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THE MOBMSTfium-MES, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 189T.
Now for tlie
Next Sunday will be the day of all days in
Most everybody will appear in new spring
finery baby brother sister mother father
You men folks will be smarter dressed than
ever before and the cost will be considerably less.
We hare gathered a stock that you men of
fashion can fairy revel in and the prices will
please you as much as the stock.
The combined force of our ' 'manufacturing
facilities" and ready cash has had its effect on
"price" and the true meaning of "high-grade
clothing at fair prices" is shown by the match
less spring stock which we now submit for your
We are showing about 15 styles in our $7.50
grade of Men's Suits and if there ever was a
chance to save, it's right in these $7.50 suits.
They're not reduced from $10 but theyre
nevsrtheless $10 suits.
They're made of pure wool fabrics substan
tially trimmed carefully cut and tailored and
they'll give as much satisfaction as the .best $10
suit you ever wore.
The patterns are varied plaids mixtures
and plain blues and black just as you want.
$10--$12 $15 SIS and $20 are the next
grades and every suit shows a substantial sav
ing by virtue of doing the making ourselves.
1411 Tenna Ave Adj. Willard's Hotel
TREATS ALL FORMS
OF CHRONIC DISEASES.
He Accepts No Fee Unless
He Is Absolutely Sure
IE GAfti CORE.
Those who ore being imposed upon by
high-rce doctorb should beai m-niiiid that
Dr. Walker charges the exceptionally low
We think we have two styles at $7.50 that
are as good in every way as the $10 ones at oth
And a silk-lined one at $12.50 that is the equal
of any $15 coat in the city.
Including: All fledrcines.
surFnitims from brain or ner
vous DISEASES, 1SLOOD POISON, OR
ANY. AFFECTION OF THC URINARY
ORGANS, LOST VIGOR, NIGI1T EMIS
SIONS. UNNATURAL. DRAINS, VARI
COCELE, HYDROCELE, OATAKRH,
ASTHMA, -BRONCHITIS, CONSTIPA
TION, OR AN!' DISEASE OF THE NOSE,
THROAT, OR LUNGS, SHOULD CON
SULT DR. "WALKER AT ONCE.
Daily oifice hours, 10 a. in. to u p. in.
Moiuluy, Wednesday, Thursday, and Satur
day, till 8 p. m. Sunday, 10 to 12 m.
JSar-COXSCIrATION FHKI3. 92-
X'MEETIN&"tho8tocUiToluer of tho
Washington Safo Deposit Company will
bo held on Friday, April 2a. IS07, for
the purpose of electing nine directora
Tho polls will be open at 12 m. and close
at 1 o'clock p. m. SAM CROSS, Secre
tary and treasurer. mh-d-2Gtm
CITIZENS toi iTAHLB UUILDING AS
SOCIATION, OF GEORGETOWN. D. C.
CORNER 31ST AND M STREETS,
Books ate now open for subscription to
the stock or Uio Citlzuiib' Equitable Build
ing Associution, of Georgetown, D. 0.,
Advances are made to stockholders on
the second .Monday of each mouth. No
Assets $231,900 58
Liabilities 200,703 22
tfurplusfund 531,287 30
S. THOMAS BROWN, President.
EDGAR FRISBY, V. President,
C P. WILLIAMS , Secretary.
iDUAR P. BERRY, Treasurer.
Of course you'll want a new hat what'd
Easter be without one.
Don't forget "our famous $3 grade" you
save a dollar, on every one.
New faster Neckwear Shirt's and Gloves
probably you'll want 'em all.
The new spring stock of Colored Manhattan
Shirts has arrived and there isn't a store in
Washington that shows a bigger line than we do.
A new line of $1 Plaid Shirts just opened,
are the best you've ever seen for the price.
If you're going to spend Easter Sunday
awheel you'll be interested in our triple-twisted
Scotch wool "bike" suits at $5 and $6 and all
wool striped sailor collar sweaters at $1.
Corner 7th and E Sts. N. W,
No Branch Store in Washington.
A New Stiddlo for Bicyclists.
Bicycle riders have hnd introduced to
their notice the "Moore saddle. It lias
been pronounced by riders and physicians
to be the most perfect ever produced.
