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THE atOIENTNG- TIMES, THURSDAY, ATTGrTJST 22. 1895.
PAID HIM LAST TRIBUTE Many Washingtonians at the Fu neral of Justice Strong. n l llT Trustees to Usjtlie Miner Build ing for Colored Children. Hov, Dr. Ton nil Hamlin Ono of the Officiating I'aHtoris Favorito Hymns of the Deceased. SPECIAL SESSION OF BOAED 3Sl-4S - PROTESTS i II MIL s r 50c BOW 39c . m, ? fTVSSS'S'SSSS1 iWin & aiftfflri a m mmSftM asH Pkisre5i$ Urn Cool Mornings AND Cool Nights Suggest Warm Things For the Little Ones. One lot of Children's Sacques, hand-knitted, made of best quality washable worsted, per fect fitting, with large sleeves". All sizes. Colors, Pink, Blue, and White, Special price, Lets of infants' warm er wearables. All kinds. All prices. 15 dozen Ladies Gingham Aprons, lie. Instead of 15c. 12 dozen Ladies White Lawn Aprons, 15c, Instead of 25c. iW. f AZH, 422, 424, 42f 7th St. 7 ONE MORE CHANCE! "W f lows ae"J! u continue lbs H'oe''- s t lfi wxt Mull, ii it unlay idKt Ureal Cowdate fur housek"Jlcri. MATTINGS. CARPETS. RUGS, BELOW COST AND ON CREDIT! All Carpet made and Uid absolutely fioenf cm. K cinige for w-4 in Miaichiuc figures. Jill ireliiiip cut aud tacked don fora plain 'ih.i"ks-'OU." Arrange tb" i-nient lo sail your own con veniwiee Vkceki; or icouibly. Nonotos No interest. Mattings. dWattings-this week..223ayd. 40c Jflaittnss this week-.. 20c ayd. 35c Matting, this week..l7Jcayd. 30c Mattings this week 15c a yd. 25c Mattmsjs this week12c a yd. Carpets ! AH-Wocl Inarraln Carpet regular 70c qualities Now Very heavy Union Ingrain Carpet. Sold every wheie lor40c. aya-d. Now Best quali Double Extra Brussels Carpet. Others asK SI.I5 per yard. Our price Cood Quality Brussels Carpet 75c. elsewhere Our pncfe : 45c Yd. 27iCYd. 70g Yd. 472cYd. Splendid Brussels Carpet worth and s Did for i per yard. This week 60c Yd, GROGAN'S Mammoth Credit House - 819-821-823 7th St. I . Between H and I Sts. UMblJfiD ""lung A nn i HEM PLEFI, Optician EDrCATiOSAL. Clas-i C .ud 1ui.ii.nh urc of mid le li ii l -w ill if p' I) TumI.in Kejl1li hsr 3 T!.r"- f r s iol.iilnp- t.;M-n i- all rsHiip' i no' .-. will I). uiefcifd fur on Au i;ust29.'J aud tl Torparli ul.rsaWr, llvv COUMIMns (jlLLll'Il-. H. J., 2reKleii( andTnasurtr. aull-lmo 18G4. 1890. EUT1CATI0N TOR HHAL MPB FOR SONS AND DAUGHTERS. TJie SjKoerian liafduosh Colk-ge, National ItauU of the. KshiMic liudding, cor.TUiaadl) nw. DayaiMiiiight. EUbbioUS. si'i:nci:uian In tle Katiouxl Capital and Uiroughout the oftry, is a household word, awoaated wiUi thorough bupuiess iraiuing and a prfKTus csareer. TJc thirtj-firet wjIioIubUc year of this jmpuiar niMitiUtiou iKjutb Monday, Sep tcsiber 2, lb95. Five deiJartments, Aiz.. Practical liasineM,, including complete lioobkeepi:i? course, English, rapid cal culations. raid writing, iurral and social oaiiure. Drtarie 8jhteui of exprehion, civks, poliocal eooiHrtuj and conunerciai law I'ractnal English, with uiiiiatory boetkwpmg. Shonhand and Typewriting, lnciHduii: l.nglMi; Spencenan Rapid Writ ing, Mntiiaincal and Agnwltural Drawn. Pall irps of thoroughly tramc-d teachers. Locaiion central. Spacious, tirillianllj lighted, handsome haltfc and dai-rioius. Henice of gradu atetalwajs in ddnand. Terms moderate, liat no coniieutiou witli cheap fccuools. The leading iMismess men of "Washington were iraioed in Uiu. college, and bend tlieir earn and t'Hughtern and candidates for emplovnipiii lierc for training. Ttato eollope received from the "World's Coteiul'iau conimi&sion, a diploma for "Esceileiicv of Studeutfi "Work" in all of the above departments. Office open eery business day and Blgtet, on and aTtcr Monday, August 12. "Write or call for new annual anuouuee tntwt. MRS. SARA A. SPENCER, Principal and Proprietor. 