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10 IA THE WASmNGTfiN TASUINIITON r HERAIJ HEII ALl
A AUGUST
TUESDAY AUGUST 21910 2 1910
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Official Weather Report ReportFnJr ReportFnJrD ReportFairD Fair FairD
D J Kaufmans KaufmansHalf KaufmansHalf s sHalf
Half Price PriteSuit Suit Sale SaleAs
As usual keeps the Mans rans Store busy from morning to night nightYou nightYou nightYou
You cant afford to miss these bargains They are rare bar bargains bargains bargains ¬
gains that occur only twice a year with the Mans Store and andare andare andare
are appreciated by every everyone one who attends attendsAsk attendsAsk attendsAsk
Ask the man who has been to one of our sales He will willtell willten willtell
tell you u its the ONE GREAT GREAT HALFPRICE SALE OF OFWASHINGTON OFVASHINGTON OFWASHINGION
VASHINGTONI WASHINGTON WASHINGTONTwo
I I Two Suits for the Price of One I
1500 Suits 750
2000 Suits 1000
2500 Suits 1250 125O3OOO
3000 Suits 1500 1500I
3500 Suits 1750 1750Our
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Our Great HalfPrice Straw Hat Sale Salein Salein Salein
in Full Blast BlastMoneys BlastMoneys BlastMoneys
Moneys Worth or Money Back BackThe BackThe BackThe
The Mans Store StoreD StoreD
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Messengers WantedBoys Wanted WantedBoys Wanted1Boys
Boys over J16 16 and young youngmen youngmen onng onngmen
men with bicycles wanted wantedfor wantedI wantedfor
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for messenger service serviceWESTERN serviceApply serviceApply
Apply ApplyWESTERN ApplyWESTERN
WESTERN UNION OFFICE
1401 F Street StreetCOKE Streetimm
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t reuon roamnn frtr totS xnVn coke Kalnf being selected rittlaft fttl fur furcooking tori
i r cooking Coke is I the beet as a well wellas
as the cheapest fuel Well supply luppl i i
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TODAY TODA ORDER ORDERHOLMES ORDERHOLMES
HOLMES HOME MADE MADEMILK MADEMILK
MILK BREAD BREADand BREADanI
and anI learn the delight In storo Gtor for fo
you My cakes and pies will be an ¬
other surorlse surorlseFRESH BurDrlseFRESH
FRESH EVERY SUNRISE
21 Bread Tickets 100 100Holmes 100Holmes
Holmes Bakery
107 F STREET N W WPhone WPhooe
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PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW NOWAnd NOVAnd NOWAIM I > 1
And AIM BTOid the fall nub nubD nuhD rushD
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13046 fEW fiEW EW YORK AVENUE N W
FUKNAM FllL KANUES WARM Alit
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Store Uepairs I 1tstr tra and HttnocMinjj nmlod 1tcancsieiini liol a a Special FeatureRES FeatureQQf Feature Feeturetot
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Phono Pb M 129 129H 129H
H K FULTON FULTONEstablished
Established 1870 18703149th
3149th 314 9t 9th St NW NWMoney N w wMoney WMoney
Money to Loan LoanVa
Va Vate1aen nttIarII < rhrn Dlnmoniln nnd Jewelry
BARGAINS AT RETAIL IIETAIISTOP RETAILSTOP RETAILSTOP
STOP GOLD PIECE COINAGE COINAGESufficient COINAGESufClclent COINAGESufficient
Sufficient Quarter < Kn IJnJh Engles lca 1I Now In InCirculation InCIrculation InCirculation
Circulation Snyii Sny Department DepartmentOwing Dcpnrtl11cntOwing DcparinentOwing
Owing to a sufficiency In the number
no more quarter eagles will IIl be turned turnedout turn turnout turni1out
out ct mints of the th United States for toranother foranother
another year yearAnnouncement yearAnnouncement Cflr CflrAnnouneoment
Announcement to this effect was was made madeut madeut madilit
ut tho Treasury Tr68su
yesterday elJorda Quarter oa oaKles cagieg
Kles 188 representing a 1 value alue of 35000000 35000000are 35OOO0 35OOO0are
are now In circulation
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FOSTER F DAUGHTER DAUGHTERSUES DAUGHTERSUES
SUES FOR LEGACY LEGACYMrs Y t T 7
j jMrs
Mrs M rs Hele111L Helen JLLongaore K IJongacre Seeks SeeksShare S
Share of King Estate Estateairs
airs Helen King Longacre yestoroay yestoroayfllod yetorth etordaTlod j
fllod al alto lod od suit against flt Mr Mrs Mary Ki K Ktag g Gage Gageto Gageto Gai Gaishare ITe e
to tote share bare in the tit 111111 ii estate tate of her fos fostor toetel fosr
tel te teci r parent the late Sntfteett
King of this thiscity th thcity thisty
city ci ty Mrs 1 Gage is I well known in Jnlla I It
t delphia d dm eiphis society and a is It the t o wife of a aember
I member m ember of the British peerage P ra e Mrs Mr Mrsongscro
f i Longacre L ongscro is l the adopted oPtOd child of the let la lats
1 Endlcott E ndicott Icing and a foster sister of
Mrs M rs Gago GagolIr8
Mrs Longacro alleges an that else failed
to t o receive a portion of the estate be
r c cause cau e of misrepresentations
Mrs G Gqeand Gqe e
and a nd her brother Harry Harr 1Cti
King of this thisfurther tha
i C city ity made to her fo foster ter tatter It 18 Isurther
further f allied aU ed by the plaintiff that the theathcrs
t athcrs f property after Ills J death went
t to the younger ounor Mr lr King and Mrs 18 Gage
She Sa S he asks the court to declare the estate oetatea
a trust to order the specific performance performanceof
of o f a contract which she
says n her foster Costerparent
ps parent p arent made her when he insisted that thatshe
pn she s he take his name even though he did didnot didot
not n ot legally adopt her and I
to
pay JA to her heronethird heronethird hernethird
