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de same-e de slm&s "e @sam NEWCMR It Pays fa C4=0 Frame Amywhems GOOD CLOTHES $12.50 to $30.60 NUCOMPOAEM I-$ fb St S. L -Dewn byf the NO"i YaWL. DISLOYALTY AiN WCUSSED IN HOUSE Buitten Wants Time to Lay Case Before Colleagues. The disloyalty question bobbed up again in the House yesterday. Fred A. Britten. member from Chicago. who was named a few days ago by a Southern member as having acted in a suspicious manner, brought %p the subject. He re'.orted he had seen papers Irom all over the country containing charges he had been disloyal. where as he had supported all the admin istration War measures. He asked uranimous consent that time be set aside today in order that any mem ier who felt him conduct had been "suspicioua" could lay the case be fore the House. epresentative Garner of Texas. ob etted. and Britten was unable to c.rry out his plan. Representative William Mason. also of Chicago. took no action today to clear his name of suspicions cast by a Southern member. He refused to say whether he will ask permission of the House tomorrow to discuss the riustiiton of German propaganda. To Hurry Selective Draft Law Tests - nle Sam is anxious to have his selective draft law tested in the Unit ed States Supreme Court. In order thAt the government may know as soon as possible just how firm ground th law stands upon, the Supreme Court was asked yesterday to ad vance eight eases now upon its cal endtar. John W Davis. solicitor general of the Department of Justice, mide the -.ariuest of Chief Justice White. The eight appeals now In the Su preme Court include the cases of Em ma Gokiman and Alexander Berk m-n. of New York. Other appellants ar4 Ions Kramer and Morris Becker. 3 f New York; Charles E. Ruthen herg. .Alfred Wagenknecht. and Charles Hiker, of Onio. and Joseph F. Ar er. Alfr- F. Grahl. Otto Wan crin. and Walter Wangerin. of Min nesota. TO ISSUE MORE SMALL BILLS. The Honuse yesterday passed a bill emopowering national banks to Issue not to exceed 3Z.000 worth of S and V: notes. The bill. which had already Yiasscd the Senate. was designed to alleviate the shortage In 1 and V: eilv'r certifi-ates. Your Patriotic Duty: BUY A LIBERTY BOND Movie of a Tired Mo TIMC Fol. TKe DAI.Y OF OAJE. MOtk. u4 s r ~ - ME TABDENLE [R BLY SUNDAI ViU Be Erected on Union Statioi Plaza and Cost $25000. Billy Sunday's tabernacle for hl IVashington campaign. costing $5,0 Lnd seating 12,000 people, will be erset 4 on Union Station Plazs. accord ag to announcement made by X. C 'hance. Washington postmaster an hairman of the committee arrange og for the evangelists coming. With n the next two weeks constructial 'il1 start on the sit*, secured aial: hrough the co-operation of Vice resident Marshall. Speaker Clarl nd Elliot Woods. Capitol adperin endent. .Local men behind the campaign ar etting out to raise budget to mak he "drive for souls a winer." whic] will take 850.000 of which it Is hope 9. collect $15.M10 In cash before th wungelist reaches the Capital. Dr. James E. Walker, advance agem ,or Billy Sunday, Is superintendia Lit plans and also work on the nel ;tructure where meetings will be bed hich will follow the style of the one ised in the Baltimore and Philadel phia campaigns. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITZ. Willirs E. Zombro. 