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lSSLKU IV lUI-WEIKLf' SECTlOKg. K1CH TCESUAT ADO rKlUAT.
CIST TEAU NO. 43.
OREGON STATESMAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1 902.
SECOND SECTION EIGHT PAGES,
A Study in Cause -- Etfect
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A CORSET BY ITS -fACC
- TUM IT Wtl
LOCK On THE
UJ ASOUKO TM MOT
1-. cORSET . InfuTANT
nil Khhibiutei irAili
Salem's Cheapest One Price Cash Store
GUR STORK CIXSKa AT 6 O'CIiOCK every evening Except Satiirdar
tor. Commercial anJ ptmceta Sts. f. L BARNES, Prop.
SLUMP IN SECIRITI S
FOLLOWS THE ANNOUNCEMENT
OF A CONTEMPLATED SUIT
On the Part of the Federal Government ,
to Prevent the- Railroad Merger
Considerable Excitement in the
Stock Market. V
M .U' VOUK, ;IVb. 20. There a
? .ni."i l 1kii.i1 (furry In.' the utirt imu krl
'thi' txfMntt. an erunt of i'reffUli-nt
MimTs, v'U') inli'uctlonrt to the Attorney
i. tu rnl. to lKln proceeding'-to tst
iIih lrj.iHiy of : th- formation of lhe
.Vortii. in '"Se'cui Itieji Company.
New York, K b. 2.-The annourteft
Jii. nt Hi.-- 'Attmney (lenral f ti-e
I'nit.-l Huds, tliatj. he b lievid the
' N ithj i n S eiirU. Cuni ,' inrrintttnl
ca the anil trust lavv. tul that le
ivo'i.iid file a lii it In eijully In, the Su
p.retne Court to tent the.uuea'Mpn, over-l
Khadowedr-aH; other conklerallon In;
the toek inarket today. The whole
, m:ir.k-i fell away sharply under. heavjr:
liquidation- The tocK of transconw-i
Tiental companies were ipost offeeted.
The Jreat Northern preferred, lout fiU:
Notthwetern, 74! Rock Island, D 5 t.
Is of the prcateet imixrtance.- This
Is tho most critical season of tlo
year, from a hf-alth stanUpolnt.
It It the time When you ImpcratiTci y
need Hood's Sarsaparilla.
It will giro you a good appetite,
parlfy and enrich your blood, -build
up and feteady yoar nerres, overcome
that Urcd fecllnfr, glT foentai and
digestive; strength In short, trill
ritalije your whole bcinff,' and put
you in perfect health. t
Don't delay taking It. .
Don't experiHjent with others. , Get
that which trial and test hare proved
thebest - j ;.' i -S ".:
Beat for 8prin - " I ' i
Hood's SarsspariUa.when needed for several
years and would not be without H In the
house. It U sn excellent medicine and I
: heartily recommend Its use In the pprlnt
and at any time when a blood purlfler and
tonic Is needed. Mis. K M. Fours; '21
Irving Place, Passaic, U.S.
Spring Feyer-!. bare tsken Hood's
EarsapartUa for my spring medhthie for
years and have always found It reliable
and givlnf perfect satisfaction. ' Xa the
print It takes away that tired teeUag or
spring fever; gives energy avd puts the
Mood In good condition. : Ml- Zrns
Colosks, liS5 10th Street, N. V Waalilrig.
too,D.a i . -; - '.-'-'
They Don't Malic
You Look Like
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i ' 4 f-' -1r:- ; ' j f V.. '
; We. have all the new nhapcs,' an.l nell
' this .... well known brand at "RatkK
l'rlce." Newr(Sprin .nhlpmnt Just In.
r.ml; 3': Vnii PttciSlc, anJ S5uthr
rn Pat-Mo. 2Ti. fin th curb ihe-urlh-
f-rn Hfuritle (when Ixsut-J) drupped
over '3 iMiht, i . : , -!
IIHvy' Billing Tor European arcount
.nMt l to the burden of the riiatket,' aiid
rratid a sharp jlihand for exehan.
H'hl-h inereaned the thr-at of kc.IJ ex
pr.rfsv The earjy excitement was suc-
wded by a comparative quleL ,
NOT FOREIGN TERRITORY
Goods Received from PangoPango Do
, Not Pay Duty.
