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GET
Your LIGHT OVERCOAT ready; If you
haven't one, better see its at once, as the Weather people
Bay you'll need one to-day or to-morrow.
Plenty of them here. All styles, fabrics, colors,'
lengths, sizes, and prices. A specially good one at the
price is an all-wool, fast color, rough black'Cheviot, serge
bodj' lining and satin sleeve lining, well tailored and per
fect fitting at TEN DOLLARS. You'll find worse ones
marked $15 in most any other store in town.
Plenty of others at this and all other prices up to
$35.00.
You'll want a new Derby now, sure. The best are
only $3 HERE, next best $2. Same styles and quali
ties as the exclusive hatters get a dollar or two more for.
Don't you want to save that dollar or two?
Robinson, Chery & Co.
I2TH AID F STS. OL!fes,
Seven Dollars and Sixty-five Gents.
These elegant Couches, upholstered in Silk Brocade
or Silk Tapestry, trimmed in Silk Plush, heavy six-inch
Fringe, thoroughly well made S10 and $12 values your
choice at the RINK WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
$7.65.
CASH OR
The Julius Lansburgh
FURNITURE AND CARPET COMPANY,
New York Ave., bet. 13th and 14th Sts.
Is Museum
Freaks
we do not undertake
to be able to fit, but it's
a mighty funny figure
of a man that we can
not. Our stock is so
large and varied all
sizes and cuts that we
have suits to fit every
one. Though our prices
are so low that you
would be almost in
clined to doubt the qual
ity, you can see and
judge for yourself we
do not attempt to de
ceive you we want you
to come to us again and
recommend us to your
friends.
New York
Clothing House,
311 7th St. N. W.
C6,,.S'0-0 639
PIANOS J
AT BARGAIN PRICES. J
?
We've cut the prices on a lot of Y
STANDAKD UntlGIlT riAOi to
flpcres of surprising sraaUneti T
Jest for a little eale. Flue instru- a
menta perfect lu every particular y
s pie u did tone beautiful ceei, ran-
hogftny, ebony, rosewood and oat. y
Want a gojd piano Xcr a small prlco
see these. T
t
?
METZESOH
MUSIC CO.,
MUSIC HAL!,
;
All tho Latest Sheet .Music.
IllO F St. N. W.
ICE
IIYGIEXIC -HEALTHFUL
T11K UAIIDEST THE BEST.
MADKOFPURESPKISQ WATEK.
TeleLhon4t. Office HS V at. a.
A A CI I C By Steam Driller.
WtLLj Wcrk done qulck-
--' yp cleanly and
Mvi aH c"?apiy
W. E. DoWITT.
308 Tenth Street.
ssaEgasgagasKi mil, i' 'Mi, m
I SATISFIED?
No; don't expect to be until we sell you the
Furniture and Carpets you want, but you ought
to be satisfied to buy now, while we are making
special prices that save you from $15 to $50 a
Suite on Furniture and a good deal 911 Carpets.
$22.50 Antique Suite for $16.50
40 Oak Suite for 22.50
65 Large Oak Suite for 47-50
40 Inlaid Divan Suite for 25.00
45 5-piece Brocatcllc Suite for 2p.oo
60 5'piece Silk Tapestry Suite for. . 42.00
W. H. HOEKE,
Corner Penna. Avenue and Eighth St.
ktV, .. j. ,
CREDIT.
ON THE VERGE OF A STRIKE
Wabash Employes Threaten to Tie
Up the Whole System.
Alleged DlsclinrRO of Union Men As
cribed ut the CIiiino for the Con
templated Action.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 24. Tlie Tost-Dis-patch
this afternoon declares that there
is a big strike brewing on Uie Wabash
Railway -which threatens to tie up tbc
entire system from Toledo to Kansas City.
The paper adds: "For several weeks
past, the company, through its officials,
has been quietly ferreting out the members
of Hie various brotherhoods in its employ,
and ono by One- Uiey have been discharged.
The reason given has usually been Incom
petency, drunkenness, bad record, or oUier
causes, but the discharged employes had
no recourse.
It is claimed, however, that a majority
of the mendischarged were released because
they are members of tho Brotherhoods of
Locomotive Engineers, Firemen, Order of
Railway Trainmen, Railway Conductors
or the S witchmeu's Slutual Aid Ashociation.
