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TEE MOKJSTINQ TIMJS,.'. AIQNPAY. IMAHPTI 22, 189T
"Weather now, aud the proper
Coals are here. A complete slock
of them, not merely a sample
lino, !)!!Ui! sizes in all st3'les
and all qualities.
Birys a Tip Top One, made
from genuine Covert Cloth, cut
the correct length, well tailored
and perfect fitting-. It's a $10
coat everywhere else in town.
Others at $10, 12.50, $15, $18,
$20 and $25, aud all from $2.50
to $5.00 less than same qualities
can be obtained for elsewhere.
Spring Hats (Derbys and
Fedoras) at a saving of $1 to $2
from hat store prices.
New shades and shapes in
Neckwear. 50c here, 75c else
where. 12th and FSts. N.W.
CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES
"hk ,i, ... ..
1-4..I. 4 '".li
This cozy cottage, with 7 looms and
bath, on a lot OOx'OO feet, can be bought
by an immediate purchaser lor only $1 ,5U0
Its value is $3,500 it is situated in the
ideal subdiMMon known as Lakeland, Md
7 miles from AWishingtou, on B & O. R. K.
ir lias eranda-s, handsome mantels, nicely
papered, arlisian well water, and out
buildings; all enclosed by a jacket lence.
3t is three blocks f i-.nn station, commutation
tickets to Washington, G 1 -4 cents For
particulars apply to EDWIN A NEWMAN,
fill 7th st nw it
BONA FIDE CIRCULATION,
The circulation of The Times for
the week ended March 19, 1807,
wus ns follows:
Saturday, JMarcli 13 38.17G
Sunday, March 14 24,150
Monday, March 13 43,130
Tuesday, March 10 37,500
"Wednesday, March 17 38,102
Thursday, March 18 40,274
Friday, March 10 30.15S
Total copies printed.... 280,700
Less damaged copies, eopies
unsold in office and copies
returned from news
Mauds aud branch offices. 10,150
1 hereby certify that the ubuve
Ik n correct statement of circula
tion for the week ended March 19,
1807. WILLIAM P. LEECH,
Manager of Circulation.
Advertisers are cordially invited
to visit on r press and mailing rooms
at all times and verify the above
The annual meeting of the congregation
of the Eastern Presbyterian Church will be
held on April 1.
The convention or the Christian Alliance
or New York will be held at the Eabteru
Prebbyterian Church, April 6 and 7.
A reception will be tendered the pastor
or the Fifteenth Street M. E. Church on
next Friday evening, by the members of
Alice Bean, colored, jvas arrested yes
terday morning by Policeman Als, upon
a warrant sworn out by Alice Queenan,
also colored, chaiging her with stealing
some clothing. She ib in jail.
Robert McCourtncy, an employe of the
Postal Telegraph Company, while riding
a bicycle on Pennsylvania avenue, col
lided with a cable car going at full speed
on Seventh street. The young man was
canied about twenty feet in the fender.
Injuries not serious.
Airs. Thompson, an eldeily white lady,
Jviug at Thirteenth and W streets north
west, while attempting to cross Seventh
itreet, on Pennsylvania avenue, about 7
o'clock last night, was struck by car No.
222. on the Georgetown line. She was
partially stunned for a Tew minutes, but
her injuries were not serious.
J. V. N. Huyck, 1505 Pennsylvania
avenue, has a large bum. of money to
"loan at a Jow rate of interest. See ad
fj J5Case of 24 pints onlv Si
s " S
To aid digestion, tone g
up the stomach and pro- tf
mote good chear the $
WrQliirio-frrl Hrflwonr (S
V Co.'s famous "Cham-
S pag-ue Lager" It's 8
sparkling as its narns- g
sake, " '
RUBY LAGER" I
..., . . AA..
