSONS NEW IDEA IDEAMayor IDEAIayor IDEAMayor
Mayor Tom JohnsoTi of Cleveland Clevelandhas Clcotanhas
has according to a dispatch under undertaken undertaken undertaken ¬
taken u deoidadly unique task The Themayor Thenmyor Themayor
mayor is alarmed over the large num number numblr numbsr ¬
ber of casea Q ef of suicide in his hi city oit tt ttwants Uo Uoants L Ltnnt °
wants tnnt ants to stop those acts of selfde selfdestructlort set self de deslructlol1 destructiozi
structlort and ho has appointed what whatmay whatma whatmay
may ma be termed an antimileide commis commission commlsalon commission ¬
sion consisting ot three mernbetta U itwill Uwill Uwill
will be the duty of this board to seek seekout sockout sackOut
out those who are contemplating sui suioide suiolde suiolde
olde and attempt to dissuade them front fronttheir fromtheIr fronttheir
their purpose purposeThe purposeThe purposeThe
The difficulties in the way W arc enough enoughto cnouhto
to daunt a more determined man man than thanMayor thanMayor
I I1Iayor
Mayor Johnson It is hoped that those thosewho tbosewho thosewho
who are planning to kill themselves themselveswill themslvewill I IwIll
will write to the commission concerning concerningtheir concerningtholr concernIngtheir
their intentions stating the reasons reasonstherefor reasonstherefor reasonstherefor
therefor The commission commi slon will then on ond ondMvor ondeavor
dMvor d AVOr to tf remove the causes What in inavenue qttavenue i iavenue
avenue this opens for the petty grafter grafterIt
It will be so ij easy to tell the commission commissionstarte oQlmnl cwnm1ssiuzeLeriee lub 1 1storlu
starte of poverty J < werU and c1 distress in the theh thobOPlt thehO4a
h bOPlt P of otreoeJyJtf reoeivJrfg aid aidPeople aidPeople I IPeople
People who really l ll contemplate suicide suicideare suicideare suicideart
are not apt fo o say ay anything about it to toanybody tosybod i iyb04
anybody yb04 They usually usualIyiaake Utl Ur wk up their theirminds tholrmind thuirmInds
minds mind to die and then shuttle off ff by the themeat theIftfMIt themnit
meat convenient route yout AH the com commissions co coinmissions tn tnUtWslonu ¬
missions i In the country could not put u uslop Rlop
slop lop > to the practice Nevertheless the theCleveland l theCleveland 1 1Clcolanft
Cleveland experiment will arouse a agood agoOd agood
good deal ot interest and it it accom accomplishes accomplishes aomplialtes ¬
plishes nothing else it will bring forth forthmany forthmany forthmany
many arguments against suicide Some Someof Somaot Someof
of themmny prevent a few fools from fromkilling fromkilling frontkilling
killing themselves them eIse too tooWIDOWS tooI tooA tooA
I
A WIDOWS STATEMENT STATEMENTA
A Des Moines Qine8 la man died the other otherday olherday otherday
day in a fit of delirium tremens com coming comtng coinlug
lug at the end nd of many nlan years oalS of drunk drunkenness dtuukenne drunkenness ¬
enness enne s and neglect of his family fumU A Anewspaper Anewitpalel Anewspaper
newspaper reporter l went to see tho thowidow thowidow thuwidow
widow who was left with ton children childrento
to get some information about the dead deadman deadman deadman
man In 1 response to his request the thewidow lhewidow thewidow
widow sat down and wrote wroteIn wroleIn wroteIii
In announcing the death d 8th of William WilliamClark WillhunClalk WilliamClark
Clark please do not say that his fam family famny fantily ¬
ily will deeply mourn For years etus ha hahas hehas tiehg
has hg been bo n a husband and father only onl in inname 111na111 inname
name For affection aff Uon we have received receivedin l ceiit1 ceiit1In
in return only curses and blows Ho Hohas II liehas I
has h 9 neither fed us nor clothed us It Is labetter isbetter
better for him that ho is dead It ia iabatter Isbatter I
batter for us Now No that the long dark darkchapter darkchtipter
