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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 April 1909

yAOE % •ATTOPAY, APRIL »4 X '^ - — ir i^rfc j-m-» rf"^* Ba2sSws2!K^«>»^*#:**-.'.*:.M.i-~'i^t*^i«i«/-!^^^-Aft^-ri,^/iv-'t.^- - »-■■-■** -„- :,L^^^ LADIES' DAY BRINGS A CHANGE OF LOCK NORTH WHHT LEAGUE. •;.. *■ Standing. :•■;'.■.-,- h&J: Won Lost Pet •.Vancouver ".... 6 ' ■": 2 .714 Seattle ;.'..".. >»-T.y 2 .-:: .714 \ Spokane ; .... V * 4 2 .671 Aberdeen r.....: 8 - 4 .428 Tacoma ....... 3 ■'■'■• 5 .285 Portland ..... 2 5 .285 nrspntKD by kkmimne BASE gp ball SHOUTS, TJGFTRH TURN ; ■• CTABLES SON $ VANCOUVER AND PLAY ERRORLESS CON TEST. vlt's the ladies. ,<-.■-•. - ';".%: ; ; v r After, showing like a . bunch of I cellar I champions ■In ; a town lot leacue for a week, the Tigers eud deaJy exhibited dazzling brilliancy Of the major league order and in IS strenuous and exerting innings, they dimmed < the ■ luster •at I the Vancouver . Beavers and; inarched Off with victory 2to 1. Inciden jf tally* they, got out of the cellar. WSS&R because It was ladles' day. ._. B...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 April 1909

>Aa» S. 6ATCRBAT, APRIL M MORE INDICTMENTS AGAINST GORDON AND SCHIVELY (By United Press Leased Wire.) SPOKANE, April 24.—Three additional Indictments were re turned by the grand jury yester day, one being againßt J. H. Bchively, state insurance commis sioner, on a charge of perjuring himself while testifying before the grand jury several days ago, the other two being against M. J. RICH MRS. BLEICHROEDER IS SAID TO HAVE ELOPED BERLIN SOCIETY STARTLED Jewelry belonging to Mrs. Bleich-| BY REPORT SHE HAS KLKI> roeder, worth a king's ransom. TO ROME WITH LEGATION . Blelchroeder is one of the be5t (,.,,,...,..,...,, known mlllonaires in Berlin. He BfctKhTAKt. and niß wlfe have moved m the ' most exclusive circles of society. BERLIN, April 24.—Aristocrat- They maintained a great mansion lc Boclety here is shocked by the that was conducted with almost report that Mrs. James Bleichroe- imperial splendor, and their din der, a former vaudeville star, had ners and entertainments were at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 April 1909

1 t/TT 4, SATURDAY, APRIL M m&titi&TACOMA DAILY TIMES KTHE TACOMA DAILY TIMES TCS •B ONLY I ISaVBlt BVBBY AFTBRIVOOW BUCOBVT SUNDAY BY THB TACOMA I "'Ftr-VSI T«l rag"* TIMHH IM ■!.!««!*,* < OMr A VV. "T ™B lAOOMA „ ~, rIB gT . t«WWJyra»B& ■>»<—« «t th« T»—■■, W— fr»rt»f«a, — >w«l Clan Matter. | TACOMA, __ ■—. It* M». Y«« «XTB PHONES: ff lr<l ,|, M> , ur,t. Main 7M-AITM 9THB^ TIMES OBTAINS THE OOMPUCTH TKLHGHATHIO NEWS SKItVICB SUPPLIED BY THE HP^w,-'"-'' r-. >}!■-' VNIT£O rßEas associations:leased WLKK. t „•• ■.--•;-:.; : ; ■ . Regulate Public Market; But Give It Square Deal Ib Market Master Martenla careleas In ruu ntng the I) street public market or are city offio lals simply hunting for flaws In an attempt to kill the project to belp the grocery trust? Ever since It started there hare been walls from the grocery combine wbose price schedule wu being disturbed. And the wails have had • Urely echo in the city hall, particularly in the council chambe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 April 1909

s^^r sfl STELLAR ATTRACTIONS COMING TO TACOMA "Classmates," with the diffi cult part of Irving Duncan essay ed by Norman Ilaekett, is booked for Wednesday night at .the Ta conra. Mr. H&cket Is reported as Baaklng an admirable "Duncan." the southern West Point cadet The tale centers about life at West Point, and its tmediate ac tion ami-rounds the rivalry of Irv ing Duncan and Bert Stafford who each want the hand of the same girl. Ralph Russell, in George Hiniul hurst's latest success, "The Mills of the Gods," at the Tacoma Sun day and Monday. George Broadhurst's "The Mills of the Gods," at the Tacoma next Sunday and Monday, made an undeniable hit in the east. It clung to New York like a leech, and was driven from three thea ters there on account of improve ments and other engagements be fore It would forsake the town and go on the road. This is the first western tour of "The Mills of the Gods," and It will be pre sented exactly as it was seen on Broadway and Fifth avenue, New Yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 April 1909

