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THE EVENING TIMES- -&-- UK U-AJC, UDl'UBM 26, 1895.
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Children's
Clothing is one of the biggest
features of our business (not a.
side issue as it-'foVwitli other)
One entire floor is devoted to the
wants of the short pants wearers,
boys from 2 to 16 years. Suits',
Overcoats, Reefers and all other
wearables in an endless variety
of styles, fabrics, colors and pat
terns, and all grades, from the
cheapest that is reliable to the
finest to be obtained anywhere.
One of our strongest lines is our
$5.00
grade of Top Suits and Reefers.
In it you'll find the same quali
ties as in other people's $6 and
$7 lines, but made better and fit
better and more st3-lish than
theirs.
Another big value grade is the
Long Pants Three-piece Suits,
sizes 15 to 19 years, at
$7,50.
Single Breasted Sacks, in
plaids, checks, Scotch mixtures
and plain blue and black cheviots.
The equal of any $10 suit in
town. Finer ones at all prices,
up to $25.
Boys' and Children's SHOES,
HATS and furnishings of all
kinds. The only complete stock
in town. Reliable qualities only
at less than others' prices.
Robinson, Chery & Go,
I1th onri C Cfp fcioti.es.
ibiii mill r oiOi
truraishins.
Hats, Shoes.
We Still
Keep the Ball
Rolling.
Our wonderful bargains
do not diminish. No one
can come near us in prices.
We start to-day's shopping-
with a special
One Hour Sale.
From 1 0 to 11.
Of the two following items:
Large Japanned Dustpans - - 3c
Large 3-String Brooms - - 6c
Then here are some other
bargains which will last all
day.
tic Imltifoa Cut Class Celery
Trays
9c
5c
20c
10c
5c
87c
$1.78
$13.43
10c
4c
15c
10c. Coal Mores
&c Galvanized Coal Hods .
0o 7aiv Aa3ubeud3
25c Boston Measuring Glass
ILW Larpe Decorated Parlor
Lamp", tvith NMn. shade to
match
13.W Decorated To'let bets, ribbon
Ehr-pr, Hlltd 111 pattern; 0 de
signs tlb'jS rincst (Juility Carlsbad
CLIna Dinner Sets exquisite,
decorat.ous: 102 pieces
Kc Lores Majolica Water Pitchers
1,000 Vorels by standard authors...
Kc N.elel Cuspidors
Kc Japanese Itoso Jars
19c Japanese Druggets
II.C8 JapAnc-o Hug Mats, 2 ft Cx3
10c. Colored Glass Salt or 1'epLer
Miasers ...
10c
23c
94c
3c
EF
Universal
Hoiisefurnishing
Store,
5 1 2 9th St. N. W.
M
i Little
Mite
of
Money
nill buy a big lot of rUHM
TbltK MU'inS MAT
T1M.S I) HA PE It IBS
MOVLb and everything
elso that goes to furnish a
noi so because ve ha-e put
Removal
Prices
On
Everything.
House & Herrmann
917, 919, 921 and 923
SEVENTH ST.
636 Mass. Ave.
That we are selling for $5.50 ale
fully north 110 at ordinary prices.
They are made of excellent mate
rialcut according to the newest
patterns well put together neat
trimmings. Teryth!ng about
them is flrsl-clsaa.
GARNER & CO., Outfitters.
N. E. Cor. 7th and II Sts. K.W.
mm
T
ITS
REVISION 1UKT DONE
Committee atWork on the Build-:
ing Regulations.
HEW CODE ENTIBELY MODERN
BoMon Wu, the Model Used, TYItli
Modifications From English and
French Cities Effort to IncreiiKe
the Salaries of the AnlMiiit As
teNMora mid KxelMj llourd.
Tho t-oimnltlcc recently aiipolnted by
the Board ut Commissioners to revise aud
nerfetl the District building regulations
will have Its work done in time to have
the results buutniiu-d to Congress early In
the coming session, and it is faro to say
that Hie new codo will-present all the
modern ideas In that line
Through the Mate Department copies
have been obtained of the regulations in
force In all leading foreign cities, and
thci-e haM: been suuplemeiited by those
of the lilies of this country, and all have
been iK-rure the cummillee us a guide in
its deliberations.