-Is the Beer for nursing e
S mothers, convalescents
g and all who require a g
tn tonic. It makes the tt
S weak strong the thin $
& fat. Both are pure 2
'? and satisfying. . a
J? esrCao of 24 pints drllveroit in gt
?2 unlettered wagons tunny ndilrchS for J
fi St. Drop iostalci telephone. a
H Washington Brewery Co.. S
If 4th and F Sts. IT. E. 'Phone 1293. 5
mm u W ill wm
1M 5Tf??Lfas (jjW
ST 60 INTO POLITICS
Mr. Barnes Says This Is What
Trades Unions Should Do.
CRITICISES MR. GOMPERS
Tlio riillndelphin Socialist Talks
to u I-tirge Audience About "Old
nnd New Trades Unionism" He
Denounces Many Labor Leaders
ni "FaUJr.s" Needs of the Future.
A large audience, composed of Knights
of Labor, trades unionists, socialists nnd
singlc-taxers, assembled at the Labor Bu
reau yesterday afternoon to hear Air.
J. Malilon Barnes, of Philadelphia, lec
ture on "Old and New Trades Unionism."
The meeting was presided over by Air.
Arthur Keep, the president of the Wash
ington branch of the social labor party.
After giving a brief history of the
origin of trades unionism, Air. Barnes di
rected his argument to prove the incom
petency and untrubtnvorthincss of many
exponents of trades union principles. These
he characterized as "fakirs," who brought
indictment against themselves when they
did as President Gompers, of the American
Federation of Labor, did at Philadelphia,
when he appealed to trades unionists not
to introduce politics into the movement.
"In what other way, or through what
other means," Air. Barnes asked, "will
the wage-earners of the country ever suc
ceed in bettering their conditions?"
lie argued that the policy or any political
party affected all workingmen alike, and
lor this icason they should all belong to
"The exponents of old line trades union
ism,' Air. Barnes said, "advocate the 'boy
cott and strike' as the weapons for the en
franchisement of the toiling masses. These
are powerful weapons, and the social'sts
admit it, but favor supplementing them
with one 6till more powei fill the freed
men's ballot. The socialists are having a
hard fight with the capitalists on the
one side and the "fakirs' on the other, but
will, the al.1 of the intelligent ballot of
the honest workmen they will win in the
Air. Barnes then discussed the effect 'he
Intioduction of machinery was having on
all Hades and craft. "It has,'' he said,
"a wonderful levelling influence on all
classes; it places the aristocrat and la
borer on the same plane and brings them '
together at the same free soup bowl "
"The socialists have repeatedly asked
trades unionists for the remedy and their
silence convicts them of incompetency "
Air Barnes also pointed out the un
faithfulness of labor' leaders by showing
that during one election they will sup
port Republican protection, and at the
next Democratic free trade. The trades
unionists may call socialists dreamers, but
until they cnu demonstrate the practi
cability of their schemes and theories
they must content themselves with a place
in the back ranks
A AIYSTEHIOrS DISAPlMiAKANCIi.
Left Home to Attend the Inmiciirn!
and Hu. Not Upturned.
William 0. Miles, of Birmingham, Ala., is
; supposed to have been lost in the
shuffle during the inauguration ceremonies
"Whether he ever l cached Washington or
not has not been established, but it is
known that on the 1st of -March he lelt
ids home in Birmingham with the inten
tion of coming here to participate in the
Since leaving home all traces of Mr.
Miles have been lost by his friends and
family, he having failed to communicate
with them. A few days ago -Mr. "W. YV
Dudley, of the firm of Dudley & Michener,
attorneys, received the following letter
from his wife, Mrs. Emma F. Miles, No
127 1-2 South Twentieth street, Birming
ham , Ala.:
"Dear Sir- Mr. William C. 'Miles went to
Washington to attend the inaugural, and
I have not heard from him since, and 1
am very uneasy for fear he ib sick. Has
such a man called on you-if so, write and
Mr. Dudley, it is understood, has used
every possible means of ideating the miss
ing man or finding out anything of his
movements since he left home. His
efforts, however, have been without suc
cess and Mr. Miles' whereabouts still re
main enveloped in mystery.
STRUCK WITH A BRICK.
Colored Men nnd "Women Engage
in n Saloon Uriiwl.
