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are the thenicest thenicestfaCe nicest tf ace Towels on the market and sell regularly O Jxn Jxnat
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Many Crack Athletes to Com Compere Compere ¬
pere in Grove Games GamesENTRIES GamesENTRIES
Feature Jhcnt of Uac Jloct VIII De DeHac
the Great Relay Ucln Race for the theHoJ1t i
Montgomery HoJ1t omer County Connt ClinmplonHhlp ChnmplonHhlpUrcud
lrendy Urcud 200 201 = 00 ICntricH have Been De n Re Received Reched Recelved ¬
ceived for the t1 c Fifteen Event EventMore EventsMore Jhenblore
More lore than MO 1 < 01 of the best athletes In Inthe Inthi hithe
the > South AlanUc AtIanji luan Association have made madei ma4eJarly m4 m4iar1y
Jarly i f iar1y arly 200 entries ute in the fifteen events to toI tC
1 decided d lde4 at the eighth Annual nnul Labor LaborI LaborIay
I Iay > ay games of the Washington AInlton drove droveAthletic GroveAt
Athletic At h tettc Association on the Grove Field FieldMonday lIeklfondIY Flek1ondny I
Monday > fondIY September lKember 6 at 1919 10 a L m mThere mTh mThere
There Th re will m be thirteen thtrt events for the theindividual the1ndildual th4jiidvi4ual
individual athletes and three relay races racesfine ncaalne racestne
fine lne for second teams one one on open to all allFenior aUffnlor 1
Fenior relay reIA quartets and nd the third for forthe forthe foi foithe r
the championship of Montgomery Mont OlDlIT County CountyThe Couot7The CountyThe
The fight in the latter event eat for county countyhonor eountyhonor eoflflt
honor and distinction dlft incUon promises protn to eoflfltb be b one oneof one1r oni onif b
of 1r f the mO5t mo t fiercely contested in the long longseries Joneerlu loniarIe
series arIe Just now the Silver Sprjng SprJ team teamthat tlllmthat
that made such a a thrilling finish last lastyear IatyeAr Ii Iiar t
year ar looks like the t winner but Wash Washington Washngtofl Vub Vubington ¬
ington Grove will have more than thanflghtlng a afighting af
fighting f ghtln chance Rockvttle and Gaithars Gaitharshurg GaIUtrIhurg
hurg both if they enter teams GalthorsI ivfll ivfllnave w wU 1 lMye
nave youngsters of ability jvho vho bo will wt at ataat ata9t a aeast I t
> east aat give the leaders a pretty UJ stiff ure race raoefor raceCor ra S Sfor
for the prize prizeThe prizeThe prizeThe
The Washington Wuhln ton Y M C A Brook Brookland Brookland Brookland
land and Tremonts will b be the leading leadingi leAdingontend r f
i ontenders ontend n in the senior 101 relay while for forthe forthp to tothe r rr
the second teams Tretnont Silver Stl Spring Spr1n Spr1nMercury
Mercury and UN Crescents Crssc nts the latter lsJterpzartet a afriartet acplartet
friartet from the Oriole city will WII wHght fight it itrut Itnut I t tfut
rut for the bin blue r ribbon abon abonThtrc c cThere
There will be jbmemjghtr tt an contests contestsPROPERTY conteltsPROPERTY contestPROPERTY a
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tenant or purchaser for that thathouse thathouse tha 4 L Lhouse
house of yours yoursIf yoursIf yoursIf
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appllqued motif in conter two neat neatcorner n neatcorner at atcorner
corner i llecea leces Battenberg insertion
between body of spread and wide
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back save ve your carpets carJ ts and rugs by
using usln a tarp rpet t sweeper Theres
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and for rd finishes A good o one S 2 250 0 50
ir It iip the individual events eV ntll especially in the
pole p ole vault and high Jump In the former ormer
such S uch topnotchers as Sterretts Ward Vard
