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THE TJMES, WASHINGTON, SPNJK4Y, DECEMBER 23, 1900. T li a T 1 i- vrrrrrn rrrn TT..T TiTtwTiif t i i i r HWtWHWmHtmmmMtMHMMnwMtMmM BON" MARCHE BONMABCHE OPEN EVENINGS BON MARCHE BON MARCHE - v- - iz The Old Cowshed in Hnymarfcct Square to Be Abandoned The CoiiuulniloiierM Decide Tluit the Bargains to Finish Out the Christmas List. Nothing could be mor e gratifying than the iinnjense crowds of buyers that hare thronged here all the past week. But the climax of the selling conies tomor IIiiIIdlnK Minll .Not lie Torn I)mvii row, We are readv to meet the occasion with all thatm demands. Plenty of salespeople to wait on you promptly and courteously plenty of goods to make your selec- Attorney Directed to Proceed In tions as easy as possible. These stocks have stood (lie strain of immense selling with unbroken forces in a manner that speaks volumes for the facilities of such a Co ml ruining: Property for Exten- store. We won't disappoint anybody. sion of leiiiij l ait In A enue. Prepared something unusual for you tomorrow almost unheal d of at such a time lists of goods at reduced prices and such, reduced prices. There's no question but that we can control the trade on our lines of gopds tomorrow. The question of replacing the old cow- The Greatest Bargain of shed on the haymarkct square or of f tearing it down has been under consider- ? Umbrellas at Sale Prices. Hair Bows. Hundreds of Hair Bows, made of Bric-a-br- ac and Fancy Goods Reduced ation by Commissioner Macfarland for This department needs no introduction to the careful buyers satin-bac- k velvet ribbon and dou- 25c Tobacco Jars $1.23 Vases , Opal 15c 75c Sets $3.50 Smokers' Tables 50c : Our Xmas Sale. scviral weeks. The shed, as has been mado clear by numerous complaints sent to the Commissioners and to the of Washington. It's known for the big values that emanate from it. Nothing less than marvelous the way we are selling umbrel- ble face satin ribbon. In black and all colors, to sell OQC for tj $1.40 Rookwood Vases $1.23 and $1.50 9Sc 98e ?Sc Mirrors 69c Triplicate Mirrors $1.00 Pictures, $2.48 ln..75c 75c 49c t Handsome Gold and Silver But $350 Upright pi ess, is not a Dt place In which to place las this Xmas. Join the throngs tomorrow. You won't find more terfly and Rose Hair Fleces $1.00 Terra Cotta Busts 69c $1.25 Pictures for 98c cattle cen temporarily. The shed is in acceptable gifts. for .50c 50c Collar and Cuff Boxes In Leather and Celluloid. 35c 50c Fancy Pictures and Medal- a fllthy condition and is so much out of lions .....39c Handsome Satin Ribbon Bows, PIANOS repair that It affords only the poorest shelter from the weather. Commissioner Macfarland in speaking Children's School Umbrellas about 500 of them to be sold to- morrow. In gloria, with natural Ladles' Fine. Taffeta Um- brellas, with princess handles, in horn, ebony, and. fancy trimmed handles case and tassel, f 1 "Q with gold and silver butter- - 7GC flies and roses, for Large Gilt and Silver But terflies and Roses for.. 98c XmaS CandieS-th- e Finest in Washington of the matter yesterday said that he had crook and tlo handles; fast (2 00 values for '1. 03 been trying to find out the history of the color. Regular 75c values, (JC Men's Taffeta Silk Um- Gift Gloves. 10c 19c 27c $155 building, as to who erected it or placed brellas, with fine boxwood and Or It where It is. He said It was necessary handles, trimmed In silver. CI ,10 Xo limit to what you may se- to ascertain this and otber facts before" Ladles' and men's Fine $2.00 values for - '1.40 lect In Gloves here. A stock that For Candies For Candles For Candies the Commissioners could act in the mat will cover your every want ter. He stated that no one seemed to Gloria Umbrellas, with steel rod, Men's Fine Taffeta Silk Umbrellas, with French horn, prices that will meet every need. worth 25c. worth 40c. worth 60c. know to whom the building belongs, and case, and tassel; silver trimmed 1- - whether It is municipal or Government .Ivory, buckhorn, and natural wood Fine Trench KV Gloves, with handles. In horn, Dresden, and x "Y7 ' taicd the Iwst bsrci'ins ot T property. He said that It was patent that natural. Sell for $1.50. handles, trimmed In silver and gold. Regular gusscted fingers fully guaranteed In black, white, and all colors. 