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4 THE TH WASHINGTON WASHINGTON HERALD SATURDAY SATURD Y SEPTEMBER 3 1910 191
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Annual Show ShowEXPENSES ShowEXFENSES ShowXBNSES
EXPENSES WILL BE LEAnED OLEAEEDAttcnilnnce LEAnEDAttenl1nnee ILEAREDAttenthince
Attcnilnnce for Four Days of Exhi Exhibltlon ExhIbition Exhibltlon
bltlon Not ns Large ns 11 In Former FormerYears FormerYenrs ForniorYcftrM
Years but Promoters Do Not ot Ex Expect Expect Expect ¬
pect Financial Loss LouPoultrJ LoPon1tr Poultry and andCattle nndCattle antiCattle
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fair clod this evening after a successful successfulfourday successtullourday suoCOSSfUIfourday
fourday exhibition The attendance to today tod tOdey ¬
day d was the largest since Ince the opening of ofthe otthe ofthe
the fair WWfe the total attendance attendancewas attendanoeprobably
was probably not as great as In former formeryears tormerrs formeryesr3
years rs It was W It is 1 thought sufficient to toshow toshow toshow
show a surplus when ben all expenses are arepaid arep1c1 arepaid
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fine and the numerous other attractions attractionsof
of a a character that pleased the gather gatherIng gathering gathering
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dtannpollK Brick Track TrackIndianapolis TrnckIRdlanapolts TrackIndlanapoile
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course In perfect sct condition and twenty twentyflvo tentyfive twentyflvo
flvo pilots and 36 racing oars on edge the theIndianapolis theIndlanapoUIl theIndlanapolla
Indianapolis motor speedway will begin beginIts beginUs begin1t
Its 1t closing motor meet of the year to tomorrow tomorro tomorrow ¬
morrow morro The signs a1K 8 are all favorable for forthe torthe forthe
the greatest programme In the th history of ofthe otthe ofthe
the brick track trackCapt traokCapt trackCapt
Capt G 1 Bumbaugh of Indianapolis Indianapolishas
has provided proi ed a L novel no feature for the theopening theopening theopening
opening event in the tb shape of a a balloon balloonride balloonrIde balloonride
ride for a a number of prominent automo automobile automo1Ue automOIatle ¬
bile race drivers The trip will be made madeIn m rnad rnadin 4 4In
In in the balloon Indiana at the close of Ot o the theracing thera4fng theracing
racing programme programmeBOWLING pvramsaeBOWLING lRe lReBOWLING
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BOWLING SEASON WILL OPEN OPENCommercial OPENCommeroial OPENCommeroial
Commeroial Duokpin League to toStart toStart toStart
Start September 19 19Officer 19Officerit x xOfficers
Officers II Are Elected B1ectedWeekIy Weekly Prizes PrizesAre PrbCIIAze Prlzcs3ixo
Are to Be Given to Player Roll Rollins RolIlnJ Rollc ¬
c ins ins the Highest Game
The Commercial Duckpin League season seasonwas seasonwas seasonwaa
was formally opened at the regular meet meeting mcotJng meetIng ¬
ing Friday evening when tho schedule schedulewas schedulewas schedulewas
was adopted and Breleforda Alleys 421 421Tenth 4lTenth 421Tenth
Tenth street northwest were selected as asleague as1ogUe asleague
league alleys All three series will ill be berolled beroUed berolled
rolled on thot thO alleys alleysThe IlIsThe alleysThe
The league leA < < Ue will be composed of teams teamsfrom teamsfrom teamsfrom
from the following business houses of ofWashington otWuhlnkton ofWashington
Washington William JIliam Hahn t Co Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward Lothrop Washington Tobaooo TobaoooCompany TobeoooCompany TobaccoCompany
Company Peoples Peo Is Mutual Insurance InsuranceCompany InsurancoCOmpLlY InsuranceCompany
Company William Dt Dttch Delehea tones ft Sent Son W B BMoses BMo BMoses
Moses Mo es Sons Son M O Goldenberg Parker ParkerBridget PMrkerBrlds ParkerBridget
Bridget Brlds t M 1 Co Law Repocter Printing PrintingCompany PrintingC PrintingCompany
Company C mpany and Dd Tolman Laundry LaundryThe LaundryThe LaundryThe
The following followtn < < officers were elected to tosens toene toserve
serve ene the coming comh year ye r Mark W Moore Mooredr loorejr Moorejr
jr of the Law Reporter Printing Com Company Company CornpanT ¬
pany president F M Johnson John on of Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward Lothrop vice president E T THughes TlIughe Tllughea
Hughes of Peoples Mutual Insurance InsuranceCompany InsuranceCtmpany InsuranceCmpauy
Company treasurer Joseph A Color of ofWilliam orWilliam ofWilliam
William Hahn A Co secretary and offi official otncilll officlal ¬
cial scorer scorerThe seorerThe scorerThe
The leaguo will offer a cash prize every everyweek ever everweok everyweek
week to tho player rolling romn tho highest highestgame highestgame highestgame
game gameJERSEY gameJERSEY gameaERSEY
JERSEY AUTO LAWS UPHELD UPHELDConntltniioiinl UPHELDCOnlltltutonnl UPEELDConstitntlonnl
Conntltniioiinl Questions Are Set Settled Settlell Setlieu ¬
lieu by Supreme Court CourtTrenton CourtTrenton CourtTrenton
Trenton Sept 2 2The The constitutionality constitutionalityof
of New Jerseys JeIl6Y automobile law was wasaffirmed wasaffirmed as asatnrm84
affirmed by I the Supremo Court today todayin todayIn todayIn
in tho tt CAM es brought brou < < ht on behalf of the theAutomobile theAutomobile theAutomobile
Automobile Association of America which whichwax whichwas whichWaS
was represented by former Gov John JohnW John1V 3ohnW
W Grigga GriggaThe Grlg GrlgThe OriggaThe
The afttrmanco was based upon the thedecision thedecl8lon thedecision
decision of the Court of Errors and Ap Appeals Appeals Appeals ¬
peals in the case Involving tho arreet arreetof aITeetor arrtof
of Richard L Johnston in this city while whileon whUeon whileon
on hla way from New York to Phila Philadelphia PhUadelpbl Philadeiphia ¬
