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TOE MOB3?ESr(x TIMES, MOXDAT, OCTOBER 11, 1805.
new m iim m
ON THE WATCHFOR BARNETT
Only Nine Bays
with some wonderful
bargains. We have been pre
paring for it for some time,
and it has found us better
fixed than ever in our draper-
We arc giving unheard of
values in Swiss Tambours
real Brussels Nottinghams
Irish Points and all kinds
of silk face and cotton tapes
tries. Nor have we neglected our
carpet department, but have
a wonderful array of pretty
designs in all makes and
Was!i. B.Wil Hams,
7th and D. Sts.
ill In !
as well as Men's
in fact, we liave quite a
reputation on our Boyb'
Clothing- nowhere in
town will you find such a
splendid iibsortment to
choose from, nor such rea
Stylish Fall Suits in
Tweeds, Heav1 Serges,
etc", in great abundance
311 7th St. N. W.
HKOitim'AY and roRTV-nnsT st.,
M:W YORK CITY.
A Modern I ire-Proof Ilotelcontalnln:30.i
looms, 200 with fcath and toilet attached
1 I'KOI'EAN PLAN.
Rood room, $1.50; Large Rooms. 52. and
with rrhat bjtli, SJ.SO and upward per
nrsi AI'RAXT, CUISINE AND
.SI K Id. UNE.NCI.LI HI.
In closo proximity to the principal theaters
and tho shopping district
I lie minutes frjm Grand Central arid
West Shore Depots.
LOL'IS I. TODP. J. IL I'lFE,
O u n c r. .Manager.
The Produce Exchange
Provisions, Grain, Stocks, Bonds and
Cotton bought and sold for cash or on
margtn. Direct wires New York and
CLicaga TelepLone No i'15.
No. 21GMNTH STREET X. W.,
Opp. Center Market.
and others wiwtc occupations prevecl
them from malting deposits during
regular baukinc hours will Hud It con
venient to visit the
ln!on Savings Bank. 1222 FSt.N.W.
which is open EVERY SATUUDAT
NIGHT bol trcca the hoursot 6 iud8.
IFour per cent, interest oa savings
MAOnifJ Wo will send you on application
rnMnUlll the latest an! best hook published
TDAIIIMR etplalnlnr MARGIN 'JHAIUM!
illAUIIlUaml DEFINING ALL .MARKET
CVDI AlFJCn F.XI'lttiMov. Also our Dally
CArLHIIlCU JIAHKCT LUTTEH, suggesting
when and in what to trade. Ilota free National
Hank rcfcronccs furnished. W. Z. UUG11TJS
CO., 300 Traders' Uulldlnc Chicago.
Money to Loan.
llils company has abundance of
money to loan on real estate and col
lateral securities; in sums to suit, at
prevailing rates of Interest.
If you own unincumbered real estate
and le?Iro to bnlld a home we will
t loan jou the necessary money.
American .sccurltj X Trust Co,
a J. IlriJL. licsMer.t. 1405 C Street.
THE HAHTE6T THE BIST.
TtltpkesetL Office llil' it. u.w
Acelyline Gas, the Cheap lllumi
nant, Exhibited Here.
POWERFUL AND BEAUTIFUL
A Small Cylinder Will Hold Enough
. to Ijii-t H Ijirjn- IlmiMj for 1'liroo
Montli. ITnilfr Kn oralilo Condi
tion It Con Ho KiirnNliod Ht Flf
Uimi Centx lVr 1,000 Kect.
The putter and lieauty "T ncctline. the
new lliiiniliunt, were politically and Inler
vMlncly dinjotslr.itcilt-.iliiriI.iy e'.enmc at
81i rU-trnliviUli Mnet northwest by llr.
F. L. Tnyon, who I luU'reMed i'l thoeum
luny about to he formed Tor the purpn.se
or Introdui ing the new s.n Into ceneral
ut-e In Washington.
At tlieiliiiioiMtrittloiiiiiHleMiilillion wire
a number of ierou-. Invited liy Mr. I'.icon,
.unoni; i Imhh were JIH. II. E. llllihrot k.
Assistant Mt-n-l.irj ol the .Navy .McAiioo,
.Mr.. .McAiioo, Hon. John A. Cus-xiu, Mr.
Arnol I llugitf. -Mr .Arthur T. lirltc, Mr.
and Mrs. Cli.irlei IMj-aiii. Hon. J..I. Hemp
iiill, Comni.m.ler aul Mr Cliiciwiik, Rev.
Howard V. Hour Emits llr. Z. L Jmiwits
lion. K. i!atlint,l.. Cii. 1" W. Huide-koH-r
nn I Mr N itli.iniil WINoii.
nil Iowi-r nun ti'oiMi floors of the
lHiililuiir wtreilhiniliMti'il with tin- ku. Hie
Inn.ersor the Wa-liiuctoii lijrf l.lcm Com
lianv lieiiiR used in tne exhibition.