The lily of Boston supplied the model
by whkli to fashion the law for Wash
ington, but the best features from the regu
lations in vogue In Mumhester, London,
and Fans will le Incorporated.
A new feature of importance will be the
proisiuii Tor liilroduiing electrical appli
amvs and cuiiiiictions Into buildings with
out liuiirring the risl: of starling a lire,
and the vcr Ik-sI imtliod of aiioinplislilug
this result will be adopted.
i:i.iiii.".vi r. Ala. i.i.A.vnciTV.
The object In h-v r the (.umniltie is
to frame a code Troin wlliih will be ilimi
n.itol nil elasticity as to musiruitlun, and
when (he "Stork stull be coiniiletisi it will
be fculunittcd to the attorney lor the Dis
trict Jor a determination as to whether
the regulations in auywaj conflict vith
the law. It will nlo be niiewid by the
Commissioners prior to submission to
Congress.
The necessity for new building regula
tions has beiii constaiilly before the Com
missioners. They have been amended
from time to time as caiu incurring mces
slty arose, there being a cliange by modi
fication or addition as each cimrgrncy
suggested. They arc at present. In the
estimation of the building Inspector, in
a reasonably good shape, but still not
equal to the ruiulremiiils of a first
class city.
The original regulations adopted by the
District were-Trained by a omnii-simi, of
whit h tlie first building inspector. Thomas
II. l'lowman, was chairman, and they hae
been tinkered from the date op their
adoption down to the present lime.
TIIOSK IX CIIAKC.lOr IT.
The present committee is composed of
John II. Ilrady, building Insjiector; Apple
ton Clark, Win. Morrison, Robert Flirt.
iu', James G. Hill, and James Freeman,
all well-known citizens. Its work is now
so far under way that the Commissioners
upon the request of Mr. Ilrady, have de
tailed Daniel Curry to usslst in getting the
material reduced to a sslem for considera
tion. Mr. Ilrady and Mr. Curry will deotc the
whole of next week to the rewsion of the
details, by whom the classification and
condensation -nill be nude In time for a
full uieitipg of the commission in the week
following.
An important recommendation made by
the Commissioners In the estimates for
lbiiT vtas that for the addition or $1,000 '
as sjlar to each of the assistant assessors, i
Increasing their compensation to $1,000 (
pir annum. The regular ilim of ?.1,000 '
each, to mict theTialjry of the assistant
assessors, and the additional Item of 5-1,000
apjiears as recompense for services as an
excise board.
ESTIMATES FOIt SALARIES.
The recommeudalious foradancis in the
salaries of the asses-orS cltncal force are
shown as follows, the estimates being gi en
as they occur, with the lh'jO figures ap
pearing first.
One assessor, SU.500, Kame as liefore;
one assistant, from $1,000 to jli.OOU; one
assistant, from $1,000 to $1,600; special
assistant clerk, $1,700, no alliance; two
clerks at $1,400 each, no .nUauic; three
clerks, $1,200 each, no advance; one
draughtsman, from $1,200 to $1,400; three
clerks, $1,000 each, no advance; assistant
or clerk, $U00. no advance; clerk in ihargn
of records, $1,000, no advance; clerk to
board of assistant assessors, $1,200, no
advance; cli-rk, $900. no advanev; lleuse
clerk, irom sl.loii to 1,-;C0; infih-etor
oflirensi-s, $1,200, no advance; messenger
and driver, $000. no advance. Total for
1800, $.13,000; for 1SH7, aggregite $38,
C00. Increase, $3,000.
The estimate- for the assessor's force
fall somewhat short of the anticipations
but the iim si inr staling applim to all
diparliiients alike.
If adopted, the suggestion In favor of the
assistant assessors will make their sala
ries each $500 In excess of that of the
assessor. '"" H''r dune's include ihe
large extra work attached to the excise
department.
llnrbsl v.Vllli'leiiiiilnrIloiior.
