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19 198 198THE 8
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THE GENUINE > WALKOVER SHOES SHOESEVERY EVERY PAIR STAMPED ON THE SOLE WITH THE TRADEMARK TRADEMARKall
all are patent leather lcatb r oxfords Also a lot of the celebrated Ralston Oxfords O tords In gun metal button style gray
cnIt n 1 if twoe1e1et tPaAvpPt 1A patent ntLt nt < leather leather
L 8150 S1seto 150 to S250 White Pumps PumpsWOMENS PumpsWOMENS
WOMENS WHITE CANVAS PUMPS MADE IN INthe IN9e INJe 95 C Cer
9e the Je strap style welt and turn soles white and leath leather leather
er heels heelsMISSES heelsMISSES heelsMISSES
I MISSES AND CHILDRENS WHITE CANVAS CANVASPumps CA1IV CANVASc AS
c Pumps and nd Oxfords Values 5150 160 and nd 52 Sizes 6 to 2 2In 2In 97 C
In the Clean Sweep at atMENS atMENS atf
f MENS AND A D WOMENS WOME S OXFORDS AND ANDTHIGH THIGH THIGHShoes HIGH HIGHShoes
Shoes many mnn kinds and styles broken sizes Values 97 C
2 and 5250 260
S250 250 Womens Ties TiesWOMI3NS f
WOMENS WOME S PUMPS AND GIBSON TIES IN J 1 I 29
tan patent leather all new styles Sold Soldeerwhere Soldeverywhere U JL JLeverywhere <
everywhere at 250 250MISSES 25QMISSES nr nrMISSES
MISSES AND CHILDRENS TAN PATENT LEATH LEATHer f fer
price er and Gun Metal Pumps Sell at 2 Sizes S to 2 Sale Saleprice 89 < YC C
WOMENS PATENT TIP AND A T PLAIN TOE JU JUlietg 311ltet
Hers ltet rubber heels Value Value J2 2 In the thoClean Clean Sweep at 89 C
Hosiery and Underwear
I Womens Sl25 125 Silk Hose HosteWOMENS Hos
WOMENS WOM S BLACK SILK HOSE WITH LISLE LISLEsoles LISLEsoles 69 U C
soles and tops Sold regularly up to 5125 125
Mens Hose HoseMens 1 1J 1I
I J J Mens 1ens Seamless Black Hose HoseSold Hose02C Hose02CSold 6 2 C Ct
j t Sold Usually snall siia1ly at lOc and 12i2c 12i2cAll l21f2cAll 12lc 12lcL 12lcAll
L All sizes
I Toilets Toilets25c Toiletsin
in th Big BigSale BigSale
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25c Sanltol Face Cream CreamWilliams 14c 14cWllUams
i Williams Mug Shaving Shavln ShavInSoap Soap 2 for for2Sc or or25c or2c
2Sc Sanltol liquid liquidlOc > 14e 14e10c 14elOc
lOc Reverie Talcum Powder Powder25c Powder2c 5c 5c5c
25c 5c Sanltol Toothbrushes Toothbrushesac I4c I4cSc 14C5c
ac Sc Rexoleum 3 for for25c for25c ric ric25c
25c Danderine DanderinelOc DanderinolOc 15c 15clOe
lOc La Grasse Face Powder Powder2Sc Powder2e l c c2ic
2Sc Blairs Cucumber Cream Cream60c I g13c g13c50c 13c 13c50c
50c Coke Dandruff Cure Curelc 3c 3c1c c
lc b Peroxide of otH1drogen Hydrogen A APerfect 1c 1cPirtt 7cPerfect
Perfect Talcum al Powder with It cake e Toilet Il Soap Soapfree Soapfree
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Mens MensHose MensHoseMens Hose 1 1Mens
Mens 1ens Seamless Black 121 J JHose I 2C 2CHose
Hose that sell at 19c regularly regularly reg ¬
ularly All sizes in the sale I
I Silk Hose HoseMENS
MENS 75c 5c PLATED PLATEDSilk PLATEDSilk PLATEDSilk 35 35c C
Silk Hose In all colors
Selling usually at 75c15c 75ct 75c The15c
t 15c Hose HoseWOMENS S
I WOMENS SEAMLESS SEAMLESSVHose 9 9c C
I Hose In black bla k and tan tanwith tanwith tanwith
with white feet all sizes s1ze
Sell S lI at 15c 15cUnion lieUnion 15cUnion
Union Suits SuitsWOMENS S SiiitsWO2EENS its
WOMENS y Olf E N S LISLE 39 39c 39cined C Cmed
Union Suits Sutt lace trim trimmed ¬
med tight knees Sell Sellup Sellup Sellup
up to fl 1
9x12 Wilton Rugs RugsSale RugsSale RtisSale
Sale Price Price26e95
2695
9x12 WILTON RUGS PURCHASED PURCHASED FOR FALL OF
1910 selling all beautiful new designs and colors colorsvalues colorsvalues colorsvalues
values UO 40 O 548 48 and 62 6230x60 6230x60 6230x60
30x60 BOKANYA RUGS IN L HANDSOME HANDSOMEOriental PJf
Oriental Patterns guaranteed guarnnt d fat colors 79 VL C
sell at 150 usually for this sale eo eo
I ir e 4 SHIRTS SHIRTSIN
IN THE SALE
50c 5OcShirts 5OcShirtsMENS Shirts ShirtsMENS
MENS PERCALE PERCALEShlrt PERCALEShIrtS PERCALEShlrts 25 C Ccutts
ShIrtS < with separate separatecuffs eparatel eparatelcuffs I
cuffs extra well made madesizes madesizes
sizes 14 to 17 17yi
E yi 2 2Shirts Shirts ShirtsMENS
MENS FINEST FI ST MA MAdras M MAdras 9S C I
dras Percale and andPongee andPongee
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Silk and andLlfleflshtrts Linen Shirts
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T JE1SOFALEXANDRIA JE1SOFALEXANDRIAFiremen NEWS OF ALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIAFr
Fr Firemen 11 W Want nt Half Hoi jaylor jay iayfor layS layfor
for Big Parade ParadeWASHINGTON Paradei
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i WASHINGTON MEN EN INVITED INVITEDPerseverance INVITEDP INVITEDPersverance
Perseverance P rsferance Lodge of Rechnbitca RechnbitcaTVill n Rechabiteswin chablte chablteVl11
