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THE EVEJsTN"G; TTME&FRIDiALY, JTjyE g 1896". . - " '
XantTburgh & Bro.
i Children's Sun Tonnets.
S Toado of fine cbombray, in
Jj whlto, pink and light "blue.
0 O Children's PJquo Hats,
- edged with, .narroxr "bra'd
4' n. button crown-?nlce Ut-
g tie bat.
ft Thin Tjiwii "Wriprr. OSe.
Mads of fine Lawn, in g
Tirf-ltr litrht shades, also O
it mourning shades; wide ruf-
g lie front and back, edged g
g with a neat braid; Princess a
41 back; full front, -with girdle; J,
large Bishop- sleeves, witli g
B deep cuff; full .Empire skirt, 8
a with deep hem. All sizes g
8 from 32 to 44. g
You are prpbably not g
aware that an you need a
you can secure the same
value that our city folks
buy. Address our Mail
Order Department for in
formation, samples and
goods at any time.
S 20. 422. 424. 426 7th St.
8th & Market Space.
with 'natural handles, paragon
frame and silk stitching. We
consider this purchase the best
we have made this season.
"Worth $1.25, for
Also 200 very fancy Silk Para
sols for children, including Dres
den designs, with fancy ruffles.
8th & Market Space.
When wo lock tlic doors SatnWIav
nlplit tlii Luting opportunity EMJb!
uiiiutuen wc oner
25 Per Cent Discount
from marked prices on our entire stock
! Parlor Suites,
I Bedroom Suites,
OSf CREDIT, T
Eay Weekly or .Mnnlhlr I'a)ments.
"Wc tack down all matting prtnEf
1,005 10! 8 to select from. Kefrigera-
wr, an nzes ana prces. uany uar
r a;es from KliO to $30.
10 pound Hair Mattress.... IC.S0
fcolid oak Sxtcnsiou Tabic. 3.50
SI 9-S21 -823 7thSt N. V.
IETVTEES U A!D I STi
WILKINS & COMPANY,
208 9th St. -N. W.,
Wholesale Agents for
X Carpets Cleaned 1)V modem raotUods.
S9 Dryairdoes best work. Finest work T
gnaran teed, and jour carpets insured
whil in our earc.
EMPIRE CABPETCLEANIHG "WORKS, I
Ciliar, Mass.vc.e-JMS8 K st, n. w.
kPU GOLD (dollars) foroldpn'.d and
sllrer. G. liLOOJI, VJU Pa. avc.
-, ? yMt'Vj-Snw-
A QUIET HOME CEREMONY
lliss'Letitia Scott to Be Married to
Lieutenant Charles Bromwall.
Her Aunt In Vice Frenldent Steven-
Hun'H WifeOther "Weddings That
lla Occnrred society Ke.
TJie -neddlnr; or Miss Lctitla Scolt and
Ueul. tfiarlefl Bromv.cll, ol "ILe Array,
fflilcU will take Jilacc on Thursday ucxt
at 8 o'clucl,, at the residence of tbc bride's
inotuer,- lire. Malthew Sctitt, on 81s
tcenlli street, -niirlic a quiet Lome cere-nwuy.-otily
Uie Immediate ramllies or U.C
couple and a few Intimate personal mends
DeiiiR itrrtted to attend.
The bride 'will be clvcn away "by the
Vice President, arid the marriage will be
aoVintilzed by Kcv. Dr. RadUlffe, who
also ufriclated at the Stecuson-'HardUi
Miss Scott can trace her descent from the
most aristocratic cr Colonial Dames and
collaterally Xrom a broucli of Uie Wash
inston famllj. She is "the eldest daughter
or lire. Matt Scott and Airs. Adlai Steven
son is her annt.
The groom is a native or Clncinnntl
and is now a member of the United States
After Hit-' marriage Lieut. Ilromwell will
take lus bride to Tcltowstcne Tark, where
he lias recently been detailed for duty.
The graceful joung bride will lc gowned
!n nhite satin, and her sister, Hiss Jnlla,
will wear white ninllcand lace. An organ
will be placed In the hou for the occasion,
while an orchestra of stringed Instruments
will also contribute its sweet strains to the
jojousnc&s or the occasion.
