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rtfwtw 'iMw'w ?" i" 1 , 9 THEEVENHTQ TOTES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1898. WE HAVE f w, WVWW '? The Busy Corner, 8th and Market Spac?. gftRADlr)c6ljiiciLft Iong had the reputation of sell iiifr finer, .better tailored and better fitting DRESS SUITS than most of the custom folks can produce. This season they arc better than ever, are ccrrect in every detail of fabric, fashion, and fit, and during this DISSO LUTION SALE are sold at ONE-THIRD OFF of regular prices. Were $25 to $50.00. Now $16.66 to $33.33. The proper Hats, correct Shoes,- proper Shirts, Collars. Cuffs, Ties, Gloves and other full-dress requisites, too, are here, and at" ONE-THIRD less than their real value. Robinson, Chery & Co. 12th and F Streets N. W. Kr'X-x?x?x?xc-iix?X!fcxKKtRKtanrats These are good days to buy Ilousefurnishing-,. for we re in a position to of fcr bi tallies at very low prices. This Is tlic only complete Houscfurul'hlnR establish ment here. Carpets made, laid, and lineJ free. "Your Credit is Good." HOUSE & HERRMANN p Liberal Furnishers, g Cor. 7th and I Sts. B0SS0SX3SX3SSS03S0G Insure your Property with the NSVlRttlOE 708 14th St. N. W. SSSS-SSSSQQGSQSCQSSSQSQSS MAVEIl & I'HTTIT, Itcllablc Outfitters. O n You're Invited s 8 To inspect our creal Hoars of de" nimble furniture a .id to compare the qualities and the prices jou'Jl see tliere Willi an v others In town. We don't feir comparison. Open an account uithus this New Year. FURNITCJli: ITEMS. Magnificent 10-ptece Be Iroom .Suite, solid ak. rlcMv carved bedstead. I 8 8 8 8 u a w s 8 8 a ( s 8 s 8 i i a n 4 chairs, rocker and towel rack iza.bu t? Richly carved solid osk bldcboard. heavy plate n irror, ca pacious cuibard and liawcr, oaly $12.50 C-drawer solid oak MiifTonier -Df. JJ Sol-d oak Chiffonier, plate- (TQ Cfl pl.is mirror, C draue:s. ... 4U.UU Iin.ft. Extension Table, 5 richly carved les, solid oak, only $3.50 Comfortable Concli. unhols- I $448 tero I in tapestry, he-niy irineu, :ny .. CAltrKTS A.SO UPIIOLSTEIEV. Kino quality Wool Ingrain Carpet, Heavy Ingrain Carpet, fjooi quality Kxcelient Tapestry Brussels Carpet Jayaneso Itug. 31x72, only.. Idrj;c i)oablc Illankcts Beautiful Chcnlilo Portieres per pair lied Comfort, only 55c t: 30c 65c 31.19 g 85c I $2.75 8 74c 1 All carets Made, laid, and lined free. Handsome ran el Painting, well Trained in oak, subjects $1.25 Jiu'i, nn, aim same, imcu. Mayer & Pettit, 5 Kellabln Outfitters, 415 417 7th St. N. w. GSS3SSS9QSSQ Gsesassssssssa This cold weather calls for - A good warm- storm coat at a needful price during thesehard times. "We sell a beauty for $5.00. NewYorkCIothingHouse 311 7th St. N. W. SAKS SATS No other house dors, ever did, or ever will, sell such sterling qualities at such low prices as wc quote. BONA FIDECljCULATlON. The circuJuHcii of TIio TiincH for tile nirli eiulLMl December 115, lHUIt, was um follows: Suturcluy, Ueteinher 1... 37,533 Sunday, December liO.. 24,072 Monday, December 21.. 37,330 Tuesday, December 22..... 37,175 Weeliiebcluy, December 23... 37,101 Thursday, December 24. v. 37,130 Friday, December 25........ 35,242 Total copies printed.... 245,585 Less damaged copies. coiiles unsold fu offices unl copies returned fioin uetvM KtaudM uud branch officer. 