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R TEE EVENING EVJ NING TIMES TliIESi WASHINGTON FRIDAY JUIT 27 1900
I S Kffl KA KANNI N SONS SO S CO j S KANN KANNI SONS CO COTHE I ITHE ITHE
THE BUSY BUSYCORNER BUSYCORNERAlways CORNER CORNERAlways
Always tho Bost of Everything1 for the tho Least Money MoneyOpen Money MoneyOpen MoneyOpen
Open Until 9 oclock oclockTornorrOW Tomorrow Tom rrovv Night WightA NightA NightA
A Burst Lnrst of Pri rie es In the theHousefurnishing theSecflo
Housefurnishing Section SectionA
A A mighty mi hty rush is due in these the e quarters qnartersoue one of those thos > scenes scenesthat seeJlsthat SCeJIeStllflt
that bring overwhelming onrwh > lming numbers ami work depletion in that thatline thatlimo thatline
line Thats just what we > are after this Saturday aturda tturday and have a agood aolllason agood
good olllason reason to expect xect it We Y > are areearryiiig carrying out our part to a lib libenil Jiberall hiberal
enil erall extent > and if you you are appreciative aplre latIVt of savings SaViIIgS economy cl onoll1 is issure isSl1re i isure
sure to treat you VOU richly rkhl
Refrigerators Must Go GoKanney GoHanney GoRanney
Kanney Refrigerators wIld ash ashlined ashlined ashlined
lined with galvanized iron icmovablc icmovablcsides lemoablesldos icinovablesides
sides in Ice chamber chBmb r removable waste wastepipe waitepipE wastepipe
pipe and sliding shelves
43 In high ice capacity calMeft 61 8 0 QK QKIbs 95
Ibs legiilar I nO95 1095 JQ3J
4 17 in high Ih Ice capacity 100 C1 1248 12 9 48 0 0Ibs
Ibs regular reuar 1I4S lttu
49 in high doube doors doorsice doorsIce doorsIce
ice capacity 100 Ibs reguar C11 yC
SI 13 3 48
I1C50 1650 1650Lapland 1oLaptand I 04 O OLapland
Lapland Refrigerator solid oak oaklined oaklined oaklined
lined with galvanized Iron packed withminerni with withmineral withminerai
mineral wool removable ice chamber chamberan ch cbambean lmber lmbernnil
an nnil > i waste pipe adjustable sliding slidingshelves slidingshelves slidingshelves
shelves and spring door doorIii
15 in high ice capacity 66 661b3 CO 9 QC QCIbs 95
Ibs regular l 1295 i JJJ
17 4 in high hhhlce ice capacity 85 s sz 11 1 1 ftC ftCIbs 9j
Ibs J I IIC JJ
lbs 49 in high ice IC capacity t 104 l 104lbs 10 1395 1395urey QC QCNursery
Nursery urey Refrigerator and Water WaterCooler Y ltcr ltcrCooler
Cooler lined with galvanized iron and andfamcled andfnameled andtnarneled
famcled in assorted colors packed packedwith packedwith packedwith
with mineral wool with nlckle nlcklepated tl 1 JO JOplated 8
plated faucet regular 348 at atRefrigerator atRefrigerator IJO IJORefrigerator
Refrigerator Pans stamped in inone Inonc Inone
one piece of f galvanized Iron full j 14 AC ACsize C Csize
size I IBright It ItBright
Bright and best bluefl blueflame me Oil Cook
Stove with two burners and extra
at large top regular price S4S S4Sat 5 5 0 0Steam 95
Steam Cookers made of extra heavy
tin with copper bottom 4 I yes es QCC QCCsels IiQCselseach
98t 98tselseach
sels selseach cach holding ho dlng 2 quarts quartsqU JO JOCera
Gem Ice Cream Freezer Freezerquart er 2 C1 OQ
qU quart size sizeCIflbes JltJ JltJClitbes 129 129CItles
Clitbes Basket made of best 07r 07rwillow IC
willow wlllo full size J JGarbage 3C I IGarbnge IGarbane
Garbage Pail with cover galvanized
Iron holding holdln 14 quarts regular 7QC qC
29C
price 50c at fcJ
Garbage Pall PailS with cover coc cov rto to fit out outside outside outside ¬
side 1 lit inches high regular TCC c
price n 1 at atStone atStone 75 I J JStone
Stone Water Wat r Coolers with nick C1 7C
klcplated faucet 3Ballon gnllon size sizeStep sizeStep 1 l lStep 75
Step Ladder Chairs made of QOC
hardwood hardo d 4 feet b hh hhSinw bh bhSiaw h hSlaw 98C
Slaw Cutters with steel knife 1 lor lorregular ftC ftCregular ACregular
regular price 15c at atBissels atDlssels atBissels
Bissels Carpet Sweeper best quail quality quaUh quailt3 ¬
at ty t3 brush h regular lar price LAS QOC QOCClothers 98C 98CClothers flQCat
Clothers Wringers family faml1 size with withwhite withwhite wIthwhite
white rubber rollers regular J150 150 QOC QOCat 98C 98Cat 12C 12Cat
at 30 30Clothes
Clothes Racks with six hooks QC QCwalnut gc gcw1lnu ACwalnut
walnut finish frame at atv attJ atIce
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Ice Toogs galvanized Itnized iron 1 I AC
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family size size full mH mHClothes itt lu luuv U UU UClothes
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Clothes Hampers large size QOC QOCwith 98Cwith Q8Cwith
with cover co er sjroagjljj s srournade srournadeDinner ron made ladeDinner O ODinner
Dinner anditiTen Set 100 pieces piecesEnglish piecesEnrlIsh pIecesEnllsh
English chlnannleelj chlnnllni cbinanIeel elt decor decorated CC QQ QQatcd
S5 98
atcd regular J74S 748 at atTea atTea JJJO JJJOTea
Tea Set SG pieces new ne shape shapedecorated shapedecorated shapedecorated
decorated IiutJiree Int ee colors regu CO S2 OG 98 8
lar 5395 395 atfX nt ntSpecial atSpecial 30 30Special
Special lot Carlsbad China Fruit FruitPlates FruitPlates FruitPlates
Plates assorted a8 orted sizes and decora QC QCtlons gctlons 9Ctions
tlons at atFine 4 a aFine
Fine China Tea Cups and Saucers Saucersegg Saucersegg Saucersegg
egg shape extra extr1 jthln thln nicely dec 1 1 1 1orated AC ACorated OC OCorated
orated eachl each eacha6ons lu luMasons I IMasons
Masons a6ons Fruit Jars first quality qualitycomplete qualitycomplete qualitycomplete
complete with rubbers and wrench JC JCpints 4C 4Cpints 4Cpints
pints and quarts each eachTable eechTable
Table Tumblers Tumblers best bestqua1ity > quality quaJlt 7 71 1C 1Cregular JC JCregular C Cregular
regular price 4Sc 48cati atj at d deaen deaenBerry < l zen zenBerry = en enDerry I
Berry Bowls large size cut QC QCglass gc gcglass 9Cglass
glass pattern patternNlckle patternNickle
