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THE TIMES, WliggpfGTOX, SATUSPA1, yQjgffi&BJBR 27, 1897.
value iu Boys' and Children's
Garments HERE than elsewhere
finer and richer fabrics newer and
better styles too. The products
of Rogers, Peet & Co. aud other
good makers, whose garments we
control for this city. Suit, Over
coats and Reefers in all sizes 3 to
16 year in a.l the popular fabrics,
styles aud patterns at $4, $5, $6-50,
$7 50 and Up. A big selection iu
12th and F Sis. N. W.
A deUcatton or U e school teachers or
Scrantun, l'a.. veiled tl e Slate, War Hid
Nary building yesterday.
Mlts M. 15. RoUrUtn lectured last even
ing l?fore the Primary Teachers' Union at
the Fourth Presliv. tenan Church.
In the bull of Jacob P. Clark against ohu
C. UunL for the recovery of 3,7C0and in
terest for rt e j ears , a a enhct was 1 eudcred
yesterday for the plaintiff.
Tlie Rev. Dr. N lam, of Gtrmanlowu, Pa
gave another of lib inteiertlng talks on
how-to Mi'dy the Bitile yenerdaj at the
Fourth Presbyterian Church.
The CoimiIs-ioiiTS veterday agreed to
liOld'Uie matter of Ndewalkb on Nieluls
avoirtH, .AiineoHtiu, open until koine satis
facUrv adjustment can Im reached.
The ap'd.ndrbiv Montgomery, colored, of
Georgia, who is endeavoring to have built
a home for former blades, culled je&ter
dayontheSecretariesof theWarandNa. y.
,The grand lodge of the I . O. O F. aCe .1
vtrftatkjH last evening to Metropolis
TinitaUrtti last evening to Metropolis Lodge
No. 1R, at their hall, corner of D aud Ninth
J0I1H Johnson, alias William Lancaster,
who vva-j recently convicted of obtaining
$4 from Icos'tlta Thomas, under falsi
practises, vas jesterday sontusced to a
year ana u day in the penitentiary.
The ftc . Leslie .Moure, the new pastor
of theChurchof Our Fat her, will preach the
firH of ?. 1 ( ure cf lt.cti.if.s on He -veiling
of .Oecemtiei 5. The subject -will 1 e "Hie
mquitei, the blind man and the animal.'
The funeral services over the remains
or thy late Henry C. Fiske, who died ju
Tuesday, were held yesterday morning
from bU late residence, No. 1812 Fir
teenth street. The interment was made
at Glenwnod Cemetery.
Mr. Stephen K. Gill, sr., is critically ill
at his residence, corner of B and Thirteenth
streets south wes-t. Mr. Gill has been in
bad health for a number of vears, but it
is onlv during the last Tew weekb tnat he
lias ben confined to his bed.
"While removing ashes from the yard of
No. 3030 P fclieet northwest, Edward
Ithodes, an aged colored nun, was seized
with a paialjtic fit. lie was removed to
his home, at No. 2823 Dumbarton ivcnue,
In tne Seventh precinct patrol wagon.
Dora Nlles, a twelve-vear old schoolgirl,
fell from her wheel vesterday evening it
rourtecnth street aud Thomas Circle and
was painfully injured. Policeman Mudd
Gillwl a carriage aud had the child re
muved to ner home. Her injuries are not
Cephas "Wright, colored, living at No
22 Ball'F alley, reported to Inspector
Mattlnglj last night that while at -worn
In a field on the Eenning read yesterday
aftcrnoou three men came up and roblwd
him of 7.60. "Wright asserts that all
three men were white.
The ladles of Silver Star Lodge. No 20,
I. O. G. T., of Tenleytown, B, C gave
a New England supper to its members on
Thanksgiving night, which proved a most
enjoyable affair. Speeches were made by
Brothers A. E. Shoemaker, rred J. Parks
and John "W. Thompson.
The case of Mrs. Mary It. Offutt and
Lawrence K. Thompson, charged with
Etealinga pair of diamond earrings valued
at S?00, from Sarah L. Smith, which was
to have been heard before Judge Kimball
yesterday afternoon has been continued
until Wednesday next at 11.30 o'clock.
The nearest relaUves of Mr. Israel W.
