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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 30 May 1902

_The New Age. I.` to IPublithed fIn the Irlterests of the Colored P-- - - 0 . ___eople .0 so so __o___. ____ BUTTE, MONTANA, FRIDAY. MAY 30, 1l4112. N I. WOI1AN'S CLUB NOTES The Afro-American Woman's Club. The club met on April 29th t the idence of Mr. and Mrs. Parsons, ch member was entitled to invite e guest and all respondled. The eeting with an address by Mrs. M. .Davis. The next on the programme as an address by Rev. Jordan Allen n "'Progress of Women's Clubbs;" bird, Mrs. Tate; fourth. Prof. Par symphony odc~hestra; next fol by Mrs. Parsons, accom Mrs. Bullet; reading ny os, subject, "Progress of piano solo, Mrs. J. Bill 'f Moses Dixon," read by Jones; select readiing by Curd; solo by Miss May ucky Babe;" selection b~y n club; solo by Miss t, "Because." Mrs. Jose read a paper on "Club said: Our position today g, sadl and full of hope. of today have for the moat been slaves, but their 'on that institution is close. sed. that they are the legi of most ot its unhappy t yet we are...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 30 May 1902

THE NEW AGE i'iiIilistwl w~eekly hy the New Ag. 10l'i,~ hing tomipany. oflice. 2211 South liahi. ititre' Duincan. Smith & 1kwr se, d itors Subscrijt ion itrice. $2.011 a year. Six mounths, $1.tu. Three mont hs, tits ,ett, invoariabiv in ad phone. 862-B. Application made for entry at the 1xOstomce at Buctte as second-class matter. FRIDAY, MAY 30. 1902. This editorial voices our sentiment. We prefer to reprint this from the Miner in preference to an article of our own, for fear we should be judged of being biased: "We condemn lynching, mob vioi lence and all forms of illegal execution and we know that it is a disgrace to a supposed civilized state of which were introduced n the human holo caust at Lansing, Texas, as detailed In the Miner's news columns yester day. and which attracted a large and appreciative audience of both men and women. The wretched Negro's' eyes were burned out by flaming sticks, as a pre liminary to the feast of cruelties that was in store for the criminal, t...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 30 May 1902

The White MansIdea of Heaven A spacious apartment, richly fur 0lshed. in the center of Which is a magnificeflt throne, the base of which contaiflu a stone trom every European country in the late World. Seated upon that throne is the White heir presumptive, surronded on either .;de by blue eye'i Saxons. arik of, s d on either side of ihn thronie are I.,?bgs of all nations (except Af lca, vpaia1 and Hayti) hung in graceful fr'djc about the tlhrone. lmeultliat..ly in front of the heir presumptive and h, a.s( iates ar company tat white gportl, with ha-.-: s trimblei. tdifos other heave*-,!.' inistruments tire p: ; : ;ng for the dificatle, anql delecta tion of the king to be-perhapa. Kip ling's "White Man's Burden," which has been set to music by one of the white angels who was an instructoc' in music when on earth. Soon this charming selection gives place to the national anthems of all the European countries, and another company of an gels. all white-five from each coun try form a circl...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 30 May 1902

LOCAL NEWS. .Nt.S A. Smrithi has mioved to her r. l uýý n West Bronadway, No. 711. UArnScott Webb~ has beenu (i~tv sic k this week. Mrs. White's health is improving quite rapidly since she gave up the club~. D~on't forget Mrs. Parson's telephone No. 929 F. Will be pleased to answer your (ails any time. Mrs. Sadie Smith sold her property on east Second street and will move to her place on West Broadway. Mrs. Lee Bell. who Is engaged !n buosiness as a beauty doctor, Is having quite a nice trade in her line. Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Newman came over from Anaconda to attend the fun eral of Mr. and Mrs. Hocker's little baby, which was burled Monday. Mr. W. H. Spriggs and Mr. J. Fletcher, recently of Chicago, are In thee ity with the Intention or locating here. They are at present stopping at Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Curds on West Mercury street. Baby Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hocker, died Saturday evening. The child was very delicate all of its life and last Saturteay mirning it contract ed acold ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 6 June 1902

