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THE MOKOTffG tflMES SATTJlV&AY, ALrGfT7T 7, 189T.,
?f 3 vW
1& values here at all times. Spe
cially big ones just now.
i off on Men's Snits.
A off on Youths' Suits. .
ZA off on Bicycle Suits.
ji off on all Shoss
6 off on Straw Hats.
All small lots of Children's Short
Pants Suits and Separate Pants
Robinson & Chcry Co,,
12th ?nl F Sts. N. W.
Postmaster William Huteliins, of George
town. ha left for a fortnight's stay ac
The pavement In front of Nos. 21S to
23-1 Third Area is reported to 'be in a
Lena Wo., a eolorqd servant, was locked
np in No 3 police nation laht night,"
charged with profanity.
E. F . Smith, of 1 220 G street northwest,
has been awarded Hie contract Tor building
the Porclicster, S. C, court hoase, at
President M N. Freeman, of the Ana
costta Building Association. ie beriously
ill -with typlioid fever at Lis home on
Good Hope Hill.
Robert Lei Taylor war arrested yesterday
uy Officer Potter and placed behind the
bars at the Third precinct station for
Owing to tiie kindness of Capt. Blalce.
the children of St. John's Orphanage
Association, were enabled to enjoy a trip
down to .Marshall Hall yesterday.
During the past few days a large num
ber of workmen iia ve bsan employed in lay
ing new j-einent tJdewnlks along Vermont
avenue, from Thomas. Circle to N street,
Willie Williams, a white boy, seventeen
years old, was knocked down by a horse
and wagon in the Smithsonian ground.
yeterdav morning, and had his fingers
Her. Air. Jack&on prpached yesterday
evening in the tent service or Ebenezer A
M- E- Church. Hcv. Lr. Moore, secretary
of the Alrican Methodist Association, will
preach uext Sunday.
Mr. Thomas S. Darnelllc, while return
Ing to hip home laht evening, was taken sick
at the corner of Thirty-third and R ttreets
northwest. He was removed to his home
at No. 3041 N street northwest.
Hayes Anderson, Ambrose Harris, John
Harris, Harry narris and George Harris,
all colored youths, were arrested last
night by Officers Paihatu and Burllngame
charged with throwing mlsbiles at the
corner of Twenty -fifth and I streets
Robberies were reported today as fol
lows: By E. Lyon, stolen from his home,
No. 432 Eleventh street southeast, on
Monday evening, gold watch and 'chain:
by John E. Jackson, stolen from his house,
No. 00ft li street southwest, last Wednes
day, a small iron bank containing 20 or
B. AND O. BULLETIN.
Atlantic pty, ?3 round trip, this Satur
day; special through to tne shore, leavln
Washington 3:30 p. n:. Returning leave
"Atlantic City 7:00 p. in. Sunday.
Bay Ridge. 50 cents for the round trip;
trains leave 9:15 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
Cape May, Atlantic City and Sea Isle
City, 10 a. m. and 12 noon. Friday and
Saturday, good to return until following
Excursions to the country Saturday and
Kunday, good to return until Monday, at
Niagara Falls ten-day tour, 10, Au
gust 12. Special from Washington 8:lo
a. m. Best line to the Falls. Stop-over al
lowed at Watkins Glen, Geneva, Roches
ter and Buffalo. Parlor car seats reserved
Jn advance at No. 707 Fifteenth street, No.
613 Pa. avc. and B. & O. depot.
Changes ip the Police Department.
The police force of Washington is all
agog over the changes it is rumored are
about to be made. To get the best results
it Is necessary to have the best material to
work with. This rule fits your physical
condition as well as anything else. If
you're "fagged out" these warm days and
feel as though you would collapse, don't
tiifle with an" Inferior stimulant, but 'get
Tharp's Berkeley Whisky, the purest whisky
made. For full quarts the price is 1.
Only obtainable at 812 F street, '-Tharp's."
Excursion to Point Breeze Parle via
Pennsylvania It. H. Sunday,
Special train will leave Washington at
8 a- in., Sunday. August 8, for Point
Breeze Park, near Baltimore. Returning.
train will leave at 9:10 p m. Round-trip
rate, -$l- au3-5t
The Hast Dny
for Panels. Get one today or tonig"ht.
