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THE AHUEV1U-K Ul 1'IZEX, JITOWPAT, PKCEifBEH ID, 191?..
OF I S.
intVTIXl'KD I rtuM PACK OXKl
BOAT 1 FAR
pinpin distrew and facilities will W afforded for w'fi
repairs and puppiip.
Will Ue Naval Crews.
Altlioucli t lie plans have not Ihtii developed, it is
believed in naval circle that tlie shipping board desires
the eontinuance of the manning f it hm with naval
officers and crews until private capital is organized to
undertake the great task of operating thousands of mer
chant vessels. The other naval establishments in Kurope
have been ordered abandoned as rapidly as Kssible and
progress in this direction has already been considered.
The United States navy had twenty-seven aero stations
aJong the Knropean coast, the material from which ex
cept at Brest. (Jibralfar and the Azores is being shipped
home. Naval transports relieved of carrying munition
Mill hereafter convey. food supplies.
It is expected that the army also will soon be able
to use a number of transports similarly on eastern voy
ages. Transfer to Reserve.
Demftbilization of naval personnel has been ordered
to proceed rapidly on the basis of the transfer to the
reserve lists of nien and officers of good character and
physique. The needs of the new merchant marine, it is
calculated, will absorb 'as large a proportion of such re
servists as is desired.
(roVTIVl'KP KflOM PAOT flXK
FOHWl or LEAGUE
. f :
TREATY OF PEACE
. hav with King Victor Kmnianue'.. who
I expected to arrive here tomorrow.
It ha been wild bv president's
i associate that he will go fur'her I'iio
the eubject of lial..' position it the
peace conference (n hi conversations
with the king, having already had
several in form I talks din-nig the
vovss from Apierian to France with
Count Macehl-Di-Cell.re. Ifcvlhn am
basaador and high commissioner to
the United State. as well as a !ls
cuMlon of these notations yeMerrt.iy.
It ii known the president feels I lie
warmest aympathy for th renwm
which led Italy t enter thj w.ir.
Nevertheleae. the tentative llnei laid
out tn eoneequence of en Investigation
bv Colonel House reepec'lnir the prob-
' sola extent of territory which should
go to Italy on the principle of racial
or linguistic de;rmlna.ilo do not
fully accord with the idea 'of the
Italian aovernment. which feel that
it rhould o-further th3r i Indicated
by thla Outline, f This ono ef the
Mibjeete whieh' Mr. Wilion dlsous4
with Count lt C,llere,,whom hi I be
lieved to have, told the axtept to wtucu
tli America representative ' r
'. wiiliua to ad- in the forthr-omlntr' In
formal conference with tHe arejiuer
of the enteiHa government support or
Italy' condition ,a,rlata out or the
Another rw, we, flay kcntPreal-J
dent Wilson inaonr loiay excepi lor
a ride In .eIotd notor 'ar. Theonry
conference on; hi program, wa one
with Gabriel Hanotaux;Vv formerly
French foreign mlnlierV 'l; , ;' i-
wntosr dkmghtbd. N.-vj
PARIS. Dec. 1 $.Preidentr Wilson
gave hia personal mprelon today
at a meeting with repreaetrtAtlvee tof
' the American preaa of hie- experiences
thua far in trmnce. At the earn time
Announcement - war , made that Oie
member of the' American commission
to negotiate peace would meet dally
with tfie press. The ' preldnt. In
response to a suggestion said;
"I have benrasked to say a few
ward tn regard to my reception here.
The re oe pt Ion was ao tremendous that j
t do not know what to say. t was
delighted with lt,but I was delighted
for a special reason, which Is not per
sonal. ."I was saying to several, of our
Trench friends that I understood it
because I saw in the eyes of the
crowd just the feeling that 1 had for
. them and was aware that It was hut
a sort of reciprocal feeling. But thai
moved me very much because that, of
course, meant more than mere generous-
cordiality on the pnrt of these
delightful people. It meant a thought
ful background to the thing which
waa very welcome, and to come Into
that sort of feeling In this wonderful
ly beautiful city made a combination
of emotions that one would not have
all the American activities are
Hafore the president's arrraetirne
American delegates conferred for two
hours regarding gsneral plan, nun
pin out work end dividing U Into
sections. Progress was reached In
the forni;i I Inn of Important branches
of work unriar the guidance ut Amer
ican professor who now have practi
cally perfected their Inquiries.
