THS tBVENTNG "TIMES, .SATUniXATT; OCTOBEB 5, 1895.
Dress Lining News.
Wool Moreen for'"
Skirts will be the prop
er thing this Fall. We
are prepared. We
bought our stock early
since then they have
advanced in price. We
have all grades. Old
prices still remain,
ticketed. Come in to
day and let us
show the line to you, in
Black, Gray, Cream
TIus CIiatelalBe Bag. 75 c
Made of Seal Leather,
with outside pocket and TCC
leather hanJles 13
BlacK Fine Cotton Hose,
medium or heavy OCC
weights U ralr
Ladles' Extra Heavy
Weight Hermsdorf ore
Black Fine Cotton Hoso 03 Pdr
3 pair for Si.OO.
Ladles' Opera Lencth rnC
Fine Cotton Hose-
, o U pair
Leather and Jersey
Ladies' Gingham Aprons. He.
They are full size and made
of the very best Washable
Gingham, nicely liemmod.
Best Ammonia, 5c To-day.
420, 422, 424, 426 7th St t
Volume and Quality
of Tone are Com
bined in Kimball
. -The mechanical construc
tion of every Kimball I'iano is
absolutely faultless th touch
is easy and responsire and
the casiuc and flulh nccorj
with tha most nrtisttc furniture
of raoJcrn times The Kimball
always glres inHnito satisfac
V All the Latct Micct Music. 9
m IllO F St. N. W. X
Absolutely Painless Dentistry.
OXT put It off,
but see us to-day
a bout fllllne
make a quick,
tion of It with
out causing you
a J ang of pain
method U ab
tion, 60 cents.
Other charges proportional.
Evans Dental Parlors,
1217 Perm. Avenue N. "V.
S. KM, SONS & CO.,
81fi anil Market Space.
Open Until 9 To-night
From 6 to 9
We shall sell 40
dozen Stamped Pil
low Shams at
in our Art Dept., 2d
s. Kin, sois & co.f
8th and Market Space.
HICKE Y October 4, nt G.'IO a. tn., David,
Hlckey. need 37 years. r
Funeral Sunday, October 6. from his late
residence. No. 316 C- street northeast, nt
2 o'clcok p. m. Services at 8U Joseph's
Church at 2:30 o'clock p. m.
. , r-yygJyySf
EIGHT BRIDESMAIDS NAMED
Preparations Began for the Vandar-bilt-Marlborough
Yiit itutloiis Will Be Ixsued Very Soon
for the Ceremony nt St.
New York, Oct. C Mrs. William K.
"VrimlerbUt'win occupy her new home on
MadUuu.ai enue aud Seveiityecond street
about November 1. Painters and decorators
re iiow busily at work and the bouse ii
alo being exquisitely furnished. As soon
as, Mrs. Vauderbllt gets settled the invita
tions will be sent out for the wedding of
her daughter, jjis Cousuelo, and the Duke
. It is. oiiected that the wedding -will take
place on Noeinber 20 In St. Thomas
Church. The selection of that church will
occasion surprise. The edifice dues not
compare to either Grace or Trinity fur a
wedding. It lacks room and nothing can
brighten it. Flowers seem only to empha
size its dullness. There will, of course, be
rarclsAVror the church, and all that Is
possible in the line of lloral decorations
nill be attempted.
At the wedding. Miss Vanderbllt should,
cf course, walk down the aisle leanftg on
'Ihe'onu, of her father. Whether or not she
Hoes so remains to be seen.
So far eight of the bridesmaids have
been selected. There 'Kill be three others.
Theec. will lead the way lo the altar.
Misses Etelyn Burden and Marie Win
throp, who are each 25, nrd much older
than the others, being first. The other
bridesmaids selected are Miss Daisy Post,
Hits Elsa Brouson, Miss Evcljn Jay. -Miss
Kaihertne Ducr, Miss May Goelet and Miss
As iar n& the present arrangements have
gone, it IB Mrs Vanderhill's Intention
to give tl e reception afJir the church cere
mony ..it hercinn home. Nest door to her
live Colonel and Mrs. Jay. A icmiwrary
structure will Le erected over the jards of
both houses, uniting them for this occasion.
Thei first wedding ceremony iierformed
at St. Patrick's Church after its magnifi
cent renewal was that of Miss Maggie Ii
Columbus, of this city, and Mr. William J.
