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Fall Suit will be needed -verys shortly now.
When you get ready j:ome and seeour line. It's the
prettiest and best we ever had. Good, honest yalue,
too, in each and every garment. Suits at $10, 12,
$ 1 5, $ 1 8, $20, and up to $40 A big variety of
styles, patterns and fabrics in each grade.
. Fall Overcoats, New Hats, Correct
Styles in Shoes. Furnishings of every description,
too, are ready, a'choice assortment of the best makes
at less than other people's prices.
Our $3.00 Derby is the peer of any Hat in
America at that price.
Robinson, Chery & Co
I2TH AND F STS.
We have made ourselves
a name for
Any one dealing- with us
may rest assured that they
arc getting- as' much as
money will buj".
we have in great variety and
in all qualities at univer
bally low prices.
Gash or Credit.
We do not put up the
prices if you wibh credit.
layer & Peftit,
415 Seventh St. N. W.
JIHS. AXXA GHAHAJI DHAD.
She Succumb ton Stroke of Paralysis
Itocelv el Tucnduy.
Mrs. Anna Graham', wire-of Cliaunccy Ora
hara and mother urChaunceyG. cirahjinund
Cliarles II. Graham," .vim was stricken with
paralysis on Tuesday, died to day at bur
sun's residence, No 3U28 Cambridge l'lace,
Mie was born in 11 mouth, Conn , in the
early days of tlic republic, and through a
Ions life of uful actlMtlcs ejcimpliikil
in her character all tlic eltnii nts that const!
tute a thoroughly patriotic and Christian
She was a member of the West Street Pres
SsTHUCK. HV A CAIt.
Illiulciislmrir Mhii Hurt on tlloNililll
Street I.lno. I J.
Joseph Anthon Flohrer. of Bladensburg, jj:
icl, lvas seriously injuieti aitoui n o uuuk
to-dtv at the corner of Ninth and E streets
Mr. Flohrer left his home this morning
to transit some business In the city, and jj
WI1UO .rOv3iilK 1UUI 9UITL HIS liuioc w
camc frightened at one of the electric
cars of the Metropolitan line and, being
unable to cvntrolthe animal, suffered a
collision, resulting In his receiving severe
Dr A. C. Merriam rendered the neees- J
rary medical attention. ine mans in
juries consisted of teveral scalp wounds,
but he was able to leave for his home
In Bladensfcurg late in the day.
For Hope and Help Mission.
The V. I. S. C. E., of the First Presby
terian Church, gavo a sociable and pound
party Friday eenlng for the benefit of
Uie Hope and Help Mission. The liberal
donations were tnkm charge of by James
L. Norrls, to be delivered to the mission.
to show you the most complete line of Furniture, Carpets,
Upholstery Goods, Lace Curtains, Portieres, Wall Papers, etc., to
be found in the city we 'have been busy the past week opening up
new goods, and now have them ready for your inspection, in our
Mammoth Show Room (first floor),
covering an area of over 25,000 square feet the largest one-floor
show room in the United States.
PARLOR SUITES, over 100 styles to select from, in framed,
over-stuffed and Marquette styles, upholstered in Silk Damask,
Silk Brocatelle, Satin Damask and Silk Tapestry. Prices to suit
CHAMBER SUITES in Mahogany, Curled Birch.Bird's Eye
Maple and Oak in all the newest designs. Dressers with'
square, oval and shaped beveled French plate mirrors. Suites
$15 to $200.
CARPETS Don't buy'your carpets until you see ours. We
have no hesitancy in saying we are showing as fine a line of
Wiltons, Wilton Velvets, Axminsters, Tapestries, Velvets,
Body and Tapestry Brussels, and Ingrain Carpets, Art Squares,
Rugs, etc., as can be found in the city Quality and Price Gnar
untccd. UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT Especial attraction has
been given this department in selecting all Jthe latestnovelties
in Brussels, Swiss, .Irish Point and Nottingham Lace Curtains,
Portieres, Upholstery Goods, Silks, etc. Nottingham Laces,
7Sc pair up; Irish Point Laces, $2.25 pair up; Swiss Curtains,
$3.90 pair up.