onethird o of Mr Ir Kings King property i
Endicott King 1ng was well known In this thiscity thllcity
city c ity as II a I man of considerable means meansHis mooD8His
His H is personal estate was large consist con t ¬
ing l ag of shares of stock amounting to near nearly nMrly nearg00oJ ¬
ly J50000 He was also the owner of ofconsiderable orcO ofonsiderable
considerable cO c 8lderabJe real estate e tate He died a little littlemore littlemore littleore
more m ore than a year 68r ago agoHis aCOHla agoHis
His will was recorded and as Mrs
Gage G age and Mr King were tho only onJ ebB children ebBdren ¬
dren d ren and helrsatlaw a 8 little more than thantwo thanwo
two t wo months ago the estate was dis distributed disributed ¬
tributed t to them Mrs Mr Sarah King wife wlr wlror
of o f Endicott King died before the die dh dhtrlbutfon dieributlon
tributlon t of Mr Kings estate tate so that thather thater
her h er interest as his widow was wa never neV6rtully neverully
fully f ully protected
NORWEGIAN SHIP ARRIVES ARRIVESVltnUn ARRIVESVitalin
AEEIVESr r
Vltnlln from Non Scotia Docks Doc in inAlexandria inAlexnndrln InAlexandria
Alexandria AlexandriaThe AlexnndrlnThe AlexandriaThe
The steamer Vltalla of < r bhristiansen
Norway Norwa laden with plaster for the Alex Alexandria AlexandrJI Alexandria ¬
andria Fertilizer Manufacturing 1fanufacturl Com Company Comvanyo Coatpany ¬
pany arrived at the Queen street wharf wharfyesterday whartcsterda wharfyesterday
yesterday csterda The vessel eael sailed from
Cheverl Nova Scotia Wednesday
Tho Vltalla V taU8 Is
the first steamship un under under unIer ¬
der t Norwegian colors to come com up the thoPotomac thePotomac
Potomac although fifteen yoars ago yes vessels yeseels 06 06sels ¬
sels came frequently to Alexandria to toload toI tooad
I load l oad grain for Europe The vessel OMel is iscommanded IIcommanded Iscommanded
commanded by b Capt Anderson n oraon and hafaa hats heha
a 8 crow of thirtylive thirtyliveMARRIAGE thlrtyfielUARRIAGE thirtyfiveNARRIACE
MARRIAGE LIGEXSKS LIOESSESTarior L1OESESTser I ITaylor
Taylor O Tlmbcrtake 21 and Lwdo a 0 Compton Cepton11ev
Her G Freeland Peter PeterAUnd IlterAllred LStsrAlfred
Alfred 0 BUridgc 11 MX sed ad Harriet A Etoom J eam a =
n Be Her Harry Uarr ItraMr ItraMrWaller lamler lamlerWalk1r YinserWaIter
WaIter F Preen 31 of Cfcfc ClikaJtO m III and Iwa DtIra1A1Ida
Uodau 1A1Ida 23 8 of lliitaddiAte 1hIlsdeI IX Ye Her U J L 1 1AidIr
W1IU W1IUAHdkr WllkA1MUey
AHdkr A P I 6 sft Snie Be 37 2 and WiaaUrrd JL JLu L
XtM XuUn u Un O 25 3 Her John W AiMUn
Ilcrbwt F AVflUotoB 35 and UtMMh Lone 24
both of Roanoke RMn H Ya a Iter n A H Thempxm TJtemp e
Aadrew W V Bruce m 16 and Brie JfSIoses M f Moses ZT i
both of Nokcn oIIan Copntr Va a ROT flu J M Little
DanM T aialrer tZ and Mark ano sdos B Bateman 19 I
Her B R E MarahaU
MarahaUCOLORED
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John A JackMB 22 t add t KUtn Soott 21 both bothof bothor botief I
of ChartoUwille Va Her It 3wpd I Irby
Truly J Hill 41 4 and Sarah K Johnson JoJm on u 39
Her ne if ti f W Clair CJalrJarora ClairU15
Jarora U15 W Ktmnao 33 3 and nd Era Smantrood SmanW OO 31
Rev W V J Howard
HOT mm M T r H TPBE I Bl A ls BI 5 SI
WEATHER DIARRHEA DIARRHEAIn
In the summer people or all agos arc very vor subject to
bowels Germs running of the
get into the
food or wator find their way into the
tines Une and keep irritating them Intos ¬
so that there Is a constant desire to have
movement It Is very vol weakening de
USE U SE
Btroys appetite disturbs sleep and pro pre >
p 40 M M V duces an Itchy Itch feeling that
DR D R M many man suppose
CALDWELL CALDWELLS
S to bo piles There are many quick Iulckcures cures
Msnim ripn Ki tor this aggravated form of
S YRU I RUP P PEPSIN but they the usually contain a a narcotic dysentery and
laxative waters but they have that is dangerous Others try salts and
with Ingredients such as are no o permanent effects It takes a a remedy romed
drive out tho troublecausing combined In Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin to
germs to clean out tho Intestines
strengthen the stomach to
and
do this but it Is a wellknown enliven fact tho liver Ordinary Ordlnar remedies cannot
do It Thousands use it oer that Dr Caldivells Syrup Pepsin do does 8
every
summer for this
druggist today toda and buy a 60 very cry purpose Go to your
cent or 5100 LoO
for you It Is guaranteed to do bottle and soo what it win do
has enabled thousands of families what to wo olalm pr r money mono refunded It
If cure themselves of simple ailments
you have never tried It
send 8 nd
TLE TL to toDR toDR toDR your Our address for a FREE SAMPLE flOP ¬
DR W B CALDWELL 400
Caldwell Bldg Monticello Ml illJ
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WANTEDAJAILBOAT IWANTEDAJAILBOATOfficias WANTEDAJAILBOATOfficials
Officials Desire Wafer Trans Transportation Transportation rranspOltation ¬
portation for Prisoners PrisonersSAY PlisonersSAY PrisonersSAY
SAY TRAIN TRIP IS BISK2 BISK2Appeal RISK RISKApIenl RISKAppeal
Appeal Will UI Be Made to Comml Commlitloncr CommbIoncrs Conimissioncrs
itloncr Ioncrs for forSuitablc Suitable Prison Ship to toCarry toCn toCarry
Carry Cn r 2 len Icn to OccoquniyExpenne OccoquniyExpenneof OQCOqUn OocoqunnExpenses OocoqunnExpensesof EXICnIU JII JIIof
of Convicts Excursion Would 1Vouhl Be BeReduced DeIletluced lieReduced
Reduced Authorities Assert AssertAn AlulcrtAn AssertAn
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An appeal for a I suitable prison boat boatto boatto boatto
