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FULL LEASED WIRE TEfXCRAPH
WILL STOP ALL
TRAFFIC OH THE
Points on the Upper Willamette
above Oregon City, extending through
the territory bounded on the south by
Corvallls, will be isolated from water
transportation from the latter part of
July or about August 1 until Octo
ber 1. Officials of the Oregon City
Transportation company operating
the fleet known as the Yellow Stack
Line, announced yesterday that the
service would be discontinued for
that period, closing of the Oregon
City locks to deepen the channel,
compelling discontinuance of traffic.
Pressed by unusual demands be
cause the movement of freight has
been heavier than heretofore, the
company has continued the steamer
Pomona between Portland ana' Cor
Tallis longer than usual this season,
the water above Salem being too low
as a rule after June 6, but tomorrow
the Pomona will make her last trip
until October. She left yesterday for
the head of navigation, but it is as
sumed that she will have difficulty
making the point, as the river stood
at two feet and it was expected to
be 1.7 feet today. The vessel will
be laid up here for a few days to be
repainted and undergo a few repairs.
About Tuesday she will go on the
Portland-Oregon City run, making
two round trips dally, leaving here at
ana z o clock and leaving Oregon
City at 11 and 5 o'clock. Sundays
she will make three round tips.
The steamer Oregona will remain on
the Portland-Salem route until the
locks are closed, unless the river falls
more rapidly than expected, the ser
vice then being three round trips a
week. As the company has no ade
quate means of transferring freight
around the locks the Salem service
will cease when the basin is blocked.
Without taking into consideration
the loss to the company, growers
along the river will suffer, as the
blockade will be felt at a time when
hop-picking Is at its height and the
movement of pickers Is heavy an
nually. They will have to go south
by rail and either walk or be driven
to tlie river sections remote from
UNITED FKESS LEASED WIRE.!
San Francisco, June 21. Detec
tives today are searching for two
robbers who last Bight raided the
rooms of the "Editorial Club," nn
incorporated "gambling club in Turk
street, and held up the five inmates
of the place, after having beaten the
keeper, Frank C. Brlggs, unconsdcin
Among the men robbed was Chas.
Torrentz, of Seattle, who lost $12')
a-ad a diamond ring valued at $500.
The detectives have been unable
to find a trace of the two men who
robbed the place.
It was several minutes after the
robbers had gone, locking the doors
from the outside, beire the men in
the club room dared to telephone the
police and hospital for help.
"JTJST LIKE THE FLOWER"
SELECT LILY OP THE VALLEY
It Is sweet, delicate and lasting,
and! a great frvorite with lovers of
fine perfume, being the only abso
lutely perfect Lily of the Valley odor
ever produced. $1.00 an ounce. Se
lect Lily of the Valley Toilet Water
60c and $1.00. Select Lily of the
Valley Talcum Powder, 25c. For sale
CROWN DRUG CO.,
Opera House Pharmacy.
When a woman is elected to the
widow class she seems to think that
all sorts of class privileges are hers.
Some persons' idea of getting rid
of a bad habit is giving it to some
Some Adxantages of
Cement Sewer Pipe
1. True sectional shape.
2. Oreater compressive tensile
8. Cement pipe grows stronger
4. A stronger union ia ob
tained at the Joints.
5. Uniform quality every pipe
. Is perfect
6. Cement pipe makes a sani
tary and water-tight sewer.
7. Lowest la first cost and up
keep. 8. Used in the principal cities;
indorsed by the leading en
gineers. Call and get our estimates.
!6 8. Liberty St Phone 11
R. M. flOFER, Mun.gir
TO QUASH THE
UNITED I'EESS LEARKD WHIR.
Los Angeles, Cal., June 21. Con
tending that the true bills returned
by the grand Jury against B. H. Con
ners, A. D. Maple and F. Ira Bender,
held on charges of attempting to
dynamite the hall of records building,
were Illegally obtained, Attorneys
Job Harriman, Lecomjite Davis and
Joseph Scott, representing the de
fense, appeared before Judge Willis
this morning in an effort to have the
Indictments quashed. The state was
represented by Deputy District At
torney Horton. The case was con
tinued until Friday morning when
additional arguments will be heard.
