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THE WASHETOTOy TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1895.
There's a special feast of
values spread in OUR CHII
TO-DAY. It begins witli
tliose All-wool well-made per
fectrfitting Suits at
A big variety of tliem. All neat. Dressy patterns
and colors. All sizes, 4 to 15 years. By all means the
best Suits for the price ever seen in Washington.
One of our strongest lines for years, and stronger this
season than ever, is our one, richer fabrics, better qualities
and a bigger assortment than most houses can show in
their entire stoclc.
Suits at 6, $7, $7.50, $8, 9, $10, $12, 15, 16
choice selection in each and every grade.
Also the correct st3'les and
qualities in Hats, Caps, Shirt Waists,
Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear and
all other haberdashiug for Boys of
all ages. The .most complete stock
and best values in town.
12th and F Sts.
TO-DAY we are offering shoes
at a great sacrifice to close out
some odds and ends, lots and
broken lines. The thousands of
people who have bought bar
gains at our store testify to the
correctness of the statement.
FGR TO-DAY ONLY
Ladies' Hand-sowed $8 and $4 Shoes, QQr
1 te4, AA.A&B last, to-day COO
Ladies' Fine Dongola $1 Osfords, 2 to O Q n
ajjj, for to-day, only VJc j
.Hisses' Shoes, Cramor's make, $2.... i?OC
Child's Shoes, Cramer's make, $1.25 T"cC
Bahy Shoes to-day, only tvj
Those $4 Men's Enamel Shoes that
we have been advertising $21 49,
Sizes badly brofcen, and to-day J 1 QQ
only they go a Pi .CO
A complete Hno of Men's, Ladles
and Misses' Tan Shoes, all styles and
sizes, at prices low as is consistent
with quality of goods and fair aeallng.
Ladles' Black and Gray Swede Slip- OQ
pers, $2 Talue JZ3kj
706 Seventh Street N. W.
1 Great Falls Ice Company I
? 924 Pa. Avenue. J
a 'Phone 372. a
1 OUr White Wagons f
A TVTLL SXHTLY TOU WITH A
f Pore Kennebec ICE f
A OS TIME SEVEN BAYS IN THE A
NO FEE UNTIL CURED.
34 B St. N. E., "Washington, D. C.
Treats all chronic, nervous and blood dis
cases. alcoholism and opium lmbit. SPE
iTALTY Kidney and Bladder Trouble.
Piles. Fibtula. Stncturc, &c. PRIVATE
BHseaf-es tKtsitively and permanently cured,
Lost Manhood restored. Consultation free.
Office hours. 9 to 12 a. m.: 3 to 8 p.m.
And all kinds of composition at
Than by hand composition.
Mergenthaler Typesetting Go.f
470 Central Power Station,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Write for Estimate.
Washington Medical and Surgical
fi02T Street North west. Washington. D. C
Treats all chronic, nervous, and blood diseases,
' alcoiiollsm and opium habit.
SPECIALTY Kidney and Bladder Trouble,
Piles, Fistula,-Stricturo, ic.
PIUVATE Diseases positively and perma
Lost Manhood restored. Consultation free.
Office hours. -9 to IS a. m : 3 to 8 p. m.
"Wo charge for best quality
All -work guaranteed for 1 year.
Specialist In Swiss and EnglIshWntche3.
nirl-Sm A. KA1LN, Watchmaker, 933 F st nw.
PABST BREWING CO.'S
IS THE BEST MADE,
SPECIALLY GOOD FOB FAMILY USE,
503-705 North Cnpltol Street.
-riiUAE, xia. aull-ly
An oven dollar
in this for ou.
A special lot of DERBY
HATS in tliese colors:
You have paid $3 for tho same quality hat
"We still have a few
more of those splen
did all wool Hoy's
"with extra pants and
cap two patterns
H. FRIEDLAHDER &
Monarchs of Medium Frlco Clothing,
Corner 9th and E Sts. N. W.
ALL CLOTH HATS THAT
"WERE 00c 75c-f 1.00
Now 45 cts.
WE HATE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
TN THE CITY.
OUR LAST CUT ON MEN'S DERBYS
70S 7th St. N.W.
Means superior workmanship. Do you
know did you ever stop to think what
-the sewing, lining, buttonholes and fac
ing yes, oven tho buttons-are to a suit
of clothes. They add fifty per cent to
tho wearing qualities to say nothing of
the comfort of KNOWING that your
clothes wcro rightly mado and fit
Opp. "The Raleigh."
