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THE MORNING TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1898.
O matter what style or
you'll find HERE the biggest variety and best
values- Suits in Tweeds, Cassimeres, Cheviots,
Worsteds, Homespun's and
Serges, full lined, half lined
or skeleton. Solid or Mixed,
colors, Sio to S3o. All stylishly
cut. Made as we make all of
our garments and faultless fit
ting. Our Furnishings Department
is showing a choice line of
Negligee Shirts, both laundered
and nnlaundered Some specially
good unlaundered ones as low as
5oc. Others at Si.oo, $1.50 and
up to $3.75.
Some new designs in footless golf hose, at $i.5o.
Better value than most you'll see at $2.
ROBINSON, CHERY & CO.,
12th and F Streets,
1 1226 F St. URinTUrPIIUlf 1310N.Y.AVC.
HEJulius Lansbursh Furniture and Carpet Co.
'"VlU give you an opportunity of securing' a fine DINING ROOM (jfsv
Suite as U6ual In our SPECIAL SALES at fully ONE-THIRD less gp
than same poods can be purchased elsewhere. &";)
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY AT EITHER OF OUR STORES M
1 an opportunity of securing- a fine DI!
al In our SPECIAL SALES at fully ONE
3d4 can be purchased elsewhere.
3E DAYS ONLY AT EITHEfl OF OUR S'
CASH OR CREDIT.
This Fine Dining Set, consisting: of Sideboard, Extension Table "Js
and sis Chairs regular price, 848.00 SPECIAL TWO DAYS (g)
I j".1gfi7V'a..wll- '""
High-Balk Dining Chairs either
i solid oak or line cane teat. A
US set in everv resnect. Sneclal
" for two days longer.
V I Y ii
The Julius Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co. 1
M. Dyrenforth & Co.,
621 Penna. Ave. N. V.
Under Metropolitan Hotel.
Garner & Co.,
X. E. Cor. Tth and II Sts. N. W.
Get that Piano or Musical
Instrument now, while prices
are below WHOLESALE $
I COST. A trio of Remodel-
ing Sale Reductions:
S3.-.0 Kimball Piano. ...S27S &
810 Cordon Mandolin.. 8C s
4 SIS Gortlou Guitar S7 &
Steamtlilp ticVcta via all lines to all ft
Y iiaru of the world. Passenger 9
ticket acents C. & O. It K. g
I 1110 F Street N. V.
J FEATHER BEDS
f AT TnE ' f
EXCHANGE, 1331 H ST. I, f. $
M Reasonable price paid for same j
price irarinents vou want.
80 SO, SO, S3 SO, S3 anil SI .10
mill Mil 4, S3 ."50 anil 93,00
for a few 1ays only.
four-foot solid quartered
oak Sideboard piano m,
mirror in top two small !j
drawers, one lined one
lanre linen drawer
double closet hand-
handsome eiht-foot Ex-
tension Table thor- $&
ousjhly constructed ft
finely finished six pil-
t " at both 6t
at botb store?. 1223
The It Ink'.
1 Wall Papers
Fortlie next SO days wc will )
S) sell sooil white blank jraper for
5 -Jc; In comb. nation t;iU papery Y)
SS 5c; better for fi, 8, I0ct. Wood
55 enib. -lit, 12c. JW. in. cartridge )
SS iaier, Kc per piece, at
TRUMAN & CORNELL'
g 039 l'A. A i S. E.
GNNS V-NS SVSs?3
I'OHtKLITK is tlte new ciumcl S
composition, producing a hard. rIos-
sy, iuinerriouA, and dii table surface 0
(like Porcelain) on wood, plaster. Q
brick, and metal, especially adapted
for hot;se and car painters, htand-
liotli extremes of heat and cold. 4Sc K
per can and up. " q
CHAS. E. HODQKIN,
Plioce 2S7. 913 7tU St. H. W. g
gi:nius go.ve to waste.
Ciurt 'I'liliiks Mr. CroHkpy Lacked
DlIlK..uct In Klllnir HIm Invoutlon.
