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Lansburgh & Bra
CLEANUP TO S O'CLOCK .
TO-NIGHT WE'RE YOURS.
That slves you from 8 a.
m. to 9 p. m.tc-nldht. Those
extra hours are for your
convenience, so If It Is Im
possible for you to come out
during the day you can rest
assured you'll be served
Just as Intelligently to
night. JEWELRY ITEMS.
Sterling Sliver Stick
Pins, handsomely de- IQc
48c Sterling Sliver Hat
Pins, baiurlfully de- OqC
White Metal Trilby
Hearts, with Initial
cd, and chain -
9Sc Boys' Solid Gold
Rings, with beautiful Age
Ladles' Fine Cotton
Hose, boot patterns;
with striped ana
plain light-colored IQjj
Black Fine Lisle
Hose, Rlche'.leu rib
or plain double soles.ORc
heels and toes www
3 pairs for SI.OO.
Boys' Extra Heavy
R bbed Hose. Size 6 QC
Black Fine Ribbed
Hose, double heel,
knee and toe SlzesO&C
5 to 9 .ww
If you are getting the
Children ready for school,
don't forget to supply them
with a few of those Silk
Reefer Scarfs, hemstitched,
which are worth ..75c, but
are selling for 25c each.
Children use these so freely.
25c lor 40c Extracts.
Until 9 to-night buy any
of our 4-Oc Extracts (best
odors) for 25c. We fur
nish the vial. Wood
worth's Delettres, Lubln's,
Oakley's and Other equal
ly as good Perfumers rep
420, 422, 424, 426 7th St.
EDUCATION- FOR Iti:AI 1-1 l-fl
KOR SONS AND DAUGHTERS.
The Spenccrlau Business College.
Rational Dank of the r.i'pulilic liulldlng.
cor. TUjanJI) nw. l)aj aiiclnl;lit.
In tlie National Capital ana tiiroCAiioat ths
country, Is a household word, cisociated
with thorough business trainios and a
The thirty-first scholastic year or thl
popular Institution begins Monday, Sep
tember 2. 1805. Five derartnieLls, viz.
Practical business. Inducing complete
tooVkeeplng course, English, rapid cal
culations, rapid writing, moral and social
culture, Delsarte -8 stem ot expression,
civics, polilicnl economy and commercial
law. Practical English, with Initiatory
bookleeping. Shorthand and TjpewrittCff,
Including English; Spencerian Kapld Writ
ing, Mechanical and Agricultural Drawing
Full corps ot thoroughly trained teacher
Spacious, brilliantly lighted, handsomt
talis and class rooms. Servipe of gradu
ates always in demand. Tirxns moderate,
but no competition with cheap schools.
The leading business men of Washington
nere trained la this college, and send their
sous and daughters and candidates for
employment here for training.
Tins college received from the World's
Columbian commission, a diploma for
"Excellence of Students' Work" in all of
the above departments.
Office open every business day and
night, on and arter Monday, Auguit 12.
Write or call for new annual announce
ment. MBS. SARA. A. SPENCEK,
Principal and Proprietor
FOK DAY SCHOLARS ONLY.
Classical, Scientific and Iiuslnesj Coursss.
Military Drill and Uniform.
Terns 110 per quarter.
Kev. CORNELIUS OILLESPIE, 3. J ,
THE Hay Kindergarten and Primary
bchonl, cor. lltli and II ttrcets rorth
cast -n ill reopen Sept. 10th. 'OS. Prln., MIs
Amy S. May, residence No. 71D 12th n.e.
Carriage will call for children. 6el4 2L
Various Sorts of Women ana How
Tlicy Look on Wheels.
There is a girl who sits unsteadily on her
saddle and wobbles from ber waist up like
a badly made blancmange.
There is the girl who leans far forward In
imitation of the "Ecorcher," and fondly im
agines she looks professional and is gaining
speed steadily in that position.
There is the girl who will ride on a low
bung saddki and whose knees punch the air
as sho rides.
