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THE MORNING TlMKSa.SATURDAX, , APBIL 24, 1897.
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Some Special Saturday
SHOE PLUMS.
Our htoren are noted for being crowded with customers
every duv in the week-but we are prepared for specially large
crowds 'every Saturday. If. we have any uneclul attractions
to offer, we usually oieii tljetn on Saturdays.
I nrjje mid advantageous iiircliasc enable uu to quote tbo
fol lowing low prices on these excellent Shoe values for today:
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503 BICYGLE LEGGINS.
Ladies' and Men's
BlaoK or Tan Camas,
Full-length Leggins.
LADIES' $1.25 BOOTS.
Black or Tan Stout Kid,
Laced and Button,
Heeled or Spiugllcel,
On seeral ucw fchapeb.
$L50
1
LADIES' $2.00 OXFORDS.
2,000 Pans hand-sewed,
Turn Bole Oxford Tlci,
Made of sorted and best
Black or brown Vlcl Kid:
Lined throughout with kid;
Haifa dozen different
Nobbv, new styleb
$2.50
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LADIES' $4.00 TAN BOOTS-
These shoes arc made
of exceedingly soft
and fine brown
"Everbright" Kid,
Turn or Welt Soles,
Dime" or -Quarter" toes.
$1-25
MEN'S "BIKE" SHOES.
Comfortable and well made,
Blown Canvas Bicjclc Shoes
"With Russia Leather trimmings.
$1.50
MEN'S $2.00 LOW SHOES.
Comfortable Oxford Tics,
Made ol sort, good-wearing
Black Vici-Kid,
Round or sauarc toes.
$2.50
MEN'S $3.00 TAN SHOES.
Hand-sewed welt,
Laced and-Oxford Ties,
Of best rearing,
Brown Russian calf
.Mid A'icl K.ld;
On all the popular,
Comfortable bliapcs.
$3.00
MEN'S $4.00 SHOES.
Brown or Black
"Everbright" Kid,
Laced, Gaiters or Tics,
that are superior
for stjle and wear
to most J?l shoes
Win. Hahn & Co.'s
1 Reliable Shoe Houses. Sg?S!S?oS.5fefk:
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More Trouble our Seventh Street!
STORMY OUTLOOK FOR THE
CLOTHIERS
5g WSr
fe One of the largest Clothing Houses in New York has failed to meet its obliga- pl
&jk tions, and, being forced to the wall, the appraisers have accepted the Cash offer
JC of Tennille. Now, Tennille says ho will sell you suits of the latest style and best $&
P quality for the cost of the PANTS. So the orders are j
I Cut! Slash! Slaughter! i
230
Men's Suits
Neat Cassiniere Suits, $3.48
$4.48
i Light and Dark Cheviots....
& 3-but. Black Clav Worsted.
W
$5.48
200
Elegant Tailor-made jf
and Trimmed Suits, for $25
and 30, go for $0.00
Men's Pants.
gi All-wool Pants, neat 75C
g$ Neat Dress Pants, all wool.... $.25
k Pin Stripes and PlaidPauts... $,98
Children's Suits. I
.viS"
Hot of Children's Suits 65c f
1 lot of All-wool Blue Sailor.. $.00 gp
I 1 lot Neat and Dressy Suits... $.25 M
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EONA FIDE CIRCULATION.
The circulation of The Timet, for
the weclt ended April 1G. 1807,
was as follows:
S.uuidtiy, April 10 38,051
Sunday, Apiil 11 23,037
3donduy, April 1- 37,124
Tuesday, April 13 37.5S2
Wednesday, April l4.. 37,218
T1iuim1u, Aiirll 13 37.2HS
Friday, April' 10 37,203
Total - 249,135
Average daily circulation
(Suudnj, 23,007, excepted). 37.32S
I hereby certify that the above
is a correct statement of circula
tion for the week ended April 10,
I8U7. WILLIAM 1. L1SKCH,
Manager of Circulation.
AdvertlseiH are cordially invited
to satisfy themselves as to the
correctness of the above figures
through tin examination of our cir
culation boolt. nlnuk paper record,
and circulation cash book.
LOOK OUT FOR THE BIG YELLOW SIGNS.
