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PLANS SUBMITTED
FOR NEW HOSPITAL
Philadelphia and Boston
Architects Successful in
Preliminary Bids
MANY DRAWINGS PRESENTED
Sslection Made by Advisory Architect
and Committee on Kent Alone Com
missioners Allowed to Modify Plans
Whenever Desirable
A rommlttec composed of Col Jclin Dll
dlo the Engineer Commissioner Cnpt
Ciusttr HardlnR assistant to the Ensi
ueer Commissioner Dr William C
Woodward the Health Oaiccr and Mr
Edmund Wheelwright professional ad
User of the Commissioners jestcrlaj
opened the cmclopcs containing the
names of architects competing upon the
jireliminarj plans proposed for the pro
posed municipal hospital
Scleral dajs ago the plans Kuomittod
by the competing architects had been
carefully examined bj Mr Wheelwright
and the committee and fie sets of the
thirt -eight drawings submitted haj been
selected as the best
Seection on Merit
The selection was made by the adisory
architect and the committee without any
one of them Knowing who were to be the
successful competitors The selection
was solelj upon th2 merit of the designs
submitted
When the en elopes were opened 503
terday It was found that the architects
whose plans had been successful were as
follovs
Trank Miles Da Brother 91 Chest
nut Street Philadelphia Pa
Herbert D Hale and George IJ de Gers
dorfi V Exchange Street Boston Mis
Sherley Itutan A Coolidge Ames Build
ing Boston Mas
First liororrble mention Chase Ames
Boston Mass Leon E Dcssez associate
Vashington D C
Second honorable mention Washington
Hull 16 East Twenty third Street New
York city
The preliminary plans were received ac
cording to the programme of competition
arranged by the Commissioners several
months ago The architects competing
fubmittrd sketch drawings of the Luild
ings and plans cf the Interiors It was
announced in the programme of compe
tition that the three Lest plans wojld bo
selected from the hole number presented
the authors of which would be pTMitttd
to enter a flnal competition on more de
tailed plans cf the administration build
ing and the other structures
Each to Receive icoo
In the final competition the architect
submitting the successful plan will Le
appointed the architect of the Luilding
and each of th3 ether competitors will
rccclvcJlCtC the plans submitted becom
ing the propcrtj of the District
The Commissioners ill be at liberty
to modif ths plans of the saccessf Jl com
petitor by an features of in plans of
the other two that are thought to be de
Eirablc
The Commissioners the consulting ar
chitect and the Beard of Charities will
hold a meeting tomorrow to settle the
minor details cf the final competition
Those Who Competed
Olhcr competitors were A W Long
fellow Boston C C Zanuinser Philadel
phia George Birpban an Lindley John
son lmladelphla EUicott Emmart
Baltimore C A Didden Son and 0car
C Voght Washington William B Nlbbcj
Brother Now Yorl Trank Edson Per
kins New York Edward P Casey Xev
York Arthur Dillon New York Wyatt
Nolting Baltimore B Stanley Sim
mons Washington William L Woolett
Albany Seymojr and Paul A La- Is Sd
Philadelphia Palmer Hornboscl and
Stephens Haskell Ne York Brown
Brown Nashville Lord Hewlett New
York C B Keferstein Washington Nor
man Woodman Harris Philadelphia
G W W D Hewitt Benjamin H Ste
vens and P E Paiste Philadelphia T
M Clark Boston Glenn Brown Wash
ington Copeland Dole New York Ap
pleton P Clark Washington George C
Haskell Washington G O Totten Jr
Washington It Clipston SturgU and
George E Barton Boston O VonNcrta
Washington Theodore W Peck and
Thomas J I Tuller Washington George
Keller Hartford Boring Tilton New
York William Atkinson Boston Parker
Thomas Boston
HEALTH OFFICE REPORTS
DEATHS
The following deaths for twenty four
hours were reported to the Health De
partment up to noon csterdaj
Mary Gilbert secnty fie cars
Kate II Djer sixty seicn years
Samuel Ballej slxtj sis jeans
