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THE BUSY CORSMER
ALWAYS THE BEST OP EVETtYTIIIXG FOIX Tim LEAST MONET-
Our Mat
ting Department
TELLS OF
73 rolls of our 23c Extra f
Heavy Seamless China Mat- I Uv
ting to so for per yard S
20 rolls of our 33c China
Mattinc short straw and fine
warp to go for
23 rolls of our 23c Japanese
JoimicsB cotton warp Mat
ting to go lor
9cc
19c
ENLIVENED THE PROCEEDINGS
Attome In Iic Dana Trial Enenec
In KicUIhk Dlicaulont
The trial cf Llston D Bass who Is
charged with using the United States
mails for unlawful purposes was enliv
ened yesterday by several exciting dis
cussions between counsel on either side
The sharpest passage of words was be
tween Creed M Fulton representing
Bass and Assistant District Attorney
Thomas C Taylor representing the Gov
ernment
During the cross fire Mr Taylpr stated
that he would not place certain
documentary evidence in the case In the
hands of Ltass for inspection lTo this
Fulton replied that he would trust the
defendant as far as he would Mn Taylor
The discussion grew out of a motion
filed by Bass asking the court to pass
an order granting him permission to in
spect certain letters and printed matter
offered as evidence since the trial began
The motion also cited that on Saturday
last Bass and his counsel called at the
office of the District Attorney for the pur
pose of examining certain papers
Fulton stated that he and Bass were
met by Assistant District Attorney Bing
ham who accorded them permission to
examine the papers In a few minutes
it was stated Assistant District Attor
ney Taylor entered the office and on
being informed of what was being done
prohibited the Inspection of the evidence
Counsel contended that the papers In
ciuestlon should have been filed In the of
fice of the clerk of the Supreme Court of
the District and that the refusal to allow
the Inspection was unfair to Buss and un
just In the eyes of the law
Justice Barnard presiding asked coun
sel what was the rule of practice In such
matters and both sides admitted that
there Is no established rule covering the
question Taylor contended that the pa
pers which the defendant wished to ex
amine li3d been offered In evidence and
read to the court and Jury so that there
was no desire to withhold their contents
Fulton however disagreed with Prose
cutor Taylor and contended that there
were papers filed which counsel for the
defendant did not have an opportunity to
inspect Taylor stated that he did not
object to eounsel examining the papers
but was not willing that they should go
Into the hands of the defendant
The court without passing on the mo
tion informed the defence that they could
Inspect and examine the papers in ques
tion In court today If they desired
The first witness called for the defence
today was Charles A Darling a con
stable who testified relative to serving a
legal process In the case of F Court
Woods acalnst Bass
The only other witness examined was
the son of the defendant He stated that
In the conduct of his fathers business
ns manager of the Union Teachers
Agency and the Bureau of Civil Ser
vice Instruction his father had secured
po rflions for many persons In different
Iarts of the country-
TO ADOPT AN INDIAN BOY
A rnlliollr Irlext Wnn o Make n
riioctniv 111 Heir
Justice Coif prldns In 1iobati Court
JeMerday granted tlw petition of the
Itev Wjlllam II Ketcham a fatliollc
priest asking to Ite permitted to adopt
Thomas Simpson an Indian boy as his
lielrat law It is In the petition
lhat Eaflir ivetcham is asitnnt dure tor
of the Bureau of Missions and
that the- boy is the sou of Marparet and
Isaac Simpson of the Chocftv Nation
Indian Territory The hoy It Js stilted Is
tlftevn years and lve mouths of age and
his mother Is dead
Father Keteham also stated that by
nBrcement entered Into lxtnr himself
find the boys father on April 2 l0 the
latter agreed to surrender poRs Fsion and
all claim to the child A copy of the con
tract Is filed as part of petition
billtri HeadachUnfltnes to Marry
or
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crgaas Stumbles the braia and nerve centers
m nwwymaooea irtu o ixnes uuwt free
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Wonderful Matting Selling
