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THE 310HNTNG TIMES. 'TBIDAY; OCTOBER 4. 1895.
Hih School Cadets
Let us make your uniforms. Will make them from
the same cloth as adopted by the school authorities, trim
them strictly according to specifications, and deliver
them in ten days' time, at the price we bid for the whole
contract
$12-11
for Coat, Pants and Vest, and which is $ 1 . 1 5 less than
present contractor's price for same goods.
You are at liberty to purchase where you please, and
if you'll see our sample suit and investigate the matter,
there is no doubt but that we'll make your uniform.
Robinson, Chery & Co.
I2TH AND F STS.
CLOTHES,
FURNISHINCS,
HrtT3, SHOES.
OPPENHEIMEiVS,
614 Ninth St. N. W.
FRIDAY
GREAT HOKEY-SAVING SALE !
39c
39c
39c
29c
19c
29c
lc
2,c
69c
7c
7c
9c
ig -
J New Shoe
For which we hare the oxcluslvo
salo f or Washington, Is tno l)al
tou i-hoe Compauj's Venetian
looLldlos' Hulton finest qual
ity perfectly mado and fits ,
with sii-h easy graco that almost
every foot looks pretty In It. A
regular 5.0J saoo, and sold for
K.UJ everywhere else. Our
price .
$4.90.
THE JEHNESSMILLER SHOES
Are fo well known ih&t to
mention them seems al- ffr. ftll
incut unnecessary. Price 4) J . U U
.t - .--, .. .1.1. .V wa ll'l
rorine oaiauco ui mw wow n.
will elve a discount of 13 per cent off
all Children' Spring Uoel Shoes.
III!
Crocker's,
Most Elegant Store In Washington,
939 Pennsylvania Avo.
PROTEST JURHEO DOWN
South Washington Site for Gar
bage Crematory Approved.
ATTORNEYS THUS ADVISED
Co tniiik-donc-rw Decide That Objector
to the Plant I!uc 11 l'ropcr Itemedy
In Court Collector Duvls Hoiiowk
IliMliiest for Aiiiiolntinont of 11 Dep
utyModern Morgue Wanted.
Nijrht
full size,
This beautiful Tea
Gown, made of dark
cliamlirar. lined to the
waist, ruffle over shoul
ders; worth 51.50 onlv
39c
Our new Golf Dress
Skirt, made of very dur
ablc jro 1 f suiting;
worth SI only 3Vc
Ladies Muslin
Gowns, cut
trimmed with cambric
ruffle; worth 75c only
39c
Warm Outing Flannel
Skirts; usually sold at
75c only 29c -
piece Child's Outing
Flannel Dresses; never
sold for less than 75c
only 19c
Boys' Outing Flannel
Shirt Waist ; worth 25c
each two for 29c
Box Good Shoe Blacking-;
worth 5c box only lc
Good Tea Toweling-;
worth 8c yd. only 23 c
Piece, Good Quality
Large Size, Warm Com
forts ; worth S1.25 only
69c
Pair Ladies' Stainless
Black Hose; worth 15c a
pair only 7c.
Pair Men's Stainless
Black and Seamless
Hose ; worth 20c pair
only 7c ,
Large bottle of Bay
Rum; worth 20c only
9c
O Q n Large-size ready- made
Ml. Sheets; worth 60c only
"ww 29c
00 ft Ready-made Gingham
Jjli Aprons; worth, 15c each,
fcww 4 for 29c
mmmmmmi
M Speak iH
m m
LS
m
29c
29c
29c
3c
CI CO beautiful black - fig-
oliDiJ ure( Brilliantine
Vii vu Skirt. worth $300
only $1.69.
8 yards of dark Calico
for 29c; worth 64c
1 Shoe Brush, 1 Clothes
Brush, 1 Whisk Broom,
24 sheets of Paper, 25
Envelopes all for 29c
12 Gents' Colored Bor
d e r e d Handkerchiefs;
worth 5c each, 12 for 29c
Bottle o f Ammonia;
worth 8c only 3c
W. can faraUh a heme
rneapor cow than w.ev.rcan
aeala Our prrMat price
dent st at en any Taluo or
profit bail. Coat I, blotted
oat of memory tee'r sR
ine Is a 1 we are after ta
cl.tr tbe stored before the
new one U ready for ua. You
sate what we lo and saTe
n everything Furniture
Carpet MalUagt Draperies
-Moves, etc
W ill you or won't you?
