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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1898,
8 A NECKWEAR FEAST. We put oil sale this morning about ioo dozeu Silk Neckties (balance of a manufacturer's stock). They are all in the newest and most popular shades, colors and combinations. Are REGULAR 50c. QUALITY, but to close tlfem out at once we offer Tou choice of Tecks, Four-in-hands, Puffs, Ascots, . Imperials, at Also same qualities and patterns in String Ties and Band Bows. Only 15c. each, or two for 25c. :' .The sale of the Schloss Bros.' wholesale stock of Men's and Youths' Clothing is fast drawing to a close. You have only this week to select from the newest and best of this season's Suits and Overcoats at about ONE-HALF of regular retail prices. You take no risk whatever in buying PATENT LEATHER - SHOES of us, for we GUARANTEE ours against breaking. If they should break we replace with a new pair. All sizes in all popular shapes. Robinson & Chery Co. . . I2th and F Sts. N. W. ? DYSPEPSIA. .Ilenicxntntr tlmt GROVI2B GHA IIAM'S remedy is GrAKANTlvED to remove nil dlhtres. FilOM TIIK FIHST DOSK. It In folly to suffer -when ft "50c. bottle, pro en rod from your, drufigihl, will correct in stantly nil unpleasant symptoms. An infallible Sue if Ic for Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Gastritis una nil dia ai(.e arising from an impaired Di gestive System. Y'ritc to Grovor Giuliani Co., Xewburgb, K. V., for pamphlet. City Brevities. George McCauley, Edgar Davis and Flavius S. Moulton. special policemen, bave resigned. The Commissioners yesterday sent lo Congress a revised draft of the bill for the prevention of electrolysis, the change made being only a verbal one. Mr. Louis C. Kam, of the Southern Railway, left Washington recently for "Asheville, X. C. where he expects to 'remain for the winter among the Pis gah .Mountains. - -Mrs. Anna JR. Clayton yesteiday filed a bill for maintenance against Benjamin F. Clnyton, alleging that, although he is drawing a salary of $100 and a pension of S4ii, he refuses to provide- anything for her support. The following divorces weie granted by Judpe Hastier yesterday: William Olaik from Ida Clailc; William Barry froni Maigaiet Batry; Nettie Staples from Fauntleroy M. Staples. The charge in each ease was desertion. James A. Milsttad ha. be?n appointed engineer and janitor. KMy Dougherty iaboier, and D. W. Foster, a special nurtf at the fcniallpox hospital. Foster is appointed for only a few days, to look aft'M- the chicken-pox case that lias been 'at the hospital. fine .Commissioner yesterday sent to Congies-.- their approval of the bill to provide for the payment or claims for material furnii-hed on District buildings. ' with the opinion, however, tliat the bill . should not be made, to cover any claims aireadj Incurred. Thel'unmal of Mi-. Columbus Alex ander, who died at his iesidenc No. TM7 "Thirtieth street, cm Monday morn ing, will Jake place at the-late residence -tdtaoi row morning at 9::i0 o'clock, after which ,a. rajuiem mass will be i-aid at Holy Trinity Church. l"y"udge OhRiley B. Seotl. the presiding judge of the United States branch of the District police court, is still confined to his home by .-ickness. I Us place on i he bench was filled yesteiday by Jus tice of the Peace Samuel li. Mills, who will also preside today" if Judee Scott is still too unwell to attend to liu duties of the coui I. Mrs. Ajnanada Columbus, widow of tin hue William F. Columbus, died Sun day afternoon at the residence of hei son, Mr. Fabian Columbus. The funeial will be h-la tliifc morning at S:30 o'clock at the residence. After the service re quiem mas? will be said at the Chinch of the Immaculate Conception. Burial will tatfe piice at Hock Creek Cemetery. - William Ford, colored, who was charg ed iumc time ago with aiding and abet ting Michael Burke in conductlncr an un licensed bar near Hit- Soldiers' Home, was, tried yesterday before Judge Mills and a jury, and acquitted. Hardly had the jury announced its .vet diet whn another warrant was issued for Ford, charging him with keeping an unlicensed bar. I'ror. Leiirliter'.