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R a THE SALT IxAKE JlA K1i1 HERALD SATURDAY S SATtRD TtRD AT JUNE30 JI Jt1E 30 1906
SENATE i G GIVES GIVESTO VfS VfSWAY 1 a
WAY TO H0USEUncle HOUSEl HOUSElncle
Uncle ncle Sam SamWni III Pay Pa the theCost theCostInc Cost CostIncidental CostIncidentaI
Incidental Inc denta1 to inspection tolnspeotionof1tie inspectionRATE Inspectionof
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RATE ATE glLL ILL 1J JB 5 AGREED REED GE UPON UPONti PON PONp PONOTHiEftiIM
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OTi QTHiErl OTHiEftiIM ER IMPORTANT ORTANT MEASURES MEASURESPASSED MEASURESPASSED MEASURESPASSED
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+ Wah1 WafehfiigB Wa bf igton n J JtJi ne 29 294te Late in the theaftern + 1 1aftern
4 + afternoon aftern tijt the eftafwtes t dH the ag asrlculttfijiil agrJcuJt agricult +
+ rlculttfijiil rJcuJt jt1 appropriation bttfreturned bttfreturnedto bin returned returnedto + 4to
+ to the theS senate nate chamber cbamberand and Mr Proc Proct Proctor Proctor +
+ t tor presented pre prest ented nted their report It was wasf wasread +
f read and without comment was wasagr wasagreed +
4 1 agreed agr ed te t It carried the meat In InS inspeetlon 4 +
4 spctlon S UOft provision pr vlslon as presented by byf b bthe bythe +
+ f the house Tonight Tonj ht the house adopted adoptedthe +
+ 4 the conference report amid consid oonsiderable considerable + f fr
r era erable ole applause appJa Ue This passed the tbebUt + 4
4 4 bin and when signed sned by the th pre pttsiding presidtng +
4 siding officers of both houses it will willgo willgo +
4 go to the president presidentt 4 4MM
t t t t t t + MM + + + t ft M t + + t1Vash t tVashingrton t tWashJ
WashJ Vashingrton n ton June 2 The The senate de deoted deQted dej
j > oted most of its time today to con consideration eonjdora1i eenideia4tion ¬
sideration jdora1i n ofco of coofereace COQfer gferf > imports > epor port including
tht th < nxxnts r its t8 on She railroad r ra lfrdBd WH 1 f1I a the purt purtfood purtfood puttfood
food pHl HI I and the it e meat inspection hteyt Cten pro proVision proliUmttJle
Vision liUmttJle 1 ieien oL < fr the tJte a gr ietfturaLbtn e tt raUb Il All were wereadopted wereadoPted wereadopted
adopted jJtfring ttttng in yM I E day wseion wseionAt on onA onAt
At A t iiwfltntf tr Session k edJh t Tlr rr taTdnette taTdnetteught ttiF611etteAeug11F IIlF 11ette 11ettegfugJU
gfugJU > ught to secure s ure a vote on his bill but butSenators6tfHinser butn8t butyxnatorS
Senators6tfHinser yxnatorS n8t t rG 6 tiiinger 1liner Carter Foraker and andMcCwmber andMtCQmber andMcCumber
McCwmber urged delay dela Mr 11 LaFollett LaFollettaid LaFolletteaid
aid that th t if the bill should M uld be defeated defeatedh defe ted tedh
he h would show that the act is in the thefacr thefllcf thefac
facr fac of the recommendations of the in industrial l lilustrial industrial ¬
dustrial commiaetoH the interstate com cornTnerce commerce commfrcf ¬
merce commission and the president of ofth ofth ofthe
th the I r fatted Jilted tted States He stated that the theftresMent tAePr thepresident
president Pr kient today had commissioned him himin himto
in 0 say that it was his earnest hope that thatthf thatthp thatthe
the senate would take action on the thebill thehilr
bill 11 II
billMr IIMr
Mr Ir LaFoIlette L FoIltt charged other senators senatorsKith senatorswith senatorswith
with pev puevonthig ent ntk s the tlteeouidcmUQIL cu eofUfLderatioa sin n Uoa and andpas andr8B11aJ andpassgeif
passgeif pas r8B11aJ msw 8tifItIsbm < T klsbill Ws bill ated n i said they the theymust theymusttake must musttake mU8ttake
take the 1h responsibility ity for future rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road disasters due to employes workingfrtJme workingivertime working workingovertime
overtime overtimeMr ivertimeMr frtJme
Mr 11 Kwftker jnovft mov mov4 t te recommit the thebill th thbill 1hebill
bill tothtf to the d8 committed O on interstate hteistateoom hteistateoommerei corn comrneret cornmere
mere merei and Mr LaFblette L8F le e moved to lay laythe l lthe laythe
the motion on the table The motion was wasdeclared wasdfcJaredt wasdeclared
