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THB,EVENING. TOJlfigESDAY. 'NOVEMBER 12, A895
MRS. CLEVEUHD'S W0I.K
Industriously Plied Her Needle
for the Needlework Guild.
Finds Combination Under
wear more and more In
favor. Ladles who ones use
them will never wear any
other. No bulky bundllnarof
the undervest. No weight or
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FAVORITE IN SOCIETY HERE
Mrs. Paget, nee Whitney, unarming
Daughter of a Lovely Mother.
Llrot.Col.CnililnK Receives MHny Con-
t'rutuiutloiw Upon Ills IToiiiotion.
Notable tVeddlntjM to Occur.
There Is the greatest interest here at tlic
Capital over Miss Pauline Whitney's wed
ding, which talcs place tc-dav, more, in
fact, tliannasbccnshown in tlicrecentducnl
wedding. The details given out concern-,
lng Miss Whitney's marriage are dignified
and conservative, In striking contrast to
the flanibovant exploitation of Miss Van
derbilfs wedding, about which It is de
voutly hoped a long suffering public will
be Fpared further tiltlc-tattle.
No woman was ever more popular, more
generally or more deservedly liked? more
tenderly regretted limn Mrs. Whitney.
Even those who Inew her superficially
hold her Is warmest remembrance, and all
those who came under the charm of the
mother's influence have an afftctionatc
Interest In the daughter.
At the time Mr. Whitney was In Mr.
Cleveland's first Cabinet Mis Whitney was
a little girl, not yet in her teens, but sLcis
remembered as a winning and charming
child. She appeared once only at a fash
ionable fr on during her life here, the
clirbtenf of her little sister Dorothy,
and ltycs she who dispensed the pretty
favors, yuMih every one carried away as
a souvenir of the occasion.
Those vv ho have known Miss Whitney in
thedc later years say she Is a worthy
daughter of her mother, beautiful, chnnii-Ing-nnd
responsive, and for her future hap
piness and well In lug she has the heartfelt
wishes of her own and her parents' friends
There H a little woman with a swarthy
skin, big, lustrous, brown eyes, and a smile
that cheers the heart, who Is clever withal
and successful in her profession, wl Ich Is
that of an organ grinder, or piano grinder
rather, for she turns thecrank on one of the
street pianos, which charm or torture the
spirit, as the case may be. Every evening
Just lK-fore the lecture begins, she places
i herself outside of a law college and grind
i away Tor clear life. Not a man goes in
without dropping n few pennies into I rr
little brown hand, and If one does escape he
Is called luck by her colleagues, "Here. air.
Smith. Mr. llron n. or Mr. Jones, come back;
you have forgotten something." Or. "See,
there goes the professor; now, don'tlct him
escape," and professor and student come
smilingly back to pay tribate.
Dr. and Mrs. Elliot Cones are back again
after i,n extended tour through the West,
'where the doctor went over the ground
he has for the three 3 ears he was engaged
In writing about in his "Lewis and Clam
Expedition." This week Dr.CouesHenJo
injr the meeting of the American Ornitholo
gists' Union, of which he is president.
came over on the Majestic, which arrived
on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leiter. Mrs.
Gordan McKay, and Woodbury Illalr. Mr.
and Mrs. Letter will remain In New York
for the Whitney wedding.
As if to put at rest the vprlous rumors
which have been afloat cono "is the dis
satisfaction of the home GovercuTnt with
Mr. Depuy do Lome, because of his inability
to obtain better terms In tlie Mora claims,
and to prevent thefltllngoutot filibustering
expeditions, he has given up the house on L
street, so long occupied by the Bpanlsb le
gation, -which is an old-fashioned, unat
tractive house, in the unfashionable part
of the town, and taken a long lease on tbo
Tiffany houseonConnectlciitavenue. which
is in a fashionable loeality.and much better
arranged for entertaining.
Lieut. Col. Samuel Cashing, U. 8. A..
received his promotion yesterday at 1
o'clock, by the retirement of Col. J. U.
Oilman, stationed at Chicago. Last even
ing a reception at his home. No. 141
Twentieth street northwest, was held, when
be received a number of exquisite tributes
of now ers and hearty congratulations from
his rrlcnds. Among thoe present were.
