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TELLS OF PART
HOLLAND HAS
TAKEN IN WAR
Mile.Van Der Flier Recounts
Welcome Given 1,500,000
Belgian Refugees.
With a quaint Dutch accent that
made her story doubly interesting.
IIlie. H. A. C. Van Der Filar, daugh
tar of the court chaplain of the Neth
erlander told the etory of Holland'a
part in the war. at the Church of the
Covenant. yeeterday afternoon.
?One million, five hundred thousand
Belgian refugees have come into our
email country, only aa hi* ae the
State of New Jeraey." said Mile. Van
Der Flier.
"When I left Holland, there waa
very little bread and only two ounces
of meal could be had & week. But we
do not complain. We pray that our
country may not be destroyed as Bel
glum. We Dutch people will share
With the refugees the little bit of food
we have.
"Nearly all the Belgian children in
Holland are affected with the terri
ble diseaae of tuberculoais The death
rate is enormous. Some of these chil
dren lost father's or mother's hand
coming over to Holland and were sep
arated from them. 'When father
comes back we will no longer be hun
gry and cold/ they say?those whose
fathers were not killed."
Mile. Van Der Flieer is working with
a Dutch relief committee. A collec
tion was taken f or the Belgian
widow and orphana in Holland.
Dr. Chjtrlea Wood, pastor of the
Church of the Covenant, entertained
the Blue Devils. 106 strong, at dinner
in the chapel of the church yesterday,
after which they were taken in auto
mobiles to view the parks of the city.
Two of the blue-clad heroes who
speak English were to return In time
to speak at the afternoon servces,
but Dr. Wood explained that the at
tractions of the parks had evidently
detained them.
Speaking of them. Dr. Wood said:
"These Alpine chasseurs are not
fighting for glory?they are fighting
for their homes and families. Just as
we are."
Sly Shots at the Solons.
By THE OBSERVER.
The Indiana miners who ask the
Supreme Court for beer for fam
ily use this summer seem to con
fuse the executive and the judi
ciary. But there is a serious side
to their plea which should be given'
consideration somewhere in Hoosier-I
dom.
Senatdr Kenyon said, "Disguise |
the rivers and harbors bill as you I
will, the odor of pork hangs around
it still.*"
Are you in favor of another rev
enue bill? When you pay revenue to
your I'ncle Samuel the money is gone. ;
Wh"n you buy bonds you get it
back. See how liberal I'ncle Sam
has been thus far in the conflict?
We'll appreciate this some day.
Hurrah for revenue.
^ Mr. Creel's late experience should
be a guide to tho*e who aspire to
b<* statesmen, and a warning to
the people who have the duty of1
picking our statesmen. All in all,
the effect should be beneficial?upon j
everybody but Mr. CreeL
Old "Johnny" Towers, father of
Populism, is dead. But before he
panned away he had the extreme
pleasure of seeing an abundance of
Foptilistic doctrine accepted by the
m4jor political parties, so much
so. in fact, that the Populist party
did not need to live in order to ac
complish its end.
No one is likely to lose out in
eternity if he attended Sunday ball
games but did his full duty by man
kind. And, on the other hand, men
who stay away from Sunday games
are not apt to enter the Kingdomi
of Heaven wholly on that recom
mendation. Both points are worth
thinking about in the discussion
now going on.
This year the last crowd of Sen- |
ators to be chosen by the lcgisla-j
tures of their States faces the peo-i
pie, and from the people must get
their next commission. The dirfc
?election method is expected,
aver, to make no great
The dire^
;pected,
4m
e^i^^Wveral
Mr. Thompson, of
jhe limelisrht and there^P^^^veral
embers who feel that Democratic
chanees for a Senatorial victory in
Kansas have been enhanced by the
calcium. A reported Republican row
ftnds color to the hope, too.
Soldiers absent from the country
on foreign service want a hand in
the selection of the public officers
who serve them back home. That
is the statement of many soldiers'
already in France and many who'
are to go between now and the fall
elections.