Nlckle Ickle Alarm Clocks warrant 59C 59Ccd CQCcd
cd one year
Prices Low to the Extreme in inerrs inMens inMens
Mens errs errsAYhen Wear WearYhen
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AYhen did lit you ou ever see Mens Men I > us s Wear Ym at the prices pliee we W Ve are ire quot ¬
lug in Surely 81111 not the th t1n < crisp stylish stylis h goods ood that we are giving you
All u lltW w and worth every evei penny of intrinsic intlin il value alul but its clear clearance dearaiiee Ieur IeurnIlle ¬
ance with us and nothing IlothiIl is too good or too line t lw when 11llI we wield
tJie iJl > blue pencil The > stock is ours today must be e yours ours tomorrow tomorrow tomor toiiiorlos ¬
row Weve Vt ve e fixed fixp up compromising values values that youll welcome
We ve secured secur secured tl one ipccial lot of Silk
front Shirts for men which are tn every ery
I way Va a 1 value valuevouU youll find them themea themready
ready for sale tomorrow omorro morn morning morningat hgC
ing ingat ingatSea at h h J JSea
Sea ea Island percale p rcale shirts shirtsan an n im immense Immense Itnmoose ¬
mense choice choicethe the very ery ones oneswe a f
TL we fnrrnu formerly l had h 1 muked i ri 100 100and 1OOand an 45C ft > 9 9and
and fl 125 5 each Saturday SaudsyI
1 lot of white China silk 11 puff pufffor puTttiesour
Uesolr regular 21 2ge > e vaucs vaucsfor ues uesfor 1 OC
for Saturdays Ecling
1 big lot of percale and madras madrasshirts madrasshirtsthe madrasshirtsthe
shirts shirtsthe the array arra of stylish patterns patternssomething pllternssomrthing patternssomething
something bewildering bewlldcrlngnone none in inthe Inthe inthe
the ot worth less le than Toe i c and andgret k Af Afgrett
grett grot t value alue at that g Saturdays SaturdlYssellng Saturdaysselling 39C sl1 sl1selling
selling sellingBalbriggan sellngDalbrlgKan sellingBalbriggan
Balbriggan underwear und underwaraw underwarawera 2rsw 2rswers w
ers oily ct < 25c 5c and 50c g gades gadesSatuiJays ad 15C
S3tUIJa SatuiJays s smng
1 lot of Percale Shirts including two twocollars twocollars twocollars
collars and one pairof palrofeunthls cuff cuffthis this is a avalue aalue avalue
value alue that is worth yctir y < = Ir spare sparctime i < ar artimr >
timr time > to In IooC r Intoeholce Intn tintpa Sat Saturday Saturday < f 42C J3 ft fturday
urdayIen urday3Iena urday urdayMeas
Meas Ien suspenders supendersone one lot of ofthe o ofthe
the 25c ones onesanother another special sprclalir specialstrong p pMens I
at strong ir drawiag power Saturday Saturdayat gc gcIens
Mens Iens batbiiig ba1 irig suits sultittwo two piscoe piscoefancy pl pic picfancy cos cosfancy
fancy etrSpeg etrlPffnotm etrIpnotnn not an over great greatlot greatlot
lot EO we put p t a sure selling selitngprice 11Ing ff f fselling
price f on t themfor Saturdays Saturdaysselling t r rom 9 5 c
selling sellingSea JJ JJSea
Sea om Island cotton underwear underwcarthe the
kind thut is even scarce at 1 100 OO OOa < N Pfkf
a garment glrmentthat that which we have hreon haveon S jlv C
on band goes Saturday Saturda at atColored atColored SJ SJColored
Colored lisle thread under urderwear r > I r >
wear In an elegant 100 grade 6 4 C
S Saturdays tur1as set eJ tag g
I Boys oysCIothhig Clothing
In a Genuine Sacrifice SacrificeIts
Its seldom that we use U8 such strong adjectives in talking ttlkin up a
sale > like this but the thit importance illlJortan lP of the > occasion occasion warrants it
Stocktaking 8tktlkin is under llJUPI way now and in such cases ases there is no
limit to your voiii 01ll possibilities > s as you may ma see SeCoysCIothhig le
All broken lots in Boys Double Doublebreasted Doublebreastetl Doublebreasted
breasted Suits sizes 7 to 15 years in instrictly Instrictly instrictly
strictly allwool cheviots and casal casalmeres casslmeres casalmeres
meres and In Vestees e tecs sizes 3 i to 9 9years 9yearsaU 9yearsall
years yearsaU all strongly made with patent patentbands p patentbands tent tentband
bands and buttons taped seams HamSiOmc some
have double seats and knees kneesctitees vcsteee
have separate s parate doubebrcasted vests vestsplain vestsplain ests estsplain
plain or fancy f1nc trimmed trimmedthese rr e ff
theee lots sold oIl1 for 3 350 350and 350and Hv 1 I Mil Miland 90
and 398 398Saturda 398SaturdaBroken 398Saturday 398SaturdayBroken Saturday 4JI iJv iJvBroken
Broken lots but sizes are complete completein
in strictly Allwool Navy Blue Serge Serg
Doublebreasted Suits sizes 7 to 16 16warranted 16warranted 16warranted
warranted absolutely fadeless fadelesssllle fadelessslllescwell fadelesssiiksewed silk silkEG
EG sewed wed throughout throughoutnone none better sold soldanywhere soldaIIyWhCre old old311here
anywhere for Ices than 5 and 6 6Vestees 6Yestees 6eatees
Vestees eatees of o same material materialwith ff f Af
with fancy fanc silk l1k D B vests vestsTuxedo ests estsTuxedo 2 UK UKTuxedo 98
Tuxedo style st le 3 to 9 years yearsBoys cars viJfatOU viJfatOUBoys e eDoys
Boys Long Loc Pants Suits 11 to 19 19years 19carsOcford 19yearsOxford
S years carsOcford Oxford greys fancy cheviot and andplain andplain
plain black blac1cslnle single or doublebreasted doublebreastedstyle doublebreastedstyle doublebreastedstyie
style with single and dqu dqublebrested dqublebrf dou doublebrested
blebrested blebrf ted vests cstsstylishly vestsstylishlycut stylishly T J A O
cut and well made mnderegu mndereguJar regu regular 3 98
Jar price 6 to 798 j S V e
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8th and Market Space c
HoMitltiil Supplies for nr Tnkn TnknThe rnkuThe lakuplaced
The distilling dtstUlln ship Arethusa which will willtail willall willsail
tail all for China within a week has been beenplaced beenplaced beenllOMgIlfll
placed at the disposal of the Surgeon Gen Genral Genral Genral