delphia in an n unlicensed automobile automobileJustice automobileJustlco automobileJustice
Justice Reed who handed down the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion held that the Johnston case casewas CAIOWIIS casewas
was controlling controIUQ although in the later latercase latercallO latercase
case it had boon epught to raise ad additional additional additlonal ¬
ditional constitutional questions questionsLargest qUOIUDruILargest questionsLargest
Largest Morning Circulation
CITIZENS IN DARK DARKDEMAND DARKDEMAND DARKDEMAND
DEMAND HEARING HEARINGContinued HEARINGOontlnuea HEARINGContinnetifrom
Continued Continnetifrom from Page One Onelighting Onelighting Onelighting
lighting question should be b taken up as asa a8a asa
a brandnew problem and It would not notbe notbe notbe
be a bad Idea to work out ah entirely entirelynew ontlrelynew entirelynew
new system as a working orking plan planMy planMy planMy
My Idea is to consider these 437 lights lightsthat lightsthat lIghtsthat
that havo bean turned off as if they never novorexisted nov neverexisted r rexisted
existed and than to replace thorn whore whorethey whoreth whorethey
they th will do the most good goodW goodV goodw
W V W Price chairman of the Joint Jointcommittee jointcommittee lointcommittee
committee of the nine suburban citizens citizensassociations clUzensaHOclaUons citizensaso
associations aso latlons concerned suggested to the theCommissioners theComml8alonors theCommiselonors
Commissioners that each O ch organization be beallowed beallowed beallowed
allowed to send one delegate to the hear hearing hearIng hearlug ¬
ing on September 9 The proposal was wasaccepted wasaocopted WZaccepted
accepted The joint committee will also alsoinvite alsoInvite alsoInvite
invite citizens living in town to appear appearand apDOrand appearand
and will welcome protests from automo automoWllsts automobilists autornobusts
busts
Thinks Mistake Was Made MadeIt MadeIIt Inde IndeIf
IIt It If certainly appears a pefLlS to me that the theCommissioners theCommlsloners thaCommistoners
Commissioners have made a a mtetakft mlllt kh this thistime thistime thisUmo
time said Chairman Price ywttrflay ywttrflayjust YMtirGayjust yeitetUYjust
just after he had arranged foi fo the hear hearing hoarIng hearleg ¬
ing I believe those gentlemen think thinkthey tbtnkthey thinkthey
they are working wCJrkln for the best good of the thecity thecity thecity
city but unknowingly they are working workinga
a hardship harC lhlp on a good many Innocent by bystanders bystanders bystnders
standers and I thInk they will not be bel beleng
bel
l lng ng in realizing it Thing are not even evenstarted evenstarted evenstarted
started and yet t a a widespread protect protecthas protMthas protesthas
has reached rtach cl the District Building aDd aadbelieve aDd1eliev8 andliI1eve
believe me nb more is coming comingThe comlncThe comingThe
The commissioners declared again yes yesterday yOltorday yestorday ¬
torday that there is not enough traffic trafficon traffioon trafficon
on the roads and suburban streets to tocontinue tooonttnue tocontinue
continue lighting when Capt Markham MarkhamEngineer M MarkhamngIneer kham khamEngineer
Engineer ngIneer Commissioner Commls loner is hard up for formoney tormoney formoney
money in his department departmentBranch d8pArtm departmentBranch nt ntBranch
Branch avonue Sultland road Naylor Naylorroad Nllylorroad Naylorroad
road Ridge Rl g road Sargent road ro d and Bun Bunker Bunker Bunher ¬
ker Hill road are the thoroughfares thorou har 8 most ntoetaffected mostaaected moataffected
affected Capt MarKham said in regard to tothese toth8lle tothese
these roads that it is logical that the theCommissioners theCommluloftOfS theCommissioners
Commissioners should prefer perfectly perfectlylighted pertect1lI1bted perfectlylighted
lighted city streets to brilliant boule boulevards boulavaros bouleyards ¬
yards in the country oountr especially when whenthe whentbo whenthe
the Illumination stops 5tOl > > > abruptly as soon soonas soona
as a 111 the District line is 1 reached reachedDiffer reachedDlffer reachedDiffer
Differ na n to Right RightMaryland Right1faryland RightMaryland
Maryland doesnt furnish Illumination Illuminationfor
for Its rural roads so those at the Dis District Distrlct Dietrlct ¬
trlct Building think the District should shouldnot shouldOt shouldnot
not Ot But scores of families famm live along alongthe alonlthe alongthe
the same roads or at t the other end of ofthem orthem ofthem
them and even those t Oe who do not agree agreethat agreethat agreethat
that an Injustice Inju Uce has been done admit admitin admitIn admitin
in almost every case there is another anotherway anotherway anotherway
way to get et to town from tt sections sectionsnow sectionsnow sectionsnow
now In darkness darknessMounted darknessMounto kn M MMountoif
Mounted Mountoif policemen outside the limits limitsof UmltBot limitsof
of the city are afraid to come out with withplain withplain 1th 1thplain
plain spoken criticisms of their super superior su superbra er erlona ¬
ior bra it is saM but are unanimous in indeclaring Indoclarlnc Indeclaring
declaring the Commissioners Comm1uton 8 are mak making makIng maltIflg ¬
ing a dangerous experiment experimentIt 6Xp rlment rlmentIt
It makes it a a pipe for burglars out outthis outtbb outthis
this way W said one mounted policeman policemanwho peiSoemanwho polloemanwise
who has an a outlying beat We ro have haveso haveso haveso
so much territory to cover anyway that thatthe tbtthe thatthe
the Illumination is a 8 great help As S it itis ItII ItIs
is there are half a dozen ozon suburbs that thatcan thatcan thatcan
can now be reached from the city by byperfectly byperfectly byperfectiy
perfectly dark roads roadsOn roadsOn roadsOn
On any of those roads throe or four fourmen tourmen fourmen
men bent on mischief could sUp by us usmounted UfImounted usmounted
