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THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 8, 1S91.
THE IiOOAIi STOCK MARKET.
StroncorUusinesa nntl Bottor rrlcoslmst
Thoro was a decided improvement In the
volume ol the transactions last week on the
local Stock Exchange and a gratifying ad
vance ol several of the leading securities.
Tor Washington and Georgetown Railroad
convertible bonds 135 vras paid for $3,500 and
137 for $3,000; in the absence of sellers the bid
-was merely nominal at 1291 at the close.
Washington Gas convertible for 320 brought
133J. lor 500 l S. Electric Lighting con
vertible 5's, ex-coupon. 10S vras paid.
There was a much larger business done in
bank stocks last week "than usual. For 10
shares of the Metropolitan Bank 270 was paid,
an advanco of $3 per share on a previous sale.
This stock at anything less than 300 is likely
to prove a paving investment. For 10 shares
of West Eud National 9i was paid. There is
si ready sale for this stock at about this price
with no stock offering at the close below 103.
For 30 Ehares of Lincoln Bank stock the
full par value of 100 was paid. The lowest
offering to sell this stock was at 103 on Sa
turday. For Columbia National bank stock
150 was paid for IS shares. This stock will
yield 4 per cent, clear of tax at the price paid,
and as an increase of dividend is supposed to
be extremely probable, opportunities to buy
at 150 are not likely to occur often. The
popularity of the Columbia continues to
The only sale for somo tlmo of National
Bank of Washington stock was made la6t
week. It brought 420 for 3 shares. Tho clos
ing bid was 415, lowest offering at 430.
Insurance stocks show marked improve
ment for several of the non-dividend payers;
506 shares of Lincoln Fire brought 55, and 20
The recentfrco selling of Columbia Fire In
surance stock has doubtless served to lower its
quotations. Tho closing bid was at 15, with
161 the lowest offering. The only sale on the
board was of 72 shares at 15J.
One of the most noteworthy oveuts of last
week was the continued strength of tho Wash
ington Loan aud Trust stock. On the closing
day of last month the best bid was 99, at
which price several largo sales were made, but
during tho past week no sales wero recorded
at less than 100, at which price on the board
02 shares were 6old. The closing offering was
at 103. The earnings of this company for the
last month are said to be very large.
The transactions in Washington Gas stock
were limited by small offerings. The sales
were of 6 shares at 42J. The first sale of
Georgetown Gas stocks for many weeks was
made on Thursday last S shares brought $50.
This company has advertised for sealed bids
lor 240 shares of the stock to be sold in one
block, retaining the privilege of "rejecting
any and all bids."
There is good bidding for Chesapeake and
Potomac Telephone stock at tho recent de
cline. Closing bid 53, the lowest offering at
00; privately, 10 shares of tin's stock brought
Sales of Pneumatic Gun Carriago stock last
week aggregating 500shares, were made at ,
best bid i with offerings at J.
There was a sale of 5 shares of Real Estate
Title 6tock last week at 1305, and not nt 103
as erroneously published.
There was a largely-attended meeting on
last Tuesday at the office of the company of
the stockholders of theAmerlcan Graphophone
Company. After remarks by Colonel Payne,
president of tho company, and several of the
stockholders, a committee consisting of Wil
liam H. Beck, J. W. Smith, William B. Gur
ley, and H. D. Mirick was appointed to rec
ommend to a subsequent meeting of the
stockholders the best lino of policy to pursue
in putting the machine on the market, and to
make such other suggestions as they may
DEAR POOD IN GERMANY.
Prices Higher Than at Any Tlmo "Within
In a report to the Department of State the
United States Consul General at Berlin, Mr.
Edwards, makes a comparison between the
prices of food products in Germany in Sep
tember. 1991, and September, 1890, as follows:
1890 Wheat, 1S7 marks; rye, 101 marks, and
Potatoes, 54.5 marks. 1891 Wheat, 230
marks; rye, 230 marks, and potatoes, 69.5
The prices during the current year are
higher than any since 1876. The price for ryo
in July last was 212 marks. The price of
wheat has fallen since August about 9 marks,
but tho September quotations are still higher
than any during the past fifteen years. The
price of potatoes fell from 89.30 marks in July
to 03.20 in August, but in SeDtoraber rose to
The Tiromcn Kopt Busy.
