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on after u discovered evidence He I
Bays sa ays S he h can show that since Mrs trs Ed II
A wards conviction he had sainfa galn con I
vincing proof that the woman was sub ¬
ject to tocpUeps epilepsy uIepsy which was inherited
from her mother
Her tiyb hyos two sons nssuffEr suffer from fro m the same same dis is ¬
ease Lentz ntz says He contends c nten s this fact
shows positively the woman was waso of
unsound mind which would make her
execution on the t he gallows here absolute ¬
ly barbaric
Lentz appealed 10 to the people peopleo of the
State after all his legal efforts to re ¬
open opent1r the case had failed The result
was hundreds of sympathetic sympatheUccommunl communi ¬
cations from other States
Lawyer Lentzs Statement
The lawyer said today
U UTo To date I have received more than
1600 letters from men and women wom women nIn in
Pennsylvania Pennsylv n a who vthoprotest protest against the
hanging of Mrs Edwards Eawards Eth rds These 1ett letters r rs s
come from all classes and form an ap ¬
peal which speaks the voice yoiceof of the thepeo peo ¬
pIe Very clearly clear
u Besides B sides the petitions which have
been beMclrculated circulated clr ilated by som some son of o the good
wotnen Qf pf < Reading throughout the
county comlt 200 200petitlonshayc petitions have been circulated
and signed by hundreds in all parts of
the theStato State The greatest greate t amount of this
activity in behalf b nalf of the unfortunate
woman who stands In the shadow of the
gallows today todn has been unsolicited
Even from cities out of the State pe ¬
titions have come to me which indicate
further the profound universal feeling
of revolt In this city the petitions peUtfonsnre tire are
being signed in every ward
What will come of all this is a ques ¬
tion 110 It remains with the governor All
the letters and names that thatcome come to me
are forwarded by me to Harrisburg
I have heard no expression from the
governor as yet as regards his personal
feeling He confines himself entirely to c
stating his powers and duties under the
Kate Kat Edwards Edwar ds Dares to t Hope
Kate Edwards in her cellin the Berks
county counl Jail 3a Iihas has an all inkling of the news news
that a apOI popular > ulare eKort ort is being made to
save her her life and it Has come to her as
a ray ray of sunshine
I Ij Iongagothe Long j ong ago agothe the woman gave up hope and
resigned t 5Ign d herself to her fate though tho gh she sh >
wants to live She wants to live not for
herself but for Alma her child born in
prison nine ninedays days after the mothers mothersar ar ¬
rest and anda a mulatto
The mother Insists fnslststhat that the Lord Lord the
Good Man U as she says will save ae her
from the terrible fate on the
This Is in in spite of o f deprecatory warn ¬
ings by her he counsel c l selwhofeared who feared to give
her false hope
However she is firm in her h r belief Her
strength Is returning t turning with withnppeUte s ith appetite and
In another week unless there Is some
favorable favorableac action tfon upon the petitions
Alma the child childwill will be separated from
the mother
This Is what Mrs Edwards fears more
than death She calls c Ils it her he r second
Secretary Secr ta1Y Taft today sent to t Q Chair
man man Payne of the House HouseWa Ways SSas s arti and
Means Committee a summary sumrnar of th the
reasons rerts nswhy why In the judgment judgmenCof of th the
War Tp Department the Philippine PhtlipplnetarltI tariff
bill Introduced by Mr Curtis should
The paper contains in i > detail the ar
gument already alr ndy given before the he com
mittee and is meant to be an official
expression of Secretary Taf Tafts ts views for f9r
Former Representative John JC m 3 J aSentz rent ent4
of Ohio had a talk w ith PreSiden l > r wilden j
Roosevelt Ro velt today and told him lie e was
glad lad he was wnadvocatlng advocating legislation he giSlatl gislation n foi
the th benefit ene fit of all the people
Mr Lentz is especially interested inter sted ii
giving telegraphic facilities to people a
postoffices that have not this convent c mveni
ence There are 75000 postoffices p stoffices In th t <
country and only 25000 places that
telegraph service
Charged with the theft of seventyr sey t
pounds poun ds of brass from the Governmen Go
foundry at the navy yard
Slaug Slaughter hter a negro negrotw s twentysix ntyslx year
olff ol was this morning mo rnin g gpla place pla plac 4 q qunder under 50
bond and held to await the th action of th
grand jury
Contrary to expectation no
action was ta taken ken on the
treaties at this mornings session o
the Senate Foreign Re Relations lations Commit
