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TU3S TITHES, WASHiyGTOSty 8U.NDA1?, NOVEMBER 21, 1897.
Clothing? Then you have never
worn OUR KrND. Come in and
examine our present stock of UP-TO-DATE
bUITS and OVER
COATS, and you'll easily be con
vinced that they are the peer of
the best custom tailor products.
Prices are 10, $12.50, $15 and up
to $25 for Suits and up to $45 for
Overcoat?. A big- variety in each
grade of the various fashionable
styles, weaves and colors. All
12tlrand F Sts. N. W.
The condition of Mr John V- Thompson
chews slight improvement.
A piuMon wet granted yesterday to Fred
erick J). Fulfcerson. of the District of Co
SUffitary hmss -will bo celebrated at Su
Aftnreiws' Oliurch next Thursday. Arch
tl'n: MartiHeUl 'will pruUtlily preside.
Tbe ladies, of Calvary Baptist Church -are
making trrangumeutsfra. ''rainbow te.i"
U be .given alxrat the first of next month.
Tatimr 'MfcirUfuit'Wbo has been ill Tor
mo time jit Providence Hoiitnl, con
tit hop in oHt rhe saina condition. His re
covery is expected.
Brlp. Gen. Liener, who bar. leen ill for
mi e time, will probably be "well enough
to attend to bis duties at the War L
iKrrtmeiit next week.
Tfce officer of the Grand Lodg?, I O. O
V . if the Untricl, wi'l make a visitation
to Brtoun Lodge, No. ir, tomorrow even
hie at Odd rellowv JIall
.A Jiieeiing of the students of the Colum
bian UnlverkUy lias been called fci Wed
uesday oxt for the purpose of organizing
a banjo, mandolin, and guitar, oiub.
TTbe Crescent Social Club, No 1 , was in
eorHred yesterday The incorporators
are William A. Willis Harry CIkim, Uarry
A Wltt-i.u, William L. Bombry, and
Ifidt&rd N. Davis.
The Rev. Leslie Moore, tha new pastor
of Ue eoMgregalinn of the Church of Our
FMtfcer, will assume the duties of his
cMargc this itHiriiing, and will prach the
reniHMi fat the 11 o'clock services.
Br. T- C. Smith, who lias been seriously
111 at bis lh,me. No- 1133 Twelfth Street
northwest, with blood poisoning, is nip
idly improving. He was well enough to
u.Vv carriage ride yesterday afternoon
The fire departiiient, lef.re Congiess
rae-ts, wi,t rv tn lions -iig ... u.
Capitol He cml annual batb. A lenucxt
w seat to the Commissioners yesterday
ami ttacy will send the engines up one
day next week.
"The 7ireles State" will be the sub
JAC4. of Itev. Dr. J J. Aluir's discuurv
tfebvaaing at ihe-EStreet BpUat Church
Cat.H. I. Prune has been irmdc chairman
BHdJT-W F-ixIer andE. P Hall vice chair
ieR of the hoard of pension appeals.
Judge rZ AI. Rueker, of Soatb Carolina,
who was appointed assistant attorney in
Ue Dejmriuienl of the Interior by Presi
deal Cleveland in 1S92, ban tendered lilt.
rfiigBHtitw- Mr. Rueker will return to
(WaraU'a. S. C. where he will resume the
practice or law.
Heiy Taylor, of Norbeck, Montgomery
comity. Aid., fell from Clievy Chase car
No. 8. earij yesterday tnuroiujg, at
TMrteei.th aial U btreets, and received a
severe oeuUistcHi on bis right check. He
wai in a dared cuiMlitioit when found, and
nt Fitjedmair& Hospital It is believed he
is also injured internally.
Accompany tlie turkey roast with Cbr.
Xaader's oldest Cal Madeira or Sherry,
sach 50c. qt., Tokay, 50c. and 65c. qt";
Spanish Palivo Sherry, 60c , or Amoroso,
7fcc qt.; Sweet Norton aud Catawba, $1
gal. 809 7th st. it
B. i O. BULLETIN.
Philadelphia and return, 2. 7:05 and
9 a. m. trains going, valid for return on
all regular trainh, today .