2, and LilMe 111ith 1. Re,. H. F. Downs. Winliam H. Wynkoopr , and Ls Oirael . Rev. H. Schroeder. James . Wolt. 31. and Lulae I. Eber, 1e". J. T. Huddle. Adbton E. Bunel. 1. and Pearl M. Fnis"e . Rev. H. B. Hawley. Richard M. KuAtr. Z, ad Ceil F. V.o. A Rev. T. G. Routh. Ioui. Glaser. 27, and Marsuerite A. Kaul an. I Raw. A. ammon. Jabee J. mealug. W. and Sume F. Nevillo L Rev. D H. Martin. Fred A. Woodis . and Myrtle I. ffeatom 1. Xe. J. L. Gordon. Rarmond 8. Baker, 'f. and MaNde K. lUoyd . Rev. C. Falta. Raymas oes. 2, and Misae Kemp. V ter. J. J. Ribainr. Clarence Warnock. 1. and Nadie Fakin. I Lev. J. T. Grs. Herold B. Rodier. Z. and Bde L. Bende k Raw. F. J. P~vttyman. Ira la Padsil, 3L, and Edith Milton. 31 Lev. J. H. Jeffres. - James J. Farml. 45. and isabdh J. Glien" 0. Rev. It. schmlAdt. Nerman E. Ceeder. 43, and Katherine Mol oy. . Rev. J. C. Ball. uageue T. Connelly. 3, and Maon T. Cia4 2. Re.. 3. .O'Brien. Raymond V. aituir. 2. and Maria A. Ma loald. 3. Rev. F. D. McGraw. COLORED. Barold R. Randolph, 3. and Clarine L JId on. 21. Rev. W. H. Dean. John H. Colbert, 3, and LIllian Pady. 3 tee. J. Richard. William H. Clomax. U. and 1ebie C. We e. 18. Rem. J. Callia. John W. Abbot. 31. and Gertrude Z. Moos 2. Re,. J. K Willas. Rlley E. Mansan. . and eise D. Ged.r. I ter. W D. Jarvie. (EW YORK HOTEL ARRIVALI emial to The Wahiuston Harald. New York, Oct. 2.-The followin Washingtonians are registered at Ne Cork hotels: Park Avenue-J. M. Park. E. I sml. Y. W. Laso. Mrs. Y. M. Las Collingwood-H. M. Curen. Navnrre-K. Furnya. Longacre-N. B. Gimple. Flanders-W. F. Kirk. Grand-E. A. Lawson, L. S. Spurr. Marlborough-P. D. Mingos, J. Mon romery. Continental-W. - Spencer. Breslin-H. E. Waernicke. !her Trying to Take th 4 L9 Fie Leerra F1 2A I MAI VITAL STATSTIC. BIRTUSRERTD Gaes V, end Am. C ce. gise, Riebad al Am.e WaUn, Frank and Asie V. Stemp, girlI Mew. ad etr . rabgh, bey. Ases 1e11eOMhh Fell. 6Krt Fews and tdA O'lel. bi. Ainm . and Wilbeaeina M. Nidhesm. bor. Thomes J. and Massent McDowell. by. Raymond KL and Andrei W. Meeia, boy. WIlUan and Lakeea Eeme, byw. .ot 0. and Marl. Jebos. by. -ny 3, ad Dutha JSm.M girl. Robert and Ver a Jese.~~gid. i ejand X. and [moes Jamee, by. Joba . and Cloey E. Raeleday, girl. William ad Mary Hee, g.o - 'tfamee and ei mebaans girL Artiur J. ad Eleafer A. Oem. s L James and Jade litagnrld. br. Jebs T. ad St Dea girL. Rafed H. ad ie Barnales U Uhas&d. girt +tephew 3. mad Imbiee Caps, girl. Floyd G. ad im L Cowen gai. aeog end Matle Carm bar. Raym W. Had ei V. breaba. by. Wmebart T. and Marguet M. Burroughs, bor. Robert M. and (aeline V. Beall. boy. 'lermad L ad Magfie A. Battimley. girt. Charles and Myrnt Blandfard, girl Frank and May Armes. girl. COLORFA). vigil K. and Katie Willame, gir. 9 Edward a WaMeluina Updyke. gir. r Gile and Alm Quin, si. benjmia F. and Ena T. Parker, girl. * amuel and Nellie MUilm girl. Albert K and Eiele Uaton. girl. Howaid M. and Eselle Blackfead. girl. (dies and Catherine Brown, girl. DEATH RECORD. WHITE. sEard Parei. I years, 30 Newark a. aW. Jamie W. TanneifL ; 20 a st. se. Deenn Murphy. f7, C. . Sol. Mome Hospt. Jamepb Dawm. At . . SOl. Home Hoept. Kew Kebo. OL It. eizabeth'a Hopt. May Kelly, I. P Quincy st. aw. Virginia Corbe. I mon 5N 15t at. me. Peter Bowman. 0. Wash. Amlum Bempt. John Jeriffer. 