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THE MORNING TIMJfiS, SATUEDAT, JULY 24, 3 897.
! H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO., !
JOHNSTONS, 729 7th Si,
1 Down Goes the Price!
Ninth and E Streets,
S75,000 worth of Men's, Boys' and Chil
dren's Clothing and Furnishings to be
Sacrificed in the Next 30 Days.
Tills entire toelc of CJotlilnji nnd Men's ViirnlsliiuRK -wns put
ou thi Ijaralii t utile, to lie slaughtered absolutely, without re
ynrd to COST or'TVOKTII! Every article must lie converted Into
eiihlitiy August Ifi.ut -ivliicU tiim;3f r. I'liil Frledlnnder, tlie Junior
partner, -withdraws from the firm. Tills rtoro lum long been
Tinown as the Bargain Center t Wuslilimtou, anil the price-ernuli
of toduy cannot fall to crowd every elsle with eajjer buyer n. "Vo
nre ready for the thro n jr. Extra salesmen are here to nerve you
promptly. "We shall retail this stock for leKK than it cost to
"WEAVE THE CLOTH! If you can duplicate our quality at the
prices printed below we wJH make you a PRESENT of the
garment advertised! 1,000 Crash Suits just received, at 2.48.
Men's Summer Sui's.
Hundreds of Men's Cool,
Drcfc-sy S ults will behlaugh-
teicd at $2.40
Men's Elepant Fiock Suits,
Tweeds and Cheviots.
Wbilh from $12 to 520. ' "
Your choice for SS.OO
Jlen'b Very Finest Suits
elask- and double bieast-ed-lmcd,
bkeleton. Cl.o!ce ..$7.50
Ueu's Crash-Bicycle Suits
-perfect ntttafr S3..SO
liys' Finest Crash Kuits
Mzesfrum 7 to 1C $1.63
If you are going to the seashore or moun
tains here's a great chance to buy a light
weight Full Oveicoat-SlO qualities will
be closed out at
Thoutands of Men's All-wool Fancy
"W'otbted Pants the very finest qualities
H. Frieiilender &
Jl'igh J Mc-Gall was yesterday appointed
ifeuditJonal private of the pol.ee force for
duty at the Baltimore and Oli.o llailruad
Bernard C00V, a white man, aged twenty
four, wus arrested last night by Officer
ITcari'.ey, charged with assaulting Laurt
-"Air. W. M. Redenwood has returned
from Berkeley Springs much Improved in
health and is able to be at his place or.
bufelnuss a few hours each day.
lt was erroneously .stated on Thurtday
that Dan Duffy Mid Harry Jeffries werenr
rested upon the charge of stealing wire.
TJiere was no such charge against the men
Fire Marshal Drew yesterday made an
Investigation of the cause of the fire at
Dr. CrisweU's drug store, Thursday after
ndon, and. will make a report of his find
Fiancls Campbell, colored, aced twenty
two, is looked up at the Fiftli precinct
btution, chaiged with the larceny of some
wearing apparel, the property of Johanna
The physicians ut Providence Hospital
announce that James Bowman, the man
who "was shot twice by John Adams, at
Sixth btreet and Virginia avenue, Thurs
day night, v.ill recover.
Policeman N. R. Tlcrndon, of the First
precinct, is still confined at his home1
suffering from a sprained hip, -which he.
Injured while chasing two colored cigar
thieves last Thursday night
The case of Robert Ware, a colored por
ter at the Hotel Regent, ciiarged by Dinah
Wallace with stealing a gold watch, was
nolle pressed yesterday by Prosecutor Miil
lowny, it b"ing tiiown that there was no
foundation for the complaint.
A bay horse attached to a covered
carriage, belonclng to Librarian Spofford,
wa stolen yesterday morning from in
front of No. 229 New Jersey avenue, and
the police have been asked to apprehend
The Commissioners yesterday reminded
their order of May 14,1897, directing that
ourbing and brick pavement be laid on the
cast side of Fifteenth street, between
IJaryland avenue and Gales street north
cast. Androw Thomas, colored, who was held
at the Ninth precinct station for the Mary
land authorities, on the chargeof criminally
ussaultinga young white girl named Contes,
was relented yesterday, as there was no
one sent to bring him back.
J3xcursionists from Colonial Beach re
ported last night that during a brief
squall at the resort a small sailboat con
taining two men was capsized toon after
the arrival of the iIoseley. The men clung
to the sides of the crart until rescued by a
boat from shore.