Baltimore and reUiru, SI. All trains lu
both directions today .
AMATiSLuM .N TH-h. UOARnS.
Muhlc, Song; mid Kecltntions for u
Cliurcb Gymnnhinm Fund.
The musical and literary entertainment
ri'on at Confederate Veterans' nail on Fri
day nurhr jiy the young men of Epiphany
Ohurch, for the nenef it of their gymnai-iurr,
proved to be the rnos-t successful one given
this season by that organization. Prof.
Leo Wheat opened the program withselec
tions from "II Trovatore," which provoked
nevcral encores, to which he responded
gracefully. Then followed comic songs
by W. H Morsell; recitation, "Napoleon,"
by Marker Milo Dcullegei, vocal solo,
'Nightingale Pong," 'Russian), by Miss
Pearl Evans, soprano, with Hiss Gunler,
piano accompanist humorous selections, by
Mr. Hugh Saxon: contralto olo, "The Dying
Hose," by Miss Blanche lluir, with Prof.
Leo Wheat piano accoiupanlfct. The Mad
rid Quartrt, Arthur E Yundt, violin A V
.Holme, guitar, ami E. Holcer, mandolin,
rendered "BearUs and Flowers." Eacii aud
every ttini called forth rapturous encores
and theonc-aefcoomedy. " Where b M y Hat?"
by Robert O. V. Meyer, scored a great hir
Tins characters v, ere an follows: Mr. Fred
erick Felix, Hr..E Everett DeardofI; Mrs
Frederlrk Felix, Miss C. Cathryn A Preston
Margery, the maid MInsKatharyr.G. Whit
comb; Tempcuny, cabman, Mr. W H. V
The evening clo-ed by clearing the hall
of tlie chairb and tripping the light fan
tatUc toe until midnight. The committee
dc-lre to exprebs their grateful thanks to
Trof. Arthur E Yundt for bin invaluable
assistance In arranging all tlie details of
A BICYCLIST HUN DOWN.
J. A. Goraiun on Hi. 'Wheel trp.bet
by a AYunon.
J. A. Gorman while riding a hiccle was
run down by a wagon driven by Leu is V
Solomon neai tbe corner or Ninth and 3
streets yefcterday afternoon about 1 o'clock
and painfully injured.
Mr. Gorman claimed that the wagon wa
tu the wrong side of the street. He remon
strated with the driver, whereupon he was
iet upon by Solomon and a man named
Washington and assaulted.
Solomon and Washington were arrested
and taken to No. 1 police station, where
Ihey made a deposit for their appearance
In the police Court Monday morning .
DEDICATED TO K.YHL DECKER.
Funciulli's New ilnreh "El Llber-
indor" to Appear in the N. Y.
Fanclulli, who led the Marine Baud for
five years, has made bis bow to New
Yorkers, with a new march, written for
the New York Sunday Journal, which will
reach tbe capital today. It Is pronounced
by musicians who have beard It as one ir
the best creations that ever came from
the famous musician.
It is dedicated to Carl Decker, the
Journal's staff correspondent who res
cued Evangdlna Cisneros from the Span
ish prison in Cuba a few weeks ago.
Fanciulli aud Decker are warm personal
friends and the composer styles the march
"EI Libertador." It has a rbjtbmic swing
and 1b very infectious in ire melody. The
music Is full folio size and appears as a
Implement to the Sundaj Journal. It
The Society of Washington Art
ists' House Warming.
A SYMPATHETIC ASSEMBLY
The Distinct Success of the Firt
ICi'jfht of tho Loan Kxhibitiuu.
"Words of Appreciation From
President McKmley The Uiilleo
to Be Open Today.
The Spoietv of CWashington Artists dedi
cated tljelr gallery at 10t!0 Connecticut
aven-ie l.ist ljgtit with b it little formality
but undT circumstances which made the
occasion one or rare Interest to the large
assemblage, -which expressed by its press
enee its apnicciation of the important
event- The ga'lery is regarded as tlv
artistic borne or the wuclcry, which has
been cnter'ainlug and rns-tructfng tbe pub
lie of Washington for years by their an
mm! evliioitioxw-.ilrst in quarters provided
by Messrs. Woodward Ac Loihrop anil lat
terly by th Cosmos Club.
