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THE EVENING TIMES, WASHINGTON. THURSDATi tTNE1' 10, 139a '
: OUR FRIDAY BAMA1NS!:
kLRS we say with emphasis! For theyare empliati-
cal, and they're ditterent tromany otliec.cut values
the stores of this town ever offered. Friday -is the
one day in particular when bargains are literally showered
here and what gives them added1 zest "is the" fact that all
in this store from cellar to eaves isayours'to pay for on your
Wrappers to' each
and generous skirt. All sizes
ONE TO A CUSTOMER
Crash Skirt for
We're not claiming that
they're the finest grade of
crash, or that the tailoring on
them is of the best, but we do
claim that there isn't a better
made or better fitting skirt in
all Washington at oSc. We
sold 'em at 75c. Made with
deep hem, perfectly sewed
and cut to hang properly.
Only one to a custom- fk
and Pique Skirts,
Here's a lot of splendidly
made Duck and Pique Skirts.
They are worthy of all sorts
of praise. Full 4 yds. sweep,
deep hem, lap seams. Have
tailor-made belt attached.
Even hold convenient pockets.
Never sold for a penny less
than $1.75. One to
each customer at
Tam 0' Shanters,
In fancy color ducks and
crashes, with name of war
vessel on band iu silver and
and gold. Worth 35c
One to each customer.. '
Samuel Friedlander, Successor to
t New York Clothing House, t
Seventh "3 1
The Hon Bardwcll Slote, member from
Cohosh, after many jears retirement
fiom the scenes of his former triumphs,
Aill return to Washington next neck, and
In company with Jlrs. Gen. Gllflory, "Llb
liy, oear' and other well-remembered
characters of that delightful party to
whom the late William J. Florence and
his talented wife Introduced us, will hold
aiRhtly receptions at the Columbia Thca
ler for the benefit of both their old
friends and members of the riInp; genera
tion to whom they are now known only
by name. Although this may sound like
a society notice, it Is in reality the an
nouncement of one of the most interest
ing relals of celebrated old plajs jet
gien by the Columbia Stock Compan.
"The Mighty Dollar" is the well-remembered
title of the comedy which won for
"BIllj" l'lorcnce both fame and fortune,
and James O. Barrow seems the most
nble successor to a part which has lain
idle for man jears simpl for lack of a
comedian who could come near realizing
the traditions of the original. But as the
pompous Congressman from the back
woods district a humorous libel on the
statesmen of a generation ago "Jimmy"
Barrows should be at his best, and It Is
safe to predict that his famous short
hand dialect will be reied again, to
gether with the Interjectory "Llbby,
dear," of Jlrs. Gllflory. In this latter
role Mrs. John Findlay will fln& full
scope for her peculiar talents, William
Ingersoll, as the newspaper man; John
Lancaster, as the joung Sport; Edwin
JIackaje, as the English lord; and the
Hisses Haslam, Majo. and Browning In
the leading feminine roles will have op
portunities for good work. It Is announc
ed that the play has been brought up to
date in many particulars, but all the
celebrated comedy scenes have been re
tained as of old.
At the National the attraction for net
week will be "The Grand Duchess,"
which will be gien with the same cast
that has appeared during this first week
of the compan's summer engagement
with Manager Ripley. Besides the aug
mented chorus and orchestra there will
be a pleasing sight to the eje In the
specially designed costumes and scener
ry, said to have been built especially for
this engagement, at great cost. Prof.
Vandcn Berg will conduct the opera,
-while Manager J. M. Kcnncy will give
eery attention to details In the presen
tation. The principal roles w 111 be sung by Car
lotta Gllman. Elsie Ellis, "William Blals
dell and Lee Dougherty. With the cool
atmosphere maintained by Manager Rap
ley in the theater, by the use of electric
fans, cerjonc should enjoy what prom
ises to be a most pleasing production.
"The Mascot" will be the offering of
the Parry Opera Company at Glen Echo
next week, and no more suitable success
or to "Olhette" and "The Chimes" could
It has been several seasons since the
piece has been performed here, and, writ
ten In Audran's merriest vein, it Is al
ways accounted a sure winner by pro
ducers when It Is put on in anything like
creditable style. The record of the Parry
Company for the three preceding offerings
is sufficient guarantee of its ability to
cope with anything-short of grand opera.
DeWitt Wheels at $35
Are the best In the market. New wheels
C Brasfears, Agest, ""Sa
CREDIT tf AY'.
