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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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!: ,VOLUME: 3, NUMBER 154 MIAMI, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 4,1906 F IC,1rHT PA -mSt

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. It -Will Take- Concerted Action to Make the Fourth of July Celebration a Success" -Pull Together:.!

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r i I -TROUBlE RENEWED' IN MEXICO I'. I II' !; SENATOR, ARTHUR PUE GORMAN :





AND COMMENCED IN OHIO I HEART
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frfflE. KILLED AND MANY INJURED AT CANANEA. MEXICO I 11 nautili I N CITY AT u: KM is MORNING. I


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r in Conflict Between Miners and Hired Guards- .1 ness-Was a Democratic Leader and Opposed Acqusion


f : Sheriff Send for Troops and Fourth Regiment is of the Ph$ phines-He Favored and Urged Greater ;


t: Ordered Mobilized at Columbus.r mi Harbor and River Improvements. i iI i ii


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I,. LOB Angeles, Cal. June' 4- A dispatch charged at Stubensvllle between the I I> Washington, June i i 4Senator-Arthur -he was elected to the United States

; from ElPaso. TeL, says that striking miners on one side and the Pue Gorman; of Maryland, diedat Senate, as a Democrat, !Jto succeed

, renewed trouble broke out at Cansrnea hired guards on the other. None z 9:30:: o'clock this morning. The William Plnkney Whyte, and took his
were killed. 'I seat March 4, 1181. and was re-eleeuj
Mexico, last night between the The armed guards at the mines of i end came suddenly and unexpectedlyas in 1888 and In 1892., In 1903 he was

employees of the Green Mines and the United States Coal Co., were am- the Senator had been improving again elected to succeed!j George L.
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'.}" ,-the Rnrales under command of Col. bushed by sttriklng miners at 12:30 lately. Heart trouble was the cause Wellington Republican, and took his

Kosteriitsky. o'clock this morning while marchingover F. W.HAHNfandidate of death. I seat March 4, 1903. His term of service
Five rioters were killed and thirteen the hills from Glenn's Run to would have.expired March 2. 190*.
Injured. The rloCSarpke out Coal Hollow. Four of the guards (Arthur Pue Gorman, Democrat of Senator Gorman was regarded as one

shortly before the arrtaftftof two were wounded. for ClerkS Laurel, was born In Howard county of the strongest Democratic party
hundred Mexican soldiers9 from Her. CoL Amenell. has ordered that the County Maryland March 111, 1839; attendedthe leaders. He vigorously opposed the
maslllo. Many women of the higher Fourth Regiment of the State militia acqnlslon of the Philippines fought
public school In hit native
class of Mexicans are quartered In be mobilized here to go to the Jefferson Li- county tthe ratification of the farts treaty
CoL Greene' home which Is under county mines where the shooting for brief period; In 18S2 was appointed and voiced the party views that lea

guard. occurred his morning. page In {the Senate of the money be spent for big ships and .'

patches from Douglas Arlzonaje- I United States add continued in the more for river and harbor Improve i
the execution of eight of the THIRTY THOUSAND MINERS
port : Ed.
skate ments.- ) :
service of the until IS!!', at
leaders of the Cananea riots by CoL RETURN-TO WORK
KosterUtsky yesterday. To The Democratic Voters of Dade CoI which time he was appolntted post- Jeff Davis'Birthday ; ".

Springfield, 0., June 4 -About thirty master. On they! first of September Jeff Davis' birthday will be celebrated ,c'

SHOOTING OCCURS IN thousand miners, who have beenon i 1S66, he was removed from hli position by the Southern Cross Chap ,;
OHIO COAL FIELDS strike for the past two months, wialt to extend to you my sincere appreciation for your most and Immediately appointed collector ter U. D. C.. and Confederate veterans ;

resumed work today the State. The [liberal support in the primary election held May 15, in which I was a of tonight at the Fair ]bull ding. A
Internalrevenue for the 5th
Columbus. 0., June 4- Sht'rltf"oor- remaining mines will open during the candidate for nomination to the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court. : splendid programme has been prepared
hees of Jefferson county, has wired week. I district of Maryland, which office beheld and the memory of the leader and ,
For this support I
for.fifteen soldiers to be ordered Immediately 'I am profoundly grateful.A until the Incoming of the Grant president of the Confederacy commemorated '>
second will be held June 1:, and in it I stand for nomi- '
to, the scene of the shooting WOMEN'S EASTERN primary; administration In] 1S69. In November in a befitting 'manner. All

near Stnbensvflle. GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPNew 'nation by ar majority vote against one other candidate.. I feel that I of the same year he was elected a members and friends of ;both organitatlons -

A bulletin from there today says .am in everyday qualified to fill the office I seek and believe you will member of the house of are Invited to be present
that shots have been dls- York June delegates of .
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five
hundred arrange.ments
tbeSame:
me consideration in the second primary that was accorded -
legislature
give the Maryland l and
have been perfected for theIr was
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: t annual championships of the me in first reelected In 1S7L( He was then THE P PPPLE;

A: FLORIDA 1 HEIFCAPTURED Womens Eastern Golf Association, ..Appr iating fully your kindest feelings towards me. and thanking -J Speaker of the house of delegates at
which will on the links of the -
open for ihat demonstrated, I ,
already am truly
you yours the ensuing session. In June 187S
Nassau County Club tomorrow In connection ft ...17. HAHN" r I he was elected president of the C. CROP WILL[[ fi BE SHORT
with the "
trl-clty
tournament
: IN R. I.lt I & O. Canal Company, and In 1875.
between teams from PblladelphlaBos- ,
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ton and New Yrk. The llstt of entries J. OinVEG 'I'I County In the Maryland State Senate I
-H" Is larger than was expected and MOLLIE ANDRUNAWAY. HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNIRV ,
.J x. and was re-elected In 1ST9. for a
; some crack players will take part lathe 1
J term of four year'. In January, 1880
1 individual contests. "il : And Conservative [Estimate
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Thomas Vickers Identified- at ; HR( LOVER( ( VD( FOR[ ,SEASON )

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p* ? I A DARING B BURGLARY .. at
(Newport By. the Man.heRobbed PROF[:. WILLIS W ,HALL -- t
1st rill About 40.000 Crates. ::

M f in Mi RESIGNS( !PRINCIPAlSHIPOf ARE NOW.BEHIND MIAMI JAIL ALL OLD OFFICERS AND' GRADUATES WERE REELECTED OP. COM TIED IN MIAMI | !

I BARS ttACKLEY: MAKES A
LAST TERM ADMITTED TO,MEMBERSHIP
i UNIQUE EXPLANATION' WHY I
I PRICES EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD
I SATURDAY NIGHT of Gander Sons Entered .
VERY PECUUAR COINCIDENT Miami THEY' Grocery '
r I the Public School to" Enter = LEFT MIAMI.. I !
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'-T Last Friday Night and Quantity -
K New Fields of. Labor-Is. a .
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,J .;.i'r ,..' Good Educator and Will be'." ..:",I I I .. > The Alumni Society of the Miami of Provisions Carried And Profits'Will Result Above the

Vkkers Escaped From Prison Augtthmidesf > Deputy Sheriff A. P. Gore returned High School held a called meeting Away-j-No Clue. I --
Missed Here.. Saturday night from:Tampa bringing Arerage-T.be Mainland Crop Es- .
'V' I''" 1 n f v Saturday night at the home of the '
Be- W. C: Mac eJ' and Mollle Omweg I
Went to Newport, vice-president. Miss Grace Rader and
j ..' .JH ta.PHUIII w i---",* -v*tjan who,were arrested there on informa transacted the 'year's business Font -! 'pedally, Bringing Paces Above

Stealing!i and j.Identified :ByMr. tion from Dade, county, charging them new members graduates of the high j Average-Some Data. 1 r '
." To most people in Miami lt> will with living In adnltery.v It will be school this year, were added to the Considering that Miami for tbe past ;
Robinson.I rememberedilhat Mackley and the list. They were Misses Lottie May- several months IfIG.t has possessed J
come surprise that Mr. W.V.. Ji "
as
a woman.left Rhis! city April 20, going nard Alice Ellis Mildred Taylor and I i
Hall will not;'return ,to the PrinciPal.; south In a small houseboat. .A warrant Estelle Oe Rochers. a great many unsavory and undesirable i :

f fIt ship of the public schools next fall. for their arrest was sworn out With the exception of the treasurerall citizens, many of whom presented Fully half of the key ploeappte J crop

'wfll be h.remembered that an epl I Mr.'Hall has :become so ranch a part by John Omjreg. husband of the woman the former officers of the society evidence of k character not too has been moved and the next two

dim lc ,f robberies prevailed'' In thUcity of the town during his four years here .. ,The' offlcfe-attest\ Is the result. were re-elected and now: stand as follows good to steal tie city and vicinity weeks wilt see the finish;jot the crop
The reports having no :
for the season. Indications that
have been fortunate In this line are
: lasrfan.Vnnmber"or resldencea I and baa done so much for Ita Improvement trouble"wtth"the! couple and they are Prt'f1dentns. Florence Stevens. very fear I the crop will not be as large as bad

being entered and la each Instance ai.Ucles ; that the public has grown to confined" In.. Sine. county jail "awaitingtrial. I Vlce.Pre.ldentlIss: Grace Rader. and but very thefts of any nature been expected, previous! estimates

of much value, were taken. think of him almost as an institution B Secretary -Mr. Ralph Rader. have occurred.It placing It at from 60.WX) to 75,000

: BlgM'i* negro' ,named :TomTickers. iJ?. himself.. '|'I.. \ :Mackley claims that he/has not Treasurer-Miss Lottie: :Maynard.The however cropped out today thata crates while present figures reduce
one .
: annual
Jurlnl'the four of his been living (hi adultery with the woman banquet was postponedfor burglary of conside'rable importwas It a* low as 40.000 crates.
was captured by som'e'jo'ungwklte .years \ prio.clpalshlp this account of the absence
: the public school; '' and; {tha ; she formed a partnership year on perpetrated here last Friday About 6,000 crates, mostly. from El
has 'in
ien'as'W p ed from the March with hUn In the'moving picture of an but two charter members liott's Key bare been' handled

Cottagi which he'had entered for.thepatpos4 creased; In enrollment from less than business. :lid says her ,husband ;ob- from the city this summer.whenIt night, by which a leading grocery establishment through; this port,. and asl; many more
300 to or..than 500 pupils under and when she ezercls- would have been held. ]] left minus a large
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of robbery, but prevented by ; : and ; jected to.thlt. wasj are expected before the season closes.-
Later when brought to his managemenf has become $one, ed'her ownfjWH and went, he' wore amount of ;'le stock and as yet This will make "In the neighborhood ;
dlscoTery- of best schools in the State.' The I out the warrant as above. The coupler now suing; for divorce and will cause a the authorities no clue to the of 25.000 crates to go north via Miami ;.
Jrial be confessed the robberies of in.good spirits and seem to treat vigorous prosecution against the ao- care I I while the other or remaining
anent residence, among which was hlghjschool! department.ha a,1! .developed their-predicament- 'a joke. cased couple. They will be given.a perpetrators. committed at the 15.000: crates are being sliipp throughthe .