1901 Calendars --the Finest Shown in Town X VV ,h" faIc 'or ,he ,ast- - w tare the building is unfit for use and that he i oroorrow 95c Jii.00 values for ., .52.98 Sell for $1.50 regularly. X js three of the tlieelnnt con- - would be In favor of tearing it down and .$1.09 j Xew I'prigljt Piano, of latest jI aetion, andfully a guaranteedml as to tone and ttruction. i last era M50 .Xmss bargain, removing it from the square. About a year ago similar complaints were made relative to the condition of Neckwear for Gifts. Fur Specials. Tomorrow (Boxed free.) Children's Lined Kid G". Books Were Never Cheaper. : X to wind up the tale with The finest collection we have Mittens, with fur tops the 1,000 children's books, bound in strong board covers. Sell this building and Commissioner Wight 98c .50c the for liUHf-p- t day ire cer had, we will let them co h- ."Si - f SS i.J ftf asked that Congress should appropriate enough money to pae the haymarkct ever shown. The pick of tho choicest of the new things the Children's Fur Sets for. $1.00 kind, for Ladies' and Misses' Black Silk for 8c usually Tomorrow-- . 4c best the fashion centres know. Mitts, lined throughout 50c OCC Also federal ?40O nearly new Upright square and to piovlde a suitable shed for housing the animals which It is necessary And at special prices tomorrow, Mink Scarfs, with 6 large talis the regular $8.00 kind, to SA 7C kind, for J The works of the standard poets nicely bound in padded Prayer Books Tianoj at $225. to keep Jhere at times for longer or too. go for 't.U Boys' and Men's Wool 25c leather covers, with gilt edges. A and Bibles. snorter periods. Congress, however, did Pompadour Ruches, In black. Gloves special charming book to give. $1.50 OQC X with accordcon pleated edition, for OJ A $L50 set of Prayer Book and On $6 Monthly Payments. t not make the appropriation and the mat- ter was left as before. Whenever the Commissioners In the onus Lace Collars, in Point, Venice, .98 Muffs as low as. 98c Ladies' and Elizabeth and Her German 25c Garden. Special at Hymnal, leather bound, gilt QCC edge. Special for tomorrow. past have considered the matter of re moving the building, they have been met Renaissance, and Arabian worth $1.48 and Jl.SS, for. .98c Aprons. Children's Coats. When Knighthood wax in QIC Flower. Special Monday only BRADBURY Ladies' Coats in black, tan, $1.23 leather bound Bibles, teach- i Factory Ware Rooms, with protests from the market men who make use of the shed. They have made representations to the Commissioners that they would be subjected to hardship if de- Hemstitched Silk Scarfs, 2 yards long, in black, white, and all col ors. Sell for 69c usually. Tomorrow 49c Women's Gingham Aprons, 10c with borders, for navy, and castor, that sell 51 I Q for $0.50, for tomorrow.... Misses' Automobile Coats In tan '"'"J Floral classics and religious books, bound in white with sliver trimmings. 23c always. To- - 1 QC morrow I ers edition, with maps, helps, and references; turn over edge, gilt over red edges, for., OQC prived of the shed altogether. If It Is re White Lawn Aprons, trimmed with tucks and embroidery, with Hare collar and cuff, $18 coats, for tl O Cfl 'IJ.JU Ave. moved they want It replaced by a Commissioner Macfarland said Dress Skirts. and some extra large Aprons TCC with bibs. 39c values, for,.. - Children's Coats In a variety of A.U.LU.V. the trouble had always been that the Commissioners had no money with which to build again. They have none Handsome Taffeta Silk Dress Skirts, tucked all over and trim- med with velvet ribbon. S"Q QO Fancy Aprons with fluted 19c styles, smooth and rough cloths, with and without cape col- lar. Sold for $5, $6. $7, and 