Theprivaci ortheaffair will by no means
be detracting from the richness ofthesar- 1
roundlngs or the preparations for a cere
mony suited to the high rositlon of the con
AinongtheWasningtciiians who went over
to Baltimore Thursday to attend the wed
ding of Miss H. Florence Krlete, of that
city, and Mr. Dunkln W. ncinmhip, a civil
engineer, ot England, now located In New
York, were Mr. aud Mrs. Frank L. Car
ver, Mr. and Mrs. tV. D. Cabell Judge
J. 11. Seucr, Miss Mar Eradsbaw and Miss
The handsome home of Mr. Augustus
Krlcte. on Eutaw "Place, was temporarily
oonertcdlnto a chapel, which was erected
In one of the parlor bay windows. Leading
to the altar from the dining room was an
aisle, divided orr by ribbons, through which
the bridal party passed.
Thoproccfwloa was made tip of the brides
maids, maids of fconcr, flower girls and
ushers, the bride attended by "her rather
apnea ring last. She was groomed In
crystal brocade, trimmed with family
race arid pearls, over which was draped a
veil of tulle Jield in place by n pearl "and
diamond sunburst, -one cf the gift of the
MlsesJeau and Elizabeth Carver of this
city, who were among the bridesmaids,
wore dresses or white crgandie. trimmed
respectHcIy wiUi blue and eHow rll.Tjons.
Mr- and Mrs.-Hemming left after the re
ception for a -visit to Canada, which they
will conclude on June 15, when they sail
for Europe to make an extensive tour
The members of the Cci.gregatlondl "Y"
wciedftightfully entertained on IVednesda
tvening at the borne of Mr. Hurst, en tlie
Aboutsixty.fi vcmcmborsIeftGcorge town
on tlic Great r.ills railway, at 5 p. in ,
anddcspitc a delay or an hour at the end
of the road arrived in sufficiently good
spirits to play havoc with a I-ountcous sup
lcr, wh.cb was served "on the green,
sunny slope cf the hill," under the dlrec
tloT of the hostesses, assUted by Mesdjmes
La Fctra.'Wood and Tostcr.
Among those -nho were present were
-Misses Margaret B Crawford, Helen Njp,
May Leet, Florence B. Callahan, Sara E.
Hurst, Jessie B. fctcvens. Mabel Clat'In,
Pearl Houston, Eleanor Cahill, Bertha t5.
Dals, Bertha Simonds, Cracc -and Kittle
Montague, Louise Browning, Grace Hoss,
riora B. Snder, Anna Hughes, Benin
Ilearlck, Margaret Lewis, and Helen A.
Skinner. Mcsdamcs LaFctra, Lampbcll.
Foster, 'Wood and Morgan, Messrs. Alfred
Arthur Vfllard, Harry Claflin, Robert V,
Test, A. Alonzo Protzman, Jesse C. Suter,
Melville D. Lindsay, J. C. nurst, J. H.
Harper, Melville Skinner, It. V. Jones,
E. S. Laretra, W. E. Allen, J. "D. Keed,
Everett L. Warner, Kjselka, TV. J. T. Far
quhar, A. C. Buck. V. S. Barber, George
Little, Dr. Harrison and Joe E. Hurst.
After the supper the party scattered
thniuch the woods, gathering later tohear
rec!;:.Uons by Miss Snyder and Mr. Test,
and tc wltuess presentation to Mios
Reailck or a "Y"pin. MissKeariek is the
treisnrer of the society, and Isjexpci-ted
to leave the city shortly. Miss Anna Hughes
made the speech of presentation.
The workers or Immauucl Presbterlan
Mission and Sunday-school. located at No.
718 Ninth street northeast, held a blrtbd.iy
fete on Tuesday evening last, to celebrate
the first anniversary.
The large yard was lighted with Japa
nose lanterns and lamps, and the little
clupel was filled with friends and guests
ot the mission. After a literary and mu
sical program -was rendered, all present
were served wlUi refreshments, the wait-
Cut the desired size with biscuit cutter
and bake twenty minutes in a quick oven. Break in "half and butter.