taat of C. i.*F-,R<*j 8on.01) the from a few Itregnlar'classesto 4 .Omweg.'...the\discarded husband, IsBOARD preliminary hearing this afternoon. The burglary wfag I port of Key West, all of the Key

with side, and was'convlcted on each ] a.- full four years: course;]keeping .:. .-o.; ._ ,"_, ,- .. I .-- .. I I grocery store of I Gautler &: Sons on Largo crop going via that route. .,'
highest and I 12th St bet..pt'' Avenues C and D, I Heretofore practically all of the key
of {the standard receiving
bit only"sentenced on one being sJverflv -
ibis MEETINGTO1er BUREAU OF bring ( ffected by prying a crop of pines. Including that from
entrance
... yeart.ln/he J..StaieTriios;. sentence )) the speclalj State.! ; J600'appropria: i< I TRADE; STATICS door off thf hinges Once Inside j Key Lar o. has gone via, Miami and
{ rear
tion from the The
Q er-ebargr being bid : grammar the fact that
on the C > : 1' l[ Kt'y"Ct! has entered
**' I aid {intermediate schools! 'hire: beep j WILL DEC!} ANNOUNCES' COTTON f! the burglar! or'' hurslars. there helped evl-j| prominently Into compel'icon for a
dentl more than one. hare of the
After being } camp organized and graded., with an Infinite : > being i ( product, Isj' felt here.
bbl'.johr.ton -' '
amount of work themselves! to file or six large hams Prices for the fruit ara remaining
and skill whfle'thpflmary : ;
aid before being.:; wlg pdto' work ; .'. case of snuff goof I and better profits are being
of a
tObar/"o{
Is fasf'becomIng a caddy
made his escape Here department was ClUE '
PROGRAM ACREAGE !i derived than ever h4>forr. This IsI
where strange coincident comes In. the pride of the, town.'Mr. .: .;. Mr' R blnlOD. who was one of Vlck-i Hall's disposition- '" < and other grove fs. the exact: amount crop, from which it is eported thatgrowers
ers' victims here, resides In Newport,. huemadS of which It Is I li possible to tell The are realizing: ; from 25: to 73
him about his work I.
Vickers: j.go no os.tentatlon. '. could lead I 1
.escaping that
R; iandjafter. I | thieves left no clue rents more per crate thai heretofore. 0
'that city,' and again He has accomplished .thevastf
made his way tp to their identity i A prominent grower at a nearby
began Us operations of theft. amount of good he has done with All members. of the various commit Washington, June 4- The crop estimating I From the quan ty of goo.1s; taken It j I place; stattj Saturday that) early In

He had not operated* long before very little help from his patrons ,who I. tees of the |and of Trade are requested board of the Bureau of Statlstics. Is evident that some team or other i i'j the sa on he was offered 11.23 percrate ,

he was landed In jail and among have turned the management of the to be present at the city hall tonight Department- of Agriculture, I ronveyanOe was used to cart or car- for his! crop a* It stood, but he
those to Identify him as a tbl'f..1 thl| will determine finds the total ry tll"m away i I refuse :he proposition [ U now
"" Robinson.- who was, school, and their children so ,entlely I as meeting area planted In cotton .. land ,
Tlr.' llnd in the United States! this about p 'tii!? from f 1 50 to |2 per cratewiti! '
of Fourth of July year
find him the darkey who gave ..himt to his care that they know very lltU* Just what a I
t IS.cvc.fKifl acres. an Increase of about SENATOR BUR ON province men using:; ever means 1>06- .
so much t'onble.Ia MIamLThls .:, of what has been accomplished. !! celebration 5 ill be held In :Miami, or I.O6.000; acres or 6.2 |Ilf'r cent compared s'lilito! buy DP and ne<*ure t'ntllu-
Infonnatln has Just been re- .1 whether an at all will be held. TENDERS RESIGNATION mtntsj .
Frohock. but It Is'!' Thoughtful people realize that wlib the total acreage plrfcte l ..
eelved: by Sher.ff man like Mr. Hall would The sere |I commltees will reportat last >car. I I j Similar! reports'('omt' fr'pineapple >m all of the
whether the Florida authorities some dad
not known will endeavor to extradite t, seek a wider field but hate to set this mee Sng and all of the presentplans The average condition of lap zrowIrg )! sections, which make It t\t-
crop :'Ia:5tl1., was !SC; .4 cent'as TopcKa. Kn.J me 4-Vnlte.l States that time arrive. per
State to out The County School th&eelel raton dlscusedand! | !
him back to this serve of < >
compared with 77. on the same Senator Joseph R. Burton after a somewhat smaller ths! s< )on than In .
Board offered! him -
his sentence, or whether they willallow i) his a salary Increase changed if aaeeessary." The meetingIs date last year; 83 per cent of that ..on ulta"lon wi i friend, claced his hose past the g.owcre will reap !:
; receive and' the over present salary by several
him to serve all should be I f'on the Senate in the g-ea'er profits and he'I' results thanes
the Rhode Island authorities hundred dollars but could not offer important and present in 1905 and with a ten years average (I resignation
sentence I Hoch f'r before
of 61.9.j bands of Cove nor todaj:
sill .dish out to-him J 1 him what he can secure elsewhere.:t tr

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.f Great success price for you Great success prices for you
In our shoe department. Read In our shoe department. Read
I the prices. carefully some Our Greats .the price carefully. some
WEEKLY circular will offer $7 Edwin circular will offer S7 Edwin.
Clapp shoes Me $3.51. Krip! V Clapp shoe We.X5f..V Krip-
PUBLISHED. EVERY APTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY pendorf ladies shoes,25c etc V I I I pendorf ladies shoes. 25citcSVCVeSVV '

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Entered at the Potoffice at Miami-Fla.. as second-class matter ':Do you want to get a $7.50 Edwin Clapp shoe,,)

:for 90c? Five people will get them. It may be -

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Month ... . . I t 5 you. These are the only conditions. Read this, Succe S S
One Year ........ _.,_ ,$5.00 One $1t-4(
Six Months.. .- . .. ..2.50: One Week. . . . circular carefully, note every price. You may:;
.. .. 2.00
Three Months. ... .. ..... .. 1-25 Weekly. per lear : find the mistaken price. Five circulars out of J

OffiCE IN METROPOLIS BUILDING 1\\ j I the lot will contain mistakes in prices about!) has crowned our efforts of the past .

Our business has by
Opposite Court House i year. grown

432 and 434 Twelfth Street Telephone 79 ; leaps and bounds. The people of

'. --I Sho Dade county have confidence in our
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MONDAY. JUNE 4, 1906 I +
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THE LABOR SITUATION. ": I.1 we feel in this sale as if we ought to

'I do something handsome to our pat-
We nee) a national and State compulsory labor law Throughout the s. Five circulars will contain mistakes in prices.offer; l
country capital Is begging labr to go to work and offering sufficient" In- < ing $3.50 ladies Krippendorf shoes for a rons. So it is with this view we

ducements! for the tame. Yet countless able-bodIed men. continue fhoMj to lay pair . . . . . . . . 2 5 C have given our Great Success Sale.
around Ule and worthless. How they live Is a m};;tcr> that are,I :
live the labors of their wives at the sewing machne.1|
wach married tub evidently by keeping upon boarders and In other vocation/! The single;:males |I S Five circulars will offer 2.50 Royal Palm SUe 4

by gambling and theft Shirts for . . . . . . '
either live upon their parents or All these circulars will be putlin/ the lot
Today capital! and enterprise in Florida Is suffering because men can I and don't ... .
not be had to perform their functions The F. E. C. Railway is offering I Five circulars will offer 3.00 Youg Bros. given out over the city. jvVe .

flattering, Inducements for men to engage in the building! of Its Key West hats for. . . . . . . . 90 C know who will get them, you may be
extension, but without success. The turpentine Industry Is handicapped the lucky one Read the pnces very

because labor will not fw to the woods and endure the rough but htalthjllfA I Five circulars will offer 75 cent Railroad carefully, it will be necessary that you

I The phosphate mines and many other induatries are suffering from | overalls for. . i A : . . . . lOc observe every price in order to I discover
the same inconvenience. ; j !
During the vegetable season In Dade county children are taken from : the mistakes. If.you find one]bring circular -
Five circulars will offer 50 cent-Guyot
to the fields along with the men and |
school and women and girls go and will sell
\ boys, to harvest the crops, because hired labor cannot be obtained,((.though suspenders for . . . . . . lOc to our store we. you ... .
the article named at the given.Men's .
It is here and everywhere It could be made go to work. There are men', p ice
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here In Miami that we know have not earned an honest dollar la years;! ;
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aad laugh If they are approached on the subject of work. The same conj j,I I : I

dltlons doubtlessly exist throughout the Slate but what is the remedy? i Suits. Men's fine PantsMen's
labor law iI ) .
There are two that can be applied. One II a compulsory I
,. effecting all able-bodied men and the stopping of women and chudrenwho'Lava .1. ,
a husband and father from engaging In public labors and the other; Men's fine $15 and $16 suits-One ....
law. If the latter, with Its broad for this less than cost price fine Paragon sold everywhere
Is a visorus application of the vagrancy reasoq
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at 6.00 and We have
L scope 1* rigidly enforced there will be no need of other legislation! jjecause I 4 is we are badly broken' f III A A Mil Ain stock and to close 7,00.Success price.a.big... .. .
sizes. If
,, It Is sufficient to make the idle go to work or go to the pen. The labor we happen *' v _
situation Is one assuming a serious aspect and the sooner it. is met the to have your sizepricev All J4.00,4.50, and 5.00 pants in our store
sooner will the country and State be better off. A few] $12 and $13 suits in black Pants that fit and wear and a guarantee 3 45
[ if! and fancy weaves somewhat as the back of every one sold. Price.. .. ....

; THE MATTER OF CLEAN STREETS. V above;I broken in sizes Business I men's 3.50 and 4.00 in I I +
j In we can fit you $8 90 pants i l -
f I' Price.r .. .. .. .... .. .. .. blue serges, crashes, wool homespuns, '$2.5
,.i'. The time way wben Southern cities were poorly paved. and. improperlymaintained 'i j A few: suits in small sizes. .Unlimited flannels, etc. Success price. .... ...,..

.: la every respect That time Is passed. Not a city In the Southof cats,worth up to One line of odd pants hi freakish sizes.
prominence but U easily able to have all Its streets properly paved ant $4.45 Some worth three dollars
f If 8.00 and 10.000, Closeing up and fifty '$2.35
kept la a conjltlon of cleanliness. The medical authorities everywhereBOW price.. .. .. ..: .. .. .. cents. Price ..... .... .. .. .. .... .. ...
. 'recognize that one of the most frequent breeding places of disease of
: all kinds are the beds of our streets. Poisonous germs take root there I
and as the dust dries It Is blown Into the homes, offices and places of business

r 5' of citizens to be Inhaled and to settle upon food and clothtn .' J 2.50 and $3 men'sworkingshoesbox i
$5.00 for Edwin Glapp Shoes
(when one sees the cleanly condition In which the great cities ot Europe per: pair
the cities of our own country: are 7.MJo..for '
l and In the past few years crest men's Diamond Edwin APP t.M and men
." kept he knows full well that the reason that Southern cities are not better I who want quality and style. w. bar
S maintained is because of the negligence of municipal officers, both:I In placing Brand ShoesAll calf, vici kid, etc., about 4t pair mostly in narrow'widths
i on the street material wlcbb has long since been discarded by expert II I and good of IMS design. J In order to
:, street bunders everywhere, and is not making the proper effort;[to. keep are made for on scientific principal l and Our success! price doe tbcMout w. bar* pat I
are great wear a we are JC 4 95
Vii the streets In good order. more than overstocked price 3. It la stated that all the California cities, and In Fort Worth Tex. and
All 19M style In Edwin Clapp Si.M and
3.51 and 4.M Walk-Over and Packard'sBig
dt; Lexington. Ky, ,oil Is use) to good effect. The present street sprinkling line on our bargain coun- $1.96 I 7.N shoes being our new and 5.35
art Is a nuisance. It stirs up the dust and makes mud. But the point j terto close at................ 2.90 latest deafen. Success pekeIt ..
; that ire wish to make now is that not sufficient' Importance 11";:attachedto I i ;

clean streets. If tbe appropriation for cleaning and sprinkling Is not J Jj
z' large 'enough to do It properly, the appropriation should: be enlarged even
r at the expense of other departments. I j Krippendorf Ladies Shoes Our Great Success has made this Chlldrens shoes lad oxfords fi

1} Let as wake up. An enlightened and aroused public sentiment: willis sale possible. No old stock or J 1 -;
i Will not last long st these Such as Black Cat and Bostontoo Lines' '
:, prices *
accomplishing else. Let the
Jo more toward good results than anything back styles in these lots. Wefve:
i& : city officers feel that we demand' these thing and that we are going to bare ; 3.M shoes for ............,.......,.2.84 simply too onjhandfora LlS..I.2Sahoeafor..jo......... .95
,',. them and then we win get them. ;. :, 3.M shoe for.... ..... s..2.N many 1JS and |...shoe for....4..... ..USUS
;; 2.5 shoe for,' ....r.........I.M summer time and have,;j just got to and 2.N shoe for..i..1 cis
The Dooms doesat seem to do anything or to do it any falter than 2." shoes for .......................LM put prices low to close them out Infant's 23c yentas!**for.j .....'.... .15
i Congress. II i
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.; San Francisco Is now able to mix a little salt meat and friend.;'egg with

r lu store ot universal sympathy ; Trunks! and We are making it very easy If you arej 1 half waythinking
f. ,
;. Senator Barton of Kansas does not fancy the new spring 'styles' of of buying.
., Suit Cases., for shirts
stripes.- 4 i iasws you to buy anything in our lIne.