The objections to saddles In geneial use
are many At present theie Is no Middle,
which can be uhed by any rider v. ith rase
and comfort. It Is necessary to try sad
dle after saddle, and in the end the lider
accept3 one which does not suit, but be
cause Itis thebest one thatcan be had. The
reason is readily apparent, and it Is that
many saddles on the market are faulty
both In construction and principle All
saddles which use two pads are objection
able because the pads become hard and
caky; also, the pads generate heat; also,
there Is no way of ventilating, and In hill
climbing the tendency Is to Midi! forward
on to the peak, which is below the level of
the pads and does not form tho abutment
which-is absolutely necessary, find the
pads do not wear well and lose their
"The Mooic" saddle consists of a trans
verse support which is connected to the
usual sent post of the machine; two clumps
surround the support; two flatbprings arc
carried by the clamps, and to the ends of
the spriugs are connected the cantles and
adjusting deices, to which are secured
the two tops made of leather The saddle
Is of ornamental and attractlveappen ranee;
It can be easily applied and adjusted to any
sized machine. By reason of its n.huy
adjustment, it cau be adapted to any slzo
or formed rider. It places the weight
directly upou the pellc bones, removing
all pressure, insuring perfect case and com
fort, and preventing injurious effects; It
insures perfect ventilation; smooth and easy
riding; can be adjusted and take up slack
or make the saddle soft -or hard; uud,
in fact, overcomes every objection and will
perfectly adapt itself to all ridera
Tlie Golf Tournament.
The tournament of the Washington Golf
Club was brought to a close yesterday by
the clghteeu-hole handicap medal match.
This event was won by Mr. Boardman, of
this city, who made the round in the un
usual score of 8 3 strokes. Mr. Boardman,
therefore, becomes the owner of ttie cup
offered by tin, club for the event.
'he store zvherc your money is on call when you -jjant it.
For Your Easter Suit.
Come tomorrow for your own and your Boy's Suit for Easter. Don't
leave the matter until the last minute, for you'll be better pleased to select
at your leisure than when the rush is on. We are going to present the Boys
with a genuine Spalding Bat and Ball, or a Catcher's Glove free with their
Boys' and Children's Clothing.
BOYS, you can get a Spalding
Bat and Ball, or Catcher's Glove
free with your purchase.
Men's Spring Clothing.
The latest and most correct wear for
young men is, the imported rough VICUNA
l'rlnce Albert satin faced worn with
light worsted trousers. The Coat and Vest
In light pattern Cheviots to wear with tho
$4, $5, $6, $7 and $8
I'ou 11 find a very large variety to telcct
your Spring Suit from here.
$7.50, $10, $15, $20
All the new shades and patterns.
Topcoats are much worn this season
more than ever. The range here is very
large the styles absolutely correct Che
$7.50 to $25
Children's Short Pants Suits, all wool, (T
made in best manner, stylish patterns. j)A. CO
Value S4.00. Ages 8 to 16 j-tvr
Combination Short Pants Suits, extra
pants, double seats and knees, equal to
any regular S5 suit with one pair pants (J q
sold by ot hers, the latest patterns in plaids ft "2 m Q C
and mixtures. Ages 8 to 16 ry
A special salu of Black and Blue Clay
Worsted Children's Suits during Easter
week guaranteed strictly all worsted and rf
absolutely fast color. Sold regularly at J)S.QC
Children's Sailor Blouse Suits, large sailor t
collar, handsomely braided. Made to sell Q "3 Q E
Hats, Caps, Neckwear, Hosiery, at low
Young Men's Suits 15 to 20 years.
Largest sizes will fit small men. The most
complete line in the city. 6, 7, $8, $10,
$12, 15. All the novelties in plaids and .
mixtures of the reason.
Continental Clothing House,
Godfrey, Moore & Co.,
Ilth and F Streets. Opp. Boston House.
Mr.SBaile WiU Not Act as an
HE ASSIGNS MS REASONS
Mr.&SJmnsou Maltes His Motion of
Is'CjQuoruiii uud I'rovoltes uu Inter
esting Debute Strong Arguments
Against Itepublicnu. Xrogruiti Mr.
