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The Wenatchee daily world. [volume] (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, November 13, 1909, Image 3

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O'CONNOR HOPES
FOR IRELAND.
noted Patriot-Editor In New
j York to Gather Funds.
BENEFITS OF HOME RULE
He Say* It Would Prov.de Better Edu
cation and Better Government—Ho
Describes the Workings of the Land
Act —Something About His Career.
The recent arrival in New York of
T. P. O'Connor, M P., the Irish patriot,
who has come over to seek funds to
help out Irish political projects, has
renewed discussion as to the relations
between Ireland and her ruling pow
ers. Mr. O'Connor says that if the
new British budget is thrown out the
Irish party will have a great chance
to be a factor in the subsequent gen
eral election.
"It is my first visit in three years."
paid Mr. O'Connor, who has lost noth
ing of his rich manner of speech. "I
shall be here for about a month to
get funds, if possible, to help our Irish
legislators. You know they have to
spend many weeks in England with
out pay, and it will be a great help to
them if we can grant them a weekly
stipend.
"If the house of lords throws out the
budget, which now seems probable,
there will of course be a general elec
tion immediately following. With the
THOMAS P. O'CONNOR.
English parties so evenly balanced it i
seems that our eighty-one members of
parliament will be a more important
factor than usual.
"Ireland is on the up grade. The
land act, of course, has its drawbacks,
a three cornered combat among the
tenant, landlord and estates commis
sion, but we have 200,000 people who
were once paupers and slaves, but who
are now comparatively comfortable.
They are perfectly free—in fact, there
is no law about them."
Mr. O'Connor said the problem of the
congested districts was still a serious
one and probably the improvement in
this regard is not so great.
Mr. O'Connor said he noticed some
new Dreadnoughts among New York's ;
tall buildings.
He went into the involved question
of the land act and explained how
they were attempting to adjust its
financial difficulties and how some \
lands were "bought, not sold." He j
said he could not see how the house
of lords would be so foolish as to
throw out the budget when that action
would give the Irish party such a
chance.
Ireland Helping Herself.
Ireland, he said, was helping herself.
Seven times since 1885 she had sent
four-fifths of her representatives to de
mand self government. She had raised
considerable funds for twenty-five
years iv support of home rule and
united all her forces.
Under the land act which enables
the tenant, upon declaration of desire
to purchase, to obtain a reduction of
25 per cent iv rent and ultimately be
come the owner he thought that in
many instances the tenant might have
made a better bargain. It freed the
tenant from every symbol of landlord
ism. One-third of all the land and
practically all Wexford were now in
the hands of the tenants. A "tenant
owner" became a better Nationalist,
appreciating more keenly the ineffi
ciency and stupidity of the present
government.
"Of course," said Mr. O'Connor, "Ire
land will never be a country properly
worth living in until she is governed
by her own people. Everything in Ire
land is done wrong. Certainly four
fifths of the population would vote for
home rule. 1 think the government is
disposed to grant us a generous meas
ure of it. The lords always oppose it,
but the lords, as shown in history, are
sometimes struck with terror and wish
to preserve their <»wn liberties.
Gladstone's Error In 1886.
"Gladstone sprung home rule prema
turely in 1880. If it had not been for
our Parnell split in 1890 Gladstone
might have carried home rule in 1892.
The Irish cause lost twelve years and
gained twenty years of education. We
had the period of division and disaster.
Gladstone did a great work in destroy
ing prejudice.
"The first effect of heme rule would
J. C. Mellenbacker. district pas
senger agent of the Nickel Plate rail
way, with headquarters at Erie, Pa.,
has been in the valley looking over
his orchard property at Rock Island.
He left Friday for home via Califor
nia. While here he was the guest
of S. W. Usher.
Have the Daily World left at your
door and read today's news today.
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909.
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Our Store Has Been Crowded All Day
CLOSING OUT SALE OPENED STRONG
The Toggery's *25,000 Stock Must Be Reduced Down to $5000 or
$ 6000 Regardless of Cost-Tremendous Savings for Everybody
Nothing like this ever offered in Wenatchee before. The be& of
Men's Furnishings slaughtered. Read our prices for Monday. It will pay you
WE have sold out—that's plain is it not? And we got $1000 down, but our contract is such that we must
reduce our large stock down to $5,000 or $6,000 before the new firm takes posession. Well that's easy
for us to do because we are going to place our entire stock, which is new ana fresh, at your disposal.
In other words, you can select anything you need among this $25,000 worth of the best men's clothing,
shoes and complete men's furnishings ever shown in North Central Washington at way down, rock bot
tom prices. We don't care what you select so long as we reduce our stock to the required amount.
