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THE MORNING TIMES, SAUTRDA.Y, NOVEMBER 23, 1895.
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SI IE CI A I, XOTI CE3.
iir.v. t. ni-wrrr tauiage.d. i.
V11 preach every Sabbath evening nt
7:30 irclortr. and also Thanksgiving morn
ing. November 28, at 11 o'clock a. m.. at
Flrat Presbyterian Church. 4 1-2 sL. bet.
C anil i. no23-sa.nio,tu.we
CALL at I'. Cannon's. 305 10th st
liw.Triir thcpurc Wilson Whisky.
ISSUED November 22, 1S05 Estate
of LiHlc b. Laiuli. late of tlie Dlslrict
of Coluiiitiin. No. 0950, Document -1.
Application lraing been made to the su
preme court of tlie District or Columbia,
lioUIln orphans' court for probate of a
last will elated Scpteinlier 21, 1691, and
for inters or .idiii.uistratlon on uM t.tate,
by H.uilel S. Lamb, her hu.bu.ind, tills la to
rive iioluc to all concerned to appear In
Said court on Friday, Hie 20th uay of
December, A. D., lb'.tG, at 10 o clock a.
in., to snow cause why such application
Bhould nut be granted. ....
Attest .1 NOTA AIcGILL. Register
of Will. D. C. . ,. .
R.T. MORS ELL, Proctor for Applicant.
F1LKD November 7,To95. J.R. Young,
cu-ik. In Hie Supreme Court of the
Disi.m oi Columbia, the 1 til day of No
vcnibor, 1H5. Lydta Mulr Johnson ct
al complainant, va. Henry T. Leiislng
ton et a!., defendants. Ko. lG.lSfc. fflu'ty
Dock-t .i-. On motion cf the plaintiffs,
by W II Aiker and W. J. Miller, their
tolicitors, it Is ordered Ihar the defend
nnl, William Kensington . Henrietta Cow
ling, the unknown burs at law of Henri
etta I!. IM'.vards, dcceased.nnd the children
or WilU'.m Kensington, cause their appear
ance So ! entered herein on or lurore tlie
firot nil.' lay -jccurrii.g rc.rl day s after
UiIt il.i.- otherwise the cause will 1 pro
ceeded 'irti i .is In case of default.
Tlie olijc. i or this suit is to correct a
deed of i-oiieyaiice from Henrietta B.
Edward low deceased, to John Benjamin
Johnson, c.r a piece or isarccl or ground Hi
square numb, reil six hundrrd and twenty
fie (025) and to dcrlaro the title fee
Bimplcin sil.l John B.njamin Johnson heirs,
and lor ol'it-r and further re!lf. And
further ord.red tins order be published In
tho Wasl.lnKton Law Reporter and Wash
ington Time once a week In Uircc succcss-
lK' weeks, riy the Court,
E. F. EINGHAAI,
Truecopv Test. Chief JuUce.ic.
J. 1: YOUNG, Clerk.
Br L. I. WILLIAMS, ArsMsnt Clerk.
HELP -WVAXTKD MALB.
WAHTED-An experienced Ealcimau
lo law order for "Ms lie" gum. 437
2lth si- i'W. It
"WANTED I Jvt- business man for pood
luiiiis iKiMtion. Tor particulars, call
alter 0. :. I'. STONESIIEET. Baltic lildg.
WANTED-Agents to sell the Home
liiuiliuturu aril Brooders. Call at 007
3th a mv.. and s.-e the machines ia opera
'VT'ANTED Ytung man In lunch room;
mi, t ci in- well recommended, 'and
tlioroiisiilr understand the business. Ad
dress U'NTH. this office. , U
-VANT.Ii5 While Ixjy lor rcixaitranu
72! .Mil M se. t,o22-ll-em
WANTJBS-Two rolornl raltirs. Air
plj rra.iy for work, 34 i'a. avc nw.
lio2U 1 1 'in
r caners to cane chairs at
II iv. no21-3t,l'Ill
HKt-J V .VTR1I-FEMALE.
WAN TiS U -.vTTrst-3abS ladli-s" hair-
lriiT. male or female. Dr. J.
Sr.luil..- .lit Htli M. no2 -t:
TVAK'rED-Wbite ck)U, ?2(i. n'mol
utir-e. .S, references. Oil l.!tu
st n w- it
V,- a'T3D-Neat, IntelUcent colored
ni'nuu .n kitilKti maid. Cl-1 13th
Rt 11 W It.
WANTED-Ci'mpetent wine Infant's
nup-e, wall refercni-Cb. G14 13th st.
"w VNT13D A white jrirl. Iietween 12
and 1 .i years, who wants a good home
Call .it HI :i Ulh st- ne. no23-2t
ur Hum I leferrttl Apply to SIME. 1L
F SMITH. 714 11th st. nw. no22-lt-cm
jVslUMi"r. VICKERY. office !29
KInlli M n w. no-l-3t
"V aWTED- Of rice nork of aiiy kind;
t i e r.tu-n andmlineoKrapli w.irknonp
al Ion est Mies Address INTELICK . thU
WANTED-A famllr lo work on farm
lor ifareiT 8 iiiileN this side of Norfolk;
will rurni-li transportation and all neccssl-tli-.
A- 11. AI-this office. lt
hi I I'ATIO.V WASTHD-31 ALE.
WANTED-Dy si yours colored man
a placf ac waller or liellmau, either
pru.ii"' ur 1 otel: ot,e ji-ars' cxpe"t'ncc ,n
ruimiM-i ilixtrlt elevator; can gle best
of in reference Address It. A. V... this
WAKTED-B)' young man place a3
,. iiin.in or waiter, or driver of dc-
liwrv ,js..ii. Address 1310 II. I. ave.
WA'tTSD-l'lJW as oyster look. Art-
ilr-.s -ilj 1 St. sw. lt
xt-ANTiSD-Ey a youm; man (21) with
i,i .!.!-.. experience, a position in sonic
good brines-., can kirp books, operate
typewriter, etc , best rrfs. Address PER
SIA N" EN 1, Hi 13 office. i.o22-lt-em
"WAKTISD Situation as sieain engi
neer and oiler; sober and industrious:
C.ovr ..ni-J' rels. JOHN MANOOLA, 41.
G st nw.
"W NTJ3D Hv youcg man, work In
oTii.-e or sto't: good refs. Address No.
73c4 12iti st sa. no222lt-em
WANTED-Situation as grocery clerk
-aTulnicatcuttcr. Address SITUATION
421 L St. nw. ijo22-4t
WANTED-Vonug man will pay cash
bonus tor position ai collector or
otlicreniplojmeiif.rcfs. and bond. 1 .S.J.,
this office. jnp-2-3t
WANTED-Hy good confectioner, pas
try cook and ice cream maker imsl
tlon us rirst or second band or to drive
-wagon, best rels. Address COM-J-.C-
TIONEK. this office. no22-2t
WANTED Situation by young man
m" store or market; bestrcla. Aldres
477 I st. sw. no22-2t
v NTED l'ositton by first-class con-
lectioner and cake baker; good orna-
rnentor, liastry, fancy cakes, etc Address
4Gb llunloon Court sw. ?2ri!Jt
xv anted- Uy a sober. Industrious and
esperlenced barkeeper, a position In
hotel or restaurant. Uox. G7, HyattsviHe,
WANTED Free! Frrel Frecl Me
uianics or any kind rurnished by us;
also we havo a few men suitable Tor
drlviug a team or something similar;
best or rers. furnished. WOKKINOAIEN'S
L-IUUARY AND BUREAU OK LAHOR.