Immediately after the assemblage of
the Bouse jesterday Mr. Simpson laised
the point of no quorum. It was expected,
and pi oduced considerable debate, In which
Mr. Shnpaon uttacked Mr. Keed'a policy
again, and Mr. Bailey outlined effectually
tho views lie desiied to make the noJI-jy of
Mr Heed counted tlie House and declared
181 to beprcbent. Mr. Dingley moved that
when the House adjourned it be to Wednes
day nett. .
In reply to a question from Mr. Bailey
as to the purpose ot the three dajs ad
journment, Mr. Dingley said that he was
not awaie of any business except waiting
for the return of tlie appropriation bills
from the Senate.
Mr. Bailey saldthatthe Democrats would
not insist on the "Republicans legislating
because the country buffered when they
legislated. He merely asked the question
to know tlie purpose of the other side.
Mr,- BItnpson made the point that the
motion to adjourn was not debatable, but
the debate went on, Mr. Dingley declining
toiriveanj other reabon than the one above
stated. He said, however, that matteis
mightccmcup byunanlnioubconsent. A-ked
by Mr. Simpson if it was the purpohe of
the Republicans not to appoint tho com
mittees, Mi. Dingley said it was a mat
ter entirely for the Speaker.
Tills was followed by a tunning debate
involving tho'debatability of the motion
to adjourn, during tlie course of which
Mr. Simpson took occasion to again attack
the policy of Mr. Jleed and becrcly ar
raigned the Republican policy or inaction
in which position he was Joined by several
other speakers. Those who f-poke on the
various subjects were: Dingley, Meltae,
Walker, DeArmond, and several others
Mr Uniley, who had previously given his
views at "times during the debate, summed
them tip iu thejollowing statement:
"Mr. Speaker, the Republican leudera have
so ortcn arraigned the Democratic party
for what they have been pleased to fall its
incapacity to deal with important questions
that wc naturally feel tempted now to in
dulge iu. the same line of assault;. But look
ing heyoud itjiis opportunity for partisan
which Ui might win for the time, and re
garding, urj duty from the hight-r and
broader standpoint of unselfish service to
the country, ,1 think It wisest Tor us to
follow out our often-repeated declaration
that Republican legislation Is injurious to
the publjc welfare, and we will not urge
the Kenulilkuil party to do whatougutuot
to bo done.
"If they s'9uld pass the non-pnrtlcan meas
ures suggeoted by the gentleman from
Arkuutup, then there might he home senbe
iu urging thejni to proceed. Hut if they
leglsJatOfjUpou the financial question, bir,
you kuqw as well as I do, and I know
as well jif that I live, that they will hot
pronofcOrOTi Hjtpport a measure tiiat cau
command our votes. If they do anything,
It will be to perpetuate the national bank
ing system aud to proide for the retne
ment or the legal-tender notes of the
I!ae w-e been honest when we have
denounced Republican laws? If wc have,
let us be honest and candid still. What
will tho country think of our wisdom or
ourbincerity If we demand that the mujoilfcy
shall proceed to legislate, knowing that
jou will make bad laws uud that we have
no power to prevent your making them
when you attempt to do ao? The country
under buch circumstances must; doubt
either our wisdom or our sincerity, and it
probably will doubt both.
"For my parti have neer seen a time
when I wanted the Republicau part to
legislate I h.-ivencverbcm the time when!
thought the country wus as well off with a
Republican Congress in session as when it
had adjourned We would hne Aerj much
less to complianof if the Republican party
had slmplj, passed the appropriation bills
and gone home. I know that jou do not
intend to pass any new laws which are
good or to repeal nny old laws that aie
"What, then, is my duty? To urge jou
to go when we know jou are going to do
-wrong? If we urge you to make bad
laws, we are fools; and if we pretend
that wo want jou to legislate when -we
do not, c are hypocrites. There might
bo some partisan satisfaction in criticising
you from day to day, but in the end such
petty-fogging politics redound neither to
tlie advantage of. Individuals nor of. -i party.
The country is tired of cheap polities The
people want to know what party can legis
late to their best advantage; and finding
that, they arc ready to rcwaid that party
with its confidence.