Vast Opportunities to Buy
Clothin
Ch
City Brevities
Building permits were Issued yesterday
As follow; Daniel Dodge, d elllag -" Hills
dale, ?70O; John Meinbcr, addition V No.
713 Twelfth street southeast, 5,000;
H. A Wil'ard, brick wall, No. 1337 X
btieet uorlliwest, $S00.
Policeman Haitinan yesterday morning
caught John Lee, alias Williams, colored,
tijlng to ride olf with a bicycle -which
he said nasstandlnginfrontof the Smith
sonian building and carried him to the
Twelfth f.treet station, lie -will be tried in
the police court today.
The Hon. George II "White, M C, the
only colored Representam e ot Tongrc,
has accepted an imitation from the Rev.
1. F. Aldridge to deliver an address at
Campbell A 31. E Church, Hillsdale, D. C .
Monday evening, April 26.
Annie Coleman, colored, who -was ar
retted Thursday night by Sergeant Haley
and Policeman Sullivan, of the South
Washington precinct, demanded a jury
trial when charged in police court cJter
day with keeping a disorderly house. John
Wortlnngton, a white man, -who said his
home was In Sacramento, Cal., was held
as a witness.
Wills Filed for Pro bale.
The will of Margaret Sinclair Gardner
was submitted for probate yesterday The
Instrument was dated October 15, 1S8S.
To her con, Lawernce Gardnei, the de
cedent bequeathed all right and interebtln
premises known as No Goi) Tenth btret
northeast and No. 309 Ninth street south
east. All of the remainder of the propeity
Is given to her daughter, Eliza Gardnei,
who i6 appointed ex.ccutux.
Charles II. Ktimnielfs will, February 1 lf
3SS4, and appointing hib wife, Annie KTim
mell, as exeeutilx, wa pi evented for pi o
bate je&tcrday "With the exception of $5
to each of his children, 3Iatilda and Frit7,
the entire estate is left toMr Kumiuell
S
t
S2.50
Four
$3.75
Great
S5.00
Leaders
t
You can pay these pri- w
ces for Fine Spring Suits 5
during this great Remodel- A
ing Sale. w
I
I KewYork Clothing House i
f 311 Seventh St.
$7.50
95
If you want to know what selling clothing cheap means, come here. Manufacturers, dealers
and our customers themselves are amazed, astounded, at the prices at which we are selling fine
Spring '97 Clothing for Men and Children. But we must do it. We must close out this stock at
oncethere is no alternative we are positively and absolutely retiring from the clothing business
for good. The only way to sell this big stock quickly is to do so at a loss. We are doing this at
30 and 40 Cents on the Dollar.
Men's Suits.
Men'b Good Business Suits, in
Blue, Black, Twilled Gray. Our
retiring price $S.fSO
Men's Black TibbUh Cloth
Suitb. Our retiring price. .$3.75
One lot ot Men's Suits in Odds and
Ends, worth $10 to 15. Our re
tiring price S4.80
AlI-"Wool Imported Blue Serge
Suits, worth $12.50. Our retiring
price $5.80
Imported Clay Diagonal Suits,
sucks and cut-away frockb, worth
$15 00 and $10.00. Our retir
ing price $6.75
Bojs' hong Pnnth Suits, in brown
and gray twilled. Our retiring
price $1.98
Bojs' Long Pants. Suits, in nine
and black cheviot. Our retiring
price .. $2. SO
Office Coats...
S5C
Strictly All-wool Tailor-made
Finely-finished Blue Serge Suit;
wortli S12 50. Our Retiring
Price 84. SO
Strictly All-vool Blue Strge Coat
and Vest. Our ReUring
Price $3.25
Children's Suits.
One hot or Odds and Knds Chil
dren's Suits, worth $1 GO and $2.
Our retiring Price TGc
Fine All-Wool Children's Reef
er Suits, finely made, with braided
Sailor Collar. Our retiring
Price $1.30
Extra Tine Blue Cheviot Chil
dren's Suits, ages from 1 to 16
j earn Our retiring Price.. $1.48
One lot of Children's Knee Pants,
former price 35, 50 ond 60e. Our
retiring Pilce 15C
Men's Pants.
