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THE MOKNUSTG- TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1897,
D Xijinsburgh & Bro. a
b TODAY'S PRICE,
- ONLY $1.19
ims eteganc wrapper, e
made of fine lawn, in
beautiful Persian de- g
signs, with fitted waist q
r lining, princess back, full
g front, with wide girdle.
large pointed collar dam- a
a tily trimmed with lace, U
the new style sleeve, ex- &j
g tra wicitn sicirt, ty in
a lonjj, with deep hem.
Special Price, $1.19. 5
R Has been
a good seller
1 for $1.60.
Your size is
1 here today.
Open until 9 tonight
420, 422, 424, 426 7 til St.
to get rid of our stock while
the rebuilding la goings on.
We would rather jrlve the
goods away than have them
Entire Stock of Skirts
atless than Half Price
A chance for you Ladies to buy
one of our celebrated Diess Skirts at
less tlian you can buy theii.aierlaL
COO for $1 Linen Crash Skirts.
89c for $2 Brilllantlne Skirts.
95c for $2 Novelty Chuck Skirts.
$1.49 for S3 Brilliantlne Skirts.
OSC for S2 Bicycle Skirts.
S2.60 for $4 and $5 Silk Mohair
S3.SS for S7 and $8 Silk Skirts.
"We offer for Saturday entire bal
ance of 75o Lawn and Batiste
Balance or 51 and $1.25Laivnand
Percale "Wrappers at
15C for 25c Children's Percale
35C for 50c Children's Dresses.
3Qc for 75c Children's Dresses.
48cfor $1 Children's Dresses.
Great Snaps for Men.
3ec for 35c Balbriggan Shirts and
30c for 75c French Balbriggan
blurts ana Jirawers.
9C for 25c Suspenders.
3ec for Men's 75c Laundered
350 for ilea's 50c Dnlaundered
5C for Men's Seamless Socks.
23c for 39o Men's Cheviot
3c for a lot of 5c Handkerchiefs.
3c for a lot of 10c Men's Hand
kerchiefs. 40 for balanccof 10c Ladies' Vests.
4c for balance of 10c Children's
sc for lot of 10c Children's Hose,
ec for 15c large size Gingham
2o for a cake of 5e Soap.
30 for 100 Garter Elastic
;L5c for Infants' 25c Lace Caps.
3.5c for Children's 29c Mull Hats.
33c for 50o Children's Lace Caps.
SO for Ladies' 111 and 12c Hoso.
Tic for Ladles' 19o Hose.
806 7th Street N. W.
1924-1926 Penn. Ave.
mm m '! 'w.Pi, 11 ,izmzm&
3MAXOS AND OPGANS.
Steiff Piano Warerooms,
521 Eleventh St. N.W.
In dealing; with us you are dealing
-witli the Manufacturers.
TUNING A SPECIALTY.
CHAS. M. STEIFF
J. C. CONLIFF,
FAINTER OF MINIATURES,
Removed to 932 F Street,
Instructions fe a lithitei class tt erf morning
MR. MCKINLEY'S VACATION
Will Enjoy Himself by the Waters
of Xake Ckainplain.
The TIobnrtH Going to New Yorlt
How Some "WnisIiirJKtonlniis Aro
Passlntr the Summer.
Congress permitting, President McKinley
will leave Washington next Wednesday for
his suirmer vacation on Lake Chumplaiu.
He will proceed directly to Plnttsburg, on
the west side of the lake, and will not. If
It can be avoided, stop ai any intermediate
point. He will be accompanied by Mrs.
MtlCiuley. and it is expected by some of
the Cabinet officials and their wives.
Vice I'lcsident and Mrs. Hobnrt expect
to leave shortly for .Newport, where they
will be the guestsof Mr. Lispennrd Stewart.
Mustnpha Bey, the Turkish minibtcr to
this country to succeed Mavroyeni Bey.
Will make an extended tiip this summer,
Including the mountains., Bar Haibor and
Newport. He has been assiduous since liih
arrival in this country in ids efforts to
create a favoiable impression upon thu
social ami official world at Washington
and has had a conspicuous success. Among
the other notable diplomats he will meet
at Bar Harbor, where he goeslmrnediately,
is Benor Alfred de Alvarez Brandao, sec
retary of the Belgian legation, who is
tall and ahtletically built and is very pop
ular in Washington and Bar Harbor.
