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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY," FEBRUARY 1, 1908.
4 a Lowest Price Notch Now Reached sharp re ductions oh Women's Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists and Furs. Six weeks of cold weather ahead. No approvals. No exchanges. No alterations. ' Clean-Up of Heavy Underwear February prices now on all our WINTER UNDERWEAR for Men, Women and Children. Great Bargains and you can , buy for next year with profit. 760-768 CHAPEL ST. Tl?e(5os(opi?(o- Sryan DECLARES OUTLOOK BRIGHT Pells Washington Correspond- ent of Journal-Courier of ? Prospects for Demo- cratic Success. , STIVE IN NAT'L CAPITAL Conferring With Senators-Radleal. i Ism ot Twelve Years Ago m Now UnlversaHy pe. f mantled. ' , i (Special to the aonmoi-uooTier., livings Bryan granted an Interview to JHfayto the correspondent of the Jour iaVCourter and expressed his views V4 . i.- 1 .1 nAllHol current events in mo orld. -n "The prospects for democratic sue- ss are Drignter lo-aay. uao ve been for twelve years. That statement expresses, briefly, ,e views of William Jennings Bryan the conclusion of a series of con ferences wltn every iieiiiuviBi. prominence In : the national capitol- Only his sleeping hours Interrupted his exchange of views with tha men now In the minority, but who, with Mr. Bryan, hope to land on top of the heap when the presidential votes are counted next November. Mr. Bryan has devoted most of hi time to the democratic senator, -formulating doctrines, studying the vul nerable spots in the administration forces ahd preparing for a series of assaults which are calculated to do harm to the enemy and redound to the credit of Mr. Bryan and his asso ciates. One thing Is certain the Con gressional Record will soon begin to show the effects of the Nebraskan's visit, and it will contain many speech es which will burden the mails and which, slightly rewritten, will serve in god stead many an ambitious stump speaker who will Junket through the various states primed with speeches which have been prepared for them. Mr. Bryan's optimistic views on his own 'and his party's swcess next fall are, he Says, based on a study of the situation, rfot only In the center of political life In Washington, but throughout the country at large. ; He declared that the voters to-day have a better understanding of national af fairs than they have ever had. Twelve years ago, said Mr. 'Bryan, a political denunciation of corruption was looked npon as the stock and trade of the stumper. The people who heard the charges at that time had little or no knowledge of the J matters, about which the politicians spoke. At that same period charges that Wall street was a whirlpool of A NEW SECAR TH AT IS SOT SEW, For a good many years T. & O. Co. have been making a 5o scgar the de mand for which 1ms far exceeded the supply. Heretofore" we have been unable to get enough to supply our jobbing iraue, but now, by an arrangement, the makers have cut down the number of wholesale customers to a list they can supply. ' . Hence we are free to offer the , SWEET BRIER at 5 cents straight, and It is a remark able smoke at the, price probably better than anything you have found for the money. Try it on 5e. Mattoon SEGAR STORES, 808 Chapel, Corner Orange. gambling into which supposedly sound financjal institutions were drawn were received' with cheers by the class which applauds all .attacks on corpor ations of all kinds. The charges fail ed to make a deep impression, how ever, on the great multitude of people who were vitally Interested. Twelve years ago the expression of such views was called radicalism-. That is how Mr. Bryan expressed himself as he looked into the past' and recalled the conditions witp which he had to con tend when he made his first race for the presidency. The democratic leader took up a discussion of present-day events, with a suitable . comparison,. The radical ism of twelve years ago, he. said, had become the universal demand of to day. Many causes Jind contributed to this change of mind on the part of the people. Mr. Bryan not only re frained from giving sole credit to his own party, but he. admitted with great frankness that many republicans ad vocate to-day measures ' Which were called radical when the advocacy of them was launched by the democratic party. 