to carry the Washington prisoners to toOccoquan toOccoquan toOccoquen
Occoquan Is soon to be put before the theDistrict UleDistrict theDistrict
District Commissioners Commlsstpners The type of boat boatdesired boatdesired
I desired has not been decided upon a all yet yetexcept yetexcept ot otexcept
except that it must have a capacity ca clty for forat torat forat
at least len t twenty prisoners prisonersThe prl80neraThe prisonersThe
The dally conveyance of prisoners to totho tothe j
the new Jail by train will bo expensive expensiveas <
as well as inconvenient and risky ese
chilly whore whore me the prisoners may nui nuia
I a dozen or more Any An greater
Is very elj unwieldy unwleld except under a heavyguard
guard guardWith gua guardWith rd rdVfth
With the obtaining of the prison boatthis
this risk rl lt and a large expanse will bcavoided
avoided as the prisoners can be putaboard
aboard at the gates of the B Streetworkhouse
workhouse and taken direct to to o Occo Occoouan 0000Juan OccojUfl
Juan ouanThe JuanThe jUflThe
The number of prisoners received dally dallyat da11yat dali daliat
at the local prison prJ on is generally on6llI about fir flfteen firteen
teen This number It Is I said easily OS8U fitr r
justifies the maintenance of a special specialvessel spectuvessel peclalv08Sel I
vessel for their transportation transportationOne transportationOne
One of the prisoners at the E street streetbuilding streetbundln L
building bundln bocamo Obstreperous bllreperou yesterday yesterdaymorning Y08terdaymorntng yoaterda r rmorning r
morning when taken t n from his cell to be besent besent hi hisent j
sent to OccoQuan Several guards were werenoceesary werenoc I Inocoasay
noceesary noc jr in order properly PIOfJ lI7 to subdue
aubduiV
him and he was the subject of anxiety Oxllt anxietto Oxlltto V
to his keeper during the entlr0 run runSome MinSome runSome
Some one had evidently forewarned him himof himor bin binof
of the exacting nature of the prisoners
duties at Occoquan and he did not like likethe liketho lIk lIkthe
the prospect The duties of handling handlingmaterial handlingmaterial handilnimaterial
material for the new prison prJ on may have havecounteracted MVcounteracted MV havicounteracted
counteracted his enthusiasm for the sim simple simple statpie ¬
ple life in the open openSIX openSIX openSIX
SIX ABE NATURALIZED NATiraAUZEDJustice NATURALIZEDJustice NAThBAIJZEDustice
Justice J ustice Wrljjht rJJht Rejects Nine Iue Appli Applicant AIpIlcllntll Applicahits ¬
cant cllntll for Citizenship CttizciuililpOf
Of fifteen applicants for naturalization 1 1efore 1
before b efore Justice Wright in the District I Iupreme t
Supreme S upreme Cfturt yesterday only onl six
were wereadmitted wer I 1
admitted a to citizenship They Tb S ares are J B fiomber
CA Comber C omber J A Burke N Harrington L
A Clause CJau el M a Healey and A J Minkln
Quite amusing amu lnc were some 10m of the an a aon anwers
I sq swers s given on by b the candidates to the thequestions UtequUon thi I Iuestions
questions q of Justice Wright WrightOne WightOne olght olghtOne
One said a Senator was u the chief
oflkor oflkorof o kor korot r r
of o f a State another that New
York had ha I l
thirtytwo th irtytwo Senators S8Jato
and still another aaotheraJcI r r
said 1d that tha the
legislature o a State
was wassimply wustmply I 1
simply s one Individual
FUNERAL OF JULIUS ULKE ULKEARCtl ULKECel ULKEged
A ARCtl ged Cel Land Office Employe Will In Be BeBurled DeDurleel lieBurled
Burled Today TodayFuneral ToelnTFuneral TodayFuneral
Funeral services for Julius Jullu Ulke a aveteran aeteran aeteran
eteran v employe of the Land La Cl Office who
died d ied Sunday Suoo night at his home 110m 1437 142 U Ustreet Ustroet
street s northwest will III be held this after afternoon attzonOOn afteroon ¬
noon n oon at 2M 2 oclock at the family taml rest r ¬
dence d ense Burial will be in Hock Creek Creekemetery
Cemetery CemeteryMr Cfmeter CfmeterMr C emetery emeteryMr
Mr Ulke had been in ill health b aJth for formore tormoro formore
more than a year 681 although he continued
his h is duties dutle
at the office
up to a month monthago monthago mouthgo
ago a go He was a native of Frankstein Frankstelnermany
Germany Gwrnn G ermany and Ad came osrn to New York when wheneighteen wheftI wheftclghteoo I
eighteen e years e r old with his brother
Henry the painter of Presidents who
died d ied in Washington last winter winterIn winterin Inter InterIn
In tho its Mr lithe came to Wash Washgton Washlton
lton ton opting o lng a I photographers store
He was appointed to tho Land Office in
ISiO 1 870 At the time of his death he was wasone wasone wasone
one of tho oldest men in the office o kc and andone andone andne
one o ne of the oldest resident of the Dis Disrict ¬
trict trictMr trict1lr t rict rictMr
Mr Ulke was well known as a member memberof memberor memberof
of Prof Simon Newcombs party to
Africa In 1S82 1SI 1S to observe the transit of
Venus He was also a member of the t taturday
Saturday S Night Musical 1Iu lcal Club the George Georgeown ¬
town t own Orchestra and a former
president presidentof peeldentot peskenl peskenlof
of I the German Technfkorverein He Is Issurvived JInrlod Ii Iisurvived
survived i by b his wife lte Mrs Helen nuehler uehJer
Y Ulke two daughters Flora C Clare Clareand Clueand C1ar S Sand
and Anna and a son Julius Ulke UlkeTWO UJkeTW IjikeTWO
TWO TW NEW CASES
Dr D r Woodward Reports Spread of In Infnntlle InfnntUe Infantlie
fnntlle PnrnlynlH PnrnlynlHTwo FnrnlyIsTwo
