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and Box Cair finest Silky Surpass and Vlcl Kid Skins 33 new
and distinct Shanes with nil the swell extension soles and
all the popular heels all sizes and w idths
ton ginuine J iCO value for
in lace and but-
Uomeni extra uabt All wool Flannel WsMs Imttcn front and bark
neatly tucked joke effect which are graduated in all the mt deerabl
sod waKnable chadee jnciudini black every uzc for
Women French Flannel Waist some of which are tucked front and
back others perfect piam talor nwde jierfect in fit and TnU 1 the col
ors in thfe aasort men t are roee cadet rewla lipht blue red and black -
ail sues at
oreen bet quality French Flannel Waists made In many new and
effctive etyles both button front and back some trmmed with Uffeta
tilk others pretty tucked the line of colorlnt in this lot is complete also
even uzc at
Womens Imported Trendi FJannel WaUt made of excellent quality
material titcbed luck to form oke full blouse front and tucked tiack
the new Ubihop aleees and stock collar flnwhed with 5 pearl buttons all
rhadVr including white and black everj fcizc
Women Fine Notelty French Flannel WavU many new and exclusive
dzn some handsomely embroidered othr tailor made eome tucteil in
the verv UtMt ffect eillier button front or back tttlea eterj desired
feiiadc whidi is suitable for street or cemnj wear et cry tue
Ffond floor al joining the Milliner Department
Ribbons for Thanksgiving
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Always the Bsst of Everything for the Least Money
3 3 S3
k Purchase Worthy of Everybodys Attention
5000 pairs of Women s Misses and rhildron s Shoes just within our
Fjrasp right after our nip successful s ample shoe sale another Immense
lot of eleqant and fine footwear has come to us at an opportune time
the backward s eason has caused many larfre shoe bujers to counter
mand their back orders thus leaving the manufacturer stocked with
Boods which must be Mild at once cash purchasers are aluavs looked
for the prize fell to our let we prefer large quantities to small lots be
cause our output is sufficiently larse enough to warrant deals of this kind
we bought at our price and we hae toda In addition to our repular
lines 5631 additional pairs of Womens Misses and Children s Shoes
and Slippers which wo shall sell fully one third off of their regular worth
Nothing pleases us better than preparing a feast or such bargains where
evorvone can partake for mj little cost Now for the details
1362 pairs of Womens Fine Fall Shoes all clean bright smart styles
made of real Ideal patent kid th best Box Enamel Velour
1C11 pairs of Womens Fine Footwear made with wide extension soles
fast studied welts extension sole ropo stitch medium extension and light
bevel soles in fact an arrav of every variety consisting of patent leather
patent enamel box and velour calf and all other lino qualities of kid skins
with bright dull and cloth tops with patent leather trltamings
to suit all tastes they are made with all style heels high
medium and low even spriag heels also military Cuban and
French all sizes 3 50 alue for
SS3 pairs of Womens Shoes and Slippers made of patent
leather box cair and vlcl kid extension medium and light soles
with heels and spring heels with cloth and kid tops made
with all the new foxing and best lasts all sizes mo jz w um mi
SSI ralrs of Misses and Childrens Shoes laco and button made of genuine
patent leather box calf and lld skins extension and medium soles
cloth and kid tops spring bcel and the new low heel ev cry pair
fully guaranteed choice of the entire lot with sizes up to 2
430 nalrs of Womens Fine Kidskin and Talent Vamp House and
Dres SHnners medium concave heel onera and sandal style whl
kid lined stran and bow oer instep all sizes S123 value for
2S0 pairs Childrens Shoes made of patent leather and kldskins with iv