Tel.. 2GU. GOO 13lh St. nw. JI.I). SUENK,
WANTED-BJ white seamstress sew
ing in rnnitlles: good reference. Ad
flrt" SEAJISTKESS, this office. It
"WANTED Uy a colored woman place
as cook and chambermaid; can give
first-class references. Apply 418 1 st.
WANTED By respectable colored
woman place as chambermaid nDd
waitress, or to dogcneral housework. Ad
dress 1711 20th st. nw. It
WANTED-Dy young lady, position
Meiiographer, typewriter, and docket
clerk. MIS3 MARY COLE, 323 East 23d
St.. Baltimore. Aid. no23-2t
WANTED-situation as chambermaid
or nurbe. una iiu m. u. a
WANTED-By widow, mending, darn
ing, or copying to be done at home.
11111 st. n w . no23-2t
WANTED- Flaceto workonhalf time,
or bewlug with dressmaker. Call for
3 days at 132G 21st st. nw. It-cm
TVANTED-A young lady wishes posi
tion tu keep clean gentleman's office.
MIsb I... thli office. no21-3lem
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE.
A HOME FLACE Los Angeles coun
ty, Cnl., two and one-half acres, bear
ing oranges, lemons, peaches, apricots,
figs, walnuts, prunes, pears and small
fruits; hedges, vines and flowers; house,
8 rooms; large barn; chicken and dry
liousc; piped water stock over nIl;plioio
craph or place and owner, at Architect's
Drrlce. U. S. CapltoL . no23-7t
WIXjIj exchange high-grade sewing ma-
enme. best make. 65, for good
Remington or Smith I'rcm'.cr typewriter.
Gil 7Ui St. nw nqSSSt'm
FOR SALE or exchange. Tarty own
lug grocery store, doing good cash buslJ
cess, onlng lo 111 health will tradeforsmall
farm, Improved, or sell for cash; rent and
other expenses small. Address GROCERY,
Times office. no20-4t;
WANTED- Rooms where work will be
taken for rent. WORK, this office. It
WANTED-Tffo or three unfurnished
rooms; Ugnt housekeeping; slatenrlcc;
northwest preferred "FHAUMACIST." It
TOR RALlt MISCELLANEOUS.
GO CENTS -Mown: Thanksgiving home
w-ifS i,. personals. It
,.. tji.JjEcOR RENT rtniioi tl(.
liig out of renting stock of fine up
rights. Callbeforeuoniial40810i t.nw.
FOR SALE- 1'neumatlc tiro Relay '34
biocle; prlco $40, worlli 5G0. must
be sold: want cash. W. II. HEN8HAW.
Crown Lunch Room. C10 lltli st. nw. It
FOR SALE Will Iwsold this Saturday
morning, at Vealc's (Georgetown! Ba
zaar, 23 heud of horses, among nhlcli are
good workers and drivers; aUo carriagi-,
buggies, carts, and harness. F.D. VEAI.E,
FOR SALE Cheap, n good driving
man., stiiialile for buircy or light ag
on; gentle and kind, or will exchange
lor iiioii-riv r vhkx iii.u luii. .v.'t-
SITY. 230 Oak sL It
T?c-n a t.tti Letter nress. desk and
liookcaM?. Apply room 7. r.Ol T st. It
FOR SALE Hot-air Sentoi; furnace.
la good condition, with 115 II. cellar
pipe mid eight registers. Apply 321 f M
St. nw. no23-3t
FOR SA.LE-Organ. in good order:
$10 lakeii tor it If sold by Saturday.
1535 Glh st. lt
FOR SALE Fixtures and Ice !ix of
smalt gro-vry: tie.. 520: good Maud;
owner moving Into larger place; rent Tor
house and More. $13. 727 7th st. ne. It
FOR SALE-Ncw. Hatesl improved
$'.0 sewing niadilnev at hair price,
to close them out, at NEWA1AN & BON 8,
Gil 7lli st. hff, no22-2t-tm
FOR SALE A nice walnut folding
liedsieuu, with mirror; Mild cheap.
Apply at KREIG'8 EXPRESS. 122. H
st. li iv. nc2-Jt-em
FOR SALE Fruit stand; good loca
tion; owuerhns two; cannot attend to
boili. 4th niuLt'n.ave. t-e. no22-2t-em
UA.Viril "P HOU.M-Kevi.Hift A lit ..j..w..
iiigiirtu-le for sale: Fi-rlor cariiet, 5l;
folding thcrry lvdstead, French plate mir
ror, beveled. 525. 3l 5lO: UiulKg-ronm
Ulliug, ro ixirijitriui. v "v www,
pacti, 53, and 'One for 50: dlnlng-tnblc.
ic-!eaf, wnlnut, 55, cost 515. OiO I' St.
FOR SALE Very liamlMune sleigh;
piu3li trinimlngs; cost S100: never
bison useil: will sell Tor 550, or tr.ideit. Ad
dress 117 L t. niv. no22-2t
Voh SAlS-Gas engine; four-l.orso
power. into. Will be sold
at KATCI.IFFB, BUTTON & CO.'8
Auction Rooms, No. 020 IVnmi.
ave..at niKin. iSnlnnlny- no22-2t
FOR SALE Blivile In good condl
tii.o, 5J5- WALlORD'S, 477 ra. ave.
jiW; I i.22-3t
FOR SALE Groiery More on Ahe
. rner of VTioont- Jenue aii'l V sis.
nw.. no runsunabli' offer refnsil. no22-3t
FORSALE-"-1 piotlM.ind in market;
meap n Midi ai ontv. r.uu 1.0,111111
IR SALE A carriage ror s-iii at
for reiialrs that have been made on It.
FOR SA'LE--52i w.ll buy a large
mijuu ., jt.ir-old biy horse if sold at
ojvc Reason for selling, owner has 110
usi for him CHA3. LIX KINS' stable, Ulh
and O sts nw. 1102 l-3t
FOR SALE-S route on The'Tlmrs.
Addresi. ROUTE, this office. no21-3t
FOR SALE-Cheap for cash, dairy.
not a- il.irry. lunch: me of the Lest
locations in tee city. Or.I thote wM'ing
to bav need -aii. Address DAIRY. Hits
FOR SALB-J unrobe; gooifri-iLiir.
Call411 l-2GM.nw. no21-.lt
TOR SALE illSC
FOR SALE-Tobacco, cigar and lunch
,,.tT. ...ofri. sninl- ivill n-11 In llir
days for" 51 00. It nirjuody wants a bar
gain, call ItlSK'W.Ttert.t. sw. nolft-ltt-m
ORGANS.. SS3 XII.
SX DOWN- SX WEEK.
' $1 down and 51 week for aoj
organ, lu stock. Greatly induced
prices. Organs from S25 up. Best
F. G. SariTH. 1225 r. nvo. nw.
FOR SALE A inil steam launch:
Herestuotf enzlue and boiler; can bo
feen at Hitler's iieat- home.
FOR S ALE-Uest mako or Incubators,
brooder and fp:sh green bone; call
and sea tho Incubators In working order.
Bcumld's Bird and I'et Animal Stores. 713
.12th t. nw and 1221Fa.ave
WANTED I'OSTAGE STAMl'S.
