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Squall' lot of Coats and
Vests (only about25pfthem. .mostly large sizes)
from $15, $18,$20and $suitsfat
for Coat and Vest. There are double and single
breasted sacks and cutaway frocks some mixed
colors, but most of tliem are Black Cheviot or
Thibet. Not one is worth less than $12 and many
of them are cheap at $20 if there's one to fit you
it's the biggest kind of a bargain.
We could fill this page with talk about our
Overcoats, and then not enumerate'all of their
good points it simply outclasses every other as
sortment we ever saw. Oversacks in correct
length, knee lengths or longer. Paddocks, Cape
Coats, Inverness, Ulsters, Military Coats any
style you want, made from the proper fabrics,
properly trimmed, and proper fitting. Prices,
$ 1 0 to $45 with full value for your money in
each and every grade. Your money back if you
don't think so.
ROBINSON, CHERY & CO.,
12th and F Sts. gffgflksft
the reason of our
iness. What we
claim for our goods
we are prepared to
stand by. We do
business on straight
firmly believing that
honest dealings are
the only way to
build up and main
tain a business.
4 7 5 2
2 Vis? &SL
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Ladies' Tine Itoucle Jaiket 4)0. fu
Lailios' Stylish Cloth Jacket 6.10
Children's Jackets..... .... Z.ZU
Misses' Stylish Jacket i.lU
PAYMENTS MADE TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE.
MAYER & PETTIT, tPgEBS,
415 Seventh Street N. W.
PENSION CHECKS CASHED.
Only a Few Days More
of the Great Sheriffs
Sale of Clothing. i
That wonderful discount of
40 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
has brought such crowds that the whole of the stock will
soon be disposed of. It was a superb stock Hazelton's
Clothing- is celebrated they were in business twenty years
and held the reputation for making the finest clothing in
Don't miss your chance but COME TODAY.
Men's Clay Worded Suits .$6.03
Tounc Men's Double and
blngle Dreasted Suits . ..
(9.00 Men's Suits for.. ..
(12 Men's Casslmcro Suits
(S Younjj Men's Suits for-
Boys' Fine Suits of first
class Cassimcre for Bojs
from 4 to 16
THOUSANDS OF OTHER
NO CONNECTION WITH ANY
Finest Tweeds, Cu-
Choose your cloth.
watch It being made.
try on mi nnea.
HORN. 613 F street northwest.
TAK9M SPRING - WATER,
ThelMost Dellalons Tab'e Water.
gallon la Du--- a t fcotutarlSs
A Large ItucLcr, as oat. Hilton best, sigh QQ.
back, a great bargain. Today QQU
Mod's Fine Kersey 1
Men's B oarer Orsr
Hen's Fine Cheviot
(20 Men's Overcoats. Mel
(1 7 Imported Germanla
(IS French Black Cheviot
$10 Oxford Mixed Overcoats
(15 Irish Frieze Ulsters.
CO inches lone, made in
Tounc Men's Ulsters, extra
long with larjre collar
double or single breasted..
Boys' Otrrcoats or Ulsters
excellent roods, for dots
iroiu id it.
9th and E
Sts. N. W.
OTUEk UOUSE IN THE CITY.
There, ban been plenty of Chrye
anthemnm Show recently. The
bhowTMshowe will ocecr here beginning-
Monday. All this beauty
..ww, m- wo umi. jvorpdHDM,
COLD IN THE BEAD. Catarrh.
ana ucaaame luuueaiateiy rausTea OJ
Capitol Catarrh Cur.
(.-" fclIrT -Km nvB
Pensioners Who Are Spendthrifts.
Landed in Police Court.: '
OOME EAST, GO EASY FTJNDSi
Fifty-five rrlonorn Faced the Judge
aud Only a Few Were VagrantM.
of thfl'eiwlon Day AftermutU Tes
timony Catixed T-.uiiBliter.
Yesterday was rx.n.slon day, and as a
result of the large' sums or money circulat
ed last night, f ltty-m e prisoners lined op
In Judge Kimball's dock this morning.