Woman suffragists, so we were
nformed yesterday by one of their
umber, are not milking their prin
,_ial argument that they hope to
Jeve great things by their use
the ballot. They admit the men
ive done many worthy things, in
n-suffrage States, which have not'
t been done in suffrage States.,
Mr. Bryan has a# brother Charles
^ho wants to be 'governor of Ne-|
raska. He has just put out a plat
orm which provides for more things I
he Non-Partisan League wants than
ny other man who ever sought of-1
ice in the State.
Senator J. Ham Lewis will face:
ie people in Illinois this year. Six'
ars ago he was a compromise!
election for the Senate when thej
gislature failed to get together onl
y other candidate. But J. Ham's
lends "have faith. It is well, theyi
y.
Reports are that Ollie James Is
tting slightly better. His col
gues hope to have him back with
sn at an early date. The Ken
kian Is one of the really popu-j
members of Congress.
any a man has made the mis
of thinking that Majority
der Martin, of the Senate, was
easy-going, unobstrusive mem
He has "pep" and to spare,
you ever talk about him to
hers of the Democratic side?
is the week?come across
the Red Cross. It shouldn't
e anyone cross to do so. Re
be r the Red Cross is doing
"a for you.
Fire ia Gotfaenburf.
ton. May If.?A dispatch to
Exchange Telegraph from
nbagen .ays a great Are in
eaburs. Sweden. Thursday
. destroyed an entire quarter
e city. Several large ware
? containing grain, cellulose
burned.
Officers Fight in Black
Face to Dodge Snipers
\Vhite Leaders of Negro Infantry Were Tar
gets for Huns Until They Began to
"Make Up" with Burnt Cork.
Gentlemen, be seated t
Whit# efflcera of the Mth Infantry,
a negro regiment, formerly the Fif
teenth Infantry of the New York Na
tional Guard, now In service In
France, are having a "perfectly cork
ing" time according to a letter from
Lieut. Hamilton Fish, 2nd, to a
friend in this city. Lieut Fish aaya
the officers have to keep blacked up
while they are on duty to prevent
German snipers from picking them
off.
Burnt cork now Is considered one
JEANE1TE RANKIN
SPEAKS TO Y. W. C. A.
Will Address Business Women's
Council Thursday Evening.
Members of the T. W. C. A. have &
busy week ahead of them. A large
number of activities are scheduled, ac
cording to the program announced at
headquarters last night. One of the
most important events of the week
will be a meeting of the Business
Women's Council Tuesday night, at
which time Miss Jeannette Rankin.
Representative from Montana, is to
speak. The annual meeting of the as
sociation is to be held Friday.
Activities for the week are scheduled
as follows:
Monday, May 30: Luncheon of Prince
ton Chapter at Vacation Lodge; 3 p.
m., business meeting of Technical and
Business High School clubs; 5:30,
truck ride, starting from main build
ing; 6 p. m.. meeting of Delta Club; 7
p. m., meeting of Bible Class, subject.
"Beginnings of Christian Church b
p. m., meeting of Nurses' Club.
Tuesday, May 21?3 p. m., meetings
of two Patriotic League groups; 6
p. m., meeting and supper by Busi
ness Girls' Club; 5:30 to 6:30, supper
by Business Women's Council, fol
lowed at 7 p. m. by meeting of coun
cil, with address by Miss Jeanette
Rankin, Representative from Montana
(both supper and meeting being sched
uled to be held ir? New York Avenue
Presbyterian Church).
Wednesday, May p. m., meet
ing of Patriotic League Girls; 7 p.
m., meeting of South American Club
Committee; supper of Business Wom
en's Council executive committee at
Vacation Lodge.
Thursday, May 23?5:30 p. m., motor
truck ride for girls from Middle West
and Far West, starting from main
building; supper at Vacation Lodge
for Miss Burral's class and Naval
Reserve girls.