ral of the Navy ay and will carry a large largeconsignment I largeconsignment rge rgeconllgnment
consignment of surgical supplies to Taku T1kuT TakuThe
The T e supplies include dressings tents tentsd
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Boys n ys WaahaWcVsallor Wa Waahsb1cSaIlor hH Sallor Suits sizes
3 to 10 in crashiluck cras crasbduck ii1uck dufmbray cIu nbray chev che ¬
lots and gain galaca lltcaclotlfJJbrolderetI cVcioth Iothejibroidere pjibroidered and andtrimmed nndtrimmed andtrimmed
trimmed collars cuffs and andShieldssohl a Of
Shieldssohl loldsold from fron 1 75c c to t 150 l lDos 48C I XL XLBoys
Choice ChoiceBoys
Boys AllwooT Allwoo Cheviot and Cassi Cassimere Cassimere Cassimere
mere Knee Paflf Paz4 S to 1C years o f g
patent bands am niil buttons and andtaped andtaped 3 tML 9l
taped seams seamsc 75c and 1 values l1ues l1uesDoys v J v vBoys sJ sJBoys
Boys AVashsJBieiatils WashgMelliOhis 3 to 1C years yearsstripes yea yeastlpes yearsstripes
stripes cbecksggndpjaln check cbecksndsiain mmdmlaln crash ducks ducksand ducksand ducksand
and linens linenssUngiThtbands linenssUngiThtbandsand strong W waistbands rstbands I AC
and taped seams se1mspenrl pearl but buttonswort buttonsworth 19C I 4L
tons tonswort worth 50c 5 per Pf pair pairPure pairPure I J JPure
Pure l Linen Line Inen Doublebreasted Dobl brensted Suits 7
to 16 years yearssiik earssllk silk sewed throughout
French facings facingsaU all seams scamscowered ff t
covered c vered and stayed stayedregu stayedregular regu 1 I fQ MX 98
lar value J4 4 J Saturday Saturda e eIothers sMothers vU vUMothers
Mothers Friend Shirtwaists sizes 6 6to 6to
to 14 in madras aaI aD 1 percale percalewith OAP
with attached or two separate separatecoUars5c separatecollarsThe 3 1B1 1B1Boys 9 C
coUars5c and 1 value YalueDoys valueBoys
Boys Bathing Trunks Trunksstriped Trunksstripedand striped stripedand
and plain balbrlggan balbrlgganaU all sizes sizes25c sizes5c sizes sizes25c 7C
25c 5c value alue Saturday Saturoa per pair
stoves instruments etc enough to equip equl equla
a general hospital which will be estab ¬
lished near Taku for the use of the Ameri American AmerIcan Amencan ¬
can forces serving In China ChinaCoins Chinaoln ChinaGoing
Coins oln to Cnblu John Tonight Tonightlt T TIts rIts
Its lt the place to co o to spend a pleasant evening
Most beautiful resort rt in America merlcJ
I HorsfordsAcid Horsfords HorsfordsAcid HorsfordsAcid
Acid Phosphate PhosphateAn
An invaluable nerve tonic and restora restorative restorative restoraL ¬
tive when the energies flag and the spirits spiritsdroop spiritsdroopmakes spiritsdroopmakes
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Stock StockMust Wust Be e Sold Within the Next Ten Days
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Low Prices for forMes Mens FurnishingsMens FumishingsJ Furnishings Furnshings1Mens
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47c 47cBathing 47cBathing t
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1 87 87Mens
Price O O OMens
Mens Underwear UnderwearRalbrfcgan Underwearralbri UnderwearPalbriggan
Ralbrfcgan ralbri gan Underwear tndrl < nr in Clue Pink and andDerby andIkrby 00 00Herb
Derby Herb Rib ib lane 1enl and 1I d abort sleeves sieeverDrawers ai sleevesDrawers < < ntl ntlrfevr
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Mens ens Nainsook 1Ii k Drawers 75o c val J 11 11ues Q7p
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I Mens Neckwear NeckwearKiV
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Knjli lngllb li Squares E < tvIrtf extra
large IU1 size 51 Bee IDc e eScwhere ewhrre whr here I IJ I1fadru 1O 19c ly lyMadras C Clfidrs
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sorted pattcnu JItttTnj 1UL 1ULChildrens
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Our Ou famous Blue Sew e Suits snuran I
teed to be all wooL Well refund the themoney themoney
II money if t fades 12 12JO O vue value for tor5i80 tar38O I
5i80 5i80NJens 5 38OWiens 80 80Mens
NJens Suits SuitsMcn Suitsrn SuitsBrawn
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was 5 Sale lrice lriceMens
Mcn Mens > fcian BlselUEerge Suits C fj A f
7 40 4
Regular 15 value for fo fo1tna forMcni 4U 4USu
1tna > Su Suiu > uu some skeleton akeJ ton and other full full1e
lined 1e tatin tlkfj tlkfjJ pin d and yoked worth 1C Q T n nup
up e 2250 tti te tile J Price lrlceena 4 > O 87 1 U UilenV 0 01rns
ilenV ena Suits finest 1n t imported Roods tood full tat ratI
in lined Cutaway and a Sack CIO ff
St Sts v 1 lee worth SW Pa Sk pr irc ircliens c Jf 12 i Z t 00 00Ieu J U U3Iens
liens Ieu s flannel onel Suit uits 1 t in n variety of o C 1 A O
stripes Etri Uerth erth l I2PY at fer ferrilens forriiens JVo JVoMens 39 8
Mens Coats CoatsMens CoatsMc CoatsMens
Mens Mc 1 Blue lur Serce re Coats 129 129nMjn 12 129lItnj 9
nMjn 1111 S Single r le and poabkbreasted Doablebreasted I IMtna
nIu Clue Se Sege c Cots The ts Z kind r rm fsa fsaMens 8 8
Mtna m Cream Colored Silk Pongee 0 0 7 C
Coats Co < tu Wetth Wet t5 5 Jor brSOysSuit or or5oysSuits 3 2 7 3 D DBoysSuits 5
BoysSuits BoysSuitsto
Ir1tt Ir1tttS Ages tS 5 to t 14 years worth JL50 L5O a
atit Sale e Price PriceDeublebreutctj rI wi wiPeublebrtatted 8 Be Be1I
Peublebrtatted e 112 112ItlkPri Ctyles tubitautial t Q Q
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Poubebrtasted abx also > vettee styles 111 < < fancy
cheviot e all alas worth 3 Sale
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In allwool allW Ol Cheviot all sties some hare
double le knew t worth r tOO OO Sale le I Cjl O C
Price IriceAliwexel I IV3 IV3turra 95 95AlIool
AlIool Chreb PlakL and Paney an < y Ylx
turra kr etc t worth 1500 500 S Sale le
Price PriceBoy IttceIloys l48
Boy Do Iloys Long Pacts Flannel Suit SuitChildrens S 27 2 7 5 5hildrens
Childrens 1ildren White Duck prtj Ia h 12 12c c
