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THE MORNING- TIMES, TUESDAT, JULY 6, 187.
"Who lias worn one of OUR
will tell you that it is the most
satisfactory summer suit he ever
wore. We can't snj too much in
praise of them. They are cool,
comfortable, durable, and dressy
are 'ell tailored and perfect
iitling-. All siz;s in blue, black,
brown, and gray colors.
All other standard weaves of
Serg-e, the best grades of Crash
and To wl' neu Suits, Thin Coats
in all propsr fabrics, Crash and
Dsck Trousers, Straw Hats in all
popular braids, Tan and Canvas
Shoes, Negligee Shirts, Gauz
Underwear, Leather and Crash
Belts, "Washable Neckwear, and
all other summer wearables for
men and boys.
Remember that SIXTY CENTS
ON THE DOLLAR is all you
have to pay for choice of any suit
in the ROGERS & CO. sock.
All new styles and patterns, in
cluding blue and black Serges
Rolrinson & Cliery Co.,
12th ami F Sts. X. W.
Clollies Fnrn Filings. Hats. Shoes
j You can j
I find the way I
ot getting whatever you want In
4 tue houscrumishing line ir you
f don t happen to have the cash 4
k handy -through our equitable byb- i
W tem or Tree credit.
r That means "OUK credit is w
? When we sell the straw matting
i we lay it tree. jj
When we sen anytliing w e guaran- $
ft tee satisfaction. A
House & Herrmann, j
5 Liberal Furnishers, 5
f Cor. 7feli and I Streets.
Warner Bros. & Co.'s d
stock of Men's and 3
Hoys' Summer Suits H
at less thau half 5
pj UULUU.I JliUU. Kj
M. Dyrenforth & Co.,
023 Penun. Ave. &
A small cannon mounted on wheels was
towed up New York avenue b fourjouug
men on wheels. The novel artillery prac
tice annised quit' a number of si ectaUin?.
Ttevlral seriiced will be held everj--j veil
ing this week at the gospel tent, on Eighth
Btrcet between B and C .streets S'ltjthenrt,
J. JdcC- Brown is the evanpelist in cliarra.
All fouls' Church, corner Fourteenth and
L streets, will be closed during the sum
mer months, as extensive repairs are being
made. Anew pipe organ and electric lights
are being put in.
A horse belonging to the Heurich Krew
lng Company was overcome by the heat
at Fourteenth and T streets jesterday
aftern'Hm, but after some time was re
stored and led away.
The cae of Thomas .Mcllahon, aged
twenty-six years, who was arretted by
I'cllceinan Wheeler on a charge of as
sault ou Su'-ie Semley, near Daish's Mills,
on Saturday night, was yesterday con
tinued in the police court.
Chr. Xander's Blackberry and WildCherry
Cordials, GOc. and 75c. quart, subdue
Bummer bowel complaints. 009 7th. It
To Hediiec Sleep lop-Car Clmr-fie.
It; the House Jlr. Shafroth Introduced a
Ull to regulate the rJiurgcs for sleeping
car lenhgj It makes ihciiiaxiiuu.il charge'
for a lower berth 30 cents for each ldu
ntllei- or distance, an.I 25 cent"? for tne
upper berth, provided Uiat no clLttgs bhall
t-o less than $1 50 for a lower uud $1 25
foi an upper berth.
Patriots at Fairfield.
Major Armes entertained quite a large
company last evening at Fairfield. Among
the uets were Senator Daniel, Hon. Joseph
Sibley and most of the orators who rep
resented the thhteen colonies at Uie great
mass 'meeting yesterday at the Grand
SSrCase of 24 bottles only $1
When You Are
Hot and Thirsty I
nothing- else reaches 8
the "Spot" like a g-ood g
cold bottle of beer. It
assuages thirst, vivi- g
lies and strengthens.
areTHEBEST of pure
beers. The former is
light, the latter dark.
Both are noted for their
brilliancy and superior
AT-Caie ef 24 botUct dellrerxt in
unlettered viidiii fsr orfj- SLOO.
WhlBjtu Brewery C&,
4 th sa F ft S Tiltse U9J
A Young Girl Wandered About
ilia Streets for a Week.
RETURNED TO HER PARENTS
She Flirted With Young Men, Slen
Jn n Police Station, Attended Sal
vation Army Meetings and W.t
Finally Arrefeterts-Tlionglit to lie
of Unsound Mind.
