Group Title: Key West morning journal.
Title: The Key West morning journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091654/00098
 Material Information
Title: The Key West morning journal
Uniform Title: Key West morning journal
Alternate Title: Morning journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: June 23, 1912
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Language: In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091654
Volume ID: VID00098
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33273315
lccn - sn 95026771
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Western league,, the next season and ? '
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', > 'manner. for this success. ,Comlskey's '\. ., ":.J"\'i1JI"i":1i! ; .:... iiJIffrd.: "

.( : our patrons. )\.j season reason. 'was for, letting that be Dip had go an the Idea next the : .' '. ." e tfJ.Y.' } ::'; ;; ...""" .' _.'.'..' "" ,., "' . ', <', ''':-.,-!., ..'. ..,. .tO''"" .f'. '

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I T1'Don't I gish liver'to work und pills. Equally bencficixl J
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i. .. National! League This Year keep you well 0 for children or adults .
forget it you want'Magnolia Breaks His Rul.

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Draught Beer you President Barney Dreyfna. of the
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berg's saloon Also Bottled lie .says Plttsburr will tin the pennant . ,
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that can beat':IIS. ,Qood or bad! ,"" 264 Eaton'Str.eet

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THE CORNER OF SIMONTON & Fred Clarke was awakened at ,S US. FOR (1'r: ',' 7
o'clock in the morning In Chicago-- by Baker Bros.RESTAURANT. CREAMS OF EVERY r.i.t.. !
EATON .STREETS THEO. HOLTSBERGNext somebody who told him that. Alex. },fc- AND THEY FLAVOR; .,.... : (
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Is not subject to any Etta excepting his Will Opeu April 3rd at the r " .
- ---- -- --- TELEPHONE--219-FOR-YOUR- fits of fine ball playtng.alsobelnc .Corner of Caroline and t l .. . .
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Dr7 ff .: lairs tbat Mao would"neTer out eo -,Maigairet S reeets- '- >! .' "" '

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low's Regular Meals and Short Orders : 'Jryfl <' '
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1 .t't ":'Ga,.,>pe.'!"t s'bne'of. ." t li e Fast : 6;, rThose: Present "Not Voting,. 344, Regulars. Finish'- .What Re- + }

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/ ; ..";:t: "'),fi," ManjYears I Ij I JAMES B. DUKE- .' Steps k n b r Roosevelt..DelegatesLasft r FRED DENNETT I a Few .Days

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"I Keeiey'singgora'} defoa-ted the Night to Hold Mass Meeting

V; \'*! 'Oeorgla's'ifijtp'. yesterday aftornoon Santiago de Cuba. June 21.--Onn I . '

,'. :at'the South Boach ball park in one for Purpose of Organizing Party hundred and fifty rebels surrendered '

, of the best game, 'played hero in to the federal troops In various parts ,

.. Yearn. Itwas' battleroyltVi.trom. I of Orlente province toddy tak'lLt advantage '.

t start to finish*and took tiff 'Jnnlncs (KXCLUSIVK: IMSPATCHKH TO Tin: JOURNAL) : of what was sjipyosfxl to oe '"qI

1! ,- ito:decide who' would be the wlnnen '<<:;HIIU.\.( O. JUNK 33 2 A. M.-WILLIAM: HOWARD TAFT WAS the last day of gra e 'allowed h*' PIe

".p, The team, work of both clubs showed I xt HKNOMIXATKI. ) AS REPUBLICAN: OANOWATK FOR THE: JPRKHIDKNT "' Montoagudo amneSI)'.' The' ge.ueeAI-- '--- -- '

bo'far OF THK l'xiTJJU-STATf/oi: :/ AT 0:15: O'CIACK LAST! NIGHT OX j -aJUiQUiiced this horning;, however, ;+

,. thonvjtd bpve"thoanvate.urrciasiriani" THK FIRST RALIxrr, BY AN O\'J<:I \\"IJ L1J1XH1UJIU'l'c1'I"RESHu.XT that the amnesty extended oven tlio23ird .
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r' the grand stand'to" Us.feet time aftertime k e the midnight of June 21 as had been'supposed. 1' .

, .. ,i bur ::tbe great'play' of the day WILL AGAIN UK 'TAKfS.RUNNINCl. JfATK.\ : THE' NAMK" OK rOX>NKiJ *St f@tif ,; Therefore the rebels have ., .

occurred in thlf! sldh: Inning when ROOSEVELT: WAS NOT PRKSKNTHI: *, AND HIS DKLKC1ATKS: : SAT/ IN i>Iv4w until mlldnlght Sunday morning to

I .',r. the Georgia's' center fielder. Good MUTK) PROTKST AGAINST ALL PIsOCKKIMNJJS.. lay down their amis and receive

caught a hot liner; apparently far THE OKKICIAL-RKSULTS' OK THE KIRtT. HALI.OT (.41'1: TAKT Immunity for their misdeeds against

,outof. his reach,.wjth his bare hand, KOLI.KlfrK the republic. It Is estimated that
: ROOSRVKLT 107 LA
1 sod made a douible play. 501),) ; ; 41 ; CUMMINS 17; Hl'GIIKS: 2; with the' Ifio who came In today hoe

AB. R. H. PO. A. E. ABSENT O; PRKSKNT HUT NOT VOTING 844. AS ROOSKVKLT'8: have already surrendered. The num- p,.

!Aguilar If, . -.4 ' ,2 1,0 0 NAME: WAS NOT PRKSKNTKI, THE ONLY.VOTE.G1VKN HIM WKRK ber of ,arms brought\ has not been ;
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Sanches 3b7., . .4 1 1 7,0 FROM THE DJ id ATfS OF MUcH STATUS AH ILLINOIS WHO annon
Panther',}b. ... 6 0'1 14 0 o WKRK: 1N8TRUCTKU' FOR ROOSKVKLT 11Y lIll-XT: PHKSIDKNT1ALPRIMARIES. : While Itt, \ believed that the sHuat ,,
Mira P'J. . . .E I) 0 0 0 1 0 t > Is so.yell'. In hand that t'.i!.
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,Sorondo ,2b ,. ,3, 1 0 .1 3 1. tiger ;
-- 'KLIHU ROOT WAS APPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF TilE COMMITTKK *lpoertaln that General .
,Carballo c ,;'-V'; 4 1 0 70St Monleagudo :
t Medina ct..J. 1' 3 O. 1I TO INFORM,, PRESIDENT TAVT OF HIS RKNOMI.VATION." ANSDINKKN ) was also highly displeased by. Jthw, ,

7 I Carballo B,4;; 0 1Z 1 3 o' OF. OHIO WAS APPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF A OOMMITTKR\ action of,the volunteerslrf falling .10 , !b""'M, '; e 1'

', Klrchenbaum rf ,S', 0' ,p- 1. 0. 0 -. TQ VICE SftKIlMAN. TilE CONVBNTION Al>. obey' Instructions to, the' letter and/ : ;P.v' "
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S" 7 '3odlt' ia' .. M.. AMID\THK 'p.nnett coittmlsilonerv of the discipline. the regulars-: : !-tI{ v a
w' .Totah..U acl' f.rmneap. Somervllle N.>J, Into Mr. ,
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'j., .aD. ..POD A.E? a park that surpasses In beauty the "i'. ; I general 4.nd'oftlco. and his Rttlarmyof | l ]' ; 'f
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'I \ GU1 lb ..f.. ., .., .5- 'il r famous royal park of Versailles. ,What } employs ,partlolt> < life..They' enVUted: fob ""tce; In. r ) ; \,
i ,Cox.. .'. ,.. "'.'4 .%8 w .1 r1 1. o ;o was 'a'flat plain'now,ha* lake, hills. the eolebra'tlon.of the centenary' ,of the, tents(1mtnidlately'atter'Qenetat; or.'I' ; ,'.,\ .
'Good : :: J 00: ChicagoJune1.JJ, {'.,ThlBreJwa t ii 1 > not thus;beens c .eta4d'toouated, land ' fJ- \, i imea'ttbslt' .
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sA30o'p11 ?1D1' o..aI ; beet!4bQe4n ; t. ... General Eitenox had surrendered'tothe 4
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8a'nehe. ; ,:. ..",''I""y." ._11>11 -.1. 17' leader to'take t' :over the machinery or votes at all but underactual a .
""' and>Tonn nt; tQlenbas; ,but It was pointed'-out''on the'contrary'
}, ," .Good:*Agwtlrr'-Sorondof _orUle ,<*!\VAhlngtonJrune i v 33-wvhlle. the the' repjibllcan ,party; Inthelstatewhere'the'organhsatloua.lare; !; : ,' conditions I ,nope' that.' ;ho '. Nawi; London:: t onn.,> June 31.- that It was extremely unlikely -
will not vote at all.
'hit,''S ncto/Modino'"and' Co*:,'ha... navy,department IS aiming to.racalii '.:j : in. ,con.trd4 'now 0" Ideal'weatherirougbt out60,003 that the American commander .
composed -
!i I.,:an balls. by McReMlT' : *!M>r-Shady I ft, .i the..-'warshlpe ,of the.:'Atlanthr1' "fleet" of; Roosevelt, vipea/-' "; "The baa'convention no clalmto as represent person to witness the Yale-Harvard had any authority to receive the surrender

lRIbJ.ura."J..b1'; Ban h..1f struck out from 'Cuba so that. theyi!. may'tak. annual regatta on the Thames to- of Estenoz nor was It likely
l uchr the republican. candidates voters of the party. It represents
In. cases the
both Freshmanrace
Ulra:4.-b1' Sanchei it'i'rt3i doy. Harvard won such
"b1'.Sb'4ey'1. fcy part In the summer manoeuvre; successful frnudIn that he would receive a surrender "
!;.'dead''baf'byMcReally" 1.'to Me. ; ::oxpected that they will be 'wit n' for state offices 'may be endorsed nothing but the will of the and the Varsity race The Yale If it was offered. '
over-riding the
:'dine, Bhadey '1' to.Klchenbaum!'. lott tin*a'.leaving the marines on guard of they do not wish to go rank and file of the party. Anyman colors were trailed six lengths behlna Documents of importance were

i '';onb..IeS'Georelaa: 8?: by.Koeloytt8q'passod lit/'in\ : Cuba.; through the formality of bolting. nominated by the convention in the big event. found upon the body of the rebel .
ball by Bnedeker) \ wild v -it ha. been suggested that the big constituted would The freshman race was the first general Zapata who was killed I Inaction

.throw *y MoBeally i I'hit'' og Mlra bauleshlps be withdrawn, ,ubstltuv-' AS now on the program and was rowed up on June 19. They consisted <
bate ::6; -. one baN and lthree l tug the Atlantic- reserve fleet successful fraud. It would be ot general giving some
'* 'nlngs),'.off ,8anches .G ,ono' base (f in- ing ot the battleships Indiana Iowa, making preliminary arrangement deeply! discreditable to any man road bridge to the navy 'yard. the plans of the rebels. They were

1"b.lnga); spy McReally? one baso hit ,Mal-.ie and Wisconsin and the armor for organization ft a new party, Co:. the convention's nomination The eight-oared/ four-mile varsityrace signed 'by General Paradas and directed -
I .to cccdpt:
,1(7 ,inning*)."'oft'Shadey, Z one, bate ed cruiser Tennessee Birmingham.Chester ,. Roosevelt definitely severed his relations -i 'under these rlrcuinstnnces the big' event of the day started to General Zapata. :,
(and 1.;three"base(8'lnnings' ).; box Montana and Tacoma under and any man thus accepting at' (G i o'clock this afternoon and wascoped The orders Instructed Zapata tn .

: 'oS'hadeyuonoi. ,\ ". '' the command of Rear Admiral with tho republican national it would have no claimto down stream. The start was take all the kerosene he' could from

f, ti K I8'ht. This plan would allow the convention. In statement setting of republicanon opposite Red Top and the finish at the country stores and to apply It > '

yt' "sTtoNETOTURCH.Sun.dayi : navy to leave the marines in Cuba. forth his position, in this regard he support party grpunds\ any find would the bridge which marks the end or freely to all properties except those >
The Cuban situation U k-eicarileu bv the four mile course. owned by Cubans. Cuban ownod ,;'
had ask the .
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111''t" aid .that since the convention have forced rights *
In the
as much im Harvard was the favorite coffee plantations were ordered; re- i
the state department
: / : chool'rf:45: ,. m of liny' honest man ofany \
-. : ;, ;: declined to'remove the delegates who support varsity race among unprejudiced<1 ou- spected.

i .,piMornW0ervlce'jil:6o( o'clock:, the proved.Regarding the charge that the he contends are fraudulent, he coula party on moral-"(Slgned ground) servers of the oarsmen, but It was The order Instructed General Zapata -

4 Ufcject, will t ;pea"A'Tate hat I:* Told.. government of Cuba co-operat-til 1"1the' not recognize :JU authority. He urg- "THEO. ROOSEVELT." conceded thatYale had a better to .Join his force with that or 1\' "I
3:30: it was.sUtoj chance tq win than In two or three General Rosario and destroy the *
-.Junior'League : p'm. negro insurrection the
; , ed his delegates to refrain from voting Chicago June la.-It was
.' I Eveningdeervlcb; ait: 7-,80,, o'clocTA-:: :: I today that the state department, feel convention although statins hope oftho party leaders as tho fifth years. II railroad between Palma Soriano and !i.
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the best test of the accuracy of the convention Santiago de Cuba.' Women and ..
of the fifteenth republican
SelfahneiL"The day I
\ 'the iufbject j ,' "tnvlne rumor* is the manner President (omen bat in case they did vote he could to conclude 'tho convention FIRST CONCJIlKQATIONAt. children were ordered respected but
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..' orpn'eoIDUD.\ttee\ ,will meet at and' the Cuban. army bas delt not free them fromthe_ obligation to lato tonight.' Leaders were. Pastor.\ men who were captured after they ,

