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THE- TIMESSATUEDXrTJGUST , JIO; 189.5.
The quality keeping pace
with the mercury in the
thermometer and the prices
way down near the zero mark
it is not surprisins that we
are busy, even in this
usually dull, month of Au
gust. Perhaps" some of these
items may interest you.
Odd Trousers from broken
suits and some $6, $5 and S4
regular stock at $2.25
til Tennis and Outing
its and Pants nnB-tnirO
All $4 and S3 duck pants
rnow i ana tne 54 ana
$1.50 ones now $, a saving
to you of one-half one-third-
Negligee Shirts at 50C,
75c $1 and UP that are
really worth nearly double
this price, and so on all
through the stock. Every
thing that's proper and sea
sonable at much less than
its real worth.
12th and F Sts.
MUST IlOltnOW POLES.
Government Wires to Ho Strung on
Telegraph Company Support).
Superintendent II. Marean, of the West
ern Union Telegraph Company, was re
quested to-day to move back to the rew
curb Hue the poles belonging to the com
pany on G street, bstween Tenth and Four
teenth streets preparatory to the -work of
widening that thoroughfare.
lie was at the same time aked to give
permission to Col. John M. Wilson to
string the United States wires on the TVi t
ern Union poles. The Government wires
are on the south side of the btreet, and in
case permission thrcfor is granted will
be transferred to the other side.
The reason for this request is that the
United States Government has no funds
available for the expense of removing its
Bo sure and buy the great Sunday
Tim oh, 20 puges, 3 cent.
"514 9th N. W.
Suit, - strictly
make them for less
Scotch Lawn Tea
Gowns,' lined to the waist,
Our Elegant Scotch
Lawn Suit, worth $3,00.
Pair Men's Jean Drawers,
all sizes, usualtysold at 40c.
Men's Gauze Shirts, usu
ally sold at 35c
Pair Men's Extra Quality
Suspenders, the 25c. qual
ity, for Elecrant Part Bristle
Hair Brush, usually sold at
Strictly 25c Tooth Brushes
Saturday at 9c
Pair Men's Seamless Hose,
warranted fast Black,
usually sold at 20c.
a Pair, choice of 100 Men's
Walking- Canes, worth 50
to 75c each, closing- out at
Men's Turkey Red Hand
kerchiefs, worth 10c each.
rft Men's Linen Finished
HI! Hemstitched Handker-
chiefs, worth 12 J c each.
OH A 1 Unbreakable Comb, 1
HI Hair Brush, 1 Bottle Vase-
"ww line, 1 Box of Buttermilk
Soap all for 29c. worth
a full Box of Washington
Belle Cigars, worth 60c.
514 9th N.W.
Do not fail to call on us for
anything jou want and save I
INDORSED BT EVERT ORE
Continued from First Page,
property-owner would gladly contribute
toward tbe end In TiBW."
SHOULD ACT QUICKLY.
"I havo written to the District Commis
sioners twice od previous occasions no this
self-same matter," said Frank N. Carver,
builder. "Both4tinies I was informed that
trie appropriation was so -small, and there
were so many other trees in The city needing
attention , even more than the ones in front
of my house that It would be Impossible for
them. to relieve meinony way. Thenctionof
The Times In tills matter is undoubtedly
commendable, and I think that every good
citizen will agree with mo that something
should be done, and that very quickly.
"I don't care- what it Is. I would much
rather have the trees cut down, though I
would miss thera very greatly, than to
suffer the inconvenience I do now. The
caterpillars actually get up on tbe front
of the house. They are indeed a nuisance. '
"I am in with The Times on any scheme
it may propoeo to rid us of the plague, and
will glvo my heartiest support In every
way possible, I think the suggestion of a
private subscription a good one."
"I think the action of The Times is to
be commended In this matter," said Mr.
Marshall, of tbe firm or Marshall & Oleasou,
owners of the Holer Oxford. "Certainly
some Immediate steps should be taken to
destroy these pests that are ruining the
pride of the city. I was not aware of the
extent of the Injuries that are being donel
by t.he pestB until I Ban- the accounts of it
in your paper, and also saw that there is
no available money to experiment in the
extermination of tbe beetles and cater
pillars. 11K. MARSHALL'S IDEA.
