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THE EVENING TIMlfo' SATURDAY, OCTOBEE 12, ,1895.
f Lansburgh & Bro
t No Need Hurrying.
We're open until
9 to-night. Three
extra hours to do
Kino o'clock to-nlcht
sees the end or that
crcat and sncccssfnl
Q.nlo of Kid Gloves
51.25 Glocs for 80s.
rannot be sold nlways
ltemcmh2r evcrv nair
boasht during this sale
40c, 45c and SOc Eitrccts.
25c Ounce To-day.
Including such makers' goods as
Dclcttrcs. OcLlcy's. lVoodwonh's.
Lubin's. etc- We file jou the
Kew Ideas In
- tollies' Meftwear.
Collarettes, etc.. from
' -75c to $5.98.
Mnati's Sacques. 2Sc.
Ono lot Children's
Sacques. Made of
best qua'lty double
zephyr with bor
ders of llizht blue,
pink and white. All ORn
slz2S In stock ZOO each
Special Jewelry Hems.
We Guarantee the wear of
any article we advertise In the
Jewelry line no matter If It Is
sold to you at reduced prices.
The latest fad. the
Large Trilby Heart
Pin. Very nobby.
Silver Plated. Worth If.
38c. For , IOC
A beautiful Assort
ment of Fine Rolled
Cold Cuff Pins,
bought at an asblgn
nionc sale for Ies3
than they cost the
worth as high as
SI. 63 Can be yours QC Or
Fine Cold Plated
Lovers' Knot Rings.
Warranted for live Qrn
years. ZOu each.
I4-Kt. Oold Fin
ished Carved Chain
forfive years. Worth ff I QO
S2.98. For 4l.38
4 420, 422, 424. 426 7th St
S. KANN, SONS & CO.,
3th and Market Space.
Open Until 9 p. m. To
Night, COQUE FEATHER BOAS,
All Shapes in Ladies'
Bonnet and Hat Frames,
S. KANN, SONS & CO.,
8th and Market Space.
Absolutely Painless Dentistry,
...-l, I -.
Teeth rannot be
. v i J - too care full cared
' "ijillfcL. ,' for. They need
. JJgHKslA proper and con-
'y f,, L-.'stant loitinff alter
'' ".. Koto make them
crow straight and
even. Our nbso-
rf Ttfffift'L ' irTlntelT palnlosa
(V Yj"' J methods of den
tin, ,j n.B bcu.
' and harmless, and
are o s p o c 1 ally
adapted to the treatment of children's
tneth. rainless extraction, tOc. Other
charges I roportlonaL
Evans Dental Parlors,
1217 Perm. Avenue N. W.
You Don't Buy
A Piano Often, so
When You Buy,
Buy. i KIMBALL It'll last
you n Utftlmo and t in cod
dlt Ion for the aocond generation.
to learn upon, Tlie durability
of the Kimball Pianos W unri
vallcl by that of anr other
All the Latest Sheet Music
lllO F St. N. W.
Believed In It.
Tipple Little girls should be seen, and
Sibyl Tbot'a what I think. Bo I'll Just
pot on my bullilng suit and Veep quiet.
fcew Yort World.
tliuiee of EyIIh.
Mr wife, she handles all ray cadi,
And I make no demur.
For creditors would get tnc stuff
H it were not for her.
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SOCIAL- OUTLOOK BRIGHT
All Indications Point to a Winter of
Some nudH Who "Will Muko Their
How in Official Life Notes
There Is nothing going on Just nt present
in a mhUI way. In fjit, nothing of any
linportaiu-e'dues go on In October, at lcist
But the air Is full of rumuis of salety to
come, and everything points to an unusu
ally brilliant winter. To begin with, it is
a long ecsslon of Congress. Mrs. Cleve
land will do her share of entertaining, and
the wife of tue-Setretary of State bus al
ready, by her past record, shown her will
Ingess to contribute a generous quota to the
pleasure of soiiety.
