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THE MORNING TITLES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1395.
IT BENDERS It! SELFISH
AND THIS SALE STILL GOES ON. 8S
Wash. 11 Williams
Our store is full of bargains,
but we consider these four
bargains something decidedly
out of the ordinary. We have
no doubt you will think so too
if you see them.
A handsome Antique Quarlered
Oat M Jebourd -swell front French
IlJovol Glass-high oollsh finish
well made perfect in every detail
A Quartered Oalc China Closet
2 polish lluisa mirror top class
lnut I shelves well made and fin
ished Very handsome. Only
A Quartered 0.ik S-IL Extension
3 Tahlo polish front cry service
A strong, well mode, comfortable
4 1'orch llocker, useful In or out of
s i .oo.
We always keep a fine se
lection of Carpets, Tapestry,
Brussels, Moquette, Axmin
sters. Velvets, and Body Brus
sels, and a full line of Art
Squares in all different grades.
7th and D Sts.
Suit for $8.75.
WORTH $14.00 AND $15.00.
To-morrow is the last day
that ' we shall sell these
splendid suits at this reduc
tion price, practically at
cost. You'll be wise to come
and see them before it is too
late. Remember these Sui.ts
are really worth $14.00 and
$15.00, are made of fine im
ported S 02. Cla- Diagonal
Cloth; are cut single and
double- breasted, Sacks,
Cutaways, Cutaway Frocks;
are well made in every -respect,
and are a bargain you
will not duplicate for many
a long day.
Garner & Co.,
N. E. Corner 7th & H.
Hard man's, Kimball's. Krell's and
Whitney's are without doubt the fpur
leaaers One of them is bound to suit
your ideas Each of them jowesses
merits that engraft them In tho favor of
different people. See us for them.
HarJmnn, Kimball, Krcll, ani
1110 F.St. N. W.
The Produce Exchange
Provisions, Grain. Stocks, Bonds and
Cotton bought aud sold for cash or on
margin. Direct wires New Yorfc and
Chicago. Telephone No 215.
Xa SiaXIXTH STREET T. W.,
Opp. Center Market.
1IROADWAY AND rORTV-TIRST ST.,
NEW YORK CITY.
A .Modern rirc-Proof Hotel containing -10,1
room;, 200 with bath and toilet attached
Good rooms $1-50; Large Rooms. Si.and
with private bath, $2.50 and upward per
RESTAURANT. CUISINE AND
In close proximity to the principal theaters
and tho shopping district
Tic minutes from Grand Central and
West Shore Depots.
LOUIS L. TODD, J. II. TIFE,
- The paper on which The Wash
ington Times is printed is made
C.8. FAULKNER. Sole Agent,
Tlme9 Building, New York City.
THE HARDEST THE BEST.
Telephoned. OOnlU FL n-w
NO FEE UNTIL CURED".
602 F et. nw., Washington, D. 0.
Treats nil chrontc. nervous and blood dli
Kites, alcoholism and opium habit. rtl'B
CIALTY Kidney and Madder Trouble,
Piles. Fistula. Stricture. Ac. PKIVATB
Diseases positively and permanently cured.
Lost Manhood restored. Consultation free.
Office hoars 9 to 12 a m.. 2 to 5:30 pja.
6:30 to 8 p m., Sunday. 4 to 7 p. m.
Dr. Kent's Opinion of the Present
Competitive Labor System.
THE VALUE OF EDUCATION
Mt'n MiiiiiM lie Tntiglit tlio Ultlne
Jlruutj- mill Dignity or Honorable
Work .Moral 'Wort It Di-pewl Upon
(lie Right Urouot I lie Power to Kuril
mid to Help
How the present comiietilive system ren
der's men m-UUIi and prevents, the devel
opment or a love for H.-eful employment,
was the leading thought In the di-courst
of the Kev. Alexander Kent at the People's
Church yesterday morning.
