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Woo4ward. & Lothrop
Friday Clearance of s
Women's and Misses' Outergarments
At $10.00 for Choice.
Suits, Dresses, Coats -and Waists new and desirable style
remarkably low priced.
It-$35.00 Women's Suits.
J XSJD Women's Suits.
J 2.50 Women's Suits.
l?-f.j,00 Women's Suits.
6-KSJCO Misses' Suits.
1135.00 Misses' Suit.
1-tasa Misses' Suits.
17 iiaoo Misses' and Juniors' Suits.
1-J2.B0 Misses' Salt.
4 J18J0 Juniors Suits.
S-S5.00 Women's Silk Costs.
6-n5.00 Navy Serge Coats.
6 J16.E0 Linen Dresses.
3-CO.0O Ltnen Dresses.
13 fitM Tailored Linen Suits.
B7 J15.00 Tailored Linen SulU.
Ttlrf floor O at.
July Special Sale of
Muslin Undergarments, 25c each.
Qualities and sjyles that would command double this price
most any time, buf because of unusual conditions surrounding
their purchase we are able to mark them this low.
Gowns, high, ve, and low round
neck, long or short sleeves, finished
with tucks and ruffles.
Drawers, tucked and trimmed with
good embroidery ruffles.
Special price, 25c garment.
Usually double this price.
Also a lot of SHk Petticoats of good quality messallne, in black, white,
green, navy, king's blue, American Beauty, brown, and other colors, with
accordion plaited flounce.
Third floor Eleventh at.
Friday Specials in
Men's High-grade Clothing.
This is our half-yearly reduc
tion sale of Men's and Young
Men's Fine Clothing, when we
place on sale at deep price con
cessions every suit remaining on
hand from the season's selling.
It is simply carrying out our pol
icy of the merchandise finding
service in the season for which
it is made. Hart Schaffner &
Marx and other high-grade
clothing is included in a variety
of models, materials and shades,
with a good range of sizes.
These prices now prevail:
Suits selling up to $22.50
now $14.75. ""
Suits selling up to $25.00
Suits selling up to $35.00
Main floor F at.
Friday Specials in -Men's
Straw Hats Half Price
Every man's Straw Hat re
maining in our stock has been
marked half its former price for
immediate disposal. AH size
are in the lot and in the season s
best styles, with a variety in
shapes and models that will en
able any man to make a satis
factory .selection, at a genuine
saving in price.
All $2 00 Hats now 95c
Air $3 00 Hats now $1.50.
$G 00 Panamas now $4.75.
Main floor F at.
At Tremendous Reductions
SEE THESE PRICES.
Extra heavy china matting in variety of stripes, plaids and
checks; in green, "blue, brown, andjred, and combination OO
of colors. Regular 45c grade, special mQC
j.oxdD m. .ruaninsier rugs ai.-
18x36 in. Axminster rugs at
27x54 in.-Axminster rugs at
27x54 in. Axminster rugs at
36x72 in. Axminster rugs at
36x72 in. Axminster rugs at
Reversible Fiber Rugs.
30x60 in. ; were $1.50, reduced to gnc
36x72 in.; were $2.00, reduced to 750
6x 9 ft ; were $8.50, reduced to ." ." "$435
100 Bungalow oil rugs, were
125 Bungalow felt rugs, were
125 Martha Washington rag
Heavy China mattings; reversible; smooth selvedge. Sev
eral patterns for selection. Sold for $12.00 per OjC -C
Lansburgh Furniture Co., 512 9th St.
CANADA'S SET2UBE OF
FISHING BOAT MAY
CAUSE SEBI0US TROUBLE
Victoria, B. C, July 18. An interna
tional entanglement between the Domin
ion of Canada and the United States
government hangs In the balance as a re
sult of the seizure of the American gas-
mne launch Bonlta of Seattle, off Xu
tenat, Canada, by the fishery protection
l-tU.75 Tailored Linen Suit.
-Sa,00 Tailored Linen Suits.
S atCO Linen Dresses.
J 120.00 Crepe Meteor Dresses.
1437.50 Black Taffeta Dress.
1-CS.W Cadet Taffeta. Dress.
1 3 SO Brown Taffeta, Dress.
4 tlLSO Figured Voile Dresses.
132.50 Cream Serf e Dresses.
1 CO.00 Cream Serge Dress.
1-J15.09 White Linen Dress.
