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THE -WASHINGTON HERALD. FRIDAY, TONE 21. 1912.
CLOSE FINISH IN PLAYGROUNDS GAMES. GEO. D. SINCLAIR nrpoRTiNa tailor. MAKER 07 RISING BREECHES AND DRIVING SUITS 615 Penn. Ave. N. W. METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLDO. WDM E Open 8A.M, Close 6 P. M N MARCHERS HH TDGARRYBALLUONS jfe.-M "S ecEtz and See Better" EDWIN H..ETZ OPTICIAN iccj't," street ' r-THENEW WAYTO ME..DSHOES-, An Innovation the stitch Is locked Inside the sole without disturbing the comfortable Inner sole. Repairs made while you wait, or we will call for your shoes and deliver them. 'Phone M. 4SZ6 or drop a postal. HOME SHOE REPAIR CO. 719 Ninth Street N. W. CLAFLIN OPTICAL CO. EO; FSTEEET Old Mtsoiie Templt Leading; Optician (or Over a Quar ter of a Century. Manufacturer. Oenllstt' Prescription Filled. Eyes Examined. BE KIND TO YOUR HORSES FLY HER "Mr Complete line of Carpenters' Tools. Bailey Planes. Buck Chisels. W. T. & F. B. WEAVER Phone W. 67. 1208 Wisconsin Ave. H. W. Hardware. Contractors" and Build ers' Supplies. "THE OLD MADE NEW" DOXT discard that old pair of shoes. We can make them look and wear like a new pair. Only beat oak leather used. All work fully guaranteed. MAT8QWAL X SHOE MFG. & REPAIR CO., Inc. Work Called for and Delivered. Works: 403 11th SL H.W. Formerly HZ Sth St. N. W. n M-M'i n t ; i m ;.. Get Your Fly Screens AND Garden Hose FROM GEO. A. EMMONS, Successor to Win. Wagner. 207 Pa. Ave.S.E. Phone L 1352. Hardware, Sportlnar Goods. Faints, and Oils. When you want the best in the Drug Line come and see us. If you cannot come PHONE L. 528. H. E. SPRUCEBANK & GO. PHARMACISTS. 2d SL and Pa. Ave. S. E. NO SUBSTITUTION. GRIER'S Dyspepsia Tablets FOR ALL Stomach Troubles C? nv IK" AND NEW YORK AVE. EWALD'S Butter Toast BREAD THE TASTE LINGERS j 3o at So I LL GROCERS' nr Friends If We Flense Ten. j WM. WEBER c- ins, tibu uniit aid nun. W1KEJ 1X3 LIQUORS. 401 H ST. N. E. Phone EAST 10JK. -?: j 31IES AID PRESCRIPTIONS 'i ATHJUTS DRUG STORE 7ri and H Streets N. E. -aea, I JM and L. 2768. " EIA XTCREAM AT FOUJTTAIJf McCRAY Refrigerators 'HAVE NO EQUAL HcClAY iEFRISERATOR CO., U r Street Northwest. 25r JBT v Hore Than One Hundred Capital Suffragiits to Take Part is ' Baltimore Parade. STYLE l OF HAT ADOPTED Arrayed In white dresses and 33-cent straw bats and carrying- toy balloons, bearing the words, "Votes for Women," more than 100 Washington women will join the suffragette parade In Baltimore next Thursday evening- while the .Demo cratic National Convention Is In. session. Final arrangements were made last night at a mass meeting In the Wash, lngton College of Law. In New Tork Avenue. Mrs. Ellen Spencer atussey, dean of the college and leader of the local suffragettes, presided. More than fifty women were present. One of the 'first questions discussed was that of dress. "I would suggest." said Mrs. Mussey, "that we wear 39-cent straw hats, such as were used In the New Tork suffra gette demonstration. Why, don't you know, ladles. I thought they looked ex tremely nice." Snjrsests Crocheted Caps. "Oh. they're frightfully unbecoming," Interrupted Mrs. William Tlndall, wife of the secretary of the Board of Com missioners. "I would suggest that we wear crocheted caps. The trouble with the 53-cent straws is, that If they are not all worn at the same angle, the effect la something hideous." As a solution of the problem It was suggested that the women parade bare headed. It was finally decided that the women should either wear the straws, or go bare-headed. Those women In the college section will wear caps and gowns. It was unanimously agreed that all the women should wear white dresses. Mrs. Mussey