WALL PAPER 100,000 rolls Wall Paper just received,
Examine our stock and get our estimate "before placing your
order. Prompt work, lowest prices and best workmanship
Three Reasons Why You Should Buy at The Rink:
1st Its accessibility all the streetcar lines pass by or within
one square of the Rink.
2d The Largest Stock in the city to select from.
3d The Lowest Prices, Cash or Credit. "
The Julius Lansburh
Furniture and Carpet Co.
NEW YORK AVE., Bet 13th and 14th Sts.
SONS OF YETERANS DEPART
They Follow Other Patriotic Socie
ties to the Land of tho South.
His Deleinitloii Leaves for tlio Four
teenth Aimuul Encampment of -till'
Order ut Knoxvillc.
The attendance at the fourteenth annual
encampment of the Sous of Veterans at
Knnxvllle, Tcnn., September 1G to lO.prom
isc3 to equal that of any oilier encumpnunt
held b the order since its organization
Tho Washington delegation left this aft
ernoon at 3-1C o'clock. The trip will Lo
up the Shenandoah to Luray, where a stop
oer nill be made to visit the cave. Nest
morning they will pass through the niount
tains of North Carolina and EastTenuessce
by way of Bristol. They will arrive at 4:43
p in. Sunday.
Dr. John H. Necly, a prominent physician
of Washington, will bo presented for com-mauder-ln
chief of the order. lie is very
popular with the Sou,- and his chances of
election are considered very faorab!e.
Among those in the Washington delega
tion were C. S. Davis, delegate at large;
J. 11. Wilson and P. T. P. Johnson, delegates;
Fast Commanders Miles W. Uoss, John K.
Necly, E. It. Campbell and Otto L. Suess,
Mrs C. h. Davis, FrahW A. AWiite, E. W.
Held. Walter Fisher, A. ltlchardsou, J. I,.
Newman, Capl. J Mvers, W. Sabln, Miss
Knte Webber, prt-ldcnt of the Ladies Aid
j Socicl ; Miss Almlra V Brown and Mrs.
I The encampment will include the Ladles'
' Aid So;lety, an auxiliary to theSons.simllar
to that of the Woman's Relief Con's of
the Grand Army or the Republic.
There are In this District eight camps.
Gens. John A. Logan, Phil Kearney, George
II. Thomas, John C. Fremont, Lieut. W. li.
Cushing, and Capt, W. B. Klrg, composed of
w bite sors; Andrew Callioux, Gen. Kusia-Il
A. Alger, and Fran!; A. AVhlte, composed
of colored koiis.
The Washington Sons belong to the divi
sion of Maryland, which takes In the
i States of Delaware, Maryland, Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, and the
District of Columbia.
Nothing but th necessity or
Belli nc all the stxt w'vo
cot on hand and doing It
quickly, too could over
make such deep cats pos
sible tverytnlng to fur
nish a home. Everything
Honse & Herrmann,
117, 919, 021. 923 7th St.
CJI1 .Mass. Ave.
TdP-3 IHi f -.-. I
"itellabla Shoe On
ly." 'the bost In
America at tho price
and will save
At 75c, SI.OO, $1.25,
tellable Shos Ilousca.
030 and 032 7th St. K.W..
10I4nntI 1010 l'n. Avc.XW.
And 233 Pa. Ave s. j;.
LAZELLE WAS B&GK .GUN
Liquor Brought the Poor Old
Man Before the Judge.
WAS LET OFF WITH A FINE
Whole Family Told How Jlmuilo Col
ter Throw StoncH mid Unci tho
YounshttT Fliipd Charles Watson
Flm-d for IiiKiiltlns: a Lady on tho
Street Vhkh and Disorderlies.
An old tlino friend of the court leaded
the list of offenders thU morning In Judge
It was Gcu. iV. E. Lozelle. The iioor
fellow was under the" influence of liquor
again yeeterday. The JuiIec took pity ou
him and gao him an hour to go out and
collect Ilia fine.
AVilllain Gulhrldgc was tlcn called to
answer to the charge of profanity. -William"
was drunk and made such a row that Offi
cer Wheeler's attention was attracted while
he was half a square off. The iiri.oner
Etitl had his bottle with hhn this morning.
"I had aloutrio or fix drinks and was
about half-drunk, and bought a bottle of
whisky w take home with me," hcesplalned.