2Jl-ft-WZT7G ami Painting. Thorough iimtructiou for artists, teachers, dec orators, designers, illustrators, parents, and children, m every branch of art. Portraits to order in every stylo, from $10 lo $3,000 Old or mjuied pictures cleaned, Yanrished, restored, in the most skillful manner. 502 E st. aw. au22-3t XJiA.irrZKG SCBLOOX.-Mra. Hail matin's Normal Training Schopl for at La Forte, Ind , lias been transferred lo "Washington. Mrs. Hailmann will re ceive applications at her retideuce, 140 i Basan st uw., between 10 and 11 o'clock fc. in. aul8-lw OUS WaFBli'LrB w! J Ba b Sob S CM THREE QUIET WEDDINGS Artist DeLancey Gill to Bring His Bride to Washington. Belgian Minister I Established at .Newport Hon. Carroll D. Wright In MiiMuehusettN. TIms mum of Miss Kmm Itebeee Gr 4tttMr WtUtumH McCauley wasipjMIy wutu-d al 10 'cluck jejiienlay iimm--MK M e ltrmmrv f lHv fawtltRs of the bftp Ml tnNN Kev Mr Williams ofD- The Iwttfe wore a kawfct trawling pown iT Mae ant ftraj clmtt tnMMl wiUt tHut-Mfc atMl lac, mud Mat l luawn Ur wan iriTt In marriawt y brr Itrmtow, Mr Jimimm A Uni4M Mr V.iMMtm I. Clark, of HMndelyti, attMkxl U sttiuiii an tviit IBM Atitr ttoe tMartrasf tb In1h mii! srowa I-ft tltf cMj- mi an iarly train for a imnltent irut, wto-lt Mill iactMk. a vfait u N-v YwrU. H4m. Narmpmwit, awl Newport. 1 ikmi ttortr n'twni t Wat4ii:tB tla'V will lc at tniHjirter fefjrtlKT 5, at No 8-1 1 MHW'l MMHlK'fl-t AiioOkt marriaRf whifh twik jlace wirly iM'riay M'a IhHt ol M. .Ie.ile I. ilowanl'io Mr William GetUnoi Tile -entiKHiy was jhtForimiI lti Ctiri"t Claircli, wiien- Itt'v Mr. Wlllianii orriciall. Tbv bride's "own wh ol ItroMlea pattern of Hk lnuined with -velvet and laie Mr aiKl Mrs Ueiunger leit lor a north ern trip Mr. Jolm V. i:iilianks,n proiniiient jounj; dragsist of Tonrcsb Monroe, Ya., anil Miv Annie Jjorelta Uociohue. of 0wc'o, N. Y.. were quietly uwrriwl h ltiv. FatJier K-;u attlicCliurcliof UwIminaculateCoiicej'tiou, at -1 o'clock j-OBtertlay afternoon. Only a few of the jomijj people', most Intiiuate frioiMls witntssed the ceremony. Mr. and Mr-, llulanks dopartl on a tliort wedding tour, after wlncli tliey will return to Fortre-s Monroe, tlieir future home. Mrs. Uurt.'U Harrison is Fpendinj; the month of .pust traveling in Canada. TUr siiUmate fru-nds atMTt Uiat iiii ih for the liurimM! of Katiierins nsatenal for home forUicomlug writing. Wliatever the rea son. Mrs. Uurton Harrison lias certainly comtancd lusines wiUi pleasure m Uit? mst estiaplary manner, inasiimcii as durfaiR Iter travels, her collage at Newiwrt has len leased at a lugli figure to Mr. and Mri Henry "Whitney, of 1 oston, who later In Uiv autumn will go to their own collage on the Jerusalem ltoad at that rewrt. Rev E. "Hez Swt-ni, of the S-iond Baptist Church, lias reuirned from his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. YanReiwsalaer Crugerare at presejit, at Newport, tke gusth of Mr. J. J. YaaAJea at lis villa, "WakeJiursu" Mi! Sarsb Spriggs has gone to Arundel-oo-lJn-Bay for an otrtliig. Mr. Harvey i'ag and family are pend ing the samroer at tlieir country place lR-ar .Sandy Bpriiig, Mil. A marriage that will be of Jnteicd to WasidngtoiiiaMS in tlial ol Mr. DeLaiuey W. Gill, Um ariiM. or Ihte city, to iliss Mar Irvln "WriBbt. on Moaday, the lUth int. TtM inarriage IojIe place in Trinity Oiurcb. AktRviMe. N. C Mr. GiH will bring bi lrte to ma K h-r Ikmjm-i tbis city alter Novo4cr 1 at No. 3 1 1 1 Road trt'U Mrs. Geri TV. Cwxfcs is Jipewding fiome time at MartbaV Vineyard. Gen. fit"! ha