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Baaaaaaaaaaaaa. M*a*»*r at Ik* I alt** l*r*e*. Pate* li.he.l dally *•« >'■• *«*r faalUl. -l*a a. BALLINGER SUSTAINED The official acts, attitudes and inclinations of Secretary Ballinger, of the department of the interior, have been formally approved by President Taft. The president has made it plain that Mr. Ballinger, in the president's .pinion, has done no wrong-, and. that Mr. Ballinger may he properly avenged, the president has ordered thai Mr. Glavis be dismissed from the government service. For Mr. Ballinger and his friends, all this is cause for congratulation a* far as it rocs, but it does not 1" far enough. The pertinent question it tills moment is: What becomes of Gifford Pinch President Taft may dismiss with the great est official ease Mr. Glavis, who. despite his undoubted shell ties, is nothing more than a minor government employe of the class whose numbers run into hundreds, He is an easy victim to sacrifice and his dismissal requires no political courage. But with Mr. Pinchot the reverse applies in every particular. The people of the United States have long known 0, the admiration, professional and personal, which President Roosevelt expressed for Mr Pinehot when lie was in office. The Pinchot policies were the Roosevelt policies in all mat ters of conservation, and so it has come that in the eyes 0* the public Mr. Pinchot stands for that course of action which would have been followed by Mr. Roosevelt had he continued in <•! fice. Today Mr, Pinchot stands as lbs representative of .Mr. Roosevelt, the man who made President Taft. and to whose pol icies Mr. Taft gave voluntary and unsolicited allegiance in the dark hours of his campaign. It would seem that th* stand President Taft has taken leaves no alternative for Mr. Pinchot except to tender his res ignation as chief forester, and until he does so Mr. Ballinger'b victory is not complete. As long as Mr. M*MfctT*t remains In office there will be a well defined suspicion that Mr. Ballinger has only "saved his face." On the other hand, Mr. Pinchot's retirement will be proof positive that the Roosevelt policies no longer obtain in the White House as far as conservation is con cerned. • • • The manner in which President Taft considered the charge* presented to him by Mr Glavis is worthy of some comment, as it is unique and without para!' in cases of this kind. Mr. Tift, when he received tin accusations, turned every shred of evi dence over to Mr Rallinger, with instructions to prepare his defense. The common procedure is to notify the accused of the 1 charges made against bin and invite his response; the evidence supporting these charges, the details of times, ices and cir cumstances, arc always carefully kept secret, for it would in deed be a dull person who, given sufficient time, could not make a defense it he were aware of every bit < -i evidence against him ; The customary manner would have been for Mr Taft to have required of Mr. Ballinger a statement of his CMC without showing him Mr. Glavis'evidence. The president could then have compared both briefs and called for an explanation <>! dis crepancies that might appear.; But in his judicial wisdom the president saw fit to do other* wise, to the consequent creation of a feeling of doubt as to his fairness in the whole proceedings. ■■'... It would Indeed ..have beers a I brave man who would have dar.