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wsfjJrj'- jjrTsJ?"1 "gsp- -ys"!? -- -iS3gT5eSWgP,-TSi THE JIOKSIKQ' TIMES, FIUD-AYi. KBBRTCART 7, 1896. r E !$$o, VEN the rain does not keep the peo ple away. Those $5, $6 and $7 trousers at 1.75 ' is the magnet that draws the buyers here and cause us to be busier than we ever were be fore in the month of TTebruary. Have you been in yet? HJven if you have no im mediate use for them it will pajr 3'ou to secure a pair or two for future use, for they are just what we claim for them regular $5, $6 and $7 Trousers, and the price is only $3.75 for choice. If you buy a pair and for any cause they don't suit, bring them back and get your mone3T. RQBINSQN.GHHRY&GO. f CLOTHES. 12th and F Sts. A 1 1 KSMUXGS, lH.VJ, bHOlijL HELPS TOJHPEKB Fee System Suggested for Dis pensaries and Hospitals. WORKS WELL ELSEWHERE Health Officer Woodward Believes Many J'erooiiH Would Be Willing to Pay for Services 3fow Mender ed Without Charge HourK-Should Bo Designated for ray Tatlents. Marvelous Values I We can snow greater Clothing values just at pres ent than amT house in "Washing-ton. All our $12, S10, $S and $7 Suits are now Commenting upon the dlscusslou in Con STisa.of the appropriations for charities, anil as n sugKehtion growing out of it, Ilcnlth Officer "Woodward yesterday said toTheTunesthatonesolutionofapartofthe problem, as affecting the dispensaries at least, might he to establish a system of light fees for services rendered persons vliorlimnt xiHvn vf itid it nofcHibluto consult a physician lu caeesof illness. Dr. "Woodward was particular to state that. he was nottp.issing upon the matters brought to the intention of Congiess, and tliat his bugBestion was merely the result ofUicthoughtijbroughtoutbyUie criticisms that had been pubhbhed of the general system. It is his idea that very many persons obtain relief at thedispensariesand hospitals through charity, who could afford to pay a small fee for the service. These persons, hcbellevesTwill be glad of the permission, through a feeling of independence, to com pensate the institution, at least for the medicines dispensed , and in order to increase that sense of independence he thought it would be a good idea to have regular hours set apart for the reception of pay patients. FEES NEED NOT BE LARGE. The fee, he sqld, need not be large not to exceed twenty-five cent- for eacli supply of medicine, to, be governed, however, by circumstancesJior need It be entirely obligatory -to have it paid immediately. That rule, he thinks, could also be made to fit the circumstances. Ten cents Will often meet the expense, and that sum might suf fice, and render a second application un necessary. One great reason for the multiplication of cases at the dispensaries and free wards in hospitals 1b believed to be the in ability of persons to pay a regular phy- o. All our line Cassiraere, Che viot and Tweed Trousers worth up to $5. 00 are now S1.40. H. FRIEDLAKDER & BRO., Cor. 9th and 1! Sts. X. T. HOUSE & HERRMANN, , Removal Reductions, Are still in force at the oM fores, 917, 919, 921 and 923 7th St and 636 Mass. Ave. siclan for a prescription, and a drug store for the medicines prescribed, 'while, aa .a matter of fact, many persons could afford and would prefer to pay 25 cents, or even GO cents, and escape the classification as a pauper. Dr. Woodward named several institu tions where the system had been adopted, -and found to be a, permanent source of revenue, sufficient to meet the entire drug expense of tbexestabllshmcnts. The Johns Hopkins Dispensary, in Baltimore, has had the plan in operation for a number of years with pronounced success. BOUKS FOB TBEU RECEPTION. The dedication of certain hours each morn ing and evening for the pay patients to call, would, be said, be a public notice that those whose attendance within those hours were patrons and persons need not object to be seen going and coming