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THE MOBHISTG TIMES; THURSDAY, MAT 20, 1897
SHOES AT A SACRIFICE.
"We have culled from our shoe stockall small lots of men's
shoes in which the sizes have become broken, about live hundred
pairs, styles and shapes which have been our best sellers at $6.50,
56.00, 85.00, $4.00 "and $3.50. To close them out at once have
lumped them at the extraordinary price of
$1.90 a pair.
There are Patent Leather, Russets, Calf and Kangaroo, both
high and low cut. All styles of toe and only $ 1 .90 per pair.
Biggest clothing sale of the century, this disposal of the
ROGERS & CO. (New York) stock of Men's and Boys' Suits at
Sixty Cents on the Dollar-
There are all sizes in Plaids, Checks, Scotch Mixtures and
Plain Blue and Black Cheviots and Serges. Drop in today and
look them over.
Robinson 8c Chery Co.,
12th and F Sts. N. W. fis
TSace Ilustln was sent to jail for fifteen
days by Judge Mills yesterday afternoon
tor fctealing 2 from William Jones.
Letter Smith was arrested yesterday by
Detective Lncey for peUt larceny, on com
plaint of 'Maggie Fields. It Is alleged that
Lester stole Maggie's pet dog.
Buck Bradfchaw, a paralytic, was fined
$5 by Judge Mills yesterday afternoon for
raising a hatchet and threatening to drive
it through the body of Joseph W. Smith,
A fire in a woodshed In the rear of
No 510 Khode Island avenue, about 9
o'clock last night, caused slight damage.
The house is occupied by Ilairis Ferris,
and the property insuied.
The ladies of the Union Veteran Legion
will give a grand musicaleat the U. V. L.
Hall, No 910 Pennsylvania avenue, this
evening at 8 o'clock. By special request,
Miss Linton, professor of Delsarto at
Columbian University, will give a short
G. Toppomier, a grocer at No 1021 Four-and-a-half
htreet southwest, reported to
the police yesterday that on Tuesday night
come one had attempted to gain an en
trance to his store by forcing open a door
In the rear. The thieves were frightened
away by his dogs.
The grand Jury yesterday handed down
the following indictments: Charles Allen,
false pretenses; Arthur Miles, false pre
tenses: Charles A. Bodenier, housebreak
ing, John Parkinson, housebreaking; James
Bhodes, larceny from the person; George
"Wesson, second offense, petit larceny.
Justice Bradley will hear the aiguments
of the attorneys for Philip McElhone, who
was convicted recently for theft of cer
tain documents from the Library of Con
gress, tomonow morning. An application
was made by Messrs. Douglas and Duvall,
his attorneys, and the motion will be
heard In criminal couit, No. 1.
"Destitute, homeless and has no way
of earning nn honest llvllhood," was the
entry opposite the name of iloses Garnet
In the police court yesterday afternoon.
Moses is only eight years of age, and
when Judge Mills heard of his sad con
dition the tot was committed to the charge
of the loard of children's guardians during
A mysterious bullet, fired from an un
known source, crashed through the show
window or Collins' antique coin establish
ment, No. 1108 G street northwest, be
tween 7 and 8 o'clock yesterday morning,
and the First precinct police arc Investi
gating the matter to discover, If possible,
whether the leaden missile was fired ac
cidentally or by an enemy, who attempted
to assassinate the coin dealer.
Lacy's pure food ice cream, 90c. per gal
lon; water ices. C01-G03 N. Y. ave. nw.
Xerer palldo, COc.; Cal. Sherry, 50c.
and 3uc. qt. Chr. Xander, 909 7th st
DISTRICT BUILDLXG NOTES.
Items of Real Interest From the
The resignaUon of Moses Goldstein, ad
ditional police private, has been accepted.
The major of police has been instructed
to allow the use of powder to F. M. Bond,
In Cleveland Park.
The Ecklngton and Soldiers' Home Rail
way Company has been ordered to repair
roadway between the tracks at Firstand
F streets northwest and Eleventh and C
Police Private James E. Arnold has
been fined S10 for neglect of duty. Private
"W J. Mullowney has been fined $25 for
o Ilk? offense.
The following additional police privates
have been appointed: Thomas It. Welling
ton, Frank de Neal, II. "W. Marshall and E.
Folice Private J. M. Edwards has been
dismissed from the force for inefficiency,
conduct unbecoming an officer and grosb
neglect of duty.
