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THE EVENING 'TIMES, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARYrf22ri899.
S. Kami, Sons & Co. S.. Kann,-Sons & Co. THE BROfl
n.i ... - rnr),inn T-.!r.i hvn
seem to give new animation Iff trade. It looks as thouffc ttie balmy days of spring
have riven old winter the go-by shake, und smothered these growome days of t now
and bluster into oblivion. We feel good over the outlook. Business must soon take
an onward march, and when such trade-b ringers arc forced to the front to accom
plish results It requires no music to bring the crowds, v o
Table Linens and. Towels.
CO-inch wide Bleached Table Damask. .10 choice patterns crisp 'and fresh "C
v.orth 35c a yard ... .. --,. LmJ
72-inch wide, extra heavy Bleached Iri3h
linen new choice patterns S3c quality
inn ) T!Mi,in.AhA.i T.."i-ici. TrtAlc
B2eachd Turkish Bath Towels 20x16
eUewhore for ISc
iiO dozen full Bleached extra heavy pile
26C6 regular Jumbo size special price
100 dozen 5-8 size all linon Napkins,
c?b than 7f.c per dozen
Our Laces and
are doing a wonderful business, not a'one
the patterns and designs are so much prcrtier
r.O pieces of all-silk Black and Cr?am Chant illy Applique and Lieve
Laces, 5 to 9 inches wide, 25 to 40c value.
White Butter and Black Yal. Edging, in a "large variety of patterns. 3oc
to 50c value . - - . .-...
A special lot of white and butter color
1,000 dozen Narrow Val. Edging, per
Opaque Window Shades, regular 30x72.
slightly toiled; which sold for 25c and 50c
Netxingahzn and Swiss Muslin Curtain
yard lengths; iorae watch pieces; each
I'igareJ Yclour, in a variety of colorings, which sold for Ct'c ;i yard
Fine Irish Point Brussels nd Novelty Lace Curtain Ends a great many
Ihatch iialrs. Special at .'.T...
A lot of well-known makes of Corset
nnd Nursing Corsets, in v.-hite. gray, and
Thomson's 30c and 73c Misses' Con-ets
Regular 30e Corsets, in medium length,
of Black Summer Corsets
5. ikAlui? 5uri5 qL Lu.
Eighth and Market Space.
WASH I NGTON'S B. RTH DAY
Couldn't be more suitably ce'ebrated bv Department employes
than taking advantage of this remarkable sale of fine Clothing
and Men's Furnishings
$ AT EXECUTOR'S INVENTORY. SCr
Men's W.h-IchI Cloves tl.at -id for 0
Men's llrav lined I.niUirr "lurs f.tn
that sold for lv 4UU
Men's Heavy Natural Maul L-udi- ( 0
weir tliat i-ad ler S')c J Ou
MpiiV Suspenders rirej'cnt tijlit 1.
well wade sold for 25t .. j
Men's I'n'auiHliicd Shirts with n- i)Q.
enforced linrJi foo-oms t-uld for 7.k... Du
Men's Kamv l!uom Percale lnit-. QQn
with tuff to match sold lor 1 UUU
Men' Seainlp Half Iloc llwt Iil
for 12c 4G
Men's Fanrv .lapom-ltr Itoiricnd "7n
HiiidUtttlnelb llut -old for 15t b
McnV Sweet & On's OicralK - nrin
witli or without apron.
Men Linen IIarHJl.eifljitf- l6, imlie
wide. ukl foi 19c
Men's MK-ial W'wolen lioe-M!d for
Men's Xefkwesr, in all the ljlet
stli- and eCeitv-Hild for 50i
H. Friediander &
FOK A SILVER CUP.
V. nsliliisrtnii noivItTN fio to Haiti- '
more In linsrns:' In n Content. i
The crack bowlers of the Co"umbia Ath- ,
Jetic Club and the Saengerbund wei over
to Baltimore this afternoon for a bcVvling
contest and dance at the Gentlemen's
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TIONING THE OFFER IN THIS PAPEB.
