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THE WASHXSTGTCXISr TIMES, lOSDi.T, MAY 13, 1895.
Hi S You can always depend upon getting more for your money HERE than.any where else in town, just now there are some excep tionally good values in each and every de partment of this complete modern outfit ting establishment for men and boys. Special Values in Men's Suits at $ 1 0, $ 1 2, $ 1 5. Children's Suits, $2.50, $3.75, $5. Children's Shirt Waists, 20c. 7 " Men's Shoes, $2.40, $3. " ' h. " Percale Negligee Shirts, 50c. Boys' Balbriggan Shirts, 20c. i tf Men's Hats, all prices. - " Boys' Hats, all prices. " Ladies' Straw Hats, all prices. if v- Robinson, Chery & Co., 1 2th and F StS. IHJRNfem'lfGsTHOES. gggf "CREDIT IS OUR CREED," .".yvtiipar f 'ffTTTBTT i ' iriW - W Taxpayer or Not ! 1 You can have all the credit for FURNITURE UAKfJi 1 1 MA illi Ij JJ.K. Ari2JinC5 Si .7 BABY CARRIAGES REFRIGERA- g X UK.o you want, uur aavice is, aont pay cash "because under our Equitable Credit System You can buy as cheaply on credit. We don't try to lay down any rules. That is left to 3'ou pay what you can weekly or monthly. Here is as fine a stock as there is in town. You won't hear of any lower prices or of any such accommodation as we extend to you. HOUSE & HERRMHNN, 917, 919, 921 and 923 Seventh Street. 636 Mass. Avenue. gggjfe 111 GREAT TRUSTEE SALE. LAST WEEK. More Bargains and Better Bargains Than Ever. The tremendous success of our sale last vech has encouraged us to offer still greater bargains and more of them this week. We advertise only what we have, exactly as it is, nnd do exactly as we advertise. Hen's good working Pants....- 50c 98c Hen's Black Cheviot Pants... H6n'B All-wool Pants nun- Q I OC dreds of patterns toselect from vP - J Strictly all-wool Men's Pants- ip ' T'U A lew of tho $10 and $12 lightg; Q C colored Milts loft at Ht-jr..J Men's Black, Blue and Gray QA "7tZ Cheviot Suits, strictly all wool.. 33' - Men's Ca&simere Suits, Scotch Tweed Suile.Melton Suits, made and trimmed in very bet man-& 3 QQ Men's Black Clay Becent Cut ffi"7 7C Men's very fine Suits, satin and silk-lined, single and double-breasted. Sack Coats and Clf"l Cutaways. piJ $1.25 Young Men's Suits, long pants, sizes to 19 yoars, double- t Q O K breasted BJuo Cheviots DQ.0 Children's Pure Wool Suits. 1,000 Children's Double- Qnp breasted Scotch Tweed Suits... OvJL. Children's Combination Suits, (tO Af all woo1., several styles. Cp. 'tVJ Just received, a now lnvoico or Combination Suits, extra pants and caps to match tho Qj I "7 rr greatestof nil bargains u I O Kneo Pants, 10c pair, 3 pair QRf One lot Children's Odd Coats. 4r&C 2,000 pairs Children's Blue QKr. Flannel Kneo Pauts OOo rMail orders promptly attended to. Men's Furnishing and Hat Department. Japanese Straw Bats, actual weight. 1 oz., worth $1; only 50c. Manilla Bats, regular 2.00 goods, $1 25. Bats equal to any sold elsewhere nt 50c only 25a Sweators in Black, Blue and Cream, worth 75c. and $1.00, for 25a and 50c. each. Pull line Laundered Kegligo Shirts, 43a each. "White Vests, single and double-breasted, plain and fancy, worth SI 50 and $2.00 only 98a Complete line of Summer Balbriggan Underwear, worth $1.00, for 50a Suit Monarchs of Medium Price Clothing, Cor. 9th and E Streets N. W. 9 mm cjkmp&s, 3.9 sp. ? 1 .jm.VTVP&5-7 ft v"1 :-r0-.