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THE EVENING TIMES, TUESDAY; OCTOBER 15, 1895.
time, trouble and money by coming here first for that FALL
OVERCOAT or new suit you intend to buy to-day. Time, be
cause you can be suited in a few minutes. Trouble, beca'use
you don't have to pull and hall on a lot of trash to get reliable
garments (ours are all -trustworthy). Money, because our
prices are the lowest for the same quality anywhere in America.
Men's Suits, - - - SIO to $50
Men's Overcoats, - $10 to $45
Separate Trousers, - $4 to $ 10
A big variety of styles and fabrics in each grade.
"Why pay the exclusive hatters $4 and $5 for the self-same hat
we sell at $3 ? The only difference is the name in the crown,
and that isn't worth two cents. Their $3 grade we sell at
$2, and fully guarantee them, too.
A special in the Furnishing Department is a lot of SOc and 7Sc
Neckwear, newest colors, at 35c each, or 3 for $1.00 for a few
days only. ,
Robinson, Chery & Co.
I2TH AND F STS.
A fearful tragedy took place in our store 'cs
terday, when we
All our prices Not one escaped the terrible
butchery. "We cut them all into fragments.
Just look at these:
f) 00 Mcc's Suits for..
ti) 00 Men's Suits for....
110 00 ilea's Ciuslmoro Eultt
$8.00 Young Men's Suits for. .,
12000 Men's Overcoats, Mel- CO Tfl
ton. Kersey 4)w3U
$15 00 Imported Germanla
""$12 01 French Black Cheviot
tlO. 00 Oitord Mixed Overcoats $4.75
H. FRIEDLAB & BRO..
Cor. 9th and E Sts. N. W.
To-morrow we will give
three pounds of Best Gran.
Sugar to every purchaser of
one dollar's worth of gro
ceries or over from our price
list. See full price list in
the Morning Times.
Ask for premium cards,
now being given out.
NEW BOOKS now on
hand. Bring 3'our com
pleted library cards and
make your selection.
727-31 7th St. N. W.
DrjIHU.VT CASK DELAYED.
Attorney Deunrey Very 111 and Cae
TVII1 lie Continued.
San Francisco, Oct. 15. It looks notr as
tlioucli a lone delay in (he Durrant trial
may be Inevitable.
AtlorueyDeuorey.or tlicdfend.int's coun
sel, is so seriously 111 as to be unable to
leave Ills bed. and liU condition Is bo
Eerlou? that there is little likelihood
days to come,
of his beinc able to co to court for some
Asa result Gen. Ditkiiibon has decided lo
ask- for a continuance when the cae is
called this morninc and there Is little
doubt that it will be cranted by Judee
District Utorncy Barnes yesterday noti
fied Gen. Dickinson that he would raise
no objection to such a continuance. JuJce
Murphy, therefore. Is not expected to
deny the motion, nlttioucli he has shown
himself very much opposed to nil de
lays. Mr. Deuorev is suffering from muscular
rheumatism of the most iiccrmated form.
TISTOL'S QUICK WOHK.
Bne Social Drink Leads to Very Un
Camden, N. J., Oct. 15. A snooting af
fray occurred In a saloon at Kerry road
and KosutU street last Diclit, thai may
result in a double murder.
Frank Soudcrs van passim: the saloon
when he was ln iled lit to take a drink by
John Jordan and his son, Georce.
Boon there wjs a riRlit. in which Bonders
was beaten over the head with a black
Jack in the hands of one of the Jordans.
In the scuffle Soudcrs drew a revolver
and fired teeral shots at Jordan anil tils
ion, each of whom received a dangerous
Wound In the stomach.
The wounded men were taken to the
Cooper Uospital in a critical condition,
fhe elder Jordan Is expected to die.
JBoudcrs surrendered to the police.
FIVE HOYS AT A TIME.
They Were Horn "Within Three Hours
nnd Aro Dolnc Well.
