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THE'WASIOTGTOH TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1894.
It's a Trea
To be able to select
a stock like OURS.
Such a big variety,
sucli rich, fabrics,
such, handsome col
orings, such choice
patterns in all the
Tecks, bows, bands,
wide and four-in-hands.
Joinvilles, etc., and
sucli prices! Just
think of getting the
same qualit' that
everj'body else sells
at 50c. for 25c. j and
other people's 75c
and 1.00 grades
are only 50c. here,
and so on up to the
finest make. A big- .
ger assortment and
better values than
3ou can find an
Robinson, Gheru & Go.,
Clothes, Hats, Furnishings,
Twelfth and F Sts.
REFORM FORGES COMBIHE
The Next Step in Anti-saloon War
fare Resolved Upon.
MORE AGITATION WILL RESULT
Interesting Conference of Various Societios
Mrs. Havens in Favor of Policewomen
They Would Purify the Moral Atmosphere
The Sacrifice of Our Girls.
Is There a
That tUo luritHce or latrftbe
doeea't bent or maybe the bath
room is insufficiently warmed, in
either cat a. pas heater is a ne
cessity. See what -we have before
tou buy we keep all stoves
bought of tie in repair one year
tiae Radiators, $20 up.
Gas Heatinc Stoves. $4 up.
Taylor's Fireplace Heaters, SS3
Covered Gas ftove Tublnr.Tc
Gas Appliance Exchange,
1428 N. Y. Ave.
for a Man's Solid Silver
Watch which sells for
$12.50. An unusual oppor
tunity enables us to do this
may never occur again.
Geo. W. Spier, 3 1 0 9th St.
Rachel W as Too Young to Drink.
John A. Taylor gave bonds in the sum of
$400 in the police court yesterday to appear
for trial before a jury on 1 he charge of sell
ing liquor to one Rachel Williams, a minor.
Tajior was arrested at his saloon in South
W asbington by roliceman Schneidor.
finely finished cabinet photographs 2 DO per
fio.eu at Bishop's. 905 Pennsylvania avenue.
"If you really cannot find any other work
to do you ought to nmuso yourself for a while
by organizing for the one object to get an ap
pointment for women ns policemen, and if
you fall in thnt raise money to pay them
This was Mrs. Ruth G. D. Haven's advice
to ladies of the W. C. T. U. at the meeting of
reform forces yesterday nfteinoon at tho
North Cnpitol M. E. Church.
Sits. Havens' subject was "A nation's
suicide, tho sacrifice of our girls. What shall
we do about it?" Her's was tho principal ad
dress of the nftcrnoon and was repleto with
many practical suggestions for tho solution of
the main question for debate: "Tho next step
in anti-saloon warfare, or how shnll wo con
quer the liquor truffle." Hearty npplauso
from the lnrge audience greeted tho utter
ance of the remarks quoted and tho others
made by her. Continuing she said:
We ought to havo women policemen."" I
would not like to see a woman patroling our
worst streets and alleys alone. No man does
that. There are localities in tho city whore
no policeman dares traverse alouo at night.
They always go double Women can do the
oame if necessary. But if a woman wero on
suoh now dangerous routes tho locality
would soon bo purified and it would bo as
safe to patrol aioEo as those in tho most ro
! epoctablo sections of the city. There ought
to be a woman policeman on every beat in
In speaking of tho sacrifice of our girls,
Sirs. Haven said: "Girls are sacrificed
to custom, education, society, unholy
j marriage, unpaid labor, the rum traffic,
i man's lust, financial dependence, man's.
laws, disfranchisement, and man's interpre
tation of the Gospel. The entire trend of
custom, education, and society, has been and
is to degrale women. Bovs are taught that
they must bo educated, but girls are told to
learn how to minister to men.
There are many organizations in this city
that, alone or together, are working to make
tho city puro and save fallen wompn. Join
these organizations, women, and be allied
with these peoplo in thoir efforts to rid the
fnir Capital of Us vice, immorality and cur
ruption." Sirs. H. A. Gillenwater spoke briefly upon
"Apathy in local union, its cause and rem
edy." The other speeches during the ntternoon
were as follows:
"Treasury notes." Mrs. T. A. Williams;
"Difficulties in winning now members and
how to meet them." Mrs. M. S. Cohen, Mrs.
