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THE MOBKUSrq TWES, ITHUBSOAY, AUGUST 19, 3897.
Choice nobby styles and best
qualities in that lot of Men's
find Youth's Sack Suit?, Woolen
JJici'cle Suits and Men's and Boys'
Regular prices. All styles all
sizes ample "variety to please
everyone, and all guaranteed.
Robinson & Cliery Co.,
12th and F Streets N. W.
Clothe. Furni-liliic,. Hits Shoes.
City Brevities. ,
Joseph Jones was Riven sixty davs hi
jnH yetterdaj for assaulting Anderbou.
Ali. Doll Wanzer jesterday instituted
pruceedlngs toi dnorco from John Wanzer
on the ground of ill-tieatment.
William -Lucat. was placed behind the
bars at ti-e Seventh precinct poHce feta
tion last evening for drunkenness.
Attorney General McKenna has leased
the residence of. Mr Charles "Ulnch Ken
nedy. Ko. 2127 California avenue.
John Jenkins, a laboier, Jiecame dlsor
derlj last evening, nar thj M street bridge
and was arrested by Orficer Erenuan.
Eait Tor dlvoiee wan liltd jesterday by
Joanna Curtlu against Tatrick Curlin on
the grounds of lll-trcatment and desertion
William F Abh was found In an Intoxi
cated condition by Officer Hester last
nlphtnudseat ty the Third preciuc); station
to regain his sober henss.
JJoUie Juckbon, for running an alleged
aifcojderly houw;, was yesterday sent to
ail for Pixty days -and fined $25 or
Elxty days additional.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas if Talbott are at
tending the meeting of th2 American Aefo
dt&zm for trie Advancement of Science, In
Edward Taylor, colored, was yesterday
6fiit to Jill lor fifteen days by Judge
Kimball, in defaii't of $5 fine for stealing
three biscuit from George Kliuk.
The Slsten, of Mercy will hold a garden
party this evening, at No. 2605 V street
northwest, for the purpose of raising funds
for a home for aged colored people.
Ann!e O'Leaiy deposited collateral at
the Third precinct fetation for disorderly
ronduct. She will be given a trial in
the police court this morning.
An loe wagon driven by Arthur L.
Lucas, of so 448 SI rarest sornirrast,
and n. Capital Traction train collided near
Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth street
yeEtrdu The damage was slight.
The Commissioners have given orders to
all tbe employes of the District that no
information regarding quashed special as
tei&mcnts shall he given lawyers unless the
latter aje armed with power of attorney
from their clients.
James Sims, a well-known character, who
makes hie headquarters at Pennsylvania
avenue and Sixth street, was arrested by
Detective Watson on the charge of vio
lating the policy law. He will be given
a hearing in the police court today.
4 Isadore Epoluzzi was arrested yes-
by Detectives Boardman and Galla-
D sweet, between Sixth and Sev-
4rs&Ui It was found that he was
jne marine who had escaped from
Vine Hospital on August 11
- lalene Stcptoe, a comely mulatto
'110 disappeared from her home.
No ,Qo G street northwest, about two
weeks ago, la supposed to have eloped
with Henry Hjnion,' who Instructed her
in bicycle riding. Detective Lncey has
been assigned to the case.
Annie W Trazer yexterday filed a suit
against Samuel Benslnger, keeper of the
livery stable at the corner of Eighth and r
street northwest, for ?5,000 damage;,
in compensation for injuries received by
her through slipping down on ice in front
of the ilAble, formed, she alleges, through
the carelessness of the defendant.
B. AND O. EULLETIN.
Bay Itidge, DO cents for the round trip;
trains leave 9:15 a. in. and 4:30 p. in.
Sundays, 9:35 a in., 1:30 and 3"15 p. m.
Frederick, Md.. and return, SI; Au
gust 22, 7:30 a m
Burrulo and return, $11.20; best and most
picturesque rouie, account G A. R.; Au
gust l to.24 going..
Atlantic City, $3, August 21. -Try the
Royal Blue special, the shortest and best
route to Atlantic City.
Niagara Falls, ten-day tour, Thursday,
26. Special, with through Pullman parlor
cars from "Washington, at S.10 a. in. Se
cure space in advance at B. & O. ticket of
Salt for Alleged Infringement.
