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BE EVENING TDfES, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY APRIL 17. IDOO.
v w. J S. Kann,Sons & Co. TiiT Busy Corner. S. Kann, 5ons & Co. The Busy, Corner. S. Kann, Sons & Co. The Busy Corner. S. Kann, Sons & Co. We've Settled Down to Triumph Business ! Easter is over. Merchandising on staple lines can now start its course without interruption. Dame Fashion retires I after seeing her demands completed for months to come. Our stocks have already endeared themselves to Washington I women. The unabridged assortments, the meritorious qualities, the scope of styles, and "The Busy Corner" prices make a I combination that frees all doubts of our supremacy We have arranged a bill of bargains for the remainder of the week ! that should turn the tide of shippers this way. The Silk Counter. Tomorrow morning avo inaujrurato the crusade upon our Silk Department, in producing new patterns and colorings at tempt ing j) rices. "We will show plisse stripes, shirred all over hem stitched canelle stripes broclie and J'ersian patterns, together villi many novelties entirely new to Washingtonians. We stari oil with OZ o Japanese washable silks a bright and dainty collection delicate in color ing light in texture, but very sturdy. Colors are fast and washing is safe very practicable fabric finery. Almost as serviceable as percale for children's summer dresses and women's waists. They go for. a yard We also offer 26 pieces of black Snis3 taffeta blight, lustrous, and strong. Wc can recotumeud its wearing qualities. Nineteen inches wide. and as low in price as 44C 49C French popelaines a very soft and pretty fabric especially suitable for entire gowns in all the new shades of tan. navy, royal, turquoise, old rose. brown, cerise, helio. purple, myrtle. gobelin, cardinal light, me dium, and dark grey 22 inches wide, and the price., 10 pieces of all silk black satin dueh esse a beautiful cloth that cannot be bought today from the manu- lacturer at the price wc are quoting to you 19 inches for... .87C n dueh nnot be j are i r wide. 49C A Brace of Al Lining Values. Things ought to move'Iively around this section tomorrow, ing proportion that cannot fail to bring the thrifty women. A ft: Silk department first floor fection A. Our entire line of colored and Black Silk-finished I'ercaline mirror shades and a few colors of imitation spun glass lining We've sold r 1 p them at 15c and 18c a yard. I f-A, Special reduction I t2 -i different shades of Mercerized Mo reen cerise, lavender, bluet and red TiOc a yard is the price all over the city look at duction here tomorrow rice all r f 1 p the re- l : at.... yJtm Grey back figured Waist Lining- good, stout quality for service the quality that sells a yard. Offered tomorrow uiat Lining service nop at loc Xt iw at...VJ4 10 pieces of good quality Shrunk Canvas, in black only as good as most sold at lf.c a yard. We've reduced ours for tomorrow to 8t Our 22-inch genuine Shrunk French Haircloth our regular grade at 3!lc a yard. Tomorrow- offered at :29C items are of that crowd-draw-w of the resistless ones: 36-inch Mercerized Brocaded Cotton Skirt Lining 15c a yard is the nop steady price one of the lead- Xv ers tomorrow at vJ4" Black Brocaded Mercerized Italian Cloths any shade you call for qualities Al. Special per yard 25 pieces of 3G-incli guaranteed fast Black Silk Moire Leather I'ercaline 20c a yard is the regular price one of the Monday specials L29C icd fast ;alinc 14C Laces and Embroideries. Nowhere is there a better or more complete line shown than those displayed and sold in this department the qualities' have a long range from the very cheapest to the very best prices al ways lower than others do or can quote. 