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THE MOBNING TIMESr'BATUEKA.T, JUNE 20, 1898.
We've been the cause of it! Allother clothing sales sink into insignificance when compared with the wholesale slaughter going on here. Our firm dissolves July 15. Hr. E. M.
Dyrenforth, junior partner, withdraws his interest on thisdate, andaCASH settlement is imperative. The sale is now at fever heat! Don't-take any chances get your suit today!
0ur Entire Stock of Hen's Summer Suits and Trousers-
J0pen Till 11 o'clock Tonight.
Open Till 11 o'clock Tonight.
AT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
$2.00 for all $4 qualities.
$2.50 for all $5 qualities.
$3.00 for all $6 qualities.
$4.00 for all $8 qualities.
$4.50 for all $9 qualities.
M. DYRENFORTH &
Onr crcat Seml-Annual Clearance Sale of
all SOMMEU LIGHTWEIGHT CLOTH
ING is in fu.l Bins. Wo have hal a Rood
teasnn and can afford to sacrifice the balance
of the stock In order to rlose it out quicil at
the tremeudous reduction of
50 cts. on the Dollar
This solo includes all our high-grade Suits
In FIXE CLAY WOKSTXDfa, CASSI
MERES, TWEEDS domestic and import
ed 11LUE and BLACK SEUGES, DI
AGONALS, etc, etc.in Dress Suits, Bust,
nes Suits Lounge SnlN, Sinele and Dou-fcle-Breu'ted
Coats and Scp.tr ate Trousers
la iery grat varl-:ty.
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
The tremend us T.irlety of thJ grand
Uick means Hut this w 111 be the Greatest
CI thing Sale of the Beason. Bargjlns are
elmoi-t unheird of. NeTjr have wesscn
FIno Clothing so extraordinarily cheap.
. $8 Suits are now $4.00
S10 Suits are now $5.00
12 Suits are now $6.00
$15 Suits are now $7.50
$20 Suits are now $1 0.00
$25 Suits are now $1 2.50
All Boys' and Children's Clothing-
at Half Price.
Hew York Clothing House,
311 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
22c. lb. Fresh
doz. at my 3
. stands, Cen
mil - e-.
Vr.nd K St.
Out mottoes and at
tempt to ape our policy.
But they can't match our
qualities nor our prices
nor our complete serv
ice. And those are the
three things that make us
so popular with you.
Here you may be uure
"T0u CREDIT 15 GOOD."
House & Herrmann,
j. . Cor.llU and I Streets.
For Suits that were $8.00.
Splendid assortment of Cas
simeres and Cheviots in
plain and mixed colors. All
For alf $10.00 Suits Che
viots, Cassimeres, Wors
steds, &c. in gray, black,
blue and fancy effects. Per
For your choice of any Suit
marked $15.00. Sacks and
Cutaways, in gray, blue and
black serge, mixed cheviots,
&c. Colors guaranteed.
Is at Its height. Never before were such reputable bar
gains offered. Not only In House Furnishings, but our
CLOTHING DEPARTMENT for MEN and CHILDREN enters
Into the same scale of REBUILDING PRICES. Nobby Suits
In all the leading styles are yours to select from, at unheard
of prices you to choose CASH or CREDIT.
w"l jf If 1 Such as never heard of
AT T""T ' ' before in this city.
I Men's All-wool Salts tiM I Q 111010
Men's Fine BluoKeree Suits.... I8.SU I .rl I I IT I X
' 'M MATTINGS, I
till) BABY CARRIAGES, f
MA REFRIGERATORS, I
. W. GOODS, ETC.
(h Men's Flue Fancy Worsted Dress M
I cad'SAiUwoorkeVYotsuit.: &s Our Terms to Suit You f
ICASH OR CREDIT.I
I Mayer & Pettit,
f RELIABLE OUTFITTERS, f
415 Seventh Street Northwest. 2
Open until 10:30 Clothing: Department, 0
X Saturday evening:. 2d floor annex. X
For a $100 Bicycle and a glass of
Ico Cream 8oda af THO&. K.-
8HAWysVCorneri7lh and I.
MAYER & PETTIT,
Cash or Credit.
THE HARDEST THIS BSsT
The Kind of Dissolution that Dissolves!
Intense Interest Aroused in
the School-Teacher's Case. A
PARENTS .TAKE A.HAND.
Some of Them Are Strong Partisans
of the Principal and Want Blm .Re
turned ConfllctliiK Statements us
to Charges Position of the School
Ex-Mayor M.O. Emery accompanied Prof.
