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THE WASHZNTOlSr TIDIES, MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1895.
8 H9AWNINGSS&YSS&YLQ iAVWSVWi This reduction sale won't last much longer, but until further notice you can take 37our choice of any mixed color Sack or Cutaway Suit and Separate Trousers in the store at" ONE-THIRD OFF of marked prices, and all solid colors, Blue, Black, and Gray, including Clay Diagonals, Serges, Chev iots, Vicugnas, and Worsteds at ONE-FOURTH OFF of our regular low prices. Not a garment in the entire lot .but what is of the same sterling quality of fabric, style, fit, and finish which has made our name on the hanger a guarantee of it being the finest and best clothing made, and these are the garments we are offering you at less than the prices of poor ones. 12th and F Sts. T& ( SHO - MUM'- ''&M'-t&!t&,-t--llN&JL- --:d "CREDiT IS OUR CREED," isi -vK You'll Have the Big 3 End of the Stick-- You'll have the Furniture Carpets Mat- '1 tings Draperies Refrigerator Baby Car riage in 3rour possession promise to pay for them sij-ai installments. This H! yullAaLE GBcDIT SYS I EM of ours isn't an experiment. It has stood the test of -ears. It's backed by the indorsement of hundreds and hundreds of home-folks who've used it and praise it and are enjoying the lux uries of life through its helpfulness. The resources of our stock are second to none. Xo finer housefurnishings are to be found in Washington than we -cany. Yours for the ask ing. H0U8O HERRMRNN, 917, 919, 921 and 923 Seventh Street. 636 Mass. Avenue. ItJlOHgll J Are not exactly Clothing I away, we are m ak in or a snp- cialty of very Low Prices, material andwork- manship consid- sred; try ing to make the liard- earned dollar do double work that is, the work of two. judge for yourself and you will find that we are "Up to the times." Pants to Order, S3, 3.50, 4, 5, 6. Suits to Order, Sl5, 16, 18, 20, 25. All Work Kept in HcpairFor One Year ctthc GUARANTEE TAILORING GO, 411 7th N. W. R. W. Grandfield, Manager. GOODYEAR ROBBER CO., 807 Pa. Ave. N. W. Garden and Street Hose 5c. afoot, up. You'll Be Proud Of your office STATIONERY if we PRINT it The neatest and most at ractlvo printing we invariably produce. Try us. McCILL &. WALLACE, Printers'. 3107 E Street X W. 'Phone, 1531. HT S0GP01 You will be satisfied by con- ULfiDDJjb I Miting i nn tHEMPLER, Optician )i.UU. Gth and Penna. ave. J. F. Herrmann & Son, 750 to 751 TENTH ST. & . SOLE BOTTLERS OF NATIONAL CAPITAL BREWING CO.'S "Munchner," Browed only from Halt and Hors. A trial ulU convince you of its Medicinal Qualities. M Vviii $3 a a a tltk .A" , H II J 1 ek p? ss fl sateess If li IS fi I' B&R CLOTHES, A 1 S, NISHINGS, ES. and we 11 have 3-mir in weekly or monthly ::? '&$?$ ; '. r.k V-" Lansburghs Great Rebuilding Sale. Hammocks. Warm weather is puslr $ ing the demand for them. We're ready to 5 meet it. The best makes of hammoGks 8 the market produces we have and can quote 8 prices on them that can't help but please. $ wP cLi . J ttJ For a Hammock like the illustration. Others good ones from 90 cents up, Our Rebuilding Sale Puts Furniture Prices from 20 to 40 per cent, under their usually low figures. Values are big and many and credit buys as well as cash. Same prices same benefits. Better look into your needs now. New York Avenue, Bet. 13th and 14th Sts., Agency for the Celebrated COLUMBIA AUTOMATIC FILTER. OLHMnVlU only 15.75 ton. Pure and clean. OilAniUMll ARTHUR B. SMITH, inala PflAI office, Mass. are. and P Bt.no., UUAL and8taandK.6ta.mT. 