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Board of Education Out Outlines Outlines Outlines ¬
lines Vigorous Cam Campaign Campaign Campaign ¬
paign paignUSH paignUSH paignUSH
Members Favor Making Principals PrincipalsResponsible PrincipalsResponsible PrincipalsResponsible
Responsible for Fareof Fare Fareof Fareof
of Pupils PupilsWar PupilsWar PupilsWar
War has been be declared formally fora + dty upon 1Ipenthe uponthe upanthe
the hokeypokey hokeyp key man and the push MI cart oartvender eartender cartbender
vender of other edibles by the Board of ofEducation ofEdu ofEducation
Education Edu aUon The plan of carapttgn oUBp Ign p has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not yet been determined determl lld upon uponThese up upThese uponThese
These venders came in for a 8 major majorshare JlNLj majorshare r rshare
share of attention at the meeting of the thelioard theboard theboard
board at the Franktm school yesterdayafternoon yesterday yesterdayafternoon ye terday terdaysUernoon
afternoon In an attack upon the sanitary san sanitary n nttary ¬
itary effect of such food one member memberdeclared memberdeclared memberdeclared
declared In her investigation last sum summer summer summer ¬
mer she had found an loe cream ore m vender venderwho venderWho venderwho
who had a contract with a retail ice icecream loecream icecream
cream dealer to furnish him with what whatwas whatwas whatwas
was left on the plates of his customers customersSeveral customersSeveral customersSeveral
Several members of the tn board advo advocated advoatoo advocated ¬
cated placing the lunch Question in the thehands thehands thehands
hands of principals and all giving them thempower thempower thempower
power to enforce children to eat at a adesignated adcsiGDated alunch
designated lunch room known k own to be besanitary beh2nltary beAlong
sanitary Along Along the line of general care for the thepupils theiuplls ther
r pupils health was the recommendation recommendationof
of Superintendent Stuart that a a mono monograph monograph monograph ¬
graph on the care of the teeth pre prepared plepared prepared ¬
pared by the Dental Society be printed printedat
at tile boards expense and that a course courseof courseof courseof
of lectures be arranged by representattves representa representatives representatives ¬
tives of the society The plan was ap approved approved approved ¬
proved provedThe provedTile provedThe
The long standing discussion regard regarding regarding regarding ¬
ing the use of the McKinley Manual ManualTraining ManualTraining ManualTraining
Training School as a night school was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought to a crisis last evening when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the matter was placed in the hands of ofSuperintendent ofSuperintendant ofSuperintendent
Superintendent Stuart Stuartto to act after legal legaladvice legaladvice legaladvice
advice had been obtained The plan planis planIs
is to accept the offer of ovolunteer ovolunteerteachers volunteer volunteerteachers volunteerteachers
teachers if it is decided the board islegally is islegally Isiegally
legally empowered to pay for Janitors Janitorsand janitorsnd janitorsS
S and nd engineers services ervtce and to levy a atax at atax
tax t on the pupils for equipment equipmentA
A on declared that
in order to keep the twentyfour play playgrounds playsrcunds playgrounds ¬
grounds open from from rom April to Decemberan December Decemberan
an appropriation arpropf1atlan of f 510000 51aOFA 10000 is needed neededMrs neededMrs neededMrs
Mrs Elizabeth Hoeke the new mem member member memi ¬
ber i er of the board was welcomed by byCaptain byCaptaln byCaptain
Captain Oyster and a resolution of ofthanks ofthBnks ofthanks
thanks was passed to t Mrs Justine Hill Hillwhom Hillwhom Hillwhom
whom she succeeds I for the interest she shelias shebas shehas
