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Lansburgh Bro
Store closes every evening E oclock
Saturdays excepted
Alidsummer Sale
40 Inch White Lawn extra line heavy
7ic yard
and white cure dotted
A lot of colored
ted and striped Sl 32 and Inches
wide only one piece of a kind Regular
jujuca 7Z -v -
2Sc yard
20 nieces 02 Inch White French Batiste
beautiful and Mieer 4c and Mc value
Special 35c yard
0 inch Black Organdies The best black
and quality produced Second to none
when quality Is considered
37 50 60 and
75c yard
4S Inch Sheer Batiste Mull a rcgulct
25c kind for
W will offer all of our genuine Silk
Moussellnc De Sole nolienne Ieno De
Sole Ponzlnctte De Sole and Sole rntte
In all colors plain stripes and dots
Have been G9 and uc
Special 50c yard
23 pieces fine- sheer quality Persian
Lawn 32 inches wide 50 and 60c value
Special 45c yard
15 pieces of Dfi lnch White Linen Lawn
In 11 vard pieces This Is a 75c grade
Speclal price by the piece
50c yard
Lansburgh Bro
420 to 426 Seventh St
Storo Closes at 5 P M
Saturdays at 1 P M
Will Help You
To the Matting
Baby Carriage or
Go Cart
Also to Any
Piece of Furniture
You May Need
Weekly or Monthly
Payments Arranged
To Suit You
Mattings Tacked
Down Free
117 19 821823 7th SKNW
I Bet H and I Sts
Your plates made in the old yayr and pay
high i rice hen joifoau pet the latest and
save moi rjT We restore the lost facial
and make jou loot jouner with our
plati Tbey contain the Vero double Bucttdo
will prcienti them from falling out
is absolutely painless I had seven
fejth extracted by the Vero Dentists and felt
no pain whatever JXO E HAMMOND 213
K Mrcet northeast
Remember It will pay you to call now as
cur rates aic greatly reduced during summer
1201 Pa are Opp Btlcfeh
New hours S a m to 6 p m Sua
i s 9 m to I p m
Perhaps you would Iko to laugh
If so jou want perfect You can
hare anything in DENTISRtY ar the lowest
prife Satisfaction guaranteed Painless op
Electrical appliances for evening work
Consultation free
Invalids visited at their homes by compe
tent dentist 15 jears experience
Weekly or monthly payments
Office and Residence 1011 11 St N W
gmib 8 Set 5
U53 Including Palnloss
Guaranteed Extraction
Hours S SO to 0
fcu3dir 19 4 Gold Crown 5
Dr Patlon 910 F St
SfconJ floor Ladr aistan
l IbcJufl to use for the summer cook
ing It ia cheaper and cleaner than coal
It catches quicker and males hotter
fire Order coke ol tu
S bushel Large Coke deIreredtOO
tO bushela Large Coke delivered Jf3
CO Inubels Large Coke delivered 410
15 bwhfls Crushed Coke delivered tZS0
0 btbhela Crushed Coke delivered f370
CO bushela Crushed Coke delivered 330
m Tenth Street N W
iS The EanS Deilal Parl0rS
ia t St x TT
Still here Will be plcaaed to
attend to all former patient
and also othcra who call He-
Iff if UArlr t
uwt nvi uu c wire
ern Iroprcord initrurmnts and material tor all
work Teeth extracted tree without pain An
important fact Is that
cu rnicEs aiie the very lowest
130 F St JJ
CO lialn Store corner 7th and 8
EUteta Brancbea all over the dti
and In all marktta
13 814 Ttt It 710 Market Soac
OMtAnftH Is a systemic disease that
local remedies alone do not reach S S S is a
reliable and safe cute for this 4S It
l ustine disease W W w
Chief Buttons Estimates for llc
Fiscal Year 1902 1903
The nflllIiKlimciit of Six sr rm
pmilrN lelrril niieiKN
15TOIO Many Ilfttcriui nlH
for flic lrinrnieiit lroiiotriI
Robert S Dutton Chief Knslnccr of the
Fire Department yesterday submitted to
the Commissioners his schedule of esti
mates for the lineal 3 car endins June M
11K13 Mr Dutton estimates the total ex
pense of the department for that year in
cluding the establishment of 6ix new
companies at 70K0 This he says Is
an excess over the expenditure of the
present fiscal year of fill M0 tho differ
ence being that of the total estimates sub
mitted and the amount provided in ap
propriations for the current year The es
timates add something to all silaries of
the department and thirty four new pri
vates of the second class are provided
for With reference to the schedule Mr
Dutton says
The largest item of increase 120OQ0t
represents the sites houses and furni
ture for the six new compaples and the
school of instruction The site house
and furniture of one of these that at Con
gress Heights have already been provid
ed for and only the apparatus and men
for that one remain to be secured These
additional companies are badly needed
In fact the District Tire Department is
just about half the size it should be The
department covers a territory of sixty
nine square miles and counting the