Faelitz, and Mrs. J. S. Robinson; "Incentives
to workers," Miss L. E. Belding; "Teaching
nrohibition in church and Sabbath-school."
3tev. C. L. Pate; "A paying investment,"
Mrs. S. B. Blaine; "What tho W. C. T. U. has
done for mo," discussion open to all. and
"Twenty-one years' trial tho coming of age
of the W. C. T. XL; is she worthy of citizen
ship?" Bev. E. 0. Eldridge.
The morning session opened nt 9:45 with a
song service. Mrs. M. B. Piatt, president of
the North Capitol branch of tho W. C. T. U..
presided, and atter Bev. C. L. Pate offered
prayer, there was a Bible reading by Mrs, i3.
"What mensure of time should a busy
woman give tho W. C. T. U.," was tho sub
ject of an interesting paper by Miss L. 0. S.
The old saying among merchants, "A pleased
customer is the best advertisement," is hourly ex
emplified at this great peremptory retiring from
Business Sale. The crowd seemingly has no limi
tation, and is daily augmented by those who have
been sent by pleased buyers, Many come doubt
ing but leave convinced that we are earnest in our
endeavor to clear out this stock of
"TIFFANY OF WASHINGTON"
7 to 10 o'clock.
Before January 1, 1S95, at any sacrifice. That's
true as Gospel we do want to what's more, we've
got to. Every garment under this roof must be sold
on or before January 1, 1895, without regard to
cost, worth, or former selling price, and every
man, woman, or child who calls realizes the tre
mendous effort we are making to "sell out."
And if you want 'em talk quick, or you may get
left. Same thing applies to everything here; if you
want to buy, you'll find us more anxious to sell
than.anybody you ever saw our prices back this
Seventh St. Northwest.
Weichtmau. This was followed by a discus
sion of t lie topic, "Tho next stop in tho aiiti
saioon warfare; or, how shall wo conquer tho
liquor traffic." in which tho following per
sons participated: llov. O. A. Brown, pastor
of Foundry Church: llov. F. D. Power, of tho
Vermont Avenue Christian Church; Rev. .
H. Brooks, of the Fourteenth Street Bnp
tibt Church; Bev. D. W. Skelllng,
of tho Sixth Presbyterian Church;
Mr. Jame3 L. Ewin, first vice presi
dent of tho Anti-Sal oonLnnguo; E.G. lud
mond. president of tho Father Muthew Total
Abstinence Society; Judge Anson S. Taylor,
Rev. George Patch, of the Guntou Tmp!o
Memorial Church; Mr. Cunlleld, of the Good
Templars, and Mrs. Alice 13. Fitch.
Each speaker favored greater agitation of
the nntl-saloon sentiment and united effort on
tho part of tho temperance societies.
A letter wns read from Mls Frances E.
Wlllard, in which she snid: "ir I lived in
Washington I should rejoice to help forward
such a movement along the lines thnt have
recently overthrown Breckinridge In Ken
tucky and Tammany in Now York."
Then there was a ball' hour's intermission,
during which luncu wns served.
Harvey Spalding Borrowed S29.000.
The Anglo-American Savings and Loan
Association, of New York city, yesterday
sued to recover 629,000 duo from Harvey
Spalding and secured by a mortgage on parts
of lots Nos. 1 and 2 in square No. 529.
Spalding borrowed eSO.OOO'on March 7, 1S93,
and it is alleged has defaulted payment. He
Inter gave a deed of trust on tho samo prop
erty to secure a 85,000 loan from D. B. Groff.
Beautiful mantollo photographs 42.00 pe
dozen at Bishop's. 903 Ponnsjlvnnla aveuae.
and Highest Honors,
The Only Bicycle
No Other Machine is Made
with Drop Forgings.
Ride the Best.
Always in the Lead.
The Universal Favorites.
Illustrated catalogue innllod freo.
JOHN P. LOVELL ARMS GO,,
Scalers in Blcyoles, Tricyolos, Velocipadea,
Guns, Kines, Cutlery, Fishing Ttokla,
A. full line of Uasoball and Sportinff Goods ot
NO GOODS SOLD DURING
TiJE .EVENING RECEPTION.