Surely if this weather continues it will force up car
pets Make you think of housecleaning Bare floors are
not very inviting and there is nothing that can take the
place of matting as a substitute These specially cut
prices will allow any one to enjoy this summer luxury
EO rolls -of our 15c Seamless
China Matting to bo for
100 rolls of our Oc Canton
China Mattlnrr to bo for
11C
15c
30 rolls of our 30c Japanese
Cotton Warp Jointless Mat
ting to go for
25
IS rolls of our 33c Carpet fC
Pattern Japanese Hatting to IU1
go for t 7
Crown Opaque Window
shades good spring rollers
Manhattan Opaque Shades
with fringe
Best Hand painted Opaque
Shades
25c
45c
All shades hung free of charge
Another Sale of Rugs
We are closing out the balance of our stock at prices which we arc sure
you will never be able to buy them for again
225 Hugs size 27 by 54 such as Asmlnster English Wilton Mo
quctte Body Brussels and Tapestry finished with wool fringed - fC
ends rugs which sold at J150 1175 2 and CDO close the choice 1 Mil
at each vv
S Kann Sons Co
Eighth and Market Space
THE JOKE NOT APPRECIATED
Countess Stlletti Arrextrd on a
Clinrgre of Lnrccny
After an Investigation conducted by De
tectives Brown and Lacy Countess VIo
lette Stilcttl of 126 E Street northeast
was arrested yesterday afternoon on a
charge of petty larceny Frevious to her
marriage which was announced some
months ago the Countess Stlletti was
Miss Violet Dufour a young woman who
was born In this city and who has spent
the greater portion of the twenty four
years of her life within the confines of
the District of Columbia
A short time ago Mrs Stlletti called
on Mrs C JC Shryockv a friend who
lives at H10 Fourteenth Street northwest
As she left the houso she Is said to have
remarked to her friend that she believed
that Mrs Shryocks cook was dishonest
and that It would be well to watch her
When Mrs Shryock returned to her room
she found that her silver watch and chain
were missing She wrote Countess Stllet
ti telling her of her loss and stating that
If the counteBS was playing a practical
Joke she would ask tier to return the
property at once
In reply Mrs Shryock says she received
an Indignant communication stating that
the writer abhorred Jokes and was amazed
at the effrontery of her friend In accus
ing her In the same mall Mrs Shryock
received an anonymous communication
from an alleged former friend of th
cook stating that the employe had shown
the writer a watch and chain which yie
writer identified as one she had seen Mrs
Shryock wear at times
Mrs Shryock plated the matter in the
hands ot the police who located the miss
ing articles in a pawnshop where J2C0
had been advanced on them They had
been pledged in the name of Mrs Shry
ocks cook and the address of that do
mestic had been given
The description of the person who
pawned the articles tallied It Is said
with that of Countess Stlletti and the de
tectives yesterday visited her house in
company with the pawnbroker who iden
tified the countess as the erson who had
secured the loan on the watch and chain
Everette Dufour a brother of the ac
cused accompanied her to Police Head
quarters where he deposited 5 collater
al for the appearance of his sister In the
Police Court this morning to answer the
charge against her
BELIEVED AS GTJAKDIAN
Ilorn Ilnllnvtell no Lnntrer the Ward
of Mm E E Ilnxim
Justice Cole sitting for probate busi
ness yesterday signed an order removing
Mrs Eliza E Muxlm from the guardian
ship of Flora Hallow ell the fifteen-year-old
daughter of the late Joel Hallow ell
The order also required Mrs Maxim to
turn over to Mrs C W Eldridge in
whose custody the child now Is all the
property belonging to her Justice Cole
also stated that he will assume the BUar
dlanshlp of the girl for some days or
until he appoints a guardian for her
The question of the appointment of a
guardian for Flora Hallowell was called
to the attention of the court by the peti
tion ot Dr Charles U Cock who stated
that It was the desire of the girl that he
should be named as her guardian At
that time Mrs Maxim was her guardian
hiving been nppolnted to that position
about a week after the death of Miss
Hallowells adopted father
Mrs Maxim objected to the appoint
ment of Dr Cock and the court heard