Mr E T. TIppilt, a draughlsn.au, who
lived at Xo.G21 Estrevl southeast, die-d at
Ins ri'side-nes' Thursday afternoon at 2 35
o'elotk. His funeral occiirnsl to-day at
1:45 d'llock from the reside-ne-e. The Ut
cevised was an honorary ine'inber of De
Molay Mounted Commandery, Knights
Templar, by whom the remains were es
corted to their last resting place in Oak
Hill Cemetery.
Words Kmled "Willi ltlttws.
William Cnniiou.e-olore'il.Ilvins on Maisa-i-hus'ttsae'nuc
norlliAve-st, had a fra5'' five
luetic- Ions in the se-alp sewed up last night
at the Kiiicrireiie-j IIopital. Cannon went
to the house of a girl, lie t-aM, and he and
her brother had f-onie words, whleh finally
cihletl In blows and he reecivcd one from
home blunt instruiuent-
Mnili" an IJKly Wound.
While sk Lirlviiis at the Norfolk and
Washington steamers' wharf last evening
I'noe-ti Kins, a colored boy, accidentally
emt William H. Garner, also colored, on
Ihe wrjst, making an ugly wound and nearly
i-cvering Ihe hand of the latter. Garner
was wnt to the Emerecne-y Hospital In No.
1 patrol wagon by Polhvmjn Hlenhouse.
ii
810"
"We pay a little more
for our shoes and sell
them for a .little less
than any one else.
That s how we thrive."
STOLL'S
"810"
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BISEHA1S
Saturday
Cloaks and Capes.
Meslium-welght Double Capes, worth
$2 98C
Black Heavy Double Capes, trimmed
with braid, worth $.) $1.89
Handsome Seal Tlush Caiics, all
Katinllncd,wortn$8 SS.8S
Ladies' Blaefc All wool neavcrCoats,
tallontiode, regular price, ?C'SSB.88
Ilaudsoiiie Beaver and Boiilc Coats,
ripple bai k. balloon sleeves, most
stilish garments, worth S7..S4.SS
rine Beaver Coats, sathi lined,
tiandvitne large buttons, with velvet
collars, worth 10.
.SG.8S
Skirts.
100 Ladies' Tine Brilliantinehkirts,
all lined, organ pipe baik, worth $3.
$1.49
7r, Ladles' Blni k Wool Pcrgo Skirls,
blaik anil navy, all lined, 3 luik
pleats, worth $.1 $1.49
r.O Handsome I'igu red M..halr Skirts
velvet bound, all lined with interlin
ing, worth $.". $2.98
Children's Kam v Eiderdown Colts,
with Angora trimming, ri-gnlar price,
S2. At SSc
Cotton Underwear and
Corsets.
Ladies' 50c Muslin Gowns, extra
long, made of good muslin. ...38c
Ladies' 75c. Embroidered Gowns
best muslin 48c
Ladies' 50c. Embroidered Draw
ers SSc
Extra Wide Skirts with llambi.rg
ruffle, regul J r prie-e COc. 38c
About 4" Ladle Corsets, odds anil
ends, worth from 50c. to $1. 00. .asc
our be-st 00c. Corset for Salunlay
only 39c
Our 75c. Corsetsfor Saturday. -48c
Merino Underwear.
1-ailhV Kihbed Ve-sts and Pants, reg
ular priee 25c. XSc
Children's Merino Ve-sts, worth
15c 8c E
Men's Canielshalr Shirts and Draw- E
ers, worth 75c 38c!
25c Aprons for 7c.
200 L.idi-.' large Gingham Aprons,
worth 25c at 7c
Eisonmann's
)
806 7th St. N.
1924-1925 Pa.
W.
Ave.
THINNED OUT BY FRIGHT
Candidates for Police Court in
Dread of the Whipping Post.
MR. PUGH GIVES A REASON
Two Juriiiler VrUiMier- 1'KinIiil Tlmt
TlM-j- lliul Only ll?pn I'luJiiiB
"I'urjiy f"r KniifKf." -Mli-y Deiileii
Vlio Suiir "Sully of ttieT-Slilftltitj
SmnK" Will "Warble" tit AVorkhnuo.