cloth or kid tops medium and extension soles sizes up to E for J
1000 pairs of Boudoir Slippers light and comfortable made of ma
dras canvas and felt without heels every size in this lot of each
color which we shall sell for
296 pairs of Babies Soft sole Shoes and Moccasins all colors and I ML
stjles choice of the 45c and J3c value for -
CO dozen Black Felt Overgaitcrs seven button Ovcrgalters In every
size per pair
Browns Whitmans Foderes Vici and Raven Bright Shoo Dress
ing regular 10c size per bottle
Do not overlook this announcement its a matter where jour Interest Is
as much rt stake as ours
Second Floor Shoe Department adjoining the Millinery Department
Now We Follow With Another Thanksgiving Prize
The Silk Department made a special purchase One which Fllk buy
ers will hall with delipht A line of rllKs which will lit holiday bujers
All filk coored atm Duel full JO riches wide worth 0c per jard for 49c re-
member mi 15 a 1 r n ovn maie lai vim a neaiy satin cinf nnicim Lripnt ana
lutru in the follow in colors O 1 blue heho cerise apjle prccn medium A fr
lironn nlum blut crdmaL lilflt and lirich miTtle most lirantlftil fr vrmn 49C
k fowns waists or for fane work for the Holiday jour choice at per jaM
un saie cenire bargain lauies nrsi noor opposite me u Department
Right in Lins Comas Anolhsr Thanksgiving Prize
ConsTtin of KO superfine hicli prsde AIl ivool Cloth Mallm fcUrts in Oxford and Brown
11 111 a tuir irae stripe ner rauomj in a Eincnr jngn cuss manner iuji Bare and stitched
iKitiora 11 lenytja -from 33 to re well 5u pr5c yi wilu tms oDcrincr
as tLw fame skirt has leen itcllin everywhere for 5tO e have j reun
ited tpeclal bargains ill the week thereto hu grand skirt Larsain will
be told at -
or sale firrt finer bargain tables and second floor Suit Department
Now We Gome with the Ever Popular Flannel Waists
With prices in accordance with these other Thanksgiving bargains
V omens All wool Flannel ttaifitj tucked font rrenrhr hark rrw Tllsliop ulcere
and toefc ome n ade of tricot others of pood quality pain ladies cloth colors arc
red rota light blue pink reseda trees and black every tiic from 32 to 42 for
Worthy of being In company with these other specials which wc have
just mentioned
5000 bunches of AU ailk No 1 Bjliy Ilib
bon in all art 4iades includme black J f
and white 5 jartis in a butth per 22
bunch r
TJy bolt of -inch ll ailk haun and Gros
Grain and Moire nibbon In alt Rood fr
colors for art work and drees trim-
mmga 3c to 5c quality for per yd
100 bolU of C ineh Ml silk llurh Lustre
I Taffeta liibbon In euch colors as light blue
E pink cardinal inais tiolet and an excellent
suae o oiaciiinei noixms ate rirat
ulwavi coM at Me per yard we place A V
them in this aalc at
Vf0 pieces of ITack iehct Iilbon 1
inch wide satin back with woven fC
jsc an cxccediEcly Rood alue at per xl
ard -S
Oie lot of All silk Fancy liibbon confuting
of H bolU which w try suitable for eofa
cushions decorating famy baskets t A C
and other noveltiea for llolidav uses I i
from 10c to 25c qualty for per tard
KiO bolu of 5 inch All lk Satin Taffeta
Hibbon in all the new art shades alo col
ors cry suitable for dr and mil- rr
linerr trimming a quality which is I M
worth 39c per jard for S
Hut floor wet ion K is wlterc ibis department is located
A Special Offering of Qne Grand Item
k a ThankfiEtTinc soUTCnir 57 pccm of 51 00 Imported IrfM Goods for Pfr rard 40c
is a bargain wlnrh l ttaWy of unusual merit tbire are two all wool hctron and
wool Velour Cwd these two Jola came ftniu we uafci cxpeciea inem anu wt are
ior tltankful for liatins a cliance to secure futh prtat alue we lie tlitm in
plain and bkndwl or two lone rolo ings J u hae ctry pportuntty of securing
the materia for a drew at actual lialf of what the cloth u worth renumber
tliat jou get fill Imported Wool Urisj Goods for per jard
loo IIliI fr Improilnic 3Irmn
cJiunctts Avcmic to lie- Arcrptt il
W J Docglass the Engineer of Brldgcc