Sometime bince Mr. B. F. Edwards and
others, residents of Langdon, requested the
Commissioners to suspend the police regu
lations prohibiting the riding of bicycles
onthesidewalks of that place.and yesterday
they were notified that it could not he
The Commissioners have officially re
commended that Ninth street southeast,
between E street and Pennsylvania ave
nue, and E street, between Ninth and
Tenth street-,, be placed upon the schedule
for future Improvements.
Kichard Hamilton, a $1,200 clerk onjhe
excise loard has been transferred to the
board of assistant assessors at the 6ame
compensation. 0. S. Cotton, driver, at
$000, under the loard of assistant asses
sors, hns been made clerk under the
excise lioard at $800 per annum. Frank
Howard, driver for the excise board, at
$540, transferred to driver for board of
assistant assessors at $600. The changes
to take effect at once.
The Commissioners yesterday applied
for a writinqulrendo de lunatico for Kate
Gairlty, now con fined in the Government
hospital for the insane.
The Commissioners yesterday transmitted
to Senator McMillan of the Senate Dis
trict Committee the plans and specifica
tions prepared by the inspector of build
lugs for information on the representation
of the "Woman's Christian Union Associa
tion and Home for Friendless Girls, that
It was the intention to erect a building of
this kind to accommodate sixty inmates
The estimated cost is $18,700.
r Bclio of the Thlcott Case.
Attorney Campbell Carrington stated this
Afternoon that it will be several days be
fore he appears before Judge Kimball to
argue hit motion for a new trial in the case S
of Alfred B. Talcott, the aged electrician,
charged with debauching five httle girls.
Mr. Carrington added that he has excel
lent exceptions and believes his motion
rlll be granted.
' Private rooms for furniture, clean, dry
ad secure, $3 per month. B. &b Storage
Co., 10 to 16 B Bt. ne. Telephone 112.
RECORDER'S AXE DROPS
A Woman Clerk in the Record De
ilrs. Montfriedery Succeeded by Dr.
Sheplinrd, of Xorth Carolina
Other Changes .Expected.
Already the official axe has begun its
dreaded swing at the recorder's office,
and as a consequence the clerks about
that end of the city hall were in a state
of suppressed suspense all day yester
day. Kecorder Cheatham left the building
at an early hour for the White House,
where he spent some in consultation with
the President regarding the affairs of
nis office. It was later reported that
several resignations have been asked for
by the recorder, and that some appoint
ments to fill the vacancies would be made
at onco The o'nly resignation demanded,
however, was that of Mrs. Kate D
Montfricdery, u clerk in the record de
partment. This change was the result, it is said,
of a letter written by the former chief
clerk, George Smith, whom ex-Kecordtr
Taylor deposed to appoint the lady clerk,
and a suit was filed at the time by Smith
in the court of claims praying for 2,200
Mr. Cheatham, It la said, was con
vinced of the Illegality of the change
and deposed Mrs. Montfrledery. Dr.
James E. Shcphard, of Durham, N. C,
was appointed to 1111 the vacancy caused
by the resignation of Mrs. Moutfriedery.
"I shall not make any more changes
for at least ten days," bald the lecordor
yesterday. "I want to fully familiarize
myself with the requirements of the of
fice before I take any definite steps in
the matter of appointments, and it will
take & week or ten days to do that."
FINED FOK ASSAULT.
Interfered in Domestic Matter
With the TJsuifl Itesnlt.
Isador Belmont, a young man who serves
lunches to the night force of printers on
the Congressional Record, and Charles
Kendall, a race horse trainer, weieiu the
police court dock yesterday afternoon,
charged with severely assaulting Harry
Daley, a bartender, near Fourth and I
streets northwest, last Monday evening.
Daley's nose was broken, a tooth knocked
out, his left eye blackened and closed,
beside otherinjurles He hud been knocked
secseles3 and was covered with blood
when Policeman Karry Lanahan arrived
on the scene and placed Belmont under ar
rest, Kendall making his escape.
The tiouble grew out of a controversy
Daley had with Mrs. Leita Crawford,
whose husband committed suicide a few
weeks ago. Belmont and Kendallappeared
as her champions, and assaulted Daley as
he was leaving the house. Belmont was
released on $5 collateral soon after his
arrest, but Prosecutor Mullowny was not
satisfied with that amount, and he was
brought in on an attachment. In the
meantime Kendall was arrested.
