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THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, XOT-'EMBJEn 11, 1-S95.
M. B. LATIMER & CO.. Auctioneers, 1229 and 1231 C 8treet
Oriental Rus and Carpets
S. B. Donchian, of Hartford, Conn.
A RARE COLLECTION
$5 A MONTH
FOUR DEW OF WORK
Celebration of the Forty-third
Anniversary of the Y. M. C. A.
PBOGRAMME OF SERVICES
District Convention Begins Its
Sessions This Evening.
WILL LAST THREE DAYS
Wc mean by sensible fur
niture, furniture that is go
ing to look well and wear
well, without costing an ab
surd amount of money. It
is our aim to keep sensible
furniture, because wc expect
to deal with sensible people.
Sonic people like to pay a
fancy price for fancy articles
others think they save
money by buying extremely
cheap things which fall to
pieces in a very short time; but
the greater number of peo
ple prefer to give a reasona
ble price for reliable goods.
Those arc the people wc
wish to do business with.
Wasli, B. Williams,
7th and D. Sts. N. W.
"Only a Headache!
la Itf-elf not a viy crave
complaint, but now rery
uftou is "only a hfadaclio
tho pi fMurcr of e-erioua
M Vness vf deadly Uiseaie?
Whenever jou have that
"ont-nf-sorts" fcellnp Its u
inodicino that purines the
pioju, nnu uui ? "' j
rxUtfos allraente. Trot by Its
action staves on i.'irui"
1M. onci 1 CO pays for
TAKOMA SPRING WATER
It the purest water in tho world
ISSUE OF STOCK
OPEN FOE bUllSCRU'TION
AND FIRST PAYMENT.
6HAP.ES $1.00 EACH.
Subscription for the 30th tseco
cf nock ami rir-t iiayment Uiereon
will be received dally from 9 o . ru. to
4 30 p m at tlie oftlce of the Asso
ciation Four per cent interest per
annum fallowed Upon maturity of
tlian-H full earning; tire paid.
pamphlets explaining the object
mid adwintaes of tlio Association
nnd other information f umtslicd up
on explication at the c'llce.
VQU1TAHLE MIILDIXQ. 1003 F it- nw.
President, Thoti'as Komervllle.
VIci' President, A. J. Scliafhlrt.
2d Vli-e President, Oeo. W.Casllcar.
Secretary, John Joy Edson.
FRANK WILSON BROWN,
1335 F Street Northwest.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
tlrect I'rWaU "
MESSRS. THEO. W. MYERS & CO..
No. 47 Now St., Now York,
Members of the "few York Stock Exchange.
and othors wnoso occnnatlona prevent
them from making deposits during
regular bankinc hours wlllflnd ltco
vtnlcnt to visit the
Union Savings Bank. 1222 FSt.N.W.
widen is open EVERY BATUUUAT
NIG UT bet ween the hoursot 0 &ud8.
(Four per cent. Interest on savings
HODGEN COMMISSION CO.,
Brokers and Dealers
Stocks, Cotton, Grain, Provisions.
Local Offlces-Uooms 10, 11, 15 Corcoran Bulld
fcp 605 7iu st, opposite Patent OflK-e.
Omces Philadelphia, Haltlmore, Washington.
The Northeastern Savings and De
lecond and H Streets N. TV, near the GoTern
nent Prlntlnc Offlco, keeps open erery day
intll 6 p. m. lor tho accommodation or em-
Eojes in the (iovernment Printing Office. " JL
KSGKL is llie President. They pay 1 per
nt. on time deposits.
MORE 6 PER CT.
NOTES FOR SALE.
We again have a limited amount of 0 per
centnrsl trust real estate notes for sale.
"A hint to tho itise," S.C
1405 G St.
C. J. BELL, President
Fillings, Sl.OO; Silver, 60c;
Cement, 35c; Extracting,
25c. Teeth without plates,
S5.00. Painless, skilful
HARVARD DENTAL CO.,
F St. nw.
, Just to est you acquainted with the excol
nce of our rlUNTlSO, we'd ltt to execute
four next order. Nothloc too larco nothing
tto small for us to print.