`4THENEWAGE.« F'ubfrie the uIntereoitm of the Colored FPeople ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __BUTTE, M ONTANA , FRIDAY. JUNE 6,h 2 H E L E N A N O T E S :e ' n e knl a A O I J l j r s s o h ___ *the Pen or expense to make it SA HELENA NOTES (Special to the New Age.) Helena. Mont., June 6.-The moat imiportant event of the week was the graduation exercises of the High School at the Auditorium June 4. Mr. william L. Gordon and Miss Jessie WoodCOCk were the only colored grad uates. Mr. Gordon delivered an ora tion on Booker T. Washington, which received hearty applause. He told of the founding in Alabama twenty years ago of the school for the education of the colored people by Booker T. Wash. ington. At the same time he gave a brief sketch of the life of that cele brated colored man. He was born ini 1858 in Virginia and during the early part of his life had a hard time earning a living. One day he heard two miners talking of the Hampton Institute sad the good which it was ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 6 June 1902

THE NEW AGE 1, )lpal * 22-1 South, *l r IFl1I, a, SnItu Ai Ihot : is l : t r $2 Of a ),t. a,\ notruth fl 1. 'ilree pant T, Njhrone 'W2 Il :;'ur ua~l' 1,,r entry at tb I~~~ft a t ItOr as sec n -clas ''Ftr' FiRlI)A Y. JU1NE 6,. I1902, RACE UNITY. Thins is an old story. thte story of the Negros blutildling uip a white man in businr.-s by gliving ,mIni their undivided support and1 patronage anti who, when he lbtcoimes opulent, Is their bitterest foe. The Conservator, a weekly race journal published in Chicago. calls at tention to a baker in that city, who has become rich because of the large amount of trade given him bty the col ored people. The said btaker buegan business without a doliar and with hut little experience. but he has become rich through the patronage of the col ored people. He objected- to his land lord renting the floors above his bak ery to colored people, and, when called upon by the editor of the Conserrvator concerning the matter, openly and boldly said that he didn'...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 6 June 1902

ETIQUETTE OF THE DANCE. iv. man is presented to a young w,,fl.dO at a dance. says Mrs. Burton h~Kýn&Cfd in the Ladles' Home Jour. nat. he usually says, almost at once: . iay. have the pleasure of this (tat, ' " ,ft. r dancing and walking about the runnnt two or three times, the vonn4 man may take the girl back to h,. cnaperon and plead another en gagemfent-or. better, she suggests thtIetake her to her place near her mothe~r or chaperon. The lady is the one to first inti mate her desire to atop dancing. It a muan hold a girl too tightly she should drop her hand from his shoul der, so as to bring it between her partner and herself. If he does not take the hint, let her stop dancing at once, uinder some Pretext so evident that he may realize her displeasure or disapproval. A chaperon should not be lacking in personal dignity; nor should she dance while her charge is unprovided with a partner. A girl should be attentive to her mother, or cnaperOn, presenting her friends to her, and ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 6 June 1902

LOCAL NOTESI Subscrie for The New Age. Mrs. C. P. Smith spent the evening at the Gardens Wednesday. The Daughters of Tabernacle will have their annual sermon preached on the 15th of this month. Mrs. S. A. Smith entertained Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Scott Webb at dinner last Tuesday. Mrs. Norman. of Anaconda, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hocker Tuesday. She returned Saturday. Mr. W. E. Scott came over Wednes day afternoon from Anaconda to visit Mrs. Scott, who is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. S. Reeves entertained Mr. R. C. Logan, Mr. E. C. Atkinson and Mr. Pugh for dinner Sunday. Miss Anna Jolues celebrated her seventeenth birthday last Thursday with an excellent dinner with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Jones. Mrs. Phelps has moved the body of her husband from Warm Springs and has had it interred in Mt. Morlab cemetery. Mrs. William Washington returned last Wednesday from Nansas, whqre she was calledI to the deathbed of her mother. Mr. Shop Merc bent is on the sick list this week. We ar...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 13 June 1902

