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' THE EVENIN65(TDrES, WASHINGTON,' EEIDiY, DECEMBER 1, 18W.
M I'M III III M-H I H M-M II M"I-M 1 1 n.r.rCTnR-t-I-M-H-'I-I-l-l-H At Hechfs Greater Stores Saturday. Mil MMMHIM II M41IM I M-H-t-M- M-H-H-K-I-M 1 1 lit-M-H-H-H I"i-H-I-H"Hfl-IyH:l 1 1 Ml'l M III 1 1 H I WWHI IH-M-IIIMl'l-t-H- i-u tO U At Hechfs Greater Stores Saturday. ? The "Freedman" Garment Sale. Continued Interest In the sale of the "Freeman" stock Is a tribute to the sagacity ot Washington's economical shoppers. Aside from the remarkably low prices we are- naming, the garments are of a higher class than usually quoted at almost double our asking "price. The-approach of the Holiday season makes the offer additionally inviting. Of course we 1U cheerfully "charge"' any thing you may select. ' $15 Suits, $8.50. Ladles' Homespun Suits in desirable shades of blue and the "new" green; well made jackets are fly front, double breasted, or tlght-Ottlng. Skirts in either ot the fashionable backs. tO Cf Worth 1B. at 'O.JU Taffeta Silk Waists, $4.98. A choice Black Taffeta Silk Waist, made In most fashionable styles A QP jlch quality. Worth J9 98, at.-JO $10 Underskirts, $4.98. Black and Colored Silk Underskirts, lery handsomely made and su perbly finished. Worth $10. $4 QO $10 Collarettes, $4.98. Electric Seal Collarettes, fine quall perbly finished. Worth 10. KM 00 ll. Satin Iln.il. Worth 110.. T'1"1 $10 Astrakhan Capes and Coats, S4.98. The Capes are-1 good quality Astra khan, nicely lined, seme trimmed with stitched broadcloth; others trimmed with tippet fur full sweep. The coats are excellent, quality Astrakhan, nicely lined, boundV and stitched with broad cloth. Latest-" shapes; large buttons. Worth $10.00. fjchoice of eith- $A Qtf Electric Seal Coats, $29.98. Very handsome Electric Seal Coats, superbly lined,' , elegant finish; very latest cut garments; well Via OV worth 15, -at..-; tJ.JO $4 Serge Skirts, $1.87. A fine line of Ladles' All-wool Serge Skirts, that usually sell for $4, J1 tj J Special Sale of Linens. We hae been months carefully preparing for our holiday trade In. Unens. The steadily advancing prices seemed an Insurmountable obstacle n ?ni,e prices, but our usual alertness found a number of vulnerable points in the market and we availed ourselves of them. Our buying. bad to be st in order to enable us to price HKe mis. C2C will buy Huck Towels 17x3: 08 nith fancy borders 10c qualit: ijC will buy all-linen glass Towel- 8 ing, plaid effects orth 10c ?iC will buy heay twilled bleached tB Toweling regular 5c quality. 7QC w"' Duy one dozen plain" and with fancy borders 10c quality. will buy all-linen glass Tow ing, plaid effects orth 10c will hiv huatv twilled bleacl Toweling regular 5c quality. will V,v An. rinTAn nlatn" 1 plaid lunch Napkins, worth 39c 17AC w"' Duy Honeycomb Bleached IfcZ Towels. 22x45, embossed bor ders. 19c value 1 QC will buy Turkey Red fast color I J Table Linen, GO Inches wide worth 29c 07 1 r will buytf2-yards wide silver J 12 Bleached Table Linen, extra fine, pretty designs, worth 50c. QC will-buy full Bleached Table lJ Damask; new and rich designs, worth 29c. " tj no will 'tniy '8-4 Bleached Table 'I.JU CoversN,with one dozen Nap kins to match-il 49 value. f QC will buy pure Linen Satin Dam ask. Z.yards wide, handsome de signs; worth S9c will buy Bleached Damask Dinner Napkins good size worth J1.25. 98c The WorldBeating" Clothing Sale SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHES. The hearty response to yesterday's announcement of the two great clotinug deals is gratifying, indeed, proving that Hecht's "ads" are read and believed. Indeed, it could not be otherwise, as we render every statement a BACKING as strong as Gibraltar. To those who have failed to read the former announcement, we wish to state that we purchased from Messrs. H. iOppenheimer & Co., of Baltimore, ? 