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THE MORNING OKKGOyiAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL- 12, "190.
IS LI WOLF
President Seizes its
Jaws With Hands.
A GREAT COWBOY FEAT
He Follpvs This By Skying
franchise tax case, "which has-been pend
ing before the various, courts of the state
and Nation since the law was enacted
six years ago. While the papers in the
case mention only -a few large Now York
City corpora tiona whjch have taken up
the matter, every corporation In the state,
large or small Is interested In the ra
.siilt. If the decision of tjie Court of Ap
peals of this state is austainod, the vari
ous corporations will In the aggregate
have to pay over to the tax collectors in
various counties more than $55,000,000.
. The law was enacted. In 1899 upon the
special recommendation of the then Gov
ernor Roosevelt. Its constitutionality haa
been a matter of litigation ever sinee, and
it has been upheld by all the courts of
FISCAL POLICY IS DEFINE!).
GREAT SPORT IN. OKLAHOMA
Stay May Be Prolonged Tjll, Saturday !
Banquet - at- FredericK Pro
posed His Tnirj to
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., April 11.
President Koosovelt featured the sec
ond day of his hunt In the big pasture
by capturing alive a full-grown and
combative coyote without a scratch.
The prairie wolf had been overtaken
and "downed" by the dogs and, while
tne animal "was fighting rhem, the
President slipped from Ills horse and
caught the woK by Its Jaws, render
ing it helpless.
This feat, which is accomplished by
but few plainsmen and cowboys,
brought forth a round of applause from
those who witnessed it. The guide,
John Abernathy, who is noted as the
champion wolf-catcher of the South
west, captured the first wolf on Monday
in tnis manner, and at that time the
President anounccd his intention of
imitating the feat. Seven other wolves
were caught during the day, all being
taken by the usual method of allowing
the dogs to finish the animals.
Another Incident of the day was the
capture of a live rattlesnake by a deaf
and dumb Indian. A Mexican employe
refused to stay in the tent in which
the rattler was deposited and for his
timidity his face was rubbed with
grease from a polecat. This is an old
form of punishment among the cow
boys and is harmless.
It is reported frorii points contigu
ous to t?ie pasture reserve that the
President is so greatly pleased with the
sport and outing which he is enjoying
that he may prolong his stay until Sat
urday. It cannot be learned here
whether he has fully decided upon
changing his programme, but in case
he remains In the reserve he will likely
leave in time Saturdaj to arrive at his
Colorado hunting-ground Monday. A
report from Frederick states that a
lignt rain has fallen, but will not in
terfere In any way with the hunt. The
President is quoted as saying that he
expects tomorrow nviil.be the most In
teresting day of the wolf chase.
The pasture reserve, where the hunt
is in progress, is a tract of 480,000
ncres reserved from settlement when
the Kiowa-Comanche country was
opened. It is all under fence, and is be
ng leased to cattlemen.
YOUNG TED A FLIRT
President's Eldest Son in Dis
grace at School.
HAS f TO STAND" IN CORNER
Balfour Cabinet Tells What Colonial
Conference Would Do.
LONDON, April 11. In the House of
Lords today -the proposition to hold a
Colonial fiscal conference in 1S06 was
longthily discussed on the motion of Lord'
Balfour of Burleigh, Conservative, ask
ing the government to explain candidly
the position under which the colonies
would be summoned: what colonies would
be represented" and how far the decisions
would be held binding upon the govern
ment and the United Kingdom.
Lord Balfour of Burleigh said the whole
question was vital. He accused Premier
Balfour of lack of candor, and said the
constituencies, before they were appealed
to for sanction to hold the conference,
should have the fullest Information. He
added that the whole fiscal controversy
had been pushed and maneuvered by
those favoring the preferential taxation of
food. Before beginning to negotiate
with the colonies the approyal of the
country should firet be secured.
The Duke of Marlborough, Under Sec
retary for the Colonies, In behalf of the
government, opposed the motion. He said
the Premier had already plainly outlined
the policy of the government in this 'mat
ter and If the government remained in
office or was returned by a general elec
tion prior to 190G, a colonial conference
would be called and It would be attended
by the representatives of the self-governing
colonies and India. He could not
say if the crown colonies would bo rep
resented. No decision of the conference
would be held binding until approved by
the people of the United Kingdom at a
general election and by the Parliaments
of the colonics represented.