The Barry Postal Supply Company, of
Oswego. N. Y., yesterday entered bult in
equity against the Barr Type ilachinery
Company. Incorporated Irr Missouri and
doing business in this city, alleging m
fringeni'snt of a mail marking machine,
nrtcing for an injunction to restrain the
defendants from manufacturing the same,
and Tor judgment for th Income which they
luive already received from the tale of the
The Highland Terrace Apartments; an
ideal place. Location unsurpassed. Thom
as Circle, 1401 Massachusetts avenue
northwest. Suites containing three and
four rooms, with private bath; rooms
large, cheerful and well-apiointed. House
noiv open fur inspection. The cafe, under
the especial direction of Mrs P. W. Favor
ite, will bo opened October 1, 1897. Let
ters promptly answered anl4-tf-em
3Chp of 24 ltitrlep, only RJ. Sj
I When the Nights 1
I Are Hot 1
S What can be more i
tempting and refresh- w
g ing than a cold bottle j
g . of our delicious Beer? S?
are two brands that
any brewery might well i
be proud of. . The for- h
meris Light the latter 8
Dark and heavy. Both
are famous for their w
perfect flavor. Keep
your ice box well sup- g
3PCnso of 24 boltlcs delivered In
unlettered trasons Tor ouly 81.00. K
Wlito or telephone. S
Washington Brewery Co., g
4ti EdF Sts. K. 2. 'Phone 12?3. &
CHANCE FORT HE AIR MOTOR
Eckingtou Line's Petition to Be
Given Further Consideration.
Supt. MeFnrlnnd Gonq to "cw Yorlr
to Investigate the System In
air motor may be adoptedon theEcklngton
and Soldiers' Uome Ttallway.
Although the report of Capt. Black, En
glneer Commissioner, which was unfavor
bleto the motor.was adopted by the board,
the Commissioners have not yet positively
decided that the motor Is not to be Ubed.
The matter will not be disposed- of finally
until Commissioner Black returns from his
vacation, and in the meantime Receiver
Kehoepf is making great e:.crUoiit- to fur
ther the intercuts of the motor. The Com
missioners are also disposed to go into
the matter a little dsepsr.
Supt. McFarlaud, of the District En
gineer Department, who made, a thorough
Investigation and report of the working of
the motor in thlbcity has gone to New York
to make a study of the motor as It Is now
operated on the surface roads on that city
Mr. McFarland will go at the expense
of the Eckingtou and Soldiers' Home Rail
way Company, and wlill-xn?re Mr. Schoepf.
receiver of the road, will meet him and help
him to conduct his Investigations. This
trip i.s-mnrte at theinstance of Mr. Sehoepf,
who contende' that in the adverse report
submitted on the motor by Commissioner
Black, the system had notiecelve.latho rough
In a reply to Capt. Black's report he
6tated that the air motor is now being
uied as a motive power of New York
street rallwas, that its use is being ex
tended, ami asked why the Commissioners
did "not send someone to that citv co see
the motors In actual operation. To this
the Comtnltsloners replied that they would
be very glad to fiend a man, but had not
lb meins at their command.
Receiver Sehoepf, on the paitof the rail
way, ther volunteered to pay the ex
penses of such a man If the department
would detail a competent man to conduct
an examination. Supt. McFarland, who
has already had much experience wiih
the- motor, wa-j accordingly selected and
ordered to moke a detailed report upon
the conduct of the system In New York.
His Investigations will probably keep
him several days, after which he will
return to this city.
THK CITY'S GCOD HEALTH.
An Unusually Small Number of Con
1 tuglncs DlKcntcs.
The favorable health conditions which
prevailed in the District during the week
before last were continued with slight
variations througliout the past week. The
number of deaths, ai shown by the record.
or the uealth department, was 103, repre
senting an annual death rate of 19.3, an
Compared with 91 and a rate of 17.C .by
the last report.
Of the dec-'deats thl, weak 45 were white
and 58 colored, giving a rate ot 12.4 for
thn formpr and 34.20 for the Iattpr." The,
principal causes of mortality were dis
eases of the heart (15 deaths); diarrhoeal
arrections ty deathb) and whooping cough
(8 deaths). There were two fatal caws
of typhoid fever and two of diphtheria.
