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THE MOUNTED TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1895.
; Lansburgli & Bro ;
In addition to our Win
dow Shade business
which is one of the most
important features of
our Upholstery Depart
ment we are also pre
pared to re-hang Lace
Curtains,' Portieres and
Draperies of all kinds at
a moderate cost. We
will, send our man to
your house and give you
an estimate fr,ee of
One lot Bluo and Yel
low Crescent Muslin, I Olc
36 Inches wide I Li lard
One lot Coin Spot Mus
lin. All size spots. 36
Orio lot Extra Quality
Opaque Shades. 3
feet wide, 6 feet long
One lot 44- Chenille
Covers. Good colors
One lot 6-4 Chenille
ty. Cood colors
One lot Jones' Patent
Adjustablo to any
I 5 Vard
2 5 Each
0 u Each
Rear Annex l'lrst Floor.
420, 422, 424, 426 7tli St
"We're going- to sell
a LInTED number of
Beautiful High Back
Oak Rockers two dif
ferent patterns one lias
solid shaped wood seat
the other a cane seat
the price for choice
as long; as they last
There isn't a dealer in
Washington ourselves in
cluded who can BUY them
at this price. "Wc don't be
lieve that there'll be one of
them left by 11 o'clock to
morrow morning. Do you
WANT one it'll pay you
to come down town a little
EARLIER than usual.
819-821-823 7th St. N. W.
Between H and I Sts.
Nothing Is Too
Good For the
The materials in tbem are
sole cted with ttio utmost care
and aro tho best to bo obtained
the best of workmen put them
together. The remarkable suc
cess these instruments havo met
with since thy were first put on
tho market is a fair proot of
All the Latest Sheet .Music
I1IO F St. N. W.
- s es- -- -a-o-
BROADWAY AND TORTY-TlRST ST.,
NEW YORK CITY.
A Modern Tire-Proof Hotel containing 3 Oj
rooms, 200 with bath and toilet attached
Good rooms, SI. SO: Large Rooms, $2.and
with prhatc bath, $2.50 and upnardper
RESTAURANT, CUISINE AND
In close proximity to the principal theaters
and the shopping district.
rive minutes frjm Grand Central and
West Miorc Depots.
LOUIS L. TODD, J. IL T1FE,
J WILLIAM LEE,
ITS reansylTaala arenue northwest.
nrst class service. Phont 1SJ5. ly4-8mo
REICHERT On Sunday, September 29,
18U3, at 3 n. iu., Katie Ueichert, aged
fifteen mouths and twelve days.
l'uner.ii Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from 412 Twelfth ttreet northwest.
O'NEILL On Sunday. Sentemlier 20.
18U0. at 0 o'clock a. m., James Alnyslus,
Infant son of William E. and Rose O'Neill,
Funeral will take place from parents'
residence. 205 1-2 F. street northeast. Mon
day afternoon, September 30, at 4
o clock. Relatives and friends respect
fully Invited to uttesd.
PAYNE Suddenly, on Sunday, Sentem
lier 2U. 1895, at 3 a. nj., Charles B. T.
Payne. In tho fifty-eighth year of his
age. beloved husband of Laura Pavne.
. 'uieral from bis Jate residence. No.
442 O street northwest, at 2 p. ni.,
Wednesday. Octolier 2. Friends and rela
tives Invited lo attend.
at 11:30 p. m., Phillip, aged one year and
six months. -
Funeral will take nlnro -it 3 n ni. ihl.
Jfteruoon from late 'sl'ote. No. 62
MILLIONS FOR HER DOWRY
Hot Less Than Fifteen for Miss
Miss Whitney's Marriage to -nush
1'itKet Soon I olloAiimm need Nota
ble Weddings of Thin Week.
The marriage of Miss Consuelo Vander
bilt to the Duke ot Alnrlboruugh -will toko
place November 14 in Orate Cliurcli, New
York, Bishop Totter, ot New York, utficiat
in?. Society, both here and abroad, is agog
over the coming nuptials of these two young
people, nud every personal grare or
peculiarity or the brldc-UtU, eery' railing
or flue quality of the groom to be Is dia
cU8bcd with serious Interest.