House Herrmann
010,021. 023 7th M.
G3G.Vass- Ave.
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a'
i Hi
BOOM!
S-I-Z-Z.Z-ZII
BANG!!
FIRST GDN OF TEE SEASON.
FALL OVERCOATS.
Rough Russian Blue, English
Serges, Thibet Cloth, Black
Cheviots, Gray Cassimeres,
Kerseys, Canada Cords, Un
finished Worsteds.
$7.50
Some are lined through
out with Satin and
bilk, some are half silk
lined, some ha to silt
'and satin facings and
eltore 11 nines, tailor
made, rich and elegant
In appearance, fault
less In flt.extra stylish.
Your choice for
The most Inferior garment In the en
tire lot Is cheap at $liW). The best of the
lot Is posit iTOly cheap at $2Q. You'll
ay so. too, when yon aee them.
See Elaborate Display In Our Great
Curved Plate-glass Show-windows.
Theso garments you need NOW.
Come to-day ploaso to-morrow may be too
ate.
OPPENHEIMER'S,
514 Ninth St. N. W.
SAHDCVE PACKERS STKIKE.
Hundreds of Men, Women nud Chil
dren Make a Frotest.
Enttport, Me., Oct. 3. The entire male
force of Eardine factory employes of East
port, -with the exception of J. D. Young's
factory, which will not reduce wages until
next Thursday, left their work yesterday
and refuse to return unless the old prices
are allowed.
This the manufacturers refuse and say
they will close for the season If the men
do not return at once.
The female help are powerless, as with
out the men the factories cannot run and
fish cannot be put up. There are several
linjulrad vonua and children affactafl.
Victor E, Adler's
TEN PER CENT CL9THM HOUSE,
927-929 7th St. N. W., Corner
Massachusetts Ave.
Strictly One Price.
Open evenings until 7. Saturday until 11.
MHS. MAYBIUCK'S CELLMATE.
Says the Famous Prisoner Persists Id
Asserting: Innocence.
London, Oct. 3. A woman Just released
from working prison, who shared the oc
cupancy of a cell In that Institution with
Mrs. Maybrick, says that the murderess
continues to declare that she Is Innocent
of the killing of her husband, for which
crime she is serving n life bentencc.
The woman fays Uiat Mrs. Maybrlck ad
mitted to her that Jier conduct had been in
discreet, her relations with Urierly fu
nishing a seeming motive for setting her
husband out of the way, bnt she stoutly
maintained her innocence of any act in
connection with his death.
Dentil of Capt. Crocker.
Copt. William C. Crocker, for twenty-five
years an officer at the District jail, died at
his home. No. 2406 Pennsylvania avenue,
about 4 o'clock yesterday aborning.
Tlivposltlonof uiclllstritt Commissioners
inrcspecttotheprotcit filed by theSoutliwest
Citizens' Association against the Issuance
of a permit for the construction of a crema
tory at the foot of South Capitol street Is
that, Jn their Judgment, there will be no
nuisance created by the proposed estab
lishment, but should it prove to be such, the
proper remedy of the objectors is In the
court..
In : letter addressed yesterday to Messrs..
Dav Idge and Totten, attorney:, for the pro
testing association, the Commissioners
said:
"Referring to the application of Mr.
Joshua N.. Warfleld, contractor for the re
moval of garbage, for a penult to erect a
building or plant for the cremation of gar
bage and dead animals, near the corner of
South dpitolaudS streets IhoCorniuhs lon
ers have, after mature riflectlon, reached
the conclusion that they have no legal right
to refuse the permit.
"This conclusion was arrived at only
after n cauful personal Investigation of
the different Hystems Tor the ireinatlon of
garliage nud deail animals, and plants In
operation In scleral of the large cities, with
a view to determine the quei-tion whether
such a business can be conducted without
uuisance Injurious to health or the comfort
able enjoyment of property, and lut e satis
fied tin nisc-Ues thai It can be done..
THE SITE Al'PHOVEU.
