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THE MOBOTSTGr TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1S97.
The Busy Corner, Sth and Market Space ny Man S.KANN,S0NS&G0. or boy in need of wearing- apparel of any sort laJn the biggest kind of luck, for you dan take your pick of every Suit every pair of Trousers every Overcoat every Ulster every DreE3 Suit every, . Hat and Cap every pair of Shoes all Winter Underwear every "Wblte and Fancy Shirt every Col lar and Cuff every Necktie svery pair of Gloves and all other wear ables at ONE-THIRD OF"" of regu lar prices. Everything in the entiro store is Included. Every article is of the newestand best styles made ana of our usual nigh quality, and are as fully guaranteed now during the DISSOLUTION sale as if you paid full price, which means that the money will bo cheerfully re funded for any article not entirely satisfactory. Solinson, CIieiT & Co. 12th and F Sts. N. W. TTTnTTTm7TmniiiHHrmnMrmmmTmY ULSTERS, I The very sune quality anil styl e other S reopie cuarge 51- lor. 3 t 3 P NpwVnrlr PinlhinoTTnncp a a 311 Seventh St- 3uiiimumiuiiiiiiu uiiiiuuimii 11111111$ .1 now on it's the great 0J0 and 9 27th St iliawinter Shoe livent JSS3SSSS3SSSS33 Spend less for your Jucl burn Coke the most economical, cleanest and gj cheaicst fuel knowi. The ma- gj joiltvof 1 ousckceners will burn g Coke this ear. hy shouldn't gj Jou- 40 Bu. uncrushed Coke, $2.90 g 40 Bu. crushed Coke, $3.70 Washington Gaslight Co., & 413 TEXTH STICEfcT N. W. g Or Win. J. Zeb. 320 20th St. N. W. 0 li'hoao HO.) SEXSGGGX?- S3SSX3SSSSSS3Q OUR anti-swear but tonholes save time and ".our finger-nails. Our nure white fchirt-frOnts pivo periect satisiac- -' cuff, Hre nicely match ed in wlntcncss. t'ostar brings our -wagon promptly. A trial so licited. T0LUAN ,JSIiv fclXTH and C sts. e3GG)G)5X3GG)SGXD(S3GSG5SS3S This '6 the store whero Your credit is good." Profit by the experience of others. Our big- ariny of pa trons oug-lit to mean, something to 3ou. If we can suit them we certainly can suit you in quality and price. Everything- that fur nishes a house. HOUSE & HERRMANN I Liberal Furnishers, Cor. 7th and I Sts. SSSSSX3(2GSSGSSGX3SX3G)23 LL WOOL $1.50 PANTALOONS, TM "RP ' Q Seventh St. and W. 0 Qffe. .fe- tVife &. Q 4 CL.KAKIXG 0 I'ltlCKs. i A fine lot of Men's Overcoats, one or A two sizes of a kind, satin lined and ? body lined -with casiuiero, worth S. ilt. p 12 and some tl today at S3 oo i One lot Mcn' Storm UH ers stn.ng- Iv made warm and comfortaulcworth 0 is to tlu toJay "...83.DO a i A few left of those speci d Heavy- V weight Oassiinero ults for inon v A worm ;C to SI today. . &2.50 A cparatctaivcs or our t to tio iirira Suits,ahlgvaiictyandstd higgervalne (? yonr choice today for..., ....S."t.00 A H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO. 4 0 Corner Ninth ami I Sts v ' Ceresf Tlour makes more Bread, Snakes whiter Bread, makes better Bread, than any other flour manu factured. Beware of imitations of the Brand "Ceres." FOB SAX.E BY AIX GROCERS. DR. HAINES JOX.UX SPECIFIC CURES DRUNKENNESS It can lie chen nitliont the knoulcdcre of tlic patiput incofiW.. tea or articles of food; will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether the patient ia mnderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Hook of particulars free, to be lud of F. P. William. A. Co.. pih F Stv. . W V .ttesla., D. C. GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO., Prop's. Cincinnati. 0. K3J-V.'riic rcr Uieir F.ooi. cu llcrjihitc Iliblt," milled free 00 Jmxi & J . KeSesH BONA FiDECmCULAT10N, The circtilut on .t The Times for the weeli ended January 8, 1807, whs hh follow.: Saturday, January 'Z... ........ :JU,4-1 Sunday, Junuury 3 24,040 3Iomlny, January 4. '15,777 Tuesday, January 5 JIU.'M- VedneNrtay, January (.. ...... J(',-08 Thursday, Jauunry 7 .... 115,840 Friday, Junuury 8. 3(1,351) Total copies printed.... 1M1.U10 Less damaged eoplps.copie.s unsold In office und copies returned from newt stands and branch of flees. 14,802 Total UliU.318 I hereby certify that the above is a correct statement of circula tion for the week ended Jan. 8. 