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THE EVENING TIMES, STUESDAT, NOVEMBER 5,. 1895.
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ONE DOLLAR :
Neckwear elsewhere is FIFTY CENT neckwear
HERB, and you have about FIVE TIMES the VARIETY
to select from. Newest colors, figures and patterns in
Ascots, Tecks, Four-in-Hands, DeJoinvilles, Club Ties,
etc. The richest a ad choicest selection south of New York.
Investigate our claims for FIEECE HEALTH
UNDERWEAR and you'll wear no other. We are sole
Washington agents, and carry a complete line for men,
'women and children prices $1.25 to $4.50 per garment.
Men's Overcoats $10.00 to $45.00
Men's Suits 10.00 to 50.00
Men' s Derby Hats 1.50 to 3.00
Men's Shoes 2.40 to 6.50
Boys' Shoes 1.40 to 3.00
ROBINSON. CHERY & CO.,
I2TH AND F STS.
MAYER & PETTIT
When you want a new suit;
or your wife wants a new
coat or cape, see us.
and have been for many years. Our prices for
Housefurnislrings and the high quality of our goods
have put us at the head of the entire procession of
dealers in this line. The following items show you
what we mean:
Decorated China Tea Sett.
Large 11am Boilers
Asbestos-lined Griddles. Keetl
lar price, 15c -
Large H Mow Clothes Hampers.
Regular price. Sic.
Decorated .English China Cham
ber Sets, with slop :ars to
match. Regular price, ItW
Copper Bottom Wash Boilers .
DeeorateJ China Dinner bets,
100 pieces Regular price,l7J4
All Copper Tea hettles,e9, 78 and
S9c. ench Recular price, 93c,
1.19 aud 1 --J
S. W. AUGENSTEIN,
439 Seventh st. N. W.
Just Study These Shoe Prices!
During this great sa'e of the stock made up for the vy
of the Warren Shoe House prices will rul
lower tnan wnoiesaie rates.
Your Winter Shoes
Ladles Kid Button and Lace, excel
lent goods, but all Miiall sizes.
Ladies' Kid Button and Lace su
perior eiujllty, styllsli, latest toes
all small sizes.
Ladies' Kid Button Opera, Ptilla
delplila and Common Sense toes all
Ladles' Kiel Button and Lace needle
razor, opera, Philadelphia and com
mon sense toes verv pretty stioes.
Ladles' Kid Button and Lace all the
latest styles and toe beautifully fin
ished. $1.98 Table,
Ladies' Doufrola and French Kid
Opera and Philadelphia toes an ex
cellent, easy-fitllnp lakt.
Ladles' Kid Button and Lace hand
welts selected stock all the latest
Ladies' l!uset Button hand welts
needle toes and all styles in Lid.
Men's Fine Calf Balmorals and Con
cress beautiful eooda strongly made,
and finished in a very stylish manner.
Men's Putent Leather Congress and
House Shoes and Slippers from 50c up.
STOLL'S "810" Seventh St.
FOUR SMALL ItOBBERIES.
Thieve Seem to Prefer Clothing to
. v; Anything; Elt Just Now.
Robberies were reported at police head
quarters tu-day as follows
c Jolm B. Shepperd, of No. lqQO Pennsyl
vania avenue northwest, reports stolen
from his residence on October 20 a light
buff-colored overcoat and a pair of kid
Edward D.Pryor, otNo. 221-Thlrd street
northwest, reports stolen from bis barber
hop yesterday two pairs of hair clippers.
VP.C Murray, 0t No. 1232 Twentieth
CASH OR CREDIT
Decorated French China Cusp!- ..
Decorated I-amps, with shades nnn
to match 71"
Granite Iron Soup Ladle..
Block Tin Dish pans
Galvanized Iron U ash tut), S3, S3
and Trie. each. Kegnlar price,
USc, V 09 aud 1 1'.'.
Mrs. Fotts' Cold Handle Irons,
perset of 3
Balmorals it is on account of this
lot containing only small sizes that we
arc selling them at this price.
This lot is composed ot Men's Coif A
and narrow toes good looking shoes J
Men's Russia Leather Balmorals, with
toe caps easy fitting, well made.