The new gallery has heretofore been
dcrlbed- in 'Ihe Times, but-last night
it preheated quite u different aspect, wlt!i
its treasiire? illuniiUiitcd by a flood o..'
electric light. 'Ihe walls of the gallery
are well -overed with woiks of the tjesii
artislss. Ihe disposition of the leflectona
isnomirable so that the pictures appeared
to possibly their best advantage
No better expression of the purpose of
the?ocie;yin thi departure could lie urlt
iKii tliau that to be Jouml in the neat cuta
lojnieof tbe gallery, bpcaklugof this, the
With a membership grown from 10 to
11G ana the need of more space than
the "cosmos" could ufionl, tne society
lelt tnat MiineUilng more pennunently and
partlcuhirly its own must be supplied.
Tins uoslrc has been met ty the gen
erosity and public spirit of Mro. Beluen
Unis jear the societ Invites the public
to a well-equipped gallery, ,inU receives
its guests in its own quarteJs.
To fittingly mark this true epoch in Its
history, a loan collection from the art
treasures of our own citizens has been
Ine society lias endeavored to bring to
getner a unique collection that is at once
retrospective and modern, illustrating in a
measure the history of painting from the
days of the old Italian masters to thu
masters or today, ana embracing an inter
esting variety of naUonalities and schools.
Particular attention has been ghen to
American art, and pictures are shown from
the brushes of Gilbert Stuait. Charles Wil
son Penl, John Singleton Copley and other
pioneers in the art of America, also by
that group of painters termeu the inter
mediate American facnool, whose names
were household words during the early
fifties, and, finally, the most recent prod
ucts of American genius.
With this .public ami general expression
of its gratitude to those who have to
tills moment aided and encouraged the so
ciety, it submits to tbe general public
its claims to become one of the service
able and esteemed institutions of the cap
ital. ihe ohjt.-i.tof the society was not to at
tract u ver great crowd to the gallery
ln.t night, and did not expect a large oa.,
considering the price of admfsMou, but in
thin the weie perhaps agreeably disap
poiimtei!. The doors were thrown open at
S p. m. and by about 9:30 o'clock the
wholi'fif thefloor space was occupied. The
attendants ww ictrgely of the arUovlng
flats of Citizen. Amuug those noted in the
gathering wereMr. Memionca, the Brazilian
minister, the Misses Menaoncu, Mr Frank
C. Van Born, Miss Van Horn, Mr. Tow&e,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Poor, Mr. and Mrs.
Stilson Hutchiiib, Mr. S. H. Kaufman anil
Miss Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Koyee, Mr. and Mrs Thomas wii
son, Dr. Godding Miss Godding, Mrs. aud
Miss Decnng.XT. and Mrs. Lane, Mr. and
Mm. W C. Clark, C. D. Walcot, of the
Geological Survey, and Mrs. Walcot, Mr
Eldrirtge, Postmaster General Gary, At
torney General McKenna, Minister Romero,
First AraiFtant Secretary of State Day.
Mr. AV. H Michael, chief clerk of the
The President was expected. He had
sent at appreciative note expressing his
desire to be present, but was unavoidably
Tne visitors found delight In tbe rare
collection. It is distinctively a Joan ex
hibition aud includes many of the finest
works owned in this city and elscwuerc
No bettei place can be found just now .n
Washington to spend a few houis than with
the Society of Washington Aitists at their
new homp. The piomenade last evening
was under additional Inspiration of excel
lent music by Haley's Orchestra.
The gailer v will be open today from
Z p m. to 5 p. m., and on days other
than Sundays from 9:30 a. m. to 10 p. m.
The officers of the society are H. C.
Messer, president; H. Hobait Nichols, vice
president, W. H. Chandler, secretary; George
The committees for the exhibition are:
Committceon soiled ta tin ii E.F.Andre ws,
E. C. Messer, Max Weyl and George GlblM.
Committee in invitations Charles H?
Poor, Frank Moss and George Gibln.
Committee on catalogue H.HobartNicr
ols, U. S.J. Dunbar and W. B. Chilton
Reception committee E. F. Andievs, E.