win Gelebrate Fifth Anniversary AnniversaryThis AnniversaryI AnnlversnryThts
This Thi s BTeninBT EvcnfngKlnrr Kins Street Build Building DulldIng BuildIg ¬
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ing Changes Ownership OwnershipThe The City CityTfeensurer0 CU CUT Cityc
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E F < Jh1tep hop Knight ht fS S KIn Kthg street Alenlldrb AlenlldrbVt AIeaadxIavs
V Vt is authorized Auth rUed agtpt atDf and carrier for The Wash Washington WaMIngton WaiS ¬
S ington Serald 1I r11d Tie Hemld will be delivered dilljrocd daU daUADd dilly dillyijd
ocd Sunday 8unds to any address In Alexandria for 40 Wctnts 40centa 40S 40ce1313
S ctnts a month monthWASHINGTON monthW mouthWASHINGTONBERALD
WASHINGTON W WASHINGTONBERALD 5HL GTON HERALD BUREAUs BUREAU
625 s 5 KiHS Kip Street StreetAlexandria StttetAI StreetS StreetAlexandria
S Alexandria AI andrla Va July Ju 14 HA A committee committeehas committeehas committeehas
has been een appointed by the local commlt commlttoe commlttoe commitS
S toe in charge ot arranging for the fire firemens fireroens ¬
5 mens annual convention c nentlon to try try to have havethe havethe havethe
the afternoon ternoon of otAugust August ugust 26 5 which will willbe w11lbe willbe
be the day of the big street parade of the thefiremen thefiremen thefiremen
firemen made a a half holiday In the city cityThis cttyThis cityThis
This committee Is composed of J R N NCurtln NCutUnTohn NCurtin
Curtln CutUnTohn John Leadbeater Roger C Sulli Sullivan Sulllan Sullivan ¬
van an J H 1L Trlmyer W A Smoot sr L LE LE LE
E Uhler P M r Bradshaw Courtney CourtneyAaton CourtneyAQton CourtneyAGtofl
Aaton George W Peiteyf Pe ey J F Pattey PatteyK PotteyIr
5 K W Ogden and Joseph de Silva SilvaTley SilvaTqe1 SilvaTley
Tley Tqe1 will wait upon Mayor Pan the thevarious thevaitous thevarious
various railroad officials and members membersof
of the Chamber of Commerce comhierce and Retail RetailMerchants RetallM RetailI
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I Merchants M rchqntB Association AssociationTheinvitatlon AssoclntIonhelnvltation AssociaUonI
I Theinvitatlon committee will call upon I IChJet
I Chief Wagner of the Washington fire firedepartment ftr ftrdepar4nent firedeparttnent
department next week and request that thator thatnl thatI
I or nl Le many firemen from Washington WThinonI as aspossible asPQsslble
I possible be sent here on that occasion occasionto occasion occasionto
E to take part In the parade paradeReports paradeReports paradeBepotts
Reports were received from many com companies compaolqs cornpanies ¬
panies throughout the State announcing announcingthat announcingthat announcingthat
that they would bring many firemen here hereon hereon hereon
on the occasion of the celebration The TheI
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I 75c Shirts ShirtsMENS
MENS PERCALE PERCALEand PERCALEand PERCALEand 38 38c C CI
and Madras Shirts Shirtsalso Shirtsalso
I also Soft Shirts with withattached withattached withattached
attached collars collars29c coUars29c collars29c
gan 29c MENS ME Underwear Underwear UnderwearMENS S BALBRIG BALBRIQgan BALBRIGgan BALBRIGgan shirts shirtsand 15 1k 1kand C Cand
and drawers sell at at29r
29r 29 Sale price 16c
committee during the progress of the thecelebration thecelebration thecelebration
celebration will have its headquarters in inthe inthe inthe
the rooms of the chamber of commerce commerceArrangements commerceArrangements commerceArrangements
Arrangements have been completed by byPerseverance b bPerseverance b7Perseverance
Perseverance Tent No 1093 Order of ofRechabltes otR ofReohabites
Rechabltes R hab1tes for the the celebration of Its Itsfifth Utifilth Itsfth
fifth fth anniversary tomorrow tomorr w evening evenl g at atIts ntIts atits
Its hall on North Pitt street An Inter Interesting Interesting interesting ¬
esting musical and literary Uterar programme programmewill DrogrammewUJ programmewill
will be given At the conclusion of the theaffair theaffair theaffair
affair refreshments will be served A Anumber Anumber Arnzrnber
number of members of the order from fromWashington tromWashington fromWashington
Washington will be in attendance attendanceMrs attendanceMrs attendanceIrs
Mrs Irs Sarah Ann Rose has purchased purchasedfrom purchasedfrom purchasedfrom
from Robert Elliott a twostory brick brickstore brickstore brickstore
store and dwelling on the south side of ofKing ofK1ng ofKing
King street between Royal and Fair Pairfax Fairfax Fairfax
fax streets The Th deed was recorded recorded to touay toy toy
uay y In the office of the clerk of the theCorporation theCorporation theCorporation
Corporation Court CourtJames CourtJames CourtJames
