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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SEPT 26 1909 9 9I
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IN TAfT PARTY PARTYSix
Six Star Newspaper Writers WritersAccompany WritersAccompany
Accompany Executive on onEntire onEntire
Entire JourneyTHEY Journey JourneyTHEY
THEY ROSE WITHOUT PULL PULLWORK PULLSWORK
WORK WAY TO TOP BY HARD HARDWORK HARDWORK
WORK AND TALENTS TALENTStE TAENTSEvery
tE Every very member ot Pre Presidept ldept Talts en enI enexcept
I tourage except six has 1U been the subject subjectot
ot extended newspaper comment Tbe Tbeee Tbeeesix e esix
six are the men who make a bumne s ot otwriting ofwriting
writing bout others They are virtually virtuallyaristocrats virtuallyaristocrats
aristocrats ot the newspaper World occu occupying occupying
pying po positlons lUons which many a hard hardworked hardworked
worked managing editor might well covetTheir covet covetTheir
Their names are Harry L Dunlay New NewYork NewYork
York World Robert H Hazard United UnitedPress UnitedPress
Press Vtlllam Ho Hoster ter Hearst News ser serlee service
vice lee E A Fowler New York Sun pre presassociation preassociation
association Sherman P Allen New York YorkHCrald YorkHerald
Herald and Robert T Small Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress
Press They are the most unobtrusive unobtrusiveot
ot the entire party 9ut notblnc not 9acapes 9acapestheir ca catheir
their keen obServatt6n and after afterimprtant every
important rtICePtlon they go o over with the thePresident thePresident
President the salient facts which are to toht tobe
ht printed for on such a trip as thIs thIshappenings thishappenings
happenings left out are more than those thosethat thosethat
that are printed printedThese printedThese
These correspondents are trusted by bytheir bytheir
their editors to ju judge e what shall be beprinted beprinted
printed and what ca be omitted How
ever yellow an American newspaper newspapermay newspapermay
may be It Is seldom that an appeal from troma
a high otttclal b based sed on the grounds ot otpublic ofpublic
public policy tails to suppress almost a1mostany almostany
any news story
At first t g nce It seems like a pretty prettynice prettynice
nice way ot earning a living Just rid ridIng riding
Ing In a special car about the country countryand
and watching the big crowds pay their theirtributes theirtributes
tributes to the ruler ot the nation would wouldbe
be attractive to most persons but to the themen themen
men assigned to write the news ot the thetrip thetrip
trip It Is a very old story Most ot them theIJ1have themhave
have been sent on trips to Europe de departing departing
parting 80 suddenly they scarcely had hadtime hadtime
time to pack a suitcase sultcaseNearly suitcaseNearly
Nearly every one ot them earned his hispre hispresent
pre present ent pc8lUon without any adventitious adventitiousaid
aid Robert Small the Associated Press Pressman Pressman
man Is 8 sonInlaw ot the late Admiral AdmiralSigabee AdmiralSigebee
Sigabee but It any ot the others had In Inftuentlal influentlal
ftuentlal relatives they have never made madetb madethe
tb the fact known knownThe knownThe
The careers ot H L Dunlap and R II IIlaBaId IIIiaaard
laBaId give some Idea ot how a cub cubreporter cubreporter
reporter transforms himself Into a starnewspaperman star starllewspaperman
newspaperman llewspapermanBegan newspapermanBegan
Began In St Louis LouisHazard oulsHazard
Hazard and Dun1ap both did their first firstr firstregular
r regular newspaper work In St t Louis LouisDunlap LouisDunlap
Dunlap was a reporter on the St Louis LouisRepublic LouisRepublic
Republic beginning In ICE and Hazard Hazanstarted Hazardstarted
started on the now defunct Chronicle In inthe
the same me year Dun1aps faculty for read readIng reading
Ing manuscript accurately and rapidly rapidlyIIOOn
soon became apparent and at the Repub RepubJcan Republican
Jcan national convention he was captain captalnof
of fourteen reporters who were covering
the convention He took all the sepa separate separate
rate writings ot the fourteen and recon reconcUed reconciled
cUed them then arranged them just as asthey asthey
they were to go to the printers and when whenthey whenthey
they reached the office all the city editor editorhad editorhad