MENS STTUPED IUPED FLANNEL FLAKVELPAXTS FLANNELPANTS
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Youths Suits SuitsFancy SuitsFancy SuitsFancy
Fancy Cawhnere aces al 14 to 10 10yeses Q f 2 5 C A Ayears 0
years ordin ordlDuilG ordinaztiy4G ilyC 4ale Price Plic PlicaDCJ Priceaetey P 5 v vftncy
ftncy aDCJ CbeckiaDd Checks and Pl Plaids id ages 14 to 193en 19 10years
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Mens Yens Crash CrI Casts and Vests VoC VoCMens 9 8 8c 8cMens e eMens
Mens Pants PantsScrcfal PantsSevqal PantsScvcal
Scrcfal Jtendml pairs Men liens Pants ab abnriately ab1e1Y
nriately 1e1Y pare weal worth up to C1 100 100Mens flf flfMens o 0 0Meas
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lIens 100 Striped Cr Cruh h Pants J 33 3 3 JC JCMens e eMens CMens
Mens Bike Pants PantsAbMtely Pantst PantsAbeauteIy
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Corner n Ninth and E Streets s r PJ W
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THE Tll MOTORMEN GOMPLAIN GOMPLAINSa
Say Sa the Superintendents Compel CompelThem CompelThem
Them to Violate the Law Lawxt
J lrolet > rotet xt to 3InJor lnJor Sylvester anti the thelf theUItrlct
UItrlct 115 lf > trict rid ConiitiiHMloi ConiitiiHMloiIIii Connnlloncr Cansss issioncrs Agni Jnht JnhtPIli net
IIii FI14s for Humility Cur ur urn nt high HlKUSi IIhhSlncd
Si Slncd > teI IVhleli Vhleh They Thl Say Sn They TheyIiist Th Thtllt
Must > Iiist Do to Save Their Iuxltlonn IuxltlonnA
A petition signed by b J II Yaraell Ya nuJ I and andupward alldpward
upward pward of fifty other residents of 1 > Street Streetnorthwest Strletnorthwest
northwest has been handed to the Com Commissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners complaining of the size and andweight andweight
weight of the cars operated on that street streetby streetby
by the Washington Railway and Electric ElectricCompany Electr
Company Complaint is also made mad about aboutthe abeptthe j
the manner in which the cars are run runparticularly runparticularly
particularly with reference refere ce to their great greatspeed gref1teed
speed speedSince speedSinco eed t tSince
Since the Introduction ef these cars carssay 1 1ay
say ay the petitioners with their noise and andclatter andclatter
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clatter the unnecessary unn esS1rcJa clangiag gIBg ef a tS tSgongs Ulgongs the
gongs often continuous for successive successivesquares I ISiuaros
squares together with the th high and un unAwful anffiwful
Awful rate of speed it has become impos impossible Imposslble impossible ¬ 1
sible to obtain the necessary noeessar sleep at night nightor nightorcanly
I Ior
or or orcanly early c1rl In the morning This racket anti aadvibration I
vibration Is a menace to the health and aadwelfare I Iwelfare
welfare of the strong and healthy to soy soynothing
1
nothing of its effect upon the delicate the theinvalided tbeInalided
invalided and the sick It It has indeed be become ¬
come an intolerable nuisance to those liv living U Uing ¬
ing along the line of its tracks tracksXot traeksot
Not ot only is the running of these largo largocars larg largcars
cars deleterious to health but we believe believetheir b believetbir Jlee JleetheIr
their jarring Is injurious to property We Wetherefore Wethercrcn
therefore petitionyour Board that the thecompany thecompany
company be forbidden to run these very verylarge nrylarge
large cars over their tracks and also that thatthe thatthe
the penalty for excessive and unlawful unlawfulepeed unlawfulspffd
speed be rigidly enforced enforcedThe enforcedThepetitioners
The Thepetitioners petitioners also Inform the Commis Conmlsslonert j I
sioncr that many of the residents of P i iStreet IStreet
Street are out of the city spending their theirsummer theirsummer
summer holiday hoIl ay and that if they were here herethe I Ithe
the signers to the petition would have ha e beea beeamore beeamore
more numerous numerousThe numerousThe numerousThe
The Commissioners have the matter of ofthe o othe
the fast running of cars under considera consideration consideration consideration ¬
tion and they will soon decide upon the therate therate therate
rate of speed that will be allowed and andafterward andnrter
afterward nrter ard will enforce the penalty for ex exceeding exceeding exceeding ¬
ceeding the prescribed rate Motormen have havewritten hnewritten havewritten
written to the Superintendent of Police znd zndhave zndhave
have called on the Commissioners to pre present present ¬
sent their side of the case They affirm affirmthat aftirenthat
I that the superintendents of o the lines are areto areto
to blame for the infringement of the law lawin lawin lawin
in regard reg d to speed A certain time is pre prescribed prescribed ¬
scribed by these men for the cars to make makethe makethe makethe
the round trip and the th motormen are held heldresponsible heldresponsible boldresponsible
responsible if they fail The motormen say saythat faythat saythat
that they are punished for the slightest in infringement infrlnement ¬
fringement of the rules of o the company by bysuspension bysuspension
suspension for one or more days withoutpay withoutpay without withoutpay
pay according to the gravity of the of offence 01fen offence ¬
fence fen e or of its It supposed gravity gralt In the themind themind themind
mind of the superintendent superintendentThe superintendentThe
The authorities discovered some time timeago timeago
ago that the arrest and finding of the the mo motormen motormen metonanen ¬
tormen for the fast running of the be cars carsdid carsdid carsdid
did not strike at the root of the matter matterIt matterIt matterIt
It only served to take tak a portion portiono of the thewages thernges thewages
wages of o the men which which were needed in intheir Intheir intheir