22,704 Total 222,821 1 hereby certify that the above 1h a correct statement of circula tion for the ueelc ended December 25, 18f)U. AVILLIAM P. LEECU, Munmjer of Circulation. AdvertierM are cordially Invited to visit our prcKH and mailing rooms at all tlmcH und verify the above Ktatement. City Brevities Tlic House document room at (lie OipiUil is. closed at nonn durltiK the lnjli'Iays. Attorney A. A Lipscomb is confined to hi heme liec.eu'-c: of a severe ult;iek of lumbago. A ljrsenuinberof persons cnjoyttieidcat liiK on li" l'asteru UrJiich, whlihls luw frozen .solid. Harry NcMtt, or ttic Internal reienue uffiiv, lias returned from tt vim to friends at Vr'arrenton, Va. Ma Maxwell, who Is a member of the freshman elav at Cornell UnlerMty, is -home for the holidays. A delegation of Sac and Fo Indians will have a hearing before the Indian Commis sioner toniorroniorulng. No courts were in Mhion yehterday, ex cept criminal rourt. No. 2, presided oer by Chief Justice Bingham. Tl.c itrollit-rhiKHl of Andrew and I'lilnp met last night at the First Congregational Churth in a business session. ComrnKsib'her'Truesdcl! has been att-er.t from the city shire the 24th instant on business and pleasure combined "Tne extremely frosty weather of thepast two weeks temporarily ileiayetl the work of construction on tlicWnlKicli school build ing. George M. Sperry, formerly of I Ins city, but now i f Trinidad, Col., is spending the loiidays with his parents, on M street norlliwC3t. - A numljer of local fanciers have entered poultry exhibits at the New l'ork chicken show, which opens in .Madison Square Gar den this morning. JuOce Henry C. Nevltt, well known le- Henry C. ealliis a former Wastiingtcn studentand Treasury clerk, died at Terrc Haute, Ind., on the Slst instant. A competitive evamlnation for the ihsC tion of junior assistant resident physician at I he Columbia Hospital will le luld at the institution on January 5. Minnie. Gfssler and ii-vcral c'tlicr little girls in Nc.itheast Washlrglon are arrang ing to l.o.d a 'midwinter frolic" for the benefit of the police poor fund. Secretary WilIiamsor the ex ise beard, is till confined to his home-by the injuries to his ankle, sustained several weeks ago. but hopes to resume bis desk within a few days. Chler Clerk-ntirhard Sylvester, of, the pdice depurttrfent. jesteidaj presented Capt. Austin and Inspector Louis H. licl llnberger witli gold police whistles as Christinas gifts The new file room whic.li Is being con structed in the rear tenter corridor of the city hall will be completed in it day r two. This will do away with the tear entrance facing (J street. Tlic labor leaders of the cil) are contem plating the organization of another central body to be known as the "'Federal Union." It is intended to be a sort of clearing house for all matter pertaining to organized la bor in the Uislrict. The new house of Thomas Nelson 1'age, at U street and New Hampshire avenue, is of thCcolonial style of architecture, but it differs from most colonial structures In two particulars. It is entirely fneproof ind it has a billiard room The New Year'shoportheNationalFenci bles, which will I given at their quarters on E street on Thursday evening, promises to be a most enjoyable iffair. The annual full-dress reception will be held on the evening of January 21. David .VcNamee, residing at No. C18 G street, made a misstep while alighting from an KckiiiEtonand Soldiers' Home car, mar .the Ilaltimore and Ohio depot tills morning, and falling to the roadway received painful injt.ricsabo'ni theface and head. Mrs. John Cox, or 1413 Eighth street, who fell rrom an clot trie ear at Ninth and O streets Friday, i- still 111 a dazed condi tion on account 'of injuries to her head, .bruugl.t on by Hie fall. 8he Is not suffer ing from internal injuries, as was first 'thought. Miss Alice Proctor, of No. 121 Fifth street northeast, who lias been suffering Ufroin a seere fall on the steps of the Sec ond Ilapttst Church, was somewhat better last nkrhl. Hr Ramsey Nevltt is attend ing the otiug lad-, and pronounces her to I be out of danger. Sergt. K Ivey, of the Sixth precinct, put the patrolmen through a icviru Inspec tion at the 0 o'clock and midnight reliefs yesterdaj The crgoant closely exam ined their piste Is", batons, whistles, nip pers and other paraphernalia, also their buttons, uniforms and general appear ance. ," A large frame shanty at