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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1912.
WILL BE BURIED
w I I I ) ) -III
Aged Montgomery -County
u Resident -Prominent in
Republican Politcs, f
ROCKVILLE, Md., June 23. Funeral
services for "Wllllam C. Dwyer, one of
the best-known farmers of Wheaton
strict, this county, who died Friday
evening In a Washington hospital,
where he had been under treatment
several weeks, will be held at the home
of 'Mr. Dwyer'a son, Charles E. Dwyer,
at Glenmont, near Wheaton, at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning.
Mr. Dwyer was slxty-eelght years old.
He Is survived by his wife, a son and
daughter. He was a llfo-long resident
of his county and had lived many years
on the farm near Wheaton, which he
recently sold at a high price. For many
years he was prominent In Republican
William Hall, colorfed, was before
Judge Made In the police court here
yesterday on a charge of carrying a
concealed weapon, a razor being the In
strument he was charged with having
drawn from one of his pockets at a
gathering of colored people at Cterman
town a few evenings ago. He was com
t raltted to Jail to await the actlonof the
November grand Jury, he being unable
to furnish $160 ball.
The young lady members of the facul
ty of the Galthersburg High Schood
were entertained at luncheon yesterday
by Miss Hannah Jlnes, also a member
of the faculty, at her home In Washing
ton, those present being Misses Luclle
Welsh, Anna C. Pace, Corrle Devllblss
and Maude V. Broome.
The Florence Crittenden Auxiliary, of
Kensington, this county, has elected
officers to serve one year as follows:
President, Mrs. J. Philip Herrmann;
vice presidents, Mrs. Merrltt O. Chance
and Mrs. Arthur Hendricks; recording
secretary, Mrs. Alice Chapman; corre
sponding secretary, Mrs. A. M. Price;
treasurer, Mrs. Herbert Wright.
What is believed 'to be the highest
price ever paid for cattle in this county
was recently received by Thomas S.
Chlswell, of Dlckerson, who disposed of
a number of fine steers at 8 cents a
pjiund on the hoof.
George "Peter, eldest son of Judge Ed
ward C. Peter, of this town, has been
appointed to a position in the United
States Forest Service and has gone
South to enter upon his duties. f
Jefferson Eldredge BurgeBs. a well
known and respected citizen of Bethesda
district, this county, died yesterday-at
his home near Bethesda. aged seventy
four vears. He is survived by his wife.
who was before her marriage Miss Belle
Action, of Washington, and two sons
and a daughter. The funeral will take
place at 3 o'clock this afternoon from,
the Presbyterian Church at Bethesda.
Mr. Burgess had lived In this county
thirty-five years, coming here from his
native county of Prince George.
Mrs. A. I hear that it broke Mrs.
Glltrex's heart to have to get a di
vorce from her husband.
Mrs. B Then why did she do It?
Mrs C Because her new cook didn't
PAST MATRONS TQ
DO DEGREE WORK
Unique Meeting- Next Tuesday Evening in Anacostia Ma
sonic Hall Gare of To wn Flag Promises to Be-
come an Issue.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU.
ANACOBTIA. D.'T.. JUNE O.
Members of the Masonic fraternity
"h'ere are lnteres'ted "in the meeting that
has been arrangd by Electa Chapter,
No. 2, Order of the Eastern Star, for
Tuesday evening next In Anacostia Ma
sonic Hall. The meeting will be unique
In that past matrons of Electa Chap
ter will preside, filling the respective
stations, and performing the degree
work upon a number of candidates.
Sixteen past matrons of the chapter
will take part. Charles F. Roberts,
grand worthy patron, will fill the sta
tion of patron for the evening, while
Mrs. Cora F. Mayberry, a past matron,
will act as matron.
A. large choir will sing, social features
will have a place In the program, and
the assembly will be entertained In the
Contrary to report, C. H. Gilbert, of
Good Hope, who was granted a license
by the District commissioners a short
time ago to operate a line of automo
bile buses between Anacostia and Suit
land, Prince George county, Md., ex
pects to begin operations on July 1, or
soon thereafter. It will be an experi
ment largely with Mr. Gilbert, but If he
Is convinced that the traffic will war
rant It he will increase the number
of buses to be operated.