A.vlMine lu lieen KJitlnclly HecrlUil
as a pure e.irlion -.iimr, .mil to live n
initio lh.ll vn !' umirrMi"!. ii-. lff:lit
is to other en llphtN .t Hi" lil.iinoiid ib to
oilier J-ei. Wmle ,n .1 ca- it ha-. Im-oii
rorne.irlv.i eeuturj kiioun i" ihei IkioiiIn
il wai reivnllr tlixiiw rod hi" Mr. T. I..
Vilv ,r .North C.iiolln.i, Hint It eimlit
lie produird In large iuamitii- at a small
Infiivlnsa qnuntltyor luiieandrunvilered
mkeniristaiiiiiftii lis w.it.iroihiil,vhicli,
when ihrown inlo w.Her, mu-ert the new
romjiouiiil to errerve-ee and cie out ac-et-liiH'Kas
TnefUfed nn is known ast-ali 10
A Nr.w niscovniit.
One iiuil or the earliidy ni Xonnd In
ptoduee f h r cutuc feet of ao'tylliieand this
was further iVni.iiiMr.ilril to ! equal to
"an illuiniiiatms piweror 2tiO uindleb ixt
pound uf carliiuo.' On Ihi hvrfo of this
a new t!lcoer n.ismoile, that is, tluitllie
jas could lu lomerlisl Into a liquid. Tills
allowed two nielhoiK or lomeyluB the Kas
Ihrouith the pli-. (Hie MieHimt is to pro
duce Ihe cas hy eolins; it out of a ran
crliTlmtiH lit lie nuclei arbliln. i nil water
are placed ami the oilier liyindiifr tlieliiiilcl
Kas in ejlimlers and regulating 118 flow
throueh Hie nines In nr-hsure.
Mr. I'ajsoii exhlliil.il IkiIIi niethoiN lat
iiikIiI. In the gas jets he tiieil acetjiine,
wiiich wn, produeeil from u reseroir or
convenor In Hit lidM-menl. lie also had .1
nunilierof ejlliiilersDfallsiiesln whkli ihe
liquified aeetllne was mured ajul Into
which small pipes with lmniers were run.
In the upper parlor one of Hie in,,t inter
estliu; experiiiieiits was git en. Two or
dinary gas Jets were supplied Tilth aitv
llne. The lignt proihii-ed was soft and bril
liant, like the light of Ihe sun. It was es
timated that the effect was that v. huh it
would reulqre fifleen tlme t lie olume of
theaeetyline in gas to produie.
Tlie acetyllne was then extinguished
and the local gas was tiirmsl on with the
same force and through the same onfiirs
and the room was prailkally hi darkness.
It was an nstonWung and um lining let.
It is not known ttlialoiieof the Wnsinugtou
gaslight MucklmlHeri, thought, who was
present, lMc.iue his f.icr could nut I eeu
in ihe light or his company.
one cnlile fool per hour of acelyline has
As It is expressed wilh n rerence to the
ordinary gas "The eiiuivaltnt inaietylme
gas to an ordinary fiw-foot liurmr rntisl
at twenty candles Willi ordinary coal or
watir gas would he two hundred and filly
does not follow the gas in nppreiiable
quantities, in which we Ihe light flickers.
The pure acelyline has a direct. Intense
lirilliaut light and is without odor when
lighted. Uulighted and escaping it mikes
its presence lelt by a very pungent odor
to zero or at least a minimum."
AT 15CILNTS l'KIt 1,000 FEET.
It can be stored In lamp posts, it can lie.
used on railway trains, it can bo used in
residences, public buildings, mid as an
Hluniinant for streets It can lie provided
at half the cost of gas. It Is alrcnly
largely used In I'htL-uleiphia, It is also
claimed that under toe must favorable con
dition? It ran be furnished at fifteen cents
per thousand feet.
The portable cylinders can lie made so
small that they can be used as bicjcie
lights. A cylinder six Inches In diameter
and about five feet long will contain
enough liquefied acetylene to last a twelve
or thirteen room bouse for three months.
A company to supply ncitvlcne to Wash
ington consumers will lie organized shortly
with Mr. Charles Pavson, of this city, as
president. A great ileal of the stock has
alrtady lieen taken. The gas for a short
time will be supplied to tills center from
New York, but only until u plant can be
erected here for Its production.
unhiy evening vrnst ha tiulors appear under
this light aH they do in the sunlight. For
Instance, it is ctisj to distinguish blue from
grein and Ihe oilier colors preserve their
natural effis:t on the eye. rrmtlCHl tests
were also made in the readiug of brilliant
Ope, the smallest made.
COItOXATiON OF Till: V1HOIX.
I'laclnirii S 15,000 Crown Upon n suit
ui'V Ilcml at ISuudiilniiiie.
Mexico City, Oci. 13. Vast crowds at
tended the corrnation or the Virgin of
Oaudaloupe jestenkiy. The colle
giate church was filled as early as T
o'clock this morning. Thieves reaped a
Archbishop Alncon, of Mexico, received
tlie crown of gold from F.itllur 1'lamarie,
who took a l Miniiicnt port In arranging
for the festival Tlie archbishop hlessisl
the crow n and prayed for the protection of
The crown was then sprinkled with holy
waler After further solemnities and the
singing of tlie hymn, "O, Glorious Virgin;"
the laiiharisi and mass, the crown of
gold was olevnled to the head of the Image
of Ihe virgin. The crown cot ?4o,(IU0.