During the week three houses were
placarded on account ot the presence ot
diphtheria, six houses were relieved from
quarantine and eight were left still pla
carded as against eleven in the week
For the presence ot scarlet fever three
hoiiEes were placed lu isolation, the card
was removed from one house and four
The weather conditions prevailing during
the week were a mean temperature ot
72 degrees, a mean relative humidity ot
84, and a mean barometer of 29.82.
Two and a quarter inches ot rain fell,
ana the thermometer ranged from 57
degrees on the 8th up to 90 degrees on
the 14th, 2mbraclng 33 degrees.
THE NEW TV-HITE CROOK.
Something of the Ordinary ut Ker
nnn's Next "Week.
It has often been said "the actors
makes the play," and Just as frequently It
has been remarked "the play makes the
actors," and so the waves of contention
roll over the troublefomc theatrical sea,
hm Manager Ed Kui-h ot the White Crook
Company, which will be seen at Kcrnau's
next week will Illustrate in the make-up
ot his organization that artists of superior
talent and ability are necessary for ex
ceptionally well vrrltten and cleverly
constructed manuscripts The "White Crook
Couipauy has recenUy been launched for
public approval The extravagant, equip
ment, closa attention to detail and the
display ot executive managerial ability
has stamped 'success" upon the theatric
horizon us prominent as the vivid rays
ot a mammoth search light flashing on the
The entertainment leglns with a new
nautical burletta" entitled "The U. S.
Yacht Club,'r Introducing tho entire com
pany In merry bite of wit and humor and
ong. The olio which follows Is one ot
exr optional excellence and include the
Iiehl2r sisters, thp dainty chantonettes;
the Dolans, eccentric comedy duo; Ed and
Jorie Evans, the refined travesty stun,,
Breanen and "Wllliaiup, and others
The concluding feature will be an original
and satirical burlesque entitled "The
Klondike Millionaires," A score of pretty
girls arrajed in natty costumes will be a
Salts tt!d Co.'?, Tonrl&t Iletiirns.
Miss Lillic Cohen, the public school
teacher who received the highest number
of votes in Saks & Co s "Trip to Europe
Contest," arrived home on Tuesday, en
thusiastic In htr praise of this popular
firm's generosity as hosts and delighted
with the tour which they planned for her.
The following letter of thanks has been
received by Saks & Co.:
"Washington, D. C, August 18, 1E97.
Messrs. Saks & Co.:
Dear Siro Having returned from the
delightful trip which was prov'ded for me
thiough your kindness and generosity,
I wish to again thank jou for what to me
has been the event of my life. To see the
old world and to sec it under such circum
xtanccs and with such pleasant companions
ws a ticat long to Lc lemembered. With
many thanks and best wlFhfs. r i-irain
yours, very truly, LTLLIE COHEN.
Snturdny nnd Sunrtny Isxenrsiona
to the Country.
The B & O. R. R. has placed on sale
reduced rate excursion tickets, to Le told
every Saturday and Sunday dming the
bummer season, valid for icturn unUl fol
lowing Monday, from Washington to joints
on the "Washington Branch as far as
Annapolis Junction and pcintson the Met
ropolitan Branch and main line aB far
as Frederick and Chnilestown, TV. "Va.
mj25-tu.th till au31
The steamers Janeilosdey.Arrowsi.iith,
Samuel J. Pentz, and Harry Randall, all
keep Consumers' Beer the best beer made
A.sk for it. ault
Soda water, coldest in the city. Ice
cream and lce the best. Ubual prices. At
the Highland Terrace Aiiartments, Thomas
Circle, 1401 Massachusetts avenue.
A STEP-MOTHER CRUELTY-
A Pretty .Mulatto Girl a Runaway
Lizzie Jasper Says Her TTnther'd
Second "Wife Drinks und 111-
Lizzie Jasper, a demure and gentle-mannered
mulatto, told a story or parental
ciuelty at police headquarters yesterday
Tho "girl spoke frankly und with intelli
gence. She has long, straight hulr, which
she wears In u braid down her back, dark
gray eyes, shaded by long lashes; a stylish
form, and small, finely shaped feet. She
caiueto ask that the police departmentpro
tect her from further violence and Indigni
ties at the hands of her father and step
mother. The girl is now a runaway from home,
and is living with friends on Seventeenth
street She desires to be bent to an aunt
ho llvrs, in Fittsburg. Lizzie pronounced
the noun "aunt" with a very broad "a."