had to do was to send them downstairs downstat18It
It was the first time an event ot such suchmagnitude suchmagnitude
magnitude had not produced confusion In
the composing room before the matter got gotInto gotinto
Into the paper paperDunlap paperDunlap
Dunlap was soon discovered by the ever eerwatchful everwatchful
watchful Joseph Pulitzer whole famous famoussaying famoussaying
saying I always buy the best brains brainshas brainshas
has been Illustrated In the making ot the theew theNew
New ew York World and the St Louis Post PostDispatch PostDispatch
Dispatch Dunlap was made manB managing managingeditor < < ing ingPdltor
editor of the PostDhmatch which peal
Babys Never 1I1Remedy IIIRemedySummer FREE FREESummer R
Summer after summer Dr Caldwell Is In receipt ot hundreds of letters letterstrom lettersfrom
from mothers all over the country thanking him for keeping their children childrenIn
In good health these hot days The way Is simple for any mother It the ther thel
r N child breaks out with BOres It It scratches IL itself > < elt It it has no appetite and anddOtsnt anddoesnt
l dOtsnt sleep well It Its bowel are constipated er too loose do not be become become
come alarmed but try 8 a do dose e at bedtime ot DR CALDVELLS SYRUP SYRUPPEPSIN SYRUPPEPSIN
PEPSIN There Is no remedy 80 effective in the digestive aliments ot chil chlldren children
dren and 80 well liked by them roc Its pleasant taste and nongriping than thanthis thanthis
this very same DR CALDWELLS SYRUP SYRUPPEPSIN
USE USEconfidence
PEPSIN Ask the druggist who bu your yourconfidence
confidence and he will tell yOu that more DR CALDWELLS CALDWELLSmothers
mothers are buying this remedy today
SYRTTD s DEPSIN
t than any other > It Is not to be compared comparedto u uto
to the ordinary laxative because this contains tonic properties that help he1pto
to build up the child nor Is It to be compared to salts and purgative waters waterstor watersfor
for they do but temporary good nor to tablets or pills which often gripe gripeand gripeand
and are difficult to take It Is especially the right remedy for women and andold andold
old folks because of its gentle action Your druggist will sell you a bottle bottletor bottlefor
for 50 cents or 100 according to size IizeThon sizeThose
Those who have never yet used DR CALDWELLS SYRUP SYRUPPEPSIN SYRUPPEPSIN
PEPSIN and would like to make a test of It before buying In Inthe inthe
the regular way ot their druggist can obtain a FREE SAM SAMPLE SA1PLE
PLE BOTTLE either for themselves or any member ot their theirfamily theirfamily
family by sending name and address to the doctor The sam sample earnpie
pie will 111 be sent to your home free of charge In this way you youcan youcan
can find out what It will do without cost Also It the case casepresenta casepresents
presents difficulties that doctors and other remedies seem unable un unable
able to overcome write a letter to Dr Caldwell explaining how howthe howthe
the person suffers awl he will give you his beat MFr M1 t AD ADVICE ADVICbased
VICE VICbased baaed on half a century of experience In l t liver Jlverand liverand
and bowel diseases without charge Women who L ve children childrenshould childrenshould
should send for SUMIMER SUGGESTIONS TO MOTHERS containing the thedoctors thedoctors
doctors advice on diet hygiene etc In hot weathera very Important sUbJect sUbJectThe subjectThe
The address Is IsDr isDr
Dr W E Caldwell 518 Caldwell 131dg MontioeUo Ill
A Tonic That Will Willpen ill illOpen
Open pen Your our Eyes EyesAnd es esAnd
And Show What It Is s To Have Strong StrongNerves StrongNerves
Nerves and Pure Blood 13loodAs
As a strengthener lIvener blood bloodpurifier bloodpurifier
purifier ambition maker that gives you youthat youthat
that getupanddo feeling MakeMan MakeManTablets MakeManTablets
Tablets have no peer In existence Any Anyman Anyman
man or woman who Is bigminded bigmindedenough bigmindedenough
enough to send the Coupon below with withhis withhis
his or her name and address for a free free50c free60c
50c box will appreciate what a true truegenuine truegenuine
genuine doeswhatltsnys tonic really
Is lIakellan Tablets are a wonder In Intheir intheir
their effect upon the nerves and blood bloodfor bloodfor
for both men and women It you OU are areweak areweak
weak your nerves are exhausted you you1ack youlack
