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THE EVENING-. TIMS:SA3PURDM,CStOVEMBERp 23 1893.
Weather . N
.Bureau says rain or snow today, but if it is fair
tomorrow you and the boys will want to wear- your new clothes.
Come to us today, and whatever is lacking1 to complete your outfit
can be supplied in a few minutes better and more satifactarily than
any one else in town can supply you," for. here yau have the big
gest and best variety of
Men's Suits, , . -
" Overcoats, , , -
Boys' Suits, t '
Men's and Boys' Hats,
" " Shoes,
Furnishings of all kinds.
All at lowest possible prices for like qualities, and your
money back if you arc not satisfied with your purchase.
ROBINSON, CHERY& CO.,
12th and F Sts. 5xl?sIte
THE LAST CONSIGNMENT
of the immense Hazel ton stock which we bought at the
sheriffs sale in New York, has just reached us. This lot
was in the hands of the tailors, in course of .manufacture,
when the firm assigned. When we bought the stock we
gave orders to have all the suits and overcoats made up
in first-class st-le regardless of expense. Today
we start an immense slaughter of them at
40c. ON THE DOLLAR.
Suits and Overcoats for less than material cost.
Prices no object.
Will bay a
less than the cloth cost, ana tuts statement ocars us out.
Don't fall and ask. to be sliovrn theso suits, as they are wonderful bargains.
Mens Clay Worsted Suits )0.ob
Youn: .Men's Double and ( Q kft
Singlo Breasted Sutts ) J.tU
t9W Men's Stills (or )4.UD
12 Men's Ci'simere Suits for . 3,1111
tSToune Men's Suits for.... $J.oU
90 Men's Overcoats, Melton, CO CO
Jir imported uenjama urer
coats 15 French Mack Cheviot
110 Oxlord Mixed Overcoats..,
S15 Irish Krcize Ulsters, SO
Inches long, made In flrst-
A Few Specialties for Saturday.
" In Our Hat and Underwear Department
Our Cl SO latest ctyle Derby at J 1 ,UU
Our g! SO latest style Fedora ff I flfl
Our (5.00 latest style Silk Hat i
Our tl,50 Double-breasted
THESE PRICES FOR
H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO.,
Ninth and E Streets N. W.
e 0q s
picked out your Suit and Overcoat
yet ? Those 800 Suits and 1,200 Overcoats,
which our factory at 185 Market St., New
ark, N. J., recently shipped to us, are going
very rapidl-. The prices make them go. We
bought the cloth at a bargain, and we pay no
middleman's profits, so we can afford to sell
They are made up with our usual care, and
the stylish Dyrenforth cut is very evident in
Get your pick of them before your size has
Factory, 1 85 Market
FREE TODAY I
Today -we give away to every purchaser of 75c worth
or more, their choice of a handsome French China Cup and
Saucer or Cream Pitcher.
Cedar Wash Tubs 6Sc-TBe
Regular price, $1 and $1.25.
Best quality Zinc Wash
Regular price, 2Gc.
Mrs. Tott's cold handle Sad
Irons; 3 in. set
Regular price, $1.19.
Crystal Water Goblets, per
Regular price, 2Bc.
Japanned Coal Hods.. .
Eegular price, 23c.
10 patterns each,
Regular price, 25c.
Decorated ChanibT Bets.
English china $1.42
Regular price, $2.29.
Decorated English China
Dinner Sets, G stjles.. ..$4.T6
Regular price, $0.98.
Japanese Dust Pan and .
Regular price, '25c.
Best quality Clothes
Universal Housefurnishing Co.,
4 512 Ninth StreeLN. W. S
Brst-cloKS Cassimero Suit, any size and a selec
tion ot 10 styles to select trom. Toe ciotn in tnts suit
cust 73c per yard. You Lnow It takes six yards to make
tho suit, which Is H.50, but ire promise to sell you goods at
Men's Black and Blue Pure ff f1
Uool Cheviot Pants 4M.UU
Mens Edwnra ii arris' laui
Sairycr'sCasslmera Fants .... bZ.UO
Men's Casslmere Pants .Pl.uU
' Children's Clothing.
Corduroy Knoo Ol
Children's Strictly all-wool
Children's Deep Cape Over
SI. 3 5
titO Children's Suits
13.00 Children's Suits .
Our ?1 SO Lined Buckskin
OurJOeOilTauccd Wool Lined
Our tLW Wool Lined Kid
All -wool Shirt
621 Penn. Ave.
Street, Newark, N. J.
