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IF IT'S THIN CLOTHES
you want you'll find the
best assortment and best
values HERE, as always..
Suits in crash, tow linen,
blue and black and gray skele
ton serges, and unlined tweeds
and casshneres. Coats and
Vests and Separate Coats in
alpaca, serge, pongee, mohair,
seersucker, drap-de-ete and I
silk in sizes.and shapes to fit
all men and prices to suit all
Specially good value in
Blue and Black Serge Suits
at $10.00 and $12.50 easily
worth $5.00 more, and are so
marked everywhere else.
Just received a new lot of
Unlau:idered Soft Finished
Negligee Shirts in neat stripes.
Price is only 50c. You'd
think them cheap at twice
that would be, too.
Same with those Sennette
Braid Straw Hats for men at
$1.00 every body else in town
gets $1.50 for them. Other
grades at proportionate sav
ing. ROBINSON, CHEBY& CO,
IZth and F Sis,
Of Men's, Boys' and '
n Children's Suits u
R TO BE U
Men's $8 Suits, $4.
b Men's $10 Suits. $5.
n Children's $1.50 Suits, 75c
n "Evprvf riino- nit sniinrnli. U
e in half. Great bargains in a
g Men's Bicycle Suits. 1
i H. Friedlander
Cor. Ninth and E Sts. -
t Onrs Is the only plant in "Washington a
p where you can have your mirrors re- 3
E silver ea. Wo employ expert! only, 3
C and guarantee satisfaction. 3
E WINDOW AlfD PLATE GLASS.
t Our Mock la complete in every de- a
p tail. Fiompt work lowest prices. 3
I CHAS. E. HODQKIN, 3
g Phone 287. 913 7th St. IT. W. 3
Carpets Cleaned by modern methods.
Dry air does best work. Finest work
guaranteed, sntl jour carpets insured
while in our care.
EMPIRE CARPET CLEANING WORKS,
iM-raiMass. art-630-C36 Kst, n.w.
S. Combination gilt papers 6c; better
S) tore, S, 10ct. Oooil emb. cilt, 12c. 10
J In. cartridge pa: er, K-c. per piece, at
55 Trnma u i Cornell', 030 Pa. AVC.S.E.
As a leader we will sell, for seven
cents a box, 1.00) boxes of TOILET
SOAP, each box containing three
Johnstons, 729 7th St.
fl Make your
55 by supplying electric fans 5
( and substituting electric (
It lichts-for tra. You'll be the
gainer In tlio end. for folks
will shop at the coolest "
stores. 'Phone us abont tho ?
enrrent and otber lnforma- )
Electric Lighting Co.,
213 Hth St. N.W. 'Phone, 77.
TDIICCES but makes expertly ftttel.
IN sim-Eim SESSION
Philadelphia and Baltimore A.
M. E. Conference Meets.
MANY MINISTERS HERE
Interesting Exorcises Harked tbe
Opening Buy bt AletruiKilltaii TVes
ley CUurcti lStaliop Petty Delivers)
tbe EIncuiiu1 Address Conference
. Cummlttees Numed.
Tbe slxty-clsbtb session of tbe Phila
delphia und Baltimore conrereoce of tbe
African Methodist Episcopal Church, which
was opened atnoon ) eslerday in the Metro
politan Wesley Church on 1) street be
tween Second and Third streets, south
west, promises to be an enthusiastic Rather
ini; of colored ministers and others con
nected with the church.
Ulstiop C; C. Petty, V. 1)., of Mobile, Ala.,
is the presiding officer. The conference is
for the purpose of advancing the work of
the church and the improvement of tbu
ministry therein. The greatest interest
has been manifestciUn the conference by
the laymen generally and beside the seveuty
five or more delegates, which includes a
large number of ministers, there are many
Influential church members on band.
The conference is to contluue up to and
including Monday eveuing next. Tho ser
"vtfce j estcrda j afternoon included the open
ing exercises, a devotional service, the an
nouncement of commiltccs.etc. At 2 o'clock
the sacrament of the holy communion was
MANX ADDRESSES MADE.