THE PUBLIC EYE:::
Is most discriminative in regard to PRINT
ING, florlnc jour stationery printed by
competent printers who produce work that's
beyond criticism, is on a step towards suc
cess. Let us do your printing.
McGILL &. WALLACE, Printers,
1107 E Street 'Phone, 1532
HaTC your collars starchod in the old way
when sou can have them done with Boft,
Ourt is the only place.
Tolman Steam Laundry,
S. E. PS & IfP5 IB"?!0!! 5 M D 932
JQ This -
Wyy Clay Worsted
1 T $r in
u 1 1
Commissioners Cannot Require
Cars to Run on Ketiyon Street.
OPINION OF ATTORNEY THOMAS
Citizens Damaged Have Bight of Action
Against tho Brightwood Company Ob
jections Filod to Proposed Improvements.
Assistant Building Inspector George
I. Bradley Tenders His Resignation.
Rclatlvo to the proper legal procedure
to compel the Brightwood Railway Com
pany to operate its Kenyon street branch,
District Counselor Thomas sayH there is
nothing the Commissioners can do in the
Franchises to occupy and ubc streets for
railroad purposes, he says, may toe forfeited
by non-user, but such forfeiture, where
not declared by Btatute or ordinance, can
only be enforced by proceedings in quo
There being no provision in the charter
of the company declaring a forfeiture for
failure to operate the Kenyon street branch,
the matter bhoald be brought to the atten
tion of the Attorney General. Any citi
zen, Mr. Thomas adds, who may suffer
damage by reason of the failure to run
the cars has a right of action against
Objections were heard by the Commis
sioners jestcrday from citi7em owning
property on the line of certain advertised
improvements. Protests were received
from Sol. Lansburgh, representing lots
79 to 81, of square 102G, and from 33.
"W. McGrath, representing lots 70 and 87
to 9-i, in same square.
Mr. McGrath stated that there were but
three buildings now in the square, and that
the proposed sidewalks would be broken
up by subsequent construction of build
ings. A protest was recoived from eighteen
residents of 31 street northeast, hetwtii
Third and Seventh streets, against the lay
ing of sidewalkn. It bore the signatures of
Mrs. Lucy T. lavie, T. 31. Lynch, J. N.
Sterger, Mrs. 12. J. Nond, John J. Lniiat.nn,
E. J. Lanahan, Mrs. "William Jlrohler, C.
L. Young, Brison Norns, Catheriii" "Weaver,
James Lialon, Patrick Lano, Catharine
Canty, Sarah C. Foilansbee, (ioorgcltuss'll,
Mary O. Lanahan, Gustav 3Iart,g, and M.
3'aciflcuB Ord filed a protest against
similar improvements in front of square -17,
on Twenty-soeond stieet, between I' street
and Massachusetts avenue.
INSPECTOR BRADLEY'S RESIGNATION.
Mr. George I. Bradley yesterday afternoon
tendered his resignation to the Commission
ers, and at the same time made application
for a position as draughtsman, either in
the engineer's department or on archi
tectural work in the office of the building
Mr. Bradley assigned as his reasons for
resigning are that "after five months' of
trial," he finds that li'i is "unable lo fill
the reqiiiiemeiits of tho position." He
regards the orfice as an "impossible one,"
he says, his vifws or engineering and uiihl
teoture being soafvariance with t tie. ueihods
preferred in Washington; and he believed his
retirement would he for the best interests
of the service.
Mr. Bradley's relations with his su
periors have bscn most agrrenble, he says,
but he is averse to being-a target for
outside criticism. lie declined to discuss
the matter further, and referred the re
porter to the Commissioners.
President Ross raid yesterday evening
that he regarded Mr. Bradley as conscien
tious, painstaking and efficient man. lie
did not understand why he should feel
called upon to leslgn, and humorously ob
served that if Mr. Bradley could not en
dure the criticisms of the public in his
present position, he should try service as a
tomrni-Moiier lor a while.
Tin board has not yet decided whether or
not the resignation would be accepted, but
should Mr. Bradley insist, his request
will doubtless he complied with.
I'roiKTly owiiers who reside In the square
on Eleventh htreet northeast, between II
and I streets, have entered a protest
against the widening of that street, uider
proposed plan of improvements.
SPOILS THEIR TERRACE.
