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RIGHTS OF INSANE
ARE SAFEGUARDED
Ruling of City Solicitor On
Temporary Detention
MEASURES BEFORE CONGRESS
Corporations Chartered Outside of the
District Doing Business and Having
Headquarters Ecre Are Not Amenable
to the Code
The District Commissioners jcstenlay
recoiled from Mr A H Duvall the City
Solicitor three opinions on bills sub
mitted to the Commissioners bj the 10m
mittees of Congress
Cn Senate bill No 209 lo provide for
the temporar detention of persons dan
gerously insane the Solicitor says
This Llll in mv judgment provides
appropriate proceedings for the temporary
detention of the daugerously insane and
at the same time saiegujrds their rights
Some of its provisions as to apprehtnbion
detention ttc are fieclaatorv of the
course of proceeding now adapted without
CAprcss authority of laN
The Solicitor submits a fen suggestions
as regards the wording and udds that
the bill appears to be in good form and
should receive the favorable recommenda
tion of the Commissioners
Opinion on Salaries
A second opinion was that rendered on
the communication of the Recorder of
Deeds requesting the District Commis
sioners to report on an amendment de
sired by him to section 553 of the code
of law for the District The
amendment consists of striking out the
words eighteen hundied and ninety -one
in the sixteenth line of the section anj
inserting in lieu thereof the vords nine
teen hundred and one
The object of the pinendmcnt ex
plains Mr Duvall the Sriicitor is to re
store the provision for the payment of the
janitor and the sweeping and cleaning of
the office which was made by the act of
March 3 1SSV I am not prepared to say
whether the section if amended as de
sired would not affect the paj of any
other clerk or emplove in the office of the
Recorder of Deeds end therefore in my
judgment it would be oettcr to remedy
the matter by providing ipeciflcally
therefor anl instead of striking out the
words eighteen hundred and ninetj ooe
in line 1G to amend it by inserting after
those words the following
Except that there shall be paid to
the janitor 350 per annum and to the
charwoman 110 per annum
I think that the office should have the
services of such emplojes and I do not
suppose that the phraseology of section
53 was adopted with the purpose of de
priving the office of such services
With the exception cf these employes
the officials and clerks in the office of the
Itccorder of Deeds are paid from the fees
collected in the office
Corporations Question Law
The third opinion rendered jestcrday
was in regard to the communication of II
M Adams requesting Information as to
whether sections CCS CI and G22 to CC2
inclusive of the code of Kw for the Dis
trict are applicable to existing corpora
tions chartered outside of the District
but doing business and having headquar
ters in the District or vhether the sec
tions apply only to corporations chartered
n the District
These sections the Solicitor sajs
relate to the matter of election of offi
cers annual reports transfer of stock
and inspection of books They constitute
part of subchapter 4 of chapter IS re
lating to corporations formed in the
District of Columbia and apparently have
no relation to corporations chartered out
side of the District of Columbia but do
ing business and having headquarters In
the District
CHURCH INCORPORATED
Articles Placed on File in Office of Re
corder of Deeds
Articles of the incorporation of the
Central Methodist Episcopal Church were
placed on filo yesterday in the office of
the Recorder of Deeds The object of the
organization Is stated to be to maintain
a place of religious worship The incor
porators arc
Andrew O Nash Charles Spriggs
Charles E Davis William It Jones