from the institution. In addition, it would prevent contact between this better ele ment and those who, f romjibsolute neces sity, or otherwise, are noL altvaya pleasant objects to contemplate. These last, of course, aro the hapless mendicants, who rarely strive for the amelioration, of their own condition. One institution named by Dr.fc "Wood ward charged often but 5 ccnlSjtfor medi cines, rarely more .than 10 cents, and the revenues thus derived almost paid for the inedicinca furnished. TickeU? were issued, giving name and number, for identifica tion. If lost, an extra charge of 5 cents was made for a duplicate. This .saved the trouble of research, the holder being care ful not to lose 11, and its presentation serv ing in lieu of a prescription label. The patrons pf this institution do not always pay cash. Bills amounting to 50 cents arc sometimes made, and it seldom happens that the establishment suffers a loss from this source- Persons come-In and pay in installments when uiiable to do better. J. B. Bursey obtained a permit yesterday for constructing four brick dwellings, at Nos. 5-1 to 60 NTstrcct EQUtheabt.'to cost $4,000. A Wonder! Wo'offeMUls strongly raaderfull fllze Booker nt n price that plivresrlt -within the roach of overy bOuaojeoper In the district Tor TUUltSDAY ONLY tho prico will bo 99c. Ihis Kocker high hick and rattan seat ",.f....99c This roc'-cor cinnot bo bought la any other store for leas than Sl.OO.t . CASH 0U C1CEDIT. Ohl "What a comfort a mackintosh is. TJItGING A FREE TORT. Austin Corbln Appears in Vtivor of Ono nt Fort 1'ond JJuy. Senator Chandler and Austin Corbin ap peared before the Senate Commerce Com mittee this morning .and advocated a fa vorable report on the bill for the estab lishment of a free port at Fort Pond Bay or elsewhere In the waters of Long Island. In a memorial subsequently laid before A Slump in Rubbers!! To reduce stock we'll sell best Friday and Salurflay Only 40c Ladies' Boys', Misses' TCp! orChlld'3 Kubtera at... JU 1 DOc Men's FoJthold- and OCpI uauuui iiuuu.w-"- j 75c Men's OIo' Kubborfl, cn w!rt nr nnoalO t008, at- OU Men's Storm and LoW Cut Kubbers, any ani'i y- Men'8 & omen's f?C ,' AlnsKaa 0JU KELIABLE SHOE HOUSES. 030-032 7th St.N". W. 10 14-1 0 1 0 T?a. A-v o. X. "W 2!J3 Pa. Avo. S. E. ReJIablo Outfjtters, 415 Seventh St. N. W. EGGS lib. UUH 'the Senate by Mr. Frje, Mr. Corbln sajs the proposition to create a free port at Fort Pond Hay, similar to those existing in Europe nt Hamburg, Bremen and Co penhagen, Is simply a movement to enlarge and evtend the bonded warehouse system as- it exists under the laws of the bill now in force. The projectors of the enter prise say they are willing to go forward at their own expense and improc the hnrbor and maintain the port at their own cost. Ohl What a comfort a mackintosh is. 35c. Davison's Silver Polish, Now 25c. 1 5 Per Cent Off A!! Silver Articles. SILVER-WEEK VP I cant sell as mucli as I tcanl to Iccause of the weather. JEWELER, ilOS R Street. TODAY. Two thousand do?cn more of those good fresh eggs for today. TODAY. Six cents for a two-pound package of best oats is certainly a bargain. Think or it! You pay 10 and 12 for the same elsewhere. TODAY. Levering's and Arbackle's package coffee at 22 cents for today. TODAY. You cannot help but be pleased with those bright, fresh California Evaporated Peaches at 6 cents per-pound TODAY. Best Burbank Potatoes are cheap enough to buy when you can get them for the obo e price Smoothest and choicest stock on the market, 3G cents. TODAY. Cakes at 1 2 cents per pound and an assort ment of any kind Cocoanut Jumbles, Honey Jumbles, Spice Cakes, Fruit Crackers is it not cheaper than you can bake theni? 