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S KANN SONS CO
Our Entrance Through the Family Shoe
Store is ftSow Closed
Open Until 9 oClock Tonight-
FRESH CADDIES
We rn fill any sweet tooth with more satisfaction and bv far less
pay thin jour dentist can Uur anilla ana pencil iced Alarslunallows
are as delicious as fine confections can he All ingredients are - tf
strictly pure They are fresh and Dilatable We make a 19
ctvt or them and oy loins so we have the sole control lor
Washington Kqual to any 40c Candv sold Today per lb
jou can miy tor
Womens All over lace strlped Lisle
Thread Hose In pink blue hello and
black they are seamless and CC
have double heels and toes 1 M
every size at per pair -
AVomens All over Lace Lisle Thread
Hose a lot of new patterns
regular made ana Henrwdorf OAf
fast black dye -which we shall iU1
sell at per pair
Childrens Full Seamless Fast Black
Cotton Hose double heels and iftf
toes all sizes from 5 to 91 2 III
pr pair
Childrens and Misses Full Regular
Made Hose Hermsdorf black rC
made with white split feet in Im
all sizes these go at -
Womens Swiss and cambric hand
kerchiefsa lot of new choice pat
ternsembroidered and scalloped
edges some are fine late trim t C
med jou can have the choice J
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These departments are located toget
Building
Toilets and Druggists Sundries
S00 Whisk Brooms 10c and 12Hc
value for c
Nina Violet Toilet
Powder per box 9c
Lons Tooth Powder per box 15a
Ilojts German Cologne 10c size 7c
La Flache race Iowder per box 29c
TctIows Swansdowne Face Powder
per box 10c
Roger and Galas Toilet Powder
pet package ISc
Mascms Talcum Powder per box
Sc
Turkish Bath Soap per oakc la
Roger Galets Violet de Panne
Toilet Water Sic
Patcjs Cold Cream per jar 15c
Jaa Rice Powder per box 25c
Oelle Kreres Face iowder 21a
Hinds Honey and Almond Cream
33c
Mmc Tales Hair Tonic per bottle
79c
Metallic Hair Brushes 9c
Bromo Seltzer 10c size for 5c
Fountain Syringes 3 hard rubber
rlpes 2 qt size C9c
Woodburys Facial Soap and Dental
Cream each 15c
Woodland AMolct Talcum Powder
per lx 15c
Wlt h Hazel full pint bottles 15c
Caldrs Dentine per bottle 15c
Liberty Violet and Liberty Rose
prfume 10c
Talcum Powder full half pound
boxes Sc
Medicated Toilet Pap r C rolls for 25c
Elderflower Toilet Soap large Cakes
4c
rirst floor opposite elevators
100 Sewing or Cutting Tables with
Vnifl measure attached h nlilf t n
150 Step ladders strongly bra
ced five feet high
100 Clothes
quality willow
Hampers good
with -over
1O00 rolls of Toilet Paper per
forated each
125 Cedar Wash Tubs well
coopered
250 sets or Mme Potts Sad
Irons highly polished
2W Carpet Sweepers made by
the Bisrell Company
100 dozen beH quality Cups or
Saucers very thin but strong and
durable each
49c
59c
44c
69c
98c
sen iceable w h i c
jou can buy at
Just Imnrine th size of Tho Rusy Corner when our Imnroiemcnts are once
completed Vou can pet somewhat of an idea at the present time because those
lartre ungainly partitions are no more Confusion still exists The noise of the
san and hammer still echoes through our huildinc and with all that it is barely
noticed because the greatly reduced prices deaden the sound
ur Millinery Department
READY-TO-WEAR HATS Although this department Is in a somewhat rough
slate we arc showing a line of women s trimmed felt hats for earl Autumn
wear the arlety Is quite large the prices are as ou all know the lowest for
Instance
e are selling womens Tell Hats
in nil good colors which are
trlmmrd in ribbon and hae f
large rosettes orTthe side as N
low PS
Another special good nlue is wo
mens trimmed felt hats in short back
sailer and Torredo Turban
Trimmed with soft fancy silk AQf
drapery round the crown In W
black tan grey add castor y -
Another grand alue i a line of felt
hats In plain and camel hair all
iuuy trimmed forming a
cry attracthe hat for
present wear all good
staple colors
yn25
Ahe next special is a line of wo
mens stllsh read-to-wear hats In nil
the leading shapes draptd with soft
silk handkerchief scarfs the
latest and best effects of
the reason the colors are Q j O
tan grey castor and 4 I ZLS
block these are M Trvy
Millinery Department second floor centre Busy Corner Side
AnotherSpeciai Offering of Fine Tailor mada
Suits and Walking Skirts
We are Showing Some of the Newest Fall Styles
