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S -US ALWAYS FLAINlMWa FOR
It does seem
strange that these
commodities are so
much more bought
on Saturdays than
any other day. It
seems the need be
comes more appa
rentwe infer so
from the qualities
generally sold on
Here r special price to-morrow:
LADIES' FINE WHITE COTTON
IIOSK, HICIIELIEU BIB OB PLAIN. S5o '
LADIES' FINE LISLE HOSE, BU8SKT
SHADES. FANCY DROP STITCH OR
PLAIN SSc S PAIRS FOR $1.00
LADIES' SILK-PLATED HOSE IN
WHITE. CREAM. HUSSET AND
HEItMSDORF BLACK 58c PAIR
Ladles' Fine Muslin Drawers, finished
with a cambric ruffle, cluster of tucks
bore yoke bands, full width'. sic
Ladies' Flue Cambric Corset Corers,
yoke of fine Ilamburg, edged around
neck and sleores to match! all sizes,
Ladies' llu-lln Qo-rns, jnvdo of very
fine muslin, with fine tucked yoke, cam
bric ruffle around tho neck and sleeves,
Lndies'4-button fllace Gloves
In White. Pearl and Yellow, In
Plain and FjncylJrode sLZ QOn
Ladioi'S-button-lcni-th Suede QOn
Gloves in Whito and Cream.... vJOu
AUofourESc and S3- Mitts Q
One lot of Lisle Thread nnd
Cotton Gloves. Were 15 to 25c. r
S5c Teck Scarfs, all silk. Litest color
ings Now 12c.
OurSOcTeck Scarfs marked down to
Boys' Sailor Collar, embroidered or
plain. Were 30. ow25c
In order to closo our stock of Era
broi lercl Collarettes, we oiler to J ou a
bargain Our SL93 Collar! now, S1.13
One lot iw-ln. All-silk Cauzo lllbbon,
all shades. Worth 25c yard.
SPECUL PRICE, imc
One lot SJJ-ln. Double-face Satin lilb
bon, all -.Pk, all shades. Worth Ut
SPECIAL P11ICZ. 15c VARD.
Ono lot No. W All-sltk Satin Oros
Crda Jtibbon. Worth 25c yard.
SPECIAL PHICE, 19c YARD.
Open until 9 o'clock
to-night. Our store is
delightfully cool, our
patent cooling fans pro
ducing a splendid tem
perature. Shopping made a
pleasure here. No flies
8MPLK A GLASS OF WILD CHER
RY WHILE HERE. NO CHARGE.
420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. ?
Iin EXI'KCTS TTVE YEARS.
Samut'I Douslas 'Given mi r.iuml
mil Ion and Locki-d Up.
Samuel Douglas, whose career was ex
posed in The Evening Times of yesterday,
was taken to police headquarters ibis
morning and Iniector HollinborgiT tried
to grt miethinj- out or him in regard to
hit. crooked transactions.
Notliini-could be obtanied from hlai, bow
ever, ai.d l.c save Iho officer the impres
sion that lie was slightly demented .
Detectives Boardnian and Khodes were
assigned to nivestigate his case, and after
he had been returned to the ttntion hi-use
they Tisited several places where lie was
known. They found not that iie had gotten
money from girls and was guilty of tx cral
very questionable transactions, but noth
ing on whclh a criminal charge could be
He will be charged in the rolice court
Monday, howerer, witirbeing a suspicious
character, nnd in the meantime the defec
tives hope to substantiate the charges
again Mm or bigamy end other seiious
About 5:30 o'clock; last evening te
walkd up to Policeman C. H. Bradley In
Georgetown and surrendered hkn-elf. He
had no donW gotta tired of remaining in
biding, and loM the officer ho understood
thre w,uj a warrant out tor his arrest.
The policeman escorted Douglass to No. 7
station lions') and a telephone message was
fnt to police headquarters announciag that
be was In custoav.
As soon as possible Detective Benjamin
Rhodes, who has been working or. the case,
with Detective Doardruan, called at No. 7
and had a long talk with the fly young man.