SI. 73 Table.
Men's Fine Calf, Lace and Congress
Shoes equal to the best S3 shoe in the
world and better than many elegantly
made, very stylish and wearable.
Men's Patent Leather Congress, Bal
morals and Button splendid quality
stylish and neat.
Men's Fine Cair Lace anil Congress
opera, needle and globe toes very
dressy shoes .
Men's Trench Calf Patent Leather
medium and narrow toes the latest
shapes a good walking shoe.
Men's Calf Shoes needle, razor, opera
and globe toes hand nelts very fine
ly finished O -
Men's Fine Patent Leather Shoes
kangaroo tops, needle and opera toes
an exceedlnly dressy shoe.
Men's Calf and Russia Leather neat,
well-made, stylish perfect In every
street northwest, reports stolen from bis
cab about- 9 o'clock last night, while at
the corner of Eighth and L streets south
east, a dark gray overcoat, a pair ot dog
skin gloves, and a cab badge.
E. T. Elgin, of No. 1644 Sixth street
northwest, reports stolen from a vacant
house, No. 1213 O street southwest,
within the past twodaVB, two large swing
ing oil lamps.
ELECTION RETURNS 1 1
The Time will dbtplay them on a
mammoth canvas in front of the
BURST M PflOTEST
Ex-Secrelary Foster and' Mr.
Thompson Before Excise Board.
ABOUT DONNELLY'S LICENSE
It Is Alleged Tlmt There Are Too 1r
-linu.v suiooiim in J nut square on
Fourteenth Street Dally Orders Is
sued Additional Frliuteund a Flro
Ex Secretary of State Jolm W. Foster and
SI r. Jolm W. Thompson appeared before tbc
excise board this morning to protest against
the erautlng of a license to James O. Don
nelly, grocer, Willi wholesale liquor license,
at No. 828 Fourteenth street northwest,
stating as a particular reason for the ob
jection that under no construction of the
law can there beany basis for an accumula
tion of saloons in a section where there are
so many residences.
"Tinre are three saloons In the square,"
said 31 r. Thonipsou, "all close together.
You certainly cannot sa that there Is any
necessltj for so roan."
The three referred to are those of 8.
Itothschlld, So. S2i, wholesale liquor
dealer; F. I. Iannaroue, N'o. 831, a saloon,
and Mr. Donnelly, No. 8213, all on Four
"H was the impression of the callers that
the board should reject the application of
Innnarune also, for the reason that hi sa
loon Is located within 400 feet of a pri
vate school. The fact Is, honeMr, that all
the applicants were In business under the
old law , the provision of which as to schools
being limited to public, schools.
RIGHTS OF TUi: ltlWEVTB.
"There are rtally four places 011 a single
cornir," ouMineil Air. "rosier, "where
liquor can be procured, including a drug
store, and we contend thai the residents
have as much right to be heard as others
"II Is n buclnecs street, general," said
President Join son, "and Ihe places were
all located belore we came Into office. We
liae no know ledge of any TluldlliuiM ot law
upon the part of theve piopie."
But oti hae itlscretiunary powers,
have )ou not? The board is csjiccted 10
say whether or nut a man Is a
proiwr person to conduct a sloon, and
whether or not such saloon may be lo
cated at a given place."
"We take all the precautious which the
law gies us the right to take," Mas the
response by Col. Dates. "There are many
things required of us under the law, and
there are other things In which the law
restricts us. Tliev; are apparent when
one studies the legal provisions larefuJI."
The gentlemen plea-santly admitted the
correctness of this, but requested that the
ease be left open to give them time to de
cide upon a course of procedure, and
this was granted.
SEWEIt CONSTRUCTION PKOI'OSALS.
