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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View This Issue
' Salem, Oregon
An Independent Newspaper, Published eyery yenJng except Sunday
Telephone 81; news S3
GEORGE PUTNAM, Editor and Publisher
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
PANTOMIME -By J. H. StrieHel
A Year of Progress
The year now closing has witnessed a substantial improve
ment in the business situation of the country at larce and a
betterment in local conditions. It has been a year of good
.iuijo aim wniie prices nave not oeen au that was desired,
they have been better than those received a year ago and
indicate a drift toward further improvement.
- For Salem, the year has been one of steady progress, of
il p uunuing activities upon a large scale, ana
of the expansion of industry. More fruit has been processed
and packed than ever in the city's history. It has been a
busy year for local factories, all of which have been in con
tinuous operation, and though profits have not been large,
the promise for the future is bright.
Prosperity of the country depends to a large extent upon
the satisfactory settlement of European problems and the
resurnntirm nf fnroirm
. w vi6u vuunti xvil Bl&ilO UUilil L(J
America, a nnrtininat inn naUr i'n un u
, r -.v.wvn m uic new y cui lu WOrJU
economic conferences which will undoubtedly solve inter-
..wv..tw yiugmo auu caiauiiHn uasis ior reconstruction.
The unwarH m Avomonf nf mnu . a.
continue if foreign issues are satisfactorily settled and there
la Tint tA ciliavn r.3. I :
.v ..uu onaijj au valine 111 pneea.
The coming year promises locally to be a busv and Dros
perous one. Building will probably continue upon a large
SCale. Lumber and ntVlOT" monnfaefnrao Vn,. .4. 1 l
m..vx . .i.ivv.vx to Have uuiuui lAUKt3U
. "5""' paper mui win greatly increase its produc
linn lTVlo... ...in l i i , i .
uuioiKcu Loiiuencs win ne neaea to nann t the lnrroao
lnc fruit. flnH hprnr viaMa ia:
. j ""i""' iiunRcinig promises
better prices and with the returning betterment of industrial
,m.wUu0, uicic wiu ue a unit oi population toward Oregon
TrftlYl lean n ....-. .3 . J
Neither Satem nor- - tv,n, v. ... ... Am I going to Bee one of the new only one awkward moment at f the
j.,,, - r " v vitj uui -uvweYW atuun US aowns this evenfne ' Marvt" in- ,, , ,
Si Z?SUIf gr,h d Pr??Pel:ity' UnleSS the Pple Of huired 8t.moun ase ro e to go' t ,and th" W33 When tie
- j. LiLitiioi xiKiiLa aim iJisrornsiaiui nrpqq fnr iimnar i "Ul4' iu mc
Sn,,ea flimma.d- Bitterness engendered by political and "Perhaps. They Wn't arrived dinf room . ... , v ' '
.U6u.mniuue8 never OUHI up a town DUt have Wrecked jet, you know. And olease let me "... "'S""" anu aroppea
TTlflnv nt th3TM All yv...4- 11. j i .... I ... . ' la Uelllrt ' nnnrtnatr in
.j muot uiacuce rne lOieranrfi that hao tell you sometuinir funnv. n.v T.nrfl . ' ,"'"'"'"u
made the nation firreat amontr the nonnloo tv, u -..j Mmt tnnnt t w. ,0f omethlng sha never would have
Work in harmonv tn ,,;u 0l" " ' T7"r,. .1 ,allu " " " J " " '"" None at any other time.
region. " l"UUm' "Well arenU voul" Siarmount 1 Seated her a' "S" of
heased ptarmount and ordered desert to be
mi -r. 'Xo. mv Tnrd. T nvor woa o 11 fln DOlOre ner.
1 He rie eekftrS girl. I have always been a woman. , "T.hi" ia. Ka.tie thaf' 1 told you
ifver since I Kuew what an aeh nr ' ; .
H . k : -k I-
iy -JL. . Copy rigt. im Aw6ctaKd tun I
The Regeneration of
The Pride ofPalomar
BY PETEE B. KYNE-
Author of "Kindred of the Dust," "-Canny Kicks", Etc.