James R Chambers Henson Brooks John
Sjkcs Armstead Randall and Ewell I
Conway The church building is located
on Kifth Street between M and N Streets
northw est
PART OF OLD JAIL WALL FALLS
No General Collapse However as Was
at First Reported
A great deal of interest was aroused
at police headquarters yesterday by a re
port that the wallsof the old District
Jail located In the rear of 483 C Street
northwest had collapsed
The building is one story high and ad
Joins the mail bag repair shops it Is said
to have been the first place used as a
prison by the District government
Only about 300 bricks of one of the walls
had fallen the result no doubt of the
extreme dampness of the past week
Cosmopolitan Hotel Leased
Miss Katie Schludcrbcrg has leased the
Cosmopolitan Hotel New Jersey Avenue
and C Street northwest for a period of
five years The lease runs from January
3 ISO at an annual rental of 4GS0 pay
able monthly The property is owned by
Wr Thomas W Smith
Lectured on Corporations
An Interesting lecture was given the
pupils of the post graduate law class
of the National University last night by
ex Attorney General Monnett of Ohio on
Corporations Nearly every member of
tho class was present
William Dudley Foulkes Lecture
The lecture which was to have been
delivered by Mr William Dudley 1oulle
on Tho Desirability of Examinations for
the Diplomatic and Consular Service
beforo the School of Conipetiyya Juris
prudence and Diplomacy l 0t Trlday will
bo delivered tomorrow- afternoon at 530
In Law IectuS Tlall 1120 II Street
Korfolk S Valiliitin Slruniliont Co
DrUglitful trip daily at 630 p m from foot
Tlh st to Oil roint Comfort Norfolk Virginia
Ceoclv ad Newport Jcus cc ad page S
SMOKE LAW VIOLATORS
A Number Appear in Couit and De
mand Trial Ly Jury
The Washington Traction and Dlectric
Companj is again on the rack on the
smoke question A warrant summoning
Mr Lindley K Sinclair superintendent
and general manager to answer to
another charge of violating the law at the
Donning Read powerhouse was served on
him and when he appeared jester
day to demand trial by jury he was con
fronted with twelve other charges of dis
regarding the law at various other power
houses belonging to his mmpaiiy He
gave bond of 200 on each for his ap
pearance when wanted
There is an apparent disposition on the
rart of many others who have been
brought up on similar charges to fight
the smoke law to the limit and fcKv
mg the example of Mr Sinclau they
have demanded trial by jury
Among these are Theodore J Tally of
J tW Tlaleleh Hotel John D Coughlln
nnnager of the Tcndall Building J
tun Kej of the Uarton Hotel J franklin
i Schneider of the Cairo Flats- Christian
I Heurich the brewer Moses Sons Jos
eph I Crupper the Ohio Avenue lumber
dealer Charles II Javins the game and
I bird dealer and Charles n Hood man
ager of the lacIic Building
I Mr John T Dcvine n anager of the
Shoreham forfeited 25 jesterday when
a charge against him was called
MR LEE AWARDED DAMAGES
Sued Railway Company for 20000
But to Get Only 500
In the ease of Timothy F Lee against
the Metropolitan Railroad Company to
recover 2OC0O claimed as damages for
personal injuries the jury awarded him
SCCO It was the second lime Mr Lee has
been awarded damages for his injuries
At the first trial of the suit in January
1301 the jury which heard the evidence
awarded him damages in the sum of toCOO
The verdict was set aside by the presiding
justice and a new trial ordered which re
sulted as stated
Mr Lee was injured on May 9 1S9S at
the corner of F and Ninth Streets north
west In the accident he suffered a com
pound fracture of his left hip and has
since been able to walk only with the as
sistance of crutches
DONOVAN BADLY HURT