There is the girl who rides wearing a wor
ried look, teeing neither to the right nor to
the left. She bows not to her mother, nor
to her father, nor yet to the stranger within
There is the big fat woman, looking as If
she had been split on her wheel and had
"run over" the sides of it. Bhe rides to re
duce her flesh. There is the scrawny aud
scraggy girl, built on the agricultural plan
of a ha track, riding to gaiu a little needed
There la the girl who grasps the hnndl
bars with a clutch of death and -wouldn't !t
them go for all the gold of Indies or ot Or.
There is the girl who rides Jauntily erect
and steadily on a high saddle, guiding her
wheel with one hand and the other hand un
the hip pocket of her little uloomcrloons.
There is the girl who rides, inwardly loath
ing it, because she flunks It's swagger to
wheel; Uiere's.another who rides to prove
that there Is nothing in this fin de sieclc age
sho can't do. There's the new woman, who
rides to show she Is emancipated. There's
the girl "who rides for the sake of her suit,
and the nirj who rides because her sweet
heart wants her to. There's the rich girl
who rides because she has found a now toy
, to spend ber money on, and there's the poor
K" 1 who rides becaose she wants to do as
rich girls do.
IT WAS A MEAGER REWARD
"Ships That Pass in the Night'
Netted Little Money.
Mix- Hnrrndcii Soya It Was Less Than
$700 Something About itaeCIeier
Young iVoimui Writer.
Miss Beatrice Barraden, baring read In a
number of newepapers that sl.e bad al
ready accumulated a large fortune by ber
writings, has made a statement as to the
amount of her earnings.
All that she eter received for "Ships that.
Pass in the Night" from Eugland was $500
and from America and the British colonies
combined she lias had the paltry sumof $100,
making $650 In all. Miss Harraden Is
email and slender, with a singularly gentle.
,wlnnlng expression on her delicate face.
Unfortunately, her health la so frail that
cho is unable to devote much time to liter
She is a sister of the well known composer,
Mies Ethel Harraden, and Is herself de
olcl to music. Her favorite braucli'ls vio
lin pin) Inc. She is the most conscientious
of literary workers, often rejecting whole
chapters that seem to her on rereading to
bo below her best leel, and this severe
telf-crillclsra costs her the more because
she can only v. rite for about half an hour
at a Btrctch. -
Miss Fannie E. Towner, of 1105 O street
northwest, has returned home from a islt
to friends in Tncoma, Wash., and Portland,
Oreg., -with the additional trip of two -weeks
to Alaska. As she returned she visited
YcllowKtone Park and friends in St. Paul
Mrs. and Miss Summerscales, who have
been in Europe arc expected to return In
a few da js.
Mr. T. L . Page, who has spent several
months at Ocean City. Md., has returned
much Improved in health.
Judge Luther It. Smith has returned to
the city from a trip to Detroit, Mich , to at-
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tend the meeting of the American Bar As
sociation, of which lie Is a member. Mrs.
Smith is visiting relatives In Princeton,
N. J and will return to the city about the
1st of October.
Gen. and Mrs. Oaks and daughter have
been spending the summer at Saruiac
Lake. Miss Oaks has made quite a record
as a raarkswomnn having killed several
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hayden and fam
ily have returned from Ocean Grave, where
they have spent the summer.
The many friends here of the Misses
Hendnckson, of Newark. N. J., will be
interested in the fact that their father
is a candidate for the governorship of his
Dr. George Fisher, of the War Depart
ment, who has liecn visiting his family
at his old home for the past two months,
Miss Mae V. Petty, of West Washing
ton, who has been spending several weeks
in Cleveland, Tenn., has gone to Chatta
nooga t.i visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry 3. Bolton, or E
street northeast, left a few days ago fur
an extended Westini trip, and will not
return until the last of October.
Mr. Frank n. Thomas, chief clerk of the
I'ostofficeDepartment. has returned from
New York, where he went to witness the
Mrs. Goodwin and ber daughters have
TLturned after a month's sojourn iu the
mountains of West VirgLiia.
