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more style stylemore more satisfaction for less money moneyCome moneyCome moneyCome
Come in today and get your Easter toggery
20 M S M Spring Suits 1675
35 M S M Spring Suits 2875
25 M S SM M Spring Overcoats 2000
5 M S M ° Spring Trousers 390 390D 3 390D O OD
D J Kaufman Spring Hats 1 190 I90The 190The 90 90The
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Reminder Bulletin BulletinEASTER BulletinEASTER BulletinEASTER
EASTER SEASHORE SEASHORETRAINS SEASHORETRAINS SEASHORETRAINS
TRAINS TRAINSThe TRAINSThe TRAINSThe
The Pennsylvania Railroad Railroadaffords Railroadaffords Railroadaffords
affords its patrons a compre comprehensive comprehensive comprehensive ¬
hensive schedule of fast trains trainsto trainsto trainsto
to Atlantic City Cape May MayWildwood MayWildwood MayWildwood
Wildwood Ocean City As Asbary Asbury Asbury
bury Park and Long Branch Branchthe Branchthe Branchthe
the great seashore resorts for forthe forthe forthe
the Easter season seasonATLANTIC seasonATLANTIO seasonATLANTIC
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weekdays Through express expresstrain expresstrainAtIantic expresstrain
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Speakers Recount Tales of Early EarlyDays EarlyDays EarlyDays
Days on the Plains PlainsTales PlainTales PlainsTales
Tales of early life on the Western Westernplains Westernpla1ns westernplains
plains were told last night at a meeting meetingof
of the Kansas Society at SS Sixth street streetnorthwest stree streenorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest northwestProf northwestPro northwestProf
Prof Pro Lantz of the Department of Agri Agriculture Agriculture AgrIculture ¬
culture gave a short sketch of the early earlyhistory earlyhistory earlyhistory
history cfKansas c Kansas and Clyde CI de Reed spoko spokoof spokoof spokeof
of the States rapid progress and its re resources resources resources ¬
sources D C Nutting of oitha the Bureau Bureauof Bures Buresor Bureauof
of Construction Navy Department re recounted recounted recounted ¬
counted the story of Its illustrious sons sonswhile sonswhile sonswhile
while Dr W R Manning gave color to tothe tothe tothe
the occasion by praising the women as astha asthe asthe
the most beautifUl In the Union Miss MissMona MissMona MissMona
Mona Roberts gave a a vocal selection and andD andD andD
D a < I Roberts a reading readingColeman readingColeman readingColeman
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According to a report made by National NationalBank NationalBank NationalBank
Bank Examiner Hann to the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreasurrDepartment TreasuryDepartment
Department the defalcation of George GeorgeColeman GeorgeColeman GeorgeColeman
Coleman formerly bookeeper of the City CityNational CityNational CityNational
National Bank of Cambridge Mass will willreach wmr willreach
reach r a h at least 250000 250000Motoring iOoooMotoring 5OOOOllotorlug
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tion Only J3 per hour Phone N 1212MARRIAGE 1212 1212MARRIAGE 1212IARRIAGE
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23 2 Rev Augusta Anustua1 J Duarte DuarteOlirer DuarteOUTe DuarteOliver
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Henry W Wilson 26 and Ada E E Hall B3lIn 21 Rev uerR BerR RevR
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LOCAL MENTION MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCunSONS ENTIQN ENTIQNEXCURSIONS
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Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Companys Companysrt Campan Campanrlearners Companysstesmers
rt rlearners am ra from foot of Seventh street 8 t for Old Point PointComfort PointComfort PointComfort
Comfort and Norfolk daily at 645 p 1 m mSteamer mSteamer mSteamer
Steamer Charles Jicalester for Mount Venom VenomLeaves VemODLeaves VernonI
I Leaves Seventh street wharf at 10 a m and 145 145p lU110m 145p
p 110m 110mCars to toCars mCars
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Blount fount Vernon Is Mont 1Uo t Beautiful In laspringtime InsprIngtime Inspringtime
