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THE WASHlltf&TOK TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1894.
LRDIES, ' Please tell your eentlomen friends about these bargains, viz: Men's $2.50 Razor-toe Calf Hals (sizes 5 to 10) for l 95. Men's J4.00 Sample Shoes for $2.03. Men's $5.00 Sample Shoes tor jaM. Thea come and see what we will do for you. Ladles' SS.00 Shoes for $2.35. Ladies' $3.50 Shoes for $2.65. Ladles' $5.00 Shoes for 3.50. Soreral lots ladles' $3.00 and 6100 Shoea (small sizes) at $1.50 per pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. I We're Making 1 f V t f ! A Leader of I Y t 2 Loaves for 5-Cts. And it's thcYcry best bread "5-cent bread the baking of some of the best bahcrs in town made of the finest flours and purest ingredi ents. We shall continue the offer in spite of the ob jections raised bv a baher to our selling bread for so little. But this is only one of many. Here's TO-DAY'S PRICE LIST: I Fresh Pork, pound. 10 and 12c Bound Steak, pound..... Oc Sirloin and Porterhouse.... 12 and 15c Roast Beef .. ... 7 tOl2c Selected Lamb 5 to 15c 3 lbs. Sausace, etc, all kinds 25c Sugar-cured Mild Ham, pound 12H-C Sugar-cur edShoulders, pound ...gjfcc Cooked Meats of all kinds at lowest prices Scrapple and Mush fresh dally. 6 new Mackerel .....25c Poultry (drpssed daily), lb 12 to 15c 3 pa -kages Beardsley's Shredded QCp Codnbh.. x.oo Fresh Legs, at cost, doz ..... 20c 51bsFlnostlpm Butter. $1.50 Prints and Rolls 20 to 30c Cream Cheese, jicjnd. ............... l5c Best Leaf Lard, pound lie , Good Lard, pound 8c 6 cans OlSardiues. ............. .....25c Mustard Sardiueb, can Cc 8 oans assorted Vejrejables, Corn, Tomatoeb, Pons, Lima andQC StringBeans iUL- Can Salmon 12c Can Lobster 20c Can Condensed Milk 10c California Apricots, can 15c Bartlott Pears, can 15c Peaches, can.. 15c We handle all brands of Maine's pack of Sugar Corn Premier, Honey Drop, Windom, iCp etc, can IvJO Trench Pas, 2 cans...... ...... ......25c Best French Peas 18c New York Burbank Potatoes, on bushel OWL 1 large Sack Salt 3c J pound crock Assorted Jollies..... 20c H pound crock Assorted Preserves.25c 16 pound crook Apple Butter 20c 3 packages Macaroni, or Spa- Cn ghetti IOO 5 packages Quaker Oats 46c Parched Oats, (Juall Brand lOc Pork and Beans, large pan .12c 3 pound package or Soli-raising inn Buckwheat 1L Sauer Kraut, quart . - --8c 3 large Jars Mustard 25c 2 large Dottles Catsup 25c Will IE WONDER" FLOUR Eighth barrel ..50c Sixteenth barrel 25c "XMKKH'fc LEADER" FLOUR Xighth barrel ...60c Sixteenth barrel 30c And they're the two best flours that wheat produces. A ake of Compressed Toast FItEE with every sack ot oither "WHITE WONDER or EMKICH'S LEADER Green Peas, Hominy, and Navy Beans at the lowest of prices. Main Market and Grocery, 1306-1312 32d St. ? r Telephone 317). f BRANCH MARKETS: ?J71B nin at. is. w. inst and k sts. k. w. 2026 14th St. N. XV. 2d & Ind. ave. X W. ?4th and.1 Sts. N W. fith and I Sts. K. W. 6th and SI Sts. X. "VV. 8057 M St. X. W. f20th St. & Pa. ave. N. W. 18th St. & X Y. ave. N. W. CH-C"I- -OO-So 'We give full weight every time. Ann it's all coal, too, no dirt or slato mixed in. Every ordor has a. quick seeing, too. HH'o sell Chettnut Coal at $5. irood, per cord, ft Oak, $6. Pino THOS.W. RILEY, SSs. Foot of llth and ISth sts. a w. Phone, 1751. We Serve Pure Rich Milk, 8c qt Sweeter, creamier milk can't be obtained. We have our own cows and dairy farms. All milk Is norntcd animal neat takon out "We receive milk fresh Irom our farms twice daily. Delivered ihenover desired In bottles If preferred CB--MS1U, Sc qt Croam, 12c Tllnt lroT ub n. nnst.il. $ J. S. Thompsoruusluw. f I JLaii i 11 ivl 1 f j Beef f 'Co. I f f f 2,300 Pounds COAL, $4.25 MmJwfi WW THE SHOPPERS' GUIDE. Consult