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THE lJJ WASHINGTON V TIMES TUESDAY TPESDAYJULY Y JULY 24 1906 HJO
RS 8 they tht > y do to cities itIa handling ten tmas tmasor tmeor tmasor
or a 1 hundred hundr times tl dqr ir buain business Wlieo Wlieowe Wl Wbowe l1 l1we
we furnish t lnih the tl freight the railroads Uroada will wint willlip willh
t lip h > < > reasonably l asei4 sure to furnish furnl the ta facilities tailitlell tadilttIe ¬
cilities to handle it itWould ItWould ItWould
Would Show the Railroad RailroadMy RailmadlMy RaflreadMy
My plan of o a party of traveling men menIs menIs lfleflIs
Is designed to furnish the railroads rihosdswell as aswell Uwell
well as the merchants throughout our ourterritory ourterritory ourtrrLtory
territory an object leMon eon to t tVashingtcan what whatWashington whAtashington
Washington can accomplish The men menwho menwhu nenwho
who r Jim ypn m railroads ri tr adll all 11 trace trllccttbelr their an ancestry ancest ancestry ¬
cestry cest ry back to Missouri iieourI and require requireconviction reQlree requIrecnvIetion
conviction e nvlrtion They Tl are very little ttle im impressed Imflres hapresaed ¬
pressed flres ed It thy are Impressed at all allby allby
by loud talking and vain repetitions repetitionsThey repeUUonsThey repeUtlonSThey 1
They have lave to be shown shownI
I want to show them It the other otheriohherM ottwrhher
jf iohherM fhrr4 will cooperate cooperatewe we will give givethe giVethe hf hft I
the t h > merchants and the railroad a taste tasteof taster i if
of f r our mettl mett It will 111 do Washington Washingtonroor bl ton I Imort
roor < real g od > than anything I can canthink canthink j
think of at his time I
WORKERS NAMED NAMEDON i iON
ON COMMITTEES COMMITTEESPartial
Partial List Made Up by the theJobbers theJobbers theJobbers
Jobbers and Shippers ShippersAssociation ShippersAssociation ShippersAssociation
Association
i
Three ot f the important hiportD p rtaa standing Maftdlng eom eommitteea oommittete eomThittees
mitteea of the Jobbers Jobbe aM Shippers ShippersAssociation ShipperAssotiatlon ShippersAssociation
Association of Washington were named namedyesterday namedyceterday Met Metyetltprday
yesterday afternoon at the meeting Ing of ofthe orthe ofthe
the board of directors held ekI in the ttu ot office otnef1o ot1iee ¬
nef1o fice ot the American Security and andTruet andTrust andTruet
Truet Company The appointment of ofthtse ofth ofthtse
thtse th t > committees marks a greftl ad adtnoe a4llIce adt
> tnoe t lIce ce in the campaign for the extension extensionof
of I 4 the citys ctty wholesale trade tradeThe tra4leThe tradeThe
The committees named were W those on onfreight Oftfreight onfreight
freight publicity and finance They Theywere Thywere nMFwere
were not n > t completed for the directors directorsthought directorllthought directorsthought
thought it advisable to await the return returnto returnt returnto
t to the city of the president of the as association a afloda ccSWItiOfl ¬
sociation floda lion Charles J Bell who is now nowin nowj flOWin
in j in n Maine The chairman of the com committees committees coinmitteoc ¬
mittees were not named either ther these theseItosts the theseposte e e105t5
Itosts 105t5 being left to be filled lIeel by 1 > > Mr Bell BellHe BellII Beltlie
He II p Is expected to make such uch additions additionsas Idona Idonaas
as he desires d to the appoint appointments menu made madeyesterday lftAdeyesterday madeyesterday
yesterday
Committee l Appeinted AppeintedThe
The committee were made up p yester yesterday yMlerday yesteeday ¬
day as follows followsFreight followFrelgbt followsFreight
Freight committee eoMmitt cominltteCkaries Charles CbaJi D Sem Semmea Semmes Scmmes
mes of the SemmesKeiley Co B Eo 11 HI 11IJroop 11Droop
I Droop roop of E Eo F 11 Droop A Sons SouB B B BKarnshaw Btarnsha BEarnehaw
Karnshaw of B B Baraahaw A A Bro BroE BroE Br BrE
E 13 Adams Ada of the E B Adams Com Company ComIan Cornpany ¬
pany Ian B gL Graves of the Havenner HavennerBaking HavennerBaking Havennerahkng
Baking ahkng Company B W Guy of Guy Guycurran Guylurran Guyurran
curran urran A Co CoA F P tay a of F P May MayCo da daCo
A Co R P Andrews of the R P An Andrews Andrews Andrws ¬
drews Paper Company F E Graham Grahamf
of f the Armour Packing Company COM W S SHoge SIIoge SJioge
Hoge of the Hoge A 1 McDowell Co T TJ TJ 1 1J
J Mayer of William Oak A A Bra Lee LeeL LeeL LeeL
L Herrell of the L 1 L J Herrell Co W WS WS WS
S Corby of Corby Brothers kotb Colin H HLivingstone HLIingIJtone HLivlngstone
Livingstone of the American National NationalBank NationalBank NationalBank
Bank J B BKendall Kendall James L 1 Owens OwensMonrewj Ow OwIonrfj OwensMnnrcw
Monrewj Lucite vice president of thf thfYasnlotfton tMWasnl1jllon th thVasnLston
Yasnlotfton Tobacco Company B J JKellcy JKelh T TKpl1tY
Kellcy Kelh y of the SeramesKelley Company CompanyJamei CoMpanyJameJ CompanyJanle3
Jamei Stoddard of the Cook A Stod StodclarJ Sto4jarj Stoditarl
clarJ Co CoPublicity CoPu CoPu
Publicity Pu lIclty committee rolftmttteeHonorary Honorary memhrs mem memrs
1 hrs > rs Thomas C Noyea the Star Ed Edgar EdRat Edgat ¬
gar D Shaw The Times W H Hunt Huntfr Huntr
fr r the Post Active members Monroe MonroeTuchs MonroeLuebs MonroeTucts
Tuchs treasurer of the association associationCharles auoclaUonharles assoelationharles
Charles harles E Howe secretary > > of the as association aasodaUon associatton ¬
sociation J L L Tucker of the Star StarKdwin StarEdwin StarEdwin
Edwin Ryals of The Times Tlm Wood Woodworth Woodwnrth Food Foodworth
