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THE EVENING TIMES,. SATURDAY, JUNEG, 1S90.
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2 "VET your boy ready for commencement day. Don't 4
4 II let him be less neatly dressed than his schoolmates. 4
" Good clothes for boys were? never so cheap as now. j
J Honest all-wool well-made serviceable Suits, size, 4 to 15 j
J years, are here as low as $2.5o and 33.5o.. A .big-line of j
J the newest and best styles and patterns, including- BLUE jj
2 and BLACK SERGES and CHEVIOTS at S5.00. Others i
f at S6, $7.50 and up to $i5. f
J SHIRT WAISTS, new colors and designs, 50c, 75c., j
? $I.oo to-S2.oD Perfect fjtting, all of them. (i
J Summer Underwear, Neckwear, Hosibryand all other J
J furnishings, in proper qualities at proper prices. 4
2 Newest shapes, colors and braids, in Straw Hats for 4
boys and children, 25c to'$3.oo. Sailor, Yachting and
Golf Caps and Tarn O'Shantcrs, in big variety.
2 Good honest leather, stylish well-made Shoes for 5
bcjys and youths, Si.oo, Ji.25, $1.5 and up to $3.00. 4
INSON, CHERY & CO.,
12th and F Streets,
9 Best GSotlitng Values on Earili !
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VM .Men's boienmu uassimerc suits utiuu r;
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Men's Verv Fine Dress Suits, all the 0 flfl
leading-styles L OiUU
Men's Stylish Crash Suits, cool and Q Pf
P Men's Blue Serge Coats
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VICTOR E. ADLE
923, 925, 92r, 929 7th St. N.W-
- Rebuilding Sale
RUSH! RUSH! RUSH!
A continuous rush cicry dav and all tlic
ila IromopenhiKtocIu-ins. Wc enturc to
taj that tbu
The Greatest of all Clothing Sales
Y.tx inaugurated in WaOiinston lias carried
inorcjovaudfladacts into the homes or the
mawea than a!l the other tloihing salrs cum
blnctL -ZT Because wc cut price in
nl lVT J hair. Gave our reason for
TT 11 V i donz so. JIado a ilain,
" siu.iile. truthful statement
of our embarrassing predicament. You came
at tirst by twos anil threes, found that our
proentincnt of case was correct. You carried
the news ti jour neichhors and theylu turn
spread It anions their friends until wc were
Almost overwhelmed by an .nalanchcof eager
AND THIS IS WW BTI I
Our ais'cs are crowded and other stores
Full Suits Two sljles S3.50
I'ull Suits Two tle 3.S8
Full hults Seven stjies All wool.. B.OO
Full iuiis Four styles All wool... 6.50
Full Suits Three styles All wool- 6.75
Full Suits Fifteen stjles All wool 7.50
Full Suits Hight styles All wool... 8.75
Full Suits-2S styles All wool lO.OO
I-onff rants Suits sizes. Htol9 years
fchort rants Suit
bizes, i to 15 years
Thot c at S2, S2.30, S3. Are stricUy all wool.
Men's Pantaloons Sl.23, SL50, St.75.
SI.8T. 82, S2.50, 2.78.
Those that were S7.7C, S7.50, S7. 80.75,
Have been reduced to S3.00
Is it at all surpriins that we're busy all the
Ten Per Cent Clothing House,
7th St. and Mass. Ave- N- W-
One Price to All.
43- OFFICE COATS. 23 cents, On sale
eery morning from 7 to 10 o'clock.
GARNER & CO.
N. E. Cor. 7th and H Sts. N.W.
p EXCELLENT In puritr ani
i k u,uauij uaiuaua iuuj;-
B lasting: ice is dell verei by
the PRETTY WHITE WAG
ONS. Great Falls la Co., 924 Pa.
Avenus. 'Phone 372.
Is Good Here,
and everything you uced to
"Keep nouso - is nere.
House &, HerrmanN
X i: Cor. till and 1 Streets.