Lussana A Kclsey sixty fit c jcars
Ueuben Nelson fifty four jcars
John Hansborough fifty jcars
John Tajler jcars
Mrs Ellen Duff forty seven jcars
Mary J Johnson fort j -four year
Margaret Sidney Baumer forty jears
Gertrude Handy twenty nine jcars
Lena Hill twenty eight jears
Thomas N Chick twenty three jcars
Lizzie Samuels twenty jcars
Mildred E Itcse one ear
Willie Straw thers ten months
Willie Hall eight months
Mary A Payntcr six months
How land 1crguson two months
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FAVOKiYE
fIPrffIM
FOR WEAK WOMEN
The DHit tlut lirUans
iwy icconiincnd
TLc nrK that nourUlics
and btrtngtliciu
The nnrn jouii tii
oijcldy enjoy 12 quarts
delivered in unlet cctl
wajona fcr 81
Wash Brewing Co
4lii F Sf3 HE
Phone East 254
ALIMONY REQUEST DENIED
Divorce Case of Mrs Donovan Ad
judicated at Once
The petition of Mrs Catherine T Don
oan asking for alimonv djring the pend
ente of her suit against her husband
William J Donoian for scpante sup
lort and maintenance was denied by
Justice Ilagncr presiding in Circuit Court
No 1
Mrs Donoon claims that on account of
lor husbands treatment of her le was
compelled to Ieaic him She also declares
that her husaind is conducting a lucra
tive business and should be compelled to
paj her counsel fees and alimonj during
the l lidcncy of the proceedings
A ni mber of affidavits were filed in
connection with the rase
After hearing the affidavits Justice Hag
ner decided it would to best not to pass
an order commanding the pajment cf ali
nony end counsel fees He therefore or
dered that testimony be taken bearing on
the question at issue The matter will
then be submitted to the court for final
decision
WASHINMOH REAL
ESTATE EXCHANGE
New Organization Makes Us
Bow to Business
Prominent Citizens Attend Gathering-
Formal Opening a Most Suc
cessful One
The formal opening of the Washington
Heal Estate Exchange was held in the
rooms cf the organization 1314 V Street
northwest jestcrdaj afternoon The af
fair vvud largely attended by prominent
real estate men brokers and bankers
There were about seventj flve members
picsent at the meeting The opening be
gan at 11 CO oclock and adjourned at 2
oclock Several of the most prominent
members of the exchange made short ad
dresses and every one was welcome At
the conclusion of the speeebmaking a buf
fet lunch was served The lunch was a
most enjoyable cue
Vue Washington Heal Estate Exchan i
Is practically a new organization in this
cits having been formed several months
ago by a dozen or more of the citys most
prominent bankers and brokers Hooras
were engaged at 1314 F Street and ele
gantly fitted up bj the members Yestcr
dajs opening was the first formal affair
1 eld under the auspices of the new or-
i ganization Several business meetings
I will be held In the near future and the
organization bds fair to be a grand suc
cess
Guests Present
Aniens those present at the opening
were the following members
Jesse L Hciskell president William
Crccran Hill C J Bell James r Hood
George W T Snartzell Col R G Ruth
erford vice presidents Upton Ridenour
jr C G Sloan Jaj C Howell Watson
J Newton Lee D Latimer T Conrad
Dodge I- S Lirscomb J M Knott Ralph
W Lre William S Minnix John I Paret
K W Rhcvcs William X Stevens Charles
Shields P J Walsh William H West
Messrs Wine i Wine James II Taylor
Thomas J Oven Charles E Banes W
Burdette R C Booth W A Brovn
A T Couinbe Warren Chcatc John C
Davidson William G Dunne William K
Ellis John E Mitchell sccrctarj James
M York Henry Wells William Eas
toidaj Charles M Forrest Herbert
Gill John E McLoran George II Hill
T A Harding Willliia R Hodges Will
lam Thompson Harris E Ledge Hill and
F I Sutor
The Only Feminine Member
Miss Grace M Thomas the only woman
member of the exchange was unable to
attend the opening but sent her regrets
and also a vcrv beautiful plant which
graced the centre of the banquet tabic