"In approving the site for a garbage
crematory at boutti Capitol and M ttrc-eis,
we have done so ujkiu the belief that it"
is a suitable hx-ation and one that -nlll
resjlt in the least liann to prepcrty owners
and the public generally. Oae of the ob
jectionable features of garbage disposal
rninpl-tlucd of tonxhtts In the procession
of tarts in the viciidty of a deput or
crematory Tnl mauifeslly would bo
unavoidable in any locality.
"The apprrlwiMuns of the South Wash
ington Cuue.1' Awaeclation that the liro
poea rciii3lory will iviAMUle a nuisance
bartrul to their Interests are not will
founded iu the Judgment of the Conunls
Mnuc-ra ir, however, they prove to le,
then those injuriously af letted will have
their remedy in the enurl. and the action
of the Commissioners in approving the site
will not In anywise Interfere with that
remedy."
Tne ixinuiniuliatlon was signed by Prcsl
deut Itosi.
Iu his estimates for the current year Col
lector Iinvli renews his recommendation
of previous years for the appointment of
a deputy collector.
The business of Ills office, the collector
says has Increased to the jiolnt where an
assistant Is Imiieratlvely required for the
proper dispatch of routine work.
INSTITUTES A COMI'ARISO.V
Jn support of his request the collector
cites as a lact that in every city of Im
portance, and in many or less pcputatlou
than Washington, the collector of taxes
is provided velih a deputy.
The rccuiiuuei elation made by Col Davis
for tLo appointment of an atsistant to the
cashier was embodied in the last appro
priation bill, and lor a time it looked as
though there was a proipect or its success.
The House elimiiaied it, how ever, and the
effort to have the item restored in the
Senate was futile.
There seems to be no reason to doubt
that botti these recommendations will be
eiutmdled in the Corcml-sioners' estimates
The same argument made List year In
favor of both propositions win ue rc-cin-ployed
with additional facts before the
next Congress.
Dr. C. M. Hammctt, District coroner,
who was at the District building yester
day to hand in his annual estimates Tor
the expenses of his office for the year
lStiC-it 7, i very earnest in nis advocacy
of the construction of a new morgue.
RENEWS HIS SUGGESTIONS.
The doctor this year reneweil his recom
mendation for an appropriation of $12,000
for the purchase of a site and for erecting
the building.
According to Inspector Brady's report
mad5 a jear ago upon the Baltimore insti
tution, a suitable building can be put up
for $4,000, and in his estimate Coroner
Ham.uett allows $5,000 for a site and
$U,DO0 for equipment, the remainder being
the construction fund.
Thecoroiur'fideaistLattliemorgucshould
be modern inall lteappolntments. Itshould
be provided, he Fays, with a Jury room,
furnished, an office, furnished, a dissecting
room, with Improved apparatus for the per
formance of autopsies.a wellsuppliedlahora
tory and tvv o or more refrigerators for the
reception of bodies whe-nfirstbrought to the
inrtitution.
"The necessity for such a provision,"
said Dr. Hammett, "was never better illus
trated than by a recent occurrence. A
body was tal en to the morgue, and after the
ueualformshadtreen observed, it wasburied,
the condition of the corpse being such as to
render delay imio6albIe. Two days later
a telegram was received from a friend of the
deceased person, asking that the body be
held for orders.
"With a modern morgue at command, the
body would have been kept to await identi
fication, a course impossible under the cir
cumstances." Dr. Hammett Is of the opinion that the
present, morgue is a disgrace to the city.
ADVANCE IN SALARIES.
Dlfctrlct Assessor Trimble, lu bis esU
niales for next year's appropriations, will,
it is understood, suggest an increase in
the salaries of his official force, recom
mending the following advances:
,r L absiam, from l,bL0 to $2,000;
second assistant, from $1,000 to $1,800;
one 'clerk, from $1,400 to $1,600; three
clerks, from $1,200 to $1,400; license
clerk-, from $1,200 to $1,100; one other
clerk in same service, also to $1,400, and
three to $1,000 each.
It has been slated that the assessor
will not ask for an increase in clerical
force, or, if auy, the additions rccom-n-ended
will be few, for temporary service.
M C- A. E. Handle, the owner of Congress
Heights, was before the Commissioners
to-day, looking after-the interests of lila
subdivision, and attended the opening of
bids for the new school building.
The last Congress made an appropriation
of $9,000 for the schoolhouse, una in ad
dition, passed two other bills for the
Heights, one for a bridge at feoutu Capitol
or First street, and the other for the
Incorporation of a trolley railway com
pany.
