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V THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, SUNDAY; MORNING, JUNE 8, 1007.
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i Hill LHIL
LIFE LONG REPUBLICAN . ;
VOTES FOR HARRY LANE
was not heard toVtter one word of protest, or known to do one
act in opposition against those evils, v In all those years of his
public employment when the city's franchises were given away,
nrl the interests were seekinc favors. Mr. Devlin has not once
lifted his voice against them. Can you expect for the future any jfajoilty of Union Men De
ditierent rrretnoas or conaueir 1 , ' ,
This is why these three classes are for Mr. Devlin and against
Dr. iMyyv--f - - : W ,'? 4&:r-:"V
1. The buzzards ot society, wno mien upon vice anq corrup-
tion'and make smooth for the feet of the young the downward
path to hell.; ' ,' ; r; '.'' --".V ' ,' ., ''
i &. Ine macnine politicians, wno aegraac pontics, inc notnc
: art of government, into a trough for their unclean feastings. : ..
3. Those who would be enriched from the franchises which
i the public has given, them, and who would levy tribute upon the
1 rrtmmrtn wealth. ' v
x .. . . . . wmi ago uevuns managers coumea
i Is is the old, old fight the plain people on one side and those confidently ' on an aimoat solid labor
i who make gain from, them on tne otner.
'Will Not Take Any (dances on a Man's Promises to Do
the Square Thing: "When He Has the JRakings. ot!
.HelllWorking and Supporting: Him at Polls."
clare for Mayor. Because of
Corporation Affiliations of
Republican Candidate and
Huge Campaign Sack.
A. lerge majority of the onion labor
rota will bo out for Lane. Three
weeks sgo Devlin's managers counted
WITH WHOM ARE YOU?
Portland. Or.. Mar II. l0T,r.
Harry Lane. City, Honorad Sir: Tour
printed matter came duly to. band this
evenine. in rea , nrinc are tne worm.
"With Whom -Are Xour ' t' m with
Lane, ' thank God, as all honest,, honor
able and. law abiding cltlsens hould
be. I am and have been a Ufa Ion Re
publican, but J cannot, will not, nor
ahall not vote Innocent atria and boy a
Into the bottomleea pit of hell.- Mr.
Devlin claims In hla printed pamphlet
that ha will do the aquare thing. Bui
I for one am not going to . take any
chance on a man's promlaea that nas
the Takings of bell working for and.
(Continued from Pare One.)
s be speaking on "What X Know of People
? Hade Yeaomoaa Attack. '
! The speaker declared that Governor
I Chamberlain, Mayor Lane, former Oor
' ernor Pennoyer and a multitude ot otb
' era had all been elected by the riff-raff.
i skura and eca vent era of the north ana.
" He welcomed the many 8wedlsh-Amer-
lean cltlsens of Portland into 'Devlin'
, camp, then launched Into a bitter de-
nunclaUon of the PorUand polloe force.
t Thla waa the only unfavorable thine he
found with Mayor Lane's administra
i ' tion. ... ' r ' ' -
,. Whan half through with thla portion
i of hla address, a voice in the audience
. exclaimed: Tour. five minutes are up.
give someone else .a fchance. , The re
mark avidenUy frustrated Mr. MacMa-
bon. for be concluded aa followa:
1 beaeech you, fellow cltiaena, to go
to the poila next Monday morning ana
vote for Mr. Devlin."
aVnf Waa Applaadad.
; Mra. Fred Oleaon aaag "Ooodbya,
' Goodbye." and it elicited a thunderoua
. applauae. Two men and one boy who
aat In the gallery continued their appro
j elation, were joined by the reat of the
.. good-natured crowd and an encore (waa
reaponded to. t ' -
; , Wallace McCamant next took up the
' battle-cry for Mr. Devlin. : Ha began
- where Mr. idacMahon left off on the
Dolice force, and left Chief Grltamach
er and the entire force of detectlvea and
patrolmen banging in trembling ahreda
:, on a clothesline of atinging eloquence.
. Otherwise Mayor Lane's administra
tion autted him; at least, he bad noth
ing to aay of any possible ahortcom
inga In the conduct of city affaire,
j He characterised the work of the
: I preaent police force aa the "moat co-
loaaal failure in the administration of
Justice In the history of the city." Mr.
i McCamant'a addreaa after that waa a
discourse on polltica during ante-
bellum daya and tha great battlea of
the civil war.? He thought W, i. Bryan
had a better chance of being elected
In 1901 than at any prevloua time, but
r believed him to be a dangerous man to
the welfare of the country.
