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TIIE EVJSNIXG TiiJM afojjrfrffffi NOVEMBER 25, 1895.
Parser. Bridget & Co.
Clothiers, 3!3 TtU St.
"Small men" aud "big"
boys. A manufacturer's bal
ance of Long Pants Suits for
boys from 14 to 19 years.
Will fit j'ou small men, too 1
Strictly All-wool Black and
Navy Blue Cheviots aud
fancy juixtures, in single and
double-breasted sacks. Others
ask $7, S7.50 and Sio aud
so did we prior to this pur
chase. Your choice of the
lot for $5.
Parker,Br idget &Go
Clothiers, 315 7th St.
The standard of bi
cycle excellence is set 3rear
after 3'car 03' the
It'll be the same
next season as
'tis this: You'll
model now here.
Learn to bicycle ou Columbia V.M,
1'tU aud C its.
istrict Gycla Co.,
. Hart Brlttaln,
We have bought eA-cry
sample Suit every Over
coat and e"very pair of
Trousers of one of the lar
gest clothing houses in the
county. The price paid
permits us to sell them for
less mone3 than they cost
other dealers at wholesale.
M.Its that are worts S17.M JI5.00
nntl flCrO In sacks and frocks.. .
Fainplo Overcoats In Blue and Itlack
bearer. Mellon, aud Knvy ifir.iO
113 and $1.!.:4) qualities
(ample Troucrs not a pair worth
le?g than H and the majority
made to pell fur $d accl (7 to be
rloeI out at...
Notice the displn- of these
Sample Suits Overcoats
and Trousers in our win
dows. They won't be there
431 Seventh St. N. W.
and Wednesday of
IhU veek I make a
price ou nil my I3 Ot.
For these three diyn
Iho prico iv ill bt cuty
58 ft) ricL out your
own cloth, t atch your
kuH being made; try
it on till it liu jou
ele it would cot you
513 00 to 33 W.
613 l' St.N. .
POLICE FORCE DKMTED
Continued frinii Klrt Vniie.
ftil force Kcidiriiy inmlcffunte to thci.ccds
of a cit HVc W.u-liliiRtim."
"It Is ii well rvruBiilrtil met." said
l'roet.utiDS Attorney J.imc- L. 1'ugli, "iliat
the police force or llio District or t'olum
lii.i is entirely Iuad11111.ua In ixilnl of num
bers to nflord protection to the property
und titiriiN. I am ccrteliily in laur of
:inj nioiemcnt stnrteil villi an object of In
iriMtefit the force, ami lioiietlic.iililltlon.il
men a-k"il fur by M.i j. .Moore will lie grant
ed. Around the lailice court here J n-e I In
need of more mnt, demonstrated ciery
"I lIiee the iireccnt police force lo lie
composed of good and undent men,' s,ild
Lazier .lohn A. t'larke, "Imt there are too
few or Diem. Their uumbera nra Insuffi
cient to .iironl adequate prolcctinii to prop
erty and citizens. It In well tint some
earnest eriort Is being nude to Incrcnsu
the membership of the force, and I certainly
hope the rupicsls of the Mijierintentlent
will lie irmutcd liy the coming Congress. I
have walked alons the htrei ts for panares
without catching slclil of n lilue-cn.it.
This Is not because the men are Idle, Imt
because tlicreare m fewof them."
mx sM.VTi. itomii:itins.
X. I errntNe In lite Dnlly T.1M Hejiort-
d lo He-ndiniurtern.
Tlnr seems to liae liccu no let-up In
the daily list of roblicrlei reported lo
hvam'uarlcr. All M'clluni or tho eity
far the Mine, stntl with the limited Mini
Ikt of pollccinen a.iil.iUu for Ktrcel iluty.
the wonder is flint the robberies are Dot
large! and even more fri'ijuenC
11. K. FUnii. of No. -lib I street north
vim wan made a victim list liiRht to the
et-nt of ii blue ni.nkliitOf.ti. n bl.ick
oxercoal a pair of nfctniknu gIocs awl a
p.i r of kid cloves.
William o. Dawson r No. 013 Tiveinii
ktreet, was pdilrnl of a handsome blatk
hen it mcTvi.it by a b.)M thief in briad
il.illcht. lie was standing; nearlhe Ifcink
of the Republic, corner of Beventh and 1)
fctrccts, and had laid hie coat aside for a
moment. When he turned around It vas
I. S. Klmoip. nf the Washington Loin,
ami Trust IniildiiiB was alM the victim of a
robbery that deprived hint or an ov.Tcnlt
ami a pair of gloves.