James I L infant infant son n of Mr and Mrs MrsJohn lfrsJohn MrsJohn
John Magnor died last evening at his hisparents hi3parents hisparents
parents home 1012 Duke street streetGeorge streetGeorge
George Brooks and Mary Brooks ar arrested arrested oxrested ¬
rested on suspicion of stealing st allng brass brassborings brassborings brasaborings
borings from the Southern Railway Com Company Companywere Coinpany ¬
pany panywere were acquitted in the Police Court Courtthis Courtthis Courtthis
this morning morningWilfred morningVUtred morningWilfrcd
Wilfred Robinson son of City Treasurer TreasurerThomas TreasurerThomas TreasurerThomas <
Thomas W V Robinson was painfully cut cuton cuton cuton
on the tie right leg today by running against againsta j
a mowing machine The lads Injuries Injurieswere Injurieswere inJurieswere
were dressed dr sse by Dr Arthur Snowden SnowdenAmong SnowdenAmong j jt
i iAmong
t
Among the visitors at Old Christ Epis Eplscopal Episcopal EpIscopal
copal Church today were Mrs Irs Mollle R RMacglll RMacgIU RMacgill
Macglll Rosenberg and Charles P Mac Macgill Macgill Macgill
gill Galveston Tex Mr Macglll Is well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known here as a student and teacher at atthe atthe atthe
the Episcopal Eplsc al High SchooL SchooLAnnouncement SchooLI SchooLAnnouncement
I Announcement is made by the local localboard localboard
i board of civil service service examiners of a anumber a anumber anumber
number of examinations examinationswhich which will le leheld leheld e eheld
held in this city August 10 10Al 10AI 10Al
Al OrtU to Quit QuitLynchburg QuitLnchburg QuitLynchburg
Lynchburg Va T July 14 HAI A1 Orth who whowas whowas whowas
was released this week by Indianapolis Indianapolishas
has come home and he wljl probably probablynot probablynot probablynot
not play ball a again T3ln < aln Orth realizes that thathis thothis thathis
his career In fast company c mpany Is at an end endHe endHe j jHe
He hastens to repentance who hastily hastilyJudges hasfltyjudges hastily3udges
Judges
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PARK AGNEW IS DEAD DEADProminent DEADProminent DEADProminent
Prominent Republican Ex Expires Exl Expires ¬
pires l > ires in Alexandria AlexandriaWAS 1exaudria 1exaudriaWAS
WAS NATIVE OP MARYLAND MABYLANDBesides MARYLANDnelhl
Besides nelhl Being Engaged in 3Iany 3IanyBaaincB 3In 3Influsine UnJBusinellil S
BaaincB Enterprise lie Served Servedas SerTcd SerTcdn Servedas
as n Postmaster Under President PresidentHarrison PrehlentHarrIson PresidentHarrison
Harrison and Held Other High Of Official OlfIcial Official ¬
ficial Position POllltionaDurJnl Burial Tomorrow TomorrovrPark TomorrowPark TomorrowPark
Park Agnew for six years chairman of ofthe otthe
the Sttte St he Republican committee of Vir Virginia Virginia ¬ S
ginia died at 335 3 oclock yesterday aft aftjjrnoon aftcrnoon aftrnoon S
jjrnoon rnoon at his home SOS South Pjtt Pjttstreet PJttstreet RIt RItstreet
street Alexandria after a lingering Ill 111ness mness Illness
ness Cirrhosis of the liver was respon responsible responsible responsible ¬
sible for his death deathMr deathMr deathMr
Mr Agn Agnv AgnF v was a native of Maryland Marylandand Marylandand Marylandand
and a a son of the late John P Agnew AgnewHe AgnewI AgnewHo
I He was waS sixtythree sixty3three years old and be besides besides besides ¬
sides his wife who was a a Miss Bell he heIs heIs heis
Is survived by b the following children childrenMrs childrenMrs childrenMrs
Mrs Walter Rogers Mrs Rhetta Dema Demarest Demarest Demarest
rest of Washington Miss Mamie Agnew Agnewand Agnewand Agnewand
and John Agnew His mother and three threesisters thre thresisters threesisters
sisters also survive surviveFuneral su surviveFuneral he heFnneral
Funeral Services Tomorrorr TomorrorrFuneral TOJDorrowFuneral TouorrowFuneral
Funeral services will be held at 6 6oclock 6oclock 6oclock
oclock tomorrow tomorrow afternoon from his hishome hishome hishome
home Rev Re J R Th Sevier pastor of the theSecond theSecond I ISecond
Second Presbyterian Church will con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct the services The pallbearers have havenot havenot havenot
not been selected selectedSince selectedSlnM selectedStne
Since early youth Mr Agnew had been beena beena
a resident of Alexandria Alex ndrla and in addition additionto
to beiijg belt be1r engaged In many business buslnes enter enterprises enterprISas enterprfas ¬
prises w was as prominent in h the ranks of the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican party In n 1S73 he became as associated assoclatEd assedated ¬
sedated wltn wltfi his father John P Agnew AgnewIn AgnewIn gne gneIn
In the coal and nd shipping business He Hewas HeWi1S Hena