I c1OH' ""morning service The with the rebel 'him.. ,., B. K. Darlington, had resisted were ordered killed.
he fot cast their ballots for it w Inclined to thjnk without wishing to school 9:30: C. d. Lewin In
Sunday;
W'hen' attack to be madethe
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below 1* made tap as .wellWaipolbltthe afternoon' arbitrary that all neoasaary word
PUK8UYTERIAI CHURCH. I charge. rebels were.instructed to ride in- ".
I ; < nrst list-lias: : been t. or of the' conventloil could bo iLccompUshetl' Preaching service 10:45: subject \
> "that" 'beforjT;: dJqurnmel to It without hat so a* to be able
r In thattimattTbetjeaders'agreed'uponp . "
'.od6'8trO'e4"1f any nameare omitted Immedlaely aftertliere "Somebody Hath Touched Mo. to themselves from the '
distinguish
Street convention
Masonic. Hall Simonton the pr tentative
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i ::' .rTt tjt islrtmlttake.'Lbt nilDeport at I Sabbath school 9:45: a. m. Mr. D. would' be 'Neld..s meeting or plan whlch'however, will 'bo the sic by the service 7:30. Gospel government troops. '

(;MoinlagsetyltezSorduty.1 ,; The comMr ; WhetBtorie: superintendent. Rflosoyelt' delegates who wlbll to enlist subject of, possible sudden changes service Evening and music by the c olr. Tbo opinion Is still expressed here .
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and 7:30 some
. at 11 a. m. dovolopments
'. t'nalbtee0; '.. .1 ... r Preaching tn; a new party. If' there are unetpoctod According Subject "Joseph's Question: Doth trying to buy off Estenoz and Yvo- '"'1

. ,\ 1'r '"' .:;;qeo.l Walte Mr*, ,Granl'1nq.a P.J Prayer giectlng\ Thursday 7:30: p.'cordial . Colonel Roosevelt at 12:30. this; on the floor to the of program the conventlea., there will My Father Yet LlveT" not. The reason for this opinion is' .. ,

f,a'IH"" .K{4,11. oreno.' 'Mr*. Refs.-: Miss, Not- m. > morning issued this statement: be morning afternoon and night sessions . Tuesday evening 7:30: Bible leuson. said to be the Inactivity of the troops, I

) Uolnms.NjMUir to ail who will I with the during the last few days and GeneralMonteagudoa ;.-
.(,.i eMrt.vKelefiuiOMni.; ,! Invitation "A clear majority of delegates of the convention nomination Thursday evening 7:30: weekly
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assurance revolt -
RobonMnCr'Tli these servlcse. and vice
Mr of of presidential presidential
to any
MrsjLjnjjpkln. come
, : Oleen,, honestly elected to the convention ; prayer meeting. would be over within, a week
the climax or
; .'.* N Otto; Mr*. Fleltas. H. If|. Nt, vr-'e.r pastor.x II were chosen by the peoplo candidates as Fri Jay evening 7:30.: / choir prac-. detplte the fact that there are num-

1' :Mrs? J.NLLmie'Wellacdbt.-eadh,;> M....., Earnhsrd'! Robert Miss. FIRST CHURCH OP J. H. and all
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n..XlAMtM[ \us Mlzpah Otto I ot these services. of President Gomez left here .,
Church of Christ Scientist h majoflty of convention at all except '
tho
First
p ': Ben*. of Taft, $ sented! to I
: ; ."A'I' .rCurrvMr.: corner Division and Oeorla treotB.LeeBon'sermon the national committe, by so without his consents His Instruction For Bongo today It Is Intimated that:

lCnwr' '-iThl\oim.TO'ltiei. elected"": by the\ 11 a. m., *ubjoct-: I called ate am roller" methodsand ;' to his leaders were that. J1A1TIST CHCUCH. he Is going Into the woods_.- -to -seo 4he_ ___ _, -- - -, '
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1 (.; ; "Is the Universe Including Man with scandalous disregard, :II his name must be' withheld. It was I j leaders -
stewards designed.to be represenI Force" Sunday B5'hooT' ::30:: a.: m. F. T1" Several skirmishes were reported 1
Evolved by Atom I of elementary !..JIolntlldall1.howev.l'rtbatcor.Rouse
principle
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'I. Uv.. 'J. Golden Text! II Peter :3:5.Wednesday I : -cmesty nod-docem it6iro 80". ]: velt' expressed desire In regard to Hoffman superintendent. Preachingservices In various places by the government i:

; 1 *f manpUtO! __J --SunAa lCbool10--a.-r ; -- I 90 delegates putting on the this phase might not cohtrol the del- It.a. m. and 7:30 p. m. troops. Several negroes were reported -
v _ 8 'or Morning subJoct: "Tho Inspiration killed. The forces of Colohel Vallento -
evening meeting p. roll sufficient number egates from tho'state where flat I
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7' J. ;; G f3THEET; METHODISTv I of temporary fraudulent delegate. to dfear.I) Roosevelt Instructions were given. of Christian Sympathy."": Evening. are said to be still'closely pursuing -
,
m.Reading'' "Anchors for the Soul General Antomarchl l. the negro .
place open talk and
'roo meame win or There much conJec-
!, f ,,:veervlcel0;80 a, 'm.' *ubct. Friday from the legally expressed was Come anJ worship, with no.. leader ,accredited with .the threat to
Monday Wodnooday and and to- substitute r' ture in all quarters all to Just what
') .:':(iret'thFPea3over: for U. to tho people I C. E. \Y. Dobbs -pastor.CHUIICII.. hens every white man he finds.
welcome final
Miss 10 to, 12 a m. All: are dishonest for an honest majority. Roosevelt would do after the I
L7ufltar Leawue 10) a. m. That there are still lange/ bands or::
His
and service of tho convention.
the reading room convention has declined) adjournment
Curry. "The
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fay.Sand; MissBert&, rebels out was Indicated by a report
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''to the roll of fraudulent plans for tho organization of a new nMORlA: '
lanager* and organizers.Son4ay AlOOSK. purgo received from Captain Monzon .f the
TO debated and commented
ICE
NO thereon were
1--the party
Robt. placed ?
,- ,ohool, a; 0- p'; m. ) delegate guerrillas. He says that his command
; most of the both
'by men on
ana<
upon '
lboimpeon( *ufrertntendant.vertng speelllJ calted defunct national Committee Preaching 10:30: a. m.. subject: fought a group of 100 negroes for a .
There wM b s Is" which thus endorsed Ides,of the fight. In this third party
1r) *enrce '1U! pj m.. sub'XJhrtst No. the majority ." half hour this morning and finally )jI
lodge Worehip
"S" < ." meet.1ng'of' the Key Wet, the fraud ws mado a it was said .that a convention wouldbe "Spiritual., r
4.N. : oa ard1ho.Bo8lt.: for 734 L.' O. 0'' M.. held a* the lodge only because'/ncluded called 'probably in August atwhich I Sunday school 3:30: p. m.:, E. E dislodged the enemy. Several horses a
r'nta.'wlB. : ,1'rpecishservice on Sunday morning Juno 21, majority delegate time tho progressive members I were ((taken but there were no known .
room* fraudulent I superintendent.Preadhln'g
We the ( Archer .
paring men'' and .flsnormem AU member, who 1J'Ont-' sat of beth the republican/ and democha- casualties' on either lde. The rebels
,m. Judge* .
at 10 a. all M
; 'p In.the Hams HlghScboot.;;, themselves: who I 7:30: p. m., subject: have left trail of'Y
"I bly can, are wr ent'y''requested' to i another". cases."It .. tlc parties would ''be asked to par-j are reported to a ,
r Ta'isle;.,Ole td-all. TeatHatfon-r. : .\i'aJ coyweloone abtend.Surstuoes of Importance l op one these fraudulent votes bad J tlclpa to. I '"The Dying M rtrr'* Prater." blood l behind them. -

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SAI. j.<,wf. j.i .. . .\ . : \ \: .. _.. OCTIOIAI. 'cmr.ApR\54! \ ./-.:

(!( I U' :',>' I GHOSTS OFXTHE_. CAPITOL IfI WORLD'- 1 REA STCANDLE' ::: > Baal

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"Irr] Armchair of' Lafayette 1'1 When .the body-of V'i President GarfleM \A. giant/candle/ } msde\ln. Harlem. N. r \ Great ''Wall_. of Chin 17. j l" '

: \ flay, In state in the atl1to... an old',.0.}'Y\ ,aod/deitmed for B*. .P... *, at '0' .- ( .

i 1 I \Iglneer who was ,employed In Ut* baq RomeX ya* .blcsesd before the altar -, rK
t: : i"""' meat. and who:ridiculed the 'deg. '" *)1. &b.-\Blagt'o::; by v h/ Pop e'1.t: \
$ I Sr' decided "to bVevnged/luP burnV without,.'( drip for sir long year*. t .,

:A '1 r rst \ (Ithe watchmen and policemen who / etandng\over| 11 Sept.hlgh.\weighing '\tf6q

.- 1 1 mained la the ..building, through' ; over /ZQtf'( pounds and coating .sweep .M .
: night 'He* procured twb i large \ 9f11 9f11'cbOBla '1.C06, Vhe\candle Is de'.o _
J' llsb -walnuts and. securely lied the } anal/n: beeswaxtdlpped with SOO abdutV marvelon,/!wick.\FromwithIn
shells to the four feet of a Vet cat plnTi "
t : 4 .. carefully turned her 'loose m B ./ a foot\of,the tqP\toa', ,foot, of
g bilL The'noise of those .sbeW'on the the botto It\ IB,.enrbosaed. In- gold. /

., marble floor at midnight, 1A the semidarkness Tho. centerpiece, of cunningly wrougbt
fs 'a_ -4iftract'd at scam '/sfoid 1 and dell ; )y.carved: wax,shows
let
about \t f. her '.lilies of the v fnd a1 lovely sacred -,
pered trying/ (to r
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tf shoes the' washer 'the7 picture. The \ a ..facturer- will not tee'
4 new gav: / s
I 4t r ) name.oi wh -
fright of their lives
.vstnkY ' though a harmless ieae./gave rlsi/to the candle a raced;
the footat p*d rvVhen one ha,. long. \andeeaee'leselyto
the story of spectral
: which follow all those/ who. ha v f to the saint* for health\he. 'J k (lso- ry44, Y't4 1 rlr''r 1 1k
i : : : I cross the.rotund :,/ n- Statuary /halt. does not parade his feenerons attitude'. 1 .l r b

._ ; 1 after the building ,i ls closed foV the He lay*. what ,he baa\upon''the'aitend *
silently hti ::
i I night 7 goes\ on way.
The rotunda ,,had'Its own special \St. Did 10/lis the pa 0\.lalnt. 'of
tfttue"whoBuffer" from 'disease of thothroat.
haunt. The prevailing belle/ In regard .
'It l the tradltlodv tbat he
'to this particular. haunt la that ;
miraculously \CUred a HtuV'clal'.ot
on certain daysl/preaumably anniver ;
. \ y yjt ,'ydb series the bent/and huddl d up figurer I tbroa dUeastX white' on h a\ why. to
I a b Workman/with his t ols be I martyrdom In \Jfce early''' dtrs\of\thQ t
r a may ' 1 \ -L X '
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a, + loon the/BOction. The 1 cbureb. A.X ', > 'con'ce ,ii 4;
through '
flitting I \ ,* V f'GIANTS 'Recent Investigation 'have, revealed many hew fact "
foundation for this Idea doubtlessarose r OFNtHE' FORES great Chinese walk its:'Construction,and 'It \.purpoae.. Thla moat ,i9,.tie"defensive '
from the accou t of the death work In the wo .'-was once" 1,250 Mlles long, extendlri .1:1:
of a workman which occurred there --'I. Mongolia.and hlna proper loom uchau'eaetwa'to; the gulf of p.h ;w ": 7snextension
during tho early days of the construe: Australia I Idys clalm.'to growing the northeastwards to the. Sungafl'Tlver.Njt la 35 fee> hlg. 21. '..ftt"
riff ,a ," iii sa lion;of.the oapltoU' He lost his footIng talje.*trees InVlie world, ,, whilst California thick, and la faoed with anlte ..blocks with towers at tr ue ,,,t .... '

: upon ;'a ecatfold'and was. killed by trees lire\noted fors-tlteir\ girth The; wall dates. from' the latter part. of the fourteenth century. *jcer' tile t
the fall to the floor.Tbo I and diameter. Tfte tallest "Callfornlan accession of the I&inchu d naaty In S644 It 'was allowerf fall I Into deny i

f wraith of John Quincy Adams I forest giant discovered was found except at. a few point* where t v+ae mat tamed for custom* purpose*.' '
from all narratives on the subject by actual measurement to be 340 feet ,- .:
h seems to be/the one most often en. high. But Australia' ecord gum tree I ; -

_ # a'u' f countered. At time It Is alleged that beats this by 140 fet.'Baron Mueller, IS HOLY VGRAIL I IA IN dENOA7 MEUSES'OF fE PIGTAILAlthough' .' .. ;
'www l" no may be/seen in Statuary, ball formerly who was formerly government botanist -: r I( \. /I "

the old house of representatives In Victoria, said that "tie AustralIan I large green cup hexagonal in mo4 n China, has: sates 1
and the scene of his death; ac guiri trees attained a': \\helght of I shape-which Recording to popular belief the l"ptgtall'on.the altar,of llbertr. ;. .

Marquis Areonatl Vlaeontl of"Parts' has presented to-the Uriltad".States companied__by'the whole congress of 600 feet, but the tallest that the' baron was used b\Christ*and, htsXapoa. ny Xel BUe a etilll took: upon. the t* : '
National Museum the armchair of th* Marquis de Lafayette. It lain excellent 1840, .gathered In ghofltly conclave.;'He ever measured wee -a- prostrate- one ties at the Last upper, Is treasured fi an; condition end has not bean repaired. The frame la of plain unpolished mahogany Is also credited with roaming about on the Black Spur: ten m11ee\fromHealesville In the Church of\St.- Lawrence, '> t IB It Hve advantages, It saves! the

and It la-upholstered In graen allk and worsted cloth Interwoven with a all parta of the 'papltol aid may be which war. 480 feet high. Genoa, Italy Its history goes machs .; ,fbr. If two Chinese quarreC they J
floral design resembling tulips. After Lafayette died In IBM the chair/became teen at almost any time./ This tree was 81 feet In girth near Its further back than \event. aa/HUT each other' pigtails\ "instead'o(

the property of hla son, Edmond de Lafayette, who presented It' to the Marquis There la also the story of Gen. Lo- root In 1889 a* civil engineer Jouineylng \ I claimed that tt was a present from/tb* r earsXlt IB a IIl'Iytkld M.reawe: I ' \..