James Lane of No. HOC First str.-et
northwest reinrtcil the lots liy theft of tlilr
leen palm or second-hand shoey.
Jnmes E. Jeiinlson of No. 1711 Sixth
flreet northwest reported either ln-t or
Moleu a lady'H gi ild w.-i tch , c ha in and charm.
Sulo of IVopertj- SoiiRlit.
The papers were filed this morning bv
Halblou A Rlddon. allornej-i. In behalf of
JeremtaU Turner. Slary 11. Turner Walton,
tVm. Walton and Luclnd.i Turner, against
Tlioman Oteenrield lo i-uforce a sale of cer
talu property described In the 1)111 and lor
uch partition of the proceeds-aa may be.
The properly Imohcd Is rtescrllied as lot
Q, In Cruichctfn (.ubdlvislon of lots In
square 768. originally owned by one Alex
Two Electric Light Companies at
the District Building.
RESIST ISSUE OF A PERMIT
Thi U.S. Coiiipniiy'DPC'lnrcHTliiit Hie
CoiiiinUhloners lime Xci l'oncr or
JdBlit to Knor tin- I'otoninc Com
panyAttorneys Arjrno im to tin
I.tin JJiilly OrdcrM IkmiciI.
Tlie UiIihI Slates Electric Company and
the l'otomao LlBlilliiR anil I'ower Com
pany npiK-ariil by repaeutntlves before
the Committloiiers at 11:15 this morn
Ihr. The iiucstion at is-iue was whether
the l'otomac Comikiny shall have a permit
to lay a wire from the trolley wire on the
Telile) town llkttrlo Kond lo bouses for
lighting piirim.ses. The Potomac Com
p.iny owns the electric ro.ul.
Tlie Uniled States Company was repre
sented by McsyS. Henri Wlv Camel t and
J. K. Kedtui;tou, and Tn-ildeut A. A.
Thomas was also there. Tiie l'otomao
Coniiiauy was reiirewiited by I'tcsidcnt O.
T- Crosbv. CniiiiuiRtloikT' Attorney S.
T. Thom.is, Messis. L-e Ilutchlns anil liu
Md Towers and Mr. Kvan Tucker of Iho
NiTllienst CitiZLtia' Association were also
.Mr. Garnet I opened thedlsmsslon Willi a
rot it ii or legislation In nganl to pultlus
up roles ami laying conduits for electric
wires, beginning tilt 18d:l. Jle sa'd an net
In lfe'S provided for the putting tinder
ground oi all wires alter Sqitembcr lo In
In that jear. Alter the act of 18S! tliere
wa no porter Willi any one to put down
londults. An iiiic.tlgatioii had been made
to deli rmiiii; Just v uat ought to be done.
TAKEN" UP AGAIN.
In lfitiO the subject was taken up again
by an eiettrie commission composed of ex
perls for the iu:rp"se of deteriuimng what
would be the best unifortu syMeiu of con-
veilug electric turn ills. This act sale the
C)inmlsioneis no right whatever to grant
pormtK , ,
On March 3, lftSU. an act wns passed dl
rivtnnr the coiiiiiiission to report on wiring
houses, and added a prmislon that tie
Coinniiasioiicrs might grant permltx to
lighting companies for additional conduits
not to eti eed rive miles in all.
- In lMf?S the Coiiimllouers ordensl un
derground all oierhead wires. In lKbli Ibis
was repealed, nml aecoidingly on March 1,
Im'.iI, all Hires Aieie lisally underground.
The only li-gal tkvlrlc lighting (hen In e.
letKe was nv subways. Congies directed
lhatnddltion.il subwajsmlglil tie put hi to
the extent or live miles and no more. This
must ine.iu ill addition to a sistemor wn
already underground. The Potomac Com
liauy was not then In existence.
Hut the Commissioners' attorney had d
cided underaiiactof 18U3 that the Poimnae
compani might lay tsitiilulls. TlilsaclMr.
Gnrmtt'reitil. Mr. (larnelt (-aid he could
not see howaiiylliiugln tint ml lould give
the Coiiiinlssioners ihe power to grant a
pi rnut foranjlhlng.
lie then took- Mr. Thomas" opinion of ;o-
ember i:, in wlmli the ,iltorne bays lie
has iliecoViTtd that the Potomac Com
pauv has lits-n furnishing elettric lights In
(ieorgetown for jear". For this reason
lie hail (hanged his opinion and taought
the penult could be grained.
