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In Mimi'k HATS, TOP COATS, and
2 ECKTTEAlt are ready. Not few
Myles, but ti COMPLETE line.
Xwest Htylcs ami fabrics in Toil
Coats cut, made uml will fit to per
fection SXO to SS5-W sizes and
All the correet sliune.s in menVs
Berbys, Knox, Dimlup, Xoumatis,
$1.50, S2, Jf3, nnd S4. 50e to $1
Knvort on each hat from exclusive
lint store prices.
The Stetson special 1h only S-
HKKE ?n everywhere else.
Fedoras all newest shades
blnclc, brown, golden brown, seal
brown, nutria, and pearl, $1.50
to 4.
See our Xeckwenr at GOc. ft''
full of the same styles, patterns,
nnd qualities that you'll find marked
75e in nay other store in town.
RQbinson&Cherv G
Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Shoes,
12ih and F Sis-
JOKilSTOSS, 728 7th St I
Eggs, 12c
1,300 dozen eggs, everv egg
guarantecl. special price today,
i"i l-'J cents.
Coffee Exhibit
lomorrow we will nerve Lever
ins s delicious Coffee with fre.-h
Cream. Try a cup, Tree to every
Levering'Sj 15 c
Tne pouni packages of Lever
ing s !i;!irii:ftctMi large grain pack
age Col fee today, 15 1-2 cents
per package. Uet a list of the
premiums piven for Levering mono
grams cut rrom tlie wrapper.
Arbuckie's, !5Kc
llm A r!mnl.-1j'e Pnffm wr coll 'c
tjetter than can re liad anywhere
in the city because we sell It so
fast at the above price it Is per
fectly fresh.
5 lbs Sugar Free
Toclav our special will be 0
pounds or ter-t sugar tree with
the purchase of 3 puuuds of Java
and -Mocha Corfee.
Ca'. Evap.Fe:ches, 6jc
Large, ripe, bright California
lvuporale:l Peaches, worth 15
cents, to go touay as a special at
ti!-- cents.
Conde sz& M Ik, 7c.
'I lie Star Brand Condensed .Milk
today 7 cents per nn. Baby
t-iaiil ibel for infant hi at 5J cents
hist amx sTAHtn, r.-.
"J he large 5-cent Lunettes of best
Kindling wood is a special. 3 cents.
5 l'Oi .MIS SUGAR FRi li.
5 pounds of sugar will be given
Tree lue.ich purchaser ol one puond
of o'i-cer.t Tea tcdav.
SI Alt SOAP, 1! l-2e.
liOHAX SOAP, 2 l-2e.
These Sojps are the Satge 5-cent
ekes, au'i two tr the best known
and greatest sellers in the world
half prices todnt. J l-'J cents.
I'ChLliS. lir-SI OATS, Tc.
'Ihe large package or t est Oats,
7 cents per package today.
25e (AiiPi.'f i;i;OO.ms, 10..
HI-ST liru: P.rTTEHIXK, 14i
We pre giving awav china ware,
consisting of 100-piece decorated
china dinner sets, tea t-ts. toilet
sets, goul band plates, cups and
saucers, etc.
These are given on the premium
cants. Get a premium card and
rull instructions at our office.
lite chinawarc is being given
out every day bring your com
pleted premium cards and get din
ner sets, etc., now ready for de
livery. JOHNSTONS, T29 Tth St.
E -
Think this over!
The cost of furnishing
rooms now is more than
Paid for in rental reve
nues. Rudderfs help is:
Payments, so easy tlial your
room renter s rent exceeds
payments we exact, and
we "exact" only what's
your convenience.
513 Seventh Street N. W.
, Than "Were Ever Uttered in This City.
H. Friedlander &. Bro..
NINTH AN U E S 1 S. N. "W.
"The First Battle"
For Sale at the
Times Counting- Room.
Price . . $1.50.
1 $100,000 Worth of Men's 1
Suits and Overcoats
at Ridiculous Prices.