bas taken in the a schools schoolsAppointments schoolsAppointments schoolsAppointments
Appointments promotions Iom tl ns and trans transfers transfers transfers ¬
fers were announced as follows followsAppointments followsAppointments followsAppointments
Appointments AppointmentsW
W C Van Vleck probationary teacher teacherin teacherin teacherin
in the Eastern High School as 8 perma permanent pormaDent ¬
nent teacher in the Eastern High HighSchool HighSchool HighSchool
School SchoolMlse SchoolMise SchoolMuss
Muss E J r Peti Petingale e temporary temporaryteacher tentporafl temporaryteacher
teacher for two days October to er 18 and andfirst If Iffirst 10 10first
first grade Hayes School SchoolMiss Schoolts SchoolMiss
Miss ts E T Petingale first grade gradeBmallwood gradeSmallwood gradeSmallwood
Smallwood SchoolMiss School SchoolMiss 5 < hoo1 hoo1Miss
Miss N B Rutherford oooklnir oooklnirteacher Qooklnlteacher cookingteacher
teacher assigned to class at IMS S Sstreet Hstreet Istreet
street northeast northeastF
F E Parks second grade gradeMies gradeMiss gradeMiss
Miss G A A Coleman second grade gradeMiss gradLMls grad gradMiss
Miss H A Denteon fifth grade as assigned 118slJtI1ed assigned ¬
signed to the Jefferson School SchoolMies eftoo1 eftoo1MJtrs woL woLMies
Mies G A Adams Ad m8 second grace grade as assigned aJIsl assigned ¬
signed sl ed to the fourth division divisionMiss diYistonn58 divisionMiss
Miss n58 Margaret Stewart i second grade gradeassigned grade8Sstned gradeazslgned
assigned to the th fourth division divisionMiss d lvl vision visionMiss lo loMISs
Miss Evelyn Malcolm second grade gradeassigned gradeassl gradeassigned
assigned assl ed to the fourth division divisionJohn dtvJ divisionJohn ton tonJohn
John McCarthy janitor of the Amidon AmidonSchool AmidonSchool AmtdonSchool
School SchoolW SchoolW SchoolW
W P Mitchell caretaker of 1213 K Kstreet l lstreet Kstreet
street northwest northwestF
F F Amos janitor jaJ tor of the Bell B School SchoolT SehO l lT
T A Matthews janitor of o the k e Wil Wilson Ei Eison 11 11son 11 ¬
son School SchoolMiss SchoolMiss SchoolMiss
Miss E WTaneJI W TanaJi second grade assigned as assigned assigned ¬
signed to Stevens School SchoolMiss Sehoo1n5 SchoolMiss
Miss n5 G B Campbell sewing assign assigned assigned assigned ¬
ed to Armstrong Manual Ma tlal Training TrainingSchool Tral TrainingSchool lng lngSchool
School SchoolMiss School1Ii5s Schoolhiss
Miss C R Capers s HeeNi sees e0Jri grade grad rade as assigned assl assigned ¬
signed sl ed to the Corcoran CorcoranE SeMN SeMNE SeJe f fE
E M Svehax S ohax assigned a lgned te Randall RandallNight RutdallNJght RandallNight
Night School
Promotions PromotionsMiss PromotionsrUsS PromotionsMiss
Miss rUsS V C Shepherd fifth t to sixth sixthgrade sixthgrade lxtkgrade
grade and transferred from Wilson W oa to toMiner toMiner toMiner
Miner School SchoolMiss SchO Schoolhiss l lMI
Miss MI I L S Lacey fourth to tfitth tfitthgrade fifth fifthgrade fifthgrade
grade and transferred from Stevens to toWilson toWilson toWilson
Wilson School SchoolMiss ScboolMISS SchoolMiss
Miss J G Weston third to fourth fourthgrade tourthgrade fourthgrade
grade gradeMies gradeMJ86 gradeMiss
Miss R E anne second eooR < to third thirdgrade thirdgrade thirdhflell
grade gradeMtefl gradell odegrade
Mtefl ll E P Lewis Lew second to third thirdgrade thirdgrade
grade and transferred from Corcoran tTenley t tTenley te teTenley
Tenley SchoolMiss School SchoolMiss SchoollJs
Miss lJs M M Greenwood fourth te fifth fifthgrade flUkgrade fifthgrade
gradeMiss grade gradeMies grade1rI1
Miss 1rI1 s C M Arth assistant to director directorof
of primary instruction fretn tn rem m Class 4 to toClass tof tor
Class aS 5 6Miss 5Miss 5Mls
f Miss Mls C M L T Brandt sixth txtk to toenth sev seventh sew sewenth ¬
enth grade aDd transferred tr M frem Lenox Lenoxto LeftOXto Lenoxto
to Congress Congre Heights Seheel SeheelMiss SelMeIties ScheelMiss