Pauline Joidan, a rather pretty girl,
fifteen jeais of age, was ane&led as a
fugitive Horn her patents at 1:40 o'clock
yest onlay morning In Ea&l "Washing' on by
I'olii ciuau Moigan, who found her v.au le.
iug about the stieets. "When taken to
Lieut McCuthrau's station the gnl tald
her fathei, Stee Joidan, icslded at Na
i32 Jackson street, Anacostia.
"I left homo seeial dajs ago," jhe ex
plained, "because my latlci oid not tu'iit
me right "
Since Pauline left her pnlemal ioof shy
has been hanging about the Salvation Ann j
tent, at Sixth M,ieetand I'cnnsjlwiuia ave
nue pnutheast, the polite tay, and has been
found setral tiu.es in ctinj any with boys
and . cung men after nightfall.
On Fiida mght, while win a crowilof
bojs, a iolicemun approached ami the
lioys fled. Later in the night Pauline
appeared at No. 5 station and asked for a
night's lodging, which was given hei.
She was not teen again unt'l her arrest
jtslcrday morning. Tli'b forenoon Kert.
.Audetsoii leturncd the runaway girl to l.er
It was learned in Anacost'a that the girl
has run away several times. Cn tlvs
uccasien rhe li f t home ul out a week ago
A friend of her father's saw her in Wash
ington wandering about two or three dajs
ago and escorted her almost Lome. On
Jackson street, however, only a few
do rs away, while he was inquiring which
was Mr. Jordan's house, bhe slipped awaj
Mr. Jordan works at the store of F.
Peterson, a. furniture dealer on Market
srace He has been living in Anucostlu
only a few weeks.
The family of the gitl say that she is
only fifteen years old, and that she is not
entlicly responsible. They btate tint
one of lauli tie's kister.s always accom
panies her when she Is allowed to leave
home. On this ee.ca.sion she c ailed her
sister wlnle in Washington. They do
not believe that any harm came to her
during her runaway escapade.
When a reporter for The Times called
yesterday arternoon she was locked In
her room asleep, and her grandmother
said she would be kept there Tor two or
three days as punishment. Mr Jordan
was away on an excursion and could not
A different story than this is told by
people In the neighborhood of the Jordan's
home, one that agrees with what the girl
told the police. It is said that she Is
beaten amlothei wihe mistreated frequently.
It is said, too, that on the day the girl
ran nwuy her father, after beating her
seveiely. chaed her with a gun in his
hand, intending to frighten her into sub
mission POLITICS LKD TO STIUFK.
Colored G. A. II. Man "Worati'rt by
a AVhltP llrotlier.
James Rolnu'Jon Js a member or the
G A. It. He is also a colored nun. Yts
terday morniug while standing on C
street l'orthwest, between Third and four-and-a-half
street's, he saw a white T 1:111
who, like himeir, was a veteran of the
war It being the Fourth, James' pa
triotic spirit was stirred at the sight
of his comrade, and walking up to him
grasped him by the hand.
Then he did a very foolish thing. He
commenced talking politics. .And as
he was a Democrat and the white man
a Ttepubllcan, they were soon In a wrangle
and using epithets such as would have
moved a trooper to envy. Then the white
man smote James a mighty blow over
the head and followed it up by dislocating
several of his fingers.
After his wounds were dressed at the
Emergency, Robinson left, declaring his
undying gratitude to everyone in the
HUHT MY A "SCORCTIEH."
Sarah Robinson Uadly "Injured by
a Rapid-Riding Bicyclist.
Parah Robinson, colored, a domestic,
living at No. 103-1 Eighteenth street north
west, was knocked down yesterday morn
ing at the corner or Ninth and F streets by
a scorching cyclist. She was brought to
the Emetgency in a private carriage, and
when there It was found that she could not
stand and had to be carried into the hospital
She appealed to be suffering painful in
juries, and during her treatment filled
the place with cries. Drs, Bahr and O'Con
nor made an examination or her Irnts.
They i-oimstcd in a number of bruises and
a bBdlj wrenched leg. A plaster of parts
dressing was applied and the woman is
JUST WENT FOR A "WALK.
But Lanra "Will Host Thirty iMys
in the "Workhouse.
