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THE MOBNINQ TlME&'jSATrj-RDAX. JECEMBEB 14, 1895.
reslir-laj Jli-dir (jucct:alillsliinent rUX be
peuoFiuli;? Ul'Jp in.
' torac areSouso,
ISd near M.
Vr-C and fin-
S heavy full
58 50 HosUcr, $5. ag sh0wil
in the illustration an $8,50
value that -we'll run off
while the stock lasts at $5.
I want to If tho Jewoler
VYhoei-mes iulo i our m'nd
This dainty Jewelry Store
is crowded from morning- un
til night with customers who
come here to seek what Ihcy
want for Xnnis Gifts and
find it !
With nine salespeople I
am able to give every one
that careful attention which
is so ueccssarj- to purchasers
I urge upon my patrons,
however, that an early selec
tion is of gteat importance.
L ). Damson,
I 105 F Street N. W.
THE "IL'KQUOISE 3
TAKEN IX EXCHANGE l'Olt
,I.N .GQ1.D AND SILVER. t
ionalilo nnd worn-out
Jewelry. Wo will allow
" you Its full value In pay-
" nient ot new. cicslrab e
EirOur. stock of IIOLIDW
MnhLTM., in Joirelry anall-
' irivare Is ruoru varied ami eo-n-
plete thau eicr before prices
were never 0 LOW make ic-
' lections early.
jeWEUIs .AND blUId'SMnil.,
1 !09 Penn. Ave N. W.
We must give up the store
1st of January. We are not
going to staj- in business,
and the goods are no use to'
us after that date. Every
thing will bcsold; if we can
not bell the goods at cost we
will cll them below.
Men's, Boys', Children's
the finest Clothing in
Washington all will be
bold reg-arclless of cost.
03 Market Space.
i I Lease and Fixtures
1 j SOLD!
for the Children
with every one of our Children's Suits or
Overcoats, and a more magnificent stock you can
not find in the citj- Suits. Overcoats, Reefers
the best of material, the best of workmanship,
the lowest of prices.
GARNER & CO., Outfitters.
Northeast Corner 7th and H Sts. N. W.
What a Two Days' Adjournment
of Congress Means.
WILL START LVEN MOMDAY
ClerJ.. Iluto I)Ihiiici1 oltlioInimciiM)
.Ntinilie-r of 11111s Introduced Tills
Scr-Montim eminent I'rliitlii-: Of
fice Is Tip, Too Soihp of tlie Work
Hoiii In Cuticu.
It is a kociI ilIhk now ai il II cu for Con-Krc-s
to ndjourn a coupleof days.
I'estls'neir'cd by caucus committees, toil-
Jus over ccmmittie nsiigimitiits .mil by
Senators iiml Ueprcsentatlvi who haic
struggled hard In ii.treduco public bulld
Ilut an adjournment is i,iciall helprul
Just nmv lotLceniploje-sof tlieSennteand
IIou-e. Son.ai;j bills cao been Introduced
tbat the cJirk'sliavesImpIy been kiplonthc
Jump. TLcy 1 ave been going niglit and
1-or the first time (Ills M-sslon everybody
n 111 be up on bis work win Coi'Rre-,s meets
Monday. Journal clerks will bate tbeir
work well done, .mil U.ullov eminent Frlnt
Ing Office will be ready for an thing sent.
WOUKING ON THE DILLS.
Yesterday ilr. Benedict's boj r were work
ing on ILe bills introduced Thursday and
lie cliared them all u pby night. Tills
mears a gocd dial for printed bills are id
wajs in demand a. doj or to .ifter lntro
duttion. It also means a good dial to the
I'rlutfiig Office, for Jt ribeves a strain
there, wliicli Is tuoteienly drawn now.
Senators are ccimng to the opinion that
some tariff UgWation must be pested IbU
winter. (Senator Ilaibrough. for Instance,
b.i3 some lUcfilcd Mcavs. He thinks Hie
rnsident mutborrow more inone to keep
Ms administration going. The dtflclincy
nu-t be met fomewaj. Tte UipubllcaiiR
will be iqual to the cimrgincy as the al
Among the latest assignnieiits ikcideil
upon by tLe l.ipublican caucus Committee,
are 8f.ii.itor Shoup to the Committee on
tnthu luad or tl.erersions Committee.
It is quile deflnltili settled that Bin
ents. and fcenalor Burrows on Kevislon of
It inn he statist that the full majorlt)
representation on three of the four prin
cipal committees has bicn decided upon.
