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THE EVENING TIMES, , 2EUESD.AX OCTOBER 15, 18rJ.
is worth a visit from
an artistic point of view
alone. The wonderful va
riety of design the beauti
ful combinations of colors
the soft effects of the wool
all tend to delight the eye
and well repay a visit.
In our Drapery Depart
ment we are showing lovely
lace effects in Curtains and
designs in Cotton
and Silk Face Tapestries.
It is needless to say that
our prices are the lowest in
Wash. B, Williams,
7th and D Sts.'
iti:ciiAnrrrc kai.i. in line.
Citilliluioiif.lv Atlopt ltf.oliitioiis III
domluir Tin Tlino.
The Grand Tent uf the Independent Order
of Kcchahiic:, last night niii'i.iiiM.c.illj,
3iiatiimoulv, mm i inlit.i.i.i.lio:iU IndtirMil
The Times .mil .-iiilaudcd its cl forts in
he half nf WaMllllglou
Tlie oiriicrs ol Hie gr.ind lent paid a
fraiernat. &e:nl anuii.il viMi;:liou to fo
luniliu 'lent, No. 1, in II. e hull at the
corner nf Kmt-liciilh Int-i and I'cnni!
v.inia avenue l.n-l nlghl llerorc the grind
one cautllcintc and iron-icm! routine liut
ti ni olficr Kiuk il.. true tl.e tint initiated
Tlie 1hn1. and properl nf the irnt wi ro 1
round to lie in gom iiuiiiiuoti .inn iiieient
ii. reported fair, as to secret work.
Columbia 'Jtiit, No. 1, lad He follow
line member. preent: P. OToole, J. Cur
ren, I. l'a-m, E. Tcmnlcj. H. w. Maun,
Thomas Hpllllian, .loiepll Kldncll. J. ti.
Sul!i.in, l.d warn IViMi, 'William Mclsh,
and John WcNh.
George (.'. IhuinpMiii Tent. Xo. y, uas
represented In A. K. Ilelt, W.tlli r Kihiti..ii,
1 u. i-.pi, Henry Aiieni t. ji. rowers,
Willi. tin Hooiiey.iud II. I!. Hole.
Hitler Tent, X". ID, w.ih represented by
Hubert W. .luliir-cii. I. I'pperiiun, William
It. Joliiivin, Kd. Mu-rs, 8. Schiller, I'd.
Waters. William Ltii, William i'lirnliart
and William Water". .
Auai-ostia Tent, No. 1 CIS. tta represented
by L'lt.irle-, :. IUjiI"!!. liiiirge O. Webster,
(i. C. (jerlin.ni. .1 K.il'..l. Sullivan, J. W.
Jacks I. II DoiiyaiiilO.W.KiiRc.jr.
Uiii'in Tent. No. 7, was repr"sMited by
J. IJ. Adams. J II. Goodwin, .1. F. Iljney,
J. I.. MlfCk.clW.llld C K.SliecUells.
A7ro liofl repic-ciitcd C.iiiiinack Tent,
ISjieecliefi -re made durinr the ewnniir
by T. II. Timers, Waller Kobliison, J C.
Isl. Williulii K(Mny. .1. Foley. Arm l-ofr,
it. W- .IoIiiimhi. A K.I lei 1,1 huh Seen tjryj.
II.Dniiv. JohiiMeli-li.ind.l. I) Adams.
The follow Ins resolution was unanimously
"Krsolved. Tl.al we indorse til" W.ili
i Melon Tunes In its efforts to better the
morals of tlie community and urge our
ni-Miiberslup tosiipport Hiepaper."
coi.uiti:i citi.i:ns coNFnit.
Tltey Wunt a .seliool TriiMccslHi) nml
Opiiiisi it Wliipiilnir 1om.
The niiiubvrsof Hie houth Washington
Protective and Ittlief Associalion held a
incelins last nisht In the First Itaptist
Cliurch of South Washington, at which
several imporlantstibjis tswere discitsscsl.
The coinnilttce which waited on the
Commissioners to urge the appointment
or the Uev. II. C. Roliliwin as a trustee to
represent thei Itiyens or .-.outh Washisiuii
submitted its report Ihrougli the Itev. Air.
Clark, who said that the iutinori.il and
petitions in the Commissioners had hciu
presented to them, and thai the had ircm
isedtoKivethesHbxlproiii romMili ration.
.several othir subjixls were .discussed,
and then the iiiiesiion or tin iiistiiuti;i or
the whipping post In the District was
IUkCU up. Itemaiks wire made bv ltev. .1.
T. Cl.uk. President Itobinsou and Mr. It
II Ke They epressi.j tin ins. Ives r oii
posed lo Hie ri--i'siablistin( nt or Hie whip
ping pot. and thought that only the negro
vvvuM be thesiiifererif it was isiatilisiicd,
astliewhiteoirendi rs wouldiH-apcit.
J!OTl'I.i:itS' ASsliMHLV alKKTINfi.
Anpliciil lloiw for Meinberslilp still
Continue to Come In.
Bottling Hoase Knlplojes' Assembly 1331,
X. of L.. held an f iitliusiastic and well
tended session Sunday. Seven new mem
bers were Initiated and applications for
membership were rcivivcil from ten oihi rs.
A imuuni-c of one rrom eacJi shop was
appointed to formulaic bvliws.
It was deiided to extend the tune for
admittance under the iJ'.irlir for one
M-eek further, and it is hoicd that every
cmplorc or the Uniting houses will take
advantage or the invilat ion extended and
be pre-ent al the neJ uieiluig of the as
sembly, net .Sunday, at No. 600 F street
northwest, ,it 11 a.m.
All those desiring to Join arter noxt
Sunday will be rctppilrcd to jiay the regu
lar Initiation fee ot $2.
Anotlii-r Cable Car Collision.