A loivt-r courl'n decision lu the case or
Jolin II. Croskey against Thomas B. Atter
bury was arfirmed yesterday by the court
orappeals. Thecase Krcw out ota dccisiOD
In the first court on a priority of patents,
llr. Crokey being the appellant.
He filed apiilicatiou for a patent on an
improved process of turning hollow glass
on December 28, 1803. Atterbury filed
an application October 1, 1892.
Croskey showed that he had conceived his
Idea first, but the court of appeals held
that he was lacking in due diligence and
let the appellant reduce his idea to prac
tice first, nnd therefore the latter was
entitled to the benefits of the patent.
Snturdny ut Blver View.
Another of those very pleasant family
days at Eiver View -will take place on Satur
day next and will be run under t he personal
control of the management. These family
days are designed to give the children an
opportunity to t-pend a pleasantday in be
country, where tlicy can get plenty of
fine fresh air ami have a good time on the
i-m-v hi-ws of the pretty resort. For
this reason the tickets on the morning and
afternoon trips arc sold at ten cents, and
between the hours of noon and 7:30 p. m.
tickets for rides in the chute are sold at
five cents. These Saturday family, days
bare been among the most pleasant of the
season's excursions and tired mothers with
tbeir children will take advantage of the
.-.i - "j i -way Ilea the crowded city
for a few hours.
The steamer Samuel J. Pentz will leave
her wbarr at 10 a. in., 2 and! G:45 p. m.
On. the G:45 p. in. trip tickets will be sold
at the regular price, twenty-five cents;
On Sunday next the Pentz will leave ber
wharf ut 11 a. m., 2:45 and G p. ni and
will take down the usual large throng of
Sunday excursionists, who will shoot the
cbutc and bave a good time.
FAVOR N EARLY DATE
Wheelmen Anxious for the Great
DELAYS ARE DANGEEODS
Hldcrs Di'HlroUH of Uavlng the Com
mittee Appointed ut Once Oiiponl
' tliiu to Holding the l'uijeuiit on the
Fourth of July DlNCiimlng the
lllueorMiireli Letters fro ni IHkerit.
The suggestion made In yesterday's
Morning Times that the proposed mauiinotb
bicycle parade to be held on the Fourth
of July was the subject of a great deal of
debate among local wheelmen yesterday.
Some favor the Idea and some do not.
The opponents claim that so many riders
will be out or the city on that oayicat It
be impossible tomaken gooddUplay. And
besidei that thex do not want to wait that
long. They think an earlier day would
"What is the use In putting the thing
orf," said one of them to a Times reporter.
"Now that The Times has started the ball
rolling wclii ut have theparadeandlthink
we should have It soon. The more I think
tbout It the more anxious I am to seethe
nrf.ilr n success auamy experience Vis lieen
that tnelonger you talk over such ainatter
the gnater the danger of its falling
"Kadi club should appoint one of Its
members to serve on the committee that Is
to have charge of the affair and that
committee should get to work Immediately.
1 am satisfied that the police onklals
will doallln their power to make tlieparaile
asuccess. If they will Just keep theslreels
-.- w. will snow the people of Wash
ington a jiageaiit such as they have never
CLUBS KEADT TO ENTKK.
Representatives of several clubs have in
formed The Times that their organizations
will enter the parade and that at the next
meeting members will be nnmed to servo
on the committee. It Is to be Imped that
the committee can get to work some time
next week for there are many details that
will have to be arranged.
An impression has gotten abroad thattlic
parade Is to be held at night. ThU Is er
roneous. No hour lias yet been decided
upon. All such things will lie left to the
committee which is to lie appointed. It
would facilitate the work of the committee,
however, if the wheelmen would express
their views on the questions. Not only 11";
hour for the parade, but also theday and the
The unattached riders, together with the
lady cyclists, will male a plenilid showing.
They are manifesting great interest In the
affairand wlilturn out In large numbers.
MUSIC ON THE CAIIS.
