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Turkey will taste better to the man who is
that he is better dressed tliau any of his companions,
cost even less than theirs. YOU can bt that man
3'our outfit.
TEN DOLLARS buys an -honest, All-wool Fash
ionable Suit, Sack or -Cutaway, neat Scotch effects, Grey
Worsteds and our celebrated CROW BLACK and IMPE
RIAL BLUE Rough- Cheviots. The best ten-dollar
Suit the world over.
other strong lines with us. Finer materials, trimmings
and workmanship than in any one else's $iS and $20 "
lines. . A bigger variety, too. Tweeds, Cheviots. Wor
steds, Cassimeres, Clay Diagonals, etc., in double and
siuele-breasted sacks, and three and four-button cutaway
frocks all fashionable colors and patterns.
A f
of the immense Hazelton stock which we bought at the
sheriff's sale in New York, has just reached us. This lot
was in the hands of the tailors, in course of manufacture,
when the firm assigned. When we bought the stock we
gave orders to have all the suits and overcoats made up
in first-class style regardless of expense. Today
we start an immense slaughter of them at
Suits and Overcoats for less than ma'erial cost.
Prices no object.
. 'Will buy a flr't
lcs liian tan clotli
Con t fall nnJ aK to bo bhuivn tbeso suits, as
Men's Suits.
Von 6 Clay or-.fd Suits. .. 3)0.03
Young Mwn l)oi.t)lo and IT n
binglu Ureastci Sntts DD.'rU
MOOJIen'si-uils for 4K-,UU
J12Jlcn'sCasiincre Suits for jbu.Uu
SS Young ilea's fcults for... 3)0. OU
Overcoats, Ulsters.
$-0 Men's OTcrcoats, Melton, CO Cfl
$17 Impcrted Germaula Over- IT "7 C(
conTB M,UU
S15. l'rencn Ulack Cheviot (fP rn
Oven-oats DU.-Jll
10 Ollord Mixed Overcoats.. i4. J
IIS Irish Frelio Ulsters V)
Inches lone, made In first- C7 fl
classstylo J) I .Hi
A Few Specialties for Saturday.
In Our Hat and Underwear Department
Onr tl.M latest style Derby at 4 I ,UU
Onr SI 00 latest style Tedora fj I fin
Our $5 00 latest stylo Silk Hat
(T5 rn
Onr $1.50 Double-breasted
Ninth and E
t..i.i.-i i i.j-iii..
v &Viy
Free Tomorrow!
Tomorrow we give away to everj- purchaser of 75c
worth or more, their choice of a handsome French China
Cup and Saucer or Cream Pitcher.
Cedar Wash Tubs 6 EC TGc
Regular price. Si and $1.25.
Best quality Zinc Wash
Boards XOc
Regular price, 25c.
Mrs. Tott's cold handle Bad
Irons; 3-in. set
Eegular price, $1.19.
Crystal Water Goblets, per
halt dozen 13c
Regular price, 2Cc.
Japanned Coal Hods 12c
Regular price, 25c.
Large size Majolica Pitchers.
10 patterns each,
Regular price, 25c.
Decorated Chamber Beta.
English china $1.42
Regular price, $2.23.
Decorated English China
Dinner Bets, 0 styles.. ..$4.76
Regular price, $G.08.
Japanese Dust Fan and
Regular price, 25c.
Best quality Clothes
Wringers, vulcanlzedrolls.$i.sss
Universal Housefurnishing Co.,
512 Ninth Street N. W,
a New Diocese.
Blchop Tarci-ln his call for the primary
convention of the new diocese of Wash
ington, wrltea as Tollows in the Maryland'
"It U a serious and solemn work to In
augurate a sew diocese. It is a work of
LARS is where we leave the other ready-to-wear stores and
compete with the custom folks.- Same fabrics, same styles,
same fit as they would charge you $7 to 12 more for.
Finer Suits at all prices up to $45.00, beyond which
it is extravagance to go, for no one can make finer garments
than" we show at this price.
AJcomplete-HATSlore, one of the best SHOE stores,
and the best and largest Furnishing store in town are also
here.- An inspection of the. goods and prices will prove it.
12th and F Sts.
class Timlm're Suit, nuy sire and a selec
tion or 10 1. 3 les to select iroin. me cioia m mis nun
cosi !5c per yard. Ynu know it lasej six yard to make
toe suit,nfcie-h is KW, but firo'iile to sell you goods at
cost, auu luu statement ucnrn usvut.
the are nonilerful bargalai.
Men's Pants.
