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! ALEXANDRIA
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rut UKKALD BUREAU.
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ZS Kh* Str??t
Alexandria, Aug. 14.?The condition
of Lewis Hollar, who was stabbed
last night while near the corner cf
King and Columbus streets. Is rapidly
improving. The police ar-i looking for
a man whom they say is named L.
M. Reed, alias Jack Reeves. Up to
the present time, however, they have
been unable to find any trace of
Reed.
Services in observance of the Feast
of the Assumption will be held tomor
row morning at St. Mary's Catholic
Church. Hasse* will be celebrated at
6, 7 and 8 o'clock.
Capt. Louis N. Duffey, who has
been overseas since June. 1918, has
sailed for home, according to a ca
blegram Just received by his par
ents. Capt. Duffey has been in the
military service since October, 1917.
Mrs. Mary Alice Davis. 74 years
old, died Wednesday at her home,
412 Queen street. She was the wid
ow of W. H. Davis and is survived
by two daughters. Mrs. Jefferson
Beach and Miss Maggie Davis. Her
funeral will take place at 5 o'clock
Friday afternoon from Wheatley*s
mortuary chapel, and services will
be conducted by Rev. G. J- Hill,
pastor of the Methodist Protest;?nt
Church.
Arthur D. Lyles. for many years
a resident of this city, and more re
cently of Martinsburg, W. Va., and
Miss Lelia K. Brown. Martinsburg,
W. Va.. were married in Hagers
town. Md., yesterday.
A dance will be given at 9 o'clock
Saturday night by the ladies' aux
ilary of the Old Dominion Boat Club,
at its clubhouse, on the river front.
The funeral of Frederick Her
furth. little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hugo Herfurth. jf., will take place
at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon fr*m
his parents' residence. 606 Queen
street.
TWO-YEAR NAVY YARD
APPROPRIATION ASKED
A special appropriation of 515.000,000
for the ship repairs which will keep
navy yard forces at full strep^th. will
be asked of Congress next week by
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Roosevelt, he announced yesterday.
The appropriation will be used almost
entirely for repairs to navy combat
ships of all classes.
Enough repa-r work is needed, Roose
velt said, to keep the navy yards run
ning full strength for two years.
700 Bags Hoarded Sugar
Seized by Chicago Police
Chicago. Aug 1?.?First steps in
the government's campaiem againr-t
hoarders and profiteers were to be
taken here today in the seizure of
700 bacs of sutrar. said to be stored
In the Central Sugar Company's
warehouses at Rockford. 111., where
it was alleged, the company had
been selling its stock at 14*2 cents
a pound.
This action was announced by
Henry II. Rolapp. head of the sugar
distribution committee of the Food
Administration, following receipt of
Instructions from Attorney General
Palmar.
Million to Aid Red Cross.
T? t?ring into action the most
trough organization possible for
its forthcoming campaign for m<>m
b*?r< a nd funds, the American Red
Cross yesterday issued a call for
1 000 000 volunteer workers to par
ticipate in the third Red Cross roll
call. which will toe held November 1
to 11.
Fake S. 0. S. Says Ships Collide.
New York. Auk H.-The United
State* Naval < "ommunication Service
Bureau, which today received report
of a colision between the steamers
Point Judith and the John Bluroer.
later announced the report was based
on a fake wireless SOS message
nicked up bv the Sandy Hook oper
ators. Neither steamer had left this
port.
Hoarded Sugar Seized.
Birmingham. Ala.. Au*. 14.?Writ of
seizure for JSS barrels of sugar held
bv the Heber Company here was is
sued by Federal Judge W. L Grubb
late today. , ^ ..
It was alleged in the writ that the
company was holding the sugar Ille
gally. the *S barrels beln~ in excess
of its requirement.
Eight Firms Indicted as Trusts.
Toledo. O.. -Aug. It?Eight food con
cerns. including the Rock Island But
ter Company, were indicted here to
day by a county Jury on the charge
of violating the State anti-trust law
by fixing a minimum price on oleomar
garine.
100,000 Have Joined Army.
The "rtrst hundred thousand" of the
recruits asked for the permanent
Regular Army have volunteered, the
?War Department announced yester
day. Enlistments are continuing at
a rate of more than 4.000 a week.
