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It's the money you save
that counts. We give pp
portunitles all the time to
Fine Tissue Toilet Paper,
perforated roll and pack
age 4c. Pee.
Scented Castile Soap,
2 for 5c.
Pint bottle pure
One lot of Children's
Dresses, made of best
quality washable PER
CALE. All the new
Cretchen waists, with
V-shaped ruffle over
shoulder; full shirred
sleeves, with deep
cuff, extra widt. skirt,
with deep hem; sizes
from 6 months to 6
years. Special price..
Solid Sliver Thimbles, In all
Fine Whlslc Brooms, with
solid white metal tops; sold
elsewhere at 43c. Our spe
38c. Sterling: Sliver Belt
Sterling Sliver Cuff But
tons, beautifully designed,
regular 48c quality, only
Solid Cold Rings,
ZEPHYR SUMMER COR
SET, made of strong net,
with satteen stripes, two
side steels, extra long waist,
and high bust. SlzeslS to 30.
W. B. SUMMER CORSETS,
made of extra strong net,
extra lone waist and high
corded bust. Sizes IS to 25.
You aro not disturbed
by hoat or files here. Our
patent fans produce such
a temperature as will
prove a menace to both.
420,- 422, 424, 4,6 7th St. $
We want all the ladies in
Washing-ton to know that at
our stores they can get the
best of everything- irfthc way
of groceries, meats, provi
sions or vegetables at the
lowest possible prices.
be beat on prices and yet we
give you the best quality.
be sure that what you get
from us will be good and
cheap, and that it will be de
We have excellent cheese
and butter, and our poultry is
the best in town.
Emrich Beef Co.
Mala Mariot 1306-U1S Hd Street X. W.
. Telephone SIT. Kriinen Haricots 1718
Hth at. n; Stan HthBt. an; Stn and 31
Eta. bit: SUIT Jldnw; ilst ami K eta. nir;
S151niLATe nv; 5th and lata, nu; 4;h
ondl sts. nw, 20th at. and Pa. Ato. air;
13th at. and . T. Ave. nir.
Absolutely Painless Dentistry.
us for years.
We've built op
nere by the
sMlltnlaess o f
our nork. Why
sot tn&k us
lo more painful
1 you da Wo use
mtites t&ora all
1 e AS iJXraatm
log, SOc. Other charseapropurUonal.
Evans Dental Parlors,
1217 Perm., Avenue N. W.
Rabuteau's Skin Food
will make your face fceamtif uL .
M2RTZ MODERN P&ABM&y.
$t Bar Har&or
FESTIVITIES HAVE MADE IT
AN AMEBIOAN TEOUVILLE,
Snobbishness Is- Unknown at the
Gay Resort and People Are
Free and EasT
Bar Harbor, Aug. 3. The niad rush ot
social festivities has transformed this
spot into another TrourUlc of America,
and has proven itself a magnet, drawing
all the crime do la creine of the social
lions to its midst. As far ahead as the sea
eon lasts aro .the gayest sort of functions
talked of and the dates set. There are
no end of swell entertainers here who do
things in a princely stjle, and give their
guests something to runcniher ever after.
There is fro free and easy an air about
liar Harbor, not at all Iiko Xewport, and
jet to attractive as to draw large con
tingents of the nguiar Xowporters for a
lurt of over' seasou. They run oer here
Just to be able to act natural for a time
and to thaw off fronio of the "heavy"
vel!tehncs3 they are obliged to ape as
members ot the 180.
Snobbishness is unknown here, as ,
ot course, it should be, for true aristo
crats do not know the word, only the
parvonues; but ttiere is a general air
of nigh hrccding, -with all the "free and
easiness" which make the pionk most
They can almost imagine themselves
at tome foreign sea resort, when one
eees the herd of bathers in Uieir 6Well,
and many of them daring, frocks, and
the brilliant bench umbrellas shading
groups lounging about on tho beach
in costumes altogether too perishable
for tho water. It is all very Frenchy
and very smart, and one cannot help
notice the lots of pretty girls, many
more than one tecs usually even at a
summer place whero beauty is sup
posed to go.