Last evening the program was quite a
lengt'iy one", tiie cptscopal address being de
livered by llibhop Petty In place of the
annual scrmoo, which bad been announced.
The several addresses of welcome were de
lheicd and the responses made as follows:
On behalf of the members und friends
of the church, Prof. J. D. Baltimore. Re
sponse by tne Itev. J. 11. Hector.
On behalf of tbe Sabbath schools, E. V.
Davis, Esq. Response by He v. Logan John
son. On behalf of the educational institutions.
Prof. J. M. Gregory. Response by Kev.Dr.
W. II. Galor.
On behalf of the "Varick C. E. societies,
Mrs. Bertie Brooks Lewis. Response by
Kev. J. F. Moreland.
On behalf of the Ministers' Union, Rev. II.
Scb. Do le. Response by Rev. V. H. Day.
The music is a feature of the conference,
a special choir rendering exquisitely the
sacred melodies. Prof. T.J. Furby is the
There will be no service today, buttonlght
the Rev. J. II. Hector will deliver a lecture
on "The Deil Dressed In 'White." Friday
will be centennial day, when a specially
prepared program will be carried out.
The committees announced jesterday are
TIIE CONFEKENCE COMMITTEES.
Rules-Kevs. "W. H. Marshall, R. B.
Robinson. TlH.mas II. Scott, F. U. BUI,
R. C. O. Benjamin.
Beollo-Kcb. J. B. Small, O. TV. Of
f!e. V.'. H. Tucker, J. E. Price, U. VT.-A.
i-ii.miie-Uev. R. H. Stltt. R". A. Fisher,
J. B. Small, J. F. Moreland, O. W. Ofllej,
It. J. Daniel. Logan Johnson.
Lay Delegates Revs. J. S. Cowles, It.
II. t. Djmiii. W. II. Newb, George Bcsley,
I. R. Johnson. Timoth Kcene.
Candidates ror Admission- Revs. J. E.
Frtce. 8. S V-'. J. H. Hector, J. Q.
Adams, F. H. II11L
hAiiern' oiia-is unii Third and Fourth
Year-." Studies-Revs. G. W. Offley. IVm.
Howard Day, J. W. Smith, J. F. More
land. Deacons' Orders and Tlrst and Second
Years' Studies -Kevs. R. J. Daniels. J. S.
Cowles. 8. 8. "SValcs, R. A. Fisher, Adam
Educalion Revs. J. B. Small, R.A.FUher,
F. H. Hill. J. Y. Smith, R. B. Robinson,
R. U. Stltt, n. C. O, Benjamin.
Temperance Kevs. J. II. Hector. 8. 8.
Wales. C. E. Pipkins, A. C .Washington, L.
Sunday Schools Revs. IV. H. Tucker, S.
T r s, 11. B.Wales, M. J. Buow.Stepueii
C. Dobf. --J&A
.. . tbeCountry Rpvs. William How
ard Day. G. W. Clinton, .1. O. Dancy, R. A.
Fisher, J. W. Smith, R. n. Btitt.
State of tbe Church Revs. J. E. Trice,
Jehu Holliday. J. H. Hector, R. H. G.
Dyson, J. B. Small.
.auditing Account or ConfedernteSte ward
Revs. R. A. Fisher, R .B. Robinson, Logan
Collection or Money for Sunday School
Department Rev. Z. T. Brown.
Collection of Money for African Mission
Schools Rev. M. J. Snow.
Ladles Home and Foreign Missionary
Society Rev. Mary J. Small.
Superannuated Ministers' Fund Rev. A.
Conference MisslntM nml rcn. R,MAttao
Revs. R. J. Daniels. O. V. Offley, C. H. J
VUVKCIl, i umiT tieukius.
Widows' and Orphans' Fund Rev. C. II.
Christian Endeavor uud Kindred So
cieties Revs. .1. w. Bmltb, R. u. Stitt.
S. T B. Grace. J E. Disharouu, Frank
lin Pierce. B. H. Freeman.
Children's Day Money Rev. Adam Jack
son. Star of Zlpn and Quarterly-Revs. W.