- F. JORDAN.
P. O. Drawer 281, Buffalo, W. Y.
rt J nc for twentj-four bottles of our fa
i& ! LJr mous "Cuhiibaclicr" or "Export"
Deere, sent In unlettered wagons. Write or
phone. Wfisfc. Brewery Co., lib and V ne.
nnmant5nf hin -the nast few days
Table Damas-k every thread
i-?tht- na Ihn URiml Se kind. Bar
juft as good as the kind sold I I L
Turkish Towels hemmed, size
assorted patterns. Never sold for
that the prices are specially low, but
than usually seen in other stores.
Point Venise, all overs $1.25 to tAv,
with good spring.'rollers; some
Remnants, 1 1-1, 1 1-2, and 1 3-4
It. A (,.. C. B.. American Lady,
black Jl to 51.23 kind. Sizes 25
an assorted lot. Ve are closing
v.hite and gray. Including a line
II Iri.Uidiicl.i .V Rio
Men's Ulsters and Overcoats.
MrnV KnlNli Melton Overoiat
tliat told for J20... . .
Mtn Coert Cloth Oinuus
Mpifa lio'fa't Kriez? flvsrcoa:
wi ill 20
Men's I "hlncliil U ) erroa t
worth - S,.. .i . .-.-. . . v, .-.
Men"; lliinrhilla Slortn Ileefrr-
hlue or liTo;ni worth $..V ...
Mfii'i; &'r icealile Sniijn .r.h
ilU and $12. ..
Mm'- StjlHh" l'rork Miit
worth HO to" $25...'..'.'
Men's Tinp'Trinee Albert -siit-
Mill's Extraf Jjinrl)ouI)lf-lire.i-l- (?"7 Or
eil Suns worth tl5, 4'.Z0
Mei.'s ci.0 'CaJmrre Ve-1 . 4'JG
Boys' Suits and Overcoats.
rims' Douh'e-hrea-.iel cni:- 7 (T I Q
to 1C ears worth $4 3) 1 .4-0
I'hihlren's ("ape Oereoj: woitli (f ((
52 and $3 4I.UU
i5.m worth of Miii' ll.n ami 1 urnish
uiKs at 30( on the dollar.
DrivingJ'arT;.. ,.The tw-Q Washington teams
will bowl the Driving Park Regulars and
Reserves for a silver cup. If the Wash
ingtons win more games than the Ea ti
mores, the cup goes to Washington, and
the Columbia Athletic Club and Saenger
bund will fight it out between themselves
for the ownership of the cup. If the Driv
ing Park bowlers win it the Regulars and
Reserves will roll to see which shall keep
it. After the bowling there will be an cn
tertainmentr "supper and dance.
JANEY GOES TO BALTIMORE.
PrcnnrliiK for III CoiiiIiik Duul it".
Jim Janey, accompanied by his trainer,
Jerry Marshall, left this city today for Bal
timore, where on "Friday night he will
meet Harry .F.jsher. of .Brooklyn, at Ger
mania Maennerchor Hall. Janey has been
putting in some hard work at Cabin John
Bridge, and is in line fettle. Joe Butler,
of Philadelphia, will assist Janey until the
day of the fight. Their work will be done
on the old Shell. Roadr at the summer
quarterspf the Eureka Athletic Club.
noiilenf Soliool Celebration.
Washington's Birthday was properly ob
served afthe GfeerileaT 'School yesterdav.
Five hundred .and sixty children joined in
singing patriotic songs. The Rev. Edward
Warren -made-the address. The speaker
said that the character of Washington was
an Ideal one, worthy of imitation, and
that it was his love for justice and the
truth that niadeThlni "Father of His Coun
try." ..Washington, has had many birth
days, but the one of yesterday will long
be remembered -by teachers and pupils of
Greenleaf School because of the kindness
of Colonel'Conrfer?U.S'.':.. and the lead
er and members ofJ.hejiJjiited states Arse
nal Ban'd.'whofeneiered their services and
dispensed patriotic -music, which added
materially to 'the spirit of the occasion.