Gompert Sails Aug. 18.
Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, will
mil from Europe August 1? on the
liner George Washington, arriving at
York August ?7. it was announced
at the A. F. of L. yesterday.
Camp Upton to Be Discontinued.
Camp Upton. New York, will be dis
continued as a general demobilization
center August 17. although special cas
ual emphasis will be still demobilized
there, the War Department announced
yesterday.
Lassiter Commands Camp Bragg.
Maj. Gen. William Lassiter has been
appointed to command Camp Bragg.
Q the War Department announced.
Bridge Loneer in Summer.
In the heat <>( summer, owing to
expansion, a steel bridge, is appre
ciably longer than it is In the winter,
and at various times of the year it
may be longer on one side than on
the other
TOOTH ACHE Stopped
In One Minute
I By Columbia Dentists. (Inc.)
NO PAIH
, Examinations. Consultations,
and Extractions?No Charge.
Prices: Gold Crowns. $5.00,
$6.00, S7.00?-Fillings. $1.00 Ujxj
Coinmbta Dentists, (Inc.)
403 9th St N. W.
Ot?t Strand Theater.
'J
HUNGARIAN PREMIER
sst?i?hea/ f=&/?zy?/ch
! Budapest.?Eight years a machinist
| in America, Stephen Friedrich is now
the new premier of Hungary. He has
, been appointed by Archduke Joseph,
whose assumption of the governor
ship of Hungary is \iewed with di?
. trust in allied circles.
HOUSE SEEKS REPORT
ON MOONEY ACTIVITIES
The House yesterday passed a reso
lution of Representative Blanton, Tex
as. asking for more information re
garding the activities of John B. Dens
more, special Department of I.*abor in
vestigator, in the case of Thomas J.
| Mooney, convicted of bomb throwing
? at a preparedness parade at San Fran
' CiSCO.
The resolution asks copies of all In
structions sent by Secretary of L*abor
Wilson to Densmore in his investiga
, tion.
ATHLETIC MEET AND
FEED FEATURE PICNIC
A "regular feed" and athletic con
j tests featured an excursion to
(Chesapeake Beach yesterday of tn??
Women's Union of the Bureau of
Engraving and Printing. Fifty
: wounded Yanks of Walter Reea
Hospital were guests.
Winners in the contests were:
Egg race. Miss Minnie Beyer: 100
yard da>h for men, William Kirby:
three-legged race for boys. Alex
ander Gregor and Fred Sanderson;
peanut race for girls, Margaret
Kirby: fat women's race. Miss Cor
inne Frazier: thin women's race.
Miss Sara Siegel: soldiers' race.
Robert Obry. Walter Reed Hospital.
Medical Detachment.
Anti-Profiteer Bill
Adopted in Britain
j Iy>ndon, Aug. II.?Great Britain dealt
a body blow to prospective profiteers
at dawn today, when, sitting as a
I committee of the whole since 4 o'clock
| yesterday afternoon, the house of
commons passed the bill against prof
! Peering. The bill was passed at 5:47
o'clock.
j The hill includes several amend
| ments. One provides for the prosecu
j tion of directors of corporations, with
a penalty of three months' imprison
, ment and a tine of $1,000. Another,
j aiming at combines, empowers the
i board of trade to make investigations
' at any time and fix maximum price*.
The amendments also provide for the
establishment of a central costs de
partment and the admittance of wom
en to membership in the local food
Prists tribunals.
Chicago Strikers to Return.
Chicago, Aug. 14.?Delegates repre
, senting 25.000 railroad shopmen of the
Chicago district voted today to end
( the strike which for more than a week
. has tied up repair work in railroad
| shops and crippled every railroad en
tering Chicago. The vote to return
to work was almost unanimous.
Asks Relief Fund Report.
A detailed report of the President's
expenditure of the $100,000,000 fund for
famine relief in Europe, was asked
yesterday by Chairman Good in a
resolution of the House Appropriation
Committee.