"During the last campaign you said that
all the country needed to restore piospenty
was that confidence should bo re-established,
"which, -as you claimed, Republican
success would do, and to increase the
"We said that your tariff ltgislntlon can
not make the country prosperous, and that
there must be a revision of your financial
system before the country will ever en
joy the prosperity which it deserves.
"The country gave you the power to pass
laws, and you have attempted to restore
prosperity by- increasing taxes. If you
succeed, the Democratic party might as
well not mfike'3a nomlnatiou in the noxt
Presidential election. If you fall, you
mightas well not make a nomination In the
next Presiflential election. Now, let us
MARSnAWj -Friends who wish to view
the remainswA JOHN' MARSHALL, will
call at 811 Ninth street northwest before
Monday, April-r2, 1S97. It
A lLlvi:Kt?"On S-iUinla v. .A pril 1 0. at
1 o'clock a. m., .NEWMAN W. WILKER-
SON, aged mcy-years
228 2d st. nNv.i it
YERKjES-On .Saturday, April 10, 1897,
at 11 Q-clock ft. m., BESSIE C, aged
twelve years'anll two months, daughter of
William H. and Hannah A. Ycrkes.
JFuucral Tuesday, A-iril 13, at 2 o clock
p. in., from tlie residence of her parents.
Ho G22 G street f-outh west. Friends and
relatives respectfully invited to attend.
TOLLIVER On Fnday, April 9, 1H97,
at 11:30 a. m-, Mrs. NANCI TOLLLWCR,
the beloved mother of Ellgah, Carrie,
Mary and Sydney Tolllver.
Dearest mother, than has left us,
We thy loss most deeply feel;
But 'tis God thatcan bereft us,
He will all our Forrows hcnl.
Br THE CHILDREN.
Funeral from the Vermont Avenue Bap
tist Church, Rev. George W. Lee, pastor,
Monday, April 12. at 2 p.m. I"rlend&and
relatives Invited to attend.
J. WiriTEA-M LEE.
332 Ea. Avo. NVVV.
First-class service 'i'tioue, 1383.
give the country a chance to decide who la
rightand who is wrong.
"You have applied jour remedy. I nm
confident it will fall. I nm so confident
of its failure thatl want to raise no other
issuo. I want the country to decide
between your wisdom and oura upon the
measures which you have already pro
posed. Let the couutry see whether in ia
tariff revision or financial reform which
shall work out our redemption."
Mr. Dingley's motion was put at 1:10
p. in., and was carried, the House ad
journing until Wednesday next.
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with urine
and lot it stand twenty-four hours; a sedi
ment or settling Indicates an unhealthy
condition of the kidneys. When urine
Etuiiis linen It Is a positive evidence or kid
ney trouble. Too frequent desire to
urinate or pain in the back, is also con
vincing proof that the kidneys and bladder
are out of order.
"WHAT TO DO.
There Is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills
every wish in relieving pain In the back,
kidneys, liver, bladder and every part; of
the urinary passages. It corrects inability
to hold urine and scalding pain In passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wlue or beer, aud overcomes that un
pleasant necessity or being eompeifed to
get up many times during the night to
urinate. Tlie mild and the extrnorilumrv
effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It
btauds the highest lor its wonderful cures
of the most distressing ca&es. If you need
a medicine you should have the be-t. Sold
by druggists, price fifty cents and one
dollar. You may have a sample bottle and
pamphlet both sent free by mail. Mention
The Times and send your address to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Biughamton, N Y. The
proprietors of this paper guarautee the
genuineness of this offer.
PRINTING PRESSMEN'S UNION.
Delegates Elected to tDo Interna
tional Convention of Pressmen.
A well attended meeting of the Printing
Pressmen's Union wad held last evening at
Costello's Hall, President Emil Petersen
in the chair.
The most important matter which en
gaged the attention ot the" meeting was
the election of two delegates to the in
ternational convention of printing presb
men, which will eonvene in Detroit, Mich.,
in June next.
There were several candidates for the
positions and the balloting was close and
exciting and resulted in the choice of
Messrs. James McKinnon and Joseph Bur
minghara Mr. Burraingliam will be a candidate for
president ot the International Union.
