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THE TIMES. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY. NOYEMBEB 5, 15m
Over 6o Shoe Salesmen
Will Be Kept
Busy as Bees Today
liahn & Co. S g
3 Stores. f
We again quote
Many being the result of
"Old Glory" lead
pencil free for
the asking with
all shoe purchases
have we sold half
as many chil
dren's shoes. Nev
er before hae we
sold half as good
shoes for such lit
200 pairs Infants' quilted satin eider
down trimmed bootees, in pink, light
blue, cardinal and white. Reeular T3c
SPECIAL, TODAY 0U
Boys' and girls' solid serviceable
shapely kid, box calf and satin calf
spring heel shoes, single and double
soles. All sizes up to 2. Qualities that
cannot be bought anywhere un-
SPECIAL TODAY....V. B90
Boys' and girls' best wearing vici kid
spring heel shoes, double sole, exten
sion edge, vtlde back stays, lace or
button, in wide, medium and pointed
toe. Excellent J1.D0 qualities, ff ( I C
SPECIAL TODAY P I J
Our famous Indestructible "Victor"
double sole black and russet shoes for
bo s, bull dog and opera toe. all sires.
Price would be 12 had we not con
tracted for 10.005 pairs.
Black cheviot cloth
Ovcrtjaiters for men and
women. Today 15c.
WM. HAHN & CO.'S
Corner 7th and K
ftESDLTS OP THE RACES.
Cincinnati, Nov. 4. The weather was
pleasant, the track fast, the card Inter
esting and the attendance good at La
tonia today. Summaries:
First race One mile. Stockholm, 10 to
1. won; Domlnls, second, Leonag, third.
Second race Five furlongs. Souchon,
even, won; Miss Josephine, second. Pri
mavera, third. Time, 1:02.
Third race Seven furlongs. Yuba Dam,
C to 1, won: Miss Ross, second. Horseshoe
Tobacco, third. Time, 1:18 3-4.
Fourth race Mile and seventy yards.
Rotha, 3 to 2, won; Oromo, second, Gage,
third. Time, 1:46 3-4.
Fifth race Six furlongs. Shlnfane, 7
to 5, won: Rice, second, Friesland, third.
Sixth race One mile. Can-I-See-'Em,
7 to 1, won; Motllla, second, Egbert,
third. Time, 1:42 1-2.
Chicago, Nov. 4. There were no special
features at the races today. The weath
er was pleasant, but a strong wind re
tarded the horses on the back stretch.
Four favorites won. Summary:
First race-Five furlongs. Helen's. Pet,
CO to 1, won; Hanlight, second, Nora. Ives,
third. Time, 1:03.
Second race Six furlongs. Andes, C to
t, won; Cathedral, second, Tcnole, third.
Time. 1:15 3-4.
Third race Mile and an eighth. Dr.
Bhepard, 1 to 5, won; Globe II, second,
Muskadlne. third. Time. 1:571-2.
Tourth race Five and a half furlongs.
Dave Waldo, 6 to 5, won; Ferroll, second,
Good Friend, third. Time. 1:09.
Fifth race One mile. Facade, E to 2,
won; Harry Nutter, second, Nailer, third.
Sixth race Seven furlongs. Free Lady,
8 to 1, won; Hardly, second, Don Orsino.
third. Time. 1:281-2.
New York. Nov. 4. Although three fa
vorites went through at Aqueduct today,
It was rather a trying afternoon for the
talent, as all but one of the successful
first choices were at odds on. The blue
pencil was more in evidence than might
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FOLEY'S BANNER SALVE is a Healing Wonder.
EDWAllD STEVENS, Pa. are. and Sth tt. mr.
JOHX W. JENXIXGS, 1H2 Conn. are.
BUTTON & HILTON, 22d and h sts. nw.
L. S. DAY k CO., nth and P it, nw.
HUHLEBAUS'S riUnUACT, nth and V Et. nw.
J. R. CASSIN. 7th and SI ttn. nw.
A. T. BRONAl'CU, 7th and P sts. nw.
H. C. EASTEBDAY, X. J. are. and Q its. nw.
C H. WEISS. Anacostia.