ORDERS ARBITRATION
IN B. R. T. STRIKE
Brooklyn, Aug. 14.?In a letter to
Frederick P. Royce, general manager
for the B. R. T., In the absence ot
Receiver Lindley M. Garrison, Federal
Judge Julius M. Noyer directed that
Mr. Royce proceed immediately with
the arbitration arrangements under
the arbitrament reached last Satur
day. when it was decided that if the
Amalgamated could show that at mid
night of August 8 it had more than
half of the B. R. T. workers as mem
bers, Receiver Garrison would treat
with his men by arbitration in regard
to the demands for 75 cents an hour,
I an eight-hour day and reinstatement
of men alleged to have been discharg
j ed for union activities. Just when the
arbitrators will get together has not
I been determined. #
I A meeting of employes of the In
' terborough to discusg the situation
j arising from the demands that the
I union be recognied has been called
I by the union leaders for tomorrow
j night at Labor Lyceum, 86th street,
| Manhattan. Recognition of the union
I is to be the principal demand.
Packers May Appear
Before Ohio Court
I
Cleveland, Aug. 14.?"Those high
est in authority" of Swift & Co.,
Morris & Co., Armour & Co., and
Wilson & Co., four of the big Chi
cago packers, will be summoned to
testify before the grand Jury in
j vestigating the price of foods here
unless managers of the local
branches provide the desired in
j formation. County Prosecutor Docr
fler said today.
MILLIONS DAMAGE
IN DELAWARE STORM
! Wilmington. Del.. Aug. 14.?Lashed
j by a sixty-mile gale and pounded by
cloudbursts late yesterday and last
1 night, Delaware today resembled a
, devastated battlefield, trees uproot
( **d by the thousands, the ground in
' the rural sections covered with half
ripe fruit, and the fields of growing
; crops destroyed. The storm was the
worst in the history of the State,
the losses totallnp milions.
Two lives are known to have been
lost in the terrific wind that lashed
the waters of the Delaware Bay and
river, they being: members of a crew
; on a barge owned by the Maryland
Dredging Company, that was lost
in the bay.
Tomato growers from one end of
the State report that their crops Are
: ruined and the canneries will. In all
probability, have to close, throwing
, thousands out of employment.
Gompers Too Reserved
French Labor Protests
Paris Aug 14.?American labor is
too conservative. In the view of Eu
ropean workers.
Speaking of Samuel Gompers. presi
dent of the American Federation of
Labor, Jean Longuet. French deputy
and pan-European labor leader, said
today:
"Gompers Is too conservative. W?
are unable to reach common grounds
for action. I find him entirely out of
. sympathy with our cause."
The wide pulf separating the ideas,
aim?, plans and methods of American
and European labor so clearly em
. phasized at the recent International
conference in Amsterdam, has been
even more clearly demonstrated since
Gompers came to Paris.
Business Women to Meet
The Business Women's Council of
the Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation. which meets at the Church of
the Covenant, will have a musical''
this evening at 7:30. Miss Kathleen
McNair. of Detroit, an understudy of
Fritzi Scheff. will sing, accompanied
by Mrs. Israel.
Victor Kerney. concert mandolin
player, will render selections on the
mandolin.
Super-Bolsheviks in Control.
Super-Bolsheviki are coming into
[ power in Russia, according to dis
patches here today. These advices.
! received in official circles, indicate
I that the present Soviet regime is
; weakening, while even more radical
j groups are getting control.
Offered You This Week During Our
Retiring from Business Sale
Indestructo
TRUNKS
Sold Above $75
At 25% off
TRUNKS
BRIEF CASES
TRAVELING BAGS
SUIT CASES
BEADED BAGS
REDUCED
20%
OFF REGULAR PRICES
MILITARY BRUSHES
MAIL BAGS
PICTURE FRAMES
IVORY GOODS
JEWEL CASES
CLOCKS
REDUCED
25%
THE ORIGINAL
TOPHAMS
1219 F Street N. W.
Note the Address
FEDERAL EMPLOYES
ASK HIGHER BONUS
Declaring the S240 bonus granted by
Congress to Federal employes had
been inadequate to meet the increased
cost of living, the executive committee
of the Federal Employes Union, No.
2. last night adopted resolutions ask
ing for an additional bonus.
