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THE JMOKNINO TIMES. 310NDATT, irOYJSMBEB 18, 1895.
NO. eSST-ailuuuUirMtion document 21.
of llic District ot Columbia, have obtained
from the hupreme Court ot the District
ol Columbia, Lohlig i Ernlnl im for
orphans' court business, letters tcta
lnrutary on the nerson.il estate of Christian
A Tlcgwold, law of the District of Colum
bia, deceasetl; all persons liavius claims
against the s.itd deceased are hereby warned
to exhibit the same ivitti the vouchers
thereof, to the subscriber, on or before
the 2Slh day of October i.ext. They may
otherwise by law be excluded from nil
benefit or the said istete. Given under
our hands tills 2sth ilav of October, 1&05.
The Washington Lon and Trust Company.
By ANDREW PA UK ER, Secretary.
MORhB T .NORWOOD.
JOHN II LARNEK, Solicitor.
at nul8.25 dee2
KALLT Carpenters. Open meeting. All
ineuUs of organized I.tbor are In
vited to attend to open meeting of L. A.
17-1H. K. of L.. on Monday ecnlns, No
vember 18. at the Society Ten-pie, Firth
and li streets, tiinerjl Master Wortnian
Sovereign and a host, of prominent labor
orators will be present. Eerybody In
vited. ALFRED F. WALDSAUEK. Sec
WANTED-Immediately, at 005 1-2 E
si. nw.. several No. 1 advertisement
anil vihM rlption canvassers for a G. A. It.
weekly Journal. rol8-2t
TV ANTED- Floor layers. Apply L
st net. .V Capitol and 1st st. ne. -11
WANTED-Intelligent boy. familiar
with meats and groceries; wages mod
erate. 2d and T sis. ne. It
WASTED-Salesmen for the best ad-M-rtisnig
noelty out; eay seller; good
side line; big communion. EUREKA NOV
ELTY CO.. Little Uocfc Ark. uo!7-2t
"WANTED Girlforgeneral house wort.
-4.ll 7tM St. Ilff.
"WANTED At once, ten experienced
haicsuuit; those naming had expe
rience In toy or housefurnlshlngs pre
ferred. Apply UNIVERSAL 110USE
FURMSHLNU STORE, D12 OUi St. nw.
lieu Stand lOMondayandTuesday.Mra.
W II. OWENS, 1213 Washington Circle.
WANTED-Canvassers for a new and
popular corset. Apply 1412 Bth St. uw.
no 17 ot .
WASTED-tiwiiM Klrl to cook and
io general housework. Call at 000
7th sl.siv. nol7-2t
WAHTED-.1 young girl who has an
ltie.t or urcssmaMng. uva uorcnrnn
WANTED Three experienced sales
Lx.ies for niiiljM-ry ami cloaks. Inquire
Mon .iy.at7287ttist.uw. iiol7-2t
HELP WANTED MALE AN!)
"WANTED A cents, send 10 cents
tor limine of Christmas novelty. Ad
dress N IT BURGESS, 2J5 Washington St.,
Boston. Mass It
WAHTED-Clerical position by gen
ii, iiuin ol .ibility. tan furnish bwndc, or
capit il Address RESPONSIBLE, this
VANTED-Employment by a rcspon
siuie party, reference:, as to abilit v and
integrity, can give bonds. FIQ1 RES,
this ofi ne nol7-2t
tioiiLr. tterman; best references; state
salar expeited to be paid. Address CON
DIToR, this office. nol7-2t
"WANTED Place as lirsl-class cook,
ard man or in a restaurant. Ad
dress 525 4th st nw. nolG-3t
WATt'ED-A position as drlur, or
.mytlii.ig, for a nsa nno has a family
to support Address SUPPORT, thU
WAJITED-rrce! Free! Trecl Me-ciuiiii-s
ol any kind furnished by us;
also we Have a few men suitable for
driving a team or something similar;
best of rets, ruruished. WORKlN'GMEN'd
LIBRARY AND BUREAU OF LABOR.
Tel.. LOU. 600 13th St. uw. M.D. bHEXK.
SITtTATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
"WAN TED Position by good German
oiafeeHoner ami cake baker; experi-
enct-d fall 468 Iljntoou court sw. nol8-3t
WAKTED Em elopes to address at
75! i?r 1,000. Address CIRCULARS,
tins .trice. r.ol7-3t
"WANTED Hooms for first-class dent
ist, nple feeding 6erlces preferred.
602 B st. sw. uol 7-3t
WANT23D-Tiro or three partly fur
iiistint room- for light housekeeping;
gentlfiirin and two daughters; sw pre
ferred Address M. T., this office.
STATION COUXElt OP SIXTH AND B
In Kffivt Noemler L7.1893.
lO.SOA. BL PENNSYLVANIA LIS!
II ED Pullman bleeping. Dining, Smok
in and Observation Cars, Harrisburg
to I'nlrago. Cliiciiinatl, Indianapolis St.
Loji,. rieielarcl, and Toledo Buffet
1'an-jrCar to Harrisburc
X0.30 A- 2X. FAST LINE. Pullman
Bjtr.-t Parlor Car, to Hnrrisburg Par
lor .i'I Dining Cars, IL-irnsburg to
3.4'lk. R. CHICAGO AND ST LOUIS
EXPRESS Pullman turret Parlor Car
to llariisburg Sleeping and Diniug Cars
II i, ri-b-jrg to St Louis, Cincinnati, Louis
vill". and Chicago
T.IO P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS
I'ullu.an Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
ll.irrisburg lo Cleveland Dining Car to
O-O P. BT. SOUTH-WESTERN EX
I'ltl'Sa PnUinan Sleeping and Dining
Cars ro s-t Louis, and Sleeping Car
llarriotrjrg lo Cincinnati
XO 40 P. HI. PACIFIC EXPRES3.
Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
T.fSO A.. 33.. 'or ICane. Cauitnaaigua,
Ho ,.eier, ai.u Niagara Falls dally, ex
lO.GO A., ivr. for Eliulra and Renova,
dJl,. except ouuday. For WiHiamsport
(iail. 3 40 p. in.
7.10 1 SX. for Willlamsport, Rochester,
Burtaio, and Niagara Falls dallv, ex
cepi .-aturday, with Sleeping Car Wash
ing' DM to Suspension Bridge, via Buf
falo 10.40 P liJT. for Erie, Canandaigua,
Ho e'er, Bulfalo, and Niagara Falls
dailv. Sleeping Car Washington to EI
For PlilIuilelpDiiiNVw York, mul tho
4.oo r, ar. "fiwiiiirsaiONAL lim
ited." dally, all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing t.-ir from Dailimore. RcguLirat 7.05
(Diiang Can. 7.20. 9.C0, 10.00 (Dining
Can and 1L00 (Hiring Car from Wll
nil' glon) a. m.. 12. ID, 3.1B. 4.20, C.40,
10 U0. and ll.:?r p. in. On Sundav. 7.0D
(Dining Car), 7.20. 0.00. 11.00 (Dining
Carimm Wilmii'ctou) a. in.. 1-Llu, 3.10,
4.20. 0.40. 10.00, and 11.35 p. m. For
Pliiladclphla duly, l'ast Express 7.C0 a.
m. eek-days. Express. 12.15 week-days.