'hone 10T7. ?.." wmmmm "Rink" Conductors on W. & G. Cable Cars May Roast or Broil. HAS HEARD NO COMPLAINTS Metropolitan Line linn Them, "but tlie Men, Themselves, Have to ray for the Canvas Columbia Properly EciulppeiliiiuSliortTline Tcimally town Motor-men Don't VVant Them.. There will lie no awnings on the Wash ington and Georgetown cahle cars tills summer ir Supt. Baylor's present mood on that subject is to continue throughout the season. As a consequence, the cable car conductors will get the sun in the neck and in the back all through the roast ing July and August days. The gripmen are all right. They are . not kicking, nor are the conductors kick ing for publication, but they are doing a good deal or thinking, and especially when the sun is curling the wool on their blue jackets. At the Georgetown terminus yesterday afternoon there was some decided talk about this matter, and there was no dif ference of opinion that the awnings were badly needed on the rear cars. It is a cause or suffering, eaiu one of the men, with whom all agreed, and he said to The Times that any man, woman or child who sat oven on the back seats or the cars when the sun streams in ought to know the feeling of a conductor whoe duty it is to retire to the rear car platform and htand right square up in the sun alter he lias collected a fare. The men thought that it would be to the advantage of the company to have these awnings for the public. If not for the conductors. SAYLOR WAS SURPRISED. Superintendent Saylor was called on and asked if anythiug In this line was contem plated by the company, llr. Saylor was much surprised at the complaint. It was the first he had heard, he said. "Why, he continued, the cable cars are -very cool places and the exposure of the conductors is not to be compared with that of men who have to make a living working directly out in the sun. He didn't pay much attention to complaints of this kind, he baid, and so f aras hisexperience went it was peoplewho minded their own business who got along best 111 this world. This was assented to, as The Times and the superintendent were both engaged in that very quality of business during this inter view. Mr. Saylor said that it was not in tended to put up any awnings and that they were not wanted. The cable car conductors were then asked if the absence of the awning was each a grievance as they had stated, why they had not called it to the attention or the rail way authorities. The answer was that they did not intend to hazard their positions by taklng the company to task for their ex posure to the sun. The .Metropolitan lines and the herdlc lines have added awnings, the former front and rear, and the Columbia men will soon be gratUicd with piazzas front and rear on their handsome blue rolling palaces. COLUA1I1IA LINE ALL RIGHT. President TUiker said yesterday that two of the cars bad been so equipped during the last two days of the past week. There had been some little delay an getting the Iron part of the equipment for the awning, but that was all. They would all be furnished within a reasonable time. On the Georgetown and Tennallytown