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THE WASHIKGTOK TIMES, THflJKS PAY, JANUARY 3 1 1895.
You want good, reliable
Clothing come to 12th
and F Sts. for it. We don't
handle the unreliable sort
at any price, but do have
good, HONEST, fashiona
ble Suits and Overcoats
as low as TEN DOLLARS.
Garments you can depend
upon to give SATISFAC
Finer ones at SI 2, 15,
$1 8, and up to $45 and all
worth EVERY DOLLAR of
Robinson, Gheru Go.,
!2tti & F StSi Eat1"s,,ng.s'
DMKHf iif BIBS
Action by the Commissioners on
Transfers and Car Fenders.
Is offering values un
olso iu town, btioes for
men, women and chil
dren, all reduced to
the Ion est prico that
over bought thom. As
JG pairs of 31 en's
Patent Leathers, lace
and button. Regular
51 values. During this
sale fi(0 miyslbeui.
Edmonston, 1334 f st-
V ifT VT TTnrfl TFfi. "V
I WANT CASH. 1
t S39 ono
v We are making the fur fly in this T
ffireat A&feisnes's Salo of Clothing, (ft
. ash is tho only stun" that pays" bills
fin the business -world and thn cred- ft
j tors of the late firm ol Heed, Harron
m & to., of Harrisburg, are impatient 0
for a settlement of thoir affair. T
85 Their entire -lock is hero on our (
worth of Cloth- V
Ins at BANK- 0
J Men's Working Pants 60c f
Men's Dress Pants 98g !
I Very Fine Aii-wool Hair- I
f line Pants SI.25 J
f Men's Extra Fine Pants..$U0 f
Men's Genuine English f
I Corduroy Pants, sSfk, 1.90 !
1 Men's Prince Alfaert.a 7.50 I
Men's Clay Worsted Suits 7.50 I
(REGENT CUT.) I
ii i n..- o..;i. nn V
I men s Business dims 4.uu
f Men's Storm Ulsters 4.50 I
s (nusn fblsze.) 1
f Genuine English Kersey l
f Overcoats, ilZ I
fwarp 1 1 a 11 a n lining silt I
stitched S-lnch "velvet col- QD An W
e Knee Pants 38c I
f Children's Suits 68c f
Children's Dress Suits... 1.00
V These prices don't represent the cost y
of manufacturing. i
n Cor. 9th and E Sts. N. W. a
V We havo no conn"-tion with any V
V other bouse.) Q
WASHINGTON, D C.
Non open. European plan. Tor ladies and
peuUemen. AllOLL'TKIA fireproof throughout
Jvcry Iloor lighted by oloctncity and heated by
steam. omplete equipment of public and pri-
atfi baths. Elecant Cafe and Ladies' Kostau
rant 1 rivate dining-rooms and nanqurt-room.
Tboater jmrties a bpocialty. JJ . FRAZILK,
fi PABST BREWING CO.'S
m Milwaukee Beer
1 IS THE BEST MADE. I
f PMCIAIJA GOOD FOR FAMILY I'sK.
I WASHINGTON BRANCH,
3 703-705 North Cnpito! Sneer. $
f'J'HOAi:, 27:1 aull-ly 1
3903ij fi-sVO-4 -&V
WATGB YOUR WATGH
wheL It runs n little too slow or
cJittlo too fastbrinsit to us. Wo
msuro viitihc for S2 a year
Leep then in repair no matter
bo oftpn thej nnod fixing
Geo. W. Spier, 310 9th St.,
jusc ADoveihc Avenue
Th nGrxi-A'c n
Is ono of the best meals "orved
in this oily Menu alp aj s con-
tain tiro kinds of Soup Fish
Meat Tnro A ojrotables '-and
DfssTt. Splendid parlors lo-
lite, uti ntivo waiters. Appe-
" lizinc. delirious cooking Ltmch-
" oonfrom 12 to 2:30.
- zsr Separate Cafoforia-
J3th St. Bet. F and C.
John H. Stewart, Manager.