1807. WLLX.1AM 1 LiEECII, Jlanajier of Circulation. Advertisers are cordially invited to visit our press and mailing rooms at all times und verify the above statement. City Brevities Superintendent McKciimo of the street anil alley cleaning de'inrttnent it. ia New York on official business. Terry II. Carson was yesterday appointed an in.pectorin the health department, with compensation at the rate of 4 per day. A meeting of the Baptist Young People's Union will be held tonight Itev. J. R. "Willinghatn will address the meeting. Titian J. Coffee of Pennsylvania, aged sixty-five years, formerly prominent in Pennsylvania politic,, died here yesterday afternoon. Comptroller Eckels yesteiday appointed Charles II. Springer receiver of the -Merchants' National Bank, of Devilslake, N. D., recently failed. The Secretary of 'War lias awaided to Hughes Bros. & Bangs, of Syracuse, N. Y., the contract for the extension of the Buffalo breakwater, at $l,7G5,4ui. The sum of $75 was allcted yesterday from the police relief fund to defray the funeral expense's incurred for the late Private L. B. Hathaway. Formal order was made yesterday for 'fining private Seltz and Buscher of the fire department for violation of the rules, as heretofore noted in The Times. ' It was ordered by the Commissioners yes terday that the Baltimore and Ohio Ball road Company be requested to repair Its crossings at K and G streets northeast, Jjyplunking them over solidly. The Virginia Republican Association held arnnTTC5tlng meeting last night to de- tccmiuewlicthcr they would participate in the inaugural ceremonies of the President elect. Tt was decided to do so. Secretary Roger Williams of the excise board was at his desk today for the first time since the accident to hl" ankle, over seven weeks ago. He is obliged to use crutches. President George W. Stewart of Eman cipation Historical and Celebration As sociation has issued a call for a mass meeting to be held at Green's Hall, for the purpose of electing a chief marshal. THEY WANT RIGHT OF WAY. Washington and Gettysburg Klec tric Railway Project Discussed. The Commissioners gave a hearing yes terday to" representatives of the proposed -Washington -and Gettysburg Electric Rail road, the incorporators of which are seek ing a righTbf way through the District. The route selected is from the north eastern boundary line, at or near the inter section with"the Sargent road, thenrc to the Bunker lull road, and to Rrookland at Twelfth street. From there the road will rim south to Dahlgren Circle, thence by Delaware avenue extended, or by some other route to be designated by the Cotn-miss-ioncrsj to the intersection of II street cast and Delaware avenue. It is proposed, among other things, that a terminal statijn shall be built at the intersection of New York avenue and Boundary. The road will run from the intersection of Boundary with Sargent road, to Sandy Springs. It was stated today that the money to build and equip the road will be forthcoming as soon as the bill of incorporation is passed, and it is proposed, when constructed, to furnish transportation from the boundary to any point. k DANGEROUS COUNTERFEIT. A Twenty-Dollar Silver Certificate Discovered at the Treasury. A very dangerous counterfeit has been dis covered by the officials at the Tieasury Department. If is a $20 United States silver certificate of the series of 1891 , with check letter B, plate number, G; J. Fount Tihnan; Register, D. X. Morgan, Treasurer; portrait of Daniel Manning, and small scalloped seal. Tiie fine shade lines of all the lettering arc not clearly defined. The portrait of Daniel Manning does not stand out in re lief as in the genuine, especially is this true of the hair, making it, almost impossible to discern where the hair ends and the shade begins. The paper on which this counterfeit iB printed is of good quality, the silk threads of the genuine being imitated hy heavy pen and Ink lines on back of note. The President's Nominations. The President today sent to the Senate the followifiK nominations: Capt. William T. Sampson, TJ- S. N., to be chief of the Bureau of Ordnance; Commander