McGILL & WALLACE, Printer,
lie? EEtrett N.TTI 'Kion Wl
Memorial Mooting to lie Hold nt Foun
dry CliurcU on WeiliiPRtliiy iter.
)r. GeorfiO Klllott of l'lilliidelpliia
"Will I'ri-neli tile? Ainilwriiwy Sor
iiuni Sketch of tho Ahtochttlon.
The f nrty-t lilrd a nnlvcrsary oft lie orjran I
zntion of the 1'ounR Men's Christian
Association lu-re will lie celebrated nest
TVotlnewlay. The ineinorlal mcetlnc will
bo held nt l'oundr Mutliodlat Clnir.h,
at 7:30 p. in. There vt ill he mu-dc, reports
of pro;rcs and addresses. The annl
vervary nernion will lie preached by Alie
ltev. (leorKo Klllott, I). B., pastor of the
Spring Garden SI. K. Cliurtli, Plilladelphia.
the association will, for tlio first lime
In many joars, conic before the community
entirely free from debt It will lie at
the lieBinnlnc; of the work of cnxllnB
the Kiileiidld new home that lis Mends
hope to fceo rise on the ruins of lis retent
fire, liut-iiothinBufllili kind will lie touched
upon at this inectlns.
The exiTde will lie of a diameter lo
lnlirest all elates, men, women, Htid
(liildren, and a coml representation of
nil is expected. 1 he music will lie under
the direction of Sir William K. Cohen,
orisinM of I'oundry Church. Two or
three appropriate selections will oi-ii
the ineetliiK- TliK will he followed
by an Invocation by Kev. .1. G. Ilutler,
of Luther Place Lutheran Church.
ADDRESSES TO Hi: HADE.
.Dr. O. A. Urown, of roiuidry, will
deliver an address of welcome nd then
representatives of the association will
make reports from several denartments.
These will not be so much statistical
as iiopular and entertulninir. They will
show wliat the association has done
in the past year, so that it can be readlly
understood and rememliered nnd will,
to some extent, outline what Jt Is hoped
will be accomplished in the jear to conic.
Dr. I'lllott's address will deal, In a way
to instruct mid please, with some of the
(Treat problems now eiKacins Ihe attention
of the Christian world. He -was from 1887
to ISO" pastor of Foundry Church and
for two years more before colng lo Phila
delphia mis located at the Diunlurton
Avenue Church in Georgetown here, so
that he is cry well known" In this city
and his name in itself will draw a cood at
tendance. Hut in addition, teii-initttito
addrescs will be made by several of the
most popular pastors In thcclty.
These will be. If no change of plans lie
comes necessary, Kev. Tenuis S. Ilnniliu
of the Church of the Cotennnt, Iter. Alex
ander Mackaje-Pmlth of St. John', and
P.ev. P. II. Green of Calvary Baptist. The
close will be music and the benediction.
The idea-of Christian Association organ
ization and work came to this country
from London where It was originated
In 164 1. Washington was one of the first
places lii America to take It up and has
lieen Instrumental lu Its spread through
BEGIXXIM3 OF THK WOHK.
The work 6tarted here in discussion be
tween three jonng friends, ltev. IVni, C.
Langilou, recently deceased, who was
then employed here. Win. J. lleese, then in
the Smithsonian, where ho now is chief
clerk, and Thos. II. Duncan, w ho Is now an
Episcopal minister at Earlville, SId. The
first public meeting washeldln June, 1S5-.
at the building then known ns'the Central
Academy, at the northeast corner of Tenth
and E streets, now used as a storage ware
house. It was presided over by the Ilev.
It was well attended nnd a committee
on organization was appointed. There
were representatives from the following
churches: E street and First Baptist, Trinity,
Grace and Ascension Episcopal, SIcKendree
Methodist, the Slethodlst Protestant, Slelli
odist South, and the First. Second, Fourth
and F street Presbyterian.
On June 29, the same year, a second
meeting was held, at which permanent of
ficers were chosen as follows: Alexander
IL Lawrence, president; William C. Langdon.
corresponding secretary, nnd William J.
Reese, recording secretary. Ninety-ono
members signed Ihe first constitution and
paid their fees. Soon nfter Sir. Zalinon
Klchnrds was chosen president to suc
ceed Sir. Lawrence, and is generally spoken
of as the first presiding officer.