"If they are not reinstated," an engineer
is reported as saying, "there will be the
biggeststnke the Wabash has ever known,
audwe'llmakeltcostthecompauyinorethan
it could save on non-union men In a hundred
years. The St. Louis lodges will also take
the matter up."
11V A STHAY HTJI.I.ET.
Colored Flslicrmnn on Long Drltlce
Wounded In tile Neck.
Whilo fishing on the Long Urldgo about
1 o'clock yesterday afternoon a colored
man named Stanley Edelin, residing at No.
17 IJrucc street, Anacostia, was struck in
tho throat in the region of the jnglar vein
by a- bullet... s--
The man said he heard a pistol report
in the direction of Jackson City and at the
same time felt the shock of the bullet on his
neck. Thercsultottlicshotwasastarnpedc
of aboufa score of negro fishermen across
Uie bridge tdward.Vrashlngton.
Edelin was brought to the Emergency
Hospital where Dr. Bhortlidge extracted
tho bullet.
Tnlcen 111 on tlie Street.
Mary Ectzer, aged thirty jears, of No
25 Seventeenth street southeast, was
takeu 6ick on the 'corner of East Capitol
and Sixth streets, about 4:30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon and removed to her
home in the fifth precinct patrol wagon.
CARPETS,
FURNITURE,
and DRAPERY.
THE MORNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY. ' SEPTEMBER 25. 1895.
!WILL VACATE EH MASSE
Portner Flats Tenants to Move
if Whelan Gets License.
INTERESTING EXCISE OASE
Great Full Electric Hallway May
Operate It Trolley Lino Wltliintue
City Attorney TIioiiiuh' Opinion.
CoiiiiiilNMoncrri Approve With One
ll.ciitlUK Vote,
The rortner Flats case, in which Will
lam T. AVhelau appears as the applicant
for barroom license and is opposed by
sundry citizens, including the Portner
tenants, will soon be brought bcrore the
excise board upon its merits, and 1U de
cision Is awaited with much Interest,
since several important points are involved.
Attorney .Donaldson will probably make
a motion In the case this morning. lie
will insist that the papers shall bo nt all
times left accessible to the counsel and
others interested.
Meanwhile, it having bec decided by
the board that the Partner is not, within
tho law, an "established" hotel, Mr.
Whelan is arranging to remove this ob
jection. He is notifying the tenants that
he lias leased the building for "hotel
purposes," anil tin agents fur the property,
Messrs. J. Harrison Johnson & Son, ar
sending notices to the same effect.
f To this, it is alleged, the tenants have
replied that should Mr. Whelan obtain a
liccn-e. they will leave the building in
a body.
ANTI-SALOON LEAdUE'S TOSITION."
The AMI Saloon Xeague has strengthened
Its position by adding to the literature of
tlie case an opinion or each of two promi
nent attorneys, who say .that, even If
classed as a hotel, the house Is -within 400
feet of a private school, nnrt-lt is, there
fore, not proper to grant the license. In
this thoy take issue with Attorney Thomas,
who says that tl.e prohibitory clause In the
law does not apply to hotels.
Theattorney for thelJIstrict, In an opinion
filed with the Commissioners, has decided
that the Great Falls Electric Hallway bar
the right to operate Its road by overhead
trolley.and thai such right was notaf fected
by the act of Congress abolishing George
town. He also decides that the failure
to run cars regularly for the accommodation
of the public. If there nas such failure;
docs not operate to forfeit the company's
charter, unless the United Stntes, by appro
priate proceedings, chooses to take ad
vantage of such f uilure.
This opinion was drawn out by a reference
to Mr. Thomas of the application of the
company for erinis'-on to maintain the
trolley system within the city limits for the
space of about one and one half squares
for tho propulsion of Its cars to and from
the union iussenger station.
MAJOH POWELL'S VIEWS.
Tho company's right to do tills was
questioned by Commissioner Powell, for tlie
reason that the charter gives no positive
right to the overhead trolley, and conse
quently the general law, which furthermore
is the latest in date, prohibiting any ad
ditional wires in former Georgetown,
seems fully applicable to tho case.
A majority of the Commissioners yesterday
Indorsed tlie view taken by Attorney
Thomas, Major Powell alone dissenting.
