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8 THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1898. - ir ts?--' -vr -,- kast, Day of the T?' ; Sale v'. "" of the Schioss Bros.' Wholesale Stock of t Suits and ' Overcoats at about one-half of i usual ; , ' Retail i Prices. You can't afford to miss it. Robinson & Chery Co., I2th and F Sts. N. W. DATE OF THE HORSE SHOW I ft Will Begin On the Fourth of May. ANOTHER INCIDENT CI.OSKD. The Promoters of tlie Enterprise Organize Mr. Field Already Has Entries. Cit3r Brevities. Judsc Scott is still confined to Ills home by Illness. The Xorthcnt Glee Club -will, next Monday evetiinK. bejrfn practicing- for its May day musical festival. Henrj' JenUinp. colored, was yesterday fined '$3 by Judge Kimball for apaultiiis Elizabeth "Wood, also colored. The regular services will be held i,o luorrow at the Ilamline M. K. Church. The Sunday choo! will hold its mission ary annivcrs-ary. The work of constructing the new Xorth Carolina Avenue M. I. Church will be re sumed in a few day?. It is expected that the edifice nil! be ready for occupancy iiext May. Katie Buchanan was ye:-terday granted a divorce from Albert .Buchanan. Cruel ty, drunkenness and desertion, extending over a period of ten years, arc alleged as causes. James Page, colored, was convicted in the police court yesterday of assaulting Mary Moulton and Joseph Price. Judge Kimball sentenced him to jail for nine months. The ladies of the Church of Our Sa viour. Brookland, i). C. will give a George "Washington tea next Tuesday ("Washing ton'i birthday) at the residence of Rev. J. T. Crowe, on Twelfth street. A S. Altdorfer and John J. Kavan agh were placed on trial yesterday be fore Justice Bingham for passing a ?10 counterfeit bills on George Waram, a saloonkeeper on Sixth street northwest Mrs. Margaret Dye Ellis, national su perintendent of the "W. C. T. 1., will de liver an address on "Personal Purity" at i p. m. tomorrow before the Y. M. C. A. She- wil also-, describe the work of the "White Cros Society. The smoker which was to have been given by the Virginia Club, of Columbian University, last night, was postponed. It will take place next Friday evening at the Oxford Hotel, Fourteenth street and New York avenue northwest. "While rounding the street railway curve at Delaware avenue and C street on his bicycle yesterday afternoon Mr. Arthur A. Reed was thrown to the road, way by colliding with the curve plate. He was painfully bruised about the head and shoulders. The residents on Sixth street between D and F streets northwest have entered complaint about the condition of the side walks along that thoroughfare. The pavements on both sides of Sixth street are covered with -sticky clay and mud. which render them almost impassable. The will of the late Louisa 13. Dick was tiled yesterday afternoon. All prop erty, both real and personal, is devised to two infant children of the deceased and a married daughter, Ida V. Terrv. naries v. Darr is named as executor and guaidian of the two infant children. Police Detective "Watson and Police man McGraw had a lively chase over the Potomac flats yesterday afternoon after J. "W. Thompson, colored, who was want ed on suspicion of being a policy runner. He was nnally arrested. "William Hall was also arrested on the same charge. Thieves entered the jewelry repair shop of James T. Unsworth, Monroe street, Anacostia. late Thursday night bv cut ting through a panel of the front" door. A number of cheap watches, rings, and a small amount of other jewelrv were etolen. valued at about $25. The Joss was reported to the police yesterday. "A Trip Through a Coal Mine," was the ubject of an illustrated lecture bv Rev. D. "W. Skellenger. pastor of the Sixth Presbyterian Church, last evening in the jwiure room .01 tne Young Men's Chris tian Association. While stationed at Scranton, Pa., the lecturer made a study of the coal mining industry, which en abled him to give his auditors many in teresting details, illustrated by eighty btereoptlcon views. The Commissioners yesterday informed M. T. A. King,- of No. 4G1 G street south west, that the watermain assessment re cently levied against him is in strict ac cordance with the law. and that they arc unable to grant his request for its cancel lation. They say that the assessment was properly levied under the law which re quires that all lots or lands abutting upon any