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THE WASHINGTON -TIMES, MONDA-T, APKHi 15, 1895.
we t.z. '.. :: can't help feeling proud xfuiLJlineof, Men's Suits and Overcoats at TEN DOLLARS. As we said 3'esterday, it isn't the price tliat counts, buttie qiiaJL it3r. Aibod'' can quote $10 as.the prige of a suit, but when 3rou compare qualities voii'll find OURS at least $2.50 BET TER than theirs, better in every way, better fabrics, better trimmings, better tailoring, better styles, and decidedly better fitting. A big variety to select from. Sacks and Cutaways. Finer ones at $12, '15, $18, and all prices up"t6$40," and better than 3'ouTLl find elsewhere at same prices, and it's the same with HATS. FURNISHI-NGS; BOYS CLOTHES, and everything we sell.- inson, Chery 8l Co I2th and Fts. V Great Opportunity! I Tfiomson's Music Store I f 521 ELEVENTH ST., ? WILL SOON CEASC TO EXIS1 i Incr xo wLI'h event Ave otter ono o!" ftbe greatest changes ever prcseuted. A f uperlt 1 jirlnht l'ianos at a sacrifice. " t A 1'v.r instance, that $350 Fine Walnut ft T Vpi irtitHaiio in our window is only $19J E hat elegant $12 Mandolin, only .. SS.53 K Famous $12 "Stewart" Banjos, only S.50 ' g SStoim iolius. naif price. ?" SSI'lueUTopPtanoMols ."3.00 -J- SBmushTopriano Stools iOJ W Mouth Organs f f only 8cf a 50c Songs und 1'iano Folios, only 5So at Pooular Music I only - - 3c J Bradstreet Will make you a sultof clothes In aocordancewith the condition of your pocket-book. There ltr"but one class of llnlngr, one class of stitching, one class of workman ship used In all garments arf&'tnat" the best The difference between his S25 and S4-0 suit Is In the value of the cloth. TaliSr ant 408 i2thSt JJfL Qpp. "The Raleigh." WASHINGTON, T G (Tormorly W picker's) Fifteenth street, above New York ATenne, American and European Plan. . THEODORE L. PAGE. ALSO, SENATE CATTE AND PAGE'S CAFE. ftM-tf. ($3353-3--(l-C-- PABST BREWING CO.'S Milwaukee Beer I ,4-rnr best iia'e, tVEClKl Vx GOOD FOR FAMILY TTSE WUUStilON BUANCiL . ua-i 03 t North Capitol Street "CREDIT IS OUR CREED," m0 m Wash Tour V: i. P53eS1 I Of all the worry and bother and rest the burden on "the shoulders of our , - Equitable Credit System. They're broad and willing-. Don't hesi tate to come in and pick out FURNITURE CARPETS MATTINGS DRAPERIES A BABY CARRIAGE A REFRIGERATOR anything- we carry, and, we carry every thing that furnishes a home comfortably and luxuriously. WgL-QsLO .arrange the payments weekly or. monthly just as you want them in amounts to suit you. Know of anything fairer than this? H0U8E k HERRMANN, 917, 919, 921 and 923 Seventh Street. 636 Mass. Avenue. mm . &: L Improvement unknown before. $3-5 O up.N raWe'd just as soon sell on same in either case. rrrw-tf-'ii- i iiumiih " . . BURGrFS "RINK; New York Avenue, Bet. -13th and 14th Sts. Agency for the Celebrated Columbia Automatic Filter. fff J 11 1 ' CLOTHES. FURNISHINGS, HATS. -AT- With every shoe purchase we will present the "Silver Slipper," or Pin less Bowling: Alley, now for the first time introduced In Washington a novel and interesting: game, and the sensation wherever known. The number is limited and can be had only hpre. One to every shoe pur chaser while they last. ' Another thing we don't charge foi the satisfaction you get from our footweai the prices are low, too. One Instance: The new Turkio toe $iloe,for men, In Russet and Patent Leather. For the former $4-.90 the latter $5.90. Treasurer, .NOW IS THE TIME To prepare for electric fans. Sum merwill soon be here. Electricity Turnishps the coolest, cleanest, and cheapest light, ana a sure, safe.andstable power. See practical application of ELECTRIC MOTORS on largo scale at NEW CORCORAN ART GALLERY. If you want Incandescent or Arc