Gen. and Mrs. Moore, Gen. Haggles. Maj.
and Mrs. Byrd, Col. Gllmorc. Miss Miles,
Miss Miller, Capt. and Mrs. Burr. Mr. and
Mrs. Gnrllngton, Col. and Mrs. Woodward,
Mai. Woodruff. Col. and Miss McKenzle.
Gen. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. AMen. Mrs. and
Miss Scott, Mr. Horner. Mr. Holbrokke,
Col. and -Mrs. Weeks. Col. and Miss Town
send. A poem appropriate to the occasion
was read by Maj. Woodruff.
Miss Cavtllla. of Jlaltimore, is the guest
of her cousin. Miss Relslnger. daughter of
Commander Relslnger. P. B. N.
The wedding of Miss Daisy Gorman,
daughter of Senator Gorman. t R1"1
Johnson, will take piace .uvc-iih.-. -"-
the home of her pa rents, corner K and nr
tecutti streets northwest.
Gen. Stanley, governor of the Soldier's
Home, who was called out West, owing to
the Illness or his brother, will return to the
city the latter part of this we-ek. During
Ids absence he has visited St. Louis and
Gen. Miles and son are excellent wheel
men, taking a spin every atternoon. Gen.
Miles has lound that bicjcUng Improves
bis health wonderfully.
Lieut. Eeamey, U. S. N- and Mrs. Kearney
entertained at dinner rt their home. No.
174C N street, Sunday night, the Japanese
minister and several of the legation.
The wedding or Lieut. Gordon Helner,
U. S. A., to Miss Elizabeth Kent, niece
of Mrs. George Small, Baltimore, took
place today at, noon. Six ushers lu uni
form were In attendance, nnd the brides
maids carried red roses. In compliment to
the artillery. Lieut. Ileiner Is quite a fa--
vorlte In Wasblngbm society, and a num
ber of menus went over to inc marriage.
Miss Nlta McWade has returned Trom
her trip to Atlanta, and. after a few days
spent in the city, will go North to resume
her studies in the New York School of De
sign. Mr. Donald Brown and his sister. Miss
Genevieve, will leave to morrow for New
York, where they will remain a week be
fore sailing for Paris to join Mr. and Mrs.
Brown. They will remain abroad all
The many friends of Mr. Edward V. nan
son of New Hampshire avenue will be
pleased to learn that he has recovered
from the accident he sustained by falling
from his horse while hunting early in
Wsb Katherlne Walte Wilson, of Oregon
avenue, gave a muslcale last night in honor
or the Pan Glee. Club, a new organization
that bat been! ortued by eight musical young
people of the extreme northwest. In addi
tion to , ruaay choruses, duets and part
ongi, there were everal"eoIoa riven by
A I Ml'
,11 Mi ml a :
y i y
Miss WRson, Miss Kittle E. Davis nnd
Miss Pauline Corcoran, alt of whom are in
terested in, but not members, or the club.
Among those prceent were Misses Nella
and Alma Johnson, Miss Beulah Day, Miss
Etta Dromon, Ml&s Luella Adams, Mr.
Frank 8afford, Mr. Lawrence Day, Mr.
John Osmond, Mr. Andrew Darby, Mr.
Joe Miles and Mr. Franklin Wise'.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Aekennan have closed
their country home In Prince George
county, and will spend the winter with Mrs.
Belle II. White, of Fourteenth street
The marriage r Miss M.iy V Neiimeycr
to Mr. George P. Parlon, or Kcrcnton. Pa.,
was Roleiiinlzed at 9.30 this morning at
the family re-slileiwe in .South Washington,
the ceremony being performed by Llshop
A Supreme Test.
"Iii a quiet corner at the reception.
Shut "Yon say yon wonld be willing to risk yonr life for me?"
He: "Only try me!"
She: "Then go down to the sapper room and cet me aomethinsr to
Keaue, rector ot the Calollc University, in
the presence or the family and a few Im
mediate friends of the bride.
The house was decorated artistically
throughout with palms aud chrsanthe
mums. The collection of exquisite gifts
made a handsome display.