This places Suutors Dais and Tliuc&ton
on Juilfciarv, Cameron j iidLoiIgeou Foreign
Kelatlous, riatt and Wolcolton Finance.
FAMILY IGII r AT CAIIXIVAL,
Abiiut Tlirro Thousand People Looked
ut tbe Fish l'ond.
The, special feature of "family night" at
the Columbu Athletic C'uh carnival was
the fact lb it (Mcli famll brought Us otter
relatives, frieeds and acquaintances, alone
to do honor to the occasion Inconnfieence.
Ui'" salutation and queslion. which b, at
tho threshold. "Good eening: bac ou
seen the flili uoud?,' vtasiffir:uitiel an
swensl by .i bo t ".500 or 3.000 peoiile.
IL Is, ot ewirse. now sell kuoivn. th it the
carnival has been I'Mcmled until imsi
Aulm.-iUy uiglit. The m.iii.igcuiint will
arrange suitable urograms for the now
week, bit in the meanwhil there is ample
material for the entertainments of this
There will lie matinee Iui1.it. ue
cinutm; ut - n. m and closirg al t n. m..
tor the be. blue, blick. apd bronucjeil
clnlUreji id llie.cuy. who hae been long
ing for it day off lo sie the wonders of
diia beautliiil Ipud of dreams and dolU.
Tl ev will mil mb-slhe ncahlin prise uleil
T!ie will lne an opiHirlunilv ot goos
ing the u line or the great Whlti.e doll
and doing oilier thlnys .which, Ihcy- will
find to tluir huiuor. IL U quite iiniiO!,sible
rr lliiin to tumbie into the lish pond, as
the "sea wall isaboUL three fet t high.
a conllnc to llie " inced Arrow." and al
ii oiigh II was liilended lo hold the auction
tuiilgiit. Ihen- lia bei n prcinrwl -n ! i d
prugruii ror the occasinn. iiiere win !,'
IlMiia in Inns, uu eMnoiu'iii of hand lial
aii'Inc bv I'ror. D.irnulat. musical sne-
i.iMes bv Prof Will ll.llev. and (neU
ndliu; on the bi-jcle.
Tile program last night ineluded the
roue dance, bv MM Kdna Thornton, w'neli
was qulie pretty and grae-eful: chair dji
mlds, b Misrs Scwall, hitler. Mnoiii.
Ku--, Cabrera. Hoibniok and ijiurrler. and
a biejili cxhlbltiiin on the MfcO. b
Master Harrv fabnra. whlili was er
ileier Mlw Ees.sle Cik iinrier-onalisl
"Nvdl.i" last night, presenting a locl
The drawing will be hild lonjght for
Ihelmggj Plidiiaruess.aluisjat S4n. The
prize nuierslast night were Miss Kstelle
lKrron porileres: Mr J b. Zligler, bnlr
brusli; Mr. Iloldirman. al!lg:itor skin
Wi'll-ICjioYtJi lrluter De-nd.
Orlai'du b. Montz, a will-known mi mlier
of rolumbki 'l.M'ograpliual Union, died ar
the resii'en, e of Mr. Jolni C.iinpliell, J004
Eighth Mn el uorthue-L, on 'ilmrsda iven
iu.r. Mr Jdoutz came fiom IWIMaiiiiport.
F.i , 4. employed In the Government
l'rlnling Oflice, and bad Tor many years
beeii,iellve In various Ikbor organizations
throughout t lie renn.try, liaing beean dele
gate to the I. T. lT. ronvi'iHl'in at Atlanta
lu 1&U0, aeielegule to IheKniglitsof Labor
conLniioii at Uiehiniuut from Uilhams
port. and was lo llie lime of bLs death a
delegate lo the l)i-,lri t Ai-sembl from tin"
Mixed Aseiublj He w,is aho llieoiglil
Izer of the Williameport Tjpdgraphical
of the AVashliglon llornliig liinif, A deli
g.ulou of iiieuiliers or Coluiubia Union es
corted the ii mains to the Pennsylvania
depot at 10 o"cloCk last eteulng for Inter
ment at WilJlamsport, l'a.
Fmled 'I belr sessions.