There are belles and belles, with do
really dUtiuctive choice, for they are
all so wonderfully chic, and it would
be eo difficult to select judiciously from
such a lot.
But bathing does not Interfere with
the fashionable sports, and very many
of the girls do nut bathe publicly at all.
Cjtling is pursued with vigor during the
morning hours, and they go in crowds.
usually terminating their ride at the villa
of a friend, who serves tea or some re
The Kebo Valley Club is the center of
attraction during the early afternouu,
where golf Is indulged in to the heart's
content, and there are some splendid play
ers among the younger set. Miss Sanders,
ot Phil-ulelphia, handles her golf sticks
in a masterly way, to the envy of her less
fortunate friends, and gowns herbelf
strikingly for all of her conquests. Scarlet
is her pet color, and her gnir gown is
generally slartlngiy vivid, but Immensely
becoming. The Baldwins, at the Malvern,
have daughters who are expert hurse
women, and, by the way, tally-ho riding,
t.-inilcm, itc., are quite as popular as the
steel steed of the monnng. and theu one
can weir such lovely things when seated
quietly in a carriage, and such smart
costumes ab are seen here during the
fashionable dm ing hours.
Miss Sail) Baldwin drives a stunning
palrof thoroughbreds in a masterly man
ner, and Is often accompanied by a bevy
of stunning girls iu the smartest sort of
The Washington Barneys of Ban-y-Brvn
are exceptional entertainers, distinguishing
themselves aiwajs by Saving aflhctr guests
of honor the "lion" for tho time being in
Bar Harbor. There aro two young daugh
ters, Mits Natalie and Mirs AUce, both of
them roynl beauties who mado their debut
here early in tho seaion and who have had
at their feet any number of millionaire
Sonic of the lovely frocks worn of an
afternoon fete given by Mrs. Albert Clifford
Barney were so woli worth remembering
ard so wholly unurual ISat I Jotted down
a lot lor yourlienefit.
As a ntual thing women ab"ior afternoon
fetes, for the garisa daylight brings out
so many rmall imperfections; but ontbis
occasion the attendance was wonderfully
largo and so altogether fataionablc. They
were prepared, too, one and all. for the
war of the sun, for each "fair ladye" carried
a huge parasol of rcma gauzy, fluffy stuff,
and many of them were scarlet or rose
tinted, casting lovely shadows over the
lace: a woman need never bo afraid of her
appearance when tinder the loving shade
of a rose-tinted sun-shade.
There wan our gjrl who attracted no
end of attention In Iter frock, all ot wiowy
wliite; the skirt, of tremendous flare. Is
quito plain, but the tllklness of the alpaca
The bodice was Just one fluffy puff of
white moureeiino de sole, and one mass
of saucy little IrlDs setting op all over.
It was arranged in lengltitrife puffs, all
edsped wiui triple frflls perking oot stiffly
at the edge.
The sleeves -ww tt" loreiy to forget;
they were lounetuely Img sod composed
of a lot of Itill, urown Hjrrowe at tbe
fcand, which was bolt covered ttj the last
111 mL am I jlSa
row. Foiuted-toed boots of snow-white
with lovely French heels, and an enormous
drooping hat of white nioussellne de sole,
shirred on a frame of gilt and heaped
with a mass ot glowing scarlet and! pink
roses, and over all a wide parasol.of pe
culiar bell-shape, made of the most bril
liant scarlet tulle and having a long curved
handle of old ivory set with small rubles.