Brookland company which will be estab
lished thi fall each company acrages a
district to ba cove ed by It of 2S7 square
miles almost double that covered by a
company in Xew York and Philadelphia
three times greater than a companys ter
ritory In Baltimore Buffalo Cincinnati
or New Orleans four times larger than
those of Milwaukee and LouisilIe com
panies about six times rrore extensive
than the districts covered by a San Fran
cisco company and about seven times
greater than a Boston company covers
Of the additional companies asked for
the one most badly needed Is tho truck
company proposed to be located in the
sojthcastcrn section of the city In all
this section there is but one truck com
pany Truck A located on North Capitol
Street between B and C Jn this part of
the city and District are located St Eliza
beths Insane Asylum Iroyidenco Hospi
tal the Naval Hospital the German Or
phan Asylum jail and many public
schools all dependent upon a single truck
company on a first alarm
The next company in point of desirabil
ity Is an engine company in the south
western section of the city In which sec
tion despite its extensive territory and
the presence therein of many valuable
structures there is but one engine com
pany locate1 There should be another es
tablished in this portion of the city at the
earliest possible day An engine company
in the northeastern section of the city is
perhaps the next company most badly
needed and hardly less badly needed Is
an engine company between Seventeenth
Strttt and Jtock Creek and south of H
Street Finally a chemical engine compa
ny in Good Hope
The appropriation of o000 for a school
of instruction Is earnestly recommended
There Is no such school here and men
appointed to the department enter it as a
rule without any Instruction whatever in
fire righting duties In several of the
larger cities of this country such schools
have been established with most desira
ble results The establishment of the pro
posed school would it is believed add
very greatly to the efficiency of the de
Tp carry into effect the desire of the
honorable Commissioners that the head
of the Fire Department shall be sn ex
ecutive officer the position Is designated
In the estimates submitted herewith as
Superintendent and their suggestion that
this officer shall receive an annual salary
of not less than 3000 is adopted The
making of he chief officer of the Dis
trict Fire Department which has develop
ed into a great and constantly growing
business concern a purely executive one
is In harmony with the course pursued
by other leading cities of this country
and Is really no new departure here as
several years ago the business affairs of
the department were transacted by a
Board of Fire Commissioners
The Senior Assistant ChleJC Engineer of
the District Fire Department has been
since the retirement May 1 1901 of Chief
Parris its flre Hghting head This officer
it is proposed to designate as Chief En
gineer and the salary recommended
2109 per annum would it is respectfully
submitted be but fair compensation for
so worthy and competent an officer
An additional Assistant Chief Engin
eer Is askeU for and It Is recommended
that the salaries of these officers be in
creased from 12 to 1500 per annum
It Is recommended that the salary of
the Fire Marshal be increased from 1000
to 1600 per annum This officer Is one
of the most Important and necessary in
the service of the municipality He oc
cupies a position of great responsibility
and should be a man well acquainted with
the construction of buildings of ripe ex
perience and energy
An assistant to the Fire Marshal at
1200 per annum is recommended It has
been found necessary to provide the Fire
Marshal with an assistant in order that
the Iiwh and regulations made for the
prevention of fires could be properly en
forced a private in the department having
been detailed for the purpose
lnllli o n GI H Kclio
A fair sized and very enthusiastic audi
ence greeted the first presentation of the
three act farce corned Duffys Jubilee
at the Clen Echo Amphitheatre last night
The comedy which Is from the pen of J
Butler Havlland has the merit of pos
sessing a really funny story laughable
situations interspersed with plenty of
songs dances and medleys all combining
to make up a thoroughly enjoyable enter
tainment The farce will bo presented
every evening this week and dancing will
continue from S toll as usual ne cafe
has changed hands and the service very
much improved Managr Thomas vouch
es for the statement that no gambling devices-
or other objectionable features will