'Ton dollars fine," said the judge.
rive j oung dark colored boys then lined
up for disorder!) conduct. Fred Coleman,
Itotwrt Wilson, James I'lper, William Camp
bell, nil pleaded not guilt. The bojs were
all fighting on Meridian Hill and Keuo"
Campbell threw a stone and ran.
"Den Itailrnad Junied up and struck
Keno," oIunleercd one.
"Which is 'Itailroad:'" inquired the
They were fined S3 apiece.
WHOLE FAMILY THERE.
A German r.imllj, conisting of the
father, his wire with a six ruoiillis old
baby in hcrarrm, and nnotlienvitness with
a fhcmnuths-old tiaby in her arms, charged
Jinimle Colli r, who Is about, six 3 ears
old, with throning clones.
The dialect of the comphiliiicg witnesses
caused a good deal of trouble, but it was
finally &lrafghteued out and the boy fined
two dollar.-., which his father paid.
William Steane. o colored man, and
Frank Hall, a wMtc man, were found
sleeping in a freight car.
"What Is your business?" .
"MaihiuUt," said Halt
"Let's see your hands," nsked the Judge.
HallaUo bad a razor about hlni, but as
he was on the roail-lo North Carolina t r
judge let hlni off with a promise to leavc
town within an hour, but dnl not give
hlni tack the razor.
"Have you anything to say, William?"
A pair of crap thootffrs then darkened
the witness box.
"What lune yi got to far atiout that
game of crap?" Inquired Judge Kimball
"Didn't see no game of crap; we was In
The other boy didn't want to tay any
thing. "Ten dollars each," echoed the Judge
Frank Cornstark pleaded guilty towalklng
ou the grass in Seaton Park. The old man
stuttered in the excitement, when the clerk
haid'Thccourtflnesyou SO." Hccxplained
to the Judge that he would leae town at
once it he -would let him off, and his honor
1AIK OF TOPSIES. h
Two dusky Topsies then stepped up with
an injured air and aid they were not guilty
of disorderly assembly. The officer had five
wintesses and the prisoners six. Iiellevue
Court was the scene of the excitement.
Sarah Koblnson asked Mary Taylor:
"Gimme a cracker?"
"Don't like you no more, fo you don't
gimme no tea," said Mary.
Parah then called Mary a bad name, and
the latter chased the former into Lucy
Paine's backyard. Lucy and the colored
lawyer had r. fite minutes' tussle and Lucy
got the best of it. The -whole line of
Brightwood's female contingent, dressed up
in their Sunday clothes, then tecstified on
one side or the other.
"Just abbreviate those epithets," said
the counsel for the defense. "The Judge
don't like to hear them." This to one of
the "ladies," who -was repeating the lan
guage that was used during the altercation.
Mr. Proctor then testified In behalf of
Mary and Sarah both got the usual fine
HE INSULTED A WOMAN.
Charles E. Watson, -who was arrested last
night and locked up in the First precinct
station house on complaint of the husband
of the lady -whom ho Insulted on therner
or Ninth and E streets northwest during the
afternoon, -was fined S25 or sixty days
for his ungentlemanly actions.
The young lady was tuinding in front
of the drug store, -waiting for her husband,
who had Just stepped Into the store.
Watson stepped up and addressed her,
and she told him to mind his business, she
did not know him, and Watson then cursed
her. Just then the husband came upon the
scene, and upon complaint of his wife,
pursued Watson and had him arrested.
Watson denied the story In court this morn
ing, but the Judge did not seem to believe
'Watson Is a -wayward son of a widow
who is a clerk in one of the Departments,
and lives at Falls Church. The family
Is well connected and this boy has caused
his mother a great deal of worry and trou
ble. TO PREVENT A SALE.
Joseph S. Boss Begins Salt to Enforce
nn Alleged Contract.
Joseph S. Buss t i-day brought suit against
Martin V. Webb and others to enjoin them
from Incumbering or disposing of lot 7,
bquare 1108, during the pendency of the
complainant's suit for $107 yet due him
on a contract for the erection off our houses
on the premises described.
It is also asked that Mr. Webb be required
to execute a deed of conveyance to Boss of,
a portion of the lot, In accordance with a
Throe Thousand Soldier Dead.