The route to be followed will be along
Good Hope and Bowen roads and Suit
land road, over the same ground as the
Suburban Railway Company proposes
to run with Its trolley line In the event
that Congress passes the bill granting
a charter to the company.
The care and maintenance of the
town flag' erected In Logan Park In An
acostia nearly a year ago promises to
become an Issue. Unfurled lth public
ceremonies on a large scale under the
Joint auspices of the Anacostia Citi
zens' Association and John A. Logan
Post, No. 13, G. A. R the big staff and
its banners were delivered by vote of
the Anacostia Citizens' Association at
its last meeting In the presence of Col.
A. B. Frlsble. commander of Logan
Post, to that poBt for future mainten
ance. The plea has gone forth now, how
ever, that Logan Post Is unable, with
out assistance, to maintain the town
flag properly, and a movement has beer,
started for a collection of funds with
which to assure the maintenance of
the flag and staff durlcg tht coming
3 ear. Another side to the question has
been presented for consideration by
several citizens, who bellevo that the
flag and staff, as they are located on
a United States Government reserva
tion, should be delivered to the care
of the War Department.
The plan of having stray cats round
ed up by the District Poundfiaster Just
as dogs are now captured has found
hearty support In the suburbs. That
the plan has not been put Into opera
tion his caused dissatisfaction among
One of the principal reaaons jslwn
for the favoring of the plan Is found
In the fact that the raising of fowls Is
seriously Interfered with by tho depre
dations of cats. Within the past week
a score of complaints have been regis
tered by chicken fanciers near Con
gress Heights over the raiding of their
poultry yards by big cats during the
These cats are declared to have lost
all resemblance to the usual type of
nouse cat. Living In the woods, they
have become half-wild, and they exhibit
an astonishing degree of ferociousness
wnen raiding a cnicnon yarn.
Residents of the suburbs claim that
thes6 cats, like the large number of
stray dogs, are brought In from Mary
land by country folk who desire to get
rid of them. They ore then dropped
rrom the wagon wnen it enters tne Dis
As before stated, the Anacostia Cltt
zens' Association anticipated the action
of the CommlRBtonerB In directing the
impounding or cats.
A hcrse and wagon .ir.d a motorcyclist
camn into collision last evening on Ala
bama avenue near the Garfield School,
and while neither driver nor rider were
badly Injured, the motorcycle was
wrecked and tne norse ana wngon were
badly damaged. The rider of the ma
chine was Albert G. Smith, who lives at
1936 First street northwest. John Thom
as, colored, was In charge of the horse
They were going In opposite direc
tions when the crash took place. Both
were thrown to the ground, but escaped
The Rev. Samuel K. Nweeya. Ph. D.,
a native of Persia, well known author
and lecturer, will speak In the Congress
Heights M. E. Church on Tuesday
night. His subject will be "Persian.
Life and Customs."
Miss Jane Ross, of the office force of
the Government Hospital for the In
sane, has gone to Cold Spring Harbor,
N. T, where she Is attending a con
vention of specialists In the field In
which she Is the hospital's representa-y
EMPLOYES TO HOLD
Woodward & Lothrop Asso
ciation Goes to Marshall
George F. Graham Named
George F. Graham has been appointed
to the position of disbursing clerk to
the Interstate Commerce Commission,
effective on July 1, 1912, to succeed H.
S. Mllstead, who relinquishes his duties
as disbursing clerk on June 30, 1912.
Nadine Face Powder
( In Crttn Boxes Only. )
Makes the Complexion Beautiful
Soft and Velvety
It Is Pure,
Money Back if Not
The soft, velvety
mains until pow
der is washed off.
Purrfied by a new
Fin burn and return of dlscolorations.
he increasing popularity If wonderful.
White, Flesh, Pink, Brunette. By
toilet counters or mail. Price 50 cents.
MTIONAL TOILET COMPANY. ParU. Ttnm.
ATLANTIC CITY, N,,J.
Jo.lah White A Sons Compnnr.