The graceful joung bride was robed In
white corded silk, trimmed with accordeon
plaited chirrou, and clasped at the bodice
with a curious and beautiful bjckle or Flor
entine rilagree. Her traveling gown was
a dainty combination ot cobalt blue and tan
cloth, with hat and gloves to match.
The ceremony was tollowed by a break
rast, aHer which Mr. and Mrs. Parton lert
on the 11:51 train Tor the Atlanta Exposi
tion and other points or Interest In the
Among those present were Rev. Father
BoM'l, or St. Domlulc's. an old and valued
friend of the ramily: Rev. Father Gillespie,
pastor ot Bt. Aloysius'; Rev. Dr. Stafford,
and Miss Mattle Parton, sister or the
The Misses Jennie and Adaline Parker
were given a surprise party last night by
their brother Ralph and several members
ot the G. Y. E. Club, which proved a de
'lightrul afralr. An attrattlve reatnre ot
the evening was the mandolin trio by Mr.
John K. Foster, Mr. Mel Vinlug und Mr.
Among those present were Miss May
Andersen, Miss Belle Vining, Miss Tessle
Adams, Miss Julia Vemcycr, Miss Cora
Beall, Mr. Harry Vemeyer, Mr. John V.
Adams, Mr. Allan" McDonough, Mr. Ar
thur Wade, Mr. Frank Anderson, Mr. Au
gustus McGrath, Mr. James Rellly and Mr.
P. F. Bearing.
Miss Sadie Moran of Seventh street north
east will leave Monday for an extended
visit to relatives In the West.
Mr. Reuben Porter, ot Cumberland. Md
was a recent gncst of Mr. and Mrs. George
McWllliaro8, of Seventh street northwest.
Mr. Philip E. Chandler, of Baltimore, who.
has been spending several weeks in this
city, lert this morning for a hunting trip
along the shores or Bt. Clement's Bay, in
southern "Maryland. He was accompanied
by his brother, Mr. C. C. Chandler, of Cap
Miss Rcecie McDonald has returned lrotn
Vicksburg, Va., where she has been visit
ing since the early fall.
Miss Rosalee McCarthy, of Georgetown,
Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. George B. Elvcrt
son, at Bethlehem, Pa.
tin. Charles Merrill gave a reception
last night to local artists, at her studio.
No. 333 Florida avenue, when (be received
many congratulations for the success she
has achieved In ber special line of art that,
.of pain tine on china. "-
There were many beautiful specimen
of her work in flowers, fruits, and figures
grouped throughout her beautiful home,
and while she was pleased to receive the
commendations showered upon her was
persistent in her explanation that she
owed her skill to Pror. S wartz, who taught,
also, the Empress of Germany, and rnuny
olhcT or the crowned heads of Europe,
anil who has a studio both in this city and
Berlin ' -
Miss Kate Duanc, of Maryland avenue
northeast, has withdrawn her invitations
for the tea she was to have given on Thurs
day or this week, because or the death of
ber brother, Mr.. Horace Duane. formerly
of this city, bat'for the past three jears
a resident of Memphis, Tenn.
Miss Mary Hayniond, niece or Mrs. Mary
Goff, or 1200 N street northwest, will be
married today to Mr. Melville S. Jarris. U.
8. A. The ceremony will take place at the
Baptist Church, at Clarksburg, W. Va.,
followed by a reception at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hay
niond. or that place.
At the conclusion or their tour Mr. Jar
vis will take his bride to bis post at Fort
Sherman, Idalio, where they will make
Many friends extended their congratula
tions to Mr. and Mrs. E A. Wilber Sunday
evening, on the twe-ntj-flftn anniversary
of their marriage.
Quite the prettiest sight on the avenues
r Washington nowadays is its beautirul
women driving smart traps and smiling
greetings torrtends and acquaintances after
an absence abroad. Mrs. Gordon Mackay,
wlm has lately arrived, was out behind a
spanking pair or chestnuts yeste-rdayafter-noon,
gowned In a fascinating costume.