-,'v"i Now's tlie time of year when fresh air is neces sary to the baby's health. Get a baby carriage get it here. You'll not find such a showing anywhere as ours. All the good makes here in endless variety. Prices from $3.90 up. ttS CREDIT IS YOURS J3 IF YOU WANT IT. $ New York Avenue Bet. Ism and 14th Sts. S -Agency Tor the Celebrated Columbia Automatic niter. A Ijotel a WASHINGTON, D CL (Formerly Wolcfcer's) Fifteenth street, abova New York Avenue, American and European Plan. THEODORE L. PAGE ALSO. SENATE CAPE AND PAGE'S CAFE. JelS-tf It's the Style Of our printing that pleases. We make It a point to execute every order in a neat, accurate, and arlistlc manner. Lot us convinco yoa by doing your noxt wort McGILL & WALLACE, Printers, , HOT E fctreet. 'Phone, 1532. DYLING Tho WASHINGTON STEAM CLEANING AND DYEING OHKS,G03 Eleventh St N. W. andS09 E st. N W. bults scoured and pressed, $1. Altering" and repalrinc a specialty. CAKL JAEGEK. IF NEW MID ID OF On this Contingency Depends In crease of Bakers' Wages. WHAT THE .BOSSES CLAIM 4 Tboy Say That It Tnoy Were to Advance Their Joiiriieymon'H Pny 'Without a llaiHo in tho Price of. tho "Staff of Life," They Would "Worlc nt a Great T.oh. The quebtion as to Tvhothor or not the Journeymen bakers -vlll get an nrtvanro in Tvages and a uniform day of ten hours hinges upon the contingency that the price of bread vrill go up. When the committee of nine, reprebent ing International pnion, No. 118, and As sembly No. 23S0 , of tho Kniguts of Labor, presented to the Bakers' Exchange tho proposition .indorsed laBt Tuesday eening by the Fedeiatlon of labor, they -were met with the assurance that, tho exchange Tvould consider the matter, and -would also canvass the question of Increasing the price of their product. Tho journeymen were given to understand, though, that as flour had advanced in price, tho addition In wages would not bo possible) unless tho bread can be Eold at a higher figure JOINT MEETING NEXT SATURDAY. The matter was thus loft in abeyance, the journejmon deferring furlher consider ation until a joint meeting can bo held, which will probably take place at 4 o'clock p. m. next Saturday. There has been an agitation or a return to the prices during several months past. Tn February there was considerable dis cussion of the matter, but when it was sub mitted to 80veral of the leading firms it was dismissed with tho remark- that a great many would bo very glad to have the ad vance ordered, but the time S'ad iiot come. It was then foreshadowed that later in the spring there would bo an inflation of the price of a loaf, and from preseut Indi cations it would appear that tho autplcfous time has arrived. 5 The statement was made last night that a leading iinu in tho city bakes from 12,01)0 to 15,000 loaves of bread daily, besides rolls, cakes and other products. For tho bread alouo, an average of .ibont."orly-eight barrels or flour are cons'iinoil. It was argued that the reduction "rim four cents to three cents per loaf meant to t hat Tirm a loss of one-fourth of its revenue, or $120 per dny, and that au advance In wages 'would mean a further reduction. It was also alleged that thoonsumptipuoC bread has not visibly lncrised eiuce tho reduction, but on tho contrary there is, if any dilfereuce, a 'Ughtral.iug off. That firm, and others so situated, jould not af ford to a dvauce wages nor reduce toe number of hours. THERE'S MILLIONS JN IT. The other side of the question was given, however, very tersely and with emphasis, by a wholesale and retail dealer in flour, lie said: "The Idea of the boss bakers alleging tlie advance in flour as a reason for wanting the price of bread restored to tlie old fig ures! Why, I know a man who has made over a quarter of a million of dollars sell lug bread. He sold his loaves at 4 cents, wholesale, when flour was