As a leader we "111 sell, for seven
cent & box. 1.000 boxes or TOILKT
SOAP, each box containing three
Johnstons, 729 7th St.
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Pension UiecKs lasneq. jgj
Srnlrli P.ViovInt O ftrt $2
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F Rtc. N. W.
HOLIDAY FOR THE JUDGES
They Have Set Aside Saturday for
Purposes of Pleasure and Health.
Every Friday "Will lie Olitscrrcd n
-Motion Day In Future The
"Work of the Courtn.
The Justices of the supreme court of the
District will observe Saturday as a holiday
for the remainder or the summer months.
The new arrangement went partially into
In each court the pre.-iding Judge has his
calendar fairly well cleared and it lias lieeo
concluded that the ends of Justice would lie
In no manner Injured by the Innovation.
Chief Justice liiiiRliam lias already gone
away for the summer in search of health.
III? departure leaves criminal court Xo. 2,
without a Judge.
Judge Cole is still prc-idiug in criminal
court. So. 1. The. activity he lias dis
played In the conduct of his court lias left
the Jail with fewer prisoners awaiting
trial than it has known in years.
It will be cay enough for the two equity
courts to adapt themselves to the change. -
Judge Hagner was absent today, but
Justice Cox, of equity court, No. 1, was on
the bench to hear a few motions carried
over from yesterday.
In circuit court, No. 1, Judge Bradley
sat a greater portion of the day, to hear
arguments and motions. Uthe new ar
rangement Friday is now made motion
day, but the Holt will trial having the right
of way in Judge Bradley's court, it Is
probable the old motion day, Satunlav,
will continue in rorce until the trial is con
cluded. Judge MeComas, of circuit court No. 2,
observed yesterday ns motion day, but
came down after noon to hear a motion
at the special request of counsel.
The clerk's office, the offices of the
district attorney, register of wills, and
recorder of deeds will all be open on
Baturday, as usual. In the former office
a division of clerks will be made, giving
an alternating half of the number a
holiday each Saturday while the warm
HAY HE A 1'ISKEIITO.S".
Skeleton of a Jinn I'onnd In tho Mu
Pittsburg, June C Pand diggers In the
Monongnhela River, at the foot of Ammon
street. Homestead, yesterday, fished the
skeleton of a man from the river bottom.
The legs were petrified.
The remains were thought to be those
of one of the Pinkcrtons who Jumped into
the river during tliaUtcrrihlc fight with
the Homestead strikers In 1602. During
the fight, which lasted all day, several
Pinkcrtons tried to escape from the barge.
In which a whole regiment of men were
cooped up, and which was being shattered
by shot and dynamite from the strikers
on the river bank. Three desperate Pinker
tons, fearing n horrible death, Jumped
overboard In the hope that they might
swim across the river. They were all shot
and sank to rise no more.
None of these bodies were recovered
until the find of yesterday, which there is
every reason to believe is the skeleton
of a PinKerton. On the skeleton there
was absolutely nothing to lead toward
identification. The remains had evidently
lain embedded in the river f-cverul years
until disturbed by the sand boat. The
remains were brought to the morgue and
will be buried by the county.
Fortune Teller Involved.
Lancaster, Pa., June 6. A peculiar
will contest, involving $100,000, has been
begun here, in which a fortune teller fig
ures prominently. Conrad Swartz, who
died a few weeks ago. deeded his real es
tnte to four of his children shortly before
his death. He gave nothing to one da ugh
tcr, nor the children of a deceased son.
Yesterday these disinherited ones entered
an action of ejectment against the fcur
lucky children, to get their share of the
estate. 'They allege that these four chil
dren Induced the old gentleman to consult
a fortune teller, and after his visit to her
he became greatly prejudiced against the
IIEAKT DISEASK HELIEVED DT 30
MINUTES. Dr. Agnew'sCurcfor the Heart gives per
fect relief In all cases of Organic or Sympa
thetic Heart Disease in 30 minutes, and
speedily effects a cure. It Is a peerless
remedy for Palpitation, Shortnossof Breath
Smothering Spells. Pain In Left Side and ali
symptoms of a Diseased Heart. One dose
convinces. Sold by P. S. "Williams, 9th and
F st.; T. E. Ogram, 13th and Penn. are.;
Gllman's Pharmacy, 627 Penn. ave.