"f, "- t 'sBikt ear stock atkWfdsttaf A few of the circulars will offer 150Ro'buy now :while the
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Tomorrow, Edward Brown, the negro murderer of Mrs. Dora Suggs, will sat uN was h Maw York
"'. be hanged. The hanging will be public and there doubtlessly will be a large Or/ tksT sn BNTS tats ckst*st PalmShIrtSfor80c.YoungBos.hatsfor90cetcIad 1
,- crowd of the curious and heartless on hand to see the deed done. The flu SUCCm niOB: sew tOsTS I l ,I

Metropolis hope this win not be so. There Is nothing educating, refining SO* tasks ....casts..". I
f or elevating la such a sight unless It bring to mind more clearly !and forcibly $1111 tasks ts4 soft CUll..$>JSft
t' tasks sad ...CUd..$.Jltuuraks Great
the commandment "Thou shall not km. Brown will die by}the laws W nil cuu.US
'. command! and by Its power. The execution will be legal andy!Just but $UI tasks aMa wsara. .. .' '
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there Is BO use for the assembling of a large crowd to see It done. Those tLH tasks is*
*who'clamor for admission and presenee at executions are always' large In Success

I.; every city la the country, but they are never looked upon as belonging. to .lasts rna,wsrtk> *IM laOrsU fcc....us. ''
the higher order of civilization andmanhood. Jse.B.SttsMU< data 43CLM ,
sat Ml tilt bits St..TW J Sale
r John Barns, the labor member of the British Cabinet recently said ,
lea( )tot. :
t in aa address to members of his: faction: "I view with positive disfavor, UtsnsUI wlsbrslsLOS...

and If It.does not cease, with some apprehension, the tendency on the Scrim's tlaitlcStem tnwsn .60C ,
part of what Is known as.the Labor movement to Isolate Itself''from men ,wsrtk He.U..... .
who are not manual laborers." John Burns is KaHrtsl Ovtralb wtrlk IScat 60c y_. ... ,
a sensible man.j. Manual ......... .......... is on. Cask and cash
labor Is only one form of labor. A vast amount of labor .dally;'performed tsyairalm sad Haakal- AJI..uc... lad LN An LH sa4 US skirls Istaa
by an army of laborers who do little or no manual work, as It Is culled. The Ctaulot wsrtkMc Carat at..t Suntsstrs.,.40c, skirts, ISSIMS hr skirls sal a law,;Has. want,ttlsrii tftocts.-le. only goes at the
heir 111 sad wtar. tit lama sal "JIll+(hla Sock as IdIpM. Oattt I
superintendent of a.railroad works harder than the section hand, and his : ua.II dOt*ut 1M.ill lot I1' OA M< *)a1Ic.Oar QArU
work Is on his mind day and night The newspaper editor works 'as hard i l Sweeping,puts sat reductions BUST Uaes la boys set clothinf la id I ...... .....I 1.95 SuccMissle.... 1.&U sMCtsisflct.....7Uvii Above I Prices
and more hours than the printers and takes his responsibility to bed with
him. Bank employee often work far beyond midnight; and so do Supreme II I
Judges. The list might be extended to include a hundred instan el. Nearly -

,. all men are laborers. There Is a dignity and an honor in I labor which
every'' Intelligent laborer appredate.whether he tolls with his'brain or la Ian The Anthony -Romfhpo.

expert mechanic or a common laborer. To our notion the skilled mechanic
:: of steady habits and good char-acter need look up to-nob dr. He I.F I.

: C2 honored unit In the common brotherhood of man and quite a.!. Important : 228 Twelfth Street Miami, Florida
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f as any. But his emplyer is often as truth ofI. bard orUcg !laborer as il Ii t t.

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lI BISCAYNE. While other Dealers talk Price
) TIle professiol) OPINION

; !JDRUG

.. we talk Quality and the Price
/< (Tbii col..ilI be devoted la 1be
.M of ..becnbP..II4 nutera of tlMMetrnputi. CfMPANY II I I
P.tar oa et al .la di.CM.i.. topic sad..drabjecuappcuiac i iI :
*nuo ,AfTORNEYS AT LAW. eoartraedeitb.rasor therein SUM eaprur< .01 1
.u..ua aU......Mall aN 1.5.1.1.W MOM ut the p>Br.-Ed.)
.... n.tlltlrhr alutta.taW sal Mds.t.N ,I I i ].
..-.a nu-. ,
O.BOSIST. KlaaS. ..... Wants Principal's Salary Increased I I I'I
1 MedicineIn
Miami Fla.. Jane I. l
'L L SKYHOOK: ... *.ATXIBSOM Editor Metropolis: "
I am I think, very reliably inforuvj In medicine be carefulIn
& Atkinson ,
Seymour ed that our Miami Graded School prin
.1 Attorneys and clpal. Prof. ",. W. Hall will not bIn what you buy and !
anyway connected with our city !
Counselors At Law. school in future without his present where you buy It. It is DALITY' 4Mai.

:, cUl sttMUo to civil practice U all coru salary Is increased )pI j
SUM M* Federal hope the many patrons and friends; not only important that i (

-Room 5,6,7,Frissell Bid?.,Miami of this school will stop long enough you 'let the best values '
to study this change well and after; MaY.forgetwhath paid .j
ward to rise in number sufficient tq !|but also that you
G. A. Worley bring influence enough to bear on get gods that give you IS OUR for his clothes, but ne'llnever ,
our school authorities to bare Prof{ .
o. Attorney at Law Hall's' salary so increased as to r* satisfactory results;we forget how they :

'JIO j. Twelfth St., Miami, Florida tamn patron his and valuable friend services.of both this I school am a I have a reputation for I A 'T V looked how they:itted ;

and Its present most efficient prince S
furnishing satisfactoryand I I P E L' !
II and how
pal. He has built this school up from f they wore.
,Geo. M. Robbins one of' almost Insignificance to U4 Reliable Goods. 1 '
TltusvllU.Fla. equal of our very best educationalState I' Our faultless clothingsaves
I
institutions. It stands today
Attorney and Counselor a pride to not only our progressive a man paying made-to-order .'
At Law city but-aa honor to our State .1
Win pnctic I.l an Comns. State a4 Fdn 'While I Want It distinctly understood IIrffiNE CANDIES prices, and the unpleasant f fejeling'
that I do Dot want to detract in the .
tN, I least from, the great credit due each AND CIGARS.. of wearing the ordinary ready-made
; Hudson & able teacher in this institution I want
!1 Boggs I' to impress upon the minds of each paI g Yes, we will be ready to convince r
Law troD and friend, the very Important
i Attorney at part a first class headsuch as Its present you ':any day. Our $10 to 5.00
| Townley Building, Miami, Florida principal has displayed in its up Tel. 3Cor. 12 St. Ave. D
building. Is displaying in the maintenance well ailor-
suitsjareup-to-date.and --
*. of its present high standing
P. T. SIASOS. M. D, and its onward march in educational the front f"- ed in every respect. See them.
ranks of our State's best .
m: O-M vttt KWOTMS ntimtft.t4tfc nstltntlons. G. M. DYKES 'I I
....
_. aa.e..t.. c Prof W. W. Hall has been with as I I I
an.f4 C
KJ riifPTPA for years and we know his capabilities 34 Tenth Street. : 'I
.un.
: Us morals and his high emcencles for
; this position, as an organizer as a Ad loads BlacVsmkalpfl <.J Repair;
t Dr. James M. Jackson Jr. leader and a pattern for oar dearly ; I
beloved youths, who are to make our W rtu Dragon Britt to Order :

orb Ccner 12b SL and Aw.BOppeft future We all men know and Prof.Hall women.and he know j HORSESHOEING", A Sedaft ;I ,I I

tt Rac( >MHal our children each parent and gnafdlan. -
He has brought this school: from
:.. Aaers 3 I.4 ad.. 71.8 p. L Itl Infancy,he knows their every need R. W. Rhodes
he I, progressive, capable and well 4 :
posted. In abort be Is Just the right
.QR., W. B. RUSH. man In the right place. Shall we '
change to one we do not know and '
Offlo*tST-llth stnet,Pbone O. of
that
one knows nothIng us or
R.sldann.,JOS Wh St. oars? \\"e may get as capable a principal .:
MIAMI FLA. in some stranger hot It .is not Men's
always safe to swap an old true and putfltter
,tried friend for one not known Just
UH.F.Mullett.M.D.: I, merely for the saving of a few paltry ,

dollars.Prof. Hall's duties and great responsibilities 1 i 322 Twelfth Street : j : : : : Miami Florida:1
Office: Booms S and 4
;. v have Increased eoaat.antlr.The .,
\ FriMeli Building .- future will make hU labors more 'f I Il'
: Hours 10.a.m. to 11'm. .iO I;. mResidence arduous. 1s' 1\ just 'that he i should 4 :
141,' 10th'-itret. not be compensated'for his tonest, -- I j-
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hard Increased labors and reeponslillltles :
,FRED JlUTTER.C ? Other teachers in the school
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have bad salaries Increased why !
should not we be as Just with the one' I t tIII
General Contractor.Gradlnax ,
above all others who has and will.I .,
::: Blaatln.\ do the most for us? j :I The Fort Dallas National Bankv
i
... W1I Drilled. SWcwaJK Just as sure as we let Prof. Hall !
\ leave us and ours, just so cure
j'j'e
will rue it j .
Prof. Hall do better elsewhere.We .
W. C. Maynard can '
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can do as well by him as any oth-
6774 :
ORADUATEJ3PTIC1AN\. era lets show him our appreciation .
11'.;:. With Maynard Son.'J.waer.lvar 111 time before our golden opportnnty die tin, ;drop U sad taU> a lofe a< : 1 .
has past II J I
D K.rt to Port Ono, letter will our flu. UM of WoolDoa" tor II I
7. \ hope this draw outers otn- I ...,. -
who are more capable and fluent

:: GEO. L. MCDONALD keep han the rolling author until, and so may much the Influ-ball tt tk>JOAN p ... United States Depository. I:::: Depository State:of i Florida t

; QifliaNrSmmruc > ence\has been brought to bear that IWCLL A MOHeaJqMrtcrs
and SiMlrldUf Lads a tsaaltrOOC01KTJT our hearts will be rejoiced to knowaml'iYraded I
school Is safe another for smut TaDor"" rg
OBOVX. FLA. year in the hands of one we know, 5B .
tilt Twelm street BaetTM Blows '
," one we trust and'one'that'we know .

