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THE 310RNING TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1895.
Got fln Overcoat?
If not, better get oae you need it now. No trouble
to get suited or fitted HERE, no matter what price
you want to pay or what style of coat you want.
Ve have every fashionable shape and fabric in ever
grade worth having. Prices from $10 to $45, with a
dozen or more intermediate grades.
A beauty for the price is an all-wool fast color Blue,
Black and Oxford Kerseys at FiFTEEX DOLLARS
silk velvet collar, Italian body and satin sleeve linings,
perfect fitting stylish garments, superior to lots of
Heavier underwear ? Then see our fleece health
brand; it's the warmest, lightest and most comfort
able made, and costs no more than other kinds $1.25
to $4.50 per garment.
ROBINSON. CHERY & CO.,
I2TH AND F STS.
MAYER & PETTIT.
Ever tried Housekeeping? It's cheaper
cheaply and well.
t LADIES ARE mm TO LEARN,
And most la JIcsIiajC already learned that tlio "Universal" Is tho 9
place to get the bigsest bargains in Groceries nnd llonscfurnlsh-
Iiie1- Here arc a few of the "snaps" for today:
Best quality heet Iron I'cast
Ing Pans; any elze
Best Quality Uranlto Iron Tea
Kettles. 3 quart size.
Best Quality Crrnito Iron Tea
Kettles, 1 quart size
29e. Decorated Vegetable
Decorntod EaclUh China Din- T T
liersets, llw pieces
Jlrs. Totts' Sad Irons, 3 in set.
Cut RIass Trult Saucers 1-egu- t n
lar price, Sir. each yCach
Copior Bottom Visa Boilers,
Tint Quality CeJar Wah
Tubs; no knots.
36.48 and 58c.
ableB, cenuln onyx
a) Top. .
rsa! Housefurnishing Store,
Five thousand dollars'
worth of Shoes which
must be closed outatand
below cost. Wo mean ex
actly what wo say, as we
do not want to carry a sin
gle pair with us if we can
help It. Those who are
not wise enough to take
this opportunity will miss
a chance to buy Shoos at
a great sacrifice. They
are going to sell at the fol
Men's 13, (3.50 and (4 Tateot
leather shoes: :ono of the
best maVes reduced to.
lien's (3 and flSO Calf Shoes
Men's (3 nnd (3.50 Tan Shoes.
Men's 2 and tiM Call Shoes
Men's JI.M fatin Calf Shoes
Ladles' M and 3 M Vlel Kid
Button Shoes Ueduccd to
Ladles 12 and 12.30 Dongoli
1 to 4, A to K. Heduced la
Ladles' 51 75 an-l $1.53 Dougo
Ia Kid Button or Lnce, ele
gant styles. Heduced to..
Boys- $1.55 nnd tl 50 School
Shoes. Itcducod ta... ......
LadleR 50c ltubbers, best
quality, lteduced to.
Hisses' (1.93 and $1 31 Dongo
Ia Button Shoes, Root. l)ix
and other makes. He
BROWN'S SHOE STORE;
305 Pa. Ave.,
Roast llcof 810 12c
Round steak 10a
flrloln Stcnk 12 I-2o
Foreqnarter Lamb. 8s
Ilindquartcr Lamb 12c
JOHN N.iIOOVi:it.stallsl34to 130.
e. oor. Center Marker. 7th JL lists.
CHARLES E. UOOVCR, 413 to 415
K. Street .Marxet.
can furnish your house
CASH OR CREDIT.
SI Brass Banquet Lamps, with
Decorated Tcllot Seis, 10 pieces
Lnrj-o Size Tie Plates, 8 lor ...
Special reductions ui liariland
iuina j-ixtner Seta.
From 8 to 10.
H dozen Fine Crystal Water Tumblers
and Fancy Tray,
From 1 0 to 1 1 .
Large 3 String Brooms,
From II to 1.
H dozen Silrer-plated KuItss, U dozn
Forts. I, doznnTeaSDOonf, & dozen
Table Spoons. Sugar Shell and But
ter Kn'xu, per set,
St N. W.
of tlii- IihIIiiij Territory.