The defense asked that the indict
ments be quashed on the ground that
the grand Jury completely over
looked that section of the penal code
which provides that the foreman of
the Jury must read to every witness
Section 1324, which explains the wit
ness' rights if he is liable to be in
criminated by the testimony he is
about to give. .This law was passed
by the last legislature, signed by
Governor Johnson March 23, and be
came effective May 23.
Deputy District Attorney Horton
admitted that this section of the code
had not been read to the prisoners,
but contended that inasmuch that
the grand Jury started its investiga
tion into the alleged dynamiting be
fore this law became effective, it did
no apply to this case. Judge Willis
will rule on the .question after hear
ing further arguments, Friday, when
the accused men will also enter their
pleas to the charges.
VOl'NG IIAVEMEYER SAYS HIS
FATHER LIMITED PRODUCTION
IN INTEREST OF CONSUMER
STORY IS DIAPHANOUSLY AT
TENUATED. UNITED l'RESS LEASED WIRE.l
Washington, June 21. When the
Hardwlck sugar investigating com
mittee . resumed Its . sessions today,
Horace Haveymeyer, a son of the
late sugar king, Henry O. Haveraey
er, was recalled. He testified that "a
reasonable" combination was a posi
tive benefit to the public. Havemey
er declared that the merger of the
National Sugar Refining company and
the New York and Yonkers refiner
ies info the National
company of New Jersey was more of
a oenent to tne public than to the
company. No single man, lie de
clared, could control prices.
He asserted that with the over
production of refined sugar, if the
duty were removed, would result In
the ruining of the beet sugar Indus
try. As far aa he knew, he asserted,
the combination effected by his fath
er' had not resulted in increased
prices, although, he admitted, that
the purpose was to reduce nrnriiin-
tlon, as well aa the cost of produc
tion, as rar as he knew, he said,
there were no agreements limiting
production or the territory where
each company niight trade.
Havemeyer said he thought the In
terstate commerce commission exer
cised a "fatherly care" over the rail
roads. He said he believed
ment committees regulating corpora
tions would De a good plan.
He Said he thoucht the tnnrlpnnv
of those controlling any commodity
was io ao ngnt rattier thaquto effect
unreasonable Drlces. He won tdm.
perorlly excused from the stand.
It mav SOIind Slllv hilt nno nlmivi
hates, to hear that somebody has said
of him that he is a nice man.
There may be men who luvn AaA
for love, but It took them
80 years to do It.
EVERT BOY AND GIEL under
the age of 20 years opening a
Savings Account with us will
be presented with a handsome
leather-covered metal pocket
One dollar will open ao ac
count The bank will belong
to the depositor, and the ac
count will draw 4 per cent in
J. A. and E. T. Griffith to W. A
Rutherford, land In section 8, town
ship 8 south, range 3 west, q c d.
A. E. end M R Parker to E T. Mal
vln. 30 hundredths acres In t 7 s,
r 3 w, q c d.
L. E. A. and O. Cotterman to L. P.
Nelson, part blocks 29 30, Highland
add Salem, w d, $1000.
O. T. Bentler to Maria Hllne, lot f,
block Boise's first add, w d, $100.
J. P. and E. M. Barnes v to Alton
Rogers, lot 20, Hall's home tracts;
w d, $1050.
E. A. Boise et al to Catherine
Shamo. lot 10, block 6, Bote's sec
ond add; w d, $500.
J. and E. Dinwodle to W. L Bent
ley, 50 acres, Marion county; w d,
J. H. and M. C. SetMemebr to W.
A. and W. Wengeroth land In Wood
burn; q c d, $600. .
G. A. and B. E. Schults to Homer
H. Smith, lot 1, block 2 Capitol
Park addition,' Salem, w d, $10.
J. G. and A. Voget to Anderson
Steel furnace works, lot 1, block 27,
subdivision block 26, 27, 2S, Catiltol
Park add, Salem; w d, J4iu.
W. and L. Sehwndler to il. If. I'p
pendohl, 4 acres t 4 s, r I v: w d
W. W. and C. ilall to J. i:. Hears,
lot 5, block 5, Ben Hall'j addition,
Woodburn; w d, $118.75
John Goughnour to Vary, Gongh
nor, land in Parrish'adi 11, Salom;
w d, $1.
C. B. ltd S. E. Moores to lohn a
McAdams, part of lot 6, block 71. Sa
lem; q c :t $1.