Joseph B. Coghlan, eaptainf Lieut. Commander William I. Moore, commander; Passed Assistant. Engineer William N. Little, chief engineer; Assistant Engineer Cleland X. Of fley, passed assirtantcngineer; Lieut. Col. George W. Candee, to be colonel, and assistant paymaster general in the Army; Major Alfred E. Bates, to be lieutenant colonel aud deputy paymaster general. Elsie Ereglo'.s Portrait. An oil portrait of little Elsie Kreglo, -who was brutally murdered in Bock Cicek Park last summer, is on exhibition in the window of Williams' drug store, corner Hinth and F streets. The picture was painted by Mrs. Charlotte Lewis from verbal descriptions of the murdered child, but nevertheless the family consider the likeness a very pood one. The Kreglo family- express- themselves as most grateful to the artist for f uriiishinfr them with this likeqess of their dear one. Potomae Company May String "Wires. The Potomac Electric Power Company obtalned-a permit yesterday for the string ing of twelve "wires beneath the loadway of E street-bridge" across Rock Creek as a means'of connecting the conduit systems of the company, the usual conditions being imposed. Director Preston Returns Mr. Preston, director of the United States mint, has returnedfrorr. Philadelphia, wlide he spent yesterday i.i consultation with Superintendent Kn-tz. or the Philadelphia, mint, respecting--cslDage. See the windowid Every Washington totally eclipsed ! Shoe prices have gone agiimmering. Sales are in progress all over the town, We have laid low until now, busy with the work of great preparation. Now we are ready. We startle the town this morning with the literally true announcement that we shall sell Ladies' $5 shoes at NINETY-SEVEN CENTS; Ladies' $2.5o patent leather Oxfords at NINETY-SEVEN CENTS; Ladies' $1.50 to $2.50 Kid Oxfords, Strap and Opera Slippers at THIRTY-FIVE CENTS; Ladies' Web House Slippers at SEVEN CENTS. Never mind how we do it. Believe our word and come quickly to secure a pair. We stand behind'every pair with our guarantee. Here they are: $5 Shoes dt 97c Jiegidar $5 quality we guarantee it Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes some with vici kid tops others ivith cloth or calf tops both lace and button. Most ele gant quality, make and finish A to E in all sizes at 97 cents. $1.50 and $2 Shoes at 35c Regular $1.30 and $2 quality Ladies Oxfords, Strap and Opera Slippers in vici kid grand values. They go at 35 cents. This pj'ice is too extraordinary to need much desc7'iption. STOI J JS "810" Seventh CITIZENS FAVOR A CHANGE Propose to Abolish the Ofllee of Superintendent of Charities. The Xortheaht Association Adopts n Resolution for Organization of a Board of Fifteen. The Northeast Washington Citizens' As sociation took action, at its regular meet ing last night, in favor or abolishing the orfice of superintendent of qlmrltiesand. in Tavor of the organization of a board of charities for the District, instead. A resolution was adopted prescribing that the board proposed shall conslht of fifteen members, to bo appointed by the Commis sioners, and to serve for three years with out compensation. It is also a part or the plan that onQ third of the members of the board shall be appointed for one year, one-third for two years, and the remainder Tor three years, and that the District shall be divided into fiftep wards, one member to be selected front each. The Commissioners are to provide suit able quarters for the accommodation of the board, and to appolnti upon the recom mendation, a citizen to serve as secretary, who shall have charge of the office, and receive compensation for his services. A copy of this resolution wns ordered to be sent to the Committee on Appropriations of the Senate and Bouse, and to the Com missioners. The association expressed itself as in hearty accord with those who are mov ing for the appointment of a citizen of East Washington as one of the two Com missioners of the District soon to be chosen. The committee appointed at a reccntmeet ing to take this matter in charge was con tinued, with the view of co-operating with the East Washington Association