B Don't wait until the best is
l GONE come today and have 3
fyour choice of tho cream of this a
splendid stock. : j
M. Byrcnforth. & Co.,
1 621 Penna. Ave. N. W.
Tho circulation of Tho Times for
tho -weelr ended March 5, 1807,
was as follows:
.Snttirday, February 27.... 3-1,050
Sunday, February 28 24,1)30
Monday, March 1 '. 35,010
Tuesday, March 2 30,185
Wednesday, March 3 44,(150
Thursday, March 4 75,138
Friday, March 5 00,100
Total copies printed 312,843
Less damaged copies, copies
unsold in office and copies
returned from news
wtands nnd branch offices. 10,140
Total 290,703
I hereby certify that the above
Is n correct statement of circula
tion for the week ended March 5,
Manager of Circulation.
Advertise! s are cordially invited
to vlsitour press and mailing rooms
nt nil times and verify the above
A -writer in "Fame" says: 'The
more -we study advertising the more
must we come to the conclusion that
it is a psychological art, and that no
mail -who lias not the faculty of read
ing his fellows will ever make much of
a success of it." But every man,
says the Philadelphia Recoid, is leilile
in the particular that he wants the most
for Iiia money, and wants to know
where to get it. Adveitising fur
nishes this information; and its suc
cess itoes not depend on psycttoicgj or
hypnotism except in to far as those
occultisms inhere in the homely vir
tues of frankness, simplicity, clear
ness and recognition of the fact that
the 'reader's hump of self-interest is
always the dominant bump on his cra
nium. Citv Brevities
The trqes and shrubbery of Lincoln Park
are being cut and tiimnied preparatory to
the spring growth.
The side tracks laid on the Mahonc lot
for the accommodation of sleepers during
the inauguration are being torn up.
"William Skiprington, arraigned on four
counts of jictty larceny, was aentenced to
one year in jail by Judge ililler yester
day. John Dogan has been appointed an addi
tional private of the police foice Tor duty
south pf K street northwest, between Four-and-a-hair
and South Capitol streets.
Mr. Harry. Friedlander, the well-known
clothing merchant, left for Carson City
Monday night to visit his brother, who
resides there.
Bj the will of the late Charlotte Q
Sinoot. riled for piobate yesterday. Edward
L. Sinoot, a sou, is made sole beneficiary
and executor. The paper was dated July
23. 1804.
The encampments cf the Union Veteran
Legion of this city will pay a fraternal
visit to their comrades in Baltimore this
evening, the anniversary of the organiza
tion in the Intter city.
The late Matthew c. Baxter's will was
filed for probate yesterday. .It bears date
or Februaxy 'J5, 1807. and names Charles
Reed executor. Hattiell. Greene, a daugh
ter, is the sole beneficiary..
Policeman Vermillion, of the Fifth pre
cinct, .was ladly scratched about the face
by a colored woman uaiied Lizzie Ed wards,
wnom he arrested for disorderly conduct
on Seventh street last evening.
The st ea in I oat Samuel J, Intz is under
go ng extensive repaiisat Baltimore. Cnpt.
Randall, it is said, has expended al.out
$S,000 on this steamer, refitting her for
the spring and tummer excursion traffic.
The Columbia Athletic Club amusement
committee held a meeting yesterday for the
purpose or determining upon the theater
at which the annual athletic exhibition will
be held. The Columbia was practically de
cided upon.
A marshal's jury yesterday passed on
the case or Marie Risser, maid to Miss
Mcl'herson, daughter o ex-Senator Mc
pherson, and recommended her confine
ment in St. Elizabeth Insane Asylum,
where she lias been for some time. -
The Commissioners have oidered that a
permit be issued to J. T. Levy to build
three houses on sublots 38 and 39, block
44, Hohnead Manor, and that the inspector
of buildings note upon the permit the lines
of the highways as they will appear on the
recorded plan of the highway extension.
Hoard of Public School Trustees
Held a Meeting.