Aaron Green, William Diggs, Ida John
son, Albert Sininis, nnd William Stewart,
all colored, were arrested early yesterday
morning by Policeman Smith and Special
Officer Anderson, and locked up in the
Anacostia substation, on the charge of
All the prisoncrb were under the influ
ence of liquor and engaged in a free-for-all
fight, caused by a threat made by one or
them to inform the police aud have the
saloon of Louis Stewart raided as a speak
easy, in whobe place the row took place.
Aaron Green was struck on the head
during the fight by a brick thrown by
William Stewart and severely injured.
The case will be disposed of this morn
ing in court.
DESEHTED HIS CHILDREN.
Alcohol Causes John Pallas to For
get Iloine nnd Family.
Agent Parkman, of the Board of Chil
dren's Guardians, has taken charge of
the five children of John Pallas, of Xo.
G05 Seventh street southwett. Pallas Is
a widower, and his children two boys and
three girls, the eldest but fourteen and the
youngest a baby of three years-have been
cared for by his housekeeper. Up to a
short time ago Pallas was employed ab a
plate printer in the Bureau of Engriving
and Printing, and earned $150 per month.
About tbice weeks ago he went upon a
protracted spree. This caused him to lobe
his job, and as a comeouence the family
were left in destitute circumstances, and
the little ones have received no care or
attention. Neighbors complained to the au
thorities, and until the children can again
be provided for by the father they will be
under the supervision of the Board of Chil
Statement From Mr. Broyn.
To the Editor of The Times:
My attention has been called to a re
port in your paper, wherein you state that
while crazy drunk after days of debauch
I took iodine to end my career. I beg to
say I took no iodine, nor was I crazy
drunk, and although an ambulance was
called by some meddlesome person, I
naturally resented the appearance of it
and a doctor whom I at once ordered to
quit my premises.
I have resided here fifteen- years and
have always borne the character of on
industrious and sober man, and I am of
the opinion you should do me the justice
cf publishing this denial.
G. B. BROWN,
Washington, D. C, March 21.
FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS
Keal Quality ami
grade goods cannot bo
and nowhere else will
This Alngniflcent Parlor "Suite, very handsome, frame upholstered In fine silk
tapestry; 5 large pieces; one of the greatest bargains ever offcied. Worth
$35.00. On this extraordlnaiy purchase our price Is only
A fine Onk Extension Table,
well finished; a great bargain..
CASH OR CREDIT I MAYER 8c PETTIT, -4-15-i-iT Seventh Street,
GREATEST WORK OF ALL
Sermon of Rev. 31. J. Cramer
The Conversion of a Soul More Itn-
nortiint Than tlio Wo riling
of u Miracle.
The pulpit of Kyland Church, Tenth and
D streets southwest, was yesterday morn
ing occupied by one of the best pulpit
'orators of the East, Rev. M. J. Cramer,
D. D., of East Orange, N. J. It is ln
teer&tlng to note that Dr. Cramer is
Quite prominent In diplomatic circles.
He was for eleven years United States
minister to Denmark, and was also United
States minister at Berne, Switzerland, for
five years. He was a warm personal
friend of Gen. Grant, having mairlcd the
youngest sibter of the latter. A large
audience heard Dr. Cramer preach. Ilia
text was, Ephesians xivl2. He said:
"In considering the text, three ques
tions are presented. First, What does
comparison imply? Is it a comparison
between the miraculous works of Christ
and Ills diseipleb? It cannot be, because
our Lord pci formed miracles such as no
other human beings ever did.
"Second, is it a comparison between
the spiritual works or Christ and those
pf his desciples? It cannot be, because
only lie says, 'I am the truth,' and He
taught new spiritual doctrines never be
fore known. It must be between the
miraculous works as such and the spiritual
works as such. Our Lord's life on earth
was to the desciples' minds characterized
more by the miraculous than the spiritual,
and He meant" to sny that if they truly
believe in him they shall perform spiritual
works which are even greater than miracu
"Three thoughts arc suggested by the
text: First, that the conversion of a soul
is a greater work than the performance
of. a miracle, because it is performed in
a higher sphere. Miracles are performed
upon outward nature; spiritual works are
performed upon spiritor soul. It is greater,
secondly, because It is a work whose
effects are lasting, or permanent, while
the effects of a miracle pass away; thirdly,
the conversion of a toul is greater be
cause it requires a higher power of God,
which is His love manifested in the girt
of His son, of His spirit, of His word,
and of the church.