IothinM So Nice
As s. bos of our Candy
Mixtures Theyro a
delight 10 young and
old nppetiz ug re
freshing A delicloiw
I'uro and Jrosli st -ill
t'mes S5, 40, and CO
CEXlis A POUND
GHl'a FiC'ous a-vndles
only obtr.lwCblo hero.
THF. IIARIjEST-IHB BtST.
MADEOr'Fl HEfcrRG WATEH.
Tolephouo . Oflico 1123 F BL a. w
AUornoy Thomhi bnS reached tho con
clusion tbnt, as it now stands, tho law pro
Tiding for a reciprocal transfer systom be
tween street railway companies cannot to
enforced nftfiVinsrh'hco -of- any ono of the
companies, tho proisionna to tra us f era bo-
Ling sanarate and distinct from that relating
The proision that in tho absence ol mutua
agrecmeut,tuo,qu.et4on m2?', V settl01 y the
supremo court docs not apply to transfers,
and while n citizen may exact compliance
-with tho joquiroment. tho attorney says
1t is clear that the railroad companies cannot.
An amendment " is proposed which ho
thinks wMl-Curp tho defect. That amend
ment is being perfeci'e'd "by Iho board and will
bo submitted to Congress, probably to-day,
with the report upon tho general subject, in
cludiuK correspondence with tho railways,
which was invited by letter several days ago.
Tho Commissioners" gave a hearing jester-
J day, as previously aunojncod in Tun Times,
io u uoiuxauon oi siuumcu irum iuo uuuwi
Market, wlio called to indorso tho order for
removal of street obstructions, and to protest
against the proposal advanced for renting
the parking for pnvale"buiness purposes.
Tho delegation oons'Sted of John It. Kelly,
president of the Butchers' Proteotho Associa
tion; J. K. iilangum, president of tho Market
DealerVissoclation; S. Swindells, vice presi
dent, and Bob-rt Bowdelf, treasurer, of the
last named association. Tnoy were accom
panied by Gov. Ordway, of tno Market Com
pany, and Gen. Birney.
The subject was exhaustively presented
upon tho lines presented in yesterday's
Times, and.tho delegation was assured that
in any legislation looVing to a rental of tho
parking it was not intended to have tho pro
vision apply to Louisiana aeuuo. Tho mat
ter was tnken under advisement.
There was a sensational sceno enacted in
the excise board room yesterday, at tho hear
ing given upon the application of 'William II.
Boso for license to retail liquor In Anacos
tia. Hose's saloon is tho only one in tho
town, and tho citizens' declare it to-bo a nui
sance, and tent representatives before tho
board with a protest against tho issuanco of
A war of words was the result. Boso's
friends appearing in his defense. Pointed
poundod to somo'of those who advocated the,
saloon, and tho result of tho controversy was
that additional papers -wero filed, and tho
board announced that it would take timo to
I further consider tho caso.
'I here was a protest heard, also, against tho
1 granting of license to .August Dettorer, tho
keeper of a hotel at Brigbtwooa. Citizens
j wero heard, pro and con, and tho caso also
went over for futuro consideration.
Tho board will hereatter admit no dolega
1 tions for or against au application, but will
restrict hearings to a presentation of each
j sido by representatives limited in number,
j Tho'board authorize!! tho issuanco of two
I licenses to wholesale dealers in Anacostia, as
folloivs- John iladfcn'u, No. 4SC ilonroo
i street, and George W. Gray, o. 9 ilonroe
Attorney Thomas returned to tho Commis
sioners yesterday tho draft of tho fendor
regulations that had been prepared and sub
mitted to him- forrovision.
Tho matter is nowigain boforo tho board,
and early action will bo taken. Tho order
will probably bo promulgated to-day requir
ing every road in the District using other
than hcrse power to equip its cars with a
fender and wheel guard within a phen
period, with severe penalties prescribed for
Building permits issued vestordav: George
j K. Jenny, dwelling. No. 14 Maryland avenue
nonueasi, ?2,Buu;ooun jiyers, irame dwel
ling, Barry Tarm, 800; J. E. Horning,
dwelling. No. 140?,r street northeast, $3,030.