After the conversation, Mr. Rhodes had no
hesitancy In saying be regarded Douglass
as "a very slicfc young man."
Before he -was locked up and the charge
of suspicion entered opposite his same on
the blotter, Douglas told one of tbe police
men that he expected to get not ! than
Pre yean Tor his misdeeds.
Be anro mid buy tbe sreat Sunday
Times, 20 pages, 3 cent.
Hi n .
Universities Laying Plans for Mora
Now Department)! to Be Started and
a General Impetus Apparent
In Local Corteges'.
Tbe Georgetown medical faculty has de
cided that tbe study of medicine is too im
portant a branch to be taught as hereto
fore, only In evening classes. In Bicak
ing of this important Change, one ot the
professors stated' that new matriculates
In its school of medicine will be required
to attend day classes. Those who have
alroady entered tbe old system of night
classes will be furnished tuition on the old
plan. Tho college will not break Its implied
contract with them by compelling attend
ance at the day classes.
This niovo lins been, undertaken for
many reasons'. The old 8 stem of night
class's seemed to be especially designed
for department clerks. Regular practi
tioners objected to tbe graduates ot these
classes holding their official positions and
then devoting their evening hours to medi
cal and surgical practice. Besides this
tbe hospitals ot Washington have advanced
so that a splendid opportunity is afforded
for the study of clinics. This hospital
experience was impossible for night classes,
but it is no less necessary for a well equip
ped medical graduate.
Georgetown has even gone further than
tills. A preliminary examination will be
an Imperative prerequisite for admission
to Hie medical school. This will consist of
an English composition in the applicant's
own handwriting; the fundamental rules
of arithmetic) Algebra, through quadratics;
elementary physics. Gage; nud an ac
quaintance with Latin, equal to one year's
regular study. Those who are conditioned
in any of those branches will be given one
j ear to make up the deficiency.
Heeaftcr an applicant for the medical
coarse at Georgetown will have to show
tiiatiho is fitted to begin his Btudlcs.
Important improvements have also
been made in the curriculum. Dr. T.Morris
Murray will give a special course ou phy
sical diagnosis. Dr. Hugh M. Smith, ad
junct professor of anatomy, in charge ot
Thorough Instruction in military sur
gery will be given by Dr. George M.
Kober. This course, with hvglenic in
struction by the same professor, will ex
tend over two years. Three years will
be devoted to materia medlca ami thera
peutics. The first year will be devoted
to nrennr&tlon. wrifrhtg. mejiitiirpH- in-
compatibilities and the elements of phar-
macv: the second and third to the nhvsl..-
logical action of drugs.
Dr. J. J. KiU)oun, tbe bacteriologist, will
be assisted by Drs. Austin O'Malley and
Edward A. Penny.
Tbe school will make especial efforts
to carry out the provisions of tbe ana
tomical act passed by the last Congress,
and additional material will hereafter
be provided to facilitate the practical
study of anatomy.
The post-graduate course of this uni
versity was established in 1849. and has
continually advanced Its curriculum. This
year there Is a decided development. In
ethics a more extended application of
ethical principles to modern conditions
of society will be conducted four hours
every week. This will include a close
examination-into the vital questions of
the day, property, socialism, cominunKm,
capital, labor, land, the state, church and
school, and tbe principles of political
A more advanced course of literature will
be conducted three hours a week, and will
comprise an analytical, comparative and
critical history of the chief literatures
of tbe worid Orii ntal, classical, mediae
val, renaissance and tne various modern
11 tera tu res of E u rope.