suggested that beautiful duck skirts could now be purchased for O. Female representatives of every con ceivable profession and calling will form the local delegation to the Baltimore pa rade. There will be nineteen feminine barristers, three nurses, five female Jour nalists, and large groups of stenogra phers, physicians, and business women. Mrs. Mussey will bead the delegation of barristers. The physicians win oe iea by Dr Tlnora C. Folkmar. The lawyers probably will dress In caps and gowns. The nurses -Bill wear their regulation dresses. Special Train Encased. A special train will take the delegation to Baltimore. leaving Union Station at 5 o'clock next Thursday afternoon. The parade will start at 7 o'clock In the evening. If It Is raining at 5 o'clock on Thursday, the pageant will be postponed until 7 o'clock the following night Fri day. There will be six main divisions of the parade In general professional women, college women, business women, men's league, working women, and mothers. The procession will be headed by six young Maryland women on white horses.. sym bolic of the six States In which women now have equal rights. Chariots In the parade will stop at certain places along the route of parade, and after the pageant has passed, addresses will be delivered from them. Some of the elderly women ho are fearful that the route of parade will be too long for them to walk have engaged carriages. Mrs. Mussey. Mrs. Tlndall. and a score of other women last night, however, signified their Intention of walking the entire distance. The question of employing a band was discussed at some, length. Mrs. Tlndall at first opposed the proposition of hiring a band, on the ground of It being too expensive, but when It was suggested that the object was to make a big noise in every sense of the word before the delegates to the Baltimore convention, she said. "Well. If the band will help get us a woman suffrage plank In the platform, let's have a band." The mat ter was referred to a committee. Prominent In Rank. The following are some of the promi nent women who have signified their Intention of taking part In the parade- Mrs. Mussey, Mrs. Tlndall. Miss Janet Richards. Miss Elsie Hill, daughter of Representative Hill of Connecticut; Mrs. Herbert Knox Smith, Mrs M. Drlscoll, Mrs. Jennie L. Munroe. Miss Elizabeth V Brown. Miss Harriet Hifton, Miss Helen M. Gardener. Miss Edith McCal mont. Dr. Brennon, Mrs. I B. Thom son and the following school-teachers Misses J. May Railings. N. J. Young. Janet Mc William, Karle L. Garrison, and Flora Hendley. Some of the others are Miss Florence Etherldge, Mrs. Margaret Lohr. Mrs. Jo sephine Rich. Mrs. Anna E. Hendley, Miss Alice Jenkins, and Miss Ramsay, daughter of Prof. Ramsay. Mrs. La Follette, wife of Senator Robert La Follette, may pos sibly Join the delegation from Washing ton and walk In the parade. Mrs. Champ Clark Is greatly Interested In the demon stration, but has not yet decided whether she will Join the procession. Following the completion of arrange ments last night. Miss Janet Richards, the noted woman suffrage advocate, de livered a speech on great suffragette dem onstrations which she had witnessed. WOMAN SLASHES HEBSELF. Roomlns-lioase ICeeper Wants to Die, bat Will Live. After a futile effort to earn a liveli hood, Mra Rose Zarrow, fifty-seven years old, stood on the sidewalk in front of her home at Z10 D Street North west yesterday, and despondenUy gazed at a crew of men as they removed her furniture from the house to the street She was dispossessed, because of Ina bility to pay her rent The woman then entered, the house. after all her effects bad been taken out, end slashed her throat and