Mr. and Mrs. Rnssell A. Ciapp, of
Knoxville, Tenn., are spending a few
days In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L .Jones, of Alien -town.
Pa , are spending a few days In
the city. .
Miss Mary T. Hermans, ot F street south
west, has returned home after an absence ot
three months. - ,
Mr jAn Phnrttnn nnn. h.. l.Mim
cards for the marriage of her daughter
LJiimii to ur. wiuiom a. Washburn, which
will take miaxo at Uio Metropolitan 1L E.
Church September 2S at B o'clock. After tlio.
church ceremony a reception will follow
at No. 027 Massachusetts avenue.
Senator Francis E. Warren and his wife
andchlltlienarc located at their former resi
dence, No. 172B Q street, for the winter.
Ulss Bessie Hlue, daughter of ex Commis
sioner Hlne, who has been spending the
summer in Ohio, has returned to her borne at
MnJ. Frank Strong, of the Department ot.
Justice, will leave early next week for At
lanta. MaJ. Strong has charge of the de
lln. Joseph Moser, who celebrated her
silver wedding on Wednesday evening, held
a reception of the sisters ot the Deborah
Lodge, of which she is a member, at her
residence. No. 32 K street, last evening
from 8 to 11.
Miss Emma and Lily Washburn left
on-TIiursday for New York city. They will
-villi stnti-n Island, Richfield Springs and
White Plains before returning laute In
Mr. and Mrs. Gcrome Deslo entertained
a, number of friends on Thursday e-vening
In honor ot the sixteenth birthday of their
laughter Tancna. The entertainment con
sisted principally of musical selections
and recitations by Miss Jessie Good. Re
freshments were sened and the festivities
kept up until a late hour. Among the guests
were the Mhues McGIll, the Misses Scbladt,
Mr. and Mrs. Philips and son and daughter,
Miss Bishop, Miss Conm.Il, Miss Malone
Miss Adele Morrison, ot. Q street north
west, lias returned after a delightful trip
through northern New York.
George O. Melton, who has spent the
past two months at Lake George, has re
turned fully restored to ljcaltji.
A musical ami dramatic entertainment
was enjoyed by the friends ot Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Edson, of No. 1728 New Jersey ave
nue, on Tburday evculng. The children,
Pauline Walnwnght, Pearl Edson, Berdie
Pick Me Up.
f"t. Bob and Frank Walnwright and
others gaer ecitatlons, talileaux, fancy
uaucing and contributed musical numbers.
Miss Carroll Dare Westcott, who has
been spending the summer with the family
of , Commissioner Truesdell at Deer Park,
will be married the latter part of the pres
ent month to Mr. George Trncsdell. Early
in October Mr. Truesdell and bis bride M ill
go abroad, where the furmer will Join a
theatrical troupe In Lnndnn.
Mies Jane Prall is spending some time at
Atlantic City. "
Gen. and Mrs. William H. Browne have
returned to WaEhlngton after a visit to one
of the neor by resorts.
Mies Ida Von Dachcnhaiiscn left the city
on Wednesday for a vSIt to relatives in
Virginia, where she will spend the autumn.
Mies Addle Graham is -visiting friends
on the Iludeon.
Miss Anna Graham has returned from a
visit to relatives near Philadelphia.
Miss Sue Lanman Is in the city visiting
Mrs. Charles Lanman.
Mies Catallna Barbarln left the city last
week for a visit to friends in Washington,
Mrs. Joslah Deener has gone to Washing
ton county, Md., for a vielt to relatives.
Ur. Herman Hollerith, who has been
(broad for some lime past on business, will
sail Tor this country to-day. Mrs. Hollerith
and her family have been spending I he sea
sou at their summer home Jn the mountains
of North Carolina.
The friends of Dr. Bromwell will be glad
to learn of his recovery. He will return to
Washington the first of October, making tbo
return trip by way or California, where he
has gone rrom Salt Lake City where he was
taken so ill some weeks since.