be permitted during his administration
of unl Vcaxrla
The cruiser Newark has arrived at Bos
ton where she ill be repaired the train
ing ship Lancaster at Gardiners Bay the
despatch boatDolphin at Portland the
gunboat Yankton at San Juan the cruiser
Michigan and the gunboats Hawk and
Yantlc at Buffalo the supply ship Nan
ihan at Shanghai and the gunboat Ben
nington at Yokohama The distilling ship
Iris has sailed from Hongkong for Cavite
A esv 1om41 station
A postal sub fetation was recently or
dercd to be established at the corner of
East Capitol and Ninth Streets southeast
to be known as sub station No 54 The
sub station which commenced operations
fsterday morning is In charge of T G
A Jniimieite Military Attache
The United States Minister at Tokyo
Alfred C Buck has informed the Depart
ment of State that Lieutenant Colonel
Watanabe of the Japanese army has
been nppolnted milltarv attache to the
Japanese legation In Washington
Impaired Digestion
May not be all that Is meant by dytpepiia
now bat It will be If ncglcctod
The uneasiness after eating fits of nerv
ous headache sourness of the stomach and
disagreeable belching may not be very bad
now but they will bo if the stomach Is
suffered to grow weaker
Dyspepsia Is such n miserable disease
that the tendency to it should be given
early attention This Is completely over
come by
Hoods Sarsaparilla
which strengthens thewhola digestive system
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aJijPSaSiiS61Na iSaiSfc akfclL
Lnfnjctte Voniis Mr WInllirop
The production of Youns Sirs VVln
throp by the Lafayette ttock company
last night ushered in the llnal week of
the present season at the Ucrecr house
and those of the companys clientele who
hae not as yet abandoned their town
houses in favor of the mountains or sea
shore will most likely embrace a last op
portunity of seeing the Lafuyette players
in an entertaining bill The current offer-
Ins is from the pen of Bronson Howard
to whom the stace is indebted for Shen
andoah and Aristocracy that brilliant
satire on social high life In writing
Young Mrs Wlnthrop the authors mo
tive was plainly to paint the domestic
side of social life He has put into each
and every one of his characters disposi
tions inclinations and tendencies which
are absolutely true to those one meets
in the world day after day The play is
highly dramatic and is brimming over
with human nature both of which go
far to -make up for the old plot material
The estrangement of Constance and
Douglas AVInthrop and their Ultimate re
conciliation through tho bchemlng of an
old lawyer is prettily told and many
dainty and cleverly fashioned scenes are
employed throughout the entire play The
two leading character are undoubtedly
the most dllllqult to handle which cannot
as a rule be said of such parts There
Is absolutely nothing to them and their
interpreters are forced to re create them
For the rest each part acts Itself The
dashing society woman who is kept busy
getting married and dlvorceO is a bright
breezy type which while it may be a
trifle overdrawn lends a sparkle and
buoyancy to the play that Is very refresh
ing Then there Is the old family lawyer
a splendid example of his kind and to
offset these is the sympathetic role of the
blind girl whose lovable nature and sweet
reslgt atlon should go through the play
like a gleam of sunlight
Edwin Arden plays Douglas Wlnthrop
the young husband The only demand
which the part makes of an actor Is that
he should look arid act well bred Added
to this Mr Arden brought -his Intelligence
to bear with the results which invariably
mark his efforts He made Douglas Wln
throp an acting part something which
the author evidently never Intended that
it should be and his conception was thor
oughly natural and consistent In the
hands of an inefficient player the art
would easily be lost sight of in so much
as Its acting merits are involved but Mr
Ardens artistic touch is sufficient to give
prominence to an even lejs worthy role
He never falls to make the most of the
opportunities provided and when there
is none he promptly crestcs them of his
own will
Robert Ilogcrs Imbues the character of
Buxton Scott with more humor than dig
nity though he took good care of a pretty
scene with the young couple in the last
act Wright Kramer gave a commend
able performance as Herbert in love with
Kdlth and Myron Letflngwcil was a quiet
and dignified Dr Mellbanke Minnie Itad
cliffc played Constance the young wife
and did her best with the part which is
palpably lacking In opportunities liljou
Fernandez acted the role of Mrs Dick