"WAJPJTED DejiarUneut stamps; will
buy all kiudsaud any quantity aud pay
the I'ighest cash prices obtainable. II. F.
DUXKUORST, 1005 7lh st. nw.
180G edltTon pelage stamp nlbam3
Just recclMsl; prices, 51.50 to 540.00,
Including set or stamp, binges and cata
logue: 1803 to- lfa5 510.00, 56.00,
53.50 and 52.50 albums sold at half
price to make room for lblHS editions.
We buy col'ectlons and U. S. and foreign
stamps in any quanUtv at highest or jour
own price. 0. F. ROTHFUCHS, 35!' 1-2
Pa. uvc. no20-tf
WA?ITED A Dor orooiamodernflar:
convenient to 14th st. cur line. Ad-
res AIODEIIN FIwVT. thin office. sBIU-tt
Station cotLvr.ri of sixth and b
In nt fc-ct'Xos ember 17 . 1 805.
J.0.30 A-iM. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
1TE1) Pullman Sleeping, Dining, Smok
lng. and Observation Cars, UarrLsburg
Lojis, Cleilaud, and Toledo Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrlsbjrg
tn rtn s. . T.r. FAST LINE. Pnllman
"Bufiet Parlor Car, to Hnrrisbarg Par
lor and Dimog cars, liarrisuurg 10
HJ.OV. HT. CHICAGO AND ST LOUIS
EXPRLSh Puilnau Buffet Parlor Car
to liarrisiHirg. creeping ana uiniug uars
Harrlsbjrg to Bt. Louis, Cincinnati, Louls
illc. aud Chicago
rriO I. ,It. WESTERN EXPRESS.
i uulllitu niL.11111 L.11 10 .iiiv.uu, uiiu
it Harrisbun: to Cleveland. Dining Car to
T.XO l- SI- SOUTH-WESTERN EX
PRESS. Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars, to St Louis, aud Sleeping Car
Harrlsburg to Cincinnati.
10.40 V- SI. PACIFIC EXPRESS.
Pulltnan Slcepics Car lo Pittsburg.
7,50 A- HI- 'or Kane, CanandaTgua,
Rociiester, and Niagara Falls dally, ex
XO.30AT JVC forXlmira nr.d Rcnova,
daily, except bunday. For Wllliaiusport
daily, 3.40 p. 111.-
17.XO F 31-f or Willlainsport, Rochester,
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally, ex
cept Saturday, with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Suspension Bridge, via. Buf
falo. 10.40 F ST. for Erie, Canandalgna,
Rochester, Bulfalo, and Niagara Falls
dally. Sleeping Car Washington to El
For l'tilladelnhla, New Xork, rtrid tlio
4.00 P.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITED," dally, all Tarlor Cars. Willi Din
ing Car Jrutn Baltimore. Regular at 7.05
(Dining Car). 7.20. 0.00, 10.00 (Dining
Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car from Wil
mington) n. m.. 12.45, 3.15, 4.20, 6.40,
10.00, and 11.35 p.m. On Sunday, 7.05
(Dining Car), 7.20." 0.00. 11.00 (Dining
Car rrom Wilmington) a.m.. 12.15, 3.15,
4.20, 0.40, 10.00, and 11.35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7.50 a.
m. week-days. Express. 12.1 5 week-days,
2.01 and-0.40 p. m. dally. For Boston
without change, 7.50 a. m. week-days,
and 3.16 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, 6.25, 7.05, 7.20, 7.50, 0.00,
10.00, 10.30, 11.00, and 11.50 a. ra.,
12.15 12.45, 2.01;3.1B,3.40 (4.00 Lim
ited), 4.20. 4.36, 5.40,6.05, 6.40, 7.10,
10.00, 10.40. JJ..15, and 11.35 n. m.
On Sunday, 7.06. 7.20, 0.00, 9.05, 10.30,
11.00 n. ra., 12.15. 1.15.2.01. 3.15, 3.40
(4.00 Limited), 4.20, 5.40, 0.05, 6.40,
7.10, 10.00, 10.40-and 11.35 p. ra.
For Poiie's Creek Line, 7.20 a. m. and 4.38
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a.m., 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sun
days, 0.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantlo Coast Line. Express for Rich
mond, Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4.30
a. m., 3.46 p. ra. dally. Richmond and
Atlanta, 8.40 p. m. dally. Richmond
only, 10.57 a. m. week-days.
Accommodation Tor Quantlco, 7.45 a. m.
daily, and 4.25 p. m. week-days.
For Alexandria. 4.30. 6.35, 7.45, 8.40,
9.45, 10.57. 11.50 a. m. 12.50, 1.40,
,3.20, 4.25. 5.00, 5.37,0.15,8.02. 10.10,
and 11.39p.m. OnSunday at4.30,7.45.
9.45 a. in.. 2.45, 6.15, 8.02, and 10.10
Leave Alexandria, for Washington, C.05,
G.43. 7.05. 8.00. 9.10, 10.15, 10.28 a. m.,
l.Oo! 2.15, 3.00, 3.23. 5.00, 0.30. 6.13,
7.00, 7.20, 9.10, 10.52 and 11.08 p. m.
On Hunday at G.43, 0.10. 10.28 a. m.,
'2.15,- 5.30, 7.00, 7.20, 9.10, and 10.52
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G
streets and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where-ordcrs cdrt be left for the
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels ami residences.
S. M. PREYOST, J. It. WOOD,
Gen. Manaeer. Gen. TasseDger Agent.
4T- , "3
e sestra-M efg,si'Q,as
ron iient noons.
FOR RENT 51.50 aud $2 per weck
Nowly fur. rooms; gas, heat, bath; prr
vate family. 800 II su n w. It
FOR RENT Two rooms, second floor
one on third; fur. or unfiir.; no objection
to light housekeeping. 2503 At st- nw.
FOR RENT To a gentleman, back
parlor, nicely fur.; open grate; all
modern improvements; board If desired,
terms very reasonable. Apply after u
o'clock, 005 F st. ne. It
FOR RENT Unfurnished Back parlor
(southern exposure) with board in prl
vato family, for two persons, 537 per
moulb. For one person, 521. Will fur
nish If desired at 540 for two; 525 for oue
Addressio-i l. st. nw. it
FO R RENT 125Alass,avtMi w-Tirlgh f,
sunn; rooms for llghthousekecplng.
FOR RENT 1110 0th st. nw., one
nicely lurnisheil room; new house;
heat and gas. 57 per month. It
FOR RENT Unfurnished. 1311 11th
st. nw.. several Ioely rooms: rented
sliiEly or en suite. no22-5t
FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms,
with gas. bath and range. 510.00 per
month; two rooms, 57. lolllist. re. Pri
vate entrance. .no22-2t
RENT Three furnished rooms,
front; single or en suite. G33 N. J.
all f rout:
ave. nw., cor. u. Price, 55 and $0 per
month each. no22-3t
FOR RENT Rooms, handsomely rur
nished. wlin iHiard; three on second
floor and two on third. Call at 721 11th
St. nw. huSZ-4 1
FOR RENT FurnUhcrt second story
backroom. 55. 1137 Dllist.nw.no22-3t
FOR RENT Three iinrurnlshcil rncms.
heat and gas, 512. 50 R st. nw. no22-2t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished front
rooms, parlor with bay window and one
large room adjoining; heal, gas and bath,
terms reasonable. '.U)2Qst.nw. m21-3t
FOR RENT Unftir. Three second
rioor; large; uowly papered; 513. 20
I st. ne. no2I-3t
FOR KENT 700 II st.nw., third-floor
bjck room, ladies or gentlemen cin
ploycrt preferred. no2l-3t
FOR RENT 2 furrihed and 3 unfur
nished rooms, for housekeeping; $17
permonth;gas, bath. etc. 237Fa.ae. nw.