A number of people who have been In
mourning for the pastfew )ears willagain
enter society, among thcni Mrs. B. II. War
der, who presents her daughter this wawjn.
Mrs. Anderson willalso bring 0Jt her daugh
ter this iear.
The number of debutantes so far an
nounced h an unusually small one. Miss
Oanais the only ne in tlieIHplom.it li-Corns,
and the crop of o'fklal bJds does not M-em
to rqual the jield of last year. However,
one cannot predict to early In the season,
and before New Year's the debutante bou
quet may be a very large one.
The Chilian minister and Mine. Oai.a are
settled at their new home in K street,
the window, of which ocrlook I'rank
Hn Square. The Oanas (-pent the summer
at White Sulphur Spring-, and tlure were
no more popular people at tlii classic
report. Miss Gana makes her debut this
According to their annual custom. Judge
and Mrs. Embry, with their daughter,
Mrs. Copenhagen, and her husband, are
spending a few weeks hi their old iHime
Hackney (to Shire horse): "Look here, Friend Dobbin, I'll be shod if
they won't do away with ns altogether some of these days I"
on 1 street. Later on they will return to
New York, and the inhospitable "For
Kent" sign will adorn the front of this
house, which, for so many years, was not
ed for its hospitality.
One of the most familiar figures in
society is that of Mrs. Goodloe. whose old
friends love to speak" of as Betty Beck.
Her distinguished figure" recalls her fath
er, the late Senator Beck, who, in bear
ing and manner was a typical Kentuck
lan. Senator and Mrs. Stewart have had a
series of misfortunes this summer. To be
gin with, Mrs. Stewart had a tumble from
her wheel, then the Senator made a mis
step in getting off the Chevy Chase car
and spent weeks In bed wtih a dislocated
km cap. Now It is Mrs. Stewart who
has again come to grief, this time with
a sprained arm. It Is to be hoped that the
spell will soon be broken, and before
the season opens they will both be able
to take their accustomed places In so
ciety. Senhor Andrade and his two'danglitcrs.
who divided their summer between Cape
May and Deer Tark. are established at Hie
legation Tor the winter. The Venezuelan
minister, -although a comparatively recent
addition to the diplomatic corps, having
licen here only two years, Is one of its
most distinguished members. He comes
from an old and renowned family, which
has ever been prominent In the service
of tils state, and his father. Gen. Jose An
drade, was a friend and companion in
arms of Bolivar.
Mr. August I'ulldo, the new secretary
of the Venezuelan legation, is the son of
Dr. Pulldrt". at present the minister of for
eign affairs In Venezuelan.
For the fist time in many years as a
matter of fact, since Mr. Von Elsendecker
was minister there will be a woman at
the head oX the German imbassy. Just
now the Baroness Thlclmann, who lias
recently returned from New York, is deep
In the task or having the legation put to
lights, which Is very much of tin under
taking, for, although the legation belongs
to the German government, each minister
I (apposed to furnish it. The beautiful
bric-a-brac, rare carvings and the fine
old Mclsen china which were so much ad-
mired during the Incumbency of Baron
Saurma-Jeitsch, are now at the German
legation In Constantinople, where that
popular minister at present represents his
Mrs. Jack Webb, with her mother, Mrs.
Hutchinson, are liaik In town for the win
ter, having spent the summer at their coun
try place near Silver Springs. Both Mrs.
Webb and her mother are devoted to their
country home, and rarely come in town
until the cold weather makes the country no
Mr. Justin Butterficld has rented his
house on Hillyer riaiv. and It Is doubtful if
this popular cross country rider will be here
this winter to take his part in the hunts at
Mr. Frazler I. Head returned to Wufh
iugton last week, after having spent a most
enjoyable summer traveling abroad.
Mrs. Talbot, who has been in town for the
past two weeks visltlog her mother, Mrs.
ruller, leaves today for her home In Mr
ginia, whh h is very near the home of Amclle
Miss Blanch Bishop gave a birthday
party last night at her homeontlio TemVy
town road. In addition to dancing the
ivenlns was varied with music, charades,
recitations and games.
