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P, KJJV THE WASHINGTON TIMES.' SUNDAY, MARCH. 26, 1916. 17 K1GT0N HOLDS ITS OWN WHEN II COMES 10 BOWLING Records of 1915 Tournament Show That Local Stars Are , as Goocj as Any Others. That Washlnston can hold lis own w(h any city In the country when It qomei to bowling prowess was ngali ,'' Jemontrated In Baltimore Friday nights ' nd" Is further testified to by the re cords of the first Atlantlo Coast Bowl ing Association tournament, held In Boston last 'year. In these national competitions, thrco Washington doubles tcans finished 1, 2, ', in i, the iluckpln twosomes. I.emmon and. rfrauss, .aW HarlcJ.and Uaum tied for first 'place In this event with scores 4f vTOT," while' ' Pratt and Ferguson f ol- ' lowed .will). "M. Another Washington pair, Lewis and Sanderson, rolled 630 fori fourteenth place. ' i .In the duck singles eight Capital men hung up marks of' 325 or betteV. They were: H. Stanford, 356, for fifth place: E. Howser. 334; E. Ferguson. 333; J. Mlchaud, 331; J. M. Murphy, 329; II. F. Krauss. 326; II. W. Armlger. 325; and X. II. Bchofleld, 325. The Palace quint from this city spilled thoVducka for a. total of l.BSJ, placing fifth In 'the final ratings. HarryKrauss annexed 'second position In "all 'events,'.' with a grand total of 1,064. . Krauss repeated this standing In the tenpln class with a total of 1,887. High water marks In the Boston tour ney were as follows: Duckplns Individuals: Mart el. of Lowell, Mass., 31 (1); W. J.,Bcatty, of. nustuu, oia i'f i aui i-ocnicr, 01 wuinc), 367 ). Doubles: Lerumon and Krnus-. of Washington,, 707. il); Ilarlcy and Haum, of Washington. '07 (1); Pratt and Fer guson, of Washington. "04 (2). ; Teams: Chauncy. of Boston. .1.073 ft); Somervtlle. of Somervllle. -1,611 it): White Way. of Lowell. 1.016 (3). All vents- W. J. Beatty. 1,02. (1). Tenpins Individuals: Ileitis, of New York. 676 111; Koster. of New York, i74 (2); Jlminy Smith, of New York, 604 (3). Doubles: James and Holland, of Bos ton. 1.777 '!); Stewart and Itusj, of E?henectaty 1.241 (2); McKlnstry and Ardollne. of Hartford. l.KR (3). Teams: Grand Centra! Terminal, of New York, .1,874 (1); Bergman Stars, of New York. 2,343 (i); Venetian, of Hart ford. 2.716 3. All events: Helns, of New York, 1,3: (11. CandleplnsIndlviduals: C. Johns, of Gloucester, .S3 (1); W. J. Beatty. of Boston. 31S (2); H. B. Coburn. of Bos ton. 313 (3). Doubles' M.irtel and Foehler. da 1: Coburn and Thornton, of Boston. 667 (2); Walsh and Howard, of Boston, C62 IS). Teams: Chauncy, of Boston, 1.515 (11: XororoM Garage, of Worcester, 1,503 (2); Boston Amateur Club. 1.501 ff. Next Saturday Sees Meet at Bowie Open The "snort of kings" opens the 1916 season at Prince George Fork, Bowie. next Saturday, and from the outlook at present It will be the most prosperous since the return of racing. During the past few weeks all the prominent own ers and trainers of Maryland and Vir ginia have had the best of their lot either at Bjawle or Bcnnlng getting them readv to face the barrier, and they are reported to be rcHdy to give a good account of themselves, while those who have been racing In the South and Cuba have returned to show that thoy can race al the winter wltliout losing any of their speed. General Manager O'llara has an nounced that the association will glvn seven races each day, at least three of which 'will bo a mile or over. The offi cials will be the same as those of last year. Uses $5,000,000 of Villa Notes for Business Cards NORA SPRINGS. Iown. March W.-If Villa ever produces nil tho gold he has told of hiding In the mountains of Mex- lco1 and starts to redeem his paper , currency, E. W. Ilarr, well-known col lector of coins and documents, of this city, will become a millionaire. In the last week Mr. Harr has been collecting Villa currency, and lie now has mora than S5.000.000 of tho hnnrilt's paper notes. With his name, printed on the reverse side, ho Is using- tho cur lency for business cards. POULTRY V sSS: i isV K&$v kP Win Don't think I'm worth one cent? You nut out your eood monev.for me as an pcrc. Now that I am a baby chick, make sure of raising me. Feed pr30 Baby Costs only one cent a chick for to raise me and every other livable chick. Keeps us all from havjng bowel trouble, drooping wings and baby cWck diseases. 