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THi3 MOENING TIMS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER fi, 1895.
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Dress Lining: News.
Wool Moreen for
Skirts will bathe prop
er thing this Fall. We
are prepared. We
bought our stock early
since then they have
advanced in price. We
have all grades. Old
prices still remain
ticketed. Come in to
d ay and let us
show the line to you, in
Black, Gray, Cream
This (Melaine Bag, 75s.
Made of Seal Leather,
with outside pocket and TCC
leather hanJIes 13
Black Fine Cotton Hose,
medium or heavy OCC
Ladies' Extra Heavy
Welpht Hermsdorf QCC
Black Fine Cotton Hose UJ pair
3 pair for SI.OO.
Ladles' Opera Lensth rnC
Fine Cotton Hose Ull pair
Leather and Jersey I QC
Knea Protectors I O
Laflies Giogpam Aprons, lie.
They are full size and made
of the very best Washable
Gingham, nicely hemmed.
East Ammcnia, S3 To-day.
jwfci cjjvjo: ?
8 420, 422. 424, 426 7tli St .f
"When we ask you to hur
ry we MEAN IT; when
we reduce prices it's time
to get your HAT.
chance to walk fast.
One MassWe Hall Hack elecant.y
carved unusuitlr Urge French
bevol plate mirror large toi re
ceptacle sldo arm umbrella
incJvS a xnagnllcont piece of lur
uituio wor h W. It educed to....
Another Solid Oak Hall Rack elab
orately carvoj large seat side
arm umbrella stands beautiful
French bevel plate mirror re
Jest a few Couches upholstered In
Tapestry IS springs they will Q rn
not boollcrod again at 4)TauU
Is good for aiything we've got
weekly or monthly payments
no notes no interest. All
carpet made and laid free of
cost no charge for waste in
Between H and I Sts.
Volume and Quality
of Tone are Com
bined in Kimballj
Tho mechanical construc
tion of erery Kimball Pianola
absolutely faultless the touch
is easy and responsive and
the casing and finish accord
with tha most artistic furniture
of modern times The Kimball
always gives Infinite satlsfao
All the Latest Sheet Musla
I1IO F St. N. W.
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I11CKEY October 4, at CUSO a. in., Dav Id
Hickry, nged :1T years.
Notice of fuuiT.il li'-rcafter. Frcm his
lefcldcuce, No. 316 C street northeast.
GALLAGHER On Friday, October 4,
pt 2:40 p. m., Ida M., beloved daughter of
Michael and .Katie Gallagher, aged seven
yeirs, seven months, and ruur davs. -
Funeral private from rldence. Xo. r20
Elsth street southeast, Saturday at 2 p rn.
Edward, son ot Lukeand Grace Madhon.
Funeral services Snnday, October G,
from hU late residence, 10G F street north
trait, at 2 p. in. Relatives and friends in
vited to attend.
, (Denver, Col., papers please copy.)
CARES FOR MRS. CLEVELAND
An Old Colored "Mammy" Who
May Descend on Society.
Same of tlio Seuson'K Debutantes.
MurrliiRtf of MIrs Ixubel nrondt
uiid Air. Joliu II. Walker.
It is highly probable that a certain good
lady, who monopolized the shampooing
business of the fashionable set last sea
son. Is about to huo a formidable rival
in her profession. Ifls rumored that a'
old-fashioned colored "mummy" up at
Marion, Mass., contemplates a descent
on Washington, with the recommendatlouof
having, as sho expresses it, "done been an'
done Mrs. CIe eland's hyar, all summer."
Tho woman in question, has nude quite
a record for herself by her clever caro
or tho tresses ot the "first lady of the
laud," and ir she decides to settle at tlio
Capital will doubtless find plenty of cus
tom. Tho proper treatment of the raen,
black, bronze, brown, auburn, or golden
locks of society's matrons and maids Is a
grav c question, far more serious even than
its stylo of arr.ingeuieut.
And tlieu there aie the men "vanity of
vaultlcs" they, too, possess a dread of
glossv temples and gleamiug crowns, and
many and surreptitious have been tho
visits, paid to the ii-isseuse ot pules who
List -winter was the fad.
Two juung women who had submitted
their curls to "Mammy's" gentle caressic
brushlngs, this musou at Marion, were
discussing jesterday. the possibility of
the influence of this bundjunacd possi
bility, at this time, when the Atlanta
Ex position so strengthening to bouUiern In
fluence. It was highly proliable the de
termined that what was once known as
"wrap pin." would lake the place ot
ripples and waves, aud "figure eights"
and the coiffure a la pickaumny be tho
newest thing for debutantes.