Under orders Issued by the Commission
ers, proposals for sewer construction were
accepted to day as follows- T. M. Lesher
& Son, of Easton, Pa , that for lirookland
sewer, and Andrew eilcason, for Kenesaw
avenue sewer. "
Seven cane nations of water main as
sessnients were also ordered todat, bused
upon the Ilurgdorf decision.
ei. 11. X. Itickrr lias been appointed brhlge
keeper, vice K. I). McClure, deceased, lie
Is placed on the temporary roll at $75 per
It was ordered that a cement sidewalk
be laid in front of No. 171C Massachusetts
avenue northwest, and that a sewer be
constructed la the alley between South
street and the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal,
Thirty-first and Thlrtj second streets,
both under tbc permit system.
John II. Anderson, was to-Jay appointed
an additional private on the police force
for duty at the Zoo.
Probatlonarj Private J. M. Offutt, of
the lire department, who has satisfactorily
served his probationary term of twelve
months, was ti-Jay plac-d upon the perma
nent roll, promotion to take elfect the 1st
Steam "engineers' licenses were ordered
to be issued tn-Jny as follows: Isaac C.
tjmallwood, first class, and William L.
Macomber, second class.
The Industrial Home School, through
Mrs. Harrow, the superintendent, has been
notified that the pumping facilities are at
present Insufficient to permit the tap
ping of the water main on the TenIeytovn
road, a privilege desired for the benefit of
It was stated, however, that if at any
time the school supply of water shall be
come limited, a temporary arrangement
can be made, and that upon the completion
of the Ren reservoir, about January 1,
the application will be reconsidered.
BOCXTY SUITS FILED.
Sugar Producer Who Object to the
Bowler View of Things.
New Orleans, Nov. C Two suits were
filed in the United States circuit court yes
lerday afternoon as test cases to settle
the matterof the ttv o bounty appropriations
of $23H,000 and $5,000,000, which were
killed by the adverse decision or Corup
t roller Bon ler some time ago.
The suit to settle the first appropriation
is entitled tbc Realty Companv or Louisiana
vs. the United States, and is for $5,576
bounty earned prior to August 28, 1804.
The second suit Is that of Andrew H.
pGay.TSon of the late Edward J. Qavt vs.
the United states, lor $8,758.22, for
bounty earned between August 28, 1894,
and 'July 1,1895.
The suits are brought under the Tucker
act bf 1887, which gives concurrent Juris
diction with the Court of Claims, to tbc
United States circuit and district courts,
and are based uikio a compliance of both
plaintiffs with all the requirements of the
tariff act of 1890.
The Department at Washington hat
given every assurance or assistance in
pushing the cases, and It is hoped that
after a decision here the cases will be In
the bands of the Supreme Court of the
United States early in December.
The counsel engaged consists of Col.
James D. Hill and Judge T. J. Semmes, of
New Orleans; Joseph H. Choate, of New
York, and ex Senator Charles F. Mander
son, of Nebraska.
OIL GOES UP.
Advance in the Ohio Field Puts Elec
tion in the Background.
Cleveland, Ohio. Nov. 5. A special to the
Press from Flndlay, Ohio. sajs.
A sudden advance in the price of Ohio oil
of 5 cents was made to-day by the Buckeye
Pipe Line Company, causing a sensation
among oil operators that laid the election
in the shade.
The price has been dropping steadily for
five months, and the present change was
not only unexpected but without reasonable
The new prices aro 70 cents for North
Lima; 68 cents for South Lima, and 61
cents for Indiana.
Fined One Thousand Dollars.
Ottawa, Ontario, 'Nov. 5 It is under
stood that the government will order the re
lease of the Gloucester fishing schooner,
Fischolson, which has been found guilty
of violating the fishery laws, on pavroent
of a fine of $1,000. the government waiv
ing ail proceedings in the admiralty court
for the confiscation of the vessel.
Round Steak, 10c.
Sirloin Steak, TZ l-2c.
Porterhouse Steak, 15c.
Lamb, from 6c. to 15c.
Roast Beef, 8 to 12J-2c.
J. H. Hoover, 7th st. wing.
Btoll's great sale of shoes Ladies'
lien's Children's, at less than wholesale
cost. Don't buy ehoes until you nave
visited this tale- , ;
A slhgje visit
From a Doctor
This same $2.00
Will buy from us
Cork sole shoes
Or triple leather sole
Extension edge shoes.
RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES.