Concluding.-Mr. McCamant aald that
It Is Impossible to divorce municipal
polltica and national polltica. He laid
particular atreaa upon party loyalty
and declared that men of honor would
vote for party candidates -only. Thla
waa the particular, alncere and binding
obllratlon which be forced home to
; every voter. : ' -
The next apeaker for the Republican
.candidate, waa a Democrat Lafe Pence.
One . Demooratla Speaker.
Mr. Pence apologised for being pres
ent. , He said himself he baa tola tne
onea who invited him that ha thought
it an Impolitic and unwiae thing to dd,
' However, be did not urr Mr. McCam
ant'a vlewa on party loyalty and atated
' plainly that he was going to vote for
Mr. Devlin because the latter ravorea
,. municlDal docks. 1 Thla waa hla eolo
. point for breaking bia party loyalty and
votlnr . for the Republican candidate.
Portland had nasaed through a remark-
: able two yeara. be said, and character
. lzed the period .aa one of "Vim, vigor
' and Tlrtue." He waa Introduced aa the
"ailver-tongued orator from Colorado,"
, complimented Dr. Lana on hla atrong
' personality, but In view of the fact that
he believed Air. jjevnn wa iw
informed man on municipal dock propo
itinna. he had. concluded to : vote for
After several enlivening aelectlona by
tha quartet of ladlea, Judge Northrup
introduced Mr, Devlin, who waa accord
ed a hearty applauae by those who
.mm in. resDonae to .the requeat and
! rrMlnl him.
' , Mr. DevUn, after a brief introductory
addreaa, opened hla typewritten apeecn
by declaring that every one knew Dr.
Lane-had seoured hla nomination' by
shrewd political management Ha aald
It waa not necessary to take up tha time
of tha audience by atatlng hla vlewa on
streets and street e improvements, the
extent of the public debt and other
queatlona, but he deplored the fact that
It waa proposed to Increase that debt
by voting amendments and bond iaauea
for tne improvement tr tha city. .
. He denied that ba waa In league with
those peraona who harbored vice. The
Imputation that bo waa a candidate of
tha Interests, that his campaign fund
waa oomlng from those sources inimical
trt tha clty8 welfare he answered by the
oft-repeated question: "Do you think
they are helping me to any great ex-
tentr . .
It waa expected that Mr. Devlin would
state clearly the source of hla oampalgn
fund, the place from whence came the
money with which be waa carrying on
hla political efforta largely In evidence
last evening In tha employment of many
automoDilea to carry, persons and urge
othera to attend tha rally at the Ar
mory. But . he remained allent upon
EST ACADA f FREE
sue Statement Denying
(Continued iroro Page One.)
INVITATION TO :
! MUSIC LOVERS
Complimentary Pianola Recital to
Be Given by Eilers Piano House
Friday Evening Last of the
Miss Kathleen Lawler, Soprano,
- and Mr. J." W. Belcher, Tenor,
;; as Soloists Concluding Con-
cert Will See Crowded House
Those who were present at the second
Pianola Recital, given Friday evening
last, by Eilers Piano House, In their
large hall, were entertained with a
splendid program and all were en thus
tlastio in their praise of tbla wonderful
player. " Mrs. May Dearborn Schwab
waa In aplendld voice and appeared as
' the soloist of the evening. These con
certs are given not only as a popular
acknowledgment or the liberal patron
age enjoyed by thla progressive musical
establishment, but also aa a meana of
better acquainting muslo lovera In gen
eral with the mission of the Pianola In
Its work of educational effort in the
making of high claaa music more eas
ily acceaaibla to all those who enjoy it,
who lack tha technical ability, to pro
duce It. in tha ordinary way.
; The third and last recital to be given
this sason will occur Friday evening
next, tha soloists for the occasion be
ing Mbis Kathleen Lawler, soprano, and
Mr. J. W. Belcher, tenor. Compliment
ary reserved tickete may be had by
rimb at Kllera Pisno Hlae. any day
Uiia aeek prevloua to the concert.
