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and Jumps Into RiVer RiyerBESOTTED RiVerESCUBD iyer iyerRESOUED
Story St ry of Norwegian Norweg l1t Who 110 Wore WoreUncle 1Vorel Woretncle
Uncle l nelc Sams n ains I Blue DlnetRentb Hearts Like Con Continued Oontlnuecl Continned ¬
tinned Chapter of Adventure AdventureFonght AchntnrcllFongllt AdventuresFought
Fought In Spanish War 1Varp Boxer Up Uprisiugr Uprishlg Uprisizig
risiugr nn 111ul in South America AmericaDespondent AmerIoaDSpoQdellt AnierlonDespondent
Despondent over continued ill health healthand helUband heUIand
and inability l blllty to g get t work HasUert N Nar Nartenaen Nrten3en r rtensen
tensen fortysight roars yr old a a former formerwearer formerwearer lormerwearer
wearer of Uncle Sums Irtua bN globe trottar trottarand iroUorand t1O er erami
and and soldier of fortune ortune attempted suicide suicideyesterday suicideesterday sutcldayesterdKy
yesterday afternoon at the foot of ofHalf ofHalt ofBait
Half street southeast by cutting cutt1n the ar artt arttriea art artrIe e eries
ries rIe in both wrists and jumping Into the theriver Uterler theriver
river riverIJe rlerHe riverLe
IJe was rescued r8Cu by b George Raun and andSamuel andSamuel andSamuel
Samuel Kldd both living near the docks docksand decksnd docksand
and nd sent to Casualty CU01 1tY Hospital whore wherelittle whorelIttle whorelittle
little hope IB expressed 8prlt ed tor his hI recovery recoveryXntlvft reccneryNnU recoveryNntIv
Xntlvft NnU of tr Norway NorwayThe NorwayThe orway orwayThe
The story or Nartns NutenHn ns life is a con continued oontinued eontinued ¬
tinued chapter of adventure dventur Born in inNorway InNorJay Inrcorway
Norway he soon became member of ofone orone ofone
one of the crack artillery regiments He Hewas Hewas Hewaz
was made color sergeant Hreant ereant before b4ore he was wastwenty was wastwenty wastwenty
twenty yean ye old and < < nd came to to o this th coun country country country ¬
try to enlist in the army ann here when he hereached herea heroathed
reached rea hed his majority Enlisting in 1883 1883he uahe 1383he
he saw continual service for or twenty years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The SpanishAmerican war the Boxer Boxeruprising Boxeruprtslng BoxeruprIsing
uprising in China the e revolt of the Fill Filipinos 11111pinos Fillpines ¬
pinos all 11 are but a matter of so much muchexperience muchexperience muchexperience
experience to him After applying for his hisdischarge hisdischarge hisdischarge
discharge he went to South America and andin andin andIn
in five years wa was q It figure in six revolu revolutions revolutions revolutions ¬
Undermined by 11 Consumption ConsumptionA
A short time ago as aohf h he cam came to t Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton his health Itb undermined by consump consumption eonsumptlon consumption ¬
tion Unhltf Unahl to secure work he beeame baeamedespondent beeamedesponden beeamedespondent
despondent over his future and ad told tO d the thehospital tbehospital thehospital
hospital authorities that he had ba attempted attemptedsuicide attempttdsuicide attemptedsuicide
suicide rather than tlla become a public publiccharge pubUccharge publiccharge
charge chargeIt
It was stated last 8St night that some m8 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the SpanishAmerican war veterans In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the city will make an effort to have him himsent himsent himsent
sent to some one of the hospitals in the theWest t theWeot e eW
West W t where it may be possible for fo him himto himto himto
to regain his health healthASKED healthASKED healthASKED
Police Notified of Operations of ofItalian ofitalian ofItalian
Italian Confidence Con llllloe Men MenA ltIenA MenA
A J Kane chief of police of Ash Aata Aatabula Aitabula ta tabula ¬
bula Ohio has asked the local police to tolook tolook tolook
look out for two Italian confidence men menAt menAt menAt
At Ashtabula they fleeced tleee one on of their theirfellowcountrymen theirfellowcountrymen theirtellOweountrnen
fellowcountrymen out of a 760 roll with witha
a clever story of taking him out to have havea
a good time timeChief tlmeChief timeChief
Chief Kane says Y1J the two Italians have haveplenty haveftnt haveptflty
plenty ftnt of money of their own and after aftermaking attermaking afterinaldng
making friends with their victim tell him himthat himthat himthat
that they have had 50 OIl left to them themly them1y thmb
ly b the death of ar an anrtneu uncle 1 In California CaliforniaThey CtJlfbrntnThey CaIlfbrsaTney
They say they th y are going olng back to Italy ItalyKith Italyth
Kith ilh th SQGM but are willing wAllin to spend the theether OlethH thetti
ether thH 515008 515008In 15000 15000In 1500GIn
In the final proceedings they ask that thatthe thatth thattbe
the th > third man put up a wad and all is islocked Islocked Isbiked
locked in a box Future examination examinationhowever eumlnaUonhowever examinationhowever
however shows the shapers gone and andthe andthe andthe
the contents of the box nothing but butbundles batbundles butbundles
bundles of waste paper paperOne paperOne paperOne
One of the sharpers who w o gives the thename thename thename
name of Miller is decribed as being beingabout bet betabout beingabout
about thirtytwo years old five feet nine nineinches nineInches nineinches
inches tall and well dressed The Tb other otherby otherby otherby
by the name n me of Scott is about forty fortyand fortyand fortyand
and fie feet four inches Inch tall Both wore
black suits suitsGERMANY suitsGERMANY suitsGERMANY
American Company Would Bnlld BnlldRnllwn BuildRailway BnlldRailway
Railway Rnllwn In Asia Minor MinorThe JlInorThe MinorTio
The Turklh government has ha under underconsideration underconsllJeraUOJt underconslderatlon
consideration an application of the Ot ¬
toman American Development Company Companyof Companof
of New York for a concession to con construct construct construct ¬
struct and operate a 8 railway system In InAsia inAsia InAsia
Asia Minor MinorThe MinorThe IInorThe
The concession has already been ap approved approved approved ¬
proved by b the Ottoman minister of pubHc pubHcworks publtoworks publ1 publ1works