A number of ladies testified, and -a
cross-fire chaige of threats was brought
against Daley by Mrs. Crawford, who al
leged that he threatened to split her head
open with n hatchet, and spat three times
In her face. Attorney Albert Sillers ap
peared for Belmont and Kendall, and At
torney Eugene O'Neill for Daley.
After hearing the witnesses, Judge Mills
said Belmont and Kendall had waylaid and
brutally beaten Daley in front of his own
home about a matter in which they had
no interest. He fined them $20 each, or
sixty days in jail, and they went down.
The threats case against Daley wad dis
missed. POLICE COURT SENTENCES.
Colored Highwaymen Sent Up for
Assault and Robbery.
The session of the police court continued
until a late hour yesterday afternoon, as
Judge Samuel C. Mills tried all the dock
cases, Judge Kimball being engaged wltn
the jury trials. A -majority of the United
States cases were fights and assaults,
mainly the result of the too free use of
Alexunder Beachum was fined $10 or
thirty days in jail for assaulting "Willis
Banks; Mary Scott went to jail for two
mouths for assaulting Sadie Lynch with
a baseball bat; Eugene Boston, $10 or
thirty days for assaulting Policeman Mar
tin Brown, by seizing him in the collar;
AHred Newsby, $1 0 or thirty days for a
saulting Charles E. Haucr: John Stewart,
$10 or thirty days for assaulting Louise
"Waddy. John Srhrader, $5 or fifteen days
for rtriklngVilllam Ludley
The case or Frank Harrison, charged with
assaulting Jane Jackson, was continued
John Jackson, alias "Red Bill," and
Jerry Jones, colored, were found guilty by
a Jury or committing a brutal assault upon
Leonard and Frank Grimes, yuung white
men from the country. The purpose of the
assault was evidently highway robbery.
Judge Kimball sentenced the prisoners to
120 days each in jail without fine.
Bill of Complaint Filed.
A bill-of coniplalnt was filed yesterday
by Mary Francis Waite, sole executrix of
the last will and testament of the late
Amelia C. Waite, against Joseph Larocque, I
George Hoodley, and Charles C. Beaman, of
New York city, trustees of a sum left, the
income of which was left for her support
and maintenance and which income she al
leges has not been paid The plaintiff asks
that writs of subpoena may issue, to the
defendants commandlngtliem to appear and
show cause and that an order may be issued 1
directing thorn to comply with the provis
ions of the will.
Do you knotc that you can have the Morn
ing, Evening and Sunday Times deliveredat
your rcsideliceforJifty cents a monUi?
PRAY DON'T EXPECTORATE
Law Against Spitting in Public
Places Is in Force.
LOOKING FOR A TEST CASE
Lawyers Say the Failure of the
Ordinance to Reeojrnizo the Use
ful CiisiiidorelK a. Fatal Ominsion.
Street Cur Conductors Promise to
Be Lenient "With First Offenders.
The new order or the Commissloneis, pro
hibiting expectoration in the street care
and In all public buildings under the con
trol of the District, went into effect yester
day, and all those interested are anxiously
watchiugto seethe first ca3C tried underlU
So far no arrests have been made, butall
readers,Tf The Times are warned lest in un
unguarded moment they violate the new
la A', bo hauled into tin police court, and
their offense made a test case.
The new order is dated May 19 , and reads
"It is oulcrcd that Article X of the
police regulations be amended by adding
thereto the following section: That it
shall be unlawful for any person to ex
pectorate or spit in any pait of any rail
way or other public, vehicle which cut lies
passengers for hlie, or in or upon any
part of any public building under the
contiol of the Commissioners of the Dib
trict of Columbia. Street car companies
and the proprietors of other public ve
hicles carrying pnhbcugers lor hire shall
keep conspicuously posted in each and
every part of their cats or public vehicles
notices prohibiting such expectoration or
'Any person violating uny of the pro
visions of this regulation shall, upon con
viction in the police court of the District
of Columbia, be punished by a fine not
exceeding $10 and imprisonment for not
more than ten days in the workhouse."
It wus dlfcovcred by several of the law-
ycrs of the District yesterday that the new
law lias made an important omission In
not recognizing the existence of cuspidors
iu the public buildings. There are, say
these authorities, in most if not ull or
the public buildings in the city recepta
cles intended for the use of those in the
habit of expectorating, and if the law be
considered as mandatory or be strictly en
forced it means that every time one iibes
these cuspidors he makes himself liable to
This they say is a decided looseness
In framing the law, which may iu the
end make it null and void.
