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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON. MONDAY ........... ..... .. .... Jane Is. ISMB r--- Y - - - -- - IROmSI 0. NOTES.... .... ......de. fUE ETENIM~ 0TAE ba a regular ad persames ete.Iatieu t Wein ageea thre asmes larger sha that of a" samyer paper in beektv. As a Borad XEWie paper meAd. veretatag e* 3h&.a. ae eeewtdee. The aanounremeat In Tu Pran Paturday tat the Secretary of the Trinoery had directed the payment of the Rock Creek Park purchase mner in compliance with the requisition of the park commasionere gave public notice of the happy ending of a long and most remarks hi. controvery. The park amevement was one ser to the hearts of the people Of the Distris and approved by the people of the country. who had an interest in any -er that preeised to add so much to the attactiveness ot the empital and to preserve it from the evil that mast follow tSeneveraioa of hek creek into an open owr, whieh uas threatened by the rapid go .ef the City. The projeet waited for Yantis ft eef.i.e a sowe .pproval of the lawmmaer., at bemuset objeetion to the plea, but om aecount of disagreemeins as to the chaoer and eteet of the par to he acquired. Frem the very st~t over aquarter of a esmsiry age the preot met the fare, at an the emese of tS geerameat tamediately interested. In bet it wi bet propemed and arged by eseere of the natiem government mad eommittees of Cemgresm, and not by ruuidents of te DistrIat. It was not. however. until within a hew yews ht the wrgent need of providing fer the pre testion of Rock creek, in the Interest of the healtb of the capital, became so apparen as to arose new intereet in the park movemenat and to hasten bagblation. Tzz Evuxwo SrAa re vived public interest In the memsure and viger enly urged prompt and liberal action by Con gre... Citiens committees were appointed and they. supported in every step by Tun fran, kept the matter before Congrers until the final pinag of the Rock Creek Park act in September, 190. The measure received at omes the approral of the President. who pramptly appointed the commisesioers charged with the management of the proceedings neces sory to sequire pomeaina of the park, so that the project so long delayed might be quickly emeerid into execution. So one dreamed then at te law's delav. or 4f the long fight that the comistn would have to carry on before the will of the people and of Congres could be made effective. The opposition represented but few ndividual. Tho were not satisfed with the Sam. award-d for their properties. By the em ployment of the meat inrenioa pleas and subile sophiatries and every dilatory memaure Pane tioned by law. they succeeded In deferring the execution of the plan and almost exhausted the patience of the pnbHic. Even after the approval at the courts of the country had been added to that of Congress and the President.the obstruo tionistaeneceeded in casingotill further delay by means of delusive statements intended for efect in Congrea& The comminissioners. however, west steadilr forward in their work. To their seal ad fidelity to the task imposed upon them the public owes much. A mere perfunctory discharge of their duties would not have suf Seed to have gained the park. They gave to th acecomplishment of their work an enthut - which never sagged and a vigor which made defeat impossible. When the people tkhe peoession of the park they will hold in grateful remmabrance the citizens' comnittee wh seetred the legislatIon, the champious 41 the park project in Congress. the President whie sympty and =ppet did much toard. es accomplihmet of the plan, and