George Pryor, a colored boy, aged sev
enteen, was arrested last night by Pa
trolman Eaur, of the Fourth precinct,
ciiarged 171111 breaking Into the htore of
L. Friedman on Four-and-a-half street
several days ago and stealings High School
cadet coat and cap.
Just arrived at Riley's Eleventh street
wharf fine load of melons consigned to
J. H. Richardson & Co. jy23-3t,em
g-Case of 24 bottles only $1 I
Order a Case
for Sunday. I
Drop us a postal or tele- &
phone and we'll deliver
you a case of our famous &
"Champagne" or "Ruby"
Lager promptly. Both g
are pure and satisfying;. 8
-are made of pure Hops
o and Malt, properly aged,
aud are famous for their
brilliancy and delightful
flavor. The former is
light, the latter is dark.
49-Case of 24 uotllo dellrered In
onlettrrrtl trasom for only S1.00.
Write or telrphona.
Washington Brewery Co.,
414 as 7 ftts. X. 2. 'ti Mix
S . nnd
I "RUBY" LAOER
Underwear, Sh:rts, etc.
35c and EOc Iialbiiggan
Regular 75c qualities of
All the SI Shirts. Choice sec
.$1.50 Shiits, detachable
collar and cuffs..'.. 750
collar and cuflb SX.OO
Tn. ported Sox, 2 pairs for SGc
All Sweaters reduced 25 per cent.
All Golf Hose leiluced 25 per cent.
All Straw Hats at less than co&t.
Cor. 9th and
ESts. N. W.
MR. BARRIE WANTS RELIEF
To This End He Snes Real Estate
Claims That Pnj-rnent Is Demanded
From 111 in for Property Which
He Never Received.
Ur. George Earrle hns filed an equity
suit against Mr. David D. Stone, the real
estate broker, for "relief." The cir
cumstances of the case, as Mr. Harrjo re
lates them, are' peculiar and interesting.
Mr. Harrie's story is that in May, 1803,
Mr. Stone came to lifm with what lie said
was a most tiouulesome matter In which
Earrle could help him Mr. Stone said
he wished to purchase certain piecjs of
real estate in the District, and that it
would be disadvantageous to him to have
them in ids own name, he being a real
estate- broker. As an especial favor he
asked Mi. Harrie if he would not let U10
real estate be deeded to him. Mr. Barrio
did not mind having leal estate in las
name if there were to be no expenses at
tached, and Mr. Stone assured him that
lie snouid be entirely freo from all trouble
In the n.atter. The lots were accordingly
conveyed to him.
The propei ty was lots 1, 14 aud 15 in
square 104r, and the man who conveyed
them to Mr- Bairle was Mr. Frederick A.
Lehman. There was in the deed of con
veyance, however, the following clause:
"Subject, however, to two existing trusts,
two for ?20.4u0 and one for $2,000, which
are assumed by the party of the second
part (this was Mr. Barrie) as a part pay
ment on the paid three lots, and the pay
ment of two deeds or trust mentioned
above, principal and interest, will be
duly paid by the party of the second part
(this also was Mt- Barrie) whenever such
amounts "of principal nnd interest ma
ture." .;-- '
Mr. B-jrrie '(hjned a number of papers
of various kinds In connection -with the
transaction, but trusting in Mr. Stone's
statements to him did not even look at
them orknowof theirnature. He finds now
that among these papers were twenty
three promissory notes, all payable to
Mr. Lehman amounting to ?5,S33. and
also a third deed of trust conveying the lots
away fiom himself to Mr. Stone and Mr
A. K. Phillips, Jr., as truf-tees for a cer
tain syndicate of purchasers of said lots.
On the 1st of this July Mr. Stone brought
suit against Mr. Barrie for the payment of
several of these notes. Mr. Barrie finds
himself In the apparent position of owing
these notes and never having received any
thing for them. He wishes to be relieved.
His lawyers are J. J. Darlington "and
Obcar & Douglass.
Highway Extension Judgments.
Mr. McMillan, in the Senate, and Mr. Bab
cock, in the House, yesterday introduced
bills to provide for the payment of final
judgments of the supreme court of the Dis
trict of Columbia under an act to provide
a permanent sy-ternof highwaysin the Dis
trict, ljing outside the corporate limits of
Washington. The terms of the measure
have heretofore been published.
Kensuns "Why Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera nnd Diurrhoea Hem.
rrty Is the Best.