She gave her age to Inspector Mattlngly as
sixteen yenis She said that her mother
died when she. wns nine years old, andthat
soon after the doathof hr mo ther her father
married again. The step-mother drank et-cessh-pl7
and wab brutal durlugher drunken
moods nnd harsh and unkind at all other
times. The temper of her father was not
always as bunny as a summer day, even
when things went well, but the introduc
tion or a step-mother Into the family had
not brought about peace or tranquillity.
Lizzie said that her life was very hard.
She was not allowed to attend school.though
she was ambitious to learn, and believed
that she could excel in her studies If she
were given a chance. She was not
allowed to have company. There were
seveial young men au'd women of her
acquaintance all barred by her step-mother.
Sho had to do the cooking, washinc, Iron
ing, and chamber work for the household
In winter she had to make the fires, chop
the kindling and carry the coal and water.
Her food was of the scantiest character
and her clothing was poor.
Whenevei anything went wrong she was
beaten, bruised and cursed. She had
been compelled, she said, to leave home
and If she could reach her aunt at Pitts
burg she thought she might live happily and
Inspector Mattlngly referred the case to
the Humane Society An Investigation
will be made and if the charges she
give are sustained her way will be paid
SAMUEL WELLS' TWO WIVES
Colored "Watermelon Vendor Has
Trouble With His 3Iother-in-Law.
Swore Ont a "Warrant for Her Ar
rest und Is Met "With a Connter
churge of Illgaury.
Samuel "Wells, colored, forty-nine years
or ge, is the proprietor ot a small store
at 111 P btreet .xmihwest, and does a
thriving business by soiling red, ripe
watermelons to the colored population of
Two weeks ago Samuel took unto him
self a wife, but he alo got more than
he bargained for In the shape of a mother-in-law
and two small sisters-in-law. Ah
ir that were not enough, he yesterday
bworeout a warrant for his wife's mother,
alleging that she had been using every
means la her power to get rid or him.
The wnrrant stated that, besides hitting
him on the head with sticks nnd stones,
she had on several occasions tried to knire
him Felling In this, fehc turned her atten
tion to the watermelons, and, according
to his story, everything within 500 yards
was bespattered with the luscious fruit
Wells' rage knew no bounds, and he hustled
to the police couit and swore outthe war
rant. A reporter called at the house yesterday
and In the course of the visit made two
dtsco tvries Mii. "Wells and her mother
had not heard of thp warrant untf Unformed
by the reporter, but they, proceeded to
M'e Samuel up In an unmistakable manner
"I'm gwinc straight to dat dar cort and
swar out a warrant for dat black rascal.
He's got anoder wire over in de russ ward,
and he tole us a lie."
"Yes," put in Lavlnia Thomas, themoth-er-in-law,
"he done tele us a He. He safd
he was a divorced man and 'tnln't true,
base ne's got a wire over dar what goes
to de Nineteenth Street Baptlbt Church.
Parson Brooks kin tell you all about It."
Mrs. Thomas stated that he had per
suaded her to leave her husband and
come and live with him. "Den dat man
he rails la lub wld my Mamie and mai
lieb her." Mamie is a rather good-looking
girl, twenty-one years of age, and
married Wells against her mother's wishes.
"Done swar out a warrant for me?" said
the old woman, "jess you coma ont in dfs
yer shea and see what's out yer."
Visions of dismembered heads and arms
and rivulets of blood passed in rapid suc
cession through tile reporter's brain, and
tlie stench which came from tiie building
only helped to strengthen the impression.
When the door was thrown open piles of
decayed meat and other refuse accounted
f,r the awful odor.
As the rpporter passed out of the house
the uld lady was arraying herself in all
her finery, preparatory to swearing out
a warrant for her son-in-law. A charge of
bigamy will bo preferred against him.
SENT BACK TO HER CELT..