chapter Is ended do not make us hypo hypocrites hpOcritOfl hypocrIte ¬
crites by b publishing that which is not nottrue nottrue
true trueThe trueTito ue ueThe
The question is did the woman take takethe takethe < <
the right course We e are gradually graduallygetting graduallygetting
getting away from the theory that thatnothing ti1atnothIng thatnothing
nothing but good should bo said of the thedead thedoad thedead
dead No o more striking illustration of ofthie oCthis ofthis
this could cou1 be found than the comment commentfollowing commentfollowing commentfollowing
following the death of Senator Quay of ofPennsylvania f fPonnulvnnla fPonnnylvanIu
Pennsylvania when the condemnatioi condemnatioiof
of tho man was universal But wouldn t tit tIt tit
it have been better if this woman had hadsaid hadsaW hadsa1t1
said nothing nothingWe nothingYc nothingWe
We Yc cant see that she had much cause causefor causefor < aUSefor
for complaint For years as she her herself herself ¬
self s paid ld she s e had received nothing from fromhim fromhim fromhim
him but curses and blows for years ears he hewas hewas te tewu
was a a drunkard But she continued to tolivo lolivo tohite
livo with him him No law could have com compelled compelled cornpolled ¬
pelled her to do this While he was wasalivo wasa1lo wasalive
alive she submitted without Iuiout complaint complaintShe complainLShe
She should have remained silent after afterills aClf aClfIlia aftrhis
ills death When hen complaint might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have done her some good she was si silent oilleut sllent ¬
lent There is no profit in kicking a aN acorp acOrps
corp cOrps cOrpsAN e
It ItAN
AN N INTERESTING CASE CASEAn CASEAn CASEintereMing
I Iabout
An interesting life insurance case C S is isabout Isabout
about to b be tried in Kentucky I enluck John JohnThompson JohnThomplOll JohnThompson
Thompson owed a banker William WilliamGraves WilliamCraves VntlamCltlves
Graves a sum of money mone To secure the theObligation theobUgatiol theoh1gation
Obligation Thompson assigned to toGraves toGraves toGraves
Graves a 10000 life insurance policy policyNot l IiOliCNot olic olicNot
Not long lo los afterward Thompson and andGraves an1Graves anlGraves
Graves beeame involved in an alterca altercatton altercatI4tft altercatIit
tton about tho debt de t The result was wasthat wasthet vasthat
that Graves drew a revolver and killed killedThompson Idl1elThompMOn killedThompson
Thompson ThompsonThe
The question questi n is not n t as a to the validity validityof
of the policy but as to who the money moneyshould moneyshould moneyshould
should b be paid to It is claimed by b the theadministrator theadminlattRtor timeadministtator
administrator of Thompsons estate in inthe n nthe nthe
the ground that Graves although the thekitUng l1ekmtftC thekilling
killing was held to have boen commit committed committed committed ¬
ted in sflUdefenac cannot proflt by his hisaet hisa hisae
aet a ae 7 Graves Ora claims that the unfortun unfortunate ¬
ate fact that he e was 88 obliged obU e to kill killThompson kIllThompson
Thompson in defense of his life can hcanno canhave canhave
have no effect e < < t on the obligation due duefrom duefrom duefront
from TlKim Timman flI MIl sw although tins killing killingmade klllln klllhtgwade I Imade
made the immediate collection of jthe jthed I the thetebt thedebt
d debt bt possible possibleThe possibleIhe possibleTit
The Tit insurance company has refused refusedto tcusc < l lto
to pay ptt the money to either claimant claimantwithout clahnantwUhout claimantwithout
without an order of o court and it is isright isright isright
right The question is isrothcr rather a nice niceone nicoone niceone
one and the outcome of the tjle suit will willdoubtless willdouttt1eu willdoulitless
doubtless be awaited a ted with withlmoeh much inter interest InteCilt juteeat ¬