Railroad the men said that they didn't want any awnings. Atlcast the crews or three MjcccsMve cars said so as they rolled into Georgetown. There was no exception among the Ave nue cable car men. They all said that the awnings would be Yery desirable. On the Metropolitan line, according to the statement of the conductors, there was a very small piece of business done by the of ficials The awning concession, thev: say, was due to the big strike of last tsinter. They are now permitted awnings, but they must pay for them out of their own pockets. The company iurnisbes the iron bar, to which the cloth is attached, but the men do all the rest. How much docs it cost? they were asked. Oh, only 30 cents Tor each awning, but it is such a small matter that it looks much smaller for the company not to havo paid for them. NO TICKKB.NO SHIltTEE. XevertlJcles-s Sum Willi "Wa Fer- Mia dvd 1)5 a Gun. Sam Wan, a Chinese laundryman, on Sixth street, near K, northwest, has made complaint to the police that he was held u, in his laundry a lev.- days ago by a. respectably-dresFCd man Tvith a gun and made to give up two shirts Tor -which the man had no ticket. Several days ago this man came into his place and gave one of Sam's a&siFtants ' fwo 6hirts to be laundered, and a yellow ticket containing the usual hieroglyphics 1 was given him. A couple of days after that tne man re turned and demanded his shirts. When asked for the ticket he told Wall he had lost it. "Gimme tick an' get sbirtee," ex plained Wall. "Give you ," said the man, squaring off menacingly. 'f givee no shirtee for no tickee," persisted the Mongolian, withdrawing to the rear room. "See here, heathen," yelled the man, "fork over my shirts or " and the laundryman says the fellow drew a gun from his pocket. The Celestial tried to explain that ho could not find the hhirt unless he had the duplicate check on the bundle, but the armed and determined stranger told him to ransack every shelf until the wanted bundle was found. Obediently the Chinaman pulled down bundle after bundle and exposed their contents to the scrutiny of the man with the "pop." At last tlie right bundle was found, and, turning over 20 cents, the strauger departed. BOYCOTT AGAINST KEHXAX'S. KnlirlitH of liiilmr Incensed Over Ex clusion of Union .Men from Work. At tho regular meeting of the Douglass Association of Stationary Engineers, L. A., K. ofXi., No. 1149, yesterday after' noon at 609 F street northwest, officers of the assembly for the next six months were nominated and resolutions passed condemning the action of Mr. Eugene Ker nan, who in his contract for tlie erection of additional buildings, stipulated that no union workmen should be employed. "There is now a boycott on Kernan's Theater and to strengthen the boycott another resolution wib passed to the effect that any member who violated the orderof the boycott by visiting the theater as spectator, should be fined for each of fense $5. Street "Railway Union's Plc-Xic. The members of the Protective Street Rail way Union have made big preparations to entertain their friends at Chevy Chase Park Wednesday by giving a pic-nic, -tvliicli is en tirely complimentary. A very attractive programme has been arranged. Dancing vrill begin at 10 a. m. and continued until 11 p. m. At 3 p. m. there trill be tub races and at 4 