Vlscontl. gun who returns, it IB said, to observe from Glppsland to Mount Bore, Queen of Sheba to King Solomon. It r he fall-.Into a river boatmen, **: ;X\

,,,, - ,..,. - ....- - .... ,. the doings of the committee on measured a tree 471 feet In height hap been In Genoa since/ 10 ; where hhn out by.the/pigtaU;wltli ,'ibMr ....
STABBED WITH ITS SPIRE THEATER CLAQUE OF GREECEThe military affairs of which he was .o though the same tree had previously It was brought bj a knlghjrtiom the hooka.. It helps tbe.'police/
I -r- long the chairman. Those, who claimto been estimated at not less than 600 I Holr Land after ttitfFtott Crusade. tie ;two"miscreants7 t. together. fcy

tricks of theater audiences have ( ''been remarkably similar In all ages. that he always wears a black slouch though many"o / } /falthfut wished ofrhandcuBVNt( is a.proleo-.

H Alclphron wbcwroto of the'l*ter At. hat and remains.'either in the committee EARNS LIVING/ EVERYWHERE to adorn it wltlfpr lous stones. Thla, '.of /especWde-citizens; to t.aa ,

1 4r I"Mi tic comedy, show' that the cjaque} wa room or in the corridor ,adjoining.. i was due nktxonly toy-piety! but to a the police ftrat arrestthosebeen. wbcry
1 known then; and also "young men/of Vlce-Pre'sldent Wilson, who died In tear on theD&rt of Citizens that ,{ dlegraded 'by" loBlnr:; their .

the tou"hrhdtookmall, ioua dejlgtft his room In the senatewing. is also I, s ,t should Jt brf brokettV" lftxIms would
in hissing\ 'a,play oft tbe/Btage., Tbeophrastus recorded as a constant-/wanderer. abbut 4; i r ''tk'tkM teas / o Vklt .G npa, It.was thought I .noufig; for wlth.. we. . ?: ',' ,

,' .WhcT .died 'In' 28?$/B. :.C-, the scene of his death. ] lkY A'1PF ; *txme/llme that X/was eut rom OH b up ralded'by.h wife i.. "}.",. wk
sketches bbtharncters"'themaqoI ; The--demon .cat legend 'hat beeu.repeatfcd enormousemerald.. Napoleon look'lt she la at Ube 0 call. '
i ;''r i k, I R r r upVrlor.ajnong taste ; pride : ) for the, last 6.0 year as :: the with:' llmxto 'Parjai .perBnaded/ its .'name 'e'nleases. ...... '.;. 1 :..: ."fOr -. ;.'
\ whenl'everybodyel.f. : ,!jwhos* ; AP atsai.tdhlso animal apparition which return at-;Irregular %lgb ,intrinsic VorthSc:7< entUts, n ,,' '...:.', '.':' 'h.e; ,.') ..; ,...'..Ur.j.'.. ..., .*,-t.; ,;", '." .
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t>lauded,;and,;' to/clap; when the,,rest; periods. .The. story.does not firmed the suspicion'thatpf was fns STQR ',8 : .44% ,>1' H.. .
FDAGEj8
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I er.v.( end'tbteknioying; ; per.otttob very>'much.,;being merely: '* tbat; of! an'ordlftaTjr'.Tabby'fjaty'llrst glaSB;-and.( euoans dot 'bac atpr.ttt \! 1C. ,1 ( ;

>MtrOuldhrm!/ \ ;/!+r'hletldatitaccbmt: : arightbutwhichgrpwit4 ; ; mhch their own gure," '' (.... .";,,.', ['" ' '.. .(iXJ. '\ .
: .before ...,... ... \"k.... ., ...'
p.tttlmehttto' tun pledse4 ; gganUc4b.orrot/; t S
every set; at; -'_ a t. .

N +i.UfAia"1 pAuluatitflePkOC/tb.\. ; /( YI "j".Iy h j, bj);*.f :Aad'gArlatgp:,, : :\ ',bmsefGreferttospectatordr.tobjought( ottt'brovialopi :lea; ; ,,.Suddenly Ute eyes'of,thla the;4 frlghtenodok.mon: 'oatiemitsa', ""' .', PA 'y EI 'FAMiLGJ A ES' ,,1'

;, ',J'S &;'.01:1uttrated.' : In the.accompatij-l iScture.: :'du'tAp+, olhrtl! ''Oi 'tbed'petfor'gt'Snceb.rti 11etc.r19W) ,and'fwitlt': eyestbtaie''agi; ''': ; ;ir \
;; " '. ;rTowft..?Commits;; e1,1J6Id', ;', a ;thd # ; . ,'" : r '< t i ,vJ aeal plt;" +4.bedi.bgtht "'
bea4Bne"displayed''ln'.ainewfpaperpt' ... '" t.t'but.t.lDY.rlabt ; UJt4-ova{;
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, 'i'I' 'J4b .,ivlclnjty/tbut "?tt lOOk 41)noie'' Ilk -' y : 'Iris I e.ad,; P' t "!: ; I'4 ,'r : : ,weetpl"nrasixsdgibfxJap ,,+Coiettntl :ii, ,
;? ,% >'J)ja case ofimurder) For'durII1S/a. heavy ,/ : tRY RELICS' : r i '-4 .. ', :, ''"< ''i If. '1'! pawnrjhegraves ,dtttbeirl relatlyes? '
,/.' :''i:;": '(windstorm the tair. Jl plre! of 'the J A..1 -.--"'". /'"" ',' r> 'FORTUNE FOR A'PET'rDOGy They af e''al*ays} r ae tned.b.oweW' ;:1'S I "

' 1 I. church was blown' off and falling) The Fhuroyiof Santa:,Croce ,In'RomteIs *. /' .L... ,' hs.fallure''to dp.so'' means}'family, dlo- \.? ;

piefc d'lharooit;|nthe'raanaarthow.n 1 ,: interesting even t '.ke1>Uc'. ,.It ,is A :'lawsuit:In .:whlchxilie' parties 'are grace. rrTe turtleback shaped;tombs. ''iN3
reputed to'have bee /built t-'tb.JI:1il': usually located o hillside the ,
4 4, u church has }stood for neatly a hun -angry h.lrs-'deprlv iUbt-ilielr: .'Inheri' on facing fo(
r Bredylars'on /l1l11'/N'W Hart press. Helena the,mother of:the En.perotrConatentln tance, and 'a handsome"'griffon idpg P '4 water,, are elaborate; affairs X,, stone' .,..tJ
'' .y .W,6 t '
ford.! Coftn... : /. .y-f; ._/\ subterranean,, c 1pet'w.. The.; strewn with the which has deprived' them of '.It"t 1 t 6be J 0 /," i ,o' ,and of ten 6emen bankrupt; s11dthety-coat the family.and-upkte .x
heard. in the.. Paris'. liargre'aves Bert ,
/ xcpurts.t. clljM. ; depicted<
earth which she brought from Mount .
/I HOUSES" MADE OF COTTON Calvary, 'which Christ was crud Mme. Stella'Bela Cceboi; a well-known spending apart; of hWllfe in )demonstrating > "- ... .. :

i I fied. There on/l e are three relics there Hungarian resident In Paris; died recently ,that It I* possible for a man CLOTH. FROM. SEAWEEDxflBERA.method

Houieaore now made abroad of which she found on Calvary and leaving her houpexhorses! carriage . to earn his living )d any'part ot the .-.-:, .. .
green/Egyptian cotton/ The; debris of which ,have been venerated for centuries and an Incom /ot"$2,000 a.,year globe. He started. from London eight baa been -I erfe ted to, ,

the/ elda, the sweepings of factories / One Is a portion of the. cross for the malntenanp.,..'df one small grif! .years ago and .o far bar'been through mltkinsOlh". \ from"the fiber of seaweed

try tact-every thing'that was formerly on )'which he died, a second is the Inscription lon She .WIUI > rf fond of,dogs; and thirty-two countries., ,covering nearly ,, which crow: n the southernfleas.
rejected as waste is mixed Into a on the cross and a third is the, little .grjffon was her !''favorite.I 180,000 mite's. He still baa to do China The limp straggling fiber Is

I','. /paste, and In a; abort time becomes as one of the nails which bound his But she leaves relatives behind her, and Japan., .. ./ itoft, pliable, I ng,\much like wool In
I r hard as stone.: The soft mixture I.It is hands and feet. The authenticity .of and theyxare taking'action for the its tendenc /to curl and twist, and

". \ placed In plates and fired. It Is then these relics: it ta said warn revealed to I dUInJiferltance of. the four-legged "pet. )KANSAS L'EADSJN STUDENTS easy to spift In its raw state The finished
coated with a water-proof varnish. A her In a miracle.LIGHTNING ; L) brio when put on the market lEI

house constructed of this cotton con' &oSOLITj\RY ROCK" OF WASE Kansas boasts of having more college abroad la IS cents aard, for a BJinptt I,

crete Is fireproof perfectly solid, and lG' BArt I students per capita than any width. It will be considerably f
: costs abOut one-third the amount of TWISTS .higher in America,
I = bther. state. Her next door neighbor,
building. made of brick. Experiments -y.
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has t.we.tnl
Missouri the one
/ with the new materials ere most c.nv 'Twenty-two men were carrying 'a ARE
,"lnclna. .. bar of Iron 29 feet long*i the Pittsburgh 4 y yr 881 inhabitant; and next to theyfoot YEARS ADDED TO LIFE
"Penneflvanla'with oneJor
Steel companyVMotjesfceh. plant comes ev
PINCH} and were abeut to place It In positionin .ry' 808. The states at the/ .ad '.ari! Within the last half century, an average

'. .MONEY MAKES SHOE the founds W'ot. blast/furnace all ,w..tArn."lb. first ieyeii and-\ She of 12 years baa been added to . /.: ::
r when a bolt_ef lightning struck the number of people for f /ach college human life. Th. death rate ha been A* a result of the rloton* 4.-..;. ; r r'
. I After oumplalning that a shoe / atudent being: Kansas; 112; Utah, reduced from 85 In each \ '
.,' Iron .wlsted lt Into an- 8" -.ahape. 1.000 Inhabitants ? of the London, militant\,aj kav' ; ,
.. which he bad borrowed pinched his knock 'all the men unconscious and 111;.;:Nebraska: 155! 'Oregon. 150; In to about 16. This reduction \ most of .th.. .baU4tap. tav lka ,'oj! ,.:
!Ho*, Carl Blakeley of Muncie, Ind., xiamiaed Internally Injured,twoOODELED I dlana. 162r: Iowa; 18(; illinois 199The has been obtained through the) con of th.'houaea.of parItaa pR \ +" ''J ''!
It and found $110 la bills.Bkksley eighth U-Uassachusetta, with one trol of Infectious Diseases. ''v t'Iv
The
t'
/ saving been fitted'with .\rOnaw'; ". -.*-)1%
/ and a young woman while student for every 20' people. thus made relates only the . K'- ".
.
AFTER THE PIGEON jto :period I over the windows to ; I'r P4 V
automobile !
tiding la an ia'tbe coun .
/ of life gilder 60 aK&lnBfthWteka L
Jo years There !la no ante OBaV f.' !i'f.
thrown from the Uie -I ft. 'i, .
1 fry, were mae FDO
TE NORTH SEA knowledge
J A German Inventor hi .xhlblt d regarding the organic die stones,which are the favertt*oiwsU > t"
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wha the steering gear broke and5 ; .
| ' of :
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hurled Into pnddlejxrf'' 'water flying machine, designed on the lines t i advancing year. ]1 of the 'rampaging-wo. .if): ",,' .r te't4 ; .fit( (i'Ir"i'
.were a I. .
/ n.q"l rt : l Great4 ritaln's ., ,.,1 .. .. J.1' .
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hurt t the home of a pigeon. The wlpgs!, .and tall are a I : .. .c. : .. : \
/ j ut not seriously 4. profltabUu'-flBhlEg" Last" --. _0.. .. .. .. -'AJ!! I. . ......1
|JT Oro Odle. near bydry. .clothing. In. good Imitation, and t1le'car; 1* in- This' solid : I moat year'the'value' of the fish grounds landed -- -- -- -_>_ a_. ____ .___ _L B J>>>BM '*< ? Vaaf] ''"? n"3
closed, giving It of the pillar of basalt tha/TJoh- : on
the appearance
4' eluding the valnab shoe, wa;given
body of a bird. ron Dutsl" or "Solitary Rockstands the n ortheait coast was 3.740,614. Most t' fIf l J-

/ (thess." - ;> /- -- ..... - near th..Fulanl city of Wase, In British I oVer a third, of the total' value of "theAsh Beautiful"Building ; |4J?
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a'I I" I Cxplorera In the rules of ,the ancient tyof :Tlmgad In' Algerlehaveunearthed '$ -American; through. the Is'a whit marble mausoleum built by1sh.h ...hl!....aa burin alada\or I Ma*;, i td ,jI.
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'f r ,lull Inscription on the walls. ; Is';,to 'the following fretr: i'Outot.'un< . 'th. head the bospiui In' w
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.Delivered'to' : any ptrt\ -ot the city. for 10 cents woek., Sent postpaid to / There JsJu.st-'.one:.';BET'in' everything: ; :i it .:

\':any. part of the Postal Union for $5 a.,year; $,2,60 for 6 month; $1.25 'r '
,j I. lor. 3',months. matters ,not: what it'is-and! there is" ,jii'&f-One ,

'1"1"N:. --- : Vi. by Special Cable Service. 1,.' . BEST in .sewing machines. .It cons you ;np : "I.t... ..