No difficulty has yet been rear lied
If .tilnna i Ine wi fir witn expended
and expressed the hop that such
warfare would be "restrained within
Hie limits ctHireded to It" In the ex
change between Washington snd,
To gle tlnie for ilie nrepsraMnn if
voluminous dtx unitMitM to bf put In
evidence, the seiuiie comni'it"fl de
rided today to postpone tii.nl nf'er
Isnuary 1 the uppearaiuo uf A
Miti hell f'aliner, alien prupeny
ALL PRODUCTS OF
CHILD LABOR 1ST
PAY ANJEXJRA TAX
.rnNTrvnrn from vnr. nsr.
atltutional by the Supreme court. Sen
ators HrlwKjk, of fieorgla. and Over
man, of Vorth Carolina, lad the fight
on It and on the roll call these sena
tors voted against the adoption: Bank
head, of Alabama: Beckham, of Kn
tuckv; Hardwlck. of Georgia. Msrtln,
of Kenturkv: Overman. of North
Carolina: Pollock, of South Carolhw '
plmnrona. or North Carolina: Smith,
of Georgia: Smith, of Smith Carolina:
Thomas. f Colorado:- I'nderwod. of
Alabama, and Williams of Mississippi.
fioos to Confemme
The amendment whlrh will to to
conference when the senate -pusses the
revenue bill, Is said to have the presi
dent's approval. Constitutional ques
tions principally were raised ' sens
to the number of delegates which
will reprexent each country, the ar-, tors speaking against the amendment.
rival of the British delegstes belns; They also declared that Its primary
awaited. The clnlms of the British I our nose, la not to rslee revenue, but to
colonics to participate in the congress
Is receiving serious consideration.
At the some, time It Is feared I hit
unless some limitation la placed on
the number of delegates the confer
ence will become too large to ac
It Is understood that the British
government propones to have five
delegates at the peace table and that
the 1'nited .State will have three )ep
raxenlatlves at the. conference.
The original plana contemplated
Hie conclusion of the conference In
April or May. Although there have
been many delays and some confusion
In the preliminary work or organira
tlcrn, some of the delegates, the Ameri
cans Included are optlmtstto that the
labors of the conference can be
finished by that time.
. An outstanding development toloy
was1 the denouncement by President
Wilson of a publlnhed story that he
had accepted a plan formuUted by,
fhe,htague to, enforoo pere; Ah of
ficial statement wads it plain that the
president -believed.- that n league ot
nations was Indispensable to the main
tenance of peace, but that he bnd
never directly or Indirectly endorsed
the particular plan of the league to
Now aoag of oy to the d err I re-toy
rroa r lol. loving lips.
Tt (oar long years of darkening fear
Has Cbrtotaaas been la eclipse.
Bet in it last, are the dark clouds paat.
And (no Olel ftong slugs again
And'TeaM on Earth" bas a newer birth
And (ho era re Oood will 19 men'"
Good will to friend, good will to fo.
An4 tbatiuodoee of will shall the German know,
for grRxfnesa Is justloio high and low.
Id the loot, long year be thall make amend.
As make then be Shall and must
Ho efcall kaow as last as bis onlr friends,
- VbO bavo forced, him to bo just
W bare eased bla saul from its Worship of Might
Al tk derir altar of Sbreckllc hkelt
Wo boar ao ualle 10 rot nor palace
' Boca D so w have won the fight
And when wepunlsh we are not Hsnnlsh.
Bbt tbe neaaare of Right la right '
So ball to the boys who ho brought the Joya
Of the Old 8ong berk agate-
And "Pear on Karth ' may renew it worth
And the brave "Good wfll to men'
Oood wfll to the fronds wbo win too goal!
Oood wilt fo the-foe who rh rives hi ol. 1
Ad shall pay. la the flesh, as tb eeeaone ntH
And 00. a we send our sons adrift.
.With our glad and grateful prayers
Oar beam are fall, bot we bHng no gtfi
Which la worthy to rnstch with tbe.tr
What Offt rould we offer onr 8r'ee-men
WJbj karo broegbi back Cbrlatataa Ut Earth aga.
FORSYTH OFFICIALS ASK
CUSTODY OF SOLDIER
t the decision or the supreme
court tn holding the former child la
bor act unconstitutional.