The Cnil Service lb form Li ague In jd the
elo3jjig setsSion of Its conference yester
A large amount of important business w. is
iransactid iui.1 all the officials who have
held office during the past year jvere re
electesl. OcarS. Straus made a verbal
report on consular reform and the friends
or civil mtv lee reform were urged to sup
port the Lodce and Morgan bills urovldinz
for consular and diplomatic service re
forms. Ancsted on Suspicion.
Charles Crawford. WdllamCassand Joseph
.Wi'llams, the last named lieinir a colonsl
jiiau. were arrclesl b Policeman Djer at
llemiimrs last niglit and lodcesl in station
No. n on the elmige of bung susn.eioiis
characters. The were found In a freight
car. which had Ikcii se'idesl. It is thought
llie- broke the seal.
TBURMANS SIMPLE BURIAL
His Family Desire That It Be as
Public Offices Will llo CIoed.-
Gov. .MeKlnler anil Muff
Columbus, O., Dee. 13. There will bo
a general suspension of business hero to.
morrow ana mark of respect toex-Scnatnr
Tnurman, whose funeral occurs at 10'
o'clock. He was universally lined and.:
respected ny the citizens or Columbus, who
without regard to party io in showing
respect to bis mcinorr.
All the courts, federal. State and coutityr'
adjourned ihis nfteruoou to Monday uud
public officers generally gae notice that
thilr offices would be closed tomorrow.
The Slate officers met in the orficc of
tun. McKuiley Ihts evening and appointed
a coinmitteu to draft suitable resolullons
and resolved to attend the funeral In a
The family desire that tho funeral lie
ns simple and unostentatious as possible
and so all who attend will do soas citizens
only. The lliunnan Club will go to the
house in a bdely, but Uie burial services
will be private.
The following telegrams, among olhers.
Were received at the Thurrmn re-sldince
today, nddrcs-ed to Allen W-Thurmaif
FromlIx.-8cmtorJliuund8 "Am grieved
al the news, your father was one of the
Ust types of American citizen. learned,
patriotic and pure, a true friend and a
generous adveTsarv. Peace to Msas-hi.."'
Senator S. 1!. Elklns "We share In theM-
criri mat mis come upon your ramiiv, and
a!lhnvcour8lncerc83mpathy. ilu count rr-
has lost a great man. and one of Its lore
most and ablest statesmen."
Se-nator Morrill " Your announciiutnt of
the decease ot vour father was receivcit-4
with sorrow. lie was my collencue In the
Senate', nnd won my rcsiiectandaifecllon."
Kx-Senator B. 1 Jones "My sluci re re
grets for ui revered colleague, liailer
Senator Cockrill "I tender my con
dolence in til"' death of our father, w Iiom I,
honored and lovesl."
Senator ISriee "I Join with all w ho knew
and loved vouriUstlu-ridsheiLfather. in pav-u
Ing my tribute to one or the greatest men
ami Democrats. I have known, loved. ind
respecteil him for more than thirty ji.irs.
during all of which time bis name ami fame
have coulinually Increased in theStateand
Kx-Uov. Juiik s n. CainplK 11 "Just heard
of our great lieriavenient. I will attend
the funeral sirvices tomorrow."
Gov . Claude Matthews, or liiclnina "The
diath ot lour father U ih i enlv mouriiisnn
our State. An honorable, a useful and
truly great lire has i mied, bat Itstnnobling
lulhiineis rem.ilu Willi us. Accept inyslu
(Continued from Iir-t I'age.)
ed an option on litsLektnglon plant to Mr..
O. T. Crosby, one of tho owners of the
Potomac plant. It was not a sale, merely .
an option commonly denned as an ex
clusive privilege to purtluse. Mr. Crosby
neld this option Tor a certain length of
lime. Juslhowlonglsiiul known, but tailed'
to avail himself ot the privilege of purchase;.
until the penult was granted to string the
overhead wires nec-ssary to count tl with
bis Georgetown concern. Mr. Truesdell'-s
consent, as a member of th" board, was
necessary to lrr.mt ibis nrivllict. which
m ide his Kcldugtuu ptinl n salable uud"
If the United Mates I'lcetrie Lighting
Conipiny had suspected that the bcinss-l
would have changed front on me iiuisuou
of overhead wire permits It Is not Inr
prob ible thflt it would b.ivo. taken .v
different stand when Mr. Trtiesdclt of
fered It hl property.
Tlnse statements are now generally elr-e-uHled
and ciup'isl with the resolution of
Senator Gallinger have placed Mr. Truis-
dill In ,t Mluatiou vvhleb would seem to Inr
vctv emlsirrassltig to that offitial.