Seventh street grip car No. 22. about 1
'clock se.tcrilay afternoon, ran into a
horse nttaihcd to a light wagon andownisl
by T. Orasij.of No. 1510 ijcveuUi sln-ct
The horse had lieen left standing near
the curb, ami hud turned across the tivirk
when the car lame along. Tlie fender
of the car was demolished in the col
lision and the horse thrown down and
As usual the great NEW YORK CLOTHING
HOUSE iires the first gun of the Fall Season, and high
prices cver3'wliere will come toppling down like game
before the good marksman and we are ahvaj-s first-class
shots at high prices we bring them down. Our motto
has alwa3's been
AND LOW PRICES
and we have consistently lived up to it to the great
saving of the People.
Our Men's Suits at FIVE DOL
LARS, single or double breasted,
are positively the best values We
have ever offered.
Our Men's $7.50 and $10 Suits
are elegant Dress Suits, strictly all
wool and guaranteed in every re
spect. A very full and complete line of fine Boys'
and Children's Clothing at Prices that are abso
lutely and positively the lowest priced in the city.
Remember llial every garment sold by us is
guaranteed 7r money is al-xays refunded in
any case of dissatisfaction. ,
A personal inspection is cordially invited
you need not buy.
NEW YORK CLOTHING
311 7th St. N. W.
TUCKER AGAIN PRESIDENT
Northeast Citizsns Indorse
Leadership by Ke-sleotion.
Olhor Officer. Selected and lienewed
Finite Miide to FiitUt ttao
Annual election Mas the order for 'he
Norilieasf W.islilnston t'itizem' Awda
lion last ni-jlit. All otflcere, except the
secreiarj, l'o declined, were re-elected.
Mr. Samuel Bowerbulli! as made secre
tary. In o.enins Hie lut-ellng 1'resiii.ent Tucker
referred to Hie ntint iiccident on Man
kind avenue, by which a. Mirct car ao
wrecked in . on-ii.ucnte of tl.e rorklnc of
the railroad car-, llieriv He -said the. ac
cident had not led to a leieim and the
danger Mas as f-reat now as tcr.
The resignation of Walter A. Joluison
from the position nf t haiinian of tLutom
mitte uas accepud. Ills reason Mas 1Ii.it,
lie was no longer n pniKri holder In the
Kii Hon of officers was then taken up.
President Tucker tailed Vice President
Iturke to the chair. Mr. Ilurke Udtntnatcd
Presldei't Tinker lor ri-el.xt ion.
Mr. Josiaii Mihard noinin.ited MaJ. I'nrkc
and .iil in his oplrlon Presdent Tinker
liad overdone the matter or n-Riilitin?
the railroad. Ore result of the (iinllnii.il
liKlitini; the jallroad was that ccrlody
thoiislii It dniiKeroiis to live in the North
cast iisause ol the unproti i ted rallro id
irossiiij-s, while very little had been ac
isnnplistied towanl lessuiinu tliedaiier.
.Mr lairing t'happel secon Ird the uoiiiiii.i
tioii of Mai. Iturke. an J Air. II. 11. Martin
that or Mr. Tinker. He saij he tl'ous-lit
Mr. Tucker had made no niistnke In his
llRht af-alnst unirnux.ted cnssini;s and
niuili ;ooJ had been done.
The oie stnod: Tinker. 24: Burke. 8.
The vote was made unanimous ua motiou
of Major Ilnrkc.
llliou motion of Mr. Martin, the sei rotary
as! Hie ballot of tins assoiUtion for Major
Burke for Iie prc-sldMit.
Tor sis n'liirv, Messrs F. A. riaiiruin.
R. Sowi-rbutts, j. B. Altaic, and Mark
Joseph were nominated. Mr. Algate de-
liu.sl. Is. cause hu would not be able to
alleud to the business.
'Hie batlol stood howirbtitts 10, Joseph
lo. Mr. Miwerbutts was thin by aiilama
tiou riiaiiimoiisly eletlcil.
L'pon uiotion Ml A. II. I. Hulstrui. treas
urei: and John It. Colvin, fliaiui.il sec
retary wire ro-clcitcil by acslnniatimi.
For execiltlxe collllliIHis Messrs. J. K
Alirate, W. .1. I'rirell, II. II. Martin. N. U.
Kins ami i;. Iialr.Miipie M-cre ciettvi.
Mpssrs. Itose, Frick. i nil Carter were iloiuiii
atcd but deiliinsl. SeM'ral oti-t weroiist
In the .i I lot Hiir for Messrs. Millard, Chapped
and T. W. Binith.
DON'T .MIND ASSESSMENTS.
OIilo DeniocriitsSiy Tliey Are Wlllliiir
to Help Win itt Home.
Interstate Democratic headquarters. No.
1:128 New York avenue, and discussed the
iuetlnti of registration and vol'ng at the
coining election. Mr. John II. Dickson pre
sided ivilh Mr. It.T. Haker as secretary.
The Democrats, here of this State hive
already nude some arrangements for leave
October 18 and 28 ndded to the list and
ror this pi rposetheco mini tteeoiitranspo rta
Uoii will call again on.tlic railroad people.
'1 In: discussion ot all maiieis ws
private. It was stated, however, that Hie
assessment orcinploves was not one or the
subjects dlcusseil. There was determin
ation, however, expressisl to do what could
be done to aid in the big Denmcra tic v Ictory
which Is looked ror In the liuckcye .State
LAW TUElit ItLCOUIlsE.
Soutli WiiNliliiizton Clt (reus "Will Fiulit
A meeting of the Soutli Washington Clli
zens' Association was last night hild, a
peritiaiicnt organization effisuisl. a con
stitution adopted and n-gular sessions will
h-roaiter lie held on the first Mondav in
each month. Officers will be elected at
Hie next incctlilg.