declared dfcJaredt qet Mr 11 LaFolkstte LaFoI tte called for fora fordlvtsioft fordivision
a division and pending the settlement settlementrf
IP rf f tH t the e matter the t1 senate adjourned adjournedHAPPY adjournedHAPPY adjournedHAPPY
HAPPY IN THE TH E HOUSE HOUSEMembers HOUSEt
r a aMembers
Members t Rejoice RejoiccOver Over th the < Prospect Prospectf
f of Finishing Their Work Workhorn Workasnift WorkWashington
Washington asnift n June ZiWere Were poh pohMm olsg
Mm horn w we rre re going g mg horn tomorrow was wason wasqn wason
on the minds of the members mem ers of the theftouac thetrou theZouee
ftouac trou > e teday when they the assembled a for forthe f forthe r rth
the th last days work previous to t adjourn adjournsnentr adJournnft adJournnent
snentr snentrroH nft ur urCO
nento roH CO o ere retIC8 ce reports were considered consideredthroughout co cossideredthroughout sidered sideredihroqghout
throughout the day Th The final report reportQn
Qn the agricultural agricul tlppr apprpprialten pprt pritl priatieri bill con containing COftafn conainlsg ¬
taining it afn g the meat Inspection i eventvall tlon provision pro roYislon Jsfon was wasadoptod wasadopted wa s
adopted the th ththat e senate eventually agreeing agreeingthat agreelRg1hat
that th the government should s ould pay the COSt coseof COStf costof
of f inspection inspectionfhe inspectionOtb inspectionOthor
Otb Othor mattIS 0 of vital moment were werefhf werethe
the agrtfem agrt einentto nta to tothe the conference report reportin
in n the pure food f Od bill the Ohio Lake LakeErie Lakerie Lakerie
Erie rie ship tIl ean aR4 i and a the the naturalization D8tlfttlizatlonIpn
ifm iII
CASTRO NEARING NEARINGENO
END OF OFHi HIS HOPThis ROPE ROPEThis
This Government Will Back BackClaims BackClaims BackClaims
Claims of ItsCitizens ItsCitizensAgainst ItsCitizensAgainst itsCitizensAgainst
Against Venezuela Venezuelax V VenezuelaWashington enezuelaWashtnston
x Washington Washtnston June 29 29Shortly Shortly after afterGfrfjfeYar afterG afterGsn
Gsn GfrfjfeYar G riijral ral Clprlano Clpr nD CafitrO raautnes resumes rosurn s the thepresidenoy thepreaidtmG thepresidenoy
presidenoy of Venezuela Vene Vene3tl l la on July 5 5Jie lie will willfind willfInd willfind
find himself confronted by requests from fromtheUnited fromth fromtheUnited
theUnited th United Statesfor States for the settlement eet ment of ofAmerican ofAmerIcan ofAmerican
American claims against his government governmentFor
For more than a year ear Castro has not been beenbothered beenbothored beenbothered
bothered by the United States Mean Meantime Meanitime Meantime
time Judge W J JCalhoun Calhoun Calhounvisited visited Ven Venezuela Venezuela Venezuela
ezuela and investigated the American Americanclaims Amricanclaims Americaitclaims
claims and the state department has hasbeen hagbeen hasbeen
been busily engaged in reviewing the thecases theC8SeS thecases
cases and putting them In condition to tobe tobe tobe
be pressedWhat pressed pressedWhat pressedV
What V bat seemed to be indifference on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the United States has been only onlycaution onlycaution onlycaution
caution and the state department will willtake willtake willtake
take up its work where it Is allowed to torest torest torest
rest after the sending of a note to Castro Cas Castro Castro ¬
tro by Secretary of State Hay which was waspractically waspractically waspractically
practically an ultimatum ultimatumA
A request will be made for arbitration arbitrationof
of American claims regardless of what whataction whataction whataction
action the Venezuelan courts may have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken or shall take In the future futureRepresentations futureRepresentations futureRepresentations
Representations covering practically all allthe aUthe allthe
the American claims against Venezuela Venezuelawill
will doubtless be presented presentedFIREMEN presentedFIREMEN presentedFIREMEN
FIREMEN BADLY SCORCHED YSCORCHEDCowardly SCORCHEDCowardly SCORCHEDCowardly
Cowardly Menojithe Men on the Ground Left LeftTheir LeftTheir LeftTheir
Their Posts Postsl PostsO35t
Tt O35t ast St Louis Xu June 29Four fire firemen firemen