p. m. baseball, Metropolitans vs. Jolly Fat Men; at 6 p. m., fat men's race, at 7:45 p. in. an address by Mr. J. A. Berger, president of the Electrical Workers' Association, his subject being "United Labor." People leaving trie city for their summer vacation cannot afford to also h-nve THE TIMES. It will bo mailed to nny address and will continue to tae the best lical newspaper in Vnsb i iiiuton. I JOHNSTONS 729-731 7th St. Large 4-string Boneless Codfish Rising Sun Stove Polish . JEnameline Stove Polish . Ironshine Stove Polish . Small Oil Sardines, can . 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4C 4C 4c pLarge Lump Starch .. , Btar Soap, cake .. .. Borax Soap, cake .. . BEaBSQ Elgin Star Condensed Milk, can. Large .Fat Mackerel, per lb Vinegar, per gallon Bixby's Large Blacking Large Mustard Sardines Sugar-cured Shoulders ,1b Fat Back, for seasoning 7c Box of Strawberry Preserves, lb. Curraut Jelly, lb Cherry Preserves ,1b Damson Preserves, lb Tapioca, loose, lb LargeWholeNutmegs.Gfor Corn Starch, package Barley, per lb Pickles, in bottles Large Pint Bottles Blue Ball Blue, in boxes, each LargeCan Tomatoes, bestquality. Canned Corn, per can Canned Peas, per can 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c oC 5c 5c 5c 5C 5c 5c 5c String Beans, per can. 10 . Fruit Pudding, all flavors, 8c. Pkg. Ladles' Royal Shoe Polish. Large Enaiuelinc .' Red Seal Lye, can Mendelson's Powdered Lye.. Whole Cloves, 1-1 lb Ground Cloves, 1-4 lb.. .. Ground Allspice, 1-4 lb.. .. Saltpeter, 1-4 lb Cream Tartar, 1-4 lb Celery Seed, 1-4 lb Ground Ginger, 1-4 lb:. .. Caraway Seed, 1-4 lb.. .- 8c Sc 8c Sc 8c 8c 8c 8c Sc 8c 8c 8c -8c Whole Allspice, -1-4 lb., -i... rl Best ). Labrador Herring, dozeu 10c i N. T Cream Biscuit. 10c Lemon Dikes Milk Lunch Biscuits. Mixed Nuts, best.. . Cal. Evap. Peaches.. Cul. Evap. Pears.. .. Cal. Evap. Apples.. 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c Flat Cans Steak Salmon 12c-, Imported Sardines, small, key.., Steak Salmon, large flat cans... Flat cans.Boiled Mackerel Baltimore sugar-cured Hams, lb , Bacon Strips Society Wafers Vanilla Cakes Sugar Jumbles 12c 12c 12c 12c 12c 12c 12c 12c 12c Honey Jumbles Best Jaya Gunpowder Ten, per lb Johnston Breakfast Coffee. Simp, per gallon Molasses, per gallon 20c 20c 20c 20c 20c 2-pound Cans Beef,.... Coffee Essence, per box Large Size Bags Salt Soap Powder FatSmoked Bloaters, each Hominy Grits Coarse Hominy Our Setter Cigars, each.. Gilt Edge Soap (5c size), each.. Small Durham Mustard (boxes).. Small Glasses Mustard .., The Saturday Night Cigars, each. 2c 2c 2 l-2c 3c 3c 3c Potted Ham, small. . . Loose Lard, lb Animal Crackors Nic-Nacs, per pound Raisins, imported Raisins, Sultanas Baby Brand Condensed Milk, can. Salmon, tall cans Large French Prunes Pettijohn's Breakrast Food American Gelatine. Rumfoid's6-oz Yeast Powder. .... 6c Gc ger snaps? Arbucklo Coffee 22c Olive Oil (imported) 22c Lca&Perrin'sWorcestcrshireSauce.. 22c Canned Tomato Sonp(largecan) .. .. 22c Canned Chicken Soup (large can).. .. 22c Best Cox's Gelatine J3c Criterion Brand Cal. Canned Apricots 13c Queen& Anderson Jams 13c California Apricots 13c California Plums 13c White Wine Vinegar. A3c "Rvjinnratod Cream, can.. .. 