Our tkrpp hio- stores have been
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all the week, bo crowded mat at times we coma, uui wn up"
all, so we have again increased our force of sales people for to-
moirow. It is no secret why we are so busy! It is acknowl-
edged that such fine shoes as we are selling have nver "been sold
in Washington before at any p-ice,
T lirnltifirrtMi hofftM nt imrn'i
lower than you pay at other stores
Special Prices for Saturday.
recent extensive and advantageous
Probably no store In this city shows
a fourth of the variety to bo found,
here. Proper shoes for street, even
ing, house, riding, driving and bicjele
wear at lower prices than prevail any
where. Special purchase of 2,500 pairs excel
lent quality kid well shaped lace and
button shoes, equal to any J1.50 shoes
SPECIAL TODAY 00u
Ladles' all-wool beaver and felt
hand-sewed fur-trimmed lace shoes
and Juliets. Several pretty colors.
Well worth .!. QF.
SPECIAL TODAY UuU
Another big lot of splendid vici kid
and box calf, extension soles, lace and
button shoes, which are well worth
More of our greatest success of the
season shoe, the "Old Glory." It Is
hand-sewed and no shoes as gpod sold
under ;2.S0. CI Dfl
SPECIAL TODAY. I
Elegant hand-sewed, turned or welt
sole, finest kid, and box-calf shoes,
with or without invisible cork soles
the best shoes J3 eter boughtff') C
No shoes sold elsewhere at 11 are
superior in quality, style or workman
ship to the superb shoe we sell at $2.
Best patent leather, finest black kid,
choicest black and tan box-calf, with
or without kid lining-.
Women's and Chl'drcn's
warmth divine; Lceeins.
75c and SI qualities, 50c.
Sts. N. W. 1914-1916
233 Penna. Avenue S. E.
be expected within a few dajs of the sea
son's close, and at least two races were
wrecked by wholesale withdrawals. Sum
First race Mile and forty yards. Lan
do, 11 to 5, won; Doggett, second; Conti
nental, third. Time, 1:431-5.
Second race Five and a half furlongs.
Capt. Sigsbee, 9 to 10. won; Hilee, sec
ond; Lady Lindsey, third. Time, 1:071-5.
Third rnce One mile and forty yards
Blue Away, 2 to 5, won; Danforth, sec
ond. Time, 1:441-2. Two starters.
Fourth race Six furlongs. Sister Fox,
9 to 5, won: Village Prldi, second; Beseia
Taylor, third. Time, "l:15 1-2.
Fifth race Mile and a sixteenth. Cam
pania, 4 to 1, won; Marsian, second;
Wordsworth, third. Time, 1:49.
Sixth race Five and a half furlongs.
Tranon, 12 to 1, won; Belvonla, second;
Hardy C, third. Time. 1:09.
A BIG CEOWD EXPECTED.
Great Interest In the Ilarvard-Penn-
yltanla Game Today.
Boston, Nov. 4. Present indications
point to a record-breaking attendance at
the Harvard-Pennsylvania football game
on Soldiers' Field tomorrow.
The weather today has been so nearly
perfect that thousands who would as a
rule stay away from the gridiron because
of chilly winds and dampness are mak
ing preparations to go out early tomorrow
morning. The managers say that nearly
26.000 persons will see the game.
Those of Pennsylvania's supporters who
are here appear unwilling to give the
odds on the Quakers that have prevailed
for a week past. They want to bet at
even money, but Harvard men hold off.
The Quakers have been playing smooth.
clean, easy football this season and, as
Harvard has been putting up a rather
rough, aggressive game, the Phlladel
phians may be a trifle upset by the new
experience. It Is believed if the Quakers
play the kind of football that has been
drummed into them by Woodruff, they
ought to win, the experts say, but the
general belief is that they will have to
fight harder than they did last year lor
victory. The Harvard coaches, it is
thought, have been perfecting a, method
FRIEND OF THE FAMILY.
GREAT THROAT and
ACKER, J. AFFLECK, 1129 Pa. ave. nw.
WHITESIDE k WALTON, 1921 Pa. are. nw.
C. O. C. SHIMS. X. Y. ave. and 14th rt. nw.
f HOWARD RATCUFF, 11th and B sts. ne.
nuiu, & uu.. 4th and t. uapitol sts.
FRANK P. WEIXER, 8th and I sts. se.
CHARLES H. BLUMER, N. Capitol and R sts. Be.
VICTOR H. ESCH. 1428 Uaiylind ave. ne.
II. FALCONER, 11th and U its. se.
Cab l)o depended
on for wear
crowded with .shoe buyers
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and yet our prices are far
1fl Vtt fUV TiriCPS are lltl
ior inferior sriocs.