A number of bitlir speeches were made
in oppositinn to the minatory, which the
Conimisioiiers tm'pose to erect at the fiKit
of South Capitol street. Aliout S500 has
been raised to i ngage counsel to make a
legal light agiinst the treinatory. Presi
dent Winter said a plan for procedure had
been arranged, bat could nut at thLs lime
tie made p ihlle.
No obleclloii will be made to removing
the rubbish, and about 200 men arc now
engaged on I hat work. The statement was
made tnat all those who had signed peti
tions protesting against the plant, had
lieu rerustd employment In rcmovfn;
Held Kilt the Inquest Wus
Deputy Coroner Oluzcbrook performed an
autopsy yt sterday arternoonon the body ot
Olhe Tailor, the Gcorgitown colored man
who died last Wednesday uight at the
Kmergency Hospital, Irom the efrects of in
juries inflicted Uioa him bv John Lucas,
also colored, during a drunken row.
It was intindisl by Coroner Hammctt to
hold an inquest as soon as the result or the
autopsy was known, but as Lucas, who ,s
conriaed in the Jail, hart not been sent rrom
there to the Tenth precinct station bouse,
where It was lo be hild, it was postponed
until late this afternoon.
The autopsy siiowisl Hint Taylor bad been
guttering from bra in trouble, and also had
pneumonia when he died, bjt it will not
be known until after the inquest wl thcr
either oT these was the primary cause of
Cnest and l'ookctbook Gone.
A neatlv dressed young man called nf
the house of Mrs. Duniurs.No. 128 A street
northeast, last evening, nnd asked to rent
a room. Under the pretest that ho would
await tlie coming of his wife, who had
gone around the corner, he said, he refused
to go up to look nt the room, and waited in
the reception hall. Mrs. Duniars excused
herself n moment, mid the smooth votm?
mill appropriated a pocketbook containing
$23 that she had left Irinc on the table.
When he left he took It with him. audio da v
the police are looking for him.
. sf jrn B
FOR THREDltS ScSSION
Sunday School. Union Complete
the Convention Programme
MEETING PLACE CHANGED
.Mirny SpcHkerM Will Bo rreisent nml
Its .SckhIihim In the Couureirut loiml
criurcb Iimuhi1 of CSilnrv Onlor
The resu lar inont lily nierl Iiik of t he execu
tive Tiiumittee or the District Munday
sehool Union was held last eicJiriK in the
south west parlor or Hie First Conr; relational
Chiirih, on the corner or Te-ith and O
Tlie inectiiiic was lallisl to order al 8
p. in. by the diairiiiati. Mr. P. II. Bristi.w,
siiiK-rliilcnd.-u or Calary II iplist Chiirih
.Siiiiday-sihool. Those present were Mr.
W. Itislln WinHlward, sUK-rliiteiidciil W-s-ley
('hiiiiel Sunda mIiooI; Mr. Luilus 1).
Aldeu, NtiH rluteadeiit t. Paul's i:nlih
I.ulher.iii Hiinilay-siliool: J. I". Johnson,
rield worker; Major C. II. Carriiiglon, su
lieriiileiiileit Nerlh I'riltriaii Chun It
Miudt-siho(d;Mr. A. M. Mi ititli, siip-rin-teiident
Assembly Presbj irrian (Jncnli
Miudn) sHiool; Dr. (ieorce f. Paulson, sii
perliileiiileiii 1 irst Ripll-1 Clurili Kiinilav
s. ho.il; J. il. l.Ii killer, of Hie Church of Hie
Covenant: J. II. Nlcin.ni, superliilendinl
Washington Orphan .Asii.nu funna s, Ml0t
and Mr. James I.. Knin, scirelary of the
The iimti iiiipnit.uit liushu-ss. liefore'lhe
of exerci-i, for the feiinuay scnool csuiveii-
no:i, winch will ionic 1 1.. hen-on the Iltli,
IStli and IMili of Noveiub. r.
MKirnxu 1'i.aci: chanued.
li lidil iiHali.ir-y llaiUisK'tuirch butonL
loiuil or the improvi incuts i,jv Ik inir ni.iili
lliiit is imihisNible .iihI the si-sslous -will be
htlil in tlie 1 irt Conri c.iiioiliI Church.
niiriiii; tlie jiast iuon.ni n-vi'ii 8unii.iv
S"hools aiiplieii mid were admitted :o the
union, 'liiev wereliurlerMeiiioriiilSuiHiay
sclmol, Joliu W. Ilijiier. siin rilllelident.
North Carolina avenue, M. P. ri.un li 8un
';' Miool. W- A. Doilce. siis-riiitendeiii;
McKendris- M. i:. Church Si.ud.iv cchool.
', ,! "'IxtIiiIi iideiit. llriKikland M. Ji
-, in, x. i. nun. mih rniieniiciu. ynis-ns
'" " nm ciiurcii Hiui'Jav school. .1. .
suierwoon, siiis-riiiienileni; .North Cupllol II.
I., church." .Sunday school. J. 1!. Martin,
siilh-rliitendent. ami Main Slri-el Christian
Uiurch .SiiimI.ij school, .1. A. Soon, siiimtiii
Mr. W. II. Matlhevvs, chairman or the
coiiimitit-,. mi ir.sli-nll lis, was pnieiit and
submitted several s.uilil.-s or liadges. No
It rinitc action was taken mid in,. untt,.r
was n-rerrifl Itiek to Hie committee n ith
authority to act.
The programme arranged Is a rollniiK
w' iv ,t,n'-'- ,t). Praise seme
tea ii1'?"' director: 7'tr,. praver.
Kev. S. M .Nevvmin. D. D.. tustor I-'irst
T.riO-l'reiiiltm' addri-sM, Piersoii II.
Jlrlstow: announcement or committees.