The new faculty of the dental school
showsa few chaoses. D r. Henry C. Thomp
son Is president, and Dr." T. Hall Lewis dean
Dr. D. Webster Prentice is nrofessor
of melerla medica; D. Kerfoot Shute,
professor of anatomy; Emll A. Sciimeinitz,
professor ot chemistry;; William C.irr,
professor of physiology. Dr. V'eranus
A. Moore has been promoted to the chair
of normal blutolocy, and Walter A. Low
and Charles R. Rice are newly appointed
The department of letters in the scientific
school adds a new feature, by nn intro
ductory course of the Polish language
and llttralure. This Is an experiment of
teaching the Ehuonic languages, and if
successful, Bohemian will Le added to
next year s courto. A collection of Tolloh
national songs and poetry and legends
will lie studied, tocetlier with the syn
tactical structure of the language, its
istory and foreign elements.
Tills department Is under tbe direction
ot Hermann Bchoenfold, b. D., a graduate
of the universities of Berlin, Breslan and
Leipslg, and the autbor of "Higher .Educa
tion in PolaLd," published in connection
with the Bureau of Education.
Tb workmen will leave McMaSonJIall
about September 10. The bulldlrg is now
receiving tbo finisbing touches to the
oruarueutal woodwork, ai.d tLe furniture
for the lecture balls and dais-rooms is
now being shipped.
Tbe ball will be formally opened on
Tuesday, October 1, wben Mgr. Satolli
and tbe cardinal will preside at tbe cere
monies. Tbls scbool -will comprlrc tho
department of pbilosopby, proper, of let
ters, ot mathematics, of pbytica! rciences,
of tech noSogy , and of tbo biological studies,
and is to be known as tbo McMabon School
For the department of letters Dr. Henry
Hyvernat. D. I., le chief Instructor of
Dr. Hyveruat will conduct a primary
course of Oriental studies for such ss de
sire a thorough philological and archac
olosfa! training in order to make a specialty-
or the languages and antiquities
or the Semitic countries.
Rrv. Daniel Qulnn, wno has been in Eu
rope blnco the spring. Is daily expected at
tbo university. Dr. Qulnn will be profes
sor or Greek and head or tbe academy of
Hellenic studies. In this connection he will
rraNUh at the hall a. Greek periodical called
the Deltion, the rim ot i ts kind ever printed
in this country, and which will be entirely
devoted to (be revival of ancient and. lbs
study of modern Greek
Tbe handsome residence tbat Jod?e Bob-
.,.. t.ww. S. JLn.J..ZL
J'lV.VU. wuuj,.. uwva,9V iu Ola LU.UIUJ
are now in New Haven, Conn., where the
Judge has for many years been connected
with Yale as dean and lecturer In tbe law
A TEJf DATS FREE OEFEIU
Morning- Tlmea ambcrfben- own Intra
Tbe nrenlss; Tltwea delivered free
for one -rack by sustsrlnsr rmfneat at
tfae-ofl few. This offer kolda for uttty
ten days'; . - - - .
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FACTS, FADS AND FASHIONS
Goazipy Gleanings of Interest in
the Home Circle.
Hints for Making tbo Kitchen En
durablo During tbe Hot Weather,
and Other Useful Information.
The summer kitchen! Hojpy is she tb
whom that term suggests a sightly little
cabin, a stone's throw removed from
the dwelling-house, connected with it by
a covered walk. Such a one has no cause
to complain of hor lot. She does not have
to weigh tbe merits of gas and oil Btoves.
She does not have to consume her dinner
in advance, as it were, with the odors ot
meats and Tegotnbles permeating the en-
f IrA limiKA RtiA ifnai ftrtt llvn In rnnttnnt
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not to ber the only refuge from a weekly
period of roasting. But, alas! her name
is not legion. She dwells mainly south of
Mason and Dixon's line.
What Is the summer kitchcnito most
women? A small, insufferable; apart
ment, liadlv lighted by one, or, where the
architect has been extraordinarily gen
erous, with two windows; a room where
a range roars in dog days; where the odors
of summer vegetables and fruits cling; a
room that sends forth through the house
more heat in August than tbo furnace can
b persuaded to give out in December.
One bears of otber kitchent rooms of
tiles nnd bard wood, wltb glatL-doored
dressers nnd electric cooking appliances.