-. Itccitul. Hie organ recital of Prof H. CJough JLeighter last night at St. Mark's Pru Cathedial was well attended in spite of thp unpleasant weathei. The program was an attractive one and was well rendered. Mr. Leigh ter is always ac ceptable, and the excellent work of those who assisted him last night was receiv td with much pleasure. The following was the program: Toccata and fugue in D minor. Bach; "Meditation," Chad wick; "Cantique de JNoel," Adam; Mr. Charles E. Myeis. "The Nativity," an Jdylle, Leighter; a, "Three Kings Came Hiding From Far Away;" b. "They Laid Their Offerings at His Feet;" e.""And Returned to Their Homes by Another Way." Longfellow; song, "A Dream of Paradise." Gray; Miss Lillian Jlalley; violin obligato by Miss Ella Knight; "Andante Con Moto," Fischer. During this number an offertory was taken for the choir fund of the Pro-Cathedral, after which the sung "The Sun Shall Be No Moie Thy Light by Day."Anthem by Woodward. Concert Satz In D ma jor. Koner. Marriage I.kciixcs. Kichard 12. M, Sands and Edna Don ovan, both of Baltimore: Lucius An- i uerson and Sarah Dickerson. both col ored; Peter France and Matilda Cliilds; S. Philip JE. Boyd and Delia U. Tally; Thomas F. Riley and Blanch M. Hawkon, Gregory Kandolph and Aman da Gray; Frederick Volz, of New York, and Barbara Buhler; Charles E. Pum jihrey and Ruth E. Lambkins: William Hartley and Josephine Donohue; Wil liam E. Charter and Emma Q. Taylor. TO C17IU3 A COLD IX ONE DAY Take Lnxatlcc Uromo Quinine Tablets. All drngg'Wsreriind the money ititfaiistocure. 256. Tlie geniuic ha L. 15. Q.oneacli tablet. Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredericks town, JMo., was troubled with chronic diarrhoea for over thirty years. He had hecome fully satisfied that it was only a question of a short lime until he would have to give up. He had been treated by some of the best phy sicians in Europe and Ameiica, but got no permanent relief. One day he picked up a newspaper and chanced to read an advertisement of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He got a bottle of it, the first dose helped him and its continued use cured him. For sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, 93S F street and Connecticut avenue and S street northwest and 142S Maryland avenue northeast Seek and you will find. Heurich's is sold in all hotels and restaurants, and in tJottlcs by the Arlington JBottlhig Co. tZ20 Business Pants, well madei 4f JST TTMUff ST gfEmf-JF M K.MWMmmmmmf J09 Seventh Street aw 25 each THEY SUE MRS. CUSHINQ Tlie Youiis Demand Tiveutv Tliori sand Dollars' Damages.,' An Intel cstin; T.itigntiou us a ltcsult nfJMis. Young's Arrest on the Chnrue of Theft. Charles P, Young and his wife,- Annie Young, yesterday filed a suit against Clinton C. dishing and his wife, Jennie W. Cushing, for alleged false imprison ment, claiming ?0,000 damages. The Youngs state that on January 20 Mrs. Cushing swore out a. search Avarrant alleging that .she believed Mrs. Young had stolen bed clothing and a table-cloth from her, valued at $20, and that -with this two officers made a forci ble search of her premises, at No. 1510 JH streeVand yent into all her drawers, trunks and closets, creating great havoc and causing her great distress of mind. Theymake the further accusa tion that the officers took a pair of gloves during their search, although there was nothing in the warrant re lating to any such article, and although they were lrs. Young's property. With (his pair of gloves which Mrs. Cushing "well knew not to be her prop erty, but