You are the gainer and in fact we are not the loser. It's the new firm that loses. We do not hesitate
to say that everybody who knows our stock will avail themselves of this one grand opportunity of get
ting their winter clothing at almost cost.
Men's Suits
$36.00 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Suits
for $24.85
$30.00 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Suits
for $22.85
$25.00 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Suits
for $18.35
$23.00 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Suits
for $16.35
$22.50 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Suits
for $15.85
$35.00 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Blue Serge
Suits $26.50
$30.00 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Blue Serge
Suits $22.50
$25.00 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Blue Serge
Suits $19.95
$22.50 all wool fast
color Blue Serges
for $15.95
$35.00 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Black Dress
Suits $27.15
$25.00 Hart Schaffner
& Marx Black Dress Copyright 1907 by
Suits $17.85 HartSchafrner W Marx
$22.50 fine all wool Black Dress Suits $15.95
322.50 fig. worsteds, best linings, all wool $16.95
$20.00 fig. worsteds and cheviots, all wool $14.85
$18.00 fig. worsteds and cheviots, all wool $13.10
$15.00 fig. worsteds and cheviots, all wool $10.50
These suits include regulars, stouts and slims.
Young Men's Suits
422.50 fancy worsted, best linings, all wool $16.95
$20.00 fancy worsteds and cheviots, best linings, all
wool $14.85
$18.00 fancy worsteds and cheviots, best linings, all
wool $13.10
$15.00 fancy worsteds and cheviots, best linings, all
wool $10.50
Men's Florsheim Shoes, reg, 12 and 14-inch, water
proof, reg. $9.00; sale price $7.85
Men's Florsheim Shoes, reg. 12 and 14-inch, water
proof, reg. $8.50; sale price $7.35
Hand Made Chippewa Falls make, 12-inch water
proof, regular $7.00; sale price $5.35
Hand Made Chippewa Falls make, 12-inch water
proof, regular $6.00; sale price $4.85
W. L. Douglas 14-inch, reg. $7.00; sale price $6.10
W. L. Douglas 12-inch, reg. $5.00; sale price $4.30
Men's best quality 13-inch extra wear, tan, regular
$7.00; sale price $5.45
W. L. Douglas Storm King 10-inch, regular .f5.00;
sale price $3.95
W. L. Douglas waterproof 8-in., reg. $6.00 $4.95
W. L. Douglas black dress shoe, 8-in., reg. $5.00___54.30
W. L. Douglas calf, vici kid, patent leather, regular
$5.00; sale price $4.30
W. L. Douglas dress shoe, calf, vici kid, patent lea
ther, regular $4.00; sale price $3.35
W. L. Douglass dress shoe, vici kid, calf, patent lea-
ther. regular $3.50; sale price $3.10
W. L. Douglas dress shoe, vici kid. calf, patent lea
ther, regular $3.00; sale price $2.20
Men's all leather work shoes, regular $3.50 $2.65
Men's all leather work shoes, regular $3.00 $2.45
Men's all leather work shoes, regular $2.50 $1.95
All Trunks 20 Per Cent Off
All Umbrellas 33 1-3 Off
Shoes
THE REASON FOR THIS SALE
Men's Underwear
Men's silk and linen G. & M. make, reg. $7.00; sale
price $5.80
Men's silk and linen white G. & M. make, reg. $6.00,
sale price $4.60
Men's silk and wool G. & M. make, reg. $5.00; sale
price $3.90
Men's fine all wool white, good enough for anyone,
regular $5.00; sale price $3.30
Men's Cooper all wool ribbed, pink, regular $5.00;
sale price ! $3.30
Men's Cooper silk and wool, blue and white, regular
$5.50; sale price $4.20
Men's Rockford fine Australian wool, regular $4.50;
sale price $3.30
Men's all wool Union Suits, regular $5.00; sale
price $3.45
Men's nil wool Union Suits, regular $4.50; sale
price $3.20
Men's all wool Union Suits, regular $3.50; sale
price $2.65
Men's all wool Union Suits, regular $3.00; sale
price $2.15
Men's wool and cotton mixed, regular $2.00; sale
price $1.45
Best fleece lined, regular 65c and 75c; sale price 45e£
Best fleece lined, ribbed, regular 65c and 75c; sale
price 40t£ and 45^
Men's fancy striped all wool worsted and silk mixed,
Regular $7.50; sale price $5.85
Regular 46.50; sale price $4.95
Regular $5.00; sale price $3.95
Fancy cheviots suitable for young men's wear.
