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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. JULY 27. 1915.
&&k & (Company
Pennsylvania Avenue op Uma e p. m. ivdr. Seventh Street
Eyery One of These Items Is
All small lots of the wardrobe's most needed features cut deeply,
as we cut for clearance in preference to inventorying them.
Small lots of Men's Two and Three Piece
Cheviot, Cassimcre, and Worsted Suits, that
have been $15, $18, and $20. NOW ....
Men's Cravenettcd Mohair
Suits sizes from 35 to 44. Re
duced from $15,
$18, and $20.
Men's Wash Suits Coat and
Trousers plain Tan and .Blue
Striped; sizes from 36 to 48.
Reduced from AS p
$10.00. NOW tpO.OU
Men's Wash Suits Coats and
Trousers plain Tan sizes
from 36 to 46. Re- -
duced from $6.00.
Men's Thin Coats, Gray Mo
hair, and Blue
from $5.00. NOW
Men's Split and Sennit
Makes in all the latest
434 Ninth SL N. W.
"Bread Cast Upon the Waters."
"Lure of the Pictures."
DON'T GO DOWN
UNLESS YOB SEE OH R
KpAlhambra Theater Kn
w 519 7th Street N.W. "
3034 14th St. K.W.
All the Most Up-to-date Pictures
Shown at the Acme.
1913 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Extra special show today, 3 reels
of first class films. Plenty of electric
fans to keep you cool. Pay us a
visit. Open 6 P. M.
MOVING PICTIRE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
ALL NEW FEATURE FILMS
C 715 8th St S.E. (J
Citlcst Theater ii Tewx
New Feature Films.
HORNING, 9th and D
Men's Odd Vests Blue and
Black Serge and Unfinished
Worsted left from Q p
Suits up to $25. NOW.OOC
Men's Outing Pants cuff
bottoms, side buckles and straps
have sold up 1o
Men's Colored Silk Wash
Four-in-hands ; Stripe and Panel
effects. Reduced from 25c
3 for 50c
Men's Porosknit Underwear,
long and short sleeves ; and knee
and ankle lengths. Re- QQ
duced from 50c NOWUi7C
Straw Hats English and
blocks $3 value. NOW
TO STUDY DISSOLUTION PLANS.
Attorney General Takes Meat Trait
Programme on Trip.
"When Attorney General 'Wlckersham
left yesterday afternoon for his sum
mer home on Long Island to spend the
week-end, he took with him the de
tailed plans for the dissolution of the
National Packing Company, and wll ex
amine them to see If they meet with
his approval. They were submitted to
him yesterday by Federal District At
torney "Wilkerson. of Chicago, who, with
Ralph Crew, of Chicago, chief counsel
for the trust, had a conference with the
Attorney General yesterday morning
Both Mr. Crew and Mr. Wilkerson left
for Chicago yesterday afternoon Both
declined to discuss the documents turned
over to Mr. Wlckersham except to say
that they were along the line of the
dissolution programme which was an
nounced at Chicago recently.
The plan submitted by Mr. Wilkerson
embraces a general proposition to divide
up the properties of the trust among the
three big interests In the packing bul
ness, namely, the Swift, Armour, and
Morris. Wlckersham will probably make
known his decision on the dissolution
proposition early next week.
MEAT PEICES S0AB.
Veal, Beef, nnd Chicken Are Hither
Tban for "Weeks.
Local prices of meats are making an
altitude flight Not for many weeks have
the soared so high. The advance can
not be explained by local dealers. They
simply know that veal has Jumped for
ward to the extent of $1.50 or C a hun
dred wholesale, that veal breast has ad
vanced from 11 to IS cents, that cut
lets have soared from 25 to 30 cents, that
chops have leaped from 18 to 20 apd 25
cents, and that quotations of other veal
products have Increased proportionally.
The price of chicken Is still high. Th
price Is about 23 per cent higher than
normal. The fish market remains about
the same There was a dearth of croak
ers yesterday, but It is believed the
supply will be greatly replenished early
I.eper Arouses Controversy.