Delta, Ohio, Oct. 15. Sirs. Joseph
Langdon, the wife of a farmer living near
iere. Rave birth yesterday, within a space
If three hours, to five children, all of
News of the unique event reached here
this evening, and was for a time given no
credence. Investigation, however, con
firmed the report.
The five children are apparently fully
developed, thoueb frail specimens of hu
manity, and the attending physicians be
leve they will all live.
Mrs. Langdon has experienced no serious
result from the extraordinary accouch-
Sent Bhe is past thirty-five years and
s three oilier children.
t2 00 Children's Suits
$151 Children's Suits
ta 00 Children's Suits
Genuine Dr. Wright's Health
Double-breasted Gray Wool
IlacJ-mado Knit Jackets .... ft)C 1'
tiiO Derby Hats. $1.80
A magnificent ITat in You
mnuH, Minor's, Dunlap'g (f i n
and Youns's blocks J) ,HJ
HOPE TO DEFEAT ARIES
Military Prosecutors Are Counting
on Supreme Court Precedents.
Justice Harlan liefer to the Hnbcux
Corpus AnnectM of the Case In
it I-aw Lecture.
-Assoeialo Justice Ilarlau. of the Su
preme Curt, made a significant reference
lo the Amies case Saturday night In a
lecture before the Colunjbi.ui Law School
students. The subject of halwas curous
was discussed, and reference was made to
tho arrest of Capt. Arnica bv Lieutenant
General Schofieltl and his release bv Dis
Iritt Judge Bradley.
Judge Harlan described the incidents
which led to Amies' arrest without men
tioning names, and paid a tribute to Ibe
halieas carpus process. The students
applauded the "eniiment.aiid Judge Harlan
"But I did not say -ttliellier I agreed
with the court or not."
The War Department Is engaged upon
the nnnenl nlidli it -m ........ ... ..
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court of appeals in the case. The offi
cers 111 me department, take the aderse
.1wCiio" "r tne Supreme Court of the
JJV,r.'!-,t .as l,,c eni,t blow the nillitarv
e-ljblislimeut lus recelied in a leug
!.?-.. I". lhe ilnl"-'aI " will be pointed out
th.it the Army cannot be maintained with
out military tribunals to try Its members
for military offences charged ajxnii.st
The orly alternative would bo to exoner
ate or puiik.li without trial. Kefercnee will
be made to numerous decisions bv the Su
preme Court -which separate tin. method of
military justice from the Judicial system.
This military tribunal will be depicted
as a recognized independent judicial bodv
provided for by Congress under lis Consti
tutional power to provide rules for the
government of the Armv.and tharit Is not
bound bv the ConstltuUonal provisions giv
ing the accused the right to trial bv Jurv.
to be informed of charges against htm anil
to be confronted by the witnesses against
Yet, while the Supreme Court of the
tinned States holds this tribunal to bo
exempt from thee provisions of tho
Constitution, it will be pointed out. Judge
Bradley, of the District court, seems to
measure Its methods and Jurisdiction bv the
rules of criminal practice.
It is confidently expected bv the War
Department that the Court of Appeals
will reverse Uie decision of the lower
i-ifui!,. .! nut, me- oupreiuc voiirt is count
ed on to sustain tho War Department in Its
.ui.ui.Tri,iiiuu ui uuui. Amies.
TWO .NAMES THE CADSE.
llrooks, Allns Bentw Held bv Judjro
A. W. Brooks, alias A.W. Bent, tlieyounc
man who was arrested yesterday bv De
tective Rhodes aud charged Willi being a
suspicious character, was held this morn
ing by Judge Kimball for a few days. -
Brooks, which seems to be his right
name, has been In lown for two weeks,
aud had registered both at the Howard
House and St. James Hotel. He was in
court in July, charged with attempting
to pas a bogus check. He was released
on his personal bonds on Ills promise to
lea-ve lhe city. He evidently did leave,
but he came back too soon.
"How do you explain your actions in
regbterinc under two different names at
two diftcrcnt hotels?" asked the court.
"Well, I was sleeping at the St. James
and taking my meals at the other place."
"What did you register under an ns
sunied name for?"