Her braid-wreathe-d, perfectly poised
head was crowned by a millinery inspira
tion which brought out tne Huts in her
exquisite hair, and ever and again she
rewarded a passing obeisance with whats
certain club man characterized as that
Lieut. Walter McLean ot the United
States Navy is under orders to Join the
North PaciNc squadron and will leave
tomorrow ror Ban Francisco, whence he
will sail on the. Boston ror China, to be gone
There was a family gathering yesterday
In his honor at the residence of bis brother,
H. C. McLean. No. 1414 Park street.
t Mount Pleasant, those present being the
giests ot Mrs. McLean. The occasion was
not In all particulars a Joyous one, but the
clemf ha ot cheerful hospitality were not
Lieut. McLean's wife will remain in
Washington at least for the winter at their
residence on the corner or Sixteenth and
O streets northwest.
Cards are out rnm Mr. and Mrs. John
A. Clle for the wedding of their daughter.
Margaret E., to Mr. Howard E. Donath at
St. John's P. Ej Church, Baltimore. Md.,
November 20, at noon.
Mrs. Hearst and Miss Florence Bayard
are expected io'tbe city ror a short stay.
Mrs. Hearst wiU leave shortly for Cali
Mrs. Sternberg's tea this afternoon will
be the function At which society will
congregate. Army, and Navy circles, or
course, will be well represented.
Mrs. MargaretBelle Blaine, and Dr.Hcnry
J. Crosson. will be married this evening
at G:30. Rev. Father Sullivan officiating.
The ceremony will take place at 8t. Peter's
Church, Capitol Hill, and later a surrer will
be given to the bridal party and a few re
latives. Messrs. T.C.TrcscotR.G. Blaine,
is paid for butter by New Tork's lour hundred. They pay this out
ragooui pries for the sake of gsttlnr butter that is cuar&nted"Bot mora than three
days old. They par it for tha cortalnty ot purity; for palatable flavor; for appetizing-
fragrance. We assart positively and emphatically and unaqTlrocally that
t Mo oer.peund. Is Just as good in color, savor, and purity aa the very finest butter
atat aver came oat of a churn.
- SQUARE MARBLE AND GLASS STANDS In Centre Market
WILKINS ft' COMPANY. Maanfactarara' Wholesale Distr!batlaAeta.
Tomorrozv we offer a special
Real Ostrich Boa value to
call attention to our very
full line of these goods,
ranging from $3.98 to $25.
Hi yd. extra full gennlsa Ostrich
Foas guarantoed to ba usually
sold at (1SL90, at
314 and 316 7th SL N.W.
H. G. Kemp, B. Bulkier, 8. Athford, and Dr.
C. K. Ketones, will act as ushers. Dr.
Wolhaupter acting as beat man. Misses
Watts, Hill, Blandiord, AILee or Baltimore,
Blaine, and Enlwisle, arc thecbosen brides
maids. Miss Nina Blaine will Lc maid or
honor, wearing rose colored silk, the
other attendants or the bride being cos
tumed in white organdie over white silk
and boas or slmlax. The bride will enter
with her lather, Mr. R. G. Blaine, who will
give her away.
MUs Annie B. Mullin or Tenleytown and
Mr. W. 8cidcuberg are to be married at
8t. Ann's Church, Tenleytown, Thursday,
the 14th instant, at S p. m.
Mr. It. T. Mazinger. accompanied by bis
wire, left Sunday for Westmoreland county,
Va., on a bunting trip.
Miss Nellie Ball, of No. 102G D street
northeast, after a month's absence in
Michigan, lias returned to ber home In this
city. Miss Ball went North to act as
bridesmaid to her cousin. Miss Mildred
Ball, formerly of the Patent Office.
Mrs. R. Pelham Suit, of Berkeley Springs.
Md.. Is In the city for a rew days, stopping
at the Hamilton House.
Mra. Frank Helm, or Covington, Ky.,
who lias been the guest or Mrs. Carlisle,
is now viMtlng her son, who is at the
Miss Lucettc Robinson, or New Jersey
avenue, left today for Richmond. After
a brief stay in that city, she will
visit Atlanta and other points of Interest
In the South.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Parsons or Augusta,
Me., arc the guests or MLss Emetine E.
Callaghan of Capitol Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Joyce or Wilming
ton. Del.. lert this morning nfter a brier
visit to Mr. John McKay Davis or Massa
chusetts avenue northeast..