Pitiier, who were married quietly on
Wednesday eeuing at 7.30 o'clock.
Miss Corinne Williams, the pathfinder of
Hie Capitolnie -Cycle Club, Invited Its mem
bers eslerdny to Join her in a artlcularly
pleasant spin. The programme included
dinner at. Cabin Johns Undge. u two-hour
hunt through the woods for autumn Icates
and In the evening an Impromptu dance at
the; home of Mies Williams, on Capitol Hill.
The fix members of the club are Mis Corinne-
Williams, Miss Birdie IJaUs, Miss
Maud Merrill, Miss Knle Spicer ami Misses
Ella and Ellznlietli Waite.
The party was chaperoned by Mrs. Hes
ter, of Baltimore, and generally carol for
by Mr. Frank Law Ilates.
Mrs.it JI. Harris, of Twelfth street, wlU
chaperon a number of young people to the
Atlanta Evporltlon on the 17th of this
month. In addition to Mies Clare Mills, of
Philadelphia, and Mirs Katherinc Stevens,
of Heading, the party will include Miss
Eugenia Hill. Misses Julia and Mary
Rogers, .Miss Nellie Sleens, nud Messrs.
Andrew Rogers, Itoy Stevens and Morris
and Arthur Hill.
Mr., nnd Mrs. Charles D. Stevens and
their son, Arthur, of Janesville, Wis., are
the guests of Mr. Warren Young, of No.
191IJ I street northwest. Mrs. Stevens
was formerly well known In Washington
society as Miss Clara Judd.
The approaching marriage is announced
of Mr. Merritt O. Chance, of this city, and
Mira Euterpe Fltz-Gerrell. of Mount Ver
non, III. The wdding will take place at
the bride's home on Tuesday, the 15th, anil
the young couple will be at bonne after No-emix-r
14, at No. 1.117 Eleventh street
northwest, where they will be pleased to
receive their friends.
Mrs. Helen Spencer, of Philadelphia, is
the gi.est of Col. J. P. Jewell aud wife, of
Cards arc out announcing the marriage
or Miss Edna Reed to Mr. Malt em H. Prion.
The ceremony will take place at Calvary
Baptist Church, October 17, at 10 o'clock
Mrs. I. M. Bittlngcr and her son are ex
pected home In a few dajs from their sum
mer trip abroad.
Mr. Nicholas J. Plass and Miss Catherine
M. Fitzgerald 'were married on Wcdnrs lay
eveningM thepreseneeof manyfriends The
bride was daintily gowned In white nnd
carried a Mnrcchal Neil bouquet.
Miss Mary C. Fitgerald was bridimild
ami Mr. John Wkk best man. Immcdi itely
after the ivrcmony the young couple went'
fobeir future home, where a lame recep
tioji was JieJfL, Among the gvests were Mr.
anil Mrs. G. McAdam, Mrs. J. Fltjr'rjld,
Mr., Mrs. and IheMIsseiGanz.MissOorman.
of Philadelphia: Mrs. and Miss La Billet
Mrs. C- B. Barriek, Mr. and Mra. C. B. Ball,
Mrs. Arnold, of Philadelphia; Mr. nnd Mrs.
D. P. SuiUVSiC-Mrs. C. Gray. Mr. and Mrs.
M. Bark, -..QSscy, O. and K. Murphy. N.
Fitzgerald, S. Gavin, Dr. A. P. Fardon. L.
A. Coombs, William Kccnan, A. S. Dent,
K. Claffy. of Philadelphia; C. Kid well, P
F. Haunall, T. Noonan, J. J. McMahon,
Sergt. John Daly and Mullooney, Miller
nud Bontz. "
There was a pretty home wedding at the
resident of Mrs. Harriet Kendall, of P
street, last night, the contracting parties
belngher daughter, Ruth Elizabeth, and Mr.
Fnwectt Kane, of New York.
.'ThS bfldff wSi prettily gowned In cream
cblffoqiind carried heart's blood roses. Ow
ing to a death In the groom's family the
.ceremony jvas .witnessed by only the immc-dlate-fricnds
of the bride, among them be
ing Col. and Mrs. Richmond, of Denver,
Colo,- Miss Rachel Armstrong, Miss Nettle
Tyler: Mri-'John Armstrong and Messrs.
John Davidson, Donald Frazer and Paul J.
CaptCoott ft. 8. N., and family arc at
the Klchmond for the winter.