works and by the council of state tate It is isnow Janow Ivnow
now pending 1 > ClK1t before the council of min ministers minIsters ruinIsters ¬
isters The proposed railway rallwft system has hasa haaa hasa
a total of about 2008 kilometers in length lengthand lengthan lengthand
and an 1 involves an estimated oxpeiditure of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about lflOX 180000 COO 000The COOThe iCO iCOThe
The German Ambassador at Constanti Constantinople Constantinople Constantnople ¬
nople has protested against the granting grantingof ant1ng ant1ngof
of the concession conce lon on the ground that it itconflicts ItconfUcts Itconflicts
conflicts with the rights and privileges privilegesgranted prlvilegegran privilegesgranted
granted gran ted to a a German group
The opposition of the th German govern government government government ¬
ment It Is said has caused surprise surpriseamong surpriseamong surpriseamong
among officers of the State Department
because of the fact that Germany has ad advocated adocated advccated ¬
vocated an opendoor policy In China
Morocco rorocco Persia and nd other parts of the theworld theworJd theworld
world worldARRESTED worJdAltRESTED worldARRESTED
Young Man Admits Charge but butClaims butClalmll butClaims
Claims It Is First Offense OffcnueRaymond o OffenseRaymond ffenlJe ffenlJeRaymond
Raymond Hltte twentyone years ears old oldwas oldwas oldwas
was arrested yesterday by Detectives DetectivesBarbee DetecUefIBarbee DetectivesBarbee
Barbee and Vermlllion on a charge of ofstealing ofsttaUng ofstealing
stealing a 150 hat from a department departmentstore departmentstorc departmentstore
store He admlted the charge but said saidthat 5511that 11 11that
that it was his first offense offenseWhen otYenseWhen offenseWhen
When brought to police headquarters
however the flies showed he had a a record recordof recordOf recordof
of two previous arrests and had done
time in the reform school schoolHe schoolHe hool hoolHe
He said that he lived in G street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west near the corner of Third and that
he was a barber by b trade tradePalls tradeFal1PJ tradeFall5
Palls from Sea Wall WallWhile WallWhile WallWhile
While sitting upon the sea wall at tha thaTidal thaTidal theTidal
Tidal Basin yesterday fishing Henry HenrySmith HenrySmlth HenrySmith
Smith sixteen of 25 5 Third street north northwest northwest northwest
west narrowly escaped drowning when
he fell into the water He was unable
to swim but his cries were heard rd by
Officer Stewart and ho together with wJth the theassistance theasslatance theassistance
assistance of tow passersby drugged the theyoung theoun theyoung
young oun man ashore ashoreFire UhoreFire aShoreFire
Fire In n Garage GarageTruck GnrngeTruck GarageTruck
Truck No 3 was yesterday called to tothe tothe tothe
the garage of the Potomac Electric Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany for a fire In an auto owned by Gen Geni GenGforge GenGeorge
George H IL Itarrjts of i P street north nortf1est northwest
west est About S100 150 i damage d8I Are resulted before beforethe beCorethe beforeth0
the blaze was extinguished Xttn I8h8l It is not
known bow the flre 1tr started startedBaltimore startedBnltlmore startdBaltImore
Baltimore Tnrnfent Today TodayThe ToclayThe TodayThe
The Columbia Tnrnvercln will go to toBaltimore tofaltlmore toI
Baltimore I for the turnfest today and
t tfmorrow < morrow A special ear leaves at 7 7i
i dock < lock this morning from White House HouseStation House3tion Housetion
Station 3tion tion Fifteenth and H streets north northQflQ northast northCiSt
CiSt ast astmmttttmn
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I 8 yetre old L 160 f full qn QUZt rt tJ tJOne Uhi
One hi of f the 18 standard Whfckwin Whfckw Thhieetek
n in rtoek lt ek At t its price pri absolutely absolutelypeerleM abeolut absolutelypeerles ly lypeerleu
peerleM Obtainable only at the theI theFtMUY fj fjFAMILY
I QflQ nfl Q 7th 7jL f L No Nobrsuchb branch houses bousesy housesPltoM uea JJ fl
909 St
yy UY y 1W in OI Thcne Phene3Iain27l Phene3Iain27lOUTOFTOWII Main tatn SI 211OOTtlrTOWI j jOUTGFTOWII
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By B United Unit < < State Stat Engineer Band Julius JuliusKampor JuUnsRamtter JuliusKamper
Kampor chief nrosloJan at the th WasMnuton WasMnutonBapaekt WashInatonBaim WashiugionBarueks
Bapaekt Baim t 36G jR p t n nPROGRAMME mPItQORtdE
Mareb Isreh reJa Old CtoflulM CcznisdsI Teike TeikeQwturc
I Qwturc Zamna Harold HaroldHVMtt Har HarVau
HVMtt Vau Uiu ULtIItu4 tt 4 UW IMeLlnio Lre LreSt4on Llnio LlnioEflJqetton
EflJqetton 8 St4on l sKI Verdi VerdiOtrae 1 10txM
Otrae from ie opaLs opera The Fair FairCM FairQoB4 FurCo4
CM Luders LudersMedhy LudersM
Medhy M MaU IF lEII CalHn CalHnTh CaJrinTJt
Th Tha Star SpMgled Banner BannerPOSTAL DannerPOSTAL BannerPOSTAL
Ohampiou Paper 1 Company CompanyWill COD1panJWill CompanyWiII
Will Still tiU Furnish Stock StockfThe 8t StockIhe ck ckQhep9stal
fThe Qhep9stal postal card contract which was wastlte wasute wasthe
ute subject of consideration onst erntlon before the theJoint theJ theJoint
Joint J lnt Committee Comm Commttee ttee on Printing of the Sen Senate Senate Senale ¬
ate and House Thursday morning was wasagain wasa wasagain
again a n taken up by b that body and ang finally finallydisposed finallydl finallyd1posed
disposed dl posed of yesterday morning morningThe morningThe morningrho
The matter came before the committee committeethrough committeeU1rough committeethrough
through the action of the Public Printer Printerin PrinterIn PrinterIn
in an an an attempt to secure the cancellation cancellationof
of the contract entered into several severalmonths severalmontb severalmonths
months ago by the government with the theChampion theCbamplon theChampion
Champion Coated Paper Company bf bfHamilton bfHamilton bfHamilton
Hamilton Ohio of which company Peter PeterG PeterG Petera
G Thomson sr is president presidentThis presidentThis presidentThis
This company was originally awarded awardedthe awardedthe wardedthe
the contract for furnishing the postal postalcard postalcard postalcard
card stock and has been supplying it itsince itsince itsince