That a thorough Imcstigitiou 111 fol
low lite resolution. 1t said to I fc afsiired
ami I here is .round for teller that tho
iniuule detaiU of !).- whole trausaition,
ffoiii the tlm vrh( n its foundation was laid
at the hearing Itcforc tte CongriiSsion.il
Committee VYhu the signifiiaut .ipiuopn
atlou was stthcitiil. down to the sale of.
the Kekiugtou road nnd the Issuance of a
permit to string onrhead wires, will lw
Fin- In it lti-ddi!Pi
Etiginecoinpa'iyVo 1 responded al 10 HO
last pight on a local alarm sent out for rire
in the Hubbard residence No. 1328 Con
iieclicutavinue. Theflatnis wcrecoufintsl
to the flue and tin damage was trifling.
1 i-ll and Cut Ills Head.
Max Curtis, an old soldier, living at 1202-
I) street northwest, fell on the Ice last
incht nnd cut his scalp. Surgeon Mctirattf
al Kmergeiicy Hosplial .sew ed np the wound
Vs good yrtit is to be classed a hvuso
hold uiccssti. prodticlug whoh sitiie and
palatable bread, a word of caution to
every housekeeper and consumer ot our
yeast ma be the menus Z protecting
thitn nsalnst imposition; therefore see
that the cake of yeast 3011 use bears our
siguture priutcd the-reon. ard save your
labels fyr liam)sr.me banners.
rLF.IfiCHMANN A CO. -
N". 13. As llo yeast Is delivered rrom anv
of our wagons wjlhoul our label, lie on the
alert for counterfeits. V.&. CO.
i, - ii-
rCtJHJAJU &!.& A.
Yeb, we've had to do it
trade has been dull, -and we
have bought too largely, so
we are forced to reduce all
our prices, so as to unload
some of 0-ir stock.
Here are borne big reduc
tions in Men's Shoes:
$5 and SC Patent
Leathers for $4.40
larly S5, S6, and
S7. For $4.35
S6 Enamel Bal.
Shoes for $4.40
Regular $3 -Shoes
Regular S4 Shoes
in the sale at.... $2.85
Regular S5 Calf
Shoes now. $3.85
All other Shoes and all
Rubbers at equalry big re
ductions. Haienner Dauis
Atlantic liuildlng 028 r St. NW.
TllB CUn naTe t",u' years prac
IUG ufvlu. ttcal experlenco la treat
ing tho skis, facial blemlshoa and
Mrs. Dr. J. Semmes,
704 14th Street N. W.
becrflise the selling"
seasoh's" nearry over
and viilve more high
gradeVuit's than wacare
We've bunched every-
$18, $20 and S22.50 sack
and cutaway; suit in the
house (clay worsteds ex
cepted) and you may
have your, pick for
.It's as ,snug a saving
as j'oit ve ever matte
and ought to bring you
men who' re used to good
clothing here in a hurry.
Jlvery one s or our
own manuiacture np
one wants , a better rec
ommendation for their
style and goodness.
We're ready lor you holi-
Mufflers Ties Canes
Umbrellas Gloves Silk
Suspender5; and hundreds
of other inexpensive little
gifts that .will please the
Cor. 7th and E Sts. N
Ifo Branch Eters la Washinjtoi.
at retail at less than
-wholesale prices for one
tveek only! Commenc
ing oh Saturday, 14th
inst.,1 ' during which
period we will sell first
class r groceries lower
than'twas ever known.
We-fTaihe below a few
specialties. "0 "t h e.r
goods equally' cheap:
N. T. Redman.
rancy PlUshury. per bbl JISO
Our Natloual PriUe, porbbt ...SI,M
Ufst Llgm, 5115 $1.25
1'nncy Sen Vort, full cream, jier lb. .13c
Strictly Fresh Eesj, peri doz fl ZZ
JsenVork, per bcahel 40c
30 lbs l'uro Leaf Larit 83c
IPlbs ruroCnttoleno 75c
beans. New York, 4 qts 25c
IlomlTiy, 1its 10c
Itlce, North taroliaa.4 lbs 25c
IlnekKheat, lOlbs Sjc
Cbolco CMirornia ClLnff TcaUiea,
per tan ,
Choice Murylaml Cliu- peaches,
boUiiratkcd Tomatoes Ierd02 ...