Womens new all wool Venetian
cloth suits In blacks blues tans and
browns made with nobby new style
tton Jackets and flare flounce skirts
the entire suit handsomely trimmed
with stitched taffeta
silk extremely nobbj
extra special alue
at
1275
A rew lot of pretty broadcloth suits
In blues browns blacks and gres
finished with nobby fihjng short jack
et with lapels worked out with stitch
ed taffeta silk the skirt is cut full
flaring flounce and trimmed with grad
uated bands of stitched taffeta to
match a i erj pretty q n p
creation which we 4 I J S
shall Introduce at
Second floor Smith Building
A new line of suits madi in the new
nobbj Norfolk jacket stIe high but
ton coiur liaring
flounce skirt extreme-
ly nobby
value at
J jp A A
very sptclal T liU
Womens line tailor made suits made
of imported lcuna and smooth-finished
broadcloth nobby new elon jacket
with short ruffled skirt finished with
double stitched bands forming a
spreading nounce ex
tremely swell and
- 2300
Also a complete new line of fine
walking skirts In the newest up-to-date
Ehapes prices ranging from
51250 to 2900
More Good Values in
Womens Misses and Childrens Hosiery
Underwear and Handkerchiefs
Womens Seamless Fast Black Cot
ton Hose w ith white split Xeet double
heels and toes the same f 1 r
quality joud pay 33c for
Lr
Womens Medium weight Vests high
neck long and short sleeves ftpf
pants to match per gar- Sv
ment tmJ
Womens Four thread Lisle Vests
Swiss ribbed in white onl
silk finish and silk ribbon In tC
neck and arms low neck no xJ
sleeves 7
A special lot of womens Iqw neck
vests In pink blue and white
some are spun silk others
fine French lisle they are AtC
handsomely trimmed and were AA
JLW for T7
Choice assortment of white hem
stitched handkerchiefs embroidered
corners lace trimmed fancy fr
printed borders am of them
at
A special lot of all pure linen white
hemstitched handkerchiefs a rr
try special bargain which we IX
will sell at lO
Womens Swiss Ribbed Cotton Vests
low neck and no sleeves silk
tape around neck and arms a fl
bargain at J
her sections 1 and 2 first floor Snalth
A Special Sale of Belts Chate
laine Shopping Bags and
- Suitcases
Pleated Sateen Belts sold
for 25c for IZi
Wash Belts the kind that look
just as well after washing as OOc
when jou first bought them for JO
Twine Shopping Bags 18
Chatelaine Bags chamois A rC
ed with handkerchief pocket t y
Grain Seal and Morocco Leath
er Chatelaine Bugs outside OOC
pocket ZZ
Real Alligator and Iteal Seal Chate
laine Bags chamois lined QQC
in and outside pockets 70
Genuine Cowhide Dress Suit Cases
21 lnch made over steetl frame Inside
shirt strap extra heavy tlp S 4 n
ped edges H J j
First floor Smith Building
One of Our Usual Leaders in
Umbrellas
Calls your attention again today
Theso turns are aluas good and very
much wanted rain or shine This lot
has something like 2O0 pieces They
are 26 Inch hize made of highly fin
ished fast black gloria cloth mounted
on feather weight paragon frame the
handles are similar to those
which are mounted on fCir
las selling- from 12 to K 50 II X-
choice
First floor
side
main aisle Busy Corner
Housefurnishings and Crockery
yard
varnished
10 dozen Porcelain Water
Milk Pitchers 2 quart size
25 tuscan busts
es high assorted subjects each
12ic
50 Jardinieres new fall shades IfiC
blended colorings 7 inch IV
10 and 11 inch- A Or
100 dinner sets 5 different shapes
uiiu uecumiiuns imperial
cnina 111 lea in wun
and gold lined
150 toilet sets
colors UOC
10 pieces
natural flower decorations C t Ar
and gold ornamented Z J
50 chocolate pots in assorted
decorations and gold sprays
15 chocolate sets Including chocolate
pot and 6 cups and saucers 1 Q
artistically decorated It 7
Housefurnishlng Department third floor Busy Corner
59c
More Book News
A special line of 75c and Jl 00 doth
bound books everyone copyrighted
edition slightly soiled from handling
only one and two copies of epch
The Duchess by the Duchess Rubys
Husband by Morion Hatncr At Last
by the same Author The Changed
Bride by Mrs Southworth Tarted at
the Altar by Laura Jean Llbbey A
Bitter Atonement by Berthu Clay
Repented at Leisure by Bertha Clay
Between Two Loves also by Bertha
Clay and quite a number of attrac
tive tltlfB by Marlon Harland Llbby
and Southworth choice per OQC
copy
Splendid aggregation of cloth bound
copyright Action by popular authors