"I didn't want them to know I -was
eating there." said Brooks.
"I Ihiuk this boy is a suspicious char
acter," said his honor. "I will write
to his rather. What is his name -and
"J. H. Brooks, foreman of the Remington
Arms Company. 2S. Main street. Illlon.
N. Y.," replied Brooks, without hesitation.
"We Telegraphed bis father before noon
yesterday." said Detective Rhodes, "but
we haven't received any answer yet."
"You'll get It this morning," said Brooks,
"Well, i. we'll hold him until we hear."
said bis bouut.
Judco G ray's Funeral.
The funeral of Jonathan II. Gray, who
died suddenly yesterday at the real estate
of Ice of L. L. Johnson. No. 6.17 K street
northwest, as reported in The Times, will
take place- Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock, from the residence of his son,
Horace J. Gray, No. 1S22 A street northwest.
,..Srti V?te-?!-c-.. M,. rtr.. -ifT.
H1DRMTUUSED 1 ROW
It Is a Partnership Affair and
the Owners Got into Court.
A SOLOMON-LIKE DECISION
WuUT Anpuratus "Wits Declared D"n
uuittnrr nnd Neither One Would
Puy for IiiiiiroiemciitH Uotv tlio
Judne Decided It Two Nelghliorly
Fuhmm Ad Indicated by Ills Honor.
It was "old timer's" day In Judge Kim
ball's court this murnlng, and he had
thirty six cases altogether. The female
element was In the majority for a change,
and Hosa Dices led the procession.
Itosa was iharged with lieinc a vagrant,
and. as usual, pleaded not guilty. She
did not wish to say anthinc for a won
der, and was given three months this time,
and walked baik wllhojta murmur.
Officer Hughes then produced Lucy Doug
las, a Tiell dressed mulatto, whom he ar
rested for lielng loud anil boisterous. Mr.
Hughes naiil she got off of a street car
and cursed a couple of nun who were on
"Take the stand." said the court.
"Judge. I was Jcs' tayin' good night to
some of my friends on tie car when dls
officer, who was standing at de iietrol
box with Uosa Diggs. runs over to 111c
and sais to me. 'Come on jer.' I asks
blm what fer. and he sajs fer loud an'
"Hit he s.i s you were cursing nnd
"No. sah. I lives In Ivery City, and I
was going down to bout Washington to
see some trends."
"fhe hangs around Willow Tree alley,
your honor." said the officer.
"1 don't no suih thing. He knows he
never seen me down Ihercv" said Luiy.
IIEU EXCUSE ACCEI'TEU.
"Where do von work?"
"My mother takes In lots of vvashin'
nnd Ironln'." said Lucy
"Take her bonds," said the court.
Annie Wheeler and harah Gordon cot
into a fight on O Unit. A lolond mili
tary compani Is holding a Inlr In their
armory on O slrect. and Annie and S.irnh
came out or the building fussing and con
tinued the light on the curbstone.
Annie su pped up to the slnud with grace
In every slip aul blood in her eve.
"I was a-setlin' on my doorstep when
dis woman mine along ai'd supped on
mv dress. Urn she ask me win re Miss
Jones Is. anJ I till her I duuno. In 11 she
ask me why I didn't know and I tole her
not in give me no back talk."
"Well. Is that all jou said!"
"Dafsall I raid."
"What did she say?"
"Oh. she called me scan-Ins names, and
she had a knife, she did. an' was golu' to
ao me un. sjiu Annie.
Sarah then waltzed nn nnd In a smil
ing manner told her part of Hie storv.
It was substantially the same as Annie's
tale, except that Sarah's Idea, was that
Annie was at fault entirely and did .ill
the "loud nnd lioNlerouV
At this suikc of the game Sarah said
that Annie's mother cjme out aiid hilpid
MOTHER TOOK A -HANI).
The "old woman" took hold of her
throat and choked her. By that time Ella
.an 1 Annie Hall got into the row, and when
the officer amxarcd on the scene it was
unite a melee.
"He only 'reeled us two. and lctde oilier
gals go. Jedge."