worth Clum of the Post H C C CStiles CStilH CStiles
Stiles of the Maurice > > urlce Joyce Engraving EngravingCompany EaaravlncCompany EngravingCompany
Company F M Finley of F H Finley FinleySons FinleySons FinleySons
Sons Eugene M Tilden of Lamb LambTiiden A ATiiden It ItTilden
Tiiden TiidenFinance TiidenFinance TildenFinance
Finance committee commltteeCharl Charles J Sell Sellpresident Bellprsldent 1I 1Ilnsldent
president of the American Security and andTrust ancITrust andTrust
Trust Company Milton E Aiies vice vicepresident vicelItsldent vicelrsIdent
president of Riggs National Bank B BF BF BF
F Saul president of the Home Savings SavingsBank Savin SavinBank SavingsBank
Bank
Organize for Business BusinessThe Btl8 BniiomThe cOM cOMThe
The committees will all organise or in informally informally Informally ¬
formally In the course of a few days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The freight committee will Inaugurateat Inaugurate
at a t once an fl active campaign for the im improvement Imflruvement tinpruvement ¬
provement of freight facilities tacllttl at this thispoint tbl tblflolnt thispoint
point making special efforts e < < ort to secure securetlif ileCuretll secureIi
tll tlif Ii operation I by the roads TOad of fast local localfreight localfright 4 4frfight
freight service to points within 2M 2Mmiios oe 00rni1ts J
miios distant of Washington It Is be bei be1it beIitved
1it Iitved i ved d several routes of t this thi character characterwill 4 iwill
will 111 be established ir the committee committeei
i Ian an convince comlncethe the railroads it will be beto beto betil
to their advantage to do so soIt 110It soIt
It was decided by the directors to tojKistpone J JJoHtpone Ipostpone
postpone the appointment of the com committee ¬ 1 1mittee 1mittee
mittee on membership until the next nextmeeting nextnwetlng 1 1mceUng
meeting of the board which will be beneld
iifld Monday August C It Is I desired de lred C Ctu 4to
to name on this committee for the themost j jmost Imost
most part young and active men who ho I
are > able to get about the city and in iiitrview inrltw inrview
trview rltw those whose interest in the theJiovfment theJfm the3Iovement
Jiovfment Jfm nt it is desired to enlist The I Itlrectors Itlrectors
tlrectors wanted to be wry wr sur they
wre re getting exactly exaetl the right men men1n menn
Ir n the theinterlm interim the members membe of the
hard nave constituted
themselves a arnembership amc aemberehip
rnembership mc > mbr hip committee and will make makevory makeClry makeevery
every vory effort to add to the roster of the theassociation theissodatlon thesoeiatIon
association associationIt soeiatIon soeiatIonIt
It is expected to hold the next regu regumcoetinc
hir Li > meeting of the association early in ine inptember
September e ptember lebtr b by which Um time the Directors
liopc to be able bIt to present a full work ¬
ing organisation and a a completed plan
< t f campaign
DIED DIEDI
I OXEI ° 80N8nddenty EIso < B1Iddenly on Monday Monda July Jul K Ki
1l1li lJI IU 4 oeJock a m SAMUEL DO DOWEL EL
so o beloved bubaad huj of JessIe 10 Louise I
lJolt 1oniaes hi the mtyftnrt yeaj eI of bia hi ace < <
tIpI 1IftVIe serylem from hc late residence
1 1 hureb street MortJt Thursday aft
9 1000 July LJSi U Int IDtenneat rm lt pr1nUe rl mte at Rock
1 lreck 1 fvfK r rk i Cumetery J9SafCfy J9SafCfyE 1t ItEVAXO I
E EVAXO AXSOn soa July JI IM IMias II atat It 1 p m at her
rPllldellCe 4 Boulder ouIde INIe ha Roland Park
LIIA IV1A ALTER jgft wII et e Prank G I
Evans aM inighter tr OIl J Glenn aid
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11 ias a and Ulltaa 1111 With Ith th atred d tenlnomta ten months months111t8LBR
1 lUKnLJBK 1 I1lnLgftO gnTuMOay TU Tus a July Jut 24 isoe tP
MARY HY BABfcTTA BA A betov belOved belovsd daughter dauchter of or
I nphIle > ilh > and Brtdcet TrteMw ieH nec M H fleeney By y yFuraI
Ill 1 t Eleventh street nartkwMt umtha
Funeral private vat lt ltV 1tORKINOERoa ItVORClXGERJ
V ORKINOKROn Monday Iton a July Jill 13 s I9o 1906 mi mii at
3u i P Po m JACOB WORKINQBR I IHe
He wan I born ia I York P Pa nftyeven
ynnmgu yf4Fb an ap gft Wb When i aiut quIte youns you h be awne me to toernmem
Washtton aahiftlltoa and lid catered the 8ePVtce of the
4 < ernmem a a cteMifled clerk Mr MrM
SVkinger kIDlfM J had hem 2 ill with a compu coinpUin w > Pll
M tton t Ion of dtseasn dl for some one tint time BMtT psa t but butfled
fled no children childrenSHUGRtJOHANNA J r peacefully = Ct Uy u H He leaves vea a widow ow owno but butSHlGPtEJOHA TOl TOlSHLGPXiiaOHAXXA
SHLGPXiiaOHAXXA SHlGPtEJOHA NA 8HUQRCE SUIywujgwit beloved b lov d dlon
wit It of t the late Daniel bu uyue ue 4 4e Scan
lon lotH > and mother of P H and E F JI Shu ShuKru a1 a1Funeral
crue crueFuneral Kru rU41 rU41ouneral
Funeral wilt take tak place ptae from om her leyresidence aons ona onaresident
resident lVide ee 112 1 I1 North ortb Capital Capitol street t on w Wed WedilItY Weeites4ay l ln
n ilItY artay mantn mcIIIt momma July JOI I C at t S a m thence
f t < > St AtaMtva Church where here incas win t tsUf be beMil
Mil for tb the rpfc repose of her herout soul Interment Intermentat
at 4t t Ollt lv t Cemetery Frieada Frie and andiatl re
iatl es are tartud 1a ed to att attend attendFUNERAL > nU Jy3tt Jy3ttFUNERAL j t tFUriERAL
FUNERAL DESIGNS DESIGNSof
of vary dasorlptlOH dsoriptioJlaoderately moderately priced pricedGUDE pricedGUDE ricea riceaGUDE
GUDE I
1214 a r 1 St Northwest Phone M M4279 M4279J 4379 4379J
J 3 WILLIAM LEE LSEUJTOBXTAKEB LEEUNDn1tTAXEB LEEUiThBZTAKE
