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THE MORKIKGr TIMES,: FBIDAT, AJB& 1& 183f
The only difference be
tween our Derbies and those'
of the agency stores is the
price. We sell ours for
what they are really worth.
the Waverly? Our new flat
brim Alpine all the newest
shades and colors. Prices
are $1.00, $1.50 and $2.
Easter suits for men and
boys, Easter shoes, Easter
neckwear, gloves and all
other furnishings. Latest
and best styles and lowest
12ih and F Sts. N.W.
BONA FIDE CIRCULATION.
The circulation or The Times for
the. weeli ended April 0, 1SU7,
wus as follows:
Saturday, April 3 3S,11?
Sunday, April 4 ,78-1
Jouduy, April 5... 37,1)7H
Tuesday, Aui 0 37,701
AVi'dij.-.aay, April 7 37,1)8-1
Thursday, April 8 37,351
Friday, April 0 . 37,784
Average dally circulation
(.Sunday, 23,784, excepted). 37,853
1 hereby certify that iho ubuvo
Jb u correct statement of. circula
tion for the week ended April O,
1607. WILLIAM P. LEECH.
; Manager of Circulation.
Advertiser are cordially Invited
to hutlsfy themselves as to the
correctness of the above figures
through an examination of our cir
culation boohs, blunlc imper reeord,
und circulation cash book.
The hydrant at the corner or Eleventh and
L sticets rortheabt is leaking badly.
The pavement or K street, between First
and Fifth streets northeast, is reported to
be in a a cry bad condition.
There is a dangerous hole in the side
walk on the south side or I street north
west, near Sixteenth street.
James Adams, or Railroad avenue, na
costia, iciioiied at police headquarters
yesterday that some one had stolen nis
open-raced silver watch.
The Legion of Loyal "Women will give a
"Sugaring Ofr" entertainment, at their
headquarters, No. 419 Tenth street north
west, on Easter Monday night.
Emil S . Scidlich riled a bill in equity yes
terday against Catharine Scldlich, his
wire, .petitioning for a divoico on Ihe
grounds ot inrideltty on her part.
Mr. H. I. Bettis has been appointed auditor
of disbursements of the Southern Railroad
Company, in place or Mr. J. W. Morrow,
Who has been transferred to other crrice.
Eddie Lawson and John W. Ducket, two
email colored boys, walkedorf with a
push cart In SouthWiaJ&pton. Judge
Kimball sent Lawsonto UHeTorm School,
and Huckct went down in derault or $10.
Cliier Clerk Richard Sylvester was yes
terday invested with all the authority of
an additional private of the police force,
and given charge of the enforcement of
the game and fish laws of the District
The Margaret I). Ellis "T" held a meet
ing Monday night at the residence or Mrs.
Williamson, No. 57 I street northwest,
Miss M. A. Piatt, president, presiding.
After the reading of reports a happy
social hour was spent, and four new
members were received.
Marriage licenses were Issued yesterday
George S. Clayburn and Minnie Wright.
Samuel Cox and Laura Stewart.
CharleS E. Taylor and Anna M. Carter
John H Baylor and Julia Jones.
jnmes 11 Matthews and Louise J. Evans
harlet; E Smith and Lula Alberta Mor
riH. MAYER & FETTIT,
if you need any furniture
any suite for parlor, or bedroom
any separate piece a rocker
an arm chair a couch.