125 To Baltimore and Re- 125
turn ia Pennsylvania Railroad
lukcts on Fale aid uniji March 1
and 2 Rood 10 Mturn until Monciat XUnh 3
1 trains nccpt the CciiRTevlonal Limited
THE TIMES WASHINGTON FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 1902
WEATHER INDICATIONS
Rain todav Tomorrow fair and not so
warm brisk to high southeasterly winds
today becoming westerly tomorrow
TEMPEItATUHE
Highes temperature 1pm
Lowest temi erature 1 a m
THE SUN AND THE MOON
Suu rose 633 A M Sun sets 5 51 P M
Moon rises 11 10 P M Moon sets
THE TIDE TABLE
Low tide 12 02 A I and 11 3D A
High tide C 11 A M and CEO P
STREET LIGHTING
Lamus lit today 1
101
Lamps out tomorrow 5 12 A
AMUSEMENTS
National Ethel Darrjmore in Captain
Jinks of the Horse Marines evening
Columbia Old Homestead ccniiig
lTfavette Tedora evening
Academv Ward and Vokes evening
Kernans Nev City Club Burlcs
qucrs afternoon and evening
Bijou Burlesque and Vaudeville after
noon and evening
Chases Polite Vaudeville afternoon
and evenin
TEMPER TUHES IN OTHER CITIES
Rain
Mix Min S p m fall
Atlantic City 46 40 40
Atlanta Ga CS 4G fO 3 04
Bismarck N D 31 2fi 20 00
Boston Mass 52 40 40
Buffalo N Y 50 34 48
Chicago 14 30 33 OS
Cincinnati 51 42 4S T
Chejenue Wjo 3S 28 2S 01
Davenport Iowa 4G 3S 4C 52
Dcnvei Colo 40 34 40
Des Moines Idwa 40 3S 3S 24
Galveston Texas 72 5S CS
Helena Mont 44 34 40
Inoiarapols Ind 54 42 4S 02
Jacksonville ITa 72 48 S T
Kansas Citv Mo 44 40 40 30
Little Hock Ark CO 42 50 Hi
Marquette Mich 40 30 10
Memphis Tenn CO 52 52 2S
New Orleans La 70 58 C4 04
New York N Y 52 3S 4S
Norh Platte Neb 52 30 3S T
Omaha Neb 50 30 38 T
Pittsburg Pa 58 3S 50 02
Salt Lake Utah 42 34 40
St Louis Mo 50 46 54 10
St Paul Minn 44 30 36 04
Springfield 111 50 40 48 22
Vicksburg Miss 70 SS 00 01
NEW ENDLESS CHAIN SCHEME
Parents of Missing Child Offer Reward
for Information
Tho parents of Trank Ely Rogers the
fourtccn j ear old boy who disappeared
from his home 713 HInman Avenue
Evactcn Ind July 13 1901 with his aunt
MUs Florence A Elj and who has not
been beerd of since have forwarded to
the local police another circular asking
help for a heart broken father and
mother in their effort to find their loved
ores
The letter was sent with the purpose of
starting an endless chain requesting that
three duplicates of it be made and sent
to friends of the person Into whose hands
the circular may fall
The circular states that a large reward
will be given fcr Information as to the
vt rcabouts cf the missing persons
DENIED CUSTODY OF CHILD
Justice Hagner Refuses Petition of Mr
Albert L Lawrence
In the case of Albert L Lawrence
against Annie Bell Lawrence for divorce
Justice Ilagncr yesterday signed an order
denjlng the petition of Mr Lawrence ask
ing for the custody of the child of the
couple
The proceedings for divorce were filed
on Tebruarj 14 In November last Mr
Lawrence filJ suit for divorce from his
vife but upen their agreeing on articles
of separation the proceedings were
mssed
Will of William Brown
By the terms cf his will William Brown
leaves to his daughter Mary E Squires
all his personal estate with the excep
tion of J1003 To Mary E Perrj a niece
is left part of original lot 120 12i in
square No 12 The remainder of the es
tate is left in trust to George W Lln
kins and George II to pay the
proceeds quarterly to Mary II Squires
during her lifetime
S125 to Baltimore and Return Via B
0 R R
Satunlav and siniay March 1 2 valid rcturnm
until fclloain Mondjj intlitsivc Coud on all
trallu xeept Hojal Limited
NurfuIU v AiiKliriKt Ste imitioilt Co
Delightful trips dailj at 0 30 n in trom foot
7th st to 01 1 oint Comfort Norfolk irglliia
bcich and rvewiort Niu He ad page 0
Bafla lJJarEaraCTera
RUMMAGE SHOE SALE
Closes Friday Evening
At oui SeHiiUi Strtct Ploii we sluill oHii to
day the Iciiiuiiiiii ihs of Unmak heii Shoes
oft style- nil defective Shoes aeeiniiulated during