the corner of Florida avenue and the Brentwood road was totally destroyed by fire yesterday afternoon. The fire was caused by the explosion of u coal .oil lamp. The house was rented by Oinstead Lee, and occupied jointly by a number of colored families, all of whom escaped unhurt. It was Uev. .1. H. Lcc, not Rev. George IV. Lee, who filed a protest with the excise board against the granting of a liquor license to A. Meinking. at No. OUT Q street nortliuest. The former is pastor of the church at the corner of Fifth and Q streets northwest, In the vicinity of the saloon. The civil suit against Francis J. Kicck lioefer, the alleged defalcating ex-dlsburs-ing clerk of the State Department, against whom proceedings were commenced to re cover on his hoiHi, Judge Bradley yester day granted the district atlorney'fi office Iermis.siuiito file an amended bill. This was done because subsequent to the filing of the suit, it is alleged, other amounts were discovered, which should be included. SVSl'ICIONS AUOUSED. Veteran Letter Carrier Sntldenly Dies In Erie. Erie, Ta.,i Dec- 29. William Dowel, a veteran letter carrier and a leading offi cial In the National Letter Carriers' Asso ciation, died suddenly Sunday night, and under suspicious circumstances. The coroner made an examination and found carbolic add In the dead man's stom ach and will bold an Inquest today. Dowd was the treasurer of two or three lodges heret He'lenvcs a widow and tbfee chil dren. Holiday .Kicurnio;! Hatea to Points Sou til. Tlic Pennsylvania Railroad will sell, De cember 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, and Janu ary 1, good to return until January 4, lfel7, holiday excursion tickets to Fred ericksburg, Richmond, Petersburg, Wcl den, and other points South, dolit.21,22, 23,26,28,20 cv, & 20,22,23,21 "7,28, 20m- JANUARY SALE OF BOOTS Men's Shoes, $5 ValueJ Winter Weights. Heavy enamel leather, tlireo soles ex tended, Ibe correct thins in winter Shoes. All the new and taslitonnblc shaped toes. $2.98 Fine Talent Leather Lace Shoes, super fine clntli tops nml extra quality kid top. Ilctaiiatja.00. Our sale price, $2.98 Russia Calf Winter Shoes, dark shades, 7Ttan and russet, extended serviceable Shoe couldn't sale price. $2.98 Fine. Bos Calf 'Shoes, extended soles, fashionable English shapes. Extremely durable and hindtoiiie. Our sale price. $2.98 STOLL'S "810" SEVENTH. i WW'WVV' T BuliiTs Kendig and Cole Ready to Aid Insurgents. FLYXX'S BITIXG REMARKS Daniel, Not tho Prophet. Hut a W.m derlnu Willie. Thought tin-Street. Hefn'-e Jloi-M Were Cu-pMorx l'ulnted Green In Honor of Ireland. Accepts the JmlgoV Invitation. "I wundcr'ir Makeo's dead?" sold Cole to lili, brother liallirr, Kendig, this incru ing. " ' 'MaVeot'' said Kejidig, in a horrified tone, "you mean JIass-M.c-o: that's tins proper twist to give it. Accent onthe middle liable, you know, Cole; "and Kendig stroked his military mustache with a sangulni-ry air, as lie added. "I in vctj familiar with the Spanish linpi. My grandpap had a parrot who could talk the language beautifully, and I learned it from the Llrd.'' Never mind alwut that," rclurm-. role, somewhat irritably, as if envious or Ken dig's linguistic accomplishments, "I wanted to know, Lecauself he is nlio" and Cole would not tru't lilnuclf to pronounce the name cf the brave Cuban "I would or ganize a regiment and Join the Cubans." 'So would I," rejoined Kendig, smiling his palm vigorously on Cole's; "would you make me capting?" "That 1 would, Samniie,' acquiesced Cole. "Vou'd he capting and I'd be kernel." Ti.e two bailiffs muled at each other with rapture, throwing their shoulders back and squaring their heels together after the manner of a soldier on parade. 