Chetwyn the society devotee according
to her own idea of the part which for
tunately Is not of the stereotyped va
riety She gave a portrayal which was
thoughtful studied and quite out of tho
ordinary Iulse Mnckintoslrgato n sym
pathetic reading of the role of Mrs Ituth
Wlnthrop and repeated the favorable im
pression which she created earlier In the
season In similar roles Violet Kimball
plays Idith the blind girl Matinees
Wednesday and Saturday
Cliimi x A Trio lo Chiiiittomi
When the l2e Charles Hovt framed the
plot of his comedy in which the adventures
of a sporty hypochondrlec during an alleg
ed trip in theCelestiai quarter of an Ameri
can city were set forth ho depended
mainly upon specialties and vaudeville
features to round out the piece nnd left
many openings fpr feature work Thi3
fact has been taken up by tho Chase
Musical Comedy Company at the Grand
this week and developed to an enjoyable
extent and aside from the clever work
done by tho principals the specialties are
the feature of the performance
In A Trip to Chinatown the organiza
tion which last week proved Itself capa
ble In A Black Sheep this week suc
ag rJ
Dont Poison Baby
TpORTY YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have
PAREGORIC or laudanum to make it sleep These drugs will produce
sleep and A FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP FROM WHI01T
THERE IS NO WAKING Many are the children who have been killed or
whose health has been ruined for life by paregoric laudanum and morphine each
of which is a narcotic product of opium Druggists are prohibited from selling
either of the narcotics named to children at all or to anybody without labelling
them poison The definition of narcotic is A medicine which relieves pain
and produces sleep but which in poisonous doses produces stupor coma convulsions
and death The taste and smell of medicines containing opium are disguised
and sold under the names of Drops Cordials Soothing Syrups etc You
should not permit any medicine to be given to your children without you or
your physician know of what it is composed 0AST0RIA DOES NOT CON
TAIN NARCOTICS if it bears the signature of Chas H Fletcher
AVgctabte Preparalionfbr As
Promotes Dige3lionCfieerfuF
ness andRestContains neither
OpiumMorpliine norMneraL
Tiox Narcotic
tafatm Seel
Aperfecl Remedy for Conslipa
ncss and Loss of Sleep
Facsimile Signature of
Tho Kind Ton Have Always Bought and which has been
an uso lor over 30 years has borne tho signature or
and has been made under his per
ffljJl eonal supervision since its inftuicy
KCCGfCtZ Allirarnn nnn tori welvo vnn in frilo
All Counterfeits Imitations and Just-as-good are bnfr
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Fare
oric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant 16
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms
and allays Feyerishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep
The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
Tut eiNTAun eoatnurr tt oaa arnttr anna off
cessfully cares for A Trip to China
town and at yesterdays performances
scored a deserved hit All of the now
familiar characters were Interpreted In
a most satisfactory manner -while those
given opportunity as Otis Harlan In
Welland Strong John Dunne as Been
Gay and Little Chip as Noah Heep were
not onlj very funny but succeeded in se
curing local approval with novel special
ties The size of the audiences yester
day demonstrated that people will go to
see a good Hoyt comedy and the expres
sions of satisfaction proved that the re
sult of Mr Chases efforts were thor
oughly appreciated
The comedy has been bettered In many
ways for this production Paring In some
places and additions in others have re
sulted In an ideal hot weather entertain
ment which carries all the features of
continuous vaudeville through a laughable
farce which retains Interest from act to
act The specialties are all ciever many
of them being entirely new The scenery
was produced for the occasion and Is
fresh The costumes are all handsome
Among the meritorious specialties are
the rendition of Kegina Colli by a sex
tette in the first act Attlla Is given
In a superb manner by a trio Little Chip
as Noah Heep the waiter won the hon
ors In the sccord act with his clever
work He has a new dance which Is
unique and worth seeing Otis Harlan
and Henriette Lee secured six encores in
their Quaker Song many of the local
hits being appreciated Eva Burnham is
a clever dancer and won praise for her
work Mary Marble covers a clever se
ries of male specialties as Willie Grow