ihe Uar at a ineie soil but y 011 miiM come jour
self as we cannot guarantee sizes
At all Stoic- we shall liau an unusually at
tiaitne display of Eud nf Season lai gains in InoUen
sizes of excellent wearing and up to date Shoes
RUMMAGE SALE BARGAINS at 7lisrcet Store Only
Men women and childrens rub
bers infants shoes and 1 fC
women s legijlns at
Womens and childrens mis
matched and defective shoes wo
mens and childrens defective
house and evening blip- 9IJC
pcrs
Womens S2
to S3C0 Shoes
145
J300 high cut Mask and tan
storm boots broken tizes
250 extension sole and heel
patent leather Loots nearly all
sizes
100 winter weight tan Itussia
calf boots broken sizes
39C
Childrens spring heel kid
laced and button sizes 4 to
8 only
Womens and childrens and bojs
off style lines mismatched fTfC
lace and Oxford ties J
Mens and Ladies defective
Boots narrow width Shoes
rmall sizes Shoes and Ox- J5C
lords
AT ALL THREE STORES
Mens 2 50
to 350 Shoes
187
Student toe J3E0 patent leather
hand made lace shoes nearly all
sizes
J2I0 double sole enamel shoes
not all sizes
f 3 GO Leather lined Cordovan
double sole shoes sizes C to 7
95C
Win Hahn Cos
Three Reliable Shoe Houses
Bojs and girls Iron clad
shoes kid calf and patent
leather all sizes
Cor 7h and K
1914 1916 Penn Ave
233 Penn Ave S G
S KANN SONS CO
i
per pair
41 pairs of womens 2 50 enamel
lace times extension soles dull kid
tops all sizes we close thesetl C
at per pair IUJ
broken ioM for 10 00 rem
nant price
S698
3 dinner mis fine Kngllsh porce
lafn eitrs to sugar bowl anil but
ter dMi broken sold for 0 Crt
12 DO- piieo OJV
C quadruple plated Chocolate
ers slightly blopworn bold tl 1Q
for 2 00 rcrarant price
-1
S KANN SONS CO
The Busy Corner
2 bales of 27 Inch Hrown Muslin
heavy in lengths from 1 1 7C
to 10 yds in remnants per j d
2000 jards of Shirting Prints regu
lar percale styles strictly fast color
in assorted lengths in QC
nants per jard
1C00 yards for Seersucker Ginghams
all desirable spring patterns in
remnants per yard
jard
Another Big
Offering of
3
1 bale of jard wide fine Unbleached
Muslin In lengths from 1 to 10 ixC
jds in remnants per yd S
3 cases of Gibraltar Tercale 30
Indies wide the assortment Is un
limited as to patteTiis and colorings
from 2 to 12 yds In each pat- CiC
tern In remnants t
l20u vds of Cretonno Drapery made
by the Hamilton Mills showing ex
quisite display of new- lioral designs
medium and dark grounds in CZ
remnants e2
300 vds of extra quality fine whit1
Sheer India Llnon all good T2C
lengths in remrants per jd vtt
13 000 jds of new- ltwns and Dim
ities every pattern stjie effect and
colorings which Is made for the com
ing sepson shown In this 7jC
plaj in remnants per jd -
1 000 jds of fine white checked Nain
sook and Corded Dimities very desir
able for aprons and childrens OJiC
dresses in remnants per jd 04
2 cases of fine Ilatfste Lawns com
prising all the newest stjies and pat
terns as well as colorings in light
and daik grounds and neat mourn
ing effects in remnants per 03C
jard 0
2 cases of genuine Hates Seersucker
Gingham la all the new spring and
summer patterns plain shades as well
as fancy stjlcs in remnants per Q2C
o t
Se
99
Always the Best of Everything for the Least Money
The Same Old Story Revised
Remnant Day Today
They ay a good story bears repeating but honest facts are preferable
where money piavs the leading part Our usual Iriday remnant day is always
looked forward to as a day of extra saving because odds and ends broken lots
are doomed to be sacrificed Therefore those that niako Friday one of their
special shopping dajs nlwajs reap the benefits of big leductions
Some of the Best Things in This Remnant Offering Are
Brought Forward from Our Upholstery Department
IjO jds of onc vard wide extra heavy cocoa matting In lengths from ICC
1 to 10 yds the regular selling price ofthese goods Is 3Jc offered at J