Paris, .Sept. 14. The Eclair publishes
dispatches from Madagascar which assert
that aOOO French soldiers nave died Id
Madagascar since the "French expedition
began operations against the Hovas: The
dispatches also say It-Js not likely that.
Antananarivo, tke Hora capital, will be
occupied by the French before spring.
The Koy to
our touocesa. r
These articles will be given on the new Premium Cards now being given out: Hundred
piece Decorated Dinner Sets, Eight-day Cathedral Clocks, larga Banquet Lamps, Fine
Home Sofas, 56-piece Tea Sets, Easy Rocking Chairs, Large Attractive Albums. Many
other splendid premiums beside those we have just named
Fresh Meats of every kind. Sirloin Steak, Porterhouse, Round Steak, Rib Roast Beef, Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables of greatest variety. Advantages in' Prices which everyone will appreciate.
Large size Bags Salt, 2 for
Bon p Powder
Fat Smoked Bloaters, each
Corfee Kbsenc-e. per box
Toilet Soap, Miller's Cake
Bixby's Small Blacking
Mucilage, Dc. size
Iroii-hlne Stove Polish
Largo Lump Sturcii
Hiar Soap, cake
Ro-eLoar Soap, dry 2earsold.. ..
Brown boap, lougbnrs
boa pine, package
Brooks' Crystal fcoap
dinger biiap, perpounct
PoU Crackert, per pound
Cream Crackers, per pound
Joluiiluti'ho o leaft Powder .. ., ..
Itlce, large grain, lb
Dried Bean, lb
J. B. BakingPowder, 1-4 poundtins..
Small Lemon Extiacts
Small UlaseK Mustard
Chloride of Lime, fmall boxes
Toilet Soap, faucyrake
Patent Laumlrs Vux
UbjiiigSun Sloc Polish.
Small Oil Saidiucs, tan
Tapioca, lcose, lb
Large WholcNutruegs, 0 for
LargePiut Bottle Blue
Ball Blue, in boxc.tach
Picnic SUc Baked Beau 3
Hunter's MuMard Dreading, large .. ..
Water Lily Soap, largc'sle
Pint Bjtllei Catsup
Celery bait, bottle
AlubuHer Starch, package
Koot Ueer, perbotile
Pride of Lgj pi Cigars
Ectwlu Booth Cigars .. .-
Scotch hnufi, per box
Ammonia, large buttles
La rgcCa 11 Tomatoes first quality.. ..
Canned Com, per can
Canned Peas, iiereau
String H"au.i, per can
Lima Beau, perc-an... ..
Canned Succotash, can
I'otted Tongue, nn.ill
S lb package Best Oats - .-
Corn starch, package
Barley, per lb .. -
Plcklei, In bottles.. .?
Potted ham, small
Loose Lard, lb.. ..
Mc-Nacs. per pound
Uottled Jamaica, Oinger
Ladle-ritoy.il Shoe Polish
Mendeloif Powdered Le f
Wholeflnves, 1-1 pound
(5 round Clove. 1-4 pound
Ground Aliipicc, 1-1 pound
Saltpeter, 1-4 pound
Cream Tartar. 1-4 pound ,.
Celery Seed, 1-4 pound
tiroiiml Uinirer, 1-4 pound
Caraway Seed, 1-4 pound
Whole Allspice, 1-4 nound.. .. ..
THEY 3IUST GO TO SEA.
Xnvnl ConxtructorM Will He Olvcn a
Tuxtc of bailor Life.
The narrow escape of the cruler Co
lumbia from fcrious damage through care
less dry-docking and the court martial
of her commanding officer for negligence
has resulted In sopie Important additions
to the naval regulations to protect thins
the captain of tome of his present responsi
bility. The changes will make some difference
In the duties of young assistant naval
constructors. Secretary Herbert says
there is too little known by constructors
of the actual requirements of a thip when
in commission, and that men are now in
charge of certain work at tea which should
be in care of men of the construction corps.
The young constructors will, therefore,
be aEslgned to the general fleets In the order
of their entry Into the service, and each one
given ample opportunity to study every
feature of a vessel when In active service.