Se t Weldman Wiley Wile and Robertson will
clash e laah for premier honors
Just at
pres presnt prosnt ¬
ent e nt Ward
the Baltimore
boy is in great t
form f orms and it is expected that the South
Atlantic A tlantic
champion Sterretts has h his hi work
cut c ut out for him himThe himThe himThe
ce The entries in the th middlddtetanco
events e euts are of the classy order and in include Include ¬
clude e lude such excellent performers as Kelly
Klphistooe Llmpert Black Le Cato
Hughes Hugh and Goiter from Baltimore
Hildebrand Shwing Young Herring Herrln
Rose Thrall Stock Hurd and Fleming Fleml c
i of o f Washington WaahJ ton An
any one of whom is 1
j likely l to be in the front squad at the tin ftnlbes
Jahes l lbes of both tb half and mile events
Entrlesvfor all of the events close to tomorrow tomorrow
morrow and no blank bl nk will be received recetvodftee
after a ftee that time Send entries to John T
Meany Mean TOO U Fourteenth street northwest nOrUlvtWOODMEN
Big Ceremony Will Be Held on Sep September September
tember 21 21Programme 21pzogranunc 21Programme
Programme Includes Parade Before Beforenml Deforeami i
and Reception After Work WorkAt Vorkof
of ofegrec cgrcc Team TeamAt
At a II meeting of the executive
camp of ofthe ofthe ol
the Woodmen of the th World composed composedof compos I
of 0 delegates deJ t
from all local camps at the theNaUo
National NaUo 1 Hotel H tel last night plans were werepttrtected wer
perfected for the big bll class Initiation of o oao
200 candidates niitIt on September 21 l in Odd OddFellows OddFono I IFellows
Fellows Fono Hall HallSovereign I ISoerefgn
Sovereign Manager E B Lewis com commaDder cornmandor
maDder for the District was present presenthaving presenthaving presenthaving
having made a special trip from Omaha OmahaNebr OmahaNebr OmahaNabr
Nebr for the purpose of receiving the theroport th
report of the executive camp campThe campThe
The full amplified amp amplifi lifted protection degree of o r
tha order will be conferred by the de degeo doteam
gree team of Elm Camp mp No 8 So under undercommand unIerCGlDma1w I Icommand
command CGlDma1w of Capt J J C McDonnellThe lIeConnellThe McDonnell McConnellThe
The team has been drilling drmln for the past pas t
two months for this th occasion and will willput willput wil 1 1put
put the work on in a fine style The Theprogramme TheplOsramme Thiprogramme
programme includes Jncl de a 8 parade before and anda andA am I Ia
a smoker after the ceremony cormon This Tltl
being b9fn the first event of Its kind given
by the local camps elmI Jt is Intended to make
it a notable notablealralr notablealralrSberman affair ffalr ffalrSliernians
SlicrmanM Pet Pig PlfirVery PIJ PIJVer Pigvets
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President PrOil Presidentof entor of the United Statas Stat Stateshas lbas has a net netpig satpig pi It Itpig t
pig But he has It was given him blmas blmasa as a aa i
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it Is pos possible possible I Isiblo ¬
sible the pig p1 has outgrown and put aside asidepiggish Iildeplgg acid a apiggish a
piggish plgg things by b this tlmo tJm timeand and an taken takenon takonon takenon
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population of the State of Michigan is is2Slfll3 IsSlGli3
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The increase therefore Is 161 per cent as ascompared ascompdred ascompdred
compdred with an increase for the pre preceding preceding proceding ¬
ceding decade dcc de of 327093 or 15 l 1PercCnL per cent
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different stylos some have shirred shirredyoke shlrrodyoke skirtedyoke