their families The motormen m explained to toth toth
th Superintendent of Police that the cars carswere carswert carswere I
were cot ot provided with indicators and that thatthe thatI thatthe
the speed Deed at which the cars are nrerun run is issolely issolely issolely
I solely a matter of judgment with the mo motorman motorman matorman
torman and they intimated that the temp temptation temptation temptatlon ¬
tation to run the cars last 3st whpre thro throwas throwas thsrawas
was an open track was as very ery srea owing to tothe t tthe tothe
the desire to make the run on tirr They Theythought Theythought Theythought
thought that the Superintendent Super tendent of Police Policeor PoHceor Policeor
or one of the Commissioners placed in intheir I Itheir Intheir
their position would speed the cars when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they saw Ea a chance chanceThe chanceThe chanceThe
The motormen stated that they th y were werenot werenot werenot
not unmindful of the noise caused by the thecars thecars thecars
cars and they admitted that the com complaints cornplaints om omplaints ¬
plaints were just but they said it was im impossible Impossible unpossible ¬
possible to run a car without noise noh and andthere and andthere I Ithere
there will always be somebody some1 > ody to find findfault findfault I Ifault
fault no matter how slow sIo the cars go goThe goThe
The motormen were agreed that the time timeallowed timeaUowed titusallowed I
allowed by the line superintendents superlntend < 1nts for formaking lormaking fotmaking
making the round trips is not long enough enoughto anougbto
to enable the cars to be run within the therequirements tberequirements therequirements
requirements of the law They were of ofthe ofthe olthe
the opinion that the placing of indicators indicatorson indicatcrton
on the cars would not help matter In the theleast theleast theleast
least unless more time is allowed aU owed for the thetrips thetrips tbstrips
trips If the cars are run slow they said saidso saidso i iso
so as to conform with the law they would wouldbe wouldbe I Ibe
be discharged and lose their places They TheyI Theiemphatically J Jemphatically
I emphatically declared that the person to tostrike toi te testrike
i strike is the line superintendent who has hasa hasa ha haa
a record la a > make and to keep for setting settingall Iett gettingall ng ngall
all he o can out of a the cars as well as the themen themen themen
men and for managing things cheaply I IThe
The Urted States Electric Lighting Lightin LightinCompany i iCompany
Company recently made application to the thtCommissioners j
Commissioners for permission to use tho thothree thothree thethree 1
three ducts reserved for the District and andthe andthe
the United States In the conduit from the themanhole themanhole he hemanhole I
manhole on E Street between Sixth and andSeventh I ISeventh
I
Seventh Streets northwest to a pole in the thealley thealJey thealley
alley of square 4oG 4 6 In making the applica
TO fOlOOK LOOK ON ON THE BRIGHT BRIGHTSIDE BRIGHT BRIGHTSIDE
SIDE OF THINGS USE eA PO LIO
tion ti on the company guaranteed guarant to vacate aeate the theducts theducts theucts
ducts d ucts upon thirty thlrl days notice from the theCommissioners theCommssf
dC
Commissioners CommissionersUpon Commssf C ommtsstanersUpon < Jners JnersUpon
Upon reference of the application to the theEleetrleal theElectrlral theleetnieal
Eleetrleal E Engineer it was returned with withthe withe tb tbtile
the th e statement that his department did not notwish DOt1sh
wish w 1sh to make use of the ducts at the t e pres present preseRt ¬
ent c at time In traannitting the report to tothe tothe
cth
the th e Comratesioners Commt sionrrs Capt D D Galilard Galilardacting Gai Gatiiardting lard lardRCtlDg
acting ac ting Engineer CommiMieaer CommlS8l r took occa occasion oetaEiOll ¬
sion sl ots to say 5 y that the District DfstrictApproprlaUons DfstrictApproprlaUonsact Appropriations Appropriationsact
act a ct approved March larch 3 1S99 contains a aclause acJaule
acl
clause cl ause as follows In every conduit eond lt con constructed conftrueted ¬
clat
structed at rueted or or to be constructed under the tbeprovisions thepr
atp provisions pr p ravisions < fslons of this paragraph three ducts ductsfhall duetsfhall
s fhall be reserved r Eered for the use of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates Unitedtates
States S tates and the District of Columbia ColumbiaIf ColumbiaU
If the1 th conduits in question continues continuesCaptain ntlues ntluesCaptain
Captain C aptain Gaillard were constructed water unJertho unjrtho
tho t he law quoted it would seem to bs b man mandatory mandatory
datory d atory that the three ducts shall be re reserved reserved ¬
served s erved and In my Opialoa the Commission Comiissloni
ers e ra cave no Authority whatever to turn turnthem turlthem turnem
them th thr em oevr for thfrnsD the nm ofdae ofethecompeny company as oS oSrequested
requested r find 1 lreoommendthat recommend thai tee com comp
pony p po ny be so informed informedThis
This recommendation hie been approve approveby approel approelby
by b y the Commissioners CommissionersWILL Commls lon 11I 11IWILL
WILL ILL HAVE IrA VE CHHISTIAN OHBISTIANJ3UIUAL OHBISTIANJ3UIUALlrle BURIAL BURIALthnrue BURIALrlezstie
lrle v rlezstie of ttlehnci aissrihsy llIrlh tu Tn1 Take e ebnrJc
thnrue bnrJc of ILU IU Hotly Dud DudIt HotlyIt
It was understood today that relatives t tMichael tI tII1ehael sf
Michael M Mp ichael Murphy the aged tailor who drop dropped droped rep repped
ped p ed dead while at It his Wsbench bench In the ee eetabllshment e6tabllshment asablishment
tabllshment t of Daniel Finnegan see 06 0 Sixth SixthStreet Sixthtreet
Street S treet northwest yesterday estelo1a afteraoofl afteraooflwould afteraoowould at ternoos ternoosould
