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Committee C01l1 littee Meets in Rooms Roomsof ROO1I1Sof Roomsof
of Board of Trade TradeSALT Tiader TiadeSALT i iSALT
Planning to Get Appropriation From FromCongress FromCongress FromCongress
Congress to Buy and Maintain MaintainParks MaintainParks MaintainL
Parks for Children ChildrenThe ChildrenThe ChildrenThe
The playgrounds committee held a amooting RmN aflwttg
mooting mN > Ung ia the Board of Trade rooms roomsysterday roomsterda roomssterdy
ysterday sterdy terda afternoon at 2 > l oclock oclockhairman oeIoekhdrman
hairman Rudolph presiding Mr Ru Ruiph Rul Rudph
l dph read a a letter from Major Sylves Sylvestfr Syh Syhtr1 Sylvestrr
tfr who was unable to attend the meet meetIng meethg meetg
Ing g on account of business bWJIne in another anotherciti Anotherit
citi C it t
citiMajor tMajor
Major Sylvester Sylve ter spoke of seeing a alarpe abre ahrge
larpe pond in Cincinnati into which bar barr barr
r ls s of salt had been en emptied in order orderto ordert
to t afford the children salt It water bathing bathingHo bathinGIIp bathbigIItS
Ho said J4 that 500 bathing suits were in inconstant Incnltant n ncrnetnt
constant UN u and urged u that a bill be bepresented beNSented bejresented
presented to Congress requesting an ap appropriation apTrlprlaUon p pTropziation ¬
propriation for fO a similar arrangement arrangementIn
In this city cityIn cityIn eltrIn
In response to inquiries concerning the thec W WnlIUon thC <
c iillHon of the different playgrounds playgroundsit
it l wat learned that while few Ie were tullY ruiiyrjiilpred tullYrql1lpretl rutty1Utp
rjiilpred 1Utp ed they the were all in good CK ood > d condi condition com1lti condiexcept ¬
tion ti except the one ne situated at North Northta Xortht
ta t t pilot 1 ltC1 and L L Streets Nothing has been beennJd been11detI been1jt1d
nJd 11detI I to these th thea = p grounds ouud1 this year and andt
t Imsttbali 1J LaU diamond is reported lrted to be betiioky b bt be3ky
tiioky t ik 3ky covered ve with gran rasa and is strewn strewnwith strewnit atrewnlarge
with it h large la e stores st It wd wa stated that thato thatvflg
o vinfT 111 to neo constantly crossing many manyet man mant manyt
et t th diamonds It t Is almost impossible impossiblet
t play pI L y a game aiee and in order to remedy remedythis remedyt1l remedytH
this t1l tH it t was decided to surround all ath
Itic I Ic Reids with ropes ropesThe ropeaThe ropesThe
The K Street Grounds GroundsTh Groundsh GroundsTb4
Th h ground 1flUfld situated at Tenth and K Kfirsts Kf
firsts f 11 1 rM r ts southeast IOUtbK are said lei to b be the thekept thet
I t kept in the city The field det has haslrn basJrn baaI
lrn I fl arranged Jrn so that children of all allr aUr allIs
r ts may enjoy themselves For the theViwrier theUler theUn
Viwrier Uler Un ICY ones there are swing > > inca incat see seoiws seefrftVlifl
iws t WI traveling frftVlifl ring riD and many little littlep Utretn littleVt
p Vt rim tn nt while the larger children eb dNn may maymuj maym
muj 111 u w themselves thelDlleh with baseball baJl ba basket bairktII t tJ
J L til II v d croquet crocuetMl CIOC1HtMI croquetMie
Ml Mie H Ida Greene has au aroused the theinter theInt theinter
inter Int ct t of the children in the venture ventureTy venturenl venturei4I
nl i4I < Ty are said to keep the place In Inri Inr Inrt
> r ri rt < terder terderF order orderMo rdrMo
Mo F t the trouble at the playgrounds playgroundsVVITO playroundTn
VVITO Tn t t > be the tack of volunteers oIunt Mr MrjrKa Mrh Mrjr
jrKa jr says he h has only about six Idxt sixn ix ixi
i n steer 1t furnished by b six churvh churvhcome rhu1h1 ehurhI
I come only on once on a week snd sndmi od odr Mf
r mi m r two hours keeping order He Hef HexT I
f xT r > > ft t visit a as many JIIMa church ehureha > 1II an anris fUtT ass
ris T 8 vnd nd t pat forth an earnest plea plear
r 1 ers wfco wo are willing 11111 to give hc I
two t v a Week to charity charlt Mr r Burk Burkrt
h < rt 1 ala t ta that anyone who feeI feeIt feJ feJat el elt
at < t anre n spare that much of hl hltime hitrfle I It
time t 1 e r ue t e cause C8 use will send his or her hert j i
i am iI t m i address to HI G Street north nortbT northI
T LSt LStt st
t Mechanical vIeckal cal Arrasfsraents ArrasfsraentsPnf Arranmentsti I
Pnf p ti W Craig Cral the negro who looks looksmechanical looksftei I Iftfl
ftfl e mechanical arraagemenu ar arran emesze u of oftv oft ofV
tv t V ir fTncb r nda said tfcat everything ev pan tasinr pani
inr In i iely > ely and tnat within a w WIk WIkr fek fekwill
r i i g will wi be in flrstela ftrste rstelaas condi condition condition condition ¬
tion tiontf i iAf
Af tf f general enl discussion dJIIe of the dif dlfrounds dlrC
C < l i rounds during which each eachdeclared eachpr eachpr
pr 1 t q ye declared hi his grounds EIOID tI to toD ton
D 1 x great rat at progr POlf pross and proving ag a ajds ab aF
jds b i f the children the committee committeeformal committeen
1 n formal action a tIon decided that thattee thatee thatt I
t tee ee be appointed to prepare a aH apre aU
H ue presented pre ente4 to Congrea for fort
t tt < pose oae of securing an appropria appropriajn appl lJtil lJtilt
t jn J 11 > 4 r th the < > purchase purcba e of ground to be bei
j h i < > d for public playgrounds and equipfor equip equipr
r r for the name nameIt 1IIam4I asm asmIt
It I t ras also al o decided that a committee committeepointed committeeI committeepotnted
I pointed to arrange for a special specialT tI
T < tag f c to be held in the fall of 1994 1994t IM
t t Ie interest of public playgrounds playgroundsthat plaYS1OUftdad
d l that exMayor xayor Quincy of Boston Bostoni
i rfted as speaker k < < for that evening eveningPlanning eenl eenlPlaaaing eveningPleasing
Planning a Gymnasium Gymnasiummittee Gymaa GymnasiumA ium iumamlttee
A ommittee mittee will examine the land of ofi otIDee
i < mac c Park and arrange for the es esl
11 > l ihment and nd equipment eq1 pment of an open opengymnasium openmum openr