S6 .50 per barrel, and higher. "Flour is now Felling in 100 barrel lots at $3.87, but little more than one-half as much, and yet he and others kicked at tlie decrease of one-fifth in tlie price of bread when flour was even lower than it is now. "Counting 250 loaves to tbo barrel, 'blended flour,' the baker has 100 per cent, profit; but they get really more than that out of it. Blended flour is two 'falls' and two 'springs' mixed, the first costing less than the other." What the outcome will be remains to be seen, and the subsequent deelopments will be awaited with interest. "Wrcckod in Body nnd Mliul. Lieut. Heffner, of the Ninth police pre cinct, was requested yesterday by tho relatives of Walter Dutrow, a young nian of No. 156 F street northeast, to iock him up at the station-house, as he had ut-enmt violently insane. The request was cum plied with and the unfortunate man will be examined as to his menial condition to-day. Dutrow was a popular youn man in this city about three years .igo rnd an employe of Adams Express Company. Being in bad health he wont Westab.utthaV time. Recently he returned to Washington wrecked both in body and mind. His caso is regarded as a particularly Fad one. Xilvlntr on tho Utah Plan. In pursuing their cruside against the many violatots of the Edmunds Utah act in West Washington the Third precinct police are searching all the byways in that locality for unmarried men and women who are living together as husband and wire. Policemen Parham and O'Brien will bring as pnsonerb before Judge Miller to day George Eivins, aged tblrty-cisht years, and a female who hangur.'d iTdei the name of Maggie BivinB, ag:d twenty1 nine years, who have cohabited for sev eral years "without regard to the sacred compact of marriage. Uov TrainsonltoyalBlueLine. The Itoyal Blue Lino tram service to Philadeipiiia"and New Yonc mis neen greatly improved by the addition of new trains, notably the traniB leaving Washington at 7 a. ni., arming Philadelphia 10.15 a. m., New York 1245 p. m, and leaving Washington at 12:30 p. m., arriving Phila delphia 340 p. m., New York 5:5D p. m. Southbound a new train will leave New York 8 a. m., Philadelphia 10:33 a. ra., arrive Washington 1:40 p. rn., and another will leave Philadelphia 3-30 p. m., arrive :Washmgton 6: 30 p. m. The time of most of the old trains has been materially re duced. , w now we have sold Summer Suits sinco this hot weather began but why shouldn t wo we aro offering a whole store full of seasonable cloth ing at 0 Ac Oil toe Dollar All-wool Blue and Black Cheviot Bults 9S. "English Worstod Suits, sold ovorywhoio for $15. Our price. $7.50. $GB,000 worth of Men's Cloth ingat exactly one-half market value. COLUMBIA CLOTHING COMPANY, 941PaHvB.HW. WkSSK &lM K38 MM H7JB MM ss mm aDDCDCI u i oxri Coupled with fair dealing, has been the most important factor in the suc cess of any business. Concerns with opinions to the contrary are begin ning to realize the material fact that they are losing ground, and are being gradually crowded out to give place to the more progressive, up-to-date concerns, which believe that larger sales and smaller profits are more in keeping with the times. Our success thus far we attribute to the fact that we have founded our business on the basis of small profits. We not only save you money if you open an account with us, but we sell you reliable goods, and give you the benefit of our new method of easy payments. A newer, brighter, and better selected stock -cannot be found. We have arranged an extraordinary sale of great values for this WEEK be ginning TO-DAY. CASH OR CREDIT. ' Matting Department. OUR GREATEST EFFORT OF THE SEASON IN MATTINGS. 