Men's Klack and Bluo Pure ff I fn
Vifil Cheviot Tauts 4I.UU
Men's Klward Iiarri' CassI- (TO flfl
mere Pants -DZ.UU
Sawycr'sCassImera rants ... 4)ZiuO
Men's Cassim ere Pants ... - .PI.OU
Children's Clothing.
Children's Corduroy Knee fitn
Pants .. . trZU
Children's Cafsiraoro Knes OCn
Pants T.. Zub
Children's Strictly all-wool T I PR
fcults 4M.0U
Children's Deep Cape Over. &l nr
coats jM.OtJ
n.W Children a Salts JI.2U
f3.00 Children's Salts $ I ,b'J
Onr $1.50 Lined Buckskin
Gloves at
Our Mc Oil Tanned Wool Lined
Glove at
Our $1 50 Wool Lined Kid
All-wool Shirt Q Q n
Streets N. W.
Handsome mlrrorfrontWall
Regular price, 08c.
Granite Iron covered Slop
Regular price, $1.10.
Solid Copper Wash Boilcrs...$1.3S
Regular price, $2.00.
English China DecoratedTea
Bets, 56 pieces S2.2T
Regular price, $3.98.
100,000 Paper Novels, all
authors.. .., each.
Regular price, 10c.
Large Willow Clothes Ham
pers, with foot
Regular price, $1.09.
Pettljohn's Breakfast Food..
Corn, Peas, Beans, per can-
Best 6usex Co. Tomatoes,
per can
Best Roasted Coffee 20c
Perlinc or Boaplnc 4c
Best quality Olcine Soap, 7
cakes for 26c
awful responsibility to choose rightly In
electing a man to be made biihp. Ask
God's help and the guidance of His wisdom.
I request and appoint that the special
prayer appointed for the times of conven
tion be used", 'with the verbal changes as
directed, at all public services throughout
the present diocese of Maryland, begin
ning with Sunday, November 4, and con
tinuing uutll the primary, convention of
Washington shall hare adjourned."
conscious of the fact
and that his clothes
if you corae here for
I 1
President Cleveland Asked to Re
lease Him from Imprisonment.
IVelr, Confident Tlint Illn ltr-cpu-st Will
Hi- Grunted Does .Not I.Ike the
Company of Crlinlnnls.
Mr. Cclso Caesar Moreno, lias prepared
a petition for pardon, which JiU frefnds
have In circulation and which will be pre
sented to the President tomorrow.
The iwtltion M-ts forth that any attack
which the petitioner has nude against the
represe ntatlvi-s of Italy In the United state
was prompted by his efforts at breaking
down what he terms, "The Italian padroni
system In America."
In his IK-Iltiojj he dwells lengthily upon
the Itall.in padrone system, and tells how
he endeavored to suppress the nefarious
traffic In Italian slaves. He tells, ivliv he
was incarcerated, and resix-ctfully asks
President Cleveland to pardon him.
The folio wins Is the last paragraph of,
the petition: J
".Vow, Mr. President, to conclude. I re
peat the very words -which I used to Judge
Cole in court on the 11th of this month:
that I think it an outrage to punish h man
for doing good and telling the truth alwut
nini .iiiu tilings.
Mr. Mart-no told The Times that he was
being well treated by the Jail authorities
and was granted the utmost freedom con
sistent with Jail discipline.
He talked on the subject ot the pardon
syslcm with thcenthuslasinof a man of one
Idea, and felt that the petition would
bring about his release.
During yesterday he received a quantity
of niall.lncludlng several Italianncwsiupcrs
containing lengthy reviewsof. and comments
ujran the Morcno-Faa cae.
A number of people called on him and
were received by him in the rotunda. The
things which seem to grieve him is his
enforced contact with criminals.
Potonmo Flnts Cnxe TJ'i for it Hear
ing. The Potomac Flats case came before
the court In general term jestcrday. Chief
Justice Uingbam and Justices McComas
and Hngner on the bench. Two points re
main to be settled; one as to the amount of
damages to certain parties whose hold
ings Involve about 1,000 feet of space in
the vicinity of the old Naval Observatory
and to whom the United States made con
cessions; the other as to the form of the
decree, the details of which ore under
The Government Is represented by At
torney Taggart; other Interests respectively
by Attorneys Illdout, Hoban and others.
Orders were made by the court as fol
lows: Petition of William H. Pearce as
presented by Attorney Rldnut for leave to
intervene, denied; application of A. Lambert-ami
M. Carr, the Great Falls Ice Com
pany and William II. Rapley for appeal
to the Supreme Court of the United States,
Youmr WomenVClirlHtinn Homo "Will
Sore ti TlinnKglvIng Ten.