r gymnasium mum at that place This Thisat Th Thi ThisL
at i t er e was determined only after con cone conable conable
e able debate several holding boldtn < < that thatvit thatJtJo thatIts
vit Its more JtJo important to reach the theof theot theof
of children who rarely ra ly leave their theirA theirwretched
A n < wretched Wfttrh > tf neighborhood than to toIt tott
11 it a large gymnasium m um which would wouldy wouldly
< > I ly y be patronized by b clubs and boys boyshowever boy boytle boysT
tle T better eta class It w was finally de deS
S I however owver to look after att r the inter interrif Interh Interz
h rif z of children of all classes claaneat cla Mes Mest
t was va IV unanimously voted vote by the com comrniit cornI
1111 rniit I I tfe t5 to tender hearty heart thank to The Thelirnc TheirTt5
lirnc 1 i irTt5 IIU for its aid ok In arousing public Ubllc m mt In
In n the three months ended June 30 the therrrcr ther
rrrcr HM r rrn enlisted 5WO 6 men and rejected TMS TMSplleant iCADplleanu 7046plieants
plleant for admission Of the men en enttd
1 t ttd d 181 were negroes n 198 Porto Ricans Ricansi Ricansni
i 1 ni < 1 12 II Filipinos FilipinosLieut FilipinosLI FilipInos1iput
Lieut LI uL W R Harrison Artillery Artilleryfrps ArtilleryTP
< frps TP 115 stationed at Portland Me en enitd enItd enILtd
ILtd itd 282 recruits rKrul the largest number numberi numberIIt
t i r > dIed IIt to one on officer officerDAREDEVIL offtctrDAR olTicerDARDEVIL
omethtea vomtMng < < new In the line of dare darefirvll dareGr11 darevIl
firvll vIl acts ae to attract peoples people attention attentionvlll attentionIII
vlll III ll b bfJ performed at River View tomor tomorr tomorrw
r rw w night lat in a addition to the U regular regulara regularatractlos
a at atractlos i tractions of the resort re rl and if success successf
f illy J I carried out it will be the first time timethe timeUH timethe
the Coat has ever been attempted here hereor ber herec
or c 11 anywhere alQWbereDrultker else elseMooa elseMo
Mooa Mo Drukkar the performer calls callshimself
himself 1 1 ilself but Satanis tanta would be a better betterr
r me for him himThe Itlmh4 hintThe
The h4 teat i Is a dimcult and dangerous dangerousrn danaerousntfIO dangerousdangerous
rn ntfIO < o dangerous that It has ha never nevert nev neverb r rbn
t bn n tried before until tit Mona Drukker Drukkerevolved Drukkerevolved Drukkerevlved
evolved the Idea white at River View Viewa
a few days day ago H He approached Captain CaptainRandolL CaptainRan4olLan4 captainRaudnILandIa1d
RandolL Ran4olLan4 RaudnILandIa1d and laid his plans pia before him himand himard himard
ard asked for the th use of the chute chuteto ebuteto chuteto
to work it out outior outI outiur
ior I r the pa yaM Ibt t WHit of t niomin mornings s be before before before ¬
fore tto excursionists arrived arrly and after afterti aftertiey afterthy
ti thy y v r t night he has been working workingon workln worklnon < <
on th < < t and nd hu baa now perfected it so soliut 80tlt soti
liut ti t < < I offer ffpr the
A it to public tomor tomorrow tomorruw tomorru ¬
row ru I2M I t at 11 it t i3a > oclock oclockThj oclockT11I ocloek1W
Thj f < at t hlO > > to 0 ordInary cut and dried driedaftafi driedataft driedafrafi
aftafi without u Hhut hut ilemeni of dance 4AngeL for the thehi theperro theperfo
perro r tkUJ tkt risk OC aerioLb rlo Injury Injurytenr injurytvtr
tenr j i KJvfl un fl txbibttJI exhibtlioi Hang Hvnanl Hanging
ing nl b ty hi 11 < f rt t from the bar of a slid slidH 8Ud1nl slidIng ¬
1nl t H z h t ti5 rld rides s 7M feet on a wire winsirr wirewth wirewth
wth irr rr Y4 < princinf from him In al alJinaUy alfr ald1re
d1re fr I JinaUy dlvlny dlvlft head rtrat into Intot
t t i jk which ihll fI111 111 be converted convertedSLI converted1rto convertedIrto
1rto SLI cL of lire lirei lireIf
1 If t i jtrfnafl5 > < rfurrnance rrmRnce is i a success it rill rillUVrinesday JU iilt
1 r t UVrinesday Wcn y and Saturday SaturdaytliU
lr t2t tliU tIll WC W WdC WdCaj K KHiiiiditii kal
aj Hiiiiditii J Idal1 has again a aCuthe aCuthen aecuntd cun d the theMli thervi
n rvi al Mli U 1 D Dleo Ace who wto will give alrer givei e ej
j i r 1 r I I14e Ud for life UI tomorrow tomorrowxVridnavday tOllltorrowftfM tomorrowafr
ftfM i xVridnavday dfteIcIayan4 and Saturday St1lrdaTof
of tll Voese AeM exhlbtions are free freef tr trto freetotli
to totli tll itthts f this resort resortSee resortSee MOrtSee
See Page Three Second Section Se < tion
Chamberlain Has Small SmallPlace SmallPlace SmallPlace
Place in Public Eye EyeOn EyeOn EyeOn
On Return eturn From Egypt Finds Himself Hope Hopelessly Hopelessly HopeIessy ¬
lessly Sidetracked From Current of Af Affairs Aff AffairsCampaign ¬
fairs f lirsCampaign Campaign Gone to Pieces I
LONDON Au Aug GEnglishmen 6IIEngUsb nen who whohave who whohave whohave
have been away for a Ii few months cx express cxpreas cxpress ¬
press amazement on their return at the themuch themuch themuch
much smaller place Joseph Chamber Chamberlain Chamberlain Chamberlain ¬
lain hold holds in the public eye eyeA e eyuA u uA
A year eer ago a he was vag as the dominating dominatingfigure dominatingdsure dominatingIlgure
figure in England and almost in Eu Europi Europl Europd
ropi Today Europe has almost forgot forgotten forgotten ¬
i ten him and in England he is regarded regardeda rQ an1ed
a 811 hopelessly sidetracked from the big bigcurrent bl bigcurrent t tI
current of affairs His coming out foi foiprotection j jprotection I Iprotection
I protection made a tremendous sensation sensatlonI sensationbut t tbut
I but though he captured c ptured the Consorva Consorvath Consorvativo
dc part party machinery he could not get gettM getthe
th tM voters There was no real sentiment sentimentin
in favor fa VOl of a change changeThen changeThen changeThen
Then at the critical moment Chamber Chamberlain ChamberJains Chamberlains ¬
lain Jains health broke down Without a asingle aslno asInge
single lieutenant of firstclass ability ablltt hit hitcampaign biucamlMdu hiscampaign
