Sunday, July 20, 1913

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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1913, Washington, District Of Columbia TttE WASHINGTON POST: SUNDAY, JULY L'O, 1913. Advertising Is the plain, simple telling of Truths in connection with the price and quality of merchandise offered in the advertisement. No Less. This we and Every Day we advertise. Each grade, each quality offered for exactly what it is, and always at the lowest price possible. WE INVITE COMPARISONS. Some Real Specials for Monday and Tuesday Only WRAPPED Weight, 12 to 14 ounces. WRAPPED Large Size 5c Weight, 18 to 20 ounces. Laundry Specials 'Robin Blue Squares..4c Fisher's Bag Blue, Argo Starch ......4c Gold Dust, small----4c Borax, med. pkg----8c Ammonia, lOc size..8c Ammonia, 15c Grocer; Department Starch 3 lbs.9c 2lbs.9c 4c ..8c STARCH Brand; Package Duryeas Brand; Package Soap Specials Pride, 8 for........25c Santa Glaus, 7 for.25c Sunny Monday.....4c Oleine, 3 for.......lOc Tar Soap.......----4c Pummo Soap........4c Fairy Soap, 3 for.. .lie per Pound GRANULATED SUGAR Limit 10 Ibs. With Each 5Oc Order Tea or Coffee Per pound Tulip Brand Gunpowder, per 50c, 60c Tulip Brand Ceylon, per Ib..................40c, 60c, 60c Tulip Brand Oolong, per Ib.........-..............40c, 60c Tulip Brand Mixed, per Ib..........40c Finer Cup Quality Has Never Been Sold at These Prices. Coffees Pure Ground, per Ib................15c Gold Rio, per Fancy Santos, per Fancy Blend, Extra, per Ib..........30c Fancy Bogota, Extra, per Ib..........35c We Will Specialize in Fine Quality Coffee. Orange Pekoe, for Iced Tea, 4Oc and 6Oc Ib. 3 for ,10c 3 for 25c Root Beer Extract.. .7c Witch Hazel........8c Peroxide Chloride Lime, large.5c Bathing Salt, large.. 8c Ice Cream Salt, large.8c Fly Paper, 7 double jsheets...........lOc Jello Dessert, 3 for.....25c Gold Medal Pickles, large, 3 for ..............f. .25c Puffed Wheat, 3 for___..25c Bice, fancy head, 3 for.r.25c Cider Vinegar, large..8c White Distilled Vine- gar, large........8c Pepper, 5c size. 4c Mustard 5c size.....4o Instant Tapioca......8c Table Salt, small bag.2c Table Salt, large bag. Be SOFT DRINKS Ginger Ale, Lemon Soda, Sarsaparilla. WATERMELONS Ice Cold; Extra Large Size No. 1 White Potatoes Fancy Quality; Full Weight, Per Peck Holland Belle Extra Creamery 31 Perry Dale First Quality___ Direct from the best mid-West creameries. Quality unsurpassed. We guarantee this butter equal to regular 35c brands. The Sale Lasts Only Two Days Monday and Tuesday OLD DUTCH MARKET, inc. 930 La. Ave. N. W. 8th and Sts. S. E. 31st and M Sts. N. W. 7th and Que Sts. N. W. The Market of 1111 H St. N. E. 1632 North Capitol St. 3420 Georgia Ave. N. W. 1935 14th St. N. W. 7th and B Sts. N. E. 1778 U St. N. W. 3113 14th St. N. W. Economy The Market of Cleanliness ENTIRE CLASS AT EETJKION. Iwo Graduates of College Meet Here 46 Years After Commencement. It Is not often that a. college class with Its number unbroken can meet In re- 45 years after graduation. J J. Darlington, of this city, was the first student to grad late from Erskine Col- lege, at Due S. C., after the civil Erskine, like most of the other Southern colleges, Ing fourd it neces- to close floors rluilns? the war In %1 It hreikinp: out of TV ir it gnljiated a i j men, c' -JT ip >r foi Tithtarj until 1868, when it graduated a class of James Darlington, now of D C., and James Millen now of Corsicana, Tex. Mr GalViwav -was at Due at the recent comment en'orit in Erskine College, as was a No Mr Darlington, and Mr Gallo- wav i-s now spending a few days In Wash'ngrton with his classmate of 45 veaib a no HANDY PARCEL POST MAP. 3. ,a t; Jip Will Be Divided Into Sections and Fold- ed m the Official Guide. The use of the parcel post map hat. beer ordered discontinued b> Fsjfalm istei eara, a few daj a ago from the French embassv Retail Merchants Say Circular Fence Is Impeding Traffic and Business. The. following committee was appointed yesterday to formulate a protest for the Retail Merchants' Association agalnsjt the present "Isle of which has been established at the intersection of New York avenue. Thirteenth and H streets northwest: R. P. Andrews (chair- George Hebbard, Sidney West, Charles Schwartz, George S. De, Neale, Charles F. Crane, Parke Herold, Frank Foer., Gils Dyer, and Richard L. Lamb. The'committee will meet In the Chamber of Commerce at noon. The criticisms by merchants whose places of business are near the intersec- tion ace that it Interferes greatly with, traffic and business, the circle being too large. THB SUNDAY POST. By Mall, Pec Tear. SHE FEARED 'BUCK HAND' Woman Fonnd Hanging tovFence Vis- ited Neighboring Farmer. Told of Being Followed and Fled Into Cornfield When Questioned by Family. Chicago, July stories told by farmers noon prompted "attaches of Coroner Hoft- mamn's offlmce to Institute a searching investigation into the death of an un- identified young woan, whose body was found hanging from a fence railing nehr Oak Forest, a suburb. 'Miss Josephine Berger, daughter of farmer, declared at the Inquest that the! body of the young woman was that of; the same person who' suddenly at the Berger home, crying for protection, last Wednesday nlKht. She was admit- ted to the Berger house, end sne belngm pursued by embers of the Black t Hand. When the Berger family attempted to question her, the young woman became extremely excited, fled through corn field. To give further time for by the coroner's office, the Inquest continued until July 26. Unofficial investigation today Indicated1! that the woman was a Swedish or NorJ weglan domestic servant. that committed suicide. The partial Identifica- tion was established by letters found on her person and "servants wanted" clip- pings from newspapers. lonr Hecht 8s Company Seventh, Near F Hecht Company of Slightly Used Pianos Money Days' Free Trial YES, they are subject to slight blemishes on the tiny scratch here and there, but you won't mind that, for they are perfectly sat- isfactory otherwise, and GUARANTEED FOB TEN YEARS, the same as our new instruments. After the ten-day trial, if you are satisfied, a Week Is All You Need Pay Gilbert Piano Comstock Piano, Comstock Piano, Stultz Piano Stultz Piano Cable Piano This Genuine Columbia Grafonola Trade-Mark Sent to Your Home 10 DAYS FREE Everyone Can Play a Co- lumbia and Everyone En- joys Its Delightful Music 15.00 25c Weekly Payments Wli loan it to you riKht in your own home for ten days' free too do ou think of that" Thlt dandy machine will afford A ou an endless, round of fun, as it pla> s mufcic everj one likes TRY IT---TRIM'S IT. All Columbia Record "in ttr on li-lor Ijlkewixe oliimfoia will pint V Recordw. A Most Convenient Thing An Account at Seventh Street fcWSPAPLR NEWSPAPER!