The presence of many distinguished per
sons abroad will add brilliancy to the oc
casion anil this will doubtless ue the most
mugiiitiivnt ulfair that has eer occurred
In this country. The Marchioness Maud
ford and a number of the Duke's relatives
will be present, as will also a representative
of the rrince of Wales.
Mr. 'William K. Vanderbilt will give Ids
daughter away, but it is doubtful tr lie will
appear at the reception at the New York
residence -of Mrs. Vanderbilt, which will
be held utter the ceremony.
Tne wedding tour will bo nude aboard
the beautiful jacht Valiant, and upon their
arrival abroad the Duke and Duchess will
enjoy the hospitality of Uio Umiwror of
Uenuauy ut a medieval castle in Saxony.
Mrs. Vanderbilt will go over by steamer
and Join them In Iirts.
The dowry ot the young Duchess will bo
fully fifteen million dollars, iiart of which
will immediately be expended in repairing
Ulenlieim, their future chosen home.
The Marchioness of ltlandford wlllprescnt
her fair daugliterln law to the Queen at
one of the spring drawing rooms.
A weddlns of special interest In news
paper and literary circles ot the capital
Is announced to take place Vv'edni-sday, No
vember 0. The parties are Fred. F. Bchra
iler, of the Washington Tost, and Miss
Marie R. Bailey, a young lady ot bril
liant attainments, quite well known as
a contributor to the Sunday papers on art,
music, and kindred topics.
Mr. Schrarter is well known in Washington
and throughout the country for his bril
liant work on the Post. Hefore conilng-to
Washington he held Important editorial
position on several of the great dailies.
His stories of Western and newspaper
lire have made him a name la literary
Miss Bailey has been a frequent contrib
utor to the Post and lias written occa
sionally for The Times. She has a bright
and forcible style.
The wedding will take placcatthe bride's
home. No. 721 Third street northeast.
The wedding trip will include a visit to
the Atlanta exposition.
Miss Frances K. Willanl, leader of the
Woman's Christian Temperance- Union,
arrived in New York Saturday and an
enthusiastic reception was accorded her
on leaving the steamer.
The acknowledged beauty at Hamb-inr
this year Is an Amcncau girl Miss Lily
Senator, Mrs. Blackburn nnd Miss Black
burn, who are now at the Normandie. will
leave Tuctday night for their home la the
Mr. Firman Homer nnd family have
returned to the city and are again at their
home. No. 925 Rhode Inland avenue.
Among Americans at present In Paris are
Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, of this city, and Miss
Florence Bayard, daughter of United States
Miss Mary Hannah Grover, daugbhter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome B. Divers, will lie mar
ried to Mr. Henry Harding Burroughs,
Wedcsday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, at
Calvary BaptiEt Church.
The fame evening the wedding ot Miss
Viola Sanderson to Mr. Charles B. Hoover
will occur, the ceremony taking place at
Trinity. 31. E- Church at 8 o'clock. Mr.
and 3Irs. Hoover wlllholda reception from
8:30 t 10.30 o'clock at their future home,
No. 1G13 Marion street northwest.
The marriage of 3Iiss Jeannettc M. Rico
to 3Ir. Herbert C. Emery, of this city, took
place at Melrose, ilass., the home of the
bride, Wednesday evening. 3Iiss Clara
Young, ot 3Iount Pleasant, 1. C, was
among the guests at the ceremony.
A reception in honor of 31r. and Mrs.
Herbert Emery will be given by Mr. and
ilrs. Lyman 8. Emery Tuesday evening
next from 8 to 11 o'clock at their home,
No. 1413 Tark street. Mount Pleasant.
Mr. and Mrs. It. 31. Smith nnd Mr. Ad
dison Smith and family will return to,
Washington from Uyattsvillc. where they
have been speudlug the summer, October
Mrs. Truxton D. Beale and Miss Bealo
are at the Robinson cottage, Newport.
Sir Gerell Barnes, second Judge ot the
English Court of Admiralty, and Lady
Barnes are among the distinguished for
eigners now at the Htoel Waldorf, New
Mr. 31. B. Latimer, who hns been ex
tremcly ill with typhoid fever, has en
Justice White, of the United States Fu
preme Court, and MM Bue White, his
sister, returned to the city Saturday after
spending the season at the Jersey coast.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. McLean will re
turn to this city Wednesday, October 2.
31r. nnd Mrs. John F. Ochsenrciter will
be at borne to friends at No. 451 Q street
after October 10.