"If this talk of establishing a whip
pingpost continues," said Sir. I'ugli this
morning as his red necktie loomed up lu
the doorway of J udge Klmbali'n court, we
won't h.ie any prisoners here at all."
Mr. ruga's sage reflection nas caused
by the unusujlly fcinall number of pris
oners 1n the dock. In f.iet the fe-ar of the
whippingpost is almost as prevalent among
the- lower class of negroes In the city as
wjs the Edmunds law scare, aud many
of the 111 think it Is already In operation.
Policeman llajes, of the Sixth pretinct,
arraigned Marian Ducket t and Dominick
Kurlong, one white and the other colored,
charged with disorderly conduct.
lie testified that large crowds of the
boys assembled on his beat every night,
plavlng marbles, and were a source of
gre-at annoyance to the residents of the
street .
rUKOI KOE KNUCKS.
"Sour honor," said Dominick, "me an'
this feller was just there playing purgy
for knuekrt. We wasn't doing anything to
get arrested for."
"How many times have you been ar
rested?" "Once before this. '
The colored boy also admitteel having -a.
police court record, but upon promising to
keep away from the neighborhood in
which they were arrested, Judge Kimball
took Ids persuiial bonds.
Robert Hawkins, a, venerable looking ne
gro plead guilty to disorderly conduct aud
drunkenness and was sent to the work
house for fifteen dajs.
Alice Jackson, a denizen of Freeman's
alley, well known to Uie police, qualified
her plea of guitly by sajing:
"Jedge, yo' honor, I wasn't disorderly
enough for dat nun to arres' inc."
The court thought she was, uowcer, and
she got the UMial trairaw,
Henry Keller, proprietor of a black
smithy on Florida a enue, was cha rged with
occupying public space fur prhote pur
poses. The warrant was sworn out by
Charles Hurley, a tenant of a lady who
wanted a liquor license and whose appli
cation Keller refused to sign. -USED
THE PAVEMENT.
The testimony of Hurley was to the effect
that Keller used the pavement in front of
his place for a workshop, keeping the side
walk continually obstructed. The court
took the defendant's personal bonds.
Lottie Bcrgcwall, alias Saltcrfleld, was
charged with vagrancy by Policeman
nayues, of the Sixth precinct, and was sen
tenced to ninety daB In the workhouse.
Bailie Marshall, a South Washington
negrcss, tested her lung powers and the en
durance of the neighbors last night by sing
ing "Sallle in the Garden. Sifting Sand."
Just about the stage of the melody when
Salllo Is about to esKuse the man with
tho hog eye, however, a polle'cman swooped
down and the vocalist was a prisoner.
"Your honor, Is a lady got to go out In
her bae-k yard when she wants to sing?"
demanded Sallle, Indignantly. "I don't
see what harm I was doln" singln' In de
street"
8AL.LIE WENT DOWN.
The court thought, however, that roeal
joys should be recognized with appropri
ate vocations, and Bailie went down.
Nelson Glluiore, John St. Clair, and WU
Bargain
Sale !
FLOUR DAY
35c Sack Lily r?OT?T? HFf T A V
Best Pat. Flour -T JVC,! 1 J lJA 1
To-day we will give to purchasers of Groceries from our price list of One Dollar's
worth or over a 35-CENT SACK OF LILY BEST PATENT FLOUR FREE any time be
fore 1 1 o'clock to-night.
JOHNSTONS, 729-731 7th St.
THE BIG FAILURE
J of the well-known clothinp; house of H. A. Hazleton
f & Co., of 62G Broadway, New York, has proved a blessing- to
f our customers. We bought the stock at the sheriff's sale we
K bought it cheap. It's all this season's goods and we are
hustling it out, too, at a lively pace. It's all our ten extra
salesmen can do to wait on the crowd. We wiah to notify all
ladies that thoy will get better attention if they call in the
morning, as we are terribl3- rushed in the afternoon.
tiOO Children's Suits bUC
S2W Children's Suits 4I.ZU
J3 CO Children's Suits spl.tjU
J!cn's Coats and Vests sPl.iJU
Men's Suits $2.50
Ilea's Cssslmero Teats 4) I at)U
Men's Buck and hluo Tare T I Pfl
Wool Cheviot I'auts 4I,DU
Jin's Edward Harris' CassI- T O flfl
mere Pants 4,UU
tavryer's Cassimers Pants... 3)2. uO
ilen'a Clay Worsted Belts.... 4)0.00
loung Men's Doublo and tin- ffQ n
lie Breasted Suits J)J,4U
19.W ilea's Suits for $4.1111
H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO., Ninth and E Streets l W.