2.01 and 5.10 p. m. dally. Tor Boston
Mlttiout change, 7.50 a. m. week-days,
anil 3.1." p. m. dally.
Tor Ualtlmore. 0.25. 7.05, 7.20. 7.C0, 0.C0,
10.00, 10.30. 11.00, and 11.50 a. m.,
12.15, 12.45, 2.01, 3.10. 3.40 (4.00 Lim
ited), 4.2(1. 4.3G, 5.40, 0.05. ti.40, 7.10,
10.00, 10.40. .'J. 15, and 11.35 p. m.
On Surday, 7.05. 7.20,9.00, 9.05, 10.30,
11.00 a.m., 12,13. 1.15.2.01.3.15,3.40
(4.00 Limited), 4.20, 5.40, G.05, G.40,
7.10, 10.00. 10.40-and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.20 a. m. a nd 4.36
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis. 7.20. 0.00 a. m., 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sun
days, 0.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic. Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond, Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4.30
a. m., 3.40 p. in. dally. Richmond and
Atlanta. 8.40 p. m. daily. Eichmond
only, 10.57 a. in. week-days.
Accommodation for Quantico, 7.45 a. m.
dally, and 4.25 p. m. week-days.
For Alexandria. 4.T10. 6.35, 7.45, 8.40,
fi.45, 10.57. 11.50 a. m.. 12.50, 1.40,
3.20. 4.25. 6.00, 5.37, 6.15, 8.02, 10.10,
and 11.39 p. m. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.45,
9.45 a. m., 2.-15, G.1G, 8.02, and 10.10
Leave Alexandria for Washington, 6.06,
6.43, 7.05. 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 10.28 a.m.,
1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.23, 5.00, 5.30. G.13,
7.00, 7.20. 9.10. 10.52 nnd 11.08 p. m.
On Sunday at 0.43, 9.10. 10.28 a. m.,
2.15, 0.30, 7.00, 7.20, 0.10, and 10.02
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O
streets and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for the
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
8. 11. P IlETOST, J. 1U WOOD,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent.
FOH SA LIS MISCELLANEOUS.
CO CENTS down; send postal; will
tiring samples; see personals. It
FOESALE-Contents of 11-room house
for sale; rooms all rented; half cash,
half on lime. Answer 11, 42, this office.
FOR SALE-2 young nianiliTs; 6 mos.
old: male. $10, female, $B. Address
FRANKDOYLE Anacosila. no!8-2t
FOR SALE- Flrsl-class tiund-mnd
da ton wagon and harness; a bargain.
Rear of 442 M st. uw. nol7-2t
FOR S ALE-Cheap, coupe and harness.
Appl J. B. WELLEK, in alley bet.
JUth and lBth, B and C sw., Monday from
9 a. m. to 2 p. m. uol7-2t
FOR SALE Very cheap, a nice
PRINTING OUTFIT! uutlittle
uscu;oxu mill JeMT pros, 72 lontsof tjpe,
64 ensci, 2 sets of rollers, 2 chases, tc,
for $65 cash. Anderson Building, Sol
diers' Home, D. 0. nol7-2t
FOHSALE-TitoKti. 1 poultry stands
m markets; complete oiiint lor me busi
ness. Address POULTRY,
FOI1 SALE-Work horse $25; owner
has no use lor it; call after 3, or ad
dress 12th and Pranklort sts., 8. Bronk-
land, D.C. nol7-2t
FOR. SALE-A good chance Butter
stand in K-gg's market-by ADAMS &
BRAWXER, 907 It nw. nol7-3t
FOR SALE Nearly new Radiant
Iliime Stovo No. 2, nickel and bronze
flnistiingK, oKo pipes and drum; will sell
for Ire iluui bait of cost. AddrerJ) STOVE,
til Is office. li o 1 7-2t
FOR SALE Good pneumatic, bicycler
aliaiHiu; 28 722 Whitney ae. nw.
FOR SALE An assortment or wire
riuwer st ai.us of a 11 sizes a nd demands,
ckcitn: hiaclnlh. tulip, and crocus bulbs:
pugs, fox terriers, collies, etc. SCUMID'3.
HlltD EAIPOKIUM, 1221 Pa. ave. uw.
FOR S ALE Tobacco, cigar and lunch
room; worth S.'IOO; will sell In three
days for $100. U an body wants a bar-
galn, call L3aL.Wnterst. K nolU-4t
FOR SA.LE SheHlng, counters, show
cases, safe, etc; very cheap Tor cash.
Address E. T. M., this office. noI6-3t
FOR SALE Pony; children caii drive
it. Call at. 737 3d sr. lie. no!4-7tetn
ORGANS. S2C TIP.
SI DOWN. SX "WEEK.
$1 down nnd $1 week for any
organ In stock. Greatly reduced
prices. Organs from $25 up. Best
F. G, SMITH. 1225 m. htc nw.
FOR SALE A tui2ii steam launch;
lleromuit e urine and boiler; can be
Fceu at Riller's boat house. oc8.tf-eiu
FOR SALE-Bern icmu) ot incubators,
brooders and fresh green b3nc; coll
and sea the Incubators In working order.
Sclimld's Bird and Per Animal blores, 7ia
12th ,unw. and 12211'a.ave.
lor rent lor lootlmll games. Apply to
R. S. BA URETT. Jr., Columbian Unit ersity.
OLD hair mattresses remade for $2;
lor two $1.75 each; with new tick,
best quality, $4.35 each; work first-class
or no paj. A. CARTER, 1125 20th st.
HATS trimmed or retrtmmed, Parisian
st le, 50 cents. 023 E St. nw. Up-talrs.
LACE CURTAINS laundcreil; 35c
up. Tentli street Laundry, 724 10th
st. nw. nol8-2t
TO CHINA PAINTEKS-A lady
win kell her new knur Wiiku's patent.
at a rcductiom Call 1330 10th st. nw.
WALL PAPERS-CHARLES NT
ENANS, 222 lain St. sw. nolG-7t
JTTKT KKCE1YED Fine tot young Cu
ban parrots. gcarnni,ed to talk: also
monkeys, canaries, mucking birds, cold
fMi. dogs, and facT pigeons SCHIIID'8.
712 12tti &r. uw., branch 1221 Pa. are.