500 pieces of the finest qualities of liiitation Torchon, Medecia. and Cluny Laces and Insertings 46 different patterns from which to select and all match sets they average fiom 1 to f inches wide, and none worth less than 5c a yard., and from that up to l."c. Tomorrow your choice A special lot of Foint de Taris and Valenciennes La-es and Insert- Q3C ings, 1 to 7 inches wide worth X3"L from 10c to 20c a yard. Choice. U4 A large collection of Butter-color. White, and Black All-over Laces IS to 45 inches wide a very choxe se lection of patterns. Prices from 35c to $12 a yd. A very special bargain lot of F ne Cambric. Swis. and Nainsosk Elg- ings and Issortings an unlimited va riety of choice patterns- values ranging from l.ic to 25c a yard. Choice A small lot of -15 pieces of fine Cam bric and Swiss Edgings and In sertings they are famp'.es and Tp actually worth 12 l-2c a yard. -tv, U Special I 4 First Floor Section D. Domestics Way Below Hie Lowest. A special -alc of .Kill dozen of Monarch bleached sheets at special juices tin material by the .ird is worth considerable more than the sheet complete at the prices we have made for to morrow. Monarch bleached sheets 54 by 90 63 by 90 Showing the Incomparable Qualities of Our Cloak Stock. We have taken sixty-five suilfe from our $10.00 and J12.4& table every jack et is lined throughout with fine colored' taffeta silk skirls have the new box pleat backs come in pretty shades of greys, browns, tans, blues. and plain blacks an in comparable bargain for first coiners at , 50 women's strictly all wool tailor made suits in blue. grey. 'brown, tan, mode, and blacks cut with Eton, fly front or tight-fitting jack ets new flare Fkirts sujts that have been selling up , our that have been selling uprfv r to Jl" fO. Another one of 'ill MX our bargains at vP vjv- W -S2.49 40 fine grey twilled homespun skirta thoroughly well-made and finished actually been sell ing at ?3.7;j all day tomor row at Fine plain Venetian cloth suits now arrivals shown in grejs, castor, royal and blac silk lined Eton jack ets with stitched bands of taffeta silk skills trimmed to match fT" -J Q positively a $15 value. V I J For tomorrow's bujers... 4 - New suits In ah the leading shades cut with Eton or tight-fitting jackets new flare skirts some are plain, oth ers handsomely trimmed with panne velvet a small assort- ( ment containing values up to $27.00. Heduced to $15 .10 fine twilled covert cloth suits in oxford, greys, and castor cut with nobby buttoned Eton jackets pleated back skirts all sizes in the rr m fQ lot we'll stir things with ( MX this buit at ytOKJ Another lot of those all-wool, tailor made bkirts, made of serges, home epuns, and some of brilliantines about r.O in all. Both plain and applirjued effects worth up to $1.50. (T rQ At the special reduction MX - A half hundred more of those fine all over lace waists in every new shade those in this lot are worth up to $0.00, but continued tort- rx fQ be soldat the same price MX as before.... .7 -j) LtJJ What About Your Linen Supply? In making Spring inventory of your household linens, do you discover needs in certain lines? Table Linens, perhaps. Xew (.Moths and Napkins are required, maybe. Or Towels. You can not fail to supply those needs here to your perfect satisfaction. Ours is a Linen Department of high standing. Good Linens,and only good Linens always. The prices Invariably reasonable. 