14 lbs., i.uu. rack-ages as low as 25c. prj1$ Poultry Regulator Insures continual growth. Is what wo need when we get older. Hastens maturity. 25 lbs., $2.60; 12 lbs., ouc. ana zoc. , ,. Most Dealers in Poultry Supplies sell M :iiu Q.U.BeatGallaudet G. U. Trounces St Jo. Coaches Moron and O'Reilly Satis fied, at Showing of Charges, 'in First Games. Catholic University and Georgetown University cioches, In the persons of Charles Moran and ohn O'Rdlly, are more than Mkllslied ltlr the showing made by their lespccllvo teams In yes terday's ball games und will point their charges for tho pan.es of th"a week, which Include engagements with Clark Giifftth'a Nationals. Catholic University defeated Oallau det by a 7-lo-i score, winning all the way and showing considerable strength desplto tho fact that but little practice hud been held on tha tuif, Jecrgotuwn found Mt. St Jon.'1'h'n scft picking. Owens, Flnnegan, and Mtiriny hut led well for Ut'oimtuwn, whtlo Ilr.rrv Sul livan, last ear a 1'rnnklj.n it ten delimit Intl. poled three doublta Into the i.'ght field bleachers. C.oacli Mornir figures C. V. will bo as stiong as ever this season and looks to havo a wcll-balnnctd ugyrcratlon. John O'Hellly Iidk mude m cm In his sound and It Jnwllllng to let any of his can didates go. There were two fcchoolloy game. Central drew first tlond In handlnz the Bliss Bleclrlcal .School a 1S-t-3 beutlng, while Tech took on i-tc-3 lacing from ISl-lscondl High School, nt Alexandria. Notes of Amateurs. Treasury, .Marines, Navy, Forestry .uiiiuiercv, nu i.iurury will mnjtc up i no uovcrnment League this year. ano games will bo played on the Whlto lAJt. A meeting was held last night at tho residence of W. C. Deane. - Charllo Marks, 418 Twelfth street southwest, will handlo challenges for tho I,lmvortli A. C. nine, which holds Its first" practice today. Tho Brookland A. C. Is working out at Ninth und Monroo streets, Brookiana, today. John .Maho-icy, 1343 Kearney street northwest. Is manager. The Commissioners nre being rounded up by E. A. Waldeckcr. 4lu District Building, -who wants to know what players will tr out for tho nine. Tho Bureau team, of the Departmen tal League, will play Gallaudet Collego on Wednesday next. Manager Williams is working out his team at First and M streets .northeast, today. Itegent A. C candidates ore getting In their first licks todHy at Fifth and Klorida avcnti" northeast. O. Ottcn burg, 1X43 Seventh northwest, wants to hear from seventeen-! car-old teams. -. Th Mohawks and Htllbrooks are playing their opening game of the sea son today at seventeenth and D streets southeast. C. Hamilton Olive, manager 'of the Foundry ball club. Navy Yard, 1). C, wants games with tho Park. Napco. .Mayilowcr. and Brookland A.'C. teams. Automobile for Every 13th Resident of County -ALBANY. N. T March 36. In pro portion to Its population more automo biles were registered with Secretary of State Hugo last year from Putnam county than from any other county In the State, the ratio being one to every thirteen residents, thn Bronx furnish ing the other extreme with one to every 205 of Its population. In thirty-one, or an even half of tho counties, there was a cat last year for every twenty-nine person or lers. The lotlo for the Slate In general was one to every fort j -one residents. Widow Gets $5,095 for Husband Railroad Victim WIl.KESBABRE. To., March M. Mrs Matgarct Kcussner, widow of .Van i Feussner, who was killed jhllo In the employ of ho Wilkesharro and lluzleten railroad, got a verdict of j3.a Feussner wns a britWeman. While un loading a barrel of whisky at the Georgetown" Btatlon