The board of publio school trustees held
a brief session yesterday afternoon in
the Franklin School building. Those
present were Messrs. "Wilson, Cornish and
Bruce, Mrs. Stow ell, Drs. Slmdd and
llazcn, and Mr. Barnard, who, in the
absence or President Whelpley, was called
to the chair. On motion of Mrs Stowell
Miss Session was appointed a teacher in
the sixth grade in the Langdon School
and marie superintendent of tiie building.
The following transfers of teachers were
made: Miss Marguerite Losier, from
fourth to second division, without change
or salary; E. L. Chase, from fourth to
sixth division. Mits Mac Deeming was
appointed a temporary teacher in the
second grade, at $500 per annum.
The following resignations were re
ceived: J. R. Colvin, Janitor, Taylor
School; George II. Dunster appointed
to Jill vacancy; George A. Anderson,
janitor, at Langdon School.
IS?" See how it sparkles.
h 0
g These are
evenings S
to stay at home, g
providedyou are well W
supplied with "Cham- g
pane Iyager" the S
king- of beers for ta-
ble aud social use. ?
is dark beer and is
especially adapted for
nursing mothers, con-
valescehts and all $
who feel the need of $
a tonic to build up 65
flesh and streng-th.
Both are pure aud
.SS-Caso oT 24 pints delivered in
unlettered -wagons to any address for
SI. Drop postal cf telephone.
v Washington Brewery Co..
Ti 4th and F St's.IT. E. 'Phone 129 J.
I A Boom
in Shoes!
Yes, our Spring Shoe
trade is already a-boom-lng.
it is not an artifi
cial boom It's the nat
ural result or keeping
the right stylesand quali
ties or Shoes at right
prices. Take Tor instancy
our great
$2.50 Shoes
for Ladies.
They are hand-sewed
Made or the finest
Black Vicl KM.
12 diri'erent pretty styles,
Laced and Button.
Nothing like em anywhera
ror less than $a
or even $i. ;v
I $2.50 Shoes
g for Men.
ffl Six new styles just In
(S or best American Cair
p with oak-tanned leather, '
hand-sewed, welted soles.
$ All the new shapes
45 that are usually
only ty be found
$ In the S5.UU grades.
Reliable Shoe Houses,
930-932 7th st. nw.
1914-1916 Pa. ave. nw.
333 Penna. ave. se.
W 333 tenna. ave. se. a
A Throat Trouble Due to Her Ex
cessive "Work.
Thousands oT people in Washington
who have enjoyed Mrs. Leslie Carter's
superior poitrnyal or David Bclasco's
heroine in "The Heart or Maryland" will
be grieved to learn or her Illness. An
audience that filled pretty nearly every
seat in the Lafayette Square Opera Uouse
last night went away disappointed. Mrs.
Carter is suffering from acute laryngitis,
the direct result or the tremendous strain
put upon her vocnl ckords by the require
ments of her exacting part.
Mrs. Carter has been ailing Tor several
days past and Monday afternoon her
physician, Dr. F. A. pardner, strongly
advised against a performance on Moa
day evening. But Mrs. Carter was de
termined to appear, as she declaied, so
long as she could talk. Dr. Gardner told
her that If she did so the probabilities
were that she would be unable to speak
above a whisper on Tuesday. Ills judgment
proved true, and last night by the physi
cian's order she was allowed to see no
one. Mrs. Carter, however, sent down
word to The Times that she was de
termined to appear nt the matinee today.
Nearly every seat in the house has been
sold for this afternoon's peiformance.
The holders of tickets for last night's
performance were given- the option or
having their tickets exchanged for some
other performance during the week or
of having their money refunded, and It
is a great compliment to Mrs. Carter
to say that very- little money indeed
went out of the box office.
Metropolitan Railroad Employes
Given nn Extra Day's Pay.