Have ready a quart of berries, crushed, and sweetened with one small cup
of granulated .sugar. "Place lower-half of "biscuit, buttered side up, onjilate
on which itis to'be Served; cover "with crushed berries, then on top the
upper half, buttered side -up, cover again ,with crushed berries, and -serve -at
once -with or without cream or strawberry sauce,
-ClevMitt'aBalOnB.-Fewrier"'Pure "nd Sure."
c-a being eight or ten joung girls of the
Sabbath-ecuon, wtiose costumes were set
off by dainty- caps and aprons of bright
Among-themany Enests were Major Bar
nacn and 1-ter, Mrs. ly; Mr. and 31n.
JImton Tenable, Or. nml Mrs. William
Huglics, a number -of friends from Metro
poliltn rrcsbytenan Church, a pany from
Ounti 1. 1 emple Memorial Cliuich and piite
n -number from the. "Central Presbjtcrlaa
On June 2, 18SID, this -work was or
raiied In the parlors of Itcv. i. W. and
Mc. Culbcrtsou, No. 707 Ninth street
norlma, and from a handful or earnt.t
won-eis has steiidlly grown In numbers
aim nlso In favor with ChrlMlan people.
Tae l.ttlc meeting place Is now too snull
to iTommodalc the tchool T nlnetj rnciti
bcrs Miss Mamie Harrison arrived in Uie city
yesterday, and is staying with her faibe r,
Hon. George V. Harrison or Alabama, who
has apartments at tire Kiggs. Miss Ilurrl
sou -will sail for Kurope with a part of
Southern friends on Jone 9, to be absent
Miss Mariou Leslie Tracy, nr North Cap
IlolJilrcct, and Mr. Charles H. Vearh, of
Esculnpla Springs, Ky., were married
quietly 1ii Alexandria May 27, ihe cere
moay being jierfornicd hj Kev. 4)r. llcn
son, of that town. The tuurtship was
Wlef, and the iiucxpeclcd marriage of the
joi'iir couple jirixluccd the usual surnrUe
incnlfciUed on such romantic occasions. 1
The wedding of Miss Eugenia Tcnnsat
or Richmonil and Unit. Henry Fairfax of
Aldic. Ta., was olio of the mest notable
'e-enls that lme transpired In the CI'.
of Magnolias during the present nuptial
season :nd was witnessed by a numtier
ot society people of this tit, who w;nt
over yesterda for that purpse.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
John S. Gravutt at the Protestant Episco
pal Church of the Holy Trinity, Allowed
by a brilliant reception at the residence of
Mr. W. Brydon Tennant ol No. 101 North
Fiflj street ofjhat cit.
The bride was radiant in point lace, and
her tulle veil was caught with orange blos
som sprays and a priceless bandeau or dia
monds. President, Cleveland and members
of the Cabinet were among the invited
Miss Linnle Belmcar of Louisville. Ky.,
Is the guest 01 Miss Ethel McQueen, No.
Mrs. Richard H. SjHestcr has announced
the ma rriage ot her da ughter, Willie, to Mr.
Charles Oliver Kimball . The ceremony look
place Tuesday at New Rnclielle. N. J. Mr
aud Mrs. Kimball will be at home to their
friends after June .11 at "No. 75 S btrect
Hon John H. Finrple ot Carrollton, O.,
an"l li's little daughter Morie are the guests
ot Mrs. It. M. Hurgy of No.- 1304 Mntb
strcer, -northwest. '
At Burcester Cottage on Tmday evening
last Miss Annie Altchcson and Mr. Rich
ard C. Burnett, both or this city, were
Siftrith one quart of flour two tea
spoonfuls Cleveland's. Baking Pow
der and one-"half teaspoon salt. Rub
in shortening (one-half cup butter and
one tablespoon lard) and wet with
enough sweet -milk or water to make a
soft dough. Handle as little as possi
ble and roll out about one inch thick.
CLABICS. 7th St.
200 Elegant; Duck Suits
for Ladies at
They are Worth $2.00.
CLARK'S, 7716 71U SL H.W.
married in Uie presence, or a gathering
or their relatives and friends.