to-day's Times for full details. Economy Shoe IIouso Children's Shoes, 49c. ; Shoes for Ladies from 9Sc. to f 3. Tho Johnston Co. Seven cakes ol Star Soap, 25c. John F. Ellis Pianos as low as $20, pay able 85 per month. House & Herrmann Furniture, Carpels, and Druperies'sold on credit at low prices. Emrich Beef Co. Fresh broad, Sc. a loaf; 2 loaves for 5a Ilobinson, Cbery & Co. Short Pants Suits, U to 18. James Y. Davis' Sons Boys' and Children's Hats from 75c to 62.50. Gropan Choice Plush or Haircloth Parlor Suite, 622.50; Solid Oak Bedroom Suite, $13. Brussels Carper, 50c. per yard. "Warren Shoo House lien's Bazor Too Call Shoes at 1.95. Ladies' 3 Shoes for 2.35. G. "Warfiold Simpson Suits made of fine English Cloth for $2G.50. American Dental Association Only 7 for a Full Set of Teeth. Saks & Co. Boys' Beorers, 2.93; Combina tion Suits, 62.50. S. Biober Boys' Suits at 62.2S to S4.48. A eloign given free with each Suit or Overcoat. 3L Dyrenforth & Co. Special sale of Suits and Overcoats. Henry Franc Jk Son The best Derby Hats forL90. Moore's Shoo Palace Misses Shoes, 9Sc.; Ladies' Shoes, 62.48. Parker, Bridget & Co. Stylish Overcoats for 15 and 620. George Spransy A Eegeut Coat and Yest for 612. Millard, Price & Co. Fresh Eggs, Daily, at wholesale only. J. S. Thompson Pure Milk, Sc quart; Cream, 12c pint. Baum Dress Goods in French and German ribbed diagonals, 33c. yard. H. Friedlander & Bro. Trousers, 1.50; Overcoats, 67.50. Atlantic andPaciflcTea Company Granu lated Sugar, 4Kc lb.; Thea Nectar Tea, GOo. lb. TVUkins k Co. The Highest Grades of But terineat Low Prices. Every purobasor to day gets a silver-plated butter knife free. Thomas "VV. Itiley Chestnut Coal 5 ton. Arthur B. Smith Pea coal is 64.50 a ton now. Hoilbrun & Co. Men's Shoes at 1.48 and 81.98. Julius Lansburgh Beautiful Box Couches for 1L "William Hahn & Co. Ladies' and Misses Shoes for 6L T. H. Pickford Bargains In Groceries to day. Bottle of baking powder free with every sack of floar. "We-inberg & Co. Suits made to order, 613.50 to 40. Plymouth Bock Pants Co. Tailor-made Pants from 8 up. Eagle Manufacturing Co. Ladies' Suits 62.75 to 5.39; Golf Cnpes, 3.93. Garner & Co. Trousers for 3.42; suits, 66.50. Loeb &, Hirsh Men's gloves, 1. B. Harris fc Co. A solid silver watch for 5. Sing's Palace French felt hats for C2c The New York Clothing House Best cloth ing at lowest prices. The Famous Clothing at dissolution sale prices. VARIOUS NOTES. Side Lace Boots, Half Lensth Sleeves and Hair Cloth Petticoats. Long feather boas are to be worn this winter. Bluet continues to be a fashionable color and is seen in the new felt hats as well as in hat trimmings. e Side lace boots are making a new bid for fashionable favor. Laced boots always fit THE LATEST BAT. more neatly than do buttoned ones, and it is rather surprising that tho latter have so long eclipsed them in both.flno and coarse grades. There is an increasingteudency toward half length sleeves. Many French models show them, not only for house toilets, but for out-of-door gowns, long gloves being of course worn in the latter case. Although tho hoopsklrt failed to impose it self upon the feminino public, its cousin, the haircloth petticoat, is more successful in gain ing in favor. These ascetic garments are of fered for sale in tho fashionable shops and are admirably calculated to giva the dress skirt tho desired Lell shape. Veils with heavy borders are still in style, but they are sedulously avoided by women who do not wish to. look as if theyjvoro a beard. Tho mourning face veils, with a crape edge, make the wearer appear to have the lower part of the countenance swathed in a black bandage. Pinked frills are no longer the correct trim ming for oven the simplest silk petticoat. The ruffles