When built, the bridge will connect
Congress Heights with Washington city,
and, Mr. Handle says, will be an improve
ment of great value.
Bids were opened by the Commissioners
yesterday for the construction of a four
room school building at Congress Heights.
The bidders were:
John H. Howlett; $9,7C0; Arthur G.
Pumphrcy. $10,495; Fuss & Butler,
$11,490; Pavarlni & Greer, $9,999; D.
F. Mockabee, $9,589; Thomas E. Cabell,
$7,800; George W. Corbett, $9,300; and
C. Thomas ASon,$10,45G.
It Is probable that the time for com
pletion of the building will be extended to
June 16, In accordance with a suggestion
made prior to the opening of the bids. It
was represented that the time given in
the specifications was not sufficient.
Capt. George J. Fiebcger, first assistant
engineer Commissioner, returned to the
city yesterday, after a month's vacation.
OFFICIAL CHANGES.
Changes have been made iu the sewer
department official roll as follows:
The resignation of A. W. Edens, rodman,
kaa been accepted to take effect October
Best Granulated Sugar 4
ALL GROCERIES REDUCED.
' -MAKE UP YOUR ORDERS FROM THIS LIST.
lclb
New Books. Bring Your Premium and Library Cards to be Redeemed.
1!
Box of CO good clears GBc
White Wine Vinegar 17c
California Tears i6c
California Peaches Fc
EvaporatedCrcam.can lr.c
Bel Butlerlne. lb 17c
J.B. Baking Powder. Mb. tins, 20c
BluellciiMaiches.dozen 14c
Ground ('nrrec.nerlli lfc
eiuorcu iicrrni'T- onr.. .. loo
ujiHiriuuouruiiies.iaRrc-wiinKcy.. -oc
L'reizeieiles. lb iTnm Ttnimtii .. .. Inc.
Klrloln Bleak 15c
Wliru Hazel, pint bottle 1.1c
1-32 bnl KojulFamlly Flour loc
l-32hbl.ElectricLlglitFlour 10c
Imported bardines iu tomato sauce,
per cau lrc
EagloBran-i Condensed illllc lfic
Lnbsler.tb .cans 17c
vveuo-KUncoi.iicrlli 17c
Cider Vluejrar. callon 17c
Wilbur's Chocolate, cake 18o!
Porterhouse Stoik 18c
JrencliBaUiiu Powder. 1-2 lb cans.. 18c
LonA Terrlu's WorcctterhhireSauce.. 25c
coiumuia hojpv Julienne. Coil'oni
me. Mulligatawny. Chicken. To
mato large! ca:.s, each ZBc
Diirl-ep's Sal.dl Dreeing, Lottie.. .. 25c
jiesi i.igm tiutter.,lb 28c
uuiiiiar-K liiraturla Shrimps, large.. 25c
i ouuociiiiw.ix'rnonnU 23c
?.1'x 'avored Coffee 25c
Ohio Maple Syrup, per can 35c
, Col burns Curry Powder, bottle.. .. 25c
ui'ii-jc.-soirs iiirch Phosphate, bottlo
large 25c
Roi.il Baking l'uwder, 1 lb.. 45c
Cle eland llaklngl'owder. 1 lb 45c
Uolden DrlpHvrup 45c
51b pails Cottoleiie 48c
llorseshou Chevilug Tobacco, lb.. .. 50c
oiii pans Lard- (best) 50c
Kinry Mixes! Ten 50c
Gravely 3 ply Chewing Tobacco.. .. fiOc
e;noiceiioiongTea 0c
Choice Gunpowder Tea 60c
1-8 Lbl. Electric Light Flour 60c
noura cocoa, per tin 20c
Arbuckle C'olfee 22o
pllve Oil (Imported) 25c
Best Malt Vinegar, gallon 27c
Best U'hltu Him. Vinegar. gallon.. .. 27o
3 lb pails Cottolene 28c
5 string Brooms 2tc
1-10 Mil. Electric Light Hour 30c
3 !h palls Lnrd luost) 30c
1-16 Mil. Koyal Family Flour 30c
j.irnanisouA Nubbins' 1'olledTuri.oy,
larce
Holland J.irn and Mocha Coffee.. .