Judge Parker, of tlie federal court,
!dT,'n,,,rt.a .f --. " vindi
cated In n liumlsonic mnnm-r by the
hupr.-me Court of Ihi L'liHeil Stales jester,
daj-, when JoMliv Ilrumi dismissed the
ap-n-al of Wibber Itaiim, an InilLm. c-.n-vitted
of tbe murder of a while man in
...r ...uiun i.rniory ami fccntcnccd
Jucl-je Parker to be liangt.il.
ins i-ouiiM-I m.i up tlx errors iu Hie
procxiilliigs, of vrldcli Justice Brown enid
they "were unlenable ami were frivolous."
The judgment was, tlierefore, arfirmetl
Two i.lbcr capital cases were 1ti5pn-.ee! of
by the oplnmm read liy Justice llrewer.
George I.. Wheeler was convicted or murder
In Texas ami ap-tcalcd lo tbe Supreme
Court or tbe United Stales on the gnmucl
that a boy five awl a half years old bad
been permitted to testify against blm.
Tbe question of admitting the testimony
of a person of that age. Justice Brewer
said, was largely wllbln the discretion of
the trial Judge, and that discretion did
not appear to bate been abused In this
cne. The Judgment below, that Wheeler
must bang, was ulflnned.
Tbe other was tbe case of Charles
Thlede, a Ulab wire murderer, who will
also bang. It was nut an error, said the
Justice, to overrule tbe challenge of the
defendant's attorney, to a Juror, who said
be had reail a newspaper account or the
crime and received therefrom an impres
sion of bis guilt, which could be removed
by the testimony In the case.
JMI'OIITAN-T I'1-NSIOX CASE.
ioclireii Mn-t Show Cnuso In a Suit
of Vltnl Intereit.
Judge Bradley yesterday ordered Com
missioner of Tensions William Locliren
to show cause why a writ of mandamus
should not be issued against him com
pelling him lo correct an alleged error in
the date for wliitli a pension has been
allowed to run.
The petitioner was David R. Walden, of
Pleasant Hill, Cass county, llo., an ex
soldier of Company II, One Hundred and
Sixty-seventh Ohio Infantry Volunteers.
He petitioned for a pension May 12, 1891.
The pension authorities refused to grant
it and another petition was filed October
30, ISM. A pension of SO per month
was granted to Ifim October 9, 1804, to
take effect from the filing of the second
application. Mr. Walden asked that
the Commisiionerof Tensions be compelled
to grant him a pinsion from the date of
the original application.
Mrs. PiiUintH's Suit for DnmnKes.
Elizabeth Pulllam brought suit, against
the District government yesterday for
$25,000 damages for Injuries received on
August 16 last. On that date, she claims,
she walked down Seventh street north
west, and on crossing I street she fell
into a hole in the sidewalk and suffered a
severe bruise nnd fracture of her ankle
and leg. This, together with internal In
juries, caused her to ask for 125,000
Hun Down liy n Wheelman.
Cliniles James, colored, twenty years
old, -was knocked down by a bicycle at
tb ecorucr of Flrtrentti and U streets last
evening, and suffered n, fracture of the
leg. Ho was conveyed to Freedman'i
WiHT J PUBLIC AUCTION
Wholesale Dealers Prefer to Buy
Stalls in That Way.
CHANGE IN PLAN ASKED FOR
Question Itul-cd Hi to Jlilit ut Com
ntio.Iiiiir to Order ObttructlmiK
(nm II Strti't HimnlSi'iiilK Ilt'jjrvtn
to Electrical Knjrliicer. O'linlcm
lu Wr-tcrn L'uloii C'a-e.
The nlioli-f.Ue market duilert, appeared
yeotenlay bc-roro the CoiiiinUslmiers with
n request that rncMli.nruill-tiiH.iyiniirket
Square be made by public auction inMead
ox b sealed propoxuK and other Istiua
arose from one s-oune uud nnotht.r which
leaves (lie adjustment or the future of
wholesale maiki't span: iu uu unsettled
state and subject to lurtlierdUcusslon.
The Coimnli-sloners assure thodeaiers that
nsr-oon ai funds can lie obtained the market
will be placed in good couditlou Willi all
required accommodations, ('.eluding the
shed asked for. The iro-pctti e bidders for
space, howcer, say tiiat at tlio present
time there Is no slitil oer the grounds nor
any provision whatever for their protec
tion from the weather.