(ABBimY PARK, N. J.).
402 4th ave. "White service; under tame
management; booklet.' I. J. RICHARDSON:
Ocean City, Aid.
OCEANIC and MT. VERNON HOTELS.
Ocean front and view; reasonable rates. First
tooked, belt served. J. D. SHOWELU
T TTOWfifiTi One-half block from beach.
JjUIWUUU Rooms large and airy.
Spacious porches, dinlnc room unexcelled.
Rates extremely moderato. Special rates to
parties MRS. McKENNY. Prop.
Is a Joy
The large number of renowned summer resorts, the superb hotels
the unrivalled beauty of the dlTerslOed panorama of lake, forest,
and- mountain scenes attest the appropriateness of Its sub-title,
"A Summer Paradise."
In .fast-trains protected by automatic block signals, Insuring the
highest degree of safety, or on the large steamers that ply Lake
George and Lake Champlaln, the tourist may go with ever-Increasing
pleasure from one resort to another Saratoga Springs with Us
famous hotels and waters, Lake George and Lake Champlaln, Au
Sable Chasm, the Yosemlte of the East, Westport, Lake Placid,
Lake Luzerne Schroon Lake, Ellzabethtown, and Keene Valley In
connection with stages and other favor.te Adirondack resorts.
Throughout this section are hotels which rank with the great
Metropolitan caravansaries In appointments. Space permits men
tion only of the two fireproof hotels. Ft. William Henry, at Lake
George, and Hotel Champlaln, at Bluff Point.
Prices for board, and many Interesting details regarding more
than 500 summer hotels and 1,000 boarding-houses located In this
northern resort section, are described in our illustrated guide
mailed gratuitously for 6 cents postage.
While prices vary greatly they are nowhere excessive. Accom
modations are obtainable at the larger houses from $25 per week,
and at smaller hotels and boarding houses the rates are as low as
$8.00 per week.
Adirondack waters, especially Lake George and Lake Champlaln,
with their forest tributaries and the many branches of the Hudson
River, offer great opportunities for anglers, and are annually
stocked by the State.
The D. & H., the shortest, quickest, and best line to Montreal,
maintains the highest standard of train service to Canada, to Lake
George and to the Adlrondacks. Through Pullmans from Grand
Central terminal. Direct connection at Albany and Troy with
Hudson River Steamer lines. A la carte cafe cars.
The serylce to Au Sable Chasm Is also arranged conveniently.
The season for visiting this wonderful natural attraction opens
The Htjuxv to Canata'i famoiu retorti. Convenient tralnt at all sours,
A new folder with Interesting historical maps mailed on request
Full summer train and steamboat schedules effective June 23.
N. Y. City Information Office,
1354 Broadway Phone 6688 Greeley.
Tickets and reservations at
all offices of N. Y. C. and W. S.
R.R.'s, Hudson River Steamer
Lines and tourist agencies in
Greater New York.
A. A. HEARD,
General Passenger Accent
ALBANY, N. Y.
The annual outlngof the Woodward
& Lothrop employes' relief associa
tion will be given at Marshall Hall
tomorrow night, and the association
will carry with It tho largest number
of members and friends It ever has
had on a similar excursion.
The Woodward & Lothrop store will
close at 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,
In order to glvo every employe an op
portunity to go on tho outing.
A boat will leavo for the river resort
In tho early afternoon. Tho largor
number of members of tho association,
will go on tho evening boat. A base
ball game will bo played In tho after
noon. Ernest E. Kennard Is chairman of the
excursion committee, and Thomas E.
Langley Is vice chairman. The mem
bers of tho committee nro: Clifton F.
Gray, Norman Scott, John F. Pyle,
Charles C. Darr, Ernest A. Cogan,
Frank A. Trodden, John J. Donovan,
Frank J. Neff, Frank L. Dove, Freder
ick A. Thornett, Clarence A. Venable,
Frank V. McMamara. John IT. Brahler,
Sidney Haas, Charles L. Taylor, Stuart
F. Thomson, John J. Flssell, and Will
iam F. Llmeberg.