Eiuley, Mrs. Maggie It. Darby, Liz'.ie
Jones, Mary Jones and Richaid T. Jones,
have filed a peUtion in the equity court
for a guardJanifor Mr. Sibley, the owner
of considerate real and personal prop
crty, anjflKvhp Is airL advanced age and
ftllegodlUJ'lie of unsound mind.
Baltimore alid return, $1. All trains In
both directions Sunday.
Philadelphia and return, $2. 7.05 and 0
a. in. trains going, valid Tor return on all
regular trains Sunday. no2G-tf
You arc suffering because you are skep
tical. Innumerable disappointments make
you hesitate to expend more money, fearing
that results may prove as heretofore un
satisfactory. We are Investing thousands
of dollars In the endeavor to bring to your
notioe GR0VER GRAHAM'S DYSPEPSIA
REMEDY, the GUARANTEED cure for
Dyspepsia, Heartburn. Gastritis, Ulcera
tion or threatened Cancer or the Stomach,
anil all disease arising from an Impaired
Toe first dosa removes all dibtress, and a
permanent cure of the mostchrouic case is
insured in a bhort time. To prove our
Bincerity we will send to anv address, ex
press prepaid, a full sl?e bottle upon re
ceipt of $1.0(1, with a guarantee that it it
falls to accomplish all we claim we will at
once refund money in full.
G1IOVER GRAIlAM'b Dyspepsia Remedy
lb .prepared from ttie formula of the cele
brated English Specialist, Prof. McDer
mott. Wo have purchased the sole right
Tot the United States and Canada. It is
thtTonly existing Specific. Write Grover
Graham Co..Newburgh,N. Y., for pamphlet.
Sold by all druggists. A 50c bottle con
1 c-" Case of 24 Miles only$l, I
Order a Case
for Sunday. I
Drop us a postal or teV-
phone 2154 and we'll de-
liver 3tou a case of our fa-
raous ''Champagne" or
"Ruby" Lager promptly,
"RUBY" LAGER j
are made of pure Hops
aud Malt, properly aged,
and are famous for their
brilliancy and delightful jf
flavor. The former is e
light, the latter is dark.
Wneliiricrf rvn RrrtiT2at.. fi5
! 4th and F Sts. N. E.
Phone 2151. g
LIGHTS AGAIN TURHED 0
Damage to;tlie"U. S. Gompany's
Plant Partly' Repaired.
LOSS COMPARATIVELY LIGHT
Nearly All Mm ufneturmn Plants
Aiiiiiu Supiillcd With Power auu
u Poitioi. of liiuaiicli.ucnt LnnipN
Ijjihted TJj Escelleut Work Oi
the Fire Depurtuiuut.
The UniU'd States Electric Lighting Com
pany luadJ the city bright last night du
spice tlu damage done its plant and povv.-r
station byfireearlv ye.it2rday morning.
While the flames were burning ar .nd
engines, dynamos, cable-j and instrume.its
it was prophesied that the company coJld
not g31tS2lf into shapj to oiipply light and
power to th city for several dajs. Buttlie
prompt and effective work of the fire de
partwut, and tlu hard work or the officers
or the oor-ipany, averted this calamity and
made It possible l.iat night to operate all
the arc lights md mostnf tlu incandescent
lights in the central sectijn of the cltj.
Power was al-o supplied to the manufac
turing plants depi'Udent on t'ie electric
As soon as the debris cooled under the
se.iu ol water pumped upon it, a large
force of electricians aud laborers was
set to vork repairing the damage. Sev
erai dynamos vent into action during the
daj.and by nightfall eerv dynamo of the
company was ready for business. All
would have been In oi eration but for the
loss of "everal lieavj Copper cahles, wliich
could not be replaced quickly.
Arte! a critical examination or the
plant, the otriccra or the company cal
culated that the damage would rot ex
ceed 56.000 oi S9.000. The iir est!
mates wt-re Lased on the supposition that
the machinery had either Leon ruined or
badly damaged. This proved not to be
thesase. The only loss on the dy.ia nos
was due to the destruction gf belting.
All damage will bee overed byinsuri-ife,
as thcliisuraiKContue bulldlngis S-10,000,
placed iu the following companies: Frank
lin, Arlington, Corci.r.ui, National X'nloi.
Lincoln, German-American, Fireman's or
Baltimore, llartrird, Phoenix Association,
L. and N., Imperial, Phoenix or Hartf rl,
Pratt, Continental, Home of New York, L
and It., G'obe and Merchants.