Miss ties B S Price fifth to eighth grade gradeJefferson gra4eJetroraon gradeJefferson
Jefferson School
Transfers TransfersMiss TransfersMiss
Miss 1 B W W Butler Donning to Hayes HayesSchool Hay HayesSchool
School SchoolMiss School11M School4lh
Miss 11M > M S Ewer sixth grade gra e Webb Webbto Wbto Webbto
to Blow School SchoolMiss SchoolMiss
Miss M C Graft kindergarten gartes prin principal prJRdpaJ princIpaL ¬
cipal Blow to Webb School SchoolMies Sehe SchoolMiss 1 1USII
Miss USII E L Raun kindergarten assist assistant a assistant 4 t ¬
ant Blow to Webb School SchoolA Seho SchoolA l lA
A G Knori Garfield to Garnet Night NightSchool N1ghtSchool NightSchool
SchoolMise SchoolMiss School SchoolMice
Mice Margaret Adams sixth grade gradeCongress gradeI
I Congress engross Het Heights HelhtB hts to Lenox School SchoolMiss 5e SchoolMiss ool oolMfs
Miss K L 1 Thom second ee Bryangrade nd grade gradeMiss de mod model model model ¬
el teacher Cranch to Bryan School SchoolMiss SehoolMlu
Miss G E Batchflor second grade gradeBryan gradeBryan gradeBryan
Bryan to Cranrh School SchoolMis SchoolAiiaa
Mis 11188 Thomaelne Toriothers first grade gradeACTUALLY gradeHSYsHai gradeHealth
HSYsHai j
Health Healthj
You cant cantlook loot young if YOUI your au hair hairu u it gray fadeddull faded fadeddull ladeddull
dull and lifeless Hays Hay Hair Health will bring
back the natural color just a aa it was when you youwere youwere OU OUwere
were young y Stops dandruff d ndruff and falling fallin out outMaLec outMakeS outMales
MakeS the hair bright silky and full ull of life h r0 and andbeauty andbeautyuot andbeautyaott
beautyuot beauty not a dyewoat dyew t color or soil oil your yourakin yourskip I
akin 1
Lend l en < 1 2c c for Ire tree freebook book The Care of the Hair HairPbllo IfairPbllo falr falrPhilo
Pbllo Hay Sj Spec > c Co n NVwark N J r U 8 A APeoples APeop APeoples I
Peoples Peop es Phar Modern Phar Ste Stevens Stevans ¬
vena Pbar Sparks BratS 2 stores
Man Plans to Win Girl But ButShe ButShe ButShe
She Spurns His HisLove HisLove HisLove
HUNTINGTON W Va Oct 9RThe 9RTheplans The Thaptanc Thepiau
plans of W L Connor who faked sot sotcide ut utcl4le rt rtclde
clde in order to win the affections of ofMta ofMIH ofMiss
Mta Miss Kathryn HightlTnger of Marshall MarshallII MhI1III Marshalliii
II III have gone awry awry X alas Nlghtlinger Nightlingercame Nlghtlingercame NIhUlnrero
came o me all the way from Marshall HI HIto Dtt Illto
t to Huntington in order to hear the de despondent desponde despondent ¬
sponde spondent t lovers last t words but upon uponarriving uponarrlvinl uponarriving
arriving and finding him well and nd much muchaliye muchaUe muchaliye
aliye aUe she spurned upurn him himConnor himConDOr himConnor
Connor confessed to having trumped trumpedup
up p the suicide story la J order to win winthe winthe winthe
the girl He sent ent his photograph to a aTerre aTerre aTerre
Terre Haute paper plLper7lng saying that it was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that of an unidentified man ma who had hadattempted hadattempted hadattempted
attempted to take his own life in Hunt Hunttagton HuntJagton Huntington
tagton JagtonINDORSE ingtonINDORSB tagtonINDORSE
A resolution re olutlon from Barry Garrison GarrisonArmy GarrlllOnArmy GarrisonArmy
Army and Navy Union indorsing Indo18ln Nor Norman Norman Norman ¬
man A Merritt for the Poetmaster Po Poetrnastetnhip Poetrnastetnhipof tmaatershlp tmaatershlpot hlp hlpof
of Washington Se today on its way w y to toPresident toPre toPresident
President Pre klent Taft This Th l resolution re olutlon whichwac whichwas which whichwac
wac introduced Introdu ed at a meeting of the thegarrison theprrl thegarrison
garrison prrl on last night was unanimously unanimouslyadopted unlnlmeu8lYadopted unanimouslyadopted
adopted adoptedBunker adoptedBunker adoptedBunker
Bunker HIM Road to Abby Simmons SimmonsSchool SimmonSehool SimmonsSchool
Resignations Accepted Acceptedw