the platform broke. Feussner fell under the ban el and was so badly Injured that he died the next day. ' His wife charged that tho company was negligent In providing a faulty trestle. No Time for Quibbling. Tho Wounded One Look 'ere. What's the matter with you? I'm on'y scratch ed. I want to go on flzhtlug! The Rescuer I don't care. I promised mv girl I'd bring her home a medal, and now's my chance Parsing Show. POULTRY AIR HILL POULTRY FARM, C. B. CROSS, Prop. S. C. White Leghorn eggs for hatching 51.50 per setting. These eggs nre from stock that has won in a show. CLIFTON STATION, Va., R. F. D. 3 you spend one cent and me Chick Food three weeks. Guaranteed $1.25; packages $1.00, jA f" USE IHCUBATOR EGGS FOR HOIEPURPOSES Department of Agriculture Ad vises Sale of Such Product Lowers Prices. The mixing of eggs taken from In cubators with other eggs sent to mar ket, as the pTactlco has grown from year to ycr, has tended to lower the average prices offered for spring eggs by cold storage packers. Spring shlpmopts of eggs, free from Incubator eggs, nro pf such good quality that paekeni do not have to gb to the extra cost of candling each egg before storing It. Such eggs can be "clicked." tWce at a time, to detect cracks, and quality Is determined by tho rcsli powdery look of the shell. These measures, how ever, wll not detect eggs which havo l!,hli-ilncub,,te! "nd fnllcd t0 a'ch "i"1 which nro useless for storage purposes, 10 FREE This Week: Charles Cherry in "The Passers By." House Peters in "The Hand of Peril' For tile four best letters from Times readers stating why you would trade with one of the below advertisers, we will give ten theater tickets to each of four persons. The winning letters will be published in this same space nexj Sunday. Letters must not reach us later than Thursday evening and should not exceed one hundred words. Tickets must be called for not later than Monday between ?. and 5:30. Address Classified, Advertising Manager .The Washington Tunes. SLIP COVERS MADE TO ORDER 3-Plere Hllp ' n nsi Covers, In L C X IleUlan Damask ..UlOt3 .wdtd Wu're making this very special ynu ncuualntofl with our vurerlor ployed hence only the BKST results. Write or and our representative will call with samples. illlll.lMVIiin mum WBfiffl SLIP COVERS rillCKl SLIP C (IVI.n TOPS WITH ALL OHUEH TAKKN THIS WEEK REUPHOLSTBRING 3-IMrcr Parlor Suite nrupholaterrit In Tapestry , $4.75 U.S. Upholstery OLD STRAW HATS ReblocKed Equal to New Our method of cleaning, dya Insr, and reblocklne old straw hats cannot bo surpassed. Old hemp, mllan. neapolltan, and chip hats rebloched Into advanced spring- styles. Panamas and leghorns cleaned and reblocked Into up-to-date styles. , Advanced styles In ladles' hat frames now being displayed. Ladies' Capital Hat Shop 508 11th St. h.W. Phone Main S322. Our Work Is Our Reputation. r We on poUUUe wlrlni fhomes for olootnclty.'V No matter how els- orate your decorations wall paper, or flrln mar be. you cui rut Murd that our umiI aleouinans Will nt U or anmca them In th UtTitt cree. this uitmcii backed by our OUA JIANTEB. Lomroat prices. Phone M. TW. P. J. I.niby ; Ca. Bicctrloal Cen tractors aoia k Woodward., .Building. YOCKSIGNCO. SIGNS. SH0WCARD5 A. BANNERS A SPECIALTY. ESTIMATES FURNISHED 9th & t Sts.NW DE General Livery Company r.aar Z" Ti We will hire iou nnrat or :on lor an "WaJl tinA el bullous by day, weak or month, litcaitse, even If not actually spoiled when stored, they; soon become so. Cndllnff Reduces J'ricti. When the egg packers ore forced to candlo they quickly determine accur ately the average number pf Incubator eggs to tho, case from tho different col lecting points anil regulate their prices accordingly. . In final analysis therefore, the coun try sfHpper Is'paldon tho average for just what ne ships" to the 'wholesale center, and he Itf. turn banes his pay ment to the producer on his own re turns yf ' The eggs removed from an Incubator becauso they are Infertile, while