WaWiINOTO".- Feb. 20i-The Feere
tury of the Treautry hM4 received frm
the Attorney' tjerWal tin opinion on the
fjuei'tlofi of whether mert hahdlwe, uhli)
ped from PanK-I'anj;o, Tutuila. Is en
titled to free entry Into the UnlU-d
Slates. In view of the convention ccn
cluded between j' the United . 'Htate.
Great Britain- and Germany..' The At
torney Oeneei holds tlutt Tutuila 1
tloineMtic t riitort- of ti e t'nlted State.
and1 tliat our tariff law inipotirir du
fle en Roods from "foreign rtP," are
nut apfdleable o BiKwts re-elved from.
panifo-Pansjo, . I - .' I
Will Consider Their . Future Course in
1 a Convention Today.
TOPKKA. Kan., Feb. 2C The Prtp-
ulisisj of Hnnu will bold a convention
In thia, city tomarrW7 for the purpose
.. vmbUrinic whether or not the Pop-
unm jxirty r -tne aiaie win iuinaie
with the Democrats In the pext general
Arrested in Montreal and Will Be
Brought to Portland for Trial.
' PORTXANP, 'Of, Feb. 19. A dbr
pntch from r Montreal, Quebee state
j that t'harlee SaVtme and his wife (eol
! ored) who are wanted hen on a
lltir "t i u.....i. . " -- - '
of 110, opt) worth jof. diamond laKNo-
vember. were nrreted there today.
ANTI-PASS BILL DEAD
tVF.fl MOINKS.!Feb. Pr clever
pairllamervtary move the nugn anti
prt' bllf "was" kllie.l in thfr lower houe
of the lgilatUre today without a
vote on the rneainire ttelf bcminr
rrec-ttxary. ". An amendment to 'Include
"nlrjlter of the' gtpci among thoe
prohibited from hceeptJng pn11 'M
offered. ,Th motion to lo-" thl on the
table W.i carried and tt wn dlo-eretl
to have the: effect of killing the mea
ure Itself. f ! ; ; 1 .
CHAMPION BILLIARDIST. y
XKW. TORK, Feb. IS. WIHlam A.
Fe?. ofHaverstraA-. X. 1 T.. '"who d
feated h.. A. f;MorrK formerly the
atmteur blKlard rfiami'ion f the t"hi
cTrt! Athletic A.Wfctln. and now of
thi Knif kerho' ker ; AtWetlc Club, for
th 'ttmateu'r bflUard t hampionblp of
America, at the Knh ker! ker Athletic
Club tonlglrt, by score of 5O0 to.4. '
RAILROAD MERGER. ; '
WASHINGTON.""- Feb. 15. Within a
very short time a bll wllt.be fded with
the United State Supreme Nurt. to
tet the lesrtvllty of the merger of the
Ncrthern Pacific and iireat Northern
HAllmad y tents through th .'fniitru
mentality of the Northern t.ecuritle
Company. . ' ' ;
,LBal P.lanks, statesman jfb Ofllce.
How Congress Proposes to Honor
Nation's Royal Gnest
HE WILL BE RECEIVED BY DOTH
HOUSES ON NEXT MONDAY
SPECIAL COMMITTEES NAMED
, To, Escort the .Visitor and His Suite
! ' While in the Capitol Work of the
' Senate Yesterday on th Philip
pines Question Patterson, of Colo
redo, Attacks the Taft Commission
and Its Work.
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 20 J-
rhertts have been completed for the re
ceptlon of Prince Henry, when he
comes to the Capitol neft Monday af
Th's party will arrive at the East
ern main entrance about 4 o'clock. A
j committee of members of the 1 House
will be in waiting to receive him
Representatives : Grosvenor and Hitt,
and one Democratic member probably
Representative Dinsmore, will consti
tute the committee. The Prince 1 will
be escorted- first to Speaker Hender
son private - office, where greetings
will be exchanged, and the Speaker
will then! invite the Prince and party
to occupy the Speaker's reserved seats
in the gallery.
