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THE TIMES, ASOT&, THURSDAY, STOVJEMBEII 25, 1897.
Snaps for you men
who don't object to a few extra
inches in the length of an over
coat. These $15 Blue and Black
IMPERIAL KERSEY overcoats,
v th velvet coilar, and either
plaid, woolen or Italian lining,
which we are se 1 .iig" at
Also big values in that lot of
trousers, from $12.50, SL5, $20
and $25 suits, at $2.50 per pair.
12tli and 1- Sis. R. W.
HgFABLAND WILL SBS16N
Superintendent of Water Depart
ment Has a Better Job.
Klfjsr.irdlj- Salniics Paid by tlio Dis
trict the Cause "Why Good Men
Cannot He Kept.
Mr. TV. .A. MeFarland, the superintendent
of the -water department, yoarday an
n unced to Cant. Black, ilie nghieer aim
missioner, his intention to resign. The Mil
an: ,r his present position Is $1,800. and
the place fr which he intends to give up
the tiavcrament Service -will pay 'imi $'00
a month and expenses.
Thl intended resignation of Mr. Mc-F-irland
very nlearly illustrates the pointed
remai to made hy Oapt. Burr, assistant
engineer commissioner, and Ce.pt. Black in
their annual reports n to the totally n-arieqimlc-
salaries paid to heads of their
departments. Mr. Burr said the iiet men
nanny be obtained, and, if they are ie
curcd. cannot he kept on the niggardly
fLlaries paid by tl'e District. Capt. Elaek
indorsed these remarks fully.
Mr. McFariand's work is very highly
esteemed by the Commissioners. 1'iK.y
fctate tint his carernl methods-, bin thor
ough knowledge of his department and Ins
executive ability have rayed the District
$10,000 a. year. The Commissioners have
requeued Mr. MeFarland to remain with
them r-r a short time on the promise that
they will use their best persuasion ouCoii
gross to pet Ids salary lncreabed.
Mr. MeFarland had an excellent position
In the South before he took his present
place. His health failed and he came
North to recover.
Marriage licenses -were issued yesterday
White .T. WalterNewmanand Sadi- Rc
rpde. ooth of Hlgblund county, Va.; Fred
erick S. HHrdesty and Eustatla B. Boyle:
Charles M. Irelan and Frances L. White;
Martin A. Curtlu and Katie T. O'Connor:
Frederick W. Muiilden, of Prini-e George's
county, Md., and Lizzie E. Martin, of
Twining City, D. C; Charles W. Scinmes
and Mary G- Coleman; James B. King,
of this city, and Margaret S. Brown, of
Pnnoe George's county, Md.; Will B. Lane
and Octavia P. Butln; John II. Mttirhsad
and Anna M. Martin: James F. Peak,
of this city, and Laura G. Llnklns, of Mld
dlolHirg, Va.; Richard Korb, ol this city,
and Mary S. Amos, of Baltimore, Md.;
Patrick J. NHand and Mary B. McGilli-
ouddy; Charles W. Jordan and Mayoie J.
Walter; Charles L. Van Doren aixl Lur ina
A. Cole: B. Ilazen Bond and Mabel Cornish;
John W. Davison and Marian M. Fellows;
Flayd a.OtAvaoBaad Mabel M.KHp; W.Iliam
B. Frazler and Laura C. Martin; Robert X.
CsWwcil and Alice V. Webster; Joseph
S. Kaiff, of Baltimore, Md., and Flora
M. Thomas, of Dutton, Fla.; Charles E.
Bowie awl Jessie E. Childress, both ol
Petersburg, Va.; Cliarles II. Gray and Amy
L. Gray; Alien M. Johnson, or Newport
Newfc, Va., and Barliara Overton, of .Ian
over, Va.; Joshua T. Offutt and Katie E.
Colored Ellas Myers and Susan Scott; Al
bert Strong and Kate Shields; Peter M.
Jones and. Mary II. Locker; Alexander
Campbell ami Lenora Coleman; Charles
Howe and LtUte A. Green; Joseph Rr&xton
and Clara Wilkbis; Tltomas II. Washing
tot., of Baltimore, Md.. awl Catherine E.
Tayler.of Philadelphia, Pa.; Joluiny Corey
and Daisy Matttiews; John II. Datcher
and Leant A. Newman, both of Garrett
Part. Md.: Ettas Myers and Susan Scott;
aohJulRU Coleman and Annie Robinson;
Jium Despertt and Henrietta Johnson;
James Dacfciti. and Mary E. Gantt; William
Q. Parker and Mamie Graham: Frank
Bagland nd Cornelia J. Walker.
TJTE MUMRAV CONFIIHHNCE.
-ions of the Universalis! Y011114
The annual meeting of the Murray con
ference (if the Young People's Christian
Uatoit of the UnlversaHst Church, compris
ing the District of Columbia, Marylan'.
BeUvwre andparttonsof Pennsylvania and
Ne JP.-Hwy, will he heldiu the Church of
OW Fattier. TMrt&nth and L streets, to
morrow, Saturday and Suuday.