"The second thought suggested by the
text is that true faith in Clnist (pialifith
any believer for the performance of his
spiritual work. This faith requires the be
lief in three things: first, in the efficacy
and universality of Chiist's atonement;
secondly, faith In the adaptability of the
Bible to rightly influence men; thirdly,
faith in the Holy Spirit to aid us in the
successful prosecution of these spiritual
"The third thought suggested by the
text is that the resurrection and ascension
of Christ are a guarantee of these works.
Christ ascended on high, fiist, to inter
cede for us, and, second, toobtain the gift
of the .Holy Spirit for us. Earnest, be
lieving prayer to God will bring the great
gift of the Holy Spirit to every believer cs
well as to the church univeisal.
"The greatness of the work which is
presented to the chuich, the conversion of
the world, is a greater work than .that
of any statesman, scientist or artist The
effect of theirs will sooner or later dis
appear in the flames of the final con
flagration, but the effects of the con
version of souls will continue through the
cycles of eternity.''
Dr. Cramer aud wife will attend the
unveiling of the Grant mounment, at Rlvcr-sidcr-N.
Y., April 27 next, upon the an
niversary or Gen. Grant's birth, and will
le.ve for New York about the middle of
tide week. They are now the guests of
Capt. Frank P. Gross and wife, who re
side at No. GOT T street northwest. Capt.
Gross is well known as adjuster of the
mint bureau, Treasury Department, and
his wife I s a warm friend of Mrs. Cramer, i
thej having attended college together.
Low I'rlce are two facta that Htnre one in the fnce from every side in this great store. It is nnother fact Hint similar
bought at similar figures- anywhere else. We invite you to satisfy yourseir by a careful Inspection or the goods and a
tn.ic tills ci.tim or ours is only the bare nnd simple truth. Our system of credit will tide over temporary Jack or runds,
such accommodating terms' be made. lou re very welcome to all the convenience th is f affords.
Very handsome Bedroom Suite, large
size, .Mahogany finish $22.50
Large enameled Iron Slop Jar 65c
Heavily carved Oak Bedroom Suite,
beveled plate glass S15.50
Durable Window Shades ia X"2c
b-.neee Parlor Suite, nicely up
(J-pt. enameled Iron Rice Boiler.. S5c
Brass and enameled Steel Beds.. $3.48
Carpets and Mattings.
Good, fancy Mntting 9c YD.
Heavy Ingrain Carpet 30c I'D.
Very heavy fancy Seamless. Matting,
Extra (luality Japanese Alatting,
22 l-2c lD.
Fine Brussels Carpet 6Gc YD.
Heavy Velvet Carpet OOc YD.
All Cm nets and .Mattings madcT laid
and lined free.
TDK HOtLYi CUUHCH.
The Sermon of Rev. Asa S. Fl.slie
at Guntou Memorial.
Bcv, .Asa S. Fiske, D. D., occupied the
pulpit at Guntou Meihorlnl Church yester
day. Ills theme waj the "Holy Church."
"We believe in thoHoly Catholic Church
because, firtt, It'is the' express creation
or Jesus Christ; His own establishment;
second, because it is an etenril monument
and witness to the Christ and His truth.
It exists and can only be accounted for
by the actual life, teachings, and work of
Christ; and, third, because it preserved
to the world the greater part of all woith
saving of the earlier civilizations, in litera
ture, history, law, and art; fourth, because
its preachings of immortality and conse
quent sacredness of individual rights has
made men 6acred, inviolable, and free;
fifth, because it lias brought to voui'and
to me eternal life; sixth, it alone gives
me hope for the weal and salvation of my
children; seventh, it gives me my only
chance for a hand in the work which is
to avail for the kingdom of God and the
welfare of man; eighth, it builds end fos
ters the spiritual life of its members
and brings the eternal rewards."