Advocate of the legislation, Includ
ing Its author, declared congress has
the right to im. Its taslns power to
desl with other subjects snd confident
lv predicted amendment would 4e aus
twined by the Supreme court. .
Ah retained in the, bill, the amend
ment ImiKMM the tender rent tax on
profits from products entering later
state commerce from mines and qtiar
ries employing children under aixteen
year of aare. and from mills, factories
and slnvilar lnduatrlal establishments
employlim children under fourteen ,now
years, or those between fotirtoeu nn
slxteeen for more than eight hours
An amendment to the postal aone
section of the revenue bill was Intro
duced today by Benator McKellaf.-bf
Tennessee. It providos for a none ejfa
tem. with the committee's pyovUton
for a-rare of on cent a pundjtdr tne
fltwt ISO mils retained lnVof
ytind that Jlrtitt,. thd. mndjrtOnt , pro-
Will Confer With Colonel
Macomb As to Winston
Salem Riot. '
A stocking i not the proper place for
money, aa ell wise men are agreed.
But It'a a mighty fine place to put Bank
Book at Christmas time, thereby serving
to leach the Children where the proper
place is to atore up their pennies.
BANK & TRUST Company
tn rack aq
o o u
u a r fl
BILL TO PEACE CONGRESS
SIX PER CENT ;; -, v
i a mighty low rate of interest to pay on a dwelling; mort
gage loan at any time, fow when mortgage money "i ao
carce thia rate is particularly lew. When to this i added
a ten-year maturity and easy monthly payment the proposi
tion is unequalled. Thia is exactly the service The
Equitable reader. Talk to ua about it. . .
J. J. CONYERS ' " "0--
27 Amer. Nat'l Bank BIdg
Would Hare Bill of Rights
Incorporated in Organic!
Laws of States.
Dale's Shorthand and Typewriting School
Room 4 and 5 Harking Bldg.
Office open from 9 . m. to S p, ro.
CHATtLOTTE, Ni Dec. 1 In
acceptance of an lffvltaflon; civil au
thorities of Forsyth county. North
Carolina, are expected to lay before
Colonel A. C. Macomb, commanding
Camp Greene, duMng a conference
here tomorrow evidence tendlne to
that James Duncan, a negro
soldier, should ' he given into civil
uunuuy lor inei tin - a-nnrg! niuwin&t
PIULAOELPHIA. Iec. IS. A Mil
uf rlahts which It is proposed shall
he Incorporated In the orawnlc laws
of new'snd enlarged-statjs that may
be established a result of the world
war was adopted at the final session
today of the American Jewish ron
arrees snd will be presented 10 the
Versailles peace conference ty a
delegation of nine representing the
out of the killing, during the rlotsjJews of the United mates,
of November 17 at Wtnaton-Salem, ! The delegation which was increased
of Charles .1. White, a white man. ' tram ftevn to nine and elected hv the
After Colonel Macomb refused re
cently to release the negro, a board
of urniy offloeuef iveaMaated snd it
whs announced Wyigrit tliiit lunr!an
was a prlsonkrftn Z y ft camp
and snswered all rill citl. t'ivllian
"iTLKNTY OF WORK.
OHARIVTTE; N. C. Dc.-M. That
"bard work . and plenty of it" 1 In
prospect for southern spinners, after
a short period of readjustment, de'
pendent largeU- upon the time ra-.
ouired to raoraranise ocean shipping.
waa xre announcea concensus 01
opinion of about Ofty leading south
ern! spinners here today to attend a
conference of members of -the South
ern Hard Tarn Hplnners association
and of the Houthern 80ft Tarn Spin
ners association. The spinners sold
they expsoted a heavy, demand
throughout the world, and especially
from Eurpoean nations. Rome were
Inclined to favor heavy manufacture
in the meantime In anticipation of
great Increase In yarn consumption
Tn ret the renutne.
LAXATIVE BHOMO Ql'ININR Tablets
for full name
wHneeacs Ijruuglit from WitiHton-
vldea for a graduate Increase la rate, ( Kalem prior to that investigation said
cue recuKuiwi j-ruu(--t&i ua t nv nenru
soldlpf who U thounht to have fired
the maximum being sda ;nts a pound
ffir senond-class mall . matter , ent
1,800 mile or nior.
PRESIDENT - GETS,
the hot that resulted soon afti'rward
In White n 'dath.
