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THE EVENING TIMESj'sMaNYOVEMBEB 25,, 1895.
LAHSBURGH & BRO.
Have you a good fitting
one? You know the fit of
the dress depends more
on the Corset than on the
ingenuity of the dress
maker. We can give you
the right kind of Corsets
Corsets for the STOUT
the LEAN-the MEDIUM-LONG-WAISTED
set - SHORT - WAISTED
Carsets Corsets to f(,t
anybody -they are de
ThlsCB "a la Sprite"
Corset, made of heavy
Jeans, extra Song waist,
high and heavily boned
bust, two side steels on
eide. Slzss, IS to 30.
Corrset, made of strong
Alexandra Cloth sat
een strips, wide whale
bones. Ions waist, ex
tra high bust, two side
steels on eadh side,
edged with fine lace
Sizes, 18 to 30. For....
C B a la Sprite"
Corset, made ot the
best Frence sateen, ea
tra lone waist, hish
bust, wide whalebones,
two side steelson each
side, gored hips .and
Venus back. White and
For Stout Ladies
We are the Washing
ton aeents fortho Hfc.R
For stout ladles It is
Just tho corset. It re
duces the hips and
lengthens the waist. A
good wearing corset CO Tf"
for weighty people. $..10
Fully guaranteed by us.
Your size, please!
I 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St.
S. Kann, Sons & Co
8th and Market Space.
are selling; the original
in Natural and Black, at
S.Kann,Sons & Co
8th and Market Space.
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HOMES OF THE DIPLOMATS
Many Uations Have Pnroba33d
Handsome Properties Here.
CliaKe-Gotllob Wedding Mian llocko
feller'x Itoniuiitic Attachment
for Harold McCurmlck.
Mr. and Mrs. Von HeRenniulIorare quite
settled in the former home of Admiral Ul
Mitir, for nliich ttiej nave UeVeii a long
leaae. There Is a fctory current that Mr.
Von IIvKvomuIlrr is e-udeai orins to have
uls eo eminent purchase Uie property for
a permanent legation.
In recent eara It lias become more and
niore the custom tor foreign nations to buy
pniperty In tbecapltala la which they mala
tain enilmfsie. Great Britain vas th
flrtt to acq lire property In Washington
and was a pioneer lu wLat is now the
fashionable part of town and for a lone
time It was the only house ot any Import
anee in that section. Germany followed
ber lead and purchased projierty on rif
tecnui ttrret and for yruni occupied the
old fachlonrd and rouiuy liouse which still
stands on that site, but exchanged It about
two yeara ago lor Mr. Ferguson's liouse
on Highland place. Extend e additions
n ere made, so that the first fcecretary. How
Baron K tiler, could be accommodated in
Japan ouowed eoon after Germany anil
nougtit u large and tiandromely appointed
limine oo JJ street, but mhicli Is or much
more modest appearance limn either the
llUk-iWi or Oercii.m embassies, though
liertectly well adairtert for the needs ot the
i "lurea owns .h legition on Iowa Circle,
lioiicht of Mr 8. Li I'uelps, a f urner I)i
trict Commissioner. Lrazll purchased last
eur the house or the late Juc&e Mathews,
on N street, for Its legation. It is large and
room and glve3 Mr. Menelouca for the rir.t
time spac-e to display his flue collection of
palutiiurti to advantage.
The. .Mexican Iegauon, on I street, -nliicli
is owii"d by Uie government. Is one of the
Mioiv houees or UashlURIon. The ballroom,
decoratiil by Tiffany, is one of the largest
and handsomest. China, which purchased
last ) ear three large browuMone hoje on
Fourteenth street. Is the last nation to buy
proper!) here for a legation.
Tomorrow nt bt. Andrew's Church. Lou
don, occurs the inarrlajre of Lieut. Com
mander XV. S. Conli'M. naal altaclie to Ihe
United Stall's embassy nt London, to illss
lteKieclt., win Is the sister of Mr. James
KooFcteti. first sccrelnry of the American
ligation in Kngland. and has been at the
head of her brother's establishment since
theiltath of his wife. She has a fortune In
lirrimn right, mid those Washlngtoiiliiiih
ho met hi r in I.urope last summer n port
her as n charming girl of unusual talents
Lieut. Cowlcs is ery much liked In
Washington and popular uilti.ill tLe ilub
meii. Miss SerVendurt returned ycsierxlaTfrom
Atlanta, v. here she has beenforseeraldays.
Si mtnr and Mrs. Ludge are in New York
at the Brunswick. Tl ey liavejnst returned
on theCit orrarls.lromfneinontlisspiut
Mrs. Carlisle Patterson has taken Mrs.