14c Best Butterine, lb 14c J.B. Baking Powder, l-iu tins.. .. Blue Ben Matches, dozen Ground Coffee, per lb Webb's Cocoa, per tin Eagle Brand Coudenscd Milk.. .. Smoked Berring, box 14c 1-lc 15c loc 15c 15c Tohnstoiis, 729-7 31 7th St. The Johnston Go Brooms will be A NTS n m - -JL Jbl .To-day 4 Cents, Brown Soap , long bar b.. Soapine, pkg Pearllne, pkg English Pearl Soap .. .. Jlrook'sCrybtalSoap .. .. Bon Ami Ginger Snaps, per pound.. SodaCrakers.perpound . 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4C ge S' Western Shoulder Mixed Candy, peril) Ivory (Elephant Head) Starch... Diamond Starch (needs no blue).. 2-lb packages Best Oats Sago, per package Fifty Good Cigars 65c l Only 5 Gents. Lima Beans, per can Picnic Size Baked Beans Hunter's Mustard Dressing (large). Water Lily Soap (large size) Pint Bottles Catsup 1-lb. pails f'ottosuet, each Celery Salt, bottle .-... Alabaster Starch, pkg.. Boot Beer, per bottle..... Pride or Egypt Cigars Edwin Booth Cigars Ilrabella Cigars Will o' the Wisp Cigars Scotch Snuff, per box Fashion Fine Cut , package 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 3c 5C 5c 5C 5c 5C 5C Cc OC DC Ground Pepper, 1-4 lb. 8c 8c 8c 8c fee 8c Sc Sc 6c 8c 8c Sc 8c I Ytllow Mustard, Seed, 1- 41b. Ground Mustard, 1-4 lb Ground Cinnamon, 1-4 lb Ground Mate, 1-8 lb... Whole Mace. 1-8 lb Ground Cayenne Pepper, 1-4 lb. Whole PeppeV, 1-4 lb Macaroni, per package Fruit Puddme (nil ilavorsK. .. Ilirsh's Sauce J. B. BakingPowdcr, 1-2 lb. tins. Cleveland 10c size .". Cream Cheese New Pmnells Large Silver Prunes. 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c lOe 10c .X. Cal. Evap. Apricots Cal Eap. Tangerines dauge Ham, all lean, lb.. Chicory, lb Best Cream Cheese, lb.". .. Lantern Jars Sirup, pints... Mixed Ririe N-its 12c Saltine WaTers 12c Fruit Crackers (Sultanas) per lb... 12c GrahamWafcrs.perpound 12c Vanilla Walers, per pound 12e Egg Biscuits, per pound .. .. .. 12c Wintergreen Candy 12c Canued Corned Beef, sliced 12c Special Price 12 Cents and Moclia Coffee 30c. lb. Large cans Soused Mackerel.... I Colburn's Salad Dressing 20c 20c 20c 20c Royal Baking Powder, 1-2 lb.... Cleveland Baking Powder, 1-2 lb., Bixby's Small Blacking Babbitt's Soap Raisins, seedless Macaroni, per package Potted Tongue, small Home-made Egg Noodles (large)... Lobster, tall cans Wilbur's Chocolate, cake Porterhouse Steak Wilbur's Cocoa, per tin 3c 4 1-4C 5c 6c 6c 10c 16c -J 7c 18c 10c 7 ams Johnston's G-oz Yeast Powder. Maryland Peaches, per can. Gc Large 3-lb Can Baked Beans. Canned Oysters, per can.. Eli Pettijohn's food, packagi Mother's Baked Beans, can.. Fine Gunpowder Tea Spring Leaf Tea Fine Oolong Tea Old Government Java Coffee. 9c 9c 35c 3Qc 35b 35c 35c Best Mocha Coffee. Royal Family Flour, bbl S4.50 Columbia Soups Chicken, Julienne, Totnato.ConsomiDe.Muliigatawny, large cans, each Durkee'sSaladDresslng, bottle Best Elgin Butter, lb Best Mixed Tea 50c, Ih Good Value. Presli Eggs 13c. doz. 5 Imported Sardines, large, with key Pretzelcttes, . .. Sirloin Steak Best Fresh Eggs, doz California Pears California Peaches 15c 15c 15c 13c 15c ICC 50c Horseshoe Chewing Tobacco, lb.. Star Chewing Tobacco, lb 50c Boss Chewing Tobacco, 3-pIy, lb.. . Bay Steamer Chewing Tobacco, lb. Gravely 3-ply Chewing Tobacco.. .. Nosegay T wist Che wi ng Tobacco P. H. Hains' Best Chewing Tobacco. Broncho Chewing Tobacco UOC 5oC 60c 35c 40c 35c I A X UAY sold to-day for Cream Crackerp,perpound. ., i 4c Bread Soda, per pound .. ;4c Bottled Jamaica Ginger .