The discussion continued throughout
the night session. The motion was linal
ly negatived without division.
Lord Lansdowne, who wound up the
debate for the government, said the con
ference would serve the useful purpose
of discussing plans of mutual benefit for
both sides. He knew perfectly w.ell there
were certain limitations beyond which a
conference could not go. The colonies
never would agree to change their fiscal
systems, which change would wipe out
industries upon which they had. expended
their energy, while the United Kingdom
would not be likely to listen to any
changes which proposed Increasing the
price of food or raw material. The dele
gates to the conference would be in
formed that they were not authorised to
discuss, any proposals involving protec
tion. Lord Goschen said the explanation was
satisfactory and the matter was no
longer urgent. Apparently the confer
ence could decide nothing, and the coun
try would be really free for years to
come from discussing the fiscal question.
KAISER ARRIVED AT CORFU.
Caught Flirting With Girl Students,
He Is Punished, With Two Oth
ers, by Stern Principal, Who
Makes Girl Confess.
ROANOKE, Va., April 1L (Special.)
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., son of President
Roosevelt, was one of a party of lads
who stood for 30 minutes with thoir faces
in the corner while the rest of the com
pany enjoyed the. dance at one of the
hospitable Virginia homes at Abingdon,
where he had been visiting for the last
week. Teddy's companions wore the sons
of Douglas Robinson, of New York City,
and Dan 'Trigg, Jr., of Abingdon.
This humiliation of the youngsters was
the penalty for flirting with schoolgirls
at the Stonewall Jackson Institute, in
that city, and was imposed by Miss Kate
Hunt, principal of that institution. The
young lads were taking a stroll around
the grounds of the school on Sunday af
ternoon when at a distance out on the
campus they met a party of the pretty
students, and young Trigg proceeded to
Introduce his friends.
As it happened, one of the faculty saw
tho occurrence, and the young gallants
were forced to move on. The girls were
called before the faculty, and one said:
"I declare I did not say a word except
'Please pass on; you'll get us into trou
blo " but finally one ploaded guilty and
said she couldn't resist the temptation to
have a little fun, and she was confined to
her room for a week.
WILL MAKE SUGAR IN IDAHO
Big Company Forming in Salt Lake
to Build Factories.
SALT LAKE CITY, April 11. A new
sugar company is to be formed in this
city for the purpose of establishing sugar
factories In Western Idaho, according to
the Deserct News. The new. company will
be incorporated about July 1, and it I?
stated that stock amounting to $1,500,000
already has been subscribed. One factory
will be located near Payette and another
near Boise. Both will be in operation In
1906. The new company will be called the
"Western Idaho Sugar Company. Local
men arc the promoters and chief stockholders.
DOZEN WOLVES ARE CAUGHT
President Kills a Six"-Foot Rattler
Will Prolong the Hunt.
FREDERICK. Okla.. April 11. The
President says he is enjoying his hunt in
tho big pasture more than any other sin
gle event in -his life, and that he would
not miss it for $10,000. Yesterday he wit
nessed the capture of four wolves, three
of which were taken in by the pack of
trained dogs and the fourth was captured
alive by J. R. Abenathy. the famous
wolf-hunter. At sight of this performance
he promised to duplicate the feat. None
of the party doubted his courage, but to
day, after a red hot chase, he sprang from
hie horse and leaped upon the struggling
oolf which was beset by the dogs, and
ihf crowd cheered him lustily.
I'p to date 12 wolves have been caught.
These are all carefully weighed. The
President will use this data in writing an
article for a magaslne. The President Is
more than pleased at the manner in which
the people of this community aro giving
him a "square deal" by remaining away
from the pasture. He says he may remain
hrre until Saturday, as he appreciates the
fairness of the Weptern people.
The President is "almost constantly in
t?. lead of the borsemen, as he Is fur
nished the fastest liorses In the country.
Once today he ran upon a six-foot rattler,
which leaped at him four times. He
kiiled this with his lS-ilich quirt.
In case the President leaves here before
Saturday, he says- that tomorrow will be
thf most strenuous day of his life.