H. Tucker. J. Q. Adams. J. W Smith
J. S. Cowles. J. W. Fairfax!
Book Concern-Revs. F. H. Hill, Logan
J0- , ftrt'&. Wimaii. H. Wrlfht.
Newby: " "- ""'""e-cv. v. H.
Conference Mliiiites Rev. J. B. Small.
Memoirs Revs. Logan Johnson. J. S.
Cowlef , R. H. stltt. William Howard Dav,
X 11. ill J I.
Educational Board-Revs. William How
ard Day, Logan Johnson, John E. Price
g! W Offley.' J- a 8ma"' S- S- WdlS-
IX SESSION AT LANE CQAPEL.
Snuduy School Convention of the Col
ored M. E. Church Convenes.
The Sunday-school convention cf the
Washington district of the Colored M. E.
Church Is In KPRcInn nl- tho T .,nn r..... t ,
M. E. Church, corner Fourteenth and C
biiirei.3 noriucnsi. Kev. Dr. George C
Taylor, presiding elder, called the con
vention to order.'Trof. L. H. Ccrnlsh, of
the Metropolitan Sunday-school, was elected
vice-president; Mrs. Emma Brent, secretary.
Many prominent ministers of the denomi
nation arc in attendance. Among them
arc: Rev. Dr. Martin, of the Miles Memorial
Church: Rev. H. Seb Doyle. Ph.D., of the
Israel Church; Rev. G. Granville Jones, of
Front Royal; J. William P. Lcewood and
J. B. Washington, D. D. The welcome ad
dress was made by Rev. V. Washington and
response by Rcv.G. O. Jones.
The annual sermon was delivered by the
Rev. Dr. Joseph, C. Martin. The con
vention will be In session till Sunday
night. Thursday night will be a women's
congress, Friday night an educational
rally, when Rev. Dr. Doyle will deliver
the educational address. Visiting ministers
willfillthepulpits of tbecity on Sunday
Purlor Cars for Deer Park nnd Vir
Commencing Monday. June 15. the B
& O. K. R. will -operate a lino of Buffet
Parlor Cars between Baltimore, Wash
ington nnd Staunton, nnd another between
Baltimore. Washington and Deer Park,
Oakland, MountalnLakcPark, and Grafton.
Tbe car for Staunton will be attached to
express leaving Washington Station 11:30
a. m., and the car for Deer Park and
Grafton to the Peer Park and Berkeley
Special leaving Washington Station 12:35
i - -, j- "
special Tritln to Bay Hldge Jane 10.
For the accommodatfon of members of
Moody Choir and others who may wish to
visit Bay Bidgc on Friday. June 19, in
addition to regular trains, special train
has been -arranged to leave B. & O. depot,
Washington. 130 p.m., forthatpolnt. Rate
no cents for the round trip for adults, and
5 cents far children. JalS-Zt
'THE INDEPENDENT ICE
CO. 'Sjellow wagons deliver daily
to all parts of tbecity and Mount
Pleasant their superior qualitv of
KENNEBEC ICE at lowest rates.
Office 910 Pa. avo. and 3108 Wa
- - 'i
are unusually popu
lar. They are the
same as are sold by
competitors at $1.35
All Styles of Toe
Hack or Tail!
RELIABLE SHOE BOUSES.
030-032 7th St. N. W.
1014-1010 Fa. Ave. N. W.
233 Fa. Ave. S. B.
WILL DRILL ALL SUMMER
Banos'a Cquadron to Be Maintained
They TV1U Spend the Seusou iu
Munenvers Along tbe At
The Navy Department has Informed Ilenr
Admiral Dunce, commanding the North-Atlantic
station, that it propoes, if practic
able, not to interfere In any manner with
the movements and exercises of his squad
ron during the present season.
With this lev Secretary Herbert has
been obliged to decline the numerous re-
quesu be has received for ships to visit
certain places and take part iu local ccic
bration and festivities.
The fleet will cruise at sea between
Nantucketand the Capesof the Chesapeake.