must be hemmed and well cordod if the fashion of narrow ruffles is adopted at all. The more elaborate petticoats have wide ruffles or plaiting, trimmod with ribbons and veiled with lace. In ordor for a godet skirt to live up to its ideal, the godets must bo lined with stiffen ing from waist to hem. They will then stand out beautifully, but their preservation de mands that tho wearer remain continually on her feet. A Parisian milliner has composed a uniquo hat, of which a sketch is given. Tho crown is a flat trefoil of gold embroidery sewed with ruby cabochons. A frill of lace falls from tho ndgo, and tho back is trimmed With a cluster of curled ostrich tips and a gold aigret. Judio Chollet. TO-MORROW'S MENU. BBEAKVAST. Fruit. Qorn Meal and Croam. Fried Porch. Hashed Bro.vn Potatoes Wheat Cakes. Coffoo. i.uxcn. Broiled Mackerel Sauce, Ilollandalso. Graham Bread. Stewed Prunes. Cocoa. DIXSEB. Tomato Soup. Sirloin Steak, with Mushrooms. Fotato Balls. Celery with Cheoso. Lettuco Salad. Snow Pudding. Fruit. Coffee. , IIOI.I.ANDAISE SAUCE FOB FIBII. For each pint use ono scint tablespoonful of butter and ono tablespoonful of flour. Mix in a saucepan over tho flroand gradually add one and a hnlt cups of boiling water. Stir into this the yolks of three eggs, ono tablespoonful lemon juico or vinegar, three tnblespoonfuls of salad oil and mustard, if desired. Hn Infernal Machine. The other morning two gentlemen were looking out of tho window of a house on Abbott street, when thoy observed a cabbage roll off a market wagon that was passing. Instantly over a dozen well-dressed and ap parently sane persons began yelling niter the wagon, as though tho vegotablo had been , a gold watch or a thousand-dollar bill. Tho driver stopped about half a squaro off, looked back at the cabbage, yawned, nnd drove on. "A'hat an absurd fuss people in tho street make over trivial occurrences." said ono of the gentlemen. "Now, I'll bet a silk hat I can get a crowd of 500 persons around that cabbage inside of thirty minutes, and not leave tills room." "I'll take tho bet." said his friend, pulling out his watch. "Are you ready?" "Yes; give the word." "It is now 11:30. Go!" Tho proposer of tho wager led his friend to the window, threw up tho sash, nnd, taking a cane, pointed earnestly to tho mud-covered cabbage with a terrified expression. Presently a hackdriver noticed tho nction and began to stare at tho vegetable from tho curbstone, then a bootblack stopped, thn a billposter, a messago boy, and a merchant. "What's the matter?" inquired a Gorman, approaching the innocent basis of his na tional dish. "Don't touch it! Look out there! Stand back!" shouted the gentleman at tho window. At his horror-stricken tones tho crowd fell back precipitately, and formed a dense circle around the innocent cabbage. Hundreds came running up, jand tho excitoment in creased rapidly. "Look out there!" frantically screamed the bettor, waving his cane. "Take that dog away quick!" Several stones were thrown at a cur that was sniffing around tho cabbage. "Take care!" said a spectator to a police man who was shouldering his way through tho mass. "It's an infernal machine, nitro glycerine, or something." Meanwhile tho sidowalk was blocked, tho street become impassable, women screamed and rushed into the shops, and a storekeeper underneath began to tio a bucket on the end of a long pole, with which to pour water on the devilish invention. Tho crowd by this time numbering over n thousand, tho two gentlemen moved away from tho window and sat down. In a few minutes there was a hurried tap at tho door and thero appeared a man who had been sent as a delegate from the mass meeting outside. "I should like to know, gentlemen," he said, "what the facts are?" "What facts?" "Why, what