The Times has received the follow ingiom
mnnication from Mr.C. F. Ncsblt regarding
"Your suggestion of a bicycle Iiar.iile
Isan excellent one Washington cuiunjkt
n si)'.'"lld riNplay Lit It lie on l'enn-
syhnul.i ncnue, ir Hie can, win snip
while the parade is passing. I think it
would lie a gind idea to have brass baud
on special cars, which a lull e shall run at
irthe cars will not step on the Avenue,
the parade should move along K street.
"I would further suggest that the
riders, imt incmliers of clubs, be classi
fied according to the make of the wheel
ridden Tills would add uniformity, not
otherwise to lie secured,"
Wooden Frame HleyeleK.
The manufacture of wooden-frame bicy
rles Is soon to lie begun at Waulegau.
111. A n improved design has been prcparpd
which, it is (lalmiil, is more fl.istiu.tlmn
the meuirraine wheels. They can lie
bnilt ibeaplv and look as good as high
priced wheels. , ,
This wood frame differs onlv Mightlv
In appear.UKO rrom the ordinary mctnl
franie ones. It if lint heavier, nor is It
clumsy looking. The diamond rrame is
of onc'piece of bent wood. The steering
column is of wood, the diamond frame
being ingeniously oiineceJ with It. It
has a wooden handle bar. the front fork,
rear fork, and rear frame pieces are of
wood and rather larger than In the metal
frames, so as to be strong enough.
The sadijle l Of carved wood. The
connections are of phosphor bronze and
are fo made (list they can be tightened
at any time, and the liuiJS. peiuis. and
such small driving gear are of n.etal as
In other wheel. The rrames are flexible
and ride easy nnd are said to stand usage
The whel cm be made to sell at a com
paratively low prue.and on this account
It Is thought it will meet with success.
Koefc elm. hickory, and other strong wrul
will be u5ed nnd will be filled and oiled.
ItHClug lu Australia.
San Francisco. Junn 11. -Latest advices
from Australia report that at tl.e cycle
meeting held by the St. Ignatius ralr
Committee, at Melbourne, the racing was
exceptionally good. The twenty-five mile
Victorian cliamninnslilnlind fifteen starters
Including W. Martin, the American: I'orta.
he Italian champion; March. Mattersnn,
Kuhle. McLean, 'turner, anil other. Mc
Lean, the ten-mile champion, led for a
tew miles. but at the thirteenth mile Marth.
took the lead. At the c-lgliteenth mile
Mclean cought lip with Martin, took the
lead, and held it to tl.e finish, winning by
lx Indies. Martin was second nnd
Turner third. Time. 1:11 -.14 2 15. McLean
the wlnnerisanntiveof Melbourne. Martin
being defeated by such a small margin,
his rrlends have found hacMng for iilm
for a ec end race at the same distance
Itnn of the I.. A. W.
An enjovable L. A. W. run was bad last
night to Silver Springs! Quite a party
turned out under choree of Lccul COJlMil
Leeke. On Siindav the L. A. W. will lnii-e
a run to Ma rshallllnll. starting from Unit n
town. under charge of Local Consul Tut
nara. Ladles Will Take Tart.
Editor Times: I am glad to see that the
ladles who ride wheels are remembered.
I am sure that many of us would like to
participate in the bicycle paratle, and I
bac no doubt that we could make a good
showing. I would suggest that the ladles
form a separate company, and to add in
terest to the occasion, prizes might be
offered for the prettiest as well as the
most unique costumes. This would bring
out some "bummers." BLOOMERS.
Speed of Illcyelen.
Editor Times: Will vou kindly Imform me
through your columns what Is the limit of
snceil allowed for bicvclcs within the city?
In on r evening Issue, of the 11th instant, vou
state that.lt Is twelve miles an hour, and
sit miles at street cms na. The Star
states that it Is eight miles.
L. S.. a wheelman.
The Times was correct as It always- Is.
Under, the recently promulgated regula
tions bicvclcs are limited to six miles an
hour at crossings, twelve miles an hour
within the cltv limits, and nrteen miles an
hour on.roads in the county. Ed.
SWAMP LAND DECISION.
Court or Appeals ConflrniH au Inter
ior Department Cuse.