lest bo net INW the comm ieer% to wheoe faithful atteetis to the work iutrwuted to them and able managemeat of the emae the danl achieve. altis mainay due, The bend at amore ay find ame ena alte in the WSct that their valuationn eem to he aheat a medium betweea those of the ps@egety Owners. who ebject to tO asasement W te hg, and those ol Representative Job sea, who objects to them in too low. After all what to most desired in the assessment is eqmchty. and whether the a Mer, have etruek e210y the right figre or not, provided they aem aar t, is not of so much importanse f theyhavesmaeeded in equalizing .emment. 90me iteresting informatio on the subject wl he found in a statement esewhere from Mr. W. C. Dodge. His figure. make a somewhat eartling showing respecting Mr. Johnson's re quiet, which Mr. Dodge says, if granted. would ake the aggregate ae-ased value of Dim Irlet property greater than that of the property in many of the staes of the Uion. - --* -4 The near approach of the democratic con Veantien brings to the front the "views" of Tam manY as to the renomination of Mr. Cleveland. The bigger boses. including Croker, Coehran and (rant, declare that i nominated at Chicago the ex-President woulM Acentre the vote at TamR amaay, but some of the samaller chiefeprediet de. feat undecr his leadership. Mr. Murphy, chair man of the state committee, only says that he doe. not think Cleveland will he nominated. The fact ha clear that Taanany im opposed to his candidacy at p.resent, whaterer maay be the ease hereafter, and with Tamnmany Hall are somme o~her NIew Yiork democrat. T he ama.s meetings yesterday at the First Preebvterian atrd the Conagregational cehee in aid of the movement to stimualate ceeee sueal action in the matter of the owemilelimit will doobim hare efect. 'Tat tepeople of the District expect the law to be what it professes to be is perflectly evident. The liquor trame has eamieut field elsewhere than in the nih borhood of the tholdiers' Homne. It isdepriv ing nobody of his righte, and merl gitng the orerly part of the community theirs. to re strict the trame am the framera of the law in teaded, but, it seem., failed to do. While our local legislature to sheut it, the law relating to the male of liquor to minersought tobeme .-ndd ate pevet the male by welemlel. which is pomible under the defective peasains of the law.. The mase plomber. who mast here tesiser sew hare much to do with the coamfort and msfty of the people living in tewens and citiee. If the plumb-e is good the health goeod, ana vise wama The -ibr ae abe mseet ether natisa =."oci-aa newadaye--they' know that es ecpta of the republic is the beet plae for holdig their annul e.k The ezpinnation et the &irtih governmeut'a draypig the local governamot bill for Ireland dfter es mn the second readn by a good ameriter, is the very de-i-e opposities to the mae, both ia the unIene and conservative amka. It really miess to be. m-c-key to tahe up abifllbe thie es the eveieta gneral elee Sm ealy to ly it dewn a. It is an exih6 Oma of weal-.- oaly wrated by tes lear Qa itspinmge neu, if gaMeM would stl meer weaken the party's held. The Irs appeased to he as- itle piemed with thelcal gemamat ulDh. the gesenumest party. nhe tea blunder quite. as oh is demaamtie Seem a they amert the lhemis de ea tuteraalme e te eemng-peban.. ot the am- have bae about ashe==s.d with reternme to en -pme Reed. the vime prie.u..imi ...aLda. weeg esempmstive repes. it is estiaed that Amerlean temrs opead -ee WAUSam min stelp amenuay. 