: After n glance at the dictionary definition
of labor ai'd wort and a compariMinto illus
trate Iioh- labor means work accompanied
by much friction and waste of energy, lie
"The rest which a truephilo-ophy and re
ligion promics is rtst from labor, but not
from wink. Even the Infinite knows noth
ing of rest as release from work. Eternal
being is ilorual energy. True, an ancient
writer ays, 'God made the world in six
daK and rested on the seenth. wherefore
the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and hal
"Hut Jesus, when accused of breaking
the Sabbatic law, said: ".My Father work
eth hitherto, and I work." The continuov-s
activity of niture needs no testimony be
yond that of our own senses. Whatever
we may be!l;o the Power at the heart
of nature to be, we cannot bat believe lu its
incessant and unremitting activity, for
the movements, of nature go steadily for
ward, unbroken for' a moment, either by
Sabbath or darkness.
KLE11ENT Or REAL FITNESS.
"Ail true education is a lilting for work,
and the lirst element of real fitness Is a
perception of Its divine beauty and dig
nity, together with a drire to perform
It worthily and well The chief value tit
a moral and religious education lies in
lis power to I in .(luce this perception and
delre. and thus make men consciously
workers together Willi the Highest In-the
moral advancement of the nations.
"In the Joy of this consciousness of min
istry men are to find release from the
pain and drMlgery and friction or toll; and
Just In the degree in which they get rid
of the friction and waste of soul force
in their work will they find it a pleasure
and delight and in it find rest -And his
who can not find rest In his work will
never find rest out of It Ileal rest can
only be found In those forms of aitlvjty
whleh contemplate the welfare of others.
"Man Is a Pocial being and dependent
upon others In the measure that he is
civilized. His moral worth depends upon
his senseof Justice, and the first tiling that
confronts him at maturity is the just de
mand that he shall not only earn his own
living; but that he shall in return for the
care taken of bitu when helpless, add somc
thingto the common stock from which the
helpless may be cared for In the future.
"The only way to meet this demand Is by
useful activity, and It i only in such ac
tivity that he can find happiness. In this
spiritual worth and moral character are
"lint the motives which rule men In their
working hours are the Influences (hat mold
their cliaracturs.nnd the motives that must
predominate under the present sjstem are
selfish They do not make employers Just
or emplojes faithful.
SELFISHNESS ON EOTH SIDES.
"The employer lias liecome so from
a hope to appropriate to his own use a part
at least of what Ills men earn. He does
not share with them his profits, but devotes
all he can get to belter food and clothing
or a finer residence. His employes are
held down to a bare subsistence that be
may be rich and popular in his circle.
"This dwarfs his manhood, while it fills
his coffers. On tho other hand the em
ploye Is such Ijecause he thinks he can do
liettcr for himself that way than he could
working independently. He Is usually
can less of his employer's interests and
makes himself especially Useful only in
hope of promotion.
"Is It possible for men controlled by
such thoughts to develop unsiiflshncss and
brotherly loe in the few hours that are
devoted each week to other things than
business? Tho moral condition of busi
ness to-day is the tiest proof that such pur
poses arp In their very nature uufaorable
to the development of moral worth, the
first element m which Is supreme regard
for the general good.
"Competition for bread and gain, under
social conditions which close the door
of opportunity to many aud make it im
possible for all to win is brutalizing and Its
Influence on all who are crowded out
"Lalxir, under such conditions, has jio
more tendency to foster moral growth
than have the competitive struggles of
beasts of prey. It'ls the glory of human
nature that a good degree of brothcrly
splrit works itself into the activities of
men, oven under a system that offers a pre
mium upon selfishness."
A liiindred thousand pair of even
will rti-e your Want "Ad" If it's In
If you have, )tou will
want to get him fitted
out ' for school. We
make a specialty of
Boys' and Children's
Clothing, and can give
you a little better qual
ity at a little lower
price than anyone else.
It is a mistake to think
that any sort of a suit will
do for a schoolboy because
it has to stand rough usage
is a good reason for extra
care in the selection. It
should be of good material
and well made, or it will very "
soon wear out.
311 7th St. N. W.
Carpeting, ! . ;
Stoves and Ranges
917, 919, 921, 923
KU'ITIIi: OK TllK XEOIIO.
Hev. Mr. limb-Think- tlio Dark Unco
Will Sonic IJny Hule tilt) World.
"Civilization's Rejected Corner-stone"
was tlie subject of a most Interesting iind
Instructive discourse jesterday morning
at Israel (J. 11. E. Clmrcli, corner First a nil
n streets southwest. by the nantor, IleV. II.