"My idea would be to have each Indi
vidual property owner take means to ex
terminate the insects on the trees Immedi
ately'" front of his own property, as Tbe
Times tuggests Surely every properly
owner in the city will take enough interest
in the trees before his own doors to use
every effort and Bparc no reasonable ex
pense In trying to save them.
"There must surely be something that
will kill thu insects. As I passed through
Philadelphia the other day I saw men
spraying the shade lrec3 in certain locali
ties with ordinary force pumps connected
with a large boiler-like arrangement. I
was told that this was to kill the insects on
the trees, and that it worked effectively,
tut do not know what the solution used was.
With regard to the preservaUon of the
trees of the public parking. In view of the.
fact of a lack of money, I would suggest
that the Commissioner of Agriculture have
his own men to look after them as individ
uals do their own trees "
James L. Pugb, Jr., ateiftant attorney
for the District: "Arothcr evidence of the
progres'lvcness of The Times, and I cer
tainly bo.e the movement will result in
care being taken of the trees. There is
nothing that adds to much to the attrac
Uveuess of our city us ltr beautiful shade
trees, and the sight of deadened trunks,
where t"ie flourishing trees now ctacd,
would be a serious drawback to the ap
pearauce of Washirgton. Every one ehould
lie publlc-spiriud enough to take an in
terest In it, at lcart, tbe trees in the
immediate neighborhood of hi residence;
but as thcro aro many who are not, the
Tree ProticUve League will be a good way
to get at them."
COKONER HAMMETT IS ONE.
Dr. C. M. Hunimctt, coroner of the Dis
trict: "I indorse the movement ttarted
by The Times most heartily. I have noticed
myself a great many dead branches on the
trees this summer, although in mott places
I bae thought the foliage rathtr thick
and flue. But there undoubudlj exists the
necessity for adopting protective measures
to prevent the killing oJf of the btautiful
shade trees that line our streets, by
insects, and the Tree ProtecUve League
is an excellent idea, if the public moneys
for such purposes are exaausted. I think
the matter should receive the attention
of Congress, however, and sufficient ruouej
appropriated to properlj take care of our
trees. But, unUl this is done, you may
count me a member of the Tree ProtecUve
Mr. William J. Frlzzell, cx-president of
the Northeast Citizens' Association: "I
believe, with every one else, that the arbo
real feature of the city is its chief attrac
tion, but undoubtedl) tbe northeast section
has not been as highly favored as other
portions of the city. Those trees we have
in many streets have been neglected and be
come stunted and shaggy. Eery effort
should be wade to preserve our trees. Not
long ago 1 addressed the chairman of tbe
parking commission regarding some sickly
trees near my bouse, but received no re
sponse. There is, I notice, a great defolia
tion, and if there is a remedy it should be
applied, and it the District is not able to do
it. The Times' suggestion that eacli man
take a tree and be responsible for its thrift
Is a good one. You may put me down as a
member of The Times Tree Protection
Mr. W. E. Cbandee,: "I think more atten
tion should be paid the trees along the side
walks and in the parks by those having
authority over them. I get rid of lneecls al
most as soon as they appear on my trees.
When I discover eggs of insects, which
are alwas laid on tbe under side of tbe
leaves, I cut the leaf off at once and destroy
tbe egg. I am of the opinion that in very
many cases where trees are injured the
danger could be atrted by proper atten
tion at the season when the pests start on
their tours of depredation."
Mr. Fred W. Rojcc, or the firm ofRoyce
& Marean, Epeaks emphatically of the wrong
in allowing trees to be injured bejond
recover before tbe effort is made to prevnet
it. While he docs not condemn any person
for neglect In this direction, yet he feels
that the responsibility is upon some one
who is authorized to keep a watchful eye
oicr these District and general government
beautlficrs. The Tree Protection League
meets with his approval, and be praises
Cnpt. George J. Flebegcr, Engineer De
partment: "The commission should have
more money. The magnificent trees that
linctlicstrectsandaenuesappeal to tbead-
mlraUon of every visitor, and the work of.
extending the feature should be prosecuted
"Trees are often thrown away," he says,
"for want of funds Willi A hich to meet
the expense of planting, and for want of
wire trees arc Jn many sections of the city
so exposed that horses have free access to
them, and many of the best trees arc thus
N Bunch, No. 314 Eighth street: "Some
measures should be taken not only for pre
serving the trees nnd protecting them from
tho pests, but also for keeping the parks
clear of rubbish. There is one little piece
of parking right In front of the police court
and ubder the eye of police headquarters
thai I consider is left at all limes in a dis
" The grass plat is full of paper and other
trash, and people wonder over the plat at
"Yes, I am In favor of securing an ap
propriation sufficient for the needs of tho
parking commissioa The trees are of great
value to tbe city, and the e. pensc of pro
curing and planting them ought not to be
lost through, lock of funds for their pro
tection. "If not that, why The Times' Tree. League
is a splendid idea."