Two Two more cases ofMnfantile ot nranUle paralysis paralysiswore parahslwero pnralysIwore
wore added to Dr
Woodvsarda
report reportyesterday reportycsterda reportyesterday
yesterday yesterdayIt ycsterda ycsterdaIt
It ie thought that
one of these may Ina Inaprovo
prove of Importance In ascertaining the thecommunlcabillty thecommunIcability thecommunicability
communIcability of the disease diseaseAccording dlsCAseccordng diseaseAccordng
According ccordng to a statement from Dr
Woodward one of the children while whileaway whileaway hUe hUeawa
away awa in Virginia had slept with
another anotherchild anothpr anothprchild anotherchild
child who had had the disease and andrecovered andrecovered
recovered and it Is I thought possibly the
disease dlse se was contracted by the Washing ¬
ton child in that manner mannerDr mannorDr mannerDr
Dr Woodward further
stated that a e
quarantine quaranttn could be established establishedTnlcci OIItablishodTnc establishedTnkc
Tnlcci Vow Yo an Nun XunAt NunAt NunAt
At services held at the Georgetown Con Conont ¬
vent ont Sunday morning Sister Stephanie
daughter of N H Shea of this city took r
her vows as a a member of the Visitation I
Sisterhood Mass was solemnized by Rev ne
James Becker S J and the sermon was wa 3
preached by b1 Rev Henry Honr T Mason of o t
Woodstock College Sister
Stephanie was wa 3
a graduate of
Georgetown
Convent
and an I
is now a I teacher there thereWill thereWill
Will 111 Suniicnd Schedule ScheduleDuring ScheduleDurIng ScheduleDuring
During the I months of August and Sop
tember under an order made by the In
terstato Commerce Commission Saturday Saturda
the Capital Traction
Company will sus ¬
pend the onomlnuto schedule hedule
during durl9S the tb 0
rush hours for the Fourteenth
street
cars caz S
runmng ruiiii to LU ule I5 POllce ruuco Monument nonumenr Under unue r
the schedule cars were
required
to run ru C
ono minute apart between the hours of o f
415 4l and 545 p m mCourt mCourt
Court DismisHca Rule RuleThe RnleThe linleThe
The rule which required Albert Sidney Sidne y
Belote to show why wh he should not be ad I
Jud judged cd In
contempt of court
was dis dl I ¬
missed by b Justice Wright
yesterday osterda Be I
lote was recently rocontl ordered
by tho court cow t
to remain away from the hume of his hi Is
wife Elvina Frances Bolote
and it was wa 5
alleged that ho had not obeyed the in I I ¬
structions of the court courtv courtFlens courtFlcosIllve courtFleas
v
Fleas FlcosIllve Live In I Wnter WnterMaurice IVaterMaurice VatcrIaurlce
Maurice B MUzmaln an assistant In I fl
the plague laboratory at San in Francisco D
has Issued a report of flea killing to toFleas
Fleas can live in
water from
one to ten te a
days experiments experhpents having been made and as id
kerosene oil mtolble oil sulphur dloxid dioxi ri
hydrocyanic acl6 aet gas and other them chrmlcala chrrnlcab themcala
cala were used Jja la the process of klUlnj klilln
Prices PricesCut Cut on onummer onSummer onSummer
i rtiitt Summer ummer Goods GoodsOur
Our clearing out of a big summer stock stockoffers stockoffers stocks
s offers you genuine genuIne and large reductions reductionsfrom reductIOnsfrom reductionsfrom
from regular prices pricesThis pricesThis prices pricesI
I iWIAtAI1L i
This large Porch Rocker with big posts postsdouble postsdouble postsdouble
double woven seat and back backfl fl Ofi
fl reduced to totk gI gIWhen 9 1 1 2 98 O OWhen
tk 9 When in Doubt Buy of ofHouse ofHouse ofHouse
House c J Herrmann Herrmann7th
7th and I Eye Sts NW NWSWEET NWSWEET NWSWEET
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SWEET SUMMER SONGSTER SONGSTERSTARTS SONGSTERSTARTS
STARTS STRENUOUS STRAIN r T
It IB Just as natural for the summer summergirl
girl to sing as It Is for a a country brass braaband brassband
band to exceed the speed limit but butwh butwhen
wh when n sha tears off a R squawky spasm spasmthat spurnlhat
that rattles the tin roof rocks the chtm chimney
ney and sways the trees tree you feel like likegalloping IIkogalloping
galloping down iibwn the street and diving d1vln
head first from the water wagon wagonThero wapnThero waon
Thero are several brands of the sing
Ing girl One of them tunefully chirps
because of the effervescing Joy 30 that bub
bios from her dear little heart and you
yearn to tuck her in your arms take
her out into the night and show her the
twinkling stars staraThere
There is another who sings coon songs SODI
because she has a ragtime disposition dispositionand p UOft UOftaDd
and wants to help make the world happy
She Sh too to a face card in the vocal OC1 OC1deck
deck and you ou dont run away awa and hide hid
behind the e eand nd dunes when you IOU see 8er
h hsr r coming comln your 01 way Still another anothersings anotbersin anothoss1ngs
sings sin the sad dreamy things thn Like her hergladsomo herbladlMmlo hergladsotno i
gladsomo sisters there is promise la Inher is I
her song for It 18 a good bet that you 700soon
soon strike bike a a sympathetic chord and Dfl DfltODderl I
tenderly tODderl hold her han nd < l while she soul soulfully aoulc1l soulfully
fully c1l fullyThere sighn sighnThere 815MTItore
There Is yet one however who doesnt doesntappeal 8N1tt 8N1ttappett1
appeal to you so affluently eIoctuenU and Instead Insteadof Itea IteaUC Isisteadof L
of waiting wa1 patiently about when sh abstarts sitstarts
starts to vocalize you 70 take toe flrst ArstHPtntng
Ugntnlng express for distant scenery sceneryThis JlCen8l7TltI8 sceneryThis
This is I the staging girl who thinks she I5h I5hbas