campaign went > nt to pieces Since his lti re return return return ¬
turn from Egypt h he has been be n unmioceM unmioceMfully UIUIll UIUIllfull unsucceasfully
fully full trying tryln to mend the breaks But ButIn ButI Butin
In recent r nt byelections the Conservative Conservativecandidates Conseratlceanclldatu Conservativecandidates
candidates would have none of him himI himCbertsey himChertsey
I I Chertsey Division was fought fou bt on the
issue of Chinese labor in South Africa Africaanfl Africaand I
and scarcely scarco a word was said about abouttariff abouttarUT abouttariff
tariff At last in the Oswestry Oswe tr Division DivisionChamberlain DhlslonChamberlain DivisionChamberlain
Chamberlain got ot the Conservative can candidate candidate candilate ¬
didate to stand fair and square for pro protection Ilrotootlon protection ¬
tection All the circumstances were in inhis Inhit inhis
his favor The he normal norma Conservative ma majoritv majority majority
jority was ItS a thousand and the majority majorityot
ot 0 the voters were country squires > > and andfarmers andfarmers andfarmers
farmers who are natural Tories and amiwhose andwhose andwhose
whose opinions o > lnlons chance ctuul e slowly slowlyOnly slowlyOnlr slowlyOnly
Only a 1 lew times In recent years e rs did didthe didthe didthe
the liberals IJI Liberals rIlJj take the trouble to contest contestthis contestthlt contestthis
this division dvl ilon ut all They regarded it as ashopeless 83hopelss ashopeless
hopeless Even in the present pret > cllt canvass canvassthe canVA8Sthe canvasstiLe
the voters did not dare to father around aroundthe aroundthe
the carts of the Liberal speakers until untilafter untilaftN untilafter I
after dark for fear they thc would wo ld be seen seenand seenand i iand
and arouse the anger of the squires squiresSmall SQuiresSmall suitesSmall
Small farmers were afraid to lend car carriages CMrrla ¬
riages rla to the Liberal candidates for fo the thesame thesame i iStlme
same reason but despite all the pressure pressurethat prei pressurethat ur urthflt
that could be brought to bear for Cham Chamberlain ChamberlaJn Chamberlain ¬
berlain and protection the district went wentLiberal wentLiberal wentLiberal
Liberal by b a majority of otChAm ofChamberlain 2SZ 2SZChamberlain
Chamberlain ChAm rlaln is now sixtyeight years yearsold yeuJIold yearsold
old in falling tallln health and it looks as if ifthe Itthe ifthe
the tide could scarcely rc ly turn in his favor favorin favorin avor avorIn
in his hi life Ire time
Paralysis Is Leaving Young ioug Philadelphia PhiladelphiaVon1an Woman as Re Result Result Resull ¬
sult of Surgical Feat FeatSh FeatShot Shot t by Jealous Suitor
PHILADELPHIA Pa l Auff uS C GSurg GSurgha 0Surgci Surg Surgery ¬
ery ci has ha effected a remarkable achieve achievement achievewent i imenl
went In n the case 011 of Clara Nicholas a ayoung j jyoung
young waitress whose spinal cord was waspierced waspierced I
pierced by a bullet fired by b a Jealous Jealouss jealousJJweethcart jealousweethcstrt
JJweethcart s we thcart as she was ieavlng her herplace herplace
place of employment in a Chestnut ChestnutStreet ChestnutStreet ChestnutStreet I
Street restaurant restaurantBelieved rOiftaurantneUeed restaurantBelieved
Believed to be a helpless cripple aa is the tbeltu thertsUt i in
n ltu rtsUt ut t of her injury the young YOOI1 woman womanIMS womanItas
IMS 1 shown such wonderful improvement improvementrecently Improement1eCtfDtly improvementrecently
recently that it Is I thought she will b bIn be beIn bein
In a short crt time recovered recov r completely conipletolyRecovers completGlRecovers completelyRecovers
Recovers Feeling FeelingMSss FeelingU Feelingias
MSss U ias Nicholas lchola has ba recovered feeling In Inher Inher inher
her lower limbs which had been para paralyzed parelyzed ¬
lyzed since > > Ine her injury She Is able abl to tostand tostnd
stand alone and < 00 walk about the house housewith houe1th housewith
with 1th the aid of a crutch wheel n 1 device deviceexpressly deviceeXp deviceexpressly
expressly eXp < < easl made for her She has for or the thelast theJWlt thelast
last several Sundays been attendingservices attendingservices
services at the Rptacopal Fpl copal Church of the theAtonement th theAtonement
Atonement AtonementROBERT AtonementRUBE1ITFLPATtill1
Popular Correspondent Wins Bride BrideFrom BridoFroI1 BrideFrom
From One of the Oldest Fami Families Families Faithlies ¬
lies of Virginia VirginiaA
A pretty wedding was wa that of M MMary MISS MISSMary 11 11Mary
Mary Custfe Cu tk Lee Carter to o iiobort llal llalsey Italsey
sey 7 Patuhln at her home it Eighteenth EighteenthStreet EighteenthStreet
Street yesterday afternoon Itt 5 eeloek eeloekthe oeloekthe oeioekthe
the Rev E S Dunlap curate of St StJohns SL SLJohn StJohns
Johns John Episcopal Epi copaJ Church officiating officiatingand ofJIclatlnCuncI otlicintingand
and James Tam T Williams mlam8 Jr acting us asbest usbeet
best man The bride was given away awayby awayby
by b Ira E Bennett an intimate friend friendof frJendot friendof
of the family familyAs famll famllAs familyAs
As the family of the bride is In mourn mourning mournlag ¬
lag I tins IlPewedding wedding e4dtn was a quiet one the theonly theonly theonly
only witnesses besides etI the wedding weddingparty weddingparty
party being beln the United Status District DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney and nd Xrs Beach etch the brother brotherinlaw brotherInlaw brotherInlaw
inlaw and sister of the bride Mr Mrs C CH Cir
H Patchln of o Des Moines oInes Iowa Ic Icw the themother themother
mother of the bridegroom Ira Halsey HalseyPatchln Hltl HltlPatchin 1alsqyPatchit
Patchln his hi brother and the Assistant AssistantSecretary AssistantSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury Robert B BArmstrong BArmstrong
Armstrong ArmstrongAn
An Informal dinner at the New Wil Wills Willard ¬
ls lard rd followed the ceremony ceremonyThe certmonyThe ceremonyThe
The bride is I the daughter of George GeorgeCarter Gear GearCarter GeorgeCarter