l roan men hoisted In an electric crane twenty twentyteet tw Czentyfeet ntv ntvt
feet t et above five enormous furnaces at the theAmerican theAIIlerlcan theAmerican
American Foundry Foundrycompanys companys plant today todayfighting to todayfIgating ay aytIs1tJng
fighting a fire on the roof were were < left leftstrnded 1eltUlnded loftsttndedltatK
strnded sttndedltatK b 1l3WWl < af gn hour because b US thep thrmetrop thrmetroperating theirr n nop noperatlng op operatin
erating > 4iewtltp7l t e Qrane ebpcam lcam ecamguCrighteTfed ghf ghte1 eQ and andleft andleft andleft
left their post pos The heatsfranithe he heat rom the th furn fur furnaces ¬
naces n s and burning burztln roof r f beame be am tt almost almostunbearable almostullbearable almostunbearable
unbearable and for hu hat anhour an bourtb hcur bp fire firemen firen tiremen ¬
men n n pleaded to be let down At last Fire Fireman Fireman Fireman ¬
man Alike Sullivan in desperation jumped jumpedto
to the thegMttndbetwean ground between the seething fur furnfciffS furJutc furn
nfciffS Jutc n threw a t rope rop to his hi eomt comrades omffld fdeh s and andthey antIthey andthey
they descended badly blistered The fire firedamage firedamage firedamage
damage was trivial trivialWlbLATTEND trivIaLWI trivialWILLAiTEND
WlbLATTEND WI L AnEND CONGRESS CONGRESSB
Boise B ise June 29 9ChcJrman Chairman M L B Gwinn Gwinnof
of the executive committee of the Irriga IrrigatiaHBOQngTess Irrigatt9IJ IrrigatlotJ
tiaHBOQngTess tt9IJ = congress today tod y received receJvedsevemllal receJvedsevemllalf severaKlet severaKlettersarom several Iet Ietters5from
tersarom t ters5from rg nom members Of congress express expressing expressi expresslag =
f lag i their intention of attending the congress con congress congress ¬
gress in September These are Senators SenatorsAnkeny SenatprsAnkeny
Ankeny of Washington and Carter of ofMontana oflIentana ofMontana
Montana and Representatives Represents tlves Reeder of ofK ot1tS ofPeas
Peas K 1tS Hsag a wend tt d Gaines of Tennes TeIJ Tennehsile es e Sey Seyeral Several y yeral
eral other state they will endeavor to8r to8rrange to Jar Jarrange arraDge
range their plans so they the can be here hereTOUCHED hereTOUpHED hereTOUCHED
TOUCHED TOUpHED LIVE WIRE WIRESan WIRESan WIRESan
San Diego Cal June 29Howard 29 29How Howard rd Bones BolTesa
a young electrician in the employ of the theSan theSan theSan
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Toledo Icemen Languish L ngnish in Jail JailSensational JailSensational JailSensational
Sensational Scene in To Toledo ToledoCourl Toi ToLedo
ledo ledoCourl ledoCourltoledoJune i Court CourtToledo CourtToledo
Toledo toledoJune June June 1 2 = There Th re twas was a sensa sensational sensational sensational ¬
tional scene in common pleas pl as court todnyr to todayvwhen todayhen
dayvwhen dnyr when attorneysfor attomeS for twcf twwof of the con condemned condemned condemned ¬
demned icemen argued a motion to set setaside setasIde setaside
aside the sentences on the ground that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the defendants pleaded guilty on prom promise prom5e promise ¬
ise 5e of ottbeCourt the > court that leniency would be beshown besboJYn beshown
shown that the court coq is prejudiced prdl lced in inpassing Inpassing Inpassing
passing sentence and that thafthe the Iaw Iawls is un unconstitutional unconstitutional unnstitutlo ¬
constitutional constitutionalJudge constitutionalT o nstitutlo bal balJtidgi
Judge T dg Kinkade threw the motion out outof outof outof
of court and from the bench Vigorously Vigorouslyassailed Vigorouslyassailed Vigorouslyassailed
assailed the attorneys for the defend defenddnts defendtnts defenddnts
dntsB dnts dntsBoth tntsBqth
Both B th sides used I language lJlDl1agQnot wuage not often oa n heard heardin
in it a courtroom and ana anti created a genuine genuinesensation genulnsensation genuinesensation
sensation The Th same motion has been beenfiled beenflied beenfiled
filed in the circuit court and will be beheard beheard beheard
heard tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The court has reduced the fines and andimprisonment andimprisonment andimprisonment