The foreign prelates In attendance
included Archbishops Corrigan, New York;
Chapelle, Smite Fe; JamvH'iis, New Or
leans; KIder, Cincinnati; llishops Dune,
Dallas: Northrop, Charleston; Henslin, Nat
chez; Maes, Covington; Wtitcrson, Colum
bus; Hamler, Springfield; Oallagher, (ial
veston; Hume, Nashville; Vlcatard, Vin
ctnncs, and l'cralta, of Panama.
HUI.i.iri& USED AS AltOUAIKNTS.
Three Jlon Killed nt n Kentucky Io
Bl. Touls, Oct. 1:1. A special to the Star
Sayings, from Lexington, Ky., says: Dur
ing Ihe progress of a KopuhlJtan nieeling
ill a Himll hamlet in Kuolt county, last
night, n nielee occurred which resulted in
the loss of three lives.
Judge Combs was addressing the meet
ing. -V imriy of young Democrats took
umbrage at a ttal emeut in ide by I he speaker
and a general fight followed. Pistols and
knives were freely used.
When quiet was restored It was found
that Tom Howard and Henry Patton,
Democrats, and Judge .loslali Combs, the
speaker, were dead, and at least a dozen
The scene of the riot Is at nn almost in
accessible point ln-the mountains, and fur
ther particulars are not obtainable to
night. assaui.ti:i in thi: teiivle.
Old Jinn lliittpn Wltli llriiKH Knuckles
liy ii Viiiing Iluffiim.
Bt. Louis, Oct. 13.-Iurliig service at
a Jev.Msh synagogje on North Seventh street
yesterday. Fay llartmau, a joung man,
attaiked Jacob Weissman, aged eighty five.
Tlie old man was knocked down and
brutal!) ben ten with brass knuikles before
the audience could interfere, and cannot
survive his Injuries.
llartmau was arrested. Tlie ownership
of a pevv caused the difficulty.
II UHll I.IEHKNECIIT'.S TltlAL..
It Will Tiikc Place Hefore tlie Opcn
lutf of tin ltelelisitiiir.
New York. Oct. 13. A special cable to
the Herald from Berlin says The trial of
llerr Llebknciht nt Hreslau on a iharge
of lese majeste will take place liefore tlie
reojiening olrthe Helihstag next mouth.
-Mnv llnve Killed Her Itlval.
Carrie Powell and Nettie Brown, both
colored, quarrelled last night In Freeil
man's alley alut the possession of the
affections of Richard Ford. Nellie used
a hatchet on Carrie's head, which was frac
tured and al-o badly cut. The Injured wo
man's condition is critical. An operation
was performed on her nt Frcedman's Hos
Good .Mornlui llnvo you read tlie
"Universal" adv. on the flrnt pujr.
Farden's Accomplice in the Express
Robbery May Be Hiding Here.
Detect Ivck Are Alert and Hope to
Cnteli tlie Iiidhtiihtii lVliu Stole
1 0,000 Ills. IJoerlptlon.
The incinliera of the local detective force
nie just now keeping their more or less
eagle eyes peeled for a sight, or James
Uobert Harnett, the iiicompllsheil inplnye
of Ihe Adams Kvprcss ConqMiiy at Torre
Haute, who, vv ith John Don Fnrdeii, rnblnsl
that eoinpany of a large sum of money on
theUlh of last Siptenilier.
Farilen Is now In custody, having lieen ar
arrestcd in I'alliuiore .several days ago,
after having sojourned a few hours in
this city, nud Harnett is alu lielieved to
haveiome l'..istainl m.iy bein hiding elthir
here or In that city.
Am I'anlin was a Washington man it was
thought liktly thin he would com- to this
lit', after lie and Harnett suiiveded
In getting away Willi the funds, and
lUlievitl's Detettive -Vkeiiey was noti
fied to keep on a lookout for hiiu,as well
as the dilutive office al l.eudquarters.
As oipiitod, 1'ariliii iiirmsl up, snipping
at Ihe llotil Knirhh, but almost as soon
as he n ached town his presence was
known, .mil his stay lusted but a couple of
Winn he took the train Ditittlve Mi-'
Hevitl was just ten minutes Im liiml liini,
anil at once nolilie'i iMllliuoro In look
out ror him. As a result lie was nrristcd
in tli.it itiythenoM il.iy.
Actor.tliig In hiinten'K ilalm Harinltls
the man most w.tutej, having gotlni more
than ttto-lhinls the stoliu lii,iioii.
While rnrden iv.i'.i.elilir of the express
olllce at 'lerre Haute Harnett was agent
or the Vaiidalia Itailroad Comiiiny, and
would Irequcnliv be short in hlsnusiunls
When tne railroad company's auditor
would tome around Fanlin would plaLe
money in Harnett's hands to make up,
getting It back wiun me auditor li il. Uu
one oieasion he lelt a pai kage containing
sli,00O nilh Harnett, and the kilter
iciicd it and proposiil tliul they divideaud
leave il.e Male.