S THENNiWAGE.__ --- - ~ U~~ e n the Intbrt bt or the Colored People . 6 VL ., ...BUTTE, MONTANA, FRIDAY. JU E13_90.-o 3 SAL LA E ci LETT ER FROM LIBERIA. Men' Shrt Ul to $1.5o .ýtt Val tes 75Cents E~ach H ERE's a let of Wilson Bros.' and the Savoy brand of efin. percale shirts ini faktcy stripe, and fig ures, Ini all the latet colorings. Stitt bosoms, separ ate cuffs; sins 14 to 17 Inches; $1.25 to $3.50 values, for 73 cents each. Men's Whits Muslin Shirts, with Henunesusy'. ;i.00 Dres Shirts, ar bosom, well made and laund- made of New York mllis' muslin, with sil , opnha all sties; $1.25 values fine linen bosoms, long and short. '16a Only $1.00 each. Wipe Piqe Shrts, Men's Manhattan and Savoy Shirts Wis black sand Plil bosoms, attached cuffs, white fin tlei; ti ;all slzes' groilads with colored figlures and fancy price76c achstripes In all the new shadings. Only Men's Fine Madras Shirts, plain $2.90 each. bosoms, detached cuffs, in white with Men's Mahattan sand Savoy Neg pink, blu...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 13 June 1902

THE NEW AGE' v.hhhe 1ekl by the New. Age pubib-hing Company, office. 220 South Idaho st rtet. D~uncan. Smith & Dor scy. colitors. Subscription price. $2.00 a year. Six months. $1.10. Three months. co cents, invariably in ad vance. Telephone S.t2-t1. Apllie ation made for entry at the postotfli e at Butte as second-class matt e:. FRIRAY. JUNE 13. 1902. Miners' Union holiday was celsý brated in divers ways by the elite of our people in the c-ity. some taking it the Gardens. others the race track and some the baseball park. The Negro exhibit at the South Car olina and West Indies Exposition was the largest and most creditable illus t; atlot of the remarkable advance meat of the Negro which has been vividly brought forth in recent years. The motto of the New Age is prog ress and concentration. Progression in our social unity, in the affairs among ourselves which bring about a better understanding, a more friendly feel ing-a closer social contact-concenl tration in every line and in ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 13 June 1902

J" P. MOr4DLOCL CAR1PEN1TER Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY The WAhiskey or Montana " ++++ Trou Laundru ouT'E Will call for and Deliver 4'+ that Laundry.I + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... + ~Remember+ TROY LAUNDRY + L Phne 2 232South Main Street .a A Dream of Beau ty JV~rrls's Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor. The Best Ice Cream, Candy and 62W ark Cake in the City. ~rr Our store has been entirely refurnished and the most im proved machinery and facilities for turning out the highest class goads in the quickest time and at the best prices in the state. +j+. + ' +14++++++" +++++"H444 ~53utte $cral o~.I + The Leading Decorators and +. + Florists of Montana +. + Cut Flowers and Plants 4 T Decorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroom, 107 West Broadway. ORGIES IN MARTINIQUE. Negroes Imaqlne the Island TheIrs and Elect Officers. Fort Du France, June 7.-Since the Peater part of the whites have left Martinique the Negroes imagine that the island is at length t...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 13 June 1902

LOCAL NOTES Subscribe for The New Age. Contributions from well wishers are solicited. Mr. Charles Mason. of Denver, Colo.. is in the city, expecting to locate. Mr. Sam Freeman of Missoula has accepted a position in Billings. Mr. Harry B. Jacobs has accepte~ a position with Dr. WV. L .Renick as offce boy. We are glad to see our friend, Mr. Shep Merchant out again after a few days' illness. Miss Fannie Binum Scott. with some of her lady friends, spent the evening very pleasantly at the Gardens. We understand that a few of our friends have been taken to the deten tion camp for being afflicted with var iola. Mr. James Collins and Mr. Charles F. Smith wil go to Helena on the Over land special today. Mr. W. S. Terrill of Salt Lake was in the city this week and enrolled his name on the New Age's subscription list for six months. We thank you Mr. Terrill. The Butte Floral company is prepar ed to handle all orders promptly. Just received a large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and o...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 20 June 1902