imprisonment of each of the five icemen icemento
to 2500 500 and six months in the workhouse workhouseand workhouseand
and will hear no argument fojvthe for the fur further further further ¬
ther modification df prison sentence sentenceAll s sentenceAll t nce
All the men are now in jail and are not notpermitteji notpehnitte
permitteji t d to give i ve bonds bondsTILLMAN bondsLLMAN
TILLMAN TI LLMAN AGAIN 1rJ Ql QlTHE ON s <
THE THERAMPAGE sTHERAMPAGE RAMPAGE RAMPAGEContinued RAMPAGEContinued
Continued from Page 1 1conferees 1conferees 1conferees
conferees for so shaping the provision provisionand
and was sharply challenged by Mr MrTillman MrTillman MrTillman
Tillman when one of the sharpest con conflicts confIicts conflicts ¬
flicts of the session occurred between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the two Democratic leaders standing standingelbow standingelbow standingelbow
elbow to elbow elbowThe elbowThe elbowThe
The clash came when Mr Tillman In Interrupted interrupted Interrupted ¬
terrupted Mr Bailey BaileyAn V VAn T TAn
An attorney aUoJI1eyexclt exclusively sively in the emr emrpipy em emplpy emprpy
pipy qf a railroad might said Mr MrTillman lrTil1mai1 MrT
T Tillman rate Qe e classed e assed wIth th the other otheremr otherem otheremhloyesZpt
emr em emhloyesZpt loyes 1t1t pt tht tjj 0prnoy rvcy ey who wh gets a apass apass apass
pass and does nothing noth1 noth ngelse g else but watch watchjuries watchjuries watchjuries
juries round up conventions and do doother doother doother
other little odd jobs and never gets getsany getsany getsany
any compensation except transporta transportation ¬
tion for himself and his family is the theman theman theman
man I was after I do not know what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the senator thinks aboutit about it but I think thinkthat thinkthat thinkthat
that class has got no business riding ridingon
on the railroads at all unless they paY payrfor paYfor payfor
for It any more than any other man manTillman manTillman manTillman
Tillman Excited ExcitedTo ExcitedTo
r
To this Mr Bailey B iley replied that he did didnot didnotregardsueh didnot
not notregardsueh regard such men as attorneys attorn s and andMr andMr andw
Mr Tillman proceeded asking what whatabout whatabout whatabout
about the man who works with his hishands hishands hishands
hands and the man who works with withhis withhis withhhis
his brain When W11f n the thp man who works workswith workswith workswith
with his hisbrain brain only works a little while whileand whileand whileand
and is a pettifogger a trickster and andlobbyist andlobbyist andlobbyist
lobbyist That Thatto he added is the thejnan theIIlan theman
man we were after afterMr afterMr afterMr
Mr Tillman gave evidence from the thestart thestart thestart
start of considerable feeling and as ashe ashe ashe
he progressed his manner became more moreand moreand moreand
and more intense until he fairly shout shouted shoute4 shouted ¬
ed e4 ed in Mr Baileys Jl ys face as the two men menstood menstood menstood
stood facing each other and near nearenough nearenough nearenough
enough together to touch touchMr touchMr i
1 < Mr Bailey replied to the last remarks remarksby remarksy
by y y saying that such a man as the thei theSouth theSouth
i South Carolina senator had described describedshould describedshould
j should not be given a pass passemagogues passDemagogues N NDemagogues
Demagogues emagogues and Lawyers LawyersWe
We did the best we could repliedMr replied repliedMr rep1fedMr
Mr Tillman at the topof top otbls of his voice voicethere volcthere voicethere
there are so many lawyers here who whostick whostick whostick
stick it out that there Is no harm for forlawyers forlawyers forlawyers
lawyers to get passes and that law lawyers lawers lawvers ¬
yers ers be excepted exceptedBy exceptedBy exceptedBy
By this time Mr Bailey BaU Y had become becomeexcited becomeexcited becomeexcited
excited and he replied thero are too toomany toomany toonfany
many demagogues who are always alwaysbalking alaysbalking alwaysbalking
balking against the lawyers lawyersHe 1 lawyersHe aYers aYersHe
He did not get an opportunity to finish fin finish finish ¬