Setli IHijle. The argument was liasiil
upon the Idea of the great circle Time, com
posed of three segments, representing the
three races, descendants of Shem, Japhet,
and Ham. The circle was always revolv
ing; two of its great segments had already
been uppermost, and the day was coming
for the third, that npresentl ng the de
scendants of Ham. to the topmost place.
The text was taken from Fsalm 118,
22d verse." "The stone which the builders
rejected Is become this headstone of the
.corner," the truth ot which, however, is
more plainly shown, said the speaker, lu
the words ot Fsalm 68, 31st verse, which
says: "And Ethiopia shall stretch out
Uer hands to God."
"Civilization," said Hev. llr. Doyle,
"Is the degree of success manlias attained
in Iris efforts to conquer nature, and Its
object Is that man may find his perfect
self. The end of civilization Is Uic devel
opment of man, not the Individual or the
automaton, but that perfect man which
will be a type of the possible development
of the whole race. Each must progress
along the same line, never getting out of
touch with ftls fellow man, for no harmony
can be maintained when one man can move
so much more rapidly than the others.
Civilization Is a compact between man
and man, by which the weak gains protec
tion from the strong, and when this com
pact Is violated anarchy results. .It is
simply an effort to enact in social life the
survival of the fittest.
"I admire Japhut and admit every suc
cess he has attained in tho realm or mind
over matter, but Island lnawcat the vision
of his conquest over nature. I admit that
the white race Is to-day master ot the
world and holds the purse strlngs.and gov
ernment of the entire earth, nut in all
this I cannot see in tlicm the people who
are to duvclop this higher civilization and
In whom it is to find a permanent setting.
For the very elements In which the while
race to-day excel are those which have
proved the Nemesis of all nations in the
"Were I asked to point to the cradle of
knowledge my compass would point to the
savages and Indians where dwell a people
of a darker hue. We can not look to power
as the means of realizing a higher civiliza
tion, for it this were true the Rome of
2000 yearsago would rulethe world to-day.
Rome was all, the man was nothing and
thus in transferring the stress from man to
power she became powerless. Thus in the
blind worship of power among the nations
of to-day we see the seeds of deterioration
"Of the Eevcn religions of Uje world not
one is to be credited to the white race. Love
of pride, power and avarice Is the white
man's chief characteristics. For religion
wc must look to the darker races. Christ,
Confucius, Uohammcd aud Iluddua were all
born ot darker races.
"Contrast the negro and the Indian in
imerlca In 1G20, the former numbering
40 and. the latter at least 200,000,000.
Then look at them to day. The Indian
refused to submit to the higher life, and is
almost extinct, while the negro, through his
meekness, increased. Anotherotthestrong
est pillars on which I rest my hopes for the
future of the negro is their intense spiritual
Dubbed While Movlnu.
A. T. Stewart, of 2803 T street north
west, reported at police headquarters yes
terday the theftof a razor, a screw driver,
a pair of nippers and an oil stone while mov
ing from 1C28 Twenty-ninth street last
WE WANT BUSINESS PLACES.
Hie Ball Must Bs Kept Rolling.
No trouble to sell. All
we want is bargains to
Ot course ire still hare many
cood places unsold bnt at, tho
rate we are disposing o( them
tbey will soon be all gobbled up.
It costs you notalne unless ire
make a sale for you.
LIST TOUB PLACE AT
'T. 0. ANDERSON & CO.,
Beal Estate and Business Exchange,
907 G St. N. W.
HOUSE & HERRMANN
CREDIT IF YOU WANT IT.
EPIDEMICS NOT FEARED
Surgeon General Wyman Says Cool
Weather Will Keep Them Out.
CIiim- WiiK'li Will Hn o to Il K.'I't on
All l'.irtK "VTIiJ'rn Cli.ileru
lllslit Come In.
T)r. Wyman, surgeon general f the
Marine Hospital Service, feels assured that
all possible precautions have been taken to
secure the United Elates from an epidemic
of either cholera or yellow fever.