has a license IIc6 H to makejlbe make makhs lhe grand opera Gp open ra rat L
stars t toqk like Mexican Mexbn money She ShehaD Shehangs I
hangs haD out at most mo t of the seaside o shacks shacksand ahacksaM shacksand
and if you want to locate her all that thatyou Uuitou thatyou
you ou have to do is go down on the street treei treeicorner net netcomer
corner and ad listen ten She may ma hava taken a acouple acouple s scoupi
couple of lessons in cackle culture and andwhen andwbm I Iwhen
when she tells tel a seaside Ide friend about 1C It Itthe Itthe
the seaside seasld aId friend passes p ue along the gtal gis I Ithe
tidings to the rest of the mosquito MNIqultotuners
sluggers Before night she be becomes a s L
poltehed vocalist O < < alIt Next it is noised DOIaedaround uoIi uoIiaround sI I
around that she be Is a candidate for the thee theItqe I Istage
stage e and finally some seen chap who
WILL SEEK REFUND OF TAX TAXStep TAXStcP TAXSteps
Step Steps to Recover Money Paid by byDistrict b bnbtrlct byflistrict
District Antolsts AntolstsHoteombe AutolstsHolcombe AntoistsHolcombe
Holcombe G Johnson local treasurer treasurerof
of the National tlona Automobile Association Associationannounced Aocatlonannounced Associationannounced
announced yesterday Y68tf da that steps would be benunedlately
immediately I taken to be In readiness roadtne s to tomake tomake tomake
make a demand for refund of tax
taxes al already already already ¬
ready paid by District Dt trJct motorists for
Maryland licensee in case the law is isshown Isshown Isshown
shown to bo unconstitutional unconstitutionalIt
UIt It is the opinion of the association associationgakl 88IOCSatSonsaid associationsaid
said Mr Johnson that in the event the
United States Stat Supreme Court decides decidesthat decidestbat
that the th tax is unconstitutional the theState theState
State Stat of Maryland Ma land has no right in Jus Justice Justice instice ¬
tice or equity to retain possession of
license or regulation regula tlon fees already col collected collooted ¬
lected since July 1 when the motor vehi vehicle vehlclo ¬
cle law of that State went t into effect effecton etrecton effecton
on the ground that licenses or taxes un unconstitutionally unCOn ¬
constitutionally COn tJtutionally exacted can usually 11 be berecovered berocoered
I recovered by b those tbo e who paid them under undercoercion
Icoercion coercion coercionThe coercionTho coercionThe
The association contend that a pay payment pay payment paymeat
ment made by b a citizen of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States for the privilege of exercising one oneof ODtot oneof
of his rights rl htl as such guaranteed by tho thoConstitution thoConUtutlon theConstitution
Constitution the only alternatives being beingthe beingthe
the surrender of the right or subjecting subjecUnhlIM9t
himself to the payment of a fine or fin Iniprisonment finprl80nment lidprisonment
prisonment under Maryland penal statutes statutesfor statutostor statutesfor
for the exorcise of it can be recovered recoveredin
in a civil civil action actionThe actionThe
The association cordially invites all aUmotorJats allinotnrists I
motorJats ot the District who have
out Muryland licenses for the
year CAr or who intend to do so nonrnom nonrnombera nonmombeN nonmembets
beN as a well as members to send theirnames
names and addresses Addros es as well as the li license Uconse Iiconse ¬
conse numbers and the date on which whichthe whichthe
the same were taken out to Holcombo HolcomboG
G Johnson local treasurer of the asso association nsaoelation ¬
elation at the local headquarters 2
Oxford building buildingSuch buildingSuch
Such concerted a action tfon will aid this thissecond thissecond i
second and important step in fighting fightingthe fightingth
the th case and will constitute a a public ac acknowledgment acknowJedgment
knowledgment of the spirit in which the themovement thomovement 1
movement Is undertaken undertakenThe undortakenThe
The Most Iost Enjoyable Motor Iotor Rides Ridesare Ridesare
are taken in TTCO taxicabs Cooling and L
refreshing refreshingRate Rate 3 hour Phone N 112 1512PLACES 112PLACES
PLACES OF INTEREST INTERESTIMmxs
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and ° en ° ° cert certain In hoHdajr JtoUda
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9 a a m to 9 p Po a S Sundays Ddjrs 2 to 9 it m n
White IlmweOpon 10 1 a a m to S p m is
United States S tes CapitolOpen 9 a m to 430 p m
Corcoran Gallery of ArtOpjn trtOp n free frNl T THtdar ed r
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1 1 to 4JO p Po m Other dare 25c 5c admtMtoa admiMk > > 1
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to 2 p Po m The original Declaration of Independ Independeaoe lad ledependmoe nd ndeaor
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p pm pmUnlW m mUnited
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p pin pinUnited rtu rtuUnited m mUnltld
United States PastofflceOpcn 9 a m to 2 p m
Washington Cltr Postofflce Postom PoitoficeOPen Open pen all hour hcNnIThe The ina a
Dead Letter OUteo Ol cu is In the city pastrafflce psto5
National Botanic GardensOpen Gardln < tn 8 a L a m to 5p m
Fbh Cenunljaion CemmbsfonOI1CD Open 9 a m to 431 43 p m
Array Aflfl Medkal ilascum lulCumven Open 9nmtol 9 A m to 431 Jpm Po p to
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clndlne c iiidn holidays holidaysAgricultural I
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p Po m mBureau mDllrtnu