was na elected a member of the board of ofaldermen otaldermen ofaldermen
aldermen from the First ward In 18S9 and andin andIn andin
in the same year ear was chosen ch sen postmaster postmasterunder postmasterunder postmasterunder
under President Harrisons administra administration administration administration ¬
tion He then relinquished his member ¬
ship on the board of aldermen aldermenIn
In 1S Mr Agnew opposed Gen W H HP HF HF I
F Lee for Congress and carried his hishome hishome hishome
home city and a d district by a large ma majority majorlt1 majorlty ¬
jority
Lost Political Position PositionUnder PositionUnder Positiontinder
Under President McKInley Mr Agnew Agnewwas Agnewwas
was was appointed collector of internal rev revcnue revenue revcub
cnue cub and served served from 1S37 to 1905 being beingappointed beingeppolntd beingappointed
appointed for two terms of four years yearseach yearseach yearseach
each This was the last political posi position position posltion ¬
tion he held Since then he has re refrained r rtrained rtrained ¬ l
trained ff from om active participation In Ir po political poUUQal palitiqal ¬ I
litical affairs and devoted devoted most of f his histime hist1m histime
time t1m to business Interests InterestsMr interests interestsMr InterestsMr
Mr Agnew was the head of the John JohnP JohnP JohnP
P Agnew Coal Company of Washington WashingtonHe
He was president of the Marine Railway
Shipbuilding and Coal Company of ofAlexandria ofAlexandrl ofAlexandria
Alexandria owner of the Bromllaw BromllawBrick BromUawJiJrlc BromliawBrlcc
Brick JiJrlc Company and Interested In sev several S8Veral sevcmi ¬
eral brickyards In Alexandria County
He was identified with numerous other otherbusiness otherbusiness otherbusiness
business enterprises among them being
the Rbsslyn Improvement Improv mept Company
Land and River Improvement Company Companyof
of New Alexandria A1 xandrfa Alexandria Real Es Ear
r
cL Half H aif lf the Marked Price Buys Any AnyMans AnyMans
t Mans or orYoungMansSuit orYoungMansSuitNo Young Mans Suit SuitNo uit uitNo
No reductions here heresimply simply lopping off ff half the regular prices pricesthat that means that the th Clean Sweep Sale gives you youany youany youany
any mans or youths suit in the store excepting the thbIue blue serges afc at exactly half the price pric it itJ5 is worth Consider whatthis what whatthis whatthis
this means mcanskeip meanskeep keep 50 per per cent of the purchase pur price price in in your pocket pocketand and any suit you ou pick is is yours This Thi r is i the way wayyou ay ayyou
you save S
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Buys the theSl0 510 10 Suits SuitsA
5 A LARGE VARIETY OF TIlE 1ILE STYLISH CASSI CASSImercs CASSImeres CASSIrneres
mercs wor worsteds teds fancy cassimeres fancy worsteds to tochoose tochoose tochoose
choose from fromr from47SO
r A Buys the HS 15 Suits SuitsTHE SuitsTHE x
47SO 7 50 1 I THE SUITS WE HAVE TBBEN SELLING SELLINGat
Jr at 15 In a large variety of ogray gray tan brown brownand brownand brownand
and many mixed effects effectsBuys OfCectsSIOBuys tects
Buys the 120 20 Suits SuitsINCLUDED SuitsINCLUDED SuitsINCLUDED
SIOBuys 1 O INCLUDED IN L THIS LOT ARE THE PLAIN
blacks grays mixtures browns taps all finely tail tailored taUored tailored ¬
ored and 520 20 value valuer valueBuys
r A B Buys ys the S25 25 Suits Suitsvl SuitsTHE SuitsTHE
M250 M250as 12 50 vl I THE 25 SUITS ARE YOURS AT 51250 1250 1250aU i25Oall
S all most desirable plain blocks bl cks as well wellas wellas
as all the popular shades shadesBuys
Buys the S30 30 Suits SuitsTHE SuitsTHE SuitsTHE
15 1 5 THE HIGHEST GRADE SUITS SELLING AT
SSO 80 and including blacks and all stylish colors and andmaterials andmater andmaterials
mater materials a18
HRUgSMattings Rugs Mattings Mattings and Floor Coverings I
ALEX ALE SMITHS SONS iINCH 7 INCH TAPESTRY CAR CARpets CARpet5 CARpets
pets values S6c S c andSOc and 91Jc yard small charge chargefor chargefor
for making laying and 49 VC C
lining llnlngALEX liningALEX T TALEX
ALEX SMITHS SONS 27INCH TAP TAPestry Sf t testry
estry Carpets selling at 5110 110 small smaJIcharge smallcharge OZoC 62i C CALEX
charge for making mnkln laying and lining liningALEX liningALEX
ALEX SMITHS S nTRS SONS BEST VELVET CARPETS CARPETSvalue CARPETSvalue CARPETSvalue
value 5150 150 a good opportunity for boarding fQ
houses and hotels small charge for making VOC 98 C
laying and lining I I36x60 I36x60 vj
4 436x60
36x60 JAPANESE MATTING MATTI G RUGS SELL SELLing < y
Ing at 75c Clean Clt n Sweep price for this sale jAp 33 C
while hlle they the last v
GROCERIES IN THE CLEARANCE SALE25CcPktiiErt SALECOLLMBLS SALE SALECOLUMBUS
25CcPktiiErt COLUMBUS BRAND t LEMONCLING t Pfif l PEACHES PUT UP IN HEAVY SIRUP r SOLD USUALLY AT