Cards'nTe'otrf for the marriage of Miss
Mary Virginia S.wan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William D. Swan, to Mr. Harvey N
Dorscy at Canton Temple Memorial Church
Wednesday evening, October 9, at 8 o'clock.
Col. and Mrs. William Gorham Rice have
leased 'their home in Albany, N. Y and
win occupy the Btsseil House on K street
for the winter.
The Japanese minister. Mr. Xurino. Is
4n NcsjJ TtitKoi
Mrs. Ovrscs 8. Grant has selected the
former residence or 8enator Edmonds, of
VermontJTNb". Sill JkbstacnosctU ave-
Due, as her home, and with Mrs. SartorU
and her family trill be established tlierc.
Tlic marriage of Miss Infno Langhorn
to Mr. C. Dana Gibson, the artist, will
take place at Richmond, November 7.
The wedding of Mr. Mcrrltt O. Chance,
of Hie Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gener
al's office, to Miss Euterpe Fitzgerald, of
Mount Vernon, 111., will occur Tuesday,
October 15, at the home of the bride.
Mr. A. G. Heaton, the artist, cntertalnedp
a small company at lunch yesterday after
noon, to meet Mr. Ed winHoft-and wife, and
Mies Finlajson, of Miss Russell's eomiiany.
After lunch the guccts were Invited into the
artist's Btudlo, where coffee and cigars were
dispensed and a very pleasant afternoon
was siient with music nnd in reviewing the
studies made by the artist during his stay
In the mountains this summer
Secretary Hoke Smith has gone to, his
home In Georgia to remain about a week.
ThoW. N. P. A. met in the parlorsof the
Riggs House last evening and the following
were admitted to membership:
Mrs. E. B. Smith. Brotkport. N. Y.; Mrs.
Flo Jamison Miller. Mouticello. Ill- Mrs.
Inez Jamison Bender, Decatur, lit; Mrs.
Possible House Renters and
See THE TIMES.
Clare II. Burleigh, Athol, Mass.; Mrs.
lUihel W. Greuhch. Chicago, III.; Mrs.
Florence O. McClelland. Chicago, III.;
Mrs. Olive Ennis Hitc. Albuquerque, N.
M .; Mrs. F. W. Gresham. Washington, D.
C; Mrs. Carrie B. Kilgorc, Philadelphia,
Mrs. B. A.Lotkwood read a paper, "The
New Woman." which the is to read on
Lawyers' Day at Atlanta.
The following memliers were present:
Mrs. Spcrry. president; Mrs. Belva A.
Lotkwood. vice president; Mrs. Mary M.
North, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Mary
S. Gist, treasurer; Mrs. Anna M. Hamilton,
recording secretary; Mrs. E. 8. Crnmwell,
Mrs. Mary B. Lockwood. Mrs. D. T. Voor
hls. Mrs. M. L. O'Donoghue, Mrs. M. E.
Moore, Mrs. P. M. Stocking, Miss Lilian
She" "Can yon" tell me'who that exceedingly-plain man was yox
Were speaking to just now?"
He: "That was my brother."
She (much confused): "Oh, I beg pardon. I had not noticed the re
semblance." Pick Me TJp.
Pike Miss Georgie Snow, Miss M. E.
Torrence, Miss B. V. Bherwood, Miss M.
To mark the close or the rowing season
11,'?r5)rnAal PW M KiTen at the Columbia
Athletic Club bcathouse last night.
The beautiful moonlight night and the
clear cold weather served to bring out a
iaige number of the friends of the oarsmen,
who Indulged in the pleasures of the dance
until a late hour.
Durinc the evening several barge loads,
of the cucsts were treated to rides up the
river and return and this feature of the
entertainment served to give all an op
portunity of dancing, where otherwise the
crowd would have been too great for en
The arrangements or the affair were
capably roanased by Lieut. Charles Baker
and Adnm Johnson.
Amonjr those present were: Miss Mattle
King, Miss Claudia Reynolds. Miss Scnuncs,
Misses Emma and Pcnha Calhllower, Xllss
Parker, Mrs. McDonald, Miss Broun, Miss
Marie Burgy, Miss Hcna McDonald, Miss
Kaiitsey, Miss Wrenn. Miss Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Griffith-. Miss Cox, Miss
Sargent, Miss Bessie Purman,Msrs. W.