200 dozen fine Linen Knotted Fring ed Damask Hemmed and Hem stitched Huck Towels extra large size every one 2oc val ue special CO inches wide, extra heavy German Silver Bleached Table Linen assorted patterns spe cial price, per yard ?:..19c 35C First floor Section F. Fine Bleached Irish Table Linen very weighty and soft finish 7 new choice patterns regular "l $1 value, special I J Unbleached Turkish Bath Towels as large as 24x54- tra heavy eaeh.. 18 inches wide Bordered d Plaid Glass Towelisg fast sel vage 10c and 12 l-2e vnino special 02 Bath Alp m Opening Sale of Wash Goods Specials. These goods will soon command at tentionthe time is now ripe for you to buy this class of goods. Our as sortment Is better and more select than any previous season the styles arc handsomer, and the prices as low as those of days gone by. We offer tomorrow a case of Dimities, repre- Remarkable Display of Dress Goods Strength, 11 bv 90 81 bv 90 25c. 30c. 32c. 35c. 90 by 90 39c. Half a cam? of No. IW Fruit, yard ide Bleached Muslin, equally as "7 i good as Wamswtta epecial '2 r0 doon of the celebrated Empire Bleached Pillow Cases size 42x"C Q3Q instead of 12 l-2c 3 r;c 20 j.ieot- of yard-wide Bloaohe3 Muslin as low in price, perayard, as... J 4.".-r.ih iernraux Sjiting- ju-t tui-rn iirF in the lot- --hade a d qualm' limh finer than has ever bin n s-1.1 at this price per ard 59C &2-.nch Brcaddotli fine twilled back giving it a linn finish shown in nil tli desirab't shadis e s.' where the sjme grade is $1 00 per yard. We've specialized ours at 4."-ineh .reported Tamise very s leer ana nne tatiric ail oi tne new ff)p lar $1 2-"i goads reduced t ..... 44-inch Mohair Jlril'ia: tine, in all the fashionable pastel shades, with two good shades of silver giey grand vtlue at 75c a vard. Much grander at 89C in all i, with ?.65f .j2-inch Homespuns only a few more pieces left in the lot a grade that is sdd everywhere at Jl Di played here in three good shades of grey. in three good shades of grey, Jfp siler. medium, and dark tan. ML Our sp'eciiJl price of v Back C'oth best asso:t- 1 the city $7.69 .14 -inch All-wool Plail Back C'oth needs no lining we have best asso:t ment of these goods in the city one big special that sells regularly at ?2.00 a yard. tomorrow Surprises lin Blacks. senting forty new and nobby i Op designs colors strictly fast. S-rL The price T"4- E0 pieces of Zephyr Ginghams the assortment represents a big line of stripes these goods are also warrant ed strictly fast in color, and " J - are worth 10c a yard. But to- K'q'L morrow you only pay us Uo A choice line of fine Fanry Batiste and Dimities this season s leading styles in fact they are copies a i p of foreign goods, selling every- UL where at 12 l-2c a yard v2 3 pieces of genuine French Orgaa dies some patterns are neat; nop others large, showy, and effect- M-L i ve only v4 35 styles of genuine Bates Seer sueker all kiads of combinations and patterns, representing nobby and staple effects the price, per yard 2D pU-te oi Imported Mousseline de Soie plain and self-colored dots and rings full 25 desira ble colorisga per yard IOC line de 39C ".0-inch Cheviots n recent purchase of short kngths from a manufacturer drsirable pieces that cannot be term ed as remnants by the bolt this quality sells at $1 per yard. This special lot sponged and shrunk, at 75C 52-inr-h Broadi-lotlis a good. weave and finish hard to match at $1 a rd. Here at the special price of firm 5o-inch Venetian Cloth a grad- wo cannot duplicate again to sell for loiir than Jl C9 a yard. While we have it we'll make a big hurrah at 89C id- wo Or lOIir $1.49 42-inch all-wool Albatross and Bat iste a serviceaDie. well rec ommended fabric easily worth 75c a yard. Specii price 53-luch Silk and Wool Crepons six ery good designs a quali ty that sells for $2 25 a yd. Tomorrow rt the special reduction of i55c .