Grand Uiion Tea Co., 621 7th St. nw.,
opposite Patent Office It
It Is alw.ayb gratifying to receive testi
monials for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea. Remedy, and when the in
dorsement is from a physician it is espe
cially so. "There is no more satisf actor y or
efiective remedy than Chamberlain s Colic,
Cholera and DiarrhoeaReniedy,"' writes Dr.
R E. Robcy, physician and pharmacist, of
Olnoy, Mo.; and, as he has used the Remedy
In his own family and sold it in his drug
More Tor six years, he should certaluly
know. For sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale
and Retail Druggist, 9.18 F street; Connecti
cut avenue and S street northwest, and
1428 Maryland avenue northeast.
J-Casc of 24 bottles only $1 1
Order a Case
2 Drop us a postal or tele- g
B phone and we'll deliver
g you a case of our famous ffl
"Champagne" or "Ruby"
g Lager promptly. Both Cg
S are pure and satisfying.
II finiSiniftlir M ?
are made of pure Hops
and Malt, properly aged,
and are famous for their
brilliancv and delightful J
flavor. The former is
light, the latter is dark.
f-Cato of Si bottles delivered In
Slilettcred tr-agons for only 01.09.
lArlto or telephone.
Washington Brewery Co.,
4th and F Sts. U. E. 'Pkoae 12?3
MASSAGED THE STATESMEN
Members of Congress and Cab
inet Visited Mrs. De Forrest's.
TESTIMONY OF JULIA YOUNG
Some Startling Testimony Is De
veloped Jn the Tlntblujr House
Case Judge Declined to QunsU"
the Indictment on the 11 ea of
Mrs. .Minnie Dn Forrest, whose trial In
the police coiirc Thursday and yesterday
upon the charge or conducting a bawdy
house at No. 1408 Pennsylvania avenue
under the guise of a massage estuhlish
moiiD lins been fully reported in The Times,
was yesterday convicted by verdict of the
Attorney Fulton, her counsel, however,
gav notice that he will cake tne case to
the court of appeals upon a number of
exceptions which he had taken to Judge
Miller's rulings. He also asked for an ar
rest of judgment, which was. granted and
the prisoner again released upon her for-
The sensation or the trial occurred yes
terday afternoon, when Julia 1'oung, one
of the 'uiuates, said, in reply to a ques
tion, that the place had for its patioas
members or Congress and at least one
i-nad or a Government department
Conim'islouer Wight, who has evinced
great interest in the prosecution of the
case, was present during the greater part
of the trial, as was also Major Moore.
They both sat diicctly behind Assistant
Iiistrict Attorney Mullowny, who con
ducted the case for tlu Government, and
listened with deep Interest to the testi
mony. Mis. De Forrest, stylishly attired and
resplendent In diamonds,-sat beside her
attorney. She appeared nervous, chewing
continuously upon a large wad of gum
which sh. had in her mouth, and bcveral
times attempted to interject remarks, for
which she was finally rebuked by the
Mr. Simon Lelbrehuetz, who lives at No.
1410 Pennsylvania avenue, next door to
Hit mar-sage establishment, wah the firsc
witness t-alli-d yesterday morning. Hestated
that his attention was called to the house
by the number of men who called there.
Some of them eeemed to be under the In
fluence of liqoor. They would often come
to ms uouse by mistake, louug women
alfo occasionally came to the house He
was annoyed by the place only on account
of the general reputation it gave the neigh
borhood. The Government here rested its case, and
Lawyer Fulton then made a motion that
the case should be taken from the jury.
He claimed thnt the evidence introduced
by the Government fell far short of prov
ing the establishment of a bawdy house,
and, therefore, that the charges would be
dismissed. JlfJ-gted that the only ones
who testirUut-toiteyll practices in the house
were the inmates themselves, and they
testified that all such practices were with
out the knowledge of Mmc- DeForreat
Mme. De Forrest's establishment, he
maintained, wasa vaporbath andmassage
place only, and whenever the inmates did
anything further than artministerthe baths
they did what they were not employed for.