Mr. James U. Roosevelt, secretary of the
United States Embassy at London, is the
guestof the Bradley-Martins, of New York,
at Inverness! ire. Scotland, for the bunt
ing season. The Earl of Craven, son-in-law
of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley-Martin, Is
among the mcrabersof the house party.
3Irs. William liiill. formerly 3Iarle Nevlns
Blaine, wlfeof ilr. James G. Blaine, of this
city. Is quite noted for her domestic ac
complishments. She Is quoted as an au
thority by the younger women of Newport,
when dainty dishes and skillful house
wifery are discussed, and glvcsticrsonal
supervision to many matters which are
generally left to the can? of servants. TIw
hucksters and butchers regard her as a
marvelous judge of the freshest vegetables
and the choicest "cuts."
Very beautiful are the fans Imported
this fall from Paris by a bride-elect of
Washington, to be used with ball gowns.
One of white chicken-skin , delicately paint
ed with a design of ribbon-circled minia
tures, has pearl sticks. Inlaid with silver.
A second Is of black ganze powdered with
tiny Jewels, and the tortoise shcllstlcks are
covered with an nrabesqueof gold. Neither
of these frail treasures Is over eight Inches
Dr. J. L. Reid, ot Georgetown, la very
111 at his home. No. 3122 N street.
Friday evening there was an enjoyable
gathering at the home ot Sir. Theodore
Rooney, No. 1355 n street southwest.
u ceieoraie me rirty-nitn otrthday anni
versary ot 3Irs. Ann Rooney, his mother.
The Yalentia 31andolln and Guitar Band
discoursed sweet music the entire even
ing and many songs were sung. 3Iaster
Jimmy K. Holden was the lion of the
evening, and hU many comic songs were
loudly applauded. The following -were la
attendance: Mr. and Mrs. Tatrick Erad
ley and family, Mr. Ed. Kchoe and wife,
3Ir. James Kchoe. wife and family, Mrs.
Jane 3IcCann and daughter. Miss Pertha
Nightengale, 3fr. Wm. Noack, ilr. Frank
Schoyer. Mr. Jas. T.TJoyJe, Dr. W.F. Wal
ters. Mr. John Ford, Mr. August Berg
Itelmer, Mr. Frederick Noack, Mr. Michael
Kfllerlatie, Mr. Michael McCann, Mr. J. B.
Twludlffe, Mr. H. J. McQlvern, and Mr.
Robert Dal ton.
OF THE FAjfiL
AT THE ,
HEW TUPLE OF SCIEKCEEXCHAHGED ode mm
IWion Hall of Philosophy to
Be Dedicated To-morrow.
GEEAT POMP AND CEREMONY
Imposing KxercUes nt tlio Catholic
University in Which Cardinal Gib
bons nnd iljjr. Sntolll Will Take
I.eudlnK l'arts Special ltrlet of
l'upu Leo to Do Head.
Tho religious and literary function of
dedicating SIc3Iahon Hall at the Catholic
University will be held to-morrow after
noon. This event, Vhich is oue of wide in
terest to Catholics at home and abroad,
promises to be attended by an immense
Apart from the religious ceremonies those
who attend will have the opportunity of
hearing addresses on subjects of great In
terest. Thetwohighestfunctlonariesof theCatho
lie Church In the United States will be pres
ent. Cardinal tiibbous and 31gr. Sutolil,
the papal ablegate, both of whom will de
PROCESSION TO THE HALL.
One of the -pulal features of tho event
will bo a procession of the trustees, f ucultles,
and students from the university chapel to
the hall to be blessed and dedicated to its
high literary purposes.
The official progrummc will be printed to
day. Jtt. Rev. Uichop Kc-ane, rector of the
University, gae The Times yesterday the
principal par is of the order ot exercises as
At riftecn minutes to 3 p. m. Cardinal
Gibbons nnd all the representatives of the
University will assemble in the Unherslty
chapel, w here will be chanted a hymu to the
This body will move In procession to the
front of McMahoaHnllof Ptiilorophy.chant
lng the Peahn: "I have rejoiced at the
things that have been said unto me and
and I thall go into the house of the Lord."