He EajK,that the cool weather will do a
great deal to keep out the yellow fever and
probably tho country 'having escaped so
far there need be no fear of an invasion at
this late time in the year.
Dr. Wyman fays that the cold weather
will not interfere materially to prevent the
spread of chnlera.and that a close watch will
have to be kept un all the ports where
there is a possibility of cholera being In
troduced. He thinks that It will take a
long time for Japan to recover, as the
dleae so'-ius to have fourd a rich soil and
got a fooling that will be difficult to
For a long time to come it is expected
that a close watch will have to be main
tained over vessels Coming from Japan
This is also true of other oriental countries
where there have been outbreaks of
Dr. Wyman says there lias not been
much difficulty experienced In preventing
the spread of yellow fever to this country
from South or Central America, although
there have been cases In both sections, but
that Cuba has been.-dujCns the past year,
as before, a source of constant trouble.
This Is accounted for by the unsanitary
condition of Havana and othcrCuban cities.
During the past juinmer, a constant watch
has len ma lntalneil at Havana, Santiagode
Cuba, and other places, by officers of the
Marine Hospital service, while on the
Florida coast there has been a patrol to see'
that returning filibustered, deserters from
the Spanish and Cuban armies, and political
refugees did not land and bring cholera
or yellow fever with them.
Dr. Wyman says that with all the pre
cautions that have len taken he sees no
reason for alarm In any part of the United
States ocr the Introduction or spread of
WII.iI. IIKSIST IIEMOVAL.
JiiMIpc of tliei Fence Smith Is fsane
Attain nnd wnntHfiilluIil II 1m Office.
There is quite a complication brewing
In the contest for the Anacbstia Justiceship
ofthepeace. Thelatestnews is that Justice
Carroll W. Smith Is expected to be out of
St. Elizabeth's Institution in a short time.
A letter lias been received by Mrs. Smith
from ner husband, In which ho stated
that he was almost able to come out and
would reappear In Anaeoslia and again
win the confidence of" his friends.
Justice Smith's enso Is a peculiar one and
Jt was only a Csy or two ago that he came
to his senses and realized thayie was In a
madhouse. He remembered nothing about
being brought there and when Informal
of the trouble he wxoto bis wife his Inten
tions. Mr. C. B. Smith, his father. In a
conversation Friday, expressed faith in
his son and it is now understood that a
.strong effort will be made to prevent his
Just what the three aspirants to the
office will do Is not known, but they are
using every available Influence to further
their appointment. The man most feared
Is Lawyer Lemuel, Fugltt who, although
a resident of Washington, Is, desirous of
the position, and is said to be backed by
Marshal Wilson. Mr! rugitt, however,
and the action of tho Citizens' Association
In declaring against any other than a local
man will be used against him.
The other candidates are William Fisher
and Albert Richardson, both of Anacostia.
Just VlHln Tea.
"Green tea or black tea, miss?" Inquired
the shopman, in a fort ot medico-bedside
"I don't think it matters," said the girl
"missus is color blind." Fort Worth Gazette.
Beecham's pills for consti
pation io and 25. Get the
book ayour druggist's and
go by it.
Avnsal ultt nor dan fcOOOtW box.
YOU OUR WORD
there isn't a regular price left
on a thing we got in stock.
The reductions are general
all through the store. You
will save money on whatever
you buy here.
What's the use of printing
prices? They don't prove
anything and a page wouldn't
hold 'em all. It is bfttter for
-you to come in and look
around and s'ee just how
matters stand. Everybody
knows we are putting up a
new building. We've publicly
announced that everything
on hand now must be sold
before we move into it. And
it is going to be. There isn't
a housekeeper in Washing
ton who won't find this a reg
ular gold mine. Things you
want at prices the manufac
turers would refuse.
Kev. A. O. Hrowii .shown lt line III
Church HiMiilH.'rr.Iilp nxteimlon.
A large and interested congregation
listened yesterday morning to a sermon
by the Rev A. O. Urown on "Individual
power in church membership extension"
at Foundry M. E. Church. The discourse
was based on the Fpistle of Faul to the
Epboelans.ln which thegreatapoMlejaught
the duty of helping or "restoring" the
brethren who needed assistance.
