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THE E,VJ;.yrN& TIMES; 'WBPyjjSRAY, "yOVEALBEB 27, 1895.
Lansburgh & Bro
Should you have for
gotten some article of
wear, or yet require some
fixings for the table and
have forgotten them up
to noon, you won't be dis
appointed. SPECIAL IN GLOVES
From 8 to 1 2
S1.25 Kid Gloves. 79c
The pliant kind. Those
that will wear and ire
worth purchasing. We
guarantee them. All sizes.
One odd lot
S 1 .OO Kid Gloves for 39c.
These are Real Kid, 4
button Gloves, but the
reason for us losing 61c.
on each pair is owing to
the fact that we only have
the Glove in two sizes
5X and 5?r.
Ladies' 25c quality
Ladies' 35c quality
25c an ounce for any of
our 40c and 45c Extracts
until 12 o'clock "thanks
WE FURNISH THE VIAL.
420, 422, 424. 426 7th St
MARRIED BY THE CARDINAL
Miss Gorman United to Mr. John
son at Her Hom3.
The Ceremony Wan Witnessed Only
by Iniinc-dlnto Friends of the Fam
ilyOther Society Sews.
The marriage of Miss Daisy Gorman,
daughter of Senator Gorman, to Mr. John
son took place at noon today at tlic Gor
man residence on the comer of Fifteenth
and K streets. Owins to the fait that
ihe Broom Is in mourning for bis father,
Mr. E. Kii.tz Johnson, the marriage was
very quiet, only Ihe Immediate relatives
of both families helnB present at the cere
mony nnd weddlnc breakfast which fol
lowed. The ceremony took place in the front
drawing-room, -which was converted into a
bower of bloom for tho occasion. The bay
window In which the young couple stood
was banked from floor to celling. -"With
tail, branching palms, the solid green of
which was relieved with great bunches of
chrysanthemums, and the mantel decorated
with white chrysanthemums, which flower
was also used In profusion in other parts of
the drawing-rooms and dining-room.
Promptly on the stroke or noon the bride
entered the room leaning on the arm of
her rather. Miss Gorman Is one of the
handsomest young women in society, and
looked especially lovely in bcr superb
gown of white duchess satin, trimmed with
lace and the conventional orange 'blos
soms, and carrying in her baud a bouquet
of white orchids. The groom was attend
ed by his brother. Mr. Ferry Johnson.
Cardinal Gibbons, a personal friend of
tho Gorman family arrived in the city
this morning, and was driven to the house
of Father Lee, by ex-Consul Joseph Ed
ward Hayden. The Cardinal officiated,
having come over from Baltimore for the
Mrs. Gorman was gowned In black fatin,
with lace fichu; the Misses Gorman attired
in costumes of light silk, with corsage
bouquets of flowers. About thirty guests
Mr. ami Mrs. Johnson left later for a
wedding trip, and on their return will
reside at No. 1022 P street northwest.
S. Kann, Sons & Go
8th and Market Space.
MIssEstclle Phillips was tendered a sur
prise party last night by the Capitol Hill
Ulee Club at her home, on Seventh street
The guests came In a body, bringing with
them a tiand of four pieces and a hamper
of generous size. When the hostess found
herself confronted by a house full of queer,
silent beings in shapeless pink dominoes
and with masks of the same color that
entirely matched each head, she fled from
the room, but was caught by one of the
dumb ones, who presented her with a dress
and mask, that enabled her to mingle with
the motley throng unknown as themselves.
Among the features of the evening were
pantomime dances by Mr. J,.hn F. Ball
and Mr. Harold Stnney. and a witch reel by
Miss Kulalle Brown, Miss" Mamie Carroll,
Mr. Julius Wright and Mr. Harry Ktanrora.
Among those present werer Miss Emmie
Wilson. Miss Maude Wright. Mis-, Carrie
Mason. Miss Florence K. Beall, Mis- Nellie
Bright. Miss Harriet MiUer. Miss Bell
Forney, nnd Messrs. John F. Kemper, B.
B. Clarke. Fred. Mahoney. J. K. Fellows,
J. F. Nelson, and Messrs. Wright, Earrowi.,
Brown and Ncale.
$1, 75c. and 50c Hats. 12o.