Mrs. Harry Heth has been critically ill
for a fortnight past, but Is nowrecovering.
Mrs. Sheridan will soon return from her
summer 'home at Nonqnttt. Her twin
daughters will be introduced to society dui
lng the coming winter.
Wss Janerftlggs. who has been abroad for
too summer visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Howard, will soon return to this country.
The marriase of Mr. Tbnrna Kelbaurn,
ot lit. Carrael, UiL, aad Miss DB A..
1 1 ryriSSJt
l AT TB3
it r; JON MARCUS.
50c on t(i's Dollar.
The sale or t3rp:&0 doion Women's Fins Per
cale, lladras. snif Lawn Hilrt aisu ot "S0e OS
TU DULLAlfMfcgau this uiorumg.
79 and 98c Waists
These ore the swat desirable patterns Intro
ducedlhlssei.EOn.iuia la addition to the hun
dreds of different uures, stripes, dots, etc., you
will find few 1U white sod light colors. Not
one worth less than II.
$1.25, $1.50, $2, and $2.25
The daintiest of light, delicate "Organdy"
colorings In snipes, cheeks, figures, and all the
light solid colors Also fine line of Black and
!svy Blue Lawn Walits. with neat little white
dots, stripes and .figures. These Waists were
made to sell for tl.is, 1 SO, 12. and t23.
$4. $4.50 and $5
Silk Waists. $2.69.
314 and 316 7th St
Page, of this city, was duly solemnized
last Wednesday by the Rev. W H. Chap
man, at his residence on Maryland avenue
northeast, a large number tit the friends
of each being present. Tnecongratulatlnns
ot all present crowned the event, and Mr.
and Mrs. Kelbaugb left at once for a trip
to New York and Boston.
Mrs. McArdle will not return to Wash
ington until the middle of next month from
Takoma, where she has been visiting her
father. Dr. J. Ford Thompson, for some time
asl. Dr. Thompson has entirely re overed
from his recent illness.
Iter. Dr. A. G. Rogers, ot the Church of
Our Futber.-wbo has been visiting his old
home in England, and Mrs. Rogers, who
has been in Vermont during the summer,
havereturned tothlsclty. They will reside
at No. 912 P street northwest.
Mr. R. C. Birch and Leonard Jones and
the Mioses Bessie and Sidle Cooper are the
guests of the Misses Grace and HoscKlup
per. Miss Lillian L. Andem is spending a
couple ot week with Mrs. Fred. Eberly.
THE VEHY LXTEST ABOUT COATS.
Forget me-Dotjblue -Bill be worn. Oidred
Is seen on mot-air samples tor fall.
After m iny)ups and do-n ns the email bo
lero Jacket comes out again in velvet, cloth,
lamb and sealskin.
So elaborately, arc capes trimmed that
even Astrakhan. and "baby" lamb models
bac motifs jut, Jet applied.
Cloth designs have a clufc fittirg back
and loose, doubje-breasted front havinjc
a .single or double row of buttons,
grayish cast are thought well of. Pigeon
dressy short coats, so evidertly capes are
not to have thclrown way without a rival.
Light greenUh tints and those of u
grayish cast ate thought well of. rigem
gray is bar.dtctue fur mohair. Light olive
green is epokeuuf.
Triple ehouidcr capes are put on In many
unique styles, 110 one idea prevailing.
Short capes are frequently buttoned across
the top. Some hoods r-.aie ends forming a
collar in frunt.
Greenish brown finds favor; musty brown
are good and all reditu browns, but this
color has not Leen worn here As much as
has been expected.
A cloth blouse, rot coming underthc head
of cMhera coat or cape, has tnree box plaits
at the back and four in front. It hangs
loo'ely oer tLe belt ard has a equare cov
ered with braiding or of Astrakhan fur.