1 CS.00 Tan Linen Dresses.
3-n&S0 Chiffon Waists.
1 11173 -White Chiffon Waist.
4-CO.0O Lace Waists.
1-42100 Lace "Waist.
1 5.00 Lace Feplum Waist.
Price, $10.00 each.
Short Petticoats, trimmed with
lace and Insertion, others have
Corset Covers, trimmed with laces
and embroideries, beading and rib
bon. $1.95 each.
Friday Specials in
Washable Crochet Four-in-Hand
Ties a popular novelty
this season. The material is
mercerized cotton, attractive col
ored stripes on white grounds;
all colors warranted fast, and
have sold regularly at half dol
Special price, 25c each.
30 dozen pairs Men's Pure
Thread Silk socks, in two-toned
colors good assortment Pur
chased at a sacrifice price due
to slightly imperfect weaves, but
no breaks. The usual 50c
Special price, 3 pairs for $1.00.
A SarnDla line of Men's leather
Belts the latest shapes and shades,
newest effects In leathers and buck
les. Only one sire c
Lot 1 Two dozen Belts. In crav
and tan. with nlckeL brass, or
black buckles. 25c each Usually, GOc.
Lot 2 Five dozen ReltH. In rnv
tan. and black leathers, with nickel,
brass, or gun metal buckles. 60c
eacn usually T5c and J1.00.
Lot 5 Four dozen Fine Leather
Belts. In gray. tan. and black, with
best buckles: 73e each, irsmllv n "f.
Lot 4 Three dozen Belts, of the
choicest leathers; gray, black, and
tan? Sac each. Usually $2.00 and GEO.
AlSO IS All-slllr rnlnrl Kr.vllo.
Shirts, and a few silk madras in
cluded; sizes 1H, 15. and 1SH. JZTS
each. Were JIM
Main floor 1" at.
Double-breasted and Norfolk
Jacket Suits in attractive and
serviceable shades of tan, gray,
brown and blue the season's
newest designs and patterns;
light and medium weights; sizes
7 to 17.
$5.00 and $6.00 each.
Were $6 00, $7.50 and $8.50.
Mala floorF at.
, $4 75
$2.50, special sTok
$2 00, special 5100
rugs, were $2.75.
cruiser Kewlngton. t
The American launch and Its two oc
cupants were seized because the com-'
msnuer or the cruiser charsrea thev v,
fishing within the prohibited three-mile
lunu. The commander of the laurich de
nies this allegation and threatens to
appeal to the State Department to de
The seizure naa made. Tuesday, but
It was not until to-day that the details
The. Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Meyerwho have 6een reported to have
taken a cottage at "Newport for the
season, have taken "Redwood Cottage"
only for Tennis Week: beginning July
ZT. This wUl be a tournament at the
Point Judith Country Club, by Invitation.
The Mrsses Meyer will accompany their!
parents to Newport at that Ume, and
will have guests with them.
The Charge d'Aflalrea of Persia and
Mm. AH Xull Khan and their family
have taken the old Demonet home at
Bluemont. Va., for the remainder of the
season and are established there on the
beautiful mountain overlooking the
Shenandoah They have a large colony
of Washington neighbors, as Bluemont Is
a popular summer resort.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Brltton and
family are at the Brltton farm for the
summer, and In fact until their hand
some new home on the north side of Q
Street.-between New Hampshire Avenue
and Nineteenth Street. Is erected. It will
be one of the pretentious homes of that
section when completed, with an Impos
ing front of white stone. They will have
another debutante daughter In another
year. Miss Margaret Brltton. whom they
will present to society the winter after
The marriage of Mr. Irwin Laughlln,
of Pittsburg, to Miss Theresa Iselln, of
New York, will take place lc September
In the Newport cottage which the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Iselln. have
leased for the season. Mr. Laughlln
Is the first secretary of the United
States Embassy In Berlin and was for
merly treasurer of a steel company In
Pittsburg He Is a brother-in-law of Mrs.
Thomas K. Laughlln. youngest sister of
Mrs. Tart. Mr. Laughlln has recently
purchased a piece of land adjoining the
new home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry White
Just west of Boundary Castle, the Hender
son home, and It Is expected he will
build a permanent winter home there.
Mr. Laughlln Is a member of both Pitts
burg and New Tork clubs and a graduate
of Tale, class of 1S9X Miss Iselln is a
member of one of New York's smartest
and oldest families She. lias been In
society for several year.