Carter of Leenburg > Va and a ael cousin cousinof Oust
of the late Gen Robert E Lee Her Herseveral lEerseveral
several years residence in Washington Washingtonhas Washingtonhas Mhingtonbaa
has won for her many warm friends friendsThe trit fziezidsThe > udl udlTht
The bridegroom hr1d room has tor several years yearsbeen yearsbeen yearsbeen
been a a member of the Washington ahln ton staff staffof alaJro etai etaiof
of o the New York Herald Iler tld and in the thesummer thefummer thesummer
summer months In charge < of the he bureau bureauhere bureauhere bureauhere
here His personality no less l than his hiswork hi hiork hiswork
work ork have ba ve won for him aLit enviable enviableposition enviableposition nvlahlepo8tUon
position among aunon Washington hlngtor corre correspondents correspondents correspondents ¬
spondents spondentsi
I Tooth ooth Brushes BrushesDainty BnishesDainty i it ii
i Dainty Perfumes j jSoaps iI jSoaps
I i Soaps Sponges Sponges0I j jBath IBath
I Bath Towels TowelsRubber TowelsRubber f fi
i A I Ii
i Rubber Sponges SpongesI I IBrushes iI
I T Tt
t Brushes and Mitts MittsToilet MittsToilet j ji
i Toilet oil e t Water WaterNail a ater te r 9 9t I INail
t Nail r ai1 Brushes BrushesI j jand i f
t and many other otherarticles otherarticles
i articles articlesOurs
i iIn
I Ours is I the most extensive stock utookin stockin
in WaHhin Washington Iu + hln ton and includes includeseverything Includ includeseverything t tevery
everything every thine that is bent The dis discomfort dt 4 4comforts
1 comforts of hot weather eather are ma matariaHy JUL i
4 tariaHy lH lessened ened if one ne has ha the theproper theL r
f L proper bathing and toilet requisites requisites1eu i iYou T
You 1eu will find them here at price pricethat Pricesthat lrlco lrlcothat
+ that are famously low lowMandoline l lowI w t tJ
J I Mandoline will be almost almostindispensable almostindispensable J JI
indispensable if you are go going ¬ f
ing to the country or sea seashore seashore J Jshore
I shore It keeps ke ps the skin soft softand soft softT softand
T and smooth 25c bottle bottle7lfll1 t fWi11iarnsDre
f I
WII Wi11iarnsDre Wi11iarnsDreCorner 7lfll1 0imc Temple
W I I iiiaiTlS IainS Drugstore DrugstoreCorner Drug Store Storei +
i Corner 9th and F Fs I i it ic t
c s U
Miss ilis Nicholas lcholas was shot January SI l
1901 001 by b an unuuccesful suitor The Thecraztd Th Therattl Thecrazed
crazed admirer then turned the wClJOn wClJOnn weaion9fl sven > on onon
on 9fl n himself and committed Huicfde The Theinjured ThcInJurld Theinjured
injured girl was as taken to the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pcnnsyiania Pennsyivania ¬
vania ania Hospital where it was found that thather thlther thtther
her spinal cord had been pierced by the thebullet thebullet thebullet
bullet She remained unconscious icr icrnearly fcrnearly r rnearly
nearly a week and the attending physi physicians phylclAns phyalclans ¬
clAns expected her to die dieOperation dieOperation dieOperation
Operation Performed PerformedAn PerformeAn
An operation was decided upon by the thephysicians thephysicians thephysicians
physicians and Dr Frances P Stewart Stewartperformed Stewartpertormed Stewartperformed
performed the task The spinal cord cordxvas curtiwas cordWas
was severed The shattered bones were wererfcmoxed werer wereremoved
removed r moed and the cord was wa sewed to together tosether together ¬
gether with gold old thread threadMuch thrndaMuch threadsMuch
Much interest in the cue was mani manifested man mantest mantfested ¬
fested test by surgeons throughout the thecountry thecOl1ntr thecountry
country cOl1ntr For nearly two years ears Ml MlNicholas Miss MissNicholas Jtq JtqNicholas
Nicholas lay helpless on a cot in the thehospital thehOlpttal thehospital
hospital paralysed from the waist down downand downand Jownand
and unable to move She remained In Inthe Inthe inthe
the hospital until last October when she shewas shewa shewas
was wa removed to her home homeMajor bomeDETAIL homeRETAIL
I Major Philippe Chief With Two Assist Assistants AssistantsEighteen AssistantsEighteen ¬
ants antsEighteen Eighteen Commissioned Men Menand Menand Menand
and Large L rge Field Corps CorpsDetails CorpsDetKJI CorpsDetails
Details for the medical force at the theManns thelsnn theMannasas
Manns Mannasas lsnn as maneuvers have been n con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
cluded cludedMajor cludedI eludedMajor
Major IMjor John L Philippe will be chief chiefsurgeon chle chleurstOn chiefsurgeon
I surgeon > > Major James D Glennan will willbe willon willb4
be b4 on duty dut at one of the division head headquarters headquarterH headquarters ¬
quarters and Major ajor H S T Harris at atthe ati atthe
i the other In addition to the medical of ofcer orcer
cer detailed i from the Atlantic 1 ti Division Divisionthe Divisionthe j i I II
the commiaeioned personnel of the corps corpswill corpsm corpsIil
I will m be called on for eighteen surgeon surgeonBesides J surgeonsBesides + urtreonBesides
Besides the hospital corps from rom the theAtlantic theAtlancic theAtlantic
Atlantic Division eighteen elbht n noncommis noncommissioned noncom noncommisslotted mAs mAsaloned ¬
slotted officers and elghtvtwo privates privatesfront Jrlvl privatesfront to totrona
front the Departments of or the Missouri Missourithe Missourithe Missourithe
the Lakes and Texas rexs will be on duty at atMxnassac at1Iana atMa
Mxnassac MxnassacNey 1Iana 1IanaXe Ma nassas nassasNe
Ney Xe material and new methods will willbe wll wllbe willbe
be tested by the medical corps at the theVirginia theI theVirginia
I Virginia maneuvers The pack mule will willbe wU wUI wIibe
I be tested in carrying regimental re1m ntal dress dressIng drcasIn dressS
S Ing In to the front ront and patent hOlipltai hospitaltents hospital hospitallent
lent tents will be given 1 eu a thorough trial trialUNITED trialI trialUNITED
BAR HARBOR Me Aug 6 ItThe ItTheI Thc ThoUnited ThcI
I United States ships lllnaea lIlnne04polis polls Co Columha Crand Columbla