Bargains unheard of in the
furniture trade are offered
throughout our great store this
week. Cash or Credit if you de
Vcrv handsome liphr and strong Babv
Carnage, si very unusual fijO OR
bargain at the price.... MiJ-CJ
12-piece Bedroom Suite, large size,
well carved, consisting of dresser, -ivash-Ktand,
bedstead, four chairs, locker,
table, to-u el rack, mat- at Q Rf
"We have a very large-line of the finest
and tjeM; rcrriKcratois iuade. "We han
dle nothing but the best. "We guar
antee them. Prices Sft 9S
Fine solid Oak Chiffonier, well made,
niaigcdrawers.avery B )C
great bargain at JJ'TafitJ
Laige solid Oak Extension Table, "well
made and extiemely well finished. Ob
tainable nowhere else at less than
Txvtrbunier Gasoline Stove. The most
reliable kind made. A necessity in the
coming hot weather in every house-
1'iiice only Jb40
This massive Sideboard, solid pol-ishedoak.plateglassmir-
ror, extraordinary value. 9EU 70
Another large Invoice of those famous
Mollis Chairs has airived. We intend
to astonish the town, for these chairs
have never been heard of at this
piicebefore. Whilethey LA Q5
A Tapestry Parlor Suite, consisting of
R pieces, upholstered in good tapestry,
uialKijrniiv finish irame. CfrSyf FZff
"Worth 22, our price.. 9Brt.lU
A very pretty Sewing or Bedioom
Eoekei, a most luxuriously comfortable
chair. A wonderrui val
ue at our price
Very handsome large Tartar Suite,
upholsleied in silk damask, five pieces,
nneiy irauieu. a very
Crcatbaigainatourpiice 3 J 4J
Cash or Credit.
Mayer & Pettit,
415-417 Seventh St.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS VISITED
Teachers From tlie Monumental City
In a Body They Pay Their Resnocts
" to the President und Pass an
, , .Enjoyable Day.
A parly of ICO teachers or the public,
schools or Baltimore visited Washing
ton yesterday, and the work or thCpuplls
or' the srliools of the city was inspected.
The party was chaperoned by Mr. John E.
MrCalian, assistant superintendent of the
Baltimore schools, ana was mctatthc depot
hero by Superintendent Powell and rive of
hi? assistants, who escorted the teachers in
parties to the following school building!:
Franklin, Dcnnison, Grant, Webster, l'ea
body and Tyler, l'rimary.intermudlatcand
grammar schools were visited, acrording
to the desires or the visitors, and the work
ur scholars, especially that done by the art
and tewing classes, was much praised.
In the afternoon the party visited t he new
Congressional Library, were received en
maEse by the President at 3 o'clock, arter
which they returned to Baltimore.
A XOTOKIOUS THIEF AHKKSTED.
"Delaware Franklin .Tallies" in the
Custody of Fitehbuig Toliee.
A curious instance of a man's evil deeds
finding him out has been brought to light
through a letter received by Inspector Hol
linbetger yesterday from Chier of Police
Tarbox, of Fitchburg, Mass. It asked
for information concerning Delaware
Franklin James, who has been arrested in
James is wanted here and in many other
cities throughout the country. He is
known to the police as a most expert pick
pocket, and is one or the cleverest thieves
who ever operated in the United States
It seems now, however, that he has at
last been run to earth and will probably
be given a sentence of such length that
he will spend the remainder of his days in
piison. In Massachusetts there is a law
Known as the "Habitual criminal act,"
under which npcnnltyof twenty-rive years'
itupiisonment can be imposed, and James
comes within its provisions
James is forty-five years old, well edu
cated, of good appearance, line address
and a fluent talker. He has a family in
California, and lias been arrested many
limes in that State. Tie has had many
aliases, among them "Gopher Jim," Frank
Queen, James Adams, Frank St. Clair and
Charles Anderson. It is under this last
name that he is familiar to the local of
ficers. Their experience with him dates
back to last summer, during the Christian
Endeavor convention held here. Be was
arrested July 3 by Detective Daitigan,
who caught him with his hand in a
woman's pocket In the Baltimore and Ohio
depot. On the way to the police station
he offered the detective $."0 to allow liiui
to escape. He was locked up, and event
ually given a preliminary hearing in the
police court He retained a lawyer and
was relented on Iwuds. That was the last
seen or him here.