Mr. (iauiitt s.tiil they would show that
the Potomac Comiiau hml not betn fur
nishing eiouric light for .wars and that
any coininny wluth had been doing so
hud been iolatiug the law.
Maj. Powtll nkcd If these laws applied
lo the whole liisiritl or only lo Unsli
To :i qii(s.iioii from Commissioner True
dell he replied that he had oterstuted in
siying that the overhead wires or the Ten
levlow n road were Illegal.
lie read a pajK'r siiowlug Hint the Poto
mac Company was incorptuatcd In IH!M,
aud said It was impossinie lor the Coin-niis-,ioiT-
lo grant them tlie permit asktd
LET HOWX TIIE KAItS.
lluargiud thai if this permit were issued
the lurs would lie let down, and electric
lighliug by thistompauy could lieextendeil
throughout the District.
Mr. Utsliugton took up the argument for
the Unlit d Matt- Company to show that
the records here do nol show that the Po
tomac Light and -Power Company owns u
dollar's worth of electric apparatus In the
illy. He couldn't see how the Commission
ers could consider the graining of a permit
except under mandate of conn.
Coiigrii had grained the right of exten
sion of tonduits not to irxeul file milt
Tor the legally existing system up to u eer--tain
lime, and this limit by the terms of
the law ilself had tiecii riuioitll In April,
lelt", o that Ihe United Slates Companj
may now extend Its conduits.
He then argu.il at length against tlie s
suanco of a ptrutil iiiider the net of lbli.'t
iltul by Attorney Thomas.
Orders were issued as follows loday:
Water main ns-essmenis canctled under
the llurgdorf decision against lot Iff, block
.'ii;. llronklnnd; rimaimng iiistalliiients
against lot 1. Wright subdivision Mount
1'leiis.iui; part or subloi rtl. tsJ, and s:i,
Grisw old's K'llsllvlsioii Chltliestt r; lots
I". 4a, H,,siUare .'37; all subloi 01', wiuare
Conlracl Willi Nortx-rg Manurnctiirliig
Coinpanvexlended lo seplcinber-7, lS'Jf,,
M-ieniy feet (r ten inch sewer be laid on
Fourteenth street, between 11 and I.
Eight v feet of twenty-four-lnch sewer be
laid on Fourteenth street, between 1-ist
Cnpilol and A urn-el s nortli. and loo feet
between East Capitol aud A streets touth.
POLICE COURT CAPPING.
Hiile Adopti'd liy tlicTml,
New Hole Adopted liy t
St oil the Practice.
In future those Individuals known in
tiollcc court parlance as "rappers" will
have a. hard and uneven row to hoe around
the lmllcc court. Immcdlalily after the
tumultuous trial of Isaiah Lewis ill the
police court last Saturday, which resulted
m a lumber of colored auornets attempt
ing lo file barges with tli-major of polite"'
agailisi. l'Olliviuail riiui, woo oi.ioi- ioe
arrest, the tivo Judges tLiuisuIttd together
and the following order, Xilctl aud lgned
today, was the result:
"That no person or persons not having
business ennnr-r tnl with the pollce court
shall habitually loiter in either of the
lourtrooms, halls, corridors or on the
step-, or in imnt of or lu or about the po
lite court budding;, that no person or per
sons shall approach any dclendant, wit
ness or other person having business belore
Ihe said court Tor the purpose of solicit
ing busiucs lor himself or other person, or
for Ihe purpose of procuring bonds for any
person convicted .or committed by the
judges or said court in default of bonds.
"Any person violating any proMsions
of ttiis order shall be deemed guilty of con
tempt of court nnd shall be punished according!!-.
"1 lip officers of the court will see tliat
this order is strictly enforced,"
Aiitl-Niloon laiignc .Meel lulls.
The Antl-Paloon League had charge last
night or the regular eieiimg meeting at
Klienezer Methodist Episcopal Churtli. col
ored. Alter conducting tno opening ex
ercises Itev. Alexander Henuis, the pas
tor, introduced James L. Ewin, first lice
president of Ihe Antl Saloon League, .is
the chairman ou the evening. Mr. Ewin
gave a brief description or the league, and
a tt.it cmtut of how individual (hurdles
and lildlWdu.il tiliens could co-operate
In Us work agntiist the saloons, und then
called on Mr. IMwnrd S. Atkinson, who
had lieeij designated to sneak on behalf
of the church. Mrs. Lydia II. Tillon,on
behalf or the league, read a liaper en
titled. "Who are Responsible for the Sa
loons?" The executive comnultco of" the
Itnguu meets thlsafteruoon, a nd a business
meeting of the Hague Is to be held next
Monday etching, at Mhldi lime dilegatcs
lo Ihe national convention will be chosen.