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to t o 23 p m mWashington mWUblng10n
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8JO II 5a a m znto to 439 p Po m Elerator Eleratorrans runs from trem9ain trem9ainolpin 9 a m L
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p m Ineludine tneittdIn holidays
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P pm pm2ur m mNary inNary
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Southworth Cottage 56th th and Prospect are Te
Key Mansion MarulonHome Home of Francis Scott Key author auth r
of The SUrSpangUxl Banner 3518 M I street at t north
west Open daily exeept ex pt Sunday 9 a m to 530 53 5
p Po tn Admission Admlsfl n free freeIN freeIN frreIN
IN THE SUBURBS SU UltDS
Zoological ParkOpen all day r
Rock Creek Bridge rlde and Park
Chery CheT Chase and Kensington KenslDgWnanl > 5
Natal anl Obeerratory Obundoryopen Open 9 a m to 3 p za
Mount Vcrnpn the home and tomb of WlUhln Vublox
ton tonOpen Open 11 11a v a m to 4 p m
United Statjis eta tat1n Boldiers 8oIdicrsHoD SoidierajlomoOpen HomoOpea > > Open 9 I a In to
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Arjington Rational llUonal Omctery f fWatch rWatoh S
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i to t o get six years 68rs at tho penitentiary penitentiarystone penitentiarystone I Itone
s stone tone pile asks ks her to sing singThe singThe singThe
The singing girl loses lo es no time In get gettins gettln geting
tins tln t ing right on the Job Not once does she shekick sbekick sh
kick k ick or shy shy or back Spreading the theplans theplana th thlaits C
plans p laits and specifications 8peel eaUone on the piano she sherolls sherolla sh
rolls r olls her eyes like a men J In who has swal swallowed swallowed swa swacwed I ¬
j lowed his h false teeth and then makes makesthe mak makehe 8 8the
the t he dive without stopping to think how howdeep hoUdeep ho
deep d eep the water Is S In most cases it Is go godeep sOdeep a aeep 0
deep < d eep that even Melba wouldnt have havetaken havetaken hat hataken
t taken the flrst ar t splash before tying on onfe a alife
II i life li fe preserver preserverA
A softsouled gent once said that thatmusic thatmc the themusic A
i < music mc hath charms to soothe the sav savage sa saAle ¬
age a ge breast but the average lerao cottager Is Isnow Isnow
now n ow willing to wager a pound of r gum gumdrops gumdroJ gunrops 1
drops droJ d rops to a tallow candle that he would wouldhave wou1dha woul woulhave
have ha vo changed his h guess if he had heard heardthe heardthe hear hearhe
t the t he singing aIn g girl commit the vocal crime crimeUp crimeUp crimeUp
Up and lid down goes her voice oke like likelde a aride ai
i j ride i on a toboggan chute and when she shehits Mhohl s shits
hits hl the curves you might thhfk that the theelp tI tIIp
yelp elp Ip was a a case of o assault and battery batter batterIn hattern
j In i n the first degree Long before she shereaches shereaebea al aleaches
j reaches r the homestretch you want to call callthe calltbo en enh
i the t tt h cops and ad yet when she dashes under underthe undf undfthe undihe
the t he wire you clap your hands pat her heron heron hi hion
on < the back and say that it was the thebest thebMt U
best over ver Out of the kindness of their theirheart th the fr frMutll
heart Mutll some people will juggle the truth truthuntil truthunw trial Is
i until It breaks blMk eks but they know there thereorgiveness is isforgiveness IIforgtyenee8
j forgiveness f beyond the skies skiesOf skiesor skiesof
Of course cou the staging gin girl Is asked ask to torepeat toropeat to toepeat
repeat r the offense O < < e and she obliges obllS s again againand againaAd agt agtagain
and again in tact after she once gets getsstarted ge gestarted ets etsa
j started a rte4 you ca can neither flag her nor norswitch norn1 iii r rsWIth
switch n1 k her on a side track and U is IsmJeerr Ismisery j
misery for the mob as long as her vaca vacation tat UI UItJoa a aties ¬
i ties money holds out outAt oatAt outAt
At home the singing c girl Ss the same sameShe ani aniShe me meShe
She rips It off to III agonising ° chunks C nk8 and as asthrows
throws tltrO it at you OOU through u the parlcr park win wi ¬
dow dowBut I do dewBut
doBut
But there is a heavensent adjustment adjutmentof adjustmeef
i of f all things thtAs A
time
runs on a little littleo liti
o is rented renUl in th the twostory two story row ro and ni
operatic o eraUe easn gQp gives wa way a to Roc
I I Abybaby and peace pea e reigns supreme supremeBRIDGE supremeI supremeBRIDGE
I BRIDGE REPAIRSARE REPAIRS REPAIRSARE
ARE CONDEMNED CONDEMNEDEngineer CONDEMNEDEngineer Li 11
Engineer Hannum Calls 1
Job Jo U Up
011 Aqueduct Patchwork PatchworkAt p
At beat but patchwork Is the term termapplied termapplied tot In Inppiesl
applied a to the 0 th present method of
repair reps Ic Icng ¬
ing i ng the Aqueduct Bridge across acro the Poto Potomac Potomao Pot 0 0mac ¬
mac River at Georgetown by Capf Capt War Warren We Var Varren U Uen ¬
ren r en T Hansom
the engineer
officer in incharge Incharge
charge c in his ha annual report to the Chief Chiefof Chletor Cii let
of o f Engineers EngineersLack EugineersLack EngineersLack
Lack of funds Is ascribed by b him as
the t he reason for the
present IMOIeDtndltion Condition N New ew ewefects w
defects d efects are discovered at each aeb examina oxamir is ¬
tion t ion He says 33 further that unless unle s the thepresent I bo
present method of repairing Is changed chang ed
