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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 September 1902

a SUB-GRADE FINISHED Warrants Are Ordered Drawn in Payment Thereof. Davis & Holltday Awarded the Contract for Construction of Abutments for Bridge. The city councfl met Monday night with Mayor Lippitt in the chair ami Councilinen (odd, Dingle, Lommasson, Mastin and Wheeler present. H. S. Holiingsworth appeared befoie the council with reference to the suit now pending for street grade tax ou Thorn Htreet and offered to compromise by paying f 100 and stopping suit. J. It. Good asked that some disposi tion be made of the James dedication of the east 40 feet of lot 3, block 15, Bleeker & brown's addition to the city of Colfax, wherein it appears that there was a misunderstanding regarding the same. The council at once by resolution acknowledged and admitted the owner ship of J. It. Uood to said tract as be ing of record of a date prior to that up on which the city had offered for record the dedication. A petition signed by F. N. English et al, residing on College hill, asking th...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 September 1902

GRAND ENTREE OF AUTUMN MODES The new Fall fashions will receive their first showing tomorrow. It is an unrivaled exhibit in many ways and of special interest to fashion adherents. To add interest to the occasion we otter very special values in new goods that we were fortunate enough to secure under price. NO 1Q nf IIPPITTQ SEEIES or Wednesday stopeiss sales = 111 Ul LHIIIIU •WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1902. w f?^e Pl!f,^ o ? n !;^ areM Ladies^MisiseTl^^ j flktrlo^^^ i fabrics, every late weave, every new novelty is here in > < > \ i splendid variety. Owing to some very fortunate pur- > < I 111 tiki* ronniAii^ ' I >-k /*» < ? chases we are able to offer you the following extra- <! ) l.JIIlt*! \*dl 1111~11l S« < > llfllkl* S <, ordinary values. S ' (! ' Vfllul • (, ]i ■ — s ? < !• ]> HomeSDUn Suitings ncheß J*fc Our entire cloak section has an aspect of Fall and Winter. The newest fashions i «5c to f 125 quality silks in remnants, during nf\* i . ,...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 September 1902

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Kttebliihed, 1877. Entered at the poatoffice at Colfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ■ttx Month*, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. Official Paper of the City of Colfax o It. At \ Time Card. To Portland. 7:05 p.m. To Spokane 6:35 a.m. 3:10 p.m. To Pendleton 11:05 am. 7:05 p.m. From Moscow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:35 p.m. REPUBLICAN TICKET For Congressmen—W. L. Jones of Yakima, F. W. Cushman of Tacoma, W. E. Humphrey of Seattle. For Supreme Judge—Hiram E. Hadley of Whatcom. Whitman County Ticket. Senator, Eighth District—G. B. Wilson of Pullman. Senator, Ninth District—John L&thrum of Oake&dale. Repreeentatives, Eighth District-J. A. Dix of Gartield, Geo. M. Witter of Thornton. Representative*, Seventh District—E. J. Durham of Uniontown, Lillis F. Smith of Endicott. Sheriff—J, E. Oanuttof Golf ax. Auditor—O. P. Hendricson of Farm...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 September 1902

i Ihe College d»S I { Course Must PSHI \ Be Shortened i By Proident HARPER ot the Uni,erut>- of Chicjo J*J ■ " • I fl " If?" f T ■jjsiMZ] AN"V men who are preparing for a profession are dis- U Tw! Unctly injured by the labt year or tv>'° in coile e°- There are some men for whom the college atmos l^^P ?here' B8 distineui3hed fr°m that of the profeesional ■n^ school, is not a wholesome one. Men who in col lege idle away their time in many cases find the more strenu ous life of professional training exactly suited to their needs. THE FEELING GROWS STRONGER IN EVERY QUARTER THAT THE COLLEGE COURSE, AT LEAST FOR THOSE WHO ARE TO ENGAGE IN A PROFESSION, MUST BE SHORTENED. It -lues no t seem that the Harvard plan of three years meeta with general favor, even in Cambridge, although, according to the official report, 40 per cent of the men now graduating from Harvard col lege finish their academic work within three years. It would eeem 1., he a better plan to allow those who do not con...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 September 1902

