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OUR autograph in gold will he put on the leather of your hat tree of charge here?no matter where you bought the hat. ANNIVERSARY SALE. Contributions of Surpassing Bargain Importance From Every Dept. A big week this week. We looked for much, pre pared for much and got it. Shows what you think of this house?-how its calls are relied upon?how you know all obligations will be met. We promised you the big gest bargains of the season and gave them?are still giv ing them. Anniversary Prices on Men's Clothing* We're stepping into fall with extraordinary values as an introduction and new styles to further the attraction. ! $ 13.50 Men's Fall Suits. Regularly $J5, $16*50 and $17*50, for Fall Suits in black thibets, fancy worsteds, cassi meres and cheviots; men's and young men's styles?con servative and extreme. Every size. $3.65 Men's $5 Trousers. Anniversary Price - - - - A regular line, including worsteds and cheviots, in plain or fancy mixtures. All sizes from 28 to 50 inch waist. Anniversary Prices on Boys' Wear. A mine of good merchandise crowded with the best of values. You'll not have to study much to see your opportunity here. . . $3.95 i Boys' Fall Suits. Regular $5 value - ? Double-breasted Coats with belt and two pairs of trousers, one bloomer and one straight style. Suits are silk-sewed; trousers have taped seams and patent waistbands. Materials are plain blue cheviots or choice of three hand some fancy mixtures. Sizes 7 to 16 years. Boys' Knee Pants. 75c and $1.00 values A special Anniversary price 011 Pants in plain blue, black and fancy mixtures, in both straight and bloomer styles. Boys' Elouses. Regular 50c grades - Blouse Waists, in white and fancy pat terns? Russian or regular styles, with or with out collar. Sizes 3 to 16 years. . 55c . . 35c . $1.95 Children's Hats. $2.50 values - - - Smart Felt Hats, with silk scarfs?the very newest and most effective hat of the season. Tam-o'-Shanters. <? 1 Worth $1.25 and $1.50 - 4* ' ?v/U Choice line of those popular hats, at a special Anniversary price that lowers every thing yet quoted. Boys' Caps. Worth 25c - - - - Golf and eton styles, made up of many fabrics and suitable for boys of all ages. Boys' Felt Hats. *7 r $1.25 values * OC A 50c saving 011 a special line of hats as sembled for this Anniversary sale. 15c MEN'S HATS?Two Anniversary Prices. Men's $3 Hats, $2.00. Regular XXX Nutria $3 Black Hats at this reduced price. Men's $4 Hats, $2.75. Regular $4 Soft Hats of excellent style at this reduced price. MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPECIALS. MEN'S GLOVES?An excellent Dog skin Walking Glove, in the new tan shades. Regular and cadet fingers. Pique Q/T seams. Our regular $1.25 Glove.. xOC MEN'S UNDERWEAR ?A Medium weight Underwear, in white and brown? splendidly <Jit and made. Regu lar value, 73:. Special 50c THE SAKS A Souvenir is furnished to all who ask for it. A series of masterful t TA/trisjiD articles 011 Washington written by men best versed in the subjects with OwU V E.1N1K. which they deal. You can refer to it as an authority. H aks & (totparaj Pennsylvania Avenue. Seventh Street. I C0K-E I PRIEST GETS THIRTY YEARsT - In It la rvllaMe. Ineipeiialve and a clean fuel. vr?y mu? h In demand for cooking. AintTi gives perfect ivuulta. We'll aupylJ j??u Coke. 25 Iiu?brla large Coke. delivered 12.50 40 Bu?b**la l.arge C<>ke. delivered S3 70 60 l.arge Coke, delivered 13 30 25 Crumbed Coke. delivered.. S3 00 40 Cruiheil Coke. delivered. . 30 tto Buskela Cru?hed Coke, delivered.. S6 30 New M I Pianos i For Rent. t S! " J W&sMngtomQasHghtCo.J i 5 W. F. Frederick Music Co, 1328 F Street. f 418 TBNTU ST. N.W. A ? sc28 2SJ - All My Excellent Stock of fiair Goods Greatfly Redoced. 94 73 now f3 00 $6.00 now 94 00. >d 14 Gray Swttrbia. all prlcea. 9ft 0O Dow 93 SO. Lee'a Hair kl?Hil?ant. 91 Keatwrva gray balr to natural color?(il'ARANTEEl). I'reventa falling lair Malrdreaalng. Shampooing. Dyeing and Bleaching S. HELLER'S, ? 