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OBSN'T FEAR THE OUTCOME.
atson Took Every Precaution Hu
man Foresight Could Indicate
Admits Receiving Contribu
tions and Advancing Money
For Passage but Says He
Did It Under Acting
1eussing his alleged violation of
dera1 inmigration laws, about
on I much stir has been raised by
leaA )Prs and ( other anti-immigration
co . .Col. E. J. Watson, the state
-] mis oner of immigration, talked
cIely aill frankly to Mr. J. E. Nor
Anent durii the course of an inter
view for tle Manufacturers' Record,1
.saying, amo I" other things:
''Conlgress 1mnust be asked to make
such changes 'n existing laws as will
give the severN state departments of
mmigration gr&iter powers with the
anction of foreigni governments to
onduet selective amL restrictive work
t ports of departure.'We have work
ed on these lines, anticipating almost t
uch steps being taken, and the char
acter of the shipload of people land- t
ed at Charleston, I think, demon
strates the soundness of the propost- h
''No precaution that human fore
ight could indicate has.been neglect
ed. All our representatives abroad
ave been duly commissioned, after
eing carefully slected for their fit
ess. The state departinent at Wash
ngton has been notified of each ap
ointment, with the- request to have
acl government to which the ap
ointee was accredited duly notified
brough the American legations. The
O-operation and sanction of each for-.
ign government has been requested,
and the request il niany instances
ost gladly granted. In several coun
tries was (his not only granted, but
the advice vas gIaci nlosly given:
fTake ouir hvst peopl-,; leave the baI
for us to 1an1(dle,' an1(d ill one '-ounvtry
at least the "overilment authoriies
aided in the :clecion. When I went
to Europe I did so with proper pa
ers from tie state department.
trictest instructions were given to
I agents as to selection and as to f,
efraining from misrespresentations
f any character. Precuations were 0,
ven taken to better the hours of la- M
or and conditions of our own labor- tl
g people, and to protect their inter- 0
ts against tile introduction of for- tl
gn people. While abroad, and even ti
fore I went, I deenied wise to ad- et
lice passage to desirable persons -C
ho eouild not secure suifficient mon-110
for Ile passa.e of all the nieiber's
their large families for the first ti
THE RIGHT PF
The greatest sale ev(
-nust be turned into.o
-iow, but how quicklN
len's Medium Priced and High Gra
All Grades and Styles Reduce
Big Shoe Sale.
Men's Vici Kid Dress Shoes, $2.00 values, for thi
Supet ior grade Bok Calf Shoes, $2.00 values, for
Farmers' and Mechanics' Soft Work Shoes, $2.50
'he Blizzard and Freeze are Just
Corner. Come and Get Fixi
240 pairs Men's Sunday-go-to-meeting Shoes wor
) go at 98c. pair.
120 pairs Men's Sunday-go-to-meeting Shoes wor
> go at $1 25 pair.
Everything in Shoes, coarse, medium and fine 1
ave to shop all over town to supply your Shoe i
Du buy, the lower the price.
DREW SELBY & CO., LADIES'
FINE SHOES REDUCED.
$2.00, $2.50 and $2.75, ladies, fine
shoes reduced to one price, $1.98 a
MIMNAUGH'S GREAT CLOTHING
Will start Wednesday moriniig at
9 o'clock and continue until Saturday
night, at 12 o'clock.
w sailings. the alien
''Vigorously, strenuously, I endeav- that lie i
ed to get from the federal govern- charge. I
ent a construction of the law on to the fu
is point, a state's powers being Atrict acec
>cn to some question. Not a move in and with I
is direction was made until from constructic
e state department at Washington the peoph
me a cable message signed 'Adee' hacked.
nstruing the law to the effect, in efforts to
ain English, that a(dvanlce passage arouid the
the state was 1of in conflict with tie practic
e alien contiact, labor law, but that
r held in South (arc
.ash at once. It's nt
cab we turn this stc
le Footwear. Shove 'Em Out Pri
i for the Men's
Down cast pocke
a sale $1.49 pair. gladness at these b
his sale $1.49 pair. buy Shoes until you
kind, now $1.98 pr. Shoe Stock
Around the 120 Pairs Brogar
)d for factory today $1.25:
these dependable S
th $1.25 and $1.50, this week at 98c. pa
Men's first quall
th $1.75 and $1.98, scarce as hen's te(
gives us "nuff" to gc
aoes. You don't 300 Pairs Brogan
vants. The more kind, shove 'em out
200 mien's fine sample suits, regular
$6.50 suits, to go at $3.69 a suit.
200 mcn's fine sample suits, regular
$7.50 suits, to go at $4.49 a suit.