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We've offered you,, some surpassing
Wrapper values in former weeks specials
that bore the stamper "'bargains' "so plain
ly on them that women literally fought to
reach the choice ones-, ..This .week there is
no choice every garment sisasgod as the
other one, and they're all the b'est sort that
can bs made at less tlihnM$i.oo: You'll
find plain and fancy effects in -percales and
Scotch lawns. You'll findtrue-color in
digoes and handsome mournings. They
have fitted waist lining', full front, Princess
back, pointed yoEe and" wide girdle, made
with the latest size of sleeve and with full
clean up to 44. ONLY ,rtT
A New Lot of
75c Waists for
We snapped up this lot o
specially good waists just for
Friday's selling. There are
exactly 30 dozen of 'em
they're as natty in their pat
terns and good and fast in
their colors as any you ever
owned. Light and dark ef
fects. New Beaufort, fronts.
They'll beat out any
75c waist ever made... OO
The Best Offer
There are some 98 very fine
white pique skirts here which
we intend cutting the very life
out of. The material is as
fine as looms can turn out.
The skirts are man tailored,
have belt attached, extra deep
hem, fan back and hang as
though molded to the hips.
They were leaders at $2.25.
One to each cus- q
tomer at .... vl
A Lot of
They're lady's size, well
put together and ,nr
worth 75c O"
1 " Seventh J
Possibly it might make a creditable ef
fort at that, for such voices as Viola
D'Armon's contralto, Charles Han ley's
baritone, George Uroderlck's splendid bass
and Jay C Tajlor's clear tenor are not
common. But the managers are wise
enough not to attempt H, connnlng them
selves to popular repertoire in which they
are sure to please. The best proof of the
success of their endtavors Is the constant
ly increasing attendance.
Allene Crater, the clever little singing
soubrette who has mace undeniable hits
both as Olivette and Serpolette, may be
expected to do full credit to the sister
role of Bettlna. while Frank Deshon will
scarcely belio his record as a funmaker
In such a part as that or Ixjrenro.
The Ilera'd Square Quartet, which has
become one of the regular features of a
Glen Echo performance, will appear be
tween the acts with a new musical spe
claltj, and several attractions will be ad
ded to the day amusements.
IntcFiintlunnl CIipkh Tunrnamcnt.
Vienna, June 18 This morning the re
sults in the international chess tourna
ment were as follows: Blackburne and
Tschigorin drew; IValbrodt, Sc hitters and
Maroczy beat Stelnitz. Show-ilter and
uurii. repectnciy. These were adjourn
ed games completing the cleenth round.
scores up to elate: Tarrasch. Sl-2-
Aiapm. . 1-2; Pillsburr. T.irhl,-!,.
each; Janowski. Maroczy, Walbrodt CI-'''
Buri, 0; Lipke, 31-2; Stenitz, 5: Hnlprln.'
Marco. Schleffers. Gl-2 each; Blackburne
fachlechter, 4 each; Caro, Showalter 31-2
each; Trenchard, 21-2, and Balrd, 2.
RockvlIIe, Md. June 16. Mr. Bruce
Hoskinson, of Darnestown.and Miss Viola
Hlggins, of Potomac, were married today
at Potomac at 3 pun. in the Hermon
church by the Rev. O. S. Armstrong. Mr
Harry Hoskinson, brother of the groom'
was best man and Miss Maud "Wcnner
The colored military company organized
here about six weeks ago received orders
to moo Into camp as soon as possible
"When the mcs&age came last night it was
the cause of con-iderable surprise on the
part or the colored men who are mem
bers of this company. They are now not
decided as to whether they will go or
..ufc, w iukj iiau huuui aisDanued. This
company was Just accepted by the State
The military company of Gaithersburg
which was to have been mustered into th
United States service last -week, failed
to leave that place at that time on ac
count of a deficiency in ths number re
quired. The project was put off until the
required number was obtained. Men were
sent to Hagerstown and Frederick where
a sufficient number of men was recruit
ed. The company left Gaithersburg this
evening en route for the camping ground
Bad management keeps more people in
poor circjmstances than any other one
cause. To be successful one must look
ahead and plan ahead so that when a
favorable opportunity presents Itself he
is ready to take advantage cf It A little
forethought will' also save much expense
and valuable time. A prudent and care
ful man will keep a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy in the house, the shiftless fellow will
wait until necessity compels it and then
ruin his best horse going for a doctor and
nave a die aocior diu to pay, besides;
one pays out 25 cents, the other Is out a
hundred dollars and then wonders why
his neighbor is getting richer while he U
getting poorer. For sale by Henry Evans,
wholesale and retail druggist, 93S F Street
northwest and Connecticut Avenue and 8
Street northwest, and 1128 JkUryland Ave-'
oue northeast. ,
THE WORLD 0? SPORTS.
BALTIMORE, 8; WASHIJtCTOlC 1.
BROOKLYN. ; NEW .YpRX.-l, v .
CINCINNATI. 5; .LOUISVILLE, i.'
BOSTON, 12;' PHILADELPHIA.".
PITTSBURG, 4- CLEVELAND, .-
CHICAGO 1 8t,t0ClS. 0.