1. Because it arfords almost Instant re
lief in caw: of pain in the stomach, colic
and cholera morbus.
2. Because it is the only remedy that
never fails in the most severe cases of
dysentery and diarrhoea.
3. Bwauw Jt is the only remedy that
will 'are chronic diarrhoea.
4 lieoausc it is the only remedy that
will prevrnl bilious colic.
6. Because it is the only remedy that
win cure epidemical dyeentery.
G. Because it is the only remedy that
can ulw ays be depended upon in cases of
7 Because It is the most prompt and
most reliable medicine in use for bowel
.8. Been use it produces no bad results.
9. Because It is pleasant and sare to
10 Because It has saved the lives of
more people than any other medicine In the
The 25 and fiOc sizes for sale by Henry
Evans, Wholesale and Itctall Druggist,
03S F rtreet northwest, and Connecticut
avenue and S rtreet northwest, ami 1423
Maryland avenue northeast
S10 to Nluirurn Fulls via il.&O.
ThrooKB trin of coaches and Pullman
PMler car frota B. A O Station, Watli
b?Ub. 8 10 a m . July 29. Stop over
rrtrp x WtMt- Gfrw. Itwhertef , ftnd
8f?l T4t rnMiJrtt' $t pwrtal
64 trif Trt fcjr t&titttt. ft
Our Mid-summer Clearing: Sale of Men's Suits b gins it's morning. It is tic last s
a vuuiwv ui
while they last for
It is an actual fact that nearly every .suit in this sale COST us more than $7.50! But we shall take no chances! It
is the rule of this store that no suits however desirable shall be carried over into another season. Every size will be
complete this morning. A look in our windows will prove that this is the greatest Clothing chance of the entire, sea
son. Come earlyl
TJI13 NATIONAL 15DUCATOHS.
lixeoiitlve Committee Appointed to
Secure the Great Convention.
The executive committee of the National
Educational Association has been ap
pointed by Col. Henry F. Blount as fol
lows: S. W. "Woodward, Theodore W.
NoyeSt James M. Johnston, Brof. V.
B rowell.Rov. B. L. Whitman, Thomas V
Smith, Gen. Ellis Spear, Archibald Green
lees, A. T. Stuart, Mrs. Sara A. Spencer,
Miss Anna Tolman Smith, Albert M.
Bead, Marcus Baker, Colin Studds, S. B
The above members will hold a meet
ing th's morning at 10:30 o'clock In the
Board of Trade rooms to efrect an or
ganization The ct'CuUve committee will
meet in Washington next month nnd the
local members desire to be able to re
port progress In the arrangements for
the entertainment of. the association.
Those -who liave accepted their appoint
ment as members of the comittee of one
lrmdred are us follows:
Commissioner John B. VIght,S. "W. Wood--.vard,
Charles J. Bell, Col. Henry F.
Blount, Archibald Greenlee", Gen. John
Eaton, Thomas W Smith, Charles B.
Church, rr. Samuel C. Buscy, Rev. B. L.
Whitman, D. D ; Rev. J. Haven Richards.
James YV.Somerville.Mrs. Sara A. Spencer, ,4
Brof. W 11. Powell, .Mrs. S T). LaFetra.
Miss Anna Tolman Smith, William A.
Wimsntt, SUlson Hutchlns, Colin Studds,
S. B. Hege, A. L. Reed, Capt.L. L.BIaUe
Robert U. Weaver, Geoige T. Dunlop, I. 8.
Blown, Morgan I). Lewis, Oeorge M.
Bond, John Callahan, Gen. Ellis Spear,
Albert M. Read. W. H. Rapley, Marcus
BaUer and A. T. Stuart.
C1MVOHTH LEAGUEHS HETURN.:
All Enthnslnstic Over the Siiccssm
of the Toronto Convention.
The Washington delegation to the recent
International Epworth League convention
held in Toronto, Canada, returned home
yesterday. Every one of the 3GS per
sons who were fortunate enough to make
the trip came back happy and enthus
iastic over the wonderful biiccess of the
great gal lienug. The return trip was made
over the same route that was taken to
theconventfon, stops beiugmade at Niagara
Falls, Watkins Glen, Mauch Chunk, and
Philadelphia, for the purpose of blght
sceing. The local delegation, on July 17, at
their headquarters, No. 25-1 Jarvis street.