81tes, principal of Hie Eastern Uigli Scliool,
to the District building yesterday after
noon, and together held a consultation
with Commissioner Boss respecting the
tiireatenedremoralof tlie prof esaor from his
pcoltiou at the head of the school. -.
Both Mr. Emery and Prof. Bites declined
to state what had passed between them
selves and Mr. Ross.
Much interest and some excitement con
tinues to be manifested over the pro
posed retirement of Prur. Sites. Most of
those who bate expressed themselves pub
licly regarding the matter bate been
ardent advocates of the retention of Prof.
Sites, and many proofs of lift fitness for
the place, both as an instructor and as
an executive, have been brought forward.
The members of the committee on high
schools, In charge of the case, have not
been Insensible to this public sentiment and
have delayed a report to the board of
trustees in order to give Prof. Bites' friends
a full opportunity to be beard and to bring
all the facts in their possession to the
support of his cause. The next meeting
of the board of trustees will be held en
June 30, and'tben, it not sooner, final
action, it is expected, will be taken.
Members ot'tbe committee have ftated
that there are no charges against Prof.
Bites. They have gnen blm credit for
ample information and high ability as a
teacher and have recognized his high char
acter hs a gentleman.
On the other hand, they have said that,
upon nn investigation, conducted by them
selves, without calling upon any outside
source, they have found the Eastern school
la an unsatisfactory condition, owing to a
deficiency of tact, of ordinary common
sense and executive ability on the part of
QUESTION OH MANAGEMENT.
Bev. W. E. Parson, of the Church of the
Reformation, lias been Involved In the
controversy through what he considers
to be injudicious management of his boy
Artley Parson, and Miss Bhlpman, the
Latin teacher at the school, has come
forwaid to show that the boy has a pcor
record and was dealt with very leniently.
Dr. Parson has put himself In the posi
tion of saying that charges were made by
tlie committee against Mr. Bites, and Mr.
N. N. McCultougli, of the same neighbor
hood, has mode the point that the com
mittee have specifically denied that any
charges have been, brought forward.
Mr. Barnabas Bryan, of Anaccstla, who
has four sons to go through the school,
points to the perfectly satisfactory manner
in which two of nisfchlldren. already grad
uated! have been managed, and asks that
Prof. Bites be retained, to have charge of
the other four.
A committee fre.ni a meeting at the homo
of Mr. W. Peartwn No. 226 rifth stree
southeast, has gone to the high school
committee to urge: 'that Prof. Bites be
retained, and .from the committee to Com
missioner Boss, nly to be referred back
to the committee J
Chairman Whtyplerof the committee, has
What Is ;
been reported as saying that the com
mittee would not recede from its position,
ecnif ninety per cent of the parents would
ask it: but Mr. Wbilpley himself says tlijt
the cuwimiltee has made no report uud
cannot say ceu wbut that report win Le
till the time comes to make it.
SO APPLICATION MADE.
It has been stated that an asslMaDtunder
Dr. Lane, at the Central nigh School, Is
slated for the position, but members of the
committee declare ttlatthe know nothing
of such amOemcnt. No applications for
the position lae been received.
It Is frctly asserted by Prof. Sites'
friends that bis firm stand in favor of
makingtue Eastern school tbe equal of
the Central has led to conflict with other
school officials, and that from this has
sprung the notion tbat be Is proud, co'd
Supt. Powell, It Is alleged, has found
Prof. Sites too independent In bis wajs
and disposed to follow his own methods
rather tban yield to bis Judgment.
Both sides are active In bringing every
force to bear to determine tbe character of
the committee's report to the full Loard.
It is said a committee of Prof. Sites' friends
on Capitol Dill have asked tbat a special
meeting of tbe board of trustees be
-recalled within a few days to consider the
THREE TV-ILLS FILED.
Estates All Go to tbe Immediate
Families of Deceased.
By the will of Jcel Wise, filed for probate
yesterday, tbe deceased leaves his entire
estate to tbe widow, Mary J. Wise, who Is
named as executrix. The paper bears date
of December 9. 1895.
Wllhara J. Moberley's will was dated
April" 13. 1895. It leaves the entire estate
to James W. Moberley . a son , and nominates
Mary C. McGlll executrix.
The entire estate of the late Amanda
Cox Is left to her daughter. Alice C. Cox, by
villi dated December 12. 1883, and filed
for probate yesterday.
Army aul Navy Orders.