The committee urged ail members of
the union, now numbering over 26,000,
j to report any case of profiteering com
ing to their attention.
N. Y. Officials Unite
To Oust Profiteer
New York, Aug. 14.?Federal.
State and city officials were com
bining their forces today in the
drive against profiteers and food
hoarders.
Arthus Williams, Federal Food
j Administrator, announced he had
learned of 2,000 tons of sugar held
! by a New York dealer which had
I been offered for sale at 12% cents
j a pound. Eleven cents is regarded
I as the maximum retail price. Sec
! ret Service aprents have been de
tailed to investigate.
Pension Examiner Named Notary.
Wayne W. Cordell, examiner of
the committee on pensions of the
House, has been appointed a notary
public by President Wilson for the
convenience of the committee and
others on the second floor of the
House Office Building. Mr. Cordell
is an expert on the pension commit
tee. He has to coin phrases for
each individual pension case.
MERCURY TOBOGGANS
BUT RELIEF IS NEAR
Twenty-thrae above the f reeling
point was the lowest temperature re
cofdd by the Weathtr Bureau during
the recent cool wave. In other words,
had the mercury gone down 23 degrees
lover, Washington could have experi
enced a summer snowstorm, with ice.
Blankets were in order last night but
the weather man says the recent
chillness will be succeeded by more
soaeonable weather.
Preceding the cool spell the moon,
which has long been the barometer of
the farmer, presented a weird appear- j
ance. The orb of night shone dimly I
through a dense mist, having the ap- i
pears nee of a very much subdued au-|
tomobile headlight. It was what rural j
weether forecasters terra a "blanketed I
moon," and they Bay it portends cold '
and sometimes very stormy conditions. I
Home Service is Active.
The "home service" of the Ameri
can Red Cross assisted 392,789 fami-j
lies of soldiers and sailors in the
month of May, according to reports
from slightly more than half of the
3.628 home service sections in vari
ous .parts of the country, it was an
nounced here last night. Complete
reports would increase this total to
well over 500,000.
Labor Lecture Monday.
The last of the Monday evening
lectures under the auspices of the
Washington Union Labor locals will
be held Monday evening at the Pub
lic Library at 8:15 o'clock. Mrs.
Annie Riley Hale and Dr. William J.
Simpson will be the princpal speak
ers.
IT'S MOVING DAY FOR
COURT PARAPHERNALIA
"Moving day" is in full blast at
the courthouse.
The law library has been carefully
boxed and transported to the re
modeled courthouse. ?
Valuable papers, upon which the
outcome of many a case hangs, have
been tied up. sealed with a govern
ment seal, and sent on their Journey.
The Ordnance Department is keep
ing pace with moving business,
sending its paraphernalia in as fast
as the court records and flies are
moved out.
The Ordnance Department has al
ready taken possession of Criminal
Court No. 1, and the Angers of the
typists are busy in the room where
murderers have been sentenced to
be hanged.
Army Bill is Considered.
It will take three trained soldiers to
train one new recruit under the War
Department's proposed universal mil
itary training J>ill. if the training pe
riod is limited~to three months. Lieut.
Gen. Robert L. Dullard, commander
of the second American army in
France, told the Senate Military Af
fairs Committee yesterday.
; Bullard suggested that the commit
tee provide that the 6GO.OOO young men
I who under the bill are to get three
j months training annually be sent to
i ramp at four different periods during
, the year.
Billion in Army Insurance.
Insurance awards made to relative*
of soldiers, sailors and Marines, killed
in the war. passed the 51,000.000.00"
i mark yesterday, the War Risk Insur
I ance Bureau announced.
SIMPLE SERVICE
FOR STEEL KING
L-eno*. Mail., Aug. 14.?The body of
Andrew Carnegie wag borne through
the Berkshire Hills he loved to well
for the last time today.
Banked high with flowers, hit coffin
taken over the mountains of Massa
chuaett* and into Hillsdale where a
special train of one car was waltiar
to bear It to Weepy Hollow, a shor#
distance from Tarry town, N. T. Car
negie's funeral this morning was sim
ple. There were about forty person
at Shadow Brook when Dr. W?n. Pier
son Merr.ll, pastor of the Brick Pres
byterian Church. New York, began the
service.