A question has been rahed as to the
right of tlicl'iimmissiouers to exercise con
trol over B street, ami United Slatei Attor
ney Birney baa been asked about it. A
HCMlo:i of the revisctl statutes has been
cited which makes it the duty of the
United States Chief of Kngincers to see
thai obstructions are removed from streets
and avenues which have been or may be
improved iu whole or in part by the LTultecl
slates, and the ilaini Ii made th.it B street
is in that category.
The sale of stands In the market, set for
yesterday, has been postponed until the
IStti instant. At the same time ttie ale
of spaces on the south side of B street, be
tween Tenth and Twelfth streets, will
LAW BKARS HEAVILY
A case of hardship occasionally occurs
under tin: law enacteil to prevent the
spread ot scarlet fever and other con
tagions in the District. The law authorizes
certain regulations among which are those
which require (lie iufcett! premises and
clothing to be thoroughly funiigatiil alter
the revovery or the r-atier.t, the attend
ing expense to be borne by the occupant
of the dwelling
It is the duty ot the health ofrlec. In
conjunction with the attending physician,
to see that the disiufectlng is properly done,
and unless the owner shall file nn af
fidavit to the effe-ct that lie Is unable
to pay the bill anil that his worldly os-"e-3-sions
amount In value to less than $100, the
charge is made and mjst be liquidated be
fore the clothing is- returned to him.
This rule will be chntged, however, as
soon as the health office secures sur
Dr. Woodward said jeslerday that bad
Congre'tcj passed the appropriation bill us
asked for at the litst session the health dc- j
partment would have by this time been in a
position lo do the disinfecting without
charge In any case. This is the obje-ct of
establishing a disinfecting plant, now under
contract, and what will now be needed is
an appropriation for a force adequate to
the needs of the service.
It Is the purpose of tlieliealth department,
with the consent of Congress, to have, all
dislnfc-ttng work done gratis, under its
CASE IX TOIKT.
A cnc which resulted in hardship was
before the" health department jesterday,
where a man who has bes-n out or wort
because of the presence of contagion In
his bouse, and was unable to pay a bill
Incurred, yet could nut conscientiously
swear that his possessions are worth less
than SI 00. The matter was adjusted so
that he can liquidate the charge at a later
The Commissioners yesterday addressed
a letter to John A. llergcr, of the Xational
brotherhood or Electrical Workers, en
pressing their deep regret that one of their
number was not present at the national
convention or the brotherhood, to welcome
the delegates. The rallure to accept the
Invitation was due tn a misunderstanding.
The invitation was addressed to the presi
dent, who wnsabsent In Illinois, and through
misleading circumstancci it was not brought
to his attention upou his return.
it was ordered yesterday that the by-
drant nt the northeast corner of Seventh
and II streets northeast, be removed
That a catch-basin be constructed at
the southeast corner of Twrntv-third street
and Virginia avenue.
That the superintendent or streets be
directed to re-lay the side walk In the
east side of First street, between S and T
Attorney Thomas re ndere-d an opinion to
Ihe Commissioner, yesterday upon theques-
i.tlon raised by the Western Union Telegraph
Company as to its right under the law to
erect n.les and string wires on post roads,
lli particular contention being for the
privilege of extending Its system from
Seventh street extendi' 1 to Konrtcenthstrcet
by way of Princeton street.
The opinion was not given out, but it is
understood that he su-taliis the company
In the declaration of Its vested rights, but
says Its system Is and must of necessity be
under municipal control.
In effect, according lo Mr. Thomas, the
company has the right to erect poles on
public thoroughfares beyond the city limits,
but has not the rleht to arbitrarily exer
cise the privilege by demanding the use of
any particular sjrect where the erection
of poles would be detrimental to public in
terests. Kour gangs of men In the street cleaning
department, together with the foremen, have
been furlougheil until spring, the order tak
ing effect on the 15th Inst. They have
been In the employ or the District under the
contract with Horn & Son.
USED HILLIAItD CUES.
Criterion Cliih'-e Social Wound
With a Kiirht.
The Criterion Club, an association of
colored people, and doing business on Thir-teenth-and-a-halt
street, lielween C and D
streets, was disturbed last ulghrby a free
fight, the result ot which was that two
arrests were made by Polictmeu Flathers
The fight grew out of n controversy con
cerning bets and sweethearts. William
Maun was assaulted with a billiard cue
by a man whom the police ha,e not landed.