Christian Emleaviirers DihcusH That
Good citizenship aud the wajs of en
grafting it Into the character, especially
the character of the young, was discussed
from many standpoints at a mass meeting
held, last evening, at the Eastern Presby
terian Chuich, under the auspices of the
Good Citizenship Committee of the District
The meeting was presided over by Mis's
Gicquilois, of the Eastern Church Society,
and opened with congregational singing.
The first speaker was Mr. W. II. H.
Smith, who spoke on organization and
illustrated what it can accomplish by the
work of the committee of '9G, last sum
mer. What was done, he said, was iu
keeping with the Sciipturc, "not by might
or power, but by my Spirit."
Mr. Jesse Sutor, the secretary of the
Anti-Saloon League, spoke of the organ
ization of that society.
During the evening Mr. Swarlwoutgavc
several selections on the cornet.
The benediction was pronounced by Rev.
Dr. Easton, pastor of the church.
SERVICES AT ST. AUGUSTINE'S.
Army Chaplain Father Vnttmnnn
Sang the Late Mnstj.
The Rev. Father Vnttmnnn, United States
chaplain at Fort Sheridan, Chicago, sang
the late mass at St. Augustine's Church
yesterday. Besides, the local clergy there
were also present lAIgr. Stephan, of the
Indian Bureau, andJRcv. Lucieu Johnston,
of the Catholic University.
The Rev. Georgfe A. Dougherty, who
preached the sermon, made special appeal
for means to nsslstithc poor of the parish.
After the mass Col. R. E. A. Crofton,
jusf retired from the Army, called at the
rectory to .see hisi old and esteemed
friend, the Rev. Fnther Vattmann.
PEARLS FROM THE PULPIT
"The true knowledge of Christ Jesus
Is not historic information which hab iio
Influence on nation or man It is not
that a man must have some comprehen
sion of the Savior's coming.
"It is not the grusping or the idea of
the relations between man wiic 's lost,
and Christ coming to save him.
"Jt Is not the belier that Christ is rot
only our Savior, but is our only Savior.
"We may have nil this coniprehcn&Ion
and yet not have the true knowledge or
"The Hue knowledge is an experimental
knowledge of the redeeming and sancti
fying power of Christ.
"There Ik a personal and individual ex
perience in the true knowlcdgeor, Christ
Jesus." Ucv H. R. Naylor, at McKendrce
"Times are improving. Money is in
the market. Wages are better. Incomes
are enlarging. There is great demand
for products of all forts. In the distance
we can hear the grinding of our mills
MAYER & PJ5TTIT, Reliable Outfitters.
A substantial and neat Rattan Baby
Tine Rattan Baby Carriage. ...ST,SO
An Onlr Klf1olin.ini.
nicely carved, beveled
The best Couch ever made for the
money; full spring, nicely upholstered,
with fringe $4,48
nnd the thunder of our furnaces. The
very walls of our great factories are
trembling with the tremendous energy of
the busy machinery. All this means
something to the church. More money
will be a curse if, instead of making us
more liberal, it cultivates in us a spirit
of closeness. Here, then, is a grand
tebt." Rev. J. S. Lemon, at Church of
"Why is the picture of the repentant, dy
ing thief so vividly portrayed in the Bible?
Undoubtedly to recall us to the realization
that unless we are redeemed in Christ, we
are condemned, butif we repent, we bhall
be saved. Even as Christ pardoned the
thief on the cross and promised to fulfil
his hope of heaven, so shall we be par
doned. Just ns the thief cast his sin on
the Savior, so may we cast our bin on
the Savior and be forgiven.
"Jesus takes a man and washes him in
UIs precious blood, and takes him to be
with Him in Paradise. Here is a great
triumph or baving grace." Rev. J. H.
Elliott, at Ascension.
'Wisdom attains many things. To many
men political position Is the highest of per
sonal ambition. Tomany women the height
of ambition Is social position. To attain
these ends It is necessary that great per
sonal effort in the way of educational
preparation he made.