Tho Last Carload
of fine clothing Is on sale today at II.
Dyrenforth's, 021 Pennsylvania avenue.
The Times Real Estate bureau can Ke
en re a tenant for your vacantstore quicker
than any other agency.
She and Veteran Salisbury Were
to Have Married Today.
BOTJOHAHNA WAS ARRESTED
The Old Soldier Hud $1)0, and II en nil
HIh Notorious Companion Agreed to
Wed They Ceiobruted lu Advance.
Tile Woman lli'ciillloDrunkiuid Was
Arrehted ilun Taken lu Later.
When the "Jlarla" backed up to the po
lice court this morning Hike Fl.um opened
the door and commanded t lie Inmates to
step out lively. A white woman, frowsy
haired, with a frightful black eje, obey
ing Flynu's orders, Jumped briskly to tl
pavementt her skirts catching on tliesleiwof
the vehicle, revealing hosiery of a barber
'And how air "yer, Mistlicr Flynn?" she
said to the officer, gaily carresliig one of
'"roil me worrud," replied Flynu, "If it
taln't Johanna Quill."
"Yes," said the woman," "an' it It
hadn't been for a fresh cop me name would
have been Salisburv this morula'. "
"An' It may be ylt," shouted u dirty-'i
faeeil man lu a faded, bluo-oldier s Mouse,
coming upto Johanna and wavinguragged
wad or greenbacks in his hand.
"I've got the price of jer line, old gal,
and jer belcher life I'll pay It."
Johanna kissed her hand to the man. an
old pensioner named George Salisbury, ami
was trotted through an underground pas
sage tc the dock, where idle dlscotered
that her offense was not of the kind to be
settled by a fine.
She sat in the pen cclinngingslgns with
Salisbury, still clutching his roll and exhibit
ing It to Ki-cdig. telling tho b.iillrt he "was
fifty st mug and would go broke on Jo
hanna." Judge Kimball looked amused as thestood
up and heard Clerk Harper charge her as u
perron or evil lire and fame.
Johanna has been coming before him ever
since he wore the ermine, and always has
some unique iTrgumcttl'to make for tnutiey.
"I thought j on prurolhctl the laxt time you
were here you were never lomingberoru me
again," said the Judge.
"So I did." answered the woman, her
arms akimbo and her wicked face turned
boldly to t he light pou ring through the win
dow. THE OFFICERS' MANIA.
.Tohanualihald she would never appear In
court ii it wasn't for the iKjIicemen, who
had an unconquerable mania for arresting
"What was she doing tills time, Mr. Of
ficer?" asked Judge Kimball of 1'oliccinati
"Drunk, and lulplessly drunk, at the
corner of Four-and-a-half street and Mary
land avenue last night," said Blake. "She
had been with an old iiensioner all day
helping him to spend his money. So I ar
rested her on the charge of vagrancy."'
"She ain't no vag.," jielh-d Salisbury,
rushing to the wire screen separating the
prisoners from the spectators; "I'm goln'
to marry her today, and I'm her visible
means of serport."
Salisbury had been through the mill
eeeral times liiniselr, and was up ill the
technicalities of the lagnuicy acts.
"Put that man out," said Judge Kim
ball, and Kendig and Cole ejected Salis
bury with great dispatch.
"There goes my future 'usbaud," cried
Johanna; "me an' him was going to git
married last night. Wc went down to
Shea's, and 'cause he had $30 they threw
me out an' kept him in there."
Johanna said she lost her bearings after
she was put out the Shea liou-e, and wan
dered around, trying to get home.
"How did you get that black eye?"
asked tbe court.