Fifty dozen good quality untrlmmed'Felt
all shapes, all edlois, including Children's
Flats mid -nulking shapes nnd Bailors.
Regular value, 60c to $1 12c
Positively only one liat to a customer.
$2, $1.75, $1.50 French Felt
One hundred dozen of the latest shapes,
best quality French felt, including bright
finish Bell crown shapes, all thelatest styles,
large, medium, and small shapes. Children's
Flats, walking shapes, and Bailors. Regu
lar value, $1.50 to $2 S9c
Only one to a purchaser.
39c Tarn o'Shanters, 14c
Scotch "Plaids, with quills and ro
Only one to a purchaser.
Fancy Feathers and Wings
almost given away.
Lot 1 worth 25c, at 3C
Lot 2 worth 3!)c, at Be
Lot 3 worth COc. at 16c
39c Silk Velvet Roses, lie
Elegant Silk Velvet Roses, G In Lunch
3 roses and 3 bud, all colors worth 39c,
CLOAK SPECIALS FOR
$12.00 Astrakhan Cloth Jack
Just CO of these Jackets, satin lined,
ripple back, Franklyn stjle, and
they arc north $12.00 $e.9S
$8.00 Boucle and Beaver
Jackets and Coats, $4.85.
100 of these ripple back, Frnnkljn style
and 4-lMitton, box style, double and single
capes, rough and plain cloth, gocd value
at $8.00 $4,85
KING'S PALACE, '
81 Zand 814 7th St. N. W.
and 7 1 5 Market Space.
Mr. John B. Clemens will give a stag
party tomorrow night at bis mother's
residence, on Massachusetts avenue northeast.
blossoms, who served as maid of honor to
the fair young bride.
The groom Joined them at the chancel,
and while the Marine Band plajed nuptial
munr from Lohengrin, the ceremony was
performed by Ke. George F. Luccock.
pastor of the church. The ceremony was
rolloned by an lnrorm.it reception to the
bridal party, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Bchroeder left for a brief trip, and upon
their return will be at home to their friends
at No. 328 A street northeast.
We are ready to provide you with the finest dinner you ever sat downio.
Let us cater for you, and it will be a Red Letter day in your life.
Our Turkeys ape the finest and freshest on the market,
direct from the Valley of Virginia.
Dressed Turkeys, per pound
Dressed Chickens, per pound
Cape Cod Cranberries, per quart
Home-made Mincemeat, per pound
Imported Fresh Peas, per can
German Dill Pickles, per dozen
Honey Drop Maine Corn, per can
. . 12c
12c and 15c
Congressman Theodore L. Poole of the
Twenty-seventh -Nov Yorfc district, ar
rived last evening, and is domiciled at No.
C Iowa circje. Ills wife and son are with
him, and will remain until the holiday vacation.
we shall sell tbc finest quality
6 in a bunch,
dmae of cither velvet or silk,
with poppy centers and rubber
stems, worth 75c, at
8th and Market Space.
niAPAniinO An unusually Ann display
U I A H U a U a otMa " '""' EarriuEs,-ta
Superb Ulngs from S10 to SI. 25.
SPIER, 310 9th St., Opposite Terry's.
$100 REWARD p,rorofiDn
gestlon that cannot bo cured with
Crump's Tonic of Fruit and Spices.
A delicious and Invigorating touix Tlip moat
remarkable remedy ever discovered for
Btcmach troubles. Quick actiuc. The good
effects are felt from tho first bottle.
CRUMP M'F'G CO..
G03F street nw.
J- WI l.r,T.A M LEG.
332 Ptt. Ave. S. W.
FlrM-oln&s Hervlco. 'PUono. 1385.
GRIGG On November 25, ISflG.at 11:30
p. ru., :it her residence, 33 E st. nw., Mrs.
Mary Sue Daniel Grigs, beloved wire of
H. B. Grlffc, and dnuchterof the late Leon
ard Daniel of Amherst, Va., in the flfty
eichth year of her ap;c.