wrists with a razor. She was found by Policeman Penn, of the Sixth Precinct, endeavoring to staunch the flow of blood. At the Casualty Hospital, where Mra Zarrow was taken, physicians believe she will recover. The woman told Penn she had conduct ed a rooming house, but all the lodgers left, and she was unable to make a liv ing. PAIL TO SHOW. American Golfers Eliminated In Qualifying" Round.. London, June Hi The American golf ers. J. G. Anderson, ot Massachusetts, and John J- McDermott. of New Jersey. were eliminated In the qualifying rounds for the open golf championship to-day The wind was extremely troublesome. and the Americans seemed entirely out of stroke. When Your Eyes Heed Care Try Murine Eye Remedy. No Smarting Feels Fine Acts tjilckly. Try it for Red, Weak, Watery Eye and Granulated Eyelids. Illus trated Book in each Package. Murine Is compounded by oor Oeauatsnot a -Patent Med-ldne-btrt used In success?! PlijslcUna' Prac tice' for many Tears-..?0". - Jii?. lie ku. sow. ay vnnuu i.!v' 7TS IS? Murine w-r Aalre In Aaest ucst, Z-o Sal Ua Murine Eyt Remoriy Co.. Ctilzzst WmmmfflwmBM EEPLY TO S0FS CHARGES. Executors of Hutchlns Will Deny Undue Influence Was Used. In answering the charges made in the caveat filed by Lee Hutchlns against the sdmlsslon of (he will of his father, Stll son Hutchlns, alleging that he was of unsound mind when he executed the will, dated October 18, 1910. Walter & Hutch lns and Charles L. Fralley, two of the executors, yesterday filed an emphatic denial to Lee Hutchlns' charges. It was also denied by the two execu tors that undue Influence was used In procuring the signature of the million aire to the testament In question. WEATHER CONDITIONS. C. S. Dept of Agricnltrirr. Weather Burets. Washington. Thursday. Jon. 3. 1913-4 p. m. Temperatures bare risen slightly orrr the Middle Atlantic and New England State The winds aloe; the New England Coast will bo light to meditate wetter)?, on the Middle Atlantic Cout lifbt to moderate southwest and west; on the South Atlantic and East Gslf coasts light t triable, en the Great Lakes light to moderate west and northwest Local Temperatures. Midnight (1: J a. m.. SO; I a. nv. 80: f a. m.. C. 8 a. m.. 66; U l "m., 70; 13 noon, 71; 2 p. m.. 71; 4 p. m.. 78, 6 p. m.. 78; 8 p. m., 73; 10 p. m.. 66. Highest. ; lowest, 6a RelaUr. humiditr a. m.. 68; 3 p. m.. tt: 8 p. m.. SL Hoars ct sunshine, 13.1. Tor cent of pos sible su&jame. S3. Temperature same date last rear Highest, 83; low cat (L Temperatures la Other Cities. Temperature. In other dUea. together with the amount of rainfall for the twentrour hours ended at 8 p. m. yesterday, are aa follows; Rain- Max. Mln. 1p.m. fait Aihettl. X C Atlanta. Ca. Atlantic Citr. X J.. Bisnarck. X. Dak... Boston, Mass BnSalo. X. T Chicago, 111 ... Cincinnati. Ohio 36 M 7( 81 60 60 S3 SS u 50 M 13 M 13 S8 80 66 63 S3 76 C6 61 S8 41 61 70 60 4 60 CO K S3 M M 60 M S3 56 73 68 69 70 60 60 68 68 64 78 61 63 76 M 68 78 76 78 66 M 78 76 71 80 63 71 70 ez u M 76 70 W 64 54 78 a rs ..... 78 76 tut 0.10 0.18 Cheyenne. Wyo 78 DaTenpoit, lows, 78 Denrer. Colo 00 Dee Moines. lows, 71 Dulntb, Mrcn. U Galrrston. Tex... ;s Helena. Mont M ffi Indianapolis, Ind............ 76 JaeksoniWe. Fla 90 Kansas City. ilo.,H S3 0 01 Otl Little Rock. Ark 80 Los Angeles. Cal 7 Manrnette. 