Our men's trade has made tremen
dous strides. We contracted foi enor
mous quantities last summer for pres
ent delivery and yet we find It diffi
cult to keep the supply equal to the
These Specials for Today. t
Splendid $2.50 tan and black
box-calf triple sole shoes....,
This price is the result of bujlng
3,000 pairs at a clip. Triple sole, exten
sion edge, bull dog toe shoes, in black
box-calf and winter tan. As long as
the lot holds out they go at.
SPECIAL PRICE OF JI.P'
Men's comfortable and
.. T nnA Chnaa on1 rclWCr5,
genuine visible cork Ie5 rj?
quality- $2 00
SPECIAL TODAY ','u
Strictly hanTT doub, , a"fr
triple-so!e gen""10 Cordovan, Winter
Tan B?ackclK,u Shoes, in up-to-date
sty"3. Equal to. any JJ.0O
shoes jde ?0 AC
SVPCTAL. TODAY .-Pfc.HJ
There are no shoes made to order
that are made of better leather or of
better workmanship than the superb
shoes we sell at ?3-
ChoicTof PaVnt Leather. Eng.ish Z cobble and that, wltn a few lit re
inamel. Genuine Cordovan and pairs, it might be put In excellent c,..dl
est Tan Willow Calf. Regular tion without going to the mp en se of.
Extra High Cut Tan Willow Calf,
Triple-sole, Hand-made "Storm"
Shoes: lined with French calf, with
gusseted tongues to exclude the wa
ter. Best shoe In America for hunting
and rough winter weather wear. None
like them elsewhere at '
Only complete line of
Boots shown In this city.
Calf, kip or rubber.
Pa. Ave. N. W.
by which Pcnnsj 1 vanla's celebrate!
"guards' back" play will be smashed to
pieces. Both teams are in fine physical
trim, with one or two exceptions, and ctn
stand the hardest kind of play. Experts
who have carefully watched the work o'f
both teams are practically a unit in say
ing that Harvard's backs are superior to
those of the Quakers, while the latter's
rush line, taken as a whole, outclasses
McClung. of Lehigh, will referee the
game, and Dashleil, of Annapolis, will
umpire. Play will be called at 2 o'c'oek.
Both elevens did some light work this
afternoon, just enough to keep them en
INFANTKY AND HT. PLEASANT.
Team, will Open the n.kotbll
SeaMon Tliln Bienlnu.
All arrangements have been completed
for opening the preliminary season in
the basketball series this evening at the
Infantry Armory with an exhibition game
between the Light Infantry and Mt
Pleasant Athletic Club League teams
Dancing will follow the game.
Manager Helmus will put a strong team
In the field, which will be selected from
among the following: Mueller, captain-
Tierncy. Warthen. H. and G.
femlth, H. Burgess. 11. Sears and M. Wil
son. MUSIC AND SMOKE.
Opening of the Corcoran Cadets' So
The Corcoran Cadet Corps opened Its
social season with a big smoker at Har
ris's Hall last night, and the several hun
dred invited guests of the soldier boys
spent a jolly evening with a happy mix
ture of music and smoke, with numerous
good stories and recitations thrown in.
The "smoker" marked the beginning of
the drill season, and at the same time
was a compliment to the corps' basket
ball team, whose championship trophy
cup, won last season, was several times
drained by the guests while enjoying the
collation served after the opening exer
cises. Capt. E. C. Edwards, in his usual agree
able manner, filled the position of master
Those who added to the please of the
entertainment were: Johnnie Weber, of
the Bijou Stock Company; the Burnt Cork
Club, Steve Clements, Harry Shackle
ford, R, B. Bond, E. Eisinger, M. M.
Clark, West End Mandolin Club, Coon
Hollow Club, and Georgo Parker, late of
Primrose and West.
Mnckey and La.key Matched for
Local IVrctllnsr Chantplon.ulp.
R. Roy Mackey and Jake Luskey, two
well-known local wrestlers, who have
been claiming the local championship for
the last two years, have signed articles
to wrestle for the championship of the
District of Columbia. The match is to
take place at the Bijou Theater six nights
of next week. The man who gets the
most falls out of the six will take the
purse of J100, which was put up by Mana
ger Grieves, and also the local champion,
The Duponts defeated the third Episco
pal High School football team In a well
played game yesterday. The score was
11 to 0.
Have you a house, flat, or store to rent?
Advertise in The Times' "Wants" and se
cure a good tenant.
Secret of HoV !fiis Alley Was
PROTESTS itSL NOT AVAIL
Storj- to the Effect Taint Major W. M.
