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THE EVENING TDIES, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, APEIL 0, 1000.
A AAAAAAAAAA, A AAAAAAAA,AAAAAAAAMAMAatiAAAUA44 'K' . . .. .. ... ... .. '"-- . A s. kan7 o.'S & G& S. KAN.N 50N3 & CO. ThejBusy Cornet. Always the Beat of Everything for th Least Money. Open Until 9 o'Ciocfc Tomorrow Night. Men's Furnishings retenmg Ail Offer racoons. Easter Dress Elegancies, A sparkling show of Ne"kvear, Dressy Shirts, bright Summer Underwear, and endless little fixings that would add to any man's satisfaction. There's plenty to hold our interest and tempt your purse. Do jour Easter buying tomorrow. English Squares, made of novel ty sllks. and Four-in-Hands, shown in a most complete assortment of patterns nothing like them In PAP Washington for the money liC Saturday Spring anfl Summer Underw ear Bal bripgan in solid colors of pink, blue. lavender, tan, anu Drown iuc Muaiuj is fine and the satisfaction of fit and wear is complete. Saturday Largest, most distinctive line of fancv Percale and Madras Shirts every Shirt a perfect model of fit stvle, and workman shipSaturday White Unlfumdered Shirts Anchor" brand recognised every nere as the standard of merit r enforced back and front- urday Imperial and Tcck Scarfs in all new shadings and designs just the OAP thing for Easter wear Sat- urday W $1.00 i4 Anchor" here rit-re- Ar t-Sat- jljl IOC nders 25C V. D. best of notorial 1W Sample line of Pjamss. We call par ticular attention to this sale, as there isn't a garment in the lot that isn't a bargain. We secured ?l.f0, ?2, and ?2.o0 values best qualities ft and excellent make Sat- B urday jour choice at s '' Laundered White Shirts -well-known Anchor Brand just 10 dozen at the price. When these are gone oti won't have another chance this season Saturday Our 4-ply Linen Collars- best in the world for the price a. leader with us at. Spring and summer Suspenders new designs in webs slide buckles and leather trimmingsSaturday Peperell Jean Drawers, B. V. D. Brand, which is known as the best of its kind the quality of the material is Al workmanship is of the highest order, and the fit comfortable Saturday 50C A Brilliant Lot of Housefurnishing Items. To have crowds and to held crowds is where this House Furnishing Depart ment of ours is strong It's easy to have a rush once in a great whifc. but you don't "ee it kept up co-tinucusly like it is here. Women alwas swarm where bargains are thicket They'll pack around the counters at this department tomorrow. y&& jjifSiJv 2 ';? : Jc33?. The Kaino Ti fr . o mipan has made fo. u- J m . .-1 K- fngenuor under the name .of tin Condor sclid Rbh. antique oak finis-h lind witlgal aiuzed iron ImHik shaving re movable wast- pie and solid braes trimming. FamHj .-ize 3S in.$j QC high ice capaelt 30 pouod6... w Nursery Refrigerator and Water Cooler combined-lined with galvanized iron, parked with mineral wool nickel -plftted faucet and finished in O CO ftfllc " r( mi5Citi'G"iwJ53uSutf3 "j j ygZSj v? J tA2C5uifXiiCtafiJCIuw3uuuv3 nCcfi l -iJ ISi- tt The Fire Que-n IVniblc Gas Stove. with double burners and ". fct of OOC eocred tubing.. .. J Tin Ovens for gas oi oil Moes "kQC Regular tiie Cedar Wafcli Tubs, nicely paint- nfiC ed with iron hoop iJ Clothes Wrisgers best make itli white rubber rollers Family nor bfee JO Mis. Potts" Swo" Iron. lst quality nickel plated. Three in set, with QpC handle aiid stand JU Dust Brush best qttallty with 1 OC large japanned dost pan Dish Pan stamped in ons piece 1 n holding 10 quarts ,u Sugar 'Boxes, with hinged cover 1 n( -holding T Hjf nkely japanned.. " Folding Ironing Table 6 feet CQC lofig strongly maJe J Clothes Baskets full size beat 1 QC w Blow strongly made ." J Toilet Paper good quality large OC lolls .'