Rone to Itabylon, E. 1 . for a vl4t He tsrrlvwl lbTe last wH-k. Upon tlMr c?rH to Waahiaglon in tbf m(wi GfM. ad Mrs. SeborieW wtt mAivl a bo- ia wlikh to tpend tle wtalcr. an they gave ap the liav or Hit- bow-e on Omiinit avenue in which tlMy wave lived ever Hmv lln-.r marrkige. Commander Ritiiard P. Leary, Unitwl Slates Navy. In fin-iMling the present month al Loom Eakc, one of the Rangelcj Oakcs, in Maine. To a womnn, Mi-8 Marj- Prince, or New York, daughter of the widow of Dr. Alfred L. Eoomlh, belongs the honor of having killed the first deer this season in the Little Tupper Lake region of the Adiron dacks. Ex-Senator Edmunds and family are f-pening the summer at Newport, where he has leased the Arnold collage on Rhode Island avenue and in which lie will remain until late in the autumn. Mrs 01c Bull and her daughter are spend ing the summer at the Poland Spring Hotel, Maine. non. Caroll D. W'i ight isspending thesum iner at Hanepashmet, on the north shore of Massachusetts, where he has a summer home. The Belgian minister is already estab lished for Uie remaining portion of the season in the Robinson cottage at Newport. Mr. Padilla, of the Spanish legation, is at tke Robmson cottage, Newport, for the re mainder of the season. Miss Minnie Eariholomae lias returned home after a few weeks visit to her cousin, Miss Lizzie Goebel. Rev. "Watson Care, pastor of Grace M. E. Church, of tins city, spent his vacation of several weeks at Asheville, N. C. He had a most enjoyable time and returned at the close of last week very much benefited. Albnay, N. Y, Aug. 21. All Saint's Cathedral was to-day the tcene of a quiet but interesting wedding, that of Miss Mary Elizabeth Maiming to Mr. Jules Cornelius Yon der Oudermeulen, of the Hague, Holland. Miss Manning is the youngest daughter child of the late Secre tary of the Treasury, Daniel Manning. Tae wedding was celebrated by thellev. Thomas L. Pulcher, canon of the cathedral, at high noon. MANY DELEGATES PRESENT Irish Catholic BGii8Volent Union Begins Its Convention. Important Mmsiire-. to Jle Considered T.-.lay CImiis" In the Constitu tion Contemplated. The twenty-seventh annual convention f the IrlMi Catholic llenevolent Union of the Fulled States and Canada convened yesterday nt 10 a. in in St Mary's Church, Fifth near II Mreet nortliwertt. There were present more than 100 delegates, repre senting 112 umieties from eight different Slate and Canada. The formal opening of theconventlon was prcccdVd by the celebration of solemn hijth iiwm bj Rev. George Glaab, pastor of the tliuroh. The bushii-As session was conducted by President Edwin Gaw-Flanigau, who in a short address referred to the Important ineasuri'i which v.-ould be brought up lor consideration at this meeting. 01 these he mentioned eernl amendments to the con stitution and bjlaws, whith it would be wise not to act on too hastily. The session was occupied in hearing the reports ol the nunmittee on credential? and siaudiiig committees. The meeting adjourned at 2 p. m., to meet again this morning at the same place at K) o'clock. The meeting this morning will be the most important and interesting of the session, as all the pro posed umci.dments to the constitution will be discussed separately, some of the moM. prominent members of the union taking part. One of'the important ami interest ing matters winch will come up for i-'is-cussiuii will be the elimination of the word "Irish" from the name of the or ganization. The name as it now stands is not, as one of tLe officers said yesterday, according to the fitne&s of things. The union lias among its members, lie said, men of all nationalities, and