See ee
The members engaged in ina a genera
discussion of the princ prIn principles ciple iples
and adjourned without reaching an
ADA1IS ADA1ISDn On Wednesday February 1 1903 190
at the Louise Home Mrs SIDNEY ADAMS
widow pf Hon OI1 George Adams of New
BRICK BRICKOn On We Wednesday dnejday February ife1801 19ii I 5
at 343 p m EDWARD EDW ARD beloved husband o
Ellen C Brick It
BROWX BROWXDn On Tuesday Tuesda January Janu 31 11 l I9h iK Y >
MRS ESTHER BROWN widow of the lat 1 t
Wdldo Yaldo Brown and sister of Miss
Eeordsley 3t t
DALY DALyon On Tuesday January 31 1905 t9O o
530 a m at her herresldlnce residence 1235 r lf
Street northwest FRANCES FRA eES A Av v DAtA AL1 It
EXLEY EXLEYDn On Wednesday We nesda February 1 lWii 19 1IO
at 525 25 a a m after h librief brief illness IUn I ss THOMA THO
MILNES at too fno residence of his son Clar
ence M Exley 1449 Sheridan avenue north
w weak L It
OILLIJC GILLIN7Jri GILLINDn On Wednesday Wedriesda February Fc rcbruaz bruat 1 IWs iOC
DAVID GIu GIiLIN LIX of Congress CongI ss Heights B lg ts Wash
ington D C aged sixtyone years carI
Philadelphia Burlington and New Jerse
papers pape pl please e copy It
KHUO KnUaSud KRUGSuddenhy Suddenly nlY in New York city o
Friday Januar Janu January > 27 1005 WILLIAM E
XRUG huaband ofTennle of Jennie White hite Krue It
YOUNG YOUNGOn On Wednesday February 1 190
at 2 ocloc k p m CLi CLARENCE AREKCE STJERLi
YOUNG YOJT NG G only son on of Clarence K K Young
the late lat Bessie Pearl Young aged five years
Funeral from family amll residence jGS 5 tJ Strec Str e
northwest Friday February 3 at 1 p n
Interment In ennentat at Mt Oliyet Cemetery
Denver Baltimore B IUmore and Philadelphia pa
pers m please copy It
Of every description c moderately pricei
1214 F Street Northwest Phone PhonehI M 90
B32 32 Penn Ave N W cv lVashl Washington gton D
I Cots for forRent Rent
for forthe the
Weve a big 1 stock of the
strongest and and most ost comfort ¬
able COTS to rent for the
Inauguration at the smallest
prices qnotad quote d in this c ity
Hub Furniture Co
S E 1 Cor 7th 7tpa11d and D Sts
c C >
Now Comes Weather Man 1
I With Warning o of f Zero
Long Sustained Sustai ned Cold Wave Says Prophet
Whose Threats Sometimes SometirnesAre Are Verified
Money Needed to Break Up Ice
The Cap Capftal ital City Is to get another an ziz iOther ther
taste of afcold cold weather as experienced J > > y
residents resldentso o f South Sout h Dakota WyO Wyoming mlrig
and other ot 1er Western r estern States where wheret the 1e
mercury niercur falls out of the thermometer
This morning at S oclock the ther ¬
mometer mometerregisterod registered 18 degrees By to ¬
morrow irarning rnlng it It is likely that zero
will have been > een touched The tempera ¬
ture will continue contin ue around the zero mark
for a day or or two the Weather Bureau
says giving Washington about the
coldest spell of o the year
Trouble on onthe the River
The drop of f the mercury tonight will
doubtless play havoc with the Norfolk
steamers and the Glymont mall boats
With the temperature above 20 it is
fairly easy to keep the channel open
but with iththe the thermOmeter therm meter registering
zero the passage will vill be frozen hard
and stiff
This will mean another struggle to
force an opening in the ice from Nor ¬
folk to Washington and a delayed
schedule of eight or ten ho hours urs at least
The Ice in the river continues to men ¬
ace ace the Interests of propertyowners
along the river front As the mercury
drops the thicker the ice grows and
every ever > added inch increases the danger
of ice gorges gorgesfol1owed followed by floods The
only thing which will prevent a a flood is
the breaking of the ice by the use of
tug boats Unless Congress makes the
appropriation of 8000 8000 for this purpose
this cannot be done
i Many Cases of Want
The task o of f the Associated Char ities
and the Citizens Relief Re ief AS5oci Association tlon con ¬
tinues to increase As As long as the
weather remains so bad the amount of
relief work will necessarily be on a
large largescale scale Requests for assistance
Persistent Rumor That President Will
v Assemble Congress to Act on
Freight Rate Legislation
Persistent rumor hasit that the thePresi Pros ¬
dent will call an extra session of a Con ¬
gress for March 20 to consider co sider freight
rate legislation
It twas was stated today at the White
House that nothing had been decided
about the matter
Many Senators and Representatives
were inclined incline d to give credence to the
rumoK rumor >
ltIs It is the he general opinion that thatthls this al ¬
most ost universal v le al cjamor c iarnOr a 1or may hasten the