A case of more tuanusual intercut Ishcfore
the Commissioners, Involving the right of a
citizen to construct a high wall upon his
own premises for otherpurpose than that of
building. Mr. J. A. Wynkoop built a wall
sixteen feet In height to prevent his neigh
bors from viewing his grounds. Upon
complaint being made the building Inspector
directed that the height of tho wall be"
reduced to seven feet, and from this Mr.
Wynkoop appealed.
A hearing was given yesterday. Attorney
C. A. Brandeubjrg representing Mr. Wyn
koop. The Commissioners have referred the
mntter to Attorney Thomas.
The president of the Washington and
Georgetown Railroad Company has been
furnished with a report of the superintend
ent of the water department, in which at
tention is called to the anticipated danger
to a water main frum the effects of elec
tricity. The main referred to extends Trnm
Fort Reno reservoir eastward, passing a
few feet beneath the tracks of the Rock
Creek Railway, on Connecticut avenue ex
tended. It Is beliecd the current is caused
by tho overhead trolley.
ASSESSMENTS AND SIDEWALK.
Orders Issued yesterday: That water
main assessment against part of lot front
ing ninety-seven feet on Seventh street,
between Grant and Whitney avenues, bt
canceled on account of the decision In the
Burgdorf case.
Tuat a cement sidewalk be laid In front
of No. COG Eleventh street northwest; In
front or lot 16, square 248; in front of
No. 81S II street northeast, and in front
of lots 16, 17 and 18, square 218, all
under the provisions or tho permit system.
The commission of John ltalley as an
additional private on the police force was
revoked yesterday and George E. Crane
was appointed in his stead for service with
the Hygienic Ice Company .
Julius Stcln was also appointed an addi
tional member of the force for service
at the Palais Royal.
The Commissioners will give audience
on the 2Glh instant to the.Mount Pleasant
Citizens' Association, the Northeast Citi
zens' Association and other associations
and Individuals mentioned In tliclreonuminl
cations who may want to be beard In be
half of their favorite candidates for school
trustee.
MINOR NOTES.
The District Commissioners will to
morrow giveahearlngtoSoutheast Washing
ton residents who want to be heard in op
position to the removal of the center parking
from Pcnnsjlvanla avenue southeast.
Louis A. Weaver, who had served a satis
factory probationary term, was "Yesterday
appointed assistant foreman In the fire
department.
Must Work "Without Money.
Secretary Smith has directed that the
mineral land commissioners in Montana and
Idahoshallcontinue the work of making ex
aminations of lands In the Northern Pacific
grant. The commissioners were stopped by
reason of tho appropriation becoming
exhausted, but it has been determined that
under tho law the commissioners must con
tinue work even if a deficiency is created.
Gold for Canada.
The Treasury yesterday lost $225,000 In
gold for export to Canada which leaves the
trucamountofthegoldreserve,?90,183,333.
Alfred PentH.
manufacturers and Jobbers of wall papers,
130 and 138 West Madison stteel, Chi
cago; 41 and -43 West Fourteenth street
New York, new designs and colorings of
the American, English, Trench and Japan
ese; endless variety to select from. We
sell consumers direct at wholesale prices.
Our artistic designs and low prices, have
ma deus the largest wall pa perestablKhmeut
of the world. Our agents, the National
Paperhauglng Company. 404 Eighth street
northwest, telephone 652, will hang our
papers for you at the regular Washington
prfcollst. Newgoods. Good work. Prices
right. Our second $1,000 prize design
contest is now open; closes October 31
1885. Write for book of instructions.
We ' 6lli"RellabIo',-Shoes
nly tho-bast Jn. Amirlca at'
the price.
We.buy-shoes to sup-
I ply three stores that
larc i5USY4-ali the
i time is it any won-
i der that wcr can sell
iBET TE R qualities
and for LLbb .mon-
i ey than any one else?
I a uinic it over.
WM.HHHNB0.-8
Kcllablo Shoe Houjoj.
030ond.032 7th St. XlV,h
1014 and 1010 Pa. Ave.Jt.VV.
233 Pa. Ave S. E.
Simply
H- i
"GoocT-Tailors
j that's what we boast
we are and that we
live up to our boast wc
sincerely believe.
Do you know that f
our Ready-to-wear
Clothing; is unequalled?
Probably you know
our Custom Depart
ment has a reputation
pecular to itself.
It's really so.
DYRENFORTH'S, A2vepa-
Under
Metropolitan.
OFPENHEIMER'S,
614 Ninth St N. W.
Money(Savers.