5,000 worth of clothing, and from Messrs. Haya, Levy & Co., of New York, f 10,250 worth of clothing, comprising the entire balance oitlieir winter stocks. The conditions that led up to the purchase were such that we bought it at about half its real value, and as our"oyvn stock is large we must quickly dispose of the new arrivals. Prices like those appended will influence the rapid exit,of the stock. j Lot A. ' Men's Suits and Overcoats, worth $15.00, $16.50, and $18.50 at- .l The suits are in the choicest weaves and most popular patterns of Plain and Fancy Cheviots, Fancy Worsteds, Casslmeres, Scotch Mixtures, and several other desirable fabrics. Tbeaovercoats include such favorite materials as Mel ton, Kersey, Covert, Irish Frieze, Bough Oxford, etc. Some are Italian -lined, others half plaid lined, with satin yoke, some hare the "self-lining," some with elret collars, others with collars ot same material as coat. The make, trim, finish, and style are seldom equaled,' even in custom ork. We'll "charge" them if you w ish. Ulk $10 Lot B. Men's Suits and Overcoats, worth 20.00, $22.50, and $25.00 at..'.,.?. $15 $il Bicycle Suits, $3.75. This Is the most remarkable offer ever made In Bicycle Suits. We bought 50, all we could get. They are heavy weight. Fancy Cheviots, in choice stripes and blocks. Some of the coats are lined throughout, others have the half lin ing. Tney are splendidly made, and guaranteed for durability. Some of the suits are worth 113 or more but stating It conservatively, you cannot duplicate them for less than $7.60 to $10 00. But 31 suits remain. While the lot lasts, your choice for $3.75 t Saving on Corsets. X -in x'tTTincuQ nc THR VPHV LAT EST MAKE CORSETS: LONG, .MEDI UM. AND SHOUT LENGTHS; THE NEW FRENCH GORED CORSETS; BLACK, GREY. AND WHITE; QOC CHOICE SATURDAY. Dressing Sacqucs, 59c, LADIES' DRESSING SCQUES in SOFT, WOOCYEIDERDOWN, TINK, SATUR- CQC BLUE, AND RED DAY .".... Saturday Shoe Specials. The ise shoppers invariabb Mslt Hecbt's-lndecd, no store in town gUes you as great Shoes aIues as you nna nere S Infants' 40c Shoes, 29c. jr Hand turned patent tip Infants' jt button hoes; sizes 2 to 6; cheap TQC J. at 40c. Saturday tJ Childs' 90c Shoes, 59c. ! Child's dongola. patent tip, lace or V button shoes, extension scles; sizes X Sl-2 to ll. A bargain at SOc CQC X Saturday JJ t Little Boys' $1.50 Shoes, 98c. X Little boys' satin calf, box calf, or ? vici kid shoesr all solid leather. Inner j and outer soles, spring heels, lacei T lzes 9 to 13 1-2. Nowhere less QOC fthan f 1 CO. Saturday J0 Ladies' Bicycle Shoes, 98c. i One lot of ladies' tan bicycle shoes, ! in ail sizes Regular J2 00 value. QCC x Co ss wAt v ..- ..... " Youths' $1.75 Shoes, $1.29. Youths' satin calf, box calf, or Ucl kid lace shoes made of the very best upper stock and extra hea soles sizes 13 to 2. Very cheap at L75. CI 00 Saturday '. l'tJ Men's $2.50 Shoes, $1.79. Men's shoes., Jn lcl kid, box calf, satin calf, tan, Russia calf, and enamel leather 2 and,3-Solis leather or drill lined Sold elsewhere at $2 50 ?Q Saturday !.! J Men's $3.50 Shoes, $2.48. Men's high-grade hand-sewed box calf, ici kid, tan Russia calf, patent leather, and enamel leather shoes, with single or double soles six leading style toes to select from. Sold O JS everywhereat J3 50 Saturday.. 'O We will "charge" them if you wish ' nti.tn.i' i . . I i vTi71 1 7 I Children's Clothing at Equal! Favorable Prices. Lot I. Boys' suits, in grey cassl meres, neat checks, and stripes, and handsome solid colors greys and brown. double-breasted: ages to 16; well made and lined; worth up to 12.50... $1.49 Lot 2. Boys' suits, in blue and black cheviots, Scotch plaids, checks, and grey mixtures; double-breasted: sizes 9 to 16; splendidly made and lined; also vestle suits. In all-wool Scotch plelds, checks, and neat dark patterns; dark brown casslmeres, large sailor collars embroidered with gold and mohair braids shields, also