GUNS. Rllles, Keolier. loadujg tools,
hutterB- outfits, watches. Jewelry,
ftuilars. vioilns. banjos, mandolins, ataliout
one-half regular deulers' prices at PAWN
SHOP. No. 1O00 E er. nw ocl-Gmo
GO CENTS fhiwn; send postal; will
bring sampls; sc personals. It
WANTED-Carpels to lay; old carpet
a spevialty; experienced man. R. A. IL,
this offli-o. It
WANTED-Otrls to iw seir-upportlng;
ujarrlea ladies to lessen dressmaking
bills tir learnlec to cut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school. 718 12th
Wanted Try Rubber Hoof Point.
WE STOP AIA LEAKS FREE.
Acd cnari: onlyfcr p&la;lnr, workf usrsatsit
.AT. KPllilElt HOOF PAINT CO. liKl Sta nw
PIANO. Organ. Vocal .Music and theory
taught by J. F. (JERilUILLER, 611
I st. nw.r terms modem te. nol7-lm
BUSINESS PE.NMANSlllP-Oiic dol
laraiiiontii until January.' Twonlghts
a week, from 8 to 9. EATON, BURNETT
A DURLINO Business College, -12th and
F sts. n w Ladies' Class from 3 to 4 p.m.
WIMODAUGHSIS Ctasbes. 1328
ist. uw.. beginumg November Short
haDd. dictation and typewriting. Sirs.
Baldwin, of Business High Bchoul; book
ADA L. SMITH. Supt.
BiaiE. J. ESPUTA. DALT.
Sight singing cl.issn, mote chain system).
Studio UlSNew Torkaveauc.
Tvo lessons weekly. S20 per season.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELETENTII STi:EETa.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT
SCHOOL FOR YOUNfi LADIES
AND LITTLE UIRLS.
Twenty nrst Tear opens TLESDAX. Oc
tober Drat. Largo and attractive build
lugs, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a rcliued home anil a urojyes
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day w-hoolmay te madearier September
Iirueiith. between the t'ourswrtcu and one
o'clock eacti nioniing.
SIRS ELIZABETH J SOMERS.
WANTED-1W .young people to Join
shorthand dictation classes, which are
now being formed at Wood's Commercial
Collect-. 311 and 401 East Capitol st. at
the low rate ol S1.00 iier month. Send
lor catalogue containing pictures of 81
WALTER SCOTT STETSON, teacher of
acting, elocution, dancing. 1324 12th
st. oc 16-
MONEY WANTED AXT TO LOAN.
TT. TC. FULTON'S i-nitn olflce 1218
Pa nve nw. Established in 1870.
Money loaned on walcheo. diamonds, Jew
elrv. Bllverware. etc Special bargains In
walclies. Jewelry, and silverware. u20 bai
MONEY to loan on bone's, stocks, trusts,
loan sssoclation certificates, and old
Uno Ufa iLsurancc iiolicies; no delay
YERKES A BAKER.
40 u -in i:h7.toh. niiig
M DNET TO LOAN-ln largo sums.
or ns low as jl.ooo, at 0 nnd 6 per
rent on D. C. real cstatetalso $250. $500.
$750. etc.. at tier cent WM. H SAUN
DERS 4 CO.. 1407 P St. nw tf
MONET TO LOAN AH cicsses ot
real estate loans mads with promptness
SI rurent rates THE McLACHLE.V REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COAIPANY. cor
cer nun and u strcots nw m-tr
WANTED-TIM loan or 5S.000 on first
class inside property: no agents. 708
1 9 th st
MONET to loan at n and o per cent.
on District rf Colun.bla realty: no delay
If security is satisfactory.
WALTER H ACKER. 704 14lh rnr
FOR SALE COTNTDT PROPEIlTT.
FOR SALE On iery ras terms,
from 1 to t miles rrom Washington;
20 acres adjoining Arlington Heights, on
Mt. Vernon Electric railroad; alo several
tracts containing from 1 acre to lOOacres;
improed anil unimproved; also 34 acres
to be. sold at auction near Arlington oh
December 4. The attention of government
employes, mechanics, investors, specula
tors, and business men centrally, is called
to my large list of suburban and farm
property: Call for mv map of country,
25 miles around the District, anil large
list of pronertv for sale-Tree to all callers;
also building lots for $1 per week. Now
Is the time to buy; proi)ertv shown frco
of charge. JAilES E. CLEMENTS,
no9-lm 1321 F st. nw.
FOR RENT 2d and 3rd story halls,
eet: can be used for business
No. 631 La. ave. nolG-Ot
IIOR IlENT STORES.
FOR RENT A alcestore for rent: suit
able lor stijre ur working, shop. Apply
2018 Seventli St. aw. Tt
FOn RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Bill 13tta st. nw, fin
large parlors for uiemberCopgress. It
FOR RENT Fur. parlors; also otbsr
rooms; board. 1014 11th st. nw.
FOR RENT 3 nnfur. rooms; 1st floor;
129 AT st. ne., near Capitol; private
family; light housekeeping; convenient to
cars nnd herdlcs. no!8-3t
FOR RENT 2d floor, front room; 3
windows; handsomely fur.; cheap to
right parties; also large 3d floor front
to 4 gents; very reasonable. 010 O st-nw.
2 rouuis;2d floor; fur. complete; cooking
utensils, dishes, gas, heat, bath; S12 per
month. 301 loth st. sw., near Smithsonian.
FORRENT Dining room and kitchen
partly lurulslied: boarders In house
cheap. Address CHEAP, this office. It
FOR RENT Parlor and back parlor
modern house, board $15.
72 il st. nw.
aud$D7 623Est.nw. nol8-flt
FOR RENT Unfurnished room: benutt
lul, large second floor bay window
room with alcove: suitable for parlor and
bed-room; steam heat; everytfiing first
class; board If desired. 014Secona st. nw.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms on 2d floor; well heated: bath
on siune floor; rent $10 aud?0. 1240MU
st. nw. nol7-2t
FOR RENT 309 C St. nw., 2 or 3 un
iuruislicd rooms; light housekeepliig.
FOR RENT In private family. 2 fur-
nlatiMfl iinimnnlnoilnir Fiuiiiia ! tniii'
HMIIVU VVUIUIUlllblMUI, 1U1IIIIO) U JSWWka
h. heat, and light; $14. 1607 Lst nw. It
i? u. jisrs i . lootiiB on u ii lor; a;
also a bedroom on the lst floor. 117
California st. ne. no!7-3t
A. XARRIED i-onple, who deBire to
use their own furniture, may be suited
with large 2d-sUry frontroom. with board;
private family; possession Immediately.