to ac complish the purpose. A resolution was adopted strongly in dorsing the recommendation of the Com missioners as contained in. their estimates for the ensuing year for an appropriation of ?2r0,000 to provide manual training schools. An amendment was offered, however, In creasing the number of such schools to three and piovidlng that one or the three shall be located in East Washington. President Tucker made reference to the bioad-mindcd, comprehensive report sub mitted by the Commissioners to Congress upon the Baltimore and Ohio viaduct bill, and expressed his gratification that fo able a presentation of the question had been made. On motion of A. B. F Balsten, it was directed that a committee of three be ap pointed on charity, and that such com mittee, when appointed, be instructed to see that East Washington shall receive Its share of the public fund1:, ir any, which may be available Tor charitable purposes. Upon the general subject of charity, a general discussion arose, and the general sentiment expressed was strongly com mendatory of the police method of afford ing relier, as against any other. Remarks on that line were made by Messrs. Tucker, Frizzell, Chappel and others, and as an instance or the efficiency of the police department the story recently printed in The Times was quoted, in which it was shown that a case of destitution was reported, investigated, and relief furnished, all in less than an hour. Election of Directors. Atthe annual meeting or the stockholders or the Anacoslia Street Railway Company held jesterday at the orrice of the presi dent.H. A. Griswold, Anacostla,therolIov ing directors were elected: H. A. Griswold, J. E. Holley, B. C. McCauley, Benjamin F. Minor, Thomas G. Smithson, J. C. Whalen. and H. C. Wells The directors will choose orricers at the next session of the board. The following directors were chosen yes terday at the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Washington Brick Company Jield j-csterday at the off tea of the president, No. 1420 New York avenuei T. L. Hol brook, Anthony Follok, William F. Mat tingly, Charles ,T. Ball, George H. B. White. Dr. D. S. Evans, Nathaniel Wilson. The directors will meet on Thursday to elect officers. Cure That Cold Before it undermines your health and opens the path to more serious trouble. It Ik done quickly and pleasantly with Tharp's "Berkeley'" Whisky. ?1 qt. It of ' gyc patent leather Oxford. Ash for the $5.00 Ask for the Web House Slipper at yc. ", Shoe sale Ladies' Web House HARYEY WILD WITH GRIEF Sad Sequel of the Shooting of Little Clara Armor. Meeting of the Alexandria Business Men's- League Site Purchased for Xov Industrial School. The funeral or little Clara Estelle Armor, who was accidentally shot and killed by her brother-in-law ,Mr. William U. Harvey, on Sunday ar(entoon; will take place this afternoon at 230 o'clock from the home of her father, Mr,' Georgt Armor, at the corner of Duke and Lee streets. Notwith standing the factrthat Harey has been exonerated by the coroner's Jury, the ter rible tragedy preysupon his mind, and his friends are in constant fear that he will do himself bodily- injury- Mrs. Harvey, who witnessed the sad afralr, is critically i'l. At the annual meeting of the Independent Mutual Fire Insurance Company, held in this city yesterday) the following directors were elected: J. W. .Roberts, John Ball lnger, George B.Ivcs, C. A. Wilkins, B. P. Dodge, 0. Baker, ,0. J. Sager, S. Bolyn, E. J. Nichols, Dri E. L. Detweiler, W. II: May, William Cuaunccy and D. W. Ballmger. The directors elected the following officers: James W. Roberts, president; Walter Roberts, treasurer; C. Lukins, secretary; J. W. Roberts, C. F. Wilkins and John Ballin gcr, executive committee. The losses reported during the past year amounted to $9,714.72. The Fairfax Club has elected the follow ing officers: President, George B.Cochran; -vice president, Judge J. K. M. Norton; and secretary and treasurer, Harry Yohe. Mr. William II. Cookson, engineer of the New Alexandria spoke factory, has gone South on a IcavMof absence. The grand jury of the corporation court, with George R, Hill