Handsome mirror front Wall
Pocketsw .. 38c
Regular price, 98c.
Granite Iron covered Slop
Regular price, $2.00. -
Sets, 50 pieces $2,27 jk
Regular price, $3.98.
1,00,000 Paper Novels, all
Regular price, 10c.
Large Willow Clothes Ham
pers, with foot
Regular price, $1.09.
Pettljolin's Breakfast Food..
Corn, .Peas, Beans, per can-
Best Sussex Co. Tomatoes,
Best Boasted Coffee
Ferlino or Soaplne.
Best quality Olelno Soap, 7
cakes for ..
Smallpox Hospital May Not Be
Put in Use for a Year. '
DE. WOODWARD'S DISCOVERY
Strqiig riim by One of tlio Promoters
of tlio Ico 1'nlnce I'roject Building
.Regulations l'rohlblt It Dlfflcolty
" With the Opening of Tlilrty-hCveutu
Strict It MuHt Ho Delayed. y
The smallpox hospital, tlio great need for
which -was exemplified last winter, and for
tlie contraction of nlilch $18,000 tvas
appropriated at tliclast session of Co ngrcss.
will bu completed in about a month. It
cannot be available for use for several
months, and may not be for u jcar. This Is
Tor lack of an appropriation for furnishing
the building and Tor the erection of a bath
house, a stable, and a mortuary.
He a! I h Officer Woodward, when asked
about the matter, said cases of smallpox.
It they should occur, would be sent to the
same quarters occupied last year. Thee are
described as dismal In the cjtrerae, almost
enough in their on conditions to produce
In case of epidemic additional proIs
lons would be made. Dr. Woodward said
he had intended to ask an appropriation of
about $15,000 for the full equipment of the
new building and for bathroom, stable,
and murmur), but hadnsked thatthe mat
ter be referred to the building Inspector's
office for plans before attempting to fix
Building inspector lirndy said this morn
ing that w ork on the plans bad not been be
gun. The special needs at the hospital rind
illustration in the bathroom needed. It Is
furtive In discharging patients, and will be
a separate building. It will consist of three
rooms, one in which inpatient to be dis
charged will disrobe, the next and central
room for bathing mint thoroughly, so as
to be rid of etcryuosMliIccliance of carrying
infection to the next room, where the out
golngpatlent dresses for return to his home.
ICE PALACE I'ROJECT.
lion. StiNnn llutihlns called on the Com
missioners this morning in regard lo the
proposed establishment In Coimntion Hall
of a skatiog rink and lev palace as told by
The Times. lie urged that while lech
niculiy the building regulations eiMtle
Mr. Gattis' protest to consideration there
Is really not so much objection to the
proposed boilers us to those already In use.
The project on foot Is to flood Ihe main
floor of Contention Hall every day und
freeze tho water so as to nuke a great
artificial skating pond, 100x300 feet In
area. This Is larger titan the hlmllar place
in successful operation In I'ittsburg, where
about $500,000 has been spent upon the
The freezing of the water on the rink floor
is to bu aecoiuplUhed by putting In dose
together u series ot eight floors, between
wbkh will be run a network ot pipe,
08,000 feet in all, for the i-unt eyani-o ot
ammonia. The rapid evaiwr-ulon ot the
ammonia will draw off the heat front the
water, changing It Into Ice.
In order to carry out this gigantic freez
ing oiwratlon it will benecetsary to put in
a iHjvrerful sltam engine. This is to lie
located in a building just south ot the Na
tional Guard Armory and east of -Com ca
tion Hall, 40x00 feet In dimensions. The
structure n ill be upon ground now owned
by Mr. llutchtns and bis associates in the
ownership of the hall and of Northern Lib
It is now said to be a gathering place
for street gamins, who are a nul-ance lo
the market people Tke boilers will be lo
cated at the northeast corner ot the struct
ure, and, therefore, Mr. Halchlns urged
upon the Commissioners, really further from
Mr. Gattis' residence on the other side ot
K street than are the boilers ot the five
ton ice plant now located in the southwest
corner ot the armory and used to supply
the market with Ice.
8U11 he admitted the corner of the pro
posed big brick building, farthest from
the boilers, would be within the ninety
fe-ct prohibition from Mr. Gattis house.