1330 10th St.; near car lines. novl7-2t
FOR RENT 1014 10th st. nw., 3 front
fur. rooms; very reasonable. nol7-7t
FOR RENT Large, unfur. front mom.
au-uour; no otnur roon
roomers. 1012 loth
FOR RENT 610 H St. nw., neatly
fur. rooms, with good board, at $20
per month; table board, $15 per month.
FOR RENT Toadults.lnaprettynow
house, fur. or partly, one second-story
alcove, south room; one adjoining, or one
first-floor: light housekeeping permitted;
private family. 5 N st. nw. no!7-2t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
room, reasonable. 353 Penna.ave. nw.
noi , -ac
FOR RENT 2.18Nonh Capitol St.,
parlor floor, handsomely fitted; suita
ble for a member of Congress; also a flat
of 3 or 4 unfurnished rooms; a. m. 1.
FOR RENT Desirable second-floor
front room, with or without board.
Apply7345tlist. nw. nol7-2t
FOR RENT Suitable for light house
keeping or offices; choice of several
suites of rooms: rent very reasonable to
good tenants. 476Pn.ave.nw. nol7-5t
FOR RENT 26 I ne., 3 2d-floor. large?
newly papered; $13. co3G-3t
Has established the following Branch Agencies, where
Want and Liner Ads will be received at the same rate one
cent a word as at the head office:
Walter J. Boyce, First
H. C. Easterday, cor. G
Frank Smith, 4th and G nw.
A. B. McCloskey, 1312 Seventh nw.
R. W. Duffy, Ninth and N nwl
F. M. Criswell, Seventh and T nw.
Edmonds & "Williams, Third and Pa. nw.
W. G. Roe, Seventh and L nw.
Mt Vernon Pharmacy, Ninth and N.
Y. ave. nw.
G. A. Bcntley, 14th and Corcoran nw.
Offut & Blumer, Fourteenth and U nw.
for hent naoiis.
FOR RENT 420 E st. nw front
room, handsomely furnished; must be
seen to be appreciated: heataud ga hand
some organ; S10, reduced from S15.
FOR RENT Three nicely fur. rooms.
with or without hoard; heat, cas and
bath; convenient to 3 lines street cars. 430
N. Y. ave. nw. colC-71
FOR RENT-613 N. J. ave. nw.; 2
smalt lurnUbed rooms, for men only:
SI per week. noio-.it
FOR RENT Furnished; 2 desirable
room, entire 2d floor; heat aul pis; Just
east of Library building. 205 A se.
FOR RENT Three furnished nxims.
suitable- lor light housekeeping, on 2d
floor. No. 2100 O st. iml5-leni
FOR RENT Suitable for light house-U.-ejiuijr
or offices: tholce ot several
suites or ruoms: rent very reasonable to
good tenants. 4iC Pa. ave. uw. nol4-4t
FOR RENT 2d floor fur. room to
lady, wiui board: a. in. I.; object, com
pany; also large ball room; terms reason-
auie. ro. oio i si. ne. uu --
FOR RENT A second story front,
comtoriHlilv furnished; heat and light.
Apply at 912 8th St. nw. nulG-Gt
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms
third floor, with heat, gas and lath;
very central. Apply 010 E st. nw. nol3-tf
FOR RENT 1221 N. Y. ave nicely
tur. rooms, southern exposure, with or
without board. nol2-7tem
KOn SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-Nice new i-room brick,
desirably located on good street: healed
by furnace; a. m. I.: lot 10 3-1x100 to
paved alley; price 52,800 S2.000 first
trust, 5 3 ears. r per cent: bat. 5250 cash
and notes of SIB per month; this is a
good and rare bargain. Call and see RA
KEE& LAMPTON.-1301 F St. nw. nol7-3t
FOR SA.X1E Elegant new corner
house; lurge parking, good street; priss
brick, stone trimmings; G rooms; a. in. i.;
price, few days. 53,200; a great bargain;
terms easy. Call on RAKER a LA1IPTON,
1301 T si. nw. nol7-3t
FOR SALE-At a. sacrafice, 4-room
brick, nw.. No. 2117 Cheater court,
alley between 13th, 14th, V and Wrts.r
rare chance for small investment. Hall
orferto OWNER, 313 Gth St. se. nol7-4t
FOR SALE-A first-class house on R
st., bet. 1st and N. Cap. sts. nw.; 7
rooms and bath; first slory brownstone;
nicely papered throughout; all latest Imps ;
south Trout; largo yard to 20-toot allev; a
bargain; terms to buit. EDWARD KERN,
29 R Bt nw. nol6-3t-eiu
FOR SA.X1E New 0-rooui frame Louse,
with all mod. Imps.; 1611 Galesst. tie.,
only two squares from cars and herdlcs;
price, only $1,450; see It Inquire OWN
ER. 009 3d st. ne. nolG-3l-em
FOR S A-IjE I have houses in thenorth-
east or northwest from ?2;E00 to 54,-
000 that I can sell as bargains or trade.
8.CARR. 13D5MarjIandave.iie. no 13-7t
FOB SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE-230 acre farm, 130 acres
rniitlvaLiMl. nalance In tlmborr fldloin-
inc town of Ilerndon; two dwellings, ont-
buildings, springs, streams and fruitrnicely
situated for gunners' clubhouse, orr would
divide into small farms. Address Box 145,
Ilerndon P. P.. Falrfa.tcounty. Va.nol6-3t
FOR EXCHAKGE-Ktif 9-room
onD. A P. R. E., for small clly properiy--Address
Box 7, Atlantic Bide. nol(T-3t
SO CENTS do'wn; new credjt system;
lace curtains, portieres, rugs, table
linen, blankets, quilts, table tuid piano
covers, china dinner and toilet sets, silver
plated ware, banquet lanija, onyx tables,
clocks, window shndes, albums, etc. Send
postal. Wlllbring samples. NORTHEAST
CREDIT HOUSE, 1210 H St. ne. Open
till 9 p. HI. It
LADIES we wlU sell you any make
oi maiulue from $20 to $60, cash or
Installments; also.bjime secoud-band ros
chines, warranted la perfect order, from
$5 lo $20, on easy installments: we repair
all makes from 00c up: send a postal
and will give you estimate, or will mall
you circulars, etc. THE ENTERPRISE
SEWING A1ACHINES CO., 334 Penn. ave.
DIVORCE What are the grounds for
dlvon.c, why rr a husband not to
purchase a sewing machine lor his wife;
wheu they can be had from $20 to $60
cash or Installments; such as the Standard,
Singer, White, Domestic, Household, New
Home, Haywood, Paragon, etc.; good
second-nan 1 machines lrnui $0 to $20,
cash or Installments. THE ENTERPRISE
SEWING MACHINE CO.. 334 Penn. ave.
se. Repairs from 50c. up. nolOfg-tt
W"E will help )ou to help yourselves: as
we are selling splendid custom-made
suits and overcoats; slightly worn: at fls
ures that are thetalkorthetown. JUSTU'B
OLD STAND, 610 I) St.nw.