UJTOBXTAKEB AND IIVEBV IIVEBVSK LIVEE LIVEEPfDn
SK z3 Penn Ave N W Washington WublD on D C CTtJepUwna CIe CTt1eDhine
TtJepUwna Ie Pbvne Main a1U1r JW5
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PEASANTS WITH PITCHFORKS PITCHFORKSFIGHT PITCPFORKSFIGHT PITCFFORKSFIGHT
FIGHT CZARS COSSACKS COSSACKSContinued COSSACKSCotlnued COSSACKSLContlnued
Continued from First Page Pagethe Pasethe Pagethe
the city All are armed and they de declare declaN dodare ¬
clare dare they will sell fU their lives dearly dearlyOrders dearlyOrden dearlyOrders
Orders were received by b the govern government governmeat v vm9Dt
meat ment officials oml from St Petersburg Petersburgdirecting Petenburadbeetlnc Petercburgdirecting
directing them to do every thing possible possibleto bIe bIeta
to protect the Hebrews Governor Gen General Geaeral GeeraI ¬
eral raI Kaulbars Kautba however h Is not taking takingprecautionary taJdaSPreeauttonary takingprecautionary
precautionary measures to present aa aaoutbreak aaoutbreak anoutbreak
outbreakCzar outbreakCzar outbreak outbreakCzar
Czar Planning Coup CoupBy CoupBy CoupBy
By Granting Reforms ReformsTo Refor111lTo ReformsTo
To Discredit Douma DoumaST
ST PETERSBURG July 24 24It It ii i I re reorted reported reported
ported orted today that the Czar is preparing prewiringnotber prepnrtna preparinganether < <
notber a r coup with the end nd in vk v viv of ofIscrediting ofdl8CredttlnK ofdiscrediting
discrediting the d duma uma t bY > y Issuing tumgmanifeato a alanifesto amanifesto
manifesto granting refoern fom measure < to tolie tothe tothe
the lie country countryIt
It is I proposed particularly to favor the theeasants theptaaanh thepeasants
ptaaanh easants and Hebrews hi the the reforms to toe togranted tobp
bp e granted the Cs Cwr r making concessions concessionslong conoeDlonalons concessionsalong
along long the line which he heaQped hoped the douma doumarould doumawould doumawould
would rould take in its legislative measures measuresrhtn meaauretawhtn measureswhtn
whtn rhtn he convoked the general assembly assemblyIt
It is stated that Premier Stolyptn is 18now isnow isjow
now engaged in drawing up such ueb a man manifesto manifesto manIfesto ¬
ifestoGeneral IfestoGeneral ifesto ifestoGeneral
General Railway Rt lway Strike StrikeExpected StrikeExpected StrikeExpected
Expected in Russia RussiaVIENNA RU5SiYIENNA RussiaVIENIA
VIENNA July 24 tReportB tReportBreacbed Reports have haveached haverent
reacbed rent ached bed bore from Russian frontier rafl raflly JAUwa mUway
wa way ly stations that a railway ra wa strike may maygin maybealn maybegin
begin gin momentarily momentarilyrickets montarIIyrickets entartly entartlyncketa
rickets are being beln sold conditionally conditionallyithout eoDdttioaallywithout conditionallywithout
without ithout any guarantee uarant that the pur purhaser PIRrber piwrhaser
haser will reach his place of destina destinalon de8tinalion destinadon
lion lionTwo donTwo lon
Two wo Douma Members MembersAt MembersAt MembersAt
At Viborg Vi org Meeting MeetingPut MeetingPut MeetingPut
Put Under Arre Arrest AneatYIBORG ArrestVIBORG t taBORG
aBORG Finland July Jul S4 4It U is learn Jearialid learnid
lid 1 on good authority today that two twoembers twonemben twonembrs
embers of o the t he Russian douma have haveteen Mvelaeen havebeen
been teen put under arrest arrestThey alTfstThey arrestThey
They ftre I re M Kharlatnoff a Cossack Cossackleputy CouackSeJuty Cossackieputy
leputy and Father Koyarkoff KoyarkoffThe Koyarkoftbe KoyarkoffThe
The be Social Democratic members are aren aretbe areSn
Sn n the list of the authorities and numesU numer numerus
> U us 18 arrests are looked for at any time tuneIt timeIt timeIt
It is I believed that the permanent stand standng atandnR standag
ng committee appointed by the douma doumatefore douDialletore doumajefore
tefore its adjournment to carry on the therork thework thesock
work of liberation which is beaded by byrince byrince byPrince
rince Paul Dolgoroukon vice presidentn president
St f the house win make its headquarters headquartersn
In n Viborg and thit all appeals to the theteople theiKOple theieople I
teople will be Issued from this city cityVondar Cltyiondel
I
4 Vondar What Mertz ertz Will Say SayToday SayToday SayTodayr
Today TodayStore TodayStore Todayr TodayrStore
Store Closes Every hay at 6 pm pmTwo p pmTwo m mTwo
Two TwoPiece TwoPiece TwoPiece
Piece PieceAn PieceSuit PieceSuit
Suit
145 145An 745An
An extraordinary cxt1 airJnary tailoring prop proposition proposition proposition ¬
osition Twopiece Suits to or order orI order ¬
der er in the Mertzway of the theshort theshort theshort
I short lengths of fancy fabrics fabricsthat fabricsthat fabricsthat
that sold up to 1500 l500t 1OOfiiguaranteed lit litguaranteed t te
guaranteed guaranteedfor e 745 745Mertz 7 A Afor
for forMertz P PMertz
Mertz aw ard Mertz Co
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906 90 E Street StreetLarge StreetOffice I Ia III
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Oi OicoIora Office Biotters BiottersLarge
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Large size hw 19x24 incites I ncs assorted assortedcolors assortedcolor
colors Al quality Sr Ss SseIL rt r f feiai C
eiai price lice IS J ahttfe ahaelfor hMtl hMtltor > 2 J JWe 5
for torv forV
We v sell retail at wholesale prices pricesR pricesR prIcesR
R P Andrews Paper Co
627639 Louisiana Avenue
626626630 D Street StreetDuring StreetDurln StreetDuring I
During Durln summer we close 08e 5 p m mSaturdays mI rnSaturdays