! 1) ii
The bride's dress waa a stylish fawn,
colored wool, wltli bat and gloves to
t-orrespond. Upon the, conclusion or the
wedding ceremony u dainty collation was
Mr. and "Mrs. Hurr(olt will reside at
No. 2248 Cleveland nUice,
THE PROrBR. THING,
GOOD taste cries "but against vciU
upon wheel riders!. On a warm day
the perspiration and dust, mingled
with the djo or tbo lace, disfigure
een the sweetest face. But nuny
laslilonuble women afreet fjee covcriugs.
Often they arc heay, with rigured border
ings. Itiscertalnlyun admistionoflnalillity
to keep in- perly dressed wlUiout wjwath
lug the face. The rich girl feels compelled
to distinguish herhclt In some fashion
not Imitated easily. For that purpose, upon
her bicycle, she wears white gloves. You
ec 7l07cns of these spoUe&s handed riders
each morning on the Acnuc.
A WOMAN In an army blue linen gown,
made with coat and skirt, wore a white
fanciful shirt, shoes and glomes or yellow
brown leather, a black sailor hat with
black ribbons and white osprey. There
was no touch of gaj color, such as Is
seen In nearly all new summer toilettes.
and she was a refreshing object. Tliat ef
fect or gloves and shoes matching was ex
SPANGLED belts or the sort that remind
jou of pink and white and silver, green
and skj-blue snakes, are far out of favor
with exclusive women. A large lot ot
them-belts, "not women recently were
offered for 19 cents apiece.
SOME home-made shirt waists have
deep sailor collars edged with rntrilngs of
white embroidery. The eye is grateful
for the change. "White kid belts have not
been frowned upon.
RIBBON belts are five inches broad at
the back and pointed in front, where they
fasten. Or they wind twice about the
waist, fastening on the side with a small
AN attractive bride; married on "Wcdnes
dalnalsltlnggown,worcattliecercnioniaI upon her shoulder, twisted in a ribbon knot,
the bridegroom's girt, a beautiful pearl and
EWB comes from Paris that -the
joung Castellanes are seen often
and evidently orthe bestor terms.
Their quiet going nliout together
isaoing much toward sllcncingtho
unpleasant rumors of domestic lnrclicity.
THE Duchess or Marlborough lias been
conspicuous at many London runctionssince
ber presentation and isifaoted rot her taste
in drees. At the opera recently she was
seen lc a simple gowri or white with only
a diamond crescent erccbhi her hair and
a string of pearls at her throat.
AMONG the American l debutantes pre
sented at the last London1 drawing 'room
Miss Muriel Sanrord,;whosahome islnlhe
extreme north, was ccnsfrkable for Hie
originality other costume. t"llcr gown was,
to "be 6ure, or the .regulation white, out
took the form otsomeebsunsmaterlal, with
a trlmmioc'or-Denrl liUgst which sniceRled
J a, snow prlncesa'in itsl'urense -purity and
23 dozen Ladles' Swln Ribbed Vests,
crocheted silk shoulder straps. Bilk
crocheted around neck, itougkt to
sell lor i!ic Wld go at
to dozen Ladies' Percale Waists, va
riety or pretty patterns pink, blue,
green, lavender, tan, etc. ."Regularise
ICO dozen Coat!! Corsets, full boned,
donblo Btnyfloisod top. Regular price,
iOc. Will gout
Elegant Dresden Silk Waist, with
ftiU jronr, itsUlied with civet to
match Crr.sU waist-band canaLt with
steel buckle. Crushed velvet collar.
Renlarplco,t8. Will cose at
812-814 Seventh Street.
7 1-5 Market Space.
THE H0USEW1PE SPEAKS.
IF ati article that has become rusty Is
soaked In kerosene oil for some time,
the rust will become loosened and
come olt very readily.
A LITTLE kerosene Is anexcellent thing
for cleaning a zinc bath tub. Apply with
a toft woolen clioh, then wash ott with
hot water no soap in it and polish with
powdered balh brick.