Java and Moelia Coffco ,
1 16 bid. Lily Best Patent Flour..
French Bating powder, 1 lb cans
Fine Gunpowder Tea
Kprlnc Leaf Tea
Old Gov eminent Java Coffee.. ..
Best Mocha Coffee
Ni w Orleans Baking Molav,es.. -
Fine Oolong Tent
Mustard, mt gallon
I 8 bhl Lily Be-Jl I'.iicnt Flour.. .
Kxtra Choice Oolimg Tea
Extra CLolre OuniHiwiler Tea
Koyal Fninlly Flour bbl
1-t l.t,l. Family Flour
nor l?ttte .
Gilt Ldge hoap tCc.ilzc). each
Babbitt's Soap...
Kllzarcurnl Minufilrm. Hi.. ..
Criterion Brand C'al Canned Apricots. 15c!
30c
.. .IDC
,. 30c
.. 35c
.. 35c
. 35c
.. 35c
.. 36c
,. 33c
.. :i5c
.. 45c
.. 65c
. Mc
. fcOci
S4.no
SI. 00
around Pepper. 1-4 pound 8c
Yellow Mufttnrit Ho!, l-anoimd 8c
Ground Mustard. 1-4 pound 8c
Ground Cinnamon. 14 pound 8c
Ground Mace. 1-8 pound 8c
Wholo Mace. 1-8 pound 8c
Ground Cayenne Pepper, 1-4 pound 8c
Whole Pepper, 1-4 pound 8c
FrultPuddlne, all flavors 8c
iiirscu's Banco Be
J. B. Baking Powder. 1-2 pound tins 8c
Largo Lemon Extracts 10c
Large Vanilla 10c
Bottles Catsup 8c
Good HicaK 8 and lOr
IUce Flour, per package 8c
Elgin Star Condensed Milk, can.. .. 8c
Dlxby's Large Blacking 8c
Olives, per bottle 8c
Large Mustard Sardines go
Sago, per package 8c
Fat Pack, for seasoning.. T. .. .. Pc
Western Shoulder 8c
Mixed Cnudv. oer oound Hn
.Ivory (Elephant Head) Starch.. .. 8c
i- oiii. i;oyai family coc
Lily Best Patent Hour, bbl $4.25
i uni. .cuy ucsu 1'ateat Hour....si.23
Eli-ctrlo Light Best Family Flour,
bbl. .. - $4.00
Breakfast Bacon, lb 12c
Raisins, seedless IQc
Home made Egg Noodles, large..
napouo, large
Olives, in glass Jars
Candles. No. , per Bet
Hemp Clothes Line, 100 feet.. .
American Gelatine
Uumford's6-oz. Yeast Towder..
Large 3-Vb. CanBaked Beans.. ..
Canned Ojslers. per can
Maryland Beaches. pcrcan
Eli I'eltlJohu's Food, package
Clilorldo or Lime, large
Ifibln-. Poller. 1-4 lb cans.. ,
Reflector, the best brass and silver
poiisner Known. paewage
Raisins. Culirornla
Raisins. Sultanas
Baby Brand Condensed Milk.can..
Salmon, lull cans
Imported Sardines, small, key.. ..
Bleak Salmon, large flat cans.. ..
FlalcansMackercI.bcst
Baltimore Sugar-cured Hams. lb..
Large Enamehne
lllrsh's Powdered Lye
Whole Cloves, 1-1 pound
Ground Cloves. 1 4pound
Ground Allspice. 1-1 pauud
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
10c
100
10c
12c
12c
lr.c
15c
12c
8c
8c
8c
8c
8c
BEST jg lc
GRANULATED L
SUSAR -
Diamond Starch tneeds no blue)
Tapioca.per package
Farina. ihjiiikI package
Ollvo Oil. small
Early June Peas
Stick Candy, all flavors
Red Seal Lye. can
Largo French Prunes
Now York Cream Biscuit
Lemon Cakes
MllkLunch Biscuits
Mixed Nuts, best
California Evaorated IVacbes..
California Evaporated Pears..
California Evaporated Apples..
Now l'runclls
Clialmer tieLttlne
Large Silver Prunes
California Evaporated Apricots..
Chicory, lb
Best Cream Cheese, lb
5ci LanlenUars sirup, pints..