6 Auditors Annual Exhibit OF THE Finances of Whitman County State of Washington From Jaly 1, 1901 to June 30, 1902 GENERAL STATEMENT OF ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEAR 1901. Values as Returned by Assessor. Farm realty, total value of land and improve ments $ 7,920,485 Farm realty, total value of lands and improve ments 1,576,085 Railroad realty—Assessment main and side tracks, but not lands 1,542,703 Personal property, value exclusive of exemptions 2,902.272 Total value of taxable property in Whitman county, 1901 $13,941,545 Value as Equalized by County Board of Equalization. Town realty, total value of land and improve ments % 7,638,215 Town realty, total value of lands and improve ments 1,569,170 Railroad realty—Assessment, main and side tracks, but not lands 1,542,703 Personal property exclusive of exemptions 2,907,992 Total value of all taxable property in Whitman county, 1901 $13,658,080 Value as Equalized by the State Board of Equalization. Farm realty, total value of lands and improv...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 September 1902

PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Underwood, who have been visiting with friends in Ta cotua, returned to their Colfax home Saturday. Mrs. Fanny Barbee arrived in Colfax Sunday morning from St. Louis and is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Me— toy. She will aiso visit Pullmani where she owns property, before return ing east. Mrs. Aaron Kubn and Daughter Rena left last week for Portland, where Miss Uena will attend St. Helen's Hall. H. A. Hulin, who has been in Colfax for several weeks past attending to the harvesting on bis place, returned to Ta •oma Saturday. Miss Lulu Carter left Sunday evening for a months' visit with Portland rela tives. Mine Maud Anderson left last week for Walla Walla, where she will attend W 7hitinan college. Mi** Catherine Boswell returned to Portland Monday to resume her studies at St. Mary's Academy. Bertie Bragg left Sunday for Portland, where he will attend the Portland Busi ness college the coming year. C. L. MacKenzie left Sunday for a ten...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 September 1902

8 THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR | THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. g Early Showing of AuUimrT^ Early Autumn Millinery CLOTHING I New Fall Tailor-Made Skirts About 500 new and superb styles of early autumn Ready- A , . . iri to-Wear Hats. Each is a gem of artistic workmanship, An unprecedented showing of Fall and Winter Clothing. f Plea*inS extensive showing of new arrivals of La ..! x i * • • k~«r,-«,, +v^ f^, lQ t AnA i, fiiS nr. dies -Dress Skirts, Rainy Day Skirts and Pedestrian with neat simple tnmmmj, showing he rue touch tat Up _ to . Date Suita and Overcoats for Men, Boys, Youths Skirts, at prices that will meet the sanction of discrimi indicates otvle. A flood ot new ideas in the collection * „ r . .. . . T . . and the prices, in accordance with our value giving policy, and Little Gents. Every Suit and Overcoat that goes !"'d. JSPS. ran...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 September 1902

TSS COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR. Our Pall Suits Are Here iYIHI l\j If It's New, If ß Here If It'B Here, It's New V^IIOI/ <l XA JU^V^ S (Hand Tailored Kull styles we are showing '" tl"' \ / BBfcf^ij^' " '^^J^^& Hart, Schaffner A Marx Tailor V ffl IPPSI Made Clothing. There in much to A[ If Bp|f| Is we and learn-a knowledge flint W \ l| you cuu't glean by studying styles ffi^*Wm^^&M of other makes of clothes. H. S. Ac M. clothing >H widely different in M'^^rfe;;;;|a style, pattern and making from nil W<-^® Ipl^ll other niakeH of clothes am! this Illiii§ wide difference is what makes the VMsiila tiPta 11.5.4 M, riot lies vastiv superior X^Mb^j||ol to any other clothing in the world. Pll^^gF Suits from $U) to $25. Sold in JggZSZX*™ 4lr&*M§iS Colfax only at our store. 4j(§3*!^ '4Ji*£& I Red Front Clothing Co. I fRADMrUTQ sll^ uHllmLli 10 Tj A>j\ lamm"'*' co. ~tlm* the FamoiiH B/ pip, I Chicago Tailors a , \Wl\\ "The Best on Earth" I M|l I have a large st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 September 1902