BANK PRESIDENT SPALDING.
Diligent Detectives Uiive Been Un
able to Find Dim.
Chicago. April 10. -In spite of the fact
that a warrant was issued Thursday even
ing for the arrest ot President Spalding,
of the Globe Savings Bank, who is wanted
on several charges, absolutely nothing ot
his whereabouts can be learned.
Detectives have been diligent In their
search for the accused, but up to this time
Spalding has evaded the officers of the
Mnn Meeting of AYorkingnicn.
A mass meeting of the workingmenot the
city will be held today at 2:30 p. m , at
No. 028 Louisiana avenue, for the purpose
of organizing a Federal labor union. .Mr.
Samuel GomperB and Frank Morrison re
spect ively, president and secretary of the
American Federation ot Laror, Mr. Thomas
F. Tracy of Boston, and William MeCabe,
treasurer ot the Albany. N. Y., Trades Coun
cil, will be present and address the meeting
Fntullj Sliot by Tramps.
Newton, Conn., April 10 Mrs. J. I.
Tuttle, icfilding In the village of Bots-
$5 A MONTH
Cor. 12th and FSts.,
Will allow you to pay for medicines and
treatment, vvne her jutt iuAe one, two or
a half dozen ailments
His new scientific methods of treating all
Chronic, Nervous. Bloutl und Skin Diaeabes
are undoubtedly the greatest and most ef
ficacious known to the medical world.
The ubsolute. certainty with which linger
lmr and Jong-standing chronic diseases
yield to Dr. Young's treatment is simply
astounding and marvelous The glorious
triumphs and wonderful successes achieved
by this eminent specialist in the treatment
of. all manner of diseases ot man , woman
and child must prove fabsorbing interest
to all suffering from the calamities of dis
ease and pain.
Dr Young s system of telling the patient
in advance that the fee will he but $5 a
month for bis professional services, and
..that no additional expense will be added
for all medicines required to effect a cure.
Is but Juht and equitable For this small
fee Dr Young treats all diseases, and no
dlM?ase Is too difficult Tor him to relieve
ordinary affections, like Catarrh, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Dyspepsia, Diseases of the
Liver, Spleen. Kidneys, Bladder, Rectum,
BoweJs:Night Emissions, .Sexual Weakness,
Lost Manhood, and all affections of the
Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat and "Lungs yield
like magic to Dr Young's wonderful treat
ment Stricture, Varicocele, and Hydro
cele cured safely and permanently, with
out cutting or operation A legal guaran
tee in etery case accepted for treatment.
Confidential Office hours, dally, 10 to 5.
Monday and Thursday evenings, 7 to 8.
Sunday. 10 to 12.
ford, was shot down this morning by two
tramps, to whom she had refused soma
eggs. She was shot in the head and neck
and will die. The tramps fled and es
vww vfcv !va
"The 6tore where j-our promise to pay
buys as much and for as little as cash.
I We've Tried Hard an
IV u s.
d Have Won.
Folks will shop where values are best. That is proven by the phe
nomenal response to our millinery announcement since the ''opening.'
As with other departments, we have sprung into leadership at a sin
gle bound. We have clearly upset all the old notions all the old meth
odsand completely revolutionized the business of millinery selling
just as we promised.
Of course, we've been criticised. Other stores have declared that
we were ruining the millinery and ribbon business, but you like it, and
so long as you do so long as you respond so generously to our an
nouncements you shall have the matchless values which are brought
about by a purchasing power unequaled by any.
Lavish words of praise have been bestowed upon our millinery of
ferings by dozens of ladies after going the rounds of the city and
they're not loath to telL us that ours is the handsomest and most rea
sonablv priced of all.
We're as busy as bees in our work rooms, but we've engaged more
trimmers for Monday, and we shall be quite fully able to cope with the
The Misses HerTernan, formerly of Ninth street, arc now with us and request their
friends and former patrons to call.