FOR RENT In West End Flats. 2020
h. st- nv.- ; 2irioor; 5 ro.itin; lth, rat-ge,
gas meter, coil vault, storage room; refs.
required; rent 516 nol9-7fem
FOR RENT 2d floor fur. room to
lady, with board: a. in. I.; object, com
pany; ajso largo hall room; terms reason
able. No. 6 15 I st. uc. no20-7t
FOR BENT-Several pleasant rooms
with good board, may be had on renson-
ZiVSa ,J.rni.1 at 122c K street northwest.
...wo jxisifc. juahu.n. no-u-iu
FOR RENT Two large cummunicat
log Irunt ruocis. first floor, suitable
for office or dental parlors etc.; low rent
to suilabio tenant. 47G Pa. ave. nw.
FOR RENT Elegant sullc or 2 rooni3
on 2d rioor; private bath: suitable for
member or Congress. 921 14th st. nw.
Board next door. uo21-7r,eni
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 and N. Y. ave.
H. C. Eastcrday, cor. G and N. J. ave.
Frank Smith, 4th and G nwi
A. B. McCloskey, 1312 Seventh nw.
R. W. Duffy, Ninth and N nw.
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,
Offul & Blumer, Fourteenth and U nw.
J. Louis Krick, 17th St. and Pa. Ave.
Geo. B, Lockhart, 1344 32d St , Georsjet'n.
FOR IIENT IIOOMS.
FOR RENT Funnslieil rooms A
bright, sunny, second-story furnished
room, with or without board: small, private
fannlv; ery reasonable; aIo back room,
with board, $15. Apply 917 K st. nw.
FOR RENT 912 East Capitol street,
2 large, connecting, south front, bay
window rooms; no children; vy plmnant;
all modem Improvements. ) lt"p'
FOR RENT 2 fur. rooms, Cd floor,
single or ca suite; heat aud light; a. m.
1.; new house; newly tur.; SSI and !513. "20
I st. nw. no22-2t
FOt; HEKT-1014 10th st. nw., 3 front
fur.ruoiii-: very reasonable. nol7-7t
FOR RJ3KT A flat of .1 large rooms;
all mod. Hups., on 2d floor. Address
1012 10th St. nw. noll-7t,eni
andiS: ct!3Est.nw. nol8-Gt
FOR RENT-Large, unfur. front room,
2d-floor; no other roomers. 1012 10th
FOR RENT Hoard and Rooms Two
luceG' furntshed rront rooms: comer
house; near cars and herdlcs; gentlemen pre
ferred; terms reasonable; refs. 2000 1' st.
FOR RENT Three unrurnlshed rooms
third floor, with heat, gas and bath;
very central. Apply GlGEsl,nw.nol3-tf
WANTED-To teach business arlth-mflr-ila
month. IVY INSTITUTE
BUSINESS COLLEGE, 8th and K. It
PIANO, Organ. Vocal .Music and theory
taught by J. F. GERMUILLER, Gil
I st.nw.; terms moderate. nol7-lui
nirsTinrcii I'RNMANSHIP One dol
lar a month untlljanuary. Two nights
a week, from 8 to 0. EATON, BURNETT
DURLING Business College, 12th and
F sts. nw. Ladles' Class from 3 to 4 p.m.
WOIODAUGHSIS Classes, 1328
1 st. nw., beginning November Short
hand, dictation and typewriting, Mrs.
Baldwin, of Business High School; book
ADA L. BMITH. Bnpt.
SialE. J. ESPUTA DALY.
Sight singing classes (note chain system),
Studio 11 18 New Yorkavenne.
Two lessons weekly. $20 per season.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH BTREETa,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twenty-first year opens 1UESDAT, 0
tober first. Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a refined home and a procres
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day school may be madeattcrSeptember
f if icentli. betw cen the hours or ten and ons
o'clock each morning.
MRS. ELIZABETH J.SOMERS,
WANTED 100 young people to Join
shorthand dictation classes, which are
now being formed at Wood's Commercial
College. 311 and 401 East Capitol St. at
the low rate ot S1.0Q per month. Send
for catalogue containing pictures of 84
WALTER SCOTT STETSON, teacher ot
acting, elocution, dancing. 1324 12th
WANTED-A good grocery and meat
store northwest or northeast. Address
.BUSINESS, this office, co2l-3t
FTfljEl FKEEi lltliE!
WUATT CLAIRVOYANT SITTINGS,
and card readings, by Ualee, the JCINu
lit cLilrvoyanti and card readers, his
first appearance this side of the Atlantic,
who lias ery few equals, anil can be con
sulted on all affairs of life; tells you your
friends and enenilesvnnd gives you advice
regarding anything you want to know.
Gives you good lucK FRED OP CHARGE,
and none in ironhleiivill be turned away
without being liehied' and made, happy.
Come one; come nil, and bring your friends
and (ell Iheiu of I1ALEE and his wonder
ful powers. I 'eharsopu for my time.
Rates: in mlmrlcs- costs 23 cents; In
that time .you cuil get a. card rending. 25
minutes costs CO cents; In that lime you can
li.ne a good c::liro'vi:t Mitiug. I am
not herein ltogether,tp make money, but
here to be strictly liovlcst lit my business,
and to do good to.tlig. people who call
on me at 80ti II slnjjtjnonliv.est. Houry,
. a. m. to !i p. in.ffiift", except Sunday.
Lilly Inatteimance.JiJ S nn2;-Jt
vo . 'IxiU.EisfcBmaiicntly 1m a in I
nt71 1 V st. sw.Jt-Jn lie consulted daily
011 nil tlie affairs olyite'. those III trouble
don't delay; have tuejfiinlt'rtmovcd; get
help; It can lie riuiiciyiijles the separatcsl,
und never is known to fall; gives luck;
removes all pain by magnetism; cures
spells; finds treasures: lucky numlxrs and
Idles. Will come to yo'ir house and dress
rooms for lurk aud good-bus!ncs. I'ec, 51
Always al home. - nov23-2t
CO CENTS down; new credit system;
lace curiam, portieres, rugs, table
linen, blankets, (iuilts.--t.ible aud piano
covers, china illnncr'uid toilet tets, silver
pin led ware, banquet lamps, onyx tables,
clocks, window shade's, albums, etc. Send
postal. Will bring salnples. NORTHEAST
CREDIT HOUSE, 1210 II st. lie. Open
till 0 p. in. t. It
CHEAP Printing. Ilurlness carcU, 51
Ikt 500. WILLIAMS, liookbllider;
HERON, printer, 013 10 7lh st, 11 w.
suffering n lilt chronic rl.eamatlsm and
nervous nilmenls sjicedlly rured hv Mme.