"It is a matter of record th.it, generally
hpeaking, a college graduate attains the
zenith of the icalizatlon of hib ambition
much earlier than is the case with the seir
"College education develops tlio brain nnd
enables a man in many cases to do what a
self-made man would be unable to do.
College education is wlEdoni, and yet uot
necessarily understanding, as meant In
the text, 'Therefore, get understanding,'
"This is not obtained in secular col
leges, but In colleges endowed and con
trolled on Christian principles only." Rev.
Dr. Ray, at New York Avenue Presby
"Finding truth everywhere; perceiving
that it is the mainspring, the guide, the
controlling agency and influence in the
universe; thatit is the essence of all things
and governs all events, we arc able to
look with complacency on a scene which
in itself is far from perfect; in which Is
much of suffering, injustice, defective and
even wrong. For we can say with assur
ance to our hearts that allmustissue well,
that all is actually as well as could be,
that present defects arc destined to be
supplied, evils to be corrected and ills
done away with.
"The ide.il is to be obtained, the king
dom of God is to come. And as we can
say this of the whole we can also say it
of each individual part.
"It has in the veracious quality of the
universe a sure promise of its own fulfill
ment.'' Rev. Joseph May, at All Soul's.
Better Get $
That Baby Out t
into the sunshine of these balmy a
"c days and it won't do the child r
m hair as much good to carry it as
a to put It into a carriage. i
"J 3cou can get the carnage easy
m enough. We nave an immense line 4
a of the very best makes at all
prices ranging up lrom
Cash or Credit."
J House & Herrmann,
4 Liberal Furnishers,
? Cor. Seventh and I Streets f
PAINTER OP MINIATURES,
.' vet Inn to a limited class event mnrn'ni.
A beautiful Cobbler
Seat Rocker, in oak
or mahogany finish,
We carried over from
Last season is being
Sacrificed along with
Our regular stock.
We shall remove to our
New building about April
1. In the meantime
We shall sell this stock
Right down to the bare
Counters. Not a Suit
Nor a Coat shall ever
See the new store.
H. DYREHFORTH & CO.
621 Penna. Avenue N. W.,
Under Metropolitan. Hotel.
Don't bo a bit shy
in asking- all the
credit you need
from us. Our busi
ness Is to' accom
modate you, let
your -wants be
great or small.
Just now our
aro cnocK-iulI of
bright, now Roods,
and our terms most
J RUDDEN'S 5
513 Seventh Street N. W.
To begin tomorrow in -The
ALFRED R. CALHOUN
A story of the Pennsylvania
coal fields, portraying the
hard and heroic life of the
miners, and through -which
u. clmrining love story runs.
The Times, one cent every
THE WILSON Si DAYI5 STOCK
BIGGER AND BETTER BARGAINS TX
Than Wcrr Ever orfered in This City
SALE NOW ON.
H. Friedlander & Bro.,
NINTH AND E STS. N". W.
-a ilililiii n
The Easy Corner
8th and Market Space
S.Kaon, Sons & Co,
2d Grand Rebuilding: Sale
We Know How You've Felt
Each week you have read our announce
ment you juuged our advertised prices
bursters of ail former reduction records.