2 SCHOOL TEXT BOORS Prices of the New Text Books Adopted by County Board. Law Provides Supplementary Read ings to Katablieh High Stand ard in Our Schools. The County Board of Education,which under the law has "power to select, in troduce and use additional and supple mentary books at any time, when they deem it necessary, in order to establish and maintain the highest standard of excellence in their Kboots," has adopted for use in the ungraded schools the fol lowing books: New Education Reader, book 1, to precede Lights to Literature, book 1. New Education Header, book 2, and Child Life in Tale and Fable, to be used as Bupplrinentary to Lights to Litera Mire, books 1 and 2. Natural Elementary Geography, for 4th grade. Brown's Graded Mental Arithnietic.for Md to Bth grades, inclusive. Prey's Complete Geography, for 7th and Bth grades. These books will be furnished to the people at Colfax, Pullman, Palouse, Te koa, Oakesdale, Colton, Winona, Gar Held and Rosolia, at the following ex c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 September 1902

GRAND ENTREE OF AUTUMN MODES The new Fall fashions will receive their first showing tomorrow. It is an unrivaled exhibit in many ways and of special interest to fashion adherents. To add interest to the occasion we offer very special values in new goods that we were fortunate enough to secure under price. NO 141 fif I IPPriTQ SEBIES OP WEDNESDAY STOPEISE SALES = *TE Ul "I I II I U "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEK 1, 1902. I v i^l^fSlh^r... Ladies', Misses' and Children's Extnu>rdin^r^^ j, fabrics, every late weave, every new novelty is here in i 1 I i splendid variety. Owing to some very fortunate pur- J HllfAii f^ rt *»vr* *» o. < j chases we are able to offer you the following extra- <; > \/UI( k| t-JrcirillCll IS. ni. , ordinary values. S > Vflld 9 i] | Homespun Suitings Sht neho7 Si?k «i °ur entire cloak section has an aspect of Fall and Winter- The newest fashions ti&S&^Xf 11* eilke in remnants, dunn X fio J {sKSfi?s^tßitt^iSaL# st in Tailor Suits> Coats> Skirts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 September 1902

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the poatoffice at Colfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar one Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. Official Paper of the City of Colfax O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:05 p.m. To Spokane 6:35 a.m. 3:10 p.m. To Pendleton 11:05 am. 7:of> ?>.m. From Moscow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:35 p.m. REPUBLICAN TICKKT For Congressmen—W. L. Jones of Yakima, F. W. t'ushman of Tacoma, W. E. Humphrey of Seattle. For Supreme Judge—Hiram E. Uadley of Whatcom. Whitman County Ticket. Senator, PMghth Dintrict -G. B. Wilson of Pullman. Senator, Ninth District—John Lathrum of Oakebdale. Representatives, Eighth Dmtrict—J. A. Dix of Gartield, Geo. M. Witter of Thornton. Representative*, Seventh District—E. J. Durham of Uniontown, Lillis F. Smith of Rndicott. Sheriff-J. E. Canuttof Coif ax. Auditor —O. P. Hendricson of ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 September 1902

Dignitaries Who Are To Visit Us [Special Correspondence.] Washington, Sept. 1.-i n former days U was the proper thing for Americans to make the "European tour." Nowa days a European cannot be said to be in the swim unless he has toured the United States. With the growing im portance of this country has come a greater desire on the part of foreign ers to become acquainted with its physical features, and this desire is by no means confined to the ordinary tourist class. Notable citizens and even princes of European and Asiatic countries are flocking to our shores In numbers unheard of in former years. The fashion seems to have been set by the late LI Hums Chang, and it has spread to soch an extent that soon the citizens of tills country will note with little more than passing interest the visit of any potentate of less rank than a reigning monarch. While Prince Henry of Prussia was probably the most important visitor we have had this year, there have been others with great claims upon...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 September 1902