1~The hld have had some alight inf----. ha sihm Bedi bset hin toward -m ( ndeemt seem in the lemdesmed p me p...peet ot a d---e-me im in ifM~ e her Veeld's Ua pinepiss if Ma, Ma'e enem to th -ns tht.i is a goe seeMm to ahkin ha. The biss at Pomm W=. is esaa to selk a hamt M emaneln ha samaa "Gom .1 _Sr S A~~mo u-rn, * -AT PLEnRY7:S: wwwy -b cc S- sm Woem- bew as Oe4 -lo M~eMybj ON&~t swpomm hoe the eaNo 1A wamveve sodae mpws imbmmm Iet Id e" fetwih am 00 " bw am to bm tlfGqwt. s svww, omb egsuii e. O haon iSA bsstudtmm W Tdbe gral at Rm - d .wmebom oreu Pm wha SOW~e qGV@W4k. a" W&t IbOU .the= th ywl e~ y T"mUd 1"-n 0a ie awlginal gOaftso em tabs aw ms a" mh tird am a.d- %IV"Wa o Ma @be&&I phes boym Sy &O- thew barhbi Wbom w~4e Him ova w am's adil mpy nota.Tmm ~h 40.(tW m Ahte ..Tm ~ Tbu , MMee Taby saw Immb Gode. aw sohmeooisluiy. The .erl "oa come the betsm cbmmnoif hawt eem to I your lkla-Ahowth 20l ad fth yeUwm w choise one% mmd sou wil be smui la their a a. mall I A=D TMl ATTIUK" F" MMV V ul Dowr LxAvE Tim Cm. _You CAs PREVzNT A"D - Cm ITAT 1oNML - Rifle 0 tohn twr reigcm - thb orme eaz t SREAT *L0 I' RdFL LINEN SAL "A L"L ATTI RIN : GMEAT CHANCe To SAVE Momr. IMPa~n ' AxNuA. CLUanAlecE SAIE. TABI.E LNENs To BE SAcRmE. NEE Op MOB= F.wE AN ImPonTEI Or LI... &c. TO UNWAD HI.STOM af Table Id. Nap". Table c s. D.,.... T,.l, 01o0. 2..." c..... Tate--tet. acla. Freneb Dammk Towels. German Rusa Towels. Lines Crashes Striped and checked Toweling. &c.. at a eeriaee. oing an unprece dented opportuniy ir propelisera of HOTELS. BOARDING MOUSSa, EESTAURANTS. CAFEBS, EATING HOUSES. Antl housekeepers generally to lay in a supply of Table Linens to last for some time to come. We are placing the stock in share today and the sale will poel tively begin TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 14. Only at the New York avenue store (not F at. store). We secured these goods to draw a crowd at the Rink, where we are cloping nut our entire surplus stook of Furniture preparatory to building on this site. OTIcE ABOUT 'OTING. We have eoucluded to have voting for the Four Trips to the World's Fair (next May) tothe most popular Min ister. School Teacher. Policeman and Fireman at both of our stores-the 13th an-I F st. store and the New York ave nue Rink. near 13th. Sealed ballot boxes for voting. Everybody can vote ones a day. Not neressary to buy a ent's worth. as voting iA.f. to all. JULIUS LANSBUEGH. Run. N. Y. AV. NE.& 13T. Cos. 13 T AND F ST.. N.W. A. KAUrWAW. - PA AVE N.W 0UONT131VATION SALZ 119 OUR REMNANT DEPARTMENT. .. .................... ....................... . . NDIA LINrxS.Z .e hih ........... ... . ...................... FO Rc t5C. Black Satin Strpes India Linen, wide ad onarrw effects. ' or the mune youne 1) daleewos 20c.................... ---.12C 1C. Jones ea Plaid India lines In 9D0 frn tDeffects. For the same you pay elsewhere 3 Lc................... .... . 40. 2Fl.'ay.h.tle.. 12V F..me~ pa,e upy ehere H........1 Sc. 20C 36-inch Finie Shecer India ULnen. runin in le2gthsnof" M 10 '"and 1yaris. For .he sme you pay .lewhere tW .............C 251-e.Ighof .6.10. 2 y=r F iq I hie sme. you pay;- b~rer-25 ......' C I BLACK SATIS... 3C. Fast Black 1stine. i 5ins.nle.":m................ 10. ~O.Raven Black atine.ft telbrt 20 Mer brand. i short lens..'15 C. Paris Satin*. Hearletta Inish, in short 25 leugth s . . .................. O . 35C. :"uime "..t"...".r'''"25c. 3G5N..A.... --GclrX0I[uAM.ai*'-c C. ""nha "s|eau|ful Plaid Dress Ginghams.0 m lethso . 10 and 12 yards ............ DCGnbae eautiful. Plain Plaid* ndl 12" llesa .. a"a 2 k C. inhams bee ltuuisyle. made, on ( 15 e. cleoth *eft running In J'2C. f2entaof l 1 andl yarda.................... AC. Oing S beutiful- Bedford cord BoiLstes "Napla'""dshxusi " styles . n 2 e t 12k........... 2C. Giughame. Scotch, a perfect 12k 5. rds"opatten'a'ingFinlen'ths''" pseyeswhere..er ... .............8c on pay else here Nny r5Btite f T0aalonalhiw ida ore-frt'r." same 15Os '2".