But so far the gra-pmg builder bos not
put tl.eni into tbe flats be means to rent
at reasonable talcf. However, they give
hints to tbe woman wise enough to act
upon hints. If she cannot have tiled
walls the will at least bavo wan cov
ered with wasbab'.o lli.oIeum paiier in
tile pattern. This will l.c Ilgbt In color,
both because tbo dark, little room will
thereby bo brighter and because the up-
to-date housewife wants btr belongings
to show dirt as toon at tbere is any dirt
toshow. 8be will dun ber walls daily wltb
a broom covered at tbe bottom wltb canton
flannel, and she will wab them weekly by
tbe same simple mctbod, but with another
If she cannot have bard-wood floors,
she will have floor" painted and Varnished
until they ore bard crough for all prac
tical urpusc and are easy enough to clean.
Her 6luk will cot be boxed up underneath
to afford a delightful barborage to pots
and pans and a tnre one to water-bugs,
but will bave its supports exporcd. Her
kitchen cuplioards will have glars doors
and In tbem sbe will keep in ihlning array
all the grocery supirtlos and provisions
which do not need to Lo put in the ice-box.
Tlie ice-lKx will not be part of tbe kitchen
furnishing, but will bave a place or Its own
outside tbe kitchen door.
The big table ou which rood is prepared
Tor cooking will not, in tbe wise woman's
bouse, be a modern one. If she cannot have
a long marble Blab, suggestive of a butch
er's shop, sho will cover the table with
zinc. Zinc will not absorb Juices as wood
does, and it can always be kepi clean with
out the expenditure of unnecessary
The ordinary ranso will not be used by
tbe wise woman during the summer. Sho
will use a gas stove instead. These have
been so improved during recent years lhat
a dinner or many courses may be easily
prepared on them . They are easy or adjust
ment, and once a meal Is cooked tbe tire
can be immediately put out and the room
restored to a normal temperature.
Charcoal and soda arc among woman's
best tri-nds in tbe summer kitchen. Soda
dissolved in boiling water and poured into
the sink dally keeps it clean and whole
some. Charcoal kept in tbe refrigerator
Hi a small saucer helps to keep meat and
butter untainted- It is an admirable kitcb
en disinfectant and cannot be too freely
used. A. tin cup filled with vinegar and
pl-.ee J on the back ot the stovo will prevent
trvj spread of cooking odors throughout tbe
One or tbe pluckiest things which a man
who has traveled all over the world says
that ho ever saw was the act or a woman
whom be never spoke to nor even saw near
enough to know whether sho was ohl or
yoang. It was out in a California canon on
a hot summer's afternoon, says tbe Youth's
Companion, and bo wasdrivingslowly "pa
steep mountain road. On one side wus a
'wall or rock and un tbo other a precipice
fell otf Into a valley perhaps a hair a mile
wide. Across tbts valley was another road
Just like the one lie was traveling strep.
winding, and precipitous, and to narrow
tii i 4ssAnati wnfrfl wt tM bv It &
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wagon, the norsesemven bya woman, who
was alone. As the two wagons crawled
slowly up, suddenly the man heard a sharp,
quick sound, tbat romebow startled him.
Ho turned and saw, to hb !rorroT( rearing
down tho steep ascent ara fall galop, a.
pair ot powerful horses, attached to -a
heavy wagon, euchns the Mexicans used
to draw wood In. Down tbey came, straight
In Uio path of which the- woman- was driv
ing; A moment-more ami sudden destine--Uoo
would be upon her.
- The gentlcuiau opened bis Kps lo cry oat-
Half a mile or valley separated Mm from-!
the woman He could only sit, frozen with
horror, awulling tbe end, Tbe woman bad
stopped her team and sat as it petrified. It
was impossible to. turnaround or even to
Suddenly, to bis ilnutterablo amazement,
tbe watcher saw tbe woman deliberately
rise lu her seat, raise her arm and fire.
There was a.llash.a puff of smoke, a re
port, and simultaneously the outer or tbe
two frenzied bor-es-,sturubled, fell and.
pitched headlong, dragging bis companion
and the woguu over into the gorge belo w.