Slatir's houc on Eighteenth street. Mrs.
Slatir has taken .a house on N-Mriet, 1k
tween t-o enteentli and Connecticut ae
nue, tills j ear.
Miss llattle Saj-U.a Is still In the Acllrun
dacks. Her Iriends will be skid to I. miff
that she is much Improved in liealth .
Among the Wafhingtimians who witness
oil the lak-I'rJuceton football game In Xew
lork baturday wvse Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Vjlle. Mr. W jliels a graduate Irom Yale
A sociable under the-auspkis of the
r.insh Union will be held at All Souls'
Church, on L street, next V i dnevlay e e:i
ing at b o'clock.
A rom-.ntlc wcilding.as wellasnnewhiih
will unite trto gnat lortunes. will ho cele
brated tomorrow, when Miss Edith Kmke
ielli r. daughter of Mr. John U. Uockertllcr,
will be married to .Mr. Harold V. MiCur
inick, son or Mr. Crus IcCormick, the
1 he marriage will take place at the
Fjltb Avenue Baptist Church. .New York,
which will be beautifully decorated In Gothic
erfect. to hurmnui7c with the architecture.
The Itev. Dr. XV. II. P. Fauncs-, assisted by
the Rev. Dr. Hall, will officiate.
Ml--" Kockefeller will have five attcrd
auts her sister. Miss 'Alui Uockeleller. as
maid of houor. and four bridesmaids. Miss
Cirri I McCoimlck, Miss Emma Kockefeller,
Miss t-colL Miss Caldw ell and Miss Frances
Mr. McCwmick's two nephews. Cyrus Mc
Cormick a lid Emmons Maine, will be pages,
and the ushers will lie the Messrs. John
Garrett, James I '.lair, Howard Colby, Thui
ltngtou Uarey, Jacob Otto. Vance McCor
mick and John Chapman. Mr. Stanley Mc
Cormick, a brother of the bridegroom, will
be best man. After theciremouy a reception
will be held at the residence of Mr. John I).
Uockefeller, No. West Fu"ty-rourtli street.
It was at Chnstmasllme. a few J ears ago,
that Mr. McConuicfc met his rutin e bride.
He was then a student at Yale, anilhad come
to New York for the holidays. During a
tall at the Kockerellcr homo he Inquired
of Miss Alia Kockerellcr what all the com
motion meant, as expressmen were busv
'HtT.ving out packages of all shapes and
"Oh. it Is only Edith' Christmas boxes
which she is rending out to her protives."
replied the sister, with a smile. "There
are about a thousand of them, all of which
wexejiclcctcd by her. She spends weeks In
shopping, and attcrward we ail help her
pack her gifts."
"Mr. McCornilck -was Interested and anx
ious to meet the girl who thought so gener
ously of -tier iss fortunate rellowbt mgs.
He became acquainted wttli her soon after
this incident, so the story of their courtship
goes, and fell in 1o e with her at first sight.
Miss Rockefeller bad about made up her
mind to go to Japan as a missionary of tii
Baptist church, tt Is said, but Mr. McCor
nilck. com iuced tier that he needed her more
than the Mikado's subjects did.
They will go abroad for their wedding
trip and islt Egypt. Upon their return
they will make their lionie.it Council Biurrs,
la. Mr. McCornilck will become a paitutr
with ids brothers lu the McCornilck Keaper
The Litchfield entertained its guests
Snturdav night bj adiligbtfulcuchcrparty.
in clilch tweut) four ladles and gentle
men participated. The prizes -ere hand
some and artistic: the first ladles' pme.
a dillcately painted pin tray of exquisite
dilgti. was won by Mrs. Dr. Radcliffe.
A. gn"en and gold Austrian gla ss ase.
pritv shape, constituted tho second la
dies' prize, the wiuuer being Miss B. Y.
1 lie geutlemen's prizes were equally at
tractive, the first, a heavy trouze cujar
tray, being won by Mr. A. D. Weaklj, and
I heseeoud.n dainty Limoges cup andsaucer.
-was presented to that alwajs successful
pkoer, Mr. E. C. Bradley.
i lie names m me lames ana gentlemen
w ho particliia ted in 1 he game were J)r. a nd
Mi-s. Jtadcliffe and the Misses Kailcllfre.
Dr. and Mrs F. H. Calvert. Mr. and Mrs.
liartleben. M:s. Bradley, Mr. K. C. Bradley
ami the Misses Bradley. Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Aymer. Miss Robinson, Mrs. Ridley, Mr
Jantier. Miss Hnyrtcn, Miss Hires, Hon.