1%. fell-4l.eSu.20 ne27 tf.23 ?Mssifi?u aisaigiatgnasicgiiggizgsggggziiig Pianos for Rent. About fifty High-grade Upright Pianos to rent by the month or for the season, at the rate of $4 and up per month. These are all hand some instruments of unquestion able merit. F. G. SMITH PIcAoNO Su&loi! 2225 Pa. Ave. ?<?29.1 f,20 Thoot M. 747. Thousands of situations have been ob tained through the want column* of The Star. Slayer of Two Men Denies Guilt in Speech to Court. PITTSBl'RG, October 4.?Ludwlg Szezv gel the Polish Catholic priest who slew Andrew and Stephen Starzynskl. South Side saloonkeepers, two months ago, was yester day afternoon sentenced by Judge Thomas D. larnahan to serve thirty years In the penitentiary, fifteen years on each charge of second-degree murdsr. If he conducts himself well in prison the priest will be released In eighteen and a half years, securing that much time off for good behavior. In a speech he made to the court the priest declared that he had killed the brothers in self-defense, and that they would have killed him had he not taken their lives. An animal cage, on train of Robbins' cir cus broke loose in Blue Ridge tunnel, near Staunton, Va., Tuesday, crashed into a steam piano under which five youths were stealing a ride and killed one, Ollie Grove sevteen years old: Injuring two others' Fishburn Porter and Fitz Curry. Only One "BROMO Ql'ITVlNK." Tliat Is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for the signature of K. W. GROVE. I'sed the World over to Cure a Cold la One Da*. 28e. uc-i t U ? , ? GONNIE MACK IS RETICENT NOT INCLINED TO TALK MUCH ABOUT HIS TEAM'S CHANCES. When Cornelius McGilllcuddy, otherwise known as Connie Mack, manager of the Athletics, was seen this morning by a Star reporter he was not in a talkative mood, giving as his reason that he was In a great hurry. "We have Just arrived and I am busy getting the boys located," Connie explain ed. "and I really have no time to talk base ball or the weather. We had hoped for a couple of good, bright days, but apparent ly we are going to be disappointed. So far as winning the pennant is concerned: I have nothing to say. We are going to try to win the four games we have with Washington, and trust that the St. Louis Browns will put a twist in the Tiger's tall." When asked about his reported Interview regarding the decision Silk O'Loughlln made In Philadelphia during the great seventeen inning contest pulled off there he declined to either affirm or deny it. "That is a matter which doesn't concern any one but those involved, a.nd I refuse to say anything." The Athletics are Installed at the Arling ton. From all appearances they are Just as cool as were the Tigers when here. They don't seem to be at all worried that they are practically out of the race. They look and feel Just as confident as if the pennant was clinched. STRAINING MATHEMATICS TO FIND CHANCE FOR MACK Over in Philadelphia the midnight wick is spluttering overtime and the prize mathe maticians of the Press, the Inquirer and the Ledger are busy with logarithms, cosines and such, figuring out Just how much chance the Athletics have of beating out the Tigers for the blue ribbon of the Amer ican League. They're having something of a Job, too. This is the Ledger expert's dope: If the Athletics should win two today the clubs would stand: Won. Lost. Pet. Detroit 01 60 .619 Athletics 87 50 .