At the concdUMlon of the presentation
of member to Prince. Henry, the cupi
rni ttee will ewort the Vrlntst and party
to the Itoturtda, where a cmmiltee of
Senator will 'meet thetn, and iri-e th
"Iltun the courteele of the Senate,
Ths Philippine Question.
WasltTnKton.'Peb. 20.-r-WUh the ex
ception of a few ininuteK griven to rou
tine bUfMnew. ttw SenaSe today devofed
the' tHion to the Philippine iiuesrtion
Pa'tteraon (Colo.). dhu.-uned' irlncipittly
the lltion law -enacted by the Phil
ippile Comm4iin, : vigorousily ,atta k
InK the .authority of the Commlnsiun
to enact and . enforce uch law. He
maintained that Congre alone-had
power to put ; in forc e enactment; ot
that. character. I lie Uectared hi. belief
that lovenor Ta.Pt mirn.reHentet the
true situation in the . iatand'' for l.no
tlve unknown. Nelaon CMInn.) a?nd
I-Cunber N. 1).) upi"rtl the Ad
ministration; Kjli-y in the. 4tand.
' An Amendment.
Woiehlngrton, Feb. 20. Senator Itocon
today 'gave police of hi tntentlon to
offer an amenlinent to the lhilljiine
tariff-111. declartnKllt to be the Inten
tion of the Uni ted St ateir, when ocd -r
shall be retorli in 4he Philippine
I.Hlamls. to hJIow the formathm of a
(J4vetnment for and by the Philippine
people;, and to truauantee to them Die
Mine liberty and Independence that
thl country ha pledged to Cuban. .
To Open Indian Land.
- Waahlntrtou, IVb. 20. Senator t'lark.
(Mont.), fiMin the Senate mmltte'!
on Military Affair, today reported fa
vorably the bill i for the ratllh ation of
the'treal'y with I the Crow Indian, for
the celon unr! opening to -settlement
of about ,1.000.000 acre of their reser
vation in Montana. j
; . Cuban. Reciprocity.
--Washington,. Feb. 20. The Republi
can member of the Way and Mean
Committee Were! in conference thl af
ternoon, on the ubj.t of Cuban reci
proeity. . Tlie conference . went over
utthttut nation until tomorrow. .' The
proposition brought forward by Rej.r.--
sentatrye Long, of Kanna. autnonxi
the President, when Cuba, wa pre?
nared to arrant per cent reduction In
dutie on. United States export to the
tland. to grant to Cuba similar. rh
du'ctlon of 40 per eent on .all (produ.ft
of the Inland coming to the United
Slater Thl wa a Straight reciproc
ity prbpoitlon. :
Uonir's propotatlon drew out. an -
tended dJcwlon. In which Payn
chairman, and McCall Indlrated a dia
tioMtlon to support It. . ' -
Chinese Exclusion. - ' - 'f'. "3-
Washineton. Feti. 20. The member
of the -.OaJI-fornU- delegation In Con-irrr-ea
fod-v unaaimaunlr decided to di
regard the resolutions. recefUy,dopted
by the Chamber of Commer-ei of San
Fnncico favoring- . th ailmtwaon 'of
thlhefM;. merchant. alMinen. i beek
keeper, and other of the merchant
ct-ut. - . ,
. I The Indian Bill.
v thine! on. Feb. 20. The House
spent the day working on the Indian
appropriation bH. Several, amend
ments were adopted, rnme of much iru
portarsTe. Delejr-rte Smith Art a) of-
lereu an unmuinrai iu inc
approprlatlcrfi 1or the Carlisle School,
and It b4iw the text for a general
omdauirht on the practice of educating
Indian 'In ! Western sc hool. ; HJi
am(-n4nent was defeated. . ;
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' 3 Democratic Caucus Off.
Warfdngtos. Feb. 20. The caucus of
Democratic Senator, called for tomor
row, has been postponed. No date Is
fixed for tbe caucus. j , ; '
LONG WILL: RETIRE.' -
Thinks This Is a Good Tims to
, Leave, ths Navy Department.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 20.i-Now that
the- Scbley matter has been settled of
ftciallyt it Is-understood that Secretary
Long feel be is at liberty to carry out
tlte project cherished by him, to retire
o private life." However, this I not
expected to en.ue at once for there is
na certain knowledge of what "may fol
low in Congress, tiot withstanding the
belief by the .Administration tha,t 'the
ca Is w . settled beyond revival.