Tho increase in the width of the street
will reduce the parking as much as three
and a half feet, or more, and as the resi
dents have maintained a terrace there for
years, whicli is greatly improved and has
Twaome a vaued convenience Ttiev iHucct
to its reduction.
The Commissioners paid a visit of inspec
tion to the locality yesterday afternoon.
Those who protrsed are Dr. E. J. Col
lins, James Hill, O. F. Wells, N. L. King,
33nos S. Harnden, Louis Rosenterg, Martin
J. Brosnahan, George Newton, Charles T.
Krallss, Frank "W. Bonn, 3Iugh A. Kane,
Tho managers of the Belt Line Tiaiiv ay
Company have been instructed to icpair
the crossings of the load at Massa. lm-etts
avenue and Eleventh streets, F mil Ninth
streets, and Second and Third streets noi th
west. I' not done by May 1 tho Vmnnis
Rioner will have the repairs made at the
expense of the road. -
Engi jr's license of the third Mass was
ordered to be issued j'ecterday lo George
O. M( ody and J. A. Burch rcspectirt-ly
"Willian Hutchinson was jesterday ad
vised that the croquet club he ipprcjents
will b. permitted to use the water pel vice
at premises Nos. 911 Rhode Island avenue
and KM Ninth street northwest, rr-;ec-tivcly,
upon obtaining the ow-ura' per
mission and pajment of 53 for aeh ter
vico The hours for the use of lie w."ter
are filed at 5 lo 8 p. m. and 5 t(. 8
a. m daily.
The Commissioners yecterday approved
of the plan proposed by the "Washington,
Alexandria and Mount Vernon Electric
Railway for entering the city. They also
approved of the plan of the Metropolitan
Railway for a "turn out" at Seventh and
Florida avenue northwest, for the use of
the Bnghtwood Railway.
ASSESSMENT AND PERMIT WORK.
Orders Issued yesterday:
That cement (sidewalks be laid on New
York avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
streets northwest, in front of squares 372
That cement sidewalks be laid and new
curb bo set in L street north, between
Fourth and Fifth streets west, in front of
lots 135 to 147, square 515.
That alleys be paved in square 490 with
That brick sidewalk be laid and curb reset
in Florida avenue between Eighteenth and
Nineteenth streets uorthwestinfrontoflotG,
square 131; In K street northwest between
First and Fiftb ctrcets, in front of
squares 515, 516, 526, 527, and
558 to 661; in Sixth street northwest
between New York avenue and L street,
in front of squarel50,ex"ceptinfrontof north
ten Teet of lot 26; in Third street northwest
of squares 553 and 572, except in front of
lot 1, square 533, and Trinity Church,
square south 572.
That brick sidewalk be laid and new curb
set in Eleventh street northwest between
Maryland avenue and C street, in front of
squares 984 to 986, except in front or lots
6, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29; square 986; in O
street northwest between North Capitol and
First streets; in First street northwest be
tween New YorkavenueandNstreet.infront
of squares 655 and 618; in Twelfth street
northeast between Park Placo and D street,
in front of squares 986 and 987.
That a six-Inch water main be laid In each
side of L street between Four-and-a-half
and Sixth streets southwest and that all
existing hquse connections be reconnected
to these two mainB, the Metropolitan Rail-
way to pay for labor of laying one main and
THE PEOPLE arc TIRED of yourvapor
incs. Your peculiar "Whistle" has cost
them dear. Thoy'ro on to your JHtle game,
and hence glvo you a wide berth.
SERVES' YOU RIGHT.
You were often reproved, but stiffened
your neck uutiutbo drop fell and flattened
WHERE ARE YOU NOW?
A Floundering in tho mud without a hand
to succor or to save WHILE THE BURGING
CROWDS COME THIS WAY.
Because they kuow WHERE to
GOOD WORKING SUITS FOR $4.00.
BLiACK CHEVIOT SUITS FOR $5.00.
GRAY CAS8IMERE SUITS FOR $5.50.
SILK MIXED CASSIMERE SUITS FOR
$6.00. ROUGH AND READY SUITS,
BLACK" AND BLUE, FOR $7.C0. HAND
SOME HAIR LINE SUITS FOR $8.00.
NOBBY SHETLAND SUITS FOR $8.75.
TRUE BLUE SUITS FOR $0.50.
If you have the norve to piny the "limit"
on Cussimero Suits which 1e
There will be opened up to your astonished
vision a vast array of btyles and designs
be wlldemm in extent and variety.
