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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 January 1895

EWpWf SSi i&smmims-" THJB WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1895. pu &' y On December 23? 1894? our entire stock of Fine Ready-to-wear Clothing was damaged "by v t A TTP."R iJ JL. ..fl-dtf JL1L.O ab io "' 6- .o -0,,-q Sft e1 -- v I I o or o I Shi O '- 0 Of MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, as per INVENTORY, to be sold at A TZ3T3TI3 A TGI r i i - i v yi PTID5 XI 5l. VALUATION Sale will begin Monday Mornings Jan 21, 18959 at 8 o9 clock. The entire stock must positively be sold in order that the building may be turned over to the INSURANCE COMPANIES to be repaired and renovated. After the completion of all necessary repairs we will reopen with a new and complete stock for spring trade. 4fX rk ImiSf d ri Ofe TJ A tf ,- T3 A A. " T" A 13 A iwe Corner Massachusetts Avenue. y - Strictly One Price. SOLID COMFORT. iou .must have a Marks Adjust able Reclin ing Chair. It is the best in tho wide), wide norid. Ar you interested to know more about it Call and see it or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

TIMIS. Washington Women Read "For Woman's Glilb Nbws. "VOL. 1. NO. 30S. Soldiers Often Charged the Hob and Injured -Hen and Women. THEIR WOUNDS SOT FATAL Tierce Rioting Among: the Trolley Car Hal contents, and the Hilitia "Was Xcpt Under Arms All Night Showers of Missiles Dis abled Kany of the Blnecsats and One Re ceived a Fractured Skull Saloons Closed. BnooKLVS, Jan. 19. The 3,000 militiamen Had their bands full to-day. controlling tho mob. Inc.piont outbreaks and fights occurred almost continuously 'luring tho day. The militia at tho Jaumlen car stables wero forced to charge a big mob three times sinco C o'clock. The first time.the strikers gathered around tho stable and in tho fctreet and jeered tho soldiers. Col. Eddy, who -was in charge, drew his men Tip in line and gao nn,ordor to chanro. The mob was driven back to tho houses on the opposite side o the street and fell pell moll through the doorways and down cellars, and in fact, wherever they could find a place of escape. Cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

2 THE WASHINGTON TIDIES SUNDAY, JANUARY 20,1895. afefefefe ENDEfkV QRERS 111 E&BHEST Packed to the doors! A perfect jam of eager buyers Attend the 1-2 off sale. You never saw such enthusiastic buying before. Every one knew they were getting unprecedented bargains. Such worth ful fashionable clothing at so near-to-nothing prices is an op portunity seldom presented. Some were skeptical couldn't believe it others were drawn by curiosity but it only took a few minutes to convince all and every looker became a buyer. Everybody is telling somebody elsethe crowds are constantly growing larger and a day or two more of such selling will see the end of the sale. Most of the Men's Suits are gone. The re maining goods consist largely of Men's Boys' and Children's Winter Overcoats Men's Spring Overcoats a few Swallow Tail Coats and a large lot of Boys' Long Pants Suits. Whatever pleases you take for an even half of what it's marked itsfirst-of-the-season price. Understand, there isn't every ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES,.SUfNDATi JANUARY 20, 1895. 3 - - VV 0! n7 i $ J- At It only are Well-played Horses Scrambled Home Fisrt at Old Dominion. GOCCA A MAIDEN NO MOKE Walcott Simply Bomred Eomo in Front of a Field of Fast Platers, and His Graco Had Little Trouble to Win Longshanfcs and Gonzales Both Captured Parses Dashing Charlie Ean Euprisingly Well Gossip. The tide turned at tbo Alexander Bsland race track. Five favorites caughl tbo judges' eyes first, and all were well played, with the exception of His Grace. The prohibitive price of 1 to 3 on the latter kopt tbo majority from patting down their chocks, as the ma jority of the frequeniors of the Old Dominion course prefer not to give odds to the book makers. The first race, a scramble of half a mile for three-year-old maidens, resulted in a close finish between Bolona II filly, Gocca, and the Stella gelding. The verdict was given to Gocca by a head. Walcott showed th s time how fast ho could run, and the big gelding just cautered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