has forwarded to the District Commis
sioners a schedule of the proposals re
ceived for grading Massachusetts Aienue
frem T Street to the Observatory Circle
The lowest hid Is that of Crcgan Bros
1orrchner for 19 cents a cubic jard
Mr Douglars recommends that this bid
be accepted as he regards It as reason
able and the bidders reliable and compe
In passing upon the matter the Engi
neer Commissioner states that there is
o hearing pending with reference to cer
tain considerations affecting the grading
of the avenue which have been raised
by J J Darlingtan for his clients
Messrs Dulany and Fleming He says
lioweter that the determination of the
nuerttocs raised arc minor matters which
need not affect the acceptance of the
proposal for the grading which he recom
vill auaiv
The many friend of John Blount will be ptasrd
to liarn that he lias rctirtly recovered fr ccu hu
altacL of rheumatlcm Chamberlain Tain Halm
cured bira after the best doctota in the town
where he Urea Moron Ind had failed to rUr
relief The prompt relief from pain which thia
liniment offorda is alcne worth many time its
cut If troubled with rheumatic paina lune
boulder lame back or cUB oiliti gito it a
trial ahd you am certain to be delishtcd with
the prompt cure which it will effo t Vor atie by
Waxy Eiana Wholesale and ftctail All UnijuUtj
IrM Itoiirni aiunt lny TnxcM fir
3IllIliH n Tllu Mrfctii
Mrs Llnnlc M Bourne of 2027 Illllycr
Place has again written to the Commis
sioners relative to the double assessment
against her property In Takoma Iark re
sulting from the lajlng of water main
on both streets upon which the lot abuts
She states that she ha3 recched Informa
tion to the effect that her request for re
lief has been adversely decided She again
states that the tax is oppressive and asks
for a reconsideration
Mrs Bourne encloses to the Commis
sioners a letter from the Attorney for the
District to her suggesting that the equity
of the case would stem to call for a
change of the law relative to corner lots
which would relieve the property until
the connection Is made
Grounds Incd nx it lliorniiKhfare
A report from C B Coleman the Dis
trict Superintendent of Repairs makes
tho fact clear to the Commissioners that
the grounds around the Tenth Freclnct
station bouse are being made a common
thoroughfare by the peoplo living in the
vicinity lie recommends that tho grounds
be eiiclod with a high board fence at a
cost of J107EO chargeable to the appro
priation for repairs to police stations
Tlir neat Prescription for 3Ialnrln
Chills and leier la a bottlo of Groves Tasteless
CliiU Tonic It fa simply iron and quinine In a
ustelcts fcrm o cure no pay Price 00c
A Croolci Inlin xoil Xliorouclifarc
nml Mu tlily In Unit critlivr
T nlej tonn far Sort let
itcoinniiiK it 1iillcc Chmc
Residents of Willow Tree Alley aro
tired of the designation of the thorough
fare on which they lic and have renewed
their request to the District Commission
ers to have the name changed They have
sent In a petition numerously signed ask
ing that the alley be declared a half
street aud that it be Improved as such
Willow Tree Alley runs from B Street
between New Jersey Avenue and First
Stnct with a width of thirt Iive feet
abcut two thirds of the way through the
blotl and continues as a twelve foot
alley to C Street A turn is made of
thlrtj five feet and then another turn
bnng3 the alley out Into C Street A
twenty foot alley runs from this princi
pal alley to C Street
I lie Mis in AUej Inpnted
It appears from reports submitted to tho
Commissioners that the main alley is
unpaved for two thirds of its width on
the B Street side while the other one
third Is paved with asphalt biock The
buildings which close In the alley on Iho
C Street side arc a stable and several
houses facing on C Street
Colonel Biddle tho Engineer Commis
sioner In passing upon the petition
states that he visited the alley during