MYRIADS OF OVERCOATS FOR SPRING
WEAR! TANS AND SILK MIXTURES
S5.00. SILVER SERGES, $5.50. BLACK
CHEVIOTS. $6. BEDFORD CORD.BLUE
and BLACK WIRE WEAVES, $8.00.
One of the handsomest lines of Dark
Blue All-in-thr-rouch Worsted Overcoats
ever shown on this market a regular
beautv lined throiiRliout to tho very edges
with the finest Silk fit stylo and ele
cance all for
As a finishing touch we will furnish you
with a Meetly all-wool, light gray, spnug
Overcoat for the modes l sum of
BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS-SIzcs 12
to 18 years
BOYS' "SHORT PANTS SUITS 87c,
$1.00. $1.25, 52.00, $2.50, $3.
BOYS' BHOUTPAN1SFROM25 CENTS.
The largest and handsomest assortment
everbeforewlthln these walls $1.25, $1.50,
$1.60, $1.75, $17. ?2. $2.50. $3, $3.50
Doinj: business at the O'd Stand selling .
FINE. READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING
At a fair piolit lo continue business
And when you passoui corner,
In Ei-iibhine, know, or rain.
Look up, behold, m letters of gold,
Adleron the brain.
TEN IE!t CENT. CLOTHING UOLSE,
927-929 Seventh Rt nw., corner Massa
STRICTLY ONI. PRIOR.
Open eveninjrs until 7. Saturdaysunlllll.
You've got to have a
new Spring Suit why
don't you get it NOW?
You'lLfeei better with
one on and you can
WORK 'better. Look
in all the store win
dows you please re
member the prices
they'll help you to see
that our $10 and $15
Suits are head and
shoulders above them
ALL at these prices
More clear up to $35.
Kept in repair one year
free of cost.
621 Pennsylvania Ave, N. W.
forlhe costof material and laborof remaking
all exieting cross and tioiibc connections.
That the imbllc well at Eighth and E
Streets southwest be closed.
Scaled proposals for laying asphalt
pavements wore opened at the District
building yesterday with the following con
tractors nb bidders: Thomas II. Thomas,
Cranford Paving Company and "Washington
Block and Tile Company.
A delegation, representing the Woodburn
Citizen's Association, called upon the Com
missioners yesterday and urged that ad
ditional improvements be made in that
section. The dclegationcnnsistedof Messrs.
J. Kelly, S. O'Hare, and Angus Lamond.
President Phillips, of the Metropolitan
Railway Company, had a conference yes
terday with the Commissioners, in which
the details of the improvements on the Ninth
Street branch were discussed.
President Baker and Attorney Nathaniel
"Wilson, representing the Columbia Street
Railway, also had a conference with the
Commissioners yesterday touching the ques
tion of fenders. They slated that if re
quired to attach a wheel guard, in addition
to tho fender already in use, one should be
adopted, but they asked consideration of
a proposition for first testing the present
Building permits issued yesterday: N. J.
Hallen, peven dwellings on lots 54 to GO,
square 14-, S37.500. Thomas J. King,
ten dwellings, N03. 600 to G16 Tenth street,
and 948 F btrcet southwest, $1S,000.
"William Yost & Brother, three brick
dwellings, Nos. ail to 315 Sixth Mreet
southwest, $9,000. "William Sldeuberg,
frame dwelling, Spring road, between
Conduit road and Holmead avenue north
west. $2,500. A. H. Lowery, brick addi
tion to store building, 29.6x106, No. 016
E street northwest, $6,000. James Boyce,
two dwellings, Nos. 925 to 927 Twenty
seventh street northwest, $900.
1'ollcn Court Grist.
Tho cases of Seymour Butler, a Pinker
ton detective, charged with assault on
Patsy Branagau, a fourteen-year-old jock
oy, and on Charles Hill, a saloon keeper,
were dismissed by Judge lliller yesterday.
Judge Miller also disposed of the following
cases: George Dean, assault on James
Henry, dismissed; Chailcs Adams, assault
on Harriet Admns, S10 or thirty days;
"William Gant.thrcatsagalnst Minnie Smith,
ninety days; Kate Lane, assault on Wil
liam T. Salter, $5 or fifteen days; Lee R.
Witt, assault on Abraham Miller, $10 or
yhirty days; Enoch Baker, concealed weap
ons, J.ou cays; x.uuie uiiDert, cuarged with
housebreaking, continued until 23d.