Mrs. Xetlio Marshall has been appointed
matron of the Girl's Beform School, vice Mrs.
Alberta Barry, resigned.
H. L. Hallet has written to tho Commis
sioners inquiring ifihe Metropolitan Bailway
Company owns the city. He wants measures
taken to compel tho company to gio better
service to tho western section of tho city.
The Commissioners yesterdny made a fa
vorable report upon the bill providing for tho
paving of Florida avenue, from Eighteenth
street to Connecticut avenue, and recommend
that 12,000 he appropriated for the work.
RECORD Of'tHE COURTS.
Pbobate Coukt Justice Hagxer Es
tate of Virginia Zeilin; copy of will and
codicil from Philadelphia Hied. Estate of
Thomas B. Turnerwill ,o,f February 25, 1893,
proved by third witness. Estate of Jere
miah Long; will filed with power of attorney
from Bartholomew Long to John A. Long.
Estate of iJohn P. Berger; order approving
administrator Estate of James Keleher;
will filed by "William J. Miller. Estate of
Jacob Schovcr: in. entorv of monev. Sl,020,
filed. Estilto of John Walker; will fully
proved. Estate of Franci3 AV. Strickland;
petition of Jesse H. Strickland for letters of
Cmcufr Coubt, No. 1 Justice Bradley
William E. Hodge vs? 3istrict of Columbia;
juror withdrawn and leave to amend declar
ation in twenty dajs; case continued. In ro
will of William E. Slatthcws; motion for new
trial filed. Shearer vs. Coolahan, Harris fc
Sbafer vs. Green; judgments by dorault. C.
J. Hammersly &. I). M. Bausdell; verdict for
plaintiffs for possession of property in con
troversy. Moulton vs. Waldron; stricken
from calendar as settled. Assignment, regu
lar Xos. 412, 378, 542, 53C, 583, 580. 592, and
Cibocit Couhtv. "So, SI Chief Justice
B.MiiiAji am) Justice Cole Nowman v.
Baker; verdict for defendant. United States
vs.'Conger etal.; -verdlcr for plaintiff for
?2,a22.20. Lansl)urghns."D1strict oU Colum
bia; bill of exceptions signed and filed and
time to fllo tran5criprlncourt of appeals ex
tended twenty days. Hurdle vs. Washington
and Georgetown Railroad Company (on trial
before Justice Cole); plaintiff granted leave
to amend declaration. Assignment, Nos.
137, 329, 299, and 311.
Equity Couut. No. 1 Justice Cox "Wnl
den vs. O'Neal; decree 'dismissing bill. Colo
vs. Cole; sale ratified and cause referred to
auditor. - Biddlo vs. Kinney; salo ratified and
cause referred to auditor. Warwick vs. Kear
noyr c"ecreo establishing title. Willonghby
vs. Mackall; sale decreed; A. A. Birney and
IL E. Davis trustees to sell. Cook, guardian,
vs. Cook etal.: reference to auditor ordered.
Expressmen's Mutual Benefit Association vs.
Moss? .order to pay Anna E. Johnson her dis
tributive share. Assignment, Nos. 11, 12, 15,
19. and 44.
Equity Coukt. Nd. -2 Justice Hiqxeb
Beach vs. Beach; rule to show cause returna
ble February 5. 1895. Buss vs. White, et al.;
leave to amend bill granted, and order con
tinuing rule. Straus vs.'Straus; order for
commission to sell. Bussell vs. Russell; time
to take-'testimony extended thirty days.
Loorao vs. Fowierj order pro confesso vs.
CBIMrNAL COUBT, . 10. - 1 JUSTICE Mc-
CoiiAh Henry V. Howgalo, embezzlement
and forgery; jury,respitcd.
Cbxmix&i. Couut, No. 2 Justice Cole
Jame3 EL Williams, alias James Glenn, petit
larceny, second offense; motion for now trial
and in" arrest of judgment filed and over
ruled. . -
otcs frpin, the Courts.
Aaron 'Straus yesterday sued Patrick
Phillips ,for theale-of lots A and B, square
575, to secure payment of a judgment for $29
and costs. .