Bluett, Formerly District Engineer
Couimlr. loner, Favored the- Sec
retary r War-ltn BeariHK on Hla
Candidacy for Reappointment.
The specter of Algerlsm, which has
cast Its shadow over so many of the de
partments of the War Department, seems
now to have stalked forth even more
buldly, and there is. strong reason to be
lieve that it has even reached the local
municipal government. At least so goes
the story, which gained publicity frum,
thoroughly trustworthy and rclUb.o
sources yesterday afternoon. , J
It In a measure explains the dj'"' '
the Administration In announcing" Its In
tention -of retaining Capt. ,Jinsln3: H
Beach, of the engineer corps 'of the army,
as engineer CommUsloner'of the District
of Columbia, and make clear whut see.tis
to Secretary Alser -rery excellent reasons
for promoting v"e reappointment of
Major Willi0'" SI. Black to fill the posi
tion. The statement Is made that Major
pluck, while he was engineer Commis
sioner of the District, just prior to thj
outbreak of the war, rendered the Secre
tary of War a most valuable service M
securing for him a vltnlled brick pave
ment for the alley In the rear of his
premises at No. loul IC Street, in square
1S4. This was not only done, but in spite
of vigorous protests on the part of u.e
neighbors of the Secretary of War, hence
the assertion that Secretary A.ger feels
that Major Black's services should not
The request for the paving of the alley
was made In August, 1S37, by Secretary
Alger. It was made to Major Black, then
the District engineer Commissioner, and a
captain of the army engineer corps. It
was referred to a B. Hunt, the comput
ing engineer of the District engineer de
partment, who reported that the aJey
wn won nnd substanxlally paved with'
paving it with vltnlled brick, as requested
by Secretary Alger.
Though Engineer Hunt reported the
pavement In good condition. Secretary
Alger, who had -orecsnlly purchased a
pneumatic-tired can luge, thought that
the old pavement was injurious to nU
tires, and that a,ew vitrified brick pave
ment wouid be much better suited to
them. , '
The most Interesting feature of the en
tire story, in addition to the statement of
its bearing upon the candidacy of Major
Black, or. at least, of Secretary Alger s
faor toward the"sarpe. Is the fact that
the cost of the- luxury was assessed
against the othepipropcrty owners on the
square. Secretary 'Alger very naturally
had no objections to th -.evjlng of the
assessment, as he did not own but had
merely leased the- premises occupied by
Several of the neighboring propertj
owners, howeer, JeafnxJ that th. repay
ment of the alley was contemplated and
called upoa Capt. 'Jllacfc. and the other
Commissioners and prqtested against the
work being done, alleging that it was not
needed, and that they did not desire to be
put to such an unnecessary expense. The
other Commissioners, or, at least, one of
them, it is asserted, considered that the
protest of the property owners was a
proper one, and that it should be recog
nized. Among those who most strenu
ously objected to the Improvement., or the
"repairing" of the alley, as it was styled
in the documents in the case, were Hon.
James B. Edmunds, formerly a. member
of the Board of District Commissioners,
and Rev. Dr. Randolph H. McKlm, the
pastor of the Epiphany Church, owner of
a valuable piece of property at No. 1625
K Street, and a very Influential resident
of that section of the city. Ex-Commls-sioner
Edmunds resides at No. 1621 K
Street, and he, as well as Dr. MeKim,
were affected by the pa Ing of the alley
with vitrified brick.
Notwithstanding their protests, it seems
that Capt. Black was determined to terve
the Secretary of War, and It Is asserted
that, feeling that he could not have tha
order for the repaUng of tne elley rp
proved in the regular way by 'he en
tire Board of Commissioners, ne taxed his.
ingenuity, and embraced the order for
the proposed work in a. batch of routine
orders which were approved by the Com
missioners in board session. The order
seems thus to hae been passed without
having been very closely observed, and
the paving of the alley was hurried
through before further notice of it could
be brought to the attention of the Com
missioners. Whether Secretary Alger will
wield his Influence with the President to
show his appreciation of the services of
Capt. Black, by recommending him for
reappointment as the Engineer Commis
sioner of the District remains to be seen.
The papers In the case, bearing nut the
details of the story, are on file in the
archives of the engineer department, at
the District Building.
HARRY PABKS'S PAST CYCLING.
crr York to Wn.hiRKton In M7 Hours
and 45 Minute..