mounted fellows and do doburgiary burglarV bur lafy all they theypleased theypJGLMd theypleased
pleased while we are at the other end endof ondot endof
of our territory There is going to be betrouble betrouble betrouble
trouble out this way if 1 that order is iscarried IsOrrlod Iscarried
carried out outAnother outAnotker outAnother
Another thing is the way automobUtets automobUtetscan
oan got by us You see it is a a cinch for fora forpartY fora
a party of joy riders to turn out their theirrear theirreal theirrear
rear light which shows up the license lieeneenumber lICtDHnumber licensenumber
number and speed alt they want to toWhen toWhen toWhen
When the roads are lighted we can ride ridebehind rideb6h1nd ridebehind
behind for fifty yard ILrda and catch a num number Dumblk numbee ¬
bee every time timePlan tlmePlnn tISflSPlan
Plan far Change Criticised CriticisedThere rIticlseThere IUcIed IUcIedThere
There has been considerable criticism criticismof
of the way the order to discontinue lights lightswas lightswas lightswas
was kept under rover at the District DistrictBuilding D18trlctBuUdlng DistrictBuilding
Building The facts oame out through a apolice Ii Iipollco aPOllee
police report and members of the oltl oltlzans oltIzone
zone 2611 associations some of whom will be beon beon beon
on hand at the hearing are wanting to toknow toknow toknow
know why the papers didnt know it from fromtho tromthe fromthe
the authorities upstairs upstairsThere up upstairsThere talrs talrsVIhere
There was absolutely no attempt att pt to
hide hid the th fact that lighting on certain certainroads cott3Jnr0a4s cotaInroads
roads was was going to be discontinued said saidCapt saidCapt saidCapt
Capt Markham when asked about it yes yesterday Y68terday yeaterday ¬
terday If the public did not get it it is isthe Isthe isthe
the fault of the reporters because they theyall theyaU theyall
all know business bu ln85S isnt carried on in the thedark thedark thedark
dark down here even if some of our sub suburban suburban suburban ¬
urban friends havent all the illumination illuminationthey JUumlnationthey Illuminationthey
they want wantThe wantTho wantThe
The Commissioners say they have hliLv on onhand onhand onhand
hand numerous police reports showing showinglights showinglights showinglights
lights are absolutely necessary in thickly thicklypopulated thicklypopulat8d thicklypopulated
populated districts inside the city limits limitsThey limitsThey limitsThoy
They say that it will cost co t 7 7000 a year to tofurnish tournllh tofurnish
furnish this lbl illumination and that lights lightshave Jlghtshave lightshave
have to be turned out some place pllC to make makeup makeup makeup
up tho difference at least in part partBABHYMORE partBARRYMORE partBARItThroRE
BABHYMORE WEDS AT LAST LAST9II LASTJIb LASTMbt5
9II JIb Mbt5 s rfatlicrlnc C Harris Becomes BecomesDrlde BecomeDrltle BecomesBride
Bride of Matinee Idol IdolNew ItlolNew IdolNew
New York Sept Sept 2 2Jack Jack Barrymore Barrymorethe Barrymoreth Barrymorethe
the th actor is a benedict at last and one oneof oneot oneof
of the interesting morsels of oonversa conversation oonversatIon oonversation ¬
tion which Broadway Bro d ay has enjoyed in un uncertainty unoertalnty uncertainty ¬
certainty for several weeks has passed passedInto passedinto passedinto
Into prosaic fact The wedding wed < Ung took place placeIn PlaOeIn placein
In St Francis Xavlers XavIers Church yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhen
when Rev Rc Thomas S Martin married marriedJohn marriedJohn xnariedJohn
John B Barrymoro to give him his less lessfamiliar losstamillar lessfamiliar
familiar name to Miss 1tU a Katherine Corn CorelHarris Cor CorHarrls CornHarris
Harris daughter of Sidney Harris Harrislawyer a alawyer alawyer
lawyer of this city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The wedding was witnessed only by b a afew atew afew
few friends and relatives among them themMr themMr themMr
Mr and Mrs 1lrS Russell G Colt of Mama Mamarontck YamaronlCle Mamaroneck
rontck sister and brotherinlaw of Mr MrBarrymoro MrBarrymoro MrBarrymoro
Barrymoro and Mrs Irs Brady grandmother grandmotherof
of the bride Tho brides mother is a adaughter adaughter adaughter
daughter of the late Judge John R Brady Bradyof BracYor Bradyof
of this city The bride had come to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York from Murray Bay In Canada where whereshe whereshe whoreshe
she bad been spending the latter part of ofthe orthe ofthe
the summer with her mother She Sh is iseighteen Iselg IsoIgitoen
eighteen elg toen and Mr Barrymore Is twenty twentyseven twentyeven twentyseven
seven years old oldAfter oldAtter oldAfter
After the ceremony there was a wedding weddingbreakfast w6ddln w6ddlnbreakfast weddingbreakfast
breakfast at Delmonicos Tho bride then thenwent thenwent thenwent
went up to Mamaroneck witk wit Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Colt with whom she and her hus husband busband ¬
band will live until Mr Barrymore fin finishes finishe9 ¬
ishes his present engagement when they theywill theyivill
will go away on a wedding tour
o CURE FOR SUMMER COMPLAINT COMPLAINTAt
At no time of the year aro the bowels put to a severer test than during the thehot therot thehot
hot rot weather Thousands become afflicted with summer complaint or orrunning orrunninx orrunning
running off of the bowels The cause causovery very often lies In the drinking of Im Impure Smpure impure ¬
pure water the eating of unripe fruit or orUSE orUSE orU
USE U SE tainted food But whatever the cause It Itrr It1s
ls useless to try to cure the trouble wltnDS with withDR withD
rr DS DR D R f CALDWELL CALDWELLS i i niKfrri t 7 3 an astringent remedy an opiate or salts saltsCVDIID saltsSYRUP saltsPEDSI
and sucn such things The bowels need not notOY notonlY notI
CVDIID DK7DOIEU
OY SYRUP I fit LIB fCiroira PEPSIN uI only a thorough cleaning out but the thestomach thestomach thestomach