Laura Herman, who was arrested iu
the White Lot tunic month3 ago, was
before Judge Kimball in the police lourt
jesterdayon the charge of vagramy She
was arrested in company wlih l'ran'js
Sherwood, on the Long Bridge, at -I o . lock
"I know it was lute, your houor. to
go walking," said Laura to the -nun.
-but I could not sleep last uight, and
this gentleman came along and wo t.eut;
Sherwood was put on the sta-id and
said that he was stopping temporarily
at the Soldiers and Sailors' Home, ou
Mlwourl acnue, and hud simply gone for
a wall; with Laura.
"You evidently don't know her as well
as I do," said Judge Kimball. "I'll take
ycur pergonal bonds-Laura can go down
for thirty days.'" b
Immense Crowds at Marshall nail.
To see the crowds at Marshall Hall yes
terday, one would think the whole city
was down there. The boats had to make
extra trips in the evening to bring the
The fun was unceasing and the display
of fireworks in the evening was a credit
to the management and worthy of the
occasion. The breere that blew all day
made the trip down the river a delight
and made it pleasantly cool at the Hall
The dancing floor was given little rest
all day and the green lawus were also
pressed Into service by the merry dancers.
The ubiquitous small boy let orr crackers
U his heart's delight and everyone was
as happy as the day was long. Many,
indeed, found evening come too soon.
The service or the boats Was admirable
&d i&e crefttest order and decorum nre-
I raHed Altogether "It was one of the
p((SuMstei holidays that Marshall Hal!
fcjsa ever n.
J 3 Fabc-r formerly or 12-1 1 2 F
stec wui KwtTed aU photograph etudlo
. fMft fmitaytvaal avenue, orcr Ruorfa
RA t re Jy4 7t
Cast off the shackles
(Hi 'a? jwlk
A SideLoard Bargain Largo size,
beautifully carved Oak Sidelioard
A great bargain $XT.SO
Aj ... yx A
All sizes llra&sand White Enameled
Beds a great bargain $3.48
THIS WEEK'S FURNITURE BAHGAOS.
Good 2-burner Gasoline Stove.... $2.48
Large Tin Gasoline Oven $1,25
Handsome 5-piece Tapestry Parlor
3-qt. Enameled Iron Drip Coffee l'ot.330
Handsome Oak Bedroom Suite
Beautifully Carved $15.50
3-burner,fuIlnIckelcdGas Stove. $a. 48
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EARLY (S PfflL DRAUGHT
Pining for Her Absent Husband,
Mrs. Goodman Took Poison.
FEARED SHE WAS FORSAKEN
He Returned a Few Minutes Later
uud Wa? Ilor rot -Stricken to Leum
of the AVifu's Rush Attempt A
Cup of Strong Black Coffee Had
a Good i:ffect.
R B. Coleman, a druggist, living at
No. 610 New Jersey avenue northwest,
returned yesterday after two months' ab
sence, only to find that his young aud
pretty bride of eight months, despondent
because of his long-couiiuued silence, had
half an hour before made an attempt to
end her life by drinking 5 cents' worth
Mr and Mrs. Goodman were married
last No ember and since then have been
residing with the wire's mother, at No.
315 New Jersey avenue. Soon after their
marriage Mr Goodman was thrown out
of employment, aud, alter ainly seeking
a position In this city, about two months
ago decided to go to Philadelphia to see
if he could not find work there.
For a lime he wrote to his wife regularly,
but alwut a fortnight- ago his letters sud
denly rea&ed, and his wire imagining that
something had happened to him or that he
wa-j unraithrul to her, became despondent
As day after day passed with no news or
her husband, she became more and more
despairing nnd rrequently threatened to
take poison and end her existence.
Het relatives, however, paid no atten
tion to these threats, deeming them mere
expressions or sorrow, until this morning,
hen she was round, pale and trembling,
lying upon the stairs leading to her room.
A ftw moments before she had been
chuitlng and laughing with her sister and
When asked what was the matter Mrs.
Goodman replied that &he was slightly ill,
but would be better in a minute or two.
Her mother, however, leaning over her, de
tected the laudanum upon her breath and
accubed her or an attempt to end her lire.
This sne stoutly denied until Mrb. James,
running over to Easterday's drug store,
coruororG &treetand New Jersey avenue,
fouud outlhat her daughter had purchased
some or the drug this morning.
Then the daughter conrcssed, saying that
she wished to die, as she reared either that
something had happened to her husband
or that he had dserted her.