Colford, 1210 F st. nw. Hours. 10 a. m.
lo 0 p. in.; Sunlays,2Jo 6 p. m. It
A CONIINDRmi?--"Whai Washing
touuinsAre I.Ike a Hidden Belt?" Ex
plained hv Paslor 15. Hez Swem Sunday
night. 7:30 o'clock. Free pews. It
MME. TELL. 508 1-2 13lh st. nw.
is now prepared ti lake rases or every
ilesrrlntioii; slltings daily; hours, 10 to 7
Fee. 51. lt
PJKOFESSIOMAL iiiiuwigtC Parties
fauficrlug wan cl.n;iic rheumatism and
nervous alluu-nts spcsslily cured bv Aline.
Colford. 1210 F st. nw. Hours, 10 a, m.
toOp.rr.. .Sundays. 2 to 5 ji.ru.
MOKEYil Madfline Ealrd. Ir Airs.
L. J. Vnl-squcr. Piiird will write to
"ATTORNEYS." this ofrice. she will learn
or money due her Haste. nu22-3t
IF J'ou sang tenor for Sob a minute you
would be "hoi sturf:" it will compen
sate you to see those splendid suits and
iMTCoats. "almost new." we are selllrc
rrn eoi.g. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. (519 I)
st. nw. r.ol9-7t
F1KSTCLAHS iiiectianlcs can be
wtunsl nt GuO 13th st. nw. Paper-
Ikirgers, painters, briilg-f and ctruclural
iron workers, carpenten,, lathers, olasier
er.an I laboring men orany kind. Wt'lIK-ING1IEN-S
LlldtARY AND Hl'REAU OF
LABOR, 000 13th st. nw. Telephone 60.
M. D. tfHENK. Clirk. no5-tf
M. McNulty, 1336 Fourteenth nw.
H. Hag-e, 2153 Pa. ave. nw.
' Daniel D. Mulcahy, N. Cap. and I sts.
J. E. Voodford, Fifth and II ne.
"A. P. Geicr,7l3th and H ne: "
J. W. Johnson, 49 H ne.
W. F. Mackaj, 821 H ne.
Hoyle & Co., Fourth and East CapitoL
F. P. Weller, Eighth and I se.
Thomas A. Dobyns, Second and Pa. ave.
k Joseph Linden, 406 Eig-hth se.
Joseph Petifjnat, 609 Seventh sw.
W. "W. Hall, jr., 722 A st. sw.
"W. D. Brace, 30th and M sts., Georget'n.
J. W. Jennings, 1142 Conn. Ave. N. W.
CHEISTMAS will Foon be here,
when you will want to give some presents
to lriends or relations. Nothing is Eo
acceptable as Jewelry. George D. Horning,
Room a. Central Building, sells the finest
cruaiity of watches and diamonds on weekly
or monthly payments. OnedoIUra week
will biy you it handsome watch, and you
will never fcsl the espeiue. Order one
at ..ice and j on wlllb"gladwhcnClirlstmas
i,.!! . CENTRAL BClLllIf.it.
i.iiit Iorget the place It's at the
corner or Ulh and the .euue. It's where
you can gtt the finest jewelry on weekly
or monthly pajments. Provide our
Mlf for Christmas, vim uill not feci a
small weeklv payment. Onn 'till 8 enr.j
evening. GEO. D. HORNING. It i
r.iAE. BROOKE tells all the. linn.
or lire; all IU'stncs eonf.dentlal; ladies
and gentlemen, 00 rents each: hours ! a.
m. to !i p. in. COS New "fork ave. uw-,
near Glh st. no5-l-lt
DR. TAXLOR. 0G F st.nw.. makM
fui'. sets ot teeth for $3; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. SI: amalgam. riOc. se4-tt
ailvlE. ESTBbLB t Its all events of
life; gives advice la domestic troubles:
strictly confidential: and heals all kinds
of sores, the latter tor ladles onlv: hours.
8 a. m. to 10 p. m. 913 19th st. nw.
PROF. CLAY Is the oldest r-ra nitshed
advertising clairvoyant; consult him on
business, marriage, love, lostor stolen prop
erty; tells who arc ycur enemies: how to
avoid them and oicrcoroe all tronbles
brings separated together and causes
epcedy marriage with one you lme; by
proper advice removes evil influences
and spells; slltings BO cents; no charges
for sitting unless satisfied; hours, 10 to 9;
open Sunday. 480 U St., bet. 4 1-2 and 6th
Bts. sw. cc24-tf,cm
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe nnd sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
eta Separate looms for patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
for Infants if required. Strictly conf Iden
UaL MRS. DH. BENNER. 16 Fourth st
ne.. near E. Capitol st ', Washington. D. O.
J. T. W ALKERSONS. 204 lOthstj
dw.. carpet lining, felts. lire brick nnd
eiay. asoes tos. paints, brusne"- unie, cement,
two and three-ply roofing mateTia.apr21-tt
PROFESSIONAL massage. Parties
e.ufleriug wtu chronic rheumatism and
nervous ailments speedily cured bv Mme.
Colford, 1210 F st. nw. Hours. 10 a. in
to 0 p. in.: Sundays, 2 to G n. m.
MONEY WASTED AMU TO LOAJT.
TT. TC. FULTON'S Jnn office, 1818
Pa. ave. nw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew
elry, silverware, ele,' special bargains in
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. auO-ofa
MONET to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
One urs louurance policies: no delay.
YrAlKV.k A bak!e
40 fo 46A'eUcrottBldg
BOAHDING-01S Sixth st. nw.; table
board $4 per week.. no22 6t
A gentleman nnd wife, occupying a
pleasant suite ot rooms on Grant place
nw., would like two or (hrco table board
ers; everything clean; .wholesome, and
homelike; nice people 'only. Address Box
28. this office. - no21-3t
ONE Dollar per dajr. The Templar, 207
Pa. avenue nw.' IWarm rooms and
excellent board. $4 to $6 per week.
UONET TO LOAN in largo rums,
or ns low- as Tl.uoo. nt 6 and 6 pst
rent on D. O. real estate: also $2M. 5500
5750. etc. at J per cent WM. H. 8AUN
DEKS A CO.. 1407 F su nw
MONEY TO LOAN All rlasses ot
real estate loans msds wlthjirornptncss
tcurcntratcs THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY. cor
ner loth and U streets nit. m9-tf
WANTED The loan of $8,000 on f Irst-
cioss uittiue property; bo osents. iiw
MONEY to loan at 5 and o per cent.
on uiairict 01 coiumnia xeui(7; w uoumj
if securltr Is aatlsfactorr.
WALTER II ACKER.
704 14lh nw.
FOIt IlISN'f HOUSES.
FOR RENT 75 L st. nw., two-story
brick; b rooms and l.alli; in. I.: In good
condition. &17.30. Annlv within or to
A. G1RONARD, 110 lOih 8t. ne. no23-3t
FOR RENT 1238 Duncan st, ne., 7
rooms; all mod. Imps.: nearly new;
515-10- JOHN W. MORRIS, 014 F St.
FOR RENT 2622 IC st. nw , pressed
brick; bay window front; 0 rooms and
bath; nil mod. Imp ; largeyardsand closets;
reduced rent Key 2820 K st
FOR RENT New. excellent condition,
8-room; large parlor; a. ra I.: cellar,
furnace, stationary wushtubs, drying flat,
back alley: cars pan door. 906 lltli st
se.; 522; key at 000 uol9-7tem
FOR RENT 1431 N. J. nve. nw., 1
rooms and bath; bay window, press
brick front; nlco cunilltlon; all modern
improvements; only 524, If taken at onre.
I . A T I M ERA N K.s HIT. 1 32 1 U St. nol7-7t
FOR SALE Uut under parcel delivery
wagon, 2o; also large covered wagon.