never has been an ex clusively Irish organization. AXACOSTIA X15WS. A brilliant reception was held last even ing by Dr and Mrs A M Green at their home on Jeffer-on street The affair was in honor or Dr Green's Sunday-school class of the Aunco-iia Methodist Chinch. The grounds were beautifully lighted with large Chinese lanterns, and palms and cut flowers added to the beaut of the interior Mr Green received the joung ladies of the class The members present were Mims Sadie Pumphiey, Emma Bow en, Ida Linger, May Pjlts, Edith Pjles, Mary McLean, May Hallow ell, Nottie Ander son, Geoigie Grove, Laura Anderson. Ada Anderson, Ella Smith and Stella Fort Among otheis present Were Miss Signor Guerdrum, Mis Nettie Drunmtond, Mt Jo seph Drununond, Mr Giant Green, Mr. Charles Linger and Mr John Fort Re freshments weie served amid a piofusion of cut flowers and palms An impirmptu musical programme added lo the features of the evening. Mrs Shanks, of Jackson street, has recovered from her illness. .Mr. Johnson, of Minnesota avenue, who has iK-cn HI with tjphold fever, has recoeied. Mr and Mr- H A. Griswoid, who have been viMtlng fuemLs in New Ei gland, are exacted home to-day. "William Hall, living on the Hamilton road, reported to the police some time ago that Smith, the negro who assaulted Mrs Hall, had Ix'cn wen in his jaid Icokirg at seme pigs At ibe time the intruder accosted Mr Maggie Hall, "William's, wife, a ro se started in pursuit ot the villain but lie es caped Tuesday he was again teen in the vicinity, and yesterday forenoon while Mrs Hall was absent from the house some one entered and stole a silver watch and 00 cents in rhange The thic-r Lad but a few minutes to accomplish his purpose, as Mrs Hall returned soon and discovered her loss. The theft was icported to the police and a fearch was last evening made in Ship ley's woods for the uegio, who was believed to be far in the country. It is now thought that another negro ispiowling In the woods near the Hamilton road. Edward Butler was arrested yesterday by Policeman Farquliaron a charge ofpettj larceny Butler worked for a man named Bruce, on Hairlson street, and was not long ago discharged Recently Bruce missed a large pistol, and after an investigation Butier was charged with the theft "Word was received last ii'ght by Dr W G Daieuport ol the nirhal uNcw Yoik of the box supposed to contain the ruueh looked for effects of Mr Dana Davenport The box is expected to arrive in "Washing ton to-night and early in the morning the anxious parents will view its cements as scon as opened at the department. KENSINGTON NEWS. Master Havlland Doran is visiting in "Washington Miss ritzgerald, of "Washington, is the guest ol the l"--es Hatdy. Mr. George Pljer is critically ill at his uomeinKeiisingtonlleights. Mr Harry Calhoun, of Baltimore, has been visiting Major J. "W. Blackburn. Miss Edna Hardy, of "Whealon, has been spending a few dajs at Piney Point. Mrs S C. Mitchell has leturncd to her home in "Washington afte-r a visit toKensing ton Heights. "Rev. and Mrs. Robert M. Moore are spending a week in Gaithcrsburg. Misses Maggie and Fannie Earn, of "Wheaton.are thegucsts of friends in Texas, Md. Miss Beulah Bohrer, who has been for some time the guest of her cousin, Miss Minnie Hutchinson, has returned to her home in "Washington. Miss Beulah Eardy has returned home from a week's visit to "Washington The meeting of the town council has been postponed until Monday evening, when it will be held at the residence of Mayor Detrick. Mayor and Mrs. R. P.. Delrick returned yesterday from a visit to Nomini Creek. Va. President Whulpley Explain Tliut Improvement