-d to give Col. Roosevelt a box of candy for hi* birthday present. It la ': impossible to escape the ' conclusion that the world canst sooner or later suffer a South l\>b< controversy. '"-'• ",' -' 1. _ -'V[-- r .;;<f Russia anon go and get a rwpa tatloii before Insisting on anotbei fight with Japan. FROM DIANA'S DIARY "SLIDING TO THIRD I SPIKED THE RED HEIFER CAPTAIN." IV. A "large outpouring turned out," as the village paper predicted, to see the Lisle Sox do battle with tbe Rod Heifer semi-professional*, and I came near getting that borne run— but not quite. lied Heifer Is rather a sporty lit- j tle las* with a tile work, which ■bat down for 'tie occasion, moat of the ttenii professionals being em ployed °:.. the ma whin 1,01 semi ■a toning They were all keyed up to wipe out tin sting of last year's defeat hy the Utile Hox, anil pal In a heart less pitcher. Usually the home team la supposed to .tall HO R. to let th* bloomer girl* stack up bet ter, but It. noon .tuck out all ovor the lied Heifers that this game wa. for blood. Well, about the only Ll.le Sock that got a* far a* first was Kittle Valencia, he grand old lady of baatt hall. This wa- because she always wore her glasses when hlip went In to bat, and the plit c-r bad to throw wild for fear he would break them and l" sent to tho penitentiary for It, So she would ft « pasa to first THE STAR EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE In addition to knowing; Just where be »*-,. off. Jailer Robert* apparently know* th.- destination |of several other pet-sot**, . Cook- to think of It. every nation la-the world ha* figured around ik* North Pole except Poland. There Is a reasonable doubt j whether the Pre**** Car workers I BBS ... .Hiking again or yet each time. At the -tame lime our fllfiter, Cupid La i.oi|.. bad Just gut an unhappy letter from homo, and alio wit. uoro enough in pitch Bar beat article of ball, and she kept hlta scattered well enough to keep tin. locals from tallying. Tho ninth inning arrived, ..i..| i thought It would 1,0 about tlmo for ray home run. I dazzled ti„ hay seed pitcher with a winning smile, whli-li had the effect of making him ease one right over tho plate. I connected .'.l'll It like a pile driver •'mil pushed It over to the lioggoa* General Emporium signboard. I simply flew round Urn bane., bat had the misfortune, when sliding to third, in h ( ,lkr- tb* Itwi Heifer cap. tain, ii.- lot out a bellow and tied up th' game at BO hour, with ma holding l.is bleeding l.'-an li my lap. Then the game was called on account of dfirknnss without III'! ovjj scoring. Sir. Hplaeh raid It wg„ all right—• It wn« not victory so much nn coin that Hi" l.iKle Ho* wen. aft,-, and tbe gat* pere*nta«« had i„.,,,, turn ed over before tho fifth liinln*. (Continued.) SHE HEARD CALL OF THE BLOOD OF HER FATHERS DEftTMA ROCCA. "I ju.t wanted to sl»*p whirt I could **• th* star*,** *«pt*|ns little half breed Indian girl, who |*ft ham* ',- and Mb mother to wander in in* open - . IMIl MI t't-fed l-raaaj SAN* KIUNUBCO. »*pL IS.—• ' 11.