A TbanksgUing tea will be glen by the
board of raauagers of the Young Woman's
Christian Home Friday afternoon from
3 to 6 o'clock, at their house, 311 C street
During the past year the home has been
very successful In Its work, having fur
nished 6,730 meals and 2,243 lodgings
free, and 2,041 meals and 8,013 lodgings
at half rules. Employment lias been
found for 189" applicants, and In all 32S
young women have been cared for.
Many things needed to carry on the
work during the ensuing year, and dona
tions of money, fuel, groceries and house
hold articles will be thankfully received.
Tisn't .
That foe want
v&4 To-but-that
We Must.
We arc having this
.olely and onlv that
no may so into onr
new cunainc wiir.-
out any of our pros-1
ent stocK. l ou can ,
have thut 3erv dol
lar's worth of It for I
about hair what the
nr i co should be :
Everything to fnr-
nlsh a homo- Credit
if ou want it-
IB Rouse & Herrmann
l'-- S17. G19. 921 &nd923
636 Mass. Ave-
Garbage Burning Will Begin About
Middle of December.
Sew rolleo Regulations Under Con
sideration by tlio CoiiinilHHloiiom.
No IVnult Yet Ortinted for Mr.
Stllhon liutelilns' Ico J'ulnco So
Money for tlio Smallpox JIOMpltul.
Tbc Brown crematory for garbage at the
foot of South Capltol Blreet, where the
old Works of the National Sanitary Com
pany stood, will be completed by December
20 and put in operation. Contractor War
Hold and ManagerBayly were at the Dis
trict building i-yeslcrday In relation to
further plans Incarrylng out their contract.
The works to be opened ncit month have
a capacity of aoo tons In twelve hours.
Dr. Wondwanl. says this Is sulficient to
dispose of nil the garbage collected any
day from November until May. If tbc
place is run eighteen hours a day Its ca
pacity Is 1G0 tons in that time, and this is
sufficient to dispose of all the garbage
ever collected In a. day in Washington.
The smokestack is 150 feet high, and
this with the fire for consuming odors, it
is claimed by the advocates of the system,
will prevent its being a nuiBancc.
Commissioners Powell and Tria-Mlell (-pent
two hours late yesterday altcruonn con
sidering the new police regulations, proofs
of which were looked over by the board
Friday evening. Assistant District At
torney Push was with them.
Among the new regulations being consid
ered are s-evcral of general Interest. Street
vendors are to be held strictly to a rule
that they will not be allowed to stand
longer than necessary to make a sale ex
cept at certain des'gnJted spaces. Ir this
Is enforced against all licensees many
hucksters who now.occupy certain favorite
plates on the street for an hour at a time
In the early morning will be greatly Incon
venienced. AS TO PAWNSHOPS.
Pawn shop owners are forbidden to in
terfere In the least with police lpection
upon penalty of fine. The punishment of
Violations or regulations regarding their
shops is changed to fine not to exceed $40.
Bicycles are not to be ridden at a high
speetiT The .maximum likely to be fixed
is nine miles an hour. This regulation
will almost certainly" bo made.
Anuiiiber of building regulations, whiih
more properly belong to the police ll-t, will
probably be put lu their proper place, and
the rules governing rapid transit jiosted
in all street cars. The movement made a
few days since to test the speed at which
the Metrojkjlltau clettrlccars run. Indicates
that the Commissioners mean to furnish
protection against too great i-pced on all
President Phillips, of the Metropolitan
Railroad Company, made a protest a few
days ago against the proposal of tlieTenley
towu Elotrlc Line managers to have but
one set or tracks for loth Its own use and
the use of the Metropolitan Company where
the roads cruss on Thirty-second stmt,
Georgetown. Today the Commissioners
replied to him that this was a matter that
should be settled by the companies.
Mr. P. J. Fliiglrs, No. 704 Fourteenth
street, was refused permission to place a
boiler for advertising purposes in front of
his place of business; also Dcvereux &
Gaghan, the privilege to store Iron pipe
ou the paved parking in front ot No. 71T
Eleventh street corthwest.
Tho Veteran "Volunteer Firemen'R Asso
ciation was granted the loan of the old
bell formerly In the engine-house i-t Aiui
costia. to put In their museum. Mr. James
II. Ilk-hards, of No. 1115 New Jersey
avenue southeast, who made the applica
tion, was told the bell must be returned If
wanted at any time by the Commissioners.