I Saturdays 1 1CPEKT 1EXPEXT 1ixPBaT
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EXPEXT CPEKT WATCE JSPAJRH JSPAJRHC REPAIRING REPAIRING7g
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75c 7g Watch Cr Cnstals > stals lOc lOcMain Ltt LttI
I C Main ain Springs SpiingsALL T5t 5 5 Z 0 C I IALL
ALL LL WORK GUARANTEED i
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NEW ME KI KIMAM NAN WITN ITME88 ITME88UUIIOE ESS ESSGORDNER
GORDNER CLAIMS CLAIMSDedfJ AIS AISDosIfass
OaeliaM DedfJ t te N Name ne Pera Person n Who Vh He Says SaysKMWS Saysws SaysXasws
KMWS ws af t the Womans WomansMurder WomansMurdor WomansMurder
Murder MurderNEW MurdorNEW MurderNEW
NEW YORK July S4V1th the an announcement aanouncement annOuficement ¬
nouncement that be bad discovered a anew anew anew
new aqd highly important witness in th thKinan the theKlnan theKinan
Kinan murder eas case Coroner McDonald McDonaldtoduy McDonaldtoday IeDonaldtoduy
toduy refuaed to tell the name of the thewitneaa thewitness
witness wltne and said Id that tb he had sent hum humto hintto I
I to the district attorneys oftleeAII otitceAll office officeaald
All I ca can say y of this new wit wtLns wtLnssaId
saId th the coroner Is la that he corrobor corroborate corroboratetJ corroboratesone ¬ I
atetJ atesone ate ene ne of the mAt Important wltnea wItnesses wJtneueaIn s sin
in the tMtlmonv of Mr KnI Mary ShIPP3 Shlppathe ShIPP3tbe ShIpp3the
the chief wltneat m in the case ca He camel camelto came cameto
to my house voluntarily to tell me rn what whathe whathe whathe I
he knew about the murder lie told toldthat me methat methat
that he had good reasons for not coming
forward before One of these tb he de declared declared dedared ¬ I
clared was that he was wa out of the
State StateTOLSTOY StateTULT1h
misTO TOLSTOY ON U1 DOU1A DOU1Al IIUUJ1AGRtJY8PE88IMI8TI I IGROWS
GROWS GRtJY8PE88IMI8TI GRtJY8PE88IMI8TILONDOX PESSIMISTIC PESSIMISTICr
l OKDOX LONDO July 24Count Tolstoy the theeminent tbeInet theeminent
r eminent Inet Russian novellat hag ba tele telerraptied teleI telegraphed
graphed to Morriaon Davidson the Sug Sugllah EI EIltah Eigllsh
I llah author a as follows followaYour toDoW8Your followsYour
Your adverse opinion of our douma doumai
i ia I regret to say ay 1 quite true I hope hopethe hopetbe hopethe
the fallacy of all this thing will soon soonbe IIOOnbe soonbe
be clear to everybody and that we Ru Ruaian Runstalls Ru Rusians
stalls aian will soon tak take another road roadBOMBAY roadFO roadFUUTEEM
FO FUUTEEM U RTEEN 0 ROVN IIOME IIOMEIN EO EOIN
IN HARBOR AIIBO OF OFBOMBAY OFBOMBAYBOMBAY BOMBAY BOMBAYBOMBA
BOMBAY Y India July 51A 4 IA A achoooer achoooerfoundered aebooaerfo schoonerfotndered
foundered fo ndered In the harbor rbor today todayFourteen todayFourteen todayFourteen
Fourteen persons pt > l Onli were drowned
MRS GOWHIG DIESI DIES DIESAT
I AT EARLY HOUR HOURw HOURWas
Was Was w s Resident t of Alexandrafor
for Number of ofYea ofYea ofYeas
Yea Yeas 11S s
WA8KIKOTON TOfS T1V TI WTIUSAV WTIUSAVAUEXAXDKIV JlUJUIU1ALZXAIDJU PUiZAUALZXANDLt
AUEXAXDKIV t VA JTULT Tn Y SI SIMrs IIWN StMrs
Mrs Penelope Cowhg Cowb widow tC f Joh JohT John JohnT TohltT
T Cowhlg Cowb died at herl he hrhome bome > ome 10 1011 Kin Kinstreet IC1nstreet
street this morning mornln at an early rlf hour hourMrs hourMrs tOur tOurMrs
Mrs Cowhlg was W8 bcrn in 1 uqulecounty
county oount Va but has resided In Alex Alexandria Alexcedric I IAndria ¬
andria for many years She was a sixty sixtyser Itxtyeftft sixtyseven
ser seven n years years of age Her remains remaJ wilL wilbe wilLbe ill illbe
be sent by Undertaker WheRtley U UAVarrenton to toVarrenton toWarrenton
AVarrenton for interment intermentColonial InteMllentColonial intermentColonial
Colonial Fire Fighting Exhibition ExhibitionThe EChibitionThe ExhibithnThe
The members of the Veteran Friend Friendship FrlelHlhlp FriendshIp
ship hlp Fire lo lre Association are re e making ox oxtensive extensive oxtenalve
tensive preparations for their part In Inthe i ithe Inthe
the Alexandria Ah xandrta day program at Lun LunPark LulU LulUPark LtinaPark
Park on July 10 > The association ocIaUOIl In Intends InttndJi Intends
tends to carry its old engine present presentby presntd presntdby re nted ntedby
by General Washington to the park o othat on onthat onthat
that day and will give an exhibition o othe ot ottbe ofthe
the way fires were fought in colonial coloniadays eolanlaldalI colonialdays
days The old Friendship engine hai haibeen hu hubeen hasbeen
been thoroughly overhauled and will m 1 1seen 1M 1MMea beseen
seen working again after many man yean yeanofklleness yeanot yearsofj41Ieneas
ofklleness ot lneu The committee having tn tnoeiebration the tkecelebration thecelebration <
celebration In charge is I as foRo foRoMaror followsMayor follows followsMayor
Mayor Fred J Paft 1 > al A D Brockett J JY JY JY
Y Williams C B Mars MarstsIL all lI J M Hilt HillWorth HiltPorth HiltWorth
Worth Porth Hulflsh P J Murphy B B BDownham EDownham BDowithain
Downham C C Carlln Hubert Snow Snowden Snowd Snowdos
den d ilL M > L B Harlow J T r Sweeney J T TBurke TBurke TBurke
Burke George 1e rp T Caton J T Colvin ColvinJames ColvinJMM ColvInJames
James F 1 Peyton Lucien Smith Richard RichardI
I Ii Carne L J H Thompson and A J JWedderburn JWe JWedderburn
We WedderburnDeath Wedderburn WedderburnDeath d8lbum d8lbumDeath
Death of an Infant InfantTheJmadora InfanTheJmadora InfantTbehnadora
TheJmadora Lylec LI the Infant daugh daughter daughter daughtee ¬
ter of Joseph KM and 1Ml Dora Lylee 11 died at ather atbel ather
