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12 TIlE WASBlNGTONRAL1l s SATURDAY TUlt 1 f IULY n 23 1910
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I The ManS Store Official Weather Heportqio BeportCIody BeportCIodyr ar arA
r A Bargain List ListFor ListFor LitI
I For the Man ManHad
Had a big day yesterday and ought to todouble todouble todouble
double it today Reqd over this list and take takeadvantage takeadva takeI
advantage adva tage of the splendid spiendidbargains bargains we are giv giving giving givingyou ¬
ing ingyou you r
18 Honest True Blue Serge Suits 1375
I 20 Priestley Cravenette Mohair Suits J1675 j 67S
I 10 Genuine Linen Crash Suits JkS50 JkS50All S650All 650 650I
All Fancy Summer Suits Reduced Reduced1500Suits Reducedi
i 1500Suits 1500 Suits 8975 975 9751800and 975Ir
Ir 1800 1800and 1800and20OOSuits and 2000 Suits 51300 1300 1300r
r 2500 and 3000 Suits 1900
1 3500 Suits 2375 2375Big 2375Big 2375Big
Big Selling of Straw Hats at atHalf atH atHalf
Half H lf Price 1 I Ic411
411 c411 150 Straw Hats H ts 75c 75 75All t tAll T TAll
All 190 Straw Hats 95c 95cAll 95cAll 95cAll
All 300 Straw Hats 1 50 50All 50All 50U
U All 400 Straw Hats 8200 8200Six 200 200Six 200r
Six Specials in Classy Cl Classye ClassyFurnishings ssy ssyFurnishings v vFurnishings
e Furnishings Furnishings15c
15c lSc White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 9c 9c25c 9c25c 9c25c
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25c Wash Neckwear 13ctor 13c 13cfor23c
2 for for23c for23c3 23c 23c25c 23c25c
25c Fine Lisle Hosiery 19c
3 pairs a1rs for EOc EOc50c 5OcSOc 50cSOc
SOc Fine Lisle Suspenders II 29c 29c35c 29c35c
35c Porous Knit Knitand and Balbriggan Underwear Un Underwear21c denvear lie
150 Soft Shirts 119 119With 119W1th 119With
With or without collars single or double cuffs cuffsMoneys cuffstMoneys cutf cutfMoneys
Moneys Worth or Money Back BackD BackD BackD
D J je KAUFMAN KAUFMANl005Q7
100507 l005Q7 Pa Ave AveBulletin Avet AvePENNSYLVANIA
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PENNSYLVANIA RAilROAD RAilROADBulletin
Bulletin BulletinNIAGARA BulletinNIAGARA BulletinNIAGARA
NIAGARA FALLS CANADA AND THE ADIRONDACKS AB1RONDAOKSBeyond ADIRONDACKSBeyond ADIRONDACKSBeyond
Beyond the marvels of Niagara lies a region that that tatis Is sound sounding sounding sounding ¬
ing its annual call to the summer tourist From the historic historiccitadel historiccitaqel historiccitadel
citadel of Quebec to the untrod wilds around Hudson Bay this thisregion thisregio thisregion
region regio is full of interest and primeval attractions The scenic scenicSt scenicSt scenicLawrence
St Lawrence with its swirling rapids the theimpressiveSague theimpressiveSagueaf impressive Sague Saguenay Saguenay
nay af the picturesque Muskoka Lakes the Highlands Highl nds of On Ontario Ontario Ontarlo ¬
tario the Temagami country and the Algonquin National NationalPark NationalPark NationalPark
Park all appeal strongly to the lover of nature natureNiagara nat natureNiagara re reNiagara
Niagara with its wonderful fails and marvelous gorge is isthe isthe isthe
the natural gateway to the great grea region beyond and through throughtrains throughtrains throughtrains
trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad to Buffalo making direct directconnections directconnections directconnections
connections for Niagara Falls and Canadian points provide providesuperior providsuperior providesuperior
superior transportation facilities facilitiesFifteenday fa facilitiesFifteenday i1ities i1itiesFifteenda
Fifteenday Fifteenda special excursions by through train of parlor parlorcars parlorcars parlorI
I cars dining car and coaches leave IeavevVashington Washington July 27 August
10 and 24 September 7 21 and October Octo r 5 for Niagara Falls FallsRoundtrip FallsRoundtrip Ial1sRoundtrip
Roundtrip rate 1100 1100For 1100For 1100For
For those who vho ho prefer the attractions othe ojhe Adirondacks Adirondackswith dirondackswith dir ndacks ndackswit
with wit their gemlike lakes through th ough Pullman sleeping car ser service service service ¬
vice is provided by the Pennsylvania Railroad and its connec connections connections connections ¬
tions from Philadelphia to Lake Placid via Albany and Utica UticaFast UticaFast UticaFast
Fast trains from VV in Broad 1 1Station
express Washington ashington connect Street StreetStation StreetStation
Station with the through sleeping car carPennsylvania carPen carPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Pen sylvania Railroad ticket agents will furnish full in information infom infothition
formation fom t on regarding train service and rates of fare to all allsummer allI allsummer
I summer resorts resortsTelephoneMain Telephone Main 5350 5350TODAY 5350t 5350TODAY 5350jL
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jL jLTODAY TODAY TODAYGrand TODAYGrand TODAYGrandAuctionSa1e
Grand GrandAuctionSa1e GrandAuctionSa1e2OOHighO1ass Auction Sale
200 2OOHighO1ass Highclass High lass Residence Lots200 Lots200Saturday Lots Lots200Saturday 200 200Saturday