Alleged Abortionist'-s Applioatlon
for Release on Ball Refused.
An attempt was made before Judge
Bradley yesterday to beenre the release
upon bond of Mildred Campbell, com
mitted on the verdict of the coroner's
Jury as responsible tor the death of
Abbie Campbell through an alleged crimi
The bond had been set by District
Attorney Davis at 2,500, and George
R. Chapman atd James S. "Wlnilow, both
colored, as sureties.
Judge Eradley, however, refused to ac
epp' them, and the woman was remanded
A Rotnm Ruble Core of Chronlo
"In 3 8C2, when I (Served my country
aB a private in Company A, One-hundred
and sixty-seventh Pennsylvania Volunteers,
I contracted chronlo diarrhoea- It has
given me a great deal of troublo ever
since. I have tried a dozen different
mcdlclaes and sepral prominent doctors
without any permanent relief. Not long
ago, r. friend sent me a sample bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and after that I bought
and look a 50-cent bottle; and now I
can say that I am entirely cured- I
cannot bo thankful enriugh to you for
this great remedy, and recommend It to
all suffering veterans. If in doubt, write
me- Yonrs gratefully, Henry Steinberger,
Allentowu, Pa " Sold by Henry Evans',
Wholesale and Retail Druggist", 938 f'
street; Connecticut avenue and S street;
northwest, and 1428 Maryland avenue
$i5o, .$2 ana
Four broken lines of Children's
and Misses' Oxfords go on the
bargain table this day at 98c per
pair which is less than half
their former prices. "Patent
Leather," "Russet" and black
kid, and their regular prices
were $1, 0, $2 and $2. 50. Choice
"We have offered big t
but, none to equal this. -
50c Tennis Shoes
This is a ,short-lived" snap so de
lay not. The children's sizes are
7 to 10, and the boys' and girls'
and women's sizes Zx2 to S,
You've paid 50c for them. So
long as this lot holds out, yours
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Cofcghs, Colds, Croup and LaGrippe
COLD IN THEIHEAD
la acute inflammation and swelling of the
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folds. Tho tjus from
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works show cases whero tho tonsils have
liecomo a corrupt mass of ulcers. It not
passago to tho lungs, causing consump
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7ul, in a few weeks tho folds will bo open
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IX EXECUTIVE MEETING.
The District W. C. T. TJ. Objects to
Certain Lawyers for Office.
The Tegular executive meeting of the
District W. C. T TJ. was held yesterday
at the headquarters, No 910 F street north
west. Mrs. Piatt, the president, was In
the chair, and considerable routine busi
ness wns transacted. A resolution In
connection with the appointment of Mr.
C. Mamlce Smith as district attorney nas
passed, as follpwa.
"Besolved. In vlewtof a statement pub
lished m Monday's cpaper, the Woman'i,
Christian Temperance Union of the Dis
trict ot Columbia enters a vigorous protest
against the appointment of Mr. C. Maurice
Smith or any other legal advocate of the
liquor interests to tho office ot United
States attorney for the District of Colum
bia; also a letter bevrltten to President
McKlnley in regard to this matter "
A resolution was passed to appoint a com
mittee to see Mr. Baltzlay, the lessor of
Olen Echo, in regard to the sellingor liquor
on the grounds.
The annual meeting of the W. C. T. U.
will be held In thlsclcy on the 5th and 6th
o" October. Mis. Steveiihon, one of the
national vice presidents, is expected to be
present and deliver an address.
Mncalester tolndiun Head.
At some time or other four people out of
every five have probably made tho trip to
Indian Head. It's a trip the peopte of Wabh
ington may be proud of. The four hours
river ride it affords cannot be equaled for
comfort and enjoyment. Schroeder's band
begins to nmlce things plpasant as soon
as the boat leaves the wharf, and from that
time until the wharf at home is again
touched there is not a minute's let-up in
the pleasure. Moonlight always adds to the
beauty or any scene, and when itis turned
in f ulL force on to the beautiful scenery ot
the Potomac nothing more pictuiesque can
The Macalester stops at Marshall Hall
both going and returning, so as to allow
those who orefer to havn .-l little t.ima .
rtbe grounds, where they may stroll over
lub iuwiis or luuuige iu a uance-or two.