Bears the t Th3 Kind You Have Always Botilrt
Now Jorsey Courts Aid the
Permission Granted for Issuance of
New Shares for LosfeStock.
The GoiiBolldnted CIulwjgjyMI Soon
Start South EvorytlitiTKVorU-
inK In Harmony. .
Those doubting ones, who suspected some
thing would interfere with the proceedings
for the consolidation of the Brooklyn and
Baltimore baseball teams before their ter
mination are doomed to disappointment.
Yesterday the last legal formality was un
dergone, and now nothing remains' to be
done excepting the JiHngo.f akbondjjf 2,
000 by W. G. Byrne and the payment of
$10,000 to Byrne for -his shares of stock by
the Brooklyn club.
The order by the New Jersey courts to
show cause why a new certificate for sixty-one
shares of stock should be issued
was made returnable yesterday. C. H.
Ebbet8, President of the Brooklyns, and
his counsel, Alfred W. Kiddle; W. G.
Byrne, and Moss & Kevins, of the Hudson
county supreme court, were in court.
Byrne had little difficulty in convincing
Judge Xevins that the missing stock cer
tificate was really lost.
After deliberation the Judge authorized
the Brooklyn Baseball Club to issue a du
plicate certificate to replace the one which
disappeared, lie then directed Mr. Byrne
to file a bond for ?2.000, after filing which
the final transaction in the prolonged deal
the payment of $10,000 to Byrne for his
interest will be consummated, and Ned
llanlon and H. R. Von der Horst, the Ori
ole ba&eball lights, will be half owners of
the new Bridegrooms. The negotiations
were amicable all through, and ended sat
isfactorily to everyone concerned. y. G.
Byrne said to a reporter:
Kterytl h,;j has been elearcd"vip now. What
eer diilerencis there ina have been, no lonper
ixi;:. The rliit-liinr tonehes to the combination
of the HrooXUn- and llaltimori will ittpure
onl a little liir.e, as no more compilations
stand in llu. wa.
Ned Hanlon, the managerial star, evi
dently was certain that no hitch would fur
ther hinder the deal, as he did not leave
Baltimore to be in New Yc-k nd watch
its progress. Hanlon and Von der Horst
will reach New York in time for the feched
uie meeting of the Nationul League, which
takes place at the Fifth Avenue Hotel next
Saturday. As soon an the meeting is over,
the Baltimoreans, together with Abell and
Ebbetts, will confer and probably arrange
a policy for the season, besides deciding
the many details ineitable to a transac
tion of such importance as the amalgama
tion of two baseball clubs.
Once the biiEineES sldo of the deal is
completed. Hanlon will devote his time and
energies to his team. Contracts hae al
ready been sent out to the men on the
Brooklyns and the Orioles, and both teams
will be taken to Macon, Ga.. to get into
shape. Not until the men start work will
Hanlon finally decide on the players who
are to constitute the Brooklyns. It is not
likely either that he will select a captain
of the rejuvenated Trolley Dodgers until
he locates his men in the Georgia town.
Some of the rooters across rhe bridge be
lieve that Mike Griffin will be chosen by
Hanlcn to again direct the players on the
field. Brooklyn fans argue that the crack
fielder, having acted in the capacity of
captain last year, is the bestjuan in the
team available. " r
Robinson, who captained the Orioles last
season, will hardly be induced to play with
the Brooklyns. and he is the' only player
that might be regarded more capable tor
ihe position by Hanlon.
The report that the League schedule
meeting would be postponed until after the
St. Louis franchise is sold is unfounded, as
heretofore stated in The Times, as none
of the Eastern magnates is -aware of a
change in the date.