there Is peculiar about that cabbage out there?" "Nothing in the world," was the soft reply, "except that it seems to bo surrounded by about a thousand of the biggest fools in town. Can I do anything else for you?" Tho man reflected a moment, said "guessed not," and retired. We are wearing that hat now. Bochester Herald. -o- " Marriage Licenses. License to marry was issued yesterday to Jacob F. Sterner, of Allentown.Pa., and Mary F. Conner. Ladies' and Children's Garments of every description are made under our roof under our direct supervision In short, wo manufacture to your order or otherwise anything you may require. It is not difficult to understand HOW WE AKE AIJLE TO SELL CHEAPER than OTHERS CAN, is it? Compare our prices, then come and see tho goods you'll have cause to congratulate your self when you do. LADIES' CAFES. Ladies' Heavy Black and Bluo Cloth Capes, Satoon nnrl Irwlinn linincr full ... length qu.Oy GOLF CAFES. Black or Bluo Heavy Cloth Golf Capos with silk hoods ( lined with Farmer's satin or C sateen tho season's most a nn popularwrap Jpo.yo g LADIES' SUITS. ?? In throe new shades of Tux- ?? cdo Cloth circular skirts lined PrinceAlbert.Jockey or Cutaway Coats single or double-breasted. Wo sell them for what you would havo to pay for making ,t.0 n alono tpd.lD LADIES' SUITS. All-wool serge and flannel Suits in black, blue, brown, gray, green, and slate, with a . n tailor-mado long coats p4.0y LADIES' SUITS. Broadcloth Suits extra heavy weight in blue or black Tailor-made Jockey Coats, would bo cheap at ,,,- Qfl double tho price JpO.Ov WJi Da B QOn 7P-. Q M A SS 8 Buy From the and Saue Money.- Ladies' and Children's Garments of everv descrintion are made under our ss MRS.FIELD'S GOOD FORTUNE Relieved of the Horrors of Epi lepsy After Long Suffering. Mrs. Cora Flold was a sufferer from epi lepsy for years. This estimable lady i3 tho wneot Air. Joseph Field, for merly proprietor of a lodging houso at 1027 Ninth street northwest, but nt present em ployed by tho government aa watchman at Judiciary Park. Mr. and Mrs. Field now roside at 414 First street northeast. "For six years mv husband JUis. Cora ns uon8 nothing 'but spend Field. money on mo for doctors," said Mrs. Field, "but none of them did mo iiny good. We tried doctor after doctor, and all the patent medicines that wore ropro sontod to bo good for my trouble, but in spite of everything I continued to get worse. As a last resort my husband took mo to Dr. Wal ker. His treatment had an immediato and wonderful effect. I havo been steadily im proving since tho day I went to him. Pre vious to that timo I had'from six to a dozen spasms a day, and was formerly confined to my bed most of tho timo. Now I can walk about tho streets unaided, and am happily conscious that my troubles are rapidly dimin ishing and passing away. Dr. Walker has worked wonders in my enso, and I cannot speak too highly of him. I only hope mv ex perience will bo tho means ot directing other sufferers to him. Mas. Coba Field." I. Joseph Field, do certify that the fore going is true in every particular. Joseph Field. Sworn to and subscribed before mo this 15th day of October, 1894. Walteb A. Bbowx, (Seal.) Notary Public This is but a sample of many cases that might bo cited, showing Dr. Walker's re markable success in the troatmont of all dis orders of the brain and nervous system, dis eased of tho skin and blood, catnrrh, asthma, consumption.malaria, rheumatism, dyspepsia, nouralgta, hemorrhoids, diseases of womon, loss of vitality, sexual weakness and all affec tions of the lungs, throat, heart, liver, stom ach, kidneys, bladder, bowels, and othor or gans. Young or middle-aged men suffering from the effects of their own follies, vices or ex cesses, or men contemplating marriago who are conscious of any impediment or disquali fication, or those who feel their youthful vicor and power declining should consult Dr. Walker, who has been tho means of restoring hundreds of such unfortunates to health, strength, and happiness. Dr. Walker may be consulted free of charge, personally or by letter. His well known sanitarium, nt 1411 Pennsylvania ave nue, adjoining Willard's Hotel, is open dally for conultution nnd treatment. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.; Wednesday and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays, 10 to 12. Charges for treatment very low. All Interviews and correspondence sacredly confidential. No cases made public without nsont of patients. MARRIED. SELKE KNEFELI On November 1 by Rev. Alexander Kont, David L. Selke and Clara Louise Hklexk Knefell it ANDRE EGLOFF On Thursday. Novembor 1, 1891, by Rev. Parson, of tho Reformation Church, Edward A. Andre and Ida Eqloff. No cards. DIED. VEEVERS-On the 2d of November, 18&, Wil liam Veevkbs. Funeral from the residence of It. M. Jameson, No. 822 Thirteenth street northwest, Sunday, 2;30 p. m. AHL On Friday, November 2, 1694, at 4:30 a. m., Klexora AUL, at tho residence of her son, 1033 Fifth street northeast Interment, York, Pa. CHASE On October 81, 1891, William Ciiase, husband of Amelia Chase, aged ninety-four years. Funeral from his late residence, 68 Pierce street northwest, Sunday, November 4, thenco to SL Augustine's Church at 3:30. COAKLEY On Friday, November 2, 1891, at tho homo of Thomas A. Coakley, 814 B street northeast, Hilda W. Coakley, aged five years and six months. Funoral private. Boston and Now York papers please copy; DELxVRCE On Thursday, November 1, 1S94, Marguerite Marie Delarub, born in France, in tho eighty-ninth year of her age. Funeral from St. Anthony's Chapol, Brookland, D. G, to-day (Saturday), 8d Instant, at 9 a. m. Please kindlj omit flowers. FALES On November 2, 1891. at la. m., Mrs. Jane A. Fales, widow of G. W. Fales, In tho eighty-third year of her ago. Funeral from her late rosldence, 221 Third street southeast, to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 3 o'clock. IARDELLA Suddenly on Friday, Novembor 2, 1891, at 7 a. m.. Lawrence Buchanan, eldest son of Lawrence A. and Ann M. Iardella, in his thirty-soventh year. Funeral from his parents' residence, 418 L street northwest, to-morrow (Sunday), Novem ber 4, at 3 o'clock p. m. Relatives and friends inTited to attend. Interment at Glenwood Cem otery. O'NEILL On tho morning of Novembor 1, 1S91, William-E., youngest son of John and tho late Emily O'Neill. Funeral from St. Peter's Church to-day (Satur day), November 3, at 10:30 a. in. PREINKERT On Thursday, November 1, 1394, at 10 p. in., after n lingering illness, Mary J., widow;of F. C. B. Prelnkert, in the thirty-seventh year of her age. Funeialfrom Grace Lutheran Church, Thir teenth and Corcoran streets, Sunday, November 4. Relatives and friends invited to attend. RE1NHARDT On October31, 1891, nt 3 o'clock p. m., Charles F youngest son of Charles, Jr., and Tutta C. Relnhardt, agod ten years. Funeral private. SMITH On Tuesday, October SO, 1894, nt 4:15 o'clock p. m., Williaji E., beloved husband of Margaret Smith, in the fiftieth year of his age. Funeral from Asbury A. M. E. Church, Sun day, November 4, at 2 o'clock p. m. UNDERTAKERS. VTICHOLS & YODER jS Undertakers and Embalmers. Penn. ave. and 2d st. s. e.; "Phono 781-3, Capitol Hill. Prompt attention; reasonable terms. oc27-lm What Is More Attractive Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright com plexion? For it use POZZONI'S POWDER. DO YOU WANT A At your own price and on your own terms? We have in stock good second-hand Square Pianos as low as $20, $40, $60, $75, $85. Payable $5 per month. Every