THE Fill ST MEETI.VG-
The inaugural meeting was held In tl
lecture room of the Sralthsotiianand Senator
It. N Charlton of Virginia presided.
Meetings were held for a time at Central
Academy, then In succession at the south
east corner of Seventh and E, at Parkinson,
Pennsylvania avenue, opposite the Metro
politan Hotel, at the northeast corner of
Eighth and II, over a Mddler shop in Seventh
street, in the old Metzerott ilall, between
Xlntli nnd Tenth, In Pennsylvania avenue,
at Lincoln Ilall, at Ninth and K. whence
tho association went to No. 1109 New
York avenue, recently burned, and thence
to the Lenman building.
Active work is going on preparatory to
raising the funds for a new building. It
is hoped to avoid going Into debt. There
was a meeting Snturday night of the build
ing nnd finance committees at tho reldence
of Chairman S. W. Woodward.
"Mabel." Fald her father, after Sir.
Stnlate had left, Justin time to catch the
last rar, "that young man owns stock in
the gas company, does he not?"
"And he Is nlso heavily interested In the
"I believe so."
"Well, hereafter he must be reminded
that his departure Is due nt 10 p. m. I
run convinced that his devotion to you Is
Could Not Quite Tell.
A recruit who hnd lately Joined ono of
the well known highland regiments in the
district was brought before his officer for
"absence," and for an excuse was telling
the old tale about meeting some friend, etc.
"Do you think I'm u fool?" thundered
"Ye see. sir," replied the recruit, "A'm
no lnng here, an' A dinna ken." Boston
A Good lli-coii or.
Old Soak It's an outrage (Iiic) eo it is.
llounder What 16?
Old Soak Ueceivers (hlc) have been ap
pointed for the whisky trust and I am not
one of them. Truth.
and head noises relieved instantly by
using the Wilson Common Sense Ear Drums,
Mr. George II. Wilson, the Inventor, will
be at Wlllard's Hotel November I- and
13, 0 a. in. to o p in. Sir. Wilson's
own deafness brought about, the discovery
of this wonderful nnd yet simple device.
He Is now wearing them constantly day
and night. They are-'ibsolutely invisible,
and nave no wire or string attachment to
Irritate the ears.
Consultation and examination free.
WILSON EAR DRUM CO..
1122 Broadway, New To"
"Wc have just got in 100 Splen
did Beaver Jackets ripple back
box front the latest style in
sleeves. You mi;lit look a long
time before you find such a fas
cinating Jacket. The regular
price is $6, but to-day they arc
734-736 Seventh St. N. W.
jomi: sianskii:i.i)'s Divoitcn.
Xotorlon-i TViMium of Oilier Itayn ll
come I'romliit'nt Aalu.
The following notice Ins been printed
In the offlci.il Law Journal of Purls:
"From the Judgment remit red adversely
by the fourth Chandler of theClvilTrlliuii.il
of the Seine, on August 1, 16US, between
Slme. Hell he Josephine Slaiisfield, widow
or SI. Framk Lawlur.nud wife, by asecond
marriage, of St. lloln-rt Livingstone Ucide,
the woman's legal residence lielng with her
husband, but she, residing :is u matter of
fact, at No. !i:t Kue Ampere, Paris; nnd SI.
Robert Livingstone Ucadc, living in Paris,
nt the Holil Brighton, No. 218 Hue de
Illvoll. It appears that the divorce
was granted between the Krades at the
n-qucst of and for the benefit of Slme.
In the Paris Herald, of October lu, 1891,
Serious, but Not Contagious.
I " Ji . '
-P MJgEk Jggf.J
Liz: "Say, Mag, do yon know 'im?"
Jlag: "Naw. His fambly jist moved inter our alley last week, but
his ma told do neighbors dat he is intorleckslinal. Nobody knows wat
dat is, but it mast be a terrible painful disease from do Jooks of him."
the following appeared: "Sirs. Lawlor
formerly Sliss Josle Mansfield, was mar
ried lo Robert Lit logstone Reade, on Octo
ber 8, 1 SVtl, at SI. George's Church, Hano
ver sijuarc, Loudon. Sir. Lawlor, brother
ot Lady Falkland, his mother, and three
meinbersofthebride'sramily, were present.