. S- Glassware. Glast- Berry Saucers-, cut glass "JC pattern, each Blown TaWe Tumblers, extra thin, nicely engrael, regular price c. OC at . AVater Bottles, large size, new OQC pattern " LJ Water Sets, large 1-2 gallon pitcher, six glaees, asserted colors, and fancy metal tra; leguiar Cqt" price JSc .JJ Chainlet Sot pices, extra large sine, new fanc j-hape. decorated in assorted colors, regular $1.'JS. CJ OQ English China Dinner and Tea Set. HW pieces, finest qualitj. new -hape. decorated in assorted colors. Tr r at 3.1J Chine Tea Sets, new low jhape ecr lriece first quality, nicely deco rated, regular price J2.1S. Cl qO Fine China Tea Cups and Saucers, egg shape, hands6meT deco- 1 fC rated " t Qr Special Table Qc rhina Salad Bowls Brush and Comb Trays. Water Pitchers. Cracker Jars. Fancy Plates, Cups and Saucers, Im ported Flower Vases, etc. China Fruit Saucers, nicely deco rated with flowers and gold, CC each " We-lPhach Besl Mantels, 1 QC Xo. 2 '3 Nicklc Alarm Clocks, warranted tor one year, regular price 70c. C,JC at W Gray Enameled Tea or Coffee OC Pots, finest quality J Gray Enamelwl Sauce Pan, with 1 4C cover, two quart si?e Gray Enameled Tea Kettle. OQC flat bottom, three quart LJ Gray Enameled Deep Pudding 7C Pan, large size ' Gray Enameled Water Pail, 12 iQC quart size, in one piece 4J Gray Enameled Watr Carrier, OQC 10 qU size JJ Gray Enameled Ham Boiler, 4QC vrith cover 4 t Your Thoughts of Boys' Clothing Should Bring the "Busy Corner" to Mind. We cater exclusively 1o the bovs with our Clothing slock, malcing si specialty of outfitting them best You'll find Roys Clothing at this store distinctively superior to any Washington has ever shown. The ideas w first brought to bear upon at the time of instituting this department were original and successful. We aim to give a grade of Boys (Jothnig t wilt fompaiv favorably with custom work, giving greater thought to nobbiness and thorough tailoring. 1 he stylos are taUen .ittei .1 careful study of the Washington use, taste, and every detail or making and material is done with the intention o sen ice. tsti,, test that emphasizes the perfection of our clothing. The style, comfort, splendid lit, and wear of our garments are the tests of economy. Our resources and outlet make a system that lessens the cost of .production and makes for us smaller proms 1.1 greater value. Naturally we lead with low prices. (TM Double-breasted Suits in all wool fancy mixtures and plain black and blue cheviots, cassl mercs, and serges fast colors taped seams patent buttons ic-enforcements serge lined sizes 7 to 1C years a ?! value, for Saturday, 12.98 "Mother's Friend" Shirt Waists laundered and unlaundered with band detached or attached collar fast-color percales 6 to 13 73c kind. 48c Blouse Waistr, for bojs 2 to S years white with embroidery percale or madras in neat stripes and designs worth 73c, 50c ' Boys' Felt Telescopes blue, brown, and pearl, light and dark hands all sizes, C to 7 worth 48c Boys' Sweaters all the new combinations in stripes all colors, 50c , Elegant novelties for Easter