A hurry up call was then sent in to the
Emergency Hospral, but berore the wagou
arrived the husband, who had stepped otf
the Philadelphia tiain hair an hour before,
wulked In. lie asked what the matter
was, and was horror stricken when in
fo' med of Lis wife'p rash act and its
caubC. He began to accuse himself, and
called upon her in endearing terms Oiat
he had letumed, but the drng was al
ready acting upon her, and had rendered
her almost too drowsy to recognize hirn,
and all he could do was to hold her in his
arms until the ambulance came.
Mrs Goodman was taken to the Emer
gency. She- Is a prepoEsessing-looking
yuiiug woman, rosy cheeked and blue
cjed, but it was with the greatest diffi
culty that she could prevent them from
closing. She was placed In one of the
toniiiorary wards, and In a short while
her husband arrived He 1b a stylishly
dressed man about twenty-five years old.
Mr Goodman was much excited, and ex
tremely solicitous as to his wife's con
dition Ho went at once to her
6lde end endeavored to assist
the MtrgeonR In lccpplnc hr awnto
To a Times reporter Mr Goodman paid
"1 am a druggist by profession and
a numhrr or years have lnen living lure
in Washington During thai period I
Of trndltlon. It is poKHlhle for you to buy furniture at bargain prices on credit. "We have made
it noh.slble; and never before, were you offered such a demonstration an thin weeK'.s prices. Have yon
acquainted yonribelf with our easy credit system? The advantage is all on your side.
This very HandFomo Oak Rocker,
nicely rinlshed caue seat worth
I i-vir - pi' '
wool lined Dry Air Re
AYER & PETTIT,
415417 Seventh St. N. W.
occupied a position at the St. Elizabeth
Hospital for the Insane. La.st January I
was maTied. My wife, whose maiden
name was Minnie James, li ved at Freder
icksburg, Va. A short time after my
marriage, I secured a position with Lits
Brothers, at Philadelphia. As my wife's
parent had removedhere in the meauw Idle
1 made temporary arrangements that she
Should remain with them. We cone
spouded regularly but my last thre let
ters did not reach her and she became
a v'ctlm of all sorts of fancies and ideas
She imagined that I was sick and the
thought so preyed upon her mind that
a despondenoj took pisession of her I
had intended to come here several days
ago, but unfortunately was not able to
make my arrangements.
"Thib morning at 10 o'clock she pro
cured 0 cents' worth of laudanum and
swallowed it. I arrived a very few
minutes after she swallowed it. She had
not then succumbed to it- influence and
when she saw me she threw her Hrms
around my neck and cried. I at once
gave her a dose of strong black coffee,
and she was then taken to me hospital.
She will soon tc all right and this after
noon 1 will return home with her "
ELOl'KRS ARE INTERCl'J'ED.
Failiujr to Get Married Here, They
Proceed to Baltimore.
Inspector Hollinberger received u tele
gtam yesterday forenoon from J II. Wers
ham, Charlottesville, Va , requesting him
to watch all incoming trains to apprehend
and prevent his eloping boa, R. F Wers
hain. from getting married here The
son was described in the dkratch n& "a
un.ooth-faced boy or eighteen jeais."
The case was assigned to Detective
Carter, who covered the maniage iiivnse
ofrice. The first young man from Vir
ginia who applied for a HcenbC was es
corted to police headquarters, hut. proved
not to be the man wanted. A ehort
while later "Wersham, accompanied by a
male fiiend, appeared and asked for a
llrensc to wed.
Detective Carter stepped up and Informed
"Wersham he would have to accompany
htm to the Inspector's ofrice. His prospec
tive bride, a tall Virginia girl, attired In
an airy summer costume, remained In an
open carriage In front of the courthouse.
When fjuestioned by Inspector Hollin
berger the youth said he had not seen
.his father for several years.
"What is your father's first name?"
he was asked.
"I don't know,", replied the young
Virginian "I only 1 knew him by the
name of 'Pap.' "
The young lady in the case, whose narie
could not be learned, said her parents
were willing for her to marry the youth
of her choice. Wersham promised not
to get married here and was allowed to
depart He went to Baltimore, where
the knot was tied, perhaps
Some Help for the "Widow.