mmmmmmssiiimmmmmwmimmsfsi r FIRE On Deeemfeer 23,-1894; "1C,fO". - Of MEN'S, YOUTHS', APPRAISER QqIa Thrill rtpkfr-iTi Hf rk-n rl o ir Hf kWiV YT XXX FV-f'tfiiXXX The entire stock must positively be sold, in COMPANIES to be. repaired and renovated. After the completion of all necessary repairs 927- Corner Massachusetts Avenue. d&'&V &'W!&'W y& tyfo&W$AA&nd BOH CUES l PEST SPOT In the CityLimits It lsaConstant Menace to Public Health. OXE VAST UNCOVERED SEU'ER Hot Only th.8 BccBptacla for Sewage from Innumerable Drains, but the Dumping: Place for Offal of Every Descriution Loud Complaints from Hesidents in tliat Vicinity Urgent Keed for Arching It Over. Eock Creek, within the city limits, is n erwer of sewers. Trom tho Potomac to the P street bridge it Lolas in solution about as muh disease-bearing stuff as could well be pumped into an equal volume of water and space by the highest powers of hydraulic pressure. To discover what is in this creek it is only ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

ryz. THE WASHT3TGT03ST TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1895. AMUSEMENTS. AMrSEMENTS. Qran.QgBr Uoifse, New National Theater Every Evening and Saturday Matinee cuw. rj. ii.uci, IVJgr. J 5 W. H. One Week BeginkThg": 7- Monday, Ja- si MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Lftenwo months ma et Ccsile.quare Theater, lloktou. FIRST WASHINGTON nwDrcTiox or THE Grand Naval Melodrama aptam $ u ED. E. ROSE AXD A. M DELIfeSER. Ticsenled by the Original Company, With all its magnificent Scen ery and startling: effects, INCLUDING THE GREAT NAVAL BATTLE, Conceded by all the most realistic effect ever accomplished on any stage. 100 People on the Stage 100 UCYT WtTCV OTIS SKINNER llLAl HttR in Repertoire. r R XD OPERA HOUSE. SPECIAL. Commencing Monday, January 23, Engagement of Presenting MIS GHACK DE GRVMMONT,' By Clyde Fitch. VND 'THE KING'S JESTER,' By Victor Hugo. OTIS" SKINNER, Sale of Jcau Opens THURSDAY f 4. HAND OPERA HOUSE. J Ldvvard II. Allen.-Manaccr. TRIS SI M)AY) EVENING, AT a PEERLESS CONCERT B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

i'ipirsfmw THE WASHISTGrTOl TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20. 1895. The Washington Times EVEKT I)ATIX THE YEAR.-) " OWNED AND 1SSPED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Southwest Coiwek TzsvsYvrxsik Ayesue jind Tenth Street Telephone Editorial Booms, 4S6, Business Office, S37. Price, Dallr Edition ..One Cent. Sunday Eaitlqn Three Cent& By the month Thirty-lire Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. G.. JANUARY 0, 1895. Subscriber to "The Times" m HI confer a linor bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither bj r ail or in person will receive rroropt attention. Papers should be dc Ihcicdloall parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. i- THE SUNDAY HEWEPAPEB, The excellence of Sunday papers is rapidly doing away -with the prejudice existing agnsnbt that class of reading. The most of them furnisL healthful employment for the mind and give opportunity to gather facts that can be found in no othe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

(((grtfT""' jpppftwyppi11- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1895. M 1 $15 for this COUCH. It has spring-edges, is covered in good quality cordurcty, and is fringed all 'round. Or it may be had covered in tapes try, at the same price. $21 would be a fair price in any other store. Our Lounge and Couch department is full of just such values such, in fact, as you can't afford to miss. W. B. MOSES & SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Siorago Warehouses, 22d St, near M. -- S-----0 Of our iihenomenal success nnd w onr extraordinarily low pricos A enn be summed up In a few words. Y I AVo re always on ihejlrtakout lor A ill bvn buying advantages ac- ecpt tlicni buy largely buy for ca-hat lowest cafii prices and A ai e therefor able to quote to you th ory liwost prices In the y DIs riot for M EATS, GROCERIES, fi and PKOVIMONS. You'll 'llvo J. w ell and save money" if you deal -with the A Emrich Beef Co., f Slain Market and Grocery. A i306-!3i2 32d St. f (TelenlioneStT). A BRANCH !AltKirr&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