Let "Mammy" come.
will be Miss Ilockhlll, daughter of Mr. nock
hill. Assistant Secretary of State-; Miss
Skerritt, daughter of Admiral Skerritt; Miss
Ashrord ai-d Miss Alice Langhorne. Mis
Lnnghorne ranks among the finest eques
triennes In t be city, and has won theappro
batlon ot the oldest and w isest hunters by
her daring cross country riding. Miss
Einllv Thomas, daughter ot Judge Thomas,
Attorney General of the Post-office.
Department, will also grace Washington so
ciety for the first time.
Mrs. Goodman, daughter In-lawotcx-GoV.
Goodman, of Maine, bat Deer Park, Mil.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. lUU are at homo
It 1721 II street. Mrs. Hill returned to
tlieclty Wednesday after a pleasanlsiiuimer
at Saratoga Like, S. Y.
Gen. G. Norman Lleber left last night
for New Vork to meet Mrs. Lleber. the
Misses Lleber and Dr. TrancH Lleber,
who arrived this morning ia the steam
ship La Touralne. The Misses Lkber
have been abroad more than a jrar pi r
rccting their musical and linguistic edu
cation. Dr. Francis Lleber has been spend
ing many months visiting the hospitals
or Germany, France, Austria and lltissia,
and v. Ill practice here.
Father Paul UenolJs,or Frederick, Mil.,
the new assistant at St. Matthew's Church.
Is In the dty.'at No. 1014 K street north
west. Mrs. Ilarnes, Mount Vernon Regent, ac
companied by her daughter. Mr?. Hart well
Hclli, has returned to htr home. No. 1722
II street northwest. They spent the sum,
mer pleasantly in Winchester, Va.
Congressman Leonard, ot Pennsylvania,
Is in the city, stopping at the Elsmere
Mrs Howard Crnby and family will
take pwscssioii of their apartmtnts at the
Richmond, November 1.
Miss Isabel Brandt, daughter or Mr Carl
L Brandt, the artl;t, and Mr Jchn BrisLen
Walker, son of tl.e publisher, both of Hast
irgs, N T , were married In New York
city October 2 It itai a runaway match,
although the ergagement was approved by
both families Miss Brai dt is a loicly girl
of eighteen, w ho has been niiichadmired here
and in Savannah, Ga The groom is a
graduate of Georgetown University, and
connected with the publication of tl.e Cos
Mr Yen Shlng Ho, Fccrelary of the
Chinese legation, will be charge d'affaires
during the absence abroad of the minister,
Mr Yang Yu Mrs. Yang Yu will remain
Mrs George Wlllets is the guest of Mrs.
Calvin Bricc, at Newport.
Lord Terence Blackwood, whose wire was
Miss riora Davis, daughter of Mr John
Davis, will shortly leave Pans to take a
position in the foreign office at London.
Mr. Leonard Runyon, son of the United
Slates ambassador to Germany, will be
among the ushers at the marriage of Mis?
Johnson to Mr. Walter Smith at Mount
Morris, N 1'., Tuesday, October 8.
Capt. Cook, U. S. N., and family are at
the Richmond tor the winter.
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss
Mary Virginia Swan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William D. Swan, to Mr. Harvey N
Dorsey at Gunton Temple Memorial Church
Wednesday evening, OctoberD, at S o'clock.
Col. and Mrs. William Gorham Rice have
leased their home in Albany, N. Y and
will occupy the Bissell House on K street
for the winter.
Miss Berenice Stockton, cousin o
Frank Stockton, the novelist, was married
Thursday to Mr. John C. Jannupoulo, a. dis
tinguished Greek, at the Talmer House,
The Japanese minuter, Mr. Kurlno, Is
In New York.
United States Consul G. A. Von Unpen
and Mrs. Von Llneen sailed from South
ampton Tor New York on the steamship
Spree, October 3.
Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant has selected tho
former residence of Senator Edmunds, of
Vermont, No. 2111 Massachusetts ave
nue, as her home, and with Mrs. Sartoris
and her family will be established there.
Sir Julian rnuncefotc, British ambas
sador, is visiting the Governor General of
The marriage of Miss Irene Langhorn
to Mr. C. Dana Gibson, the artist, will
take place at Richmond, November 7.
The wedding of Mr. Mcrritt O. Chance,
ot the rourth Assistant Postmaster Gener
al's office, to Miss Euterpe Fitzgerald, of
Mount Vernon, III., will occur Tuesday,
October 15, at the home ot the bride.
Cards have been issued by Mr. and Mrs.
William F. Reed Tor Hie marriage of their
daughter, Edna, to Mr. Malvern H. Price,
Tlrarrda morning. October 1 7, at! 0 o'clock.