A heavy brick wall was built at the
southeast txmicr of the power house t
replace tfct wooden one which was burneO
out. Gangs or incu vwo-ked all night It
cutting out and replacing dead cablrs.
The plant or the compnny will be in
operation as utual today.
All the ir.anuracturlng industries in the
city dependent on the company were
shutdown part of yesterday, but the cur
rents were renewed with great rapidity.
The Washington end of the Washington,
Alexandria and Mount Vernon Railway
was tied up In consequence of the fire, and
during the early part of yesterday pas-
sengeri vera conveyed to the cars at the
Long Biidge in busses. The running of
ttetrains was resumed yesterday afternoon.
The city jiostoffice suffered seriously as
the cancellation machines there ar run by
electricity. All the stamping had to be
doncby hand, and every available man was
pressed into service.
The accepted theory of the origin of Hip
fire K Uia't two heavy feed wires became
crosseH llT'some way not easy to explain
and that after the insulating had burned
off, the unound!ng woodwork ignited
The names gained consideiable luadway
before being discovered, owing to the fact
that the building was brilliantly lighted
About fiftv men weie at work when the
fire brte out, but few of them were in
the southeast part of the structure.
It was In the ciiculntlug room, on the
second floor and above the office of the
companv that the fire started. When
the flames weie seen one of the
employes turned In the alarm through an
instantaneous fire alarm box and threJ
calls for engines were sent out In quick
It was a difficult task tocombat the fue,
owing to the obstructions which the fire
men encountered. On the west side of thf
building is the excavation rorthe casement
of the new povir station, and along the
ooutn aud east rronts were piles of !d
and new electric light poles, terra cotta
conduits and heaps of bricks. Then there
was a net-work of wires, a bout the charac
terofwhichihefireniencoulduotbecerfiin Despite the headway of the fire aud thz
difficulties under which it was fought
it was extinguished within fortv-five min
utcs after the first alarm had been .sent out
Installation of a Chinch Coun -il.
The memlwis of the church council of the
Church of the Redeemer, chosen last Tuv
day, will be installed on Sunday evening
at 7 30 o'clcclc The ceremony will be
conduct ed by the pastor, the Rev. E. J).
Wiseman. The installation sermon will
be pieacned by the Rev. L. M. Eluhns.
TO CTJHE A COED IN nvr tvat
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
or- . lcl""" Lue mouey lr it faflsto cure
25c Thegenuinefaas L.B. Q.on each tablet
Use Dr. Henry's Headache Powders for
headaches caused by alcoholic excesses or
I Clothing bargains on credit.
jNbt the cheap, made-to-sell kind, but good honest made-to-wear clothing-.- Our cloth
ing department has" as fine a stock as can be found iu the city selected, with taste and care
ful attention to fashion. "We gladly extend you credit, without any charges or obligations.
r. MC.i"s fine TLfcrsey
toth OvercoAt, the lat
caaaa ,- r -, ,t,
The Cheapest Clothing House in the World's
We I. nve Just imrphnsed
Grade Clothing: from one
and beginning unlay vyet i
ill jrn.i.-ft nun uns urjuuu
liihitirv of ictuil isellfu;
of F-.o n fifty ro jfrxnr
All AVushiugtou will rlnjj
ill's oiiereu aim evey vi
row to seimi' His or her
It goodh arl' not just exact
funded if returned vvit-ilu
a co.npletu Iiit here eouie
Men's $7.50 Suitsr$3.65..