Tbe confrUA; opens on Friday evening
wttft a reception to tlie visiting delegates.
TIh service will be held on Saturday,
at I:15. 2 and 7:30. devoted to bubiaess,
Ute nea:iig of papers and addresses by
rA Sop'lay -school rally occurs Sunday
joorniag at 9:1 5, an.l at 11 o'clock the con
fensMce Tnxm by Rev. F. A. Biabee, D. D..
ot Pfakfid-'lplila. Thb eveniup aerviee will
be Vvuefl to Uie installation of the new
paafcorvf tin? Church of Our Father, Rev.
Your credit is good at Lanstiurgh's Fur
niture Housj, 18th aud F sts. oc3-tf
mS. $S)- $ SSi e &Sx& t
I B3F-Case of 24 bottles only $1.
- If Friends Are Coming
To Spend i he Evening,
o Order A Case Of
Ladies like "Cham
pagne" Lager because
it's light and spark-
Huar. Men. who
joy dark beer, prefer
our "Rubv" Lager, f
Both are most
clous iu flavor.
3-Casc of 2t bottles delivered in
unlettered wagons only SI.
F S-,j. N. E.
Brewery Co., 2154
0 OR f
READY FOR IE GRIDIRON
The G. A. 0. and Columbian
Teams in Fine Form.
EACH SIDE SURE OF VICTORY
The liiK Game "Will Bring; the Local
Football Secson to an End and
"Will Settle the SlncIi-'Moolod 'Ques
tion of Supremacy "Flow the 31en
AVIll Line Up.
All is iu readiness for this afternoon's
big foot-hull battle between the Columbia.
Athletic Club aud Columbian University, ut
National Park. The captains of both teams
are equally confident that victory will
he theirs when the referee's whistle brings
the gamo to a. close. This confidence Is
fully shared by the men, and the eleven
which wins will have no easy task. Everj
tliiug points to tho most hotly contested
aud exciting game neen in this city since
the annual contests "between the George
town College and C. A. C of three years
The remarkable stridetaken by Columbian
this season has placed them in the very
first r.tuk of .Southern football teams. This
fact Is evidenced by their defeatiug the
Winged Arrow men a month ago, as weil
as by the splendid game they put up
against tne University of Virginiu team, two
weeks si'jee. That Capt. Granville Lewis
will use every endeavor to lead his men
re a second victory over the Winged Arrow
men is almost unnecessary to say. Capt.
Wells, on the other baud, is full of grim
determination to retrieve his Joss of the
former game, aud he said last night he
was confident his men would come out on
top or the heap this afternoon.
Enthusiasm among the supporters of the
respective teams has reached a high point.
Yesterday afternoon a mass meetlngof the
Columbian students was held in the yard
or the university for the express purpoto
of practicing the various yells, iwigs and
war cries to be used this afternoon. The
public v.i!l be able to Judge the result of
tlat rehearsal when Capt. Lewis leads his
forces on the field before the game. Th3
brazen-throated rooters will furnish plenty
of that sort ol noise which Is indispensable
at a football game. The 'varsity students
have engaged a number of coaches and
tally-hos, which they will drape with tin
college colors, and from the tops of whlcti
some of the most dyed-m-the-wool rooters
will witness tne game.
The. clubmen will also have several coach
cs filled with Winged Arrow men, who will
be heard fiom during the contest.
There is a tacit agreement that all
rooters and sympathizers of the respective
teams will Feparate into two section!;, the
C. A. C. people to take the northern part
of the grand stand and the 'varsity ad
herents the southern section. This I to
secure a uniformity in the singing and yell
ing of the faithrul.
Bob Cuurch. the famous ex-rrincetoji
player, will act as referee, and Mr. E. S.
Wagenhurst. tlte old UnlverMty of Penn
sylvania player, will perform the duties of
umpire. Tilt selection of I hese two gentle
men will insure a fair and impartial ren
tiering of all decisions. Furthermore, both
these officials are exceedingly strict with
regard tu unfair playiugof any kind, which
Mieaus that all slugging will be barred from
the start. The game will start promptly
at 2:30 o'clock. Tills ltour was selected
as it was thought to conflict least with
After the game both teams will attend
the perfarmance of "El Capitau" at the
Lafayette. It is needless to say that
DeWolf Hopper has been apprised of tho
fact, and that he will greet the athletes in
his usual happy way.
The line-up of the teams is a matter of
uncertainty, which will not be settled until
the teams are on the field. However, t-io
probable line-up as given out by Captains
Wells and Lewis last night is us follows:
C A. 0. Position. C. U.
Taussig Jort end .Kelley
Wells (capt.) lert tackle Bell, Chaplyn
Dickinson. left guard McRoberts
Underwood center.. ..Paschnl, Harlan
Saamlers right guard Cummings
McGowan right tackle Lnucks
Curtiss right end Meigs
Humphre y . . ..quarterback Jolly
Watson and ..left halfback. ....... Weaver
Lewi and ..right lialfback Tindail
Dyer fullback Lewis (capt.)
nricing; at Pinilico.