175 men's fine sample suits, regular
$8.50 suits, to go at $5.98 a suit.
167 Mnl's fine sample suits, regular
$10.00 suits, to go at $6.98 a suit.
148 mien 's fine SamIple suits. re'ular
$12.50 suits, to go at $8.49 a suit.
100 mn's fine Tailor made Won.ted
$12.00 suits, to go at $9.50 a suit.
must affirmatively show tious national prol
ould not become a public cloak of the fe
had accepted contributions around an underta
ids of the department In the strongest men
rd with the state statute, a state oflcial of c
hose proceeding under this the' American unic
n of the law, a portion of feel sure that the
for the first ship were soeiologists, those
AV'ith all these st reniuoum termnt of' Amer
tlirow every safeguard hem-i cam)>t il i
1udertaking and to aid in Iimised tIm-mn
all solution of a most vexa- the c01n1dili o fl o1 I
SALE AT M
>lina. This big Cloi
it a question of ho
ck into Cash. GOOD-I
ces on All Kinds of Ba
Shoes, $1.25 and $:
t books will thrill with Bai
argain prices. Don't $1.75, $200
have seen this big Chil
i Shoes, worth in any Now is th<
a pair. I got fixed on We can save
'hoes, they are yours 186 Boys'
Ir. 195 Boys'
:y Brogan Shoes are 126 Boys' E
-th. "Knowing how" 100 Boys' K
around to customers. $2.98.
s, the $1.75 and $2.00 . A
price $1.25 pair. Every Ove
ALL YOUTHS' SUITS MUST BE
50 youths' suits, sizes 14 to 19, to
close out, $9.00 suits, for $5.49.
200 youths' suits, sizes 14 to 19, to
close out, $6.50 suits, for $4.49.
100 youths' suits, sizes 14 to 19, to
close out, $8.00 suits, for $4.98.
200 youthis' suits, sizes 14 to 1), tc
close ont at oive for $2.9S a suit.
50 pair mienl's odd palnts. wcre Sol
for $4.50 anid $5.00, for this sale $3.29
Ilen, to throw the Pointed Paragn
deral government Cupid elsilares with
king advocated by NNI'len a mn makes
in the country, as self he uses cleap mate
ne of the states of A bam roll may he a
n1, I proceeded. I _a
thiliking mien, the
who have tle bet- A man isn't iveessarl
ical flterests at eeause lie is a
o see tle benlefits
tiell pre ualitions 14) Wo iat a dl ervilt wo
v eniire coii. 'i)Cit we snere all Us with.
nAo e maninoeesri
y wh rer bese' i
youhg t as mufretw
e n w hcutly er e w ereal sm
IW4 V &IA
hing and Shoe Stock
v much we can make
YE PROFITS NOW, Goods Must be Sold
rgain Lot No. 1.-Ladies' Shoes,
50 Ladies' Dress Shoes, all sizes, your choice 98c. pair.
!gain Lot No. 2.-Ladies' Shoes.
and $2.25 Ladies' Dress Shoes, your choice $1.49 pair.
dren's Suits of All Kinds.
time to clothe your boys! and Mimnaugh's is the place.
you from 50c. to $2 00 on every boy suit you buy of us.
:nee suits, sizes 8 to 15, worth $1.50, for this sale 98c.
[nee suits, sizes 8 to 16, worth $2.00, for this sale $1.49.
Knee suits, sizes 8 to 16, worth $2.50, for this sale $1.98.
'nee suits, sizes 8 to 16, worth $3 00 foi this sale $2.49.
.nee suits, sizes 8 to 16, worth $3.50 to $5.00 for this sale
Big Overcoat Sale.
rcoat in the house will be sold at slap first cost.
MEN'S ODD PANTS SALE.
100 pair men's odd patnts, were sold
for $1.25 and $1.50, for this sale 89
cents a pair.
100 pair men's odd pants, were sold
foil $1.75 and $2.00, for this sale $1.49
100 pair ell's odd pants, were sold
for $2.50 and $3.00, for this sale $1.98
100 pair. len's odd pants, were sold
for $3.50 and $1.00, 'or this sale $2.419
3phs. we are.
silken hairs. After making a strenuous effort to
t fool of lim- get out of a rut, a man finds himself
rial. I Somehow a man is unable to get the
roll of hono idea into his head that a girl with a
V not. dimliple can he in the intellectual class.
,i inanufae- does the thinking so long as I am
hways on the permitted to do the talking.''
A near-si-lhted man has a good ex
-4d his vohi1 ense forl ot recnIizing, his ereditol's
e-l as we thiin1k Nwhenl Ie a11e1nS to meet tlei.