Men's good quality Business Suits
very substantially made worth
$7.50, ror V-S3.65
lien's Tine Cheviot Suits, in black
and mixed colors-in sack, round
and witiare cut styles very stylish
worth $11.50 ror $4.96
Men's handsome corkscrew, clay
diagonal and fancy mixed worsted
sack and cutaway suits
worth 51G-ror ..ST.30
Full dress suits of veiy rinestmater-
ial worth rrom ?18
to $28-ror..$6.SS to$X3.T5
Glen's very good quality work
ing pants worth $L,r0
for n 6SC
Cheapest Clothing House
Store with green front, Taetvveen D and
to the real
prices for cash. - -'
Glen's Satin-lined Overcoats-Silk
Velvet Col- A
lars lap seams velvet V
pockets the biggest bar- A
gain on earth V
Men 's Single and A
Double breasted blue,
black and brown beaver ,fj
Men'! Kerfey 6ver-
coats all shades made (
of magnificent material
and tailored in the most Ji
stylish manner .......... V
Men's Chinchilla Over- ft
coats, black and blue
splendidly made -ask to ,(
see them .."!...'?.' V
fpn'K fMnT.tlnoil flimr-
coats heavy satin sleeve
jimiiK raw cage maae
or the very finest ma
terial, fully worth
Hundreds of,. Children's Suits at
SI. 00, $1.25, $1"10V $1.G0 and
Children's Reefersmado in Chin
chillas, Boucles anlrplain Bea--vers,
large pearl button. .$2.20
Young Hen's Suits,
$2.75, $3.50 and $4.00.
Wfc 1,11 .
DEATH OF JOHN COCHRAN.
For Many Yenrs "Well Known in the
Mr. John Cochran, son of Mr. George
"W. Cochran, owner of the Cochran Hotel, at
the corner of K and Fourteenth Btreets,
died yesterday moinlng at Providence lios
p"ual, after a short illness. The deceased
was well and favorably knowh in Welling
ton. havingfor several years been associated
with his father iu the touacco business at
No. 1221 Pennsylvania .fvecue.
Mr. Coohran was forty-one years of age
rni'l was unnianied. lie leaver two bnnh
crs, Eugene and Henry D. Cocurin, the lat-
Christmas thlugs for children. 421 9th
Good ITersey Cloth Cape,
nicely trimmed in fur..,,i.
Extra Fine Seal Plush
Cape, full sweep, fur
trimmed. Woith $9. For
Cape, handsomely trim
med in fur $3.98
Harrv high anrtar Hnr Qth and P
J. Jay Gould
"Water-proof " Shoes.
It was a great thought to make Boys'
Shoes of "box calf" leather. While you
pay a few conts more ou a pair they out
wear thu other kind two and three to one.
These have our own "Bulldog" Wo, iron
clad backstay and metal quilted sole. Best
Boys' Shoe made. Sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2,
S2.-19; and sizes 13 to 2, for
SHOKS SH1NET) FHEK.
030 PA. AVENUE
the entire balance stock of Finest
of the bet mulier in the eountiy
nil offer you tne unresti leted choice
d s. ute, tne hivwhtiTer Known ut o
AMJIClf AllSArNh A. CLKAh SAVlNu
PI5 CENT UN THJ3 UM'AI. CObT.
with the news ol the tistnniidiiig: vil
kg nei-Kon siioiild In nri'&eut toiuor-
slinre of the buiaitiK iiiH they full,
li us repiesentcd inoney will he re
lour dav,&. It is iiniMismble to iirint
and examine them ALL:
Men's $8 Overcoats, $3.98.
Men's good durable Overcoats iu
all tne newest shades full ot worth
and warmth woithS for
Men's fine Silk and Satin-lined
dress Overcoats in alLstyles wortn
from $18 to $.18 for
S6.98 to $13.40
Men's fine warm winter Ulsters
well made, strongly riulsned-woith
Boys' Knee Pants, 15c . pr.
Children's good quality reefers
well made very durable
worth $2.50-for JS1.S3
Eojs' fine suits of caEsimere and
worsted splendid wearing quality
worth rrom $3.50
Children's all-wool overcoats -warm
worth .4 for $1.98
1 I Wfi 1UI
427 and 429 Seventh Street.
Bargain Clothing House of I
Corner Ninth and K. These f
Men's Cafslmere Suits
Men's Blue and Black
Men's Fancy "Worsted
Men's Fine BiaclrCiay
"Worsted , &u,lta. Vitarvy
Brwure Jibed; verj" tiaest
material, single or
Men's Reefers storm
collars Just the thing
for wheelmeuT ,.
100 dozen pairs or ai en's Gloves,
Hogskin, Calfskin and Wool,
per pair, .. .25c
We have purchased the entire
stock of a famous Glove manufac
turer and can offer the most extra
ordinary bargains. Gloves worth
75c, $1.00 and $3.25 to
go at 480
Thousands at other bargains. .
t liUII UllU UUU bi
I. !- VJP
terbelngtheproprletorof alarge grain and
feed establishment in this city.