Baltimore, Nov- 24. Another book went
tiff at Plmlico today, making eighteen In
all and at, the end of the day they had
all the money, as only the favorites in
the first and second races were successful.
The worst upset came In thethlrd race, in
which J. A. Grey was looked upen as a
sure winner, lie carried the most money
of any of the favorites. Blllall lasted long
enough to win. Judge WardeU'was dis
qualified after finishing second in the
fourth race for crossing front of Gala
Day. The favorite, Tabouret, was plftved
second and Sensational third. Summaries:
First race-Six furlongs. Gaspard, 6 to
5, won; Jack Donahue, "-second; Byron
Cross, third. Tlmp, 1:19 1-4.
Secoud race One mile. Mohawk Prince,
5 to 2, won: L. B., second; Watermam third.
Time, 1 45 1-2.
Third race Seven furlongs. TJHlali, 0
to 2. wou" J. A. Grey, second; Premier,
third. Time, 130 1-2.
Fourth race Six and one-halt furlongs.
Mont d'Or, C to 2, won; Tabouret, second:
Sensational, third. Time, 1:24 1-4.
Fifth race--One mile. Squan, 12 to I,
won: Plantain, second; Abingdon, third.
Fitst race Six furlongs. Eileen D.,
Duchess Annette, Pink Chambray, Princess
India, 107 each: Kid Fox. Giles Shine.
Taunton, Stone Step, 11 0 each.
Second race Six furlongs. Debrlde,
103: The Manxman, Frompt, Braw Lad,
106 each; Ben, Hi Daddy, Summer Sea,
Lambent, Marslan, Bromo, South Africa,
108 each: Halton, 115; Klepper, 103.
Third race One mile. Thomas Cat,
You are suffering because you are skep
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you hesitate to expend more money, fearing
that results may prove as heretofore -unsatisfactory.
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of dollars in the endeavor to bring to your
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nsured in a short lime. To prove our
sincerity we will send to any address, ex
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falls to accomplish all we claim we will at
once refund money In full.
UROVKK GRAHAM'S Dyspepsia Remedy
is prepared from the formula of the cele
brated English Specialist, Prof. McDer
mott. We have purchased the sole right
for the United States aud Canada. It Is
the only existing Specific. Write Grover
Graham Co.,Newburgh,N. Y., for pamphlet.
Sold by all druggists. A 50c botUe con
AST f hanKSgiving- we did a
; whole day's business in the
- half day I Many men toolc
advantage of the leisure afforded
hy the holiday to choose winter
suits and overcoats.
G.ve us your judgment on
ihese lines todnv.
Elegant black cheviot and striped worst
ed sack suits at 510 to $25.
Handsome blacit and blue kersey overcoats-warranted
fast color silK velvet
collar -at $15.
Smart, dressy winter Top Coats in tan
and dove English coverts and wtiil'ConiH
at SIS to $30.
Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers,
315 TtU St.
Old Saugus, 115 each; Bromo, 110, MUx
Tcnny, 1QG; Pallle Clhuiot, 123; Lobou
gnla, 120: King T., 117; Premier, 120;
Fourth race Six furlongs. . Miss Tenny
118; Our Breezy, 110; Black Dude, Pontet
Canct, 102 each; Juda, 107; Mont d'or,
12(5; Long Acre, 10S; Gen. Mateo, 100.
Fifth race One mile. Campania, Abing
don, l)alt,relti, 102 each, Alarum, 110;
Minnie Alphoiise, Ben Ronald, 9-1 eacti;
Mount Washington, 93; Counsellor Howe,
115; iT.ilton, 118.
iirjiiLF.y axi KAuur .iatciiki.
A Scientific .Spurring Contest
runted Last Xlglit.
Nick Burley and Pat. Rawly will again
meet. This time the men will weigh 133
ppundfc, and there is a side bet of $300
to $250 that the long Calliorninn can put
tn'. Nvampoudlc lad out in fifteen rounds.
The representatives of the boxers met
last night, and agreed to articles, which
covered what looks like a scientific spar
ring match. The two men will start train
ing at once.
The go will take place on December
16, and the condition"! of the match are
an evidence that Burley Is liberal to the
former champifin of the District, but at
the saiue time seems to bs confident that
he can get within 153 pounds.
Tills contest, it seems, wilt be the best
that has been arranged between .these
fellows, and as lined y is Just as strong at
1 53 as he was at 1 58 pounds, because of
his stocky make-up, whuteverchance weight
gives Jo a man he will have.
Burley must do some fine training to
pet down to 153, but us his representative
made tie match, it is only reasonable to
believe that he will be as fit as a veil
tuned fiddle to do battle on the date set
for the affair.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 2-l.-The weather
was cloudy and cool, the track good, but
the attendance was light atr today's races.
First race-Four and a half furlongs
Randaz7o, 4 to 5, won; Highland Prin
cess, second; Miss Arnold, third. Time,
Second race Five and a half furlongs.
Teal TruelighPf 7 to 5, won; Hazel Green,
second; Kathie May, third. Time, 1:09 1-2.
Third race-One mile. Lillis, 2 1-2 to 1,
won; Trimndu, second: Huts Off, third.