It is impossible to describe the beauty of
the river scene at night. It lias to be
viewed from thebteamer to be appreciated.
The Macalester Thursday. FrliiR-p mi Snf.
( urday evenings at"C:30 p. ai.
bargains in our time,
for all, 21c Pr.
Shoes shined free.
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Dealers, or sent on receipt of price.
I Take Your Pick I
Take Them AI
Euameled Steel Beds, brass i
trimmed, extra heavy,
all sizes $3.75 J
Straw Matting s fresh
goods " 9c 1
Hair Mattresses, J
40 s $5.00 $
with mirror .... $7,00 J
Dining Chairs 35c i
per cent, discount on
f And all because we want
?to make room for our new i
Fall Stock. . J
Cash or Credit, t
t HOUSE & HERRMANN i
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FUIX HTFQRMATIOH GLADLY MAIT.EI) YXZE.
i JOHNSTONS, 729 7lil St.
You are entitled to 5 pounds of
branulated Sugar free with every
pound of 50C. Tea, 0c. Tea, 80c.
Tea, or SI Tea. Purchasers of J
lbs. of Java and Mocha Coffee .ire
also entitled to 5 pounds of Sugar.
We believe In letting our custom
ers have the advantage ot our im
mense purchases- of Granulated
21 lbs. for SI.O
I'ou win do well to purchase as
many dollars,' worth as you fiud
convenient the price at cur ttores,
4 and three-Qunrter cents lb. No
limit to the quantity.
Lemon Cakes, lb 8c
Coffee Cakes,lb 8c
Nionacs, lb 8c
Rifle Nuts, lb 8c
Society Wafers, lb 1 Oc
Cream Crackers, lb 5c
Great vari ety of Havenner's cakea
in glass-front tin cake cases.
Arhuckle's and Heveriug's CVffee
at 11 and a halt cents per package,
in lots ot 10 packages.
3,000 CAKES OF STAR AND
liOKAX SOAP AT M'ECIAL.
I'RICE, 2 AND A HALF ClTS
JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St.
3 For your choice of our $12,
' $15, and $1S summer suits.
3 . This Is the last and deepest
2 cut of the season. See the
J styles in our windows.
H. DYREHFORTH & GO,
U23 Pa. Ave. 3J. W.
is the medical term for redness of the
S0,?1"1 face Uennatoloslst John H.
vJS.tlHur5l 1-7 Wcst tforty-fcecond street,
cw iforlc, cures it. Consultation free.
MLml- J10t?cratL;- send 10 cents for
Beauty Book and sample of either Wood
bury's Facial Soap or Facial Cream.
MR. HAIXES" tiOLDEX Sl'XCiriC CTRE3
It can lie pUen without tlio Uuon'.odpc o?
the patient in coffee, tea or articles of food; will
p(Uct a permanent anil speedy euro, whether the
patient lit a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck
Kook of pirtlculars free, to be had of
F. . Williams .fc Co.. Olh k F l. 5. W T.hI0-lo, p.
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Prop'G. Cincinnati, 0.
EtfMVritB for tlietr Book on Mcmhin- Habit." tuillcJ tree
P No one need surfer.
" I Dll.SHKAl)hll(Spe
1 I n A clause), bO-i Mnth
I.I II l 66 nw- iMles ot
Q 1 pal m whatever ronn, no
I I IH 1 matter ot how lon
I I Ul U fctandlnsr, promptly
cureu. without cut
ting, tying or detention from business.
Consultation tree. aulG-iGt-em
NEKVOUB TROUBLES, ail kinda, cured
with Animal Extracts. Free hook tella
how. Wush'n Chemical Co., Washington. U
O. For tulo by W." B. Thompson, 703 15th
t. nw . jeao-tt
j Star Soap,
The Busy Corner,
8th and. Market Space.