M I (l.,li .i..K'....,i. ....
i t .. .".c., .,,,11.11 ihi-st,(ir(.Nnr j ea n
1 lug 1'ovier. ' liev. Ch.is. II li.Mi.i n i. r
8 7,5 "The Field and the Work." II. T
10 -Closing praver and benediction, Itev
Thom is H. Aiidisoii. Trliillv 1'. i:. ciiurcii
Im-silav morning Sccsind session, cal
vary SuliiHy school house.
Kt l'niver.Kev.,1. i: Koat.
10 OR llllile reading. I:ev. Charles I
P.i le. Memorial Willed llrethren I'hurrn
10 l.- "The euneriiiiiiideiit a Ti-aiher "
Mrs. It.idclirre: "A Pastor." ICev. I). W
Skelleiigcr: "A .Suneriiiteiiili in.- Andrew
.10 :o "The Socretari: Ills Records and
-M. i:. Uuiidiv SihiM.I.
10 10 "richool orrerlngs." Lucius II
Alden. .Sundav school suptriiilendent St.
I'.iul s i:ngliiii L'JlliiT.ui tliun.li
1 1 "Spiritual Work or the orriccrR -Itev.
Frederick A. tiller. Sundav sciionl
superintendent Mt. Vernon Place M. K
11" 10 "Practical rrenaratloii of the
SiinerliitcnJcnl's Keview." Kcv. Dr. Vi
loubpt. . ll.-:. "llome Class Department." Je
rome F. Johnson.
ll.tf- "leacners Heliiers." Mr. Jacobs.
11 ITi Closing iirayir and bcncdktinu,
Kev. Iliroii suiMlirlniid. 1). D.. First I'rcs
bvti ri.in Church.
Itccess 12.1; S Hid Mioiir's Conference
with primary tinihers. Miss Harlow.
SCCOM) DAV'.S SKS8I0.V.
Tin sila artcrniHin Thlnl session, same
.'I.lo Praver and praise scrvics-. Mr.
Geo. W. Han II.
3 nil hnint line In Sunday school nork,
Kev. Dr. Peloiile't. "
,'l r.0 When we should graduate, Mr.
Iturus M. Tilton."
4 o: Two minute reports on "A good
thing we have In our seliool."
4 ,'fii How to interest, a girl in Hible
study. Miss Harlow.
4-4 How to interest a Istv in Bible
study, l!cv. Dr. Peloablt.
5 on Closing imijir and lieiH-diclion.
Itev. W. S. 11. Thoinns. Oay Street Bap
Tuesilav evening 7..10 Praise service,
Mr. Pi rsey roster, din-dor.
7:4r Prajcr. Kev. Oliver A. Brown,
7 CO Home and foreign mission work
in the Sunday school, I'ror. 0. M. Lacev
8 03 Practical temperance work In the
Sundav si liunl. Kevsiieo.X. Luccock. D. I).,
Mi troiHilitnn Pn-sbyterian Church.
8 20 The Sunday schooi llbrarv (the
hunk). Mr. J. C. strout. librarian Assem
bly Pris-bvlerlan Church.
8 :in Music In the Sundav school, C. II.
Mcllride. superintendent S. S. Eastern
8 Tin How can li'islui-ss men and busv
women het studv the bible. Dr. Pelouliet.
fl:in The book and this teacher, Mr.
FOP. THE LAST DAT.
10:00 Closing praver and benediction.
Rev. IMward B. Ilagby.
Wednesdav morning: 10 00 rraver.
Rev. Hugh T. Htuvru'on.
10:05 Iliblu reading, Uev. Alex. W.
10:20 Report or committee on creden
tials. 10:30 Report or scirelary.
10:40 Report or treasurer.
10:50 Report or statistical committee.
1 1 :00-Report of rield-worker. Mr. J. F.
11:10 Adoption of new constitution.
11:20 Simple leaching. Mis Harlow.
11:40 Closing nraver and benediction.
Rev. Charles II. Butler, Keller Mtnioriai
12:13 Half hours" conference with the
leathers of the District. Dr. l'eloubet.
Wednesday aricrnoon: 3:15 Prlruarv
class session, with 150 children, Mlsa
4:20 Model nf Palestine and flluslrn.
lion of lessons for lulanic ot Quarter. Mr.
4:45 Conference on incentives. Miss
Wednesday evening 7-to PraLse ser
vice. Mr. Percy S. Foster, dlrectot
7:45 Praver. Rev. Josenli B. Stltt.
Dumbarton M. K. Church.
7:50 Report of nominating committee
and eleition or officers.
7:55 Report of committee on resolu
tions. 8:10 "Needs of the Work." Rev. S.
II. Greene, Calvary Baotlst Church. "The
Teachers' Preparation ." Rev. Wallace
Radcliffo, D. D., New York Avenue Trcs
"The Alpha and Omega or SunJav
school .Work." Rev. John H. Elliott.
D. D.. Ascension P. K. Church.
. 10.00 Closing nraver and benediction.
Rev. Luther B. Wilson. D. D.. presiding
elder Washington District M. E. Church.
Bitten toy n. Doff.
Steplian D. Csllahan. of No. 802 North
Capitol street, lias or late been subjected
to a series or disastrous accidents. Some
time ago Mr. Callahan collided with a cable
car, and as a consequence was laid up for
repairs. Upon recovering he went chestnut
hunting In the Zoo. A large,blackand very
fierce dog got Hi an altercation with him
and bit liim severely In three places. The
Injuries were cauterized first at the Zoo
and later at tlie Emergency Hospital.
TJiiBino Ortiised tlie Fire.
A serious fire, caused by a spark from
an engine, broke out In the stable ot Mr.
Edwin H. Prescott, near Rockvllle. last
evening, and resulted In the total destruc
tion of the stable, carriage house and the
hay and grain barn. The loss will ap
proximate $5,000. with the Insurance at
about $2,400. Mrs. .Prescott narrowly
escaped being caught) in the railing walls
wliile rescuing a valuable horse lrum the
m m m
Blnzv In a Chimney..