which she claimed, another warrant was then, sworn out against Mrs. Young-for larceny, they state, and she was arrested on January 2S. She was tried in the police court and found not guiliy. All this series of events they state lias caused them great humiliation and distress and the loss of the esteem of their friends and the public. In addi tion to this they have been obliged to expend $500 in procuring bail, Retting evidence of Mrs. Young's innocence, for the services of a lawyer, and in other expenses growing out or the at tack of Mrs. Cushing. They state that there was absolutely no reason for the accusation and accuse Mrs. Cushing of making a charge maliciously with the intention of injuring them. SMITH 1M.ACKI) ON' TRIAL,. He It, CI m rj;od With the Murder of Kdmoniu .Taek-on. The trial of Edward Smith (colored) for the murder of Kdmonia Jackson CASH OR CREDIT '3il" We Lead The Bargain Parade ! Ever since we opened our remodeled house and added our Ladies' Departments our low prices have been the won der of the town. Never were they lower than now. We are determined to clear out our stock before the advent of sprinjr, and cost is not taken into consideration. Wc have made the most sweeping cuts, as these prices will show you. And still you may avail yourself of our credit systeci, the most liberal in the world. Take your own time in settling. MEN'S SUITS, MEN'S OVERCOATS, MEN'S TROUSERS, CHILDREN'S SUITS, CHILDREN'S REEFEI CHILDREN'S PANTS, Ladies' and Misses' $1.01 Hats, $29c. We have just received our latest purchase of Hats, and a truly magnificent lot Wvcy are. The newest style in Tarn o'Shanters the "Delmore." J hey are elab orately .embroidered black feathers silk velvet band Tans, Blues, Reds, etc. Fully worth Si. While thev last ; Ladies' $3 Skirts. Ladies' Figured Brilljantinc Skirts, Tull width, velvet bound, perfect in fit and hang. They are worth $3 at the lowe&t estimate. $1.12 Ladies' $10 Coats. Several styles in Rough Effects, lined thioughout wi'h silk, "Klondike collar, lly front to close, $3.98 Ladies' SIS Coats. Iu fine Black Kersey, lined throughout withstim, Klondike collar lly front lo ciosu, $7-48 Ladies' $12 Suits. In the new and fashionable shades of green and white, black and white, and bhieand while blouse front fullsUirt well lined throughout. $4.98 New York Clothing House, "3irSeveiiuV""3ir 93:59a333333353a$9d33'$93S9 es MIDWINTER CLEARING SALE. B as tft as ft to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to' to to m A Thousand Opportunities Are presented to you in our Midwinter Clearing Sale. Whatever your house -needs is here at extraordinarily lo we prices. 'Twere almost criminalsto miss such chances. We've takenj.no reckoning of cost profitstHave been forgotten We are boun&sfco.- clear out our stock to maJke'iroom for goods coming in. You" cannot be insensible to such prices,us:these. Remember, you don't. have to study about the paying 'part. We give credit and arrange the 'terms to fit your convenience. CASH or CREDIT to to j Parlor Suite. CO to to to to to to Full over.Murred. 5 pieces, tanestrv cover and rrliiucd to tun rioor. A hiKb-uradc $75 suite only 1- in the lot.. $50.00 '$ Parlor Suite. to ,. ., , to .U IIUIUll. UlUllUUilllt finish, r, to to to to to to to to to to to to pieces, covered in American Damask A suite you will nnv $25 for in any other store in this city $14.00 We. have a larc line of medium and high-grade Elites un to S3O0. If vou need a parlor fcuite you can't fall to find what you wni)t here, and at a price that, will not be hard on vour poclceihouk. Chamber Suite. to Solid oak. bevel plate mirror, ser pentine tons, i-tirawercl rss- V. English commode; a rcu- I 7 Kf) ulai SaO Miite Chamber Suite. Solid oak, shaped bevel French plnte mirror. swelled tons. 4-drawer case. Mauds 7 feet high, heavllv carved nuil beautifully