The employes of the Ninth street di-islon
or the Metropolitan Railway Company were
agreeably surprised yesterday artcrnoon
to rind an extra day's pay inclosed in
their envelopes with their wages tor last
week. Accompanying the money was a
little note stating that the company aj
preciatcd highly the efficient services or
the men during inauguration week and in
closed the extra pay as a token of their
gratitude. An order restricting all leaves
of absence was issued at the beginning of
the -Week nnd many of the men worked
that would otherwise have laid off for a
day or two.
The men feel highly grateful to Presi
dent Harries for the kindly attention and
thoughtful appreciation which dictated the
Tho Church Council Quashes the
Charges Made Against Iliin.
The committee appointed by the eccle
siastical council or the Baptist churches
of Washington and Alexandria, to in
vestigate the charges preferred against
Rev. S. Garrish Lamkins, after a full
investigation, made a report yesterday
exonerating him from misconduct. Eight
members of the committee signed the re
port and two were opposed to it.
The council by a large majority adopted
the report.
Policeman Charged with Assault.
Policeman J. M. Austin, son of Police
Captain M. A. Austin, was brought before
Judge Miller yesterday, charged with
committing a vicious assault upon Will
iam Mason, colored, coachman to ex-Secretary
or Agriculture Morton the'Capi
tql grounds on inauguration-day. Austin,
it was charged, hit the coachman-, who was
driving his employer's carriage, with his
club., inflicting a severe wound. After
hearing evidence on both sides, Judge
Miller continued the case until today.
ChnritnblcTn.stitutiotis Remembered.
The will of the late Mary S. MuTson,
bearing date of September. 19, 1889, was
filed for probate yesterday. To the Jack
son Orphan Asylum and the Retreat for
the Sick, both in Norfolk, is left Si 00 and
$200, respectively. Many small bequests
are made In the -will, while the residue of
the estate will go to Mrs. Elizabeth R.
Crenshaw. She is also named executrix.
Claimed She "Was Hypnotized.
Clara M. Crotin.se, nineteen- years old,
was convicted yesterday of stealing $3.50
from Mrs. Margaret L. Hathaway and
Judge Kimball sentenced her to jail for
six months. Lawyer Harry S.mith claimed
that the young woman was under the hyp
notic influence of William Siurple when she
committed the crime. There is a warrant
now out for Simple.
Tailors to Be Organized.
E. fi. Christophersen, general organizer
of the Journeyman Tailors' Union of
America, is in the city ror the purpose of
organizing u local In Washington. A
meeting will be hold this evening at 700
Fourteenth street northwest, Tor this purpose
The Girls' Reform-School Crowded
with Inmates.
Talcen Back to Jail Police Court
Judges. Complain of the Luck
of Facilities.
Madge Fisher is again on the hands
or the District authorities. Last Sat
urday shewus convicted of incorrigi
bility and sentenced -to-the girl's reform
school during her minority. Judge Kim
ball was informed yesterday by W. E.
Endlcott, president of the board of trus
tees, that that institution has already
as many inmates as it can accommodate,
and so Madge was sent back to be cared
for by the police court authorities.
For the present, and until the charge of
assault which she: has prefeired against
Policeman Mcllin is disposed of, she will
be kept at the District Jail, in oider to
insure her appearance as a witness. After
that the question as to what .disposition
shall be made or her will again nilsc. As
sistant District Attorney Mullowny says
that ir means or sending the girl to New
York, where she could bo cared for by
her mother, or the Catholic priest who
orrered to put her into a religious institu
tion, can be found, she will be sent to
that city. Otherwise, he will have no
alternative but to give her her liberty.
Police Court Judges Miller and Kimball
complain bitterly of the smallness of the
girls' reformatory, which lias accommo
dations for but thirty-seven Inmates and
is most always full. Young girls, they
say, arc orten brought into the courts
charged with incorlglbility or vagrancy
who, through the mediation or some suit
able reformatory, might easily be re
claimed. But under the present condi
tions, such girls have either to be turned
loose to return to their mode, of living,
or sent to the juil or workhouse, where
they consort with old and hardened crim
inals and rrom where they emerge much
worse than when they entered.