Saturday July 23 3 P M MCollege MCollege MCollege
College Park Md MdKRSPPS MdKR9PPS MdKR9PPS
KR9PPS ADDITION ADDlTiONThesechoicetesidence ADDITIONThesechoiceresidence ADDITIONThesechoicezesidence
Thesechoicetesidence Jots right at the steam station and andonly andonly andonly
only two squares fromjrolley from trolley will vi1l be sold soldand and you make the theprice thepricecome thepricecome
price pricecome come out at our expense and see seethe the great Penny Pen 1y Bros Brossell Brossell Brossell
sell a lot a minute
REMEMBER REMEMBERE REMEMBERF r rr
E t leave 15th and G Sis Sis JLWl JLWli LW LWF W
F F i Flee TSS A A VfllS ars Promptly at 2 oclock P P Ho HoSale M MSaleRain c cSaleRain
Sale SaleRain Rain or orShineat Shine Shineat at 3 P M MMusic MMusic fVL fVLMusic
Music Wijl WLI Be Furnished FurnishedAmerican FurnishedAmerican FurnishedAmerIcan
American Realty and Auction Co Auction Au Auctioneers AuctioneersNatona1 tloneer tloneerNational ery eryNational
> National Realty RealtyS Co
S 205 Colorado Building BuildingHERALD Buildin BuildingHERALD c cHERALD
HERALD WANT ADS BRING RESULTS RESULTSf
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BUG HEAVEN FAILS FAILSInsects FAILSInsects
0 0Insects
Insects Wont 1ont Visit OrchardPlanted Orchard 9rcbardPlanted OrchardPlauted
Planted for forThem forThemPRO Them ThemWAEEE ThemPBOF
PBOF PRO WAEEE IS DOWNCAST DOWHCASTWished DOWNOASTTl DOWNCASTVIhed
Wished Tl hed to Study st uly Dlatrnctivc Work Workof Workof Vorkof
of Peats and Set Out Flue Garden Gardenfor Gardeafor Grdeafoz
for Their Enjoyment EnJoJIlentNature Xature Foil FoilHI FolIlJHis FoilHI
HI His Experiment and the Trees TreesDear Tref7 Tref7Denr TreeiBear
Dear the Choicest Ch icest of Fruit FruitProf FruitProf FruitProf
Prof Morton B Waite horticulturist horticulturistbiologist horticulturistbiologist hortlculturl3tbiologist
biologist and peatologlsf of the Agri Agriculture Agriculture AgricuItwe ¬
culture Department has been foiled by byDame byDame byDame
Dame Nature In a s great experimental experimentaltest experimentaltest
test testProf testPr testProf
Prof Pr t Waite has a magnificent farm farmat farmat farmat
at ArundeJ Prince George CQunty Md Mdwhere Mdwhere Mdwhere
where every kind of 1fruit fruit Is grown and andtreated andtreated andtreated
treated In most modern and scientific scientificways scientificways scientificways
ways He has spared neither labor nor normoney normoney normoney
money to make this a a model farm and andIs andIs andi3
Is showing the horticulturists of th thcountry Utft Utftcountry tJ tJcountry
country what It Is possible to accomplish accomplishby
by science scienceThere scienceThere scienceThere
There Is one phase of te t culture that thatProf thatProf thatProf
Prof Waite could not treat on his Mary Maryland Maoland Maryland ¬
land farm This was destructive expert experimental experlmental expertmental ¬
mental work Every living creature that thatcreeps tbatcreeps thatcreeps
creeps upon tho bark of trees enters the thebloom thebluoln theblOOfl
bloom trims the leaves deposits Its eggs eggsupon eggsupon eggsupon
upon the twigs Is L known to this biologist biologistHe biologistHe biologistHe
He wished to experiment with these In Insects Insects Insects ¬
sects that Infest the orchards orchardsPlant orchardsPlnnt orchardsPlants
Plant Trees Tree for Bugs DUJIIWhere BugsWhore DOKJIWhere
Where was he to experiment In his hisown hisown hisown
own healthy orchard Not a chance chanceHe chanceH chanetH
He H cast his eyes e os in the direction of the thePotomac thePotoJTIac thePotomac
Potomac River and saw a stretch of land landalong landI landalong
I along Its banks banksHere banksHee banksHere
Here he said I may plant all kinds kindsof kindsof kindsof
of trees that are known knoWn to the bug or orworm Orworm orworm
worm Here I may ma breed these pests peststhat peststhat peststhat
that Tr m > ght eat of the trees and reveal revealunto revealunto revealunto
unto mo tne he destruction ruction thereof thereofAccordingly thereatAccordingly thereofAccordingly
Accordingly Prof Waite planted him himself blmself bimself ¬
self an orchard there The trees grew grewand grewaud grewand
and when spring rolled around the trees treesbloomed treesbloomed treesbloomed
bloomed radiantly radlanti He said to himself himselfTho himselfTho himselfThe
Tho life of the blooms is short as he hethought betbought hethought
thought of the ravishing pests pestsBut pestsBut pestsBut
But the blooms fell and the fruit came camedespite camer camedespite
r despite the germs Yet the fruit has hasripened hasrl hasripened
ripened rl ned the trees are laden and the thechildren thechlldren thechildren
children come and make picnic beneath beneaththe bencaththe beneaththe
the trees as the professor wanders about aboutIn aboutIn aboutIn
In search of some defect defectBut detectBut defectBut
But It Is i not there and that which was wasplanted wasplanted wasplanted
planted to be grubbed up becomes the theTholcest thetholcest therhoicest