Brocade and veUet lorg coats have tight
fitting fronts, and imall capes or large col
lars very much tnmmed. Full biehop sleeves
are novel on these garments, and godct
capes or collars of velvet completely cov
ered with "rich passementerie.
Long coats are talked of amoig feme of
the best houses. These are In light b(!gt
shades for fall, but later on will be worn In
black, brown, navy, dark green, Ac. Fur
stands first for the tnmrcing, amltluvchiths
will be smooth and rough.
Short coats arc in navy, dark green and
chamois ehades. They arc tight in fit and
have swallow tails lapels faced with silk,
wblchmay tie plain, embroiderednrbraided.
These garments are caught together at the
bust or waist hy a catte or brandebourg.
Fur edgings will finish these In midwinter.
BOUGHT IIEIl OWN STATUE.
Broken byn Ser ant .Mended by un Ar
tist itnd Purchaueed by Its Onner.
There was grief In a south side household
one day when n careless servant allowed a
valuable piece of statuary to fall and break
in a dozen pieces. The girl had a gixxi cry
and offered to pay for the marble, but this
was out ot the question. The man servant,
who was also coachman and landscape gar
dener, was instructed to take the fragments
of the art treasure and dispose of them. It
happened that he knew a tiling or two. In
stead of dumping the pieces into an ash
barrel he took them to a repair shop, where
they were carefully glued together by an
expert workman. When the job was com
pleted the servant took the marble to a
dealer in antiquities and objects ot art,
explained how he came into possession ot
it and received an equivalent ot two weeks
pay above the etiat of repairs. Some weeks
later the original owner came upon the
marble In tbeixhow window. He could
hardly believe bis senses, as he had bought
hi.-, marble as.'au original, and here was
another original. He went into the shop
and priced tbei figure. "That's very
cheap," he remarked.
"I mut explain to you," said the dealer,
"that it has been broken and repaired."
He pointed out, the faint lines, showing
where the pleces.had been Joined, and then
the former owner-recognized his property.
He couldn't chum it, as be had once ordered
it thrown away, Neithercojld he accuse the
servant ot theft, r He bought the marble and
took it home with him, and theman servant
nearly fainted when he saw it in its old
place on the mantel. Chicago Record.
Wnablnztontaiis In Sew "York.
(Special to The Times. )
New York, Sept. 14. TlicfolIowlngWash
ingtonians are registered here to-days
Alfre Le Ghait. Belgian Minister, Claren
don: Marquis De MontaglUrl, of tbeltalian
Embassy, Waldorf; Mrs. F. Baxter, Gen,
Cascll, A. P. Morse, Park Avenue; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Evans, Normandie: Miss Go
la ncit, J. F. Head, R. M. Prescott, Murray
Hill; A. W. Mackcn, C. L. Mitchell, Gilscy;
E. P. Gooding. H. C. Campbell, D. L.
Morgan, Warwick; Mrs. C. Parkingson,
W. C. Hope, L. M. Gray, T. J. Donovan,
St. Denis; C A. PetUt. St.. Nicholas;
R. H. Voorhees. Sturtevant: S. A. Boyle,
St. Cloud; T. Devenpeckr, Albemarle; E.
S. Riddel. H. Kaufman, A . E. Martin,
Grand-Union; 8. Sarah. J. H .Hooper, St.
Stephens. D.. D. Schwabe. A. W. Post,
Albert; T,fl. Whitney, Imperial; Dr.
J. W. Bennett, F .Dodge, M. S. JCellcy,
Merlon; J.J. Uanower. Windsor, H.H.
Bawling, Marlborough; Mrs. M. B . E.
Hlf-gins. 3. a'. Larcombe, n . King, of
King's Palacei Misses Egan, Breadway
A special sale Jusfbefore the Fall opening worthy goods
at unworthy prices EreryuilBg reduced to mako a shopper's
Carnlral The Knife has entered deep and nothing but the
bare skeletons of former prices remain while t e stoc'x is as
fine and well aseorted as erer uorerwas hotter In fact You'll
be gladdened If you visit us t day bat come early be wise
needn't bring much nuney either.