more than 250 titles per 1 CC
copy -
Advance Holiday publications In ju
venile literature arriving daily chil
dren 8 books In an unusual IC nn
comprehensive line
l
Our American standard edition re
vised Bible at a special price
Our Boole Department basement an
Our C best copj right btllers for tlic
week Graustark Crises in Search of
Mademoiselle The Tower of Wye
Mills of God DrI and I these OOC
are all Jl 50 editions for W
Special October Delineator now
ready September number of Truth
Its the yacht number with
supplement of the yacht Con- ft Pf
stltution A J
A new monthly magarlne of smart
Dlcturcs and society vagaries
known as Quality exception
ally timely and attractive
Told by Two Marie St Felix
author of a Pair of Bad Brown
Eyes paper edition 1
A Woman Alone by Cather
ine Clifford nuthor of Love let
ters of a Worldly Woman In
paper
Gunthers bright new ro
mance the Deacons Second
Wife also
nex Busy Corner Side
10c
33c
33c
33c
THE TIMES WASHINGTON S1JORDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1901
AFFAIRS OF THE DISTRICT
An Amendment Proimctl Relating
to rrivnte Street liinps
Ilie MrliiKliiK f W trfn the Selilej
Court of lninir KeiiieJeMl
1rmcrillni of tlie Ilqiior t
Irueil Tlie lludilns llillls
Thomas J Fisher the acting niectrlcal
Lnglncer estenlay submitted to the Com
missioners a recommendation providing
for the amendment of Article XII of the
Police Regulations The amendment re
lates to the erection and care of private
lamps in various parts of the city Under
present conditions there arc no proper
regulations governing this class of street
lights and it is the purpetse of the pro
posed law to place the private lighting of
streets or nilejs under imitable regula
tions similar to those whifh govern the
public lighting of the li gnnajs The
amendment recommendel itilows
So private lamp post or amp shall be
erected of placed in any public street
avenue alley or road of th District of
Columbia except as authorized by spe
cial permit In each case to be obtained
previous to the election of the lamp post
or lamp
If the erection of such private lamp
post entails the cutting or removing of
sheet asphalt cement and brick pave
ments or other improved surface no per
mit shall be Issued until a deposit to cov
er the cost of replacing same shall have
been made and no authorized under
ground construction shall be Injured or
Interfered with
No private lamp post or lamp or any
part thereof shall be painted ornamented
or lettered as a sign or advertisement
nvery private lamp shall show a whito
light and coloreel lights will not be per
mitted
So private lamp post shall have a
greater diameter than eighteen Inches
Every privntc lamp In public streets
avenues and roads shall be sj placed
that the distance from the sidewalk to
the bottom of the lamp or lantern shall
be not less than eight feet and on public
alleys shall not be less than fourteen feet
from the pavement
hc ii 11 private lamp Is suspended from
an arm attached to a building the dis
tance of thq point of suspension from the
building line shall not exceed six Tcet
W hen the arm earning the lamp is placed
at the corner of a building the perpendic
ular distance of the centre of suspension
from the building lines shall not exceed
six feet
When a private electric light Is placed
in any public street or avenue the tres
leading to It shall be placed underground
So private limp placed at the curb shall
bo connected by overhead wires to the
service of any house and no lamp sus
pended from an arm attached to a build
ing shall be connected by overhead wires
to any pole or pole line
All senice wires for supplying current
to any building or premises for light or
power whether connected to mains car
ried overhead on poles or underground In
conduits shall be carried across the side
walk and parking underground
The Western Union Telegraph Company
has made application for permission to
string a loop of two wires over certain
streets to be used In connection with the
Schley Court of Enquiry The route which
these wires is to take is from the Balti
more and Potomac Railroad Companys
pole at the southeast corner of Seventh
and K Streets southeast to the telephone
pole near the corner of Seventh and M
Streets southeast thence westward along
M Street upon existing telephone poles