$1.75 AListofNotionsandD 5-yard pices of Blark Velve- 1HC teen Binding, for '" Gool quality Horn Bone Monde or black all sizes, one C( dozen for J Filk Woven Belting ors one belt for in all col- Dressmaker's Pirns full count 1.1C a paper for 2 luO-yard spools of good quality 1C Basting Cotton, for A card of Fader-Haken and Eyes, for A yard of Bicycle Skirt 1AC Weighting, for A piece of All-silk Seam Bind- 1 flC Hooks 1C 10l and ing. for set of Hook Fasteners, for A pair of Stockinette Shields, for Eye Waist CC Dress CC essfflifors'Fifliiiigs Two yards of Flat Hat Wire ' 2 Three-quarter yard strip Silk OC Top Elastic, for 0 4-oa. bottles of Sperm Mcfeto ,C Oil, for " XoB-twfet Wash Tape I pieces CT assorted la a package, for " A pair of tiie best quality Rao- O 1 C ber Heel Plates for ' A piee of Sowlag Wax. for Featber-stitebeti BraW slightly OC museed best quality, for J A dozen Tubular Shoe Laces, f for J 3 spools of Crochet Silk beat 1 AC shades, for ' U lS-inch Square Rubber Xap- 1 9 t C kins I 2 CANN SONS & CO. 4$.fr00&' - Eighth and Market Space TIi2 Attorney for the. District on Commitments to tlie Asylum. A H"l t" 1,M !' p of nr- -v 1, ltlfliarIhoii The rroi-el .Vet of uijjres Oiimlirciii. Expensive, mul I iietinMitutloiinl The Dlslrlet .Mtlit He Can Kht lu u Ilntl IMlKht. The Attorney for the District yesterday fc-ttbmitted a reply to the letter of Dr. A. II. Richardson. Superintendent of the Government Hospital for the Insane, criti cising an opinion rendered by Mr. Duvall jegarding a projwsed act of Congress "reg ulating commitments to the Govern ment Hospital for the Insone." Dr. Rich ardson also stoutly opposed the report of the act of Congress approved January 31, 1899, and the re-enactment of the prior procedure on the subject. Mr. Dvall etatee that Dr. Richardson dlscHseos tbe suliject aWy from the standpoint of the physician and adminis trator of the hospital for the insane, quot ing the following extract from Dr. Rich ardEon's letter to tbe Secretary of the In terior: When the oljvtiB to th wr"t 1h nd the proood amo4ieirt i alyswl, it will 1m cen tlwt thi mrwwrtf taifity to th- Matemewt that tlirj.0 arc row ept'ive mmi tk! the jwocwd iiiKs hmv not be cowtititttotial, and that to repeal 11k- prcm law i4 lo w-nart the oM method of ju-ry trial would be to Uic a log atep back ward. The Attorney admits that Dr. Richardson iery properly seeks to secure information which will be of assistance in the treat ment of the insane. This he acknowledges to be a very desirable object, but observes that in a very large percentage of indi gent insane cases, some of which have homicidal tendencies, committed at the. in stance and for the protection of the pub lic, this information is simply unattaina ble. In many iases. Mr. Duvall says, they are waifs who have drifted into this juris- J diction and no one knows whence they come or their antecedent history. Mr. Duvall calls attention again to the objections formerly urged against the pro posed law, which are threefold cumbrous ness, expensiveness and unconstitutional ity. In support of his views the Attorney quotes from a decision on the subject, in which the General Term reviewed the question of the due process of law in lunacy cases, in the case In re Brabant t.1 Mack, D. C. 493). The opinion states the general proposi tion that there is nothing in the language of the statute which gives any power of compulsory eeclusion without due process of law. "It opens the door of the asylum and nothing more. It gives no power to s-eclude a person who has not been judicially found to be insane. The opinion continues: "In our opinion this whole matt?r is regulated by the Maryland statute of 17S5, which contemplates that the person whose affairs the chancellor is to have control of. shall be found to be insane by a jury of enquiry. There must be a regular ad judication of the question by due p;o:tss of law, without which even the chancellor cannot act. and due process of law in es tablishing the insanity of a person has long been declared to be by enquiry through a jury. It would be impossible a tz's -I-T. Chine jmi a SHT TO OMiKu AT $12 00 that's the wonder ol the tailc--irc craft. Had to alrtarfv menace our fcree in ordir to get tlitm out fart mcugh. Iff. P. Fitzsimmons, 910F. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allen's I'oi t Ij.-e. a powOcr. It rures painfjl. unarting. .wrl!rTi fret ami ir.provm nails, ard ltistdiith taKe the Ming out of corns and bunions It's the greatr-t comf rt diM-otcry of the age Allen's Kort l.a-e niakt- tiplit or new shoe.- fel cay. It i a tertain cure for sutating, ealleu- and hot, tired, aching feet. Trv it today soId by all dnigguts and 'hoe i-Wrc. Hy mail fcr 2jc in stamp. Trial package FItKE. Address, Allen & Olmitcd, I.cltoy, X. Y. tention of any of the persons who have been committed under its provi ions. The question of the law's constitution ality, the Attorney states, would be liable to be raised at any lime by one of the numorniiR nnrenne tlio nitript 1 pnndtnnt. therefore, that we should recognize the ( ly proceeding against, about six each week, r'WsmHGT0M.0.ClL3 "Golden flop" is a "winner." Fenbi i who has tried our rew betr i dehchted with it-; fine ll.inr. The Inch quality and low price are sure to make ' (iiden Hop" a b'g fjonte. 1 2 quarts only $1.. 10f rebate when bottles are returned in good condition. X? sec le window dk-plav at Walter I!. Williams, 1001 li ae. mv. Washington Brewery Co., 1T1I AXD F PT. X E. 'Phone 2131. Piano Bargains. 1 Bchr Bros.. Uprhjht Piano 1M 1 Mahopany I'pneht Piano (slightly used).... 175 1 Chickcnng Square 10 AXD OTHETIS. TEK3Is TO SUIT. STIEFF PIANO WAREROOMS, C21 11th st nw. apT-tf.cm J. a COXLIFF, Mgr. Roofing Papers, Building Papers, Rooflnj Pitch, Paris? Pitches. Coal (or Ga) Tar, Oils of Coal Tar, Asphalt, Japan Black Varnish, CreOSOte f Deodoran Germicide t 1 At r i Per I5c gal. unsworn statements of two physicians to be due process of law. "This deprivation of the liberty of a citizen upon the ground of lunacy is a matter of very grave importance, te:ause it may easily happen that for fraudulent purposes, perhaps with a view to deprive a person owning property of his control over it, a perfectly sane man might te sent to an asylum by his relatives, upon a certificate of two physicians and be illegal ly confined there fqr years. "We hold, therefore, that these sections of the Revised Statutes do not contem plate compulsory seclusion in this Institu tion without due process of law. They only open its doors to those who have been properly found to be insane persons. If they meant anything else they would be unconstitutional." The Attorney fears that the District would find itself in an embarrassing posi tion, if the proposed act of Congress should be passed and afterward declared uncon stitutional. The Superintendent of the Government Hospital for the Insane, in that case, Mr. Duvall thinks, would be un able to make a return justifying the dc- or by habeas corpus by some one already committed under the act. THE BEST LAXATIVE. Hunvadi Janos A Pure Natural Aperient Water, ABSOLUTELY ODORLESS, and therefore free from all the offensive smell often found in Aperient Waters. j RELIEVES DISORDERED STOMACH, CURES CONSTIPATION. The ONLY Aperient Water bottled at the Hunyadi Springs, ANDREAS SAXLEHNER, Sole Prop., Budapest, Hungary. OMctrH of St. AtuIrevt'H PnrlKli. Tl.c following officers were elected for the en suins J ear at the 11.1-ter election in St. An drew' parish: Wardens -Dr. D. C Gordon and Hugh Waddell. Vestrymen Joseph Burden, Ben jamin Micou. Jfsso C. Krgood, M. T. Kndieott, James H. Martian, Dr. George llanie, .J. Sprigs Poole, and Dr. William Mercer fcprisrg. Trcauri'i .