Toronto, Cauada, by unanimous vote, pass
ed the following resolution In apprecia
tion of the services of Messrs. Edward La
Fctra, E. P. Hamlin, and F. E. Wood
ward, in making arrangements for the
trip and providing accommodations dur
ing their stay In the convention city:
"Resolved, That we, who have been 150
well provided for in respect to transporta
tion to Toronto and accommodations there
in, by the Washington District Epworth
League transportation committee, and
the Toronto '97 committee, do hereby ex
press our hearty appreciation of the
same, and do hereby tender these com
mittees our most sincere thanks; and that
we especially note the unselfish and self
sacrificing services rendered by Messrs E.
S. La Fetra, E P. Hamlin, and F. E.
Woodward in connection therewith."
MORE KNOX FlrfE SUITS.
Claims for Unmakes on Account of
Two more Knox fire suits have been
filed. These suits or owners of pioperty
destroyed by the great fire, which burned
the Knox Express Company's stables anil
storage rooms at the corner of First and
B streets threo years ago, have been coming
In ever since the fire None of them
have as yet been tried. There 1ms been
an agreement between most of the various
lawyers of the suits that a test case shall
This te&t case ha8 not yet come un for
The two parties who brought suit yes
terday were Mr. F. Trenliolm, who lost
$1,500 worth of books, and Mr. Josiah
Quincy Kern, who lost $5,000 worth
Second Trip to Chnpel Point.
The fcerond of the weekly trips of the
River C2ucen to Chapel Point will he made
tomorrow. A rival boat company has ap
plied for an injunction to restrain these
cheap excursions, but the case does not
come up until the 29th instant, and the
trip will come off tomorrow as advertised
The uncertainty as to whether the trips
will be continued will doubtless cause a
great many people to take the trip to
morrow. A sail of. 110 miles, through the
lovely scenery of the Potomac for 25 cents,
is enough in ltseir to make the excursion a
popular one, but besides that, the Point is
a beautiful spot and affords iinnsiini
facilities for salt water bathing, crabbing
and fislliu' ,0 Ra3r nothing of the regular
amusements to be found at all summer re
tuns. 1 ne iasc trip was in every way
satisfactory, and was thoroughly enoyed
by all who took it, as are all trips gotten
up under the personal supervision of Gapt
Blake. The River Queen will leave at 9:30
a. m. and will call at Alexandria for
passengers. As a big crowd is expected
special arrangements have been made to
provide fitting meals for sharpened appe
tites, and a pood dinner will be obtainable
on the loat as well as at the grounds.
Good l?lne!ei" for Hecreatlon.
Music and dancing in n large cool
grove at Congress Heights every evenlti"
from 6 to 10. The new electric line is
now running from Navy Yard Bridge to
Congress Ueichts Accommodations for
thousands. Especial attractions all day
$12.1 To Baltimore nod !u? $l.l
turn vlu I'emiMylrnnln Ttnilroml.
Tickets ea alc Saturday and F miliar
Jitlr 24 stmt 8 Valid for rtmn uaUl
Meri Jiy rt Ctod ani traia
cut of the season! We shall give you
uui ym, ijuj i auu quu uumuivi wutu H
923 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W.
YOU ARE OUT OF
And why not
Replenish Your Supply ?
The place (o do so is
Gor. 9th and La. Ave.
house in the
can rely that all OUT goods are
the purest and freshest the mar
kets affords. Ringr up 'phone
(922) with 3'our orders or call in
person we will not keep 3ou
waiting-. Plenty of clerks. All
goods delivered promptly.
Fancy S. C. Shoulders, pound Tc
Fancy S.C. Hams, lb XSc
20 Jrat Mackerel, In paUa 4kOC
Sliced Ham, pound -. X8c
Chipped Beef, pound.'. ?. 180
Larti, lb so
N. Olf Pull Cream Cheese, lb X40
Carolina Rice, lb 6c
Large Package Roll Oats so
4 Packages ilacaroni-... 250
Ulnger Knape, lb so
Sardines, in oil, box .40
ilubtard Sardines, box 8c
Faucy Elgin Creamery, lb 32c
Best Butterine, lb, 130
Alaska Salmon, can., .100
Quart Bottle Tomato Catsup IOC
Parlor Matches, doz 120
Assorted Soups, large cans 100
Large Bottle Yeast Povrder 5c
Vermont Maple Syrup, gal. cans 750
3 large SacRs Salt DLOC
Rye Whisky, gahon SX.SO
Old Dominion Whisky, 3 years old,
per gallon $2,50
Tickrord's Private Stock, G years
old, per quart $1.00
Holland Gin, per quart SX.OO
Old Dock Port, bottle 25c
California Sherry, bottle 25c
Blackberry Brandy, bottle 25C
Rlegling Wine, bottle , 25c
Sweet Catawba, bottle 35c
California Claret, bottle 20c
Bass' Ale, dozen SX.90
Guinness' Stout, dozen SX.SO
Vegetables and Fruits
9th and La. Ave.