Harry Parks, a local boy una a member
of the Century' Cycling Club, broke the
record from New York City to Washing
ton yesterday by riding .the distance in
twenty-five hours and forty-five minutes.
The record has been held by Louis R.
Smith, of the Arlingtons, who lowered the
record on October 5 five minutes, break
ing both the paced and unpaced records.
Mr. Parks started from the steps of
the City Hall In New York and rode di
rect to the steps of the Capitol. He was
delayed twenty minutes In crossing the
North River, fortyi-flve minutes while
having his gear crianged in Philadelphia,
and thirty-five minulefe by being com
pelled to ride back .Into Philadelphia to
secure carbide forms lamp.
Mr. Parks is one of the best road riders
in the District of Colum,bia, and has made
many other meritorious rides, one being
within one minute" and sixteen seconds
of the record between, Washington and
Baltimore. ,. i
Stcrrow "Will JSuejcced Lehmunn.
Cambridge, Mas.', 'Nv. 4. E. S. Ster
row, an old Harrd "man, will succeed
Lehman as coach -of the college crew. It
Is pretty certain that be will use a modi
fication of the English .storke as brought
Want to buy or sell a horse, carriage,
or any kind of a vehicle? If so use The
Times' "Want" columns.
Removed from 457 Pa. Ave.
The Three Funny
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,v with them are words of offerings unusual. The center
of the Boys' Clothing trade is here. That center widens
daily. There are attractions here today that are in
deed unusual. An instance.
Black and Blue Cheviot Suits at S3.48.
Tour eyes are no doubt confused with K.48 for boys' suits all
around town, but this offering Is unrivaled. The material is strict
ly all-wool and guaranteed fast color. The garments are extra well
made and trimmed. The actual value Is $5. Ages 8 to 16 years.
Bring your boy here and let us fit him In one of these suits. It's
Just as easy and just as cheap to have him clothed exactly right
as to go limping along the ragged edge of fashion.
All-wool Mixed Cheviot Knee Pants Suits, $2.q8.
i and It 10 are the price, others ask foc-no better quality. Ages
t to 16 years.
ioo Children's Eton and Vestie Suits
juet secured at prices that enable us to offer them at considerably
lees than their value.
S4.00 Values at S2.50.
S4.50 Values at S2.75.
S5.00 Values at S3.00.
S5.50 Values at S3.50.
S6.00 Values at S4.00.
Twenty different patterns are shown, all stylishly made and
trimmed. The materials are clay worsted, fine fancy casslmeres
and cheviots. Ages 3 to 7 years- Not any worth less than it and
most oflhem J5 and $6.
Regular $7 Blue Chinchilla Reefers at $5.
Made with uIMer and velvet collars, stitched and corded edges;
made and trimmed in ben manner. Guaranteed to be absolutely
fast color and strictly all wool. If after wearing they prove other
wise your money will be cheerfully refunded. Ages 8 to 16.
Children's Astrakhan Reefers, worth $4, at S3.
In blue, btacK, brown and green, made with large sailor collars,
handsomely braided, with large pearl buttons. Ages J to 7 years.
-Boys' Covert Cloth Top Overcoats at $4.
Heavyweight covert cloth, swell shade, guaranteed all wool.
Cannot be equaled for less than IS anywhere. Ages 3 to 14
Other top overcoats In black and blue kerseys. Irish and Scotch
friezes and covert cloths. All ages at JT flfl (Minn
from- Jo.UU 10 Jlz.UU
We can show you the largest assortment in the city of Boys'
black and blue clay worsted, cheviot and serge knee pants suits,
double breasted coats, silk and satin faced; trrnn r I fl
also plain. Prices from iO.UU 10 -P I U
Boys' and Children's Furnishings, Hats and Shoes.
Mothers' Friend Shirt Waists, for hoys of all
ages, in all the leading patterns. For Saturday
Boys' Brown and Black Fedotas and Derbys. o
Regular $1. 50 value, at QO'
Another lot of those popular Golf Caps, for ,
Saturday, at -O
Boys indestructible Bicycle Hose. Special
for Saturday 3
Boys' Calfskin Shoes, in the new coin and
bulldog toes, extra heavy soles, kangaroo uppers.
Made on same lasts as j anrl C- - -
our men's shoes P15 cUlU 33.25
Head-to-Foot Outfitters to
M01 Mass. Ave.
Elegant 2 to 6 rooms apartments, with hath.
FIRST CLASS CAFE ATTACHED.
H. A. KEIGWIN,
The Mounted and Bicycle Stinnd. Be
fore the Chief.