Any hotel-keeper might be brought up on
a similar charge on account of the miscon
duct of his employes, or a private house
holder on account of his servants.
Judge Miller overruled the motion and
the attorney noted an appeal.
Mr. Fulton then addressed the jury, say
ing that the case against; Mrs. De Forrest
would rest not upon the woman's previous
reputation, nor upon what some persons
thought the establishment was, but upon
what the evidence showed It to be. The
charge of bawdy house, he said, had been
brought by a dissatisfied employe of Mrs.
De Forrest, whose trunk was held for debt.
After making the accusation this woman
fled, knowing that she could not substan
Mrs. Julia Toting, one of the Inmates,
was then recalled to the stand for the de
fense. "For whatpnrpose were you employedby
Mrs De Forrest7" Attorney Fulton asked.
"To give massage and vapor baths."
"For any other purpose?"
"Were you guilty of the unnatural
practice charged by Miss "West yesterday?"
"No, sir," indignantly. "I don't know
why Miss West should say such a thing."
"Why did the men give you extra
money?" aFked Mr. Mullowny upon cross
examination. "Well, we bnd an arrangement with
Mrs. DcForrcst that we were to receive
$2 or over for baths, and sometimes the
gentlemen gave us more."
"What kind of men called there?"
"Oh, Representatives, Senators, and in
one Instance a Cabinet member."
"Some of the most prominent business
men In the city."
"No lawyers, I hope,' said Mr. Mul
lowny in a quizzical tone.
Mabel Marlowe, another in mate, was the
"What use does Mrs. De Forrest make of
"Simply her vapor bath and massage
"Any other purpose?"
"No, sir.' .
Miss Marlowe was asked a number of
other quesUons, which she answered with
out hesitation, and at the close of her testi
mony a recess of half an hour was taken.
Af tor recess Harry Ecklof f, collector for
an installment bouse, was placed on the
tand. He testified that he went to the
house on business a number of times and
had never seen anything which might in
dicate that the place was disorderly.
Benjamin FrankllnCapito, a livery stable
keeper, testified that he had taken care of
Mrs. De Forrest's hoise and carriage. He
had also visited the house on various occa
sions and had observed noimproperactlons.
William Redmond, who was tried in the
police court a short time ago charged with
threatening the life of the Woman with
whom he lived, also a massage operator,
gave further testimony as to the good
character of the establishment.
Mary De Sales, colored, a servant of
1 The Hallwood
Mrs. De Forrest, gave evidence that ahe
had several times made up a bed in the
titird story which was unoccupied at
Mrs. De Forrest, she said, in answer to
a question, bathed only one man.
Dr. J.B. Piatt, a dentist, testified that
he had visited the place professionally
several times and had never observed
any improper actions on the part of the
The defendant herself was then placed
upon the stand. She gave evidence to the
erfeet tnat she hud .never given instruc
tions to the attendants except as to
baths. In reply to a question by her
counsel she said that she Is thirty-nine
years of ago and had been In Washington
since October 20, 1806. She had con
ducted themessuge establishment on Penn
sylvania avenue lor nearly a year.
"What methods are employed in the
"Oh," was the reply, "they are sup
posed to lie between two sheets, while
the attendant gives the massage treat
ment." "Are the patrons not nude?"
"Well, sometimes, they wear trunks."
"Do they disrobe in tho presence of
the female attendants?"
In reply to a question from the prose
cueing attorney, the defendant admitted
tfiat her real name was Huntley; that she
was married, and had several children,
but added; "however, that has nothing
to do with llKicass."
During the cross-examination the defend
ant several times went into long tirades
and once astounded the judge by requesting
that she might be allowed to ask the
prosecuting attorney a question.
'No!" thundered the court; "I warn
you once and for all that you will be
fined for contempt of court if you do not
confine yourself to answeiing the ques
tions put to you.
The case w as closed with the defend
ant's testimony, aud after extended ad
dresses y the counsel, the cast was given
to the jury. They remained out for about
hair an hour before the vei diet was brought
REPORT ON THE AQUEDUCT
Capt. Gailliird, in Charge, Submits
Facts and Figures.