testimony concerning the matter Satur
day Justice Cole then stated that he
would not continue Mrs Mnxlm as guar
dian and stated further that he saw no
reason why he could not appoint Dr
Cock to the position
It is understood that Flora Hallowell
will go from Mrs Eldridge to Mrs Dew
hirst with whom she will make her
home until Justice Cole finally disposes
of the matter
Established 823
WILSON
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Address Blehop Remedy Co San Francisco Cal
kor taJt by EDWABD STEVEXS Kinth fitr ect and Ptontylranls Atcnuc
TOE TMES WASHINGTON TUESDAY APRIL 1901
ORDER
BOCK BEER
At once Our supply U limited and will soon
be exhausted en account of the preat demand for
it Our HockV is finer than oer this jcar
Dont Uil to try It
Washington Brewery Co
4th and P Sts X E rhonc 213
THIS SUMMER
In Your Country Home You
Want
GOOD LIGHT
You Can Have It By Using
ACETYLENE GAS
Call or Write to
WALTER B CLAY
525 13th Street N W
Washington D C
IRON BEDS
A big assortment or Craw Trimmed
White Enameled Bed J f p
Well made and worth k
double Cash or Credit J
Walker Burks
I0I3 I0I5 7th St N W
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TUESDAY KTlttU 1W1
Weather indication
eloudy today Fair tomorrow freth tc
brisk northerly winds
TEUPEI1ATUHE
Highest temperature 2 pm
lowest temperature C am
-15
THE SUK AND J00X
Sun rose 53 AM 1 Sun sets 632 PM
Moon rises 11S PM Moon sets
Low tide
High tide
TIDE TABLE
527 AM and 610 PM
1136 AM and 1117 PM
STIIEET L1CUTIX0
Lamps lit today 7 09 PM
Lamps out tomorrow 440 AM
4 ftrIIVTC
Xatlonal X C Goodwin and Maxlne Elliott
In When We Were Twenty One evening
Columlua MArizonaf eTeninjr
Chases New Grand Polite Vaudeville after
noon and evening
Lafaj ette The Moth and the name evenlnc
Academy Across the Pacific afternoon and
evening
Kernan6 Sheridans City Eporta Burlcsqucrs
afternoon and evening
Pijou May Howards Burlcsqucrs afternoon
and evening
IN AND ABOOr THE CITY
Mrs Ilnrry Celw Her Divorce
Alberta Barry was yesterday granted a dhorce
from her hmband Jostjh Thomas Barry by
Justice Bradley on tlie ground of desertion and
abandonment
Ileneficlnrj nml Executrix
By the term of ttic will of Ir Jame A S
Carptnter dated December 19 1692 be leaven M
entire estate to bis daughter Sarah E Carpenter
wbo is named executrix
Sent to the Keforai School
On being conkted of the larceny of a pocket
book containing 30 from K M Hembre Kelly
Davis a colored boy wa jestcrday gent to the
Reform School by Judge Scott
Verdict of Accidentia Denth
Coroner Nevitt jei terday issued a certificat
of accidental death in the case of Jame Heart
the nineteen -year-old colored Youth who was
drowned Sunday afternoon at the foot of Thirty
first Street The body was turned over to rela
tives for burial
Funrrnl of Mr Urciv
The funeral fenlces otcr theremains of Mrs
Martha Drew will be held this afternoon at 2
oclock at the Second Baptist Church Mrs Drew
was well known as a singer in this city having
been a pupil of Irof HFputa bhe had a large
circle of personal friends
A Ilro In n flrocery Store
An alarm of fire was turned In yeterday after
noon bhortly after 2 oclock from box 312 for a
small fire in the cellar of 500 Twenty second
Street northwest occupied by Jacob Greenfield
as s grocery store The fire was of unknown
origin and did practically no damage
Fnncrnl of 3Ir Sicken
The funeral of Mrs Susan J II Stevern
mother of Dr Edward Stevens will be held thW
morning at 11 oclock from the late residence
of the dcceacd 1700 1 Street northwest The
Interment will take ilace in the family lot at
the Congressional Ct met cry and will he prhate
Tlirlr Plmt Annufil Ilniituet
Elaborate preparations hate been completed
for a banquet of 1 coders to bo held at
rends 615 Tenth Street northwest tomorrow
eenlnjr by Mount Vernon Tent Xo 4 K O
T 51 The affair will be the firet annual banquet
of the order A proRniniinc of tnuIc and peexh
making has been arranged
niitmitI pitt Ion Day ArrntifenirnK
A meeting of the rmanclpation Tarade Com
mittee was held last night at 309 Seventh Street
northutst TEeports of the committers in charge ot
the various branches of the oipanlzallon of the
parade were made and the meeting adjourned to
meet Thursda night at the tame place when the