173 ids of lA jii wide heavy cocoa matting In plain and red stripes
lengths from 1 to 7 yds the regular price of these goods is 00c per jd OCT
offered at tJ
200 vds of 3G In Northwestern sanitary grass matting in lengths from 1 QC
1 to 10 ds the regular price per yd 39c offered at
300 ids of perfect heavy floor oil cloth In all widths in lengths from ICC
1 to 3Vs jds regular price 35c per sq vd offered at U
100 ive ft high three fold oak screens filled In with silkolinc C0C
lar price 5Sc offered at JJ
75 pairs of whlto Swiss muslin milled curtains edged with lace full COC
length and width worth 100 per pair offered at J J
10O pairs of slightly imperfect white Nottingham lace curtains 2 7CT
Jds long regular price 130 per pair ofTercd nf I J
375 yds of 27 Inch Japanese gold cloth drapery offered at per EC
id J
Third floor uphoMery dept
A Grand Feature of
Special Remnant Values
Is brought forth from our suit departmen
4 light tan Kersey Long Garments
fine quality which we tin Oft
ally sold for 35 offered for IUUU
1 black All wool Long Garment
size 3G which actually sold for t7 CO
20 is going to be offered for J
4 Fancy Dotted Swiss Shirt waist
Suits which actually sold for CI CQ
J3 50 will be offered for JIUJ
C fine All silk Taffeta Skirts which
actually sold for 10 50 will tin QO
be offered at JIUJO
3 White Organdy Dresses fine cjual
ity beautifully made which actually
sold for 15 will be offered 7 Cfl
for
t it is going to be so in this wise
1 fine Velvet Costume beautifully
trimmed made with extra drop silk
skirt size 31 which actually
sold for 75 will be offered COy CO
1 long red Opera Cape silk lined
and fur trimmed which actually
sold for 15 will be offered JT1 flfl
4 fine Tailor made Walking Suits
made of daik oxford grey cloth which
actually sold for 2250 will tl C nfj
be offered at IJUU
1 Hudson Day Sablo Neck Scarf
which actually sold for 30 tlC fin
will be offered at
Second floor Suit Department
Another Rousing
Reception of
MILL ENDS
New- fancy embroidered and dotted
Swisses fine Datistc and Corded
Lawn quite a roster of good and de
sirable patterns also plain light blue
pink tan mode lavender old rose
and linen colors In remnants per QJC
yard J2
New Chambray and Madra3 both
klnJs with mercerized sheen effect
plain colors as well as stripes 1 7xC
In remnants It2
800 jards of extra fine quality sheer
India Linen 32 inches wide has the
aprearance of fiLe quality or- 1 TJC
in remnama 2
3000 jards Foulardincs and Pongee
Foulards the latest stjlcs and showy
colorings this cloth is very
much like silk- goods in 1 Cf
nants
1200 yards of Satin striped Organ
dies in a beautiful line of plain col
orings Just the thing for evening
wear full dress lengths in ICC
remnants 1 J
1000 yards of new- Mercerized Chev
iot In plain colors as well as fancy
stjies verj desirable for waists 1 fiC
and skirts in remnants
1200 jards of new Silk Ginghams In
stripes checks plaids and farcy
stjies as well as plain shades imita
tion Satin Libei to and Albcrte Print
ed Sateen embroidered crepons Mous
sclines and Silk Mull this Is an ag
gregation of wash beauties which we
doubt 5011 will be able to see la 7QC
whole pieces choice per jard
We shall also Includo two more
cases of jard wide fine Bleached
Mulin remnants such as Wamsutta
Dwlght Anchor New York Mill and
Fruit of the Loom each customer is
entitled to ten j ards at per JlzC
jard 48
Hemnant Depai tmert Third floor
Silk Remnants
Last Fridays severe storm somewhat Interfered with tho sale of these
goods Therefore the of different ends from this weeks regular
stock in connection with the carried over ones vie give jou the best and
largest selection we have made for some time past
At least IeOO jards of plain all silk pongee 21 inches -wide in colors of
navj mais Nile French blue cardinal and orange which we shall 7nr
offer in remnants at Cj
Also 13C0 jards of other silk remnants representing black and colored