As a laugh maker the production could
hardly be improved upon and with the
exception of the curtain raiser in the first
act there Is- not a slow moment In the
three acts Too much praise cannot be
given Messrs Harlan Dunne Hart
Lee and Little Chip in their va
rious roles Th comedy his seldom been
given a more elaborate or morj satisfac
tory production Matinees Thursday and
sT t - -aft iyr
Cnptnln StrnnirH ltetiueit Granted on
Order From Secrctnry RootT
The resignation of Capt Putnam Brad
leo Strong who figured In th scandal In
connection with Lady Frances Hope in
San FVanclsco last week was accepted
yesterday afternoon by tho War Depart
ment This action was taken by Colonel
Sanger Assistant Secretary of War npon
ftceipt of a telegram from Secretary Root
directing him to do so
After Secretary Hoot haJ wired Captain
Strong that It- would be necessary for
him to send In his resignation through
the regular channels the latter replied
that he had placed his written resignation
In the hands of General Young the com
manding officer of the Department of Cal
ifornia and had set forth his reasons for
so doing General Young also informed
the department that Captain Strong had
resigned with the required formality nnd
this Information was communicated to
Secretary Boot who had requested Gen
eral Young for Information as to Cap
tain Strongs conduct Late yesterday af
ternoon he wired Mr Sanger to accept
the resignation and a telegram stating
that this had been done was sent to Gen
eral Young and Captain Strong
In nrmy circles this nctlon Is commend
ed as the best way out of an unfortunate
episode It is contended upon behalf of
Captain Strons that he had a right to
resign at any time and Inasmuch as a
court martial would attract unnecessary
attention to a scandal It was deemed best
to allow him to resign and close the In
cident without further controversy
Captain Strong was to have sailed to
day for Manila on the transport Grant
Lady Hope has also canceled her ar
rangements to sail for Hongkong on tho
Nippon Maru which leaves San Fran
cisco on Wednesday
The Aged Alnbnmnn Life Depends
on a Stronir Constitution
The condition of ex Senator James L
Pugh of Alabama who is suffering from
a liver complaint at his residence 1333 R
Street northwest was reported to be
somewhat improved last night Mr Pugh
is in his eighty first year
Dr Carr hi3 attending physician says
that tho ex Senators wonderful consti
tution is coming to his assistance in his
Illness Though not being sick enough
to cau3e any serious concern Mr
Pughs illness Is such as Is liable to take
a sudden turn for the better or worse
First Lieut Conrad E Koerper assis
tant surgeon recently appointed has been
ordered to the Washington Barracks for
First Lieut Eleutheros H Cooke Tenth
Infantri has been relieved of duty as re
cruiting officer at Pittsburg and ordered
to Join his regiment at Fort Cook -
First Lieut Watts C Valentine Nine
teenth Infantry lias been ordered to Phil
adelphia for recruiting duty
Contract Surgeon William C Lc Compte
is relieved of dutv at Fort DuPont Del
and ordered to Fort Niagara
Major Abram L Haines surgeon re
cently appointed now at Albany N Y
has been ordered to San Francisco for
transportation to the Philippines for duty
Second Lieut John Symington Eleventh
Cavalry is assigned to Troop A Eleventh
The following transfers made by the
President May IS 1901 are announced Iy
the Secretary of War
Second Lieut Spencer M Bcwman from
the Second United States Infantry to the
Artillery Corps with rank from February
1 19u0 He is assigned to the Twenty
fifth Company Coast Artlllerv
Second Lieut Fred C Doyle from the
Twenty first United States Infantry to the
Artillery Corps with rank from June 13
lSOU He is assigned to the Twenty eighth
Company Coast Artillery
Aavj Orders
Commander W Goodwin detached War
College to home and three months sick
leave Lieutenant Commander R F
Nicholson detached command Farragut
July 15 to Bureau of Navigation July 22
Lleutena Commander H Klmmell detached-Torpedo
Station upon completion
of course to Academy Lieutenant Com
mander W S Hogg to Washington Yard
July 3S temporary duty ordnance In
struction and such other duty as as
signed Lieut L H Chandler detached
Bureau of Ordnance to command Bailey
and such other duty as assigned Lieut
M L Bristol detached Massachusetts
upon reporting relief to command Farra
gut Lieut J M Reeves detached Tor
pedo Station upon completion of course
to Washington Yard Chief Gunner C H
Venable retired to Washington Yard
July IS for duty assigned
The Greater Part of Our Stock of