8 TJIE WAgHiyGTOy TTAlfiff, SUNDAY, JANTJARY SO, 18Q5. j M important Change i Center . The Ninth Street Market I fall easily accessible from the new handsome entrance, northwest corner Ninth Street Wing by an elevator also by a broad, open iron stairway in the southwest comer, which has been used for meet ings and drilling of the Dislrict militia, will be open for rental or lease on and after February I, JS95. This iine hall is 200 feet in length and about 75 feet in width, with ample light and ventilation, and continually kept comfortably warm by overhead steam pipes, and with very little expense the erection of a stage on the east side, seating capacity can be easily ar ranged for from t 0 to three thousand persons,to and from which rapid ingress and egress is had by two elevators, and the southwest 10 feet wide iron stairway, also out of the northeast front corner over the wide iron ve randa, extending along the avenue front above the wholesale stores, known as the "Arcade Buildi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

5!SrF j(jtf&iv-t-"' '"Be THE WASHIlSTGrTOIsr TIMES, Stt-DAY, JAKTJART ZO, 1895. 9. THE SUNDAY TIMES' PAGE OF Mouths Serve Other Purposes Than This Popular Qne. THEY DISCLOSE CHARACTER Points by "Which Differences May be Ob serves When Choosing Their Wives Men Should Study Traits as Betrayed by the Lips Mrs. Cleveland's Mouth is Maternal and Mine. Emma Eanio3 Indicates Coldness Physiognomists confidently assert that small mouths and gonius are incompatible. It is tLc Inrge, indilTerontly formed, but Arm, well-sot li, s that iudicate a oowerlul intellect, strong individuality and lofty mental or moral i i J&e3 T (V 1 rnglc mouth. Empress Tugenie; pr Coq.ictish mouth, Nell Gwyim; j, Artistic mouth, Kmiua Eames; achievements. Georgo Eliot had such a E mouth, as did lime, de Stael and George S Bands. A wc x nn with n small mouth, no matter I how dimpling or arched, may possess every good quality that tho other probably lacks, lout ste will never reach to imaginative jeights, she ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

10 TILE WASHIiNGcTON TIMES, SUN-DAY, JANUARY 20, 1895. E8' PAGE OP1 LONG AND SHORT GOOD STORIES. Jj. THE SUNDAY T M -a CLARENCE. Br Bket Haete. Author of "Tlic Luck ot Koaring Cnrap," "Two -Men of Sandy l!nr," Ac. 5 ICoj.yrlght, ISM, by Bret Ilarte. "PART PH. CHAPTER III CONCLUSION. Although Brant wns convinced as soon as he lelt the house that be could not accept any thing from the Boompointer influence, and that his interview with Susy was fruitless, ho knew that he must temporize. While ho did not believe that his old playmate would will ingly betray him, ho was uneasy when ho thought of the vanity and impulsiveness which might compromise him or of a possi ble jealousy that might sook revenge. Yet he had no reason to beliovo that Sus3's nature was jealous or that she was likoly to havo any cause, but the fact was that the climax of 3IlS Faulkner's reappearance when they wero together affected him more strongly than tho real climax of his interview with Susy, which was her offer. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

- -r--jl?kriJt',!l''1-T& fl ST t'fTiia v THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, JANUARY S ., X895. 11 THE SUNDAY TIMES' PAGE CONCERNING ORGANIZATIONS OF MEN, i- fcj?f AK?fti9 &' j vs. The now armory Is not yet ready for occu pancy, but Lieut. King Las the rifle gallery ready. The only thing lacking Is the light, l)ut that can bo put in in n few hours. Then he claims ho will have the llnest rifle gnliory in tho country. It is over 100 feet long, is wido enough for twenty targets, and lias twenty windows, ten on each sido. Being on tho top Boor of tho armory the windows are Tery useful. The backstop is made of the wall covered with heavy boiler iron to the height of ten feet. The targets are nil stationary nxcept five, which are on binges, nnd can 1 o thrown down to permit of volley practice. Tho vol ley target is twelve feet -wido and twenty Inches iu height It is the regular 200-yards volley target reduced to sevenly-flvo feet. Th targets themselves aro adjusted from 200 yards up to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 January 1895