est by b lawyers 1 en and others othersA otherA
I I IA
A Detroit nan n put ptlt a statue of Sataa Sataain SatnIn
in his front yard and defended der6nd d his ac action action action ¬
tion on the ground round that Satan is h hs hstrIttd nsried s sfriend
friend Some people really dont care carewhat carewhat carethst
what sort of company they keep but butfew butfew butfew
few are so frank about about it itBill ItDIU ItBill
Bill Devery of New York says the thezephyr UtezOlhyr thezephyr
zephyr vote Is the vote that you ou have havebefore h havebefore vc vcbofore
before the election and that blows blowsaway blowsawa blowsaway
away awa in tho voting booth That sepms sepmsto sepinto sepmst >
to t bo the sort of vote the esteemed esteemedchief c9tecmedchlef cateeniedchief
chief of police got gotIsnt gotIsnt
181 181Isnt
Isnt lt ifc wonderful to see all those thoseRopubllcan th thoseRepublican se seRQpublican
Republican lawyers in New York ork whc whchate wh whhate vhChate
hate Hearst from the bottom of theli theliheertft tJlllf tJlllfhtta theihsaita
heertft grabbing sm bng at achance a chal1ce to dofea defeata dofeaa
a Democratic mayoralty ma oralt candidate candidateMayorelect candidatei1OrQJect candidateMayorelect
Mayorelect Thompson Ihqmpfli n has gone to toCalifornia t tc tCalifornia
California c fomla to rest but In view Iow of tho thofmct thof1lct thefact
fact that Jack Lynch Ln J1 Is I with him himwe hlme himwe
we e fear the worst worstf
f iMj t SUpe < mjit Jtt Fish FI h of oth vNe grj grjjS ilfr ilfra
jS a QjaifeThat fQMi1 1 Wtiat t iion 1110 ro thcrsltrves of offashion of1iBhlon offitshlon
fashion Yes of fashion in women
11 J
I I 0 Miss Uss Jasnilne Young Young entertained a aparty aparty aparty
party of fourteen young friends at atluncheon atluncheon atluncheon
luncheon yesterday for or Miss Ruth Kirk Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick KICkpatrick
patrick Bright yellow yollo Ql1ov chrysanthe chrysanthemums ch chrysantheimirns santhe santhemums ¬
mums were used in decoration decorationMr
a
Mr h and Mrs Ashby D DCleveland Cleveland are arehome arehome arehome
home from their wedding trip and are areat areat arcat
at home with Mr Mrand and Mrs W IJ Alex Alexfinder A1e A1ef1nder Alexander
finder at 959 East Second South street stpeetMiss steetMIs streetC streetMISs
C
Miss Joan Preston Pe T4 5tQn tQn and her father fatherhavo latherhave atherbno
have gone to California for or the winter winterMrs winterC winterMrs
C
Mrs 118 W A Lee is Isbao back from a stay stayof stnyof stayof
of some weeks w ks in Los Angeles AngelesWillard AnselesWiUnrd AngelesWillard
Willard Donaldson of Denver is in inthe inthe
the city the t e guest of Mr Ir and arn nd Mrs F
A 4 and Mr 11 and Mrs Walter Druehl Druehlfor Druehifor
for a fortnight fortnightMrs tOltnlghtMrs fortnightMrs
S
Mrs William Lauer Lau Lanerand r and Miss 155 Lauer Lauerof
of Payette Idaho are nreguQsts guasts for < 1r a 3short 3shorttime ashorttime short shorttime
time of Mr Ir and Mrs Isadore Mayer MayerMr slaerrr
4 4Mr +
Mr rr and 3n anIrs < l Mrs trs John Dem left yeater yeaterday yesterday ster sterd1J
day for Europe to be gone some time timeThay timeTho timeThey
They Tho will be joined In Chicago by Mr Mrand 1t1and Mrand
and Mrs 18 J D Wood who will leave leavetoday Je 1eavetoday vc vctoda
today toda and together the party will eo eoabroad goabroad
abroad
4 4Mrs
Mrs W H Gunninghani left Thurs Thursday Thursday ¬
day for California to join her husband busbanit
it itCaptain 4 4Captain
Captain and Mrs John E Woodward WoodwardI Voodwardwl11
will celebrate the ninth anniversary of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their marriage this evening enlnt with a asmall asmall asmall
small bridge party partyMr part
4 4Mr
Mr 11 and Mrs Dorsey Ash leave Mon Monday Monday 1011 1011da ¬
day da for Los Angeles An cles where they the will willspend willspend willspend