Belli;; Jlmlc In the Stevens ScInnl Header the Tmiiv fov XeeeHMio There Are 000 lu pils to Bo Provided For. A special meeting of the board of school trustees was held yesterday in the Franklin School Building, corner of Thirteenth and K btreets northwest, to consider the protests or residents tu the vicinity of the Miner Building, on Seventeenth street northwest, against the occupancy of that building by the colored pupils from the SteveiiH Bchool, corner of Twenty-first and K streets northwest. The meeting was called to order at 3 p .in., President Wbclplcy in the chair The other members cf tli eboard present were Messrs. Harries, Darlington, Hazen. Wilson, Shndd, Bruce, and Cornish. The nectsviit) for the use of the Miner or some other suitable and convenient building for the nccotnmodatluu of the pupils lrotii the Stevens school was explained by President Vbelpley to result from the extensive rebuilding and Im provements being made on tL 'alter build ing. NEED OF A Bl'ILDING. Tlie.su Improvements will take some con siderable time for completion, and during their progress it was necessary that school accommodation should be provided Tor the pupils. Th"Miner building was tendered theechool board for this purpose by the trustees of the Minr fund, and it was never Imugined that any objection would be raised, particularly as it w.ib well known that the occupancy would bo only temporary The enlarge ment and improvements being made at the Stoons school are extremely necessary Tor the comtort and health of the 9GG pupils who are enrolled. It was clearly the duty of the board, he said, to se to it that a suitable place for the accommodation of the pupils of that school was proMded and the Miner build ing was tho best and only place to be found oven if the Imanl was able to pay a rental. ALREADY HAVE PREPARED. Tho board hasgonetf the expeiiEeof mak ing such alterations as, was necessary and removing all the lurrifluro lrom the Stevens school to the Miner building, preparatorv to th" opening of thl: public schools on Sep tember 2G. Taking all the circuhntnnccs into consider ation it was, unanimously dtcided as the sense of the meeting that the -Miner building shall be used for the accommodation of the pupib from the Stevens school, unless some more com enient and suitable building can be obtained without expense lo the board of tru-iecs Ex-Senator Bruce, one of the board, is verymuch amused, hesajsovertjienumerous 1ifW0papericpDri9th.it he ill not 1 ea can didate lor reappointment as a member of the board of trustees The appointment, lie said, is junely complimentary, and there is no appljlng or fishing for it Ilels at a loss to kin. w how the report origi nated, as he sajs he has never intimated any such intention to an one ELOPED FROM RICHMOND. Charles YV. A run II and Miss Mnile lXivhj Married ut the National. "Married at 7 30 this evening; will be home in Fie mornu.g; both well and happy," was t'ae telegram font from here last night by an eloping couple from Rich mond, who were united in marriage in the parlor of the National Hotel The parties to this ci nscdy on the wing were .Mr Charles "W Arunll and Mics Maggie Davis, both of Richmond, and prominent in its fecial circles The bride is a cavghur of City Conrcil man Geo B DaMs.ai d the'groom is coti nected with the firm of Jenkins &. "Walthall, The lady appeared to be about eighteen years or age and is quite pretty. The groom is an illustration of the adage that handsome is as unndsoiite does. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Rich, of Trinity Episcopal Church. .Mr. T F Ellis, the editor of the Daily Hotel Register, gave the bride a way, and Air. Eppa Hunto'i Maddo, the clerk at the hotel, w.t the witness. The happy couple leit the city at 8:30 last night lor Richmond, where they will make their peace with he parental authori ties and explain matters to the: society peo ple, who are no doubt in a flutter over the interesting romance Seaman's. Suit Dismissed The suit of Manuel Thomas, a deck hand on the schooner John S Ames, who had an attachment levied on the vessel for the pajment of one month's wages, was dis missed jesterday by Judge Mt Comas, it was proven that Thomas deserted the boat. Alrendy tliebeM evening newspaper in Yv'nslilnuton The Evening Tunes ono cent. Bargains , are often advertised, but it rearty hap pens that they are seasonable. It's "usually at the end of the season, when your wants are supplied, and to get the benefit of the reduced price you must buy and keep them on hand F months. Not so with this sale of ''DIMICK stock of CARPETS. It comes just at the threshold of fall, when all ' your thoughts are Carpets, and it saves you from $5 to $25 a room. Crowds grow that much richer here every day. Why not you? Moqucties, 75c. 75 and goc. Tapestry, 48c. $1.25 Wilton High Pile Velvets, 75c, $2.25 Royal Wiltons, $1.25. Patterns and quantities grow more limited daily. So tlie sooner yon come the better the selection. Carpets, Furniture, and Drapery. Cor. Pa. Ave. & 8fch St. R"nding, Pa., Aug. 21. The body or ex Justico William Strong arrived in Rend ing last night and was taken to the chapel in Charles Evans Cemetery. This morning a plastnr mabk was taken of the face of the d'iceas.'d by U. S. J. Dunbar, of Washington. The funeralservices, which, of brief charac fr, were held in thecliapelthisafternooniu th'J presence of the family, consisting of Mrs. A. M. Slail", of New York, Mitscs Mary and Julia Strong, or Washington, daugh ters or the deceased; Rev. Edward Strong and wito, oT Pittsfleld, Mass., a brother; Th"odore Strong and daughters, MUsea E and May Strong, Piltston; Mrs. J. Htroug, William Strong, Jr.; 11. II. Warner. ex-Com-niisflloii'.'r Douglas, Washington; Rev. Dr. Talbot W. Chamtwra, New York; Rev. W. II. Rica, Stateii I alii ud; Judge Ruliert N. Wil son, of Philadelphia, and "Warner Hurley, the ex-Justice's body servant, of Washington, I). C. lu addition to the nlwve Judges Ennen trout, Eudlleh. and Bland, and u large number of the members of the local bur, wei present. The ceremonies were ex ect.ugly short, consisting of the reading of Scriptures, prayer by Rev Dr. Tcums Hamlin, pastor of Covenant Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C., and the Rev. George lleckmau, of Olivet Pnbyierian Church, litis city, No remarks were made. The choir of olivet Presbyterian Church sang -"Lead, kindly light," and "Abide with Me," favorite- hymns of the deceased ALEXANDRIA HAPPENINGS. Mr James E. Clements, superintendent of public schools for Alexandria county, has granted teachers' certificates to Mr. Henry S Petty and the Misses Mary Mul cahy, Ruth II Bolway, Daisy Spicer, Svlvia A Fritz, and Bettic W Nevitt, white, and to Allan R Plnkney, George L Seuton, Edward A. Hooffman, Henry While, Luelan II Thompson, Hathe I. Jackson, and Susie P Rabb, colored The county schools will open next month. The schools or Alexandria city will again tills j ear lie filled to overflowing, but as the appropriation has not been increased no extra schools can be opened Alexandria is having just now a grut deal of trouble with the garbage problem It is claimed that the city's garbage arts do not pay some sections of the city a visit more than once a month, and there are loud complaints from householders