All this bad passed iu a flash. Tbe
watcher, stupefied and gasping, sat gazing
at tbe valley, Into the depths of which the
mad vision bad disappeared. Then he
looked at the mountain opposite. Tbe nar
row road was perfectly free, tbe.alr was ns
still as before, the silence unbroken and
l innru with the solitary woman was
..cuy winding up the road again.
It was a cool and rarely brave act.
An instant's Indecision, tbe trembling of
a baud, would have been fatal; but both
brain and band were under absolute control.
In nine cases out of ten it is not the danger
which kills us , but we who cowardly com
manders of ourselves lay down our arms
No really dainty woman will ever make
her tablecloths and napkins by ruatliine,
b J t will sew thuu by band wltb tbe neatest,
finest stiches of which she Is capable, fin
ishing the ends of tbe hem with care. Nap
kins should have the narrowest hems possi
ble, done with short, "e,ven stitches, and
tbe family initial may be embroidered in
the corner, lu white only. Some women pre
fer to mark napkins near the selvedge, half
way from each hemmed end. Tbls enables
one to fold the-napklnsjanclrully and dls-pla-s
the embroidery to great advantage.
In addition f tbe napkins there are tbe
little dollies, which arf'used under finger
bwL These are extreiuely pretty it slm
plv scallopedln whitJ'pttonaround the
edges A simple1 letter in toe centre is
sometimes used. "
Surprise desserts nrejalways in demand.
They glvp the correct' finishing touch to
a little dinner. Here llja' rectipt which, if
followed, will delight one's guests and alio
reflect credit upon the hnstns: Select six
firm, good sized banahas and remove the
pulp, bslng careful to spljf open tbe banana
so that the skin wlll'bs 'as perfect as pos
sible. Beat (be pulp totareani, measure it
and add halt tie quantity or sliced peaches,
one tablespoonrul of lmon Juice, three ta-ble-poonful
of sherry rviue. MJ-r this well
together and bo very care.'ul not to havffthe
pulp toollquid. Then fill fie banana skins
and stand them on ice. Before serving tie
each banana with ribbon.
A pretty "catch-all"- for one's bedroom
can b made of a palm leaf fan. Get one
of the large size and telect for a cover
Tor it such chad' or cree paper ns will
harmonize with the furnishings of your
room. Cover the fan smoothly with it, glu
ing tho Inpped-over edges to the back or the
fan and fustcnlug a piece cat Just to fit
th- fan over that by gumming slightly at
the edges. For the pocket take a loig
pice of nmll or silk and gather it top and
bottom, lenvlng a ruffle ot itself, and
fasfn to the front Bide ot tbe fan with
small bows at tbo four jioluts where the
gathering string ends. Let tbe handle
of tho fan set out nt right angles from
th pocket, which should be only a little
over half as deep at the fan itself. Hang
to tbe wall by ribbons.