One girl, all In black, was Immensely
stunning, although she was so simply
dressed. The frock was of Inky-black mus
made up over a silken lining. Tho
klrt was in broad tucks to the waist and
set out very wide, making the slender
waist look all the more graceful by way of
contrast. The blouse had a tucked yoke
and was ruuud iu shape, the lower portion
falling in a series of loose puffs to the
belt, which was a twist of black velvet
ribbon with a long bow In the back.
The sleeves were Immense triple puffs,
and were slipped down on the low-cut
Bhoulders and finished at the wrist by a
bit of velvet aud a perky bow.
The glorious crown ot palest blonde
hair was simply, twisted Into a pointed
knot on the crown ot her head and held
low over her pink cars by combs set"with
glittering diamonds; two. perky ldopg
of black jetted gauze set out stiffry from
tho coiffure. She was by far tho mt
swagger girl on the grounds, and finished
her loveliness of outfit by the immensely
largo sunshade of Jetted, tulle fn count
less ruffles Gloveicss hands seem to be
quite au fall, and many ot the anellcst
girls appeared in this freo and easy way.
A few wore the black mils so much talked
of, lut it is too truly a hideous fashion to
obtain very generally.
There aro some excellent equestrians
among the fair sex here, and there arc
no end of swagger costumes for this pur
pose, one cf the prettiest adjuncts being
the Kngllsh derby, so much the modo across
tho sea. What with all Uiis bathing, rid
iud. tennis, cycling, golf nnd all sorts of
social functions. Bar Harbor is a spot for
the gods, and one which will be tho begin
ning of the end of many a delicious ro
mance to bo heard of In the future.
Miss Sallye Aliel will spend tho'rest of
the summer in Toledo, OhioT "
Misses Edna nnd Mabel Honarth. daugh
trs of Mr. John T. Honarth, of Congress
Heights, left on Saturday for Colonial
Bcaeh, where they will spend tho re
mainder of tbe tummer.
Mis Oalbreath has left for a month's
visit at Bellefontaine, Ohio.
Miss Jennie Campbell is spending the
summer at Fuebio, Colorado.
Miss JSailey will go to New Brunswick
on August C to visit MKs Campbell.-
The Misses Tolnian and Mrs. Tolman are
cnlojing a vacation at Wultham, Mass.
MUs Skidmore has recenUy returned
from her vacation spent in western New
Mrs. Larinioro and daughter ore spend
ing the summer at Fauquier Springs,
Virginia. . -
Miss Oalbreath has returned from the
enjoyment of the sea breezes at New
Brunswick, N. J.
Misses Delia Miller and Emily Roth
will go to Round Hill, Virginia, for a few
Karl Fenning, after the Boston conven
tion, snut pome time at Princeton, New
Jersey, bjt is home again.
Mis Carrie Pmith has been spendine her
vacation at Evansville, Indiana, and has
Misses Blanche and Eessle Hine have
gone tq the Berlin Heights, Erie county,
Ohio, for the balance of the summer.
Miss Fritts has been spending the sum
mer at Atlantic City, tat Is now at home.
Mrs. Girard, formerly of Lafayette, In
diana, is visiting her.
Mr. Alfred N. Balrymple and Mr. Kaar
are yachting, and stopping a t Pmey Point,
Colton's, and other jwlnts on the lower
Potomac, and Chesapeake Bay.
Mr. John Bailey has gone to Portland,
Maine, for bis health.
Dr. and Mrs. Sunderland will spend a tew
days at Berkeley Springs as the guest of
Captain aud Mrs. Craig, then they will
visit their daughter, Mrs. Day. at CatskUI,
and other friends in the north, 'xpt-ctinc
to return to Washington by the 1st of
Miss Jennie M. Fetters has gone on a
Visit to Iior home at Media, Pa.
Mr. Hnry G, Rusk, ot the United States
Pension Agency, is at the WhiiUr-suam,
Takoiua Park, for the summer.
Mrs. Mary A. Naytor will lnve tho city
Monday for an extended trip through the
Catskius, and will visit too jiumereus
coast resorts before ber return.