The controversy over the leper who Es
caped from the Denver leper colony and
turned up at San "Francisco, and who Is
known under the names of C. TV. Carson
and C W. Bronson, has now Involved
the health authorities of three States,
and will be put up to the Solicitor of the
Treasury for final decision. The Denver
authority do not want him, nnd the
California officials are seeking to get rid
of him. The health officer of San Fran
cisco yesterday notified Surgeon General
Blue, of the United States Public Health
Service, that he believed Carson or
Bronson, belonged In Texas, and urged
the Federal authorities to compel his re
turn to that State. A decision Is ex
pected In the course of the next few
4 The Fiaona
I QHOOMAKER f
f W PENN. RYE 1
Tern years old, 9123.
Order by 'phone.
Also TENNESSEE, 1.00 atott.
X TheShoomaker Co.
established 1853. Thome M. llSSm.
Established 1ITX. TeL. North 1581.
Indertakers, EnWaers, aid
1715 14th Street N. W.
Prices and Terms Made for lata and
Washington. D. C Philadelphia, Pa.
Cemetery Lota Bought, Sold, and
Exchanged. Cremation Arranged.
lest Service Giaraiteeir
All kinds of wood, cloth, and metal
caskets furnished at moderaU
Men's White Lisle Under
wearT long and short sleeves; an
kle length. Reduced &(
from $1.00. NOW. . . . Oi7 C
Men's Black and Tan Leather
Belts; in assorted lengths. Re
duced from 50c Oft
Men's Percale and Madras
Neglige Shirts a big variety of
patterns in sizes that are more
or less broken soft and stiff
cuffs plain and plaited bosoms.
Have sold up to $200. ort
Men's Low Shoes; almost all
the popular lasts are represent
ed, in all leathers GUARAN
TEED, as usual. Reduced from
$3 50 and $4 00. (U Ap-
MAIL CONTRACTS LET.
Post-office Department Awards South
American Service Grants.
The Fcst-offlce Department je'terday
signed two ocean mall contracts for
service between New Tork and Venexu--'a,
each contract being for a period of
ten jears They are both with the At
lantic and Caribbean Steam Navigation
One contract provides for the trans
portation of the mails from Nen Tork to
Maracalbo, Venexuela. the vessels call
ing on the nay at Mavaguez, La Guavra,
and Curacoa. A sailing every two weeks
M stipulated, making tnent)-slx a year.
The, time to La Guayra must be three
dajs, and to Maracalbo eleven days.
Steamships are to be of the fourth class
The second contract provides for the
transportation of the malls to Puerto
Cabello, Venezuela, calling at San Juan,
Porto Rico; Curacoa and La Guayra.
These sailings are also to be ever two
weeks, twenty-six a jear. The time to
Curacoa must be three dajs and to La
Guayra ten dars Vessels of the third
class are to ba used.
WIFE SUES MISSING KATZ.
Spouse of Grocer Would Have Trtut
Declared on Property,
Mrs. Mamie Katz. wife of Max Katz,
fie grocer who mysteriously disappeared
July g. Bled su't yesterday against her
husband, asking the court to declare a
trust on his property In her favor, al
leging that It rightfully belongs to her
Mrs Katz claims that her husband
virtually acted as her agent, depositing
her money in the bank In his own name
and taking title himself to realty pur
chased by her. It Is claimed by Mrs.
Katz that when she married Katz In
Atlanta. Ga., In February, 1508, she was
a. widow and had $5,000. and he was a
clerk in a dry goods store, receiving JS
a week. She relates that three weeks
after their marriage they came to this
city, when she purchased from the father
of her husband a grocery business at
1S01 Chester Court, and subsequently pur
chased realty In the court at a cost of
$S30. and that May IS. 1910, she purchased
the property at 1201 D Street Northeast
for $5,000, selling the Chester Court prop
erty for J1.S00 and establishing another
store at the new location.
Justice Wright jesterday appointed
Frederick J Rice as receiver of the busi
ness of Katz, and enjoined and restrained
Katz from disposing of any property
while the suit Is pending
To Brinar Ashes Home,
The body of Mrs. -Gladys Purman
Ccrr, formerly of Washington, who died
In London Thursday, will be cremated
and the ashes brought to this city. She
was formerly Miss Gladys Purman, and
was popular in Washington society. Be
sides her husband, Henry Clay Carr, she
Is survived by two sislers, one of whom
is the wife of former Senator Thurston
cf Nebraska and the other, Mrs George
Flattery, of this city.
Released on Gambling Chnrsre.