finished. This Miite Is easily worth s)0 $40.00 CASH or CREDIT HOUSE 6 cS-eeesicfcseee esesseesee last November, was begun in Judge j Bradley's court yesterday morning. , The jury wan secured and sworn and j nearly all of the Government's wit nesses were examined. The account of the crime, as told by the witnesses. Ur. Sterling Rutlin, who performed the autopsy. Policemen Cox and Kelly. Martha Williams, who lived in the house, where the woman was killed, ;ui(l other people in the neigh borhood, was circumstantial only, but with few if any links missing. The two lived in the same house on Madi son Place, between First and Second, K and F streets, Mrs. Jackson's husband being in jail. Witnesses stated that SEVENTH CASH OR CREDIT. at less than actual cost of manufacture, and -credit at that. Child's $8 Reefers. All we have left that sold at $7 and $8, including choice of the newest, prettiest and latest styles to clo-.e, $2.98 Ladies' $3 Shirt Waists, In Black and Colored Siciliau, lined throughout-only a few to close. $1.40 Ladies' $2 Muffs. ' S - .V.-i Or fine Electrical Seal, newestg&lmpes, lined ith sat Fn to closeri. 69C 9vi&. iaaies 00 unaersKirtsiiss??1. r n rt . jTC:-"J Heavy Taffeta Silk, inall.thftilatesfc fclmCes black and two-tone Jeff Ccts, elegantly made with 7 cordcd'Spanish ruffles, ;- vTt $4.89 &rsp & i 3S3&3S33:5!JS3aa S3fci3333S;533 &3$&iZS$9$Stt&$Z$$& CASH or CREDIT Carpets. This department ts complete in every detail. All the new designs and colors (many of tlieni exclusive) arc shown in great variety. We ask the favor of an inspection or this grand exhibit of the looms, mid feel sure if you need anything in this line, you will find plenty to Nitlsry you both In duality and price ALL CARPETS BOUGHT OK I'S AKE MADE AM) LAID AND LINED MIKE OF COST TO THE I'UK CHASEK. All-wool Full apecial Extra Supers. .49c ...50c ..19c ..35c Good finality Brussels Carpet, Special Good quality Oilcloth. Special Good qualit Ingrain Carpet, Special.. The above prices give you but a faint, idea of the many good things we are offering in this department, which is with one exception the largest in this city. Hair Mattresses. Full size and full weight, diamond tufted and made up in mi in ."?...,"..$5.00 first-class ticking, excellent snape CASH or CREDIT & HE Liberal Furnishers. Seventh and eec-ecfe eeseseseeesessessesseceessssssseeeeesseee' Smith had made threats to kill the wo man. The woman disappeared on Monday, November 15, and the people in the house began to inquire for her from Smith. He gave evasive answers. On Friday he went to a policeman und said' that she was dead. Her body was in Smith's room. It had then begun to decompose. Smith was seen to go into the room several times in that week and was supposed to sleep theie. although he kept the door locked all the time. There were two hatchet wounds in the back of her neck that seemed to have caused- the death, a knife wound in the front of the neck -and a knife wound in the hand. Smith is alleged to have confessed to a prisoner at the jiUl also. The defense, as brought out in the cross examination, is that the woman killed herself and that the hatchet wounds were Inllleted afterward. Messrs. Voorhees- and Smith' repre sent the prisoner und Messrs. Shilling ton and Dnckey the5 government. The jury is as follows: John S. McDonald, James "W. Simpson, Charles D. Collins, Otto L. "Wolfsteiner, Samuel D. Phil lips, Theodore B. Crow, William M. JBeall, Wylie Palmer, Edward T. Davis, "William H. Harrison, Nathan New man and George W Wagner. SUHi; 111! AN RAPID TRANSIT. Many Peihons Tell Hie Commis sioners They "Want It. The representatives of the District of Columbia Suburban Railroad hail their hearing before the Commissioners yes terday. There were a number of peo ple present who are interested in various ways in the company getting its charter, including