9, St. Elizabeth's Heopt. Fraum Bowie, 9. 214 G at, 5W. Nettlie Davia. 5, 43 3d at. am. (George W. Kinky, 4. Ie Dedrees at. nw. Brf Proetor. 6 manthm. 412 21t 2 t. mw. Ale Shorter. 4 mmnth1. 8 at. me. Infant of Jack mad Naale Grayson. 2 months. *l Cruoram st. sw. Mitary Iknurce Bil Goe to Senate The 31.000,000 war insurance bill for soldiers and sailors was reported to the Senate late yesterday, and will be taken up today. The administration ie anxious to have the bill passed at this session. The Senate Finance Committee, which reported the bill. refused to modify the disability sec tions. These pension soldiers and eallors $300 monthly, and pay their widows and children $30 to $50 month L ly. with $5 added monthly for each additional child. The maximum amount of insurance was cut from $10.000 to $7.500 Missionary Union Wil Hold Meeting The first fall meeting of the Wom I an's Interdenominational Missionary Union and Mission to Lapers will be held Friday, at 2 o'clock In Mt. - Vernon M. E. Church South, Ninth and K streets northwest. The Rev. Edward K. Harden, pas tor of the church, will conduct the opening meeting. Rev. Dr. George A. Miller will speak on the "Billy" Sunday Campaign, and the Rev. Dr. Henry Anstadt, on "Luther Finding the Bible." Mrs. John N. rulbertson, president of the Union, will preside. Daily Nap Advised by P .Ti XTY M"E tJTES A' LV --I fsa 3.A'-3AV dS'ShI to REPORTED CHECKED ieath Officers Take Quick Steps to Stamp Out Disease. Southeast Washington is now har boring some forty-odd cases of clin leal and ''carrier" diphtheria, accord Ing to records of the health depart - - ment. Since the opening of school forty light cases ot the disease have been reported to the health oficer. At thouh but one fatally has occurred Suring the oridetic this on Septem ber 14, a few days before the opening f the schools, the authorities at the District Building are making every move to eliminate all traces of the disease. Twelve of the cases were clinical. bhey all required the strictest isola tion. ThIro-six of the caes report ed were what are known as e car riers." in themselves this ts not dan gerous, but by communication of germs to others the spread of the disease is occasioned. Dr. LeMerle, who has been placed in charge of the aght against the pread of the epidemic, has caused a culture of the blood of every pupil of the Ketchum ehool. in which the epidemic is said to have gained its foothold, to be taken and examined. Last night the conclusion of making of all cultures was marked by the fumigation of the school. Cultures of the blood of every pupil in the Van Buren School. which i also in the neighborhood of the dipt theria cases, will be taken duringthe c!urrent week. Dr. LeMerle declared Lesterday that he expected to aind many cases of the carrier branch of the disease. One death occurred before the be ginng of school, which probably caused the n hroodthe Investigation. James H. Frye,. fe years of age. of 16e7 Good hope road, died an Septem ber 14, after an attack of diphtheria. To Have New Course At George Washington Oncourse in the history and appre ciation of painting for graduates and under-graduates will be given this year by the department of archaeol ogy and history of art at George Washington University, according to announcement by Dr. Mitchell Car roll, professor in charge