Tnomas P. Morgan and others were sued
yesterday by John M. Carter, of Baltimore.
Mr. Carter has a judgment for-$429 against
Mr. Morgan. Ho says that since it was ob
tained Mr. Mo.rgan has-conveyed his interest
in lot CC, fiquaro 240. to William L. Read
without consideration. Ho asks that tho
deed be set asido and tho property sold to
satisfy his claim.
In the suit of Edwin A, plowman against
Cyrus A. Baker for $15,140 for breach of con
tract for sale of roal estate .at Langdon Park,
tho jury in Judge Bingham's court yesterday
returned t xprj&lct for the defendant.
The Uniccd States yesterday jot a judg
ment In 'u&go Bingham's court for $2,922
against P.B. Conner ami others for failure
to complete a contract.
CirolinoG- Mulior yesterday sued Frank
C. Muller for divorce. M. Dorian is her at
torney. ThenjipBAfOAvithheld from nub-llcation.
Parker, Bridget & Co.,
-315 7th st. Nrwr ".'
The Way We Do Business!
Few words about those Overcoats of the Metropolitan
R. Cos Employes.
Follow us through this little bit of history. It has an important .bearing, both-on
our past' and future. It emphasizes in a most emphatic manner our method of doing business.
Last fall, in competition with others, we secured the contract for furnishing the Metropolitan
Railroad Co.'s drivers and conductors with blue overcoats at $15 each. The cloth submitted
by us had been used by our manufacturer for eleven years with unfailing success, and over ten
thousand overcoats had been made from it by them. Our manufacturer was at that time un
able to furnish the quantity desired of. this identical cloth, so substituted another piece, which
was guaranteed to them by the mill to be superior to the original in every respect, and which
cost ten cents per yard more. Upon their representations we accepted the cloth and guaran
teed it to the employes of the Metropolitan Railroad Cojnpany. It failed to come up to the
usual standard of wear, and as quickly as we heard of it we investigated the matter, and have
refunded each man a check for seven dollars, as a rebate on the fifteen, thus protecting tfienV
from loss in dealing with us.
As the following letters show, all of the men and the Metropolitan Railroad Company are -entirely-satisfied
and consider the rebate a most libenaIone. ' "
Weare not Jnfallible, but as we stated above, you lose nothing in trading with us for we
stand by our guarantee regardless of loss.
No doubt you have noticed the insinuations of short-sighted, loud-mouthed, jealous com"-
petitors. Should they mention the matter to you again we trust you will call their attention to
The continual growth of our business has naturally made us a mark for their harmless '"
shafts. We shall go right along doing business on the honest, straightforward, sincere," "do-as-you-would-be-done-by"
plan. We repeat, you lose nothing by trading with ,us1(foj we
right all wrongs regardless of loss. . . r
"-". ' READ THESE LETTERS: "- ":'
ti'AA 4k. YU A A A 4.Wi
w WWWW. WWVVJ
Fire Sale J
Thousands have already
taken advantage of this
great sale to buy good,
serviceable clothing AT
ING but co3t "cuts no
figure" and actual value Is
"not In It" EVERY
THING must go at prices
FIXED BY THE AP
PRAISERS. Lots of good
The following Is but an
'inkling" of the bargains
that await your coming.
OFFICE OF THE MET. R. R. CO.,
'January 2S, 1895
MESSRS.-PARKER, BRIDCET & CO.,
In acknowledging the receipt of your rebate ontthe Overcoats
furnished our conductors and drivers by you I bego say that the
amount named Is perfectly satisfactory to the men and to this
I take this occasion to say that youractlon meets with my com
mendation and fully justifies the confidence we have always re
posed in your firm.
Very truly yours, '
W. E. LOWRY, Supt. Met.R. R. Co.
From the Men:
We, the undersigned, desire to stato that wo,aro entirelr-satlsfled'vvith tho rebato
allowed upon the Overcoats sold us by Messrs. Tarkcr, Bridget & Co, ami wo com
mond thorn for their liberal business policy in righting a wrong caused through no '
fault of their own, it being clearly the fault of the mills that supplied tho cloth:
H. B. TVells.
I. F. .Maun
II. F. lecUo.
C hnrlea W. Stuart
O. F. tarhart.
L. C. Cobln.
C It. Cbicester.