call for an n extra session
Pennenance r ermenance of Cure the True Test
Many socalled pile remedies will af a ¬
ford the user Slight temporary relief
and the majority of those afflicted do not
expect e xpect more tlum this
The average sufferer after having tried
I every erypreparation preparation recommended for the
cure of piles comes comes to the conclusion
that there is no cure except by an an oper ¬
ation and rather than thanundergothls undergo this last las
resort he suffers on resigned resign ed to the
I situation situa tion so far fnrasmat as may be The atten ¬
tion of o those interested is invited to the
following follow Ing experience
After ten years of suffering from
blind bleeding and protruding piles
nod aadafter after using every remedy I could
hear of without any benefit I finally
bought a 50 cent box of Pyramid Pile
C Cure l re and used It with Wit withsuch h such uch good results
I bought next a dollar box which finished
l up the job That was nearly six years
r ago and as far as piles is concerned
rl l am cured and have never felt a symp ¬
tom o f them since
i Many Iany others have used this
z 1 by my m y advice with the same results anc
r I IalWays always recommend it to sufferers
piles 1 ilezz C H Potts Burlington Kan
Testimony like this should convince
the most skeptical the Pyramid
Cure not only cures but cures to
cured It Is In in the form of a supposl
tors t tory can be applied in the privacy o
the home directly to the parts
r j and does its work quickly and pain
lessl lessly
Druggists generally sell this
remedy for or 50 cents a package and suf
3 ferers are urged to buy a package no
z and give It a trial tonight Accept n
i substitutes
t A little book describing the causes an
I cure of piles is published by the Pyra P > Ta
mid Drug Co Marshall Mich ant an
same will be sent I ent free to any address
for the th asking
Wonder What Mertz Will Vlll Say
At the Sign of the Moon
I Store Stor Storecloses closes at G p m dally ally
8 p m Saturdays
for swell suits to order of fine
black and fancy fabrics worth
up to 20 Fit guaranteed
Full Brass Suits for Inaugural
Ball afl to order 1750 up
Mertz and Mertz Co
906 P Street
M27 IA I A AVK I n VL N i IS
growMn gro grow v in n volume principally because of
irirbility to get work In such weather
This morning a case casowascalled was was called to the
attention of the Associated Charities
where a o family of several members were
living in a a house practically without
furniture fU rniture and absolutely abs OIUtclyn no 0 coal and a nd
food 1 1food
Assistance was g given iven ven to two or three
families last night in the fh shape of coal oal
and food These Theserases cases were the result
of lack of oCemployment employment
Contributions Contribu tions Received
The Associated A soclatcd Charities have re ¬
ceived the folowing contributions contributionswhich which
are rire pr practically ctlcall used as fast as they tho
come In Alexander C Botkin 500 500
Mrs Anna AnnaI M r Kingan 1000 10OQNEZ N E Z
200 Allen Alle n V Reed Rce 200 Miss H HC C
Woodward l lT loodward T oodward 10 C 2 2N N C CK K 2
Helen HelenE B Turner 500 500 Ruth Turner
500 500 Z L L Tanner 500 500 00 Fredericlc Frede rick L
Ransome 500 500 H Randall Webb 500 500
Adolph Bovdler 509 500 Julie Alvord
1000 Edward F Droop 1000 For
the Poor 200 J E Berry 1000 1000C C
C 100 Mrs C C Foster 500 500 Miss
S C CFoster Foster 500 500 Elmer Dover Dover1Q00 Dov r 1000
Mrs Isaac Gans 200 Miss Gill 200 200
Mrs Mary W Y Seames 500 500 OO Frank Fran k
L L Campbell 500
For the purchase of food fuel and
shoes to be carefully carefuIlYdlstributed distributed to
needy families famlllesthe the Citizens Relief As ¬
sociation has received the following gen ¬
erous contributions These have come
In answer to recent newspaper appeals
stating that the society is in urgent
need of larger financial support than
has yet been secured
Charles C Glover 50 50 X XL L T i 1 So
filolopy Class National Park Seminary
43C E Hibbs SI 1 F P P1Ia May Co Jo 5
Frederick ederlck A Kendall 5 5 Mrs Bertha
B Bv Scraven 5 5 Mrs A P Miller 2 N
Av wy V King 1 1 H C Deland 5 5 Mrs Mr M
G Bradford 2 O H Tlttmann sz 2 C
C Stealey Stealey5 5 Steinem Bros 3 Myer My r
Nordlinger Nordllnger250 250
Present Super nntendent intendent of Naval
Academy to Take Tak a Turn at
1 Sea Service
CapL Willard H Browrison BrowT son super ¬
intendent of the Naval Academy has
been designed d slgned to command the new
cruiser squadron of the North Atlantic
The cruisers West Virginia Colorado
Maryland and Pennsylvania which will
be commissioned during the summer
will comprise this squadron
Captain Brownson will attain flag rank