C. Merser, Max Weyl, W. II . Chandle
George Gibbs, 11. Hobart Nichols, Frank
.Moss, chairman, U. S. J. Dubar, Willlpm
B. Chilton, R.N. Brooke andV. G. Vislier.
To the committee of artists in tbe ;e
ception committee were added Messrs.
Mattingly, Woodward, McLanahan, Kaurf
man and Thomas E. Clarke. Mr Clirke.
by the way, is tbe originator of the first
American gallery of art.
The active members of the society are E.
F. Andrews, Mrs. E. F. Andrews, L .Ama
teis, R. N. Brooke, L. S. Brumidl, W. W
Christmas, W . H. Chandler, W. B. Chilton.
Jane B. Curtis, Catherine Crltcher, Lillian
Cook. Will H . Corfin, William Fuller Curtis.
Robert Coleman Child, Jules Dleiidonne,
U. S. J. Dunbar, JJ. J. Etlicott. Georgo
Gibbs, Carl Gutherz, Robert Hinkley, Anna
Stjindlcy Holdbrooke, Samuel Hodgkins,
Dr. David Kindlebcrger, E. H. Miller, E.C.
Messer, Parker Mann, Frank Moss, Jamea
Hpjir Moser, II . Hobart Nichols, Spencer
H.Nichols, Bertha E. Perrie, Luclau Powell.
Charles H. Poor, Clary Ray, Wells M.
Sawyer, Edward Siebert, Alice Solomons,
Juliet Thompson, Gaetano Trentanove. S.
Jerome I "hi. Max Weyl, and Carl Weller
The list of tbe paintings and of their
contributors to the gallery has been pub
lished in The Times.
Will Go On Your Bond
In criminal and civil cases. Will act a
receiver, assignee, guardian or trustee.
Will prosecute claims or all kinds, and will
buy and sell-such as are assignable. Will
purchase real estate whose title 1b de
fective or in dispute, or will clear up
titles for owners. Will pay back taxes at
This company makes a specialty of
street ana steam railroad accident cases.
No charge for consultaUon. Financial as
sistance furnished to litigants on reason
Those about to bring suit for dlvorca
should consult the company before takinc
Washington Law & Claims Co.
JOHN G. SLATEH, President.
OUicus, 472 Lnti hlumv Ave. N". W
He Tells You He Cures the Most
Obstinate Cases of Disease.
Air. Potts Testuici, That Alunyon
Opened His Ears. Mr. S:rieby
A (Ir:al Admirer of Alunyon.
Mr. A. D. Potts, No. 471 II St. N. W., i
Washington, D. C, bujs "I was troubled '
ivith catarrhal deafness for six or eight
ji-ars without being able to obtain relief
in any direction. Then- weie ringing and
buzzing noises in my ears which were ex
tremely aunoiing. I wus persuaded to try
i luiessor jiunyon s specialists, ana am
pleased to say that afier using Munjon'-s
Remedies that my hearing has been re
stored completely and all the noises lu my
head entirely stopped."
Mr. George F. W. Strieby, No. 714. 11
St. N. E., Washington. 1) . C, says "I
have used Munyon's Remedies for rheuma
tism, colds and asthma, and find that
thrreis nothing like these wonderrul reme
dies. A few weeks ago I was run down
by a wagon and had my wrist terribly
sprained. I lost complete use of It, and
also my hand. Tlie usual treatment and
remedies were tried without any benefit
wbateer. I went to Professor Munyon's
Institute, and, after two treatments with
the Static Electric Machine, I regained
the complete usi of my wrist and hand.
I consider his electric treatment slniply
MUNYON'S STATIC ELECTRICAL MA
CHINE cures Stirf Joints, Paralysis aud
Neuralgia, and gives new life to the nere
racked and the brafn-wenry.
MUNYON'S LIFE CHAMBER CURES
Catarrh, Asthma and Bronchitis, and heals
and revivifies the lungs and air-passages.
MUNYONS HOME REMEDIES CURE
each disease with a separate specific. For
Nile by all druggists mostly 25 cents a
MUNYON'S SKILLED SPECIALISTS
give free diagnosis und prescriptions for
any disease. On duty all day and even
ing. Sunday, 2 to 5 p. m.