lumha and Prairie arrived here this thismorning thiamornlnK thinmorninK
morning from the coaling station > > ut utLixmoiiu tatLmoiza
Lixmoiiu They The will stay I > until Monday Mondaywhen Ionda Mondawhen Iondawhfn
when they the will proceed proct > ed westward
No Official Information on onRailroad onHaHroad onRailioad
Railroad Question QuestionHIS
Many Think Commissioners Will Ap Appeal Appeal Appeal ¬
peal to Congress for Authority to toControl toContrcl toContrcl
Contrcl Railroad Schedules SchedulesComment SchodulesComment SchedulesCoztment
Comment of an extensive and uncom uncomplimentary u uneomphinientary ¬
plimentary nature has been caused cISusedamong < tWJeCl tWJeClamon j jamong
among amon clncial circles at the District DistrictBuilding DistrictBuilding
Building by the thu failure of George 11 11Harries IIHarrk 11ifurries I
Harries superintendent of the George Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town and Tenleytown Railroad Coni Coniptiny Conipany
ptiny phn to respond rtltPoud to Engineer Commi Commiatoner Commbtittoner ontm1s ontm1sioner
atoner Biddies second request for in information IntormaUon intormation ¬
formation concerning cOllcercln the promised pron Nd J bet betterment te teterutont ¬
terment of r the service afforded the thetraveling th thetraveling I
traveling tra ellng public by the company which whichGeneral j jGeneral i iGeneml
General Harries controls controlslhlrteen controlsThirteen j
Thirteen days day > have h vc passed since Cot Co l I Ionel I IOnet
onel Biddlc Bid lc repeated hit request that thattho thatthu
thu information mentioned be submit submitted submittcd ¬
tcd to the District Commissioner The Theflint Thefist rhednt
flint request for the data WAS mailed manedtwctty mailedtwentyeight j
twentyeight twctty ight days daJ ago The result r lt of ofthese oflhetie ofthese
these courteous inquiries has been a ablank ablnuk ablank
blank and unbroken silence silenceNo allenceNo silenceNo
No Official Information InformationSo
So far fa r as the Commissioners know knowthe knowthe knowthe
the schedule and general service of the theTenleytown theTenlelown theTenleytuwn
Tenleytown Railway Ralha may be as bad badand badand badatid
and unsatisfactory as ever Xo sign wlgnhu signhits j
has been made that the hearing granted grantedthe gnlntedth grantedthe
the th residents r ldentaJ along Iong the Tenleytown TenleytownKoad fenaeytownhood J
Hood in regard e rd to the poor transport transporttioit tramportAUon transportation
tioit afforded Rttord them has resulted in any anyAt an anchange anychange
change In the conultlons complained of ofAt ofAt
At the hearing leartn James B Lackey Lacke sec secretary sacretary 0 0retary ¬
retary of o the company promt promised j that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the improvement asked for would oukl be begrantee begranleo begrantee
grantee granteeThe granleoThe granteeThe
The censure of General Harries neg ¬
lect In the matter of answering Colonel ColonelKiddies Colon ColonelBaddes l lHlddits
Kiddies two letters arises from the fact factthat factthat act actthat
that it is thought the railway official officialhas omdalhali offtclalhas
has shown too great Indifference to the thewishes thewl thewlhe
wishes wl bcii of the th governing authorities of ofthe otthe ofthe
the District DistrictIt Districtit
It Is pointed l > olnted out that this is the first firstInstance ftratbutance lirstinstance
Instance so 0 far as can be found of a acommunication ncornmunlcation acommunication
communication of this kind from the theCommissioners theCommh theCommissioners
Commh Commissioners loncra being completely ignored ignoredIt
It Is true say ay the critics that the thecharter thecharter thecharter
charter of the railway company while whileit whileIt whileit
it provides that the schedule of cars carsoperated car caroperattd earsoperated
operated shall not be put Into effect effectuntil ertectunt1l effectuntil
until it has received the approval of the theCommissioners theCommluloncrs theCommissloncrs
Commissioners does not contain a pan panally p penalLy n naay
ally clause by which the Commissioners Commissionersconld Commlalonercoldd Commissionerscotaid
conld enforce the provision provisionA proIoA
A Better Policy PfllicyNevertheless PelicyXevertbete PolicyNevertheless
Nevertheless s it is argued the sub submission submon submission ¬
mission mon of the desired Information to tothe tc tcthe tothe
the Commissioners could have ba ve done no noharm noharm noharm
harm and anI would have ba e been more in inkeeping Inkeeptnl inkeeping
keeping with good taste and would ouJd have haveevinced havbe1ncecf haveevinced
evinced a desire on the part of the t rail railway milW railway ¬
way W officiate to try to ptese both the theCommissioners theCommlalalontr theCommissioners
Commissioners and the patrons of the theroad theroad
road roadThe roadThe roadThe I
The principal topic of discussion in inconnection Inconneetton I
connection o with lt the affair at pros present proseat ¬
eat is what b action in the matter matterwill matterwill r I Iwill
will be taken by the Engineer Commis Commissioner Commiaabner ¬
sioner slon r upon his return from his hi vaca vacation Vltcatlon vacation ¬ j
tion which will last until the latter part partof partof
of this tht month The general opinion opinionthat te tethat isthat
that the Board of Cominlssonent ommllIOn r wilt wiltrequest wintht willroqtcet I
request tht Congress Con1e during durin < < the next sea session ae aeton seaStoti ¬
sion ton to o pass pa 8 a bit compelling < the rail railway railwa railway ¬
way wa companies cmpan to submit in a measure measureto measureto I
to a discretionary authority authortt on the part partof partthe partof
of the Commissioners CommissionersIt I IIt
It is thought now that General Har Harries liarrica ¬ i irleR
rica will 111 not respond at all to Colonel ColonelBiddles ColonelBiddies I
Biddies communications a as he has al allowed allowl allowad ¬