J. B. Wagner.
.T. A. Mornn.
F. M. Hawkins.
Geo. W. Amiss.
J. If. IJaldcrston.
J. V. bolomon.
AV. M. Wilson.
Thomas K. l'huir.
G. "N. ilertze.
V. A. Jlorton
C. S Ki ich.
It H "Fosey.
.T. D Droncnburg
Louis II. bimpkins.
J E. Nelson.
S. J. Fotts.
Harry B. Barker,
Wm. O. Shumate
"W. L Lynn
P. M. Crown
B. S. Finnncou
II. C. Jones
J. "P. Zier
W. M. Hawkins
"XV. 1. fcinlth
L. It Tucker
"WW am Walzcy
Thos. C. Poland
O. T. Sturgis
C. 11. Zior
A. T. Stowart
W. N. Hutchison
C. W. Beekwith
B. A. Bonner
Jos. M. Breneman
John S. Watklna
John S. "W rtlkor
Thomas H Sturgs
J. W. llowdo.shell
Chns. U Jiartln.
W. It Smith
G. W. Butler
, P. JIcMullan
S. T ilunihoy
F. W. Hopk n?
A. P. Brown
JL T. W halen
W. F.'Magruder .
Chas B. Bluino
II. A. Louuon
1. W. Kendrick
W. II. Plu miner
W. T. Beutoir1
T. J. Laurenco
.T. 31. Payne
W. A. Jac ts
J. II. Loughborough, Jr
C. h. Clarm
T. G. Smi lu
Jas. F Gnrnty
Goo. IL Ha7ell
G W. Butler
J. D P Snyder
C. D Knight
Jas S. Porry
John W. Draper.
- Wm Barron.
John Draly. -
Jtobt 31. UampbolL
Gea A. Hnrpcr.
F. Bro n.
F. J Burrows.
V. W Gwynu. .
C. T. Butcher. -"
W. C Osbuno
E T. I u)ett.
"Wm. XL 1 sler.
G. . Burdett.
J. T. Owens
Thomas W. Ward..
F. Unth. - '
E. J. Davis.
J. E Poolo. -T.
S It Tal6r.
Thomns Bown nn.
31. C. Beau.
J. B. Chamberlain.
J. W. Todd.
II. A. Skinner.
C. J. Gntcs.
Buchanan T adgett.
Wm. H. Day.
WiUiam U. Hooper.
J. W. fcimpson.
W. T. Berry.
S. V. Merger.
J". L. Sharswood.
F, 31. Itu-eell.
Solomon V elis.
IL J. Potera.
G. i1. Tucker.
C. 1. de31ontfredy.
Wm L. Snow. ,
F. JJ. Thomas
W. S. Sherwood.
G. II Bartlott.
A. O. Silv ey. .
A. T. Brooddus.
J. A. Blllingsler.
Geo. E. Ourand.
IL E Xash.
J. W. Haldy.
IL A. nilL
N. i ison.
J J. Coiclazier.
L. P. Lovke.
W H 3fangunr
C. .Meyer " " "
T. 31. iloacieso
G HEarr '"'
J. A. Hagerty
C. 3L Yaste
Kobert 3L Slye
Wm. G. Ihornas 1 4
J. H. .Monarty
E. 31 Delano
J. C. Scott
J. W Boland
E. A. Bnrch
Tim. Dcylo- -" -31.
Char. K. Allen- "
E. 31. Dent
J. It Iteding
P. V. 3toran
If. T RWslQT
B. L. Itowen
E. C Elliott
John Herbert "
W. 3L Masters
B. . Reed
?. I. Berry ,,
J. Tj Koland
J. W. 3IcDaniels
TenPerCnt Clothing Eonse,
927-929 7th St. N. W.
X Cor. Massachusetts Ave.