stomach needs strengthening and toning toningor
110 that they ma may have a new start All this Is best obtained by the use or orDr ofDr
Dr CaldweUs Syrup Pppsln which Js a great stomach liver and bowel bowelclean bowelcleansOr
clean cleansOr r It will quickly stop the unnatural passage which are so weak weakpnlng weakenlng
pnlng and give rise to vertigo erU o Thousands ot families lU are using It stea stealIy stead steadfly <
fly and thereby avoid aU digestive troubles summer and winter Buy a
50 Cent ent or 100 bottle to tolulck today ot your dru druggist glst and you ou will be surprIsed surprIsedat
at the > quick lulck and lasting lastingagreeable effects You will find Jt a mild gente laxative laxativeagreeable laxativeagreeable
agreeable to young youn ounf and old Those who have never tried It can obtain a aSAMPLE aSAMPLE aSAMPLE
SAMPLE FOR A TEST 1 1 EST FREE OF CHARGE by sending their address to toDR toDR toft
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raSOFALEXAMIA raSOFALEXAMIAStraw NEWS OF ALEXANDRIA I IStraw
Straw Vote Vo e May Settle the theAldermens theAldermens theAldermens
Aldermens Deadlock DeadlockCOMPKOMISE DeadlockCOMPROMISE DuadlockCOMPROMISE
COMPROMISE IS NOT LIKELY LIKELYRight LIKELYRhht liKELYRight
Right of Vice flee President Hill to Con Continue Conih1ue Contifluc ¬
tinue In Of Office floe Will 111 Also Come Be Before D Dfore Before ¬
fore Courts for Settlement ScttlementChnm ScttlementCliamber Cham Chamber ¬
ber of Commerce DIciubcrs to At Attend Attend I I Itend
tend tend Funeral of John T 1 Johnson JohnnonF
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F GMnton Knight CS Klig Kia street Alexandria AlexandriaVa AleuRClJkL AexasdrisVs
Va L la attlttriatd ngtnt and ad owrte amer fir f < < The fl Wash Wahtogten WuhHerald Washladen
laden Herald The Herald will bo ddtwed daily dailyad d1JJa dailyaM
a aM ad Saadtjr to tocerts any 1tY aMnea Ia Ale AiSseatria 8dri foe 48 48ce 4 4casts
casts ce tl a swath swathWASHINGTON m inenthWAsHINorciiImtALD nU1 nU1WA8lIINOTON
WASHINGTON WAsHINorciiImtALD HBRALD BOUKAU BUIUIAUKiq BURItAUIfimi
825 Kins StINt StmtAlexandria StINtAletandrta SheetAlexandria
Alexandria Va Sept 2 2What What will willbe willbe
be the outcome of the tIt deadlock In the theboard theboard theboard I
board of aldermen over the selection of oftheir oftheir
their president and What will m be the theoutcome theoutcome theoutcome I
outcome over the proposed propoHC test te t anent the thelegality thellgality thelegality
legality of three members of city coun council councli ¬
cil c117 These questions were asked today todayby todayby
by Alexandrians AlexandriansAs
As for the th deadlock there seems to be bebut bebut bebut I
but little to do but to draw straws for forthe torthe forthe
the president as neither side sid is willing willingto
to affect a compromise Another Question Questionis Que Uon UonIs
is Should J 1 M Hill vice president of ofthat orI ofthat
I that body continue to serve and trans transact transact traceact ¬
act business without election of a presi president prelident prestdent ¬
dent would the acts of that body be belegal bel belegal
legal legalThis l legalThis l lThis
This will 111 also come before the courts courtsfor courtsfor courtsfor
for a settlement if a contention over overany overan overany
any an act at passed by that body came up upOn upOn upOn
On the other hand it is being beln asked askedif aakedIt askedif
if there is any member or members membersof
of council who have no legal right to toserve torye toserve
serve rye as such what would be the status status0f statusf latuslit
0f f any act or acts passed by that body bodywhich bodywhich bodywhich
which would come before a court for let lettllneut setUsnient et etU
U tllneut tllneutThe UsnientThe m nt ntThe
The opinion prevails that Its acts in inthe Inthe inthe
the event one or G more members had no nolegal nolegal
legal right to servo rve would be declared declaredIllegal declaredJUepl declaredIllegal I
Illegal There are others oth however who whoclaim whoclatm whoclaim
claim th all of its members are fully fullyand tullyand fullyand
and legally qualified to serve as such suchThe suchThe suchThe
The funeral of John T Johnson who whodied whodied whodied
died last night will 111 be held tomorrow toroorrovafternoon tomorroTafternoon tomorrowafternoon
afternoon at 4 oclock from his h home homeNorth ome omeItS
ItS 12 North Washington street Interment Intermentwill Intefment Intthnentwilt
will be private privateAt privateAt privateAt I
At a cald cal d meeting tonight toJllg t of the thechamber theohambM thechamber
chamber of commerce of which organi organization organination ¬
nation Mr Johnson Johnaorwas was president the thefollowing thefollowlag thefollowing
following commute was appointed appoint to draft draftsuitable draftsuItabl0 I
suitable revolutions of respect to the thememory thememory
memory of the deceased Robert s Jones JonesJulian Jon JonJulian JonesJullem
Julian Y Williams and lid John W May MayTht MayThe i
The meeting was a presided pro tdecl over by b A D DBrookett DBroekett I
Brookett The members of the chamber chamberof
of commerce oomm rc8 will attend the funeral funeralWill tuneralWUl teneralWill
Will Smith a negro was arrested to today today today ¬
day on a charge of defrauding C J W WSummers WSummers i
Summers and J 3 1 Owen Lynch Lyn h out of ofgoods otgoods ofgoode
goods Chief Goods said Smith is wanted wantedby wanteaby wantedby
by the authorities of West Virginia VirginiaSt Vlrglala6t
St Marys Academy will reopen next nextTuesday nextTuHday nextTuesday
Tuesday TuesdayEverything TuHdayEverything TuesdayBrerything
Everything is practically P tlea11y in readiness readinessfoe readlne readlnetOI reedinesstot
foe tot the reopenIng reoJ Qfng of t the public schools schoolson achooIaon schoolson