as foreman, yesterday returned the following indictments: Talcas Tate, Harry Gambrick and William Sanders, for robbing the store of II. H. Blount, a true bill; William Arrington and J. Hender son, for burglarizing the stole of R. W. French, a true bill. In the cases of George Chichester, charged with robbing Lefer Blouse, and Harrle Fountain, charged with attempted criminal assault, the jury re turned not a true bill. - The grand jury also recommended that John Triplett, colored, a witness in a robbery case, be indicted for perjury, and also that Wesley Williams be included in the indictment with Tate, Gambrick, and Sanders. Acting upon this recommendation, Policemen Bettis, .Knight, and Goods yes terday evening arrested Lewis Carrington, Wesley Williams, Caleb Thompson, and Thomas Ferrall, on suspicion of being Im plicated in the Blount robbery. John Tnp lett was also arrested, and will be given a preliminary examination before the mayor today. In the police court yesterday, James Davis, colored, arrested by Officer "Roberts, charged with assaulting Eettie Quill, in April lost, was fined $10; John Suther land, for assaulting William Studds, was fined $2.75. Mr. "William H. Lambert has returned from a visit to St. Louis. Mr. Eugene Rogers has returned from a visit to Fairfax Courthouse. & Miss Mamie Stokes is the guest of Miss Sallie Daingerfield. Miss Mary A. Marshall has returned to her studies, at Kee Mar College, Hagers town, Md., after spending the holidays with her parents in this city. Mr. Charles D. Sterling, who has been the guest of Mr. Powell Minnegerode, has returned to his home in Baltimore. Magnus L. Robinson, secretary' of the John Hay Industrial School, yesterday purchased from M. B. Hailow & Co. two lots of ground at the corner of Tatrick and Montgomcryi-strcets Ton $450. It is the purpose or the school to erect a build ing on the nuwlyncquired property in the near future. The funeral of the late Lawrence W. Corbetttook place from St. Mary's Church yesterday morning." The pall-bearers were Messrs. Park Agnew, J. L. Crupper, M. B. Harlow, Thomas Bayne, George Keegan and T. J. Rafferty. Itev. Father Carne conducted the funeral services and paid a high tribute to Mr. Corbett when a stu dent at St. John!s Academy, of which Mr. Carne was the. principal. The remains were interred in" St. Mary's Cemetery. The gymnasium or the local council of the Brotherhood of St.SA.ndrew was opened at in $3 Shoes at 97c Regular Sj quality we guarantee it Ladies' Fine Patent Leather Oxfords lined with white kid ex quisitely, made veiy suitable for evening ivear. While they lasfyat gj cents. $3 Shoes, $1.73 The nezvest and most fashionable of 1897 season footwear for ladies. Elegant goods that are just in from the best makers in the East. Cloth-top Button Finest Vici PCid Shoes reduced from $3 to $1.73 B to E all sizes. 7 Slippers, 7 cents. Temporary office of The Julius Zamburyh Furniture and Carpet Co., 1S31-13S3 II Street iy. W. We would respectfully call the attention of all indebted to us to call at above, number and settle their accounts at once, as our entire stock icas totally de-Ux stroyed by fire on December SSlh. We are arcatly in need qf money. Tour prompt response icill be greatly appreciated by " Yours respectfully, THE JULIUS LAXSEU&GH FUIiXITUIlE AXD CARPET CO. m m Sarepta Hall last night The hall hasbuen handsomely fitted up and equipped with all necessary paraphernalia, and will doubt less be well patronized. There was a large representation of the membership of the new organization present last night. The committee In charge of the gymnasium will give an entertainment at the Opera House on the 'Sth instant for the benefit of the new institution. In the corporation court yesterday in the ease of II. C. Smith vs. the Old Dominion Fire Association, application for nn In junction and for ttie appointment of a re ceiver was denied. An order was entered, however, enjoining the company from dis posing of certain stock alleged to belong to Smith. The annual banquet of the Royal Ar canum will be held at Armory hall tonight. A special meeting or the Young Men's