into the United States Navy Yard The
company also asks permission to string
a loop of wires from the telephone pole In
the alley bctweci L and M Streets and
Seventh and lighth Streets southeast
thence westward along existing telephone
poles into the navy jard
In reporting to the Commissioners upon
this application Thomas J Fisher Jr
Acting Electrical Engineer states that
the stringing of these wires is authorized
by the national telegraph act of IMG the
wires to be used for interstate telegraph
buslneln connection with the Court of
Enquiry He states that permission has
been obtained from the telephone com
pany for the use of the poles referred to
and that the permit will stipulate that
the wires shall be removed within ten
days after the final adjournment of the
trial
It is understood that the Commissioners
will approve the recommendation on the
ground that the Court of Enquiry Is In
the nature of a public emergency and
therefore within the purview of the law
of 1S0G
Albert E Shoemaker attorney for the
Anti Saloon Lergue of the District has
addressed the Commissioners relative to
the suspended crises for the unlawful sale
of liquor on March 3 last Several ar
rests were made of hotelkeepers for ille
gal selling on that day the eve of the in
auguration ceremonies The cases were
brought before the Police Court In May
and at the request of the Commissioners
were postponed
Mr Shoemaker In reminding the Com
missioners of this nctlon on their part
states that in the nlnds of many their In
terference In the trial of the cases was
unusual and unwarranted because the
actions against the bar keepers were reg
ularly brought conforming in every parti
cular to the requirements of the law
Mr Shoemaker states further that since
the action of the Commissioners the cases
have remained In statu quo except that
two of those to be prosecuted hae se
cured a nolle pros
There appearing to be no good reason
why the cases pending should not be
pushed to speedy trial Mr Shoemaker
nsks that the Commissioners give the
necessary directions to that end
Mr Fisher the Acting Electrical En
gineer yesterday forwarded to the Com
misslonars his report upon the application
of the Potomac Electric Power Company
to erect six poles on Albany Street from
the Great Falls Railway to the corner of
Fortj nlnth nnd Albany Streets north
west
Mr Fisher states that the stringing of
wires contemplated by the erection of
theso poleB will rarrv the line across the
Conduit Road He produces a letter from
Lieut G M Hoffman acceding to the
quest of the company provided that the
construction be made under the super
vision of the watchman of that division
and that the wires be removed upon de
mand of ills office
Mr Fisher states further that authori
ty for the erection of the poles and the
stringing of the wires is found in the
Joint resolution approved July S 1K9S
Dr William TIndall Secretary to the
Board of Commissioners has received an
Invitation from the committee of arrange
menlM to attend at the Pm Amerlcan Ex
position the exercises of Rhode Island
Day This celebration will take place on
September 10 In the New England States
Building
Dr TIndall has made several visits to
Provldence upon District matters nota
bly to make a study of the svstem of col
lecting garuage in mat city anei to make
n personal examination of the system of
card record In the tax office His ac
eiualntancc with the municipal ofllcHls of
Providence brought him the invitation re
ferred to
The recent falling off In the attendance
at th bathing beach has been so mark
ed that Superintendent Stevens will ma
terially reduce the force of attendants
there If the present Increase in the tem
perature of the air and water should con
tinue a sufficient force will be provided
for the accommodation and protection of
bathers until the racing events which will
ccur on the 11th Instant
Superintendent Stevens requests those
who have suits on deposit at the bench to
call for them at their earliest possible
convenience and notifies them that the
bathing beach officials will not be respon
sible for suits not properly marked with
the owners name
The Commissioners were- yesterday
officially notified by Opt E S Houston
commanding thc United States steamer
Amphltrite that George Thomas of
lirightwood D C is from that
vessel
Tlie DtHt Iritierlitlfiit for vinlnrla