12 THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1895. YOU Take no risk in "buying Clothes HERE. We make everything as good as it is possible to make it, but if at any time 3011 think that airy garment borght of US is not as it should be, bring it to 11s, and we'll make it satis factory. We have some exceptional good values in BLUE and BLACK KERSEY OVER COATS, at TEN DOLLARS. Better Coats than Ten Dollars ever commanded before, or -will now any where else. Robinson, Cherub Go., 12th & F Sts, fflG8. ""If li's Furnllures Wb Have If-' We're showing: is another i instance where quality and f price disagree. $2.75 would ft be fair for it-its a S2.75 X Table :n every particular 7 construction, finish, and de ft sign. Made in Oak and Iml X tation Mahogany with 20x t 30 inch top and shaped 6 lower shelf." For a good m Table at a small price see it. $ When You Figure Out the Cost of a Fu niture Purchase Y That You'll make here dur- ing the next few days take' q 33 1-3 PER CENT. OFF T what y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 January 1895

ON TIM Washington Women Read For Woman's BliJb News, VOX. 1. NO. 309. WASHING-TON, X. C, MONDAY JlORNINa, JANTJAKY 21, 1895 FOUR PAGES. ONE CENT. THE V 0Sm mHLm f m' mmmm immmm MB n it tliLiinubSitU mhhiu Metropolitan Employes Want the "Compromise" Put in Effect. HIS REASONS FOR DELAYING The Hen Declare That the Schedule Agreed Upon "Would Cause the Company to Euend S48 Kore Daily Than Under the Old Eate Mr. Phillips Saw the- Error Ho Hade and Is How Trying to Back Ont Tbo employes ol the Metropolitan Hallway Company are still awaiting the introduction of the new schedule proposed by the presi dent of the road, under -which their wages were to be equalized, and the failure of Mr. Thlllips to keep the compact of bis own dic tation is causing no little unrest among them. The only theory upon which tbey explain the delay is that having discovered tbo fact, patent to the men from tbo beginning, that be overreached bimseif in proposing tbo compromise, 3Ir. Philllrs is seeking a way of es...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 January 1895

'wf1 THE WASHINGTON TIM.ESt MONDAY, JA3STITABT 21, 1895. The Washinflton Times (ETZBT DAT IN TBS YEXB.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Southwest Coekeb Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Steeet. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 455, Business Office, S37. Trice, Daily Edition Ono Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month ....Thirty-fire Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C. JAOTABr 21, 1895. Subscrlbersto "Tho Tiroes" will confer a favor by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of tho carriers. Complaints cither by trail or In person Trill receive prompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morninc, including Sunday. LET "US HAVE AN AEBITSATION LAW. The Brooklyn trolley strike has assumed an alarming aspect. Every effort on the part ol the strikers to reach a compromise has been rejected, and riotinrj and destruction of prop erty have been resorted to. Additional troops have be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 January 1895

'-3S&TV- "syrR-""5 trRfV f9pli&&t& &r$t 1THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MOSTQ&.Y, JANTXABY -21, 1895-. SE9 -j,-r- . More llian 1,900 pretty CARPET RUGS went 011 sale liere a few days ago. But Low they've "flown!" Going at tlie rate of a lmudred or more a dar! And Lundreds of tliem yet to sell! It's an interesting sale interesting to observe tLe people's eagerness for tliem interesting to see tliem so ver3T popular. 1 yard lengtLs in Ax- miuster, Moquette, Velvet and Bod' Brussels. 1 yard lengtLs in In grain. At tliese wondrousty low prices: Axminstor Rugs, containing $3 to (T f r n St7jwurtli of Carpet, for 4)i.DU II queue mid Valval itugs, n- taiuiug ! 75 to 5 orth 01 Car- ft or p 4) 1.2b Axininster and Volvot lines, con lumug SI 5tt to $3 worth ol Cat- G f ft fl Body '.iu6si' Rugs, containing (T ( flfl &! worth ol Carpot I.l)U Otl or Bodv IIruc6ei8 Rugs, con- irn taming $2 worth of Carpet Jj(J In errant liugs, containing 75 cents (jr lojl wurtu of Carpet ZuU b!-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 January 1895

