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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 January 1903

I ??>?? I I | FOOTUGHT GLEAMS'4 j ?Critical enthusiasm, fashionable eclat, and popular favor are sure conclusions H at the Academy of Music on Monday ^Klayfht, when Kathryn Kidder, -the faH mo u.s star of Mine. Sans Gene," Is to give us frefth demonstration of Iter mas terly <*ramat1c art, "Aa Bye for an Eye * I a moving drama of modern social life and'manners. Is the novelty that Miss Kidder is to offer us, the main features of whic^i readers of the dramatic notes of this paper have already had present0 *1?- a- el yvv umrui nuiu iiUIt? IU UUJt, 1 Ut*_ play. o? everybody in touch with the -highest "form* -of the .Iram* know J. is by the younger Dumas, the genius who gave the world "Camllle," at an age that finds most youths at scho&l. Reports from other cities declare the play to be a revelation in analysis of the feminine soul under certain trying conditions. It Is a young wife that the playwright selected for his chief subject In this play. / If t...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 January 1903

PK miEBEN'S T DEPARTURE erally Received in Washington as His Virtual ccs From Berlin State That He as Not RccalleH/But Asked - For a Leave of I Berlin. Jan ' ? Ambassador ' Von Holtaben >raf not recall td from Washington, But learning that his gov eminent was not wholly satisfied with his work anil fe<litvg ill and dtprosaod. he cabled l-jz a ioug leave of absence., which' was immediately granted. He will not return to Washington. Baron Speck Von Sternluirg's temporary as-sigument as charge d'affaires of Oer-' many at Washington will he followed after interiSi by bis appointment as Ambassador The Baron, ir. th* meantime, will retain his position a? consul general of Germany at Calcutta. _ All foreign cflhe officials will say ' a boat Von Hollebon is; ? -'W<? has not- been recalled and his leave Is granted tipdn his own initiative. The government would never recall an ambassador in the mhlst of fm- I portant negotiations without grave reasons, attti t...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 January 1903

MOT. FIELD! Have for my dally i " of Holy Writ. I bill I The International Su v ?_ First Huartir lastnn I* . Copyright. r>*vt? w. Clark. The sublime example of the patient and even joyous endurance of extreme and ignominious suffering which Paul gave at Phjlippl never could be forgotten. The miraculous deliverance, the conversion of the Jailer, the visit of the pretors In person to the prison to liberate tlioee whom they had unjustly condemned?alL tended to. puc the gospel in the most favorable light possible before the people of that city. Nto wonder that one of the very strongest apostolic churches sprang suddenly Into existence on the very scene of fiPaul's suffering?a church to which tea years later tie poured out his vi-fy soul in this glorious epistle, well called Paul's love-letter.-"The word "joyous" Is the keynote to the epistle. "1 rejoice." "My Joy." "Rejoice ye." Strange that a letter fairly brimming with felicity should huve been written by a prisoner whose c...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 January 1903

Put Everything in th?- ".i*:nilry 1?hj? m>n:T liHli! :tr.; ba<h t?v,i:n>!' v or ' a:' r ni.i\ In in-j Ii, Jur? d in the wash The and m<>.- ?>'J.\:ite wr;ic!i< pa-.- th ;>;uth *?* our hands wtvhoii' mutilation RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY do?i ,i!i work' wel\., To do anything badly would Injun- the reputation weenjoy ; " W. S. and J. B. GREENWAY It is finite aiiT i.-y matter Jii decid.* ' why wo ure nelling more Heaters and | Ctfok Stoves than our iioighbors. au ! -you will sec a_t a glance wh'on you >" - . compare our prices. \V- have ati civ-J gan sufrp'y of eight-day nickel alarm 1 ?" - chx-hs, and furniture for the rh h an I . the poor, tlome Christinas Toys at half' price. Anionns Knitting Varn to beat | the band. Come atid j<er tis. r. ' ' W. S. Greenway & Son's General Auctioneers and Dealers. A. J. KBNNJRD~ L P"'" T lr- E -u-i.rc!:ab* Waaii-cr Sw. him; he will te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 January 1903