residents and property owners hi three or four suburban towns. The road met with less opposition than was expected. Only one protest was record- ed, and this was not against the road itself, but a section of its route. The Commissioners have not expressed their opinion as yet, however. There were present at tlie hearing be sides the Commissioners Mr. Beach, the , assistant to the Engineer Commissioner; Gilbert Moyers, Oeorge P. Davis. L,. C. Loomis, representing the road: Dr. Gal laudet, of the Deaf Mute University; Dr. Pai-sons, the president of the Lutheran Home for tlie Aged: Gerome E. Burke, of 'the Northeast "Washington Citizens' ' Association; F. IC. McCormick, of the Brookland Citizens' Association, and W. j. .f rizzen. Tlie arguments for the road advanced ' weie that it will open up a new section that has been retaided for many years by the lack of direct streets and the en tire absence of street railroads. It was also pointed out that Winthrop Heights, Lanier Heights, the Bladensburg road suction, the Reform School, the Deaf Mute University, Brookland,' the Luth eran HomeT and a large section of North east Washington will be given rapid transit to the city and to the down- 1 town and west-town sections by the road. FLOHISTS WIN A VICTORY The Coniniihhioners Favor Their 31 ensure Now Before the House. The District Commissioners are in favor of the bill now under considera tion in the House to prohibit the sale of flowers from government green houses. They sent a report to Chair man Babcock yesterday to this effect. The report says that there are no houses coining under the provisions of the bill in the District under the control of the Commissioners except the pro pagating garden for trees to be planted in the streets. In this nursery they say the rule not to give away or sell any of the products is observed, with the exception thsit the trees are given to the public institutions, and sometimes exchanges made of varieties. This verdict by the Commissioners is considered a victory by the llorists, although the expression of favor is not as enthusiastic as, they would have liked. A. lteport 011 a New Street. The Commissioners! believe that a street through square 205, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets, to correspond with Caroline street atid Wallach place, would be an excellent tilling if it could be se cured by cessions mf property by the owners. The bill '-to provide for this MIDWINTER CLEARING SALE. CASH or CREDIT Chiffoniers. "We will sell just 50, and IiO only. Solid Oak, D-drawer Chiffoniers, attlio pi ice below. Thes3 are not the trash usually offered at a low price, but a Mrirtlrliiirh-irrade S8 Chiffonier -wltn patent drawer snue nnu try it (p made in first-class style, . . U.IU 1) Sideboards. Solid oaklJ inches wide. 21 inches & deep, 0 feet it inches high; shaped niir- w rorframe; dwelled top.heav- H' ily carved, highly finished, 17 flfl A 'J5.00 board for $ I .UU Solid oak 42 inches wide: 18 inches y ieep. i reec t in cues njgn mate-glass mirror, and a regular beauty. Worth double what we ask for ic $7.00 Dining Chair. Solid oak ic, i-2-inch cane seat; 21 1-2-inch embossed back; turned spindles and legs, a regular SI. 25 chair 75c Odd Dressers. To go with Iron Heds Solid Oafc- Antlmie riiihh Hevel Plate Atirror and 3-drawer case. Regular $12 value Parlor Table. $7.50 Others have tried, but have never emialed the value we give you in ibis 16-inch Table. Regular 7Gc value 21c CASH or CREDIT RRMANN 9 I Sts. Nl W. street, now lefore Congress, has been in tlie hands of the Commissioners Tor report for some days. Tiieir opinion was submitted yesterday, to the effect that thty do not desire the stieet so badly that they would be willing to tee an ap propriation made for it, but that, un doubtedly, it would be a convenience and desirable if tlie owners