Major nicbard Sylvester, assisted by
Capt. Austin, inspected the bicycle squad
and the mounted policemen of the Dis
trict at 11 o'clock yesterday mornins.
The inspection -was gratifying; in every
particular, and the inspecting; officers ex
pressed themselves as being greatly
pleased at the showing made by the men
who patrol the city and its surroundinss
on horses and wheels.
The bicycle policemen, twenty-five in
number. In their neat Knickerbocker tint
forms and with highly polished bicycles,
were drawn up on Tenth Street, just
south of T Street, while their comrades
of the equestrian mount, in platoon
front, occupied the east side of Vermont
Avenue, where Tenth and T Streets in
tersect it. They were all given their
final instructions for the parts they are
to take in the police parade on Monday,
and were then subjected to a rigid in
dividual Inspection. The mounted police
made a. splendid showing with their well
groomed steeds and highly polished
equipments, and the bicycle squad with
their glittering wheels presented a pretty
Shortly after his arrival Major Syl
vester designated Policeman J. W. Rob
ertson to command the bicycle squad,
with Policemen Duvall and Dodge as
lieutenants. The squad was then ordered
to mount and ride In column of fours.
They were closely scrutinized as they
passed the Inspectors and made a good
Tho horsemen, under the commanl of
Lieut. Kenney, showed thorough famil
iarity with their mounts and executed
several platoon maneuvers in ainacner
that compared favorably with a" cavalry
drill. They, too, weTe rigidly Inspected
and dismissed by file as each man i-assed
The bicycle squad will follow the foot
men in the parade on Monday, while
the horsemen will head the procession,
clearing the way and acting as an es
cort. ItcfainK Pllesw Dr. Agnew's Ointment
Is proof against the torments of Itching
Piles. Thousands of testimonials of cures
effected by Its use. No case too aggra
vating or too long standing for it to
soothe, comfort and cure. It cures in
from 3 to 6 nights. 35 cents. Sold by F. S.
Williams. 9th. and T sts. Edmonds &.
"Williams, 3d and Pa. ave. 38.
stand as the
to speak) of
our Boys' and
you see them
Man, 9th St. and Pa. Ave.
(Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore
R. II., Baltimore & Potomac R. R.)
New Cab and
A complete service of Victoiias,
Coupes (Four-wheelers), and Om
nibuses wili be inaugurated at the
SIXTH STREET STATION of the Penn
sylvania Railroad (Philadelphia.
Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad,
Baltimore & Potomac Railroad), on
November i, 189S.
These vehicles may be engaged
at the cab stand at the Sixth Street
Station at very reasonable rates.
Orders by telephone to call at
hotels or residences in Washington
to carry persons to the Sixth Street
Station will be promptly filled.
TeUphonc call "11."
1. B. IIUTCHISSOX,
J. R. WOOD.
Oen'l Passenger Agent,
Hubbard Heating Company,
Steam and Hot-water
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING
918 F Street N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
oclS-lm TELEPHONE US.
Made a well Man
of Ale in 30 days."
This old. yet marvelous, Hindoo
Remedy for men curss all Xervous.
distiftS- KAltfnir mnmnn ft?.....
missions. Sleeplessness, Lost energy, eux, caused ty
overwork, past cxresjtes or early abuses. Prevents
nsanlty, enlarge shrunken organs and restores
imbftlon and vlgoroMty in old or young within 30
.ays. 1'ncoSl.LO a package; Six forJj.OO, with
vritten guarantee tocuro urtnoney refund
il. INDAPO can bo had of drngglst named te
rn, or. if preferred, we wilt eend it prepaid securely
led on receipt or price, ltook of vaino f rco.
- nuu ilKMEnv0l-roti-Chlcai-r..iii.
STEVENS'S PHARMACY, th and Pennsylvania
Avenue, Washington, D. C. nol tuisa-lyr
I VA 1
BUSTED Lidltj to know tkit MRS. LOTKCS-
iun, or mw lor, owner and pauntte of
The Self-Aditatine Ojnamt-oittlnr MmAin."
hu Utea parlor, it 003 i:th st. nw., tad dctiirt
the pleuuTt of tbowinc tHj wonderful lnTtation
for cuttiar bxlW and cbiltan'i garment! with
out pp;r patttrnj, i.tncils, wcirhti. Krewa. or
pina. A garratnt can h cot ia fire minutef, and
perfect fit guaranteed. In order to CONV1XCE
the aitepticil, ahe will without cliarje. teach any
one to cut a garment. $2S count offered, U thta
week, which Includes machine, instruction, in
cuttlnjr wahti, ainfle or double under arm;
French and tailor bodlcta, ileevs, tlirta, pna.
ceu gowne, Loula jacket!, bos toitj. copying
faahion-platea; also matching plaids and stripes.