The ceremony will take place at Calvary
Mr. A. G. Heaton, the artist, entertnlnecV
a rmall company nt lunch yesterday after
noon, to meet Mr. EdwinHoff-and wife, and
Miss Finlayson, of Miss KusseH's company.
After lunch the guefts were Invited Into the
arllf t's studio, where coffee and cigars were
dieMnseil and a very pleasant afternoon
was sjient with music and In reviewing the
studies made by the artist during1 bis stay
in the mountalnsthls.summcr.
Secretary Hoke Smith lias gone to hto
home In Georgia to remain about a week.
Among the societies receiving the Lib
rrty Be'j nt the. Pennsylvania Railroad
station yesterday one or the most prom
inent was the Continental Chapter, Daugh
ters of the America Kcrolutloolead by
the resent, Mrs. Bulllnger, who gracefully
presented the bell 'with a huge wreath of
crimson roses and which was most gal
lnntlv rwelvpd Itr Air. W. F. Hrown. hetvl
J of the committee from Philadelphia, who
replied to Mrs. Ballinger and the ladles by
lier side In n charming Impromptu BiiceUi.
Mr. Brown's words were eloquent, patriotic
and wholly appropriate. When he ceased
speaking the regent, Mrs. Balllugcr, stepped
forward nud tied the flowers on the bell
with a large exquisite white ribbon bow.
Mr. Brown and one of his colleagues grace
fully decorated the ladies with beauti
ful Liberty Bell badges .
The W. N. P. A. met In the parlors of the
Rlggs House last evening and the following
were admitted to mcmtiorshlp:
Mrs. E. B. Smith, Brockport, N. Y.; Mrs.
PIo Jamison Miller. Moullcello, III.; Mrr
Inez Jamison Bender, Decatur, 111.; Mrs.
Clare II. Burleigh. Athol, Mass.; Mrs.
Rachel w. Greulicli, Chicago, 111.; Mrs.
Florence O. McCIellaud. Chicago, III.;
Mrs. Olive Enuls Illte. Albuquerque, N.
M.; Mr. F. W. Gresharu. Washington, D.
C; Mrs. Carrie B. Kllgore, Philadelphia,
Mrs. B. A.Lockwood rcada paper. "The
New Woman." which the Is to read on
Lawyers' Day atttlauta.
The following rueinliers were present:
Mrs. Sperry. president; Mrs. Ilelva A.
Lockwood, vice president; Mrs. Mary M.
Norih. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Mary
8. Gist, treasurer; Mrs. Anna M. Hamilton,
recording tccretary; Mrs.E. S. Cromwell.
Mrs. Mary S. Lockwood. Mrs. D. T. Voor
his. M rs. M. L. O'Donoghuc, .Mrs. M. E.
Moore. Mrs. P. M. Stocking, Miss Lilian
Pike, Miss Georgie Snow, Mlss-M. E.
Torrence. Miss B. V. Sherwood, Miss M.
The new rectory bt Grace Protestant Epis
copal Church will bo ready Tor occupancy
October 10, when It will be taken possession
or by the rector, with a lienedlctlon ser
vice rirst iu the church and then in the
rectory, which adjoins the church to the.
north. This will be the first time in many
that mhIi a service on the opening ot a
new hojse has taken place In Alexandria.
Josi-ph Clark Is locked up In the police
station on a charge or assaulting and
beating his wife, Ella Clark, jesterday
morning. It Is alleged that the man,
while drunk, went to hl3 home. In the
First ward, and tiecausc household matters
did not suit lilm lie beat his wife, hurting
her quite badly.
At the last meeting of Andrew Jackson
Lodge or Masons, this city, a mcmorlafad
drcss in respect to the memory of ttie late
Frank A. Reed was delivered by Mr. James
E. Alexander. A large crajon portrait ot
Mr. Iteed, who was one ot the past officers
of the lodge, has lieen placed on exhibi
tion in the lodgcroora.
The police cominissloners, at their meet
ing next week, willhavetoe'.ec-tahuccchsor
to Officer James Griffin, who resigned
from the force to enter the employ of the
George R. Hill Company. There are al
ready about twenty five applicants for
The Alexandria city council will resume
Its trl-weekly meetings on Tuesday night
next, when It will hold Its first regular
meeting since July. At this meeting the
election of a keeper of the alms and work
house will come up, and the candidates for
the office are hustling for It. A large
will. It Is expected, be reported by the
Judio Norton, In the corporation court
yesterday, appointed Mr. John T. Nails a
trustee of the First Baptist Church, in
place of Thomas A Groves, resisred.