-cau.i. 1 wanted to." Thai I. as "Bear a* tittle. M|*i,.| Bertha Ho* r*. a ball bread India* girl, ran coma to *tptalntng th,. fierce, reststleaa longing In her breast that carried her from a com rortabla, happy borne and drove her to seek solera la tat* wood* by lb* sea shore. JfßH*M*a**(Bfltt a fMßM,i It was ber blood that waa calling her. 'ha blood that called . bar fathers and bar rather** fatbers. j Rut Illtl* ftertha Korea, rwatlv* under th* whit* man's civilisation. did not know that, nor mrs*., a* : she waadered in th* wilder regions of Golden lata Park, hiding by day. sleeping on a bad of leave* by nUbl "I * wanted to," ah* • «-»>» "I wanted to be oat In the air *rbcra titer* are no chairs and I could alt right down on the ground, t Just wanted to strap outside where I could *«*> the star*" lU-rtha wa* brought front Mexico about fatal y*r» ago by a well-to-do .Spanish faintly. They look good oar* of her, a 1 moat a* one of their own. Rut th* Hill* half breed heard the call of lb* oat door* day by day. IN LITTLE OLD NEW YORK BY NORMAN. A nea .paper man who la* a •mail fiat up town asked hi* land- lord last spring to repaper the din- Ingi-outit. whose wall*, were look very pa***, not to say seedy. The landlord said he would, but be kept putting It off. and going out of "Could you '••<• v* where the , ... ._,, *_,»_...-_ i, .—. ih» Metropolitan Museum of Art Is*" town and forgetting It.- and be mm cf „,.„,, M||^ ... nMM , one of il'-m a*ked of the NfS cracks In the paper kept .-ting ),,,(,,,,. more frayed around the edges. The tenant finally got pretty .ore. and a month or ao ago h* began to paper th* room himself. lint not In a way that will do the land : lord the least bit of good Far from It. , The vengeful . journalist collnet. Ed all the comic aectlons of Sunday body who lived bln - New ; York paper" he could get and pot In hi* would know I where the Metorpol ■pare time smearing the perform- Ran Museum la." ances of the Kafxeujaramer Kid* "Walt," .aid the first boy ah had and Ihi.lt r Rrown. and l.lt tie asked, "you see. I cam* from 11*1 Nemo, and ail the rest of the tribe Union-, and I only bean here about of Sunday atrocltlea all over tin- two month* Hill, be'a from Pro* wall* of the dining room Ho tdenca, and he'a only been her* haa hi* labor of tore pretty nearly a month. *-*red'a from tl.lv. .to* finished now. None of am knows much about art TIM landlord mar never paper | museum yet— toil. SAY, we all that lining room for me, i., says, know where Coney Island Is!" '. OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE THE STAR—THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1000. |etroßf*r and stronger, until fin ally >■«* answered "Just because ah* had to " . I'or two day* ah* liked In th* open and than civilisation fell upon her again la the guls* of a mounted I-' '.. .11. , Now H.-ttha .it* stolidly in th* enclosed garden of the children's i detention bom* here ..rid wall* while her fain ia being <fl*eu*aed Shall she be returned to ■■ 4*"M*i-, | lly from whom aba ran • *VP' >f*> aa* the -.'.. over her at night, or •hall »he be* put In . convent where th«- walla ar« high T She all. qtuet. 