"I wuz goiu' around a corner and a
bicycle kuocked me down."
"Johanna,! guess you'd better go down
for fifteen dajs," said Judge KimKill,
"and give the whisky a chance-to evapo
rate." "Now, look yer, Jcdgp," said Johanna,
sqiiirimiug herself against the rail, "that
man you put out an' me are goiu' to git
married. We've "got the licence all right,
arid If it hadn't been for the booze we'd
been on our wcddlo' tower tcrtlay. Mister
Fiynn saw the license, an' knows it's cu
"Call Flynn," said the court, and Mike
came, radiant because he wa6 celebrating
his first anniversary as a etiurt officer.
"Mr. Flynn, did you tee that license?"
asked the court.
Kiun smiled at Johanna and suid he
"She asked me to dance a Jig," said
Mike, "in honor of her wedding day, and
the old penshuner has the licence."
"l'es," retorted the court as Fly nn bow
ed himself out, "and Joliaunah has fifteen
days In the workhouse."
"Can he come down to the farm and
marry me?" asked Johannali as the bailiff
moved her back.
Judge Kimball shook his head and tbe
woman stepped aside.
DESPAIR AND DRUNKENNESS.
After Johanna's conviction Salisbury went
to a neighboring saloon and got beastly
drunk. lie returned to court and became
so offensive that Flynn arrested him and
put him In the dock. He was so intoxi
cated that Judge Kimball refused to try
him until he got sober.
John Daly, another old pensioner, got on
a rampage last night and dissipated his
money. Policeman Whalen found him
stretched across the pavement, dead to
Judge Kimball recognized him as an old
ofieniier and listened doubtfully to tils
plea of not guilty.
"Your honor," said Whalen, "he was
helpies sdruuk and wc almost needed a
derrick la hoisting him into the patrol
"it's a lie," broke in the prisoner. ".Me
legs was a thritle wake, but I wasn't a
"I dou't agree with you," said the court.
"You can recuperate lor fifteen days at
John Forest, who lives lu Shot's alley,
was fined 55 for disorderly conduct. He
pleaded guilty and Policeman Wheeler told
the Judge he was one or the most dis
reputable citizens In Northeast Washing
ton. "I recognize lilm," said Judge Kimball.
"He has been here before many times."
"I ain't got no five," said Forest.
"Then it will be fifteen days," returned
Forest went down.
TRIED THE AGED SWAIN.
Judge Kimball finally determined to try
Johanna cjuin s intended, and ordered
George Salisbury to be brought in court
from tbe cell where he was sleeping
Salisbury staggered into the pen still
drunk, Kendig backing him against the
Flynn said he had been around the court
ail the morning, demanding his sweetheart.
"He was bo disorderly," said the officer,
"I had to lock hlni up."
"Guilty," hiccoughed George, "but make
me time the same as Josie's, so we kin use
the license," and George flourished tbe
paper In the air.
"Five dollars or fifteen days," said the
"Got any money?" asked Kendig.
"Nix," answered George. "Johanna's
wedding layout took all me money."
As George passed the cell where his
sweetheart was incarcerated she bade him
brace up and said they'd get married the
very day they got out or the workhouse.
. . .
One Fare lor the Honnd Trip to Pitts
burg via Pennsylvania Railroad.
On account of the meeting or the Nortli
Americau Baengerhund at Pittsburg, June
8, the Pennsylvania Railroad will sell,
June G, 7 and 8, tickets to that point
at dne fare for the round trip; good re
turning until June 13. jeG,7
Tbe Last Carload
ot floe clothing Is on sale today at M.
Dyrenforth's, 621 Pennsylvania avenue.
If you desire to exchange your house fora
lot or your lot for a house, apply at The
1 Times Real Estate Bureau.
f " OPEN UNTIL II O'CLOCK TONIGHT. ,
I T M E JO H U R R Y !
We Are Reaching the Boltom of This Last Carload of Men's Suits! Exactly Half Price !