The couple are spending the honeymoon
It was announced in Not ember, lht'II,
that the Krades had parted oniinny on
anything but amicable terms. Sirs. Beade
remained In Paris, while her Imsiiaiid re
turned to New York with the alleged inten
tion of settling down here and hating the
Atlantic between himself and his wife.
Itende first met the Slausfielil woman at
Carlsbad in the summer of 189 1. He was
there with ids mother, Sirs. Robert Itende,
who was visiting her cousin. Sirs. Levi 1'.
Slorton also a visitor at Carlsbad, with her
two daughters. Josle Slausf lelil i ailed her-
self Mrs. Frank Lawlor the name of her
first husbaud-aiid dc-pltc her ago was a
belle In the famous watering place, and
constantly surrounded by hosts ofadmlrers.
Itende fell a victim to the charms which
had captivated James KIV, Jr.. and be
sought Sirs. Lawlor to marry him, but she
was not so easily won. She told Reade
to go home and sleep on his proposal, and
then take time to consider it carefully.
She was sure, she said, that these pre1
cautions must cure him.
Reade went back to New York, but on
the way across the ocean he thought so
hard that when he set fool on Manhattan
Island he was thoroughly coiitinced that
11 was cither Josle or death with him.
He relt the need of sjmpnthy Willi his
project, and a few days after his arrival,
or in the early part of September. 1801.
he gave a dinner to a few of his most
intimate ana tcnaer-nearteu menus, itneu
coffee was reached nnd all hands were
feeling pretty good Sir. Kendo said:
"I'm going lo marry Josle Slaiisfield.
I'm drinking myself lo death, as jou all
knuw, nnd Josle Slaiisfield is the only
person that can save me. I'll marry her
It she'll lei me. for I think she's been more.
sinned ngalnst thnn sinning."
Mr. Reade's friends told him he was
all right, anil drank ihe lady's health with
right good will. Some days later he an
nounced that he was going to England to
visit his brother-in-law, L'iril Falkland,
nt Hie latter's sent, Skultcrskclfc, in
Yorkshire. The wedding followed his visit.
DnnAllHKD FltOSl CAHS.
Hutcliers' Axieinbly Places Anncostlu
Bond Under tlio Bun.
A regular meeting of Butchers' Assembly
No. C341, K. of L. , washeld yesterday after
noon, which was presided over by Slaster
Workman William Latt, all the officers
The position of tho Railway Assembly in
placing the Anacostla Railway on the un
fair list was approved. Any member of
the Bu'tchers Assembly who patronizes the
road In violation of the resolution will be
jTriggs what Is your plan of Ufe, now
you are divorced?
Briggs Installment plan.
Triggs Installment plan! How's that?
Briggs I have to pay so much a week.
New Xort World.
Great sale of dry fjoodstodayatDryGoocu.
Tradlne'Company, 10E6 Seventh street.
Varly 15" Schools Heiircweiited, In
clllding All J'rutVHtunt IJeuomliui
tlon Alilo Sprukent to Dls-cnt,
Qut-MtloiM ot Jnteruftt President
TjVlillomtiii to Spenk.
The contention of District Sunday school
workers, which will be held today. Tiles-
...... ,i'.iim.in. iirjimii.,. io be a
gathering of more than usual Interest una
prom. , ,
The preparations for It have been In
progress for seteral months under the di
rection of the executlte committee of the
union, of which Sir. Plerson II. Brlstow,
president or the union, is chairman.
While meetings of u like character have
lweii held In former tears this will lie the
largest and best arranged of them all.
Correspondence has been had Willi H5
schools, neurly all of which will tend ilelc-
The opening session will be held lu tho
First Congregational Church, at 7:30 o'clock.
Slttsie will be furnished by the Slowly choir
under Ihe direction ot Sir. Percy S. Foster
and addresses will be delivered by llev.
Charles II. Dodd, I). I)., of Newark. New
Jertev, and Sir. II. F. Jacobs of Chicago,
president of the World's Sunday School As
socl.itlon, both of whom comehere especially
for the convention.
All subs, ipieiit sessions will lie held In
the Calvary Baptist Sunday school house.