%e..a Dr9dats e Sc f youn Gray here~. 1 Be 1. naewa D-nch EpisrFrn a Ast wie8n to rn ant and... ..... .:.e ts......... ..2 Lung OOL Sortglnghsm...........SC t e alo oc.tnsSrp 1C. Tard-wn's PrSeond thAesSoto. LorhnaaeuayPrins..w... re........O40. 14ra........... ' eas Sejt T4 | MZ ut ofB teE emu e. 7 Epe lesta esewbeib 1. 3OC. we C =a ........P... of t. ............ ..... 2'L mes P1wes~~ -SWEET 16, valmoote -~aru -t - weoba NM.. AMM I a.. m ofe .f but r he ma..h.d Sm hr.. psa.tet .~ my e Emee e t ever NmO"s a* " IIW t zmmw m~ a nmiOn . irw e t. ..4- th.. %bo jvagd S.hdabgota sao mmi a WIh mak.otew pste.efwe bs evih..t .p WeoiMAt t me ~ seemh t@ muawltiom With hom"e 2..od. a bo. puiu..-.ur W". dm a.. proe .t h.m e " sha te faftll..arw " t 4. cm A..04 to.ne .f ..ir .upgaifi.fm cP..ftor. we .m...d r mornin A TwE. DAiw ANIvzESAar SAI. Te.m. oe.f. tayited t .a 2" tow .dvAtag. co.mt". follo wtng redti..: LADIEW BooTm. 14.00....-..u,... ,,es E R..4-t1r B Aste. .. I. d . V.! . >... $ 3 .6 Ha-usrn lumit. and P.t.at ipped E.tt.. oot. two t ........ ..... $2.60 P3.50 .... i.. S.D,,, Ts.,$.6 n~ud t L.a ......$2.6 13.00... .3 diferet .tyles A.. Mand-welt Dongol. But ton U.t.....................$2.60 2.50 .... H..d.,.,. reather..e,,hbt B ut t o.a, e-mme.-e.. .r ope. ape.Witp -....$2.25 2.00 .... Pop., Boy.1 Eid Butto. and Ia" Boots. opera tso. coan twe or Commo. ...., tip or plain........... 80 31.75... .LA.n.e'nD.e,.ae. Ible Butto and Laced; 4 %tyls, .pring heel. low or high he.................$1.35 LADIEM LOW SHOES. $2.00 AND 2.50.... a. G.. t rap "Upper. .r OfOrd Tie. with lea.ter r.....re ...............$1.40 $2.00 ......d. OzfordTkmand... dala. Oray. T.n.r lao..$1.40 2.00 ....Whnmod T. Had-we. Pat.nt =i, Of ...$1.70 $1.40.... l.r ne Doma Hand-turned Oford T1.. a .....................$1.15 5.........nui.. D.o.a Os.o Ti... broad we ad opera .pp&.................... .. 70c GENTS. SROE. 0.00.... -. ..... ..s made. French c"lf. bu.. t... l.ceor gitm........--$4.25 p4.00 .... Cei and-made mu.... ad Kangaroo --urea da.do..m..ot..$2.80 2.50.... ... .. .. Leather Blucher L...d shi.........................$180 1.75.. KagarE Calf Low-out Str&. .4 fwdn...... $1.40 ]0TV DEPARTMENT. 2.50.... .,. a.. outh.' m. . Ea.... aced Boo.. bos' heeled. youti.' dam prim eeL...........$1.80 $1.50 ...Yont.' fd.a.tructibl. Vea 0.f~~to .d ..d-..$1.15 W0c........ B..and Touth.' Rubbar Dottim Teunt ............25c MISSEW AND CHILD'S SROES. ............................$1.40 $ 1.40....xbe....oyl., i Pat..t Tip Bu.on.ot........$1.15 $2.50... .x... Fn..t clot.,o Pat-nto-rtar Bu.t.... $1.80 $ 1.50....Child' . Eda.t In. t......a.Stile.- . $1.20 p2.00... Lather $1.. WTHESE REDUCED PRICES HOLD GOOD ONLY TILL OLO)B ING TIME WEDNESDAY NIGHT -AND ARE-ONLY ON THE 3pE CIAL ITEMS HERE MEN TIONED. WWW M M I.. H Ah i MN N W W 3M M... U H A AM MEHNUN RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES. mo AND EM7EST., 1914 AND 1916 PA. AvE.. it 2BI PA. AYE.8. E. [OLCvECEATING ,IB0 ETIE. loate. te d.,b wcnehimbe LONDOMN D3AZ' A R 115 MA===T SPAOE. Another Me st av BAan SUIT. Aahoersiner In SATIN WAIT. Amodhr *t In PAIAgOM As~ reeUamtint MILLIET. Another ineeshmat t er UMU A DEPAKT. WENT. Amothr aos... Is.. ,a 0613og=n. Another ruiemdma In Pw FLOWER DEPART xrn. AaN. -aet u E ,E . D E T Another mk dom TEIMMn MATS. Asote bargan is RIBBOR. AIL RAT* TRIMED r REE OF FC FrI i E 'm 00 : 1[lA RE :" E AA g I. A. 8TIEBEL. It Propretor. W. A. PIERCE & Co.. - 