Colonil Cyclers,' Special McetliiLr.
There will be a meeting of the "Washing
ton branch of Hie American Union Cjclers,
at the ball, No. 1005 II street northwest,
ou Tuesday, Novcmlicr !", at 7:30 p. m.
sharp. At the lust mcctius of the asso
ciation, which was held on last Tuesday
evening, tlie committee ou constitution
presented their report, which was adopted.
It tails for a. lmetiug on the first nnd
third Tuesday of each month. The meeting
of Tuesday is a special one, called for spe
cial business widcli will presented for
consideration. All the colored wheelmen
of the District ot Columbia will come to
this meeting and aid in this undertaking.
Tliere will he no Initiation fee charged till
the first meeting in IKilO.
"Blood" Jones Sentenced.
"Blood" Jones pleaded guilty of larceny
In criminal court-No. ii before Justice Cox
this morning, and was sentenced to the
penitentiary roi a period of eighteen months.
William S (anion, charged with larceny,
Withdrew the plea of "not guilty," pre
vlously entered, and was given a sentence
of fifteen months nl Albany.
"Wood" and William will dorfbtless go
with, tbe next batch of prisoners made up
Says Colder, with
probable rain are you pre
pared for such weather?
We are quite prepared
to fit you out if you are not
from your skin to' your over
coat. Suits from $10.00
up, such as you cannot du
plicate at $15.00.
Overcoats at the
same figure, which you would
pay a tailor $18.00 or S20.00
for and think you were get
ting a cheap coat.
As to Underwear,
we sell it cheaper and better
than most people think the
right sort just what you
want to protect yourself
against November weather.
Children's Clothing at
mm f sk
"Tins Hiiite ISciLnivn."
SPORTSMEN DRAFT A LAW
Preservation of Fresh Water Fish
in the Potomac Is Its Purpose-
-Meeting of I'romlneiit WiiHliliiKtuu
Hunters nnd AnglerM ut IIiuper'M
Kerry Uniform ilulo Trained.
A numlsTof leadlt.g local sportsmen went
to Harper's Ferry. W. Va.. on Natiirday last
In response to u call Issued by tile Maryland
Oame and rili Protectlie Association for
a meeting to nicrectinon a uniform law for
Maryland. Virginia, and West Virginia to
regulate the rutching of blatk bass in the
l'otomac Kiier. The meeting nan held at
the clubhouse of the Blue Itidge Itod and
The following were present Col. Jame 1'.
Wlllctt. Iir. W. H. Harban, II. W. Trazier,
John W. .Macartney". W. A. M.irns, William
U. Hterett. Kobert T. Hough, Jie-i ph H. Mil
ler. Kudolph Knuffmann, anil William I.
Itudy. representing the Woodmont and Illue
Uldge rod and gutulubs, ami all from Wash
ington. Judge Kdwnrd Stake. William II. Arm
strong, C. f. Schertnerhorn, Ilr. (Jeorge W.
Mastaniore. and J. tl. MtCler.ui, represent
ing tlie Mart land ti.imeaud Fi.-h l'rotect
Me-ssrs. Charles r. Nelson and J. J. Crim
A. H. Dandridge. llr. A. P Kevnolds and
Dr. U. H. IMwards, of We'st Virginia.
Letters ree-'ned from T. M. liarrah.
Wheeling: Kornit W. Ilrown. Ch.irlPstov.-n-Frtsl.
F. Me-Comas. Ilugi-rstowu, and A.F.
llresel. of Baltimore.
Judge Mtako was circled president, and
Ir. tieorge W. Mnsamore, sirret.irs-. Ilr.
Massamoresl.iletl theotilctt of tlienieeting.
and arter a dlsciissioii the rnllowitijr drart
of a law was uu.iuliuously .igretsl ujioii:
"It shall not l(el.uful tor auy person to
catch or kill any black liass, green Iwss,
rotk liass. pike or pickerel, or w.illejed
plke(coniinonly known as salmon) between
thefirtceiith day of April and the first day
of June or t.ieh ji-ar. nor to catch or kill
any ot said spitles or fish at any other
time during the year save only with a roil,
hook and line or dip-net. Anv person io
latiug the provisions of this act shall lie
guilty of a iiddeme,iior. and shall be pun
ishable ou i-otnictlon liy imprisonment in
the county Jail not exceeding six months,
or by a flue nol exi ceding tit o hundred did
lars t$200), or by both fine and Imprison
ment. "And it shall be the duty of the court at
every session of the grand Jury tntalllisai
tentloii lo tlie provisions of this law. The
provi-lonsof this law shall not apply lotbe
rotomac river or Us Iribularies lielow the
Little Falls, near Washington."