Games Today. "
WASHINGTON AT BOSTON".' aV-- ""
BALTIMORE AT BROOKLYN.
CINCINNATI AT CHICAGO.
PHILADELPHIA AT NEW YORK
LOUISVILLE AT ST. LOUIS.
Standing: of the Clob. .j ,
Lost Per cent.
14 ; ' .702
- 22 -542
3 " -452
Chicago 26 -
New York 24
St. Louis 16 1,
The Statesmen could not connect with
the curves of AI Maul yesterday, and as
a consequence the Orioles won. Had
Wrlgley and Myers omitted orroxs at crit
ical points the final score would not have
been so one-sided. SpeakTng of the game,
the Sun has the following. to say. of, Don
"Young Donovan pitched for"vVashfng'
ton and In the first Inning was very wild,
giving three bases on balls and making
two wild pitches. After that he steadied
down and seemed to be pitching good ball.
He had an abundance of speed and puz
zled the Orioles considerably, -except In
the fifth Inning, when four hits and five
runs were made on him the runs with the
assistance of several errors. But for the
errors, however. Baltimore would not
have made a run In that Inning."
BALTIMORE AB. R. H.
McGraw, 3b. Ill
Keeler, rf. 4 2 0
Jennings, 2b 4 1 1
Kcliey, cf. 2 11
DeMont. ss 4 12
McGann. lb 4 12
Holmes, If. 4 12
Robinson, c. 4 0 0
Maul, p 2 0 0
Totals 31 8 9 24 5 2
WASHINGTON AB. R. II. O. A. E.
Selbach. If. 4 1110 0
Gettman, rf. 4 0 0 10 0
Anderson, lb. 4 1 '2 10 1 0
McGuire, c. 4 0 0 3 2 0
Reltz, 2b ,3 0 1 2 S 0
Mvers, 3b 3 0 0 2 11
Wrlgley, ss 3 0 0 12 2
Mercer, cf. 2 0 2 10 1
Donovan, p 3 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 30 1 6 21 13 4
Baltimore 3 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 x S
"Washington 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0-1
First base by errors Baltimore, 2;
Washington, 1. Left on baes Baltimore.
9; "Washington, 6. First base on balls
Off Maul, 1; on Donovan, 6. Hit by pitch
ed ball McGraw. Struck out By Maul. 1;
by Donovan, 3. Two-base hits Anderson,
McGann, DeMontrevllle. Stolen bases
McGraw, 2: Keeler, McGann, Selbach, De
Montrevllle, Holmes, Wild pitches Dono
van. 2. Passed balls McGuire, 1. Um
pires Cushman and Hevdler. Time 2
The Plttsburgs made It three straight
from Cleveland by bunching fVic hits In
the sccnth inning. That tells the entire
story. The score:
Burkett, If. 0
Tebeau, lb. .
Blake, rf. ..
ZImmer, c. .
Young, p. ..
Batted for Chllds In the ninth.
PITTSBURG B. II. 'O.
Donovan, rf. 0 J. 0
O'Brien, cf 0 0 0
Gray, 3b 0 0 1.
McCarthy, If. 12 4
Dals, lb 0 19
Fadden, 2b Ill
Bonerman, c. 1 2 6
Ely, ss. 0 3
Klllen, p 10 0
, 4 10
Cleveland 0 0 0 2
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0
Earned runs CIe eland, 2; Pittsburg, 2.
Firs't base on errors Pittsburg, 1. Left on
bases Clc eland, 7: .Pittsburg, 7. Two
base hits Young, 2; "Tebeau, Blake, Mc
Carthy, 2. First base on balls Off Killen,
L Struck out By Young, 5; by Killen. 3.
Sacrifice hits Killen. Stolen bases Don
ovan, O'Brien. Passed ball ZImmer. Um
pires Snyder and Connolly. Time 1 hou r
and 55 minutes.
The Loulsvilles could not touch Brelt
enstein yesterday, and were never In the
game. The feature was tho fielding of
Corcoran and McPhee. The score:
CINCINNATI R, II. O. A. E.
Smith, If. 0 2 3 0 0
Beckley, lb 0 0 17 0 0
McPhee, 2b 110 5 0
Miller, rf. 0 0 0 0 0
McBride, cf. 10 0 0 0
Corcoran, ss 1114 0
Irwin, 3b 0 12 2 0
Vaughn, c 2 14 0 0
Breltenstein, p. 0 0 02 0
Totals 5 6 27 13 0
LOUISVILLE "R.' H. O. A. E.