Friday, May 24: 10:30 a. m., meet
ing of heads of the chapters; Wilson
Normal School Friendship Club will
hold house paity at Vacation Lodge;
S p. m., meeting of New England
Club; 8 p. m.t annual meeting of Y.
W. C. A.
Saturday, May 25: Patriotic League
rally at Vacation Ix>dge in the after
noon; house party at Vacation L*oagc
by I. O. C. Club; 8 p. m., meeting of
"Near East" Club.
Sunday, May 26: 4 p. m., "At Home"
will be held for all strangers; 5 p. m.,
song service; 7 p. m., closing meeting
of Gallaudet Chapter.
X'nless otherwise designated meet
ings are to be held in the *nain iwilld
ing of the association. Fourteenth and
G streets northwest.
12-YEAR-OLD ARTIST
SHOWS KAISER DOWN
John SwoDf^^^^Efc the 12-year-old
son of i|^^^^^^McKee, assistant
clerk i^^^^^ffrtrlct Supreme Court,
is devl^pRf a high degree of talent
I for drPmig, leading his father to be
lieve that some day he will oecome a
noted cartoonist.
I The boy MMLn the seventh grade of
the Force school, on Massachusetts
avenue northwest, where his artistic
skill has attracted considerable at
tention.
His designs are original, and it Is
Mr. McKee's desire to cultivate his
taste for work of this character to
the fullest extent possible. Just now
^^^outh is competing for some of
I^^Hizes offered in connection with
S. cartoons, his latest effort
Pitting Uncle Sam standing as'ride
the prostrate form of the Kaiser with
uplifted sword, demanding that the
Hun ruler invest In W. S. 5- or suffer
the consequences.
From the looks of things, the Kaiser
would be willing to bury tne blood
stained dagger he is portrayed as
holding. The cartoon is entitled "Sic
Semper Tyrannis."
Sixty Hebrew Girls
Sell Carnations For
Zionist Relief Fond
Sixty of the prettiest Hebrew
girls of Washington, flower-laden
and smiling, braved the prospect of
freckles and sunburn yesterday to
stand on downtown street corners
and sell pink and white carnations
for the benefit of the Zionist nation
al fund to buy land in Palestine and
aid the sufferers of that country.
Purchasers dropped the payment
for their flowers Into bright blue
tin boxes bearing the shield of
David, and received a smile and
words of thanks. Proceeds are ex
pected to amount to four or five
hundred dollars.
Special credit for the success of
the flower sale is due to the Y. W.
H. A. Sociel Club, the Hebrew Home
for the Aged, and the Ahavos Zion.
To Exchange Prisoners.
Berne, May 19.?An agreement has
been reached here between German
and Italian commissioners in regard
to the exchange of ill and crippled
prisoners of war and the management
of prison camps, it will be submitted
for ratification of the two govern
ments.
Endorsed by Our Leading
Merchant*.
NELSONS
WASHINGTON
SUBURBAN
DIRECTORY
A beuw-tohoiu, caoTM. of JT adMcnit IM.
?nd V,. town, XOT raimd b? th. citj direc
tory. NOW ON 8ALE.
JUSTUS C. NELSON, fnWkher,
o( the moil Important parts of the
while officers' equipment and the
letter. It la understood, asked the
consignment be aent acroaa.
It was not until bulleta from the
snipers kept whistling about the heads
of the officers that the latter realised
a white target against a black back
ground waa enough to tempt even
an amateur sniper.
nettes* decided to become bru
I Lieut yiso says the negro troops
?? ?" !B ''""Wtant part of the battle
line and doing great work.
r. w. cj7endsyear
OF GREATEST WORK
Local Branch to Elect Officers at
Annual Meeting Thursday.
Directors are to be elected by mem
bers of the Y. w. C. A. Friday even
ing at 8 o clock, at the annual meet
ing in the main building, Fourteenth
and G streets northwest. Reports for
the flscsl year will be madt? and plans
for the current year discussed
The reports will show that the year
Just closed has been the most active
the association has ever had. while the
discussion of proposed activities for
the current year will anticipate a still
I greater twelve-months.