The court of appeals yesterday affirmed
the decision of the court below in the
case of the Warner Yalley Stock Company
against Secretary Hoke Smith and Commis
sioner S. W. Lamorenux, of the Land Of
fice. The company was the appellant.
The company claimed title to certain lands
in Oregon that it-alleged passed to it under
the second "swamp land act" of March 2,
1SG0. In the court below the representa
tives of the government demurred and the
presiding Judge sustained them und dis
missed the bill.
nednctlon In Rate to Bay Ridge.
The rae lo Bay Ridge, the beautiful
excursion resort on the Chesapeake Bay,
has been reduced this season to 60 cents
for adults, except' for evening train a
rate of 75 cents will be charged, with
rebate or 25 cents after coupon is stamped
by ticket agent at Bay Kldge. Half rate
for children between the ages of B and 12
years. Trains leave B. A O. depot, week
days, 9:15 a. m. and 4:28 p. m. Sundays,
9:33 a. in., 1:30 and 3:15 p. m.
The Tiroes Real Estate Bureau can se
cure a tenant for your vncantstore quicker
than any other agency. '
Judge HoitsTold Miss Hynes She
Was His Heir.
HER NIEOE TELLS THE STORY
ilrn. Buy of Kentucky tiave .some Iu
torcMIng Evldeucu Concerning
Funilly Affairs, Luke Devlin Wiim
QupHtloned tiud Made IViiIhIh of
A suddenly increased interest In the
Holt will proceedings was evidenced
yesterday by the crowd of spectators in
court.. Bucli an attendance could not have
been warranted by the character of the
proceedings, which, while interesting,
were devoid lit the incidents which make
trials drawing cards. The crowd was
there, however, and lingered In the hope
of the sensational climax that everyone
seems to expect sooner or later. That the
proceedings have an Interest out of -the
ordinary was shown by the character of
Among those noticed at some lluiedurlng
the day were Uev. I)r. Sunderland of the
First l'resbyterian Church, Kev. Dr.
McKlm of the Church of the Epiphany, Kev.
Mr. Klch of Trinity and Uev. C. C. Miador.
There was hardly a. member of the Wash
ington bar who did tint at some time ilnm
j ill and spend a few minutes in the ever
changing crowdback of the railing.
The proceedings were inurestlug. Luke
.Devlin, the executor under the alleged
will, returned to the'wltness stand as tho
crier rapped for order. He entered many
and vigorous denials to the various i barges
that had been madeii gainst him by previous
witnesses, his testimony In full being
told in The Evening Times.
SENT MONEY TO MISS HYNES.
Mr. Devlin's examination was suspended
nt one point in order to permit C. A. John
son, formerly postmaster of Lebanon, Ky.,
to testify. He retired from a four-yeur-tcrm
or office In 1894, and asserted that
during that time money orders came to
ins office from Judge Holt to Miss lljnes
with great regularity.
I Judge Miller, of the police court, was
' tendered by Mr. Darlington to prove good
' character on' the part of Luke Devlin. Mr.
j Wnrthlngton, for the heirs, contended that
it was not rebuttal evidence and the court
j sustained the objection.
Harry P On Jwin and Dr Frank T.IIowe,
I newspaper men, were each called In turn
by Mr. Darlington to testify to Mr Devlin's
visit to their office on the afternoon the
j will first appeared. TIip recollection of
both witnesses was that Mr. Devlin came
I to the office between 12 nnd 1 o'clock
on uie uneruoun oi lilt uay in tjucsiiou.
while he testified that he went there after
Mrs. Frank Evans, a tpcrlter of the
office of register of wills was the next
witness. On the day thp iaper reached
It to her to copy,
""What Is your recciUection as to whether
' it was In one or two pieces," asketl Mr.
Mr. Wnrthlngton objected, the testimony
not being rebuttals Judge Bradley over
ruled the objection and Mrs. Evans an
swered: "Itdid notappeirto inetobeseparated."
"Did jnu examine It to determine that
"Yes, sir, I did."
WAS FOND t0F DEVLIN.