(Copyrighted 1921 by Peter B. Kyne, all rights reserved)
ZCCSZZSC&y WAS. McGLONE GIBSON
A Dinner Quest . I Marv followed after
il in ki in I ii wnan :at.i i j. n; -t
I... Z- r uvvciiiui-cieci rierce IS approacned pain there was ill the heart, nf n
uy MdinotS SeeKintT seats at. tho niamintm.' no n i j- t i , btarmount s eves twinklol
... j i r vuu"lu i lcwaiu ior nuumii. j. nave nan to tnmK about ., .. ,. ' .
fZ i 6 " g00d CaUSe he ,0oks SOUlfully into the everyone in my family ever since 1 vit0r1te',n,t tlme In a11 hif ie
S 1m P1103". asps his fist affectionately with one cuid think at all. Did I never tell Ma'co'm s?0"" at
hand while he pats him familiarly on the back with the r" that r U3ed to soil papers after Jl,st,tlust1,ind of a p'ty;r-iid as
other, and says m a voice choking with emotion and sun ooi when I was only ninet" ' when evervthlns projduced a
Pressed SObs: "God hWa m ...; ... , U. UP" Stnrmonnt tt,i L. yA new ensa.tion for him he Iforeot
derly and started again for the door. fvei7tllinS was perfectly
earnest consideration' and (tfaT&ZXZ&A
mnv nppii rnot- v-ta i r il. , " " w i "Wn
vv vci, ne io c&uiuiiK tne iortunate eiert i " Juai uiiuw. i want to u , , . . , w .
However, if many feel the call ht ?'f V J'ell you this. You see Madame He 8owed to Mary a completely
unquestionably Governor Rewe will & 1 was about " )V' old "1, iao f character and ac-
the news when hope, deferre?! TuX JJTh
I want to
PaL the buck , aTh hth.e.heart V-d declaration after of
Of Control, thflt hta I," ,vTu' ",V"D"1 and once she called her mv covern- rs""" " .omernmg ne had said
f v vv uo iiaiiua ft 1 1 i ill wm rr n t a nvAiantn AJ - w rnar?
of control. t.i,rt! Ma rr :orue."l.ia,t:PnsPirfnff .d
ii..., "o u Liiwart nis nroiecta. nrt ...
Lnfer?n Politically. "It made Miss Jeffrie, very nerv- '' " ailly
niHrnoi;Cr:r,rirm"'.f1S- r erce realizes the truth ous but it gave mo n idea. Whv ein' 1,16 smart03t C0P " the
future favnW" 6'"'luuo " ule expectation Oi pan I not spend some of all that TiT.' e.
j.utuie litvors. I , . . I 'Mr. Starrnount. mm -
1't.u it- - ' .luucv ium you nave eiven ma fori., , .. v" ' '
V "T. 'ce-seeker may not realize it. Gov- really truly Eoveme9sr . tn aoor'
ite Will really De Conferring a favor limn him if Ua -f;i "Vou certainlv tmi ataoiint frowned as he looked
Pierce will reanv lL ! .reallzf . . ?vernor
f , , ," -" r"mv"u a xavor upon mm It Me fails J0U eo"alnly can my dear. I'll . , " , " . "a " lu"
l1"?1 t0 0fSe6-and the younger the applicant the set one and 8end ba with you "p q,uc,kly- n 13 after W 'en
greater the favor. ThOM , tW"K"iL, me tured the man and Mr. PrW
promisinir career than hv r,i;t;oi l? ae,moralize a t.. , phoned that ho would meet t
more ungrateful employer than the public and no better wav 1,1,1 1 win be we)1 OTh 40 com" "rZ, '
to Unfit a man fnr lifo Tk . . " "e'ler y h,Pv i ,nJ ,;, s Damn, said Starrnount undt-r
. . v.. j ne MaiaiiHH nra nnr n a hurl. i - ' 11 1 ,: ' 1 1 .. .. ...
i-u 4.u . " ' 'r t,nn ti,. Uis ore"n as.na bade his truest.
hn pnmorl in .ui.. .V " ? as car ur fc. . . n
" uus"'CMi auilO tne Work mav ho licrhtor H. "i" l"a"' 1J1 us very soon, .u
IS little or tin nnnnrtnnit,, jT. . Y .S U?nter, there for t wanf vo Wv t i.f S'od night.
