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--- --,g --e-- t Wahteteti e. of ea= of ae @. &he visitin lst of a "jampy thie of, Ut m ""N Amtekns tt. sOfIIF No woatmtleenr"aew WA~~ th pom~u thsug Ou~m ~as hdiso WWr reported %0Poll"eto W m$1. Xtag W" winced, but the body.n bh Iespltvibe pence, ane keepig a watch for Lar. hi lfamuiy~ 1 phoe &ad T" no"b e oerolb tw 6 =.4~m along this line. will reeo.s "im" the 0 victims; with the death ofretttl fw~id a burglar, wore fouind near both doors. mobli. aceident. a feur-year-eld-r.ga o e onM3"et reeivig fatal burns froi "harm ev o. ...ar sp.rkler.. "ad n persess s.et astarls. U .- - were repo""e sftuy Injuare&. T. owarne istricto Hairyn W, Remots Show that the "Fourith" of to be esfof warend iser o Is-r VWlOSS was the best conductd a" 00th es to iul ef Rush.re as oS. '"te .n e.**..,2oDitrct N Wubitem ia were ropted. As &~ ed Juseits King. ased AVe.29 lift" MIlese em swftA CO prvisse years, as obildrm were per~ mel oo to Coauaty Headtal free @&Ie" of 0a o es em waad a.u otheri.se d thei hwshin A street nortwest fMgt~p~~S aally 1= I Goek.a i* StWO doi~l sosws e *sot ld ad aile 1was eb- r*"*Iv~ly. sevdams uiesly J"109e Deiy.y seven. end Floresee ser0, azot.I~MI Reed. four. both *eedon weoe als m9f SU4 69111111 burs"ed slihty by the "barmlow~ An autemble aesidest darisg aSeparklera. lenmie aily W"s taio to V... .. heliday trip, Dua4eV was the ago Ukesgomey Hospital from 8446 M stgee 103***.....00.600 .... oe Mari o pollee. sesthwel. her home. It is @aaICher q 2 ........ s......... .ae-A Lstreet e i Is sOle'" Bure &beet t 3860000000 W Mn Je, evme a'erm and5 body of-plena"e Red were JOA *~ tor.Aims Los pm killed ideed at Freedman's Hespital. uWhi thILe sor Is wbloh they wor ..... .... 0.'. IU Passeng rm red turtle.1 arem d 1u e 12......... .... . o .ront Roal. Va. I ....... . ........' pa of the auto moble *Wv$ imiar jres. fthe CM FATIB 1531BM 0111 31.... 3.0,.32.1 wordVictorRdmendandJaoet. SW, .. usmw. who leaped from a ftest o se ao we TATT11VILI. Md.. July 6. carstrcka deep rut In the road Puneo servies for former City Swift A & ad turned. councilman Job A. Johnsop. fonty .Mine Eda Southgate. 1322 Ninth nine years old who died Saturday U. L A16 street northwest. wee mot buft night. were held this morning at 10:50 The party had been om a pleasure 9 .clock from his residence. the 'Rev. _______________________-trip Is the vicinity' of the famnous L V. Hildebrand. pastor of the Luray eaves. Kra. McQuade was act- Hyattsville Methodist . Zpiscopa Oen Franklin 486s ing an chaperoC Her budbaad. John X. McQuade, left Chuinvrche t.ofCimtig. Bntardens For repairs to the Washingto last evening to r buCr. with the bodies of his wife ad M. Johnson recently had retired Trunks, Suitcases, dughternow at Front Royal. from the city council. He had been In Bq% Etc.Funeral arrangements will be an- the building and contracting business Etc.nounced later. here. and was a former chief of the TOPHAM'S SB ARL local Oe 4.srmont. Fuarol Caheie sMallr A etl-rt y i ieavn 60 L *iOt e e was fotally burned while playing johs A., Jr.. a world war veteran and with a sparkler.is front of her home, a local contractor ad builder; a you"g 1306 L street southeast The rod set daughter. Lily. and a stepdaugiftor. hebr dress in flames. She was rushed Mrs. It. Upton Parlett, of Hyattsville. to Providence Hospital in an ambu- e also leaves two sisters. Mrs. J. lance. , she died at 6 p. m. Frank Rushe, of Hyattsville. and Mrs. Shocked by the explosion of a India Flubrer. of Roanoke. Va., and a ian cracker" thrown In her path brother. Walter C. Johnson, of Phil& Mr.Louis* Shakholtu. &god twenty. deiphia; also two stepbrothers. six, fainted near Tenth and H street@ Charles Johnson. of Hyattsville. and northeast, l ast eveing. She was re- Roy Johnson. of Washington. .Not Merely a ie! There are enough "tires" on the m*arket now There are, we don't know how many different brands of "tires." Most of them made by machine and turned adut as fast as the mill will grind. This sort of tire gives machine-made service. Now, 'a tire gets atn awful lot of kunishment. It's "pound, pound, pound," all day and at night. Here is the one part of an automobil that should be slowly and carefully put together. The one part of an auto mobile that should be hand-bWilt and carefully con struisd of excellent materials. A real tire must be more