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chamois finish 12 yards to the piece
36 inches wide guaranteed first firstquality firstquality firstquality
quality in every ever way specially speciallyadapted speOlallyadlipted speciallyadapted
adapted for womens and antichildrens Affc
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This Is without a doubt the thegreatest thegrelltest
greatest Linen value alue ever ftver given Iven the
Washington public It Ie I is of or a heavy
quality qUAlIt closely woven every very thread threadpure threadpuro threadpure
pure linen and water shrunk 300 300yards 300yards 300yards
yards in this lot This Thl Is your yourchance yourchance our ourchance
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rate skirt This lot Mon Ion 39 C
day at yard yardKo yardNo ard
Ko mall or phone orders filled filledNone filledNone filledNone
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Exclusive Designs Newest Materials MaterialsWomens
Womens New Fall Suits of fancy serge with invisible stripe stripesemifitting stripesemi stripesemifitting
semifitting semi fitting tailored coat inlaid velvet collar plaited skirt Colors Colorsr
r = 5 = S blue and black Sizes 3i 3 to 42 Worth V orth 1950 Special SpecialWomens
a 1490 1490Votn
Womens Votn ns New Fall Suits of blue black and gray fancy serge sergetailored sergetailored sergetailored
tailored coat with black satin revere coat lined with satin plaited plaitedskirt plaitedskirt plaitedskirt
skirt Sizes 34 to 46 Worth V orth 2500 Special SpecialWomens SpecialS1890
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Womens omcns New Fall Suits of o diagonal cloth strictly tailored tailoredsemifitting tailoredsemifit
semifitting semifit ng coats lined with satin plaited skirts Colors blue black blackand blackand
and gray gr gray y Sizes 34 to 46 Worth 3000 Special SpecialWomens Speciali
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Womens New Fail Suits of plain worsteds plain and fancy fancycheviots fan fancb y
fll1I1141 3 44 cheviots cb viofs in blue black gray green and brown coats lined with withsatin withsatin
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Hand of Friendship Offered Otteredto Ofteredto
to Uncle Sam SamDr SamDr
Dr Castrlllo Cas tr1l1 0 envoy to tl Washington for forGen torGen
Gen G en Estrada new President of Nica Nicaragua Nicar8bV8 ¬
r ragua received a cablegram Co1bl ram yesterday yesterdayasking YOItOldayaaklng yesterdaysking
asking a him to inform the State Depart Department Department ¬
ment m ont that in order to reestablish the thecountrys thocountrs theountrys
G countrys finances nanees he will eliminate eliminateZelayaism oUm1nateZelyalm
Zelayaism Z oayalsm settle all claims early In ac accordance acordanco ¬
cT c cordance with the 1507 1 07 Washington con convention concnU ¬
T vention v cnU entlon n will 111 adopt a policy of political politicalconciliation poJ1t1oalconciliation
conciliation c abolish personal privilege privilegeand prllIegoJand prlvilagend I
and a nd monopolies and guarantee arantee an elec election election ¬
tion t ion of a constitutional President in six sixmonths sixnths sixonths
months monthsThomas m onths onthsThomas nths
Thomas P Moffatt the American con consul consul conul ¬
sul s ul at Blueflelds is urged by the revolu revolutionists revolutionists revoluionists ¬
tionists t and nd foreigners generally for the theappointment theappointment theppointment
appointment a as United States Minister Ministerto Ministerothat
to t othat that country and Gen Estrada says saysDo flaysDo saysDo
Do not forget when asking for recog recognition recogitbon
ns nitlon n itbon from the United States to suggest suggeststrongly suggest5trongly suggesttrongly