03C-032 7th St. N. TV.
toi4-ioio po. mx, w.-r
233 Pa. Ave. & E.
PENSION FOR A PLAYER
Hauschild's Disability Is the Re
sult of Flaying, Wind Instrument.
Peculiar Caw: of n former Member ot
the We-xt Point Military Baud.
His Claim Allowed.
A peculiar case lias Just been de-clded by
the Pension Commissioner in fuvor ot an
applicant who alleged and conclusively
proved that by reason of the continuous
exercise required of him as a member of
the West Point Military Baud, there was
produced an enlargement, dilatation and
rupture of'the troehea lo the degree or
The allegation of the claimant. Otto
Hauschlld, of Highland Falls, N. Y., was
to the effect that the disability re-salted.
from the strain on the throat, "from play
ing a wind instrument," and lie Intimated
that the responsibility for his disaster was
due lo the exactions of Arthur Clappe,
former leader ot the band.
The claim was verified by medical and
lay testimony, the examining surgeon's
certificate reciting that the applicant was
jMlctcd with a short, dry cough; that ex
piratory counds from the throat resulted
from his breathing; his voice was husky;
he swallowed with difficulty even when
partaking of liquids, and that a crackling
and rough sound was heard and felt at the
upper part of the troehea when the claim
ant attempted to swallow.
The disease of throat was alleged in an
application for an increase; of pension,
filed in 1892, Hauschlld being already tar
ried upon the tolls on a claim established
for partial deafness of the right ear and
total dearness ot the left and disease of
throat, the latest certificate being for a
higher rating. The -number of his orig
inal certificate 1si86C,1o9.
When all the circumstances are consid
ered, and the rarlty.of the occurrence is
noted the case is one that will doubtless
attract a good deal of attention front the'
medical and surgical fraternity.
514 9th St.
Figured CoTcrt Cloth Tea Conns, Mctbe
llubbsrd style, yoke lined, excellently
made, only a limited quantity left.
itortn i.uj oulj &
(t0 1Q Ladles' Changeable SilkSbirt Waists,
J)B j made In the v-ery latest style, balloon
aleeves, excellent value at 5 oaly
(Ft CO That ever popular Black Figured
Jl .03 Drilllantlne Mohair bkirt,tallor-made,
extra lull width; ihey are really
cheap at I3.W only ILeJ.
ff QQ Ladle-,' Black Kersey Cloth Capes,
J I ,JU extra fall sweep, nicely tailored and
finished, worth W.;5-only II 9a
Ladies' Plaid Shirt Walsis, made In the
latest style, all sizes In stock, worth 69c
ISO dozen Children's Extra Heavv Black
beamiest Uoso MzoGtoSJf. Kegular
2Jc quality Only 'Jo.
For two Ladles' Ribbed Vests-full
welfht. Always sold at 5c each. Only
19c lor two
Pair for Men'a Good Elastic uspender&
Alwajs sold at Sic, Only 9c pair.
Handsome Japanese Carpet Rugs in as
sorted styles. Slze36xt Worth 1LS0
A cake for the very best White Scented
Castile Soap N orth 10c a cake Only 2c
For the best Bleached Bed Sheets. Not
wltbslandiuc the advance lo cotton, we
sell tho CSc sh:et at 41c
r n For a set ot six Triple-plated Teaspoons
OB plated on white metal guaranteed to
wear. Only 15c set.
For a good English Tooth Brush best
white bristle. Worth 19c. Only 7c.
Gents' extra size cambric Handker
chiefs, warranted fast colored border;
worth lScfo-only 3c.
Bargains in Dressmaking Department.
For this handsome Suit, made to
order In the latest style of the very
desk aii-wouisuiiiogB a uozen pat
terns to select from.
(IQ ffl For the New Family Sewinc Ma-j
J I U.3U chine, all attachments Included,
and fully warranted for fire years.
All makes of Sewing Machines Re
paired at the Lowest Prices.
514 9th ShN. W.
GLOOM f HPOLICE COURT
Justice Administered With a
Firmer Hand Than Usual.
