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LEESBURG AWAITS
DISTRICT MILITIA
Major Neumeyer and
Lieut Smith Arrange
for Camp Site
OUTING TO LAST TEN DAYS
Preparation for Annual Event Assumes
a More Definite Shape Much Out
door Drilling Must Be Done Rifle
men at Practice for Sea Girt
Major E II Neumeyer and Lieut P
TV Smith visited Lccsburg Va last
week and arranged with the owner ol
Georges- farm for the leasing of the
place to the District National Guard
as a camp ground for the troops dur
ing the ten days commencing July 17
next
The terms agreed upon are the same
as last year and the same have been ap
proved by Brig Gen George II Har
ries the comcranding general of the mil
itia who has signed the contracts While
at Leeshurg the two officers met Sheriff
Russell and a number of prominent cit
izens of the town who ail expressed
their pleasure that the guardsmen were
to return with them for the third time
for their encampment
Camp Life Wear
As the time for the annual camp
draws near the preparations continue to
assume a more definite shape and when
the special train rolls out of the depot
at Ninth Street and Maryland Avenue on
the morning of Thursday July 17 it will
carry 1200 as well drilled boys in blue
as ever left the National Capital
For a week past the company com
manders have been putting their organi
zations through a thorough course of In
struction preliminary to camp Guard
duty particularly has engrossed much of
their time and attention and it Is ex
pected that every man shall know well
every duty required of him
Much outdoor drilling is being done
and extended order has to a large extent
taken the place of the manual of arms
During the coming week it Is expected
Major Charles II Ourand the inspector
general and one or two assistants will
make visits to the armories to see that
the men are being drilled as directed
At camp Major Ourand has special
charge of guard duty and last year he
reported that the men on guard appear
ed to lack Instruction in this important
subject
No Room for Complaint
It has been determined that there
shall be no cause for complaint this
summer and those officers who arc
derelict In giving proper instructions
to their commands will be stringently
dealt with The commanding general is
desirous that all the men shall be pro
ficient and the inspector general will
make a thorough inspection of all the
organizations The usual delay Incident
to establishing camp should also be
done away with this year inasmuch as
the organizations will occupy the same
positions as last and the men are being
taught the art of pitching tents
There has been much complaint heard
at each camp of the amount of work
the men are called upon lo perform on
the ten days outing The encampment
is far from being an outing for almost
every minute of the time is taken Up
with military duty from reveille in the
morning to taps at night
Two hours of each forenoon is taken
up with drill in extended order and two
moro hours in the afternoon the boys
are put through hard exercise in the
broiling tun Dress parade is held ev
er evening and almost every day they
must turn out for inspection by some
visiting officer besides which there are
a hundred and one other things to be
done
The cfllcct of the hard work is no
ticeable after each camp by the numer
ous applications for discbarge The
ranks arc thinned each summer and it
requires no end of hard work to keep
the membership up to the required num
ber It is difficult to understand where
the recruits come from but it Is a fact
that a large percentage of the men who
go with the Guard each summer have
their first experience in the field
To Lighten the Work
It is possible that something may be
done by the commanding general to
lighten the work of the men at the com
ing camp for there is no gainsaying the
fact that the troops arc overworked
Not only the enlisted men but the of
ficers themselves feci the effect of the
arduous duties and on returlng home it
is necessary for them to take two or
thre days to rest While the outing no
doubt is beneficial It Is thought more