Time, 1:43 14.
Fourth race Five furlongs. Johnny Wil
liams, 7 to 10, won; Hampden, second;
Oxnard, third. Time, 1:02 3-4.
Fifth race- Six furlongs. Cnlleen, 1 to
2, won; Cyclone, second; Nat P., third.
Tjwlfftie and Griffo Matched.
San Francisco, Nov. 24. -The Oriental
Athletic Club has arranged a twenty-round
glove contest between George Lavignc and
Young Griffo, the Australian pugilist: The
match will take place iu this city on the
evening of Deoember 21.
Lnvigne Refuses to Meet M'ntcott.
San Francisco, Nov. 24. 'Kid" Lavigne
refuses to again meet Joe Walcott, the
negro pugilist whom he has twice defeated.
He wants to meet George Gjeeu before
he goes 13ast.
ON THE STAGE.
There wlU be Thanksgiving matinees
at every theater In town this afternoon.
The Ilanlon Bros.' "Snperba," that clla
podridn.of merriment, will be with its once
more, commencing Monday, at the New
National, with Wednesday and Saturday
matinees. This charming spectacle is wH
known to the theater-going publlr, and
each season that we have seen It it has
appeared in anew dress. We are informed
that this season will be no exception to
the rule. The piece is now in the eighth
year of its success, but so remarkable
an entertainment Is it that its popularity
does not seem to wane. Part of this may
be accoiinted for from the fact that the
Hanlons each year introduce much that
savors of novelty into the old piece, so
that when it emerges from their theatorlum
iu Boston it is practically a new pla
under the old name. Its admirers seem
to understand tills and, therefore, the
patronage has always been up to a pay
Charles Frohman will produce "The Salt
of tho Earth,'' with Miss Annie Russell as
its heroine, at the Columbia on .Monday
night. The play is by Joseph Arthur,
who has given the stage such great suc
cesses as "The Still Alarm," "Blue Jeans"
and "The Cherry Pickers." Its title de
notes that it will have a hero of that
rare and lovable type described by phrase
and whom all men and women should
like. The presence of Annie Russell at
the head" of the cast denotes, too, that
this hero will have a gentle and sweet
girl as the object of his adoration. M'aS
Russell's part will be of the same winsome
and charming nature as Esmemlda, the
character in which she first won recog
nition from the American pubiic. The
cast will include George Wilson. Theo
dore Babcoek, Franc Landers, It. A.
Roberts. George W. Denham, Thomas
Bunny, Charles Harris, Annie Russell, Alice
Fischer, Marion Berg, Maud Odell, Charles
J. Greene, Herman G. Vernon, Hernrui
Noble, Robert Robson, Anna Dogwell, and
a band of singers.
James II. Wallick's big scenic produc
tion, "When London Sleeps," returns to
the Academy next week. The opening
scene represents a circus dressing-room,
the hetoine, Queenie Carruthers, being a
slack wire performer, and her lover, David
Englehardt, a famous athlete. The young
lady proves to be a great heircssr and the
second ac:. finds her removed from the old
life and surrounded by wealth an'tV.matty
dancers ns well, on account of the ex
istence of a cousin and a villain of the
deepest dye, who is-determined to secure
her fortune by fair means or foul, foul
rather preferred. From his relentless per
secutions the play derives its action and
the audience is carried from ope starUing
situation to another with rapidity. The
play is elaborsitely staged.
The Lafayette will next week have h
second visit rrom the fascinating little
Japanese musical comedy, "The Geisha,"
which has been running at Daly's Theater,
in New York city, almost continuously
since it waa first produced there nearly
two years ago. This is the last week
in New , York. The company presenting
the piece here is promised as one of
even greater excellence than last
For Rich, Poor and
5 MMMMM. MM
There; are merchant tailors in this city who come to
me for their iclothes. Certainlj' no one knows a clothing
value better than they. Every time I g-ive a sale they are
on hand to snap up a harg-ain.
will make a Suit oT
to your measure for
Come in and look at the goods' I offer you at this
price every thread wool st3lish winter patterns. They
are well made up and well lined. Try the g-arments on
before they are finished, FOR THEY MUST FIT.
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i-PATT niI FT T0IAV 1
m htkhh llll Ua llfJJAjL
And let us show the Imnd sotnest l!ie uml best assortment of
Cosnplete House Fornfaliings
To be found In "Washington.
VEiinAPs vou need a caiipet?
"We nuilte, lay and line free whatever wo soil.
HO YOU "WANT A nUA'l EH?
It fiocti without snyiinx that one line is the JSe.st.
Alt E VOU IN SEAllCU OF A HANOEV
"We guarantee evety one -vve sell.
HOW . ABOUT IIHAPERIES?
We sell a pair-of Ince em Uilns. .00 in. wide for Sj ,;o"
AND OILVMBEil AND PARLOR SUITES GALORE.
L1BEV.AL CREDIT TO RESPONSIULK PARTIES.
s a 4
Seventh and I Streets Northwest.
year, when it proved so delightful. The
sale of seits begins tomorrow morning.