bad weather and be thinks that the thor
oughfare would be much improved by
being paved He says however that the
case decs not appear to come under the
act of Congress authorizing the Commis
sioners to declare alleys minor streets
for the reason that it is only thirty five
feet wide and the minimum width of a
minor street is forty feet
Colonel Biddle also calls attention to
the fact that the alley does not run
through the block along straight lines He
suggests that the alley might be paved
under the assessment system at a cost
for vitrified brick of 1000 and for gran
ite block r iement of J1000 He says
that the cost of sidewalks and granite
block pavement would be about the same
Car Service to Tenlej toss 11
Citizens residing along the line of the
Georgetown and Tenleytown Street Hall
way continue to express dissatisfaction
witi the service given by the operating
company During the busy hours in the
morning the cars are run on a fifteen
minute schedule and again a little while
in tho evening The rest of the day a
half hour schdule is maintained The
people think they are entitled to a fifteen
minute schedule the day through
The patrons or this line complain of the
long waits in inclement weather and
their wees seem to fall on deaf cars so
far as the ofllecrs of tho road are con
The matter was brought to the atten
tion of the Commissioners a few days ago
by a letter from Ixmls L Hooper He
asked for information as to the schedule
the company is supposed to maintain
A L Thomas an inspector of the En
gineer Department made an investiga
tion and reported the results He states
that the company Is carefully watching
thia line with a viewto giving it tho best
Eervice consistent with rconomical opera
tion He expresses the opinion that the
company is doing as well as It can under
the circumstances Ho recommends that
the complainant be informed in accord
ance with those facts
Such reports have been made before
and jet they do not satisfy the people
along the Tenleytown Bead who have oc
casion to come to the city and are de
la ed in their passage between their home3
and Georgetown
Material for a Clinreli rtoor
The building committee of the E Street
Baptist Church hs had some discussion
with the District Building Department
relative to the construction plans of their
new church building at the corner of
Tenth and N Streets northwest Section
3 of the act of Congress to regulate the
height of buildings In the District pro--v-des
that church buildings shnll be of
fireproof construction up to and Includ
ing the train auditorium floor
The building committee of which
Charles Vercer Is chairman has called
the attention of the Commissioners to
this regulation and has submitted plans
somewhat at variance therewith In con
nection with the church building Is to be
erected a Sunday school house and the
committee desires to be relieved of the
necessity of making the lloor of this
structure of fireproof materials
Col John Biddle the Engineer Com
missioner stes that lie has given the
matter his persoral attention and that
ho agrees with his assistant Captain
Harding who has charge of the Building
Deptrtmcnt that the Sunday tchool house
should be considered a part of the church
and that the floor should bo consiiuctcd
of fireproof material Ho moves that the
committee be informed in accordance with
that view
JNillee IV11M011 Case
Major Sylvestor does not take kindly to
the question of reopening the eases of re
tired policemen with a view to an In
crease of the amount of pension He takes
the ground that when a board of officers
of the Department have passed upon the
case and have recommended the amount
of pension to be given that it sets a bad
precedent to reopen the case and give an
additional amount
A case in point is that of retired private
E A H nintk who recently requested that
he be allowed 3l instead 01 40 a month
pension Ho based his request on the plea