FIRST.-CLASS mechanics can be
secured at 600 13th st. nw. Paper
bangers, painters, bridge and structural
Iron workers, carpenters, lathers, plaster
ers,nnd laboring uienotaiiy kind. WORK
INGMEN'3 LIBRARY AND BUREAU OP
LABOR, 600 13th st. nw. Telephone, 260.
ii. D. snENK. Clerk. coS-tf
ACSIE. BROOHE tellsall theevents
of lire; nil business confidential; ladles
find gentlemen, 50 rents eucti: boars 0 s
n. to 9 p. w. 605 New York ave. nw-,
near 6th st. noC-14t
DR. TAXLOR. 906 P nLDvr, makes
full sets of teeth for $C; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling, tl; amalgam. COe. ss4-tf
PROF. CLAY is Uwomrsi established
advertising clairvoyant and me
dium; consult him on business, mar
riage, love, lost or stolen prop
erty; tells who are your enemies: how to
nvold them and overcome all troubles;
brings separated together nnd causes
rpeedy marriage with one ynu loie: by
proper advice removes evil Inflr.rnces
nnd spells: sittings 50 cents; no charges
for sitting unless satisfied. Lours, 10 to 9;
open Sunday. 48'J II st., bet. 4 1-2 and Oth
sts. sw. ot24-lf.em
T.ADIES needing confldentitl treat
ment A safe and sure rrllef In nD
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula.
etc. Separate inrnm Tor patients h-fors
and during confinement, and find homes
for Infants If required. Strictly onnllden
UaL AIRS. DR. RENNER. 16 Fourth st
ue . nea r E. Capitol st . Washington. D C
J.T. W ALKTKRSONS.204 lOthst.
nw.. carpet llmmc. relta. fire brick and
clay, asbestos, paints, brush. linn-, cement,
t wound three-ply roofing materlaLapr21-tf
BATHand massageby MRS. M7LEWR3,
just returned. 702 Ninth st. nw.
3JAIE. ESTELLE tells all events ot
Hie: gives advice In domestic troubles:
strictly confidential: and heals all kinds
of sores, the latter for ladles only: hours,
a. rn. to 10 p. to. S13 19th st. nw.
and N. Y.
M. McNulty, 1336 Fourteenth nw.
H. Hage, 2153 Pa. ave. nw.
Daniel D. Mulcahy, N. Cap. and I sts.
J. E. Woodford, Fifth and H ne.
A. P. Geier, 13th and H ne.
J. W. Johnson, 49 H ne.
W. F. Mackay, 821 H ne.
Hoyle & Co., Fourth and East Capitol.
F. P. Weller, Eighth and I se.
Thomas A. Dobyns, Second and Pa. ave.
Joseph Linden, 406 Eighth se.
Joseph Petignat, 609 Seventh sw.
W. W. Hall, 722 4 st. sw.
and N. J.
PROFESSIONAL massage. PnrUes
suueriug uiui chronic rheumatism and
nervo-js ulhuenls speislily cured by lime.
Colford, 1210 F sU nw. Hours, 10 a. m.
to 9 p. iti.aSuudaya, 2 to 6 p. m.
4UU n 1. nve., :t r, in. I., nw S2r 40
809 i 1-2 st., 10 r., in. i., sw 25 40
034 II St.. G r., a. m. i.. sw 20 00
1213 C st. 9 r., i nr 19 00
931 1-2 F t. G r.. w jr.. sw 18 00
1004 Va. ave., G r., L. sw 15 00
HENRY; -VEX, 501 7th st. sw.
FOR RENT ,..
004 It si-, u r.. w g., sw. S15 00
1322 rt. Cap. su, 6 r., a. in. i 12 0O
347 Mil. ave., 9 r.. Imp., sw 20 00
9 15 Liberty sc., w. s.. sw 1050
515 Q st., 8 r., i.. nw 22 DO
Five houses In Armory Place at S5.
HENRY WEX, 5H 7th st. sw.
FOR RENT 1111 1 Bt.se., six rooms,
and stable; larso yard. Also 909 10th
st.se.; sivroonis; rent moderate. EDWARD
KERN, 29 R M. nw. no!6-3t-em
FOR RENT, sale or trade: house Io.
Vj3 i Hh st. se., coiitaii'ing store,
dwelling, cellar; stable; large side and Iiack
lot; eari- pass the door. Apply to owner,
II. II. IIE1IPLER, opUeiau. Gth and Pa.
ave. nw. nolQ.3t
FOR RENT 515; new G room frame
in Broukiauu; heated by latrobe. Room
7 Atlantic building. uolG-3t
FOR RENT UeauUful new buff brick
House; cellar and three stories; fur
nace heat, mantle, -gas log, electric lights,
bells, tubes, window shades, etc No.
1318 Wallach place northwest, between
T and U, 13th and 1.1th northwest. F. R.
rYLE. 902 r st. uw. no!3-7t
FOR RENT Ncfr. excellent condition,
8-room, large parlorua. in. I.; cellar,
furnace, stationary wash tubs, drying flat,
back allev, cars pass dour. 90G 11th st.
se.: $22.. key at 900 no!2-7t
FOR RENT !218 I St. ne. Six. rms..
cellar, stable, large lot; $18: would
sell iheap or trade. W. J. FR1ZZELL. COP
7th st. tiff, otrice. Am. B. & L. Association.
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED-U. B. postage stamps
department, orrlcial, revenue and col
lections ot United Stales and rorelgn
stamps. I will buy In any quantity and
will pay the highest, M your own price
for all scarce stnmps.T C. K.EOTIIFUCH3.
359 1-2 Penna. ave. noll-tf
DEPART1HENT Stamps ,"in buy
all kinds and any quantity, and pay
the highest cash prices obtainable. II.
F. DUNKHORST, 1005 7th st nw.
FOR IlENT SClimiBAN".
FORRENT Suburban, at Brookland,
IT. CTT2 lilotks from cars, 7-rnom frame:
cellar, ballr and attic; latroLe. rarge: 1 ot
nnd cold water. Inquire 1.8. IiOLLMIGE,
care Saks & Co. r,ol6-lwk
"WANTED A good unfur:, 12-room
house; west of 13th St.; suitable- for
letting rooms. Please address EXPER
IENCE. this office. no 17-2 1
WAKTED-A 5or ttiifunmodcrnRac;
cuiiveuient ti 14i h st. car iilie. Ad-
flress MODERN FLAT, this ofRce. gelU-tT
TJNrrED 8TATES MARSHAL'B BAtE
of mlUs and machinery supplies. &&
By virtue of s writ of fieri facias issued
out of the clerk's office ol the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia and to
me directed. I will sell at public sale, for
cash on the premises. No. 487 Missouri
avenue northwest, Washington, D. o..
a. m.. the followlnc-descrlbcci property,
to-wlt: Large stock conslsdng of belting,
pulleys, antifriction metal, graphite, en
gine, mills, shafting, boilers, gear wheels.