Mr. and Mrs Theodore Marburg and
their daughter. Miss Christine Marburg,
of Baltimore, are summering In Noil
Scotia, the Titanic disaster having caused
them to defer their proposed trip to Eu
rope for the summer. Miss Marburg Is
one of Miss Taft's closest friends, and
Is a frequent guest at the White House
during the season.
Mr. and Mrs. James Robert McKee, of
New York, son-in-law and daughter of
former President Benjamin Harrison, are
visiting at "Pembroke" at Glen Cove.
L. L, the guests of Capt. do la Mar for
the month of July. Miss McKee Is the
guest of Mra Blleby, of Chicago, at
her summer home on Lake Geneva. Mr.
Benjamin Harrison McKee Is In Saratoga
visiting a Yale co'lege mate, Mr. David
Mabee, at the. summer home of his
parents In the famous old resort where
the McKee family lived for many years
after they left Washington. They will
spend the month of August together, mo
toring m New England.
An engagement of much interest here
was announced In Shelbyvllle, Ind., a
few days ago. It was that of Miss
Kathcrlne Nadlng. third daughter of Mr.
William Nadlng. of that city, to Mr.
Jack Hennessy, both of whom are well
The announcement was made at a
luncheon given by Miss Nadlng's sister.
Mrs. Herbert De Prex, a bride of last
winter, who was formerly Miss Lillian
Nadlng. also weU known here. The wed
ding Is expected to take place In October,
and the future home of the young couple
will be In Pittsburg, where Mr. Hen
nessy Is In business. Miss Nadlng and
her tuo older sisters were all educated at
Fairmont Seminary, and Mr. Hennesy
was at school here during a part of the
time of his fiance was.
Dr. and Mrs II. Roblnette Perry an
nounce the engagement of their daughter,
Olive Wooldslde Perry, to Mr; William
Arthur Edgar. The wedding will take
place on October 39.
Judge Thomas H. Anderson left on
Wednesday for Colorado Springs to Join
Mrs Anderson, who has been there for
several weeks. They will " come East
some time In August, and spend the re
malnder of his vacation until October
1 In New England and at the seashore.
Lieut. Commander and Mrs. Leigh
Palmer will leave to-morrow for Bound
brook N. J. the home of Mrs. Palmer's
parents, where she snd Commander
Palmer were married about a year ago
The Secretary of the Portuguese Le
gation and Mme. d' Arenas de Lima have
arrived In Washington, and will stay at
the New Wlllard unUl they find a suit
able place for the summer. The sec
retary has not been here for five years.
but Is well-known because of his former
assignment here. 1-e Is charge d'affaires
during the absence of the Minister, Vis
count d Alte.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore P. Shonts are
at Bar Harbor for the summer, where
they were Joined by Miss Marguerite
Shonts early this week. Miss Shonts has
been islttng In Newport, the guest of
Bear Admiral and Mrs Leutxe sailed
yesterday for Europe for a six months'
recreation following the former's retire
ment from the service. They will Join
Miss Marlon Leutze, who sailed a fort
night ago with friends, and who will Join
them In Paris. Admiral Leutze was com
mandant of the Washington Navy Yard
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The Chara-c cVAaTalree of Persia, Sttrsa AH Kill Khan, hie irte, little
eMIarest, aad nepherr
and -Miss Leutze was a debutante during
thejr regime, which was one of the fay;
est socially known at the yard since the
time of the late Bear Admiral Terry.
Mrs. Cosby, wife of CoL Spencer Cos
by, has gone to Lenox to spend soma
Ume with Mra J- Frederick Schenck at
Valley Head, where Mrs. Cosbys mother
Is also a guest.
CoL and Mrs. Thomas "W. Symons
and their family, who went abroad early
In the spring, -are now motoring In
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson Page.
who are at their summer home at York
Harbor. Me , have with them 'for their
annual visit their- son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Algernon Burnsby,
of England, and the utters sister, "Mi
Thomas P. Lindsay, of Boston.
Mrs.' J. Burnet Crane and the Misses
Crane will go to Blue Ridge Summit on
August 1. but Miss Katherlne Crane
will spend the greater part of the month
vlslUng friends on Lake Charnplaln.