strongly s to the State Department that thatthe thatthe thathe
the t he appointment of Mr Moffatt would wouldperpetuate vouldporpetuato I Iorpetuato
perpetuate p the confidence contl ence existing be betweofl betweo bewee
tweofl tweo t wee tha ho two countries We are confi confident oonfident conflent ¬
dent d ent that his appointment would be the thebest tbeb
best b est t pledge and guarantee of future rela relations relntloru relalons ¬
tions tionsAccording tloru tloruAccording t lons lonsAccording
According to further furth Information re recleved recleve reieved
cleved c here the former Madriz chiefs are aresigning aresigning areigning
signing s terms termsot of surrender at Managua ManaguaThe ManaguaTho ManaguaThe
The flight of the lormor gunboat gunboatVenus gunboatVonus gunboatVenus
Venus to Costa Rica terminates hostilities hostilitieson I In
on o n the Atlantic coast coastSTAB coastSTAB i iSTAB
Xcffro N egro WomanaDeatli Womans Vornan Dentil Given Police Policen
n New Murder Case CaseReport CascReport CaseBoport
Report was made from Casualty Hos Hospital Hospital Hospitil ¬
pital last night of the death of Virginia VirginiaJohnson VirginiaJohnaon L LJohnon
Johnson a negress from wounds re received recelvod recelvod ¬
celvod In a quarrel July 17 In DIngmans DIngmansalley DlngmansaUo I Ialloy
alley alleyPier aUo alloyHer
Her assailant James Jam Anderson escaped escapedafter escapedafter escape I Iafter
after the stabbing and was not located locateduntil locateduntil t tuntil
until Jast week when he was arrested arrestedin arrostedtn arrestecn
in I n Richmond He was as brought brought to this thiscity thiscity thI I Icity
city by Detective Bauer and an1 lodged In Inthe Inthe I 1
the Sixth precinct station awaiting the theoutcome theoutcome thi thioutcome 3
outcome of o the womans Injuries InjuriesHe Inju InJuiesHe le leHe
He will be arraigned In Police Court Courttomorrow Cour t ttomorrow
tomorrow morning mornln and MdtormalJ formally charged chargedwith L LwIth
with the murder of the girl Anderson Andersonwas L LWS
was well known to the police having havIngbeen havinibeen
been released but a short time before he hecame hecame h S Scame
came to this city from a prison In InI ii iiMaryland
Maryland I a ry I and
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Washington D C Ang n M mei l p m
Acccrdtoc AccordhI to TeMl report reports woeiwi by wirekaa wfrek tIV tIdI tIdIteleln1
telegraph t de5rI the Wilt Indian disturbance was was6tancw vuMaece MBO
dirtarx Maece off o the Carattoe CaNIt coast Saturday SatunIQaDd Saturdayed morning
aDd s ed mortng odag northMMtwatd AWd attended by b Wet hIntnd windf windfand wtMIaDd
and a nd seta m Adrtm dYitoel ware also distributed Saturday Setunla SetunlaJIaOr1dag
Momtes m ooitng regarding a disturbance ol Indefinite IDde Diw charac arso rao ¬
ter t ar aDd location Jota an M Mt the Weat Ctalf of 0 Mexico Ke rG rG0u0I
Ooot weather continue eat of the tb Mfe4ssipat
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la I n the Genual Plains State Stat and the SooUnvMt SooUnvMtMflUMr SouUtftlt1aIIIaC
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preraiUnc p rrvaIln alUac elsewhere el wbtft Rates will cootiso Sondagr Sondagroa Smdajo nIdar nIdarIQ
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trr i t tb the Mother will bo b generally geMI 1J fair Sunday aad
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oocaakmal oocaakIaallboftrs c showers are probaMe probaMeTenpertUirM PRbabkTemll preiahiTernpertqw
TenpertUirM Temll will continue owraratinb QllR raUftb high in
tha t he extreme Southwest but elfcw1Mre ecwhet they will be beModerate beIDOderate beodemte