The blccslng and dedication of the hall
then follows, according to the form pre
scribed lutheKomaurltuaL This ceremony
will take place partly outside the budding
and will occupy from fifteen to twenty
The party will then go to the assembly
room of McMahou Hall, where the in
augural exercises of the two new faculties
First the rector will read the brief of
Tope Leo XIII, written for this special
occuslon. This brief has been publcjied
In the newspapers, but will bo reproduced
on the official programme.
Next Mgr. Eatolll will deliver an ora
tion in Latin concerning the relation be
tween philosophy and the kindred sciences.
Rev. Prof. Pace, dean of the faculty of
philosophy, will give the next discourse,
concerning the scope of the school of phil
osophy. Prof. W. C. Robinson, dean of the
faculty of social science, will deliver an
address on the scope of the school of social
Cardinal Gibbons, chancellor of the Uni
versity, will make the closing address.
Dudley Pnllingcr and Aleck Braxton,
colored Washington toughs, came to Alex
andria yes'.erdav evening in a half drunken
condition, and bile waiting for the 0:30
boat to Washington, began cursing and
abusing the officials of the ferry companv
and the persons aboutthe ferry house. Word
was fent to the rolice station and Officer
Auington came down and locked tbem up
to answera charge of disorderly conduct.
Early yesterday morning a well dressed
stranger was found on Upper Duke street,
near llcnry, insensible from drink, and
taken to the police station. Last even
ing re had recovered sufficiently to give
his name as J D. Jcnnius, and Fredricks
burc as his home. He claims to be a cousin
of the late Admiral Lee. of the Confederate
navy, and thinks the liquor he drank was
3Ir. Otto Hopkins, grand councilor of the
Order of Junior United American 3Ie
chanics, went to Fairfax Courthouse yes
teroay. ann made the preliminary arrange
ments for the organization of a nei council
of the order In that thriving village. It
iscxpectid that the Fairfax council will be
Instituted before the first of the jear, with
some thirty-five or forty members A new
lodge will alio be located in Falls Church
and other towns of Fairfax county In a
verv Tew dajs
The seventh anniversary of the Toung
Men's Sodality Lyceum will be celebrated
on Thurt.day next, with addresses, etc ,
after w hich there will be an oy I it roast and
smoker In the Lyceum gymnasium.
Belle Haven Council. Jr. O. U. A. 3L, of
this city, will have a very Interesting meet
ing to-night when tin degries of the order
will be conferred upon three candidates.
The entertainment to be given by Jackson
Council ot the order In the opera hou.se
on Tuesday night promises to be a great
The body of young Charles E. Thomp
son, the grandson ot Mr. Charles Bladen,
who died In Washington on Friday last,
was brought to this citv vesterday evening
and laid at rest In the Methodist Protestant
The missionary celebration In Trinity 3f.
E. Church yesterday evening was attended
by a congregation that filled every seat
In the Puudav-icbool room of the-church.
3Iisses Maud Hutchlnsand Ella Lylesgave
excellent recitations, nnd vocal music w
rendered by 3Iis Maggie O'Neal, 3Ilss
Alice Petty, and by thecholrot thechurch.
The Interest ot the occasion was greatlv
added to bv a reunion of all the ,.l,l
teachers and pupils of the Sunday-school,
and a large collection for missionary pur
poses wns raised.
A negro wifebeater.namedCalRoblnfon,
who lives on Washington street, near Jeffer
son, caused considerable excitement In hiB
neighborhood Satnrday night.
He filled np on bad whisky early in the
evening and then went home and nroeeoilpii
to thrash his better half. When she pro
tested and yelled "murder" he declared he
would leave the house and loading his bag
and baggage Into a wheelbarrow proceeded
to the river, where he embarked In a row
boat and started to pull for tho northern
shore. Officers Harrington and Atkinson
arrived on the scene at this Juncture,
and brought Robinson back to the shore and
took him to the station.
Apprehended nt Lout.
John Butler, the lat of the trio who
were Indicted about lx months ago for
rnhlilng Mrs. Annie Fitzgerald, ot South
Washington, of a potketoook containing
quite a unj of money, was arrested Satur
day by the Fourth precluct police. The
other two member of the gang, Pol
Green and Tub Boiallwood, are now serv
ing a term of six years" Imprisonment for
TUe Morning, Evening nnct Sunday
Times delivered to your hoiike cost
you hut 1 2-3 cents a day, or 50 cents
a jnontb, I
Dr. Kent Compares the Past With
the Present Civilization.
