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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1895.
r and Eloventh Sti
Storage Warehouses 22d Sl near M.
The end of the heated
term is a long way off and
there might be a suggestion
on the list below that'll help
very much to make the
weather we're having mone
SUMMER FUKX1TUBE 01' ALL SORTS.
Some of these are
certainly necessary to, Tour
comfort. And they're all
properly priced, and with
plenty of variety, so that
rour choice of choosing is
The silver fad is spread
ing verT rapidly. The fin
de siecle girl has all her
toilet articles of solid silver."
And Silver even ours
925-1000 fine is very cheap.
C II. DAWSON, Jowoler,
"1st. July. 1S7.'
jSTow, why don't
we do your laundry
TOiJIAX STEAM LAUNDRY,
UL ud C streets X IV
25 Cents Month
Puts a Siemens
Lunren Gas Lamp
In your store or show window.
Throws a light that is brighter
ttiitn electricity and far mora ds
slrale ffst, because it Is mis
peded from tho celling auil the
r.au.e is inclosed in s glass globe,
tie per mouth, rental.
& Gas Appliance Exchange,
ft 1428 N. Y. Ave.
rimes Bureau of Legal Advice
to Handle the Case.
TESTING COMPANY'S EIGHTS
Pr.-v(iom. Gr-swoll's Refusal to Run
the Aimeotla Ciirs K Relieved to
Invalidate the Cliurter Dividend
t lt Declared Anions the Men of
the linrnlnss -From the llttecs.
Ttoe strikers n the Anaoostia street
car Mae, through the officers of the Pro
leottvf Street Railway Union, have de
temtfwd to test by legal procedure whether
or vmi. President Griawoid can permit his
cans to leinain idle willraM invalidating
ttte charter of the company.
Tey aoMgbt tbe aid or Ttte Times bu
reau legal advice yesterday, ami after
a futt pMMtetrtaiioii of the potato raised
reosfcvcl the aerace that the matter
MkmiM le ttuHwugtoly investigated at an
NOTHING IN THE LAW.
Ttee eoutenUon made by Mr. Griswold
UMt rtjre Is nulling in Uie law to require
the nutamg of the cars.-aud that eo long
as le profile refuse to ride toe will de
ctte u rename operations, is in a fair
way to have an airing in the courts.
Te eJUzen' meeting that was adver
tised to take place last night at Hillsdale
fox t eprveeion of sentiment concerning
the Btrike, was poatpoaed to a future
date.. TIktc was a nuauaderstanduig about
tle matter, aad upon the part of some
of titie ettixeBS a total lack of consultation
as to arrangements.
Tbe HMtedaitt Citizens Association will
lioM a meeting, however, to perfeet plans
for tJe iwWfc gaUiering, and a date will
DECLARE A DIVIDEND
The btiRses between AnacosUaund Seluiei
3r's Navy Yard Exchange are bringing
in a vry fair sum each day. There v. ill
be a dividend declared this afternoon at
the meeting of tbe Protective Street Rail
way Union, and the sinkers will be paid
It was announced lost night that ample
transportation facilities will be supplied
for Wash iuglonia us who may desire to
attend the lawn fete this evening.
Tliere is a pretty general expression of
opiuion to the effect tltat tic present man
agement will not undertake a resumption
of l9iuoss, and that is the equivalent of
baying that a change in officials is ex
pected. Arrest oil For Striking a Woman.
Edgar S. Grove, a clerk, thirty -two
years old, aud unmarried, was arrested by
Officer Kilmartin just after midnight Uus
moramg for assault, upon Rose Bennett
The woman, who came around to police
ftaUon, No. 1, to make complaint, had
a badly bruised eye. Mr. Grove had in
bie possession $1 0 cash and a book and
keys. He was locked up.
ITonserireakers In the TolK.
James Gordon and Uriah Harrison, col
ored, iHMisebreakers, who stole a quantity
of fireworks from the show window of
"William Heineman's store, at Twelfth
and S streets northwest, about 1 o'clock
on the 4th instant, weie arrested yesterday
by DeteeUve Lacey, Policemen Peck, of
the Etghtn. precinct, aud Thompson, of Uie
Accidentally Darned tho Store.