that he had been upon the force eleven
jcirs and that the amount given hlra was
less than that given to others who have
been an equal or less time In the service
lajor Sjlvcstor after stating the vlcvs
above given calls attention to the fact
that during the period of Private Bincks
service he was absent from duty -114 ilajs
an extravagant percentage of losi of time
This record seems to Major Sjlvestor to
indicate that Itinck was retained on the
force after he was debilitated He savs
the man was often employed on light dutj
and that ho did not have -to suffer the
rigors Incident to tho life of a policeman
Coramlsi loner Boss In forwarding the
papers in ti o case to his associates rec
ommended that the applicant bo advised
In accordante with tho report of the
Major and Superintendent of Police
JtvNursos of llarr Inriu
A call was made last month on the of
fice of the Surveyor of tho District to rc
survey tho tract known as tho Barry
Parm In Anacostia D C At that time
the Surveyor stated to the Commissioners
that I1I3 ofllcc force was so busily em
ployed that it was found Impossible to ac
cede to the request without securing out
side help The Surveor accordingly sug
gested a plan for the work In which it
was proposed to employ Messrs Howell
Taylor to undertake the work
Yesterday tho Surveyor Informed the
Commissioners that changed conditions
bad made It possible for his office to take
up the survey Therefore he withdrew
his recommendation of a month ago
which had not been fully acted upon and
suggested that tho work be dono by tho
second assistant with W J litlmer Jr
and tho office force to aid him
The Engineer Commissioner has ap
proved tho recommendations of the Sur
veyor and It Is understood that the
boar J will concur in authorizing the plan
to ho carried out
WffZ If A 1
11 Xll
The man with the crutch never fails to arouse the deepest sympathy and
awaken the tenderest emotions of his more fortunate fellow being The haggard
countenance swollen joints and twisted and deformed limbs tell a pathetic story of
suffering such as Rheumatism alone can inflict Only those who are painfully
and slowly hobbling through life can fully realize what it means to be crutch bound
They feel most keenly their helpless and dependent condition when it dawns upon
them that the are no longer workers but unwilling drones in the busy world
Rheumatism should not be neglected because the pains at first are wander
ing and slight These are only the rumblings of an approaching storm of pains
and aches that may transfer you from a life of activity to the ranks of the crutch
bound cripples
Rheumatism is due to acrid gritty particles being deposited in the joints
muscles and nerves by an impure and too acid blood and the strongest constitutions or mus
cles of iron and nerves of steel can long withstand these corroding poisons They penetrate
to every fibre of the body and no liniment lotion or other external application can reach
and dislodge them
Finally the natural oils are consumed when there
is a creaking grinding noise with every movement of the
limbs the joiiitsbecome locked and immovable the mus
cles wither or contract the nervous system gives way
and the patient becomes a physical wreck and crutch
bound cripple Rubbing with liniments may produce
counter irritation and afford temporary ease but they
cannot reach and destroy these corrosive particles which
are daily forming in the blood
The correct treatment the true cure for Rheu
matism is a remedy that will dissolve and wash out
this inflammatory matter and expel it from the system
and no medicine does this so promptly and thoroughly
as S S S It neutralizes and eliminates from the blood
current all poisonous noxious substances and makes the blood pure and strong again and
as it circulates through the bod all effete matter is gathered up and sent out through the
proper channels This rich new blood cools the feverish throbbing muscles and joints and