Lieut. Hogg, United States Army, and
family are spending the summer at Au
rora, W Ta.
Mrs Hannah Crosby, who for many years
past lias been identified with temperance
and other philanthropic movements In the
city, is ill at her residence, the Crosby
House, corner of Third and C streets.
Among the summer contingent a'tKin&lcy,
Va.,are Mrs. Woodford, Mr. William Wood
ford, Mr. Durfee and Mrs. Turpin.
Mr Charles B. Bayly, jr.. or Pittsburg,
isoii a vlslttohlsparents.atNo. 1333 Elev
enth street northwest.
A pret'y but quiet wedding was that
on Thursday evening ot Miss Mary M.
McClure, daughter ot the late Major Hep
bourn McClurc, of Williamsport, Pa., and
Mr. Robert Kcox, jr., of Allegheny City,
Pa, who were married at the residence of
Mr T. C. Campbell, or No. 154.3 T street.
The ceremony was performed by Rev Dr
Asa 8 tipze, or the Gunton Temple Me
morial Church, in the presence of a few
relatives and Intimate friends, after which
Mr and Mrs. Knox left for New York
city and Long Branch They will reside
in Allegheny City, the home or the groom.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans celebrated
the christonlngof their fon, Linton Schaum,
last night at their residence, No. 809 Third
6'reut southeast. Music was furnished by
the limekiln Brass Band, and a 1 ountiful
supply of dainty refreshments were served
upon the spacious lawn in front of the
residence. A most drllgblf til evening wa3
enjoyed by a large party of friends.
Mr. Charles Harbatigh is visiting friends
at Half Way. near Hagcrstown, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson and Miss
Luella Anderson will leave this afternoon
for a week's stay at Rehobeth.
Mrs. Reverdy J. Dalngerrield, of Alex
andria, and her daughter. Miss Eliza Dnln
gerfield, will leave this morning for Nnr
ragaiihPtt Pier, where they will remain
Miss Wright, of WaBhinglon.Is theguest
or Miss Anne Thompson.or Noithport.L. 1.
Mrs. Lucy A. Piatt Is summering at At
Pecretnry Sherman ha arranged to spend
h!s vacaUon at Ainagansett, L I., where
his daughter, Mrs. McCaUum, Is summer
ing, and where he hopes that the climate
will be beneHcIal to his health.
MR. SHHRMAN'S VACATION.
He Lonvos Vnslinigton for n Sojourn
nt Atnncnnsett, L. I.
Secretary Sherman and his family lert
the city at 3 15 o'clock yesterday to go
to Amapansett, L. I. He, will be the
guest of Mr. James I. McCullom, who
rrairied the Secretary's adopted daughter.
Mi. Sherman showed much evidence of
his recent Illness, but his condition is so
Irupioved that his physician had no hesita
tion in permitting him to make the journey.
There are many who believe that Mr.
Sherman will make his ill health a plea for
tln acceptance of his resignation from tue
TOR CURRENCY MF.SSAGE.
Secretnrv Porter Presume; It Will
Go to Congress Today.
At the White nouse last night, Secretary
Porter said he "presumed" the currency
message and bill accompanying it would
be sent to Congress today.
If the message does reach Congress the
Committee on Rules will report the bill
at once and pass it, and it will then go
to the Senate, where it will be referred to
a committee to be acted on at the next
White House Concert.
Pror Fanciulli has arranged the following
program for the concert at the 'White
House, beginning at 5:45 tliis evening:
1. March-"Under the Double Eagle," (by
2. Overture from opera 'Stradella
Flotoro." (by requeal)
3. Song "Lcs- Rameaux,"' (The Palms)
Suphonium solo, Musician Giovannlni
4. Grand potpourri or old nnd new favor
ites, (by request.. Arr. by Fanciulli
5. Characteristic Russian Carriage Song.
6. Selections from "Orphic aux Enfers,"
7. March "Old Hickory," (by rpquest)
8. Patriotic hymn "Hail Columbia," Fyles
Applications for Trensury Positions.
Applications for appointments to posl
yesterday as follows:' Thomas Hanna and
CharloB Krauss, of Indianapolis, Iml., to
be surveyor of customs at Indianapolis;
William L Roche, Plaqupmino, La , to ba
collector of internal revenue at Now
Lawyer F. B. Coudert III.
