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THE EVENING- TIMES TUESDAY, MAf 25, 189t,
x-" . r
" Just forty ct'iitK on every dollar yott
spend for clotlio, if yofl tatce advan
tage Of tlilH wile of Messrs. KOOERS
A CO.'S et ire M ock of men's and boy n
iprlnu d summer suits, wlilesh we
bought for and are now selling ut
Sixty cents on the dollar
Tlie styles and patterns are all new
made ui for this season's trade
Bud, as Messrs. linger it Co. say, are
tlielr best designs and qnallties.
Tliere's an ample variety to choose
from, and sizes and shapes to fit
Summer Underwear, "Seul'see
Shirts, -Washable Xeckwear, Straw
Hats, a ud nil other hot weather wear
ibles. In best qualities, at lowest
Still good picking in thnt lot of
broken sizes of men's S0.50, SG, $3,
$4, and S:).50 shoes we are closing
out at $1.90 per pair.
ROBINSON & GHERY GO
12th and FSts. N.W.
Clothes, Furnishings, Hals, Shoes.
Because we were fortu
nate enough to secure a
manufacturer's balance of
his summer stock of Men's
Pine Clothing we can offer
3tou some startling values.
For $7.25 you have the
choice of Suits that are
worth $S, $10 and $12
While for $9.25 you have
the choice of Suits that are
worth $10. $12 and $15.
St3'lish Black and Blue
Cheviots, Fancy Mixtures
Parker, Bridget & Co.,
315 Seventh Street.
Archbishop Martiuelli will administer
confirmation at St. Aloyuus' Church ou
Bunday, June 6.
The May procession or the Simdny-clwol
childie-n of St. AJovmus' Church will take
place t ext Sunday at 4 o'clock
Edward Tucker forfeited $2 in the i.o
Ucc court today for throwing missiles on
M Mi vet i.orthwest He wab arretted by
Tati ink Kernnn forfeited collateral In
the l.olice com t today. He wab arrested by
"Policeman l.ohntan fof indulging in pro
faulty on S Mi eel northwest
Complaint if. made by Lieut. Kelly that
there it- a dangerous hole at Fir&t and B
i-treel. northwest. It has already caused
f-veral accidents to pedestrians.
Judge Samuel C Mill1? occupied the bench
In the police court today, and tried all the
dock and collateral eases. Judge Kimbull
presided over the Jury trials upstairs.
Extensive repnirs are being made on
6t Theresa's Catholic Church, m Ana
cos'ia During the summer months the
m.ns'Cb will he celebrate! in the basement.
There were twenty-two prisoners in the
police court cages this morning. They rep
resented the work of the police for the jire-ce-duip
twenty-four lioiirs, with about ten
collateral cases added.
"Glimpses of England and Ireland" wub
the Mib'ect of an interesting lecture, with
Ulustra:ionR,byilr In" T. Taylor last night.
In St S'eplieu's Hall, for the benefit or
the Society of St Vincent de Paul or St
Police IJeut. Teeple reports that the
pump from the artesian well on M street,
near Seventh northwest, and another on
Jew Jeisey avenue, between M and N
s-treets, are out of repair, and require the
attention of the pump doctor.
Mrs. Margaret O'Donohue was charged
In the police court today by Health Officer
"Welch with being the ownei or a house on
M street nortlwest, in which she allowed
the drain pipe to become choked with filth.
The case was continued until Friday.
Capital Lodge, No 24,Knisrrsof Pythias,
will be entertained by able speakers under
"good of the order at the meeting to
night in tiic hall, corner Four-and-a-half,
rtreot and Pennsylvania avenue A lar,j.
memiership is expected to be present
Ihshop Satteilce vibited St. George's
jiaiihh, in Montgomery county, Md . on
Sunday. He confirmed four persons at
Christ Church. Rockville. and three at the
Ascension Church. Gnitbersburg He
preacho.l at both places to large congrega
tions. Lucy's pure food lec cream, none better,
80c per gallon. 601-C03N T ave nw.