J. H. and M. A. Layue to Merlin
Harding, 1 14 acres t 10 s, r 2 w w
Streff, M. and A. to E and M. For
rette, 10 litres sec 10, t '.' s, r I w;
w d, $1.
S. P. Matheny to Annie C. Tweed
part lot 6, block 5, P. W. Geiser'i
add, Silverton; w d, $1.
S. P. Mathey to Thomas Tweed,
part lot 6 and lot 8, P. W. Geiser's
add Silverton; w d, $1.
R. E. and L. M. Downing, et al, to
W. R. Lattin, 20.48 acres, t 8 s, r 2 w;
w d, $1650.90.
T 7 nnii T ft ... 1 . n
... auu j. JJ. ouuertti. IO JJ.
vinuiiciiwu, CI HI, lUl , 5, DIOCK 12,
depot addition to Salem; w d, $10.
F. W. and J. N. Waters to H. Hel
mer, lots 40, 41, Grabenhorst fruit
farms; w d, $1000.
A. Strong, et al, to K. Babcock,
northeast quarter of lot 8, Morning
side add Salem; w d, $19.
W. L. Freres to P. Fredler 2 acres,
t 9 s, r 1 w; w d, $1.
A. E. and M. J. Courtright to C.W.
Melson, 10 acres, t 4 s, r 1 and 2 w:
w d, $10.
BY BIG FIRE
Bakersfield. June 20. All wires tn
Maricopa are down. News received
here by automobile couriers today is
r,v nuncio luuay is Th. trn,.Sp K t n ; "" aiuyjiouiug mucn good for
that fire started. In Carter's hotel and T "l"s ,ext V,oor; 2?,d, Tne our people in many ways if the neo
fanned by a stiff breeze, spread n I JaX in?,. TtX ."fl" ,D the I P'e "ill only take the proper degree
two directions. Soon the telephone ! "BHtht Fves " "in "?m VT'V lntere9t ln discussions, and iive
"LC?1 e fflc? ny the Sid w ?. I !en.Lto thelr vie P matter? of
amies uu tne souin sine or tne street
were consumed. Among the burned
buildinas were two banks. Their
steel vaults are believed to be intact
Fighting desperately, the volunteer
Are brigade of 200 Anally controlled
the flames after more than half of
the town had been destroyed. The
Lakeview hotel which cost $65,000,
was burned to the ground. Chief
Ball was instantly killed while car
rying a line Of hose over a rnnt He
was struck by an electric wire.
Fifteen persons, it is said, were In
Swat That Fly
Use Conkcy's Fly Knacker and
kill the flies. Sold under a
guarantee to do the work or
your money back. All size
D. A. White & Sons
Feedmen and Seedmen
Poultry and Bee Supplies
SALEM, - OREGON
Bicycle Season is now on in
full blast. , We have a com
plete line of
Call and Inspect them; we will
Eczema All Over Baby' Body
"Whin my baby whs four months
old hla face broke out with eczema,
and nt nlxleen month of age, his face,
hanjs mid urms were In a dreadful
Btnle. The enema spread all over his
body. We had to put a mask or cloth
over his fare and tie up hi hands.
Finally we gave him Hood's Sarsupa
rllla and In a fw months he was en
tirely cured. Toilny he Is a hiaUhy
boy." Mrs. Inea Lewis, Baring, Maine.
Hood's Sarsaparllla cures blood dis
eases and builds up the system.
Get It todny In usual 1 Icjn 14 form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
MANAGER FARMER HAS A SPLEX
DID PROGRAM FOR XEXT SEA
SOX'S AMISEMEXT LOVERS
PLAYS ARE VARIED, AXD
SOMETHING FOR ALL.
Ray L. Farmer, manager of the
Grand Opera House, this morning
announced the bookings for his house
for the season of 1911-1912. In view
of the fact that Salem theater-goers
do not give the same patronage to
the melodrama and the plays carry
ing moral lessons, as they do to the
comedy dramas and the musical com
edies, the latter class of plays will
predominate at the local house this
season. Experience has proven be
yond a doubt that Salem pleasure
seekers nrefer the catchv mnnlp
pretty girls, knee dresses and all- the
trimmings or iacK or tnem, mat go
with the musical comedies, and that
the melodrama and the nlavs rnrrv-
lng moral sermons do. not appeal to
naiem ineater patrons.