final arrangements for the iarade will be made
Accident at the
Stalnc Cruetale twelve eant old and living
at 1121 Harvard Street northwest went to the
White IIoue Grounds itterday to join In the
retelry of the other -children Mb He there he
endeavored to climb a fence and bllinir broke
his right let He wa r emoted to the Emer
gency Hospital in an ambulance
Meet to inert Olllcern
At a meeting of the conffrepatjon of M Lutes
Protectant KpItcopal Church held last nlKhl the
follow Ins ottlters were chosen for the ensuing
year Wardens Francis UpUiur and John C
Norwood M I Vetrjinen J K Alston F I
Cardoza Jr V I Jappr 51 I 1 S Uran
don It II Nugent J A Johnson James T
Bradford John I reen HiMrar It I Xu
Kent Treasurer D fi Ilrandon Delegate Co
Diocesan Convention J P Green
For a New MitMonlr Temple
The rejrular quarterly meeting of the National
Maoonlc AsMeIation was held in ScottlJi Hitc
Hall on G fetreet northweat Saturday night
There was a larje attendance and the reort
of the various committees were cry encouraging
It is belieted tlut the work on the construction
of the propovnl temple will he begun In a very
thort time and It was decided to reimest the
money already collected In well a manner that
the amount will be doubled
Johnstons Specials Today I
Best Potatoes 55piu I
5 bags of fine Table Salt for jgc
Grape Xuts Grain o and Postum for 3c pkg
New York Sugar Corn for 6HC Can
Babbitts Best Soap for 4 cts cake
I Electric Star and Borax Soap for 2c cake t
The 4c OleineSoap Reduced to 2c
taWith each pound of lie Coffees named below you may
purcnase u lbs of JJest Franklin Granulated Sugar at 3Jc lb
Large African JTa 30c lb
Large Mountain Java 30c lh
Large Oval Mocha 33c lb
10 lbs fine Table Salt 15c
S lbs WashlnK Soda 9c
10c Jars of Table Mustard Ec
10c boxes ot Iye 5c
Pure whole grain Coffee 12Hc lb
Large American Coffee 23c lb
Large Andes Mocha 33c lb
Larcc Govt Java 3Sc lb
12c Bottles Itnrafords Yeast Powder for 8C
18c Eagle Brand Condensed Milk for I3C
12c Good Fresh Macaroni today for 6C
Pillsburys Best Flour - - 510 bbl
Fresh Creamery Butter for 22ic lb
Condensed Cream 10c can
Gallon of Sirup 33c
Gallon of Baking Molasses 39c
Fresh Mixed Cakes 10c lb
10c bottles Blueing for 5c
Host 5right Sundried Appleirfor 6C lb
Leisdiiiers Celebrated 25c Uoot IJeer Extract 5C
Sacks of Tillsbiirys Flour 35c 70C 140
Boxes of Ivory Fine Table Salt for 4c
Diamond Hatch Co Globe Matches 12 boxes for IOC
Cooks Celebrated Flake Rice for He
Iiiirnhains 25c Clam Chowder for 19c
Liebigs 40c Jars of Extract of Beef for 22c
Burnharas lac Hasty Jellicon for IOC
Best Granulated Sugar 19 lbs for 100
A barrel of Best Family Flour for - - - 375
Large 10c Cans Tomatoes for 6c
The Mb sacks of Best Family Flour for 4c
The 12 lb sacks of Best Family Flour for 25c
The Hand picked 2savy Beans for 5C
The 12c Large California E aporated Beaches for 9c lb
The 8c Victor Package Oats for 6C
The 10c fresh Quaker Oats for 8 C pkg
The 10c Boasts of Fresh Beef for 8C lb
The 15c Best Sugar cured Ilanis for HjC
The 25c good 3 string Carpet Brooms for 17c
cans of Premium or Challenge Milk for 25C
The 10c largest cans Baked Beans for 7 c
JOHNSTONS 729 7th St N W
NOTICE TO
MERCHANTS AND SHIPPERS
We desire to call your attention to our
SpecialiLow Rates for Storage
4H wi and Haulms
Exceptional low quotations on storage and hauling for
consignments in bulk deliveries to be made in such quanti
ties as may be required
By Storing -With Us You Save the
Necessity
of hiring and equipping a wnrqliouse with expensive help and
you receive just the same benefits
Fireproof Storage for all kinds of valuable goods
We will issue negotiable or non negotiable ware
house receipts
When necessary we Will arrange to loan money at
current rates on stocks of staple goods stored with us
Shipments of all kinds and conditions of goods solicited
PRINGMANNS EXPRESS
937 D Street N W
Telephone Main 263
3Ir IciliiKf Fun era I
The funeral of Mrs Harriett Uoote Lovin
will take place Thursday at 230 oclock from
her late residence 1512 K Street northwest
Mrs Iorinfr war the widow of Kdward Loving
and was in the ninety fourtli ear of her age
Jin IlcNiime Iter Jlnlilen nine
Justice Bradley yesterday granted Sadie Gas
klns a divorce from her husband Frank II