<MJ8 If the Athletics win two games today and two Saturday and Detroit loses one of Its three games, the clubs will stand: Won. Lost. Tot. Detroit 83 57 .020 Athletics 80 50 .014 If the Athletics lose one and Detroit loses one, the clubs will stand: Won. Lost. Tct. Detroit 93 57 .020 Athletics 88 67 .607 If the Athletics lose one game and De troit two, the clubs would then stand: Won. Lost. Pot. Detroit 112 ft* .613 Athletics 88 67 .607 If the Athletics win four and Detroit loses three, they will stand: Won. Lost. Pot. Athletics 80 50 .614 Detroit 81 511 .607 If the Athletics win three and Detroit loses three, the clubs will stand: Won. Lost. Pet. Athletics KS 57 .607 Detroit 81 50 .007 If the Athletics win four and Detroit loses two, the clubs will stand: Won. Lost. Pot. Athletics 80 50 .014 Detroit 02 68 .613 Cricket Match a Draw. OTTAWA, Ontario, October 4.?The crick et match yesterday between the Maryle bones and the Canadian eleven resulted In a draw. The Marylebones made 110 Wednes day for their first Innings, and the Ca nadians 1M yesterday. In the second in ning the Marylebones made 115 for five wickets and the Canadians 72 for eight wickets when time was up, and the game a draw. GET MODERN VEHICLE. "Band Wagon" Used by Assistant As sessors Given a Best. The assistant assessors of the District are to have a new vehicle to transport them about the city while they are officially em ployed. For many years?I r^ fact, so long ago that the oldest employes of the District failed to recollect to the contrary?the board of real estate assessors has had at Its disposal a vehicle that, because of Its antiquity and ungainly appearance, was called the "band wagon." This vehicle was looked upon as a wonder In Its palmy days, and has no doubt been seen by every resident of the District some time or other. It is a cross between a cab and a cart. It has four wheels. The assessors enter It from the rear, and It has seats on both sides, like a street car. Its chief adornment Is the dilapidated and faded awnings that hang from the windows on each side, and. most interesting of all. It Is drawn by two big, lanky, raw-boned, ex-fire horses. The gentlemen who have graced the board of real estate assessors have made repeated and earnest efforts to secure an appropriation with which to buy a new vehicle, but their efforts were fruitless. Whenever requests were made an examina tion of the old wagon would be made and a report submitted to the effect that "she's Just as sound as the day she was made," and the matter would be passed up. It is said by members of the board of as sistant assessors that the reason their re quests wore unsuccessful was due to the fact that those who had the say in the mat ter had never ridden in the "band wagon." Hut E. W. W. Grltiin, the present assessor, rode in this famous wagon for a number of years as a member of the board, and one of his first official prom ses after being made assessor was to secure a new wagon for the board of real estate assessors, and he has been true to his promise. Matthew Trimble, chairman of the board, was Informed today that a- requisition has been made for a new vehicle, and that It will be a handsome and modern one. Just what the fate of the old "band wagon" will be when Its successor materializes is not known, but one official of the assessor's of fice has been heartless enough to suggest that it be turned over to the street cleaning department. DESK SERGEANTS COMPLAIN. Ask Superintendent of Police to Re duce Working Hours. MaJ. Sylvester was visited today by a delegation of desk sergeants who are as signed to night duty, and they asked a re duction of their working hours. The com mittee was composed cf H. P. Short of the first precint, C. F. Giddings of the second and W. S. Shelby of the third. Recently a meeting of night desk sergeants was held, and they sent MaJ. Sylvester a communica tion asking that their working days be shortened from fourteen to eight hours. Nothing was done in the matter, so today the committee of three met the superin tendent and discussed the question with him The night desk sergeants go on duty at C o'clock and remain until 8 o'clock in the morning. They are supposed to have four hours' sleep during the early hours of the morning if their business is In such shape that, they can be spared from their desks, but, they state, thay do not always get the rest. During the interview with MaJ. Syl- ' vester the members cf the committee point ed out