Governor Chamberlain, the principal
apeaker of the evening, followed Mr.
Smith. When he took hla place upon
the platform before tha people ba waa
given a rousing reception. In his usual
happy manner he put the audience In
even a. better humor by a huraoroua
story or two and then began to dig
deep into tha subject at hand. ' -
The governor spoke In glowing terms
of the Interest that haa been taken 'dur
ing the entire campaign by the women
of Portland in the aucceaa of Mayor
Lane. He aald that it waa fit and
proper . that . tha women of tha city
should be interested In a campaign
which touched so close to the home and
the aafety of the children of tha city.
Tr. Harry - Lana. ia not man who
promlaea only; ha performs."
Tr. Lane la a man who Dlacea the
interesta of the people above thoae of
party or.;, creed or anything else.
Dr, Lana haa stood for a better moral
condition of the city of Portland," con
tinued Governor Chamberlain. . "You re
member a time a few yeara ago when
it was not safe for a woman to walk
tha afreets after dark. . These condi
tions are different now. It la aafe for
women. It haa coma to ba a home town,
a moral city, and much of thla la due
to tha tireless and often unsupported
efforta of .Mayor Harry Lane.
Improved Moral Tone. -
"One of tha f lrat things a prospective
investor aaki wheq he comes to a city
Is, 'What are tha moral conditions of
thla townT How many churchea have
you here, how many, achoolsT' These
are the thinga that tha mayor haa atood
for. Theae afe the thinga he haa helped.
"Mayor Lake haa atood from flrat to
laat In opposition of those who would
steal the valuable properties and lights
of the people. He haa atood for those
thinga for two yeara and he will do it
lor two yeara more.
"He baa placed tha' ' people above
party. You know and we all know that
Mayor Lane declined the nomination for
mayor unless It waa given to him with
out tier of any kind and the result waa
that the people of the city rose and
nominated him? without party. He la
not the choice of the Democrate alone
but of Republicans a a well: the stan
dard bearer of , the bone and sinews of
the two parties. And aa the nominee of
the people when he is elected he will
see that the right . of the people are
preserved ! ! ' ' ', :::.
"we find arrayed against the mayor
those who would grab franchises and
special privileges belonging to the peo
ple of Portland, but thank God the bone
and ainewa of the two parties are back
Tot Against Machine,
"And now, in this city," aald the gov
ernor, "the opposition ia trying to tell;
you mat tnese -macnine metnoaa anouia
prevail. .The best method would be to
cut away from the machine for all time
and vote for tha man and not the party
Tha apeaker . quoted ex-Mayor Wil
liams in an address ha delivered ' in
May, 1896, In support of an independent
candidate for mayor, where he aald that
national policies had nothing to do with
the election of a municipal officer, and
arguing that It. were best to stand for
non-partisanship and good government
rather than pure party loyalty. - Turn
ing from this argument,- the governor
contended that the bualnesa Intereata
of the city demanded that tha mayor be
chosen aa a bualnesa man would choose
a manager. It made no difference what
hla politics were, it was hia buaineas
ability to manage the affairs of the.city
mat was wanteo. tie ciosea ay appeal'
big to the voters to use their Judgment
vote for their candidate, but tha alt
uatlon baa changed. The well known
fact that Devlin la backed by the cor
porations and . the extraordinary ex
tent to which money is being used In
bia oampalgn have alienated working
men by hundreds, who war at flrat
inclined to aupport him.
In tha primaries Devlin received tha
aupport of tha street car men aimoat
to a man. but they are no lonrer with
him. Many of them aay they were de
ceived as to tha nature of hia candl
dacy. believing at flrat that he waa
opposed oy tne corporation won .r -n s J o .11 T
they found that the reverae waa true JUaVOr iteed fiJICI (JOUIICII AS
dlate. . The feeling of oppoaltton to
Devlin grew In lntenaity aa It became
more and mora apparent that money
waa being poured out like water to ef
fect bia election, and aa the conviction
grew that Devlin would not diacloae
tha sources from which tha huge earn
palgn aack was replenished. It la es
timated that fully 10 par eent of tha
atreet car. men are now for Lana.
Among tha longshoremen tha Lana
sentiment la overwhelmingly atrong.