One special lot ot
Ladles Separate Skirts,
In Black Diagonals,
Cheviots, and Serges,
Full laths. All lengths
Begu'ar price, $S M
One lot ot Dome Skirts
All oolors ltegular
price, 31c. Special......
Aprons, India llnoa.-iui
wide ruffles around
prlc-. S9c Special
Ladles' Swiss Ribbed
Vests, with linen draw
ing tape, la neox and
arm Hole. Kegular price,
Children's R e e f e rm.
from 5 to 6 years, in tan,
garnet, navy, and checks
wide sailor collars; hlch
sleerea Regular price,
fl 19 Special...........
Reefers, sizes from 4
to 14 years. All colors.
Garnet, nary, brown,
tan; brass buttons, fall
high sleeves; braid
trimmed. Regular I ft
price, i00. Special.... .43
All Laundered Shirt
naists, in stripes aad
plain colors, tint sold
Iroin 73c to LS5. Will
nats, all colors and
25 to 50c
Advance strles In Fall
Millinery, elexant as
sortment ot Wool and
French Felt Hats. Novel
ties In Plumes, tips aad
HATS A SPECIALTY.
25 to 50c
812-814 7th St., and
715 Market Space.
Gold niul Frcclous Gciiih Often TJed
In Their Decorutloni.
"I can assure you that you have not been
misinformed as to sold and precious stones
being uted to decorate dogs' collars," said
one or the beet known dealers in such arti
cles to a New York News reporter, "but
the craze is far more prevalent in Francs,
Russia and England than it is here.
"Not many weeks ago I supplied to ths
special order of an English lady a dog col
lar that cost 50 guineas. Itwasa chaincol
lar ot eilrer and gold links alternately, and
with a gold bell to hang in front. French
ladies are very fond of watch-dog collars, ft
small gold watch being let into the front of
the collar, and I haemadeceeral of these.
Rut in ccorcs of cases I supply beautifully
made collars, with name plates of solid
gold, and often enough with gold 'bosses'
as wcIL Nearly all of the collars ot this
class are intended fur carriage dogs and
drawing room poodles, and in most cases
the dogs do not belong to men, though the
latter order and pay for the collars as
"A fashion has lately had great vogue In
France of putting tiny bracelets round the
forelegs of poodle3, and I have seen even
diamonds set into these circlets. At the
Fame time in my own stock" I have lots of
dog collars ranging in price from $15 to
$100. The most remarkable collar I
have ever made was to the order ot a gentle
man rrom South Africa. It consisted of
he supplied, and It was given to a well
known lady as a present."
Murine Band Concert.
The concert at the White Iluus-e grounds
begins to-day at 4:40, and this programme
Is by special request;
1. March. "The Honeymoon," . . Roey
2. Overture, "illdsununer Night's Dream"
3. Cornet solo, "The Lost Chord."
4. Sclettioii, "Carmen," .... liiet
5. Intermezzo, "I'dgltacci," Leoncavallo
6. rllmpnula. Cleupntra," Mavclnettl
'7 Kemlnlseences bcotland, Godfrey
8. "The Forge Iu the Forest," Mlchaello
9. (a) "Love's Herald" . . . Fauclulll
(b) March, "Evening News," F.inciulll
10. (a Waltz. "Vienna Beauties," Ziebrer
. (b) "Home' Sweet Home," Payne)
11. "Hail Columbia." ... . Fyles
The summer girl comes back to town,
A symphony in tan;
She now Can near a low-cut gown,
And see a real lire man.
We aslc this repeatedly, because serians 5
diseases often follow trifling ailments. J
II you are weak an 2
generally exhausted, Z
nervous, have noS
appetite and can't Z
w I woric. Deem at once 2
If All I taking the most re- S
1LU1I I liable strengthenror 5
medicine, which is S
Brown's Iron Bitters. S
Benefit comes from Z
the very first dose. S
Kjdhct mis) uvea
Constipation. Impure Blood.- 9
1 Maumia. Nravous Jtitsmrrs;
I - Wors COKPtaurra.