DTJTJr OF THE .CITIZEN
Col. "Wright, RegUler . Trilla: "I
Until eleven to-night p
Ladies' and Gents'
Will be sold '
At Almost Your Own Price!
You'll Do Well
To Look Ahead
a little find out what Carntti and Furniture youllioeed ia to
Fall. Dot them now wails that Odds and Ends tale of oars Is on.
You'll pick up just the thing you want and pay about half what
it usually eoita.
I Lansburgh's "Rink,"
t New York Avenue, bet. 13th andi4th Sts.
J Agency for the Celebrated Columbia Automatic Filter.
believe that owners of property -who have
trees in front of their houses are the ones
to make war against the caterpillars and
"It Is very evident that something should
be dono immediately, for I notice in a num
ber of places that the trees are prematurely
losins their leaves In view of the fact that
there is no public fund at band, the quickest I
and best way out of tbe difficulty I tnink
is, as I said, for individuals to go to work
to sac their own trees
"I don't know what can be done with
trees in the public parkings. Of course,
we would all hate to see them lost, but
It surely looks like the citizens of Wash
ington should not be made to expend their'
money on them when Congress does not
treat us any too well, anyhow. It looks
like a great rich government should be
able to protect Its trees."
"The parking commission should devire
some means to save the trecf," said Mr.
F. L. Williams. "Even if they havo not
the available funds tho persons in that
department should at least suggert some
manner to exterminate the plague. Of
course, I have noticed the unutual depre
dations made by imtcts,and action should
not long be delayed. Let the park commis
sioners suggect something and then let
everybody do all in their power to help
out. Save the trees by all means."
Johu ltldout, the lawyer: "I think the
solution of the difficulty Is, as Tbe Times
suggests, for the citizens to look after
the trees In front of their own houses, on
suggestions made by tbe park commission
ers. Let the officials suggest and the
people act. In tills scientific age there
should be some poitoo that will kill tbe
"In the public reservations the officials
In the parlous departments can certainly
find enough money In some fund or funds
to preserve the trees around their grounds.
It surely would take no great outlay of
money and no long time to get rid of the
plague, aud it ought to be done."
FLOATING C TIIE RIVER.
Body of un Unknown Colored Man
Found at the Wharf.
The body of an unknown colo red man was
found floating in the river off tho wharf
of the steamer City of Richmond about 7
o'clock this morning. The man had evi
dently been in the water several hours.
The police of the Fourth precinct and the
coroner were notified, and the body was
removed to tbo morgue, where It will bo
held to await Identification. The coroner
will view the body this afternoon and In
vestigate the- circumstances.
Bo sure and buy tbe great Sunday
Times, 20 pages, 3 cents.
Licenses to marry have been issued as
Arthur W. Garvon, of Westmoreland
county., Va., and Lulie V. Fletcher, of
Prince William county, Va.
George L. Tarbell and Lydla O. Collins.
Dr. GeorgeC. liann and Clara V. Walker,
both of Baltimore.
Bo Huro and buy tlio great Sundny
TiincH, 20 pugen, .1 ccutm.
Comedy by Amateurs.
The Young People's Union of the Feo
plo's Church held a business meeting last
evening at the residence of the Itev. Dr.
Alexander Kent. After tbe affairs of
the union were discussed. Home of the
members entertained their friends by a
one-act farce-comedy entitled, "Dearest
Mama." Those taking part were Miss
McGce, Miss Sblrly Potter and Miss Met
calf; 'Messrs. Will Kent, McGee, Wancn
Bo sure and boy tlio great Snnday
Times, 20 pages, 3 cents.
The aieuu Tiling.
"Woman's intuition," tays the corn-fed
philosopher, "is easily explained. When
she guesses right she talks about it for the
next three or four weeks, and when the
guesses wrong the talks so fast about some
thing ilse that j ou forget she ever guested."
Be miro and buy tbe great Sunday
Times, 20 pages, 3 cents.