Iron safe, Ac, seized and levied upon as
the property of the.Corbctt Mill and Ma
chine Company, and sold to satisry execu
tion No. 38792. In favor of Malsh & Gorton
ALBERT X. WILSON,
U. B. Marshal, D. 0.
Dcncanson Bros., Aucts.
FOR RENT ROUSES.
1234 Moss. sv. nw. i
16 rs S10104
Cor. 8th Or
ariiw,4r sib a
1 beott av nw, sta
ble, ir. 15 00
1T61 p nw,18r. .... 67 6C
819Cnw,Ur..... 66 la
11200m nir.Hr .. B0 80
snt7rh nw Br 14 50
inn L nw.bte,
to M'rtTDaK nw.'r .... 13 60
804 K nw, ISr.
Kl 00,7itl 10IU nc, 5r.... 13 60
SOSO O nr,13r.
60 oo an latu sw. 5r .... is oo
US! 33d nw, lur .. 85 00
1002 N J or nw, er n at
330 Nsw.Sr 150
15 4U aw. 1st n,3r U 60
410 llass ar nw,
rs SO M
910 nth st nw, st
dwl.6r 30 BO 2108 6ru nw. 6r .... "00
411 N Tar nw, 9r frllSherldaustnw
in. L 5 50 5r 18
231 2d nw.Tr 25 89 GslTeatott. st, 3'lh
1510 Columbi it, Brcosland, 6r... WOO
nw, Sr 23 SOMiCalUa ne, ml,
51324nw,8r 23 50 6c. li 60
207 10th st ne, 7r !S 50 633 th n, 4r 1180
1740 Cth aw, Ir.... J3 w 4 Scott sv. nw, Br.. 11 00
453 lstse.7r SI C0cnLse,5r "10 SO
1004 lino, Tr 4'I31JFrIstoe ctnw,
30snarnw.7c.. SO 40 5r 10 20
143STnw.6r. 20 S016.'91Sthne,5r.... 10 80
501 Va st sw, strA luo 6th nw, desk r'm
dwl. 5r 20 00 - W 03
1243 6th nw, 6r m.1 19 00 1723 Hayes' Court
2U3 Est nw.Tr.... IS 401 nw.Sr. 10 00
1118 II ne, 6r 18 SO Hartford st. South
1121 O st ns. Br. .. 13 b0 Brooklxnd. It. . 10 09
Mil 4th 1.0, 9r. It) 001050 IBthna.er.... 10 00
s55thnw;2dnor. 16 00411Blaalalnw,6r 9 50
104 L st uw, 6r.... 15 30,63i bunuior nw, Br 8 60
Roar is U gt sw, 4r 8 00 2012 Columbia tar
IGfibaperlor nw, I rscenw.Sr 8 80
Br . 15 0OIRear23314thsw,3r 6 SJ
910 9th nw. store 1601 i sw. sure
and dweUlug,5r $30 50 1 and uweUl'r. tr. CO 00
Rar319 C nw. . J10 00 1 Rear 910 9th nw.. f 00
Roar 423 li at nw 0 00 1
nolC-3t A. 3. CAY WOOD, 333 9th St. nw.
FOIl HEKT-0 IB to st. ne.; 6
rooms and cellar. Sir.. 20; 35 S at.
nw ; new; 0 rooms; papered throughout;
$24 50. F. J. DIEUDONNE, Room 23,
Ohio National Bank Building. no!7-2t
FOR KENT 1431 N. J. ave. nw., 7
rooms and bath; bay window, press
brick front; nice condition; all modern
Improvements; only $24, If taken at once.
LATIMER & NEBIT. 1321Q St. co!7-7t
FOR RENT By A. H. LEE A: SON,
1J31 F st. 1522 Pierce pL nw 8
rooms and b., $26. 1B21 4th St. nw., 7
rooms and b., $22.50. 1315 4 1-2 St.
sw., 6 rooms and bath, S1CJ50. nol7-6t
FOR SALE Lease, fixtures and stock
or ciotliing ot the "Famous" to bo
2..J Vi,la,ra,e '" ln telt- APP'y at store,
SOa Market i-im-c. no!8-2t
LEASE and fixtures of the "ruruous'
cliuuma store. SOS Market Space, to
be joM. Sfiiamteor in bulk. Apply LEWIS
B. MOORE. Mac-ger. nol6
EXCLTJSITE territory giien for the
naie or beo tiive, pat. June 21, '04;
Oct. I. S5; highest awards. Pa., CaL
ami elsewhere: best in the market; over
20,000 scld: small capital needed. Call
HOKSES clipped by electric power ror
$2. A. U. PENNELL. G03 G st. nw.
LOST Saturday eve.. lGth. bet. 3d and
11 sts. uw.. and Gth and II sts. ne., one
pair ot men's shoes: finder will please re
turn them to G47 20th st. ne., ai.d receive
retianl. JAMES MARTIN. It
LOST Friday night, fob chain with
intaglio pendant suspended from ring;
suitable reward if returned to 318 E st ne.
LOST-Friday evcning.TMnt of Con
icniion Hall or 1211 S st. nw., pair
gold spectacles. Finder rewarded by re
turning to 3300 17th St. uw. m17-2t
TOR KENT STABLES .
FOR RENT Possession December IB,
a fine stable, 2,-x0 feet, two apart
ments: evrry convenie-nce, five stalls, with
plenty of r.m for more, adjacent to 900
Eleventh st. t, v.liere applj;. can rent
conncied elglit-rooin dwelling on rront
street If desired. nol8-7t
ENGINEER FELL ASLEEP.
Colll-lon Resulted nnd Flreiimn In-
stnntly KIHi-dnnd Horribly Burned.
Willlamsport. Pa., Nov. 17. A disas
trous wreckoccurrcd on therallErook Rail
road, one mile above Jersey Shore Junc
tion at o'clocTr yesterday.
A south-bound fretglittrain had orders to
wait for three sections of a north-bound
freight to pass, but the engineer of the
south-bound train fell asleep and upon
awakening pulled out before the third
section had passed. A head-end collision
William McQuade, aged twenty-one, un
married, of Corning N. Y., fireman ot
the north-bound train, ivas crushed Into
the fire box anil instantly killed. Ills body
when recovered was burned beyond recog
nition. Brakeman Daniel Kirkendall, of the tame
train, liad a leg broken. Engineer Validly
and CoEd'ictor -Maynanl Allen, the crew
that made the mistake. Jumped and rolled
down an embankment antl escaped with
The coroner's jury found Engineer Val
idly and Conductor Allen responsible for
the wreck and the death of Fireman Mc
Quade. Slmroti Heir- Arc Paid.