New YoTk, July 23. Frederic B.Coudnrt,
head of the law firm or Coudert Brothers,
Is seriously ill at his country home, at
Metucheon. N. J".
Tou may hunt the world over and you
Will not rind another medicine equal to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy for bowel complaints, it Is pleas
ant, safe and reliable. For sale by Henry
Evans, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, 938
F street northwest and Connecticutavcnus
and S street northwest and 14JS ilaiylaatl
MINISTER HATCH GOING TIOME.
Wants to Consult His Government
About the Annexation Treaty.
Francis M. Hatch, the Hawaiian mirfistor
to thi-- country called at the State Depart
ment yesterday. He informed Acting Secre
tary Adeethalheiutended to take a tlnee
mon Llis' leave of absence and go to Hawaii.
His inn pose in returning home is to per
sonally convey to I' resident Dole and
the Hawaiian government the details or
tbe tieaty ot annexation negotiations and
the condition or this diplomatic matter.
He also wantsto confer withthellawailan
government concerning his future course
and to ascertain fiom poisonal inspection
the condition of affairsat homeicldtlve to
the Japanese. Mr. Hatch will endeavor
to will on the steamer that leaves San Fran
cisco on August 1 9, but if he fails to reach
San Fi and sco in time will go on the next
stcamei. Mr. Hatch said he did not ex
pect the Senate would ratify the annexation
treaty befoie the next session of Congress,
and that he could safely leave Hawaiian
affalis in the hands of the United Stales
iiutll his return. He hus had no communi
cation with his government except by mail
for more than a year, and he believes that
it will be beneficial to the cause of annexa
tion for him to have peisonal iiilercoui&e
AVith ids government.
The steamer China will arrive next Mon
day f 10m Honolulu, andheantlcipatesnews
which will either conrnin or ueny tno
reported hostile attitude of the Japanese
STEEL COMPANIES DECLINE
Cannot Furnish Armor at the Rate
Fixed bv Coiisi'ess.
Secretary Long: Receives "Unfavorable-
Replies From the Carnegie
and Bethlehem People.
Carnegie & Co. and the Bethlehem Steel
Company sent replies to Secretary Long's
letter, which wore lecelvcd by him yes
terday. As statedlu The Times Thursday,
the letter or lhe Secretary invited tlwe
companies to furnish aimor plate at a
price within the $300-a-ton limit fixed
the invitation on the ground that it is not
possible for it to produce armor ot the
quality they have been supplying to the
Government at a sum less than 5 100 a ton.
An offer "as made by the Carnegie
Company, which the Bethlehem Com
pany will duplicate, which may relieve
the Secretary of immediate embarrass
ment and penult thu wor kon the battleships
Illinois, Wisconsin and Alabama to be
continued. The Carnegie Company Is will
ing to supply the diagonal armor Tor the
three battlfcihtps at a price to be fixed
by the Navy Department. If this oKcr
Is accepted the shipbuilders will be able
to go 011 with their work until the ships
are m the water. Inasmuch as the diagonal
irmor, which constitutes the buikheadu,
is all or the armor that Is built Into the
ship's structure The amount of armor
used for this purpose will not exceed
eighty tons to each vessel.
It is thought that the Secretary will
accept this proposition.
Secretary Long, arter reading the letters
rrom the Carm-gie and Bethlehem com
panies, "wrote to the Cramps, the Union
Tron Works, and the Newport News Ship
building Company, asking each it it would
be willing to establish an armor plant
and compete for furnishing armor.
Each or these companies, and particu
larly the Cramps, has Tor a long time
dcrired to have an armor plant connected
with lis yards, and the Secretwy Is
hoperul that the three companies will
signify their willingness to enter Into
armor plate competition, and thus break
the monopoly that now exists.
niS WEDDING POSTPONED.
Kemp's Failure to Proenre n Lieensp
Precipitates Serious Troabln.
Robert I.. Kemp, colored, was In the
police court yesterday charged with dis
orderly conduct. Robert's troublc-3 ari
many, and were added to by Judge Mills,
who thought the testimony conclusive anil
gave him the privilege or paying $5 or to
spend ten days in tbe workbotiee
Robert claims to be a citizen of Cuba,
and his peace of mind has been much dis
turbed by the sore trials of the country nf
his pativity. He has however, round tiruo
to entertain that little elf, Cupid, and in
stead or assisting in the overthrow or Spain
he hao for some time exercised his tactical
genius in ilolently storming the citadel of
a dusky damsel's arfections.