There fore. It Is uiHlerU.o, the change
In the Cabinet clrt if. will not lake place
b--fr the adjournment of the present
s-iKnof Congress, and perhaps not
until next. autumn.
MURDER AND SUICIDE
Committed by, a Love-Crazed Coy in
Philadelphia, Because He Could
Not Marry. !
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Feb. 20. Con
fined to her bed with an injured ankl .
Mi Ot-rtrude Ooethie, ed 22 year,
wa shpt dead today, by her loVer.
tleorjfe Suttop. aged 19, who with hi
rncjther had come- to the )ingu woman
tKMife' In iWet iniiladelphla. Sutt m
sent a bullet into his own breast, but
the attempt to end hi own life wi
defected by the phylcian, who ay
he will recover. ; v
. The younjf couple had l-,-n frlen.l
for year, but differences ; in reiijricei
atnl youthfulne. and parental objv
tion ireveiited them . from bcruml tig
GUILTY AS CHARGED
THAT WAS THE VERDICT OF THE
JURY IN CIRCUIT COURT
In ths W. R. Smith Case Last Evening.
. Ths Defendant .Was! Tried for
' Assault With Intent to Kill.
- In the State Circuit Court for Mar
Ion county. Department No. 1. yester
day, the day was spent In the trial of
the ea against Wm, R. Smith, the
Silverton timber man. and fanner who
Was. charged with aiwoutt with Intent
to kill. The 'Jury aelev ted tf try the
cae conited of the following, well
' known citizen:', j
K. Manning, tt " Jones, A G. ler
kln. Sam Ramp, John Wlttcben,
Thomas' Harrion. John D. Smith, J. H.
jCrawfcml. W. A. Mumier. 1. W. Sta
ple, A. W. -HowHI. M. T. Miller.
The -entire' day.w'a taken up in the
heart n.K of the oae, awl it was, 'warmly
contested, by District Attorney; J. N.
Hart.! Ieputy I)ifrlct Attorney-.:' H.
MiNary, and SiM-ci;U t'ounw-l J"hn A".
Carson, for the state, and H.' ll Hay
deh and W. !L' Holmes for the defense.
It wa 6 o'chirk-wben the court finally
completed the charge to- the Jury, and
the twelve men retired to -conwltler a
Within les than an hour "after the
Jury retired, they , ret iiriied a verdict
Into court, finding defendant "guilty a
charged," . and wotnuiertded him to
the mercy of the court.
Today the court will hear the motion
for a new trial in the Humphrey can
and the pronouncing .of the sentence
set by the court ttxkiy. -
The . Juror were last night dis
charged for the term. - i
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Bean the y9 1 ina n Kipt
THE EMPEROR SNEERED
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At Undignified Actions of the - he
matic Corps n Pekin sta
. Reception. .- . ":'
PEKIN, Feb. 20. The Dowager Km
pre and. Hinperor granted a new
year' audience to the ; Diplomatic
Corp today. This ''second . audience,
like the ,flrt.- wa undignified. becaue
of the lack of order. The 'diplomat,
on entering the hall,-rushed toward the
throne, scrambling tot a 'right' of the
Imperial tarty. The officials raid the
Kmperor f.n"erecl noticeably several
lime.. '. -."''.'' ; '' '', .' ; p
BOERS ARE WEARY,
Many of Them Long, for Peace and the
1 Leaders Are In Despair.
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liOXteO.V. Feb. 2i. The' Pretoria fr
reppondent of the Tlnw eay. there Is
na doubt the; Doers In th- IZantrm
TranrvaSI Colony are greatly demor
alized, snd thit many are reluctant to
Continue the strurgle. In an. Inter
re;ted letter from Owners! Piet VMJoen
to Mr. S halktmrgvr, the writer urge
the latter to do something to counter
act the spirit Of surrender among the
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THE CANAL TREATY.
Lord fauncefote and Mr. Hay Will
; Exchange Copies in Washington.