Mark Baldwin la studying medicine in
Welcome Gaston is the euphonious name
of a new Bridegroom. . r .
Old Joe Mulvey is running a shuflleboard
establishment in Philadelphia.
"We don't want no cheap team." is the
mighty chorus of Cleveland fandom.
Catcher Ycager. of the Bostons, is em
ployed for the Vinter by a Cincinnati man
ufacturer of elevators.
"Bert" Jones, the southpaw pitcher, has
signed with Cleveland. He is at present
conducting a cigar store at Albuquerque,
'Bid" McPhee is in his fortieth year,
and is the wonder of the diamond today.
He is even a more wonderful player than
As has been heretofore stated in The
Times there is no deal on hand looking to
the exchange of Clarke, of Baltimore, for
Louisiille has settled all controversy be
tween several Western League clubs over
Pitcher Waddell by signing him, with the
intention of trying him out.
Zimmer," the Cleveland catcher, has not,
received a contract calling for his signa
ture, and it is supposed that the Robinsons
intend to drop him from their list.
Phil Wagner, superintendent of the Na
tional Baseball Park, who was overcome
by the exceedingly cold weather, is in a
state of convalescence. Phil had a close
Jack Stivetts, the crack all-around play
er of the Boston Club, is perfectly willing
to play in St. Louis next season provided
he is given the same salary he now draws
from the Beancaters.
"Big Bill" Lange says he doesn't care a
penny's worth whether he plays ball next
season, as he has an offer to Write a sheet
at ?10 per day. every- day in the year, for
a prominent bookmaker. ,'
Judging from private information re
ceived from several members of the New
York team, most of the trouble among the
players was. caused by "Scrappy" Joyce,
the dethroned manager.
"Sporting Life's" picture of "The Brook
lyn's new all star baseball team" bears a
striking resemblance of a picture of "Agui
naldo and his band," which recently ap
peared in one of the yellow journals.
Al Maul, whom Ed Hanlon resurrected
from the "has beens,' and gave a new lease
of life, is basking in the sunshine of con
fidence, and is singing the spiriting strains
of that old and familiar ballad, "I never
felt better in all my life."
Col. Charlie Bane is a thorough and all
around fan, who has the courage of his
convictions, and a bet df a hat upon any
abstract opinion about the game or its
players always materializes in prompt set
tlement when he is the loser.
Up to date the following signed contracts
have been received by Mr. Wagner: Casey,
McGuire, Weyhing, Dinneen-, Dunkle,
Davis, Freeman, and Baker, pearly an 0r
the men have accepted terms,' among them
Mercer, and will sign contracts upon their
arrival here in March.
It is perhaps safe to predict that Catcher
O'Connor and Scrappy Joyce will beiat the
head of the club that will he put, in .Cleve
land next season. With these two hustlers
it is reasonable to suppose that Cleveland
will have a club next season that will com
mand a generous patronage.
In answer to numerous enquiries The
Times will state that League clubs do
not sell commutation tickets. It may be
that the matter will be discussed at the
next League meeting, but it is not believed
that the magnates will recede from their
present position upon that subject.
CONTEST IN ORATOBY.
Aloyalan S. Fcnnell AVinM llie
John's College Mednl.
The annual contest In oratory, which is
one of the most interesting of the pub
lic .exercises held in St John's College,
took place last evening" in the lecture hall
of that institution. The large number of
tho friends and relatives of the contest
ants gave ample evidence of the apprecia
tion with which the oratorical efforts of
the students are viewed. Each contestant
showed most careful training and rendered
his oration in a manner which evidenced
mastery of his subject.
Great credit is due to Brother Gordian,
the instructor of the class of oratory, for
his untiring Interest in the boys under his
.Tho Hon. John IF. Fitzgerald, Chairman
of the Board of Judges, awarded the gold
medal to AloysiusiS. Fennell, and honora
bly mentioned Antonio Lanza, John J.