Moderate odemte with a fall Sunday in the Central aDd aDdarthen1
Northern arthen1 Plain 111 States StateTbe StatesThe StatesTb
The Tb winda lnd along the t e New Enfifend nd sad Middle
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mostly east K to Boattwatt on the Lower I Lake e light lightand lfgMalMi lightaid
and TartoWe wt the Upper Lakes light 1t bt to moderate moderateand mooorateaDd modateand
and T itriabi riable ria hie
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Tcnpcraton tame iam lame date last year yeerMaxlmwn Maxtaeai 81
ninkatuB z Iakiui 66 66reinpcrntnrcs 66reml 65rcmperntnreaj
reinpcrntnrcs reml rntures In Other Other Cities CitiesTemperatures OltleaTemponturel CitiesTempeettures
Temperatures In ether cities twtlitr with the
amount of rainfall for the twentjrfour hours ended endedat endedat endedat
at 8 p m n yesterday arc as fellows
Rain BainMar nalnMu RainMax
Mar Min 8pm S Po m fall fallaaerille faU1s falL4iberftkNC
4iberftkNC 1s aaerille trUk N C 73 II it 7
Atlanta G GA S6 6 gAtlantk 63 foG
Atlantic City eft N J 72 IS f ra
Bteaarck N Dak M 74 48 GO
Boston Doet n MOM 66 ft 4
Buffalo BUalONY N Y 78 p X s
Cldea Chtcapo HI IJl I31Cindunati 71 j 85 S i
Cladanatl ClQC Ulati OhIo 76 6t i
OIte1e Obeyenoe 11e Wyo WI Vro 84 14 1 i6
Davenport Iowa 1011 76 K II i2
Dtnrer Cote 96 J3 i S OG
Des MoInes oln8 Iowa 78 Si t J4 74 i
Gabon Tex Tuu 86 S 76 f
Helena Mont MontIMMnspolIe ODt S4 48 4SJ2 1
Indianapolte I lad d 74 4 SI i Il
Jacksonrilk FIn F a S 54 54 w 9 ww Ol <
Kan Kansas u City Mo 0 73 H 74
Little R Reck Ark rk SO B 62 6
Loa LceAnieaca Angefe A 1e6 Ca S6 E 60 i S
Marqotttc Mieh Uck flt 0 tt 1 i It
Memphis Mii IemI l Tom 78 60 row 74 4 4ewOrlMm
Now ewOrlMm w Orleans La 92 2 76 6 f St Stew
New ew York l < < k N Y l 72 1 S M l M
North Platte Nebr cbr cbroJaa 92 3 30abe 1
Omaha Nebr ebr 73 56 g i 4
Plttabuig Pa 74 i 48 P ro o
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and Shonandeeh slightly sl s1ight1 htlr cloudyFined cloudy cloudyFined cloudiFined
Fined on on Charge nttSe of Abuse AbnweLe AbuseLe AbuseLe
Le Roy Swan a resident pf Congress CongressHeights CongressHeishts C ngress ngressHeights
Heights was fined 20 by Judge Mul Mullowny Mullowny MulloWfly
lowny in Police Court yesterday after afterbeing atterbeing afterbeing
being adjudged guilty of abusing an es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped inmate of the Government Hos Hosttal HospLtaI
pLtaI ttal for the lie Insano n whom he captured ptured
Contliiccd from PaKe One OneUeuL Onekut
UeuL L Ll kut at SanteUmmn The flags of all the theGornutnAmariofin theGocmanAmerlcul theormaAmericetn
GornutnAmariofin G soef MCMtles tlas of o WAE Washing Washington Washingon hig higton ¬
ton t on will b 16 displayed as tbe visitors visitorsmurch visitorsmarch Isltarsmarch
march to the place p ce ssrigndd sned them at the thesouth thesoutb theouth
south s end of the hall which also will willbe wille
be b 09 e decorated with th OM University of ofVienna orvten ofVienna
Vienna vten 8 colors Tb The > formal ceremonies cerdmonicewill ceremonieswill
will 111 begin with Aft a address acWr 66 of welcome welcomeby welCQmeby welcomey
by b y President Spier with response by byKrnest byErnest
Ernest rnost Kunzfeld prostdant pr Sl4ent of th the Ge Gesangvorein Gesangveretn Geangvorelu
sangvorein s A gold key kG will then be bepresented bGpre beresented
presented pre p nt d by b Commissioner Rudolph to toDr toDr toDr
Dr Swoboda the president of the Uni University University ¬
versity v ersity of Vienna and the Washington WashingtonSsengerbund WashingtonSaengorbund WUblngtonSaengorbund