'ly In tl •■ .mi aid »ay* nothing, but ber eye* bruod darkly And It jla b**e«us* of thla, perhaps, thai tb» convent with th* high walla, th* eery high wall*, will probably I the vary shelter two years to to* her *h«tlai f..r two year* to corn*. I"I do not know my father," ah* •a., "Rut I think I would know i IB? mother, although I have not seen her for a long time. Sho.l* Indian Ufa Head in Mexico, One day th* lady cam* and saw ma with my mother and be took mo with her., After a while they came haa* They wore vary kind to lu*.****la}fci lady tike*] me and wa* kin.l but I do not Ilk* to live la a bona*" I : ' And ao you ran away '" !piig§i»f "No," ah* answer** *it »t ranee Indian stolidity. , "I did not run away . I Just west because I want ed to ss mneti," "but 111 bet he will for the next .nanl .*•. * -s,' Two woman visitor* 10 , New York atopped for a cooling drink at a big and* fountain near the (•rand Central Station The boy turned to another white coated youth Know where the poritaa Museum la, 11111*" he a.ked. .. "Sapf." -aid Mill > "Ask KVed he might know." Fred did not know, and advised tha women to aak It.. cashier. . " "1 am .oprlaed," aald one of the won.' "I abould think ' every* IMr mall, as! at .Hr—l year, BSy a iiaalk,, ai •■"> i |->0»l»>. *B* fcater** al *#«tll., B*V. **••* ff lee, ** Bee.** natter. STAR DUST *".'■ WIS* Bay.l I " . . ' 1 » -■».»».,» (taaala a * « c r realUa* Ike,'re rllUea* 111 l tliej're la.**." "What do you newapaper report, era it... now that tha retlreada have quit sivlns pa..*.r "Well, vre live In hoardlnahou.e., - you know, .0 we alwa/e travel on half fare" Cleveland trailer.. No man I. i.iaal. of Mm**lf un til ha I.*• laid truth Bear* ..» lit* corner atone uf hla a.l.leni'*.— Flor ida Tlmea-Unlon. Mr. ttpper— I do *o enjoy r»t>ar* tea, • Sir*. IJurnJo— Mir Ituabantt won't drink anytrtlna but M"i"i.< Iloalon Tran.erlpl. Kveryon* ou*ht to ...ma 1.111 l •elf 1., 1,1. awn nr.,|..r faul and • ran.l ■ It" rare "•lay, paw," queried llttl* Henry IVik. "did you know m* tans l.efoie you martlet her*** "No. my *on." replied th* old man with a al«h lon* drawn out, "and a. a matter vf fart I'm not Ikoruußhly acquainted allti her yet "~<l.|i*«o New*. About th* aa.le.l Ihtna I* find In thl* »,.r 1,1 I* a boy who.* mother think* 1.. I. too delicate lo work,— Italia* V. a. "What makaa tha •** wave* mtr "Don't know, unleaa they're wurry* la* ahoul wtal they Will *•> tot plaything, whan Ih* navlcallon I* by air "--K*r.*a* City Tlm»* KttatiEet*' meal I* the *i«.te.i 1.c.. .— [..1.1.1. aMMBBI r*ir*t !>t»«'|iiiiii -I lear Mia' r»« hit, Ml*a tuition da «>• on tha rl.a.rt la.t l.lKt.t * s*e, 1,11,1 Hn.qult* -Hui» Mar. tl was an awful Bora. r*ir*l Mo.qulio—•ltrallyf "*..... i tliia.ltlllo -Iri; ll.fia -,-.... |st* • wall ...ci.tr u.ually are 1 ...ra« - rloelo,. llarur-l. > , -*M't»ra'**»»i.U ll* ft tar*] IJllif wmie--fay, pa, what la - 1 hypoerliaT i !•» ,\ hypocrite, my son, 1. * man who cut.li. ir thank. Prevnlene* for M* •n--re«., Ilian eel. mail avery lima • nlbiMll Inelnual*. thai '. Isn't mainly r**t>«n*tt,|« far It hint* tatf.—fttray rttorle* • Tt»* l*,.»r 1 >.,,». 1.1 ■ lie a*, tll'l". hi* flrat ore..-rip. lion and alien h* handed Ii to th* lady til told her It waa tl IS. ft** paid tl.