"Will. I gue-s I have heard enough of
thl: five dollars eaih."
The lolor w.i- I lien changed In the docket,
and I'r.ink Hawkins, a white man. who had
lxcn arreted furtieing drunk ami cursing
and swarlng. was called up.
"Not guilty." said HuwklU'., In a loud
and dei hied tone of yoicc.
The olficer said he round him on the
Avenue, "all over the street, swearing at
everybody he mot."
Haw kin marched up to the witness box.
and had his say.
"Well, y'seo. it's jes' like til. I
pleads guilty to belli' drunk. It was me
birthday, and I luk two or tree drink.-:
but as to dc swearln'. I don'L do that nic
self: I don't cuss at all. at all."
"Five dollars flue," said his honor, and
Hawkins made a face at lhe efficer and
sneaked Im'k to the docket.
A back yard, alley, a whitewashed Ixiard
fence and a few boards off. a foul cessiiool.
Sanitary Insiiector Howe and two ladles,
neighbors, on I street northwest, caused a
good deal of merriment In the court
The trouble seemed to be that one hydrant
Is used by both parties and this ludrant
is situated on or about the building line in
the rear between the back raids. Tho
plumbing Is unsanitary aud Inspector Howe
Is trying to get it straightened out.
Ittin iaaies refuse-i lo pay tr.e expenses,
as both claimed that the cesspool and sew
erage was on the other's property.
"As lone as the hydrant remains where
it is now." raid rlghlhand neighbor, "the
nuisance will never be abated."
"Why?" asked the court.
"Because she throws her slops out of the
back window aud they rundown theallev."
"I don't do anything of the kind," said
the lertnand lauy.
"She ought to have the ifspool put in:
it's on her property." said Mrs. Itighthand.
fcne s got as mucn right to pav ror it
as I have." rejoined Mrs. IeXlhaiid.
"You have so. now."
"That will do." and the court rapped
"It seems to me that the bpst thing for
you ladies to do is to equally divide the
expense of fixing this sewer trap." said
Judge Kimball. I will give jou ten davs
to have that fitcd. aid If It Is not done in
that time you will have to pay $25 apiece."
GEN". E. D. KEYES DEAD.
111! Expired In Nice. Where Ho Hud
Gone for III Health.
Brig. Gen. E. 1). Keycs. a retired of
ficer of the United States Army, died
yesterday at Nice, France, where he went
many months ago for his health. The
announce incut was made bv cablegram
last evening to Lieut. S. H. Gibson, of the
Marine Corp", a son-in-law of the de
Gen. Kcves was eighty five years old,
and had seen serice in both the Mexican
and civil wars. At the cloe of the latter
he was retired when In command of the
Sixtli Armv Corps. He was a close friend
of many of the important military leaders
ot the vvar.
To DlhCiixs Clmritv Plans.
The committee on charities of the hoard
of trade will hoi 1 a meeting In the Ames
Building at 4 o'clock this afternoon. After
the transactloa of matters alrividy before
the committee, an address will be listened
to from Mr. Jeffry R. Brackett. speretarv
of the Charily Association, of Baltimore,
who will explain the methods of work In
the Monumental City.
Novel Medical School.
A post-graduate school of medicine of
the District of Columbia has Just been
established, with Dr. Samuel C. Buscy
as president. The school Is Intended es
pecially for those who were compelled to
neglect their clinics during the college
course, and the Instruction will be along
this line and at tne bedside ot the patieni
Quarterly Conference at HnniHne.
The third quarterly conference of Ham
line M. E. Churclt was held last evening.
Rev. L. B. Wilson, presiding elder, was In
charge, and L. F. Hunt secretary. Tho
various reports showed much activity on
the part of those officially related to the
church. The conference adjourned to Mon
day evening, January 13. 1896.
Cnrrleil A war the Money Drawer.
The ticket office at the Baltimore
Ohio station was broken Into a few nights
ago, and the thieves carried awav tho
money drawer, containing about $2 in
change. They effected an entrance b v forc
ing open the door. The drawer was found
vestcrdav morning under the steps of the
freight room, badly broken.