Tholcest of orchards orchardsSOME orchardsSOME orchardsSOME
SOME WATER W ATERLEAK WATERLEAKOur ATERLEAKOur LEAK LEAKOur
Our Towii TownIost Lost Six SLt SixMillion Million Gallons Gallonsa
a Day During During Year YearUnderground Yeartnderground f flnderground
Underground leaks discovered and andstopped andstopped andstopped
stopped during the year ear resulted In a asaving nsalng asaving
saving to the water supply system of of6364liO
6364100 gallons per day da This amount amountIs
Is equal to onetenth of the total daily dailywater dall dallwater dailywater
water consumption of the District ac according accordIng according ¬
cording to a summary summar of the work ork of the thepitometer thepltometcr thepitometer
pitometer division of the water depart department departmeqt departmeqt ¬
ment meqt for the fiscal yoar cndod June 30 30Defective 30t 30Defective
Defective t Ctho service pipes connecting with withbusiness wIthbusiness withbusiness
business houses and residences were re responsible fee feespoIslble re responslble ¬
sponsible for a waste of nearly 5000000 5000000gallons 500000gallons 5000tOOgallons >
gallons a day A total otaI of 21612 houses houseswere houseswere houseswere
were Inspected during d ring the year and andleaking andleaking andleaking
leaking fixtures fi tUre9 were discovered in 3303 3303or 3303or 3305or
or 16 per cent centGeorge cen centGeorge t tGeorge
George W Wallace water registrar of ofthe otthe ofthe
the District D1strictsays says sas that when a leak Is Isdiscovered 18dlscovored isdiscovered
discovered In a service pipe the tenant tenantof tenantof I Iot
of the place Is at once notified formally formallythat torman tormanthat formallythat
that the owner must make repairs with withIn WithIn within
In ten days da s failure to comply with 1th this thisrequest thisrequest thisrequest
request resulting res ltlng in the water being shut shutoff shutoff shutoff
off 1 1
WIFE NAMES CORESPONDENT CORESPONDENTMrs
Mrs John K Hnywojjfl I1awoa I1awoaFlIes Files Suit Suitfor Suittor Suitfor
for Absolute Divorce DivorceAlleging DhorceAlleging DivorceAlleging
Alleging Infidelity and naming a core corespondent corespondent corespondent ¬
spondent Orra H T Haywood yester yesterday y yesterday ster sterday ¬
day flied suit for absolute divorce from fromJohn tromJohn fromJohn
John Kerfoot K r ot Haywood HaywoodPlaintiff Ha HaywoodPlaintiff ood oodPlaintiff
Plaintiff alleges excessive eCce5 he use of o in intoxicating intoxlcatlng Intoxicating ¬
toxicating liquors desertion and non nonI nonsupport nonsupport
I support and says that defendant Is em employed emplpyed emplpyed ¬
plpyed In the Agricultural Department Departmentat
at an annual salary of 12100 12100They 2100 2100They 2100They
They were married February 12 1SSS In InWarrenton InWarrenton inWarrenton
Warrenton Va and there Is one child childwhose childwhose childwhose
whose custody plaintiff requests requestsSOLEffOBON requestsSOLENODON requestsSOLENODON
SOLENODON POE OR OUR ZOO ZOOIt ZOOIt ZOOitt
itt It as Big OH a Rabbit and Eats EatsHard EatsHnrd EatsHard
Hard Boiled Egg EggDo EggjlDo EggjDo
Do you know what a splenodon s solenodon lenodon Is IsIf IsIt isif
If you dont stroll out to Zoological Park Parknext Parknext Parknext
next week and see for yourself Maybe Maybeyou MarbeyOU Maybeyou
you will catch Sol Indulging In his hisfavorite histavorJte hisfavorite
favorite tavorJte dish of hard boiled eggs eggsSol eggsSol eggsSo
Sol So is a rare animal found only In InSanto InSanto InSanto
Santo Domingo Mr and Mrs Franklin FranklinAdams FranklinAdams FranklinAdams
Adams of New York who have Just com completed completed completed ¬
pleted a tour of that country brought broughtback broughtback broughtback
back several specimens and one has been beenshipped beenshipped beenslnpped
shipped to the National Zoo ZooThe ZooThe ZooThe
The animal Is about as big as a rabbit rabbitand rabbitand rabbitand
and Is a distant relative of t1 the e common commonrat commonrat commonrat
rat As yet It has not been decided what whatIts whatIts whatit
Its it diet will be at the local park parkYACHT parkYAOKT
1 YACHT CAPSIZES IN INitACE INitACENo BACK BACKXo RACENo
No One Drowned or InJnred Neat XearColonial NeatColonIal NeatColonial
Colonial Beach Va VaAccording VnAccording VaAccording
According to a a report brought brought to Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington late yesterday afternoon by b the thetug thetug thetug
tug Camilla one of the yachts iPfchts In the theInterclub theInterclub theinterciub
Interclub race being held heldOf W off Colonial ColonialBeach ColonialBeach ColonialBeach
Beach capsized yesterday yesterdayJ11ornlng mornlngr near nearNo nearNo nearNo
No < fofnt fofntNo Lolnt LolntNo o1ntNo
No one was drowned or or r Injured In the theaccident theaccident theaccident
accident The tug was coming up some somedistance Bornedistance somedistance
distance from the scene of at the accident accidentThe accidentThe accidentThe
The crew cres saw other boats which were wererunning wererunning wererunning