The Tuesday morning session will Include a
Bible readln; by Ilev. Charles L. Pate;
discussion of "The Superintendent" ''
Phoebe It. Norris, of the Calvary Baptist
Sunday school. Sir. W. II. Permell of the
First Congregational tchool, BeV. D. T.
and Sir. Andrew Wilson or the Vermont
Atenue school. Papers" on the following
subjects: ThoHecretary," Judge Anson ri.
Taylor; "School Offerings," Mr. L. D.
Allien; "The House Class Department," Mr.
Jerome F. Johnson; and addresses on "The
Spiritual Work of the Officers." by Rev. J.
SI. Sharrow of the Tw. lflh Street SI. E.
Church; "Teachers' Helpers," lr Sir. 11. 1 .
Jacobs; "The Preparation of the Superin
tendent's Kevlew," by Rev. G, N. Feloubet,
D. D.; nndSUes Annie Harlow, will conduct
a conference with primary teachers.
Thursday afternoon there will be a
praise service, conducted by Sir. Havell,
of the Central Union .Mission, and ad
dresses b Sir. R. N.Tilton and Kev. W. S.
Thero will be two-nilnute reports on
"A good thing we have In our school" ami
a discussion of "How to Interest the
boys and girls In Bible study." and talks
about lioys nnd girls by Sir. Pclonbet and
PROGBASI.ME FOR TUESDAY.
Tuesday evening Sir. Charles R. SIcBride
will discuss "Slusie in the school;" Kev.
George N. Luecock, "Practical temperance
work," and Pror. C. M.Lncey Sites, "SIls
sions lu the school." Sir. Pclonbet will
deliver an address upon "How can business
men and busy women study the Sundaj
sehool lesson," and Sir. Jacobs will have
as his subject, "The book and teacher."
Wednesday morning will be chiefly
devoted to reports from t ho convention com
mittees on credentials and statistics, the
secretary of the union. Sir. James L. Ewln;
the treasurer. Dr. D. P.Hickllng, nnd the
field worker, Mr. Jereoine F. Johnson.
A new constitution will also be submit
ted. Sliss Harlow will talk about "Simple
teaching," and Dr. Pclonbet on "Teach
ers' inei-tlngs,"aftcr which he wlllconduct a
conference of teachers.
The primary department will be the
subject of the afternoon session, Inwhich
Sir. Frank Hamilton will Illustrate the
next Sabbath's lesson with Ids outline
map of Palestine, and Sliss Harlow will
teach a class of 100 children.
Wednesday evening after the opeulng
praise service, led by Sir. Foster, the re
ports of nominating nnd trescilutlons com
mittees will be given, officers will be
elected and delegates cfipsen for the
national convention In Boston next year.
A Series of addresses liy the following
eminent men will be delivered:
Dr. Pcloubet, "Benefits of a Sunday
Dr. S. II. Greene, pastor. Calvary Baptist
Church. "Needs of the work."
Dr. Wallace Kadcliffe. pastor New York
Avenue Presbyterian ChuVcIi, "The schol
ar's preparation." ' ,
PRESIDENT WHITMAN TO SPEAK.
President AVIijtman, of'ColiimbianUni
versity, "Tho "teacher's preparation."
Dr. Lullier B. Wilson, presiding elder
of the SI. E. Church, Wahington district.
"The alpha and omega of Miniilay-school
The music of tho convention has been
provided for by a music committee of
which Slajor C. II. Carringlon is chairman.
The committc on credentials, composed
of the snmo gentlemen who served Inst
year, William B. Slathews.W. W. Everett,
nnd B. Frank Sleycrs, has provided novel
liadges and souvenirs which they will
have for sale.
The list of delegates is ns follows
Baptist Sunday-schools Kendall, Rev.
Theron Outwater, Sirs. James H. Grant,
Sirs. H. C. Pearson, Mr. J. V. Do Jamattc,
Sir. Theophilus Bray, Charles II. Baker,
Sirs. C. A. Muddlumn, secretary; Glenn
T. Jones, superintendent; Slary land
Avenue, Rev. N. C. Naylor, Edgar Spclder,
Jr., Mrs. Naylor, Sirs. Donohue, Mrs. Cal
lahan, Abraham B. Keefer, superintendent;
Charles F. Crane, secretary. Memorial,
SUss Belen A. Gleason, Miss Sallle Bhrcve,
John L. Hazard, Miss Nellie Hanley, II.