OUR TEN DOLLAR SEWIXO MACniXES come
with a 5-rear guarantee and complete set of
attachments. Instruction free at your residence.
a AUERBACH, 7 II. Ben'I t. Domestic Sew
Ine Machine Co. and UcCall Pattern Co , est, 21
years. Send postal for catalogue. ort7-tf.em
NEW DOMESTIC, Standard, Singer, and Auio
matic Sewing Machines lor rent: 10 cents
a day, by the ncntb-, at C- AUERBACU'S. 7 and
II it:. cciltf
WASHINGTON. D. C POSTOFFICE NOTICE.
Should be read daily, as changes may occur at
FOREIGN MAILS are forwarded to the port, of
tailing daily, and -the ihedule cr closings is ar.
ranged on the presumption o! their uninterrupted
overland transit. For the week ending November
5. the last connecting closes will be made from
this flee as follows:
Mall, for South and Central Amer
ica, West Indie.. Ac.
SATURDAY fd) At 12.03 p. m., for NF.W
FOUNDLAND. per steamer from North Syd
ney. Mails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rait to Hall
fax, and thence via steamer, cloe here daily ex
cept Sunday at 12:05 p. m,, and on Sundays only
at 11:05 a. m. (d)
lUUs lor M1QUELOX, ly rail to Boston, and
thence via steamer, close here daily at 3:20 p.
Malls for CUBA close here daily at 3:03 p. m..
for forwarding hy steamers sailing from Port
Tsmpa, Fla., Mondays and Thursdays, (d)
Mails tor MEXICO overland (except thoee for
CAMPECHE, CHIAPAS, TOB4SCO. and YUCA
TAN, width will be forwarded to New York after
the 7:10 a. m. cloeing Wednesday and up to the
11:10 p. m. closing Friday), close here dally at
7:10 a. m. (d)
(d) t 6:25 a. m., for NORTH BRAZIL, per
s. a. Lisbonenie. from New York, via Para,
Maranbam. and Ceara.
Trnn. pacific Mall..
MaiU for CHINA, JAPAN, and HAWAII, per
a. s. City ot Rio Janeiro, from San Francisco,
close here daily up to 6:t0 p. m., November 4. (d
Mails Jcr ILVWAII, per s. s. Australia, iron
San Francleco. close here daily up to 6:40 p. m..
Novemter 10. (d)
Mails for AUSTRU.IA (except West Australia),
NEW ZEALAND, HAWAII and FUI ISLANDS,
per a. s. Aorangi, from Vancouver, close here
daily up to 6:40 p. m., November 10. (d)
Mails tor CHINA and JAPAN, per a. s. Olym
pia. from Tacoma, close here dady up to 0:40 p.
m.. November 21. (d)
Mails for the SOCIETY ISLANDS, per ship Call
lec from San Francisco, close here daily up to
6:40 p. m. November 23. (d)
Mails for AUSTRALIA (except thorf for West
Australia, which are forwardid via Euttpe). NEW
ZEALAND. HS.Wt.1T, FUI and S4.MOAN ISL
ANDS, per a. a. Moana. from San Francisco, clcas
here daily up to 6:40 p. m.. November 25, (d)
Mails tor CHINA and JAPAN, per s. i. Empress
of China, from Vancouver, close here dady at
6:40 p. m.. up to November 23. (d)
(a) Registered mails close at 10.00 a, ro, same
(b) Registered mails close at 1:00 p. m. same
(c) Begisterrd mafia close at 6:00 p. m. same
(d) Registered mails close at 6:00 p. m prev
JAMES P. WILIXTT. Postmaster.
FOR RENT A farm of 100 acres in Virginia. 3
miles from Washington; suitable for dairy and
gardening; brick dwelling and all necessary out
building. Address J. E. SICKLES, St. Elmo.