Mrs. Heap, wife of Paymaster Sam
uel Lawrence Heap, U. S. N, has Join
ed her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. T. Johnson Ward, at Galen
Hall. Atlantic City, for a stay of sev
eral weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are
receiving congratulations on the arrival
of a son at Atlantic City recently. Mra
Johnson was one of the belles of Wash
ington society from the Ume of her de
but until her marriage In June, 1311.
She was Miss Pansy Bloomer.
Mra Herbert Parsons Is In Newport
with her parents. Mr. and Mra Henry
Clews. She will spend the autumn at
Mlrs Agner Howard Kemp will be
the guest in August of Mra Albert WI1
lert. of this city, at the Matter's cottage
at Cape May. Miss Kemp Is now vis-
lung at Upper Marlboro, the guest of
Miss Chrlstobel Hill, at "Bleak House."
The marriage la announced of Miss
Hope Willis, daughter of Mr. Bailey Wil
lis, of this city, to Mr. Seward Rathbun,
also of this city. The ceremony was per
formed Wednesday. July 17, at North
Haven, Me., by Rev. A. R. 8cott, of Ban
gor, In the summer home, "Bethziba," In
the presence of a small company. The
future home of the young people will be
In Bangor, where the bridegroom Is en
gaged zg supervising architect of the
municipal building, now under construc
Miss Margaret Perln. daughter of Mrs.
George Howard, who returned recently
with her mother after a six months'
stay abroad, has gone to Beverly, Mass.,
to be the guest of Miss Hope Norman.
daughter of Mr. and Mra Guy Norman,
of Boston, who usually spend their win
ters In Washington. She will be there
for Miss Norman's coming-out ball in a
The marriage of Miss Helen M. Corbtn.
of New Harmony, Ind.. to Mr. Robert D.
HelnL of this city, will take place early
In September at New Harmony. Miss
Corbin Is well known In educational
circles, as she bss been a member of the
music faculty of the National Park Semi
nary for some time. She Is a graduate
of the Cincinnati College of Music Mr.
Helnl Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Helnl. of Terra Haute, Ind., and Is Wash
ington correspondent for Leslie's Weekly.
He and his bride will be at home at The
Covington on Columbia Road.
Bert Robertson and Miss Ada B Gtlll
Iand were married at 4 30 o'clock yester
day afternoon at the brlde'a realdence.
fl H Street Northeast. Rev. W. W.
Barnes performed the ceremony, which
was attended by relaUves The couple
left Immediately for their honeymoon.
which Mil Include a trip to Boston by sea.
GIVEN" STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
Director Ralph Makes Presentation
to Vlsltlna" Enpann.
Director Ralph, of the Bureau of En
graving and Printing presented line en
gravings of Presidents Taft, Rooseelt.
and McKlnley to each of the delegates
to the annual contention of the Interna
tional Steel and Copper Plate Printers'
Union as they visited Uncle Sam's
money-msklng plant jesterday morning.
The delegates were shown all over the
place, after which Director Ralph made
n oner address to his guests, discussing
me relations or the management and
workers In the bureau and protesting his
highest interest In the welfare of the
The delegates were the guests of honor
of the Social Oyster Club at a steak
dinner last night. The routine business
of the convention will be concluded this
morning, after which the election of
officers takes place. To-morrow will be
spent at Marshall Hall.
Canal Leaslnar Prinieares.
The canal commission Is receiving so
many Inquiries from commercial Inter
ests resardins the leasing of land for
business purposes near the terminals of
the Panama Canal that a committee has
been appointed to Investigate and re
port to Col. Goethals. chairman and
chief engineer of the canal commission.
This committee will take up all ques
tions pertaining to the leasing of Canal
Zone lands at the canal terminals In the
vicinity of Cristobal and Balboa for pri
vate coaling plants, oil fuel plants, store
houses, warehouses, offices, and other
To establish a standard of purity In
candles a government bureau at Wash
ington has established a factory of Its
Phote br rmfwwif.
The New Men's Wear Shop
G Street Two
j3il 11 m Wl 111 liarV
95c Neglige Shirts 1 29
Xj Little lots bunched and reduced. W "-
Closing a half day on Saturday the new Men's Wear Shop
now makes Friday the day to close out "broken lots.". Gentlemen
will find best of Madras and Russian Cord Shirts, worth to $2.50,
at only 95c and $1.29. AH sizes, in one style or another.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
LISNER. HOURS, 8 A.