When Fardtn agreed to do this he claims
that Ikirnetl gave him ?5,iiui, retaining
1 l.omi himself. Hoih al onie lift Terre
Haute, an I Ikirnetl's acoounts were found
to be straight.
Ikirnclt is described ns being tliirtv nine
yi-ars old, five Ii-et, eight imlus in height;
weight, 1K0 pounds; dark hair, streaked
with gray; gray eyes; sharp nose; square
short upper lip, has deep dimple in hlsihiti;
hair cut short, pompadour si vie. When last
seen he worn no beard exis pt a limsiaihe
about three wis-ks old. He leans forward
from tlie hips v lieu wnlklng.and has promi
nent calloused lumps on palms of Hands,
eauseil by vlttrol iiolsoning. lie vvorestco!
eolore-d suit and tan shoes.
A large reward is offend by the express
conipain for his arrest and the recovery
r the money, or Information that will lead
"now, thi:x, no rr."
Aiiplioatloii of 'I lime Knur AViiiiIk.
Itev. llr. J. J. Mulr, pastor of the J:
Slrci t Hapiu-t Chiireli, preachtsl to a large
congregation last evening on tlie puliJcU,
"Prompt Action Frgisl." The a- nils of
the toil were: "Now, then, do it," from
II P.imucl, ill. IS, win re Aliner told his
In-ojile to plesige allegl.inee to the joung
"Those four words," said Dr. Muir, "are
expressive of the progressive action hat is
stipiiostsd to i liaraeierize this ninclct nth
is'iuury. The words may, in the first place,
Ik- adnressisl lo Ihosi- who are dilatory In
hisin-ss matters. The man who is called
luckv is he who has learned to act promptly.
Proerastlnition is ratal. The fault or Itio
unlucky man is almost always in husieir.
Tl ere are loo many men that w Hiit time
in the bumes. world.
young ma ii, ir you aredlliilorv, give It
up; He prompt in aitlon. s.co tin-opportunity
In lore it has futiisl past and stize
time by the iori'loek, The won I ought'
carries everything witli It and lndhates
that present duty demands Iiiimcdiutc
Tlie minister applied the other and spir
itual side or his text by saying there are
synqiathics to be expressisl.aetsor i hiirity
to lie done, anil recoiu liiatloiis to be aci om
plisheil that-demand immediate ooiisidi ra
tion as well as a iiythiug Hi tlie business life.
The intention of men is good, said he. but
they plead delay. It Is iniKT.itive that
men and women should i-onfcss Christ and
profevs him as their saviour. No plausible
excuse can be given for delay In coming to
He referred feelingly to Hie late James
E. Hugh, gineral secretary of the 1'. M.
C. A., and snid'every young man In the
city would in some w feel the loss
of his influence.
JDXIOIt OHIi:it COOD 'ITJ-Ml'LAHS.
Trmple on l!hiiIeiiliurLr ltoad.
The preliminary organization of a Juvenile
temple was effected at the Douglass Me
morial Mission on tlie Ulaileusburg road,
Al the ciniehislonof the regular lesson ex-erei-es
under direction of the Jlev. L. D.
Ilerron, Uraud Sutterlnteiideiit . W. Kussell,
by invitation, explained llievvorkof Juvinile
to tne fourfold pledge and the regul ir ex
eiclses of tlie te-mple were had, Miss Ada
Constll being the organist.
, Among tlie adult helpers pnsent were:
Chier Templar Shaw and Miss Ida W.
Phlllliw, of Stern's Memorial Lodge, H. title
AiHterson, Lena ejalich, Mrs. Hiley and
Wllliaiu Warren. A inesMliig for complet
ing the organization will be held in tlie fame
place next l'riday afternoon.
Undine Juvenile Temple, w hlch has held
Its wc-cklyinectlngKiinlnteTruptedly over ten
years under the superinteiiiiency or Mrs.
Kmma r.Ilishop.met InMi Ifonill.tll, Eighth
mid 1 ttrteisnortheast, Saturday. irtonioou.
There was a large attendanivaiiil the little
people were highly coumliincnlcd by- the
grand superiiite'iideMitforlheifficlencj with
which they conductisl their Umple work.
Minnehaha Juvenile Temple-, Miss Nannie
Daniels huperiuteiiduit. Miss Gregg pianist,
was out Iniorco InSocletvTempIe.snturilay
;ifternoou, and nddesl to its rapidlv growing
list of memlMTS by tlieelectinu of three' enn
ilidates. Mi-s Dankls was assisted bv
Mrs. Kent, of Minnehaha Lodge, were pres
ent. A committee to arrange for n bnzar
nnil entertainment wa appointed. The bos
partv givfii lastwiH'k by Ihe lodge for the
temple netted it a pretty turn.
A)r. Tlioniiih II. Aslio Dead.