of the de partment. The course embraces a study of the principles of art criticism, the chief schools of painting, with speeal at tention to the moder'n Periods and the Important pictures to be seen in Washington and other leading cities of America and Europe. Baker Gives $5h to Fund For Army Cmp eibrary The following additional subscrip tions to the library war service fund in sums of M and upward have been received: Mrs. H. W. Fitch. $5; Charlotte C. Wilson. M5; Mrs. Isadore Rayner, $50; Martha C. Codman. $W; Hon. Newton D. Baker, Secretary of W ar, Wti. hysician By BRIGGS M~Jse TES THeni - MAwdIe 11561S ON 4ROEt MAps- ne 6AY Wr To Masts U6. Hou% i.5 uP ,S - r Vts HELP WANTED-NALE. WANTED:A CMO MANIWT common sense and an ability to learn; evening and night work; must be reliable, sober and trust worthy; $18 a week t.apart with; every chance for an increase. This is an opportunity for a man to learn one of the most Iative of all forms of business. Afly Mr. EAST MENT. first foor. Herald. . 900 Men Wanted CAMP MEADE; NO FEES; average wage, $3.30 a day; free transportation; W. B. & A. Trolley, 5:50 a. in.; 15th and H sts. ne. SMITH, HAUSER & MAC ISAAC, Inc. WANTED- C A R PEN ters. Apply P. F. GORMLEY & CO.. 4th and V sts. ne. WANTED - LABORERS. Apply P. F. GORM LEY & CO.; 4th and V sts ne. WANTED - CANVAsELft FOR BOTI'8 City tiretor ; nn of gnnd appearance; plain writers. good sptllers: must be strictily wer. Addresin "" had.tiug. Adre. R. L. POLK a CO.. REn. 4r. $10 r at. U-. YOUNG MEN AS CHINA AND toy packers; permanent position and good salary. Apply at once to Mr. DOBRIN. manager. Golden berg's. 7th and K sts. CARPENTERS WANTED. Uaon carpenter, canted for ctncrele form work: age.. 5.3 for eight hours. Apply TrR NER CONSTRUCTION CO.. New Building. Bureau of Standards, Conn. ave. and Pice Mill road. WANTED-CHOPPER AT ONCE; good pay; steady werk. H. S. OMOHUNDRO, 818 F st. WANTED-BUSHELMAN; GO pay; steady week. - H. S. OMO HUNDRO, 818 F st aw. TEN BOYS-WHITE; BETWEEN the ages of 16 and 21, to work in factory. THE TABULATING MA CHINE CO.. 1054 31st. st. nw. WANTED-STOCK CLERK FOR our linen department; splendid chances for advanceinent. Apply W. B. MOSES & SONS, fourth floor ofice. MEN WANTEi. 6:30 TO 2 1'. M.. FUR EX pre work. Attic TIIEKErER. Adarms 1press Co.. '2d aId I At. ne. WANTED-STENOGRAPHER Splendid opportunity and good sal ary to right party. Apply General Manager The Herald, between 12 and I p. m. LABORERS WANTED. - Laborers wanted; wages. 131, 2 boor, Appli TURNER CONSTRUCTION CO., New Riki ing, Bureau of Standards. Conn. ave. and Pierce Mill road. WANTED-YOUNQ MEN AND BOYS. WANTED-YOUNG MEN AND boys; steady work and splendid chance for advancement; free in struction in telegraphy and electri cal work during working hours; can earn $3 per day; applicants may apply to work evenings. Apply at and to Mr. PIERCE. Western Union Telegraph Co.. 1401 F st. nw. PARIDR GERIA5 WANTED TO ABSSST IN drmssing cork and for parlor work at a French fashion and gien exhilit. Apply at one. to MME. SAVIGINY. oare Bone Sugur, Nsew Willard Hotel. Washinstmn, D. c. THE HERAI AUTO ACCESSORIES. NAT BfL LECTRICAL SUPPLIY 1320 New York aye, maIn 66W0. sa SN TEC*agaeiUSa-U3o S . 5USIaN- s Sai-Warm servies atatca, Pb..T rMaim t 66 . Mrh 6, 4AT0 BL TMCARL sP. mee U20 SUPPLY HELP WANTED-4ALL PIANO MOVERS - PUNDBIXT Pll tims: good waes. Ad6am ARTHUR 5O DAN PIANO CO.. 10 0 IL aw. 23 N ST. NW.