since the date of the taking over of the thecontract thecontract thecontract
contract by the Government Printing Of Offlce Offtce Oflice
lice for printing the postal cards cardsAfter carnsAfter cardsAfter
After a complete and impartial review reviewof reviewof reviewof
of the situation the Joint Committee on onPrinting onPrinting onPrinting
Printing unanimously refused to cancel cancelthe cancelthe cancelthe
the contract and decided it should stand standThe standfhe standThe
The Champion Coated Paper aper Company Companywhich Companywhich Companywhich
which was represented by bt Attorney R RGolden RGolden BGolden
Golden Donaldson will therefore con continue conUnue continue ¬
tinue to furnish stock st Ck fa for the govern governments governments governmonts ¬
ments postal cards The amount in involved Involved Involved ¬
volved In the contract covering a pe period period peilod ¬
Lieut Denn Hits Record of f Twenty Tvrentyflve Teny1he TwentyfIve
fIve Years in Service ServiceThe SerlceThe ServiceThe
The formal ceremony of swearing in inSergt InSil1t inSergt
Sergt Dean 1 > 8n as the new lieutenant and andcommander andcommander andcommander
commander of the th harbor precinct took tookplace tookplaee tookplace
place in the office of Maj Mu Iaj Sylvester yes yesterday yeaterday e8 e8terday ¬
terday afternoon afternoonIn
In commenting on the appointment appointmentUaj appointmentMaj appointment3i1aj
Uaj Sylvester said that thl t Lieut Dean was wasone wasone wasone
one of the beet b 6t qualified men for the posi position posItion pOSltion ¬
tion He has a record of twentyfive twentyfiveyears tent twentyfiveyears fie fieyears
years in the service and has never been beencalled beencaned beencalled
called before the pollee board He has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been commended several Ijev ev ral times for his hisconduct hiseonduct hisconduct
conduct on duty dutyCommissioner dutyCommls81oner dutyCommis
Commissioner Commis loner Johnston also presented presentedto
to the now lieutenant a combined ther thermometer thermometer thermometor ¬
mometer and barometer to be placed on onthe onthe onthe
the harbor police boat Vigilant The in instrument InaUU n natrument ¬
strument aUU 10nt is of fine workmanship and andhandsomely andhandsomelY andhandsomely
handsomely mounted on a mahogany base baseOther baseOther baseOther
Other appointments yesterday private privatePpasSaI3O Private PrivatePr PrivateP
Pr P PpasSaI3O aall mane as sergeant James jamoa Ol5onnell Ol5onnellas ODonnellas
as assistant engineer and Charles little littleas lIttleas 1lttleU
as watchman at the wharf One job jobwhich jobwhiCh jobwhich
which carries a KS salary goes bogging boggingNo boggingNo beggingNo
No applicants for the position can be befound befound
I found
Man Severely Cut About Face and andBrnlsecl andDrnlsecl andBruised
Bruised About Body BodyWhile Doel DoelWhUe BodyWhile
While running runnln in an attempt to catch catcha
a car at Twelfth street and Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Pennsylvaniaavenue Pennsylvaniaavenue
avenue last night Richard F Grimes of ofDM of1JIt
DM 13 Eleventh street southeast was struck struckand struckand struckand
and knocked down by a taxicab taxicabGrimes taxicabGrim taxicabGrimes
Grimes Grim was severely cut about the face faceand faceand facean4
and was bruised about the body He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was taken to Emergency Hospital In an anambulance anambulance anambulance
ambulance His condition is not serious seriousWEATHER seriousWEATHER seriousWEATRER
u S Dspt of l Aerfeultare W Wf1Uler atfc r Bureau
r JBOC 2 > iu 8 p Po in inModerate mIodtrate inModerate
Moderate temperature was s general oaeral during Friday EVidaynight Fridayt Fvidayniut
night t awl Sumiar in the Atlantic State Stat the Lake Lakereitoo LakeRIIea LakereIee
reitoo and the Xorthwaient States nod under r the in intfocpw in1hIftOt inlessee
lessee of high tMrometrfe pressure that ewers these theserogtoM thesetIIiaN thesereioiW
rogtoM Moderately high teHirereturc continue in inthe 111tbe Isthe
the Lower Ohio and Middle Mteafesippi 3IIesk 1ke 5l111i 4pS vallejrs nIe and andchange anda
a change che to considerably wanner weather is In InroRww inlwosae
lwosae roRww in the Pacific States and the Western Westernlt Westernlteao Westernlisteau
lteao lt tean region KgtoaThere ftfIiooThere regionThere
There were local J lo cal rains within the last tvrentjfonr tvrentjfonrbows twmtfourhcIars twentyfourbouts
bows in the u South Atlantic and Gulf States the theUpper theUpPer theUiiper
Upper Mbatesippi l1b1 6IP11f Valley the Plains States and andNrr andydeo endNew
New JUxfco In all ether thrr brr regions the weather 1n ther was waifair wufllk wasfair
fair dnrteg dori g the last twentyfour hours The rainfall rainfallWM ralDrlnwa rainfallwee
WM wa hear heavy in South Dakota and Nebraska and there therewere thereiIWe therew
were w hwy beAT local lees rains in 1 the Gull State StateIB StatetJIe StatesIn
IB the MMdto Atlantic and New England States Statesand StAtelaDd Statesand
and the Lake region re icm the weather will to generally generallyfair generallfair generallyfair
fair Sunday 84m and Monday 1IG day with rising temperature temperatureMcdy tanieraturelIosky
Mcdy generally g Mllr fair weather weath is also indicated for forthe farthe forthe
the Northwestern States th the Ilocky Hock Mountain and andPlateau andPbteau andPlateau
Plateau region and the Ohio Valley where tem temperature temperatures ternpeatirei ¬
perature will be above aboT the normal during the next nestfortyeight nextfortreibt nextfertyelgbt
fortyeight hours In the MlssiesJppi Valley and the theSouthern tbeSoutb8m theSouthern
Southern States the weather will w1J be partly cloudy cloudywith clcudrwith cloudywith
with local showers lIboWers and no material change ange in n tern temperature ternpentwe tern1JatnTe ¬
perature during Sunday and Monday MondayThe MondayThe IondarThe
The winds along the New England coast Will be beHsht belight
light 11 south and southwest on the Middle Atlantic Atlanticcoast Atlanticeoelt ttlantiecosM
coast light variable mostly southerly fAlUtherl on the South SouthAtlantic Sootht1uatle SouthAtbatic
Atlantic t1uatle coast light TariaWe mostly easterly on the theGulf UleGaIf theOidf