* II lo and after aha Nad got,* he Informed th* proprietor lhal tha II waa counterfeit Th* proprietor laokad ever hi* *!..... Bill" and «fr. '' ' • i.a man »n4 tall -Well, how at.out in* IS ...» la lhal *u»l moneyT' Th* young man an*w*r*4 In th* ifftrmallva. "Oh, well,-* Iha proprietor r-pll-.l "that', not •■• t*l w* will .11,1 at' « i.irk.l " Box <■»** ii.* v» ....* -.marr Jo no* '!i.«tn* up ll.* itiaat 'an rein lei me hay* a but fur four lunlght? lion** ttha undertaker)—-I'm rati .at .tr I ..|>t> make em to hold >**.—- Week I. Te|**rSDß - *rtrm*», -What ttaep* It Willi*?" ■tl. ...me fool thla* eallad '«ray* ■•» I ballava"— toiler llama .rat and Cfaronlcla. .--*■ ■' "- . *4aacl .*: Mr* Oattrai—Toa never loved me s Tea Met married me for winner Ooftro.—Ye*. and gut green ffcH»4*' rljracu** Herald. .jflDfefc. HBHaTB '^.a^^^^BBMatSBBBBBsV » *^^ V I "**Bk **«■■ as aa* a**************, a****** a^. a**Val *SB*SSBb*SBb*SB4 aSa*B***^B***a*W - **T^^aw ***4*a*a. aStai .a4fa*aa**aV la*** SaaaaV EaSi *^H& THj "F^k vawr Sa*a_a**VW a*> laß B fiatx V vHH w£ * *$3mW W W Mr *** * ' "Hrtrtrll" on a prescription label or a sales-slip is a protection against substitution, poor quality or inefficiency. It also shows that : the lowest price was paid. Friday and Saturday T!"**k • 0 Prices M. A A *tw "**# v**# Pape's Diapepsin 11*-. Tin- great after dinner aid. 50c size aJIC Asparagus Pills nn For all ki'lnty troubles. SOl b0x.'...*......... 00C Boradent Tooth Paste 1C A superb dentifrice. 25c tube IOC 7 Sutherland Sisters' Hair Grower Q a The Bartell:price for the 50c size <3*tC Sloan's Liniment on The" great" pain reliever. 50i bottle tJOC Minard's Liniment *| **/ Relieves all sprains, etc. 25c size....' li C Concentrated Pluto Water t\ a 35c bottles *^aSgESBS«S^' "C Ballard's Snow Liniment i |i-r Stops the ache. 25c size .. 11 C Bathaflowers •.«. 1 /* A delightful! I'aili, perfume j 2Sc can IOC Spiro Powder «•*• . Removes all body odors, 25c box ....... 11 C Odordon't "**^^t^ll "IA I iit'|iuilt-(l for preventing perspiration odors ... 1«/ C Eversweet '$» -J > * -** Makes and keeps the body free from odors. 25c box 1 • C 3 Bartell Drug Stores **° »-«••- »■•»• I No. 2—Main Store I <"■•• "-*-*** s,„ B0« Hncond Aye., P *-•-•_ I Cor. l.t and l*lko. Near Ye.l.r Way. I 610 Second Avenue I Nr . ar city M.irk.l mmaßmmm\wmmmmmsmw l RAILLARGeiN'S I *»«MrMr«B.«M.Tif^.f^r-.t7*!f*.»ass-*4--^ ""■■■■■"■■■■■^ I gAIUARGEON's •— *-!- —r-^' Advance Showing of Fall and Winter Fun l?or distinctive dcslens, ItifrivsyS aid Sttattty, "iJaillargcun'n Purs" atarxf "i. pretiifl. Buying direct from t|ie best European Irnpopers. we rjtjoy a pectiljar t^ tape, not only in price concessiofi,*, but also in jjatlierinfi* from first hands the art;., 5" Ideas created by the master minds on flic othir side," and we mti&t al) admit thetv where ihe "smartoat" thltifj* originate. 0 * Among the modish shaggy furs we arc showing, the "Silk;* IW is especially *«*,. this year, , /,*»... A very large Shawl Scarf, with long stole ends, priced at IftOAt A large Rug Muff, finished with heads and tails, shirred satin lining, at ...... f62.Sa A very desirable Fur of the season is Illack Lynx; the shawl collars .