Walden's 1SSG Cal. Brandy (from good
White wine), $1.25 qt. Chr. Xander. l"09
Seventh street. It
JEs.curs.lon to Pen Mar ma Gettys
burg Muy 31kL
Train leaves H & U tiepot, Washington,
8:80 a m Kate to Pen Mar, $1 75; to
Gettysburg, $2 25 mj 22,2r.,28,20
ess:; cssm SS55 SS GSSS GSSQtSSSQ
JBS"Casc of 24 pints onlv $1 &
WHY NOT DRINK
TUB BEST BEER.
The most prominent a
the land have testified g
to the good that comes
.to mankind bj' the
moderate use of pure 2
is made of pure hops g
and malt and, if of fl
proper a g- e a n d
strength, nourishing- g
a n d strengthening. tf
"Champagne Lager" S
is a light beer and is a 2
g favorite for social and C
table use. Both are
g pure and satisfying,
5? 4-Cnse of 24 pints delivered In j2
S unlettered wasona for only SI. 00. ?i
8 Write or telephone. K
g Washington Brewery Co., C
tf tn and P Sts. K. E. "Phone 12 S
it yu i i.nub.11 c
THE GERMAN BAND TAKEN IN
Washington Wins the First
Game AYith St. Lonis.
HART WAS BATTED FREELY
Sclinielzite. Took Kindly to Ills De
livery, Making Nineteen Safe Hits.
Dr. -McJumcs M'as Touehed Up,
Too, But Silver King Soon Blasted
the Jlrowurs' Hoiies of Winning.
Washington has made a new record, this
time by winning two consecutive victories
Sunday at Chicago and yesterday at St.
Louis. They also moved up above Chicago
and now stand tenth.
As was expected, the Little German
Hand, owned by"der povs bresident," Chris
Von der Abe, were easy picking for the
Statesmen. The Senatorial Sluggers seuai
to have overcome their weakness at the
bat, and. If they maintain their good
stick work, they will cause many an op
posing twirler to wish he had opened
his eyes to the light or day in the Fiji
Islands or tome other place where the
national gameisunknown to thenatives.
Just why Hart was selected by the Teu
tonic proprietor of the Mound City Club
to throw the Senators down it is hard to
tell, as the pi inter-pitcher has been batted
all over the lot every time he has essayed
to twirl against tnem. However, no box
artibt could stand up under the hitting the
Schmelzites have been doing with such
refreshing regularity lately.
l)i McJames, yho occupied thepltcher's
box for the Senators when the gamo
opened, had smooth sailing until the fifth,
when the Browns took to his prescription
or curve and drops like a hungry hobo
to a handout at the baok door or a rnrn.
liouse. with thu trusty watchdog safely
tied up in the barn
'.Silver" King relieved the doctor after
the fifth and held his former associates
down in such go d style that Von der Abe
must have felt like the youth who could
not pluck up courage enough to propose
until some other fellow had waltzed off
with the prize he could have had for the
asking as King laid around St Louis sev
eral reason beore lie was signed by 'Wash
ington, which has proved to be a
profitable investment for the Wagners
Those two usually reliable playeis, Mo
Guire and Urown, divided the four errors
made by the Senatois. -but they contrib
uted five hits between them, which more
than offt theii misplays. Wriglcy, Do
Montrevillc and Abbey also lined 'em out.
each I iciLg credited with three safe dries
"Washington and St. Louis play the sec
ond game of the present scries in the latter
city this afternoon, and unless the Capi
tal City lads supply of luck and bats runs
out, they should seek their pillows tonight
with another victory to their credit and
a W1W of gratitude that there is such a
"good tinng" as the Iliowus to stack up
against, once in a while.