J Those who are waiting are the ones who are going to be disappointed see that YOU arc not among them. Come TODAY. If you can't come S
I today come TONIGHT!
We Are Reaching
Those who are waiting are the
For Blue, Black and
Mixed Cheviots. All
wool regular SIO
M. DYRENFORTH & CO., 621 Pa. AYC N. W under
m,imi,Mi iMi rr m aiiai-ai aiia aif miim,M -- -- - . . . .,, ,. ..J....
IT WAS A PLEASURE
To see how these Suits went
actually orTerinj; you fine Men's Suits. In
several broken lots, one, two, and three
10.00 and 12.00. To close them out
Of these Snith we hare today only bS left, and If yon wish to be one of the
lucky ones come early, for closing time tonight wo don't expect to have one
single Suit left. Boys' and Children's .Suits and a large stock of Men's rants at
NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE,
. 311 SEVENTH STREET.
$1.40 now crcpoii waists,
pri-itlcr thau silk, new
08c grass linpn waists 87c
"Be percale waUts 4TC
48c calico waists 19c
S2.25 dress skirts $1,25
9&c duck skirt 69C
$1.08 (luck suit $1,47
$1.40 percale and lawn tf
36c chcnilscand drawers.. 23C
17c cambric corset covers,
2 Tor 2BC
lfic tilk and leather belts.. 15c
2ficsllk mitts 16C
76c neck yokes 49c
2 Dc. sets btutls aud cuff
2Bc. embroidered handker
chiefs, 2 for SSc
10c. ribbed Tests ec
1 9 cribbed Tests, 2 for.. .. 25c
$1.25 umbrellas 88c
7 Bo. umbrellas 47c
25c. children's para
16c. child reu'smuslindraw-
2Bc. lioys' pants 18c
59c. boys' white waisu 48c
19c.ladles" hose, 2fnr .. .. 2Gc
16c. men's hose, 2 Tor .. .. 25c
16c. children's hose lOc
10c. hose, men's ladies'
and children sc
48c.men's colored shirts.. 25c
98c. men's silk striped
76c. men's percale shirts .. 48c
85c. meu's'iialbriggan un
35c. meu'g1 uniaundercd
no. buttermilk soap, 3
cakes for Sc
904 UQ6 Seventh St.
SUIT. CRENSnA-O" FIXED.
Judge KlnilialloUoids Telephone Co.
Had No Right to Transfer Wires.
Judge Kimball today fined Augustus P
Crenshaw, superintendent of the Chesa
peake and Potomac Telephone Company,
$25 for stringing a wire across Four
teenth street northeast last April.
Mr. Samuel Bryan, president of the
company, and Hr. Crenshaw appeared in
court with their counsel, junge jcrc vn
son and Mr. Randall Hagner. Mr. Cren
shaw said they simply transferred the
wire from Thirteenth to Fourteenth street
to make connection with the new power
house of the Metropolitan Railroad.
Mr. Hagner argued that the company
had not erectetl any new wires and -were
not Tiolatlnc the law. Judge Kimball held
differently and said the company had no
right to transfer the wires.
raris, June 6. The Eclair learns that
the disaster on the Hodynsky Plain, at
Moscow, last Saturday, on tbe occasion of
the distribution of free food and drink
to thcmouulace,' 3.873 persons "were killed
1 and 4,000 injured.
the Boltom of This Last Carload of Men's Suits!
ones who are going to be disappointed see that YOU arc not among them.
today come TONIGHT I
OUK ONLY STOKE.
yesterday, and no wonder, as wa are
light and dark colors, which are from
of a kind. Regular price was S7.50
I S. E. YOUNG, I
fc 802 aud 804 7th St N. W. I
Great Saturday Slaughter Sale, f
All of our Silk and Mohair Skirts re- 3
duced i their regular price. a
9.00 Black Silk Skirt $4.50 3
S10.CO Brocade Satin Skirt.... $5.00 3,
(14.00 Extra Fine Silk Skirt. .$7.00 3
3,50 Mohair Skirt
6.00 Mohair Skirt
8S.0D Brllllantlne Skirt.