the hardships they endurei because of the number of hours they are compelled to work, and nsked that something be done to relieve them. MaJ. Sylvester promised to consider the request, but said he hardly thought he could grant the desk sergeants eight hours at this time on account of not having men enough to spare. To make the change, he explained, would >nean the taking of at least ten more men oft the street. Weights and Measures Reports. The Commissioners today received a re port from Col. W. C. Haskell, sealer of weights and measures, setting forth that during September the total receipts of the office were $1,558. In addition, $8150.50 was paid to the sealer as rents from the stalls In the Eastern, Western and Georgetown markets. . " * ? ? ? ? *? w vvvwvy v* w ar-*1 *? "w v -?p inrv^1 w vb w '?'"W v v%" V" V ?????* I W. B. MOSES & SONS, j F ST., COR. ELEVENTH. W. B. MOSES <& SONS REMNANT SALE, Embracing Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Lace Curtains, &c. Space is too valuable to devote to any artic le that stands to represent only its own individual sale. It must sell many such articles. We'd rather sacrifice it at less than wholesale cost than devote space to it, and that case prevails in this sale. Bedroom Furniture. i Bedroom Furniture. Reg. Oct. price. price Gold. Oak Shaving Stand $11.00 $7.4() Mah. Shaving Stand $14 (X) $8.40 Mahogany Linen Chest... $36.00 $2o.95 Mahogany Linen Chest... $53.00 $35.00 j Mahogany Linen Chest... $27.50 $1:1.75 ! Mahogany Linen Chest... $20.00 $12.50 Curly Birch I.ow Boy ... $21.00 $14.80 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $111.00 $15.00 Golden Oak Chiffonier $16.(H) $1(1.75 Golden Oak Chiffonier $10.50 $8.45 Golden Oak Chiffonier.... $9.00 $7.50 Golden Oak Chiffonier... . $5.75 $4 75 Golden Oak Chiffonier $12(10 $9.50 Golden Oak Chiffonier $0.75 $5.65 Mahogany Linen Chest... $55.00 $34 SO Mahogany Low Boy $95.00 $49.90 Mahogany Linen Chest... $00.00 $40.00 Mahogany Low Boy $55.00 $42.75 Mahogany High Boy $105.00 $05.00 Gold. O. Gent s Chiffonier $35.00 $22.00 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $12.75 $10.80 Golden Oak Chiffonier $32 00 $25 00 Mahogany Chiffonier $85.00 $09.(HI Mahogany Chiffonier $33.00 $20.75 Mah. Gent's Chiffonier... $30.00 $24.75 Mah. Gent's Chiffonier... $48.00 $90:00 G. O. Gent's Chiffonier... $00.00 $40.00 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $45.00 $29.05 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $25.00 $19.75 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $32.00 $24 110 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $44.00 $35.20 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $23.00 $19 05 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $28.50 $22.50 Golden Oak Cliiffonler... $38.00 $31.50 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $13.00 $10.90 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $57.00 $47.5(1 Golden Oak Chiffonier... $34.00 $20.00 Natural Oak Chiffonier.. $37.00 $21.95 Bird's-eye Maple Chlff'nr $39.00 $29.00 Bird's-eye Maple Chiff'nr $32.00 $24.00 Bird's-eye Maple Chlff'nr $32.00 $24.50 Bird's-eye Maple Chlff'nr $40.00 $27.50 Bird's-eye Maple Chlff'nr $47.00 $37.50 Bird's-eye Maple Chlff'nr $20.00 $22.30 Mahogany Chiffonier $74.00 $45.00 Mahogany Chiffonier $35.00 $27.50 Mahogany Chiffonier $10.00 $12.50 Mahogany Chiffonier $43.00 $35.00 Mahogany Chiffonier $42.00 $32.00 Curly Birch Chiffonier... $35.00 $25.00 Mahogany Chiffonier $30.00 $21 50 Mahogany Chiffonier $50.00 $42.75 Mahogany Chiffonier $69.50 $58.50 Mahogany Chiffonier $37-50 $30.75 Mahogany Chiffonier $58.00 $29.90 Mahogany Chiffonier $09.50 $55.00 Mahogany Chiffonier $44.00 $35.50 Mahogany Chiffonier $40.00 $32.00 Mahogany Chiffonier $80.00 $55.00 Mahogany Chiffonier $47.00 $30.00 Mahogany Chiffonier $37.00 $22.70 Mahogany Chiffonier $40.00 $32.40 Mah. Chiffonier. Inlaid... $01.00 $45.00 Mahogany Chlffonief $61.00 $47.50 Mahogany Chiffonier $140.00 $09.90 Mah. Princess Dresser... $31.