I. Fronanl Is president of the asso
ciation. The other officers are: First
vice president, C. C. Helmlck; second
vice president, C. T. Baxter; recording
secretary, F. P. Scott; financial secre
tary, L. H. B. Robinette, and treas
urer, C. E. Davis, Members of the ex
ecutive committee are Mr. M. Johnson,
Miss J. Brayton, T. E. Jasper and M.
Forty in Russia
8T. PETERSBURG. June 23.-Forty
People were drowned and Immense
rroperty damage has been done by a
cloudburst over the district about
Vladikavkaz In Ciscaucasia, Russia, ac
cording to a dispatch received from
ihere today. Thirty miles of the track
of the Vladikavkaz between Bessla i
and 8yepkowsk were wnshed away, and
many buildings destroyed.
Vladikavkaz has an Impoitnnt mili
tary Etatlon. It llfs flft mllps north
of Moskow, and has a population of
more than 60,000.
AGED HUSBAND SAYS
WIFE IS BIGAMIST
Wilmington Man Swears Out War
rant, But Woman Cannot
WILMINGTON, Del., June 23. Isaac
C. Harrison, aged seventy. years,, .a re
tired Delaware county farmer, now a
resident in this city, has had a warrant
Issued for the arrest of hla middle-aged
wife, whom he married In Camden, N.
J., on last April, charging her with big
ami. The woman's maiden name is
Lucy Hall, but Harrison alleges -that he-
has just learned tnat she was a married
woman when she wed him, having mar
lied a man named Hemple, from whom
sho separated seven years ago. When
Harrison married the woman he pur
chased a neat home here and furnished
It In Bplendld style. '
Tho warrant has not yet been served,
the woman having heard of Harrison's.
Intentions and Is believed to have left
the city. Her parents reside at Elkton,
To Investigate Factory.
X cprnmitte of the Chamber of Com
merce, consisting of E. C. Graham,
Louis Witkowskl, Walter McDonnell,
and A. D. Prince will go to Sala
manca, N. T., tomorrow to Investigate a
silverware factory which may be
brought to Washington.
BERLIN, June 22 Lieutenant Falkww
hayn, of the German army avlatlfln
corps, was killed near Deeberlts yester
day, his machine crashing to earth"
from an altitude of,J50 feet during
aerial manuevcrs. The aviator lived
only a few moments after the accident.
Seeks "Dry" Plank.
nAiiTticnnw Tnn m xttittn. tt
Anderson, superintendent of the Mary-'
ana Anu-saioon ica:rue, saia met nignt
that he would try to have the Demo
crats Include a plank In their platform
advocating tho prohibition of shipments
of Ilqi'or Into dry States to be brought
about through the medium of the Inter
state Commerce Commission.
HER HANDS AND ARMS MADE
IN A SINGLE NIGHT
FREE PRESCRIPTION DID IT
Grace. Benson says: "Had anyone
told me such wonderful results could
be accomplished so quickly, I positively
would not have believed It. .My arms
and hands were covered with freckles;
my neck was dark and wrinkled from
the use of high collars; my hands were
tanned and the knuckles red.
All these defects were removed by
one application of a free prescription,
which 1 am pleased to glvo to any one.
It's Just as simple as It Is effective. Go
to any drug store and get an empty
two-ounce bottle and a one-ounce bot
tle of Kulux Compound. Pour the en
tire bottle of Kulux Into the two-ounce
bottle, add one-quarter ounce of witch
hazel and fill with water. Prepare
this prescription at your own home,
then you know you are getting It right.
Apply night and morning. '
It makes the skin soft and beautiful,
no matter how rough and ungainly
your hands and firms are. One ap
plication will astonish you. I have
given this prescription to thousands of
women and they ate all Just as enthusi
astic as I am. Try It on your neck
and shoulders and you will be agree
For Less Than Cost
In order to secure more room for our Victrola Department we
are closing out stacks of sheet musicstandard songs, duets, and
instrumental selections at less than actual cost.
Popular Songs, "Rags" Dance Music.
Classical, Semi-Classical and
If you don't play, buy a folio or two for a friend. Music
makes a good gift always. The leading publishing houses are
represented in this sale.