New Ordor of King nn Arlaon.
Those WUo Itulo by Superior
Ability and CuuuIiil;.
The People's Church dosed yesterday the
fourth year since It was established and
the pastor, Rev. Alexander Kent, in his
morning sermon told of Its work nnd Its
purposes. He said that It differed from Vie
churches usually spoken of as orthodox, in
that its purpose is to make men happy here
rather than lo save them from eternal hell
for au eternal heaven.
The People's Church has been mainly use
fullnsowiugtheseedsofthetrutb.tbeccntral thought of the gospel of Christ that God Is
thel atheraud allmen brothers.
"No form of civilization has cxlsted,v
hesaid, "thatdoes not Imply an antagonism
ofinterestbetweenracesandbet ween classes.
The solidity ot humanity, the absolute Im
possibility of any part of the human race
really and permanently lifting Itself up by
oppressing and degrading another Is a con
viction that has never found embodiment
iu any social structure.
"The founders of the American" Republic
came closer to this conception ttian any
others, that ever attempted the building of
a nation. The great principles upon which
they based the right and duty of self-goveru-nient
were principles rooted in this tact..
"But they were not wise enough to see
that In breaking away from the old po
litical Institutions and ideas they were In
augurating a revolution that could only
bc-huivessful as it reshaped and remolded ail
Institutions as well.
"They did not tee that In Importing Into
this country the Industrial ideas and in
stitutions that had grovn up under the old
notions of caste ai.d class they were laying
the foundation ot a tyranny more puwerful
and ruthless than that from which they
were seeking to escape.
"The doctrine that might makes right
discarded in iwlllics, was honored and
glorified In industry. The people emanci
pated themsches from the rule of political
oppressors only to fall into the hands of in
"Under the spur and stimulus of the
prizes offered to enterprise nnd Industry
lu the field of comiietltive effort the strong
and cunning have been forging to the frout,
gctting control of industries and finances,
and. In utter disregard of the general weal,
enriching themselves at the ext ense of the
"A new order of kings has arisen and they
claim to rule by divire right the right ot
superior ability, shrewdness, smartness,
"foresight as much as any kirgs of old.
We have money kings, and railroad kings,
and oil kings, and a host of other kings, nnd
they all lelieve themselves a superior order
of beings, made lo rule, and they look upon
the masses as Inferior stuff, fit only to
serve, and growing less and less fit for that.
"Wo deny utterly that superior ability
Involves any such right. On the con
trary, wc affirm that nil ability Is ours
only for service, and that superior ability
always carries with it the superior obliga
tion. It has a divine right to control In
the affairs ot the nation, but only for the
common good. Our rulers should be-preeminently
Ue admitted the Inability of the People's
Church, In common with allother ehurcbrs,
to put Into full practice the principles
announced, but hoped they had glimpses
of the higher grounds and were approach
He closed by calling attention to the
danger from thegrecd of the tobacco manu
facturers. "No other evil here." said he, "is com
parable in Its ravages upon the virility
of our young men to the cigarette habit.
The manufacturers of the cigarette are
well aware of this fact."
FIRST BAY ,
We start our series
of Daily Sales with
f wonderful bargains in f
Kew and handsome designs of
Worsted Plaids 10 different
patterns, sultabto for Chil
drona Dresses. llegular
A fccautltul lint of 83-lnch
rialds, worth 25a
English orsted Kovelty Plaids
42 Inches wide. Cannot he du-.
plicated for less than 50a
Black Figured Mohairs 36 inch
es wide, ltegular Taluo 49c.
Black and Navy all-wool Serge,
S6-tucn. Kegular 32c quality.
Black sllk-Onlshod Henriettas
and Frenh Serges, 45 Inches
wide. Good valuo at ?3a
For a full Dross pattern (8 yds.)
of SS-iuch wool mixture. Well
For best Dre3smakers'Cambrlc,
For good quality Silesia, worth
Excellent quality Haircloth,
We also offor on Monday 150 dozsn
largo size Towels, worth 10c
At n cents each.