Tho fire alarm bells rang out lively yester
day, and tho department was kept busy
answering the various calls. The trouble
commenced at 5:30 a. m. with au alarm from
box li5 for a small blaze at 1343 F street. At
7 o'clock 140 was tolled off for a fire at 1334
G street, in tho house of Mr. L. P. Allschut.
A defective iluo caused $150 damages. At
8:10 o'clock another alarm was sent in from
box 125, and this time It was for a fire In Car
roll Institute Hall, F street, near tho corner
of Sixth. Thofiiowas in tho furnace room,
and caused $100 damage. At 7 o'clock last
night a special alarm called out Engine Com
pany No. 2 for a burning chimney In Huyler's
confectionery, Twelfth and F streets. No
A Visiting AVhlsfc Club.
A series of duplicate whlBt was played on
Wednesday evening last at the Capital Bicycle
Club between six members of that club and a
like number belonging to the Narragansett
Whist Club, of Providence. It. I. The contest
resulted in a tie, each club scoring 351 points.
Messrs. Bafford and Dodge and Bingham and
Wooten, of the Capital Bicycle Club, made
tho highest tcores 119 each, aud Messrs.
Wightman and Newhall, of tho Harragansetts,
came next with 118. Tho visitors were after
ward given a lunch, and later in the ovening
wero tho guests at the Columbia Athletic
Club of President Hood.
Young Salmon for Vermont.
One of tho cars of tho United States Fish
Commission left Washington on Thursday
last with carp for New York and Now Eng-
land, and received on Friday, iu good condl"
tion from Cold Spring Harbor, Now York,1'
3,500 yearling California salmon to bo planted
Jn the Batteuklll, in Vermont and certain of
Hurrying the Newark to Sea.
Boston, Nov. 7. Tho United States cruiser
Newark was floated out of the dry-dock at
the Qbarlestown navy yard yesterday, only a
portion of tho proposed repairs having been
completed owing to the order from Washing
ton that tho vessel mu6t be ready for sea No
vember 10. Her hull hag been Bcraped and
i&luted uud deck oalkad.
IN HONOR OP BISHOP OHAPfilLE
Tendered n Recaption by Pupils of Holy
Friday was a mcmorablo day to tho pupils
of Holy Cross Academy. Wishing to offer a
testimonial of their grat'tudo and affection
they tendered to tho IU. Rov. Bishop Chapollo
a reception in tho Academy Hall, which was
beautifully decorated for tho occasion. Loud
applause greeted tho ncwly-orected Bishop as
he entered, which gradually subsided as
Mendelssohn's march from "Athalia" burst
foith from violins aud pianos. A tribute of
affection which is printed below, was pre
sented by Miss Margaret Loughrau, on tho
part of her companions, mingling congratula
tions with regrets. The yoiing lady's deliv
ery was all that could be desired. "Souhaots
de Bonheur" was a pretty French effusion
read by Miss J. Littlelleld "ou the part of tho
French class. Miss O'Brien's recitation, "An
Empty Niche," was given iu graceful style.
On this occasion as on all others, the minims
claim their shato of honors from their older
sisters, and presented in a very creditable
manner "An Elecutionary Contest," which
called forth rounds of applause.
Miss L. Saurn's reuditiou of Haydn's To
Deutu was greatly complimented, as was also
Miss It. Small in" her vocal solo, "Flour des
Alps." The choruses were very good, tho
youug voices ringing out clear and strong to
tho accompanimeut'bf violins and piano.
As the last sounds of Rossini's "La Carita"
died away the Bishop arose to address the
lie preluded his remarks by saying that
nothing renders tho human heart so happy as
tho knowledge that one is loved; that this
lovo is enhanced in value many fold when it
proceeds from hearts young and pure; when
its motive is disinterested, and when sanctified
by religion. The Bishop complimented the
young ladles and their alma mater in tho
warmest terms, assuring them that he re
joiced that so many years of his life had been
spent In their midst, and that ho would carry
away most pleasant memories of the good Sis
ters of tho Holy Cross and the pupils of their
Present at the reception were a number of
tho parents of the children aud friends of tho
institution. Following is tho poetical tribute
delivered by Miss Loughrau:
All days are God's, and each successive dawn
Is but a note that swells tho hymn of praise,
That rises like sweet incense from tho earth
In thanks to Him, trom whom all blessings
And minded in the music of that song i
That endless song our souls to-day send forth
Glad notes of jiratltude and sacred joy,
For Christ tho King, through holy Mother
Has honored ono whom all our hoarts revere.