A. Madilox, H. C. Stiles, E. Scbalhlrt, Will
Mcncbtnc. Adam Johnson, Charles Baker,
Prof. Caldwell, Purman, J. McGniggan.
T. Barton Miller, H. C Sargent. H. Row zee,
Waller-Nolan, Connolly, Rnssell, Hlcock,
Clinc, and Mogce, and many others.
Among tbedebutantesof thecomlngseason
will be Miss Rockblu, daughter of Mr. Rock
hill, Assistant Secretary of State-; Miss
SkerriU, daughter of Admiral Skerritt; Miss
Ashford and Miss Alice Langhorne. Miss
Lajighorne ranks among tho finest eques
triennes in tbeclty, and has won theappro
batlon of the oldest and wisest hdnters by
her daring cross country tiding. Miss
Emily Thomas, daughter of Judge Thomas,
Attorney General ot the Post-office
rmMMmZ -ik,, tzk?,-, &x
Department, wm'also grace Washingtou so
ciety for tho first time.
Hon. William' M. Kttcham, ex-mayor nf
Poughkeepaic, and wife, have located for
the winter ntNo. 1710 Madison street
northwest. i t
The friends of ,Mrs. C. W. Taylor will
be grieved to learn of her prolonged and
Col. and MrB. Henry B. Bristol, having de
cided lo eiend the winter in California, will
postpone the buying of a home in 'aniDE
ton until after their return.
Hon. John Bharp Williams, of Missis
sippi, nnd wife are In Washington for the
Miss Daisy Bell Vernon, of Bisteentb
street, will give, a dance on Monday een
lng in honor of her guest. Miss Kate
Berry, of Baltimore.
Hon. JameB W. Covert has many friends
in Washington society, who will be glad
to learn of bis nomination for one of the
Judges of,-the supicme court of New York
Mrs. David B. Call has returned from rer
trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains, and will
spend the season with Mrs. John Call, of
Mrs. Goodman, daughter-inlawotcx-Gov.
Goodman, of Maine, is at Deer Park, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. William C Hill are at home
U 1724 H street. Mrs. Hill returned lo
tbeclty Wednesday nrter a pleasant summer
at Saratoga Lake, N. Y.
Gen. G. Norman Lleber left last night
for New Vork to meet Mrs. Lleber. the
Misses Lleber and Dr. Francis Licber.
who arrived this morning on the steam
ship La Touralne. The Misses Lleber
have been abroad more than a jear per
fecting their musical and linguistic edu
cation. Dr. Francis Licber has been spend
ing many months viMting the hospitals
of Germany, Trance, Austria aud liussia,
and will practice here.
Miss Isabel Brandt, daughter of Mr. Carl
L. Brandt, the artist, and Mr. John Brisbcn
Walker, son of the publisher, both of Hast
ings, N. Y were married in New York
city Octobers. It was a runaway match,
although the engagement was approved by
both families. Miss Brardt Is a lovely girl
of eighteen, who has been muchadmi red here
and in Savannah, Ga. The groom is a
graduate of Georgetown University, and
connected with the publicnUon of the Cos
Father Paul Beynolds, or Frederick, Md.,
the new assistant at St. Matthew's Church,
Is In the city, at No. 1514 K street north
west. Mrs. Barnes, Mount Vernon Regent, ac
companied by ber daughter. Mrs. Hartwcil
Heth. has returned to her home. No. 1722
H street northwest. They spent the sum.
mer pleasantly in Winchester, Va.
Congressman Leonard, or Pennsylvania,
is In tne clty.stopping at the Elsmere.
Mrs. Howard Crosby and family will
take possession of their apartments at the
Richmond, November 1.
Mrs. George Vfillets is the guest or Mrs.
Calvin Brice, at Newport.
Mr. Yen Bhlng Ho, secretary of the
Chinese legation', will be charge d'affaires
during the absence abroad of the minister,
Mr. Yang Yu. lMrs. Yang Yu will remain
Lord Terence Blackwood, whose wifewas
Miss Flora Davis, dauglricr of Mr. John
Davis, will shortly leave Paris to take a
position in the foreign office at London.