-4 ROMR AND RATE; PAN try. storage raom: MSk Key at A N. at. PACA OBERLIN, ColuMan Bm. Phbaes M. 74 or Ml. WAWW-AT ONCEK SEVERAL BOYS TO deliver cars: Bead wrk; sedas Wi. A TRAM ELECT2IC GAZAGE. UK N. I. S. WANTED - CANVASSERA FOIL BYD' City Dtrectory: mew of ad appeamf: latR writers, good spells; n be ftrictil Nober; malary. t. per day to atat. Address In own handwriting. Addiren . L FoLE & 09. Boom 47, s F B. aW. WAKT9D-WHITZ 130T AS SCUMS O auto delivery cr. Apply.~ with referce, BRENTANO'S BOOK STORE. F Bnd 22b sts. ow. WANTED -BOY TO LEARN the printing trade; excellent opportunity. Also boy for proof press. Apply FOREMAN The Washington Herald, after 6 p. M. WANTED-LIVE YOUNG MAN who wants to learn the advertis ing end of a newspaper; one with some soliciting experience preferred but not essential. Apply between 9 and 9:30. Mr. BRYANT. 2d floor. Herald oflice. . WANTED-LABORERS; $2.75 per day; steady work; chance for advancement. Apply to Time keeper, AdamsExpress Co., 2d & I sts. ne. WANTED-ABLE-BODIED MEN; 25c per hour; steady work. Ap ply to TIMEKEEPER. Adams Ex press Co.. 2d and I. sts. ne. SKILLEI) MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN for large factory in Middle West; permeantut poition and ercptinual opportumty for good man. ROOM ON. Wahingtoo [a" Sad Treat WANTLD-ORDERUES ANT) CLX&NE EMERGENCY HOSPITAL 1711 N. Y. am. A. apportunity fcr empioymnt by Thu Peasylvaia Railad Co. Far macbinists and or repairme. For white and colored laborr,. AppIy as New Jer aee. se.. washingtam. D. C. Or with the N. Y., P. & N. R. R. O. Appy to B. a. VINCENT. Agent. Norfolk. Va. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. YOUNG LADY TO TAKE CAE of pattern department. Apply at once to Mr. DOBRIN. manager, Goldenberg's.,7th and K sts. YO'NG MDY CLERK FOR Opf1ES work: must be good at Arm and use adding machine. Apply at mince of THE TOLMAN LAU'NDRY, Oth and C sta. nw. COLORED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUIbr wak; good tax. 11% Park food. WOMAN FOR COOKING AND Ui'i housework; no laundry; reference. A"py MO P at. nw. REFNED YOUNG LADIES A TELEPHONE OPERATORS, Between 18 and 25 years of age; 8th grade education; salary paid while learning; rapid advance. ment; splendid surroundings; resi rooms and dining-rooms; sick ben. efits. C. & P. 'TELEPHONE CO., 722 12th Sret N. W. STENOGRAPHER - Splendid op portunity and good salary to right party. Apply General Man ager The Herald, between 12 and I p. m. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. N. em Ia 18 . LUKE EMPWV!MENT Af.ENCY. All elassesof htel. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. FECORD8a-vlCTOR, COLUMBIA. AND ED1 0ON4-bouht, eoM. and =eab=g-d. RECORD ECANGEN Pbeme i. Ti, TEk stfs. one. FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFR "sl'* EIPItEhIVE FLORAL EMBLEM5 Phone M. at MODERATE PRICES. , SI-19-1U. Prompt and Carefml LAbt Deseerp Suetr. Appopriat Flura Tesa. ArtisM.4l,-tmespensie. Gude Brou. Ca., 1114 F Sireet Prempaw te w emneedes. ,D'S AUTO I DoiSOr-. MILLM3 3R06. 