An Unprecedented Ribbon and Untrimmed Millinery Sale.
mvs , i tot j
sat j if jirO "-'' JgS'
for all colors all the new and very de
sirable shades ot 3-inch moire nhbon for
tomorrow an exceptional value,
ror No 40 (3 l-2-lnch) AH silk Taffeta Blb
boit and Tafreta Moire Ribbon in all tho
new and exquisitely pretty shades for
tomorrow autt all jou want of it.
ror largo bunches of P.oses in all colors
Tor bunches or 24 Held Flowers all
colors very pretty
for large bunches ot Velvet Roses and
Foliage rubber sterna
for an immense lot ot 50 cases of Chips
and. Fancy Straw Hata closed one from a
manufacturer at a big reduction. Instead
of putting them in stock, marked at usual
prices as many do we hand them over
to you. '
for Black Neapolitan Straws all shapes
Ladies' tailormade suits, skirts, wraps.
a i i r .;., fn win cimro vnn xvhnt n snlpnrlid stock of ladies' tailor-made suits,
skirts capes coats, silk waists and shirt waists, and children's coats and dresses we ve brought
vou. 'You must notice how we've lowered prices and bettered qualities. We've revolutionized
the whole business you must admit Yet how could we expect to get your trade otherwise?
lour cnoice oi auout 43 mines urouuLium aim cwumn. uu., .
suits jackets are made "Eton" style and handsomely braid-trimmed a va
riety of the very newest shades a suit which should be no less than $9 and
- ?io. The lot arrivea yesieraay ana go on bine luuiuuuw.
Black Figured Bril
linntlne and ery Hand
some Novelty Check
Skirts very well lined
and bound and very sty
lish, too the'skirt which
others make a leader at
Black All-wool Serge
and Plain Black Brillian
tlue.Fancv Novelty, Wide
wale Cheviot, and Check
Novelty Skirts nattera-
ed from expensive skirts,
and. Just an, perfect fit
tingreal value, $3.98
Black brocaded taffeta
silk and plain moire vel
our skirts the very acme
or stlishnesf best lln-fnp fifl
ing-th others' $9 skirtshh HX
here at vpwuu
$9 Silk Waists, $4.49.
2 Grand Underwear Sales
We've got a maker's
sample line of black taf
feta Mlk bhirt waists, with
detachable white linen col
lars, and a lot of hand
some lace irimmed silk
waists many "Bolero" ef
fects. Not one Is worth
less than S i , but they
on-flale tomorrow for.
35c for ?5c
Tomorrow wc shall
put on sale, on a
separate table, a
lot of Boltzmaa
of fancy striped ba
tiste lawns and percales, and plain
white waists. It Is reallv a remark
able opportunity, Tor It's almost time
to put them on 35c. is half as much
as they're worth.
n i For a lot of Ladies' Muslia
X0oP Drawers, with deep hem
trimmed corset covers not a single
ganneut worth lfes than 25c
QQn For your chotceo tan immense
gtU lot of Ladies' fine muslin, loco
embroidery trimmed gowns,
torchon lace and embroidery trim
med chemises torchon and em
broidery trimmed umbrella drawers
V or square neck Valenciennes and
torchon lace, and Swiss embroidery
trimmed corset covers umbrella
skirts trimmed with torchon in
serting and embroidery. Not a
1 garment is worth less than 60c.
.7 Gives you the choice of an imtneuseUine of Spring Top Coats of Covert, in
,.0lJ& several shades of tan lined with best lining and made up as well as any
JJfifeW tailor anywhere can make them. We are making a specialty of Top Coats at
x'(?0ia tus price, and that's why you find ours so much better than others. Easv
payments to help 'OU buy them.
We've No Competition
IN BOYS' SUIT SELLING.
We've got the buying down to such a fine point that we can undersell anybody.
for Boys' Cheviot Suits very neat nnd
dressy plaid patterns, for which others
would ask you &J.
FA QQ for Boys' Cheviot Long rants 6uis
Jk. oO elegantlv tailored just like the men's
suits and really worth $7.50.
AQn for Boys' rercale"llothcr Friend" Shirt-
u waists the sort which have patent button
39C bands and sell usually for 75c.
for Boys' Linen Blouse Waists hand
somely embroidered worth 60c
49 C"" X
515 Seventh Street, between E and K