St Louis" R. H. P0.A.E,
Douglas, lb 2
Do-wd, c. f 1
Turner, r. 1 1
HcFailaud, c. "1
Houseman, 2b 1
Cross, k 0
Hart, p 0
Kibsinger, 1. f 1
Total 71227 IS 3
Blown, c. 1 0 3 2
Selbach.l. f 0 13
DeMontieville, s. f 2 3 1
McGuiie, a 2 2 4
Abbcv, r. r 3 3 2
Keillv, 3b 110
Wiig'lev, 2b 13 3
Cartwright, lb 2 2 12
McJatnes, p ' 0 0 0
King, p 10 0
Totals 13 19 27 13 4
Farrell batted for McJamcb in the sixth.
St Louis 00103002 17
Washington 3 00 0 046 00-13
Earned runs St Louis, 3. Washington. 1 1 .
Two-base hits Abbey and Wriglcy. Three
base hits McFarland, Houseman and
Blown. Home run Abbey. Stolen bases
Dirtvrt, Turner, Caitwrighl and Wrigley.
Boubleplays Cross, II ouscman and Douglas,
Hart, Douglas and McFarland. First base
on balls Off Hart, 5; off McJames, 6.
Hit by pitched ball Hartmau. Struck
out By Hait,4. by McJauies, 1; by King, 1.
Umpiie Mr Emslie. Time of game 2
hours and 20 minutes.
The Cycle Hoard of. Trade.
New York, May 25. The directors of the
National Cycle Board of Trade met here
yesterday, and decided that no national or
local cycle e-xhibitlon shall be held or sane-
High grade, (TCfl
up to date... 4)JU
Riding school on preinisca profl
cicucy guaranteed St. CO.
603 E St. N. W.
The L. & R. Route
H1DK TO THE
Ram's Horn Inn!
Through the glorious Soldier's Home,
Brookland and superb scenery of the
Queen s Chapel Road to the .
RM S HORN INN.
where you van enjoy the best of cuisine,
the coolest of drinks, the most delightful
Bummer breezes. Come out on Sunday
over the perfect roads leading to this re
sort. A. L,AU".fc-, .Proprietor.
M joor T7j !j-H
I ll&wn '.-.-
B When a tobacco dealer tries k
Ht to tell you airy other smok-H
B ing tobacco is as good as H
H Sensation, be emphatic H
BB in your demand for 1
B eiJTPLuo 1
&k e Dest "or jKU
j, smoking and HH
H chewing. H
"We will close out twelve '95 pattern
brand-new Eclipse. Bicycles today at
$37.50 first come first served. None of
these wheels can be reserved for anyone.
Eclipse Bicycle Co.,
J. D. Las ley, Mgr.
tloncd between June 1, 1807, and June 1,
lfiltS, and that the board of dnectors rec
ommend that Febiuary 22 be designated
as a general opening day throughout the
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Iloston .....' 15
Xew York 9
St. Louib 5
WiisihitiKton, 13; St. Louis, 7.
Clevolnnd. ft; 1'hilndolphiu, 8.
Iloston, 5; Louisville, 3.
Brooklyn, ((; Cincinnati, 4.
New York, 4; Chicago, 1.
Wns,liiiif;toii nt St. Louis,
ltnltiutore nt lMttbiirg:.
Boston at Louisville.
Ilrooklyn ut Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
Xcw York at Chicago.
At Cincinnati- R. II K.
Brooklyn 0 4 0 110 0 0 0010 2
Cincinnati 1 0 0 110 0 1 04 R 1
Battel ies-Kennedy and Grim; Rhines,
Ehrct and Schriver. Umpire Lynch
At Louisville- R. II E.
Boston 20 101010X-5 8 3
Louisville 000 2000 103 7 .3
Batteries -Nichols and Bergen: McGee
and Wilson. Umpire McUcrmoti.
At Chicago- R. II E.
New York 0 0 0 3 0 10 0 0-4 7 1
Chicago 00000 1000-1 5 2
Batteries- Meskin. Sullivan and War
ner; Grimth and Kittndge. Umpire
O'Day and McDonald.