JHzBOUTBR A IJtfTWiT SHOP
01 TO BLBVBNXH STIUB13
glSoflDi -to g2dD,dD(ID
Closing! out 5D High-class
Presses, off terry doth, ratine,
linen, marquisette, voile, and
batiste, at $7.95. Heretofore sold
at $15, 513, and $20.
The greatest bargain we have
ever offered in our business his
tory. All popular colors, including
many in white.
Rosses' sizes, 141 to 20. Ladies'
sizes, 34 to 42.
Many off these Dresses can be
worn throughout the winter, espe
cially those off white lingerie.
S3Q White Serge Wow S15.QQ
S30 Fancy Serge Now $12.75
S3Q Fancy Whipcord Wow. . 812.75
835 Fancy Worsted Wow. . .g!2.75
820 Cloth Odds and Ends
815 Linen Wow 87.50
825 Terry Wow 810.00
850 Silk Wow 819.75
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Fight Drives Him
Out of Country
Ereelal to The WasMaftan HaraM.
Barerstown. Mi, July li The eon
tlnuous din of stormy battle and noisy
strife between the conservative and pro
gTeealve wings of the Republican party
has driven one man. at least, out of
Christian N Snyder, of this city has
been worried Into a nervous frenxy over
the polltlbal contro ersy between the
Taft and Roosevelt forces, and has de
cided to leaie the United States forever.
He Is ashamed of a country which per
mits such verbal pyrotechnics as have
been filling the atmosphere with fire and
smoke for scleral months past.
Snyder Is already oft. He Is on his
way to Manitoba. On a quiet homestead
In the far northwestern protince. under
the (las; of Oreat Britain, he expects to
live In peace. Times In the United States
are entirely too strenuous for htm.
The dissatisfied 'citizen Intends to re
nounce the Stars and Stripes forever.
and take the oath of allegiance to Kins;
PANAMA CANAL WILL
BENEFIT COLOMBIA, SATS
MINI8TEB J. T. DUBOIS
New Tork. July 18 James T. Duhol
United States Minister to Colombia, am
Mrs. Dubois armed here to-day aboai
the steamer Zacapa on their way
Hallstead. Pa, for their annual vaca
-Mr. Dubois predicts a crest future for
Colombia, and believes that her pros
perity win be simultaneous with the
opening of the Panama Canal.
"There are 500.000 square miles of land
in Colombia, with only 5.000,000 In popula
tion." ht said. "Colombia has as much
land as France and 'Germany combined
It Is rich in agriculture and mines, and
DeofaEast of 11th.
Three Suits, $2'
English Nainsook Shirts and,
drawers The 50c kind at 35c
per garment, or at $2 instead
of $3 for three suits. Link
comfort with a little investment
in dollars and cents. .
M. TO 5 P. M. G STREET.
It Is the only country In South America
ooraerea oy the Atlantic and Padflc
"Her harbors at Cartagena. Santa
Marta, and Buena Ventura are the three
finest on the continent, and they are the
first harbors below the canal. The
Colombians are looking forward to the
openlns; of the canal in the firm belief
that the long-delayed tide of prosperity
will then sweep over their country."
TO CBUIHE MEXICAN WATERS.
Crataer Denver to Make Friendly
Call at Western Ports.
The little cruiser Denver on July SO
will leave San Francisco for a cruise
down the west coast of Mexico, it was
announced at the Navy Department
It was stated by Acting Secretary of
tne wavy Wlnthrop that the cruise of
the Denver Is to be In the nature. of a
xrienaiy call. No American refugees
are to be taken on board or sought for:
In fact. It Is understood that candltlons
nave so improved on the west rout
that there are now no American cltl-
sens in distress.
The Denver will stOD on the wav
down the coast at Topolobampo, Al
tata Mazatlan, San Bias. Acanulco.
and Sallna Cruz. On the way back the
uenver will touch at Manzanlllo.
Argentina's corn crop for this year Is
estimated at 8.000.000 tons.
CAPE MAY HOTELS.
BCHOBOTH BEACH. OxXaWABE,
NOW OPKK ITJR XUI SaVaSO.f Oa" 211
Oirtcilj on the Atlantic Ocean. VTrlU tor BeoaJrt
aud Batch .Walla Borteo, Oner sad list.
A iew devices for savlne
fuel and reducing the heat in
the kitchen during" the sum
Used on One Gaa Burner.