Marine blue In all its gradations Is a
color very effective in the new millinery
riblions. A novel purpose to which It Is put
is as a bonnet crown. It Is shirred or
plaited and combined witb lace or Jet, and
tbe toque formed is exceedingly pretty
Outstanding flntlngH of lace or fancy
straw form a sort of brim, and tbeebapeaii
is completed by ties or the ribbon about
one inch inwidtb. Emerald green span
gles on black silk Jetted net, draped over
golden green satin, 'ormed a very striking
waist made in blisc fashion, with, immense
Queen Anne Ict".-s, alio of net-covered
satin. Tbere wasa-pangledcol!aranIrir-dle,
and the waist was worn with a skirt
or black satin, wltb a skirt border ot Jet
four incites wide. Ribbon of thin -illk
tissue is now used in making the petals ot
flowers for millinery purposes. White
flowers are particularly favored, and tbe
blue cornriowcr Is now being rivaled
by the new white variety. Large double
poppies of the thinnest white tissues art
very beautiful, and at present the ultra
fashionable flower for'large garden bats
Long sprays of pendant flowers, such as
laburnum, lilac, wisfria. ets., are being
larg"ly used for the bretclle and epauettcs
of evetunsdresaes. They have a very pretty
effect, falling over the arm. Berthas of
pink ro-rs and shoulder straps of the
same popular riowers are also much liked,
and the sleeve, a mere, drapery ou tbe
undir sido or tbo anij', Jeaviug tbe top
or the arm bare to the, qlipukler, is caught
again above the clbowby a bracelet of
ross- ' "
Never throw away oJa'bats, no matter
how dusty or forlorn ttwVnay look. Beno
vate tbem. It lc-not fiearly so impossible
as It Bems.f For instance, take an old
straw orflt bat. It i'dusty and mls-sbapn-
WhlJk it thoYiS.rt-bly. and, get a
hot Iron rady. Lay the'n'at On an ironing
table. Place .a damp clolh over the- brim,
Pfsa It thoroughly with the but iron, and
do tb-i same with thecitwn, nnd yoirwill I
find a crisp, bright, brand vrxr hat or-as
good. To reaovnta sUx-wataM rip up tbe I
silk. from Jtn Iteiog.pdHit-ltv-a- plot- of 1 1
naptba and rub it thoroughly. Then take
it out, lay I: on n cloth and rub it all over
very quickly wltb a. piece of flannel until
quite dry. Tbe silk will tben appear al
most as well as new. To renovate black
dress goods that seem beyond repair, get
a five-cent package of borax and dissolve
it in a pail of Vpid water. Lot the goods
soak over night in tbe water and next
morning rub them a little on the hand,
squeezing rather than wringing tbem out
of fho water. Before tbey are quite dry
press tbem on tbe wrong side with a hot
Mrs. Ernest 'Leverson, who writes so often
andso amusingly InPuncb.the Yellow Book
and other papers and magazines, is a very
pretty woman, quite young, and always
beautifully dresred. Bbe does not consider
that you must be dowdy btcauto you are
brilliant, and believes that you can (bow
your cleverness in your clothes as well as in
With broad-brimmed bat
With tanned gloves that
Would fit a doll;
Wilb laugh and smiles,
And pouts and tears;
On meadow stiles,
On ocean piers;
Who loves to write
Ou ream and ream;
With appetite ,
For rich ice cream
Hey give a cheer.
You lusty clown;
Your summer girl
Has come to town.
Sleeves for plain day dresses are always
worn long, sometimes too long. Some,
which end in tho form ot the mouth of a blun
derbuss or of a flute, are most unbecoming.
In many Instances the presence of cotton
in cloth cannot be detected by mere feel
ing. The only sure method In such cases is
to boll a piece of the goods in a solution or
caustic potash, which will eat up tbe wool
and leave the vegetable fiber Intact.
Sugar sclssorsl Strong and not unlike a
nut-cracker in appearance. Is this new ap
pointment Tor the "five o'clock." Tbe han
dles are silver and the chased sugar canes
and leaves form a lovely decoration, but the
blades are ueccsxartly clumsy. Tbey cut
loaf sugar into any sized cubes desired,
and are not only a novelty, but a con
venience. A pretty decoration for tbe breakfast ta
ble is a mass of long-stemmed carnations of
one shade or or the different shades. Tbey
should be heaped lu a Vei.elian gLiss of
graceful shape and allowed to tumble over
lis wide rim iu winning carelessness. A
quantity of the lung-summed foliage ot
the carnation plant should accompany tbe
Black glace gloves are coming in again.
They are very elegant and harmonize ad
mirably wltb certain dresses.
Sun-hades are made of Ivy-green taf
fetas, similar color to that of library cur
tains, with cane handle and gold knob,
and go very well wltb some dresses.
One of tbe best models of the season Is
a large hat. with the brim drooped on
one side and raised on tbe other, and a
tall, narrow crown, widest at tbe top.