"Down inDixie" comes $o the Grand next
week. It aims to present a series of lively
portrayals of Southern lif.j us it is, and for
a Ecnuonce'of thrilling incidents there is
afforded a picturesque background of cot
ton fields and homesteads. Dnrkey life lu
old Carolina Is pictured with rar. anima
tion. A pickaninny band is an immensely
popular accessory. The youngsters com
posing It ure as agh of limb as they are
musically inclined. One of the numerous
mechanical adjuncts employed in the pro
duction is a genuine cotton compress, which
figures in a most exciting Incident. The
rescue of a young naval ofricer rrom tho
closing jaws of the machine, wtiere two
villains have placed his senseless body, Is
one of the chief deeds of the heroine or
this entertaining play.
WeaUier has no -terror for the amuse
ment seoker who is fond of his house. The
Bijou has built up a clientele who appre
elate the prices and like the entertnlnmnt
provided, and the result is tnat the house
is cozlly tilled In spite of the sudden
change In the weather. Harry J. Stone,
in the melo-drama "The Black Flag,"
Is at the Bijou this week. The company
carries its own special scenery and the
play Is well received. The olio is as
follows. Williard and Herbert, Russell and
Kusscll, Cuprmti and Mile. Marie, the
Whalleys, and May Hoey.
That there is nothing new under the
sun Is a favorite quotation, but those
who go to Kci nan's next week to see
Rellly &- Woods' Big Show will have the
fallacv of that saying proven to their
own satisfaction. Every number on tire
program Is bright and meritorious. The
La Champagne Quadrille; Eulalic, the
premier toe dancer; the three sisters Fan
chonettl; from the Follies Bergere, Paris
Frohel and Ruge, eccentric acrobatic
comedians,, the three Gardner Brother,
musical artists: the Lane Sisters, In songs
arid dance-; the Deonza Brotlrers, from
the Alh'ambra, London; Frank D. Bryan,
in witty sayingsand parodies; the Eldrrilge':
the pastnwsters of colored comedy; the
only Pat Rellly, In his inimitable specialty,
and the six Parisians, which is described
a? a novelty In pretty girls.
Remembernl Their Employes.
Woodward & Lothrop distributed among
their married employes eighty-six fine
dressed turkeys for Thanksgiving Day.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists rcfundthe money If ltfailsto cure.
25c The genuine has L-B. Q on each tablet
lo prevent colds; Rublnl's Pills, the creau
preventive acainst pneumonia, pleurisy,
bronchitis, colds In the head, etc. Wash
ington Homeopathic Pharmacy, 1007 H
6trect nnrihwest. No branches. Tele
ohonc, 1695 no3-tf
Use Dr. Henry's Headache Powders for
headache, neuralgia, and uctvous debility.
Christmas things forscbildren. 421 8th
Et. no 24-1 mo
J. Jay fiould
OPEN HALF DAY TODAY
The truth is theso $3.39 Shoes
are "best" for all concerned. Best
for the rich, because there are none
better, and represent a big saving!
Best for the por.r because they wear
bo much longer, and consequently
are tho most economical. Best for
us to sell as they plense all. Cholco
of 1 5 styles or "Water-prcof " Box
Calf, English Enamel, Patent
Leather, Winter Russet and Black
French Calf, in our new "Bulldog
and other styles of toe
A $1.50 Shoo for...
shoes sinxED fkek.
030 PA. AVENUE
- - -
.NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA
Conductor Pickett's Foot Crushed
Beneath a Motor's Wheels.
Four Charniini; -weddings That Tonic
Place A "Wnfion Struelc by a
Alomit Vernon Train.
Alexandria, Va.. Snv. is tr t?,i
Fickett, a conductor on the Mount Vernon
electric railway, was palnrullv injured
this morning, at the corner of King and
Henry streets by having his foot caught
under the wheels of the train of which he
was in charge.
Four weddings took pUfce nt St. Mnrv's
viwWr- , i)tX1 'CIock Mr- Thomas
.,f ' MrV,VAt',antVM yy . daug.uer
V,t- iv 'iUttTid H,L-vIe- ,werc aried
P X. McCarF'" ' assisted b? Kev.
,-1U 9 'c,oCk -Mr. John Harrington and
t'racingUtter16 " f " n
This evening at 10 o'clock St. Mary's
was again tne scene of a quiet, but
pretty wedding, wiien Mr. Jonu Breen
a.iti Miss tua Moore were joined in wed
lock by Rev. Father McCartv.
lire fouuu veuuwg or tuJ dav was the
marriage of Mr. Herbert A. Martin and
Miss Annie M. Maiks, which took place
at o'clock this evening. Rev. Father
Cutler performed the ceremony.
A wagon belonging to v. .1. Lown, of
Washington, was struck bv a train on the
.Mount Vernon Electric Radwav this even
ing, shortly aTter 0 o'clock, "and bauiy
inuuKogivmg Day services will be held
in l be different churches.
The Philadelphia steamer Defiance
grounded ar the dock at the shipvurd last
night, and was tielayed in her departure
until 4 o'clock th's morning.