Sfr, lti-ir 4 42 M St. nw. It
, iU f.owu; TLanksgivlug home
te personsls. It
...ur .nl nr.iod nnfl rnk'C at the
luiup. 3d and K St. ne., telephone No.
742: coal 54.f-0 per Ion. r.o22-2t-em
IY your coal. wood, and coke at the
dump, 821 K st. ne., lelephoueNo. 742;
I 54.50 per ton. no22-2t
CANCERS .cured without the knife;
O st. nw. CHARLES ALLEN, M. D.
FASHIONABLE dressmaker, late
ori'lilladc-lphla ond New York, desires
first-class work; terms reasonable. AlKa.
HARltlNGTOX. 42b H at. n w. no!9-7t
HATS trimmed or retrlmmea. Parisian
btylc, CO cents. 023 E sunw. Upstairs.
A nIT KEfKIYED line lot young On
tian p.irrcvi.. geamnKcsl te talk: also
mnnkes. canaries, moc.-lng birds, gold
fbh. dogs, and fat-y pigeons bCHJHD 8,
712 12tti st nvf.. brancb 1221 Pu. uvo.
GUNS. Rules. Revolvers, loading tools
hunters outfits. T-ntches. Jewelry,
guitars, rloflns. banjos, niandolius. staliout
one-half regular dealer' prices at PAWN
EHOP. No. 11)09 E su nw. ocl-Cmo
LOST 10th, Brown Scotch Terrier
pjp; collar. Belle; suitable reward.
1212 Al su nw. It
LOST SS REWARD Half grown col
lie, one light, blue eye: one brown;
white face and breast. Answers to name
of l'rince; no collar or tog. Finder please
reiuru lo 3107 1' streit northwest and re
ceive reward. It
WANTED-Well located Ilverv stable;
'v lowitiou and price. EARNEST,
r' t -fi -,. it
.i .. 'XSOJJG'S Magnetic Trans
mitter applied externally, strength
ens the nervous system and beautifies the'
skin. Conn see the buds of another spring
time bursting through these once old fur
rowed cheeks. Price, on Mondays, 43
cents a mug. mug 5. Furnace, range, la
trobe, and work on delective riues so
lleited. 1214 4th st. nw. It
WA7TEp-A child to board by white
limy. Call or address 133G 4 1-2 st.
WANTED Horse, harness and top
wagon on installment plan; horse must
be sound and genlle. Address TEAM, this
WANTED To buy small sccond'hand
cash register In gotKl order. Address
CASH REGISTER, this office. no21-3t
WANTED Girls to ce sclf-snpportlng:
married ladies to lessen dressmaking
bills by learning to cut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school. 718 12tb
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAE3 TREK
Ab chare only tor pslntta'!-work-asrsatas
NAT. RUBBER HOOF TAINT CO. lOU Sta UW
FOR SALE ROUSES.
FOR SALE-A bargain 307 Elm St.,
Le Droll Park, 7-ronm brick, with bath
and fine cellar; terms to suit. Address or
call on owner, 027 E St. ne. no23-3t
FOR SALE On Mass. nve.; elegant
residence. Just completed; frontage
of 25 feet: 10 rooms; double parlor; beau
tiful dining room (25 by 17), butler's
pantry, 2 fine bath rooms and servant's
closet; heated by latest hot-water system,
with Thcruastadt attachment; all or latest
Improvements; a heautirul house. Terms
easy. J0UNB. WIGHT, 1410 Gst.
FOR SALE A handsome residence on
NT II. au'., near M Bt., 2 feet front:
8 rooms, and modern improvements; will
sell for 57,000 If soldprevious to December
1. ROSENBERG & COMPANT, 604 E st
nw., Real Estate, Insuranceand Lean Brok
ers. nol 7-19-21-23
FOIl SALE-COUIN-THY PROPETtTT.
FOR SALE On very easy terms,
from l to o miles from Washington;
20 acres adjoining Arlington Heights, on
Alt. Vernon Electric railroad; also several
tracts containing from I acre to 100 acres;
Improved and unimproved; also 34 acres
to be sold at auction near Arlington on
December 4. The attention of government
employes, mechanics, investors, specula
tors, and business men generally, is called
to my large list ot suburban and farm
property. Call for my.map of country,
25 miles around the District, and large
list of property for sale: free to all callers;
also building lots for SI per week. Now
Is the time to buy: property shown free
oi cnarge. wflLH xi, uurMiwtD,
1321 F st. nw.
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
corner Ninth and D streets northeast,
pastor, E. B. Bagley. will preach at 11
u. .., oui.jrci, oiiiKiciii-33 ui ucoii, uiu
at 7:30 p. rn. an evangelistic meeting, liap-
uwu ui. evcnuig scrvico. ,.
FIFTEENTH STREET M. E. CHURCH
Church, Fourteenth street, near K. Preach
ing 11:15 a. in. and 7:30 p. ra., by pastor,
Rev. W. W. Tan Arsdale. Bunday School
2:30 p. in. Eiiworth League 8:30 p. m.
GRACEM E.CHURCH Corner Ninth and
S streets l.orilnvest. Rev. Watson Case,
pastor. 11 a.m. Rermon by the pastor on
"Grading in Ihe Kingdom of Christ." 7:30
p m. services by Rev. Isaac Clark, A.M.
of Howard University. Theme, "Without
Ood in the World." Thanksgiving services
nextThurnUyst 11a.m. HermonbyRev.J.
E. Gilbert. II. I). Revival services nightly.
THE EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN
northeast. Rev. Thomas Chalmers Easton,
"Individual and Inspired Leadership," and
at 7.30 p. ra. Subject, "Romanism The
Celltucy or Romish Priests." The best
music will be rendered. Bunday School ac
9:30 a. ra. Y. P. 8. C. E. Juniors at, 3
p m. Keillors at 0:30 p. m. Strangers,
especially Roman Catholics, are corulally
invited. Pastor's residence, 308 Seventh
11ROOKLAND Al. E.CHURCH Kev. Wm.
H. Chapman, pastor. Sunday School al 10
a in. Preaching by the pastor at 11:30 a.
in. 8ervicesat7:30p.m., conducted by the
Epworth League. Prayer service on Wed
UNITED UltETHRllN IN CHRIST SIEM-
ORIAL CnURCH Corner R and North
Capitol streets. Rev. J. E. Fcut, pastor.
Preachlug at 11 a. m.and 7:30 p. in., by
Rev. J. T. Spacgler, or Hagcrstown, Md.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Junior Christian
Endeavor 3 p. m. Y. P. 8. C. E. C:30 p.
m Strangers welcome.
HAJILINE M. E. CHURCH. Ninth nnd
P streets northwest. Rev. E. 8. Todd,
D. D.. pastor Sunday-school, 0:10 a. m.;
preaching by the pastor, lla. ra., subject,
"The Righteous in Everlasting Remem
brance;" 7:30 p. in., subject. "The Ninety
aud Nine;" Epworth League, 6:16 p. m.;
Tuesday, consecration; Thursday, church
prayer meeting. 7:30 p. m.: Thanksgiving
services. Thursday. November 28, 11 a.
m.; come and worship with as.
CHURCH OF OUR FATHER, rorncr.