Andrew Jackson was also assaulted and
was uttering oaths so fluently that he
was Liken in on n charge of profanity.
Albert Johnson was struck and blood
Howed from his head. Other arrests will
Opened to Settlement.
A proclamation, declaring open lo settle
ment at noon (Pae-ifie standard lime), on
November 18, all the unallotted nnd
unreserved lands acquired from the
Nez rercc Indians, under tlie transfer, sub
ject to all tho conditions, limitations,
reservations and restrietions contained In
the agreement with the Indians, has been
issued by President Cleveland.
Accused ot Theft.
Ella Lewis, colored, fifteen years of
age, was arrested yesterday by Officer
Barnes, of Jib. 2 station, for stealing a
chain, valued at S10, from Mrs. Elizabeth
Murphy, D13 L 6trect northwest.
Edward Lawson, a twelve-year-old
school boy was arrested last night for dis
orderly conduct and lodged at station No. 6.
Yon Needn't Come Down Town..
The Tlme has cstnhlUhed tho fol
IovvIiik branch offices whe.ro liner
advertisements can bo left, and will
recolre as prompt attention an If
left at the main office:
Frank Smith, 4th and G Ktn.nw.
M. McN'ulty, 13ao 14th st. nn,
A. B. MeCloskey, 1312 7th V nw.
n. lime, 2158 1'n. uto. nw.
Joseph Linden, 40(1 Stb t. ne.
J. W. Johnson, 40 11 wt- lie.
W. F. Mnckay, 821 II st. ne.
Joseph l'etlnat, 000 7th Ht. nw.
I II o. w0 hare a j
Mill SSt T Woman's Vlcl iiiii
H-- - Kid Slipper that
I IHI Oh - lli 3 combines com- 1 1)
I Iiiii 5lt!-45-i J ort "n P-1-"1- lliill
jGf-tVs nes hand- I h
II C l7iW eeweii turned II 1 1
SVvJR ri's-c-t ne'-'ly Unisheu.
l IJlBWiT' Itiaalov-oiys'.ip- IN
IHII - Vrll li per rog ula r ,
Will eSvll'Y II.Mv-alne. til
0- 98C. 11
IHII fyf.t W t I I lilt
III HI W' ..... IB
4 '.rr.,. Ill
&i KA. Poule & IlarrluE- 1M
II n t h n vr a y,
Foule & liarrliie
-snlcndM stcet latest strlcs usu
ally sold for t. Our price,
Open till 8 p. in. Saturdnjs
I adles' Shoes' polbhed free.
HONORED BY COLUMBIAN
Invitations Issued for the Installa
tion of President Whitman.
Will Take 1'Uco In Convention
Hull, with Inipri-xilvi- Cere
monk, On i'rlduy XeT.
Tbe programme for the inauguration
ceremoules or President Whitman, of the
Columbian University, was announced yes
terday, as alre-ady stated In The Times.
The occasion will be one or the interesting
and Important evenis in the educational
history of b5.
The Inauguration will occuriu Convention
Hall, and Immediately preceding the open
iDg exercises a rei-eptiou will be tenderrd
Dr. Whitman, in the assembly room, ad
joining the great hail. About two hundred
uf Washington's moat prominent business
men, etlucators, and scientists have been
Invited to participate in this affair, and
to have the opportunity of meeting tbe
brilliant young president socially.
At 8 o'clock the Murine Band will piny
the 0eniug march, to be followed by an
overture. Kev. Alexander McKIm, I). I).,
rector or Hit Epiphany Church, will deliver
the Invocation. Kev. Samuel Ureene, pas
tor of the Calvary Baptist Church, vice
prpsidt.nl of the University, and president
of the board of trustees, will deliver the
address in behalf of the Columbian officers
and faculties. An oration brltcv. Augustus
! H. Strong, H. I)., LL-1)., president of the
Kochester Theological Seminary, is sched
uled, then tbe address of Kev. I'rancls L.
Tatton, U. D., LL. 11., ot 1'rlucetou. Tbe
hymn, "Amerlcn," lcif liy Trot. N. Duthane
Clownrd, will lie Tendered, and the-event
of the evening. Dr. Whitman's inaugural
address, will then occur.