Moodv Choir Hebcarnal.
A rehearsal of the Moody Choir will be
held at the First Baptist Church, corner of
Sixteenth and O streets northwest at 7:45
o'clock this evening.
He-fused to Pardon Hlin.
New Orleans. Oct. IB. The board of par
dons have refused to take action in the
case of Numa Dodoussat, the councilman
convicted of receiving a bribe, and he must
go to the penitentiary to serve bis sentence,
as this was Ids last hope.
Internal Revenue Receipts. ""
The receipts from internal revenue to
day were $353,747: from customs. $349.
417, and miscellaneous. $14,870. The
national bank notes received to-day for re
deniption amounted to $262,257.
HATHAWAY. SOULE "
& HA RKINUTON'S fine
pigskin, double lined,
double sole, waterproof
Men's Shoes new opera
loe The regular H. S. &
II. ?5 00 shoe at ..... S3. OO
HATHAWAY, SOULE &
genuine cork soled calf
shoes calf lined hnud
welt Really a splendid
-value at $4,40
ORIENTAL TOE Slip
pers, in line patent leal In r
for full dress one strap
a very line made, si viisli
.11111 uuruuie supper
Worth $2.50, at.
j) 939 Penn. J&.
THAT TYPHOID ,f.,E HE
Societies to Meet Here Are Mak
ing Health Inquiries.
ALARMED BY FALSE REPORTS
Hovnl Order ot Scotland WMick to
Know It the-City Is Heitltby Knougll
to JJoint An Official Denial to Ho
tM'iit Out Not en From the DNtrict
As an evldcuce of the greatly exagger
ated reports that have gone abroad re
specting the prevalence of tjplioid fever
In Washington. Major W. O. Roonie. cashier
or the Ohio National Bank, slated at the
Dltrict iKlildinir this morning Hint urarri lv
f a day passes that he dues not receive let
ters or inquiry concerning it.
The Inst one was from Phlliilrlplila:
the writer being a member of lhe Itoyal
Order of t-cotland, vvho e-xpects toatlend
a meeting or that organization to I"-' held
in tills city during the week beginning the
"Tin re rre over four hundred members
or the order expected here." said Major
Itoome. "but the grossly Inaccurate re
IHjrtsof an outbreak!! lever. .i published
In other cities, are calculated to keep
many of them, away."
His purpose in calling at the municipal
headquarters was to consult with Dr.
Woodward touching the rumored epi
demic and to obtain authority to deny
the reports and counteract their influ
ence. The health oflfcer will address a
Itttcr lo Major llomic contradicting the
statements that have obl.il nil currency,
nnd a copy of that ntithnritntive document
win be mailed to eacn mrmrx'r or the
Royal Onlir in all parts of the country.
It will be explicit In its denial of the ex
istence of an epidemic.
FINISHED THE NORTHWEST.
The lHiard of assistant assessor.,, hav
ing completed the northwest section of
the city, is now at work in the southwest,
with a prospect that wlihin a week or
ten days the reassessment of that portion
of the city will lie finished.
The board Included seventeen souares
In the programme of yestcrd.iv. and began
this morning on Miuare 513. Iietween
Third and Four-and-a-half and K and L
The northeast and southeast sections,
respectively, will be taken up In turn
Immediately upon the completion of the
work in the southwest, at-d thenthecounty
will receive attention.
There are over 1.300 ouares in the city.
Includirg the old Georgetown boundaries,
as renumbered, and theduty of reassessing
each piece of propertv separately, as is
row in ing done by the hoard, rcejuircs
time and care, nnd the assessors have
discovered that it will be Impossible to
compute the work In the time required,
hence their recent recommendation for nn
extension, as noted In The Times.
The eounty covers a wide are-a, and
the record occupies a great many pagi-s
In the hook of entries. Eaih separate
piece or property will be personally In
spected, as Is being done in the city
divisions, although on account of the
ahsence of Improvements in a large portion
or the territory, the work can bu more
No change can be piadc in the street
lighting system at Brootland 'during the
present flse-al year, and the Commis
sioners have notified Secretary Penrod.
of the Citizens' Association.