Tbe enemy finally displayed a flag of
truce and the result was that Thursday
was named as the -happy day. Robert.
It would appear, is impecunious as well a;,
absent minded, for he appeared on thi
scene wl thout a ma rriagelicense and minu
tho necessary coin of the realm to pay
ior the same. The father-in-law that was
to be objected to such a condition of af
fairs and an altercation followed. The
groom-elect was ejected and was subse
quently arrested for creating a disturb
ance. It i s not known whether the dusky
bride that was to be will or will not hold
to the terms otcapltaulation after the pris
oner is discharged from the workhouse.
FINED FOR SELLING BAD MEAT.
Violation of the Health Regulations
Costs Clerk Smith J?1!0.
AntonLuly andOtto Smith were charged
in the police court yesterday with Ro
tating the health regulations by sell
ing unwholeme meat, Mr. V. R. Mothers
head, of the Health Office, was tho com
plaining witness and his testimony showed
that pieces of unsavory h am had been twice
sold at Mr. Lully's store.
After the first sale the meat was re
deemed from tho purchaser by Mr. Lully
and his employees were notified by the
Health Office that the meat must not be
sold. Notwithstanding this notification,
Otto Smith, a clerk in the store, sold the
ham to Charles Stewart, colored, for 20
The sale was an expensive one for Smith,
as Judge Mills imposed a fine of Sliu.orSl
for each cent received by Smith. Mr.
Lully was discharged.
Family Days, at Hiver View.
Ttie family days at River View on Satur
days arc always enjoyed by tho young
rollcs, for whose especial benefit they were
first started. Every Saturday since the
excursion season started, when the weather
was good, has seen the steamer Pentz
crowded oa all her trips with hundreds of
mothers and their little ones going to the
View to spend the day under the shady
trees. Today the Pentz will leave her
wharf at 10 a. m., 2 and 8:45 p. ni., and
will return from River View at 12:15, 5,
8 and 10:3Q p. m. The fare for the
round trip on the two early boats will
be but 10c to all. Oa the afternoon trip
it will be 25c an usual. Today the
rhute and all the other attractions at the
View will bo In full operation for the
nmuf-einent of the little folk id there
will be music and danclnc aJk v.
On Sunday, tomorrow, (Ir hnnnon,
the leading woman aeronaut of America,
will give an ascension at Hirer View, and
will endeavor to surpass all her previous
efforts In going to a very high elevation.
BRAZILIAN BALM I
The Great South American Balsam,
FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE.
Colighs, Colds, CroQp and LaGrippe
PILES, ' CUTS,
Is ncnto inflammation andswellhifrof tho
Olfactory organ which contains tho
Noma of Smell. This organ is a long
ribbon-liko membrane and hangs from
tho roof of tho Nasal passugo in folds, as
soon in Fig. 3. When this condition be
comes chroniCtpr permanent, it is called
CATARRH. Tho folds becomo swollen
into a solid mass, so tho air in breathing
cannot circulate) between them ; honco
tho loss of smell. Tho Catarrhal microbo
soon makc-3 ita appearance, causing a
mnltltudoof smaU ulcers botweon thoso
folds. Tho pus from theso ulcers is very
poisonous and soon impregnates tho
wholomncous surface of tho nose, head
and throat with tho disease. Medical
works show caaos whero tho tonsils iiavo
becomo a corrupt mass of ulcers. It not
infrequently involves tho wholo bronchial
pnssab'o to tho lungs, causing consump
tion and death. It will bo eocn that
nothing can radically euro Catarrh which
docs not reach, to tho seat of tho diseasa
botwoon theso folds of tho Olfactory
organ, and clcanso and hoal theso ulcers.
BRAZILIAN BALM ia tho oaly known remedy
in nature that will accomplish this result.