A resolution Introduced In theHo'iso je
terday by Representative Brownlow p:o
vldes for the pajmentrto the w'dow of
Will'nm Lnnnun, late chief engineer of
thejHotise, of a sunuenual to six months'
salaryand an extra allowance or $1 50 for
"Last summer one of our grandchildren
was sick with a severe bowel trnuhli"
says Mrs. E. G. Gregory, of Fredericks
town, Mo. "Our doctor's remedies had
failed; then we tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which
gave very speedy relief." for sale by
Henry Evans, Wholesale and Retail Drug
gist, 938 F street northwest and Con
necticut avenue and S street nouhwec
and 1428 Maryland avenue northeast.
Saturday and Sunday Excursions
to the Country.
The B fc O. R. R. has placed on sole
reduced rate excutsion tickets, to be told
every Saturdav and Sunday during the
summer season, valid for icturn until fol
lowing Monday, rrom Washington to rrlnts
on the Washington Branch as far an
Annapolis Jumtlon nd pclntson tic Met
ropolitan Branch and main line as far
an Frederick and Crmilett wn, VT Va
ay2Ctu,Ui till au3l
A Neat Baby Carriage.
KEEN'S $35 sun:
Beat the World
Featherweight in Serges and Cheviots.
Ef.-.ig.Ej rfVfo-y-v fcg.,vi csras-'j iZfitnii iz-'.yri ta
1 SUMMER I
B TODAY I
p We will sell the, biTance f-j
g of our stock of Kci'rijjcr- D
g ators, Ice, Chests, Kus- A
S tic and Tjawn Settees, q
B "Wire Doors, "Window i
U Screens, &e., at nearly 3
g ONE-HALF price.
j Don't be too late, as k
5 these prices are for ONE ja
I DAY ONLY if our sup-
IS ply lasts that long. H
I $11 "Refrigerators.. $7.65 1
1 $4.50 Ice Chests... $2.85
I $2 Rustic Settees.. $1 .19
g $6 Bentwood Settees, g
i 6 feet $4.25 1
$5 Bentwood Settees, 3
6 5 feet $3.75 I
G $4 Bentwood Settees, p
I 4 feet $3 I
H $1.25 Wire Doors, corn- p
I Plete 79c I
h 30c Wire Window Screens, s
I . 19c 1
kI Cash or Credit. &
I Lansburgh's Furniture and y
I Carpet Co., 1226 FSt.n.w.
1 Comfortable Cooking l
B For the cook -whose kitchen is sup- a
K piled -with a UusCookinj; Stove. You j-j
g don't have to wait In the mornings &i
U for it to "burn up" berore you can a
g commence brcakrast. It Is ready g
g for cooking Just a soon as you turn J
the bcruvr aud apply a match. Best J
g and cheapest way of preparing the
c hot wear her eatables. All sizes
B hcre-from ?8 up. "j
Gas Appliance Exchange, g
B ' 1424 New York Ave.
Seventh n 1 11 Ptreafs
Made by Dermaroloclit Woodbury, should
be on Hie toilet table of everyone who
values a clear ttfcln and a pood complexion
rney are pure, nnMMipUc. medicinal fcetid
loc for n sample of el her and boolt on
mm y John II Wowdhury, 17 V iJil
bi , er iorK
MATER & PETT1T. 35525
Handrome Oak, high
A Solid Oak, strong, well made Ex
tension Table. This week $a,98
THIS WEEK'S MATTING BARGAINS.
Fancy Matting Tl4c
Heavy Seamless Matting !L2 3lfc
Very Heavy China Matting 18o
Pine Japanese Matting 22c
Prices Lower Than Ever.
CASH OR CREDIT.
Terms adjusted to snit your circumstances.
13 10 F St. N. W.
Minlnq Stock the most advan
tageous investment ever offered
Financially sound and solid as
the rock of Gibraltar. Investi
gate. mining and Mineral Bureau
70S 14 1 h St. X. W
T. J Hodgen & Co.
Brokers and Dealers,
Stock, Coiton, Grain and Provisions,
Rooms 10 and 11 Corcoran Bnlllla?,
Corner loth and b" streets, and bQi 7th. at nw
W. B. Hibbs & Co.,
BACKERS and BROKERS,
Meu.btr3 2c v York Stock Escaajx
1427 F Street
LADENBUUG, TH.Y LAIANX Jt Cu.
I AMERICAN SECURITY
I AND TRUST CO. I
Money to Loan.
This company has money to loan
ad listed collateral securities at
lowest rato of interest.
a J. BELL, President.