Tlie tlubhouse of the Blu- Kidge Itoil
and Gun Club is sltuatcdon a high bluff of
the mountain overlooking the Potomac,
alKiut one mile liclou llarjier's I'errv. Ihe
club has expended Sl'O.imO on its protieT
ty, and every tsunfurt that can le desired
is provided for its members ami guests.
Tlie plumbing and bath arrangement:, are
of Ihe latest kinds.
The dining-room will seal fifty persons,
and there are sleeping accommodations
for tliirly. The htuse Ik a mcdel of com
fort, and the inomljcra are genial and
Tie- ill legates who attended the meet
ing were handsomely entertained.
PUGILIST'S IXSAXU ACT.
Ileliie; Despondent lie Miooin Ills Two
Children and Himself.
New York,, Nov! "Ii. Herman Hntlen
hofl, who gave physical instruction to sons
of prominent BrooUnites In the academy
at Williamslnirg. was found dead in Lis
academy ac o'clock thiR inorimg.
Close bv bis side were "le liocrtf; or his
two children. All had bi en .shot. Tliey
bad apimrentlv 11111 dead for hours.
llatieuhoft Imsl with ids wire and their
two childreu ai No. 110.1 Greene avenue.
He left home with the children late yes
terday afternoon. Kheseareliednll through
WiIIiamhurg, and, falling lo find him, got
fhey wctiLtolhencndemv. The door wns
looked. They forced it, and round tlie
three bodies. Then- was nothing lo indi
cate why or bow the father had shot 111"
children and himself. He had been de
Hattenhort was 15 jears old. Fourteen
yeurs ago he was a.pugilist. tilnc" then he
had been tlie trainer of the Brookltn Ath
Last week of tlie great monej-nnsing
sale at the New York Clothing House.
!ertzs Modem Shammer,
Cor. nth runt Pmi
Cod Liver Oil,
Pint Bottle, 50c.
Every druggist sells cod liver
oil, but few sell good oil. If
you need cod liver oil- 3ou
want the best. We buy it
in original tanks direct from
the fisheries, and it is abso
, liitery pure. We sell a bot
tle every half hour in the
day; that is why it is fresh.
The average druggist buys
a gallon of uncertain quality
from the wholesale druggist
and it lasts him a month.
There's a lesson in this.
Wc sell all K-inds or drugs,
piobably more than any 20
drug stores in Washington.
Get a priced catalogue and
you will know where to buy
3-our drugs in the future.
1 1TH AND F ST3.
?! --"We Gain One Day." If
When we announced three great days ofBUTTERINB selling which should equal our
magnificent anniversar' of November 2, we did not expect to be able to offer the superb
steel engraving entitled
until Thursdav, Thanksgiving Day. The steel engravers have just wired us that
THIS SUPERB PICTURE
before Thanksgiving, "and therefore
can be ready to distribute b' "Wednesday, the day
wc announce that this great event will commence
.Wednesday, November 27,
on which day we shall commence to give away these superb steel engravings of the mas
terpiece entitled "PHARAOH'S HORSES," by
to every customer on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This exquisita
engraving will be presented free of every charge. No advertising mars this picture. It
will ornament any room or any frame in any house in Washington.
Butterine is better than Butter and Costs Less."
WILKINS & COMPANY
Square Marble and Glass Stands.
A Love of a Wheel"-THE RAMBLER.
' nowxnn tiii: "wahxtas.
Kx-Vriwltlcm Kennedy 1k GUen Full
- JtictitH In Tyimcmiilileul Union.
Johu L. Kennedy, ei-prcsident f Co
lumbia Typosrapliie-al Union, No. 101, who
was expelled Ironi the union at a meeting
held In September, lias been reinstated by
President rrcseott .ir. the International
The alloccd offe'iKO for'wlilili Mr. Ken
nedy was thrown out was tof having pub
lished certain crillcUnu ot Ihe Government
Prlntine Offli-e and niempers of tlie union
who were eniplojed there. At tlio time
or liis expulsion ilr. Kennedy' alleged that
the aetlou or the union in cxpellinc him
was dictated by a seeret, oath-bound or
eanlzatlon pxImiiis prineipjlly. in the bur
ernuienl rrintlne Orfii. known as the
"Wahnelas, the mslde history of whieU
was published rectMilly In The Times.