Tile greatest enthusiasm Is manifested
by the stiulents of the university in rcgani
to this nffair. At a iutcling held last
night Mr. Robert Martin, the "secretary,
announcisl that twelve hundred scat would
be reserved In sections K and i" for tlie
diffeTeut departments. The students were
also requested to assemble in a body in the
market, about 7. o'clock, and lhcre to ionn
Into four sections, .namely.) the medical,
law, scientific, and collegiate, and to
march into the hall, In procession, each sec
tion headed byitsownfaculty.
Tlie marshals selected for the occasion are
Lieut. J. B- Hull, United Btntcs revenue
marine service; and Mr. Skinner, both of
the Scientific school.
The Invitations will be issued tomorrow
nnd will be accompanied. by reserved seals.
MOltUNO fiE-N'T TO itaii:.
Iinyr. for llitvliig; Libelled
Signor Celso Caesar Moreno, the well
known Italian resident ot thiscitv. who was
u.nvictedorcrlnilnally libelling Earoiil'ava,
the Italian ambassador, was sentenced In
Justice Cole's court, yesterday afternoon.
lo ninety days tn Jail.
Signor Moreno entered the court room
with his attorney. Col. Cook. The latter
announced to the court that, as a new trial
would doubtless result Just us did the one
Just concluded, the niotion for one would
be no longer pressed. His client, be said,
wanted to address the court.
Judge Cole gave bis assent and Signor
Moreno said his conscience -did not trouble
him for tLe remarks he had made in the
libellous article he caused to tn printed
In the Colorcil American. He re-admitted
that he was unarquiitnted with Baron Pava
and knew the statements be hail printed
only from hearsay.
The court passi-dsentence-at the conclusion
of his remarks.
To Sivt Car Fnre.
Tin Times Iihh nrrniiKCd the fol
Iiivvlinr linuii'li office-., where want
HdviTtl-onieiits can lie left at nnj
thin-, and will receive this same
prompt attention us if left nt the
Kraitk Smith, -tth and G Ms. mv.
il. McXnlty, i:i:ill Uth .t. nvv.
A.'H. McCloskey, l.'ll! 7ih nt. nvv.
11. Hace, 'J15:i 1'a. nre. nvv.
Jo-epli Linden, 4()0 Hth m. he.
J. W. ,701111-011, -in II Ht. ne.
W. F. Mackny, S-Il II st. ne.
Joseph VetlRiuit, 0011 7th nt. nvv.
Straight rye and bourbon whiskies.
Be-st brands of imported wines for family
and medicinal use. All articles warranted
pure. Spanicr's, 1307 1-2 F street north
west. The Great
still in full blast the public
has found o it what a cinch
it is to bty clothing- at less
44c on the Dollar
The firm of H. A. Hazle
ton & Co., whose stock we
bought at the sheriff's sale,
were in business 20 years
and were celebrated for
manufacturing- the very
highest class of Clothing.
The stock was all this sea
The finest quality of
Men's Clothing.Boys' Cloth
ing, Men's Overcoats, Boys'
Overcoats, Children's Cloth
ing, Children's Overcoats.
The crowd of buyers grows
bigger every day you will
want to kick yourself if you
miss your chance.
E FRIEDLAIDER & BR1,
9th and E Sts. N. W.
Several Fled Fearing Prosecution
by the District Attorney.
NO WARRANTS YET SERVED
Those Who Hemaln Will Make n Stiff
Fljjlit for Kxlstenee Ilefore tho
Courts It Is Stuted That as Many
as Forty Will Hare Proceedings
Broosht AcaliiMt Them.
Warrauts are out for ttieurrest of a num
ber of brokers doing business with "tick
ers," whose places aro commonly known as
"bucket-shops." This is known as a
necessary se-miel of the prosecution of Kop
pel Kurultzkl, of F street, near Four
teenth, rather than from any statement
by the officials eugaged in tbu prosecution.
Neither District Attorney Mrney nor
any of his assistants would 1.1,1 evening
talk ot the matter, and Lieut. Holllnberger
and his detectives are eeiually reticlcnt.