I W C Myers R H Browne BrewnRobert BrewnRoberttV Robert RobertWilson RobertWilson
Wilson tV W H Byers and Me Miss C G GChappell GChappell GChappell
Miscellaneous MiscellaneousOpen MiscellaneousOpen MiscellaneousOpen
Open first grade in Simmons School SchoolF
F B Parks detailed to position of ofteacher otteacher ofteacher
teacher of woodworkingMiu woodworkingMiss woodworking woodworkingMiss
Miss G A Coleman detailed as asteacher asteacher asteacher
teacher of cooking cookingThe eoeklngThe cookingThe
The names of the following persons personswere personwere personswere
were placed on the list of substitute substituteteachers substituteteachers substituteteachers
teachers in the public schools schoolsMiss schoolsJifl8B schoolsMiss
Miss H S Nicholson Nlchol on high schools schoolsIn schoolIn
In Hmglish Bngll h Latin German and his histery history history
tory toryMrs
Mrs A S McDaniel high schools schoolsin schoolsIn schoolsin
in English EnglishMlse EnglishMI88 EnglishMiss
Miss A M Merrill high schools In InLatin InLaUn inLatin
Latin German French and history historyCooking historyCooking historyCooking
Cooking class cla s established e at 1338 1338H 1338H 1338H
H street northeast sessions one night nighteach nigbteach nighteach
each weekFirst weekFirst week weekFirst
First and second grade Benning BennlngSchool BenningSehool BenningSchool
School combined Miss B F Tegeler Tegelerassigned Tegeler88slgned Tegelerassigned
assigned as teacher teacherLeave te teacherLeave her herLeave
Leave of absence ab ence granted for three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months to Miss A E Concklin
Reported ReportedOVERCONSPIRACY That Political PoliticalTrouble PoliticalTrouble PoliticalTrouble
Trouble Is Part of Move Movement Movement Movemeet ¬
ment in ServiaVIENNA Servia ServiaVIENNA ServiaVIENNA
VIENNA Oct IDlepatehe Dispatches from fromSons fromSo fromSofia
Sons So today declare that a military con conspiracy OOt1splraey conspitaey ¬
spiracy against Csar Ferdinand of Bul Bulgaria BUlgaria Bulgaria ¬
garia na has been discovered dt covered The authorities au authorities authorities ¬
thorities are preserving tho utmost se secrecy secrecy secrecy ¬
crecy regarding the affair and few of ofthe otthe ofthe
the details have leaked leakedout leakedoutIt outIt out outIt
It is certain certain that numerous secret ar arrests arre arrests ¬
rests re rests l have been made mad and that the war warminister WKTminister warminister
minister has Issued a a decree ordering orderingcommanding ordorlngcommandlnlr orderingcommanding
commanding officers to warn their theirsubordinates theirubordlt theirsubordinate
subordinates ubordlt against joining secret or organizations orlzatloJUJ organizatlons ¬
ganizations lzatloJUJ concerning conoernln < < the loyalty of ofwhich otwhleb ofwhich
which there is J the slightest sU < < hte t suspicion suspicionIn
In political circles here it is suspect suspected sUQeetad suspected ¬
ed that the Bulgarian conspiracy is ispart Ispart ispart
part of the recently discovered dl covered movement move movement movement ¬
ment in Servia and Montenegro against againsttheir againsttheir againsttheir
their respective rulers King Peter and andPrince andPrince andPrince
Prince Nicholas Nlcholasnd and in favor of a union unionof unionot unionof
of the countries c untrle under a single sovereign sov sovereign soverehm ¬
ereign ereignA erehmA ereignA
A combination of Bulgaria Servia Serviaand Servilland Serviaand
and Montenegro would be stronger than thanthe thllnthe thanthe
the Austrian government wishes wt he to con contemplate contemplate contemplate ¬
template so near its borders especially especiallyas
as if such a combination is planned plannedRussia plannedRUIl8I plannedRussia
Russia must be behind it itMISS ItMISS itMISS
Miss MI s Kate Barry today begins in the theoffice theotftee theoffice
office of president pre ldMlt of the St Pauls PaulsSenior PaulsSenior PaulsSenior