F. Clarke, If. 0 0 4 0 0
Ritchey, ss 113 5 0
Hoy, cf. 0 2 3 10
Dexter, rf. 0 0 0 0 0
Stafford, 2b 0 0 0 2 2
Wagner, lb 0 0 12 0 1
Chngman, 3b ."0 T 2" 6 0
Snyder, c 0 0, 2 .,1 .0
Fraser, p "... 0 0 101
J. Clarke 0 0 0 0 0
Total 1 4 27 15 4
Batted for Fraser ir the ninth'
Louisville 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0-1
Cincinnati 0 0 12 0 110 0-5
First base on errors Cincinnati. 4. Left
The Imporfcans9 of Springad "uiier Treat
mentCatarrh, the -Qeattbisoiier of the
Blood, Enfeebling Constitutions, Weakening
Lungs, eta. Summer Treatment Saves Win
r 5.00 A
George H. Haley, 913 E St. s. w.
"A Few Grateful Words."
Ur. IUlrgr, upon being asked the result of hit
treatment with Doctor Courdcn, said- I had all
the troubles that otheT deaf people hare, but 1
can tell niy etory in a very few grateful words.
I am a stationary engineer. I hare been deaf
for two y ears. I had roaring noises In my ears;
these noises changed from time to tune; they
were worse at night uhen I laid down, then they
would begin to ring. They Are gone. 1 could not
hear the men talking around me now I can hear
what thy say, just as any other man does. I
would not be able to hear them when they called
me; now I can hear them plainly.
The people about me have noticed the cliange,
and tell me I am hearing better. I hear more
noises on the street; I can hear my watch ticlc
when it ii held away from my ears before I
could not hear it unites it was pressed clew to
The general condition of my hrsring Is verj
Mtlsfactcr), and has been noticed by all my
friends I can recommend the treatment of Doc
tor Cow Jen for troubles of thU kind.
on bases Cincinnati, 4: LouisilIe. S. Two-
base hit Hoy. Home runs aughn.
Corcoran. Sacrifice hits Ritchey. Dexter.
Double play Hoy and Wagner. Stolen
bases McBride. McPhee, Vaughn. Smith.
Struck out By Breltenstein, 3. Bases on
balls Off Breltenstein. 5; off Traser, 3.
Pasxed ball Snjder. Umpires Wood and
Swartwood. Time 1 hour and minutes.
Although the"Botons "were crippled jfs
terday by'thc absence of Long and Ham
ilton, Philadelphia uasi beaten with the
greatest ease. The score:
BOSTON ' it
Duffy, If. T ,'3
Tenney, lb .'....,'. 4
ColTlns, 3b ..,1
Stlvetts. ss. J.... 1
Bergen, c 1
II. O. A. E
2 3 0 0
3 12 0 0
2 0 4 0
3 0 11
2 4 0 0
13 0 0
2 4 4 1
10 2 1
17 27 11 3
II. O. A. E.
3 2 10
2 11 1 0
0 2 0 1
2 4 3 1
0 0 0 0
0 0 3 0
0 3 8 1
0 12 0
0 0 0 0
8 24 IS 5
0 112 x-12
0 0 0 0 4 G
Yeager, cf. 1
Lowe, 2b .wl
Lewes, p r. 0
Cooley, cf. :....:. 1
Douglas lb 1
Delehanty, If. 1 1
Lajoie, 2b .-. 0
Flick, rf 0
Fisher, 2b 0
McFarland, c 1
Cross, ss 1
Wheeler, p 1
Piatt, p. 0
Boston 2 10 5
Philadelphia 0 110
Two-base hits Tenney. Bergen, Yeager.
Bases on balls Off Lewis, 4; off Wheeler,
2. Struck out By Lewis, 2. Stolen bases
Tenney, 2. Passed balls Bergen, Mc
Farland. Wild pitch Lewis. Left on
bases Boston, 4; Philadelphia, 8. Um
pires O'Day and McDonald. Time 1
hour and 40 minutes.
Trailer, Shot Out.
Griffith's heady pitching and perfect
support allowed but one of the Browns
to reach third base yesterday. The score:
CHICAGO R. II.
Ryan, If. : ... 2
Everett, lb 0
Lange, cf. 1
Dahlen, ss. 1
McCorralck, 3b 0
Mertes, rf. .-. 0
Connor, 2b. 0
Donahue, c 0
Griffith, p 0
ST. LOUIS R.
Dowd, rf. 0'
Stenzel, cf. .".. 0
Harley, If. - 0
Cross, 3b 0
Decker, lb. ;.. 0
Sugdcn, c ". 0
Quinn, 2b 0
Smith, ss. 0
Esper, p 0
Totals 0 11 21
Batted for Smith In the ninth.
St- Louis 0
First base by errors Chicago, 2 Left on
bases St. Louis, 10; Chicago. 7. First base
on balls Off Esper, 2; off Griffith, 1.