springtime Str Macalester is making
daily trips at 10 and 145 Sundays except excepted excepted excepted
ed Round trip 75c including everything everythingIn
In the Judgment of the Majority
Donnellys s Private Stock Is s superior to todollar todollar j
dollar whiskies Only Toe qt 14th I IScientific IScientific IScientific
Scientific Baling Has no Better Betterexponent Detterexponent Betterexponent
exponent than Jno G Meinbergs Bread
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GETTYSBURG CAMP SELECTED SELECTEDDistrict SELECTEDDistrict
District Guarflsmcn Will VUI Hold Mn MnnenverB Mai Manenvers
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ineUTer neUTer In July JulyG Julyn JulyGen
G Gen n Leonard Wood and other officers officersdetailed orocersdetailed oflcersdetailed
detailed by the War Department to select selecta
a suitable camping place for the organ organized organIzed organized ¬
ized mUtts of the District Maryland MarylandPennsylvania MarylandP MarylandPennsylvania
Pennsylvania P Delaware Virginia and andNew andNew andNew
New Jersey have officially omclall announced announcedthat announcMthat announcedthat
that they have selected a n large farm near nearthe neartho nearthe
the battlefield of Gettysburg which will willbe wllIbe willbe
be the scene of tho maneuvers maneuversThe maneuversThe maneuversThe
The District Guard will probably re remaIn remain i imain
main a camp for fifteen days starting starUngiabout startingabout startingabout
about July 15 15Xonnarennrlnn 15Nonagenarlnn 15Nonagenarian
Nonagenarian Refuses Aid AidAttempting AtdAttempting AidAttempting
Attempting to board a car at North
Capitol street and New York avenue avenuenorthwest avenuenorthwest avenuenorthwest
northwest about noon yesterday Samuel
Dyer ninetyone years old a resident of
South Brookland slipped and fell to the theground theground theground
ground sustaining a painful palnful Injury to his
leg He refused offers Cltfera of assistance and andwent andwent andwent
went home alone
I IInterurban
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Interurban Line Favored b bFire byj byjJFire by byFire
Fire Department DepartmentCAR
CAR COMPANY HAS THE RIGHT EIGHTAction RIGHTAction RIGHTAction
Action Determined Det rmlned Upon DespitePolice Despite DeapitoPolice DespUoPolice
Police Regulation RegulatlonOhlef Chief Wagner WnuruerInclined WagnerInclined Vnll Uer UerInclhled
Inclined to Think Another Anoth r Style Styleof Styleof Styleof
of IJ Dell I1 Better for Fire Apparatus ApparatusBusiness ApparatusDudne ApparatusBusiness
Business Dudne Establishments E Annoyed AnnoyedThe AnnoyedThe AnnoyedThe
The District fire department will change changethe changothe changethe
the bells on a portion of its apparatus apparatusrather apparatusrather apparatusrather
rather than raise a a question qu lon as to the theright theright theright
right of an Interurban electric line to tomake tomake tomake
make use of a bell similar to the one onenow onenow onenow
now In use by the fire department The Thebell Thebell Thebell
bell In question Is of the ratchet type typeThis typeThis typeThis
This action has been determined upon upondespite upondespite upondespite
despite tho fact there Is a police regula regulation regulation regulation ¬
tion that makes It unlawful for any anyvehicle an anvehicle anyvehicle
vehicle to be equipped with bells of this thischaracter thischaracter thischaracter
character except those belonging to the theflro theflre thefire
fire and police departments and to the thewater thewater thewater
water department also on ambulances ambulanceswhen ambulancewhen ambulanceswhen
when In uso for emergency calls callsBluapiiolntft callsDlllnplJolntll callsDisappoints
Bluapiiolntft Small BayDespite Boy BoyDespite DoyDespite
Despite this regulation the cars of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company In question havo been operat operating opcratIng oporating ¬
ing for some time with bells of otthls otthlscharacter this thischaracter thischaracter
character much to the the annoyance of ofbusiness orbuslnesJ ofbuslnesf
business establishments and the disap disappointment disappointment disappolntment ¬