Interesting Data Relating: to tho
Tunnel "Waste und Consumption
Nearly Doubled in Ten Years.
Capt. D. D. Gail'.ard ho,s reported to Gen.
Wilton, chief of engineers that the total
amount that has been expended for the
construction and maintenance of the aque
duct aud Its accessory works to June 30,
1807, including the "Washington aqueduct
tunnel and the uew reservoir near Uoward
University was $0,490,710.51, of which
amount the District of Columbia paid
During the month of July the height
of the water on the gauge at the mouth of
the conduit at Great Falls has varied be
tween 151.1 and 151.7 feet above tho
datum plane. During the month the con
dition or the water at the dlstributingges
crvolr, divided into days, was as follows:
Very turbid, 4days; turbid, 2 days; slightly
turbid, 3 days; clear, 22 days. Excluding
the days when the water was purposely
lowered, In order to measure the consump
tion of water, the level at the distributing
reeervoir varied between 145.85 andl-i.G.00
feet above the datum plane.
The filling of the narrow, shallow strip
of the Daleearlia reservoir near the south
connection has been completed. A small
boathouse was built at the DalecarUa
reservoir. Slight repairs were made to
the conduit road and the ditches and em
bankments cleaned. From the channels
around the Dalccarlla reservoir were re
moved about 100 cubic yards of sand de
posited by the storm of July 7. The trees
blown down by the storm were removed.
On July 3 and S current meter observa
tions were taken in the conduit at manhole
No. 30. Those taken on the latter date
areof greut interest, as they actually meas
ured the maximum discharge which can be
developed in the portion or the conduit be
tween Great Falls and the DalecarUa reser
voir during the lowest stage or the Potomac
with the draw raised 2 1-2 feet, the conduit
thoroughly cleaned. The mean velocity
July 8 Tvas 1.802 fret per second, corre
sponding t a discharge of about 75,500, 000
gallons In twenty-four hours, or about
31,000,000 gallons per day more than the
present average daily consumption and
Ten years ago the average dally con
sumption and waste was 35 per cent of
the ultimate capacity of the conduit. Now
is is ahout 60 per cent. During August it
is proposed to clean out deposits at the
mouth of the conduit. All the copper and
galvanized Iron wire has been delivered
for the construction of the proposed tele
phone line between Great Falls and the
office in tills city.
One hundred and twenty-five poles have
also been delivered, and application bas
been made to the District Commissioners
for the necessary permission to string a
pair of copper wireson the Districtof Colum
bia fire alarm, and the Districtof Colum
bia arm of the Western Unlonpoles, between
the office and the Conduit Toad.
New Building Permits.
The following permits were issued
the inspector of buildings yesterday:
Henry Schneider, 1203 and 1205 New
Jeruey avenue, two brick dwellings, cost
$7,000; Mary A. Bobbins, repairs to 1708
Fifteenth 'street northwest, cost 5200;
"Lizzie Ryder, rear 1337 New Jersey ave
nue southeast, cost $200; James J. Sheeny,
2014 P street northwest, repairs,' cost
Navy Yard -Vs.
Offiee. Last night the pie-walk contest at Con
gress Heights was attended by thousands.
Owing to the contest being very close, it
was decided to repeatittonlght. New elec
tric line runs to the park from Navy Yard
bridge. Admission free.
$3.00 to Atlantic City and Return
via H. & O.
By special train leaving Washington at
3:30 p. m. , Saturday, August 7. Re
turning, leave Atlautic City 7 p. m. Sun
A riarvel of riechanlcal f kill.
Persons contemplating the purchase of
a Cash Register should not fall to see the
NEW HALLWOOD, manufactured at Co
lumbus, Ohio. These Registers embrace
within themselves complete business sys
temsT suitable for auy and all kinds of busi
ness, large or small. They are the most
complete Registers manufactured, and the
only Registers in the world having DE
PARTMENT TOTALS and a GRAND
TOTAL of the Department Totals. At any
hour or minute of tho day the proprietor
can tell at a glance tho exact condition of
his business, both in detail and in total.
Please call or send for catalogue.
Hallwood Cash Register Office,
1304 F STREET N. W.
OF YOUR LIFE!