-.r^ all '.I'her 4 r to correspond with Pillow .in.l Rug Muffs. These range*in price at— *".' f47.ftO, 905.00 sad 975.00 each. Pointed Pox Shawl Collars, white tips at tail, shirred satin limn;,' . .9-15.00 to^J* Black Marten, In Long Stole Scarfs and Pillow Muffs, priced from . I* 15.00 to ?37^a We are showing Hudson Bay and Alaska Mink, in all grades and designs, frorri th- f, f , shawl collars with long stole ends to the small neck pieces and throw ■•''*; also* large Pillow and Rug Muffs to the rcgluatton size Muff. Prices range from— 925.00 to 9.'15.00 md 947.50 to 9275.00 each. Jnp Minks, always desirable, and come in all designs used iii higher-priced Minks. Vtr, best of lining ami priced from 95.75 to 902.50 1*44 Sable and Natural Squirrel; come in smaller scarfs, tics and throws, with medionvi***! muffs, and are beautifully made. Priced from 97.50 to 9.7.50 tub Heasam Seal Scarfs and Muffs . $50.00 a,i Mirrored Pony Scarfs and Muffs $11.75 to 930.00 t>A Ermine Neck Pieces and Muffs .920.75 to 9*5.00 «1 Isabella Pox Scarfs 910.00 to 925.00 etc. Russian Pony Coat*) 36 to 54 inches long, shawl collar, rolling cuffs, jeweled buttons its in some styles the slashed seams with pointed bottom. Priced from— 950.00 to 9115.00 RoVS* ' t'Jk Underwear for Immediate Use **"j *** V* **P^*a lead!**' Mid-Weight Whlt* Coiton Vettvfti W\ ■ 4*l -'rV '''"* or •bort ■'-*•*'♦*; ankle or kite* psaaj lari'.vf'm aQf-if* JrWx match; splendid value .*...;.**, L/c 11 111 ell I fCl'7,^&\ I-**•'',, ■****-■ Wright Whit*- Fleeced (£* An \/awLmYY\ Vests '" ''*'•'••■ baud trimmed ..Sit Wei aant ttlOS* alio have tint 11 * M JafafTTl *1 \ l-i-dl'-*' \ Wool Whlt* Wat. and ."-.**. 4 t*Ba> vt.ltod cur n»w Iloys' lie* ' b[s^7 / \| \l\ Hful I*ll weight; non-shrlnkai ■ , per •tartmant to know that thla «W^falf Vll garment .... ....... ..,...fXS eactton h*. been completely \jf JV J / Our famous Australian Wool flarraenti for iS .tiM-ked with a large aaaort TL |SH i ) (>. garment .flu mint of Hove and Chit- I •If JjQj / I-adl'-a Hand Trimmed Heavy Cotton Cuba "*£ rlien* •'i.»t|iii,g llaia and fcj*aa»* t^fSry white, par auit *.|tJI r-'-irnl.hltig. Not only will AfWj ItV A »*dlum Weight VVhM. Cotton Hull, «flk tea* you find it unusually t »*r II V t\ IV per .tilt ii 4 to make Hr.|erti„n. from " /[ I \\ A ti-Wool white Hand-Trimmed Union ' *™ complete a »t«ck, but tb* VJL j X Suit ....;.. ••••f.tlJI ..»tra low prices that pro- vJ~*-*JJ 7] ,<, par cm Wool Union Siilta.' beantlfoUyltS vail will make your trip ot ta*4* -**■ real profit to you. TTIT^I Children* **4-Wool fine-nibbed 'irsyorJvS Hoy* Suits—Tweeds, wor- j ll A , Shirt, and Pant* . ..-,<»«*. 551*. IMIC. Kit, T»f ■'•d» mixed and plain col* a**-*7 W-, Children's HsAd-Triromed very fin* \V>(xA or*, " to 17 years ........ * jaj \ -1 Suit*, white or blue gray; air.-. J to If, atort. • »..*»» to $5.(X) M hi Ins to •'**• »*mi*aielili*i Hoys' Hut. Woolen rhevl AtA Li M .-i"». ? 1..'»."». 1. 15, ft 1.55 '" %ZM ot., a<ri:«., wor.O-d.; 7to (W*^^ Lam ~ — tM9FKWRH >7 ye.r. $r.,->o to aiSaMi "^ U* W ew Stocks of Fine Horim Ho.. Fell Hat* U1..M4. 1 .| M ||..(r....||r > 11CW 'JIOLK* VI TIDC HQUOJ chiidv velvet iiau~i colors m-°° to $i.r>o for Immediate Use Ihllds De*t*r Hats Ills' k, bine, etc, $f.4M> " lIUUICUiaiC VSC Hoy*' Cost Bwesters—Colors. .