on September ptOlDher 12 1 The work of issuing issuingpermits issuingpermits I Ipermits
permits to children will be commenced commencedMonday commencedMonday
II
Monday next The city school board boardhag boardhas boardhas
has elected Miss Julia Demalne and Miss MissMargaret MissMargaret
Margaret Bashford substitute bltttut teaohors teaohorsOn teaoh teaohersOn lI lIOn
On next Monday afternoon the Cardinal CardinalAthletic CardinalAth1t1c CardinalAthletic
Athletic Club will meet the Alexandria AlexandriaAthletic AlexandriaAthletlo AlexandriaAthletic
Athletic Club on the old Fair Grounds GroundsThe GroundsThe GroundsTue
The condition of Capt James Jam F FWeb FWebst Web Webster Webster ¬
ster st one of the oldest members of the thepolioe thepoUoe thep08
polioe force forceis is critical criticalJoe criticalJe criticalJoe
Joe OLeary a stranger s ger was arrested arrestedthis arrestedthis 1 1this
this morning by b Policemen Nicholson and andHawlett andRawlott
I
Hawlett on a a charge of carrying a razor
He will ill be given a hearing in the Police PotiooCourt PoUooCourt PoliceCourt
Court tomorrow morning morningG
G W Zaohary bas been appointed appointedschool avpolntedIJChool appointedschool
school trustee of Jefferson Jertor on district Alex Alexandria A1exandrla Alexandria ¬
andria County for a period parJ d of three threeyears threeyears threeyears
years by the school trustees of that thatcounty thatoounty thatcounty
county countyPAPAL oountyPAPAL countyPAPAL
PAPAL LEGATE AT SHRINE SHBOTECardinal SHRINECardlnnlll SHRINECardinals
Cardinal Vannutelll and Logu Are AreKept AreKept AreKept
Kept Bu Dua Busi y at Qnelieo QnelieoQuebec QuellooQuebec luelsocQuebec
Quebec Sept 2 2Cardlnal Cardinal Vannutelll Vannutelllthe VannuteUltbt Vannutelilthe
the papal legate accompanied by Car Cardinal Cardinal Cardinal ¬
dinal Logue and numerous ecclesiastical ecclesiasticaldignitaries oocleslasUcaldlgnltarlos ecclesiasticaldignitaries
dignitaries spent today visiting the thefamous thefamous thefamous
famous shrine of Ste Ann de Beanpre BeanpreIn
In spite splt of the exacting ceremonies in inwhich Inwhl Inwhich
which whl h tho legate has h s taken pArt since sincehis slooehis sincehis
his arrival In Canada he looks the pie picture vleture pieture ¬
ture of excellent health As he stepped steppedInto steppedinto steppedinto
Into the automobile which rapidly con conveyed conveyed conveyed ¬
veyed him to Ste Ann his eminence ap appeared appe8rod appearod ¬
peared rather tired but his greetings greetingswere greetingswore greetingswere
were none the leee cheerful his laugh laughnone lauJhnone laughnone
none the Jess ess hearty He was here herethere ller llerthere leersthere
there and eVerywhoro eoerWhero among the visitors visitorsat ls1torsat
at the archbishops palace this morning morningsaluting morningMJuting morningsaluting
saluting all with kindly smile and an anallembracing anallembracing anallembracing
allembracing wave of the hand handThe handThe handThe
The aged Irish prelate Cardinal Logue Logueappeared Logueappeared Logueappeared
appeared to have borno his long journey journeywell journeyW6U journeywell
well wellHis
His eminence the cardinal cnrdln l legato as assisted asslsted asslstcd ¬
sisted by tho Archbishop of Quebec and andother andother andother
other members of the clergy officiated officiatedat
at low mass In the buslllca The old oldchurch oldohuroh oldchurch
church was crowded with worshipers worshiperswhen worshiperswhen worshiperswhen
when his eminence Cardinal Logue said saidmass saidmass saidmass
mass in the private ohapel attached to tothe tothe tothe
the archbishops arohb hop3 palace palaceOttawa palaceOttawa palaceOttawa
Ottawa Sept 2 2Ean Evan though It itnot was wasnot wasnot
not officially authorized by b the militia mUlti de department deputmont departinont ¬
partment there is strong criticism at atgovernment atgoernmont atgovernment
government goernmont tropps tro ps turning out to wel welcome welcomo 4elcome ¬
come Cardinal Vannutelll and others who whohave wbohave whohave
have roadhed Quebec on their way to the theEucharistlc theEucharlsUc theEucharistic
Eucharistic congress at Montreal Very Verystrong Verystrong Verystrong
strong prgtosts pr ttosts have been sent to the theCanadian th6Canadian theCanadian
Canadian press pressWOMAN pre pressWOMAN s sWOMAN
WOMAN KILLED IN CRASH CEASEAnto CRASHATtto CRASHAuto
Auto and Indiana Interurban Car In InCollision InCol11l11on inCollision
Collision at n Kokorao KokoraoKokomo KokoinoKokomo
Kokomo Ind Sept 2 2lrs Mrs C A Aj AFord AFord j
j Ford fortyeight years old wife of a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent manufacturer of this city citywas citywas citywas
was killed and her son Carl Ford aged agedtwenty agedtwonty agedtwenty
twenty was painfully hurt this morning morningi morningwhen morningwhen
i when a touring car driven by the young youngman youngnmn youngman
man collided with an Indiana Union UnionTraction UnionTraction UnionTraction
Traction interurban car bound from Lo Logansport Logonsport Logansport
gansport to Indianapolis The accident accidentoccurred acoldentoccurred accidentoccurred
occurred while Ford was speeding his hismachine hismachine hismachine
machine along the pavement pavementStudying1 pavomentStuaylng pavementStudying
Studying to Become Teacher TeacherCincinnati TeacherClnolnnatl TeacherCincinnati
Cincinnati Sept 2 2Miss Miss Tane Haskell Haskellaged Haskellaged HasklIaged
aged seventeen daughter of Gov Charles CharlesHaskell Chari CharlesHaskell os osHaskell
Haskell of Oklahoma arrived in this thiscity thlf thlfcity tbL tbLcity
city Wednesday and enrolled e rolled herself herselfamong her herclfamong ol olnmong
among the pupils at an institution Institution that thatteaches thatteaches tiiatteaches
teaches the dramatic art or School or orExpression orExprosslon ofExpression
Expression Miss Haskell stated sta 1d to tonight toI tobight ¬