Engine Company, No. 7, responded to a
local alarm" or fire In a chimney nt No.
1712 Tenth, street northwest, about 3.30
oclocl last evening. No damage.
LABOR BUREAU NOW A FACT
Organization Is Completed a I Reg
ular Officers Eleoted.
Even- ARKoniblv in tlie Cltr T'us ltnn-
rissented nt tlio Final Meetlnir una
Plans Were Flnlitlied.
The delegates elected to the Lalkir Bureau
and Workingincn's Library mci In the enm
mlll'S' res miat The Tillies bJiWlng last nleht
to form a permanent organization. The
inecHng was called to order by the tempo
rary ihuirmau. Mr. X. C. rSpraguc, oUlie I.
P. Pressmen's Union. The fust business
of the evening was on the presentation of
credentials or delegates from the following
Cigar Makers, Amalgamated Soilety ot
Cariienlen, Journeymen Painters, Tailors'
Union, No- 188, Pnicrhniigcrs. Bakers' As-
ihly. Kxcelslor Assiiublv, Stone Ma-
win's Union, Cornice Workers, Bakers'
Drivers. Plate Priniira. Rarlxrs' Assnn
lily. Plumbers, lass-utrle Kngineers Car
IKMiters aim Stair Builders Union, Ladles'
Asvmbly, Kle. irliil Workers, Uorsetlioers.
Tin and Shiel I mi Workers. CariH liters'
and Joiners' Assembly. Musicians' As
sembly. Stone Cutlers, Iliilihcrs' Asshii
blv, i-niitlng I'resHiiieii's I nioii. Tailors'
-iskc'iihii.v, uierks- Asfeuiliiv, Plasterers.
Lathers, and Carriage Mul'irs. The ire
dentials were dul iuceilisl.
The lurcau then went Into the eleition
of offiiTrs. with it,., lollnvvltig icsuli:
Pri-sldent, N. f. SpRigue.
Vhs! president, llila H. Clagctt.
Reisirdlug secretary, i:. J. Rea.
Hiianclal secretary and treasurer. Jen
nie L. Monroe.
Librarian. W. H. ti. Slnuuons.
A commlttis.- or evui was upioiiitcil to
dnirt srdable rules to goviru tne Bureaa.
.Msotoprejiareaii address lo lln-pulillt s. t
Ing forth the aims and ob;nt of the
The election nf three lrulri-s was laid
over until the net inisliiig.
The committee on halls reported that
seviral hulls had vn orfered the i-oln-niiltee
in dirrerent si lions or lie Ulv,
but no iiiiir.ii was liieii except to in
struit the ii.oiniilli-c to makeJiirlhi r in
quiries and to present the risuit at the
It was ili 1 1. liii Hint il... roll ,..o.
niltlcc meet until fun her notii-e on the
nrsi rvisincsiiay and third Monday ne
ings in caihmonlh.
A letter was re.nl rrmii in., li.n r.ir.
roll D. right, Coniiulssioii or Uilior. with
i-oples or litters ncelveil by the Depart
ment or Labor In answer to requests sent
out by the Dcpuitniciit nlating to the
working or similar InMllut Inns.
Librarian Sinnnons slsli.l that he was
in possi-ssion or corrcspoinlenic' relating
to making donations or hooks ror the
library as soon as a pirmatii lit orxauiza.
lion was rnrmcil. ,K Ibis had bis-n done
he would now take proper step to proi lire
The uncling was a very enlhusla'tic
one throughout ami there was ihspluvcd a
nu iletermin itlon In make the Dun an a
I'LAYS 01' THK KEEK.
Manager Albaugli fonnallv opened his
new playhouse, the Latest He Huimre. to
the public last night. True, the hnus was
initiated two weeks ago bv Lillian Rus
sell, but il remained ror Miss Ken.ni nu.l the
plavers wlih which Mr. Dalr hassurroundisi
her lo reveal to W.-Khingtoulans Ihe house
in its completed form.
II has iiiKlergouen wonderful Iransforiua
lion since the opening night, and ll.e sort
draperiei and carpels thoronghlv Imrnion
ize with the nsl or the diisir-uloiis. mak
ing the elfisjt a phasing one.
"The Railroad or Love" has Is en pre
seiitist here on reveral occasions, but it is
doiiblful If the plav was ever given a more
finished or arll"tic is-rfonnauce than It
was Intt evening In MI5S Rcnau nnd ll.e
For the llrst tune in several ic.-irs Dalv
has surrounded Mcs Ri-han In Ins I si
plavers. such as Jaim-S Lewis. Kilwin Var
lM-v. liisirge Clarke and Mrs. (illliert and a
finished performance- in .ill its uetalls uat
urallv lollows. "The Railroad ot Love" Is
one of the vcrv lietl coniistles In MI-h Ri
haii's reiH-rtolre. and ll.e part of Val at
ri.rns her a siueniiHi oiinoriunitv tor tl.e
lliplav or her talents. She is tnorougniv
natural in the part, which adds no little to
Tne tilav ri-ceiied u Laislsoiue welcome
rrom the large audience, and Miss Re tain's
eiigagi meiit promises lo be a prolital.lt-one.
To nulit "1 1 e School ror Scandal" will ho
the hill and Mies Kcban will be seen as L.nlv
A brilliant disiilar ot snei laities, (us
tunics. MTiirn and electrical c-rrecls is
Rlc-e's "1412." whiili oiieiust up at the
Grand Opera House List n.gnt to a i rown-d
Tne history of Hie career of Columbus ui
to his ret lra to the i-ourt or Oueen I sab, tia
arter the discovery of the West Indies fur
tiishes the plot, and evervthlng is bur
lesqiied uxi-ent Columbus himself.
Waller Jones nnd Fav Templelo.j are the
prlnclLuI drawing cards, although Charlie
Bigelow tsiinuiaiids. as .ilwavs. nls snan
oratlcniion. There is oilv one tramp, and
Mr. Jones has made "1492" and himseir
ramo is in his spei laity of the second ncr.