! i " . ,. .: v lul auvancement. and ahont the h. . " . -
tune wnen iamiiianty with the work makes nn(. vi,,-m1 ' n. maK0 .very -muoh diff(!r
BOIlg COmeS a Chanire of aflminiatrotin tv,t ii. enee wnero you live, Mary, as I a
a COld world that thr0W3 h into ?oin? away for a toB sfav"
There is no ren hy .S5STvouth ,V,, M 'v for ,a the" gir turned
public office wWch all but dLSTSiA ld S?.ek !!aier' lf p89ib,(!' than she had bcen
them a ma t,, PruV1", be dol"g . Want mB to. "ere or
Washington. Den. 3ft AHiito-i,
lacking definite fiffurea. dennrt.
menc or commerce officials assert
that thfl Phrlutmaa K.
,j w v-auiii . ..mwnno uujfiiifi LU1B
aim sray unui you are thoroughly ear "was '"exceptionally large."
well and thnn vnn AnrA i. DnnartniAnf 'anri rtknH . x
- j vi.ii v umo UCItJ ' " v u LC1 DIVII eg UU,V
ir go to the shore, which evur von sported sales amontr th laro-oQt
nlrtnin. Vim lr . . , In manv rnnn
3u r.uuie ro couego whtn it's muil oraers,' it is stated, were
time for him to go, and I want von tn6 largest on record
frt trrnw i ,1 U t. ' . . . . . . I '
v uu auu uh unaiiriTiii nnri
when I eonio...back we'll give a great Subscribe for the Journal
oig party aiid invite all the young
mLi, . ' , n W)n ana we ll stand them
i"tH 0116 PrdUCtl0n in Whkh the Supply exceeds "P in 7 boore you and you
uemand. 0 can make your choiee, and like the
good Uttlo princess, marry and live
thpm a o-nn t,, n x, UO W1U reallV be doing "f 0 you want me to sta
t -g? r turi Be31des, those whom Mr. Pierce desires at tno CftmP. n'y Lordf .
other lines than nofit.ii.. "ve maae good m
' '" "- I'"
aiong State Street
"Certainly. Also, he houses them,
It can't be helped. It's an old custom."
"How long has Pablo beon a pen
'"From birth. He's mostlv Indian.
and all the work he ever did never
hurt him. But, then, he was never
paid very much. He was born on
the ranch and has never been more
than twenty miles from it. And his
wife is our cook. She has relatives,
Tho captain burst out lau2hinu.
"But surely this Pablo has some
use, ne suggested.
"Well he feeda the doi9. and in
order to season his friiolcs with the
salt of honest labor, he saddles my
father's horse and leads him round
to the house every morning Throuch
"out the remainder of the day, he
sits outside the wall and, by follow-
ng the sun, he manages to remain in
the shade. He watches the road to
proclaim the arrival of visitors.
smokes cigarettes, and delivers caus
tic criticisms on the younger gen
eration when he can get anybody to
listen to him.'
"How old is your father, Far-
"And he rides a horse f
''He does worse than that." Far
rel laughed. 'He rides a horse that
would police you, sir. On his sev
entieth, birthday, at a rodio, he won
first prize for, roping and hos-tv-
ing a steer."
"I'd like to meet that father of
Vou'd like him. Any time you
want to spend a furloueh on the
Palomar, we'll make you mighty wel
come. Better come in tho fall fnr
the quail-shooting." Ho el.mced at
his wrist watch and sitrhed. "Well
I suppose I'd do well to be toddling
aiong. is the captain going to re
main in the service?'
The captain nodded.
"My people are hell-bende rn nn
conforming to custom, also,'' he ad
ded. "We've all been field-artillery
"I believe I thanked vou for
favor you did me once, but to prove
4. meant wnat I said, I'm going to
send you a horse, sir. Ha is n i-ha.f.
nut with silver points, five years
oia, sixteen hands high, sound as
a woerty Bond, and bred in the
purple. He is beautifully reined.
same, lull or trinirer. but o-nntlo
and sensible. He'll wein-h tnn hun
dred in condition, and he's ns ac
tive as a. cat. You can win with
him at any horse-show and at the
head of a battery. Diosl He is every
iucu a caoaneroi
"Sergeant, you're much too kind.
"The things we have been through
together, sir all that we have been
to each oi her never can hanoen
again. .You. will add greatly to my
happiness if von will o,. 1,:'.
anunal as a souvenir nf nn
pleasant association.' '.
"Oh, son, this is too much! You're
giving me your own private mount.