The next occupant of the witness rh.dr
was Major Gaines, n recalled witness. He
tei-tined to the characteristics of Judge
Holt. He hail lieen iii the juticeVofike.
'Judge Holt wnxsery fond or Mr.Devlin
and frequently talked about him." said
Major Haines; jille thought Luke would
do rothlng but what Was right."
"Can you fix a date of when that was?"
"Mr. Jievllii was n messenger In Judge
Holt's ofrice when yt u were there, was be
not?" asketl Mr. Worthlngtcii.
"And didn't he sit in n (hair in the hall
outside Judge Holt's dcor?"
"Oh. no; very .seldom. It ever."
"Well, ir jou wanted to send n message
across the street you'd callcn Mr. Devlin, the
same as anv other messenger, would ytjii
"Yes, I suppose so."
'Did he do gny thing while 3611 were
there except run errards and hold Judge
"That took most ot Ms time."
Mrs. Mary Ray of Kentucky, a niece of
Miss Hynes, testified thnt-sbe krew Judge
Holt when she was a littlp child. RJie
told of her early meetings with him when
he came down In Kentucky and tock Miss
Hynes on trips with him to many cf the
The rlrst time she was able to fix a
date was that of about 18T2, when Judge
Dolt made a -visit.. On that occasion he
sent the witness to school. He took
Miss Hynes to Niagara for her health.
In 1 873 or 1874 he. took her aunt to Philc-
delplua In have her lungs examined. Miss
Hjnes lived at the home or Mrs. Hay s
mother for many years.
VISTED HER REGULARLY.
"While she was at jour mother's house,
did yim see anything or Judge Holt?"
"Oh, yes, l.e came to 6ce ber eery jear
and sometimes twice a year."
"Do you know anything about his present
of hoods to your aunt?"
"Yes, sir: 1 was present when I-e took
tlieni nut of a valise and handed them to
her. It was In April. 1881."
"What did he say?"
"lie said lie lian neglected to tend licr
his last remittance and that he would make
her that gilt so she would always have a
little money when .she needed It. He
Impressed upon her that she must not
think that was all she was going to get
from him. He said he had proinlshed his
wire before she died that he would -provide
for Miss Hynes, nnd he expected to c!o
It. He added that when he was dead she
she would be independent.
The witness testified that she was re
pealedly .1 guest or Judge Holt at his house
on New Jersey avenue. Headways treated
"Do you recall any other conversation
between Judge Holt and Miss Hynes?"'
"Yes; I heard him talking to her In the
parlor or his home in this city in 1874.
He drew his chair sp close to hers and said
he wanted herlotaiow tbatthc $10,000
THERE'S MASON IN IT
DOQS DO NOT HAVE DYSPEPSIA
It may not be of surpassing interest to
learn that dogsiare very seldom troubled
with Indigestion; but the curiosity or science
by revcalingtuerenson ot the dog's vigorous
digestion will undoubtedly prove or great
henerit to the thousands ot American men
nnd women who suffer, year in and year
out. from some.-fonn of indigestion. Stated
in n few worils.x scientific investigation
proves that the gastric Juice in a dog's
stomach contains six times as much pepsin
and twice as much hydro-chloric acid as
the stomach ot la man. It is the lack of
gastric juice, pepsin and hydro chloric and
lactic acids that causes so much dyspepsia
and stomach weakness, and science has
not been slow in supplying the treatment so
plainly Indicated, and the most successful
nnd safest remedy ever advanced for tho
cure of indigestion Is Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets because they contain the vegetable
and fruit acids, pure pepsin, ginger and
Goldenseal; they supply whatever' weal:
stomach lacks. They increase the amount
or gastric Juice, they DIGEST THE FOOD
PERFECTLY. Rest and nourishment Is
Natu re's cure for every disease, and Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets cure dyspepsia because
they rust the overworked stomach and nour
ish t be body.
Taken after meals they digest the food
thoroughly before It has time to ferment,
soumnd poison the blood and nerves.