of the prop erty in the line of the street wouid dedi cate it. kkacii ax aghj:kmi:xt, The II. & O. Grade Cro-sin-r Ques tion is Settled in Part. There was another conference be tween the f'ofiTniissioners and the offi cers of the Baltimore and Ohio rail road yesterday afternoon over tlie plans for removing tlie road within the District from the prade of the streets. The announcement was made at the conclusion of the meeting tliata satis factory understanding on the main points of the plans had been reached. The Baltimore and Ohio people present at the meeting were Receiver Cowen, "W. M. Green, general manager: Chief Engineer Manning and Attorney Ham ilton. A Motion for a New Trial. A motion for a new trial was made yesterday In the case of Strather, the colored man who was found guilty of murder last week. Strather's attorneys, Messrs. Truitt and ftooilhouse, alleged new evidence, exceptions to the ruling of the court on the evidence, exceptions to the charge to the jtuy and the plea thai the verdict was not in accordance with the evidence. No date has been set for hearing the arguments on the matter. ICverrone KhJoj-s luinipugtio" I.nger. Who like a lij;hr, sparkling, delicious beer. ' We deliver ;v cas-j of 24 bottles in un- lettered wagons for ?l. Write or 'phone 2154. Wash. Brewery Co., 1th and V ne. Tuifiau "7Iw k2Zl (n l m u.rs.i:. I jr m j- m J .rfnfMJUL,trl c I lVJlss.Q.50 I ' BEST IN THE WORLD S i 3S3 I i RU $ 1 1 JajjpSfgajk 7 , THEREisnoreasonwhyastylish,perfect- S c fitting shoe cannot be sold at this price, s I 3- It is all a question of knowing 5 5, ? W&k now to maKe tnein. we possess t vmk ns secre anu" K'Ve the. wearer ) r UIVW1 Lc au tilling ui ik jx obiini ui SIL. one Pr0nt and putting 1 SsJPs me extra proiiisinrotne i KSSK&?5!k. value of the shoe. Our S M&B0X UiI WwffSf perfect Winter Shoe, 1 AK,3MSS.. lias outslJe-baclc stay4) 1SSiiiiB and heY leather) lliWWBl soI: 'ast-color hooks) S feAyta&aMa and eyelets and three ) 1 'gl.-'it'Bk ros silk stitching. S S Bought m. Can P!.ensc ) KW1105 PENNSYLVANIA AVE, l MOKTETItLE STBICEULND, Ibnagar. GREATEST Bankrupt Clothing Sale Ever known in Washington. Smith, Davis & Co. 's stock going at 20c on the Dollar All-wool Black Cheviot Overcoats, that sold for $6.50. These are Men's sizes, from 34 to 42.... Men's Overcoats dark gray Men's Overcoats. Satin-lined Top Coats. . . The same without satin.. Medium Weight Over coats; Smith & Da vis price, 510.00; our price U8 Overcoats, made of Patton beaver; Smith A Davis' price, SJJO; our price Men's Suits. Men'h Knits, all hize-s made of dark &teel gray Kerfcev; Smith A Davis' price," .$10; our price. 1 lot Men's fa.sWmere Suite, all sizes; Smith & Davis price, ?C50; our prlco Men'p Prince Albert Suits all sizes, mude of Clay AVorbted; Smith & Davit' price, SI'S; our price Men's Finest Quality Clay V.'orfctetl, Satlii-liiiffl Suit; Smith & Davis" price, ?"5; our price.... 300 Men's Strictly all wool Suits, that bold for $8, $10 mid $12, go at. 200 Pairs of Men's Cheviot Pants thai sold for $1.50, go at $7.35 $5.75 $3.75 $10.50 $4.25 $2.25 $10.50 $8.75 $4.68 55c Men' Silk Velvet Vests. $2.28 And thousands of other this H. FRIEDLANDER, , " ' "J A well-known gentleman relates the following experience : " I was cut yachting on the Fourth of July and ot-very much exhausted, hav ing to manage the yacht myself in a northeastgale. I did not have an opportunity to eat properly, consequently my stomach -was very tired, so that when I did eat I ate too much, and that resulted in a condition which was followed by severe neuralgia in my head. !My experience with RIPANS had previously taught me that possiblv he trouble might be remedied by treating tlie stomach. liefore I had taken the third Tabtde my neu ' ralgia had gone, and I was feeling pretty welL I had neuralgia very bad but I could feel those Tabules were working upon my digestive organs, and as they worked my head improved in sympathy."' to Electricity U Jiitbera-a light or power, and yon n win never have oause to regret it. nj It fc the best light toe hom- or n buines establishments, and the j cheapest power for anything from nj a printing plant to a street rail- j way system. We supply the cur- in rent. nj U. S. Electric Lighting Co., 13 Hth St. X. W. 