1403 0 02. Main Nefl. 14el 3 2 North 18e1. an ' t.lm N. 4L4 een. ~ FOUND. FOUND - HMALL BOLL OF MONEY mind Oenter Market: the earer identifying the game. Agpty at N. AUTH PROVISION 00. STAND. Center Maket. FOR NALE. WANTED TO EXCHANGE TOURING BODY of Oilumkmi. Sltader. in god eoaditio. for medstr bods; slip covr. Phone L i, the Omakmea. AU PdAML C NDER for Sarmg Carbo. esser emme capa and vire. Cracted erlan dm od almmm widg. COr.Eam z Nb @. o. I. m - 3*OR 3E33E. O ED CARS eiM aODM Tits, 0e. ne. 8; me bor. USI and SS; aerdal white chauSeutr. Phone Linenin 3. STAXLI NCOL S1 0 Meca ......... ..... . $ City ;opw .............................. -3, Sho g, par h u...................... 1.5 AUT REPAIRS. AN SERVICE, ANY RIE, ANY PLAC&. Antos of w mar e s d ae repired r bIc Frds fsed wlS yut wat. Stoae. 148 ROT MACKEY. S Wth at. s. Lamcola SW PRICE CAN FIX IT. WELDING OF ALL metal esal to new. Expert auto reiatting. Price's Amnn Regik Shop. WI N. Capitol. N. AUTOGENtOUts WELINO AND RADIATO! war. Fesi sepaired; erb. umose ;auto reuatring. *sdson-Bysd Co., Esea 1114 rLt. eeow HROKEm CAST MRON And other metab mbied by a-taganoa proamL WELD1T CO.. Wi N. J. ave. . Lim. 103 We buflM ftod oe and rosk eerfiersw FOR SALE-GARAGES. GET A GARACE TAT WILL OUTLMI any c minus this ma'he. to spwsmcm. dora H. B. I E am Bt. RomW Phon.r ' - ' MOVING, PACKING, STORING MOVING We fonsish lIr padded vam and careful men to handle ymur goods. PACEER8 of furniture. piarom. china bc a. brac, etc. Experiested men rnly. - IPPING to all parts of the world. STORAGE for furniture. pataos. and boom held soods. KRIEG'S EXPRESSe SAFETY FMS. ABSOLUTELY. IREPROOF STOMAGNK URM, 1 and up. lmoeg and Packing. UNITED BTATE STORAGE CO., 433-3 IM1 pt. ow. X. 4. Fee moving for over. mlEv. N. 2343, 3. 3244 . MITIE'S TRWBE 1 6TORAGE CO. O1 S. Wilht Pb. W. 6as, WANTED TO BUT. SEUXI DESCRIPTION. 81 le coka to entire bbrane. Mao M. PEARLMAN'S ROOK &aOr. Ri 4, &. aw. WEK BUY AND SELL F1I1VK. A trial is all we art. SHERMAN'S. 1163 fth . w.-1015 N. 7. ae. ow. Phow N. 3r. W 7CA.EL IN MY UNLETT jjj mobile, Cty or suMrbban, and pa) !u hghesi Praies for ladies", gtlemet's, hidrem's das carded clothing, of all daclrit.. Addres poltal or phone. I vul caln E. RICE IS Itl Vt. w. N. 11. JUNK' WARN. JUK CO.. 13th a-d D s. LIn. R WE WANuT JLUN. UNITED SUNK COMPANY, North m 1% W St. No. WILL CALL AND PAT 3.C PER HUNDRE1 1f new PIeES; PC for maaites. Hiwe. triR 1re all other hMa. AMERICAN JUNh CO., W Pa. se. m REFRIGERATORS. McCRAY REFRIGERATOR. And Ceeltag Reemas Are Unmequaled McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO. Ie buM to rdem) and repair NTEET N. W. . 4-. MONEY TO LOAN. IONET TO LOAN ON APNOVED IT real estate at lowest curenot rates; spec' mlrilegei with rearect to re teamenta rTYLER A RUTHERFORD, toe.. ? lch t. iONEY TO L IAN- t5 TO $5W." ON P c real estate. Several trust ifid, 41 tn 6 p. ceot. All tranadons etiot' with ecuwomr cal consideration for boroe. WMI. H. UNDERI. A .. Routhern Rki',ng. W ]5th at. na. WANTED-MONEY. IA)AN Ob 16.M soN tE:,Il-E.%E PRqrP erty rentng for M verlt; ear ttle refoesne furonifted: ---nnftoa Paid. Addr. ItOX IS. H erald offce. I CLAIRVOYANTS. t M 3. Away en 'sacton outl Octobger ZANCGS-P~im. ad AaMs~g.n IWorld-renowned PSYCHIC snd SEI.rt Adnae on all affair, of tlfe. ARE IOU WORRIED IN fD f-R uO TRtOtILE? Ia suer 11OM1 or RUISINEss in dan-e? I hae hep, 8iER-S an beltp U0l. Readligs. Ua SW 14TH tT. N W. (Ahave gEroj SPIRITUALISM. MRS. BROWNELL Csleoo.,soc Iawsuita, In home, separatiem. changei health, etc. tU Eye it. ow. Phone. K R. )IRECTORY ..E..CAR, UARlTRAM EL.ECTRIC II RAGU5 12W6-U N. S. a~ 2167- sINiSe. Phmones West 45 69. The new veteet rubbew. Natteemi UeialI6~pOn 130 ew TReeba . b a . cO... R~u ~ m. m "G" TI.AD TIRE-ARATIOR TIES and i E32 at TeL K. Miss 1621 34th it. Tel. 31. 