ish the sentence for Mr Tillman in interrupted Interrupted interrupted ¬
terrupted saying If there are any anydemagogues anydemagogues anydemagogues
demagogues here they must tp st be law lawyers lawy lawyera
yers y yera ri because b cause all 11the the themembers members of this thisi thisodY thisareIa
i ody are are18lYers areIa Ja yyejs yErsexrept exempt eX jpt possibly half halfa
a dozen dosenthis dozenthis dozenthis
this juncture the vice president presidentfotmd presidentf presidento13nd
f fotmd u d ft necessary to Interfere and to toinsist toinsist toinsist
insist upon the senators addressing the thechair thechair thechair
chair chairThe chairThe chairTlie
The interruption gave Mr Bailey an anoprjortanity anlt anr
oprjortanity r lt > unity to to get his breath and andwhen andh andhen
when hen h n He e resumed he was quite calm calmL calmOil calmOIL
L Oil on cn Troubled Waters WatersMr
Mr Ir Bailey said The senator from fromSouth tromSeuth fromSouth
South Carohna has many admirable qualities quali qualities Qualities ¬
ties but he has got some me prejudices which whichebscare which8bICure whichobscure
obscure his sense of fairness and an clear clearness clearDeBS clearness ¬
ness I So Io not know what grudge he a has haseawn haswn haseiewn
eawn wn inSouth Carolina against the th law lawj8rS lawyers
tyers but what he ought oJ ht to do and nearly nearlyall
all he needs to do to make one of the themost themost themost
most useful senatbrs of this body is to get getthat Jetthat getthat
that cobweb out of his mind He per perfdfms perr perfdttis
fdfms r ns great reat service he does it fearlessly fearlesslyand
and Ad he does it honestly and the only onlything onhtlliqg onlytltig
thing that keeps him from doing it wise wisely wisely wisely ¬
ly fe new and then h he yields ields to this very verykipfiof yet verykllidof
kipfiof 111 of a prejudiee 1 have no patience patiencewith patiencetla patiencewith
with with tla It myself myselfI
I think a lawyer if he Js a good ood one oneis oneIs oneagasgood
is agasgood as good a citizen i as lives beneath theTillman the thefa theg thelr
l fa faMr g
Mr > lr Tillman replied declaring his regard regardfor ragardfor regardfor
for respectable members of that profes profession proE proEsion profession > ¬
sion Out addingBut adding addingBut addlnBut
But I have a most infinite contempt contemptfor
for some S4 me of the breed I know knowHe knowHe knowHe
He quoted Jesus characterization of the thelawyer tbelaWyers thelawyers
laWyers as 4 hypocrites hypo y rites and said the thedirty tlte41lr thedlrty
dirty 41lr creatures who run the politicaloditventions political politicaloflttventions poUtfcalccnwentions
oflttventions are the men whom hom he would wouldsfcut wouldut wouldstrut
strut ut off from the pass privilege privilegeThe prjvJ1e pr vllege vllegeThe e eThe
The conference report was was as adopted withalit with without withoUt ¬
out division This vote had the effect of offinally offlnall offinally
finally passing the bill The senate then thqnadopted th thena3o n naopted
a3o adopted ted the joint resolution fixing the thetime thetime thetime
time time when the act shall go into effeot effeottwe efferttwo fferftwo
two months m onths after its approval by the thepresidant theCresid3nt theresidsnL
presidant presidantINDIAN Cresid3ntINDIAN residsnL residsnLINDIAN
INDIAN BILLS BtLtgVETOED BtLtgVETOEDRresident BI LS VETOED VETOEDPresident VETOEDPresident
President Says He Will Protect ProtectRights ProtectRights ProtectRights
Rights of Poor Lo LoWashington LcY LoZa4dngttin
Washington Y ldn t n June 29 29PrGsident President Rooe Rooeyelttoday ROOSelt Rooseelt
yelttoday + elt today vetoed veto d th the biljslb bnl t provide for forJie fort fordie
t die Jie J annual prorata distributionof distribption of the
Annuities of the Sac and Fox 1 ox Indians of
the Mississippi between the two branchos branchosof
of the tribe and to survey and allot
the lands embraced within the limits of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Blackfoot Indian reservation and to toftpen tothe togpen
ftpen the surplus lands to settlement settlementr settlementThe settlementThe
r The Sac and Fox measure m asure carried an anappropriation anappropriation anappropriation