$1.25 **"** $1.75 1-*. • ' Hn* Cashmere Stockings, seamless,-stud. Boys' Illou***- Madra* and gingham 504* , 1f" r .-"tlL.,*"' '.':'. ;. I. --"-"»■ ...„.. ... 4*",» i^dit*. 'Medium Weight Cotton Hoi***, all black.g| Boy. ShlrU-Percale and madras. 5©C to .25 black with white feet; *„„ fashioned; bMtaM Boy.' I'itnt* I'Mt.-m*' Dellxbt wit price anywhere ..t.TJTf Ruaalan and Bailor Illou*.' Suit* In blue and fan- «*>» Kugllah Cashmere Stockings, full r«SIH r, color., for .!*». 2H to 14 yeara; complete gf 4*' "loobl-Aole*. heel, and toe.; all b**c..l .if_ * black with gray fe*t; extra *p*~ 1.1 valor, BMortm.-:.' .....$3.50 to ail.s© pair.. *.'..... \7....;i^M Our famous Boya ""Bicycle" llravy Cotton Hum, Children* Heavy Weight Cotton School liliiklajM all *li.«. per-pair . 2.5* else* «to BH. per pair TAUfI Th* Stoutest Ho** Money Can Buy. Blaea >. 9H and 10. 3 pair* for ....:...~*^JK| Cotton Stocking* with wool feet, for boy* or Infanta* very fine Caahmere Stockings, blaetatijj girl*, combining warmth with .irengtb: accord- Pl°k. blue, tan. white, with ellk heel* aat* wife Ing to .lie '. 25f, 304*, 354* all alaea, per pair .....................*^.t*l| Dr. Denton* «***p- T . » -17*. n^Tr*lrTi* 71 TN So* «*^",«--il ln»s Oannents far lLiAal*-*0 /l II tl til' WllNfllt'll l*l\li\o \V*. famou. * BtMt«rt«| ehllrtrer.; Ju*l th. pV^ |TSfHllLJ^i£f\^ Unitary Warier**l Ihlnir the** cold kt^4L*i*<. KL*H*"-^ *==• ~-*j^<**; =:j *^ si . - :..--.-_'■ ntattta (g^ 1 *,*VCoe.O)A*rt & 3a**>-*»3' \J fur ,n«n *dJ «c>«| . , - I TODAY'S STYLES TODAY ZZZ=ZZ L_ i Newest Parisian Models of Autumn Millinery J Our buyers in the Eastern market have" certiafr' done it*, justice in their showing of the conceptions i home and foreign millinery art. WsspM Here you will find exclusive styles, unique-and £ ti-tii'. .141.1 sure to meet the taste ol the most fastkltos Among these exquisite and charming selcciio^w shown new" Parisian,, models with chamois tops at* moire facings, and, large beaver shapes. Some of tk" most popular are the Blanche Hates, i amille D* •** villi, Mabel line. Masinova, Marie I .v-ro andlEtkf Barry mor&i^^Hpnoß|Hn| '/'*"% " We arc always pleased to show our millinery, for at have one of the choicest selections in the city^li&l Our Liberal Credit System Makes it convenient for you to purchase anything?* may need without extra charge for the accommodati* t and without severe pressure on your purse. .in Eastern Outfitting Co., Inc 133234 Second Avenue 209 Urn*** . ■ ,_J RWffV* Reliable Credit H^ea'M-*^-^ ——^———m——m t **■ .. L^*a«i' *■ brlnga a Vie- %&£sss&£& yj**^vf-sS^M, fT.*%^^v tor into >our z *t"' /t\l //O •W* ■-'-' Jit' Pi.-?y VaV 'horn c immedi- XrV '\|* )>f <"?pi^ia 1 <:i// •■•"H «>■ Victor V'lfi^^S^ \h'^^>.*C^X Talking Machine* Vo^&Wt*-*W ,"" Nsi> 'r»il>'iy^ ••.d *h« v«ry let- . V | Ctor nee . orda. ' Victor f fe* VicM-J junior 1,0. .Sherman Pay & Co. $S£ Victor No. *W* * vi *-a I I *25. I :...■"',•"' '' 'v ™ ! .■ -'';-' ■, Victor No ' * -' '< .I*B4l Keroul Air., Seßllle. ' v****ii ll»i250 ' '"' VI »**" Sixteen Other Store* on the Pa* «,f Victor No. clflc Coast. v,c *P /^T-.n' r, "**R»ly, tor Talking Ma- #£^fy£&\fo. A'Wj^'»a^f--\t. chine '■i*t^'but•'r•• /^'Vl^vj'ia^afe home immedi. \^^fHv^^f| sj*a-^=^?*':i *tely* L^;^rn3ri^*^r !