running In the course come to the rescue rescueof rescueor rescueof
of the capsized craft craftWill crafts craftWJII craftwill
j s
Will of John Savary Probated ProbatedThe ProbateThe ProbatedThe
The will of the late John Savary which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was filed May 20 lastj tas lastdtsping disposing of a large largeestate largeestate largeestate
estate was yesterday esterdtY morning morninG admitted admittedfor admittedfor admittedfor
for probate The Thecxecutor xecutor David Mur Murray Mtfrrat Iui Iuiray ¬
ray was requlreoT r qulrea to give bond In the thesum thes thesum
sum s m of 4QPO 4QWOA 4QPOAttic
Attic A Ie for Adoption 10ptl n Right RightCharles RightCharles RightCharles
Charles 0 Stevens a government governmentdraftsman governmentdrnftsman governmentdraftsman
draftsman and Mary P Stevens yester yesterday yesterday estc estcday ¬
day petitioned the thecQurt court tobe to be permitted permittedto
to adopt Silvia Virginia Stevens born at atSlbley atSibley t tSible
Slbley Sible Hospital January 4 1910 1 10 to Laura LauraV LauraV
V Templeman TemplemanMARRIAGE TemplemanMARRIAGE TemplemanMAIflUAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESRobert LICENSESRobert LICENSERobert
Robert E I Lee > csr Williams WilliamS 2 Zp and Enjma Nicholas NicholasGreen Nieholstraen icl101M icl101MG
G Green n 21 both of Baltimore Md Bet F W WJohnson WJohnson W3thizon
Johnson JohnsonVttllam 3thizonWUhIsm
Vttllam QuW 2D i and Minnie MlnnJcAUbQn5 Allison S Z both bothof bothor bothof
of Baltimore Md M4 M Ret ReTLouls Be Louis Stern SfernCOLORED SfemI SterncQLORED
I COLORED COLOREDMorris COLOREDj cQLORED3torrL
Morris H IL Ell Eiit EIils 27 and Ids ld Walier Wa1kerW 30 B lWf lWfJohn arJohn r rJohn
John Richard i iWilliam iWilliam
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1 William Ludler 2 24 and Hsl Elslo Baltimore Balt BaltimoreL oreo22 22 Ser E EI
I L J Ttomia F Taylor
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PLACES OF INTEREST INTERESTLibrary INTER 1NTERS 1NTERSLIbrA7 S SLibra
Library Libra of CopsrewOpen CoI n 9 < < ja 110 to 10 p m 1 on onenlar
enlar days day from 2 p Po m to 10 lOp p m on Sundays Sundaystdd Sundaysnd Sundz
on certain holidays holidaysPublic holidaysPnblll holidaysPublic
Public LibraryOpen 9 a a m to 8 p m holidays hoHdqsa bOlIdSYSbmtoep
1 a bmtoep m to 9 p 1 > m mSundns2top mSundns2topWhite Sundays 2 to 9 p Po m mWhite 110 110White
White House HouseOpen Open 10 m n to 3 p Po Plinked SB SBUnited mUnIted
United States CapitolOpen 9 a m to tfi < 30 p 1 m mCorcoran mCorcoran 1 1occorin
Corcoran occorin Gallery or Art ArtOpen Open free Tuesday TuesdayThursday TuesdAJIbundu
Thursday Saturday Sat rdar 930amto4pm DK a m to 4 V p m Sunday
130 lO to t 433 p Po m n Other days 2Sc admission admissionState admlaslonState adiniiODState
State War and Nary departmentsOpen 9 e m mto
to 2 p Po m The original Declaration of Independ Independence ¬
is in the theJl1 he library > rary at the State Department DepartmentUnited DtPUtmentJntted DepartmenttTaited
United State Stat Treasury Treuuqopen Open 9 a m to 2 2p p m mUnited mUnited InVatted
United States Patent OfficoOpen 9 a m to toPDl a ap I IUnited
PDl PDlUnited p m mUnited
United States Pension Bureau BureanOpcn Open V a m to 4 4p
p in inUnited 111United InUnited
United States PostofficeOpen Poelo Open 9 a m m to 2 p Po a aWjubinston InWuhlngton mWuhiugton
Wjubinston City Postroflce Postol1ceOpen Open all hOWL Tb TbDead The TheIXad TheDead
Dead Letter Office is in the city postoffice postofficeNational postomctJNational postoffieNaticmai
National Botanic GardensOpen 8 a a m to 6 p m mFish InFlab mFIzh
Fish Commluion CommiuonOpen Open 9 a In to 430 p m mArmy mAnn inAnny
Army Ann Medical MuseumOpen 9amto430pi3 9amto430pi3National 9 a m to 430 Po p In InNational inNational
National MuseumOpen 9 a m to 430 p 110 m In Ineluding Includll1C includiu
eluding cludiu holidays holidaysAgricultural holidaysA holidaysAriculturaI
Agricultural A cultura1 DepartmentOpen Dep1rtment 9 a n to 43 430p 43pm 43p
p pm pmBureau m mBureau inBureau
Bureau of Engraying and PrinUeffOpen PrlnUnO 9 a m mto mto into
to 2JO 23 > p m mWashiceton mWasblngton inWashington
Washington Monument Mon t 555 d feet in beijhtJOpen
6 833 0 a o to 4 433 43 3 p Po m Elevator roM from 9 hn hnto 9LInto a ai aito
to 4 p m mSmithsonian mSmltbWllan inSmitbionian
Smithsonian Institution lruUtuUonoptn Open 9 a n to 4 43 43p JO JOp
1 p m including holidays holidaysGoTemment bolldaraGTe1lUUent boildaraGoreranient
GoTemment Printing lrintin OfflcoOpen 10 a m to 2 2p 2P 2p
p m mNary mNaTY
Nary inaTy aTy Yard YudOpen dpen 9 a to to 530 p m mSouthworth mSouthworth inSonthworth
Southworth Cottage < < Ittaie 36th and Prospect aye steKey ayeKtT ayeKer
Key Mansion anslonHome Home at Francis Franc Scott Key author authorof authorof autborof
of The StarSpangled Banner 3518 M street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west Open daily except u pt Sunday Bund 9 a mto me in to 5JO 5JOp 53 53Po 531p >