- Among the guests from the city were
Misses Ida and Ilena Still. Miss I'anllne
Davis. Miss Mary Clifford. Miss Jennie
Morgan. Miss Rita Itojie and Messrs. John
K. Porter. Harry E. Balch. John Weston,
Michael Collins. Edward James Harrison
tlojle and Enfield Mason.
Miss Kate Edwards, daughter of Mrs.
Madeline Edwards, of South Washington,
nas postponed her trip to New Vork, but
will visit Atlanta instead.
Mrs. S. II. Green, of East Capitol street,
will chaperon her daughter. Miss Grace
Victoria Green, and her nicer. Misses Nel
lie and Ileata Carter, to Baltimore on
Wednesday next to attend the wedding of
Miss Irene Gilmore. who will be mar
ried on Thursday morning to Mr. George
U. Cliff, formerly of this city, but a resi
dent of llutte City. Mont., for the past
Mr. John Mason Cliff, also of Washing
ton, will serve as best man. and of the four
ushers three are well known In social
Iircles here Mr. John I). O'Conncll. Mr.
Samuel B. Sturges, and Mr. Emerson
Miss Kate M dialer, of K street north
east, has returned Irom a prolonged sum
mer trill that included the Thousand Isles.
Niagara Kallsaud the Atlanta Exposition.
Miss Florence Gray, of No. 291G Olive
street, gave a pretty birthday party on
Wednesday evening, her guests being MUs
of the Fittest.
Kate Watklns, Miss Sue JJennett. Miss Eva
Uillon. Miss Trovers. Miss Chancey, Mr.
and Mrs. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Klenk,
Mr. and Mrs. Herzog, and Messrs. N. R.
Grimm, R. M. Eojle. J. T. Qulnn, R. D.
James, AT. II. Jameson, and others.
The friends of Miss Maeme Belle Lockie,
of No. 121" L street, will be pleased to
hear that she is convalescing from her re
Mr. and Mrs. Sheibley have left the city
for a trip to Atlanta and other .points
of interest in the South.
Mrs. Cornelius T. Belt has returned from
her summer's visit among the northern re
sorts. Mr. Cameron Boone, of Kentucky, Is vis
iting his college mate, Mr. Marlon Wise,
of K street northwest.
Mtss Janet M. Bates has gone to New
Tork to complete her musical studies. She
will attend the conseratory course and
make her home for the winter at No. 108
West Sixty first street.
Miss Marie McKclden has resigned the
Columbian University scholarship she won
Jjy competitive examination to accept a
position in the NormalSchooL
The marriage of Miss Theresa Hagerty to
Eugene Rhodes will take place at Trinity
Roman Catholic Church, Georgetown, Octo
ber 25. at 5:30 o'clock. Rev. Father
Sochefort will officiate on the occasion.
Mrs. C. Adcle Fassctt and her daugh
ters. Misses Clara and Violet Fassett, have
located for the winter at No. 2722 Four
teenth street northwest.
Judge William S. Clark Is the guest-or
his 'son, Mr. W. L. Clark, Jr., at his
home. No. 1408 Corcoran street.
Mrs. Fanny Daily Read, who has been
spending the summer in picturesque North
ern Maryland, will return to Washington
On Thursday evening at 7 o'clock Miss
Josephine Southey and Mr". Frederic k-
Dabier were lumtea in marriage at toe
parsonage of St. Peter's Church. They
were attended by Miss Kate Southey and
Mr. John G. Miulr.
Miss FortunnjWllklns will give a birth
day party OctnCer 29, at her home. No.
421 New York avenue northwest.
The Abracadabra Club held un Interesting
meeting on Wednesday night at the resi
dence ot Mr. 'I nomas W. Scott.
Mr. and MnOHarry Kecfer have left
the city for aibrref islt to Frederick, Md.