lack ambition have Nervous Prostra Prostration Prostration
tion Kidney or Liver Trouble In Insomnia Insomnia
somnia Melancholy Rheumatism RheumatismWasted RheumatismWasted
Wasted Vitality or any Nervous or orBlood orBlood
Blood Disorder you will say MakeMan MakeManTablets MakeManTablets
Tablets are remarkable after you ou have havetrleod havetried
tried them They are sold at an druggists drug drugglsta
glsta at 50 cents a box or six for 1260 1260or 60 60or
or sent direct by mall on receipt ot otprice ofprice
price
CUT OUT FREE COUPON COUPOiHakcUan COUPONMakctan
HakcUan Tablet Co Col Co1G2
l 1G2 lUakcJIan DhJs Dept IC ICChle KChicago
Chle Chicago ChicagoA go goAlIa
A AlIa I have never used MakeMan MakeManTab MakeManTabTts
Tab TabTts ts before please send me methrough methrough
through my druggist druggistDrugglsts druggistDruggists
Druggists Dame DameAddress nameAddress
Address Addressa
a fun size 600 box Ma1ceMan Tab Tablets Tablets
lets also your valuable booklet I Ienclose Ienclose
enclose 4c to partially pay mailing mailingexpense mailingexpense
expense expense1y
My 1y name nameAddress nameAddress
Address Addressrite AddressWrite
Write rite plRlnly Only ODe box to toeRch toeach
each family tawllytion familytion
tion he held until his health being aUght aUght1y
1y impaired Mr Pulitzer calllL him to tothe tothe
the magnlJl magnijleentpslace nt palace ot publisher the at
Bar Harbor and told him to take Mrs MraDunlap MrsDunlap
Dunlap for a European trip He all also told toldhim toldhim
him to stay until he was fUlly recuper recuperated recuperated
ated atedWhen
When Dunlap came back the Washing
ton billet was given him In preference to tothe 0 0thE
thE mQle moreexacting exacting duties of a managing managingeditor managingeditor
editor Although he has never bad a aphotQCraph aphotograph
photograph taken nor was he ever the thewritten thewritten
written up to any extent there is per
haps no more competent and modest mode1lltnewspaperman modestnewspaperman
newspaperman In the United States than
Dunlap Not quite 40 yean of age he
has seen most ot the civilized countries countriesof i iot
ot the world and has an acquaintance acqualntancamong acquaintanceamong
among statesmen and diplomats that few fewother fewother
other correspondents have been able to torlvaJ torival
rival rlvaJRichard rivalRichard
Richard Hazard after brIlliant work In
St Louis was called to New York and
has gradually bet been > n elevated by the
ScrippsMcRae league to his reSent posi
tion William Hester the Hearst star
Is a man Whose name is familiar to any anyreader anyreader
reader of the Hearst papers because the themost themost
most important story In those papers papersUUslly papersusually
usually bears the prefatory legend B BWU1lam By
William Hester > r He Is a succe successful sfu1 ex exponent exponent
ponent of the late Charles A Danas Danastheory Danastheory
theory Whatever the Lord A1mfghty A1mfghtypermits Almfghtypermits
permits to happen I am not too proud to toreport toreport
report
Hosters Peculiar Art ArtHtt ArtHoster
Htt > rls is peculiarly able to tell the most mostsalacious mostsalacious
salacious details of a Gould divorce case caseor caseor
or similar news story In a manner which whichomits whichomits
omits nothl nothing but without offending the themost themost
most aesthetic sensibilities He has made madethat madethat
that sort of work close kin to art artSherman artSherman
Sherman P Allen Is one of those New NewYork NewYork
York Herald men Who always have so somuch somuch
much ex expense nse money and who If the they theystop
stop at any except the highest priced ho hotels
tpls are ant t to h TfonmandEd In a Rbl
Bun WON FAMfSAVING FAME FAMESAVIWG
SAVING MULES MULESPresidents
Presidents Aide Improved the theTransportation theTransportation
Transportation Methods in inPhilippine inPhilippine
Philippine Campaign CampaignIt
It was the su succeea < < ees of Captain Archibald ArchibaldW
W Butt In handling mules chiefly and andaLllo andalso
also In successfully directing his end of ofthe ofthe
the quarterma quartermasters ters department In the thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines along In 1900 while a captaIn captaInot
ot volunteers from Georgia that directed directedthe
the attention ot the war department his hisway hisway