instru ment is in good playing order and fully guaran teed. A good stool and cover thrown in. Call and examine them. Don't forget the name and number. JohnF. Ellis SL Co, 937 Penna. Ave. Near 10th St. 3 In Millinery. $1.78, $1.80, and $1.28 BbsI Quality In all colors, all tho latest shapes, Saturday only B2o, 75c, Jetted Ostrich Tips, Two in a bunch,with Jetted Aigrettes, Satur day only 25g. $1.00 Children's Felt Flats in all colors, Saturday only 46c. All tlie above for Saturday only at 3 812-814 7th St. And 715 Market Space. ti&mS&SEts&SMMte GRANULATED SUGAR if ilffllii Th m '- Wppf a v PiSHSIIfl " JLA vCU X 1 JJ UMJA Si : (PURE CHINESE TEA.) iWR f? P B- fl& M 7 I"! Vfk. jfs. y5aIT.j52?Iv r I Jr-rMk Fluca Er"-ui F E3 of U ra jOCb. C( xx. b Fnssixa 11 tfm ki H In Esat trm UggL H ifwa isssyi SotW fri m Bt bw tfTjK tA. OH, m Bu &.ji KasrSi wlBRB ft v M n Itfli .rffir Aon tfnr n IB fli Hl vu9m X .-vSiB 3 EU II 27 1JI WEm? m fit m i igora uj WjL. T OF ALL I SPECIAL PRESENTS given away with THEA NECTAR and BAKING'J?OT4'DER to asBlnt In Introducing to Consumers. Wo aro satisfied, when parties havo once nsed them, they vill use no otticrs. Don't fail to glvo tlicm a trial h Eight 0?GSoek Breakfast Coffee. THE FINEST, MOST OEUCIOUS, AND CHEAPEST COFFEE IN THE MARKET. "We recommend to all lovers of a cup of good Coffee, that they use oa- ' ' Grannlated Eight O'clock Breakfast Coffee, it Is sure to give universal sausfacaon, for it ranks as the STANDARD COFFEE of this country. Directions for making:. Use three-fourths the usual Quantity when xaxking this Coffee, put nothing; else -nith it. rjnwtei axT-H For Sale at all our Stores m &BL tzto TEA GREAT SSHa d"5T COMPANY E WANT to read this advertisement. TTe want her to know what a magnificent stock of useful household presents we.'aroGIYING AWAY. We vanther to drink our Thea-Xectar Tea and we want you to drink our Java and Mocha Coffee they are the cheapest tho purest and the BEST that money can buy. "We have been selling pure tea3, coffees, and spices since 1857 long time, isn't it? and we have learned a whole lot of things In those thirty-seven years. We don't BUY our tea at second, third or fourth hands and pay a profit to each ono if wo DLD our prices wouldn't be so low. We are direct importers. Thea-Xectar Tea is our pride IT GROWS IX OUR OWX TEA GARDEXS in China and Japan cared for, packed nnd shipped by our own representatives. It is black tea with a green tea flavor. Everybody who has ever tasted it LIKES IT almost everybody drinks it we want YOU It sells for GO cents a pound not at the grocery stores but at the stores of the Great Atlantic and Taciflc Tea Company. There are 225 of these siores in the United States FOUR of them right here in Washington not Including our stands in tho markets five in all. We pay PARTICULAR attention to the roasting and pulverizing and BLEXDIXG of coffees. There is no coffee in tho wide world that compares with our mixture of Java and Uooha 33, 35, and 33 cents a pound. But to come back again to the SPECIAL PRESENTS. Here's iust a glimpse of what we are going to give away this week with ono pound of Thea-Xectar Tea at 60 cents a pound, or one pound of A. fc P. baking powder at 45 cents a pound. Take your choice: Gold band cups, saucers, and plates, knife boxes, decorated eight-inch meat platter3, glass sugar bowl3, glass butter dishes, cologno bottles, berry dishes, beautiful rose bowls, decorated cus pidors, bric-a-brac, and a host of othor articles too numerous to mention. These presents may be had at our main store and all branches. MAIN STORE, 501-503 Seventh St. K. W., Corner E Street. BRANCHES: 1620 14th Street N. W. 3104 M St., Georgetown. 