The funeral arrangements have not yet
Dr. Anevv'h Ointment Cures" "Pils.
Itching, Bleeding and Blind Piles. Com
fort In one application. It cures in three to
six nights. It cures all skin diseases in
young and old. A remedy bevond compare,
fund it never fails. 35 cents. Sold, ty
F. S. Williams, 9th and F sts.: Edmunds &
Williams, 3d and Pa. ave. 43.
lo prevent colds; P.ublnl's Pills, tho ureas
preventive against pneumonia, pleurisy,
bronohitis colds in the head, etc. Wash
ington Homeopathic Pharmacy, 1007 H
streut northwest. No branches. Tele
nhone, 1605 no3-tX
Dr. Henry's Headache Powders will
promptly cure any headache.
Cloth Jackets ...
Children's Stjlish Short
Pants Suits, good material...
English All-wool Chil
dren's Suits $3.75
Men's All-wool Cheviot
Suit, very stylishly made
WE PLACE ON
SALE 600 MEN'S
$12 AND $15-
Choice of Single and Double-breasted Sack
Suits, in Blue, Black and Fancy Cheviots, Cassi
meres, Whipcords and Worsteds. We make this
unparalleled bargain offer in order to clear our
entire first floor AT ONCE for the opening of a
COMPLETE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
FOR MEN AND BOYS. This is the climax of
tile-great clothing sacrifice that has been in
progress here during the past week. Such suits
as;fl)ese were never offered before for SEVEN
DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS ! Come early
for first choice.
For choice of $15 and $18 Suits and Over
coats. The Suits are made up in fine
,b!ack cheviots, "clay worsteds, etc. Single
or Double-breasted Sacks and Cutaways.
Overcoats in Kerseys, Meltons, and Beavers,
Blue, Black, and Brown every color warranted fine silk
For choice of $18 and $20 Suits and Over
coats. Snits in clay worsteds, fancy chev
iots, aud imported homespuns 3 and 4
button Cutaways, Sacks aud Cutaway
Frocks. Overcoats in Vicunas and fine
qualities of Meltons, Kerseys, and Beavers. Fine silk
For choice of $20 and S25 Suits and Overcoats.
Prince Albert Suits in Clay worsteds, Vicunas
and Thibets silk-lined throughout. At $15
we offer some of the finest overcoats in our
stock. Lined throughout with the best all-
silk, cass.imere or Clay worsted.
Don?t ever forget that your money is simply here on
DEPOSIT until you have given the suit or overcoat a
careful inspection and found it to be perfectly SATISFACTORY.
20th Century Clothiers,
:: :: ;;::
And le-t ,uW ..show the hand onit"t line uurt best assortment of
To be found in Washington.
PERHAPS YOTJ yEKD A CARPET?
We make, lay and line free whatever we sell.
DO YOTJ WANT A HEA1 ER?
Itjgoet. without Miyinu that our line is the Best.
ARE, XOISINSEAIICH OF A RANGE?
Wefuarantee eveij- om we hell.
HOW ABOUT DRAPERIES?
We sell a pnlr of lace curtains GO Iu. wide for $1.50.
AND CHAMBER AND PARLOR SUITES G.VLORE.
ULBEWATi CREDIT TO It ESPONSlBUf: PARTIES.
Seventh and I Streets Northwest.
Greatest Cloak, Cape and Skirt Sale
ay Ever Attempted in
JUvefcy cent of profit and part of the cost absolutely
given awAay. All this season's styles.
6 Beaver Jackets, latest shapes, well
S13 Tan Kersey Jackets, strapped seams,
$20 Tan and Black Blouse-front Jack
ets, very swell,
$13 Kerleywlatkets, silk lined, elegant j
r tact cQ
$7 TafCeta SiU Waists, all colors,
lined, and very stjlishlymade,
$9 Novelty Silk Waists.Jntluding Ro
man stripes, ,
$1 Eiderdown Dressing Sacques,
$4.50 Electric Seal Collarettes, very
Remember the street and the number.
:; :::; :;
CHRK'S, 73G 7th St. X. W.