em broidered; exceptionally well made; would be cheap at H98 go at $2.98 Lot 3. Boys' Suits. In 1G patterns plain black and blue cheviots, fancy cheviots, and fancy casslmeres double-breasted, French faced, piped seams, lined with Italian cloth; we in clude vestle suits with large sailor collars; collar and shield handsomely embroidered) worth J 3 98 for , $3.98 Lot . BOYS' REEFERS in fine Quality chinchilla. lined with Italian cloth; silk vel- , vet collars; sizes 3 to 10; worth M.98, for I $2.98 A Saturday Vd J7vi, Glove Sale We enumerate below" three Items every pair will be fitted and warranted. $1.50 "Perfection" Gloves, 98c. The genuine "Perfection" kid glove; soft velvet finish. No glove has bet ter wearing quality than these. We have all the popular shades for even ing and street wear, also black, 4-but-t ton, 2-cIasp, or Foster hook JL50 QCC gloves. Saturday JO $1.00 Kid Gloves, 75c. To meet the demand for a popular priced glove we reduce our regular line of 1 gloves to 75c for Saturday. All the desirable shades: 4-button, ?CC Z-clasp, or Foster hook.'Jl gloves tfe" Imported Mochas, 98c Ladles ppmilnA fmnnrfpi) mnchas! superb finish; choice shades ot fiCiH tan and grey: 2-clasp. 'Saturday.,"'?' H Room-making Sale of Men's Furnishings. We desire to clear the -centre aisles preparatory for Holiday Goods, and offer a big cut in prices for Saturday in order to accomplish 1L , Men's 50c Underwear, 33cj. 100 dozen Men's Fleece-lined Sh'irts and Drawers well made splendid aif quality. Usually 50e Saturday... 25c Half Hose, 1 9c. 0 doz. Men's Silk Folka-Dot Half Hose black ground, large red, white, or blue dots. All over town they '1QC sell at 25c. Here Saturday I If you have been paying $4 and $5 for your shoes, come in and let oa lit you -with a pair of the celebrated World known Shoes $3 $3 FOR MEN Ladles who have been paying $4 for shoes that have been uncom fortable and that have worn poorly can get our LADIES' SHOES at $2.85 (Soft Shoes for Tender Feet,) After they have worn a pair of these, they will wear no other. Haveooer's Shoe Shop, 928 F St. N. W. Atlantic Bid. FIXAXCIAI W. B. GURLEY & CO.. Bankers and Brokers. 1335 FSL Members Kew Tork Stock Exchange, Corrtfpondeaurcx Uelatyre WardelL lynti Lot 5 BOYS' TOP COATS. In dark shades of covert and light shades of Melton; splendidly made and lined with Italian cloth; silk velvet collar. 4 to 16 , Bpicuuiuif Uinuc ttuu iiuru niiu cloth; silk velvet (f) nfj French faced. Slzes " MX worth 15 98, for....PJv"J I Lot e BOYS' LONG PATS SUITS, sizes 14 to 19, In fancy Casslmeres and blue and black Cheviots, well made and lined; worth fully $7 50, for $4.50 Lot 7. BOA'S' LONG PANTS SUITS, sizes 14 to 19, in fine grade fancy worsteds, fancy casslmeres, and blue and black cheviots: hand somely made and lined. Suits worth up to $12, for. $7.50 BOYS' KNEE PANTS, in neat, dark mixtures; all sizes worth 39c. Saturday.... L19C BOYS' DENIM WAISTS, neat stripes; veil made worth 2uc. Saturday.. :12ic BOYS' CRACK-A-JACK PANTS, warranted not to rip: double seat and double knee: choice , mixtures: worth 75c. Saturday. 49c Saturday Specials in Hat Department. MEN'S PEARL FEDORAS, full .shape. with pearl or black baud, excellent ly trimmed. Regular $2 hats, spe cial for Saturday $1.39 CHILDREN'S TAMS in camel's hair, fancy designs; also in cloth, blue, tan, grey, i y brown, and cadet blue, silk trimmed, A jl 75c value nV HECHT & COMPANY, 513515 Seventh St. i-MHiM-i-nmnn-MiM: :-M"M"M"H-I II1MU 1'M-M-M'M-M-M'M I 1 I H-HII I I H-K-Z-t-j. Toilet Requisites. 39c Oakley's extracts (a bottle) 19c. 10c German cologne (a bottle) 5c. Oakley's soap (box, 3 cakes) 35c. Woodworth's soap, Violet of Sicily, and "Blue Lilies" (a bottle) 10c. 19c Bay rum and Florida water, 9c. 19 cold cream in China Jars, 10c. 10c bottle (6 oz.J vaseline (screw lop) 5c. Pioneers of Low Pricing in sneer music. i- We were the first to offer copyright- ! ed popular sheet music at Ion prices. "T We will continue to sell you music 21 lower than others. JL For Saturday you have unrestricted i- choice of any 25c sheet of music in y house for 14c. No limitations as to T quantity select any piece you want X buy as many as you want. Our list 4, embraces all the popular songs ot the 4. riar. ? 