might be learned If the men were given
un opportunity to observe other organi
zations at work
No selection has been made to fill the
position of quartermaster general of
the militia made vacant by the resigna
tion of Major H II Iarmenter who
vacated the place to become chief of
ordnance of the militia General Harries
has looked the field carefully over hut
lus o far been unable to secure a
man fitted to fill the position
It s understood that it was first tend
ered to Major II D Slimns commanding
the Fifth Battalion but ho could not sec
ma way clear to fill the place He is
senior major in the National Guard and
in line for a lieutenant colonelcy Capt
A I Ilohbins aide on the general staff
vas also forced to decline the tender
t cause of his private business affairs
an J others who were offered the place
turned It aside
It will bo Impossible to secure a man
who can go Into camp and take up the
dutl s ot the office and Major E II
NcjmTcr the commlosary genera will
W clled upon In perform the exacting
i tico at the head of the quartermast
er Icpertment as well as those of
commissary at camp
Lieut PInckncy W Smith has been
s Pgesied for quartermaster general
end It Viould be difficult to secure a man
boter fitted for the position He has
been associated with Major Iarmenter
for o number of years past and 13 pos
sessed of all the qualifications for the
pla -e He is one of the few officers who
could take up the duties at this time and
conduct the department in camp He has
teen connected with the Guard for a
number of years and held a commission
In a Stat miitla organization prior to
coming tj Kj ialcj
When seen yesterday General Har
ries said he had directed that Major
Neumeyer be detailed as acting quarter
master general In addition to his presi nt
duties He said the quartermaster gen
eralship had been offered to an officer in
the Guard but that the appointment
would not be made until after camp He
said it requires two or three ramps to
make a quartermaster and it is not
necessary that a new man be named
until after camp
Major Neumeyer will keep a genrral
supervision over the two departments
and will probably have as his assistants
will practice at the Ordway range for
places on the team
On July 4 the District Brigade team
will take Its first regular practice at
Ordway range and will have regular
vork every Tuesday and Saturday The
candidates are on detached duty and
will not be required to go to camp with
the troops Everyone appreciates that
the team has a big job before It and
nothing will be left undone to bring
about suceess
Gen Ilird W Spencer the president of
the National PIHe Association and Gen
George E P Howard of the New Jersey
State National Guard arc expected in
Washington tomorrow to urge before
Congress the passage of the bill for a
national trophy it Is understood that
everyone Is favorable to the measure
but it requires some one to push It
through at this late date
The measure provides for a national
trophy and also appropriates money for
cash prizes which would pay the ex
penses of the teams that desired to com
pete It Is more thun probable that
when the District team goes away In
the fall it will carry Its own commis
sary outfit in charge of Major E H
Neumeyer In past years there has been
much complaint about the poor service
In feeding the riflemen and with its
own mess facilities the District boys
would receive better rations than any
of flu competitors
It has not been definitely decided when
TTIE TnrES WASHINGTON ROD AX TTNE 20 1002
the Naval Iat fallen will take its annual
rruise but it will not be until after the
return of the lirigade from camp and
nrcbablv about the middle of August
It requires considerable work to fit out
such an expedition and the combining
of the quartermaster and commissary
departments under one otficer is apt to
ilelar matters
Last rear the 1eserves started on
their cruise a day or two after the boys
went into camp but it will be impossi
ble for them to do this again It 0
probable that both the Fern and the
Oneida u ill make the trip this jear
and the men will be eien an oppor