wear in Vcstees rich designs in fancy worsteds and cassimeres, serges, and fancy cheviots a special offering all-wool serges and worsteds with separate cloth or fcilk double-breasted vests cloth or satin faced choice of 10 styles that sold for "o sizes 3 to 9 Saturday, $3.98 W Ycstee Suits for boys from 3 to 9 j ears ours are ex clusive in stjle, our own de signsand contain nothing but what we can safely guai antcc a variety of pat terns in wool and worsted material all have separate single and double-breasted cloth and fancy vests, with sepaiate silk washable or cloth shields all made in new spring shape with small collars cloth or silk faced S4 is the regular value our s-pecial price, $2.98 t y? 0 n n Sailor Blouse Suits at thie price we undoubtedly have the largest variety shown and the best quality at spe daily low prices serges w i t h silk soutache trimming and cmbi ol der y fancy shields also in cheviots and fancy cassimeres in plain or mixed patterns, inlaid collars, or colored shields sizes 3 to 10 years $3 is the price else whereSaturday. $3.98 Boys' Double-breasted Suits, made of high-class cassimeres, neat worsteds, and novelty cheviots the very best make and the very best materials made to fit and wear well. Ours are equal to the best shown any where at $3 and ?6, and-the variety large to' select from. Suitable for Easter and con firmation suits sizes 7 to l'J, $4.48 youths' Suits sizes 14 to 19 years all the new things shown for the young man In fancy and plain effects a special Saturday offering all-wool Blue Serge Suits, single and double breasted, single and double-breasted vests the new cut in coats and pants. 10 is the lowest price quoted for similar quality Saturday, $7.48 Our "ARMOR" Suit the best suit of its kind shown; ours is made only of material that will give thorough satisfaction all wool double and twist hard-wear cheviots, in several patterns light and dark in color pants made with double seats lined kneo every seam covered with linen tape double stitched, pat ent bands and buttons war ranted to wear well or we will replace the suit AN' EXTRA PUR OF PANTS WITH EACH SI IT good value at S5. 13". 48 Vestce Suits 3 to 9 years blue and fancy wool cheviots, with small or sailor collars all have separate vests worth $2.9S Saturday, $& o89 Sejarate long Pants for boys 14 to 19 jearfc neat stripes in cassimcres and plain blue and black worth $2.50 Saturday. Si. 48 Double-breasted Suits 7 to 10 years blue, black, Oxford, and fancy cheviots well made ev ery necessary Improvement worth ?3 Saturday, $1.89 Knee Pants 50 patterns and plain blue and black some have double seats and knees sizes 3 to lu i ears worth 73c Satur-dj. 48c Boys' 3-piece suits, fine blue serge, cheviots and fancy chev iots in neat stripes and checks, with the new high cut, double breasted vest and 3-button cut away coat. Sizes S to 16 years. A positive $5.50 value. Satur day $3.98 - on s & Co. 8th and Market Space, Wit ! x SfKANN, SONS & CO., Eighth and Market Space. gSBfe To Repair 'T JtiaH Broken Art!. I w Rl clcsasc h3 Major's Remember MAJOR'S RUBBER CEMENT, MAJOR'S LEATHER CEMENT. BL"Y A IIIGU GUADE NAXO. rif-uwa; Extracted, 50c Our mrt!il of extracting teeth lias prmed popu lar lxfauw i - lHlutcly Mfe and painless. We we local wtlictic ci ;;as m preferred and charge but 30 ir twlli. N. Dental Parlors, 121 F St. 4 This suit is a fine fancy worsted ma terial, dressy pattern, stylish