Full size package of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets are sold by druggists at 50 cents,
or. hv mail prepaid from The Stuart Co ,
Marshall, Mich. JuS-10-12
s if you let this chance slip by to get a pair of those
ig Men's $4 very light Tan Shoes, which we are run
M ""ig at !
This great clear
ance sale of Sum
mer Shoes is a
won derf ul oppor
t unl ty. Come a
little way out of
your way to get
these values for
Men, Women and
Stoll's "810" Seventh B
oursc.f to death nrer a hot coal
Are cook. I nc the mcaU in miiiiner,
wbeu by using Coke instead yon
can cook in comfort?
Tlieonlt fuel for summer cook
iii. No llrt or clinkers to worry
jou. Tryir. l;cHTerod anywhere.
11S0 for 4i) lmOicIs, uucruhetL
$0.70 for 40 bushel, crushed.
Washington Gaslight Co.,
413 Teutli street .N. IT., or
WM. J ZEH.
C20 X Street. 'Flione 4
riUNTKItS AND llOOKHl.VOEItS.
Stormont & Jackson,
(timers ami Binders. 522 12m St. I.f.
Nothing: oo lre or too itnall for US to Print
AT YOUK SFJtVICK-
liid it eer occur to yop that It wag time
to get your printinr done where ilmlern
Facllliley, .Modern Type., Modern Work,
Tastf ami Price are ciiar.ictiTi, tics?
Cull and let u$ talk it over.
MrGIM, 4 WALLACE.
Printers and Publishers 1107 E St. If. W.
Proswork for the Trade.
Don't Trust 'Em.
Don't truBt your laundry to
be Ill-used perhaps washed in
impure water. We take especial
care and peasure In turning out
fine laundry work. Lace Cur
tains and Floor Coverings, too,
we do up in best possible shape.
TOLMAN STEAM LAUNDRY.
Sixth and C Streets n. w.
ICTOR E. ADLE
923, 925, 92S-, 929 7th St. N. W.
LAST WEEK OF
be had given lcr ivns not all ebe would
get. He said "
"I ohjctt," interrupted Sir. Wortuinff
ton. "I submit that that is evidence in
'Your honor told us that evidence In
writing was sufficient to make outa prima
facie c-.ive," replied Mr. Darlington.
"The objection is overruled,' announced
"Go on Jlr-. Kay." continued Mr. Dar
lington, turning to the witness.
ritOVIDlD FOR MISS HTSKS.
"Judge Holt said to her- I want ou
to know that you have been amply provided
for. the rest of your days.' Those were his
exact words and I remember they made a
deep Impression on me at the time. Miss
Hynes Interrupted him by asking what
his relatives would say.
"He suid: 'Lizzie, my relatives have noth
ing to do with it. They never gave me a
penny of my money. I made it myself nnd
Ihavetheriglittodis-pocof itas I desire.""
Mr. Darlington at this point offered to
Introduce more letters in evidence. Mr.
Worthington vaid he hud not had time to
see them and asked that the matter be de
layed. -Mr. Darlington consented and sur
rendered the witness to liis npiionents.
"When did you last see Judge Dolt?" in
quired Mr. "tt'orthington.
"In the fall of 1885 or 1886, at my house
"now long did he stay?"
"One day, anyhow."
"Why -was it that you and Le ceased to
correspond In 1885?"
"flecause of :i financial matter between
him and my husband. There wasneverany
"was anyone present beside yourself ana
Miss Hynes whin the conversation you re
lated took place:" .
"Was his tone unkind when he referred
to his relatives?"
"Oh, no; not at all."
Court bete adjourned until 10 o'clock this
Deer Park nnd llerkeley Special.
Commencing Monday. June 15. the B.
& O. It. R. will place in service a special
fast express train for the accommodation
of those desiring to visit the Summer He
sorU along the main line of the road.
The train will be equipped with first-class
coaches and Buffet Parlor Car. and will
run on the following schedule: Leave
Baltimore 11:40 a. m.. Washington 12:35
p. m.: arrive ilartinsbure 2:30'p. m.. Han
cock 3:07 p. m.. Berkley Springs 3:35,
Cumberland 4:30 p. in.. Kcyscr5:12 p.m..