'At "this point it may be well to observe' that Mr. Bryan never lets the opportunity to pass when he finds a chance to accuse the republicans of stealing some of his home-made thun der. V " Mr. Bryan stated that his observa tions- lead him to believe that the re publican party to-day finds Itself In the same disastrous throes of factional fighting that has too often marked the history of the democratic party. Some of Its leaders, he said, desired reform with a big R, and others still perched themselves on the same old stand-pat platform. Speaker Cannon's name was not mentioned In this connection. This break In the ' republican ranks, which have heretofore presented a solid front, would, Mr. Bryan said, cost them innumerable votes. Happily, he felt assured tty.at his own ranlts were us uittiimiii Continuing along the lines of finan cial difficulties, the so-called rotten ness of Wall street and the general and widespread abuso of public funds, Mr.. Bryan said that these conditions, especially, during the past six months, have come home to ronst in so many homes that the .people are at last awakened to a realization that the radicalism of twelve years ago spells another word to-day "Reform." Mr. Bryan then explained at length why the democratic party will be In a posi tion to go before the country at large and ask for the right to correct these conditions. He expressed his confi dence that his party would be'granted that authority, and, finally, he predict ed success for his party and a new deal for the people, with a new deck of cards. , HART MARKET COMPANY Gilt-edged Rhode Island and Illinois Turkeys, fresh killed. . NATIVE PORK Sausage Meat, our own make. Choice Capons," Jumbo Phil adelphia Squabs. All the fresh Southern Veg etables. 180 Temple St, Prime Meats and Fresh Killed Poultry. The high standard or quality main tained by this store's meat department Is not an Indication that our prices are exorbitant.: On the contrary, our prices are the lowest for which choice prime meats and poultry can bp sold. A trial will convince you. Choice Prime Kill Roast Beef, Native Pressed Lamb, Native Veal, French and Eng lish Chops, Fme Turkeys,' Fresh-Killed Broiling and Roasting Chickens, Young Ducks, Philadelphia Squabs. The R.H.NesbitGo. Church and Elm Streets. BRANCH STORE, . 875 Edge wood Avenue. WILL HOLT) CONFERENCE. Aldermen to Meet Manager Smith on ' Commutation. A conference was held last night by the railroad and bildses committee on the petition for a commutation system, so that trolley patrons can have six fares for twenty.-flye -cents. This Is the result of an agitation which has been going on for some time. It was deferred until conference can be held with Manager Smith. Another matter that came-up was the granting of a spur track on South Front street. This was defprred as there was no representative from the railroad present. THEO. KEILER , FV3RRAI. UlftKCTOB AND EMUALMKH. 408 Kate Street. BRAWCH OFICRl . 433 Ccmcbell ATtana. Weat Bayea. ANNOUNCEMENT. I dfsive to announce to my friends and the public generally, that pending a readjustment of my affairs, calls Intended for mc may be sent to' Messrs. Lewis & Mc-rock.No. 11 12 Chapel Street. All work will receive prompt and rareful attention. Telephone 675. ROBT. N. BUR WELL, Undertaken DEATHS. FOWLER In this city, January 81. 1ns, ChnrlPd H. Fowler, in the 75h year of his ngp. Funeral services will he held at Christ church on Punday afternoon at two o'clock. Friends are invited to at tend, ft n Cut Flowers and Flowering Plants. John N. Champion & Co. 1026 CHAPEL ST. Closed for Inventory Monday, Feb. 3rd. If You Want to Make Your Husband Happy AVhen yon call 21(10 or 2101 . . this morning order a pound or two of "Little Docrfoot Farm Sniiwige," a package of Pan cake or Waffle Flour, and a can of "Real Maple Syrup." Don't bother to call us and thank us for the suggestion. We'll lake It for granted. Deerfoot Sausage.. .25c pound Grandma's Pancake Flour. . . . .12c package REAL Maple Syrup 50c a full quart, glass or tin. I Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon jj From our native Country Pork, we have now ready and taken from the smoke house those fine Sugar-cured Hams and wide, thick Bacon that is such a treat. The reason of their deliciousness is because they are light -salted, thoroughly cured and smoked for a long time. We also have HOME-MADE SAUSAGES, COUN TRY SPARERIB and SALT PORK that will please the most particular. j Guinea Hens, Philadelphia Squabs, Ducks, Turkeys and Capons are now at their best. . 11 I .5 THE S. W. HURLBURT CO. 1074 CHAPEL STREET. Canned Vegetables. THE BEST GOODS At attractive prices. Finest Maine Sweet Corn, 12c per can, $1.80 per At attractive prices. Finest Maine Sweet Corn, 12o per can, $1-35 per dozen; a good Com, 8c per can, 80c; per dozen; Fenton Brand Peas, a large, tender, sweet Pea, 12c per can, $1.35 per dozen; very nice Peas at 10c per can; little blood-red Beets, 12 l-2c per can; Spinach, Cheaper and better than the fresh, at 15c per can; Tomatoes, an extra large can,' ' first quality, at 12 l-2 per can, $1.40 per dozen: a very good Tomato at 10c per can, $1.10 per dozen. String and Wax Beans, Lima Beans, etc., all at very low prices. 