2c a Copy, 3 Copies for 5c
Hundreds of standard numbers for band and
orchestra, Regular selling price, 40c to 60c Three:
selections complete for ....-,
Under the Love Tree,
Music with Meals,
Talk In Sleep,
Grand Opera Hits,
When r Was Twenty-one.
Bed Rose Rag, t
Dance of the Demons,
W. W., No. 11. 1st Mandolin,
W. V., No. 11. 2d Mandolin.
W. W., No. 11, Guitar.
Love Never Dies,
Classic Col., Vol 1.
Classic Col., Vol 2,
Selections from the Opera,
Popular Piano Pieces,
World's Popular Melodies,
W. W. No. 11. Piano.
Stand Mand Solo, Piano,
Marches, 1st Mand.
Marches, 2d Mand.
Solos, 1st Me4.
Solos, 2d Mand.
Col. Classic Music, Vpl. I.
3R RENT Flrst-claes camps. Colonial
Beach: every eonenlence: for particulars
address BOX 24S. Times office. 1
f5, 4, $7 per neek. Gas In -every room;
artesian water; pavilion on front. Dlt. M.
B. GROSHON. D. D S Open July 1. 1
MOUKT ItOSi: HOUSE.
Coolest place at Colonial Ileach. Quiet
nnrt restful, Excellent f"llc. W"te,
tO to 88. Mr,. C. J. SJIOOT, Prop.
Real Kktate Ilroker,
The choicest building lota, cottages,
nnd business places 'for sale.
T2ioor'c T5'or-TnBrad(lock Heights, Md.
XSlSer S UriUi,20o rt. altitude. Home
cooklnc; moderate prices; cool and delightful
air. Ad. Mis Blser, P.O., Br'dock ills.. Md.
On Catoctln mountain: altitude 1.200 (L:
pure air; good water and no mosquitoes: alt
modern conveniences. For terms, etc., ad
dress Mrs THOS. ir. DIVERS. Braddoek
Hlt,ht, Frederick Co.. Md.. garage attached.
KLOCUTION AND GINGINO.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNEA
to UU st N. & rbona Lincoln IT
Every Element of a Perfect Vacation Awaits You at
Buena Vista, Virginia
AMONG THE BI.CE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
Near Natural Bridge and Islington.
- Two Distinct Vacation Opportunities:
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE LOCATION AND HOTEL, IN VIRGINIA'
THE MOST INTERESTING BUMMER CHAUTAUQUA IN AMERICA!!
Both at Isi Thin the Cost of Either Alone Elsewhere.
EVERY ADVANTAGE of a high-grade
summer resort at once, accessible yet re
moved from the heat and rush of the
crowd centers magnificent scenery won
derful summer climate beautiful building
and green, shaded grounds on their lofty
plateau, swept ny invigorating mountain
breexes opportunities for rest and quiet
pleasures, for acthe sports and recreation
rooma something pleat-ant to do eerv min
ute congenial people boating and bathing
tennis courts and athletic grounds pool
and -billiard tables, bowling alley all freo
to guests private fortst preserve and park
of 1.000 acres our own Dramatic Club.
Choral Society, and Orchestra of :i pieces.
In addition, "COOL HEIGHTS" offers
you and jour family WITHOUT EXTRA
CHARGE THE UNIQUE PRIVILEGES OF
THE SUMMER CHAUTAUQUA of the So
ciety for the Advancement of Social Edu
cation, with Its Inspiring lectures, ita spa
7ebrted. "'var' 'nU.'SS?- eSrti?-? mntc. J,, high-grade musical and
places and natural wonders, and, above all.
the society of a wonderful body of men and
women, the leaders In public affairs, In ed
ucation, In the professional, business, social
and chic life of the entire South.
For reservations, rates, or further particulars, writa or wire. Special rates Juns 15th
to July 15th.
DIRECTOR, "COOL. HEIGHTS." Bex A. Buena Vista. Va.
She f Ajll
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13000 WORTH Of MERCHAHOtSl MUST BE SOLO AT ONCE
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FINGER BROS., 825 7th St. N. W.