way and later led up to his selection selecUonfrom selectionfrom
from among thousands as military aide aideto aideto
to President Thodore Roosevelt After Atterhe
he had been fifteen months with President Pres PresIdent
Ident Roosevelt Roo evelt President William H Taft Tafttook Tafttook
took the reins as chief executive And AndCaptain AndCaptain
Captain Archibald Butt was one of the thefew thefew
few ot the old regime to remain remainCaptain remainCaptain
Captain ButtArchie Butthas gaIned gaInedthe gainedthe
the title of being the Presidents shadow shadowThere shadowThere
There Is not a time when the President PresidentIs
Is out ot his room that the military aid aidIs I IIs
Is not at hIs side lIe has been there thrLever thereever
ever since William Howard Taft became becamePresident becamePresident
President ot the United States Captain CaptainButt CaptainButt
Butt Is a genial good felloW a former formernewspaper formernewspaper
newspaper man and much sought after afterat
at all functions wherein the President Presidenttakes Presidenttakes
takes a part partVhlle partWhile
While Archie Butt was 0 newspaper newspapercorrespondent newspapercorrespondent
correspondent In Washington he took the thecommand thecommand
command of a volunteer company as cap
tain quartermaster and saw service both bothIn
In the Philippines and In Cuba He was wasaccepted wasaccepted
accepted by the government on Jan 19
1900 arid was honorably discharged from fromthe fromthe
the volunteer service on June 30 1901 It Itwas t twas
was during the brilliant career ot the theyoungotficer theyoung
youngotficer young officer In the volunteer servIce servIcethat servicethat
that th the attention ot the war department departmentwas
was called to him He was the first man manto manto
to take a shipload of mules to the Phil PhilIrplnes PhilIppines
Irplnes without lo losing lng a mule and the themethod themethod
method he employed was most simple simpleAll simpleAll
All Captain Butt did was to dump the themules themules
mules Into the water and make them them8wlmto themswim
8wlmto swim to shore Other officers had put pertthe putthe
the mules In slings and lifted them from tromthe fromthe
the large vessels to smaller ones and andhad andhad
had killed B or more before they landed landedthem landedthem
them This was one ot the achievements achievementsof
of the young officer and other original originaland originaland
and successful undertakings were jotted jotteddown jotteddown
down to his creditSome credit creditSome
Some persons have confused Captain CaptainButt CaptainButt
Butt with an oC ofAeer cer formerly at Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas
Douglas The Presidents aide said last lastnight lastnight
night that the officer who was once at atthe atthe
the local post Wl Captain Edmund Butts Buttsand Buttsand
and no relative relativefrom relativefrom
from Paris signed James Gordon Ben Bennett Bennett
nett Allen Is a typical New Yorker Yorkerand Yorkerand
and his colleagues say that this trip Is Isthe isthe
the best thing that ever happened to him himbecause himbecause
because he always had the average New NewYorkers NewYorkers
Yorkers limited conception ot the west westAlIen westAllen
AlIen like the corp of which he Is a amember amember
member Is a man who won his spurs by
hard work and a little luck luckE
E A Fowler ot the New YorlraSun Yorl Sun con contrIbutes contributes
trIbutes many western storle and ab abstruse abstruse
struse crjtlclsms on all sorts of sUbjects sUbjectswhen subjectswhen
when he 115 not busy untangling the skeins skeinsot
ot diplomacy in Washington WashingtonRobert WashingtonRobert
Robert T Small Is always an n object ot otInterest ofInterest
Interest to most ot his colleagues because becausewhat cause causewhat
what he sends to the press association associationgOts
goes to most ot the big newspapers The Thecorrespondents Thecorrespondents
correspondents however usually cover coverth coverthe
th the same subjl subjects > ts In their own special specla1style specialstyle
style and language for the very ery reason reasonof
of their being sent along demands the
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Justification ot Improving If po possible slb1e on onthe onthe
the ordinary press reDorts reDortsAt
At all the receptions the these e correspond correspondents