Gulf o2t rt t light reclaIM riable on the Lower LmO Lakes light lightart lightI8lit lightbt
I8lit art bt 10 south IDI I on t the Upper UP er Lakes light variable variableLocal nrlableLocal variableLocal
Local Temperatures TemperaturesMidfriskt TemnerntureIilltddat Temperatures3IeIght
Midfriskt 1J7 < 7 1 a m JIL 63 4 a ra 80 6 a m 60 60S
8 a m s 7S 7 It a IB 75 1 12 t noon 77 2 p Po m SO SOI 4 4p 4p
p I M 88 6 6p p J m 9 s1sp 8 p m m75IOp 75 10 p m 70 70MaxiMMK 10UublwRi TOMaxlsem
MaxiMMK M minimum edalmusRelative iA Bum tt ttRelative IQneiaUrt
Relative bwmidltjS a am ra S 2 p m 33 Z 8 p pas pDI pa
as Rainfall fS 3 p m to S p m 0 flours Iours of ofWKMM of1U1tih1 ofMRaltlse
WKMM 1U1tih1 B6 per cent of possible sunshine 91 91Temperature 9JTftlpeftture 93Teespereture
Temperature soate date hut TearMaximum 93 93mtoteam 93mmlBmm GOIsifliMum
mtoteam 71 71teovperalarca i1 i1reaperature atenipernturca
teovperalarca < In Other ClUe CitleiTerapsraiHres ClUeTempcatute3 CitiesTeinparateren
TerapsraiHres in other cities together with the theasnoant theaIDOtftt theainount
asnoant of rafafiU for the twentyfour hours ended endedat endedat endedat
at S p Po In yesterday are as follows
Rain RainMar RainMax RainMSL
Mar MIn MInSprn 8pm S p In fall fallAstmllte fallstM1IHe fallAevUte
Astmllte X C 73 W 72 72Atlsma i iAUama TIl TIitIatIc
Atlsma Oa 56 63 IS l 73 73Atlantic faAUaaUo
Atlantic City N J 72 52 66 66Btoaarek I 6 6nNk 6BhMaeek
Btoaarek X Dak 8 58 3 81 81Boston atDIIIIGB 94Btoe
Boston Mass ral 5 r rBssioY 60 EG EGBiI4 5 5Buffalo
Buffalo BiI4 BssioY 1o X Y 80 Si H 74 74OWcaet 14Ohlca 74Ohi
OWcaet Ohlca Ohi e III 74 65 g gscfrniati 72 72QadRMti 1 1ChIe1JtIlllU
QadRMti scfrniati Ohio > 98 t 61 i idhegeene S3 S3Ch
Ch dhegeene j i Wyo 10 H i 45 72 72Darenport iZDe1ftqOrt l2Dveepiwt
Darenport Iowa SS 96 W WDeriTtr BtDen 94Denr
DeriTtr Den Cole so S 0 4 43 43D 75 75D 16Da
D Da Moines 10 Iowa I S 70 78 78Gate iBGalftltb 3 3CaleestTsx
Gate Galftltb CaleestTsx Tex 81 73 i3HIIfM K Knel 1 11Telna
nel HIIfM ca Mont So S 50 51 sII4diaaapoUs Si SiIwltenspotts I II
Iwltenspotts I dla apoUs lad I d SO W 6tJaeklonvUIt K KJaeksoHTill 9 9JaekostvllIe
JaeksoHTill Fk P1 88 72 73 73Kansas 18antat 73Kansas
Kansas antat City Me W C J 70 82 82LiUto SfLittle S SLltU
Little Rode Ark 86 65 i SO SOI g 0 0Los
Los I s Ang ADIf Angeles ls Cal 71 66 5 70 70Mamuttt 10Mantllltte ToMantuette
Mamuttt Mich IId1 M ti > > 8S 63 63lIeuphk 3 3Slewpht 31reutlbh
Slewpht TMHI TMHIJC Tom Si 10 18 18ew 73w
JC ew w OrlMM U 92 92Xw i2 76 7 OI OIfJ 021ec
Xw fJ ec Yerk > rk N Y L 74 i iNort 66 66xortJa 66Newth
Nort xortJa Platte Nehr 82 i iOwalw ee 18 y OIl
Owalw o Malta Nebr i 92 92Plttaburg 11 11FIUsllur iiRitsbw
Plttaburg Pa 81 81PcrtUnd 1 6 62 < so
PcrtUnd PorIIn4Ie M 1 72 7 J JPortland 51 IH SIPortland
Portland Portl nd Orcc 72 7 l lSalt 56 56Salt 72 72Sah
Salt Lake Lak City cu u Utah II MSt iiStLcnIsMe 56 S SSt
St StLcnIsMe Look L Ut M f 90 71 83 83St 83SL 83St
St St Pa Paul L MiMe IhMa 92 9 T ji 70 7 016 01
SaD SnFraeeieceCal SnFraeeieceCalSgrtng8dd S n Prauciwa JlJa Cal S2 S2SprtogWd 12SpiaaIeW
SprtogWd Ill 92 72 12 LM 11
Taecma T c Valla Vw M G5Toledo 55
Toledo Ohio 76 58 70 70rr roYI 70Viug
YI Viug rr MI Mta 68 iilid r rTodapHI is
lid Table TabIJHlsa TableTodeyHlgh
TodapHI TodeyHlgh JHlsa i tide It3t a ra 1 and 111 p m mtJde
Low tide 42S a m mand5IIp and 513 B m mT mT inToffisosUtgh
T HiomwUrsb lItIa tide U13 a m and 1148 1l p 1 > In
Low tid tide i1 311 l a I BL m and 5S p ra raCondition mCondition aCondition
Condition of the Water WaterSpecial WaterSIIal Watersal
Special to Tlte Washinsten Herald HeraldLargest Herald1iaes Hera3 Hera3Uaress
1iaes F Feery < < TJ W Vs 8 June 2513cth rims very nryntdr verym14
Largest L rgest rgestMorning Homing Circulation Circula CirculationS trona
Real Hair Puffs Business Hours 8 A M to 6 P M Saturday 8 A J M to 9 P M MCluster 92 Heatherbloom ZlleatherbloomCluster HeatherbloomPETTICOATS HeatherbloomCluster
59c 5
For Worth w ili SlOO SlOOTwenty LANSBUROH S IUI J H c B ID ROare S 129 129Twenty
Twenty dozen mqre of these Puffs Puffscame A lightweight light weight durable petticoat for forsummer torearn
earn came In a C1 couple > uplc of days d YO ago They Theyare jffifmJi miJm fc i JM H JBlBLj M l B W summer wear In black and brown browndppp brownar
are ar very fry nicely made of real hair hairall dppp dp p tmhrella flounce with fine tucks tuckswith tucksall
all shades never sold for TII TN with foundation oun 3tJon and dust 1 f fruffle vi viC
less than 1 anywhere Spe rVC rVCclal 59 PA C 420426 A2042 I JUST 7H S7 417425 8 8 ST S LJI ruffle For one day Jl fP III i1LY i1LYNowls 1 ZV ZVspecial 29
clal here tomorrow special specialNow specialI specialNow
Now Nowls Is the theTime Time to Buy BuyWhite BuyWhite BUYWhite =
White and nd Colored Wash Goods GoodsWhite
White and Colored Wash yTS Goods Sale at prices that will simply compel the theattention theattention theattention
attention of the most frugalminded woman The backward and cold season hasbeen has hasbeen 8 8been
been the cause of our having a great quantity of Wash Goods on hand which we wemust wemust I Imust
must sacrifice Our loss is your gain Tomorrow we will place extraordinary extraordinaryvalues extraordinaryvalues I Ivalues
values before you Get busy Anticipate your needs and lay in the supply fromthe from fromthe I Ithe
the following big bargains I
50c and 75c 5c White WhiteFrench WhiteFrench
French Crepe 25 C
50 pieces in three styles stylcscheck check plaid and striped stripeda
a beautiful imported fabric and one 9ne which is much muchwanted muchwanted muchwanted
wanted for waists and dresses and underwear This is isa isa isa
a clean up uplast last to be had at any price guaranteed first firstclass firstclass firstclass
class in every respect regular prices 50c and and75c o r r75c
75c To go at yard yardAnother 2 5 C CAnother
Another Big Bi Special Speci l Tomorrow To morrow Is Is39c Is39c Is3k
39c 32inch White WhiteEnglish WhiteEnglish
English Shirting Shirtin Madras MadrasIn 18 C CIn
In three sizes corded checks and three sizes mer mercerized mercerized mercerized ¬
cerized stripes This is a superior grade of English EnglishShirting EnglishShirting EnglishShirting