Last ujgh.t about 8 o'clock John T. Leon
ard, wnile arranging goods in his store
window, at No. 600 Third street souta
"west, set fire to his stock, which was
damagod to tbe extent of $50; covered by
Insurance. afar. Satolll's Movements.
New York, July 10. iTgr. Satolli, the
apostolic delegate, arrived In town lato last
night from PlattKburgh and was the guest
of tbe Rev. Michael J. Lavcllo, at tbe rectory
of St. Patrick's Cathedral. He left for
the university at "Washington, D. C, this
Kiss Irene Robertson Caught by
Her Brother on the Street.
FRAJSK McALEER WITH HER
Sbi "Was Taken to the First l'reelnot
Station and "Will Probably Be Sent
to the HotiNOof the Good Shepherd. (
"WlniMittS Trial I'otpnued Ills
Leltero to the Young Girl.
Miss Irene Robertson, the school girl
on whose account E. Percy Wimsatt, tele
graph operator Tor Sikby & Co., was ar
reted on Tuesday for abduction, was. found
yesterday by her brother. Walter Robert
son, and will to-day probably' be scut to
the Ilou'-f of the Good Shepherd. Mr.
Wimsatt was in court jesterday morning
but Mr. Mullowney. for the prosecution,
was granted a continuance of the case
Mr. Winwiit's father caused a subpoena,
to be issued for Miss Irene as a witness in
Uie case, and bent a policeman in a car
nage to bring her from the home or Miss
Eva W. Cooke, a girl Trieud with whom
she had been staying on Ninth street near
S northwest. The policeman was told
there that the had left at 7 o'clock yes
POUND HER ON THE STREET
As soon as the caw m court was disposed
of, Mr ltoberston. the brother who caused
Mr. Winmit'b arrest, btarted out agaiu to
find his little tister. He is the oldest of
the faintly of the late Win H. Robertson,
for many jear a wholesale butcher on
Louisiana avenue near Ninth , while Miss
Irene is the jouuge-t
He found her in the afternoon on Ninth
streeth on the way to Uie river in com
pany wittt Frank McAIeer She had on a
long black blcirt aim her face was vailed
Mr Robertson knew her by her walk He
at once stopped the party and took his
Mter to the First precinct police station
"where bhe is detained until he can secure
papers by which she can be placed where
she will be safe from the unscrupulous
Her brother hopes na serious harm has yet
come to her
Miss Robertson said to a Times reporter
at the station that she came up on the
twat on July -1 with her brothers-in-law,
MeSbrB John Johnson, of Georgetown;
Joseph A. Gamble, Wallace J Rockwell,
of No 111-1 Eleventh street northwest,
and her niece. Miss Katie Johnson. She
was talking with Mr Wimsatt when she
was told to come away, -without any
reason K-ing given. She obeyed, and
went -Willi Mr Johnson to his home, -where
she stayed till Friday last, when she came
to Miss Cooky's
HE IS NOT THE MAN
She saw Mr Wimsatt there on Saturday,
aud m MoiHlaj she went to Marshall Hall
with aim. Miss Cooke, and another gentle
man. She knew nothing ot the search for
her till site heard of Mr Wimsatt's arrest
II" is not the man who took her and her
i niece to Philadelphia. That man gave
tb name of Frank E Sherwood, was
I rather delicate, of light complexion, and
gray eyes. She met Mr Wimsatt first on
May 30 last on a trip to Marshall Hall.
I Mr Wimsatt and Frank McAIeer were
at the station about -4 30 p m , and
McAIeer had a ten-nnnute talk with Miss
Irene m the presence of the matron. Mr
Wimsatt stood outside the rail, and Mlsa
Irene frequently glanced at him and
smiled eoquetiishly He chaffed with the
The firsr intimation Mrs Rockwell had
that Mr Wimsatt was married came front
a ung man who is genuinely interested
in Miss Irene and who threatens trouble
for him if tne prosecution falls- through.
As soon a.s she was informed Mrs. Rockwell
showed Mr. Wimsatt the door, and told
him if he came ab'ut again he would get
hurt She would semi word to her
brother. Walter, who would deal with
him. This she did. and the arrest fol
lowed, COMING TO TUU THEATERS.
Mrs. J C. Yerplauk-Keightley's comedy
drama, which firms the attraction at the
New Natwnal Theater during the present
week, is the most ambitious productionyct
attempted by the company This play
ran for nearly four months at Mr A M.