It will leave New York about July 1G
provided Its duties with the naval militia
are then complete J; will cruise to the south
ward and enter Hampton Roads; thence to
the northward to Gardiner's Bay, Fisher's
Island, Nantucket Island and back to Hamp
ton Roads-early In October.
The maneuvers will consist or the va
rlous squadron movements and formations
necessary for fleets atid squadrons in time
or war; anchoring nnd getting under way
under different circumstances, signalling,
target practice with main and secondary
batteries and small arms; landing the naval
brigade and boat drills and torpedo boat
Secretary Herbert Is making every effort
to collect a large fleet of battleships, moni
tors and cruisers to tako part in these exer
cises. Tbe vessels now under Rear Admiral
Bunce's command arc the battleships In
diana and Maine, the monitor Amptitrite,
the cruisers New York (flagship), Colum
bia, Newark, Cincinnati, Italcigh, Mont
gomery, the ram Kutabdin, and thedNpatch
boat Fern. The battleship Massachusetts
and the monitor Terror will join the fleet
before It Ieaes New YorJ:, and the Teius
will soon follow.
Tins will be the largest fleet ever assem
bled by the Navy Department for Instruc
tions in fleet tactics, and the experience
that will be gained will be of much benefit
to the service.
CLASS DAY AT TUE EASTEHN-;!
Unjuyuble Social OccijHlon Closed-tlte-Scliool
The class-day exercises of class '86 of
tbe Eastern Blgh School were held last
etening in the main room of Ihe building.
On the stage, which was tasterully deco
rated with the class colors, white and
light blue, were Ihe I!cv. w. E Parson,
D. D.. pastor of Ihe church of the Reforma
tion; Rev. Dr. Granville S Williams, trus
tee of university of Southwestern Virginiar
Clifford Volney Church, class president;
Miss Elsie E. Parkinson, class historian:
Miss Rosalie A. Robinette, class poet, and
Miss Clara V. Trow, class prophet..
The exercises were opened with some
excellent muMc by the Eastern Blgh School
Orchestra, afler which prajcr was offered
by Rev. Dr. Parson.
The other numbers on Ihe program were:
Introductory address, Clifford V. Church;
vocal solo, Mr. Emory Wilron, teacher E.
H. S.; class history. Miss Elsie E Parkin
son; class poem. Miss Rosalie Hobluetle:
vocal solo. Miss Eleanor Slmonds; address
of evening, Granville S. Williams. D. D :
selection, E. B. 8 Orchestra; address to
under-graduates. Miss Alice Putnam; reply,
J. Strother Miller, Jr., '97; vocal solo.
Mr. Philip Gerry, teacher. E. H S.; class
prophecy. Miss Clara V. Trow; vocal solo.
Miss Alice Judson; faculty's farewell. Mr.
C. M. Lacey Sites, principal E B. S.;
benediction. V. E. Parson, D. Deselection
E. H. S Orchestra.
After the close of the exercises tho
greater part of the audience remained In
the hall and an hour or more was spent
in social chnt and bidding good-bye to the
graduates as schoolmates, for It was vir
tually their last social reunion in which
they could take part as school fellows.
-The commencement exercises will lake
place this evening at Allen's Opera House.
INQUEST TO HE HELD TODAY.
Killing of Albert Jenkins und Freddie
Mil 1th to Be Iuwutlguted.
The bodies or Albert Jenkins and Freddie
Smith, the eight-year-old lads who were
run down and killed by a Baltimore and
Ohio express train, jesterday morning, as
told in j esterday's Evening Times, lay side
by side last night on the rough table of
the morgue. One white sheet covered both
crushed and lifeless forms. '
The accident occutred about 200 yards
above the crossing at Florida avenue and
Ninth street northeast, shortly before 1
o'clock. The train which killed the boys was
running at a lively rate and was stopped
only at Scenth street, three blocks away
from the scene of the accident. The police
of the Ninth precinct were notified and
Officer Neff was sent after the bodies
with the patrol wagon and in wblcti they
were carried to the morgue. Officer Neff,
who was accompanied by Officer Arbam
bault, then went to the Baltimore and Ohio
depot to place the trainmen under arrest,
but they had gone out with the train and
ware not to be found.