would w ould take charge oC o the body and give giveit giveIt givet
it i t Christian burial The remains are now nowat DO DOat
at a t the Morgue orgue where they tJe were received receivedby rrolnby
by b y Acting Coroner Glazebrook this morn moroIng
Ing l ag An inquest was 1s deemed d med unnecessary unneeesS4 unneeesS4Iurphy II
Murphy was a native natleo of Ireland and andwas aDdwas andas
was w as seventyfive years of age He had hadresided hadresl hadesided
resided resl r ed in Washington about twenty years yearsand ear earhnd
and a nd at the time of his death lived at 478 4 48ennsylvania 8
I
Pennsylvania P Avenue It is not known knownthat knownhat I Ithat
that t there are relatives of o the deceased decas deceasedn i iIn
in i n this city but Mrs rs Dennis D nnls Kirby of I
1160 1 100 Greenmont Avenue Baltimore and andSergeant an andergeant ll llSergpant
Sergeant S ergeant Kirby of the Baltimore police policeforce poJlceforce policeorce
force f orce are said to be sister and nephew nephewrespectively nephewrespectively nephewespectively
respectively r of the deceased Both haveeen have havebeen h e ebeen
been b een notified of the death deathPBANK deathFRANK deathRANK
FRANK F RANK D CONNELLS FUNERAL FUNERALService FUNERALSerlc FUNERALervice
Service S io < o lie Held at Si Aloyitlnn1 Aloyitlnn1Tomorrow AlopoluTOlhorro tloysiueTonsorrow
Tomorrow MorningArrangements Morning MorningArrangements Ioruln IorulnArrangements
Arrangements were erecomplot completed last Bight Bightfor sightor I Ifor
for f or the funeral of of Frank D Council who whoied i idied
died d ied at the home of his mother Mrs Irs Kate KateD KateCouncil
I
D Council at 514 Second Street northwest northwestWednesda northweEtedneroa northwestWednesday
Wednesday edneroa night nl ht as the result of o inju injuries InjurIes injuica ¬
ries r ica sustained in falling from the roof of ofthe oCthe ol olthe
the house early in the day da The funeral funeralwill funeralwUJ I Iwill
will be held at the house at 930 oclock oclocktomorrow oclocktomorrow oclocomorrow
tomorrow t omorrow The senices will be conducted conductedat I
at a t St SL Aloysius Church where requiem requlclRhigh requietshigh 1
high mass will be celebrated celebratedFrank
Frank D Connell was rns twentyeight years ytars ytarsold yeat yeatold I
old and unmarried He was a son of a the thelate the1I1te thi C Cate
late l ate Dennis Connell His mother three threebrothers C Cbrothers
brothers and one sister survive him One Onebrother On C Cbrother
brother Lawrence I Council Is now no sta stationed stationed slittioned ¬
tioned at Paung Paung in the Philippines Philippineswith PhUlpplne3with Philippineswith
with Company D of o the Thirtyfirst In Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
fantry The other brothers and sister are areJohn areJohn ar a aJohn
John J T Dennis E and Annie L Connell ConnellThe ConnellThe CnnneliThe
The deceased was a member of the Fourth FourthImmune FourthImmune FountImmune
Immune Regiment which hich went to Cuba Cubafrom Cubafrom I Ifrom
from this city under Colonel Pettit PettitAT PettitAr PettitAT
AT CHESAPEAKE CIIESPEI E BEACH BEACHDavenport llEACIIDaTnport BEtClfflavenport
Davenport the Daring Dnrln high lIi b AVIre AVIrePerformer Wit WitPerformers Vlr VlrPerlonner
Performer Thrilling1 ThllIlu Kcatn KcatnW PelltMW
W 5 C Davenport D3 t whose > darin daring < y acts on the tiwhJjrh thehijrh ii C Chigh
high wire ire have won for him the name of the theaerial th 0 0aerial I Iurial
aerial king kin opens an engagement of f two weeks at a It i
Chesapeake C pt e Beach tomorrow Riving two perfor performances perfotTrances ¬
Trances dally at 4 and S p pm m Davenports Davenportsspectacular DnrnportsIpcctacuIar flasenportspectacular
spectacular exhibition is one on of the mOlt daring daringopen d1ringopen dicta S Sopen
open air performances ever given Ji rn and comprises comprisesrunning rompristsrunmn C Crunning
runmn running both backward and forward upon a slen slender sIena slecder ¬
der Hire 1 re moving moTi about blindfolded lal ndfolded and witlt with itlr bis bisfeet blsf hi hifeet I
feet f t encased in market baskets ba cte jumping hoop hoopand boopcand a aand
and riunjr a bicycle the wuceis U eS of which run runupon runupon en I Iupon
upon the supporting wire in This astonbhin f fnt fntis fee feeis t tis
is a marvelous exhibition of ppteinff oitng oilin and at It night nightthe nigh It Itthe
the bicycle is electrically illuminated and a asearch asearch i isearch
search light and fireworks are used in the various variousacts arious ariousacts Lt Ltacts I
acts which last aboutfnctyfivc bout fortyfive minutes minutesGqliif minutesG minutesCoitig
Gqliif G luJ to Chesapeake Bench BenchCatch BenchCatch BenchOatchthe
Catch Oatchthe the Bay Shore Limited liJ led at 5 1 p m mMens InBathing
Bathing SuitS1 Suits j 1 I
I IMens
S j I IMens
50 j j
Mens Boys BoysC
C AUEUBACH 7 I A it II IIDomcBtlc IIDometlc
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Domestic S M JITel Tel 72
ELECTRICITY IH ENGLAND ENGLANDOnly ENGLANDOu1 ENGLANDnly
Only Ou1 O nly Moderately Cetl for Illunilna Illunilnation Iiiuiuslnnion
tion ion and ud Iawer IawerThe loerThe lowcrThe I
The FDUeh English people are fast taking to the theu6 theJab these
u6 u Jab se of electricity elecznlcttyjor Jor for lighting Ug t1Dg purposes and andalso nndalso sendlso
also a lso for motor power The uf UfO e of eleetrt electricity electniity
city c ity is not quite as far advanced as it Is in inthis inhis I II
this t his country eouutr cosntrj but the consumers of o eiec eiectricity eIEctridty cIscricity
I
tc tricity t and gas in England get these arti antile I
cle c le muck cheaper than do the consumers in inthe Inhe
the t he United States Marshal Ilalsvead IlalsveadConsul UalseadConsul lIalzeadonsul
Consul C onsul at Birmingham is a report to the tbeState theState thetate