The Commissioners sent In their order
to Pcbllo Printer Kcncdkt for iiumial re
ports. The figures nre as follows: uperiu
tendent of ibaiities, 1.000; collector. CO;
Wni-hliJgton AsyUm, 150; schuoU, G.000;
fire department,. 300; engineer department,
."00;auditor, 100; telegraph and telephone,
Mr. Stllson Hulclilns yesterday morning
urged upon the Commissioners the propriety
of granting a permit to place a big steam
engine and set of boilers In a brick
building, 46 by 00 feet, near the north
west corner of Foarth and K streets, Jut
south of the National Guard Armory, for
the ice palace and rink. Mr. Gattl, as
stated by The Times, has objected, thai
the li-iildlug regulations forbid the placing
ot boilers so near his residence.
Mr. HuWblns said the south line of the
proiwscd building would come within the
ninety-foot proscription of Mr. Gattl 's
touse, but tho boilers were off at the
northeast comer of the building, about a
hundred feet further away and really at a
greater distance from Mr. Gatti's than are
the boilers of the present Ice plant lu the
armory. The Improvement would cost
$50,000, and add another feature to the
$150,000 worth ot buildings already put
there by himself and associates. Their
Interests ought to outweigh the technical
poiut raised by this neighbor. He had
offered to give Mr. Gattl any reasonable
bond against damage from the Ice plant.
Other neighbors had agreed to let the work
go on. Commissioner Truesdell said they
were havlug some measurements made and
would sec Mr. Hutchlus again during the
Almut 3 30 p. m. Messrs. Lee Hulclilns
and David Towers called again, but were
disappointed. The Commissioners had not
decided the question. It I3 probable a per
mit will bc-.grantcd.
Ttie project on foot Is to flood the main
floor of Convention Hnll every day and
freeze tho water so as to make a great
artificial skating jiond. 100x300 reet In
area. This is larger than the similar place
In successful operation In Pittsburg, where
about $500,000 has been spent upon the
equipment. "
The freezing of the water on ttie rink floor
Is to be accomplished by putting in close
together a series ot eight floors, between
which will be run a network of pipe.
G8.000 feet In all, for the conveyance ot
ammonia. The rapid evaporation of the
ammonia will draw off the heat from tho
water changing It Into Ice.
This use ot the hall will occupy it for
three months In winter to the exclusion of
everything else, but will not Injure it
for meetings at other times.
The smallpox hospital, for the construc
tion of which $18,000 was appropriated
by the last Congress, will be furnished in
about a month; for lack ot appropriation
to furnish It and to build bathroom, stable
aud mortuary chamber it cannot be used
until additional money can be voted. This
cannot bedone tor two or threemouths, pos
sibly will not be done for a jear.
Dr. Woodward had Intended to ask for
an appropriation of $15,000 to bring the
hospital into service, but Instead asked
that the matter be referred to the build
ing Inspector for plans for the additional
structures. Work on the plans has not
After the defeat of proceedings to open
Thirty-seventh street so as to give coun
try people additional entry Into George
town from the Tenleytown road the Com
missioners considered bringing a "new
suit. They have about given up this and
will probably await additional legisla
tion before renewing the undertaking.
Capt. J. S. Miller of the Loulsana ave
nue commission merchants, called on Com
missioner Truesdell yesterday to learn
whether tbc order to clear Louisiana nve
nue and Ninth-street of produce would be
suspended till 'after Thanksgiving as re
quested by tlicmerchanls on Friday. The
question had not been decided, but Capt.
Miller was assured no arrests would be
mad- pending the consideration. This
amounts to virtual sunpenlon.
TheConimissloiwrsspem nearly two hours
together In private conference at imon
yesterday. Kx-Qov. Kellogg of Louis
iana, and hlsffriend, a Mr. Colton, were
with them part ut the lime as was also
Attorney Ttiomasi They said they were
considering routine matters Including some
features of tup law for the extension of
streets. Nothing. however, bndbecn agreed
upon ns to anwiidments which Congress will
be asked to raake for the act under which
extension wurk Is proceeding.
You have never bought
a $20 gold piece for $10
and you never will, neither.
Do we promise you some
thing for nothing? We
simply want to state the
facts that when you buy
from us you buy direct
from a manufacturer. In
our shop we li3ve the latest
improved electric ma
chinery, employ skillful
workmen, so when you
have any Diamond mount
ing to be done or any diffi
cult work bring it to me
and I can give you ex
perienced suggestions.
If you need anything in
Fine jewelry, Diamonds,
Watches, Chains or Sterl
ing Silver, it will pay you
to inspect my stock, which
never was as large nor
prices as low as just now.