He thought, however, that the fact that
lie and others had put $150,000 lniprove
ninta nn tills souare In place of the lum
ber yard and undesirable buildings pre-
Viously there, ougnt to wcigu sui mu
technical objection of the neighbors. .
DROPPED FOR THE PUEbENT.
The effort ot the Commissioners to open
Thirty seventh street In Georgetown has
been temporarily bloeked. It will require
additional legislation to enable them to
Into Georgetown from the country Inde
pendent ot the road oexMpied by the trolley
car lKjlcs and track. The Tenleytown road
Jjst when It enters Georgetown becomes
very narrow and travel Is sometimes con
siderably Impeded. The opening ot Thirty
seven!.: finucout In that road would have
relieved this conditijn, and for that rea
son a special bill was got throjgh Congresa
independent of the general street cxten
Proceedings r.ir condemnation were be
gun, bat Mr. William A. Gordon, who Is
interested la property to be taken, found
a flaw In the description of property in
tne act, and the government was defeated.
The Commissioners held a e-onultation
over the matter, and while no formtl deci
sion was reached, they were practically
agreed that the case would be dropped for
AS ACTKCSsASDSIS ET V .
Bt'innrknble Performance In Honor of
Mr. Ktly In London.
London, Nov. 23. The ninetieth anniver
sary of the birth of Airs. Kceley, formerly
tfic nrtwnrfi the veteran actress, was
m.,.in iii.nfifin -pst,nlav of an unlnue
afternoon reception at the Ljccum Theater.
The Queen had taken a oox, ami sue sene
members of her household to the recep
tion. A host ot notable people was pres;
cnt. Included In the number were the
Duke of Ucaufort, Lords Knutford, Roths
child, Ronald Cower "and Glcnesk, and
The curtain rising disclosed the best
known members of the profession, who had
gathered to honor the aged actress. In the
center of the stage there was a pjramld of
n-h n.i,ifo.h,lrn fra TTeelev w.is snn-
ported by Mrs John Wood, who made a
speech, wnicn was respouue-u u, uj jiio.
Kelley in a marvelouslj clear voice, which
carried each word to thtxemotest corner
of the house.
In the course of her reply airs. Aceiey
recalled incidents o f the past seventy j ears.
Tremendous enthusiasm was manifested.
Mr3. Keeley is a good water-color artist
and a line pianist, and sings better than
many of ber Juniors..
St ranee Scries ot Mlslinps Attending
Victoria Rcjcent Journey.
London, Nov. 22VXn unusual series
of Incidents occurred during the queen's
recent Journey from Balmoral to Windsor
Castle. First, her majesty's favorite col
lie dog was killed on the railway.
As the Princess Louise was boarding
the train at Aberdeen she missed the step,
of the coach and fell, and crawled into
the carriage on her hands and knees.
Next, the pilot engine, whlcn always
precedes the royal train, was. In some man
ner, thrown from the rails, and this ac
clden t caused a long delay.
After arriving -at Windsor Castle Iter
majesty went out driving and came near
running over a bicyclist. The latter, in
a manner common to many riders of the
wheel, was not looking where he was
going, and Jammed his machine into the
wheels of the queen's carnage.
The bicyclist was slightly injured.
Her majesty stopped to inquire as" to the
extent of his Injuries, and expressed her
self as greatly pleased that the accident was
not more serious.
Caught nr a Pawnshop.
John Harris, a young colored man, was
arrested today by Detectives Wcedon and
Borne and locked up at the Sixth pre
cinct statlonhouse on suspicion of larceny.
Be was caught while attempting to pawn
a velvet fur-trimmed coat at a pawn shop.
51'4 9th St.N. W.
Openxintil 10 p. m.
In For a full boi of Washington
"cue cigars, i- in nox; a guoa
bujokc. uaturuay ouiy lye-.
On For a Gentleman's Linen Fln
Ou lsbetl Handkerchief, extra size fast
color border; worth 12 l-2u Sat
. urday only 3c.
On Gentlemen's All-wool, Natural or
3U Camel's Hair fihlrts or Drawers;
' worth 91 each. Saturday only -IUl.
7 1Q For a pair of Gentlemen's Extra
2g Heavy Hocks, guaranteed fast
black, and stainless: worth 10c
pair. Saturday only 7 i--e.