fit. and well made in and out. You won't find its matth under a ?10 bill Cash or credit. $7;so. A splendid, superbly tailored Dress. Suit that is fine all-wool, stylishly tai lored, perfect in lit and finished by skilled tailors. Pay cash or settle on small payments, and still It's Long Pants Suits. The bov at this age is fastidious. He'll appreciate our Clothing if he is. Cut just like custom tailoring and fit perfect. You can't expect an equal anywhere of this Suit at. $4.50, Men's Pants. When we offer $3 Worsted Pants for J1.9S, it's not to be neglected. Stylish, serviceable quality, and satisfactory fit. Cash or credit, as you like it, for I A Suit for the youngster that can't but please him in every way. The quality is Al. The fit, style, and ser vice tip top. Worth a good sum more. Cash or Credit 98c. $1.98. V ' j II A very neat wool suit for the boy, such as you seldom find in other stores for less than ?3. Neat, stylish, dura ble. Great value. Cash or Credit Say, Bill, $1.48. Stunning Ladles' Tailor-made Black and Blue Cheviot Suits, cut on direct lines of fashion, newest garments. The lining, findings, and materials superb. Unequaled. Cash or Credit $6.50. Ladles' Stylish Covert and Home spun Suits in all the new and stylish spring shades. Equals the imported garments in beauty and perfection. Worth $12. Cash or Credit I Ti I Is It Time to Play Ball Yet? No Use Going Out Un less It Is. AaUcrd- L- the lx-t p'aie for aU kinds ot Sporting CrtXHl-the jthlete the IUH 1'Uner -thp Golf Pbver the Hunter, and the Fi'h ,tnun Evcntbins; j'prtaimn? to Kr.in; t.oodj at nn -t rejsonal'le price. WALFORD, 909 Pa. Ave. f$te n?tiina inisS F1UD.U, APRIL C. 1900. $9.50. Skirts. Vvir Hooter t Snj dcr's.) Ml . TIIOMVis VTZ, Manager. EtiabTdSked 1E12. mhlT-tf.cm 621 11TU ST. NWv. J. C OOMJrF. Manapcr. "Golden Hop" Beer. Jitft out v apw bmiid awl tr flw" In quar,. IktUIp with patent rfqtpT It qunrth, 1 Write or "ihonc JOc ixwle when boltlts arc re turned WASHINGTON BREW J RY CO., 4th and T nf 350 IVien's and Boys' Sweaters i and Striped Jer- Itcj'S, M fine M jyou ever savr ai ' t-00. &2.E0. and JJ3.00. An cttra- i crdinarily fine lot. nnr c j C. Aucrbach, 7 & H, DOMESTIC 5EWTNG MACHINES. TEL. j 3p6-eod tt SCOTT'S EMULSION ;R0Cir" 1 ejpeciany helpful to bahie and rhildrrn who National Cajiital Hrcwire Co.'s 4'IIork" Beer is the r1net. Oil sale cterliere. doz. lxJttls ffl.a. Writo or 'plic-ao ill One of the best values in Women's Separate Skirts for -an age. Stylish black cheviot material, perfect fit, hang, and making. A skirt that costs double elsewhere. Cash or Credit. $3.48. Pants. MEN'S extra quality Fancy Worsted PANTS, stylishly cut, perfect fit and tailoring. Qualities and patterns such as you seldom see at $5 about town. Special at cash or credit $3.50. Hats. A lot of Men's Stylish Spring HATS, new shades and shapes. Qualities that other concerns consider excellent value at ?2.50. We'll start ours out at, Cash or Credit Lo Mayer & Pettit, 415417 7th St. -j-K- 1 Before the Day o! SAPOLIO They Used to Say "Woman's Work Is Never Done." Spreads Like Wildfire. When thi-is arc "the beet" they become "the lcst felling." Abraham Hare, a leading druggist, of Iielletille, Ohio, writes: "Electric Bitters are the bet jelling biMcn 1 hate lundlcd in 20 j ears. You know why? Most ureases begin in disorders f the stomach, liter, kidney.", bowel, Wood and nenc. Electric Kitttis tones up the