street, avenue or road in which a wa termain is laid shall bo so taxed. The permanent organization and elec tion of officers of the Washington Ilorse Show Association took place last evening at a meeting held at the residence of Mr. Frederick C. Stevens, No. 1C2S Sixteenth street northwest. Mr- Frederick C. Stevens was unani mously elected president: Mr. Fred May, secretary, and Mr. Andrew Parker treas urer. The election of an honorary vice president and the naming of the exec utive committee was deferred until the next meeting, the date of which was not decided upon. Mr. Harry S. Field was elected as man ager of the affair. The date of the show was the'iicxt busi ness taken up, and it was decided that "Wednesday, May 4, should be the open ing day, the show" to continue the next .three successive, days, and closing Sat urday, May 7. Mr. Field stated that the greatest in terest and enthusiasm is being manifest ed' in the show by owners in New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, and especial ly by those in Maryland, Virginia and other Southern States. Philadelphia will furnish an especially large contingent of entries. The Warrenton tVa.) Hunt Club members have signified their purpose to furnish large entries in ull the classes. The interest of owners throughout the Shenandoah Valley is very general, said Mr. Field. It was announced that Troop A of Fort Meyeivwill give riding exhibitions, and also that a number of the most skillful lougji riders of New York would come. The jumping will be a decided featutc of the show. Following are some of the exhibitors announced by Mr. Fields: .A. J. Cassatt and Joseph Widcner, Philadelphia; Mltch ill Harrison, Chestndt Hill Stock Farm, Philadelphia; Mr. II. Kimball, Philadel phia: Mr. Russell Smith, Idlewild Stock Farm. Culpeper, Va.; Hon. Henry Fair fax, Loudoun county, Va.; Mr. Charles Harkamp, Fredericksburg, Va.; Cort land II. Smith, Hampton Stock Farm, Virginia: Mr. B. M. "Ward. Bristol, Tenn.: Mr. R. Hunter Delaney, Cleveland stud, Upperville, Va. A WAIIU FOR INKUUIATES. Provision May He Made for Them "By Congress.. The project of establishing an inebriate asylum In the District of Columbia has been industriously advocated before Con gress for several years by Judge Ivory G. Kimball, of the police court: Dr. W. "W. Godding, superintendent of St. Elizabeth's Hospital for the Insane, and several others. Bins were introduced, but they were crowded aside. Judge Kimball In talking with a Times reporter last night expressed the belief that the object for which he has labored so long will be attained in a measure be fore Congress adjourns. The proposition which has been favor ably considered by the inebriate asylum projectors is that one of the large wards In the Government hospital for the in sane shall be set aside for Inebriates who may be committed by the courts. "While Judge Kimball is anxious for the establishment of a separate institution here, he said that he believes In the old adage that "half a loaf is better than no loaf at all," and Is glad that favorable action Is about to be taken. Under the care of Dr. Godding, he says, the human derelicts who are wiecked by strong drink, and are now sent to the workhouse, may by the proposed ar rangement leceive sclentiilc medical .treatment for dipsomania and other forms of alcoholism. The Chilean Legation Gets Hid otaa Uiitlehlrnhlu Servant. There was an intcrnatloal difficulty yes terday at the Chilean legation, when Senor Don Domingo, the Chilean min ister, living at No. 1319 K street north west, discharged his butler, a French man, named Constance. The latter refused to quit the legation, which, according to international law, is Chllban territory. Senor Gana was pow erless to act and linally was compelled to seek advice by consulting Inspector Mattingly, chief of the "Washington de tectives. Constance has been In the employ qS the Chilean minister for about a month. Recently he started drinking and yester day morning he became intoxicated and was given his discharge. The French man, however, had no intention of re linquishing Ids ofllce, and so announced. He said he was perfectly satisfied with his situation and would not give it up under any Inducement. Then Senor Gana took a hand. "You are not wanted here," he remarked. "Why do you not go?" "Oh, I don't want to," was the answer. "But you must. I do not want you here; you must