.. ac
4 1-tc
BO
gc Bacon Strips
"I 2S Soe-lety Wafers
E Vanilla Cakes
2C Sugar Jumbles
c Honey Jumbles
,; Mixed Ririe Nuts:
JJJci J-.iltlna Wafers
;c FrultCrackcrs(8ullanas).pcrpound..
" in Graham Warers. ier nou-ul
J?c Vanllki Wafers, jr imund
;SC 'cr Blisilts. per pound
,. 15c Winter Green Candy
12c Canned Corn Beef, sliced
.. 12c Rib Roast of Beefsteak
.. 12c Round Steak
.. 1..C sack Conimcal iMiuirrcl brand) -.
-. 10c Plymouth Rock Iboth colors) gela-
12c tine
.. 12r Olive Oil
.. loc Camplk-ll's Kecrslcak Catsup, pt.. ..
.. 12c Cal PlttesI Evaporateel Plums. lb
J-c Lamcrnaarsiustani.
e
Largo Bottles Catstln lGc Imnorlpi! STKi"hem iiertvirlrro-,.
Uraveley'slk-st Totucuo lOciFrenrh Peas, percan
1 I bbl. Llei-tric Lieut Flour $1,151 Host Fresh Eggs. Doz .. .. ... ..
Quart size Lea A l'crrins' Sauce, ' Cream Tartar, 1-4 pound
Largo size Bags Salt, 2 for
Noap Powder
Fat Smoked Bloaters, each
Hominy Or Its
Coarxc Hominy ' .
Fly Paper, double-Sheets
HiuallDurhamilastard.boxes
Coffee Ensemv. per box
Toilet Soap, Miller's Cake
Bixby's Small Blacking
Mucilage, Cc. size
Bouele-is Codfish
Rnamcllne Stove Polish -. - .- -
Lnrge Lump Stareii
Iroiishlnc stove Polish.
star Soap, cake -.
Rose Leaf Soap, dry 2 years old .. ,
Borax Soup, cake .. .
Brown Suap, long bars "
Soaplne, package
I'earllue. package .. ..
EnglUh Pearl Soap, it floats
Brooks' Crystal Soap
1776 Poivdcr
Boil Ami
Ginger Snaps, per pound
Soda Crackers, lr pouud
Cream C'raikcrs, tier pound
Johnston's 6-oz. leastl'owder
Rice, large grain, lb
Dried Beans, lb
J.Ii.Bak!ugi'owder, 1-4 pound tins.
Small Lemon Extracts
Small Vanilla
Small Glaxfcc Mustard .. .
"Beat" All" Stove Polish, cako
Chloride of Lime, small boxes
Toilet Soap, fancy cake
Patent Laundry Wax
RblngSun Stove Polish
SmaliOll Sardines, can
Tapioca. looc, lb .
LargeWholeNutniegs.li for
Large I'lut Ititti -i Blue
Ball Blue, iu lioxc-.. each
l'iculc Size Bakesl Beans
Hunter's lluslani Dressing, large .. .
Water Lily Soap, large-size
Pint Bottles Catsup
Celery Salt, bottle
AlJtxiMer starch, package
Root Beer, per bottle ., .. .
Pride of hgy pi Cigars
Edwin Booth Cig-irs
Slim tie la Cigars
scotcii Suutf. (icr box .. .. .. .
Ammonia, large bottles
New Dates
La rgeCa n Tomatoes, first quality...
Canned Corn, percan ,
Canned 1'cas, percan
string Bcauj, percan
Lima Be.ius percan .. .
Canned Succotash, can
Macaroni. (ier package
Polled Tongue. mall
2-lb package Bet Oats .. .i
Large, tat mackerel, per pound.. ..
Cornstarch, package
l!arl-y. ier lb
Pickles, in bottles
Potted ham, small
Loose Lard, lb
Animal Crackers
NIc-Naes. rer pound
Bottled Jamaica Ginger
Ladles'Royal Shoe Polish
EalloGt.r. l'-i nouml.. .- . ..
15c Celeay Seed, 1-4 pound ..
15c Ground Ginger, 1-4 pound
ICc Caraway Seed, 1-1 pound
17c Whole Allspice, 1-4 pound
eci yueen A. Anderson jams
12c
12c
12c
12c
12c
8c
10c
8c
12c
12c
IPC
12c
12c
12c
12e
15c
12c
12e
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1, and II. D. Yates, chalnman, was pro
moted to succeed Edens at a salary of $780
per annum.