SO dozen ot Urge Tred Napkins, worth
10c (warranted fast colors)
At Q cents each.
ftfifi 7hh Qf- tnA 100
1926 Penn. Ave. ' !
?nd 2 w wn't
ana :. wo will
We also will
Grand Fall Opening
New York Ave., bet. 13th and 14th Sts.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2.
TIIIS SOLID OAK, TOLISIIED FINISHED CHAMBER SUITE. Lanls msl7 carreil. 2ll
bsreled French mirror In dresser. 2 large nnd 2 small drawers, 2 drnwoisiu wasbsiantt, nil
roouuted with heavy brass handles. lCqcular price, 3.00. Opening days price at THEIUNK,
S17.T1 CAbllOK CltEDU'.
NEGROES AND THE SALOON
Large Attendance of Colored People
at Anti-Saloon League Meeting.
Addresses by Hots. F. I). Tower nnd
Wulter Brooks T. A. Manilla
That the colored people of the city are
by the la rge attendance at the mas? meeting
held by that organization yesterday after
noonattheXlnetecnthStreetllaptistCliurch. The meeting was presided over by Eev.
F. V . Fower, of the Vermont Avenue Church,
chaplain of tho league, and opened with
congregational singing, foMowcd with
prayer by Rev. Walter II. Itrooks, pastorot
tho church. -Within the chancel rail were
Vlce-Frcsldent Joseph L. Ewln, T. A.
Maupin, grand chancellorof Good Templars,
Mr. J. B. lilackstord, treasurer, and Mr. A.
X. Bhumakcr, attorney for the league.
Among tho other representatives present
were Mrs. James A. Gillemvater, secretary.
Ituv. Dr .Power was the first speaker,
lie briefly outlined the object and purpose
of the anti Saloon League. Its wants, he
said, were plain, to plain that there was no
mistaking them, and the help and assistance
of all Christian people wns asked to further
their endeavors to rid the country ot the
This nuestlon. he said, concerned the
colored people nnd be felt sure they would
do their part. Aa a clats, he said, they were
true to themselves and true to their country.
The next ipeakcr was" Mr. T. A. Maupin
who, by the way. Is a bureau of statistical
information on all matters connected with
the cause of temperance. lie quoted sta
tistics to show that the continued ravages
of war and pestilence, of which to much is
said, are a mere bagatelle compared with
the hundreds of thousands swept from the
face of the earth every year through intem
perance. Mr. Maupin paid a high compliment to
the trustworthiness of character of the
colored people, which he Illustrated by
their faithfulness lo their masters during
the time of the war.
The meeting closed with a short talk
by Mr. Sliumaker, who toldhow the work ot
the league was prosecuted. He asked the
people not to be backward It they knew
of anything that would help them to
sbutuporpreventlheopenlngof a saloon.
During the intermissions m1os were ren
dered by Mr.-Elklns, of the Metropolitan
A. M. E. Church, and Mrs. Brooks, ot St.
Dined by the Mnsons.
The Masonic friends of Mr. John Gib
eon, of the firm of Gibson brothers, the
printers, who has Just returned from a
European trip, on Friday gave nlm a
banquet at U. T. Warwick's. Among those
present were: Thomas Soroervillc, D.
Frasler. W. H. Walker, W. II. Smith, E.
G. Schaefer, Gcorgo Gibson, William Rupp,
II. L. Curtln, L. A. Llttlcfield. John II.
Small. W. H. Harden, Dr. Little, Charles
Snyder. W. Easton, L. M. Taylor, D. W.
Cleaver, Samuel Raub and W. s. Boose.
Jiicycllst Hurt His Eye.
While riding a bicycle alongDe!aware
avenue northeast about 8 o'clock Batur-
k day night J. K. Mansfield, residing at No.
too n sireec norinweni, icn irom ine ma
chine, nnd striking the street, cut a deep
gash over his right eye. lie was removed
to the Emergency Hospital in the Sixth
precinct patrol wagon .and Dr. Short
lldgc rendered medical aid, after which
the Injured man was removed to his home.
TO THE LADIES,
TO THE LADIES.
invited to attend
rtJPPVi?"" WEDNESDAY. September 30, October 1
display afull assort monc or
?nd THmmfniLlH Jaekojs. Opera Wraps, Collars. Neck Scarfs, Muff3,
and Trimming made out of any kind of fur Imaginable.
display a full assortment of
Consisting or Jackets. Cloth. Plush and Velvet Capes, ready-made suits and
separate skirts. I O percent, discount on all goods during the opening days.