1 O Bon Marche, Seventh Street said, $12 values, for 'J.JO ruffle and ribbon, for $S, for -- . J.IO HOLIDAY FOOD SUPPLIES now. hethe oldand If down It will be nec- to tear shed it is finally decided essary to leave the space now occupied - 'Cfrc-4VOO400- , by It bare. Mr. Macfarland said that some of the NOT KNOWN IN WASHINGTON. compression, and determined the inclina- FINDERS OF POCKETBOOKS. market men had suggested a compromise. The Washington Markets Well By niacins the cattle where the horses are kept and by abandoning the cowshed, 3IIh Morcmi I'rulmbly Gnve Kll- - OBSERVATIONS OF IMS tion of the axU of the planet to its orbit. 2. Schroeler made an cx.ended A Xcir Hole- - Xot on the IIIIIx of A WINTER CRUISE Stocked for Christmas. study of the planet. His drawings are, 31atince 1'crforninnceiv. it would be possible to give the cows bet- tldoiiM amc mill Atlilrt'fth. upon the whole, rather better than those ter shelter. But this Is met by the propo- "JIIss Morgan, of Washington," the of Herschel. He discovered, among other (From the Xew York Sun.) IN SUMMER WATERS sition on the part of others that there Views of AstroiioiucrsGRcgai'ding things, the very dark spots which are Two young won.cn went to a matinee last name given by a young woman who on The ame Mij.pl "kot nx Great n In weather. no place for the horses in bad last Thursday cleverly swindled a Brook will be lately engaging the attention of astrono- Wednesday and on coming out after the To Jamaica, (nbont tiro weclttc Former PaHon Knrl 1'roxt Semis lyn dry goods firm out of furs valued at the Interestiii,.Sfar. mers, and which are now supposed to be performance one of them missed her k. npecinl trip) ami nil polnta u northern and equatorial seas'. He, how- She rushed hack to the theatre I'll tlie l'rleex on Cnrilen TrncL In conference with Capt Lansing IL $729, docs not appear In the Wishlngton ever, supposed them to be clouds. and made a search for her missing proper- the Caribbean Sea by the com. Beach, the Engineer Commissioner, yes- ty. Xo pocketbook was found. moillonn ntcamcrn of the The Malls AlfiiiKlnntly Mipnlled terday afternoon, Mr. Macfarland decided dirctory and the police know of no such Tlie TlicorlcM nf Glmrninil Sclilnpn-rel- ll 1S40. Beer and Mapdler published the VIIU Turkejo, Chiekeiix niul Onekn to adopt for the present the compromise person. It lb thought that the name proposition. Thli will require the removal given was a fictitious one. I'lMin (lie Cnnitls 4li- - I'lnnet first map of the planet, assigning lati- tudes and longitudes to the various mark- n Source of ftrent Attraction to ings. Ou this map are indicated the Crst "Oh. I know It's gone," she said des- pairingly, as she walked up the aisle. "Somebody found It and stole, it," said -- ATLAS LINE- - of the horses from the shed and permit I.ravliiji Xcvr "'; There was, however, nothing fictitious small lakes, Yorfe. v canals and Solent iNtH rickeriufr'K CIironoIoKl-c- so many of the firsthave the her friend sympaihetically. of " everj-Satnnlay- The week Just passed has been a busy V" ' In the manner In which "Miss Morgan" nl which been discovered Standing in the rear of the theatre was Sendfor II. one in the Washington markets. The tha question seemed best to the Commls-housewl- worked the merchant in the City of fe H!ntor of" Oltncrvnf fonn. during the last Agathodaemon canals few years. The a nicely dressed woman who had been luNtrnted. booklet &, free. has purchas- - sloners under the circumstances, as It Churches out of two of his finest sealskin arc Xectar and and por- watching the two girls In their useless lng' ... presents turned from the L to the stalls of the mar . J ltl ... -- 1,1 .....: ., .1.- - i ..mi mum tciiiug uuwii me DuiiuiDK or bacque3 and a muff. Last Thursday she tions of Hades and Tartarus. The lake search. About $5 Per Day Defrays All Expenses kets. where, replete in their dress of erecting a new one. Tho old cowshed will visited a big dry goods store on Fulton It i3 probable that" the amrenomer whose Is Lacus Phoenicia. Their map Is the first "Did you lose anything? the woman ask- now remain unused. satisfactory representation of the whole ed as the girls "came.