For tome reason the street car com
panies have notified their employes that
they are not to enforce the law until
June 22. No reason could be assigned
for this at the offices of the companies,
but it was thought that the officials
wished to give the public time to be
come accustomed to the new. order of
The notice posted up for the conductors
informs them that after June 2'S, it they
sec anyone violating the ordinance they
are to cnll an officer and have the offender
arrested, and if no officer be within coll
they arc to secure tiie names-of witnesses
and all the necessary data in order to have
a warrant issued at the firyt opportunity.
Streetcar conductors, as wellnsofficials,
however, all jotnln j;ayingthat they willgp
slow in the enforcement of the new regula3'
tlon, and only Inslt upon arrest.when the
violation.! most flagrant. Aaoncof them
"It 6ecms to me that this order re
quires common sense in its application, "t
is not intended for persons who absent
mindedly expectorate on the car floor
though It is intended to make them more
careful but for persons who continue to
spit and thus make themselves nuisances.
"I Imagine that it is levelled especially
against tobacco chewcrs, who often en
ter a car and make the space all around
them Impassable by reason of their filthy
"At any rate, we are not likely to hear
much of the new law until tiie closed cars
are used again, as the open ones give a
man plenty of opportunity to expectorate
in the street.''
THE HEALTH OF THE CITT.
Fucts Shown by the Weekly Vital
The report of the health officer shows
that the mortality of Uie city during the
past week remained below normal. The
deaths reported to the health depart
ment numbered eighty-five, of which
forty-seven were of whites and thirty
eight of colored persons. The annual
death rate was 15.7 for the whole popu
lation The range of diseases preva
lent was confined mainly to those of
the lungs, causing twenty-one deaths,
of the kidneys nine deaths, and of the
brain fifteen deaths. Infantile mortality
declined from twenty-one, by the last
report, to sixteen. Three fatal cases of
zymotic diseases were repoi Ud. one be
ing from dysentery and two fiom diph
theria. For this latter complaint two
houses were placarded during the week,
four were relieved of cards, and eleven
remained In quarantine. For scarlet
fever two houses were Isolated, while
two were released thtrefrom, and three
remained with warning caids.
Iho meteorological conditions were a
mean temperature of sixty-six degrees,
a mean relative humidity of eighty-one,
and a mean barometric pressure of 20 84.
The thermometer rose from forty-seven
degrees on the 9th to eighty-three on
the 1 0th, ranging thirty-six degrees.
The winds were southerly, with an aver
age movement of seven miles per hour,
and the rainfall for the week was 3.69
Druggist Bodenier Acquitted.
Mr. Alfred Bodenier, a druggist, at No
805 Seventh street northwest, was ac
quitted by a police court jury yesterday
afternoon on the charge of practicing medi
cine without a license. The cabe was
brought by the health office, and it was
alleged that Mr. Bodenier circulated hand
bills advertising himself as "I)r A Bode
nier." Also that he prescribed for differ
ent persons. The jury concluded, however,
that the allegations had not been proven. "
The Best Remedy for Rheumatism.
From the Fairhaven (N. T.) Register.
Mr. James Rowland, of this village,
states that ..for .twenty-five years his
wife has'been a sufferer from rheumatism.
A few nights ago she was In such pain
that she was nearly crazy. She sent
Mr. Rowland for the doctor, but he had
read of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and
instead of going for the physician he
went to the store and secured a bottle
of it. His wife did not approve of Mr.
Rowland's purchase at first, but never
theless applied the Balm thoroughly, and.
in an hour's time was able to go to
sleep. She now applies it whenever she
feels an ache or a pain and finds that It
always gives relief. He says that no
medicine which she. had used ever did
her as much good. The 25 and 50 cent
sizes for sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale
and Retail Druggist, 938 F st. and
Conn. ave. and S st. nw.
The Greatest Bargains!
Come and see if these are not the biggest values at the
biggest savings to be found from one end of Washington to
the other. You know when we say bargain it is for something
worthy your prompt attention.
IF YOU HAVEN'T COT CASH YOU'VE GOT CREDIT
Just look here that's all
we ask we arc confident
you can't no better. Ours
are all up-to-date Tables,
und our- prices are down-to-the-bottoiu.