25C IN THE CLEAN SWEEP w SALE AT ATPILLSBURYS 13c 13cPILLSBURrs C CPILLSBURS
PILLSBURYS FLOtR > 4 t BBL 87c I SELECTED SUGAR S GARCURED CURED HAMS ISe ISeStore ISeStore iSoStore
Store Hours 8 to 5 Saturdays Close at 6 6ALW5 6i 6ii
i i iYOU
a YOU ALWAYS CAN j I I nE II T O ft 515 515ALWAYS 515 515j
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tate Company Mercantile Railway RailwayBuilding RaU RailwayBuilding Y YBuilding
Building and Loan Association German GermanPerpetual GermanPerpetual GermanPerpetual
Perpetual Building and Loan Association Associationand As Associationand oclaUon oclaUonnnd
and Washington Alexandria and Mount MountRailway MountVernon MountVernon
Vernon Railway Company CompanyMr CompnnyMr CompanyMr
Mr Agnew Asnc was formerly former president of ofthe otthe atthe
the Relief Hook and Ladder Fire Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany member of the Chamber of Com Commerce Commerce Cornmerce ¬
merce and a member of the Board of ofTrade OfTrade
1 Trade of Washington WashingtonCENSUS WashingtonCENSUS WashingtonCENSUS
CENSUS CLERKS ABE PAID PAIDWomen PAIDVomen PAIDWomen
Women Get Envelope for Two TiroWeeks TwoVeeks TwoWeeks
Weeks Ended June 30 30The 30 30The 80The
The pay famine has ended end d at the Con Census Consus Consus ¬
sus Bureau B reau Twenty women card punch punchers punchers punchem ¬
ers received their pay yesterday for the thetwo thQtwo thetwo
two weeks ended June 30 Others of this thisforce thisforce
force probably will be paid this morning morningThese morningThese
These women are employed on a pleco plecobasis plecobasis piecebasis
basis and heVeafter heeatter will receive their theirpay theIrpay theirI5ay
pay as regularly as the regular em1 em1ployes em employe
ployes PIOes It was necessary for the Comp Comptroller Comptrollcr Comptroller ¬
troller of the Treasury to pass on certain certainlegal certa1nlegal certainlegal
legal questions Involved In the disburse disbursement dlsbursment disbursement ¬
ment of this work workEarly workEarly workEarly
Early next week the clerks will be bel paid paidfor palc1tor paidfor
for the th two weeks ending today todayCUSTOMS todayCUSTOMS todayCUSTOMS
CUSTOMS JOB ABOLISHED ABOLISHEDOffice BOLISKED BOLISKEDOffIce
Office oi t Port Jefferson JeffersonN If Y rq Is IsTransferred IsTranHlerred
Transferred to too1Ieetor Collector ollecto Loch LocbThe LochThe LoclThe >
The office of surveyor of ot customs at atPort atPort atPort
Port Port Jefferson N Y has been be abol abolished abolIshed abolished ¬
ished by the Treasury Department Departmentlargely Departmenlargely Departmentlargely
largely because it has been found Im Impossible Impossible Irapossible ¬
possible to get a suitable man for the thajob thejob thejob
job The duties of the office will be betransferred betransterr betransferred
transferred transterr d to Collector Loeb of the theport theport theport
port of New York YorkArthur YorkArthur YorkArthur
Arthur N Randall the surveyor at atPort atPort atPort
Port Jefferson has been trying to resign resignoffice resignoffice resignoffice
office for seven years this being one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the few cases on on record of a Federal Federalofficeholder FederalofHccholdor Federalofi1ehoklor
officeholder being unable to get rid of ofhis othIs ofhis
his position positionINDICTED DosltlonINDICTED pOltionINDICTED
INDICTED FOR OR FORGERY POBGEBYChristopher FORGERYCJlrl FORGERYChristopher
Christopher CJlrl topber DavidsOn Held for Pass Pa8IJIng Passlug Passing ¬
ing Check at Savings Bonk BonkThe DaneThe BankThe
The grand grand Jury jur yesterday Indicted IndictedChristopher IndictedChrIstopher indictedChristopher
Christopher Davidson alias Richard Mil Millerj Miller Mu MuIcr
lerj ler alias A ilarx tnrx for forgery In innection coji cojinectlon co coi
i nectlon with the making and cashing of ofa ota ora
a a 1250 check at the Fourteenth Street StreetSavings StreetSavings StreetSavings
Savings Bank June 18 last lastOther lastOther lastOther
Other Indictments were John B May
larceny iarcen Claude Avery carnal knowledge knowledgeRobert knowledgeRobert knowledgeRobert
Robert Turner assault with dangerous dangerousweapon dangerousweapon dangerousweapon
weapon Walter B Sewall nonsupport nonsupportand nonsupportand nonsupportand
and Charles Craig housebreaking and andlarceny andj andjlarc antjlarceny
larceny larc ny
Milk Thief Thief In Jailed JailedJohn JalledJo1 JailedJthn
John Jo1 Thomas negro was vis fined 1 li 16 or thirty days daysby daysby
by dctinr ActiQ Judge Ankara UaIlIJ In Police roU Court O > urt yesterday retet ay I Ifar
for stealing a pint of milk from a Pennsylvania ra ranue uenue areflue
nue doorstep six months ago fhomaa 1ianas amas chose the ti