Big Dissolution Sale
A $15,000 Stock of
Housefurnishiugs, Trunks, Bags, Garden
Hose, Tools, Hardware, Paints, Toys, Etc.
This well-known firm having decided to dissolve partnership, will close out their
entire stock regardless of cost.
Sale Begins Tomorrow Morning t
Promptly at 8 o'Clock
And will continue until every article is sold.
COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH
$2.50 Ice Cream Freezers, 3 Quart . . $1.69
$5.00 Fireless Cookers $2.50
$2.50 Hammocks $1.69
15c 7-Ply Garden Hose. Sale Price, a Foot . 9c
$6.00 Trunks, $3.75 $4.50 Suit Cases $2,95
$1 50 to $1 75 Screen Doors - 0.".e
25c to 35c Window Screens 10c
$2 50 Nursery ItefrlRerntors l.7!
$4 00 Nursery Refrigerators 2.7ft
$1 50 3-o.t Ice Cream Freezers 7ftc
$2 60 Ice Cream Prcezern l.fll)
$5 00 National Fireless Cookers fi.7
69c Single Burner Gas Stoves 33c
$1 60 Double Burner Clas Stoves Sc
13c Single Burner Clas Stoves Sc
$2.00 Nlckle Plated Double Burner Gas
$1.75 Double Burner Oil Stoves 91. tit
$10.00 New Perfection 3 Burner Oil Stove. . .9H.05
$1.00 Gas Ovens ne
$1.79- Gas Ovens 91.10
$3.00 to $3.50 Boss Glass Front Ovens 9-.I0
60c Umbrella Stands 20c
59c to 69c Bread Boxes 3e
50c Tin Wash Boilers 2!e
$1.00 to $1.50 Copper Bottom Wash Boilers.. 70c
26c Wash Boards, double zinc ltc
50c Galvanized Wash Tubs 21)c
69c Galvanized Wash Tubs tie
$2.00 Asbestos Sets of Sad Irons 9I.3S
$1 50 Galvanized Bath Tubs Rfc
60c Galvanized Cov'd Chamber Palls 2t)c
$1.25 Knameled Slop Jar with bail handle. . .(It)o
26c Galvanized Seamless Refrigerator Pans. .lie
$1 00 White Enamel 12-n.t. cov'd Berlin Ket
39c Blue and "White Enamel Kettles, with
49c Blue and White Enamel Saucepans 2Si
25c Enamel Coffee and Tea Pots lie
69c Enamel Coffee and Tea Pots 3.1e
69c Enamel Dinner Buckets .Te
26c Frying Pans with cold handle 11c
$2.60 Porch Screens, size 6x8 91.3S
$1 60 Metal Door Mats, dust proof 7Hc
20c Best Qualitv Table OH Cloth, per yard. . . 1 le
26c Turkey Feather Dusters 13c
49c Turkey Feather Dusters 2i)e
$100 Turkey Feather Dusters one
98c Ostrich Feather Dusters Site
$1 60 Ostrich Feather Dusters 5c
$1 00 Floor Brushes, with handle 50c
$1.00 Sanitary Wire Fastened Bristle Bath
Brushes , 10c
39c Hair Dusting Brushes 10c
79c Hair Dusting Brushes 50c
25c Stall Boxes ...lie
60c Mall Boxes !4c
76c Mall Boxes KOc
$1 50 Mall Boxri BSc
$2 00 Mall Boxes 91.25
$2 50 Sliver Plated Sets of 6 Knives and 6
$1 50 Sets of Steel Knives and Forks. .. ...... .75c
50c Butcher Knives 25c
TTic Butcher Knives 38c
$1 00 Carving Sets 50c
60c Standard Make Razors . . . . 3Sc
$1 00 to $1 50 Standard Make Razors 60c
$3 00 to $4 00 Standard Make Razors 91.45
28c Razor Straps 15o
50r Razor Straps - 35c
$1 00 Razor Straps 45c
26c Pocket Knives . ... -. 15c
50c Pocket Knives 35e
75c Pocket Knives 45c