State S tate Department De rtmeDt on electricity in British Britkhcities Drltk Drltkcities BritishIties
cities c Ities says saysA Sily SilyAA saysA
AA A few fe of o the main thoroughfares of ofLondon ofLondun ofLondon
London will EOOB be electrically lighted lightedsome lightedome
i some s ome poles having recently been put into Int Intpocltfin intoosition
i > position p Piccadilly bad a few as long ago agoas agos j
as a s the fell of 1896 atd no doubt the sue sueceat SU sueean <
I Icen
ceat c ean of that experiment is regarded as 3 ware waKrattJitg war wareartieg < I
rattJitg rart5r r extension extemt n OH careful eare l lines lineshDrmlaghamls linesBIrmIngham
j hDrmlaghamls Birmingham Is sttll ttll a gaslighted city cityand citynd
j and a nd there seems to be no street electric ele electricighting < lrle lrlelighting I Ilightiug
j lighting l movement though on January 1 1last 1ast I Ilast
last l ast the corporation took under its muni municipal munlcl munipi
cipal cl d pi l wing 1ng the small electriclighting com cornpany j I
i pany Xew mains are now lOW being put ID IDend IDnd innd
end se nd the question of electric street lighting Hthtin HthtinDust lightngtust
i I Dust e tust come up within a year or two as asaiust asaiuat
aiust nus also the Question of cost to con consumers consumers conumers
sumers s Cork Is one ODe of the smallest towns townsf to towith townswith
i f with electric le < tric service and gets Its electric electricitv electrlcIty electricy
itv i y as1 as a checply as aay an city The charge char a In InCork InC inCork
Cork C < lrk U 8 cents per unit for the electricity e electricityuae trlcity
I
used uae in the first two t hours every day end zndcents 2 2cents 2cents
cents during the succeeding hours For Formotor I I Imotor
motor purposes the charge is 8 cents the thefirst thefint thefirst
first two hours and 2 cents thereafter In InBirmingham InBlrmliJgbam InBirmingham
Birmingham there t ere is a uniform rate of 14 14cents 14cents j jcents
cents per unit to the general neral run of con consumersthat conunrerathat i isumers
sumers sumersthat s that is to the great number using
190 i o or ices le units per r mpith m Lth For Foru1 any quan quantity quanlty j
tity t lty In execesa of 1W units 9 cents is the th thcharge I Icbarfre
charge c There Is also a special provision provisionof
of S cents per unit up to 100 units per p permonth r j
month for fa electrical energy used for mo motors mooes
tors t oes or allday alJda loads and any quantiy In InexccS Inexcess f
excess of o 16C eC units is 4 t cents A unit unitmeans unitmeans unitmeans
means here the burning of o seventeen or ordi ordiusry I
dinery di y incandescent lights one hour hourNEW hourw
NEW w IMMIGRANT STATIONS STATIONSSeveral STATIONSSeeral STATIONSSeveral
Several to Be Kmtnlillnhetl EltnhUb d on the theCanadian tIeCnnndinn listCnnndinn
Cnnndinn Border BorderAssistant BorderA HorsierAssistant
Assistant A El5tant Secretary Se < reury Taylor aylor of the Teens Treasury Teensury ¬ I Iury
ury lpartment l IJ8rtment will leave next week fcr fcrMontreal 1 1lontrfS1
Montreal on business busln with ith reference to the theestablishment theestablishment J JestablishmEnt
establishment of immigration stations be between betwee ¬
tween twee this country and Canada TheTieas TheTieasury The Teens Teensury
ury officials have decided to establish say 5 5ertI sayeral
eral of these places on the boundary lice liceThe lineThe
The purpose is to permit of the examina examination aamlnatlon examinathen ¬
then of o foreign immigrants who by coming comingto cocinl
to America through Canada and then thencrossing j
crossing the line into this th s country manage manageto manageto manageto
to escape the quarantine regulations es established establisbcd seatablisbed ¬
tablished at United States ports portsCanadian portsCanadian
Canadian transportation tra portatlon lines are oppos opposing Opp01Ing opposlug ¬
ing the establishment of the stations as asthey asthey asthey
i they believe such rrould ould hurt their busi business bulness business ¬
ness The Beaver line lineot of steamship ply plylag
lag between Montreal and anI 1 England has re reqdcsted
j Iq I quested csted that this Government oernment put a sur surgcon surI surgeon
I geon on board its vessels e sels at LIverpcol who whowould whoI whcwould
i I would eee ee e that immigrants imml rlnts bound for fo the theUnited thei
i United States were w icere re taken for passage only onlywhen onilwhen r
when they thetwcre were wcre in good gt > Od physical condi condition cnDdltlon condilion ¬
lion tionThe
The steamship ste mshlp people say y that throegh throegheuch tbro gi1 gi1Euch I Isuch
euch meansJt mean 1t would be unnecessary unnfC > srory to tocreate tocreate te tecreate
create the boundary stations The he Treas Treasury TrtJ1 TrtJ1ury Treasury ¬
ury officials however St tc not kindly dis disposed disposed sitsposed ¬
posed toward such a move They point pointout pointout L Lout
out that merely merel by saying that he was C
bound for Canada C nada instead of o admitting that tha thahe
he meant to go to America a diseased im immigrant Immigrant immigrant ¬
migrant vould ould not need to undergo the cx cxaminstior cxnminntlor cxaminatior
aminstior of the American surgeon et Liv Liverpool llverpool Liverpool ¬
erpool Then having reached a aCnndlan aCnndlanport Canadian Canadianport 1 1port
port in safety unless the stations are pro provided provided
vided It would be easjfor eas or him to slip into Intothis intrthis
this country countryBUBAL countnvRURAL
RURAL DELIVERY CHANGES CHANGESAn CHANGESOrder
An ln Order IKBUCI Requiring r the Two TtvoCent TnoCent TwoCent
Cent Tlnte TlnteSuperintendent nntiSuperntendent Umt UmtSuperintendent
Superintendent Machen of the Rural RuralFree RuralFree I IFree