The friends or Miss Malzle McKelilln
will be pleased to learn that she is con
aleecing from her recent illness.
Miss Jessie Ellis gave a pantomlne party
last night at her home on East Capitol
street, to her guests. Misses Teresa and
Elsie Wentworth, ot Madison, Wis. Each
guest was robed in a shapeless pink duniino
with a curtained mask ot the same color,
and as silence was imposed until supper
nnd recognitions limited to gestures, many
ludle rous errors were made.
Among those present were MLss Nettle
McHeury. Miss Mollie Lloyd. Miss Elsie
Brown, Miss Gonza Brown, Miss Jennie
bpaldlng. Miss Lue-y V. Longhaui, Miss Olga
Fawcet, Miss Nellie Chase, Miss Henrietta
Stevens. Misses Ada and Sara Paul, Mr.
John MiHenry, Mr. Arthur Snnfurd, Mr.
James Allen, Mr. Fred Paul, Mr. Conrad E.
Brown, and Messrs. Joha and Andrew San
ford. Mr. C. O. McCreedy, wife, son and
daughter, returned yesterday from a
month's pleasure trip to their former home
atBallstonSpa.N. Y. They arc quartered
at the Varnum Hotel.
Mrs. Margaret E. Btillsoo and her daugh
ter. Miss Madge, are visiting the home of
Mrs. Y. M. Reynolds, on the Tenleytown
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Henderson have
returned from an extended trip to the
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spencer, or East Capi
tol street, gave a progressive cucher party
Friday night that proved a, pleasant affair.
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Pe
basco, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lawrence. Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Allen, Mr. George D. Greg
ory, Miss Nettie Lawrence, Miss Cecelia
Davis and Mr. Frank Norman.
Miss Leila McDowell, of Auburn, N. T.,
Is the guestor Miss Maud V. Allen, r Capi
tol Hill. During her visit Miss McDowell
will be given a muslcale by the Liszt Club,
when her friends in this city will have an
opportunity of hearing ber beautiful voice.
A public reception has been arranged by
the Wlmodnughsis and the District Wo
man's Suffrage Association, iu celebration
of the eightieth birthday or the worthy na
tional ex president, Elizabeth Cady Stan
ton, this evening rrom 8 to 10 o'clock,
at the Wimodaughsis' parlors.
Among the attractions will be brief
speechen and music. The special feature
or the evening, however, will be balloting
conducted on the Australian system. The
subjects to be voted on are, "Is Woman
Entitled to Full Franchise?" "Is an Edu
cational Qualification Desirable?" "Is a
Property Qualification Desirable?" "Is it
Desirable for Woman to Remain Disfran
chised:" A cordial Invitation is extended to the
general public, and all will be permitted
to cast their ballots on a payment of 10
cents as registration fee. The total pro
ceeds thus secured will be turned over to
the Anthony-Stanton-Mott bust fund.
Master Lawrence Wilson was given a
birthday party Saturday evening at the
home or hlsparents, Mr. and Mrs. V.M. Wil
son, on Capitol Hill.
The evening was pleasantly passed In
games and dances; there was a dainty table
spread with rnilt, bonbons and the tradi
tional candle cake, and each llttlo guest
was presented at the close of the party
with a pretty book or toy as a souvenir of
Among the guests were Millie Anderson,
Lottie Paul, Reglna Allen, Maud Stacy,
Will Heniple, Jack Posey. Wilfred Hemp
sted, John Talty. and Jack Hill.
MEMBERS UBGED TO DO SAME
Mrtt.CrulcStaH-s That he President'
Wife Ik Ono of tlie Most Earnest
Piece for tlie Poor Object Is to
Provide Clothes for tbe Xeedy.
The annual meeting of the Needle Work
Guild took place this morning 'at 11 o'clock
at tbe residence of Mrs. Robert Craig,
No. 1822 I street. There was a large at
tendance and the greatest interest uianl
erstedin the year's work.
The president, Mrs. John M. Harlan,
wiTe or Justice Harlan, called the meeting
tuordcr and made the opening prayer. 8he
then read the second chapter of St. James,
and addressed a rew remarks to the mem
bers concerning the beautiful charity In
which they are engaged.