I twill heal any old soro. Snuff a Eola
tion of tho Halm and wnm water, as
lis Healing Power Is
strong as yon can ooar.up 1110 nose, irom
tho hand or through u Nasal Doucbo, as
inFig. 1. Thrn,aswatcrwillnotrunnp
lull, hold the hoad down, as in Fig.2, piv-
Do tins thrco or four tiroes a day. You
wiUsoon orporienco relief, and if faith
ful, in a few weeks tho folds will bo open
ed, tho awolling gone, tho ulcers will bo
healed nnd tho eensoof smell and tasta
restored. A 60 cent Iwttlo contains two
weeks treatment, and tho S1.00 bottlo six
25- wecics treatment. Catarrh novec cares
?zf itself. Brazilian Balm is guaranteed to
J.111UJIUJ rover, uives surprising renoi
in Consumption and often cures.
F"lfty Cents and One Dollar per
The Fifty Cent Bottle contains One Hundred Doses.
EOMB TESTIMONIALS. "I was near
childhadasovoronttackof Croun. Tho Halm
son Foster. Camden, N. J. "I had dyspepsia over 30 years. Brazilian Balm cured mo in two
weeks.' Uha3. Broomo, Philadelphia, Pa. "No tongue can toll what I suff erod f rom Asthma
for 11 years. Brazilian Balm porf ectly cured me." Sirs. Mary Scott, Wilmington, DeL "1 lost
S children in i days with Scarlet Fovor. Tho fourth child wa3 taken tho same way but wo gavo
her Brazilian Balm and sho ouickly recovered." Burton B. Doputy, Mdford, DeL Ask your
druggist for circular. Sold by Druggists and Dealers, or sent oa receipt of price.
3. F. JACKSON & COMPANY, Proprs, INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
This Afternoon at 3 and Uvcning at 8,
and During tho Week.
Direct from Keith's New York Theater.
Miss Mamie Conway,
Famous "World's Fair Cornctlst.
America's Champion Musical Trick Bone
Versatile Enter talner, and Trick Dog FEED
The King of the Cards.
. Boston's Famous Lady
25 Orchestra 25
in Urand Concert.
Cafe and Restaurant
Under Personal Supervision of
Late with Sherry. New York.
Take Washington and Glen Echo Rail
road, via 7th. 11th and U streets, to
Chevy Chase Circle: ako Georgetown and
Tenleytown road, at 32d anil if streets,
connecting with .Metropolitan and Capital
Traction (through cars); also, Great Falls
road, at 36th-street terminus of Metro
Friday, July 23, Benefit for tho
WOMAN'S CUBAN RELIEF ASSN. FUND
Admission to Grounds Froe.
MUSIC AND DANCING
This Evening: from 6 to 10,
and every evening hereafter until
October. Muaio by tbe members of
the United States Marino Band. Como
up to tho largo oak grove and get
NEW NATIONAL- .
Special engagement of FREDERIC
r pa. AND HIS
In t ha 1 aw cett's Farcical Comedy
WHERE ARE WE AT?
Seats 2, -m and 7 o. Aro scl.ing.
LAST THREE PERFORMANCES.
Tonight at 8:30 Saturday Matinee, 2:15.
SPECIAL BILL, Saturday Night at 8
2d ACT SCRAP OP PAPER.
Specialties by Mr. .7 .AMES 0. BARROWS,
TIIE FIRST AND SECOND ACTS OF
FAREWELL OF COLUMBIA STOCK
Have you scon them?
Have you tried them?
If you have, you are glad to know that
jou can try them again at
Chevy Chase Lake
It you have not, you don't know what
you tiave missed.
Uoucli'a Band und dancing every oven
lug on thp pavilion. JeG-tf,em
G1UJAT SUMMER SALE
Of Suits, Millinery, Furnishings:
B12-M14 7th St.; 715 Market Space.
Orders to Admiral ililler.
FoTraal orders were Issued to Admiral
Miller yesterday detaching him from the
Brooklyn on the 27th, and ordering him
to nonolulu in command ot the Pacific
station, by steamer of August 5, and order
ing Admiral Bcardsley when relieved to
report at Washington as president of the
Special Indian Agents Appointed.
Tho President has appointed as" special
agents to make allotments of lands in sev
eralty to Indians the following: William
E. Casson.of Wisconsin; D. A. G. Keepers!
of Ohio; John T. Wertz, of Nebraska; Jnrne3
Jeffrey, of Tennessee, and Howell P.
Wyton, of Indiana.