in ina a few months <
Continued From From First First Page
bandaging of wounds for they were
obliged to wear leather gloves loves or mit ¬
tens tin order to resist the cold The
men l11en seemed to tobQliving be beIiving living again a aln the hor ¬
rors of the winter campaign of 1S13
against the th Turks Tl1rl s
Everything Eve thlng that could be done was
done but man was w spow powerless rless Intl1e in the face
of Nature which heaped heaped tortures upon
the troops troo s and an d defeated d f ted the well thought
out plan of the commander
The live days battle has yielded no
palpable result rmm t both sides practically
maintaining their former positions
There is again ztgdInIn a lull lu11ln in thtf th campaign
and it it Is possible thafmilltary that military opera ¬
tions will be suspended until the end of
Czars Ships Had Duel
In North N ort 4Sea Sea 11 Slain
PARIS Feb 2 zAn An official of promi ¬
nence who ho has had an opportunity to
ascertain nscertainat at first hand a number of
facts connected with a th the Dogger Bank
affa afni aair ir gives gI es the following fo l1o wJng interesting
The TheRusslans Russians thought the trawlers
green rockets ro ckets were Japanese Japanesesignals signals
As soon as the rockets were w re observed
by b > the Kamchatka K tr cl1aUtashe she altered her
course urse and went blundering into the
west squadron where she met the Au ¬
rora r rOra rn
Different Cp Coe e Books
They signaled sJgna led eac each h other therb thSr but l as they
were working wo rkingfrom from two tW odifferent different code
books they did not understand one on an ¬
other and the the Kamchatka l amchatka opened fire
on the Aurora The Tnetlrst first shot struck on
i the starboard starboardbowkt bow killing ling three men
i The Aurora returned the tbefirebut fire but with
light deck guns cble fly onepounders one pounderc
It rt was a shot from fromthese these guns that that kill
qd < d the t he captain caPtninoftqe of the Crane Cra n and tlem the man an
rnlth Ith and finally san sank StnK k the boat
The he firing continued ctntinu about twenty
minutes at a distance well Tinder half
i a amlle mile the t4e Kamchatka Kmch tkaUSltlB using siiW her herbOW bow
guns and pegging away and the Au ¬
rora using her lighting tops Both ships
were got into action quickly and from
them the trawlers trawr rs were were cannonaded
Wherever the searchlights searchUghtsshowed showed a a
trawler trawlcrthe they fired at it
Eleven Ieven Men Balled
The Aurora received receiv d nineteen shells
in her herrniddie middle section sect1Cinfired fired from the
Kamchatka Altogether eleven men were
killed and andnincteen nineteen were wounded on
board the Aurora
The dead with the exception of a
priest were buried at at sea some off the
Goodwin Sands and others at Vigo
Three who died later from their wounds
were buried at t Tangier
The weak wealcppIqt point In lrr the case before the
commission of inquiry is that there
are no officers of the Aurora present
It would be bel interesting tere sH sH1g 1g to to know what
they could say and what they did say
at VIgo
There are re two of the Auroras men at
St Petersburg though one of them Is
Wounded or oripjured injured
The fact Is that the two ships got a a
night alarm alar ma and n < fired 1ir ed into in to each e ac h other
I This was the real origin of the whole
incident Russian officers who realize
what actually happened on the Dogger
bank are for obvious reasons loath to
admit It
Sewing Machine MachineBarga1ns Bargains
real ones at atSlnger Singer Stores Buy TIU Y here
and deal with the manufacturers man facturers The
Singer Company Is permanent pernmnent arid uld re ¬
sponsible its representatives are always
at hand tocar to care for Singer Machines
Look for the red S 1716 1716 14th st s1 nw
C16 9th st nw nw229 229 Pennsylvan P Pennsylv nnsylvan na ia ave ave
se Washington Vashi gto 1 DG D C
Before SiockTakin Stock StockTaking Takirlg
Before taking our annual inventory next week were
determined to clean up all the broken sizes sizes still on han d
Theyll be found on the Bargain Tables at our Sev ¬
enth Street Store marked way down
Our February CLEANUP Sale is in full sw swing ing at
all three sto stol stosand gs l sand and shoes are almost flying i1 ying out at our
present pr ices
r Mens 250 to 360 Shoes <
e 1 70 0 A tableful of broken ses es of Patent 1 I
A Leather LeitherfllackaidTanVjci Black and Tan VIci Kid t til il iltl and
Calf Laeed La Ced Shoes and Gaiters Nothing tl
wrong azon with any of them except that 1
I we e havent ha en t all sizes size s sof of each kind 1
Womens Shoes I
In Broken Sizes
Boston Best 75c Rubbers
small and large l sizes i C