Steam engineer's llct nse of tl-c first
class was issued today to John B. Walj,
lace. . . ,
The board of excise granted a whole
sale liquor license to Julius Spanlcr,
whoe establishment has been located at
No. 1307 1-2 F street northwest.
CDLP OUT ON HAIL.
Dougherty' Alleged AHiillanf In Re
leased In S5.000 BondH.
John A Culn was admitted to bail In the
sum of $500 before Judge Cox, in Criminal
Court No. 1 this morning.
His bondsmen are Andrew- Oehmann.S. J.
Block. John Blunter, and Frederick Bluruer.
As heretofore told in The Times, Culn was
held by the coroner's Jury to answer to tho
grand Jury for the alleged murder ot Eddie
Dougherty, a young white boy. near the
Nearly a montli ago young Dougherty was
playing with a number of compantonsaboufc
a merry-go-round, when Culp became en
raged at the boys and. it is alleged, set
upon and kicked Dougherty. Thebcyebed.
supposedly from the effect of the injuries,
TOO CHILDISH TO NOTICE.
Judge- Miller Dismissed tho Cbarse
Against William "Ward.
The case against William J. Ward, an
employe In the Slate, War and Navy
Building, who was arrested on a charge
of assault and battery yesterday, was dis
missed by Judge Miller this morning.
The charge was made by Ruth Hans
borough and Mabel Alexander, two small
children, ot fourteen and fifteen years of
age, respectively. It proved to be a trifling
nnd childish arfnlr, nnd his honor thought
It ridiculous to bring it In court.
Potomno Flats Decree.
The court in general term will meet at
10 o'clock Thursday morning to formulate
a decree in the Potomac flats case. This
Is merely a formal step that will be taken
tn accordance with the decision or the
court rendered one week ago yesterday,
when it was detcrmlred that the valuable
territory along the Potomac, within the
city limits, belongs to the Government.
Two to Do Time.
James Peake was sentenced to the Albany
penitentiary for fifteen months by Judge
Cox this morning on the charge ot second
offence of petit larceny. Harry Wain
wright was sent to Jail for six months for
Carlisle and Hamlin Back.
Secretary Carlisle and Assistant Secre
tary Hamlin returned here this morninc
from Boston and resumed their duties at
tie Treasury Department,
knoiu, ok most people
about the high standard of the foot
near manufactured by the celebrated
house of Hathaway, Soule'& Har
rington. We are agents for this
make of shoes in Washington
DALTON SHOE CO.'B
fine Shoes, in welt and lhe
lighter soles turned The
fame of these Parisian
model shoes has spread all
over town. AH styles
cloth top lace and but
ton Miie regular
HEEL SHOES we offer
to day a special discount
of 10 per cent, en all our
school shoos housri shoes
dress shoes. This is
special lake advantage
THE FAMOUS JENNESS
MILLER Shoe which we
solely control all 6tjIes.S5.OO
Open till 8 p. m.
TILL TAI'PKHS FINED.
Three Youthful ltobhorH I'uiilslieil in
the- Police Court.
The three lads. Eddie CLssell. Edward
Truman, and George Thomas, who were
arrested jesterdav for robbing the monev
drawer of Mr. William A. Joiner, who
ki-eps .1 i-onlectionery otore at Ao. H1S
Seventh street, each paid So flue in
the police court to-day.
The boys had 10 cents and went Into
Joiner's and ordered 10 cents worth of
ice cream. While Joiner we-nt Into the
iwi k part of the house to get the cream.
Truman went behind athe e-ounter and
touched the drawer for 50 cents. This he
divided between himself and Clssell after
they got outside.
Ihomis objected and they went back
and bought some more cream with tho
stolen money and during the absence
or the woman, whom they found attending
the counter this time Trumjn again helped
himself to 48 cents.
This time they were seen from lhe out
side by Sergt. Kaueher. who had been
w-atchlng the boys for sonu time, and he
placed them under arrest.