O'Brien, James Q. Spottswood. Edgar J.
Rudy, Edward J. Crowley, and Richard M.
Congressman Fitzgerald of Massachu
setts, in awarding the medal, Mild that,
although he came from the Athens of
America, a graduate of the Boston Latin
School, a famed institution, never had he
in all his experience, heard such masterly
exhibitions of the principles of oratory.
He complimented the Brothers on their
Tho programme was as follows:
Against Disunion William J. Cantwell
Invecthcs against Mr. C'orry Ceorge W. Luias
The Irish Soldiers on I'oieign KiehN, J. J. O'llrien
Our Constitution Edward J. Crowley
Liberty J. Kajniond Forney
Liberty and fnion Antonio J. Lanza
Emblems Alomis S. Kennell
The Hero of Atlanta Kdar J. ltmlv
Thoughts on Washington Itichard M. Walsh
National Sentiment lolm J. Karley
Our Heroes J. Carlisle Spottswood
Iribh Aliens. Henry 1J. Oiim
The judges of the contests were Dr. J.
II. P. Benbon, Rev. John P. Chidwi;k,
Hon. Amos J. Cummings, M. C; Prof.
Maurice Francis Egan; Hon, John F.
Fitzgerald, M. C; Rev. Dr. E. A. Pace;
Hon. Lemuel E. Quigg, M. C; Hon. Wil
liam Sulzer. M. C.
During the evening several musical se
lections were rendered in splendid style
by Master Norman Daly and Joseph Cul
len. Orations were also delivered by Arthur
J. May, medalist of the class of '07, an 1
John Hartnctt, jr., medalist of the class
PROF. BISCHOFF'S CONCERT.
An AiinrcciutMc Audience Hcnrx n
Splendid I'l-agriiiume .
The second concert of the season under
the auspices of Prof. Bischoff was given
last night at the Congregational Church,
corner of Tenth and G Streets northwest.
Prof. Bischoff was heard at his best and
was assisted by a large number of well
known local musicians. Each number on
the program was received with hearty ap
plause. The program was as follows:
"The Maid and the Flower," Geibel;
"Hunting Song," Geibel, male chorus;
"Non Destarmi" ("Romeo and Juliette"),
Gounod. Miss Carrie L. Graham; (a) "Ec
stasy," Mrs. Beach, (b) "At Parting.-'
Rogers, (c) "On Board." Goddard, Mr.
Douglass G. Miller; "Spinning Song"
("Flying Dutchman"), Wagner-Liszt. Miss
Hope Edna Hopkins; "My Little Love,"
Miss Elisabeth Antoinette Stuart; (al Lar
go. Handel, (b) Psyche gavotte, Bischoff,
Dr J. W. Bischoff: polonaise ("Mignon"),
A. Thomas. Miss Dayelle Taylor; 'Creole
Lover's Song," Dudley Buck. Mr. J. Wal
ter Humphrey; valse de concert. O. Musin.
Miss I,ouise Carson; cavatina ("Semiram
ide"), Rossini. Miss Virginia Powell Good
win, "Good Night." Stone, male chorus.
COURT BUSINESS SUSPENDED.
Of all th holdiays of the year none is
sc sacredly observed at the City Hal' as
this the anniversary of Washington's
birthday. During the day quiet reigned
supreme in and about the building, busi
ness was suspended in all the branches of
the Supreme Cotirt of the Distri t, the
office of the Register of Wills and Record
er's Oifice, and even the crimina's were
given a day of rest from prosecution by
the officials in the office of the District
On Monday and Tuesday there were no
trials in either of the crim.nal courts ou
account of the alisence from the city of
Justices C. C. Cole and Andrew A. Brad
ley, both of whom went to New York to
participate in the reception tendered Jo
seph II. Choate, Minister to England, by
the members of the National Bar Asjoc a
tion. Business will, however, be resumed
in both these branches of the Supreme
Court of the District tomorrow.