The speaker raid that he only intended
to talk in a fonilliar and converrational
st le to the audience. He first laid down
the proikisltlou that-it was the duty of one
Christian to aid another for the glory of
the Church and the spreading of the truths
of the Gospil as commanded by the Master
No. one was to assume that he could do
nothing; he should await and seize the op
portunities presented. ln this individual
effort gentleness and patience was to lie
maintained Some spirits. ierhap-. had
to lie taken by storm, but In general suc
cess wai attained by zeal and loving kind
ness. It should also be understood that there
was no heart that could not be subdued.
Some might appear to be as impregnable
as -Gibraltar, but like that they would
eventually yield. It 6hould never be for
gotten that each one of us m'ght be the
honored instrument for salvation A look
or a word might be the potent factors to
achieve euch great results.
The true incentive to this work should be
the creed, for the creed means active
Christianity. The reward for the salva
tion of a single soul was a thing to be de
sired, as it meant more than theciviccrown
awarded to the ancient comiuerororstates
man; It was of more inestimable value
than any earthly consideration.
The Kev. Mr. Brown preached at night
a sermon on "How to be saved," this being
the second in his series of sermons on the
general subject of salvation.
Do yn wiint bonnier? Times Want
"Adi" bring them.
Greatest Virtue the Christian Cnn
1'nietlce, Siys Dr. McKim.
Rev. Dr. MiKim. ot the Church of the
Epiphany, delivered his first autumn sermon
to a large congregation yesterday morning.
His subject was "Human sympathy," the
text for which he read from St. Luke,
x: 33-34 "But a certain Samaritan, as
he Journeyed, came where he was and
when he saw him he had compassion on him
and went to him and bound up his
In beginning his discourse the speaker
pictured the happy condition in which the
world would have been had not Adam
transgressed the law of God. There would
have been a pa radlse on earth.
"We must therefore take things as we
find them," said Dr. McKim, "and seek to
restorethe uulverseto whatltwasasfaras
It lies within our humble power. Lei us as
Individuals exhibit n loftier compassion
for the lower and fallen people ot the
"The abicuce of sympathy is among all
people taken as one of the worst of vices.
Men with ungenerous spirit are heartily
despised. The most damning vice is
"clflshuess. Sympathy Is the most per
fect example of love. Whatever trembles,
lu the Christian's heart trembles In Christ's.
"Next thing to bearing one's own troubles
Is to bearanother's. Those are the iharac
terlsticsof Ihegood Samaritan.
"There are. however, hindrances to a
full exertion of human sympathy. Selfish
ness la the greatest drawback. Ignorance
Is another tur. preventing man from doing
his duty to his fellow man. If we knew
more of our surroundings we would do
IEAXS TO THE INDIANS.
Hev. W. J. Cleveland Complete His
Itcport on tho Bannock Trouble.
Madison, B. D., Sept. 16. Rev. TV. J.
Cleveland, of Madison, commissioned by the
,Indian Itlgnts Association, of Philadelphia,
to investigate for it the recent Bannock
Indian troubles in Jackson's Hole, has
finished his report.
After reviewing the facts as he gathered
them, lie recommends that the Indians be
fully remunerated for game and property
losses; that all persons guilty of violation
of luw Id arresting the Indians should be
speedily tried. Including the governor of
Wyoming and other high State officials;
that the trials bcheldin United States courts
outside of Wyoming; that Agent Tcter be
trongly supported; that the position of
Issue clerk at Fort Hall lie restored; that
the plans of the Idaho Irrigation Canal
Company be thwarted and the whole
matter of irrigation be left with the agent.
As a complete solution of the entire
matter he suggests that the JacksoD's.
Hole country be annexed to the national
A hundred thousand pairs ot eyes
will see your Wunt "Ad" If Jt'a in
Near Historic Arlington Heights.
ALL WHO CAN SHOULD OWN A LOT HERE.
WASHINGTON'S new, most beautiful and
NEAREST subdivision. Beautiful lots, grand
villasite's, all commandingmagnificent view
of whole city and Potomac River.