Bx-Delogate Daniel S. Flynn and Gover
rr.r Ferguson will arrive here Wednesday,
and expect to sec him next day. A ban
quet will be t tendered those gentlemen,
and a number of Lawton people have been
invited here for the occasion.
SPECIAL TRAIN TO MOUNTAINS
Precautions for President's Safety on
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., April 1L
President Roosevelt's special train is
scheduled to start from this city on Its
run Into the Rocky Mountains over the
Colorado Midland Railroad at 9:30 o'clock
IYlday night. Owing to heavy snows In
the vicinity of Red Stone, the destination
has been changed to Newcastle, 12 miles
West of Glenw"ood, from which point the
party will start for canu.
In the pilot train, which will be run
live minutes ahead of the special, will
be General Superintendent J. C. Vlning's
private car. No. 99, and an accommoda
tion co3ch for newspapor correspondents.
In Mr. Yining's car will be Mr. VIning,
W. J. Slacks, superintendent of machin
ery; C H. Speers, general passenger
agent, and F. H. Emmons, advertising
Attached to the President's train will
be the private car of General Manager
G. W. Vallcry. of the Midland, In which
will be Mr. Vnliery and Traffic Manager
H. C. Bush. One of the biggest engines
on the Midland will pull the special. By
Hpecial request tho President's car will
be at iho end of the train.
No attempt will be made at fast time,
but the sneclnl will have right of way
ocr the road. Kcry train to be passed
will be sidetracked at least 50 minutes
before the special Is due.
British and German Warships Salute,
King Gives Banquet.
CORFU. Greece. April 11. The German
imperial yacht Hohenzollern, with Em
peror William on board, arrived here to
day. The British squadron now in these
waters dressed and manned ship, and the
usual salutes were exchanged. The King
of Greece started out at 6 o'clock in the
morning: on the royal yacht Amphltrite
to meet the Emperor, but took the wrong
direction and missed the Hohenzollern.
Torpedo-boats were dispatched to apprise
King George of Emperor William's arrival
The. Emperor landed at 6 o'clock this
of the British and German warships in j f
the harbor, and was areoted bv Kins:
George, who introduced local officials.
conveying an address of welcome. A
state banquet and fireworks display were
held this evening.
Emperor William conferred on King
Georgo a German Admlralship.
Dweller in Hut Leaves Fortune.
COFFEYV1LLE, Kan., April 11. Mrs.
Adeline Spears, wife of a day laborer,
died here today in a two-room hut in
which she lived with her husband. Just
before death she called for a lawyer
and made a will leaving to her hus
band $40,000, which she declared she
had on deposit in a bank at Oakland
MADRID WORKMEN FURIOUS.
Riot Grows Out of Indignation at
PARIS, April 11. Dispatches received )
here through official channels show that
the rioting on the Calle San Bernado, Ma
drid, yesterday, between workmen and (
police, was much more serious than was
at first reported. Troops were sent to
jujsjm. iiic; puuuu iJ.UU L11V SUIU1C1S 111CU I t
on the mob. woundincr 15 men- The riot- 1
ers stoned windows and otherwise did
much damage. The affair grew out of
the excitement among the working
classes following loss of life due to the
collapse of the reservoir. Saturday. The
feeling has Increased until the populace
now Is showing a mon&cing attitude
against the government. The latter has
decided not to declare a state of siege. !
but the authorities have taken urgent '
measures to suppress any attempted re- i
hewal of the disorders.
Russo-French "Commercial Treaty.
PARIS. April 11. M.. Rouvier, president
of the Council and Minister of Finance,
has appointed the French delegates for
the preliminary negotiations which are
about to begin hore witn a view to a t
Russo-French commercial arrangement.
Storm Drives Royalty to Port.
PORT MAHON. Island of Minorca,
April U. King Edward and Queen Alex
andra, who sailed . today on board the
royal yacht Victoria and Albert for
Palma. Island of Majorca, were compelled
to return, owing to bad weather.
Arbitrate Fishermen's Claims.
PARIS, April 12. The arbitration
committee appointed to determine the
Indemnities payable to the French fish
ermen for abandoning their rights
along the treaty shore of Newfound
land meets hore May 3.
New Governor of Bank of England.
LONDON. April 11. Alexander Fal
coner Wallace. , deputy governor of the
Bank of England, today was elected gov
ernor of that Institution for the ensuing
year, sjuccedlng Samuel Hope Morley.