For a Gentleman's Extra Quality
Laundered White Shirt, all sizes;
Regular 75c. quality. Saturday
For the best 4-nly Linen Collars,
all the latest shapes; 15c. Qual
ity. Saturday only Oc.
Pair for Gents' Good Elastic Sus
lienders; regular 20c kind. Sat
urday only Be.
5l4 9thSt. N.W.
Solid Oak. and- Mahogany Fin-
ishrr-30x20 top with under-shelf
brass clawfeet An excep
tionally finely made table. The
usual price is $3.50 Our Price,
MTDLOVT'S CASE BEFORE HIM.
PrcHldcnt Agnln Coiwlderlue It and
tilt? Outlook 1m Unfavorable.
Commander Ludlow's case has again
gone to the White IIouM.'.for action, and
the general opinion, is that the President
will stand by his former decision and de
cline to promote Ludlow, who has been
given two hearings tefore naval boards,
both of which lune recommended his ad
vancement. At the second hearing the commander Is
understood to have endeavored to explain
anay his predicament by utertlng that
when he niade his last report on Kperry's
case he was mentally Incompetent to
give a correct estimate of It.
This statement Is believed to have In
jured his case and to tunc put him in a
position where It will not be pos'tblc for
the President to promote him. In this
ecat he will remain at the head of the
commanders' grade and be deprhed of
furtheradvaocenient in the navy.
There is another case before the Presi
dent which will also attract much at
tention that of Medical Director Kersh
ner, who was court-martialed last May and
found guilty and sentenced lo dismissal.
There Is a possibility that the President
may mitigate the sentence and naval of
ficers are hoping that some action may be
taken shortly, so that promoUons may
not be hampered.
MEXEUS SENT TO JAIL.
Ho TVH1 Await a Jury Trial for In
Bultlng Women on the Street
George Meyers, thirty years old, was ar
raigned In tlie police court before Judge
Kimball this morning, on a serious charge.
The man wasarrested last night by Police
man Lynch of the Sixth precinct on com
plaint of two young ladles who werepasslng
along H. street, between First and North
Capitol streets, about 10 p. m.
Meyers emerged from the shadow of an
alley as tlie two young ladies fverc passing,
and approached them. One of the ladies
shrieked and fain tedaway,andlt wassome
time before she recovered. Tbe screams of
her sister brought rescuers, and the man
war chased through tho alley. Some one
blew a police whlstleandLynch wasqulckly
on Uie scene. With the aid of a citizen he
pulled Me) ers front-under a pile of lumber
where he had taken refuge, and landed him
at the station.
One of the young ladles appeared In the
police court this morning, but, through an
attorney, Meyers" demanded a Jury trial
and the case went over until next Tuesday.
He was sent to Jail to awattrtrlaL
OlM'rtliitlngH nr Auction Tonight.
The very successful sale ot choice oil
paintings, which lias been held at the art
salesrooms of Walter B. Williams, Ten'h
and Pennsylvania avenue northwest, during
,the week, will be continued this, Saturday,
evening, when se eral of the choicest pieces
In the collection will be offered. It Is
seldom that such a fine opportunity to
secure excellent oil paintings at remarka
bly lowprieeslscn joyed by Washlngtonlans,
for Mr. B- Scott, jr., who conducts the sale,
will offer any picture without re'sene.
The salesroom will be open all day. The
sale commences at 8 o'clock p. in.
Fleas- of tlie'Prisoners.
Arraignments were made and pleas cn
tered In criminal court No. 2 before Justice
Cox today as follows:
James D. Varnay, on charge of perjury;
plea not guilty.
Edward Lane, alias "Chinese" Lane,
larceny from the person; plea not guilty.
LetUe Brown, assault with Intent to kill;
plea not guilty.
.John! Boblnson, grandlarceny plea of
guilty, and sentenced to Albany penltenti-aryvfcrr-a'perrodoMifteenjuonths.
boy is but 17 years old.
TACKLE PUTER PULLED
Exponent of Georgetown's New
Game in Police Court.
TOO MOIST FOR THE CITIZENS
Emma Griffin, After a Duy's Absence,
Goch Back to the Workhouse Con
rad SplegerV Deotlon Were of a
Profane Character Greek Candy
Boys raid for a Fist Fight.