2sc Music, 14c. Linen Specials. ' 'x Turkev Red Table Linens, fast 1 nr color. 60 inches wide; worth I9c... T Full Bleached Table Damask 1QC new, rich designs; worth 29c JJ One dozen plain and plaid lunch OOC Napkins, worth S9c t"J 2 yards wide Silver Bleached extra Ana ISkl. I.ln.n. nroffv flpsipnS V If worth 50c a'2 -f Pure linen Satin Damask, 2 yards T wide, handeome designs, worth TQC X ;-!; ! mi: i-m-i i : i : m-m i m-i-m THE MAVY'S NEW METHOD How Capable Enlisted Men Will Be Seemed for tlie Service. llirre Ship DekiKnnted a Training schools for IleiTultn Tlie Fniuous OliI llnrtforil One of the Little Fleet Qnnrlcr for ipprentlrra at Aenport and (.oat Inland. A new policy has been Inaugurated by the Nay Department for securing capable and well-instructed men for the enlisted force of the naval service. The enlisted men of the navy. Including all grades, hae heretofore been taken from the mer chant services and the apprentices' school and from men picked up anywhere, who were enrolled with the rating of landsmen. The landsman, as a rule, was a greenhorn and Ignorant of all details of life on ship board. They were taken on men-of-war and broken in, sometimes after great trou ble. Often it was two or three jcars be fore they were entitled to be ranked as or dinary or able seamen. Coal heavers were enlisted from all sections, without regard, as a rule, to competency or sea experience. Now the navy proposes taking men with out any experience on shipboard, instruct ing them in all the details of the duties required of men on tne largest ships, and after they have become qualified to distri bute them as seamen or send them to the engine-room force of regular ships as they may be required. As a result of the dispo sition of experienced sailors to engage in private work the navy is now short over 2,000 men and seeral hundred apprentices, but in the latter case little attempt has been made to Increase the force on account of the lack of sufficient quarters at the training stations. The total strength al lowed by law Is 17,500 men and 2,500 boys, of which there are now about 11,500 men and only 1,000 boys To provide in future for the enlisted va cancies three training-ships have been des ignated on which, men are to be Instructed mmv I wish eyeiy rheumatic sufferer u ould try my Rheumatism Cure; not tor the profit I might make, or from any selfish motive, but from the sat isfaction I should feel In being of some sen Ice to suffering humanity. I know this remedy will cure rheumatism. I know It from observation and from the thousands of testlmonfals I have received from grateful people. It re lieves sharp, shooting pains In arms, legs,slde, back, chest, or In any part of the body In from one to three hours, and generally effects a permanent cure before one bottle has been used. These' little sugar pellets are abso lutely harmless, and can be carried In the vest pocket MUNYON. Price, 25 Cents. At All DrnBtrlsts. UUI..MD6 Dociou arc at. jour tcrvtce free. in sea life and after serving a required pe riod are expected to be qualified for any duties on ships of the highest class. At tached to this little fleet is the old Hart ford, nhich has been completely rehabili tated and, except In appearance, has little of the characteristics of Farragut's flag ship This old essel has been ordered to leae the Mare Island naj jard early In December with nearly 300 men on board gathered upon the Taclflc Slope, who will be broken In As 'seamen, seamen gunners and men of other naval ratings. It is a queer and strange collection that the Hart ford