9 STRICTLY ONE PBICE.
Of printing executed by as promptly and
accurately AN e are equal to any test thaS
a printer can De sumet-ted to.
"Xothing too large, nothing too small for as to
HcGILL & WALLACE,
$8, $10 and $12
To make quick -work of tho balance
of our SS, 810 and $12 Storm Over
coats, wehavo cut their price
Pants, $1.90.- -
We have quite a largo number of
- pairs of Men's "Odd" Tronsors left
from Suits, in blue and black cheviots,
pin stripes and fancy mixtures.
Harry B. Parker,
Wm, O. Shumate.
5 Washington's Leading Clothiers, 315 7th. St
FOR HARRIED HEN ONLY.
Y. 31. C A. .Members Will Gic a Banquet
on Washington's Birthday.
The married men of the Y. M. O. A- aro go
ing to have some enjoymont all to themselves.
It was at General Secretary Push's sugges
tion that twenty gentlemen, who hnvo ceased
to walk tho path of life alono during Mr.
Pugh's term ol oHlce, met in the Association
parlors yesterday afternoon to make pre
liminary arrangements for a "married men's
banque t." Washington' Birthday was tho
date fixed upon, nnd G o'clock p. nr. the
The selection of a placo and tho perfection
of tho details was left in charge of nn execu
tive committee. Mr. Chnrles F. Nesoitt, who
was chosen chairman of this committee, will
after consultation with 3lr. Pugh appoint
five other members and call a moeting the
latter part of this week. Mr. C. L. Hardinc
IS treasurer and Mr. G. W. Crawford secre
tary. There aro about fifty members of tho asso
ciation who aro eligible to participate in tho
festivities, and tho success of tho occasion is
Specialties: Heart, Lungs,
ASTHMA, AXD ALL DISEASES
of the Chest and Air Passages.
Oflico hours: 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 8 and 4. to C
CONSULTATION FHEE. 1232 14th street
BEARS IN THE BREAD HARKET.
Leading Bakers Sav that Prices Will Not
Go Up Now at Least.
"No, tho price of bread will not be ad
vanced not lor some time,1' said a promi
nent baker to a Times reporter yesterday.
Tho after-thought suggestod further discus
sion, nnd tho bakor added:
"There aro several persons, I know, who
would liko to have tho price go up, but you.
can say that it will not bo yet awhile."
"Has tho proposition been under discus
sion in tho bakers' nsbociation?" was asked.
"Oh. yes; but (just esisually. Tlioso who
forced down tho price 'got it in tho neck,'
and they are now trying to get tho prico put
Another leading baker made pretty noarly
tho samo observations. When asked if ho
could say when there would be nn advance
in the price, his indefinite roply svas "not for
Ho was asked if, in hi judgment, tho price
when advanced would ho higher than it was
prior to tho reduction, ho said:
"Tho price of bread then will depend upon
tho prico of flour."
Both of tho operators said thoro was agreat
falling off in tho demand for bread, nnd one
bad a list of firms that had beon obliged to
take four or Ave delivery wagons out of
Another baker was seen, ono Tvbose regular
force of workmen ranges in number from
three to six. Ho said:
"Tho prico will go up. certainly. Thero
is a positive Joss in tho business now." And
ho proceeded to show how the losses come in.
"A barrel of llour,,J ho said, "represents
250 loave3 of broad. At 8 cents per loaf
that will bring in $8.75 to the operator. Good
flour will cost $4.25; for lnbou, yeast, and
other expenses, incidental, the baker pays
out 83.50 more, and that leaves him but 1
prollt on each barrel. Out of this ho pays
his taxo3, living expenses, and extras for
overtime made by the men, to say nothing
of meeting expenses from stalo bread, bad
bakes, and other sources.
"I know a bakor." ho added, "who lost
$25 week before last, and last week ho was
out $49. To stand a chance to make any
money tho baker must work from twenty-flvo
to fifty barrels a week, and hnvo a sale for it
nil. That Is what no firm does now, and
thero is not n bakery In the city that is run
ning at a profit."
LEFT FOR RELIGIOUS USES.