ClillU nI fever li a lioltlc of Crove Tales
Clilll Tonic It U Minply iron and quinine in a
tasteletd form 2o cure no par lrite 50c
Snneln lllniiern lit Cnliln John
re famous for their delicious cuUInc and fine
service ConcerU afternoon and evening
DANGER SIGNALS
No engineer wouli be mid enough to
run by the flag whiih signaled danger
What the danger was liemight not under
stand but he would take no chances
It is different with -the average man or
woman iney at
tempt constantly
to run bythe dan
ger signals of
Nature and that
attempt costs
thousands of lives
V y
every j ear When the
appetite becomes irregu
lar or entirely gives out
when sleep is troubled
and broken when there
is a loss of flesh when
there is a constant feel
ing of dullness and lan
guor Nature is hoisting
the danger signal The
stomach and its allied
organs are failing in their
work and the body is los
ing the nutrition on which
its strength depends
Such a condition calls
for the prompt use of Dr
Pierces Golden Medical
Discovery It cureswlis
eases of the stomach and
other organs of digestion
and nutrition purifies
JBHB
a79asBBBsfl f
YSfiEap
KsBST
and enriches the blood and builds up the
body with sound solid flesh
Ygur kindness to mc I can never forget
writes Mrs Toie K Clark of Enterprise Shelby
Co Mo I caunot express half tny fetlin gs of
gratefulness to you I hod despaired of ever
getting well I had been in bad health for
f welv e years Had aches all through me numb
hauds cold feet and everything I ate distressed
me bowels constipated was nervous de-
Ercssed and despondent In facf I cant express
alfray badfeehuzltovoj VVaen I first wrote
to you I thought I could never ce cured 1 have
taken six bottles of Dr Pierce s Golden Medi al
Discovery and my health n now good You
have my honest reeom mentation to all suffer
ers I think there is no medicine in the world
as good as Dr Tierce s
If constipated use Dr Pierces Pleas
ant Pellets They cure constipation
biliousness and sick headache They do
not produce the pill habit
NO CHANGE IN LOCAL STBIKE
Tlic InperliniiKem IlsprCMK Confi
dence In Their FlKht
There was little or no change In the
condition of affairs jesterday In the strike
of the members of Paperhaogers Assem
bly No O Knights of Labor who have
been out since Tuesday for an Increase
of wages They struck for an Increase
of 40 cents per day over the present rate
of J2S0 Both sides however claim to
have made considerable gains In the last
twenty four hours It was also stated
that twenty of tfio local employers have
decided to not operate union shops In the
iuture rnis step -vas taken it was said
because the members of the local
hangers assembly hav e in many instances
broken their contracts The emolovers
also claim that tet all the help
tney want at uio present rate of wages
On the other hand the members of the
assembly declare paperhangers who hav e
oeen induced to como hero from other
cities quit work when Informed of the
situation In addition to this it is claim
ed that the local organization has re
sources to draw upon which will enable
them to continue the strike for an indefi
nite period The- also state that other
local labor organizations will come to
their assistance If needed
NEGRO ABSOLVED FEOM BLAME
An Autopsy IneUeuten That the
Vomnn Died From Natural Camieii
Rosa Coiemdn colored twenty two
j ears old died yesterday morning at her
home CI Jackson Street northeast with
out medical attention and owing to the
charges- made JijcMfer neighbors -Alfred
Johnson colored of SCO Culllnanes Al
ley southwest wastaken into enstody and
held until released by order of the act
ing coroner
According to the story told to Sergeant
Kllmartln Alfred had been Rosas steady
company until a short time ago On La
bor Day the Informants alleged the two
had a qnarrel and the woman was hit on
the head As Ja precautionary Tneasure
Policemen Mullehi and Brawner were sent
to the Eleventh Street wharf of the Amer
ican Ice Company where Johnson is
cmplojed and placed him jndcr arrest
On the arrival of Deputy Coroner Glaze
brook an autopsy was performed upon
the body of the woman which had been
previously removed to the morgue and It
was ascertained that death was duo to
natural causes Johnsons release fol
lowed Johnson denies having even seen
the woman on Labor Duy and disclaims
having hit her
New Cure
For Goitre