has on board, few, if any, knowing starboard from port when they enlisted. This collection, however, has been drilled for two months, and Captain Haw ley, who commands the ship, is confident- that, w ith the assistance of arsmall irew of experi enced sailors, his command will bring the old ship safelr to Hampton Roads by April 15. The voyage of the Hartford will be roundabout, including Hawaii, thence across to some island In the South Taclflc, to Callao, Valparaiso, through the Straits of Magellan and up the South American coast through the West Indies. Few will recognize the essel on her arrival, with modern battery, increased speed, and im mense spread of sail. By the time she ar rives the naval officials expect the crew to be well drilled, but a few months' more experience will be required at sea before they would be regarded as veterans fit for active service. Another ship that has been ordered on this duty Is the old corvette Lancaster, now cruising in the West Indies with a class The Enterprise has another class on board. These vessels in future are to be devoted to the use of the training serv ice, lndependently.-however, of the ap prentice system, which will have its own vessels. The delay In completing the new struct ures at Newport, 'where provision will be made for Increasing the facilities for quar tering apprentices, and the unfinished con dition of the new station established at Goat Island. San Francisco, have prevented the authorities from making active efforts to bring the number of apprentices up to the limit allowed. At Newport barracks are being constructed that will provide for at least 1.000 boys, and on the West coast 500 will be cared for on shore, the rest of the 2,500 being kept at sea on training ships With two apprentice stations In full operation and three tralning-Bhlps engag ed at all times In instructing men for the navy the officers of the navy expect no trouble In a year or two in maintaining the authorized enlisted force at its full strength. MUSICAXE FOR THE BLIND. DKIVEN MAD BY HIS LOSSES. Entertainment This Afternoon to Raise Money for WorkuhopH. A muslcale will be given this evening at the Washington Club by a number of young blind people for the purpose of raising money to establish a workshop for the blind of the District ot Columbia. A semi-classic programme has been arranged, which In cludes several instrumental and vocal solos and duets. The El Dorado String Quar tette will assist. This afternoon at, 3:30 Mr. F. E. Cleave land, president ot the American Associa tion to Promote the Education and Em ployment of the Blind, will deliver an ad dress at the Washington Club, also in aid of the blind. The proceeds for the after noon will be devoted to the establishment of workshops. Senator O. II. Piatt Slay Heslft-n. NORWICH? Conn., Dec L What seems to be a well-founded rumor is afloat that Orvllle II. Piatt, United States Senator from this State, will retire from the Sen ate with this tenaT In fact, It Is said, he may not serve out his term. C. A. Russell, Sam FesaendtB. and. Morgan G: Buckley will be candidate for his seat, with odd In favor of Mr. Russell. For a case of the "Pride of Washington," Bra nch's Mirnen Btir. 'eiioat 684. Arluxton Bot- A Mctlm at the Franklin Sjndicale Develop Iniianlt. NEW YORK. Dec. 1. As a result of his losses In Miller's swindling scheme one man is a maniac today, and it is not un llkel that the wae of money-madness, of which the Franklin Syndicate operator and his imitators took advantage, will be followed by an epidemic of Insanity among the dupes. Samuel Simeon, of 14t5 First Avenue, is in Dellevue Insane Pavilion, his mind a wreck from despair over his vanished sav ings. Discouraged by v his poor luck in several legitimate investments Simeon was dazzled by Miller's promise to pay 520 per cent profit a year. Some of his neighbors had intrusted their savings to the Fianklln