Mrs. Mary.,Wed. wno has been visiting
her daughter at' York teach, Me., will
rem r n Monday lo'her borne, No. CO I street
Miss Alice Hacklcy has returned from a
delightful visit to Yarmouth and other
points of interest along the coast of Nova
The Lafajctte- Club will give a concert
and bop next Wednesday evening at I. O.
O. F. Hall.
Mr. McBride and family will return
soon from their summer home nt Wash
ington Grow anil establish themselves
In their new residence on Seventh street
Mrs. Hartley Graham Is making a brief
visit to friends near Harper's Ferry, Va.
Mrs. Cowie, wife of Paymaster Cowic,
and their daughter. Miss Ethel, have ar
rived, and will make their home for the!
winter at the uuckingnam.
Mrs. Lamont left the city for New Vorfc
Wcilnesilay night and Is stopping at the
New Netherlands Hotel for a short stay.
Mrs Lament's costumes are always artistic
and charmingly appropriate nnd she will
doubtless addto her handsome wardrolie
Mrs. Carlisle left for the North yester
day and will probably bring batk many
pritty gowns of her favorite shades lielio
trope and violet.
Mrs. John B. Henderson, of St. Louis,
has rt turned from u delightful summer at
ltai quel Lake, In the Adirondack: Mountains,
and Southampton, Long Island, and Vir
ginia ami is ut her Uuuuiui Lome, the
Castle," on Florida avenue.
Gen. nnd Mrs. Miles have wlected the
furmcr home of Dr. Klndilbcrger, corner
Twentieth and G streets northwest. It Is
a handvme residence, and doiiblliss will
be the scene of many dtligtitfu! entertain
ments during the season. A rcciption to
Gen. Milts will be gten by the Army and
Navy Club Friday dcnlnc, October 18.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Mary Stephens, of Washington, to Mr.
Cnarlcs Mackey ltippey, formerly manag
ing editor or tne Eening News, and now
on the editorial stalf of the l'osU
Justice and Mrs. While will arrive In
the ity Irom Louisiana Monday. Miss
Sue Whitercturned more thana wcekago.
Mrs. Anderson, wire of Surgeon F. An
derson, U. h. N.. Is ataln al her home,
No. lb"8 Nineteenth strict northwest.
Mrs. Thornton, wire of 1'ay Director
Thornton, U. S..N., is cxicUcl in the city
Mrs. WiiliamiL. Hasklu. wife of Major
Ilni-klu. U K. A., stationed at liaid's
Island, N. Y.. is visiting Col. and Mrs.
Weeks, and will lie here a mouth.
Mr. Alfred, LeUhaut. Belgian Minister,
is in New York, but is expected in this
city to-morrow. '
Mrs. Mcltca and son. of Baltimore, are
visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Greene-, al No. 514
C street northe-ast.
Mr. Edmuhdo I'laza, sei-ond secretary of
the Mexican legation, left last night for
a visit to nttsburg. Pa. The recently
announced mrriige of Mr. Plaza to Miss
Rogers, of Pittsburg, has railed forth the
sincere, congratulations of his manr friends.
On his return1 to 'the ilty Mr. Plaza will
make his home at 1537 I street north
west, where he lias ree-cutly taken apart
ments. Miss Mary Deiha. of this city, who is
prominently connected with the Society
of the Daughters of the Revolution, is
visiting the Atlanta exposition.
KOAItniNG HOUSE COMEDY.
.M1f KKlilnirn Triumph Oier Hor
Miss Catherine Fisiiburn, whose lonely
vigils In the- dark, at No !12 I street
nortliwi st. to hold the Premises against
her late partner, as stated exclusively in
The Times recently, won the conte-st yes
terday and last night held the fort alone.
Her partner, Mifs Gait, after, for three
weeks, maintaining hostilities, with the
help of her colored lieutenant, and her
patrons, moved out yesterday. Miss Fish
burn has during that tinie.-unalclcil, un
attended, and almost without furniture
or the munitions of war, held the lower
floors of the elegant four-story residence
and made it uncomfortable for the emmy
coming nnd going to their quarters in the
upper floors .