Tous ofuta and Candies at prices
lower Ibnn erer before sold in this city.
10 lbs. IJ"StMUcdXut9 $100
Tibs. PirreCream Candlfs C5c
21bs Pure Cbocolatea , 25c
C lb imclcae tancy Cluster Jialsln-s. 75o
lib ScstMu.-.uiteU S3&
5one-pond Carton's Sultana Itals-
S-lb. boxes Layer Fic best qual
ity, per box 7Cc
Loiie-iand tnrton's Clein Cur
rants - 23c
10 lbs Best California Prune ...."5c
Best Bottle Catsup le
S bottles Best German MustarJ.,....Jirc
lirniat: Sweet Mixed 1'itfcles, ier
lljmnu Spur illscd I'lckles, per
Beat lloclm on J Java CoUco, per
IJesssncMIxedToa, pent o
Preserves & Jellies.
20-lb palls Assorted Preserves, por
pail fl 00
5.1b. pails Assorted Proserv.s, per
pall ' 35c
5.1b palls Jellies, pirpiii 2Sc
20-lb palls Jellies, pjrpill .. 73c
5-lb. palls Atiabrea Jlincomoat,
per pall 3c
2Mb pans lira. Wmslows Mines
meat, per pail fl 23
Babbitt's S4ap,Bciks ,.5Tc
Procte & Oamble's Olelnc, I cakes ..25c
Star Soap, ffcakes 2;c
Boo Soap, 7 cakes 2jo
Christopher I ipp"s Best Borax, 7
cakes .... 25c
These-prices for totlaj- only.
Tnrkeys,per lb 10c
Chickens, young, per lb l"iic
1 1 REDMAN
944 Louisiana Ave.
COLD.IN-THE HEAD. Catarrh,
auu HeaiiacUo liumedlately relieved by
Capitol Catarrh Core. SB cents.
The Co-partnership Existing
EDELSTEIN & FRANK,
626 BROADWAY. NEW -YORK,
Was recently dissolved. We secured tho bulk of their stock
of FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING at such a Tremendous
Drop from Regular Prices that
and still realize our usual profit of
TEN PER CENT.
309 Boys' Slori Ccats-309.
a to vr.
Tlie cost ol uiakinir and irhnrninir
co.vt was fully double me amount njincil a
tlie price of each jranueut cotniilele and
700 Pair o! Mtn's PantalooDS 700.
bncli! nlui-s were never lie-foreseen, and
there Is a slronz probalidity tlial sucli will
ii,'Ver In "een ;icall here or elsewhere.
Lots 7702 7690.
HO Suits ol Clulte For Men 140.
Of course you don't e-xpectmucli at these
fliruri-s and lile&ieil are- those who eipect
little. But our word for it. these suits
w ill surprise the w west of nie-n aud women
89 Snits ol C!olIi3S For Men 89.
Oxford mixtures nndsillc mixture",. Don't
Judce thcui ljy the price. We einpha-.ize
the statement that you can't duplicate them
anywhere f-lthiu the pale of civilization.
47 Biack Mot Suits For Men 47.
Why parley about it. or Lesltate? Your
duty Is plain, which is, to save nil joa
can for the well liein-; of your fuinllv.
IJuy one of the-ie, or. If you prefer it, take
one of those- All-wool fct-etland Suits at
$G, IS, or Uarris Ilalr-lliuil Bultat ST.30.
None of these goods are displayed in our show windows
because we haven't had the time to put them
there, but they are on the three large
floors of our great double corner
store, and ready for youc
Victor E. Adler,
927-9 SEVENTH ST.
Cor. Mass. Avenue.
Open Evenings till 9, Saturdays till 1 1 p. m.
S4.00, now $2.69.
As there will be a change in the firm December
25, all goods
MUST GO AT COST.
READ THESE PRICES:
Baby's Shoes, were 25c, now 5c
Misses' Shoes, were SI, $1.25, go .at - 75c
Ladies' Shoes, $1.25, $1.50, now 51.00
Ladies' Shoes, cheap at $2, $2.50, go at.... $1.49
Boys' Shoes, were $1.25. $1.50, go for $1.00
Little Gents' Shoes, Spring TIccl, worth
$1.50, now S9c
Men's $1.25 aud $1.50 Shoes, now $1. 10
Men's Shoes' that were $3, and $3-50 now.. , f'l.89
Child's Shoes, 5s to 10s, sold for $1, $1.25. 75c
Ladies' 25c and SOc Overgaiters now 17c
10c Shoe Blacking 2c
Gilt Edge Shoe Polish, every where 25c, now 17c
These goods are all first-class and guaranteed
to give satisfaction.