Alexandria County, Va. no3-llt
FOR EXCTHNCE Will exchange equity of ah-rat
S1.MO in house with 0 rooms, including batir;
under rent, located ca 13th sU. near W st. nw.,
for unimproved property; bo objection to sub
urban lots If well located; desire to deal with
owner; no commission. Address BOX 5GJ, this of
FOR EXCHANGE I make a specialty of trading
properties; send me full description of your
property for exchange. I handle city, suburban,
and countrv. improved and unimproved- ABRA
HAM FISHER. 512 E st. nw. oc3i-lmo
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, corner 13th
and D sts. ne.; Sunday-school, 9 a. m.;
preaching, 11 a. m.; subject, MYour Company
Will Prove Who You Are;" C E. at 7 p. m..
and preaching at S p. m.; the pastor wdl fill
the rcstrura: all are welcome. REV. W. J.
ROBINSON, Pastor. It
Sl'lltl'll ALIbl'S' JlKtrriM..
MB. JOHN' SLATER, Maonic Temple, Sunday
evening, at 8; last time he will give spirit,
communications on bunday evening in this city
for a year. It
HIGHWAY EXTESIO?f SOTICK.
EXTENSION' OF HIGHWAYS IS THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA. To whom it may concern:
The Commission created ty Section 2 of tha Act
cf Congress, approved March 2, 1S33, entitled "Aa
Act to provide a permanent system of highways
In that part of the District of Columbia lying
outside ot cities," has received from the Commls
sioneis of tie District of Columbia a certlitd
copv of a map showing a proposed permanent
sjstem ot highways in the District cl Columbia
within the area known aa "Section one," revised
and corrected aa required by the terms of tha
.. r rrm!rreM. snnroved June 23. 1895. This
map and plats showirg in detail how each lot
and tract is affected by the proposed system of
highways, are now on eahibition in Room No.
10, lourth floor of the District Building. All per.
sons interested are invited to examine- the maps
and the plats. The Commission will consider any
suggestions or pretests concerning the location of
sny highway or portion of a highway as ahows
on the map. The suggestions and protests must
be in writing, and must set forth clearly the
lea5ons for the changel and show the property
owned or controlled ty the objector. All pro
tests and so fcrth. muss be submitted on or be
fore the SEYESTII DAT OF NOVEMBER, 1553.
atM be addressed to tie Chief ct Engineers. U. S.
I Army, War Department, Washington. D. C. The
Commission will meet November 17, 1S9S. at 10
o'clock a. m., in the office of the Secretary ct
War, to dispcse of all objections, and will then
hear orally from these who desire to thus sup
port their written objections. It. A. ALGER,
Secretary of War; C. X. BLISS. Secretary ot the
Interior; JOHN u. iwiiUN. tniei oi tngintera.
U. S. A- Highway Commission. ol-30t.eiSu
IN JUSTICE COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA BEFORE LEWIS L O'NEAL. A
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. JOSEPHl'S
WELLS vs. E. J. WESCOTT DOCKET NO.
A summons in due form having been isucd out
of this court to a lawful constable of this Dis
trict for the said defendant, and the same having
been by said constable returned "not fonnd," it
ia hereby ordered that said defendant cause his
appearance to be entered herein en or before the
FIRST TUESDAY l.V DECEMBER. ISM, A. D .
otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in
case of default. LEWIS I. O'XEAL,
oc29,no5,12 Justice of the Peace. I. C;
Homer Guerry, Lawyer,
S7-SS Fendall Building, Washington, D. C
Will practice in the Courts of the District, Mary
land, and Virginia. ocl2la
MAKE PERFECT MEN
DO XOT DESPAIR ! DonolSur
ferLongerl The joys and sanbttlons of
life can be reetored to you Tbe very
worst cises of JierTOODebllltyar
absolutely cured by PKltPECTO
TAB LtTTH. Give prompt relief to m-
toiaula, lautng memory uui ice ,,
an.l ,lr&ln of vital luvtii. incurred br
IndUcretions orexewes cf early years.
Iaoartvliror and potency to every runo
tion. Brace up tne system. Qlvo es&w bloom to in
cneeks and mstro to the eyes of a"voamroroId.
One 50e boa renews vital energy fwlJ bosci at
B4. Wacoropleto guarantee! cure TTTTjW or monev re
funded. Can be earned in vsst mv pocLet, Sold
everywhere or nail-d In Main wrapper onjeceift ft
nriao by tue rrxiecTu ca, cait cut., cunts, in.
price by IUE rrxftCTu I
Sold In Washington,
9th and Pa. ave. nw.
D. C by E. Steveim,
, and Henry Evans. S33 F
$50.00 J69S Overlands,
Garaa!ecd one year .
J. Perry Roysfon, Agt.,
600 F Northwest.