Thomas Temple. M. P.; Mies Edmonla
Goode. Mr. Weakly, Mr. Allan Warfieid,
Dr. Vincent, and Miss Sherwood.
Miss Marfia ret Craw ford has Just ret timed
to the cits rrom a pleasant slt to friends
America is following closely the exam
ple of foreign countries in the erection of
Iialatlal homes destined to last hundreds of
rears, and to gain only in beauty by Uie
laise of time. The magnificent colonial
residence of Mrs. Elliot F. Sbepard. who
has many intimate frknds nmmii. w.nh.
lnjrloniniis. 1b illustrative of this.
This suerb mansion Is at Scarborough
on the iludboo, and has been recently com-
Cleted and furnished. It is built ot Italian
rick and terracotta, and is situated on an
elevation commanding a view of the llud
son Klver and the Palisades.
Gates of-caned stone and Iron, brought
from Fraucc. guard the entrance to tho
grounds, and masshe walUyof granite
encircle the grounds, -which aro a marvel
of the landscape gardener'sart and natural
lienuty. Corinthian columns two stories
in height support the main entrance, and
the verandas and terraces are early Italian
in construction. The liall and stairways
are or Italian raarblo hung with Uobclin
The principal rooms on the first floor
are arranged so they con open into one
huge room, when it is desirable to do so,
and Uie walls are variously adorned with
Spaulsh cedar and Italian leather. Ve
netian and Syrian bric-a-hntc. bought br
Mrs. Sbepard in lier travels, on-ainent Uie
drnwing-rooomg. goldeu wall coverings
making An exquisite background for them.
The reception rooms are finished hi blue
and gold. Tliere Js an-opt-u fireplace, sur
mounted by nil ornamental tnant Hpieoeand
frelr.e, which took Italian skilled sculptors
years to complete. Near jiils room are the
breakfast room and the great dining halt,
finished in white nod gold, wttli great ftre-
Filacra, widen were also Imported rrom
Mrs. Bhenanl'ftflnartmenU are on the sec
has opened auspiciously;
crowds of wise women thronged
the store since we opened our
doors this morning and fairly
reveled in wonderful bargains.
Wings, Aigrettes, etc.,
in prolusion at atourd prices.
In great rarl-ty of attracttro ehapa
lu cut etc el, rblnestonos, jet, olc
of erery fashionable shape, from 16c
Choice Bunches of Roses
of silk uia vclTot c In a buuea.
Jterersoia under 43a Z7c por bunco.
314-316 iscienth St. N. W.
FOR TUESDAY ONLY.
$3 Dress Skirts for $1.29.
This handsome Brililantine Fklrt Is
all Iiaed, hss 4 (JoJct nlsats, s jierfect
nt. tonh3(Q. ForTuesdayKiUcfler
.hem at $29.
Only one to a Customer.
S06 Seventh St. N.W.
1 924-1 926 Penna. Ave.
ments. Her rooms are models of beauty.
The pile tints of the cameo which adorn
tlieceilinssareln sharpcontrast tothcbiau
tiful colors or the silk embroidirles, which
coer like tapestries, Jicarl half ot the
On the third floor Hie jmestiT thamlnrs
are situated. These are finished in white
and pnld. with pri ate dresslnp rooms and
baths. Hire also is situated the hillianl
nmm, witli wooilwork of a dark rich
color, the floor and the ceiling are of
mosaic. Tile mansion is lighted br elec
tricity, there heins 1,2".0 HbMs fn the
liouse. The total cost of the house and
laying out of the garden is said to iiave
Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Radcliffe will
hold their last Informal reception for
?iAcniber from 8 to 10 thlseienlnt:. An
enjoyable feature will be the slncinc of
the Washington Ladies' Quart it Miss
Ilerriutt and Mls Dexter, sopranos, and
Miss Dillon and Mrs. Hawkins Taylor, con
traltos. Miss Nellie Chase was married this mora
ine at lu o'clock to Mr. William JI.Got
lleb of this city at the residence or the
bride's mother. Mrs. Ella Chase, No. 101 E
The ceremony was performed by Iter. J.