Delegations f-.n Alexandria and George
Mason Councils, Royal Arcanum, with
many acquaintances of the deceased, went
to Tye luver loiiay to attend tne t'uncra.1
of Engineer J. K. Hall.
The Alexandria Library will be re
opened on Wednesday next in Peabody
The body ot Mrs. S. C. Carter, who died
iu Washington on Monday, was brougiic
to this city today and interred. Mrs.
Carter formerly resided in Alexandria, and
was adaughierofMr. John K.tjray.
'Tne Carnival of Months," under the
auspices or Ann Lee Memorial Association,
is pioving to be a success. Armory Hall is
crowded eacn evening, and the special
features for tne amusement of the patrons
of trie fair have been well received. Tne
Morton Cadets, of Washington, have been
invited to visit tne fair on tomorrow night.
A slignt fire occurred about 0 o'cu.ck
this morning in a small frame house on
Wilkes street, between-Wilkes and Gibbon.
John Cochran, tobacconist, No. 1221
Pennsylvania avenue, assigned yesterday.
George W .Summnrswasgranterta divorj.
yesterday from his wife, Alice M. Sum
mers. A section of water main 337 feet long
is" to b lard on the north side of Third
street, between C and D streets southwest.
The Cranford Paving Company has been
awarded the contract for the widening
and 1 enaving or Tenth street northwest, be
tween D and K streets.
Mr. E. J. Real!, jr., has been appointed
inspector upon the work of installing the
electric system along the linea of the
to accommodate the
crowds who are avail
ing themselves of ihe
SPECIAL LOW PIES
IWM. HABN & CO.'Sl
H Reliable Shoe House, 0
I 930 and 932 7th St. N. W. H
1914 anJ 1916 Pa. Ave. g
g 233 Penna. Ave. S. E. S
POSTOFF! CE NOTICE.
Should be read dally, as changes may
occur at any time.
FOREIUW MAILS are forwarded to the
ports of sailing dally, and the scliednle
of closings is arranged on tne presumption
of their uninterrupted overland transit.
For tile week ending November 27, 1S07,
me iasu connecting closes are made at
this office as follows:
FRIDAY-(b) At 7:20 p. m.,Xor Europe,
per s. s. Lucanht, from New York, via
tiueenstown. Letters ror France, Switzer
land. Italy, Spain, Portugal. Turkey, Egypt
and British India must bedlrected "perLu
cauia. (b) At 0:20 p. in. for France, Switz
erland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Turkey,
Egypt and British India, per s. s. La Cham
pagne, from New York , via Havre. Let
ters for other parts of Europe must be
directed "jier La Chainingne."' (e At
10:55 p. m, for Netherlands direct, per s.s.
Obdam, rrom New York, via Rotterdam.
Letters must be directed "per Obdam.'
(c) At 10:55 p. m. for Genoa, per s. s.
Werra, rrom New York. Letters must le
directed "per Wcrra.' (c) At 10:05 p. in.
for Scotland direct, per s.s. Anciioriu, from
New York, via Glasgow. Letters must he
directed 'per Anchorla.' (cl At 10:55
p. m. Tor Norway direct, per . s. Norge.
from New York. Letters must be directed
''per Aorgc. '
PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Gennan
steamers sailing from New York on Tues
days take printed matter, etc., for Ger
many, arid specially addressed printed mat
ter, etc., Tor other parts or Europe.
The American and White Star Meamers
sailing from New York on Wednesdays, the
German steamers on Thursdays, and the
Cunarti, German and French Reamers oh
Saturdays, take printed matter, etc., for
all countries ror which they are advertised
to carry mails.
Mails for South and Central Amer
ica, West Indies. Etc.
THURSDAY (c) At 10:55 p. ra., for
Newfoundland, per s. s. Assyrian, from
Philadelphia. At 10:55 p. m for Brazil,
per s. s. Olbers, from New York, via Per
nainbuco,B,tliia,and Kfojaneir.j, Lettersfor
North Brazil and La Plata countries must
bedlrected " Per Olbers."
FRIDAY (c)At 10:50 p. m. , for St.
Thomas, St- Croix, Leeward nd wind
ward Islands, per s. s. Carribnee, fir.m
New York. Letters for Grenada. Trini
dad, and Tobago must he directed "rK-i-Carribbee.
(c) At 10:55 p. m., for
Fortune Island, Jamaica, Sa vanilla, aud
CaitliHgenn, per a. s. Allejihany.from New
lork. Letters ror uoeta Kica must be
directed "per Alleghany." e)At 10:55
p. m.. for Haiti, per s. s. Andes, from
N'ew York, via Port au Prince, Petit Gave,
Gotiaives.and Jeremle. (cjAt 10:55p. m.,
for Campuche, Chiapas, Tabasco, and
Yucatan, per s. s. Saratoga, from New
York. Letters for other parts of Mexico
must be directed "per Saratoga." c)At
10:55 p. m.,for Grenada, Trinidad, and
Tobago, per s. s. Irrawaddv, from New
SATURDAY id) At 6:25 a. m., for Ja
maica, per s. s. Ardandhn, from New
York. id) At 12:05 p. m., for
. i'ierre-Mhiuelon, per s. s. from North
.Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to Hali
fax aud thence via steamer, close here
daily, except Sunday, at 12:o5 a. m.
and on Sundays only at 11:35 a. m.iU)
Malls for Miquelou, by rail to Boston
and thence via steamer, close here daily
at 3:20 p. m.(u)
Mans ir Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa,
Fla., and thence via steamer to Havana,
sailing Mondays and Thursdays, close here
daily at 3:00 p. in.