His criminal career began when he was
arrested in San Qtientin, Cal., over fifteen
years ago. He was charged with giand
larceny. Be next appeared in Chicago, and
was sent to Jolletfor burglary. He seived
his time and was later anestcdln Colum-
bus, and spent several years in the peniten
tiary there for a similar offense. These
two are the only occasions on which it is
-certain that he did not escape. He is
wanted in Louisville, Ky- New Orleans,
Cincinnati, and Springfield, 111., and along
the Mississippi River from Caiio to Baton
Rouge James is known and fcaicd as a
A detective said last night that there is
probably no other pickpocket who enoys
such a wide reputation among the police
from New STork to the Pacific coast He
was recognized as a clever man, who used
his brains, and whenever he was aircsted
every effort was put foith to convict him.
James is now in the Fitchburg Jail, ac
cused of stealing $300 from George C.
Jone-,of that city. He will undoubtedly be
convicted and given the full sentence of
BLESSED AHE TI1K VEACKMAKKKS
But Daniel Spencer's Experience In
That Line IVas Otherwise.
Daniel Spencer attempted to act the
peacemaker Tuesday and his errorts re
sulted as usual. There was trouble be
tween Minnie "Wheeler and Bell Johnson,
and Spencer stepped between them. AH
the parties to the arralr are colored.
Spencer chose an unfortunate moment
to interrerc. There was a- pan of stew on
the btove just in the plnce where Minnie
could reach it easily. She intended to
throw the pan at Bell, but her aim was
bad and Spencer received somebody's din
ner in the face.
Yesterday in the police court he looked
as thouuh he had interviewed Gen. "Wcy
ler. There were patches of stew and raw
places where the skin was not, and a big
any intention of stewing Daniel and raid
she "didn't go fur ter do it." Judge
Kimball thought her excuse a poor one
and she went down in default or $20
CATARRH OF THE STOMACH.
A Pleasant. Simple, Hut Safe
Effectual Cure for It.
Catarrh of the stomach has long been
considered the next thing to iucurable.
The usual symptoms are a full or bloating
sensation after eating, accompauied some
times with sour or watery risings, a for
mation of gases, causing pressure on the
heart and lungs and difficult breathing;
headaohes, fickle appetite, nervousness and
a general played out, languid feeling.
There is often a foul taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, and if the interior or the
stomach could be seen it would show a
slimy, inflamed condition.
The cure for this common and obstinate
trouble is found In a treatment which
causes the food to be readily, thoroughly
digested bemre it has time to ferment and
irritate the delicate mucous surfuces of
tho stomach. To secure a prompt and
healthy digestion is the one necessary
thing to do, and when normal digestion Is
secured the catarrhal condition will have
According to Dr. Ilarlanson tho safest
and best treatment is to use after each
meal a tablet, composed of Diastase, Asep
tic Pepsin, a little Xux, Golden Seal and
fruit acids. These tablets can now be
found at all drug stores under the name
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, and not be
ing a patent medicine can be used with
perfect safety and assurance that healthy
appetite and thorough digestion will follow
their regular use after meals.
Mr. N. J. Boohcr, of 2710 Dearborn St.,
Chicago, 111., writes: "Catarrh is a local
condition resulting from a neglected cold
in the head, whereby the lining mem
brane or the nose becomes inflamed and
the poisonous discharge therefrom passing
backward into the throat reaches the
stomach, thus producing catarrh of tho
stomach, lledic.il authorities prescribed
for me for three years for catarrh of
Stomach without cure, but today I am the
happiest or men after using onij' one box
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. I cannot
find appropriate words to express my good
feeling. I have found tlcsh, appetite and
sound rest from their use,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Is the safest
preparation as well as the simplest and
most convenient remedy for any form of
indigestion, catarrh of stomach, bilious
ness, sour stomach, heartburn, andbloating
Send for little book, mailed free, on
stomaoh troubles, by addressing Stuart
Co., Marshall, Mich. The tablets can be
found ut all drug stores-
. - . - ..
A Crowd of Happy Buyers
Thronged Our Store All Day
ESPECIAL FOR TWO MYS
Tailor-made-up-to-date in every particuIar-IN ENGLISH CAMBRIDGE GRAY
and GREEN MIXTURES fancy cassimere linings-made to sell at TEN DOL
LARS. We expect a big run on these remarkable suits, as the price will catch
prudent people who want their Easter suits. Come at once take your pick
A fl fl For a handsome Pin-check
J)t". U U Cassimere or Cheviot Buit.