I
THE RINK
ROCKERS
W If
Ply
111 I u Ifill If If
yjiJjliilM
C5C3CJ.
mn OK TO-DAY
VD.O ONLY
This fineROCKER, Saddle or Cobbler Seat,
Oak, Birch or Mahogany finish Frame a $5
Rocker, will be sold (TO-DAY ONLY) AT THE
RINK AT $2.95. Come and get one.
The Julius Lansburgh
FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.
Ham Walker were found guilty of obstruct
ing the sidewalk, and the usual sentences
were Imposed.
DKrAHTMENT CHASGES.
Appointment! and Promotion, in tho
Tretisury.
Changes have been made in the classified
service in the Treasury Department as
follows:
Appointments-Secretary's office Wra.
King, Maine. $720 per annum. Office of
auditor for the Treasury Department Paul
Cook, Arkansas, $900 per annum. Office
of auditor for Uie War Department Mrs. G.
Conwell, Indiana. $1,000 per annum. Of
fice of auditor forthe Interior Depart ment
F. E. Torter, Mississippi, $1,000 per
annum.
Promotions Office of auditor for Uie
Treasury Department J. C. Beagle, North
Carolina, from $900 lo $1,000; W. F. Car
ter, North Carolina, from $900 to 51,000.
Office or auditor for the War Department
It. K. Black, South Carolina, from $1,000
to $1,200.
Office of auditor for the Interior De
partment P. E. Nortliup, Illinois, from $1,
000 to $1,400. Office or auditor for the
Navy Department Oscar Blelaskl, Dis
trict ot Columbia, from 51,200 to S1.40P;
Mln T; r.llonhereer. Connecticut, from Sl.-
000 to $1,200. Orfice of auditor for the
Post-office Department S. J. Erown, Col
orado, rrom SI ,400 to S1.G0U; C. C,
Jones, Alabama, from $1,200 to $1,400;
Jli Vcn's Cnseimere-Suits for 4U,llll
18 Voung Men's Suits for.... 4)0.OU
iM Men's Overcoats, Jlelton, (TQ fn
Kerser 4J.3U
JIT Imported (Jerniacla Over- (TT CO
coats 4livU
115 French Blact Cheviot CC Cil
Overcoats 4D.3U
f-.O OxfordMUeJ Overe-oats.. $4. b
Children's Corduroy Knns 0a
1'ants HIM
Children's Casslinerft Kneo I On
Pacts IDG
Children's strictly all-wool ff I Cfl
Children's Deep Capo Oyer- ff I n
Children's Oi'.d Coats bllC
Thomas EHK Maryland, from $1,000 to
$1,200; W. U . Seholz, Wisconsin, from $900
to $1,000; W. A.Eahart, Utah, from SS10
to S900; L. P. Dye-, Mississippi, from $720
to $810. Office of supervising architect
G. D. Ellsworth, North Carolina, from $1.
S0O to $2,000; C.l,.Ul.inton, Missouri, from
$1,200 to $1,400; J.J. Brcnnan, Pennsyl
vania, from $810 to $1,000. Office of
c-omptroIIer of the currency W. J. Tucker,
Kentucky, from $900 to $1,000.
Rctivnl Work In Annco-stla.
Notwithstanding the chilly atmosphere
last night, twenty five workers ot Kcv.
Me Lauren's Anacostla M. K. Church held
an open air revival servk'e near the Navy
Yard Bridge. Mr. II. A. Linger led the
siuging and scleral present staled that
it was the first time they had atteuded a
religious scrvie-e in many jcars. It was
decided to continue the revival one month
longer.
Incorporated tlio Company.