tunity to try their hand nn both the ves
sels The trip will last about seven or
eight days during which time tliere will
be target practice on Chesapeake Day
On account of a part of the 200 and the
SCO yard ranges at Ordway being put out
of commission by fire the Naval
vT eV igK
MAJOR SAMUEL PORTER HOUSE
Commanding First Battalion D C N G
Major S Porter House formerly lived In Winchester Va but came to this
city some years ago In the winter of 1S90 he enlisted as a private in Company
D First Battalion better known as the Washington Light Infantry Two years
later he was made a corporal and was appointed quartermaster sergeant in May
1E94 Three years later 1S97 he was made second lieutenant of Company II
and on April 22 1S9 he was promoted to a first lieutenancy and was made ad
jutant of the battalion under Major Burton It Ross Later he was made cap
tain of Company A
Major House is the junior officer ot that rank in the National Guard his
appointment dating from December 4 last He celebrated his twelfth year In
the District Guard on January 23th He is but thirty one years of age and is
one of the youngest officers in the Guard at the present time
In addition to holding this position in the District militia ifajor House is
adjutant of the AVashlngton Commandcry No 1 Knights Templars captain of
the Almas Temple Patrol Mystic Shrine and a member of the Superior Lodge
Knights ot Pythias
Lieut P W Smith and Lieut E H
Neumeyer
Major James E Bell the inspector
general of rifle practice now has before
him the very difficult lasK 01 Electing
the sixteen men who are to represent tne
brigade at Sea Girt next fall The
twenty four men who have been com
peting for places on the team took their
final practice at the Ordway range yes
terday afternoon and some good scores
were run up
It Is probable that before naming the
team Major Bell will confer with the
commanding general General Harries
was captain of several brigade teams
and understands well the shooting abil
ity of the various candidates However
it looks as though there will be few
changes excepting the filling of vacan
cies
Need of Practice
Some difficulty has been experienced
in getting the men out to the range an
one of the most reliable shots Private
Maurice Appleby has as yet not faced
the targets Lieut W W Cookson
whom It was thought would not try for
a place was on the range several days
last week and showed up in his old
form
Hq will go to Sea Girt on July 4 anil Z
to make an endeavor to win a place on
the American team which is to visit
Canada next August to shoot against
the Canadians for the Palma trophy
Lieut V M Farrow Private George
Cook Capt Alex Summers and others
talion and a part of the First Separate
Battalion were unable to complete their
qficlal outdoor rifle practice Later on
Tn the season they will have an oppor
tunity to perform this duty During the
montn of July the range will be open
for voluntary practice on Wednesdays
aim rrjuays
Infantry Excursion
The annual excursion of the Washing
ton Light Infantry Corps to Marshall
Hall tomorrow evening promises to be
an enjoyable affair The committee in
charge of the affair has perfected every
arrangement and will provide as a fea
ture an individual competitive drill
This will be participated in by fivo
members from each of ihe four com
panies of the Washington Light Infan
try and ten members of the Alexandria
Light Infantry Major Charles H
Ourand Inspector general of the militia
and Capt Leroy W Herron adjutant
First Regiment will be the Judges The
prize will be a gold medal
Competitions for places on the rifle
team to represent New York at Sea
Girt N J will be held at Creedmoor
July S 10 and 12
Because of removal from the district
Private Daniel Williams Company B
First Separate Battalion Sergeant Wal
lace II Hall Company U Fifth Bat
talion have been given honorable dis
charges
The following have been ordered dis
honorably discharged Private Ecna I
McFariand Company C Slxth Battalion
because of expulsion from his company
The Fourth and Fifth Regiments and
Troop A of the Maryland National Guard