night in on interview that she wa was only onlyfurther onlyfurther onlyfurther
I further qualifying herself for the life of ofi ofa
i a 0 school teacher
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j Joseph Auerbachs Bankrupt Stock of ofMOTMW ofMens ofMens
Mens Clothing and Furnishings Furnishingsat MOTMW fl flOpen
at 3000 30 to 6000 60 Reductions ReductionsOpen
Open OpenLate Late LateTonight ate Open Late LateTonight ate ateTonIght
Tonight 61 613 3 F Fourteenth ourte enth St StThis Tonight TonightThis
This closingout c1osin9out sale of the t e Bankrupt Stock of Joseph Auerbach Aue bach continues to attract grefet g ekt throngs of Washingn Washingtonand
g5 men and nd women womenretailing eager to avail themselves of a buying opportunity op rtumty probably never equaled in In the history of this citys citysretatlmg citysretailing
retailing annals annalsNever 0 0N
1 Never N ever before has merchandise of the high character of that carried carriedby by Joseph Auerbach been sold at such low prices pricesi pricesThe
s The entire i stock 1 1 must i 1 be ronverted 1 1 into A money at once and J drastic J i reductions J i T have 1 been marked on everything it itstore in the thestore theJ44
J44 store to accomplish this in the shortest possible tii tiiOnly time timetA I IOnly
tA Only a partial list of the big bargains offered for today and next week is published in this advertisement advertisementsome some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best values are crowded out for lack of space
Mens Neglige NegligeShirts NegligeShirts
Shirts ShirtsWorth Shirts79c Shirts79c
79c 79cWorth 79cWorth
Worth 1 and S125 S125Auerbaohs 125 125Auorbaohs 125Auorbaohs
Auorbaohs stock of Mens Neglige NegligeShirts NegligeShirts NegltgsShirts
Shirts the wellknown and nd popular popularSavoy popularhSaVO popularSavoy
hSaVO Savoy and nd Regal Brands noted noteiMade noteator notedfor
for high quality and nd p perfect rt8Ct tit titIade litMade
Made Iade of Madras ana Percale in a alarge alarge alarge
large variety of desirable colorings coloringsana COlorlnfs COlorlnfsand coloringsand
and effects Auerbachs prices 1 1and 1nel 1and
and nel J125 125 Sale Saleprice 7Qr 7Qrprice 79c
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price prceMens priceMens
Mens 5150 110 Bates Street Neg Neglige 1eglI Neglige ¬
lige lI e Shirts of fine quality qualitymadras Oft Oftmadras 98c
madras at atMons atMons yo yoMens
Mons Finest Grade Imported Ma Madras 1Iadras Madras ¬
dras Neglige Shirts in ex exend exl oxelusive
elusive l 5 designs I sold at t 2 200 200nd S 1 25 25Mens
end nd 5250
Mens Silk SilkHose SilkHose SilkHose0
Hose HoseMens
Mens Pure Silk Halt Hose Hosesold Hoseer Hosesold
sold regularly Il at 1 a pair Ir 50c 50cM 50 CA CASale
Sale price priceMena er UC UCMens
Mens M na Finest Grade Pure PureThread PuroThread PureThread
Thread Silk Half Hose with withllntn with1nln withlinen
linen foot Regular 2 and 5250 5250grades S2Ogrades DO DOgradls
grades Sale Saleprice 89c fiQr fiQrprice
0 > c cUnion
price
Union Suits SuitsDeeply SuitsDeeply SuitsDeeply
Deeply DeeplyReduced DeeplyReducede DeeplyReduced
Reduced ReducedMens
Mens Finest Fln t Grades of Union UnionSuits Un UnionSuits lOR lORSuits
Suits in fall and winter weights weightsconsisting welptsconsisting weightsconsisting
consisting of pure wool ool silk and andwool aRdwool andwool
wool imported ribbed Derby Derbymercerized Derb Derbmercerized Derbymercerized
mercerized cotton and balbrlgr balbrlgrgan ba1brlgan bslbriggan
gan an both bleached and un unbleached unbleacbed nflbleached ¬
bleached kinds kindsIncluded kindIncludtd kindsIncluded
Included are the following followingwellknown ll1owlnp ll1owlnpwtllknown fOllowingwtllknown
wtllknown makes Carters CartersAmerican Carter tII tIIAmflrln aArneriegn
American Hosiery Cos Coop Coopers CooprlI Coopera ¬
ers rlI Taunton Knitting KnltUn Mills c cTwo eTwo cTwo
Two lots at the following re reduced reduced reduced ¬
duced prices pricesn
n 2 and S2S0 250 kinds 135 135S3 135S3 1353to4kinds245
S3 3to4kinds245 to 54 4 kinds 5245 S2 45 45iD
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LOGAL HORSES ARE IN FRONT FRONTFeature FRONTFeature FRONTFeature
Feature in the Racing at Eookville EookvillePair RookvilleFair RookviileTair
Pair PairIVnHhlngrtan FairVallhlnIrton TairWashington
Washington Pacers Manuella nnuello nnd nndDr nndDr andDr
Dr Ohase Are First and Second SecondIn SecondIn Secondin
In Freeforall Freefor ll Trot TrotSpMiil TrotSpeoIal TrotSil
SpMiil to The n WatUsctoa W Herald HenldRockville Hen1dRockUe HeraldRoekvilie
Rockville Md Sept 2 2There There was wasplenty waaplenty wasplenty
plenty of racing at the fair this after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon and anc It was decidedly the best of ofthe otthe ofthe
the four days dIL Four harness events two twoof twoot twoof
of which were postponed from yesterday yesterdaybecause yesterdaybecause ostardaybeeaulle
because of the rain and a a run composed composedthe composedthe composedthe
the programme pro programmoThe ammo ammoThe j jThe
The good gOO Washington horse Manuella Manuellawon Manuellaon Manuellawon
won on the freeforall trot or pace in easy easyfashion 6ftS 6ftSfahion easyfashion
fashion and Dr Chase also a Washing Wa8hln Wa8hlnton WashingtoSt j jton
ton horse was wa Just as easy ea8 second seconc Ed1 Ed1Baker Ed EdBaker EdBaiter
Baker and Sam Lee were distanced In Inthe Inthe inthe
the ftrst heat heatThe hoatThe heatThe
The second race of the day tho 218 218trot 21Strot 212trot
trot was also taken by a Washington Washingtonhorse Washingtonhorse Washingtonhorse
horse Country Boy which was admirably admirablydriven admirablydriven admirablydriven
driven by Clayton Fahrney Bedworth BedworthJr BedworthJr
Jr took the second heat he t but was never neverprominent novopromInent neverprominent
prominent after that Third and fourth fourthmoney fourthmonoy fourthmoney