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Franchise Tax Up on Appeal.
ALBANY, N. Y., April. ll.-rAttorney- j
General Mayer will go to Washington to- J
ntht or tomorrow to appear for the state ,
fp'oie thf United States Supreme Court!
tor the final argument of the corporatloa
vis there anything better than
trade between friends?
Schilling's Best makes
friends and trade.
Yoar grocer's; monevback.
Tuff s Pills
better than cure. Tutt's ILiver
Pills will not only cure, but if
taken in time will prevent
dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria,
constipation, jaundice, torpid
liver and kindred diseases.
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
the Pacific Coast
EMBROIDERY LESSONS GIVEN FREE IN THE ART SHOP-SECOND FLOOR ANNEX.
DELICIOUS "OHOCOLAT MENIER" SERVED FREE TO ALL VISITORS on Third Floor
Annex. Special demonstration of making and serving by Miss Eno for a few days only. Every
visitor at the store is cordially invited to enjoy a cup of this delicious beverage FREE.
ITT W I I IMfOI IV replied, when once asked how long a man's legs ought to be:
II W -J L-1 4 1 VVJl-.l 1 'Long enough to reach to the ground." That's the rule with this
store it has no use for a man "whose legs don't reach the ground." There's no opening at this store
for the idler, the leaner, the coward, the wobbler, the ignorant, the weakling, the smatterer, the indiffer
ent, the unprepared', the educated fool, the impractical theorist, those who watch the clock, the slipshod
or the careless. This organization is made up of workers who are expert and skilled in their respective
lines who wait not for values to come to them, but go out and bring them in for distribution among
our patrons. The values told of below selected from an Eastern store brimming over with as good
or better, every one bearing the stamp of quality and style, are the result of active work done by the
most expert corps of buyers on the Coast.
Always on "hand a full line of Fleisher's Knit
ting, Germantown, Zephyr, Saxony, Shetland
Floss, Shetland Zephyr and Spanish Worsted.
Art Shop Annex, Second Floor.
SCHOOL OF DOMESTIC SCIENCE.
Under tbc Auspices of Portland's Y. W. C. A.
' TODAY'S MENU.
Tea Coffee Chocolate
Milk: in Bottles.
Chicken a la Marengo, with Rice Croquettes
Poached Eggs on Anchovy Toast.
Chives Omelet Tongue Sandwich
Bqston Brown Bread Hot Rusks
Stirring Values in the
Dress Goods Salons and
Por Pre-Easter Buyers
South Annex First Floor.
This week we have placed on special sale- our en
tire stock of Silk and "Wool Crepe de Paris and
Imported Novelty Mohairs the two most-wanted
fabrics shown this season for dressy gowns. No
fabric makes a prettier costume than Silk-Warp
Crepe de Paris, and for the jaunty, serviceable
shirtwaist or tailored suits Mohairs lead for light
ness in weight and durability.
SILK WARP CREPE DE "PARIS.
All Evening and Street Shades.
Our regular $1.00 value; specially priced, yd. 77
Our regular $1.25 value; specially priced, yd. 89&
Our regular $1.50 value; specially priced $1.16
Our regular $1.75 value; specially priced SI. 29
Our regular $2.00 value; specially priced $1.56
Our regular $2.25 value: specially priced $1.78
Our regular $2.50 value; specially priced $1.9S
IMPORTED ENGLISH FANCY MOHAIRS.
In Brilliantine and Sicilian Weaves.
Our regular $1.00 value; specially priced, yd. 69
Our regular $2.15 value; specially priced, yd. 89J
Our regular $1.50 value; specially priced, yd. 98
Our regular $1.75 value; specialty priced S1.23
Our regular $2.00 value; specially priced $1.49
(These Mohairs are shown in all colors and
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
Regular $1.25 values, English Brilliantine, English
Sicilians, English Panama, French Panama
Voile, Fancy Voiles, Cheviots, Serges, Wool
Crepe, Silk and Wool Crepe de Paris; specially
priced, tho yard 87
SILK SPECIALS FOR BALANCE OF WEEK.