POLICE OFFICERS OX DUTY.
Commissioner TVIght Corrects a
Misstatement of the Post.
Commissioner Wight wishes a correction
made of certain misstatements with regard
to the alleged headless condition of the po
lice force at night. It was charged In an
artiole in the Washington Post yesterday
that both MaJ. Moore and the police cap
tain were of r duty at night, and thatwhlle
they were away the police department was
without anyone in authority.
"This Is entirely wrong," said Commis
sioner Wight to a Times reporter yesterday.
"Both of these gentlemen are on duty twenty-four
hours a day. They both have tele
phones at their residences and re veive every
fire alarm and every police call at all times
vhen they are away from the office. They
must both obtain some sleep.
"My recent arrangementthattheroshould
be a lieutenant stationed at headquarters
at night was simply to the end that there
should lie n lieutenant within reacli of all
the stations at any time. The duties of
the lieutenants are .entirely different from
those of Major Moore, and will remain so
They have to do with arrests and other
matters. A lieutenant was necessary for
these matters atuight;.''
Free Mails forUnreun Publications.
The State Department has been informed
by Mr. Arriaga, minister from Guatemala,
that His government has issued an order,
dated May 2G, providing for the free
transportation by. Its mail service of all
publications cf the Bureau of American
Ilronze Best of Stnuton.
Mr. Clark Mills, the fculptor, exhibited -it
the War lcpartnet yo.-terday a bronze
hUK of Stanton, the War Secretary Th
b&ht was uimHoJ from a nask of the
Kerrcar 'Wl 'h'cStetelv ntrr 1m dil.
usd it J iatip 'rer rptJcd racoon
aUi ! L y ft
Solid Polished Oak,
5 feet 8 inches high,
34 inches wide, 5 large
drawers, 22x13 bevel
mirror top. Regular
Special price for to
day, This is the greatest
value ever offered in
Furniture and Carpst Co.
2 1226 F Street R. W.
It is enough to kill her
to have to cook over a
coal fire in such weather
A handy 2-Durner Gas Stove,
perfect air raisers,
double ring flame, S1 tOO
best make buyable, $ .75
616 12ft St.
1204 G St.
Seventh anil H Streets.
NERVOUS TROUBLES, all kinds, cured
with Animal Extracts. Free book tells
how. Wash'n Chemical Co., Washington, li
C. For sale by W. S. Thompson, 703 I Oth
st. nw. Je30-tf
Stenmbont Inspectors Salaries.
The Treasury Departmcntyesterday made
changes In the compensation of the steam
boat iuspivtion service as follows: The
salary or the inspector of hulls at Oswego,
N. Y., is increased from $1,500 to Sl.S'JO;
that of inspector at rrovidence, R. I., Is
reduced from $1,S00 to $1,500; that of
local inspector at Norfolk is increased from
$1,800 to $2,000, and the salary of the
United States shipping commissioner at Fan
Francisco is reduced from $5,000 to $-1,000
Is always an Important one. Onr
easy credit system does away with
the main difficulty, as it enaliles
you lo always dress well, nnd pay
at your conveniencs.
Men's Serge Coats.
Thinnest of Blue Serge, Just
right for hot weather; double
breasted S3. 98
Men's Custom Suits
Various styles; tailored and fin
ished in the most lavish manner;
$12 and $15 qualities now re
duced (o $6.50
Men's Wool Suits.
The most fashionable cut, per-fect-ritting
$10 and $12 suits
Men's Fine Pants.
Pine All-Wool Pants, that arc
really worth $4 to $5; our price
Ladies' Crash Suits.
Full Skirts, finest linen crash;
very stylishly made Sl.98
daintiest of styles; splendid ma
CASH OR CREDIT.
Mayer & Pettit,
SSSSk 415-417 7th St.
4dJ J 9 KJ
20th Century Clothiers,
The Straw Mntting we Iny
Alt Al;. .4. J ZtU .llJJOV4C vi ga
the price the other on put- 2?
tlrrs it down.