A lot of Kiegaut.good and sen Ice
able working Pants in Blue mid
3ILed Colois. Our retiring Price
GOC
One lot of Strictly All Wool Pants,
worth $2.00 and $1' .10. Our ic
tiring Price $1.25
Odds and Ends of $i, $5, $6 and
$7 Dress Pants Our retiring
price $1.50 and $2.00
Genuine Harris Cnssimere Pants.
Our retiring price $3.T5
Fine Imported French Worsted
Dross Pants, made expressly for
the '07 spring trade Our retiring
price $2.48
Garner & Co.
RETIRING
SALE,
7th and H Sts.
i 4"1I I B"l ill Major & Fettlt, O
AMflTUtD set M-uo-mu m
m B H tan m yrg
FRIEDLANDER
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We never miss an opportunity where cash and enter
prise will win! Yesterday there arrived the stock of M.
Ernst,7i5 Broadway the well-known fine clothing maker.
There are 2, 5OO suits, which we bought for spot cash at
less than half what it cost to make them. Today they
go on sale in just two lots. $4 and $6 for choice. The
values are extraordinary irresistible.
The Question of
Clothing Oneself
2,000
$10, $12,
$15 and
$18
Suits.
500
$8, $9
and
some
$10
Suits.
Tine Suits in all the latest shades
and patterns Over Plaids-Checks
Browns, eta. supcrblj tr.iloiedand
lined some with silk. Worth $10,
$12, $15 and $18. Tour Choice,
An elegant range of elegant
spring suits, In correct cloths and
fashionable patterns. Making per
fect in every respect. These are
regular $8, $9 and some $10 suits.
Tour choice
$
4
H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO.,
HandBomely, bb well as cheaply, io a question wo have
answered evor since wo opened our Clothing: Department. Here
are ranged styles in garments for both women and men that leave
nothing- to be desired. Latest fashions In cut and material, the
newest fanciefl In color, and at prices for Cosh or Credit lower than
you'd deem possible. Come and see.
Ladies StjUsh Coat Suits, ex
ceedingly v, ell-made costumes $4.98
Ladies' Fine Taney Silk Shirt
Waists, newest effects $2.75
Ladies' Fine Mixed Cheviot Coat
Suits, cry becoming and beauti
fully finished $T.f50
Ladles' Grenadine Skirts; fanoy
lnteillned; a special value at.... $3.T5
Ladids'flncqualltyBatisteShlrc
Waists An etra bargain value
at 39c
y
Ladies' FincPiguredBnlliantine
Skirls; full width; only $1.6f5
Men'b Bandsome Sack
Suits, in a variety or
pretty and tasteful pat
terns. A special ana uu
cqualed bargain at $6.50
Men's Stvlibh and very
well-made "and finished
DrebS Suits, at $9.50
Men's finefancy Wors
ted Pants. Our price. .$2.98
Men's New Spring Tints. .98c
Children's All-wool Knee
Pants. Special value 3C
Children Serviceable
Suits, well made, nice look
ing... 98c
JTine All-wool Children's
Cheviot Suits, very stylish
and well made $2.48
Boys' Lxtremcly Hand
some Finely Finished and
Good-looking All-wool
Cheviot Suits for $4,50
TO
m
Hi
CASH OE aJREIDIT-
IMIa-yer &c IFettit,
415-417 Seventh Street.
! JOHNSTONS,' 729 7th St.
Do not forget to bring your
PREMIUM CARD with you and
liavo It punched for each pur
chase. The 100-piece Dinner Sets of
decorated chinaware, 56-piece Tea
Sets of decorated chinaware, 10
piece Toilet Sets of decorated china
ware, are being dellered to those
presenting their completed prem
ium cards absolutely free.
Wholesale and Retail
Tou have the additional advan
tage of billing at thee special
rates, besides having the premium
cards punched. Ask at office for
new premium card.
ioIb lots
Levering's
Package
Coffee,
10 pounds of Levering's Tackage
Coffee $1.15 in 6m.dl quantities
Cwtlve and one-half cents pound.
Best
Eggs
In lots of 10 Dozen
Today Lest Eggs, by the dozen,
10c. Lots or 10 uozen for i!5 cents.
5lb lot of Prunes 4Kc
5 pounds of Sweet Oregon Prunes
Tor Z'A cents in sniallei quan'Jties,
5 cents pound.