Manager Farmer has booked a list
of the finest, shows fnr tll rnmlnn
year that have ever played on thd lo
cal boards. In fact, no metropolitan
city will have a better class of plays
nor a varied program of music song
and pretty girls than will Salem's
popular house this season. The play
lovers of this city have demonstrated
their love for the pink cheeks, blue
eyes (or brown or black If you pre
fer) and the hosiery show, and Man
ager Farmer will elve his natrons
plenty of their heart's desire this
season. A glance at the bookings for
the coming season shows the dis
criminating and wise choice made
for this year. The best shows on
the road will stop over In Salem for
one night each and no musical com
edy worthv of the name will over
look this city,.
Next week Ferrife Hartman In "The
Toyniakers," will close the summer
season at the local show house.
September 13. "Miss N'nhnrlv from
Starland" will open the Fall season,
and from that date on the numerous
attractions will follow in rapid suc
Richard Carle, the" man with the
English twang to his name, will fol
low "Miss Nobody" and then comes
"Baby Mine." "The Girl In the Tovi
vIsit to c.iom ' 7 LrnuL p j
the laughmake wfth hiy !I
ttv SrS Th. ti.i
will season the program with a touch
of the serious and then comes the
Joy of the suburbanites--"The Com
muters." Lawrence Dorsay and
Kirke Bellew with a little of the legi
timate and then the Lombard! Opera
company for the music lovers. Good
old "Checkers" with the story of the
"tout" and the race track and. then
Rex Beach's Alaskan story, "The
Barrier." The smell of the sawdust
ring in "Polly of the Circus" is on
the boards next, and then the "For
tune Hunter," "Seven Days," "Three
Twins," "The Gamblers." "The Vir
ginian," Forbes Robertson, and the
girl with the non-flexible braid
Rose Melville. The list nf nlo-ir Hrloo
v o i "11 V4
lis softened a little with "The Ros
ary," reminding one of church bells
and beads. It is said "De Purple."
coming next in line, deals with the
night life among the smart set of
New York. "Miss Flxlt" will plav
here and also the children's delight
"Mutt and Jeff." Then another
musical comedy ln "the Chocolate
Soldier." Joseph W. Galtes an Les
lie Carter with a touch of drama,
"Alma," "Excuse Me," and "The Cam
pus" also are on the board for this
season. Other shows will follow, but
they are not yet booked. No doubt
theater-goers of Salem will have
plenty of good shows this season and
the Grand Opera house is certain of
one of the best years in its history.
FOR TOUNG COUPLE
,A very pleasant surprise party was
given Monday evening bv Mrs. J. C.
Marsh, at her home, 1554 North Cot
tage Street. In hnnnr nf hpr inn onH
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
U. Marsn. Who nnvA inat rotnrnaH
from their honeymoon trip to Port
land. After the young couple had re
ceived congratulations from all pres
ent, the evening was .pleasantly spent
In playing games, while some of the
more talented guests entertained
with music, song and story. Later
In the evening light refreshments
were served, and an enjoyable even
ing was spent by all prsent Those
attending to welcome the young folks
were: Mrs. J. C. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur L. Marsh. William F. Marsh,
Dorrls Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. H. J." Marsh,
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Tober,, Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Armstrong, Mr. "and Mrs.
E. C. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. James Goode,
Mrs. Chris Paulus, Mry Efne John
son, the Misses Blanche Cornu, Liz-.
tA Koepke, Alice Inkey, Mr. Bless
Kennedy. Aubrey Crawford anil nl.
It annoys us to have our neighbors
call It luck when modest merit gets
a long deferred recognition.
rxiTKD rr.s i.iarf.d wim 1
Washington. June 21. Denouncing
false statements of the curative prop
erties of patent medicines, President
Taft today sent a message to con
gress, urging an emergency amend
ment prohibiting such declarations
on the labels of proprietary medi
cines. The message says that more
than 2,000 cases against medicine
firms making false claims as to the
Qualities and the curative powers of
their compounds have been prepared
for prosecution under the pure food
and drug law.
More than 150 of these cases, he
said, must be dismissed under a rul
ing of the supreme court of the
United States holding that under the
statute such false claims could not
be construed as misbranding.
The cases- Investigated, he said, in
volved some of the rankest frauds the
department of Justice ever had dis
covered. "An evil, menacing the general
health of the people, strikes at the
nation's life," the message says. "The
sale of dangerous drugs constitutes
such an evil."