go.'' "Oh, I guess not," said Constance. "This suits me." The Chilean minister persuaded and threatened by turn, but the butler was 4lrm In his refusal to leave the premises. Constance became belligerent, too, and Intimated that any attempt to eject him would result seriously. At one time it was" thought that the French minister might be consulted, and his friendly of fices requested-so that a recall might be issued to Constance, but this idea was given up when It was remembered that Constance might send in his resignation, have it accepted and then take his time about leaving. Then again Senor Gana had his doubts about Constance being a genuine Frenchman. He might have se cured naturalization papers and become an American. Driven to desperation, he at last de termined to consult the Washington po lice department. Ho called on Inspector Mattingly and related his troubles. He wanted some advice. He was informed that as the legation was foreign terri--tory the police could not enter the prem ises and eject the butler any more than a detective could go to Chile to drive an American home. "What can I do then?" he asked. "You can ne whatever means you de sire to eject him," was the advice given. "Can I point a pistol at him to Intimi date him." asked Senor Gana. He was told that he could. "I suppose I can't shoot him, can I?" remarked the minister, as Ire hurried from police headquarters. He went back to the legation. An hour later Constance emorgeJ from the Chilean premises, but when a Times reporter call ed the secretary of the legation said he did not know how the minister had In duced him to make his exit. "He was just drunk." remarked the secretary, "but he is gone now," In other words, the incident Is closed. CAN WE BE CURED .0 Catarrh,. Bronchitis, Asthma, Consumption? A Test by Which the True Value of All Cures -Can be Determined. How many thousands there are today Tl-llr. .....1.1 ..!. , , i """ nuum jjmujy jiay annosL uu icusuh- able sum in 1witiivw1 f rlfiri- nnt nf tho I above diseases, 'but, knowing of so many different remedies and treatments, are unable to decide which one to try. It does seem a difficult task, yet becomes a com paratively easy one if the person afllict ed will but use a little good judgment and common sense. In the first place, every man and woman knows, or should know, that the air passages were made for air alone, and that nature has so construct ed these passages that moisture of any kind cannot enter the bronchial tubes or lungs. This at once precludes all possi bility of a euro of deep-seated diseases being effected by treatment requiring the use of sprays, douches, atomizers or va pors. Secondly, all regular physicians ad mit that these diseases are purely local and must be treated locally consequent ly stomach medicines become useless In treating diseases of the air passages. The diseased parts must be reached through the air we breathe or not at all. Not only this, but a germicide must be used which will leave the air dry. and yet nave the power to destroy the bacilli of disease in the minutest air cells of the lungs. This decision reached, then comes the question, Is there such a germicide which can be inhaled through the air you breathe? Thirty-eight hundred phy sicians and over three hundred thousand persons who have tested it. say YES. Your money is refunded if it fails to do as guaranteed. "Ilyomei" Inhaler Outfit. $1.00. Extra Bottles "iryomel," uOc. "Hyomei" Balm, a wonderful healer, 23c. Can be obtain ed of your druggist. AT OFFICE OR BY MAIL. Pamphlets, consultation and ad vice free. Send for the Story of "Ilyo mei," mailed free. Another time T GREAT CROWDS w I AT THE BANKRUPT SALE "Won't do as well, because tne prices we are offering now are far lower than usual. Of course, if mouev is no object to you, it matters little J fc when you buy. But this is the I a chance for the economically inclined. ! r Uur MIDWINTER CLEARING SALE comes only once a year, and it does not last long. It has caused a tremendous tumble in prices. Fur niture. Carpets, Housefurnishings, all are greatly reduced in price for the occasion. You may take advantage of our credit system whenever you wish. It costs you nothing extra and you have the privilege of mak ing the payments to suit your convenience. There never was a more timely sacrifice of warm. "Winter Suits and Overcoats ! People are flocking: here by the HUNDRED for a chance at this Smith & Davis stock that we are selling at 20c on the Dollar Hon se & Men's Overcoats, fine blue .Ker sey, alzca 34 to 4a; .Smith & Da vis' price, $-'0, Ourprice...6S. G Men's Overcoats, Mzes 34, 3G, :S3 and AM: Smith A. Davis' price. $L-.GO. Our price it4.00 "2 Men's Overcoats. bIzps 3-r. 36, :8 and -10: Smith A Davis price, $s.50. Our price.. ..S2.fiO :J00 pairsor Meti'fc Pants, CukM meres. Cheviots. Tweeib. ami Worsteds: Smith & Davis' price. ..uac ....