Syndicate, and had received weekly divi dends. Simeon gave Miller all the money he had. Hardly had he parted with it when the Franklin Syndicate collapsed and Miller fled. Simeon, was prostrated by the crash. For several days he could eat scarcely anything. Early yesterday he began to show signs of dementia. He started to more all the furniture out of his apartments. He wished to pawn ev erything gas jets, door knobs, all the fix tures of the house. His neighbors remon strated, and the police argued with him in vain. He was possessed of the delusion that the only way for him to recover his money was to pawn everything In sight. Simeon was renxed to the Presbyterian Hospital and there examined by Dr. Wil liams. Thence he was taken to Bellevue. Chief Deery is expected to take steps today or tomorrow to discipline the Brook lyn police who are responsible for the es cape of Miller. The chief has demanded a report on the case, which he will submit with his recommendations, to the commis sioners. It is common talk in the depart ment that the chief does not relish the report that the police force of New York Is not efficient enough to prevent the es cape of a man 'who is actually under sur veillance and it is probable that an exam ple will be made of some of the Brooklyn policemen concerned. Members of the force who Invested in Miller's syndicate and regularly drew profits from the swindling enterprise will have to explain their con duct. Inspector Brennan, of Brooklyn, has a theory, that the syndicate manager got away with very little money and that the men behind him, men who were interested In the D. S. Dean Company, really got the big sums which it is supposed Miller took with him. If Miller could control any large part of the syndicate stealings, ar gues Brennan, he would have seen to It that his family and his office assistants were well provided for. He did not do this. His brother, Louis, got only $15 a week, and the clerk, Smith, only $17. Really Popular. (From the Chicsgo Record.) Two men ot Southern manner of ipeech were talking ot a mutual friend named Henry. Did Ueniy ereh get ma'ed to that young lady in MemphisJ" asked one. The other shook hi head and replied? "No, sth; when. Henry got down theah he found he had to take his numbeh and rtand in-line so as to be able to see the young lady, so txl tame away." t v ( CASUALTIES ON THE.GBIDrRON. A Chapter of Serlonv.AccldentB lu Thanknarlt Inar Games. WAUKEGAN, 111, Dec X Charles Crabtree, right end ot Waukegan High School, in the game with Kenosha High School yesterday, fractured his ankle in two places. Abel, of the Kenosha team. was knocked insensible from Injuries to lipari nnil cfnmnMi ST. JOSEPH, Mich. Dec L Charles Davis, playing for the St, Joseph High School against the Alumni team, was in jured on the head in the Thanksgiving Da contest and was carried off the field insensible. MUNCIE. Ind , Dec. 1. Captain Wilkin son, ot the Peru High School team, play ing against Muncle High School yesterday, had his hlD knocked out of toInL He la thought to be Injured Internally. Frank ! Lock wood, ot the same team, had a ten don In his left leg broken, and the physi cians think he will be crippled for life. TOLEDO. Ohio. Dec. 1. Robert W. Far ley, quarterback of the Toledo Yachting Club team. Id a game with the Howard Park Athletic Club, of South Bend, Ind , yesterday, had his leg broken in two plaoes. KANSAS CITY, Mo, Dec 1. In the match here between fhp TTntvrltv nf Missouri and Kansas State University yesterday, Malester, fullback of the latter team, sustained a fracture of the left leg. COLDWATERj Mich, Dec. 1. Under wood, of the Coldwater team, plajlng against Sturges jesterday, had his left leg broken. dinned b a Wild Ram. DOVER, Del., Dec 1 Theodore Phil lips, a trapper, living at Rising Sun, while tramping through the woods examining his muskrat traps, heard a loud noise behind him, and found himself 