Shirting Madras lIadr s fine and soft splendid weight and andspecially andspecially andspecially
specially good for waists childrens dresses and mens mensshirts mensshirts mensshirts
shirts This quality when cotton was half the present presentprice presentprice presentprice
price never sold for such a ridiculous price as we shall shallsell shalld shallis shallsell
sell you this For this is lot t on Monday only l at atyard atyard
t18c t18cNo
yard d C CNo
No mail or r phone orders filled
8500 500 and S600 S600PARASOLS 600 600PARASOLS 6OOPARASOLS
200 200The
The most beautiful assortment ever evershown evershown evershown
shown at this price all colors and all allstyles allstyles allstyles
styles including the new chantecler reds redsand re redsand s sand
and the kings blue gilt ribs and an tips tipssome tipssome tipssome
some of the new Japanese shapes all allhave allhave allhave
have the long dlrectolre han handies hancl1es bandies
dies and are worth from 500 500to S2 2 00
I to 600 00 s Special clal at
Officials Are Wondering Just ust What WhatIs WhatIs WhatIs
Is Going to Happen HappenChanges HappenOhanges HappenChanges
Changes Will Vfll Be Made lUadewlth with Idea of ofAdded ofAdded j jAdded
Added Efficiency EfflclencProDlotion EfflclencProDlotionfor Promotion Promotionfor
for Weber WeberWith 1VeberWith WeberWith
With rumors and counter rumors of ofnumerous ofnum ofnumerous
numerous num rous changes soon to be made In Inthe inthe Inthe
the personnel p rsonnel of the various precincts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city police officials are wondering wonderingabout wonderingabout wonderingabout
about Just what will happen happenMaj havponMaj happenMaj
Maj Sylvester slipped out of town townyesterday townesterday townyesterday
yesterday without giving a hint of what whatle whatJ whatIs
le J coming and Is spending today at atHarpers atIiarpers atHarpers
Harpers Ferry FerryIt FerrYit v vIt
It has been stated that the shakeup shakeupwill shakeupwi11 shakeupwill
will affect the he transfer of several cap captains captnlns capthins ¬
thins and lieutenants not with any Idea Ideaof Ideaof Ideaof
of reflection ref1 tlon upon them but on the thetheory thetheory thetheory
theory that a change will bring about a out an anadded anadded anadded
added efficiency Detective JVeber Weberi Weber of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Tonth precinct will be added added to the thecentral thecentral thecentral
central office it is said in recognition recognitionof
of his services In the recovery of the theHornsby theHornsby theHornsby
Hornsby jewels jewelsOn jewelsOn jewelsOn
On othor changes gossip transfers transfersSergt transfersSergt transfersSergt
Sergt Cornwall of the Seventh precinct precinctto
to the Eleventh In Anacostla with Sergt SergtRussell SergtRussell SergtRussell
Russell going to the Seventh Another Anotherrumored Anotherrumored Anotherrumored
rumored change Is that of sending Capt CaptMulhall CaptMulbalJ CaptMulhall
Mulhall of No No5 5 o back to his old post at atNo atNo4 atNo
No No4 4 with Capt Daly of No No9 9 going goingto goingto goingto
to No 5 Capt Williams of No No4 No4would 4 4would 4would
would then go to No No9 9 None If these thesechanges thesechanges thesechanges
changes have ha e been b n officially announced announcedby announcedb1 announcedby
by Maj Sylvester SylvesterBy SylvesterBy SylvesterBy
By the purchase of seven new motor motorcycles motorccles motorcycles ¬
cycles Maj Sylvester S lvester hopes to be able ableto ableto ableto
to put a check on the speeding autolsts autolstsabout autolstsbout autoistsabout
about the suburbs With the announce announcement announcement announcement ¬
ment of this purchase comes the rumor rumorthat rumorI rumorthat
that several of the inotorcycle men will wUlexchanie willexchange
I exchange places with wl the footduty men meni
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8225 225 English fit 1 1Longcloth 7C 75
Longcloth Piece Piece36inchwide 0 036inchwide iP iP36inchwide
36inchwide Soft Chamoisfinish Longcloth 12 12yards 12i 12yards
yards to the e piece i regular J 225 quality qualityTomorrow quality20c i
i 175 17520c
Tomorrow Tomorrow20c oo I
20c Mercerized Merc rized Fast t 121 121Black 9 9Black 91 91Black
Black Bastiste Yard 2IJ 2C
30 inches wide superior quality with permanent permanentsilk permanentsilk permanentsilk
silk finish warranted absolutely imperishable This Thissplendid Thissplendid Thissplendid
splendid color is obtained by special process and is the thefinest thefinest thefinest
finest result yet secured in fast black Spe Special Special ¬ i icial
cial this lot lott yard yard50c 12 2 2SOc C C50c
50c Natural Tan and andDyed andDyedLinenSuitings
Dyed DyedLinenSuitings Linen Suitings 29 C
36 inches wide superior grades fast colors and andshrunk andshrunk andshrunk
shrunk all pure linen These are the kinds much wanted wantedfor wantedfor wantedfor
for separate skirts twopiece suits c This Thislot < g glot
lot only at the price yard 29 < C
24inch Scotch and Irish IrishLinen IrishLinen IrishLinen
Linen Napkins NapkinsWorth NapkinsWorth NapkinsWorth
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These come in halfdozen lots and are areaccumulations areaccumulations areaccumulations
accumulations of the past seasons sell selling senIng selling ¬
ing There are about 30 3 different pat patterns patterns patterns ¬
terns from which to select Positively Positivelyall
all pure linen and a great bargain at atthis atthis atthis
this price Only about H 0 dozen in the thelot thelotso thelotso
lot lotso so be quick
Sacrifice Sale of Dress Goods
60c Black Nuns Veiling 4c 4cStrictly 41eStrictly 4cStrictly
Strictly Allwool Nuns Veiling In a agood agood agood
good rich black noted for its coolness coolnessfor c cboiness cboinessfor olness olnessfOf
for summer wear 60c value valueTomorrow Jp
Tomorrow special specialper 48 C
per yard yardS125 yardS125
S125 Black Voile 100 100Allwool 100AUwool 100Allwool
Allwool 43inch Priestleys English EnglishVoilo EngUshVolle EnglishVoile
Voile In three different weights light lightmedium lightmedium lightmedium
medium and heavy heaV every yard guaran guaranteed guaranteed guaranteed ¬
teed to wear w ar perfectly satis satisfactorily 01 f