A Truthful Saying.
"Well," muttered the collector, as he
sank wearily into a chair and turned to
his eruplojer, "there is one old taring that
I cau vouch for."
"What Is it?"
"The one says 'You never find a man out
till you trust him.' ' Atlanta Conitltution.
Bo snre aud boy tbe great Sunday
Times, 20 pages, 3 cents.
Wife What do you mean by corning homo
In this condition? Tou promised that you
would only driuk two fingers of rye this
Hubby Right you (hie) are! I drank It
oat of a (hlc) bating-pau. Now York-World.
115 Axmtnsters 97 cent yard.
f 1.50 Moquettoa-83 cents yard.
I 15 Wilton Velrets TO cents yard.
tV.t Hod J Brussels 47 cents yard.
fl 00 Tapestry Brussels M cents yard.
Tables, Chairs, Sideboards, Combination Bookcase
and Desk, Combination Desk and Wardrobe and Hm
White hnamol and Brass Beds at from Si to U their
regular ngurea Every sale must be cash prices are
too Ion to allow credit
THOSE WHO WHITE.
Tbe novel which S. R. Crockett is writing
has for a hero a Highlander exiled in Hol
land, and r to be called "Lochlnvar."
George Du Maurler has finished tbe first
chnpter of a new book, which, it Is said,
will be a love story.
Prof. Dana used to say that as soon as a
book em bod yingtbu latest resultoof geology
is off the press 11 Is out of date.
Alphonse Daudet's opinion of Mr. H. M.
Stanley: "He is the largest reservoir of hu
man energy known to me since Napoleon.
I admire him, I think, more than anything
In the R oriel."
Bartbelemy 81. Hllalrc, who Is ninety
years of age, will soon publish two thick
octavo volumes on Victor Cousin's phllos
ophy. The celebrated translator of Aris
totle is out of doors every morning atS.
The Shakespearean Is a ne w monthly mag
azine milted by Librarian A. H. Wall, of
the Shakespeare memorial at 6tratford-on-Avon,
He begins a new life of Shakes
peare. A scries Is also Inaugurated of bi
ographies of Xamous Shakespearean play
ers. Bran! Stoker, pleasantly known In Boston
as Henry Irring's-tuanager. has followed
up hU warm appreciation of Ian MacLuren
by himself writing as Aberdonian story,
The author of "Coin" Is coining money
by tbesaleof hlsparuphlcc Heissaidtobe
making $500 a day outof Hand seems to
have hit upon a financial system which Is
perfectly satisfactory, as far as he is per
William Morris is' almost the only one
left of the original! pre-Raphaelites. He
is now In his 61st year. His poems are less
widely known than his relation to textile
manufactures, gloss and bookmaking. A
reflection In some measure of tbe type of
'which Leonardo da Vinci and Michael
Angelo are still higher exemplars, his
sense of beauty has been carried Into every
thing hand or pen has touched. His twin
muses, tbe one of literature, the other of
practical arts, have worked in happy sister
hood for more Uian a generation.
B. W. Yeats, tbe young Irish poet, is
mentioned as reminding one of Stevenson.
He wears a scarlet sarh and sombrero In
the streets of Dublin and bos a ."tall,
wollowy frame, with the tint In his cheeks
of the wild olive." And if you stop in the
street this mixture of the olive and the
willow "with t question as to the weather
behold! he will "dreamily spin you a fable
out of the Cetiic twilight or reel off a sad
The novelist, Pierre Zaccone, whose death
at Morlalx, in his tcvccty-nlnth year.'has
been reportrd, was tbe con of an Italian
officer in Napolton's army, and was born
atDouai. He was one otthoEO feuilletonists
of whom nobody ever spoke, though his
name was constantly at tbe ends of feullle
tons.and be made far more money than any
illnslrlousauthor. He could, at a few hours'
notice, begin a serial novel and furnish the
cxaclquantity of words wanted day by day.
WUI'am Watson's new and comparatively
long poem, which has not yet reached us,
but notices of which appear In the Englich
papers. Is "highly praised by the Spectator.
Tbe poem is entitled, "Hymn to the Sea."
The Spectator says: "There Is not a lino
in it -which is not a great line.
In this noble poem,mistermcd a hymn, but
all the more wonderful for the purely
imaginative charader-Df its splendor, wo
arc greatly mistaken it all competent
critics will rot recognize at last that wo
have among us another of the really great
masters of English fong."