One. Djayls Sale.
Enough Saved Jn Your Pur
chases to Start a Bank
Account.
69c
Boys' 2-piece School Suits. Worth ULC0
per salt. Only C9a
10n Two Med ium-ir eight Ladles' Vests
ZyU Worth VZc each, TwofortSc.
19c
Bore' lVi-calo-nnlsb Box Plaited Shirt
Waist. Worth 33c each. Only 19c.
98c
New 5'ilrt mates of Golf Salting, tbo
proper styles for rarl j FalL Worth i
89c This elegant
Cloth Tea Gown,
llllCU LU LUti WillSl,
and belt.
Worth $3.
Only 89c.
3 extra large Bloached Towels, irorth
15c 3for?JCL
Vard good Tea Towels, worth Sc yard
Yard All Linen Tea Towels, worth ISc
yard only 9m
Yard Dressmakers' Kid rinlsbed Cam
bric, usually sold at Sc only 3J4C.
Yard best 12o Slliclas only 6Jc
yard.
Yard rood quality Ilalr Cloth, usually
sold at 15c only 7c.
Yard new Olnghs.ro CnoYiots, worth
3ic
6ic
7c
3io
3c
ii;c
49o
r.'c yam, ouiy 340.
Yard 27-Inch wide Muslin, good qual
ity, worth So yard, only 3a
Yard, Co-incn Wide Sheeting, .worth
SJc yard, only HKc yard.
600 White Marseilles Pattern Crochet
Quilts, worth 73c, only Ha.
Q. A boxofour Washington Belle Cigars,
131; worth 60c? Try a box. Only 19a
Q0n 0ar elegant 75c Corsets. Wednesday
Ouli atSSc.
29c
Our newOntlng Ladles' Skirts, usu
ally sold at .So, only 25c
OPPENHEIMER'S, 514 Qth St. N.W
Underwear.
W It Is well to hare something
L warm to put on this time of tho
year when colds are caught so
I easily.
We aro showing a splendid
X line of Hen's and Boys' Under
V derwear, medium and heavy
weight.
Yon maybe sure of getting
good Talue from us.
I GARNER & GO.,
f .OUTFITTERS,
N.E. Cor. 7th and H Sts. N. W.
yt L-
vray
II
29c
21c
9c
1 "
HEGLECT OF THE NEGRO
Dr. Bright's Sharp Arraignment of
the Episcopal Church.
BIBLE TEUTHS NOT TAUGHT
Beginning of ttio Conference o Work
cm of tho 1. E. Church Among; tho
Colored People How Other De
iiomlmttloiife Provide for the Chris
tian Education ot the Dark iluco.
Tho opening sermon last night, before
the eleventh annual conference of the
workcrsottherrotcslnnt Episcopal Church,
among tho colored people, was an ar
raignment of the church for Its failure
to furnish adequate religious education
to tbc negro.
It was preached by Rev. Richard Bright,
of St. Stephen's, Savannah, Gn. Mr.
Ilrlght is young, earnest and eloiiuent.
He speaks with a fervor born of convic
tion. His manner is vigorous but kindly.
The conference continues till Friday
night with three meetings cadi day. The
services last night were at St. Mary's
Chapel, near Q street, and were con
ducted by President II. Phillips, of Phil
adelphia, assisted by Ilev. O. M. Waller,
of Philadelphia; Father Field, of Lostou;
Rev. George F. Hragg, ot Boston, and
Rector Mitchell, of St. Mary's.
MR. IlUIGIIT'S ADDRESS.
The text was Paul's command to rear
'children "In the nature and admonition of
the Lord." Mr. Ilrlght said In part:
"There can be np question that St. Paul
felt the people were giving too much at
tention to secular education and ton little
to Christian education. Ills writing wai,
however, to all nations, not merely to the
Ephexlans.
"Does the Episcopal Church believe In the
Christian education of the negro? The
question is prompted by observation of what
other churches are doing. Time was, per
chance, when the church was restricted, but
for thirty years It has tad full opportunity
to work.
"Butlt has nboutthlrteenmiss Ion schools,
two normal schools, and three theological
halls. Beside this place the figures for other
churches.
"The Methodists maintain. In addition to
numerousmixlim school", HOnormalschools,
11 colleges, and 7 theological schools; the
Presbyterians, 22 normal, 3 colleges, and
.1 theological. The CongregatlonalUts give
$12,000,000 to this object, the Methodists.