Funeral from tne above residence on JJo
Yerufcer 28 at 2 o'cloct p. m. Relatives
nnd friends respectfully invited. Danville
Lynchburg and Amherst, Va., papers please
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nervous, have no 5
appetite and cant 2
work, begin at once 5
liable strengtbenrne 5
medicine, which is S
Brown s Iron Bitters, gk
Benefit comes from 5
the very first dose. S
Miss Grace L. Browne, of K. street
northeast, will entertain her fellow-members
of the l'lnk Carnation Club tonight
at her home on Capitol Hill.
Miss Mamie Adellc Copp is home from
college lor the Thanksgiving holidays. She
will remain until Sunday next, during which
time she will be at home to herlriends.
The friends of Miss Florence Itenner
will be glad to know that she has recov
ered Irora her recent Illness and will be
able to leave for Philadelphia immediately
after the Thanksgiving holidays to re
sume her studies in art.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene WHlers of K street
will leave Haturday for a Southern trip
which will Include Atlanta and all points
of Interest along theFlorlda coast.
Miss Jessie Miller will accompany her
aunt. Mrs. B. B. XeNon or Baltimore In her
annual visit to Ashevllle, N. C, where she
will remain until February 1.
Col. P. B. Ilauptman of Georgia Is the
cuest of B. M. Barrows of Capitol Hill.
During Ids visit Col. Hauptman will make
a brief v Lilt to Southern Maryland to try his
luck with the canvas-backs and mallards
on their rotomac feeding grounds, which
are claimed by our District sportsmen to lie
the best water fields for game ducks In
this part of the world.
The wedding of Miss Minnie Reinhardt.
daughter of the late Dr. lieinlmrdt of Phil
adelphia, and Mr. Frank McClelland of
this city will take place towmorrow even
ing at 8 o'clock at the Church of Our
Father, Thirteenth and L streets northwest,
At the marriage this evcairg of Miss
Katherlnc Wright Baxton, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. Wllliard Saxton, to Mr.
J. Edgar MUIir, of Chicago, Miss Saxton
will wear the conventional wedding dress
of white satin. Miss Ellzalieth Saston,
her slater and maid of honor, will wear a
gown of light blue silk.
The groom will be attended by Mr. Mc
Donald, of Springfield, who was Mr. Mil
ler's college chum at Lehigh University.
Only the immediate friends and relatives
of the joting couple will be present. After
the wedding trip, which includes a Jour
ney to New York, Boston, and Xiagra
Falls, the young couple will settle In
Mfcs Talbot of Richmond, Va., is visiting
Miss Lucltc Fuller? on P street.
Miss Trances Benjamin Johnson will be
at home this afternoon ni her studio, No.
1332 V btreet.
This evening at 7.30 at the Church of the
Reformation Miss R. Alice Blocks and Mr.
Philip J. Schwartz will be married by Rev.
W. E. Parsons. The ushers are Louis
Sclmefer, K. Q. Gunson, Louis I'. Weber,
and Charles Brocker. After the ceremony
a reception will be held at the home of the
bride. No. 13 Fifth street northeast.
.Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lnnghome nnd
the Mlssos Langhorne have returned to
heir home In this city.
vCaw.?a,r.e out from Mrs. Andenreid.
50. 102. Vermont avenue, for a tea, Tues
day, December 3.
There was great disappointment among
the hunting set, yesterday over the post
ponement of the tea to have been glevn
W.Mrfc.8' 8- Howland at Chevy Chaso
Club. Tlie muddy roads and misty, moist
weather were, however, most lmiiropitious
for the exhibition of the hunters unci
hounds, which was to have been part of
the fun, so the affair baa been delayed
until Saturday afternoon.
Today being Donation Par at Epiphany
Church Home. No. 1319 H street, tho
lunch room will be open from 12 to 9
Mrs. Vance has returned to the city and
Is at her home, tin Massachusetts avenue.
Her son, Mr. Henry Martin, and his wife will
be with her this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Whltlcmore and Miss Wil
cox have returned to thevcity, and their
handsome home on New Hampshire avenue
Is open again, after being closed for the
last six months while the Wblttem.ire
"family were abroad.
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The marriage of Congressmantlcct Harry
Skinner of North Carolina to Miss Ellen
Monterlo, a niece of the wife of United
States Senator Jarvis, was a surprise to
all his friends. There were only present
at the wedding, whlclr was performed by
Cardinal Gibbons at his residence, ex-Con-gressman
Tboniaa G. Skinner, a brother of
the groom, Representative Settle, and the
mother of the bride. Upon the return of
Mr. and Mrs. Bklnner to this city they will
make their home at ttfe Ebcftt House.