lighting or -Power telephone us. United Stales Electric Lighting Go., 213 FOURTEENTH STREET NW. Tel. Xa 77. mr21-3m Hands , Choosing a BABY CARRIAGE comes easy when there's such a stock -Such a variety as we show. Not a bltof doubt butthat we have ' Just the. carriage you've pic- tured-tto-yourself as the one you 5 want. Prices? $3.90 starts the list S30 ends It. Every price be-- tween is represented by a value. , In the proportion as f 5 is to $3.90 J so some other price is to the price you'll pay. Might say a word about RE- ERIGERATORS. You know all of" pursjiaye a patent removable and ; cleanable galvanized iron Iln- lng'fo'fhe lower compartment an Prices from $5.50 up. Ice Chests ' - fc CREDIT S3 for cash Prices the' 9? 14) CJOGKHTSL Pi -. 'f"'f'. 'it t ? ..,f'v"'1 mmmmm Programme for the Great July Convention Completed. WASHINGTON IS INTERESTED Hor Plea for the Gathering: of '90 to Bo Pre sented by "W. H. H. Smith, Eov. Dr. Ham. lin, and W. H. Pencil Convention Bor mon to Be Preached by President Greene, - of Columbian University Expoct 50,000". (Special to the Times.) - Boston. Mass., April 14. The details or tlie programme of the big Christian En deavor Convention, which meets here .in July next, were completed yesterday. If will be doubly Interesting to "Washington Eudeavorera from the fact that the. plans for the convention of '96 "will be presented to the thousands of' delegates, and the con vention sermon in Mechanic's Hall, the principal meeting place, Jvill bo preached by Rev. Samuel H. Greene, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, of "Washington, and president of Columbian Unherslty. Ah has been the custom at previous con ventions, the address of welcome on be half of the committee of arrangements and local Endeavorers, will be delivered by Chairman Samuel B. Capen and Vlce Chairmau Georgu "W. Coleman. Other welcomes will be extended as follows: Tor the city pastors, Rev. A. B. Plumb, Rev. A. S. Gumbart, and Rev. M. D. Kneelaud; for the State, Gov. Greenhalge; for the city, Mayor Curtis. Secretary Baer will read his report on Thursday morning. In the afternoon the denominational rallies will occur at the different churches. CONVENTION OF '0G. tPhe subject of greatest interest to Wash ington Endeavorers the convention of 06 will be presented to the GO.OOO dele gates at each of the meeting places on Thursday evening. The speakers for th3 Capital vill be Chairman "W. II. II. Smith, of the committee of '9G; Rev. Dr. T. S. Hamlin, and Mr. "W. II. Peaell. As a fitting aftermath of the presentation of such an important subject, there will be addresses by the Jamous-Dwight E. Moody and Dr. T. DeWltt Talmage. "Cardinal Principles" will be the Jlret topic spoUen to Friday morning, and will be discussed by Revs. "W. K. Chaplin, of London; E. L. Powell, of America; John Pollock, of Scotland; J. L. Lamont, of Ire laud, and W. J. Li. Closs, of Australia. This will be followed by an open parlia ment on "The Pledge, the Backbone of the Society," and the presentation of banners. The committee conferences will be held Friday afternoon intheseveralcitychurches. "Denominational Loyalty and Interde nominational Fellowship" will bo tho subject of Rev. E. A. C. Dixon's address Friday evenmg. There will also be epeeches on Endeavo- fellowship in tho United States, Eugland, Ireland, Scotland, .ustrajla, Turkey, India, China, Japan and Canada by delegates from those nations. The committee has departed from the regular practice in arranging the programs, and has designated Saturday, July 13, as Patriotic Day. GREAT OPEN-AIR MEETING. There will bo brief meetings in each of tho hallsatlOo'clockinthemornlngandshortly after 11 o'clock the host of Endeavorers will gather on Huntington