Young Man Assaulted Last Friday Night
Kay Not Recover
Jehn Donovan the young man who was
severely beaten last Triday night at the
corner of Thirty fourth Street and Pros
pect Avenue continues in a critical con
dition It is feared that bis Injuries may
prove fatal
Several days ago he was removed from
the Georgetown University Hospital to
his heme on Thirty sixth Street Daniel
McCarthy and Hugh Clements charged
with having committed the assault were
today released from custody In the Police
Court each furnishing bond in the sum
of 5C0 for his appearance in court when
wanted
YOUNG H0UST NOT LOCATED
Local Police Find Ko Trace of the Miss
ing Son of Jersey Pastor
The detectives have as yet been un
able to find George I Houst the fiftecn
v ear old boy whose father Rev II R
Houst came to the city last night to
search for
The home of the Housts is in Eliza
beth N J The lad is rather short and
stout weighs 59 pounds has light brown
hair blue eyes and has three bare spots
on his head and a long scar on the little
finger of the right hand
SENTENCE SET ASIDE
Andrew Piyor Was Found Guilty Un
der Jury Drawn Illegally
Justice Barnard jesterday set aside the
sentence imposed upon Andrew Poor
colored convicted of larceny on January
9 The prisoner was lound guilty by a
panel of jurors drawn for service in the
Supreme Court of the District in Decem
ber This jury was declared to be il
legally organized by the Court of Appeals
for the District
The former trial of Pryor was there
fore lilt gal hence the action of the court
in the premises When declared guilty
by the twelve men who sat as a jurj
Justice Barnard sentenced Prvor 10 im
prisonment in the penitentiary at Mounds
ville W Va fot a period of a year and
a day
Since his conviction Pryor has secured
the servir es of ttorney Melcndez M
King who stated vestcrday that he villi
again make an effort to secure bis ac
quittal The cac will probably come up
for trial next week
Marriage Licenses
Nimrod r Thompson and Luey McKvn
ney
James II McNamee Grafton W Va
ind Ruby C Knott St Marys county
Mil
William Wade and Maggie Clark
Amos Johnson and Carrie Bellows
Egmond Perry and Mabel West
Leroy Hawkins and Rosa How kins
W R Wagoner and Estelle Shepper
son both of Richmond Va
Maurice 1 Brooks and Lizzie Green
Charles T Walker District of Colom
bia and Margarltta J Ncill Fauquier
county Va
Commodore P Melton and Emma C
Toeprcr
William Pierce Ferguson and Mamie
Virginia Mann
William L Burgess and Blanche V OI
futt
Frank II Narcom D C and Carrio P
Wclker Alexandria Va
John H Gray and Mattie E Topp
Arthur Gleason and Llllic Mav Cramer
Cleveland Church and Ida A Norris
Richard F Di and Alice Dunton Loth
of Lancaster Va
Harry Davis and Ida Cronln
Thomas Parker and Anna G Tyler
Herman A Fleming and Edna Earlo
Billings both of Richmond Va
Dennis T Jones and Ida Brown
Joseph Woodward and Mattie Cook both
of Sjiottsvlvanla County Va
Jessie N Parr and Martha M Bum
bary
Good Tor Cad Teeth
Jvol Had for Cool TccUi
SOZODONT
TOOTK POWDER
The best that Money and 4fc
Experience can produce fcSJ
At all stores or by mall for tho price
HALL RUCKEL New Yobk
THR TIMES WASHING THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 1902
G A R COMMITTEE AT WORK
Considerable Progress Being Made by
Those Having Encampment in Charge
Great progress is being made by the
citizens committee of the G A R encamp
ment toward selecting a number of other
important committees It is realized by
those having in charge the encampment
affairs that the appointment of a score or
more or these minor committees is abso
lutely neccsaarj and every effort is being
made to organize them as soon as pos
sible
Mr Trank K Raymond the chairman of
the finance committee yesterday an
nounced that he would be read to make