Another source of complaint is that there
are not separate apartments for white and
colored girls In the institution. It is under
stood that this is another reason for re
fusing admission to the Fisher girl, as the
present occupants of the reformatory are
all colored.
Judge Kimball, in speaking of this mat
ter yesterday, said: "The need for a
larger girl's reform school is one or the
most urgent In the District, ir only the
means ror caring for the wayward girls
who are brought before the police court
judges were provided a larger proportion
of these unfortunate creatures might be
brought to see the error of their wayB and
reform. It is a crying shame that this city,
which Is so progressive In other directions,
should be deficient in this most important
Fined for Assaulting Ills "Wife and
Held for Forgery.
John A. Boston, a young, good-looking
mulatto, was tried in the police court
yesterday afternoon on three charges,
namely, of passing a forged check for
$7 on William Davis, or No. 1700 P
street northwest,; assaulting his (Ros
ton's) wire, and Tor threatening her lire.
Boston was arrested several weeks ago
by Detective Lacey, whom he at various
times impersonated. When eearched a
letter from Recoider of Deeds Taylor,
recommendiug him as a leading colored
clairvoyant; also one from ex-Secretary
or the Treasury Carlisle-to Seuator Uanna,
recommending the bearer, to a government
position. This latter is 'said to be a
Hie principal, witness against the
prisoner was his wife, who testified that
on January 29 he came to hT rooms, at
No. 919 F. street northwest, aud beat
and kicked her. It was her name which
was forged to the check.
Boston was fined 20 for the assault and
his personal bonds were taken for the
threats. On the charge or forgery he
was held in $500 bond for the grand Jury.
It is also alleged of Boston that lie rep
rcsente! himself to the railroad companies
us an agent or the Afro-American League
and secured free transportation.
Real Estate-Transfers.
Lena Brown et vir, Lewis J., to Michael
J. Stern, lot 111 in Waggaman's subdivis
ion of Long Meadows, $500.
George W. Darby et ux and John II.
Davis et ux to Augusta L7 Whuley, lot 56
in Magrath's subdivision of square 890,
Andrew J. Fisher et ux to Joseph N.
Smith, south 3 reet or lot 31, square 503,
$10. To correet liber 1730 rolio 195.
John W. Gregory et ux to Earl W. Covey,
lots 13 and 14, square 6, Deanewood
Heights, $150.
FeterT.Guigonctux to William E Fowler,
part of Fox Hall, $10.
Blanche C. Jones to George Henderson,
part original lot 13, square 2S, quit claim,
James J. Lampton ctux to Catherine N.
Thompson, lot 3d in Baker et al. subdi
vision in block 21, Rosedalc anil J slier
wood, subject to trust ror $S25,$10.
Benjamin F. Leighton, trustee, to Martha
Ann Mack, part lot 125 in Leighton's sub
division or square 502, $2,200.
Walter W. Mischeaux to Clarke K. Til
ton, lot D In O'Donohue's subdivision or
square 1S3, subject to trust for $9,500,
Martha Mclntlre to Annie M. Ackcrman,
lot 21 , square 932, in Bond cfc al. sub., $5.
Charles 'It. Pickford to John S. Marsh,
east 00 feet of lot 111, square 913, in
Walters' sub., subjecito trust $2,750, $4,
500. George T. Pulaski to Marian K. Rodgers
lot 73, square 305, in Gessford's sub., sub
ject to trust $2,475, $10.
Samuel Ross et ux. to George W. Mont
gomery, lots 07 to 72, square 737, in Ross'
sub., $10.
"William B. Reilly and Watson J. Newton,
trustees to William M. O'Brien, part of
original lot 7, square 369, $2,250.
Marian K. Bodgcrs to B. B. Wilson, lot
73, square 805, in Gessford's sub., subject
to trust for $2,475, $10.
David D. Stone and Richard M, Johnson,
trustees to Clarence W. Dickey, lot 3,
block 6. Avalon Heights, $10.