No wonder wc are doing all the business! It's natu
ral that we should with prices cut clear "below cost.
This stock of Men's. Boys' and Children's Clothing, and
the Men's Furnishings, must be closed out before Aug
ust 15, no matter what the loss. On that date
THIS FIRM DISSOLVES!
Here arc some of the prices that talk. Spend your
money where you can get the most for it :
Men's Fine Crash Suits, $1.88,
Men's Alpaca Coats UuG
Men's Dress Suits $4.2b
Men's Linen Suits J)Z. 4U
Very fine Serge Suits .... 4)0. Z0
Men's EusInesaSuits 4)0 UU
Men's Fancy Tests- boC
Men's Silk Coats andVests $2.50
Children's Wash Suits .. 2b C
Children's Wash Pants .. I UG
Per visit Is our only charge, ALL MEDICINES and
All Diseases of a SPECIAL NATURE are treated
for One Dollar per visit until cured.
WHAT WE TREAT AND CURE:
Emissions, Varicocele," Syphilis, Nervous Debility, Stricture, Oleet,
Impotency, Unnatural Discharges, Lost Manhood, Kidney and Bladder
yOTT-G 2dKN, :M3DDLF.-AGED OR OLD JlKN" suffering from the vices
and errors of youth, mid troubled with Nervous Debility, Loss of Mem
ory, Hnshfiiloess, Confusion of Ideas, Deiidnehe, Dizziness, Paiplta
tlou of the Heart, "Weitlc Buck, Durk Circles Aronnd tiie Dyes, Xluiplcs
on the Face, Doss of Sleep, "Tired Feel inir in the Srornlnjr, Evil ForehodliiKs,
Dull, Stupid, A-viThlon to Society, No Ambition, Bad Taste in tho Moutli,
Dreams and Nlht Lo,ses, Deposits in tiie Urine, Frequent Urination,
bOiiD'tlnies accompanied with tHlit bnrnlni;. Kidney Troubles or any dis
ease of the Geiilto-Urlimry Organs, can hero find an Honest, safe und
rrTTTTC TT A "r You are nervous and despondent, wenk and debil
A V-JUoNvT lVlxLIN nuted; tired mornings; no ambition, lifeless; mem
ory poor; easily fatigued; excitable; eye sunken, red und blurred; pimples
on face; dreams and night losses; drains at stool; oozing on excitement;
haggard looking; weak back; bone pa Ins; ulcers; hair loose; sore tUroat;
varicocele, want of confidence; Impotency "V"OTT 'NTTPTr'n TTTPT.P
lack of energy and strenjitu. XJJ XN XJXU.L jl.ej.ljx .
TT A DDT A fTT1 TnlN important step in life sbould never be taken
jyijxxlixvT-ti until you are positively cured, If you Have been
weakened or diseased. Remember, "Like father, like son." Amissions,
varicocele, spermatorrboea aud syphilis endanger happiness in married
fife- Our new mdtliod pures litem permanently. IF TOO AHE IfAn
ItTED, consult us nt once, ns avc can restore your strength, vital energy
nriu desires. 2f you wish to marry, out iidviee may be worth, a fortune
to you. j i,iii -i
Tiie National Medical and Surgical Institute,
&- 717 Fourteenth Street Northwest. "a
OFFICE HOURS 9 a. m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 to 12.
Consu tation free and invited.
MISSING Mil. "WHITE SAKE.
A Telegram Heports Dim Back at
Dls Heme In Erie.
Solomon White, who mysteriously disap
peared rroin the St-James Hotel on Wednes
day, where he had taken quarters with
his brother-in-law, Dr. William Greenfield,
has returned to his home in Erie. A dis
patch to The Times last evening stated
that Mr. White was sure and ssill retained
the large sum of money which he had In
his possession. Dr. Gieenfield had not
learned or his biothcr-ln-law's return home
when he lert for Erie yesterdaj afternoon.
The entire city had been searched by
Inspector Holllnberger's men, and, as n
The Great South American Balsam,
FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE.