thirty days
White WhitePreserving WhitePreserving t tPreserving r
Preserving Brandy BrandyFor BrandyFor
For preserving and brandylng
fruits fruttsof of all kinds Ours Is IsaCaU a Call ¬
fornia product and like all other
ToKalon goods Is absolutely pure
Per quart 75 7I cents Per gallon 3 3Toyon 3ToKalan 31n
Toyon 1n Visltq Wide Co fla 814J 14 i4Sf i4SfPHONE 14th 4 ST STPHONE
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20 handsome patterns new 1911 patterns patternsonly patternsonly patternsonly
only one of a a pattern I > attern sells eIIs at 3 3Jc 3c c yard 1 19ic QJLx QJLxsale
sale price A 2 29x12 29x12 29x12
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Rug value Is J32 32 to be sold in the Q18 65
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83x12 83xl TAPESTRY RUGS WITH MI MII
tered border splendid wearing rugs rugsvalue Q16 65
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VISITING AUTOISTS ADTOISTSTO AUTOISTSTO AUTOISTSTO
TO GET ET HO FAVORS FAVORSComrnfesioners FAVORSJ FAVORSCommissioners FAYORSCommjssioners
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Commissioners Order Strict StrictEnforcement RtrictEnforcement StrictEnforcement
Enforcement of Laws LawsBecause LawsB LawsBcauze
Because B useDIf District lct autolsts auto ts say they are arenot arenot arenot
not treated with the respect and polite politeness poUteness politeness ¬
ness which Is due them In Maryland JmdVIrginia and andVirginia aridVirginia
Virginia the Commissioners yesterday yesterdayIssued yesterdayIssued yesterdayssued
Issued I orders that In future all laws re relating relating reating ¬
lating l ating to visiting automobiles be observed observedwith observedwith observedwith
with strictness strictnessEarly strictnessEarly strictnessarly
Early arly In June the Commissioners Commissionerswrote CommIssionerswrote Commissionerswrote
wrote to the governors of Maryland and andVirginia andVIrglnlo andVirginia
Virginia and asked that the District Districtdrivers Districtdrivers Distxlctdrivers
drivers be accorded the same privileges privilegesthat prhUegesthat privilegesthat
that the motorists of those States were weregiven wereglcn weregiven
given In the District To this commu communication commpnlcatlon Commisnicatlon ¬
nication there was no answer and the theCommissioners theCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners wrote again but got no noanswer noanswer noanswer
answer answerIt answerIt answerIt
It Is considered at the District Build BuildIng BundIng Buildbig
Ing that the States Sttes do not deslro de Jro to en enter enter ener ¬
ter t er Into amicable relations wlthi the Dis District District Dietrict ¬
trict and In future they will IJI receive no nofavors nofavors nofavors
favors from the police of this thl city cityBAND clt cityBAND
4 4BAND
BAND CONCERTS TODAY TODAYBy
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POBTO RICO THRIVING
D A Skinner Sidnner supervisor of the cen census censusln censue ¬
sue susln In Porto Rico Is In Washington He HeIs HeIs Heis
Is very optimistic concerning con rnlng the future futureagriculture futureagriculture futureagriculture
agriculture possibilities of the island islandThe IslandThe islandThe
The people he said are forgetting forgettingpolitics forgettingpolitics forgettingpolitics
politics In their endeavors to break all allagriculture allagriculture allagriculture
agriculture records records and the production productionof
of sugar s gnr has Increased from rom 75000 tons tonsIn tonsIn tonsin
In 1898 to SOOOOa In 1910 1310Mr 1910Mr 1910Slelnrer
Mr Skinner is 1 not permitted permltt d to give giveout giveout giveout
out the th census estimates esUmatesdbullt esUmatesbut but It Is tswel1 tswel1knoWn well wellknown wellknon
known that there are over ov r a a jniHlon iil11ou In Inh inhRbitaflta
i h habitant bltant In Porto PortoRlco Rico
Buys the S1250 1250 Suits SuitsSUITS SuitsSUITS SuitsSUITS
6 625 25 SUITS IN THE STYLISH STYLISHWORSTED5CA5 WORSTEDS CA3
slmeres slm re8 fancy effects mixtures c all the
favorite shades shadesBuys
Buys the 11750 1750 Suits SuitsA II IIA
8 875 75
A LARGE VARIETY OF FINE WORSTED WORSTEDcnsslmete WORSTEDcassimere j
casslmere fancy worsted and fancy casslmeres casslmeresgrays I j
grays tans brown mixtures mIxturesS
Buys B ys the 12250 2250 Suits SuitsHIGHGRADE SuitsHIGHGRADE SuitsHIGHGRADE
S II 1 25 5
HIGHGRADE AND A D STYLISH SUITS
In all the seasons novelties and plain
blacks bl cks every smart shade shadeS
Buys the 52750 2750 Suits SuitsYOUD SuitsYOUD SuItsYOUD
S 13 1 375 75 5 YOUD PAY 2750 AT ANY OTHER
time and get the worth wor h of your our money mono
Even Ever shade and material Is included includedOBuys
Buys the 35 Suits SuitsTHE SuitsmE SuitsTHE