stomach, regulate liter, kidncj-, and botteU, purifier the blood, strengthens the ncnts, hei.ee one lmiltitmlis of maladies. It builds up ihe entile st.tun. l'ut new life and tigor into anv tT&iV. "UUy. itindottn man or woman. Price 30 cen.s. i'd 1-t Henrt Evai, V-l K St.. UrugyUt. The Ilnle IJlsehnrpreil. In the tj- of Frederick A. Ttchilfley, .Tese H. AViNon, and others, again-t the Mutual Fire In surance Company and others. Justice Hasner tcs tcrday ditliargrd tlio rule iucd April 2, requir ing the defndallt to .'how caue uhy they -hotild not be held in contempt of court for refining to obev the rcstulning order issued March 22. The rule to thou- caie was dithjrged, howeter, with out prejudice to the temporary injunction grant ed agaiii't tlie defendants on Marth 22. Kl.'ir, to HaIliiJor" anil Return via II. A- O.. SatuiOaj ar.d Sundaj, April 7 and S. i"jii4"tI"i-r,!',v,rr JsiifXorlnK I'rojn a HeiiiorrlinKC. Thomas Chew, colored, fifty tears of age, became ill in "a bedroom of liis' h'dme at 185X Seventh Street northwest, last night and was remotcd by the "police!" to Frccdman's Hcfpital in the ambu lance. He was found, upon examination, to be suffering from hemorrhage. The Close of a Uct IvnI. The revital which has been in progress during the past month at the Ninth Street Christian Church 1ms cloied with abouf seventy additions to the church. The meetings were led by the pator, Rev. F B. Ujgley and Mr. Charles Hajdcn Cliase, musical director. Stereopttcon views wcra git en each week night evenirg. A special service will be held this tteiiing, when the fa mous views of "Ben Hur" will be given. The entertainment will be in the nature jof a benefit to I'a5tor Baglcy and Prcf. Cliase. "Tlie churcli will celebrate its ninth annitcrfary Sunday, April ?un ii-c. Moon rises. High tide Low tide . THE SUN AND MOON. ...3:3SA.V. ' "-'un set... Moon sets. . .6.2i P.M. .12.36 A.M. TIDE TABLE. 12:52 A.M. and 1:19 P.M. , 7:33 A.M. and h:16 P.M. STR.EET LIGHTING. Lamps lit today Lamps out tomorrow ..7:07 P.M. .A-AX A.M. .'. J'gk Ynur Easier Suit X is at 4. s I'Kl'l TeniiiIIs. Tie has out four SihhmsiI Alen's Suit values that can't be cqiialetl for the money at an.v stoiv in tlu town. These suits cempris the &wmi cas3imerea, worsteds, cnevlou, ami Scotch mfxtures. Every oae made with double-breasted vests. Best T y tailored sewel with the bst dyed - clllr fintl n.rf..t HtetWfy I avaw a J. spect. AH JIO.G Suits $6.45 All J'i2.;o Stills $8.45 All ?n.30 Suits ?10.45 A special bargain in a swell line of silk jnd worsted suits double-breasted vest's made by merchants tailors and finished in the most fashionable style. Worth $20. For , '.$14 J Men's Panis Specials There's about S60 paire rr- - m 'f 31.43? vP I .J J I -$2.45 1 n $L,jj $ $3.45 1 of Men's Pants here left over from suits You'll find handsome patterns in Che v lots, Cassimeres, Wor steds and Scotch mixt ures. Every pair worth doublf the price. They" go at the following prices. TENNiLLE 709 7th Street N. W. The Union J Clothier. t T T I It v.O0"SLASSH0C0 IWEOVYH 60 3 h gA STORES IH THE i R LARGE CITIES. j S;Pfel Wes-::4hrough-ji rgfil o-r ovr. r'sres M ?. c g & rect fro-n facto- S Bl'towea'-eratcne Z3i jpm t,prof.t.wh.:h.with c " P'c "r largs b-3.r.ess. pt rZ UgSlenatl'z us to pro- pjRFfci-cc a Y grer grade A 3 jmef-Jkzc. L-Si.50 than can Vk 2: SFf tz had el3iwhre. O"" ymoderr. styles ireppreciatedM 4byycw.rgrr.sr.e e - nereAl Res! Worth $5, for $3.50. Vh- do we make and se.i more S3.50 shoes than any other tor 1 mar.u'icturers m the U. S. fj A Because they are the best.? ft OUR YASHIHQTOH STORE: l013 Pennsjtoanfe Aie., Y '. AV. M B.E. MURRAY, V-iuJ? Vk Sent ary where f3ry rt $3.75. Af Tin. av.mi t Iiit Indication. Tair tonight: prolobly howcn Saturdiiy or cJt- I uruay nignt; iron wetierij, .