A handsome new statue of the Blessed
Virgin Mnry, which has recently arrived
from Italy, was erected on the O'Kane
memorial altar iu St. Mary's Catholic
Church jesterday. The altar Is a beau
tlful work or art, and Is attracting much
Tile many rriends of Mi3 Maggie Mc
Douough In this city have received cards
to her marriage to Mr. Tram Is II. Ber
najgh, in St. Mark's P. B. Church. In Wash
ington, on Wednesday, October 1G.
KENSINGTON NEWS NOTES.
A well-attended meeting of the Dorcas
Society or the Waren Mcmori.il Presby
terian Church, was laid on Wednesday
morning at the Lome of il.sa Lima. Kay.
'ino cicclictu ut cilic?re rcsuitai as loi
lows. President, Mrs. A. II. Klnuear;
vice president, Mrs. Alpiiouse Hart; treas
urer, Airs. T. It. Maruu; stcretar). Miss
Elm.1 n.iy. Arrangements wtre nude lor
Hie oyster supper to be held October 15
and lo, jn the nrstlloor of the new Town
lljll. The ladled of the Dorcas Socicty
will entertain the ministers or the l'res
bjtery upon their meeting here, October a.
Rev. James A. Marshall, or lioottiwyu.
Pa., is the guest or his sou, Itev. James
Mr. Vernon Walsh, who has been visiting
Ills uncle, lien. Getty, tor the past tcvu
Diuiitiw, left last vveeK lo attend Hie btale
University, or Virginia.
Miss Jane Kclduiejer, or Annapolis, lias
been visiting her cousin. Miss .ilcn.i i lack.
.Miss L.izzie Windom Is the guest or menus
Miss Darby, or Dawsonville, Is visiting
heroisler.Mrs. William L. Lewis, orFawcett
Mr. Percy 8. Hughes has removed from
nushliutuii Urove into the Dorsey house,
recently occupied by Dr. George U. bamson.
Mrs. A. 1-. Miner, or ljiiKiou, ouutii
Dakota, is tho guest or her brother, Mr.
J. i. Slock, or Lincoln Placo. Upon her
return to l.uuuou, in .icoupie or uioiitiis,
her daughter, .Miss Nellie Miner, who has
made Keiiusingloii Iicrhome for the past
two years, will accompany her.
Mrs. A. K. Phillips, or 1 redericksburg.
Va.. Is visiting at Carroll Pfcice. the home
or Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Warner-
Miss AnueiU King, illss Mabel King.
Miss Regina 1 owler. Misses Grace and
Estelle rowler, Mrs W. W. Fowler. Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Fowler.or Washington. are
the guests or Mr. and Mrs. Ed win C. Fowler,
or Valley Lawn. Miss Hodge, win) lias
been Mrs. Fowler's guest for the past
week, has returned to her home In Wash
ington. The regular rail meeting or the Presby
tery or Washington will be held at the
Warner Memorial Presbyterian Church on
Monday and Tuesday next. Dr. G. M
Luccock, tho retiring moderator, wlllpreach
on Monday evening at 7:30. The Tuesdar
meetings will be devoted to business, it
Is expected that the acceptance or Dr.
Talmage will be received during the meet
ing. Among the many prominent Washing
ton ministers who will be in attendance aro
Rev. Adolos Allen, Dr. B. F. Rlttlnger.
Dr. T. C. Eastoii, Dr.T. S: Hamlin, and lit:
The Anacostla bridge caught fire yea
terdav alternoon at the smith nr AnnrvwH
end from some unknown cause. The blaze
caine irom under the noorlng and for
awhile It looked as though a serious con
flagration might result.
I'filiccman Farquhar was one of the first
to discover the Jlre. Water buckets were
procured from stores near at hand, and
with an ax some boards were ripped up.
Alter half an hour's hard work the blaze
was put out and trarric resumed across
the structure. It is thought the blaze was
caused Iy the telegraph and telephone wires
coining In contact with each other.
Ellis Rollins, living at Gtcsboro. has re
ported to the police that an outhouse on
his rarm was broken open the olher night
and robbed or several articles.
Cornelius Sturtevant. who was arrested
several days ago on a charge r assault
and battery, was again arrested last night
on n similar charge. The complalu.uit this
time is Mary Smith.
Mr. J. J. Darlington and ramlly have re
moved to Washington for the winter.
Mrs. Martha Barrows and Miss Alice Bar
rows have been the guests ot Mrs. H. W.
Blanc hard Tor u Tew days.
Mr. Eugene Bicksler, of Ohio, Is visit
ing his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Bicks
ler. Mrs. B. II .BrendyandMiss A mandaBready
arc visiting relatives in Philadelphia.
Miss Bell Kcnf leld is spendtug a few days
Miss Eva MUCenn will take up her resi
dence in the city tor the present.
A Hint for Ilonsc-Clennlnc
(Written for The Times.)