J. Muir. pastor of he E Street Kaptist
Church. In the presence of the families of
both contracting jinnies and a few Imme
diate friends, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Oollieb left for a trip to Hew York. Upon
their return they will be at home to their
friends at No. 101 E street after Decem
Mrs. W. Edgar Jenkins and Miss Stro
mycror Baltimore, who tune been isltinjr
the Tamils or Mr. W. W. Curry of No. 1510
Ninth street rorthwest, will Ieae today
Mr. and Mrs. William IIuyMer of South
Washington Invited a number of their
rriends. botti In thiscitv nnd from Balti
more to nttend the christening or tlieir In
fantdaughter. Isabel, yestcnlay at 4 o'clock
p. ra. At the conclusion of the ceremony,
which was jierrormed by Kcv. E. Cuier
of Baltimore, the biby na presented with
a gold-lined silver drinking cup by its god
father. Mr. F. Burt of fcaltlmore. and a
coral necklace and armlets bv its god
mother, Mrs. Eliza B. Miller ot Capitol
The nresentaUon was accompanied by
toast In tumor of the tiny heroine of the
occasion, after which the guests Tvere in
vited to a table on widen the daintiest
viands were spread.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James
K. Spenser, Mr. and Mrs A. B. Allen, Mrs.
J. Presby, Mrs. Ellen F. ltohens. Miss
Eleanor Huberts. Mr. and Mrs F. Bent, of
Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. H linyster, if the
same city: Mrs. E. B. Miller, Mr. K. K.
Thompson nnd Mr. Frank Harris and Ills
little daughter, Nell.
Miss Jessie Wilnier, or L street, was ten
dered a surprise party Friday evening bv
her fellow members of the Buttercup Club.
Songs, games and recitations were the
order of the evening's entertainment, whicU
was closed with an old-rasuioned band
around of cidir and cookies, Mipplenienled
by Hie hostess with orthodox refreshments
of cake and cream.
Among tbie present were Miss Jennie
and Katie Moran, Miss Elsie Benner. Miss
Lucette Davis, Mrs. Julia Ferguson, MiM.es
Kate nnd AIn'a Wellers. Miss Jennie Floyd,
Mr. Frank Baker, Mrs. Percy Howard, Mr.
Joe Stevens and Mr. Charlie Moran.
The marriage of MUs Frances Broclen
boroogh Barber to Mr. J. William Ilenrv
occurred at high noon to-day at the home
of the bride's annt, Mrs. Mayhrw Plater,
No. 310C N street northwest. Key. Dr.
The front drawing-room. In which the
ceremony was performed, was a bower of
yellow and white (.brysantliemnms, the
same decorations were used in the other
The bride, who was attired in yellow
satin and carried a bouquet of Bride's
roses, entered the room leaning on thearm
of her father, lie maid of honor was ber
sister. Miss Annie Barber, who was
gowned in the palest green satin, trimmed
with Iridescent passameoterie. Her lion
quct was of large white chrysanthemums
and maiden hair ferns. The groom wore
the regulation frock coat and light gray
trousers, and a white orchid in his but
tonhole. Mr. WiDlani Metealf was his lest man.
Immediately after the collation was served
the bride and groom left on their wedding
Among the guests were Miss Sanger of
Baltimore. Mrs. Jlcury, moth erof roe groom;
Mr. Malcolm Jleury, brother of the groom;
Miss Stevens, Mrs. 8lerrrtt, Mr. Percy
McCauley, and Mrs. Mason.
Herlujj Sea Cutter to Ho Itenolred.
OrdrrnTiare been Issued from the Treas
ury Department to thoroughly overhaul
and repair the revenue cuttcri or Oie Ber
ing Sea patrol fleet
Cloafc Sale, -Continues.
Such wonderful prices dud val
ues have never been seen befortf.
The store was crowded all daj',
and every lady was delighted.
$13.98 JIOUCI.E. JACKETS, 50.08.
Mandolin sleeves. 2-tjatton effect, lined
throughout, box reefer front, rioiile back.
1 extra quality cloth ..S9.Q8
S15 1'I.UbU CA1KS, $0.08.
Very handsome, full swee), Cape3, silk
lined Uirugliout;i2-luc!i $0.08
10 JACKETS AND CArES, SOS.
Seal Plush Capes, Cloth Capes, todies'
and Misses' Jaikets, BouUes, Chevrons.
Kernels, Beavers, Diagonals., etc.-, plain
and fancy erfect". black and colors; braid,
satin, Jet, and fur trimmed; the latest liox
styles, full sleeves, ripple baik. etc Good
value avt8.!0, $0, and $10. at..$G.OS
68 BOCCI.B JACKETS AT S3.08,
Very stylish rough effects, 4-button
styles, ripplo backs; box shaped. These
goods .. .. .. .. ..i - .. ..$5,98
87 HEVEK JACKEISAND
CaVp.8 AT 31.98.
Very stjlish Tailor made Jackets and
Capes, Jackets are all la .full 4'button ef
fects; boxshapa;extraquaIity.. ..$4.98
S AND $0.50 TltLMMED
A beautiful selection of exquisitely
trimmed Ilats lu the most modish shapes;
el vet, Ac. .-. $3,69
$4 AND $:i.50 Tit 1M MED
A table full of Dainty Ilats, most fashion
ably trimmed. This lot includes VUvet
Toques, in black and brown. Bargains in
deed In this lot :.'..'. $1,98
40e, 50o AND GOo FELT
In all colors and black 25c
33e TAil O'SHANTEH.