Struck out By Griffith, 1. Two-base hits
Everett, Ryan. 2. Sacrifice hits Dowd,
Mertes. Stolen bases Dahlen, 2. Double
play Connor and Everett. Hit by pltch-
causes obstruction to the Box of arias
partial closing of tho passage, prostatlo
Irritation and enlargexnent, bearuia; down
a ndy aiding of urine nad. Iocs of powet,
A SOLVENT FOUND .17 .-
permanently and dqes away entirely with
the Borgeoa'a Knife and dilating Instru
ments. Suffering fram.Srst(artv Eulu
meat of Prottrat Qlaad, latUmmmUoa,
tad OroMlc Mama -DHclurstt, by this
new sdentino method can In radically
CURED AT, HOME
Writ at ones in tha fssAhj MST it C
m SmmBmMlmd; Botom. Mass., (or
inesr xree dook cauca oofTVanussfasta..
It tells what the remedy Is made of, anl
how and 'way.it muav ears.-. If 'afflicted,
tats book is worUnaaaaU that pertee;
recovery si worm, t-r-nu 5,
O. A. E.
2 0 0 0
2 9 0 0
16 0 0
13 3 0
0 10 0
13 4 0
n n t n
u u u -v
. y j i
9 27 11 0
H. O. A. E. & fy "
1 13 0 0 A "
j J J J 1 Opening
oio x 4 iriiiwit
Vi .- """ WS5- ".,- .T -" ? !- - -ALJrV. ' " ,-. JU-JUfc. J.. U. H.STl CMl.f
Reason for Treatment.
It Is during the Spring and Summer that Catarrh
in its earlr stage, inrolring maybe the nasal pas
sages and throat and rocal cords and windpipe,
may be most speedily cured, and the danger of its
extension Into the deeper part of the Uronchlal
Tubes or Lungs averted.
It Is then only during the Spring and Summer
months that those more desperate cases involving
the lungs ttwrncelvtw may be treated with any
There is abundant reason for dweilicg uponr thU
Doctor Cowden's position upon it should be
known to all who suffer from diseases of the mIt
Dr. J. M. Cowckn,
Specialist in All Diseases of Mucous
75 13th Street N. W.
Office hours 9 a. m to 12 m ; 2 to 5 p. m.; 7
to b p. m. daily; bunda)s and holidays, 10 a. m.
to 1 p. m.
er By Griffith. 1. Umpires Emslie
Curry. Time 1 hour and 35 minutes.
Trolley Dodtcer froccrnafnl.
Rusle was In poor form jesterday, and
was hit hard by the Brookljn", while the
giants were unable to solve Yeager. The
BROOKLYN r R. IL O.
Grlffln, cf. 112
Jones, rf. Ill
LaChance, ss 0 13
Sheckard, If. 0 "Tt 2
Shindle, 3b. .
Yeager, p. ..
Totals .-. G 10 27 IS
NEW YORK- R. II. O A.
Tlernan, If. 0 0 10
Davis ss. 0 12 4
Vanllaltrcn. cf. 0 12 0
Hartrnan. 3b 0 0 12
Gleason. 2b 0 0 12
Jovce. lb ', 0 1 10 0
McCrcery, rf. 0 0 0 0
Warner, c. 0 17 0
Rusle, p 12 0 2
Totals 1 S 24 10
Brook! j n 0
New York 0
Two-base hits Hallman. Ityan. Sacrifice
hits Jones 2. Shindle. Tlernan, Davis.
Jojce. Stolen bases Jones. First base on
errors Brooklyn, 1; New York. 2. First
base on balls Off Yeajjer, 1; off Rusle, 6.
Struck out By Teaser, 1; by Rusle. 5.
Left on bases Brooklj n, 12; New York.
S. Umpires Lj nch and Andrews. Time
1 hour and 45 minutes.
Standing; of the Club.
Wllkesbarre 20 13
Toronto 21 14
Providence .'. 16 13
Montreal 1 19 17
Syracuse 20 18
Rochester 18 21
Buffalo 17 22
Springfield 11 20
Yourredlt is good at Lansburgh's Fur
niture House. 13th and F sts. oc3-tf
Ken's Fine Footwear. A
As av special cpenlna; offer, and to
get acquainted vith Washington trade,
we shall sell
m Fairs Mea's Gea
ome FreBcfc Pateat
flanarl Toe,,, at
This offer holds good while they last.
It is a superfine shoe, having; all the
excellencies of those costing $5.00 to $0.00.
They have the new Harvard toe and
the finish, style and masterful workman
ship is unexcelled, j
UNITE! STATES u
C. P. HERRING, Minsgtr.
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At Marshall Hall.
- Steamer TBirles IbcaHtcrVTx, L.
BIk, Cjptaio-lMrei Serenth Street whirl
at 10 x. m. and !:30.i.,'n-. Sunliynt u a.
m. and 2 JO p. n. - .
FARE (round trip), 25ci-
' PLANKED SIUD. DIXNEB en ' antral of
ateanwr at Minntll Hall, jnsteting' Clan
Chowder, etc., 75c
All amusementa. Ererythlnc flntrlaw.