The men were notified by the division
superintendent to be in town today to at
tend the coroner's Inquest. The trainmen
are Ike Bromley, conductor; Henry Davis,
engineer; and C. Burns, fireman.
Tbe father of Albert Jenkins is Cyprian
W. Jenkins, a laborer, employed by the
Hygienic ice Company. BertSmlth'sfatber
is dead, and his step-fatlier.Fank Lincoln,
who works for Saxton, the contractor, did
not know of the frightful accident uhtll be
reached his home at 7 o'clock last evening.
Lincoln went immediately to tbe morgue
and tbe scene there was Indeed a pitiable
At the Ninth precinct station last night
tbe police said no arrests bad been made.
On Her Promotion.
Maid Madam, I teg to Inform you that
I hove gained first prize in the lottery.
Mistress That means, I suppose, tbat
we mast part?
Maid Certainly; unless you are disposed
to CDter ray service. Schwarzwalder
Money to Loan
In any sums desired at lowest, rates of
interest, on real estate security. Tbe Times
Real Estate Bureau.
It you tjesire an immediate tenant for
your bouse that has been vacant for months
place it with Tbe Times Eeal Estate
TIMES, feTHTJBSDAy.VJTXNE 18?, 1896.
And the confusion consequent upon an effort to temporari
ly reduce stock are all here. The business which yvou have
caused to grow bsyoniTthe confines of our present large
establishment'Will rise another notch today. The Goods
are always here but such QUOTATIONS rarely indeed.
Only One of Our flany
This Rocker extra large full arm
rattan seat. A bargain at l OfS
IiS-our price .rr. 9liCO
The Best Uefrigeratars In the city.
Good size oak refrigera
Large size refrigerators . 10.50
Extra size refrigerators.. 12.50
Men's Che viot Suits ?5. 60
Men's Stylish Wool Suits. 6.50
Men's fine Dress Suits 10.00
Children's Suits 1.00 up
Boys' Long Panto Suits. 4.00 up
Good Wire Bed Spring ei.55.
Extra Fine Bed Spring... 2.25
Good Cotton Top Mat
Good Bed Comfort 08c
Large Size Whito blan
Ladies' Skirt and Waist
Ladles' Skirts. Walt- and Capes to
be closed out entirely.
Ladies, Good Skirts, fig
ured brllllantino; 08c
Ladles' FineSllkWalsts,$3.50 up
Ladies' silk (. apos at your own
r j ? f ? fr ?Mr5&gj.
JU t 1 1 1 III JJ
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EASICvr rATMEXTS. We adjust our payments to suit jronr clrcumtances.
livery artlrle marked In plain figures for our IleballdinE Sale. Prompt 'attention
paid to uiaK orders. But a few of the many bargains wo offer you.
MAYER & PETTIT,
See Here, fieri!
Are yem willing to pay other people's REGULAR prices
for clothing when you can buy a summer suit here at HALF
price? Arei.you willing to wait and take what's LEFT?
The quickek you get here the better.
OUR: ENTIRE STOCK
v Of. Summer Suits and Trousers
This firm dissolves on July 15.
draws his interest on that date,
For all Suits that were $8. Splendid variety of Cas
simeres, and Cheriots.Plain and Mixed Colors.
For all S10 Suits Chevfots, Cassimeres, and Wor
stedsin gray, black, blue, and fancy effects.
J- or all 915 Suits-Sacks and Cutaways in gray, blue,
and black Serge, mixed Cheviots, etc. colors guar-
f" ff For o"il 820 Suits Clay Diagonals, Fancy Worsteds,
9lviUU Belgian Serges, etc. Newest styles.
in Rft For all $25 Suits high grade Worsteds, Clay Dlag
9lvw onals and Imported Scotch Cheviots.
TDAIICCDCi i2M tor all H qu 'lilies. J3.00 for all ((! qualities.
I KvUOIiKOi f2o0furall$5fiiall:les. WOO f or all 18 lualitie.
MM for all fJ qualities.