San Fnu.tlsco.Nov. 17. The heirs of the
Willianl Sharou estate came Into possession
of their shares Saturday .bv the expira
tion of the trust by limitation. Ills will
created a ten years' trust at the expiration
of which the heirs were to divide the es
tate. $1(10,000 Bluze in Texa-..
DeuS-win. Tex.. Nov. 17. Fire destroyed
the- Lcntz block at Sherman. Tex., at an
early yesterday morning. Loss. S100.000;
fully Ihsiired. The buildings were the
finest in North Texas.
CHARGED WITH CRUELTY.
Juduu Chandler Spe,il,s Ab.iut tho
Dlxirce Grunted illy Wile.
The announcement made In yt'Mi rtl.iy'.s
telegraph illspatcbcs from Tol.KJi Run.,
to the effect that Mrs. Otorge Chandler,
wife of the ex -Assistant Sjtretary or the
Interior, had secured a dilorce. created a
sensation ln Washington political and
social circles, whero M r. and Mrs. Outs.'U r
arc well known.
The friends of the couple residing in this
city were surprised upon learning that the
domcstlo relations of Jndge Chandler and
his wife were not of the most pleasant and
Judge Chandler and Ills wife have bad
rooms at No .1817 Thirteenth streit north
nest ever since the Judge was opiiointed
Assistant Secretary of the Interior three
years ago. Mrs. Chandler has been at l.cr
home, ln Kansas, since June last. Cruelly
Is the ground alleged for divorce.
Judge Chandler was been last evening by
n Times reporter and iutcrrogatcd as to tho
the cause of thu disagreement between'him
self and wire. lie stated that he bad never
seen the complaint filed ln the Kansas
court by his -wife's attorney, and did not
know what allegations It contained. As
to the charge of cruelty ho never struck or
mistreated his wife. Harsh words may
have passed at times, which under the laws
of Kansas is considered CTUelty nnd Just
grountls for an action for divorce. He
would deed property ln Kansas to his wife,
which would uBsure her a comibrtible liv
ing. Tho story of their differences was
a long one. was none of the publics af
fair, and he would not further "discuss the
matter tor publication. He had never filed
Judge Chandler will not test the validity of
Judge Chandler la well and favorably
known ln Kansas politics, where ho has
often been honored by the citizens of the
Gras-hopper State. He was appointed
Assistant Secretary of the Interior during
President HarrUon's administration. His
law offices in this city are ln the McQlU
Building. No. 908 G street northwest
GOD STAY'ED I1EU HANDS."
Tlint "Wiik Hneliel Green's Excuse
for Not Committing Suicide.
Destitution, IUnes, and despair prompted
Mrs. Rachel Green, colored, of Jackson
alley northwest, to bid farewell to her
family Saturday and seek eternal rest
under the waters of the Potomac, but as
she stood ou the bank of the river, near
the Washington end of the Anacostla
Bridge, late last night, nnd raised her
hands preparatory to the plunge, her
courage failed her, or as stie told The
Times, "God stayed her bauds. "
Saturday at 11 o'clock she told her
daughter, Lizzie, whose husband died a
year ago, that she would hate to give
up the struggle for life. She left the
house and at ler Lizzie liad recovered from
her fit of weeping she reporUd the matter
of the police of the Sixth precinct The
case was telephoued to each precinct,
bit thu woiuau was not apprehended
It was midnight when Shi- returned to
her home ln the alley. She told The
Tunes that her hustkind died ileven years
ago, that her children, mch of them as
wer. old enough to work, could not get
employment, and her little grandchild,
about six years old. had to be fed. The
house rent was due and the hindlord had
She had no support excepting what she
. . i khinv nil ilrtintr enfi
could earn uy rauuuius u -"" -Jobi
in white people's bouses. Those lor
victuals. She minted to a Plateful of
bread crusts, wnlch were all ihe faruRy
would have for breakfast The house was
practically devoid ot furniture or comfort.
On every side was evidence of dire pov
erty and nant. Yes. she had gone to the
river with the intention or Jumping, but as
she was about to do this. -God stayed her
SILVER DEMOCRATS ACT.
Wnnt u. Treo and LTultmltcd Colnac
nt 10 to 1.
NashviUe, Tenn., Nov. 17. At a meeting
of silver Democrats or the State here Satur
day, the following action was arrived at:
"Recent elections and events In the United
States have revealed the gravity of the
political Eltuation, certainly with respect
n n,if..ntii nnti nmtinblv with resuect to
State aftoirs: and that influence have
fastened upon and are endeavoring to
ontrol Ihe Democratic party, whee suc
cess means me detenu oi mai pan. .uu
the subversion or tne principles or finance
and government for which that party has
always stood: that among the first and
most iminrtant of those principles is the
free and unlimited coinage of gold and
silver in the ratio of 16 to 1, and inde
iwndently ot the aitlons ot other nations
of the world: and that the organized hos
tility to this principle, which has aggres
sively arrayed Itself against, and sought
to ingraft ltelf upon the Democratic party,
has made an Issue whkh ought not to be
longer adjourned, and that the arty should
be appealed to and organized upon this
BUCKSHOT FROM AMBUSH.
.MlvNltodpiil Farmer Afwatudnated Upon
tlio Publlo Itoud.
Jackson. MUs.. Nov. 17. Ed. Stuckey,
a prosperous farmer ot Simpson county,
twenty miles south of here was assassi
nated upon the puUlc read Friday night,
being fired upon from ambush.
The loa of buckshot hit Stuckey In the
head, and he cannot recover, though aUve
when found this morning. He could tell
nothing, and there Is no clue. A family
row is thought to lie at the bottom of this
Mr-. .1. K. Eiiinii'tt Sue tor Divorce.
Great Falls. .Mont.. Nov. 17. The sequel
to the attempt of J. K. Emmett in San
Francisco to s-lioot and kill his wife is a
suit for divorce, which will be brought by
the adress against her actor husband.
Mrs. Emmett, wl.o Is playing here, said
that Denver attorneys who are her rela
tives hate commenced proceedings by
her authority and the case will be tried
In San rrancisco.
Hit Willi a Boer Bottle.
John Cnhlll. residing at 1219 L street,
was taken to Emergency Hospital Satunlay
night with three ugly gashes in Ills fore
head and head, fie got mixed up ln a
saloon fight at Louisiana avenue and Ninth
street, and ln the course orthe trouble was
struck with a t-ver bottle. Eight stitches
were taken ln his head.
WELCOMED GEN. EVANS.