Palmer's New York Theater, and mer with
the uuauimous praise of the press of
Gotham Imhchandsof theNew National
Theater Stock Company a performance
that would do credit to the original is
The new electric raus dissipate the heat
andool the auditorium of the theater very
materially, so that the friends and patrons
oj this ravonte organization may en:oy
an evening of comedy in comfort
Next week, which will b- t'le lat of the
present season of comedy, will be devoted
to a production of the famous comedy. ' All
the Comforts of Homoi" from the pen of
that gifted author and actor, William
Gillette, author of "Wilkmson'-s Widows."
"H"ld by the Enemy." and "Too Much
Johnson," which played the whole of last
season to crowded houses at the Standard
Theater. New York, "The Private Secre
"All the Comforts of Home" is recog
nized as one of Mr Gillette's best ef
forts, and will prove a fitting selection
for the closing week of the present suc
cessful season of comedy at the New
ACTIVE TEMT'ERAJS'CE WOSTCN.
Two Meetiiiirh Held at the F Street
Two meetings in the lute restof temperance
work were held at the headquarters, No.
910 F street northwest. last evening. One
was the second business meeting of Head
quarter's "Y," the new auxiliary of the
Women's Christian Temperance Union, aad
Uie other the regular semi-monthly prayer
meeting o" Chnpin Union.
At the meeting of Headquarters' "Y"
the enthusiasm was somewhat marred by
the absence of the president. Miss Clara
Stewart, who was detained by illness, but
Iit place was very ably-filled by Mrs. S D
LaFetra. Miss Gertrude Houston, the re
cording secretary, read the treasurer's re
port, and an appropriation was made
toward paying the rent of the new head
Miss Eleanor Walker, of Crusaders' Y,
was introduced by Mrs. LaFetra, and gave
a very interesting aud instructive talk on
thi "Flower Mission." Alter the meeting
a dhghtful sociable was held and Miss
Gertrude Houston and Miss Mr.zie Reinohl
r"ccivcdtbeguests. among whom were; 3Irs.
Raynesford, Mrs. Merrill, Mr. Dale Gilbert
and Mr. Edward LaFetra.
At th1 meetiug of Chapia Union MjS3 L.
C. Ktsslcr presided in place or the president,
Mrs. Cohen, and led m prayer. A motion
to iwnd temperance literature to Mrs. Laura
Milcliel, a. missionary at Euia, Didia, was
mad and carried, and prayers were then
off-red by Mrs. Dr Burritt, Mrs. 8 D.
LaFetra and Mrs. M, E. CatHn
Army Corpr. Excursion..
Tlic .Associated Sarv'ivnra. of the Sist'a
Army Corps Trill celebrate (he anniversary
or tlioir figut vritS Gen. Early's troops
when they mnnfied against Washiiifrton,
by givmK nn excursion to Marshall Hall,
dipt. 17 Bnin ib prrgfdent of the associa
tion and Comrade Ihch and Doxvd are
secretary and treasurer, respectively.
Get your Cabinet Photo Free.
Foil Overboardand Wan Drowned.
J. "Wlms, colored, fwenty-five years
oC age, -while welshing coal for the
eteamer City of Richmond last night about
IX o'clock, rellovcrboard and wasdrowned.
ins home was at No. .123. K stTeet south
west. The body has not been recovered.
Get your Cabinet Photo .Free.
Full string band at Colton-on-tbe-roto-ruac.
FUTURE OF THE FENCIBLES
Handsome Quarters Secured For
Their Armory at 913 E Street.
Cupt. Do nior Declares There XIu Been
.No Lack or "Hntlulloulzlmt tbo
ITenelblCH and lliflcs.
The future of the rencihles is assured In
the very handsome quatter.t, which" they
have just seemed at No. QUI D street
northwest.. This building has recently
been remodeled and fitted up in the most
approved style just in time to receive Uie
Fenclbles. whose uniforms and military
impedimenta willbeseut to thcnewqiiaitcrs
The Fenclbles, by tho way, are going
back into the neighborhood of their birth
place and Uiat of some of the crack corps
of the city The whole block is alivo
with military history and traditions.