Many people are kept busy trying to avoid trouble.
JredDle who t.hi
. . T vsxi.lt ilk L 1 1 1 1 1 1 .N I I UOa nilM rv I'll I 1 t I . ' --, onui,
lor brains. - ""'c -e use n9 that the. wav vo w
lit out for' nirt. mv 1.
Some Deonle nevpr now t;il n. ', a very weak little tremhlir
..... i, ' " "i3 COliectora rnma nil,.,.. .1.-. .. . a
yay as uiey go. ...v., uums i snea tne question.
' IM. ln't you like thn tilnnf
It's a ffOOd hflhit tn tx.. 1.-., , .... . "lt ma,ies 1,0 difference if I lik
0110 to fight for it ' Ut 113 8 better 11 or no- J- am only here because
, j--" ". io mm o. wouiu 00 a pret-
The chPf,nftt m i 'tu'. J, , . ' - ty 1,00r kind of R sti I did not
laugh at his owV expense. "1B ww,a 13 ne who ref to y--
Tt la tsuu. jM.xi.-.. T" starrnount stooped and kissed
" : t. lu a nmn to nave a inrv vnl., . " "a,r- 1 00 not. think
niicciiuna at $400,UUU. -- .-uv. mount I shall
ever marry.' h c.ni.1
A-J L . .. .
. 1 vuW iuucu tmej .voo-
une nr tho nann tm. .r 1 . line if h , t i .,,
larger we grow th CnlZ "0Il is the hi anything heaknTo ha,8;?
" llav- lo Have. my kingdom."
The intelligence nf a ' . Mar7 not even smile at thi.
according to his abilitv tTrnnt iyrn,ei?Ure? Wife d afont ... rather sur-
" iauves laugh. prised at a kind of little chok
r.irla V,u .. .. . feeling in his own throat. th;
would exnoThrrJA r courage.or they never "- -" to
thev do - "cuier ana criticism the wav dmner toi!et-
i ' 'I When he came down xr Tf.;..
" , 1 1 " . . .nun J
iHRIM WEEK PLANS
UiO FOR SILVERTO!
Edwin Socolofsky, secretary of
the Marlon county Y. M. C. A.,
I and D. W. Eyre, president ot the'
! unuea states National bank here.
1 returned yesterday ev
Bilrerton where they attended a
meeting ot busmtsa men called for
I tne purpose of outlining a thrift
program for the national thrift
we, January 17 to 23.
At the meeting, held at h
Coolldge& -McClaln bank, Charles
Jteynolds, assistant cashier of the
nank, was named a. general chair
man of the executive committee
hich 1b to arrange for prlae mon
ry tor the best essays on thrift to
be written by the student of the
s hoola. Professor B. T. Youell
. . 1 iy were Dorn in t h h ...
na MrS. Helen Wrightman, presl- '"g room and he hardly knew the
nnnr rr t. . .-. . . , . i ' 1 .... - -
. ,uo ouverton Pani l:im in a Diain in fri-
Tao.h.. 1 .. IKIiia .k -. . 1
"aaocianon, were also , vu"""1 Tver, ne hair band
n a ... ..1 led Wllh A oil....- ,
uu ,0, committee, J. M.Li... 7 7
montgomery. of th 5?iiv. w.n. "uu
LoBKinir pnmn.n . . demurely before him
w - f j 1 nun 1 nnii&Ai . -
'Did you pick out this froelc.
. . . v uur t.j.. . ... . '
ataiea (bat they would carry i1""1" Be ltp'l-
the thrift week program at thelv . . ' ' nd 1 VVei out
camps wltn meetlni-. f.., . "M B ' asserted Mary uneinectow
of both the day and night shifts !'Ani 1 ,e" ou thst Madame caught
One of the strong tof,. , her breath when w told her whr
tne thrift week which was urged .. ." 6 things'
m. ayre, local chairman of the " ,ou Mav Devlin I" she ask
was tne bnirlnnw
budget for the household. '
l M IIT.. . r - .
uai, 1 answered.
Oaya - Bengal. Brlt.Hh Tnu
Dec. 29.-A resolution proposing
a boycott on BritiBh ronrtu w.