With 1 compartment.... C5o u
With 2 compartments.. .11,75
With 4 compartments. ..1-2.50
The Duplex Fireless ,
Saves fuel and unnecessary heat.
toons everyining peneouy.
Priced from $6.00.
Double and Triple
Ehaned to Fit One Gas Burner.
Two Saucepans, for use on one
burner 7to set
Three Saucepans, for use on one
Durner ji.15 set
Dulin& Martin Co.
Pottery, Porcelain, China, Glees,
, SUver, Ac.
1215 F St and. 1214-18 G St
Add a VICTROLA IV.
to your Vacation Outfit
You can obtain a machine
and 6 double-face records,
complete. Let us show you.
Other styles $25 to $200.
Percy S. Foster
1330 G STREET.
TTuhi&ftoa Lsmdiaf Themitr.
The Columbia Players 75c
Matlnaets Thur. and Sat
Wot Ht..-Mn, Vtlizt U th OabUj FiXA'
MATINEE CVESy Cy
BIX SEATS Z3
In tht Oreatast Crtea Story In BUci.
THE THIRD DEGREE
By CHARLES KUSIN,
Anther of The I.!on end tkte Vonae.".
Meat Wk..l CtaUtmaa of Leisure"
BELA8CO ROOF GARDEN
Coatlnuou, 8i30 to XI. All Seats, 23c.
Ordu Rtfnrfimentik-Mat. Sit. VK.
Pmiim In Thntrr 11 It nlna.
ADMISSIOX AT.WA1S FREE.
FREE MOVING PICTURES
88 OTHER ATTRACTIONS.
BIO BAM) CONCERT TO-MORROW
DAY TWO OAMES
WASHINGTON VS. ST. LOUIS
IUjrteJ wU at T. Arthur Smi.h a. UX 7 St.:
Hnidmon a. U22 w lort Are. : Ham Adlmi. 9ta
and G, Sail A Ox, Tth an4 Pa. In.; nam a, 11th
and Pa. At.
The Only Dance Hall in This City.
BOVELLO'S ORCi E3TRA
The only resort reached In 1Z minutes
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
Va. Are. near neach. Atlantic City
Rooms fa suite, with bot wa crW tea vtur baths.
EfTatxr firm ttrert lereL $150 daily tad up. Spt
ciaI ira)dr rttrs. Auto ctaca maeU tnlu. Ctv
ptaSlT, OUO. v.riT4 tot D"ln
COO PlOt & LE
PS. Owdct nd Prop
Oie of Atlaatle CWr'a Lars-eat and
sLeadlas; AU- he- ear Hotels
On rtu front, doat to U attnctioBi; ra
pwitr. LOOQ. Tba locitioc. lrz rooou. and tn
rjrroundiiig ban ttUMishM this ai tha mo
eomforUbla hotel for tha imsmit. All hatha np
(bad with tea tad fmh vatar; fanning vattr la
foot roocaa; apacioaa procmisula Yaraadu ortr
looking the ttmtxm boardwalk. Orrhama. HIh-
eLua rcataurant. Ammean and Ecnpaaa xsaajL
A. S. RUIETSEH. Mgr. JOEL H1LLMAM. Fruit
Whole blade on Boardwalk.
CAPaCITT. MIX ATLANTIC CTTT.
Ceoeaded the Ideal location, 10 degree cooter thaa
arspcr part of ulaad. Paradae lor children: una
plaj room. aU windows acrcesad. Hoc acd cold era
water hatha, Many bedrooma with hot aad cold raa
filsc vatax. Tahle aouwerthj. Booklet.
IS. IT. OAHIAO.
Virrfnia Am. and Btach. Aluatlo CItr. N
irata batha. aJarateer -aoaie: S1&50 tip wetk
atructtd ocran Tinr rcotna. eltrator: lrhita atrrlrt;
noma eomforta vltnout extraracasc: txtnlES from
tuxne: moderate ratn. booklet. MORRIS L. JOHN
SON. Owner and Prerclftcr
Uichigaa ave. near Beach. Capadt SCI Erery
nodern c-wTentenc and comfort. Prlrate hatha;
roomi with ronnirg water: eleratcr. ScecUI weekly
rates. S. J. O BORNE A SON.
So. Florida At., sear Beach; bathlnx from halL
Special July Rates
S1.it MILT $1.11 UP WEEKLY
uomeme. select. Jarre airy room. prrate batrm
Itolll Georgia AT
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tumn leavaa thalc leuow hue.