Free Delivery DeIl ery Service has issued an order orderrequiring cmkrrequIring omkirequiring
requiring the 2cent rate of o postage on let letters letters lettens ¬
ters mailed on a rural circuit Hereto Heretofore Heretofore Heretofore ¬
fore such mail has been delivered at the tbedropletter thedropIetler thedropletter
dropletter rate of 1 cent an ounce i idestined Idel L Ldestined
destined del > tlned within the territory covered by bythe bythe b3
the rural route The change puts rural ruralservice ruralservice rura I Iservice
service on the same basis as the free de delivery delivery siclivery ¬
livery system in cities citiesThe eftl eftlThe eitteeThe
The order also permits > rural carriers to tocancel te tecancel
cancel stamps on mall collected b by them themnnd themand
and to deliver it to te the addressee without withoutturning wIthoutturning S Sturning
turning It Into any postoffice Under the theold S Sold
old rule much time was lost by sending sendingmail sendingman sendingmail
mail to the local postofficc for cancella cancellntlon canceliaLion
Lion before it could be delivered deliveredIinIIti deieredIntll1 delivereduntie
untie Faxnl FaxnlThe Famine netle lIeliefFunti lIeliefFuntiThe PuI PuITht
The > fottowipg ecntribBtfcms centrilt tias fer the > relief of oftltc oft 0 t tthe
the t sufferers from the Indian famine have been beenreceived beenrtlliv bee beereceired
received rtlliv by the treasurer tr o of the tk Cemaitte of ofOne ofOne Ofone
One Huwksd lIu dnd Previously Pvi r arVnewIo arVnewIoIt ackneatledged tit2e tit2elt 13 13It
It It W V M IL fa 23 O G Staple 36 8 total t < tal il77 il77H 21 21It8 217IC 217ICt
H It8 t fool 01 at ChcHapenke Bcneli
Eisernan Brothers BrothersCorner BrothersCorner BrothersCorner
Corner Tib and E Streets StreetsBARGAIN StreetsBARGAIN StteetsBARGAIN
BARGAIN SATURDAY SATURDAYi SA TURD A y yoffallmens
i off offallmens all aHmens mens fancy suits suitsOur
Our legitimate 1 itinmt < honest ONETHIRD ONETHIRDOFF OXETmnDI p pOFF
I OFF SALE stands out boldly in contrast to toffcrin toffcrings toa tooffcrings
a ffcrings ffcrin s of others Onethird off Eisemans Eisemansi Eisemanlregulal
i > regular prices pries has a different meaning meanin than thanST
ST 5 jr i zllen hen applied usually and you know it for forjLJ forour forour
jLJ our regular re ulal prices are clearly onethird low lower lowC1 lowl
l er C1 than others othersM otlH oth c IS ISOf rsI
M jf I Of course the Eiseman guarantee goes goeswith goesI
L I with ever every garment brannentk
4 1 k of off boys and childs suits suitsI suitswitJlOut suitsr 4
= I r without reserve reservethe > the fancy fanc effects effectstlle effectstllelain the
Jjj I plain blues and blacks blmkseen even the the serges ser es are areass areincluded arel
ass = < t l included and you you ou know its it s out of the usu usuI
I I 1 al for any clothier to cut < > ut them as staple as asI 18 18I
I I j they the are 3reM areI
I I 1 Mens M ns SI 1 and SI25 125 negligee shirts 66c 66ci
i Ii i I The entire lltil stock of mens fine madras madrasn madrasnegligee
II n V negligee shirts is now reduced to CGc each eachThe eaellThe eadiThe
The assortment of patterns and sizes is isvonderfully iswonderfully
I wonderfully complete the choice most excel excellent excellent excellent
lent Each shirt has pair detached launder laundered laundered laundered ¬
ed cuffs cuffs39c cuffs3ge C C39c
39c for mens SOc fancy underwear underwearT9c underwearfor
T9c 199 for mens 39c fancy underwear underweartomorrow underwearI underweartomorrow underweartomorrow
I
tomorrow for a a day dtitboth both summerwcight sUllunerwAi sumIhIeiwt ighit ht shirts and drawers drawersall drawersI drawersall
all 111 sizes 8izscomplete sizeseonipletenes complete nvs nt A reduction 1 > 1lldiolt that knocks profits sky
I high liighn but which will illlcdul reduce < the stock stockAH stQkII stockAll
II All Straw StrawHatsReducecL StrawHatsReducecLAll Hats H ts Reduced ReducedAll
All childs child s 50c 0c straw stra sailors vie 2icAll vieAll r rAll
All childs 1 straw sailors sail rs 50e 50eAll 50 50All BOeAll
All 50c duck crash rash and P 1 K Tarn oShantcrs 25c 25cLot 2cLot J JLot
Lot of regular 2oc 25 < Tun oShanters oSllant > r lOc lOcAll 10 10I hOcAll < >
I All mens straw hats at It onethird off marked prices pricesFISEMAN pricesISI3IVIAN
FISEMAN EIS EISo ISI3IVIAN l EsROS BROS
Tor Cor o 7th and F E 5st Sts Vj
Two Leaders Leadersto
to FollowiVlens FollowMens Follow FolloweMens
Mens Suits SuitsThin
Thin Thi eano T 5O lot will Ill open yoi yoieye year our oure
eye eyes e for fornlue valueRiving hln The Thepick Tb TbItlek Thepick
pick of oar lilrU hzigleacade hzigleacadeand rn radr lr SO SOnnd 750 750and
and 1O Men Mens Ien Suite Suit The nink ninkstyle nlnkIn niaking
In ing style tle and fit will nl be to toyoar tooor toyour
your oor li likIng ln r Take your our pick pickat Jtleknt pickat
at
550 550Mens
Mens Pants PanfsA PantsICeltnrnte
A 4 xepnrate pair of Troa Trousers TrooJleraIII era erai
III necnr necessary iu i every ever man mantrartlroltc mnnnrtlrohc mans manssvarsirolte
trartlroltc And ivhcn yon 00 have havethe bnetbe hassthe
the opportunity t ttylluli to secure eeure n nCUh astylish
stylish pair of TVo Wotuitetl olt t d Pants Pcntst Psntsat Pantsat
at t 1 tUS > S ItV it time to tubn < o bny bu Thin ThinHpeelal ThI ThIlepeelal Thisspecial
special lot are worth every everycent CTCr CTCrcent everycent
cent of a 3 and Its it only onlythroach oul oulthrooJb onlythrough
through luck that ive can af afford n nford afford ¬
ford to well ell them for Kueh KuehMeyer euhmoney oeh oehmoue
moue money
1 198 198Mayer c98 c98Mayer
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FRIDAY JULY S7 5 1300 1300I 1900The 1000The
I The Weather enther Indicatlonii IndicatloniiPartly ladlentluuaPrtl
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