Experience has taught the writer that
the matting ot several summers' v,ir is su
perior to paper to lay under carpets. Tho
paper holds the dust, which Is constantly
rising to annoy and increase labor durjng
the winter. Malting, on the contrary,
allows the dust to silt through t the floor,
while at the same time it gives warmth and
Lift the matting if necessary, shake nnd
sun well. Wipe up the floor and relay,
putting in a few tacks to prevent slipping.
Lay and tack yourcarpeuiriulyand you will
find the result most satisfactory.
It's now tha choice of the
bost drossocl man In Wash
ington, for It can bo put on
without spoiling the bosom
or ruffling tho hair. MJu3t
like a coat' tolls tne whole
etory. Another good thlnrr
It's a SI. 25 Shirt for
314 and 316 7th St.
ENDEAVORERS WERE HOSTS
Union Presidents and Protestant
Pastors Given a Eeception.
Ciilvury BnptUt Church Socle-ty 1'ro-
viilc-d u Delightful Musical mid
The reception tendered the District Chris
tian Endeavor Union, the presidents or the
different societies and the pastors ot all the
Protestant churches in the city at the Cal
vary Baptist Church last evening by the
Christian Endeavor Society or tli.it church
wa largely attended, and the occasion
proved ono or the moat enjoyable social
cv cms or the season.
Representatives lrom all the local so
cieties, together with many of their
rrieuds, vv creiire-sentandndelightfulmusleal
and literary programme was rendered In the
reveptlon room of the church. MissAuua J.
111. president of Hie Calvary soclety.attcd
as master of ceremo,uies, aud utter deliv
crliii a lew remarks or welcome to the
YUlung societies and their oriiec-rs, intro
duced Mr. MKes'M. fahur.d, president of
Hie District bniori
Mr Miami, as usulil, had a great many
Interesting and itnusiug thiugs to say
about the union nui) its nurkers. A solo
w.ii renuered by AIlss Helen' McKcever
and greatly cnjdjetl. Miss Lucy Morti
mor iia iil a violin solo, Mr. Percy
Foster sang a couplv or comic songs, and
.Miss Slc Brocket! delivered several reci
tations, whicii evoked much applause.
A Tew remaiki. appropriate to the occa
sion were made by uev. Dr. Ilamllre, of
the Church, of the GoveiaLt. Rev h. H.
Greene, pastor of tlie-Cmvary Church, who
has just returnctt from his bummer vaca
tion, was luroduccd as the last good
thing ou the programme, and lie was
luurtily welcome iC mil oiily bj his own
congregation, but, by all present. Dr
Gneiie, after expressing his thanks for
the warm rcoetitiorl, uellvered a brief
address on the work of tho Christian
Eudeuvor Union. -
After a short prayer by Rev. Dr. Tatch,
or the Gunton Memorial Temple, the
gue-sts retired to the large room on U,e
lowe r rioor, where they were sen ed with
an laborate supper.
Among those present were Mr. J. Reynold
Dniikurd. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dufour, Miss Rose
A Davidson, M-ss Katharine A htickuey,
Mr. la. H. Greene. Mr. John Mciuaii. Jr.
Mr. John II.izz.ird, Rev. Dr. Van Ness, J udge
and Mrs. Anson 8. Taylor. Rev Howard
Willi, ir I'niiis. itev. (i. O. Little. Miss
Ethel K. Foster. Rev. N. C. Najkir. Rev.
Dr. Bliss. MISs M. I.. Blllllll, ut. v,. i.
iThiiiis Mr II. c MeiKiir. Mr. and Mrs.
George Judd, Miss Mable Stlckney, Miss
Anna A. Prentiss. Mr. P. II. Hrlstow, Miss
Mary K. Bond, Mr. baniuel T Smllli. Miss
v,.tfio It ltmwnf. Mrs. Mattie Bartletu
Miss Mary H. Bond, Miss Lula Bailey, Miss
Edll'i Coyle, Miss Jessie Hodsklus. Miss
Blanche Hewlett, Miss Llllle Major. Miss
Alice Prentiss. Miss Mary Seibold. Mlsse
Kate and Sadie Wlilte, illss Bessie Wilson,
Miss Minnie Roberts. Mrs. Copeland. Mr.
L. A. Cowman. Mrs. J. G. Drew. Mr. G. J.
Mason. Mrs. Wadding. Mrs. F. 8. Browne
Mr. L. -M. Ferguson. Mr.N.isli L. Cook, Mr.
J. E. Kennedy. Mr. J. F. Phillips. Mr.
Harry Perkins. Mr. M. M.Sh.iud. Dr. Ji sle
Bhoiip. Mr. A. It. Thornton, Mr. Harry C.