TC fin For elegant, stylish Suits
4)1?. UU lor .Men, tome jjiuck uiay
ffPfin As pretty a line of Spring
4)0. UU Suits as can be seen, and
You can come here and pay $2.50, $3.50, $4.80 or $5.40 for a "swell"
Easter Suit that would cost you three times as much elsewhere.
ER & CO,, RETiRiMG sale
FAILED TO SUPPOHT HER.
A Daughter of :vir. Hullot Kilbourn
Granted n. Divorce.
Bella May Bourgeat, daughter of Mr. Hal
let Kilbourn, of this city, was yestcrday
granted a decree of divorce from her hus
band, Emll Victor Bourgeat, a citizen or
France, whom she charged with de&ertion
The decree was granted by Justice Cox,
In equity court No. 1, and declares the
plaintifr to be entitled to resume her
The parties in Interest were married in
Tans, France, September 21, 1S92. Short
ly after their marriage they came to Wash
ington and resided for a time with the
bride's parents. They afterward removed
to New York, where they remained until
July 1 , 1803. at which time the defend
ant deserted his wile by absenting him
scir rrom their place of residence, and
soon thereafter- he went to Parib, where
he has ever since remained.
It was shown that the husband has
never, since his departure for Paris, con
tributed to llrao. Bourgeat's support.
"When they arrived in New York they
were met by Mr. Kilbourn, and upon leach
ing Washington took rooms at tlie Port
land Flats, Mr. Kilbourn paying their
board. Learning soon after that the bank
ing house in Paris, with which he had
been connected, had failed, Bourgeat at
tempted to find employment In this country
but was unsuccessful. In July, 1893, he
decided to go to Paris, promising to return
or send for his wife within three months
thereafter. The wife's parents declined
to advance money to pay her expenses hi
Pans, later on, as they were not favorable
to the suggestion of her leaving home.
It was shown thatprlorto the.departure
of his daughter from Farls with her hus
band, Mr. Kilbourn sent her $1,000, with
which to meet a family obligation, and
that her husband deposited the money in
bank in his own name and did not pay the
debt, nor did he ever refund the amount
Dui'ldiri Permits Issued.
Building permits were issued yesterday
as follows: To Louise M. Emmert,, for
a dwelling at No. 1455 Bacon street,
Columbia College Grounds, to cost S10,
000; the Columbia Hotel Company, for an
additional story on the Hotel Raleigh,
Pennsylvania avenue and Twelfth street,
$20,000: Bobert H. Stone, for a dwelling
in American University Tark, $2,500; St.
Thomas College, for an addition to build
ing on Catholic University Grounds, $6.
000; Union Stock Yards Company, two
story addition to building at 'Bennings
and Anacoslia roads, $2,000; Mount Oli
vet Cemetery, for a stable on the ceme
tery grounds, $800.
The .Endeavor Union Mass Meeting.
The April mass meeting of the District
of Columbia Christian Endeavor Union
will be held this evening at 8 o'olock in
tho Anacostia Baptist Church, corner of
Jefrcrson and Fillmore streets, Anacostia
The gcucrai theme of the meeting will be
"Our Watchwords," and four brief ad
dresses will be delivered upon subdivisions
of this topic as follows: "Fellowship,"
Mr. John B. Sicilian, jr.; "Duty to the
Church," Miss Anna J. Bell; "Loyalty to
Christ," Mr. John D. Morgan, and "En
thusiasm," Mr. Miles M. Shand. The
amendment to Article 4 of the constitu
tion of the DisU-ict Union, recently pro
posed, will be acted upon at the meeting.
A i'ennlty Clause Added.
A. section, numbered thirteen, was added
to article thirteen, of the police regulations,
by the Commissioners yesterday, which
provides that any person or persons violat
ing any of the provisions of the article,
shall, on conviction, thereor in the police
court, bo punished by a fine of not less
than $5, nor more than $100, for each
and every offense. The action was taken
for the purpose merely of adding a penalty
clause, the absence ot which rendered t
difficult to enforce the law. The section
Is the one which applies to theaters.