Tho mitre and tne croslerl Blessed signs
Of two-fold office! First to rule all hearts
By coronet divinely sent, tho staff
To guard the flock of Christ from evil powers.
Felicitations warm our hearts present.
As unto God we offer this our prayer
Ob. may the mitre crown your life with joy.
And may the crosier guide your steps for aye!
As softly over Bethlehem's care there rose
AnRellc voices breathing peace and joy.
Within tho Maiden Mother's heart there rang
Strange bounds, and Calvary's echoes sad und
Awoke to sleep no more ; and so to us
Amid tbo acclamations that abound
There come the minor chords, the nolC3 of
That toll of parting from our father dear.
The years eternity now holds, have been
Most fruitful in sweet thoughts of gratitude.
Of filial lovo; for, every day revealed
A father's care, a lather's tender heart
For those confided to his guiding hand.
The labors of your life an open book
In which we read reflected on each page
The lessou3 taught of Heaven are known to
And must the ties thus formed bo broken now
By parting? No, ah ! no; our hearts cry out,
Our father shall remain oura(ier still.
The memory of your words, your counsels
With holy wisdom shall bo ours for aye.
Aud though your labors call you tar away
To distant land, we are, our father dear.
Your loving children aud your friends In truth.
The bead-roll of the Church in our fair land
Is rich in names of those who raltro crowned
And armed with crosier, firmly meet tho foo
That stands asrainst our God. Now writ in
Your namo shall stand with all tbo golden
And deeds that have drawn blessings from on
On that bravo list, for you have purchased
Souls for Heaven ! Ah ! would that we might
toll you all
Our hearts would fain express, but you who
Our very souls, must need no word of oura
To speak. our sorrow and ourgratof ul love.
As Bishop then we greet you, father dear.
But title dearer, yet more fraught with pain
At thought of losing you, our friend, our pride,
Our father yerf our father, faithful, true.
We oifer you our homage, and wo pray
That whosoe'er tho voice of God may call
Your children's constunt love and heartfelt
May make you blessed, thrice blessed of God
Our greeting and our prayers are lost in tears
And joys sweet lays are soundless neath tho
FOR A WORTHY CHARITY.
A PIo:tnnut .Entertainment in Aid of the
Homeopathic IPreo Dlbpcnsary.
The ladles connected with this institution
have pui chased a site on Massachusetts avenue
aud are now engaged In paying off the pur
chase money. It i&proposed to build a suit
able structure as 5on as they ootaln posses
sion of tbo property, and for this purpose they
have establibhed a building fund. In aid of
this undertaking tho ladies gave an entertain
ment and tea party In the banquet room at the
Scottish Itito Hall on Friday last at which tho
following well-known favorites were partici
pants: Piano duets, Miss Ward and Mr. F.
Ward; recitations. Miss Poesche; vocal solos,
Mr. Rheebide; Ylolin solos, Mr. Anton Kaspar,
plauo solos, Miss Louise Fox; recitations. Mr.
Benton Ray, and vocal solos, Mrs. Oldberg.
Tho ladies In charge of the tea were: Choco
late and tea, Mrs. William Oscar Roome;
coffee, Miss C. II. Bartlett; candy, Mrs. R. G.
Rutherford; fancy articles, Mrs. Charles A.
Davis and Mrs. J. M. Williamson; lemonade,
Mrs. Edgar Jauney aud Mrs. B. W. nolman;
sandwiches, Mrs. E. N. Davis, Mrs. W. W.
Wright, and Mrs. W. Illllyer; cake, Mrs. J. B.
G. Curtis and Mrs. L. M. Tinker; ice cream,
Mis. W. L. Van Derllp and Mrs. P. S. Cleav
laud, and music and recitations, Mr6. Jessie
Watto Wright and Mrs, Frank Claudy.
$10 Hattory X,ouxiecl.