avonuo, many of (hem in front of tho District of Columbia headquarters, and take up their march to Boston Common,- where a great open-air meeting is to bo held, presided over by Gov. Greenhalgo. A chorus of 2,000 voices, assisted by an immense orchestra, will furnish the patriotic music for the occasion. Dr. Donald Mc Lauren, of Detroit, will speak and Rev. S F. Smith, author of "America," will compose a special hjmn for tho occasion, If possible, he will bo present and lead his new hymn, and "America." As lias been already stated in these dis patches, there will be no session Sunday and the topic for discussion on Mouday is "The "World for Christ." Among the speakerd will bo President Harper, of the Chicago Unhcrsity; Revs. "W. C. Bitting, O. P. Glirford, and J. H. Barrows. , r r PILGRIMAGES TO HISTORIC POINTS. The pilgrimages to historic points, already alluded to in these dispatches, will occur Monday afternoon and the closing session of the convention will be held Monday evening. Tho presiding officers in the hall and tents respectively, will bo Dr. I E. Clarke, John "Wanamaker and Rev. J. T Beckley. The convention sermons will be preached by Revs. S. H. Greene, of "Washington; Russell H. Couwell, or Phila delphia, and John Potts, of Toronto. The committee of '1)5 still holds to its former estimate of 50,000 delegates, and some of the railroad managers have de clared their belief that the attendance will be 10,000 in excess of that figure. The big tents will be officially known as Tent "Williston and Tent Endeavor. The committee is especially indebted to Miss Helen Gould, daughter of the late Jay Gould, for the gift of 00,000 copies of a handsomely engraved card containing the words of "America." a o EXCESSIVE ASSESSMENTS. Lawyer BIrncy Sajs Commissioners Im pose Unnecessary' Burdens. In view of the collection of assessments which the Commissioners aro said to make far in excess of tho service or value given, it is possible the matter may bo earned into Congress at the next session. Mr. T. "W. Birney, of Birnoy & Birnoy, stated Saturday to a reporter of The Times that it is not alone In tho matter of advertising that the District taxes aro ex cessive. He said that in the laying of water mains the Commissioners aro main taining a system of chaiges that dates back to the war, and that under no prin ciple of justice should tho people be re quired to meet such expenditures. They amount, he declared, to extortions, and are intolerable. He cited, also, the costs imposed upon property owners when an alley is opened for their benefit. It is a double entry system, 4jjat assnsses damages at so much per front foot otabutting property andagam assesses against the same abutting property an equal amount as "benefits," m order to liquidate tho damages. As a result the District frequently gets tho alley for noth ingandsotiietinvimakeslpt ownorsactually pay for the privilege of giving their prop erty for public use. Referring to the complaint of Mr. August Burgdorf, his client, as represented in his bill in equity, now pending, Mr. Birnoy showed that for advertising 27,010 par cels of property the Commissioners are charging the owners a total of $32,448, when, in point or fact, the aggregate should not exceed $5,600. The proparty, ho said, was charged with the arrearages of taxes, and with $1.20 additional as a specific charge for placing the property on sale. This, ho thought, was exorbitant, and not at all necessary, hi view of the fact that tho method of publication was by putting a line in but two of the daily newspapers and including tho same descriptive line in a printed pamphlet for general circulation. If the courts do not find ground upon which to arford relief, said Mr. Birnoy, a bill should be