Dr. Thomas II. Ashe, a v eterinary surgeon,
who was well known on every race track
throughout Hie comitrv. iliesl suddenly yes
terday mornlug at Walsh's Hotel on D
street, after an illness of onlv four days.
The iloci or had been suffering rrom malar
ial rever. eonlraeted at the Virginia tracks,
and the immediate cause of de-uth was heart
He wnslhlrty two yearsof age and leaves
a wife lint no children. The remains will
lie buried in the family plot in Urecuwood
Lnxt 1'ers.onnlly Conducted Tour to
IVnt kins' tSleii mill 'lnKiiru Falls
Tin l'ennsylvuulu Itallrimd.
Tlie Pennsylvania liullroad Cominny w 111
operate a personally conducted lour to
Watkins' Glenn and Niagara Falls Tuesday,
October, lo. Hate, $10.00. Ticke'ls good
for ten days, allowing stop-over prlvihges
at Walkins, Rochester, and Huff.ilo.In eitlier
direction. Special train leaves Washing
ton 8:10 a. Hi.
Yoti vvlil nil-s ninnr a good tiling It
you don't reiid Tliij Hvenliig Times.
Did vou $ret one of
those handsome $3.00
Black lined Brilliantine
Skirts which we ,are
If not you had better
806 7th St. N. W.
1924-1926 Pa. Ave.
Remain in Whjch to Take Ad
vantage of Dr! Walker's
Remembej- That All Who
Take Advantage of This
Rate Before Oct. 23
Will Be Treated Un
til Cured, at S"5
This Low Rate Includes
Medicines, 'Care and
frnvvils; Are lininor r T)r
Walker Ever- Da', and
Hundreds Are Cured
Dr. Walker Cures Catarrh and
All Forms of Chronic and
Begin at Once Don't Miss
This Grand Opportunity.
"A friend in neeil i? a friend indeed. I
don't ire, lir. Walker, how jou can afford
to treat for ?r a, mouth and then give
medicines free; hut you .ire doing .1 grand,
good work, and I know the jieoplc of this
city appreciate you r" i f forts."
'Ibis is what palieiits say of Dr. Walk
er's notable $5 a month ofrer. and It
certainly proves to ihe public llr. Waller'
honcsly. Of i-oiiriieHr. Walker cannot
continue lo treat at Mieh a low price for
any great length of time, jet he is willing
to sne-rlflee lioih Ids tiiuf and money Ihut
he may be Ihe means of saving human
You should not wall until the last few
dajs and then lie crowded out. This low
rate will lie w itlidni wn October 23d, and It
Is your duty to lake- advantage of this
grand ( hanee to be cure-il al the extremely
low rate of SB a mouth.
A cordial ItivltatliM II extended by Dr.
Walker lo ali his frlerds and p.Ulenl, old
as well as new. torlllnni! test llif'nevr treat
ment. It h.is iuncit Ihe stage of experi
ment, and has Ikmmi demonstrated a com
plete Mtccvss', pjrticukirly in tho.e cases
whl li have withstood the other and older
methods of treatment. He lias addend lo
his already complete offices, new ap
pliances, and is ready to treat all those
morestubliorii i ases which In IhciKiFt have
lieen thought Incurable. It is to his f.
nanrlal interest, ns well as his ineslicnl
fniuc, to cure, for one cured" pattern is
worth many dollars of advertising, lie
has the hot treatment and the new and
direct means of using it.
Positively no ense ean be aicvptcd after
October 23 at the ?5 rale.
The Treatment for All Clironlo Di
eiis.es Ik Only !?5 ii -Montli,
Are you afflicted with lir.AFXKSS?
Ho you sufffer from DVM'KI'SIA?
Have you severe IIItOXCHIAI. trouble?
Are jou.jv Milfenr from ASTHMA''
Do ou suffer from KIIKUMATI.SM?
Do you Miirrcr from IinAUT troubles
Do jou Buffer from LIVER complaint?
Do you suffer from XEUVOUS trouble!
Do you sniffer from any CHKO.NIC DIS
EASE? If you do, the only cost for all treatment
and medicine is ?." a month, and no better
treatment is known than that of Dr.
His wel.-known sanitarium at 1411 I'enn
svlvanla avenue, adjoining Wilktrd's Hotel,
is open daily for consult ation and tre.itminl.
Office hours, 10 a. ni. to 5 p. m.; Wednes
day and Satunl.iycveniiiss,Tto8, Sundajs.
10 to 12.
All Interviews and torrespondence sa
credly confidential. Xo case's made public
without consent of patients.
IV lint Ik Golnir to He Worn Tills.