Charged with Indulging In the inter
esting 'game of "matching coins," Will
lam Mclntyre. a clerk In a lunch room
In Eighth Street Southeast, was ar
raigned In Police Court yesterday. A
policeman declared he saw Mclntjre by
peeping through a rear window. He was
released ,on his personal bond.
Steamer Chutes Maealnttr for Mount Versos
Imtc Strath Street Whirl it 10 a. m. and ls
p. m. daflr, except Sunday. For Manhall Hall dailr
aod Sunday. 20 a. m., 330 and 62S p. m.
Stems St. Johna ltmtM StTtoth Stmt Wharf
at 120 Xfc a. for Oblooial Beach.
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Qmt...
(teamen from foot of Strath Stmt for Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk dailr at 1-43 p. ra.
Can from Fifteenth Street and hew Tork Aiemit
rtarj Quarter sour formals entrance Zoo raj and
To Great irsua w ewnrton ana Old Dominic
Railroad can ertrj few minutes from Thirtj-sixta
and M Streets.
To Cheaapeaka Beaca-Dallrl trains of Chetajctka
Beach Balltrar leatei 13). 1030. and 11 ao n..
230, . and 1 15 p. m.
Zb Mount verooo wannifloi.virrinIa Ballvay
can at err boor on th boor from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Station, Twelfth Street and PennajlTasla, Atenna.
"The Traarle love Story of Mona Lisa."
Two reels. To-day. Virginia Theater.
Grocers Report Inerraslna; Demaad
For Melnberg"s Top-Noch" Bread. So
good all want it. Bakery 71 11th se.
Ustktalaar Rods installed aaci repaired.
J. H. Kuehllng.
GO INTO EFFECT
Inspectors for the Eailwaf Conunii'
lion Are Keeping Sharp Look
out for Violations.
MORE CHANGES AHTf EXPECTED
Inspectors of the. District Electric Rail
way Commission are keeping a sharp
lookout for violations of the Increased
car service orders, which became effect-
he yesterday afternoon. The new sched
ules ordered by the commission were
Inaugurated Yesterday, and it 1 hardly
believed that the railway companies will
dare to violate the terms.
New schedules were placed In force on
four of the heavy traffic lines. The
Chevy Chase line la required to operate
cys between Fifteenth Btreet and New
York Aenue and the District Line on a
seven-minute headway between 4 30 and
6 o'clock In place of the former fifteen
minute service. Similar service has been
Inaugurated between the Rock Creek
loop and the District line. Between 8
and 80 a. m., twc-and-a-balf-minute
service has been ordered between the
District line and the loop. Sundays and
holldajs are excepted.
The New Schedule).
The North Capitol Street lino Is re
quired to operate cars between Fifteenth
and G Streets Northwest and W Street
Northwest on a two-and-a-quarter mln
ute headway from 4.SQ to S o'clock, and
on a headway of not more than 1 S-t
minutes from 5 to B 21 o'clock.
The Maryland line of the City and
Suburban Railway Company Is compelled
to operate cars between Fifteenth and
G Streets Northwest and the District line
on a headway of not more than 1 S-4
minutes from 4 JO to 5 o'clock. From
E to S 21 o'clock two-minute sen Ice Is
Between 5 and 6-1 o'clock the Penn-
aylvanla Avenue eastbound cars are re
quired to operate between Seventh Street
West and Eighth Street East on a neao
way of not more than 1 1-6 minutes.
No decisions have yet been reached by
the Railway Commission and the Inter
state Commerce Commission with re
spect to the railway matters which are
now under consideration and Investiga
tion It Is extremely probable that orders
of some kind demanding superior serv
ice from the common carriers will be
Issued within several weeks.
H C. Eddy, secretary of the Railway
Commission, stated last night that a
hearing will be held by the commission
on August 5 on the question of through
car service from Tennalltown and
Cleveland Park to the heart of the city.
Several hearings hae already been held,
but no decision has been reached yet by
the commission with respect to the mat
ter. BOY FAB FROM HOME.
'Wlnnlpeir loath Spends Money and
Is Found by rollce.