spend the next two months monthsThe m nibnttuta nths nthsThe
a a aThe
The Browning section of the Ladies LadiesLiterary IadiesLttertry LdiesLiterary
Literary club will meet this tIll afternoon afternoonat
at the Manitou withMiss Ella Dukes DukesMrs DUkcU DUkcIIS
U 0Mrs
Mrs IIS James L Frankan is back from froma
a stay of some weeks in California CaliforniaHugh CaUlornlait CalifornIaHugh
it to tol1ugh
Hugh W Yo Dougall went to Logan last lastI lastevening lastevening
I evening to sing at a concert given at atthe atthe atthe
the Agricultural Agriculturulcall college collasos collasoCaptain collegeCaptain o oa oCaptain
a s
Captain S D Sturgis is i back after afteran afttran afteran
an absence of some months a at Fort Sill SillOklahoma SUIOklahomll SillOklalionju
Oklahoma Captain and Mrs Sturgis Stursisentertained Sturgisentertained Sturgisentertained
entertained a fevvoftheir few oCtheh friends at a abridge abtl abridge
bridge btl ge party part last evening eveningMrs eveningo eveningMrs
o 0 0Mrs
Mrs E E Shepard is back from Los LosAngeles LosuSeles LosAngeles
Angeles uSeles where she spent the past fort fortnight fortniglt fortnIgtkt ¬
night nightThe nigltThe nIgtktThe
o a
The women of the W Yo C T U wiI wiIgive w wIgive n nSlvc
give a reception at S oclock o loc this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon to Mrs Anna Baker Edna at the thehome thehome thehome
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scale begins this morning morningFrench moriiiig4I f fFrench
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The Pompadours P are made of 18inch French na natural natm31 mt1t ¬
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t tain no bleaching or dyeing Prices 150 to 3500 3500The 3500Th 35OOVs
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cents centsPrinted centsPrinted
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Printed Madras Madr Shirts SkirtsChecks J JChecks I IChecks
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I and hair lines regular 5100 100 for Sat 85 J Jurday
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trope pink and blue regular prices range rangefrom r rfrom
from 150 5200 200 to 250 sale price priceWomens 98 J0C J0CWomens C CWomens
Womens cashmere silk lined gloves g oves 65c a pair pairI pairChildrens
I Childrens golf gloves all colors 25c 35c and 40c a pair pairLadies pairLadi pairLads
Ladies Ladi s I French Coutil Corsets CorsetsWhite
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better gnfdos have leather linings and fitted with card cardcase cardcase
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thai thalhls his day do will overshadow all aliprevious previous pr VIOU effozs in I he way of bargain bargaingiving bargaingiCJng bargaingzwng
giving by offering if possible belief xIte qualifies qual dies and a larger assortment of styles stylesandptices slpesand sIlesandpflccs
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back cuffs collar and cuffs trimmed with white whitesilk whitesilk whitesilk
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green and blue blueCHILDRENSBEARSKIN blueCHILDRENS v vCHILDRENS
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ribbon a regular S250 250
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high as 200 for Saturday SaturdayWOMENS 98 98cts 98ctsWOMENS c ts tsWOMENS
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a regular 500 O0 value for this day dayonly 3 rt rtonly
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regular 20c grade gra e for this day only onlyShirt 15 C CS CSShin t s I
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styles shapes and colors all light grade araderegular < 2 o 951 Q Qregular
regular 600 values for this day only onlyWOMENS onl onlWOMENS onlyWOMENS
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