Nominees for the hoard of directors
| include the following, all active wom
en having national reputations for
their work along civic and philan
thropic lines:
Mrs. William Hamilton Bayly p**esi
dent of the y. w. c. A. of Washing
ton. Mrs. Robert I?ansing. Mrs. Fred
IE. Wright. Miss Mabel n. Thurston.
Mrs. Charl&s w. Richardson. Mrs
John New bold and Mrs. H. B. F Mac
farland.
The polls are to remain open from
U a. m. until 7:30 p. m. The list for
nominations has not yet been closed.
A proposed amendment to the by
v> be voted on. It provides
that the beginning of the association s
, h?cal year shall be January 1 instead
of May l.
YOUNGCHEVyCHASERS
I CROWN A MAY QUEEN
Children's Dance Is Feature of En
tertainment for Red Cross.
The crowning of the May Queen
was the feature of an entertainment
Riven by the ladies of North Chevy
Chase, for the benefit of the Re"
Cross, at the residence of Mrs. i:.
h. VaSH- "Ced?r Crest." North
Chevy Chase.
Children who acted In the May
pole dance and the crowning of the
-May Queen, with the parts the-,
took, are: Herald. Robert Push
>>ight. Elizabeth Van Auden; Eve
ning Star, Susanne Gerdine; Morrt
Star. Winifred Simpson; Sprin?.
Dorothy Van Auden: Summer. Elisa
beth Maderin; Autumn. Margaret
Dunlap; Winter. Anita Richardson:
Queen of the Flowers, Evelyn Leck
er; Queen of the May Delia Doug
las. of New York. The Mav Queen
was crowned by Thomas Gendine
feature dancing by Miss Bernice
Kinklay, songs and dances by John
Keane and Doris Keane. and rhyth
mic dances by the Misses Dollv
t?Iandner. Margaret and Elizabeth
[Goeman. Anna Hauser. Kathleen and
iMlfn" ??5?; and Ruth Mollneaux.
pupils of Miss Causerles' dancing
i school, completed the program.
WOMEN TRADE IUNION
WILL MEET TONIGHT
i The first evening meetinr of "Wom
en a Organization Week," under tue
auspices of the Women's Trade fnlon
League, of which Mrs. Gifford Pint-hot
is chairman, will be held tomeht at
Typographical Temple, especially tor
saleswomen. The speakers scheduled
are Isaac Oans, manager of Saks &
<-o.; Miss Mary Andersen. \ice chair
man of the Women's Trade Union
League, and Mrs. Rebecca Perry of
jthe Cigarmakers' Union. The subject
of this meeting, as of the entire
series. Is "Trade Unionism for Worn
cn?a War Measure."
The public is invited, and a special
invitation is extended to saleswomen.
LIBRARY TRAINING
CLASS OPENS JULY 8
I This course will cover a period ot
six months, but at the completion of
the first six weeks' work students
are eligible for appointment to Junior
clerical pos.tions. In order to secure
promotions the completion of tfte
course Is necessary.
A training class director is at the
library and will discuss details at
any time. Applications should be
filed not later than June 10.
Any person between the ages of In
and 35 years Is eligible for admission
to the class.
LECTURE ON MEXICO.
"Mexico. Today and Yesterday" wilt
be the subject of an Illustrated lec
ture by Mrs. Ada B. Talbot Thurs
day. in the hall of the Americas, Pan
Ameriean building.
'Pbilfcjdelpbld,
weJi\ut^ii}t,st
'five rMi\utes^7
VaJk frorr\R.d4i
itxxd st<*Ho!\s,tKe
BigShppo.thg?i
"Theaters. Culsirve
i
i
VAN WICKLE
BUYS SMITH
PIANO HOUSE
|WeU-Known Manager HaS
Solid Business Men
with Him.