Mr. Albjrt Kelyea and wife hare tone io
tliMr Rummer residence it Oreeos farms,
Conn., for Uie beuted season.
.Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson left to-dajr
for a Tlslt at Leesburr, Va.. and will
sptud some tune amaag the mountains, re- j
turning to Washington about Oie miiaie n
Mrs. M. A. Adams and Mrs.'M. A.
llnson, who have beonliltlns MUs T. E.
Adams on K street, hirva returned to their
borne in North Carolhj.. j
Miss Edith Hope, of 3oMimore, who has
been tbe guest ot Mlanlynn, ot No. 211
Tenth street northwest, will return home
to-day. Mias-Flynn wiUScconipany tier.
D. Monyhnm and Mr, Pp'1 are spend
ing their vacation at Qrcettwlcb.N. X.
Mrs. J. Dloroam, ot I street, has re
turned after a three weeks' vacation at
Atlantic City, where hel ras the guest of
Capt. and Mm. Brian,, 4
I. Gans will return loday from an out
ing at Atlantic City, i "
Mrs. Dick will leave In a1 few days to spend
tho remainder of tho 'season at Harper's
Ferry. She will also visit her old homo at
Miss Gnlnor is the guest qf her sister,
Mrs. Vlrst, arCharlespwn, W. Va.
MUs Grace Miller, of O street, has re
turned, after an absence of several weeks,
visiting friends at Pittsburg, Pa.
THE SUMMER GIRL'S TITLE.
The first six chapters of a seasonable
"And will you love me always?" she
murmured, with her head on his manly
and throbbing bosom.
"Always," ho responded, klsslDg her
"And will you love 'me always?" 6he
murmured, with her head on his manly
and throbbing bosom.
"Always," he responded,, kissing her
"And will you lovo me always?" she
murmured, with her bead on his manly
and throbbing bosom.
"Always," be renponded, kissing ncr
rose-leaf lips; ,
"And will you love me always?" she mur
mured, with her head on his manly and
"Always," he' responded, kissing her
"And will you love mo always?" she mur
mured, with her head on his manly and
"Always," he responded, kissing her
"And will you love me always?" she mur
mured, .with her head on his manly and
throbbing bosom. x
"Always." he responded, kissing her
(To be continued.)
A monotonous sameness may seem to per
vade the chapters of thl3 novel, but we
hasten to assure the reader that It Is of
thrilling interest in view of the fact that
while the youn woman remains the same,
there is a different young man iu each chap
PAPEK MAKEHS COMBINE.
X" -ty-Tivo Million Capital; Three
Million rounds Dully Output.
New York. Aug.5. A morning paperf ays:
Manufacturers of newspaper have ee-
niemeo, neir imeiv3o uj vonwiiau.'
"Union Company," "" representing S3?,
000,000 capital, and an output of over
3,000,000 pounds ot paprdaily. Tbecom
pany is the outcome ot a- scries of secret
conferences, which have r:cently been held
at the New Netlierland Hotel, and which
resulted in. about six of the large manu
facturers signing an agreement to Jom
It is to have an advisory committee,
which will regulate each company's out
put of paper and the price of Stie same, and
also the cost of the raw material to be used
in its manufacture.
85c. per lb.
This Is absolutely tho
best coffee sold
In this city.
REEVES, POOLE & CO.,
1209 F St. N. W.
on this trunk free. It's our
well-known $5.75 hard-usage
register, and ia, for the
You'll like it
KHEESSl, 425 71b St. Ji. W.
Perfect Dentistry. .
A sooa jdontwt
Cu flu Mre
Jooth'irhea a jkw
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yoiir teejo fflrt you T
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turn i tbis 4-itr
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lacl!trr Ilia ir oar
til ' r i'iFTff"" i i i ii m T i
All1 Negligee -Shirts,
Up to. $1.00 and $1.25 quali
ties. These shirts are the bal
ance - of our regular stock, and
were most carefully bought by
to us retail at One Dollar and
One Dollar Fifty.