Senior Sodality of the Blessed Ble sed Virgin VirginMan VirginMan VirginMa
Man Ma having been chosen to that office officeat officeIlt officeat
at the the annual election last night at St StPauls StPauls StPauls
Pauls parish hall The other officers officersare officersare officersare
are Miss Ml Mary IaI Htekey first assistant assistantprefect as assistantprefect lstant lstantprefect
prefect Miss dl Mary Livingston second secondassistant seoon secondssistant < l las
assistant as l tant prefect Mtee 1I1 Liss Mae L L1 treas treasurer treasurer tre s surer ¬
urer and Miss Mary Cedrick secre secretary secretary socretary ¬
STRASBURG Germany Oct OctPrince 29 29Prince 29prl
I Prince prl n e and Princess Henry of Prussia Prussiamade Prussiamade Prussiamade
made an ascension in an ordinary bal balloon balloon halloon ¬
loon piloted by Prof Hergesell They Theylanded Theylanded Theylanded
landed at 3 oclock between Heidelberg Heidelbergand Heidelbergand Heidelbergand
and Wuerzburg
Sailors Entitled to Wear Navy HE HEfor E EFor Efor
For Marksmanship Pub Published Published Published ¬
lished Today TodayThe TodayTbe TodayThe
The Navy Department has h announeed announeedthd announeedthe announcedthe
the names of the enlisted tat men members membersof
of crews ec of the battleships bttJe hlps who made madesuch madeaueh madesuch
such excellent scores BCOr at target prac practice practice practice ¬
tice that they are entitled to wear the theletter th thletter theletter
letter B E on o th the sleeves aeev of their jump jumpers jumper ¬
ers er
The gUll crews entitled to the honor honorare honorare honorare
are those tho commanded by Lieut H E EKimmel EKimmel BKimmel
Kimmel Louisiana Lieut I C KIdd KIddNew KlddNew KiddNew
New Jersey Jen y Ensign En ign W V R Ferguson FergusonNew FergusonNew FergusonNew
New Hampshire Ensign W R Carter CarterMinnesota CarterMJnne CarterMinnesota
Minnesota MJnne ota Ensign L C Farley Mary Maryland MarylandLIeut Maryland ¬
land landLIeut Lieut L H Lacey New ew Hamp Hampshire Hampshire ¬ f fsblre
shire Lieut A A H Rice North Caro Carolina CaTOIIna Carolina ¬
lina Lieut W T R Vanauken Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington Lieut F S Whitten North Car Carolina Carolina Carolina ¬
olina Midshipman T J Kelliher Mon Montana 11ontana Montana ¬
tana Capt J C Beaumont U S M C CGeorgia CGeorgia CGeorgia
Georgia Ensign En lgn W V L Carstein New NewHampshire NewHampshire NewHampshire
Hampshire Midshipman M F Knox KnoxCleveland KnoxCleveland KnoxCleveland
Cleveland Midshipman Mid hlpmMn R E Gillmer GillmerHull G GlilmerHull 111m er erHull
Hull Ueut J O Richardson TingeyCUBES Tingey TingeyCURES TlngC3CURES
New Discovery Has Revolutionised the theTreatment theTreatment theTreatment
Treatment of Skin Diseases DiseasesNothing DiseasesNothing DiseasesNothing
Nothing in the history h1 tory of medicine has hasover hasover hasover
over approached the success of the mar marvelous marvelous marvelous ¬
velous skin remedy known as poslam poslatnwhich poslamwhich poslamwhich
which it is safe to say has ha cured more morecases morecases morecases
cases of eczema and skin diseases than thanany thanany thanany
any remedy ever offered for these ills illsThe IUsThe insThe
The success of poslam is not at all allsurprising aUsurpriSing allsurprising
surprising when It is considered that thateven thateven thateven
even a very small quantity applied to tothe tothe tothe
the skin stops itching Immediately and andcures andcures andcures
cures chronic cases in two weeks The Thevery Thevery Thevery
very worst cases of eczema as well as asacne asacne asacne
acne herpes tetter piles salt rheum rheumrash rheumrash rheumrash
rash crusted cm ted humors scaly scalp and andevery andevery andevery
every form of Itch yield yl d to It readily readilyi readilyBleml readilyBlemishes
i Blemishes Bleml he such as II pliutiiee red noses nosesmuddy nosesmuddy nosesmuddy