! W. P. Van Wickle has purchased -the I
j stock of the F. G. Smith Piano Com- j
pany. and formed a ntw company to ,
be known as the Van Wickle Fiano
Company, composed of well known
Washington business men.
Mr. Van Wickle will be president of .
| the company.
The new company will continue to |
handle the Bradbury, Webster and
Whittier pianos, player and grand, as
manufacturers representatives; also
the Victor and Columbia talking ma
chines and records.
The present Bradbury building. 1217
F street, will be retained as the sales
rooms. No change will be made at
, this time in the sale force. Edwin K.
I Staley will be the treasurer and as
' sistant manager, and Charles Morrel
continue at Hales manager.
Mr. Van Wickle is widely known in
the National Capital, having represent
ed. lirst as manager and later as vice
president and manager, the F. G.
Smith's interests in Washington since
1X79, and through his efforts and large
acquaintance with men both in official
| end business life, the Bradbury Piano
I has been placed in the enviable posi
? ?ion it holds at the National Capital
? today. .
j Mr. Van Wickle has taken an active
I part in all inaugural celebrations as
chairman of the committee which
marked over 200 points of historical
interests in the District of Columbia;
w.-s secretary of the Admiral Dewey
nlcbration, also secretary of the cen-j
.? nnial committee which commemorat
ed the establishment of the seat of
-overnment in the District of Colum
bia December 12. 1900.
Mr. Van Wickle is a member of the
Hoard of Trade. Columbia Historical
Society, National Geographic Society.
. 4'olumbia Country Club, and is a
! Mason, a member of La Fayette lodge.
; Mt. Vernon Chapter, and Washington ,
Commandery.
The Board of Education of the Dis
trict of Columbia in the last five years
has purchased over fifty Bradbury, |
Webster and Whittier pianos for use
in the Public Schools of Washington, j
through Mr. Van Wickle's personal ,
efforts, and he considers this the best
testimonial possible as to the dur- |
ability of the pianos he handles.
Boston Editor to Give
Lecture at University
"The Poofs Outlook on Life" will
be the topic of a talk to be delivered,
by Denis A. McCarthy, Boston pub
licist and editor, in McMahon Hall,
Catholic University, tomorrow eve
ning at 8 o'clock. Mr. McCarthy
will read extensively from his own
verse in describing the peculiar life
perspective of the bard, and will
give interpolations on his subject as
he developer his theme. The public
is invited to attend.
Borrowi from Japanese.
Peking, May 19.?It Is stated on ap
pnrently good authority that the man
agement of the Chinese Eastern Kail
way has mortgeged the section of its
railroad between Chang Chun and
Harbin, in Manchuria, to Japanese
bankers. The amount of the mortgage
could not be ascertained.
RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY, >. J.
ir r
'ATLANTIC ClTY^to^fF (
, HIWJJMI*
Appeals?
to cultivated, interesting people
seeking rest and rccreation at the
seashore. Hospitable?homelike j
?modern in every particular. 10- '
story, fire-proof. Wonderful surf
bathing. All sports and pastimes. j
Golf and yacht club privilege.
I ALT AYS OPEN - AMERICAN PLA* :
The Leeds company
| On thm Btach and the Boardwalk
TT^AYMORE.ATLAjmccmr
lvjRLDS GREATEST HOTEL SUCCESS
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
j America's Famous All-Year Resort
AEBrmr park, bt. j.
A9BURY PARK
The ides! resort combining ocean, lakes and
country. Waits Publicity Bureau, Boardwalk,
I Asbnry Park, M. J.
WILD WOOD, W. J.
HOTEL DAYTON
Opt* AD Tear.
St?a* Mat, rnnaia? water, private MtM.
iM.* C9 wwkly; |UI as Mr
a>.
u:mii IjtiN
?
BUY IT AT
And Get Big Substantial Savings
On All Your Drug Store Needs
Monday and Tuesday Bargains at Both Stores
Rochelle Sails,
4 ounces
Tincture Iodine,
2 ounces
Tincture Green Soap,
3 ounces
Spirits Niter,
3 ounces
Flaxseed Meal,
16 ounces
20-Mule
Team
Borax
1-pound
Orlfflnnl
I'ackaar.