Wilson. Mr. Albert Humphrey, and Mr.
E. C. Schneider.
1'I.ANS OF THE JUNIOIlS.
l'risshvterlnn Union Will Support a
Japiiii't-o Hove' Homo In 'Frisco.
The quarterly m-clins ot the Presby
terian Christian Endeavor Union was held
last evening at the Western rresbvtenan
Church, ou II street, between Nineteenth
and Twentieth streets northwest. As the
union Is deeply Interested in foreign mls
iona rv work the occa sion was made doubl y
enjoyable by an Interesting lecture v.v Dr.
C. J. Laffln. a fellow or the Rojai Geo
graphical Society, who spent many years
among the natives In the Interior or Africa,
and who has hlnisc.lt- done a great deal or
missionary work. .
The meeting wasconductedby Rev. How
ard Wilbur EunLs. ixistor or the church
and was opened with prayer by Rev.
Tennis 8. Hamlin, pastor or the Church ol
the Covenant, who was followed by Rev.
Dr. Alexander, of the West Street Presby
terian Church, who read the scripture
After the reading of the minutes or the
last meeting Mrs. T. S. Haml'n. chairman
or a special committee whose duty was to
suggest or devise some special interesting
work Tor the Junior branch, reported that
It was decided to submit two propositions
for the earnest consideration or the Juniors.
As this branch is deeply intrn-sb-d both
In borne nnd foreign missionary work,
Mrs. Hamlin suggested that It -undertake
the establishment of a school for the na
tives or Jaiian. and also the establishment
or a "Japanese Home" In San Francisco.
Cal.. where on the arrival or Japanese
boys they could be properlv cared for.
Rev. Mr. Ennis said he tl.ou&tit the sug
gestions were good awl he heartily Indorsed
them. He also read' a very encouraging
letter rrom Mr. Pomuel Jeffrey, saperln
tendent of the mission farm at Asheville.
N. C. which gave a" detailed account or
progress made. Tbey were getting on
finely but were Inmeed of clothing.
Mr. Ennis explained that It was only
"second-hand" clothing that they expected,
whereupon some onemoved that a "second
hand clothing Ftntlon" be established to
meet this demand. ".,..,
Mrs. Hamlin p.-lrrt she had had a great
deal ot experience In such matters and
suggested plans Tor contributions to a
Christmas lwx. which were accepted as a
satisfactory settlement of the matter.
Rev. Dr. Radcliffe. pastor of the New
York Avenue Prcfhyterian i Cliiuvli. who
was In the audience, was then called on.
He spoke on the necefslty and advisability
ot united action and said that cvvrvlwdy
should be loyal to their own denomination.
Dr. Lnftlii's lecture was Illustrated with
numerous stereoptleon views.
Foundry Church Snndny-Scuool Rally.
Arrangements areS being made to observe
Sunday next as Rally Day In the Sunday
school ot Foundry Methodist Episcopal
Church, Fourteenth and G streets north
west. Floral -decorations will add to tho
attractiveness of the room, and special
music will be provided tor the occasion,
Including a soprano solo by Miss Grace
Altschu. The lesson ot the day en "The
Tinio or the Judges," will be studied In
the classes, and the whole school will
then be assembled tor general exercises,
beginning at 10:15 a. ru. Former mem
bers and friends are Invited, together
with all those who are now enrolled In
Licenses to marry have been Issued as
Joseph K.Egger.ot Denver, Col., and Settle
Glaner. of Alzey, Germany.
Edward B. Gordon and Nellie "C. Odom.
John NelsoaaridMary Johnson.
Wlllla lucas and Julia TVUll
Perfect Paris'an effects la
newest and swelleit styles ot
Trimmed Hats, Toiues und
Bouneta. KxquUtta t Ira
mluga of imported Kloirera,
Ilumes, Aigrettes, iilaek Vel
vet liblnestnne, iteel and CfQ QQ
Jot effects at $UiU0
Misses' and Children's
Crotchens and Reefers.
A epeclal drive of J Fine.
Children's aud Mlsses'el retch
ens and Reef era in r lain and
fanoyeffocls I to IU ltegu- CO QO
lartS, JIM aud o values, at. jlij.OO
Havo you seen tho 18 Suits 'ffP QQ
vre aro sellin: for syJ.eJO
75c and $1 Felt Hats, 39c
Wool Felt Hats In all shapos,
colors and blocks. Including
hhort liacr , Sailors and I lata. Q Q n
A Saturday bargain at dull
$10 Plush Capes, $6.98.
Very Kino 1'Iush Capes, fur trimmed,
exquisitely -alia lliied throughout, with
These are essentially 1'ari
elan creativns, cteslgnod for CP QQ
very fine trail o VU JO
S5.50, $6 and $7.50
Beaver Capes, $3.98.