are preparing to send rifle teams to Sea
Girt his season to take part in the in
ternational malrhes It will be Ihe
first time that the Fourth lias partici
pated in these matches The Fifth Reg
iment and Troop A had teams at Sea
Girt last ycir It Is expected that all
of the teams will be selected by the
middle of July
During tlic period from July 7 1902
to July 12 1902 Inclusive a camp of
Instruction In rifle practice will be es
tablished on the rltle range at Macon
Ga In addition to rifle practice In
structions will be given In guard duty
and company and battalion drill The
camp of Instruction will be under the
command of the Inspector general 01
rifle practice
The District naval contingent wlii he
interested in the announcement that the
three figure of merit prizes oilerri by
the State of New York to the naval mili
tia for Creedmoor shooting have all
been won by the Second Battalion The
Third Division won the first prize of
f 1C0 the Flrat Division the second prize
of 7T and the Founh Division the third
prize of 150 The iinal shoot for the la
terdIvlsloDit prize was won by the First
Division A parrphlct has been compiled
consisting of examination questions forj
seaman and p tty officers which are of
value Tne questions cover all practical
duties aboard ship and also special
questions as to inland water infantry
artillery and signaling etc
In connection with the encampment a
duty roster is to be kept by each com
pany Fcr the purpose of securing con
formity with army methods mid uni
formity in keeping the record ot duty
performed a set of Instructions and
mod- page of duty roster exemplifying
them have been sot forth in a gcnerjl
order issued by the District militia
headquarters for the information and
guidance of the National Guard
The duty roster consists of two parts
The first is a roster for guard duty and
the second a roster for other duties
GENERAL CR0ZIER
FORMALLY INSTALLED
Inducted Into Office as Chief of Ord
nance Bureau Yes
terday
General Crozicr was formally installed
as the head of the Bureau of Ordnance
War Department yesterdny morning
thus ending a long struggle
The opposition to his nomination was
based largely on the fact that he had
himself invented or was interested in
the Invention of several mechanisms
calculated for use in the army Similar
inventions would necessarily come be
fore him for determination of their
merits and it was held that obviously
he could not be unbiased In such cases
This objection however was largely
remocd by displacing him on the Hoard
of Ordnance and Fortifications
MEDAL OF HONOR FOR
SEN HORACE PORTER
Bravery in Action at Chicka
mauga Park
Recommended by Board and Approved
by the Secretary of
War
Gen Horace Porter United States
ambassador to France who was on the
staff of General Grant during the civil
war has received the award of a medal
of honor from Congress for distin
guished gallantry in action at the bat
tle of Chlckamauga September 20 1SC1
While chief ordnance officer of the
Department of the Cumberland and vol
unteer aide to General Rosecrans Gen
eral Porter at a critical moment when
the lines were broken rallied a suffi
cient number of the fugitives to hold
the ground under a heavy fire long
enough to facilitate the escape of the
batteries and wagon trains
The board of medals of which General
Young Is president which is now in
session in this city recommended the
uward of a medal of honor to General
Porter for his conduct on that occasion
and the recommendation was approved
by the Secretary ot War
General Porter is now- in this country
on a leave of absence from his post and
the medal will be presented to him as
soon as it has been suitably Inscribed
LOCAL MENTION
Order Flowers for Weddings
At Shaffers the fiorfrt llth and 1 sts
If You Enjoy Good Eating
po to tlic Kcntu Vy Lunch Ilooni lltlranil
New York ate Chicken pie torn licrtland
teffff special feature Ojen 11 a in 10 3 p
m t xcept Saturday whrn we cloe att
Beautiful North Chesapeake Beachl
rive inimitfV ride to railroad ftatlun LoU
3U150 lrfi to WOO Hotel Calvert SI to J
per week Saturday night and Minda Tlyi