37C 7
Only b i 3
I Broken Brolcep sizes of Warmlined V rml1ned
Cloth Laced Shoes Sho s Felt Vel ¬
vet and Cloth Warm Slippers
and Juliets JuHetsthat that were 6 L 5 5C iC C
1 to 150 OJ
150 to 230 Shoes
2 Warm Felt and
Satin Juliets J U l I e t s and At A f
House Slippers
150 1Wto to 250 Kid Plain
I and Beaded Evening
i Slippers f
95 9
150 And 2 Kid and 7
Calf Boots
2 and 250 Shoes
Consisting of s2ro 2M At Af
Kid Patent Colt
and Suede Evening
Slippers and tl 2 Kid SI 51 137 37 7
and Calf Boots i >
3 to 5 Boots
Sample Boots 4
and broken sizes At Atnnd A
of some of our
linest Kid Calf
and Patent Kid fl A A
Laced and But v f > 1 I 90 90Luced v lil
Boots a It W
Mens Double I
I soldd S350 350 51 l and
I 5 at 5 Shoes 14 I styles 285 2 85
Mens Regent U
I 3 Shoes and other j 0
good ood f2fX 2J0 J and 3 P 187 1 0 0 7
I values alucslt Boys at 150 Box
1 1Boys
Calf and Sterling 119
Calf Shoes at
Childrens Ch drens Shoes
Broken Sizes
Boys and Girls 40c to GOc
Storm and Lowcut
Rubbers sizes In l f broken l 2 < 57C 7 7c 7C c
Any o of our 125 and 150
Velvet Corduroy and As ¬
Leggins trakhan Warm lined lIn d f 6 5 5c CC J c
125 and 150 Shoes hoes
Kid l Calf and Pat At Af
f fl 5
ent e Leather a Boys and
Girls Shoes
Boys Bo > s 150 Tan and
Red pers Kid Romeo R meo Slip Q 8 O Q 9 9C 7
150 and 2 Shoes
18 pairs Dlxs
Big Girls Spring
Heel Boots sizes
il 2 o S and C
35 pairs Dlxs i j
and aTl l other makes i At AtaTl
Misses Patent
Kid and Calf
l Laced acod and But ¬
ton Boots sizes
ranging from r rom
Childs Chi I d s S to flv f A A
Misses 1 4 > 1 1 2 fi 0 011isses 8 =
Broken sizes of f a < xf
Days and andJlrls Girls C
Calf and Kid
qualities Shoes excellent I
Womens 350 350
and 5100 100 Stylish I
Winter Ca car ff Kid Cj S P
and Boots Patent Kid 4 > 2 f f 6 5 S J
Womens J and 3oQ 300KobbY Nobby
Eveiilntf Evellln t Slippers o > n > fR I
In styles tylcs dozens of swell 2 o 2 1 1In
Bpys and Girls G GIrl rJs Solid C
Shoes Sole 1 1 Kid iind Ind nd Calf 1 i 6 9 9C
I H fill C flA Corner CornorSeventh Seventh ad nl KSts K Sts I
w VI MH I 1Mfl AH N C 0 J Q 19141916 l914l9l6Peia1veNW Pe na Ave N W i
I 3 Reliable Shoe Houses I 233 Penna AVe Avenue nUe S E I
Cc c
C co
> c
Official Ax Descends
On Toledo Postoffice Po stoffice
Carriers Dismissed One Tentatively
and an Eighteen Suspended dPending Pending
Official Investigation
Orders were issued this thismornipg morning by
General Wynne dismissing
carriers outright dismissing an ¬
testatlyely testativelYand and suspending eight
en others in in inthe the postofflce p stoffice at a t Toledo
It had been announced rt rtnnounced that these men
be punished but the final order
wasnot ms not given gven until today Their Th eir of
ense was W 5 peddling stock In a mining
among am ong other employes In the
i fflce and among their friends the wt work > rk
lelng done Iii working hours
Not only did the inspectors sfihd find that
he carriers were selling stock while In in
and making their rounds but b t
hat they were wereactlng acting as s agents for the
in collecting installment Ins ttillment as
essments sess rnen fswhlch which were levl levied d on the
stock tock as the promoters happened to
need lhemoney the money The man t tentatively
dismlas dismissed d will be given a chance to
make a further furtherstnt statement ment and if his
explanation is is satisfactory he h will be b
simply suspended for thirty days along
with the eighteen
Ordered to Expla in in
The postmaster postm sterat at Toledo has been
premptor premptoriiy i y ordered to explain to the
Postmaster General why the discipline
In his office should be so lax that such a
flagrant violation of one of the strictest
rules ru es o f Cthe the department could be pos ¬
sible The inspectors found the office
honeycombed with the practice of sell
Ing stock and Mr Wynne Vnne thinks the
postmaster should have had enough In ¬
sight into the conduct of his subordi ¬
nates to know that they were acting in
a manner to warrant their dismissal
Toledo Is the city in which George E
Lorenz was postmaster postm 5ter and August
Store Main < y 4 fla ar lace LaC LaCwww i Branch Store
810816 8 8i 8t i 7th t t St t H > mg L nee 71 et
www wwwwwwww ww
ir t
The last Green Ticket sal sale of of the present season We wind up
our half years business immediately and take stock instructions Instructions have
gone forth throughout the store to make prices for this green ticket
sale the most enticine yet yetto to sell goods at any price and to be sure
the prices were low l w enough to clean out every adver advertised tised line You Y u
buy tomorrow for less than we ourselves can buy
Womens Ready to Wear
12 Kersey Kerse Coats In eas n A Ator 1 p