This, of jellow straw, i trimmed with
a doable puff on tbe edge of tbe yellow
cblffon, ,i bunch of dark red roses set
under the brim on the rolled-up side, and
round the trown a black grenadine rib
bon twisted in the front, tied iu three
standing pu't loops behind. The effect
i- quaint. Feathers are not in great
favor, but chiffon Lice, ribbon and flow
ers are all used and often put ou tbe
same bat. Old shapes of 18.30 and Louis
XVI period are much affected for mount
ain and seashore wear.
Mrs. E.Hogan,herdaughter,MisS Maud,
and little son. Arnold, of No. 101 F street
northwest, yesterday left for their former
borne In Nova Scotia, where they will
spend the remainder of the summer visit
ing her own and her husband's parents.
The semi-monthly hop of the Potomac
Boat Club was held at the boat bouse last
night, and was, despite the warm weather,
largely attended, and thoroughly enjoyed
by tboec present. Among the guests of the
club were Miss Munge, Miss TelatI, Dr.
J. W. Cannon and ladle. Mr, and Mrs. Ed
ward F. IUgs. MI.s Hates, Miss Fijnn,
Miss Archer, Miss Annan, Miss Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Yarsell, and Miss Mill
er. Messrs. J. liar- MlUcr.P.W. Dexter,
Will Dexter, G. V. l.Jek, D. J. Chaunccy,
N. L. Collamer, Ch. U-o flints, Ailam John
son , T. D. Crowe. F. E. Porter, C. F. Young,
F. Ryan, Will Howard, and others.
Miss Emma Wllklreon, of Capitol Hm,
will leave for Bound Hill In a few days to
be absent until September.
Mrs. L. L. Blake, wife of Capt. Blake, of
the Macalesler, and her two children, Mar
ion and Lowell, left yesterday for North
field, Vt., where Jhey will be tbe guens
of Capt. Blake's sister, Mrs. Dr. Nichols.
Mrs. Blake will be absent until tbe middle
Miss Shlrly Potter, or Capitol Hill, will
leave on Monday Tor tho mountains of Vir
ginia to be absent about three weeks.
Miss A. T. Whitman, ot K street, is vis
iting relatives ou tbe Jersey coast, and
will not return until late In October.
Misses Annette and Vlrgle Neely are
Miss Genevieve Whltlock and her sis
ter, Mrs. Sims, ot Chicago, win leave for
tbe home ot the latter on Monday.
Mrs. Alexander Gardner, wbo was so
badly hurt during a recent visit to Atlan
tic City, is much improved.
-Dr. M B. Daly, No. 81 H street northwest.
bas returned to the city after au enjoyable
Vacation spent at Hamilton, "Va. He left
bis family at tbe resort. - -
Miss Frances Court nay Bayler, tbo well-'kniwrrwrH-T-epent
a lew. days Id Wash
ilngton early In tbe week, and left oa
Thursday for bet borne ln-Wlncheste-v Miss.
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Baylor, before coming'to Washington, was
in Philadelphia, visiting tbe Lipplncotts.
Mrs, Vincent, accompanied by ber tister.
Miss Lancaster, left tbs city a lew days
since for a vitit to Atlantic City.
The Turkish minister, accompanied by
tbe Belgian minister, Mr. Le Ghalt, has
left Bar Harbor, where they bave been
spending tbe season np to this time, and
are now at Newport for tbe remainder or
Ibe summer. It is probable tbat before
returning to Washington in tbe late autumn
Mavroyenl Bey at least will spend some
time at Lenox.
Mrs. Henry Wlllurd is spending; tbfl sum
mer at Nantucket, according to ber an
nual custom, and is one of tbe matrons
nt tbe ball to be given on Friday next by
tbe Wenccder Cycler Club.
Mr. John Tweedale is at Long Branch.
Capt. Craig1 is spending tbe summer witb
tu family at Berkeley Springs.