Anti Smoke Law
Tlioe uho doubt that the iviorrst niulily
of soft coal can 1m unci without Mnoue are
invited to ic ipeit the New Tors Automati
Mioio 1revtnter upon the erVi of the Purity
Ui Coniiunc in rear of Hie Market corner of
ith and I st mv on Monday aflernoon
Try Roscnfclds Pure Ice Cream
and i Secial rates for lawn parties Ihone
Kat 20C A el2 II Street northeast
TentJ All H7cs Cheap Mosquito Nets 2jc
Clilrkm wire 4ilc Im feet Martlets silchtly
lauaispd 2c Tool ISacs worill SOc 20
Swords 2 S lUnsinj er Co llth and II
Fircw oiU J Jay Coulds 421 Olli St
HOTELS
ATLANTIC CITY-
THE F I S M i 11 H 2i Xotth Georgia Axe
Atlantic City X J
Terms reasonable KATK KIOIFEIt
IIOTKb AIDIXE
Pacific Aienue between Michigan and Oi
New Managemcit
I ooUct I- TUHXHULL
jelj Ult
HOTEL ESMOND
Xfw York Avenue anl IJrach
Aitmrlhe nrkes for cool kin room
Quick MTVice Bountiful tabl Kcry modern
toivcnU ncc levaior sea uuirr Da wis cic
Hat tn iwr Acek t make succial
terms fot families and partir i
J TALI MUUTIUCh
OCEAN CITY
OITXS JlXi 21 IO0L
ATLANTIC HOTEL
OCEAN CITY -Mil
Thoroughly renovated newly turnbnrd rooms
Kooms silicic ant en mile with bath Finest
bathing lieach on the Atlantic Coast Jolt
and ItrU
For ratea and particulars address CII S
WEISII of J Oican City Jld
SUMMER KESORTS
Virginia
ieunfain
nesons
And fummer Home In
High Altitudes oj
Chesapeake
Ohio Railway
Most ilralthfnl Hrijlon in
Winch to irnl tba
lU atcil lciui
PAYMASTiB RODNEYS
CLAIM DISALLOWED
Auditors Decision Sustained
by Comptroller
Not Entitled to Sea Pay as Officer on
Active List Status Considered
as Settled
The action of the Auditor forUhe Navy
Department In which he disallowed the
claim of Mr Robert B Rodney paymas
ter United States Navy retired for dif
ferences between 30 per cent of the sea
pay of his grade which he has received
as a retired navy officer and 73 per
cent thereof has been sustained by Mr
L P Mitchell Assistant Comptroller of
tho Treasury Paymaster Rodney ap
pealed from the action of the Auditor
Ho also appealed from the ac
tion of the Auditor In which the
latter disallowed the formers claim for
the difference between 50 per cent of
sea pay of his grade and the active duty
pay of said grade which difference Rod
ney claimed upon the theory that he is
an offlctr upon the active list of the
navy
In concluding his decision Mr Mitchell
gives some wholesome advice regarding
litigation in the departments He says
in part Upon a consideration of the
various decisions by the Attorney Gen
eral the accounting officers the United
State3 District Court the Secretaries of
the Navy to whom the case has from
time to time been submitted and finaliy
by the President of the United States
upon the very point urged in these ap
peals I concur in the Presidents conclu
sion that this case should be considered
as finally adjudicated and that the ofil
cers status In the navy should be con
sidered as settled
There should be an end to litigation
In the departments as well as In the
courts and whether au injustice was
originally done the claimant by placing
him upon the retired furlough pay list
contrary to law or contrary to the facts
as they really existed such action of
the retiring board cannot be reviewed
by the accounting officers My -view Is
that taking Into consideration the state
of the record affecting the claimants re
tirement it sufficiently appears that he
was properly retired for a peculiar men
tal temperament which In the opinion
of the board concurred in by the Presi
dent incapacitated him for properly
performing the duties of the position on
the active list
NAMES OF TEACHERS
MISSING AT CEBU
Announced by the War Department
Yesterday With Their Home
Addresses
The War Department yesterday jives
the names and home addresses of the
four teachers who have been missing
from Ccbu Island of Cebu P I since
June 10 1UC2 as rollowa
Clyde O France Marlboro Stark
county Ohio
Ernst Hegcr 1114 North Fortieth
Street Philadelphia Pa
L A Thomas 2C9 Montgomery Ave
nue Providence R I
John E Wells 2C9 Montgomery Ave
nue Providence R I
A press report dated June 27 states