__ ; (E!)c t)cniivg JSxttis. j ^ VOL. (>, NO. tiii. ROANOKE, VA., MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12. 1!M?3, PRIOR 1 OETCr H \" *U ~~ * ' """" *~ II Skates.. __1| O - ' o i| We Have Them II :: Your Horse H < * Needs a Good Blanket j | . 1 o This Pinching Weather. ?> 0 . < > . :: Our Laprobes ! 1 > i M i 1 > 1 \\ Are Among the Best ;;; < > < > * * * ^ "" ' jf FAIRFAX & BELL, ]| t- Tlit Hardwari Hustlers, <j j| ( S.J H4\KKK>< ?N | i m ,i i We Have The Finest w ~ ** I Lino of Oranges, Lemons. Nuts, j , Figs, Dates, Candies, Grapes, L. \ L. Raisins and Cranberries ton be found in the City and prices ! ' the lowest. Come in and see J ( us. I, HUNTER & 00. ! _ THE GROCERS. ] Cor. Salem ave. and Commerce St " i WEDDING | BELLS.... /) . ; J HAVE YOU BOUGHT I i YOUR PlijttSEXT? |, j \ The handsomest liueeverin Koan- i * okc,...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 January 1903

| FOOTLIGHT GLEAMS j EZ- _- Tbf <1 ramaUv- aousn t of the month. ;f . 1 Dot Indeed of the* entire theatrieal >nMb' will-be the p.-rfarniain't1 i?>:i J USe Academy of M-nsic. of "An Ky. ' r j an Eye." the play- by Alexander l>u oas |? File. now brlBK presented in this < > i:> I try for -the first time* by "Sfiss is u!r \ n . K? ^ KWder and an--t-xc-ellent s?p;?o-: nir ; Brf"; Xcompany. The p!ay has cr? aud a ,'n ! Ki- > rore ol favor where* er it has been of ( fered. Miss Kidder herself winpittK wire *'Det',>n 'n 1he main role, greater in j I quality an<i j<ro;>on otis man an\ ?> tor | 1^ l*rt easeyod by h-r in h?-r brilliant . a I P reer as a f tar. This l)nm is Uran-a it i> i long Wa agi-r y ?? <c?t ia'? ?I for ;>jr! feb. eaterjtris'lnic .Vmor <;in :na::a*?-*. I llr not until la-: simrr.'r con. 1 a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 January 1903

" FITS ROANOKE I 1IKE ft SLOVE; Thi? fot'owiim urtii'.o frmi f !i> j , l..vitt:h.bur* N?w? so exactly ii< - -titles I at situation in tnat it is pr.rTt il in Tn!I. an<! It i? otuv neces-nry to mi!i> t!iv> w->r?i "uikiniivo * wht rc I.>ii. iili irn <i . ur.v "Is Lynchburg to have- a now oj>ora bouso fur n? xt season is just now u question. It is learned on me host of autli vtv that the present opera building hi the voriier of Main and KlevciMh .streets is u> be converted into a large double storehouse. which in .ali _pr<?babTity will bo occupied by one of the well-known Ikwh-' now 4?in>; bnsl- .. newt on Main street. If this is true, it means that Lynchburg will In- without a .theatre for next season unless a new playhouse is built, and as the days of ..the new year are slipping rapklly away plarrs-fnr the enterprise must be gotten iind'-r way in the lmm...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 January 1903

Hi he Even PUBLISHED EVERY WtKATHBR?Forcast for VlrRitiia soc u fe - One argument against Socialism is ' that it reverees the Jeffersoni in idea" F whicfr [ based upon a large freedom K: Of the people from too much governw neat?<hat "government is best which B|y'Jnwin least" The anarchist goes to the wjtol extreme of demolishing all k"; govemmeBt. The Socialist desires exR ceaalve. paternal administration of afR_ lairs. Tbe Socialist would have the |.1 gOTcrnnent control railway, mines ft. raid moat other things now in private g^. bands. It ie true that monopolies and trusts are making Socialism jjopular. .because of their exactions, and. while they are politically anti-Soclalist'c. they are playing into the hands of Bx* their enemies. The Democratic party. - if It remains Jefferaonlan in its prinIm ciplee, moat be conservative. It must be opposed to anarchy*on the one hand jutKf Social lam on the other. It must ||l Judiciously oppose private monopoly vrhUe~pfxStecting la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 January 1903

nratBS' appeal iat CAUSE A WAR Ural day. At nighc they received CO cents each. instead of f2.f>0. and they protested, Itut they were told to be careful of their mouey, as they would be expected to pay purl of the ro*?i of their material out of it at the end of the week. . Thle condition of affairs cpntinued ror uiree wp?k?. men rorty-two men escaped. Bui qlL l>m ten wore recaptured ivtui takeij back to the* mine. The ten mwlc'-fhelv/ watj'. to thle city. Thy lu*?l their iW before Manm Braxm, ^iWPor of a Hungarian newspaper, at 54 St. Mark's place. Braun went to Washington throe days ago. Ho telegraphed last night that the Austrian ambassador had taken tip the case -and wanted affidavits. CUPID TOO SLOW * Tilephene Missagi Cot Short Excitiig Elopement Staunton, - Va.. Jan. til.?Augusta <-ounty is in a state of excitement over the elopement of Miss Mattie Montgomery, the attractive seventeen-year-ola daughter of John W. Montgomery, a prominent farmer o...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 January 1903