I hate some special lints which Tarn
offtrinq at a price vrhich tciU insure their
sate before December 1, aiultchich I can
twt duplicate.
Children's Rings OlIC
Baby Tins Pl.UU
EWsCombs 1 .2b
Link buttons .UU
Children's Drsss Sots, S pins Q kfl
with chain 0.JU
Fots for gentlemen H.OU
Ver3r large selection of
14k. and 1 8k. Gold
Watches, - Hunting and
Open Face, Elgin or Wal
tham movements, $15 to
"sterling silyer.
025-1,000 fine.
J'ap spoons I Oil
Tea holders OUb
Photo frames 4)1 .UU
Sugar spoons I .UU
Cm Blats salts aad peppers, sd- I (1(1
ver tops, pilr..., ' I U U
Almond spoons I .UU
Nail pollibors l.bU
Match bov-w - I ,DU
Koaarlas I .uU
Lare size tea balls I I 0
Berryspoons , Z,UU
Trilby hurt Io-:kets, larje size.. A, .3
silver cur 4,t)U
Bicycle belti U.bU
Lsalrs- sllror watch with lone C flfl
chain cl.UU
Open Evoninss until 9 o'clock
beainnlnrj Dec. I.
SnCClfl Mftr. Jeweler,
. DbisIU, lOIU FSt.
Opposite Boston House.
Extraordinary Sale at
Mammoth Department
Special Sale
Underwear Department.
Men's natural pray mixed Undershirts
(rood u-IKbt, hound neck and rront, 25c;
weru 39c.
Men's white Merino Undershirts, heavy
weight, collarette neck, silk bound front,
fancy silk stitching, pearl buttons, ribbed
tail. Drawers to match, 39c; were -ltfc.
Men's gray mixed Random Undershirt,
heavy ivc-icht, collarette neck, silk bound
front, iit-url buttons, ribbed tail. Drawers
to mnlcli. 39c: were Itic.
Men's Camels Hair, mixture Undershirts,
double back and front, making it extra
warm forchestand back. Drawers to match,
46c; were GSc.
Men'sgray woolnilxed Undershirts, double
back and front, making it extra warm for
chest and back. Drawers to match, 10c;
were GSc.
Men's flwwd-lined Camel's Hair Under
shirts, extra heavy, made of superior qual
ity of jam. Drawers to match, 49c; were
Men's untural wool mixed Undershirts,
heavy weight, silk liound neck and front,
fancy silk stitching, )earl buttons, ribbed
tall. Drawers to match, 49c; were 7oc.
Men's white wool niWed Undershirts,
henvy weight, (-Ilk bound neck and rront,
fancy silk stitching. ioarl buttons, ribbed
tall. Drawers to match, 59c; were 79c.
Men's all-wool medicated Fcarlet Under
shirts and Drawers, 73c each; were 51.
Men's all-wool medicated scarlet Under
shirts, double luck and rront, bplendld
weight and quality, Drawers to match, 9Sc:
were- $1.43.
Men's nnhir.il wool Undershirts, double
back and front, a very superior garment,
made with silk, hound neck, pearl buttons,
ribbed tall, 90 per rent wool, Dravvirs to
match, 9Gc; were SI. 19.
Bova' heavy weight white Merino Under
shirt's and Drawers, -lc each; were 29c.
Bov's heavy weight Camel's Hair or Hau
dom mixed Undershirts, 21c; were 29c.
Bovs' grav wool mixed Undershirts and
Drawer.), 2i'ic each; were 40c.
Boys' heavy whiteMerino Undershirts.silk
liound neck and front, silk stitching, pearl
buttons, ribbed tall. Drawers to match,
35c; were 49c.
Ladies' heavy Egyptian thread, ribbed
Tests and I'ants, 25c each; were 39c.
Ladies' heavy white Merino Vests, silk
bound neck and front, fancy silk stitching,
pearl buttons, ribbed tail, I'ants to match.
39c; were 49c
Children' g l.civy white Merino Vests and
Pants, 9c and upwards.
Splendid values Children's heavy Under
wear, prices way below others.
Carpet Department.
Heavy Ingrain Carpet, 29c per yard, in
stead ot 40c.
Heavy wool mixed Ingrain Carpet, 39c
per yard, instead of GOc.