public the names of those selected to
scive upon a subcommittee which will
shortly be organized In speaking of the
fund Mr Rivmond said that he was
Kreatlj pleased with the manner n which
contributions were coming in and that
there was no question about raiding the
necessary O0CO for the entertainment of
the war veterans
It is stated that a meeting of the com
mittee of seven will be held in a few
days for the purpose of organizing and
lnakint public the various othe com
mittees
Mr Iiulklcy announced this afternoon
that Mr S B liege of the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad had been made chair
man of the committee on transportation
to the battlefields a position held by Mr
Hege ten jcars ago during the last local
encampment
AUGUSTUS E L KEESebURIED
For Over Half Century Prominent Citi
zen of National Capital
Mr Augustus E L Kecse for over
sixty years a prominent citizen of tho
National Capital was buried yesterday
afternoon with fitting ceremony by mem
bers of the Grand Army of the Republie
and other organizations
Funeral services were held at his late
residcrce 4C7 N Street northwest at
130 oclock the Rev Dr Charles H
Putler paster of the Keller Memorial
Lutheran Church officiating Interment
was made at Rock Creek Cemetery Mem
lers of the Grand Army of the Republic
Knights of P thins and Veteran Fire
mens Union acted as honorary pall
bearers
B00KMAKING CASES QUASHED
Government Attorneys Abandon Prose
cution of James McGirr
The movement resulting from the recent
arrest of someten or twelve well known
men of this city who were charged with
making books on horserace13 contrary to
the gaming law received a blow jester
day when the case of James McGirr the
first one to be tried was abandoned be
fore half of the witnesses for the Govern
ment had been heard in thi Police Court
None of the witnesses heird would say
that they had bet money with McGirr
and they deilcd that they had played the
horsts at any time or any place
The failure of the Government to se
cure a conviction will it was predicted
result in the quashing of proceedings
against al of the other defendants In
similar suits
WEEKLY MORTALITY REPORT
Official Statement of Deaths and Their
Causes in the District
There were 109 deaths in thr District
during the week ended on Saturday last
of which CO were of white and 49 of col
ored persons The death rate for the
vrhltc3 was 13 3 for the colored 28 4 and
for all deaths 194 By tho last report the
mortality was 112 and in the correspond
ing week of last year they numbered 151
representing a rate of 2S17 per thousand
of population
Compared with last week the mortality
from affections of the kidneys increased
from 7 to 10 from pneumonia from 17 to
21 and among children under five years
of age from 22 to 27 that among infants
under one year old from 13 to 22 There
was a decrease in the same time in deaths
from diseases of the brain and nervous
svstem from 12 to 7 heart affections from
12 to 7 and grippe from S to 2 Of ty
phoid fever there was 1 fatal case and 2
fatal cases of diphtheria were reported
By violence 3 deaths occurred 1 being a
case of suicide by gunshot and 2 acciden
tal 1 being by burns of oody and 1 crush
ed by a runaway team
Of births there were 123 returns made
during tiie week of which CQ were of
whites and 37 colored the males number
ing 65 and females 53
At the close of last report there were
5 cases of smallpox under treatment in
the hospital During the week 5 new
cases developed and 1 being discharged
left 9 in hospital at the close of this re
port
Of diphtheria there were 22 cases in
quarantine at the close of the last report
During the week 9 new cases occurred
and 9 being discharged left 21 eases in
isolation in 1G premises