WASHINGTON. Feb. , 20. Lord
Pauncefote ' has arranged with Secre
tory Hay. that th final rstJfccations of
thJIay-Pauncefote treaty ehall te ex
changed here,, a soon as the mer han
Sral work of pressing the exchange
cop can be executed.. The ItrltUh
Oovrnment hae ronweyed to the A m
ba.dr full authority to conclude the
arrangetn nt. ..... ! - - - - - i : .
tt POOR' SPAIN
fierce Battle fez
Troops asi Rioters
IN THE STREETS OF BARCELONA,
AND I ARTILLERY USED TO
CLEAR THE STREETS.
Taken by the
Must Be Surrendered to the Gov
ernment Commanders of Troops
in Some of the Cit is Ask for Re
enforcements Strike Spreads
, LONDON, Feb. 20-Aj message from
Barcelona says, a fierce isattls has besn
I . . A
na rioters iit
fought between troops
the; suburb of Ssno. The srtillery was
brought into action, snd raked 'street
after street. The riot it engaged the
batteries st close rsnge,
but were final-
ly driven off.
It i reported that 500
persons were killed or
both sides. The entird
was wrecked by shell
caught fire, and this completed the
destruction. Further fghting is re
ported Y Matsro, Torojsa and Tarra
Madrid. Feb. ze. Acc4:
ilinx to teio-
grams rec-eived .-.late
celona, tho tscree. fight i
ig it here coti-
tlnue. A heavy rain-which Ml during
the day helped to 4Mpre the rioters
and the authoiities are taking e-ere
measures, "; A imiclaniiition haw. be-n
JxsUed, ordering all prlv
to urrender!any weajion
they -may jmi-
s utsier' !pain-or e
ere penal tie.
The sale of arms'h
tao been pro-
The- battleKhip peayi(
ha leen. jcr.-e
dersnl to Harcc-lona-. A
M-c-urred -fn the uutkirt
of the cilt'y.
bet we, strikers and a
hi 1 H J a r esvO r t
attached toi feverat wag
on that were
I, bringing In-provision.
of the wagon were d Rigged out. aril
barricade were built afr the road
The Rill have -been torn up to -prevent
train frcMn-entering-thej ,-itj-
' The strike --movement ha begun t-o
apread sc-ricuety.ii Jt Catelhh de Ia
Plana. -striker burned two factotle.
At Saragcja mot of the fac tories
have already elosed. Thf Ci-ptaln tlen
era! of Saragussa ha wired for rein
forcement. 1 ' I
The' elrike comYnence.' at 7 VaiencM.''
but It did. not become geiierril.' Marflal
law. ha ben proclaliri 1 at Manresa
ami SarajpoHwa. Owing . to -the strict
cenwitrMhjp, over new .frwrri ll.irct-Jon-i,
it is diftlctilt to ascertain the real Mate
of affair there.. If is kpiite certain
hcjwen-er, that the. . cxt'tiixiiHi of lh
strike movement I rnoiW likely than
AGREE ON ARBITRATION
American Newspaper Pjublishers and
Typographies! Union Sign a
Five Year Contract.
NiW YORK. Feb. 20
At the st-
nuai meetJruT the American
lubllhcr Association iifoptel a reA
olution author! ling a
ftgreement .with , the
Tyxgra,phical Union for
ginning May 1st,! next.
ive years, be-
LODGED IN JAIL.
Embezzling Bank Cashier Has Been
Unable to Give Bonds,
HKIJ'.NA. M'ontv Feb.
H. Mattenoh. th lf-ci
faulting cahier ttt the I
Dank tit Great Fall, wa
Helena and lodged in -J.I
II, In default
of. 11.5.000 baJL Mat tenon
scald in sn
terv lew. that he exp'tel
to furnish . t
Ixmd In a day or two
MANY PEOPLE KILLED.
The Seismic Disturbs
I c - Have Recommenced
"LONDON. Feb. 2S Th
ent r.f theDaPy MaH, 'say
m th sefmlsie
disturbances at " -Kkamak-S
menced. and that a. fresh
0n to erupt vigorously
Way. The bbhiW -kille-l
n the Sham-
aka district is now est
brttated iat &m.