3Ilch 51 Mrmrnls. Tenn SO New Orleans. La 76 Xew York. X. T 78 Xorth. rtatte. Xebr... M Omaha. Xebr S3 Philadelphia. Pa, 80 rittlburg. Ps 73 Portland. Me 79 Portland. Ores 60 Salt Lake City. Ctab, 83 St Louis. M 78 106 St Pail. Minn 7 Ran FraneUro. Cat 63 Springfield. Ill 80 0 01 031 OX Tacnna, Wash 60 Tampa. Fla 99 Tide Table. TdiT-nich tide. Uti a' m and 13) a o Low tide 728 a. c and 73S p m. To-morrow High tide 133 a. m. and 3Z3 n. m. Low tide. 8 JO a, n. and 820 p. m. m? Health and Beauty OWING TO THE EXTRAORDINARY PUBLIC DEMANI WE HAVE DECIDED TO CONTINUE THE SALE AT REDUCED PRICES OF THE asH OTA v 1 fST yP H V I IT Aati in ' "' tm N& -w,. I DEVELOPING THE BUST. TEMPLE DRUG STORE, A. Walters winning final heat of the CURTIS SCHOOL CAPTURES TROPHY Georgetown Institntion Winner in First Annual Playground Meet. Many Prizes Awarded. With a narrow margin of five points. the Curtis School, of the Georgetown dl vision, carried off championship honors at the first annual meet of the Washing ton Playground Association yesterday. The Emery and Force Schools were tied for second place, both having scored fourteen points. In spite of the burning sun every event was contested with spirit, and fourteen of the eighty-nine competing schools were represented In the finals. Bnslnrsa Men Donate Irie. Prizes, donated by business men ot the city, were awarded the following schools, champions In their divisions: Georgetown. Curtis School. TS points; Garfield Park, Brent School. 28; Mount Pleasant. Hubbard School. 34; Virginia Avenue, Lenox School. 17; Rosedale, Ed monds School. 19; Galllnger, Adams School, &4H. and New Tork Avenue. Thompson School, 30. These trophies are to be held by the winners, subject to the annual contests. The Curtis School re ceived, in addition to Its division trophy, another, ot gold, presented by A. G. fr'palding. Individual medals of gUd. silver and bronze were awarded to those taking first, second and third places In each event. The trophies were presented to the fol lowing: Georgetown dlMslon. A. C. Moses. Galllnger. R, Harris & Co.; Mount Pleasant. Dleges & Clust; New Tork Avenue. National Sporting Goods Co.; Virginia Avenue. B. B. Earnshaw; Gar field Park. Henry P. Blair, and Rose dale. W. B. Hlbbs. The Finals. The winners of first place In the final events: Fifty-yard dash. 81-pound class, M Cunningham 6 3-5 seconds; 60-yard dash. iUNYON'SPAW-PAWPILLS I wsnt every per son who Is bilious or has any stomach or liTer ailment to try a package of my Tsw-rsw Pills. I want to prove tbst tner positive ly cure Indigestion. Hour Stomach. Belching. Wind. Headache. Nervous ness, Sleeplssness, and are sn Infal lible cure for Con stipation. Sold b y drug gists for 23c a vlsl For free packsge address Munjoa, Phils- Pa. InTAvBiitJ FAMOUS ARNOLD VIBRATOR We have received hundreds of letters requesting us to continue the demonstration and sale at the re duced prices of the celebrated Arnold Health and Beauty Vibrator. Ask Your Physician About Vibration It cures all chronic ailments, stimulates your cir culation, and you know that the blood is the elixir of health and beauty. Any one not being able to at tend the FBEE.DEM0NSTRAT1OH at Our Store by our famous health specialist can have free dem onstrations at their homes. Telephone or write. Mail orders promptly attended to. Get One of Our Free Booklets on Health and Beauty By special arrangements with the manu facturers we can now sell the famous Arnold Vibrators on one dollar weekly payments OUR VIBRATOR CAN BE USED ON DRY CELL BATTERIES ELECTRICITY NOT NEC ESSARY. DO NOT BE MISLED We are the only peo ple who handle the genuine, famous Arnold Vibrators. All others are imitations.- Photo by Washington Photo Company. 100-yard dash. 100-pound class, C Shrout, S seconds; 70-yerd dash. 115-pound class. R, Slater. 9 2-5 seconds; 100-yard dash, unlimited class. A- Walters. 11 3-5 seconds; high Jump, SS-pound class, E. Hoover. 4 feet i Inches; broad Jump, SS-pound class, W. Hacnman, 13 feet 3 Inches; high Jump, 100-pound class. E. Dtttoe. 