"We have sold, our regular
run and will sacrifice the bal
ance. French Percale Is the mate
rial. In neat and handsome
effects colors are fast.ff'T
of course. All are now.. -
To close out one lot of 73c Pine Feith-r-welcht
Men's Shirts and Drawers
in Litis Thread double seats patent
back banis on drawers silk facings
and pearl buttons on vests each Gar
ment now 39 c.
Sl-MlWlg BEVENTH SMIIEET NORTHWEST.
10 A. M.
of merchandise contained in
premises 818 7th St, by S.
The entire stock will be
sold by the piece to the high
est bidders without reserve.
Daily at 10, from 10 a. m.
to 11 p. m., until stock is
sold, the entire stock of
Gloves, Hosiery, Handker
chiefs, Underwear, Notions,
&c, &c, ;nd the general
line of (Men's and Women's
Furnishings contained in
premises SIS 7th St. N. W.,
will be sold at public auction
in detail to the highest bid
ders without reserve or limi
tation. DAVID M. LEE & CO.,
Movements of Silter.
The issue of standard silver dollars from
tho mints and Treasury offices for tho
week ended August 3 was $-136,4 14, nnd
for the cnrresiwndlnj; period last year was
374,7fiS. Tbo shipment of fractional
silver coins for the month ot July was
81,000,089.10, nnd for the correspond
ing period last year was $96B,710 80.
and from the first to 3d aggregated
; Tbe receipts from internal revenue to
day were $820,801; from customs S600,
700; nnd miscellaneous $09,781. The
national bank notes retched to-day for
redemption amounted to $274,387.
0 Kings Palace.
We repeat a number of the successes of. lasl:
weelcl We bought heavily to do so, and prices re
main just the same just as low. Last week was
the banner week of this summer, and we know we
touch a responsive chord when we quote the following-prices.
Every price in this list is
worth your careful study.
50c, 68c, and 75c Sailors, 17c.
This beginning will show jou
tbe tenor of tbe prices aerer
so low before, hailoxa la alllT
styles and shapes at I u
$4, $5, and $6 Trimmed Hats,
Unbeaten Bargains in
ITats trimmed most elegantly
vita Sowers, ribbons, laces. QO.
aigrettes, eta All at JJOU
68c Benin! Straws, 46c
Splendid rains la fine Cental
Straw frhort-back Sailors, Maci
ana wniie. &oia ererTwheron
i or C8a. Our price only..
812-814 7th St. '
GAY DAYS AT BERKELEY.
Many 'WahhiiiitonlnnM at tho TVest
Berkeley Springs, TV. Va., Aug. 4. So
much of the spirit of old-time hospitality
still lingers in the atmosphere of Berkeley
that every one is infected by it, and gaie
ties of all kinds are now following each
Other in such rapid succession that re
cently it was decided necessary for the
social leaders to consult, so that cjcli one
might secure some unoccupied dale for her
own special entertainments.
Among the most important of recent events
was a tea given by Sirs. Ilockhill, wife
of the Third Assistant Secretary ot State,
in honor of Mrs Mullau, a promincntl mem
ber of the National Society of Colonial
Dames of America, and her daughter. Ik
llullan, of Washington. Tho Rockhill cot
tage is piclureqaely situated on one of the
highest cliffs of ihc Warm Hprjug Mount
ain, and is admirably adapted to enter
taining. Tho wide entrance hall is par
ticularly au object ot interest from the
number of valuable curios and heirlooms
with which it is stored. Mr. Hockhlll.
who is one of the most famous Oriental
scholars of the day, is now in London,
where ho has been invited by the Itoyal
Geographical Society to deliver a series of
Mrs. Cnartwick. wife of Commander
Chadwiek, United Slates Xavy, also gave
a charming S o'clock tea during Ihc past
week. Oa Monday a tally-ho party con
sisting of twenty gentlemen, accompanied
by a band, made J. day's trip through the
beautiful mountain scenery by which Berk
eley Is surrounded. The coach ued was
the big four-horse one which early in the
present cenlury carried the mail and pas
sengers along the route from Berkeley to
On Monday evening the Misses Robinson,
ot Baltimore, entertained, among the
guests present being Lieut, and Mrs. C.