There were 28 eases of scarlet fever in
quarantine at the close of last report
During the week 14 new cases were re
ported and 2 being discharged left 40
eases with warning cards in 28 premises
The mean conditions of the weather
which prevailed during the week were
temperature of the atmosphere 30 de
grees relative humidity 66 and barometer
29 75 There was a rainfall of 1 7S inches
with northwesterly winds averaging 12
miles per hour and reaching 33 miles on
the lSth The maximum of the thermom
eter was 3i degrees on the 17th and mini
mum 16 decrees on the 2Cth
The following were the deaths classi
fied according to their causes Apoplexy
1 bronchitis 6 congestion of lings 3
consumption 14 convulsions 1 diarrheal
diseases 4 diphtheria 2 diseases of
brain 3 diseases of heart 6 diseases of
kidnevs 10 malarial fevers 1 malignant
growths 4 meningitis 2 pneumonia 21
suicide 1 tjphoid fever 1 miscellane
ous 29 total 109
HEALTH OFFICE REPORT
DEATHS
The following deaths for forty eight
hours were reported at the Health De
partment vestcrdaj
Dianlha H Dalley 91 jears
Annie Clagett 90 jears
Elizabeth Colvin 82 years
Ephraim Jones Brunson 73 years
Elijah Stone 72 years
William C Conav 71 years
Margarete Gejer 71 years
Jerry Buchannan 69 jear3
James Miller 60 jears
Isabella K Thomrson CG jears
May U Uarton 62 years
Samuel Bonds 60 years
Annie Moberly 57 years
Hanorah McDermott 52 jears
Mary C Salmon 51 years
Illcliani D Thompson 5u yTarS
Kmma F Rudderforth 49 years
Cornelius Corbin 40 jears
Ellen Nickcy 36 jears
Ilello V Harris 33 jears
Karl P Moos ii ears
Paulino M Tate 30 jears
Edward Fisher 27 jears
Mattie R Henron 22 years
William Henson 20 jeais
Richard II Davis 19 jears
Mary Francis Jones 1 years
Elfie Brown 2 jcars
Bertha M J Jackson 3 montli3
John F Hughes 1 month
Infant of Rachel Ferguson 3 days
Minnie llerger 3 das
GRAM JURY RETURNS
MAM INDICTMENTS
Thomas Morse Held for James
Haskins Death
Another Chapter in the Chevy Chase
Cow Barn Murder Other Defend
ants Held for Trial
The grand jury yesterday returned an
indictment against Thomas Morse colored
charging him with the murder of James
Haskins also colored on December 13
last near Chevy Chase
An indictment chVglng murder was
also reported against Lawrence Norman
colored He is held responsible for tiie
death of Annie Brown also colored in
November last It was stated at the
time that Norman and the woman had a
quarrel and the latter being afraid lied
from the former Norman it is said pur
sued tho woman and in her fright she
ran Into the canal above Georgetown and
was drowned
Indictments were also reported against
the followirg named persons for offences
mentioned
Isaac Byrd and William Iajne as
sault with intent to kill Alfred Rummell
carnal knowledge Munay Barnes larceny
from the United States James II Moore
housebreaking Thomas Banks house
breaking Thomas Green housebreaking
Charles Oray housebreaking Frank Bos
well embezzlement Joseph H Maxwell
false pretences and fraud W II Huss
forgery
WEATHER INDICATIONS
Fair today rising tempera ire Tomor
row increasing cloudiness probablj lain
by right- light variable windi
TEMPER TURE
Highest temperature 1 p m
Lowest temperature 10 p m
52
40
THE SUN AND THE MOON
Sun rose C36 AM 1 Sun sets 5 50 PM
Moon risesll13 PM j Moon sets
THE TIDE TABLE
High tide 530 M and C03 PM
Low tide 1122 AM and 1139 PM
STREET LIGHTING
Lamps lit today 6 29 PM
Lamps out tomorrow 543 AM
AMUSEMENTS
National Ethel Barrymorc in Captain
Jinks of the Horse Marines evening
Columbia Old Homestead ifternoon
and evening
Lafayette Fedora evening
Academy Ward and Vokes afternoon
and evening
Kernans New City Club Burles
qucrs afternoon and evening
Bijou Burlesque and Vaudeville after
noon and evening
Chases Polile Vaudeville afternoon