- no ?i.50. Our price .... Children's Knee Pants.... H. FRIEDLANDER, One lot or Men's Btorm Testers: Smith & Davis price, SIO. Our liricc S3.25 1 00 Mcn'sSuIts, all .sizes. made of dark steel gray Kersey: Smith A Davis price. $l-.00. Our lirlce 4.25 Men's Finest Quality Clay Wor sted. .Satin-lined suit. Smith & Davis price, $115.00. Our price - S8.75 The wonder of the world. That All wool Cheviot Overcoat we ft re sacrificing at S1.90 Sizes from :u to 12. Corner Ninth and E Streets. 4 Liberal Homefurnishers, 7th and I Sts. N. W. IJOAHD OF TRADE RECEPTION. THE R. T. BOOTH GO., 1 604 CliestnutSt., Philadelphia, Pa. Home Ollcc, 23 E. 20th Street, New York Cit'. 11 JIuht Clean Their Stairway. The Commissioners yesterday Informed Mr. R. 1L Phillips, manager of the Wash ington, Arlington and Falls Church Rail' DYSPEPSiA. Remember that GROVER GRA HAM'S remedy i GUARANTEED to remove all diHticsH FHOM THE FIItST DOSE. It it, folly to suffer when a lOe. bottle, procured from your druirRlht, -will correct in stantly nil unpleasant symptoms. An infallible Speelfio for Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Gastritis ana all die-euhe-s arising from an impaired Dl Ifestlvo System. vrito to Grovor Graham Co., Xewuiirsli, N. 1'., for pamphlet. The Appointed a Justice nomination of Edmund W. Van ington, Arlington and Falls Church Rail- I ' "- """ o r-umunu . van road, that the high steps leading from Dyke' to be a Jpt,ce of the peace in the M street at Thirty-sixth are not under the D,str,ct ot Columbia, was sent to the jurisdiction of the street and alley clean ing department, and that the railroad company owning them is responsible for their cleanliness. The ''Fnlri'st Wheel" Illesn.1. The Commibsioners have informed W. M. Diuggis.. of No. 1900 Fourteenth street, that the contest conducted by him in connection with the "Fairest Wheel" comes under the law as prohibiting gift enterprises. The contest referred to consists- of the taking of a chance on the wheel with the purchase of each cigar. Annie Clmpmnn Save Hates. The charge of highway robbery against John T. Bates, which was pref cried by Annie Chapman, who accused him of rob bing her of a diamond stud, at Helden helmer's . yawn .hop, was nolle prosed yesterday by Prosecuting Attorney Mul-lowney. Senate yesterday. - Mr. Van Dyke has a wide circle of friends among the legal pro fession. For twelve years he has been associated with Judge Jeie Wilon. He Is a graduate from the law department of Columbian University, and has been for some years a member of the District bar. TO CURE A (COED IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All drnggists refund the money if it falls to cure. 23c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet. DELEGATES TO CLEVELAND. Piles Cured in 3 to (i Nights. One application gives relief. Dr. Agnew's Ointment is a boon for Itching Piles, or Blind, Bleeding Piles, it relieves quickly and permanently. In skin eruptions iV stands without a rival. Thousands of testimonials if you want evidence. 05 cents. Sold by r. S. Williams Ninth and F streets; Edmonds & "Williams, Third and Pa. avenue. 7. Columbia's Representatives at the Students' Volunteer Convention. The Columbian University will send live delegates to the convention of the stu dent volunteer movement, to be held in Cleveland, Ohio, from February 23 to 2S, Inclusive. The delegates will leave this city Tuesday evening. They are J. "Will iam Beatty, R. Harlan. James A. Lar combe, A. A, Hobson and MIpb E. M. Mc- ! Kelden. A meeting of the tennis players among the students of Columbian University has been called for 7 o'clock tonight In Post-graduate Hall for the purpose of forming a university tennis association. Leonard J. Mather, secretary, an nounces that the Parliamentary Society of Columbian University will meet to night, s -A St. Valentine's sociable will be given by the Columbian Corcoran Society this evening In Post-graduate's