M. Kny and Mr Clarey Ray, of Washing
ton; Mr. fiamuel Tcters, ot Philadelphia,
and the Misses George, of Baltimore, who
are well known In Washinston as famous
riders and members of the EILrldge Club.
A large uumber of tbe summer homes at
'RAMRLRR" CYCL ES AT THOMAS CIRCLE. '
In Great Variety.
$1.9S Colored Duck Suits, $1.19.
f 1 03 Duck Sails, in all colors
and patterns, well mado, fall ff j I Q
slseves, wldo skirts, only...... 4I . I 0
39c Fine Ladies' Drawers, 2oc
Here's an eye-ojwner! 25
dozen Ladles excellent Mus
lin Drawers ytith'ZM lech etn-
broidered ruffld headed wIJi
tucks splendid ralne at SSc
Nov the price is
39c Ladies' Short Shirts, 2oc.
One special lot ot Ladles'
Cambric hort Skirts, with
wldo hums flne tucks above
yoke bandi Regular Talue,
S9c. Special price.....
7oc and 87c Shirt Waists 49c
All our :5c and STc Una Ter.
cale bbirt WaUts In styll-m
stripes and checks rerj largo
sleeves laundered hilars
audcuCs. Price now
59c Laundered Waibts, 39c
Just a email lot of Iunder
ed Sblrt Waists, in oreUv
dots, stripes and checks lu
black, red, pink and blue,
Kegular price, 5Ja Special ..
715 Market SDace.
Berkeley are occupied by Washington
people. Among them Is The Castle, built
by the late Col. S. Taylor Suit, of that city,
and now occupied by his widow and chil
dren. In iu lofty situation upon a high
cliff its niasK.t sJtpae liattl(nvntfl and
its terraces cut in the mountain side, it re
mindsone stron glytif tbe feudaUtrng!'old
of the Rhine. Within the idea is aUo
well carried out in the great entrance ball
extending the length of the house, with its
stone walls and enormous fire-places at
either end, Mrs. Suit, it will be remem
bered, was formerly MHa Felham, of
Washington, and a w-ice of tho gallant
Mijor John Ptlham, ot Confederate ar
Another handsome residence, where a
most delightful informal hospitality is
dispensed at all times is that belonging to
Mr and Mn. Josias. Dent, of Washington.
At tbe Bt'rkeley Springs lintel tho season
is now at its belKbt. and arrivals are be
coming more and more numerous. Among
the guests there is rnoro than tho tfusal
proportion of loiely young girls and at
tractive men. Among tbe latter none is
more popular tiian Mc. John L. Milk, jr.
Other Washington people who nave re
cently arrived at Ihe hotel are Col. F.
BrldgRiaa, United Stat-3 Army; W. L.
Fentress, C L. Mawson, Mrs M. Biiimen
thal. the Mie BliinwoUial, Mrs. X. II.
Darton and family, Mr. Clary Ray, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Dina!!nd family. Dr.
and Mrs. Louis Mack i'; .ll.TallmananA
Mrs. W. W. Carter. ,
Suit for Partition.
Jeromo Robert'on has filed suit against
Mary Alice Reid and others, all Heirs
of the late Anu Roborttou, asking for tho
sale of tbe property. No 3273 Prospect
ttrect, aud a illusion of tbeproccedsaniong
Joe Whiu, who figured in the stabbing
affray last night, is reported at the Emer
gency Hospital as being much better to-day,
and hopes are entertained of his speedy
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