"What will be the prevailing styles in
furs?" e-choed Jlr. Martin Wolf, manager
of the Hudson Hay Fur and Cloak Cum
panv.nt 51!) 11th st. norlhwest, Saturday,
when a Times reporter asked him the iiue-v
tion. "Well, real seal will hold lis own,
and electric, seal will find many wearers,
but Persi-in l.iml), bkilk marten and mink
will be mostly worn during tho cold
weather. Oh, ves, furs are holding their
own. l'eople buy cloth cloaks, capes and
wraps from nee-cs'-ity. wlUle furs are .1
luxury nlwavs in demand. Naturally we
keep "both. Cloaks will be worn short
none will be long, and for evening weir
fur lined capes will be favored. IMnsli
capes, trimmed with black tippet, will
have many admirers also. Stylish people
will wear sliort fur collars. pointed nt the
ends, and beaver, l'erslan lamb and As
trnclian will be most arretted Tor these. I
believe tlpiiet boas will replace those or
ostrich reathers. Thestrcctssuilsarebelng
nude in double breasttsl Imix coats, some
with nine-inch lapels, and are very stjl
Is.ii. We are selling many or the in. and
cloaks also. There" Is getting to be a
gre-.ttcr tendency on the part or the ladles to
buv their street dresses already made,
leaving only their evening clothes to the
dri-ssm ikcrs. Tailor-made suits, ready to
be put on and worn after slight alteration,
if such is neteHsnry, are Just, as stylish,
and a good deal cheaper than less costly
fabrics could be gotten Tor If made to
SHOT HIS TWO SLsTEHS.
Little Clarence C'llftoii Si Id to Have
Hecn Actuiited liy Malice.
Springfield. Ohio.'Oct. 13. As the result
of careleisnes or malice, f.vo little girls,
daughters of Constable Edwiu Allen, living
south of town on the Ciilton, lie In a serious
The voungeris cspected to die, and the
elder's condition is not so viry encourag
ing. They wereshot by theirlittle brother,
Clarence, with a small cannon, which was
One story Is that the boy got angry at
his sisters and shot at them purposely.
Car and AVmin Collided.
Car Xo. 24 oftthe Conduit Electric road
collided Willi a Knox express wagon about
3:30 o'tiock Saturday afternoon at Four-and-a-half
and II streets southwest. The
wagon was lifted in the air and the ear
fender was demolished. No one was In
jured. You will inlisu many u kooiI tiling It
jou don't rend The Cvoiiliid TlmPis.
Beecham's pills for consti
pation" io and 25. Get the
book at your druggist's and
go by it.
' Annual m1c mora Uin &0GUCX Uiu.
Gakxer & Co.
Speak We Say
I We Mean What
t We Sav !
mm m km w m m.
We are h ere to sta',
and we cannot afford J
to lie about goods.
We do not sell S10
Suits for $1.75, nor do
we pretend to. But
we do sell
BLACK and BLUE
Well and Strongly
In Ali Styles and Shapes.
COME AND SEE
GARNER & CO.,
N. E. Cor.7th and H Sts. N.W.
YlE flUME NOVl
Trier best Suit of
Clothes for the
money in the city
TFc trim our
garments in up-to-date
arc made in our
ozvn factory, wi
der our own su
pervision, and as
we have been 23
we can do it, we
think, to your sat-
Suits to order from
615 and 617 Penn. Ave.
Tlie paper 011 which The 'Wash
ington Times is printed is made
C.S. FAULKNER, Sole Agent.
Times Buliaiiicr, New York City.
FOR SALE-Two valuablr bullilinjr
lots nt Cnlm-i- l'ark, for dale chcip.
Aililn-w rOLI.KUC tlil iiffif. ocl3-:
FOR SA.X.E Clmie-c lots :it lirontland
on eiisy lenns. GK.tCK M. THOMAS,
Ronni lflo Cnrromn ImlMinir. M'l--:it
THE TEMrLAR. one suture from
Ciiiutol; coiid rooms anel oxicllent
Imnnl: S-l In 'nn per vvivlc. m-10 7t
MOXnY WASTEII AND TO LOAN.
WANT moncj? Honey loanod on in
surance policies. INSUKANCi:. this at
MONET loan, in all parts of the Dis
tnet OltACK M. THOMAS, Itoom
100. 0'nmiran liuilillmr. neli;:lt
moscvi monky: jioneti
We Inive it.
We vvlil li'nil It.
TV' want yim to Have It.
All m- want Is salisraetory real estate
tccurlly. Conic to us Willi jour appli
cations ami we can tell you Avlial we
wlllrto ahsnon .is vve examine I lip property.
T. O. ANDHKROM & CO.,
Real nstate anel Uusiness Extliancc 907
WE nave the followinc amrunm to loan
on approved real estate in the District:
$.1 000. ?-n,000, 50,000, 510,000. ntlnvrt
rates ol luercst; no delay. UERIION &
XIX0N. 1301 F st. nvv.
TT. K. FnLTON'S ioan Office. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Esiablihed In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc. Special barsainslo
walcnes. jevveiry, auei hiu'iwuiu au.u um
jijqjs q loan on uoiius, mucks, uubuv
loan association certificate:, and old
tine life Insurance policies; no delay.
YEKKES A BAKER.
40 lo 4b llet7t-riu Bids
lVrOrvTEY TO LOAN-ln larse sums.