her parents home horn 234 Duke street streetyesterday streetyesterday treett
yesterday t < < day Her funeral wa au held this thUafternoon thlaafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonExcursion afternoonExcursion afternoonExcursion
Excursion to Marshall Hall HallBelie HallBelle HallBelle
Belle Haven Council Junior Order OrderUnited Orderulted OrderUnited
United American Mechanics Meetuut will tJI give giveits giveitll giveits
its sixth annual excursion to Marshall MarshallHall MarahaUHall MarshallHall
Hall next Thursday July M The com committee commlUee cornmtttce ¬
mittee having the In excursion excur on in charge chargepromises cbalKeproml chargepromises
promises proml a good time to all those th who whoattend wboa whoattend
attend attendTa a attendTo Hend HendTo
To Report on Light Franchise FranchiseA Franchi FranchiA
A meeting of th City Council ouncll will willbe willbe wiltbe
be held tonight at which hlc the Joint com committee comttee cornmittee ¬
mittee ttee on finance light and general generallaws pnerLllawa generallaws
laws will make a a report on the sale Ie of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the electric light and power franchise franchiseOfficers trancb1eeOtBcers franchiseOflicers
Officers of Baptist Church ChurchThe CburckTbe ChurchThe
The officers and teachers of I he First FirstBaptist FirstBaptist rat ratBapUat
Baptist Church have elected the follow following followI followtug ¬
tug I officers James Jam R Mansfield Mal18 d super superintendent 8UPfriattondent superintendent ¬
intendent S W PUts assistant tant super superintendent superIntendent ¬
intendent Floyd Saunders 8aun secretary secretaryHarvey
I Harvey Harvt Francis a instant stant secretary IMCretar IMCretarNorman sccretarNorman
Norman Williamson treasurer W P PKerrick PJterriek
Kerrick Kerrlekl librarian H F F Mansfield Nauftelcl Al AlIngton Albert Albert
bert RoIUIUI Robins Clay Phil Phillips Ralph Rem RemInstnn RemIngton
I Ington and Roy Ro Winston assistant assistantlibrarians assistantlibrarians tatan t tJlbrartalUli
librarians JlbrartalUli Mrs 4ra n James A Bullish Hulflshpianist HulftahI Bullishpianist
pianist Miss M tim Mary Mar Williamson as asaistant alltan assiatant
aistant tan t pianist pianistTeachers pianiatTdutrl pimiistTeachers
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Teachers Get Iacrea Increased od Salaries SalariesA
A called meeting of the tb city school schoolboard schoolboard eboolboard
I board was held In the office of Super SUp4 Superintendent > r rIntendent
Intendent Ktmper yesterday at whIch whIchI whichChairman rch rchChairman
I Chairman Bryant < presided The clerk clerkwas cJtrkI clerkwas
was directed to draw elIlL w warrants In fa favor favor favol ¬
vor of the tb six teachers teach who under the therules therulta therules
I rules are entitled to receive an ad advance advaDee advance ¬
vance in salary lary These teachers should shouldhave abouldbave shouldhave
have received their advances at t the be beginning bennlft beginning ¬
ginning nnlft < < of the session but were re with withheld withheld lth lthIieId ¬
held on account a nt of the lack of funds fundsI tundI fundsI
I Do Claim ClaimPainless ClaimPainless CkimPainless
Painless Dentistry DentistryI
I have all the latest methods known knownto knownto knownto
to modern mod ° rn inntlstry nt1stry I invite you OU to tocall toa11 tocall
call a11 at my m limn ftV wh where r I will demon demonstrate demonstratt demonstrate ¬
strate to yi you our nr tnttr ntr > sntinf sntiRtaction action my myclaim myclaim myclaim
claim fur Painless Dentistry DentistryI Dentistry611
611 7th St StPRICES StPltICES StPRICES
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PRICES THIS WEEK WEEKAll WEEKAll WEEEAll
All regular 50 O4 plates fllat 5250 S2SOAll 5250All 5250I
I All regular 1000 100 plates 5500 5500All 5500i 500 500All
i All regular S 2500 500 places 51000 5100021Itt 1000 100022kt lOOOkt
22kt kt Gold Crowns 5300 S300Natural 5300Naturil 5300Natural
Natural Crowns 5250 5250FillIngs 250 250Fillings 250FllIInp
Fillings from 25c 25cPainless 25cPainless 25cPainless
Painless Extracting Free xreeFATNXiESS FreePAmLESS PreePAINLESS
PAINLESS MOTLEY
611 7th St N W
f r TIlE TIIESTORE STORE THAT SAVES YOU YOUMONEr YOUMONErRebuilding l10NE ij ijI
I Rebuilding Sale Makes MkesUnprecedented I
I Unprecedented B Birgins BirginsNot rgins I
1j Not a line of Furniture in the house has escaped the R Ruilding Re Rebuilding
building Sale Reductions Everything is bar bargained ine because becauseeverything JeCIuse JeCIuseeverything
everything must be sold Buy ON CREDIT PAY AS ASI ASCONVENIENT
CONVENIENT CONVENIENTI CONVENIENTBedroom
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Bedroom Suites Suitesj Reduced
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Fine Oakfinished Bed Bedroom
room Suite worth 1750 1750reduced
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reduced tO toI S107 o 75 5
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Solid I Oak Bedroo BedrooSui Bedroom BedroomSuite
= Sui Suite t e worth 2500 2500reduced
f reduced to 1950 195Otr
tr Hanll1 flanilsomeQuartored flanilsomeQuartoredworth me Quartered QuarteredOak
Oak Bedroom Suite SuiteS
worth to S J46 3350 33SOt I
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MAhogany MahoganyNicely
Nicely finished Birdst Birdseye > ye Maple Bed Bedroom BCdrOOmSulte SUI te worth worthroom i iduced
room duced uc Suite worth 79 re S 7 5 1 5 reduced S45 4 5 5 0
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Dining i Room Oil G Cloth Remnants RemnantsRemnants nn S