-amutl J. Millanl. Registrar All red T. Gage. To lie Tried in It ieliinoixl. Vn. Void was icicivcd by the local police last night from Thomasville, Ga., that Linn hey, who lias been confinid in the jail there for some time pa--t, will thi moining be surrendered to the au thorities at Richmond, Va. Ivey is charged at Richmond with jrious crime?, and he will be tried there, lie is alleged to have sent a quan tity of jewelry to his brother in this city seeral months aso. and the location of this propel ty led to his brother's arrest here. After investigation of the case hcj was discharged from custody of the local police. 6e gpeniiift gfanea TlKSinY, APRIL 17, 11-09. The Weather lmlicutluua. Showtrs tonight and V-edncsdaj; imrej.-ing southeast wind. TEMPERATURE. Temperature at 1 p. m 70 I'ermits to lluilil. The Inspector of Buildings has issued permits as follows: To locate steam boiler and engine, Xixon Brewer, in rear of 209 Seventh Street southwest; for repair?, William Voiglit, George town and Roekville Road; J. E. Shoemaker, 104 Twelfth Street soutlica-t: Carl Jaeger., fii? I. Street southeast; the Chris Heurieh Biewing Company, I) Street front, Twenty-s-ixth and 1) Streets noithwest; Mary Guddcs and James Blanch. 1120 Seventh Street southeast: 1. ller liner, 1717 P Street northwest; M. I. Smith, 2.5 11 Street northeast; Eduaid Holden, V13 (! Street southeast. Prcssineii Klcvt Delec;n(c.s. Washington Pressmen's I'nion, on Saturday evening last, at Elks' Hall, held its annual elec tion for delcgatts and alternates to the Inter national f'AMcntion, which will conenc in Mil waukee, Wi?., June IS next. The contest was yer exciting and spirited, each candidate hav ing a host of active and energetic workers in his behaif. Tiie candidates fcr delegate were Charles f. Richardson, George 51. Ramsey, .lamis L. Ward, and W. 51. Pickard, the two firt named winning out by handsome majorities. For alter nates, Messrs, Frank H. llarkson and 1). II. Mo ran were the sneci-s.iul contcstanf. A number of new men.bers were initiated into the union, and a large voiume of important business was int'I.ic:itl. t.'isacted. Sun rises.. Moon rise. Low lide... High title.. TIIE SUN AXD MOON". ..5:22 A.M. Sun .ct, ...U:3o P.M. j Mcon ccts.., ...0:3SP.5I. TIDE JABLE. 4:14 A.M. and 4:37 P.M. ,: 0:34 A.M. and 9:31 P.M. r : I "l Disinfectant VMI, Slai; for Rcofln?, Kaili, Tin Caps, etc E. B. Warren & Co., MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS, Ccr. 27th and U sU. n.w. 'Phone 2255. apl-lmo STREETn.IGHTING. Ii mp lit today 1-jinpj out tomorrow .. 7:1S P.M. ..4:23 A. Jl. AMUSEMENTS TODAY. Georgetown Field Baseball, 5'ale vs. George town. Game called at 4 p. in. The New Grand Theatre Vaudeville; afternoon and evening. Columbia Thcatic James Young in "Lord Rjron;" evening. Academy of Music "The Irish Alderman;" evening. Lafajette Square Theatre "Three Little Lamln;" evening. Kernan's Lyceum Theatre Vaudeville; after noon and evening. IN AND ABOUT' THE CITY. rocket Picked at the Egg Itollinpr. 5iis. 5Iary Scden, wl.o lives at 120 Tenth Street northeast, called upon the police last evening to siy that her pocket had been picked of a puree containing a small amount of money in the White House grounds jctcrdiy afternoon. She could give no dew as to the identity to the thief. Hoy Misslntr Krom llotne. liert McKenzic, sixteen year old, is reported as mining from his home, 813 North Carolina Avenue scuthea t, since Tuesday last. His friends are unable to account for his disappcaranre. and the police are engaged in an effort to locate him. The IkiJ has light h..ir and dark grey eve". Hauling. Storage. Packing. MACHINERY, BOILERS. SAFES, STONE