factorlly factorll actual value 1 1Our 125 125Our J 1 I II 0 II IIOur 0
Our special price per yardV yardV75c yard
75c Tennisstriped Mohair and andSerge andSerge andSerge
Serge 50c Yard YardThese YardThese YardThese
These are the most popular weaves In Indress Indress
dress goods today Both the Mohair Mohairand Mohalrand Mohairand
and Serge come in cream only with wlthhatr wlthhatrlines hair hairlines ha halines ¬
lines of black 43 3 inches wide and first flrstquality firstquaUt firstquality
quality Youll find that cream and andblack andblack andblack
black combinations will bo much in evi evidence evidence evidence ¬
dence for seashore and an moun mountain mounr mountam ¬
tain tam wear For a day these sta stapIe Crt Crtpie
pie per r 75c yard t fabrics i are to go at SOC C Cper Cper
98c Storm Serge 69c 89c44Inch 69cHInch 69c44Inch
44Inch HInch Allwool Storm Serge in me medium medium raedium ¬
dium and dark navy na blue bring bringsamples bringram bringranples
samples ram pIes for comparison spong sponged sponged ¬
ed free of charge 9Sc value valueAt 69 C
At t t yard yard55c yard55e yard55c
55c Black Mohair Sicilian 42c 42c45lnchwlde 42e45inchwlde 42c4iinchwide
45lnchwlde Mohair Sicilian with a abright abright abright
bright lustrous finish the reversible reversiblekind reverslblekind reversiblekind
kind the correct fabric for suits skirts skirtsand skirtsand skirtsand
and bathing suits Instead of of55c of55c
55c tomorrow tomorrowper 42 C
per yard yardU nrd
U 138 Cream Diagonal 105 Yd YdThe YdThe YdThe
The new Cream Diagonal now so very verypopular verypopular verypopular
popular for separate skirts and coat coatsuits coatsuits coatsuits
suits to be sacrificed for forone j fii ffc ffcona
one day 139 quality To TOmorrow Tomorrow m 1 I II 05 3
morrow yard yard6c ard ardc BWV BWV69c
69c c Cream Mihair 50c 50eInch 50c54Inch
54Inch Inch Cream Mohair Sicilian silky
luster an and reversible only five pieces piecesno piecesno
no more These make splendid g gseparate
separate skirts washable One 50 UC C
aa day per yard
Army Order OrderLeave OrderLeave OrderiLeave
Leave for three months granted 1 > W1ttd First UeutHORACE blestROItACE blest LieutHORACE
HORACE N MUNRO First Cavalry CavalryThe CanJryThe CavalryThe
The followingnamed following narned officers designated as assistant assistantexecutive uslstantezecutife assistantexecutive
executive officers offi < < n of the national matches Lieut LieutCoL IAeutCoL blentCoL
CoL NATHANIEL B THURSTON chief cal ordnance cmlnance calname ¬
nance officer Offi < tt National aUona1 Guard of New York and andJIaj andIaj andMtj
JIaj Iaj THOMAS W GRIFFITH Tvrentyclghtb TvrentyclghtbInfantry TwentrelghthInfantry TwentyeighthInfantry
Infantry InfantryThe InfantryThe InfantryThe
The following transfers In Fifteenth Cavalry C yalIy are anconfirmed areoonftnned areennfiuined
HURST from Troop A to Troop 31 I and First FirstUeut Fir5tIJeut FirstTIeut
Ueut JOHN COCKE from Troop K to Troop TroopE TroopLeave TroopE TroopLeave TroopLeave
Leave for one > ne month and fifteen days d granted Capt CaptADAM CaptADA CaptADAM
ADAM ADA F CASAD CAS D Ordnance Department DepartmentBy
By direction of the tb President Cal C < 11 ROBERT R RSTEVENS RBTEVEXS BSTEvENs
STEVENS assistant quartermaster general generaJtlml re retired yetired ¬
tired from active service to take t e effect July 3L 3LFirst 31 31First n nFirst
First Lieut GEORGE C MARSHALL Jr Twen Twenty Twenty Thenty ¬
ty fourth Infantry detailed for duty pertaining pertainingto
to the Inspection and instruction of the organized organizedmilitia arganIudmilitia organizedmIlIUa
militia of Massachusetts MassachusettsCapt M ManadinaettCapt sacl1usett3 sacl1usett3Capt
Capt ROBERT H C KELLON Coast Artillery ArtilleryCorps ArtillerrCarpi ArtilleryCorps
Corps transferred from With Company to the the41th th thIth the4Ith
41th Ith Company CompanyCapt Comp CompanyCapt nr nrCapt
Capt WILLIAM WILLIA W V HAMILTON Coast st Artillery ArtilleryCorps Artmerrc ArtilleryCorps
Corps c rps will proceed p ed 10 o his home preparatory to tohis tohis tohis
his retirement retirementLeave retirementLeue retirementLeave
Leave to October 21 granted Capt WILLIAM W WHAMILTON WIIA V VHAMILTON
HAMILTON IIA IILTO Coast Artlllny Corps CorpsCol CorpsCol CorpsCcl
Col JAMES JA IES ROCKWELL Ordnanco Department Departmentis
is relieved from treatment at the Army and andNavy andNaY andNavy
Navy NaY General Hospital Hot SprinGS Ark riI and andtrill andWill andwill
Will report in person to the ccmmanding officer officerWalter om oiliestWalter r rWalter
Walter Reed General Hospital District of Co Columbia ColumbiA Coluzabia ¬
lumbia for observation and treatment treatmentParagraph treatmenLIar1graph treatmentParagraph
Paragraph 11 Special Orders No 116 relating to toMai toIal toMal
Mal Ial JACOB G GALBRAITH Fourth Cavalry Cavalryis
is revolted revoltedLeave reTchedLcare xrvokedLeave
Leave en surcecns certificate certlftc e of disability di bIHty granted grantedFiret grantPdFirt grantedFlint
Flint Lieut Li It EDEN C HILL Medical Corps Corpsfurther Corpsfurther Corpsfurther
further extended one month on account ef sick sickNavy sick11eS sickness
11eS ness
Navy Orders OrderThe OrdersThe OrdersThe
The following orders have been iuued iuuedPassed l isuedPassed st1ed st1edPUiled
Passed Assistant Surgeon S rgeot1 F XL E SELLERS S LLERS detach detached detaoked detackCd ¬
ed duty naval station and nary recruiting eta station st sttlo1 etatfo >
tfo tion New N Orleans La to duty naval station stationGuam stationGuam stationGuam
Guam M 1 I IPassed IPused 1Passed
Passed Assistant Surgeon H A DUNN to duty dutyNaval dutyNanl dutsNaval
Naval Medical ledlcal School Hospital Washington WashingtonD
D O OPassed Opa5Cd 0Passed
Passed Assistant Surgeon J STEPP STEP to duty Wa Wabash Wabuh Wabash
bash navy naT yard Boston D ton Mass MassPaiwd MassPassed Iass IassP
Passed P Assistant Surgeon nrgeon L H WHEELER de dePassed detathed detathed
tathed duty Mkrlefta 1 rlctta to dub Virginia YlrginiaPassed VirginiaPassed
Passed Assistant Surgeon C B 1 STRITE discharg discharged dlcl1arged discbarged ¬
ed treatment naval hospital Las Animas Oolo Ooloto Ooleto Coloto
to Washington D C fez examination for rc rctireictnt rttlrmtnt re retircmnt