One lot of Children s Eiderdown Coats,
with pointed collars, trimmed with braid,
with square rcwrs otr shoulder, in tan,
brown, cardinal. Ihgular price. $2.00.
Very stjllsh, whlto Lamb's Wool Coat,
with wide, square collar, trimmed with
double row of white Angora fur. Regular
price 55.00. BpeeisJ $4.25
25 dozen Ladles' Hcay lUbbed Vests,
DeK-'ed lined, nltti Silk crouchetlng around
neck and donn front. Regular price, M)c
Pants to match. 1
,100 dozen Ladiea' India linon Aprons,
ifine lnco around bottom, tucks alKie.
Eegular price. Itic. Spi'Cial..XS X-2c
Large slzeil Nurse Aprons, with deep
hem, tucks above, wide strings. Kigular
orlce, COcf Special.. .. , 3Sc
81 2 and 81 Jr;7th St N. W,
71 5 Market Space.
NEW CHURCH TO BE BUILT
Holy Nama Parish Is Giving a Fair
to Raise Funds.
Ilcnmtfulty Decorated Bootlm in
CliarKi of AVell-Knon 11 LuiIIch and
Gentlemen of the Nort beaut.
A Tal' is In prugress in the hall of Holy
Name Church, corner of Eleenth and I
streets northeast, the proceeds from which
will be devoted to Hie erection of a new
The fair room presents, ve,ry attract
iie scene, with its beautifully decorated
booths. TheJSacrcd Heart Jiootli Is draped
in red and white, the Knights ot St. John
table has red. white, and blue trimmings.
the Holy Name table white and yellow. Bt.
Matthew's table Nile green, and St. Mary's
Sunday-school table blue and white.
All the tables are well supplied with
handsome articles. An interesting pro
gramme has been arranged for each even
ing, and a sjiecial entertainment has been
prepared for the children on Thanksgiving
day Xrom 2 to 6 p. m.
'Ihe following coiunitlti"S bae cliaige
of the fair:
toiuuiitlccjiu receptidh George Killecn,
cbairuian; Itev. T. J. Kervlck, Henry F.
ttetz, John B. Blnbbs, Eugene McCarthy.
Joseph Jeier, E. J. L-neless, Peter Faulk
ner, John H. Ruppert, Charles O. Kid welt.
William J. Frizzell. M. Brosnah an, William
.. Daun, sr., John U. Dusher. K.E. Dittoc,
louilniik O'Meara, Jbn Palmer. J. C.
HWuip.i erdlnanil llutin. ana Juiui uemiett.
Comm'tlee on hail and order William A.
Lusby. ehnlrniau. Floor iwmmlttee Or.
Ed J. Collins. Mathias Byrnes, A. P. Geicr.
aiiomas Biiuglierty, and Thomas A. Can
ion. Door eunimittee Thaddeus Baden,
Jooeiih Kraus, B. J. Dove, Lawrence F. Mc
Gce, M. Brosuahan, juo John Ofcnsleln.
Tliket box rh Hip Weber, William tauter,
and E. J. Loveless HatUix JohnT. Doyle
Committee on decoration Frank S.
Merklmg, chairman. B. J. Dove. Lawrence
F. McOee. John G. Krobr and E. J. Love
less. Committee on music and entertain
ment, William A. McCarthy, chairman;
P. H. Gallagher, William J. White, Jerry
Gallagher, William J. Blackstock and
William A. Lutbr. Committee on danc
ing, Thomas Bevans. chairman; Joseph
Geier, William KlUeen. Henry Glotz
bach, George J. Sager, V. U. Nialon, Jo-
sepn a. nuriey, c-aspar r. ueies r. a.
Murphy, Pntric1- Xong, Hugti Kaue Al.
Ward, M. T. Burns, ciinnis Murphy and
Louis Ruppert. Cotiimltee on Fair Jour
nal, William J. iFrizzell. chairman; Mrs.
Dr. OoUina, E. J. Loveless, F. 8. Merk
ling. Miss J. Dougherty, B. J. Dove and
Wdliam A. Lusby-. s
The list of tables, with those In charge,
Holy Name tables-Mrs. Mary A. Curran
In charge, assisted by Mcrdimes Kate l:cp
pert, S. KerpeL, iiissvs Lizzie Bannon,
Mamie Curtail, Ainile.liaribolroe. Lizzie Ma
son, liar) Glea&on, lfusa Johnon, Okidice
Kraft, Kate Hasmann Misses O'Toole,
Getz. Isercal. IlicVni.'in. Bishop, Wagamuu,
Bteinler, and May THyson.