17 1750 50 OBuys
THE FINEST SUITS IN THE STORE
embracing e braclng the finest l1nestlnrported imported cassfmeres cassfmeresworsteds casslrneresorsted5 cassirneresworsteds
worsteds fancy effects e tlec Us Selling every ever day
at 535 35
ENTIRE STOCK OF 36INCH 3GL CH INGRAIN INGRAINCarpets lliGRAINCarpet INGRAINCarpets
Carpets sold regularly regular at Soc 8 c and 9Sc 9ScClean 57 57J 57JClean JC
Clean Sweep price not laid laidFRINGED 2 2FRING 2FRINGlD
FRINGED FRING CARPET RUGS 27 INCHES INCHESwide INCHESwIde INCHESwide
wide 54 inches long at 69c 45 Inches Incheslong 49c 49
long longat longatS3x106 at at83x106 atS3xl06
83x106 TAPESTRY RUG FINE STOCK STOCKClean STOCKsamples
samples lightly solr soirdd d Crom from dlspla display sold soldat 6 95
at 15 Clean Sweep price price9x12 prIce9x12 price9x12
9x12 TAPESTRY RUG SOMEWHAT SOMEWHATJ1750 i Pi
soiled from handling sold regularly at tJl8 95
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J1750 1750 Clean Sweep price t
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NOW BUY BUYSCREENS BUYSCREENS
SCREENS
14 SCREEN DOORS DOORSSOME DOORSSOMEslightly SOME SOMEslightly SOMEsUghtIy
slightly imperfect 1 sold as ashlgn 0 ashigh
high as s 149 In a number numberof numb 859 t
of sizes now nowBEST nowBEST v vBEST
BEST HARDWOOD HARDWOODScreen FAN F A N C Y YSCrfen YScreen
Screen Doors In several severalsizes severalSzs severalsizes
Now sizes Szs ow selling at 149 98c 8
WILL TLL OF ADMIRALS WIDOW WIDOWMrs WIDOWJlr WIDOWSIrs
Mrs Jlr Florence Murray Bequeaths BequeathsPernonnl Dequentl1sPerRona1 BequeathsPersonal
Personal Estate E tnte to Sister SinterThe SisterThe SisterThe
The will of Mrs Florence Murray MurrayWidow Murraywidow Murraywidow
Widow of Rear Admiral Alexander Mur Murray Murray Murray ¬
ray dated April 27 1907 was filed for fortfrobate forIfrobete fortirobate
tfrobate yesterday csterda A codicil la dated datedMay datedMay datedMay
May 36 1916 1916The ISlaThe 1910The
The testatrix bequeaths her wearing ap apparel apparel apparel ¬
parel and personal estate to her sister sisterSarah sisterSnrah 3isterSarah
Sarah G B Salter and the residue Is to togo togO togo
go to Sarah G B Salter and the th Union UnionTrust UnionTruIit UnionTrust
Trust Company of this city cU Jointly After Afterthe Arterthe Afterthe
the death of her sister Sarah G B BSalter BSalter BSalter
Salter the income from 10000 Is to be bedivided bedivided bedivided
divided equally between Hope Goodwin Goodwinand Good Goodwinand 1n 1nand
and Susan DwIght Yates of Portsmouth PortsmouthN PortsmouthNH
N NH NHEmily H HEmily HEmily
Emily Stavers Is Istor to receive celve 55000 OOO the theWashington theWalihlngton theWashington
Washington Humane Society is remem remembered Temembered remernbared ¬
bered with 5000j 5orJO the same amount amount Is to togo togo togo
go to Frances D de Kraft 500 to Sarah SarahNorris SarahNorris SarahNorris
Norris Gadsby 1000 100 to Annie B M MCraig MCraig IdCraig
Craig 600 to James W Cole 2500 to toFielding toFielding toFielding
Fielding Bradford of Portsmouth N H HThe HThe HThe
The remainder of the estate is to be beequally beequally beequally
equally divided between Adele Jates Zates Tay Taylor Taylor Taybr ¬
lor and May Yates Beaumont BeaumontIn BeaumontIn
In the codicil these changes were made madeJames madeJames madeJames
James Coles to receive receiv 1500 Instead of otSOO
500 Fielding Bradford 1000 Instead of of2O0
2500 2 OO Katie Haddegan her cook 300 300Carry 300Carry OO OOCarry
Carry Thomas laundress 200T 3 Radcliffe RadcliffeMurray RadclltteMurra RadcliffeMurray
Murray Murra of Baltimore was bequeathed a adiamond adiamond adiamond
diamond pin which was given to Admiral AdmiralMurray AdmiralMurray AdmIralMurray
Murray by b the Emperor EmI Empe1or > efor of Russia RussiaCruising RussiaCrnlslng RussiaCruising
Cruising Yacht Atratis Owner OvrnerThe OwnerThe OwnerThe
The yacht Daisy of Memphis Tenn Is Isawaiting Isawaiting Isawaiting
awaiting her owner Robert Galloway Gallowaywho Gallowaywho Gallowaywho
who with his family will cruise to Long LongIslarid LongIslaI LongIslastd
Islarid IslaI d Sound For the last four years yearsthe yearsthe ears earsthe
the Daisy has cruised continuously In InAmerican InAmerican InAmerican
American American waters and files at her mast mastthe mastthe mastthe j
the Southern Yacht Club pennant of New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans She Is lying off the Ninth street streetwharf streetwharf streetwharf
wharf
HARDWOOD W yDtDOW INDOW SCREENS
18 18lnche Inches high Vill v111 fit fltmost fitmoat III
moat windows sell at at25c 1 141 4 tf
25c 5c usually usuaU Sale price 2 2WALNUTFINISHED 2W 2WALNtTFIXISHED C
WALNUTFINISHED W WINDOW