Mr. Leonard ,Runyon, son of the United
Slates ambasssalqrto Germany, will be
among the u&neqs at the marriage of Mis
Johnson to Mr. Walter Smith at Mount
Morris, N. Y., Tuesday, October 8
Kin s false
$5 Trimmed Hats at $3.98
Perfect Paris'&n sffocts In
newest and swollen styles of
1 rimmed Hats, Tojuoa and
Bonnets. Exquisite t.im
mings of Imported Flowers,
Plumes, Aigrettes, Black Vel
vet Ublnestone, fctccl and ff) QQ
Jet eDects at 43i30
Misses' and Children's
Cretchens and Reefers.
A special drive ot 50 Tine
Children's and Misses'bretch.
ens end Reefers In plain and
fancy effects 4 to 11 liegu. (JO QQ
lar J5, JiOO and t) values, at 4)0,30
nave you aeon tho IS Suits CC 00
we are selling for 43.UO
75c and $1 Felt Hats, 39c
Weol Fe't Uats la all shapes,
colore and Mocks, Including
fchort Back, bnllnra and Flats. OQn
ArJaturday bargain at dull
$10 Plush Capes, $6.98.
Tery Fine Plush Capes, fur tdmnied,
exquisitely satin lined throughout, with
These nre essentially rart
sian creations, designed for Cf QQ
very line trade OD.uO
$5.50, $6 and $7.50
Beaver Capes, $3.98.
al'-wool Handsome Black
Beaver Clutu Double Capos,
plain and Jot braid trimmed
and satin piped a:i sizes CQ QQ
S!to41. fcalurdajrnulj....... 4Q,30
$7.50, $8.50 and $9
In box effects, latest style,
deep notch collars, ripple
backs, buend seams. These
beautiful Jacxets could not
be duplicated for leas tnn
double In beaver cloth,
boucle cloth and cheviot Sat- fff" TQ
unlay only nt. 40.0U
25c. Blackbirds at 1 1 c.
51 epiz. Imported large
Blackbirds, sold throuchout fin
city at Sc IK,
S.' bilk and Velvet Roses. I fin
3 in a bunch. UU
812 and 814 Seventh St. X. W.
715 Market Space.
514 Ninth St N. W.
OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M.
514 Ninth St N. W.
F.I.ECTED NEW OFFICERS.
Washington Ladles Honored by the
JIctliodKt Mission Society.
The Woman's Home Missionary Society of
the Baltimore conference ot the Protestant
Episcopal Church, yesterday held its annual,
meeting nt Baltimore.
Addresses were made by Mrs. A. C. Mc
Dowell, Mrs. J. E. Gilbert, Mrs. May Fisk
Park, M rs. T. P. Frost and Mrs. S. L. Beiler,
The following officers were elected to
serve during the ensuing year:
President. Mrs. H. M. Teller; first vlco
president, Mrs. W. Bjrris; second vice presi
dent, Mrs. J. F. Oikcnnan; third vice presi
dent. Mrs. T. P. Frost; recording seirctarv,
Mrs. C. L. Roach; treasurer, Mrs. C. W.
Brown. Di-trict Wrelaries Baltimore dis
trict, Mri. Ella M. Rutter; East Baltimore
district. Mrs. Mary C. Baer; Wet Baltimore
district, Mrs. A. M. Hopkins; Frederick dis
triit. Miss Maggie Addison; Washington
district, Mrs. D. B. Street.
Thenext mectin;ot thesociety wlllliehcld
In Oi-tober, 1896, at Hamlme M. E. Church,
Advice to 11 Bridegroom.
If a bride has SlO or her own left after
buying her wedding clothes, her husband
should never so far Torgct himself as to
ask to borrow it. Under the pell of the
honeymoon, she will lend It. After the wane
of the honeymoon, he will cither refuse or
will not beable to pay it back. The $40 will
increase to $400 in her ejes in six years,
and he will hear more of it than if he owed
It to his own kin. Atchison Globe.
CVed to Chicago JUver.
Miss Dashglrl I thought yoa told me you
Caddie Fopley I cairn, I qssuah you, in
s-some places, but the watei Is so deuccdly
thin here, don't yoi know, thai it won't hold
me up Boston Courier.
A Garter Incident.
Her eyes grew strangely wild,
Shestnpped there on the street;
With swift Delsartean dive
Snatched something from her rcet.
I saw a Jewel flash,
A woven ribbon bright.
She blushed, and in the throng
Was quickly lost to sight.