A report has been in circulation for a few
days that the reucibles and the National
Killus would form a battalion. The
result, in this case, involves two condi
tions: That Uie Rifles shall decode from the
militia, or that the Fenclbles shall coalesce
wtUi the Rifles aud accept their name, in
which case the suggestion would bo possi
ble. The Washington Light Infantry, for
instance, is composed of four companies
till under the name of tho
Capt. Doincr said last night, referring
to tho reported baitaIioui7big of the two
companies; that the suggestion was sim
ply in tho air. the rumor, doubtless, he
said, being traceable to the fraternnble
relations of the organizations. The dis
cussion of tho question was purely Informal;
certainly noneorthoofricersof thcFeneiblea
or National Rifles had discussed it.
Notwithstanding tho fact that the piono
eition is informal uud onlv military gossip,
it would not surprise the public if the reu
cibles and Rifles should inarch again under
tho same r-ompauy insignia.
The only remaining ceremony In connec
tion with tho disbuiidnicut of tho Fencibles
will be the "mustering out." The order to
disband practically carried with it the
duty of mustering out This last will lw
a mere statement to the men orally or
in writing that they have beeiunusteredout
of the service in compliance with the regu
lations of the service.
ORDERED TO RENDEZVOUS.
Xorth Atlantic Scinudron Will
Secretary Herbert, yesterday afternoon
announced the general plan for the move
ments of the North Atlantic squadron this
summer and fall, in the course of which
Admiral Runce will put the squadron
through comprehensive drills and maneu
vers. All the vessels of the squadron are
ordered to rcudezvi:. a-t New York by
August 1st. They wm crui along the
coast northward, drilling and maneuvering
as they go, as far north an Bar Harbor
Turning at that point they will head
southward, again going U rough maneuvers
near New York, and finally will wind up at
Hampton Roads in October Admiral Dunce
is now busy preparing the detailed pLia
of operations for the cruise which will be
submitted to Secretary Herbert for bis
Mrs. Mayljclel.V Frlenib Active.
London, July 10. The freinds of
Mjs. Florence Maybrick are once more re
newing their efforts to obtain her release
-' t E ' "? St B y
I Pounce on These
1 1 ' Bargains ! 1
i 1 MTDTDT'y
necessaries ever held in Washington. Patent Medicines are citt lower
than ever before lower than fhe wholesale prices in gross lots
Everything is the same You nevdr saw or heard of sitch a slaughter
in years Lay in a stoclc if yon' 're wise Reductions all through the
store even every Soda Drink j cents only. Come early. ! We can't
guarantee oui- stock will last all day at these figures.
$1 Hood's SaLrsajparilta, - - 55c 1 50c Syrup of Figs, - 23c.
$1 Faine's Celery Compound, 55c 1 25c Liebig's Malt Extract. 1 5c.
$1.50 TiSR. DOZEN.
25c Mertz's Hair Curling Fluid, 13c.
Pcckot Cigar Cnsca.
$1.50. To clcsu
Lot Assorted Comba Wero 5c J u G
Lot 2Calll?iles, assorted. Woro P n
Lot Cut Glass Scent Bottles.
Lot French Oil-dressed Cha
mois Skins. 23c to..
Lot Whisk. Brooms. Woro 35c
Lot Imported Violet Soap, 3
cokes to box. Terbos
Lot Pino Toilet Soap, 3 cakes to
box, wrappers soiled. L'or bos..
Quadruple I'orf umo Extracts in
bnllc, all odors, 29c per oz , 4 oz
1 lot Fino Toilet Atomizers.
Wero Sl.:5 aud. 1.59. To
1 lot Fine Toilet Atomizors. TQn
Were $S aud $2.50 . JJb
1 lotFluo 'toilet Atomizors. (T I !Q
Wero&J and3.50 $ li I 3
Ijoseand Jlyirh for tho teeth POp,
and gumb, 17c, 3 for Ollll
Extra L-irgw size Quoou Ailho rfln
Tooth Powder, 17a, 3 lor JUU
50c White's Dentino ddG
(Bottle, liquid, and powder.)
25a QueoaAaino Lotion, 17c., 3
23a Cucumber and
Cream, 13c ,2 for
Talcum Fo wder: C hoxos-for..
50c, Queen Anno Cologne....