Felt Hat
Bsv
. to Brodt's?have it com
ring pletelv remade by hat
XT /\< j manufacturers. You will
lOUr Uld be surprised at the NEW
hat that will be ready for
you when you come back.
We clean, reblock, and re finish your old hat so it really
seems new. Bring yours in
Before theSeptemberRush
It's wise economy to have your old hats made over. New
hats are going to cost MONEY this fall.
Brodt's I-41911th St
Opposite Evening Star
25c Lyon's
Tooth
Powder,
Sale Price,
17c
$1.00 Nujol
Mineral
Oil,
Sale Price,
73c
$1.00
Glyco
Thymoline,
Sale Price,
76c
Prophylactic Tooth
Brushes
Three-row bristle, 29c
Four-row bristle, 35c
$1.00
Lirterine,
Sale Price,
63c
Ko'ynos
Tooth Parte,
Sale Price,
18c
Cubcora
Soap,
Sale Price,
18c
Reiinol
Ointment,
Sale Prices,
Small, 36c
Large, 72c
Lysol,
Sale Prices,
Small, 18c
Medium, 36c
Large, 69c
Squibbs' Liquid
Petroleum,
Pint size,
Sale Price,
63c
Sal Hepatica,
Sale Prices,
Small, 19c
Medium, 37c
Large, 74c
Code's
Pepto
Mangan,
Sale Price,"
81c
Ja*a Rice
Powder,
50c size,
Sale Price,
31c
La Blache
Face Powder,
65c size,
Sale Price,
39c
. Babcock's
Butterfly Talc,
25c size,
Sale Price,
17c
Mennen's
Sharing Cream,
50c size,
Sale Price,
31c
Doan's Kidney
Pffls,
60c size.
Sale Price,
44c
Mennen's
Borated Talc,
25c size,
Sale Price,
17c
Cuticura
Ointment,
Sale Prices,
Small, 19c
Medium, 37c
Large, 76c
Mulsified
Cocoannt
Oil Shampoo,
50c ?ize,
Sale Price,
32c
MUM,
25c size,
Sale Price,
17c
Sale of
\RUG
STOCK
<HW 1107 G STREET N. W.
THESE PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE THE WAR TAX NO PHONE OR HAIL ORDERS
In taking over the Atkinaoo Drug Store, Tbe People's Drag Stores are clearing out tbe
Atkinson stock at attention-compelling savings. We have rJso contributed gecerou?ly from
oar own wareboases to make the Atkinson stock complete in every department Anything
yoa can want from a drag store you can get in this sale at very much worth-while savings.
Popular Toilet Articles
25c Adorable Cold C ream.
2-oc jfirB, 2 dot In ?tock.
SaJn price ***"
10c Exora Nafl Polirh Sticks,
2 do*. In stock. Sale price. . . . Oe
50c PiiAf Powder Books,
doth-bound, whits or flesh
colors: 2 do*, in stock. SaJe
prioe
25c Heoe' Rouice. 3 do*. 1*
stock. Rale price
10c Air Float Fare Powder.
1U doc. In stock- 9*Js price. ?*
Porylopsis Fare Powder.
2 do*. In stock. Sale price. . ?*
25c Narajo Face Powder. 8
do*. In stock. Sale price ITe
&Oc Delljcht Kiss Face Pow
d< r 2 dor in stock. Sale price
75c Garden of Allah Face
Powder. 1 do*, hi stock. Sale
price ... 0?r
25c Rxo Deodorant Cream, Lb
tubes, 6 do*, in stock. Sale
price ? ?
10c Bei-Bon Complexion
Cloth, 2 do*. In stock. Sale
price
75c Stearns Supreme Liquid
Shampoo. 1 do*. In stock. Sale
price - ?
50c McK. and R. Cocoannt
Oil Shampoo, 12 do*, tn stock
Ba1? price , . ...J?e
20c Cocoanut Oil, l-oi. Jara,
6 do*, in stock. Bale price He
40c McK. and R. Bar Rum.
4-oa. bottle. .Sale price
*-oc bottles. Sale price. .