In Criminal Court. No. 1. Justice Cole,
presiding, the trial of Frank H. Miles'
charged with embezzling the funds of the
District while employed as a clerk in the
office of (he Tax Collector, will be com
menced, while in Criminal Court, No. 2,
Justice Bradley, presiding, several jail
cases are set for hearing.
The Miles case was commenced in Crim
inal Court. No. 1. last December, but ow
ing to the illness of Chief Justice Bingham,
who presided at the trial, the hearing was
discontinued. Since that time Miles has
been very anxious to hasten his trial, and
made several applications to the court to
have a day for the retrial of the case fixed.
Owing to the necessity of disposing of the
cases of William Strathers, Charles Win
ston, and Edward Smith, each of whom
was charged with murder, it was impossi
ble till a few days ago to definitely set a
time for the trial.
Since the beginning of the year this is
the first term that both tho criminal
courts have been in spssion. and as a re
sult considerable business has accumulat
ed. It is understood that the first cf the
prisoners in jail charged with murder who
will be called for trial is Georg'e W. Ilor
ton, who killed Mrs. Annie Nicholson in
Armory Place in June last. Following this
trial will come those of the other six mur
derers now in Jail awaiting trial.
While these cases are being heard in
one of the criminal courts there are sev
eral other important criminal cases which
will be called for trial in the other branch
of the Criminal Court. The first of these
which will be tried is expected to be that
against the bookmakers who are charged
with violating the gaming law at the Ben
ning racetrack during the last meeting of
the Washington Jockey Club. Then the
cases of the United States against Samuel
M. Bryan, former President and General
Manager of the Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone Company, who is charged with
violating the recent act of Congress fixing
the price chargeable for the rental of tele
phones in the District, will be called.
The cases against the local labor leaders,
who are charged with conspiracy under the
anti-trut law, it is exp.cted, will be reach
ed early in March.
Dr. Hunter, -of KentueKy, Minister to Ouate
maln, reaclieil Washington yesterday afternoon
on leave of absence.
The house in which Lincoln died. S10 Tenth
Street, will he open to the public from 2 to 5
o'clock this afternoon.
Zach E. Thomas, a well-known flrand Army
man, died at the University Hospital csterday,
after an illness of several months.
A woman's intenUnominntional prayer service
will be held in the NeV" York Avenue Presby
terian Church tomorrow morning at ll o'clock.
The Mary Washington Chapter, X. S. D. A.
11., has offered a cold rricdal to the graduating
classes of the Washington High School for the
best essav on American history.
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The large attendance at the union pray
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in the evangelistic services to be held here
by Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman, commencing
tomorrow, evening at Calvary Baptist
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city ten days, and during his stay, except
on Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays,
will hold meetings at 4:15 p. m. at the
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Cancer, Blood Poison ABSOLUTELY ! FALLIBLE SLUE CUBE.
WHAT WE r.VTlANTEE 31. I. S. T. WILL CURE:
Will cure Rheumatism, na matter how Ions s:ancunp.
Will cure anr case cf Infiammation of tTie Bladder WILL CURE BLOOD POISON E AST
STAGE. WILL "CURE ANY CASE OF IUABF.TES.
Will cure any cac or lark of cnerpy that can be cured, and permanently restore youthful
vitality. It is no stimulant. Us effects a c permanent and lasting.
Sis boxes of M. I. S. T. Xo. 2 will cure any rate of Stricture without local treatment.
Six boxes of M. i. S. T. :vo. '1 win cure any case if aricocele-
Will cure and remove entirely from the system Cancer ind Cancerous Rerni'.
In addition to the aboe, M. I. S. T. Xi. 2 has cured many ca-ts of Paralysis. Locemotdr
Ataxu, Spinal Trouble, and apra'cntly incurable dufae of the nerves.