than "eire." It musf give tire service: have power of endurance: stamina: stregth:and etco poe of the vinst ofuther andu fabicsmony cniby.Here is mor Jtha mrely aahntire. ein toreu iune aragmns ilb n fro 10to70 ens prFoun-erd moe.Theyre Mcron oLstre t in . a .nil qipdpan.Te r oe for he upebedurncewhic he ass rent onl htre 130t Lirtreetrvoueeaot.tTheurmdst. Nex tie ty area tie rdry Maons andpreeivefor yor onySuernracer"tr n ah Auto T oure ankhid Secialtynty 1810 FuntenTenth Sndreettreets isWsinta Two ttemts t estr doste0 &We Tt a es co7"f ltAN tbeste .w the I" * to do 601110 POW am eTtem tg, ON"" Clais t, Oo o go s. p.p" amb d. d...oe werit ao .e W68 Wmm.e Eowsy 141 &s Nhwsee ig atte We e i er g- a , , So I b ThiS hi. e 11 ttam" th tUwe of 9yu 5 Wsa Ussoo . Gal. Donmmidepoeew. rotft of doe Me Nae 8g w tami m . imeme - to are valued at po1een Ie V M Be IV any sseat up hig viltoy until be 0101 OWtN OfMSI 2111~mth *EiO~~ h iewyu li e A' ftft 09 te ovwe Wso has resoved .eeliestia from the regesta betweS S eeTve eeea# Ama an I o - The Deigstrats b6endard-ar 100River Tombs Clu. of P*indlpAh, was In his eestry eske. Tra's ....W VA0 i A Wbk Task Cleb 0m Mdllb1sW ad, this afteroeen. where he re* - egus gas tspesters visd Mar- fte e the two F Lat flow WAS ..IVe. a few Ums . ri.p me g re oaley. MIt Niehels ATe e feet"" for bthe rs. Ptwo b es , Fh o was h buy e a ee at 19:& o'k t is a e *veato ead a balet .whb De.l....d ... a.a stole 10e wh.., she though t e seuew Is e , t1CURNO to Arive in a Steady Atoem from 11 U0w wore repairing gee JPOp.. in Atr tuldd ote re pat. f she Sustry. The deseriptos. were set from .. . of C. 'MEuU DA Gevoror 09 ro...d . he ir.t the Eleventh preact through the hmen. . e-.- B AI WVW Neweete - at Ie sw eos hm ahisseekWasVo~tedwith Iodine. a5d Gorge A. Hulbeft. h- i ew e a soder. T. J. NEa, Mrs. asereme - $14.00 to eoee the r" to is ie nousewives or warned by the poleog W"e seated as& h hor. them he left not to recognise "a". menl unlessTW Mia Mige N iftlft Dews the room they show proper credeatials. This morningf the gofeeS'or went AUAWIYi there at the grave of hi. .mother he TO WIE OW Two pr.. wee liphti, hurt In prayed for half am hour. AY j * street accidents Yestet4aY. - o Wa pe AT I I 'AM E M William U. Garner, 281 Tlrteath of IL REPORTER BECOMES FATHER CAPITOL HEIGHT. Md.. July G.- street northwest, was eresing the A - Washlatea will have another wom- A large crowd attended the openiag drivmway weet of the White Re a a e otero may yeara dois tas-uf of t bannual earnival under uspie w when whe wee strck by an autolobl. s t& plans of Neil U431 Collier. Washing- of the mayor and council here lest die yLGM ]ulr 2 AS*I rfora * ton pewspaperman. work out. Collier Might. she preseeds of which will bdrive by Lennard L, utler. 427 N .t o has just had an addition to his tann- used to buy additidnal street lights. 1treet Vnerthwest.u Bslrnokow o at ly add declares "she's going to be an Many attractions are offered. The Emergency Hospital. Of Ur Oa editor bome day." carnival ends Wednesday night. John F. Rider. 46 V street north- 7mest boautis lemn The baby, a seven-pound girl, was Mayor John Gabriel is chairnan of west. was struck by a ta Trd- t iiof ,wssrcbyan Us#treot %V". __b. -0 born Sunday. This is the first child. the committee In charge with Mrs. tion car at Fourteenth ad U streets R sti ad a The couple Uve at 1112 Lamont street Mary a Boyington. secretary, and orthwest. He was taken to Garfield us t =Teo noghwstMrs. Clara I- Bryan. treausrer. Hospital. uV tn.~an PAMOUS CIGARETTES How it hapenwd sHaveon.as.' *IMght anfh2r. 'e -ftl y...ur ' me---d . r - on the tuansprm going over. Cptain X had txkm with him a liberal Of Paul Man fafmu arl (pai0nd) h tdme he anded ey wee goW. "Over Thee " he couldn't have a favorie bund. But he cigarettes hewas ucky enough to get had one fa e that gme hiun bigidi*. TUy were round and mamked freely. 0 Beck in Ameria o 'more the Captain c and gave us his idea,-a big idea. He uud -that we make Pall Mall cigarmas round inaa. loosely rolled and plain end-a cigaretes that dos ' not have tobeappe4~ squseamd or loounsda cigaree with afree and eydragbr, A cigarette made from the fantam. Pall Mall. blend of 42 Turkish menh-~s caommi for cidhneas and delicay of flavor, In dsemnwIfeil pekagewithapeealk .peing e plneds "THEY ARE GOOD TASTE" PLAIN OR CORK IN BOXBS OF so s OR zeo AS USUAL