KpkTTBNPT ON Bp DUKFS LIFE E- r. Man Giving Name-as Feito Ej .. Shoots Into Royal Procession at Madrid. But His Mama Jerked Him Eack. Would-Be Assassin Believed to Be Insane - Declares He Is ETJp Not an Anarchtst. B?r-~ tJowac'-f Qdk-u t'hr:s.;!:i7i a:i-l ! I< ourt were returning from afternoon a man. who af'-rwrini guv ^ one tke-etm'Hig*** tn the toy.?I i"?.' one was Injur**! The kln^lo a-d ?:? e-htJ* iTrirl put his foTuJ ccp of tin v -i i i;?K' window but h" was nitne<l:a*' 1 dragged bark into ho, sva: by quern mother. The ?x ott of ? guards threw t hcmst '\, s r, . WOUld -'>e :i s>:i - ,n . .1 L.. i , k?i i_ Fcito was tak? n to tin pou> >::,f Where h(> said thai h" ?! ! n>! des n e. kill t!ie ...ng. but the grand ? ii.tmN r_ lain, the duke of So:o:u;?y.i. at whocarriage he had aimed. M? was .? .?; .1 <1 and in' his pockets w?|v found immalleri letters marked "legist* ml" ati 1 addre...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 January 1903

OPfcKATORS :r ON THE STAND Coal Men Testify Before Anthracite Coal Strike Commission. , No Merit in Miners' Demand for 20 Per Cent. Increase in Wages. Employment Healthful, Not Hazardous. Philadelphia. Jtyn If).?The r*;presentntues or the?Delaware & Hudsu^* Com pa-ay. ih li.*<^of_the coal oonipunie.'Tlo present i-s s|(h' of thecontroversy w.th the anihrat Ite ni'.ue%\yorkere to tin* .-tii-ko commission, occupied both bosk ions today of the commission. Three persons jipprared before the arbitrato s on liehaif of tip* coni|-?ny. i - They were James H. Torrey, ?>f Scranton. the rout:>any's* principal . counsel . ill till' ttlrnnvr of David Wihox, tio-vlce-.t'i.esid' tit dud general counsel <.f the cotDiNiny who is ill. Chns. Ki)-c of Scrajiton, superintendent of the uiir.InK departnnuit of the company. and" troller of fh>v corhfianv. Mr. Torr??y made an address indicating wli.it the cqtnpauy i:r? n.l?M to prove. Suporln...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 January 1903

^ Put Everything: in Rk' _ the lawndry bag. Don't hold, anvthlcj R:'i back because you fear it may \<+ in Jurvtl in the wash. T'h" weakest anc mos' nMSrale tart ides pass throng! our bands without mutilation. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY Kfe: - 3oes alt work well. To do anything Bl ........ badjy woulil injure the reputation w* ehjoy. E W. S. and J. B. GREENWAY It is quite an easy matter to deoid why we are selling more Heaters and Rftipi- . . Cook Stoves than our neighbors, an I Bk vow will see at a glance when yon con.pare our price--./ >V" ^i.tw an eivgan snpply of eight-day nickel alarm clocks,. and furniture for the rich and Ej- '. _ the poor. Some Christmas Toys at half price. Amonns Knitting Yarn-to beat the band. Come and see us. W. S. Greenway & Son's . General Auctioneers and Dealers. I* A. J. ItBHHtStr? -jCl.gr ^HE reliable Plumber See "^"hinrriie ^ill tell you of the itAporfance of haviDg tbe best . Plumbing at lowest prices.. CAMPBELL AVE., W....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 January 1903