'John Aiibert sJson tf 918 VI CHAPEL ST. Vl i BAZAAR'S LAST XTGHT. Co-. B Presents Continuation of" Dreamland. ' To-night, for the last vtlme, will the "Dreamland Bar.aar" at the Second Regiment armory he opened to the public. On account of the great popu larity nf the bazaar when given by Co. B last week Co. B, Second Infantry has undertaken to present the same this evening. The, wonderful electrical display and the beautiful decorations In which ten miles of bunting are em ployed, the most extravagant array ev er attempted by Yale junior prom, are being held over for the reception to be tendered to Major Brown by the Governor's Foot Guard next Mon day. Company B has engaged Lang's or chestra to furnish music for the occa sion this evening This will positively be the last time the prom, decorations will be on exhi bition. , f m. 4".u . 4 H" Mm w Jra en Ire j ., j : .....f ,. ., .. . .... ...... W. 1 FANCY GROCERIES, WINES, ETC. ii at Special Prices FOR SATURDAY, FEB, 1st, 1908, Sie Berzelius Chapter House After the Fire. The Vires on the Left Are Covered With Ice. 4.1 i FANCY GROCERIES. 22c J 6 I DRIED fiEEF (in glass), large jar. ENGLISH WALNUT MEATS, pound 35c OLIVES, Auto Brand, regular price 25c, special, bottle. . .'. 15c SCOTCH ORANGE MARMALADE, individual jars, Special OLIVE OIL (Italian), half gallon, full measure, Special. .,. '. 4 , ..$1.15 CHEESE STICKS (new goods) package 15c ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE, by the pound 22c SHRIMP (new pack) 15c tin, 2 for 25c SPECIAL MINERAL WATERS SPECIAL NOTE We offer the two below mineral waters, quarts only, limiting one (1) dozen to a customer, TO-DAY ONLY, FEBRUARY 1, 1908. "" PRICE BOTTLE DOZEN .MONDAY WHITE ROCK (quarts) ... ... .17 $1.80 $2.20 SARATOGA VICHY (quarts).. .14 $1.45 $1.75 i CHAMPAGNE 5PECIAL. fiflliE SPECIAL, We have a few cases of vei-y fine Domestic Champaene, pints only, made by the WHITE TOP WINE CO., HAM MOXDPPO KT. X. T., which we offer at a SPECIAL PRICE. Regular pri Sic bottle. Special Price, 45c bottle. Special Price, 6 bottles for $2.50. ONLY PIX BOTTLES TO A CUSTOMER. iJOHNSON & BROTHER 411-413 STATE STREET. OUR FRESH POULTRY. Capons, Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks and Fowl, cheaper than beef and always satisfactory. ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, Etc. Our prices arc low on all of the above. - '' ' FRESH VEGETABLES. A long list of Fresh Vegetables. D. M. WELCH & SON. New Number! 38-40 CONGRESS AVENUE WEST ItAVEH. - , HA VEX. I 94 George St. 19 Congress Ave. 1316 and 770 State St. 3?9 Grand Ave. I Prices that Appeal to Economic Buyers, ! Pork Chops ...9c lb I Breakfast Bacon.. 16c lb- X Hamburg Steak, 3 lbs. 2 5c j Roun Steak. ... . .16c lb f Rack Steak . . . . . . . 1 2c. lb , t . Fresh Pork Shoulder 9c lb J ? Sperry & Barnes' Sausage , 9o lb f SCHOENBERGER'S f Smoked Shoulders. . . 9 c lb i Liver. 7c lb 15 Howard Avs. il Shelton Ave. 621 EUn St 150 Greenwood St. 1 Ever Try v . CALF'S HEAD? j T We offer theni nicely cleaned and blanched, almost ready to put Into t I the oven all of this at a low fljrnre. If looking for a good, .sib- , X slantlal and economical dish, 'plione us. . . L. C. Pfaff & Son; 7 AND 9 CHURCH ST., . 'Phone 1046. FIRF, OX BIO OXER Steamship Majestic Threatened With Destruction at Pock. Southampton, Jan. 21. A Are broke out. this afternoon in the flrst-class smoking room of the White Star Line steamship Majestic, which arrived yes terday from New York, and at one time it was thought that the vessel was doomed to destruction. Only through the united efforts of the Are depart ment on the dock and the city fire brigade w-as the vessel saved. With Saturday Rush. Our Saturday bargains draw Immense crowds. Specials In every depart ment. LAST CHANGE OX BVT TETl. Best Elgin Creamery Butter, 31 Cents Pound. Monday's priea. will be 34o a Pound. CANDY SALE. FRESH OXFORD CREAMS, lc Ih, regularly 15c lb. Peppermint, Maple and Wlntenrreen Flavors. FTOGE, lOe lb. Etc., etc. MEAT. Bet Bacon. 15c lb. S. B. Sausage. lc lh. Rih Roasts 14c lb. Loin Steak. 18c lh. Round Steak. 16c lh. , . Porterhouse, Prime Cut. 20c lb. Freh-K tiled ITtlckens and Fowls. SWEET ORANGES. 20c dozen.- S. S. ADAMS. Two TelrpboBes. Tall 42M or 42fll. MAIX STOBE, COR. STATE AND I'Ol'RT STREETS. Braarh Stvresi 338 Hnwara At, 743 GrBt Ave- 800 Howard Are, 7 Sbel toa Ave, 155 Llnya St. hard work they succeeded in stemming the blaze, but only after serious dam ape had been done. The smoking room! was badly burned, and several of tha' vessel's cabins were seriously dam aged. ' Jaffa Oranges Dn not pome from Jaffa,, hat fro tit' BrnlaVnton-q. Florida. Those who bare hart them In former rear, or already thin araaoB do ant nrrd to he fold how rood they are. It Is a nonrce of rrat aatlafactlon- to n that the eron- la tha arrovr from which we feet onrnpply la laritpr than for aVeral rears. V will probably have them for two. itooatha to eome. la fonr stars, 30c. to SOc. pea des, . THE MIRROR FRUIT STORE. J. B. JUDSON, 856 CHAPEL ST. It's... A CLEAN HOUSE, A CLEAN CHURCH, A CLEAN HOTEL, Lhat employs The Vacuum Gleaner. Telephone 2 TOO and get tha small cost. !? 5 r. f i i if 1 1 1. 1 i ' i. If