.'.. ',. SUNDAY. JUNK.23, 1912 TF you have, a I ''; get the. best' and '.:
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.- ., ..i-Shoeneed more,.,as ariinitialoutlay: ; ,, tp >< ,. ; :
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I, :: -.- =: ---..- A PLAI STATEMENT' OF. LAW. nowoxanticipate . Q experiem'.e: .has taught you that doesn't. cost ; ;
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\\ Section nlnel of the bill of rights, In the constitution of'the'atate'ot one ** .
': .'*r' :Florida, provides' .that .,a person,' accused of crime, shall,toe entitled to I. you as'lmuch, in: the long' run. -:' 'i7 .-

. '. ball In; ell.cases;' EXCEET-CAPITAL CASES WHERE THE PROOF 1 ?- SOOt*, it's toyo 1 : Wen J.1IY ;something that, is not the' I
you
'. _. GUILT IS EVIDENT,. OR WHERE THE PRESUMPTION. uf GREAT. A interests to dropin I. ' :
--: maj>, accused of such ...crlm ; b..'* rlht to apply to the.c 'uM, t>y p" JEST>you: may" console yourself witli thf?Rjth"ougnfthat"you :' '
for writ of habeas to have tbe'court : :
tltlon ane
. corpus pass upon b.lllilf.te here.nowaQd: ;
.. have bought it CHEAPER r
decide whether or not he Is entitled to ball. ;'>v e -
There Is no mistaking Abe language used '*ere; the tame', of the see the stylish '
jc. but ,will find that nave paid MORE .
state, on the matter of granting bal to a'man accused of murder, you you ,
WHERE THE PROOF OF GUILT IS EVIDENT OR WHERE THE PRESUMPTION new footwear .* DEARLY than if had bought the best. I.

IS GREAT, are so plalnthat even a,child could Interpret t:1: m. I You' \Vill-be -un- you ,
'" There la no.tall for hlml: In case he applies' t1' e l 'urfby-'petJti D for
writ of habeasorpus, the court shall Judge whether his guilt is EVIDENT d .rnoobligat on The N.ewHume,

and If It Is, there is still no ball for him.
'tilE 'to buy' becauseyou .
: GOOD THAT WE MAY DO. '

Great men of different. 'ages hare:eald things that have made others look. It will ' represents the !BEST

,. great; others have let fall from'ther lips things that tended to elevate '
and make better the common rare cf men .That old sage ;who exhorted be a pleasure for in sewing machines,

us to"Conint that day. lost, whose low descending1' sun. :. '. us, to show .you and you, cannot buy i. .

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Views from thy hand no wOl'tllY'action' done." a better machine than'
how and .
Did a great thing for the human race when toe. let fall from hie lips that why we ;

\. couplet, for he was passing on to the men and women who were to come can and do.s JI ;THE NEW. HOME.:
after him, a motto that will do good as long as men love the golden rule. "
t e We have not the remotest Idea of the good we may Aq If eve but try;' "better shoes for i You; can buy one just
' N we have no conception of the many opportunities' that present themselves /
\ A .. for us- to do good, unless we take notice of'them.' They are always with. less money." + as good,. and that is,

' \ us, and we will grow by grasping them as they preeenf( >themselves tq us. the STANDARD' :
' I 'U may be a kind word spoken when It-is most needed. it may be a. kind'
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r C ; neal that we may be able to do-r tliere are hundred of ways in which we We a larges '; : t
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\" c 'may\do, good-If we will only pay attention to 'the little things aft they. GEORGE S, WAITE carry !
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1.\\. r. 1\\ ,.There was once an occasion, ,when' many '.U1ou a'nd.' 'b ''p80P\e'\ were Clothing l ;Hats'i Shoes, I ''p; .. '" i(1' 'Wohavebeen'selling ; I
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\ :gatberb 'tpgetbet', and 'Won ihatOccasVon': <:iould' be found;only a ;1 : .
,j; i : .eryffewloares, : 1: W.pdImoI-watpyrwhich'(0'fethet'gygit: -, :: : t assemblao 4 f ." .: ; ,: '"1 '', ;. : ,tHese i: ::'ma'i' '
,. lie'sio \rtelli''k'thit',' b.e b.tlett o)':''@!)h'o'ave: and!ila>aeeyrblest'afient: :, I_ 9. ;Jurmshings-! . ,J.... ,, ; ..,,., -.. .. :"1 I
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1; r .i" C iff :,, : ' '. 'and ted ffie 1a11( lftt e m1 te"Wn' ; .w4zuiyi!''wera. ,+ 1tio'u.1t$1.t.:: : tte 1 ti: r ,! v4''there's ; a : , ..,.. : : ; ..1".J. chinesfpr, 'Years. there; :;,. '
;f: J'ti '. .!:: >'.,,.ama ..epatkqkftfnee.: ) tljWhjch 1 ( !dutJjd tICv 4.! :? .'.I !, ';: I5r-:'' :{' \'' ,,, : I .' *: ,
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. \; ,... : ,:..ft; . thoUsih i Oflieogletaen ogbt p.tt '" 4a $.,;we: n.tt j1'U'P 111..eot,4Y' ujnao . l _: }<' arehre, ,\"
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\ .> > ItKCosts't, pthJni'jol; ,1, 'tt..1"lo"J.rl.)1'.I' "
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,'.. .i'' 'i*,M""f'!," {J'I. :Yel'.nothlnlthe', retufns* ,,'are. .great, e. <' ft. 'I',. ,-,,/. ', '",' ",1 ,.., : ': hayeYp{ ?verethaia1ICon; tlone t'11 fP7, theCr i- t '.
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: .. 'was' 8,'man 'Who went about. with/a ladternhunting. to)-a tired man"'or'wbtflenS ' "
.' ere once a : ; : '
S r '"('f ..',}((4knewa hundreds,""of course: but ie' was looking for what he ,. .; ,and. every; ; .one, pf them'' area, 'guaranteed '&. 'i ,: "

vue......please. rto'term'a+MAN-"n. vej.7.en.. {,the word. -/fte/ died wltn- much S --a--ta Hifeiime; they} can'tj break; ''''b u tJnM.:, &f'sij::' ti '=/.; '. : '':.
out finding hW ,The trouble wltto him was that he did not look ,in the as >sUly''pre: : \ ;. ,

Bright'place.'forHherewereof'the;: !: ; word" .' Th!-manwltb, the lantern. was -and' : ) there'snol ', ttiing aaa; life>; time .)giiarianteiS "" a l<; ,;
paiedtmeal
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toVrecognlze a'MAN -witen'he'saw him. Often we .overhlglt .j : '
too near sighted *' 5 '- that> overstherbroken' .' w . } *, <, ., ,.' -::- '*:Mm .', f/(1"I ( :'
look the obscure places in whlcn';.MEN live, and look In the | hthg ,.1; : part.; : '" ." .' . .. .. .'. iI,/ -
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helps a > .. . .. .
places where wee thlnkHhey ought tobe. 'TI. then we are,.disappointed t.asu-1 II .. .. 'e '.f"'' 1 ,." .

ought'to for too often abound.we find only,...graft' anft corruption where Hghteousriess' ly prepared meal

.- as the BEST groceries.For Both the lock and chain stit hthat.are; so popular, are hade ,+oh' .

The Key West Journal baa a new CARE OF THE ,, FURNITURE that.kind, Telephone either of- these machines. In fad, -they are, both the'ORIGINAL*and !
N 11_". It Is smaller) than >the old one. .
"Takes more than a railroad togive'L Prvdent Housekeeper Will Shun Polish '. moSt buccessful Lock-and Chain Stitch Rotary .Shuttle Sewing Ma 'a '

tie Key Westers the big hoad. -Pen- Recommended to "CoverAll "Your Grocer" chines ever made., If you know nothing about the : Iff fj,. .. .
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acola... News. Defeeta. .; 'ii' .

, A baseball, been arranged j The prudent housekeeper- will be . New Home" ,and the Standard ; ,, ;! :
t1,take place this afternoon
as wary, of doctoring her furniture '.\
'- between a team! composed et.AinMrT-: with :polish Attvs<- l recommended to 'then asll,your.neighbor. She.?.most probably has one; and "if= 8he' '"
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can sailors Rapt he toattleohlp Rlho< e.. "cover all she nrould be of : hasn't her 'nelgllborhas.;.: So will tdl .
Island now In Havana harbor>r. and .1 defects"vas ask'hFr. 'vShf5 you that_ either .
f SUban teaat selected from the> sol41ors a patent medicine whlqh Is'guaran WM EIS ROBERTS 1-:1 of them are the BEST that Can be bought. S : V .?
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teed to'eur disease. The high
at Cabna. fortreas.: The \game ly-polished,surfaces trtry of furniture,haveoften .'e ., ........ Y . .n. .

I will at Cabana.take place-Havana on tm P ball 5t. grounds;. .: 'been": ruined by 'a too free use I .t:...... .................. '. .' .........., .**......... .......t!.*.*...., .' '-
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;' N. of a so-called poJlahWblcl1"lIot having Duval St.I ,.-J. I, : '. :

.' .1 x. been rubbed dry. teal hardenedand t"" .
Keeping Canned Tomato. ,. I' collects all of the dust before dryIng ,...... P '
,> ''Wben canning tomatoes add some has caused a dull film)to appear /
over the polished surfaces, A...simple :Ifs .
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J! ; hot lard (enough to cover well) to '
each can before sealing and they will and effective polish for clealng;;furniture "If Roberts ':han't got t
": not prove soar or bltt.r. The coating and removing scratches is made in: ;"
of lard prevents stray microbes that I ofNjne-thlrd linseed 011 and two-thirds it, .it isn't the city.
1. may enter through a poor rubber from benrtne. It should be applied with a t e '>0. I :
tomatoes. Be paint psb which has very soft bristles .
, Ji causing damage to the and Lj'
|W f sure and scald the Jars and keep the rubbed dry with an old sort / 'IIi' :
Tar-Assessor' Notice J
. In water: The piece of muslin or soft !lanD'I. For
lids on the stove boiling
I earliest tomatoes should be canned as polishing fold It Into'a pad, sprinkle Notice Is hereby given that I am 9.s ..4 J i' f ''i
J \ 't they are less apt to be acid than when few drops'of alcohol OVer the surface makUg up the olty.tax ass'snaentroll/ r *
': i the vines are getting exhausted from of the pad and rube furniture flrty > Ion the year 1012. Parties desiring t L '
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I .j, bearing or are slightly fro.tedrr and quickly. l)> a small part,, blanks tortmaking.rpturne. will be fiir- -, A / "",,' I"J lF
it a time and be sure grab until the : "
f Dished same by making apptfoaUou at ,
surface Is quite dry. x ,J.
f ..-- m- -- the City Clerk's offloe.tt. . ""
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' S Monday Monroe In Court ,of Monroe County Judge. State'. \\3f ..**..*.*.***.****.**.***.. /.**.****......'.a. ....c.....c.-.... j.. "r L6!
Florida county. ..... . f.
In re 'estate of Matilda WllliamsT"1 < 10 -- -- -- ... ..... . ;
- _3__,_'_ Notice hereby given to all '1'
It may: concern that on the 10th whom day 1 $2.0.0 Down---- $1.00 A ee '. : i ; ri:

ii! 3 PIECE ORCHESTRA of apply December: to the ,Honorable A D., 191 Hugh$, I'Qunn.shall You.needone 'of these machines--there's no doubting :;(hat.''fact; .' V t jf;; ; $;

: Judge'of said ;:ourt,'... Judge of'pro ahd possible for home In '
making the
;, : : bate,for flns.1 discharge as administrator . i' :we are every city to'buy,bnei. x t { i;
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AS.v :, of the estate'of Uatilda Will- We are selling them for $2.08 down, and.then,$.OO week Until..they; .''i;;f / ,: : ",'
: J :, lams deceased; and that &t-he same J are paid forX Come in and let's tallf the matteij ver. I
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:> REED :& EARIE ; time I will present my final) aacounta ,., Q Whetherypw: "j I,
L.., ,, .. :. administrate of said .esUteixand buy or not wes allbe.Jda4.to; show..you the; machines\ ,. let ybu;"tryi ,*,. :< .'..t {

I f COMEDY SINGiNG ,..ND\D t..ClNd'iEAU; : ask.Dated for their June approval.4th 181J.. ',. N.\ + themandthen.declde. .for yourself as -whethsr-you., : t will; 4 uY10c1: ,'l; ',. \,:. '
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. PETER T-KNIQHT., > .'!. not. We .portulity.QtshowlngYQu: ; : i r"

. .,: ; ,.. . Mdmlnletrator. ,, aJftheg9;:,points'of'bgth'' the ,NEW; ,HOME"and.the; ST : DAHp.N 1\ f'r' '){{1 .:,?:
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W: 'tITh'o'r. KeY ": esWi": J rniture" Co; LIQHTi .DAINTY.TRIFLE. : $ 'This band model and rosettes Is trimmed.of ''wjth-messallne' a,crashed..rib Is ,Our Stoice; Satisfactory to You? : -W(

['. *\ I . bon but little orllo..r.
... . . bouquets : !Jn. "'W-l'l, I

<.. *.j." "" ,./,: 1:;: iAsksthe.: ,\. fcjUowiiigrmboo ,Q> eons. :. .,:{ CHILDREN'S OF LACE' BRAIDS BONNETS AND MADE RIBBON.I UPI I the often wearer form ttaedtand.-...,.and of. I- rosettes.eyerybody captivate, or;( nosegays Jse their, for. little.th.tmatt.I' are I'I''If Not t: w6.wani to Make it t oO.'i, :; ' ;:;;:'J


., :. t. ,,;P': ii.J:' .> ., I I r 1 I ''There }a a great'r.rl.ly: of, shapes .' ; ., 'r : .v---\: JSS'!; ,