SENTENCES AND LECTURES
Job ii On ens, a DUtrict Fire Alarm
Service Lineman, Convicted of. Vu
jjrancy aud ScMitDovvn Maggie Mer
cer Brought in for Not Heeding
The cheerful face of "Fat-man" Flynn aud
Mr. Pugb's gorgeous necktie were the only
bright spots In Judge Kimball's court this
morning. The fog and mist from the out
side filled the big room every time the door
was opened, and an air of gloom hovered
over everything. Even his honor seemed
affected by it, and with every sentence of
the court he delivered a lecture, more se
vere than usual.
Samuel Green, with a face that intensified
the darkness in the courf room, stepped
sadly up,to the rail when Court was opened
and said he wasn't a vagrant. Policeman
O'Douohue arrested him on L street north
west, and testified that he hung around tbc
neighborhood doing neithlng, and was a
"I ain't no vag., Mr. Kimball," said the
cbouhued prisoner. "I works when I
gil any work to do."
Willi a few appropriate comments the
court announced that $20 bonds or ten
days In the workhouse would do for Green.
Bottle Taylor, dark, fat and a trifle over
forty, was arrested last night by Police
man Harrison in Georgetown for boisterous
conduct on the street, but she forfeited the
?5put up for her appearance at court
HEEDED NOT THE OFFICER.
Clara Wallace, a resident of Freeman's
alley northwest, was arraigned by Police
man Carson and pleaded not guilty to a
charge of disorderly conduct.
"Your honor," said the officer, "this
woman was in a crowd in the alley, very
disorderly, and would not heed a remon
strance, so I had to arrest her."
"What have you got to say to this charge,
Clara's excuse for her offense was not
forthcoming and she stepped back. Fifteen
days hence she nil! have another oppor
tunity. Policeman Carson got another case In
the same alley last night In the iierson of
Mallnda Larkuu, v. horn be charged with
Her reputation among the best society in
the alley is very unsavory, but she dis
claimed the credit of being such a terror
and pleaded not guilty very resolutely.
The testimony was very decldedlyagalnst
her, honever, and the court said she could
siend thenext thirty da) sat the orkhouse.
fclie will do it.
Annie B. Smith, colored, homeless and
very tough, was anotber Second preeenct
prisoner. Policeman Gibson arrested ber
on Seventh street, near the O street mar
ket, and swore to the Information charg
ing her with being an idle and disorderly
person, likely to become chargeable to the
District. Annie B. and Mallnda Larklns
will also leave the institution for the re
ception and care of moral invalids about
the same time.
MAGGIE MERCER'S HOUSE.
In the next case, that of Susie Mercer
and Hcnrj Lee, colored, and John Owens
white, all charged with vagrancy, it took
the court considerably over an hour to take
the personal beinds of the twei negroes and
send the white man to the workhouse.
All lived together with Maggie Mercer
In a house in Haves' court, and when the
proprietress was warned to break up and
move she failed to do It. Policemen Rus
sell, Bojce, Flather, Edwards and Bowie
testified against the character of the de-
The woman testified that she came to
the city Sunday night from Columbus,
Ohio, and Intended to stay only a few davs.
With the understandingthatshe hasten her
departure, the judge ordered that her
bonds be taken. Lee promised to lead a
better life, and the clerk took his bonds.
The court neglected to ask what John
would pmmlse, and sent him down for
Owens bad a son living with him at the
house, and he was tried before Judge Mil
ler on a petition to commit to the board
of children's guardians. K developed in
tbe testimony that Owens was a lineman In
the employ of the District fire alarm of
fice and drawing a salary of SCO a muntb.
"I don't see how that man could be held
as a vagrant," said Judge Miller, referring
to tbe sentence of Judge Kimball, "when
it is plainly shown that be is getting such
But John went down.
Howard Fltezel's Charred Bely.
lndlanjpolis, Ind , Nov. D. Mrs. Pite
zel lias requested that the charred body
of her little-son, Howard, and the few
personjl effects of his that were found in
Holmes' Irvinston death trap, he shipped
to her at Oalva, 111 , where she will bury
Sued to Have an Interpretation.