-up- . P1M, FGRWOOD & KELLOGK, evergreen and berries, are toothsome Street In that city and in a short time name Is most, closely Jinked alth the plan- surface of the planet. The- only region- "Yes, my pocketbook," said the victim of such as no other "iVlcIor II. Escb, of 1414 Maryland Ave- had complicated the, salesman who waited et Mars at the prescat-ttn- te Is Giovanni which previous Observers hail clearly dis- her own excitement. Gcneul Agcnt. market in this country affords. With the nue northeast, reepntly wrote to the Com- upon her. She told him that she had come SchiapareTll: and yet, although nearly tinguished was In the vicinity of the Syr-t- is "Is this It?" enquired the woman, hold- IT Stnte St., JEW YonK, truck farmers and hunters of Mary missioners requesting permission to place all the way from Washington to buy a has heard of Schnparelil's canals, Major. ing out a handsome pocketbook with a sil- land and Virginia close at hand, the a sign on the fence crossing the parking sealskin saeque and a muff for "mamma's very few astronomers, even outnide of the colors exhibited bya the planet. ' 185S. Sccchl made careful study of ver monogram between the premises named and 1416. Christmas." She picked out two saeque? France and Italy, "had "until recently more The voung woman who had lost her purse Washington markets enjoy the distinction The Engineer, in considering the mat- and a muff, a total value of $739. for 1S52. Lockyer mads the first series of replied thrt It was not In despairing tones. of being the best In the world. ter, has recommended that Mr Esch be which she tendered In payment a check. than a very vague notion what were real- Although the turkey .Is hardly as sym- - informed that it Is impossible for the She was informed that the firm never ly bis ideas In regard to them. These the- I really good sketches of the planet, show- ing all the characteristic forms with "Well, I have two others,' said the wom-n- "Describe the one you lost. Perhaps n. VIN MARIAN. bollcal of Christinas as It is of the last Commissioners ..nt permit the t erection of accepted checks from strangers. to She ories of the learned Italian are now, how- which we are now so familiar. His draw- havo It." 1rnp fn n.... . , .1 Thursday in November, jet it Is generally ; l0Hed by the bunding regulations. He brightened up when the salesman said ever, attracting a good deal of attention give the first Indication of the appearance ings, and those of the other observers, Tho girl described her missing property, World Famous Marian! Tonic . that he would send the goods to the among several of the scientists at the Na- of the central branch In the Y, so called whereupon the woman drew from a muff the piece do resistance of most Christmas further recommends that Mr. Esch be Pierropont House, where she told him she val Observatory, and Mars is becoming an by the lest porketbook and handed it to tho and, consequently, an Item of formed that the Commishloners j cannot Whs staying. She said that this arrange- Secchl. girl. So surprised wa's the" "young woman importance in the mind of the housewife ' m?ie exceptions In one case and refuse ment would be delightful, for she could object of especial interest. 