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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1895.
Fifty Thousand Suits For men -would "be a big stock. We haven't that many, but WE HAVE the BIGGEST and BEST variety in town in all reliable grades enough to give every many a satisfac tory choice no matter -what price he pays, nd satisfactory qualities, too. Those at $ 1 0, $12a and $15 are without an equal at these prices. They are from to $2.50 to $5.00 less than the same grade is sold for all over town. See them to-day and you'll wear one of them to-morrow. You'll want anew HAT, some spring NECKWEAR, underwear, hosiery, fancy shirts, etc.,- all, of which are HERE in a better variety and better values for the price than elsewhere. SHOES, too, newest shapes, all grades. ' Special values at $2.40 and $3.00. I O w lO-S-U A C D-l-r CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS, Izih and r ots. hats, shoes. "CREDIT IS I OUR CREED,' Sifi'61 Taxpayer or :;; You can have all the credit for FURNITURE CARPETS MATTINGS DRAPERIES BABY CARRIAGES REFRIGERA TORS you want. Our advice is, don't pay cash because under our Equitable Credit System vt 1 V'j IS US ksjSkp. You can buy as cheaply on credit. We don't try to lay down any rules. That is left to you pay what you can weekly or monthly. Here is as fine a stock as there is in town. You won't hear of any lower prices or of any such accommodation as .we .extend to you. HOUSE k HERRMHNN. 917, 919, 921 and 923 Seventh Street. 636 Mass. Avenue. re'.a ym g$tr$ r-.V 'ti:: m I1. . U .Li'jil, ., ' .,.L, r-JlilM ..-'-I Causes Fine and Reprimand of Assistant Fire Chief Kuhns. FINDINGS OP THE TRIAL BOARD Sealed Blrtb Opened lor Enirlne Hoiihc. Construction of Sowoi'h Ordered. Ex-Policeman llatton Appointed an Additional Private Death Itec ord Stenni Plant at Hoform School. GREAT TRUSTEE SALE. LAST WEEK'. More Bargains and Better Bargains Than Ever. The tremendous success of our sale last week has encouraged us to offer still greater bargains and more of them this week. We advertise only what we have, exactly as it isi nnd do exactly as wc advertise. 50c Hen's good rorklng Pants... lion's Black Cheviot Pants yiJC lion's All-wool Pants bun- ffil OK dreds of patterns toselect from u -- Strictly all-wool ilea's Pants., tp "- A low of tbo $10 and J12 ligLttfc I Q C colored tuits left at vS.O Men's Black, Blue and Gray (S 7Vk Cheviot fruits, strictly all wool.. vt I - lien's Cassimere Suits, Scotch Tweed Suits. Melton uits,mado and trimmed In very ho.t man-egg OQ ner.... ..........................v Men's Black Clay Hcgeni Cut (gV 7C Hen's very fine Suits, satin nnd Silk-lined, single and double-breasted, Sack Coats and dJIO Cutavrays. P Young lien's Suits, long pants, sizes to 39 years, doublo-(CQ OK breasted Bluo Cheviots vpO.iO Children's Pure Wool Suits p I.-fcO 1.CO0 Children's Double- Qri- breasted Scotch Tweed Suits... OUU Children'sComblnationSults.a; O AC alLvrool, soveral styles. Jp.t.'-frU Just received, a new invoico of Combination Suits, extra pants and caps to match tho Jj I 7c grcatcstof all bargains vDU O Kneo Pants, 10c pair, 3 pair nc Ono lot Children's Odd Coats. rOC 2,000 pairs Children's Blue QC Flannel Knee Pants OJu tyilail orders promptly attended to. Hen's Furnishing and Hat Department. Japanese Straw Hats, actual weight. 