Sodality Lyceum will be held tonight. A class in stenography, composed or pu pils or Lee school, was opened in Tea body Hall last night by Miss Carne. A largely-attenaed meeting or the Busi ness Men's League was held at their rooms last night. The' committee appointed to consider the advisability or an excursion to Harrisonburg made a partial report, and was continued with power to call a special meeting or the league. The following of ficers were re-elected for the ensuing year: President, M. B. Harlow; first vice presi dent, I. Eichbcrg; second vice president, Worth HuUish; secretary, William F. Carne; treasurer John W. May. At a regular meeting or Alexandria DivisionNo. 1, AncientOrder of Hibernians, yesterdaj arterr.oon.sixnew members were initiated into the order and three ap plications Tor membership were received. The funeral of the late Charles Henry Kersey took place jesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from No. 203 Cameron street. The funeral was attended by the members of the order of Junior United American Mechanics. The remains of the late George "V. Mc Cracken, who died in Baltimore, were btojghtr here from Washington yesterday afternoon and interred. The funeral took place from St. Mary's Church. The horse attached to a carriage driven by a young man named McKinney ran away on North Washington street yester day afternoon. McKinney was thrown out and received painful injuries on his head. The vehicle was somewhat damaged. Supreme court decision. Successor of Federal Executive Is "Sot Held by Injunction. The United states Supreme Court yester dayin an opinion by Justice Gray, held that nn application for an Injunction against an executive officer .of the government was vacated by his death or resignation. The court maintained in an Oregon land case against Secretary Hoke Smith that the successor of an executive officer against whoma mandaniusorinjunctlon wassought- was not responsible in the matter. As Mr. Smith had ceased to be Secretary or the Interior the court would not con sider the application with reference to Secretary Francis. Mr. Lamoreux is still commissioner or the land office, but the court held that he could not be responsible for what Mr. Smith had done. 31r. Minuix Denies. Mr. W. S. Minnix, who was quoted by Rev. Hugh T. Stevenson, before the excise board at a recent hearing,. as having said that Inspector Woodward used his in fluence in favor of saloons in Anaeostia, came personally to the board yesterday and denledthathe hadsald what wasattriblited to him. A denial was also made by Mr. Jordan, who was charged by aman named Beach with bribing him to sign Ids ap proval o the application. - Shoes- at gyc. ....'. ""H i Trousers Just one of onr Jannary induco meats to trv our hn.i- to Measure, $2,50. gaindv Porf ect litting trousers gnol material. This is a ready-matlo prico lor a npecially-inado garment. HERTZ & MERTZ, New Era Tailors, 9o6 F Street. Boston Fire Sale Goods saved from the big Boston fire some slightly damaged most of them in perfect condition. Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Furnishings Men's "Brown CliincltillaStonn ff Q "T r Ulsters, worth S12, for 4)Q. Q Men's Salts, worth SS and S10 jJZ.Ou Mou's Suits, worth S13 toS15.. 40.UU Young Men's Suits 4Z.Z0 Worth S8.-T5 32 to 33 chest measure. Men's Heavy Cassimero Pants.... bUC Heavy BnVbrlcgnn Unrterwear... ZUG Worth Sl.00. 25c Neckties , JQ S4niul S3 Men's Shoes UOC $5.50, SG and S7 Men's Shoes. $ , O BOSTON FIRE SALE, James L. Warren. Manager. 