PAOB a. SAitmmY. APRIIi 24 WOMAN DEFIES ipULNLd I POLICE **",,' Constable Shaw of Judge Arnt •on'a court was sent to the Shade presidence at 2935 South. J street "today to arrest Oscar j J. Shade, 9 'Whose father, Ruben Shade, swore V* out; a warrant "' charging his boy with shiftlessneua and trespassing. S Mrs.' Shade. met s the constable at £,the door. . "No, Mr. Shade is not Sf here," she said, "and I want you ||toj understand that my boy is not to be arrested. The 'old man' is crazy. He had no reason to swear out a warrant for Oscar, because iSi the "boy has always .f treated . us :L Tight and has been a good son to »«,«s.>-« I want you to go back to the Judge, and | tell him that my Jj husband will appear this ; after- J Boon and withdraw the warrant. I ; will also see that he apologizes to f\ th« j court ' for all ; the trouble he - j has caused them." > The constable f returned and "Old Man' Shade ap \ peared # this \ afternoon and with drew the warrant.. SALOON MAN IS ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 April 1909

REAL ESTATE out, Hundred triuuiaad doilam feeing spent for Improvements In Central Park now. Come, see; lots 1175 up, with Improvements, only ■10 down and $5 per month. Get oft 80. Tacoma car at 38th and M st* : •fflce one block west GUI Horn > Investment Co. FOR SALE BY OWNER —1 lot 25 X 116; new house, just finished, large enough for small family; within 100 yards from car line station. Wood and coal yards at your door. Store and butcher shop within 2 blocks. Free mall delivery every morning: Perfect title. Price $500: $100 cash and $10 a month. Enquire 403 Cali fornia bldK. , ' Waterfront lots for summer homes. Frank A. Maglll, 410 Prov ident Bid*. The most critical time In the bat tle of life, Is when a man has to decide whether he will build a home or pay rent. Let us show you our beautiful addition and explain our proposition before you decide. $15 ■ monthly will buy a beautiful mil' home. Don't put It off. If you 6 > the other fellow will not. and we only have a few mor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 April 1909

fc*AGK 8, BATTTKPAY, APRIIi 24 YOUNG MAN FALLS TO DEATH IN RIVER Within twenty feet of -where hta Companion lay asleep on the river bank, Frank Secombe, 24 years •Id, was drowned yesterday after- Soon about 2 o'clock near th* Northern Pacific railway bridge of the Puyallup river at Bumner. Se combe, together with his compan ion, Charles Prue, started from Taconm yesterday with the lnten tlon of tramping to Eastern Wash ington. When they reached the river, frue lay down for a nap, and his companion walked to the river «dge to bathe his feet. When Prue woke up his friend was miss- TURKISH GOVERNMENT IS OVERTHROWN BY REBELS !s>&* (Continued From Page One.) - | tan's f; soldiers I began the engage |anent, firing upon , the s invadeii '?they found v In >* their 'quarter*. .v After an I exchange' of * shots the >!lighting ceased for a time. :' Jt;,?,' Both sides sought reinforce >merits , and the population was 1 thrown into a panic. -Hundreds of 'persons •? rushed; to ;' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOI* 6. NO. 107 POWER GO. IS GOOD NOW Trust Offers City Half cent Rate if Load Factor Can Be Raised to Twenty - Five Per Cent MUNICIP Ali POWER PLANT RE SPONSIBLE FOR KKMARK AHIjY IjOW FIGUHK. The Seattle-Tacoma Power com pany is as good as it can be. It presented a bid to the city today to supply the city with 1,500 ad ditional horse-power of current to carry the city over the heavy load next winter at the old rate of 1 V* cents per kilowatt and then sent in a supplementary letter offering to furnish the city with all' the current it gets under all its con tracts for the low price of V 4 cent a kilowatt if the city will Just get in the game and 'boost its load factor up to 2 5 per cent. Lond Factor Now 22%. The load factor is now about 22 Vi per cent, so it looks as if the half cent rate Is not a thing en tirely outside the pale of possi bility. City Electrician Lauzon by care ful attention to the linen and to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 April 1909