ECONOMY SHOE HOUSE,
706 Seventh St. N. W.
wo areenabled to retail the
Ill Gi-a Wo-sled Sails FsrKea III.
If we nave j-ou our candid opuilou In
recant to ttnw n-allv K-Hiitlful. elisant
and jk-rfect fitting carnieiits. we would lie
cluirired with cross exa-meratlnn. IJut
will say that any one or umii would w
'dirtcliean" at$ir. asuiu Tuei-Jiueinay
be said of Lot lli5, at$U. aud Lot 113S.
And now we come to the most luterestlnz
partof ourslory. In Mew-of the fact that
a cold wave w uiwii us and likely to re
main with us. hence
is of Intense lnttrest.
240 Men's Overcoats, Bine and Black
A CO T.
These iraniicnts are tnxdi
wool and fast color, worsted liody linlnsr.
satin sle-evi llninc. tailor made and fit as
benutirully as any custom-ni.ide carim nt.
The price we know". Is ridiculous, but we
do ridiculous thinas someliiiu s provldeil
many pe-ople-are beueflte-d Iherebj.
Coat, Vest and Long I aats. tlzes, 12 to 13 yra.
$4, $5. fG, $fi.50. S7-50.
Boys' Short Pants Suits.
41.00, $1.25, $2, .12.50. -f:?.
ij.'", $3.75, -14,
$2, .?2.50, ft-3, ig:3.i50, .f-1. $4.50, $5
Boys' Storm Coats.
S1.50. $5, $6.50, $7.50.
Men's Blizzard Breakers,
SI.50, $2, $2.50, $2.7S.
Our btn-er has just re
turned from an extended
tour through the shoe dis
trict of the North, where,
owing to the depression of
business, we bought an
enormous lot of nice shoes
grasp an idea quickly
act on it at once
smart fellows these.
are forsaking their
ready-made idols for
ly' reason "a fit
spsls uo jnore tta-ti a
who have seen those
iots redolent of style
rich and beautiful
are ordering suits
to -measure for
Groceries in the market
arc what you will ever
find in our store. If you
can find any cause for
complaint we wish you
would let us know so that
we can g-uard against it
Turkeys, Ducks. Geese
The finest quality at the
very lowest prices.
t:0 1lri.bkt Mince Meat. SX.OO
30 lbs- bkt. Jelly 80c
5 lbs bkt. I're-eres . . 34c
New 1-echurii Citron, per lb. XEc
4 Ilia. EaUIus 25c
SJbs. Cleaucd Oirrants .. SGc
G lls. l'ruties S5c
4 qtr.. New ilea. SCc
7 fts Kcw-IIonntiy SGc
10 1U, Buekwhiat SEc
10 lbs. Rolled Oats SiSc
3 pra-Sdr ral-lufr Uutkwheat Sc
4 IIk. Lard 25c
Kuttcrlue. per luiunil 15c
New Split Pea. Green Teas, Gra
ham Flour, Pure Wheat Flour
Wines and Liquors.
Five-eear-old "Whisky, at
Three-y en r-c-td Whisky, qt .
Two year-old Whisky, qt
Tine old Mierrj Wine, sal .
Flue Old l'ort Wine, sal .
Fill, Old rlt.iwli.l V.-li,-nl
Swe-et nnd Hani Cider, cal SSc
0 bot. California or Va Claret Ji
Of course we deliver the poods to ycur
W. H. Keisfer
Cor. 9th St and La. Ave.,
Opposite Center Market.
Lj clean, stable and inexpenstTo ??
compared frith, strain or gas pow- s
er It is aura and safe, toe. Elec-
trie light U better than gas light, &
bocauss St la stronger and less y
hurtful to the eyesight It you are Y
thinking about putting In electric SS
light or paw er see us about It. if
U. S. Electric Uffhtlnsr Co.. SS
213 14th Street- 'Phono 77.
are most acceptable
and appropriate. "Wc show
a line of Men's Slippers,
from 50c upwards, that
you should sea before you
Wc arc doing- ;.u en
ormous business iu Rubbers
for men, women, and chil
dren. TArc sell Rubbers at
very ncarlj' what they cost
Us. You can save money by
buying- yolirs here.
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