Remnants ot all Cloth that thatl t
l ei11 R Dt1hr educed tJ sold up to SOc yd d to 1St 15
19ilrs U I13uuCeu go at atA t i iA
A few more Quarteted Oak T i
Scat Dining Chairs Linoleum Remn nemnan I II u uworth nts iS iSRbuildig
e worth I to 5
Rbui1dlng Sa ale e 19 9 gic Oc Llnoleums 18a d dprlct
1Stat price D 150 Inlaid LlnoteumsfJc Linoleurns 41c yd ydiJB tiii
> oe oeHUB
iJB HUB FURNITURt FURNITURECOJ FURNITURECOJI I CO 0 souttas 7th and ° r treets
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WAGON bVAOONSTRUCKBYLDAR bVAOONSTRUCKBYLDAROE STRUCK BY CAR CARONE
ONE KILLED KftLE SOUR SOURVehicle SIX 8I HURT HURTVehicle RT RTVehicle
Vehicle Carrying Picnickers Had Nearly NearlyGotten NearlyGotten NearlyGotten
Gotten Out of Way When WhenCrash WhenCralllt WhenCrash
Crash Came
BALOriMOItE VUL L4 J r ty ItIn ItInoM In ft ftootUalon acelilesoit
ootUalon oM fetween 1HK a traftey oar oarwa awT awTW a awagon
W wa wagon HI cantata COIItaJata a seei evpw ef ofcheat Blcntakam Blcntakamboat
abo cheat boat t 1 10cJoek oclock this t mamtaj we Si SiWonMa o owomttn
womttn 0 was wukttW wukttWJnJur killed and a Mtiftbar wr wrinjured w wInjur
injured injuredThe JnJur d dTbe ti tiThe
The dead deadANNIB dtadNNUI deasJANNIl
ANNIB NNUI BRAXTOSf CO coNred aged agedtwentythree a atwentJtlUH agedtweatyj
twentythree twentythreeThe twentJtlUHTho tweatyjrho
The injured lsuredMabel injuredMabel > IKabel
Mabel flandalcord Randall oek > f4 Injured on left leftside loftside tt ttaide
side and right arm Charles Chs 1d Smstckum Smstckumcolored 8maekuoIOftd 8mackumcolored
colored left sidit Me e and II srrn rm Jennie Tins Tinsley Tbaaley ThisIcy
ley colored right side N Nellie Ute Blanch B1anthard Blanchard Blanchard ¬
ard colored left side aid Agnes Christ Chrtatcolor Christian Christiancolored Inn Inncolored
colored color d tight hip iI and ad left knee Strife StrifeTimes Sadieflutes rfle rfleTlutea
Times colored Injuries to arm and left 1ettThe leftlee leftThe
lee leeThe
The ptcknfcXers were 1 coining eoBd east on onEdmonson onEdmonon onEdmonson
Edmonson avenue near McCIellan McCIellanstreet MeCleU3Intreet MeCleLIsnstreet
street driving drlvt along aloft < < slowly when the thecar tbecar thecar
car came up behind them tM The motor motorman MOtorman motorman
man was ringm rln rindng his belt for them to totutt toJ toget
get J t out of the way and from what can canbe CAlIbe canbe
be learned the wagon was w partly oK oKthe oilthe o othe
the track when the car struck It turn turnInic tumJnK turnlug
lug It over on it its left side ide and throwinthe throwing throwinllthe throwingthe
the occupants out into the street
OOLL10E8 WITH IT POST POSTE POSTTFIOM
THROWN FROM AUTO AUTOE UTO UTOE
E C Bairstfiw Bairst w Badly Bruised About AboutFace AboutFace AboutFace
Face by Accident on Tun Tunlaw Tunlaw Timp
p law Road
JfrtiuBt In riIiI5t C Balrstow BaJr to twwuyaigM twwuyaigMyaans tw twveigLyears t
years of age a e of MM 1I Church street streetnort streetjiorijewest
jiorijewest nort Jtwt > woet wa wu thrown from hi his auto mutomoWle autosnobIIe to
moWle on Tunlaw road l Jut t night nt by byeoWOtng bycolliding
colliding with a aIHNtt peat along the road roadway roodway ¬
way ay He H was badly bruised about a t the theface tIMface theface
face and ad body and was w taken tak to the theEmergency theEmerseney theEmergency
Emergency Hospital Hot UI 1 where wher It was wasstated wasatattd wasstated
stated be was not seriously eusty y hurt hurtMr hurtMr hurtMr
Mr Balrstow DaJr tow had been taking a ride rideover ridecnoer rideover
over the northwest tmburban section sectionand sectionand 1on 1onIt
and It appear ra that the steering gear gearwas gearwas ear earwa
was wa defective defectiveThe defectiveThe eeUve eeUveThe
The auto was slightly damaged damagedMARSBILLRS damagedOIL damagedOIL
OIL GO COMPANY 1PANY BUILDING BUILDINGIN
IN FRANCE IS I BUBNEDLMtEILLEE
MARSBILLRS IARaEILLES France July JulyThe 24 24The 24The
The 1Md1d1a building of 0 the th PmneoAmeriean PmneoAmerieanOil zaaosAjertcaj zaaosAjertcajoil
Oil Company here has been destroyed destroyedby de ltroyed ltroyedby
by lire lireFive fireFhe lireFive
Five persons pt > r ona were injured
STREET STRETTO ID BE EEJLEANE CLEANED CLEAiOFOR CLEANEDFOR I IFOR
FOR ENGINE COMPANY COMPANYPool
Pool of Stagnant Water Menaced Jl enaced the theHealth theH theHealth
Health H altlt ef f Pita Howe HoweJCH XieMen
Men 811
Acting en a ew0tajt wade 4eby Vy Capt CaptJr CattF
7 F PMeCaU1raa MoCalhraa of CM fifth ftb precinct precinctItaliee precinctunite reclnt reclntIJeltee
unite station that stagnant itcYUtnt pools < MJla of ofwtr ntwat9r f fvatdr
wtr draining 4ralnlft from Chemical Chc > miud Engine EngineHouse EtlClneliouN FnztiieHouse
House No N fi at Congress Con < < reti8 heights had hadrendered baflrendered ha harendered
rendered Fourth street treet unwimtary n lIIltary En Krglneer Enslneer Engineer >
glneer CoIa Commissioner loner Diddle t tHlu today < j < iuy in instructed il1tKrueted instructed ¬
structed Superintendent U ntendelit of t K ILpalrs f > parn parnB Ci < 4B
B Coleman to remedy the condition conditioni untUollCaplaln i iCoptain
i Captain McCathran stated that b bcause bcaUM hcause
cause Fourth street in that locality localitywas ba II I I t y ywaa y ywas
was unimproved the water flowed from frnl
the drain pipes of the engine house bou e and andcollected a am amcollected nol nolcollected
collected in th the street causing c ulnS a a men menace menace menace ¬
ace to health healthRAGGED healthRAGGED healthRAGGED