St. Matthew's table Mrs. Cannon in
charge, assisted jiv. Mesdames Libert,
Weber, Hisses H. II. McCarthy, Wilson,
McDownlL and Kiqt.
Sacred Heart table Mrs. Kidwell in
charge, assisted Wy MesdanieR EckarCSher
ldan. Misses Connor. Lynch. Byrnes. Piper.
Hoyle, Mnrceron, Horlgan, and Dough
erty. Si. John's table Miss KIL'een in ciiarge,
assisted by Misses Ward, IJovinlng, Mur-
81 1 r. Cavauaugli, May, Mjronej, JLIesdanies
'Neil and Busclier.
St. Mary's Bnndaj-schoul table Mrs. A.
P. Geier and Mrs. Ida Geier In charge, as
sisted tiy Mi sdamea Dtttoe, liacdrup, Co'
ltns, Misses Kate and Bose Oeier, Fancy
Berry and Gertrude and Lizzie Mills.
Biippcrand conrectlonery tabic Mrs.Lutz
In charge, assisted by Mesdames Scbu, Kice,
Saoter. Brosnaban, Misses Emma Schn, An
nie Mnrphy, Ella Brosnahan. Annie Brosna
ban, Julia Steraniand JoeMnrpby.
Boda water iuuatain Mr. Charles G.kH
well in charge, assisted by Messrs. Eckart,
Kepiiel, Sheridan and McKeima.
Paddle stand Mr. M.B Elbert, in charge,
assisted by Messrs. T. Brosnahan, W. J.
White, F. O'Meara andT. A. Dougherty.
Colore Ys,M-C. A. Event.
An interesting programme has been ar
ranged for Ui Colored V. M. C. A. literary
this evening. Miss Bessie aanlner.Ar Wpv -laud
Seminary, vrlll read apaper on "'Two
Tears' Experience In the Congo Btate."
,, n m
Last week of 'Ore great money-ralBlEg
sate at tbe KcwroifCtothinr House.
Her Millionaire Friend in Brook
lyn Defused lo Marry Her.
BALTIMOBE STOBY'S SEQUF.L
KxAHperHted TVIien Stio Itottirned
From 'Wuslitiurtoii to Her Baltimore
Lodulnx to Find Tluit Her Wealthy
Friend Had Taken Avtuy All Her
Furniture and Ornament.
New Fork, 7or, 23. The attempted sul
slde of Minnie Arnett, who had been Hi Ing
In Baltimore for some time In rccms luxu
riously .furnished by Millionaire Wlnke
nieler, of Brooklyn, and n ho came to llis
hitter's homo last nigh and attempted sui
cide liecause Wlnkemeler had swept the
Jialtlnmre lodgings of all their belongings
during her absence at Washington, has
cna.ted the liveliest sensation of any
scandal in this city for many a day.
Miss Arnott Is slid living and the doctors
think she may survive, though her ante
mortem statement has been taken. It is
"My name Is Minnie Arnett. I am
teuty-lwo years old. and I shot myself
bK-ause Christian F. Winkemelcr. who
ruined me. went back on mc. Hekejitmeiii
11 iianornely furnished house in Baltimore
nil to a few weeks ago. He ruined me. but I
did not know he was married at the time."
fcTORY OF THE JBI100TEJG.
Wiukemeier's house on the Park slope is
one of the finest residences in that fash
ionable lcinlly. It is a four-story browii
stnoe house v. ith n wide, wlndinir stoop. It
stands out corsplcuoukly In ihe tilnck be-lne-en
President and Caroil streets.
Eighth avenue begins at Flatbush .iM'uue,
and Ihe west side of the street Tor a couple
or blocks is known as Spurtingtnen's row.
Judge Gaynor, Alfred C. Chapin, William
Ziegler, Snapptr Garrison,. Mirabtau L.
Towns, the iiott-l.,rer; I'hll Dwjir. ttie
turfinao; Joseph Weciislerjnd others t final
ly prominent live nr ha-. clhol tliere. Oa
the east side is the Montauk Club.
Miss Arnott had raised a row at the house
of tbe millionaire last WcdnesJ.i.,ndonl
ielt after Wlnkemeier gave her the luyne)
Miss Arnett called at the Wlnkenwier
rei.ic.mce on I'ridny t'linia? JUd stood on
th.'" stooii for an hour without obtaining
admittance. She Inquired anxiously about
th" furniture and u.intisl to know from a
lumnt if It had liei n received. Peter F.