nbt fit after such heating for keeping, and not good for boiling or poaching, may, If lined at once, be fried, and are.good for cake and certain other baked foods. Such Infertile eggs, moreo vet, make one of tho best feeds for early chicks and many poultrymcn iiso all tnelr In fertile eggs from incubators for tills purpose. Wine to Use Them at Home. Tho farmer, therefore, would be wise to use such eggs immediately at home nnd not to mix them with "his spring eggs. He should send only fresh eggs to market and should try to sell to the country collector, or store, on a strict quality basis. Incubator eggs when they reach mar ket Ve classified as ''Low Grade No. 2," and th presence of any number of them In a case reacts unfavorably on tho grading of (no entire thirty dozen at the hands of tho first wholesale!. TICKETS Purchased r.-riece Slip f'oiera. In Belgian Damask. nelgliTn Damask.. .tffaUU offr for the purpose of making work. Only expert workmen em telephone Main 8186 I K-rieec Parlor Salle IteupaoUterrd In Tapestry $7.50 Co.42st.N.w. William Cannon 1225 7th St RW. One of Washington's lead ing and most reliable liquor dealers, established and lo cated here over a quarter cen tury. Choice line of Wines, Liquors, and Cordials. Family Trade Solicited. 'Thone Your Order" North 528 Hair and Felt Mat tresses made oyer and renovated, all sizes, equal to new, $1.00 only. Work guaranteed, called for and delivered same day. We also make over boxDrlnirs. EAGLE BEDDING CO., U0 7th St. N. W. Phone N. . Colds Lead to Pneumonia Take the Proper Precaution! BURY'S CHILL AND MALARIAL CAPSULES Take better effect on the strma than quinine. For Sale By All Druggist 25c a Box Prompt.Skillful, Accurate Watch Repairing Complicated Swiss and Railroad Watches a specialty. Hamilton. 1 sire. 17 jew el. 20-ycar edsc. 918.9S AUGUST fRANCONETTI, 03S C. Hi. N. W. Positively the best bar gains in ladies' ready-to-wear garments in city. Free alterations. FRENCH SHOP, . 020 V HT X. XV. Open 1'vf.nliign. American Hat fo. nenoators and Dlearhera of Ij dlea' Hats, Oha ua a trial and he conlnred. All work auaranteH and read ulihln .1 or I daa irom da lecehej Nathi n lachrach rrop F SPACE HE HASN'T GOT Secretary RedfieM Admits He Must for First Time in Life ' Become a Lawbreaker. 8ecretary ot Commerce Bedfleld has been caught fairly between tfac upper and the nether millstone or two Im mutable laws. The Secre&ry frankly admits that he la "up against It, and must for the "first, tAie in his life be come law-breaker." The Federal Trade Commission act requtresthe Secretary to give the com mission such space as It may need In IN) Commerce building. There Is no equivocation about It. The Federal Trade Commission say it needs more room. ' Tho Secretary has none to speak of. He confldefl today that the only dlftl culty In. the way of the law requiring him to-give space to, the commission, was Its failure to repeal the laws of REQUIRED TO LlRNiSH TO CRANDALLS and Paid For by Tho Washington Last Week's Winners March 21. till. CUtnlfltS Adtertlalpx i'nr. Washington Tlmn. Dfsr Sir 1 cn hmrllly recommend the Vacuum Trtsimmt for tnoM who are In cllned to b nmoui. Kor jrs I t'fld linn a ntrtous wreck, utftrlnr from nwre hrailschti. and palm In my back My stomach wan In such a condition that 1 could only retain the llchteat food, and 1 had tried all the noted phatclans In the tlty without rellff. I na on the erge of dtipslr hn I hap. pened to notice the ad of lrorefor I'srlnT'a In The Tlmn. I went at once and heitan the treatment!, and have been reeling like a new peraon eer alnce. Very alneerjly youra. M1SB MAIIY CLAYTON. 71S I-wrnce at N. E.. Jlrooklind, D. l". ITrue copy). Wahlnton. D. C. Felt. . 