Coughs, Colds, Croup and LaGrippe
COLD IN THEIHEAD
Is acute inflammation nndswellinfj of the
Olfactory organ which contains tho
Nerves of Smell. This organ is a long
ribbon-like membrane ana hanjra from
tho roof of tho Nasal passago in folds, as
seen in Fig. 3. When this condition be
comes chronic,or permanent, it is called
CATARRH. Tho folds become swollen
into a solid mass, so tho air in breathing
cannot circulate- between them ; hence
tho loss of smell. Tho Catarrhal microbe
soon makes its appearance, causing a
multitude of small ulcers between those
folds. The pus from theso ulcers is very
poisonous and soon impregnates tho
wholo mucous surfaco of tho nose, haad
and throat with tho disease. Medical
works show cases whoro the tonsils have,
becomo a corrupt mass of ulcers. It not
infrequently involves tho wholo bronchial
passage to tho lungs, causing consump
tion and death. It will be soen that
nothing can radically euro Catarrh which
does not reach to the scat of tho disease
between thoso folds of tho Olfactory
organ, and cloanso and heal theso ulcere.
BRAZILIAN BALM is thaonly known remedy
in nature that will accomplish this result.
It will heal any old sore. Snuff a solu
tion of tho Balm and warm water, as
Its Healing Power Is
strong aa you can bear, up tho noso, from
tho band or through a Nasal Douche, aa
in Fig. 1. Then, as water will not run np
bill, hold the bead down, go in Fig. 2, giv
ing it timo to work in betweon tho folds.
Do this thrco or four times a day. You
will soon experience relief, and if faith
ful, in a few woeks tho folds will bo opon
cd, tbo swelling gone, tho ulcers will be
healed and the senso of smell and taste
restored. A DO cent bottlo contains two
weeks treatment, and tho SLOO bottle sir
weeks treatment. Catarrh never curea
itself. Brazilian Balm is guaranteed to
cure HayFever. Give3 surprising relieS
in uonsumption ana often
Fifty" Cent9 and One Dollar p
The Fifty Cent Bottle contains One Hundred Doses.
HOMB TESTIMONIALS. " I waa near a consumptive's grave from Catarrh. It had
eaten holes into tho flesh abovo my palate. Brazilian Balm made a sound, well man. of me.
Chas. White, WilmingtonDeL "Brazilian Balm quickly cured my daughter of a viplew': attack
of Grippe. It is a blessing in the home," W.E. Morrow, Merchant. "BraznanBato cured me
over night of one of tho worst colda I ever had." Chas. Connollee, Lawyer, iork. Pa. ' Our
child had a severe attack of Croup. ThoBalrr. cured her in 10 minutes. Wonderful.' Thomp
son Foster, Camden, N.J. "I had dyspepsia over 80 years. Brazilian Balm cured me in wo
weeks." Chas. Broome, Philadelphia, Pa. "No tongue can tell what I suffered from Asthma
for 11 years. Brazilian Balm perfectly cured me." Mrs. Mary Scott, Wilmington, DeL I lost
3 children in 4 days with Scarlet Fever. The fourth child was taken the same way but we gave
her Brazilian Balm and she quickly recovered." Burton B. Deputy, Milford.Del. Ask your
druggist f or jcircular.' Sold by Druggists and Dealers, or sent on receipt of price.
B. F. J ACKSOW COMPANY, Propnfe k , " INDIANAPOLIS. IND.'
Children's Crash Suits .
(Age3 G to 10 yeais.)
All-wool Golf Hose
Fine Seamless Hose
75c Fancy Shirts
and E Sts.
iraee or the man could be found, It was
thought at headquarters that either Mr.
White had been made away with or had
gone home to Drle. Mr. "White had a return-trip
ticket in his pocket when he left
A Handsome Present.
A Genuine Nickel Plated Coffee Pot
given as a special today with one pound
Baking Towdcr at tiie Grand Union Tea
Co.'s new store, 021 7th st.uw., opposite
Patent Office. It
IV. 4Sd Street.
ftZILIflN BALM !
rZ. 1( U
A COLD IN ONE DAY,
CROUP IN 10 MINUTES.'
Lb GRIPPE, INFLUENZA,
A prompt and reliable
remedy in Inflammation
of the Stomach and Bow
els, Scarlet and Typhoid
Fever, Constipation and
All theso diseases are
Inflammations, and Bra
zilian Balm curea in
flammation. Fever and
Congestion in any part of
JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St.