Fav Templeton is a well known favor
Ite. but ever rast mating and chic flic
makes a tremendous hit with her negro
melodies, although the c-rrci t seems some
what dampened bv the r.ut tlrat thev are
sung In a handsome Parisian gown. But
this is only carrying out the burlesaue
bhe dances a double shuffle In high
heeled slippers and does a short tepanish
dance In appropriate costume which is
The company is a giKxl one In evcrv re
spctt. Mr. Bigelow. Mr. 1'iiscv and Mr.
hohlke furnish grotesaue comedy and Mr
Carle presents an up to-date isuirideni'o
man. Miss Dressier. "Miss Wallaivar.d Muss
Hilton repeatiHl past triumphs and the cho
ruses arc- bright and well sung.
Cissy Fitzgerald last night at the New
National gave a bewildering exhibition
or artistic dancing and allitudlnnus kick
ing. It was an attractive picture in n
maze of lace, anil her smiles, winks and
gestures won the hearts or the large au
dience present. The little artist was
repeatedly called Inck, and each linii
responded with unfailing good nature and
"The Foundling." a new comedy crea
tion, of which Miss Fitzgerald Is the star,
is of the same heighlh, breadth, depth and
general dimensions as "Charley's Aunt."
which is already assured ot a second year's
success, and when a farce comedy in
these modern times outlives its first
vear there must necessarily be cither merit
or amusement in itscoiniM.sltion.
Thomas Burns, as Major Cotton, the
hen pe;ked husband, and S. Milton Kerr,
as Dick Fennel!, thecinotional ji.ungman.
who sought to accrete a Joblot of relations
in the shortest possible time, did most ot
the hard work, and admitted themselves
well. Charles TV. Butler, as Timothv
Uucklebridge. did the best possible for a
George Setiaetrer, as Sir Nicholas Pennell.
and E. Soldene Powell, as Jack Stanton,
held the sinecure or the cast, making only
a brief appearance.
The ladies ot the coniilany wereunusnally
fortuitous in their interpretations. Miss
Stella Zanoni. as Bophie Cotton, won evcrv
auditor's heart by the unquestioning de
votion she gave her fiance under untoward
circumstances. Frances Stevens, as Alice
Meynall; Clara Baker Rust, as Mrs. Cotton,
nnd Maggie Holloway-Fisbcr. as Miss
Ussher, were equal to the expectations of
"In Old Kentucky" was presented at the
Academy last night, add a large audience
renewed its acaualntance. Thecomedv has
been presented so many times In this city
that a description of the scenes and Inci
dents embraced In the plav hunnecessnrr.
It is null.. aufHclent to know that it is the
same clever portrayal of life In the Blue
The race scene and the pickanlnnT band
are still familiar features, and the audi
ence showed Its appreciation of them. The
plav Is certainly one ot the best scenic pro
ductions on the stage, and is crowded with
exciting and thrilling incidents. The race
scene Is especially clever In its arrangement.
The company this season is excellent, and
Mr. Frank Dayton played the part ot the
hero most admirably.' Burt C. Clarke was
also clever In the part ot the Kentucky
Colonel. Miss Lulu Tabor has replaced
Bettina Gerard as Madge Brierlv nnd the
part does not suffer In consequence.
AH of the characters are well drawn and
In the hands ot clerer people.
Florence Bindley In her new play, "The
Captain's Mate." appeared at the BUou
Theater last night to one of the largest
sized audiences that ever assembled In
that house. The entrance to the theater
was decorated with large American flags,
as were the boxes.
The play Is very interesting, and many
strong climaxes are cleverly Interwoven.
The applause which greeted It from the
rising ot the curtain until its fall clcarlv
showed that It was a success. The scencrv
Is far above the average.
The specialties Introduced bv Mlsa
Bindley were well done and liberally arj
Dlauded by the audience. Henderson Bro
thers took a flash licnt Dhotograpli of the
entire audience, and. these pictures win
agffiimfrffiini-.riTff' .ai.ihiTfcTifatiawmiriiniiMiiiiTr tmasraifmm -
FOR HJLIE In nioit desirable sec
Hon ol .Capitol Hill a little rem of a
home; buff brick ami stone from: 7 rrng.,
reception hall, bath, larre cellar, furnace
lBat, hcautlfully papered tbrouehour, wjde
parkluc; this hi a new house: never been
occupied; and Is offered for only S4.S0U'
Wf2"irt?.BV,.,V4,p,jr 'oCOIXINHA HAD
DI8. fill 11th it. UK. oc!3-7t
FOB SALE-N(i reaion.al.le offer re
fused for one or more'ti-rooin, b. wr.
a. ni. I., brick houses; cellars and stables:
near cable cars northeast; worth $3,000.
W. J. FKIZZELU 500 7th St. nw.T office
Am. B. A L. Ass'n. oclO-tt
FOR SA"t.E FA RMS.
FOR SALE-Fine stoik rann. 400
o.- dl' stoik, cmiw. everyttiliig
complete; 25 miles rrom Washington, 1).
C; terms eusy. W. T. CA1A.AV ki...Vi-.
FOR SALE-A fanu containing 00
,.. "W of lad. mure or less, near Hoi k-villi-.
Md. Apply to AMJItT vvAkvTip
182 Iji. ave. 1 1 w.
FOR SALE-(lMl farm. 137 acres. 15
iiiiIi-j iroui city splendid running lo
cality, cheap for cash; will trade ror riir
proiieriy; f.M.STOV. basrnieiitlSlT 1411.
FOB SALE-WU acre fnrni, cheap fr
asli, tairtas; Co., Va.; 120 aire tanii
. heap for ish. 10 miles rrom cil v. In M -
u'wt'i.'i,!"' "' l'foperly. fall on owner.
ft.lll 2.-.IU st- ii w.
s,.v;3I'l4!;oU",1 a"nn: ,ie iaii sou.
vtnirs. The usual luatinivs will be given.