M. Dyrenforth & Co.,
621 PENNA. AVE. N. W.
Under Metropolitan Hotel.
SIX MONTHS' SHRINKAGE.
Gold Deserve Has Lost S77,330,330
Since January 1.
The Treasury gold reserve at the close of
business yesterday stood at $10.1,200,104.
The day's withdrawals were $653,b00.
AH the gold due under tbe last bond
issue has now been paid into the Treasury.
It amounted to 5111,365,612.07, of which
$100,000,000 was principal, $11,166,246
premium, and $189,365 Interest.
Of the total sum $65,642,667.91 was
paid Into the sub-Treasury at New York,
$14,078,791.71 at other sub-treasuries,
and $31,634,152.45 in national bank de
positories. 8ince January 6, the date when
bids for the last bond Issue were Invited,
there has been withdrawn from the Treas
ury $77,339,339 in gold as follows; For
export, $34,643,798; not Tor export, $40,
088,282; Jewellers bars, $2,607,259.
THEIR FIRST ANNIVERSARY.
Kolgbts of MaltaiEntertalned a Host
of J Friends.
Capital City Coramandery, No. 169, A.
and J. O. ot theJRnights of Malta, cele
brated their rirst anniversary last eTenlng
at Masonic Temple "with a complimentary
The nrojrram of ithe evening consisted
ot musical and literary selections, all of
which were renoerca in nne style, tse
'iides the local talent who contributed so
much to the enjojtracnt of the evening,
Mr. n. W. Stoecktt, the zither player,
and Mr. C. 11. Edmonds, of Philadelphia,
The others wko itook part were: Miss
Gertrude Dana, te Jfleat Mandolin Quartet,
M. F-O'Donoglme.iKrvZs W. Alderman,
Ueorge D. Scott.tiMim Flora Bbinn, H- W.
Wel-er. M. Wrbrl. Profs. Meycr-Teeg and
Srtwlz, M. O. Spriu. .
an i niBLnlnzc
Good Beed Seat Sewing
Largo Hardwood Arm
Beautiful large Rattan
Seat-Arm Rocker. 80c
Massive Hardwood Rock
er. .: 1.2S
Beautiful Mahogany Fin
ish Rocker 43.0O
lK-qt. enameled Iron'Ber-
lln eaucenot. covered ..
3-qt.enameled iron sauce
4 qt.enameled iron sauce
pan , aic
SK'Qt. enameled iron
6-qt. enameled iron
saucepan , 26c
10-plece fine China toilet
2-burner full - nickeled
gas stove 1.00
5-Durner full - nickeled
gas stove 2.75
Extension Table Dept.
Oak extension table, 6 ft. 3.50
Very heavy oak exten-
eion table 4.50
Handsomely carved oak
extension table 0.50
Massive oak extension ta
Bookcase and Desk Dept.
Good oak book shelf. $5.00
A gem of combination
case desk and book
case combined 10.50
Very handsome combina
tion case 18.50
Beautiful mahogany fin
ish combination case.. . . 22.50
Make your nmtn-ecment. now
for Cota for the Christian En
deavor Convention. We can serve
Folding Bed Department.
Good upright folding bed 7.50
Oak chiffonier folding bed 12.00
Handsome oak chiffonier
folding bed 14.50
Very handsome wardrobe
folding bed, 18x40 g.ass 31.00
Hall Rack Department.
Good oak hall rack,
French plate glass 4.85
Large oak hall rack 7.50
Extra good oak hall rack 12.50
Fine large Bize oak hall
Extra fine large hall rack 22.50
41 5 7th St.
E. M. Dyren forth with
Everything goes at half
OUR ONLY STORE.
68 (( u
85 lift !
16c tut m
BAD FOR DICKSON.
Graver Charges Hanging Over Him
Ttiun He Knows.
William Dickson, the young colored man
who was arrested by Detectives Boyd and
Bclan, Tuesday, while trying to pick the
pockets of an aged woman, on Louisiana
avenue.is having his criminal record looked
Yesterday Judge Miller sent Dickson to
the chain gjng for three mqptbs. The
detectives say there is n suspended sen
tence for larceny from the person banging
over the prisoner. If such is proven to be
true, Dickson will be arraigned in tho
criminal court, and sent "over the road"
VERDICT FOR MR. CURHEN.