Administrators notice of appoint
ment and for presentation of claims
of creditors against the estate of Ly
dia Eleanor Hunt, deceased.
In the county court of Marlon
county, state of Oregon. In the
matter of the estate of Lydla Eleanor
Hunt, deceased. Notice Is hereby
given that on June 5, 1911, Mary M.
Hunt was duly appointed administra
trix with the will annexed, of the es
tate of Lydla Eleanor Hunt, de
ceased and thereby authorized by
said county court to administer said
estate according to law.
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified that
they are required to present their
claims with tho proper vouchers
within six months from the date of
this notice, to the undersigned ad
ministratrix, at the office of her At
torney, W. E. Vincent, suits 14 and
15, Ladd & Bush bank building,
corner. Commercial and State streets,
in the cltV of Salem, ennntv nf Mor
ion, state of Oregon.
signed this 14th dav of June, 1911
MARY M. HUNT,
W. E. Vincent, her attorney.
Worth $100,000 n Year.
Ed. Journal: I am certainly glad
of your announcement of our Open
Forum. I have been quite a close'
observer of commprpini niiiuinn. i
Oregon for the past 10 years, and
particularly so for the past five years
and have many times -said that the
peopie or uregon could well afford
to pay $100,000 a year for the ser-
i. fjtrii, ictiriuss newspaper,
..mi wumu ieii tne trutn and shame
the devil, if necossnrv
inis Open Forum'' can go a great
Wnva in nccntnnllehtncy tv.nu
1 pumu; concern, such a course will
f on,,y be of ltimable value to
H16 peopIe at larBe. b"t should at
the same time result In great profit
to the Publication nrrdnolno- tho.
I shall watch with great interest the
nature of the communications, the
interest manifested, and the results
of the same. F. W. GAINS.
Salem, June 17.
X-RAYS AND SMILES.
The Cherry Fair this year is going
to beat them all for fair.
Brush up your bunting and polish
up your college yells, anything that
will make a dlsnlnv and clvo "mini."
to the Cherry Fair.
King George will try on his new
crown tomorrow. It is to be hoped it
will fit, for it sure cost a wad to get
him measured for (t.
That automatic flro nlnrm
everything in the way of getting
folks out of a building that can be
.thought, of. It sure wnlrpa 'om ,,n
and does about everything else except
puumg on ineir snoes and grabbing
for a skirt, rats and such Imnprti.
Three wedd'nes tndaV nnrt
one birth. Well, "time nt lust opa
all things event"
"The substance of thin
for. but never seen.' noma rna ..m
applied to hash. It also-applies to
the water supply along about 7 p. m.
out South Salem way, when irriga
tors geit busy.
The cruiser Boston reached Poort
land Sunday afternoon. She had a
full cargo of red tape and gold laced
One swallow does not make a sum
mer, nor one prisoner who betrays
confidence prove a theory wrong.
The Oregon blue jackets looked
real cuta, or rather their pictures
did, In the Oregonlan Monday morn
ing. Middle Aged and Elderly People
Use Foley Kldnev pnia tr ,,!!,
and permanent results in all cases
of kidney and bladder troubles, and
iur puiuiui ana annoying irregulari
ties. They contain hi at tho, )r,orn,u
ents necessary to regulate and
strengthen the act'on of the kidneys
and bladder. They are tonic In ac
tion, dulck In rpAiilla tw
Red Cross Pharmacy.
It Is easy enoueh tn rritirina v...f
can you nut un a better flcht than th
other fellow has? --
"A Home Away from Home"
Free Bus Meets Train
Key to a good night's rest
Owing to wrong information this
paper said the Waldj Hills Pioneer
association met Monday, but suc.l
was not the case. The regular time
set for this annual reunion at the
Hunt place will be Saturday of this
week, and the speakers will be John
H. McNary and Rev. P. S. Knight of
this city. There will be the usut.l
basket -picnic dinner at the beautiful
grove on the Hunt place, and a musi
cal and literary program and a great
many people will attend from this
part of the county.
Decisions Were Aid to Business.
UNITED l'RKSS LEASED WHIR.
New Haven, Conn., June 21. En
dorsing the decisions of the supreme
court in the oil and tobacco trust
cases, President William Howard
Taft today made an address at the
Yale alumni dinner.