Are in a position to make lower
prices ana supply you with fresher
ana oeiter groceries than can he
Wholesale and Retail.
xou are noc limited a3 to the quan
tity, iou may Duy one pound or
i,uuu pounus or urauulatcd Jsugar
ac -1 ana three-quarter cents per
jsicner or tne above package Cor
rees ac 1 1 and a tiaK cents package
in iocs or tu packages.
Large uutnp best Laundry Starch,
in lots or V ids., at a aud a nair
Large cans superb Anglo-Swiss
txnueiied cream, best on tuemar
kcc ac toe. per can.
5 lbs- SugarFree
xou arc entitled to 3 lbs oruranu
locea sugar witli each and every
pound or 6uc. uea, uoc. rea, hoc.
'lea, l.uu lea. 5 lbs. or Sugar
aiso wicn eacn a ins. or Java and
Aiocna corrce, acaoc. per lb.-
Loose Koiieo uats,
uur special price on loose itoiled
uacs, ac. per 10.
une delicious smoKed sugar-cured
bnouiuers are ac a bargain price
size or wnoie suouiuer rrom 0 to
uur com storage department con-
rams cue unescrresn meats -Lamb,
eai, ateaics or every cut; alio
amoKeu iiaius, cooked Hams, sliced
Dy cue pound.
watermelons ngnt ouc or our
cold storage ice department for 5
cents up, according to size. runs
ano egetaDies or all Kinds in stock.
Cakes, 8c lb.
imperial cakes, ac Coffee Cakes,
ac ruc-.Nacs, ac Kirie aut
caices, ac Lemon Cakes, ac.Ureac
ariccy or Havenuers cakes in
stock at ail times.
JOHNSTONS. 729 7th St.
J NOW IS THE TIME.
We Can Save You
a lot of money ir you will
attend this clearance tsitlti of
"We have made reductions
in every department.
Tne goods we otrer were
all purchused for the kpriufr
"Ve want to malie room for
onr new fall stock.
It will pay yon to helt us
COME AND SEE.
Cash or Credit.
J House & Herrmann,
f Liberal Furnishers,
7th and I Sts. N. W.
P Chichester's Eagllih Diamond BranO.
Original and Only Uenulnc- A
safe, tlwija rcIUble. ladics uk Z
Drojslrt fcr C&ichztlm EnalM Dia-fV
cionii Bra ml la Kcd aal Gdd meulllevjy
Iboie, calcd villi blue ribbon. Tute Sr
no other. Refuse dangmxit mbiiitu- V
Hate and (nutations. AlDmgii:!, orffSdA.
is itaispi for p&rtienl&rs, leftlimo&Uli a&
" Hllcf for L,ttdle." In later, tj return
'Chichester Chemical Cx.HadttonBasarc.
loll bj tU Local PrJexbU. i'lIIL.VO A... FA,
A marvelona euro fee
can bo trfvon secretly at
home. It Is harmless.
All drninrlsts. or wrlto
Kcnova Chemical i;o, on uroaa-vjiv. nm crtz.
FULL HTFORMATIOH GLADLY NATT.nT) FREE.
Consu tation free
JEM 4d, bleeding. Inter
nal or protruding riles, no
matter of Uotv longstand
ing, speedily cured, with
out cutting, tying or de
tention lrom business
Dit. SHRADJSK, Special
ist, 04 Ninth' st. u w.
DR. IIA1XES' tiOUJEX SPECIFIC CURES
ft can bo Riven without the ltnowledse ot
the patleat in coffeo. tea orartfcles oCfood; lyM
effect a permanent and Bpecdy euro, whether the
patient is a moderato.clr.inkcr.pr.an alcoholic w rect.
-Bookolparticulars jreertobohHd of
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Proas. Cincinnati. 0.
ITB-Wrlt. for thlr" Boic
Morpntne lilDlt. muieo-irra.
NERVOUS TltOUBUEB, all "kinds, cured
with Animal Extracts. Free book tella
how. "Wash'n Chemical Co., Washington,!)