12e Matting 0c 15o Matting 0c 20c Matting 12&c 25c Matting 18c 85o Matting 25c 50c Matting 35c We glvo a signed guaranty with every Suit that it will give absolute satisfaction in every particular. - i Wo keep every garraont sold by us in thorough ropalr for lono year free of cost. Onr.roady-lo-wenr clothing is mndo up in tho sweliest mer chant tailor nattarns tho onlv difference is in tho price. Suits from $10 to $30. Byrenferth's 621 Penn Ave N. W.f Undor Metropolitan Hotel. I .JL IjlQL . 1 Vary i HI J r aS ut hh s -f a -& -' 1 Sl-ITIII '"I ma&zsz MiWi I1 'PI hil'MlNI I1- f?SS s Furniture Department. 1 Large SIzo Oak Bod room 8ule $16.00 2 Nicel7 Carved Oak Sideboards 9.50 4 Cherry Frame bilk Tapestry Parlor Suites 22.00 6 liandsomo Oak Bed room Suites, 30x24 Plate Glass 22.00 7 liandsomo Oak Side boards, finely carved.. , 18.00 6 Fino Silk Brocatello Overstuffed Parlor Suites; a bargain 42.50 10 Massive Oak Bedroom Suites 37 50 5 Good Wovon Wire Cots 1.55 3 Ladlos' Reed Rockers, (special for Monday and Tuesday only).... 55c Carriage Department. Are yen in need of a Baby Carriage? If you aro wo can save you monoy. Ours is the Car riage lino of tho city. Rattan Baby Carriage 3.50 Good Rattan Baby Carriages 7.50 Handsomely Upholstered Baby Car riages, patent brake 12. 50 This Fine Rattan Carriage $ 1 0.50. Refrigerator Department. There are hundreds of makes of Refrigerators, but we believe that ours is the best If you will call and examine thorn we think we can demonstrate to you that such is the case. We have them aUsizea. Solid Oak Tee Box, S3.50. Large Size Ice Box, S6.75. Large Size Refrigerator, S13.50. FS, mn SB Ho iHpSTF JJiUjv t is oo..Be:$l0.50 Housefurnishing Goods Department. This will be our banner week in this Department. 10-piece ChamborSet, nicely decorated S2.75 10-ploe Chamber Set, very handsome decorations 3.75 44-plece Decorated Tea Set 2.98 a I Six-quart Enameled Iron T?Q- Saucenan. only "OO Saucepan, only im a poncci umce uat oi goou mniouai, fel j in eneexs anu atnpes wovou goods Kg fe for exactly twenty-five centsl Better Fg 55 get on? quick or be too latoi We lell $5 ciotning anu iurnisnings ail Kinds Tor s&i all kinds of men. Pnnts good goods ll $L-M. Il.ftj, and up. bults, $6 75 upward. Wo can suit you in everything and save you monoy. Garner & Co,,l K. E. COR. 7TH AKB H STS. N. W. ILLSBURY'S BES' 1 18 T7T BliTYjTfcan M I J 1 5 g All Better JilJ J Bothers. "Tho universal verdict." .Known throughout the civilized woridas Highest Grade of Flour Made. am Pffi This Handsome Brass C" K "7 C Table, Onyx top, for... D D 3-quart Ename'ed Iron Saucepot, HD wlthlldoifly.... ZuC V if t . .V-dam.iiiTTtjTrr J 2-Burner Gas Stove, onlv .... SI. 98 S-Burner Gas Stove, only. S3. 75 cR Ml" Jib t Z3 ia 1 This Handsome ?) ftp Brass La np . .yi-tZO rzj Larcfl Pfrf. T- Bfr a iron Tea KetUe, a -7r heauty for I UC Ournew CREDIT system of easy payments enables you to furnish your home throughout or any part. No self-denial necessary in order to enjoy the comforts of life if you see us before buying. I -a. Mayer tA A A 9 Reliable Housefurnishers, 415 7th St. N. W. WASHINGTON Medical and Surgical Institute, 602 F Street N. W., Washington, D. C. Treats all chronic, nervous, nnd blood dis eases, alcuholism and opium habit SPECIAL TY Kidney uud Bladder Trouble, Plies, Fistu la, Stricture, &c PRIVATE Diseases positively and permanently cured. Lost Manhood re stored. Consultation free. Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m.', 3 to S p. m. GREAT FORGED .OL-Lrf E This phenomenal sale is saving a "mint of money" for the people of Washington. We are crowded every day. When advertisements are backed up with truth there can BE but one result crowded houses and we ARE crowded. MEN'S SUITS InThlbets, Cheviots, Casslmores and Worsteds. J10 Suits Forcod Sale Price S5.00 $12 " " " 6.00 $15 ' " " " 7.50 $17 M S.50 $20 " 10.00 MEN'S TROUSERS. In Choviots, Cassimero, English Worsteds, In all tho latest Spring colors and patterns $2 00 Trousers Forced Sale Price.. 91. OO $3 00 $3 60 $4.00 $5 00 $7.00 1.50 .. 1.75 ..2.00 ..2.50 ..3.60 Children's Suits. In Juniors, Faunjleroys, and all the prevailing styles for little and big boys, ages 3 to 8 and 8 to 16 years, at $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4 and ?5 actually worth twice tho prices asied. Hat -Department. In order to Introduce our Ilat Department, which we have Inaugurated this season, wo offer tho latest blocks in Derbys and Fedoras, in all desirable shades, at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, and 2. Samo qualities sold elaewhore for double tho above prices STORE OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THE FAMOUS, 803 Market Space, TWo doors from Eighth st. U 1 RK&BOBECTJISU U-lixj tm- ttfcJZ. 55? ?S JIULJOhl Mmm Our $16.00 Suit to Order, Or our $18.00 Overcoat Silk or Satin Lined Through out. We Hae Others Also, From Mistakes Cost money any money to throw away. You cannot make a mistake in your tailor if yougo to Bradstreet. Your interest will bestudied your figure fitted, and the price wilisurpriseyou. No "cheap" tailoring can't make a suit forS5 don't make 'em that way. 20.00 To 40.00 Newest Styles, Latost Designs. f y JyM 1 rmal&r 615 and 617 Penn. Ave, Bradstreet Tailor, 408 TwelFth Street N. W. Opp. "The Raleigh." f COOL BREEZES. Jdak.0 tho hot weather bear- A able by inaling your house or y W ofHco as cool as pcsjiblo. Eiec -T trie light is much cooler than y f gaa light nnd much better. An Q electric fan is lndtspeuablo to T comfort. 'Phono us or drop us A a card if you want lncandes- T cent or arc lighting or power A for an electric fan. T f U.S. Electric Lifting Co. ? A 213UTUSP.N. W. 'PHONE 77. 9 &&&&- &-$ && t As butterine is to fresh conn try butter so is the manufac tured product topuro wholesomo tee. Wo sell KENNEBEC lCi, frozen by nature and our whlto wagons never disappoint. Great Fails Ice Go., S24Ponn. Ave, Thona87J. 44S tseeo8 j9 Gas Ranges Comfort is uppermost in yonr A mind Just now Dolnj: the cook- 9 ing with tho least heat possible A doing aTay with the coal Are w and substitutins & Gas Range A oueht to be your first "move." Y Pick it from the largest stock in A this city "We will keep It in re- Y pair one year free. A 2-burnerGasEanges. SWup. Aw 3-bnr- er Gas Basse, 519 up. 4-burner Ga3 Kacge, 323 np. f Gas Appliance Exchange A 14-2S New York Ave. &-0&r-0-' Laundry Established July, 1879 A new thing, practical, and at tho samo Um$ costs nothing, is worth tryinKis it not? Wft have It. V12.J Soft, pliable, ASTI-SWA2t BVJX TONHOLEs oa all cohars. Tolman Steam Laundry, 491 to 409 CSl.ZC.W. Q -00 ! &&&& I PABST BREWING CO.'S m Milwaukee Beer I IS THE BEST MADE. f SPECIALLY GOOD FOR FAMILY USE. 703-705 orth Capitol Street k X 'PHO.SE. 27i aull-ly HYGIENIC-HEALTHFUL. THE HAKDEST THE BEST. MADEOPPLRESPItLNU WATER. TeIephone44. OacaI4J3 Fst.n.Tr ILLSBURY'S BES x Better I jl3 3 J T Others. Is tho universal verdict. The consumers are our best advertiser. Pillsbury's Best is the Best .. ta 0s"tA-aiaMJi.atatiMg3lb. S1jfet'AatifeiUiroii1jfciifea,