The names of tbe ltersons against whom
wurrants have bee-n issued since Mr. Kur
ultzkl was held for the grand Jury Is a
matter of conjecture, but nie-n familiar
with the business here state unhesitatingly
that there are thirty to forty cases.
X.EPT THH CITY.
Some of these are of men little known
In the business world, and it is said
several have taken fright and left the city.
Others are well known and will make no
effort to escape prosecution.
They have ii-v,.iniiil their business as
legitimate. If the courts find the con
trary and Impoie a fine, they will pay It,
iiDless the Justice of the situation induces
the court to remit It. There is not Iikcly
to he any effort to send any of them to
prison. If there should be, they will right
by every means knovvu to the best a ttorneys.
Mr. Uirney some lime ago expressed the
intention to break up any Illegal business
Of the kiud which might come under bis
notice, nnd be will not rail to bring to the
graud Jury every case when the l.tw seems
to him to have been violated.
NO WAKKANTS SERVED.
Anything else, it lsjstated for him, would
be unfair to Mr. Ktirnltzki and others who
will rollow him through the police court.
Tiiere Is considerable crillci-.m of Mr.
Birney by persons unfriendly to him on ac
count of tile-prosecutions. They look at it
as an unwarranted interfereuce with rec
ognized business interests.
No warrants had been served up to a
late hour. Detectives Qiiinlan nnd He
lan are still active in visiting the alleged
"bucket-shops," watching their methods
of operating and securing evidence.
COUHT OF Al-I'KAL. OPINIOXS.
One Itevor-.es., the Other Su-tnlii. tho
Two opinions were yesterday handed
down by Hie court of appeal-. The opinion
of the lower court was arrirmed in tlie
case of Isabelle Wjrner against Hattie
Jackson, where tlie title to the latter's
merest lu Uie premises at No. 216U Ninth
street northwest, was confirmed.
Iu Uie cose of Laura S. Whlttaker against
Uie Middle States Iiullding and Construc
tion Company, where certain property
at Takoma Purk was claimed by the plain
tiff, and the court below sustained the
claim, Uie appellate court reversed the
decision and remanded tlie cause.'
GAVE THEMSELVES CI'.
Tlerdie Ca-h llox ItolilicrN Concluded
Eeed Stevenson, aged fifteen, and Charles
Henderson, aged -sixteen, the colored lioys
who stole the cash box containing S'J.50
In money and twenty-four tickets, from No.
Ill herdic. while.-it llienorlheasi corner of
the Capitol grouneH, early Tuesday evening
marched into No. 0 station last night and
lloth boys reside in tbe northeast, and
uin bearing that the police were looking
out for theni,deciibd to give themselves up.
While Stevenson engnge-d the attention of
the elrlver, Harry Coiupton. by making eov
eraliiHpitrlcs, Henderson quickly andquletly
slipped the box from Its place and scantier-e-d
WA.VXECK FOCNI GUILTY.
Jury Took Only l"lv -Minute's to Coii-
Oscar Wanneck, the man who sold brick
dust for rnt poison, was convicted liy a Jury
In Judge Cox'scourt yesterday of obtaining
money under false pretenses. His wife,
who had remained beside him during the
trigl, fainted when the verdict was an
nounced nnd It took fully five minutes to re
store her to consciousness.
Mr. Woodvvorth, counsel for the prisoner,
spoke to the Jury for more than two and a
half hours, making a vigorous appeal for
his client. The Jury returned the verdict
of guilty after being out but ten minutes.
ChalMiian Cum Not to He Aelvaiiceel.
The application of counsel for an ad
vancement of the appeal or Elverton R.
Chapman, the recalcitrant sugar trust
witness before tlie Senate Investigating
committee, was denied by tlie Supreme
Court of the United State's yesterday.
Cut Caper. On a Car.
An lntnxic-.ited coloreil man, about twe nty
years of age, was arre-sted last evening
by rollcenian Kramer and landed at No.
5 station, for causing considerable incite
ment and disorderon .1 ear of the Anacostia
and Washington Hallway.
WHY WAIT UNTIL
IT IS TOO
We must meet the note held by Ber
gher Bros., Syracuse, for $15,885.18.
December 2d is the limit by which
we have to raise this amount, and
raised it must be, or we shall be com
pelled to close our doors.