Three weeks older, 165 poorer, and
there's no telling how much wiser, Elmer
Re)nolds, who confeses an age of four
teen years and boasts a residence In
Winnipeg, Manitoba. Is at the House of
Elmer was picked up by the police jes
terdaj near Connecticut A enue and Cali
fornia Street Northwest. He had no
money, and when he was questioned at
the Tenth Precinct, he said he had raid
out his last penny to a Washington hotel
Wednesday night. He said he left home
with SO three weeks ago. and has since
Islted 8t. Paul. Chicago. Buffalo. Niag
ara Falls, New Tork, and this city.
His father Is Joseph Reynolds, an offi
cial of the Canada and Northern Rail
road. Elmer said. The lad stated that he
had left home only because he wished to
TEST WATER RULING.
Raisins of Rates to Be Fouaht Ont
The District Commissioners were jes
terday cited by Justice Wright to show
cau'e August 5, why a temporary In
junction should not be Issued to pre
vent the cutting off of water from pre
mises 1003 C Street Northeast, owned
and occupied by 'William 8. Bransom.
This suit, filed by Mr Branson, will
test the legal right of the District Com
missioners to Increase water rates, as
directed In an order Issued September
30, and made effectle July 1 Branson
refused to pay SS 30, which Includes the
Increase ordered, whereupon the water
was shut off from his premises. He de
clares that he tendered S1.S0 to Charles
C Rogers, collector of taxes, but It was
refused, a demand for 35.30 being made
by the official Bransom contends that
the Commissioners hae no power to
Increase arbitrarily the water rates, as
It Is expresly provided b law that the
charge shall only be Urge enough to
create a fund for the management, main
tenance and repair of the water plant
Plaintiff claims that the old rate Is
ample to produce such a fund, and that
there Is no neceslt for enlarging the
Vot Georsre Jackson,
Detect! Cox went to Canton, Md , yes
terday, and Inspected a colored man sus
pected of being George Jackson, wanted
here on a charge of having murdered
Charles Brooks, colored, at N Street and
Delaware Aenue Southwest, two weeks
ago Detecthe Cox reported that the
man at Canton Is not tho man wanted
here The suspect at Canton sae his
name as William H. Wesley It is said
he was armed with a reioher when ar
rested. Hotel 3Ian Arralrrned.
Charged with maintaining uncleanly
premises, Jacob D. Stein, proprietor of
the Howard House, 600 Pennsylvania
Aenue Northwest, was Brought before
the Police Court yesterda). Stein told
Judge Pugh that the uncleanly and un
wholesome condition of the hostelr was
due to the recent flooding of the place
b heavy rains He was released on his
Street Cor Tilts Wagon.
A Washington Railway and Electric
Company street car collided with a deliv
ery wagon, of the Fraxee-Potomac Laun
dry Company. In Massachusetts Avenue,
between Third and Fourth Streets North
east. Yesterday. The wagon was dam
aged, but no one was Injured
Roy Bitten by Dorr.
Earl Hope. seen years old, was bitten
In the upper lip yesterday afternoon by a
dog, while playing In" Sixth Street South
west His wound, which was slight, was
treated at Emergency Hospital, after
which the bos" was taken to his home.
612 Sixth Street Southwest.
Tot lilt by Street Cnr.
Virginia Roach, two years old, was
knocked down by a street car of the Co
lumbia Line at Fourteenth and H Streets
Northeast jesterday afternoon, and pain
fully Injured. She was taken by her
mother to their home, at 1131 H Street
Gigantic Clearance Sale of
Men's Summer Clothing
Factory Surplus of N. Snelienburg & Co., Phila., Pa.
Values that Cap the Climax ot Sensational Low Selling!
The wonderful array of all-eclipsing values offered In this sale of men's summer clothing emphasizes
that this Is the greatest event of the entire season. New lots have been brought forward for to-day's selling,
with prices dropped to a level never before touched on clothing of such reliable quality and superior style.
Hundreds of men's and young men's suits are affected by this sweeping reduction sale It's an emphatic,
forceful bargain event of vital Interest to every clothing buyer within reach ot the Frledlander store. The
alues demand your quick response.
MEN'S COOL SUMMER CLOTHES
Alpaca. Serge, and Silk Coats, sold regu- 4 7C
larly at 15 00 nnd J6 00 , .I3
Men's Outing Trousers, $3 00 1 CB
Light-weight Mohair Coats, sold regularly 1 It
at J100 1.13
Lustrous Silk Mohair Coats, sold regularly i at)
at 6 00 and 37.00 ).