225 PENNA. AVENUE, Iiet.2dandMSt9., odd. Botanical Gardens TWO T0UNG TRAMPS. They Come Over From Baltimore to See the Capltul. Two infantile tramps were last night quartered in the Avitiiess-room of the Xew Jersey a'enue station-house until their parents can be notiried or their hereabouts The lads reached the city about 6 o'clock last evening on the platform of a 'blind" baggage car from Baltimore over the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. As the train slowed up for its entrance into the Xew Jeraej avenue, station the boys alighted at B street and walked up the hill to First street. Atthe corner they came to-the store kept by Patrolman Langley. The youngsters entered the place and asked for something to eat. The attention of Mr. Langley, who hap pened to be in the house ai'the time, was called to the boys. He readily saw that they had run away from home, and Im mediately took them away-to the Sixth precinct. At the station-house the tlder, lad gave his name as Benjamin Weeks, and' said his home was In Baltimore, and the only name the other ga,e was "Pete." The boys acknowledged, that they had run away rrom home, aud -had stolen thein way to this city on a "blind?' baggage car. Thoy said that they had heard a great deal about Washington-ami that they grew very anxious to see the wonderful city. Inspector ffollinberger, of the central detective orrice, will today notify the Baltimore police of the whereabouts of the lads In order that their parents may be located. The boys willhea be sent back to Baltimore. " We Are selling- Ladies' Under wear this week at new prices. Everything" special for this occasion. CORSET COVERS Ladies Cambtlc Con-et Covers, either plain or edged with Hamburg, finished with pearl buttons, square neck, mall sizes. Tha regular 2Cc kind. For This Occasion, 15c. Ladies' Cambric C orset Covers. In square, V or round shape, with either lace or em broidery around neck and armhoie. Tha regular 3yc kind. For This Occasion, 29c. DRAWERS. Ladles' Muslin Drawers, cluster of tucks and 3-lnch rultle or embroidery- The 390 kind. For This Occasion, 2oc Ladles Muslin Drawers, cambric orlrisr. pome ruffles; also the umbrella style in eluded in the assortment. The 50c kind. For This Occasion, 39c Ladles' Drawers, made of the bestmuslin or cambric, cluster of tucks, with deep rut fleorembrotdery or lace, extra size ot either cambric or muMin alio In this lot. Th regular G9c kind. For This Occasion, 49c. GOWNS. Ladies' Gowns, Hubbard style, made ot pood mu.viin, tuc ked and embroideredyokea. ThereguIaroOcklnd. ; For This Occasion, 39c Ladies Hubbard Gowns. Empire and T styles, inserting and tucked 3 okes, embroid ered ruff lies nro md neck and sleeves. Iho regular 69c kind. , For This Occasion, 49c. CHE3V1SSES. Ladlca'CliemisiiS. made of Capitol bleached muslin, yoke of tucks and cambric em hioidery. round, square or V style. ThQ, regular G9c value. 1 For This Occasion, 49c Ladies' Cambric Chemises, nainsook, em htoidered jokes, also edged around neck: and arm holes: alj extra length India lawn, with lace and embroidery trimming. Tba--regular 3-1 kind. t For This Occasion, 79c. SKIRTS. Ladies' Muslin Skirts, fe-inch cambrio ruffle and edged with embroidery. The regular G9c kind. For This Occasion, 49c Ladies' L'mbrella style, 12-inch lawn ruffle, with 2-inch cambric edge; also 8 inch Irish ront ruffle, with cluster of tucks. The regular 7Cc kicd. For This Occasion, 59c. SECOD IO.OOU ANNEX. .KANN,SONS&C0. 8th and Market Space. a ffl Mayer & Pettit. S il Reliable Outfltters. 7 (3 f Roomy g I Rocker, f Rattan-seated, sol- 8 g idlj constructed, a 0 a most comfortable g chair. Only iBOOrt $ Carpets and Furniture- n Heavy Inzrain Carpet: price TCp S gj per yaid ZOu ft ? Large Meat Forks, price only. Jju 2 J? Very handsome OafcBsd- T I Cfl 4' (5 room Suite 4lH0U U ?9 Good Velvet Carpet, price per Qfln rt 49 yai 3uu g Splendid C-piece Parlcr ff IQ flfl w Suite, only..... ilo.UU MAVCT P. MrrTTT 6 9 wmiJ-lv lwul 5 ifi Reliable Outfitters, 47 415-417 7th St. N.W.fraj! fcj 45 Dress Suits Garner & Go. FOR HIRE. Cor 7:H noil :ts. N.TT. SQSS5SSQGSS0SSc35SSSSGQ I " Electric Light I-Advertising" by means, of signs or devices is tha g smartest kind of after-dark advertia- S Ing for stores, saloons, etc You sap- g p y the sign wc supply tho electric g current. Canwe answcranyqnestlons? I IL S. Electric Lighting Oo. 213 14th St. N. W. 'Phono 77. eeessss5s5SSG!e0SGe3sss Arbuckle's Package Coffee 16Kc Beat Granulated Sugar -IJc Best 12-cent Butterlne Aia Best Sugar-cured Shoulders 3&c JohnstonsTno Tth. St. Every W T V.'inter Suit an J gr Overcoat at exactly ( 12 1 Regular marked prices for t CASH. f M. DYREHFORXH & CO . k SX Pa. Ave.. J Under Metropolitan P Hotel. r C k