729 7th St. VVV'VVVVV'VVVVVVV Thousands of Shoes Are Btein Sacrificed We arc now in the midst of the greatest Clear ing Sale of Shoes that our house has ever known. It is not only a clearing- of broken sizes, but a real sacrifice in many of our regular un broken lines. Such prices as these attract crowds of buyers in any kind of weather. This slaughter will be stopped the moment that stock is reduced you can't afford to wait come to-daj' while jour size is here. For Choice of $3, $4 & $5 Shoes Sl.bU FOR LADIES. Wo have taken the balance of our resular S2 and S3 ladles' shoes and placed them on a sepa rate t a b 1 e 1 f your size Is here you can buy them for .. On anothertable are several lots of our S3. S4-. and S5 shoes - all styles all shapes of toe your choice dhO' FOR MEN. Ono of the creat e3t surprises of this sale is In the Men's Department S4, S5 and S6 hand -so wed shoes from our regular stock.... Odds and ends gathered from our S3, S4- and S5 grades of men's. sho3s are being cleared away at "LA TOSCA" AND "LA MASGOTTE" SHOES. Theladiesknow that these Shoes are the pride of ourliouse that they have never been sold for less than $3.9S a pair. -During this sale they are reduced for the first time to - .2.87 They are equal to the best $5 shoes in this city all sizes all shapes of toe made of best Vici Kid button or laced hand-sewed. Hurry if you want a pair for $2.87. Family Shoe Store, 3(0-312 Seventh St. N. W, 313 Eighth St i V',Wi0 vws I c-iuiiJ.in mjwniuiin inuiiiiiin i . . ... ji, mm im i- I II II i in i " I . . im-fTwTM mi mu ruin nmi i l I " " ' ' i i mi mi H linn in i I ilnnn nrmiH uLxuJj ViI-"j ""' -'"" ' - ' ' ' " " -n, iw'u.a.'i iTT.'ji i. -i"i imf mi BBCTag3aaaBBraagEgng I p . . And, the weather-wise folks at the Observatory predict no less than SO days more of this clothes-destroying weather. The Rosenthal Rub ber Co. wholesale Mackintosh manufacturers of Boston, Mass., have opened the fine stores 403-405 Seventh street, where they will dispose of their entire manufactured stock of Fine Ladies' and Men's Mackintoshes at 25 per cent of the regular prices. The goods were all made for this season, but the previous fine weather of this winter left them like dead stock on our hands now it's too late to wholesale them. Of Thousands of Ladies' Mack ! intoslies at $1 and up ave your c!otfi8s from ruin rain Thousands of Men's Coats SALE COMMENCES AT 8 O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP TODAY. MOTE STYLES AND PRICES FOR MEN. , Gentlemen's Rubber Gum Coats. Some with velvet collars and satin lined. Sizes 34 to 48. Wholesale price, $3.75. Sale'price : ., .."...., Gents' Double Texture Mackintosh Coats. "With long- capes. Wholesale price, S8.00. Sale price . $1.00 2.50 3.50 5.00 7.50 - Don't Miss the Opening Chance at 8 6'Glock this A. M.t Gentlemen's Imported Mackintosh Coats. Made up box style, double breasted, velvet collars, stitched, strapped, cemented. Wholesale price, $12.50.- Sale price .. Gents' Heavy Storm Coats, With long- military cape lined with all wool material very handsomely made and finished. Wholesale price, $20. Sale price .. .."".. .......... ."".... Gentlemen's Imported Mackintoshes. - Very fine, high grade, latest style, blue black cassimere, tricos and meltons, silk lined sleeves, velvet collars. Wholesale price, $22?50. Sale price FOR LADIES. Ladies' Mackintoshes. Latest-styles, 'with long military capes. Wholesale price, 3.75, Sale price. Ladies' High Grade Storm Coats. Madcof imported cloth, in black, blue and gray mixture, air woolf "Wholesale price,$5.75. Sale price i Ladies' Imported Double Textures. Lined throughout with" -all "woolen linings of all colors. Wholesale "price, $13.50. fSale price Special attention is called to this very fine lot of Ladies' Imported Two-cape Mackintoshes. Garments all double textures, colors black and blue. Wholesale price, $1830., Sale P"ce ,,..,. S1.00 1.50 2.50 4.50 Children's Rubber and Mackintosh Clothing sold at any price. Open Evenings. BE ON TIMEI ROSENTHAL RUBBER EO.. 403-405 7th Street -aHMHBa-BnaBBinHff-s-GBnBEaGaaM -- -i-TV ' y- t'-. jt - -c-j vS-iyv r , TS jrt . -HjlU: aAlif TiJE "T'4"!fc''i- fJ&53"ii