All-Kool Handsome IIIO'lc
Bearer ClutU Double Capos,
plain and Jot braid trimmed
and aatlu jilped all sizes (TQ QQ
22 to 44. Saturday only. sPu,v)0
$7.50, $8.50 and $9
In box effects, latest style,
deop notch collars, ripple
backs, bound seams. These
beautiful Jarkcts could not
bo duplicated for less tuia
itouble In beaver cloth,
bouclo cloth and cheviot. Sat- ffr rn
unlay only at 4u.3U
25c. Blackbirds at I 1 c.
51 dnz. Imported larse
Blackbirds, sold throughout I I n
Jo bilk and Velvet Rotes. I fin
812 and 814 Seventh St. N. W.
715 Market brace.
S. KAHN, SONS & CO.,
8th and Market Space.
OPEK UNTIL 9 P. M. SATURDAY.
?An immense sale of H
m Men's Fall Weight K
prices ever quoted
on first quality
See Window Display.
tg 35 doz. Ladies' Extra
J3 Quality Undressed
KJ 8-button length in col-
53 ors and black every
&s pair warranted tried
H on at our glove counter.
S. KANN, SONS & CO.,
8th and Market Space.
J WILLIAM LEIi
?t recnsylraala avenue uortnwesL
Jlnl class Borrlca. Fnont Z&JS. y4-mo
Central Union MIm1iu Work.
Tne terries., at the Central Union 1113
slon. So. 622 Louisiana avenue. Is ex
pected to be one of great 110 wer aud inter
est tills evening, as J. W. Dean, the gifted
Quaker evangelist, will (peak, and Mrs.
Dr. Olie Leech aud Mr. II. C. Pearson,
two of Washington's favorite soloists,
The meeting in the Auditorium will be
held at 8 o'clock, but an oueu air sung
service will occur on Market Bpace at
7:30, and a miduiglit mission meeting'
will be held iu the slums at 10 o'clock.
4 s H11V ooler weather conies ou the crowds
increase, and with the Increase In members
there Is apparent an Increase In Interest.
The workers were never iu better trim
tliau at present, and the future is full
of promise. All the mission forces are
looking forward with Joyful anticipations
to the great Christian Workers Conven
tion, to be held in Foundry M . E. Church,
on the lGlli. 10th and 17th of October.
Still Fighting the Snioons.
Another mass meeting is being arranged
for by the Auti Saloon League, lo be
held to-morrow iu McKendree Methodist
Episcopal Church. Massachusetts avenue,
between Xlutli andTentli streets northwest,
at 3:30 p. m. The church will projide
the music for the occasion, excepting a
solo, which will be rendered by Miss (.race
Altschu, of Foundry Church. The ad
dresses will be delivered by Rev. Dr.
Wldcrnian. pastor of McKendree, and
prolmbly Mrs. Margaret B. Tlatt. the new
prcsldciit or the District W. C. T. TJ., and
Rev. Walter II. Brooks, the eloquent
colored preacher and temperance advo
cate. The league Is to meet again for
business, in Its hall, Ko. 623 Louisiana
avenue, Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
The executive committee will meet a half
hour earlier In the same place.
Navy Yurd Bridge on Flrp.
Fire was discovered nbont 3.30 o'clock
last evening under the west footwalk of the
navy yard bridge near the couth end, but
was extinguished by the bridge master and
Policeman Farqhuar. The fire 1b sup
posed to have been caused by a cigar or
lighted match thrown through the cracks
In the boards of the bridge.
We ask this repeatedly, because serions 5
frow tri&incr ailments,
generally exhausted, Z
nervous, have no 5
appetite and can't S
work, begin at once
taking the most re- S
medicine, -wiucn is H
Brown's Iron Bitters, a
Benefit comes from
the very first dose, a
Dyspepsia. Kidney and Uvcb
CoHsriPATian. Impure bloso. J
Malaria. Nervous Ailmcbts.
Get only the genuine It his crossed red
2 lines on the wrapper. S
Z BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, Ml. 5
Some Saturday Prices.
Roast Beef, 7 to 12 cents per pound.
Spring Lamb, 8 to 15 cents per pound.
Cooked Ham, fat off, 30 cents per pound.
Finest Ham on earth, 12 J cents per pound.
Shoulders, S4 cents per pound.
Fresh Pork, 2 pounds, 23 cents.
Good Lard, 4 pounds, 25 cents.
Sausage, all kinds, 3 pounds 25 cents.
Cream Cheese, 2 pounds 25 cents.
Fresh Eggs at cost. j
Sliced Ham, fat off, 18 cents.