Bo sure aud buy tbe great Sunday
Times, 20 pages, 3 cents.
Olio of Many Pleasures.
Jack "Wen, there is one pleasure which
a rich man has that is denied us."
Tom "What's that?"
Jack "He can talk to a girl about the
opera without having a cold sweat break
out on him for fear she'll want him to take
Bo sure and buy; -tbe great Sundny
Times, 20 pages,. 3 cents.
Mrs Crlmsonbeat "That Mrs. Bacon
is a very contrary person, don't you think?
Mrs. Yeast "What makes you think
" Why, only yesterday she gavo a B o'clock
tea at4o'clockand bad nothing bat cocoa."
Yonkers Statesman .
' Be snre nud boy 'tbe great Sunday
Times, 20 pages. 3 cents.
Tommy ' Mirlno Fancy.
The scales arranged npon the fish
Like suluglca,' roughly speaking.
Are thug put on by nature to
"tevent thu tlU from leaking..
Hisses' ftlOTuLutf to
One of our manufactur
ers made 2SO Pairs more
Misses Tan Laced Shoes
for us than we ordered.
Sooner than have them
returned he allowed us to
keep them at a low
enough, price so that we
could sell them to you
At 95c a Pair.
These Shoeaare well made of
good wearing Tan Ola led Ooat
and cheap at HLoO. Slica 11 to 2,
D width. Better get a pair this
WM. HAHN & CO.'S
Bailable Shoe Uouaes,
930and 932 Seventh St.
1914 and 1916 Pa. Ave.
233 Pa. Ave. S. E.
SOc Japuned Bread Boies 19c
? 39c Steel-lace Flatirons 17c
f 7Mkfis DlRiwSniiu 2SC
t Best Mar full Tabs. 50, 60,70c I
9 OR iWnnfarf Tnilal Cafe 1 76
J 51.59 4-gal. Water Coolers - - - - 96c
Hats worei uoMhogio .ec
CopperMooiWasu Boilers... 68c
(All sizes.) 9
Table Oilclotli 15c yd!
Great House rornlsh or,
439 Seventh St.
WILL BE A rHECEDEXT.
Katberlne Allen's Caxc Postponed In
tbo Police Court.
Katberlne Allen, tbe girl charged with
violating a section of tbe health ordl
nances in carrying a dead body through
the streets, as stated in Thursday morn
lng'sUmes, was arraigned In court to
day before Judge Scott.
It was the first case of the kind ever pre
scmedln the police court, however, and
as tbe regulations were not thooght'to ap
ply to a foetus, the case was Indefinitely
continued. Tbe defendant's personal bond
were taken to appear when wanted, and ah
Ho mire and bny tbo great Snnday
Time, 20 pttgex, 3 cents.
The receipts from internal revenue to
day were $414,871; from customs $027,
808, and miscellaneous $35,320.
The national bank notes received to-day
for redemption amounted to $172,351.
Be sure and buy tbo great Snnday
Times, 20 pages, 3 cents.
Boyer Will Appear.
Tbe warrant charging Andrew J. Boyer,
proprietor of th c United American, with libel
has not been sent out from the police court
yet, and will not be, as tbe defendant has
agreed to appear In tbe police court Wednes
day and answer to tbe charges against
Bo sure and buy tbe great Sunday
Times, 20 pages, 3 cents.
When he. harassed by debts he owes,
Declares they must economize,
A true wife's spirit then she shows.
And promptly with his wish complies;
To every bargain sale she goes
And b J ys arid buys and buys and buys.
Out of tbo Question.
"You have to get somebody to identify
you," said the paying teller.
"Bat that's impossible!" exclaimed
the presenter of the check. "Since I've
bad this check In my possession I've been
so proud that my mother wouldn't know
me." Boston Transcript.
on our $7.50 Suit Sale
they're the regular
Summer Suits that sold
for $10, $12, and $15,
but that don't save them
from the slaughter.-
you can pick a suit that
will give you excellent
wear, and retain its fit
and appearance until the
"We have a constantly
growing custom depart
M. Dyrenforth & GO
621 Ponn. Ave. N.W.
Under .Metropolitan Hotel.
I wv rrZr& vv wwv
Do you contemplate buying a Piano?