HAG SALT 2 $c
In lots of 12J bags, 28c
rOTTmriONUL'E 4 c
POTTED 11AM .. 4c
In lots of 12 cans for 52c.
BAKED DEANS 7c
in lots or o cans, 3'Jc.
XIC. VAC CRACKERS 8c
GRAHAM WAFERS 10c
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Bes.
Elgin
Butter
S-lb Lots
5 lbs. Best Elgin Butter for $1.15
in smaller quantities at 25 cents
per pound.
Good Cheese 2C
c-pound lots of Cheese for CO cents.
Gum Drop Candy. 5c
5-poundlotsofGumDropCandy,23c.
ioIb lots
Arbuckle's
Package
Coffee,
11
yc
10 pounds of Arbuclde's Pack
age Corree for 1 15-in 'mailer
quantities, twelve and one-hair
cents pound.
Lots or G cans Elgin Condensed
Milk for 30 cents-in smaller quan
tities at 7 cents per can.
D. HV BRAND CO.nDENoED MILK,
PC.
Baby Brand Milk by the dozen,
sm c.
UAL CAN PEACHES loc.
Dy the dozen cans, SI 75.
10c. BOTS. AMMONIA 4c.
10c BOTS CATSUP 4c.
In lots of one dozen bottles, 40c.
HOMINY. GRIlb. 2 J,c
Iii lots of 10 iiouuds for 20c
STICK CANDY 5c
In lots or 10 lbs. Tor 4Uc
LARGE CANS TOMATOES.JJ "
In lots of 12 can-s for 72c
5-ib lots
of Best
Evaporated
Apples,
5-pound lots of best Evaporated
B. Id win Apples, 23 cents in smaller
quantities, 3 cents per lb.
DOZ.LARGEBXS.MATCHES .10C
IOC BXS. SCOTCH HERRING, Dfc
25c, BXS SCOTCH HERRING. 15c.
Special sale on Condensed Cream
the 15-ceut cans today for S cents
each.
TABLE OIL Sc
Table Oil in G-bottl.' lots, 43c.
BOX BALL BLUE 4c
Bo.xes Ball Blue, "outlining 100
ball" each, in 10-boxlots, 38c.
MACARONI Cc
In 5-10. lots for l5o
10c. CAKES SWEET CHOCOLATE,
3c.
FREE I
5 Ibs Sugar Free.
Todar each purchaser of one pound
of 50-cent Tea or 3 pounds or 30
cent Java and Mo hu Coffee, will
bcentitted too pomi.U .rBe-itGranu-latcd
faugar with the piircli.tte.
Best Package Oats,
per package
SJ 1 IIC UC3b 1K11 ix.lgC 'J-IUJ, IUUUJ U
cents per pacK-ige
I "WILBUR'S COCOA ISC
5 package- Wilbur's Cocoa, SSc
CHOCOLATE loC.
5 cakes Chocobite for 72 c.
Soap.
YzC
Special bargain !i Laundry Soap
25 cakes for 35c today.
BORAX SOAP 2 Kc
STARSOAP 2
10 cakes of I'ithjr Star jr Borax,
24C
JbVAro RATED PEACHES.... 6 -
5-lb.lotsofCaI.Evip. Pachcs,32a
Bist
Canned
Tomatoes,
lots of 12 cans,
The Best Stanlaul Tomatoes by
the can, six and lin-Snlf t tuts; lots
ot one dozen cans t 5 mik ner can.
G cents; Canned Lima 'Beans, 0 cents 3
per can.
IMP. RAISTNS Gc
5 lb". Imported Large Raisin.. 2c
I'LOUR 30c. SACK.
Best family Flour by bul., $4.75.
Best
Ginger
Snaps,
10 lbs. Ginger Snaps ror 34c.
SARDINES 3 S-c
10 boxes or Sardines for 33c.
ROLLED OATS 2 sc
10 lbs. of rolled oatb for 20c
Butterine
in five
pound lots,
Best Bnttcrlne, 5-pound quantities
for GO cents. By the smaller quan
tity, 14 cents pound.