WALTER DEUAKMO-- one win Is never Pros betray\ VW that. HalL trust",-and that,I j Report of condition on April 6th. 1906. as reported toy: ;'" ,

...A.yolaJLteot.. Tell me why,ltNls that,Miami cant lr the Comptroller of the (Currency-Condensed ....
'--- pay the principal of Its graded school Miami Meat-
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Ave : as much .as Palm Beach ,and other
"1210 C Miami Fla'TheCbapmanllouse
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places In oar State, that has no more j 't -
attendance, population or:. wealth and ;,
l an know'no to has his (Prof. Halls) lMarketT. ResourcesLoans :
'.... superior and few If any nil equal.
P.W.CHAPMAN. Prop. Each of our teachers welt '.!eserye
aaaM par "7. a.clal.7 tile stab I the increase recelveX A. Feaster, Prop. I .
nisi Cams in mlt iTiinl* KXtk tile of coaf.sta Pals of.B.lcfc.a boos.amarl LIT tbaa.1 .. have they long now ago been Increased Theyshould B and discounts........f-I....... ..,. .................$422,070.6( ,
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Goohatl.g Ir'I'IM..'...& Coast'-. .*Os.al.aso.**&.aM***Ocau 8o(.tk tile kw...n pl.r FDa4ray. ,... rinclpal without the asking the salary of our I j\ Mianij West Palm Beach I Overdrafts, secured..... ..... ........................... 18,747.7 ':'

; .FloridaA.W.Graham AU,our children love Prof. W. W. I U. S. Bonds, and premium. ........................... 71,000.0< ,,:'
lalLVV all love him and know his .

Ineatlmable,worth too well to let him \ r'oridanil I t Other. stocks ,and Bonds.....f........................ ... 41,000.06 .-
: 1 eave ,us. Jack Smallwood. ... I .
'. |[ Banking House...............1u...............:........... 50,000.00
-'Contractor:and.:Builder |10 REWARD, -. ft Western I I I
.if' Satisfaction Y LoltPearl handle. Smith -A'Wesson I Due from banks and U. S. Treasurer................. 74,657,92Cash

.. .0000utee4.I eL revolver a Return;to:IJ this eal office. I 1-2 and Inch receive bar Meats : in vault ..... ............ ......;:..:.;...;............ 47,75'3.8 J. w
LM,ashrac.oaahb.d.. am4 .wefOe reward. .'- '! j I i:
I IBurkharti
q. Sad postal d I .. '
wU ..U.TeL P.0.boa N., II........,. -. $725,235.13 :

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; II il Mal orders receive prompt I : 1 I".
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Expert, Typewriter .i attention Liabilities
< LOCK, AND GUNSMITH < .
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Repairing 317.1319 Avenue D .

.. r''' .C"\ 'PRESTON.- Expert Repairing' || Phone Miami Florida Capital......................... ............................ .$100,000.0 ]: i
1II3 i.it sUE C MIAM :
"- .: 304 9th St.i P. 0._Box 311 Surplus and undivided pro: ts.......................... 6.7 G G.6 7 \
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National Bank Notes...... ..... ......... ............ 52OOO.ob. A
Emil' A.. Ehmann .FOR PlRST
1LAgg.... Horse Shoeing 'I' DEPOSITS.-.:......_...566,468.46 I {

Architect '
I AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE I $725,235.13
E West Palm Beaoh: !
Florida
L. F.. LaFoiitisee 708 7th SJ .

Merritt & Kolb 1,_ .., .

t Red Cstate.-. Rents, eta: -- -ru I f- The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers gold and new-every

:f..- Estates MaugedATC. Southern Marble &. Stone Co. favor consistent with sound J banking: ideas, and every accomodation in keepingwith

C, neat 12th St., Miami Fls.DR. 4 S. HOGAN STREET.I JACKSONVILLEHeaajiuartars their balances and financial standing.I .

.i; forfej ,
&: E'M. LAW MJ-l-'c
Swiie !
Building : ; etc. I


;;, Fialej DENTIST Bn.'iinf MOSAIC AND'I! TJ-E'Y/ORK I I M. Cron, President Geo. ''RJ Cashier

FOR PLOO-. HAT ROOVB. *NrEL3. ETC. I il l'lr =

', ATtUUo Work;.;x ....7hrou'hly. 1 t,, .. I! "N, .-.e o t *. ,:43rd Mwt"Z _'M N1rl9 .p J r i.
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;ti; Souvenir"Pose Cards (LARGEST_ LINE: :OF 'SOUVENIR:{ : SPOCJNSWatches"and Jewelry


'[r 1 To Select front in Florida I
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ji 20 cents a. dozen r| WHALER'S JEWELRY STOR.E J j'! REPA- 'RING: '


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;; STATE DEPOSITORY CITY DEPOSITORY I gmvngwir; /\ $ 0 WELLS' & GRAVES '."


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f:! THE _4;l;c : : ;,\- : ; -:trr.rr' I 4 I Are prepared to execute
5? 00'f *. i'I orders in their j ji.4
Miami Pineapple Shipment I Serious! Crimea Charged j I, .
1 Thle An aged white named Smith. i ., ;r
i; first solid carload of pineapple man ,
} FlMTfNATiONAL BANK i from; the Immediate vicinity of Miami'I was arrested yesterday by Sheriff!! I
thls,!heason, was handled last Satur-, Frobock on the serious charge of so- I Millinery Department
.... trt i ilayjjir Chase ft: Co..commission men. '' domy- {stage of criminal assault)
: The frnlt were all,of a large and fine and relations with a boy. Report of
MIAMI FLORIDA varity. )1 this conduct on Smith's part.it Is said I'haoe i i Designers,, of the latest Summer 01'/: /hats :
'' been made'to the authorities..be-
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fore and yesterday be caught!
was
BOSSIER will collect your rents ,
r in the very act of the crime. The] l dies
I '' case will be aired before Judge M., Tailoring Department "
Capital : : : $50.000 j Repairing 14th Street S. Jones in the circuit court. A ; (
TIJ.J work of repairing and building man Is also under fOr .
arrest
negro For street carriage and .
evening
Jew,'sidewalks on 14th street between]i iAveSnts with animal. !i I u.
cohabitating an
waists tailor and coats
Surplus and Profits $13,500,! ; : C and D, is now nearing com Ii j I gowns .
when the
pletioc. and done tormei
: congestion of mater on that thorough I j Good paying established business,j I 232 Twelfth Street Miami ,
AssetsOver $590.000 I L
: : farej j after every rain will have bee making money every day. Only |SOO, I ,
:
; 'I don away with.Atythlnc I capital required. J. H. Tatum &\ Co.;'" I _

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President I you want done, sidewalk' ,: Royal Poincianas In Bloom j i: .
E. M. BRELSFORD.. ,
I landscape gardening road
sewerage
EDWIN A. WADDELL. View-President i The royal poinciana tree is now In
y W. H. SPITZER. Vice-President I built lands cleaned. See FttJ Rutter full bloom, and Its Immense spreaJ-
EDWARD C. ROMFH. C..ler. M1 hit iuf branches. one mass of bright red'
; I II t blossoms The" Southern Hotel has'
Orel Making Establishment' three large trcis growing close to'the d di 1 Special Offers!

4- ,$L- H. H...Broadwell, formerly o ,.,11'; treat veranda.: and.which are a ;i:
Sanfrd, has moved to Miami to mak marvel of beauty. The Fort Dallas '
her-future:home. and. b now prepatj ; Park is also ablaze with the beauti
F Pr cenCpaldonsavlns.| compoundedlquarterly. and we. "re- Ini to open a first class "and up ti ful CowerThe; royal poinciana III
;: Quire no notice of IntentlorCto withdraw i dressmaking es' cultivated anal
datf dry goods a -p.U grower easily
t part or all of your deposit !I tahllshment in one of the Prout stor4 (one of tie best tropical shade trees i

f roaihrs No:.*23,,Avenue:D.; where she There are many of mammoth size in I'I,,
In fties the public to call and'examine the city andre. but a,few years old. I! f
.. bee line of and woik.ftro I For
r:: ., I ( goods I 'i'The Vandalia Wrecked I the week ending June 9th

ir ...- _. __. _".- .... ,'-. -. <-.J.1 1b:4 I ..ltr .unu to list your '1! Capt. John :Miller, of Tampa who 1I .:
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of i a ell! .no\\'n in Miami as the owner of ,
'J propel'I
: 'Municipal: Court i ii the auxiliary yacht Tarpon one of the : ,

R I Jiiere were but eight Royal Halm pleasure fleet reports i I Whltel Lawn Waists Men's Negli J ee Shirt:
i trial in the Municipal Court this morn-4 ;: from Tampa that he has found the ,, $ 12 I 5'0
G
... ",- insSix of the number answereja"to missing schooner Vandal bottom up worth/1.15./ at . worth 15C" a . .
'I: .' \ '. =the much abused ,charge of being..ut. sea but leans nothing of Capt. Fo- r.
,... '" ::" \ ., 'RED\. :', dr\nk and disorderly to fighting gorty and crew and that It Is believed Whit Lawn Waists t2 (t.0 Men's ee .

t :'; ", J... .,:. and the other to refusing to pay hack tjey: are drowned. :The Vandalla waswell |worth 2.50. at. . Shirts.' tl I .004
} ; Neill 125 at.
fare. Other than these offenses and known here, and was/ here last :
.,..I,. ..-_....If. ..,:. -t' ,- "'r; ." .", I artists the town' was unusually quiet' with a load of pine lumber for the'', Brilliantine Welking
& and orderly Satcr-ay and Sunday. : Halcyon Hall. She was a two mast-J $ 50.
: SkJrtS, worth 6.00at. t
; ed vessel 71 feet In length. 1$.4 feet ID Shoes. ] 50
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beam 4.6 feet depth and built J
picture iran.0 saae to otter. The was ai and10mens
.. Racket Store. I : Fogartyvllle, Fla., In 1898. She fejngistered i Blac Cheviot Walking Skirts =
... at Pcnsacola 4.so. to Men.s
; 8 : I|wortltj go $3.tO(

Carries as many passengers;'climbs more hills: goes just s Arrived wlh Tow ; I . . .. . Shoes wort: omen'sW2at. .00
fast: uses less gasoline and tire: is safer ard more easilv (The, F. E C. tug Sybil Capt. Dan He Had a WeaponOn
controlled: just as Inxnrions and comfortable and costs Ross, arr.ri: d In port last Saturday I his way to Tampa last Friday i i'
less for repair than many car that sell for double or treble afternoon fray Jacksonville towinga Deputy Sheriff Gore found a negro I I II 't''t'I
its price. :: :: Send for the REO book that tells why Urge rrcsloJ:! barge for the exten- Jim Billings, with a concealed weaponon
sigh operat oca Owing to the great -hs, person. This was between
site of the range but one WM brought here and West Palm Beach and the I Isidor Cohen & Co. ., ;
I I.Capt Ross limits: an uneventful trip. darky was placed nnder arrest and
The Sybil wl: rc'cra to Jacksonville left at that place until Saturday night
:Miami Automobile Co. :/ Ij tonight for rno'hcrow. when: the officer returned, he tw'ng
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w brought from there to Miami and confined ,
:; 13th Street near PostofficeIP i i1 ir BROS8ICR. "'..... REAL, ESTATE in the county Jail. He will be1 1, 3O3 TWfLrl STREET I. rLORIDA"
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It 'given a bearing this afternoon. Mr.I I
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-1/1i" ii/ 'Gore also brought here from West ==-
Gamblers 8.itenced Palm Beach one Carrie Bell, a ne-l I
I !Deputy Sheriff Thomas Haygood.oJ I press, who had been sentenced byJustice '! tiN
I Deiray.came down this morning bring.I Chllllngworth to pay a fine :> STYLE PLUMBING