$7.50 Seal Plush Capes, braided and em
broidered, full sweep, silk lined,
$12.00 Persian Lamb Cloth Capes, extra
long and full, only
$10.00 Cloth Capes, several styles, each
one rich and choice,
$7.00 Silk Brocade Skirts, double lined
and velvet bound,
$13.0 0 Novelty Silk Brocade Skirts,
extra fine ratterns, tailor-made,
$7.00 Novelty Cloth and Fancy Bril
liantine and Gheviot Skirts, best ro-'-sible
$4.00 Novelty BnUiantine Skirts, velvet
to be had only at
736 7th Street NW.
US TODAY. 1 1
The Busy Corner.
8th and Market Spaos.
8, Kaon, Sons & Go
extra salespeople to servQjt
the trade in our Men's Fur-
The deaf of Fine Under
wear, made through our.
buyer with the receiver of
the Pottsdam Knitting
Mills, has created new ani
mation in our Men's De
partment. The news is just begin
ning to spread those that
have bought are acting as
our news agents their in
dorsement equals printers'
ink in fact, is better be
cause they have tasted of
the bargains and know of
what they tell.
75c Natural "Wool and Catnelshair
$1.00 Wool, Fleeced, Derby-ribbed j
and Natural Underwear 490
Sl.oO Two-tbread Random Under-
wear, Australian wool T93
$2.00 Brown, Gray and Tan Austra- t
lian Wool Underwear 983,
200 dozen catlu and Silk Teck Scarfs, j
made with wide apron ---250
90 dozen .Men's Suspenders on a bar- "
gain table tomorrow...-. 13Q
Men's Percale Shirts, Including two
collars, one pair cuffs .......899
10 more samples of Cardigan Tacketa.
Who bujs them will geta 2.00 Jack-
et for $3..00
5 Double-breasted Cardigan Jackets.
Brown, garnet and hiue. S3.S0 J
100 dozen more Anchor Brand White Un
iaundered Shirts. For this sale 390
Be&t quality Canton Drawers, made r
with double seat, swspender strap.. ..440
Men's Wool Golt Hose 25a
A. lot of Men's Wool Sweaters. $1
value - 493
8th and Market Space.
Seventh street entrance. Family Shoe Store.
. ,.ver a iujls.i
neater ? .SSeeioenr.J,R
"Y.K 7,c ot a -H5..r-ctnWB "
price" i "'
MviWiman & Co.,
. r 616
Will Go On Your Bond
In criminal and civil cascn. Wfll act as
receiver, assignee, guardian or trustee.
Will prosecute claims ot all kinds, and will
buy and sell such as are assignable. Will
purchase real estate whose title la de
fective or in dispute, or will clear up
titles for owners. Will pay back taxes as
This company makes a specialty ot
street and fleam railroad accident; cartes.
No charge for consultation. Financial as
sistance furnished to litigants on reason
Those about to bring suit for drvorca
should consult the company before takhnr
Washington Law & Claims Co,
JOHN G. SLATEll, President.
Office,, 472 I.m simm Ave. N. W.
In No Case j
where electricity has been given i
a fair aud. impartial trial asa power j
has it failed to demonstrate its i
superiorltv over all other kinds ot J
power. It you have any use for
power try electricity. We'll supply j
the current for power or light. !
b. b. ELL.CTK1C LIL.I111NU CO
213 14th St. nw. 'Phone 77. j
Special Sale of Palms.
FOR ONE WEEK.
I offer for one week only special nar
gulns m the nest varieties of palma fr-na.
5Uc. up. You can get a fine plant lor $1.
J. R. Freeman,
612 13th St. N. W. "-.
8X&$ GxSS!! 43$ 3& 4$ 5x P&
I "Little" Prices For Coke. I
No fuel combines s much quality
X at such a low price as Coke. Makes ?
X a red-hot fire in little or no time 2
V IPnV. Till lIlfltflK Tlir oil mnc V
-- .-v .......w. JJ 1UCIU10 A
40 bu. Uncrusued Coke S2.90
40 bu. Crushed Coke $3.70
Washington Gas Light Co,,
413 Tenth st. nw,
or at the following places:
East Station, 12th and M sts. ee.
West Station. 26th amlG ets.nw--Gas
&S S3SnS 2kJ. & S &&&! &&
IR O STOItAlJE CO.. 10 to 1Q B
-' -- '' et.ne. $1 to 53 per month.
Scissors, Knives, Razors!
Properly sharpened bv expert ontle
und Hiix-gieluliiiistt utueut maker.
C UUEZ, 609 i3th it. N. W.