Saengorbund will 11 present to the voroln vorolna voreinmagnificent erGln erGlna
a magnificent mgnl eent loving cup the presentR presentRtlon prosenbtUon prosezitaIon
tlon t Ion speech 5 h being made by Albert Lep Lepper
per president pre ldcnt of the S Seengerbund eng rbund The Thebearer Thebearer
bearer of the cup will be a
young youngwoman youngwoman OUng OUngWoman
woman whose wbo c Identity for the present presenthas presenthas presenthas
has not been disclosed The cup is It of ofsolid ofIIOlid ofsolid
solid silver Uer three feet high and was de designed designed dosigned ¬
signed by Mr Spier It ie s set t on a apedestal aPOOtMtal a apedestal
pedestal made of wood taken from one oneof oneot oneof
of the historic trees of Mount Vernon VernonOn VernonOn VernonOn
On the th rim of the cup are inscribed the thefirst thoftrst theflrst
first two words of a famous student studentsong studentsong studentong
song s ong Gaudeamjus leitwr I ltur Let us be bejoyful bejoCut beoyful
joyful j The further Inscription on the thecup tbecup thecup
cup embraces the natnes of the donor donorand donOland donorand
and recipient and the place and date of ofpresentation orpreeentaUoo ofpresentation
presentation presentationOde preeentaUooOcle presentationOde
Ode Written for Occasion OccasionA Occa lon lonA
A festival ode has been written for this thisoccasion thisoccasion thisoccasion
occasion by Frank Claudy honorary honorarypresident honorarypresident honorarypresident
president of the Saengerbund and set to tomuste tomusic tomusts
music by b Prof Heinrich Hammer the themusical themusical themusical
musical director of that society SOcJ8t It will willbo willbo willbe
bo printed together with othor songs songsto songSto songsto
to be sung in a a booklet a thousand or ormore ormore ormore
more copies of which will be distributed distributedUpon distributedUpon distributedUpon
Upon conclusion of the official cere ceremonies ceremonies coremonies ¬
monies a buffet luncheon will be served servedand servedand servedand
and after this the Kommers will be beconducted beconducted beconducted
conducted by the students under the di direction direction diraction ¬
rection of President Kurt Voeloknor of ofthe orthe ol olthe
the GormanAmerican Central Voroln Yareln A AKommers AIommers l lKommers
Kommers IB a convivial university universityceremony universityeermon untvorsit untvorsitcersmony
ceremony ceremonyTho eermon eermonrho cersmonyThe
The festivities will 111 come to a close closeofficially closeofficially clos closotlicially
officially at midnight and the Viennese Viennesewill Viennesewill Viennoacwill
will depart from Washington Washln on at S oclock oclocktomorrow ocloclttomorrow r rtomorrow
tomorrow morning The committee C mmltteo hay having ha haIng haying ¬
ing Immediate charge of affairs at the theluncheon theluncheon thi I Iluncheon
luncheon tonight Is composed compos d of the fol following following following ¬
lowing Paul Bausch Carl Droop L I H HFoster HFoster HFoster
Foster Anton Kasper A Fred Jorss JorssRichard JorS6Richard 0
Richard Brauner Martin Wlagand John JohnSchwartz JohnSchwartz I ISchwartz
Schwartz John Hansen Frank Endros EndrosO
O G Sonneck William Muehlelsen and andHenry anaHenry ant 1 1Henry
Henry Xander
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No O hunter braver than thrlaWes thc Wes ertr tried triedThe triedTIle triedTb
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It Its anMi can see when Was W linn him
And woa fOe to the pheasant that dnuna on the tog
When Wes weaks around with his faithful talthfalIhough dog dogThough dogThough
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He sever boaks of otb his unerring nnerrin aim aimAnd aimAnd aimnd