Mails ror Mexico, overland (except those
ror Campeohe, Chiapas: Tala.Mxi.and Yuca
tan, which, aftpr the Wcdneslay over
land close, will be forwarded via New
York up to and Including the 1 0:05 p. nt.
closing Friday), close here daUy at 7:10
a. m. (d)
Jtails for Hawaii, per s. s. Australia, from
San FranciJHX), close here daily up to 0:30
p. in. November 24.(d)
Mails for the Society Islands, per ship
Galilee, from San Francisco, close here
dally up to IU30 p. tu., November 24.UR
Mails for China and Japan, specially ad
dressed only, per s. s. Empress of China,
from Vancouver, close here dallv up to
(i.30 d. m., November 20. tdi
Malls for China and Japan, per s. s.
Gaelic, from San Francisco, close here
dally up to December 1, at 6::50 p. m-td
Malls for Australia iexcont rrn .-; for
West Australia, which are forwarded via
Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii. Fiji and
Samoan Islands, per s. s. Mariposa, from
San Francico. close here daily up to 0.30
p. iu. DeccmlKT 3.td)
Mads for Australia (except West Aus
tralia , New Zealand. Hawaii, and Fiji
Islands, per s . s. Aorangi, fiom Vancouver,
close here daily alter December 3, up to
0:30 p.m. December C.td'
Mails fot China and Japan, per s. s.
Tacoma, from Taroma, close here daily
up to December 12. at 0:30 p. m.(d)
(a Registered malls close at 10 a. m.
Ib'Registered mails close at 1 p. m.
tc'Regtstered mails close here at 0 p.m.
same day .
d Registered mails close at 6 p.m.
previous day .
(e'Registered mails close at 1 p.m.
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
J AMES P. W1LLETT, Postmaster.
Capitol Traction Company, at a salary if
$4 per day.
Prof. Gallaway, chief of the division
of vegetable physiology. Department or
Agriculture, has gone to Bermuda, a no
Prof. A. H. YJoodsis acting in his place.
Ellis Kane, Frank Williams, and William
nreiman y rsterday pleaded guilty of ho i.-
breaking and were temanded to jail to
await sentence by Chief Justice P.inghi.
Thcreare two Search-light bUvcle lamps,
one Cyclops, and one Light-welghtCicy .!e
lamp, at the Third precinct nation, ie
covered by Detective Boardman, which
await Identification by the owners.
The uupliiyed game of chess in the first
round of She tourney of the Washington
Chess Club was played off last evening
between Messrs. Tucker and Mundell. Mr.
Tucker opened with a "two knights' de
fense," and Avon in 14 moves.
Fretl Burleigh, the lad who shot himself,
as he says accidentally, iiarGaithersburg,
Tuesday aftei noon, is still in a very critical
condition r.t Freodmnn's Hospital, and his
chances of 1 ecu very are small. The boy's
mother had not been found last night.
.Mrs- Annie Celss, of No- 215 Fouranrt-a-inlf
street, who took a. dose of laudanum
early yesterday morning, as told lu tho
Evening Times, is so far Improved ns to be
entirely out of danger from the poison. It
is said that the woman took the drug to
relieve her pain.
B. & O. BULLETIN.
Baltimore and return, $1. All trains In
both directions Sunday.
Philadelphia and return, $2. . 7:05 and 0
a. m. trains going: Returning orr all regular
trains, Sunday, Noveniber 28.
Dr. Henry's Headache Powders; Instant
relief for all nervousness and sleeplessness.
I Till Noon Today,
The Busy Corner.
8th and Market Space.
8. Kaon, Sons & Go
"We close at 1 o'clock today.
Oar Heartfelt Thanks to Every
Man, Woman and Child
In the District and surrounding country
for their kind and liberal patronage be
stowed upon us during the past year. May
the infant, in the mother's arms of today
deal at thoHUS Y CORNER when he or she
has grown to man or woman hood, and may
the old folks be present when those pur
chases are made.
From 8 to 1 o'clock, at which hour
we close we shall show our appreciation
by giving 5-hour special vaiuea from
several or our leading departments.