WMsLy was the cause of most of the
trouble, only one or two vagrants being In
the doit. The rest had charges of disor
derly conduct, obstructing the sidewalk,
and otlur otfenu-s for wbkh rum is re
sponsible. James Whalcn, an old pensioner, was ar
raigned on a charge of obstructing the
sidewalk with his person, and lie didn't
know whithirhe was guilty or not.
"JTer honcr. Old like to kpeak wld yez,"
he said. "OI can only hear out of wan
"WU, come around here," said the
"Ol guess I must be guilty. Judge, or the
offiivr wouldn't l.n earn. Med me, but I've
niter been Ixfore your honor before, and
I hope you'lllet me off."
"Where do you lic?"
"Out by Terra Colta," replied the pris
oner. "Judge Miller knows nie. I was
on my waj home whin the offlcir arrest
"Well, he ought to bate arrcsttd you.".
"0111 hue tliat to the officer."
LOADED TO THE MUZZLE.
"lie was very drunk, your honor, aud
had a pint of whisky In his pocket," said
Tite dollars fine," said the Judge.
"Will your honor It t me go and get
my flue? I hat c a theikbook here and will
write you a ibeck."
The court allowed the prisoner to go to
his bank with an offlcerand get bis fine.
John Kathbone, an old -white man, and
Jennie and Alice Tillman, colored, were ar
raigned on a charge of disorderly conduct.
John drew his ptnslon anil proceeded to
spend It with the women Whisky flowed
freely and the calibration of the generosity
of Uncle Bam -wound up In a fight In which
When the police swooped down on them
Jennie had a big cutln her forthead.and the
old nun had his head battired up and bis
hands cut in e eral pktces.
"I vasn't lu any fight, 'tall. Judge," de
clared Alice, "an' I fink it's arsln rer nny
one to ttan' up an' tr todnracllkcdat- I
wasn't cussin' an' hadn't had a drink In my
"Wlnl about this fight, old man?" asked
the Judge of Uatliuone.
"There wasn't any fllit. Judge," re
plied the prisoner. "Itwasjuslamatterof
"How did you get thoe cuts on jour
hands and hmd7"
"I mis a Utile under the Influence of
liquor, and fell dow n."
Tin- urinrinal witness against the tune
wnBiinoldllibren w ho li es In the alley.
of M!es?" asked the Judge.
The old man said he did. and. putting un
his hat, tile oatli was administered lie
then told f the fight.
FINED TWO OF THEM.
Tho court. Imposed a flue of $5 caih on
Alice and John and took the other woman's
personal bonds. 1
Ella Green and Emma Jaikson were ar
rested by Policeman Duvall and iharged
with disorderly conduit in Ridge aliej . W.
D. Lee. au old blind negrn, was tho witness
agalnsltbem and he described very minutely
"EIU Green went Into de hnuse next
do'," said the old man, "an' asks de lady
for a ihew of snuff. Dis Emma Jackson
called her a name, an' Ella told her to
come out lu de alley an" say it. She runs
out an' knmks EILi down Den two other
ladies in de al'ey come up an' pulled her
"WliUh is Ella?" asked the JuOee.
"Dc tall, slim one," replied the witness,
"llowdoyoukuow these -women were on
tho ground?" asked Lawyer Rkks "You
could n' t see them."
"I could tell, just de same."
"Will, what am I doing now?" aaked
Mr. Ricks, sitting down.
"Youse sittln' In a chair Just at pres
ent," replied the old man, laughing.
The court finally fined Ella 3 and took
Emma's pirsonal bonds.
SOT A VACIF1C OCF.AX.
Unprecedented Numlier of VenBels
Oterduc in tlio S?tormy Vatern.