refreshes the tired nerves and welcome relief comes to the wretched sufferer
S S S contains no Potash Opium Anodyne or mineral of any description but is a
Guaranteed Purely Vegetable Compound The strong minerals that are usually prescribed
Helpless From Rheumatism
Xwas terribly afflicted with Ehoumatisra
for eich teen months and during- my slok
nes tried tho okillof many food physicians
all cf whom pronounced my caso hopeless
I too for a year In such a helpless condi
tion that I was nnablo to dress orbed my
self I had filled at different times fifty
two prescriptions suecested by friands
none of them triTini mo any relief I final
ly decided to try S S S and took tho first
doso whilo hobbllnc about on crutches
After taking two bottleo I found to much
relief I was able to relinquish tho uia of
one crutch and a faithful continuance
of ths medicine relieved ma of the other
crutch and shortly afterward enabled ms
to co to my work at which I liavo beea ever
discs I have had no return of any uymp
toms of Rheumatism although this was
seven years ago yours very truly
2135 K Sonate Ave IndianapoUs Ind
in Rheumatic cases act very injuriously upon the lining
of the stomach causing inflammation and a most dis
tressing form of dyspepsia
S S S not only purifies the blood but at the same
time invigorates and tones up the whole system increases
the appetite strengthens the digestion and restores the
rheumatic sufferer to sound health again
Send for our special book on Rheumatism which is free to all who desire it Write
our physicians about your case and they will cheerfully furnish any information or advice
wanted free of cost THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga
Zht lOnSfrinflton imt
Weather ladicatiuii
Fair and continued cold today and to
morrow fresh northerly winds
Highest temperature 4 n m 44
Lowest temperature 10 p m 22
Fun xosc6 53 A SL 3un sets441T M
Moon rises Moon sets641 P M
High tide S37 AM and 300 P M
Low tide 248 A 31 and 2S3 PM
Lamps lit today 518 P M
Lamps out tomorrow C04 A M
National Bertha Galland in Forest
Lovers evening
Columbia 3Ilss Bob White evening
Chases Polite vaudeville afternoon
and evening
Lafayette Puddnhead Wilson after
noon and evening
Academy Lost Ricr evening
Kernans Tho Bowery Burlcsquers
afternoon and evening
Bijou Burlcsquo and vaudeville after
noon and evening
Racing at Denning track beginning at
2 p m
JVIarrlitKC lIeeiineM Iumucii
Marriage licenses were Issued jester
day to Marcellus Jenkins Anacostia D
C and Edmona Strather Silver Hill Md
Timothy J Gulney and Mary C Cojlc
Herbert R Price and Margaret C Daw
son Lucius Temple and Melissa Wilson
both of Highland County Va Robert
Dregen and Margaret A Pool Howard
Bojd and Mary V Stewart William B
Price and Irene E Payne Alexander P
Bacon and Llllie M DIttrlch John W
Birch and Maude Miller Robert Smith
and Alice Charles William T Dcvcrs and
Emma High Harry II Buell and Jennie
E Dunn William Dexter Fales Chcnca
111 and Ella Boy House District of Co
lumbia Charles La Ports and Nannie
Zeller David I Dlgglns and Margaret U
Coleman Edward Langford and Carrie
Adams Charles II White and Sadio Dor
sey Eugene Minor and Virgle Harris
Charles L Glover and Marianna II Bou
tclle William D Rich Westmoreland
County Va and Bessie Tinslcy Am
herst Va John Noble Hoover jr and
Mary E Scliofield Wilbur Thomas and
Sadio Armstcad John E Clements and
Marie R Herbert Francis M Garretson
New York City and Roumania Fontlnetto
Upham James W Thomas Newark N J
and Frances Shepherd District of Colum
The Di istli Itrrunl
The following deaths for twenty four
hours were reported at the Health De
partment up to noon jestcrdaj Peter
Fox eighty eight jears Henry Hooter
seventy one jears Honora ODca sixty
nine vears Edward Hall sixty jears
William Gwin nfty seven years Rachael
I Briscoe ilfty six jears I Johnson
liftj -three years Phoebe Brown forty-