GOc. Lavender Water
Tints Tinportod Bay Rum
Imported Itoso Water, pints-
Largo size Eau do (Juinine, hair
Sllro ported. Vlolot Water.
25c. jlcrtz's Culling Fluid, 13c 2
Mcrtzs Modern Phormscv
Taeasury Employes .Have
Money Lending Company.
CHAEGE 36 PEE CENT AYEAE
It.Is Called the Economic ltellof As
Boclnttoii and Thirty or Forty
Clerks Are Members. Auditor-Fii
row Did "otj Know of lib Exis
tence and jyifl im a. St op to It.
The details "wore related to The Times
yesterday of all organization in the United
States Treasury Department, the ostensible
piupose of v.'!ilf.h,s to benefit department
clerks !" '
The organization has its paper printed
so as to read the Economic Keller Associa
tion. It is composed of cleiks in the Treasury
Department who lend money to membets
and brethren at .1 per tent per month
or3G per cent per yoar .
According to the laws of the District
of Columbia this organization is an usurious
one, plain and simple
It is said that the members of this 3 per
cent, per month bunking scheme, are men
in good standing in various churches, and
that they are regarded as men of high repute
In the Tieasury
PAiT.'lC PER CENT.
The clerks in the Treasury not members
are required to get oue or two goodi udoisers
and still pay ;t( per cent a year while
they could gel the samo amounts m the city
banks with good indorsers at from 'J to 8
per cent, a year, .It is plain that this
Economic Relief Association can make
the difference between the legal rate, aud
their usurious, rate, by simply having the
influence or means to get from any bank
enough money to lend to tho clerks who need
'economic relief '
The association is credited Willi having
outoaloait from S20,000to S25.000 a jear
which gives the co-operntors a pretty r.ur
dividend at 36 per cent.
SECRETARY SMYSER'S STATEMENT
Mr W II. Smys.r,a clerk in the office of
the second auditor of the Treasury, is the
secretary and treasurer of this association.
He was called on yesterday and made a
statement In reference to the history and
transactions of the concern It was or
ganized under the Harrison administration
-vi hen Gen Patterson, was second auditor
of the Treasury Mr. Srayser said that Gen
Patersou was cognizant of the association
and it's object and permitted it to exist
under the agreement that it should not
work during office hours
lb is a eo-oieraUve tissoci.it ion com
posed of abont 30 or 40 clerks, to whoiflj
are issued certificates, of deposit on which
they can raise money It also does busi
ness outside the membership and. lends
money at three per cent per month. A
clerk for instance, ,ou endorsement, can
get say $10 for a month for 25 cents, and
Mr Smyser said ttiat they usually prefer
to pay this than borrow from other sources.
BENEFITS THE CLERKS
Mr Smyser contends that the association
is really a benefit to the clerks in the
department, and he is informed that Similar
associations exist in other departments
of the government. He was asked if Col.
T Stobo Farrow, tliepresentsecondauditor.
erreat Price Cutter, announces the most extra-
... - ", . v, 7") t j. f j- v-.. A 4- -A , ."-
are u linear
Julio's Toilot Towdor, 23c., 5 for.
50c. Lavender Salts
J1.25 Flnaud's Fine- Perfume Ex
tracts -x ..
I'uro Violet Water, reduced per
$1 Babateau's SUin Food 0G
(Bomovcs wrinkles and stin blemishes.)
50c. Babateau's Face Powdor. .... u 0 G
Cut Glas3 Lavender Salts Bottles,
with Laondor Salts. Only....
(Tho fcottlo alono is worth doublo tho
10c Clark's Corn Salve, Cc box, 5
Kennedy's Foot ro wder-for ner
splration and tenderfoot. Only
17c box, 3 tor
Julio's Fnco Bleach. Reduced
from SI to n
(The groat tan and freckle ro mover.)
Rinifrct's To let Cerate, recom
mended by fchlrloy Daro. na tho
idoal face food ltomoves
freckles-, pimples, Ac Was 50c
l)uilug.this sale only, per lac.
and Button Hooks that woro sl.
To closo them outwith-a rush,
Moth BcUs (extra strong) por
cox (je,s tor
Naphtha Camphor (better than
Camphor yoth Ballsy etc.) pr lb..
Largo boitica "C S." Disin
fectant, 21c, 5 for.