and evenins
TEMPERATEhfca iN OTHER CITIES
S Rain
Max MIn p m fall
Atlantic City 42 38 42 02
Atlanta Ga 64 40 5S
Bismarck N D 3t 24 34 04
Boston Mass 40 26 40 92
Buffalo N Y -46 24 36
Chicero 48 32 44
Cinrinnatl CO 34 46
Chevcnne Wyo 40 32 3S
Davenport Iowa 52 34 44
Denver Col It 38 46
Det Moines la 50 33 40 T
Galveston Tex 64 56 C2
Indianapolis Ind 50 34 44
Jacksonville Fla 60 46 56
Kansas Mo 56 40 2
Little Rod Ark 60 42 60 T
Marquette Mich 46 36 40
Memphis Tenn 60 42 56
New Orleans La i 46 C2
New York N Y -S 28 44 T
North Platte Neb 58 30 52
Omaha Neb 58 42 50
Pittsburg Pa 56 33 50
Salt Lake City ltah 48 30 40 30
St Loids Mo 5C 36 50
St Paul Minn 32 34 41 T
Springfield III 48 34 44
Vicksburg Miss 61 42 60
Railroad Company Granted Permit
Mr Snowden Ashford Inspector of
Buildings has recommended to the Com
missioners that the application of the
Metropolitan Railroad Company for per
mission to enclose tho space under the
awning in front of the waiting room on
the west side of Seventh Street north of
Florida Avenue be granted provided the
enclosure be imde of wood and glass
panels of a portable tjpe and to be re
moved when so ordered by the Inspector
of Buildings
Youthful Housebreaker Sentenced
George Thomas about twenty years of
ag was yesterday convicted In Criminal
Court No 2 of housebreaking and sen
tenced by Justice Barnard to six years
imprisonment in the penitentiary Frank
Conroy sixteen years old indicted jointly
with Thomas was by direction of the
court found not The boys were
charged with entering the house of Mrs
Kate A Scroggy last September
There is a great need of tnotuerlj watch
fulness and care A growing girl ueeds
nil her strength ami if she is nervous
and melancholy and loses appetite there
is surely something wrong 1 his is espe
cially true as the young girl approaches
mat important pe
riod of change
when the woman
ly function is es
tablished Time
ly care and proper
treatment at this
period may save
much after suf
fering
The best medi
cine for young
girls who are
nervou9 melan
choly and irreg
ular of appetite
is Dr Pierces Fa
vorite Prescrip
tion It cures
nervousness diz
ziness aiid melan
choly promotes
the appetite and
gives the body
robust health
There is no alco
hol in Favorite
Prescription and
it is entirely free
from opium
P11
oilier narcotics
My daughter u at troubled with diziiue and
const pi ion nud itu jtfy nervous for five
i
r w Ki1
tors but they Ev fa
U2
would eat nsttiiiw aJ greys and purple circles
under fief eyS lWrMfe5j2 A tekSW
friend or rami toW AICTA fjfe VavTng
lrri riinn 3nd rlcajhSt Pellets Wl T t itfcT
After taking one bottle M each she Mffah to im
prove and is still lmprO idj Teople said she
looked as Ihoujh she were rang into a decline
She U twelve years old There are no circles
nround her cjes now and she is healthy nnd
robust eats as iiuch as any child and is grow
ing fatter every day
Dr Pierces Pellets regulate the bowels
SXANNiSUNSCO
The Busy Corner7
Always the Itcst of l Ttrythlng for tliw
IiiKt Money
All our advertisements aro verbal
contracts with the public as binding
as legal seal contract You know
there Is such a thing as making mon
ey by spending It and those who aro
wide awake and watch these chances
arc surely the gainers The touch of
small prices greet sou in every de
partment of our store Thats the
sort of greeting that forces through
the greater throngs the right prices
always draw tho thrifty buyers
THcrcforc cut off the big margin of
the other stores prices and joull get
the proper idea of our selling
QoCarts for
Of course they are not constructed
like an automobile or a locomobile
They are the safety kind Go by push
ing We have our now assortment
for spring 1902 now In stock Three
very specials with introductory