(J0 $20.50 G. O. Princess Dresser. . $35-00 $29.90 G. O. Princess Dresser... $32.00 $24.20 Mah. Princess Dresser... $50.00 $42.50 Mah. Princess Dresser... $05.00 $50.00 Mahogany Dresser $60.50 $52.20 Toona Mah. Dresser $39.00 $24.50 Solid Mah. Dresser $110.00 $85.00 Mah. Princess Dresser.... $53.50 $39.95 Mahogany Dresser $58.00 $45.00 Mahogany Dresser $120.00 $95.00 Mah. Dressing Table $78.00 $82.50 Mah. Dresser (Colonial). $73.00 $64.50 Mah. Dresser (FOild) $140.00 $115.00 Mahogany Chiffonier $61.00 $47.50 Mahogany Chiffonier $21.50 $14.90 Mahogany High Boy $125.00 $72.75 Mahogany Chiffonier $110.00 $87.50 Mahogany Toilet Table.. $58.00 $50.00 Mahogany Dresser $158.00 $136.00 Majhogany Dresser $76.00 $59.50 Caucasian Wal. Chiffonier $90.00 $70.00 Caucasian W. Toilet Tab. $53.00 $36.50 Caucasian Wal. Chiffonier $64.50 $37.50 Mah. Inlaid Toilet Table. $44.00 $30.00 Mahogany Toilet Table.. $29.50 $17.50 Mahogany Toilet Table.. $27.00 $16.50 White En. Toilet Table.. $40.00 $27.50 Mahogany Dresser $55.00 $42.50 Mahogany Dresser $32.00 $22.75 Mahogany Chiffonier $32.00 $25.00 Mahogany Chiffonier $32.00 $24.90 Mahogany Chiffonier $31.00 $22.50 Mahogany Chiffonier $21.50 $14.25 Mahogany Dresser $25.00 $18.25 Mahogany Dresser $35.00 $28.00 Mahogany Dresser $27.00 $21.50 Curly Birch Chiffonier.... $21.50 $14.90 Curly Birch Dresser $44.00 $32.50 Curly Birch Dresser $30.00 $22.50 Golden Oak Chiffonier $21.75 $17.25 Golden Oak Dresser $14.00 $26.50 Golden Oak Dresser $24.50 $16.65 Golden Oak Dresser $11.00 $9.95 Golden Oak Dresser $32.00 $27.95 Golden Oak Dresser $11.75 $9.90 Golden Oak Dresser $15.75 $13.25 Golden Oak Dresser $23.00 $19.95 Golden Oak Dresser $13.75 $11.00 Single Mah. Bedstead? $30.00 $17.50 Bird's-eye Maple Bed stead (full size) $47.50 $19.50 Golden Oak Dresser $46.00 $34.35 Golden Oak Dresser $49.50 $39.50 G. O. Toilet Table $28.50 $20.75 G. O. Princess Dresser... $51.00 $38.50 White Enamel Chiffonier $49.00 $37.50 White Enamel Chiffonier $13.25 $10.95 White Enamel Chiffonier $16.00 $11.95 White Enamel Chiffonier $13.00 $10.80 Birch Dresser .... $17.75 $13.00 Golden Oak Dresser $22.00 $16.90 Golden Oak Dresser $34.00 $26.50 W. E. Metal Washstand. $22.00 $15.50 (Continued.) W. E Metal Washstand. Golden Oak Washstand.. Golden Oak Washstand.. B.-E Maple Washstand. Mahogany Washstand... Toona Mah Washstand. G. O. Washstand (somnoe Keg. price. $11.00 $12 <>0 $17.50 $2 '.(HI $20.00 $23.00 $4 B.-E. Maple Dresser... $110.00 Mahogany Dresser $37.50 Circassian Wal. Dresser.$250.00 Mahogany Chiffonier.... $76.00 Mahogany Toilet Table.. $36.00 Brass Bed. 4 ft $52.00 Brass Bed, 3 ft $30.00 Brass Bed, 4 ft $34.00 Brass Bed, 4 ft $32.00 Brass Bed. 4 ft,. $00 00 Oct. p.l.v. $K.9(? $10.80 $13.50 $14.75 $14.75 $18.00 $'t t*? $92.00 $29 00 $100.00 $40.00 $29.90 $42.(HJ $22 50 $24. OO $23 $49 IH - Dining Room Furniture. Keg. price. Cathedral Oak China Closet $114.00 Cathedral Oak China Closet $100.00 Golden Oak China Closet.$130.00 Golden Oak Sideboard $135.00 Golden Oak China Closet.$125.00 Golden Oak China Closet.$105.00 Golden Oak Sideboard $185 00 Mah. Line Inlay China Closet $73.00 Mah. Sideboard $120.09 Mah. China Closet $90.00 Mah. Buffet $00.00 Mah. Buffet $12.1.00 Mah. China Closet $117 "Hi Mah. Buffet $100.00 Mah. China Closet $73.00 Mah. Inlaid Sideboard $20(1.00 Mah. Sideboard (colonial)$181.00 Wea. Oak Buffet $45.00 Early English China Closet $85.00 Golden Oak China Closet. .