V MIc by Prot. tgaa3grtBga&.
Steamer Chas. Macalester,
L. L. BLAKE, CipUtn.
To MOUNT VERNON,
TOMB OP WASmNOTOJf.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUSDAT; from Seventh
Strcft wharf at 10 a. m. and 2.20 p. m.
Fare, round trip, Me. AdmiiaiOD to groradi
and mansion. SSe.
- The iteamer "Chlrle-iHagatater"-waa
bnilt emrfBlr for the LADIES MOUNT
VERNON ASSOCIATION. No other compan
la permitted to sell admiatlon tirkets to
Uount Vernon. , , .
THE MOUNT VEHNON AND MARSHALL HALL
STEAMBOAT COMPANY. LIMITED.
STEAMER JANE MOSELET.
Sfason Opens Saturday, June'lS.
Daily except Monday. Leares N at. wharf daily
at 8 .SO a. m.; Saturday, 8.30 p. m. For state
rooms, charters and tickcti apply to CUZ1IAN, in
E. F. Droop's Music Store, MS Pa: -are; mr.
ADAM F. WURACH. Manager.
Do Yod Wlah to Enjoy Youraelff
THEN CO WITH
WASHINGTON LODGE, NO 15
B. P. O. ELKS,
To RIVER VIEW,
Friday, June 17.
An attractive programme ior the occasion has
The steamer Sam'l J.Prntz will leave her wharf
at 10 a. m . 2:15 and C'30 p. m.
TICKETS J5 CENTS.
The National Opera
IN A CRAXD DOUBLE BILL.
Prices, 23, 50 and 73 cents.
Next Week-THE GRAND DT7CHES3 .
919 Pa. Ave.
Coolest Place in the City
Our many Electric Fana make yon forget it's
Summer outside hile you listen to the music
The Newest Successes
Are en the Miehinci today and are being changed
constantly. Always fresh and fascinating. Great
bands, famous orators, and widely known rocal
Ists at your disposal. You can hear them for 2eaa
than ever before, fcr we sell
10 for 25 Cents
OPEN DvY AKD EVENING.
ALLEN & TOWERS Directors.
Free Admission to the Grounds.
Week Beginning Jnne 13.
THE PARRY OPERA COMPANY,
In a Grand Production of the
CHIMES OF NORMANDY
Special scenery, new costumes, properties, etc.
A chorus of 40 voicts and an augmented orches
tra. PRICES ALWAYS 10 WD 25a
Cafe Open Day and Evening.
Semce a la carte.
In Operation T)a and ETening.
The Amusement lllage.
The Cuban War Panorama.
Special arrangements made for Sunday Schools,
Tonight at S.15. Only Matinee Saturdar.
The Society Comedy in fonr acts, by STEELE
The Entire Company.
Evenings 25c, 50c and 75c.
Matinees, 25c and 50c.
XETT WEEK "THE ALMICHTY DOLLAR.1
For Cooklnc anil Ileattne
GAB AITLIANCE EXCHANQaV
1424 Now York art.
FOR HIRE Horses and carnages; hor--es talien on
lirery; stalls for rent: horses bought, fold and
exchanged. OXFORD STABLE, rear of 931 N. J.
aye. jell-3t era
DRESS SUITS for hire at GARNER'S, 7th and
H sta. nolS-tf
FOR HIRE To drummers and business men,
horse and buggy or dayton, 52 per day, and
special prices for pleasure driving:. Apply to the
REX STABLES, rear 015 E st. nw.; telephone
call. 10 p30-tf
WASTED To buy a tricycle. Cor. 112 stand
Md. ave. It
OLD DOMIXIOS MEWS -OTES.
Mrs. Bryce Stuart Hume, daughter of D. N.
Walker, died jesterday of meningitis. She was a
young and popular figure in Richmond society.
Bath County yesterday elected five delegates to
the Tenth District Congressional convention,
which meets at Covington on the 22d, and in
structed them for IL D. Flood.
Thomas C. Ruffin and Miss Grace lTelcn Spear
wore married last evening in Grace Episcopal
Church. A large and fashionable audience was
The Methodist ministers of Xcrfolk held a meet
ing yesterday at which strongresolutions were
adopted touching on the Methodist book, scandal.
The resolutions call for a thorough investigation,
and they demand that the book committee of the
Southern Methodist Conference return eery dol
lar of the Congressional appropriation if it shall
be demonstrated that any improper means were
used to secure it. 1m
Norfolk has three girl burglars, all sisters. Ber.
tha, Mary and Martha Page were sentenced to
one year in jail each yesterday morning on tho
charge of housebreaking.
The Virginia Naval Reserves stationed at Nor
folk and Hampton are t6 be mustered in'o service.