"Lane s good enough for us," Is tha ex
preaslon heard on every band along tha
water front. Among tha men of tha
building tradea Lane Is a strong fa
vorite and even among tha day labor
ers In the employ of tha city, a claas
of men which ' the machine expected to
awing aimoat aolidly to Devlin, Lana
seems to lead. x
Similar reporta coma from a number
of the other unlona, ahowing that the
labor vote for Lane next Monday will
be very heavy.
: -v. "
supporting him; No, sir; not muoh. I
know what you will do by what you
have done 1 That ia tha beat evidence
to me.. That la batter than any man's
promlaea That ia actual fact no auesa
work about that. . Tea. Dr. Lana, If
living I ahall. vote for you oa .election
day aa all good,' honeat fathers ahould
do. And slnoerely trust and pray that
aa each voter enters the booth th
spirit of tha all wise OoA win m hm
m nana as w cast hia vote for Dr.
Harry Lana and tha downfall of avlL
very reapeeixuijy you re, ;
v .. qeo Ran fkolin.
' - 811 Union fcvenua.
TO BEFOG ISSUE
Eepublican Candidate for
. Mayor Unfair f in
i - Statistics. . : :c
Statistics given by Thomas C. Der
IIq regarding tha relative coat of gov
ernment during various periods of Urn
ara misleading and seem to have bean
made .with tha Intention of befogging
tha laaue. Daggett, superintendent of
me crematory is especially concerned
with tha statements made by Mr. Devlin
and takes Issue with him ; on several
points. ;. : ... - v- .-
"In makinar his statements m' m.
Daggett yaatarday afternoon, "Mr. Dn.
lln has Uken the aaUmates. for 100.
1101, 1106 and 107.' thus leavln nut ah.
Mayor Reed and tha city council of (entire WUliams administration,: With
EsUtada have issued a statement .da-1 years na nas given ha calculatea a
nylng atorlaa of graft emanating from h. V,.Tv . ,n. c,ty ad
SAY COMMISSIONER IS
A QUALIFIED CITIZEN
Bitter Pleht on in Ejection to B
Decided .Tuesdar Accusations
Flung Back and Forth by Con
tending Factions In Suburb.
4 Democratic watehera and chal-
e lengera are requested by the cam-
palgn committee to call at Dem-
e ocratlc headquartera at S o'clock'
w thla afternoon to receive lnitruc-
a tlona for tomorrow's election. -4
A competent lawyer will be at
Democratic headquartera today
e for tha purpose of explaining the
election law to tha election
. Judgea, either Democratlo or Re-
not ba a candidate, for any office at
your bands. I would not accept any
orrice into which I could not go un
bound by promises or pledges to any
one, free to do my whole duty to the
"A good council ia better than a good
mayor, and if at any time you can trad
a good mayor -for a good council, you
had better trade even or give a little
boot If necessary. But If you have not
a good council, a good mayor la a val
uable thing to hold them 14, check.
Kayor Heeds Starve.
'In the face of preaent conditions, It
requires nerve to be your mayor. It
doea not require diplomacy auch aa Is
necessary In the ambassador to thb
court of St. James, but it does require
a reasonable rigidity of tha backbone.
The north end la aligned against the
people, and against me. It la controlled
by the wholesale liquor Intereata and
"When I was elected before, the flrat
coterie of well-dressed gentlemen who
vlaited me were a bunch of brewera who
wanted to know what my policy waa go
ing to ba . When I closed up the Paris
house I found that a brewer owned It.'
He came to me and said It waa coating
him 1800 a month, and that he waa
atuck for alx yeara if the Paris house
was kept closed. If what he aald was
true he haa been losing $600 a month
ever since, and if I am again elected
he will continue losing $600 a month
for two yeara more. ,;
"I have been fighting for you for two
years and I believe you will turn about
now and do a little fighting for me. Be
tween us we can put up a pretty good
fight, good enough to., win Monday, I
am oonvlnoed. - In the two yeara that I
have been mayor there have been given
away privileges in your streets in the
way of franchises that can not she
bought back for 12,000,000.