Fancy Striped Scrgo Pants, sold regularly u
at 35 00 pair
White Duck Pants, cuff bottoms; sold reg- a aa
ularly at 32 00 pair .!
Tan color Khaki Pants, sold regularly at na
32.00 pair I
Men's $15 and $20 Blue Serge Suits, fully Guaran
teed. All Sizes from. 35 up to 48
DOWN IN PUCE
Men's Suits of Prieatley's Craven
etted English Mohair, worth
j:0 00, for W.T3
Young Men's Suits of Priestley's
Cravenetted English Mohair,
worth J1S00. for T.So
Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits in all shades and
rHIEiVkMllVEiIl DiTVQi 9th &E
South American Government to
Make Later Report on Putnmayo
Atrocities Than Expected.
OFFICIAL ON WAY TO DISTRICT
That Peru has put aside her plan of
h-nlnc a commission report hj Jul 3 a
definite programme for the preentlon of
further atrocities against the Indians In
the Putumajo rubber district ai learned
Instead. Peru Is sending Dr. Romulo
Paredes to the Puturaayo district with
Instructions to make a second lnvestlra
tlon into conditions, and report, with rec
ommendations, before January. 1,1112. Dr.
Paredes Is well equipped for this task.
hains: spent several months In the Putu
majo district last J ear H ordered the
rrest of many agents or tno ruDoer
company, accused of committing atroci
ties against the Indians. Dut. it is statea.
the chancing of Judges at a critical mo
ment preented mans conlctiong being
The American agent, Stewart Fuller,
will hae preceded Dr. Paredes Into the
Putumajo b manj weeks, and his report
will hat e reached the Washington author
ities before that of Dr. Paredes Is com
municated to the Lima gojernment. Dr.
Paredes, In his previous report, conflrroed
the charges of Sir Roger Casement. Urlt-
Ish Consul General
Tno Goternmenta Co-operate.
Eldences of the co-operation betwfen
the United States and Great Britain In
regard to the Putumajo atrocities wre
found In correspondence between the two
goernments made public here yesterday.
Following the lslt of Sir Roger Case
ment to Washington la't January. Sir
Edward Grej cabled Ambassador Brjce
at Washington as follows
I told the United States charge
d'affaires to-day how pleased I was that
Mr. Knox was readj to take the action
at Lima which he proposed as reco-ded
In jour telegram (the appointment of a
special United States consul at iquitos.
which has been done)
Phillips said it was a question of
humanitj. and I observed that indeed
this was our only motive In the matter.
It was most gratifying and encouraging
to hear of the action Mr. Knox proposed
Sir Roarer Casement also had told me
of the sympathy with which he had been
received at Washington, and how whole
heartedly Mr. Huntington Alison nau
sDoken to him I was telegraphing to
jour xcellency to saj that our Minister
would be Instructed o co-operate with
his United States colleague at Lima. I
should meanwhile supend my decision
as to the publication of the papers I
thought publication would eventuallj be
necessarj- to rreent the recurrence of
this deplorable -tate of affairs, but I
should not take the decision to publish
the papers without consulting Mr. Knox
Excn.es for Pern.
On February 23. the English Foreign
Office cabled Ambassador Brjce that It
felt convinced that nothing would be
done by the existing government of Peru,
nnd that it was felt no progress would
be made In the matter without publicity.
Ihe American State Depirtment con
curred In the proposal to give the Case
ment report publicity, but In a noe by
Acting Secretary Wilson, some excuse
was offered for Peru as follows:
'I fcl the strongest regret that the
Peruvian government has not been abl
to put Into effect reforms to safeguard
the Interests of Its native population.
but I cannot doubt altogether tho sin
cerity of th Lima government In ex
pressing Its desire and purpose or ear
ning out these reforms"
Bnll Game on Eieiimlon.