"r as low- as Tl.eWO, al Xi aiid G per
rent on D. C. real estate: also i $2r.O SuDO,
$700. etc.. at 0 per cent W M. II. SAUK
DEES A CO . 1407 F su nw tf
MONEY 'TO X.OAN-A" classes ot
real estate loans mrfiie with promptness
M eurent rates THEMe-LACHCEX REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
tier Kllli and G streeU nw m9-tf
WANTED-The loan or 58,000 ontirst
ciaes luside property: no agents. 708
19tb st. sel2tr
MONEY lo loan at 6 ami per cent,
ou Dlsirict of Columbia realty: nor delay
If security is satisfactory.
" "WALTER H ACKiH. 704 141H nw
I Be'nerFLOUlRos." 1
"Tho uclrersal verdict"
Pillsbury's Best issoid mthe
same packages as it comes from the great
Pillsbury's Best is not ma-
nipulated like most flours sold in this city.
It is not mixed with cheap flour and then palmed
off as "carefully blended."
Pillsbury's Best is the Best.
Demand It from Your Grocer.
If bo doe not krep It, drop a postal to iho ageut and ho till see that you get It
Plllsbury-Washburn FIourMHSs Go.
L. H. Wieman, Miller's Agent.
216 iOth N. W.
Daily Capacity; 22,500 Bbls.
The Safest and
Best Field for
Capita! HMirnys seet'nssafe ani profitable Investment tho most Inrltlnc
feldttxlay Iscoltoii iu.iuufactaring n tbe outt. There 1? pro tin Liy no we II-in an-
aceil mill in tbe touti that is caruicc
Cotton Mills in the
South earning 10
to 25 percent.
orthm protlucincotor 01 percent vt the annual trop of tho -world while It ha
only 3,0 to H1 5pinlle, or about ( percent, of the total number In tho world. The
fouthi cotton ii now shipped from 1,00 to 3,0J0 miles to mill- in New England and
Orcat hrltnin. Is manufactured lu mllU whre eualcoUs from loOa touandoTar,
and wher livtoc i expensive. Ihi tendency f tni Industry j hot sooth ward,
beom.pflof tLe uuc-iualled a1rantapo: thi section. No other industry p ruin be
u.h suie and tcralu leinrus on the investment.
The NGwport News Cotton Manufacturing Co.
OfTtr to Investor-, both to large and small (anJt imleed. particularly to small)
iiiT-ttr, anoptKirtunily which promises tbe moat proa table returns.
Tho Ier-port News Cotton Manufactiirisi; Company Is organized on tho co-op-frative
plan, with an authorized cipital of "tiOO.W; par Taluo of tht shares $UXX,
jayab!e 4-per share at the tiro of subscript Ivu, and ii per sharo monthly until
It c4 general officer at nErfamondtVa.( aud tho moat prominent business men ot
that City aro its stockholder? and u nicer.
OFFJCLUb OF THE NEWrJKT NEWi COTTON 3IANUFACTUi:iNG COMPANY;
LEUisil BLAlIf, Prcldont Klchmcnd, Va.
A S. IICFOltD. lo President. hichmond.Va.
S O AVAILXCE, Secretary nnd Treasurer.. .'. lUchmond, Va.
GEO A. fcCIIMM-Z, Assistant Treasurer ...... NewportNews, Va.
Jud;?e I I LEWI, Attorney Kichmond.Va.
&M11II t LAM, Oenoral A cents.. .. llkhmond, Va.
I tO AUD OF DIRECTORS.
LEWI IL HLA1R Harvey Blair iCo, WhoIeiIe tfro-'Ts; Stephen Tutney Jk Ca.
botesale IW-ott and hoe President United liantlac and Buildlns Company,
A. Bi;F0l:i Prvient Metropolitan Bjllrtlnj and Loan Association; Director
Merchants National Bank. lUch'nond, Va.
CLA'j PICEWIIY, Wholesale Vry (loods and Notions; Director Security Bant of
lU.hmonl, IClchmobd, Va.
GEO. A -rnMEI (.8 hmeU Bros, T.anVer- Nowport News, Va,
C. W. TANNER (C W Tanner Jfc Co. VarnUn Manufacturers, OH, Ac), Director
urity Bank of Richmond; President Mutual Guarantee Building and Loan
Association. Richmond, Va,
M. B CROW ELL. Geooral Agent Old Dominion S. & Company; Director First N-
ttr nal Btnk, Newport News, Va.
fr. G. .V.LL.CE, Cashier Citizen?" Bant of RIchmoad, Rlhmoa J, Va
Newport News as a Location.
There I i-robbly no better location in tho United States for a cotton mill than
Newport Nen. Ihe population of the town Is about 10,' ft), while nt Hampton and
surrounding polots there r about 10.UCW more, thus furnlshioff an abundant sup
ply or cood oprratlre-) N-wirt News boin; one of the largest oxil saipploe
points In ihelnlltnl btatcs. the best etc a in coal can bu had at a minimum cost
U'bst MrgtuU roal cau Im 1 tld down at less than 3iCJ a ton aaiiist $3. CO a ton
whlhipl 1 by manyof the mot -uccesful mills In North Carolina, Its location
furnUbr ah ibdant transportation facilities by which to draw cotton by water from
all i-omheni points, as well as for shipment of the flnis'ied product to any part of
An Opportunity for Small Investors.