500 remnants of best quality Body Brus
sels Carpet. 1 to 4-ynrd lengths, 44c per
yard, instead of 70c. Good lengths to
make rugo from.
l'eit Window Shades, 3x6 feet, spring
roller, nil attachments, 13c. instead ot 25c
Best quality heavy oiled opaque Window
Shades, 3x7 feet, spring roller, all attach
ments, 25c, instead of 50c
Best quality Japanese Matting Hugs. 3xG
feet, 23c, instead of 75c Over 100 designs-
Ve iiitike a specialty of 'Window Shades
to order, estimates free; a postal will bring
our shade man to you. We use only the
be9t materials In order shades, and guar
antee nil spring rollers for one year. Better
see us, don't you thlukT
743, 745, 747 8th St. S. E.
i r-r-i ' ; a.kfflliwi uuiAaa
2 lb. Package best Oats
for 7 cts.
JOHNSTONS, 729-31 7th St.
are the prices ivt which wo are clearing out this entire department in order
to make room before Christmas on the ground floor.
m Value Cuts Little Figure! .
Bf err pair must go. Tho new manager U determined to hare nothing to do
whatever with this etoclc hut will sell every pair at almost any sacrifice.
SI.50 Vici Kid Slippers, 89c.
Jg Hegnlar SI. W VICI Kid Ladles' Sllrpcrs excellent qualltr fL
Jrj perfectlr made and .finished made to wear and loot J "
most elegant, as well hand-sewed. Only J J S m
1 Ladies' $3.00 Shoes.
Pj Every palrof Lndl-s'ShoesIn ttu Department every f t f fefl
3 style i-Terr toa every lat every shap. Come U I J g g;
f5j and eo -vlnt w are offerluB 13 OJ Shoe for sjl I fj if JgJ
ITS G and Uth Streets. A
Award Division Jollifiad at the End
of World's Fair Printing.
Xenrly it Hundred Member;. JUntejietl
to Siic-ccheHUiid l'urtwik of u
llUUIltlful i'l-UHt-
Sixty-five members of the award divi
sion ot the Bureau tjLEnsravInc and,,Print
lng and their guests gathered around tlie
banquet table at Fritz fteuter's last night
to celebrate the near .completion 0f the
work of the division" ' ". ""
The longT-shaped 4abiejvvn84ianoomly
decorated with chrv Muthemums and potted
plants, while In trie cJritef a hiass" Brrtrns
Clung tO the n-m nt -1 torrerln m!m.
The members of the award dlvlslou have
been at work for many months upon the
World's Fair diplomas, that will be scat
tered to every civihMd country on the
face of the globe. There are 23,000 of
these diplomas, and each one has to be
printed by hand, aHd as the output of
the division is bat 180 a day, it lias taken
some time to complete the work
When Chairman George M. Ramsey
called "time" there was not a vacant
place at the long table. Telegrams of
regret were read from Claude M Johnson,
chief of the bureau, and Amos J- Cum
mlngs, whoe name was loudly applauded.
The Intervals between the courses were
enlivened by music, recitations and short
Mr John I . uiarkson, tue nrst speaker,
was down to rciond to the toast? "Our
Guests Mr. ClarKsou" made a bright
little speech. In Tvhich he welcomed the
visitors present in behalf of the award
division, and said that after the next
World's Fair he hoped they would all
meet again under as pleasant ausplec-s.
Chalrmau Hamsey next Introduced. Mr.
John E Blue, the chief or the division, who
talked of "The Printer " Major Morgan,
the paymaster, wascalledfor.aud responded
amid great applause.
Anioug the other sjieakers of theevelc-;
were II. V. Bisbee, A. J. Donaldson,' who
gave a very interesting history of "The
Handpress;" Wdllam M. Garrett, who re
sponded to "Our Country;" James II. Fur
bershaw, "The Ladies;" T. S. Wade. "The
Government Employe," and J. W. Crowe,
"The Type That Is Quaint." ,,
Among those present were: William Alli
son. J. E. Blue, M. M. Belght, II. V. Bisbee,
F. II. Barnhart, John F. Clarkson. Frank"
B. Clarkson, George E. Clark, J, W. Crowe,
W. II. II. Clague. A. J. Donaldson. I. C.
Deardoff, C. O. Dotcn, srr. Donovan, C.
A. Edelen. J. W. Fite, J. II". Furbcrshaw.
David Giilen, William M. Garrett, George
N". Garrett, J. C. Gawler, J.E. Ilogan. W. J.
Harris. J. Curran niggins. D. L. Hoover,
K. C. Hardesty, Joe J. Uobby, J..M. Len
bart. C.M.Morgan. H.M.McEIfresh.Thomas
A. Mitchell, George M. Ramsey. William
Riley. Frank A. Roderick. Charles Spencer,
J. S. Shaw. Al Tuohy, J. W. Thomas.
William E. Thompson, Edward E. Welch,
Treston B. "Wright, T. L. Wade. James L.