'pursued by a wild ram. Phillips, after dodging the animal's big antlers, finally got his strong adversa ry cornered and put a rope over his hind leg. The animal is supposed to have strayed from some fold when a Iamb and grown up wild In the forest. The animal's long fleece reached almost to the groundt and his curling horns were wielded with the energy ot a bull. Shot While Hnntlnsr. MILLV1LLE, N. J., Dec. 1. While gun ning for rabbits yesterday Carlton Parr ac cidentally shot his- companion, Joseph Ru bart, in the breast. The party ot gunners consisted of four boys, and when they start ed a rabbit Rubart, much excited. Jumped In front of Parr Just in time to get the ball from the latter's rifle. Rubart's condition is critical. THE LLPPINCOTTS BESTJME. Thrlr Parlous Periodicals to Be Is sued on Time. PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Dec. 1 The' "J. B. Lipplncott Companj resumed business this morning, and announced that. cJl, of. their periodicals will be issqed";on Iinje,' the company having an option on tares plants, either of which has sufflclent-jfa-pacity. " ii As water is still being played? on the ruins of their Filbert Street plant. It is impossible to tell whether or not the sev eral million dollars' worth of plates stored In the vaults have been destroyed. . You will connder it to your advantage io call for Ileurich's Maenen, Srnate, and Lager br their names and not by "dark" and "light." 'Phone BJ4, Arlington Bottling Co;, for a case of Heu-rich'a- Spain's Greatest Need. Mr. R- P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, spendi hii winUra at Aiken, S. C. Weak nerves had caused fevere pains in tbe back ot hia head. On using Electric Bitters. America's greatest blood and nervs remedy, all pain soon left him. Ha ays this grand medicine u what his country needs. All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble, purifies the blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens tbe nerves, puts vim, vigor, and new lite Into every muscle, nerve, and organ of the body. If weak, tired, or ailing you need St. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Bold by Henry Evans, druggist, KB F Street. MURPHY & CO., Brokers, J' 44 ind 46 Broidwij, Nea York. 613 Fifteenth St. Wsjblojton. Office in sll principal cities from New York to Florida, with connections to all exchanges. IFFFiRNCF'V rcantile agencies. lUHmm. Lowry Banking- Co.. Atlanta. Seymour, Johnson & Co. liambers of the New York Stock Exchange. 71 Broadway, X. Y. WASHINGTON OFFICE, lMr- 9 ST. U C GORMLEY. Manager. STOCKS. GRAIN. COTTOS. Direct wires to New York. Philadelphia. Bostoa. sad Chicago. 'Phone No. 234. FERRY & WOOD, BANKERS AND BROKERS. 1S35 F St. N. If. (Upstair. ) 'Phone 1625. New Tork CorrespondcBtc, Purnell, lUffim&n A Co, a Munn Soni Co. Chleiro CorTCarpondents, Ware & Inland. Fractional lota of tocl Grain, ind Cottoa canied on small margin. Interest allowed on 6V potits. All current gossip on financial affaira oa file. no9-U Carley, Rosengarten & Co., Members New York Consolidated Stock Ex change, 0 Bread Street. ew York. Washington Office, 1121 F. L. M. Longshaw, Resident Manager. Stocks, Bonds, Crain, Cotton. COMMISSION 1-16. Prompt Executions. Fast Wire. 'Phone M5. son U MOJTEY AT 4 and 5 Per Cent. Promptly Loaned en Real Estate In District of Columbia. HE1SKELL, A lleLERAK, 1O0S F Street. eeSsVtt fioney to Loan At 4 and 5 per cent OX "itEAL ESTATE IS D. a SO DELAY BEiOND EXAMINATION OF TRLB WALTER H. ACKER. ell-tf 7M llth ST. 9. V. 1 t . t Cimncnn X. In S-. k. WIIIILIUUII WU Rooms 16 and 17. 'Washlnctoa Lou and Trust Balldlnar. Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton Corrcrpomlents tne Stock, Grain, and Proviatoa 1 Company, hew York. rnrect private wires. 1ick service, rraeuosai lota. Vo interest. 