All wool, regular $5.00; sale price $3.95
All wool, regular $4.50; sale price $3.65
Men's fancy cheviot and worsted, all wool, regular
$4.00; at 1 $2.95 and $3.15
Extra heavy all wool, regular $3.50; sale price $2.45
Men's worsteds and cheviots, regular $2.50 and $3;
sale price $1.95 and $2.15
200 pairs men's half cotton half wool worsted, regu
lar $2.00 and $2.50; sale price $1.45
200 pairs men's half cotton and wool worsted, regu
lar $1.75 and $2.00; sale price $1.10
Children's 2-piece, regular $7.50 One-Third Off
Children's 2-piece, regular $6.00 One-Third Off
Children's 2-piece, regular $5.00 One-Third Off
Children's 2-piece, regular $4.00 One-Third Off
Children's 2-piece, regular $3.00 One-Third Off
Children's 2-piece, regular $2.50 One-Third Off
Men's Sweater Coats
Men's fancy G. & M. make, reg. $6.06; sale price__s4.7s
Men's fancy, all wool, all colors, regular $5.00; sale
price $4.25
Men's fancy all wool, all colors, regular 42.00 and
price $3.25
Men's fancy, all wool, all colors, regular #4.00; sale
price $2.95
Men's fancy, all wool, all colors, regular $3.00; sale
price $1.95
Men's fancy, all wolo, all colors, regular $2.00 and
$2.50; sale price $1.65
Boys' Sweater Coats, all ages and sizes, all wool,
at 95*?, $1.15, $1.45, $1.50
Men's Coats
Men's Sheep Lined Coats, moleskin outside, extra
length, fur collar, regular $11.00; sale price $8.25
Men's Sheep Lined Duck, extra length, fur collar,
regular $9.00; sale price $6.25
Men's Sheep Lined Duck, extra length, fur collar,
regular $7.00; sale price $5.75
Men's Sheep Lined Duck, extra length, fur collar,
regular $6.00; sale price :__ $4.85
Duck Corduroy, Blanket Lined Coats, regular $2.00;
sale price $1.35
Boys' Duck Corduroy Blanket Lined Coats, regu
lar $2.00; sale price $1.35
Men's Hats
Men's Caps, suitable for fail wear, regular 75c,
$1.00 and $1.25; sale price 55<*
Men's Winter Caps, reg. $2.00; sale price $1.40
Men's Winter Caps, reg. $1.75; sale price $1.30
Men's Winter Caps, reg. 41.50; sale price $1.20
Men's Winter Caps. reg v $1.25; sale price 85<
Men's Winter Caps, reg. $1.00; sale price__6s< and 701*
Men's Winter Caps. -reg. 75c: sale price 45
Men's Overcoats
Men's Cravenette, Hart Schaffner & Marx, regular
i 32.50; sale price $23.85
Men's Cravenette, Hart Schaffner & Marx, regular
$30.00; sale price $22.50
Men's Cravenette, black and fancy mixed, Hart
Schaffner & Marx, regular $25.00; sale priee._slß.Bs
Men's London Rain Coat, black, regular $25.00. .$18.85
Men's London Rain Coat, black, regular $22.50..516.85
Men's London Rain Coat, gray, regular $22.50._.516.85
Men's London Rain Coat, fancy mixed, regular
$20.00; sale price $14.85
Men's Coats, fancy cheviots, regular $18.00 $14.35
Men's Coats, fancy cheviots, regular $15.00; sale
price $10.50 and $11.50
Men's Fancy Top Coats, reg. $25.00; sale price..sl6.so
Men's Fancy Top Coats, reg. 422.50; sale price__sl6.3s
Young Men's Overcoats
Young men's fancy cheviots, military collar, sizes 16 to 19
years.
Regular $20.00; sale price $14.90
Regular $16.00; sale price $11.15
Regular $13.50; sale price $9.45
Youth's Overcoats
Ages 9 to 12, extra nice.
Fancy mixed, regular $15.00; sale price $10.95
Fancy mixed, regular $7.50; sale price $5.00
Fancy mixed, regular $6.50; sale price $4.85
Child's Coats
Child's fancy brown, gray, red and new green.
regular $6.50; sale price $4.85
Child's fancy brown, gray, red and new green,
regular $5.00; sale price $3.45
Child's fancy brown, gray, red and new green,
regular $4.00; sale price $2.65
All Suit Cases 40 Per Cent
Off
Men's $5.00 Stetson
Hats. black, als*
tan $3.85
Men's $3.50 Mallory
& Sons Cravenette
registered trade
mark i $2.75
Men's $3.00 Mallory
& Son $2.35
Men's $2.50 Mallory
& Son $1.70
Men's $2.00 Mallory
& Son, best on earth
$1.45
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