O. For etuo by W. S. Thompson, 703 15th
Wr.nw. , 3e30-tf
W ?i Wj
The Busy Comer,
8th and Market Space.
Out 2d Grand Rebuilding.
Open until 9:30
THE TOWN'S AFIRE
Not from incendiarism, but from the
bargain bomb wbicb we exploded througa,
Grand Rebuilding Sale,
scattering special values and prices to
tbe four sections of the city, eachnUssUg
striking the homes of many thousands.
Our iVien's Furnishings
represent several new deals, which wa
bi.ail oirer lor tne first lime tomorrow.
ouo doen Laundered Negligee Anchor
Brand Shirts just bought most aurelymust
have been a great bargain, otherwlte the
deal would have never been made. One
hundred beautirul ratterns of fine per
cale, finished with large pearl buttons
and attached collars and cuffs there Isn't
a better i blurt in c he United States,
which ivesballsellfor SO
All sizes from Id to 17 1-2.
Two hundred dozen new Eeversible Club
Ties, In neat btripes and checks, made
of fine washable Madras; great many
fctyles to match these Hhlrts;
Eix. for ... .. 250
Our Desiin tbe World Unlaundered TYhlto
Shirts, with re-cnforced back and front,
patent stays ana gussets, with linen
tosom, cuffs and neckbands, in all
sizes, are telling at 390
Men's extra quality Faultless Night
Kobes, made of summer-weight muslin and
with plaia and fancy front, full 52 inches
long, In all sizes; 76c kind for GOC
Men's Unlaundered Outing Shirts, made
of featherweight cheviot and madras; all
neat etyles, finished with large pearl
buttons and pockets; special at 390
25 soiled Shirts, madras bosom, with 1
pair cuffs; they were 75c; all broken
sizes; reduced to 25Q
"We are still selling our 50 and 75c men's
underwear at .... 25c a garment
Some excellent values in this- assortment
if your tlze is here.
Open until 9:30 tomorrow nlgbt. . .
8tli and Market Space.
7th st. entnnce. Family Shoe Store.
Rents reduced to $19 per montn.
Only Two Left.
These nouses -ire built or the ben
material by day labor; have eight roomi
and bath; verandas, sanitary plurabinj,
city water, gas. sevrers, porcelaln-llnea
roll-rim bathtubs, electric cells, ranges,
hot and cold water; also excellent artesian
well water directly In front of these
houses; speaking tubes, southern edge
gram pine floors, tiled hcartns and
rire places, handsome, mantels, and
beautifully papered. They are erect
ed on terraced lots, with substantial
coping, steps and walks, shaded by a
beautiful grove. They are near the Sol
diers' Home and not far from Mt. Pleasant;
on the Brightwood Electric Car Line For
particulars apply on premises or to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN,
611 Seventh Street N. W.
For your choice ot out- $12,
$15, and SIS summer suits.
This Isthe last-nd deepest
cut ot the season. See the
styles In our windows.
M. DYRENFORTH & GO.
U23 Va. Ave. N. AT.
WASHBGMMl Al CUIUS C0HFAH?
lioonis 5 4 7. 472 La. ave- nw.
This company will purchase KcalKstata,.
the title to which is defective or in dl
pure, or will clear up said titles for th
owners. Will pay Dacs: taxes at a discount.
Vlll furnish bonds in criminal and civil
cases. Will ace aa receiver, assignee,
guardian or trustee. Will prosecute claims
or all kinds aud win BUX-A.ND SiSLLsucn
as arc assignable.
Street and Steam Kallroad AcddenSt
Cases a Specialty. Pio charge ror consul
tation. Financial Assistance Furnished to
Litigants aa Reasonable Terms
TelephoneKs. Ills. JOll.N'U.SLATJSK
I "Cold Waye."
JUon't wait for the "cold wave"
it will be way behind time this
year. Buy an Electric Fan and
pnone us to turn on the current.
g U. S. Eleofcrio Lighting Co.,
a 213 14th St. nw. 'Phone 77. jg
La Rues Female Pills.
Safe and Sure- Price, U .50.
B9, fl STORAGE CO., 10 to 16 Eat
, 0b U, ne. Si to S3 per month.
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