TTfVTT! APPRAISER'S Sale will begin The entire stock must positively be sold in COMPANIES to be repaired and renovated. After the completion of all necessary repairs Corner Massachusetts Avenue, ITS A Tor any ono to doprivo themselves ol things that mate homo comfortable and pleasant when they can huy everything needed on CHEDIT. Even if you have some money saved up there's no good rcnsMx why you should touch It, so far as buying furnituro aud carpets are con cerned. LET US HELP YOU And let us bay to you, right here, that our kind of credit Is FKEE aud to prove to you that It is free let us go further and say that wo will duplicate the lowest cash prices ynn can llnd ANYWHERE. You need not sigu a note you need not pay a penny interest but you can pay us the amount of your bill a little at a time weekly or monthly. We make and lay all carpet free of cost. No charge for waste in matching figures. Plueh or Haircloth Parlor Suite choice Solid Onk Bed Roura Suite. 533. Splendid Brussels ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 January 1895

THE Washington Women Read Por.Woman's Gliib Nbws. WASHINGTON, JD. O.,. TUESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 22, ISUS EOTJR PAGES. TOL. 1. NO. 310. ONE CENT. .1 - --- I..-.. T.. I - ,, I.,, ,.. -, I . P.. - HBID-HPTHE CUBTIABIl Canvassers Appointed to Collect' - Money for the Poor. MEETING 01 THE COMMITTEE Jlan of "Work Outlined One Day to Be Known as Canvassing Day Announcement of Chairmen and Sub-chairmen of Districts Campaisn to Begin Monday One of Mr. Warner's Soup Stations Opens To-day. Tho committee on canvass of the central relief committee met yesterday afternoon at tho rooms of the board of trade, Mr. J. B. Wight and Mrs. H. B. Macfnrland ljelng tho members of tho committee in attendance. It is the intention of this committee to meet daily at the same place in order to ex pedite the work, there being already need for prompt responses to the inquiries of tho committee as to whether tho ladies and gentlemen designated by them as snb-cbair-men will act in that capacity. At the open ing of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 January 1895

",jy$Kffi&l ' ri s Tins "WASHI3!irTON- TIMES TTJJE3DAX, JAISTUAUY 22, 1SS5. mmsmsmmm : TiiB Washington Times (Et eky Day u. she Tjeak.) -OTCXED JD ISSUED J1Y The asliinflt n Times -Company ""XTJlEb UEILDIXG, BOCTOWEST Coukfr Eexnsylyakia avenue axd Tenth isn:ECT Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SG, luslaess Office, 331. rice. Dally JEdltlon -.One Cent. Sundny Edition Tliree Cents. By the nioutli Thlrty-flvo Cents. j WASHINGTON, D. C. JANUARY 22. 1895. Subscribers to "The 1 iracs" M ill confer n farJcvriroraptly rcr-orttiiK any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part 'of the carriers. Complaints cither b nail or in rerson m receive Biumnt Attention. Papers .should be de livered to all narts of the city by (h30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. 1 DO yfZ "WANT "CEEaFEE GAS1 JJ thepeoplo of "Washington want ehcaper ' gas -a -vigorous effort must be rondo to induce j Congress to act on the bills now in Iho bands or sub-coin mittoes. The interview with Sena tor Hun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 January 1895

55v?w555wfe?'l'fii TELE WASHIaTOlSr TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1895. MOSES' Tuesday, January 22, 1895. Piano StooL$1.95 Very pretty, and most convenient, too. The round top -can be raised or lowered at will. Centerpost and legs are gracefully turned. Has Brass Claw feet. The price is $2.00 cheaper than this sort of stool usualty costs. We have others lots of 'em of all sorts at all prices to suit all purses. 1; J? HO IU I- MOSES sAoNNDs, F and llth Streets. W arehousos, 22d St, nenrM. fc---3--- -- -- " f A SHORT LIST t f f r OF Small Prices Specials f orto-day. Further proofs that there are no lower prices in the Dis trict than ours. If you market to-dny, tako our list as a guide. All our o' her prices are u proportion. Olbs Freeh Pork 20CTS. sugar Cured Smoked Hioulders, U 7y CTS. Mild Corned Shoulders lb..7CTS. Tomatoes, Corn and Teas, 2 cans 1GCTS. Bread, loaf ,. 3CTS. Emrich Beef Co., Alain Market and Grocery. 1306-1312 32d St. (Telephone 347). BRANCH MARKETS: ins 14th St K. W....

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