that members of the native constabularv
who killed a man for resisting arrest
found en his person the revolver watch
and chain which had belonged to Mr
Thomas one of the missing teachers
Bolo Bayonets Ordered
Genera Crozler Chief ot Ordnance of
the army has ordered the construction
of fifty bolo bayonets to be experimented
with Tbey differ from those now- in use
only by having a double instead of a
single edge
i I
A
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1 1 - 1 J irp i
The way So set the best
is via the
REAT MOCK
sland Route
j WHY It is the only direct line to
Ccioraco bpnegs nna
It is the popular route to Denver Jt
I has the best Dining Car Service
c ii 1- a i
j 1 iiiu tiiu ijium fqiajuu iii anu iu i
satisfactory rchcdule and ia the
Wi
tMlzsimfesE fLssi
SXeSSSM
I ofr rs ths lv train only one night
Chirago to C olorado
I It leaves Chicago daily at C4 p m
and arrives at Denver 84 p rn Col
orado Springs Manitou fclnO p m
Another inducement to use the fioch
Island will be the round trip rates of
525 rhicaTO to Colorado and SI5
Missouri Iliver points to Colorado effec
tive this summer br that line Ask for
J details anu tree boons
J Under the Tiirquoke Sky jives tho
j mostfascinatinjdescription of Colorado
Camping in Colorado has full de
tails for campers
P L MILLER P A M D
Ill So 9th Street PHILADELPHIA
SUMMER RESORTS
Virginia Hoi Springs
Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs
Warm Springs
HEALING SI KINO KOCKDIIincn AILM SPRINCS SWKEl
SIMtlNCS SUhKT i IIAHLEATE SPKIXCiS NATURAL
HIUDtiE IEt fCLIlllR MRINCS SALT SPLIHUIt
SlitlMiS T1IL AIIKCIIKN HOTEL AT HUSHES
A- THE IMERUOXT HOTEL AT COV1XUTON
VA Al OTHER WELL KNOWN HEALTH
AND PIKSriE HESORTJ
electric llgiiteil dialr p parlor and sleeping car
trains for above reports leue asiirijton 3 p in and 1110 p m
daily riahin reports In trom 5 to S hours
M uikion Tiiuit Itrort 1amphtfts and Summer Homes Pold
ers can he oLtalmil at tnket others of the Chesapeake and Ohb
Railway lrt Kcurteenth Mreet anl SU Penrsilvania Avrnue
11 W lUlIEl Uentrjl Passenger Astnt Hashiujton D C
LANSBURGfi BRO
Commencing Hominy Tuly 7th and until further notice our store will
lie closed at 5 oclock Saturdays excepted
Bargain News by Which
You May Profit
A Wash Goods Sale Where Liberal
Price Concessions Are Made
This Wash Goods Sale is different from all similar occasions The
owls are not odd lots indifferent patterns or slovc selling sorts but
I hey represent the choicest and mest staple goods of the season Profits
are clipped close to the cot line Quantities are enormous varieties al
most unlimited Three hundred thousand yards to select from Here is
a feast of wash goods bargains that ate uimisiebable Read every item
caref ully
Table Xo 1 Belfast Dimities and
French Lawns These come In all
the newest of French printings They
formerly solil at 25c and 20c a yard
Special at
19c Yard
Tahle No 2 French Organdies
Lace Gardenia and Mercerized Re
gence These cloths we control All
exclusive patterns iThey sold from
Sic to SSc Special at
29c Yard
Table No 3 Imported Foulard
ettcs and French Cambric AH the
newest of Foulard printings also
dots and black and white effects
Sold regularly at 37ic Special at
25c Yard
A value In Long Cloth that has
never seen its equal We have only
a small quantity of this cloth to put
on sale 12 yards to the piece for
98c Piece
An elegant value In Cream Swiss
Mull one of the most popular fab
rics this season The regular 2Jc
material for
17c Yard
50 pieces of very fine India Linen
32 inches wide An elegant value for
loc yard Be one of the fortunate
ones to secure this remarkable value
for
10c Yard
An elegant bargain In 40 inch
Lawn such as is generally used for
lining is actually worth 10c yard
for
6ic Yard
Table No 4 Imported Grenadines
in Woven Silk Stripes colors are
pink llht blue nile hello mats
black on -white and white on black
also all black These cloths we sold
from C0c to 73c Special
39c ard
VVE THE CHILDREN
Till SOCIETY fa endrorinr tn help
n cr the deth rate in the Di trict of
Columbia
THIS SOCIETY is l o endeuvurin to