You'd better come here for a
everything you want in House- ??
FurniMiiiiBH. You'll he sure O
of getting the hett of the g
bargain always. ifi
Yes, Indeed, "Your Credit 5
Is Good" with us.- -r 8
House & Herrmann,
Liberal Furnishers Cor. TtlrandlSts.
GSSa G5SS SS &3S 5555 QT.SQ SS5S
Rents rwluccd to $10 per month.
Corner house, with largo side lot
and stable, $25 per month.
These nouses arc built of the bca
material by day labor; have eight room
and bath: verandas. Eanltary plumblnj,
aty water, gas, sewers, porcelain-lined
roll-rim bathtubs, electric bells, ranges,
hot and cold water, speaking tubes,
southern edge grain pine floors, tiled
hearths ana rire places, handsome man
tels, and Leautlfully papered. They ara
erected on terraced lots, with substantial
copings, steps and walks, shaded by a
beautiful grove. They are near the Eel
diers' Home and not farfrom Sit. Tleasant,
on the Brightwood Electric Car Line. For
particulars apply en premises or to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN,
611 Seventh Street N. W.
Providing you use a gas stove.
No superfluous heat no dire
and dust no delays no dis
comfort, and, best of -all, the
expense is cut dov?n to a trine.
Gas Stoves here in every want
ed size and style, ranging In
price from S up.
b Gas Appliance Exchange,
1424 New York Ave.
WASHINGTON LAW AND CLAIMS COMPART
Kooms 5 & 7, 472 Lo. ave- nw.
This company will purchase Keal Estate,
the title to which Is defective or In dte
pnte, or will clear up said titles Tor the
owners. Will pay Dacn tuxes at a discount.
Will rurnlsh bonds in criminal and civil
cases. Will act as receiver, assignee,
guardian or trustee. Will prosecute claims
or all kinds and wilt UU Y A.Nli SlSLLsuch
as arc assignaoie.
Street and Steam Kallroad Accident.
Cases a Specialty. No charge Tor Consul
tation. Financial Assistance Furnished to
Litigants on Keasonable Terms.
Telephone No. Ilia. JOILN U.SLATJJH
8 COOL STO
are doing ail the business. You
cannot blame customers for not
wanting to shop in hot, sturfy
Stores. Put In Licctric Fans and
increase your business. See ua
aoout cost of electricity.
w u. o. mieutnu uigncmg uo., g
S213 14th rt. nir. 'Phono. 77. rt
La Rues Female Pills.
Safe and Sura Price. II. M.
At Ml Urtiglts.
UK. HAINES' GOU1CN SPECIFIC CURE
It can be gien without the ttnowiolse ot
Site patient in coffee, tea ornrtlclea of fcxxl; will
tfftqt a permanent and epeedr core, whether the
patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Book of particulars free, to be had of
r. S. William X- Co.. Olh F StS.lTlT.Mfl.ii,r.C
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Prop's. Cincinnati. 0.
EB-Wrlte for Ihtlt Bok ea Merehloe KMt. Billed inc.
ebcltf Encll.h DLtaoad I? ran 4.
i&il aaJ Onlr Geamlae.
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VI - IF
Arbuckle's. In lota of 10 lbs. for
11 and a half cents; smaller lots at
12 and a halt cents.
Today's fruit department leader
will be 1 ,000 lbs. of large sweet new
prunes at 3 and a halt cents lb. la 5
2,700 cakes of Laundry Soap for
today's bargain counter sale at 1
and a half cents a cake.
Star Soap, 2Kc
1 Borax Soap, 2JAc
Special Flour Bargain
Today 1,200 Eacks of bebt Family
Flour at 20c. sack.
Best Table Meal 15c
Best Package Oats 6c
Best Corn Starch i4c
(In lots of 6 packages.)
Cans Potted Ham c
Cans Potted Tongne 4c
(In Iota of 6 cans.)
Price Best Pure Lard,
(In lots of 5 pounds today.)
Special Cake Sale,
Nic Nacks 8c lb
Rifle Nut Cakes 8c lb
Imperial Sugars 8c lb
Lemon Cakes 8c lb
Coffee Cakes 8c lb
Pretzels 10c lb
Salt Wafers 10c lb
Graham Wafers 10c lb
Cream Crackers 6c lb
Soda Crackers 5c lb
Butter Scotch 12c lb
Vanilla Cakes 12c lb
Egg Biscuits 15c lb
Cocoanut Iced 12c lb
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