offered in the next Con gress correcting this outrageous injustice. a tz Secretary Smith's $40,000 Fire. Athens, Ga., April 14. Secretary Hoke Smith reached Athens to-day to look after the confirmation of the sale of the Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad, for which his fee amounts to $40,000, according to reports. "You DonH Know? ' Said a i - Lady Customer Saturday Evening, ' "How wo DO enjoy your superb -'OliEAMEHY BtJTTER and your delicious MAPLE SYRUP on onr Buckwheats theso cool mornings." It's tliQiunlvorsul testimony of all whq.ha-o usod theso goods. Try them n,ndxyou!ll say tlio same thing. ELPUONZOYJOUNGS CO. Wholesale Iqnd Retail Grocers, .428 NINTH STREET. Use Your Power -. Of reasoning DO THIS, andyouMI buy here. We, owing to a misun derstanding as between the form er proprietors of this house and ourselves, are burdened with TWO COMPLETE STOCKS of spring and summer clothes. Many of the latest shipments still remain lnthelrorlglnal packages because we haven't store room for them. WE MUST UNLOAD. Nowhere else In the whole of America are new, stylish, Good Suits for men and boys sold as we are now sell ing them. To buy against a day of need Is far-sighted economy. Men's All-wool Suits, $4.87. Men's English Clay Worsted Suits $8.75. Men's Pants, neat styles,87c. Men's All-wool Pants, Sl.OO. Men's All-wool Pants, well made, $1.50. Men's- All-wool Pants, new designs and colorings, $2. Children's Suits, 3 styles, ages 3 to 8, 50c Children's Blue Sailor Suits, 75c Children's Gray Mixed Suits, $1.25. Children's Thibet Suits, Blue and Black, $2. Children's Knee Pants, 10c HEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE SAMUEL TRIED LAKDER. 3 1 1 7th st n W. ANNIVERSARY PRICES FOR AN ANNIVERSARY OCCASION. In appreciation of a year's prosper ous business wc. offer io prospective buyers TO-DAY bargains as rare as thev arc good. Men's Suits, In Thibets, Cheviots, Cisdhnores and 'Worsteds. $10 suits Anniversary price .85.00 V'i " " " 6 OO S15 " 7.50 fir ! ,f 8.50 $20 lO.OO Men's Trousers, In Cheviots, Casslmorcs, English Worsteds, in all tho latest Spring colors and pattorns. $2 00 Trousere Anniversary pr.co..5ll.OO SJ00 " " " .. 1 50 13 50 " .. 1.75 $4.00 " " " .. 2.00 $5 00 2.50 ".00 3.50 hildrens Suits, In Juniors, rauntlcroys, and all tho prevail ing s;ylo3 for Uttlo and big bovg, nges 3 to S and 8 to 16 ears, nt SI, 81.50, $2. S2 60, $3, fi 50, 54. and $3 actually worth twice the prices askod. Hat Department. In order to introdnco our Hat Department wr-ich wo have innuguiated this senson, vo offer tho latest blocks in DernyB and Fedoras, in all desirable shades, at $1.25, $1.50, $1.73, and Si Samo qualities sold elsotvhoio for double the ubovo prices. THE FAMOUS, 803 Market Space, TEYsh?K1!rfe,e0tm Wearing outyour patience to say sothing about shoe leather cruising around town for your clothes. You can't do better than here if you travel around the world. This Fine All-wool Boys Com bination Suit, Extra Pants and Cap, $1.75. Men's Splendid Black, Blue, and Gray, strictly all-wool Cheviot Suits, all sizes to 44, S4.75. Boys' Combination Suits, S2 and S2.4-0 Extra Pants and Cap with every one. Little "Junior" Suits S1.20 and up lOO dozen Children's Knee Pants sizes 4- to 15 years 2 pairs for 25 cents. Boys' Suits absolutely pure wool ages 4- to 14 vears SI. 45. Children's Suits In Cheviots, Cassimeres and Worsteds -r.