As a starter
Here you are Solid Oak,
with cane seat, high back
and in every way a better
Chair than you ever saw
before for .
Made of Solid Oak, with
cane seat and "Comfort
Arms" a big bargain, in
It'B pretty generally un
derstood by this time thatfor
the best satisfaction in Mat
tings you must corne here.
For size of stock wealth
of quality neatness and,
originality of pattern and
lowness of price we stand
without a peer. "We know
you know it bv the way
you're buying. "We lay them
free, too. Prices bturt at
TROUBLES OF A TYPEWRITER
Dorothy Squires' Complaint Against
Charles E. Barber.
Series of Allegations .Cliarfrinjr I'er-
uecution Filed iu the Courtn.
Seelis X.iiv'ii Protection.
A bill of complaint 'was filed before the
supreme court Qf the District yesterday
by Dorothy E. Squires against Charles B.
Barber, In whicb-the plaintiff avers she
was formerly employed as typewriter for
Harber and thatfor good reacocs she left
him three years, ago. She avers that about
a year ago she determined for reasons, well
known to I5arber,to sever all relations with
him, and that Jier mother and other
mcmlKJrs of the family were cognizant of
her determination. She farther allegee
that she then icquested the defendant to
refrain from speaking or writing to her or
coming where film wus.
Since that time, she avers, he has threat
ened to injure her character, and com
pelled her at certain times to see him and
to act in waye contrary to her wish, and
with threatening to disgrace her and her
family if she did not do so.
Plaintiff ali alleges that she has been
made miwrable and unhappy by the con
duct of the defendant, and is determined to
oppose lils wishes, and that she has
notified Barber verbally, by writing
and through her mother and brother and
the police authorities, that he must cease
his annoyances and threats, and that if he
continued to do so she would expose the
matter regardless of the publicity.
The plaintiff then avers that since her
determination was made to him he has
pe sistently followed her, insulted her and
threatened to ruin her reputation and that
of her family if she did not submit to his
wishes, and that finally she was compelled
to have her mother accompany her to and
from her work for protection from his
The result of this was an affray between
Barber and her brother on the 14th Inst,,
and the arrest of Barher. Upon his promise
in writing and verbally that he would
not harass her any more the case was
continued In the police court. She charges
that Barber has failed to keep his promise,
but persists In annoying her, and that on
Monday last he came to her office in the
Post building and, against her wishes and
protest, grossly insulted her and threatened
her In the presence of others.
She prays that during the pending of
the suit Barber may be restrained from
in any way annoying her, either at her
home, 327 C street northwest, or at her
place of business or elsewhere. Mr. Camp
bell Carrington represents the complainant.
Building Permits Issued.
The following building permits were is
sued yesterday: Thomas Blaguen, Sixteenth
and Albermarle btreets, frame stable, cot
$G00; Mrs. Goddard, 1630 Connecticut
avenue, brick addition, to cost $3,000; P.
J. Haitigan. 339 Lincoln street, Aaacostia,
one-story frame addition, to cost $200;
George Vernelf, 312 Four-and-a-half street
southwest, repairs to cost $250; "W. N.
Payne, rear 3139 N street northwest, brick
back building, cost $250.
Bill in Kquity Filed.
A bill in equity was filed yesterday by
Henry A. Griswold, trustee, against William
Francis Adams, Ada.Virginia Adams, Annie
Catherine Wilsofl, and George. Wilson, Junior
beneficiaries under the last will and testa
mentof Mary RoseiMartin, praying that the
court construe the will, of which he has
been appointed trustee, and suitable di
rections concerning his duties as tnihtce.
Phillips and McKenney represent the plain
tiff. Garden Party-for St. andiae!'.
The Guild of St. Michael's and All Angels'
Church will give a garden fete today, at
the grounds of Mr? John K. McLean, Nine
teenth and T streets,- under the manage
ment of prominent society ladies who will
bentl their energies toTeuder the occasion
one long to be reihembered with pleasure.
Refreshments will beserveu under the trees,
presided over by the most attractive ladies
Out of our hundred or
more i-tyles, matie of every
variety or proper wood,
handsomely finished, you
must be able to find just
the suite you want, our
leader is a Solid Oak Suite
Certainly a handsome lino
some plain someelutorate
all new and big values.