- 4c Rice, large grain, per pound 4c Dried Beans, lb ' 4c J. B. Baking Powder, l-41b tins.... 4c Small Lemon Extracto 4c Small Vanilla, 4c , 7 Cents;.. US 7c t Tapioca, per package-.' -7c Farina, pound package.. 7c j Olive Oil (bmall) 7c Maryland Pie Peaches. 7c i Early June Peas 7c Stick Candy, all flavors. Pepsin Cut Plug Tobacco Globe Fine Cut Tobacco Greenback Smoking Tobacco. .r.... Durham Smoking Tobacco Our World Cigars Ammonia, large bottles.. Quince Preserves, lb Baspberry Preserves, lb Peach Preserves, lb AppleButter.lb Balsins, California New Dates ". .".. Turkish Prunes Canned Succotash, can s. Olives, in glass jars '.. Large Lemon Extracts Large Vanilla ,. Candles, No. 6, per set Quart Bottles Catsup New Figs, per lb.. .. .s Large Bottles Jamaica Ginger Yocuin Bros. Cigars General Arthur Cigars..-'. Goodrcair. - 8 and HciiipClbthes Lines (100 feet)..'.. Sapolio, large Sc Sc Sc Sc c 8c Sc Sc Sc 10c Sc Sc 10c. U9 Lantern Jars Mustard Large Bottles Catsup Home-made Egg Noodles (small)... General Arthur (large) Cigars.. .. Old Dominion (large) Tobacco.. .. Bob White Tobacco Gravely's Best Tobacco , Breakfast Bacon, lb 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c Rib Roast of Beefsteak Round Steak Sack Corn Meal (Squirrel Brand).. Plymouth Rock (botlucolora) Olive Oil (!a"rge) .. I." Cooking Butter '. CampbeirsBecfsteakCatsup,pt.size Cal. Pitted Evaporated Plums, lb 12c 12c 12c 12c 12c 12c 12c 12c Royal Salad Dressing, bottle CampbeirsBeef6teakCatsup,qt.size.. Poundpackages Dunham's Cocoanut. Choice Rio , 20c 20c 20c 20o 1-lb cans Fairbank's Chipped Beef.. 5-string Brooms Golden Drip Sirup 3-lb pails Cottolene 3-lb pails Lard 1-16 bhl Royal Family Flour Richardsou&RobbinsPotted Turkey large ' Holland Java and Mocha Coffee.... Java and Mocha Coffee rc 9c 9c 9c l-4.bbl Royal"Familv. , .. . 1-8 bbl Royal Family SI. 15 GOc S5.25 $1.46 70c. 40c $4 75 $1.20 C5c 35c 18c 15c Lily Best Patent Flour, bbl. 9c i 1-4 bbl Lily Best Paten 1-8 bbl Lily Best PatentFlour 1-16 bbl Lily Best PatentFlour Electric Light Best Family Flour, bbl 1-4 bbl Electric Light'FIour 1-8 bbl Electric Light Flour 1-16 bbl Electric Light Flour 1-32 bbl Electric Light Flour 1-32 bbl Royal Family Flour. ers 9 Dunbar's Barataria Shrimps, large. Potato Chips, per pound 22c Java Flavored Coffee 22c i New Orleans Baking Molasses 25c i Mustard, per gallon 5-lb pails Armour's Vegetables.. 5-lb pails Lard 5-lb pails Silver Leaf Lard Fancy Mixed Tea Choice Oolong Tea Choice Gunpowder Tea Extra Choice Oolong Tea Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea G-lb pails Preserves (pail) Royal Bilking Powder, 1 lb Cleveland Bakiug Powder, 1 lb.. . 5-lb pails Crescent Lard Armour's Extract Beef, far I 5-lb pails Cottolene Tel. 816. BLUE and BLACK SERGES $g.40 The be3t suits In tho world for tho price. .$2.40 All-wool Blue ana Black thetiot fculta for meucjol. neat, dressy our prica .... 4.40 ilea's Gray Sere Suits large sizes from 6to41only .. 4.00 Children's Suits 1-2 Price. Suits that wero Jl 50 nor TSc Suits that weroa now $1.00 Suits that were $inow 1J5G Suits that were Jt now 2.03 Suits that were Si now. 2.M Suits that were SC now..... 3J)0 Suits taat wore -S" now 30 TROUSER SALE. We nnnouncea sale of COO pairs of Jfen?s Pantaloons, in elegant light and eolqred patterns serges also alt -wool. Here-are the prices they are one-hair the regular: S7.00 Tron--ers for only SU.50 COO Troupers Tor only 3k.tr0 5.00 Troucers tor onlv 2;B(I 4.00 Trousers for only 2.