Clarke K. Tiiton to James B. Wimer, lot
D, square 183, in Donoglme'.ssub., $10,50(1.
Rcevis T. Strickland to James J. I,amp
ton, part of original lots 15 and 16, square
351, subject to trust Tor $400, $10.
William Wannan et ux. to William H.
Bairstow, lot 60. square 617, In Saunders'
et al. sub., $10.
James B. Wimer et ux. to Walter W.
Mischeaux, lot 8, square 65, In Loomis'
sub"., subject to trust for $1,700, $3,400.
McCnul's CufndWlncy Indorsed.
The McKinley and Hobart Interstate
Campaign Club adopted resolutions at its
last meeting by arising vote ini'oisiug the
candidacy of Hon. P. JJ. McCaul for the
office of coilcctorcof internal revenue for
the -western district of Virginia.
now Not to "Catch Cold."
Many a delicate man and woman were
for horns in the open air Thutsdny
viewing the parade. We have a; remedy
Koblni's Camphor- Pills that will immed
iately act so on the system as to prevent
any liability to catching cold. 25c. Is the
price, nnd its efficacy is guaruntced
1007 U street.nortbwcat.
Tho Inst days of the greatest slaughter sale of Clothing
ever known in the history of tho -world Nothing like it ever
seen. Fine Clothing almost given away. -O cents in cush
will do the duty of a dollar.
Men's and Boys'
Men's Overcoats, fine blue
Kersey; Wilson & Davis' price, P F" 7 C
$U; our price 4J.iQ
Men's Overcoats; all sizes;
Wilson & Davis' price, $12.50; T nfl
our price JJ4-.UU
Medium Weight Overcoats;
Wilson it. Davis' price, $10.50; T $ T r
our price 4)0.10
Men's Overcoats; Wilson & (TO nfl
Davis' price, $8.50; our irice. 4Z.UU
Overcoats; Wilson & Davis (T I rn
price, $5; our price 4I.3U
Overcoats; Wilson & Davis' T I fl nfl
price, $30; our price $ 1 UiOU
Boys Overcoats; Wilson &
Davis' price, $3, $4 aud $5: Q t On
our price 4)1. ZU
Corner 9th and 12 Sts. N. W.
Rfiodern Homes at
! . fty&ryrrn?), aPjQ a'G3-'&r Pfffim inonth rent
ay y.gJLfig ","-, "T CJgy.pi.P-H gj an up-to-
These houses are of brick, have 8 rooms nnd bath, ve
randahs, sonittiry plumbing, city water, gas, sewers, por
celain lined roll-rim bath tubs, electric bells, ranges, hot
nnd cold wnter, speaking tubes, southern pinc-edgo grain
floors, tiled firo places, handsome mantels and are beau
tifully papered.
They are erected on terraced lots, with substantial cop
ings, steps and walks. Tho lots aro 18 feet wide by IOO
feet In depth, to a 15-foot alley, shaded by a beautiful grove.
The location is hi Petworth, near the Soldiers' Home, on
thellrightwood Eloctrie cur line. For further Information
apply to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN, 611 7th St. N. W.
The Timely
By. Charles KbIsbu Gaines.
In this story nn extraordinary scientific experiment plnys a prom
inent part in tho romance of two young persons. lietter see it.
THE TIMES, ono cent everywhere.
Mrs. S. n. Dentou Sues the Army
Mutual Aid Association.
Richard C. Drum, Thaddeus E. Stan
ton, Benjamin Rittenhousc, George D.
Ruggles and George W. Davis, as officers
or the Army Mutual Aid Association, were
made defendants in a suit brought yes
terday by Sarah II. Benton, widow or
the late James W. Benton. Mrs. Benton
asked the court to compel the association
to pay her $3,000 as bcucfit money.
It Is alleged that though the money is
due, the officers of the lodge refuse to
pay it, under the pretext that Mr. Benton
had been dropped from the order before
his death.
Mrs. Benton insists that the members
of the order had purposely dropped Win,
and that when her husband sent them a
check for his dues they refused to ac
cept it.