1 oz., worth $1; only 50c. Manilla Hals, regular U UO goods, SI.23. lints equal to any bold elsewhere at 50c. only 23a . . Sweaters in Black, Blue cud Cream, worth 7jc and 81.00, for 23c. and tOc. oacb. Pull line Laundered JCeglige frhirts, 43c. each White Vests, staple and double-breasted, plain and fancy, worth 8L50 and $2.00 only 08a Complete line of Summer Balbrlggan Underwear, worth $1.00, for 50c Suit H. FRIEDLANDER & BR0., Monarchs of Medium Price Clothing, Cor. 9th and E Streets N. W. t t t t J t t I f t f I I f t " f f 1 ili ifllaa... " f-ir:Ti Tl umO-ismi .... ' llil'! Ji' '' SOMETHING NEW IN REFRIGERATORS. And you can count on our hav ing It. Refrigerators fitted with a patent removeable and cleanable galvanized Iron lining to the lower compartment, which makes It an easy matter to keep them abso lutely clean. That's only one point where our refrigerators are Improvements over the other kinds, but that's a polntyou care ful housekeepers will consider a good one. Sideboard refrigera tors with porcelain-lined water coolers S11.50 up. Others from S5.50 up. E-If CREDIT Is more conven ient for you than cash credit Is yours but you pay lowest cash prices Just the same. Lansburh5s Rink -l-Sl4? New York Avenue Bet. 13th and 14th Sts. Agency for the Celebrated Columbia Automatic niter. fr-gOt-gC" 0 6 WASHINGTON Medical and Surgical Institute, 602 F Streets. T.f Washington. D. C. Trefcts all chronic, nervous, and blood dis-' ae, alcoholism and opium habit SPECIAL IT Kidney and Bladder Trouble. PJlsc, Hstu Ja, fitricture, Ac PltlVATE Pla-r3 positively tad permanently tured. a.oji j.uuLixkI re ctcred. Consultation f . Office hours, B to 12 a. j. , X-tu-c. j ia. otel Page, WASHINGTON, D a (Formerly "Welckor's) rilteenth street, abovo Now York Avenue, -American and European Plan. THEODORE L. PAGE. -ALSO, TSAT CAFE A2S PAGE'S CAJPa ailJ-tt AEsistant Foreman C. II. Kulrtis, of the District fire department, -was ou the 10th day of May charged wltli violating nile 17 of tho regulations. Kuhus is a member of No. 4 Engine Company, and the specifi cations alleged that lie called Private J. C. Henderson a liar, cursed him, and used other objectionable language and was about to enter into a fight when Poremau Sorrell interposed and put a 6top to tbo proceedings. Tho trial of the cabo took place on the 11th, and tho evidence adduced showed that a game -of quoits was in progress, of which Henderson was keeping the score. Kuhns accused Hendorson of cheating, which was denied, when Kuhns retorted that he was cither cheating or had lied. The quarrel thnt enuied resulted in hot words on both sides, and Hendersou ap plied to Kuhns a foul epithet and Kuhns r addressed Henderson in similar fashion. Kuhns made an explanation of the af fair, in which he admitted having called Hendcrhon a liar, but said while the game was going ou the players were "cutting up with one another." He asked Hender son what the score was and received the reply that the game was "even." Kuhus said he knew his side was ahead by sir points against three, and he then kept 6Core himself, when the quarrel took place COULDN'T SCAltE ANYBODY. He told Henderson that he needn't think he could scare an j body, just because ho "came from down south," when Hender son approached him with his "fists shut up." The trial board found Kuhns guilty, and recommended that he be rlned 10 and be reprimanded by the chief engineer. Also, that Henderson be notified "not to multiply any words with any one in the future, but in case of trouble to appeal to the foreman." The findings were yesterday approved by the Commissioners. The trial board consisted of Louis P. Lowe, first assistant foremau; J. T. Young, foreman of No. 8; and John Sluiman, foreman of tnick B. The Commissioners received tenied bids yefcterday for furnishing a site lor tho proposed new ci gjire-house to Le located uear New Jersey avenue and M and N streets northwest, all previous bids re ceived on two occasions having been re jected. Tho b.dders were: Henry Holm, J. H. Gray & Co., "W. H. L'arstow, Augubt Donnth, Franklin