ents are stationed where they can see seeeverything seeeverything
everything that goes on and In reality reaUtythey realitythey
they are quite as much ot a safeguard to tothQ toth
thQ th President a as thE secret service men
for there is not one ot them Who would wouldnot wouldnot
not sacrifice his own life to save the ex executive executive
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noal Stale Bread Del Depot DepotOpen t tOpen
Open every morning Entrance Oft OftTIT onThird
TIT youth Good bread very ery cheap
Endorsed by an anAmerican anAmerican
American Stage Beauty BeautyIn eau eauIn
In my wont upon the stage lCe I must of ofneoetty ofnecessity
necessity wear wigs Xy oaJp would wouldperspire wouldperspire
perspire and It was DOt long until dan dandruff dandruff
druff ma made I its app appearanoe raaoe the condition oondlUongradually conditiongradually
gradually TOWing worse I used every everyremedy everyremedy
remedy I could find to no avail Finally FinallyI FinanI
I decided to try 1wplcld After three threeor tbrefor
or tour applications I WM delighted wIth wIththe withthe
the results and now my hair 1e as nice niceall
all ever I would DOt be without Berpf BerpfoIde Ilerplolde
oIde aid bellwlag be It WIll 40 alt U that Is Isc1aJmed isclaimed
c1aJmed claimed for It it I can aaaHOOllYD8Dd It most mostblghly mosthighly
highly Aespeotluily AespeotluilyJULIA ly lyJULIA
JULIA JL 3 ROBIA TOBIALye ROBIA1M
1M Xan Maratea tOR Cart Detroit KIoh MfehSIDS KIohIfTTTg
IfTTTg THE DANDRUFF GERM GERMSTOPS GERMSTOPS
STOPS FALLING HAm HAIRThe HAmTM
TM re reeulta ulta attending the net of Her Rerplclde Herpicide
plclde for the d1Mues ot the hair and andoalp andscalp
scalp are alWiL always the name always 8t 8tlsCaotory eatlsfaotory
lsCaotory There are DO cUMppofnt disappolntments cUMppofntments
ments The money will be refunded to topurchuenl topurchasers
purchasers or OM Dollar bottles botu it the theremedy theremedy
remedy does not fttIaU every claim cIaJmm claimmade
m made 4e tOt itAppltcafioaa it itpp1lct1oa
pp1lct1oa at Ute Net barber shops abopsJlor shopsFor
For sale h atx atDrag > ng ngSMITH l6le ss ssSMITE
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SMITH DRUG CO CODRUEHL CODRUEHL
DRUEHL FRANKEN FRANKENSpooial FRANKENSpaoisl
Spooial Agents entl
Card flf Thanks ThanksMr TIIRslaMr
Mr and Mrs J O Hud Hudson on wish t texpress texpress
express their heartfelt thanks to a awho awho
who 80 kindly aHi assisted ted In the lOlls lOllstheir n ntheir
their little one also to their frlfn frlends frlendsthe s t ttht
the > many beautiful flowers
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4 Now Under the Management of Kann Brothers of San Francisco Is the Sensation of the Hour HourThousands Hourof
Thousands of people crowding the big store every day since the opening and everyone every one buying Why Because they can see never before have they had the opportunity to buy such highgrade dry goods goodsladies goadsladies
ladies missesand misses and childrens readymade wearing apparel at such low prices Ladies this appeal is made for you as well as for ourselves and it is up to you to take advantage of it We need the money moneyand I Iand
and you need the merchandise and if you can save 50 per cent naturally common sense will tell y you to come to this s great eat slaughter sale at once Remember only six more days leftTHE left leftTHE
THE GREAT GREATEST S SENSATION ON OF THE THE BIGGEST BIGGESNEWS BARGAIN NEWS OF OFLast OILUIT
S SLast UIT SEASON S ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTH SUITS AT HALF PRICE BIGGESH THE H YEAR
Last call 1 for cloth suitsout they all go for a fraction of their worth Anyone An y on e of the pretty attractive stylish garments you saw and admired in the big store may become a part of your wardrobe for just justhalf Justhalf
half its regular price Its a bona fide cut in two a genuine halving and if you want a suit you must in justice to yourself patronize this event Think of a splendid misses suit for 347 or a reoJIy smart smartwomens j jwomens
womens suit for 1500 Was there ever before at this time of the year t the e actual wearing time such a great eat chance to save But theres a good reason for it allKann Bros of San Franci Francisco co hveentire hveentirecharge halve entire entirecharge