muddy and inflamed skin disappear al almost almost i imost
most immediately when poslam p Ihun is ap applied applied applied ¬
plied the complexion being cleared clearedover clearedover clearedover
over night nightEvery nightEvery nightEvery
Every druggist keeps both the 50cent 50centsize iiOcentsize 60centsize
size for minor troubles and the 2 jar jarand jarand jarand
and either of these may be retained C talnOO in inWashington InWashington inWashington
Washington at Ograms O Donnells ODonnellsthe Donnellsthe Donnellsthe
the Peoples Drug Store Afflecks tJecks as aswell aswen aswell
well as other reliable drug stores storesBut storesBut storesBut
But no one Is even asked to purchase purchaseposiam purchaseposiam purchaseposam
posiam without first obtaining an experimental ex experimental experimental ¬
perimental package which will be sent sentby sentI sentby
I by mail free fr of charge hargE upon request requesti requestby
i by the Emergency Laboratories 32 32West 39West
I I West city Twentyfifth street New York Yorkcity Yorkcity
t t Y = > j I it It
Thats the Kind cfGuarantee cf oftee
tee teeGuarantee
Guarantee for Me MeThe MeI
Patent Leather eat er Guarantee GuaranteeIf
If the Patent Burrojaps aBurrolapsrr leathtr in inthe inthe in iny1
y1 t the uppers uppers of o al thrse tilse A shoes breaks before the thefirst theSuch rhoi
i t1 first sole is worn ern through we authorize authorizeRobert authorizef
f y < y Robert Berberkhfs Sons to replace them themrith the
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With Every Pair o oD
Such a guarantee makes unsatisfactory shoe service impos impossible impossible impossible ¬
sible And its it 5 a patent leather shoe thats guaranteed too tooWhat tooWhat r rWhat
What man does not appreciate the superior beauty of patent patentleathers patent1eathers patentleathers
leathers I Lack of service has been their one objectionable feat feature featurethe featurethe ¬
ure urethe the uppers would break through throughNow throughNow throughNow
Now this one objection is entirely entirelyswept swept away awayfor for if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the uppers of a pair pair of BUBEO BTJRROJAPS JAPS APS break through before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the sole is worn through BERBERICH guarantees to rePlace re replace replace ¬
place them with a new pair ABSOLUTELY FREEYour FREE PEEEYour FREEYour
Your first pair pair of Guaranteed BUEEOJAPS BURROJ APS will con convince convince
t vince you that the right kind of patent leathers are not notonly notonly notonly
only the most stylish but the most serviceable of all shoes y t tS4M55OO
S4M55OO S4M55OOWith 400 00 00With f 500 ± 0
With a choice of o over Srsty Si ty New Fall Models to select from made over lasts that thatcombine thatcombine thatcombine
combine xterior beauty with interior comfort comfortGuaranteed I
Guaranteed BDRROJAPS BURROJ PS Also so Come o hoe In n Doll t tROBERT and an Tan an Leathers LeathersWashingtons LeathersROBERT
Washingtons Largest and Most Progressive Shoe House HouseEstab
Estab 1868 111 111642O22 6182 02 2 7th S St te N W Wj WB j B Bet L and M I
I Remember That You Can Always Have Every Purchase ChargedOpen Charged
513515517 51351 517 7THST 7THSTOpen 7 R ST STOpen
Open Until 9 oclock Tomorrow Night Nightilverman NightThe NightThe
The Last Sbipment of the theI theSilverman theSilverman
Silverman Purchase of Mens Suits SuitsBe
Be quick quickis is the word we have for the men The balance of ofthe ofthe
the great reat Silverman purchase of Mens Suits is now on sale And it is isby isby isby 1
by far far the best of the lot These dressy and stylish stylishS1its suits are just from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the hands of the tailors having been in work when the purchase was wasconsummated wasconsummated wasconsummated
consummated and now jest received receivedS
S Buys the theThat theJ1O
5 75Buysthe