"I believe the decisions have bene
fited business and laid down a dis
tinction which It is not difficult for
any honest business man to follow. '
The Btatute, the president said, ap
plies.to conspiracies and restraint of
trade where the Intent Is to monopo
lize and exclude competition and
control prices but where there is no
such conscious result the statute doss
not object to organization."
nOPES TO KNOCK OUT
Judge Slater, who is examining in
to the validity nf the roforonIi.vi,
, , - , ' -' v" i'w-
titions tiled against tho appropria-
tipns made by the last legislature for
ine university ot Oregon appeared
Before the board of regeiits vesterdnv
.. ..., unIU , ,u6cinn yettieruay
" auBuue, ana aavisea it or the pro -
GTPSR llP In mflVlniT n.Uk HnlJ -
c , v. . ..jv H l pi U-
press he is maklne with relnHnn tn
While his statement to the board I commonwealth of Oregon, with his
is being kept secret It is understood ! official coat off, applying the state
that he advised the members that he so-np to thea1ate's windows with an
had found many fraudulent signa- offic'al rag and vigorously trvlne.
tures, and stated that he hoped to i 1'ke a Democrat to "rub it. in." with
have the petitions declared Invalid, j all the muscular force of the most
1 he members are understood to be nowerful man in the state in state af
pleased with the report and the ex-, fairs, barring "Os." He washed the
uuiiimuon will Be cont nnpil mn
vigorously than ever.
TEY SCHOOL DISTRICTS
AT ELMIRA UNITE
Eugene, June 21. At their an
nual meeting held Monday 20 school
districts adjoining Elmlra voted to
combine into a rural high school dis
trict, under the new atotp ion, tv,.
vote was overwhelmingly In favor of
the plan, and contracts will be let at
once for a building, that school work
may be begim ln the fall.
.The Irving school district voted to
erect dur'ng the summer a two-story
building, half of which will be used
for grade work, and the other half
I"1" a, hgh school. Several other
districts will probably unite later
Great Ribbon Sale!
You will be surprised,
wide fancy ribbons; heavy
at ... :..
Don't miss them
Middy Waists, $1,25 values
$3,00 China Silk Waists
Millinery at Little Prices
See the newest creations in Trimmed Hats, at little
prices. 4 See the big display of fine flowers, assorted, at
little pricesassortments at
75c, 5flc, 35c, 25c, 15c - and . 10c
- . '
t 240 and 246 Comrrtercial Street, "
The Salem Automobile club met
this forenoon and perfected its or
ganization! by the election of A p
Hofer secretary at a salary of 1150
per year. The club decided to visit
the Lebanon strawberry festival on
Friday, as that is good roads day at
that city, and the primary purpose
of the automobile club is to boost
good roads. Incidentally tlipy will
do a lot of hollering for the Salem
Cherry Fair. Al Icars will go via Tur
ner, Marlon and Green's bridge, and
the leading cars will scatter confetti
at the cross roads. Ex-Mayor Rodg.
erg will head the: motorcar proces
sion, and speak fcr the organizat'on
SECRETARY OF STATE.
(Continued from page one.)
a pla'n citizen with a liking for
cleanliness. He requested the jani
tors to tackle the window again. This
was done, but the results were still
unsatisfactory. Did lien get mad?
Nit! Did the secretary of .state get
angry Nary! Did either 'of these
gentleman order the window washed
the third time?
Not on your spring zits!
Ben and the secretary talked It
over, and each suggested to the oth
er that the jaudtors were from Mis
souri. Then Ben told the janitors that
the secrertarv would mpp them nt
that certain window at a stat.vl time
t. ..,t,i,w at, a nuit'-u tunc,
and he told the secretary to go down
and show them how to clean a win
dow. him is wny ine esineuc visiuirs
1 from the far East, if there had Imp
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When he got through that win-low
snona line a good deed properiv ad
vertised or a Carnegie library gift, or
a Democratic promise kept, or what
you please If you are an adept at
Ben didn't chew the rag, he used
It, and used It well. That Is why
the horse editor suggests the use of
hla picture in this connection, as that
of one state officer who travels over
a path peculiarly his own and
The dull sickle costs more than the
pr'ce of a new one, every day it runs.
The cannon fire-cracker Is often
the preliminary to an Impressive
funeral service. ,
Welerht In hnrsa mnlrpg the
lighter and the sale-check larger.
We have placed on display, t
silk values up to 65c yard I
25c a yd
or you will be sorry.
... 75c each