Any Inily Cnn Quick Cure Ilrrwelf
of Thin Ltk1 nnd IlniiKeronn
fiirurntion In the Privnc
of Her Own Home
Largo Trial Vlullt d Free tu
Prose That Geiitre Can lie
QuIckJ Cured
This charming and beautiful English
woman the Duchess of New hall tells of
her suffering for years and finally after
trying all the great surgeons and doctors
In the world cured herself in her own
home with this murvelous home remedy
MRS LUCILUi LYTTON
Duchess of Xcvthall London Kng
for Goitre She savsi The first I noticed
of my Goitre was a slight swelling on the
side of the neck accompanied by an ex
treme nervousness anel palpitation A
noted London surgeon examined my neck
and pronounced it Goitre and commenced
a treatmert that ha felt sure would re
move It quickly Instead It grew rapidly
until my condition was such I retired to
our country house I could not endure
the humiliation my appearance was so
elreaelful and I suffered extreme pain
My eyes nearly popped from my heael
We sought r lief from every surgeon and
specialist of known reputation In the
country but the refused to operate for
fear of rupture of tbo Jugular vein My
husband heard through an American
friend of Dr Haigs home cure for Goitre
and we tried It as -a last resort its cr
fect was marvelous In Just a few appli
cations the Goitre began to grow smaller
and In it few vveelcri all tracp of It was
gone The pain nnd Buffering I had en
dured for ears ceased completely the
first time we used the remedy I nm now
completely cured and owe It all to Dr
llalg ami his wonderful remedy Lucille
Lvtton
Goitre can b cuied nt home without
pain danger operation or nnj inconven
ience Send vour neme and address to
Dr John P Halg 2IS7 Glenn Building
Cincinnati Ohio and he will forward 1
large trial package postage prep lid Do
not full to get this wonderful rem dy
Wherever used its success has been mar
velous
Write nt once send name and address
today mill Dr Hulg will be glad to send
sou a trial package of the remedy free
Do not eieiay
yr E 11
KIULN
1 Comnlile
llomefurnishers
IOM1M sftrtn ijt
Corner I roei St
SSjfiUfillLA is an Inherited blood taiuU
S S S goes to the seat of the disease purifies
the blood and builds up the general CCg
IIA
MeiAis BEST alwavs
the
los
Vici Jvid Diamond and Satin
Call Solid sole School Shoes for
Itoys and Girls Sues up to 2
Every pair guaranteed
Tlie most remarkable values youve ever
bousht for tins price In Boja g mt f
or tlirls Dressy Shoes in all 95
oiai 1 uiiu mi pupumr seyies we
offer at
Closing
Price
75c
Womens Shoes
The VAS1IICT0 nriiLE our new Fall
Shoe for women is already winning hundreds of v
admirers Theyre lull north 3 hut our price
only
3 30 Guaranteed Patent
Meal Kid Fall weight
Oxfords
CI
Pr
siDS 9 37
ice UJ M
Several hundred pairs 250
Oxfords turn and welted
soles nearly every sUe
189
All our Si50
S3 SO Tan Boots
Ties
Closing
Price
The jPngftinflton Timctf
SVrUItDvY SEPTEMBER 7 1M1
Indications
Generally fair today and tomorrow light
variable winds mostly east to south
TEUPEItATUItE
Highest temperature 4 p m So
Lowest temperature 6 a m G3
THE SUX ASD SlOOtf
Sun rose5 33AM I Sun sets 622 PM
Moon rise Moon seta 1210 Kil
TIDE TABLE
Low tide today
High tide
9 37 AM and 9S3 PM
248 AM and S2S PM
STREET LTGHTING
Lamps lit today 039 PM
Lamps out tomorrow 4 42 AM
AMUSEMENTS
-Academy The Creat White Diamond after
noon and evening
Kernans i ine Woman and Song after
noon and evening
Gentrys Dob and Ponj Show at Thirteenth and
U Streets northwest
IN AND ABOUT THE CITY
One Mnrrlnire Ucenae IWiiucel
A marriage license was issued yesterday to
Vt illiain E Council and Lucy 1 Strlngfleld loth
of Smlthfield Va
DeHertleinAIlOBeil Iiy n Wife
Proceedings for divorce were filed jesterday
by Catherine P Hopkin3 against her husband
Stephen I Hopkins on the ground of desertion
and non support The parties were married
in October 1697 and two months later Mrs
HopUns declare the defendant dewrted her
Wanted on a Clinrce ot Lnrceny
The police Jve been asked to look out for
MalccJm II Call aged tucnty eight years
wanted on a charge of larceny at Haeerhill Mass
A despatch received at Headquarters last night
describes Call as follovs Ine feet eight inches
tall weight 130 pounds light hair and blue
eye It is said the fugitive stole 1000 in
llaverhill
A Wife Alli Kes Dexertlonr
Proceedings for divorce were instituted in the j