815 H St. N. E. And all principal marhcts. NEWTON H. BOWMAN, Manager for the District of Columbia. Warehouses: 31, 33, 35, 37 Vesey Street, New York. Look Out for Our New Christmas Panel, Of) DECK, Ready for Distribution at Our Grand Opening, Dec. 17, 1S94. Our SETS of teeth possess all the merit that characterizes the $15 and $20 ones made by other dentists. It's our "pet" specialty that's the reason. No unsatisfied patient ever leaves our chairs. CONSULTATION FREE. American Dental Association, I COR. SEVENTH ASD E STS. 3 In Cloaks. $6.00 JACKETS, $3,85, Ladles and Misses' All-wool Chevron Jack ets, full length, notch collar, ba lloon sleo res, finished seams, Saturday only $3.85 $12 Seal Plush Capes, $7. 98 Ladles' Seal Plush Cape, elegant aatln llnod, full length, genuine Marten fur trimmed, Saturday only $7.98 $15 and $12 Jackets and Capes, $9.50. 6 styles Ladles' Jackets, in Diagonals, Kerseys, Beavers, Chevrons, plain and fancy cloth, Black, Bluo, Brown, and Tan, all the latest styles , full length, plain fur and braid-trim med, Saturday only $9.50 J and from our Wagons. YOUR WIFE 0-&-&&-&-& -99 9 The Belford, j 617, 619, 621 I3th St. N. W. I Luncheon from 12 to 2:30, 25c. if Dinner from 5 to 7, with pint A lino claret. 50c. Table board. V including lunch, $20 per y month. ft "Everything is cooked and served in first-class style. Sep- i V urate cafe for ladies. y I John H. Stewart, Manager. 1 WHERE WILL I GET Good Eggs? WHY, MILLARD PRICE & CO.'S, OF COURSE THEY HANDLE ONLY THE BEST QUALITY. MILLHRD PRIGE & GO., 944 La. Hub. FRUIT AND PRODUCE STORE, 935 B St. NL W. 'PHONE 293. Don't Be Afraid! If you want a carpot or soma fumltux- come right up here and get It. Don't aai U3 If your credit Is good Just pick out what you want tell us ho w much, you wiah to pay and how often wookly or monthly. "We won't, ask you to sign a note nor to pay a penny Interest You'll find our prices marked In plain figures It's th cash price or tho credit price plaas yourself Your Credit Is Good Tor ono p!ce of furniture or a house faU ot it we make and lay all carpets free of cost don't eyen chargo for the waste la matching figures you'd better remember that no other merchant eTer thought ot doing such a thing. Plush or Haircloth Parlor Suite choice 822.501 Solid Oak Bed Boom Suite, $13. Splendid Brussels Carpet, E0& per yard. Sellable Ingrain Carpet. 35c ptx yard. SoUd Oak Extension Table, S3.S3. 40-pound Hair Mattress. $7. "KoTen "Wire Springs, 5LT5. GROGAN' MAMMOTH CREDIT HOUSE, l3-21-523 7th Street Northwest, Between H and I Streets. will be higher. Get yours before the "raise," or you'll be sorry. Shamokln is S5.75 ton. Pea Coal is S4-50 ton. Furnace Coal Is S5.25 ton. ARTHUR B. SMITH, 4TH AM) I ST& N. E. ) 31 ASS. AVE. and F STS. X.E. J-Thone 1077. 9TH ANT) K STS. X TV. J v We Won't Quarrel f Over time or terms. We f will leave the amount you f can pay and whether it f shall be paid weekly or f monthly entirely to you. t Promise to do only what t you will be able to do T and you and our t Equitable Credit System f will pull together to mu- t tual advantage. t There isn't a household f need that we cannot sup- f ply no matter how fine f you want to furnish. We f have got a carefully and T abundantlv selected stock T of FURNITURE- f f f t f CARPETS DRAPER IES STOTES, etc. No house in town cash or credit can offer you a better variety nor better value nor lower prices. The accommodation feature is free abso lutely. I HODSE & HERMANN, f 917, 919, 921 and f 923 7th St. 636 Mass. Ave. There lant anythins more deli cate than tho Inside of a iratch, unles3 it Is tho human body "When your watch gets out of re pair, tafce It to an expert watch repairer, ust as you 'would go to a reputable physician when your body is diseased. "We Insure your watch, $2 a year. Geo, W bpler. Just above tho ATO. 9 t f ! Don't Risk It ! t