AN excellent cure for hnartcuess Is to
roast a. lemon unlit It is soft all through;
do uot allow It to buret. While still hot
cut a piece from the end and fill the
icmon with as much granulated sugar as
it willhnld. Then eat it while hot.
TO prr ent p'e Juice from running out
'n the ocn make a little opening in the
upper crust and Insert a straw or little
roll of nliitc paper 1 erjiendicularly. The
steam will escape through It as through
a chimney, and all the Juke will be re
tained In "Ihe pie.
TO clenn a white sailor lint which Is
Eolled remoe or. cocr the band, and
scrub thoroughly with 5 cents worth of
salts of sorrel, dissolved in told water.
Be careful not to lxwd the hat out ot
shape, as It becomes very stiff when dry.
Placeln the -sun todry.
RnUB.VRB statics arc so full or watery
Juice that it Is not desirable to add more
water while cooking. Do not peel the
stalks, cut In Inch or r-alrincli lengths,
and put In a Trranlte dish and sprinkle
the sugai over 11. Let It stand for several
hours, and then slew or cover and bake
until tender. There will be ample Juice,
and the rhubarb will not lose Its shape.
AVOMEN who wish their fat.MlieB to be
fed on the most nourishing and healthful
food will do well to discourage Ihe eat
'ng of potatoes In tne morning and to
provide In their PMee a well and thor
oughly ert'eo:d, with cream or rich
milk. Boiled Tice or hominy may profit
ably be exchanged for potatoes at dinner
at least tlrree or Tonr times a week, as
It Is a most admirable food with meat,
and easily digested.
CLUB E0R BACHELOR GIRLS.
A UNIQUE club Xor bachelor Women
has Just lieenoigiimzedln Chicago.
Its headquarters will be in a large
flat building on Eowen avenue, te
Boulevard. Last night r.n n.ini' giant
or a dozen young women took, possession
or the new quarter, each proud of tie
possession of a latch key.
The plan of management is this: Filch
young woman who becomes a club meoj
lier pays a minimum price -of $3 GO per
For a jingle rocm the price will be from
$1 to $4.C0 per week. For each suite of
eight rooms there Is a large dcnble parlor,
fitted up handsomely. Besides this there
is a big.plaln room set apart ror sewing,
darning, handkerchief washing, and the
One featnre is a large assembly room,
which can lie nred tor meetings, lectures,
etc. It Is also planned to allow young
ladies who wish to furnish their rcoms,
wholly or In rart, according to their indi
The club is admirably slturlod as to car
lilies, being within a short distance or
three downtown lines.
ABOUT WEDDING PRESENTS-
IN these days to the giver the wedding
present question is apt to be a sad,
serious, and perplexing one. Once
upon a time the selection or a wedding
gift was quite a simple .matter. There
were but few things regarded suitable
for this purpose. Since then times have
changed. The -wedding present may now
vary from a Rookwood vase or a cut
glass claret Jug to a magnificent cheat
In fact, anythlng,"1f selected with good
taste and a sense of Its appropriateness is
considered a suitable wedding girt. Of
course, the check Is the wedding present
par excellence, but next In popularity is no
doubt the chest ot silver. These chests
are shown in a variety of style3 thissprlng.
One of the most expensive costs $2,000and
contains 700 nieces. It comes'in both oak
and mahogany, with brass mountings,
and has five drawers. It contains enough
silver to carry one through a lifetime.
ENGAGED PEOPLE, NOTE.
TO THE president or the Camera Club
belongs the credit or having put
lorward quite the most Interesting
suggestion yet orrered on the sub
ject of the general utilization ot
tie Roentgen rays. His proposal Is the emi
nently practical one that all engaged cou
ples slionld "exchange photographs taken
by the new process in order that they may
be mutually Battened that they are under
taking a sound matrimonial investment
from the pcrsnnalpaint of lew. JFurnisIicd
with enrteide vislte of each other's skele
ton they will Vs assured against any .dan
ger of making harrowing discoveries ot
physical deficiencies or Imitation limbs
when It is too late to -withdraw -from the
bargain. But there would, or course, have
,to be a proviso that any information to
obtained should be held saorcd In the event
of the engagement being broken off. Lon
Is Xonr House Vacant?