4 feet 3 Inches; broad Jump. 100-pound class. L. Hart, 13 feet Inches; high Jump, 115-pound class, F. Gant. 4 feet S Inches: broad Jump, 115-pound class, W. Joan, 14 feet 1 Inch; high Jump, unlimited class, B. Wise, 4 feet 10 Inches; broad Jump, unlimited class. V. WaUer. 15 feet 3 inches. The officers were: Honorary lefeie. Corrmissioner Cuso H. Ru dolph. James F. Oyster, preatdect Board of Edu cation, and Arthur C. Moees, president Washing ton iiargrouna association. Referee C 8. Martin, superrisor of pUnxouada. Clk of eoum-Frank a Wood. Assistant data of course-H. B. CTeQaaa and J. V. Byra. Starters C. E. Beckett and James Mulligan. Judges of flnlso-J. T Many. D. E. Gargca. H, M. Johneoo, Charles King. O. J. Jooes. Auujsod Alden, John Thomas, and R. A. Maurer. Chief Held Judge W. G, Btnart Timer-W. C Thatcher and D. O. Crane. To hold a miter Joint firmly while It is nelng glued, is the aim of a simple clamp Invented by a New Jersey man. ToOldQuebec C The quaintest French city in America. C Niagara Falls, T o r o n to, Thousand Islands, Rapids of the St. Lawrence, Montreal, Quebec, Lake Charnplain, Lake George, Saratoga Springs, and the Hudson River, are all included in the 13-day personally-conducted tour of the Pennsylvania Railroad. C Leave Wednesday, August 7. C Round-trip rate from Wash ington, covering necessary expenses, $114.78. C Ask Ticket Agents for book let, or address B. M. New bold, D. P. A., 15th and G Streets N. W., Washington. Tours tn Thnraand IsUndt July IS. August IS. 39. MsrlUme rrorince. July 34. Montreal July 31. Adlroodscks July 31. Muiaoka Lakes August 1, Yellowstone Park August 10. Great Lakes September 13. Pennsylvania R. R. 1 9th and F Streets Northwest SOME OF THE BEST BARGAINS OF THE REBIILIING SALE ARE OFFEREB TO-IAY ART GOQDS - A sew line of Stamped Collar and Cuff Beta for 25c, 30c, and 49c each. New Bow Tlea for 1 0r embroiderlng , ut Jabots. aUmped ZOC Linen Handkerchief s.-stamp-. OC ed for embroidering One lot of Crochet Slippers: some sold up to 98c. To close out "JO for. a pair Wfc One lot of cords, the kind you can' use for pillows or bath robes; sold for 10c and ISc yard. To a close out, yard Another chance at those 75c AQr Renaissance Scarfs; 18x54. For.' Another lot of those 71c Night gowns, these are great values. AQr Special, each yc 75c 27-inch Embroidered. Flouncings, 35c. 37-inch Flouncing, on fine batiste; a large variety of beau tlful patterns latterns to s rd ; new lot of E and Drettiest to select from. Regular value. 75c yard. Spe ciai yara. A new lot of Embroider? Bandings, on fine swlss: the vrr 8" latest and prettiest designs to select from. Regular price, 65c ,33 C yard. Special, yard Fine Batiste Flouncing. 45 Inches wide In the eyelet, blind, fio and baby Irish effects. Regular 13.00 and 83.50 values. Special. VfiP yard v. Narrow Edging, on fine nainsook and cambric, suitable for chll- flr iSp.n. itnd,rvir Ttietilar It tie? vain. Rn.Mnl vrrt SUIT CASES Made of seasoned sea grass. Light and durable; steel frame, leather corners, brass lock and catches ; good strong handle. . $1 up TRUNKS Topham's own make ; selected bass wood; good heavy can vas cover; enamel iron bind ing, brass trimmings, all riv eted; excelsior lock No. 4; lock bolt; two trays; linen lined ; strap and &Ok TLf marking W? OU Wardrobe Trunks A large line of Wardrobe Trunks. New assortment Latest designs, with every new feature. Specially priced At SZ5 and Op. We Repair Trunks, Bags, &s. TOPHAM'S Pioneer Manufacturers. 