deterioration will set in to such an ex i ixent 1
tent t ent that repairs of o any 11 sort will event eventualty eentually eve nt
ualty be impossible impossibleCapt Im ImpoosibieCapt 08lbJc 08lbJcCapt
Capt Hannum says there are three threeways threewas thi ee
ways of bettering the present condition C
first by b replacing the
bridge brl 18 with an anentirely anentirely anentirely
entirely new ne one at a cost of 560 960000 960000with 000 000with xi xiwith
with fewer piers and
longer spans sec second second a aend ¬
ond by b replacing the five old piers with withnew withnew w wnew
new ones at an estimated cost of 350000 350 OOO
third by b J il
proldlng some plan to mak me
au a me OM piers as sotra as a a piece pieceasonry or oC
masonry m asonry at a cost of IPOOOQ 1i 10kLDEPORTING IPOOOQDEPORTING < iOOJ iOOJDEPORTING
DEPORTING IS UPHELD UPHELDPhilippine UPHELDPhlUpplne TJEEELDhilippine
Philippine P Supreme Court Snntnlns SnntnlnsAction SUletnlnsAction Suntal
Action Excluding Chinese ChineseTho ChineseTho
Tho Bureau of Insular Affairs of the
War W ar Department has received a cable cablegram cablegram c1 Sle ¬ I
gram g ram from Manila announcing that the 1
Supremo S upreme Court of the Philippine Islands isis riuS riuSas i
has h as handed down a decision decl lon upholding uphold tng
the t he right of the Philippine government governmentto governni governnideport I
to deport twelve Chinese from fromla Ma Manila lIanUl ¬
nila a la on the ground that they the were un Unesirable ¬
desirable d residents residentsTho r residentsThe cnts cntsTho
Tho deportations were made at the re request yeuest ¬
qf quest q uest of the Chinese consul at Manila Ms aila ailaor
for f or blackmailing the Chinese Chlne e residents residentsAnlcn 5 5Attics I
Attics RJII Absolute Divorce DivorceAlleging DhorceAlleslng DivorceAlleging
Alleging Infidelity naming a s core corespondent corc6pondcnt co copondent ¬
spondent a and charging excessive use usentoxicating of ofintoxicating orIntoxicating
intoxicating I liquors Charles
A Hall Hallerday yes yesterday Yesterda ¬
terday terda t flied suit for absolute divorce from fi fimma
Emma li l mma F Hall They The were married na nactober
October O ctober 25 ISIS 1St I at
> ¼ v Jersey City There Thereare Ti Iheronre iere ierere
are o re no children childrenIOCAL cblldrenLOCAL childrenLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONfiXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCunSIONS MENTIONEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS TODAY TODAYNerfaJfr TODAYNerttl TODAY1 TODAY1Nerfalk
NerfaJfr and a Washington Steamboat Companys Coinpi
steamers i from foot of Serenth street for Old Point I t
C Comfort otafort and Norfolk Norf
k dally at 615 p p1 m
Steamer Chartes Chul Macatester for Mount Vernon Ve moo
t Jeans races Seventh street wharf at 10 a ra and andin 530 JI
P 1 mSteamer 11 11SIMmer m inSteamer
Steamer for Colonial Beach leaves Sermtb Mrwt r rrkerf t
ttfearf whir orcrr men day except Monday 9 a m Satur Sa S Say ¬
day d ay fit Bt Johns Join 230 2 > > p IB Qn Queen en Anne 6 p ra
Moonlight lOO lJht trips 7 p ra ewry day ex except pt Saturday Bitt irday
and a nd Sunday palace gtearaer SU St Jotos Jo al
Cars fr from m Fifteenth street and New ev York Y tk arenao ar eons
nay t erry quarter hour for Zoo Park Chary Chase and
KensingtonCbcMpeake KenalastGuC Kensington
CbcMpeake C aepeake Bead De BeioJsaltwatcr bs saltwater bathing Cars Car from
Utk thandta and N Y av avWnshlnston a aWAshington
WAshington Baltimore and AptMpolii Railrar Ratli is
Baltimore Annapolis Chesapeake C Day resorts At ¬
I lantic talic City Cars any half hoar ISth and andX JV 3 Y
a are re
Concert Music Every ETcr Evening Ecnln
at tho Wlnevlew Pleasure Club Music
and dancing every Tuesday and Thurs ¬
day evenings at 730 12th and Rhode
Island avenue northeast northeastSatisfaction nGrthcastSnUllfoction northeastSatisfaction OO
Satisfaction In Assured When n
you ou trade at Grogans
both from the th
treatment you OU receive re reccYvo < eYe and the Furniture
you ou buy bu Thats why threefourths of
their sales today are made to former
customers customersYoull customersYoull
OZ OZYoull
Youll Know Why 11 Good Housekeeper
Insist on having Jno G Mcinbergs
bread If you ou try It once Any grocers grocersFrench grocersFrench
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French Perfumes PerfumesTrue True Flower Odors
jit t one oneha1 half usual usu Brlces4 r1ces Brentanoa ttf
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r rCapital
Capital and Surplus 56000000 56000000Deposits S60OOOOODeposits 56OOOOOODeposits
Deposits Over 230000000 S2300OOOOOOfficially 230000000Officially 23OOOOOOOOfficially
Officially Designated Depository in Bankruptcy BankruptcyOpen BankruptcyOpen Bankruptcyraat
Open Until 500 P r raat M iv on 1st iqi 2d ru 3d 3d15th u u15th J I Il5th
15th 16th 17th and Last Days of Each Month MonthSaturdays MonthSaturdays onth onthSaturdays
Saturdays from 600 to 900 P M MGet MGet MGet
Get the Right Idea IdeaDont IdealDont
Dont think you must start a savings account with witha
a big lot of money mone or youll ouJI probably never j wake ake the thestart thestart thestart
start
Savings grow from small amounts amountsThink amountsThink amountsThink
Think of the ddllars the quarters the dimes and andoven ande andnickels
oven e n nickels spent spenttinnecessariky unnecessarily Think what hat they would wouldtotal would1ltal wouldtital
total 1ltal if saved sa ed for a year ear with 3 interest added addedThese addedThese addeiThese