Place TOurpropenyTvlth The Times Eeal
Estate Darcau. Ifyou wish nn 'Immediate
tenant- Continuous Ace advertising.
j WOMEN THE W0R1
WHEN THE WORLD O'ER.
GOOD American women who never
expect- to "be "presented" to the
Empress ot India", and who have
proper democratic scorn for such
functions as "drawing rooms." arc
nevertheless apt to be Interested Id the at
tire of those' who indulge In them. They
will be interested to learn thatthe Countess
of"Warwck, who is a prominentand popu
lar figure, wore a remarkable combination
of white satin, turquoise velvet, diamonds
androscB. to say-nothing jf lace and tol!c.
The gown was bordered with diamond gal
loon, and touches of turquoise velvet and
satin appeared oh the bodice, tbc front of
which was trimmed with creamy lace, the
design outlined with diamonds. The train
was turquoise velvet, wrought with dia
mond flowers and strewn with pink roses,
other sister toscs answering back from the
sleeves, where they nestled among roldsof
tulle and satin. Ttrvt sounds almost gor
geous enough roran American millionairess.
CRITICS say that Rosa Honhcur's last
work."TucDuU,"nowbeingstiown in Lon
don, lacks none of the power and btauty
of the pictures she painted in her prime,
"The Duel" represents a historical inci
dent of 1734, when two ramons horses, Iic
longlng to Lord Godolphln. fought. In the
pictnre the two thoroughbred animals are
engaged in fierce right with teeth and heeb.
and. thnagh the -subject severely taxes the
best powers ot an animal painter. Mile. Iton
trcur has produced a wort which. In de
sign, drawing and execution, she lias ntver
DR. BUSENB.VRK, a woman physician,
of Des Molnc8,"Iowa, went to Munich toat-,
tend lectures and clinics. "With her was a
friend and co-worker. When the two had
surmounted all the difficulties of obtaining
the consent of the authorities, they finally
were admitted to the amphitheater, where
the lectures were given. Three lruudrednnd
fifty men turned three hundred and fifty
pairs of cold, unsympathetic, inquiring eyes
upon them and Dr. Buscnbark's friend fled,
to return no more. The Incident Is sub
mitted to young women ambitious for for
eign university learning-
A DRESS just received from a fash
ionable Paris house is of bro
caded satin In garnet and gold.
The sleeves are a novelty. The
cufr arc of white broadcloth,
elaborately embroidered with roses and
leaves. From the front and back of the
cnffslongpolntscxtcnd up to thearm holes.
The space between these points Is filled in
with the dress material. A Eqnarc collar
turns back from the standing collar and
forms a Okc. and there Is a front of very
narrow plaiting or plain silk. A vest of
the broadcloth is embroidered to match the
currs. The front breadth of contrasting
material is a feature ot some of the new
models. A dress of moonlight blue satin.
brocaded with pink roses, has a front
b-cadtti of velvet of tl e darkest shade or
the blossoms. On either side or this Is a
cascade drapery ot lace flouncing. The
lMHlicc Is pointed and the neck is cut low.
Tlie sleeves are ruffles of lace, and laco
epaulets extend up on to the shoulders al
most to the jewclded collar- Actiws the
front the dress Is filled in wtUi shirred
silk muslin. A costume of spotted camel's
bairhasa fronthrcadtbofthcmatcrial. The
high turned-over collar, narrow vest, wide
pointtd lapels and belt are or velvet. The
lapels have folded extensions In Jabot
stlc. Tticse are pointed, the points railing
outside the bcltand down upon the skirt.
IF science has dispelled such old wives
fables as that to dream of a marriage
signifies a death, or to dream of a
cat means an enemy, she has added
to the subject mysteries tt ber own.
One scientist systematized these subtle
premonitions to make them available for
Ube and guidance. To quote liU opinion;
LIVELY dreams are a sign of the ex
citement or nervous action.
FRIGHTFUL dreams are a sign or de
termination or bloo 1 to the head.
DREAMS in which one imagines pain or
injury to any part ot the UIy indicate
disease or that part.
DREAMS (it distorted forms are a srgn
of obstruction or disease of the liver.