And nd for teUisj te1U bow bo h slaughtered Ik htered a herd
He gets J U DO offers o ers of ntty ft per word wordHe wordHe wordRe
He Isnt expert with mt kodak and pen penIn tenIn eD eDJ8
In driving lioa Hone from jungle Ie and den
But if Ted would heat with better success
Hes cot ttr receire tome tne Icsaons from om W Wes Wnos
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Flannels Flannels75c
75c White Silk Embroid Embroidered
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11 pieces superior quality 36Jnchwide Saxony White Flannel Flannelembroidered Flannelembroidere Flannelembroidered
embroidered with pure silk in eleven beautiful patterns Vfl fl
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New Kimqno l 1 1Flannels
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1000 yards of this very fine soft velvetyfinish Flannel in
100 of the prettiest designs ever shown over any counter to select
from Among these are all the new Parisian effects and staple de designs designs d dsigns ¬
signs These are specially adapted for kimonos wrappers wrappersdressing 1 Oi 1
dressing sacques bath robes c Choice this lot yard 12 JL I INew 2C 2CNew 2C
New Serpentine or orKimono orKimono t
Kimono Crepe at 8 8Serpentine 18 < I OC OCSerpentine C CSerpentine
Serpentine Crepe is a crinkly woven cotton fabric made in all allthe allthe allthe
the delicate shades also in many beautiiul beauti l designs showing Jap J Japanese ap apanese ¬
anese and dainty floral effects and
adjudged adjud by fashion critics one oneof oneof oneof
of the most popular fabrics for ces cc = 4 = wear For kimonos dainty daintywindow daintywindow daintywindow
window decorations and other similar uses fast colors and will willretain willretain willretain
retain its crinkle We Ve Te have a full line of patterns also alsoplain O Oplain
plain shades all new designs 30 inches wide Yard 18 JLOC JLOCWash C CVash
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At Special Prices
Navy a7 Blue Mohair 44 Inches Inch wide widefa w1dett widefast
fa tt t eelor lor U Oat proper texture for forseparate forHparate a aseparate
separate skirt The en entire n qt < l Q
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119 Medium Weight Panama PanamaAllwool PanamaAUwooL PanamaAllwooL
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and wiry making It dust dustproof J
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The old reliable goods for hard hardwear hareIwear hardwear
wear Light dark dar and medium mediumshade medhuRhad mediumshades
shade had we Ve have only 20 20piece O 7 7ptoco
piece for this sal sale 1 so be bepL 79 f C
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150 Prunella Cloth 105 105Beautiful 105Beautltul 105Beautiful
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navy blue full 54 4 Inches Inch wide soft softand softand softand
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Young Workman May ray Not NotSurvive NotSurvive
Survive Accident AccidentFalling AccidentFaJUn
FaJUn Falling forty feet from tb the roof of a ahouse ahouse ahouse
house upon which he was atl working as a aslate aslate alate
slate s late motor John Cl Clary ary nlBt JdlMteea JdlMteeaold n years yearsold yearsold
old of 6 Twentysixth street north northwest DOCtItwest northwest ¬
west wac M i probaWy fatally Injured y 7teldR yes yeserdOy c cterday
terday teldR t He wa was taken to th the Providence ProvidenceHospital Pr nce nceHospital
Hospital In th the atttomobU f Hi hIs 1t tm tmpIo79r employor m mptoyer
ptoyer where ere an operation for several Myeralfractured H severalfractured eral eralfractured