A light docket Is the rule In Judge Kim
ball's court nowadays, and this morning
was no exception. Only about a dozen
prisoners partook of Policeman Flynn's
breakfast ot eggs, , rolls, and coffee, and
as a consequence his honor wound up pro
ceedings at a very early hour-
The boys in Georgetown have discovered
a new game suitable to tbe hardy youths
.of that thriving Ullage, and one of its ex
ponents was In tbe police court this morn
ing. It Is called "Georgetown Tackle,"
and Is fouball wlthojt any ball. LoulsLuca
was the player who went Into the game
with so much enthusiasm that the police had
"What is this nu.w game you are playing
In Georgetown now?" asked Judge Kimball.
"It's Just like football, Judge, only
we don't hao any bill."
"it's a pretty noisy game. Isn't It?"
"Yes, sir, we make a good deal of noise."
"Well, it Isu't a proper game to be
played In the streets," said Judge Kimball.
"Will yon promise to quit It?"
"Then I'n impose a fine and suspend
"Do I get my collateral back, Judge?"
"Walt until the clerk takes your per
sonal bonds, and the ballirt "ill return
POCKETED niS COLLATEKAL.
Luca listened very attenUvely while the
clerk informed him that be was indebted
to the Blstrict of Columbia in the sum of
$100, etc., and then, after pocketing bis
collateral 1th e Ident satisfaction, wended
his way back to Georgetown.
Emma Griffin left the workhouse yester
day evening, and celebrated her return
to the bosom of her friends last nlgbt by
getting very disorderly 'In an alley In the
southwest. Policeman Marshall took
her In. and Informed the court-that the
language she used was something too hor
rible e en for a policeman to say.
"Dat man ain't telUn' de truf. Judge,"
declared Emma, Indignantly. "I was
walking trough de alley an' some niggah
man In front ob a stable cussed me, an'
said I'd Iwtter go back to de workhouse.
I called him a black ape, but I didn't
cuss a word."
You got out of the workhouse yesterday,
"Yes. sah. Judge; an' If you lets me off
dls time I'll leave de city dls very day."
"live dollars fine," and Emma will
linger for fifteen more weary days in the
resort on the banks of the Eastern Branch.
Conrad Pplegcr, an old German, was
arretted at a church social, charged with
being drunk and disorderly. The col
ored watchman at the church had him ar
retted. "Ob cose dey looks to me to keep order,,
so I goes to dls man, an' I finds him on
his knees, clappln' his hands while de
ladles Is slngin'. I tells him to go out
and he says 'Walt till I git through praj
in'. I lets him pray an ilea 'en I want
him to go out, he got to tussln' an
swearln'. So I told do officer about
ASKED FOR PARDON.
"What have you to say to this charge?''
asked Judge Kimball.
"Whatever your honor proposes to do.
Do as you mind wld me, only forgif me."
"Five dollars fine."
Louis Knight and Teter Brown, Greek
candy bos, were arrested by Policeman
Dodge, ofthe First precinct, while engaged
In a Curbctt-Fitzslmnions mill on Pennsyl
vania avenue. In the center of a ring of
admirers. Through their Interpreter they
pleaded not guilty.
"De figbta in fun: no angry," said the
Interpreter to the officer's statement
"They had broken one of thecandy boxes
up, spilled the candy all over the street
and were smashing each other In the face.
It might have been In Iud, but it didn't
look like it," said Dodge.
"If they were In fun vihy did they spill
"They say they no breaka de box an
spina da candy."
"Well, I'll take the officer's word for
that," said the court.
"Da boys Is fresh: only been here a little
time; uo understand," said the Interpreter
"I know that, but they mustn'tflght on
the streets" said the Judge. "Thej can
pay a flue of $3 each""
HANNltJAN WlLl. GO FREE.
Vouiik Man's Ite-nKOU Is Rapidly Re
turning: Since Acqulttdl.
New York. Nov. 23. Since his acquittal
Dald F. Hannlgan haslmproedtosuchnn
extent that It Is belles ed only a short con
finement In an asylum will be necessary to
restore him to his right mind.
At present he is resting quietly In the
Tombs, apparently a sane man. Hisappe-ar-ance
and general bcanug show a marvel
ous change during the night. While the
trial was In progress his voice was weak
and seemed as if it would break at any
moment; but this morning, though he spoke
in low tones, his voice had tbe ring or con
fidence In it, while his eyes expressed life
H.-innlMn's counsel will probably allow
him to be committed to.un Insane instltu
Uon and then sue out a writ of habeas
corpus and ask for his release on Uie ground
Uiat he is now sane. Arrangements for the
funeral ot his father baveuot yet been made;
it Is thought it will take place tomorrow.