10c Transparent Glycerine
Soap, 6 do* in stock. Sale
price ?*
10c Peroxide Bath Soap. 1
Ifross in stock. Sale price. . . ??
15c Stanley's Camphor Ioe.
in tubes. 10 do*, in stock. Sale
price
10c Century Stvptlc Pencils,
6 do*, tn stock. Sale prioe. . . . 4e
10c Air Float Talc. 1 cross
In stock. Saie prlo?. fe
10c Fullers Earth. 4-oc box.
10 do*. In stock. Sale price. .. 5e
25c Norwich Dental O^iun,
? do*, in stork Sale price... 17c
25c Stearns' Suprema Dental
Cream. 4 do*, in stock. Sale
price 17e
50c Chlor-E Denta Tooth
Paste. 1 iroe* In stock. Sale
price ZN
25c liquid Prophytoi. a safe
mouth wash. 6 do* in stock
bale price ik
55c Williams' Baby Soap,
with cloth. 9 do*, in stock.
Sale price z*c
10c Kemmo Soap. 200 cakes
In i*tocC- Sale price 8c
50c ^lilk of cucumbers, b\
do*, to stock. Sale price... 2?r
25c McK. aud K. Cold Cream,
tuoes, 6 do*, in slock. Saie
price i*r
75c Wood's Dipilatory. 3 do*
Ll slock. Sale price 4tc
25c JfcUcaya Cream, new use.
2 yross in stock. Sale price 16*
?Oc EUcaya Face Powder. 22
do*, in stock. Saie price. . .
50c Djer Kiss Kouge, 12 do*
la stock. Sale price 3*r
50c Isabel Caasidy Cream.
7%i do* in stock. Sale price
10c Peroxide Toilet Soaps,
14 So*. Ln stock. Sale price,
tsike 4 for...
10c Lucerine Rose Bath
Glycerine Soap, 10 do* in
ftock. Sale price. cake 7e; 4
for ?
29c Smelllaf Salts. ? doc ln
stock. Saie price
60c Chlorox Tooth Paste, ?
So*. In stock. bSLle price.. ?r
16c Crobiaco foj rough skin.
3S? doc ln stocx. ?>aie
price
16c Chap pa, 4 doc in stock.
5sUe price ltc
60c Marinello Face Powder,
9V? doc in stock. Sale price,
tk
60c Rem? to Depilatory, 4
ioc ln stock. Bale price.. SS-r
50c MascsLro. t doa. Jjj stock.
Sale price S6r
Sundries
12c
$1.19
S1.29
v 69c
79c
Atkinson's Standard Preparations
Syrup V? kite Pine and Tar;
In stock. Sale
12 d
price
20c StomaoA sua Liver PLlls
dolen hn sux-C.
15c
10c
^ 1/*w Caacara comoouod T*bi<?u?;
Hink-le luruuus; l?o ua oottie, "1
y dozes In stoofc prtom. A**'
2$c jty ixjnuat Tooth P?awdar. 5
gxoss ux acock. Sale
price
14K. Month**
10 doaen in stock. S
price. ?
li>c Corn File*; ?
stock. Sale price .....
11.00 Syrup Hypophospnites camp,
pint ai*e, Z doaen ia atook.
dale price VirV
75c Quinine and 8a*e Hair Tonic;
t doaen m stock. Saie
5c
6c
35c
price ?
11.00 Extract SsirMparUla Com
pound, with lodidea; pint siae.
1 doc in stock. Sale prioe. . wv
50c Dyspepaia Re mody; 1V? OOp
do*en in stock. Sale prioe.
11.00 Wine, Cod LJvor OH. with
11.00 Beef. Iron and Wine, pint
"rT* 1 *roM m mtoc^L- Sa1c
26c Larkspur Lotion. 2-oc bottles,
14 dosen ln stock. Sals 1H
Price 1/C
25c Voronique AlnaonS Cream
tion, 4-oc bottles, t doc la 1
stock. Sale price JLtJC
lie Sanitary Fluid, a aafs dis
esifoctire, 1-oc bottles, f doc 17-*
ks stock. SeOe price llC
15c Lilac Lotion. 1 -ec bottlee.