C for choice or onclotor double
breasted Suits see these.
If fin bys Blue Sailor Suits;
4) I . U U strictly all wool.
tr I O Suits, -iimt tin to date".
4 1 i0 nobby and stylish, in
plaids and plain.
Kiu'i Paul.- ill vou want
at 15c. pair; first comers,
f IrsL choice.
Look Out Jor the Big 2'cIIo'v Signs.
II Oursr.a BonaFide 11
Remodeling Sale! I
Everything to Be Sold at Once at
THE COST OF PRODUCTION l OUR 0N FACTORY
We are not retiring from business, but we
are compelled to vacate our present premises
temporarily to allow the necessary facilities add
ed that our largely increased patronage demands.
Si fill buys $2.00 worth of goods in our house
llUU from this until May 15th.
All goods in our house are of our own manu
facture and warranted to be first class in every
New York Clothing House,
311 Seventh St. N. W.
ZADOC "WILXIAilS' "WJJLL.
His Doiiglitcr Brings Suit for a
Correction of the Instrument.
Mary Rue, by her attorneys, 11. Boss
Perry & Son, instituted a sultln the equity
court yesterday against Minnie Rue and
ten otiier defendants, praying for a cor
rection of the will of Zadoc Williams', In
respect of the description of a certain
lot devised therein, and time the court
order the property to be sold by trustees,
the proceeds to be held In trust andlnvcsted
under the order :and supervision of the
By the sixth paragraph of the Williams
will the testator bequeathed to his daugh
ter, Mary Kuo, lots No. 14, 16. and 18, in
square 700, in this city, on N street north
east, together with "three frame houses
thereon. It is claimed by the plalntirf,
Mary Ituc, that her f father did not own
the lots as designntediin the will, but did
own the ground tinder the designation of
lot 5. It is in part to correct this dis
crepancy that suit is brought. In addition
the property is liable to be 6old for un
Board of Trade Committee.
The general committee for the May ex
cursion of the board of trade was ap
pointed yesterday, and consists of the
following gentlemen: Thomas W. Smith,
chairman; Emmons C. Smith, F. B. Noyes,
Tracy L. Jeffords, Clarence F. Norment,
and S. S. Shcdd. It is proposed to make
this May day of the board the best and
most entertaining in all Its history. Tlie
guests will bounder the general charge of
the committee, biit each member of the
board will be a committee of one to de
vote himself to members, Senators, and
other guests of the day. The program
will include an excursion on the river, a
planked shad dinner and after-dinner
speeches at Marshall Hall.
$6.50 to New York and Return.
The B. & O B. R. -will sell round-trip
tickets to New York for all trains, in
cluding the Royal Blue flyers, April 26,
good for return until April 29, inclusive.
$0.50 for the round trip.
A pair for good All-wool Mix
tures, good and serviceable.
$1 nr Fancy Stripe and Plain
I L J "Worsteds, very goodvalue.
II CC Handsome Cheviot Trous
4)1,00 crs; well made; as good
Three shades ot stylish
Spring Top Coats, alMTA nfl
wool, wurranted 4. UU
709 Seventh St. 8
7th and H Sts,
white shirt fronts, with
collars and cufrs to match
EXACTL1'. are what we
launder for our pations. Trial order
solicited. Wagon colls promptly
Cor..Sixth and C Streets.
0 $- '' V-Q
THE CHHISTIAN ALLIANCE.
A Locul Organization Formed and
The Christian and Missionary Alliance
of Now Tork formed a local organization
at the Central Union Mission yesterday
as an outcomo of the convention held in
the Eastern Presbyterian Church last
The Christian Alliance has missionary
ccuters all over tl)c world, and Its song
est effort is for the evangelization ot man
kind, while it also presents the doctrine
of the fourfold gospel, namely, that Christ
Ms the savior, snnctirier, Heaven, and com
ing king of mankind.