Tbey will be held responsible for the
construction work on beard, and wlllsuper
intend the docking of all vctFels when In
foreign waters Each station is lo have
an officer of ibe corps assigned to It, who
is to be ordered from one vessel to another
until be has seen duty on them all. The
term ofeach constructor at sea wlllprobably
be limited lo one car, to that all the junior
members will In turn have the experience
the Secretary desires them to receive.
The effect of the order -will be to greatly
cramp the corps, and already the chief con
structor Is embarrassed by its compara
tively small number, considering the scope
construction work has taken in late years.
The Secretary, to meet this trouble, will
probably increase the number of cadets
sent abroad each year for foreign instruc
tion so as to bring the corps up to the num
ber necessary for the service.
In abundance here all ready
for school wear the roughest kind
of wear, indeed. You 11 find onr
boy's shoes reliable and wearable-
best. In fact.
Prices Range Like
HATBAWAY, SOULE HARKIXG
TOX'S Patent Leather Shoes for Men
The New Puff Toe Calf Shoe f or m en.
Should be $7.
Cooled by electric fans,
939 Pennsylvania Ave.
lillll . CK0CKEK. nil.
Ground Pepper, 1-4 pound 8c
Yellow Mustard Seed, 1-4 pound.. .. 8c
Ground Muttard, 1-4 pound 8c
Ground Cinnamon, 14 pound 8c
Ground Mace, 1-U pound Sc
Whole Mace, 1-8 pound 8c
Ground Cayenne Pepper, 1-4 pound 8c
Whole Pepper, 1-4 pound 8c
rrultPuildliio. all flavors 8c
Illrerh'ft Hauco 8c
J. H. linking Powder, 1-2 pound tins Pc
Large Lemon Extracts 10c
Large Vanilla 10c
Quart Bottles Catsup 8c
New Figs, per lb IBc
Gen. Arthur Cigars 10c
Good Steak 8 and luc
Itice Flour, per package 8c
Elgin Star Condcnxeil Milk, can.. .. 8c
Hixby'a Large Hlncklng 8c
OhveJ, per bottle 8c
Large Mustard Sardines 8c
Sago, per package 8c
I'm Back, for seasoning 8c
Western Shoulder 8c
Mixed Candy, per pound 8c
Ivory (Elephant. Head) Starch.. .. 8c
Diamond Starch (needs no blue) .. 8c
Tapioca. per package 8c
Farina, pound package 8c
OlUo Oil. small .. .. 8c
Early June Peas 8c
Stick Candy, all flavors 8c
Bed Seal Lye, can 10c
Large French Prunes 10c
Labrador Herring, dozen 10c
XewYork Cnam Biscuit 10c
Lemon Cakes 10c
MilkLunch Biscuits 10c
Mixed Nuts, best : .. 10c
California Evaporated Peaches.. .. 12o
California Evaporated Pears.. .. 12c
California Evaporated Apples.. .. 12c
-New I'rnuelH 12c
Chalmers Gelatine 10c
Large Silver Prunes 12c
California Evaporated Apricots.. .. 12c
California Evaporated Tangerines.. 12c
Chicory, lb 10c
He l Cream Cheese, II 12c
LantcrnJart Sirup, pints 12c
Large Bottles Catsup IBc
General Arthur Cigars, large 10c
Old Dominion Tobacco, large 10c
Gravcley'sBest Tobacco 10c
. FOB FD5II COMAIISSION-EH.
IeiuiKlvuiila FIkIi Association Pre
Heiits it Candidate.
The Pennsylvania Fish Protective Asso
ciation, of which II. O. Wilbur is presd'ent
and M. G. Sellers, secretary, at Its last
meeting adopted a resolution Indorsing
the application of Henry C. Ford for the po
sition of United" States Commissioner of
Fisheries. The- association gives these
reasons for its unqualified indorsement:
"Bis service for nearly ten years as a
member and president of the Pennsylvania
Fisli Commission; the great success of his
ndminiustrntion of that position; his ex
ecutive ability and his thorough knowledge
of fish culture, have attested to his effi
ciency and render him eminently qualified
to fill the office made vacant by the death
of lion. Marshall MacDonald.
that we are the only
concern in Washing
ton operating our own
factory? It's at 12"
White street, New
York, and there we
make all our Boys'
and Children's Cloth
ing. Special Trices for To-day
Men's Snirs, nicely made .S3.00
Men's suits -- -85
Men's Extra Fine Double
breasted Salts 5.00
Elegant Clay Worsted Suits
for evening dress- 0.05
Men's Imported French Trt-
cutt Suits 7.85
Jovs' Milts, $3.12; worth S0.OO.