Donate on Free Coinage
At the meeting of the Literary Society
of tho Y. M. O. A In the parlors at 14.09
New York avenuo this evening there will
be a debato on the question "Resolved,
That there should bo free coinage of sil
ver and gold at the ratio of 16 to 1."
Affirmative, Mr. O. M. Mather; negative,
Mr. W. L Campbell. TAt M. A. Watson
will deliver an oration.
Planked shad dinners every week day at
Marshall Hall. Steamer Macalester leaves
at 10 a. ru.
Small Boy Pulled tho Key.
Another false alarm was turned in from
the keyless box, No. 125, at Seventh and E
streetB, about 1 o'clock yesterday after
noon, Bix firo companies responding. It
was tho work of an excitement seeker in
the shape of a small boy, who made himself
very scarce when the crowd came aiouud.
Several people saw the boy "When, he turned
the handle, however, and gave a description
of him to the polic.
o n 9
WONDERFUL DOINGS HERE!
Such Clothing has never boon offered at
such prices Tho goods tho CROWDS tho
prlcos ar all hero $08,000 worth of dealra
blo clothing sacrlflcod ivlthout reforonco
to coat or Talue.
All $10.00 Suits $5.00
All $12.00 Suits $6.00
All $15.00 Suits $7.50
All $18.00 Suits $9.00
All $20.00 Suits $10.00
All $25.00 Suits SI 2.50
BLUE AND BLACK
Every suit guaranteed
Return it if unsatisfactory.
O MP ANY,
941 Penn. Ave. N. W.,
Near Tenth Street.
It Costs Only oc
Per as good .a cigar ns n man
caros to sinolio. Lots of 10c
brands aro not as good as
Smokprsa'l ovortho city, say
it's one of tho best Sccinrs oter
offered. Ask your dealorforit
JAS. L, BARBOUR & SON,
614-616 PENNA. AVE.
at 41 1 7th
I suits are
M made t o
fe SHIP, for
-.-i T. 1 w - ,
and $2 k.
There are many such shops
in Washington; so man3yin
fact, that there would seem to
be no novelty in suits to
order at these prices.
But there Is novelty In this case, tho novelty
of ACTUAL FULFILLMENT.
Comonnd see. We have a hig line of goods;
big enough and fine enough for tho very best
Trousers cut to fit, and perroct In material
and mate, S3, $3.0, 1, $5, and $a.
GUARANTEE TAILORING CO,
41! 7th N. W.
It's Just ivta you need at this
season of tho year a cood tonic
to build up and strongthea tho svs-
torn and brine back 5 our appetite.
ARABIAN BITTERS is an old and
roliablo tonic compounded of the
purest drugs contains no quiniue,
but cures colds and La Grippe lust
1 as oflectlvoly.
for you. Snmples hero free.
Arabian Mfo. fin. inflQ H St. FJW
j HIUM.UH IU.Q. WW. .UU .. WW ..,,,
"The universal verdict"
All civilized nations use it and pronounce It
Highest Grade of Flour Made.
NOW IS THE TIME
To prepare for electric fans. Sum
mer will soon be hero. Electricity
rurnlshes the coolest, cleanest,
and cheapest light, ana a sure,
safe and stable power.
See practical application of
on large scale at MEW CORCORAN ART
GALLERY. If you want Incandescent or
Arc lighting orPowor telephone us.
United States Electric Lighting Go,,
213 FOURTEENTH STREET NW.
Tel, No. 77. mr21-3m
. I?otel Page,
WASHINGTON, D. C
Fifteenth street, above Now York Avenue,
American and European Plan.
THEODORE L. PAGE.
SENATE CAFE AND PAGE'S CAFE.
Scott Cannot Survive.
Edward Scott, "who "was shot at Bcn
nlngs the other night, presumably by An
derson FranWin, with whom he had been
quarreling, is still alive, but has 110 chance
J Jk . X
"AN OLD" AND RELIABLE TONIC
Better I i J j 1 1 1 Others.
and youMI " bag this
game." Our anniversary
sale is stirring" 'em all up.
They'll soon rise beyond
In Thlbts, Cheviots, Cassluieres and Woretoda.