Hall. Miss Ada Carman will lecture on "The Physical Effects of Emotion "in Keat's Poems" before the "Woman's Anthropo logical Society of Columbian University at 3 o clock this afternoon. The senior dance, in charge of Messrs. Selhausen, Crist, Gray, Tindall,. Wright and Chesley. will be given on Tuesday night. Pol lee Mnko a Raid. A raid was made yesterday afternoon" about 1 o'clock on house No. 20C Eleventh street northwest, kept by Maria "Wood, colored, who was arrested, together with six other women." Grand Coffee dcninn'tration. Cup of Coffee free to eicryone. Grand Union Trj Comiury, 021 Set nidi street. MaiuU in Sjuthcjst nd Nortneast Markets. fel!J,2l WHAT DO THE CHILDREN DRINK? Don't give Hem lea or coffee. Have you tried the new food called GKA1N-0? It is delicious and nourishing and takes the place of coffee. The more Grain-0 you give tlie children the more health you distribute through their systems. Graln-0 is made or pure grains, and when properly prepared tahtes Illce tlif choice grmes or corree, but tohtalKiiitMie-nuirterasiuuch. All grocers bell it. loc and 25c. ja27-tt It lb Expected That Prominent Men Will Speak. The annual reception of the Washing ton Board of Trade will be held at the Arlington Hotel next Thursday evening. The occasion will bo a distinguished one, as invitations have been sent to President McKinley, members of the Cab inet, Justices of the Supreme Courts of the United States and District of Colum bia, justices of the court of appeals, Sen ators and Representatives. There will be a few speeches and a buffet lunch. Gen. George II. Harries, secretary of the board, said last evening that the oliicers are anxious to secure immediate replies from members of the board, as it Is de sired to complete the arrangements for the reception in detail at the earliest moment. The committee of arrangements is com posed of Theodore W. Noyet, AVilliam V. Cox. William G. Henderson, William B. King and Michael I. Wcller. The reception committee Is as follows: Theodore W. Noycs, Charles J. Bell, John Joy Edson, Alexander T. Brltton, Thom as Somerville, R. Ross Perry, John B. AVight, Henry L. Biscoe, Archibald Greenlees, Myron M. Parker, Ellis Spear, Frank Hume, B. II. Warner, Isadora Saks, George Triiesdell, Beriah Wilklns, T. A Lambert, Henry F. Blount, Fred eric L. Moore, Abram P. Fardon, Thom as W. Smith. W. S. Thompson, James W. Somerville, John W. Ross, A. A. Birney, Ward Thoron, Henry P. Blair. William J. Boardman, Chaplu Brown. Dr. S. C. Busey. John R. Carmody, Joseph H. Cranford. O. T. Crosby. J. T. Petty. Charles E. Foster, Tracy L. Jeffords, George E. Hamilton, John J. Hemphill. W. B. Hibbs, Elbridge S. Johnson. C. C. Glover, Dr. W. W. Johnston, Thomas R. Hi THE SOLDIERS' HOMES. Please Bend me two bottles of KJpans Tabule3 for two persona. Inclosed find two dollars. Soldiers' Hoke, Togus, Zkle. August 9, 1897. JOSEPH OGBEN. Please send ms one bottle of your Hipana Tubules, and obb'ge, Soldiers' Hojie, Norton Heights, Conn. August l, 3bU7. Bipans Tabules are a good medicine for ne. National. Militaiit Hosts, Ohio. August 0, 1897. CHARLES GOODELT. D. S. SHANOJT. Please send me two small packages Ripans Tabules, finding inclosed tea cents in stamps in paymeist of same. Uatioxal Home, Milwaukee Co., "Wis. August 9, 1S87. CHARLES E. "W.ASHBURNT.- 1 A new tyl packet e3aAln;ngTZJgmiB3r.i3CTXS In a ppr carton ("lthout sUs?) linowfornltwntf ing More on jive czstx. Th!i low-priced sort 1j lntendnl for tho poor and tlio economical. Ore lozen t th are-rent CArton (120 raboln) can ba hud by nail by Kndlnc tonj-clghl Cf Ms to the JUPAK3 CltEKCli. C)crAjrr. 'o. 10 Spruce StreC,Xer Tori: era sizrl carton (TEJ xasvxxs) will L4itt for tocen:s. Ladies, You Can Buy a 17 FOR THE SU3D112U HOME. Tlie B. & O. BULLETIX. MARDI GRAS FESTIVITIES. New Orleans and Mobile, February 22. Tickets on sale February 16 to ''I inclusive, with final limit March 5 at rate of one fare for the round trip Tickets good going via Shan. Junction and X. & w. Railway; also vto Cin cinnati and Q. & C. route. Call at TJ & O. ticket offices for full information. fel2-12t-cm 'V'vvwvvvvvvvvwpvwv i-ia. PORTER ! not only acts as a general tonic but it is also ooth. nourishing; and whole- f some. That is -why sick folks soon get strong and 5 well after taking it. 62- Only oc for 12 bottles delivered C in unlettered wagons. Write or tele- phone. S Burnt Cork Club to Give