He Obtulns Judgment Against Saloon
Mr. Charles E. Miller, who conducts a
saloon at No. 937 D street, was sued yes
terday afternoon before Justice Strider
by Mr. Elliot Curren for-tbe sum of $25.
Mr. Curren claims that he loaned the
money to Mr. Miller to pay necessary ex
penses toward conducting bis saloon. After
listening to the evidence Justice Strider
gave Judgment against Mr. Miller for the
Saturday and Sunday Trips to the
Commencing Saturday. May 30. and con
tinuing until further notice, the B.iO. R.R.
Oo. will sell excursion tickets, at rate or one
fare for the round trip, for regular trains
of Saturday and Sunday, to points on the
Metropolitan Branch and Main Line be
tween Washington. Harper's Ferry and
Cbarlestown. and to points on the Wash
ington branch between Washington and
Property offered for sale or'rcnt by Tb"
Times Seal Estate Bureau have tbe prices
onoted br the owners.
1226 F St.
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL SALE! t.
At Both of Onr Stores, fc
1226 F St. and The Rink, 1310 New York Ave. fe
CASH OR CREDIT. fc
SPECIAL THIS WEEK.
The Julius Lansbunrh
1226 F St. and the Rink. 1310 New York Ave.
Our er&it Rcml-Annual Clearance Sae of
all SUMMEIl UGUTWUIUHT CLOTH
ING is In fu'l swing. We bare bail a pood
season and can afford to sacrifice tue balance
of the stock in order to close it out quickly at
tbe tremendous reduction of
50 cts. on the Dollar
This Pale includes all onr high-grade Sails
in FINK CLAY WOKSTEDS, CA8SI
MEBKS. TWEEDS domestiu and import
ed BLUE and BLACK SEKGES, DI
AGONALS, eta, etc.in Dress Suit9. Busi
ness Suits, Lounge Suiti, Single and Don-ble-Breatted
Coats and Sepjr ate Trousers
in very gr. at Tjrlefy. .
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
The trcmendms v rlpty of thl grand
(tick meant that tbli xslll be the Greatest
Cli thing Sale of the season. Bargains ate
almo.'t nnl.eird of. vr haTe wesien
Fine Clcthizg to extraordinarily cheap.
$8 Suits are now $4.00
$10 Suits arc now $5.00
$12 Suits are now $6.00
$15 Suits are now $T.50
$20 Suits arc now $1 O.OO
$25 Suits are now $1 2.50
All Boys' and Children's Clothing-
at Half Price.
Hew York Clotting House,
3U SEVENTH STREET N. W.
How many women say:
"the oven was contrary to
day, my bread was a failure,
and the cakes are unfit to
MADAM, let us suggest that
next time, even in tbe earns
oven, and you'll have nice,
white, sweet bread and
tempting, flaky cakes.
U'S ALL IN THE FL0DB
L. H. WIEMAN,
216 10th St. N. W.
The best housekeepers In tie
-RQmneT time cook with coke.
They rind it more economical to do
so. Besides it gives out but little
heat thus making it an Ideal
summer fuel. Try It,
40 bushels (unrrushed) JZ90 -
40 bushels (crushed) S3.70
Washington Gaslight Co.,
413 Tenth Street X. Vt"., or
WM. J. ZEH,
OSG I." Street, ft. W. 'I'hone 470.
If you've got jour eyes
open for a good Piano,-
buying chance you'll recog-
nize the value of our
Remodeling Sale bargains : ?
400 Klmbill Piano, SS97.SO
S3S0 Hlnze Plana, 8373 OO Y
273 standard Tlano, 8219 SO ?
Steamship tickets via all lines to all 0
parts of the world. Passenger
ticket agents C O. R. K.
1 1 10 F Street N. W. f
State where yon can make
one errand of all your
home-keeping nsedt and
that's here. This is the
only complete Home -Furnishing
jthii city and the largest
one south of Ntw York.