5 We ask this repeatedly, because serious ?
S diseases often follow trifling ailments. S
It yon are weak ant Z
generally exhausted, Z
nervous, have no 5
appetite and can't S
work, begin at once S
taking tbe most re- Z
liable strengthening S
medicine, which is Z
Brown's Iron Bitters. 5
Benefit comes from Z
the cry first dose. S
DVSPClk. Kioncv o Uvea
Comstimtiok, tmruac Btooo. S
MaLAsia, Hcmous aiuicarra.
Get only the genuine it his crossed red J
2 lines oa the wrapper.
Z BROWM CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, Ml. 5
It's now the choice of tho
. best dressed man In Wash
ington, for It can be.puton
without spoiling; the bosom
or ruffling the hair.' "Just"
like a coat" tells tho whole
story. Another good thing
It's a $1.25 Shirt for ' " '
314 and 316 7th St
Square Marble and Glass Stands,Center Market
l iurftsu t' JTt iri
Some Saturday Prices.
Roast Beef, 7 to 12 cents per pound.
Spring Lamb, 8 to 15 cents per pound.
Cooked Ham, fat off, 30 cents per pound.
Finest Ham on earth, 12 cents per pound.
Shoulders, $z cents per pound.
Fresh Pork, 2 pounds, 23 cents.
Good Lard, 4 pounds, 25 cents.
Sausage, all kinds, 3 pounds 25 cents.
Cream Cheese, 2pounds 25 cents.
Fresh Eggs at cost.
Sliced Ham, fat off, 18 cents.
Beef Liver, 5 cents.
Emrich Club House Coffee.
Emrich's best Elgin Butter, 5 pounds for $1.25.
Fresh Bread, to-day, 2 loaves for 7 cents.
Punch Pineapple, 10 cents per can.
Baked Beans, 4 cents per can.
Two packages Rolled Oats, 15 cents.
Macaroni, fzi cents per package.
One-pound jar new Preserves, 10 cents.
Two-pound jar new Jelly, 10 cents.
Corn Starch, 6 cents per package.
Large bottle Ketchup, 10 cents. 1 cent al
lowed for return of bottle.
Large Pickles, 8 cents per dozen.
New Sauerkraut;- 3 quarts 25 cents.
Two cans California Apricots, 25 cents. r
Maine Sugar Corn, 10 cents per can.
Emrich Caricol Tea, 25 cents per pound.
Five pounds for 51.00.-
Flour at less than cost. Leader, 29 cents a
sack. White Wonder, 25 cents.
Ginger Snaps, 4J cents per pound.
EMRrCH BEEF CO.
Main Market, 1306-1312 32d St. N.W. Telephone 347.
Branch Markets 1T1S 1 1th St. nw.: J02S 14th st nw ; Sth -and M sis. n.; ."M37 it
et. nw.; Cist and K st. nw.; -Ma Indiana ava nw; 5th and I srs. nw; 4 til
idist3,nw.; rutnac. anara.
m . m
Large hardwood pastry boards, will not
warP . 20c
Regular price, 33c
Ya doz. fine thin water tumblers and nick
elirietray . .- 97c
. Jtegnlar price, lie.
Japanned cuspidors Kq
Kegular price, 10c.
4 doz.- silver plated forks, doz. table
spoons, 4 doz. teaspoons 7c
Finely decorated' jardinieres, embossed
"Cupids," 7 different styles 37n
Regular price, 59c.
Decorated.toilet.sets witbjar, gold lines,
only one to each purchaser S3 37
Regular prio, JT.Oa.
Japanned "bread boxes Qq
' Regular prlco, Mt
Decorated, dinner and tea sets combined,
handsome design, quality guaranteed,
112 pieces. , 57 93
Regular price, $13.75. "
Y dozTst6ne china cups and saucers, all
perfect : 25C
i Regular price, 45c.
Best, quality razqrs Ofic
Rejular price, 93c
Best quality 4-string parlor brooms 5n
Regular price, Ota.
Engraved gas globes 1 5c
' "Regular price, S5i EACH.
3.S7 Tollet.sets and $7.33 dinner sots sold only from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
Forks and spoons only from 2 p. in. to 5 p. m.
UNIVERSAL HOUSEFURHISHING STORE,
512 Ninth Street -N. W.
Cloak and Suit
An all-wool Serge Skirt
lined all through, extra wide,
four godets in back, velvet,
facing, and worth $5 in any
other store. To-day only
734-736 7th Street NW.
are. nw.; ism st. and 1. axa nw.
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