Mfila, MONDAY, ATRTL M . TIGERS MAKE IT THREE STRAIGHT g FINJHH g SERIES WITH . VAN ; OOUVER IN SPLENDID FORM t * —ADO if SATURDAY'S . AND |'s^® SUNDAY'S GAMES TO FRI f ®i^r 's, victor y.;;: i The Tigers are strong finishers. pMi« After I being" drubbed all week, they braced,up Friday and took a I||iß Inning contest, whitewashed ■Mthe champs Saturday with Ike But ||||lerf pitching a no-hit game and jM|then; turned the trick again Sun- IglS day with Hickey of Vancouver get mfMting into the no-hit column for §|l»tar,twlrlers. -T> ■:.•':: ■•:*.. ... I gp@[ Saturday it ■ was ; 2 to ; 0 for the |[g home m team, "■} and Sunday the ||4 Tiger*:got,away with it 1 to 0, I ;>.j breaking all records by i winning fWfl the;game without a hit. Ilfpf^The finish of the game Sunday [Igwas a hair raiser. The score stood Uglsto^O; In favor of Tacoma with |iS Vancouver at , bat. " Baker sent §{>«Davis to first on four balls. Nor tig dyke bunted and all went safe by I B§ Baker \ trying <to ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 April 1909

Wife Slayer Has Millions for Trial BOSTON, Mass., April 26.— Chester S. Jordan, of Somerville, who has been In jail since last September, when he was arrested and confessed that he killed his wife and cut her body to pieces, hoping to hide the crime, ■will be placed on trial this week In the superior court of Middlesex county. It Is believed that the de fense will base Its case on a plea of temporary insanity. Jordan, who is a young man of about thirty years of age, is a brother-in-law of Jesse R. Liver more, the New York cotton specu lator, and it is understood that the Livermore millions will be üßed freely in an effort to keep Jordan from going to the electric chair. Three of the ablest criminal law yers of Massachusetts have been engaged to conduct the defense. Slain In Her^Home. The killing of Mrs. Jordan last September attracted widespread attention, owing to the circum stances surrounding the crime and the subsequent arrest of the young husband. The murder was one of the most...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 April 1909

HO 4i MWfttOV APBBfc M bTHE TACOMA DAILY TIMES FAOOMA'S ONLY I issued bvbry afternoon bickpt sunday by the TACOMA I OFFICE I 7«8 IHDINf ' £'-■ «i.t .**>*»■'■/'■--*"»• TINB9 PUBLISHING COMPANY. .'■ ■.».>-.•■;•,:, .-i I COMMKRCB ■». APER btMH at «ka Tmmu, Wuk, PwlWflM ax S*«*»4 Claw Matfr. | TAOOMA. ■Mil «M Oat Fit Cnri M Cnli : -^ti»jMtm^ "•■■ , " DHAUCCi' ■■■!■«•■ Office , Mala TSS-AIT3S Mfekr C«rH«» .rjrf.ll. »7 Hall fIWMM iIIUNLO. MllorUl IMX. . «.!• 7M-AIJM ■»A«VaVe«, «l» M.. ai-—i Year >a.TS ~^j£jl^r ■ ■■VIII-<J» Qt>««la«ioa Peat. Mala 783-AI73S SOT TOOK OBTAINS THB OOMPIiHTB GRAPHIC MEWS BKRVICG SUPPLIED BY TUB VNITKD press associations' LEASED MIRE. ",•: ■.:■;,■." ■■;■• ":■' ..;■■■■;- A Judge Tells Us About Stenographers At last we know about the stenographer. A Judge has told us. The way It happened was that somebody sued • stenographer somewhere and tried to garnishes JUs (or her) saiary. Then the Judge decided that it wasn't "sal ary" at all; it was just "wag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 April 1909

IN JAIL FOR MURDER OF THREE GIRLS SPRINGFIBLD, 0., April 26— Suspected of 'being implicated in the murder of three Dayton girls, Rimer Carr is today in the cue tody of the police. Mary Fursch ner is believed to have been killed in Dayton January 23. Two weeks later the body of Eliza"beth Futhart was found in a BRAVE WOMAN CHASES A MIDNIGHT PROWLER INTO ARMS OF OFF! PORTLAND, Ore.. April 26.— Leaping from bed, then seizing a revolver and discharging It as she ran down the street early today In pursuit of an alleged would-be burglar, Mrs. E. Robinson chaßed the stranger into the aims of a policeman. Mrs. Robinson was startled shortly after midnight by a noise at one of the windows of her sleep ing apartments. Instead of part- Ing the curtains and peering out, the bravo woman donned some! PORTLAND, Ore., April 26.— clothing, took her revolver atul Leaping from bed, then seizing a tip-toed to the entrance of the revolver and discharging It as she building. Bhe looked down the ran down t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 April 1909