Thirteenth and L streets northwest Serv
ices at lla. m. aud 7:30 P. m.; Sunday
school. 9:45 a. ra.; Young'People's Union,
G:30 p. m.; Rev. A. O. Rogers. D.D.. pastor;
n. in.. "Lights Along Ihe Shore;" p. m.,
"The fourth In the present scries of Illus
trated sermons on tho Old Testament,
subject, "Closing Scenes In the Life of
Jacob, to the Exodus from Egypt." A
feature of this service will me illustra
tions of those beautiful hymns. "Abide
with Ale," and "Shall Wo Uatiier at tho
River." All seats open to the pubhe.
Sl'lRITUALIBAl, Aletzerott Hall, every
Bunday Lyceum or Sunaay'-RChbol, 10
a. m.; lecture. 11:30 a. m. and 7;30 p. in.;
Harrison I). Barrett, speaker, and Edgar
W. Emerson, will follow each lecture with
spirit communications; last Sunday this
sea-oil or these two eminent advocates of
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCIU,423 G .street.
nortuwefci jtev. iex. Jieui, pastor, win
peak at 11:15. on "Am.i Aly Brother's
Keeper?" Sunday-school and ethical
class at 10:15. Scats free; all welcome,
PASTOR E. HEZ SWEil' EXPLAINS A
conundrum: "What Washlngtonlatis Arc
Like a Hidden Belt?" Bonday night. 7:30
oc. Preaching at 1 1 a. m.byjhe pastor.
Free pewB; all Invited. Second Baptist
Churcn auditorium. Fourth .street, and
Virginia avenue southeast.
ANNIVERSARY SERSIONTho thlti
tlelh anuivn-sary of the Independent Order
of Good Templars will lie commemorated
in the Metropolitan SI. E. Church, tomor
row oeulng at 7:35 p. m., by, .sermon
from the pastor. Rev. Dr. Johnston. All
the lodges will be represented and the
commodious church will no doubt be filled.
JIcKENDREE Jl.E. CHURCH Massachu
setts avenue between Ninth and Tenth.
Dr. L. T. Wldcrman pastor, fipeclal evan
gelistic services by tier. Pror. and Mrs.
Palmer Stanton, recently from England,
on Sabbath and every evening during the
week, Thurdav and Saturday excepted.
9:30 Mrs. Stanton will address the Sab
bath school; 11 Tror. Stanton will speak
on "Why the World Is Not Saved;" 730
addresses by Prof. and-JIrs. Stanton on
"The Present Resurrection." Airs. Stanton
will sing with harp accoinpanunent. Spe-
ciai music oy moms cnuir ami orcueaira,
and Human Brotherhood," by Air. George
M. Coffin, president of tho B. B. T. B., on
Sunday evening, 21th Inst., at 8 o'clock,
at Aletzerott Hall (small), entrance on F
Btreet. Take elevator. Regular meeting on
Thursday evening, 28th Inst., subject,
"l'oga." Both free. Public In vited.
AIT. VERNON PLACE II. E. CHURCH
South, corner Ninth and K ITorthwcst. Is
w. earner pastor- i-reacning ac ii a. in.
by Rev. Homer Sherman; 730 p. m. by
Rev. V.". S. Hammond; Sunday school at
9:30 a. rn.
GOOD TEMPLARS. ATTENTION The
order Is invited to attend the services at
Metropolitan Al. E. Church tomorrow even
ing at 7:30, when the pastor. Rev. Hugh
Johnston, D. II., will deliver a sermon in
connection with the celebration of the'
thirtieth anniversary of the order. Meet
at 7 o'clock In the parlors. Entrance. from
C street. Wear bad ges.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Corner Tenth and G streets northwest.
Rev. S. M. Newman. D. 1., pjtor. The
pator will preach at 11 a-rn.and.7;30p. tn.
Evening sermon, next illustrated sermon
upon the "Life or Christ." Alusic Oy quar
tet and chorus, led bv Dr. Ilj sell" ir. organ
ist. Sunday school, 030 a. m.; Temper
ance Legion, 3 p.m.; Christian Endeavor,
030 p. in. Thanksgiving service Thursday,
11 a.m. Preaching by pastor.
FOURTH PRESlll'TERIAN CHURCH
Ninth street between G and 11 streets
northwest. Rer. Joseph T. Kellv pastor,.
Preaching by the pastor at 1 1 a- in.; Sab
bath school at 030 a. in.; Y. P. S..C.. fl
at 030 p. m.; Home Mission praise serv
ice or the Women's Allssliinarx !"Clr,T at
730 p. m. Addresses by AIi- Pond, who
has labored among the Zunt Indi.itis.andby
several others. Union Thanksgiving service
Thursdav at 11 a. in. Sermon by Rev.
George O. Little. D. P. ' ' "
CONGRESS STREET METHOHI&Xl'RO
TESTANT CHURCH Thirty-rirt street
between Al and N. Uev-.Ur Walter R.
Graham pastor. Sabbath services, 11 a.
m. and 730 p. in.; Sabbath school l:30i
Christian Endeavor 030 p. in. Thanksgiv
ing service Thursdav. 1 1 a. in.
FAITH CHAPEL M, between Four-nnd-a-half
and Sixth -Mtrcetg soclu-wcst.
Rev. Edward Warren, pai-lor- Residence,
G23 G street soulhwenu Service" Sundjy
lla. in., subject, "The Commandments. '
Kunilav-chool, 3 p. m- Senior C. E.
Society, G:30 p. in- Special Thanksgiving
service, 7:30 p. m. Abilhers' meeting,
Tuesdnv. 1:30 to 3 n. m. Junior C. E.
Society, Wednesday, nan p.m Gratltude.Lfe
meeting. lUlup.iu. i-rcaimiiKui ix-iiiuiij,
Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sc5Vluc-a."laio! ati-'aith
and Bethany Chapels, on Saturday, 11
a. in. to 1 p. in. Straogtr3rfindJ'j(sltors
welcomed at every service.
""VERMONT AVENUE" "CHRISTIAN
CHURCH Pastor, r. D. Power, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Ecnmg tnpicr'"Tlie
church and the sahsm." funday-school,
0:30; mission, 3:30: C. E-.TGHIG; '.Chanlis-i
giving service, Thursday, lla. ni., subject,
"The home." All welcormsw ---..
CHURCH OF OUR rATHERThlttecnUi.
and Lstreetsnorthwest. Rev. Henry Con
den, thebllnd veteran, oneTof the candidates'
for the chaolalncv of the next House of
Representatives, will be present. atJhe,;
cnitrcn ot uur l-niner, ounuay morning,
and assist Dr. Rogers In the service...,. , ,
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCn 11
a. m. service, witli sermon by Rev. Adolos
Allen, subject: "The Greatest Preacher."
Sunday school at 0:30 a: in. Junior C- E.
at3p. m. Senior C.E. at 6:1 5 p.m.
DO VOVS Ytofl
If so, sign this coupon and send it to
THE TIMES, where it will be added to a
monster petition to be presented to Congress.
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rim are. paying twice what you should.
WESTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
S,.7.,.r,'l,.?bov Nineteenth. Rev. Howard
William Earns, pastor. Brotherhood Bible
class. 10 a. rn. "Crowntng Graces," ner
raon by pastor, 1 1 a.m. CtirisdanEndeiivor,
0:30 p. m. Responsive choral service,
7:30 p. m., memorial to the late Samuel P.
Smith, D. D., author of "America." Brief
sermon by the pasior, -God in America."