tor and black Worth W rthS 8 3 q A As s
Green Ticket Price Pricev v J J
Ladies and Misses Coats In kersey kerse
a and n d novelty novelt mixtures
satin lined line d = all s i z e s cv jt fiT
Were Wer 1000 1000 and 1250 LA A il 95 95Wer K
GreenXTicket GreetyTlcket Price v
8 Misses and Childrens Coats in
plain cloths eloUubrald braid trimmed r 0 p c c
Price Worth Y 3250 2 250 Green Ticket KS V 0 5 5c
12 Misses and Childrens Coats in
kersey kerse Y and novelty mix m I frt 1 f f0
tures Worth 4 4 and 5 > 9 l 95 95tures
Green Ticket Price A a
5 Eton Suits Suits3black SuitsI 3 black 1 brown and 1
novelty nove1t cloth Clothsizes sizes 34 36 < p A F
and an 3S Regular 10 10 Suits 5 45 45an
Green Ticket Price W a TT
8 Tourist Suits in black blue brown
and novelties nov noveltiesfull ltlcsrul1 full sleeves sleevesbhlt belt back
jackets jacketEkllt kilt skirts Reg S F f
ular 1000 values Green Q > r 6 5 il 0 0ular
Ticket Price J 0 JV
15 Ladies Suits In cheviot Venetian
zibeline worsteds cassimeres and
novelty nove1t cloths in brown black tan
and gray and brown and blue mix ¬
tures turessilk silk lined jackets in 27 36 and
42inch lengths lengthsplain plain and braided ef ¬
fectslooe fects loose and tight f fi ftting i tting styles styles
tourist and vest fronts > Q g rt p
Reguiar 15 15 to 20 values SJ 9 7 5 5Reguiar
Green Ticket Price 6 >
2 BlacJ Blacl Cloth Coats Coat the new
shoulder shouldtr cane cape effect effecttourist tourist back ba back42 k4Z 42
inch length lOngilzsIzes sizes l7es 34 and ff cp > A f n nrw F rw r
36 Regular 510 values l ipjj 4 I 15 J
Green rcel Ticket fg i Price i ce S
Womens s Waists
A new nt > w lot of Womens Waists made
of white madras with side plaits form ¬
ing yoke yoketrimmed trimmed with large pearl
buttons buttonsall all having new nc full 7 fr C
sleeves Regular 1 values 11 9 9C
Green Ticket Price v J
Odds and ends in Womens Flan ¬
nelette Waists V dsts with tucks j
down front worth 59c Green 7 7C C
i Ticket pricc
Muslin Underwear
Womens Muslin Drawers umbrella
rufiles trimmed with wide
lace Ticket Price Worth T Orth 25e Green 17 17C C
Odds and ends in slightly soiled Cor ¬
set Covers Cov rs Chemise Drawers f nr
and Short Skirts Sl Irts Worth Sc 2 2 2C C
to 3flc Green Ticket Price
Ladies Highneck Corset Covers
felled seams seamsp seamsperfect perfect rfect fitting S 1 r C
12i 151 12 Price ½ e e values ll Green I Ticket i OTS 6 2 2
Bedwear and Domestics
54x00 5lxIO1arvard I Harvard arvard Mills Sheets f
handtorn and Ironed Green 2 f U OC
Ticket price 7
45 by 3G G Pillow Cases Caseswith with
Ticket wide hemstitched Price hems Green 1 O OC C
81 by 90 Oakland l Mills Sheets J9 J9C A C
Worth 75p Green Ticket Price M
I 50 54 dozen Huck Towt Towds ls with r g 1 1 C r
colored color d borders Size 36 by 20 M7T
15c values Green Ticket Price 02 0215c
25 pieces of Cumberland Mills 7 y 1 1 r C
Sheeting Shectint36inch 36Inch wide Worth 7 J TT
lOc Green Ticket Price 2 210c
Remnants of Unbleached A 1 1 r C
Muslin 1Iuslln36 36 inches wide Worth orth 4 A j
Sc Green Ticket Price TT 2 2Sc
A lot of Outing Flannel Flann l in f r if 1 C
dark colors Worth Sc Green Gre 11 j TT
Ticket Price I > rice + J 2 2lIcket <
A lot of Lockwood Mills 4 f3 1 1 r c
Sheetinsr Sheeting45 h 45 inches i wide i 12 I
Green Ticket ct Price 2
Shaker Flannel Flannelgood good heavy Ale 4 1 1 c
fabrics f brl s Worth Sc Green A 2 o
Ticker Price
10 pieces iCce of White hite Flan < n > 1 C C
nel nct tie Worth 19c Green 12 I
Ticket r Price B 2 2r 2ricket
Odds and ends in Double DOU ble Bed 4 i f
Ticket Blankets Price Worth SUc S5 Green Greenq q 1U 9 9C > C
I 114 Blankets Blanketsa a good heavy heav ft O T
Ticket grade rade Price Worth 150 Green u 8 88c JH 8c J
W a Ntc I4tchen ciien en was wnsassistant assistant p03 postmaster master be ¬
fore f re that t at pair began operations oper oUeriltioflsin ll nsln in Wash ¬
ington In the sale of the Croft letter
box oox fastener to the Government G v rnme nt for
which piece of enterprise < they th have h ve been
sentenced sent nced to the penitentiary and fined
XU 10000 Uyv
Charge Against Machen
One of o the numerous charges against
Mac hen o was that In con conjunction junction with I
H H Rand confidential clerk to Post ¬
master General Payne he was flooding 1 1master
the th e Postofflce Poso tIlc Department De P 0 rbnentw with n mlnln mining g
stock in a W western ester company c cOmpai mp n an and nd d was
using his official position poitlona as a a lever to i
pry money from the th pockets of clerks
and into the hands of the promoters I
Thfs charge was considered so SO strongly
proved that Rand Randwlthall with all hi hLllnfiuence lthi influence