Charles C. Bryan today brought suit
against William Maj to secure an interpre
tation of the will of John F. May, who
died May 1, 1801. F. P. B. Sands Is
On Aceount of a Xrnntee.
Carroll A. Brooks to day filed suit for
the appointment ot a substitute trustee in
place of James H. Marr in a trust on lot
43, square 117. Atberton Marr and others
VTtiH "vTliitinan and the Negro.
The Bethel Literary and Historical Asso
ciation will be addressed this evening at
8 o'clock by Pror. Kelly Miller, of Howard
University, on "What Walt Whitman means
to the negro."
Stoll's great sale of shoes Ladies'
Men's Children's, at less than wholesale
cost. Don't buy shoes until you have
visited this sale.
We know everything,
butwe do think we know
a good suit when we see
it, and that's the kind of
suit that we make. We
put good material and
good workmanship in
all our suits.
suits we make our
selves, and we know
they are good.
What we mean by BROOM
DAY Is we will give to-day
To-day a large
three double-string broom
will be given to eve -y custo
mer purchasing groceries
from our price list to the
amount of one dollar's
worth or over. Ask for
broom after completing
your purchases. Now is the
time to lay In your winter's
Leave your orders to-day.
Those who may not find It
convenient to have their
flour delivered at once, may
leave their ordersto-day for
delivery on any day during
the week, thereby securing
their barrel at present
729, 731 7th St.
We are hustling out the S4O.00O
stock of the late firm of H. A. Ha
zelton & Co.. of New York, which
we boucht at the sheriff's sale.
We started the ball rolling at
44c On the Dollar,
and now we are doing even better
than that Lower and lower go our
prices, and faster and faster the
bargains get snapped up. The ea
ger crowd of purchasers grows big
ger every day. Don't miss your
chance luck like this doesn't often
come your way.
Men's Heavy Winter Suits. Don TQ CC
ble and bingle Breasted 40,D J
Men's Strictly Ail Wool Cheviot TC fl
Suits, wholesale price $11.00.. -$3,411
Heavy Winter Clay Worsted Suits.
itesenc cut ana sack: reguiarvri- iu
wholesale price $15 00 4U. N
Oxford Mix Winter Suits. Double
and Single Breasted, CaK-slnierettl QC
lined, wholesale price S16 00 $1.03
Men's Overcoats heavy Blue Bea-vtC rn
vera double warp Italian Hnlng.4tU.uU
$18 00 Imported Germanla Ovcr-ff "7 Cfl
$10 00 French Black Cheviot Over-ffC "7C
coats , $D. lO
$10 00 Oxford Mixed Overcoats.. 4r. 0
Men's Finest Quality Vicuna. Mel
tons and Kerseys, blue and blacL.
lined with SWlnuer's Silk, raw
edge 3 inch Velvet Collar: wboIe-ttQ Tt
sale price $20 00 4v).U
Men's Heavy Winter-Pantaloon3.4) I .UU
Strictly All Wool BlacL and Blueff I Cfl
Harris' Casslmere Pants; whole-ttO flfl
sale price $3 50 4Z.UU
Young Men's Dark Gray Overcoats:! 0 0C
wholesale price $7.00... 4)0. Z3
Children's Overcoats and Ulsters,
made in first-class stile: whole-U I CC
sale price $3 76 J I. DO
Children's Suits, from A to 16 Qflfi
years of age JUU
Double-breas'ed, well made. pat-tT I fl
ent elastic Waist Bands, all W00I41 1 .Hit
Double-breasted Rough Cheviot, T I Cf"
blue and black 4M.D0
Double-breasted, double seat andffO Ofl
Lnees; 20 stiles to select from 4Z.ZU
Genuine Scotch Cheviot Suits: 20ff) "IT
different patterns 4.3
Boys' Long Pants Suits 14 to 19
years doubleand single breasted,
nianufactured of absolutely purelTQ "JC
wool iiuterlal 4u.lU
Hundreds ot other bargains.
no connection with
bouse in the city.
tt: 1 1
i universal uurgains
in house-furnishings and
. fYfAfOtlQCS ' MlMavTvH.