1SC4. Dawes discovered eight or ten of at lt3 unexpected return that she hurried- Its good effects are Immediate and last- ho is calculating tho cost of the feast. other .similar applications, and they can- show them to "papa.1' Many popular errors arp said to exist the canals. ly took It and wltn a "Thank you," left the Turkeys are now more plentiful, in bet not, therefore, depart from the regulation then articles were accordingly a little upon the subject of the The 1S67. Hugglns detected canals of presence of water vanor lines due to the theatre with her friend." ing. It is also very palatable, agreeable to ter condition, and cheaper, so the poultry rcganang toe location of signs as con- In the spectrum After the two were on the street again the taste, and acceptable to the most deli- oeaiers say, tnan they hav been at the tained In the building regulations. later sent to the Pierropont House, where Mars, derived from accounts. of Mars. they began to wonder how that woman holiday season for several jears past. "Miss Morgan" was waiting. She took Thus, many people suppose that Schla- - 1S67. Proctor determined the period o cate stomach. The Engineer Commissioner has asked the boxes with the remark that sho would parelli was the original discoverer of thoso rotation of Mars within 0.1 second. come to have t'jiee lost pocketbook In All Druggists. Refuse Substitutes. - Last week. In some of the markets, they her possession. They havo been think- were quoted as low as 10 cents per pound. his associates on the Board to instruct show them to "papa" and would return extraordinary objects, which have led to 1S7. Hail discovered the two satellites ing It over ever since, and. with Sherlock Yesterday found the price ranging be- the Attorney of the District to begin upon In a short time. of Mars. Holmes Ingenuity, they have decided that XMAS PRESENTS tween 12 and 15 cents. the proceedings for the condemnation of The messenger waited an hour and then the conclusion that the habitation of Mars 1S77. Green made a very excellent scries sho Is a professional pocketboot finder, The stretch of cold weather that has property, etc., for the opening of Pennsyl- went to the room and rapped on the door. by being3 of a high intellectual order Is, to of drawings of the planet superior to any- who goes to a matinee every Wednesday prevailed in the vicinity of Washing vania Avenue southeast as toon as prac- There was no answer, and he entered to say the least, very possible. Schlarpar-cl- ll thing which had preceded them. and every Saturday, and as she comes FOR YOUNG AND OLD. ton "has put the birds Into fine condition ticable. find the room deserted. "Miss Morgan" never claimed to be the original dis- 1S77. Schlaparelll made the first exten- out of the theatre looks for pockctbooks and made It possible for them to be kept Acting upon the surcstion of the Board The madegoods exit through a loss of door. coverer of the canals. As a matter of fact, planet, and added veryfthe surface ofnum- had her another sive trlangulation o the on the floor. These young women say for a considerable time In storage with- dry firm figures $729. largely to the "A Bird In a Gilded Cage ia 1 Beautiful Sht out the effect of age becoming noticeable. ordered of Charities, the Commissioners have some of them appear upon maps of the ber of known canals. that there never was a matinee in the to See and nothing- U more suitable than a fine Singing Canary, a Parrot and Cage, or an Aqaar-iu- that the order of June 26, 1K0, TEKRORIZED BY BANK BOBBERS. planet published more than fifty years ago. 1S79. ScbiaparcllI world where at least two women didn't with Cold Fishes, for a Christmas Gift. M" In order to avoid the turkey famine that delected the germina- lose their pocketbooks. They are firmly sometimes ensues on Christmas Eve when allotting to the Woman's of Association the balance Union Cbristim Tho former English incredulity in the mat- ter reems the more strange, since many of tion cf Xllus, the first known double canal. convinced that tho woman of the three have the most extensive aortmect of Birds, the market has been swept clean by early the relief of the poor, to be the fund for IIiiriOurN I'nll to I, nut a 1&!2. Schlaparelll dlscjvered numerous Parrot?. Gold Fishes Rabbits, Pigeons, Dogs, buyers, many l.ousenlves and butlers, res- amended so !afc at Mml-- " the canals were seen by Dawes in 1SCI, double canals, and announced that the ap- pockctbooks makes it her business to cor- Etc, south of New kork, and would be glad to taurant and hotel keepers, have their be to