James Thornton's Elite Vaudeville Com
pauy appeared last night at Keriiai"s
Lvccuiii vt.jt,.r 1(, Jlit . ainili-iK-i TI,"
wiH-JrldlTsJt'"! "A',l' "nledaa- and
,V..Wi ! V." ?"': T.,,.' !,rl '"I "re all first-
........ ..i.-inusiiaiicatiircs wen
tlie best that have been seen
ijwiiujiii III.II1 or iittm.i. (..
' the pirroniiance cuuunenis-s with Dip
I ,.:,,l"i'V,'7,,l." """C'Tl- .'d St. Cair. n
"A i ini.'Ie Barber." Others are lillJiiVll
great musical conil.iuc: We "a, " cV?lf, ,
! presenting "(i.-ilatea Up lo-ilate." Ol ire
aii.l Lisinaril. well nai.,sl"lr. la id'sh-K"
he little mascot. Bonnie Thonitoi . the
' three marvels. James Thornton "the
mail who has , the world ., nging"
. anil Slierman anil Morrissi-v.theon-iir.il
1 burlesinie tr.iu.-ze mhisirelV. '"-'""
Itlll WOllll-fl rr..n, tl... C
Nat Salsbur's maslli- uiilure of the
South -Black America." wlil.".,as vn-
ii il... Vi ? , '" rou,.-ri111 "r "'--"T wc-eks
',. in i s,.'';l'''on "are Garden. .New Vork.
"Ilhe.it Conrimli.il Hall all orjieit wwk
This nriH union, win. i, i . . .v...."
he I Slulcs has .reat.sl he I iggVst : Uij a
'"" 'ie"L,n l,"..NV"' " Is Kin es on
.. ' I -' 1;"2;V.'.' "V B.r'?"- I.'-atricals ventures
".?" .-iiieiiipusl in this siuiilrv. V..m
... .. a 1 . . . . ----. a i -iii III -
li.rker. nave gone rairlv wild over it and
Mr.Salsbury br ngs his entire nrganizatio
lu-re by sne-cal imln ..-,.., .." ..".,"
.iitirtaliimciii on the same m-ate"a, .-iv.
iiauison miliar? Garden. Ci.nre..i...n
tne only place hi the mv- i...u
i .- . M
Today's Shoe Program.
A Woman or a Man does not, when in need of Shoes,
walk into the first shoe store she or hti sees. "Firstly," rea
sons she or he, "I must get quaiit-, or my shoe will not wear.
Secondly, I must look out for low. prices, or I shall be over
charged by some dealer who values more the large profit on one
pair more than the small profit on a hundred pairs." Then this
Woman or this Man reads one of our advertisements, conveying
our grand idea of shoe selling:
"We pay a little more for our Shoes and sell
them for a little less than others. That's how zue
That sounds to the Shoe-seeker like something entirely
new in Shoe-selling business methods, and so it is, indeed!
"That's how we thrive!" The old and firmly-established
method was: "Buy as low as you possibly can and sell as high
as you possibly can." In Washington that day has gone by,
and we believe we can honestly take credit for the revolution in
methods. We have convinced the Public that here an honest
shoe a first class shoe can be purchased for an honest price
a price that shows a small margin above cost not an exorbitant
profit. "That's how we thrive!"
You'll Never Find Us Wanting!
Men's French calf congress
and balinorals in patent leather
small sizes only standard makes
entire- reliable worth from
$3.50 to $5 these are left from
Rich's great stock, and are bar
$ 1 .50 Table.
This table contains a fine lot
of Men's calf shoes in balmorals
and congress styles made of the
finest leather worth up to $5
Men's calf balmorals and con
gress shoes hand welts per
fectly finished all lasts latest
styles and toes very stylish
. $2.48 Table.
Men's patent leathers and
Men's French calf all styles
all shapes all toes splendid
goods well made easy fitting
$2.98 Tabled ,
A splendid lot of Men's patent
leather and calf shoes this sea
son's shapes and toes hand
welts a wonderfully fine lot of
shoes there are none better to
be found in Washington to-day.
Worth $5.50 to $6.
Exclusively devoted to Kan
garoo stock magnificent Men's
shoes as perfect as art and
science can make them extreme
ly stylish different styles and
FOR SALE MISCETr,ANTtOCS.
FOR RALE-Part ot Washington Times
newspaper route. Address Box :t. this
FINE black iiony and bay horse, harness,
buggy, etc.: must Is? sold, or will ex-
change for bicycle. 1328 H St. ne. 1 t-oni
FOR RALE-Woud splitter: new; will
be sold cheap. Address4127IUst.se.lt
FOR SALK-Lady has lot ot fancy
hand made tidies ror salt) at from SOe.
to 12.50 apiece. Inquire Box 1. this
FOR XALK-Slishtly used nicscl Na-
tloualcash register; no reasonable offer
refused. Also flue driving mare, six years
okl. and in excellent condition. Comer
1st nnd I els, ne. It
FOR SALE-A Ugar ami newsstand
doing a good business, fallal 604 1-2
0th nw oclC-3t
A new Liberty bicycle;
5e0; call ufter ! a
u. m. 13115 Keuesaw
are., Mt. I'
$1 Down, $1 Week,
FOR ANY ORCAN
In stock. Greatly reduced prices He
lmut 4llgh-lo Wearer Organ, walnut
case, bevel mirror, b stops, double coup
lers, double knee swells, with stool and
Instruct!. u book; only JW; north 1123.