f> A Young Man on the Woman Question IT is not often that young men have serious views on the woman ques tion. The individual girl occu pies their minds quite sultieieutly, but woman in the abstract, her rights and her wrongs—no. Not till man is married and has been duly dis ciplined or otherwise does lie, as a rule, begin to meditate on woman the sex. When, therefore, an intelligent, good looking, marriageable aud lively young man evolves out of his own head "views" on the woman question, he makes a new departure and a record foe youthful masculinity. Be ought to tie welcomed and encouraged to keep *ti thinking. Perhaps his example will inspire other youths to do likewise. In a private letter to a woman friend the young man. who thinks he may be called Mr. Smith for short, says: "You know I see a good deal of do mestic life. I am, I believe, as familiar with the Inside of a home as are must folk of the 'sterner sex,' which expres sion makes me tired sometimes. On our fl!de I see...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 September 1902

IWS OF THE COITY Things Heard, Said and Done by Our Neighbors. Reported by Correspondents of The Gazette and Gathered from Other Sources. AliBlON. Little Clell Rice is very ill with ty phoid fever. J Miss Hila Patterson attended the W t. 1. U. state convention last week in .Spokane, as delegate of Albion union Public school began Monday, Septem ber H, with all four rooms occupied. Mr Dyke of Colfax is principal. This is the stillest, busiest harvest time we've ever known here. Men and teams are Bcarce, but the weather is ideal. Mi*s Meda Thompson of Pomeroy visited relatives here last week. lire E. Morrison baa so repaired her cottage on Main Btreet that it is one of the prettiest houses in town. Jasper VVheteel is very ill at his home in this place. A new «ir! baby came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Shriver the evening of September 15. Mrs. David Hull had a visit last week with two of her brothers from Pomeroy. Mrs. Lettie Hogue has returned from her visit to a Bister in Los Ang...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 September 1902

B THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THf PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MQHEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MOIEY. BEDDING SALE EARLY FALL offering special Blankets, Comforters and Spreads—Surpassing Values Most every housewife knows the values of blankets and yon may rest as sured that the qualities we are offering; are genuine and the prices lowest 10-4 Fine Ail-Wool Blaukets, iv t»ns and silver grey, 11-4 Blankets, guaranteed pure lamb's wool both warp Extra Large Comforters, made of fine quality silk-lene Dm CDPrAntt with fancy borderH, edge embroidered with -j* .q and filling, edge embroidered with silk, in tan, silver knotted with zephyr yarnß, fillpd with fine nualit -OXiU »3lrriJiiil.-LFO zephyr yam, worth $6 00, for y?.«O grey aud white, funcy borders in canary, A# » Art enow fluke cotton buttiinir doable mitrheH lj j t i•♦ Kio«»k a i <r Um —- ,i- fe :,ud blue, a M Mt ... for... $8...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 3 October 1902

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR. It is always economy to buy the best goods Why ? & ft? a t£' &£ X' 5?t3»W giving satisfaction ail around. Such goods will always be found at BROWN & KIMBALLS You will Bod their Dress Goods, Drees Trimmings and, in fact ever* line to be of the very newest and up-to-date patterns. Their'ready mS Skirts and Waists are beauties. eaay made Remember their FUR SALE only lasts till Saturday, October 4th. Their CRAVENETTE COAT is really the only rain proof DRESS OVERCOAT on the market. Suits aud Overcoats schoolboys. We do Merchant Tailoring RIGHT. ' Always bear in mind that we Pell the Genuine SELZ SIIOEB [or Men, Women, and Children. In rainy reason we have rubber for you. We Carry Anything in Groceries. Bring Us Your Produce BROWN & KIMBALL Phone Main 621 COLPAX, WASHINGTON. UAnlYluilO TV >* For Men and Women /rP^ \ LAM k 0(1 %"tWT^> Un.in.ai (XI UUi f\\\\ 4 Chic Hern TaUora U i \Wl\l "The Best on Earth" jj wj\ I have a large sto...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 3 October 1902