The Late Jeremiah Long Willed His Prop
erty to Bishop Kcnne and Others.
The Catholic University, by its president,
Bishop Kenne, receives $1,000 by tho will of
tho late Jeremiah Long, of Alexandria, Ya.
which was filed jestorday.
The-trustees of St. Aloysius and St. Pat
rick's Churches receivo ako tho rents and
profits from houso No. 918 Third street north
west, to bo used for the benefit of indigent
children. If in any way this use should
cease the p roperty Is to go to Cardinal Gib
bons, of Baltimore. John C. Long, a Catho
lic priest, nt Buffalo, N. Y., is to havo a houso
at tho corner of Fourth and H streets north
east for life. At his death tho houso is to go
to tho testator's brother, Bartholomew Long,
of Leavenworth, Ivans. This brother is also
Tho will was made December 28 last. Wil
liam A. Came, a newspaper man, is mado
Officers of N. U. I. IL A. Elected.
National Union Immediate Belief Associa
tion, at their meeting Tuesdny, January 29,
elected tho following officers for the year 1895:
E. C. Ford, president; William H. Fisher
vico president; Lewis H. Lauman, secretary
treasurer, re-elected; fluanco committee:
Alvan T. Traey, J. E. Wright and W. Q.
Tho association was organizod September,
1891, for tho purpose of paying $200 "immedi
ately on tho death of a member, and has
kept the promise in every case, having paid
out $2,800 only losing fourteon members
since its organization. Only members of
the National Union aro elignblo to member
ship, and not over fifty-four years of ago.
Several Police Court Cases In tho police
court yesterday Willis Connor was fined 85
for assaulting Lucy Belford. both colored.
Sarah H. Rosenzwoig and John Schleutor,
violating tho Unitod States Statutes by using
bottles owned and stamped by Charles" Jacob
son, of the Arlington Bottling AVorks; case
continued until to-day. Chauncey Deming,
larceny of a pair of. cavalry boo s and a rub
ber pancho, tho' property of tho Unitod States;
caso continued until to-morrow. John Con
nors and Michael Carroll wero fined $10 ami
$5 respectively for insulting a little girl ft
the streets of Georgetown.
NOT A DIHE FOR HER HUSBAND.
J IHt WmilNli fflAUHINt
flfas long since passed its experimental
stajre, and fcnov a -widely te-osnized
9 necessity lor more than a decade thw
t anOn3 styles of leading Writing 31a
f chines have demonstrated their strong
and weak points. The stron? uotnt3
Q have been so strong that very "many
-weak points have been overlooked; yet
6 they exist and it ia apparent to any
f careful observer that tnere 13 a de
mand for a 'W ruing Macnine which -will
j Hold Its Alignment and Head
t No Experl Repairs,
SI That is thoroughly durable, yet Hght
' and reasonably portable; that does
V away with nSmg ribbons; print3 clear-
? ly and dire tly from the type, and had a
softer, qmcker. and quieter artion than.
fthe machines hitherto placed on the
The '-YOST" solves the problem, and
w is the only 'U riting 3Iachine whuh. eiu
I bodies the al-ovo reiuirementa.
Sold by the
f United Typewriter & Suoolies Go
f 14-21 F ST. N. W. f
Every sort of Gas Cookis?,
Ileaiing-, and Lighting appliances.
Gas Appliance Exchange,
I 14-28 N.Y. Ave.
IS OFTEN CURED BX A PROPERLY FITTEJO
TRUSS. W e control tho tno best trusses la the
Tvorld, The "Honest John ' and The Military.
Porfect fit guaranteed or money refunded.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENT DEPARTMENT
MERTZ'S MODERN PHARMACY,
COR. 11THAXD FSTS N W
white and taper
shaped nails, and
by our manicure
Expert Advice Free.
Temple of Beauty,
SUITE 22 AND 21 METZEROTT BUIL3E50.
Gen. JacobiZcilin's Deceased Wife Was
Determined to Cut Him Off.
A. copy of the will of Virginia Zeilin, wife or
Gen. Jacob Zeilin, of-the Unitod-Statcs Marino
Service, was Hied here for record yesterday.