(This Is tho best dlsinf octant mado fcr
general use ;
Largo Bottles Carbolic Acid..
25c Lester's Little Liver Pills, 4
23c bottles Jamacia Giugor..
25c bottlos Cooper's Hair Sue- tf J
cess, 37c, 3 for $8
(Keeps tho hair from filling and produces-now
25c Cooper's Shampoo, ISc, 3
25c.Liobig'3 Malt Ex
llth and F STREETS.
that'll more than com
pensate you for the un
sightly appearance of
the store and any little
your choice of anything
in our entire Men's,
Boys' -.and Children's
stock at an even third
less than marked prices
plain blacks and blues
included. The 'extreme
neat' ' weights Alpacas
Skeleton Serges and
DuckPants are excluded
$3.00 for all that woro $7.30
$6 C7 for all that were $1Q.C0
!h.00 for all Hint vroro !12.0J
Si) 0!) for all that wero SH.5J
$1U.C0 for all Hint wur?t3.01
513 35 for alt that wore 520.00
$1.31 for all that were i2 00
$i00 lor ill that wer& & 03
SZCTforalt that trero 51.00
$3.35 for all that woro $3 00
ft 0(1 for all thatweroSOOO
tb 00 for all that wero $7 30
Cor-7t& anil ESfciW.
No Iiranch Store in This Cifcv
knew of the association, to which he re
plied that he did- not.
Col Farram was then called on and asked
if be knew of the organization, ucli rb de
scribed by Mr. Smyser The auditor said
that he had no knowledge of it, bat that he
would stop it summarily if such ft business
was conducted in the department during
office hours. He had no control over busi
ness transactions ot the clerics which were
had outside of tho department, and. further,
that tho matter was not now before I mi
officially. He regarded the 1C per cent
per annum aa rather high rate of interest.
It appears that the association .as no of
fice Tor the transaction of its business
outside, of the department Mr Smyner
said that It look a very short time to
lend the money and make out the .lecessary
paprs and this was done at his desk. He
did not think that any appreciable time
was lost from his duties in this bjalnrfa.
$5.00. "Weekly Seannoro Ex- $5.00.
Every Friday and Saturday until Au
gust 31. Inclusive, Uie Pennsylvania, rail
road will sell for tho 10 a. m. and 11a.m.
trains excursion ticket to Cape May,
Atlantic City and Sea Isle City, at rate
of $5.00, good returning until following
tv. 7"!-,. . . y-r tw , y-lJ 7 Si r
n.v.'ltlJ"ni i. .iJi
75c PuroGrano Juice
(Frco from chemicals.)
75c. bottles Elixir Pepsin
81 KalPs Xorrine OoG
(For sleeplessness and tho norxos )
$1 Warner's Celery Bitters .
(Nerve tonic )
Pint bottles SVitch HazeL....
25c. Dove's Mandrake Pills, foe
tho liver and bowola, t for.
25c Bailey's Chill Fills, ISc, 3
23c Cleansiline, 17c, 3 for.
StBecf, Iron. and Wiue, pints..
1 Jlotz's Wine of Crclisaya and AQ ,
(Summer aud anti-malarial tonic)
50c Syrup of Figs. 2Sc , 5 for;... 4)
(ITecsantand effective laxative.)
10a Tablets of Soda Mint, 5 for.
81 Hood's SarsapariUa.
Largo Bottles Pheno Thymol..
(A. splendid mouth nxd. tooth, wash.
Hotter than all othor antisoptics.)
r's Dyspep3'a Tab- COfi
lots, 19c, 3 for.
(Quick ruiiofrf 01- indigestion.)
SI F errand's Wine of Coca.
25c Eottlcs Root Boor, 13c, 3 Qfln
(Each bottlo mrkes 5 qnllons delicious
Pound boxes Rcfiaod Borax
81 Hilton's Kiduoy and Liver
of people wlro urc public UEXEFACTOHS.anil who do tlilnss.Ja.sr for tho
btiiorituthopiit)Iic, no mutter WJIA,T tho expense is to them, of clothier
who uro- in business for the purpose of building up a bIlnuliies.,Ju.tfor
tbo GLOUY there is In it. Or .such people BEWARE: Xone of us are
in business for GLORY, but to MAKE MONEY, and plenty- ot it If wo can.