'Phone, la S5ESHSE5H5E5ESE5H5 Callahan's Steam SSIte etc., makes uou-leakiDK joints, for steam lieat- ARCtlt.. JUU.N JJ. iiSL't., lOIUl'a. .VC- ja 28-tf B. &0. BTOKAOE CO.. 10 to 10 B t. no. St to $3 per ocnta. vvAAvvvyvvyvyvvvvvvvvvv STOVES, I $8.25 y I This is probably your la&t opportuuit to secure one or these jranci Gr Heat- ing Stoves at the low price of i!.-i Embrace it. J Washington Gas Go., 413 Tenth Street N. V. Or Gas App. Tjs., U21 X. Y. Ave. )AWMWAWWWWV fined for Sunday r-iquor Selllnir. Alonzo "Whitfield, colored, wis con victed in the police court yesterday of keeping- an unlicensed bar in South "Washington, and was sentenced to pay a line of ?250 or serve a term of sdxty days In the workhouse. The accused was represented by Attorney Hewlett and the Government by Assistant Diss- trict Attorney Pugli. The prosecution . had only two witnesses. One of these, ! "Prof." Smith, testified that he had on several occcasions bought liouor at WMtefield's barbershop, on Second , street, between il and N streets, and I had shaved in his shop on Sunday. The 1 other witness was Smith's wife, who corroborated Smith in every particular ' fll finflfPQIK and Fresh Meats at UilUWliiilEJ lowett prices. Kvery thlnt' fresh. Give us a ti ial. A. J. HURLEY & BRO. &2i3 0th St. X. W. Just below . V. Ave. It :: Si. SO $1.40 Men's Furnishings. 50 iJoz. Men's Nec llgee Sliirts, 2 collars, and cuffs; a great bar gain Alxjut 100 more of our $1.50,$2and52.r,OHat. Extra Heavy we'ci Can ton Drawers, the best grade for this week only...... 30 doz. .Men's 1 c Socks, 50 dozen Men's T?ine Suspenders One lot Fa ncy Corduroy Vests; Smith & Davis' price, $;'; our price Men's Pants, sizes -12 to 50; Sr.ilth & Davis' price, $1; your choice.. 48c 98c 43c 5C 7c $1.29 $1.85 Children's Suits. Children's .All-wool Suits that sold for $3, $3.50, $4 and $5, po at. Children's Sailor Suit. Children's Corduroy Knee Pants Children's Blue Cheviot Knee rants Children'sall- wool Knee Tants $1.73 80c 38c 20c I5c $1.20 Boys' Overcoats, sold by timith.V lavl,S3, $4, and$5;ourprice bargains to be had during sale. Corner Ninth and Streets. 4 Tabu $1.50 A 75c Z S2.Q0 A $5.50 A 7. A 53.00. A Z A $4 00. S17.50. $10.00. A Z A $12.50 $1.00 S A E $2.50. EAS $15.00 L E E $J.50. A A S $5.00. S $20.00. $20.00. J. K. FKEKMAX, CI2 mil St. 'Phone, 1510. We lead them all In style and prlass. BEODT. !ol3-tf.om TUB HATTEB. r5HS5HHESH5H5H5H5HS25H5HH5 uJ DNDC For a few day.-, we will of- "1 i " rUnl. f er the t'hampioii Nat- pj inu btone liter til- (rn U CI WATER ter at the 1 educed Tr u price of Gl HrtDlMWC 1-.-. 0ti Ck N.W. l-I in " '"i -i-- " " l5EE5Z EESZS5SE55SS5E5E5H5E5. WM. J. ZEH9 70S IHh St. N. V. Coal, 393 Pea Ton, White ash coal, good for any kind of stove or furnace. No dirt, dust, slate or clinkera. Our large chute wagons will put it in free of charge. Telephone call. -iitJ. Orders by m3il will receive piompt attention. I CMcifiter' EnjUih Diamond 11 ru i. ENNYR0YAL FILLS Ortziual ad Only Ceaulnc. SAre. lirar rtliat; ladi:3 aik Druiul tor CAUlujlef. SikCl. DLi- ntnJ Sroud ia UeJ xzi iljj mt'iliicx :oi, tolti TtllliMa; ribbaa. TaVfi noothfr. P.rfu::'. dingiryui iniitllu- v Uor.tctidtt.lte.iton.. At Dmrvt:.orad4. la itinjt fT vf!ei!irt, itJHioEU'j ifc Keucr rer l.nill," wwar. ft retamn . aiutl. lUiVVtl ItlxluuM. ffninair Mall. 10,000 Itc: r.ififaT4 tC.. KJv. ChIrJir.lrrtliBlclC.,Mod!onli:r, Xrhrt,.llMilrI MM j 11 iM-tX DrjrrW VHlL.XDXi'J-.