Piedmont 5:25 p. m Deer Park 6:12 p. m..
Mountain Lake Park 0:18 p. m., Oakland
6:22p.m., Graf Iod 8:00 p.'m.
B 02O N
fiTRADEM it? cVcdUNCtTfr
"Coolest Store in Washington." jgg
up going fist.)
ydo Penna. Avenue. js
SHOES SHINED FREE. Wl
1 Today's f
ThU very pretty Rattan Car- (TQ rn
riage. only 4IJ.UU
Handsome Rattan Carriage. . $0jU
A L'eauttful High Hack Cane heat Din-
ing room Chair,
llan.t-oiue Large Size Oak C I fl "10
MjFbo.uU P I U. 1 0
Very I-irxa Oak Bedroom
Hull, 10 piece, handsome. CO rn
CASH OK CREDIT
Mayer & Pettit,
8 Reliable Outfitters,
g 415 SEVENTH STKEET N. W.
LONG-LIVED ICE Is delivjr
ci by tht pretty WHITE
WAGONS. Pare as Dam;
Nature can mi'ie it, harJ
ani last'ii?. 'Pinns 372. Great
Falls Ice Co., 924 Penn. Avenue.
Wo trill continue to sell all our
Eoys' and Children's Suits 'at ex
actly half price. This is certainly
a great opportunity for the little
and big boys. Light and dark
colored suits, blue and black chev
iot. Tricots, Clays, etc.
NEW YOEKCLOTHIM HOUSE
311 SeYentli Strcst N. W.
W. L. DOUGLAS
BEST IN THE WORLD.
One quality, onepnee; 100 styles and width la
Calf, Fatrat Calf. Vicl KM and all ehadea of Rn-uet.
We make sod aell more S3 ahoes than any other
xnanufa'-tarer in the worM. By making only one
line and developing that to the hiphet degree we
an able to produce and aell taroneh our own ttores
the beat thoe on earth for S3. Kauai inralueto
any 35 ahoe. Style, fit and wear guaranteed,
by impplylnj: electric fans
and substituting elect ilc
licbts for srat. You'll be the
cainer In the end. fr folks
wilt --.hop at the coolest
stores. 'Phone us about the
enrrent and other inforina-
U. S. Electric Lightin$rCo.,
213 Mth St. tN. V. 'Phone, 77,
Your Lredit i cooiL" AAiTf'l
SFKa GET ONE ij-Ifrl
They're worth FiSO.
$ra Hn sp. KRrrmann ?r
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KHEESSI, 425 Seventh Street.
"We're well prepared for the
belt " fad." Ladies' Belts from
ISc up to $1.50. Morocco, calf,
grain alligator, seal, levant, &c.
Some with "pretty sterling- silver
KNEESSI, 425 Seventh Street.
Today (Friday) we will give
b eauii jiUrcuaser of two jmjuiios of
SO-cent Java and Miciiti Coffee a.
gold band cup, saucer and plate.
To each purchaser of one pound
of 150 cent Gunpowder Te.i, Oolong
Tea or Brat Mixed Tea we will sive
either rive pnumbi of best granulated
sugar, a 40-cent ack of Lily best
pat. flour or a gold band cup, saucer
To each purclu-ner of one pound of
30 cent Java ami Muclia L'uffee we
will give either .1 imlii band cop
and saucer or a gold band rJ.it e.
Lily Ei'ft Pat. Flour, wastf f n
$4.60 per bbl.; now 14. 1 U
l-4t)bl.LilyBestPat.FIour, T I IT
was $1.40; now "PI.ZO
1-4 bbl. Best Family Flour. CI flfl
was $1.25; now JI.UU
1-lCbhl.BestFamllj Flour, nr
was 35c; now. Jjg
1-16 bbl. Lily Be,t Pat., jn
was 40c; now OUU
1 lb Cans Chicago Cooked
Compressed Corned llecf, n
was 15c; now 1 (JQ
l.OCO rakes of Best Prem
ium Choiolate, was 18c: I r
5.0CO pounds Best Large
Lump Starch, was Coper
lb.; now 40
Best Large Grain HoJted
Maracalno Coffee, was in.