The only question urls,e, v ho has the GHEATESTadvatitaues fordolutcbus-ine.-s.
Without any egotism or exaggeration on our part, we can tsafely
fU3' we are on the GROUND FLOOR. Wo MANUFACTURE our clotblny,
and RETAIL It at the WHOLESALE: price, which means a .savins ot 25
to 40 per cent BELOW the price asked by others but ilnrliuc this,
SPECIAL sale, oerythln- has. been reduced from l( to 00 per cent. BE
LOW tho WHOLESALE price.
Our ST. 50 line comprise? Slmjle and Doublt-brea.sted Black and Blue
Unfinished Worsteds, Cheviots In butlt Black mid Blue, Lonsr and Short Nap,
Oxford Mixed and Ltchc Color Ca'-Mtmeres and many others too nnuieroas
to mention. These goods are equat to any ot the $12.00 values than are
being bold by other clothier?,. Our S10.Q0 and $12.00 linen are .speci
mens of merchant-tailor goods, and arc the name quality as others, are
helling for $1 8,00, $20.00 and S22, 00.
During July anfi August we close 6 P.-M.; Saturday, 10 P. M.
WHOLESALE AID RETAIL HU0FAGTDRIH6 CLOTHIERS,
403-405 TtH St. IN. W.
Factory and Salesroom, 402-404 Penn St., Reading, Pa.
American Launciryinan Would
Drive the Celestials Out,
INFERIOR WORK: LOW RATES
The Leading I'lrins May Join the
KnlglitH ot Labor and Strlkunn.
Organized Lick at the Pigtails.
IntervIowH With the Employers
Who Employ Christians.
Strong sentiment against the Chinese
half "washce washee" aud half opium
smoking jointa was developed yoatorday by
the story in The Times exclusively of the
a citation started by the steam laundrymen
to drive the celestials out of the business.
During yesterday afternoon a represent
ative of the Knights ot Labor called on a
number of laundrymen with a view ot in
ducing them to organize and become mem
bers of the Kiiiglits of Labor
Mr. W II Dexter, of the Doxter laundry,
is much exercised over the matter and
thinks it is time for Americans to crime
to the assistance of Americans, and by not
patronizing the Chinese and eh'eap, cut
rates laundries drive them out of the
NO REDUCTION OF A"AGES.
Interviews with, some of the leading firms
were obtained yesterday, aad it "was stated
generally that 1a case there should be any
great falling off in their patronage it
wdl not be met by a reduction of the vrases
of the employes. As long a3 they can stand
it they will, and when compelled by force
of circumstances to make any changes it
will be a reduction in. the force employed,
aud not a reduction of wages.
The average number ot people employed
in a steam laundry is forty, most of "whom,
are women aud girls The wazes range all
the way from Si per week for "green
hands' to $10 Tor the experienced labor
ers. At prewiiit the forces, axe reduced to
the usual number employed daring the
summer months. In the fall the force is
I increased again, and then a preference is
given to the hands which were tanf off in
"It is not forusto say at this tunc what
shall be done." said one of the steam
lauudrvuicu; "it must rest with Uie public
whtther we must discharge our employes
and go ou of the business. We have no
I fear, however, ofauy such thing happening,
1 for we are all agreed that the clnss of peo
ple who patronize thestenm -will never go
j to tbe Chinese laundries.""
AX UNBROKEN" FRONT.
Mr Jame3 JC. Korft, proprietor of tho
I Bostoa steam laundvry, was absent from
tho city, but his managerspoke for bun and
said they were not arraul of Iesmsr any
business on account of the Chinese eut rates.
They employ from thirty to forty hands,,
which are paid the same "wages as arother
laundries, and this force will be retained at
full wages as long as the business is ear
Mrs. M. A. "Weaver, of the Capitol laun
dry, has no fear of loosing uer patronage,
nor will the "wages ot the employes be re
duced. Mr. F H "Walker, proprietor of the Yale
laundry, said h" fearcdno trouble whatever.
It is not the cheapness but the quality of
th" work that draws custom and retains.it
and for thus reason the steam laundries do
Mr. Janvs P Tolman.raanager of theTol
man Steam Laundry, said: "The class of
people who patronize us wdl never ko to a
Chinose laundry. If tlje people are not able
to pay ourpnc3 lot them give theirlaundry
to tha colored wash women, there are
plenty of them, deserving ot the work, for
thny belong here with us aud spend their
money here. The Chinese are i:ot how
ever, the whole cause of the trouble: there
;are others who ait rates just about aa
often as the Chinese."