$58.00 Golden Closet Golden Closet Golden Oak Oak Oak China $106.00 China $62.50 China Closet $80.00 Golden Oak China Closet $33.00 Golden Oak China Closet $27.50 Golden Oak China Closet $44.00 Golden Oak China Closet $31.00 Early Eng. Linen Press. $90.00 Golden Oak Buffet $46.50 Golden Oak Buffet $27.00 Golden Oak Buffet $25.50 Mahogany Buffet $69.00 Mahogany Buffet $65.00 Mahogany Buffet $48.00 Mahogany Buffet $69.00 Mahogany Buffet $37.00 Mahogany Buffet $37.50 Mahogany Buffet $66.09 Mahogany Buffet $50.00 Mahogany Buffet $27.00 Mahogany Buffet $52.50 Mahogany Side Table.... $24.50 Golden Oak Side Table.. $28 110 Buffet $70.00 Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Oak Golden Oak Golden Oak Golden Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Buffet $23.00 Buffet $55.00 Buffet $ 46.00 Buffet $26.00 Buffet $45.00 Buffet $32.00 Buffet $33.00 Buffet $55.00 Buffet $00.00 Buffet $36.00 Buffet $47.50 Solid Golden Oak Buffet. $76.00 Solid Golden Oak Buffet. $69.00 Solid Golden Oak Buffet. $31.00 Solid Golden Oak Buffet. $90.00 Solid Golden Oak Buffet. $42.00 Golden Oak Sideboard... $17.50 Golden Oak Sideboard... $27.50 Mahogany China .Closet. $70.00 Mahogany China Closet. $50.00 Mahogany China Closet. $66.00 Golden Oak China Closet $63.00 Mahogany China Closet. $61.00 Early Eng. Sideboard $200.00 Early Eng. China Case. .$105.00 Mahogany China Case.. $40.00 Weath. Oak Sideboard..$150.00 Early Eng. China Case. $92.00 Early Eng. Sideboard... $135.00 Mah. Serving Table $26.00 Golden Oak Buffet $36.00 Oct. pric;. $75.09 $72.50 $95.00 $ld0.00 $90.i41 $85.00 $15O.(j0 $59.50 $>0.00 $60.00 $72 00 $90.00 $72.50 $79.75 $59.50 $130.(10 $125.00 $27.50 $55.00 $49.SO $8275 $55.00 $69.50 $28.75 $22.50 $33.00 $24.70 $58.00 $38.75 $22.50 $21.00 $40.00 $47.50 $42 5 } $44.00 $32.00 $29 50 $14.00 $35 60 $22.50 $44.50 $21.00 $23.00 $59.50 $18.00 $43.50 $39.90 $19 90 $35.00 $27.50 $23.50 $44.00 $49.90 $30.00 $39.50 $59.25 $47.50 $22.90 $75.00 $35 00 $ 15.00 $22.75 $58.00 $45.00 $55.00 $29.95 $49.80 $99.O0 $60.00 $30.00 $81.00 $70.00 $96.00 $17.00 $24.75 Hali Furniture. Re*. Oct. price. pric*. Flemish Oak Hall Glass. .$50.00 $25.00 Flemish Oak Hall Settee. .$65.00 $32 50 Wea. Oak Hall Settee $16.00 $12.00 Golden Oak Hall Bark $31.00 $25.00 Golden Oak Hall Settee. .$125.00 $90.00 Golden Oak Hall Bark $45.00 $37.80 Golden Oak Hall Back... .$34.00 $2.1.00 Golden Oak Hall Back... .$31.00 $27.50 Golden Oak Hall Back $25.00 $20.00 Golden Oak Hall Back... .$10.00 $7.50 Golden Oak Hall Bnck $23.00 $16.75 Golden Oak Hall Stand and Umbrella Holder $6.,V) $1.25 Golden Oak Hall Back....$27.00 $10.50 Golden Oak Hall Ra ck.... $60.00 $40.75 Golden Oak Hall Back... .$32.00 $2!.75 Golden Oak Hall Back. . .$205.00 $195.00 Mah. Hall Back $100.00 $80.00 ParSor Furniture. Mahogany Divan Mahogany Armchair... Turkish Rocker Loose Seat Rocker..., Mahogany Side Chair. He* price. $15(1 (Hi $120.00 $72 (Hi $24 1*1 $30 HI $65 OO $45 OO $30.00 $16 50 $44 00 $40.00 $25 25 Mahogany Sofa Mahogany Armchair.... Mahogany Armchair.... Mahogany Side Chair... Mahogany Armchair.... Mahogany Sofa Mahogany Rocker, loose cushions Mahogany Armchair. loose cushions $24 50 Mahogany Sofa $120.00 Armchair.... $63 00 Sofa $85 ik) Side Chair... $25 00 Finish Divan. $24.00 Fin. Rocker . $17.00 Armchair.... $29 00 Sofa $46 00 Armchair.... $37 50 Armchair.... $47.00 Sofa $90.00 Mahogany Rocker $25.00 Mahogany Armchair..^. $24(10 Mahogany Arm Bocker.. $24.00 Mahogany Armchair.... $22 00 Sofa $36.00 Sofa $42.00 Armchair.... $40.00 Armchair.... $34 50 Chair $00.00 Sofa $22 50 Armchair.... $22 50 Armchair.... $52 (K) Armchair.... $44 (Hi Armchair $27 (10 Armchair.... $36.00 Armchair.... $1K.00 Armchair.... $24(10 Sofa $50 00 (davenport). .$187.50 Mah. Armchair (loose cushions) $95.00 Mahogany Arm Rocker.. $46.00 Mahogany Arm Bocker.. $13.00 Mah. Sofa (leather) $64.00 Mah. Sofa (leather) $175(H) Mah. Fin. Divan $42.50 Mahogany Divan $50.00 Mahogany Armchair.... $41.00 Mahogany Sofa $35.00 Mahogany Settle (inlaid). $41.00 Weathered Oak Settle, with cushions $22 00 Weathered Oak Arm Kocker (leather) $82 00 Mah. Armchair (leather* $72 00 Weathered Oak Arm Bocker (leather) $60.00 Mahogany Finish Parlor Chair (arm) $22 00 Mah Side Chair (parlor). $13.00 Mah Fin. Armchair $9 00 Odd Mahogany Armchair (Spanish leather) $125.00 Mah. Parlor Side Chair. . $17.75 Mahogany Rocker....... $28.00 Mah. Chair (2 cushions). $52 OO Mah. Fin. Armchair $7 50 Mah. Parlor Armchair. . $29.00 Mahogany Armchair.... $18.00 Solid Mahogany Rev. Bookcase $4000 Solid Mahogany Desk. . $165 00 Mahogany Side Chair (haircloth) $^J,50 Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mah. Fin. Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany G. O. Hall Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mah. Sofa Oc?. rrl.-. $M51K I $75 HO $45 00 $19 75 $2(1 HO $4N 00 $30 00 $20.00 $IO.oO $35 nil $32 HO $20 50 $19 .VI $75.00 $4oii0 $55 IK) $12 50 $16.50 $12 75 $18 25 $27.50 $27 5(1 $3". (HI $6H.O0 $17.50 $16 T-". $18.50 $17.50 $29 50 $30.00 $.t(l (HI $27.50 $25 00 $16.75 $ls 1.1 $2* 50 $25 00 ?21. ."HI $27.50 $13 50 $16.50 $25.00 $150.00 $60.00 $30ik) $11 25 $42 50 $80 (?) $25 00 $25 (K) $18 <H> $19 IK) $23.00 $12 75 $59.00 $50 00 $45(10 $11.00 $9 50 $6.90 $60 00 $9 .VI $19.00 $24(10 $3 75 $20 (K> $11.90 $28 .00 $138.50 $1 1 1 I V I I i i $ ?? ? ? i > 0 <> 1 > < ? I. A - ? 1. Mah. Armchair (hair cloth) $27 50 $22.50 Mahogany and Brass Trim. Louis XV Desk $110 00 V. M Music Cabinet.... $32 00 Gold Music Cabinet $33.00 Mahogany Curio Cabinet. $50.00 Mah. Hawthorn Arm chair $53.00 Mahogany Corner Chair. $18 00 Mahogany Corner Chair. $16.0o Mah. Fin. Armchair $21 50 Mahogany Fin. Rocker.. $25 iHl Mahogany Finish Chair. $22.00 Mahogany Rocker $22 50 Mah. Fin. Corner Chair. $12 50 Mahogany Side Chair... $19.00 Mah. Fin. Chair, damask $22.iO Mah. Armchair, silk $45 0:1 Mahogany Chair, In'aid. $25.50 Odd Mission Armchair.. $17.00 Mah. Fin. Side Chair $14.25 Mahogany Chair $22.(Hi Mahogany Parlor Table. $48 00 Mah. Parlor Cabinet $37.50 Violet Parlor Cabinet... $91.00 Rosewood Music Cabinet $60.00 Mah. Parlor Cabinet.... $55 00 Mah. Parlor Cabinet. $40.00 Mah. Writing Desk $14.(H) W. O. Armchair $7.50 Mahogany Armchair $15.0o Golden Oak Armchair... $8 00 Golden Oak Armchair... $5 75 Whitney Armchair $16.25 Mahogany Sofa (muslin) $93.00 Mahogany Finish Arm chair (muslin) $35.00 Mahogany Sofa (muslin) $(!5.00 Mah. Side Chair (muslin) $25.00 Mahogany Sofa (mtislln) $77 IK) Mah. Armchair (muslin) $20.00 Slahogany Sofa (muslin) $70.00 $76.50 $25 (Hi $27.50 $39 90 $37 50 *15.00 #11.2" *14 (H) *11.25 $11.25 *15.(HI $10 00 $7.50 $10.50 $27 00 $10.50 *9 CO $9.00 $15 (HI $36 (HI $28.(HI $70 (HI $45 IK) $411.(10 $28.75 $7.iH> *4 (*) $7 50 $4.(KI $3.50 *12.5o $75.00 *17 50 $40 IHl $15.00 $45 IK) $12.00 $40.(10 < ? 1 > ( ? >' , . 5 t Y t I W. B. MOSES & SONS, F Street, Cor. 11th. X s VALIDITY QUESTIONED. Deeds to Property in Bloomingdale Containing Certain Covenant. Several residents of Bloomingdale. It Is understood, have decided to join Charles D. Harrison In his effort to have the court de termine the validity of the deeds to most of the property In that vicinity, which cov enants that owners shall not sell or rent to colored persons. Harrison sued Francis De S. Smith, colored, who purchased and moved into premises 1st street, for an Injunction to prevent Smith from occupy ing the property. The residents of the community are prac tically united In the effort to exclude col ored persons from Bloomingdale, and a large number. It Is said, have expressed a willingness to contribute to a fund to light the case out in higher courts if the present case Is decided adversely. NO FIGHT AGAINST PARSONS. New York County Committee Meeting Placid. NEW YORK, October 4.?Herbert Parsons was chosen for the third time as the leader of the republican organization of this coun ty when the new county committee met last night to organise. There was no opposition and the meeting was as placid as a pink tea, save for Just a little sputtering from Abe Gruber over the appointing of a com mittee on contests. The plan of the old Odell leaders to put up William M. K. Ol cott as an opposition candidate had abandoned. Lemuel Ely Qulgg, who has usually led such fights, was not there. The chance Mr. Gruber got to talk came when President Parsons announced that notices of contest had been received from