Wliuii he was fired out ir llie union Sir.
Keunetly prrdletetl that lie would triuuipli
over Ills opponents and be restored to full
riRlils and privileges, b,it he thought be
would be eiinipelleel to wait until a change
of administration took pl.ice.
At the urgent request of the editor ot tbe
American Craru-ni.in and union printers
in several cities, he appealed lo the presl
dent of the International Union, lie In
tended to e'arry the action on up to the
International body If the decision of tlie
president was ag.iinsl him.
President Prescott has had the appeal in
Ills possession Tor about two niontlis, and
he rendered his decision on the 2lt. It
reached MrvKennetly yesterday, and re
stores lilm tV the full rightR nnd privileges
oftlic union. Mr, KciuihIv Ih nutumllr
very mucli elated over ihe favorjble-de-
Since-his expulsion Mr. Kennedy ays
he hag twice applied to President Tracy
for a worWIus card, bat Ihnt Tracy Ig
nored all ot his applications, although
It "was suggested to. him br Prescott that
lie Issue tin-nein-.lt to work. .Alr.Kcnuedy
feels thnt bo has lost considerable money
by the action of Mr. Tracy, as he had
a position as proof-reader open lo him
during the lime ills appeal has been pending.
President Prescott In his opinion saji
that the right of free speech must be up
held, and that n. uulon printer lias as roui-li
right lo criticize tlie union .is any one.
In closlmr., President-. l'ni.i-f.u kat.t 'r
am also unable to see'lhat llio rcspouilcnt'l
iiiis jiroven ine .aiiegarinn inau.appcnant
has vhilated the law.
actloiiof.ColuniblaX'iilnnNo: 101. in ex.
pelllng JOliu L- Kennedy, is
r. ir. nAvinsox,
607 "XV. Trankhn st
one or the largest
hardware dealers In
Baltimore: Have bad
catarrh for 23 years;
dearor 14 jears. To
day my hearing Isncr-
N.fiarsi. One of tlie
largest furniture dealers in Baltimore- I
have lieen dc.i f for 30 yea rs. I could scarcely
nilend to my business. Today my hcaringis
FUANKUN HALL, 1815 BanksU I was
so dear I could not hear a telephone ring.
I had offensive discharges from ears. To
day my hearing is restored and health Hie
Tlie above used only
Or- Geo. M. Fisher's Catarrh Cure
Tlie only preparation unearth that will cure
catarrh in all lis forms.
For further information nnd testimonials
apply lo Airreil B. Gawlcr, general agent,
G13 15th St. Off.
Price 50 cts. by all Druggists
For further Information apply to Alfred
n.Qawler. General Acent. 61:1 13thst.nr.
What tbink you
oi Ladies' sboes
Vici Kid winter soles made by
the best house in Boston selected
leather latest shapes Philadelphia
Toes Razor Toes Common Sense
Toes Opera Toes the newest and
Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes.
Here's a bargain regular $4 shoes
everywhere in town here reduced
special in price special in quality
aud yold. and aforesaid union Is hereby
Instructed to restore him to all the rights
and prliileges enjoyed by other members.''
Dentil of J. T. CllildH.
Isaac P. Childs, a prominent resident of
Northeast Washington aud senior member
of the firm known as the Childs lirick
Company, died at his residence, on R street.
between nrst arm second streets, yesterday,
aged about slxt-five years, lie was In
his accustomed health on Thursday; and
left home at the usual hour to give atten
tion to his huslncs surfairs. Later-in the
"day he was stricken with paralysis, -while
driving, arm ivncn discovered nis nors.- was
-.vanderlDg. aimlessly about the streets.
BW PQTKTQES flOVl
TOMORROW OUR PRICE FOR THE FINEST NEW
YORK POTATOES WILL BE
3 BUSHELS FOR SI.00
On account of the tremendous business we are doing-, we
cannot promise to deliver them tomorrow, but we will
guarantee that you shall g-et them not later than Tuesday.
J. T. D. PTLES.
STORES-412Jlth Street R C, Cor-"3d and .Md". Ave. X. E., 18 Tth Mreet
?f. E.. 1904 7th iAVcctN'. W., Cor. Washington and
llonioe Streets, Anacojtla.
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