1 rroas ln stock. Sale "l ^
price 1 i)C
6#c Ef f. Sodium Phosphate, %
lb.; 12 doaen In Mock. Sale OA.
piice OTv
t5c Throat Pastilles, 40 in bot
tie; 2 doc In stock. Sale
26c Brown Mixture and'Ammonia
rx>zeapes; 8 do*, in stock. 1
Sale price Iwv
25c Borated Talc, pound boxes. ?
dozen in stock. Sale 1 P.
price -Lc/V
pint
Sale
59c
Malt and Wild Cherry;
size, 3 do*en in stock.
prioe
50c Taateleaa Chill Tonic; 1 OA.
dosen in stock. Sale prioe. .
fl.OO Female To?xkr 13-oc
bottles; 4 doten tn stock. Sale
non-rreasy;
price.
60c Violet Cerate,
large jars; 7 domee m stock
Sale price...
29c
for iore, lired, Aching Feet
wrde;
15^
20^
. It
union
16*
25c Golden Relief Foot Powder;
6 dozen in stock.
Sale price
25o Tiz; doz. in stock.
Sale price
35c Freezone; 7 dozen in
stock.K Sale price
15c Acorn Corn Salve: 6
doz. In stock. Sale price...
25c Blue Jay Corn or Bunion
Plasters; 6 doz In stock.
Sale price
35c Gets-lt. Removes Corns or;
Bunions; 4 doz. In stock. 99>
Sale price
Reliable Patent Medicines
BOr Kid-KoOfcU Tablets, an
excellent preparation for all
forms of kidney complaints; 2
dosen ln stock. Sale price. . Mr
25c Nerro Headache Liquid;
6 dosen ln stock. Sale price. 1?*
50c Steam's Milk Ma?~neela;
8 os. bottles; 4 dozen In stock
Sale price 2+r
25c Dr. Hobson's Soothing
Syrup; 3 do*en in rtock. Sale
price 16c
10c Niohols' Sulphur and
Cream Tartar Tablets; 0 dosen
ln stock. Sale price Be
26c Stearn's Charcoal and
Mint Tablets; 6 doc in stock.
Sale price 1W
25c Norwich Analiresique
Balm; 8 dozen ln stock. Sale
price . 17e
25c Warner's Antiseptic Pas
tllloe (Seller's formula); 5 doc
la stock. Sale price ii?
25c Tyres's Antiseptic Pow
der; 12 do?n in stock. Sale
price 15*
25c Cu-Mor Catarrh Jelly
6 dosen in stock. Sale price 15<
25c Armour's Beef Cub*?s: 3
dozen in stock. Sale price. . . lPr
10c Cascsrcts: 7 dozen in
?tock. Sale price. 7e
25c Carter's Liver P.lis; 12
dosen In stock Ssle price , lie
25c Harlem Oil Capsules, 5
dosen in stock Sale price. 15<
60c size; 4 dozen in stock
Sale price 5?c
25c Humphrey's Rem^ies.
rross ln stock. Sale price JPc
1100 H. S. Wampole s Cod
Liver Oil; 3 groes In stock
Ssle Prioe Of
25c Simmons' Llrer Regult
tor Herb: 2 dozen in stock
Sale price 15c
15c Capslc Petroleum Jelly;
? dosen ln stock. Sale price 10*
25c Witch Haael Salve; 0
dosen ln stock. Sale price. . 15*
25c Laxative Coid Tablets:
7 dozen In stock. Sale price.. 12e
11.50 Vv n.ic 'nkTei<ng Shaving
Brushes, ** dozen in stock J* 1 i(i
Sale price ci.#!*/
25c Metal Trench Mirrors lor
camp; lfe dosen in stock.
S&le price...
25c Aluminum Salt Shakers: 13
dosen in stock. Sale t Q/?
price JLOv
25c Aluminum Pepper Shakero.
Vj dosen in stock. Sale -| O
price. ... 1OV
25c Powder Puff Boxes; 1 "1 Hp
dozen in stock. Sale price.. 1 I V
S2 00 R&zor Strop?, "F^Uagrlp
cushion;" \ dozen in stock QQ
Sale price tt) 1 ?0%7
11.00 Can\-aa Money Belts. |Qp
^4 doc in stock, bale price. tx%7C
12.00 Shading Mirrors. ^
dot in stock. Sale price
12.00 Shav.u* Mirrors. 1-5
do*, in stock. Sale price. .