provide that the sum of $100 shill as lnofl, Ohio, and by Burton and Dreyer in 1S79. Schla-parc- pearance formed one of the characteristic lli ral pocketbooks and other missing prop- haTe jcu yisit our open from ":30 allotted to the said association, ?nd erty as she comes out, and then stand a. cl. to 10 p. m. GEXEVA, Ohio, Dec. 22. Bank robbers anybody has discovered far more canals than phenomena of the" planet. . turkeys and will keep the birds In mid In the lobby awaiting the return the storage till Christmas day. Chickens are that the balance of the appropriation for terrorized the village of Madison last elEC, and he is also th. discoverer No very Important results have been ar- losers. If the losers do turn up she may In as good supply as turkeys, and ere the relief of the poor be held subject to of their germination. rived at since tho last date, but astrono- Schmid's Emporium of Pets, quoted at practically the same figures. future recommendations of the Board of night. There Is but one bank In tbo The following brief chronological state- mers arc hopeful of proving or disproving be lucky enough to get a reward. I$n any Game Is rather scarce and consequently Charities. plac;. While they were operating, Oliver ment of the more important facts and dis- the existence of animal life upon Mars. event, she stands a chance of making something and losing nothing, not even 71212th St. N.W. 'Phone 2491-- Smead, a resident, passed the building coveries relating to our neighbor In space, 2. pretty high. In the Central Market yes- Barry Bulkier, Secretary a moment's sleep from a bad conscience. terday there were a few deer and several ness Mtn's Association, has of the Busi- forwarded to on his way home, about midnight. He compiled by the eminent American as- NEWS FROM: ALEXANDRIA. bears at the booths I the game dealers. the Commissioners a resolution passed was shot at by a masked man, who tronomer William II. Pickering, are not without interest: Venison and bear when procurable quote by the association at lis last meeting, emerged at 25 cents per pound. Some of the deal- relating to requiring householders to pro- from behind a tree, and sur- ers dislike to sell their venison by the vide metallic cans for ashes, garbage, etc. rounded by three others, who bound and of Mars is recorded In Ptolemj's Alma- 272 B. C. The first known observation ALEXANDRIA, Dec. 22. .Mrs. J. E. Dameron, residing at 213 South Fayette -- :::: gest. Street, today complained at the pound, however, and often dispose of an The resolution is: entire hind to hotel keepers and the chefs gagged him and led him to a 'coal shed "That the Commissioners bo reques.cd In the rear of the bank building. Smead discovered by Galileo. 1010 A. D. The phases of Mars were that she had missed a number of police-statio- n Open Monday Evening;. of the large clubs. to amend regulations requiring house- had left his watch and purse at home, household articles and suspected a colored Small game Is rather scarce, but what holders tothe provide separate metallic cans and although every pocket was searched, detail was made by Huygens. 1639. The first sketch showing enrface girl who was employed as a servant as Is on the market is first class in quality. for ashes, garbage, and waste paper He also the guilty party. She stated that the girl to the robbers found nothing. suggested a rotation In twenty-fou- r Now for a Bay A brace of canvas back ducks cannot be As he entered the shed ho heard thp hours. had left her house shortly before for the be removed whenever kept in separate Casslni determined dynamite at the safe and of Mars to take place in the rotation Washington and Ohio depot. Lieutenant 16C6. procured for less than $5. Mallards bring receptacles capable of being handled, but $1.50 per pair, while red heads cost that ashes be and cxploslon-j- if twenty-fou- r Smith as at once despatched to the de- also heard a buggy passing. In twice as much. I'rairle chickens are more houses as well removed from