Bishop Sntterlee's Lecture at Epi
phany Church.
The Right Rev. Henry Y. Sntterlee,
Bishop of Washington, lectured latt night
he Tore a large audience at Epiphany
Church. His subject, "The Bjble and the
Church," was the first oC a course of
five Lenten lectures to be given by various
divines of the Episcopal Church under
the auspices of the Churchman's League.
The speaker prefaced his remarks with
the command of Christ to his apostles to
tench all nations, and then proceeded to
give an historical analysis of the Bible,
and particularly of the New Testament,
through century after century or transla
tions and interpretations, notably the
revision made by Cromwell in 1539, aud
King James in 1G04. He said in part:
"It is Impossible to separate the Bible
from the church. The New Testament is
not only a witness for the doctrine of
I "Riittc! f.lric: r.n.rif.p.l h rl a
Buys this capital
hard wood FOLD
n ,.? ""jr -' w"-jf- a IS'
v expressly for Sew
ing and Gutting.
Yard Measure on Top.
Mayer -& Pcttit,
Men's, Boys', and Children's Suits
300 Suits, beautiful plalda,
latest designs; suitable for
now and early spring. Worth
SI 2 per suit; our price per
100 AHwooIGrayand Brown
Mixed Cheviots. Good value
at $10; our price
Men's Prince Albert Suits,
all sizes; made of Clay Wors
ted; Wilson & Davis' price,
$2; our nrice
.Men's Finest Quality Clay
Worsted Satin-lined Suits;
Wilson & Davis' price $25.00;
our price
500 pa Irs of Men's Pant; all
neat styles
Children's Heavy Corduroy
Knee Pants; all sizes
Men's English Cordurt)y
300 Pairs Men's PantB.Cas
simeres. Cheviots, Tweeds and
Worsted; WilsonicDavia'price
$2.50rour price
One lot or Men's Fine Chev
iot rants; Wilson ic Davis'
price $2.50; our price
Young Men's Suits, made of
Tine casslrnere; all sizes
l.OUU pairs or Children's
Knee Pants; Wilson "c Davis
price 50a; our price
5,000 pairs ol Knee Pants;
value 25c.; our price
Bargain Prices,
2 cut gives an
idea of the
Story Entitled,
the church, but a witness for the faith
of the early apostolic church."
Tlje bishop concluded his address with
a quotation from Canon Mason or Canter
bury: "It must never be forgottcn,hesald.
"that the Bible is a church book, written
for churchmen, and the inspiration of the
same spirit which is leading the church
so far as it is willing to be led, into aU
truth and in all truth.'
The lecture was preceded by the usual
service of song and prayer, led by the
pastor of Epiphany Church, Rev. Randolph
McKlm. The next lecture or the series will
be given at St. Paul's Church, next Tues
day evening, when Dr. McKim will speak
or "The Bible and Other Literature.'
Serious Condition of the Victim of
Tho Capitol Hill Jlold-np.
Mr. George II. Young, the Virginia
merchant, who was assaulted and robbed
In the Capitol grounds Monday eveuingmay
very likely lose the sight of his left eye.
An examination of the wounds was made
at the Emergency Hospital yesterday .after
noon, and it was found that a powerful
acid had been used by the high wayman.nnd,
that it had eaten almost entirely through
the lid of the eye.
The physicians who made the examina
tion say there is a possibility that the
sight of thceye may be saved, but it is
hardly probable. The bruise on the back
of the unfortunate man's head made by
the sandbag, while very painful, is not at
all serious.
Condemnation Proceedings.
The Washington and G reat Falls Electric
Railway Company, through. Its attorney.
Clarence A. Brandenburg, yesterday filed
a petition In the District court asking for
the appointment or a commission to con
demn certain property or the Chesapeake
and Ohio Canal Company fora right of way.
Reliable Outfitters.
Indispensable to Ladies.
415-41T Seventh Street.
The Busy Corner
8th and Market Space
Rebuilding: Sale
Is tho standard bearer of our present suc
cessful business.