$i60 Brdliantine Skirt
P 11.35 Duck Skirt
E SPECIAI. WAIST SALE.
C J3.U) Colored Silk Waist
F $5.00 Black Silk WaUt
E 3.00 Black Silk Waist,
t $2.25 Crepe Grenadine Waist. $ 1 .4"
P 1.19 Moire Waist OuC
(1,'JjGrass Linen Waist.
JI.23 Laundered Waist, with
51.25 Laundered Perl an Per
49c Laundered Percale Waist
$1.00 Ladies' Duck Suit
$2.50 Ladies' Duck Suit $1.30 3
C $2.74 Ladies' Black Duck Suit $ 1 .00
P $9.00 Black, XaTV and Tan C . Tf a
F Blazer Suits 4)t. lu 3
p 15c Ladles' Seainlcis Black
C and Fancy Hose
C 15c Ladies' Ribbed Bleached
F ISc Ladles' Ribbed Bleached
C :3c Extra Fine Ribbed Vests, I 1 2
t satin ribbon I Zb 3
P Men's Goods at special price for 3
p Saturday. 3
t S9c Lisle Socks, 18c a pair or tfln 3
E S pair for JJUG 3
P. 15c Socks.
25c Men's and Boys Suspend- I On
ers 1 lOU 3
P 2.:c and 50c Tics all at
E 75c White and Colored Shirts
e 98c White and Colored Shirts
P (1.25 and tl.50 White and
P Fancy Shirts
E 12c Handkcrchiofs
p 7oc Sweaters, with sailor col
45n Outing Shirts.
35c Gauze Shirts or Drawers.
I S. E. YOUNG,
E DOUBLE STORE,"
I 802 and 804 7th St. N. W.
THEATED FAIRLY BY AJIE1IICA.
New Jiipuni'se MlnlHtur't Apprecia
tion of the United States Policy.
San Francisco, June 6. Correspondence
the United Press per steamer Peru:
Toklo, Japan, May 20. Mr. Hosui Torn,
the newly appointed Japanese representa
tive to the United States, has Just made a
speech to his constituents in which these
"The first country that showed herself
ready to grant us a treaty on terms of
equality in lieu of the unequal treaties th.tt
have bten in operation was the United
States. Thus, that America has shown her
self eminently rriendly to Japan is unques
tionable. It is further undeniable that slie
has always treated us with perfect fairness
It will be my duty as Japanese representa
tive In Washington to show to Americans the
sentiments entertained by Japanese toward
M IK I
For All-wool Serces
None better any
where for SI 5.
"Our Motto:" If goods we sell you are not sat
isfactory, according to price paid, come to us and
we will allow any reasonable claim.
Men's Stylish Well Made All- ffP rn
wool Suits $b.bU
Men's Fine Dress Suits $10.00
2-burner Full Nickeled Gcs Store,
Clothing: Dept., 2d Floor, Annex.
The Rink and 13lh
THE LAST JDJLIT
At either of our two stores we will sell today only
CASH OR CREDIT this FIVE-PIECE PARLOR
A FIVE-PIECE PARLOR SUITE, mahogany-flnlsh frames beautiful de
signupholstered In Bilk- tapestry spring seat. Never offered bjr any otUo
house foe less than $35. Special at our two stores 13th and F Sts. and THJf
RINK.'New York Ave., between 13th and 14th Sts. today only.
13th and F Sts. and flU L&rpet L0.
THE RINK, .1310 New York Avenue.
Exactly Half Price !
Come TODAY. If you can't come
Blue and Black
Serges; colors guar
best S20 Suits.
Ladies' Figured Brilllantino Skirts. 98C
Bets the band 5-legS-ft- Exten- CO 00
slon Table, only 4Z.vJ0
Open Saturday Evenings until 10130
415 Seventh St. N. W.
and F Streets N. W.
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