Or would you buy were the inducement
great enough? It is worth dollars and
dollars to you to come to a decision NOW,
while the necessity exists for quickly
closing out many first-class instruments
prior to our occupying our new building
at 925 Penna. ave. An extensive and
complete new stock has been selected for
the opening of the new music palace, and
as the space even there will have its limit,
much of the present stock must be dis
posed of at once. There's a way of do
ing this never known to fail and it's
this: Make the prices low enough. An
opportunity like this for buying a high
grade Piano is not had every day.
tf Qfin Stelnway Grand, In perfect order, having been Clfi
9I0UU entirely renovated J4U
ffCnn Stelnway &. Sons' Upright, brilliant In tone, "the CCfl
(TTC E. Cabler & Bro. Piano, magnificent tone, lock (TQTC
4W1 u pedal, mahogany case (new) P0 f u
TCn B. Cabler It Bro. Piano, all latest patents, ebonlzed COCfl
CCf Brijrgs Piano, antique oak case, tone round and COtl
QCn E. Cabler & Bro. Piano OIK
uUU latest scale, ebonlzed 4)1. 1Q
eqen "Schubert" large massive case and beautiful tone COCfl
tQ1C Marshall & Wendell- ffOfl
4iJU mahogany case 4ZHU
COOK Marshall & Wendell QOQC
$d.Q walnut case 4.Q3
COOK Marshall & Wendell ClCfl
4)03 ebonlzed case J)luU
T0Cn E. Cabler & Bro. Piano COflfl
3u3U 7 oct., elegant condition 4IUU
And 35 other bargains almost at your
Come and look at them!
E. F. DROOP & SONS,
Temporarily 8th and Market Space.
Special Presents in
. . CHINAWARE
Given to every purchaser of Groceries to the value
of one dollar or over.
See the monster reduced price list of Groce
ries in Monday morning's Times.
JOHNSTON'S, 729-731 7th St.
may be needed.
Bight now, in tbe quiet leason,
is tho right time to ho looking
around and buvintr them Hotue-
furniihings, bedroom china tits,
granite ware, gas stoves, all these
we keep and sell very low indeed
very, very low.
Or perhaps a small table a hat
rack a clock a lamp a folding
bed a refrigerator may be nec
essary to make your honse quite
When you've nothing to do take
a walk through our store.
Mayer & Pettit,
415 7th St. N. W.
HIS rr.RMIT DENIED.
Frosiiectlve Bnildor Thwarted by the
Mr. E. J. Newton, of No. 1820 K street
northwest, to-day applied for a permit to
construct a corner building adjoining tbe
Mr. Newton applied for nnd procured
In March last a permit for the construction
of the dwelling on one of the two lots owned
by him. He was not then ready to put up
both buildings, and therefore deferred the
application for the Eccond.
When he called to-day be was Informed
that a permit could not be Issued unless he
should make the structure four feet sliorter
than the other, for the reason that since
the first was built tbe regulations bad
been amended, increasing the rear area to
ten feet, and tils building admits ot but
Under the circumstances , In spector Brady
' was obliged to deny tho application.
,fcn j" -",
we hara received 133 more Floe Suits to
be placed on sale at once. 1 hose are a
farthei lot purchased by our Mr. Garner
on bis trip, and aro in addition to tho
first 100 Suits already announced and
Is the prlco of Item oil no matterwnat
tney were rnaJo to retail lor originally.
All are new. fine goods, well made,
strongly sewed, well lined and finished.
Slniewe first adrertised this rale ve
hare been kept Tory busy, so come
I Garner & Co., f
f OUTFITTERS, ?
J N. E. Cor. 7th and H. J
SPEAKE KEEPING D.V11K.
Police TJ liable to Sero the Warrant
lather TV. Speare, president if tlio New
Alexandria Improvement Company, for
whom a warrant, charging him with false
pretenses has been issued, 1103 not ; ct been
Detective I.accy has the warnrntj and
Hall, the colored man from Wioiu Bpeare
Is alleged to have obtained Uic iiony,may
go to Alexandria to-day and wr-.ir nut a
warrant there. If he does It will be
served on Spcaro at his alleged town, and
ho will be tonight hero to answer the
cliagcs in the police court.
Be Btiro and tiny tlio great Snnday
Times, SO puges, 3 cents.
"Mornliic; Times snlicrlbers can bare
Tlie Evening Timet delivered free
for ouu wook br making request at
tlio ofllco. Thin offer hold tor OHlT
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