Tacomn, Wash , Dec. G The number
of overdue vessils sailing In the North
FaeTTlc Ocean this year is unprecedented
In the history of these waters. Anxitt
Is now felt In shipping Urilcs for the Nor
wegian steamer Gorsedd, due at Tacoma
to load lumber for South Africa. She left
Singapore for this port October 13, and
is now forty-five dajs out on a toyage
usually made In from fourteen to eighteen
days" The steamer Stralunctls'sullcd
from Tacoma for Yokohama flftj-onedajs
ago, and has not beui reported.
The steamer Evandale Is no w out twentj -eight
days from San Francisco for Yoko
hama. TheBritlsli bark Lord Drassey Is
out 120 days from Hong Kong for Ta
coma. The schooner Puritan, forty ulne dajs
from Tien Tslu arrived at Port Town
send Tue"liy night. On November 14 and
IB, on the eastern bonier of the China Sea,
she encountered a terrible hurricane, be
fore wblcb she ran under bare poles for
two days. The skipper of the Puritan
says It was the worst storm he ever ex
perienced on the Pacific
The Strathncvls bad a large list of Chi
nese passengers and several missionaries
bound fur China. Her crew consisted of
upward of elgbty-one persons. The Evan
dale had all the Chinese passengers that
she could crowd between decks. The Lord
Urasscy carried about twenty-five bands
all told. Fully 1,000 persons arc on the
MASTICR OF LIVING.PICTUIIES.
He DIch on tlie Eve of Success of a
' Bomnrkablo Invention.
New York, Dec. 6. Edouard Von K1I
anyl, the originator of living pictures, died
yesterday afternoon of bronchial consump
tion. Kiljanl was the first to see the pleas
ing and roonej-maklng possibilities of liv
ing representations of the works of mas
ter artists, and to present them to 'the
Eis latest invention, the "Qlyptorama,"
a marvel in mechanism, containing the
same features as the original pictures,
wag so great a success that the spectators
last Monday night, when it was first pre
sented, called repeatedly for the inventor,
who -was notpresent.
Kllyani's health began to fan about
three, months ago, when he caught a se
vere cold. He was deep in his new en
terprise and stuck to his work early and
The cold developed Into bronchial con
sumption and Kllyani's strength began to
wane. He still Insisted In the perfec
tion of bis new production, even presid
ing at a rehearsal last Friday, when the
scheme -was pronounced a.sncccss.
8Iocc that day he bad not left his home
and died suddenly yesterday afternoon
of the demonstration that bad been made
regarding bis lateitand best work.
TJeba and the Church.
Terre Haute, Ind- Dec. 6. Eugene V;
Debs has been asked by Rev. JI Skiff Wilson
of tbe Erie Street Methodist Church, in
Chicago, to deliver an address In that
church on the relation nf the church to
labor. Be bas nut as yet replied to tbe in
vitation. The Invitation was inspired by
Debs' statement In bis Chicago speech that
the. chorcb Is not In sympathy with tbs
worktogaoen: ' " , Jp-'
1 Palais Royal n.
"l-iJ- CLEARANCE SALE I Ll-llim
Sx" ' 8 to i2 o'clock a'.nri. H -.-
I Special I CDCC 1
Sale of Rubbers
-F-rom 8 to 12 o'clock we will sell any and every
-pair of Ladies' Rubbers, including those popu--lar
STROM RUBBERS, at 39c per pair.re--gardless
of, what they cost. Such an oppor
tunity as this is worth giving up pressing
-engagements to take advantage of.
I The ecneral reduction on erery shoe In
the house- to attract'ng larf e crowds.
W. D. CLARK
811 MARKET SPACE.
Winter's Chilly Blasts
Should not find you unprepared, when you
tan secure, for such a small expenditure,
the season's latest productions of elegance.
You will find 1 a pleasure to visit our
store. Whither you purchase or not, you
-will receUe the same courteous attention.
In largest assortments we have ever slio wn.
We have gone to the manufacturers In
Ireland direct, and by purchasing in largo
quantities, are prepared to place before
you goods at the lowest prices. IrUh
Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at
12 1-2, IS, 18, 20 and 25 cents.
An exquisite assortment of embroidered
Handkerchiefs, trour 12 l-2cto $2.