Pianos Organs and
Musical Instruments
Some of It Below Cost
t Failing after much effort to get a building on P Street suitable for our ever enlarging
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1 Rebuilding Next Week
What to do with the stock is the question We cannot let it remain here and its too ex
pensive to store it Theres only one way and thats to let j on profit by our inconvenience
Cash or Convenient Terms of Payment
Sale Starts Today
S oct Portable Organs walnut case
5 oct Cabmct Organ oak case vil
5 oct 10 sfop Crown Organ slightly Cift
E oct 8 stop Mason Hamlin Chapel C77
slightly used K
5 oct Il stbp Putnam Organ walnut or ejy eft
oak new 1fOU
C oct 2 manual Mason Hamlin CftC
chapel style used perfect order v
Grand Pianos
Hardman ebonlzed case almost new suU
Gabler mahogany case used 10 CA7Z
months only iw
Weber rosewood case carefully C27C
used full rich tone fOij
Chlckering ebonlzed parlor grand CECfl
entirely new Inside vOOU
Stelnw ay rosewood parlor grand CASn
superb instrument sitju
Steinway baby grand used by an C77C
umbusndor during the season piu
Steinway baby grand carefully C7C
used perfect action rn
Steinway concert grand Just the CJfif
thing for schools or colleges avv
And a score of others
Square Pianos
Beautiful Square Rosewood American CC5
Piano Co worth JW W
CI nnn Steinway Sons Rosewood Square
piuuv Grand entirely renovated
Upright Pianos
7 oct Ebonlzed Marshall Wendell
Clflfl Mahog Huntington Piano
90UV used 2 mos
C3QQ Oak Huntington Piano used
031 Walnut Bogart Piano new
Mathushek Son Piano ma
hogany fine tone new
Mathushek Son Piano
ebony or walnut large scale new
7 Mathushek Son Piano ma
hog or walnut concert upright new
A U Chase oak or walnut
or mahogany new
7 E Gabler Bro oak walnut
or mahogany used
Steinway Sons ebonlzed
upright slightly U3ed
Stelnnay Sons rosewood
upright used 4 mos
And scores of others
2 16
925 Pennsylvania Avenue
New York Washington Parln
During the summer store closes
on Saturdays at 1 oclock on oth
er days
The Next
will be important to buyers of
goods for both personal and
liousehold uses and exceedingly
profitable to all wlio take advan
tage of the very low prices that
now prevail in every department
of the house
Stocks are kept complete at all
times but midsummer- finds the
store a regular clearance house
for makers who are compelled to
seek avenues of quick distribution
for surplus stocks
Each day will bring its own in
teresting news of the events
Cotton Goods Dept
First floor Tenth Street
16000 Yards
New Dimity
2V Yard
Best 1 2ic Quality
By far the greatest cotton goods
value of the present season and
of all summer fabrics tile dainti
est and most popular
All fresh new crisp perfect
Dimities fine and sheer printed
in scores of the most sought after
designs on white ground neat
figures and stripes and dots and
tho handsome larger and bolder
iititterns in delightful variety
Every piece is new just from
the cases the styles are excellent
and the quality is the regular best
12c grade
Special Price
lie the Yard
Will be displayed on long cen
tre counters main floor Tenth
Street and ample help provided
to serve you without unneces
sary delay
First Floor Tenth Street
An Important
Book Sale
We have just purchased over
3000 volumes from one of the
largest book jobbers in the United
Slates Embraced in this lfst arc
Fiction Romance Xovels His
tory Adventure Travel Poetry
Biography Theology Metaphy
sics Essaj s Scientific and Tech
nical Books Important works on
Electricity Engineering Carpen
try etc also books on llonie Dec
oration infact nearly every de
partments of literature is repre
sejiteflOver a thousand titles are
hereand in mrny instances only
a few copies of each book
The quantity purchased enables
uiFto offer these at
Less Than Half Third
and Even a Quarter
Regular Prices
Nearly all of the books are
bound in cloth and were publish
ed to sell at 50c 7c 100 and
all the way up tc 400 and G00
some of the books have been care
lessly handled and as a result
they are a little the worse for it
but the majority are clean and
fresh substantially and attrac
tively bound We have arranged
these books on large tables easily
accessible all the same price to
gether aS follows
10c 15c 25c and 50c
In a great many instances there
are only a few of each title and as
they are sure to be disposed of
quickly at the prices we have
marked them an early call is sug
A catalogue is beingprepared
which will be mailed free for the
Book Dept Basement
- Csrj - A 5LL
UimttiMmffirum UhriUm

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