Welty, F. Williams, W. J. Weiss.
Im pre-ss Ivo Services Over M"liiUter
Tliedlm at St. Mattbevv't,.
Funeral exercises over Senhor Auguste
de Sequeira Thedim, the late minister
from Portugal to the United. States, .took
place vestcrday in St. Matthew's Church.
Shortly before IOo'clock the body was re
moved from the legation to the church, es
corted by Troops E ard II of the Sixth
Cavalry, ucfler command or Capt. Craig,
and headed by the Marine Band. - -
The casket was covered with flowers,
largely the offerings-of rriends in the dip
lomatic corps.
The diplomatic corps was present, with
very few exceptions, beaded by the dean.
Sir Jullafi Fauncefotc, ISrftbh ambassador,
all wearing their suite nnlformsand urders
Iu addition to these was Senhor Acerado,
Portuguese cutiul general at New York
who will discharge the duties of minister
pending the appointment or a successor.
fr-i, nHi,il,!ctriil!rt wth rpnrnspntpil hv
Secretary Oluey and Assistant Secretaries'
Uhl aud IlocKliUi ot tne oiaie Department;
the JJdiiiary, by Chier Justice Fuller or
the Supreme Court; the army, by Assistant
Adjutant General Rugglcs; the navy, by
Admiral Walker uud Capu Singer or the
Bureau or Naval Intelligence.
Within the chancel sat Cardinal-elect Sa
tolli, apostolic delegate, attended by Dr.
Hooker, his private secretary.
Requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev.
rather Charles M. Bart, assisted by Father
Lee as deacon and rather Reynolds as sub
deacon. The body was taken to Mount Olivet
Cemetery. There It was temiwrarlly con
signed to a vault awaiting shipment to Lis
bon lor final Interment. Senhora Thedim
will sail from New York on tho 30th in
stant with the remains.
On tlie Milk lletriilations.
Since the recent agitation of the enforce
ment of the new law regulating sales of
milk a large number of milk dealers have
come to the health office for permits.
Flfty-rive permits have been issued to
Importers and elghty-ulne to dairies- A
large number or applications are in await
ing action. Where inspection has not al
ready been made it is necessary to send out
an Inspector ? examine the herd. This is
alwavs the cafe where the location Is out
side the District. The Inspectors are kept
Criminal Court I'len-..
Arraignments were made and picas en
tered in criminal court. No. 2, before
Justice Cox yesterday as follows:
James D. Varney, on charge of perjury;
plea not guilty." " "
Edward Lane, alias "Chinese" Lane,
larceny from tlie personfplea'nofgullty.
Lettie Brown, assault with intent to kill;
plea not guilty.
John Robinson, grand larceny, plea of
guilty, and sentenced to Albany peniten
tiary for a period orriftccn months. .The
boy is about seventeen years old.
Charged WltbLStenlliiKSboes.
Detective Henry Laccy arrested John
amaiiwoou, coioreu, jesie-iuaj uiicruwu, .
phnrfred with npttt Inrccnv of a nalr ol I
shoes from Pierce Brady'. Ilo'Vja locked
Additional Testimony to He Sub
mitted by Tlieni. '
The meeting of the truck farmers of U19
District aud the neighboring counties o
Maryland and Virginia aud I la- retail
producedealersoccupying space on Bslreet,
between Seventh and Ninth streets north
west, scheduled to have been held yesten
day at 2 p m. at Market Hall, did net
materialize. It was not, however, be
cause of any lack of Interest or want of
the presence or those most directly con
cerned, but rather as a matter of i-ollcy.
It was by the merest chance that th
committee representing the combined
farmers and retail dealers sot a hearing
before the Commissioners on Frklay last.
Tbe dour the committee asked a hearing
by the Commissioners was the tune ap
pointed lor a conference with the Louisiana
avenue merchants. These, however, wer
a little behind time, and the Commission
ers decided to give the market men a hear
ing. At this conference it was developed
that the order for the removal of the re
tail dealers from B street was issued at
the suggestion or solicitation of the whole
sale IlaymarWet space dealers. J
When the subject of the removal of th
market men to the Haymarket was flxs)
mooted, the retail dealers, nearly to a man,
protested, and now tlalm U they acted
otherwise than they are now doing thT
would be stultlfvlcg tbi-mselve 1
At the close or the conference on Friday
the Commlssionerjs informed the commit
tee that they would gladly entertain any
further evidence they desired to submit
on the question The committee has there
fore decided to file whatever testimony
It can bring to bear on the case with th
Comrnissiouers tomorrow or Tuesday '
Having done this, the farmers and re'
tail dealers will rest their ease a I await
the final action or the Commissi' -ners ,
It is understood that no general meet
ing will be called until after the dedsioS
of the Commissioners has been rendered.