Tho ovouing "exhibition" is
simply to ehow you, under tho
soft, bright raya of the electric
light, tho richost and handsomest
Jewolry "Palace ' in the cit-7 of
Washington ono which will com
paro favorably In point of unirjuo
designs and beauty of its fix
tures, and costliness of stock,
with any in the country.
Exquislto collection of Watrr
Colors, by tho leading artists of
Homo, of scones and characters
of Sicily. $25 to 200 each.
These are personal soloctic&S
during my visit to Italy.
Next to Mertz's,
Good Table Board
Only $20 Per Month.
"The Beltord" Is not only admir
ably located It's first-class in all
it's appointments comfortable,
cosy, tastefully furnished.
Well cooked and well served
meals, including lunch. $20 per
month. Luncheon from 12 to 2:30,
EZrSeparate cafo for ladles.
13th St. Bet. F and G.
John H. Stewart, Manager.
" ---2- eeo-ii
One lot of Children's
Coats, made of all-wool
waist, with full ruffle
over shoulders. Large
turn -oyer collar,
trimmed with narrow
satin ribbon. Full leg-o'-mutton
deep cuff, trimmed to
match. These come in
white only and are guar
anteed to wash.
I To Bake Bread
f At Your Home
9 Isnt econoin7 when Snch -whiv-
ligntvwholesome, dallciotm breart a
V our new ilAKiK BREAD cw
fbut te. loaf. Bread, better in any
particular, can t be baked at home
A lorthe ssm coat.
W mn ordering see that every loaf
X hears onr red white and blue
label. Othorwlso It's not the real
fT QnaSerUread At grocers, or we U
serve you on receipt of order
O CHAS. SCHNEIDER,
f 413 I St. N. W.
Remember, vre keep every- i
thing that is needed in I
"BABY'S WANTS," so if y
Coats be not on the list, may
be it is xMITTS, SKIRTS, $
SLIPS, HOSE. BIBBS,
SACQUES, SHIRTS, VEILS, 2
or something else whatever a
it is--we have it and we've Q
9 "ALL-RIGHT" Prices.
420, 422, 424, and 426 7th St.
Are fitted -with our FINEST
LENSES, in Hard Rubber and
Polished Steel Frames.
Z3T Wo make scientific ex-
amination and fit, and adjust
the exact glasses without ex
McAllister & Co..
1311 F Street N. W. (Next to Sun Bids.)
New three string Upright
Pianos in Ebony, Cherry, and
Walnut finish, with fine stool
and cover for only $250.00, on
easy monthly payments, or at
a handsome discount for cash
or short time. Every instru
ment fully guaranteed. Call
and examine them. Don't for
get our name and number.
John F. Ellis
937 Pa. Ave. N. W.,
Near loth, street.
WILLIAM MUIRHEAD, 1525
Fourteenth street northwest
Branch offlco and yard, 2100 B
street northwest. "Phone 1103.
"Hurd's Name on the Box."
' Letter Writer"
is a distinction enjoyed by the
few rather than the many. The
first impression is made by the
paper. If that is correct, a
good beginning has been
made. HURLVS PRINCE
OF WALES WRITING PA
PERS are the standard of ele
gance for all social corre
spondence. Cream, French
Grey and Beryl are the latest
tints all with the famous kid
finish -writing snrface.
"Hurd's Name in the Paper."
GREAT SUPPLY Raisins, Currants, Citron, Figs,- Seedless Raisins, Prunes, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Apricots, Prunelles, &c.
D tb I v R
n Baa u xas xa' u tl Ex-d7 xass' a
Soft Shell Almonds, Pecans, Fjlberts, English Walnuts3 Jumbo Brazil Nutsf
Shellbarks. Everything to Make You a Merry Christmas.
SPECIAL PRESENTS Large 75c Majolica Pitchers, large 16-inch $1 Decorated Vases, large Decorated 50c
Opal Butter Dishes, large Rebecca Tea Pots, worth 50 cents, large 75c Vegetable Dishes, decorated and gold band.
The above presents given with every pound of Tea, 3 pounds Coffee, pound of Pepper or other spices.