The National Safe
Ofthe Districtof Columbia
CORNER15TU ST.ANDNEW YORKAVS.
Chartered by tpc!al ace or Con pr en.
Jan., 18157, and acta ot Oct.. 1800. uu.
Capital, One Alillion Dollars.
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
Members of tho Now ror Stock Ex
change. 1419 F et. Glover building.
Uorrcspuudenta nf Menara. Moore & bemc,
Bankers and llcaleta in Government Boqujl
Uepoaits. Exchautte. Loons.
Sallroad Stocks aud Bonds and &U cecurt.
ties Mated on the exchanges of Now Xork.
I'BUadetpnla, Boatoa aad BAltiaor bouga
A specialty made otinrcttmeat securities
Ultirict bouds and all local Railroad. Gas,
iouraoc ad Telephone Boek deaJt la.
tsicrlcaji M& Tcpoa sHok bcvzU
aC set. Htl
THE BUST CORNER,
8U1 and Ulurket Space
"We offer such values as these:
Trunks. Trunks. Trunks. '
Cunvasj-Covored, FIat-Tip, Iron
Bottotu Traveliun Truuk, re-enforced
-ivltli lieavy strips, tray
and hat bo, good bru.-,s lock goodii
that bold at
2S In. :o in. 31 In. H InJ
'.50 S3LC0 SI 0 H.E0
Prices'! SI 09 S3JD S3.40 83.73'
Extra Henry Canvas-Covered Trav
elloj Trunk, -solid sheet-Iron bot
tom, mullt'able Iron corners, heavy
oaK strlxK and Iron braces all
around, bet brass look, covered
tray and hat hot.
2a in. 30 in. 32 in. M In
pricei. S!.W M.3U S..69 faCa
price. 3 39 S3 49 S3.7V S3.08
Iucludfng extra heavy leather
Ilest quality Canvas Trunk, fall
Micet-irou bottom, linen lined, 3
trays, covered hat box. best Iron
trin niiujr-, leather handle-, best
metal IiifU, contplete, ivltli a O-foot
20 In. 32 in. 34 in
Forte er price. 6 CO J0L49 $7.00
Special prices. S5.29 5 69 S3 98
We guarantee every Trunk adver
tised to lie in perfect condition.
Canvas 16 in. IS in- 20 tn. 22 in.
leleacopes :59c 59c
Split-Leather Club Hag-., imitation
10 ia. 12 in. U In. IB in. 13 in.
sec GDc 79c 89c Sl.lOt
Heather Shawl Straps, 8c, 10c,
18c and 25c each.
Screen Doors-, -walnut frame, 3
size-, ixnobs und. lituge., complete,.
Sth and Markat Space.
WASBINGTON LAW A!fD CLAIMS COMPAHT.
Kooms 3i", 472 La. ave aw.
This company will purchase Keal Estate,
the title to which is defective or in dis
pute, or will clear up said titles or the
owners. ill pay oacK taxes a: a Ulscount
WU furnish txiuds ia cmnlnal and civil
cases. Will acs ad receiver, assignee,
guardian or trustee: Wilt prosecute ciahna
or all kind-, and will at : AM StLLtSHCa
as are avignaDIe.
Street and steam Kallrnad Accident
Cases a Specialty. .No charge for Conhul
tauou Unancial .sbitance t urnfebed to
litigants on Reasonable Tenns.
Telel)honeo.lll3. JOII.NO SL.VTER.
Rents reduced to 310 per month.
Corner house, with large side lot
and stable, 23 per month.
These houses are built or the bess
material by day labor: hae eight rooms
and bath, verandas, sanitary plumbing-.
city water, gas, sewers, porcelaln-linetf
roll-rlra bathtubs, electric bells, range,
hot and cold water, speaking tubes,
southern edge grain pine floors, tiled
hearths and fire places, baniUonte man
tels, and beautifully papered. They are
erected on terraced lots, with substantial
copings, steps and walks, shaded by a
beautiful grove. They are near the Eol
diers' Home and not farf rom lit. P'-jasaar,
on the Erightwood Electric Ca' L.ae. For
particulars apply on premises or to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN,
611 Seventh Street N. V.
I We'll Furnisli the J
Power to Fan You.
p uet your fans into position m
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U. S. Electric Lighting Co., 5
213 1-tta st. nw. 'Phone, 77. 7
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