$10 Suits AnniTorsary price SS.OO
2 " ' 6.00
$15 " 7.50
$17 " 8.50
$20 " io.oct
In Chovlota, Casslmeres, English Worsteds, In
all tho latest Spring colors nnd patterns
$2.00 Trousers Anniversary price.. 91. OO
$aoo .-.. ' .. .. 1 so
$3 50 " .. 1.75
$5.00 " ..2. 50
rr.oo ..3 50
In Juniors, Fanntleroys, nnd all tho prevail
ing styles for little and big boys, ages 3 toS
and 8tolC years, at $1, sl.50, $2. 3i0, $3, $3.50,
$4. aud $5 actually worth twice the pric3
In order to introduce our Hat Department,
which we hav inaugurated this season, ne
offer the latest blocks in Dorbys and i edoras,
in all deairablo aha-les at $1.23, 51.50, $1 75,
nnd i Same qualities Bold elsewhere for
double tho abovo prices.
803 Market Space, Tili,S.?,0i?rrsr
HEAR THE TOOT
Ot tho Tally no coach horn?
SEE THE HARNESS
On the horses? Nobby Showy Striding
Made right here.
Harness, Sadies, Trunks, "Whips, etc, at
lowest prices. "
F, GERMUILLER, 641 La. Ave.
DEAFNESS CURED. Hri4ist'i Istm-
rVSTlu. ilijoU Kir TeleplMCc. ToUe
ertit iprctaete & to
the je. -MI Ihs 1.(1 13
tagti of tbe truaijet wll
out lbs timoTznc.,
D. N. WALFORD, 477 Pa. Ave.
.TOSEPn T BUSnitAK, 31. KCtS
Office, 1210 Ohio Avenue. Horses ex
amined for purchasers. 'Phone 603.
yy yy i cij siyisii
"Smith and Jones rented adjoining houses Smith decWod to put his monthly ? where
he would in time reap some benefit Joaes was undecided and the landlord the flrat u
each month came and 'went and Jones' $S a month vroot at?o In a few years Sm.th.
owned his home in a similar length of time Jones had to xa ove because his rent was In
creased on account of the advance in the value of the property he had rested and he haa
been moving ever since.
Don't Be Like
JOHNSON & AG NEW,
9th and F
New York Avenue, Bet. 13th and 14th Sts.
Agency for the Celebrated Colombia Automatic Filter.
Of all the worry and bother and
rest the burden on the shoulders
uitabie Credit System,
They're broad and willing". Don't hesi
tate to come in and pick out FURNITURE
-CARPETS MATTINGS DRAPERIES
A BABY CARRIAGE A REFRIGERATOR
anything we carry, and we carry everything-that
furnishes a home comfortably
and luxuriously. We can arrange the
payments weekly or monthly just as
you want them in amounts to suit you.
Know of anything-fairer than this?
HOUSE k HERRMHNN,
917, 919, 921 and 923 Seventh Street.
636 Mass. Avenue.
Don't Crowd Us,
Yesterday, in spite of
a largely augmented
corps of salesmen, we
crowded. We earnest
ly ask all intending
buyers to call as early
in the day TO-DAY as
possible, thus avoiding
the afternoon crush
and making it possible
for us to give you bet
.Men's All-wool Salts, $-1.87-
Men's English Clay Worsted Suits. $3-75
Men's Pants, tacat styles, 87c
Men's All wool Pants, 1.00-
Jlen's All-wool Panti, well made, SI. 50.
Men's All-wool Pants, new designs and
Children's Suits. 3 styles, ages 3 to 8,
Children's Bine Sailor Suits. 75c
Children's Gray .Mixed Suits, 51-25.
Children's Thibet Suits, bine and blaci,
Children's Kneo Pants. 10c-
NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE
SAMUEL FEIEDfANDER. 311 7th S t X W
! "Gas Stoves I
are not very large, but they aro V
as large as others' 60tr sort Wo A
have largr ones for 75 c and I J
and more. L
2-bnraer Gas Ranges $12 up W
3-burner Gas Kanges $13 up k
4-bornr Gas Ranges..... .$22 up
Bread Toasters 30c A
Curling Iron Heaters Sc W
Gas Appliance Exchan&e. f
14-2S New York Ave. 9
only $3 75 son. Pars and clean.
ARTHIK B. SMITH, main
office. Mass. are. and S at. aa,
and 9th and TL sts. nw.
and Trust Building-,
Sts. N. W.
OUR S2.35 ROCKER is a
few grades higher In make
and appearance than any
thing the price ever bought
before. Made In oak and
mahogany finish, well fin
ishedwith embossed sole
leather seat. See It to ap
preciate It. You'll find It
will make a handsome addi
tion to the furnishings of
GTCREDIT or CASH.elther
up here. Lowest cash prices
in either case.