Bojs Suits. -S3.00; worth S8.00.
Boys' Suits, S4.25; worth SO. 00.
Over 5,000 Children's Suits, fifty
styles, at 00c-
300 Children's Suits, S1.25,worth
5O0 Children's Suits. $1.62,worth
2 0 0 Children's Combination
Suits, extra pants and cap to match,
$1 00. worth $5.00.
200 Children's Salts, extra fine
quality. $2.40:cal value, $5.30.
Dress Pants, 00 cents.
All-wool Pants, SI. 25.
Neat Stripes In Blue, Gray and
500 -Pairs of Men's Corduroy.
Pants,' best grade, $1.85.
Ninth & E Sts. N. W.
ASK FOR PREMIUM CARD.
Best Granulated Sugar
Breakfast Bacon, lb.. , 10c
Raisins, seedless 10c
Home made Egg Noodles, largo-. 10c
Sapolio, large.. 10c
Olives, in class Jars 10c
Candles, Mo. 6, per set 10c
Hemp Clothes Line, 100 feet 0c
Vlnwnr. nor irnllon.. .. .. .. . 10c
PcttiJohn-8 Breakfast Food 10c
American Gelatine He
Humford'sO-oz. YeaslFowder 10c
Canned Oysters, per can 10c
Mother's Baked Beans, can 10c
Ell Pcitljohu's Food, package.. .... 10c
nhlnrnin of Ump. larffe.. .. .. .. .. 10c
Baking Powder. 1-4-lb. cans 10c
Uericctor. the best brass ana sincr
polisher known, package JCc,
Knlsins. California 10c
Italsius. Sultanas 10c
Baby Brand Condensed Milk. can.. .. 10c!
Rnlnt, ffillrnn .. . -- .. .. .. lC!
Imported Sardines, small, key 12c
steak Salmon, lanre riat cans 15c
Flat cans Mackerel, best lGcj
Baltimore Sugar-cured Hams. lb.
Mixed Itlfle Nuts
ball lne Wafers
FrultCrackers(bultanas). per pound..
Graham Wafers, per pound
Vanilla Wafers. pcrpound
Egg Biscuits, per pound
Winter Green Candy
Canned Corn Beef, sliced
1Mb Uoasl of Beefsteak
back Cnrnmeal (Squirrel brand).. ..
Plymouth ltock (both colors) gela-
Campbell's Beefsteak Catsup, pt ..
Cat. PlltedEvaporated Plums. lb.. ..
Imported Spaghetti, perpackage.. ..
Best Fresh Eggs, doz, ,. ..
Criterion Brand Cal Canned Apricots.
Queen & Anderson Jams --
" FOR TO-DA Y
Brand new Goods just in the pick of the
best make of very fine8-oz Imported CLAT DIAG
ONAL Single and double breasted Sacks Cuta
ways Cutaway Frocks beautifullj' made lined
and finished. These suits are a phenomenal bargain.
SOME HEPl7BI.ICAir THUNDER.
Good Tinien Corner.
The Union Republican Club met last
night at Wllhvrd'a Hotel, President Lasler
In the cbalr, Q. S. Emery, eecretary- Forty
twolnemberB -were added to the member
ship, which now numbers about 300.
An effort to make the payment of an ini
tiation fee a condition precedent for actual
Action was taken looking to an Increase
of the committee on State clubs, and a
better representation on. that committee.