Beef Liver, 5 cents.
Emrich Club House Coffee.
Emrich's best Elgin Butter, 5 pounds for $1.25.
Fresh Bread, to-day, 2 loaves for 7 cents.
Punch Pineapple, 10 cents per can.
Baked Beans, 4 cents per can.
Two packages Rolled Oats, 15 cents.
Macaroni, dlA cents per package.
One-pound jar new Preserves, 10 cents.
Two-pound jar new Jelly, 10 cents.
Corn Starch, 6 cents per package.
Large bottle Ketchup, 10 cents. 1 cent al
lowed for return of bottle.
Large Pickles, 8 cents per dozen.
New Sauerkraut, 3 quarts 25 cents.
Two cans California Apricots, 25 cents.
Maine Sugar Corn, 10 cents per can.
Emrich Caricol Tea, 25 cents per pound.
Five pounds for S1.00.
Flour at less than cost. Leader, 29 cents a
sack. White Wonder, 25 cents.
Ginger Snaps, 4j cents per pound.
EMRICH BEEF CO.
Main Market, 1306-1312 32d St.N.W. Telephone 347.
Branch Jtariets 1713 11th st, sir : SOB 11th st. nw ; 8th -and JI sts. nw.: 305T H
SL nw.; 21st and K at, nw.: 215 Indiana are. nw ; 3th and 1 sts. nw ; 4ta
and I sts. sir.; 9th sL ana l'x are. m.; nth st- and N V. are. nvr.
utxim && u ifluiiu) Uuviiig.
Open until 10
lined all through.
Greatest value ever
kntnvn. Sold all
over the city at S3.
Strictly All-woo! Bine Serge
Skirt, lined all tnroach. Velae
ot this sfclri Is 50. Saturday,
Tailor - made
New Dark Cloth Tea Gowns, made
In Hotter Hubbard style, with
belt. Actual value is r-150. Only
Q Q rt 10 Gloria Cloth Umbrel
U u U las; wth 75c each Sat-
urday at 39c.
Elegant Wide Olneham Skirts;
worth 75c only S3c.
A pair. Ladies'
pair. Ladles' Stainless lilack and Tan
ose; worth 15c only Cc
LATVXEIt MOSS APOLOGIZED.
And Judge Klmlmll WasGrnctoaKitnd
'(evoked tlio Fine.
When Judge Kimball took his scat yester
day morning and the clerk had commanded
quiet in the court-room, Lawjer Moes
stepped in front ot the bench, nnd, after de
positing an armful of books on the table,
attracted the Judge's attention and said:
"Your honor, In regard to -what occurred
here yesterday between your honor and
myEelf, I wish to make a personal ex
planation. "In my zeal for the prisoners I was de
fending, I made" use of the expression "de
fiant," vrbicb, I assure you, nrns not meant
to apply to the court. I defied any one to
find evidence' which would personally and
Individually apply to my clients."
Mr. Moss then explained to the court
that he based bis remarks on section fiTeJ
J& hi t A
"i'iiiii ' ii''i
t i .-nj
514 9th NW.
than Ever Offered.
Men's Seamless Hose,
stainless black; worth 20c
iln's Elaslto Suspenders; worth
SOc each only 3c.
a box ol
Our best Tic Corsets; best ralue In
the city only 33c.
Striped Sateen Skirt;
worth S1.00 only 39c.
Elegant Ladles' Night Gown; worth
73c only 39c.
Piece, over 1,000 authors,
best books published;
worth 20c only 3c
6 all-eteel Knlres and 6 forks 13
pieces for 39a
2 Ladies' Merino Vests;
worth 25c each 2 for
Special Men's All-wool
Shirts; actual value SI;
Saturday only 49c.
Mon's Merino Underwear; worth
5Cc Saturday only 29i
Best blanket value in the
city, a pairwof Double
Blankets; worth $1.50
A rood warm Comfort; worth JL2S
Extra size select com
fort; great value at
S2.50 only S1.48.
, 514 9th Nw.
of Lovejoy'a Revision "Lovejoy's Sub
division." as with a slip ot the tongue, tha
attorney first said:
"For my other remark, I humbly apolo
gize. I should not bave Bald, as I no
ticed In the papers, that I would sit down
when I got ready. That was an improper
remark," coutinued the lawyer.
"And It was for that remark that you
were fined, Mr. Moss," said his honor.
"But I accept your apology and am glad
to hear tne!e remarks. I will set aside
your fine and order the money returned
This ended the interesting episode that
t breatcned on Thursday to disturb the equili
brium ot both court and Counsel for some
time to come.
Gen. Miles Will He Hero To-day.
IaIam.aix wt.. nAnlmd KA'Tr. n
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