Chorus choir will render anthems and lead
the congregation In other compositions ot
the dead poet- Public Invited. Wednes
day, 8 p. m., last in course of Illustrated
lectures by the pastor on "Lake Chaiu-
Slaln, the Adirondack Wilderness and Au
able Chasm." Thursday, 11 a.ui Thanks
giving service. Friday, 7:30 p. m., prepara
tory service. Lord's Day morning, Decem
ber 1 , sacrament of the Lord's i - - r
R1LAND M. E. CUURUU.-o.it. ... tu..
Bunday-fcchool; 11 a. ra., by pastor. Rev.
8. M. Hartsock, D. D., "Beulah Land;"
3 p. m., praise and testimony inciting;
0:30 p. m., Y. P. 8. C. E.; 7:30 p.
m.. special revival services, conducted by
Airs. Lizzie B. Smith, continued every night
during the week. You are invited. Spe
cial meeting each day at 2:30 p. m. An
all-day meeting November 28. Thanks
AIARYLAND AVENUE Lai lidT
Church, near the corner of Slarykiud ave
nue and Fourteenth street northeast
Preaching by the pastor. Eov.N. C. Kayior.
a5 i.'-o;; ID ana 7-so P- m-; m We school
at 9:30 a. m.; Y. P. 8. C. E. at G:30
P. m.; teachers meet for the study of tho
aunday-scnool lesson on Thursday at
G:.lOp.ra.;church prayer meeting Thursday
at 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to
atbLh'l these services. Baptism at tho
closi of the Sunday evenimr srrSr
IHE BRETHREN-Preatmug uu ,
day. 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.. at 31G
Pennsylvania avc-uuo noutheast; Bible
cliool at 9:45 a. m.; song service ar 7
p. m. Everyliody welccme: r .
CENTRAL M. P-CUURCH-Twi".!!! and
N streets nortnwest. preaching by the
Castor, Kev. 8. J. Smllh, at 11 a. m. and
.:30 p. m. Sunday school, 9.30. C. E.,
0:30 p. m. Thanksgiving sermon. Thurs
day, 10:30 a. m. Sunday school social
EPIPHANY CHAPEL Twelfth and O
streets southwest. Iter. A. M. Hilliker,
minister in charge. HoIycoramunlon.b.OO;
Sunday school,030;mornlng service, 11 00;
evening service, anniversary sermon for
Brotherhood of St. Andrew. 7:30.
FAITH M. E. CHAPEL Bowen road, D.
C, Sunday, November 24, will bededlcated.
All day services commencing at 10 a. in.
Addresses by Dr. Wilson, Dr. Bailey. Dr.
Wright and others. Ail are welcome. Rev.
A. 0. Harrison, pastor In charge.
ALL SOULS' CHURCH UNITARIAN
Corner Fourteenth and L streets north west.
Sermons by Rev. Leslie W. Sprague, pastor
or the Second Unitarian Church, San Fran
cisco, Cal. Subject ror the morning, at 1 1
o'clock, "Prayer Without Words." Sub
ject for theevening, at 7:30 o'clock. "Jesuj
the Way to God.' Bunday school and
unity study class at 9:45 a. m. Young
People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Ail am
NOR'tH CAPI'lOL M. E. CHURCH Rev.
Cbas. 8 . Pate, pastor. 9:30 a. m., Sunday
School: lla.m- Thanknrlvlnir sermon: 3 v.
jn.. Junior League; G:30 p. m.. Epwortn
iiriii, i:w p. m., Eermon 10 tne rirsi
Regiment Uniform Rank Knights of
Pythias. Col. Harrr Cccr-lns commanding.
rtH members or the order invited to attend.
urana razar in lecture room Novemoex
.18 to 29.
UNITARIAN CHURCH Service oa
Capitoj U11I at 7:30 p. in, in the new
Ma sonlcTeraple, corner Pennsylvanlaavcnua
and Fourth street southeast. Discourse by
Rev. Alex. Kent on "Our Father Who Art
In Heaven," the first of a series on "Tha
Lord's Prayer." Mr. B. W. Beebe win
conduct the singing, and Mr. William K em
ball will give a solo. All welcome.
Rev. Dr.McLean.rrom Boston, will lecturs
free on Sunday In the hall at 707 G street
and Infidelity," at 3:30 p. m., "Hypno
tism and Crime.1' At 7:30 p. m., "Irmnor
talltyortheSouL" "Dr. McLean Is a finished scholars
All are welcome.
SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Thanksgiving sermon will be delivered by
the Rev. Mr. Skelllnger at the Sixth Presby
terian Church, corner Sixth and 0 street!
southwest, Sunday, November 24, at 7:30
TTAX TED TIP I'SES.
WANTED partof house whereowner
wUliake board. BOARD, this office. It
WANTED-House of about 7 rooms;
all m. l.: within easy reach II- H.
Hemplcr, optician, Gth and Pa. ave. Ad-drt-ss
box 25. this oince. ni21-3t
FOR BENT-SUH UJIBAX.
FOR RENT $22; In suburb; l rooms
and tutb, a. m.L;concrctecellar; porches,
large lot. stable, etc., one and one-half
squares rrom cars. Address OWNER, this
office, half hour to District buildings.
FOR BENT-Suburban, atBrookland,
IT. CT, 2 blocks from cars, 7-room frame;
cellar, bath and attic; latrobe, range: hot
and cold water. Inquire I. S.UOLLIDGB.
care Saks & Co. Eol6-lw!c
FOR RENT STAIILES .
FOR RENT Large two-story brick
stable, room for 4 horses and 3 car
riages; hay-loft and feed-room; also largo
nice bed-room; all fur $10 a mo., 217 I st
FOR RENT Possession December 15,
a fine stable, 25x0 feet, two apart
ments; every convenience; five stalls, with
plenty of room for more: adjacent to 900
Eleventh st. se., where apply;, can rent
connected eight-room dwelling on rront
Btreet if desired. nolS-7t
Ialali Lewis Arretted nnd Acciim
tlons Le eled nt Pullceiinin Flyim.
Iiali Lewis, colored, analteged" capper,"
was arreted yesterday by Policeman
Flyun on the charge ot vagrancy. He was
acqjitled of this, and on Ieavlag the
court room, said to the policeman who
bad arrested him: "You are the meanest
white man in tho city," for whiih riynn
rearrested hira aud JudgeKlmballadjudEcd
him guilty of disorderly conduct and took
bis personal bunds.
Directly after this. Lawyer Holland,
who had defended Lewis, with several
other colored lawyers, preferred a cl.arga
bt conduct unbecoming an officer, agaiust
Policeman Flynn. It is probab'e that
Flyun will face the trial board within a
Lewi was arrested by Policeman Flyna.
the guardian of the halls of Justice, because
ho had informed the defendant in a caso
before the court that lie could get her a
lawyer for $5. The woman informed Flynn
about it. aud he promptly made the arrest
and filed a charge ot vagrancy against his
All ot the colored attorneys and most of
the white ones In the neighborhood packed
Ihe room when the ease was called. The
.woman. Policeman Flynn, and Warrant
Clerk Washburn testiiieu as to tne iaeis
-In the case and the character ot tho man,
but Judge Kimball did not think the vag
Tancy cae was well made out aul dis
' On passing from tho room Lewis turned
to riynn and used the language already
trioted. Mr .Pngh made a vigorous speech,
lu which he attacked the class ot people to
which he charged Lewis belonged-
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