t ?fc ?VOL g; NO.?l. 2 '".!_ ROANOKE, VA., rUESDAY EVENING. J*NUAKY 13, 19?T ?. PRTOK^WTRW^Wi !i Skates. / If 0 -' ' ' ^ o \l We Have Them i: 1 * < -.* ? ' <' *"?il Your Horse ~ ij < . Needs a Good Blanket j; \ I This Pinchinjf Weather. 3 3 i: Our Laprobes . Are Among the Best ;; < > < >. ~ it FAIRFAX & BELL, jj *.v i > . V i >' '' , Tin Hardware Hustlers, ' 3! ?- i\ .. - j } S. Jkfkkrson St. * j? i ^ i ? * v*:> \ ... I We Have The Finest I Line of Orange. Lemons, Nuts, Figs. Dates, Candies, Grapes, L. L. Raisins and Cranberries to be found in^tbe City and prices . . the lowest. Come in and see us. |:A HUNTER & CO. I . THE GROCERS. Cor. Salem ave.-and Commerce 8t wk WEDDING P''. BE LLS...r I ' _ HAVE YOU BOUGHT ^ T?OUR PRESENT;The handsomest line ever in Roanoke. Cut Class, Silver, brlca-brac, H beautiful, tasteful. Costs nothing I' ^k. W GREEN kJ A 1...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 January 1903

Kg FOOTUGHT GLEAMS j vepF^SlieB: Kathryn Kidder Alld show us a J ; mighty One play and a heap of vex> L J- Dae acting at the Academy of Mush 6? test night when the gifted star presentC?".. ad for the ft rat time in Roanoke the , * dramatization of 'Dumas F1U' romance,] BtV-"Ffcocillion," entitled "An Eye for Am , Kaiya." Wo are heartily sick of The ?' . problematic society play and d?> "hop** . KV that the crow\l of female. staYs tb.it ] ?" aire touring the country this season , Kr Imposing upon our tastes with su h WRI dwindle before next season ] h for "w& are bitterly op pas -d to seeing ! the innermost dolllirs of societv em.. Ihtliy as the playwright sees flt to v"?*- I F^pcribe. Hut we are branch'og away ! :- ^oa Miss Kidder and 'An Kye for Nr. \ \W> did IIkv her and h<T p'.tv f R la of the society sort, but thm> ar~ mo many bright and pufcgent linc.^ *h t p., wo could enjoy what we heard ami lis ] ton to. An a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 January 1903

& ^ NJSEOS UP THE AFFLICT tD. . Virginia Conference of C. end C. | Meets in Richmond. On February 10,? 11 and 12 the Virginia Conference of Charities and Cof* ^ tactions will meet In Kit hmond., 1 The conference, has no official i-oii- t rection with any lnstiiutA?n or flther organized I>o(ly. but la an iiulepdudent ' orKan-itat Kfii under tho direction or representative of the various, charitable' ' - jH-nal mid reformatory' institutUM*h?j nevoleit| sof-ltlea and workers In the tleUHiof charity throughout the State. The 11ui poses of the conference ti e lo educate the mi bile mind to u proper conception of the needs of the indigent. ; riofeitlve and delinquent classes; to **n- 1 courap a. h it inane ' and philanthropic ' spirit; to create and foster a deeper and more policial interest in charity and rcformator'v t>ork io orocm-e ?la?ii ' regarding the ion il it ion of-the unfort- , unate classes?\ ho destitute. the i homeless and', neglect"^. the f...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 January 1903

. PUBLISHED EVERY D In- Roan ok* Nt\ Hfe"--.. RATES! I- IgWjlwMw. I Wf*'' | 1 BOTH PHC s? : y p W3SATHWR?Korcast for A'iruinia V > day. fair and wanner. MP'? " KOAJJOKK. V.V. J .. WOMEN ENGAGED 1 Rtr^JThe industrial sphere of wonwn Is" ? , constant ly enlarging and of lute yj-ar* g womtm have been invading everyone t' Of employment, From the returns of the lest census it appears that cut of theLiOtS separate occupations reported - tbere ate only eight in which women E??ureihiss fell to appear.?It not >Lir- , K prising that there are no women among K' the soldiers, sailors and marines of the United States government, .vet there ero 158 women employed as Hr,- "boatmen" end sailors. ^5g'V "Women have not yet invaded the E< . ranks of the c+ty Are departments, still P not less than 879 women are returned ?-*?-In the same general class of "wnitchE men, policemen and detectives." 3|\ Thre sr? no women street qnr driv!: E: Judge August Van Wyvk, of New7 Yor...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 January 1903

p--v-: A 8UOO.UAOER v, ? Opmiliii ti Rap. Riolirdm J? Cioudi id Uncalled fir Washington. Jan. 13.?3]*icla!.?Sev^ra-i Democrats In the house have re-' cently been Interviewed on the question of the minority leadership. w ith a view to bringing4 out a candWlateeto oppose Representative Riebardson. of TenneB> see, the present leader of the minority. According to some of Mr. Rlchy ardson'a critics, he is not sufficiently -gggrwlve. he' lacks the qualities of leadership, and fails to take advantage *of his opportunities. To an outsider this kind of talk gives the impression that the Democrats In the house are all at seal and hopelessly *.' -j'm. is __jiot true. Ou every occasion when n thirty Ipsue was at stake.' as for instance. the Cuban reciprocity tariff hill, the Democrats tinder Mr. Richardson's _ leadership presented a united front, and with the aloof the beet sugar Republicans e^loceedei!,..in amending the bill so that it was repudiated by the Republicans in the senate...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 January 1903