appropriation of 100000 for the Sac and andFox andFox I
Fox Indians to be taken from the an annuities annuities ¬
nuities nul ties of the section of the th tribe lo located located located ¬ 1
cated In Kansas and Oklahoma The interior in interior interror ¬
terior department t officials opposed this thisbocause thish thisbecause
because h use the Iowa Indians Indf n had not gone
before the court of claims and estab established ¬
lished their right to the money mone in his hisveto hisveto hisveto
veto the president sas he has hasdacided decided decidedon
on 9 an immediate and thorough investi investigation inv06tigaUon ¬
gaUon of the matter In the other mos massage mossage mansap
sage of veto the president said saidT
T 1 am anxious to t favor f vOr in every proper properway properay properway
way ay the actual bona tide homesteaders homesteadersof
9f northern Montana and I will gladly gladlysign gladlysign gladlysign
sign any bill which will favpr them pro provlded provided provided
vided that it explicitly and unequivocally unequivocallyguarantees unequlvocaJlyguarantees unequivocallyguarantees
guarantees to the Indians their water waterrights waterrig waterrights
rights rig ts
ILL FEELING DEVELOPED DEVELOPEDWashingtonJune DEVELOPEDWashington DEVELOPEDWashington
WashingtonJune Washington June 29 Considerable feel ¬
lag IW developed during the consideration of ofthe ofthe
the bill to grant rant an extension of time fpr
tb tbe t be completion mpletlon of the Alaska Central rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road by b the house tonight tonightMr tonIghtMr tonightMr
Mr Rurker of Missouri declared that
during the recess there had been a lot of
dragooning and he thought thou ht ho whole sub
jant j should go over until the next ses session sessTon sess ¬
sion s on Mr Lacey Lace of Iowa protested protestedagainst dagainst against
the insinuations in inuatfona The bill passed 154
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1 1COMPROMISE
COMPROMISE POSSIBLE POSSIBLEPanama POSSIBIEPanama POSSIBLEPanama
Panama June 29 29Through Through tile efforts effortsof
of Governor Magoon a compromise may
be reached between tweer the t e Liberals and Con Constitutional ConstltuUonal Constitution ¬
stitutional li whereby both parties will vote
for anib aniixed ed ticket composed of three rep represanfetfvoft r repreenfattvorc p pre
resanfetfvoft re < ofeach ofe ch partyin p party rty in Panama province pro propjnce proY
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25 dozen in the lot worth w rth 25ceach 25c 25ceach 25ccaeh
each made of piquo and madras madrasrplain madrasplain madrasplain
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and hemstitched worth 25c 2 c and 35c 35ceach 3 35ceach c ceacl
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500 1 pairs of womens tanords tan tanoxfords tamoxfords
oxfords ords at 195 a pair pairThis
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300 the pair Saturday your choice the pair 195
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A splendid line of washpetticoats wash washpetticoats washpetticoats
petticoats at 98c each eachThese eachThese eachThese
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Fashioned with deep flounce with tucked ruffles rufflesVery rufflesVery rufflesVery
Very excellent exceIlentpetticoats petticoats at 98c each
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All wool woo 0o bunting flags onefourth a at one our off offSaturdayaII o Saturday a all day dayNext s sNext
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wool bunting flags ranging in sizes from 4x8 up to 10x20 The very best bestwool bestwool bestwool
wool bunting flag on the market Saturday you choose from the entire entirestock entirestock entirestock
stock at one fourth off regular prices
Wash rash Goods Department
Last day of o the e remnant remnantsale remnantsale remnantsale
sale in the drapery dept deptEvery deptEvery deptEvery
Every piece marked at least half the regular regularprices regularZ regularprices
prices Z Some are as low as onefourth the actual actualvalues actualvalues
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