Edward Dunlap, agrd twenty-two years, and
son of E. Taylor Dunlap, was found dead in the
woods yesterday morning within 200 yards of his
father's residence, which is about six miles north
west of Staunton. Young Dunlap had been away
from his home since Sunday afternoon, but no
search was made tor him until Sunday afternoon.
At the inquest this afternoon it was learned that
the body was found face downwards, with a razor
unclasped, ,an empty bottle, which had contained
carbolic acid, and a full bottle of carbolic acid
by its side. About a year ago young Dunlap had
a severe hemcrrhage, and it is learned from a
member of the coroner's Jury that the verdirt
was death from natural causes. Mr. Dunlap's faii
ily is prominent In Augusta County.
The Democratic Congressional Committe fcr the
First-Virginia district have decided upon Urbana,
in Middlesex County, as the place, and Tuesday,
August 1, as the date for holding the' Con
gressional convention to nominate a candidate
to represent the district in Uie'Fifty-sixth Con
gress. The basis of representation is fixed at one
delegate for every "100 votes cr fraction tliereof
and F Sts.
Oldetiiaage: longest locstti ':
Regular graduate tmotckooli;
Authorized bfthe District Got ernment to treat
An diacama of the Soae, Throat, ard Lungs, Heart,
Item. Brain, Blood. Skin, btomncb, Hidneya, and
Bladder, Xlght Loises, Sexual Weaknean, and all
Special Dtaeaan of either aex. Stricture. Varicocele
and Hydrocele cured without catting-or operation.
AO pain. 2?o loss of tune. A prompt and per
manent cure fuaranteed. Hrphll" (anj stage) cured
sorlile without mercurjr or potash. Sioezposure,
Dany Offlce- Hoars 10 to 1 and to 8. Sunday. Jt
The 3 Days" Cure
(for men) leads all remedies la this city a
prompt and permanent cure or no charjre; con
sultation free. DR. McKEEHAN. 7l 12th at.
sw. Omce hoars. 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.. s to
p. m.; Sunday, t to p. m. mr2t-lm
His Readings to
Ladies, 2Sc. Gents, SOc.
OIdt established Clairvoyant, tells you Dusinev
love affairs, family troubles; flout lawsuits, di
vorces cr snyttunc you wish to know; brings sep
arated together; causes speedy mamagra; reincvta
family troubles; bad luck spells, or myKterioua
feelings; 10 to 10 daily. 489 II St. sw.
MME. RICH 1RDS, Trance and Businew Medium;
17 years experience; lawsuits; stolen goods;
speculation, etc.; she never fails; cut this out.
1001 U st. nw. JelS-3t-n
MME. LA RUE, Medium, tells past and rrcent;
gives luck, and rpelis taken off. 122S 1 2 P
St. nw. Walk upstairs. j15-Vt cm
Mediuin and card reader. Washingtmt inert
famous Clalrrojant and Fmlmlst. Cmsult Jier oa
buslnefii. lore and famllr affairs; reuuite tbm
separated; remorei tpells; causes speedjr aur
riipes and gives pood luck. Open daily. Gennaa
spoken; 25c and 50a 939 II st. nw. jell 14 1
SPECIALIST In the cure of all Private. Blood and
Skin Diseases, Hemorrhoids. Stricture, Impotence
and Syphilis noeitively cured. Consultaticn and
advice free and strictly confidential to both
seicf. Hours, 9 to 12: 2 to : Closed Sunday.
619 Pa. ave. nw.; Metropolitan Block. jel5-tf
BOKAKY RVE. Gypsy Queen, revea's past,
present and future; readings, 25c. STORE,
1131 7th St. nw. eli-3t
DO NOT BE DISCOURAGED because we could
net fix you last week, for we have, a large
lot of 2ne custom made smt, slightly worn, at
prices to make you happy. JUSTH'S OLD
STAND. C19 D st. nw. JeU 7t
MME. DAVIS, born clairvoyant and card reader;
tells about business; removes spells and evil
influences; reunites the separated and gives luck
to all; cures piles and drunkenness. 1S 25th st.
Scotland's famous palmiet and clairToyant; con
sult him on business, lore and marriage; 9 to 9
25c, Mte and gl 1102 X. V. are. JeS-lm
Mrs. DR. RENNER.,
In obstetrics, cold medal awarded for the science
of ebstetnes from the University of Munich, Ba
varia, treats succefully woman's complications
and irregularities;, private sanitarium for ladies
lefore and during: confinement. Infants adopttd!
Office hours. 3 to 6 p. m. 619 Pa ave. nw.. Metro
politan Block, Washington, D. C jelO-ti
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS,
fMMI F St. jr. IV.