Miss Gertrude Rives, who Is In town with
Miss Constance Page af No.1514K street
northwest, strongly resembles her sister,
the famous Mrs. AnieJUe Blves-Chanlcr, not
only In personal appearance, but character.
MissGert rude lias enttrechargeofand super
intends everything about the Rives estate.
She can talk crops and the good points in
full of cattle with the most expert farmers.
Miss Maud Lyon, daughter of Mrs. Lucy
A. Lyon, of No. 328 A street northeast,
was married to Charles E. Bchroeder of
this' city, at the Metropolitan Presbyterian
Church, at high noon today In the pretence
of a number of their relatives and friends.
The bride, robed daintily in white or
gandie, with Bash and throat ribbons of
broad white satin, and carrying; bride roses
tied with flowing bows, entered the church
with her mother, vrho gave ncr hand in
They were preceded by fonr ushers Mr.
Will Buckingham, Mr. Peter Lewis, Mr.
Ed Lewis and Mr. Clarence Scbrocder,
brother nf the groom. Then followed
Ititle Miss Wlnnetta Scbroeder. a tiny
pink satin fairy, carrying cluster of
,Mr' ,r5B E. Ruhl. entertained the
'Ivy Leaf Pleasure Club" last evening
at his residence, liy giving a muslr.ile in
Uielr honor. The entertainment was
opened by dancing, and later on followed
by refreshments, the table and room being
elaborately decorated on the occasion.
Some of those who took part in the muhicaln
Here. Mr. George E. Ruhl. recitation and
zither roIo; Mr. E. Brown, violin solo:
Mls Agnes Kingston, fancy dancing: Mr.
W. Teunyuon. solo:aml numerous others.
The festival or the American Holldavslast
night at Willard Hall was under the aus
pices of the John A. Logan corns of East
Washington, and the George II. Thomas
corps of Anacotia. ami highly !,ucc-iru!
In every respect. The address of wel
come was clelit cred by Commander Thoma s
J. Crisp of Thomas Post, and was fol
lowed with remarks by Commander Eno
of Logan Post, nnd other prominent speak
ers. Corporal Tanner having lieen sum
moned unexpectedly to New York, his
filacc on tho programme was regretfully
The entertainment of the evening was
prefaced by a prayer by Rev. E. O.
Eldrldge. followed by an array of well
knov.ii local talent, which Included Miss
Dorothy Houchen. Mrs. John Hoffman.
Mr. J. H.-Cathell, Mrs. Ada O. Leech.
Miss Lilian Horsey, and selections bv
a quartet composed of Miss E1U Law
renson. Miss Anna Branson, Miss Emma
Branson nnd Mattel Wheat.
The hall was patriotically dmned with
bunting nnd the stage, fairy-like, with
colored lights, chrysanthemums and palms.
Around the walls were prettily decorated
refreshment tallies, the candv Iwoth being
in charge of Mrs. Thatcher, assisted bv
Allss Rose Meacham; the miscellaneous
table. Mrs. Kate Mallctt and Miss Flor
ence Howell, and the flower temple, under
the supervision of Mrs. Ttorsev. aided
by the Misses Howell and Miss Julia O.
Ice cream was served bv Mrs. Marv
Crawford, president of the LoEan Corns.
iliss .Maggie lew. anil Jilss ieonaril.
Mrs. Janp McLean, of the Thomas Corns,
ami Mrs. M. Dorecy. of the Logan Corps,
were the committee In charge of the even
ing's entertainment, and It was to their
endeavors, togettier with Mrs. Amanda.
Houchen. general chairman, and Mrs. Rosa
mond B. Meacham. president of the Thomas
Corps, that the evening was so successful.
Miss Genevieve Hawley entertained a
number other yotmgfriends yesterday aft pr
non from 5 to 7. Jn compliment to her
guest. Miss Idalln Stevens, of Montreal.