that tlieir garbage cans are filled to ojerilowing and thu they cannot get it removed The wagons are owned bv the corporation, and are under the control of the citj council committee on poor, whose attention has been tailed to the matter This trouble, with the other trouble over the garbage that the city is having, will surely lead to the erection in this city of a garbage Incinerating plant. " Patrick Cairns, the tramp, who has been held here since Saturday last on a charge of having robbetl WJNkmi 1 z,nn l'n a Southern Railway train or S10, was un charged yesterday evening, it being ascer tained that he is not the man -wanted It is understood that the trial trip oer the new line of the "Washington, Arlington and Mount Vernon Railway from Ros lyn to Arlington will be made on Tilday uexl, and after thai time the cars will be run on a regular schedule It is understood that early next week a meeting will lie held In West End, Fairfax county, foi the purpose ol inaugurating a movement looking to the bringing ol that village into the city of Alexandria Little Bertie Phillips, who Jumped from ' a train at Cap May on Friday iastandes caped unhurt, is home Murrliige Licenses. Licencs to marry have been issued as follows. William Henry Day and Fannie Fowler. Grant Hill and Mary Garnett. John Yirgil Eubank., of Tortress Monroe, Ya., and Annie Loretta Donohue, of Os wego, N. Y. Vt'iUUnn Duncan and Maggie Burke. Marion R.H. Stewart and Rosa G.Moxley. Charles B. Blakeiu-v aud Maj B. Gudgin. Middle Hansborough and Carrie Ellsmore. of Leesburg, Ya. Charles W. Arnall and Maggie L. Davis, both of Richmond, Ya. John G. Wan en and Elanore L. Mulere. Harrj O'Neill and Com G. Kahlert. John A . Dra vvbaugh a nd Gertrude Iseman. Reulien II. Henderson and Delia Jones. William F. Pomeroy, of Westmoreland county, Va., and Emma L Humphrey. Arrested for Stealing Clothes. Sarah Blair, a colored girl residing at No. 2 Snow's court, was arrested jester day afternoon for the Alexandria poliie charged with the theft of a ha of clothing from Air. Godfrey, of Alexandria. The clothes were found in the house and taken to iwlice headquarters. She claimed, how ever, that they were left at her house by a colored man named George Gans, who told her he had bought them. The Evening Times is the paper that everybody buyis! thntbns been tho most popular ot tho soavm it FIFTf CKNT. Il Irt ; pK 41k. la ox cluslve riauonn nuil dozens, ant baa th- Terr Latri! na.tint flub t ik tae Aurm. elusive guilts 1 uriilshf r can tell y . wuai tSnM wniumiraa. i uu tuu uuj jiui urns ajllDCT oil day. The Bon Marche, 3it AND aw XEW.NTH ST n w DAUGHTERS OK J-IHEHTY. Elect ton of Of fleer a nd Adjournment , to Meet Again Next Year. The National Count II r thf Daughters of Liberty, whieh baa Iteea in pommm for two dnys at Golden Cntas Hall, N. 316 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, adjourned sine tile yeirtenbiy afternoon, the next place of meeting to be Jlancberter.N V. Thl coiuK-ll !k an auxiliary of the United Order or Amerk-au Alechanlcs. The ob jects of bo!! orders are of a patriotic nature and are based on Hit Idea of Amer ica for Americans, and especially as to the fostering of the public school system. The otricers aver that there is neither politics nor religion hi the constitution or laws of cither body. The United Order of American Mechanics is not affiliated with the Knights of Labor They do not construe a mechanic to be what is known tetlmically as a mechanic but they use the term in the broad original sense of any toiler with head, feet, or hand, so that it would include a tvpe writer. . The total membership of the order