Heretofore inMl Investors have not generally been able to share In the larce
prolItsmiJe by cotton inMls; building ossoi iations and ravines binks have been
In. and before tho stoc Is paid up tho MILL can be IN fcUCCEiSFt L OPERA
TION. Opinions of Leading Financial Men
on Cotton Milling in the South.
W. S. ttittaam, of Atlanta, who Is president of twelre banks In Gforslaand
Alabama: "Tho aireraga net earnings of seTeral cotton wills I am acquainted with
will run to about 14IS per cent Ibrllete a cotton mill, with a fiir working
capital, well managed, will mate from 23 to Si per cent. I know of one whicn
earned 4t per cent net in 131. Ue adrance mono? on cotton mill stock, cotton
poods in storage, at a less rate than on any other coltateraL"
A. U Jamets rrcsMent of tho Bank of Lnurinbure. Laurlnbnrir. NO: "There
Are eight rullls in this countr. The pront during tuU Tear in the cotton mills busi
nees has beon and Is still Terr large; that is, it is from 10 to 3 per cent. 1 know of
nothing else In our coition tnat pays so largo a proQt"
J. U llhea. Cashier Ctty National Hank, flriflln, Ha : -The Gricln Mannfactur
Ing Compsny In 1H7 palila C per cent dividend; in lbS1, 10 pr cent; and has
steadily pId 10 percent diridondscTcrsince, and still carries a surplns ot orer SO
percent added to Its capital out ot its earnings InlbSJthe Klncnid Mill was or
ganized and put In operatlox fu 1SJI it pall 6 per cent; in His, T per cent;
inlffirt. H percent; In lyi. 10 percent ; and In :&93 it has so far paid Mpor cent
WJ C and Lanier, Bankers, 't I'olnt, Oa.. who also outrol cotton
mills with an aggregate investment of nbout $i.tx)1,otrj: "Tlie capital stock
ofour mills aggregates l,0ixi,ai. Our pay rolls aggregate t0,Ouu. and abont
Jion uw are paid out to stockholders, besides laying upa surplus for extensions.
L C Havne. president Nntional Hank of Augusta, Augusta. Gn: "Cotton man
ufacturing In the South has always proven satisfactory as a paying industry, and
from tho establishment of the first colt n factory to tho present limo the null hare
not only proven the widom of Invostors bnt havn demonstrated thi Inevitable
concln-Ion that no cLaracter of investment la safer, and few. If any, are mure
luJ,00of tho totatstock (SMO.OJO) will bo oTereJ for sale In Washington.
True to the co-operative principal, every opportunity will bo given to tho small
Invo&tor, and application for single shares will bo encouraged. 1
Applications for stock must be made at thooRlce of the W'asbingtnn
agents of tho Newport News Cotton .Manufacturing Company, or at Uttr
depository, CHASE, PAUIUS & CO., KU p st nw., Washington, D. C.
T. 0. Anderson & Co.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange.
907 G Street N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
Fissures, Ulcers, Fistulas, all Itectal DUoases
without pain. Without knife or operation.
Without any detention from business. Not
palliative, but a rapiuV radical CUKE. Dr.
lironnlng. 1335 Spruce Street. I'liilndcl
phia. Pa .tholcadlnffllectalt-pecialur, by ur
gent request will hnvu regular days in Wash
tnctoi and ilevote Thursday, yet. 24th. to
giving lnrormatTon, free of cbnrce. and mil.
la; appniutmenrs. Address mall i'blla. cIEte.
J Iss than 10 per cent, net proQt. aud nrst
B ,. ... .A .ttnM .... 1tp Vara
't luiui uia iiviut iur i Lutict. 'ii
litaay.ire aralns trcmil lo J5p-rcent,
Jn tbefat-ool tht general deprts-Jon of
the last few years ih' i a iLenoinenai
recvrtl for any Investment.
tpre"nt there ar S3O3.C01 cotton
94nUle3la tho worW. The Minth fcr
nfshes tho raw material for oer tne-half
meir onty means lor accumulation savings. By
this system, so successfully Ialroducd Into the
tiuh, everyone who can Iiy&sld j eva tiW a
mouth tn become a stockholder in a cotton
mllL Aa funds accumulate under this system
of monthly payments, the contracts for th
buildings aud machinery can be lot, without
Vialtlnir Until thA final 1ntAlImfiir am n!
Medical Export and Specialist,
602 F STREET N. W.
rtie.l. KlDXCYnihl Itl IH)KRilNoaifB.
VARICOCELE, HYUKOCELE. STRIC
PRIVATE Uispasc Qiilcily anil perma
nently cured. Vitality iftorii. Consul
tation free. Honr ! to 12 a m. Z to 5
. m.i Ta-Hinr Ti n- - an-1 featurday
niehts, T to S. Sunduyt.. 4 to G
"la. .ji --
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