Lssen human misery anil to proWt the
lives of children and of persons in impaired
health
THIS SOCIETY lus convinced ifelf that
4ntimttijtd raw- nrlk and cresnft are
largely rrscnxible for
SCAHLET KEVER DIPHTHERIV
ClLOSlS TYPHOID AND OTHER
ENTERIC DISEASES
THIS SOCIETY lus carefully studied the
subject ard concluded that
SCAIDINC THE MILK
is the proper ami simple precautionary
measure tint S aldtnjr milk will not affect
its digestibility and that lnik law and
inspection while undoubtedly helpful offer
only pjrtial protection After scalding
keep cool and covcreiL
SOCIETY FOR PREVEN
TION OF SICKNESS
favor a ftrfnsxnt law prohibiting the
wlp or se in Ice Cream of any CHKAM
rot litcuriml
SUMMER COOKING
Kxiona arc rMtiml to tho minimum
cost an 3011 jret quicker doner and
mort effect ive senrit e if u um a
n Harcc instead ot a Coal Range
for the Mtniinrr Cooiinj All MntU
of Gad Ranees here
ao flnni limnr rvniiawnr
aaa ArrLiaRUCCAbnttitbc
1424 New York Ave
KAPJGI
Table Xo 5 We place on this ta
hle all of our Linen Lawns this sea
sons printings They sold from 23c
to 37ic Special at
21c Yard
A P K Special
We have on hand a few pieces of
very desirable styles of Pique In fan
cy stripes such as white grounds
with pink light blue black and red
stripes also a small quantity of
plain colors will be Included The
regular 37lc and 50c value for
19c Yard
Table Xo f Here we offer you all
of our Woven Black Wash Efect3
These cloths you will find are good
values at marked prices from
15c to 39c Yard
Table Xo 7 Contains 100 pieces I
T nwns nil thf ctpnonns arvlpa nor I
j
feet goods full pieces plenty of
dots Dresden and black effects sold
for 12ic Special at
8ic Yard
Table Xo S Contains a 40 Inch
Sheer Lawn suitable for dress or
lining purposes colors are nile
light blue pink mats rose cerise
navy red hello and black sold for
15c Special at
10c Yard
Highly mercerized Fancr Madras
in figures and stripes brocaded ef
fects and combinations cf stripes
and figures These are specially
adapted for shirt waists and shirt
waist suits in unequaled varieties
The regular 50c and 60c grades for
37icYard
White Batiste is a fabric that
needs no Introduction end we feel
confident that it givc3 entire satis
faction This Is an unusual grade at
the price we are quoting 50c grade
for
35c Yard
LANSBURGfi BRO
420 to 426 Seventh Street 417 to 425 Eighth Street
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KHtKNtOOP ttoiaBC House in the city is
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Succc w to MERCHANTS PARCEL 1E
IIVKHV CO
Opacity of S locird conipirt
racats rcrtirc from SlO per month up
BCItfiLAR rnoOK VAULTS for Silrer
ware anI other valuables for rent at rea
sonable riles
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Peter Grogan
Credit for All Wasiingloi t
Closed July Jth and 5th Durin July
and lurrst we close at 1 p in- on Sat-
urdajs o las at 3 p m
Furniture
of every kind
K3 Tth St
Cctneen IX an J I Sti
JiKt as economically aj Uiu rf3I else
where Refrigerators iiattiifa Cas and
uu coolers carnaies and oo tarts
uiuil weeLly or monthly pjjmenU
No notes No interest
X PETER GROGAN
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Tvraatietii Century Matiio js
fcmployaa tiara S Pan
To people cf limited Income we offer special
advantages in all brant lies of DcntUtry W
charge iniy for the materials and labor ami
iot for reputation Consult our patients about
us All Work Guaranteed Dont Delay I
unable to call today save this adv until you
hae lime Good for 10 per cent discount
OPEN SUNDAYS
DR PATTOSS Union Dental Parlor
gio F K W Second Floor
t
l or Summer
i SiALARBAJ
j 1
Eiffl 8f
is the best cure for the malaria that
At AH Druggists
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comes in hoi A few deses will i
uiake you bright atel well t
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vill be ours every day in the jear if jou ots
MILLS COt OPERATING MACHINES
61 VARIETIES
Write for catalog and money nuking sutc tioi
MILLS NOVELTY GO OHiGAGO
II to 23 South Jcffer on Street
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