' Get only the genuine ft'hs tressed red
lmes on the wrapper. Z
J BftOWrf CHEMICAL CO. BVU.tlUOflE.Ul
SL Fine Gloria Cm
brellas fall sit-lnch
natural wood handles
bargains Indeed, at.
L62 High-grade Gloria
ana mik umnrenas n-
lncb, natural wood han
GUEATEST SJfAP OF AU-
$1 00 Good qualities
Umbrella s natural
We sell notions cheaper
than any other honse In
Seam Binding apleca .... C
Tape, fourfor. uC
Featherstitch Braid oG
linen thread........ ..... uC
China buttons perdoua OU
Tortoise Shell Hair Pins, I I n
per dozen. I Iu
Ladles Hose Supporters. JG
Darning Cotton, 4 cards I A
Side Combs, per pair..... C
Swan'a lloofca and Eyes O
a card. .
Core red Whalebones.. ... Qu
One lot Children's
School Rose, hesry
rlhb:d, double heel and
toe, all alios FAVT
BLACK that sold forlSa
514 Ninth St. N.W.
Open To-nightjjntil 10 P. M.
In Sunday's Times.
and Ladies', Children's
and Infants' Outfits made to
order at short notice. Our
prices are the lowest all in
charge of expert artists.
514 Ninth St. N. W.
S. KANN, SONS
811i and Market Spice.
red and blue
Every purchaser of one
dollar's worth of goods will
receive a loaf of the best
Our prices you cannot J
beat anywhere here are f
some of them: f
8ugar-cured shoulder. 80
Sugar-cured Ham 12c 1
Fresh Pork HMo J
Good Lard. 4 pounds 2bo m
Sausage and Bologna 80 V
Cood Cheese, 3 pounds... 25c M
Corn Beef 4 and 6c y
Roast Beef 7 to lOo a
Beor Steak... -lO to 15c f
Soring Lamb 8 to 15c m
Fresh Beef Liver 5c T
Strictly fresh Etrgs at cost.
Oyster's best Butter. 5
EmriCtt Roll, 15c lb., 8
lbs SI.OO fl
Nice fat Mackerel.... 5c each
White Wonder Flour.. 23c suck fl
Emrlch Loader.. 29c
Baked Beans 43 Can fl
Spiced Oysters Be Can J
Punched Pineapple .. 9c fl
1 lb Jar Preserves IOc fl
2 lb Jar Jelly IOc I
Maccaronl 6Hc fl
French Peas, 2 cans 25c 1
Large bottle Catsup IOc fl
Sweat OH 5c bottle Z
Codfish 5c lb f
"We are having- great sue- 1
cess with our Caricole Blend I
of Tea, 25c lb, 5 lbs, $1.00. f
Emrich Club House Cof- 2
fee is the finest sold by any- I
body. Try it. 16 ounces 1
to the pound guaranteed. 1
If any goods are "not ex- I
actly as represented, money
will be refunded. fl
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Slain Mariat 1306-1313 3M Straat S.W.
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OF THE SALE OF
fj EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES.
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Sal 63c Wuait Gianite Iron OCn
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g HOUSEFURNISKING STORE
512 9th St. N. W.
At Less Than
Nexv Fall Goods
Covert and Home
fashionable v e ry
full skirts li n e d
lined with silk dou
ble breasted large wa
termelon sleeves the
latest these suits are
$iS on F street
All-wool Sore Blazer aad
Reefer Salts lined eklrts
blacks and blues
Tailor-made Serge and
Cloth Suits In blue and black
Ton can always get your money
734-736 7th St N. W.
Will open September 15; all
branches ladies' tailoring
and dress cutting taught by
tailor system. Apply or ad
dress for terms.
1312 F St N. W.
W1LKINS & COMPANY.
Squaro Marble and Glass BUsds,Catr Bsltsrl
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