62U 13th tet. s. "W. It
I'O EXTEND THE CONDUITS
Application of the United States
Electric Lighting Company.
"Wants Permission to linn Its Con
duits Through the Streets to
the .Northern Boundary.
The United States Electric Lighting Coir
pany yestorday made formal application
for permission to complete its Fourteenth
street conduit to tbe northern boundary
Th. Commissioners hfld a board meeting
to tulk tbe matter over with Capt. Thomas
late in the lifternoon. The only Mate
lueiit that could be secured after the meet
ing was that the petition will be taken
This proiiosiuou of the United States
Company was expected by people inter
eKed in the matter when permission was
grautedbi luy theNlnthstreet conduit, somi
There are several of these norlhtxmnd
coiulu!u owned by the company, which do
fut reach to Mount Pleasant and the other
northern suburbs. They are on nearly all
the streets from Ninth to ConneetUut ave
When the permit, was asked to complete
the Ninth street conduit a frtublioru flg.M
was made against it by the Potomac Com
pany, which bus access to the suburbs.
It was shown by Capt.. Thomas and the
othei attorneys for the United States people
however, that the law gavethern uie right
to the conduit, aud the pern Ission was
The Fourteenth street conduit is partly
constructed. The compauy desire- to make
It continuous. There is a section to be
laid from tbe plant south of Pennsylvania
avenue to New York avenue, and another
section from S street to the Boundary
The case is- almost Identical with the
Ninth street case. The Commissioners hesi
tat e to grant tbe permit immediately, bo v.
ever, as Congress will soon be in scssi u
end the people here who made the law.
The Commissioners will consult with -ne
or two if the Senators before allowing
the company to proceed.
Marriage licenses were granted y ester
daj as follows:
James S. Harlan, of Chicago, and Mary
Maud Noble, of Washington.
Daniel R. Waters andLotie Robinson.
KATIIEHINE KBIEG'.S WILL.
Desires to JIiivp Oruve Mnrlted With
a Wooden Cross.
Th" will of Katherine Krieg was filed Fri
day. She directs that a tombstone, not to
cost ieore than S50, shall be erected a bo. e
the grave of her deceased husband, George
Krieg, and that a plain wooden cross, vvitii
a Mmple inscription, shall be placed abo.e
her yave. She bequeaths $4110 to George
Gla.il), whom she named as executor; $200
to Magdalcna Stier, or Yauktun, S. D.;
and $75 to Frederick Schnauber, of Yank
ton. She bequeaths her gold watch and $5
to the Sisters of Providence at the Cath
illc University. She divides her household
furniture between Miss Jennie Bevan.Mrs.
Catharine Brazerol, Miss Mary Braerl
and Miss Jennie Partlett. She bequeaths
her feather bed to the Little Sisters of the
OPTION GIVEN ON BELT LINE.
Strong Probub llty That the IlouJ
Will Change Hands.
An option was given yesterday to Cirs
well &. Co., or Baltimore, on the controlling
stock of the Belt Line Street Railway sys
tem of this city.
The option was given by Elkins, Wid
ner, and Dolan, of Philadelphia, who own
the controlling btock of the Eekington
and Soldiers' Home Railway, the Bel5
Line Railway, and the Columbia and Mar
laud Railway, all of which lines ere in
cludpd iu the option. The option has be-iii
rending lor some time, and now that it'
has been granted, it is thought by perso is
connected with the system that its con
summation means the rehabilitation or
If the condition of the road proves ea'.is
factorj a deal will be made transferring
the coi'trolling interest to the parties hold
ing the option. The price agreed upon in
the option is being kept secret for the
lleeosnition of Consuls.
The President has recognized the
Jap Hansen Mailand, as vice consul of
Denmark, for the State of Kansas to
reside at Kansas.
Silveriode Castro, cousulof the Argentine
Rppubllc, at Pensacola , Fla
Manuel S. Macias, consul or the Argen
tine Republic, at Mobile, Ala
John Marshall Qnlutero. vice cnunsul of
Costa Rica at New Orleans, La.
W JUJL J ElJI
Mil f. K I VrTS
This sacrifice of the WILSON "SHOE
STOCK will be at its very HEIGHT tomorrow.