TO dream or fanning Indicates a weak
action of the heart.
GENTLE, pleasant dreams are a sign of
a slight irritation of the head, bat In nerv
ous fevers often indicate the approach of
a favorable crisis.
DREAMIVG Is an experience common to
humanitv, though it vanes widely In dif
ferent individuals and in'a few exceptional
cases is absolutely unknown.
IN -SMALL rooms, even more than in
large ones, wall pockets are peculi
arly useful. There arc always snch
quantities ot small possessions that
may there rind a resting place, among
which hoots and shoes, clothes brushes
night tlres., and even a dressing jacket,
suggest themselves lustanlly. Now, &uch
wall pockets may be ns sitnp'eor as elab
orate as you please. The mare simple kin 1
wash well, and, therefore, wear everlast
ingly. Brown Hollanl is nn ever iiselul ma
terial for the purpise. Bins it with scarlet
braid and embroider each actual pocket
with a conventional design in scarlet and
blue flax threads.
The back or foundation of the pockets
must be mounted on cardboard, supplied
at each end with brass riugs, tiy means cj
which the whole is fastened to tlie wall.
The pockct3 themselves are Ioo3e and full,
thus allowing plenty or space for the va
iioU3 articles at hand to be pushed Into
their ample depths. -Some folks arrange
.such pockets with a band of clastic set
round Pic neck or each, and tins is an idea
worthy or some consideration.
THE DAY'S DISH.
GHOP fine enougli told veal frrm yes
terday's roast to make one cup
ful, add to it one cupful cf bread
one small teaspornful.of salt und
a little black pc-iper; let one cup of ni'IS
come to a brll; mix one tablcspoonful of
butter with one tablespotJirul or flour
Mioroughly and -add to the milk, with .1
tablespoonful or Worcestershire sauce
and a -dash of cayenre pepper; cook until
thickened, beating wcllto make it smooth;
add meat and bread crumbs; mix well and
put in a baker in a hot oven to brown.
Be sure and have the mixture very hot
before adding the veal and bread crumbs;
It makes It much lighter.
OvvnerK of Loih.
We have applications -from builders for
choice building sites, either for sale or
exchange. Apply at'Tlic Times Real Es
5 "We make a specialty of Cooked Prepared 5
x Meats, etc. 5
JEmrich,Beef Catnpany's 12 Reliable Markets.
-Don't fail tn see the four big tables piled
high with Parasols of every description -no
All S1.75 Parasols 87 l-2o
All S2.00 Parasols $1.00
All $2.50 Parasch S1.25
All S3.C0 Forasols $1.50
All $4X0 rarasoU S2 00
All $5.00 Parasols $2.50
AH 'SO.OO Parasols $3 00
All $7.50 Parasols $3.70
All $9.00 Parasols , $4.50
All $10.00 ParasoU $r, 00
All $12.COParasols $G 00
314 & 316 7th St.
Kagl Mis. Co. f
Laflies' BnUiantiae Skirts. !
Ladles banusomeplain and
figured brlillanttno Skirtt
full width, lined tl rougliont
and well bound retailed at
SiDS. Our prico, as ininu-
Si .69 :
Eagle rifg. Co.,
920 Seventh St.
THE BUSY STORE.
71 It X. W.
If you wish tn bay either a pivo or
orcjn. comeandsce n. Weoarsnteo
to sell as low as yon can boy elsewhere,
ami to cite you a better inttrmneat
for the monej. Wc hare non lu stuck
some excellent secondhand Square
ana Ujitlzht -Pianos at very small
prices aud on xery rasv term. Ills
(1 scounts for caih or large payment.
Yon van spend your money to better
advantage now than ever again.
Tiaros tnned. repaired, moved, pack
ed and shipped.
John F. Ellis & Co.,
Chickerirtg Piano Rooms.
937 Penn. Avo.
P 1 Choice ai d reliable
J. -WrLXjIA-M LEE.
332 P. Ave. N. "vV.
First PlatH Herv lee. TUono 138.1.
BERRY Susan Berry pas-ed away at
ll:lfi o'clock a. m.. on Thursday, juno
4, 1890, aged tlxty years.
luneral will take place from house.