THE HUDSON BAY oraakncdompany.
519 Eleventh SL N. W. MARTIN WOLF, Manager.
RECEIVING LIBERTY BELL
Elaborate Programme Prepared for
the Event at the Exposition.
Woman's Congress "Will Begin ItsSei-
slons This Week", nud Woiuuu'h
Atlanta, Ga., Sept, 29. Great prepara
tions are being made here for the m-eptlon
of the Liberty Bell. The day set apart Is
October 9, when a committee will take
iharge of the bell and tarry It to the ex
position grouuds with military escort amid
great pomp nnd pageant. The military
parade will be organized with divisions of
United States Infantry and the militia of
Georgia and other States.
On the arrival of the procession at the
exposition grounds the lollowlng will be
the programme: Musk-, "Hall Colum
bia;" address of weleome, by Mayor Porter
King, of Atlanta; refponsc by Mayor War
wick, of PhlladeIphla;musle,"StarSpangled
Banner." by Gilmore's Band; address, by
Gov. W- Y. Atkinson, of Georgia; musU',
"Exposition March," by Gilmore's Band;
address, C. A. Collier, president and director
general of the Cotton States and Interna
tlnal Exposition; music, "Dixie." by Gil
more's Band, and salute of thirteen guns to
the Liberty Bell.
To morrow will be devoted to the formal
opening of the Woman's Building at the ex
position. An elaborate programme has
been prepared. Addresses will be delivered
by Mrs. Joseph Thompson, president of the
association; J. Temple Graves, and otbers.
Music will be furnished by an onhestra of
twenty-five young ladies of the Southern
Tho first week In October promises to be
an Important one at the Cotton States and
International Exposition. On Tuesday,
October 1, the Texas Press Association;
the Southern Mining Convention, and the
Woman's Congresses will be In session.
On Wednesday the Minnesota Tress As
sociation, 160 strong, accompanied by the
governor of the State, will arrive. The
same day the Georgia Bar Association will
convene. On Friday tho Tennessee Eress
Association will arrive. On every day of
the week some section of the Woman's Con
gress will be in session.
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Constipation, Impure Blood.
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2 tines on the wrapper.
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Ladies are often
sorely puzzled how
to vary the menu of
their tables the
season will soon be
here, -when it is hard
to get a variety of
Nowhere in the
city can you find
such a variety as at
our stores. "We
make a specialty of
keeping the finest
ble, and all kinds of
fruits in season.
A Telephone order will recetre
c&roful attention, and purchases
aro always delivered promptly
I EMRICH BEEF CO.
et Main Market 11B-ni2 32.1 StreiSJT.W S
(i Telephone JIT. branch Markets mi i
ji 24th st. nw; vuat Ilthet. n; Sth and if
SS its ut. SET M st. nw. ast and K sa. nt;
iS 15 Ind. Ave. nw; 1th and I sts. nw; 4m s
and I sts. nw; 20ta st and Pa. Ara nw; SS
i 1SIL SL and X Y. Atol nw. i
which wo have been using
Intcly for our window dis
rlayhave become slightly
dlsfiznrcd from the effects
of tho sun shining on the
nrnlsh. They are perfect
on the interior and have a
magnificent tone. The reg
ular price of the instrument
is 5350, but wc will make a
special "drive" with them
each. Remember, they aro
fnlly warranted for six
years. ISoth have the third
or lock pedal.
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925 Pa. Ave. B25 Pa. Ave.
514 Ninth St N. W.
Great Sale To-day.
Money Sayers on E?ery Item.
Cool weather. Onr Tllor-miiiIe Cope
at 93a Is Just tho proper welcht and
stylo for cool mornings and creu.
inra. Very drossy, and worth J'iOUA
This Elecnnt Black Flcured Brllllnn
UneSklrt, Lined all ihrouch. JIade
in the most fashionable styles, and
never sold for less than StOO. To
day at 1 (,9.
All. Wool Sorso Skirt, lined all
through. Tailor made, and fully
worth ICO. To day only fi69
The Tery latest our now Golt Skirt,
Just the proper weight for this sea
son. Worth 31.50. Today, only Wc.
514 Ninth St. N. W.
WILKINS & COMPANY,
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