tireictnt home and wait orders ordersAwbtant orderslIlMant ordersAssistant
Assistant lIlMant Btngeoo E W PHILLIPS detached duty
Cotton Underwear UnderwearFor
For Men 75c Value Value49c Value49c Value49c
49c Garment GarmentWe
We place on sale tomorrow In our ourMens ourMens ourMens
Mens Department Extra Fine Quality
Sea Island Cotton Shirts with short shortsleeves shortsleeves shortsleevtS
sleeves and drawers in ankle nkle or knee kneelength kneelensth kneelength
length srlrts finished f1nl hed with silk front and andpearl andpparl andpearl
pearl buttons drawers have deep twill twillwaistbands twillwaistbands twillwaistbands
waistbands with suspender suspendertape suspendertape suspendertapes
tape tapes reinforced crotch and anddouble ji jidouble
double seat a Toe value While 49 4VC C
they last garment r w
100 Black Wool Taffeta 85c 85cAllwool 85eAUwool 85cAllwool
Allwool 42Inch French Taffeta the thecorrect thecorrect thecorrect
correct weight for princess dresses and andseparate andseparate andseparate
separate skirts for the wearing quali qualities Qualities quailties ¬
ties it is equaled by none shown in a agood agood agood
good rich crow black our reg regular Q f fular
ular dollar quality Tomor Tomorrow ¬ 85 C
row ro per yard
125 Cream Serge 98c 98cMnch 98cfIlnch 98cSdInch
Mnch Allwool Doublewarp Storm StormSerge StormSerge StormSerge
Serge In a a rich shade of cream creamonly creamonly creamonly
only four our pieces perfect goods goodsS2
yard 125 25 value For one da day per 98 C
S2 2 225 250 Skirt Lengths 119 119Shepherd 119Shepherd 119Shepherd
Shepherd Checks Trlcolored Plaids
Gun Club Checks Checl Mixtures Cream Pan Panama Panama Panama ¬
ama Fancy Suiting Gray Checked Pan Panama Panama Panama ¬
ama and Navy Blue Poplin These tab fabrics tabrks tabrice ¬
rice are first quality The Cream Pana Panama Panama Panema ¬
ma la i washable All are 36 inches wide wideorth
Worth orth up to 250 Five yards yardsIn yardsin ards ardsIn
In each e ch pattern 1 > attern The entire entirelength < < f
Ipngth only tc t go for one day at atonly J W 11 1 I S 19 I V
nav naval l hospital New York N Y to duty Ma Marietta MalieUa Masietta ¬
rietta riettaPiy lieUaDirector siettaPt3
Piy Director H R E DIJURY orders if June 18 1
1910 to duty nary pay office San Francisco FranciscoCal FranciscoCaJ FranelsonCal
Cal reroked rerokedPay rerokedPay revokedPay
Pay Director C Co M 3 1 BAY n Y ditached duty navy yard yardMare nrdMare yardMare
Mare Island CaL to duty nary pay office San SonFrndsco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco CaL CaLPay CaLpay Catpay
Pay Director R T M 3L BALL nnespired portion of ofsick ofsick ofslok
sick hare rocked to duty nary pay office Nsw Nswport z Newpert w wport
port fl R I IPay IPas IPay
Pay Inspector G W SIMPSON SI PSOX detached d tAched duty dutygeneral dutygen dutygenual
general gen < r1l Inspector of the pay corps to duty Bu Bureau Bureau Bitrean ¬
reau of Supplies and Account Nary Depart Department Department Departtacit ¬
ment Washington D C as I assistant to bureau bureauPaymaster buruuP bureauPaymaster
Paymaster P cr G BROWN Jr to duty navy yard yardMare rard1Are yardMare
Mare 1Are Island CaL aa u nainsasttr of yard yardPaymaster rudPa1JJaster yardPaymaster
Paymaster T 8 OLEARY detached duty navy natypay navypay navypay
pay office Newport Newpo R I settla accounts and andI andcontinue I Icontinue
I continue other duties dutiesPaymaster dutiesPaymaster I IPaymutu
Paymaster S BRYAN detached duty as 5 assistant assistantto
to the Bureau of Supplier and Accounts and andcontinue andcontinue anduintinue
continue other duties dutiesPayraatter dutiesParmutcr duUesPsyniseter
Payraatter W V A GREER detached duty du navy aty v 1y 1yo1Ice payoffice y yoffice
office San Francisco CaL and continue other otheri otherdutica otherduties
i duties
Woman Drinks Poison PoisonMinnie PobonMinnie PoisonMinnie
Minnie Brooks a a negro living 11 lng at 103 103Fourandahalf 1MFourandabalf 105Fourandahalf
Fourandahalf street southwest at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted suicide last night by drinking drinkingcarbolic drlnklngarboUc drinkIngdarbolic
carbolic acid She was taken to Casualty CasualtyHospital CasualtyHospJtnl CasualtyHospital
Hospital She sh will recover recoverNEW recoyerNEV yecoverNEV
New ew York Y rk June 23 23Money j Money on call was nsmiBallr nsmiBallr2H uvininafly2d
2H 2 per cent to today lay For the week uniform ease still stillruled runmJed stillruled
ruled Ute isnge of stock a cxcitang > loons twins Ing 3 and
2 par cent On Monday the rates wera between between 3 3and 3and 3and
and iM per cent Tuesday Tue h 3 and 2H 2 Wednesday WednsdarI
3 I and 2H 2 Thursday TJmrsda 3 rnd nd 2H 2l Friday 3 and andTime 2 2Time 1Time
Time money tne Q this week was 5 mure active in all ma maturities maturitieS nsaturiite5 ¬
turities There arc usually a a number of six months monUlsloan snanthaloans monthsloam
loam maturing about this time and a consequent consequentdemand con conuqucatdemand umt umtdemand
demand for renewals This was true during durin the thepTMent thepre the1rssent
pTMent pre nt week wk and as 11 funds were obtainable icltlf icltlfmoderate wltl1lDOOmlte with withmoderate
moderate freedom a good business was dose d < Be the thepreference thtprtfe thepreference >
preference prtfe D being for over the year ear money Rates RatesSixty R RatesSixty < 1 1Sixty
Sixty days Ja3U a3 i per P r cent ninety days 3H per cent centfair C centtair t1t t1tfaur
fair tair months 3Ha3 3 a3 per cent fin fir month 4 per percent pcrant percent
cent six months t 44 4 per cent seven months 4Ha 4Hai 4 4tier
i per cent centi centlercanlile centMercantile
i Mercantile paper wasquiet This vas tU not due to toI toa toa
I a lack of material as a fairdied assortment of de dedrable deusable
I usable paper l pttnll was Issued but the temporary absence absencefrom Il absencefrom ence encefrom
from the market of a number of investing intC lug institu instltutlons Institulions institutions ¬
lions here and elsewhere was nt the cause Paper Paperhoverer PaperhOfever Paperhowever
however was fas not pressed prtse for sale and d rates veto wcraconsequently vcroconcquentlr vetoconsequently
consequently unchanged Rates Sixty and ninety ninetydays ninetydAys ninetydays