'Who knows," sighed Kendig, ecstatic ally throwing up sky-scraping chateau in Spain, "but what with our help Cuba might be freed." From the corridor came a thunder of guffaws, disconcerting the embryo fili busters. It was the mighty voice or Police man Michael Joseph I'lynn,-nho parted the swinging door witli his head, and, cocking his helmet on one side of his head, eyed the bailiffs so sternly they ac'cd as If they had been guilty of some crime- "So you air goiii' to fight the Cublngs," said .Mike, who was with the flying column that went tothe relief of Custer and liastuet the Sioux in many a hand-to-hand fight. "We want to," sjld Kendig, bol-tering .himself again-t Cole. Whin the polr or you got as far as Key Wist," continued Flyim, "thej'd hae to put you In straight Jackets to git you Iny further. An' as for meet-in the innlmy, they'd niter see you unless they kin run loike an Injine, for jou'd haii-the divil's own leg' pittln' away from 'em. At all evtnts," concluded Mike, 'consolingly, "If you do join the Cublngs, you'll cut our seltes to pieces lejrain to bundle them matchPttes.' ' Kendig and Cole, T-pecchlcss with rap-, refused to reply, and as he left Flynn said: "Dannie Shea is in the dock. He wants to jine the Cublngs. Talk to Dannie." Daniel vcas one of the first prisoners called; a short, compact little man, airy as If he was at some social function, polite as only a courteous Irishman can ,be, and witty withal, he came welcome as a' shot of sunshine through a leaden sky, nfter a dreary procession of selfcoiifehsed vags had been sentenced. Daniel Is a bird of passage, und It is usually this time of the yeur.on his way to the Rivcrla of the West ern world, Florida, that he stops off for fifteen or thirty days In Washington by in vitationof his honor, Judge Klmliall, who recognized Daniel at once. "It's disorderly this time, yo,ur honor," said Kendig. "Ineleed," smiled the court, "It's usually vagrancy." "Thrue fcr ycr anner," broke In Daniel, "but a change is good for allot us now and thin." Daniel appeared as If a change of linen would he the besttransformatlonthut could happen to him, for his shirt was blacker than the face of a colored woman seated in the pen. -fee quiet, Dannie," admonished Kendig. "Let the officer testify." The orrlcer had to say that he met Mr. Shea on Seventh street, and at that pre cise moment Mr. Shea was spitting consid erable tobacco juice In and against the green tin boxes placed along the streets as a receptacle for waste paper. "I advised him, to quit," said the police man, "and he said Here the officer hesitated. "Shall I go on?" he inquired of the court. "Certainly," replied his honor. "Shure, Moike," added JJanlsi. as Kendig choked him off- IT'S OUST STOW! We have commenced a great reduction of stock sale with extraordinary bargains. All previous efforts will be eclipsed in the shoe-selling business, and values can bs looked for and bargains gathe.red in from the top shelf to the bottom throughout "8io." Every size every style every material all at Sale Prices. - Fine Calf Shoes, haml-welt, extended treble snles, calf lined, clolie and bulldog toes. $j value everywhere. Our sale price, $2.98 Men's Skating Shoes, fine box calf,proper widtli soles, ankle support for skating. The, best In town and north at least J-3. Our sale price, - - $2.98 "X Women Should Flock to Reap These Bargains. Women's Tallor-inaile, Columbia, Fine Itox Calf Shoes, invisibln cork s)les, patent leather tips, lace and button, valuo every where 4.00. Our sale price, soles. A moro Lc had. Our $2.48 "Tell the Conductor to 44 O A- Any' Overcoating in our house we shall make to lirCttl your measure built styl Offrr ishly to Jit perfectly for " AA VI They're worth SIS. 12 S15 and S30. HERTZ & MERTZ, REDUCED RATES via. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD :f:ro:m: WASHINGTON ToTJA'LTtMOItl:.ID; -- $l.O0 '" -WIWnXGTOX, DEL ---------- 4.34, CIIESTEItVl'A ------------ $4.!0 rillLADKLlMIIA, lV --------- $5.34 Tickets toibe sold December 21, 25 and 31 and January 1. Good for return passage until January 4, 18U7, inclusive. For further inforir.atiou apply at Ticket Office or to COLIX STCDI)i, rail. Act. Southeastern District, - lSthnnd USts. "Arter calling me n number of names," continued the police aiau.spjcirjlng the pro fanity, "he told m: to go to h I." "Roight in iery Messed t'ing," ejacu lated Shea, refusing to be suppressed, "an Oi give him the invite he-case Oi fought It was t he plise-ntfst place fer iny man to be this cowld weather." "What did you want to spit Into thc lioxes Tor?" asked l'ro-ecutor 1'ugii. 0111 tell you why, Mlsther James," re soondc 1 Daniel, the crow-feet at his shrewd old eyes deepening, and his mouth in a quiver, from laughter, "a man told lne they was splt-boxc- Jj-t rer us Olrlsh, on iiccount of their grane culler." The court room was In an uproar as Daniel Ixiwcd like an actor answering ap plause. "He's still incorrigible, your honor," laughed Mr. Pugli The court nodded, as he asked Shea where he was going. "To Floridy, sir. Me lcongs air bad," and he coughed regular stage cough, like Clara Morris, djlng, as Caniille, nt a matinee, ltcan be said In passing Daniel's lungs are sound as Sandow's, and this the court knows. "I think fifteen days in the workhouse wouhldo you and your pulmonarytroubles some good," said the Judge-, dryly. "An' me clothes, too, sur," cheerfully submitted Daniel, turning himself around to let therourt get abetter vlewof his woe fully patchedand ragged condition. "Oi'll git some of the old gyurlsdowuthprctocol llct me rlnts, an' s.ie me from doln' the altogether." "Oh, but if jou ain't the highest per simmon on the tree," said Kendig, as he deferentially pkiccd Dannie in a comfort able cell, where that gentleman awed an other Inmate hy telling him how he hud kept from the Judge the fact that he was one of a band or conspirators on their way to Cuba. "llut 1 kcptlt-tcr mcsclf when Oi was In the coort."i he said, "fer I read ence that wh'n the teeth is shut the tongue's nslcep." Moses Koss lives in Goat alley. It was 111:30 o'clock when Officer ITojgland met a boy, breathless, and panting, who sup plicated him to come without delay and keep Koss from killing a woman. Iloagland ran witli all haste, .and as he entered the house heard cries of murder and fierce oaths. He saw In a narrow room a woman lying on the floor, her face bruised and tlic blood flowing from mouth and nostril. In .a corner several children hud dled together, watched In terror their mother draghersclf toward the man who had struck her.cryingtnsuppUcaUon'Mosc, oh, Mose, don't hit me agin."- In her eyes was the dumb' terror thatnf died poor Nancy Sykes' before Bill's last blow glazed them in death. Hoagland grabbed Ross, half-devil from drink, and carried him to the station housi, charging him with ateault, but Ue could not be prosecuted od those grounds, for the Troman, with theiblmd.ldolatrousTbve that only -women's hearts can feel, refused posi tively to appear against him, and, very te luctnntly, the charge-was changed to pro fa nit jr. Today Hoagland related in detail thefoc curreuee, his honor's face growing stormier and stormier as be proceeded. 'What was the woman's condition?" asked his honor,! glancing at Ross, mus cular, burly and forbidding., Her face waa beaten la and her lips were all cut. SHOES AND hi you off at STOLL'S" g9 sWWWWWWtWWsW $14 MStT CKA TAILOIl', 906 F. FuII I Dress I I Requisites. No reatfy-madc clothing stock in this city will yield up such style aud comfort for evening1 wear for so little money as ours ? will. Dress suits, shirts, ties, gloves, everything you need. Correct fash- ion and low prices arc good iriends here. LOEB & HIRSH, f 910-912 F St. I tOperccnt.oflallcInthingtili Jan. 1st. g "And vou say she is not his wife?" "No, sir." 