1 u Injf three negroes. Joe Rolle, Dave I,[ of HO and costs or serve 90 days I means work expertly don,
f'; 7 ITS BROKEN, BRING (IT TO UI Walking and Oliver'Brady.on a on a charge of petit larceny. She ,' pipes pro-
oC,-gambling. They plead guilty be- will serve the time. j jMascotte ;l perly arranjx and all parts neatly
I If your carriage budneu II wa on or fdre JuJge; Heyser and were sentenced -': y' ',1 ;f. and art sticall; finished. :: This II
: Tehlcl'i' to a fine of ten dollars each 'v-'
other horse drawn !- broken pay Was Towed Out { PLUMBING
slid cost or serve sixty: days In build-'
:.. or run down haul It, push,[it or east !Iii good roads for Dade county j' ( Having had enough of trying to work', i I I that even a po< t can sing of. Becaos
It to our place and watch u work the steamer Mascotte up the narrow r It means solid comfort, sanitation and
and shallow channel of the bay to the'! !
,... wonders with It W. ia'" !. mad ,a (Dollar and a half book contalnjngfi1l terminal dock, the officials decided the 'r I long life to tie work. We're proaJ
.t life study 'of Tehlde repairing; earn description San Francisco earthquake M to that that
best way to get her out and Into deepwater ; say weldO style ptnmhlac.
and fire Katie Sonles, Cocoanttt -
work Quickly, expertly anil economically. Grove, Fla. : I Ia again was by towing, and consequently q i; /y In new and repair work. Girt u a
j i iPolice the tug R. S. Brusstar. was trial I
brought Into service late Saturday afternoon a
Record for May ; H. F. SCRUGGS A CO.
and the Mascotte touted .
J. A. DANN Injuring the month of.May last the e.$1 AVENUE D T '
-. police department made 165 arrests, down the bay to deep water, when she t
rJs the majority of them on the char'Keof:: proceeded under her own power tof I
423 V.vurthttrtst .Miami. FUii West. The
yh Key trouble experiencedby I
being drunk and disorderly. Of the :
-. the Mascotte, Is said to be due
Dumber three were discharged, 11ve"lent !
&- '. to the county authorities and to the shallow ;water preventing her BROTHERSMachine
1, being steered properly and quickly In
thirty-nine forfeited their bonds. The
making the turns in the channel,
a
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total' ,
amount of bonds forfeited and
_, fines| and costs Imposed was f(34.94.DROSSIER fact that defeats all possibilities of
t '
her being put on the Miami-Key W/ lt. I Shop .
" .t.
m-:: af. ln.estii>...1) er Havana Martinique.run in the place of the steam ?

R ; I Agents for the New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene
Caught a Red Snapper | NOTICE FOR BIDS !
and
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J / :a number of young men]I of kerosene engine repairing SPECIALTY
: 11 Want j Sealed bids win be received for the at

:. !. ; '. ..j1 ,;. enjoyed aa outside cruise ye-1 j paving of 7th street from the east I .
:rday
the
aboard yacht Barruflta. General Repair Work
.' side of Avenue D. to the Boulevard bl! 1
, Cap Charles Thompson. Exception-. the Board of Public Works at their! '
; II I frilly 'good., luck was had at fishing a next regular meeting ,to be held lai SOS' EVE TH STREET 1 .MIAMI. FLORIDA
I Dumber of genuine red snapper beingjtatoen 'r the City Council rooms June 11th,' 4 0
besides several very large 1906, S p. m. j I -
grouper and other fish. The snapper Work to be done according to plans I
: were; caught In thirty fathoms of wat-|
and specifications
prepared by the
;3;, : here.r and:In several were the months.first to be brought. ion.City Engineer and nnder his supervis Special Sale, Monday: June 4th

& Each bid to be accompanied hy a i 20 lb. Gran. Sugar $1.00 25c Sack Flour for 20c
;!
prof Blackman Her
certified check for 100.00 and enclosed
Prof. W. F. Blackman, president In a sealed envelope, marked "Bids 50 cent sack flour 40c $1 Sack Flour for 80c

j pf Rollins College. Winter Park, Fla, for paving 7th street" '
1'. Is la' the city the guest of his brother.E. Successful bidder to give satisfactory All other goods sold at lowestpricesl No old stock.
f. V. Blackman and family. Prof. bond In the sum of 125000 for All new goods at our store
52.50II Blackman owns several fine dims the faithful performance of his work, I
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troves and other property In this sec within sixty days from awarding 01 I Armstrong Grocery Company
.tion.! and Is very much pleased with contract Board reserves the right
II their appearance and condition. Hewill to reject any or all bids.G. Phone! 161. Corner Avenue D and 11th Street I
t and and |remain In the city several days. A. McKlnnon. ,
today: he Is being entertained with M. R. Kellum. President of Board. I Ij

r.'I''I i trip:on the hay. Clerk
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53.00 #3.00

W'I You Will Find It

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; I MattlngOd Heaters


t Beside this patent Gibson tie we hare models <' f soft at

; Mack>> kid and gum metal, in variety of shapes and d''< signs. '

they are here in all shapes and leathers at 2.50 and S3.00 : and .

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I[ the't Is gliods"lpopuEverything: ; '' ?bt. ., The. House is price the qualiiy at ma anc ?


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j' FIan..T.BuClg; :: e, J s f J 19t Street, J.V.I: xxL i, Fl <:) ,da .

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tl 1 i Commissioners Meet Tomorrow I
Most Oftlce'P one315 HO M. ,KING( 'P honeC8 The Board of ,County Commisslon-
Any "era motet tomorrow in regular monthly ,
Embalmer Isessiop at the court house.
_t Undertaker Qnd .
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DAr: "Yr : laooJ*.vENUE'D,! 1, McAUuSTER.BECK.GROVES. COTTAGES. ETC. MRS I N lit

RESIDENCE Ate! 7th STRfiETlC. I I : rl )
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: -1; 'Reliance Sailed ; ,
., "; : Thel coasting schooner Reliance left I

is apt to be one on which f j\'P"tfoJs8\ for Key West. with a cargo -,
i of miscellaneous I freight and several I
f you will'have to purchase / rsoiaiToiefl I passengers.Brosslrt i
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I I Three Peaches
wants to list yourA property i j 4
I ace. Girl Peach,a

CA r Attorney Geo. G. Currie of West If you argjnot'perfectly pleased with ,:' Ne I ro Excursion t> Peach. Mellow
Palm Beach la in Miami today. I[ Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla.your Thelarge Sallie and Lou I
Lady carried a Did you net drink It?
i j money back. Absolutely pure. Goes:, negro picnic to the beach today Goa iteht to that fhttr I
George B. Baker of Wesi twice as far. oth coOl DO YOU NOW
J WEDDINGGIPT Capt boats having good loads of spot 4 makes yo.I u
I Palm Beach. is looking after buslnes dusky human freight : u so ic 4 cucumber. TOIl
matter in Miami today. 1 Attorney eo, M: Bobbins of Titus I eant get enough, and you I That there mea
are
a grew many
i i vine, arrived! ,In the city this morning Waited- Clean cotton raga at this caa'\drink too much.
I I ... who.Judge others by th< braaj of de-
and la spending the FMM
r day here attending office.l sCol ,
Mr. Robert Coates left yesterdafor J I !tars they' smoke
to professional duties. He is
: ... Macon Ga. to enter the Georgl) i acIcompantedi'by I t tI .1. J 1
and Alabama Husiness College.Mr. I his son Mr Rufus Rob- I bla Ready for Work I I !
I bins.BROISII". B : Th extension steamer Columbia,
; ITS AI Gr
: I 'hch has been undergoing ,
\V. F. J. McCormick, of C I extensive I II
'I repal II Is now ready to resume her
mean Safe Investment
,coanut Grove left yesterday for Hokdura .1 runs '0 the keys and will get away f AcmeBhtlingWorksSixth: Our Norma Martine Brand at I
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Wellbe ready for you when the next day or two Street, West of the leeUSQUITU Factory Is In and
)Ir. Barney A. Maxfleld. assistant cents equal fragra ce aroma
lthlj ,
; I the(d y comes with the right REAL ESTATE. MRS. MCALLISTER :, cashier ot; the Dade County State: I' I to the regular 15 cent lavana Cigar.
f Bank of \Vfst Palm Beach arrived in Summer rates at the Rutherford '
clalfc
allhet them the
Our customers ,
Good at the RIGHT PRICESMAYNARD BECK. [
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f I I Miami yesterday!' morning and will Boar ag House 223, Ninth street I

;., .' Mrs Tate \Vtofford and little so I _snend,'' sev&al I' days here seeing the: 1 .
froth g'ghts: of K good lire town and incidentally .. Clerk Kellum Out Again .
John B are in the city today I yetHA'YES
Hallandale. eijjorlnz' a brief vacation. CI, Clerk n R. Kellum who has mj "
i:: u. =! I been aid up for the past several days T

& SON !I't!I Wanted- Clean cotton rags at this: with mood poisonlngln, his bandcaus MOSQUITOES : ),
r' BROS3IER will collect rents
: your
ed by scratch from :
,,office a I a a rusty nail I. IbipicKS FOR IDccHTSZ
J. ; -- i out again today greeting friends a4 Man
"'". C. T, U will meet '' .T evCigar
i The on thong he has not resumed his duties ?
) ; JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Jay at the First M. E. Church at 3:30'p.m. Mrs. J. F;. Kraemer sang yesterday ; k ? ft e. J. .
at the First X. E. 'Church and as'usual AT ALLJ DRUOOISTS OPPOSITE HOTEL! BISCAYNE
-Next to Poetofflce! MUmL. Pier U _' II greatly pleased all who were present I H4 e 'you registered for summer .
N Mr t Krat'mt'r'l voice 1* a full I]I tf'rm.t Miami t''()nse"atorr ofMusf ,
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Typewriting done at the Metropolis fi I : e I j
all,her Laiatiri LummuiThMiami
and
office at reasonable rates. {> strong meg>o-soprano. selections I J. B. Hawkins. B. t._ J. E.i : :
i MrS.'E.: G McAllbter-Beck are rendered with fine sympathetic -II
Ernst
p ulon. I Iil i I NOV1 Going North
.0' Mr. John B. Rodgers and H t
t ,II!' i .-- Th yacht Novia. owned by Mr and Grocery Co.
f Quarterman are now on the force of I
.Real Estate clerk at the Miami Hardware. I[ Mallory, %;tine 8. 8. Co. New York, IrL Yan\1eck'1I'1II ret away
f l Co.it i'Boston, Philadelphia. E. A. Perry' the present week for New dUrln(1 :,
she 11'111 be used her Staple and Fancy Groceries ,
br
12th owners dUl-
r t I Stenographer wanted-One who can, agt' t. 311 street )Miami
Rentals, Insurance write plain long hand to help on'ticket. i' fall lug tie summer returning here next FRUITSand VCGCTABLCS I.i.1