$,K ANN, SONS &CQ
Our 2d Grand
And After-Inventory Bargains
Arc as beneficial to the public as wheat)
IS at S1.50 a bushel to the fnnner Of ,
course, onr stock is beginninc to show tho
errects of busy selling, and some linea
are very near doted out. compelling us
to mix in a few new arrivals atOienrlng
Kile prices, but a good thing ot this kJnals
never objected to.
wV . i9iTc m aU afcout 75 FIn& Im-i
?.? "mo2JlIall.ana Phieapple Braid SullorF, '
Tn.u'fth?73;'.11' Cardinal and
Talis, rinishea with silk, gros grain bancta.-:
leather sweaters, In medium and high
crownp, medium and broad" rim. Besu- '
lar ,5c and $1.23 value. We are- closing
out at n "?
These hats are worth coming for.
Ladies' Crash Alpine Bicycle llats; also
Craeh Tam O'Sbaniers, witn feathers end
roettes, in Linen Brown and Green mixed. '
in perfect condition, which we sold at BOc i
Keduceu to '
This Is a snap for bike riders.
Firfct rioor Annex.
6 Bales of New Rugs we -were going
to noid them In reserve until our UphoP
tilery, Department was in good shape we
needed trade brlngers, so w cnncIud-Jd.
o place them on sale at clearing aale
Genuine Reversible Hindoo Rugs slza
24x3 in atsorted patterns! f rlngeU ends.
uenulne India Rugs, also reversible
fcize 30x72 in assorted colors fringed,
Genuine Hindoo Rugs size, 30x72 la,
a&orted patterns fringed endd. Special,
Third floor New Building.
Our 8 and iOc. Lawns are :
Our 12, 15 and 19c. Ameri
can Organdies and French
Dimities are only 5j
And those pretty Zephyrette
Ging-hams also remain.. ,. S
Tbey are melting away like a cake otice
which is exposed to the sun.
8tli and Market Space.
7ih st. entrance. Family Shoe Store.
Iieuti reduced to 910 per montn.
Only Two Lelt-
xneso noasea r.re botn; ot trie be
material by day labor, have eight rooma
end bath: verandas, sanitary plurablnsv
dty water, gas. sewers, porcelain-lined
roli-rlm bathtubs, electric bells, rangw,
not and cold water, alio excellent artesian
weU water directly in front of these
houses; speakins tubes, southern edge
gram pine itoort. tiled hearths and
rtre places, handsome mantels, and
beautifully papered. They are erect
ed on terraced lots, with substantial
copings, steps and walla, shaded by m
Beautiful grove. They are near the Bol
dters Home and not far from Mt. Fleaeant;
on the Brightwood Electric Car Line. For
particulars apply en premises or to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN,
611 Seventh Street N. W.
if) O n STORAbKlO. 10 to 13 Eat
D, Oa U, lie. Si to Si per moiuli.
'fc''lb. ,-. &.-fe
1 Cooking does not S
J "wear you out" ?
2 one bit if it's done on a v
t ' w Gas Cook Stove. It's the W
v ' ' cleanest, safest, and most m
m ' " economical Stove in exist- A
4 w ence today. Investigate Its $
T " various merits. We've a
fj - - superb stock of Gas Stoves
0 ' ' all reasonably priced $8 up. J
5 " ' Will be pleased to show them.
Gas Appliance Exchange,
142-4 New York Ave. r
WASHINGTON LAW AND CLAIMS COMPAHY
Rooms 5 & 7, 472 La.ave.nw.
This company will purchase Real Estate,
the title to which is defective or in dis
pute, or will clear up said titles for tho
owners. Will pay back taxes at a discount.
Will furnish bonds In criminal and civil
cases. Will act as receiver, assignee,
guardian, or trustee. Will prosecute cialma
or all kmda and will BUX A.VU SELL such,
as arc assignable.
Street and Steam Railroad AccldenU
Cases a Specialty. No charge for Consul
tation. Financial Assistance Furnished to
Litigants on Reasonable Terms.
T lej)hone No. 1118. JOHN G. SLATER.
No other house does, ever did, or ever
will sell such sterling qualities at such
low prices as we quote.
Substitute electric lights in your
.store, caro or restminincror the old
raMiloned gai lights hefore the busy
season or fall sets In. See ua about
supplying the current.
U. S. Elecfric Lighting Co.,
213 14th at. nw. "Ehone 77.
La Rues Female Pills.
Safe and Sure. Frice.vJt .56,
At aK L'raiiLjU,
I for Fail Trade. I
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