George M. Harris, chalnman, at$2.2ti
per day, was transferred to permanent roll
to succeed Yates, and L. B. Williams was
appointed chairman, on temporary roll,
at $2.25 per day.
It was ordered by the CommUslonersjo
day that 400 feet of 18-lnch pipe sener be
laid on the east side of Sixth street south
ent, between South Carolina avenue and
G street.
Also, that an allotment of $500 from
appropriation for parking commission be
approved for expenditure In current quar-
t ter.
Are
UNITED HEBREW CI1A111TIES.
Annual Meeting: of tlio Association
to He- Held 'ext Monday.
Among the many well managed beni'oIcnt
associations ot this city there is none
that surpasses in usefulness and prae ileal
charity that of the United Hebrew Chari
ties. The aim and object of this associa
tion Is not to create mendicancy, but to
prevent IU not to nave the recipient or
cbarit ydepend upon Uic association, but
bv practical work aid the association. '
There Is not a question now before the
nubile so tnerossuig and impurtaiii as tuat
of how to care for the poor and unfortu-.
nate. or all tne people, me jews seeiu
in hnvn rrompil the sltuatiou with far
better and more practical results than
any other. Bat, conceuiug cms, mere i-an
be no question that there Is a great deal
of misery in this city, and the coming
winter will be no exe-cptlon.
ni.. tieiimw Chnrltlcn need the active.
and hearty support and i-o-operation not
noli? nr their fellow members, but of the
general community, and therefore It Is
noiien mat ine uiiu'jui uirvnuii, unn -n
take place next Monday evening In the
vestry-room ot the Eighth street temple,
between II and I streets, will be well at-
ended. , ,
Matters ot vital Iroportane-c will be pre
sented for action. The ladles also are
Invited and expected.
ErCuihsI Leper In the AVewt Indies.
Philadelphia. Ta.. Oct. 3. Word was re
ceived to-day by the officials of the board
of health that James Benjamin, the colored
man who cse-aped from tho leper ward of
the Municipal Hospital about six weeks
a-jo, had arrived at his home In the West
Indies. When he was missed from the
lospital the polii-e were notified, and a
close search was made for him lu all
sections of the city, but he could not be
found.
you
! hni nil n -a- ?
M fV -. VJL w am m
Why not have a home of
your own? We can fur
nish one for you on such
easy payments that it will
cost 3-ou scarcely more
than room rent and fur
nish it well. "We ask for
no notes or bonds, and you
can select 3'ourovm choice
from all our enormous
stock. Perhaps you want
a suit or your wife a cloak
you need not wait till
you have the mone3, you
can get one from us on
credit we charge nothing-
extra for the accommodation.
Mayer & Pettit
GENERAL OUTFITTERS,
415 7TH ST. N.W.
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WhLLb f-rf.y'"
Drilled "w'Witt.
tyl aHWCt 308Tenth St. nw.
ICE
HYGIENIC-HEALTHFUL.
THE HARDEST THE BEST.
MADEOl'FUREbPKlNGWATKIt
lelcpbonstL Office lti V U. a.
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A Word to
the Hookers:
How are you'to know which store does
thebest by you without looking? You've
gottto compare goods and prices.
The whole tenor of our advertising to
days -is to come in and look. Come and
handle every article in our store if you wish,
andi if you are not disposed to buy to-day
we know you'll come to see us again when
ready. Here are a few of the reasons why:
Large GranitoTron Wash-Basins
Regular price, 89a
3-q.t, Granlto Iron Tea or Coffee
Pots ",
Rceular price, 69c.
8-q. Granlto Iron Preserving
Kettles ..
Hernlar price. 89c.
Market Basket, half dozen Cups
and Saucers, nan aozen i-iaies.
Meat Disn, Vegstatlo Dish,
Pitcher; best Ironstone China.
Regular pnee, i. ou.
lU-pIece dscoratea Dinner and ffr (J
Tea Sets. Combined,:! colors 4)U,HU
Iteralar crlce. 19 9S.
Willow Nursery Chairs
Regular price. ai.Sl
Best quality Stable Lanterns..
Regular price, 75a
13c
25c
39c
88c
65c
32c
Best quality Razors... .....