Every bargain table will be heaped to overflowing-
and first comers will find the greatest shoe
bargains every offered by any house in this city.
Unparalleled Sacrifice of the
, .Here are a few prices that will attract crowds
to outbargain tables: .
Infant's DOc. soft tolc shoes
and laced all sizes and colors-choice
morrow' while thev last.
Choice of a hcapmlc bible full of ladles'
and children's shoes and slippers also
.Y,1-r """ '""' oiijjjieis in emurrnuerea &3&Ha'
-..- " "-" c"ii men o iiiuiuiiim alli
gator sllppers-$l qualities for.
Choice of a table full or o'Cd sizes in
-ladies' $2.00 shoes for .T.
On another table you will find
S2.50 and $3 shoes all sires in
or laced choice
310-312 Seventh Street.
Avenue entrance through S. Kann, Sons & Co.
48c. Corsets, 25c.
I Addlto your
We'll help you in the most practical way by saving
money for 3-ou. Study these bargains and fig-ure out
Jiow mucin you can save on what needs to be bought. You
cannot beat our prices, try where you will. You cannot
even match them,
- Tour choice of 100 Ladles' Dress sSkirts, black and colored, plain and
brocade, fqil width, -well lined ami velvet bound, worthf.iomSi.49
to S1.S9 at. only......". : BGo
Your choice of Capes and Jackets nt half price, st'artiug at.... .750
75c Double Bldnkets...! 440
08c Double Blankets 6QC
S3.98 Double" Blankets.... -$s. 39
68c. Bed Comforts GOO
1.39 Bed Comforts QScr
7Cc. Bed Spreads 59c,
S1.2G Bed Spreads 950
49c. Bed Sheets 390
15c All Linen Towels 11 c
8c. Bleached Towels 4c
5c. Toweling Crash 3c
8c. Doylies 4.0
29c. Table Linen 2SC
6 Domet Flannel 4c
Gc. yard-wide Unbleached
Cotton 3 7-gc
12 1-2c. Double Wide Plaids.. ..gc
25c. yard wide BresS Good'i.xS l-2o
39c. Brilliantine and Mohair..,sso
uuc -Uruuantiue and Mohair 46 J
PRIVATE OF MARINES GEARY
Official Inquiry Into His Treatment
Testimony Thnt Be Was Clubbed
and Otherwise Maltreated by
Officers Who Arretted Him.
Upon tbe request of Capt. F. H. Barring
ton, of the Marine Barracks, tbat an in
vestigation be made into the conduct of 1
PoliCHinen Charles F. Osterman, W. L.
Sautmeyer, B. W. Smoot, W. T. Clinton,
J. B. Smltb and G. "W. Mason, while ar
resting Thomas Geary, a private of the
Marine Corps. November 2 last, the case
was beard before Judge Pugh in the police
trjnl court yesterday afternoon.
The testimony was 'exhaustive and the
case consumed thengreater part of the
Sergt. J. Cllfford.Iot the .Marine Corps,
stated that while on s guard Noven ber 2
his attention was brought to what ap
'peared u. be a fighbon Eighth street, not
far from the. barracks. He recognized Po
licemen Smoot, Clirrttm, Osterman. Smith
and Mas-m as beingipr,esent during tbe dis
turbauce. He sworei that he saw Smoot
clubbing the marine afor fully ten min
utes, while Osterman c and Clinton were
holding the mun down on his buck. F
Hutchinson, a marine, dn testifying, partly
corroborated what the first witness told
the court. T. J. Stack, a marine, testi
fied that he saw Policeman Osterman
strike at the prisoner, but did not see
tho blow take effect. He was sent to get
a doctor, I ufc when he returned the niarlue
had been placed in the patrol wagon.
Stack said he was arrested by the .ffi
cers for remonstrating with them and
fined $5 for profanity.
Mr. William Eoswell, a blacksmith at
the navy yairt, said that he saw tw.j
policemen holding Geary down while a
third man was doing the clubbing. He
was certain that Smoot came afterward.