Ask to see our Gents' 2Do Handkerchief.
It will surprise you.
Our stock -of Blankets, Comforts,
Spreads, Shcctrngs, etc, comprises too
many bargains to mention. We only ask
you to consult us as to prices.
One lot of Ready-made Sheets and Pil
low Cases, cheaper than you can bny the
Genuine Berkshire Spread, $1.
Jackets. .Coats and
The season's latest styles at lowest
prices. All styles and grades of Garments,
in rough and plain cloths, from $3 to $35.
81 r Market Space.
Curious ilntual Cusnalty Company
Started In the Stute of Alllsou.
Des Moines, Iowa, Dec. 5. At a meet
ing of hankers from fifteen States, which
was held here yesterday, a permanent or
ganization was effected of the Bankers'
Mutual Casualty Company, the object of
whkh Is to Insure banks against burglary
and loss of money In transit.
The company will be orx rated under the
mutual Insurance laws of this btate, and
will have its headquarters In this city.
Charles llannnn, of Council Bluffs, was
elected president and A. U. Quint of
Scranton, Iowa, secretary. Edward Good
ell of New Jersey will have charge of
the currenay insurance, and It is rumored
that a prominent Chicago man will have
the burglary department.
Six hundred banks hae signified tbcif
intention of becoming members.
Bill Fire lu Allesran.
Allegan, Mich , Dec. 5. Fire started In
this city shortly before midnight last night
which threatened the destruction of a large
portion of the business section of the city.
The Chnffee House, the leading hotel, was
almost -totally destroyed, and many of the
guests had narrow escapes. H. B. FccUs
large business block was considerably dam
aged. The estimated loss U $100,000.
Jut. YThy- Serious?
Madrid, Dec. B. The Globe describes
tbeparagraph In PresldcntCIcv eland'smess-
age referring to Cuba as "an utterance of
serious Importance.' '
. Btoll's December Shoe Selling; b Klvimr
purchasers tue "Best Shoes of our Times"
at marvelously low prices. Fourteen clerks:
! "COME r
Holiday Good are 'already quite In
evidence in the Men's Furnishings De
partment Newest and Prettiest Wear
10-912 F Street.
OA 1 1 II hh
Cor. G and 11th Sts.
Maybe you lack some
of the necessaries quoted at
such low prices below. Just
read this list and see.
Decorated Glasi Water Sets, 7Cn
S pieces. Ob
ratent NIckeUne Cuspidors. I 5C
llbMckellne Cedes Cants- r
LsrgaeUa Best White Cedar .
Wash Tubs 446
Clotbei Wrineors, best vul- ff O Q
canlzed rolls ..... .10
Covered Willow Clothes C7f
Hampers, on took ufb
Clothes Baskets. iJC
7 Bars Host Oleine Soap ZOU
Patent Chair Step Ladders.. juC
Glass Breakfast feu, G pieces i.LJ
Half doz. Decorated French QOn
CbloaCapdand Saucers... Oc.u
Decorated EnclUh China ff 7C
Dinner Sets, 100 ploces f, U
Decorated Frenca China
Dinner Sets, new shapes (Tin C"I
and deslgus...... $ UiU I
K stiles $12.60 Chamber (TO QC
Universal HonsefnrnishLng Store,
512 9th St. N.W.
514 Ninth N.W.
Ladies' Striped Flannel Tea
Gowns, lined to the waist, very
nicely made. Worth $2.50.
Special for Friday, 59c.
514 Ninth N.W.
Sewing machines of U kinds repaired and
rented by week or month.
This selling of Ulsters, Overcoats, afnd
Suits at a genuine reduction has at
tracted more of you men than we expect
ed. Still we shall continue the Sale until
i ia2Ton't forget that no Per
liig Cent Redaction on Chil
dren's Suits and Orer
Tomorrow we will give a 35c sack
of Lily Best Patent -Flour to pur
chasers of one dollars worth or
over from our price list of gro
ceries. 35c Sack Flour Free.