The following oMcers were elected:
President, Bcv. Thomas Chalmers Easton,
D. I).; District superintendent, Rev. C. C
Cook, of Baltimore; secretary and treas
urer. Miss Mae Carrigan.
The alliance is now composed of about
forty persons, which is exceedingly grati
fying, and will meet on Wednesday even
ings at 910 H street northwest until a
Euitable hall has been secured.
Mrs A. Inveen, residing at 720 Henry
street, Alton, 111., suffered with sciatio
rheumatism for over eight months. She
doctored for it nearly the whole of this
time, using various remedies recommended
by friends, and was treated by the physi
cians, but received no relief. She then
used one and a half bottles of Chamber
lain's Fain Balm, which effected a com
plete cure. This is published at her re
quest, as she wants others similarly afflict
ed to know what cured her. The 25 und
50 cent sizes for sole by Henry Evans,
wholesale and retail druggist, 038 F
street and Connecticut avenue and S street
JOHNSTONS. 729 7!h SI.
If you only buy for an or
dinary household you can
easily save $1,000 extra each
year by purchasing' your
Groceries, Fresh Meats and
all other needful supplies
Boarding- houses and ho
tels who use great quanti
ties can, of course, , save
many thousand dollars more
each year because of the
greater quantity of supplies
Arbuckle's Unfree. in 10-nound
lots, rorx2?$" package In smaller
quantities 13 h c package.
Lcverinjr s package Coffee In 10-
pound Iuts, aiiaf pacfcag-in
smaller quantities X3e.
(We grind or pulverize them If you
Ginger Snaps 35c
10 nounds of Ginger Snans for
Slltr Java and QQn
Wb. Mocha. OOt
5 lbs. Sugar Free.
B nnnndo or Knat; i:r?n Rnpnr
given free with each 3-pound pur
chase or Java and Mocha at ssc.
iu UoxcsorSardinesfor 33c.
Rolled Oats 2c
10 lbs itolled Oats for SOC
Best Hixed Tea..5Qc
5 pounds or Sugar given Tree with
each purchase or one pound or 50c
Jea, eoc. Tea, SOc Tea or SX
Elgin Butter 28c
O lbs .lgin Butter Tor $1.35.
n-pound lots or BestButterine at
12c 10.; in smaller quantities
Navy Beans 2Kc
I'eck or Best Navy Beans, 35c.
Carolina Rice 5c
B-pound quantities ror ssc.
21 PsuUaNADR? $L00
Best Eggs 0c
10 dozen Best liggs for 98c.
Best Cornstarch., ..c
o packages or Corn Starch, 19c.
Wilbur's Cocoa. . . g gc
o packages of Wilbur's Cocoa.
Chocolate f c
o cakes Chocolate Tor 730.
Special bargain in Laundry Soap
20 cakes ror 35c. today.
Borax Soap 2c
Star Soap 25c
10 cakes of either Star or Borax,
Evap. Peaches 6c
G-lh. lots or Cal. livap. l'eaches,
Sweet Prunes 4Kc
Sweet I'runcs in 5-lb. "qnanU
tles at A. Up: In smaller Ints nr. K.n
Imp. Raisins gc
b IDs. or Imported Large Kai&ins,
Flour 3Qc sack
Best Family Flour by bbl. ,
Table Oil 8c
Best Table Oil ror salads, etc.,
in (J-Oottle lots, 43c.
Box Ball Blue 4c
The lU-cent boxes Ball Blue, con
taining 100 balls each, in 10-box
lots, 38 c.
Evap. Apples 5c
Inlotsof C lbs. for 240.
In B-lb. lots for 5550.
Baby Milk Qc
Haby Brand Milk by the dozen.
Cal. Can Peaches.. J5c
By the dozen cans, S1.T3-
ioc Bots. Ammonia.4c
xoc Bots. Catsup....4c
In lots or one dozen bottles,
46 c. '
Hominy Grits 2c
In lots of 10 pounds Tor SOc.
Stick Candy c
In lots of 10 lbs. for 490.
Tomatoes $c I
in lots or la cans Tor TSc.
Bag Salt ......2c
In lots of 12 bags, 2 So.