Charles Wayson, a cabinet maker, sold
that be saw two or three marines holding
down a drunken marine. The policenv n
came and took the man away fron. the
marines and clubbed him heavily. The
prisoner was drunk and apparently sense
less, and witness did not think it necessary
to use forte. He said Clinton, Santmeyer
4 y W JL KS 9
904 Seventh 3
75c Velvets, black and colored. 44c
15c Ribbed Vests X3C
29c Ribbed Vests 33c
49c Merino Underwear 3TC
68c Night Gowns 44c
98c Night Gowns 73c
10c Side Combs, silvered 5c
75c Umbrellas 44c
49c Unlaundered Shirts 39c
39o Outing Shirts a3c
39c Canton Drawers 23c
39c Inrants Silk Caps S3C
25c Infants' Sacquos X9C
15c Infants' Bootees qc
39c Boys' Knee Pants S3c
$1.39 Ladles' Satteen Underskirts,
lined all through, aud with 2
deep ruffles q50
904 7th St
and Smoot iere there, the latter In cit
izen's coat and hat. He aawsomeone raise
a club and strike, but did not see the
blow-. The policemen dragged tbe marine
bodily across tlie car track and held I im
on the other side of Eighth street for the
arrival of the patrol wagon.
Mr. J M. Ober, of No. 541 Ninth street
K.vtl-east, .said he saw three marines fold
ing a drunken man down and saw Sunt
meyer come up and yell, "What's tbe
ir alter here?" Then the other pul'cemou
appeared. They rushed the prisoner acro-s
the street, dragging him on his briut.
He sa-w SRntmeyer beat the marine heav
ilj over the legs with his baton. 3nv ot
did not have hold of the prisoner. M.u-n
had 01. a cardigan jacket, but Smith and
tin rest were in uniform. He did i.t re
rreuber having seen Santmeyer there dur
ing tl trouble. He saw the pollee-uen
drac the man across the street.
Other witnesses examined for the United
States were George Ahrends and Joan
During the investigation Capt. Harring
ton t.iok part in the cross-examination fi r
the District and Lawyer Moss appeared as
counsel fur the defense.
When the case has been thoroughly veil
tilled the stenographic notes of the evi
dence taken will be submitted to the
Policeman Santmeyer, in testifying, ad
mltted that he struck Geary witn his baton,
but only once, and not until the latter had
by hitting and kicking forcpd him to do so.
Policeman Cs carman followed with his ac
count c-C how tlie trouble occurred. He
corroborated Air. Sautmeyer's statements
Mr. C. C. Bury, overseer at the work
house, said that lie saw tho policeman
partlv drag the man across Eighth street,
but that he did not see any blows struck
by any ppr.son other than Mr. Smtmeyer,
who, he said, only struck because he saw
that his prisoner was fighting, kicking and
A numbei of other witnesses gave simdtr
testimony. At the cloe of the case Judge
Pugh took: the paperg and will within .1
few davp submit iiis recommendations to
the Commissioners .
Sppclal inducements Extra sale. Suits
madeforSKi andalso pants. ?2.'50. Pekof
sky, the tailor, 1734 7th st. nw. It
To prevent colds; Rubiul's Pills, the greitc
preventive against pneumonia, pleurisy,
bronchitis cold in the head, etc. Wash
ington Homeopathic Pharmacy, 1007 H
street nor'hwest. No branches Tele
nhoue, 1695 no3-tf
The Busy Corner,
8th and Market Space.
Most Colossal Coat Pur
se Ever Consummated.
$18, $20 awl $25 JACKETS
YOU WON'T BC INTERESTED IN
WE WON'T WEAR1 YOU BY RELATING
These are the Cloths:
These are the Colors:
These are the styles:
English Box Fronts,
Plain Fly Fronts,
Part and Full Shape,
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO EXAGGERATE
In describing- the values of what will prove the b.g-cst Coat offer
Washington has ever known.
A window full of 'em at A-
A Clearing; Out of Curtains Worth
as High as $5.98 at
v J JL 9 Jl ?
Open confession is g-ood occasionally. "We are going- to make
one now. Bought a big lot of Madras Curtains not long- ago.
There were probably 400 pairs in the line. Some of them were
plain, some tinted back-ground some worth 4.00 some $5 ands
$6. They haven't been moving- as fast as we wished them to, andf
they'll pay the penalty of having-the life cut out of their price.