S5,000,000; the Presbyterians, S3.000,
000; the Episcopalians, $02-1,694.
"The church is theoretically In favor of
the Christian education of the negro; prac
tically she is not. The church Is a failure
in bringing the negro from the bondage of
intellectual darkness.
BIBLE NOT ALLOWED.
"In Savannah education of the negro is
at a low ebb. In one public school the
Bible is not allowed at all because the
building was donated on condition that
It should not be Fifteen hundred negro
children in Sarnnnali cannot find room in
the schools."
The meetings to-day Included an address
at 10 a. m. by Hithop Fnrct. Communion
will be celebruted at 7 a. m. A business
meeting will be held at 2:30 p. m., and at
8 p. m., tho question "What Shall we Ask
of the General Convention?" will be dis
cussed. There will be four writers and
four speakers.
To day's meetings and Friday's will be
at St. Mary's; to-morrow's at St- Luke's;
No. 1522 O street northwest
President Phillips last night appointed
the committee on nominations of president
nnd secretary as follows: Messrs. Warner,
Kane, Jackson nnd Tatem.
MAKING A MAGAZINE.
Eugene Ca 111 p, of New York, Describes
and llliiktratt tho Process.
Mr. Eugene M. Camp, of New York, last
night delivered air-Illustrated lecture at
National Rifles' Armory on the "Making
of n Modern Magaiine," for the benefit
of the Industrial sc hool for boys at Goodwill
farm, Maine. A large and appreciative
audience was present and manifested much
Interest in Mr. Camp's talk.
The siieaker was introduced by Gen.
A. W. Greely, and his address embraced
how a magazine is illustrated, the electro
typing and stereotyping, what is paid for
articles, the new type-setting machines,
the money value of newsand 6tories, and
points about famous authors and artists.
The lecture was illustrated by means of
stereoptlcon views. After the lecture
there was an exhibition of rare literary
curios, including rare, original manuscripts
and drawings by Sir 'Walter Scott, Victor
Hugo, Longfellow, U'llkle Collns, Charles
Dickens, Jean Iugclow, Mark Twain,
Charles lleade, Thomas Hardy, George
DuMaurier, Thomas Nast, Frederic Rem
ington, James- Russell Lowell, Napoleon,
Queen Victoria and many others.
The industrial school which the proceeds
of the lecture will help build is one that takes
boys from New York, Philadelphia and
Washington nnd gives them a Christian
home and nn education, thus furnishing
them a. chance to help themselves in the
world. The home is under tlie auspices ot
the Knights, Ladles and the patrons of the
Order of the Bound Table and this literary
reception was given by the Washington
members of that organization.
Arrest of a Veteran Soldier.
Frederick Ziergrcf, nn Inmate of the
Soldiers' Home, was locked up in No. S
precinct station last night on the charge
of drunk and disorderly, preferred by Alice
Coats. Mounted roliceman West made
the arrest above Ecklngton.
Hecklers Driver Arrested.
Christopher Murphy, a farmer, drove his
horse at a reckless speed down Twelfth
street northwest last night, and as a result
will have to face Judge Kimball this morn
ing. IH Whether
you've got
wthe money
to spare
or not
vou ought to pick, up some of
tao uoiiara tnat are dropping
here. THU is your golden op
portunity to turnbh your Home
better than 'twas furnished be
fore There is no child's play
about ineae reductions tneyre
way down below the cost line.
cash u you'ro cot il
Credit If you want It.
House & Herrmann,
01:
010, 021. 023 7th St.
C30 Moss. Ave.
lyws
S. Kann,Sons&Co
8th and Market Space.
100 dozen
All Silk
Windsor Ties,
In
Pink,LightBlue,
Canary and
Cardinal...
Hemstitched
Ends,
121c:
8. Kann. Sons Gn..
8th and Market Space.
We are'selling all
the odd sizes, large
sizes, small sizes,
broken lots, broken
sizes, odds 'and ends
and remnants from
the great Rich Shoe
Sale at almost any
price this week to
close them out.
There's a bigjvari-
DEF1XIXG' ITS DUTIES.
Chippewa Indian Commission In
itructed 1- Secretnry Smith.
Secretary Smith has written a letter to
Mr. II. R. Baldwin, chairman of the
Chippewa Indian Commission, defining his
duties and arawering certain questions
which Mr. Baldwin has asked relative to
the settlement of the affairs of the com
mission and closing up the work for
which it was appointed.