is 27,000, there having been a gain of S.000 in the past year The business of the present session was largely to hear the annual reports of the executive officers, which were read and found lo be satisfac tory, and for the election of officers The organization includes eight State councils and 400 subordinate count ils, of which Hope, No 1, and Independent, No 2, are of Washington The off it-era elected yesterday were W N. Suaonds, of Connecticut, national counselor, Mrs Came "Wilson, of New York, associate counsel; E G Badger, of Pennsylvania, nat-onal vice counsel; Airs Llzle Stephens, of New Hampshire, na tional associate vice counsel; "W 0. Staples, or Cotinectiuct. secretary; Miss Esther Smith, of New York, assistant secretary; G II Burde, of New York, national treas urer; Mrs Fannie Johnson, of Connecticut, associate treasurer; Airs Jennie Focht, of Ohio, guide; Mrs Letty Brunswick, or In diana, inside guard; W A Daniel, of Vir ginia, outside guard Hold Attempt at Dayliuht Robbery. Spencer, Mass . Aug. 21. A bold aiuiur to rob the National Bank was made this noon During the ik-on hour toe bank is closed and the burglars, lakner advantage of the absence of the employ-, pried optttt the corridor d.ior with a "jimmy, hut did not have time to rea -1 the vault bef.f the bank clerks returned. Labor Day Excursion f the Eccentric Engineers to Marshall Hall fen- he Ir-m-M of the widows ,-r Da and Fliiilii mdTi'f II fli . I W d inir a orJKJDilLX Of Our Entire Stock of egardless of Cost I It's not too late for you. Many hot, sultry claj-s yet to come, when you will long for coolness and comfort. An ocean of styles and weaves to choose from, at prices much lower than we have ever quoted. Jaconet Lawns, were 2z, now &C Anderson's Zephyrs, were 25c, now 1YzC French Organdies, were 37 c, now 23 C Duck Suitings, were 12c, now 9C A big lot of Silk Lengths, suitable for waists, at 50 cents on the dollar. in Euarv flo nQninsan HE &0S W idUi .lausiyyi i'-i j 811 Market Space. . ola ro at wbHate it My ar staple 1 l aC-B'J BWCIt rrMNT tttf W I JOSt SOMETHING TO EAT that is tasty and yet Inex pensive Is not always easy to think of. A visit to one of our stores would possibly help you. Emrich Beef Co. itala Market 130.l3I2Kd Street N.W. Telejmone air. Kraueh MarSeM 1713 Jtthst. nw; 3K llthsr nvr; fctfi and Al Bli nw:3UCi7 31 st nw; 21st and K sts. nw; SIS Ind. Ave aw; 3:h and I sta. nw; 4th, and I sis. nit; :ti st. and Pa. Avo uic liih st. and X Y. Ave. nvr. Absolutely Painless Dentistry. Noma tto r what operations are necessary to put your teeth, in gootl condi tion, we'll per lijrm them q ni e k. 1 j-, ex I ertly. alid with ontcausmc eTen the slightest pain Our charges are cot at all hujh. AH enr wor Is of the most satis lactory sort. .Extraction, 50 cents. Evans Dental Parlors, 1217 Penn. Avenue N. W. HYGIENIC -EEALTnFUIV THE HAKDEST-TIIE BEST. HADE OP PLKESjIMUNC WATER. 'lcltfphoawtL uaictlLaist.a.w TJNDERTAEXKS. J IUJA.M LE& . UNDER TAKER. T?J2 Pennsylvania arenas aftrtHweat Pirst class service. PhocsZasS Jyt-Jtai DIED. KELLER Ob Tuesday, Angus 20. lfrbo. at 12 o'clock p. in., M h late residence, 001 1-2 Fourth street aorth wrw. Samuel Frto Keller, agd hfty-roHr years. Fuf- FnJy. AUKtMt 23. at 2 p. m., t rm Ce ..lenary M. E. Cbtureb. Lauwi, Md. Tram leav B. A O. Aepot 2 15. Kto tivea and frier inruea to atteati. t Palttmore papere ptat W. NAYLkK u Auxat 21. ISM a 5:13 oclx.k, p m . Marl L.. ib lafan daughter of K P. al Laura T XajttMV aged tear month and twrty-e dayn. I" n-tal fnn r.-Hkiem-. b 12H Four 3ti a-balf tr-.-t .oontbwet. August 2J. ..- ; .. ..!. J u & rat private rw .ZJZ&S i i.m.iiii. Jc Ilk