p Po In Admission free freeIN 1mIN freeIN
IN THE SUBURBS SUBUHBSZoological SUBURBSZoologlcal SUBURBSZoological
Zoological ParkOpen all day dayRock dayRock dayRock
Rock Creek < nek Bridge and Park ParkChery ParkCbeT1 ParkCbey
Chery Cbey Chase and Kensington KensingtonNaral KensingtonXual KensingtoncaTl
Naral ObscrratoryOpcn 9 a m me to 3 p Po m mMount mount inMount
Mount ount Vernon the homa and tomb of Washing Washington WublnftonOtet1 WashingtoniOpen ¬
tonOtet1 ton Open 11 a m to 4 p m mUnited mtInlted inUnited
United States Soldiers Homo omOpen Open 9 a m to tosunAtt toIUn toaunAeL
sunAtt sunAttUnibujjBtates IUn aunAeLUni4jtatea t tUnlbd
UnibujjBtates Unlbd tatel Naral Academy Annapolis Md MdArUnytSli MetAf MdAthngtia
ArUnytSli Af ni fb National Cemetery CemeteryFATE CemeterrFATE CemeteryFATE
FATE OF TAGLESS TA6LESSCANINE TAGLESSCANINE TAGLESSOAME
CANINE IS SEALED SEALEDPoundmasteivReeps SEALEDPOUndm88tel SEALEDPoundmasteiJeps
PoundmasteivReeps POUndm88tel eps Up Cam Campaign Carnpaign Campaign ¬
paign on Waifs WaifsWho Waifslho V airs airsWho
Who lho Is the canine canineMany canineMany canineMany
Many memoers or the dog family are aremeeting aremeeting aremeeting
meeting death this month Poundmaster PoundmasterEinstein PoundmasterEinstein PoundmasterEinstein
Einstein Is waging a a lively l1vel campaign campaignagainst campaignagainst campaignagainst
against the common variety arlotr of dog whohas whohas who whohas
has no home no friends and no license licenseIf licenseIf licenseIf
If a dog has ha an owner who doesnt doesntthink doesntthink doesntthink
think enough on ugh ot him to pay the neces necessary necessary neccasary ¬
sary 2 for a tag for 1910 his fate is issealed Issealed issealed
sealed
Sport Sew Tags TnaTho TngllTho TagsTho
Tho majority of the dogs have been beenproudly beenIroudh beenproudly
proudly sporting their new tags for some sometime sOmetime sometime
time but a good many II1in yet remain un unadorned unatIorned unadorned ¬
adorned and for such lurk the everpres everpresent everpresent everpresent ¬
ent dog nets netsEarly netsEarly netsEarly
Early In the present month the pound poundmaster poundmaster poundmaster
master began to collect the dog waifs waifsand waltand waifsand
and since July Jul 1 a a total of 1ST IS dogs have havehowled havehowled havehowled
howled their lamentations to the moon moonfrom moonfrom moonfrom
from the confines of the pound only onlytwentynine onlYtwentynine onlytwentynine
twentynine of this number being rescued rescuedby rescuedb rescuedby
by b their owners on payment of the pound poundOne poundfine poundfine
fine of 12 12Several 2Seernl 2 2Several
Several of the poor beasts beaet have already alreadybeen alreadybeen alreadybeen
been sent to a happy hunting ground via viathe Ylathe vathe
the chloroform route routeSNEAK routeSNEAK routeSNEAKTHIEVIS
SNEAK SNEAKTHIEVIS THIEV THIEVES S ACTIVE ACTIVEHouse ACTIVEHonse ACTIVEKouse
House in Sixth Street Entered and andGold andGold andGold
Gold Watch Stolen StolenSneak StolenSneak StolenSneak
Sneak thieves thl ts qualified In their work In Inmany 1nmany inmany
many Instances Inst nces yesterday osterd and several severalcases scveralcases severalcases
cases were reported report to the police policeCharles policeCbarles policeCharles
Charles A Pfaw of 1206 Sixth street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest I Inorthest
northwest reported that a 150 60 gold watch watchand watchand watchand
and chain had been stolen from his hisbedroom hisbedroom hisbedroom
bedroom A screen had been removed removedfrom removedfrom removedfrom
from the window windowMrs wlndo wlndoMrs windowMrs
Mrs Nora Lawler living at 3015 M Mstreet ltstreet MStreet
street northwest stated tated that 100 90 In cash cashhad cashbad cashad
had ad been taken from a bureau at titer her
homeA home homeA
A rear door left open gave entrance to tothe tothe tothe
the thief who stole a a handbag containing
115 15 from a chair in the room of Mrs Rob Robert Robert Robert ¬
ert S Johnson ISOOrKenyon 13OO Kenon street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west westJ westJ westJ
J J Fred Essary a newspaper man In the theMunsey theMunsey theMunsey
Munsey building reported reportedtltbe the loss of a apocketbooK apocketboo apocketbool
pocketbooK containing 131 37 r from his coat coatSHOOTING coatSHOOTING coatSHOOTING
SHOOTING CASE CONTINUED CONTINUEDTroopers CONTINUEDTrooperll CONTINUEDTrooper
Troopers Held Pending Outcome of ofctlm ofVictims J JVictims
Victims ctlm Wounds VyoundaPending founcbPendinG I IPending
Pending the recovery or death of Wil William WIlHam Wil11am ¬
liam I L Smith the negro shot Monday Mondaynight Monda Mondanight Mondaynight
night on the Aqueduct bridge Judge JudgeAukam J JudgeAukam dge dge4ukam
Aukam In Police poU e Court yesterday yest rday in indefinitely IndefinlteW indefinitely ¬
definitely continued the case against againstThomas agaInstThomlls againstThoman
Thomas I L Mollyneaux and Clifford L LFeldhelm LFeldhelm LFeidheim