Canada, who will remain In Washington
until spring. Miss Stevens sang several
beautiful songs, with violin and piano
accompaniments, by Miss Hawley and Miss
Rose Weber, nnd a. mandolin dnet was
rendered with feeling nnd skill bv the
Misses Stella and Caroline Wright of
Alexandria. Among those present were:
Miss Nellie Price, Miss Julia Evans. Misses
May and Alice -Stanford, Miss Jnlia Bright.
Mr. Frank Laurence. Mr. John Beall. Mr.
F. K. Coyle, Mr. B. D onovan, and Mr. Jack
California Pears, Peaches and Apricots, 3 cans . 50c
Fresh Bread, per loaf ...... 4c
Finest Elgin Creamery Butter, 5 lbs for . . $1.40
Emrich's Purity, per pound ..... 20c
Fresh Eggs at cost, per dozen .... 20c
Canned Fruits and Vegetables of every description
Emrich's Club House and Java Coffees.
EMRICH BEEF COMPANY,
Main Market-1306-I3l2 32d st. nw. Telephone, 347.
Branch Markets 1718 14th st. nw.; 2026 14th st. nw.; 8th and M sts. nw.; 3057 M st nw.; 2.1 stand Ksts.
nw.; 21 S.Indiana ave. nw.; 5th and I sts. nw.; 4th and I sts. nw.; 20th st. and Pa. ave. nw.; 13th stand
N. Y. ave. nw. '
Beginning today and continuing through this week we. will present free to each and
every purchaser of our Butterine a handsome Steel Engraving the masterpiece of ROSA
BONHBTJR, that gifted artist. She is the acknowledged finest living painter in the world
today. This steel reproduction of this celebrated artist's masterpiece is elegant in every
particular. It is guaranteed a steel engraving of the highest quality. The offer is an
extraordinary one. This steel engraving framed will look well alongside the finest painting
or engraving you may have in your parlor. The subject is
The Why of It.
An enjoyable surprise party was riven
to Mr. Arthur Bennett by his parents tn
honor of his birthday, at their residence.
N'o. 33 H street northwest, on Monday even
ing. Anions those present were' Misses
Rnima Matchett. Clara Hanley. Ida Jor
dan. .Mamie Brewer. Kate Hanley. Emma
Bishop. Maud HllUnnd Mr. and Mrs. Arm
strong:. Messrs. J. Brecht. A. F. Harper.
J. J. Keefer, C. M. Armstronr. C. E.
Deltweller. P. H. Relrdon. William Wood
ford. E. Bennett and R. IV. Brown.
BON All day
nrneve eivin& t: .
Day. Buitivituuvumtnvits r 1
You may ask the question, How can they afford to
do it? Well, we can't as far as dollars and cents are
concerned. "We will lose money at first but we want
everybody to try our Butterine. A great many of you
are usiiip; it now. "We have a record for holding cus
tomers after we sell to them once. "We want to show you
that Btrtterine is better than Butter. The Butter men
are sore aft over. Th ey don't like to see us do business.
They ate 'jealous. You have been paying them ex
orbitarlt prices for their butters, and they naturally
dislike to, -see their business get away from them but
the tidchas turned in our favor, and no earthly power
can chaiige its direction. Every great reform has met
with similar opposition the complaints and criticism
of thosjb, financially affected by its growth. They
would knowingly sacrifice the interests of millions of
poor people to benefit themselves.
4-boye all, we want you to have one of
Butterine. If we sell you once that settles it-
Our Butterine Book.
"We have just published a 16-page Butterine Booklet.
"We have already distributed 35,000 of them. We have
one for you if you haven't got one yet In the Booklet
we have tried to give a thorough, terse talk on the
subject of Butterine.
There is no question about Butterine being better
than Butter. Nearly every one is of that opinion. It
is merely a question of getting people to try it The
first minute that the finest pound of creamery butter is
made it is as good as our Butterine, but the next min
ute it is not as good, and each succeeding minute it is
less wholesome. If you only knew as much about our
Butterine as we know it would be mighty hard for
butter to find a market. We want the public to know
ail they can about our Butterine. Increased general
knowledge on the subject means increased business
these beautiful steel engravings and try our
-it's good-by to Butter good by "to rancidity
WILKINS & COMPANY,
Square Marble and Glass Stands. Center Market,