A COLD IN ONE DAY,
CROUP IN 10 MINUTES,
La GRIPPE. INFLUENZA,
A prompt and roliablo
romedr in Inflammation
of tho Stomach and Bow
els, Scnrlot and Typhoid
Fovur. Constipatita and
All theso diaoascs aro
Inflammations, and BaA
ziliau BAiiii cures in
flatmnation, Foror and
Congestion m any part ul
tho si stem.
a consumptive's grave from Catarrh. It had
cnrftdhfrinintniniihK Wnndprfnl." Thomo-
Uor. 11th street and University place,
fthiW XV UK.
One block west or Broadway. Noted
lor two things
.First-class rooms at 51 per day and
upward; on the European plan.
L. & E. FKBNiCLE.
W II BELDEN. Prop'r.
W. tt. TELLER, Mgr.,late of Bello
52. BO to 54 per day.
Pennsylvania ave., Let. (Jth and 7thsUJ.,
Jy7-3mo Waslilngton, D. O.
is conducted strictly upon the European
plan ror the summer mouths, with cafe
charges as moderate as any first-class
restaurant in the State, liood rooms can
be had lor 1.5U per aay and upward.
ii road way and 29t!iSt .Now rork.
Henry J. Bang, Prop'r.
Hoouis with board $2.50 per day and up
wards. Itoouis without board $L and up
wards. Moat central in the city; near all elevated
roads, street ear lines, principal places or
aitittecment, business centers and the large
Broadway Cable cars, parsing the door,
transfer to all parts or the city.
STEAM HEAT. JylO-3mo
XTorfolk & Vashington
Every day In the year ror Fortres
Monroe. Norfolk, Newport News ana
all points South by the superb, pow-
erful teel palace steamer "New-
port News," "Norfolk" and "Wasb-
Ington," on tho following schedule:
Lv.'W asln'gton rCP prr.
Lv. Alexandria 7:10 pn
Ar. Ft Monroe Ci"0 an.
Ar. Norfolk 7: 0 an
Ar. Portsiu'th.. 8:00 an.
Lv. Ponsiu'th . :50 pm
Lv. Norfolk... 0: Opiu
Lv. Fr. Monroo7t-"D nm
Ar. Alexandria 6:00 sun
Ar. Wasui'gtou 0:20am
Visitors to Chamberlln a new hotel,
"The Uygeio." and Virginia Ueach
will find this tho most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable nlght'i
Lnrgo and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and flttctl throughout with
electric lights. Dining roam bervlce U
1 la carte, and Is supplied from the
best that the markets or Washington
and Norrolk arford.
Tickets on sale at C. 8. Expres
office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue: G13,
619, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
&. O. ticket office, corner loth sweet
and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, whe:e time table, map, eta.
ca n also be ha d.
Any other Information desired will
be furnished on application to the uu-
derslgncd at the comnany's wharf.
foot of 7th st., Washington, D. C.
JNO CALLAHAN. General Manager.
On Norfolk and Westorn Railroad.
The favorite Summer RoBort of the
PHllilP F. BROWN,
White SnlBlnr Spip, Yi,
Near "Wnrrentou, Fauquier Co.
The most perfectly equipped health and
pleasure resort In the south. Prices to
suit the times. Magnificent scencrv. Water
unsurpassed I a Dyspepsia, Dropsy andNerv
ous Troubles. Send for Illustrated circu
lars. Address PROPRIETOR WHITE
SULPHUR SPRINGS, Near Warrenton.
Fauquier Co., Va 3c28-2mo
Overlooking River and Mountains. With
in ono and a half hours of New York.
Open to December.
VIRGINIA BEACH Splendid, large, cool
rooms facing the ocean. Excellent table.
Moderate prices. Address MME. BEE, Box
123, Virginia Beach. Jyl6-9t-era
Only ONE Genuine
ng-GHt Shoe Sale,
The woods are full of Shoe Sales, and ,o Is tbe uiurket
full of out-of-dnte, lU-flittnff and imperfect Slioed that cim bo
had for most nuy price to be palmed off at nc-called re
ductions. The great success of our "Mid,n innier Cloning-Out
Sale" lies in the fact thut ve are clo.slnjr out only OUR OIV.V
GUARANTEED SIIOES at Reduction from the lowest known
reg;iilar price. Every pair ot Shoes we own is on the re
duced list, and these are a few sample prices for today.
$1.25 White Canvas Oxrords,
white kid lined, tipped
and trimmed, hand
sewed, turn soles.