If you are not enjoying perfect health,
strength, and vigor, wo will lend you for 00
days one of Gray's galvanic body batteries,
price $10. you to pay for it if cured. It Is for
men ouly, aud is tho latest and best electric
appliance Invented. Current can bo made
strong or weak: turned on or off at will. Acts
like migic lu cases of weakness, premature
old ago, etc. Cau wo send you ono at our
risk? Electric Treatment Co., 259 Broad
way, Now York City.
Driuk Taunhauser beer.
Beuzler. Telephone, 571-3.
BotUed by H.
909 Pennsylvania Avouue.
OUR GREAT REMNANT DAY
Hero is whoro you buy tho remnants as thoy
aro 8 hipped from tho mills.
From wook to week for an accumulation of
SHOP-WORN ODDS AND ENDS.
Your selection is varied and sufficient of ono
kind to supply any numbor of cus
tomers that wish tho samo
quality of pattern.
YOU CAN GET FROM A PRINT UP TO A
SILK WARl HENRIETTA.
EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH OF THIS SEA
SON'S PRODUCTION AND ONE
THIRD TO ONE-HALF CLEAR
GAIN ON EVERY DOL
LAR YOU BUY.
Storm Serges, Navy, 30 Inches, sell for 39c.
Henriettas, Black and Brown, Golden,
Medium and Seal, 46 inches, 45c.
All-wood Henrietta, Black, Garnet, Cardi
nal, Navy and Marine, 40 inches, 50c.
Imported Novelties, checks, stripes, invisi
ble plaids, 54 inches wide, S9c.
Camel's Hair, checks nnd stripes, tufted
plaids, Black, White, Gray, Navy, 42 Inches,
French Wrapper Flannels, 27 inches, 45c.
Cream Eiderdown, 30 Inches, 45c.
Red Medicated Flannel, 25c.
Fine Red Unshrinkable Flannel, 45c.
German Flannel, pink, for skirts, 14c.
Gray Flannel, twill, 18c.
Gray Cotton, Mixed Flannel, 9c.
Navy Unshrinkable Flannel, 35c.
White All-wool Flannel, 20c.
Very Fino White All-wool Flannel, 2oc.
White Flannel, 15c.
Embroidered Flannel, Navy with Light
Blue embroidery, Gray with Gray, Red with
Red, Gray with Red, 34 inches wide, 75c.
All-wool Striped Skirting, bordered, 45
Imported All-wool Plaid for children's
dresses, silk mixed, 65c.
Plaid and Stiped Serge, all wool, 59c.
54-lnch Broadcloth, Tan, Brown, Gray,
Black, Plum, Heliotrope, Beige, Garnet, Ter
ra Cotta and Myrtle, 79c.
Fine Imported Mourning Goods, including
tufced cheviots, checks, stripes, plaids, Bea
fords, some mixed with Gray, 44 inches, 65c.
Imported Black Goods, including Henriet
tas, serges, polka dots, cheviots. Bedford
cord, Sebastapolo, silk warp heurietta, mohairs
and gloria, from 60c. to $1.25.
English Serges, Gray and Biege, Garnet,
Myrtle, Terra Cotta and Navy, 42'inches, 89c.
40-inch Henrietta, Tan, Old Rose, Bluot,
Gray, Golden Brown, Garnet, Scarlet, Navy,
All-wool Ladles' Cloth, 42 inches, Golden
Brown, Sge, Rose, Garnet and steel mixed,
3S-inch Loralnno Henrietta, Gray, Black,
Beige, Brown, Tan, Garnet, 39c.
All-wool Plaid Cheviots, 38 inches wide,
wer0 50c, now 35c.
500 yards Plaids and Stripes, to close, 25c.
All-wool Highland Plaids, 29 inches, 29c.
Wool-mixed Cashmere, 40 inches, lSJc.
40-inch Henrietta, Gray, Navy, Garnet,
Brown, Black, Myrtle, Olive, New Blue, Tan,
Cardinal, and Garnet. 13c.
38-inch Henrietta, Cardinal, Scarlet, Gray,
Black, Navv, Brorrn,25c.
All-wool Serges 40 inches, Brown, Groen,
Garnet, Marine, 35c. '
All-wool Grovclttnd Suitings, Heliotrope,
Brown, Garnet, aud Gray, to close, 25c.
All wool Blue Gray Serge, 38 inches, and la
situablo for wrappers and children's coats,
All-wool Stripped Tricot, Green with White
Stripes, 38 inches, 25c.