RAGGED WOMAN BEATS BEATSHER SEATSHER BEATSHER
HER WAY IN COAL CAR CARPORT CARPORT CARPORT
PORT JERVIS N Y July 84 SlTraln1 SlTraln1In Train Trainin
in the Brie mrI yards were delayed while whiletrainmen whiletrainmen whiletrainmen
trainmen tried to coax a rigged woman womanto womanto oman omanI
to leave a coal car in which W l h she was wasriding wasrldlg wasriding
I riding rldlgSbe ridingShe ridingShe
She was a Russian and said hr vr name namewas nam
I was Tbmlrakon Tomtn kon She cam lirv r in ih ihcoal the tht1coaJ theco1
coal car and wa w was not discovfrfi dlS Vr < by the tlietrainmen thetrabURfJ1 tietrainmen
trainmen until the train arrived in the theyard theyard theyard
yard They vainly tried to g f t her iff iffthe f ftbe ft ftthe
the ear Finally a policeman with n ith muoi muoidttHculty mUldttlleulty muctdileulty
dttHculty succeeded In dialo dilJllltonl lKng h hli hliShe he heShe > v vShe
She was wa without shoes bOeit aud stockings stockingsand stQkinJrand stockingsand
and her few clothes were in rags rag S Bwas SwaK e ewas
was sent to Hawley Pa where she shelives se sh shlives
lives 11 ve
A4LH ALL ffi2 TS TJ TiliWAW PfXJD HEE Salesladies SalesladiesWanted SalesladiesReductions f
Rebuilding RebuildingReductions
J in Reductions Reductionsin All AllDepartments K 1 N G II a s PALACE o L C E In I broideries manent lRanentandlmme lRanentandlmmeJr brolderlesper Wanted WantedIn Laces and and Imme Immediate per permanent perJ Em Embroideries EmII SmReductions ¬ ¬ ¬ I Imanent
Departments Jr SnTPTI rmF qJ JKflurn diate paitteR paitteRSecond pMttleasGREA1 pasitlensGREAT
GREAT LACE AND ANDEMBROIDERY I IEMBROIDERY
EMBROIDERY SALE SALESecond
Second Shipment of Delayed Importation Just Arrived Thousands of ofYards ofYards ofYards
Yards of Laces and Embroideries at Less Than Cost Abroad AbroadXoiiUis Abroadlouths AbroadMonths
Months ago we placed ilaeed an order abroad for fine Embroideries nnd Laces The goods were delayed in inshipment Inshipmenttho InSIiIIflIefltIIO
shipment shipmenttho the first consignment cnsI l1Il1ent arrived ftrrh d 8 week ek or so ago agohut but the better portion in fact the bulk just justarrived Justarrhcd justarrived
arrived Twentyfive thousand yards of embroideries of the finest grade Included These new desirable desirableoods desirahleoods IICSIIhiblegoods
goods oods at less than cost to us usJoss less than cost to produce Irodu abroad nbroadhecauso because of rebuilding From the very verynarrow nryIJnrr01 verynarrow
narrow Tfaby nnh hiKes EI s up to the eight oIghtoenInch oenIiich wide Corset Cover and Flouncing Embroideries there tltt > rt > are ex exceptional cxceptional x ¬
ceptional bargains Included is the finest nest work in II English Eyelet Drawn Work ork SeinJBlind Irish Point PointBlind PointJHlnd PointlillutI i
Blind and ud Open 01ll11 Work Work25c Work25c Work25c
25c Embroideries 50c Embroideries 50c to 1 Embroideries EmbroideriesCambric
Cambric and Swiss Embroid Embroideries ¬ Swiss and CambricEmbroidery CambricEmbroiderybeautiful Cn lhrIc E lhroidery Corset Cover Embroidery all allthe al1crIes nilcries
crIes frem rem three to six inches incheswide beautiful match sels of fine An Anplais the finest effects some som > with dou double douMe donwide ¬
lflis drawn work and semiblind semiblindThese lIblInd ble beading others without lfItho t some somewith 5001 somewith
wide Me dainty Jaint fine patterns never neverbefore nln r plais s
with fine edges beautiful patterns patternsvery
before offered for r r less than HUI 20c 20cand 0 C These r t match sets include two twowidths very distinctive and effective effective3iover elYlctfcKntl effectiveanil
and 2oc a yard ynrd5000 5000 OOO yards atrds to se select ¬ widths of insertions and three threewidths Never cer have such quali qualities fuaUloet qiutlibet ¬
bet from fromone one nc great big 4 pf pflot c widths of edges Worth f fT ties been sold under 50c i ilot p pRebuilding C CDozen <
I lot building for salo tomorrow price Re 15C I Ibuilding Rebuilding cTrJ1flwre sale iOc Oe price priceDozen n yard 19C 9 to Irlce 1 at yard Rebuilding UcbuiIdInrI ns k kD kP 5
D Dozen Yards Laces LacesValenciennes I D Dozen Yards t Laces LacesValenciennes keesVaisnolnrles
Valenciennes Laoes LacesPretty P Pretty DWd new news de desirable S 5c Valenciennes Ziaces LacesA A beautiful utI lot lotof lotsirable 35c j 5
sirable patterns patwrns1B IB Preach and German Germanfeotfe l I of wide and narrow edges with inser inser50o insertoUs
both toUs edges and insertions that matoa matoa36c t A I i tions uon to match every pattern regr regr35c r f f31e
36c aad 4 SOc values valnesa a dozen yards Be Bebuilding1 iJ 50o and 75c values valuesa a dozen yards yardsbuilding I B BbtiIIdi2Ig f f1tuUclin
building1 1tuUclin price I building price pricePoint prioepo1n priceFetal
po1n Point de Paris Lanes a I oroloJ2 Lac I a c t c svery Glnny Laces Here is a aTomorrow j Point de rris Laces Laceslittle aces acesj I IUttle
little narrower thai the j wide and Very 11ne exclu exam bargain out or o the ordl j I exeei eX8elUonl1y > tioo Uly wide two twoI twoother
other lot but equally as aive iye patterns never before nary 2000 yards Of pretty I and d threi t tre le1 t widths widfl of f edges edgesUOBE edgesfine edgesSna I
fine and neat eat designs des gus sell shown 11 this city edges Cotton C1tU13 Laces same I with two widtH o of Laser inserregularly Laserregularly
regularly at Be a yard and insertions that match wide others narrow UOBE tf t match WeveI WeveWorth Weve
in this thiswonderful Worth up to ICe ICca 1 Worth t h 15c a j I never 11 eve r offered J f