E. Barrett, Heebie, Davis &. Co., Theodore Frlebus, John A. Hamilton ard Jcmes E. Miller, Wilson & Hough, and Koppel Kunnitzobi. The lot f. submitted will be inspected later, when a decision will bo reached ns to tho most eligible site. The examination will bemndebyBuiIdlnglbpoctorBradyaudChlef Parrib, of the fire department. It was ordered jesterday that the n.clli. ou the east hide of BrJghnvood avenue, at Bnghtwood, be deepened, by boring to a depth sufficient to obtain a bupply or water. That a public hjdrant be erected on M. street, between Thirty-eighth and Ihirty uinth streets northwcbt. That eighty feet of ten-inch tcwer be constructed in the east side of North Capi tol street, botween Patterson street and N street northeast. That eighty feet of twelve-Inch bower be constructed m tho south side of H street, between New Jersey avenue and First street southeast, under permit sjftem. That the alley leading from Morris road, parallel to High street, and alleys in square bounded by Arthur and Maple avenues, Chestnut and High streets, be graded under the permit system. HEATHS OF A DAY. The death record for the twenty-four hours ending at 1 o'clock yesterday, shows a total of twelve, as follows: "White Rebecca ATT3. Gafrord, aged 01 McElligott, aged 28; George H. Tracy, aged 23; Lola McCullum, aged 26, Mane L. Selectman, aged 21; Mary Buckman,agedD dajs; Edward Penuell, jr., aged 1 day. Colored Augustus Coach, aged 70 years; George Milburn, aged 67; Harriet Harrod, aged 57: John Nolan, aged 15. J. T. llatton. was on yesterday appointed an additional private on tho police force for duty at the merry- go-round at tho corner of First and K streets northwest. Hatton was-one of tho men dismissed fromthe regu lar force for connection with tho Fat Men's Association at the time of the raid in July of last year. It has always been contended that he was but little Implicated in the affair for which his colleagues suffered with him, and ltTvas 1 at one tlino helieved he would be eventually restored to the force. Commissioner Trueedell is out of the city, to toe absent for teu days or more. The executive business is therefore wholly in the hands of President Roes and Maj. Powell. Permits for repairs were iesued yester day as follows: J. E. Connelly, Improve ments to brick store. No. 926 First street uortliwcst, $3,500; G. G. Jones, repairs to church, Hillsdale, $600. Messrs. Wolf & Cohen have been directed to place a policy of insurance, not exceed ing $15,000 In amount, upon tbo Mount Pleasant school building. m ty&bwtywty WE HAVE JUST LEASED FROM THE OWNER-MR. S. F. MERRILLTHE SPA CIOUS SECOND FLOOR OF THIS BUILDING-TO BE USED BY US AS AN ADDI TION TO OUR ALREADY LARGE CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT. The work of re modeling and connecting- the two floors will begin at the earliest possible moment. Dust and dirt will be everywhere and before a hammer can be lifted our entire stock of clothing must be sold. Right now THIS MORNING with four months of sweltering .weather in front of us we begin the sacrifice of a stock of summer clothing that hasn't an equal for style fit and finish anywhere in this broad land a stock that bears the name of Dyrenforth on every garment a name that you have learned to as sociate with fair dealing and unqualified satisfaction at every point. FOR SPOT CASH ONLY. SUITS. 48 Suits One-quarter off Now $6.00 $to Suits" One-quarter off Now 7 Fj) .