: ; fl. Do you.need a porch ? this season to select from when OD.ma.t ,' ' ' '
screen This Season's. Modetehow ; :
Some t .
.. ; choose for a child those shown cWf.-: :
{ j,% ,, E; ; ."::2.D, 'yol1n. .tm, tra Mosquito\ bar t 'I I. "'the Prettiest Dselpn..Thai 'Millners !'-' ,jhera-wlth a hw.more decidedly; pokebonnet' .. Wenn to /'k now' how our ',',, : ,, '''. 'if':
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) : '"i', .'it ,3 ,1 Do'lyou'neetl: an t..,.' cltaiepr I '( for Many V.,, ..... , V;.: pawns owards: us. We. ?, ;. ,f.i 't.;
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, : two ? ;I. I' ___ i im _i- :"< -J.a "" I ; JULIA BOTTOMLEY. are earnestly a striving to please '. "' .., ;-

r-., ", .-. i:, ;. ..: L.Did you.)kuQw.:ib .t .we. are. heaIquarteraz for_ .. One vof the choicest shapes 'In boo- :n"-. _' ':.., you. Our drivers are tnstru ted: '' 'fl'\ '",
'\''' /', , :. a everywjm I nets-made .for-Uttle. girls,Is' pictured'here. '' ,5 Nothing but. C"tP''OrJe -. to give full weight in all instances. -' .' !" '.'1..,
;, p/K;1.:;thing' In',the" furniture' line.4 is, .. ." "* . ' I Children's bonnets generally 70\lDc"aoehlt7.'Wpman haji annovnced "If throne.that serves-you fails to. "_ . ;I'
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:- ;; i I made of light and lacy; braids; narrow' that .h. Intends' wear nothing 0 _
.. :; : : is"b.ot\vi: ;it ' ''and alloverlaces and trimmed 'with .but cotton crepe gowns this sum do so,.phone 211 at once, :, .:. > *'<, -m
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' ;: :. t is I.- soft plain messallne ribbon. and tiny; mer. She h", experimented and say ftT . I 1';.
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'I( : 1?i't: l\ ; /> "' } I blossoms. Occasionally; a pretty; model -' no other material I.. so satisfactory. ; :. '(" :

I 't tC'!;(! ; ,we" '' ,have it, and; at prices' ; I Every shows one Dl''Ow.'Ysl'fet, of/these bats ribbon bean.used.the' Its.: softness, and It maker Is easy:It to bnrarlably care for-the; )becoming =

) \. stamp of a designerwho! )flows howto laundering process Is of the simplestj Consumers Ice & Cold StorageCompany .' '

-:; : ;" that-defy .competition.Furniture .. . _ express childishness'In the en* m ii J j'I and .needs no prating She Insists'that .
, t ble-oMhe-deslgiw-.yar 6 amp aUCo her things are not golt% to look I '
+' / ally; childish and correspondingly; .at-',' aU alike either Tb cjps! ]can!.' be'!' - - "

fWest! tractive: Th y are soft and comfort- .embroidered .and, hemstitched.. or jI ; '
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able and fit the small heads for hlch : ;
\i trimmed with bfald and button: the :
Company. they; are riJicned'! perfectly.; i_ / 'I I skirts canb.: mad long or abort.: She .

' L '..,t. . 1-------H -to ,_ ,. .. I Nearly; all("models for chlldrejdareor baa ordered several dresses for tennis, I ,, .J;
1h edwlip'sheesllkL lk.Cbl..n! L I I
silk which are to_be made with loose shirts ,
'.rt :y 3 700 Duvai ,St.Uniformity I lib'erty all*. Chiffon I. employed'for 'aDd Byrort col1ai/& She baa-tried I = -. -- ___ ___ ____ .-:-- f( .
,. v, : facings a&d.'sometlmus foundation silt,1 "
; as a heavy crepe \D a Norfolk -- '
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..:'" y J : As .a rule :thefllttte, hats are' with*. about her plan, feeling sure It I PEACON'S SPECIALTIES :
oRDZIt ta1ICIN.w soTTtaea out ties aiid'in i many cases Jet So Is going to be a. great success I .
4 ,, .- closely; to the' head that they hardlyneedfa.tenlngA..bortbridleof 1 I

L- ;_ .1 veK:[- N.w-tiownw i I-FJeischr.1aIlQ'Yen.Cj Pirn Olive Cheese
", A rather original and very; handsome --
., I II Home maul. rio cakes
." evening wrap dhows a short surplice I Pimento Cheese
of Venetian point over a long coat of
. Dr. Jobopon's Educator Cheese a.:
striped -velvet brown on a crimson Phil'dcJpbilCream '
ground. It has for trimming bands of ,1. .
Clackers
I Sardines in Mustard '
bear of brown than ; .
fur. a lighter la .. ,
t WI-lIsic v generally: seen, and the lace conclude. Kipperd herrings drisco '
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embroidered with polished amber Tel hone PEA'CON Fleming 81Jcf\\ :

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." r 24 inch black screen' wire ;yard 12c 2 quar -alze -. $1.19' Glass front oil stove, $1.40 value ,.9j'e"KNAMKL'AVAKK window' display of china: ware In :tSKoplales :; ,
Inch black crccri "Wife, yard 15c .
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"tr 3 2.Inch galvbnlaed wire yard 23c ACH CURTAINS75c 4 quart deep pudding pans . luc Et . . . . ... . l"c, ISc anal: 2.s: 1
'4. 'fr .;a 36 Inch galvanized wire, ward . 2 Be 'lace curtalhs. pair .,. .S5c 6 quart pot with' cover .. .. .. .. .. .lite I:Sdst TCK' !.!<;.IT UCI US t
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.v : WATER .COOLKIIS. 19c (iplllow ahama each .1 OeWISDOW 2, H and 10 candle po>vcr clcc,r .;,, '
''Fx i.1'r; Water .roolors 11.2 gallons $1.011I. HHADKH Nickel plated wall matoh.aafee ana bulbs et 2 for :35c and $2 per doze.., :;:
i s'f ..... Water coolers 2 gallons . . $1.1! We have received 50 dozen more whist broom holder lf c value ct SoCHI.YAWAKR. all guaranteed. ++
j.'J'; ".... Water coolara 3 gallons . . I1.5D of our sensational line of window 32 candle power electric globes 1: .
.., I. ,---'- -- _-Water coolers 4 gallons . $1.93 shades, with fringe, 35c value at 19c White cups and saucers, large > 2 for !i ;;;
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1 1 I Chronicle We have record that both at the, back: and U made with body I :

k: .. the house' of lords and the workhouse and sleeves In ope. The collar U '. l1iorifa( StC t. i:1. ;

J. have suffered from it. There was a feature 'of special Interest extendingto f : The, : a ..
former Duke of Norfolk who fellInto the '",alat line at the"front.'' The .
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mounted on four wheels .the front he snorers and the deaf men slept 5793.. SlZtt._............ I' Tuesday morning l' : ...
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/ favorite place for the running Too to Many naugbty Slipper.boy-Tommy, TOWN...-............-... -...--........ June 25th. '
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Cat and a Comma. J No two icebergs appear ,::;
and the result is to give the moat .
John-Say, James what is the difference actly ,alike In size and siape. Some i : .
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home sale; Complete 1.000 feet arbor: thewater ''i .l .
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tv . PoIIIpYSt.61A1$ : Y .o In the way of bathroom .
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;, 1 II 1'Lm.aS' clt. j jens with plain glass rods. *" It I you have' been lu our .
I t j i Another' new fixture which will be
I,, : % I I found useful In a small bathroom I licro i rt'c-onlly, you know

". . Julius) Waiterson Nost'D'ura6l'e t I r where tt'ls-Impossible-have-a -sta! without boioK old( J bat we

.V po. i tlonary'wa.hetand., Is a: basin and soap --- ---
Nve'tlie'MoU' : dater 25 4 StnckingNade I holder of rather heavy wire, white have (the cl 8siiFt Bees i in -
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b I enameled. This bolder is made to the above mentioned articles -
; JOR.-BOTS span the bathtub from= one side to the
r MACHINE ;TOP| f & QIRLsf other by means of a heavy wire ex : to be found' in the

I (ending out'on
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I lathe city, and uiey of tbts wlro are nlckol-pit ti J and fade:

do work of All find very strong where they clasp'the: &'.-es '
,. .TICIET"Stockings
"ROUND of the tub. The whole &rr.nger.icnt Yon, TO Wants,
on short,notice. Repair .
I has an extension feature which enables

,, "anYthing |and for boys and girls' are designed to meet the demand for It to fit any width bathtub. ftomclliiitg (lint !'tee, DIF'

everything superior and substantial stockings to,retail at 25 CENTS A PAIR, A white ('nnmee J manicure table: [ FEKENT:: she likes ori-
I stockings that will be with dues' top over oak will be found j
.f durable without
. Machine sacrificing comfort.
Work of Kind convenient for either
fill "Round Ticket" dressing room or Kiiidlity: :In Icificn and
stockings$ are of excellent construction, being bathroom. This table Is finished with '

. ; 314 Simonton Street madeof-Four-Thread Best Egyptian Lisle Yarn, with Pure Irish nickel rims. At one end Is a quarter- pattern just ns you de; BO

b.. '-Oppositefasonicfempie. Linen Splicing in the Heels and Toes, thus being carefully and suf- circle'the various drawer manicure In which Instruments.may be kept'' if MIU.! huan't visited Do

, f ....'....1...,. .. ficientlyjreinforced. at sjch patts which get the most: wear. Better store, we would .ugge

; than advertised "guaranteed" hosiery sold at higher prices. McGraw' Salary. .
"'.:r.I R. W. Harijison that you UKQUlCyr: J -
: ,. .. A'yellow round ticket is attached to every pair of "ROUND John McGrnw'a salary as manager
of I
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.. York Nationals for tie tOil!) so.
TICKET" Stockings, bearing tlxrf nrhe. AROUND TICKET. five
next
.IhghestGrade: years will total reasonably
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. ; I .Ifi" "'-"j.i- '11!', .'g4lS$$,>4'"yPh otogra UJ..if .. doubt seem pitifully small In V. .MENFNDEZ,
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'i" "' ''T'. '" '. , ." ... T; : n ..,,.., ''W rllJ. O( the'Ialted sort splACing I. Csniiot'Hold" Hand;Stili. PropoaedeallingsIn enect.on dries fprtTpmlaAfa( thown ,' ;: 'a 'n k rt I' . ;
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t' -ij.The Mallofy Steamship Company\ .to'andfrom, : New 'Mobile! :Galveston l: is one. Individual l I l postiHvupmont wllh6iit blll.e a r"
Yoriy ;The top ire'o( creatvariety or'tipe' of JPORTTAMPAKEY '
one your' 11 if. necessary. : -
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j .', th' .In".size and,'ccnetructfonThe; .Theo take.. a piece of Tread : : '' _1,
;:, j f ,,t. Soathero Steamship Com pan v Philadelphia. Oharieotoq Jackeoovilletat largest is more than a foot I In diameter I about 18 Inches long and fasten ,one .'
', Key,.West aud Tampa. and proportionately bea Some end )
y. of it to the coin' with a little sealIng Lv.PortTampn Soar Thu 'II
:{ y 'rr P. & 0 Steimship Company__Havana. Ker West and Na,,& are solid; others contain a flock of ,, wax: or a piece of somebody's: gum. Port 6outll. Ar. Key West MOil F'rl' I I a:90p 8'
I . rowlea. Steamship Line__ Ft. 11..erlDtl. tbe Went Coast. little ones that fly out wben the top Then get a friend to rest her arm on ''a Tampa w'td Lv. Key West 1\1011 Fri IJ 00 J'

i',W c: A. daylight trip down the Hawk Channel getting a full view Is lifted and spin away by themselves. foot rule or other stick about that Key West Art Havana. Tue. SIlt 880 A I'I I
t r irf the ; Others pull In a spiral or ladder of successive long with the other end on the table -1- .
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.. top One draws np Into atantern. Have her hold the tbread as si own so LJavana '
J : Extensioo.A. .Ate'' and spins 'cheerily In that that the coin will just reach v. Jla'aoa Tae
, : Into a ltlreoUve Apr. 4. lel2 Rat !2; OOM ,
E. .NortblA.r' Key West
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LightbournAGENT glass on tbe tabland then see If ? Tue Hat App ,
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{ spinning are almost she can keep the coin from hittingthe "'Ar, 1'crt Tamp Sat p oo rr
beyond description. Even a very glass. She will be unable to dot Wad shun 6 CPA ,

,t; ''* large top Is sometimes thrown u theAu.traUan ( tot the coin will soon begin to'' -- ---. - '"7-J ---- _

-'r casts the boomerang so sway back and forth like a pendulumand I KEY WEST Key West )),,11" :kx'opt 9 80

- -- that while it appears to be, going tinkle on the glass. HAVAJJ4 Iv". HavaDa I, Dally'Kxcopt 6 ao PBI AM }

'. edratghttoward the head,of the spectator I I ltlreotlve Apr 8. 1912 Havana11)' Lrxcepi" EIaIDda7\' \/' 9 SO All
.... ,, .. It return. to the thrower and HOW TO LIFT: SMALL PLATE .A r. Krv W./t' ally 817rrre, ( \ 180 Pli t?
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; ,.. .' . 16c Turkish to\ els 25e pair. caught en his paiin. When.'It. 1'1 (When southbound .
9Em the performer takes It by connecting trslu more thaiPSD mliiute late ship
x ,y'.. 25c Turkish: tower 15o each spindle, apparently stops 14 seta CI.ver Little Trick May Bs Performedby will not leave Key West until 9.00 p. m. arriving Ih\IU.. urxKlay stC.SOa.. '
the Use of
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hours "baud 90tb Meridian
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down It Turn it
4. ' ", Turkish aod Kitchen towels at 4c.each75c < recommence. 'u Btottlng Paper. InfomistluD as to passenger! and TrelgLt. isles to all .1'0In'.11Ibe' Ualted .
Epode down
( and it ,$: >>raceeds just States
I ,:, ',!V', : >.j' " ;', : i piece mosquito: netting ((8yd pieces)[53c -n..riily\\..'Its I lron'.plked'bead.' Theplnnarl.bmllna I Fill a glass full to overflowing of I I Cuba, West Indies sod Uibnroag cbrerlully fuiulibctl upon .application .