Potted Tongue.... 4c
Potted Ham 4c
In lots or 1- cans Tor 530.
Baked Beans "Jz
in lots or 6 cans, 39c.
Nic Nac Crackers.. .3c
JOHNSTONS, T29 7th St.
The Busy Corner,
8th and Market Spice.
2d Grand Rebuiding Sale,,
is Good Friday,
and, as usual, our regular Remnant
Day. We have gathered from
stock exceptionally good values.
Not alone shall we dwell on rem
nants. Also regular goods at Good
Friday prices shall be among the
Remnants of Wash Goods.
HERE IS WHERE WE HOLD THE
FORT. EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE
COMES TO US DIRECT FROM THE
MILLS. WE HAVE CONTRACTED FOR
MILL REMNANTS FOR THE PAST 40
YEARS, AND KNOW AS MUCH ABOUT
THEM AS THE MEN THAT LOOM
Toduy new I'acJflc Lawn.- Q
Today Sea Island I'ercales... l Q
Today Fruit and !N"ew York . .
ilillH Muslin 4JoC
Today Plain Nun's Vellimr
and Cballies 5MC
Today Xew Lace Lawns 5G
Toduy JJifhtOiitlnjr Flannels. R 7n
Today Yard-.vide XJnbleaetied -Cotton
Today FJne Sheer India .
Unen 02 D
Toilay India Linen, JO iuchu-i ,
Tocbiy HJae Suiting: and Fancy
Today Fancy Homespun... . Sof
Today Fancy American Or- .
Today Iuit- Wool Grenadine-. RSfj
Today liJgu colors in Plain
Toduy Fine Lappet Swisses. P.5f
Today Fine Lace Organdies. 8Sn
Today French Sateens T lfn
Today Double-width All-wool
Cioth I 5C
Today Check Suiting I Crt
Today Colored Henriettas.. J Eft
Today Double-width Challles. j Cn
Today Fine All-wool Novelty
Suitings, In colors and black,
whleli .-.old as liljili as GJ)e. a
3rd ...: 290
ALL OF THESE ITEMS ARE REM
NANTS, SSU ARE ON SALE IN OUR
REMNANT .DEPARTMENT, 3D FLOOR.
This cozy cottage, -with 7 rooms and
bath, on a lot90x-00 fee:, can be bought?
by an immediate purchaser for only $1,300.
Its value is $3,500. It is situated in the
ideal subdfvktou known as Lakeland, Md.,
7 miles from Washington, on B. & O. R R.
It has verandas, handsome mantels, nicely
papered, artesian well -water, and out
buildings; all enclosed by a picket fence.
It is three blocks from station; commutation
tickets to Washington, G 1-4 cents. For
particulars ipply to EDWIN A. NEWMAN,
Gil 7th st nw it
in the District ought to be operat
ed by elettric power, not only be
cause it is cleaner, safer, more re
liable, less troublesome, butis ACT
UALLY CHEAPER than steam or
any other power. It requires no en
gineer. You Bimply press the but
ton and tuepoweris on. We furnish
the electric current. Why not in
vestigate. Were nlways glad to
D.S. Electric Lighting Go.
213 14th st- nw. 'Phone, 77
PAINTER OF MINIATURES,
Removed to 932 F Street,
Instructions to a limited class every morning.
No other house does, ever did, or ever
will, sell such fiterling qualities at sucb
low prices as we quote. I
Cabin John, Glen Echo and
Wo dellvrr freight or all descriptions
aiong the Conduit road as far its Cabin
John Uridgc and on the Tenleytown road
at very reasonable rates.
Tclpphoiiu 2K3. ilutchlnn Kuilillnir.
I Use a Gas Stove
the cominp summer in pro
sy paring tlie meals, you'll find it
3 to be tho most comfortable,
g cheapest, and safest way of do
g ing the hot weather cooking.
Come in to sec us about supply
Cj iny tlie Uas Cookinjc Stove. An
53 endless variety of them, priced
g extremely low.
I Gas Appliance Exchange,
1424 New York Ave.