$2.4-C-. l.OOO pairs English Corduroy Knee Pants 4-9 cents. All-wool boys' Suits patent English shoulders S5.70. Men's Working Pants 65 cents. Men's Hairline Pants 98 cents. Men's Pants strictly all wool 31.50. Men's elegant Black Cheviot Suits 35. Men's CordWoy Pants, in gray and brown SI. SO. Men's Fine Dress Suits-$6 80. Men's Elegant Dress Suits-$3.90. Si, FBIEPLANDER & BRO. llonarchs of Jlodium Price Clothing, Corner.9th and E Sts. N. W. H&fOTmEEKBffKE LXNOte L"b KJsJ 9LM KSwi r " r-vm WOKi That a dictionary of words should fail to convince the in telligent buyer that a bargain advertised is a bargain in reality unless backed by something more than mere words. We are demonstrating.thatwhat.we advertise are not only bargains in words, but bargains in fact, and what is of importance to you is to know that in order to secure these bargains you are not compelled to have the cash. Your CREDIT is good' with us. TERMS TO:SUlTYOU. We inaugurate for this week, beginning THIS MORN ING, a sale of specials from a few of our various depart ments. If you are not on timelhat's your fault. COME AND SEE. -- , Matting Department. This Is an Item that Interests all house keepers at this season of the year. It will pay you to know where you can do the best. We have the stock,. The prices speak'YbV themselves. Good Quality Matting Only 6 Gts. "" Fancy Matting Worth I5c. Only (Oc. - fi No. I Jointiess Matting Only 18c Novelties in Cotton Warp and other effects from 25 cents Up. BEDROOM SUITES, I Ls4s Solid Oak Bed room Suites, $16.00. Massive Oak Bedroom Suites, $36.00. H an dsomely carved Oak Suite, 30x24- plate glass, only $22.00. IIDf! : i 2-Burner Gasoline Stoves, $2.75. Gas Stoves from $2.25 Up. These values the first and don't miss it. Skit ' 3Sic Ssiii iSSIISSB t3i ysmmm iuliili LARGE HEART LOCKETS. (Sterling Silver) FromS4up. Hold Two Pictures BSLT BUCKLES- 3. ho largest assortment In town , FINEST SILK WEB BELTS C. H, DAVISON, Jeweler, 1105 F St.' liilillli $ R CREDIT wllllillllir IIIBhi igiip -2quartGrnTte Tea Pot, 39c. Furniture Department, PARLOR SUITES. Tapestry Parlor Suites, $J 6.00. Handsome Plush Parlor Suites, $30.00. Fine Silk Brocatelle Overstuffed Parlor. Suite, $42. 50. This Handsome Carriage only onsefiirnisliiiig Department. Solid Oak. Sideboard, only $10.50. Finely Carved Oak Sideboard only J$16. Best Oak Refrigerators,-$11.00. JBi: ' will go. CASH OR CREDIT. Be one of 6 qJ ., "SS'S) S( Reliable HousefurnisherSj eyentli Street Northwest llligfi 11 1 iDDEOKDianin Veterinary. josErn t. bttshmak, 3i. uav.a Office, 1210 Ohio Avenue. Horse3 ex s arained for purchaeora. 'Pnono bOti. My Offer: All customers for Watch or Clock Bcpairo nmounting to 81, oud npdjirlng the. jiextuurty i uays suaii receive ono pair oi stec-iramo specs worth from 50c. tpJJ. tfjo.stvcno.rieing.cfirRlullr fitted to their eyes. Wntch aud optical depart ments of D. Jf. WALOBD, watch inpectoje B & O. K. R. Co., 477 Pal av. nv." Croantng,Sl; main spring, $1. Bring copy of this ad. WM f$3m KQ BO mm m 'Housefurnishing Goods. Every housekeeper has a certain amount of pride Irv that which pertains to the Kitcnen. uranite iron ware toucnes a ten der spotrbut my, the prices you have to pay. We are putting it within the reach of all; in fact, just as low as common tin ware. fe) 2 quart Gran ite Iron Sauce- nan. 1 Rr. Ynn have paid fe) double for fyi acuuo ii Liiie. Granite Iron P I e fess ) Plates, 9c. For To- Iron day n,y- This Handsome Brass ijU Parlnr lamn 32 .,.u. .u...F p Onlv 1 RR fe( V j 4- x v-r w rT5 ' r? 33 SB is H3 US EfKsip r' ' 3PS 1 7i Is3? rlMSISirlfc M. B. LATIMER, IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT IN THE FIELD AGAIN. The nodi rijmei would re!peuruny in form his friends and the citizens of W jsh--incum peneral'y that he is ajram tn tlie Held, and proposes to conduct a puneral auction bumnebs, make appraisements and iavent'ric3 of personal effects of, every description, and for the present any com munication addressed to him at No 1410 Q street wiH rvcelvc prompt attention Respectfully. M. B. LATHIER, Late of Latimer & Sloan. j