Mohairs, Brown, Garnet, Gray, Heliotrope,
Gendarme, 27 inches, 12ic
Black Satine, lOJc.
Black Ground Cbantllly, with colored
polka dots, 21c.
All calico, red and black mixed figured
checks, 6tripes, suitable for children's dresses,
Colored Chambrays, 5c.
Cameo Cloth, serviceable for house dresses,
guaranteed fast colors, nlco wash goods, 7ic
Black Ground Bedford Cords, with cBlored
figures, stripes and spots, look very much like
Flannelettes for tea gowns or dressing
sacques, beautiful combination of colors, 71c
25-Inch Cretonne, 5c
Outings, plaid and stripes, 27 Inches wide,
hard to distinguish from wool, 81c
Dark Dress Ginghams, small pieces, suita
ble for children's dresses, OJc
Light Cheviots for shirting or boys' waists,
,32 Inches wldo, 83c
Light Cambric-finish Shirting, 3Jc
7-4 Sheeting, 1, li, li, and 2-yard lengths,
10-4 Piquot Sheeting, 24c.
9-4 Piquot Sheeting, 18c.
9-4 and 10-4 Sheeting, 1J to 3 yards, 131c
Pride of tho West Bleached Cotton, 8Jc
Lousdalo Cambric, 82c
45-lnch Pillow Case, 9c
54-inch Pillow Case, 15c
This makes a very complete list and an
909 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.,
LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
Branch Store, 3111 M st., West Washington
m-iW 12th Street N. W.
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T ATIMERut'BLOAN, Auctioneers,
1409 G Strcot near U. S. Treassry.
THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THE
No. 1830 NINETEENTH STREET
IN WHICH WILL BE FOUND
Superb Brocatollo Suite, including Extension
Sofa (four pieces), FinelyEmbrdidered .Cush
ions, a number of Lamps in bronze and
Japanese porcelain, Piano Lamps, Turkish
Carpets and Rugs throughout tho house (in
fine preservation), Very Artistic Parlor Furni
ture, in separato pieces; Leather-covered
Turkish Library Chair, Solid Mahogany Card
and Ceutro Tables, Superb Sang de Bcouf and
Japanese Porcelains and Bric-a-brac, Superb
Sofa, in silk plush and brocatello; two Turk
ish SIdo Chairs, in silk tapestry; Fancy Stands
and Tables, Very Handsome Antique Mahog
any Hall Settee, Antiquo Mahogany Table,
Secretaries, Couches, Antiquo Hall Glass aud
Umbrella Stand, Brass Fire Sets (somo very
old), Very Elegantly and Artistically Finished
Oak Chamber Suite (with French plato mir
ror), Ash Chamber Suites, Elegant Chiffonier,
Very Massive Solid Cherry Chamber Suites,
(with French plato mirror), Ash Chamber
Furniture, Splendid Hair Mattresses, Fino
Feather Pillows, Handsome Dining-room
Suite, (comprising Solid Mahogany Table,
Antiquo Mahogany Sideboard, six Mahogany
Dining Chairs, with Russia leather coverings),
Mahogany Corner Cabinet, Elegant Cut Glass
ware, Fino Table Decorations in French nnd
Japanese Porcelains, Kitchen Requisites, etc.
Tho entire contents of tho abovo elegantly
furnished residence, No. 1830 Nineteenth
street northwest, will bo sold at public salo by
catalogue on THURSDAY MORNING, No
vember 12, 1891, commencing at 10 o'clock.
This is an exceptionally fine collection of
goods in all of its departments and should
command the attention of parties desiring
The residence will be open day prior to sale
for inspection from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m.,
when catologucs can bo had.
LATIMER & SLOAN,
TATCLIFFE, DARR & CO.,
920 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.
Most complete facilities.
Finest 6ales and show-rooms.
Most central location.
Greatest accommodations in tho city for the
conduct of thb real estate and general auc
tion commission business. Wo mako a
specialty of every branch of tho business.
No ono branch nourished to tho detriment
of the other.
Special and personal attention paid to all de
partments. Real estate, stocks and bonds, art goods, and
Furniture and general merchandise, etc., otc.