Ctiarced With Keeplnjr n "Kence."
l'roml-ctl to Quit Hu-diie.
An order has been issued amc executed
for the release of James Ray, the D streel
salooukceper, upon bis own revognlzance,
the penalty being in the nominal sum ot
Ray is the man charged with conducting
a "renec" for the convenience or crooks,
the minimum jienalty in case or c- nviction
being one year', imprisonment in the peni
tentiary. The specirie charge against him
was lu receiving two valuable gold watches
rrom "Blood" Jones, a notorious thleL He
was vigorously dereuded by Attorney
Thomas C. Taylor, who bout every energy
to the conduct ot the defense
It was during the progress or this trial
that District Attorney Birney made tha
startling announcement or bis belief that
the Jury had been tampered with.
Mr. Taylor withdrew Tor his client the
motion for a new trial and Justice Cox,
with the assent ot Mr. Blruey, directed
Clerk Downs. to enter the order of sentence
suspended during good behavior.
The District attorney's assent to th
order was obtained upon Ray's promise to
"quitbJsiuess and getout or tne Division. -
Edmunds,' Act Offc-nder Count Upon
Kxc-cntlvq Cleincnc.v .
Attorney General Harmon, it is under
stood, has not ye-t made a return to the
President upon the petition of counsel
for pardons in the numerous convictions
under the Edmunds act.
It is generally believed that Mr Cleve
land will pardon those already convicted
because ot the dlsjiarity between the de
cisions or the court In general term and
that ot the court of appeals on the sama
law. The attorneys ot the convicted par
ties are in fact so cermln of the release
or their clients that, it Is said, the hava
decided to let the time ror motion to carry
the case to the supreme court on a wrlft
or error go by and rely solely on cxe -ultra
clemency. i
It was stated yesterday upon pond an-,
thority that both District Attorney Bir
ney and Judge Cole will Join In a plea
Tor the release or tho parlies already
convicted, the stipulation being that all
rtture violators or the law be given tha
rull extent or the penalty.
Three Coupler. Ilcleas,ed Front -Mntrl-inniilal
lionds. liy Judjrc' liniriipr.
Three divorevs were granted veslerday
in equity court, No. 2, Justice Hngner,
presiding, as follows:
Alma SI. Edgcrly obtained a reparation
from he-r husliand, Austiu Edgerly, mi tho
allegation of desertion and aben Tonmenc
The dclcndant Is said to be a clerk in the
War Department, whose residence is given
at Ardwlck, Md.
Virginia Brooke was divorced from Roger
T. Brooke, for alleged unfaithfulness Tha
defendant in this case is a clerk, resldins
at No. 641 B street southwest-
nenry Sherwood was granted his appeal
for a divorce from his wife, Florence W.
Sherwood, upon his plea of r'esertlon.
Inthematterot UosaL.Poudvs.Hallistel'
O- Pond, nn order was entered to commit
the defendant to the custody or the marshal
for the failure to pay alimony and counsel
rees, but Pond was given until November
30 to comply with the original order.
The dclendant is said In lie an eletlriclan,
and his address is staled to be No. 91JJ
F street northwest. '
Clins. Sclmc-lder'H Ilrmil.
Well-known dining cafes and uumcroul
private residences throughout the city art
being supplied Willi bread from Charles;
Schneider's Bakery. 413-415 I streetl
northwest. The most complete dinner II
not enjoyed it the bread served Is of an
Inferior quality, and, on the other hand,
a poor dinner is greatly Improved by th
addition of good, wholesome bread Un
rortunately. the question or good bread
orten sorely perplexes overtaxed hoU6
wives, aud I am gratified to be able to
rercr such to a bakery that can supply
them with bread equal. If not superior, ta
tlie home-made article. J
The enormous consumption or Charlej
Schneider's bread is sufficient proof ot
the excellent quality of the product ot
this especial bakery.
It is enough to say that one trial In-snre-s
for it a permanent place In the bill
ot Tare-
Charles Schneider's bread Is for snlo DJ
all grocers throughout the city i.acn
loar stamped with a red. -white and bln
r zt
f -w.
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