CLOSING PRICE 480
Black or Chocolate Kid Ties
with tolld leather soles,
common-beuse or coin shape,
plain toes or patent tipped.
CLOSING PRICE 690
Black or Russet Kid Boots,
Laced and Buttou,
well rittlng. shapely and durable.
CLOSING PRICE Ssc
Nobby S2 Bicycle Boots,
good quality kid fronts,
with black canvas tops.
TODAY ONLY; $3..19
Hand-made $2 Oxford Ties,
turn and welted wiles,
chocolate and brown vlclkid,
in all the desirable shapes,
CLOSING PRICE SX.3T
Chocolate $3 Kid Boots,
button and laced.
CLOSING PRICE SX.SS
Crash Linen Bike Shoes,
for men and boys, with,
flexible leather roles.
Careo Calf $1 50 Shoes,
with rort Dongola. tops
and .solid double holes.
Reliable Shoe Houses,
i 930 and 932 Seventh St.
1914 and 1916 Pa. Aye. 233 Pa. Ave. S. E.
"V W XETTW w& r vty -yr wr TTSo'W"3P w w 'vr -hp-i' a?"ar
on Sunday next at
r.hnnfl Point. Rziurnina. reach
the city at 9:S0 . m. A sail of
110 miles amid delightful seen- ry
and cool breezes. -Excellent cafe
on boat and good hotel at the
grounds. Salt water bathing,
a-abbing, fishing. Tun of all
sorts for everybody. Four
hours' stay at the Point.
1 ISaiV a n
AND NOT BY THE WAT OF OHIO.
Of course, everybody who wants to visit
Glen Echo or Cabin John wants to go
there by the best, the quickest and the
most attractive route.
To do this you start from 36th street,
and can reatn the direct cars by either
the Green Electric (F-strcet line) or the
Green Cable Cars. No walking required
no change of cars, in sight of tho Po
tomac all the way.
Unless you want to go around by the
Take the 38th-Street Line,
WHICH LAND'S YOU AT THE
Cabin John Bridge.
No Other Route Can or Will.
w. a. DUCKJSXT,
The Only Salt Water Bathing
Resort in the Vicinity of
Efficient train service. Low rates.
Trains leave B. & O. staUon. -week days,
9:13 a. m., 4:30 p. m.; Sundays, 9:35
a. m., 1:30 and 3:i5 p. m.
Round-trip tickets, 50 cents.
For the 4.30 p. m. train, 75 cents win
be charged, and 25 cents refunded upon
return 01 i.oui.011 to agent at Ytaahingum
A delightful trip of 70 miles on Chesa
peake i, on tho inoming boat to BalU
more and return, for 25 cents. Tickets
for sale on Cafe Porch upon arrival of
morning train from Washington.
Popular Salt Water Trips
To picturesque Lower Potomac aud all the
funimer resorts resumed SATURUAY, Juno
2. Steamer T. V. Arrowsmlth leaves 7th
tt. terry wharf every Monday cud Wednes
day, A p. m.. nnd Saturday at t p.n:. Horns
bunday, 10 p. m. Accommodations rirst
claaa. a W. RIDLEY, Q. H
ALLEGHANY SPRINGS, VA. Open from
June 1 to Nov. 1. The Alleghany water,
awarded medal and diploma. World' sFair,
Chicago, and recommended by the Medical
Society of Virginia, is celebrated Tor ita
cures of dyspepsia in its various forms.
Beautiful lawn of 40 acres. Band of music.
&o. Parties seeking a healthful resort In
I the mountains to spend the heated term
can do no better, write ror pamphlet,
rates.&o. C. A.COLHOUX, Prop. Jy7-lmo
A .f ALA CIS IX 'IMS ilOU.MAlAS.
'For beauty of architecture and ele
gance or equipment, 'THE ALLEUHA
mc.' at tiosnen. Va has not a rival
among tne summer resort hotels of
America. Located in the heart or the
AUegbanlcs, wncre the climate la al
ways cool and invigorating, amidst scen
ery or wondrous beauty. Its advantages
as n, summer home are unequalled."
Sulphur, Alum and Chalybeate Waters
Address J. 0. S. TIMBSRLAKEL
roci. m en vi
H Hi RcPr n : a
Infants' Button Boot,
black or brown kid,
kid or leather sohr,
with worked button-holes.