F. G. SMITH, 1225 Pa. Ave.
FOR SALE-Handsome walnut book-i-ase,
in goou conilillon. cheap. Addn-ss
WiM. W.. nils orricc; ocl4-3t
FOR SALE-Cheap, as owner has liij
iiselorTiiiu, bright bay horse; 10 hands,
1.1MI iKiuiiils, ii iarsold;sinsi by Prince
Oriorr; irots 2:40 gait; has l.ien driven by
a lady Can be run uiMau'c in nar 10l
i?'i' " I'w c13 3l
FOR SALE-A small steaui launch;
- lteresciiotr engine and boiler; can he
seen at Killer's lm.it house. cn8-tn-ni
FOR SALE-Ikirgams in wagons, car
nages. iniis, harness and buggies, both
new and second hand: also 2 horses. 27
D st. nw. - se!4-lm
FOR SALE Best make ot iiKubalors,
broouers and frch green txine; call
aud see the Incubators In working order.
Schnild's Bird nisi Pet Animal Stores. 712
12th st. uw.and 1221 Pa. ave.
LOST Nevv lil.uk kid glovehisi Wtdnes
uaj evening between 4th andU.aiid 3d
and II streets ne. Liliera! reward ir re-uriK-dtostorecnr.
LOST Bull terrior pup, while spotted
l.riudle. hitch; liberal reward ir returned
to 3117 It n. nw. it,
LOST On Sunday, Oct. 13. 18U5. gold
siieclacles, either in Foundry M. E.
riiurcli.or Foiirleeiith st.toN. Y.ave.,then
by cars to nth st..Sth st. cars to T st. nw."
liberal reward if rinder will return to Sly
T "t- ' lt-em
x-s TEMPLAR, uiie square rrom
i kali'!"l! poM rooms and exi client
board; 5 1 to G ier week. oe!0-7t
Ladies' house slippers, only
small sizes, ll2 to 3)4, but they
are grand goods the finest kid
and beautifully made. Worth
up to $2.50.
Ladies' button and lace all
sizes the most perfect fitting
lasts easy on the feet and ado
rably pretty made of the best
stock. Worth up to $2.50.
Ladies' kid button black and
tan very choice a very fine
grade of shoes made for . the
best trade. Worth up to $3.
Ladies' kid button and Juliets
in black and tan lace shoes and
black and tan Oxfords all goods
of well-known and reliable makes
latest styles hand turned.
Cheap at $3.50.
Ladies' kid button and Oxford
ties something extremely choice
hand turned beautifully fin
ished excellent in quality and
style. Worth up to $4.
Ladies' Oxfords, kid button
and lace shoes the very finest
quality equal to the best custom-made
value. Worth $5.
Boys' and youths' patent leath
er Balmorals a lot of most styl
ish shoes for boys and young
men, and ihade of such excellent
stock that they are extremelv
durable. Medium and wide lsats.
"810" 7th St.
OPEN TILL 8 TO-NIGHT.
jcv! - if iitrrr i i
KATCL1FFE. SUTTO.V A CO.. Aucts.
Successors to Kaiclirrc. Darr I. Co
TRUSTEES' 8ALEOF VERY VALUABLB
. REAL ESTATE. ON NINTH STREET.
HETWEEN C AND D STREETS NORTH
EAST. By virtue ot a deed ot trust, duly
recorded In liber No. 1834. folio 418 en
scq.. one nt the laud records for the Dis
trict or Columbia, and at the request or
the parties secured thereby tbcuiidersicnrtl
trustees will offer for sale by puUlo
auction, lo from of the premises, on Sat'
urday, the 18tt day of October. A. D.
1893. at 4:30 o'clock p. ni.. the following
desi ribed Real Estate, situate In the city
of Washington. District ot Columbia, to
wit: All those certain pieces or iarcel
of laud and prendyes known and distin
guished ns and being parts of original
lots three, (3) four. (4) and five l&i, in
square numbered nine hundred and thirty
eight 19381. contained within the follow
ing metes aud bound?, viz.; Beginning
for the same at a point In the line oC
Ninth street, east, distant, rurty 40
feet sou Ih from the northwest corner ot
said lot. five (5), aud running llier.co
south along the line of sakl street eighteen
118) feet; thence east one hundred ami
iuihes; to the east line or said lot. tl-rce
l.l). thence norlli eighteen (18) ftct, and
ihciice west one hundred a nil nrtceii 1 1 15)
feet eleven anil one-halt (111-2) lis lid
to the place of Ii ginning, together with
Hie Improvements, rights, etc
Terms nf sale One-third cash, tlie n-sl-due
In two cnual Instn'ments at one and
two yi-ars, with interest from .he da of
sale at the rate or C per cent per annum,
payable semiannually, secured by deist
or trust on the proniTty sold, or ail cash,
at tin- option of the purchaser. A deposit
ot $200 required upon acceptance- or bid.
ir the terms i.r sale are not complied with
in nrti-c.. davs rrom the ilav of sale tho
Trusti-es reserve the right to resell tha
property at the risk ami cost or the de
faulting purchaser alter five days' adver
tisement or such resale In some newspaper
p-ib'lsiied in Washington, D. C.
All .conveyancing and recording at tha
cost ot the piirrluiser.
WILLIAM A. GORDON.
Atmriiey-al-Law. Webster Law Build
ing. 505 D su nw., Washington, 1). C.
Residence. Xo. 3, Mount Vernon Flats,
cor.X. Y.ave.aiid9ttist-nw- sclO-l.Tio
FOR SALE Two valuable lulldlrg:
lots at- College 1'ark, for sale cheap.
Addn-ss COLLKHU. this ortire. ocl3-dt
FOR SALE-Choice lots at Bns'il.lanil
on isisy uniis. GRACE M. THOMAS,
Room ion Corcoran building o12-."it
STRANGE cow came Oct. 7 to Geo.
M rettit; description or cow. long:
horns, red ears. 2 slits In left; red over left
eye: body red and white: 1 1-2 mills front
Arlington P. O., on Alexandria and Ball
ston Road. Item