"We've got as a special offer
a full size Metal lied, with
brabs rail and cast brass
Every popular, properkind
of a Couch, upholstcieU in
every serviceable, sightly
material. If you want a
Couch come here where
there's a complete line. A
spienuiu one tor-
"When you can get the
choice of the styles made
by the three best makers
in the country, no need to
look any further "We've
the three and they fill a
rioqr for us. New design
btrong, well-built carriage
for little money. Prices be
EDWIN A. NF.WMAN, 611 Seventh St. N. W.
LOOK BETTER, WEAR LONGER
Than any others sold In "Washington.
"As cool as a
cm You11feelas"cool as a cucumber" S
?s after preparing the summer meals a
N by means of a Gas Cooking Stove! a
No dirt no odor no danger and ?
g very inexpensive. Let us show you ?
Jh our line of Gas Cooking Stoves. Jj
X Very reasonably priced $8 and up.
Gas Appliance Exchange,
8 1424 New York Ave. 8
nnipiI V neat cured by Der
I II I U IV L I matologist "Wood
I II I U IV u I xturv, 1-JT "W. 42d
St., N. Y. All skin diseases cured.
Consultatlonfrec. Use FacialSoap.
It is pure. Send 10c. for Beauty
Book and sample of either "Wood
bury's Facial SoaporFacial Cream.
The following marriage llcens.es were
Edward O. Castell and Mary Margaret
Stamfer D. Blqxton, of Staunton, Va.,
aud Amanda F. Miller, of Augusta county,
Charles D. Heller and Maggie F. Duvall.
"William Garrison and Harriet Diggs.
Edward F. Ambler and Mathilda Jones.
Charles Dorsey aud Elizabeth Thorn.
George Herbert aud Rosa Carter.
Goodwin Lee and Hattie G. Rowliuson.
Peter J. Marouey and Elizabeth S. Quiu
lan. John Roszcl, of Fairfax, Va., and Edith
Hunter Strickler, of Fauquier, Va.
Taylor Bannister, of Charles county, Md ,
and Mary Henson, of this city.
Andrew Hill and Etta Marshall.
James E. Byrd and Mamie B. Minor.
Henry F. Burke, of Alexandria, and Delia
M. Harrcll, of Prince George county, Md.
Benjamin F. Jewell and Nancy A. Love
less, of Prince "William county, Va.
Frank King andMollieO'Kemp, of Balti
William Dixon and Nannie "Wilkerson, of
Fairfax county, Va.
MAYER & PETTIT,
SAVING money on Furniture, Furnishings,
and Clothing Men's, Women's and Chil
dren's is the aim of every careful house
keeper. OUR GREAT SALE offers the
chance of a lifetime for economy in this direc
tion. See the tremendous values our advertise
ment offers in this morning's Times. Credit to
one and all, and the easiest of easy terms.
MAYER & PETTIT
Our make is lined with
charcoal sheathing.aud that
keeps the cold in and thealr
out. They're all fitted
with air-light locks pat
ent drip cups and everything
that is known to experience
as contributing to perfect
satisfaction. Large variety
or styles. Trices begin at
"When we show you 75
styles of Sideboards yoiiseo
all that are worth seeing.
tered Oak Sideboard, with
oval French plate .nirror
for S2G, it's a bargain. Oth
ers ranging in price up
You don't buy one every
day, and when you do buy
you want a good one. See
our floor full of Frame and
Overstuffed Suites, In the
latest styles all well made.
'Lowest prices. Do you know
you can get a 3-plece Gold
Leaf Suite at i135? Here's
another bargain; 5-piece
Mahogany finished frame
Is usually a finger-board to wealth. It
points out the road clearer than anything
else can. There's money to be made in
real estate lota of it; if you buy at once,
while prices are down. The greatest bar
gain in acreage property the District of
Columbia affords at tfils time Is a tract
lying just north of Brightwood, on the
line ot improvements, 300 feet above tide
water. It contains 10 acres and fronts
on Brightwood avenue electric car line.
City water and gas mains; a 6ewer is to
be built. To a prompt cash buyer this
property will be sold for about one-third
of its former price. For further particu
lars apply to
OUR STOCK AT
Marked Prices for
Men's So Suits choice for $3.75
Men's 57 Suits choice for H23
Men's J10 Suits choice for $7.50
Men's S12 Stilts choice for 83.00
Men's 15 Suits choice for 111.25
If you want it.