719 MARKET SPACE. COR. VI ST. AND PUENA. AVE. T.r MUST Go. BuT Tn.. IN SEASoN. OUR STOCK O SUMMER ERWEAR Is very large and as we hav.ed largely to it by r eent Pumbhdr we ave mmore than we can ery0we XUST ULAD. &Q~sth I r uto B YOUR SUMER - D BARGAIN PRICES. You will neer LAI4 w ibd ihhg e Mroveob~ave t0e mke TOMJMtJ.CTUrn rnrg SPLEDID AIS NTCU ExY ON T O 1 BV TA T ou' LE FmnsEr V EM or LADIES. SU ribbed, with aE and Ion Ievq They ane en extu o~ Cat r T "c.. but you . VEST FOR D ON TEN TEER ArDIS SWISS .D EXTRA Q ALIT PIN orBLUE VI eu raf ren n eseves. Regular prime. X SR T sbAY oNLY LADro PR SPOOL LKT 0 lk). k MTT.II n..h.eee." RIR LIU..INR CT.ON PI.Ux. Aom Osuar prc'1W.ITEJ GroZD LA" A' 13 IEDGIA DRAWthS aC cthe AST RI COTTON e Warop*_FOR TUESDAY ONLY IE LAN. ExTI am "A DRAW404"3 "or A K = In ZCR orm wit r LIS o oo.seZrglal "C PiTrESDAT ONL o e 47c. PAIR. The abce given yon only a few hints of the ma sgl lNmI ndrerta we PLUM FWHT Ou WRITE O5C DPARTME. IC NLAC Swiss. With EmROIO tnh LCK SWISS. with EMBROID ERED WHITE DOT. AGOUicBLACK INDIA IXNN, ith BLACK p7-n.T BLACK LA'WN with BLACK DOT. 7Inch gAST BLACK LACE TRIP -AS . YLAWN . BLACK~ CHECK LAWN. WEITE SWISS. with BLACK DOT. W wih SAL r AC DOT. MOWN IST f goos @* regularly for 2 AL aOD o2e. yard. U C CAN TAKE YOUR CHOICE TUNS DAY FOR le. YARD. 12EC. ITE LACE LAWN F 5c. Y ARD. We will oiftrATESDAY ONE LOT OF trCEATB D.LACE PLAID LAWN in different PATTRNS in PURE WHITE. Relar . 12 end .1. yard. FOE TU8Diio c.-YAR D.C@ A NW COTTON DRESS FABRIC. We have lust rceived an ARMORTMENT of the )EW DS ARIC lled CHEV AJAR CLOTH." It is Mnches wide . BUthe NEWEST COLORINn end FIGURES. It is USUALLY SOLD for 2(k. yard. OUR PRIC. WILL BE do1 5nC.YARD. W.E ACE FOR C ORGNDESAN POINaaT PACEC la1nrle Co. SECI.ALd PIC. 7 ad. J-nh*PIN AI LC o ah abne Re~u-la priee SPEILPRC: Woc r d.t# A .......-..5 .ys 2.neIdi *~m PITa Di PAIK"ea LhA sptar e pne. ty- SPCA .FI. ... 0. y so.. Re...ar... .e. SECA PRIE sels.es SPend, ALt PR.. E. sa. Whesr yn Regula PrC54Ot SPECIALas iC e. aho-...Reglar ri,.o. SPECIAL 0..LO WIT PAR BTT NSE. Eg M"KNEW S D AILY LETTE L E. "I"Tm Same WMN.Mse oa e..y Usiet...r..Met W.ot.. n..er . AerMesis. a. PAA R0L uoc T $1.68. Tomorrow marming we will eder a let of Silk Pareaela in plain abad et GoOy. TMs A Made. a a vartety at fane ip, imey bor d4e bc. Parasois which sd for . 49M., W.75and S Chase etfas Set *4.g. FAN.. -We have ru os a ..,e , I,0. Japanese, Open ran. fancy decoration and plain Black. worth18 and 9.; entw de. fe-s. SUNK=a HAND QO,.No..-1adi. and Klm'r Tafeta oak Gioves. Toms Grems Modes and Black onely 25k. per pair. Ladies' Black Silk Mitts,. only 21e. per pair. SUMXZ. UND.W]aR...A otber hum died daoms at thasn eszolent swims anasl vast.. fest amnahd mend the mask under the eacheted edge. neek rum wth ribbon. V Mad suarse mask. in White and Ea. same pre nly Mie.; woth Us. SILK HO.-W. hav.sered do.s Ladu- Black Fine Quality .f Alnik N.w (regular 42. 5quality). at a prie which OR ables s to ofer them at $1.38 per pair. C layMrSar.-r adtes. White SAColored Chemisets standing and turn-down clm., mec. and =0c. Chenisete St; colarm. with CaEs to math. 75e. WINDSOR SCARFS.-It will pa you to kip all the othar etar and come her for Wind soy Ties. We have just bought 10 domes China, Japanese and Surab olk Scarts in a half hundred or more patterns, light, medium and dark, at 25c. each. Poorer ones have sold for as much as S7%c. and 50c. rWO SPECIAL IN LADr... WAIST. ladie' Sateen Shirt Waist.. Black and Bavy Blue round, with White hairline stuipes. e duced from 01 to S. lade' Chambray Shirt Watets.Pink. Medium Blue and lavender ground, with white polka dots. Only $1each. MOzz B mza Sur..