rAGK «. MONDAT, ATKOj M STUDENT IS ATTACKED BY JAP Victor Adams, a memfber of the electrical engineering class of Vashon college, lies severely In jured in his room at the school, *nd the boys of the college are worked up to the highest pitch of excitement and anger as the re mml of an attaok made upon Ad ams Friday night by a burly Jap employed at the school. The Jap, who, the boys say, is an exceptionally big man, was, ac cording to the boys, befriended toy the school faculty immediately lifter he had attacked the student, and the faculty gave out state ments to the effect that it was but a slight brawl and that everything bad been settled. The trouble occurred late Fri day evening, while Adams was Studying. The lights flickered and he went to the engine room to find the nature of the disturb ance. As soon as he entered the room, according to students, the Jap, who was attending the en gines, started after him, and chas ed him to the center of the school grounds. In full view of s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 April 1909

REAL ESTATE '. i One nunared thousand - dollars being spent (or Improvement* In Central Park now. Come, see; lot! • 175 up, with Improvements, only 1176 up, and $5 per month. Oet oft 10 down and $5 per month. Qet off 80. Tacoma car at 38th and M st»; rifles one block west. Ulll Horn* nveiitment Co. •■■ FOR SALE! BY OWNER—I lot SB X 116; new house, Just finished, large ' .-. enough for small family; within 100 < I-;; yards from car line station. Wood I and coal yards at your door. Store 1 and butcher shop within 2 blocks, t Free mall delivery every morning. i Perfect title. Price $500; *100 rash i . and $10 a month. Enquire 403 Call ■ fornia lilli'. Waterfront lots for summer ! homes. Frank A. Ma gill, 410 Prov- . ident mag. „ The most critical time In the bat tle of life. Is when a man has to ' decide whether he will build a home ' 'or pay rent Let us show you our beautiful addition and explain our proposition before you decide. $15 . monthly will buy a beautiful Ilttl'i home. Do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 April 1909

PAGE 8, MOWPAY, APBXL 26 PROBING FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT The entire morning session of the grand Jury today was occu pied In the taking of evidence relative to the death of little Al bert Hagen, who was run down •nd kilted by an automobile on South Eleventh street between G Mid Tacomi avenue March 21, 1908. Albert Hagen waß the 11 --year-old son of Harold Hagen, a grocery man. He was playing in the street on the day in question, When a touring car driven by Richard Windsor, a young High school toy, came down the hill. The young man set hl3 brakes, but the heavy car sHd down the hill, knocking the little fellow DECLARES GREAT NORTHERN IS TRYING TO PROTECT JUDGE GORDON (By United . Press leased Win.} fe*SPOKANE, April 26. — "The iGreat Northern railway is conspir ing with Judge Gordon, aiming to defeat the ends of Justice," said ' Prosecutor, Fred C. Pugh • Satur day night when the grand jury re turned ' three \ more . indictments against Judge Gordon for embez zlement. This makes six ind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. 6. NO. 108 TACOMA GIRL RUNS AWAY WITH $440 OF MOTHER'S MONEY WOMAN S REPORTED MISSING Mrs. Herman Biek Vanishes Sudden ly- Had Been Despondent Lonesome and worried over Im aginary troubles, Mrs. Herman Biek, C 612 South Junette street, left home last Thursday, and has not been seen since. She is be lieved to have purchased a rail road ticket for New York, her former home, where she has rela tives. Before leaving home, Mrs. Biek took $65, the entire cash savings of Tier husband and her- Belf, merely leaving a brief note to the effect that she was tired of living so far away from all her friends. At firet fear was entertained that Mrs. Biek might have com mitted suicide, but judging from the tone of the note, the police think that she has left the city. Mr. and Mrs. Biek were married In New York eight months ago.: They had a small sum of money | between them, and came to the coast. Mr. Biek bought a little co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1909