Hlh army ufflcers slated the hear
ing wns invited by Colonel' ojiatomb t
ns ;i courtesy and not necnurse he I
entertains dtubt of the ucoura-y of I
the army records and other military'
evidences of the accused negro's)
ON FIRE AT SEA.
PARIS, Pec; 1. Th pajml ..leUer
presented to president WHuoii today
br Mgr. CerretU. th -pl V"di -
seoretary.. of state, pleaded ror a- pnivrlarvT n. is
i..hoir r ami onricesna'd SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 18
.11.1. .n.-lnlv Armenia , and ! rmy transport Logan, which
Pntan.l. The Dopes letter a, so e.-
congrenn, la aa follows:
Judge Julian W. Mack. Chicago;
Htepheu 8. .Wise, New York: Louie
.Marshall, New York; Colonal .Barir
Cutler, Providence, R. I.; Jwvob De
Haas, New Torlc; Rsbbl B. L Lein-
thal, Philadelphia; Nat hum Syrkln
Nsw York; Joseph Barondeaa. . New
York, and Morris Welncheveeky, New
York. Bernard Q. Rtciiardo, New
York. Is secretary of the delegation
which la under instructions to leave
for Kurope as soon aa possible.
1 Mr. Marshall, rhalrmun of the com
mittee of Poland, In presenting the
mil or rights, explained it waa draft
ed Jointly by committees that have
been considering- conditions In Rua
sia, Poland, tiallc'a, Lithuania, Ukral-
nla. and the si ova nations.
SAYS HE IS DELEGATED
TO RUN UNITED STATES
(eorge Shrrrlll Taken
By Sheriff MIUIkMI
Girls! Make beauty lotion
at home for ftfw cents '
here December 4 with a contingent 1 4.
preseied the hope of a Just and durable 1 of troops for Siberia, caught lire ut !
oeacs being reached through enllght- ; sea at midnight last Monday, but 1110,4.
AITQt CHRIKTMAS MQITOR.
Look for signature of K. W.
Cures a Cold In One Day. 0c.
MORIO TRANSPORTS COMING.'
NEWPORT NEWS, Va , Dec. II
Two army transports, the Martha
Washington which will bring the
118th Infantry. and the Mercury,
which will bring 800 wounded soldiers
are scheduled to reuch here tomorrow.
Civic organizations hav arranged a
rouaine reception for Wie men when
they land, probably Friday morning
and the military authorities have
m irraail t. n.pmtl t Vi a 1 1 1 r-v r.fflmanl
h. m ' -'.-..
w.,. u iu iinif. mis to parade through the principal streats
is as wen as I can put It off hand." 0f the route to Camp Stuart from their
'ship Automobiles will be provided for
VISITS UK.. "QUARTERS. ; those of the wounded who are well
". PARIS. Pec. 18. President Wilson enough to take part In the home
today paid his first visit to the head-1 coming celebration,
quarters of the American mission. I .
conferring briefly with Colonel House, 4V4.4.4.aa-va.aaaa.
ticners ana inspecting tne organitation
now rapidly taking shape
Mr. Wilson drove In an army motor
car to the Place De LaOoncorde where
WASHINGTON', Dec 18.
Postponement from December
24 to December 28 of tha revlw
of the Atlantic fleet by Secre
tary Daniels ;it New York was
announced tonight at the navv
department following receipt of
mewage from Admiral Mayo.
ened action. ......
Pooe Benedict also spoke In behalf
of. the now countries arising from the
partition of the doal monarcny, men
tioning especially Bohemia. The
pontiff asked President Wilson to help
thoee countries to reallso their ambi
tions regardless of race and religion.
"PIXIK FTjVER" DERAILED.
CWATTANOOGA. Tenn.. Teo. 18
The "Dixie F'lyer" on the 'Nashville,
Chattanooga and St. Loui , railway,
(roni Chicago, en route to Jackson
ville was ditched at King's Bridge,
seven miles east of Chattanooga to-nlp-ht,
seven cars leaving the rails.