M. Brush, Mark 0. Pope, Miss Nettle Col
lins, Miss Kate DurhainySIlss Grace Mer
rill, Georgo B. Judd, superintendent? C.
M.B Browne, secretary.
Congregational Sunday-school, Fifth
Mrs. Charles Garreli, Miss Clara Parkinson,
So a Month Is AH' You Will
Have to Pay for Treat
ment and Medicine.
Do not experiment with drugs or home
remedies when Ihe nrojicr treatment can
be had at so little cost. He has prac
ticed in Washington for the past three
years. 'He cures Catarrh, Asthma, Bron
chitis, Flics, Neuralgia, Constipation,
Indigestion, Rheumatism, Diseases of.
Women, Private and Delicate Diseases,
Verieocele, Strictures, and nil diseases
of Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Stomach,
Heart, Liver, Kidneys, Bowels, Bladder,
Rectum, Blood or Skin. Lost manhood
restored. Diseases of women success
fully treated. Remember, only a fee
of $5 a month for treatment, which
includes all medicines and appliances and
a guarantee of cure given. Dr. Walker
can be seen from 10 a. m. until ." p. m.
dally. Those who cannot make it con
venient to call during those hours itin
Sis- him Wednesday and Saturday eteu
Ings from 7 to 8, from 10 to 12 Sunday.
His well-known sanitarium Is 1111 Penn
s J Iran l.i avenue, adjoining Wlllard's Hotel.
Stlss Maggie E. Thomas, Sir. Sidney Foster,
A.ll.pl!..l.l. ri.n....i ..........t.Tl.i.. ........
.,,(11, ..f,l,l, V. , , . . III'JV1, FUICII"ltiJ'lVUL,
C. Parkinson, secretary.
Y ..!..". U.....I ... aIiaiiI. 1.. 11 a ,n
,.11 tiin ..", .71)11,1.1 j -ni I, mil) 11111V1 -M
mortal Sirs. Q. j;. Carr, 11. W. Keck, Sliss
Lizzie Eit, Sirs. J. F. SlacAllister, Rev.
Charles 11. Butler, superintendent. Vt I Ilium
W. Keck, secretary.
St. Paul's Rev. Samuel Domer, George
F. Sloth, Daniel N. Clapp, Sirs Joseph
MKiinrt, jiish nnrucua rjenz, -uish ji.u-
nv..S t T..,v Itk. I'mini O MurPM. MJ..S
Jennie Barron, Sliss Gertie House, Sliss
Carrie Bennett, Jiiss .tiay i.evcr, i.ucius
Balden,. superintendent; J. Granville Slcyers,
Slelhodist EplfeopulSiinday-schooK Dum
barton Avenue- Prof. Frisby, W. T Birch,
Frank Little, Sliss Helen Smith, Sliss Addle
Pusey, Sliss Clara llreminerman. J. W.
Kirkley, superintendent; Louis P. Ilieton,
SOS1E SCHOOLS REPRESENTED.
Foundrv William Bunlctte Slalthews,
David T. Clssel, Thomas II. Ganlner, Sirs.
I.ydla II. Tllton, Sirs. Annie E. Bovee, Sliss
Drusa Carroll. Sliss Slattie Duck, Miss
Kathcrlue J. Laws, James L. Eviu, suikt
Inlcndeiit; Edward F. Simpson, sis.ret.iry.
Wesley Ctiapcl-Sllss Carrie Stratton.SlIss
Nellie Hough, Miss Ada Fowler, Sliss Grace
Bowling, Miss Edna Fltzhugh, Sliss Jennie
Barker, Sirs. Enima sieDermott. J. vt.
Duvall. William Gallcher, Wlliam Rcdin
Woodward, superintendent; James Slorrls
Methodist Episcopal ouhl?a'",?1."
schools. Slount Vernon Pl.icc-T W I'"1""
It. E.L. Smith, Miss Lucy Jiirney, Miss Flor
ence Ball. A. L. DlelriCh, FredcrlckA Slier,
superintendent. Henry Knowles, secreutrj
-Walter Burgcs. W. J. Brewer, Mis I
l'rllchard. Sliss Geneva Thompson, Sirs.