Well, we nave to hammer down prices a
little more this week, ftr the contractors
will begin to hammer out walls soon and
these departments are right in their lice
Amoskeag and Lancaster Apron Ging
hams 3 T--SC
Fruit of the Loom Bleached Aluslin.-Sc
Berkeley vjard-wide Cambric. 6 7-8c
Utica 0-4 Bleached Sheeting XTc
Lowell 10-4 Bleached Sheeting,
Mohawk 10-1 Bleached Sheeting,
EnglisL Long Cloth, per piece, $1.75
Zephyr Dress Ginghams & 3-4c
Silk Float Dress Ginghams. ...8 3-4 c
Imported Silk Gingham 15c
New Coral Satteens. IS 1-2 a
New 12 l-2a Percales 8 3 "4c
New Dark Styles of Pique.. ..s 34c
25c. "Wool "White Flannel 18a
All-wcol Navy Blue Flannel. .....14q
15c Fancy Black and Gray-back Fig
ured Waist Lining 8 3-4c
20c AU-llnen Eatra Heavy Stiff Can
12 1.2c Aloire 36-in. Fast Black Ruotlo
Lining 6 3-4C
40c Genuine Imported French Hair
35c Genuine Herringbone Gray Hair
30c Heavy Black Wire York Can
vas e 3-4c
30c Changeable Silks, for linings. .19c
1 5c Fine Aloire 36-In. I'ercaline,- In
black and colors 9 3-4c
6c Dressmakers Cambric. ..2 T-8c
10c Good Heavy 36-in Selisia, all
colors 6 3-4C
50c Genuine 27-inch Herringbone Hair
o yos. ogue mnuing, oiack omy sc
4 yds. Vogue Binding, black" only...... 3"c
Safety Hump Hook and Eyes, 2 doz. on a
Duplex Hook and Eyes, 2 doz. on a
9-yd. piece of Silk-stitched Bone Cas
Fancy Bone Casing. .. .. .-3c yard
Odds and ends in Gray and Black Eelt-
Fancy Colored Silk Belting.. -Sc yard
Taffeta Binding, 9-yard piece, best qual
ity.. .. .. 7c piece
Best Quality Horn Bones: dctlozen
Triumph Dres Stay, all colors and
lengtlis cc dozen
Fancy Colored AH silk Elastic, 3-4-yard
garter length.., XOc piece
Pest Steel Veil Tins, 2 dozen in a box. .3c
Best Black Jet Tins 5c box
Adamantine Pins, 280 pins.. .n.c
ilournlng Pins, 50 in a box 2c
Best Rubber Hair Pins 3c dozen
Cabinet Hair Pin, best quality Scho
Shoe Buttons, gross package 4c
Ladies' Extra Quality Black Side Gar
ters XOc pair
Curling Irons Scapleco
Have you money
I to throw away?
ITso, skip this Those economically
S inclined will be glad to know how
to reduce their fuel bill Coke
pa is the cheapest, most economical
2S and cleanest ruel known We want Q
2a vou to try it. Note the lowness of q
g the prices: fj
40 BusHels UncrasM Coke, S2.9Q
I 40 Eusbels InwA Coke, $3.70 I
s Washington Gaslight Co.,
413 TENTH STKEET 2f. XV. to
S Or Win. J. Zeh, ft20 2)ta St. X. W. g
S tPhone 170.)
2 . fe-fe -v-fe -aa
J YOUR SHIRTS
m And collars we launder in first- p
class style. No pains spared to a
V give tlie most perfect satisfac-
9 tion. Our soft-finish buttonholes
4 are appreciated and highly spoken
of by all our patrons Our wagon
9 calls promptly and delivers regu- 4
a larlv. Trial order solicited.
TOLMAN STEAM LAUNDRY 1
4 COIINt-It xlXTII AND C"T-!.
No other house does, ever did, or ever
will, sell such sterling qualities at such
low prices as we quote.
Cabin John, Glen Echo and
We dellvpr freight of all descriptions
aiong the Conduit road ns far as Cabin
Jobn Uridge nnd on the Tenleytown road
at very reasonable rates.
81'KINUUA.tN S EXTRES3,
Telephone 2G3. JIutrhlns Bulldlnc-
Dress Suits for Hire.
CAREER & CO.,
Corner 7th nnd H Sts. N. W.
both demand that you sub
stitute electric for g.is light.
Electricity is much easier on
eyes, and. being more brilliant
than gas, goes further and la
therefore cheaper. Glad toan-
hwer iiuesuons. g
US. Electric Lighting Go.
213 14th st. nw 'Phone, 77
Than any others sold In Washington.
Winter Clothing all this ivccu ntjoaE 40a
on the dollar.
N1T.V YOniv CLOTHING HOUSE,
311 -oventh Street.
Yforning and Sunday
35c Per Month.