M. I. S. T. ha-' been on the market for over twent yesrs and ha1? cured thousands of suffer
era. It "is prescribed by leading phjsicians a.l over the country. It is pleasant to take and
absolute"? fcafe. It never increasoo or dlminiilies the action of the heart.
FpmB MDHi JBBHH H vr,u 3rc suffering from any chronic disease.
g you are urged to write us. no matter how many
LbM IM HhH doctors or kinds of medicines vou have tried wilh-
Pt out "to'- WE GUARANTEE TO CURE YOU.
B P Tliat you may judge of the value of the Great
I Hi HS93 EHSB59 Specific for yourself, we will send you cne larga
cae hv mail FREE, only a.-Mnjr that when cured jouislf you will recommend it to others. Writs
confidentially to our medical department, Riving sjmptems. $1 per ben, or sis boses for ?5.
M 1 S X PO 61 3Lpuisiana Avenue
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Call or Write for Sample Free.
CTADAHF Separate room", ?t per
5 1 UKAVJC. month; 'goods insurrd;"
packing and hauling done at reasonable rate:
(loans can be obtainetl on goods stored with us).
NORTHWEST STORAGF HOUSE,
31G-31S Sth St. air.,
For Cooking and Heating.
GAS APPLIANCE EXCHANGE.
1121 New York Avenue.
Chichester's Engllih Diamond Brand.
Original and Onlr Gennhse.
src, alwijt reliable. toits ik
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naotker. Rtiu9 danatrout tulttitu.
tiont and imitalutnt. .AtDrcfrriita.orie?2c
la straps for partledars. UitlncnilU in!
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1 THE NEW
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of seU'&bcse or excess and indiscretion. Uestorl X.cstJSjiaJjt,
Power and Failing; Memory: arils oli Inianity and Comnrjp
tlon. Cures when all others fail IntLt on havine VITALIs,
Do other. Can be carried- in the -est ('& By mail $1.00
per pack are or six for tS.OO with a guarantee to Care or
Refund the Money. Circular free. Address
CAXUMET CUKE CO., 88 1 Dearborn St., Chleasr
Sold in Washington, D. C., by E. Steven,
9th and Pa. ave. nw., and lienry Evar.j, 933 7
ft. nw. MSG-mo.w&tri-lTr
D?y. i J
Stylish of Bicycles.
to AH Sufferers.
Why Suffer From Rupture ?
-ee' v The llorick Air Cushion Truss ii
V 0- the best. It has a soft inflated
rubber fad insuring comfort no
other truss like it. Adopted by the examining
surgeons of U. S. Government, the highest en
dorsement. Call or send for catalogue.
THE KOIUCK AIR Cl'SIUOX TKUSS CO.,
1224 F st. mv..
Washington. D. C.
fel2-3rao3 (Mention Times.)
UAUC Vnil S01 TIiroat. I'iniples. Coppcr
rlHlL 1UU colored Spots, Ache. OM
Sores, I'lcers, in Mouth. Hair
railing? Write COOK REMEDY CO.. 1031 Ma
sonic Temple, Chicago. HI., for proofs of cure-j.
Capital $.VX),000. Worst cases cured in 1.1 to 3.1
daj- 100-page book free. mv3-ty
Alpha Medical Association.
ORGANIZED TO BEXEFTT THE PEOPLE
FIRST-CLASS MEDICAL OR hl'ROlCAL SERV
ICES AND ALL MEDICINES AND SUROICAL
APPLIAKCES FURNISHED FOR A FAMILY OF
3 FOR JJG PER YEAR. Easy payments. A physi
cian at the office during busfnesi hours. No
extra charges whatever. Nothing to pajr until yon
get your certificate. Call and enquire about" it.
Reference to those who liave been treated.
J. T. ELLIS, Manager.
C13 E St. NW. Hours-S:3(l a. m. to 5 p. m.
1'lij sician's Sunday Hours, 0 to 11 a. uu. 011h.,
hours by appointment.
PATIENTS VACCINATED, 25c EACH.