30c; now ZUG
Best 1-lb.pkgs.Coru Starch, C-
was 10i; now Jb
Bet Whole or (in und Pep
per, was 10c ier 1-4 lb.; Qn
Cider Vinegar or White
Wine Vunegar. was 27c I 7n
per gal.; now J(j
Best Large Cans BMndard
Tomatoes, were tic per P
can; now DC
Best Franklin riranul.iteil
Sugar, was Cc per lb.; r t
Large Cans Delaware
Peaches, were 10c per Tn
can; now Ii
5.0C0 lbs. of Candv, was r
10c per lb.; now. OC
Soft Shell Almonds, every
one sound, were 18c per I n
lb.; now. UC
Boxes Toilet Scap. 3 cakes
In a box. were lCc per T
box; now J
Large boxes Bixby's Shoe
Blacking, were 10c. box; r
now ,. Jg
Large Cans Concentrated
Lye, were 10c. per Ihjx; n
Mac-ircni, packed in pound
packJge. irji 10e. per "J
The best large 2-lb. -uck-
oges of Oats, were 10c -J-
pkg.; now IQ
The large sacks of Table
Corn Meal, has been sold I r
for 20c. peri-ack;now.... I0U
ann tender, was 8c. per f.ji
can; now H3"
Quart cans of Maple rrup, nr
Borax 8o.ip, Oleine, New
Tariff Soap and Splendid
Brand, was 4c. per cake; o
Best Sugar Cured Smoked
Shoulders, werei'c.perlb.; pi
DOW 02 C
Beautiful White Lard, was 7
10c. per lb.; now fj
Scotch Smoked Herring. 33
to CO fih in a Lox, were on.
30c.; now Jg
Large Bright Evaporated
California Peaches, were p
12c. per lb.; now gg
Tcllow Klin Dned Granu
lated Cora Meal, was Cc Ot
per lb.; now L-j
Golden Drip Syrup and New
Orleans Moljss.es, were P
0c icr gal.; now 4ug
Large Sweet Prunes, were p
10c per lb.; now Jjg
Large California Evaporated
Apricot:,, wcreloe.perlb.: in.
now .' lljg
French Canned Peas, were r
20c per tan; now Jag
The Best Imported Sar
dines, Willi roll top keys. t n
were 23c. per box; now I Zg
Silver Side Canned Salmon, l
were 20c. per can: now.. AG
Large Butter Dishes filled
with Table Prepared Mas- I fin
tard, were 20c; now.... I Ub
Large bottles of Lemon and
Vanilla Extracts, were in.
20.; now . Jg
Best Mixed Cakes. Butter
Scotches. Vanilla Wafers, i n
etc., were 25e lb.; now.. g
Best Cream Crackers. Oys
ter Crackers, Soda Crack
ers, etc., were 10c. lb; r.
Baby Brand Condensed Milk, I n
worth lGc.percan;now.. I UC
per can; now tG
Cream Cheese, was 1 8c. per in.
id.; now Ig
Best large boxes Matches,
were 15c. per doz. boxes: to.
Pettljohn s Breakfast Food, I n.
Imperial Condensed Crenm, n.
was 16c. per can; now.... UC
A box of 50 zood Cigars, nr.
were one dollar; now OUU
60c. per lb.; now flUg
Henderson's Wild Cherry for
now .. .. .. flu
Totted Ham and Tongue
Lunch Goods, were 10c; ,
now 42 C
729-731 7th St.
Alpaca Coats 50c.
Linrn Coats 50o
Crash Salts 83.50
Extra l'ine Crash S4.50
Csiin"o Suits S4.00
Linen Pauls SLOO
Children's ATash Salts.
40c. 50c, 00c and 73c
rtlcjclc 1'niils .....$UO
Children's Dnck Snlls ZSe
H. Fri&dlander & Bro.,
Cor. 9th and E Sts,
TPIIC?123-' makes expertly fltted.
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