The Fruit Cake material is now
ready Currants, Raisins, Citron,
Nuts, Cluster Raisins, Seedless
Raisins, Sultana Raisins, Spices of
every kind, both whole and ground,
Cinnamon,Ginger, Allspice, Cloves
Mace, Nutmegs, etc. Imported
luxuries of every description.
729-731 Seventh St.
m Bargains. B
M VAt&ei.T.t ':!c.,.p." 32c
$3 Hindsoma tissue Banq.net QCf S3
rj Lamis,!ln- high 3DU g
TSBt cioth-bonfld Books, all popu- On S3
feJ uranthors. u
fc 23,030 doun Christmas tree jgj
M 0doL..:....::.r...::::: oob
S Fancy blsqoe Parlor Lamps . CQn
?3 with shade to match Udu
CTI Best qaitlty Japanned Coal I Op
i Ucdi Worth 53c I i.l
IkC iifLnLn, Enetbh China din-
Sner, tea and breakfast 2
set. flUei-ln pattern, cold CT OT vC
jgj lines. Worth til $ 1.1.1 fQ
A1,K.Pwr.th8.ta'n1,rkWoTr1h 0n g
ra 4 dozen VOne Classe Worth Q
Large sl !" C"tnea OQp CS
jg Baskets ;- - t.HU Q
.plece Breakfast Sets. Kgo- IO. Qj
PI larprice,50a ' 00 C
439 Seventh St. N. W,
W READ AND REMEMBER
$ Sale of Suits.
We have purchased tbe entire bal
ance of a manufacturer's stock, con-
slstlng of bunureas oz
Hi S '0. and 3 50 suits.
an 1 nre selling eTery i
GARNER & CO.,
N. E. Cor. 7th & H Sts.
n PenHytifhecUeaihcaJTCt. M
EEHtyyysjyyV SSi $AftAAfWZk2M
Clothiers and -Shfrtmakers,
"The White Building."
buying- a Heavy Over
coat any longer. You can
not be comfortable without
one in this weather. That
lot we received from our
factory contains just what
you want, splendid Beavers,
Kerseys, Meltons, Chinchil
las, made up in the correct
style. We are almost afraid
to mention the price for
fear you should think they
are inferior goods but one
glance atthem will convince
you of their quality.
Our Factory Sale price is
Of conra o we bars higher prlctd
ones loan r kind of material
aUk lined If you wish-
621 Pa. Ave.
Under Metropolitan Hoto.
la n word Terjthtng to
famish a home as tremen
dous redaction from the
House & Herrmann,
917. 919, 921, and 923
63S Mass. Ave
A Three-Days Shoe Sale,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
Of four Spocial Snoes for Ladles, etorr pairs
gennlne bargain and onlj one pair sold le
Ladles' Tory line rid kid, band
sewed, needle toe, pat. leather tip
and quarters, au elesant etioe for
isaies snnenas wita tenaer lest.
Kecnlar price, BW; for a three i
days' sale ,
LadleV Terr fine doneola button.
hand-sewed welts, narrow square,
broad square aod narrow upera
toes, pat. leather tips. Kesular T 0 0 C
price, S.50; for a, three days' sal? IZ.uO
lAdles' tine donirolx square toe.
pit. leather tip, Ooodyear sewed
wel, button, equal to hana
sewed; an elegaut shoe for wear.
Besular price, i50; for a three r I in
Ladles' Hue dongola button, ex
treme pointed too and pat leath
er tips. Regular price, iUSO; for (T I T fj
a three days' sale 4)1. 1 3
if any purchasers of the aboro sbo-a are not
satisfied within uneTreofc can retorn them and
tho money will be refunded If la good to tuition.
BROWN'S SHQE STORE,
305 Pa. Ave.
4.0 t 2 lruiuyi auiA avi-oc.e norte
West, near 6tn street. Business men's
lunch. 12 to 2 o'clock, 28c.? table d'hota
Inner. 4.30 to 7:80 p-Ob. 60c oc2:i 3a
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