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S windows sold at 21c Zlcusually 1
I g usually price k I c Clean Sweep Sweepprice 12 2 C
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PRISONERS PRISOERSTETIG PRISOERSTETIGI TENTING TENTINGN
I N NEW JAIL YARD YARDBushing YARDflushing
Ensiling Work on Their TheirVirginia Tl1eiri TheirYirgthiaHonie
i Virginia YirgthiaHonie YirgthiaHonieBuying Home HomeBuying HomeBuyIng
Buying supplies for the new new jail an ant antworkhouse anl anlworkhouse < l lworkhouse
workhouse at Occoquan Va is keeping
Marion C Hargrove property clerk ur urho u uiho ufIho
iho ho District DIfict busy these days He gays U l lis
is no easy matter matterto matter1to to purchase a lot of ofsupplies orBupplle ofsupplies
supplies for a whole village villageAbout villageAbout UlageAbout
About the biggest things that appear appearon apI appearon > ear earon
on the bills are the tents to house the theprisoners theprisoners theprisoners
prisoners temporarily until the work of ofbuilding ofbuilding nfbuilding
building the jail Is completed Each tent tentIs ttntIs tent4s
4s Is 125 feet long 18 feet wide and 12 feet teethIgh feethigh feethigh
high highA hIghA highA
A large amount amount of food Is shipped shippedtJally shippeddally shippeddafly
dally for the use of the prisoners The Thelatest Thelatest Thelatest
latest thing to be sent was 300 blue uni uniforms uniforms uniforms ¬
forms which are Intended to be given to tothe tothe tothe
the men JDen In place of stripes All men menwhose menwhose menwhose
whose behavior warrants it will be per permitted permitted permitted ¬
mitted to wear the blue uniform but as assoon assoon assoon
soon as they misbehave they Tvlll be put putback putback putback
back into the stripes stripesThe strlp strIpesThe s sThe
The work on the jail jllllhas has started al already alrend already ¬
ready rend and It Is hoped that It will be bocompleted becompleted becompleted
completed in time to house the men this thisfall thisfaU thisfall
fall
Bogrns Boguacheek Check Passer Caught CaughtFbllowics CaughtFollowing CaughtFbilowing
Following tho receipt of a telegram from Chief Chiefof CbI Chiefof f fof
of Police Corbltt of Newark ewark N J Detectlra DetectlraMullen Det DetectfyeMullen l8 l8Iullen
Mullen left lc t last aM night to arrest Charles Q Champ Champwanted Champwanted Champu3ted
wanted here for passing ng bad checks Sotanoa Lewis LewisSon LewisSan wts wtsSon
Son 908 9 D street northwest and Lewis Rlsehwt R1nehutUlt
fire the complainants complainantsNobody COII1plalDantsNobod ceiphthautsNobody
Nobody Nobod wins a prlzo without accepting acceptingall
all the chances of failure
If Baby Could Talk Talkm
m baby bab would soon be eased of o chafing
x hives rash rashj summer eruptions and andether andcthersldn andether
ether cthersldn skin ailments for baby would wouldask wouldask wouldaskfor
ask askfor for
Mfrnyons MfrnyonsyitchHazeSoap MunyonsitchHaz MtznyonsS Mtznyons1itchHazeI
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5 Thousands of crying babies havebeen have havebeen havebeen
been made crowing babies through its itsuse itsuse itsuse
use and good news travels fast A light lather applied and allowed all wed to tordry todry todry
rdry dry in will viIl insure comfort and sleep for fretting little ones and rest est for fortired fortired fortired
tired mothers S SOld ° ld everywhere 15c per er cake cakeI
I want every woman desirous of a beautiful complexion complexionto to try my Wltch
Hazel Soap It preserves the creamiest skin and makes harsh skin soft and
fresh I want every everypersn person afflicted with skin disfigurements pimples black ¬
heads eruptions or with hard scaly scalps to try it It It will cure any anYskin any skin dis dlsIf
order ant an It Is a shampoo without an equal I want ant everyone every one looking for a
medl mediinai lnal soap and Yet a a toilet luxur luxury to try It NothIng else will suIt them
aft aftorwardM1JYON aftorwardM1JYONIf rwardMUNYON rwardMUNYONIf
If you hare blood troubles U 1hatibolf a uoir In ernioo
eruptions and pimples pfmJ > les or other disfigurements use my Blood
Cure Curoft it will drlr driro out all fmpCrfties fm rft1 If jour liter h out of f order and you hare moth patches ntches saJlo sallow
skip tlo or or o blotchy complexion eGmplexiottl 1 want you y uto to try my myLITet Liter Cure CarnItwUl It will wit giro FT8JOIl you sssfi md health h 1lh and good
looks look If you hare h2t indigettloa indigestion and atl < l drspeptia 4r rep b prtTcntfcg proper roper assimilation IMImlJationot of food and andcausinz causing crow lOJloqUfnt
quent paleness and that wonHWt tI00k look take ay mrStcmach Stomach Core CIm You can n then eat all yin fDilllke hike of What bat
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