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That shows the way you can save all the way down the theline lines line Thesuits The Thesuits Thesuits
suits now going on sale are the snappiest smartest garments ever shown shownin shownin shownin
in Washington Youll regret it if you miss miss this suitbuying chance
1000 Suits 575 575Y Y LZ
1750 Suits 1275 75
2250 Suits > 1675 1675uts
2500 Suits 21J1 2 7 75 5
3000 Suits uts 2575 2575Mens 2675Mens Z ZDens
Dens 1500 Raincoats 1175 1175Mens 1175Mens
Mens 2000 Raincoats 1475 1475Mens
Mens 2500 Raincoats 1975 1975Young 1975Young 1975Young J
Young Mens 1000 Suits at 5750 5750Young 750 750Young 750Young
Young Mens 1350 Suits at 51000 51000Mens S1000Mens 1000Mens
Mens 150 Fancy Wash Vests 75c 7ScMens 75cMens 75cMens
Mens 5400 400 and 500 Fancy Vests 3249 3249The 249
7000 Pairs Shoes From FromBaltimore Fro FroBaltimore
Baltimore Fire FireThe
The wellKnown firm of S Halle a2 Son 325 W Baltimore street streetBaltimore streetBaltimore sheetBaltimore
Baltimore whose establishment was damaged by the great fire of Octo Qctober October October ¬
ber 17 have sold to the Hecht Stores the best of their stocK It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been placed on sale and is crowding the big shoe department to its itscapacity itscapacity itscapacity
capacity capacitysome capacityMost capacityMost
Most of the stock is absolutely perfect perfectson1e perfectsome
some very slightly affected by smoke
Here are the prices
Mens Men Patent Leather and Gun Gunmetal Gunmetal Gunmetal
metal welts blucher and straight cut cutalso fcf fcfalso
also ke keVI viol VI I kid all siaes I value I IMIM98 stra1Jt 189 60 Sale Saleprice Saleprice 2 37
price f fMisses
Misses and Childrens Cloth C10t Top TosllButton Button Buttonand Buttonand
and Gun M Metal Ietal tl Button Shoes all high highgrkdei gh h C
grkdei grades values valu iv 2 and 1260 8 sties 11 toat to toat S Sat 9 7
at 51W 111 W SS to 11 atBoys at atBoys atnO
Boys nO 8 and Youths Youtt Solid Sole Satin Calf CalfShoes cal C CShoes CShoes
Shoes splendid wearing shoes hoe sines 4ses 9 to tovalue fi fivalue 6value 8 7
value 1 2 Sale priceMlssi price priceMisses priceJIaHII
Misses JIaHII an a and Childrens Cldldre Vial Kid Patent PatentTip C
Tip Shoes all n sfaes S to 2 sell Hlltug + ug g at atA UO UOA 130A 7 8e
A big bargain at v
Yens Heavy Derby Ribbed Shirts and OQC OQCDrawers 3 39CDrawers 9c 9cDraw
lie for day dayWomens dayomons dayWomens
Drawers Draw I selling Uing at t We a
Womens omons Heavy HNV Rlbb Ribbed < < d Soft Fleeced Vest Ve Ws 2 < Vic Vicand 1 1and c cand
and Pants s Mlttn setting Hinr < < at ac for a day dayodds dayMens ay ayAIen
AIen Mens Wool ancl Wool Fleeced Underwear 6 AC ACodds 9c 9codda
odds and ends Sell up to 111Mens 111 150Mens L v vMens
Mens Black ma k S Sem Seamless aml s Half Hose Ho e In all 4iC 4iCsize 4 A tc tcsize C Csizes
sizes size sn S ll atlOe at JOe For a day dayWomens 2 2Vornon 2 2Womens
Womens Vornon Blaek B Ja lack k GaUR Gau Ho ROM that s sell ll 1 reg 11C 11Cularly 11 11C 11Cularly
ularly at 17c for a dayMens day dayMens dayMens
Mens and Boy Boys Oxford Coat Sweaters Se ters OQC OQCheavy 39Cheavy g C
I heavy quality Sell at TSe TSeMens 75eMen 7kMens
Mens Men Wool Coat Sweaters in plain plain gray 79 79and 7 > J QC QCand ACand
and with colored borders 1150 1J LIiO value valueMans valueMen valueFans
Mans Men Fancy Fans Woven Wool Coat Sweaters 9 s sgray Cc Ccgray c cgray
gray and tan ta 32 32Wool 2 value valueOldll valueOdds
Odds and ends in Melt Mens Highneck 1 4 x9 9
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Wool Sweaters sell u at
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Womens Tan Button and Bhiebor Shoes Sb Fataat FataatButton hte PateetButton t tButton
Button and Bluoher Shoos Gun GtI Metal Button and andBluohar andBluchor andBlucher
Blucher Shoes some Extra High Tp Tt p
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