KA VI' BEANS 2 viK
Feck of Best Navv Beans, 35c
CAROLINA KIOE 5 hi e
5-pouud qualtitics ror :J5c.
POUNDS (1 )()
SUGAR. tpl.UU
BEST CORNSTARCH 4c,
5 packages of Cornstarch, 10c.
Tib lots
of large
Lump
Starch,
7 lbs. of Large Lump Starch for 25
cents today fn smaller quantities
4, cents per pound.
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JOHNSTONS, T29 rth St.
The Bnsy Comer,
8th and Market Space.
S,KANN,SGNS&Co
Open until 9 p. m. on Saturday,
OUR
2d Grand Rebuilding Sale,
Hard-Boiled Facts!
STour patronage hangs on a thread thatP
thread is yoursatisfaction We treat you
Fairly and Honestly,"
Thererore that thread ha become a strong
cable between you and u,.
Our whole business aim Is to give youu,
the best or everything Tor as little 04 '
money will buy. yf
And -
From our big investments you realLccthftj -highest
rates or interest on your money.
Men's Goods.
Men's Percale and Cheviot OutingShirtS,
made witli yoke back full sie and
assorted slteve. lengtlis age
"4
Men b Sateen Outing Shirts, silk stitched,,
pearl buttons, yokebacUandextension
collar band 4SO
Men's Laundered Percale Shirts, all neat)
styles, open either back or front, wltheye-'
let- or pearl buttons, 2 collars ami
1 pair cuffs GOC.
I-
Men cLaundered WhiteShirts openbacls '
and front and open back 21 00 linen
bobom and cuff bands TSC
Boys Laundered Percale Shirrs, In black,
blue and brown pin-head dots, with 2
collars and 1 pair cuffs SOo
f
Men s Unlaundered White ShlrTs", re-en-forcd
back, jiatent tays and hand
work buttonholes. All sUes 3QO
f
Men s Night Robes, made of good quality
bleached mu-hn, full 52 Inches long, ,
plain and embroidered fronts 39o
Mi-n'sBalbriggan Shirts withdraw
ers to match, made of Maco yarn . 25c
Men's and Ladies' Silk Band Bow, -
In a large variety of styles laC
Silk Reversible Club Ties So
Ladies' New Stock Ties, vcryswell.ssc
Men's Tan and Black Half Hose, faU
regular made, double heels and
toes IS-Vo
Men's Silk Garters all colors XOO
Boys Plain and Fancy Silk Wind
sor Scarfs, with hemstitched euds..;L2.,fJ
ltt Floor Silverberg Annex. -
Open Until 9 p. m. on Saturdffyi
i- a
nKiU
lyiiy
e'bW,
8th and Market Spaci.
ALL MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
ATTENTION.
II NEW
SUITS,
Lots c f patterns herethat yKiean
not rind elsewhere new styles rrm
beginning to end and the prices
are tempting.
i
Don t buy a 6ult for yourilf or
ror the boys berore you have taken
a look through the only btock in
Washington that Is absolutely NEW
and up-to-date.
M. DYRENFORTH k CO,
20th Century Clothiers
and Tailors,
923 Penna. Ave. N. W.
7
RENT ONLY SI9 PER fOHTH
It is built of the best matt rial, bj day
labor, has S rooms and bath, verandah,
sanitary plumbing, city -water, g.is. hew
ers, porcelain lined roll-rim bath tubs,
electric bells, range, hot and cold -water,
speaking tubes, -outhern pine edge gram,
floors tiled fln-plntcs, liaixboiui mantels,
and are beautifully papered.
It Is erected on a terraced lot, with sub
stantial copings, stops and -walkx The lot
is lb feet wide by 100 feet In depth, to a
1 5-foot alley, shaded by a bcautiriil grove.
The location Is in Pctworth, near the Sol
diers' Home, on the Bright wood electric car
line. For further information apply to
KDYVIN A. rSVMAN, J
Gil Seventh Sr. X. W. '
S- -'& -.-S 'fefe 0
t A, LWAl'S IM.MACCLATE the ft
m f shirts and collars and cuffs 9
we send home. Look as If rreMi A
f frpm the store Eiltered -ivatcr and
careiui -work the secret. Postal V
a brings wagon m
sTE.VIl
UUMJKY,
pth and E Sts.
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