fractured vertebra wa was performed Lit Little LIttle Litie ¬
tle t ie hop hope Is given br the surgeon for his hisrecovery hisrecovery hisecovery
recovery recoveryCleary recoveryI r ecoveryCleary
I Cleary Clear who about two months ago o was wasapprenticed wasapprenUctcl wasapprenticed
apprenticed to the data workers trade tradewas tradeWas
was engaged eI1l ed in laying Jayta a ro rest f with thr throther th thother three threeother
other workmen on the House ou8 under undercourse underc underc5ure
course c uroSe of construction at the corner corn r of ofOnehalf ofOn
Onehalf On ba1f and G streets southwest As the thewhistle thewhistle thewhistle
whistle for noon blew the four men menstarted menst menstarted
started st rted along the lb roof to a a ladder ladderCleary Jadd ladderCleary r rCJealj
Cleary was in the lead and ad as be reached reachedout reachedout reachedout
out his hand to grasp th UN ladder Jacl er his foot footslipped footsllPIl footsUpped
slipped and he WM thrown headlong to tothe tothe tothe
the ground groundJust gToundJust groundJust
Just missing a scaffolding he turned tur in inthe Inthe Inthe
the air and struck the u ground uDCl on his hisback hieback hisback
back and shoulders William E Blun Blundon Blundon Blundon
don the contractor for the construction constructionwork constructionwork constructionwork
work had juet arrived in his automobile automobileand automobl1andr automobileand
and andr rushed bed the man to the Providence ProvidenceHospital ProldenceHosplt1 ProvidenceHospital
Hospital Dr William Lowers chief chiefsurgeon chiefsurgeon chiefsurgeon
surgeon surgeon immediately l operated upon the theyoung theyoung I
young man to torell60 relieve the pressure prel Ure on the thespinal tbespinal thespinal
spinal cord At a late hour last night nightCleary nightCleary nightClearir
Cleary was still unconscious uneon clous and the thesurgeons thesurgeons thesurgeons
surgeons gave no hope that he would sur survive survive setvive ¬
vive viveMack viveIac S SMuck
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selling secondhand automobiles big bicprofits bl blprofits bigprofits
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BARRYOn Friday August 36 3 Ms at ather ather ather
her residence resldenc4c 1400 Fifteenth street strtstnorthwest streetnorthwest streetnorthwoat
northwest SALLIE ALLIE L beloved
daughter of the th late Richard and anc1Eliza andEliza
Eliza Barry
Funeral from fromSacred sacrcu sacrcuMonday Heart Church OR ORlondyAu onMonday
Monday londyAu August st 26 at I J9 a m In Interment Interment Intorment ¬
terment private privateBRADY privateBRADYOn privateBRADYOn
BRADY BRADYOn On Saturday August Au ust J7 1 1M 1Mat 1 1at 18 18at
at 1 a m HARRIET H BRADY BRADYivldpw BRADYwld 3RADYwidow
widow wld w of Gen Thomas J Brady
Funeral from her late residence re klence 1x1 Q Qstreet Qstreot Qstreet
street northwest Monday August Augustat SI SIat to toAt
at 10 a m n Interment private privateBRO privateBROWNOn j
BROWNOn BRO rNOn Friday August C 1S10 at
9 p m at his parents residence
3 K R street northwest THOMAS B j
BROWN beloved son of Ambrose Ambro e R Rand E Eand Band
and Gecr Goo Qeerio Io Brown Brof nee Kooogh Koooghaged Keoughaged Kooughaged
aged seven years yearsFuneral yearFuneral yearsFunCral
Funeral on Monday August 39 at 2 2p 2p 2p
p m from St Aloysius Church ChurchJOHKSONOn ChurchJOHlSONon ChurchJOHNSONOn
JOHKSONOn Fridayv Friday August 26 1 1at mo moat 1210at
at g 5 Foxhall road roa D C R W WJOBNSO V VJOHNSON
JOHNSON JOBNSO beloved husband of Laura
V Johnson JohnsonFuneral JohnsonFuneral JohnsonFuneral
Funeral oh on Monday August 29 l at 2 2p 2p 2p
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