Col. Wintbrop is occupying bis spare
time since bis tecent retirement in learn
ing to ride tbe bicycle. Mrs. Wiuthrop
is already a fine rider, and as soon as tbe
tbe colonel becomes proficient tbey are
locking forward to some cnjoyalle trips
about tbe environs of WaphlPton x.d the
many places o Interest in tbe Icinlty
of the city.
Mrs. J. Hall -Colgate is spending the
present month In tbe Blue Eidge Moun
tains. Mr. and Mrs. George Gorham , after a stay
at York Beach, Me., are now at Plttsfield.
family are spending the summer at Ocean
Dr. and Mrs. Yarrow are spending the
month of August in the White Mountains.
Mrs. R. J. 8torrow is at Lake Mohunk.
N. Y., for tbe summer.
Mrs. William Hay v d bas gone to Ocean
City, Md., for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. mown are spend
ing tbo summer at Lenncbunkport.Me.
There wasapleasantiv--at tbe residence
of Mrs. Hagemann, No. 337 D street south
west, last evening. Among those present
were Miss Lulu Bodemann, of Baltimore,
Emma Stephenson, C. and L. Hagemann,
K. Echaefer, L. Mullen, Messrs. It. Mc
KUdio, G. and C. Schaefer. J. Mullen. J.
Mcintosh and Harry Alder, of Baltimore.
Miss Lulu Souder, of Ninth street, left on
Friday for an extended visit to friends in
Mrs. E. S. Collamer and Miss Lenore
Collamer are at Hill Top House, Harper's
Ferry, W. Ya.
Dr. and Mrs. John H. Burch have left for
Atlantic City, where they will Join her
mother, Mrs. J. U. Hilton and daughter,
Mb Katie Hilton. Dr. Burch will return
In a week. Tbe remaining party will
extend their visit to New York.
The engagement is announced of Mr.
James E. Karnes and Miss Stella Mar
guerite Carbury, the wedding to take
place Ibe 17tb Instant at fit. Aloyslus
Church. After a month's tour Mr and
Mrs. Karnes win be borne at No. 440
New Jersey avenue.
TAK0MA PARK ITEMS.
Work on tbe extension of Tulip avenue
is progressing briskly. Tbe timber is
nearly all out and grading will be begun in
a few days.
At the last buslress meeting of the Chris
tian Endeavor Society Miss Nan Mc
PbTson tendered ber re3lcnatlon as
president, on account of ill health and con
sequent inability to attond to the dut'es
of tbe office. Tbls action was deeply re
gretted by tbe society. Miss McPberson
will l'avo Bhortly for a vicit to Harper's
Muss Kate Morrison, who bas been
sp-'ndlng the summer wltb Mrs. Du Shane
Cloward, left yesterday for ber bomr la
Tli") ladies ot tbo Methodist Society gave
an ice cream social on Friday evening at
Takoma Hall, which was quit1 well pa
tronlzd. A very pleasant tbne was hod.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. H"nton, Jr., are
spending- a few days i iiWnshiia-tou.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Johns, of Washington,
W9ru visiting Dr. and Mrs. Bennett Fri
Tbe Botany Club held its weekly meet
ing at the residence of Mr. Moreo3 on Thurs
day evening. Mr. George W. Mankey. of
Washington, an oxiiert botanist, was
among thosi present.
Miss Veda Dawson and Miss Ida Gard
ner, of Washington, wero guests during
tho week of Miss Edna Dyer, of Magnolia,
Quite la large number of Christian En
deavor young ladles attended the Boston
convention echo- meeting held at the Me
morial Lutheran Church last Friday even
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Minna Tliolr Valuables.
James McDonald, a soldier at Washing
ton Barracks, reported at police head
quarters to-day tbat on the 7th Instant a
gold wgtcb was stolen from him. Dr.
B. L. Mnrgeuthal.of No. 220 Four-nud-a-half
K street, reported tbe loss by theft ot a
breastpin set wltb rubles. Mrs. E. L. Place,
of No. 1115 Tenth street northwest, re
ported stolen from ber -bouse Tuesday last
a silver water pitcher and a drip pan and
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