$1 00 Watches, guaranteed for one year 00c
$1.00 Alarm Clocks, absolutely guaranteed,
$1.50 Alarm ClockB, absolutely guaranteed
for one year SSc
$2.00 Alarm Clocks, absolutely guaranteed
for one year 91.38
$2 50 Alarm Clocks, absolutely guaranteed
for one year 91.75
$1 50 Travelers' Alarm Clocks 05c
$1 00 Travelers' Clocks, half price 50c
$1 00 Inverted Gas Light, complete 50c
$1 50 Inverted Ark Light, complete 75c
$3.00 Baby Ark Light, complete 91.25
25c Double-woven Mantles 15c
25c Decorated Gas Globes 15c
3Re Opal Lamp Shades ,10c
16c Cans Talcum Powder, 1-lb 8c
15c Cans Colgate's Talcum Powder 12V4e
25e Boxes Toilet Soap. 3 cakes In box 8c
5c Rls'ng Run Stove Polish 3c
10c Canvas Gloves flc
5c Boxes Tooth Picks 1-ic
6c Capitol Tooth Picks 3Vic
5c Bottles Blueing IV.-c
10c Cans Asso Paints 7V4o
5c Rolls Toilet Paper 2Vic
10c Rolls Toilet Paper 5c
25c Fly Traps 17c
10c Aluminum Salt and Pepper Shakers 7V4c
10c Aluminum Tea Balls 7c
10c and 15c Scissors 7V4c
5c Bundles Wax Paper 2Me
10c Lunch Sets 7r
10c Royal Glue 7c
25c Cans Solarlne ...15c
25c Liquid Gloss 10c
10c Fly Swatters 7Mic
For the Porch and Lawn
$2.50 Hammocks 91.00
$1 00 Croquet Sets, hardwood 50c
$1 50 Croquet Sets, hardwood 7fc
10c quality Watering Hose, per foot Be
12V4c quality Watering Hose, per foot 8Wc
15c quality 7-ply Watering Hose, per foot.. Oc
25c Moulded Watering Hose, per foot 12Wc
$2.00 Child's Go-Carts .- -....
$2 50 Child's Go-Ctrt, reclining back
$4 00 Child's Go-Cart. leatherette... .
$2.50 Velocipedes -
$3.00 Rubber Tire Velocipedes
$4 00 Rubber Tire Velocipedes. ..!.. .
50c Steel Wagons
$1 00 Steel Wagons --
$2 00 Steel Wagons . . . .
$3 00 Child's Morris Chairs -.
$100 Child's Mission Rockers....-.. .
$1.60 Child's Reed Rockers
50c Child's Reed Rockers
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$4 50 Traveling Trunks ...
$6 00 Traveling Trunks
$8.50 Traveling Trunks
$10 00 Traveling Trunks -. ..
$15.00 Traveling Trunks ....
$1.25 Suit Cases -. ,
$1.50 Suit Cases
$2.00 Suit CaBes
$4.50 Leather Suit Cases, linen lined
$6.00 Leather Suit Cases, linen lined
$4 00 Leather Suit Cases, linen lined
$1 00 Fiber Bags
$1 50 Travellght Fiber Bags
$2.25 Imitation Leather Bags
$2 25 Imitation Cane Bags , ...
$5.00 Genuine Cowhide Bags
$8.00 Genuine Walrus Bags
$10 00 Leather Bags
$15.00 Leather Bags
$4 00 Rink Skates
$3 00 Ball Bearing Skates
50c Catchers' Masks
50c Base Ball Gloves or Mitts.........
$1 00 Base Ball Gloves or Mitts. . ......
$1 50 Base Ball Gloves or Mitts
$2.00 Base Ball Gloves or Mitts
$3.00 Base Ball Gloves or Mitts
60c and 75c Base Ball Bats...
25c and 36c Base Ball Bats...
25c and 35c Bicycle Bells
60c Bicycle Bells
15c Bicycle BelU
$2 00 Columbia Bicycle Lamps.
60c Bicycle Pumps
. . 05c
. . .38c
. . 75c
. . 10c
. . 35c