Jesse Gales. Mrs. G.Q. Butcher, W B. Hart
ley, superintendent. ..i,n
Presbiterian Sunday.sefio.ils, F.astern-
rev T. C. Easton, Frank Hamlltoa. I.. P-
l- . .., ,,...i.V.,innr rf .T.Yauuhan,
rrriV Vauhan Wdium II. Dohson,
Mis Lulu Colct Mrs. Kale Well. S Us
"Moore. R. E. llarvey. Mi-s Po . M
Harvey. Sli-s Helen .iaiiiison,..s- "--
superintendent; William C. Cole, -wrrtorr
E. klngton-SlIss Jennie -R. 1 uiniage.
Miss Anita L. Lat.h. Miss Slary Kaiser,
Sliss Sllnnle Schtuld, Irwin B. IJnton,
Flrst-SlUs Slargaret R. Sammon.s, Sliss
Blan.lic A. Hiue, Sliss Lilian Craigen, Ld
ward Q. Knight, William Jardinc, super
iulendent; Ben Temple Webster, see-retnry.
Iiiinianuel-SIrs. William Slartiu, Mrs.
J. N. CuIlwrliOii. SI r. Warden, J. N. CuIU-rt-son,
superintendent; Parker Divine, secre
man. Sirs. Brooks, Sliss Kutharine Bohrer,
"MlssTroutman, Sll-s Zlnunerman, Sliss Wil
son, Sliss I.llhgotv. Sirs. Fleiumlng. Sliss
Slaud Acton, SIis Fernald, Roliert L.
Ewiiig, superintendent; Sliss Ella Simpson,
North Mrs. SI. C. Bennett, Sli-s Gertrude
Jones. Sliss Kate R. SlacQueen, Sirs. John
Patterson, O. A. Daugentaker, Slajor C.
H.Carrlngton, wperlnteiideni; John E.
J -TVIiy ilo.s.n'1 Snaggs iuit politics?
He gets turned down all the time.
Brown He can't. The habit has been
formed inid he can't break It off.
Teacher Can any one explain how the
world Is divided?
Willie (Willi very important air) 11. twe-en
them that's ot It and them that would
like lo have It. Harper's Round Table.
Dr. R. C. Flower of Boston
Will Deliver His New
"Health, Happiness and Beauty
At Wlllard's Halt, Washington, nt 2
o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 12.
This lecture will be delivered under the
auspices of the "Women's Health Associa
tion" of New England.
If you would know how to regain lost
health and presertc jour health if jou
have It; If you would know how to get
the greatest amount of happiness out of
both single and married life; If you would
know how to preserve jour beauty and
iouthful looks far Into the ctenlng of life,
then go and hear Dr. Flower.
Dr. Flower's friends claim that as a
lecturer he has no superior. If eiiu.il, upon
the American platform, and for wit, sar
casm, pathos and beauty of speech he has
What the press says:
"Dr. R. C. Flower lectured yesterday
afternoon In Assembly Hall to over 1,200
women, representing largely the wealth,
culture and brains of the city. Never was
an audience more enthusiastic In praise
and applause than this tast assembly of
womeu. They laughed and cried at the
same time. Philadelphia Times.
"Dr. R. C. Flower's lecture to women, at
Assembly Hall, jesterday afternoon, was
attended by nearly 1,500 ladles. The
doctor had the sympathy of his large audi
ence from the opening to the close of his
lecture. The enthusiasm ot his audience
at times knew no bounels. No higher com
pliment could be paid the doctor than the
remark of the President of the Chester
'Club: 'A finer lecture was never delivered
by man." "Philadelphia Press.
"Dr. R. C. Flower lectured last night to
nearly 3,000 people In Tremont Temple.
Ills audience went wild over his eloquence,
keen thrusts, pathetic appeals and Quick
sallies." Boston Globe.
"Never was a lecture lietter received nor
an audience more highly entertained than
at Tremont Temple lust night. Tho lec
turer was Dr. R. C. Flower. Bostou Jour
nal." "Dr. R. C. Flower's lecture to ladles In
Columbian Hall yesterday afternoon was
the finest entertainment ever given the
w omen ot this city. Hundreds were unable
to gain admittance, while those who did
enjoyed for an hour and forty minutes
between laughter, applause and tears, the
richest treat of the season.