money was divided between Gallant Maid Maidand Maidand Maidand
and Miss Mina MinoIt 1lInoIt MinaIt
It required six heats to decide the 217 217pace 217pace 217pace
pace which was by far the best contest contestof contestot contestof
of the day Tho winner finally turned up upin upIn upSn
in Frank S who seemed to get better as asthe asthe asthe
the race progressed progressedPatchen nrogressedPatchen progressedPatchen
Patchen Belle belonging to David DavidHershey DavIdHorshay DavidHershey
Hershey won the county trot or pace In Instraight Instraight instraight
straight heats and was much tho best bestThe bestThe bestThe
The sixfurlong run was won by Luclle LuclleR LucneR LucileH
R a Baltimore horse which led from fromstart tromstart fromstart
start to finish and passed under the wire wirewith wirewith wirewith
with several lengths to spare Summaries Summariesn SummariesF1nIt SummariesFirst
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Dr l > r d5e < > o 1 WMtaeyer Umeyer 2 2 2 2Chtrtto 2Chartle 2Charlie
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Country Boy Fafcmer t 1 511 511Bdworth 5 1 1 1Bdworth
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G GUaDt GallautMald ltaDtM Maid ld 0 CorWBl H 2 342 342Hiss 3 4 2 2UM 2Mias
Hiss UM Jin 3IIM 1h14 UiHMry 4223 4223Walter 4 2 2 3 3alter 3Waiter
Walter alter L Ix IMCb ch 5455 5455Tta 5 4 5 5 5Tbne 5Time
Tta Time SS 23h 228 2 2MK 2 227 227Thlnl 2 2Thlnl 2Thir4raee2I
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F Freak kB 5 Bull uIl 2 22111 22111Dolly 2 2 1 1 1 1DoUr 1Dolly
Dolly DBhrf Moore 311443 311443Biltfcefl 3 1 1 i I 3 3Bml1cen 33mitn
Biltfcefl Smith 154562 154562Lotti 1 5 4 5 5 2 2LotUe 2Lottie
Lotti LotUe M 2 1 kens Lcu 5 4 3 s 2 2Ohdcwood 2dr 2drGMcwood dt dtOh4owood
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Time Ttm 2ffl 2li JA 2JOH 219 2D 322 2t 224 237 237Fburth ZZiPoarth Z ZFourth
Fourth raoeOownty ra Oouatr trot or pice nce paw JXO JXOPttchcn 301 301Paldeen n nPatchen
Pttchcn Belle Henhey Ill IllL 1 1 1 1L 1L
L J K IL OKeofo 222 222Johnny 2 2 2 2JobDnJ 2Johnny
Johnny dpel bel Thomas 3 3 3 3Pataxwt 3latuteot 3Ptsent
Pataxwt IHtteuy die dlflTto di diTbB diePlate
Tto Plate 225 24 227 tZH 22SU 22SUFifth 2IEfth S1L S1LFifth
Fifth racoRunninc ra RUDJ Di air furlongs pun ajrse 100 La Lacflt InIt Lucli
cli cflt It Hawkins w wen o Saltbam Walker second secondFtat sendFiat tOOndFlat
Flat Cre Creek k Welboanw third thL Time 119 139An 119An 119An
An Interesting int rostlng feature of the afternoon afternoonI afternoonwas afternoonwas
I was a baseball game between the team tellmthat teamthat
1 that represented Rockville ton or twelve twelveyears tvelveyears twelveyears
years ago and the present aggregation aggregationThe nsgregaUonTho aggregationTh
The Th hasbeens put up a a pretty stiff stiffarticle stittartlclC stiffarticle
article of ball and showed their younger youngeropponents youngeropponents youngeropponents
opponents that they still know a thing thingor
or 0 two about the national game by pIa play
Mens Meiis Stylish Suits
1800 and 2000 Values at atEvery
9075 9075Every
Every suit suit of clothes in the Auerbach stock was wa bought boughtfor boughtfor bough boughfor
for this seasons easons selling and embraces grades of clothing that thatmark thatmark thatmark
mark the superlative In style fit and workmanship workmanshipAuerbachs workmanshipAuerbachs workmanshipAuerbachs
Auerbachs Auerbachs 18 and 320 20 Fall Suits comprise the choicest choiceststyles choicesttyles choiceststyles
styles and fabrics including Highgrade Fancy Worsteds and andCassimeres andCassimeres andCassimeres
Cassimeres in a wide range of smart designs and colorings coloringsChoice coloringsChoice coloringsChoice
Choice offered at 975
I Mons Handtailored C Suits of offine otft18 ofne
fine Imported and nd domestic domesticWorsteds domesUcWorsts domesticWor5teds
Worsteds and Cheviots Auer Auerbachs Auorbaehs Auerbnchs ¬
bachs regular gytt fit q r ft ft ftvSff
vSff 260 line ln Sale p J5uU J5uUMens 5 00
price priceI priceMens
I Mens Black Unfinished Worst Worsted WorstI Worstat ¬
I ed Tuxedo Suits silk lined with withnotched withnotched withnotched
notched collar t1 t1Anerbachs ff IT ft
Auerbachs price 2jJll p2250 P 22 vv 50
I 3500 Sale price
them to a standstill the score being
7 to 7 when the game was called because becauseof bealuseot becauseof
of darkness darknessThe darknessThe darknessThe
The teams lined up as follows followsRockvilleAhalt tollowsRockv11IeAhalt followsRockvflleAhalt
RockvilleAhalt catcher Clark pitch pitcher pitcher pitcher ¬
er N Brewer first base R Brewer sec second second seeend ¬
ond base G Brewer third base E EDawaon EDaWHn EDawson
Dawson shortstop BeaU left field fieldWarfleM fieldWarlisid eld eldVarAeld
WarfleM center field Cerr and Whiting Whitingright WhitingrIgbt Whitingright
right field fieldHasbeens fieldHsbeen fieldHasbeonsB
Hasbeens HasbeonsB B Harriss catcher C CHarriss CHarrl CH
Harriss Harrl H rrlsa pitcher H Dawson first base baseEWmondston baseJiMmondston baseEdmondoton
EWmondston second base Beard third thirdbase thirdbase thirdbase
base OWflold shortstop Shaw left field fieldBean fleldBean fieldBean
Bean center field Carr and Nicholson Nicholsonright Nicholsonright Nicholsonright
right field fieldENGINEER 1IldENGINEER fieldENGINEER
ENGINEER SLAYS BANDIT BANDITlIlt BANDITBU I IHit
Hit Him with Rock When nen Cqlo Cqlorndo Cqlornc1o Cqloratio
ratio Train Is Held Up UpColorado UPColorado UpColorado
Colorado Springs Cob > Sept 1 IThe IThebody IThebody The Thebody
body of a train robber slain by Engineer EngineerFrank EagtneorFrank EngineerFrank
Frank Stewart of Colorado Midland Midlandpassenger MIdlandpaseenger Midlandpassenger
passenger train No No3 3 In an attempt to tohold tohold tohold
hold up the train was as taken to Leadville Leadvilleearly LoadUle8r1y Leadvilleearly