$2.00, $1.75 and $1.50 regular values iu Novelty
Suit Silks, selected from the best French and
American manufacturers, every yard 1905 's
newest designs and color combinations the
best values ever offered in Portland at the regu
lar price, speciallv priced, per yard. .. .$1.19
2S00 yards All Pure Silk Black 20-inch Peau de
Soie, very heavy grade and with Beautiful rich
luster, splendid 85c value; specially priced, the
The One Correct Corset
Royal Worcester Corset
Salons Second Floor.
Whether you are ham or easy
of fitting or suiting, if your
figure requires special care
in being fitted to a corset,
this is tho one corset shop
you should come to. Our
expert eorseticres will take
the utmost pains to secThat
you get the RIGHT COR
SET. Our new, well-lighted
Corset Salons and fitting
rooms enable one to try on
h corset and study its effect
with as much seclusion and
comfort as you could have
m your own home. ROYAL WORCESTER
CORSETS are made especially for us by
America's leading factory makers that dupli
cate the grace of the best French Corsets for
the figure of the American woman. There's no
other corset mode that equals it in contour or
style. If we fit you your dressmaker will not
complain that 'your corset is at fault when she
moulds 3'our new Easter gown to your figure.
Models, to suit the demands of the new season,
are ready. Higher busts, waists more tapering.
Corsets, too, that follow the most approved
hygienic lines in their mold. A new shipment
just in that includes the latest "Bon-Tons" and
"Sapphires" in English imported coutillc.
Italiau cloth and faney "silks. Remember, Royal
Worcesters range in price from 50 to $20
Result of I. C. School vote at 5 P. M. yesterday.
Reginald Carter, Bell Boy, the Norton 164,993
Arthur Taylor, M. & A. Shogran 162,210
Mae Hughes, Knight Shoe Company 110,807
Guy De Pue, Portland Delivery Company. . 30,105
Arthur Lindborg, Lindborg Grocery....... 6,238
P. H. Battin, Wadhams & Kerr Bros 4,220
Exceptional Easter Values
"Fair-Way" Shoe Stores
First Floor West
Men's 3.50 Shoes
2.39 One large
lot of men's shoes
in box calf, vici
kid and patent
colt; made by the
Packard Shoe -Co.,
splendid shoes and
our regular price
for them is $3.50,
and they are sold
elsewhere at that
price; special for
3 days only at, the
Men's ?4.00 Tan Shoes 3.39 Men's Tan Russian
Calf Shoes, in blucher ball and Blucher Oxfords,
in the newest designs; regular $4.00 value, spe
cial for three days only at, pair $3.39
2.50 and 2.75 Slippers for $1.69 These slippers
are not cheap, but are all high-grade goods,
that have never been put on special sale before ;
they come in a light tan snake skin, also choco
late snake skin, in opera style; the regular
prices are $2.50 and $2.75, special price for
three days only at, the pair $1.69
Men's 2.50 Slippers 1.49 Men's black monkey
. skin slippers; our regular $2.50 value, special
price for three days onty, the pair $1.49
We carry "Flbrsheim's" celebrated shoes for
men, and have just received all their latest styles.
Tan patent kid will be much-worn this season.
We have shoes of this leather in both low and high
cuts, at popular prices.
IMMENSE BARGAINS IN CHILDREN'S
An experienced, saleswoman iu charge of our
Children's Shoe Department; one who will take
the greatest care in fitting properly the feet of our
boy and girl patrons.
Children's 1.50 Shoes 89c 53 pairs of children 's
best vici kid button shoes with patent tip, wedge
heel, all down-to-date styles, sizes TVi aud S,
widths D aud E; our regular $1.50 value, special
sale price, the pair 89
Children's 2.25 Shoes 1.5972 pairs of chil
dren's patent colt skin lace shoes with matt
tops, spring heels, in all sizes from S to 11, in
wide lasts, the "Pingrec" shoes, and our regu
lar $2.25 value; special sale price, pair $1.59
Children's 2.25 Shoes 1.4996 pairs of Pingree
tuade shoes, made of plump weight vici kid,
spring heels, lace style; our $2.25 value: special
sale price, the pair $1.49
STIRRING REDUCTIONS ON MEN'S
All high-grade goods; Tegular prices $2.50, $2.75
"and $3.00, reduced from 75c to $1.00 the pair.