At Cleveland R. H E.
Cleeland 1 2 0 0 0 10 1 49 15 3
Philadelphia ....120000140-8 14 1
Batteries Young and Zimmcr; Taylor
and Clements. Umpire Sheridan.
De-Mont rcville did not have au error
Stenzel has- presented Catcher Robinson
with a fox terrier.
Ex-Senator Malarkey won his game yes
terday from Toronto.
Barley Is improving in his batting. He
had two hits, yesterday.
Toronto's spurt was short-lived. Yes
terday they lost two to Syracuse.
Jimmy Rogers had his usual errors yes
terday, and he failed to make a hit.
Fry, Hartrord's pitcher, held Norfolk
down to two hits, shutting them out.
Catcher Bergen, of the Bostons, has yet
to make his first error of the season
"Old Reliable" McGuire had an orf day.
But the Senators won and all is forgiven
Ritcbey played second base yesterelny,
and put up the strongest kind of a gamer
Billy Nash is covering second in fine
style, but he is very weak with the stick.
The Indians found Taylor in the last in
ning yesterday, and simply pounded him to
Doyle will arrive In Baltimore today,
anel will not be able to play again on the
trip because of injuries.
Stivett has fully recovered from his
sore arm, and will pitch for Boston in one
of the Louisville games v
Sockalcxls now occupies the place so
long held by Jesse Burkett the first bat
ter in the Cleveland's line-up.
Hickman, whom the Washiugtons are
after, has won seven out of eight games
played in the Interstate League.
Thirty-eight safe hits in two games would
be convincing evidence before a Jury that
the Washlngtons can hit the ball
St. Louis has equaled the record of
Louisville last season, thatof wlnnlngfive
games out of the firsttwenty-five played.
Young Damman has won five out of
six games This record may hold good
until the Senators reach Cincinnati. Then
it will be different.
"Roaring BUI" Ilassanier is playing short
for Toledo He has shown no improvement
over his Senatorial career in fielding, but
he still hits the ball.
Cartwright continues to bang the ball
away from home. If the rooters will let
him alone at National Park he will do
some hitting here, too.
The New Yorks are entitled to the distin
guished consideration of the Senators and
their numerous friends. They sent the
Chicago to eleventh place.
Manager "Ted" Sullivan is In Atlantic
City. He states that his team will report
there about May 30. College players for
the most part will make up the team.
Young Colonel McGee did very well
against such an aggregation as the Bos
tons, and his work yesterday shows that
he has sonic good points about him.
The Western Association has among Its
players a Bear, a Kane, a Sawyer, a Flood,
a IIlll, a Violet, a Berryhill, a Coon, beside
a Van Buren.a Jackson, and a Monroe.
Wallace's good work at third tor the
Spiders should prompt Manager Scbmelz
to put Lester German In the game for his
batting, besides, he is a fair fielder in any
The New York Herald calls attention to
the fact thnt while many complaints of
had umpiring and roughness on the ball
field come from the West, nothing is heard
from the inspector of umpires, Mr. John B.
Catcher Eowerman has Joined the Balti
raores to take the place in the catching
force of Capt. Robinson. In speaking of
becoming a pitcher, he said he had pitched
In amateur teams, but that he did not pro
pose to attempt to become an adept In that
department of the game. He felt luethnt
he would beable to hold hisownasa catcher,
and if no had & e to do xiurular work
Fourteenth and H Sts.
HAHN'S 3 Days'
EloRant $1.50 to SZOj Ladles' and
Misses' Black and Tan Hoots and
Until closing tiiuo Wednesday.
930 and 932 Seventh Slroot.
1014 mill 11)10 Tumid, Ave.
233 l'eiina. Ave. S. E.
Have You Examined the
New and Improved . . .