- 9,00 11,25 13.50 15.00 18.75 22.50 rt. $12 Suits One-quarter off Now. $15 Suits1 One-qtrafter off Now. $i8?Suits One-quarter off Now., $20 fruits One-quarter off Now. $25 rSuits One-quarter off Now. $30 -Suits One-quarter off Now. TROUSERS. $3 Trousers One-quarter off Now $9 9n $4 Trousers One-quarter off Now Q Q R $6 Trousers One-quarter off Now 4 $7 Trousers One-quarter off Now - Jj 25 $8 Trousers One-quarter off Now g QQ $9 Trousers One-quarter off Now g TQ -.Every garment sold no matter what the price will be kept in repair one year free of cost; more than this it is -accompanied byour signed guaranty for absolute satisfaction.' This morning the stock is COMPLETE mxre-t:omplete"thaii it Tvill eVer be again. M. DYRENFORTH & CO., c 621 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N. W, Under Metropolitan Hotel. s 'wwwwrwwwwwwyfc 'lJU1ji A handsome array of patterns in all shapes. ,? The Trilby Bow an. exact reproduc tion of tne tie tied, lonH 1 End Four-in-hand. Blue Serge Skeleton Coats, Four Dollars. The best-made garment In the market. KIOSENf H AL 1 Asliutterlne ia to fresh coun try butter so to the manufac tured productto pure.Tvholeflomo ice. Wo soil TJENKEUEG lCE Irw6ri"bT nature aud our-whlte wagous never disappoint. Great Fails Ice "Go., 924Penn. AYe. "Phone 372. miSBURY' RES' 1 UTAH R' Bettor 1 J Jj yf y Othera. "The'unlTersal Terdlct." Known throughout the civilized world as Highest Grade of Flour Made. J GREAT FORCED SALE No Sale of modern times has ever created such a sensation. Tremendous values have brought tremen dous crowds, and as long as values and crowds hold, out this store will be the center of attraction for buyers from far and near. If you come and see you'll BUY. en's In Thibets, Cheviots, Cassimeres and Worsteds. $10 Suits Forced Sale Price. 112 " . $15 . . ...$5.00 I $17 Suits Forced Salei Price. .... 6.00 I $20 " 'n " " .... 7.50I ..$8.50 ...IO.OO In Cheviots, Cassimeres, English 'Worsteds,' 'In all the latest spring colors and patterns. $2.00 Trousers Forced Salo Price. $3 00 " . $3 60 " " " . i Giii!dren's Sulfa t M Department ?l.OO 84.00 Trousers Forced Sale Price..S2.00 1.5Ol$500 " " " ..2.50 1.75 I $7.00 - - " " ..3.50 In Juniors, Fauntlcroys, and all the prevailing styles tor little and Dig hoys, ages 8 to 8 and 8 to 1G years, atr $1, 41 50, 52, 52 5Q-, $3r S3.30, $1 and S5 actually worth twice tho pricrs asked. In order to introduce our Hat Department, which wo have inaugurated this'eason, wo ojler the latest -blocks in Dorbys and Fedoras, In ail desirable-shades, at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, and $i Same qualities sold elsewhere foe double the above prices The Advance In Leather Has caused dealers throughout the whole country to raise the price ot all shoes In many cases the increase has been a great hardship on the people, ns unscrupulous dealers have not failed, as usual, to work it to their own advantage. In this man ner the people have suffered. It is true the advance in leather is real and will continue, but We Shall Not Advance Our prices of Ladies' Gents' and Children's Shoes one cent! In pur suance ofourusual custom, ofsquare dealing, we shall continue doing business at the old prices until com peliedtodootherwise. Meanwhilewe advise our customers not to delay, and urge them now at once to lay in a stock of shoes for the future, for the situation is ominous, and it is a wise rule'to buy before a rise. "We give you this unequalled oppor tunity, and believe our refusing to raise pnees will cause our friends a saving of many hard- earned dol lars. HERE ARE SOME PRICES TO PROVE "WHAT WE SAY: 387 prs. Lad. Cloth-top Button, 2.50 value, only $1.69. 208 prs. Lad. Dong, and Button, 51.50 value, only S1.18. 110 prs. Bojs' Tan and Black Shoes, 98c. 101 prs. Misses' Spring-heel Shoes, 51.50 value, only 98c. Ladies Tan and Black Oxfords, 7-ic. Ladies' Tan and Black Oxfords, 98c. Ladies' Tan and Black Oxfords, extra value. 