That Sensational Sale of
LINEN AISLES First Floor.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT FOLK AS WELL
AS HOUSEKEEPERS ARE FLOCKING
TO THE SALE.
We don't want to scaie anyone by crying
"Wolf" and saying that if you don't come to
day, or tomorrow there'll be none left, but reall',
if the throngs continue buying today as they did
yesterday, there'll be few left for late comers to
this feast of value. However, we feel sure of be
ing able to supply Wednesday and Thursday
patrons at the special advertised prices. No de
tails just Richardson's famous Irish Linen Nap
kins, full bleached and warranted best wearing
qualities. While they last, you may select
$1.50 values, special, the dozen $1.08
$1.75 values, special, the dozen $1.20
$2.00 values, special, the dozen $1.42
$2.25 values, special, the dozen $1.62
$2.50 values, special, the dozen $1.83
The Olds, Wortman & King
Easter Millinery Beauty
The charming "Bijou"
Millinery Salons in the
light and airy Second Floor
Annex is fairly flooded
these days with beauty that
radiates from a thousand
centers bewitchingly beau
tiful Easter hats, for wear
of particular and dressy
women who demand the
correct in style and becom
ing in contour. Here is mil
linery planned to evoke the
admiration of every woman
who visits the salons devot
ed ' to its showing. Millinery that reflects the
brightness of Spring millinery that excels in
beauty and exclusiveness all other exhibitions on
the Western Slope. Lavish productions display
ing a daring daintiness distinctively this style
store's. Inimitable creations conjured by deft
and nimble fingers to fit the fashions of the day,
surpassing in regal magnificence tho splendor of
the French wrought creations from over the sea.
NEW CONNOLLY TURBANS.
Arc among the later arrivals positively exclu
sive styles, but one hat of a kind in the stu
pendous assortment. None copied or dupli
cated; 50 new Dress Hats at special values to
day and Thursday $8, $10 and $12
A Successful Sale of
AT 6 P. M. Second Floor, Grand
As our patrons are well aware,
the success of our great Suit Sales
lies in the fact that values are.
uuder than overstated in the story
of the sales, and bargains are even
greater than they're told. Hun
dreds thronged our mammoth Suit
and Wrap Stores yesterday and a
large share of the visitors came for
a choosing of the handsome shirt
waist suits advertised yesterday at
special sale. The natural sequence
was many of the beautiful concep
tions, stamped with the touch of
correctness, went to new owners.
We've brought the balance from
the receiving rooms and place them
on sale this morning to close the
lot. Enough to last until closing
time tonight none after, except at
Today Only $ 1 5.50
Suits for $ 1 3.55
Timely offering indeed, and the
suits are the prettiest and snap
piest styles shown this season, all
made up in exquisite workman
ship, attractively trimmed won
derful values the best $1S.50
and $20.00 Shirtwaist Suits iu
town. Materials include mohairs,
otamines and fancy Panama
cloths in a color line embracing
blacks, navys, 'browns and mix
tures in brown and blue, effects.
Every suit in very latest style:
skirts in the newest plaited
effects, trimmings of fancy but
tons and stitching effects. One
must see the suits to appreciate
the full meaning of today's sen
sational offering of suits that
every woman needs for present
and Summer wear. Not a value
under $18.50 and more at $20.00.
Just enough for today's selling
April a Month of
GRAND SALONS Second Floor.
Jupiter Pluvius has treated us a
little stingily thus far this month,
but wc feel sure he will not long
withhold his refreshing favors and
then you'll need a Raincoat. April
is pretty sure to provide the sort
of weather that's flirty and unre
liable. You start out never knowing
what the weather will be before
you get home from shopping or
pleasuring. A light weight and
smartly tailored raincoat not only
gives one the satisfaction of know
ing that it will keep you dry if
April takes it into her head to
weep raindrops, but is almost worth
its weight in gold as a trim and
dressy protection to the Summer
gowns. Indispensable for travel
ing. Every woman needs, one before
her Easter or Spring wardrobe can
be complete. A special showing of
the newest effects and latest ideas
in stylish, dressy raincoats, new
arrivals, is on in the big Second
Floor Apparel Salons. The price
range is wide splendid choosing
$12.50 to $75. OO -Sec Fifth
Street Window Showing.