FOR 1897. Hasmoreimportantim
provemuntK than any other saddle
FOR WOMEN RIDER5
The Improvements are at once ap
parent. SUOKT HOIUN
Does not interfere with dress
Larger and made of the finest
Give a nice, easy motion to the
rider, particularly on rougli or
Once a Christy rider, always a
Booklet, "Bicycle Saddles from a
Physician s Standpoint," free.
A. Q. SPALDING & BROS.,
1013 Perina. Avenue.
he would not pitch. While he likes Balti
more and the Baltimore tenm, he is very
anxious to get away, where he can have a
chance to show what is in him.
All the Chicago papers have fallen in
line, demanding the ousting or Hart, An. sent
and Pfeffer. The Chronicle prints his
requiem, aud entitles the game or the
other day with Boston, "The Passing or
The magnates or the big League put
poor umpires in the business, and thn give
their players instructions to kick on them
How they expect to get good results rrom
such a combination is a huge mystery. St
Killcn's tecord or runs against him are
four to a game: Hawley's,3 1-4; Tannehill,
not quite 3. Four runs have been made orf
Gardner in the only game he has pitched,
while firteen were scored orr Hastings in
the two game she has pitched.
Wrigley has demonstrated that he Is
good Eaily in the season Treasurer
Wagaer said he was too good to be out or
the game, and lecent events have Justified
the prediction. "Zeke's" fielding and
hitting yesterday were a feature of the
Just at present Louisville Is having
troubles all her own. She wants at least
three of the Lague umpires retired, and
has her suspicions of the others, fncludlng
the chief himself. Then, too, her team has
oevelopcd a bad habit of losing by one run,
Just like a common, everyday team.
Your Uncle Anson warmed up in practice
the other day The score cords had hhn
billed to catch, but when "Bridget" Dono
hue put on the gloves to backstop the
crowel cheered. "Not that they loved Dono
hue more, but Anson less," was the way
a big magnate put his seal on the demon
stration. The veteran Chad wick observes: Cigar
ette smoking by ball players is a costly
liabit. No professional player can do
faithful BTvices to his club who indulges
In it, and it lb most pernicious in its ef
fects on the brain when carried to ex
cess. It ought to lessen the salary of
every player who Is guilty of the folly.
They stopped a ball game between Cin
cinnati and Philadelphia long enough to
permit the crowd to witness a parachute
descend from a big balloon. Nothing short
of on earthquake or a fight between a po
liceman and a small boy would ever cause
a Chicago crowd to take its eyes off a
game.- Chicago Post. And at that, they
haven't seen a baseball game in Chicago
for some time. St. Paul Dispatch.
Capt Robhifon, of the Orioles, Is very
sore over the three defeats at Cincinnati
He is now home nursing a bad wound, re
ceiveel in a collision with McPhee. Among
other things he says: "The trouble is not
with the Cincinnati players so much. It
8 Mjjpni xjLy
I A Splendid
at a Popular
Just the right price for a first-class wheel
No reason in the world why you should pay
a dollar more than Fifty Dollars.
The '97 Ladies' Models are the daintiest,
most handsome shown this year Fifty Dollars.
Tandems are $100.
A0fe? Crawford M'fg Co.,
E. P. VAN MATER, Manager,
929 Ninth Street.
1896 Model. Fully guaranteed.
Fitted with 1897
1897 Christy Saddle
A To the intelligent purchaser this offer means a great deal. Here's a chance
to get a high-grade 1806 bicycle, new anil in perfect sliain, and sold with a i
V guarantee that means f-omcthing. You get value for your money and do not W
f take a risk when you buy a Spalding at $50. $
A JsI'ALUINO JUCyt'IES, 1807 MODEL, $100, 0 DEVIATION. (I
4 lilcvci.K We have in stock the largest and most complete line of Bicycle i
5 bUMJKlKS Sundries to be found anywhere. Everything the cyclist wants
r we carry All new 1&07 goods-aud our prices are correct. J
A. G. Spalding & Bros. Spalding-Bidwell Co.,
1013 Pennsylvania Ave., J 29, 31, 33 west 42d St., N. Y. J
0 1 SS !' ''' 'SW 'fctW'-JS
Ancient Greece and Modern Rome
Transplanted in the new world tliat is. all that was valuable in
ART LEARNING. SCIENCE, STATLCRAFT and WISDOM in Greece
and Rome-are about to be reproduced near
WESLEY PARK .