charge of the R K Thomas Dry Goods Co and are compelled to raise a stipulated amount of moneyhence the great eat slaughter of prices Monday morning at nine oclockBe on time
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Ladies 75 Man TailoredNewest Tailored Newest Fall Suits Long LongCoats LongCoats
Coats Satin Lined to go During this
37 7 50 0
Sale for Just OneHalfIadieg OneHalf OneHalfLadies =
Ladies 65 New Cloth Suits in all Shades Long LongCo LongCoats
Co Coats ts Satin Lined the SVlellest
32 3250 50
ThIng of the Sealon 0 e
W e have 500 Snits worth up to 40 which ve weT veare
are determined to close out at once Notice Noticetbe Noticethe T
the price come to the store look at them all alle andwe
we e assure you yon will ill buy one Tile lining liningis
is worth the honey
750 750BlacIr
at Black au and Blue Panama Skirts plaited and andvery uu uuvery
very stJ1lisll s lislr 4 value nov
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Ladies 50 ManTailored Lon Cloth Suits All AllSh AllShades
Sh Shades des Satin Lined to go During t tLadies 2500
ThIS Sale eo eoLadies
Ladies 30 Suits in Fancy Effects Long Coats CoatsSatin CoatsSatin
Satin Lined to go at Just OneHalf
15 00
as Long as They Last II 0 sir
h r rDRESS
10900 worth of new tall dress goods must be closed out In Inthe Inthe
the next sixty days Prices cut to the limit Cost or value not notn notconsidered
DRESS GOODS considered n ed It Is only a Question of turning the goods ods Into money money6c
at once once26c
26c 6c Novelty Plaid Dress Goods yd 10 100 lIessaUnes 30lnch wide yd Imo ImoSl
3 Sl c Novelty Plaid Dress Goods yd 11So 160 1 60 Messallnes 32lnoh d 8Do 8Do4lic
4lic Fancy Wool Plaids double width over 50 Gec Satins all colors yd ydpatterns 3Do 3Dopatterns
patterns to select from yd IDo 200 FancySllks Fancy Silks to choose In a hurry yd iOo iOolie
lie Fancy Sultings big lot to choose from yd yd20c Dc
White China Silks 27lnch wide 110 values lues
100 t pieces Wool Dress Goods In every concelv conceivable
yard
750 750able
able materIal and effects
fancy plain
Wblte China Silks l 27inch wide lOS valueyard value ue
180 value to go at 3Do
yard ard iDo 0e49e
Fancy ea Cashmere hmore solid colors 75c value yd yd33a 330 chid s 2iI ch wide jd 7 v i ci
White hjna a allSilks Silks ts iwide 7 e value u yd yd60c 400 4
Fancy Mohairs solid colors 75c value yd roc China Silks Silksa Silksall all cOlors 27 27inch Inch wide w wiwide de 60c valuesLarge values TaIUNL11fe
Large variety ot solid color Panamas 1eo yard 300 300alue 300value
value yd 490 125 Black Taffeta Silks 36lnoh wide ydSOo I
280 pIeces ot Black Dress Goods In J Ianamea > anamas
IIenrlettas Armures Cashmeres Voiles Voilesfancy and Y 1 160 50 B1 Black ae k T Taffeta smes 36 36inch I neh wide yd yd8110 110 110fancy I
fancy efte effects ts values values up to 150 a yd riDo 200 Black Taffeta Silks 361noh wide yd ydg1 1J 5 5SILKS I
Silk Velvets all colors and black 160 yd ydOSc ydOScFancy DBo I
SILKS AND lEL VELVETS ETS
Fancy C Colored 10red Velvets In the new extreme extreme36c
I
S60 China Silks an colors shades 126 value yd 40c 40c46c
410 Jap Wash Silks fancy designs yd eo 1Do Silk Flushes worth up to 100 yd IDe 19c90c
I
90c tc Taffeta Silks all colors yd 43c Velveteens all colors 60c values yd 3Dc 3Dcn
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W Ve a have 250 Ladies and Misses Long Coats in inblack
black navy green and castor satin lined newest new newest
est Fall styles worth up to X4500 4500 wIllie the thelast tbey tbeylast
last at at
1500 1500Sill
Sill and au Voile r Skirts plaited very lobby J Jvalue 875 875valuc
value nov
398
It is iII1 inlJossible ossrble for us to make mention of everything in the Big Store but bear in mud that ever ev
er cry dollar s worth of goods b in the Big g Store is to be sold for less than the cost of production pro IUCtiOll ONLY SIX M ODE If DAYS 3 LEFT
Absolutey Absohrt 1 notbing notlr L o oL reserved reservedDo I IDo
Do your trading in the morning and avoid the afternoon rush While we deliver goods anYwhere in the city we advise you to take your sm small 1ll packages as we may be a little late in deliveries owing to the thef thegreat
f great volume of business during the sale Look for the Big Red Canvas Signs Signsw Si gns J
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