The two women rented the house to
gether, one to lurnlsh a table, the other
sleeping apartments Miss llsbburn had
the lease made in her name, but will not
say whose money she paid. Her partner
claims to have furnished all the money
They disagreed. Miss Fisiiburn consulted
Attorney J. .Altbeus Johnson to have Miss
Mr. Johnson explained the delays of the
law and suggested that more vigorous
measures would be neevssary if full use of
the hoiiFe were desired before the month
expired. Miss Fisiiburn went home and
hired two colored men to move out the
enemy. But her mercenaries proved un
faithful nnd were liouglil over. They only
put the furniture In better sliape and gave
fuller occupancy. Miss Fishburn then
6ued, but did not Prcfs the case.
Yesterday the' lease expired. Miss Gait
moved. When a riportrr called, her body
guard during the days or siege, the faithful
"Ike," a plucky, fourtee-n year old col
ored hoy, was covering the rear or ihe
AMELIE HIVES' DIVORCE.
Grunted Some Time Ako, Hut riace
"ot Yet Glen.
Charlottesville, Va., Oct. 12. Mrs. Ame
lle Rives Chanler was seen at the Rives
home. Castle Hill, fifteen miles from Char
lottesville, to-day and questioned as to the
causes which led her to secure a divorce
from John Armstrong Chanler. She said
there was really nothing beyond what had
already appeared In the papers.
"The public," Mrs. Chanler laughed, "will
be grievously disappointed when the evi
dence in the case' Is given out. There is
nothing of a Sensational character about
It. My lawyer will give oat any information
proper for publication."
"Where was the decree granted?" was
"I must dee-line to answer," said Mrs.
Chanler. "I will'not say anything more
than has been published."
In reply tp aoojber question Mrs. Chan
ler said that It-was some time ago that the
divorce had been'sgranted, and that Mr.
Chanter had been represented at the trial.
"But," she added, "there was really no
defensehe could make. Lateron she remark
ed: "Mr. Chanleriand I are the best ot
friends, but we ibave seen very little of
each other for years. He owns the place ad
Joining Castle Hill and spends a great deal
of timeon it, but I have never lived there."
Mrs. Chanler said she had no plans for
the future. "Just-now I am living at Castle
Hill, riding and driving and enjoying the
country air," she concluded. Mrs. Chanler
said she did not know where Mr. Chanler
was, but thought he was in North Carolina.
VasliliiKtoniaim I" New York.
(Special to The Times.)
New York. Oct. 12 Arrivals: Count
Vinci, Italian legation, and Gen. J. J: Dana.
Cambridge; E. G. Money, J. L. Loose,
and Major Greene, Continental; W. L.
Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bent, and J.
O'Donnell, St. Denis; J. E. Finnegnn, Col
onnade; O. R. Grimes, B. W. D. Knight. J.
F. Hill, C. F. Larrabe, It. T. Leopold, aud
J. S. K. Reeves, Astor; W. Asplnwall, Ever
ett: Z. A. Urasse, Warwick: Mr. and Mrs. G.
B. Green and J. 11. Harwell. Union Square;
M. D. Helm. B. H. Warner, H. H. Ketch jiu.
C. J. Wilson, and T. M. Whitney, Imperial;
F. H. Hlndekeper, St. James; Gen. nnd Mrs.
Me-Kecver.-'E. A. Ireland, and T. A. War
ren. Murray-HMh'J. E. Weu-n and R. K.
Voorhecs, Hturtevant; H. P. Reade, R. H.
Walsh.'R. White) and T. L. Page. Grand;
Mrs. L. Woodward, Miss Woodward, E.
M. Berrall," and G. A. Drlggs.. Holland;
W. A. -Church,' Broadway Central; Mrs.
E, Harden and Mr.- and Mrs. W. H: Single
ton, Norma ndie;-O- T. Crosby-and C. P.
Mt-Kerma, Hoffman: Mrs. J. F. Pot.-Jr
Brunswick, and A. Grassez, Marlborough.