Jected today by the Indian n.ilnn.
allat congress. The congress he-
wfore I could sneak un ami n
n l was almost 17. Mi .T.
frie. spoke np and said, Miss Dev
lin is. younger than most trlr! f
With great ceremony Starrnount
of making good cocoa
is in using .
For its quality1 is good
The purity, palatability nd
nutrient ' cKaracterisbr f. of
High, grade cocoa Leans
ov?ing to' 1 tKe
peculiar to our
MADE ONLY BY " ,J
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
Eulidtnl 1780 -
Book'J j Ckoict Rxipe, rV rt,
You love him. He loves you. Doubt
less he'll know you the minute you
enter the pasture."
Farrel's fine white teeth, flash
ed in a brilliant smile.
"I do not desire to have the cap
tain mounted on an inferior horse.
We have many other good horses
on the Palomar. This one's name i9
Panchito; I will express him to you
some day this week.'
"Farrel, you quite 'overwhelm me.
A thousand thanksl I'll treasure Pan
chito for your sake as well as his
The soldier extendod his hand, and
the captain grasped it.
"Oood-by. Serjeant. Pleasant
"Oood-by: sir. Dry camps and
The descendant of a conquistador
Dicked ud his straw suitcase, his
helmet, and gas-mask. At the door,
be stood at attention and saluted.
The captain leaped to his fect- and
returned this salutution of warriors;
tho door opened and closed, and the
officer stood starinir at the amies
so lately occupied by the man who,
for eighteen months,, had been his
"Strange man!" ha muttered. 4'I
didn t know they bred nis kind any
more. Why. he s a feudal baron!''
There were three people in the
observation car when Michael Jos
enh Farrel boarded it a few minnto
before eight o'clock the following
morning. Of the three, one was a
girl, and, as Farrel entered, carry
ing the souvenirs of his sevice
a helmet and gas-mask she glanc
ed at him with the interest which
tho average civilian manifests in
any soldier obviously just released
from service and homeward bound.
Farrel'g glance met hers for an in
stant with equal interest; thon he
turned to stow his impedimenta in
the brass rack over his seat. He was
granted an equally swift but more
direct appraisal of her as. lie walk
ed down the observation-car to the
rear platform, where he selected a
cnair in a corner that offered him
sanctuary from the cold, fog-laden
breeze, lighted a cigar, and surren
dered himself to contemplaliiMT. in
his mind's eye, tho joys of home
He had the platform to himself nn
til after the train had passed Palo
Alto, wlien others joined him. The
first to emerge on the platform
was a Japanese. Farrel favored him
wita a cool, contemptuous scrutiny,
for he was a Californian and did tint
hold the members of this race in a
tithe of the esteem he accorded
other Orientals. This Japanese was
rather shorter and thinner than the
majority of his race.- He wore
large, round tortoise-shell snneteloa
and clothes that proclaimed the at
tention of the very best tailors; a
gold-band ring, set with one V.I,,.
white diamond, and two exquisite
sapphires, adorned the pudgy fin
ger of his right hand. Farrel judged
time nis gray beaver hat must have
cost at least fifty dollars
''We ought to have Jim- Crow
cars for these coclt-sure sons . of
Nippon," the ex-soldier growled to
himself.. "We'll come to It yet if
something isn t done about them
They breed so fast they'll have ns
crowded into back seats in another
He haa n.aa some unpleasant
clashes with Japanese troops in Si
beria, and the memory of their stud
ied insolence was all tho more rjoie-
nant because it haa gone unchal
lenged. He observed, now that thn
Japanese passenger had permitted
the screen door to slam in the face
of the man following him; with a
very definite appreciation of the
good things of life, he had instant
ly solected the chair in the corner
opposite Farrel, where he could
smoko his cigar free from the wind.
Following tho Japanese came an
American, as distinctive of hig class
as the Japanese was of his. In
point of age, this man was about
fifty years old a Iarce man strik
ingly handsome and of impressive
personality. He courteously held the
door open to permit the nassacB nf
the girl whom Farrel had noticed
wlien he first entered the car.