-niuin- 10 souin tvesterly wind:. TEMPKKATUBE. Temperature at 1 p. m 67 TABOURETTES (VV rr' cf a t'lO'jar.I j. od bargins. Fine Tibc jrc'.-', nice'y made stvrjr. cak fr pian. . and very neat n an -ancc. 'W otth about 1 m wmc Horee. A ot cur irowd br.r ra enlv RHODES, WALKER & BURKS, 10I3-I0I5 7th St. ap3-tf Serge Suit The Blue Label A rtylfch. perfect fittin? and nobby tailored Serpe Suit Guaranteed and C Q "J C worth $12 fr ,y D BIEBEP.'S. KB. 003. POT. 309 Eighth St- S.E. for Derbys. AMUSEMENTS TODAY. Bcnninf: Track Kaccs at 3:C0 p. m. National Theatre The Uostonians; "Tlic Sere nade;" eeninp. Columbia Theatre Anna Held in 'Tapa's Wifc;"'cvenin(r. Academy of Music Hojt's "A Black Sheep; ' evening. . Grind Opera House audcvillc; afternoon and oening. ,.. Kernan'5 Lyceum Theatre "Jolly Crass Wid ows;" afternoon and evening. IN AND ABOUT THE 0ITF. A IJoy Cotivloleil of Muriler. DETROIT. Mich., April 6. Henry Bam berger, the boy who killed John M. Rein- j del on. December 2 to get possesafen of I about $36, has been found guilty of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. Fell From III Horse. Timothy Donohuc, a joikcy, while ridinj; in a steeplechase at the Ilennin? track yesterday af ternoon, fell from his Iior.-e and sustained painful injuries alxmt the hcail anvl Hnibrf. He was re inofd by the police of th Ninth precinct to thf office oi Dr. Kerr, where lie received medical at tention. His injurlc are not considered serious. An IJxcIUnir Itnimim)". A horse attached to a bugB.v driven by Edwa'd I Palmer and owned by the Depot tJuartermaJter's Office of the War. Department, became fngntcnea in the Capitol groumU ah-nit 3 o'clock ycitcrday afternoon and ran away, da.-hin up Pennsylvania Avenue, and resultinir i sb'sbt injuries to the driver and in extensive ilamage to the ilioir win dow of J. K. Jarvk, 133 Pennsylvania Avenue, with which the vehicle collided.- The horse was ldlv hurt and wai placed under the care of a veterinary surgeon. IViner wa aide to ko hnme unas.isted. Mr. Jarvis estimate his loss at i200, as the result ot the collision. q y s T O R I A fr M& wi cflWr2I?' Ths Kind You Have Always Bought But thev're not $1 Der-s They ous'bt to be nurked 1 30 and ??. 1 voti jinfee ili.n. t. tvle and aualitv Alt the new fprin? shapes "and" colors. Finer DtKB'iS ami FEDOR IS. ?I 50 and $2. "ECLIPSE" SHIRTS, 1. New XECKWEIR, 25c. MOORE & CULLINAN. 435 7trt St. Successors to A. T. I.ewia. Muzzle yourdog! V. o have dogr muzzles at 25c, 30c, and 35c. and more comlnjr. JOHN B. ESPEY, 10,Ho"prAvc. The Law Says: no24.m.w.f-tI Stricily One Price." Bridyework, S5 Per Tooth. We rr.. mit Ir.'RW '- " J , - , brvaL.-p we are SX ron to , -me of the U .A-e ;. of llwhinston as v me .. durability uf our bruteewoik. tliaraiter tA U.S. DENTAL ASS'N, Comer 7th and D SU. (Over Franc & bonf.J E. O. PIceon. D. P. S. K Suit for Divorc-. in'f.-n Mann hM. tbrwish b.- attorn? SMnt ij.Jt.r. f... nit for divorce from hw wife Ma? Mann 1 1 tjtiitr grounds. Bears the j "T" & tre linn. 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