'Why wasn't the charge assault? dc- mande 1 his honor Imperatively. "Because, sir," responded the officer regretfully, "the woman would not prose cute him." Judge Kimball made a gesture of despair ns he asked the prisoner if he desired to make a statement. "I was talkin' loud," he growled like a dag deprived of a bone, "but I never cussed. I ain't cussed In elebben years." " Ton haven't, eh? Well, tell me why you were beating that woman?" questioned his honor, frowning. "Wasn't beatin' her." "What is the charge, Mr. Potts?" said the JuiIc." to the clerk, who told him it was profanity. "Ross," said the judge, f reezingly. "I am going to give you all the time I can. Twen ty dollars fine or ninety days In dcfuult, and I urn sorry I can't make It more." gi.adstoni: EiGirrr-sKVEx. Ulrthduy Celebrated by VbuiiI Dem onstration at Huwnrden. London, Dec. 29. Mr. Gladstone celebrat-edhlselghty-seventh birthday at Hawarden today, surrounded by his family. There was the usual demonstration by the vil lagers in honor.of the occasion consisting of the ringing of church bells und the as signment of deputations to proceed to the castle and congratulate the venerable statesman. Throughout the day there was an enor mous flow of congratulatory telegrams into the castle from all parts of the United Kingdom, the United States and the conti nent. Tbe Great Silver Sale. The remaining stock of silver ware, cut lery, and cut-glass ware on hand, to gether with an additional supply just opened from the reliable Taunton Silver plate Company will be closed out at tho competition of an auction sale, at tbe sale rooms of Walter B. Williams & Co., corner Tenth street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest, doily at 11 a. m., 3, and 7:30 p. in., for this week only. The.Klng of Fills is Beecham'sBEECH STOLL'S "8io' Women's Fine Cloth TopVici Kid Shoes, fashionable weljhts, lace style only, all tho proper shapes, llejular valuo Si 00. Our sale price, $1.98 "Women's Tallor-mado Fine Vic! KI1 Shoes, lace and button, patent tips, beauti fully lined, several fashionable styles of toe. Ilecular value $3.00. Our sale price, $1.98 Women's good quality lace and button Vici Kid Shoes, kid tops only, patent tips. Kegular value, $2.23. The best value wo have ever offered at $1.48 Women's Skating Shoes, box calf, lace or button, heavy soles, ankle support for skat ing. Worth$i Our sal price. $2.48. Serviceable and durable Skating Shoes, full of common. sense and wear. Theso would bo the cheapest Skating Shoes in Washington at S3.00. Our aIe price. $1.98 Arbuckle's Coffee AT fC- Tomorrow our special sal price 16J cents for Ar bucle's Package CofTee. We grind or pulverize it for yon. U cent for Cest 15 cent Eutterine to morrow. 2 c. Tomorrow we will mile a special Soai sale. Star Soan, 2 cents: liorax Soap. .Vi cents; Hon Ton Family Soap, 2S cents. French Candy tomorrow, 6c- Stick Candy tomorrow. yc 5 ponndi best Mixed Nuts FOR lbs Best Mixed Cakes 33' FOR Worth Wc. A 10-cent sack cf Best Lily Patent Flour civen free tomorrow to each purchaser of one t ound of 0.ccnt Tea or S pounds o'CO-cent Java and Mocba Coifee. 3 dozen Eggs tomorrow FOR JOHNSTONS, ?29 7th St. 12232 JESS The Result of tho astonishingly law prices has caused biz inroads on the bis stock of Ulluian clothing. It'.l pay you to look 'ora over. Men's Suits. Mada In the most serviceable Scotch goods. In stylish Dlalds a suit that cauuot bo duplicated O Rm for less than M or tS.. 9CiOU Children's Suits. Mothers, bring in tbe little chaps do bring In tbe little chaps we'll surprise you nn. with our suit for OwCi Men's Overcoats. ft In handsome Oxford gray meltons, nicely und warmly lined with cosslmere. They're A ff worth $5 and SO 9aaV H. Friedlander & Bro. Corner 9th and.E Sts. N. W. DR. RAINES' UOLDE.V SPECIFIC CUltES DRUNKENNESS Tt can tw kItch without tbe knwlf4n or Ue patient in coffee, tea or srtlcln of food : 1 effect a permanent and peedr enre. whether the patient Is a moderate lr Inker or an alcoholic wreck. Book of particulars free, to be had of . . William c e a r si s. n- we.ii.te, n. c. GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO., Prop's. Cincinnati. 