Feldhelm the two Fifteenth Cavalry Cavalrytroopers Cavalrytroopers Cavalrytroopers
troopers who confessed to the shooting shootingThe shootingThe shootingThe
The court refused to accept bond and andthe andthe andthe
the men were weretransferred Jtransferred transferred from tro the Sec Second Second Second ¬
ond preclncjLStatlon to the District jailReport Jail JailReport jailReport
Report from Georgetown University UniversityHospital Universit UniversitHospital UniversityHospital
Hospital says that there Is little change changeIn
In tho negros negroes condition condltionYesterfday Yesterday Smith Smithsuffered Smithsuffered Smithsuffered
suffered a slight relapse but the thesurgeons thesurgeons thesurgeons
surgeons still hold out a 0 slight chance for forrecovery forrecovery forrecovery
recovery recoveryWatch recoveryWatch recoveryWatch
Watch for a City at Randle Highlands HighlandsIQGfrL HighlandsLOakL HighlandsLOCfrL
IQGfrL MENTION MENTIONEXCURSIONS 1rIENTtONEXCURSIONS LENTIONEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS TODAY TODAYNorfolk TODAYNorfolk TODATNorfolk
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Stumbo t Company Goaptnrtcteuntn ComJW31deam Companysteamers
steamers deam 13 from foot cf Seventh street for Old Point PointComfort PolDtComfort PointComfort
Comfort and Nerfolk d daily fly at t 645 p Jn JnSteamer mSteamer inSteamer
Steamer Charles ilaealester for Mount V Vfm Vemon Vemonleayei t n nlearn t1lrafel
learn Smnth enth street wharf at 10 a m and 230 230p 2 2m 25teamm 2p50
p p50 p50Steamers m mSteaircn
Steamers for Colonial Beach leaves le ns Serentb street atxtetwh etreetwhorf streetdisrf
wh whorf rf every day c1n except Monday ODdu 9 a m Satur Saturday aturdAr Satuday ¬
day 6 p 1 m Moonlight trips T p m every nay nayexcept dayesrept a aexcept
except Saturday and nd Sunday palace steamer St StJohns StJohns StJrns
Johns JohnsCars JohnsCars JrnsCars
Cars frcm rant Fifteenth Fift nth street and New York avenue avenuevery avenuenetT avenueevery
every quarter usrter hour for Zoo Park Chevy Chef Chase Oha and andKensington andKel15ll1irtOn andKensington
Kensington Kel15ll1irtOnChe3pe KensingtonChesapeake KensingtonChesapeake
Chesapeake Che3pe ke Beach BeachaltustCr saltTrater bathing bathln Can from from15th from15th from15th
15th and N Y are areWashington AT ATWAShIngtOn aceWuhhigton
Washington Baltimore and Annapolis Railway RailwayBaltimore RaUwarBaJUmore RailwayBalitmore
Baltimore Annapolis Chesapeake Bay resorts At Atlantlo Atlantio t t1at1o
lantlo City Cars every half h l hour 15th l h and N Y Yate Yave Ye YNo
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No N Collector Will Cnll Cnllfor Cullor Cnllor
for or payments pa Tments on your account at Gro Grogans Grogants Gregaits
gaits gants unless this Is particularly request requested requested requested ¬
ed Whatever you wish In the furniture furnitureline fUrnlturline furnitureline
line will be charged on open account accountwithout accountwlthont accountwithout
without notes or interest interestNo interestNo interestNo
No More Iore Baking Dnk Days T After Afterlearn Tou Toulearn ou oulearn
learn the th goodness of Jno G Melnbergs MelnbergsBread MelnbersBread MeinbergsBread
Bread Inquire of any grocer grocerAlleges grocerAIIege grocerAlleges
Alleges Cruelty Cz elty and Nonsupport NonsnpportLHHe NonsupportLtllie NonsupportLillie
Lillie May Mn Barham yesterday filed filedsuit filedsuit filedsuit
suit for absolute divorce from Milton MUt ln Ad AdJlson 4 4dison d dson
Jlson son Barham alleging cruelty crueltynontmp crueltynontmpport nomsup nomsupport nunsupport
port and Infidelity and naming a co correspondent corespondent Corespondont ¬
respondent They were married April 26
1903 11 < J3 and there t er Is one child whose cue custody cuetody ¬
tody the plaintiff demands demandsYour demandsYour demandsYour
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Your Kitchen Ne Needs Needsohnsons da daJohnsons i
Johnsons Odorless Kitchen Ventilator Ventilatorpatented Ventilatorptitented Ventilatorputented
patented Hundreds In use Costs lit little litI litItie llttie ¬
tie Benefits are great Estimates cheer cheerfully cheerfully cheertully
fully furnished A S Johnson Johnsonpatenteo Johnsonpatenteoand patentee patenteeand patenteearid
and sole manufacturer 1240 9th st nw nwLet nw nwetUJl nwLet
Let etUJl Vm t7 Be a Mother to You YoaSocks Uo UoSockS
3 Socks Darned D DarnqdLinen rnfdLtnen Linen Mended MendedRonRh MendedRough tiendedRoB
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Of All Mens 350 and 400 400With 400With 400With
Some Low Shoes ShoesDetermined ShoesDctcrfriined
With 500 5 O J Jtermined
Determined > termined to strip our shelves clean of ofaltMen all Mens 5 Summer Low Shoes Shoeswere S Shoeswere oes oeswere
were offering offei ng all our 350 3 50 and 4st 4vstylcs 4 stilesandsomc les andsomc of our our5on ouri5 S onesat onesatthese ones sat satthese at atthese
these prices
6
44 styles stylesnow 65 styles stylesnow stylesnow stylesnow
now nowreduced ti now nowreduced nowreduced nowreduced