M. Dyrenforth & Co.,
5? - 20th Century Clothiers,
923 Penna. Ave. N. W.
Hauls anything and everything. Nothing
too light, nothing too heavy. Personal at
tention. Storage at low prices. Special
rates to contractors.
'Phone Nos. -03 and 1575.
Branch office, Western Union Telegraph
"! 935 D St. N. W.
NERVOUS TROUBLES, all kinds, cured
With ANIMAL .EXTRACTS. Freo Book"
tells how. "Wash'n Chemical Co.. "Washing
ton. D. a
41 5-41 7 7th St.
The Busy Cornar,
8th and Market Space.
2d Grand Rebuilding Sale
It were not that a lav.- like that of nature
rules supreme here, within a Bhorter
time than you think this great store
would be empty- Like the butterfly,
goods flutter away and are gone, we know
not where; yet there Is no such thing as a
vacuum no empty space; every shell
under a load of special good values-
Great large cakes of pure Elder
Flower Soap.. .. 40
Extra large cake of Coco Soap, a
floating soap, made of vegetable oil. .40
Oatmeal Soap, special, VL cakes in
Large bottle Lavender Salts lOo
Napier Almond Meal SGO
Bicycle Cloth, for cleansing and pol
ishing all parts of a bicycle 50
Large bottles of Ammonia, rubber
25c packages of Ladies Tan or
Black Shoe Polish IOO
1,000-sheet roll of Finest Quality
Toilet Paper go
Large Box Borax qq
Special sale of Solid-back Hair
Special lot of Genuine French Tooth
Talcum Toilet Powder qq
50 dozenBestStockinetteShieldsand ,
Pure Rubber Nainsook Shields, in
every size 50
Pure Rubber Japanese Silk Shields,
the best summer Shield ever used ISC
60 pieces Mixed Gray and Black BelUng,
9 yards to piece; imported German
goods -the very special price of 10c piece
Beautiful Standard Belting fancy wo
ven threads in white, blue, and pink
piece of 9 yards 2lo
Genuine i!iair Belting, Ui gray, wnite,
black 9 yarus German made extra
quality 25c piece
1,200 pieces or riain Color, klue. Pink,
Lavender Eone Casing silk stitched
only Ta PIECE
3-stripe Bone Casing 9-yard piece
all colors iqc PIECE
8th and Market Space.
All mall orders receive prompt attention.
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1 Your Credit
1 is Good
B here to buy "Watches, Diamonds,
E Jewelry, Silverware, etc. Any ar-
C tide of Jewelry in our immense stock
E can be bought at the lowest cash
E prices and on very easy terms-a
JS litUe down and a little each week.
E Two price "hints;"
rs Men's 14-karat Gold watch, only
E S20; payable $5 down, SI weefclv
E Quidrupta Silver-plated Tea Set, only
E s-12.50; payable, $10 down, SI
1 JACOBS BROS., 1229 Pa. Ave.
Sevonth an I H Stre-t
Busy business men,
here's an eye help.
Our lenticular bi-focal glasses are an
Ingenious combination of a reading and
"far sighted" lens and do away with
the necessity of carrying two pair.
Made in skeleton or rimmed styles.
Glasses from SI up.
H. H.BROWN, 1010 F St.
No other house does, ever did, or ever
will sell such sterling qualities at such
low prices as we quote.
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I it's Going to Be hot I
. this summer. Last summer will
' be cool compared to it so the
I weather prophets say. Better get A
those electric fans rigged up in
1 your office and home at once. 9
I "We'll supply the motive power A
U. S. Electric Lighting Co., J
213 14th st. nw. 'Phone, 77. 4
CereK Flour ina3.es more Bread,
makes whiter Bread, makes better
Bread, than any other flour mann
factored. Beware of imitations of
the Brand "Ceres."
FOB SALE BT AUL GROCEBS.
1R. RAINES 'OLDrV SPECIFIC Cl'KRJ
It can bo given n-ltlinnt the knowledge of
the patient in coffee, tea or articles of fooa; will
effect a permanent and gpeedy enre. whether th
patient is n mnrloratc drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Hook of particulars free, to be had of
V. P. William Ac Cw. 9th k F8t.S. WW:iH.ta, D.C.
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Prop's. Cincinnati, 0.
SlT-Wllta for their Bok on M-rrMo iriMt." Billed fc
J The only reliable female regulator
Never Fall. Soldbr dmarsrlsbL 83.00
Semi 4c for Woman'.SafesrHrd.
$ fit -Kii.