_ THE NEW AGE. so s Publiahed In~ the Interests of the Co re P ope . . A VL 1.BUTTE, MONTANA, FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1912. No~. 4. ~ TmH ELENA ITEM S. Ito t he Cits hosonttl. haI Ih Wome 10S uits $22.5O to $28.50 only $14.,65 E~ach Sale Beghih MOhkday Ther wlI b. Shewn.s emihemmy's Seemed Fleer me !Monday Th~7irt-iht !se t&1 10f- mad, snits of all wool etanilne., cheviots, ye sein n basket =eeves2 In het sad Oxford gray, black, brown and navy. h emis ve blouse. waists, U~ton and tight Situng jackets, lined wihn taffea silk The skirt, are seven gored flare and graduate slouscs ses u to fa aches. Choice of these $22.50 to $28.50 suits for $14.165... Women's Silk Waists Onty .gc We're closing out lot of about 200 silk waists Uad0 of fine colored taf feta, 1n pink, light blue, green, whit. and lavender. They mae stylishly made, with tucked frots.. Five Diet ty styles in the lot: S OWies 32 .43 inches. Only $2A for the choice of these $5.00 to 17.10 waists. High Grade Corsets $u.35a a Vali...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 20 June 1902

THE NEW AGE; tid ý -h, d weekly h% the New Age pIiblish:n~z Company. office. 22q' South idah, lt.*1 )ttncan Smith & Dor s .. A-i Sub lscriptiJ on price. $2.Qo a ytizr. Si months. $1.1(1. Three tflot? I: .~ ,(cents. it tarlahly- in ad App :1 at ion onade for entry at the post, A. at Ponrte as second-cla..s FRttiDA.1JUNE 29. 1902. S, at t ('larks great speech upion tfle itt., r-, atni (anal question stands otut in iv il contrast to some of the effusit- .'Irotltctiens made upon that siltj. t. The senator first mastered the st I~j.-ct thoroughly in every detail andi his adivocacy of the Nicaragua route as the most feasable was corn nmendiable. At ]ast there has developed in the southland a governor who is both sot. ficiently courageous and equitable to take the only proper stand commen surate with the oath of his elective office and one of the fundamental laws of the land. Governor Ayres of North Carolina has issued a reward of $30.. 0000 for the apprehension and convic tion of the ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 20 June 1902

J*P.MOI'4tkocik Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY The WAhiskey of Montana 4. THE + Trou Launldru Go: Will call for and DeliverI that Laundry. + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... Remember ~ TROY LAUNDRY Phno 2. 232 South Main Street +ý.4 +++*4 ++ I+H'44+++++++' '++ ..144 j53utte k1ral Co4 + the Leading Decorators and + + Florists of Montana + Cut Flowers and Plants SDecorations and Designs a Specialty +. Salesrooni, 107 WVcst Broadway. Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Telephore 213 A large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and other flowers are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. For a real swell, up-to-date sui ofclthe, t vrymoder DanKowske 305 ort Mai St, - Butte GItu StGd 11 DUG WorK3 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' and Gents' Garments Cleaned, Dyed Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New Goods Called for and Delivered. ALBERT BARCLAY. Telephone 826M. Preprietor. THE GREAT ATLANTIC TEA Co. Tea Dir.at fronm the Gards. to the Tea Pot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 20 June 1902

Lxtrdordinadrl IlldD66W11llt~ For the Second Week of Our Special Value Sale We offer you a ~choice of splendid suits, formerly mold for $20, $22 and $25. which were* considered excellent val ues at those prices and include the very best makers' output $.6We could not duplicate any of above values at any price this year. so you can see the bargain we offer. 6cn~& KfrHn 120 N. Maio SI. W. Hi. BLACK Ice Crests and Confectionery 6o W. Park St. BUTTE Only Exclusive Costuming House in~ Montana. ~iwadam" Roblnson'in COSTUI'1INO EMPORIUI1 106 WEST GRANITE STREET. MASQUERADE COSTUMES, WIGS, MASKS. ETC. Ball. Theatrical and Street Dreasse For Sale or Rent. LADIES-Spanish Princess, Queen of Night, Gypsy Queen, Topsy, Csarmen cita, Daughter of Iteglment, Sorcet~u. Japanese, Tamborine, Polish Costume. ELLIS rfdNT460. I7 Last oserta Wail Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters 4 Pape hngers PACIFIC S'FUDIO PHIOTOORAMItI~IANO KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTI'ONS. 221 South Arbegn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 27 June 1902