Only one person, the baggagemaster,
was serioualy Injured, althougti Jha
passengers received a shaking up. The
passengers were brought back to
Chattanooga and routed over the
RICHMOND, Va.. Dec. 18.-
Following the announcement of
Prohibition Commissioner Sidney
Peters that detectives had been
placed on all boats and trains
running south of Washington.,
furls rlevciopeii today that "dry"
f detectives were scattered all over
Union Drops are so popular in the I ine state- on one train in the
army that about 200,000 pounds are eastern shore district last night,
names were subdued and sue was
proceeding on her-way. tho . marine
department of the chamber of com
merce announced today,
DO YOV KNOW THAT
NORFOLK. Va.. Dec. 18 The
American freighter Helen, believed to
be the former Lake steamer of that
name, from Milwaukee, Is tonight
hnrd and fast ashore off Cnrrltuck
Inlet on the North Carolina roast and
In a precarious rendition. 'hat
the craft, in ballast was en route to a
southern port, little Is known here of
CAPTAIN FORD DIES.
needed every month to fill the de
mand. This, however, 1 only about
1 5 per cent of all the candy our sol
dier boys get away with once a' month
One thousand tone of American su
gar consigned to Herman firms three
years ago has Just been turned Into
chocolate candy for our boys In
France. It was confiscated by the
French government as contraband of
war, and was held In bond until a
few weeks ago. when the Y. M. C. A.
bought It and turned tt Into candy.
It will be necessary to continue the
conservation of wheat flour next year
in order to pile up reserves against
a possible short crop throughout the
world, on account or laoor shortage.
Now that we ure getting used to bread
made from mixed flours, and liking
It better, we shall feel It no grfit hard
ship to continue. It w estimated that
the hotels, restaurants, clubs and din-,
ing-cars of the country saved, from'
October 1st, 1917, to August 1st. 1918;
between 175.000,000 and 200.000.000
pounds of wheat and Its products as
well s 150.000,000 pounds of meats
and 50,000.000 pounds of sugar
the raid netted forty quart nnd
4 several prisoners. In .another
part pf the state 200 pints were
f captured while reports from
other sections are that many
were arrested, having amnller
f amounts of whiskey on their
Declaring that he ha Iie,l dele- ,
. A . . . . i. . . e 0f.. . i.. . v. I
gt&Lr-u iv la.r i un i ,t ,i, nituiia ill iiiv
United States during the nbsenoe
of President Wilson abroad, and
threatening to become violent, f.eorge
Kherrill, a young white m-ui of the
Fall-view district, waa taken into
custody yeaterday by Sheriff Mitchell
on an Insanity warrant and Is held
at the county Jail, pending a hearing
before Clerk of Superior Court
John H. Cathey.
Sheriff Mitchell received a call by
telephone yesterday stating that
young' SherrHl was threatening per
aona) violence to memhera of his
family, and asking that the sheriff
take the young man Into custody
pending an Investigation as to hi
Hiinity. The sheriff left immediately,
and found the young man at hia
Sherrlll appears to be well edu
cated and to have a comprehensive
grasp of affairs of the nation at the
present time. Ho assured Sheriff
Mitchell that he had "underground
wires" to Washington and had been
left in charge of the government by
President Wilson during the latter's
The sheriff brought the yountr man
to Aahevlllo and placed him in the
county Jail until the clerk of the
court can have a chance to pass on
inces of (
bleach - T-
Nqueeze the Juice of two lemons thto
a bottle containing three ounces
Orchard White, shake well, at:
have a auarter pint of the beat
ine and skin -whitening lotjoh,, and
complexion beautlff, at vefyt very
am 11 "cost. . . - ",: '
Your grocer has tne' iemoni and arty
drug store or toilet c lunter will supw
ply three ounces of Orchard"-White
for n, few cents. Massage mis' sweet.
ly fragrant lotion into the.. fire
arms ana nanns eaci
tan, redness, sallowne
soft and. rosy-while
Yos! It is harmless. Adv.
i (taynr.i r
and -h(r I
the skin- ...V 4k
MISS LEE'S WILL PROBATED.
BIG DAMAGE CASE WILL;
GO TO THE JURY TODAY
Arguments were practically eoni
pleted yesterday in the Bickers .Vv,
Cohen et 41 case which is now ' On
trial in Superior court, and It l.i i,
pected that Judge'P. A. McElroy Will
charge the' Jury this morning jujej
tura the ..case over to it. ,
MANN A CANDIDATE.