Any pair in tne nouse
49 pairs ot Ecru Irish Point Curtains', 3 1- yards lung. No two pair match. Tho
variety Is necessarily large. Sample txese. Stock curiairnflfke them sell for $3, Sl'J
and SI 5. Choice ot any pair.
$5.98. - .
Scotch, Lace Curtains, Irish Point effect bordorg, Paine "d'Ksprlt center 3 1-2
yards long. Reduced from S3.00 to
Choice of o7 pairs of Nottingham Curtains, whroJUkive BeeaselHnsatSS:op
A Portiere Special.
Any pair of TapeMry or Chenille
S3.C0, $-1.00 and S3.00,
Is now on sale at our Perfume Counter at the special price,
Over 125,000 sample cakes were given away during the past week. Numbers ot
people have learned or the luxury which a soap like this affords. Egg White Soap W
a combination of the best of everything. Made of frcsb, sweet cream and white
eggs, delicately perrumed. It works won ders as a scalp cleaner and Imparts a
beautiful sweetness and fragrance to theskln.
INTRODUCTION PBICE So
We had a number of Corsets in one of our Eighth-street wiadws Ias& week,
and they were just a little bit soiled in handling. They coaslst. of White, Drab
and Black C. B.s and long, medium and short R. & G.'s. These two makes ara
world-standardb at SI .00. If you cm be fitted your size at
An Announcement. "
Our Corset Department is now one ot the most complete anywhere Int addi
tion to every variety ot American and foreign makes, we are tht? sole aggnta
for the famous Seir-Reduclnp Corsets, by rearing which 16 is possible to redacts
the abdomen in a short While. A complete Imeof bust and bustle forms has alsbbeeru
added. Asa leader we offer 5c BusUcs for 190
36-inch Guaranteed Fast Black Soft Finish Rustle Lining. Just the weight for skirt
lining. Sold everywhere for 10c yard Monday 7. 0
Genuine 16-Inch Imported Herringbone Hair Cloth, In either black'or gray.
Sold everywhere for 2rc and 30c Monday 190
lGc quality All-linen Stiff Canvas, in black only. Monday ..!""40 1-fio
30-inch Moire Soft Finish rercallne, in guaranteed fast bluck and all other colors.
Worth 15c yard. Monday S l-2c
A 13c quality Black Back Figured Waist Lining. Monday "...!.10 l-2o
36-inch best quality extra fine Twilled SHwuu. Sold regularly for "12 l-2c yard?
all colors Monday. .... 83-4a
Bright Red All-wool Moreen newest thing for skirts and lining. Worth 60c yard.
Buying for a little less than everybody else, buying doubly as much as-all others,
and offering our domestics at the most reasonable prices, all help to hoist the banner
of our leadership to an eminence from which it is apparent to everyone.
Bast Indigo Print choice styles 3 7-8o
Ainoskeag and Lancaster Apron Ginghams 3 7-jjc
Yard-wide Scorcher Bleach Muhlin 3 7-Sc
81x90 Bleach Sheets well made better thanUtloa 45C
45x30 Bleach Pillow Cases-hemstitched.. '...,. 9 3tc
50 styles Klondike Skirt Patterns-full size 35c
4.11-wool French Flannel- black and colors 3g0
Yard-wide White Flannel-fine quality 25c
Talbot Medicated Red Twill Flannel-extra fine 4....25c
Below cost must have all this space
Shaker Flannel and Canton Flannel
Bed Twill All-wool Flannel
Best prints-choice styles
12 l-2c Furniture and Drapery Cretonnes
a. K till 11 ? o
8th and Market Space.
THE DETAILS -HOW WE GOT "EM.
This is how they are
They're all man-tailored Jackets- Eora1
have raw seams, stitched edges some-ari
made-wltrtwelc, others with overlap aeams.
- They are lined with the finest- satin
duehofcse- loomed, in every conceivabl--color.
Some, too, are lined with the most
attractive Roman stripe taffetas, others
with peerless fancy plaid taffetas. Some
have self collars others velvet collars,.
Some inlaid velvet collars.
Portieres (no two pairs alike!.