Our prices nave the Svengali power of
drawing the people, and yet they are nos
We have spellbound many customers by
our great values.
o house uuderthesunlsglvingyru mora
for your money than the Busy Corner.
3,000 yards Silkoline Remnants 1 to
G-yard lengths, Ec.
1 ,5UU yards of Finest Japanese Gold dattk
Remnants 1 to 10-yard lengths, 7 l-2c-
3,000 yards or Cameo Cotton Drapery for
furniture covering, a 3-4C
1,000 yards of Silk Stupe Curtain Scriny,
for summer portieres, luc.
Lace Curtains.
Fine French Madras - Curtains, 3 1-2
varus long white and tinted grounds- t
were $4, 55 antt $. Per pair, $l.ya.
The Best Madras Curtains Loomed some:
J l-, some 4 yards long. Worth rronr
So to b'. Per pair, JjXUd-
A rew pairs .Nottingham Lace Curtains,
in fine Brussels patterns mo inches wide.
x j.-- yarus King, were ;j; $i.-iu.
r0 and 0 inches wide: Brusf-els.'Clunyaiiti
x'uiul uu x.spriu ei-ieuis; l.aa.
30x00 Smyrna Rugs, animal and floral
designs. Were 53. $1,915.
U4xt0 Best Axminster. Wilton and Yel-
vet Rugs. Were $X5. S1.29.
30x60 Reversible Hindoo Rugs. 51.0?,i
kind. o9c I
Light Furniture.
lb-lncli Walnut Towel Rollers, 3c.
3-rold Oak Screen Frames, 5 feet nigh, ,
09c. I
Uilroy's Curtain stretcher, the best made, I
6x1 reet, complete with, standing easeli I
51.49. r
1 case r,t ls.inch Plaid Glass ToweMns
Wurtli Oc. Sacrificed at 3 l-lic
H cases or Turkey red and white and Tur
key red and green Table Linen. Full 60
menes wh;e. .iegmr new choice de
signs. Colors warranted. Just the thing;
for an after-dinner cloth. Regular 40c
value, -5c. yard.
15 pieces of cream Irish Table Linen,
extra weignt, quality and finish; B0 inches
wide, and warranted strictly pure linen.
Regular price 50c. Now 35c. yard.
I Much i
or Little. I
We go to any length to a
see that you are served sat- 3
isfactorlly. You may only Jf
want a single piece 01 kitchen- ?;
ware or you may want j
ererythingto furnish a house. rj
Our store is so complete rf
our prices so low and our S
qualities so true that this ?i
Is the best place In town
to come. -
Hundreds or customers'U :
tell yu the same thing.
1 Cash or Credit. I
Pa 3
1 House r Herrmann, i
E Liberal Furnishers, 3
i Corner TO and I Street, i
e a
Electric Power
For Printing Plants
If rnii Tvnnt iTirri nrintintr tmsl-
g ness you must be able to make
S lower bids. To make lower bids you
H must reduce expenses, and to re
0 duce expenses you must substitute
electricity lor fcteain p.wer. It is
not only cheaper, but better. Ast
us questions.
1 U.S. Electric Lighting Go. 1
g 213 14th st. nw "Phone. 77
Cabin John, Glen Echo and
We deliver freight of all descriptlona
aiong the Conduit road as far as Cabin
John Bridge and on th Tenleytown road
at very reasonable rates.
Telephone 263. llutchins Building;
A double busy week here, but not
too busy to give prompt attention
to 'phone or postal orders. Not too
busy to deliver the work, just when
it's promised.
Cor. Sixtlt nnd C Streets.
TTotninsr too large or too jgg-. 5Si
small for us to print . . xf vs&
II07 E Street Northwest.
Prcfswork Tor the trrult?.
Dress Suits for hire.
Cor. 7th mill It Sis. N. XT.
No other house does, ever did, or ever
wlll, sell such sterling qualities at sucn
low prices as -we quote.
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