prices
1 lot of Go Carts with all the new
Improvements which one can find In
a higher priced one they have green
gears full reed bodies
and rubber tire wheels
the cart actually worth
350 Introduced at
698
We have ten different styles of Go
Carts with green gears patent nut
less wheels with rubber tires and
rubber capped hubs these carts arc
fitted with the latest Improved ad
justment for front and back the bod
ies arc all made of the best selected
reed Among this lot there arc some
upholstered in veJour with cushion
made to take out and which can be re
placed In a minute not
one in the lot worth less
than 14 Introduced at
Childrens Go Carts with English
made bodies upholstered In green
broadcloth this cart is supplied with
a fine point do esprit lace covered
parasol every new and latest device
in attachment will be found in this
one or the best-constructed
carts on the
market actually worth
24 introduced at
50 Childrens
worth 75c at
1998
High Chairs
39C
This chair is made of oak strong
and durable and has extra tray it s
a special bargain which we
offer just for today only
at
Fourth floor
39C
Opening Sale of
Mattings
For the last few years we have been
known as the authority on Mattings
Our treatise on qualities and prices
taught people how to and where
This year we are still better equip
ped Larger floor space bigger as
sortments and still belter prices
We open this selling with 1000 pieces
of assorted kinds and prices
Whether jou buy today or a
month later j ouI not be able to ac
complish any more with jour dollars
than if you purchased at once This is
how we have arranged this sale
13c quality of Seamless Mat- 1 7 4 C
ting in a variety of patterns at -2
20c Seamless China Matting 1 CC
in a variety of styles at
2c Extra Heavy Seamless 1QC
China Matting for J
30c Seamless China Matting made
of short straws in a choice line 9C
of patterns for per yard J
35c Seamless China Matting
260 warp which is considered 9QC
very fine for J
40c best grade Canton Seamless 9SC
China Matting for J
23c Japanese Jointless Cotton 1 CC
Warp Mattings for J
33c Carpet Patterns TCC
Cotton Warp Mattings for J
40c Jointless Japanese Matting OflC
360 warp extra fine for J
50c fine Damask pattern Japan- OCT
cse JointleEs Mattiug for J
For this sale we have concluded to
add this inducement That we lay free
every yard of matting which jou buy
from 15c up which is something others
are not liable to do
Third iloor Upholstery md Rug
Department
MARKET SPACE
Splendid Billiard Room
rmnou for Wins mi I Llqaj i
WALSHS
i
407 TENTH STREET
Von Ought to Call
VEGETARIAN DINING ROOMS
710 mill st iv
iiattm citiiiv sanitarium
lit iltli Foods will cooked served or
ikhvtml llot 25c Luneli
ilione Main 219
-- -
BEPUTATIOY BUILT OW tJUAUTT
A delightfully par M Xll f
low wliuLey dlitilied tH Ij III
prtMly for mj tradt vl T1
PBONB 781 S
Edward J Qulnn 604 Pa Ave
LOEFFLERS
HOME MADE
Sausage
lor Sale in All Market
stam cio cintik maikit
HOUSE
HERKMANN
CompleW Uomehvnlihsr
C01 0O3 SeTcnth St
Corner I Ejti St
RUMMAGE SHOE SALE
All the off style shoes mismatched shoes
defective shoes which have accumulated dur
ing the past year will be iound on separate
tables at our Seventh Street Store this
morning and will be practically given away
Its the chance of the year but in view of the
paltry prices these shoes are not guaranteed
not exchangeable and we cannot fill mail ord
ers on them However you may examine and
try them on at your leisure
Examine these five lots
Lot I
Lot 3
50c
23 pairs Mens
50c and 75c
Itubbcrs sizes
S to 11
40 pairs Girls
Spring Ho e I
Ttubbers sizes
13 13 2 to
3
IS pairs
Childs It u Li
bers sizes 6 to
10
35 pairs In
fants Soft Sole
Laced and But
ton
18 pairs
C h i 1 ds mis
matched Shos
Lot of mis