Supreme Court of the District yesterday by
Henrietta C S Fraxier against her husband
Samuel M Fraxier on the ground of desertion
ITie parties were married in Cumberland MeL
in July 1693 and lived together until OctoUr
1S30 Mrs Fraxier states that since lie deserted
her the defendant has not contributed to her
support Peyton Cordon is named as counsel
for the petitioner
Two Versions of a Case
Detective Browne has arrested Lucien E Jones
aged twentj six year on a charge of larceny
diaries C MeCauley a grocer at 27 II Street
northeast is complainant in the cac Accord
ing to the latter Jones secured 10 from lum on
the promise of deliiennic at hia store tin rolls
of wrapping paper The paper has not jet reach
ed MeCauley who made complaint after waiting
several days for Jones to deliver it Jones on
the other hand claims to liave borrowed 10
from McCaulej and sajs he will repay the
money
A IIUHunnd berloimlj Accused
Mrs Florence A Butler in a petition filed yes
terday in the Supreme Court of the District de
clares that several times during tlie past year
her husband William A Butler has threatened
to kill her and for this reason the asks to 4ie
granted a divorce from him She states that his
threats keep her in constant fear of his doing
her bodily harm It is stated that the parties
were married in tint city in 1S97 and for more
than a year Mrs Butler saj her huJund has
not supported her Joseph F Collinj named
as counsel for the complainant
6eekliiK nn Aeeoster if Women
The police of the Ninth precinet station arc
searching for an unknon man aliout sixty
old who is accued ot insulting joung
years of this individual
girls on the street Tlie doccription
dividual lus been sent to ail the stations
to reports o the police the man inailt
cd veral girls near fourteenth and II Streets
northeast Weilncday evening auil has since
been seen in the same neighborhood It is Mip
IHwd tlie stranger is an old Mililier from the
fact tint he wore a pction of an old uniform
when rst wen
The Dentil Itecord
The following deaths for twentj four hours
were reimrted at tlie Health Department up to
noon jcterdaj irginia - Bond 71 vrirs Ma
randa lllair 50 jears Sarah llanh 50 jears
Jiarta Ciiran to jcars ItichanUon So
3 cars- Pcreival T Johnson 21 J ears Jlaj Jones
I ejr infant of Mamie Mclliirvin 11 months
Amelia srainenta Inderwood 7 months Thomas
ljmclot Mathers 3 months
Hlicllliilltlsin Cured In n Ilnj
Mjntic Cure for rheumatism and neuralgia
radically cures In 1 to 3 dajs Its action Un the
Ejstem is remarkable and mysterious It re
moves at once the cause- and the di seisc imme
d atel eUsappcars Tlie first dose greltly benefits
73 cents and 1 Sold bv Stevens tliarmacj
Pennsjlvania vcnuc and Mntli Street
Murine Ilniul lln Slliiilnj Mglit
at Clievj Chase Lake 8 to 11 Dancing tonight in
the big pavilion National Guard Band
rt ii i l onart bottles at tneWaati
rnOIIC ILo i in too Brewing Cs famous
for Beer
Colden Hop Beer ror U D-
livered in unletterea wagons
I
250
fS 00 and
and Oxford
165
A tableful of Black Kid and
Crash Linen 1 to 1 JO Ov
forus
Closing
Price
69
rfglti 6
V Tjr
JStsrfVp
A HARVEST FOR SHOE WEARERS
Between the Seasons
Right now the -carloads of newly arrived Fall Shoes are hard crowding the re
maining summer shoes Naturally weve tremendously cut prices on these remnants
making a -big-value feast for prudent purchasers
Theies likewise a tempting display for snappy dress ers in the vast variety and
stunning beauty of the new Fall Shoes Particular people will buy the new styles
aVTOW rather than follow others later
Childrens School Shoes
Remember all of them are which means the best wearing for I
price in America With n iicli improved styles we expect this season to double our alreadv co- I
sal School Shoe output -Prices that will interest vou I
All remaining 1 50 and 2 Misses and
Aouliis Un spring heel
hoes will be sold to
today at
CLOSINCJ PRICE
Jllwe s STADVRD
and Mel hid -hops
over 10000 pairs last year
and not one complaint
Theyre better even this fall
and only
119
Box Call
125
Every One a
LEADER
Mens Pants
arge stock of
ns Working ijij mm
its made of M Mmi xv
d materials M Jjl
rth 1J5 for M mVJ
Mens Pants
Large Sizes Only
Heres a
cliance
T raien
n nn
for
who
Pants
In sizes from
42 to 6i Itce
ular prices 3
for
l48
Mens Suits
New stj les In
fine cassl
mercs frml