lowed lowl so much time to pass without withouthaving withouthaving I IJ
J having done so The result r sult is that th thletters thletter the theletters
letters from the Commissioner Comml loner have met metwith metwith metwith
with no perceptible consideration considerationUTILE coftkleraUonUTILE considerationUTILE
The ITtile Dulce Socletas held eld it itregular Its Itsrfgular haregular
regular monthly meeting Thursday eveii eveiiing eveuI evetaing
I ing at the home of II I Scott jr 207 207Ninth Aj AjInth 7 7Ninth
Ninth Inth Street southwest The parlors parlorsvere parlorsre parlorsWere
Were re artistically arU UcaUy decorated in pink and andKreen 80m 80mrf andgrEen
grEen rf > n the color of the society societwSth societwStht societywiththe with withthe
the t f university banner bannerThe banoeItLThe bancersThe
The meeting was w called to order Ord 1 by byPresident byPrPlttdent byPresident
President J T R Biggs After the trans transaction tralUlectlon teamsaction ¬
action of the business of the evening the theguests tit titb theguests
guests b f1itJI were invited to the dining room roomwhere rooJnwhere roomwhere
where a an elaborate menu m nu had been pre prepared prerr prorUared ¬
pared rr d The same sam color scheme IIChemeIlrominent was wasprominent wasprominent
prominent here as in the other rooms roomsihe roomsthe roomsthe
the table being banked with pink car carnations carnation carnations ¬
nations and ferns fernsA ftrnsA fernsA
A well prepared paper entitled Scion Scientific Sclntide Sciontifie ¬
tide Progress PrQ8reta was rend and discussed discussedA
A rising vote vet ot of thanks was WI extended to tothe tolhe tothe
the host Among those present wEre weTPJ w
J 1 R Riggs W R Barnesoy Uleaby II S SKorrer SI SFerrer
Korrer torrtr H A Meye4 II V Johnson T TII TII TII
I II Leg L Legg < S K b T Sttiihenson Stt1Jhfn on H 1 Scott ScottW ScottO Scottv
W v O Thom 8 and J W V Taylor Ta lor
4 + G4 S S C C + + + + ese4GG4o4s4e4 4 + + + + + + O + + O OAs
If As pure as mother r rt made it1 it1The it itThe
+ The Success of ofIs ofMOTtl ofI
i Is Due to Its Merit MeritThere 1 1There
4 There is no other bread like it Theres no noother noother
other bread made under such circumstances circumstanceswhere circumstanceshere circumstanceswhere
I where here such care is displayed displayedvhere where such suchfacilities suchI suchfacilities
I facilities are called into playIt play playWe playVe
We Ve test all ingredients used tlsedchemical1y chemically or microscopi microscopically mkroscopicallyand ¬ t tcallyand
It + cally callyand and determine their merit ai and > d worth as bread pro producers producers ¬
i + ducers We mix the dough in patent mixers of our own that thatdevelop thatdevelop thatdevelop
develop 20 per cent more gluten in it than is possible by any anyother anyothcr anyother
other means meansWe meansVe meansWe
We Ve raise all dough in a fermenting room that th lt is under undertemperature undertemperature undertemperature
temperature control We know what temperature gives best bestresults bestresults bestresults
results and by means of heating and refrigerating pipes obtain obtainthat obtainthat
that temperature all the yearround yearvroundThese yearroundThese yearroundThese
These are but a few points that contribute contributeto
to the perfection reached in Mothers Bread Breadand Breadand t tand
and theyre unique here Order Mothers MothersBread MothersBread MothersBread
Bread of o your grocer grocerCorbys grocerI grocerCorbys
I Corbys Modern Bakery I
4 0 C a C a a a a 0 o 0 0
Cuban CubctnCurrency Currency Gives GivesCustoms GivesC1Istoms GivesCustoms
Customs Clerks a Chill ChillProcess ChillProcess ChillProcess
Process of Figuring Invoices Made Out in inPesos inPesos inPesos
Pesos Into United United States Money Gives GivesMany GivesMany GivesMany
Many Bad Half Hours
The variegated system tem ot o currency currencythat currencythat I I
that prevails in II Cub Cu Cuba ha baa alvan eft th thTreaaui the theTreasuay I
TreeulT Treaaui y Department a and d ha represen representatives repre representatives n ntaUve ¬
tatives in this dt country eountr considerable considerabletrouble COAtd considerabletrouble erable i itrouble
trouble In a strict sense no definite definitestandard definitestandard I Istandard
standard or value has be DeeD n adopted by bythe bythe bythe
the Cuban government and the compli complications eomPncation eontpllestlons ¬
cations that bav have ensued ue4 have been al almost almoat 1 1most ¬
most innumerable innumerableAssistant InnumerableAItarot InnumerableAshstait
Assistant Secretary Stefttal Seci tai ot tbeTreuury the Treasury C CII CH
II 1 1 Keep K p replying to a communication communicationfrom e Communicationfrom > > DmIcaUonfrorn
from the Auditor for the Treasury rcaury De Department Departmflnt Dcpartmsnt ¬
partment has ba8 rendered red an opinion on onthis ontb18 onthis
this vexed subject It will control the thedepartments thedepartment thedepurtmczats
departments agents a fnta and Trill probably
be followed follaT 4J by or those having financial financialrelations ftnanela1relations financialrelations
relations with the Island of Cuba CubaPractice CubtPractice CubaS
S Practice ia Ctibc CtibcThe Ct Cuba CubaThe o oThe
The Assistant Secretary Sec tary says saysThe saysThe y yThe
The department in in receipt of your yourletters yourletter yourletters
letters of May 21 and 27 lost relative to tothe tothe I
the praetJ practice e at various ports HIt8 in reducing reducingto
to United States money the currency currencyof
of Invoices from Cuba CubaYou CubaTou
You state tate that such invoices are aremade aremade aremade I
made cut au Un in dollars doila of the theiJuited United State Sta tes or orin orfn orin
in Spanish gold oId er r Cuban peso that thatit thatit
it is the practice at many ports to re reduce reduce en enduca ¬ I
duce both Spanish 1 gold < < oUT 114 and Cuban Cubanpesos Cubanpesos
pesos on such invoices to United State Statemoney Statemo Statesmone I
money mo mone at 0926 t21 that at Pittsburg and andvarious andvarious