the first, third and thirteenth districts. These were the contests made by Husch against Dallesandro. Rinehart against March and J. J. Farrell against Hahn. When Gherardl Davis moved that a com mlttee of Ave be appointed to hear these contests in case the courts held that the committee was the judge of the qualifica tions of its own members. Gruber said that it would be giving a club into the hands of the . president, and insinuated that Hahn and Husch would meet ttie fate of Jake Newstead, who was put out and then rein stated by the courts. Bronson Windolph of the twenty-fifth district nominated Mr. Parsons for presi dent of the committee. When he said that the issue in the coming campaign was whether the people approved or disap proved of the acts and policies of Charles E. Hughes there was a lot of cheering. Mr. Parsons, he said, was the first to raise the Hughes banner at Sara toga. "The republican party," he said, "has had a new birth In the nation through Theodore Roosevelt. In the state under Charles K. Hughes and in the county under Herbert Parsons, the exponent of the new repub licanism and the organizer of Its victories." There was no other nomination. Mr. Par sons made a speech to the committee, in which he said that he had striven for two years to promote the cause of the party and the cause of good government. GETTING AFTER, THEM RIGHT. Chicago Women to Boycott Filthy Grocers, Butchers and Milk Dealers. CHICAGO, October 4.?An extensive plan for Improvement of the milk supply and betterment of sanitary conditions ih mar kets and provision stores Is to be carried on throughout the United States this win ter by club women in the various cities and towns. In some Individual cases the fight was In augurated a year ago by a few of the clubs and state federations; this year the Gen eral Federations of Women's Clubs lias taken up the campaign and through Its pure food committee, beaded by Mrs. Wal ter McNab Miller of Columbia, Mo., will prosecute It vigorously. Each club affil iated with the general federation will be asked to start a campaign of Us own. Health officials, milk Inspectors and food inspectors would be appealed to and. If necessary. Jolted by legal prosecutions. "White lists"?a modified form of boy cott?will be made out In each city and town and club women wl!l patronize only those grocer* and butchers who keep their floors and counters clean, their employes immaculate and their goods screened from flies and dust. A general appeal on this subject to the club women of the country will appear in the October number of the Federation Bul letin. the official organ of the federation, which will be published this week. Postponed Until October 8. The announcement of the police authori ties that the merchants along I*>u siana avenue northwest must not place their goods along the sidewalk in n way to ob struct the free passage of same was car rled into efTect yesterday when Peter t'ha conas, a dealer with stores on the avenue, was asked to appear in the District branch of the Police Court today upon Informa tions alleging that he violated the law Sep. tomber 27 and 28. Mr. Chaconas did appear this morning, but instead of entering Into a trial of the case, asked a postponement until October 18, which was granted by Judge Kimball. Police Helped Mayor Preside. BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. October 4.?At an excited meeting of the city council Mayor George B. Ward Wednesday night pre sided with the assistance of the police de partment. The president of the council, John L. Parker, who was put in control during the mayor's absence in Kurope, at tempted to preside, but was put down by the chief of police. The meeting was full of turbulence and the word "liar" was used so freely that numerous arrests had to be made because of the disorders The stormy session was the culmination of charges of grafting, which were publicly made on Monday against two aldermen by ..ayor Ward.