115. Clauineil AdtertlalnK Manager. Dear fir Aa a memlr of the Cletelanil baaeball team, who had auch aurrraaful ataaon laal year. I am glad to hr the op. portunlly lo recommend Walford's on lln the heul llnrr ot the aportlnr norm for u, and I know he can aatlafy all Mho gltc ln'm a chance. The learn ordered fourteen ult from Mr. Walford and wu very much-rle'1' when we recelted them (which was not ery Ions), aa ihry came up to thr aunda.nl. nnd In how that w wrr pleaard we all ha boiifht our nerda In baaehall. Inkt Iwll and football lines from him r truly joura. noiiKUT kmitii. Si Itandolph place northwrt. March II. lil The Claarifled AdtertlalnK Manager. The Waahlnalon Time Dear Kir In apeaklna of the ailtrrtlaer In our Sunday paper I wnnt to ay that ih ad. of The I-adln Hat Kactory. KH !th at. N. Y.. haa 1 attrsrted me and laal week I took an old hat there lo he reb'.ocked. It came back practically new. and conalder Inc the price. 1 can recommend them tn any one. Vry truly our. MAUD E. QUEEN, HI! Sth at. N W Waahlnston. I). C. March X. 11. ClaaaMed Adertlalnic Manacer, Tho Waah Inglon Tlmea. Dear Sir -I think I ceil pafelv recommend the American I'phnlaterlnc Company " b-lnr one of the beat uphoI'trlns ahopa In Waahlrutlon. I had my parlor aet recoered there and when It came luck l looked like a new ael Conalderlnic the price. I think II la one of-the beat proposition ynu will find. Youra truly. MP.S. PIBItRE M. JONES. 1117 O at. N W IT PAYS To Melrcnd Tlrea. .I.OIHI Mllex nnnrnntee.l. rtrlna: bh the old tire yon J linve Ihruwn nalilr. W. H. PARLETT, 60S P Street N. W. Phone Main T2S4. Kverytklnic For Voar Aatoa. HDIE5' HATS BLOCKED and DYED Latest Shapes. Reasonable Trices. PANAMA HATS Bleached and Blocked GALBLUM BROS. 940 N. Y. Ave. N. W. Phone Main 6S35 V.MARINO SIIOII M.Mr.C rtMlKll. Shoes half soled and heeled, snwed on while you wait. We will ajlvn ticket to the theater for oery clollnr's worth of mercnnnaiie hi our place. 725 8th Street S. t WANTED AND FOR SALE. Motorcycles and Bicycles, nenalrlns. no-cart tires put on and repaired. Call ed for by dropping; lis n card to Mt'NGBn nnos.. 719 North Capitol. KM Sth Bt. N. XV. Thrifty Buyers would sec your announcement if it appeared here. I no ture that Immutably .Inhibit two bodies occtlpylng tho sam.o.paco at the same time Tfto 'Secretary Concedes that, this can not bo done. Ho Is faced, however, with the statute requiring that he give "such additional spneo to tho commission as It may need." Tho Comnlcrco building Is al ready crowded. Space Is ' needed for other bureaus. The Secretary says ho has put the matter up to Solicitor Thurman and can find no 'relief. ' tie' discovers that there is a law that he must operate .the Department of Commerce. Consequently ho can not Cut out a bureau or office or, -set It' In the street, furthermore ho must run It efficiently. The Secretary confesses that he is at a loss aa to what -to do. As a temporary expedient, he 'has given up one of his own rooms. By moving Assistant Sec retary Sweet, and piling up the chief clerk's offlco a little, ho has tnrfdc three moro rooms available for tho Federal Trade Commission. But these arc not enough. The Commission wants mote room. Congress, recently calling atten tion to the law on the stiblect, told tho commission when It asked for quar ters or its own to go to tho Secretary of Commerce And get them. The Secretary has goe as far as he can. It may tako tho best legal brains ot the Government to discover what further to do under the circumstances, and how the Secretary can furnish space ho has not got. Times The Vacuum Treatment Restores the Blood Circulation, and It Curea locomotor Ataxia, Creeping ' ral)l, Heart LMtcaae. Hardening of the. Spinal Column Cord and Arterlea. Aathma. Insomnia, Curaturo of the Hplne. Arlerlo Hcleroala. Verlieo. Ail ments of the Hiomarh, Nenous and 1'rlnary rlyalun, Ailments l. rullar to Women, and tho Keiio'la Maladlet of Man ttm n.uke Life Mlaerahle. Co no. t'rutchea and wheel Chalra a Neceaalty. Afler rerj nihfr liKMKDV HAS KAII.KD YOl AUK l.NVITEU lo call and learn what It will do for YOU. CONSULTATION AND IIOOKLCT rr.BK. ni:.n Mlaa Mary Claj ton's letter ON THIS TAOE. Prof. H. N. D. PARKER 710-715 BOND BLDG. Hour 10 A. M. to 8 P. Kunday 3 to C. M. VIRGINIA K. HOLT, I.ate Aaalatanl tn I'rof. I'ariter. VACUUM TREATMENT for l..idics and Children Only. llraldcnce and Office, 1S N t. X. V. Office lloura. 