The executive committee trill, report on
the subject at the next mcctlns-
President Lasler, who was recenUy a
delegate to the Bhurbamptoa meeting of
tho New York State clube, madc'an lnter-
While Wine Vinegar 3c
California Pears IBo
California Peaches Joe
J.B. Baking Powder. 1-lb. tins. 20o
BluellenMa'chcs, dozen 14c
Cooking Butter 14c
Ground Corfee. per lb - IBC
Smoked Herring, box lBo
Imporledbardiue3,Iarge,-ftltbkcy.. .. 18c
Mrloiu Steak IBc
Witch Hazel, pint bottle 15c
1-32 bbl UoyalFamlly Flour IBc
l-32bbl ElectricLUhtl'inur loc
Imported Surdities in tomato sauce,
per cat!.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. IBc
EazleBraud Condensed Milk. 16c
Lobster, tallcaus.. - .. - - 17c
Cider Vinegar, gallon 17c
Wilbur's Cnocoiate. cake lBo
Porterhouse Steak 18o
Frencn Baklic Powder, 1-2 lb cans.. 100
Lea A Perrln'sW orceslersliire Sauce.. 2Sc
Columbia bouiis Julienne. Consom
me, aiumgaiawny large cans, eacn
Durkee's Salad Dressing, Lottie.. .. 2Sc
Best Elgin Butter, lb 2Sc
Dunbar's Baraiaria bliriinps, large. 2Bc
PotatoChios. nernound 25c
Jaa 1-labored Coffee 25c
Ohlo Maple-byrup, per can.. - :SBc
Col burn's Curry Powder, bottle.. 23c
iicnuersous uicn rnospuaie, uoiiic
Royal Baklngl'owdcr, lib 45c
Cleveland Baking Powder, 1 lb 45c
Golden Drill byrun 45c
olb palls Cottoleue .. 48c
liorsesiioe mewing looacco, id.. .. cue
B-lb pails Lard (best) COc
Fancy Mixed Tea 50c
Gravely. J ply Chewing Tobacco.. .. 60c
Choice Oolong Tea 60c
Choice Gunpowder Tea 60c
1-s bbl. i-icctric ut,nt iriour ouc
Wilbur's Cocoa, per tin 20c
Arbucklc Coifee 22a
Olive Oil (imported) 25o
Best Malt Vinegar, gallon 27c
Best W hite Vt ine Vinegar, gallon 27e
3 lb nails Cottolenc 28c
5-strlng Brooms 28c
1-10 bbl. Electric Light Flour - ;iuc
31h palls Lard (best) 30c
1-16 bbl. Koyal Family Flour 30c
ltic bardson Is. Bobbins' Potted Turkey,
Holland Jna and Mocha Coffee.. .. 30c
Java and Mocha Coffee 3uc
1-16 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. .. 35o
French Baking Powder, 1 lb ean3.. 35c
Fine Gunpowder Tea 35c
Spring Leaf Tea 3oc
Old Government Java Coffee 35c
Best Mocha Corfee 35c
New Orleans Baking Molasses 45c
Fine Oolong Tea 35c
Mustard, per gallon 45c
1-8 bbl. Lily Best Patent Tlour.. .. 65c
Extra Choice Oolong Tea bOc
Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea 80c
P.oyal Family Flour bbl S4 00
1-4 bbl. Family Flour $1.00
1-8 bbl. Royal Family cue
Lily Best Patent Hour, bbl S4.25
1-4 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour 51.23
Electric Light Best Family Flour,
bbl S4 00
1-1 bbl. Electric Light riour -..SI. 15
Quart size Lea & Perries' bauce,
per boltlo .. .. 75c
Gilt Edge fcoap (sc. size), eacn 3c
Babbitt's Soap 4 l-4c
I Sugar-cured Shoulders, lb 80
AND MONDA Y ONL Y.
Worth $14 and $15.
Special ptices on Children's
School Suits Double Breasted,
Dark Cheviot Suits. Worth
$2.50, at $1.68
I.E. Cor. 70i and H Sts.
esting report of his trip. Among other
things, he said that ex Superintendent of
the Cencus Porter had criticised the "0000.
Times Corner" or The Washington Times,
inasmuch as the good tunc alleged are not
the forty tboueandths part of the good
times that existed before 1802.
SOLICITOR DAIIXEY HETIllES
He Leaves the State Department to
Teuoli Law Practice In Virginia. -
Hon. Walter D. Dabney, solicitor of tb
Department of State, yesterday terminated
his connection with that department.
Mr. Dabney was chosen fur the post ot
solicitor by the late Secretary Qrcsham at
the outset of his administration. In special
recognition of his legal abilities, and h
leaves the State Department uow to ml
the place of professor of law In the Un
verslty of vimuila.
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