10c
15c
25c
25c
25c
15c
Essence Peppermint,
25c
Strychnine Tablets,
strength, 10 in 1 A
bottle ljJC
Spirits Camphor,
3-oz. bottle
25c
Cascara Tablets; chocolate
coated; Extract Cascara is an
excellent laxative for use in
habitual constipation;
100 in bottle
25c
Quinine Pills; gela
tine coated; 100 in bot
tie OjC
Kidney Plasters, (or lame
back and all kidney 1 Q
complaints 1?/(.
Camphorated Oil, for stiff
joints and muscles; 4- OT
oz. bottle mvC
Rexall Cold Tablets; cures a
cold in 24 hours; bet- 0|"
tcr than quinine LuC
Granular Effervescent Phos
phate Soda; an exceedingly
valuable laxative and purga
tive medicine; pleasant OA
to take; J4 lb. bottle..
Aromatic Spirits Ammonia,
for sick headaches and
nervousness; 3-oz bot- AT
ties LOC
Glycerine Rose Water, with
Benzoin, for chapped,
rough skin; 4-oz. bot- 1A
tie. liJC
Tinct. Arnica, for sprains
and bruises; 2-oz. bot- Af
tie ., ZOC
Castor Oil; best quality; a
good remedy to have in
the house; 4-oz. bot- 1 A
tie iyc
Toilet Articles
Violet Dulce Talcum. The
best Violet Talcum we AP
sell LDC
50c Derma
Viva
Mavis
Talcum
25c Anica
Cream
35c Pompeian Night
Cream
50c Pompeian Mas
sage Cream
50c
Nonspi
Peroxide Cream, best
for chapped skin
25c
Mum
50c Nadinola
Cream
50c Malvina
Cream
50c Pond's Extract
Face Powder ..
50c Labi ache
Face Powder ..
35c
25c
21c
32c
39c
39c
15c
21c
39c
39c
39c
39c
25c Sanitol Face
Powder
25c Woodbury's
Face Powder
50c La Dorin Com
pact Powder
60c Djer-Kiss Face
Powder
50c Viola
Cream
50c Milkweed
Cream
Wanous* Shampoo
Bags, 10c; 3 for....
35c D & R. Cold
Cream
25c D. & R. Cold
Cream
25c Woodburv't
Facial Cream
Jergen's Benzoin and
Almond Cream
50c Sempre
Giovine
30c Forhan's
Paste
50c Forhan's
Paste
21c
20c
39c
59c
39c
39c
25c
32c
21c
20c
29c
49c
25c
42c
Take
E. Z.
Tablets
Tonight
and
You'll Fee! Better Tomorrow.
100 Little Chocolate Tablets,
25c
A Pure Household Remedy Blirgoline
| Milk of Magnesia
Freshly and Carefully Prepared
as a Month Wash
?It i* of great value in correct- 1
ing and neutralizing the Acid
buccal accretion*, protecting tho
teeth from pro mature decay. It
is also an efficient corrective for ?
acidity of the atomach.
Why pay r?0c for a rmall l?ot- J
tie when you can buy a OCkA i
pint bottle here for ?Uy J
American Mineral Oil. For
constipation, intestinal indi
gestion and autointoxication.
Pint Bottles
at
44c
Calomel
Tablets,
any strength
100 in
bottle,
15c
Blaud's
Iron Pills
for the
blood, 100
in bottle,
15c
Ivory
Soap,
6c
America
Alarm
Clocks,
98c
Take
Hall's
Cherry
Expectorant t
for that deep-seated
cough. Guaranteed to
cure coughs, colds an !j
bronchitis.
25c and 50c {
the Bottle
35c Armour's Bouil
lon Cubes
Bromo Seltzer, 10c,
20c, 38c and.'