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book Address Metropolis. (J J,
II 1 )lr.'J. )!. Harper, accompanied by SEE JmS. Our stock f groceries'ia' complete and we think we can supply, :
Office HafchettBldg. Miss Daisy Carpenter who hal been his family,1las/ arrived in Miami from lleAU.1STER.JmCKA about ever*thIng required ia the baking line. Our aim 'U to keep :
REAL >s8TATE. .
dangerously III this last week.-1* reported West Paint Beach and will make this r only thefound tx; .t class "f groceries and our prices on thorn will be
.. a* resting more quietly toda .t'!place his .Suture home.: Mr. Harper to bj right. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the .-
Suite No. 2. '320 1-2. 12th St. condition j jTen will be engaged in the Yest.rda, on the Water
and her better. bicycle business city. Our ruit and veye able stock always Tesh- us a call
: ba"bjg ''purchased the businessof Yesterday was another of those Givt{
the, Hudson Cycle Company. )lr. Ideai: days for which Florida Is famous '
cent a copy will be paid fo
20 335 Twelfth Street. Florida :
copies of the Miami Daily Metropoll Harper isa hustling and Industriousyoung and 'al a result practically every Plea.' Telephone :
THE RACKET STOREiSTHLPUCt of April 3. when delivered to the Metropoll man and will no doubt makea ure ache In the bay was In service :
office I success ::9f his venture In tile Magic earn ng parties to the different resorts .
& __ I 1// i City. g I and for outside l'Iahlng' and pleas.urea. I .
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All report a
: I ." thorough enjoyment -
I Mr. and Mrs G. B Stephens and' of the .
dar.
family will leave next Monday for 8ROlllift.jafl. HEAL ..nATa.I I
Bowling Green. Ky.. to spend thegreater .I n i I I
part of the season there. Rev. J. g. Rodgers, recently of Stetson Another big dance Is set for tonight
::1 I to take place at the Fair building. The '
University filled the pulpit at I
1- Ice Tea Tumblersr Furnished' room at summer price the Baptist church yesterday morning young society men are giving u and JUST READ! ,
arranging It to be a most
\ enjoyable
313 llth street !f I and evenlji;. and delivered two splendid affair
;r sermon, especially the one In the I
Mr. George P. Bull of OJus. secretary morning on "God and the Spirit" Rev. Houseboat I I I
of the Dade County Democratic Rodgers frill preach at this church Moved to River .
r 60c: a set Executive Conunltee, I I. a visitor } on Sondaf mornings during the absence )' The large and commodins houseboat II
J town today. I I"n'" i of tie pastor Rev. W.' E. Stan. ,owned by Capt. L. L. Dodge and I
j berthed at the stone dock for the
ton. There, will be no evening ser past
.ROSSI!* mean care teveetsesbM1es i vice until $he return to the pulpit of-year (or more where It was leased and and if you don't find
s> the putotJ' used]u a residence hat been towedto whit
II i his landing In the Miami river to I '
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Fen thin, straight dear pass! for Anna I. has fj
) Ellery who spent I want tell of
: the winter with )Irs. G. G. Rambo 'Skaggs jybortage on Avenue C. for remain until fan when It will again you us your requirements
dee table use. Telepbene us rent to November. finely furnished .I be placed la commission. I I
r your at her home on the river In Fort Dal. ,
las Park, left last week for her home for WJ.OO' a month.: H. TatumA and we can coe. ,
t: order.-:; : ,Ererythin, .In glass at I Newport. Mich.' : Company. There are many peopre ono can
*>: oJ" W reW'human nature ia the lines of the f
7" .Mr, Beri: Hawkins leaves",for Georgia hand; They teD to their own satisfaction pretty near supplying '
them
j
roeeler
( want u net
yew preperty'Miss
on Friday and he allege that this what kind of a person carries _
,. II week'on the1:calendar has been made j,the band There are others who can ,
Florence Higgins, one of West purposely jlonger| than ordinary week tell a man by the war he hold ala !
'r" Palm Beach' popular' young ladies, usually a pear. His marriage to bead)! There are others who eaa tell I

:. .AND SELL IT.CHEAPE.. arrived In ,Miami: thl* morning and Miss, .Coro Johnston occurs at Zebu-- by :the penmanship! what kind of a .
will remain here during the rammer Ion on the.--! izrh Invitations having person he Is, and In each cue there U I
W. Chaile&Son months for the purpose of attending been received last week In this city. much truth No. 1.$2. Three lot on Ave, D at $500 each term r halt cash
the Miami Conservatory of Mr. and Vrs. Hawkins will be at Did you ever atop to think that you I '
Music home In Miami, after the first of July can {tella..firm by Ita adverUalagT No. I jJ, Two lots on Avenue D and South Watee street;, ,
1211 AVWHM D, Miami, Fta. Boats Wanted- If yon have an BOX The honeymoon will be spent at Chattanooga .' Study the ads In this paper and you unimprov d. price $800 each or both for$1500.

( sad II Ornt Wag_at UU Are.. IX laliary schooner or launch, for sale, 04 Atlanta. will!'be surprised how true to life they I
I send detailed description'and 4 pride, are. ) Thia 1* a better teat of oar theory .No. ,54.) Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for $2000. 1000 cash :

... I to the ),Metropolis office. Miami Umbrellas repaired and reeoreroa.
G. M. VINCENTPhgsidan Fiat ,Leave at Store.Saminole'ij the merchant and you eaa judge how pays r annum. Property will* make a goal bt siness site :
Mrs. 8.,O. Vanlandlngham! and two teat far wrong we are.There .
lltle sons have gone, for a summer Improving are the firm who hare bees iabadqess '
i I :\S11: We can recommend this a a good investment. On
and Surgeon outing to Georgia They topped'tt {All of/the Seminole Indians who suffered a long time and have a fair "
,
I two points on the route to visit Mrs, recently by an epidemic of business at a good prod They are this there are six house in food condition the yearly .
Female Diseases a SpecialtykoM Vanlandlnghamis married daughter, measles among them and who were I I'satisfied to let things take their coarse I rental amounts to $720 and the price is only 4750.[with $1200

..... Pae.e I Mr*. Pyles, at Palm Beach and son removed to the farm of "Alligator Joe" I(Their aj tells that they can be found cash, and+balance in annual payments of $500. ,
Ices, OJllce 137 C the ana
Dr. w E. Vanlandlngham at Fort are reported recovering and discharged at same old place and their good j
"' Residence 214,' 14th St Pierce. It' from treatment are pie same u anal so then la so l 56. One good two story house facing tb1 bay and 3 '

Office: room_ ,4., 6_, 8,._Hatchett Bldg. '- ad ass stands to change the the same reading an the head year their and valuable ota ,for$3200, terms $700 cash and balance t, suit.U ,

I year) after
m year.There No. I i& Three four room, two story cottage. for thethree
are other firms who make
sensational runs of prices below tie !$3)00.) ) Will sell separately. We can give liberal t "

\ eon{price and when you tea.? It'1011I terms on hese. Ask tor them. Pfce :
\ DeIiOeatormonths f- I look at once for the hook for you knowIt
I isj a bait because no man can sell No. 9A new two story residence, facing jaiitoutside .
goods below cost unless he lUbe it t be city on the Biscayne Drive. Price $2500. terms '
up some other way.
I. There la the firm' with the islet of$800and baL $300 per annum. If you-want som thing new

sentence "We want your money." this ia the place to buy. r.
,Thatf WM a fool thing to advertise and dt'1l'1l'
3 Watch Tbis Space the It was ma showed the arm
was new In the advertising Hell It I I
-t : was run until everybody was tired II
: and i jthe papers did not want to print I I I <;
I It any longer. Then that firm madea
r change of front and advertised that
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JPor Scts ., o'; I 'hey would fin' any order made to the Brossier&Son
,t : q lit I catalougue house for B cents less than F. :

:. *- r't, !I: K it could be delivered..from hlcaga; i ..
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-j.rr } Everybody said It could not be done
: but Ine firm made good theypromise'(' I ,
and{that la always the tester value of f f',4 I 4' ,y. }. i '

I 'the advertising.;Ind that It Their take ads v.ry yave.been little effort of U Real Estate'and' Rental Agents I ;

Magnolia Grocery? Company. ,for: :he mind of the'o.sernnt., Inte11l.I "
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r I gen reader and bujer to see that'thejj "' .r f .V !h. It I l :
are up to Jate and leading U

,their line. _. _\ .. .QQi Avenue D Miami,
Eboo ;.84.--tomervenuel,alt444&reet"'l t [-'MIAMI HARD-WAR!* COMPACT: :'I l.x&ar-l2.rtdd.. .

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MX t THE OAn V.yI Ml METROPOLIS: MONDAY. JUNE 4. 1KM LIGHT PAGER

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Dade Co. Title Insurance (G) ATTAN006A'S'



.and OF MIAMI.Trust FLORIDA Compan INCORPORATED 'I I' I SPRING FESTIVAL Skirts E Skirts


Paid Up Capital 75000.; Surplus *1, .OOO TODAY AFTER MOAT EXPENSIVE I +,,
Insures land title., prepares abstracts of titles,loan and OPENED '
invests money on its own account and for others. Acts.. PREPARATIONS WITH
agent attorney-in-fact trustee assignee executor, re-
:SEVERAL THOUSAND PERSONS
wirer, or guardian. Address all communications fo "
PRESENT I Grand Skirt Sale at 'i
Pattrson. Sec and Treas. Miamljriorid..


Wm. Sons I hattanooga. Tenn., Jane 4- Todijr t
Curry's Is the opening day of the great
';!ring festival for which the most
Key West. FloridaHEADQUARTERS extensive preparations havto been W.M4BurbeOne
i made during the last month or two.
FOR Thousands\ of visitors from all parts :
Ship Chandlery Building off the State are congregating her
ahd the hotels are alreaJy ,
crowd ,
Kinds The festival -which will i
Materials Of All .
week, will be formally opened this afernoon

Coal and Ice, Steam marine Railways,Machine Shopi.Ferx* l tf, which with Bfty-nve an automobile motor cars,parade handgoraely I l white and polka dot duck 1 I.9S Don't Miss this Sale ofHosiery
decorated and filled with beautiful skirts worth 250 now .. .
f(
kind oi Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done at In' women will take parThe pa- '
All repairing ride will be reviewed by the Mayor One lot white circular flounce I
hottest notice in the betposible manner by expert skilled-mecluiiUt/ acid city officials. To night the festival 2.50 value now. . .. : :: I 1.98
show will open at Olympia Pork i
Great effort. have been made tlUyar I One lot brown and linen skirts, tuck I '
to make the show at the park :
Young_ Pharmacy tractive. One of the most Inter' and panel effects nine gored ,I 1.98 I I )
sting features Is the ostrich fa m. 250 value now .. .r. !; i
IXCOXPOATKD Which was exhibited at the St. Louis '
Exposition\ and there attracted so One lot pleated circular flounce I.
Store for The much attention. There will also be made $3.00. 2.48
A beautifully
Drug People kj j large spectacular show In which, now., t One lot plain, black stainless;
25
That's our motto and it has been the means of adding hvn more j|The than most sixty Interesting persons will feature take of part.j to- i: One lot plain Drown linen skirts 1 5 'I worth 12 l-2c ,now 3 t i>r. for ... G

dreds of new customers to our list. We sell only! the purest Borrow, will be the Red Men's ParI I 1.75, now .. .. .. .. .... s ,
One I lot plain I black ho: ;
ade In the evening when several hundred I e.
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drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered, pharma members of the order dressed One lot misses' white linen finis! and P. less, 15c value, now.. stainlOc I
cists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the Cit!.) like\ Indians, will march single (file I K. skirts 175 1 and 250 no*