a Benefit. The Burnt Cork Club will give an en tertainment Monday night under the aus pices of St. Joseph's Union for the benefit of the summer home of St. Ann's Infant Asylum. Tho committee of arrangements is as follows: Mesdames T. .J. and Thomas Gorman. E. P. Kelcher, Blanche W. Hall, J. Esputa B-aly, M. E. Ails. Mary Gillen, J. Gowans and Mrs. AVorden: Misses Ma ry Helen McCarthy, Laura M. Graves, Anna Doyle, J. A. Cary, Mary Hessler. Sarah II. Maher, Mary J. Moore, Phyllis Lynch, Cecilia Dougherty, Mae Gorman, Bessie Keleher, Hannah Gibson, Flor ence McCarthy, and Nellie and Alicia McDonald; Messrs. Joseph Adkins, T. J. Gorman, George Iloulehan, Charles R. Xewman. T. A. Dougherty, T. D. Kele her. J. Stanton, Matthew Murphy, AVill iam F. and Eugene McCarthy, M. B. El bert. Joseph L. and S. J. Duncan, C. Sau ter. Dr. Charles K. Koones, Gilbert Gan non, B. J. Lynch. J. Gowans, M. A. Grif lln, John T. and Thomas Connor. 31 rs. Foster to Lecture. Mrs. J. Ellen Foster will speak at the lyceum of the Second Baptist Church, Third street northwest, Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Mrs. Foster is one of the foremost figures in public life In America. The public is invited. Washington Brewery Go. -ithandF Sts. N. E. 'Phone, 2IS4. AMAAjUAAAVvvywvwyv I A few months ago Mr. Byron Every, of Woodstock, Mich., was badly afflicted with rheumatism. His right leg was swollen the full length, causing him great suffering, ne was advised to try Cham berlain's Pain Balm. The first bottle of it helped him considerably, and the sec ond bottle effected a cure. The 25 and 50 cent sizes are for sale by Henry Evans. Wholesale and Retail Druggist, 93S F street and Connecticut avenue and S street northwest and 142S Maryland ave nue northeast. . M 111 case for Si. 25. See Sun day's Times for full particu lars. The distribution will be begun on Washington's birthday. Jones, S. H. Kauffmann, C. C. Lancaster, Henry B. Looker, George W. McLanahan, H. B. F. Macfarland, John H. Magruder, William F. Mattingly, W. J. Newton, Clarence F. Norment, James L. Norris, Frank B. Noyes, E. Southard Parker, E. G. Schafer, J. II. Ralston. John H. Small, jr., Colin Studds. jk. L. Sturtevant, Frank II. Thomas. John S. Webb. B. L. Whit man. Joseph E. Willard, A. M. Lothrop. A. S. Worthington, N. E, Young. George II. Harries, W. V. Cox, AY. B. King. M. T. AA'eller, AY. G. Henderson, and George C. Go"ham. $ HERMAN. FROM POOL'S, LON'DON. ENGLAND. Specialist in Trouser Cutting. A trial is solicited. itrZ Dth st. nw. rV. :s $200 worth three Insurance for cents! Ilcurich's Macrzcn is the old reliable. 'Phone your order to tlie Arlington Uottling Co. for a cisc of tventy-four bottles; only ?1.3. f2.no Business Pants, w ell made 0 i9 TEnniLLEf 709 Seventh Street nw J In next Sunday's issue of THE WASHINGTON TlflES will be printed an Accident Insurance Policy of the United States Casualty Company. It will insure the holder in the sum of $200 against death by accident while traveling in any public conveyance, for seven days from date of issue of the paper, pro viding he has a copy of THE TIMES in his possession at the time of the acci dent. It is absolutely free. All that is necessary to make the policy good is to sign your name and address in ink or indelible pencil. The policy must not be cut out. The paper must be kept entire for seven days. Only one policy is allowed to each holder. Any man or woman between the ages of 16 and 65 may insure. gyr The standing of the United States Casualty Company is Ah The board of directors contain such well-known names as Benj. F. Tracy, ex-Secretary of the Navy; Perry Belmont, ex-Minister to Spain; R. P. Flower, ex-Governor New York State; which are sufficient guarantee that all pledges will be faithfully carried out. Watch Next Sunday's Issue! J. ZEH 703 Uth SLNW, Goal, Coal. $4.49 Per Ton. White ash coal, good for any kind of stove of furnace. No dirt, dust, slate or clinkers. Our large chute wagons will put it in free of charge. Telephone call, 476. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. sr.so A toe S2.00 A SS.SO A ZA S3. 00. A Z ' A S4 0O. $17.50. SI0.00. A Z A L E A S S20.00. $12.50 $1.00 S A E $2.50. EAS $15.00 E S3.50. A. $5.00. S $20.00. J.Jl. FREEMAN. 012 Uth St. 'Phone. 15ia 23 a pound for the very be-t C ELGIN CKEAMEKY BUTTEK. You can order by "phone. Call S-18. 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