The boys told the whole storv to Judce
GltADE UHOSSLNG CHIME.
Giitcr, Were Not Dow n und Tvv o Good
Men Were Killed.
Newark. N. J.. Oct. 15. Two men wero
killed by engine No. 136 at the Lawrence
street crossing of the Central railroad at 7
o'clock this morning. They were Patrick
O'Conner. manager of Hie People's Supplv
Company, and Peter MeKellar.anemplove
ofO Conner HishonielsatNo.OFranklln
street. Boston. -The men were struck bv
engine No. 136. In charge of Engineer
Meade, a.Kl O Conner's bodv was cut in
two and his head crushed. McKellar was
frightfully mangled, but lived until he
reached St. Michael's Hospital. The gates
at the crossing were not down, and tho
railroad Is held responsible for tl.c acci-
Keeinui Gets Two Year.
Bernard J. Keeuau, a young white man.
oo"lctel of stealing $110 rrom Richard
A. Shacklett, on Bludcnshurg road, was
sentenced totvvoyears.it Albauythlsmorn
lng by Judge Cox in criminal court. No. 1.
A Moment of Suspense.
Physician It's easy to see, sir, that
you are on the verge of nervous prostra
tion. Patient Nonsense! I'm not.
Physlclin (rirmly) Then I have been
misled by the fact that you are a suburban
commuter and it's only seven minutes to
train time. Chicago Record.
He-liMMl IHh Count.
"I saw a trolley car in Brooklyn the
other night completely covered with elec
tric lights. Why do you suppose they need
"Don't know; but 1 imagine it was so
that the motnrman could keep count of
his victims without stopping." Brook
"Are all the animals In?" asked Noah,
taking another look at the barometer.
"All but lhe leopards," replied Ham,
"and I think we have a pair of them
Noah shook his head gloomily and mut
tered something about "that boy coming to
a bad end." Cincinnati Tribune.
It knocks all precedent,
It's an opportunity of a
cellar to garret.
Don't let this messenger
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NEW CARPETS I
NEW MATTINGS I
NEW DRAPERIES I
NEW BABY CARRIAGES!
When it takes so little to buy it Credit if you want it.
HOUSE & HERRMANN,
These four Special Bargains we
are offering to-day are worth care
ful consideration they are genuine.
, Novelty Brllllantlno Skirts-perfectly msjo
and baas like a charm godet back all lined
and stiffened velvet band extiawlje. Worth
Double Capes made of finest Pluch trimmed
w ith Thitet Fur silk lined extra wide sweep
the regular price Is $13.00 to-morrow
734-736 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
out of present happiness
for fear of the future?
The comforts of a home,
the satisfaction of being
well dressed are all with
in your grasp. We lend
you some of our capital
and lay no hard condi
tions, or usurious interest
on you, either. Payforthe
-goods at your conven
ience, and enjoy the hap
piness they bring right
from the start.
MAYER & PETTIT,
415 Seventh Street N. W.
We're Driving Ahead
regardless of everything;. This removal sale of ours
is making- things lively all around. We're" carrying
out our purpose to clear our present stores of stock
at the cost of more than profit but we're letting you
reap the advantage.
Our entire stock at a bargain. Every piece cut to shreds.
lifetime for you to
heal the scars
of advantage knock at your door
NEW STOVES I
NEW BEDDING I
NEW BRIC-A-BRAC I
Seventh Street and
This Fascinating Jacket In Boucle, Bearer of
Chefiat litest Parisian stylo cheap at t.&-
perfect la all detaLa.
Reefer Sergo Suits, extremely "calif cut In
the Tery latest styles lined sXIrts made of ex
cedent material and vrorth fully $12.
against the chilly
air of these cool
fall evenings with
one of our Fine Ker
sey or Melton Over
coats. We have ready-to-wear
fit and style of
which are perfect
and it is your fault,
not ours, if you
keep a garment not
changed or money
of time to refurnish from
in vain but buy
636 Mass. Avenue. v
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