2 WHEELER'S SHOWING County Resources Inflated Forty Thou Hand Dollar*. The County Court House Will Soon be a Wonderfully Valuable Piece ol Property. The efforts put forth by the democratic administration of the auditor's office, duriug the incumbency of Chas. G. Riby and 11. H. Wheeler, to make a "good showing" to the taxpayers of Whitman county, is indeed amusing to say the least. The readers of The Gazette well remember what a "good showing" Mr. Kaby has made, but they ure, perhaps, not aware that Mr. Wheeler has also made a "showing." A "comparative statement" of the resources and liabili ties of this county under the last two administrations are worth studying: Resources. item*. Rep. Dem. Cash iv treasury ........ *151,639.54 1118,2/2 49 Uncollected taxes . . 58,2*6 59 44,:W9 62 < :ounty farm, etc 5,500 00 5, .00 00 rttock, etc., county farm . 1000.00 1.000 00 Court house and grounds. 104,500.00 150,000.00 PMJU&JU };:«7,-i0i.40 Liabilities. itfms. Rep. Dem Cash, due state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 3 October 1902

NO 11 nf I IPPITTQ SBBIES Or WEDNESDAY SURPRISE SALES = IV "' LH I II I Q WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1902. Wednesday October Bth will be a day long to be remembered in the history of Colfas. On this day Lippitt will make his Annual Fall Display of New Goods T^ADVANTA^THANJ^OOMIITa TO LIPPITT'S IF ONLY TO SEE THE £S OPPEES Dress Goods j: New Kid Gloves BpedlTblSti^k i | SHklv^ I » .r»(>-inch all-wool Rainy Day Skirtinz, in Oxford cravs • <« n n ■t. n ,„„ , L '! < TTaiOtO I, < Salee > a yard VOL > —^^ ? *« 50, durinK No. 15 of Wednendsv Sur- ©KAn 'I t< T 1 T —■"" ~W m~^T^r~^d j Prise ealos, each J f^D.iH)' „.-,,.JfSlifi? JULIUS LIPPITT Knit Undenvear for Fa!! or black, edgPR tailor stitched lined with mm^med J, <--»- rv_^ _A_«J M^. _^_ J *_ _JL S Ladl^' J erße y Bftbad Combed EkTPtiaa Cotto. T««ft { BB^^k^^S THE P,O NEER MERCHANT, COLPAX, WASH. ■;r _ i THE mm RECORDS Title to Good Palouse Realty is Swapped for Coiii. Mortgages on Lands and Chattels Given and Release...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 3 October 1902

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffiee at Collax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Mouths, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-Sve per ceut discount for advance payment. Official Paper of the City of Colfax O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:05 p.m. To Spokane 6:35 a.m. 3:10 p.m. To Pendleton 11:05 am. 7:05 p.m. From Moscow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 pm. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:35 p.m. REPUBLICAN TICKKT For Congressmen—W. L. Jones of Yakima, F. W. Cußhman of Tacoma, VV. E. Humphrey of Seattle. For Supreme Judge—Hiram E. Hadley of Whatcom. Whitman County Ticket. Senator, Eighth District-G. B. Wilson of l'ullman. Senator, Ninth District - John Lathrum of < )ake<>dale. Representatives, Eighth District J. A. Dil of Gartield, Geo. M. Witter of Thornton. Representatives, Seventh District— E. J. Durham of Uniontown, Liliia F. Smith of Endicott Sheriff—J. E. Canutt of Colfax. Auditor —O. P. Hendricso...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 3 October 1902

s§ll2!^2_£s2mj|u§!ness E, hs,,:r:::;i'.:: uuebt Do liot hul take advantage of this opportunity. Come early. ' [lEve^^ DUFFY SHOE CO. f^^^ —^^^^^^J COLPAX, T^ASHIISTOTOINr. I ?' Bdllg fa YoUl' Xe l)airill-- The New Army Uniform I Special Correspondence.] New York, Sept. I.—Just before sail- Ing for Germany, where they will offi cially represent this country at the German army maneuvers, Major Gen erals Young and Corbln were photo graphed in their new field service uni forms. Uncle Sam's soldiers will not assume the recently adopted olive drab fighting clothes until after July 1, 1903, but our official envoys to the kaiser's mimic war lest are authorised to wear their new suits while abroad. A line appearance the two big senior major generate make in the olive drab, for both are over six feet in height and of goodly proportions. The new uniform is received with much favor by officers on duty in Washington who have become familiar with its great advantages over the khaki or the old blu...

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