Gaskin on the ground of cruel treatment The
decree alo permit the complainant to resume
her maiden name Sarali Hemans
AnUetl to 11 nil n egro
Major Syheter has received a commun ca
tion from Ida Vaxis of liqua Ohio asking him
to find George Carter colored and notify him
that his father is dying on College Hill near
liqua
son Carter is a hod carrier who formerlv lied
on C Mrcet and worked for Contractor Scullie of
500 Harrison Street the communication states
Died Krom Xntural Cnune
A certificate of death from natural eaues wai
lfMied jesterday by Cnroner itt In the case of
Bertha Goodson the colored woman who died
at the Emergency Hcwpital Sunday without re
gaining couiomness after lielng removed from
her home 1433 Ohio Avenue Friday evening
Deput Coroner Glare brook discovered as a re
mit of the post tlut death was due to
malarial fevtr
An Intruder Irlielitviieil Off
Mrs William A Kirkpatrkk frightened an in
truder from her home 1700 First Street north
west Sunday night by her coolness and nerve
She was tilting in a rear room when she heard
fcome one fumbling at the front door She went
directly to the door ami opened It In time to
see a jourur white man hunting down the walk
As he reached the street he broke into a run and
quickly disappcart d in the darkm M
Quarterly Meeting tit the AV C T If
A quarterly meeting of the District branch of
the Womans Christian Temperance Union will
he hdd at Luther Memorial Church Vermont
Avenue and X Street northwest tomorrow- There
will be two Msiont one in the morning and
the other in the afternoon A great deal of
business accumulated within the last three
inonthi will be disposed of Keport of the
arious departments will l made and several
ladies In charge of the ariou brandies of
the work promise to make interesting state
ments 51m Clinton Smith Fret ident of the
local branch will call the meeting to order
and the devotional esircbie will be conducted
by Mrs U II Fouls
A rituvivrivi op inrumoma
Owing to the prenlence of colds and grip
there have been many cases of pneumonia dur
ing the past few months It has been ob
served however tnat the grip never results In
rneumonia when Chamberlains Cough Remedy is
used Among the tens of thousands who used
that remedy during the prevalence of grip In
the past ten yiars not one care has been re
ported that did not recmer which shows that
remeilv to be a certain preventive of pneumonia
and linequaled as a cure for colds and grip
For sale by Henry Eiaru wholesale and retail
and all druggUts
Colored Shirts
ETAc
eJV
up
ine uiffgnt mtrt valim v
eer offered ou men Bib variety
of dainty patterns triking ef
fects with both toft and stiiF
bosom JOc to 1 All the latest
novelties in Spring Neckwear 25c
anu 50c
XS Our 150 DERCVS and SOFT HATS are
nell worth 2
JlOOJti A CULIIXAX -135 7th St
SUCCESSORS TO A T LEWIS
FrnnclB Inytcn Will riled
Tlie will of Francis Parte of Chicago 111
dated February 9 1S9 and a codicil dated Feb
ruary H JS00 were filed yesterday for pro
bate lly the terms Of hU Urill th fetafnr lMtM
and that he is very anxious to see his his estate to his wife Mary Patte Tlie codicil
names jonn i iiunt ana Ueorgc Pratchctt as
trustees
Telln llcr Xninr Wlicn Culixclnlix
The colored woman found in an unconscious
condition at the corner of Fourteenth and I
Streets northwet jeterday by roliccman Xorris
and ho was removed to Freedmana Hospital
has sufficiently recovered to give her name and
addre vs She is Smie Uryant of 1724 Twentieth
htreet northwest Her condition Is not serious
Hun Down an Antuniobllp
Edward II VeaRer ten years oIT of 227 B
Street northwest bustaineJ a fracture of the lefu
lower les while playing in I Street northwest
between First and Second Streets aliout 11 oclotk
ji sterday morning He was knoiked down by an
automobile cah owned by the Washington Ve
hicle Company After the limb was net the
boy was removed to his home in the automobile
To Aid he Hciuie of 3Iercy
To wcure a fund for repairs to the buildhy
occupied by the Houie of Mercy 210S K Mreet
northwest a tea and wle will be held at that
Institution Thursday afternoon April II a 43
oclock Mrs Harriet Ijne Johnston the presi
dent of the board of minairers had culKted th
wnices of some of the mot attract e and bet