Regular price, 9Sc
Coal Sieves, all sizes; each .
Regular price, 15a
Heavy galvanized coverod Cham
ber Pails, extra largo size
Regular price, 09a
8 rolls Perforated Toilet Taper..
Regular price, 80a
Best quality Ironstone China
Dairy Mugs per dozen
Regular price, SSa
Standard size Oyster-Stow Dish
es, per dozen
Regular price, SLSO.
Fancy Shelf Paper, per dozen....
25c
7c
28c
10c
58c
80c
lc
Marvels
In clothing-, such as are not
often seen.
A fM
J AA
This ilen'a Ele
gant Clay orstott
butt made of best
material prrfeot
in stylo and flnLb
a most artistic
cut
lien's Double
breasted 8 a c lc
Suits In All-vrool
Cheviots and Cas
simeres beat
wcrknianship and
finish
$7.50
$6.40
lien's Tants
elegant stripes and
patterns perfect
fitting the latest T I Qfl
cut good cloth.... 4M.0U
This Boy's Suit Is tUe
wonder of the 19th cen
tury. It la made right
In our own factory of the
xery best material
careful workmanship and
rery com pie to m nil
linings and trim
mings. Only
$1.65
tesp
Dunlap,
Young's
Men's Derby
nats In this
fall s stylos.
Money
to Burn I
We think you
must have " money
to burn" if you give
$20 to a tailor for
making you an Ov
ercoat, when you
can get one from us
made of the same
cloth, with the
same lining,finish
and style about it,
for half the money.
Unless you have a most extra
ordinary figure, wo can St you
and fit you welL Wo have hun
dreds of coats, and you can try
them en until you get yo or exact
lit
New York
Clothing
House,
311 7th St. N.W.
m
Youmac, Miller and ff I fl I
blocks J" $1. till
H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO.,
Ninth & E Sts. N. W.
rTESSSSa
Let Us
Clothe You
This Fall
And save you money. We soli
clothing the right kind for a
slight Increase upon cost, and
can do so profitably, because
our expenses are small.
GARNER & CO..
N. E. Cor. 7th and H N. W.
niGIl AHJTT OFFICERS CHANGE.
UNIVERSAL HOUSEFURHISHING STORE,
512 Ninth Street N. W.
I
Great Turning Over Caused by Gen.
Jllli-' Appointment.
The assignment or MaJ. Geu. Miles to sue
ceedGen.SchofieldiucomraandortheArmy,
will occasion the transfer of a number of of
ficers on duty in Washington, the more im
portaut of which will be In the Adjutant
Geuernl's department.
The details ot the five assistant adjutant
generals on duty here are aR changed. CoL
Ylnc-cnt.whohas been onduty at Army head
quarters ever since Gen, Sthoficld was
placed in command of the Army, will hav
charge of the new division of military in
formation. MaJ. Babcoct, who has been in charge of
the work, willstillremalnondutyatthe War
Department and have charge of matters
pertaining to enlisted men. MaJ. IlalL
who lias dealt with the enlisted force, will
relieve Col. Gllniore, who has been assist
ant adjutant-general In charge of the de
tail t'f officers, especially to colleges.
Col. Gllmore will relieve Col. Corbin, who
has been appointed principal assistant adjutant-general.
Col. Corbin is assigned to
duty as adjutant-general of the Department
of the East, headquarters New York city,
relievin5Col.Brcck,whotsasslgnedtodutyat
Army headquarters, to assume the work
relinquished by Col. Vincent.,
Gen Miles' selection of bis aides-de-camp
has not yet been announced. Them
IT
IS WELL
JO KNOW
Where you can get
a suit of the latest cut,
which will not cost
you much?
We have our own
factory and pay no
middlemen, so we are
in a position to give
you extra good quality
at a very low price.
Our suits are famous
for style and finish.
DYRENFORTH'S, 2VePa-
Under Hetropolitau.
are personal assignments and will be made
known in the order issued when he as
sumes command of the Army.
The other important changes occasioned
by Gen. Miles' coming to Washington"!
the assignment Qf Gen. Rugcr to command
tin- Department of the East. Ills assuming
command or this department may occasion
some Important changes in it. These,
however, are matters that cannot be fore
casted and wiU be announced by Gen. Ruger
from New York.
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