The reports of the treasurer and secretary
were then read, and showed great strides
since the last reunion. MUs Fanny G.
Cbllds, the treasurer, and familiarly known
to all charitable Wasblngtonians. in con
nection with the Newsboys' Home, said that
nearly $200 bad been donated, besides the
regular assessments and the contributions
LEVI P. MORTON'S NIECE.
Miss Miller reported that tbe guild had
received a charming letter from Mrs. Man
Ion Sands, niece of Hun. Levi P. Morton,
who is now a resident or London. Mrs.
Sa.ids was ror some years a member of
this guild, arxl 1 still mucli Interested in
its success. Sb'e wrote an account of a
similar guild in London and or tbe charita
ble labors of tbe Duchess or Teck in this
A communication was read from the
Canton Flannel Society, which bad been
invited to affiliate with the Needlework
Guild. The army contingent, which com
poses about halt the former organization,
is unwilling to unite forces, but the navy
ladl-s, wltli Miss Wilkes, daughter or Ad
miral Wilkes, as spokesman, heartily re
sponded to the invitation. Mrs. Harlan
expressed grc'Jt gratiTlcation at this de
cision, and welcomed the newcomers most
Mrs. Robert Craig, president or the board
or directors, said that, bat 136 members
bad as yet sent in the completed garments
so necesary fjr the poor now that the
weather f ettlng severe, and earnestly
exhorted tt iWlnquents to resiiond before
December 1. bhe said that last )ear
1,724 garments bad been distributed
among the needy, and that they bad not
yet received hair that number.
MRS. CLEVELAND'S WORK.
Mra Craig said, pleasantly, Mrs. Cleve
land was one or the most c-arncst workers
in the guild and that she had made thirty
eight pieces, and had lately sent them to
headciuartcrs Mrs. Craig said that if every
member or the society would be likewise
charitable and Industrious, there would be
little surrertng Tor clothing tliis winter.
The election or officers then ti-ot place,
ami resulted in the unanimous re-election
of the old board, as follows:
Mrs. Harlan. prt-Met.t; Mrs. S. C. Pom
eroy, Mrs. Alexander Murray. Mrs. A. W.
Grecly. Mrs. Samuel J. Randall. Mrs. D.
Wolre Brown, and Mrs. Led yard Hod ire. vice
presidents: Miss Virginia Miller, secretary,
and Mi's Fanny Childs. treasurer.
The Ne-cdlcwork Guild Is one or the most
eminent benevolent organizations iu Wash
ington. It has a memliershlp ot S33,
composed or the leading scclal and reli
gions clement. It is affiliated with no
church, and any person may become a mem
ber by donating two or more articles of
clothing. About 100 ladles were present
at the meeting this morning.
L'.cciwed to Marry.
Marriage livenscs were Issued to-day as
Florence D. McAnktfe and Annie Nelson,
both or Washington.
Ernest E. Purvisand Flora L. Purvis, both
ot Charlottesville, Vs.
Benjamin U. Brown and Mildred Will
iams, both of Washington.
Alonzo Perry and Maria Cash, both of
William H. Ward, ot Washington, and
Margaret R Shaw, of Prince Gec-ge's Coun
Charles R. Boag and Joycic Braxton, both
Joseph Monroe and Lucy Stevenson, both
Henry Joseph Crosson and Margaret B.
Elaine, both of Washington.
. Henry W. Morrisetle and Annie Rosier,
both of Richmond.
Levi A Green and Lou A. Jackson, both
Charles Cole and Lucy Brown, Washing
Edward Wallace Patton and Martha
Thomas Corwine, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Thomas Johnson and Mary E. Ambert,
William Howard Pratt and Eeatrice
George V- Parton. Scranton. Pa., and
Mary V. Neuineyer, Washington.
Ambrose Brown and Mary G. Keough,
William Grimes and Priscilla Taylor,
Richard Washington andGeorgiann Henry,
Phil Plater and Ida Brooks. Washington.
Pickering Dodge and Harriett Elizabeth
Y EUGENE FIELD.
Little Boy nine.
The little toy dog Is covered with dust.
But sturdy and staunch he stands:
And the little toy soldier is red with rust.