$15,880.18 TO 8E RAISED.
Finest Overcoats, Suits, Trousers,
Children's and "Boys' Clothing are
actually being slaughtered at less
than wholesale cost to enable us to
get the money so urgent!' needed in
time. This is your opportunity of a
lifetime for such goods at such
prices can never be duplicated in the
future. Dire necessity compels this
THE NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE,
311 Seventh St. N. W.
lbs. Sugar Free!
Today, we will give to purchasers from our prico
list of groceries of one dollar's worth or over 4 lbs.
Best Granulated Sugar, FREE !
Now Is the time to
LILY BEST PATENT FLOUR,
The new shipment of magnificent Premium Books are
now on hand bring jour completed cards and select them
new premium cards now being given out on which you
secure the hundred-piece, decorated China Dinner Set, etc
Ask for them.
729 & 73 1
this weather doesn't
It? We've been think
ing about them for a
long time thinking
how we could sell bet
ter ones than anyone
olse, without charging
as much for them.
We can do it.
If you want to take
some lessons in winter
styles, come and look
round our store. You
don't have to buy any
thing to be made wel
Orsnulattd Sufar 4Uclb 01
Best Micar-Cured Hams llic lb i
llrenilsst Bacon So lb Ky
1'e.re Lard Sc lb -."
Good Lard 6.5 lb (3)
Frcshl'crk TUclti Ssi
ICound Strak c lb (til
Sirloin Meat 3c lb fKf
Best N. V 1'ot-itoei. 41c bus. fjt
Lirgecins Baled Basus... THccau
ID lb Buckwheat for. Be fj)
7 quarts Hominy tor: uc p?
4 quarts Beans for Sc (p)
4 cans Besl Tomatoes - S Qi
Fancy Codrsh (ready for use)... fa S""S
3c bottln -Oyster Bay" Catsup.. 1 tj
Cracker Bust 5c "q
1 doz. Bee seap G;
SIbsCa!.Iruns SJc fcf
Large caus Table Peached ....... lc (Cl
J.T. D. Pyless
STOKES III 4th St & K: Cor M fTf
and Mil Are N.R: 13 Tth St. N E- p
IWUth US W.; Cor. Washington tOj
and 31onroe Mis, Anaco)tIa. 1e!e- t
phono Write. C'alL fO
National Capital Brewlnz Coi".Munch
ener'' bH-auso It Is brewed excluiirely
from mall and hops. Bottled only by
J, F. HERMANN & SON.,
750 to 754- Tenth St. S. E.
A trial will convince you of its medicinal
Come nnd pick vour own
cloth. Scotch and L'nclish
Cheviots, Tvvccds. Ca-t-mcrci.
Plaids, clo. 1'it guar
anteed. HORN, TAILOR,
G13F Street ". W.
Just to cet Ton Acquainted with tbe excel
lence of our I HINTING, we'd like to execute
your next ordor. Nothing too large nothing
too small for us to print.
McGILL & WALLACE. Primers.
:1UT E Street X.W. 'Phone 13JL
lay In your supply of
TO REST IN.
This Rocker is balanced
just right it's a sort of
chair you can pour your
self into and relax the
strain on every muscle in
your body a chair you
almost have to be drag
ged out of before vou can
be induced to get up.
Quartered Oak. Birch and Ma
hogany flnih. "V.OU could
not duplicate it for Ires
The Best Trunk Made.
641 Louisiana Ave. N. W.,
Then Isn't u "u hole
price loft on nn) thins
in our stock. Ecr
thins is reduced Fur
niture Carpets flat
tings D roperies
Moves Crockery ware
Office Furniture Kan-
fctj'iM cy Lamps etc
rbi, IlATayourpIcjt -en -red It
AjmW if you want 1L
H Rouse & Herrmann,
i-i-S'i 17-9I9, 921 antl OJJ
G30 Mass. Avo.
J. VV. BRICKER,
No. 154 Center .Market.
Fresh and Salt Heat! for itle
i low a any itore.
Jftjf orer jj', 6't n( jrttmp.'t
470472 rennsjrtvanL-v avenue north
west, near Gth street. Business men's
lencb. 12 to 2 o'clock. 2Cc- table d'hoU
dinner. 4:30 to 7:30 p. m.. COc. nc23-3m
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