(10 3.00 Trousers Tor only 1.50 . 2.50 Trousers for only : .. .. 1.25 2.00 Trousers ror only 1.00 1.50 Troi.'oM for only 75c 1.25 Trousers for only 62c "White IHu k Trousers for SI a pair some as you'll pay $1 50 for elsewhere. Men's Alpaca Coats.. .; S1.00 Men's Lint',1 Dusters 40c Children's Linen Dusters 25c Men's Silk Pongee Coats and Vest.. . ..S2.50 COR. NINTH AND ESTS. N-W. NO FEE UNTIL CURED. DR. CZARRA, 602 F st. nw , Washington, D. Cv Treats all chronic, nervous awl Wood dl3 eases, nlcoliolisni and opium habit. SPE CIALTY Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Plies. Fistula. Stricture. &.C PRIVATB Diseases positively and permanently eared. Lost Manmxid restored. Consultation fre. Office hours 9 to 12 a m , 2to 5 30 p.m., . G. 30 to 8 p. m , Sunday, 4 to 7 p m. oC oC OC OC HC 3c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c PABST BREWING CO.'S Milwaukee Beer IS THE BEST MADE. EFECTALLY GOOD FOR FAHILT C32. "WASHISUTON BRANCH. S03-705 orth Capitot Street. 'FHONE, S7i a.ull-ly -3-- -''' 2-burner Gas Ranges, $13 Up Although here are the3-barH ers an J the -i-burners at f0 and higher. Any of them will cooi and bak without heatincshe house Gas stoves, too if yon want them. The largest stoet in the city is hero. Gas Appliance Exchange, 1428 N. Y. Ave. 1 You Want an Al quality of Superior Rose, we haTe it, at 12c per foot and worth the money. Patent Nozzle. -JOe No charge for couplings. MUDDIMAN'S, 614 12th St. N. W. GARDEN HOSE. Sljo. m m C n Better thinic about the welfare of i Dili your lawn. 25 feet of good garden hose complete, with sprinkler and combination hose pipe, for iL50. Better grades atS, Vi and 16 cents & foot. Reels T5 cents and $1.60 and they're good strong -.iaa. S. S. SHEDD & BRO., PIus;b3r3, -432 Ninth St.' Absolutely Painless Dentistry. EASON ENOUGH why we should he your g dentists. Our wort is heyond criticism it giTes satisfaction and it lusts the beat proof of all of lis ex cellence ml eYory operation we perform is absolutely painless done by the "Seat 23c 2Sc 25c 27c 28c 30c 30c 30c 30c 5S"- method of painless wV 'irr" aemtsiry Known. Bi x ' ''A- tractinir. 50 cenla. Other operations in proportion. EVANS DENTAL PARLORS, 1217 Penn. Ave. N. W. ,nti j-f" "rj -o - - --o-- LOOK Out for our White Wagons an order given to any driver will receive prompt attention. Xennsoec lea Exclusively fall weight, prompt service. Great Falls Ice Co., Office, 924 Pa. Ave. '. IV. 'Phone 372. $-d'&- -- -0O- 25c 25c f No Cooler Light Than Electrfcity and no safer, cheaper or moro reliable power. Call us up when you tiling of 40c 4Se 4Sc 50c GOc GOc 80c SOc 35c 40c 40c 48c 33c 44c t A putting in either. e tur- 7 nish tho current only. $ U.S. Electric LifihtinS Co. f 213HTIIST N W. ihone,77. The Man Who Doesn't insitro Ills life is muklmr a grave m lstakf Sooner or Inter ue will wisili lie bad taken out n policy wlieiiiiilienltliandJsrrcustli Have you ever tlionuttt It over'." IVriteto "F. K. HAYMO.VD, GEN ACT., UNION CEXTKAIi I.TFE INSUR ANCE CO., City. ICE HYGIENIC-HEALTHi; liL. THE HARDEST THE BEST. MADEOFPUHESFWNG WATER TeltphoaaiL Offlco IMTltM .