"I do not mean that your council
would aell the people's rights. But
they would give away a million-dollar
franchise for a cigar. I have become
a very' careful reader of frnohleea and
ordinances in looking over the airierent
onea that the council has sent' to me,
and whenever any of them did not have
a reasonable string for. the people at
tached to It, I vetoed It."
that place and challenging proof of any
charge. They further assert , that tha
chargea ara false and malicious, cannot
be verified and ara. working an Injury
to tha entire community. Tha election
in Estacada will take place Tuesday,
It la atated by tha council and mayor
that all the preaent offlclala ara duly
qualified officer a, according to tha char
ter, and that the water commissioner is
a qualified cltisen In spite of tha etate-
menta made by the opposition, it is
also denied that, members of the coun
cil tried to bribe property-owners who
protested against the macadamising of
. The statement declares . tha council
offered to help theae men pay their as
sessments so that the Improvement
could go on as originally planned and
property owners themaelves - promised
to aid othera in tha same way should
the Improvement before their own prop
erty be suspended, t The accusation
brought against A. Lindaey that ba ob
tained the contract for atreet work by
promialng members of the council im
munlty from assessment and that Coun
cllman Jonea waa to receive the con
tract for delivering the gravel are both
All funda derived from the aale of
bonds for tha purchaaa of the water
system were properly deposited through
Treasurer Cooper who gave his personal
receipt before placing the money In the
bank where all other city money Is de
posited, according to the etatement
Cashier Fraley of the Estacada State
bank says that all moneys received from
and paid out by the olty have been duly
accounted for. It la also declared that
a large majority of property owners In
Kstacada voted in favor of buying this
water plant at the terms stipulated.
It waa charged .that the plant cost $10,
000 and la now nearly uaeleaa
There la a deep personal feeling In
the fight on at Estacada. There are
several Intereata affected by the fight
including Doth personal and corpora-
Uon. Dr.W. K. Havlland oppoaea Mayor
neea ior tne council ana aays that he
haa 80 per cent of the resident property
ownera on ms petitiqn, which his oppo
he Included the two yeara nt th Wil
liams admlniatratlon be would not have
oven aoie to sustain his point
. uunng the Willlame administration
the axpenaes were high and Dr. Lane's
administration, taking Into consldera-
uon ine growth or the city, shows
decrease In many departmanta. -
opoMjns; vi mat witn Which I am
familiar the crematory coat no ana . I
rvuna unmoors In 105. In 110$ the
cost was $11,000 In round numbers, or a
decrease of approximately $7,000 under
m lus administration. In 101 there
were more than 1,000 tons of garbage
u.uini, w onm anows new much was
taken care of prior to that tlnie aa they
" ncurai ox ii oiner than a gen-
m """"" ol number of yarda."
ue aiune oDjecuon has . been made
in a numner oi other quartern to the
unfair Juggling with figures llluatrated
if WW aiauaiiea. , ,
If you're for Lane, don't fall to rote.
V: r ;vn win r.k!cc A
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yr Vccallon Trip ' M
l'lsL 2nd the , " Im '
, X B "I YUM7I
v vror Real M v 1-
THB SATISFACTION, to My nothing of the com-;
; fort, of bring properly attired during the season of '
' vacation ' trips, outing journeys to seashore and jnoun-
; tain, and during the several months when long hours of
". sunshine and heat make the days especially trying to feel-
ings and patience, can be sufficiently, appreciated by ;
every, man without making a long story of it These'
V days are just at hand the past week emphasized it. "
& Summer Suit Carefully Tailored in '
the Usual Dinh-Ciass Columbia Planner
Will not only give you decidedly more than the average
style generally to be found in light-weight attire, but will
also give you better service; because of the higher quality
and character of our fabrics and superior workmanship
fand finish, in the making, and', .
v We'fl Saye Yon a Quarter to a Third .
of Othcr.T&iJort' Prices
$20 . I , f(niufi
' $4'; :'
Grant. Phegley, Manager. ;
ELKS BUILDING SEVENTH AND STARK
(Continued from Page Ona)
aa taxpayers and as residents of Port
land, and to vote- en Monday by. the
rule of business ife and not by the rule
of partisan politics..
Clean Administration Xssne,
Chairman Sabin announced, following
Governor Chamberlain's speech, -J tfcr.t
Colonel C. E. S. Wood, who waa on the
program for' a speech, was unable to
appear owing to Illness. ' Judge Martin
Li. Pipes waa the next speaker.