Cold fillimrs and bridge work a pecuhy, t
the lowest pne; amalgam fillings, 5(c; full sets
of teeth on plates. $3; extracting, either bv "pas
or local sprar, abolutelr painles?. S0c; "with
out. 25c; all wcrk done ly experts and guar
anteed the best; open on bandars from 10 to 3
o'clock. " mbMf-em
EXPERT FPFC1 LIST in the core of all private
diseases. Hvdrocele, Varicocele, Stricture. Im
potency and 'Tphilmc Diseases positively cured.
Advice and Consultation Free. Beth Sexes
Hour", 9 to 12, 2 to 5; Tuesday, Thursday and
Satunlir Evening. 7 to S.
CO.: F Street .(irlhueI.
FOU SVLE Beautiful tone, hand-cme case, square
piano; cost J250; just the thins fjr country
home; no reasonable offer refued. S20 4th nw.
FOU SALE Lot of ice cream uten-ils. Inquire
at StAlVS. as Pa. ave. sc. jelMt em
FOR SLE 2 does;
20th St. mr.
terner and watch dog. V5
FOR StLE i good buEK harness, $c Call
early for a bargain. 213S 1 st. nw. jelC-3t
FOR SALE Twin baby carriage; new; dl sell
cheap for cash, or exchange for single carriage
or bicicle. Maj be seen at 308 Mass. ave. ne.
FOR SLE 12.000 old handmade bricks; very
cheap. Inquire at 52 Decatur st. re. It
FOR SILE The entire contents of Dr. McUilI
iams' rrmlenee, including medical library,
surgical instruments, oerating ihair. dining rocm
suite, pallor sa.te, bookcase, three desks, six
chamber suites, four wardrobes, handsome tables
clocks, oil pamticgs, iron crib, center tables
couch, rnaho,rany rocker, upright. $150; combina
tion folding bed, gasoline range, Domcst.c Sew in;
Machine, niLsic box. bronzes, porch chairs, re
vovmgr chair, chiffoniers, lot of mattresses J2
each; electric battery and promiscuous lot of fine
furniture, including the great Egyptian mecrun
ical masterpiece. Utonada: sale nnsitivf. nit ,!
visitors welcome. 525 10th t. nw. jc!5-3t-em
FOR S LE One ret single harness; good as new
suitable for light wagon or bus. Inquire at
HOWARD 110LSE. jel j-3t
FOR StLE V beautiful upright piano of standard
make; only used S months; in perfect condi
tion; must be sold. Address PIANO, this office
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching, $100 for 15
Single-comb Urown Leghorns. Prire stock.
BROOKLAND POLLTRV YARDS
R. C. BOOTH, Mgr. Offlce, cor. 10th and G nw
FOR SVLE At a bargain; an onyx lamp, table,
music stand and piano. Apply at 104 Mass.
are, nc. JeU 3t
FOR SLE Cheap, a nice steam yacht. Apnlr
to THOS. COLLINS. 10th and F nw.
FOR SALE Yacht; length 30 feet, beam 10 feet;
in good condition. Apply 1101 1 1 2 st. sw.
FOR SALE Fresh lawn grass seeds flower and
vegetable seeds, bulbs; also birds, dogs, gold
fishes, etc. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 712 12th st.
FOR SALE $2.93 for 8 ft. extension table;
lounges. &.U)-; refrigerators and gasoline
stoves, parlor and bed room euites. l per week;
cheap cash and credit. REDMOND. 313 7th
et- nw. oc30 tf em
FOR SLE Cheap, 1 gocd spnn; wagon; all in
good condition. 511 M st. ne. Jel6-3t-cm
FOR StLE Pair mules,
order. 1377 H ne.
wagons; all in good
FOR SiLE Good, gentle C-ycar-old horse; 1,500
Its. 1521 E St. sc. - jel5-3t
FOR SLE econdhand phaeton at JiORTIIERV
L1UUKTY UAIUilUk nuithS, N. Y. ave,
bet. 1th and 5th sts. Jel5-3t-em
FOR SALE One nice phaeton: in good order.
Can b seen at TALLY' HO STABLE. S15 O
FOR SALE Stylish hay; good roadster. Apply
CAPITOL CARRIACE CO , Y st, bit. Utb
and Hth sts. JeU 3t-cm
FOR SALE 1 bay horse, suitable for grocery wag
on! $30; also runabout buggy. 10S0 N. Cap '
FOR SALE Chestnut horse; 1,000 lbs.; 7 years
old; gocd business cr delivery horse; price
$00. 031 X. J. ave. nw. Jell 3t
FOR SALE Good llelivery wagon; cheap. Call
85 R st. nw. I jel-3t
FOR SALE Three young thoroughbred Kentucky
saddle horses. P. MULCUAY STABLE. No.
1 Ivy City Track. jel2-t
FOR RENT STABLES.
FOR .RENT Modern brick stable; 3 stalls; room
for 4 vehicles: water in stable: on 30-lt allev-
nw.; win rent very low
oa tne riremiscs. at
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