cheiots nice
ly tailored
anil n ell
made for
S
5631
Mens Suits X
An elegant
stock of Mens
Vicuna Suits
elegantly ffi
made perfect 0
flttlntr and
wortli 13 for
835
Childrens Suits
T Suits for the boy for the school
J time and outdoor wear great al-
ues at
I 139 and 98
Mens Furnishings
Medium weight Derby ribbed
Natural Wool Underwear AQC
75c kind for 0
All of our 50c Silk Stripe I O C
fancy Hosierj for
Regular S9c IJsle OlC
ders
New styles In Fall Neck
wear now on open- OC
lnsr special for A J
Large assortment of Mens OQC
Working ShlrtA for J
Mens DerbjS and Fedoras In all
the new fall stjIes prices rang
ing from
98c 140 and 190
H FRIEBLANDER fcflRO
Gor Ninth and E Sts
Dining QQr
Chair
made of golden oak braced arms
and caned seat AVorth J125 Cash
or Credit 9Sc
Walker Burks
1013 1015 7th St N W
rtnrv
Central Store 948 La Ave
Oldest Stand 412 Fourth St S E T
line Large Lemons 12c dox X
Cinder Snaps 3kc J
4- Best Cream CIiccm 4
T 1 lb package best Macaroni jc 4-
T Large New Mackerel 7J4c each
V Octagon Soap 3Uc 4
T Urge boxesjarlor Matches Scdoz
T llawkeyc Oats H0 X
V 3 large bottles Ex anilla Z
V AT T
t J T D Pylcs Six Stores
Boys and Girls Excelsior Shoes the
iei au arounel urel and
School Shoes in America
over a dozen different
styles
Elegant Dress Shoes for Misses and Boys
01 unesi surpass iviii guaranieeil
Patent Leather or best Box
Call the newest mannish
styles
Mens Shoes
- The ilKTROPOLIS Shoe for men must be
seen It jpeais for itelf 5 new fall styles al
ready here jouve never seen their equals of
The famous S3 10 Waukwell
fine French Patent Calf LaccI
Shoes nearly all sixes
dosing
Trice
Today
Only
265
Balance ot our 250 and 3
Hand welt Linen Shoes low
or high cut-
145
Wm Hahn Cos
Three Reliable Shoe Houses
150 i
I
21
250 ii
All our 3 and some 3 30
Tan Shoes and Patent Leather
Oxford Ties-
Closing
Price
237
Black white and brtyru
Canvas Ontinjr Shoes wtih T
guaranteed Rubber Soles
Today
Only
39
Cor 7th and K Sts
91 4 J916 Pa Ave
233 Pa Ave S E
- Mayer Pettit
Clothing
Were going to place
on sale Saturday an
other big assortment of
Mens Suits inall tlie
popular materials
suits that have been
selling all season for
10 and 12 to go for
Five Dollars and
Fifty- Cents
Mens Pants
A very good selection from
our assortment of Mens All
WUol Trousers in a aried as
sortment of patterns Your
choice
One Dollar and Ninety
eight Cents
Childrens Suits
Prepare tfc boy for school
time A line of suits made of
choice materials Sizes b to 16
jears for
One Dollar and Forty
eight Cents
CASH OR CREDIT
Mayer Pettit
415 417 7th St
Bl Vti
4Ka aaGlJ
s
BUY GOAL NOW
JSAVE MONEY
ZEH 702 11th St
We Want You to Know
our new location 27 F St Wc want you
to inspect our immense new stock of depend
able Taints Oils Brushes Glas etc and
get acquainted lth our scale o reasonable
prices
Warren Dyer
627 F St Formerly of 515 Nmth street
MiaiiiM
H aa dpjrbrd Sooti lea Old
ITr Van
Hate lO sort tneusja tii Moon Hax raflitj vrit
for proof ot raneff solicit th mort obstuiua
hai cared th worrt rasoj In 13 to 33 dajfc
Capital JJOrj an lOMiwjbook BEE I Sobranch ones
CO OK REMEDY CO
1651 Masonic Tomclo Chicago 111
CHICHESTERS ENGLISH
Pennyroyal
STS Original and tnl
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I vllablacriDMa UKenaouicr acimv
ttftn Buy f jar Prqt tnl J
Hiapi hr IrtirnUr TMtlnBiU
tmwm HolL 1004lUTnUmeBials Sold by
I DrvuUM Colehetter Chewiest
tUaiUa tUa paftr XU41m Bur rUXUA r
MANHOOD RESTORED CUP1DENE
This sreat Veffeblo Vital zertha prescription of famous French phyvlciaa will qoiekly
snr tor of all Drroa or disease 01 vie generaiiTe orcaoa auca uuii jmunooa in
1 IlnipleUnlltne to JJrrjExfauiliH7 JDrUn Varicocele ord Cos
stl nmtlon It stop all losses by day or night Prevent quickness of diacharffe which if not
1 checked lead to SpermatorTho and all the horrors of im potency CIriDOE dao
ttITer thskldnera iVPIDEME itrBthaa and restores imUl weak organ The reason suffewrs r
ioteareVbyoiSu CUPIDMTE is the onbr
Swnmii dr iScor without tn operation HO testimonial A written guartnte girenand money ntam 4
U iboldo Mt effect a pern inVit enre SIOO abox aixfor tXW by mail Send for fire circular
J AM IA1 ol MEDICI CO Man Frulco cml
ror au byytPWARD STETKS3 Ninth Street enJ renntylranla ATfnoe
IF AT FIRST YOU DONT
SUCCEED TRY
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