10 rarrci, at least, a surorisino-
incident now occurred. There were
eight vacant scats on the nlatfnrm
and tno girl's glance swept them allr
ne ianciea it rested longest upon
tne chair beside him. Then nritk
the faintest possible little
of disapproval, she seated herself
Desiae tne Japanese. The other man
took the seat in front of tho erirl.
half turned, and entered into con
versation with the Jap.
larrel studied the trio with intnr.
est, decided that they were traveling
iuKetner, ana tnnt the man in the
gray tweeds was the father of the
girl. She bore a striking resembl
ance to him and had inherited his
handsome features a thousandfold
albeit her eyes were different, being
laigH, urown, ana wide apart; from
them beamed a sweetness, a benio--
nancy, and tenderness that, toJ the
impressionable Farrel, bespoke men-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 19!
tal as woll as iw.,..i .
was gowned, gloved, and hattc.jL
,"I think that white mn s.
luo "el conclude,
though why that impre98ion
to him, he would have h.
loss to exnlfihi rn.L..
1 " '"ps it wag
lo uu geared to asn:,
terms of social equality iti, .
anese whose bnri8hiieJ3 .J
with nn oMn. . ' c01
v. v uusiro to airren
everythmg the white man said
claimed him anything i... '
sular representative or a vi
Presently tho rn'rl'
nuueu casually jn jpp r
direction, seemingly without il
.vV , ,U80, IlXcri h.
a. mprcusuiujf look, nodded
most imperceptibly toward the
he was vacating, ami
uis scat insiae the car. Her
brows lifted a trifle- t...
iiiwinnuiiii ui me lienil m.OH -.,
of the chill of brevity by a flf
...a Ul gruuiuoe, not so ml
i"o nucrnce or hin Kflf ft
favor as for the fine courtesy wj
iuiu moveu nun to proffer it y,i
out making hia action m.
sit oesiae ner ana attempt iB
From his exile. Fnrrol v...I
...... muoiauiuu HOW (jlllcklr
girl excused herself to her
ions and crossed over to the 'I
vbchidu in iier ravor.
At the first, null i. I i.'.
entered the diner and was giTei
wi v omaii tauie. The seat
posite him was unoccunie
when the girl entered the diner alJ
ana was snown to this vacant bu
xurrei tnnued pleasurably.
(To Be Continued.)
Dt KING'S PILLS
i mi m
r. I WW BI
r - "W-Wl
ROUND TRIP FARES
- By the
Oregon Electric Railway
Tickets on Sale Dec. 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31; Jan. 1.
Return Limit Jan. 3.
Bend ..' $15.72
Corvallis .... $1.65
that his rrn I,, ""v ' "Bc"ff oaicill, UIB.
world's -.-ii - --m
j . r izjj f rm
Hood River $6.18 Spokane .. $22.49
Junct. City $2.78 Tacoma ....$10.58
Lewiston.. $21.84 . he Dalles.. $7.34
Orenco $2.79 Walla Wa' $15.84
Pendleton $14.43 Wilsonville $1.53
Porlmnnfl 914 Q A T II en
. - atvuiuvnu wii.ot TT uuuuurn . .jac
Harnsburg $2.54 Seattle J... $12.63 Yakima.... $19.16
. Similar fares to other points on the Oregon Electric
Railway and all connecting lines from Portland, to which
the one-way fares are $30.00 or less.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to destin
ation. Details will be furnished on. request.
Oregon Electric Raliway
J. W. Ritchie, Agent, Salem, Ore
371 DEPARTMENT STORES
g-an It sessions here Tuesday. offered hi. arm to Miss Jeffries and
For Gift That Last
HARTMAN BROS.' s
. Diamonds Watches
Jewelry and Silverware
Phone 1255 Salem. Ore.
160 N. LIBERTY ST., SALEM, OREGON
The 1923 Selling Plan of
the J. G. Penney Company, of
IrStnil.!. ' PrOP8e l Concent" -ge w.y, upon cerUin line, of
We will have "Outer-Apparel Weeks," "White Good Weeka " "C.i,I,.m i t i r .
"Hosiery Week.," "Notion Week "Work Clothe. Wee" .o d W-k-"
Each occasion will be an event in itself! ,
ur Buyer, in New York have made extensive Diana tn .v c.
Store, in this Nation-Wide Institution, with larg new hTgh-,rade t J ? ?
, , ready, large loU of new good, have been received. h,gh-rade fr each occasion. Al-
These "Week." will not be ".ale." in any senie, but prestation. . i. v. .
- only the concentration of wholesale buying for allouJ sErTdw ' "" which
entitle, of merchandi make, possible. "d rwttu,s of normou.
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