The Issues in the campaign have been
purely local affaire and . a clean city
administration, said the judge, issues
that the Devlin forces have been afraid
to meet They have asked the Repub
licans 10 vote tne Kepubiican ticket, and
nave Deen arraid of Lane's record,
erased Money for rourth.
Mayor Lane said that the liauor inter
ests were so bitter in their opposition
to him that they have refused to con
tribute to the Fourth of July celebration
fund, and gave as their reason that th
do not like Dr. Lane, expressing an
intention of annoying the people In' as
many ways as possible. Tha mayor
aald in part: - ' t..,, ,
it I were not before' vou. hiit.vir.
that I atood for your interests, I would !
"However, we are getting paat that
fool stage as you and Portland will
show. Vhen there Is a choice; when
there is a Folk or a Fagan, a Roose
velt or a Chambe:"iin, then the people
cross the party lines. Portland Is called
a KepUDiican town, wi intra caii-ii
what they please. The votera of your
party have nominated a man for mayor
who was tne mayor or tne wnoie peopie
of Portland, and ; the whole i: people
know It ' L :
, ; WUX Vote for Kane.
"I predict that a majority of the
whole people of Portland wll do what
the people of Toledo. Cleveland and all
other cities have done, when they have
had a mayor who represented their
cities they will Ignore details, forgive
mistakes and allow for all personal
"The people or Portiana will vote for
Portland.. Ana that wm reelect Harry
"Jour optimist friend, .f.
' "LINCOLN STEFFENS.
"P. 8. Mr.'Heney Joins in best wlshea
for your suoceaa,"
ALL DEVLIN MONEY AT
SCHILLER'S IS COVERED
At o'clock laat night all Dev- e
e lln money at . Schiller's cigar e
store had been covered and there ' e
W waa a aurptus in xavor or Lane. e
e For an hour there was $0 post- 1
ed on Lane with no takers. Fl- e
e nauy at 10 o ciock tbisyWas tak- e
boards at that, place clear, , - e
? (Continued from Page One.)
Mrs. Longton 8nes for Divorce.
(RpecUl Dlopatch to' The Journal ' '
Pendleton. Or., June ; I. Mary '. A.
Longton haa sued for a divorce from
Phil Longton. They were married at
Portland. August , 190S. . They have) of tha atudent troupe, who made all ar-
wait to aee whether he had killed the
man or not."
It was the first car of the day, num
ber 29, outbound, about which the fight
rageo. as it orew up at Burlingam.
the crew of a freight train standing on
aiaing oy tne aepot opened the hos
tilities with a series of names. The
attitude of the men. on tha car, which
carried no paaaengera, increased their
anger. Finally one threw a brick. In
a moment, as the aleam of the -nintni
In the hands . of the Inspector caught
their attention, the trainmen rallied to
tne aid Of their fellows.: Bricks, acrana
of iron, rocks, everything available, waa
nunea at tne trolley. The United Bail-
roaaa men-waited for no orders. Be-1
fore the conductor could grasp the bell
rope, me motorman naa thrown over I
nia lever. Aa the car gained momen
tum, Lorten emptied hla platol at the
crowq. one of tha men doubled up and
fell, limp. Me waa carried to the ca
boose of the freight -train by hia com
rades. . ,
" - ' " '
MT. ANGEL STUDENTS
ACT FALSELY "ACCUSED
' ',,.''-...-r o
' " " s ssnsast .V, -'' ,' Ji" '-'7f
Mount Angel college students enter
tainingly presented the well-known
drama, "Falsely Accused," Friday even
ing to a targe ana enthusiastic audi
ence. - 'ine production .waa pronounced I
merltorleua ln every detail, and the I
acting waa regarded aa - ereeDtlonallr I
(wa or amateurs, .j a; , .
Much credit for the success nf thm I
perrormance la due J. R. Buck, manager
Ice ft lie
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The Boston store will be closed
until 12 o'clock in order to give
the salespeople an opportunity
to arrange stock.
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Saturday we were swamped' by the great
crowds that thronged our store all day. - r
Hundreds were turned away withou
waited on. Stock is in terrible shape every
thing topsy turvyy as. if a cyclone had turned
loose in the house, ; " i ' ,
Mondaiy p. m. we; promise you, more .sales
people, more goods, more new bargains.;
NO ONE WILL GO
no Children. - Th plaintiff Mies to r-sj fanrement In connection with tbtpro-j