These are the amounts amounf that should be tucked away
In intilebank intilebankYou the baalc baalcYou oonkYou
You dot miss fbpu bcm in sponijtag spon iaryou ugyou you wont wont miss missthem missthem misstlCa
them ia saving savingBut sayingButsomeday SavingButsorne
But Butsomeday Butsorne some day when wkcnnecty ncces nece ty f cries crs form for awney ney youll Joullfincl youllfind
find that the little little savings davmgs haye created a handsome handsomebalance h handsomebalance ndsome ndsomebalanc
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TODAY TODAYMerchants TOnA Y YMerchants
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Merchants and Mechanics MechanicsBranches
Branches Branches7th Savings Bank Bank7th
7th and G N w wPa Pa Ave and 10th N W WWith WPA WPa
Pa Ave and 20th N W With Wvth
With vth ith our Travelers Checks Drafts or Letters of ofCredit ofCredit I
Credit Cr it there is absolutely no annoyance in securing funds fundsin fundsin fundsany
in any part of the world worldthe worldHelp worldUs
Help Us to Keep Down Downthe
the High Cost of LivingYou LivingYou Living Living1You
You can do it by taking advantage of the fol following following following ¬
lowing opportunities Our profit is small but butour butourfriends our ourfriends ourfriends
friends are numerous numerousFancy numerousFaney numerousFancy
Fancy New Potatoes Pot toes 17c per peck 1 1 Ih Pore Pepper for 12c
66c per bushel Winner Brand Baking B skIsg Powder owdpr per
Safety Matches Maten 3 doc boxes tor forlfe lie can canShoe 5c
Shoe Pollen PoUII 3 bottle Dottl for lie 10 lie Milk Chocolate per M cake 7c c
Laundry Launclr Starch S Ib lbs IN for lie Btida Chocolate
per H > 3c c
Gold Dust per package 4c Wilburs Wllbw fclb Ib Cocoa I9c 1
Sunn Sunny Monday oDda7 Se sp p 4e
PoMcs edks o ts lie Bake Bsais per can7c can i c
Klrkmans Borax Soap 4e Polks Soups Soa 4 CSUM eta for 25c Sc
Star of the East Fkrar onr 9 par w r bar Regina Jt Cat Lemo Leaaoa Cling Peaches aches
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per percan can 12c 12 c
I Per ttbblvsack i Mclc
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Moalal Tomatoes toes 4 ca case for 25c 5c 5cI
Per slb ib lb trial sack tic
Capalt Salmon I caw eau for tie
Old Time Family Flour I < MK >
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JeHjrcon lel per 1 ck 7 pc He
I fcbW 4b bW sacks cks
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i Hasty But aty Tapioca J per pdt 7c
HbbL sacks OM l 111 Hx sack socks Fine De Salt 7 7c c
6lb lb trial sacks en ISo lie l c Macaroni > > aeroal fie c
I 1 lb Young Yo Hyson Tea iktor for fr lie i ic1arKa packjj pscke s for lie
1 lb 40c Gunpowder G1InpowderTa Tea To for tie
lie His HgIigrad p graft Toilet Paper per
1 lb 4c 4 Foecbow Fooeho Tea far f 2 1e c roll
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1 lb Sec 6 Gunpowder Guapow er Tea Tm for foriSc Sfc Se Toilet Paper S roita for forlOc lc
1 lb SOc FornwwaTea Formo a Tea for forISv Ifc Norway Mackerel 1 for loc
1 lb SOc ee Japan tapa
Tea Te for 9e
2c e sIze Gold Leaf Bakins Baking Powder
1 lib Ib U 1 Oofonp for Sic
per p can lee
1 lb 1100 100 1 Gunpowder for lie
Glngr Snap
per U 1 5c
35c Golden Crown Coffee per IbXlc 71n nltat t Soda Cracker per lb 7c
SOc Santos PesU Pberry erry Ctfe ee per IbJIc lb c Cream Cre Lunch Crackers per lb7c lb 7e
25c 5c Maracalbo Coffee per Ib lblie I7c Dewey Mixed Cakes kes per po Ib lblOc lOc
20c Oc Everybodys Evel7boc1 Coffee Co Coite < <
ee per Ibl4 Ib14o o Ifc Vanilla 4 bottles botu for forGive 2Sc 2ScGive
Give your order at an anyone any one of the following stores and the ex expressman expressman cxpressman ¬
pressman will deliver it large or small for lOc lOcES IDeJI lOct
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1403 140 Pork Road N Nb NESTDLISHED IV IVESTABLISHED V VESTABLISHED
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It Wilson n 4b Mayers MayersSSSftfSSr Mayers1227
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The Place to Furnish Your Home HomeGENUINE HomeGENUINE HomeGENUINE
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In port l1 naTESolid rtSoUd Solid Mahogany nholan nnd Quartered Oak Extension Ed oHlon Tables Din
Inrr In l ag Chairs China Closet Clol tl Buffet Mnhojjuny nbo n and Quartered Quarte d Oak Bureaus Dn ous
nnd a nd Chiffonier Bran Brims Be Beds < lx Colonial Mahogany labol1lh Bedroom Suite Sofa
Davenport Bed Beds Bookcases Parlor and Library Tnl TnbleJII > lci Comfortable
Rocking Ro kluJ Chairs In Oak Mahogany n11010n nOd Mahogany Finish Parlor and Li ¬
brary brol b rary Cbnlrw and Rockers 1arlor and Library Llbral Tables Rugs nnd various
other o ther handsome hood some piece for every llr room In the home
It will pay you ou to look through our rooms before purchasing else ¬
where Visitors lsitors always welcome Nothing misrepresented misrepresentedWILSON mlsTprp8ntpdWILSON misrepresentedWILSON I
WILSON 6 r MAYERS Manufacturers Manuradur n Auctioneers 1227 and 1229 G St
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The Shoomaker Shoo maker Co CoX331 +
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50 ro e ycnr years eora practice Iractl treating Nervous and
Chronic Diseases also stomach lungs
asthma catarrh appendicitis Mrnr fTer heart kMMys
bladder tincture discharges dicbarc general debility aB1 and
special weakness WMne blood and skin db dbca diseases a f Special
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