Java and Mocha Coffee 30c
Best fVfixed Tea 5
Lily Minnesota Pat. Flour, - $4 bbl
Gunpowder Te 20c
Tiae Gnajjowder Tea 85c
roey Mixed Tea. 50c
Choice OoIookT.... Ofto
Choice Gmifjowder Ten (Wc
Lxtm Choice OatoagTflH 80e
Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea 80c
Spring Leaf Tea. 35c
rineOolofig Ten S5e
Syrup, Molasses, Vine
Vinegar, pet p.illon 17c-
"Wbito Wine Yiuear, per gallon 25c
Syrup, per gallon 45o
Golden Drips. ier gallon 50c
Molnsscs, pof gallon 35c
Baking Molasses, per gallon 45o
Mustard, gallon 35c
Mnplo Syrup, qt. can3 25c .
3 Largest Rurnford Y. Powder, 25c
Ground Coffee. 15c Baby Brand, 2 for 25c 13c
Phaliu IK nnffrva 9ftp ' "R.ipln limnr! 1GC
Java Flavored Coffee. 25c ! Champion Brand. 2 for 25 13o
Java and Mooha Coffee 90c
Old Government Java Ooffoe. 35e
Beft Mocfaa Coffee 35c
LeveriiiK's Coffee 35c
Arbnekle's Coffee. 25c
Johnston's Breakfast Ooffeo 20c
Dime Brand. 3 for 25 10c
Duisy Brand, 2 for 25 13c
Full Weight, 2 for 25 13c
Evaporated Cream 15c
Chocolate and Mill; 25c
BABY BltAND BEST FOR INFANTS.
3 pkgs. Quaker. Oats
Baagely Cora. 2 for 25. 15c
Sur Corn. S for 25 10c
Lima Beans. S for 25. 10c
Marjland Peaches, 2 for 25 16c
Maryland Pears, 2 for 25 15c
California Pears 15c
California Peaches 15c
California Aprioot3 15c
Canned Gooseberries -...15e
Canned Strawberries lOo
Canoed Cherries. 15c
Canuei OyMers 10c
Canned Baked Beans, 2 for 25 16c
Canned Tomatoes, 8 lor 25 10c
Canned String Beans, 8 for 26 10c
Electric Light 83.25
U bbl 81.00
Lily PaYenYp'louV, bbi.V." '.Y.'.'.Y.'.V.V. ".84.25
1-lCth bbl 30o
Mason's, small 3c
Mason's, large 5o
Bixby's, small 3o
Bixby's, large '.... 7o
Bdvai Shoe Pollsli 10c
Best Bait. Sug. Cured Shoulders, 8c lb
7 Ivory Soap,
Canned Meats and Fish
Sardines, smnll, oil, G for 25 5c
Sardines, largo, 3 for 25 lOo
Sardines, imnorted 15c
Potted Tongue, smalj, 3 for 25 lOo
Potted Tongue, largo, 2 for 25 15c
Potted Ham, small, 3 for 25., lOo
Potted Ham. large, 2 for 25 15c
Canned Beef, 1-pound cans 15c
CnnncdBeef, 2-pouud can 0o
Salmon, tall cans, 15c, 2 for. 25c
Salmon, long flat cans, 2 for 35 ISo
Lobster, 3 for 55 20o
Mackerel, 3 for 35 15c
Brook Trout, 3 for 35 15c
7 Borax Soap, -
Bice, 4 for 25 Gc
Quaker Oats, 3 for 23 lOo
J. B. Oats, 3for25 10c
Loose Oats (rolled), G for 25c
Pettijohn Food lOo
Corn Starch, 3 for 25 10c
Barley, 3 for 25 10c
Hominy Grits, 4 for 10 3o
Hominy (coarse"), 10 for. 25o
Corn Meal. psck..,. 15o
Dried Beans, per pound 4o
Buckwheat Flour, 6 for 25o
7 Star Soap,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese.
Cheese, cream, 2 pounds 25o 15o
Butter, choice creamery, pound 25o
Eggs, dozen (choice country) 23c
Cooking Butter 20o
Butterme, 3 pounds 50c 18c
Lard. 3 pounds for. 25o
Cottoleno, 3-pound pails.. 30c
Cottoleno, 5-pound pails 50c
2 Oans Baby Brand
PeoDer. whole or sround ---- 85
IB S N -
Electric Light Family Flour $3 bbl.
- - - 25c
Star Soap, 7 bars 23o
Brown, (long bars), G for 2Io
Oleino, G for 230
Sonpine, G for 25c
Pearlino, G for 25c
177G Powder. G for. 25o
All other soaps in stock.