171A tleventh street norttiwest.atiio'clotV.
p. m., Friday, June 3. Interment at
Chcstcrtown, aid.. June G. 1 r lends and
relatives TCiqicctruHy invited to attend.
Chestertown papers please copy.
MfcDOXOUGn-On Friday, at 3 45 p. m..
Mary T.,inr.int daughter or Annie M. and
Patrick J. McDonough, aged nine months
and fifteen days.
Funeral from the home of her rarents.
No. 24J8 I street northwest, on Saturday.
June G, 1S9G. at 3 p. m. Friends and
relatives are invited to-nttend.
'McOltAW On Friday, June 5, at 7 35
a. m.. Lewis Uarvey, eldest and beloved
eon ot J. Leo and Estelle C. McGraw. lu
the twentieth year of Usage.
Notice or funeral herearter.
McKIBBIN On Thursday, June 4. 1S9G.
at Marshall Hall.Md., Aldtsa, wife ot Joseph
Funeral from St. John's Church, Sixteenth
and II streets northwest, Saturday, the Cth
lust-, at 2 30 o'clock p. m. Interment at
NETTZEY- Suddenly, on "Wednesday,
June 3. at 4 15 p. tn . George Neltzcy, in
his seventy-sixth year.
Funeral from the resilience of his brt thcr.
"William Neitzev, 470 M ttteet southwest,
on Saturday at 10 o'clrck. Friends and
relatives are respectfully Invited to at
tend. O'COXNOR-On Thursday. June 4, at
9 43 p. m.. ancr a Urgerlnc illness, James
V.. son of tLc late Dennis and Margaret
Funeral on Saturday. June G. at 8.30 n.
m.. rrom lus late residence. No. 404 G
street southwest. Solemn requiem mass
at St. Dominic's Church, at 0 o'clock.
2A NNER-On June 2. 1896. Maggie M.,
nee Burcli, beloved wile or Charles A- Zan
uer. in Uie tvv cnty thtrd year of her age.
Funeral Frtda, June 5. 1&9G, at 2 p.
m., from the residence of her parents, 620
Tlitnl street northeast. Relatives and
friends are respectfully Invited to attend.
RILEY-IURGE-On June 3. IStG. at St.
John's Episcopal Church, by the Kcv. John
MeGlll. I). D.. Jcnnc Elizabeth Riley of
Kails Church. Vn., and narry Cyrus llirgc
of "Washington, D. C. It
THEY were toil stained, wcather
1 eaten old men and their appear
ance stirred the imagination of the
girl who jourocrd uptown in the
elevated train with them. They
were evidently of the manual laboring
class, and the buttons on lliclr coarse,
dirty coats bore the letters "U.S. a" The
girl loocd at them for some time. It was
so soon artcr Decoration Day that mem
ories of the grizzled veterans were strong
within her. and she burst forth poetically
to a fncurt by her side.
"Sec those men! Do jou know, it ttinlU
me to eld soldiem who havp to tollnow
for their dally bread, as those men must?
Think of how they suffertd, of all tbey have
done and sec how they still sutrer and
"Why. Atlclc," remarked the friend,
"nonr il you know they are old soldiers;"
"See those letters on their buttons, n.y
dear,' replied Allele. loftily "I am sure
'D. 8. C means 'Defenders and Saviors
of the Country. It's probably a society ot
"Pardon mc, miss," said a stolid la
dividual next to the randful Adele. "The
letters mean, 'Department or Street Clean
ing. The Times Real Estate Uureau can se
cure a tenart ror j our vacautstore quicker
than any other agency.-
FOR FIFTY YEA RSI j
P MRS. W1NSLOWS
S SOOTHING SYRUP g
2 lias been uc 1 by Millions ot Mothers S
D for their Children whiln Teething for ?J
w n...iifipv.qN Tt nithpa tlm rhilil. rt
L: enftens tlio gums all "J all yam. cure ,,
U wind colic, and ii tlio best remedy for fj
Li Twcnty-flTo cents a bottle- &j
Twcnty-flTo cents a bottlc-
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