Trustee, assignee, government, and court
A separate building, 930 C street northwest,
devoted to tho salo of horses, carriages,
wagons, and harness. Storage-rooms, witn
insurance. All terms reasonable for first
When you want to buy or sell real estate,
chattels, etc, have an appraisement cata
logue or inventory made, consult tbo livo
RATCLIFFE, DARR & CO.,
920 Pennsvlvania avenue northwest,
Where you will get polito attention and full
consideration for all your business, much
MoELROY'S ART STORE,
1003 PENNA. AVENUE.
ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, WATER COLORS, PHOTO
GRAPHS, and PHOTOGRAVURES.
PICTUliE- FRAMES iu Gold, White and Gold, Silver, Ivory,
and in all kinds of Hard Wood.
REG1LDING OLDFRAMES A SPECIALTY. PAINTINGS CLEANED, RESTORED, AND
VARNISHED. PJCTURE3 HUNG, BOXED, AND SHIPPED AT SHORT NOTICE.
GEO. W. EVANS,
jf. 3E3 j. jj :esS'a?,.-S.T:E,
1 3xr jsi XT Et
619 F Street
j)UNOANSON -Blips., Auctioneers.
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING, NO.
1513 THIRTIETH STREET, NEAR P
STREET, WEST WASHINGTON.
On MONDAY AFTERNOON, November 9,
1891, at 4:30 o'clock, wo will soil in front of
PART SQUARE OS,
Fronting 29 feet and 3 inches on Thirtieth
street by a depth of 120 feet, improved by a
well-built, throo-story brick dwolling; modern
conveniences ami in good ordor. This prop
erty is in ono of tho best neighborhoods' in
West Washington nnd is worthy tho attention
of those desiring a corafortablo home.
Terms: One-third cash, balanco in ono and
two years, notes to bear 0 per ccntper annum
interest and to be secured by deed of trust on
proporty, or all cash, at option of purchaser,
or $3,500 can remain on property at 5 per
cent, perannum, balanco cash. Conveyancing,
etc., at purchaser's cost. A deposit of $200
will bo required at time of salo. Terms to be
complied with in fifteen days, othcrwiso right
roservod to resell at risk and cost of default
ing purchaser, after five day's advertisement
of such resaloin somo nowspaper published In
Washington, D. C.
DUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers.
T ATIMER & SLOAN, Auctioneers.
IMPORTANT ART SALE,
COMPRISING RICH BRONZES, "EUROPA
AND THE BULL," FIRE DOGS,
"VENUS AND APOLLO," FINE OLD
SHEFFIELD PLATED DISHES, OLD
MAHOGANY PIECES, IVORY AND
LACQUER GOODS, ELEGANT PARI
SIAN CLOCK tET, LARGE BRASS
BOUND MAHOGANYDOWER CHEST,
ANTIQUE nALL CLOCK, FINE GLASS
WARE AND CHINA, SUPERB
ANTIQUE IVORY HANDLE SWORD,
RICH OLD SATSUMAS, A FINE AS
SORTMENT OF JAPANESE CURIOS,
RICH HANGINGS, FINE CLOISSONNE
GOODS, LARGE VA3ES, FINE OIL
PAINTINGS AND ENGRAVINGS,
VARVED BRACKETS AND OTHER
FURNITURE AND MANY OTHER
RICH AND ELEGANT PIECES IN THE
DECORATIVE LINE NOT USUALLY
FOUND IN THIS COUNTRY.
THE WHOLE TO BE SOLD
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1191,
AT 11 A. M. AND'3 P. M.,
WITHIN OUR SALES ROOMS.
1409 G STREET, NEAR U. S. TREASURY.
ON EXHIBITION ALL DAY TUESDAY.
LATIMER &, SLOAN,
no 8 It 11 Auctioneers.
It is important that you dress as the
weather demands. If you aro not
provided, with winter underwear it Is
important that you do so.
Our stock Is composed of every style
desirable, from a 50c Shirt to one at
$5, ovory one of which is of sterling
A special value is tho grade wo sell
at $3 a suit. At this price we have fif
teen styles to select from. In all
other grades wo have an equally large
assortment. Wo carry the most com
plete lino of White Shirts in Wash
ington. Our "Special" is tho "Chan-Dlon"1
Unlaundered Shirt at 85c
Our Silk Hats at 5 and $6 aro the
newest and Best.
912 FSt. N. W
-rnirt -j-r BllilT.1iff if IMttiaaiaittS'.,