early today tod Simultaneously posses were werecent weresent weresent
sent out from Florissant and Divide to tosearch tosearoh tosearch
search the hills hIiI Jor or two companions of ofthe otthe ofthe
the bandit who fled when their mate was waskilled waskilled
killed Engineer Stewart was shot in the theleg theleg theleg
leg and is in a serious condition from fromloss fromloss fromloss
loss of blood The bandits failed to get getI getauy getany
I any booty bootyThe bootyTho bootyThe
The attempted robbery robber occurred occu four fourmiles t fourmiles ur urmUes
miles east of Divide at midnight Evi Evidently EIdently Evidently ¬
dently It was the intention to rob the theexpress theexpress theexpress
express car which carried a special con consignment oonslgnment conslgnment ¬
slgnment of several thousand dollars dollarsEXCURSIONS dollarsEXCURSIONS dollarsEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSSteamer EXCURSIONSSPECIAL EXCURSIONSSPEIAL
SPECIAL TRIP TO TO1i1MIAN TOiA
1i1MIAN iA iASteaier HEAD HEADSteamer
Steamer Charles harles Macalester MacalesterSearchlight MacalesterSenrChllght MacalesterSenrchlight
Searchlight Display DisplayWashingtons DlsplnyCVnahlngon DisplayWashingtons
Washingtons Favorite Steamer SteamerTONIGHT SteamerTONIGHT SteamerI
I TONIGHT TONIGHTA
A Delightful Moonlight 1roonU ht Ride RideSpecial RideSpecial RideSpecial
Special attention In l called to the theCafe theCnIc theCafe
Cafe on this steamer City prices pricesLeaven priceLenu pricesLeaves
Leaven Seventh street IIItr et wharf hart 030 030p G 30 30p
p m sharp sharpFare IIharpFore abnrpFitre
Fare round trip tripBLADESBURG 25 cents centsBLADENSBURG centsBLADENSBURG
BLADENSBURG BLADENSBURGand
and Vicinity VicinityCars
Cars from 15th Sth and H eta nt n White House HouseStation HouBeStatiOt1 HouseStatIon
Station hourly on the half hour except ex pt ererj rery half halfcar halfhour halfhourGa
hour hourGa 6 a m to to9am 9 a m nd and3pm 3 Po In to to9p 9 p In Out Outcu last lastcar
car 12 U30 JO p nU paw J8 rae Mt t OliTet Cemetery tang tangdon Lallid fa fadon
don d n Woodridge National ational Training TraII l1g School Brent Brentwood Brelltwood Brentwood
wood to the hUtorical hl1 eal town Bladensburg BladensburgUnion BladmsburgCOLON BladthebuegCOLOAL
COLON COLOAL AL BEACH BEACHUnion EACH EACHUnion
Union Station 745 A M MArrive MArrive MArrive
Arrive Colonial Beach 1145 11 45 A M MKENSINGTON MKENSINGTON MKENSII1GTON
KENSINGTON KENSINGTONCan
Can from 15th and K f T are erery quarter unter sour icrauntil souruntia cm cmuntiL
until 30 p m and then from Loop Oonsect ea at atChery atChery S SChcTJ
Chery chase ha Lake with Kcxticstoa Ken on Lie L1DI L1DIt Li LiI
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Mens Fine Black Vicuna Tux Tuxedo Tuxedo ¬
edo Suits silk f 1 r ft A
lined Auerbachs AuerbachprJce 5 V 15 1 3111 5Q v 0 v vExtra 0
price 25 5 Sal Salt price priceExtra priceI
I
Extra Fine Quality QU Uty Handtailor Handtailored ¬
I ed d Suits Suit of Imported Worsteds Worstedsid Wontedacl WorstedI
I and id Casslmeres Auerbachs AuerbuhsI
I I pfica lcos 130 30 and 0 Q Q P ft
I 1335 price 16 Sal Sale iP 1850 18 50
Auerbach Stock of Hats HatsWorth HatsI
I A Worth W o rib 5250 5250rIP 250 250to 2501pLJ7
flIt 39
I rIP 1pLJ7 to 5350 350
A big lot lotot of liens tTtn8 Hats Hatsconslst HatsconslstIDg Hatsconsistjug consist consisting ¬
jug of Derbies Derbl and Soft shapes sh P8s in inall 1nall inall
all the moat mo t approved styles and andblocks andblocks andblocks
blocks for fall and 00 winter tnter All AllBtae Allsines
8 sines Btae in the lot Grade recognized recognizedeverywhere recognizedeverywhro recognizedeverywhere
everywhere as 5 the th best of their theirclass theirclass theirclass
class Auerbacas Auerblc s prices 523 250 n 53 53and 3 3tce 3and
and price priceMens tce tceI 51 I 250 M each Sale Saleprice l S 1 L39 L39Mens 1C 1CMens 3Q 3Qprice
Mens English Knockabout Knooka ut Hats Hatssold Hatsrl Hatssold
sold Sale rl regularly price priceMens 1 at 5 WO 530Sale fllO fllOMens C1 175 175Mens 7C 7CSale
Mens Extra Fine Grade Imported ImportedFrench ImportedFrench ImportedFrench
French Felt Hats made In Toulouse ToulouseFrance Toulousen ToulouseFrance
France n Regular price I 55 5235 5235I CO 35 7C 7CSale
Sale price priceFine lc 403 403Fine
Fine Quality Qualltl Imported French FrenchFelt FrenchFelt FrenchFelt
I Felt 250 Crush Sale Hats Ha price 8 sold at PAOU S C1 1 50 Cfl
Famous Guyer Parchment Der Derbies D Dbles Dorbits ¬
bits very light and swart mart SoW SoMregularly SoWl Soldregularly
regularly l at 1Iftt If 5 Sale Saleprice SO 215 215Famous 1 C Cprice
price fl e eFamous 3 3Famous
Famous Gwyer Parchment Paream t Der DerCreighton Derbl8S Derhiss
hiss Bold rgularl at t 1 69
u 4 each Sale pr1Oe pr1OeCrelgh priosCreighton
Creighton Crelgh m Cos London Make MakePerfection Malt XakPerfection MaltPerfection
Perfection Health Hats sold old regu regularly regularly ¬
larly at 8 5400 400 Sale Saleprice qi nc ncprice
5195 5195Creighton
price priceCreighton v lyo lyoCrelghton
Creighton Cos Renowned Im Imported 1mpGrt6d isaported ¬
ported English Eft 16h Hats sold 0141 regularly regularlyprice resu1arlyi
at 250 Sale Saleprice
8155 8155Genuine
price priceGenuine priceGenuine i
Genuine Imported Vienna Hats Hatsthe HAtstbe Hatsthe
the famous P C Habig Make in inblack Inblack Inblack
black and soft grays Regular Regularprice Regularf Regularprice
price f 5600 600 Sale Saleprice Co 269 < Q Qprice
price O >
EXCURSIONSLABOR EXCURSIONSLABOR EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSAnnapolis
LABOR DAY DAYExcursions DAYExcu
Excursions ExcursionsAnnapolls Excu rsios rsiosAnnapolis
Annapolis Chesapeake Bay West WestRiver WestRiver WestRiver
River and return only onlyshort g t Art Artshort
short sea trip out from frOmWashington fromWashington JB1UU 1 00 v v vPenMar
Washington leave S55 a m mPenlar mPenMar r
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