"THE COAT SHIRT."
The most popular selling Shirt
we have handled sells very
rapidly and seems to give good
Why shouldn't it?
Really it solves the shirt prob
lem most successfully. Have
1.25 quality at 89c.
314 and 316 7th St
Sale of Fur
We hnvn closed out a small
line of Flu a Fur Capes from tne
jnanufact irer and offer them,
to-day at astonishingly low
$8 Half Slurred Capes, $5.93
Good qualitr half shirred Ccnojr Fur
Capes full ST-Inches long full
sweeps elegantly lined through
out military collar wo haTo but TC 00
13 at , $0. 30
$15 Astracban Capes, $9.98
In this lot are nine Astrachan Capes
3Mnche Ion? satin lined with (TQ QQ
xery full sweets 4) J .00
$20 Wool Seal Cape, $13. SO
limited lot of rerr cooJ quality wr-ol
bal Cnpe ai-lnchos long full
weep satin lined leryoxtra T 1 Cfl
Special Millinery Sale To-day.
812 and 814 7th St.
715 Market Space.
514 Ninth St. N. W.
Open until 10 p. m. To-night.
A box of IS Washington Belle Cigars
A box of Puro Buttermilk Soap, 3 cakes
In a box onlr jc.
This Coupon and 49c
will buy a box of Crown of
Key "West Cigars a very
good smoke and 50 cigars in
Keep both eyes open for our big "ail"
hi Sunday Times.
514 Ninth St. N. W.
A pretty anil dotcI way toelmtiea mantel
is to procure threc and a half yards of
plain China silk in any desirable sbadc
and sew to It lengthwise a strip of Perslan
silk, also tbrei' and a half yards lone, but
only balf as wide. Fasten the scarf at one
end even witb the mantel board anel at
the other form a loose knot ot tho long
end. letting it hnnp in folds. Take the other
half width of Tcrsian silk and to it attach
small brass rings; through these run a
brass rod. Secure this by tiny brass
brackets to the wall above the mantel,
taking care that the bilk reaches that
which covers the top of the shelf. This
forms a beautiful background for pho
tographs or bric-a-brac. At the side of
the mantel, where no drapery falls, place
a huge plant or several plants In a gradu
ated wire rack until the topmost one
stands on a line above the mantel. This
mode of decoration Is particularly pretty
for a dining room.
Her brow was like the snowdrift.
Her throat was like the swan;
But it took a mint of money
For the powder she put on.
. We ask this reoeatedlv. because serious
' diseases often follow trlfitneai'mcnts. J
generclly exhausted, j
nervous, have no J
appetite and can't
work, begin at once J
taking tec most re-
liable strengthening j
medicine, which is
Brown's Iron Bitters. ,
Benefit comes from i
the very first dose
IT CURES I
I DrBPcrai. KtoncY ano Uvea t
I Neuralqu. Tnoutttcs. I
I Constipation, lifpuitc. Blood.
Maumu. Ncnvoua Julmuhtb,
WOMEN'S COtiriAlKTS. ,.
Get only the genuine ft. h;s -crowd red'
lines on the wrapper.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, Wf. S
Extra for Saturday, Oct. 12th.
New Goods Arriving Daily.
Fresh Pork, per lb I la.
Wild Quarter spring Lamb. 12c. per lb.
Lamb Chops. 10. 15!f ond 15c.
Sugar Cured Shoulder, syiz-
Sncnr Cared Ham. per lb 12c
Sliced Ham, perlb 18).
Cooked Ham, bone nnd fat out, per lb 33c
Good Lord, Ibi 25c.
Sausage. I'ndding. nnd Head Cheese. 3 lbs 25c.
Houst iiccf, per lb O to 12o.
Kound Steak. 3 lbs 25c
Our rrcsh less tc-day only 10c a doz.
Oyster's F.lgln flutter. 5 lbs S1.40.
Emrich's llest Llsln nutter. 5 lb 51-25.
Emrich'4 One-pound Roll, G lbj St. 00.