"The Doctor's tribute to the married life
and home, and his closing tribute to wo
men, for eloquence, pathos and beauty of
speech can never be outdone." Lafayette
Great saleof dry goodstodayat Dry Goods
Trading Company, 1026 Seventh street.
Art Galleries, 1229 and 1231 G St.
To be sold without reserve Wednesday. Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday, November 13, 14, 15, and 16, 1895, at
11 a. m. and 3 "p. m. each day. On exhibition Monday
and Tuesday, November 11 and 12.
Lovers of Oriental Rugs will f IncIJjtlaaj-are opportunity to seoure t
a.intlonsomeof the FINEST RUGS over shown In this city. They have
been carefully selected for their PERFECTION, QUALITY.and COLORING
and thev will fee found CLEAN and STRAIGHT and In thos- soft, rich
shades that are so easerly sought after. Connolseurs and art collec
tors are especially Invited to vlsltthe gallery, as It Is an opportunity never
Descriptive catalogue mal'ed
novor seom to feol
happy unless they are
kicking about some
thing, but if any one
can honestly find any
thing to kick about In
our Suits or Overcoats,
sith er with the prices,
fit or material we wish
they would let us know.
We want all our cus
tomers to feel that
they are getting their
Tlio nnner on which The Wash-
in"-ton Times is printed is made
C.S. FAULKNER, Sole Agent,
Time' Bulldlntr. New York City.
COLD IN THE HEAD. .Catarrh,
and lleadacnc immediately relieved by
Capitol Catarrh Cure. I'S cents.
470 4'i- rennaylvniila nt cunts north
west, near 0th street. Business men's
lunch, 12 to - o'clock, 25c; table d'hote
dlniuT. 4-:ti to 7:SU p.m.. 00c. oc2a .1n
Recommended b phy
sicians on account of its puritj
by connoisseurs for its ex
cellence. Pure Berkeley Rye.
Importer Wines and Liquors.
SI F St. X. W.
! gl ! II I II 111 M II 111
If you are Anti-Monopoly, refuse on prin
ciple to pay a higher price.
Let 'our motto be, " Millions for defense,
but not one cent for tribute."
Other free merchants invited to join us.
J. T. D. Pyles.
Wholesale Store, 412 Fourth St. S. E.
Retail Stores, 1904 Seventh St. N. W., IS Seventh St. N. E.,
Washington and Monroe Sts., Anacostia, Cor. Third
and Maryland Ave. N. E.
to any address.
Ivers & Pond
'"TlIIE two characteristic let-
4 J turcs that have given the I
4 Ivers & I'uiiil I'iano Il W
enviable position in the pfsno J
world are the bcautj- of its tone J
nnd its remarkable durability. J
Tone quality, tiie adaptability to a
express musical thought, is tfle
distinguishing feature between the
artistic and the commercial piano.
The richness, the puritv, the in
finite shades of expression In the
Ivers & 1011(1 tone attract and
fascinate musicians tiie world over.
Combine with this the absolute
evenness of ecaie, crisp, re
sponsive action, and simple ele
gance of design and finish, and
the reasons for the popularity of
the Ivers & Point I'iano we
as plain as day.
SANDERS & STAYMAH,
934 r St.,
B. C. f
Is the cheapest ol all lurls. for It
Ignites quickly rani-s n ruartnghot
nn-and lasts longMt. This le it
tne best quality. Be atd be boihel
40 bu. (uncrushed, S2.80
40 bu. (crushed) . $3-70
WASH. GASLIGHT CO
413 10th St.
THE llAKDEbT IUB BEST
HADEOr I'LKEbPKlNG WATIH
No Fee Until Cured.
602 F STREET N. W.
VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE. STBJO
PRIVATE dinrases qntcldy and perma
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tation Tree. Hours, ! to 12 a m, 2 to 6
p. in.: Tncpday, Tlinreday and Saturday
nlshts. 1 to 8. Bundaxs. 4 to 6.
the Sugar Trust
to offer you
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