It gives tho property to herdaughter, Marga
ret Yeiy, with directions that one-half the
proceeds shall go to Mrs. Anne V. StocktoD,
wife of R. F Stockton, of Sew Jersey, but in
such a way that no part of it shall" ever go
into the hands of her husband.
A codicil gives Mrs. Stockton's daughter
some diamonds, but again specifies that the
father is not to bo in any way a beneficiary.
Tho testatrix says it is her will that ho shall
not have '"ono-dimo" that comes fro-n her.
It. F. Stockton, jr., is to hnVo the sword of
his uncle, William E. Zeilin. Lieut. Edward
Very, husband of the daughter, Margaret, is
made executor, -with full control.
Real Estate Transfers.
Deeds of real estate wero filed yesterday
for record as follows: Simon Dppenheimer
and -wifotcr Frank Jaeger, part of lots 42 and
43, Bcllevue, $10. subject to deed of trust for
S850. Henry Bl Duley nnd wife to James L.
Bettis, of Virginia, part of original lot 5,
square S02, $10 (warranty doed.- James H.
N. Waring nnd Thomas B. Warrick, trusteos.
to Leah A. Greggs, lots 218 anXl 219, Wright
S; Cox sub-division of Moant Pleaant
S1.025. Reginald 'W. Beall to Edward p!
Marshall, lot 9. block 15. Lo Droit Park
S10. subject to deed of trust fnr ao r.on
Emma S. Swno et Vir. to Minnie M. Strayer
lots 6 and. 7, block 23, Columbia Heights, $10!
Edward P. Marshall and wHo to Reginald W.
Beall. lots- 71 and 72, square 553, 10. Wil
liam T. Whelan nnd wife to James F. Shen
part of original lot 8. squaro 411, 910, suojoct
of deed of trust, 1,000. William L. Bramhall
et al., trustees, and William L. Bramhall. et
ux., (quit claim deed), part of original lot 8,
squaro 411, 5. Rebecca D. Maddox et
vir., to Cornelia G. Jones, part of
original lot 6. squaro 902, $1,400.
Philip H. 0hri3tmnn etux. to Ernest W. Brad
ford, of Indianapolis, all of lofs lto 15, block
5. Marshall, $10. James F. Sothoron nnd wlfo
to Dora M. Sothoron, lot 30, squaro 86, $5,000.
H. Bradley Davidson et aL.trustoes, toLuther
S. Fristoo, lot 49, block 13, Le Droit Park.
$4,900. Mary L. Browh fct tot to Emily V. D.
Miller, lot D," squaro 211 $10. Clarence C.
Waring and wife to Goorgo T. Klipstein, lot
20, Triotik: C, Widows' Mite, $100. Goorgo T.
Elipstein to Clarence Waring, lot 43, squaroJJicnve
1041, $10; also lot 140 and lot 139, squaro 152. tosh, ladies' high theater nat, and two pslrt
Of business men Is daily provided
for by our famous "Merchants
Lunch." It coats 13 cents, and pes- vs
sesses an all-round excellence not s
Walch'c New 933 "
VYaliIl is Restaurant D St n.w
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treats all chronic, nervous, nnd Wood diseases,
alcoholism and opium habits specialty; Kidney
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At Reasonable Rates,
621 Penna. Ave. N. W.
Thieves Kado roveral Faas--H O. Brown,
of No. 133 II street northeast, reports to po
lice hea Iqu.irlers tbnt thlews stole from his
house several articles of clothing, pocket
book cout.ilnmt; fii cents, open-faco silver
wati'lt, and gold watch and locket. William,
Hollis.of lVnth street nnd Louisiana nvenne.
reports, stolen from hi store eighteen tnrkeja
nniftbirty chicken. John Mnrphy, of Brook
bn. X. Y.. stales, that thieves entered his
room at the Howard Eousa nnd stole $27Q
from his pocket-. Mrs. James II. Jennings,
of No. 20 Grant Place-, had stolen a blu
;nvex overcoat, ladies dark bluomackin-