THE McKINLEY MEMORIAL
Fund Will Be a Largs One, According
' to Reports Now in Hand. V
'- bbsssibsbsb ; i g
.CIjEYKIA NI. Peb. 1 S.4-That public
Interest in the McKInley memorial li
on the Increase Is evidenced by the
ever-growing Volume of1 letters an 1
telegram reeelveJ at the jha4,aart!er4
of the National Association in this city.
Secretary Ritchie IS bostlr engager In
securing iniormauon rroin every oee
Hon for bl report to fm submitted at
the Washington meeting kf th tfn
tees on Fetrua ry 26th. ft. O. Keren.
of MlNsonri. say that state will
$23,000 ii the. fund. In JKansas ,
an effort is being made ti gt a con
tribution from every resident, ransin
from 1 eniiip. .
Cincinnati ill not ere a nvonumen
there a the fund I not larK enough.
The fund coll"e-ted for the Ih ;I mon-
ument will le given to the National
memorial fund. Itoth Tohlo and Co-'
luntbus are dlcuing the ume ir- .
uit ion to turn in all fund ralwl for
Miiiiti Vx-jitl meinorials to the greater
and tn.rj splendid tribute of the tat
to the dead lre!deiit. ;
CUiVernor John ft. llrady-1 canvass
ing. Alaska. Including the Klondike."'
The i Itvetnor 1 distributing Hot
through llic'terrllory from Dawson'' to
"Nnne( nnj whll fiMin of the rettirn
will not be in before June or July yet-
j he anticipates raising J. a gool-li'il
funi. - - -, ' . ; '
The endlena, chain letter keep c-oin-Inir.
yfeasurer ' Myron T. llerrh k, 'of
th ttwsuciatlon..' recelet Xn. tv.
buhel bag of the, chain contribu--ton
tenia y. ,
New 'York '"hopes'- to rVoort lloO.DOO
raic-d for. the .memorial by the meet
ing February 26th.. :
THE STEAMER LAUTARO
Will Be Raised by the Colombian Gov
ernment Leased From Chili. '
NKW YORK, IVb. "IS. Arrange,
incnta have -Wen inad by the Colom
bian f Jovernment, Saj, a c ohm di
patih to the Journal and American tv
scure the seryli'eof n Nt-w York
Wrec king company to' receiver from the
liottotn of the 'Shallow'. Panani.t bay the
tloveruOienf arinor-ctad steamer "I.au-
taro. vhlcli wa sunk on January 13
y (ht ,..,m i f tJhr. ,tf T,,,
Sunken te nier not only oltru4-t nav
igation, but It 'll tluMiKht. that the daiii
fige done Man not .great Land that tle
1 Jdctrthro can le 'retnrt- ti"the Cloii
bianqiadroh, within a lwrt time In
n.' icriceabb condition a she. wis
before the battle. .
It! I stated by several of her officers
that sin w;a 'not sunk by any of Ihe
shot frointhe I'adlll.i. but "through
the action" M. a young oilVcr who
0H-rHd the ihcok a noon us It v.n
known that' Cleiieral. Albari hail been
killed. , ' '- ' r - , .- : -
The Iiutaril was the fiaghlp of lh
tlovemineiit gu idrori sunk In Panama.
tay 'In., the natal engagement ort Jan
uary' 13. The tight' Was murked imt
only by the Kinking of t h. liular,
but by Hie .dentli of Kv;rnor A I ban
((.ovcynor of Panama), wb was killed
by. the first shot tlreI frohi the..rebd
' Meet. Tit ".vessel was leaaed,. from the
Chilean tiovernment. -
-COKrmi Arbuc kles? arid Lion, l(j
per pound.- at the tlue Front.
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I-gal P.lank, ' .Statesman Job OU.
Ifcave a . ' tsntallcliig lot of
pretty White fj.ntd.i -tantaitjilng
becaufe we can't it 51 alwini
'them Iri pi int. -' Printer"- ink
trilKht tell, the. 'story,' bill it doe
tort put the":gl u all lhir
ds-auly,' l-forfv J'o.i.1. '.-. J!
':' . ','TOl't Mt'HT VISIT OiAt".' j "
' WHITi: PA I It
U appre Ijile Us full meaning.
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.1 Th lt l'hin th city at sal..
jirK-. ; ' " '-"'"' - "
few Dress Goods;
Th White tnn go at sale
prices during our
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