And hlftitioskct monldsinhk. hands.
Tune was when tbe little toy doc was new
And the soldier was pas.ing fair,
ADd that was the time when our Little
Kissed tlietii and put them there.
Now, don't go till I come," he said.
"And don t vou mate any noi '
So toddling off to his trundle bed
He dreamt or his pretty toys
And as he was dreaming an angel song
Awakened our Little Boy Blue.
Oh. the years are many, the years are long,
But the little toy friends are true.
Av. faithful to Little Boy Blue they stand.
Each in the same old place.
Awaiting the touch or a little band.
The smile of a little race.
And they wonder, us waiting these long
In the dust or that little chair.
What hag become or our Little Boy Blue
Since he kissed them and put them there.
LA HGESTUISTHICT CIRCULATION'.
Tlieuveriiire daily circulation of The
Times tor the week endlns .November
10 wax 35.487.
Main Market. 1308-1312 32d st nw. Telephone. 347.
Branch Markats-1718 14th at. hw.; 2026 I4thst. nw.; 8th and
M ats. n. w.; 3057 M' St. nw.; 21st and K sts.
nw.;2!5 lndlanaave.nw.;5thand lata, nw.;
4th and I sts. nw.: 20th at. and Pa. ave. nw.;
13th at. and N- Y. ave. nw.
Ladies' fleeced ribbed
Union Suits, crocheted
necks and down front,
all sizes; regular price,
The "Oeita" Combina
tion Suits, i wool,
heavy weight, for ladies
and misses ; regular
price, S1.98. Special...
Children's "Berlin" wool
down front; half wool;
regular price, 3Vc.
812 and 814 7th St N.W.
Dyeing, Cloanlag and Dry Cleaning Eatabliih-
SS6 lith St. N. W. rcrmerl jlSC K. T Ava.
OUR GREAT SPECIALS
BLANKETS and COMFORTS
TIcIO-l douLle Blankets, per CQn
5L00 10-t double EUnkeO, r 10 n
S1J0 11-t exfa large Blaa- QQn
$100 11-1 eitra tieivj- Blan- ffl I Q
keta, per pair 4) I I o
(3.C0 11-1 rerr Una Blankets, T I QQ
perpalr J) 1 .30
SiCO all-vrool allfornla Ulan- CO QQ
keu, perpalr J)ZavJO
43 rztra line all-wool Blan
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SLOO Bed Comfort, extra CQn
Jl.M fine SaUen Comforts..... JO"
73c wblto crochet Spreads, ex- Qn
tra targe sizes. full
806 Seventh St. N.W.
1924-1926 Penna. Ave.
J- WILLIA M iJteE.
332 ra. Ato. X. W.
FlrHt-clasw sltvIco. 'Phono. 1385.
, IN'DERAIAOER On Tuesday, XoTembei
12. 1805, Sin-. Jane Indennauer, beloved
wife ot Jeremlaa Inelerniauer.
Kotic of funeral hereafter.
470472 rennajlvanla avenco north
west, near Utli street. Business men's
lunch, 12 to 2 o'clock. 23c: table d'bots
dinner. 4-311 to 7-30 p.ra . BOc. nc-23 3m
Upon a mountain height, far from the era
I found a shell.
And to my listening ear the lonely thing
Lver a sonp; of ocean seemed to sinir,
Erer a tale of ocean seemed to teu.
now came the shell upon that mountain
Ah, who can say 5
Whether there dropped by some toa?are!esa
Or whether there cast when Ocean swept
Ere the Eternal had ordained the Day!
Strance, was It not? Far from Its nativo
One soiui it sane
Sane of tlie awful mysteries of the tide.
Sane "f tlie misty sea. profound and wtde
Ever with echoes of the ocean ranjr.
And as the shell upon the mountain lieleht
Sines of tlie sea.
So i.o I ever, leacuci and leacncs a way
Bo do I ever, wanderlne where I may
8ine. O my home! sins, O my home! or
the rnost perfect sys
tem of branches In the
city. Perfect goods only
at popular prices and a
rapid transitdelivery sys
tem. Meats, provisions,
canned goods, groceries,
etc., and vegetables and
fruits In season.
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