and close connection con connection ectibn with Postmaster i
General qeneralc could not save save his hi position and
was quietly dropped droppedfromthepayrol1 droppedfrom from the payroll
Mr Wynn Vynn and other high hlgliofficials officials in
the department d art ncnl ar are amazed that thathe the
companypromoting scheme scherneshould should have
broken out so violently In a postoffice
after the example made madeo of Rand and
his friends and an investigation nv stlgatlon is now not
going on to see whether the Toledo Tol do
case was exceptional or jr only one on of
HAVANA HAVAL A Fob 2 2Presldent President Palma
has pardoned Senor Corona a member
of the the house of representatives s for San ¬
tiago who was recently sentenced senten cd for
manslaughter he having havingsh9ta shot a local
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabiet All
druggists drugglstsrettnd refund the money J2 it falls to cure
EX B W Groves signature Is on eact box 23
Boys OYE oy Waists
A A lot of soiled Waists walstsd including odds
and ends of Puritan and and d Moth l ¬
J J litt at t
ers Friend Waists that a soItrV solcr
for Price i G 75c and Jl 1 Green Ticket i 25 25C < C c
Womens Wrappers
Odds and ends jn in Dark Percale
Wrappers trimmed with braid and
embroidery bretelles Wor Worth th
l lrl Price 1 rl and 1125 l 125 Green r Ticket Ti ket 59
Dress Goods
A lot of o Allwool Albatross
36 Inches wide Worth Albatross3SC Soc 3SC
Green Ticket Price <
Belts in Satin SatfnSilk Silk and Peau de
Sole Solecrushed crushed and girdle styles in
black green red brown and other
desirable shades shadesall all sizes sizesflnshed finished
with imported Buckles Would r f r
be TIcket extra Price values at 4c Green 2 9 9r
3 spools M K K Darning Cotton
2 spools 100 yards best Sewing SewingSilk2 Silk Silk2 2
spools Kings best Sewing Cotton Cotton1 1
spool best Silkotine Silkotinel 1 spool best Lin ¬
en Thread ThreadS 500 yard Basting Cotton Cotton1 1
piece pleccflnc fine Featherstitch Braid Brud6 Br td6 6
pieces Ieces Linen Bobbin Bobbln3 pieces su ¬
perior perl or quality qualit Tape Tape1box Tap 1 box 3 f r C
Choice cakes Violet Buttermilk I3utteroHkSoaJ Soap 5 5C
Opera Bags
New Style Silk Opera Op ra Bags in neat
and pretty combination comblnatlonshildes shades
new Ticket heavy n twisted price I silk ft cord c frames > r 1n trimming m Green r n 44 44C A Air A C
New Fancy Fanc Quill Ruching double
and single rows and some 3 r JL r
rows particularly neat plea t 2 24c 4c l
ed effects 3 neck lengths for = T
A lot of Silk Linen and Lace Neck ¬
wear in many different styles in ¬
cluding Turndown Collars
some with lace stole also Silk 4 fie r j
Stocks St s In different styles st > les 10 10C I i Si C
Green Ticket price f
A lot of Linen Doylies with C
fringe Special Green Ticket
price tomorrow 2
Womens Skirts
12 Walking Skirts in black blue
and gray cloths neatly ct S f
stitched full flare Green v qJ p 1 I fill 0 9 9stitched
Ticket price S V 7
14 Skirts in Broadcloth Cheviot and
Covert cm < rt full kilt a ll sizes sizesnn an d dextra extra
sizes in black blue < rj f f I
brown and tan 56 6 values alues Q P J < O 9 5 5brown
Green Ticket price w ° J
25 dozen Untrimmed Hats of the
best felt all colors and all the j f
most popular hapes worth worth 1 i I Oc L
75c to 5150 150 Gretn Ticket price ft
Ladies Misses and Childrens
Hats a lot Including i i4ilk ilk Velvet
Readytowear Re dytowenl Hats Untrlm
med Hats Sailor Hats etc p c >
Ticket worth ortll SI price 1 2 2 and 3 3 Green 2 25c 5c fc v
Odds and ends of Silk Velvets in
lengths from 3 to 15 yards ards most de ¬
sirable colors and qualities qu lities f f i C C
that command up to 2 a yard 2
Green Ticket price
Large French Curled Plumes 15 to
17 inches long full heads g >
black lack and colors CIO fS worth 2 and 9 98c 9 vjj 8c
3 Green Ticket price S w
f Childrens s Wear
Childrens Fast Black Rib ¬ 7
bed be a Hose all sizes worth 6 C
1 lc c Green Ticket price 8
Odds mid ends in Chil ¬
drens Fleeced Lined Rib ¬ 1
Ticket bed Vests price worth 25c Green I 2 ZT 2
n V c c c cc e c c S J
An ailment ailm llt like consump
non that has been months
an d years gettin g ga a foothold
cannot cannot be re lieved lievedin in in a wee k
or da y Scotts Emu ls ion
w ill a lwa ys affor d drelief relief l lan an d
o ften cure but not over n ight igh t
The cons istent use o f Scotts
Emu ls ion w v ill pos itive itiv ly help
the consumptive consum ptive at an y
sta stage ge of the disease We
guarantee nothin nothing 5 n g be yon d
this but we knov that r ight
liv livin in g and Scotts cotts Emulsion
have done more to cure con ¬
sum ption than an ythin g else