A fow of tht Chinese laundrymen wore
seen, but they disclaimed all knowledge of
nnyconiifctioii with the combine. One said
a thmr of th kind was not necessary for
tliy all changed their prices absufc once a
retry Robberies Reported.
Miss Bottle Holmes, of No. 945 Rhode
Island avenue northwest, reported at
police headquarters yesterday that on the j
ad instanc a pom set ring was stolen rrom
hcrtmnlr at No. 7 1ST S street northwest.
Mrs. Mary Letch, of No. l-t4S Rhode
Island avenue northwest, reported that
on the Stli instant a blue-chucked ging
ham, dress was stolen from a clothes line
j in her back yard.
Mr. II. TLoncy. of No. 43" First street
northwest, reported tho theft from his
premises of two- push, cart wasels.
Louis Mycr. or Branchvtiie. Md reported
the loss of a coat, which he- tbuifcs was
Etolen. trooi a wagon by the Center Market.
Mrs. M. S. Janney.of 3.1G C street north
west, reported that some one entered
tool: therefrom a lot of lead pipe and the
A Personally Conducted Tour H .Ni-
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The Royal Blue Line annoncces a second
select and personally conducted tour to
NlaKaraFalls.Watkm's Glen, Mauch Chunk.
Gien Onoko, Rochester and Geneva Thurs-
day.Jnly 1?, via thefaraous Lehigh- VaTey 1
the "Switzerlnnd or America."
A special train of first-clars-day coaches
witb Pullman paror care atMched will
leave B. and O. R. E. Station, Washingtoa.
S:10 a. m.
Round trip tickets, good ten days. $10.
Get your Cabinet rboto Frec
For some time the merchants doinff busi
ness in the market have been complaiaist;
of the thefts of vegetables, meats, etc.. Oat
take place almost daily during the hora
the market is closed Testerday evemK;
Officer Griffin saw Frank Doreey, eefcwed,
employed aboac the market,, go in. east f
the side door, followed brni. and eauc&t
him with a large bag filled with meats
and vegetables and a chicken. He was
The sloop Ruby, the property ot Mr.
Charles J. Meyer'9, of Wafbinptofr. wfneh
stove a bole in her bottom by rasiMwr upoa
the wreck ot the old ferry steamer twa
Sundays ago. was raised yesterday eveaiBEr,
the bole in her patched with tin aad sfee
now lies in the duck, foot of Prince street
awaiting her owners.
A Mrs. Holland, residing ob tbe Marytaad
shore of the river, near Kent's, oppoirtesbti
city, has typhoid fever, it is (aid. eaoatd
by the barKes of dfcaving garbage brtght
down front Washington and anchored is
tbe river off Uer home.
Early yesterday raormns a bars tea
of garbage was brought dowa from Wash
ington and taken into &weeney3. en. the
opposite shore of the river.
The Alexandria pence authorities bave
been requested by the Wasbisgtea poiies
to look out for some 60 pounds of lead
piping- which bas been stolen front a party
in Washington. They bave ateo been te
fpiested. to look out for a number of wheals
stolen in Baltimore.
Mntha Parker, a young-colored WBraaa.ii
locked up in the pohce station oa a charge
or steaiimc S20 m. cash aad a srilt dress
from: Miss Maggie Cheshire, residing en
Duke street, near Alfred. Tbe girl was a.
servanLin Mrs. Cheshire 'a employ.
Free Library Election.
The incorporators or the "Washington
City Free Circulating Library met on
Tuesday eveninsr and elected the foliowia
trustees. Judge A B. Hascner. Gardiner G.
Hubbard, Gen A W. Greety, W A D
Caindry. S. W Woodwatd. Josephine A.
Clark. Gen Jostpli K McCanmion. Prof
C. Hart Merriam, and Dr Robert Reybern.
Gen Greely was chosen temporary chair
man; Judge Hagner, first "vu-e chairman;
S. W Woodward, second vice chairman;
W A DeCaindry, treasurer, and Obvec L.
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It costs yo:t ABOUT the saute.
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