A little experience with
ns and onr methods 'II soon
coivincs yon that we will
do better for yon than any
We know onr prices are
lowei. onr values best
onr terms easiest, and
"YOU! CREDIT IS GOOD.
WnatnWe conld yon want!
House & HetTiminn,
N. K. Cor. 7ih and ri Streets.
1310 W. Y. Ave. fc
$6,00 Oak Dining Table N
This 6-foot Oak Exten
sion TABLE during tils
week's SPECIAL SALE, at
BOTH STORES, ONLY
Cash or Credit.
SPECIAL reductions this
week in PARLOR, CHAMBER
and DINING-ROOM HJRM
TORE, CARPETS, MATIIKGS,
UPHOLSTERY GOODS, LACE
CURTAINS, WALL PAPER,
and Carpet Co.
VICTOR E ADLEO
923, 925, 927, 92? X
Seventh street K. W.
LAST DAYS OF
The Last Days Are the Best.
It Is amujlnj. tn say the least of it. to note
the frantic efforts of other clothiers to hit
upon some scheme or device to distract tha
attention of TJ1E PKOPLE from this, the
Greatest of All Clotls Sales.
Wo haven't a donot that ALL THE PEO PLC
enjoy the discomfiture of these highly respect,
able gentlemen as lunch as wo do yet cannot
bnt admire thir inveuUre cenlus and skill in
devising wars and means thonch ineffect
ual M stay tha tide of humanity flowtnz la
Bnt they caut do Ir.-roa know.
For the reanons givm below.
Full Suits, 2 styles $3.50
Full Suits, 2 styles 3.98
Full Suits, 6 styles 5.00
Full Suits, 4 styles 6.50
Full Suits, 14 styles 7.50
Full Suits, 8 styles 8.75
Full Suits, 27 styles 10.00
8123, S1.50, 81.75. 81.87, 82, 83.31
83 78, 83 87.
Those that WERE J7.7 ADC DflUJ C
S7.A it, mlts. S6.M. ta, Ant nUif 3a
Three-piece Baits. Long Pants, skes U (Jl) (IB
to 19 years, from $&,30
Those at $3.50, U. SUtt, U75. and 5 ara all
Two-piece Soits S!z-s 4 to 15 year3 Ctn
Those at Jf are one-half wool. Those at fi
tl50. 2.73. and St are all wool.
KNEE PAXTS sizes I to 15 years 10n
KNEE PANTS Navy Blue, all wool... 25c
KNEE PANTS Everlasting Corduroys 50c
Do not let these chances like sunbeanu pass
Lorner ) one price to all.
Office Coats, 33 cents. On saTo every morn
lne; from 7 to 10 o'c'ock.
1 A Few I
8 From i
Regular 75c Black Dongola Oxfords,
with patent tip opera toe JQa
Regular SI.25Bl:ck or Tan Oxfords
opera and common sense 7 PC1
toes only I vJV
inViciKid all width-r-only OU
Regular JI.SSMIsses' strap Sandals In
Black and Tan jood quail- 7c.
ty only I JKr
MEN'S SHOES. S
0 Regular SI.W Black Satin Calf Bals. Jj
Jj and ongre.s Slioe In opera Qfin fi
Sand globe toes only ?Ob S
Regular 12 Pnssla Tan Balmorals fit
I? fine quality In nccdl e MO 0
! and opera shapes oaly VlstO g
J2 Regular S3 and S3.W Fine RussU Tan K
andVlci Kid Balmorals in every stylo S
J, and popular shape 0 AQ. S
8 STOLJJS" I
"810" 7th St. 8
Cnorial all.thls week
OUCtldl at my stands;
Best Elgin Butter,
Center, Rice and
Children's Salts worth iLSO. $2.03
j and SJL50 now
T 50c, 75c and $1.00.
9 Children's Washable Snlts 39"!
A Serire Coats (all wool) S2.9S
Duck Pants .......M7oC
EARNER & CO.,0 ""'"'"
NE. Comer 7th and II sts. NV-