imoos Roonesfei
At 50c on the Doliar
An all eclipsing event The greatest opportunity to buy
your fall and winter clothing at less than manufacturers prices
liens Suits
7i0 liens Suits 325
10 Mens Suits 475
12 Mens Suits 500
15 Mens Suits 725
L0 Mens Suits 975
25 Mens Suits 2350
klens Pants
200 Mens Pants t 10
300 Mens Pants 140
500 Mens Pants 289
700 Mens Pants 340
Mens Overcoats
Mens Silk lined Yoke Melton
Overcoats strap seams 52
Mens Chinchilla Bike
Coats 200
Mens Jersey Coats 298
S Overcoats 400
12 Mens Overcoats 550
20 Mens Yoke Over
coats 975
30 Mens Yoke Over
coats 1450
Ages 4 to H years
2 Cassimere Suits for 3 29
3 Cassimere Suits for L40
5 Cassimere Suits for 2 40
Childrens Reefers 139
Children s Reefers 250
Childrens Yoke Over
coats in Oxford greys
for 350
Liens Suits
Ages 14 to 20 years
5 Young Mens Suits 265
0 Young Mens Suits 350
10 Young Mens Suits489
12 Young Mens Suits555
Mens Cardigan Worsted
Jackets in blue tan
Corner S3inth and E Streets
nine jears James Downey forty four
years Annie Jackson years
William AValker thirty seven years Mary
Colbert Matthews thirty seven jears
Jeremiah P Baldwin thirty seven years
Thomas C Pcddicord thirty tle years
Eugene Lewis twenty two years Essie
Davis ono year Herbert Fields fojr
months Charles II Riley two jears Ed
win F Lemon one day Arthur Boulden
one day
A Gns riUInu Mill Allosved
Charles B Ball the Irspector of Plumb
ing recently after going over the matter
In some detail forwarded to tho Engaeer
Commissioner a recommendation that the
gas piping for the new manual tr Ining
school building be allowed as doue by
the contractor at a cost of 40 The pip
ing in question was for furnishing the
outlets for the phjslcai laboratory
The Universal Tobacco Co begs to call the attention of gentlemen to their high
class Cigarettes which they ate just placing in the best Stores in Washington
Pal Mall
Cork Tips
25c tKe box
20c ike box
All high class of different blends and
HOc tKe box
A Sideboard for
Thanksgiving Day
Cash or Credit
578 01 Passive Oak Sideboard
Ji0oJ worth J35
531 Cft for very large and hand
JJU some Oak Sideboard worth
1 71 f fln Oak Sideboard worth
ttlJ oOO
Mayer Pettit
415 417 Seventh St
1477 909 Pa Ave Northwest
Thanksgiving Day is here and you
may need a Carving Set We can
I supply your wants in this line from
the most complete stock
Carving Knife and Fork
85c and Up
NO ue spending money
for Coal for heating
the house when a G S
IIEATEE will do the trorlc
quicker cleaner and cheap
er We hare just the GAS
HEATER that will pleae
you and at a ver low
1424 Now York Avenuo
FJ 7 UI1
New River Red Ash
Egg Coal
Try It
702 Eleventh Street N W
6th and KSts
13th and OSts
Cheartr than anvbodr because you pay
cash We want your trade Anthracite v
J550 delivered Ask j
107 G Street northwest
Taone 333 and S3
New York Bdfot
405 IQla St N W
Heurlchs Maerzen and Senato Beers
Evans Hudson Ale and Porter Bass
Cos Ale on draught All the pop
ular brands of Whiskies and Liquors
guaranteed as represented No lleflll
inc of Bottles
S350 Upright
Piano - - -
HC ft nil ANN
Complete llomefurnlsben
IO1 000 Seventh St
Corner I Eje St-
Phone East 254 5Stata51
f Rnor Co tamouj Cold n Hop Beer for
iUr UH1 jj Delivered in unktteredwajcEJ
S piccc Canlnj Sct knife
and lork guaranteed steel
JOHN B PSPFVlioioPaftvo
r m All the newest ana svoit
KPffPlH attractive styles in mens
Va shoes Bucks tsns
s w ent learner tquii to tnr
Shoes hoe s25o
043 rennsylranla Arenac
Washington Paris
Among the Interesting exhibits
at the late ram Exposition was a
fine ltujay of Koncic Mr Cushion
Truces 0f sit Undj supporters
and varioia appliances for men
women and children from 122t
r St N tt wMch took the high
est awird over all competitors
American and foreign The Korick
Air Cushion Trus Com pan t leads
the world Two weeks trial Two
yean guarantee Catalogue and
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