0. Vlfriu In Uilr " Bt ea XarpUst UiWt," milled me. 14c 53 S.KANN. SONS & CO THE Bargains continue to flow and go. LINENS. 17-Inch Twilled Kitchen Toweling. 4-day Price, 2c. 22-incu Cotton Bird's-eye, 10-yard picccs- 4-day Price, 39c. Colored Border Frinasd Uuck Towels, size 20x33. ' 4-day Price, 4c. 12 He cpiabty All-llncn Brown Toweling. 4-day Price, 8c. Table Linen remnants In all nl.llia cranes arm colors, at greatly reduced price.. VEILING. Choice of sold at 2uc. any lB-incb u yard Veilings which 4-day Price, 1 5c. Ice or any 27-nich VcUings v, it 40 to bt)c. a yard 4-day Price, 29c. SILKS. Kai-lc Satin, lilack Tarre-ta, Blarlc In dia. WacK Kaillp, untl Ulack hurah, ruir nlnt; rrcm ;;to 1-yard length. 1 0, 1 9, 25, 39c each. 2l pieces Katln Mrlpe CliaiiKealile JJn- - Iub .Silks, In licht ami meitiuui colurincs. llL-ll hum eriliirinfrs. 3UC V- S I , I I 4-day Price, 19c. KID pieces lh-inch Colored Silk Velvets, mostly all desirable shades. WORTH 7Ec A VAKI). 4-day Price, 25c. Black and Golden Btown Hntln fa Brocaded Velvets, exquisite roods fot gowns or pvenlnir wraps. WORTU S3 TO 55 A YARD. 4-day Price, 98c. DOMESTICS. t4 Cohasset Bleached Sheeting. Wortt 1-.-CJC. 4-day Price, 8Kc. 0-4 Cohast-et Bleached Sheeting. Worth 16c. 4-day Price, 11c. s-4 Cohasct Bleached Sheeting. Worth 0c. 4-day Price, 1 4c. 'j-1 Cohasset Bleached Sheeting. Worth T3c. 4-day Price, 1 5c. 10-4 Coliassct Bleached Sheeting. Worth "5c. 4-day Price, 1 SUc. f.-4 New Scik Mills tlesched Sheeting. Worth '4c. 4-day Price, 1 6c. 10-4 New York Mills Bleached Sheeting. Worth -6c. 4-day Price, 1 8c. :ra Heavy Unbleacheel Ainoskeag tannel. Worth 1-c. 4-day Price, 8?4C. SOU Pieces Extra Quality Apron C.lng haiim, advertiteil as a lender by nil other at Sc. 4-day Price, 3c. DEAD! Not until Friday next. The old year is making a grand record. It list daya are its beat days. It is coiDgontin a blaze of glor)! Let us nop lor a continuation of the besinK which lis last days have showered upon ua Ibc people of toll country have'prown Weary of Sowing for Others to Reap." They want to reap tbe fruits of tbeir own labor. Tbcy "Have Grown Weary of Dust and Decay." teultini from enfrrced Id enes. They want IVOUK. and plenty of It. at re munerative wases. Anil SO.MEUODY had belter sec that they get It. We started out to write tomeihing e-tircly different, but the pressure ws Lili. anu the eecane Talve only did Its dutj whlcli we are do. Ing when wo quote Overcoats, $10 value, for Overcoats, 15 value, for : Overcoats, $20 value, for Men's Suits, all wool, from Boys' Suits, 14 to 19 years, from Boys' Suits, 5 to 15 yrs. , from $4.98 $T.50 $10.00 $3.98 $2.00 $1.75 $1.48 Boys' Reefers, 3 to 8 Yrs., from J. Underwear, Neckwear, Handker chiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Sus penders, Dress Shirts, Shirts with Fancy Bosoms, Cardigan Jackets, D. B. Jersey Jackets. Hats, Caps, and Umbrellas At prices in Keeping with the above quota tions. V ICTOR E. ADLED Outfitter to Men, "en, I M til 027. 923. C...U CI- M lil 927. 1125, .3CVCIIIII -"l- 11. vv. asa I Yes, Sir. i We've pot a warm, stylish ? 8 suit nere tbat will FIT yon, 0 8 and Ibe price-needn't be more 8 than $10, if jou say so. S 0 Overcoats in Melton and O 8 Kersey at tbe same price. 0 If you are going "calling:" next Friday, you'll need a full dress suit. We've got your size $20 and up. I M. Dyrenforth & Co., 621 Pa. Ave. N. W. 0 x Under Metropolitan Hotel. S Dress Suits i-nn irirttf Garner & Co. Tor 7th nml II !. .W. - &fWT- SiSSaSSsm&tskSKM -, 41-'VSW;V- rfi? .j ,.