pointment of the boy who Jumps at the thesound thesound thesound
sound of the gone go to look for tho ccca cccaelon occasion cocasion
sion of the excitement excitementChief excitementChIef excitementChief
Chief Wagner said last evening his at attention attention attontion ¬
tention had been attracted to the matter matterbut matterbut matterbut
but he had not reported It to the police policeas poJlcoas policeas
as he Is inclined to think that another anotherstyle anotherstyle anotherstyle
style of bell which he has in view Is Isbetter Isbotter Isbetter
better suited to the needs of the fire fireapparatus fireapparatus fireapparatus
apparatus than Is the ratchet gongPAS gong gongPAINTERS gongPAINTEItS
PAINTERS FALL FATAL FATALPercr FATALPercy FATALPercy
Percy Burgess Plunged from Roof Roofa n ot otn
a Distance of Thirty Feet FeetAs FeetAs FeetAs
As the result of Injuries received yes yesterday yooterday yesterday ¬
terday morning when he fell from the theroof theroor theroof
roof of a house thirty feet to the ground groundPercy groundPercy round roundPerc
Percy Perc Burgess thlrtyono years old a apainter apainter apainter
painter living at a 425 42 Thirteenth street streetsoutheast streetsoutheast streetsoutheast
southeast died last night at 10 0 oclock at atQarfleld atGarfield atGarfield
Garfield Hospital HospitalBurgoss HospitalBur60SS HospitalBurgess
Burgess was injured while painting the theroof thoroot theroof
roof of a 0 house at 149 1 < < t9 Dolafield street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest shortly before noon He Heslipped HesUpped Heslipped
slipped slid 81 down the roof and over Its Itsedge Itsedge Itsedge
edge striking 8tr1k ng the ground on his head headHe headHe headHe
He was picked up unconscious and re removed rcrnov removed ¬
moved rnov d to the hospital in a patrol wagonfrom wagon wagonfrom wagontrom
from the Tenth precinct station stationPhysicians stAtionPhyocl stationPhysicians
Physicians Phyocl rus found ho bad sustained a afracture afracture afracture
fracture at the base of the skull and andother andother andother
other injuries An operation was per performed p performod r rtormed ¬
formed to remove the pressure on the theBrain theoraln thebrain
Brain but Burgess died without regain regaining regainIng regaining ¬
ing consciousness He leaves a wife und undthree uDdthree andthree
1 1Enster
three children childrenBoater childrenEaster
Boater Lilies and Other Flower Flotrerablooming Flowerblooming Flowersblooming
blooming plants ftc c Shaffer 14th I IW Iw IW
W S Keiiyon Confirmed ConfirmedThe ConfirmedThe ConfirmedThe
The Senate late yesterday yo terday confirmed the theappointment theappoIntment theappointment
appointment of William S Kenyon of ofIowa otIowa ofIowa
Iowa as assistant to the Attorney Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral to succeed Wade H Bills who re resigned resigned resigned ¬
signed to become chairman of the Ohio OhioRepublican OhIoRepubl1can OhioRepublican
Republican State executive committee
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YOUREASTERSIIOES YOUREASTERSIIOESYou YOUR EASTER SHOES SHOESYou
You will find the new PATRICIAN PATRICIANSTYLES PATRICIANSTYLES PATRICIANSTYLES
STYLES for spring in perfect accord accordwith accordwith accordAi
Ai e with the latest Dress Modes This season seasonbeauty seasonbeauty
0 beauty is is more than ever the keynote of ofPATRICIAN ofPATRICIAN ofL
L PATRICIAN The charming supple supplenew supplenev suppledesigns
new designs may be worn without the thethought thethought thef
f thought of sacrificing ease and comfort comfortEaster comfortEaster comfortSSE
SHOE SSE Easter Favorites FavoritesColonials FavoritesColonIals
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Colonials Strap Pumps Tan Pumps PumpsTan PumpsTan
Tan Oxfords Ankle Ties Oxford OxfordTies OxfordTies OxfordTies I
Ties Gibson and Christy Ties TiesPatrician TiesPatrician
Patrician Shoes cost cO more m ore to manufacture manufacturetHan manufacturew
w 3 50 tHan any other womens s footwear made re retailing rctailing retailing ¬ 4 00