61.00 Traveling Cases.
do**n in stock. Sale price.
(1 25 Traveling -ase*.
dosea ln stock. Sale price.
25c Soap 2 dozen in t n
stock. 6al< . llC
55c So*;. . .a, %, dosen in 4Q.
stock. Sal-j t.rice
|l.uu tn;** (ovaij; ? y.
do*cu in sio^a. o4<e pi,ce .
? ?.oii bain lirua^M,
haaiuies, pure ur.sue, i-c qu
m stuca. o*.e prioe. W.7C
24.uu W 41.le ciocce; % Q
doLeA in ktoct. oale price.
?I>c .Nev-u jjr^K u>miis, Uiic ?uia
coejse teeui, 1 gross iu stock, in.
Saie price 1 Jl
25c Pocket Combs; 5 dosen 1 rj
ln stock. Sale pr.oe 1 < C
20.00 Military lialr Brushes, eb
ony backs, pure bristle, ^4 ^4 4 q
dosen in stock. Sale price
25c Metal Tooth Brush Holders
Z dozen in stock. Sale 1
price IDC
25c White Tooth Brash Holder*.
6 dosen in stock. SsJe -l r_
Price ; 1OC
6c Orange Wood SUcks. first qua',
ity; 3 gross m stock. Sale -| A.
price, 3 for ll/C
60c Nickel Soap Boxes; 6 QA
1 dozen in stock. SsJe price. OvrC
15c Aluminum Soap Boxes, 6 o _
dosen in stock. Sale price. . OC
12.00 Fleni'.ng P.azor Stropper and
Honer; will snarpen any kind cf
safety blade, l Vt duzen ir r>Q
stock. Sale price... .
12.00 Multi-blade Safety Raxor:
j 7 12 dosen ln stock Sale
| Pr25c Rod Croat
, dozen in stock.
| price
23 00 Kenner's Slyde-Stroke Stror
per. ^4 dosen in stock. Sale 4Q
! price.. . . . ...
H1& Cushion Razor Hcn^ ,
! 1-5 doc tn stock. Sale price
22.00 OrlfTon's Antomatir
j Stropper. 16 dozen in stock
1 Sale price ?
05c Griffon s Corn Raz->r.
\ dorrin stock. Sale prlc*
50c I>ose Clocks. 1 deser. Q
i in stock. Sale price.
Safety Rasors. ^
17c
79c
ilee
;:.i9
49c
35c
Sloan's
Liniment.
60c ?ize,
Salt Price.
37c
Castoria.
35c tire,
Sale Price,
22c
Woodbury's
Facial Soap,
SaJe Price,
16c
Ph'lipi' Milk
Magnesia.
50c size,
Sale Price,
32c
Pinkkam's
Vegetable
Compound
Sale Price.
78c
Mentholatum.
50c size,
Sale Price,
31c
Resinol
Soap,
Sale Price.
18c
Horlick'r
Malted Milk.
$1.00 size.
Sale Price,
68c
Nuxated
Iroa.
$1.00 size.
Sale Price,
67c
Lapactic
Pills,
100 in bottle.
Sale Price,
23c
Danderine
Ha:x Tonic.
Sale Pricer,
Small. 21c
Medium. 36c
Large, 69c
Pepsodont
Tooth Paste,
50c size.
Sale Price,
32c
D & R
Cold Cream.
50c size,
Sale Price,
33c
Packer's
Tar Soap,
25c cakes,
Sale Price,
17c
Fellow's
Syrup,
$1.50 size, ^
98c
California
Fig Syrup,
50c size,
Sale Price,
35c
$5.00 Gillette
Safety Razor*.
AO complete.
Sale Price,
$3.19
Herpicide Hair Tonic,
$1.00 size,
Sale price, 72c.
Hind's Honey
and Almond
Cream,
50c size,
Sale Price,
32c
Babcock't
Corylopsis
Talc,
Sale Price,
12c
Pluto
Water,
Larfe size.
27c

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