A splendid lint; or All-siiKl-ancy Taffeta,
In lignt colors, suitable for waitfts
or lining). 5-nour price SSo
Ladies' Black Beaver Jackets, piaiu
and strap seams, in all sizes a bargain
at 6.00. 5-iiour price S:2.50
Ladles" fine Kersey Jackets, hi black:
and navy; bair-iik lined; all sizes la
the colors comoiued; actually cheap
at S8.08. 5-hour price SS.OO
Latnes' black anu navy Melton ami Ker
sey Jackets; some ail-silk and other only
haiMiueu; Franklin and full .-hape fronts;
made in the best possible manner;
worih $I2andJ15. 5-hour price.. ST.40
05 handsome Novelty Skirts -no two
alike the matoriuts from which tuey are
made ure camel's-halr, cloth, Meltons,
wiupcorns, tasket, cloin plants, Bengaline.
m novelty pattern, and many otiier cftoice
styles; made as rine. and finlslied h well
as the majority of skirts that sell for $15;
the-Hj samples will be sold at tho
uniform price, from a:0O to
1:00 o'clock, for JS4.SO
That Great Sale, of Men's Underwear
goes bravely on I One thousand pieces sold
In one day. The greatest values that ever,
shone forth from any shelf or eoanter
We make a special eitort to supply ihtma
that have a lew leisure morning hours to
You actually get 75c value for. 39c
You actually get $1 value fur 49c
You actually get 1.5u value for....yQo
You actually get S2 value Tor ggo
1,000 Curtain Poles, with brass fixtures
complete. From 8 to 1 o'clock gc
500 single Blankets, in white and
gray. From 8 to 1 o'clock '.-ISO
Ladies Fine Net and Mulle Scans, ruf
fled, and lace edge. From a to 1
Children's All-wool Tarn o'Shanters, In
assorted colors. From a to 1
$1 C. & B. La Sprite Corset; long,
medium and short; in white ami drab
aud black; sizes, 18 to 30. From 8 tol
o clock 75c
Cinldren's Cream Embroidered Cap, rtril
ruche, pompon anil French effects. Worth
from 5:1.00 to $1.09. From S to 1
Ladles Flanelette Short Skirts. Smde
with French yokes. From 8 te 1
Children's White Aprons. All sSesi
slignuy soiled. Worth 38c. Frew 8
to 1 o'clock 3Qc
200 dozen Fine Swiss Handkerchiefs- and
Pure Linen Handkerchiefs for ladies and
children 1 2 1 -2c to 1 9c values. From
8 to 1 o'clock 9 x-2o
Remember we close today at 1 o'clock.
mm nmxKi i:
Stli and Market Spice.
Seventh street entrance. Family Shoe Ston.
Will Go On Your Bsnd
In criminal and civil cases. Will aot ax
receiver, assignee, guardian or trsatea
Will prosecut .'claims or all kinds, ami will
buy and sell such as are assignable. Will
purchase real estate whose title la de
fective or In dlnpute, or will dear bj
titles for owners. Will pay back taxes as
This company makes a specialty ot
street ami teaiti railroad accident cases.
No charge for consultation. Financial as
bltstttnce furnished to litigants on reason
Those about to bring suit for dlvorca
should consult the company before tafcfayr
Washington Law & Claims Co.
JOHN G. SLATER, President,
Ofttet-s, 472 I.ou.Kiitmi Ave. ". Y
I THE MAJORITY OP
1 JOB PIUN'TEUS I
S in all tre large citi of Ameri-
3 ca now employ electricity as the &
fi power to operate itnAr ptantM. m
tj They find it not obIv safer, more ;T
S reliable, but much cheaper than o
S steam. g
h L. S. ELECTRIC LIGHTING CG
( 213 14th st. uw. 'Phone 77. ft
gt no'l-tf R
QST 7S3 '253 5E" glg& SSS q
Is near, and you should send a nice ptaat
or box of flowers to yur tnt friend and
there is no better piuce to bay them than
at J. R. FREEMAN'S, 612 13th a, uw.
GG2 S SS3 StoStt S3j?aa SSSS SS SSZQ
All-wool, Heavy- gS
weight buits maae
to order Latest de-
i? ;n 7ft-. Qr M. w t?
7th St. N. W.
a . ... w.. ..- ... 0
BjC. o STOKAUE CO..
. X KJ. Et.ne.-$l to S3
10 to 16 E
Your Thanksgiving Turkey
Will be Tender if
BREZ Sharpens Your Carving Km&
C. BREZ, Cutler,
COO 13th St. N. w.
1 . ,s
it ran lw rivm wittiont tlir tnoiT'.cUsrr ot
be patient in , jt, c. ti-i r .-irtu-'.fs of food: 'will
ifrct a permanent :ui'l ii.-etiv tun-, whether tsa
.dient I a mrnVrste ilrmVr "r . alcholic wwk.
Hook of mrtit-iiiant free, to be ha-1 of
. William X- C 01k X. V St.. . W ir.khtjl, D.C
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Proo'l. Cincinnati. 0.
JPVfWSir!ll..-" R - ' - " ':
WOODBURY'S FACIAL SOAP
will eradicate all blemishes of the skin,
and render tne complexion clear, soft and
beautiful. Woodbury's Facial Cream, for
freckles, is unequaied. fcenu 2UC. for a
sample of Woodbury's Grand Toilet in
hinatlon Hook on Dermatology. J H-Woodburv-.
Dermatologist. 127 "W. 42U
l St., N. Y.
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