Salvntlou Army Held a Special Goipel
The presence of General William Evans,
the next ln command to General Booth,
drew a large attendance to the meeting
at Saltation Array headquarters Saturday
General Evans is ln command of the
Atlantic Coast Division, and is en his way
South with Adjutant William Hunter, ,
of Baltimore. They stopped over ln .
Washington to assist Adjutant Ieabelle t
Wood, who has charge of the work Rt the
The meeting was addressed by Cap
tain Cowan and Mr. Stiles of Asbury
Park and Octan Grove, who spoke of the
nork that was being accomplished by their
commands and of what they hoped to do
in the future. TLe meeting closed with
a prayer by General Evans, after which
all united in singing-the army hymn.
If so, sign this coupon and sand it to
THE TIMES, where it will be added to a
monster petition to be presented to Congress.
Address . -.. ,
You are paying twice what you should.
WORK OF THE COAST GUARD
Tea Millions of Proparty aiid Fiva
Thousand Live3 Saved.
A initial HeiKirt of the Superintendent
Shown It to Have Been ttio
Services Banner Tear.
The annual report of the general super
intendent of tho Life Saving Service Just
ma! public shows that daring the last
fiscal year the number of disasters within
the scope of the service exceeded that or
any previous year by seventy-nine. ThU
large excess Is ln a measure fouod to b
due to the extension of the service, but
principally to the conditions of wcathsr
which prevailed during the year.
While tho work of the service Is thus
shown to have increased. It is satisfactory
to know (hat the record of the year show
a smaller proportion of loss, ln both Ufa
and property than any previous year shice
the general extension of the service, ex
cept, as regards life, the year 1888, and a
regards property, the year 1884.
At the close of the last fiscal year the
establishment embraced 251 stations 184
being on the Atlantic, C3 on the lake, 18
on the Pacific, and one at the laRs of tho
Ohio, at Louisville, Ky.
The number of disasters to documented
vessels wllhln the Held or the operation
of the service during the year was 483.
There were on board these vessels 5,402
persons, of whom, 5,362 were saved, and
20 lost. The estimated value of the vessels
Involved was $8,001,275, and that of their
cargoes $2,045,950, making a total vain
of property imperilled $10,647,235. Of
this amount $9,145,085 was saved, arid
$1,502,150 lost. The number or vessels
totally lost was 73.
In addition to the foregoing there wcra
during the ytarl92casualtiestosmaIIcraft;
such as small yachts, sail boats, row boati,
etc.. on board of which there were 421
persons, 415 of whom were saved, and
GOOD TEMPIAI1 ANNIVERSARX".
Its Thirtieth Teur to Be Celebrated
With Special Services.
Great activity Is being displayed by th
Good Templars of this district ln preparing
for the celebration of the thirtieth anni
versary ot the order ln this Jurisdiction.
The details are being attended to by a
committee from each lodge, a Joint session
of which was held on Saturday evening
when reports of the most encouraging
character were received rrom the subcom
mittees. The anniversary sermon wUl be preached
by Dr. Hugh Johnson at the Metropolitan
M. E. Church on next Sunday evening, and
on Tui-sday evening, the 27lb, Dr. Sun
derland wUl welcome the order to the First
Presbyterian Church, where the anniversary
meeting wUl be held. The members wUl
meet ln the lecture room and march ln a.
Iiody Into the auditorium, wearing the full
regalia of the order. An address by th
grand chief templar and exercises of a
special attractive nature, presented by tn
juvenile templars under the direction of the
grand superintendent of Juvenile Templars,
will be succeeded by an address by Dr. D.
H. Mann ot Brooklyn, right worthy grand
chief of the order.
Dr. Gabriel Johnson has prepared an
elaborate programme of music ror the oc
casion. The audience will be seated by
corps or nshers. appoUited by and under tna
direction ot Grand Marshal J. C. Suter.
Good Templars Are Active and En
joy a Social Meeting;.
Friendship Lodge of Good Templars gar
up its place of meeting, Melford Hall, to
Undine Temple, and the members and friends
of that prosperous juvenile organization
packed the room to the doors. It was toe
occasion of Undine's quarterly gathering
for musical and literary entertainment
and the distribution or prizes, and the
event proved to be one or the most suc
cessful in its eleven years of history.
Mary Fitzgibbon received the gold medal
for bringing in the most members, and prize
books were awarded by Mrs. Bishop, su
perintendent, to the following: Mattis
Anthony. Jennie Allen, Nellie and Virginia
Uishop, Bessie and Ida Doyle, Geneva and
Gertie Eagleston, Nettie Foxwell, James
Conlan. R"ina, Florence and Clarenca
Offensteln, Mary Fitzgibbon, LUlle Riley
and Nettle Cole.
Minnehaha Juvenile Temple had a very
pleasant st-ssion Saturday afternoon, Mrs.
R. A. Dlnsmore of Frl'jrdshlp Lodge ln
charge. At the conclusion or routine busi
ness an entertaining good t the order was
bad. A violin solo was rendered by Master
Ralph Smith, a piano solo by Eva Mills,
recitations by Nannie Campbell and Ella
Dick and an address by General Saperln
Intere..tlujj, Bat Not Satisfactory.
"Now. look, pleasant, please," and ths
photographer smiled by way of encourage
ment, "and look right In here."
He alined bis finger at the muzzle of bis
camera, grasped the bulb that worked the
shutter, glanced at the skylight and then
squeezed. When be glanced around to sea
bow the subject bad stood the ordeal ha
round the old lady bending down and peel
Ing into the camera.
"I can't see nothing," she declared.
"Well, what did you expect to see?"
"I don't know. You told me to look In
there, and I thought yon had something in
teresting." "Well. I guess I have. Wait tin I de
velop this plate."
When he brought out the old lady's smil
ing face splattered aR over the plate sha
"That Is Interestln'. but I don't hardly
consider It a good Ukenes3. Do you
San Francisco Post.
Bleycllnc for Women.
Bicycling as a means of restful exercise
now scarcely needs to be pointed out. As a
woman said lately: "The beauty of the
wheel's cure of insomnia. Incipient nervous
prostration and the rest of the Ills of the
overworked is that It cures ln spite of un
faith. want ot skill or any handicap.
"You get on your wheel nnd there is no
getting away from It; ltg1 absorb your
attention: you cannot woTry about the chil
dren, the house, the office, finances any of
your cares you have got to think about
your poise on the wheeland watch yoursur
roundings, and hi doing so you get out of
yourself in spite or yourself. Every physi
cian will tell you that this is all that U
needed." Now York Times.
Restored a Gold Watch.
James Lewis, a colored boy, seventeen
years ot age, turned over a ladles' gold
hunting case watch to Officer Reith ot No.
2 station Satunlay afternoon. Lewis
told tho ofricer that the watch was given
to him early ln the morning by a small
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