days bills receivable rt lnblr O 4ha5 U5 15 per cent t choice four f r to toBX toelx tosix
BX six month single Iilc astor < > 5 per cent others othenper 5aH4 5aH4percent 5a314percent
percent per cent
45inch Mercerized Lingerie Batiste Batisteat Batisteat Batisteat
at Half Regular Price PriceThis PriceThis PriceThis
This is a superior quality permanent mercerized mercerizedfinish mercerizedfinish mercerizedfinish
finish specially adapted for waists dresses dressest c cThis T TThis
This lot for Monday only at half price yard 25c 3C 3C12i2C C
12i2C 12 ½ c Printed PrintedOrgandies PrintedOrgandies
Organdies 6 U4C 4 C
100 pieces in a large variety oi qf neat pretty pat patterns patterns patterns ¬
terns suitable for waists kimonos kimon s and dresses dressescolors j jcolors
colors fast This Jot at half price1 price1glOO pnce price price1soo 6 4 c
glOO 1soo 48inch Ramie RamieLinen RamieLinen 59
Linen Suiting J
25 pieces of Extra Quality Ramie Linen Linenthe the kind kindat kindat kindat
at this time in demand for twopiece suits c The col collors collars collors
lors are light blue pink dark green canary champagne champagnegray champagnegray champagnegray
gray Copenhagen terra cotta brown raspberry wis wistaria wistaria ¬
taria reseda mulberry leather apricot tan navy and andblack andblack andblack
black This is is the greatest of all linen bargains Think Thinkof Thinkof Thinkof
of buying a 1 quality for almost half price pric This Thislot 59 r rlot
lot only while it lasts tomorrow at yard < C
100 35inch 35inchBlack
Black Taffeta TaffetaSoft TaffetaSoft 69 69c C CSoft
Soft perfectly finished a rich black and warranted warranted all pure puresilk puresilk puresilk
silk Only about 500 yards for Mondays sale Come Comeearly 69 69c
early and secure this 1 value for for65c for65c C C65c
65c 19inch Fancy FancyChecks
35 35c
Checks and Stripes Stripes19inch Stripes19inch C C19inch
19inch Fancy Chiffonfinished Taffeta in checks and stripes stripesperfectly stripesperfectly stripesperfectly
perfectly woven and fresh from the looms lo ms all pure pure silk 35c lt ltand
and a 65c value for for8Se for85c O3t O3t85c
85c and 100 Allsilk AllsilkFoulards
Foulards at atS5c at85c at85c
85c and 1 Foulards some beautiful figures and scrolls scrollswith scrollsi scrollswith
with navy brown r reseda and black grounds all al pure e 49c 49c8Se f fsilk
silk i For F
85c 24inch Allsilk AllsilkPongee
Pongee Pongee24inch Pongee24inch Pongee24inch
24inch Demirough Pongee all pure silk in black blackand 50 SOc
and natural only a splendid 85c value for forWoo forWool C CWool
Wool Steamer Rugs RugsAn
An indispensable article for an ocean voyage or a trip to the themountains themountains themountains
mountains These are Scotch plaid effects in dark rich colorings coloringsSome coloringsSome coloringsSome
Some are duplex heavy caterpillar fringe large line of colors colorsand colorsand colorsand
and plaids It will pay you to inspect the large assortment we wehave wehave
have gathered to sell at
398 and 500
ALL SOULS CHURCH corner 14th and L Lsta LstaUly5St5 eta staUlysses etaUlysses
Ulysses G B Pierce D D nrinlster 11 a m mjnorniny mm inmorning
morning m < < nincr serrice sermon by Dr Pierce There is isalso isalso is isalso
also kindergarten during the hour of ci morning morningwonhip 1nomhlgWonbtp inoniiagworship
worship 739 p 110 t m Young Peoples Religious RelifiousUnieo ReUnouUn1 ReligiousUnion
Union Un1 11 Th The public invited to all services serricesDIED saricesDIED servicesDIED
JACOBSOn Friday June 24 1910 at the theLittle theLittle theLittle
Little Sisters of the Poor H street streetMARY streetMARY streetMARY
Funeral will take place Monday June JuneIng
27 at 3 P m from Wises unuertok unuertokIng undertoie undertoielag
Ing parlors Twentyninth and M Mstreets lorstreets 1ststreets
streets Georgetown Friends are in invited Invlte invited ¬
vited vitedKERNOn vlte vlteICERNOn vitedKERNOn
KERNOn Friday June 24 1910 at 930 930a 930m 930a
a > m at her residence 452 M street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest MARY A KERN widow widowof widowor widowof
of F S Kern in the ninetieth year yearof yearof yearof
of her age ageFuneral ageFuneral ageFuneral
Funeral from her late residence Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday ¬
day da June 26 at 3 p m Interment Intermentprivate IntermentprIvate Intermentprivate
private Pleas omit flowers Hag Hagerstown Hagcrstown Hagerstown
erstown Md M papers please copy copyLOWRY copyLOWRyon copyLOWRYOn
LOWRY LOWRyon On Thursday Thursda June 23 1910 1910MORTON 1910MORTON 1910MORTON
MORTON B beloved husband of ofLouise otLouise ofLouts
Louise Louts Lowry LowryFuneral LoTYFuneral LowryFuneral
Funeral from his late residence 3421 3421Reservoir 3421Refiefvolr 3421Reservoir
Reservoir street northwest northwf > st on Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day June 26 at 2 p m Relatives and andfriends andfriends andfriends
friends respectfully invited to attend attendSMALLWOOIOn attendInterm attendInterment
Interm Interment nt In Glemood Cemeter CemeterSMALLWOOIOn Cemetery CemeterySMALLWOOIOn
SMALLWOOIOn Thursday June 23
1910 at Peeksklll P eksk11J N Y GEORGE I IO 1IALLWOUD ISMALLWOOD
IALLWOUD O T A T T TIT fl T ln n n the Vuv fittyseventh fittyseventhyear fiftyseventhyear flf rnxn V Vyear
year of his age ageNotice ageNotice ageNotice
Notice of interment later laterWAREOn laterW laterWAREOn
WAREOn W Friday Friday5June June 24 2 < 1 1910 IlO at 1025 1023p 1025I
p m at her residence 411 Nineteenth Nineteenthloved Nneteenthtrcet ZcncteenthStreet
I Street norlh northseet eit SALLY WARE be beloved beloved
loved mother of Noble and Ulysses UlyssesWare UlYIs UiyesWare s sWarE
Ware WareNotice WarENotice WareNotice
Notice of funeralhereafter funeralhereafterWILLIAMS funeral hereafter hereafterVILLtAMSD hereafterWILLIAMSDeparted
WILLIAMS WILLIAMSDeparted VILLtAMSD Departed partet this ute on Fri Frl Fr Frday ¬
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WILLIAMS beloved daughter of ofMary ofMary ofMary
Mary and Jackson Williams WilliamsNotice WilliamsNotice WilliamsNotice
Notice of funeral hereafter hereafterWhile hereafterWhile hereafterWhile
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