by the great American Unlver eity-and its 510,000.000 elefrays the ex
netifce. Each marble palace, a complete educational institution in itseir,
will be but a reproduction of the past improved upon by the higher and
broader thought of the present. Forty-fifth street aud .Mass.achuetts ave
nue northwest, the principal residence one of the city, is the location
for this institution, and Wesley Tark is the locality for your home. Prices
and terms pt lots today within reach of all. Apply to
HOWARD F. JOHNSON,
Washington Loan and Trust Building-, Room 34.
VISIT THE ATLANTIC
Summer Garden, 420 10th St.
ts leinarkable they aie not worse than they
are. Thecrowdsat Cincinnati uielike wild j
Indians, and Umpire fcjheridnn is wan inem.
he Is governed by an iniluence there which
gave him employment during the winter
as a referee of pitae fights. It's a pity
President Young has not the Jnteiest of
the game enough at heart to avoid placing
a biased man in Cincinnati toumpircgames
right along. We lost our games through
him. He virtually robbed ns of the flist
two after we had them won, and this demor
alized the boys."
For Additional Sports See "Pago .".
Homeless for Fifteen Years.
Charles Wilson, a Pennsylvania iron mold
er, who stated that every member of his
family was dead and he had been homeless
for fifteen years, was charged with -vagrancy
in the police court today by Police
man F. B. Owens. He was found begging
for food near Eckiugton. Judue Mills sent
the prisoner to the workhouse for thirty
Suspicions Character Jailed.
A negro, who gave his name as Elijah
Boney, was arrested by Officer Pierson last
evening and locked up at No. 8 station as
a suspicious character. Residents of Eck
ington have noticed the man hangingaro-ind
late at night, and his arrest was the result
of a complaint by Mr. J. W. Cotts.
"It Is the Best on Enrtli."
That is what Eelwards & Parker, mer
chants, of Plains, Ga., say of Chamber
lain's Pain Balm, for rheumatism, lame
back, deep-seated and muscular pains.
Sold by Henry Evans, Wholesale and Re
tail Druggist, 938 F st, and Conn. ave.
and S st. nw.
Stewe your furniture with the B. & O
Storage Company, 10, 12, 14. and 16 E st
ne., opposite Balto- and Ohio freight depot
MAYER & PETTIT,
Kciinuie uuinuers. 7
This full roll rattan Baby
Carriage, nicely upholstered,
hung: on easy springs, the
best of its kind that's made,
CASH OB CREDIT.
Mayer & Pettit,
415-417 Seventh. g
CRAWFORD" the equal of
the best wheel made $50
ex$-3 $4&&$-$33&5S$ $$
I Can you keep
that's all we want to know. If
you can say "yes" to that
question you can have all the
credit you want from us
With it you can buy Just as
cheap as if you put out the
cold, hard cash.
If you want a Refrigerator,
If you want a Baby Carriage,
If you want Straw Matting,
Get all three if you want
get anything the house needs
and pay for it weekly or month
ly Who'll know but you and
I House & Herrmann,
Liberal Furnishers, f
Cor. 7th and I Streets. I
Some Men Want the Earth.
I won't guarantee to accommo
date these men, but to the fellow
who is content with a j4-acrc lot
with a nice cosy house built upon
it, I can furnish the prettiest,
most picturesque spot that is to
be found about Washington, and
in a subdivision destined to be
one of the most important. I
have several of these houses, with
from 5 to 10 rooms, that I can now
offer to immediate buj'ers for
about the amount loaned on them
five 3'ears ago. For particulars
EDWIN A. NEWMAN, 611 7th St.