other port por porte pursuant to stag suggestions staggestlons ugI ugIIon ¬
gestions Ion from your office entries made madeupon madeupon madeupon
upon invoices mode out In Spanish gold goldpesos goldpesos I IpetIOlI
pesos in the original liquidation of ofwhich ofwhich i iwhich
which such currency was reduced at stio9 i
io9 0936 have been en reiiquidated re Jquldated and then thenthe thenthe
the currency curICtJlC of the Invoice reduced reducedthereon redueectthereon reducedthereon
thereon at C09G5 aD and you request that thatsuch thatsuch I
such instructions may be issued a as will willrender 1I1Urtnder ulurender
render the practice at the various port portin potta pottain i iIn
in reducing the currency of such invoices invoicesuniform invoicesuniform i iuniform
uniformThe uniform uniformThe I
The department is advised IUIvt ed by the theDirector theDirector I
Director of the Mint that in a strict strictsense strictsense I ISeRge
sense no definite standard of value has hasbeen hasbeen I Ibeen
been adopted ado l by the Cuban government governmentTEM governmentTE I
Postmaster Po tmaster General Orders Employee to toGive toGive 1 1Give
Give Security in the t e A Aoent Aoentof 1Rotnt 1Rotntof o nt ntof
of ioeeo x Each BachWithin EachWlthln EachWithin
Within the next xt month 18 1000 nXftf ent entpIQy empQyas m mplojras
plojras pIQy pQyas ot th UM Poto Po PoatoMas toftlce ce Department wilt wiltnave wIIfkaye willhave
nave have to give tve bond in the theuaa sum g of ofto 110400 110400to l1C fJIO
to Uncle Saw sa Iua for Or the faithful perform perfomvance performLore
Lore e of th t1r ir duties OutiwThe cbtU cbtUThe dutiesThe
The order requiring requI this new state ate of ofthings ofthtnp ofthings
things was Issued isiued yesterday afternoon afternoonby afteoonby afternoonby
by Postmaster Po t General G Obiteralapplies 1tera1 Payne and U Uapplies Itapplies
applies particularly to the railway pc pctal pea 1C8tal pea1a1
tal clerks clerksFAch clerksEach
Each clerk must pay the 1emhll 1emhllquJrecl premiums ye yeltircd
quJrecl ltircd for the fixing up of the bond bondnda bonds bondand3 bondsknda
knda > nda of two or more clerks may b bgiven be beshen begiven
given on one n of < 1f the blanket form which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the department has prepared for use un under under under ¬
der the new order orderi Od orderDELANY 1
MANCHESTER N H Aug CAe CAecording 4According Ac According ¬
cording to an official cablegram receiv received reeehed reeeivott ¬
ed here today from Rome the Rv Re < Y J JR JR JR
R Dehiny ha has uuJ been appointed appolnt > tf Btabopof Bishopof Bishop Bishopof
of the Roman Catholic Church of the thediocese thediocese thediocese
diocese of New Hampshire HampshireLANSBURGfi Hump HampshireLANSBURGH hlre hlreI
that the official money mone of the country countryia
In which duties and taxes are levied leviedi leviedUnted leviedIa
Ia i Unted States currency that Spanish Spanishad Spanishand
and ad French gold coin C coins IN are the common commoncommercial commoncommercial conimoncommercial
commercial money mone of the west end tul of ofI orthe ofthe
I the Intend and zad United State currency currencyof Cl1rr currencyof nc nct
of t the east end d that three unit of ofvalue ofvalue I I1ue
value 1ue ar a ats commercially employed viz vizthe vizthe Iz Iztlte
the tnlted States dollar the tb Spanish Spanishpe SpanishIeMta SpanishVeaeta
pe IeMta ta and the Cuban peso the last lasti mstnamecl lastnamed
i named not being a coin but the uplt upltof UIJtot uttof
of account unt used at Havana and In its itsvicinity itsvchlty itsvicinity
vicinity vchltyThe vicinityThe vicinityThe
The Director of the Mint made Ms Msestimate Mslimat lsestimate
estimate limat of the values of foreign coins coinsfor coinsfor coinsfor
for the th quarter commencing April I IUICW
1904 and the same sa W were duly pro proclaimed proclallDEd proclaimed ¬
claimed by the tt I > Secretary > ental of the Treas Treasury Treuur TreasUry ¬
ury ur Such b values so estimated and pro proclaimed procJahned proclaimed ¬
claimed ar are presumed to be correct and andmust andmust
must lIIu be followed by collectors of cus customs cusWIltS custozats ¬ I
toms tomsIn WIltSIn tozatsIn
In the th estimate and proclamation of ofthe otthe ofth
the th values of foreign Con coins oins lns above ye referred yed yeforrod ¬
ferred d to lOt the Cuban peso and Spanish Spanishpeseta SDln Spanishpeseta h hpeRm
peseta are fourd to be standard coins coinsand coIn colasstud
and the former is I valued at S093B 101 8 and andthe andthe nd ndter
the latter ter at 2011 > 111 in United States Statesmoney StatesBasis Statesmoie
moie money
Basis of Invoices InvoicesThe InvoicCGThe InvoicesThe
The Invoices in question were made madeGut
1 1out out in values lues stated to be cither clth r Cuban Cubanor Cubanor Cubanor
or Ejwnish E tnlah cold indicated by the mark
1 which is commercially employed to toindicate toindicate toIndicate
indicate the Spanish S 5peset peseta ta piece or orpeso orpeso orpeso
peso and the Cuban peso etIO as well a as the thedollar thedollar thedollar
dollar of the United States StatesThe sbtes sbtesThe StatesThe
The Spanish SftBl h peso pe o ia not found by the theDirector theDirector
Director of the Mint to be a standard standardcoin standardcoin
coin of Cuba and the same would wouldtherefor
therefore be subject to a consular cer certificate certlftcAteof ¬
tificate tlftcAteof of depreciation If it be in fact factdepreciated
1 depreciated de ecillted In the absence of such con consufar consular
sufar suIaI certificate however depreciation depreciationcannot deprect depreciationcannot ntJoo ntJoocaaaot
cannot be aaauroed and such coin must muxtbe mWitbe mustbe
be considered ns n of the full value of ofpesetss 3 3pesetas
pesetas or iO906 iO906rhe b9fi b9fiThe 0965 0965The
The department is therefore of the theopinion theopinion
opinion that invoices Inyot e from Cuba made madeout madeIn madeout
out in Cuban pesos should houl be reduced to toUnited toCnlted tornlted