Johnston's Small Lemon. G for 25 5c
Johnston's Large Lemon, 3 for 25 10c
Johnston's Small Vanilla, 6 for 25...'. 5c
Johnston's Largo Vanilla, 3 for 25 10c
Johnston's Extract Ginger, 3 for 10c
- - - - 25c
Sugar-cured Shoulders 8c
Sugar-cured Ham 12o
Breakfast Bacon 12c
Fat Back So
Western Shoulder 9o
Bacon Strips 14o
Blue HenMatohes, doz 14c
Bed Seal Lye lOo
Liberty Lyo 5c
Coffee Essence, 2 cans 5o
Salt. Bags, 3 pounds, 2 for 5o
Mackerel, 3 for 25 . 10c
Labrador Herring, doz 15c
Smoked Herring (box of 100) 20o
Codfish (boneless). 6 for 25 5o
Large Lump Starch, 6 for 25c
Elastic (flat iron) Starch 10o
Iory (Elephant Starch lOo
Milk, - - 25c
3i pounds Lard. Loose,
New Holiday Goods
Slbs. Baisins 25c
2 lbs. Citron 25c
Slbs. Candies 25c
Slbs. Currants 25c
Nuts, 9 lbs S1.00
Figs, Ac. 2 lbs 23c
Macaroni . 3 lbs 25c
Macraroni, imported, 2 for 25 15c
Vermicelli. S for 25. 10o
Sago, 3 for 25 10c
Tapioca. 3 for 25 10c
4 package's Corn Starch,
Cocoa and Chocolate.
Wilbur's Cocoa. 20o
Epps' Cocoa 20o
Baker's Cocoa 20c
London Cocoa :...20c
Baker's Chocolate 18c
Wilbur's Chocolate. 18c
J. B. Baking r wder, lb., 6 for. 25c
J. B. Baking Powder, & lb- 3 for 25c
J. B. Baking Powder, 1 lo 20c
Boval Baking Powder. 1-lb cans 45a
Eoj-al BakingPowder, lb 23c
Koyal Baking Powder. lb 13c
Cleveland Baking Powder. 1 lb 45c
Cleveland BakingPowder,) lb. 23c
Cleve'nnd Baking Powder, lb 13c
Rumford's 6-Oz Y. V., 3 for 26 10c
Johnston's 6-oz Y. P., 3for25 10c
Best Granulated Sugar 4c
Best A Sugar. 4;?
Light Brown Sugar. 4c
Cut Loaf Smrar 6c
Powdered Sugar 6a
Wilbur's Cocoa, can,
Gelatine and Jelly.
Chalmer's Gelatine 10c
American Gelatine, 3 for 25 10c
Cox's Gelatine 15c
Jelly, 6-lb pail 50c
Jelly, largo glasses 10c
Preserves. 6 lbs EOe
Fruit Puddine, fruit flavors, 3 for 25 10c
Pickles, Sauces, Dress
ing. O.K. Pickles, J-Dint bottle3 10c
O. K. Pickles, pint 15o
Hirsch's Sauce. 3 for 25. 10c
Colburn's Salad Dressings, J pints 25c
Durkee's Salad Dressing, K Pints 23c
Olive Oil, 3 for 25. 10c
Olive Oil, imported 20c
Lea & Perrin's Sauce, J pints 25c
LenfcPerrin'3 Sauce, pints 45o
Olives, in glass. 3 for 25 10o
3 pkgs. Pettijohn's Food
Large Bottles o5
3-lb. Boxes Ball Blue 10c
K-lb. Boxes Ball Blue Wo
Euameline, 6 for 25. oc
Enameline. 3 for 25 .....10a
Rising Sun Polish 5o
Jewel Polish. 6 for. 25o
Evaporated Apples, 2 lbs 25c
Evaporated Peaches, 2 lbs 25o
Evaporated Pears. 2 lbs ........25c
Evaporated Apricots, Ac, 2 lbs 25a
Fruits and Vegetables,
N. Y. Burbank Potatoes, bushel 65a
Northern Spy Apples, peck. ......35a
Fine Onions, peck .....i. 25o
A L1 1
The Johnston Company.
. Telephone 816.