Mj >' -:- : '+\i.:.r50c, Turkish bath mats 29c !surface' round of[' flaCon It :on any.the/edge, kind ofJ4nC'the of water. Place over it a piece' of heavy j, Gbaa.' L. Myers, Manager P. J, eJaunders. ,.; G. F. & P. A I
blotting ; and
'foot" v i Bathing suits 390 50c 75c sharpestJapanese sword paper then a small plat. .tACR80NVft., : nOnJDA+ ; ;,
; and 1.00
f or a saocer about ,the size of the pa- ,.

i" !'\' .:"::1.I i,' \ A big; line of boys, men and &f iasesj' ,:,sun. .-along dents: a'thm'of unconcerned'cord and"afda0me' splaplng>> thereIt mo- per..plate'Carefully'and glass
if', 'j c t hats at -' w lOc,15c and 25o _Is. tossed oa the table with apparent 00 air is admitted. In a few mom.er.t
carelessness, when It goes on working, WL 1 1I'
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; unexhausted' and --- -- -- __ ... .._ _
Inexhaustible. ;.. n. ---7"- - -, _
; : OA* ot'thao-.t4omt"iddlI1t, perfoFmaaoem : .
('Jir-
j! : & P. MARKOvITZ consists) Spinning' a top In
. the left hand, up the left arm, round 'J
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: Ube edge of the lobe at the back of the
Ht'
J i i ;f ' 704 DUVAL STREET'J J neck and down the other arm into ,r : k.,;, :'1e J

'r the palm of the right hand. Another. I- T
.,,!"'"', '! gttRt: li #.y Is to ,to. it spinning, into the air and s t

'I :, .1t'1. ,' catch It on the hem( of the sleeve 1*
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r "t.3'' whence It runs down Into the band.
; i Florida A third Is to fling' / it up and catch It ,.rp 1 F. +, fs
11: : East Coast. h.
r Railway on the bowl of' a pipe. pass it behind "

.,., '1, i I'3''''1 Yf.A. "'.. ** the back, toss It to the. front and there ( k 5r
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IIi, '" . catch It *
: . Corrected to April' 71912 again. **
': :"Ji ):'r; ''d0r. -' A large heavy top Is sometimes set ,'
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{ 36 1HEOVERSEA CTM' D: --- Lifting Phte.
!}. Daisy.V a
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'I'. ... ..(11" .,# .. ; > tmnotlon,"?by-rolling tho pegin-lnejblght! t J I'
+ :4+ a .t :,.... ,Laves 5:00: 1m.. Arrives Miami 11:20 p. m. of a cord one end being held in each I when tbo "blotting paperba.become.damp. .

',;,j ll- '" ,,., a\ 'n ' .irwt' iln Beach 2.C6 a. m, Ft. Pierce 4 10 a. m. New hand then fVung ten or twenty feet in you can lift the gloss and the
;; air and caught with the same cord,, j I|! plate will bang tightly to It. .
f15 -;.1' "<* Smyrna8.20: a. m. Daytoua 9K)0) a. m St. Au : pinning always. This can be done ten :I ------ _. _ _- tnl.r, ; I r.. -----

//: ,i t;/Viv/nif'JacksbnviUe:; 12:45 p. m. Carries through sleeping cars times in succession. But the most I Try, This One It I 1l '.r r 1

i '.. ; : '' Ley:West to New York via the A. C. L. & S A L without wonderful display consists In sending Take one of the largest corks .,ou l
e ;r;... a top spinning up a rope to the head of I can find tbe kind used In the long-
'. it 'change.Pining'car service. Local -West
: v ; ; sleeRer.Irey to Miami.
; 1? a..mast, and then. recalling It. necked green bottles and In one end
vr-: ";vfor.local: : Time Card See The tIcket > dig out a hole. Into this put a leaden
; Office eti.
) HAND HELD I
;.,.I "" ... CANNOT BE -STILL I bullet or several large shot, and stop

"., ;'<.'. 1U ,.".*, .- -11'1'<..-f./..... ,.... .. ., ? .It.. . . .. 1 up the hole with putty. Round off the
edges of tbe cork at this end
and
. It'1.i1' : Amusing Ut'tle Experiment Will your
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dance.
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:*Ji1!( : ;. x Y l'. jOHl rtov\iEJr; 'SONS l Things Begin to Lag. I the Around cork paste the top on of a little the'other blue hoodoO end of r: .t

"J.'t.1 tissue paper; make a dress of thesame For Sashs, Dobrs, Blinds and in fact anything in
1I' 'I w '" ' __.__... Next time you are called, upon to
:;141 t. .& .1i.I, : lI Wai6Orree& Std.' and tie on a sash of ribbon.
amuse the try this little exi i building matrial as well as all kinds of hardware
company ,
:'J' .li it ;f,.>.rx'{ 'ictii.MeJclwat.k ky' : Marino .Railwt.,.': Shingle wiA Lumber On the cork make with Ink the pret- -
: : : jt c-SHIPCHANDLERY: : : and, PROVISIONS perlment. Borrow a quarter from Vest face you can and then set the call on EtGE NE R. ALBURY
y' 5: ; ; : : j 1 some one. If they wilt trfist you with I
Iit. )1I. young lady a dandn g. Jo- 12 Fleming B\. 8G6' "
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'' '''' ' tB KEV.:: WEST: )IORl\ Na: JOt7W .tG. SCKDAY; ; 'jrpnB'a ,r'1 >O*4 '"Ji.} ":'" '" '*' ' 1.1 ,.ell w;,;, ; YoimetAt'm ..wJJB.. it,' ,
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'lF ILS1R.: w81 IJ PCI5ONPARAORJF\ SIZE' OLD $ AJ ijwFR: / B'j j ti y. '1

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: 33 1-2 less Than Regular 'j pj 'Clear \ ./\ v.r. .-a .j \.1 .?!, 'rlib.i
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tr .J "tf: JUST RECEIVED .1 4 e. p., Clear(slg-n lamps) ..34 -25Y rr r.., f ' ....
: ; : C' = 4 o. p.i. Frosted (alga lamps) 85'SO 41 80 ';'." oIt.
Our Large Stock on Hand of. r:1.il : I..12. 16, :0, 24 0pOtm Lamp "1 r;&iO' ,:i:":. '..'i..
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In Addition -: J 82. ., 40, o..p. O'.m Lamps, i ,,.;;.

4' : L. DOUGLAS SHOES ,. .1 N" iiJ." \. , I
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H' 850 pairs of styles and, leathers . team r-bit.Co., ,1 composed "
The rifle i
4. juA'received '
We have Tuesday 7,80 p.
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J first class and up to date League. ; I Otte Klrcheiner aad Privates \ ;
'' guaranteed .; of Cprporal
every pair for $2.95 $1.50for'$3.75 .tn.. ,John', Page Chas. Russell and The Key West ectric Ctt. .- ..
$3.50
for $2.25.
; $2.50 No. 3e
(trains,
left'on
for. 3.95 \ M unt Leroy Cato.
'. ,3.00 for' 2.65 4.00 for 3.75 5.00 I The KftooVcr Vernon B&lloU to 1 Blacx " ,
evening en route "* "
yesterday "
Shoes '%
..The home of cut prices on W.' L. Douglas yesterday tor MltnuV. .., . Point whore they will enter In tho r'

dl I If it's Shoes, Clothiaz. Hats or Gent FurnishingsUnderseifs ,. _-t Second-hand_ -0- bicycle. Apply I state. rifle competition ,beginning oil SALES: EPATMENT .j.I
'JVinted .
A.T ,, 1 Monday fl., L 1
?y1 t r ;; at Mallory .office. 20-3t It Is estimate that over /two _...... _-_ :.......:f.. .

: ; I thousand.1oet otaido-walk'baro been :-. ,. ..1"' .' Mi'1; .,
A extern- at"
tin A...partyot: _:2*..men for. thee Larapasas' I laid during the past two weeks. In e ::tit i'A f+ M )-, ; : W....
the
a Ion will arrive on the down town section'of tho city.i, '1 y
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. I from. New. .Vork.' I Furnished Rooms Far Rent-Ovet .' I --0- the Social Bar, 'just above tho Island .. .f
. :; f i :::$& Competitors af All Times Mr. and Jennie Mrs. ,Vernon will leave Hick on and tho I City Bank, at $1.00 per week. Con- : ) c

s i daughter for' Miami. venient to tho Navy yard laborers '.' :r:

: IJ LllBOYIT! t :Iigg0 I-;: '',128 DUYAITSTREET J i ClIDCur_ lon this morning--0-,. 2SNKW- :If .: .,. .,: ')I --o-. hi;

; @ I Insist upon your grocer market.riving! I1ILLSBO11OUGH WILL \ '".,\--",-" ,. I
icffoe on the '
.. .. .[ you tfrb bout '-SOON- -OPJCNED: '-- .. .1/,
1 .-:1I-11::: JI That mean Cabrera'.. : *" _.Coffeer3006uhd. : -. 31 It .1&.1:108.-.: ,.'
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wI .Mrs' M...8. Drook was a passenger bore hotel !building will'' be' opened w' -:" '.. ?.9' '. o'it5' ,';
8d, .4r'f' ... .., 1: dam"I 4
No. 86yesterday evening en for'otecnpancy on July- accordingto .
=: ;IIBII ==11111: ., _p router"on'to Little\ ,,i'River, -Fla.S .1' Manager' J. L. Tallev 8t. There j . \ C. .' '+--
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--o= will be no 'specialcerenonles
The Journal ,office force yesterdaywaskeptrbUsyTaoceptrng -] the'guests In the; present hotel"will )f t1 ,
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lI THE FIRSTTIONAI BANK -- II I ited subscriptions ,from a number uneoMc-of be ture.Invited. The old to occupr'tbe-new hotel building will struc be. ""I ; M

will- be- .
_ .c. < r the LIVE citizens of this fjty. remodeled and re ponoa . ...
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--: shout .October 1, / ....
J' OF 'KEJ WEST ;oSI. : Found-Wheel on the corner of ThBnew.structure Is flnlzhed with - ...-. -,
Green ai\4 Duval streets': Owner may the exception "\>f some interior fln- -----1 II ',

I. ,. \ $100,000 -...I I hJng.w'.orkT-FurnitnMr'JD.T: 11roal7 -r I .
.. = Capital have samloJLDroY1ng propertUI.I . been placed In many of- the rooms. 1 ;

SurplusandUndiyided, fitt6-$46UOO-- I lice $' a jaunty air' 1 I .
New Venice will sat: THER :
II Tho'schooner -
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11 Monday morning with a large cargo LOCAL WEATHER REPORT the new. Spring and about// ; '
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Over One Mil- ,
Resources
Total for Miami and points . :
of freight !> :
of Agriculture) Pumps Colonials and
U. S. Department Oxfords NJ w
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= lion Dollars .:: :. :: ; =I the keys. I' !
alons/ V-t"e' n urp.n.Jove '
-- / that eVery
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for .
21 1912.
offered ,
reward
and Disbursing Agent of the U. S. Gorernmen 15.00 t
Depositary "formation us to who did th6 -' I "Dorothy Dodd". have s.L ;
.. .. Moral lot Friday Shoes the .
work on Joseph ".m. 7 p.m. I '

1 night. 23-3t Barometnr_____._-._30.05: _. 30.05Temperature.8d happy faculty, of not only.. feeling; ::1 I
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,41't; OFFICERS DIRECTORS I --0-Roman gold brace- '. ___ 83 and fitting well, but "going" well, \ ..

John Lowe, Jr. Lost: A heavy worn Wind velocitr________ .__6.u__ 3 -<. I I II '.

1 Goo W Allen, President; John W. Allen. let, the If Inside found/ of pleas which has return to Wind direction..,.,..-__SE.l ._.-. E with the, latest. dress faahfc" '_ ..' .,.

1.- plain. State,of w eftther _Cloud,. Cloudy' 'Pchave no 'difficulty in finding ,. . ,. ;. ',.'
,.' I .a= 0. HOWIIO Patterson. Vloo-pres.. Oeo. L. Lowe. = Mary. Semple. --U- -- I . . .. . ;. .