business th. Rev. W. T. Culp, pastor of the it was hours and forty minutes. He also ob- as from private resi- Meth- pot, where he found the girl. Sho was served the polar caps, or huge masses of arraigned before Mayor Simpson, who plentiful than on Thanksgiving, and com- odist Church. Two of the men left Smead snow at the poles, and he distinguished mand $1.50 a brace. Quail are plentiful dences." and ran after the buggy, firing several on the disk of the planet, near the termi- fined her flO, and in default of the pay- at $3 per doren. The Commissioners all the stalls and sell for 15 to 20 cents of his request for the remission of penal- have informed W. shots. The horse became frightened and nator, a white spot advancing Into the ment sho was sent down for thirty days. There are plenty of rabbits hung up at Clarence Duvall that after an investigation ran away, allowing Culp to escape. dark portion, and representing, as he says, had been employedIs Ly Mrs. Dameron she This frightened the robbers, and Smead a mountainous ircgularlty of surface. The girl's name Alice N'eals and for of the each, according to size. A few opossum ties and interest on tax for the year 1SS1, heard them say that they must hustle some time and was always regarded as also adorn the market. Oysters, fish, and against sub lot 21, square 220, that they and clear out. Another charge of dyna- 1777. With the exception of Huygens, trustworthy. At the time of her arrest Hooke, and possibly Maraldi, no one suc- shellfish command the usual unvarying can find no valid reason that would war- prices. Florida and California oranges are be- ginning to show on the markets In good rant a compliance therewith. Uy order of the Commissioners. John W. he had awakened, and the supply and command from 25 cents per Bright has been appolr ted additional pri- mite was fired, but the Innir vault of the ceeded In making rccogqizable sketches cf the girl, who Is about eighteen years old. safe remained intact. Culp was heard the surfice detail upon Mars for over a had purchased a ticket for Lcesburg. and j approaching with a number of citizens century, until Sir William Herschel took nlso had her trunk checked for that place, ceeded In making their escape. It Is robbers suc- the matter up in this year. 17S3. Sir William Herscbfl detected the ,iier ueiug uruugui iu ine siauon sne gold searched and a gold watcbchaln, a was J Greatest Furniture dozen upward. Pineapples are not very vate of the Metropolitan Police Forte, for thouqht they boarded a Xickel Plate train. variations of the szo 'of, jthe polar snow-cap- watch, and a s $3 In change were pocketbook containing about plentiful, and the quality Is not always duty In connection with his cmplojment by Tlmy secured no booty. found in her possession. with tho seasons, measured the polar Mrs. Dameron identified these goods as They sell from 25 to 75 cents L. S. Xlcolai in the naphtha street lighting the best. each. The apple crop this year is very service. poor and the only good apples on the The Commissioners have ordered that J. market are shipped from Xew York. The Edward Cooper, Joshua Gibson, Henry What's in a name? her property. A skirt worn by the girl, valued at J5. was recognized by the com plainant as her property. Judge J. K M. Norton, of the Corpora Sellim fruit Industry Is a one in Eugene K. b. tion Court, has been asked by Judge Wal- Maryland and Virginia, and it is only at Henry Suydam, Pinkney, Joseph Robinson. A good deal, if uualitv is implifd. as in We purpose making tomorrow the best and greatest daj-o- f u lace, of tho Corporation Court of the close of the most favorable season James E Young be Henry Williams, appointed watchmen In and to preside at the trial of W. A. all. that the product Is equal in quality to the smallpox service at the rate of $2 ptr that ol tho Empire State orchards. The diem each, payable from the appropriation choice stock of Baldwins and Bellflovters to prevent the spread of contagious dis- sell for $2.50 and $4 per barrel. A severe eases, and tho said watchmen are also ap- frost early In November pointed as additional privates In the Po- played havoc with tho produce of the lice Department for duty in connection QT Little, who was recently Indicted for with- holding, funds belonging to a client. The case is set fcr trial January 8. Mrs. Jennie Miller, widow of William Miller, died at her residence, 14C3 Prince Street, this morning, of cancer. The fu- We've looked through the stock and selected six specials which we have marked below cost for tomorrow. If you've still gifts to bin this will be the opportunity to make the purchafees at the greatest saving. truck gardens, and as a consequence the with their services In the Health Depart- neral will tako place tomorrow afternoon public is paying from 10 to 20 per cent ment. at o'clock, and y;lll be private. For Monday only: more for vegetables of the perishable The funeral of the late Timothy Des- The CommIsloncrs have Informed An variety than they would had normal con- ditions governed the production of the drew Geddes, Chief Clerk of tho Depart- mond, whose death occurred In Fairfax County on Wednesday last, took place from $7.00 Morris Chairs, $5.00. crop. Celery Is In light supply and ment of Agriculture, who recently re- St. Mary's Catholic Church this morning. quotations are steadily rising. At pres- quested the removal of garbage from the ent the market price Is $1 per dozen chemical laboratory, that same, the contractor Rev. II. J. Cutlar oiliciated. The remains were Interred In Mount Olivet Cemetery, $2.50 Gold Reception Chairs, $1.90. has agreed to remove the bunches. lettuce, whole and sound. Is hereafter his wagons will and that Wahinglon. selling at top prices. collections at tho Division of Chemistry make regular The school teachers and other city $7.00 Ladies' Desks, $5.00. for that purpose. This is a fine old Maryland Itye Whisky bottled ex- - were paid their December salaries tolay. The nest and Edward Coleman presr-l- by myself and guaranteed for Mrs. George R. Hill and daughter. Miss $5.50 Ladies' Desks, $4.00. ' surest remedy the Commissioners has been regukvlons that the advised by Melissa, this afternoon delightfully en- Age, Flavor, and tertained a large number of guests at PU CELEBRATED 5 ' for any stom- will not allow him to keep a box outside ach trouble is of his ftorc, at Xew Mellowness. the'r residence, 617 South Washington $4.00 Rockers, $3.00. the Bitters. X Street northwest, asJersey Avenue him. requested by aud Street. This excellent medicine nev- John O'ICecfe, the occupant of the C. II. Crlttcnton, President of the Flor- ence Crlttcnlon Mission, will conduct $3.00 Rockers, $2.00. er falls to cure Constipation, farm, a portion of which was re- cently purchased by the Commissioners ftup-pe- rt One Dollar for full Quart Bottle. evangelistic services 'at the Roberts Chapel M. E. Church, colored, tomorrow for the site of the proposed municipal mornln.t. Wash B. Williams, Indigestion, hospital, has been Informed that he will TCep a bottle of "OLD PTJKIRIMA" in the bouse, as it is Tho city postoffice will bo opened to- Dyspepsia, be allowed to occupy tho tract until such eminently good for medicinal purposes. morrow (Sunday) from 9 to 10 o'clock. Biliousness, time as the Commissioners notify him to St. Paul's and Christ Church Sunday vacate, on condition that he pay a month- schools will hold their Christmas enter- Liver and Kidney Troubles. ly rental of $25. By order of the Commlssoners the Elec- Win. Cannon, 22527 7th St. N.W. 1 tainments in their respective parish halls on Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock. R. L. Brockett et al. have Bold to the 7th and D Sts. 1 JITTERS trical Engineer Is directed to Install four Try It and be gas lamrs on D Street Lctwccn convinced. and Fifteenth Streets northeast. Tbiricnth Robert Portncr Brewing Company a lot on the north side of Pendleton Street, be- tween St. Asaph and Pitt Streets. 'I"t"2,I"i"I"I'"I"hrlI"I' t!