2 Doors North of Postofflce I IW.E. Jhrough streets of the the brilliantly city to Olympia illuminated.Park, $1.25 and .... .. .. t. .. 1.98 1 One Jot plain black hose,. stainI Cr
where the Red Men will conduct a less.25c value now. |... .... .. Ou
YoungsJFresMiami 'Country Store.' The Knights j ot Our entire line of all wool Including; volls f
fOtorassan will have \ cede mohairs. English serge and novelty One lot I lace hose In black, white IfU
-- on trial Wednesday parade which afternoon.will be The and latins-of suitings at a discount, of 25 per cent. and tan,35c, value now .......L\3\J
,the most Important features of I the
festival week will be held on Thantfay One lot fine lisle! doubt'heel and toe In,
1 morning and It is expected hat Sale of Fine Laces black, white and tan 50 cent I 100

Transfer between floats, seventy-five and the one various hundred' value 3 for. ...<.. ........
representing and lines of business will Industries We have added to our I lace sea f I last '
fake part In the great pageant /Thecoronation week a goodly line of black lace One lot black and'wilte lace

festival and distribution of 6 1-2 to 12 l-2c now. ...'. .,.5 G lisle, value 75c, now v".. .:u_ COG(j jA
.0'; Company22912th prises to the successful owners of the ,
I floats, will take place In the evening. line of val laces worth 3c o5c per One lot brilliant lisle I lace\hose,
afreet, Phone No.157 and 1121 Avenue D, Ph me 110 |* Every.] Illuminated.night the city will be ,brU.Uy yard, now 15c and 25c per' z. yards black white, value If 00. now! ..'6uW
Garage and Stable 11th street' neat Are. E, Phone,JNo. 100Horses ,
+ f Postmaster Robbed
Carriages and;' "
{ i G.'W. Fonts, postmaster at River.ton

Automobiles II ;robbed, Ia.,of nearly all, comfort lost his Ufe according and;I"was to M. Burdine, 316 and 318, 2th -St

i i his letter which says of Jaundice that
i, for hire bv the hour day, week or month. Automobile storage even my finger Bail turned yellow;
repair and supplies. Agents for the famous FORD automobile when my doctor prescribed Electric
*. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilitiesfor Bitters; which cured m. and have .
moving heavy freight. Omnibus meet every trai 1. Baggage kept me 'well for eleven years." Sort r// '
transferred. ALL order receive PROMPT Attentisjj, cure for biliousness neuralgia weakness dhHcst
"I' and all stomach, liver Kidney LeMomliWonderful MarKs Oyster and
i. and bladder derangement A''Wonderful -

.- "- -- tonic.- '"At all drug- stores. EOc... Sea Food Our 'Specialty ,
"f Healer I
Oysters bj plate,,quart or,J..I0Do'
W: J. Brown: "Wire for Me =CURES=
Meals served at all hour 41012th. Street. Miami.FlondaI
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Inflamation Cut Bruises. Burns
Chapped Skin Roughness, Black-

1:1: and I'll Wire for You"Phone Complexion beans,Pimple soft and smooth Eczema.'and Keep fresh Investigate BefOreffuyesting

Sanitary : Price '25c I
Wind PowerHas
t 176 Sold by Biscayne Drug Company
,Plumber been adopted bv the best people of: the country a*the
C H. BROWN EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTANY cheapest power for raising water. Not the people WHO hare
.; BUSINESS I' them they could have steam, gas and hot;air too if they want.,
ed it. I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this
1 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR BEST REFERENCESFRED. with mechanism' I
business and my pump that 1 have just been
E. RANKIN I will tcj double the I
Mianj granted a patent on. guarantee
= 1019 Ave. D, 1113 AVCMW C BOX 672 JACKSONVILLE PLAN value and life of any wind mill outfit. Any infringement willbe


rp.IANO : i & H prosecuted.PERRY Cocoanut Grove j l' Florida,


*fek I CLEARANCE SALE I

\\k Contractors:
Owners
Two weeks only. Greatest bargainsfevcr i offered in ,Miami of reliable pianos AND Property, ,

t All pianos'marked in I.
plain figures fi If you don't want to SAVE MONEY'

we can't help you. If ,you lo, come to
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., 1 Rosewood Upright.2.00J''' 2 new Mahogany P//arcs, reg. $425. sale $368 The J. A. McDonald Co.

1 Oak Upright good condition., $165: I r' $465 sale $387- 4 f i ,

: : ; 1 Mahogany fine condition, reg. $365.T..TV at $295! I I" J"j' $475. sale $395 i and buy jour building iateriiL' LOllg: Leaf
Yellow Pine and Cypress1[of all kinds.Vc .,
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I;; 1 ,same as new.reg.. $425,sale, $329, I /i" $365 sale $318 i also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds) CementSash Door
Mouldings, and whatever else a builder requires -
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: .;- 'I new Mahogany piano regular$475. sale $360 1 One Oak Upright. iegular; "$14 .,OO. sale $95.00 I at lowest possible figure.ifou -_.'

;, I" $475.. sale $382, One piano player i new, reg. $250 sale $195, Know where- we are _14th. Street. Miami. Florida
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:I '' tourist Centals. Some slightly marred in handling, etc. ,All first class goods In fine shape, fully Chase & Co.! Ch ase'FireAdcident& Barney

; guaranteed no climatic excuses. Ctrl and hear the grand opera' artists sing in I


: THE VICTOR TLK1NGMACflh/NI:' / CHASE SUCCESSORS&:HARHET TO loc' I, '


Ib FRUIT AND
or your old home favorites. ';1 These fachlnes may rbe bought for $5.00 cash."l.00_ weekly. Largest of I VEGETA.BLEPACKERS Bud

sheet music In South Florida.: lOc per f copy. Gag and see us, look over our stock, and enjoy some'gooc' mil: : : Tornado

i OPEN EVENINGS., 4 :)' :: ::!t PIANOS TUNED.. STORED. RENTED AND EXCHANGED j Cash Dealers In ,



BUSH AND' SAnFORD PIANO O-v 1. .'! Crate Material Insurance FIDELITY f BONDSJLD&7


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EIGHT,PAGES THE MIAMI METROPOLIS MONDAY JUNE 4. 1KM tPAa SXVBMr

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SCHOONER "WAVE" 1 # ..


}, AI1f! HAD ROUGH VOYAGE Real i I l Estate Bargains I ;




FROM PENSACOLA TO KEY WEST .
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Ys offer. few choice: propertks for the Suit 10o Vdta.
-REPORTED PASSING CAPSIZED ?

The Southern Factory and Mills Syndicate of Boston, SCHOONER BELIEVED TO BE foBowftS ,
10 more Iota In "Bay View" addition at $150 each after which the

Mass will :conduct one ((1)I) of their mammoth..sales at MISSING VANDALIA OTHER price till'jb. advanced to S200. ,J t :
WEST NEWS
: KEY
. 1 lot 10th street near Ave. C, a big bargain at .. ......1300 .

The, Empire Dry Goods Store. Joe sale will start S lots I I on Fifth street each....:.......... .......... .1......148000ot :'
;2 ,, m Heua and let on Third street 6 room, fine place. easy tern. S1SOO
Metropolis, Bureau. Elegant h$me on 8th osocoRiverelde
; Key West June 2. r. "
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Saturday June 2nd The schooner Wave arrived In port are telling' rapidly! but we have a few chaise 'nee -
Tuesday from Pensacola with a load I left at the following, price:
of lumber. Captain Sawyer report I I I

after leaving here on the 9th of May, corn! lot on Twelfth Street...... ...... .... ..... .. ..11250 1,

worth of seasonable that which he dlJ encountered considerable a damage heavy storm to the Insidt' tort I on Twelfth Street.... .... .... .... ... ..,000 :

$25,000 vessel, but fortunately they weather. Inside let* on other .... ......S750

; ed the storm through Corner lots on other IItI... ...... ....... ..........1........000
The captain reports on Sunday the (
13th, when off Naples, they sighted ..
Remember that water, aewer light, paving and strait
what was supposed to be a vessel. bottom
Merchandise receivedfrom all be down there In the bOV sixty day*. .
I up, but owing to their disabled
condition were unable to venture near i
enough to discover what boat It w&II.1 '
By It Is thought to be the Ico.

I, the< factories and mills for this special saleRemember Sth fated Fogarty|Imany schooner, which left Vandalia this,port Capt.on\May m'l. } J. H.: Tatnm &

1 0 The Russell Corent Band gave the
t dates of sale first dance of the series of dances to ,
! I be given at La Brlsa last Wednesday --
i evening An enjoyable evening wa _
., .' spent, by all who attended. H
AT :THE Messrs. George Gwynn. Sam Thompson. -I '
Charles Collins, Willard Albury,
J. | Robert Roberts and others, went out ; Dr.Burnhjam .
a few nights ago to enjoy fishing by I

Empire'Dry ,Goods toreMiami .and moonlight George a} good Cleare.catch.They son report of Mr a fine Thomas time i liii Miami i Surgeon and Specialist :

Cleare, who has been attending schoolin }
New York has finished his studies If yon ar< a st fferer horn any Chronc Disease Ulcers, Tumor*, Caa-
I 1 and received his diploma. He remaIned ceror an Blood Disease, Catarr ial Diseases of Ileaa, Throat "
over a few days In the cityto
Li ngs Stomach Bowel) Dr..pepsiaindigeatton,
fI rida. Watch this paper for further ,particulars Miss attend Aline the Gibson wedding to Mr.of A.hiscoualn.H. Hop- All Diseases. Feraa'e: 'Disease* j Rectal '

t : i Saturday.The kns. He. expects to arrive home La est Electrical Aids. HomeopathicMedicinestock ,

Richardson Taka Club was entertained and a large i of Specially prepared remedies for Special work

her home by on Miss Gunnell Lotle street.McMahon Besides at I : Ladles laid Altajs in Attendance \i'i'a"stairs

the members of the club there werea
number of her young lady friends |n M tropolis Boilding- From 9 a. In. to 4 p. m.Stann. excepted :
Custbnlers& ,
To'O present Progressive whist was the
i r feature of the afternoon' entertainment -
Mrs. T. A. Sweeting won the
{ visitors prize. Miss Sadie Moss the
S, I first club prize and Miss Lena Has- Lpfton & ElnigMachine
klns the consolation At the conclusion "
Friends of the game, refreshment ,
and other IJ were served. I .
Charles and Ernest Cecil sons of
: rJ Rev. C. C. Cecil of this city, who I 5 ,
.: have been attending the Sutherland Shop
i We take pteaeur. In calling your attention to the following statement, Seminary, are expected to return this .
hewing condition of the Bank at close of bualnea May 9th, a* reported to week. They are now visiting their I Across The River.
the State Comptroller. < gf. brother, Oscar Cecil at Wlmauma '
Yen'will note continued Increase In strength and II.......... Ou!, deposit An examination for teachers of the "
are nearly a quarter of a million dollars. Our cash on hand and In public schools will take place June 5 Will engine on short notice.Expert .
repair your
bank la over one hundred thousand dollar., or nearly 80 per cent off our at Russell Hall school. .
depeelta, when the law require only 20 per cent. We have a respectable Gas Engine Men. We carrydy9a .
surplus, no bill* payable or note re-dlaeounted. In fact the statement STARTING ON A LONG RACE
would be considered an excellent one, and one that we are proud of. t1 os, coils, plugs batteries, wire, .
extend our thanks to our friend for their liberal patronage;;and New York. June 4 Henry Schmenl I
pledgeWe ourMlve to merit their confidence In the future aa In- the part.3 and Albert L. Corey, the two famous screw switchesLofton- -
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Respectfully, ,1 '
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long distance runner start to-
WM. M. BROWN, PresidentR. i day from here on a long dI.tuce'race t :
R.'McCORMICK,'Vfea. raatdent.,
to Chicago. Local athlete are greatly
JAS. H. GILMAN'Cashier.Report Interested in the race and will
: wmtch the trial of speed and endurance &EiiiigGreat
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I' with great deal of Interest BoUt ;
of the Condition of (be men have been training faithfully for ,
,;, I the big race and are said to be in excellent