Army Orders have been issued as follows:
Boards Af-ot fleers have been appointed
to meet 6t Fort Adams, R. I.; Fort Mon
roe, Va ,and the Presidio or San Francisco
to select sites for the Lewis fcange-finders-First
Lieut. J. 8. Winn. Second Cavalry,
has been relieved from duty at West Point
at his own request, and directed to join his
Second Lieut. J. W.Jones, Fifth Artillery,
has been ordered to duty at West Point.
The following Iaval orders have been
Issued: Passed Assistant Paymaster T. S.
Jewelt detached from tbe Navy raid,
Norfolk, Va., und ordered to the Navy De
partment. Passed Assistant Engineer T.
F. Burgdorff ordered to duty In connection
with the Oregon. Lieut. F. H. Holmes
office, Boston, June 23.
Baseball at a Picnic.
The annual picnic of Grace Reformed
Cburcb was beldatChevyCliaseLake Thurs
day. Tbe yodng folks enjoyed themselves
in a general way until 4 o'clock, when a
prize game of baseball was played by tbe
Young Apples of the Sunday-school and a
teatn from Wa "hi ngton. Tbegamewnswon
by the former by a score of 4 to 0. The
feature of tbe game was tbe work of Slater
and Firor, the battery for the Apples.
Exposition in Guatemala.
The State Department ban been Informed
by D. L. Pringle, United States consul gen
eral at Guatemala City, tbatthegovernment
of Guatemala has determined to hold an
international exposition. It will be opened
March IB, 1897, and will close on July 15
following. The parts of tbe main building
wercbrougbtfrom FranccandFrench work
men are now putting them together.
W. C. Newton & Co., dealers In printers'
machinery and supplies, 622 and 624 D
street northwest, have leased tbe building
formerly occupied by J. C. Addison, 629
Louisiana avenue northwest, and are plac
ing in posltlOD a large amount of machinery
to conduct their own electrotype foundry.
Not a garment reserved. This entire stock
will be sacrificed.
621 Pennsylvania Ave. N. W.
Under fletropolitan Hotel. Our Only 5 tore.
m iffi iti i i kJSL
q 1226 F St.
! TUI0 UfCCt'O
I IIIO lILLii u CrLulnL UilLki
At Both ot Our Stores,
1226 F St. and The Rink, 13 10 New York Ave.
CASH OR CREDIT.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK.
The Julius Lansburgh
Furniture and Carpet Co.
1226 F St. and the Rink, 13 10 New York Ave.
AT WASHINGTON'S BARGAIN CENTEK!
Men's $6 Suits at $3
Men's $8 Suits at $4
Men's $1 0 Suits at $5
Men's $12 Suits at $6
Men's $16 Suits at $8
Men's $20 Suits at $10
A GENUINE HALF-PRICE SALE
H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO.,
Cor. 9th and E Sts.
i MIRRORS RESILVERED
Ours Is tlio oiflTplant In Washington 3
where you can hare your mirrors re- 3
silrerei We employ exports ou'y, 3
and guarantee satisfaction. 3
WI5B0W ADD FLATE GLASS. a
Onr slock Is complete In erery cle- 3
tail. Prompt work lowest prices. 3
ICHAS. E. HODGKIN,
ItaeSf "3 Tth St. K. W. 3
I THE BUSY) STORE. u VSv.
For all $20 Suits Clay
Diagonals, Fancy Wor
steds, Belgian Serges, &c.
all cut in the prevailing
For all $25 Suits high
grade Worsteds. Clay Di
agonals and Imported
For the very finest Suits
in our stock. Regular mer
chant tailor patterns. Fit
and durability guaranteed.
an nn an gl nri rTi ffi A A ,
1310 N. Y. Ave.
$6,03 Oak Dining Table
This 6-foot Oak Exten
sion TABLE during- tnls
week's SPECIAL SALE, at
BOTH STORES, ONLY
Cash or Credit.
SPECIAL reductions this
week In PARLOR, CHAMBER
and DINIKG-R00M fURHI
T0RE, CARPETS, MATTINGS,
UPHOLSTERY GOODS, LACE
CURTAINS, WALL PAPER,
FRIEDLANDER'S BUSY CORNER.
Men's $5 Pants $2.50
Men's $4 Pants S2.00
Men's $2 Pants $1 .00
Men's $1 Alpaca Coats .50
Men's SOcinea Coats .25
on the Same Basis.
The Busy Corner.
As a leader we will sell, for ssv.n
cents a box, 1.0W boxes of TOILKT
SOAP, each box containing three
Johnstons, 729 7th St.
And Electric Lights for Little Money.
JOHN R. GALLOWAY'S,
SO 10lh St. N. W. fhone 280.
'STltli vis -si