United States money 10n y of account at ntnG
90926 nG that being the proclaimed value valuethereof valuethereof alue
thereof and that such Invoices made madeout madeout madeout
out in Spanish gold pesos should be re reduced ivduced ¬
duced to J099M J099MJOiS L90 L90ifflIAS D950 D950JONAS
No Indictment Found Against Him in inBiddlc inBiddle inBiddle <
Biddle Assault Case and He HeIs HeIs HeIs
Is Dismissed DismissedMOUNT Disnrl DismissedMOUNT ed edMOUNT
MOUNT HOLLY N J T Aug 6 GBe GBeere 6Befcv Be Becr
fcv ere cr Judge Gasklll Ga ktll here this morning morningSrmuel morningrmuel
Srmuel tormu rmuel I Sims father lath < < ot Jonas Sim Sims one oneOf oneof oneof
Of the assailants of Mrs lL Chares Diddle Diddleand Diddleand Biddleand
and arrested a as accessory was discharg discharged ¬
ed from Jail No hWBciment against him himhas himbas himhas
has been found foundJoseph foundTo foundJomph
Joseph To ph and Israel TJnfbors T fbers and Horace HoraceRobinson HoraceRobinson HoraceRobinson
Robinson the other accessories will be betried betrle4 betried
tried on Thursday Avguet A1f U8t 11 11Craig 11Craig 11Craig
Craig Talman a brother of Mrs Bid Biddie BIdclle Biddie
die wa war an interested spectator at tie tieproceedings t1eInp tieprocedIns
proceedings Inp A number of the prison prisoners prisoner prisonera ¬
ers er negro friends from Burlington w were werealso PIe PIerJesen re realso
also present t There were no signs of ofJEWELS o od oJEWELS ofdISorder
d dISorder dISorderJEWELS rJesen
NEW N Y YORK Aug gThe The Campania Campanlawhich Campaniawhich Campaniawhich
which arrived today brought diamonds diamondsrubies diamondsruble diamondsrubles
rubies and other precious stones to the thevalue thevalue thevalue
value of Js 4i < They The were consigned to todealers todealers todealers
dealers in Now ew York YorkLANSSURGH YorkLANSBURGH
II Womens Tan Covert CovertV CovertCloth I IIi
Ii V Cloth Jackets JacketsFor >
I For Cool Summer nrnmer Nights at Home HomeFor HomeI HomeFor
I For 5eashore and Mountain Wear WearLate WearLate
I Late spring and early summer styles If you do not mind that thatfact thatfact thatfact
fact you can save half beside theie the e is little difference if any between betweenthem betweenthem
them and the newest ne est autumn styles We Ve marked them all at just half halfformer halfformer
former prices and at the present figure you vou certainly should have one oneAll oneAll oneAll
All sizes es 32 to 44
1 The 500 Jackets now Dw250 Dw250I now250The 250 250The
The 750 Jackets now now375 now375The now375The 375 375The
The 1 000 Jackets now now500 now500The1250 500 500The
The Thc1250 1250 Jackets now 625
A slight charge for alteration if any anyOur anylOur anyOur
lOur Our August Sale of ofBedwear ofI ofBedwear
I Bedwear Is Still On OnAre
Are you fully equipped If iot this sale sue is afoot to aid you in inproviding inproviding inproviding
providing the needs at unusually lev k w cost Here are some facts
350 White WhiteBlanket WhiteBlanket Vhltelanket
Blanket 279
450 White WhiteBlanket hite hiteBlanket ltiteBlanket
Blanket 379 379J19
119 Silkoline SilkolineComfort SilkolineCom SilkolineComfort98c
Comfort Com Comfort98c fort 98c
400 White WhiteBlanket WhiteI3lnnkct VhitelI1nket
Blanket lI1nket 339
600 AllWoo AllWooBlanket AII AllWoolBlanket oo ooBlanket
Blanket 490 490I 490S
S 125 Crochet CrochetQuilt CrochetQuilt
I Quilt 100 I
80c 0c Crochet CrochetQuilt Crochct150 f
Quilt 69c I
150 Fringed FringedQuilt FringedQuilt
Quilt 125 I
239 Satin SatinQuilt Slt n nQuilt
Quilt 189 1 9
I 50c Tangier Silks and Mercerised IVlercerizedMadras 1lercerizedMadras 1lercerizedMadrasarid Madras Madrasand I Iand
and Poplins 37ic 37icColors 37 37cColors c cColors
Colors pink light li ht blue nile violet champagne champa e mode and black blackentirely blackentirely blackentirely
entirely new for shirt waist suits and waists
25c White Pique 19c 19cS
28 S inches wide medium and wio wiocords wide wIciecorda widecords >
cords for skirts k1rts and fall anita anital9c uit uit19c ulu ulu19c
19c Silk Gauze 12 l2c l2cNot 12cot I2cNot
Not ot mercerissed In all the even evening e evsning n nIng ¬
ing shades MM 5 Well eehi as a white HIM HIMblack Mud nodblack
The 1500 Jackets now750 now750The now75OThe
The 650 Jackets now 825 825The 825The 825The I
The 1750 17 50 Jackatsnow Jackotsuow875 Jackotsuow875The lack ts now875 now875The 875 875The
The 1950 1 Jackets now now975 S975 975 I
ISc White hlte India Linen 12 12c l2cSC 12css
SC inches Inch 8 wide Ide a bountiful sheer sheerquality tIherqUltllt1 heorquhlty I
quality quality33c quhlty33c
33c French Organdy 25c 25cPlaincolored 25cPlaincolored
Plaincolored Plalncolo retl French Orzundio kCtolll rgandie 6C 6Cincb OCinc lItinches
incb inc inches wide color 1Ololitptnk pink light Uht blue bluered bluered bluered
red violet gray sr J and canary cnnar 25c 25cyard 2icyard 25cyard
30c and 40c 40cWhite White Goods 25c 25cWhite 25cWhite
White French Lawn Batiste and Persian Lawn Lawn32 32 42 and 48 48inches 48inches 48inches
inches wide reduced to 25c yard yar yarLANSBURGli yardLANSBURGH
420426 Seventh St 417425 Eighth St StT
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tree redU for All Washington WashingtonStore WatI1ftoltore Wasitlagiostorc
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entire en ft stock of new Carpets CarpetsRugs Carpcur CarpcuRup CarpetsRugs r
Rugs also Mattings dattt Oil Cloths CtotlwLinoleums Clotl ClotlI ClotlLlnolltUlD8 ClothsLinolasuans
Linoleums GoCarts Baby Car Carriages Carrtaea ar arriages
riages Ice Cheats and Refrigar Refrigarators R Ratora RdTIgrstora
ators at an unusual savntg saving end endon LadtJ rjtdU
tJ U on credit terms arranged to suit suityour suityoui
your convenience conveul nce weekly wedEl > or ermonthly orrnont orJ
J monthly rnont hi No notes no Interest InterestWe taterestWe ttert ttertWe
I We will make the Carpet up now nowand aowand nowb
b and lay them the on your floor UU UUer latat W Wera
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