THE NEW AGE. SG is .0 Published in ther VoL. 1. Interet the Colored People , _BUTTE, MI, NSTANA, FRIa Y ".,: Ni-": s. 1U,,,,,R Iý ý ýý' S,  N I , q , lq, THE NEGRO PROBEM. Ia - -- _. ... . . Moquette Rug In Hennessy's Carpet Dept. Every housekeeper knows thi make of Rugs, because they are S: " handsome in design and coloring and rich in quality. We show then in pretty Oriental, floral and con ventional effects, in the best of tints Size 36 x 72 inches. $3.75 Rugs for $3.0O SI Size 27 x 54 inches, $2.75 Rugs for $2.00 CHINA "lATTINQS IRISH POINT CURTAINS These straw mattings are the ideal 5n^- ro-rinxs for hot weather. The About seventy-five pairs at these -ty' Isa exra heavy and reversible. special prices. Come and see. in white and figures. 48c valhm for 3sc yd. $7.00 Curtains .... $.2 pair China mattings, checks and block $5.00 Curtains .... $3.5 0 pair designs In good colorings. $ urtains . $3.00 pair 2oc values for Ise yd. $3.00 Curtains... $2.25 pair GRANITE IRONWARE--Barga...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 27 June 1902

THE NEW AGE 1, 1-:1, ,1 u~~h?1,> Lc th S Xew AK1· I mipan.11 ,-, 4',rnpan%, Itli . 2211 South -t!' -1 Dunll u. Smiith & Dor t" Stub- tI im pnjrice. $2.00' Z: . S nl it I-. $ .1(1. Three ati, T, 11W u 1 , Ii. 1 2 ' IH. ;.'t' In i 'nal l I r entry at the II t~t - ;i I ~ ha scn-ls Ina t,1119t 'elalit tle ltl b.. t i. N. ,,o -hI II l a.meliIt ate in every lo ,lit~ h re Ith, ha. powecr in order to tsak. his power felt in iilp:ings, in the last Campaigi. it l concentrated 'efforts of th e color ed voters sent (Chalain StN ll to t he legislature. The'y .werle but a handful, but were ncntrt iatd- -the samn, thing could be true of other countiets. Itler t F. Baptist. an ex-slave from Virginia. has donated $1.000 to Pro) f'ssor hooker T. Washington for th.' ndownme.nt of a scholarship in Indus trial arts at his school. Tuskegee Ala. Mr. BIaptist is employed by General Carpenter of New York as a coat hman at his summiner home near Galway. N. Y. Surely we are are rising. This is alike bo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 27 June 1902

J. P. LONDI.OGC CARPENTER Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY The WAhlaskey or Montana + THE C Trou Laundru Go. TI n LOi I U160. Will call for and Deliver that Laundry. + ·...Ring Up 'Phone 2... Remember S TROY LAUNDRY T 'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street +++++++ +7++++++2+ 7 7 7 ý r -i iiý *Yutte 5loral &o.I + eu The Leading Decorators and Florists of Montana p 4* Cut Flowers and Plants 0 Decorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroom, o7 W\ . t lIroadwaI\ . Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Tf lepl,, 2 A large supply of beautiful carnatio:n anIl ron s and otht-r t + tlowers are always carried. All orders rct :i; e prompt atlt ntin. . . .. ... For a real swell, up-to-date suit of clothes, at very moder ate prices, call on Dan Kowske The Fashionable Tailor 305 North Main St., - Butte 6itU Stam DUe Works 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' and Gents' Garments Cleaned, Dyed Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New Goods Called for and Delivered .\ LI E ' I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 27 June 1902

RooootIOD Saleý \\Wa' vir ,-l h an array of tirst ,ra.0 iof mnn'. and lboys clothing and I lllllTihing" offtered Iunder price be ,,i. You'll say "ino" the moment you i p. , I onr '? s  n the bhwildering dis pIiay he I' . From one-third to one-half less than regular prices is the great oft-.ir. And thl e c.ause ol this all, we have to mlake exteinsive alterations hlti - the dust will be flying and clerything in a turmoil for weeks- bric.klayers. carpenters. painters, etc.. will reign here. Sale starts today at , a. m. sharp. $100,000 1O6K Ottered Under Price No introduction necessary to the grade we always show-generations a-;. e been wearing 'em, giving general satisfaction. $30.00 Suits This Sale $19.15 25.00 Suits This Sale 14.35 20.00 Suits This Sale 12.35 18.00 Suits This Sale 11.00 15.00 Suits This Sale 9.85 12.50 Suits This Sale 8.15 Above gives you Just a schedule ol the great reductions--our word for i4 that they are better at the display price than any other stores. 6a1...

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