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Tomorrow A Awonderful 1 C Cat
wonderful sale saleat 4 C a yard Rebuild Sebaildiag xe1t1 ld 4 4i 2 j yard Rebuilding Rebuildingsale 5 5C i such exceptional 8 T Tvalues 2 I
I at ing price i sale leader I values Price I
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESANCIENT NOTICESANCIENT I IANCIENT
ANCIENT AND AXDACCEPTED ACCEPTED SCOTTISH SCOTTISHRITE SCOTTISHRITE SCOTTISHRITE
RITE Robert d de Bruce Council of Ka Kadosh Kadoah I Idosh
dosh will bOld ° M Its J regular torTTJ9 monthl monthlmfeUng monthly monthlymeeting <
meeting this TUESDAY JULY 24 24d 4 41S06
1S06 at the Cathedral of the RUt No
1001 G st nw at 730 JO OCLOCK P M MHuslnts8 MJusiness I
Huslnts8 general E E SIMPSON 1d 1ddfgree 4 4degree
d degree gre Commander JOHN H OLCOTT OLCOTT32d OLCOTTId
1 32d degree d < < ree K C C H Recorder It ItJust ItI ItJust
Just Received
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I VIRGINIA HORSES HORSESPancy HORSESFancy HORSESI
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Pancy Drivers DriversCarriage DriversCarriage DriversI
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I Carriage CarriageDelivery CarriageDelivery CarriageI
I Delivery and andDraft andDraft andDraft
Draft Horses Horseswhich HorsosI Romsoswhich
which will m be sold privately by the theArlington lheArlington theArlington
I Arlington Horse Company
3387 328 SI It Street IT W WW WI
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LOCAL SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES COLLEGESSfrayers COLLEGESStrayers COLLEGESStrayers
Strayers Business College CollegeCOR
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I Day and Night School cbooJ All I1 the Year YearrHONB YearPHONE YearPIIOND
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The Berlitz School of Languages LanguagesT
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Fr French nch German Spanish 5J1 J1 etc Native teacher teacheriEpeclal teachrnSpecial teacherSpecial
Special summer rates Trial Trtallessoo lesson ir irPRINTING tn ftjetti
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causes Be E prepared to cure an anattack a aattack aattack
attack Have HaveRed MarcRed HaveRed
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at hand handImmediate handXmmediate handImmediate
Immediate relief and cure cureTrial cureTrial cureTrial
Trial bottle lOc At Druggists DruggistsPIDEMTY DruggistsFIDILrry DruggistaPIDELITY
PIDEMTY MEDICINE CO COWashington COWash1n COWashington
Wash1n Washington on D C CBanking CI Cr
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f 9 9amto3pm 9amto3pmIts a m to 3 p m mturns t tI
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Its the fear of the future that thatI f
i I turns mens hair gray You Youi I t tearning
f i can lessen that fear very much muchS f fI
I S by laying aside n part of your yourt yourearnings
t earnings each week in a good goodL J JI i if
I L savings hank where here it will Y ll be beearning f fearning
I earning interest and nd where it i ii t
i will be ready to tide ie you over overany overI
i any adversity adversityIfioffle adversityf I
Ifioffle f Home Savings Bank Hank7th Bank7th
1 7th and Mass Ave AveS AveBRANCHES 1
S t BRANCHES BRANCHES7th f fth
7th th and H Sts N E i iI t
I t 436 7th St S W WDeposits V I IDeposits
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i Deposits more than a Million Millionand f fand t tt I
t and a Half HalfCREDIT I ICBZDIX iT
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CREDIT AT CASH PRICES PBICESOB
1 Off All
3 Summer Goods GoodsIncluding GoodsIncluding GoodsIncludi
Including Includi ug Refrigerators Matting MattingsGoCarts latUnJsGoCarts
GoCarts Porch and Lawn Goods GoodsSummer GoodsSumrnr GoodsSummer
Summer Draperies etc etcLansburgh eteLal1sburgh etcLansburgh
Lansburgh LansburghFurniture Lal1sburghFurni LansburghFurniture
Furniture Furni tItre Co CoInterOcean CoIntcrOcm CoInterOcean
InterOcean Building Buildin
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We Ve illustrate a section of the theMoses theI theMoses
Moses Clamping devie and andhead andhead andhead
head rod It I t server well to toshow toshow toshow
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show the superiority of the con construction construction construction ¬
struction of the Awnings we wemake wemake wemake
make makeAn makeAn makeAn
An estimate will prove that thatour thatour thatour
our Awnings are no more ex expensive exI cxpensive ¬
pensive s t than the ordinary dr drF kind kindW kindwe
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we W B MOSES 6 t SONS SONSF
F Street Corner 1 11th 11thI 1th 1thplainly Ithplainly
I OFF OFFplainly
plainly marked prices pri < S of all suits suitsand suitsand suitsand
and separate parate trousers trousersGreat trousersGreat trousersGreat
Great reductions on all furnishings furniahtnKSWe furnIablngse I IWe
We e are making room for necaary necaaryImprovements neeeuaryImprovements necessaryImprovements
Improvements ImprovementsLOEB ImprovementsLOEB
LOEB rCO CO
621 Pa Ave AveAre AveI AverAM
rAM UiLUAs LUCAS PAINT PAINTF
I Are the finest grade of orstrlctIY ofstrictly S
FllMOUS 1 strictly highgrade paints paintsAsk paintsA paintsAsk
F Ask A k for the red label labelIt labelItthe iabeiltgthe it e ethe
the first quality All colors colorsreedy X Olors1J > lors lorsre
re reedy < dy 1J to use Per 1 1 iJV iJVR 5 50 Cfl Cflgallon 0 0I
gallon gallonRI
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