1 '" " Exie.U Hun1aa March Winds Then April Showers SPECIAL SILK UMBRELLAS $1.00 M. H. PHILPITT oo:i K St. N. XV. Get Ready For Easter Buchram Ricenet and Wire Frames Muilu to order ln nil tho latest stylos and shapes. Special atten tion to th- reblocklne and general renovating of all kinds nf straw, hemp, mllan, Panama hats. otc. TUB '.ADITS' HAT FACTORY Roe nth t. x. xv. Ladies' Hats Renovated Let Us Make a New Hat Out of Your Old One! Brlnp Inst yonr's lint nnd let us ninko It ovor In tho laicst style, rcblockod In any shape desired. Wo nro promt to say that tho huts wo reblock ror ladles nro unerualed anywhere. Wo can save you mnny hard-earned dollars It you will Klvo us a chnnvc. I guarantee lo do tho best wont In Washington b tny opeclnl bleach ing In removing sunburn and ma-ting your l-ANAMA look like now. Our Price Is the Lowest D.NEUFELD HAT SPKC'lAMhT, 814-816 9th St. N.W. Thrifty buyers would see your announcement if it appeared here. Y CPlfAL, FLORISTS Delegation Attends National Show at Philadelphia- , i Tmfcr.AnKt.'ltfltA. .'MAreh . Rovrrsl hundred entries In tW national flower show here vcro placed .on exhibition joda:f by- (ho Washington, "ifprlats who wl(l cohipetc for Xt . K5.0OI In prizes to ;b(j awarded by tho jiiascn. Tho delegation of Washington florists, who were accompanied byuhelr wives nnd families, mado up a merry party. They brought with them nbout 600 en tries for the flower show which' bejan yesterday, niul will continue until Tioxt Huivlay. Among tho beautiful flowers brought hero from tho National Capital wcic orchids of over variety and hue, American Beauty and other famous roses, sweet peau In great variety, and many other spring blossoms. The Wash ington florists' exhibits attracted con tldcrablo attention from visitors to day. The delegation from the National Cap ital was headed by Harry, B. Lewis, chairman of tho committee on arrance ments. Among the, other prominent florists were William F. Oliilc, Adolph dude, N. J. McCabc. .Milton Thomas. Lloyd Jenkins, Georgo Flclck David Blssct. William II. Ernest.. Georgo IL Cqokc and Theodore Dcltrlch. FOR YOU i OLD HATS Such As HEMP MILAN CHIP LEGHORN PORTO RICAN BANGKOK or any kind of straw made new. eirin.i vc. ,.ho Pen "nd newest SJ M?f ln ,!,c ,clt' for lI" Kcneral " ""'in, anci rcnincKing. SpeelHl Attention to Panamas. I'll 'VHS, Buckram. Rlcenet and Wire Mado up In all tho latest shapae. While Von Walt! VIENNA HAT FACTORY! Phono Main 6738. Manufacturers anil Designers, 435 11th St. N. W. "If It'a ajlnt. We Can Ho It." Play Ball With WALTORD'S Baseball Goods Suits Made to Order. $2.50 up Fifteen different patterns Suits $2.00' 2,000 "Louisville Slugper" and Reach Bats to select from,. 10c to $1.50 Sales agents for Old Town and Morris Canoes. WALPORD'S 909 Pa. Avenue N. W. PICTURE FRAMES Made tn your order at the lowest poaslbls prlT" .JouMI be more than pleni-ed lh our Torlt. EMlmates chterfully furnlnhed tn all klnda ot framing. AMES & CO. 718 ?lh a( N W. Thone M. 515.'. "Ask the man who has tried us" ; We Deliver the Goods. Guaranteed Radiator & Lamp Co., 1411 14th St. N. W. I'Uniic North 2K5 J. E. HURLEY "inriiiMyr ,m iii)m:ioiakf.r L'tii'le .Sniii'n llni'lilnlHt nnd "Holler- Doctiir." IIIIPAIIIIMI Ol' AM, KINDS. ttoilM. 1'iiinp", i:nBln. Siarks. Tanks and rnrlnRf. rronipmesH and Aecurari Motto 1J19 Ohio Avo. N. XV. Ti-li Idione M I"." SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON SMALL WORK v '-iirda fi "W I'nrila. l.r,c, ,o Cards, H.'J. L. S. Polkinhorn, Printer, mo i.tt. c. . . I'lione M.iln 'SIO-W. "We. Sell It for Less" Artistic, plctiiro frames made to ordor -Full line ot frumed and unnamed pirturos nnd mirrors. t'ii.i. "i, lonr.M co. Ml Tth at. mi, Phone Main HOI. xmmnmMr 5 Ulh at. n. fb. Mala UH-J. MAIN UH.