mPW % TITWPAT. ATKOj T ISw " -'"Li" ■ '■!" ''. ' . '' ■'i_~—«—. JL I TOD A Y'S SPOR TING WEWS TACOMA LOSES ON ONE WILD THROW % Jf,: NORTHWEST LEAGUE. ; M 3«fc '■■--.; Standing. - U;. - % -,t\Y • Won Loot Pet I /SeattleV.,.....• 7 8 .700 ■: i!Bpok*ner......,T 8 .700 Vancouver ... ,5 4 .555 Taooma ?......» 4 6 .400 ; Aberdeen .iViiß.: i 6 .333 [P0rt1and'..,...'.3 - 7 .300 I • « OUTPLAYS SEATTLE UNTIL SSis NINTH % INNING ; AND THEN GIVES BIWABH Till THE VICTORY. SEATTLE. April 27.—With more than an even chance for vic tory yesterday, the Tacoma Tigers lost to Mike Lyoch's Srwash' tribe in the ninth Inning toy Cartwright § throwing the ball into the bleach ers, allowing Akin to go clear around ; the circuit with the win ning run. v;;..'.; ■ • • ft:. ' Tacoma hammered Qua Thomp son, the ; Seattle ' twlrler, for 11 o kits. » Samuels outpitched htm and (he Tigers outplayed Seattle all the way until the fatal heave of Cartwright. Tacoma got her two ?inw» on a hit by Cartwright and !| a home...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1909

RAILROADS WILL CUT WESTERN BATES (By United Press leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, April 27. —On June 5 transcontinental rail ways will reduce freight rates from the East.to the Pacific coast 10 cents on each 100 pounds of commodity freight, according to I a schedule of rates filed with the interstate commerce commission. The reduction is a result of the protests of Western shippers over the rates made In January. It ef fects only westbound shipments. It is expected, however, a reduc tion will be made soon on east bound shipments as well. PLAYGROUNDS LESSEN CRIME SAYS SPEAKER "Invest your money In play grounds rather than In police court costs," is the advice of Graham R. Taylor of Chicago to the people of Tacoma. Under the auspices of the Women's club he spoke at the First Congregational church last night. Mr. Taylor showed that the playground in Chicago had done much to lessen crime on the part " of the hoys. The lecture was illustrated with pictures from the reflectoscope of W. W....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1909

4, MMWPAT, AWtIL 2f» mmHE' TACOMA DAILY TIMES if'AOOMA'SOiri.Y (..ISSUED EVERY AITKmiVOOIf nriTT RUN DAT by THE tacoma I orocsw T« mmfi tuibs i*i im.inhino company. I commbrcs st. ; KB -,:'■ I■: »■«—«< at • th« Tiaai, OTaak, Paatof Hr« — »e«—<i ci— Matter. ) tacoha. i h '—<■■! fti« Orit Per Coyri SO Crmtm Z^ PUAHI «*• H»lm> Office Mai* TSS-AITBS - •M«a<h by Carrirr «r M>ni ttr Mall ffc&fcfflpm %iTl|ll[llL\ Editorial D.pt.. Main TIM-A 173.1 ;.!■ A«»«w«, Six Ma. »IBO| Yea» »XT» ~^SiSg^^ w "V"1-^' fa |,.lo» Dvpt. Mala 7»»-A17aa "liU TIMES OBTAINS THB COMPLKTK TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SKKVICB BUPPLUSD BY TH£ i«««"*-%? v^-' v'.s ;:■.■_-■. ■ UNITED PBKSS ■ ASBOCIAT IONS' 1,1: AHIOI) WIRE. ■•" V ■V^jafiß m w "■ —— -.—— ._ Lower Light Rates It la up to the city of Tacoma to go after business in the light and power market. The Beattle-Tacoma Power company Bays If the city will Increase Its load factor to 25 per cent ■ price of -cent, per kilowatt will be made in stead of the pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 April 1909

Wholesale Corner 15th Street McCORMACK BROS. Pacific Avenue Retail Is FORMAL GRANDTPENING OF TACOMA'S ~^ GREATER DEPARTMENT STORETjffj jp/jr ™ A very cordial invitation is extended to every resident of Tacoma and vicinity and to all the city's visitors •§? '-I to attend the grand formal opening of Our Greater Siore, which is now going on. We have doubled our Jl@*&tox former floor space and added many new departments. In their institution we have adhered to our stand- "^^^3^ S| I ard of merchandise. It begins where merit does and ends with the best, Every department is complete f\ if 7 and we are now able to greet our friends and customers with a large and choice stock of new spring mer- V/lU* IYICII S Department chandise - you'll like our store, you'll like our goods, you'll like our prices UfFI * to Sf SKm.fSirS z ——— THP RIKV COPNF stopp UtpU I Immense line of stylish footwear New Departments *' I M L>U»J I VV/I\l IL*l\ iD 1 V/l\ L* New Denartments Is llllmflin " n *!W Spri...

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