= tailing for less than th n 500 a pair pairRobert pairRobert pairRobert =
Robert Berberichs Sons SonsWashingtons SonsWashingtons SonsWashingtons
Washingtons Largest and Most Progressive Shoe House HowseEstablished HouseEsthed HouseEsti
Established Esti hed 1116182022 SEVENTH STREET ESSS f LandeM LandeMl tM I
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Sugar Dish and andWe Creamer I IVe
We Ve a are giving nivin customers this daint dainty Y Sugar Su r Dish Dishand Dishand
and Cream Pitacher PitacherA Pitcher A 5 soc Dc < purchase P PExtracts urchase of Tea Coffee CoffeeExtracts CoffeeExtracts
Extracts Spices or A P Baking Powder at any anyone anyoneof one oneof oneof
of our Washington stores or market stands or at our Alexandria store 525 King street entitles you to this Easter souvenir They The r will not be given given with other goods
Eggs for Easter EasterWe East r rVe
We Ve supply you with fresh eggs eggsfrom eggsfrom
from nearby farms guaranteed guaranteedgood guaranteedgood guaranteedgood 2 3 C
good Per dozenBrookfield dozen dozenBrookfield dozenBrookfield
Brookfield Eggs doz 26c 26od 26cGood 26cood
Good ood d Coffee CoffeeIts
Its here at your service We Ve sell only coffees coffeesof coffeesof coffeesof
of the highest good quality our own own wn selections and andblends andblends andblends
blends Two great and growing favorites in Wash Washington Washington Vashington ¬
ington are our Senate and Congressional blends blendsThey blendsThey blendsThey
They have been before the people of this city for
30 years and are established in good name nameSENATE nameSE nameSENATE
SENATE SE ATE BLEND lb lq 25c 5 SIbs for115 for115CONGRESSIONAL lbs for 115 115CONGRESSIONAL 115CONGRESSIONAL
CONGRESSIONAL BLEND lb 35c 3 lbs Ibsfor lbsfor lbsfor
for 100 100Other 100Other 100Other
Other good grades lb 15c 20c 30c and 40o
Fig Newtons lb lOo lOoCampbells 100CampbcIls l0cCampbells
Campbells Soups 3 cans cansfor cansfor cansfor
for 25c 25cStrained 250Strained 25cStrained
Strained Tomatoes can can 5e 5eA 50A 5eA
A P Tomatoes N Y YState YState YState
State can 12i2o 12i2oImported 121120Imported 2 c
Imported Peas surextra surextrafine surextrafine surextrafine
fine can 18c 18cImported 18cImported 18cImported
Imported Peas 111 Moyens Moyenscan 0 yen y e n 5 5can scan
can 13c 13cA 130A 13cA
A P Peas can 15c 150Sultana 15cSultana 15cSultana
Sultana Peas can 12c 12clona 12clona 12eIona
lona Peas can 10c 10cA 100A lOeA
A P Fancy Maine faine Corncan Corn Corncan Corncan
can 12i2c 12i2cSultana 121j2cSultana
Sultana Corn can 10c 10clona 100lona 10cIona
lona Corn can 8eMushrooms 8e 8eMushrooms 80vI
Mushrooms vI ushrooms first choice choicecan can 25c 25cMushrooms 25cMushrooms
Mushrooms 11 ushrooms extra choice choicecan choicecan choicecan
can 30C
Best Est Grade of ofigin ofElgin ofEign
Elgin igin Creamery CreameryButter CreameryButler
Butter per lb lb37o lb37c lb37c
37c
Threeday Reduction ReductionThursday ion ionThursday
Thursday Friday and Saturday we offer at all stores and andmarket andmarket
market stands I
Yellow Corn Flakes FlakesIDC flakesIOc
IOC value valueGrandmothers valueGrandmothers 5 C CGrandmothers
Grandmothers Oat Oatmeal Oatmeal ¬
meal paclfages paclfagesPrunes Pac ges gesPrunes 25 C CPrunes
Prunes 65 to pound poundpackages poundpackages
packages packagesotatoes packagesPotatoes 21 21packages C CO
Potatoes Potatoesbu otatoesbu O
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lona IO Tomatoes O 3 3cans 3cans 20c 20cL
cans cansLaundry cansLaundry n
Laundry L Starch r 7 7Ibs 7lbs 25c 25cSpinach
lbs IbsSpinach lbsSpinach
Spinach 25 C CPure
3 cans cansPure cansurn
Pure urn Lard Lardat
at whole sale cost lb 17 C
A P Flour
Regular sVslb bags 15c 15cRegular 15cRegular 15cRegular
Regular 7lb bags 29c 29cRegular 290Regular 29cRegular
Regular I2j4lb bags 43c
Hotel Mushrooms IvI ushrooms can an 20c 20cEmpire 200Empire 20cEmpire
Empire Brand Pickles small smallbottle smallbottle smallbottle
bottle lOc lOcRolled 10cRol1ed 1OeRolled
Rolled Oats lb 40 4cA 40A 40A
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large doz 25o 25oGrapefruit 250Grapefruit 25eGrapefruit
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