IteJIIy. a stouge and u. in house man at
No. 08b Dean street, carted the furniture
to Ml Wtnkeiueier'B liouse.
He said yootTl.iy tliat lie rtsx-ied a tilc
jil mi'- message cm Friday morning akmg
hiti toeendu van to tliel'innsyliaiilaK.ili
roii ilepot in .Urvy City and take a load
of furniture to Mr. Winki ineiert house
He dif" not 1 now w ho had ti nt t he message
T'i furniture was delivereil and he was
Solry to send the bill for iransiiortatlon to
Ir Wiukeiueli r.
BeslJe the Baltimore establishment it
was learned tliat lie wealthy tandy dealer
alwi provided apartments for Mis Arnott
in the Easti-rn District. WLe-u lie told her
lat Monilav ttiat he wouhl not marry her
and would cot provide for her any long
er, she became desperate and decided to
make way with hcraell in a dramatic
In pursuanceof this purpose she shot lux
self in the vestibule or the great broWD
O'l the bai k of tbe first page of the
lettei whiih Miss Arnett aildrnwcd lo Mr.
WiiiKcuicier. and tarried with her to his
bouse u tbe night she shot herself, was
the following, nhkli eiap"il 'he notice
ol tl e isilice oa Saturday night:
"I litre sljt $C0 In my purse. Pleise
bnrv me wltii my little diamond ring."
Tbe iKiliiv r.uiu $34 and some change in
MlxtJ Arneit's purxe. There were ninny
anxious Inquirers at the fceuey Umpltal
riTZZIJJI) BY MANY CALLERS.
The pbysiiians were somewhat puzzled
by the number of callers. Most of the
i-ulleni werr tueu, and the dorforsooutd only
attribute their interest to morbid curiosity.
Nnliody except Coroner Kene was allowed
to see her.
Dr Goodrich, house surgeon at the lios
pita'. described Miss Arnett as a youu
woinat of large frame, weighlngabout 140
pounds She li id an ordinary race, which
mifc'ir. seem altractUe to some ixtsoiis,
li'ii tine was nothing cry striking about it
Sic has two solid gold front teeth. Dr.
Goodrich described her w ound as a gunshot
im tind. penetrating the right lung.
He said she suffered troni some Intirnjl
hemorrhage, but it was not 1 nough to proi e
fatal ixltliough a crisis might ane at any
time. Herald the greatest uanger was that
septic-iineumonta might set in. bhe was
conscious, but pirtly under the influence of
mJcotics She Is held as a prisoner rnd
cuardrd bv lletectit e-8erreaut Kelli. who
si's ouwlde the door of the wnrd where idle
The doctors say tliere is a chance for her
recovery, and If she lles she will unloubt
edlt be the principal witness in the divorce
suit which Mrs. WinVcmeier has brought
against her husband. Mr. Williams said e
tcnLiv tliat he believed the vounc woman
hau orlgtuallv been a resilient, or iiroouyn.
In .had lived! or raauv years in Baltimore.
The result of the wandal will be an ap-
Sllcatiou for divorce by Mrs. Wlnkemeier.
It. WlnkHneter had applied for a divorce
some time ago.
A warrant for the arrest of Miss Arnett
fir attempting to commit suicide will be
CHANG IK IN CLERKSHIPS.
Promotion, Appoint mentis and Itedg:
nntioiM in Interior Department.
Official cimiges have been made in the
Department or the Interior as follows:
Office ot the Secretary Appointments
(on certification of Civil Berrice Commis
sion): Miss Fannie G. Haswell, of Ohio;
Miss BTnlce A. v Wood, of Florida, and
Miss 1 lora Knowlton. of Maine, Ihdexers
and copi -holders, al J600.
General Land Office Promotions.. Miss
Caroline M. Eosley, of Illinois. $1,200 to
$1,400; Mis Ada M. Stsgg .or Old". 51,000
10 f 1 ,2(.(- Frederick P. Metzger, or Kansas,
$900 to $1,000.
Tatent O.rice Resignation. William H.
Blodgett, fir Wisconsin, principal exam
iner, $2,C00. Promotions. Frederick W.
Wiiuir. or Wisconsin, lirkt assistant exam
iner, Sl.eOO, to principal examiner; Will
lam J. Jtlcli. of Massschu setts, second as
slstant examiner to lirst assistant exam
iner: Frederick L. Plttmnn. or New York,
third to stoaid assistant examiner: Will
lam Besnlng. of Ohio, lourth to third assist
SenatorStewrart liiirua Virginia Farm.