matched Wom
ens and Child3
Shoes
25 pairs
Womens Point
ed Toe J250
Kid Patent
Leather and
I3ox Calf Boots
sizes 2 to 4
7 pairs Wom
ens Canvas
top Bike Boots
sizes 3 7 8
IE pairs
Womens Kid
150 Boots
sizes 2A to 8
2 0 pairs
Womens Tan
and Black Kid
Oxfords 2 to
15 pairs
Boys 2 Fine
Shoes sizes 9
to 12
20 pairs
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K i d Dancing
Slippers sizes
G to 10VJ
7 Pairs 3 patent
leather Gaiters A width
5 to SV
7 Pairs Mens 1 Calf
Cork Sole Laced sizes
5 to 6i
14 Fairs 3 Mens Calf
and Kangaroo Gaiters
sizes 5 to 6
12 Pairs Mens 3 Calf
Oxford Ties sizes 3 to 6
20 Pairs Mens 2 50 to
350 Tenni3 and Bike
Shoes -sizes 5 to 8
Win Hahn Cos
Three Reliable Shoe Houses
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lirepruuf Fur Cohering 11 pes and 11 oilers
Slap for nooflcg Carpet Lining
Tar Pitches and Coal Tar iroducU
E B WARREN CO
27th and H Sts NW
rhone West 50
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100 A LARGE BOTTLE
SHOOMAKEKS
TENNESSEE WHISKEY
A tip top specific for throat
tnd luns affections Not merely
a mans whLAey but a fam
ily liquor safe and efficacious to
pive young or ok ft hen ailing
1 a bottle and to be had onljr
at the
Shoomakcr Co JnVsa
FOREMOST PR6F4TERS
Weve established our reputation as Taah
Ingtons rorcmost Printers by doing quick
accurate artutic work Ask for cstiniateJ
Kock bottom price
McGILL WALLACE fft
The Only Successful
Kfmcdy in the vorld for Bunions and Corns
Tr them when breaking in new shoe fatopd
pain instant Cures where all others fad
All lrcKUts and
J J GEORGES SON
1115 Pennsylvania Avenue N W
Chiropody and Manicuring
Thonc Main 2S1S 2
Aman is judged by his linen
Good Printlnff Gives tone to lour busi
ness 4OUIt PRINTING TALKS let it
talk for ou Roth our workmanship ami
prices will compare with any Send for
est una te on trial order Phone E lf 3 il
fhos D Evans Co 629 La Are
Lot 2
25c
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Lot of mis
matched Wom
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drens Shoes
2 0 pairs
Womens Last
1 n g Gaiters
damaged elas
ticssizes 3 to
0
1 pairs
Klondike Wom
ens House
Slippers sizes
3 to 8
12 pairs
Womens Sat
een slippers
sizes 1
to 6
10 pa I r 3
Womens Kid
and Quilted
Slippers sizes
2 7 and 8
Lot of Mens
and Womens
m 1 s m a t ched
Shoes
S nalrs Mens
J2 to 3 Gaiters
damaged elas
ticssizes 6 to
11
12 pairs
Mens Pointed
Toe Laced and
Oxfords
22 pa r3
Womens 150
t o 300 K 1 1
Boots sizes
to 8
2a p
Tan ani
Kid O
sizes 2
30
Boys
Tan
200
sizes
Bla
15
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18 pal
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C h i I ds 1
and 200 Nai
row - Width
Boots
20 Fairs Womens 250
Tan Boot3 sizes 2 to S
7 Pairs Womens 3
Tan Cloth Top Boots
sizes 2 to 3
12 Pairs Womens 150
and 2 Tan Boots sizes
2 to 4
9 Pairs Womens 2 50
Biko Boots sizes 3 to S
2S Pairs Womens 250
Black Kid Boots sizes
2 to 8
Cor 7ih and K
19141916 Penn Ave
233 Penn Ave S E
59c
for High Back
Cane Seat Oak
Chair has arm
worth Jl
89
for large Oak
Dining Room
Chair worth
J125
Gash or Credit
Mayer
Pettit
415 417 7th St
EGENT ton rn
SHOES OZiJU
The nobbiest and neatest Men Shoes Blacks
Shoe made
943 Pa Ave
Special Holiday Sale of
Trusses Less thai Cos
A full itock of Premium Trusses and Support
ers which lock highest award at late Tartj Ex
position a trifle tnlled ly handling tut cod u
new which well cell Iclow cost Alt ktndj ot
trusses for men women and chiUren for one ta
three dollars with the celebrated ttr pad Spe
cial department for ladirc
The Rorick Air Cushion Truss Co
1224 F St N W Second Fifljr
Phnne Fast iKinitoj j iuart bottM Brcntni ot
a Rnrr Coa famous Goliln Hop Uett foe
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