-sti tey come, more and more of them every day. The variety Is now greater than it has been for some time. Ladle.' Blaaer Suits. Bl ack and Navy. SL0, Sl&50and 21. Remember. our suits have the fbmeji% rolu blazer coat. whiah is the only style that fit perfectly, showsof the waist to paeclloa and that hangs gracefully. WILLIAM H. MCKNEW. i 933 PA. Avz. N.W. FF L 00 W w W L 0 0 WWWW Lit t j 0 0 WWWW aU L 0 0 WWWWR R r TT 00 W W 3E= a a g A~ AEE RiS A A LLLLL RI )Sj If P M DDR EOCC PP.i" 1 D 3E 000 LLLL II P 3 II _ _ You remetber how the Store w packed with buyers during our reent Flower Sle. when we ofered a nuther at bargain. and gave away 3.000 Plants. Roses and otber Flowers. We propose to have another Sl tomorrow, and while we will not give away Sowers, we will ofer greater bargains than we did that day. If we charge you the regular pricem they would still be excellent values. 50. ladles' Black Al-0Ilk Mitts...................e Oc. Ladies' Fine Gauge Fast Black Hoes...........190 3c. White Lisle Gloves........... ........Ie .5c. Parl Color Lisle Gloves................ .......e Ow. Iadie' All-elk Gloves. all colors..............31c Me. Fine Muslin Drawees wide hem................3le lIe. ExIeA Stie All-linen Towels.....................11W %!. Silefa, all shadee............................7.1 oe. Nurses' Extra Size lawn Aprons...............16e &0e. faney Berthas. for blazer coats................ S LSc. Windsor Silk Searts, new sheade................ Pe ;lc. Muslin Corset Covers..............................e 5ic. Ladies' Straw Belt..............................le Sc.Colored-bordered All-linen Table Covers.6-d..5 0 l1c. Childrens Fast Black Home. 5 to 09mek..... nc .1 Me. Boys' Outing Shirts.............................16. Bc. Children's Drawers, 3 rows tucks..............le 65. Children's and Mise=' Aprons..................25e 10- Children's Gingham Aprons....................:ic MM MM ERE N X N " MMM E NNN* MMM RE N X N MMM x N N M I . EEE N NNIN 'e. Men's Navy Blue Sateen m6tra.................Ig 11.25 Mens laundered Outing Shirts...............9c fic. Men's Searfs. ...........................o Or. Men's All-linen Drees Shirts, reinforced back.. . ..................................3. R. NATHANSON. USuceesor to B .1. Behrend & Soa. 818 7TI.8S. N.W. BRE AND 0 TE1 PO:N. Thi I. a sr advertiseem... W..m.. nt trying to hide that fact or to lead yes itoe se ing it under the tanpre..ln. that it is se thing else. "Cas' Flour is fhe beet iteer t. IA. aseeM. "Ceres'' Flour make. "uesere" basal. --*~er'' bread. --uAftb'' breadad --e br.ea ....ay other Fl..r in thewrld. We wish you to try this reliable Sour a n ceder to guard you against its ammrous in ferior imnitations we have plased in every sma and barrel af "Cere" a etresar hearing the imprint af two gold medlala and the .a...aph ignatmeat Wem. N. GaSh 0O. Look farit. -We .a h,. a it... Y..r gr......sl WIM M.GAr., & CO. 030. 1ST AID IND. AVE. N.. Is ,5. Oeas Ls. .. * 5 ** OUT LIST= 3rgaand Passa Xehswith th guesweget igsle ea will esswabam mmeme atlowatlimes:. lead'. brapra-.----..................,, . least' mmebes-........................, 3meim eset.-----.--................ s meea0bIma t............................s lai Seas--------------.--..... .. hsaNernypmm --.............. m. bassUmrta................ anae~. 3eites's ISube ern 3s e ...g bewaare slaa.. Vm's S m e = ................... m f.th ..in ha. 8Eia... .M ~ aate 3qs, g. L S la s. .................. anUaf Ea e sssJsam 9M ma ma. a ee * es e ee e ce ee wee * WS W eOU. CArL YOeM 8P.Zm. ATT.T.. 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