450. . Gardyear Suemmatia, ''Rrhim b the Tisa." Phemi U. 38-e Vamts m , iv. US as L~ig S-a-"i"a Main seUT. S AUCTION SALRS. C. G. SLOAS ? 4'0.. Ider 4. WI. 3. W.. A?e.4-sanae. SAgS flP PERONAL F.PECT AD - U'4t14iCH~ldt GOODS FDb fTtjRAGE3 Notce , her wn. giee that me PATt-UDAT. Otoie 1r 13.9". at S: a. M-.. t oil t. t .t Pu. auc.4. - te taeom a roam . 1. 4. aoin & -o., 1w 4; St..et moalharbt. Waimbig ti!. I V. to f 1 ,e.144 fr .. orulag chage, Me.. , a"d t .i11 iad, all gende, bo ..ehold and I- r -. I :44ts mn tara Uif W. B. )1d. A k I. inca in the amme o A. F. (.rman. e4-oc13 W, B. most.- & SONS (r.). 'IMOS. J. oW3% &-0iA.m e TRUSTEES' PAIE (IV 1-AIrA~t.9 UNIM. PROVE) 1A)TS IN 1RANT PARE D. C. By, art.c.e a a c,'tain de.. of tr71r, dayt my'ended is Iber4. No. ,o f 14et . OP...? the land Tw-rds of 'h. AJFtrk-t of Co*M. sad at the r"que-t -f the paty set theeb.. 1.. nd'..d ,1- . ..]wim .at ,.d.he autkt r, 4In thie ofic .*I, . Th 3 . we.a n & ea. 1331 41 1 north= .,. T14,'DA . the tr a Of Oct.h. A it 19 . al 4 'loct r w... the 1dl 4 ing ne c.ihd ad std Woet3i's. fitote iu the ,a:w'- of Cohabta and doe r;sted a. awl b.cI, ,,: 1. 3, 4. aod A, a . &are .. f*- ne . , r, ' :. In G ant PSrk. a ui e t of .at "f h 'Ibriff estat, as .le m t t1Mn t o:-e U, of the Tirm Al 1 stA dr4.7..t of *I ,.eqoired at tm- of -aLe st44d t.. .ot..ae'r allowed Mft.e, ' ,car. at Scm - f s -. CLIR IN(E 3. DE VEIL. L A. ttITD. ar-'7-nel:09 4Tenete4 PROPOSALS. rug Pcl f.7 the 4 4,1. .4ist0e octete Int thes at th, ,ffk. .,f th C -. o - t -ArT,.. of the 1ted State-.nae el 12 ci aoo en the 4ITH IAY teF I'1TC-BErR,F19 tad -t that 4444 b ir tnd 40 t'I in'.'44 44 d thos d. , arewb e ''',I- ra.u Ferr t.,, Ma or l-., N-' 't4a .Ird shne ad. .4, hra este' 4- * gs r: 4.7 4n444 ten 4. n 4- I.et le am. host. ard44dC ri- '. - 0 --44 441.4 m-, or a.. ,no1!. . n.nw or l . V.t. hie .r1 4... 5 i0 )- l ,en h. 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In,,-M.r-.t.. 9;. to MN'., t G. 5%. and 9 ms mat n, weady for dehioes. La& tivestamnt made. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., Seether Building. 807 ISth St. 80ME AY AL H1"M: - ROif I%, NT A CABIN JOHN PARKI WT NOTrr TODAY? IF r*t. I ; , b -ated boolks and iun ta-tnlag about Ith,.e lttle &arm. sttratie b-me gift ld k al ,Ic-es so r si"te J. 0 TOMLINON. - 3-4 44theru Butkdtg T4i m ~B5USINES PPOTJNfl1 * I I M T. 1, Il4 il l 1t.I.~ 3 Ca .4. l444 1A:rc i ae aei '.44 ag It1H t44;4 : 7 . . 7' 4.44 4 9 A .n'r- i4 lY ' e We*H.tKIN4.ME3\ II \\1:. . \\I. i tr'me an .e tyda 4,1 .44 41 a 1144 4,4-h .i Ia m k hr. O . . . \ I- , 1 t, ngs ''4 reit. JI- I .34 - T4\4 I NOTECEs? At-tiflici tet mind .. ond-hand )ian,,d. and Jet bought. Louis Abrabaam Si 9 . op. Pat. Offie. DR. REED SPECIALIST 304 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 36 YEARS' I~*il'g; Neeusad 4,apca. Dama. or Me.s and psema.. Ne... Health to 1e. If 11e. gm Ph.. C~at4 rh obe,47. Ehe4.rasia C... Ithon Pue. 'Thrust, Lasn. Brats. Benmt. Blsi snd B1. 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