WASHINGTON, Dec. IS. The will
of Hiss. Mary Cufltis Lee. daughter of
General Robert K. Lee, was admitted
to probate here today witn tire regis
trar of wills, in which sire made -bequests
WASHINGTON. Dec. 18. Repre
aentatlve Mann of Illinois, republic
leader in the house today fornqallj
announced his candidacy for speak
of the house In the next copgre.
which will' be controlled by ' repubj
Means. , ' ,
rnnimunHi- nf fh itnlt f iIia i cnaraen
fleet now returning from Hiiro- fol'l' at .lackswn ille.
pean waters. Admiral Mavo 4 , hr,sPl,al hr,e of Dne"
formed the department 'hat hnd
weather isi delaying the return
ing vessels, and it would he im-
possible to reach New York until
the day after Christmas.
It will be news to moat houeewtves
NKW TOR K, Dec. .1 8 Captain ! ,h. W ca" be J"f.ie lrm
Harry W. Ford. r. S. A., of De.ml... w sou sua-..
the Saxon Minor rr .".' " K . V
who recently wa 1 - , Wiat niaites the fruit Mice ?ell Is
the motor transport certain ingreuwm " tn::,
i.-i., ,i,.j i ., nn.ih lh nrsent in iuui iiij-i wi
WIIJ BE DISCHARGE!).
Gifts That Are Useful
are in abundance here. Perfumes, Toilet
Waters, Candies, Ivory Sets, Hair
Brushes any number of practical gifts.
"it J. S. CLAVERIE, Mgr.
t Phones 55S-5S7.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 18
Pald employes of all state,
county and local food ad
ministrators will be dis.-hiuse I
January 1. . 1
I more than in iinv fririt. retin ie lunet '
I nhundant' in .fruit that is not quite:
4 rihe enough to eat.
4l There are about .800,000 , retailers ii i
I the . United States who eel. chewing
i'srum. Great Britain a-nd Canada have
4 recently recognised the manufacture
4 1 of ohewing gum as a war eesenttai.
.iwi- mn crave chewing gum when
4 'they cannot gvt water, and vast quan-
titles are being supuuea 10 tne amea
krmles and navies From The Peo
ple's Home Journal.
Orve reason com
has become pop
4 EX Sl G.N POr DIXORATBD.
WASHINGTON. Pec. 18 Rep-
rexen-tntive I'ou of North Caro-
4 lina was noiified today that his
son. Ensign Edwin 8. I'ou, who
was killed In n seaplane accident
a' Tudy, Frame. October 28, was
awarded posthumously the war
croee by the French government.
The citation accompanied the
rrnsH said that Ensign I'ou a few
ilay before his death attacked
two euluiiarinej which were ap-
pronchlnK all'ed convoys and on
- October tt, deetroj-ed a mine
4- placed in the route of the con-
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- - u.
Clothes. Shoes, Hats and Underwear for Every- mer'1$
body .... Men's Furnishing Goods .... SilkHosf.
M until vmt
- j -----
.... Emb'd and Initial H'd'fs . ... Ladies' Waia
battles are shown
nds ot soldiers in
00 people partlol- I
of the story. Thres
re used to give the
thrilling effects of
over miles of terrl-
bullt up to be de
The total cost ot
tkin was 1n The-neigh"
0,800. Five hundred
ths to make the cos-
thet people; 10,000
were worked Into the.
by the women while
-T 1 . 1 . i. , o V I wuinv musiin were
1 hese Die reductions are on Ladies Coats, ouitsi regaiia of the ku kiuj
r-v . - f . -. a- 1 .' ' TnA Vet with all thiaN a
Dresses, Silk Dresses, Girls Goats and Men,s ancr t"-y of iwe and ro-
' I throurh the vast snread
and rrtps the heart of
The narrative is filled
miles. A symphonic)
nies the action and
force to the drama.
Skirts, Kimonos, &c Fancy Goods in gnl
variety . . . .Rugs, Comfortables, Blankets,
Robes, &c. .... Trunks, Suit Cases Kit B
Shopping Bags and Purses . . . . Umbrellas,
Fine Clothes at Great Big Jleduci
Colored Suits and Overcoats, our newest goods fr
makers.: A fine opportunity for you.
Wnnl.rvew Goods and Silks ---Velvets and Velveteens ---Plaid and Str
Km. Romper Cloths and Galatea ---Percales and Madras Suiting,
mcno Flannelettes and Crepes Wide White JVinens and Lfnencs--
chief Uinen Huckabacks and Brown Linens Crashes Diapers
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