51.25. Men's Hand-sewed Tan Shoi-s, $4 value, only $2.98. Child's Tan Shoes, full assortment, 75c. Last chance to buy tho3o $4 Enam eled and Calf Shoes for $1.98. AT 706 7th St, N. Ws MORGAN VIOLETT & CO. Mistakes Cost money any money to throw away. -You cannot make a mistake in your tailor if youeo to Bradstreet. Your interest will be studied your figure fitted, and the price will surprise you. No "cheap" tailoring can't make a suit for $5 don't make 'em that way. Bradstreet 803 Market Spacer two d oor3 from Eighth St. Tailor, 408 Twelfth Street N. W. Opp. "The Raleigh." NO FEE UNTIL CURED. DR. CZARRA, 34 St. If. E., Washington, D. C. Treats all chronic, nervous and blood dla eases, alcohol 'sm and opium habit. SPE CIALTY Kidney uud Bladder Trouble. f. Piles. Fistula. Stricture. &c. PRIVATE Diseases positively aim permanently cura. Lost Mannnod restored. Consultation free. Office hours. 9 to 12 a, m.; 3 to 8 p.m. iS5S9l uiy iuza Vrs, &?Vc ns ISbSS psS BARGAINS THAT TELL. Our extreme -loiv prices make business notwithstanding the cry qf dull titfies We have' conclusive proof of this in the results of Mondays and Tuesday's busi ness Theame values go for entire week, CASH OR CREDIT. ras m Matting Department. OUR GREATEST EFFORT OF THE SEASON IN MATTINGS. 12c 3fattlng. 6c 15c Hatting $)c 20c Matting 12J4S 23c Matting 18c 25c Matting 125c 50c Matting 35c Furniture Department. Largo SIzo Oak Bed room Suite, 516-00 NIC0I7 Carved Oak Sidetoards ... 9.50 Cherry Frame Silk Tapestry Parlor Suites 22.00 Handsome Oat Bed room Suites, 30x21 Plato Glass 22.00 Handsome Oak E?tlc hoarda, flnely carved.. 18.00 Fino Silk Brocatollo Overstuffed Parlor Suites; a bargain 42.50 Massive Oak Bedroom Suites 37 50 Good Woven Wire Cots l. 55 Ladies' Reed Rockers, (special for Monday and Tuesday only) 55c Refrigerator Department. Theroaro hundreds of mates of Refrigerators, hut -we bellevo that ours is the best If you tt! J call and examine them we think tto can demonstrate to you that such is the case. We have them all sizes. Solid Oak Ice Box, S3.50. Large Size Ice Box, S6.75. Largo Sizo Refrigerator, S13.50. Tory Fino Refriger- T I fl C O ators only 4) J U.0U Carriage Department, Are yrn In need of a Baby Car riage? If you are we can save you money. Ours is the Car riage line of the city. Rattan Baby Carriage.. S3.50 Good Jtattan Baby Car riages 7.50 Handsomely Upholster ed Baby Carriages, patent brake- 12.50 Tt3.u.??.$ 10.50 mm f$M Housefurnishing Goods Department. This will ho our Banner Week In this Department 10-pleco Chamber Setjiicely decorated $2.75 10-pipco Chamber Sot, very handsome decorations 3 75 44-piece Decorated Tea Sot 29S SIz-quart Enameled Iron Saucepan, only 3Sc 3-quart Enamo ed Iron Saucopot, with lid, only 29c A Handsome Brass Lamp 2.25 A Handsome Brass Table, Onyx top, for 575 2-Burner Gas btovo, only J K9S 8-Uurner GasStovo. only. 375 Large SIzo Enameled Iron Tea Kettle, a beauty for. -70c SB Our now CBEriT system of easy payments, enables you to fur nish your homo throughout or any part. No sell-aenlal neces sary in order to enjoy the comforts of life if you see ns befora buying. ilYER k PETTIT, 415 Seventh St. If. W, u "VN Reliable WmcJ HousefurnJshersr rZyJOk ter-js linnnnriBnnr M 1?& Vfe- M Id Cf gr SJirsZJ-. lltVV SSisTZ' - Us Mks&m 8Sa I fsjrjifi ymmlmm M svjycv ik PABST BREWING CO.'S Milwaukee Beer IS THE BEST MADE. SPECIALLY GOOD FOR FAMILT USE. I "WASHINGTON BRANCH. W S03-705 North Capitol Street. A I 'PHONE, iffi autl-Iy T It's the Kind of Printing TVe do thnt gives pleasure to th eye of those Aho knoiv good worjc when they see It. Want anvthlne done? We'll do it promptly and charge moderately. McCILL & WALLACE, Artistic Printers, 1107 E Street. 'Phone, 1332.