reduced to reduced r duced to toThese toS295 to195JJ3
S295 195JJ3 195JJ3These I S335 S335I
These two lots include all the seasons novelties as well as the more moreconservative moreh moreconservative
conservative conservatlvc shapes s shapesin h apeSIn in all al leathers leathersLiterally leathersLieral1y leaters leatersLiterally h
Literally a Reduction Sale of all our 350 4 and some 5 Low Shoes ShoesSimilar ShoesSimilar ShoesSimilar
Similar Cleanup Snaps Now Offered in all Depts Depts1A7K4 DeptsWM DeptsWMIIAIIN
1A7K4 U A U M J A f
WMiAnN WM HAHN CO COShoe COSfZ COSfZ31e1iable 19141916 Pat Ave N W W3JReliable
3JReliable Shoe Houses t 233PennaAveSE 233PennaAveSEMens 233 Penna Ave S E EMens EMens
Mens and Boys Summer ClothingSACRIFICED Clothing ClothingSACRIFICED ClothingSACRIFICED
SACRIFICED AT HALFPRICE HALFPRICEMens HALFPRICEMens HALFPRICEMens
Mens 2piece Suits Values up to 1500 at atMens 475 475S750 475Mens
Mens 15 15PO pO O Blue Serge Suits SuitsMens S750 S750Mens
Mens 2000 Blue Serge Suits 1000 1000Mens 1000Mens 1000Mens
Mens Suits Sizes 42 t tq50 50 2200 V Value lue 1125 1125ens 1125Mens
Mens ens 2200 Priestley Cravenette Mohair Suits a 1350
buy Mens Pongee IJoD e Coats Cout which hleh hare regu rejjusold regularly regularly
S 4i3 325 25
larly sold at 650 5O 0
< 12 0 250 50 Cft buy buys Mcnn Ien Gray Serge Coats which here herep heretofore
03U p tofore have sold for n 1OO 5 0 0t
5 50 t buy buys M Mens I n Spanish Linen Suit Suits which ordi ordinarily ordlnarfly Ordinarily ¬
narily cost 1000 1000S
S 3 375 3 75 7I buys bu Mens fm Irish Flax Salts which have usu usnnIb usiaally
P33 nIb sold for J75Q 750
C1 l 1 50 Cft fl buys our regular 350 o Mens Linen Dmter DmterAutomQbfle DusterJU
lOU JU Automobile Coats CoatsCt C9ats CoatsCl
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Ct 1 Of 90 buys Mens Ie a Alpaca Coats Con l any variety of ofbiL
j biL tyJ sizes sizesC9 sizest
C9 52 t 50 ft buys Mena Cheriot Coats and Fonts antA hereto heretofore heretowsduu
wsduu 6OU fore priced at 600 00
MENS PANTS LESS THAN HALFPRICE
YOUNG MENS WHITE DUCK PANTS 50 50Every SOs 4 I IEery IEvery
Every pair of Light Colored Pants in Inour tfl l 50 CQ CQour
our house values up to 400 400Mens ivju ivjuMens I
Mens Ofllee O lee Coats Cont 15c
CHILDRENS SUITS
Childrens Casslmere Suits sizes 7 to 17 17Worth l 1 69 icfl icflWorth
Worth Up to 400 For
CLEARANCE SALE OF MENS FURNISHINGS
Xegllge Shirts cuffs attached and anddetaonodV anda anddetaohedk
detaonodV Value ValueThe JC JC75c
a 45c 45cI
The C CI CI
I lot of Mens White WhiteShirts hlte OCr 25
Shirts size 17 worth 1 6au c
STRAW HATS AT REMARKABLE SAVINGS
I Now 200 O H Hats HatsNow tS 110 1 I
LN0w a S
All Childrens Suits sold up to 500 and 37 5
800 to go for eo eo
Mens Poros Underwear Underwearper 25c r rper
per garment OC
1 lot of broken sizes in under underwear underwear underwear ¬
wear Value 100 Per Pergarment 35c 7Cr 7Crgarment
garment uwi
250 O Hats HatsNow H HatsNow t
Now 135
Mens Pajamas neat pat 89c O
terns Value 150 OC
1 lot Mens Hosiery 25c 250values 1 15c C Cvalues
values per pair
I NOW 300 Hats HatsNOW 9130 1 155 55 EC I I
FR1EDLANDER FR1EDLANDERBROS BROS 9th and E Streets
STRMDEDBOKGLAD STRMDEDBOKGLADTO STRANDED STRADEDBOY BOY GLAD I ITO
TO LEAVE LEA YE CAPITAL CAPITALFather CAPITALFathe CAPITALFatlier
Fathe Father Sends Ticket and Son SonLeaves SOl1Leaves SOilLeaves
Leaves for Home HomeNo
fiNo No more excursions for tne tneWith meWith ne neWith
With this this expressive ex e slve comment Albert G GEverhart GEverhart GEverhart
Everhart sixteen years eare old of Knoxvllle KnoxvllleFrederick KnoxvUleFrederick KnoxvilleFrederick
Frederick County Count Md who has been beenheld beenheld beenheld
held at the House of Detention for the thelast thelast thelast
last four days left yesterday afternoon afternoonfor atcmoonfor afternoonfor
for his home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The boy went to Baltimore last Sunday Sundayon
on an excursion from Brunswick Md Mdbut Mdbut Mdbut
but missed the return train Unable to tohave tohaY tohave
have haY his return ticket accepted on other othertrains othertrains othertrains
trains he started to walk home by way wayof wayof ay ayof
of the railroad When 110n he reached Wash Washington Washmgton Washflgton ¬
ington he was In a thoroughly exhausted exhaustedstate exbaustedstate exhaustedstate
state
Delayed for Two Days DaysThe DaysThe DaysThe
The police pol polleeendeavored endeavored to communicate communicatewith communicatewith communicatewith
with his father ther her In Knoxvllle but for formore tormore formore
more than two days could get no re response response response ¬
sponse In the meantime they began to todoubt todoubt todoubt
doubt the boys story of his stranding strandingand stmndlngand strandingand
and the subsequent foot trip from Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more more more Thursday however howev r word was re received received roceived ¬
ceived that the father had sent a ticket ticketfor tlck tickQtfor t tfor