hauled and placed in position. FURNITURE. PIANOS, GLASS, and CHINA carefully packed for shipment. HAULING OF ALL KINDS OF FREIGHT. STORAGE FURNISHED In FIIIE PROOF HUIMJIXG Not Stnldcn or Fire Trnpx. TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Springmann's Express, 9.37 D St. X. W. Telephone 2C3. ap!2-tf GOLD Crown and Bridgework. We make the vnct .rrprrved form of pure geld crown and tpridgrk known to dentistry for ?j per tiiorh. The old f.hiuned tkntists will ass jou $10 for the old faslun. d wrfc. l Dental Parlors, St. (Over Ilcorer & Snyder's.) DR. A. THOMAS UTZ. Manager. T Your Boy $$ggj- One cf these Inen " p gaj Saxciij- iVodlr Uj?5)2,J Sweaters o'-Striped M VD Jerseys we're e!l- I 1 J asdl ing- at vS'ja'. (For 3 c!avs crly ) C. Auerbach. 7 & H. DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES. TEL. Two Bargain Attractions. ap6-cod-tf "Slrictly One Price." $8 $8 $8 $8 $8 SS is all we a.k for the hest plates and all necessary extracting, and wc GUARANTEE satisfaction. Q DENTAL ASS'N, Corner 7th and D Sta. (Over Franc & Sona.X E. O. Piseon. D. D. 8L MiilihllMMl? HAVE 5'OU Sore Throat. Pimples, Copper Col ored Spots, Aches, Old Carts, Llctn la ilouti. UU FllicsT Write COOK REMEDY CO- 1651 Masonic Temple. Chicaco. I1L. for proofs ol runs. Capital $500,000. We solicit tbe most vb itinste cases. We hare cured the worst case la 16 to 15 oars. lOO-naf Book tit A S a further inducement and to stimulate im mediate investments, 3. 10 Navy Blue Scree Suit for DLER'S, th st. k 5Ias. ave. nw. 7.5 Better Hats for than SI ever taught before Rdter DERBYS AM) FEDORAS for 1 50 and 2 than these prices will luy anj where eke. All the new spring styles. All colors. ?1, .ZO. and $2. 3 paira Good SOCKS, 23c. '-Eclip-c" SHIRTS, ?1. MOORE & CULLINAN, 435 7th St. Successors to A. T. Lewia. 1 is the standard remedy for lung trouDie ; ococc s .cmuision is tne best Cod-Liver Oil, made pleas ant and easy to take. All Druggists ; joe. acd $1.00. A Hnilly Cut Ilvnil. John Birdi. twenty-nine ears of age, who lives at 1S3U Thirty third Street northwest, while taardiup a car of the Georgetown and Tenleytown Railway in Georgetown vesterday afternoon fell .mil sustained a seven tealp wound. He was re moved to the Georgetown University Hospital in the patrol wagon ot the Seventh precinct station, and .it a 'laic hour he was able to gu to his home. Serge Suit The Blue Label A ttyliih, perfect flttingr nd nobby tailored Serge Suit. Guaranteed and fl; C 7C worth 12 for v0U4 - BIEDEIi'S. 0C3. 803, COT. 800 Eighth St- S.E. A Vciv Iiispeptor. The District C ommiwioncrs have ordered that W. S. SJiects. recently timekeeper in the sewer division, is hereby asigned to thitv as inspec tor in the Fngineer Department, at 3.50 per day jylPa-i ' SI Helping sIH along with Ifete PIANO STOOL special. Mnhog any teieliQd highly iwHabed and solid bnilt. rTrlCj A PARLOR TABLE that'll be yours at the first glimpse. A Hae. golden oak finish. 24x24 inh top. Only. m Mayer & Pettit, 415-417 7th St. ACorf that can't he cli.-pnf. .1 Then-- icll. no i,ti.er ix purer !r ih t'le wid wrld t'lan fie National jint.il Brewing Co.'s '-Muerf enT"' (dark. 2 dz , 1 -o. WriM cr 'p' i nc 222. OtamBLtla 25 TABLETS JQ CENTS MAKE SICK PEOPLE WELL FOR SALL BY ALL DRIT-CImTJ? I'nvement on Delaware Avenue. By order ol the pi'tri' t ( oniim-rii.nr tkr Tit rifled block pavement in alley in scpiar 9S HH be relaid to t nfrm to the charge f grade nt Del aware Avenue, at an etimaffI cHt of ?Ui. fhargeihlc t" the appropriation f r imprwcMtat and repairs Southwest section. GASTORIAfir Infants and Chita. Tito Kind You Hava Always Bought Bears the Signature of V0U&: - - - . tJ.-iaUfiMas-vKiSfK.- j.tiBSwnt.-ijliajih .-- - -ijaJfeJ-JttfciiJ ofeni; t