, Reached now by "Washington & Alexandria R. R. at
"Waterloo Station in 15 minutes from Sixth Street Depot. 30 daily
trains 15 each way. In 90 da-s will be reached by cars of Mount
Vernon Electric R. R. at all hours, in 10 minutes from tZ S. Trcas
ury, at street-car fare. Trains leave Sixth Street Depot daily for
Addison Heights at 6:35, 7:45, 9:45, 11:50 a. m.; 12:50. 1:40, 3:20,
4:25, 5:00, 5:37, 6:15, 8:02, 10:10, 11:39 p. m.
Sundays 9:45 a. m.; 2:45 p. m.
Propert- expensively improved with perfectly graded avenues
and durable board walk. High and healthful location. Beautiful
trees of natural growth -and plenty, of purest and sweetest water.
Has a $5,000 schoolhouse. All nuisances restricted. Far removed
and secluded from every objectionable feature. Here are lovely
home sites for persons of modest means, offered by original osiner.
You pay no profit to a middle man, or speculative purchaser of land,
but get from jirst hands the best property ever offered at the price,
with perfect titlex on terms so easy that any one can buy and ozvn a
home. Lots from S37.50 to 8300. 25 to SO-feet front by 120 to 200
feet deep. $1.00 to $2.00 cash down, $1.00 to $2.00 weekly payments.
No interest. 2so taxes till title is passed.
Special and most liberal terms to parties ready to build at once.
Beautiful homes for home-seekers and certain profits for invest
ors. Now is the time to buy. The completion of electric road, the
approach of good times, and the coming of next spring will advance
prices 20 per cent at least. For full information and prospectus
JAMES E. CLEMENTS
A. T. HOLTZMAN,
1321 F Street Northwest.
Or to C T. II r.SRV. who will be at the omco on the subdivision dally from lu a. m. to 5 p. m.
POLICEMAN COTTER'S CASE.
Action rrobubly Deferred Until Coin-nilN-slonor
Major Moore, superintendent of police,
was lu Harper's Ferry all day Saturday a ml
nothing further developed In the caseof To
Ilccman David J. Colter, who wason Friday
relieved from duly at the bathing Ix-ach, as
exclusively slated In Saturday's Times.
Mr. Colter was directed to report for duty
at his regular station, Georgetown, but Mr.
will not be again till he has given a satis
factory explanation of the circumstances
that led Supt. Stevens to ask for his with
drawal from tho beach.
Commissioner Trucsdcll has been out
of the city ever since the transfer was re
quested. The case will probably come be
fore him Immediately upon his return.
Axsnllaut Took Ills Money.
Joseph Hicks, the negro who was arrested
Saturday night by FolicemenKilmartlnand
Flather, of the Sixth precinct. for.nssault
ing George Kny, had another charge, that
ot larceny from the person.preferrcdaEalnst
him yesterday by the boy he assaulted.
Key says that after beaUng him np with
a brick. Hicks took $2 away from him and
For any caso of Chills or Malaria
Bailey's Chill Pills
will not cure, rorsaloat
MERTZ'S MODERN PHARMACY,
11th and F streets.
And Druggists generally-.
and otners whose occupations prevent
them from making deposits during
regular banking hours will find It con
venient to visit the
Union Savings Bank. 1222 F St, N.W.
which is open EVEKY SATUKDAT
NIGHT between the boursof 6 and 8.
(Four per cent. Interest on saving
& Trust Company.
So diCCcultr la obtaining All the
money yon want of this company if the
security Is BuQcIect Lowest rates ot
Indtrldnals owning unincumbered
real estate can obtain money to build
a home. See us about ttl
J. C BELL, President
Bant, 1405 G St. N. W.
Storage, 1140 15th St X W.
THE NORTH EASTER"X SAVINGS
AND DEPOSIT DANK, corner ot U
and Second sts.n.w.,wlll keep open
every Saturday cvenin: nntll 8
o'ctoclc for the accommodation ot the
public and will receive deposits as low
as obo dollar. The same rate ot Inter
est will be paid oa ttme deposits as Is
now telng paid br other first-class In
stitutions of the city.
WILLIAM A. ENGEL,
We make eTery effort to TIIINT each suc
ceeding lob better than the last. How about
jour printing? Always glad to give estimates.
McCILL. &. WALLACE, Printers.
1107 S Street X W. 'Phone lMt
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