The Perpetual Aexident Insurance Com
pany, with a capital stock of $10,000, to
be divided into 1,000 shares, was incor
porated to day. Five trustees will man
age the business the first year. The names
of the incorporators are as follows: Ed
win Wllllts, James H. Reeve, Delos H.
Smith, W. II. Tufts, Thomas H. McKec,
Arthur J". Me-Caffcrty, James Tanner, John j
Monagan. Edwin B. Arnold, Georgia L. I
Jeffery, Fred Smith, A. W. Bingham, ,W.
P. Zantzinger, Jessie X. Me-Curdy, and '
C. T. Yoder. '
Special Bargain
SALE OF
Fine Clothing !
The great Sale continues. First-class tailor
made Clothing at twenty-five per cent less than
retail prices.
FINE SUITS
MEDIUM SUITS,
ORDINARY SUITS,
BOYS' SUITS,
CHILDREN'S SUITS,
Come and see how low we are selling Cloth
ing see the high grade qualities we are offering
for ridiculous prices.
FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE.
803 MARKET
WiWVoWWi
BRO
AT
fills the bucket
much does a little money at a time wipe out the
biggest bill. The merchant gets his goods on
credit; why shouldn't you get yours? Not only
do we furnish your house with ever- requisite, but
we can furnish yourselves. Remember, we charge
you nothing for the accommodation.
-10-
Men's
Tbe rerr best Ten Dollar Salt to be foacl in ttieolty Large
Tariety of style In material ana cut flrs:-cla, reliable goods,
qual to custom-m-vlc. Come ani get a fruit 1 en Dollars OX
CKEDIT.
Men's Xvr Overxpats
3Icus handscmo Black ard Blue Bear Overcoats s:yii-h
lenctb. velvet collar. A great barcaln for Ten Dollars O.V
CKhDIT.
Ladies'
Ladies' handsome Cloth JaiteS very stylish for FIts DvI-lars-OX
CKhDIT.
Mayer
Reliable
415 Seventh St. N. W.
i We want
your trade
and that of every man who
well dressed. Now we can dress you In the very height
of fashion at a very :mall out lay of money. We can sell
you an elegent SUIT and OVERCOAT In almost any Im
aginable style, all made for this season's wear.
and
Gcarante yon a perfect fit for ibe
lauor lorv.iuouuui. iuu may
we are going
It a little MronF, bat all wo ast Is about Are minutes of your t me and we
think we can conriuce you thoroughly that we are clrlnc you straight facta.
'ow, when you aro ready for your Tall ani H Inter outfit there is only one
I wo a st is about lire minute
rou thoroughly that wo are ctri
Jy for your Tall ani H Inter oi
to get it,
pxace in uauicstou
And thnt 1? at tho MISFIT CLOTHING VAKLOKS, ivhcro they handle onlr
strlcilv MERCHANT TAILOR MADE GARMENTS, and soil
tnem, on an .ivcraio, for less than onc-hiK their Original Measured IVce.
By clanclnc throiuh tho following fow quotations you cau form a slight Idea
of what mo aro ottering.
A S20 Custom Made SUIT or OVERCOAT for.... S8
A S25 Custom Wade SUIT or OVERCOAT for.... SIO
A $30 Custom Made SUIT or OVERCOAT for.... $12
A S35 Custom Mado SUIT or OVERCOAT for.... SI 5
A $40 Custom Mado SUIT or OVERCOAT for.... SI 8
A nobby and completo line of rants from S2.SO to 56, which were
mado to order for double the. money. All rood sold by us fcept In repair
one year, froo of harcu.
Tifk -r.1-1 oi-f TPoil-kfo TIT 4 0.4-
r ., .
Lrflotlimg
J 407 Seventh
&
FINE OVERCOATS,
MEDIUM OVERCOATS,
ORDINARY OVERCOATS,
BOYS' OVERCOATS,
CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS.
SPACE N. W.
A TIME
to overflowing, and jut as
t
Suits 2
5
Jacket
& Pettit,
Outfitters,
o V
aDDredates what It is to bo
same price yoa would have to pay y cur
say mat
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Street N. W. J
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