Senator William M. Stewart of .Nevada
has bought a fine farm in lrglnln, not
far from Washington. The benator is
largely Intereoted in breeding Tine horses,
and in onler to more fully carry out ids
plans he las purchased a fine old prop
erty near lurnnllle, Ya. The farm ccui--ists
of 5P6 acres of plendld land in tbe
vicinity of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and
is said to be fully equal to the Kentucky
Bine Grass Region for stock raising.
L.le-en.ed to .Marry.
Marriage licenses were issued today as
Aaron Adams and Louisa Wilson; Frank
Parker and Parthenta Brooks; James Pierce
and Emma Martin; Frederick Hartwig
and Eculah V. Lyles. of Alexandria. Ya.;
Ilnrrie Schnring and Joanna Timmers;
William Fortune and Anne Price; Henrv
GaUaghcr and Louise Balls, and John T.
Loveless and Nora Johnson.
Last week of tbe .great monej -raising
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Purveyors to the
Manufacturers' sale of Bohemian Glassware
and Old Vienna and Royal DUx
Opens Monday, November 25.
The Austrian store will open Monday,
tton or frennfnn It,linil.nn f.l.nsntrjlrf.
beautiful tints burned in. Also many
porcelains, comprising Clocks, Vases,
and Statue Figures.
Tills being a direct importation from
Wl helm tlie sole niafiulactiirerd Hnd n.
we guarantee to the public tbe genulno
Loters of true art will find among these
run Knttr Vrmr ntul tf..lilinM fllf.a
Oiiens Monday morning, November 25.
The Austrian Store,
With the Finest
t Turkeys and
In the Market,
Eight from the
12c. Per Pound.
EMRICH BEEF CO.
Main Market, 1306 1312 32d St. nw. Telephone, 34-7.
Branch Markets 1718 14th st. nw ; 2026 14-th st. nw ; 8 h
and M Bto. n. w.; 3057 Mat. nw.; 21st and K st3. nw.; 2IS
Indiana ave nw.; 5th and I sts. nw.; -q-til and I sts. nw.;
20th st. and Pa. ave. nw.; 13th st. and N. Y. ave. nw.
TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Antique Oak, Cane Seat
Dining Room Chair,
We also have a number
of Birch and Bird's Eye
Maple Tables, inlaid with
Marquetry, we have
marked down to
$5.50 & $7.50.
S. E HOORE & CO.,
310 Penna. Ave, SE.
is not much money,
but you will be sur
prised what a lot it
will buy at ,our
19c AH-vcooI Red FJanael. 12c
19c lard-wide Shaktr
6c Canton Flannel 4c
6c Curtain crim 4Kc
69c Lace Curtains 49c
49c Chenille Table Coicrs 37c
46c Gray Undershirts and
75c Feather Boas ..... 49c
Ladles' Jackets, Capes, Wrap-"
904-906'7th St. N.W.
Royal Courts of Austria.
November 25, showing a splendid coliec
all hand cut ami enameled in real cold and
rare pieces of Old Vienna and Boyal Dii x "
Cbogolate and After-dinner Coffee Cuns
our factories in Vienna and Bohemia, and
onducting tbl3 sale under our own auspices.
ness 01 uie gooos sou eneir true value.
nriicies many cuoice anu ariisuc ennst
Tlie sale will positively close January 10
1203 F Street N. W.
514 9th St.N. W.
Great Money Saying in Um-
98c. Only 39c
Men's Fast Black; war
ranted and worth SI. 00.
Men's Hijjh Grade
Gloria, best Paragon
frame, Natural AVeixel
Handle. Worth $1.50.
HiSh Grade Silk Umbrel
las, steel rods, tight
roller, silk cover. Never
sold for less than 3.00.
514 9th St. N. W.
This Chair Is the most com
fortable Chair imaginable. Cov
ered with corduroy, an adjust
able back, reversible cushions, it
fills every requirement that a
chair shonld possess comfort
and durability. It is worth and
usually sells for $16.50. Our
L hanksgrving price,
are zincing and
the ringing o! Lbs
Bride a liands 1j
best accoiapllali! with trddinc rincs from cot
splendid stoch. SPIER. S10 Xlnta 8:rot-
333 Fa. Ave. X. W.
nnt-cln serrloo. 1'bouo, 1385.
HITKNET On Buoclav. Xortmber St.
185. ac 1:30 a. m JlJla, widoTT or Uio
late Tlioraaa llurm-T-
Fuiieral from hex Ute residence, 2703 &
ttreel northwest, on Tuesday, NoTember
26. at 0:30 a. m. Bolemn rvqulem mass
and relatlra naptcefully tovlteel to at