taffetas satin duchesse colored crjstal black jacquard black grenadine fa
conne taffetas anil a host of other good and desirable weaves will be of
fered at about half of their actual worth
First floor Center bargain tables
usy
S
Leaves us with a lot of broken sizes which we shall deal out to jou at these
reductions
22 pilrs of womens 1 00 guaranteed
fine box enamel shoes both lace and
button hand sewed welts of course
the sizes are broken therefore tl 1C
thej are reduced to
47 pairs of womens 2 00 guaranteed
vicl kid skin shoes in lace and but
tonlight flexible and heavy exten
sion holes also broken sizes t JC
therefore reduced to ltj
2S pairs of childrens 1 00 patent
leather shoes We give jou these
in sizes up to No S There aro both
kid and cloth topb reduced to CCT
1 lot of womens JI VI Hit nn
mullets hand sewed soles very light
and casj three stjlcs of tee ncr
these we shall sacrifice to
JJ
1 lot 1 f womens 123 house slip
pers oper i toed and one strap sandal-
white kbl lined medium low QTT
heel and turned sole to close at
39 pairs of childrens 130 guaran
teed patent leather and enamel lace
shoes the new- low- heel dull kid
top made on good easy lasts nrfj
remnants price J J
2fi pairs of womens 30c quality
black overgaiters remnants 1 QT
price IJ
100 cases of womens storm 7QC
rubbers all sizes per pair
Second floor shoe parlor
Hoosefurnishing Odds and Ends
24 ilceorated vasli pitchers from
liroktn toilet Fts ail difftrent COC
Kinds remnant price J J
10 decorated wash basins In assort
ed pattern also from broken CQC
it ts remnant priee J J
20 decorated soup lies with
coders which told for iUc OCC
remnant price J
C slop jars hlRhly decorated
hlihtly damiBcd which told for CflC
J2 00 remnant price J
1 dinner Eet purple decorations
finished with toM lines C pieces
1 Siher Trult Casket quadruple
plated frame with real llohemiar
glass dish sold for 3 00 f 1 1 6
remnant price iIO
2 quadruple plitcd Lamps with Im
ported china globe sold for CI tZ
3 00 remnant price IJJ
2 quadruple plated Pans and Scriip
crs which sold for 3 00 tj QS
riant price IJJ
15 white odd wash basins 1 0f
which sold for jflc remnant prico I J
10 Clothes Haskets slightly shop
worn which told for Soc 1 QC
Bant price J
12 AVirc Knife and Tori Bas
kets which sold for 10c remnant
price
3G Cans of Household Paint
which sold for Ic remnant price
2 for
20 Wire Potato Mashers eold
for Cc remnant price
Third floor Houscfurnishing Dcpt
3C
2c
GAS
H A little forethousht will con- H
p vincc jou that Gas Heaters JJ
are the easiest cleanest and
j most economical means of f
p heating They heat fruickly
anil well Caa Heaters of every J
Mnd are here and at the low
F est prices too p
S GAS S
Appliance Exchange
1424 New York Ave
Aman is judged by his linen
Good Printing Gitm tone to your busi
ness OUIt IMNTiNC TALKs let it
talk for you Iloth our workmanship and
price- will compare with any Send for
estimate on trial order rhone E 1C3 M
Thos D Evans Co 629 La Ave
The Only Successful
ncmctly in the world for Bunions and Corns
Trv them when breaking in new thocs Slops
pain instantly Cures where all others fail
All Druggists end
J J GEORGES SON
1115 Pennsylvania AvcnuoN W
Chiropody and Manicuring
Phone Main 2S1S 2
ASBESTOS CEMENT
Fireproof Inr C wring 11 jh1 nnl Hollers
Ela for Roofing Car et Lining
Tar Pitches and Coal Tar Product
E B WARREN CO
27th and H Sts NW
Phone West SO
Of CIJ
REGENT
SHOES OZiJU
I The nobbiest and neatest Mens Shoes Blacia
tans ana pattni Jeaiuer equal w any
tnoe maue
943 Pa Ave
LOEFFLERS
HOME MADE
Sausage
lor Sale In All Markets
TAU MO C12TIK 3IAKKET
VEGETARIAN DINING ROOMS
TIO 13tU t 3 IV
IIATTIK CKKKK AMTARIU3l
Health Foodrf ttfll cooked served cr
ilelivf rrd Hest 20c Lunch
Phone Jialn 219
m
ANHSr
fcATti
1 Prle RIS Roaft
15c lb
G rVi R3ANft
StaiU 50C 513 5IG 517 Center Market
Tbone JI llSo 3
SK3gI2Sb
THE MOST PRECIOUS THING