A baseball game between teams rep
resenting the Navy Yard and Bureau of
Engraving and Printing will be the prln-'
clpal feature of tho excursion to Mar
shall Hall, to be given bj Columbia
Lodge, No. 171, International Association
of Machinists, next Saturdaj An In
teresting programme of athletic events
has been arranged. The committee in
charge of the outing is compoed ot S
A. Stratton. chairman; P. V Hall. Ed S
Nussear, W. M. Morton. J. W. Schwen't.
and J. O. Montague
For breaking In new shoes a Pennsjl-
vanlan has patented a motor-driven ma
chine which moves their soles up and
down as they are held against a plat
Hen's $10.01 Suits
Mei's $12.00 Suits
Men's $13.50 Suits
Men's $15.00 Suits
Men's $16.50 Suits
Men's $11.00 Suits
Men's $20.00 Suits
Men's Summer Wearables Cut
Men's Silk pilose, EOc value.... 3Se
Men's Elastic Lisle Suspen
Odds and ends In Men's Un
Men's Neglige Shirts, sizes 1
to 184: excellent value 4Tc
Special sale of Men's Fine
Shirts 1150 alue sSe
Sale ot Men's Oxford Shoes,
values up to J3 00 (1.89
Best Brand Hams,
Boneless Bacon. -1 C
per lb IOC
Small Picnic Shoulders. 10
per lb lfcC
5 10c-Packages Gold Medal )C-
Oats for fcwC
5 10c-Packages Eagle Brand 0r
Macaroni or Spaghetti .... fcwC
1420 7th Street N.W.
andJ.T. D. Pyles9 Other Stores
; gfe.- f
THE ALLEGHANY INN
Now open. An Ideal place to spend yonr summer vacation Modern brick
and stone structure, on the main line ot the beautiful Chesapeake and
Ohio Railroad Excellent train service; easy of access, all amusements,
fine tennis courts, first-class saddle horses large open swimming pool,
garage, excellent table, good service, refined patronage. Write for booklet.
Alleghany Improvement Company,
J. TV. Rowland, Treasurer. George D. De Shields, Manager.
Information at Cafe Repvibllque
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones L 1104-2774
Night Phone L 1125
Illustrators and Designers
Wubingion Pest Eld. M. 673.
"QUALITY AND SPEED"
Xfr4,C frC 3fr X &
For signaling- purposes a pocket flash
light has been Invented with Interchange,
able colored lenses, mounted on the end
bf a movable arm.
IN THE SALE
. . . $6.48
. . . S 7.48
. . . $8.48
. . . $9.00
. . $10.00
BIC SATURDAY SAVINGS ON
Boys' Fancy Casslmere Suits,
sizes 7 to 17 years; regular 53 SO
and 1100 values at 1.83
Boys' Fancy Casslmere Suits, doable-breasted
style; sizes 7 to 17
years Regular J5 value at....3.43
Boys' Navy Blue fast color Serge
Suits. Norfolk and plain models:
sizes 7 to 17 years. Regular
16 00 value at .00
quality at one-half price.
and C and O. OfSces. Ask Mr. Foster
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
On ocran trout. cIom to til attraction!: e
pad!?, 1 0OX Tb location, larj rooms, and open
aorraazsdicca have ratatlished tbla aa t& most
comfort a bla hotel for tfce aummet. AD batha np
plitd wttii mm aod trvsb water, raining wattr la
curat roam 1 ; tpacicua prcmesad t craodaa oiwr
loofcirg th famous boardwalk. Orchrstra. TL1&
class restaurant. American and toropeaa plan.
A. S. RUKETSER. Mgr. JOEL HILLMAN. Prss!
TAritY. SuO Writ fr booklet
COOPtJl & LEEDS Owners acd Fror.
lrciaia Ave. and Beach. -Mitotic Cltr. X J
Private baths, elevator; muale. $1150 up weeklj.
&AM LEI ELLIS.
MkMcan ate. Dear Beach. arctr tSX. Eren
modem cocTenieuca aod comfort. Piirat tt&s; j
r Btarh: Uthlnt fnxa hall
Special July Rates
$1.50 DAILY $8.01 IP WEEKLY
Homelike, select, lair airy rooms, jrtrata batha.
Ma Id talced our recitation for bounteoaslj anrrtitd
UWa II years. Booklets. MRS M. A. SMITH
REASONABLE BATES J. B. GORMLET.
nraililock. Height, Md.
Vow open under new management; ctwtr reno-
ilea ana iwinii
lnted; auto saraj attached. LOGO fset
abov sea let el
Addreaa Fred Oajten. Uxr- BniUTt Halifctfc Hi
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