P WITNESSES FOR Br THE OPERATORS ?' A. B Culver, of the Delaware W~*~? ' and Hudson Company on the Stand. ? SELLING COAL AT $5 a TON Witness Says That is the Price 'Middlemen Arc Paying For Coal at Tidewotcr. Foreman Testifies. , Philadr-ivhla'. Jan. 12.?Tho pr^^od it-Ktt b< tore t!'1, ;wUhra< '[* coat str.k < otaaiiss.on lu'lay i?r :i> lp.il/ *?r ?y-n-d-Hud+iOTV Company lo Uv. of Uh' i oiiditions existing i'J a mi al?o it | K* ' Us co!in:i"s am! to rcfut" certain testimony prcileutod against- ilie company when the miners s.ili* was being he.u-1 1 " '.' -t?W :i''V-?im'.v 1?r*?X H 1 ; t'ulvcr. of New \iork. of the 1 > 1 .*>ri and Hudson CiimpaoVj ?)n .?nrw-e*amlnation Mr* Coin. r said..th.if the !> !-. ^ aware and* Hudson Company was seilinftio.il to middlemen at Snb-'.v.per ,i\ $S a ton for prepared sizes, lie <|:<1 :i t < know w ff.rt prices the tin Idlcmen we iocclving fro...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 January 1903

LOCKED IN ROOM; 7 SHOT TO DEATH Wacon,Ga.,Woman Shoots and Kills Alleged Traducer in T Lawyer's Office. REFUSED TO SIGN PAPER ? a u 1 n jv c j --Tfi.TAinnr ncr ucaa man rouno With Own Revolver Nearby. Woman Released on $1,000 Bail. Maon. Jim. 1-? Mrs. Kilo i.. Larson. wit, of ??ra.lroud machinist ormeiiy Ui? wife o: Krnest Thoiitr.soi. i print* r. sh<>* uujti Instantly -kdle<t ftp tier i. \ , Uigshy. a at intent iit a 1* i>rnees college here. The iruKvily took l>tacp in t.ie law otfh'e of 3^ Bay-ne, ar attorney. to who in ah nil 1 ' "' -' 1 ' 1. :i 1 I)dart. Sh<* emptied h*'r ii-volver. tic atjhef shots going .wild.. She at ott?* lOlitortd tirfM-if to th<* sh< t iff.' goi.iu across the sin *>t with th** cniekhV; weapon in her hand. Ph?* ?'.? yr?:i'ii:lv id a* ml i'l jail I'll' was ?wtihsefjin trt'v id.a cd on a ImivI Of $1,000. The coroner's jury found a verdUi of I koBintury manslaugh...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 January 1903

[l v T { . <^lfc/\iYl LAUIM UKI does- o'.l work w'f M. To do. anything badly would iujnre tlu reputation wo enjoy. if- W. S. and J. B. GREEN WAY ? ti i.i niitUn to d?- :d ^iSTf why we arc fcellinR more Hooters an.l gi. Cook Steves than our neij*hl?ors. an 1J yon wuu see at a glance when you coinpariuw prices. Wd have an <.! .*J ' Kim MijmH?of ci^ht <!.u nicli"! nl.n m : clocks. an.l turnitut" for th?* ri? h an I j the poor. Dome Christmas Toys at half j price. Amonns KnittlnR Yarn to beat j the band. Tome ami see us. I', W. S. Greenway & Son's? yht? Genera) Auctioneers and Dealers. H iJ.URIAH) ! 1 ?i? reliable "luabcr See! K; him; he? will tell you of the; K imporauee of having the beat ! B Plniniiing at ioweat prieea. OA M"QKLL AVK,, VV. j If " W. I. SHIELDS & CO. K." . Art- TlOW Ridlini? nnv ami nvrCrihini; H <n the ||L Millinery Line* r, at fijyures which will surprise yon. W. L SHIELDS & CO. 1 110 SA...

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