CLOSING PRICE xqo
Spring Heel Sandals or Dutton,
or brown or black kid,
with gocd-wearing toles.
Sizes 4 to 8 only.
CLOSING PRICE 480
Misses Tan or Black Shoes,
Laced, Button or Sandals,
on popular shapes.
CLOSING PRICE 6Dc
Fine Patent Leather Pandula,
Iiand-made spring heels;
ladles', misea and chlldren'a
CLOSING PRICE 950
Dix's $1 50 Kid Boots;
misses laced and button,
kid and cloth tops;
pointed toes only.
CLOSING PRICE. SO..X9
Boys' Black or Tan
Shoe, most popular
S2 lines, laced
and Oxford Ties.
CLOSING PRICE S3..3T
Fine S3 and $3.50 Show,
hand made, black or
Rusxet Laced Oxfords
and Bicycle Shoes.
CLOSING TRICE $2.35
rinest Russet Shc-9,
genuine Russia Calf,
or our famous -ever bright" kid.
CLOSING PRICE $2.65
Cool Breezes Blow
dally at 10 a. ra.
2:50 p. ta.
Marshall Hall at 12:43 p.m.
4:45 p. m.
RIVER QUEEN leaves 7th and O
dally at 9:30a.m.
for Marshall Hall, Glymont and all
and at 5-30 p. ra
Music by Piof ScrroederN Band.
Dancing day and evening. Meals
a la carte In the excellent reitauraat
Goodcafeonstean.ers. Ladles spe
cially looked after.
Macalester leaves every Thursday.
Friday and Saturday evening at
6 SO p. ni.. calling at tee -Hall"
toth ways, and leading the HaU"
on return trip at 0 30. Parties can
take this trip without extra charge.
FARE, ROUND TRIP, 25c.
NO DUST. NO DIRT.
"Quickest and Safest Route"
Ually (except Sunday) at 10 ti. m. and
2:30 p. m. Returning, reach tee city 1
2 and G p. m. FARE. ROUND TRIP. COc.
Aomi6slon to grounds. 25cv ICLEGAN?
CAFE ON THE STEAMER. Tickets, wltk
Mount Vernon admission, coupon, for iaJ
tt ATfcurr ana at noteis-
L. L. HLAKK. CaptxJa.
At River View,
SUNDAY, July 25,
By Grace Shannon.
The Queen of the Clouds, tinder the man
agement of Prof. Ed. R. Hutchinson.
This lady wears ine championship medal
ror having made the highest ascension In
Take Steamer Pentz at 11 a.m., 2:45
and li p. m. Tickets, 25 cents.
SHOOT THE CHUTE
At RIVER VIEW.
Steamer Samuel J Pentz Dally at 10
a m., 2 and 0:1.1 p m Sundays, at H
a.m., 2:45 and 5:15 p.m.
I'eraunally Conducted icicnrslons.
livery Sunday, Wednesday and
Dancing, day and evening, except Sun
day. Sundays Concert by River View Orchej
tra. enns. Artti, jr.. conductor.
Tickets, 25 Cents, children. 13 cents.
1-AiiII.X DAY JSV1SHX SAXI1KJJAY.
Tickets, 1 o cents to all oa tho 10 a.m.
and 2 p. m. trips,
steamer will leave River View. Wednes
day and Saturday an 12:15,5. S.amllo:30
E. S. RANDALL. Sole Proprietor.
Keep Cool! Keep Cool I
THE PALACE STEAM EK
Sixty-eight miles down the Potomaa
River. Grand salt-water battling, crab
bing and fishing. Steamer Ieae daily
except Mondays from Clyde Pier, foot of
fccventu. btreetv at 0 a. m. . sharp- Fare,
GO cents round-trip. Saturdays, at 6.30
p. m.; tickets good to return Tuesday
arternoon. Large Hotel now open. Local
orficc, 1321 F street. General informa
tion, charters and staterooms booked.
STEAMER M. HYATT leaves Fotoraao
aud Grace sts., Georgetown. 8.30 a. m.,
for Cabin John and Great Falls, Tues
days, Thursdays and Sundays. Can ba
chartered by clubs and private parties
for any distance. Apply at boat or 003
Si. X. ave. Round-trip, 50c. 3y21 45
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