Almost the minute that the foreman ot
the jury declared Hannlgan not guilty
Thursday night the aged father of the
prisoner closed his eyes in death. Dur
ing tlie last few days ot the long-drawn-out
trial, old Mr. Hannlgan, worn out by his
daughter's dl'grace and the strain of
waiting for his son's fate, has been grad
He died Thursday night before news of
the verdict could reach him. David was
sent In custody of a deputy sheriff to see
his father, but he arrived too late. The
verdict was announced at ll:10rthe elder
Hannlgan died at 11:10 o'clock.
rornLAR Spanish marquis.
Banqueted at Madrid on Account of
Madrid, Nov. 23. A crowded meeting of
the Union Club was held last evening, at
which It was decided to tender a banquet
to the Marquis Canibrinana, whose charges
against certain municipal officers of using
their positions for their private advantage
created so much excitement yesterday.
Subscriptions of money are being solicit
ed toward defraying theexponsesof any llt
lgatlon arising from the charges madeby tho
The money is being raided by the friends
of Uie marquis, and tho subscriptions are
limited to fifty ccntesinios (half a franc)
A public demonstration will be lit Id to
morrow, at which the resignation of (he
municipal council will he demanded.
"seaboard Air Lino to Atlanta Exiwitl
tlon. Seaboard Air Line, operating thcAUnnta
Special, leaving at 8.40 p. ra., furnishes
the best service for Atlanta travel. Tick
ets sold today and tomorrow, account of
Manhattan Day observance, as well as every
Tuesday and Thursday during the fxihmI
Uon, at $14 for tho round trip.
DO XOTJ TI11XK THAT TAX-PAYERS
SHOULD GO INTO DEBT FOR
A NEW SYSTEM OF SEWERAGE
AND FOR STREET EXTENSION
AND IMPROVEMENTS INSIDE
THE CITY PROPER?
DO YOTJ THINK THAT TAX-PAYERS
SHOULD GO INTO DEBT FOR
STREET EXTENSION AND IM
PROVEMENTS OUTSIDE THE
- 1. 1.
1 Storm Rubbers
1 At 39c.
B TODAY we shall sell all day women's first
Q quality Storm Bubbers at 39c, but this offer is for
H today only.
OME PAIR ONLY TO 1 PURCHASER.
j We make this remarkable offer in order to attract
J! your attention to the great clearance sale of shoes which
iO is sweeping; evcrythinp; before it.
g3 GET YOURS QUICKLY.
. JgALAIS .ROYAL
i SHOE. DEPARTMENT.
C and Uth Streets. A. LISNER.
Blft POTATOES fl(Wl
TODAY AND MONDAY OUR PRICE FOR THE
FINEST NEW YORK POTATOES IS
3 BUSHELS FOR $1.00
On account of the tremendous business we are doing-,
we cannot promise to deliver them today, but we will
guarantee that you shall get them not later than Tuesdaj.
. J. T. D. PYLES.
STORES 412 4th Street S. E., Cor. 3d and -Md. Ave. '. E., 18 7th Street
N. E., 1004 7th Street W., Cor. Washington and
.Monro Streets, Anacostla.
for us to raise that
515.883.18. and we are
still a Ions way from hav
ing It. It won't beany fault
of ours If we don't get It;
we are making heroic
efforts selling excellent
clothing for next to noth
ing. Profit by our misfor
tune and help us out at the
same time; you will never
bo able to buy clothing
311 7th St. N.W.
We are soiling for (&S0 are a snr
prtse to the outer merchant. To
see them you would never think
ther were a cheap salt; there ia all
the style about them cf custom
I N.E. Cor. 7th and H Sts. N.W.
Quickly rellered and permanently
oy our procesa. ITome testimonials. Get
particulars Hours. 11-5
NATIONAL HERNIAL INSTITUTE,
Ohio National Bank Building;
that' all we ask yoa
to da It won't tafcc
you that our
ra the lowest that
have ever been
quoted In Wnshlns
ton foranythlnc and
everything to furn
lab a home
HB House & Herrmann,
ijyfcJ 017. 19. 921 and 923
SEVENTH ST. -636
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415 7th St. N.W.
2 lb. Package
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