for the youth to Union Station for return returnon returnon returnon
on the th afternoon train trainThe trainThe trainThe
The ticket Jailed to materialize and andthe andthe andthe
the disappointed boy was returned to tothe tothe tothe
the House of Detention The delayed delayedticket delaedticket delayedticket
ticket was received yesterday morning morningand morningand morningant
and the boy 00 was put abpard the first flrsttrain firsttrain firsttrain
train for Brunswick HQ was mighty mightyglad mIghtyglad mightyglad
glad to leave leaveMISSING leaveDSDGEOY leaveYIISSING
MISSING DSDGEOY BOY LOCATED IOCEEDGreek LOCATEDGreek LOCATEDGreek
Greek Found Wording In Spartan Sportnnnurg Sl1artnnburg Spartanburg
burg nurg S C Fruit Store StoreThe StoreThe StoreThe
The mystery of the disappearance dlaapp arance of ofGeorge ofGeorge ofGeorge
George Volokcs a Greek bby from his hishome hishon1c hishome
home 12 D street northwest several days daysago dasago daysago
ago was solved yesterday when a tele telejgram teleI8m telegritm
jgram gritm I8m from J H Hill chief of police at atSpa atSpaitanburg atSpatanburg
Spa Spaitanburg tanburg S C to MaJ Sylvester an announced announced ann ¬
nounced n unced that he had located the box boxthere bo bothere boythere
there working orkin In a fruit store The father fatherleft fatherleft fatherleft
left last night to bring the boy home homeThe homeThe homeThe
i
The boy explained to the Spartanburg Spartanburgauthorities Spartanburga Spartanburgauthorities I
authorities a thorlUes that he had grown tired of ofhome ofhome ofhome
home and had worked his way South by bydoing bydoJng byIoing
doing odd jobs with his countrymen He Hedid Hedid Rhdid
did not want to return to Washington WashingtonIdeal WashingtonIdeal WashingtonIdeal
Ideal NIght for Motoring on theS the theSpeedway Ikeapeedway
Speedway S edway and through the parks In InTTCO InIlCO InTrCO
TTCO taxicabs 3 hour Phone N 1222 1222House 12l2u 1212house
House u u Thief Gets etll Away AivayvPolice Awa Awaollce AwayPolice
Police ollce of the First ftr t precinct are looking lookingf lOOkIngfor lookingfor
f for or a negro who entered the residence of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Elizabeth Riley 936 93GItstreet KyBtreet Ietreet north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west Mrs Irs Riley RUe heard a disturbance disturbancedown disturbance4o
down 4o wn n stAirs and when she came down downthe downtho downthe
the negro negrO Jumped through thro ltJI s window windowJlbthlng wlndowNothing window2toththgwas
Nothing 2toththgwas was etol etalf
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MENS WHITE AND FANCY FLANNEL FLANNELPANT8 PANTS 380 380Mens 310wai 390Mens
Mens le 55 5 6 7 Pants s sizes up to 52 5 52Waist 325 325nO 2 OC OCWaist
Waist wai WaistBoys v iP > 3 3Boys
Boys nO Striped Office Coats Coat lOc
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD RAILROAD1 1
200 200TO
J JTO IGETTYSBURG IGETTYSBURGAND
TO TOGETTYSBURG TOGETTYSBURG
GETTYSBURG GETTYSBURGAND J JAND
AND RETURN RETURNAccount RETURNA
Account A coLlnt Army Maneuvers and Encampment EncampmentDistrict EncalftpmentDistrict EncampmentDistrict
District of Columbia Militia MilitiaSUNDAY MilitiaSUNDAY MilitiaSUNDAY
SUNDAY JULY 24 1910 1910Special I ISpechil ISpecial
J
Special Train via Picturesque Western WesternMaryland WesternMaryland WesternMaryland
Maryland Railroad
Train Leaves LeavesWashington LeavesWashington ves ves1rashlngton
Washington Union Station SlaUoq 750 7 50 ara araCamp a m mCamp inCamp
Camp Grounds Arrive 1155 11 5 a nm nmGettysburg m mGettysburg mGettsburg
Gettysburg Arrive 1200 noon noonRETURNING noonnETURNING noonRETURNING
RETURNING RETURNINGLeave nETURNINGLeave RETURNINGLeave
Leave Gettysburg 700 pm pmLeaVe p m mLeao anLeave
LeaVe Camp Grounds 703 p m mChildren mChildren mChildren
Children between 5 and 12 years of age half bal fare Excursion tickets ticketssold tloketssold ticketssold
sold at rate named above will be good going and returning only on onSpecial onSpeClal onSpecial
Special Train TrainJ rain rainJ I
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Passenger Traffic Manager General Passenger Pa enger Agent
TODAY ORDER ORDERHOLMES ORDrRHOLME ORDERHOLM
HOLMES HOLM HOME MADE MADEMILK MADEMILKBREAD MADEMILK
MILK MILKBREAD MILKBREADand BREAD BREADand BREADand
and learn the delight In store for foryou toryou foryou
you My cakes and pies will b be an another another another
other surmise aurnriseFRESH tsurorlS6FRESH surmiseFRESH
FRESH EVERY SUNRISE
21 Bread Tickets 100 100Holmes7 100Holmes 100Holmes
Holmes Bakery
107 F STREET s RE T N W WThe WPhoae ViPhos
Phoae Phos Mr M 411 411H 411b 411The 43TI
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Messengers Wanted WantedBoys IfantedBoys WantedBoys
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men with bicycles wanted wantedfor waqtedfor wantedfor
for messenger service serviceApply serviceApply serviceApply
Apply ApplyWESTERN1 ApplyWESTERN I IWESTERN
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