Oeo. L. Lowe. Cashier. William. Bowne H.Patterson.Chas. Porter.O. . The shipments of tobacco nrrlvofi Highest temperatureIjowtet --.___-_..u.ftR here styles. to" harmonize" with. t ... : 4
1 shipments of tobacco tern __..._ _.7:) new Spring: 4 r. "
CharlesA. Cjlllos, Aut. OashleHlchard A. Collins fi The following peratore u .j- your costumes. ," rAEauis ;
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II arrived on the Olivette yesterday Mea.1teinperature-----. 83.5 I'
c, Asst Cashier. Oeo. WAllen. 45 packs and 18 '
II. Co.
Kemp Gato ''Cigar s I't S ti:, 1
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bales; 8. & F. Fleltaa, 4 packs. Almanac JUDe 20 Son . ::- : :

--0- I .. 4:38.m.. '. . & ,'. "' }; ..:.: J
.p p IIIIIY11111 =11111.1A solicitors-for Lime. Sun rieee . _. ,_--- "' \ . .
J.= Wanted-City No.3, Reynolds Bldg.. i:Sun sets.____. ._j>__. ..__6p8pm. I ,518.520. .;: .". .-. '.\, . ,,; '. 'Ii
Apply room iuyal \ '
Duval street, between 10 A. m. and I! Hi,htide.224! a m.____8.34 p. m. .. ;Street '4 .', ;, ,," : r. : T:

.- 1 p. m: today. '. i Low tido.3.1Oa. m.___8. Stf" v.,m'" 'II I. : ',.,:,. ., ,.,,I... ," or.J. .. ,, '.. .. ..",.,. ",. "\.it.!
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meeting Thursday- at 7jSr| ', ' '" ... .... ,. ., .. .. /'ri.
Prayer, : 1.ocalYoreoaster .LrI. .a,7' i, ..l"t
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Have p. tn. invited to wow 1' .' .. '/' :" , L" "'vw'; ; .t. :: t.lt.t."tit'r: ',, -3 _:7oiiw.>. .. "7:.:, e1d-',.:.'."" .;) '..1< .. /-1; JjIi '
Them The public Is cordially. .. \' Ev3IOlli 1iioyEN UNTI\mII.J. .J . - :;- ter
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Y4.1 . hip with-118.. <** ;, 'r 1 P' "-. " ?11 " 't,1 r'Ik .- r y :\ ... \. .'. :.:.'.' .<.... . . .. . .1 '.PI. -. "
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e oK ",- I: ; ;. -,-.I: ,-. -' - Jllu/'lv'v'." \ ' -?'>;"* . 'Jt.i.: .h ;lntb D 'pent i ni' i h1bt'1 .t. .' .."- :..j ""' II-,"" .>iI,..: ,': \'L1i',., ,">.'I.q.,,1'.:. ",f..,"', .-- 'ln...r"t"', . : t.. ".:. #, :

El.bert'/'bom'paol1.; a tnatl'Yo.11q; .r.fitthe6'Rdberh', Lee ... 1, al : : ; J -:\: .
Bahama .I.lands,'< .declarpol mla Intentions hal 'oke '8trl1\lI.: otronrredonf. """ .JHES \ .".".
!Sin'. tn..,United l.&tatea."dla.trUtcourt / .;- tz a.; 'agoon"'th!; piavapps .,r M..JtAi\ ,; ,', ti.: .. . I :.. r-r.. *: '$ ,: lJr"i
'r. THERM II COTTLES'tt1' yesterday'of becotmlni. .a;.UnitedState1 steamer",Julian.:.AlonsoA*,* oannittefrom' ; ?''' ) : : i' .
?. . *" -1 '' Local Cln'peJl.t.010" : :
ciuzen. : ,
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,' America,; -wast appointed to Investigate .
} ers <
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. Wanted-City solicitor" for'Ltmo.Apply : . the matter.;:MoVdetemUnetn I__ ...l WsSnitaJUST; .r. \i
Prices =(, : l.6p! room, :No. B-;;ReynoldsBldg.., truth'or r l.rt"ot>tar"reports.-'ir.; [ ] .: ',, .-:' 1.,
'. .. Duval street..between, 19 a.,m. ad :.After a'..carefulnd'. ; painstakingInvestigation : t. ......... ..aJ.--, "!
fl : Prices .. 2"501-; ; ,); p.'mtodi7 .... ' .. ww-the. undtrslgned .-- Jil.:: h
... 1-0- committee. And that;Mr' McCllntocK_ . "-- . ; .. ,. 1\\" !f.i'1. 1''!" .fr
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: Prices. . ; .,'. :.: 4.7l.f -- Mr.; ., ,.,...wll1l.-&D4-- hnd"'h ,'was.not pineapple any-tfme boat But employed wits at ':work,the on . .1 \ ) . ,t .. .. .'. ".'-ifo:; .'\.). 'Ilt 1:"..::.!1'" ..' .
.. spending several weeks in .' '
have been
the ears. tf"r" -, ': "' .
""':""""' -"-- II tho guests o fMr.'apd Mrs. ? TH& THING :, r..l.
the :
city as ,
.r We also find that' these rumora FQKTHISrWEATHJER ,
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'. loft yesterdayevontng ..
Martin 1
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.,,' ",,\',. .' : route to their home In Spaatan.Harbor. have been circulated by* enemiesor i '" I'
,' ett I
'1'fl NES I' the accused, PtrlnclpaUy..fOC'' political" ':If W' ," :' !

t t KEYWESTDRUGCO -o- I purposes. Icenn'toclt '" ,. ..,5.
Robert Lee : was an I .. {
The 8. 8. Lampaaas will arrive la now a staunch friend of organized\ <; ,I' .. ,""J":

,x, J'T t*& && from lowing Now passongora York'today on board with for the-KeyWest fQ-.1 I: labor for always the ready right,to and.sacrtflce has never anything .f PriceA. $.s .OQjstd: ., ''),


? / e &*& ..Store B. Maloney.: H. C. ClP.lf',_Dr. and Mra. J.I been fellow guilty worknen..f one act" _against'_ ._ : ;!

-a! He is an honorable member of h1a-1 I ,
marriage licenses !
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The following .
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cal 665, and 'we are.j roud to-
'I .40 ft yjAt were issued by County J1djtGunn' with } "" "
him us.
during /the past week: Nathan Henry .r
C. W SAWYER ,
lt e Oellort te Edna Louise Smith: Juan 'I' '
A. B.. SAWYER, f;
Stores Annie Maria Vernal: WO'L'KOWSKY' ,.tv
Both Queseda to '
R. L. .HAINET, Committee. I h
Es-
Samuel V. McCarthy to Myrtle ;
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telle Ingrah&m; George Asdae/ to Bou- ......... T
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la West. ___ _u_ u . !I .3'-t-:\' ..:...
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4i'if The United States. civil service ytW v a k I\4 .6
.0' commission announces an examination I a a 'f Reliable Mdse. Distributor. | x" V1) \ -1.r rCa }

J .."++ .,++..+...'. .." .....'.'.'.....<"' .....t to bo ''held In this city on July *; : \IJ"! .:" ::
tor tho position of asofstani; '" ..' '
20th
storekeeper salary of. 1600! per. I../..''.:.<" .;' '..-..' ,"' ':' J! O 4> "*.. * .*: . *. .,* ..4. > *..*.,*' *.'. .:f. :t.f;: ,
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Applications otto take .tho exaoalnattQnvxaust I :' "' ' '- iv-T" J."' 'l "" '
year -- / "I"1! ..! ''iiTkigf
\ be clod; with-the dl'- ... 1f4; fs'Jh / ', 'II: -; ' ''f.. ..',, :
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jcRk.D. trfflt s brotdrr& botorelJulISl21J, .- \ t)q 1fr , ;: '4i't..tF.y. . i'.
=<*-*. :';//"r/r", r.t- '... ,. : )< A.:.. Grcaui ,..,....-, ''. :'"'''' I
Two prominent business men 'of y: I : .,. .., . .,11.. JH ." "\ ..J .
I Miami were arrested yesterday by .,.:; 'w the department'fit"lustloe'air tho "re \ 1 MOTABI.VIHS-D' 1877 ;> w,. \

I quest of tho'British government :-YOU GM'AN Corner of : noalrlni; to doUcat' ;j w.tcks...:., i:V. ;. r
EVERY .' -S 4"-S--IA r .
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charged with stealing\ two' steam l ry : .x, \.. i .
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British doo proe'eUV ..I I'wItbw'' 6,".1.
the wrecked, -- is the tiejif 1 .
; winches from pla( .
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!:t' t. "' : steamship Hannah/ M. Bell -whlcn'' 'Y.f ". '" ."c.. "!I-... 4l... : ; i.20.. DU\rAt'J.:;'" ........ ';'''II.t' )R...,.. .". ,'. Z"k '.,
Chocolate, .. .
was' ashore on. Elbow Reef :In May '\ {tIJ.1 V,, \ ,,' .'. I
unable to, learn the Wien : Diamoud.ySc .. ; " ,. :..t.. ;
!: 1911. Wo were / you buy; & and Sou:: p. a ( ti1"Jr te )
: / 1 .' navies o( the :two.men InvolVod. a ('
!I DAYThat -0-' want'? ft; .DIAMOND. 'o 1. D .Kendiick :
and two ... "
: Mr. and Mrs. J., Curry ; . 4.! -, .
babies loft on train No., 86'ycatordayevening ;\7hen : *( of .frol f ;.t" ,' 1'
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for, Homestead, ,Fla., snore ," ". E. ; 'I . [1, ,
they will make their future Lomoi: I 'Jewelry wuut to KNOW . f DENTIST's: 's... ' ._ ;.;- ,;. ;+'
t I y oft loss on.account, of slckn ss Mr. Curry has ..purchased. .,25 nere f.ou. CaOWNlkBRWCB..WOQ'. "

: farm near' .Homestead and wilt'.do-.. Ihntt Issla.the'l3est( of its kind. A. SpcOalr\v. ;s":: Y ,;. ? )'
means money to you. You cannot vote all hla tlmo".In- the future > rI 8.30 to ". ,,4: 0.U 5 OC' >
;.:. : flrm! 'nr.. The many friends of. filM i avu.ou.o"-Dr1iri . .
1 J\ buy from WEINBEUO'S . '
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and Currywish them ojiccosa ; .
be sick but Mrs. I Pbo No ,
afford to --= you can .9902 'I .
:i / : their new'Yent.u''e. liavb'lBaTasaraoce *,-] \ .., ]f '
' t ''rHw .* you ,
.d 1-i 1 afford to b .Y-drugS-at-\his-Drug---- The, conymlttee, on .arrangement. rT
: for tho Fourth of July: celebration iways.Th Stoves .PBOt' s.UA'.t, ",

' : 4. 1 Store, and our Drugs prevent sickness .. held a meeting In B., A., .Waddett. will *:M -recelTea; ,*at. tneof--, ',
: office! yesterday afternoon and' formulated the>, City .Clerk,' until'?; 7.10 ,
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a general outline of tho program p.' nx. ; Thursday. ti Jan ilia.i .
r : after which they adjourned Palace : i "tho lease .ot foot:">o ;P.t- .
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C. B. FOGARTY & CO. until Monday\ evening E.. A. Wad . Diamond. ... at.North .,? Dea hro,; >4 ' .
dell" office hao- been chosen'as headquarters . .. purposes9: ' \ "L'.I
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: for the committee, and anyone : ,res)rres tha-rlxat'td,.re
I' Eaton and tlizabeth' desiring to-offer their services '?. W WINBERG, Prop., II and all bids '.'..,,d'S." : "J
Phone 62 Corner Streets 712 .
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., Invited' to,"attend the meet- . H., K. COLD. ."rt\ -* i'rr .

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, JJ.!';; Skirt is ,ljepresented,, Here Order' for Street ,'Wear"q
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':+' ,. "Please write something} about eat
I Interested reader of all
am very
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menu for disfigured finger nails.. :Mine
: : :your good advice and suggestion to
., j' are ;very tender and ugly from a long
..1' "'....,. course.. of housework:,,but now -I've got the many asking aid from you MayI :
too, ask: a few questions Am Just
.. I I some help I want to improve my 1
t married and moved Into* our dear little ,

; 8 bands."A COUNTRY READER. I bungalow, and look to you.' for ad- '
.1// ii' R r i vice. For which foods are finger
-- bowls used, and docs a finger bowl
The working housekeeper's. hands I stand In ''a glass plate? When are the

4 1 )a t nave many injurious Influences to enounterbnttheveryworsttfthem finger bowls placed on .the tablet ,

1 :. .< Is ."WbeiTn Individual dishes are placedon .,

the constant- Imtnerslon in, water i the table with salt spoons Is the

which dishwashing and other cleaning salt conveyed to the plate with small
up ,nvolve... Rapid changes from. hot
spoon? Please give' me a recipe for '
.1 ,bw.r Frwl to cold water, .and the reverse are I a fruit salad containing grapefruit and :

; 'f' > very hard on the hands, the changes one without, also a cabbage salad
Milt rQ t.h *
.! .4, .. :" temperature..maklng the..naija) .brit reclperlf not too much trouble for you. h\c3 t L

: tie and scoring therewith ridges In having; cards printed. shall '1 have
Ji 'so often seen on much-used hands.
husband's card such
name
. 1, my on my: ,
.. ) The texture.of the akin) la also coarsened
b cr <' as "Mrs. H. B. Jones" (or Harry B.) ?
.
'. '... i$ t rA.kiM 1 while the soaps- used in. all'' la it good taste to have a door plate '
" f. 11ih' forms of housework, being full of alkali with name on on our new home?-V.O. MG o k,

may *o attack the' delicate flesh N.
- Tt about the nails as to loosen-them .Sir -- -- -

a care of the nails certainly
proper Finger bowls are necessary when
means a proper care of all the bands, fruit IB served or corn on the cob, and j
and It is easy enough to protect them many hostesses have them brought In

{ 'i when doing some forms of coarse with the dessert service or after It. 1

work. There are heavy white cotton Each bowl rests on a glass plate to t uaYr I

gloves for sweeping and dusting which match or: on a china plate on top of a

: I cost only ten cents a pair. Before put- fine finger bowl doll)'. The salt spoon """ :of.W' 1JoJ..114--.
ting these on, the palms and nails I is Used by the individual to put the -
should .be greased with olive oil or salt on his plate. I cannot take the marie on J lines of men's', crcwn and upper brim overlaid wild ,

vaseline, either unguent rubbed well limited spare to write out recipes un SHAPES to bo worn this rprlng 1 velvet In bright colors-such as red. v

1: 9 alt f, .w into the skin and all about the nail less for some very unusual dish that droLt-crB, and look very : royal blue, cerise and green. NoU
1 ; 4 r .;v. R s4 ..... scarf. Tie gloves should also be regularly I will be a novelty. What you wish wlU mode plain tailored gowns. many all black hats are shown but/
.pof" The liked most are the -Derby combinations of black with colors -
strong
,.':: washed, for -when they are be found In any up-to-date cook book.
c 4qP grimed with dirt they are certainty Your cards should be engraved with and a similar shape with a tall square have such n vogue as never before -

:; useless for beautifying purposes. I your htislvand's full name. Door plates crown. Hut along with these severe while black and white maintain'their '
: Hues are gny touches of color and popularity always. In their new
With these: gloves and a mop, dishes are seldom used now.
; and cooking utensils may be washed strictly femlnlno adornments In the and proper environment.
I way tof rosettes of ribbon, standingTings" Tho stilt standing "brushes" lined. ,
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without the It
., Injury to bands or, From "N. B. D."
used of fabric (Ina silk or ribbon ). for tilmmiiiK are made of silk libers'
rubber gloves could be
preferred Will you kindly answer through!' the
. also the smart brush of silk which of gourn and other feathers and similar
for the dishwashing. 1 paper whether it Is proper to bring; a
"' "' baa such a vogue In mtlllncry along forms bade of (lowers and fom :c*
.
1. The' first care of hands {Injured with box of candy or choeolntea when taking

p;;rr'' ., 'The/photograph-snows/the/ ; model of a,' fashionable 'Parisian 'dreSBmakfis -; housework begins with .the cleansing a lady to the theater? Also which with(Floweret other!Durbar ribbon laid Ideas.In plaits across. aro for want known of a as better"stick-up"name. ornaulents Some slnv(<;'
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''ti); bath with soft water barely morethan side should a gentleman be on (rightor ,
er. Wred! In: thlt; extreme fashion of the mchalk.ed of barem'dresl. \TIlIII ,
j /:( the front of a' black Milan shape and )plo e.'nppB t are displayed without ornament -
tepid, and the; soap of. a ( left of lady) In escorting her across
very
I AjJe'1'1 picture was'snapped: at ,the race track near Paris and created a great deal : I surmounted by a "l>alnt brush" trim : other than a band and flat c
; good sort. If the water: used is bard the ballroom floor and on which side
'k : this
/"j.QTamusement exjremjgfa, 'mucJi-talked-ofjXharem skirt la, the\near:' in black Is one of the nobbiest huts bow across the front made of a three-
c'i'u :' gBt approacn'tp trousers that'baa:' yetbeeff devfAedby'French, dreeemaker'a. often It with a teaspoonful of borax, should he seat himself?-N. D. D. BO far produced. 'I Ir.ch heavy ribbon. .