25c Munyon's Paw
Paw Pills
23c
85c
39c
27c
25c
78c
$1.00 H. K. Wam
pole's Tasteless C. L.
Oil
$1.00 Steam's Wine
C. L Chi
73c
85c
Horlick's Malted ft ft
Milk, hospital size. V?5aUU
Tyree's Antiseptic OT
Powder OwC
Welch's Grape Juice,
pints, 23c; quart*.... TvC
$1.00 Sana
togen.
50c Armour's Extract
Beef
35c Steero Beef
Cubes
Usoiine Russian White Min
eral Oil, pint r A
bottle DUC
Quart cans, 90c.
30c
Musterole.
25c Vick's
Salve
$ 1.00 Gude's
Peptomangan...
25c Beecham's
Pills
25c Carter's
Tea
25c H. H. H.
Liniment
I Oil
Nujol, Mineral
25c Kondon's
Catarrh Jelly ..
25c Munyon's
Remedies
Alophen Pills; Parke, Davis
& Co.; 100 in bot- JA
tie 49 c
Squibb's California
Mineral Oil
25c
! Lysol ,
50c
Lysol
23c
23c
$1.00
Lysol ..
50c Wampole's
Formalid
89c
35c Wampole's
Formalid
25c Red Cross- Q1
Kidney Plaster mIC
20c
25c Tiz, for tender
i feet
25c Allen's Foot
I Ease
20c
59c
23c
23c
85c
23c
45c
85c
49c
29c
23c
23c
25c Rexall Foot
Powder
25c Kohler's OO
Headache Powders.... uwv
21c
25c White Cross
Foot Powder
19c
19c
25c Schenck's
Pills
20c
Lion
Brand
Castile
Soap,
large bars,
23c
Rexall
Cream of
Almond,
for Rough
Skin and
Sunburn,
35c
Lux
Pure Soap,
12c
Diamond
Dyes,
all shades,
3 for 25c
MOST VARIED CIGAR VALUES IN THE WORLD
Don Urbana
Sc PETIT DI CS
7 for 25c. 91.69 Box of
A Rich Manila Clanr.
La Constancia
Sc PAVBTBLA9
7 for 25e 91.75 Rax of
Made In the Philippine*.
Donna Roma
10c PnlrrtM Cat to Sc Strnlgkt.
iti.so box of so.
Mild Havana Blend.
Myriana
COMMODORES
6 for 2!k>. 92.00 Rax of I
A Porta Rico Rlunt Cigar.
F. Garcia & Bros.
SMOKERS
5c?? for 25e. 92.00 Box of I
Tampa Mm4m Havana Cigar.
Royal Emblem
Sr llovana Smoker..
yl.OO Tin of 15.
Mnde In Key Wnt
Havana-American Factory.
La Preferencia
10c Concha, alac
Cat to 2 for 15c. *3.50 Box of SO
Broad Leaf Havana Ctjir.
Del Cado
lOr Coronas or Perfectaa
Cat to 2 for 15c. Kt.SO Dox of SO.
An Ha\ann Itlcnd Cigar Made bj
The <ifRr Yallr Factory.
Fatima
91.00 Slae Tin Maw S5e.
Newport Gob
PEREECTOS
Br?6 far 25c.
*2j00 Box af 54).
A stood Doneaflr Cigar.
Water Lily
Fatima
15c I'arkaxc of !?.
tl.SS Carton of 13 Packam.
Chesterfield
20 In Pncknice 15c 2 far 25c.
91-50 Car tan af 12 Package*.
Gold Seal
CMS A K KTTB8
21) far ISr.
A hlend af High Grade Tahaeraa.
CIGARETTE*.
SO far 15e. 91.25 ? art on af 20?i
A hlend af domeatle and Orlentn
Tah
Soft*
PERSIAN CIGARETTE*,
la la Pnrknge.
5 Pnckngea for 25c
?56?
Hl*b irradc 25c TnrkUta Claorotte
Cal to 3?c packasc af la.

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