'Phone 620. oc4.tt-eni Uwanta Jacket Is When you can buy a $2.60 tannest fori $144 OnjScioWt of unseasonable weather3,,' - - et' a, CI. AaeHPbmtuk. YAH. Domestic S. Ml -, TT. "Jl - - y -- YYTrTTTTTTTTTYrrT Measure Quality and Price Of our specials and it'll generally even out about double quantity of the first. Always a large percentage over offerings of other concerns. Our CREDIT system is the easiest and most advantageous of any. Thesa lead ers and two buildings full more and all you want on this cred t p an. INGRAIN CARPETS CORNER CHAIR. for only 23c a yard, and made. laid, and lined absolutely free of cost, could you imagine frnfr a better value. Excellent it' wear and fine patterns. Cash or Credit, only .. iree uj 25l A really beautiful corner cbair, neatly and artistically made and up holstered in a selection of fine cor duroy, velour and tap estry coverings. Better tnan tbe usual 3 kind. Cash or Credit oi one cur- $1.69 MORRIS CHAIR. Better than those elsewhere tor H Jo. A luxurious Morris Cbair, fine J golden oak frame and Cf 'fC) J best corduroy or ve- J I MX "1 lour cushions. Cash or sjvj ureuu HALL RACK. MATTING. CHIFFONIER. A surprise awaits you. A hand some solid oak hallrack, best golden nnlsn, and handy um brella attachment. We'll guarantee it to be worth $6. Cash or Credit :.... 3.79 Reward for quick bujers. Only a few rolls ot fine Japanese Matting to be sold at tbU price. Extra weave, handsomest white figured patterns and undoubtedly a . gf e-reat value. Cash or Credit 1 1 1'- per yard, only iiSu. cu 19( A great value. Fine oak Chif fonier, best gclden oak finish and trimmings. Easily wbrth $6 and a grand salng chance. Cash or Credit k finish and J 3.78 " DRESSER &WASHSTAND. IRON BED. SIDEBOARD. Two superb pieces.: vFtne White enameled dresser and washstand. finest construction, n r i large bevel plate L. French mirror and Ml ' best trimming. Cash! r or Credit (3 J L f E u r m.25 A price lower than factories can produce these for. Never mind why you can bur.- 'm for J3.29. Best white enameled, hand some brass trimmings. and very substantial. Cash or Credit ..,,. 9 4.4?. ne $3.29 A magnificent Sideboard, even for a good deal more. Best making, .i highly finished and large bevel plate mirror. $15 else where. Here. Cash cr Credit $12.50 "b.1 A. A OaV A A. Modes, Walker d $urksf 10J3I0J5 Seventh Street, 9?. W. SltJ? .3L A. Ll'z jgjtyytyjyyyub AAAAAA.AA.A.AA. Lappin & Davis, STOCK BROKERS, 529 Se,eituSt. N.W., S. E Cor. F, Telephone 1761. We hre etery facility for the quick execuUoa ! Grdr in itccks and grain. Small and liig loti receive equal attention. noli tf.em W. B. H1BBS & CO. BASKEBS AM) BROKERS, Members New Tork Stock Exchange, 1 41 9 F Street. Corresrondects of LADEXBCRG. TBALMAXlf t CO, New Tork. C. L Ralhborne & Co., BANKERS AND BU0KEI13. Ueisbers New York Stock Excnaaft, SO Broadway, New Tork. WASHINGTON OFFICE, im F STREET. L. D. FOWLER. Manager. Stock Grain, and Cotton. Telephone 1741. Harrison Dinsman. A. C. JenkiuL. DINGMAN & JENKINS. BROKERS, Atlantic Building, 930 F St. Fractional lots. Quick service. Small margin. Correspondents: M are & Leland, Chi capo; Poraell, Hagaman & Co 2ew York. Thone 1770. BAT.K9 ATSD TRUST COMPANIES. the RIGGS NATIONAL BANK OK WASHINGTON. D. a Capital, $500,000. EXCHANGE 05 ENGLAND. IRELAND. FRANCE AND GER1IATT Letters of Credit AVAILABLE IS ALL FOREIGN PART3. BANK COLLECTIONS. ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS. STOCKS AND BONDS. p3-U S2.50 J-ess than I cm S2-50 Per a day- Per Year. A Safe Deposit Bat Year. Washington Safe Deposit Co., 916-918 Pa. Ave. Open to t.SO P n. and Saturdays to S p. as. bS-lrren Drs. Grinder and McMaster Treat diseases in (eneriL Special attention girta Nose, Throat, Lar, and Lung. Diseases of women and children. All modern appliances for the pcr manrnt relief cf tatarih and serious troubles. Consultation Free. Permanent Office, 923 9U1 St. N W NearAevr York Arcnue Junction. HOURS 8 A. M. TO 8 P. U. 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