L: ?. lK.-.l', '&:'5 ... ---L5-! ; ; ." V r. *. - **--+; ; , ; - X ; :l land before using! the soap shave up. Some shapes, on this order have the I JULIA BOTTOMLEY. I '
-and"hotl'St'down' to"a'' jelly./: Getscaka There la nothing improper. ,about i
; Ii nLti( 1 4" 1t.-.fi.: ; vi .;TOQUE. ;, r..f 1 ATAFFETAFR1LL.k ; : ;:.MOST, USEF4II a.;; ,, .of 'icod{'old cast\le for. the pur taking; a box of candy: to'the theater, -. .. ..'

': II t:f.'; :': '!( '_' ,I,.:." '-'" ':, 'I 1': ,,, ;\:.. ,.'!t..V"'V: -' -,.. I:".* pos ,,iismd, after the coap>> Is dissolved but it should be eaten during the. intermission SATIN.. AND' AFFETA: MANTLES" "SIMPLE: \ GOWN-

, UI y4ge9Right'Th1nd"lo: -, uppl ment PoW' hI .bout' Malt a.,;otppfbenaoiu! : ; and not' during,, the play:; 10' lt-r--, .., .wta;:;; ,::i
, ''.... tI-tf4trta: of('r-'I..j.qul..t' t1r '. Uiingit1, well'1htqth6jeUy: ;, gllheilath'DI4wtttingyh ; 'A' man'. walks at th.1ett.ot..Jady..odsfta' t I Hoieeiited' Vewis'l.terApAars)'t fot.Thelllll'k .. ","' ,"'. '""r,
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;Chlftert'' :c't"\'o": \: "'lf: + : *t he/.lett, offering' till right,arm I k
, '0. . -. ,. ..:1 ,., ': Dandaaii&thenaub ; : } : '1.I'it Hrallo"MacAa'4I.ndAttt'actlve. : ( )
.1'J: <, I-' w. t.flfl"! : the' Jelly ,<":.: ,
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ift';'N'J ; "t ,<<..th.'enr.eoin iuTtcfiea; I Brtnr soap- ,1Roff! ,$ one '\ ". \ //ov..rtJqu.tt: }/t. t pi r7"To'ipepl'ac0 h..t JurD2a.r.: :orrafteotb
; ) 6'nbw'pae: opijpermlts watef'.and1 then tfnse la anotbef of the, -,' _T* *ec'llarl'.to remOTe ttJe'gT i 'noon ')and ;vlsiting'wear-ther.'w1U'pe" ; '1a j ::
'fa;; taffeta1 frill. at thlvpoinind; the same' temperature;', drying;the;',Jiands ,before shaking bunds?."'Are"there certain . creatyvogue tnjotig' ;: soft 'satin and f fy

'' skirt .can',trails! without' disthrliinglthe' ; ,at one on &'.;cJ.40, loft towel, ' 'occasions'when this. la or Is not taffeta 'mantles;' '/','fJ1.leiaN; Quite

i. .wearers: peaca.! ':pfimind;; ,; A:' o'ely'chlfton Such '* bands! bath should'be"tikenevery'nightbefore ',; necessary, .?'-'!'fWAlTINa.: : " straight and for the most fart unlined

gown':ia'.o''finished.' ; and to <
countenance. the scanty'rill' shirred. when 'tb, bands are dry some unguent If a man should; ; be 'working and carried out in strict'harmony with the ,yn ,? t ., ,

I rw ov cords' at the 'hem *'there are two' musL-bo: ., jrubbed at_once"iovetand have on heavy Boiled gloves he should, ", .. '. '
cordIng JnTH>e\cHff6n. v': little'"alove'the about the natll-elth"r olive oil or vaseline remove them- before! shaking hands, 1CLarge square revers allied to equally -

knee and about two Inches apart as. hitherto stated. \ otherwise it is not necessary large square shaped collars.figure,
.
Thlese: pun 1n'but'dohot* : hobble the As numerous baths even 'WIth the .MADAME MERRI.. on'an appreciable-number of models.

-: ... fulness of ,the skirt: ;.'which, III again best soap and softest water. 'are not And by way of breaking the monotony
shirred over, a heavy cord at the waist of an all-black scheme the revere are
'. ", t.1 always 'good for sensitive nails end Breeze Baskets.
\\rr. line. The frock of course, is a one- delicate skin It is wise to clean the The bedroom that is redolent of the oftentimes faced with some color, suca

.,, I piece affair. The surplice: waist closes : bands several times during the day old-fashioned scent- of lavender suggests as bishop's purple, peony or a Pekin

,,'f,)' with two gorgeous buttons and finishesin with olive oil or palm' oil: if the hands refreshment and peace. It is silk Is'pretty. But always are these
\: a narrow rolling collar of taffeta. are well rubbed with either of these, not enough to line the wardrobe contrasts veiled In black chiffon. Thatseems JSI
Over the taffeta collar is a second collar e
for the moment to be a hard
then dusted with talcum powder, and shelves with lavender sachets, though
1'I ? of filmy handkerchief linen adorned wiped off ,with a coarse and yet soft to.,do so is a step in the right dIrec- and fast decree. I
with finest Madeira handwork which I Fringe also plays its and the"mantles
part
iI\t.\ .. towel the soil will be entirely re- ,
takes the shape of a monk' cowl at tion.Very
.. Coarsened Improved in their entirety are being
moved. nails are mucb pretty are the hanging"breeze"
fJ[ tbe back. The: taffeta again
appearsin regarded by a large fraternity of worn- {
too, by the wearing of loose baskets which every breathof
Very different from the severe cardinal a quaintly twisted bow and sash
en as a veritable boon for filling the
old "white kid gloves, both during the air from the outside encouragesto
4 hat of untrimmed shiny mllan ends which are attached at the waist anxious hour
pending the definite uc-
day and at night while the regular send forth a delicious scent. The
I.. this. adorable flower toque which line.
H! gloves worn should also be fairly loose" -"baskets are hung[ upon Tlbbon- and ceptance of the proposed fresh modes
would be becoming to face
any pot and
t and of a soft leather Inch as chamois lung upon the looking glass: or upon styles
.e/Tertaken by middle age. After forty I IAn
;IW. Graduated Plaiting or doeskin. the handle of an escritoire, out of ,
; the flower toque is 'trying test to the. .
,{;h:1j: The Introduction of graduated plait. KATHERINE MORTON. sight maybe, but not out of mind. The- Waist Line. I
f' {.complexion. Tbe new toques of this Ing removes the last hope that the w .. indication of present> fashions H A
t ; character !It'the head closely and they : the waist line
; skimpy hem will continue. that will In many cases lp
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y hair II pulled out in soft tendrils beyond u I
KI One of the newest models in plaited be indicated by a narrow belt of the
S the edge of the toque. The
w ; ,
dresses and it old-fashioned sort which has
was seen recently, was one
j, )\f pretty. .toque pictured Is made of yards quite a pleasing compensation In Pretty Decoratibpffor the ceased to associate in one's mind with .r

T4ir: :: : and yards of, mauve mallnes wound spite of the fascination of the slim Handkerchief or Glove Case smart dressing. In very many of the 7
aver white mallnes and against this
silhouette.For newest gowns the waist Is emphasized 7
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:stI": airy background are poised small rose the sunray skirt cling and and in Its normal place. t

pink flowers. \Sprays of tbe Mowers gives at the same time and all women As a rulethe belt corresponds with the ...t

,)tU Ii- from the 'crown and a large silki'orchld must agree in time that the more , t'r other trlrjmlngs of the gown but tbij With mauve stripes, brightened \10 by' ,
.
"..''' blends the mauve' and rose graceful mode is the line which gradu fI f\: Is not Insisted upon, and sometimes It a cluster of cherries at the waist.

i. tones,in to soft- harmony.. / ally' widens rather than that which' has no connection with It at all, but Leghorn hat, edged with cornflower

": decreases at the foot. I belongs wholly to the must abused region blue velvet and trimmed with corn

'f''k' 'jif i! .New York and Its MII'IInery.13L,1 The woman of ancient Greece could of the fancy belt. Thus a striped flowers and poppies. '

:gM'Whatever' may be aald about the not have maintained her graceful gait I gown has Its' narrow belt of fouled '

Stresseswhich-ar, : -for.the-most part in hobble, although -anclent.JII&7pt .. brocade llssuo\ : und an afternoon flock I
f i '
er l ii, ""l..i'-rery- freakish unbecoming, there there was some such style. WeaN! which was carried"outIn pom parlour! : Dainty Glove Protector.
iq Im little or no adverse criticism about never content and even fashion's silk\ em=,liBslzcJ its pcssesi.lon of nIr.t Among the frilly things: that girls

}/ $1rJ\ )SV',u.. bates which are really lovely and ever-changing wheel does not revolvequickly \\"I by clrc'lnK It with a band of aro making this season are tubes of

,'= ,v ". 'ot great diversity shapes and color. enough to please us all, and ut"f: straight!: ribbon. white satin to slip Insldo the muffto

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s'1t I ? \ /.thug bat/ the'durbar turban and to another. Broom Holder. Take a strip of satin or heavy mes-

-';! tiny'pokes; ,;but Unquestionably large, 'A drain pipe may be put ton rather saline, 15 Inches long and 12 Inches

+ f &f'rather; flat hats will be worn for mid- Auto Hammock. novel purpose In the shape, of a holderfor deep, fold It over and sew In a seamto

'"I}, it,144aAngiler; w ar. Many of these areS II What' to do with numerous small I i brooms, warden tools, ete. Decorated make a six-inch tube. Sew In a

; ; :' eUe4 ,, printed chiffon, net and I packages In an automobile after the drain pipes make excellent: umbrella French seam to avoid raveling. Finish

fit4', ,'"< ;hose, and are very soft and dainty, al- pockets are full, can be Solved by and tern stands for the hail, but the ends with' a narrow hem and

fcVvio( \ ; ghthey: have not the flufflnessTjTt. hanging a child' doll hammock to the when used for the purpose shown need frills of chiffon or chiffon and creamy
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,, t'> cterlstlo. of the+ !lingerie babe hat.vI1tUner7 I ...top...over...one' .head.. .. .ThisJiespeCJaJi! I only be decorated Jn a very almt'WiiY.l lace. -
'' nnd a 1r1. Ihe work"of mlnuletoilIp---
{ 1- Trade: JBeview. ly handy for a long trip when space good plan ofDotng this Is a
\ to entirely cover the-exterior of the this case Inside the muff. The frilly
: \ I11fJ" : is at, a premium, as there is always ,
1'r ,, : .... foV pipe with some remnant of any pretty ends Improve the looks- of the muff
'room In the
A i "just one more" thing
'>', 8HV.r,Wedding. wall which while gloves last much
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::1.." {mojre/paper,:;wllh" the: -monogram of way. ''and may be placed In the corner of Coats Without Padding .

-A the.Dada and bridegroom; in raised sllf the kitchen or in some other suitable Tailors
Device.A are using less and less pad-
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;t date'ef' the wedding''and In the other Bleeping car apron is'made of a a ding in the new coats, and although

.:uu.r'i, .' 'tV 'Vrrof.'navln (\ '10. plain breadth of linen; having a broad I Te.4, Costume.The ) these are never entirely Innocent of "
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!'lit. lae:there'.is'a-(.t 1a1\'Whlt8; hand are lined with.thinwhite: ; rubber and fwith this little basket worked In colors. The daisies are worked solid inwhite with one of the many types oflooseskirted cleverly cut to suggest smooth II '

: and' ;toit .ere meant to hold ,sponge," soap toothbrush [ with yellow centers; the fojget-m-enots in blue with, yellow centers, I blouses is much nsed squareness, and are sometimes' fast
'J .1"1 t.it:: adihobo4aad' ;+white Dow ;a"Utt and Other,toilet necessaries, two land. the leaves and feral In green. The stems are done In the outline for te >nll.' With It Is worn a striped ened (as the tendency$ just now)

"vl' maJlei-' eookr 'heart..* ':;ThJ'"'ytt>' smaller pocket .ab<<.,nc.ITtng.rlnp: 't f stitch In green.The basket is also worked in the outline stitch in a light coat .lOf blue glad/ white, orange and from neck to hem wIth) a straight'and
I I I in solid whit, red and' white, or green and. closely/ set Hnw ot buttons, with a tiny
f, l ;*olUe e \he union"of.a beast'andhand and other' small jewgiry'.tock: collars J shade of brown, and the ribbon Is done the satin atltch. In'pink
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