The commission has been in existence
six years, and now that it is about to
cease it will leave considerable work to
be done, but this may be performed by
the Indian agent at 'White Earth.
None of the ceded lands has yet been
sold, because of a provision that all
must be ftcst appraised before any are
sold. An effort will be made In the next
Congress to have the law modified so
that such lands as have been appraised
can be sold, and the money used to pay
the Indians and (o reimburse the United
States for the expenses thus far incurred
by the commission and the appraisers of
the lands.
PLATED WITH A riSTOI..
Asa Itesult One of Two IlrothcrH Was
Shot Thorough tin- Head.
Birmingham. Ala., Sept. 24. Two boys,
aged eight and eleven years, named Thomp
son, at Blossburg, about twenty miles west
or this city, were In a room playing with
a pistol. A shot was heard, and the
mother, rushing into the room, found the
yonnger lad lying on the floor dead, with
a bullet hole in his forehead.
The older brother said some one on the
outside fired through tho -window, but II
Is thought the two were playing with the
pistol, when It went off.
Iteccption to Alrs.McKce.
Saratoga, V. Y., Sept. 24. Gen. George
S. Battheller, ex-minister to Portugal,
and family this afternoon gave a recep
tion In honor of Mrs. J. R. McKee, daughter
of cx-rrcsident Harrison.
FLOUR
Worth
!'
1 .
I
ety of shoes left. .
jjll STOLL'S "810" Seventh St. X. Vt.
Twenty-five Cents wilt be allowed on presentation or thisCou-I
pon to any purchaser of one barrel of Flour Monday. 8
Cily Best Pat. Flour, Barrel, $4.25.
Electric Light Best Family, $4.00.
Royal Straight Family, $3.90.
Get One of the New Premiums,
Hundred-piece Decorated Dinner Sets, Eight
Day Cathedral Clocks, Large Banquet Lamps,
Fine Home Sofas, 56-piece Tea Sets, Easy Rock
ing Chairs, Large Attractive Albums given out
on the new cards. Ask at the desk for them.
JOHNSTON'S
729 & 731 Seventh St. N. W.
rr 34
Selling Ladies'
$3 Shoes Fast
at $2.40.
And no won-
i&i dor w e ' v e
g. V. '"made the
price enor
mously low,
v ."v ..." .:
( sfts and the result
is obvious
just stop and
fliiMlr -nrlirit it
T mean s a
s& clear savingr
of sixty cents
on every pair.
MCIW DQIPC? Tarcnts should really sa
lit II rnlULO our HOTS bl.OESat ilzfts
ranging from 13a ff I )C
to 0 4)I.Z0
Then the new price on the
riM HOY'S bHOKJ (made
by Ilaihawar. .Niulo & Har
rington). Thes
&hoes e are tell- (T I Q f
Unmnn'c Chneo AH the different styles of
Uulllsn S OllUcSthe lamous Jenness Min
ors bhoes (onr OTn) (TC
CROCKER'S,
Cooled by Electric Fans.
939 Pennsylvania Ave.
THE
VS KEYNOTE HP
OUR m
Ladies' and Gent's
CLOTHING
DEPARTMENT
IS AN ASSURED
SUCCESS.
Mayer & Pettit
415 Seventh St N. W.
Wondrous Value
In this pure wool, blue and
black cheviot suit for Boys
we make It In our own
factory and we know It Is
good.
Huso are all Big Yfe
.'.ten's Suits S1.8S
.Men's Extra Tine Double
breasted Isuits - 5.90
1cgant Clay Worsted Suit
for ccning dress. 6.95
Tine Satin Lined Suit 8-00
Hoys' Suits. $3.00; worihSS.50.
Jlojs' Suits. S-T.2S: worth 57.00.
Over 5.000 Children's suits, fifty
stvlcs. at l0e-
300 Children's Suits, S1.25,worth
S3.50.
5()0 Children's Suits, f 1.02,worth
54.00.
200 Children's Suits, extra flno
quality, S2.4): rcnl value. 55.30.
All-wool Pants. Sl.5.
Neat Stripes in 111 us, Cray and
H13CW, S1.05.
H.FRIEDLANDER&BRO.,
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Pure Berkeley Rye.
JAa THAHP,
812 r Street Northwest
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