BANK OP BAY BIS4CAYf Frenchmen condition.in Chicago Several have prominent backed ,
Corey considerably to win the race. ( Reduction
Both men have remarkable record ,
As reported I* State Comptroller,. Met 9th, 1906 I I a* en urance runners, but have nev I.
:er undertaken a race over such a long
RESOURCES 'i i course- The distance to be covered In Gents Summer Clothing and Shoes .
Leane and Discount .. ..'.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..S14M19 II by them' la about one thausand mile
County Warranta.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. S. .. .. .. .J .. .,. .. IU.11t In round numbers. and; tidies Skirts GOING AT COST.
.United State Fends .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .: 1, .. .. SOODOMOO
City of Miami Bonds .. .. .. .. .. .. .. :. .... .. .. 00 Sore Nipplesw "
Real Catate Owned .: .:':. .!: .: .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .: .. ItMi tl cure
Furniture and Fixture .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. j .. .. S.11I Kt may. be affected bjr appl7fqChamberlain' City loan Office Opp\! F 0
I Cxpena" Aeoewit' t .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...j j ..... S, M IS child Ice. done nursing.Salve a* soon Wipe a*It the 08 :

., CASH RESOURCES 1''', with a oft cloth before allowing the I ,
i In empire' Trot *A... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ;. ...> .a>a>..aaa* child to nurse. Many trained nurses I '
::1. Florida Bank and Tree Co. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. tM17 II I use this salve with the best remit
In Atlantic National Bank .. .. .. :. .. .. .. .. ..:.. 11.III11 Price 15 cents per box. Sold by Bl-
:!. Vault. ..,t' ;. .. .. ., :. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1M4S Ot eayne:Drag Co. and an drnggl t& Fort '
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Dallas Land ,
Total Cash. ..'.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. "'OUIOII Company
.1' We are Now Ready to burnish I d
SXTT. ISM t
LIABILITIES I a Tribune Snett I I' ,
Capital look. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4. .... tz7 saP DO :
Surplus .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. :'. .. 3,30000Earnlas \ : Lists'
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. i:!. .. 4,14 47CertMeataa :i and other Has on its
of Oepaatt .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. StlOS SICaaMora
Clmfca .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SJD1.SS ft makes
IndlvldMl. Depoatta .. .. .. Of .. .. Of .. .. .. ..111010 of BicyclesThe I .,
Total Depaelta .. .. .. .: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '; .. 1CI.It... I
.. 1Z77,111. I M me particularly attractive Bites for. .,

.l I 'both residence and business par-

I. .I... H. On MM, aaafcler af Bank tf lay luseyns, ........, 1., b
I tlllt,wM ... at mast Ie ...... .. 41|) i4i' t i p aes. An investment in Miami real _
CaefcllKJMB ,
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bicycles and other JOHN :B. RCILLY. J. r. INGRA1IAM.

goods are the best standard Agent For Dallas Land Vlce-PresldentFoft- Dallas
Loam

M. :J. Yarborough Monay TO Hartford goods and on the other market Tires. Com I lany, Miami Florida. Land Co., St Augustine.j.


Contractor and Builder I Coaster Brakes fitted to old I I I _
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On Short or Long lime wheels.I All work guaranteed. E. A. Robinson -
Bolder of the Palm Beach dotel Best new wheels for rent I ;

k House Moving a Specialty Easy I' Payments I 231 t 2th Street. Blue Front at Con'racting Electrician '


; Miami Florida Dade Go. Security Go. l Carroll & Clark I Tel. 216.: 1019 Ave. D, Miami FloridaI : \,




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I II II liS AN HONEST MANFIRM \ Monday, Tuesday ;i; 'J -MODd Taesday

!1 1L June 4th and 5th il r'e June 4tJ and 5th

FAILING ON WALL STREET t
The I
BargainCounters tHJ GAVE UP HIS PRIVATE FOR. I.I

TUNE TO LIQUIDATE: HONEST I

OBLIGATIONS OWED BY FIRM: :
sNew '
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York. June 4Wall street has
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had t< ousting the "peculiar" actions of a
man 4 who gave up a considerable for]
tnnKto pay certain moral debts which
he;.Was by no means obliged to paylundlr

Tfie; the man law.who cause:! this sensa- Bargains : Special Bargains
L tlon;was Edwin S. Hooley, whose flrmJ Sale .
E. A. Hooley & Co., of \o. 49 Wait at this great sale at this great saleMondayand .
Street, failed during the panic of 1903 ;,1
Th$!failure occurred on July %7, 1903.'
l"I I I three days after the failure of Talbol
I fTajlor .t Co. and W. L. Stow I .
& |3o., and was for three million dolt -
rtari The firm settled with Its creditor
in December 1903 at 50 cents
onihe| dollar In October, 1904 Mr. TuesdayJune
Al Hodley formed his present firm of
Holey Lamed & Co. his partners ,
Sewell'sare being George E. Lamed and Frank
E. Brumley. the latter the board memR -
be The house was notably success- 4th
and 5th
fuViffrom the start and Mr. Hooley,
wh<> when the old firm made Its aiIgnment -
*! assumed sole liability for I ,
its';)debts, found recently that the time
hail come when he could carry out hit

"nW st&ijfast(>a raI result obligations"purpose he mailed tb to to discharge the each creditors.of it his Previous to our stocl taking, we will offer these spec-

I 50 creditors,per cent.a check of his for claims the ,remaining with Interest ial bargains the public. Our stock must be 'cut down
at 6 per cent from the date of ,
out tb4 failure.a precedes Hi: *In action Wall Is street not with the regardless of cost. If you intend going away this L

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precedent Are not numerous. Mr.
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iobley.. who is still a young man. has is time to offering
f,; always been well liked In the Street. summer, now your get ready as we are

The 903 failure was 'due of to Mr.an Hooley's over account firm UBtansTllle In goods never before offered at these low prices
ft: Terre: Haute and Keokuk
Desmolnes. These railroads theft
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expected to selL
the money panic developed how-
ever, bankers refused to loan on the
forced collateral to suspend.and the Hooley firm was $1.00 Caps 75c : Scarfsl.
Overflowing
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SUMMARY :0irETEOROLOGICAL Automobile caps and children's: amoFew Oriental scarfs left to dose out

The following is the meteorological shantas, all prices, 25 per cent I off. at 25 per cent below the. regular price'

summary for the month of May, last
compiled and famished by the weather .
: 1 observer at Jupiter station: Belts I Veils I
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Atmospheric pressure-Mean, 29.97,
''' highest 3028 on 12th 'lowest 29.67
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: 'jf; { J oft 22d. Kid Belts, In all colors, white and blk., Long Automobile Veils,: all colors, $3

with-good : olj i,1'emperatureHIghest the 5th; lowest 68 on, 89 the degrees 19th; silver and gold Belts, silk anq greatest dally range 17 degrees on1 the I belts. All are to go at 25 per cent off veiling. Will go at sale(25 per cent off
24th. and least daily range 5 degrees
rid: the 11th. The mean temperature, .
I I4i. the month of May in 19 years, Parasols

': Hhe 'age(;Precipitation 76.4 degrees.-The total amount'oflkinfall J j I Underwear "
thingsthe b bargain recorded during the month, received lot ladles' Few left In
was 7.4 Inches. The greatest amount!lt.t Just big un rwear parasols fancys. These are
,,. ? rainfall in any 24 hours was 2.641 to be closed at 25 per cent,below value to go at sale at 25 per,I cent reduction I
< : Inches on the 21st and 22d. The average
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w .l' for the month in 19
years was
: .. ,:. .r : : t107! Inches. .
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.I W 1 ; ."'h1.. )'." "I u ; n't .WitC" ,"i.T1 |!1W1ndThe prevailing direction Undervests Embroidery
Of the wind from the southeast i
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"' an average velocity Af 12.1 miles. | Big lot ladles undervests, (food quality All our embroideries to be sold out at f

0 ) '1 ;!the: was maximum 126 miles velocity' from for the five west mines on- All sizes, to go at this safe 6 or"48e. 25 per cent off. At this sale only.i 1
{ t' 0 Lbe 27th. i
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MIiIi* ;.J",.i ; [ 0 j 1 i .{Sj:J'Weather- During the month there .
Mere 4 clear days; 20 partly cloudy; laces Dress Goods
i iShQSnatchdIf4WJCe I
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I cloudy! 7; on which .01 inch or more ,
or precipitation occurred. 16. 1 ij
1I I Entire line laces .lncluding torchons, Mohairs, ,Panama Veils, Broad-doth,
) :ELEBRATE zerrH ANNIVERSARY II vals, net tops,.OrientalsJ and'Alloven. : Serges, ':,and_ all Jdress 'goods on sale

[f Boston. June 4 The Ancient:,and 4 These to go at 25 per cent reduction. these two days at 25 per cent off.
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Artillery Co. of MojsaChnsetts -
'\ = is celebrating its two hundred !

i1 ;L-day. and Shortly slxty-elgth after 1 anniversary o'clock In the to- ii Dress Trimmings Kaiser Gloves j

: .Shirts i at half price 1 afternoon mud escorted assembled the the members at their Governor headquarters of the of com the II Braids, Persian-Band, and Trimming of Our entire line of Kaiser silk gloves :

State and commander-lnchief to the I all kinds on sale at 25 per cutoff. In white, blk.and colors,25 per ct. off :.
1 .xCi -4"s) Vrir ', Did.South Church. where the annual !j .
iermon will be delivered. After the .

.. = =.- r: jssea= church Conclusion the, company of the exercises will march In to the the i 1 ladies' Shirt Wa sts Neckwear :
Common where the of
ceremony com- ;

Hats at half price will msslonlng be performed the newly by the elected Governor officer and !I $4.00 Waists for. . J>. .$3.00 Odd lots of collars.;\to go at 25 per cent .;
:commander in chief The'company j reduction. Collars and cuff sets all
., A I II n i :. f' ] t/ .: will then parade to Fanenll Hall.where J' 5.00 waists for ... . 3.75 ,
J.I.* f 1 Ip dinner will be served at half past six I; prices from 1.75 to fc; 25 per ct off
i I' o'clock.formal reception.It will be proceeded by a ;:i 6.00 waists for7.50walstsfor. . .. . . 4.50. t t"I

1 I' :. .. . . .5.63' 1 Hosiery i

i I (Jlothingrat half price -, .,.<-v:, ..:., ', ;i 10 00.waists for.-. .-. ./ ... .1.. .7.50 Ladles black hose from fifty cents to

,fu';; :>". \... ',;*".;.tt-..,. ltir.i.if' ,' Li:6Mertt&.fb $1.00, to go for,38c' to 75 cts. Ladles'

f j (I .. l'r Silks I white hose, ,,'all;at_'25"per cent off.

k *... *T..'#,,;;,. 'j o ,s Lot children's and ladles hose, 6 cents
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\ fr' "" JI Taffetas, Chinas, Japs, Peau de Sole, r "

t. i Do not :buy until you inspect tl, ese I Crepe de Chine, and Pea 'de Crepe. Complet&11l e of Baskets and Jardlnlers

f ... 'Ii. : I! To go at twenty-five per.ctVeduction! .to be, ,closed out at'this sale cheap.

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: :iiT/Wecan!? save you l' Big/moneyl' H; : REAL ESTATE \ All .Hats from .$1.5,) to $15.00 at 25 per cent reduction, ,

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Monday Tuesday
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