Crcnm Cbeesc. 2 lbs 25c-
Good Cheese 10c lb.
Emrich's Self-raising Buckwheat, 3 Packages for
12c. Hone better.
Large Brttls Catsup, 10c.
Cornstarch, 6c package; 5 packages 25c.
011 Sardines, 7 boxes for 25c. '
Sbreidei Codfish. 3 packages 25c
Home-ade Eaurkriut, 3 qtt25c.
Onc-ponnd Jar Preserve. 10c
Twc-pannd Jar Jelly, 10c
Loom Jelly, 5c- pound.
Sardines packed in imported olive oil, 10c bas; 3 for 25a.
Hew Home-made Mines Vest, 3 pounds for 25c
Emrich's Leader Floor, 29c sack; 84.50 per barret
Emrich's White Wonder Flour, 25c sack; 53.90 per barrel.
Soiled Oats. 2 packages for 15c
Emrich's Uaricol Bland Tea, 25c psr pound, 5 pounds for L
Oinzer Snaps, 6 pounds for 25c.
Try one can of Emrich's Club-houis Coffea.
EMRICH BEEF CO..
Jlaln Market. 1X6-1312 SM at. nw.; Telephones!?. H ranch Markets 1713 :4th st. nir.;
8th aud 31 sis. uir; 305; M sL nw ;SlstsDdKsu.nir; 215 Intl. are. nw.; 5th and
I sts nw.; 4th find I eta. nw ; Ullh st. and Px are. nw.; 13th 0L end K. V. are. nw.;
We've got to move a big stock of almost every
kind of HOUSEFURNISHJNGS in order to
make room for the holiday goods which are now
beginning to come in. These prices will do it:
Large size Fire Proof Japanese Tea Pot. 1 Oc
ltcenlai Price. 19c
2 ft. 6 in. by 5 ft. Turkish Mats 8 1 C
Tegular I": ice, LCS.
Decorated Tea Sets, 56 pieces $2.67
l.'cjular ITIcc, U 2)
Large Galvanized Foot Tubs 28c
lie;ul.tr rrice. 43a
Handsome 26 in. Silk Shades, 3 shapes, 5
i;c;nilar Price, tisa
Round Covered "Willow Clothes Hampers,
large size 60c
Ilegnlar Price, 93c
2 Qt. Covered Tin Buckets 5c
Kegular Trice, 10c
Webster's Dictionarj-, complete edition,
including appendix. Leather binding.
1,500 illustrations. Original edition.. 64c
l.'cgulnr 1 rice, LOT.
doz. Silver Plated Forks, doz. Table
Spoons, Yz doz. Tea Spoons 47c
Kosular Price, $1.10. ,
Large Japanned Coal Hods 1 5c
Kecular Price, Sc
Decorated Toilet, best qualitv, English
China '. $ 1 .37
Ilegular Price. t.
1 lb Tea or Coffee Canisters 5c
Kesular Trice. 10c
Decorated Dinner or Soup Plates. Any
1 ocular Price, 15c
Decorated Meat or Vegetable Dishes. . . 1 2c
Regular Price, !i5a
3 Large Pie or Jelly Plates 5c
Regular Price, lc
Universal Housefurnishing Store,
512 NINTH ST. N. W.
Special for Saturday
$11.50. Box Couches. $11.50.
This fine Box Couch, upholstered in Fine Tapestry,
with roll pillow. Usual price asked elsewhere, TWENTY
DOLLARS. SPECIAL PRICE AT THE RINK SAT
URDAY, OCTOBER 12,
. $11.50. $11.50. $11.50-
The box underneath makes a handy receptacle for
clothing-, which can be laid . away without folding-. Size
2 feet 6 inches by 6 feet 6 inches; height, 18 inches. For
comfort and utility this couch cannot be excelled. RE
MEMBER THE PRICE AT THE RINK SATURDAY
ONLY IS $11.50. ,
Sm Furniture & Carpet Co.
N. Y. Ave., Bet. 13th and I4th Sts.