known joumr ladies in nocetr who will help
to make the tea a social and financial buc ccj
Ordered to Support III Wlfr
In e onnection with the suit of 1sther if tirep
ory against her husband Samuel It Irepory f r
rejttratc support and maintenance Justice Cole
yesterday finned an order refjuirinn Ireor to
pay hU wife 10 per month during the pend
ency of the proceeding Tlie time for takm
testimony hat been limited to forty fle dajs Of
tliiH time Mrs Ireftory U allowed thirty djv
and the defendant fifteen dajs
DeitiniiflM n Jury Trlnl
feorie Iljiler who keeps a house on the IJam
iload pleaded not puilty in the Pol ice Coui
etterda to the charge f keeping an unlicTtiMZ
bar and demanded a jury trial Policeman Ithods
la said to have been watching the Ilailcy house
for ftunu1 months and Sunday when he made the
raid on the premise aAisted by seeral other
nrtlcers he found a number of men and women
about ix place lfr Io wcurel many liuttlei
ami demijohn some of which contained whiwi
gin and beer
We Never Misrepresent
our stock always guarantee what we sell if yotrre dissatis
fied your money back This is a progressive furniture store
up to date in stock popular prices
The Little Word Credit Is a Mighty Help to You -Here
Largest stock ot Go Carts and Baby
Carriages In the city m ff
Pretty Kecllnlng Go Cart UK
complete S
A handsome Full Roll Q 1111
Baby Carriage 7VV
A handsome Ilattan I W
Go Cart like cut J
The finest White Enameled Bed
value ever offered One like cut brass
rails spinuies anu vases
heavy posts stands high
ony
A pretty White Enam
eled Bed
Regent
Shoes
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198
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An Extension Table like
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Iarse heavy leg solid
oak Extension Table
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395
All th newm and most
sttricUYft njU in sient
tboca BUckM tins pit
cst leather Equal to any
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from Lightning
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Drunkenness
ORRISE positive cure of the liquor
habit Can be given without the patients
knowledge and Is absolutely harmless Guar
anteed remedy or money refunded For sals
In Washington by
Edward P Mertz
rharmacist 1110 F St Kelt to Columbia
Theatre
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Austins Dog Bread
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eoUK catarrlu Our powder Is
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The Death Itccortl
The follow intr ileatlis for forty eifiht hours were
eiorll at the Health Department up to noon
Sesterda Sarah Henry Sj ears ClirMabelle
E Ilrown 72 jear William O Shree C3 years
Elizabeth Ellid CG eara Julia C rat ton f3
3 ears Andrew ritzimona 05 year Timothy
OLearv C jeara Sarah Arili Slater 58 years
Henry arfteld r3 rran Henrietta Torcher An
derson 5Z ear Mary Poven nuryrwer Sloan
3 ears Itebecca UUliams 3 years Maria Cray
o jears Mabel J Murray 39 3 ears HlUm II
faddii S5 ears Mary France Ilronn 31 yean
Lucy I Tinckney 2S years Edward IUII 21
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415 417 Seventh Street
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702 Eleventh Street N W
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ESTABLISHED 1812
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521 ELEiESTII ST XW
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wear and like them The Air Cushion Fad nolds
with comfort nothing ele will Consultai on
and to weeks trial ree Lady in attendance for
ladies Office parlors waiting and consultation
rooms on the tame floor Catalogues free THE
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F st nw 2d floor
WEAK MEN
Instant Relief Cure In 15 days NeTer returns IwW
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Susie Hurch ha been removed from the House
oi Detention to the llotite of the Good Shepherd
where she Ill retrain for the present She
pettUted in her refusal to return to the home
of her parenta at Ialiton Va but eonsented
to remain at the imtitutton of vIUlU isnoir
an inmate until other arrangements cl be made
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