1219 F Street N. W. Why Pay Exorbitant Prices for Fresh Meats? Legs of Spring Lamb, lb. .18c Loin Lamb Chops, lb 25c Rib Lamb Chops, french- ed, lb 30c Shoulder Chops, lb 18c Stew Lamb, lb 12y2c This lamb is genuine spring lamb. Roast Veal, lb 15c Veal Cutlet, lb 25c Veal Chops, lb 20c Stew Veal, lb 15c Sugar Cured Ham, lb.... 18c Prime Rib Roast, lb 18c GEO. C. ALTEMUS, 2920 14th. 2440 18th. Phones Col. 38S0 and 550. J Capital Jl.ooo.ooo Deposits nearly 87.000.000 FOR YOUR SUMMER TRIP be sure that your busi ness affairs are placed in capable hands. This dependable old company is prepared to act as your agent. Satisfactory service at reasonable rates. a5f-We can supply you with TRAVELERS' CHECKS and LETTERS OF CREDIT. The Washington Loan and Trust Company, Cor. 9th and F Sts. JOHN JOX EUSO.S. President. INSIST ON PALMER'S GIN6ER ALE HOTELS. largest Horning Circulation. " ty5 $1,00 16-BBTTON LISLE GLOVES 49c lt-button-length Sllk-flnlsned Lisle Gloves, In tan, nary, gray, a"Tia black. Regular J 1.00 quality. Mn Rebuilding Sale price Two-clasp Milanese Lisle Gloves, In tan. mode, gray, black, and white. Regular 50c quality. Rebuild- 90,. Ing Sale price '"'- lt-button-length Double - tipped Silk Gloves. In white. Regular 11.00 quality. Rebuilding Sale 70 price.. I7. Two - clasp Double - tipped Silk Gloves. In tan. mode. navy, black and white. Regular 50c qual- 30 lty. Rebuilding Sale price 0C 35c ALFORD'S TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS Bring back replies, because each order receives the same personal attention. Irrespective of size. You' will find our letters free from dark edges, broken type, typographical errors. Ac Ton cau safely intrust Impor tant form letters to us. being as sured that they will be carefully edit d and delivered on time. 2,000 LETTERS, $4.00 ALFORD LETTER COMPANY District National IJ.nk Building, ' 1406 G Street Phone Mala 750. CHRISTIAN XANDER'S SPECIALS r Daffy's Malt Whisky! 75c BOTTLE Regulsr Price, tl bottle. 909 Seventh Street. All leading brands always In stork Phone orders promptly filled Sheboygan or Go.rain 811 dos. Cllqnot Club gl.23 dos. C. Jt C Imported S1.-40 dos. TO-KALON WINE CO. STORE. "0" 8 51. ft, W. jj. 8aS- EDUCATIONAL. ELOCUTION AJCD SIXGHCG. Sirs. EMILY FRECU BAII.VE3. 14Z Eleventh! St. N. E. 'Phone Line. 173. HALL-NOYES SCHOOL Summer annex open. Coaching in class sod prt iit.lt rnprctn. FRANCE MANN UJlLL. A l Prtreiwl niattt SPECIAL NOTICES. L1GUTMXG KODS INSTALLED AND BEI-AIR ed. in over C years nr rod has carried off ever stroke of lightning safety. J H Kl EHU.NG. SCI lah St n. TIAVI SCIENCE OP HEALTH. NATURAL, nonsnrgtral, 4X-p. book free. Apc27 cj rnaO. Jll Colored Dldg. ate. lector, for snsnea Wednes days st :j p. m. W-tf WE ARE SUPPLYING Many ot Washington's Leading" Drug'guts And confectioner, with Freettng 8all and FlaTunncv If "u srcrecUt. QCU4TT and LOWEST rRK'E3 let us .erte ou. CyWrtte or rhone No consumer, snrpuei, B. B. Earnshaw & Bro. Wholesaler., lttb and M Sts. S. E. DIED. DEALE Suddenly on Wednesday. June Place. HENRY B. DEALE. M D . In ine nity-nisi jcar ut ui. use Funeral from the residence of his broth er, -.1' airinu Avenue, oauiuiui Friday June 21. at 11 a m FUNERAL JJIEECT0HS. GEORGE P. ZURH0RST, 30: EAST CAriTOL ST Established 1-S. CUAS. S. ZUOBORST. tlgr. t uitl.llM LEE. Foneral Director and Embahner. Liter tn ccnoectioo. Ccmmodloo. Chirl and Modem Crematorium. Modest prices, JS PnnajleacU Am. n. Telephone Main 133. W.' R. SPEARE, TONE8AL DIBECTOS AND EMBALMIE. 940 F Street N. W. WASHINOTOX. D. a Phones Main IS FRANK A. SPEARE. Manafer. FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER. Baantlfsl Floral Designs. Terr rtssonable la price. Poena Ills Msln. Htn 4k Ejs sts. sv. FUNERAL FLOWERS Ot Irerj DeKiiptiao-ModaraUI Priced. GTJDE. rsscral Deaigss. Xcsacsl Dealasa. Bass Ale, $2 a DozenBH I Guinness Stout S Regular Price, t: 25 Dozen. 2d 'BnBanHssPJssBsssBSBalssssBHsssBMHBi .1