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Cnnaillnim Still Kicking About En
croachment of Americans.
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 5. Tho attention ot
tho f(hcries department has been ejted
to the alleged cne-roatuuients by Ameri
cans on the halibut fisheries of Hecate
Strait, whleh lies between Queen Char
lotte Manel group and the mainland of
The ihanncl is from forty five to ninety
miles wide and about 150 miles long, and
comprises witnin its area one of the best
halibut banks In the world.
Tho American fishing companies have
been sending their vessels this summer to
this locality, though it is exclusively Cana
dian territorial water, and It has been
suggested to tbo department that steps
should be taken toward placing these
fishing vessels on a license basis.
Licenses to marry were issued to-day as
Wnilaui H. Lee and Ada Campbell.
Thomas O. Jones, of Baltimore, and
Blanche Cater, of Takotna Fark.
William Drecliia and Mary llolz.
Floyd M. Lake-man and Lizzie E, Evans.
William Lewis and Harriett Ann Alex
ander. Robinson P . H. Bennett, of Lyons' Farms,
X. J., and Lacy Glover Collins.
Joseph Bodler and Mary Tasler.
Harry Cissel and Susan Noble.
MEN'S CORK SOLE SHOES
The moat popular and fashion
able men's Shoeoa the market
uvday genuine cork sole se
lected leather tall cair lined
hand-tewed welts In Congress
and Balmoral styles good value
everywhere at 1400. We sell
Tbc Jcnoess Miller bhoes.
(Ifore popular than ever )
939 Penna. Ave.
Open tillS p. rn. Saturday. 10.30.
Have done in
You caa do 8om9 of IL
"5V ETcrythin; Is x educed
TJ "erjibicE to iarmsH a
home is here.
M House & Herrmann,
tj'i"f:J 17. 910. 921 and 923
636 Mass. Ave.
817 Market Space.
$40,000 worth Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods. Ladies' Muslin
Underwear, Hosiery. Notions,
Books of all kinds, Toys, etc.,
stock of goods from a large
New York department store.
All goods to be sold to the
highest bidder without re
serve. Sale begins Monday at lOai
m. and at 7 p. m., to continue
until stock is disposed of.
SEATS FOB LADIiS.
EXCELSIOR AUCTION HOUSE,
817 Market Space.
Ot:erboanio la eltnated directly
oppoalie tbe new hotel at CheTj
Cbosa It is tbe only subdlrisloa
in this beautiful and healthful
section not controlled by the Chery
Chase Co, aud yet It Is a pan of
the suburb of Chevy Chase
Otterbourne is easily accessi
ble to the cit and the commuta
tion rate from any part of this city
wiU be extremely low. Property
in this section Is enhancinc rapid
ly, andmles than & year will
be worth double what you pay for
IL Terms to suit
T. 0. AHDERSON & GO., 907 G St.
Heal Estate and Business ELxchacce.
We give away
with ever; purchase of a Chllda
Suit or OTercoal a h&nasome Back
it jou doubt our prices or quali
ties, come and examine them your
self; we can soon conrlnce tou that
we leid In Children s nothing.
Garner & Co.
X E. Cor. 7th and II Streets X. W.
A 1 Sug-a r-c u r c d r
Hams, 1 Oc- per pound.
These are not shoulders S
cut in the shape of Hams, K-J
J2 but genuine Hams from $5
JgJ the hind legs of hogs. O
pft Either smoked or Corned w
j 10c per lb. g
ggj Breakfast Bacon.. 9c lb g
H Pure Lard 8c lb
rgs Compound Lard. . . 6c lb s
jpsj N. Y. Burbank Po- ipj
U tatoes, per bu... 44c js
3 STOKES III 4th St. S.K: Cot-M Wt
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.901 7th tlK V; Cor. Washlncton H
and Monroe Sts., Anacostla. Tele- 9
El phone. Write. Call H
HOTEL WAHNKR. -
470472 rauitylvaula avenue north
west, near 6th street. Business men's
lunch. 12 to 2 o'clock. 23c-: tablu d'hots
dinner. 4-30 to 7.30 p. m.. 60c oc23 3m
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