Scott Bowne 409 Pear l l St st New York York
Illustrated II us trated lectures to which the gen ¬
oral public publfcis Is cordially cordiallyinvlted c raially Invited Chil ¬
dren underJIxteen under sixteen years not admitted
Program at 8 oclock
between Sixteenth and andSeventeentb Seventeenth
February Fe Februaiv b ru a y 2 2 STARS STA R S AN AND D
Street between betw 1in Pennsylvania Avenue
and C Street southeast February 3 3
Vernon Square February 3 3STARS STARS
THIS Is to t give iivenotlce notice noticethat that on the the23d 23d
day of ofran1aijiA January A A D 1905 the he under ¬
signed was appointed receiver recelY r of ths t1 tl >
United States Sanitary Company by the
corporation court courtof of the city of Alexan ¬
dria State Stateo of Virginia All persons persi 1161n > In ¬
debted to said saldcomvany company will please make
prompt settlement settlementand and all persons to
whom the company is indebted will w11lor for ¬
ward their theirclal claims properly authenti ¬
cated All business matters in connec ¬
tion with the company eompanymust must be trans ¬
acted through the receiver otherwise
they will 111 not be recognized W E
PORTER Receiver United States San ¬
itary itaryCo485487 Co 4S5487 Missouri Ave N W
I fe246
NOTICE of ofMeeUng c Meeting of Stockholders
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting meetingof of ofthe the stockholders of the Con ¬
solidated Jack J ck11liesCo Mines Co will be held at
the office of the company at Duenweg
at atl00cr 10 oclock k a a m for the purpose of
electing directors and transacting such
other business as may come before tho
meeting FRANK MATTES President
February 2 195 It
THE Old Boys Fremont Fre nont and Lincoln
Republican Club will hold a meeting at
the Riggs House on FRIDAY EVEN ¬
ING L N G FEBRUARY 3 1905 at 7SO p m In
Participating in In the inaugural parade
March 4 4toiJe to be considered consideredE E M MMAR MAR ¬
BLE BLEPresldent President It
LIGHT COMPANY January 19 1905 190
The Th ahrual anrualmeetlngof meeting of the theshareholders shareholders
of otthe the Washington Wash1ng S ashington on Gas Light Company
for the election of directors and for such
other business as as may properly come
before said meeting will be held at the
offleept offiee tficeq of the company company413 413 10th 10thst st st nw
OCLOCK 0 CLOCK noon noon The polls will be open
from 12 oclock oclocknoon noon to 1 oclock p m In
3al918t a19l8t
ENVELOPES PRINTED complete c mplete 1000 1 OO
for forll8net 198 net while they last special car
lot just received hurry hurryhurryHHAR hurry hurryll 5 1 RAE ¬
RY PARK S14S16 F FNu Nuf ced Jal330t
We furnish tax statements showing
Increase lncre as ase e of taxes taxes next next three thre C years 31 EarS Mod ¬
t crate eratecompensaUon compensation THE TH CORPORA ¬
nw a and nd 468 6S Louisiana LO uisiana avenue Phone
I Main 3100
NEW DOMESTIC DOMESTIC sewing machine j
either chain or lock stitch two ma ¬
chines chIn s In one lightest running ball
bearing machine simple and durable
Sold on monthly payments Special
discount for cash Phone or mail orders
pr romptly mptly attended to DOMESTIC
F Fst fit nw nw Machines rented SOc week
Adjoining Boardwalk full ocean view Open
all year Long distance phones in rooms roo s
fresh fr shand and sea stawater water In baths Pure ure water
from artesian artes 1an well wellS25 823 feet deep Ice icenmde made
from this water White service
ThePennhurst The Pennhurst i iv 1VS
I IIO r CIIIIiEUI t MichieanAve I v VS
Elevator to street level Rooms en suite
with bath Open all year year Special winter and
spring springrates rates Booklet WILLIAM WILLIAMR R HOOD
Open all year year Capacity Capacltyzo 350 Long distance
phones in rooms Delft cafe Orchestra
Special winter and spring sprin rates es
esi esHOEBUS
WINDOWS FOR RENT RENTBest Best In city next
to Raleigh no cheap ones VERO S 7 ERO DEN ¬
TISTS 1115 Pennsylvania ave fe23t
I Sixty head horses and mules mulesWm Will McHenry
5 one load Forty Fort head h d consigned by local
parties Eight Etghthorses horses a little sore con
I signed by express company Four pair good
mules one extra good pair gray gra mares
weighing e Ighing2 2500 O ARLINGTON N HORSE HOR S E CO
I S2S7 and a nd 32S9 M St Washington D C fel2t
De posits osits Earn Interest lJlJer t
An Anc d lAreSu Are 4 reSu Su bject bjectto to
Chec Cl ec k ka Lat at a t Will IVillJ Wt ll J if y
Place d With
1ftn fltnerkan rl an S ecurit curitv ana
Crust Crustompany flolnpanv t
Capital 3000000
Surplus > 1500000
Always Jways the Sam 2
Berkeley Rye
I 8x3 X3 F St N W Phone Main Mainlt41 1141
1 Special p cial Private vate Delivery

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