Woodbury's Facial Soap will eradicate
all blemishes of the skin, and render tho
complexion clcir,ioft and beautiful. "Wood
bury's Facial Cream, for chapped hands,
face and lips, is unequaled. Send 10c.
for a sample of cither anel book on Beautv
and treatment of the skin. John H Wooei
burv, Dermatologist, 127 West -'2d street,
Do you know that you can have thu Morn
ing, Evening and Sunday Times delivered at
your retidenceforJVty cents a month
The Ba3y (forner,
8th and Market Space.
2d Grand Rebuilding Sale
First call in everything we sell. Our es
tablishment, the petipIe'H supply house;
thofco that are unable to earn money di
rect can take what little they have got to
spend and get double value. Another
batch of trade-bringers which ought te
do us both good: "
300 pieees of celebrated Jacquard Swiss,
Cordelle, Plumettis and other well-known
makes of fancy cotton dress materials,
winch we are showing in an unlimited as
sortment of styles, just as good, ia
fact, the same as others are asking
12 l-2cand 15c for 1O0
Our Fine French Organdies represent
CO assorted handsome styles. These axe
the genuine goods, with the French mak
er's name stamped on every piece. None
of the lajt reason's patterns, which
are so freely advertised; 35c
quality; at 240
S n.-Sc a yard for Sheer Colored Organ
dies, in all shades, inclueling black
and navy. ,
H X-Sc a yard for 32-inch Fine "White
Organdie, bought to Mill for 18c.
"L"S 1-SC a yard for White I'ersfan Lawn,
fine and sheer; standard price, ISc.
ISC a yard for fine White Sheer Organdie,
which is 33 inches wide, and retails aO
3J.1l-ZC a yard for lSe quality Whits
Dimity, fine and sheer.
S3c a yard for 68-inch Imported White
Organdie, never sold less than 37 l-2c
25c a yard for Real Swiss MuH, 48 inches
wide, elegant sheer quality. Regular
37 l-2c quality.
8th and Market Space.
ALL MAILORDERS RECEIVE PROiin
Where Is the
Price for a
Sum in er Suit
The pick of our stock at
Seventy-five cents is our
Dollar until tlii.- stock
Is reduced. Perfect
Fit and per
M. Dyrenfortn & Co.,
CCth Century Clothiers,
923 Penna. Ave. N. W.
It's Going to Ge Hot $
this summer. Last summer will
be cool compared to it so the 9
weather prophets say. Better get A
those electric fans rigged up In
your office and home at once, w
We'll supply the motive power &
U. S. Electric Lighting Co., J
213 14th st. nw. 'Phone, 77.
O vv'i k'"vt -,fck''&.a. "t".' o
I Vnur Credit I
m A r - A XST M WMS.i.
here to buy Watches, Diamonds, a
Jpwi-Irv. Silvrwar. etc. Anv ar- td
tide of Jewelry in our immense stock
can be bought at the lowest cosh
prices and on very easy terms a
little down and a little each week.
Two price "hints."
lien's 14-karat Gold watch, only
$20; payable $5 down, $1 weekly
QuudnipUt Silver-plated Tea Set, only
$42.30; payable, $10 down, $1
JACOBS BROS., 1229 Pa. Ave.
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No other house elfles, ever did, or ever
will sell such sterling qualities at Kucb
low prices as we quote.
"The only reliable female rpcnlator
Never FalK Sold by druggists S2.0O
S4nd 4c for "Woman's Safecnard.
ha HMSES UOlSiKS SPECIFIC Ct'HES
It can he cien without the know'.pdgrc o
the pntlent in coffee, tea cr article of food; win
effrct a permanent and opeedr cure, whether th
patient Is moderate ilrinker or an alcoholic wrecit.
Book of particular free-, tc be had of
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GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Prop's. Cincinnati. 0.
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