ou imF is lourt lfsicht
Then why neglect jour eyes when you can
hae them ciamlned scicntiScally
UtfcE
bv k cnvnr VTFD opticlv
At HENRY ANSLEYS
HstaUUicd 1K0
IS7 Pennsylvania Avenue X W
ii
The
1
Painless
Dentist
DR C CLYDE SHADE
Cor 13th and G
lstllilUheil
m BARGAIN
If tou are for lliem you Till finJ
omc thing special in second hand Square Lp
r ip lit and rain Piamo in our wartroonia
Ileae call and examine our stock and get
prices and terms
JOHN F ELLIS GO
937 PA AVE
TllopllOHP 1 ilS
SOZODQNT Tooth Powder 25c
Go oil for Had Tcetli
Not Itail for Good Tertli
Dcnt
put off until to-
n orrow the repairing or
your watch The quicker you get
CALLBSHER
to Ct it richt the better
you mil Lc satis
fied SI for new
mainspring
U17 lu Alt- w
Sewing Machines
Of any make repaired ami
warranted for 109
OPPEWHEifERS
Cll Ctb st nw
Drop postal and will call
Tclcrlone 131S 5
KMrn and uxorniov tlcatixc from
lc lAUU UP
WR HAVE THE AGENCY
vol Tin VAtioiN
R0T0QRAPH BROMIDE PAPER
Nut in tliei Trust
FAMD J K BISHOP ART CO
en lira iT x
The Largest and Most
Complete Stock ot Iron and
Brass Beds in the City
O QK for White Enameled Brass
J J J Trimmed Ded worth 4 30
A 01 for handsome Vhite Enameled
tJj Be heaily trimmed with
brass worth JSC0
Cash or Credit
MAYER PETTIT
415 417 7th Street
KNABE PIANOS
Bargains In new and used Instru
ments ot various makes Sola
agents for the
Aeolian and Pianola I
7 PIANOS RENTED
fWmlnabeCoi
1209 Penna Ave
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EYEGLASSES SPECTACLES
PRICES THAT TALK
Cnc ralr claMca to see both far and
near Special pnee 1 SO
COLD FILLED Ejegljsses warranted for
10 years Sl M
Solid Cold Class 300
Finest ground crystal lenses in aluminum
frames fl01
A tAUM Jowelor
Hi IHII1I Opticia
935 F St
JI I the
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A In Kitchen Range
Youll pet more satisfaction and nnter
ially reduce the Coal P dl by Jsinj Zeha
Uhlte Asli Coal in the kitchen range
Ton of Vz pea and Ftoej QQ
Win J Zeh E
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an I K St W
14th ht W
The Place for Flowers
OTTO BAUER
CW h
Wl rhW7l9 14th St NW
5irSi Get G st and Xew York arc
W Telephone Main 27U
ArtUtlc Floral Decorations at moderate prices
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FORERiOST PRINTERS
Were established our reputation as
lngtons Fcrerro t Printers by dome quick
aciu ate artistic v orfc Ak for estimates
Koci bottom prices
AlcOILL WALLACE rit
KblUrATlOV BUILT UN JUALirT
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tfellhtfally tclf mel
low his5icy allllea i
rrefcjr fcr my trade
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SI full ot
Edward J Qunn 604 Pa A12
- Trusses Less Km Cos
JL full stock of rremlum Truces and Ejpport
er which took hfgheai avard at late Paris Ex
position a tnlle Miled by hindlfs but gocd aa
new which well sill below cost Alt klndj ot
trusea for men woiien ard children for one t9
three dollars nit the celebrated air pad Sp
clil department for ladiea
The Rorick Air Cushion Truss Co
1224 F SI H W Sesond Flojr
NE CENT A FOOT
for Heat I elt Weather Strips
JOHH B ESPEY 1010 Pa Aw
Complete llomelirriiliher
W1 0C3 ScYtnth Bt
Corner X Eft 6L
Dr ICiimcrs SWAMP ROOT
Is not rccoirmcnded for ererrthlng but It yoa
tare kidnc liver or bladder trouble it twII ba
found iust the rcmcJ jxu need Sold by dru2
gisti tTcrywhcre In Cfty cent and dollar size
Vcu may have a cample hcttle of thU greai kid
ney remedy sent free ly mall elso a pamphlet
telling all about Swamp Hoot and ta Great cure
XCiraa Dr Kilmer Co EinznanitOD J Y
or the liquor habit cured by
ORRllS A harmless and
Eure remedy for this disease
More than 00 cures in
Washington Can be given
without the patients knowl
edge if desired
Write or call for booklet
EDWARD P MERTZ Algr
onnisE co uctzfkott cuildisc
11 10 F St N W

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