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THE MORNINXJ TIMES. WJ3DjSJi-a.X,- OCTOBER 23, 1895.
j Lansfaurgh &Bro
THESE WILL DO IT.
These are warmth
producers. These will
keep the chill off.
FRO.M 45; UI '
40 Bales cot size
Bed Comforts... 45c
30 Bales full size
lined with Red
35 Bales full size
best calico $1.00
20 Bales full size
covered with fig
ured Satine and
lined with Tur
key Red Calico.
Filled with pure
White Cotton.... $1.25
40 Bales extra
lined with the
best Turkey Red
Calico and filled
with the best
puVe White Cot--tbn
Evan if yon live out of tho city
Ttra can have tfcjw fJ0.dJ "t to
yon. (5ood dilirgrsdin Alextmdria.
ErojklanJ and Brightwooi daily.
Tn-w;ckiy trip3 to Tatcjaa.
4 40, 422. 424. 426 7th St 9
Fin de Siecie People
"up-to-sn u ff" go-a-headitive
who know what is
going- on in the world,
and who get the best
of everything out of
the world. They are
the users of Ahkrncy
Ct camay Butlcrinc.
They swear by it; they
were quick to recognize
, the absolute superiority
of butterinc over but
ter. They laughed at
the ignorance which
questioned its quality.
Their -merriment actu
ally drove some of their
acquaintances to buy
and try butterine.
Clowr Crimen. - t5ct.-prll '
AUemtjCrtnuiirTT. - lOru.jw It I
iu.uuij.iwcwnot XdvCft-pcrU :
.Square flarble and aiass Stands
In Centre Market.
JEjESSS &. f5ij5& 1
TtTioUsalc Distributing Agaiti.
S. Kami, Sons
. I Co,,
Eighth and Market Space.
The identical quality and
patterns as sold elsewhere
at $1.50, to-morrow,
S, Ian, Sons
8th andTVlarket Space.
Have Won Fame on
Their Merits Alone.
The delightful ton tho
TrondcrfcHj acenrate action
the superior construction and
finish, of tfca Kimball Pianos
2-OV0 Veen p-aisod tira and
gala Hare jouexamlnod one
All cbe Latest Sheet Jllusia
GARSYING OUT THE PROVERB
Wednesday Again Bringa a List of
Erides and Grooms.
Four Ceremonies Set for To-day JIu-
.niored nnipiBi-nieuts Society
.Notes hikI l'crMinak.
To-day Is no exception to past Wednes
days, In being set for many weddings. .Miss
Jcwcpnine Kubcl and Mr. -Augustus Tailor
will tie married at G o'clucL.at l be residence
or tlie parents of the bride, Jlr. and Mrs.
Edward Kubcl, No.32G "First street north
east. A reception will fulkur from 7 to
AIlw Carrie Harper Smith and Sir. John
I Young Schreyer will be married at the
unurcn or ice ueiormanon, tsecona ana
B streets southeast, at 7:30 p.m.
illss Heurirtta Wolf, of Nur018 P street
northwest. ill be wedded to Air. William
llall Van Deriee.at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. am lira. Frank Wolf, and a
reception will fnllovr from 8 to 10.
Miss Lillian Slater, eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Slater, anJ Mr Ernest
Holdcn, or Florida, Slisa ilrssle Slater and
Dr. y. A. fiwartout. of Washington, Till
be married at 8 o'clock, at Calvary Baptist
Church, the ceremony bring a double wed
ding. The marriage of .Miss Daisy Gorman to
Mr. Richard Johnson, of this city, eldest
son of the late E. Kurtz Johnson, at one
time president or the Citizens' National
also that of ilKs llv.-le Gorman Jo Mr.
Wilton J-Xambert. of this city. Doth arc
daughters of Senator Gorman, of Maryland.
Mrs. Hearst, whose arrival in this city
is always looked forcrard In wllh mucn
pleasure by t-ockty. will not return to
America for some time. She is now in
Paris and is not expected here until just
Mrs John Smonllrr.wircof ex-Treasurer
Smoulter. of Luzerne County. Penn , Is
tucurstf Capt. Ttioraas Shea and family,
at No. 1102 Carmine place northeast.
Hiss Julia Kendall, of Hijrirs street, has
Rone to .Atlanta, Ga., to spend the month
of November as the truest of relatives.
The Sixteen Club will meet at the resi
dence of Hrs. riora C. Dyer, Xo. 1517 K
tTeet northirrst, Friday evening, Octolier
The Austrian minister nnd Baroness
Hencel-Muller have planned n tnp Iliroii;ll
Canada, where tLey will be entertained
by a noniWr or the potentates of that ie
Cioa. They expect to leae next tveel,
aoU will doatillts bring lack many ad
ditions to tlK-ir lntcietlng houie In Uh?
way of fnrs and knick-knack characteris
tics of tue country.
Sir. nnd Jlra. Ceorec Wrstinshouse will
spend the coming caa in Uashiit(n,
much l l!e plea"-are of society scncrally.
Mrs. VctinshotJ3e is a dtarmlns fcots,
a Eneroirs coiitrfhator to charitable in
tcreFt8,and a -woman of a sweet and cordial
nature, which rndeara Ikt to all.
Mrs. Wlnthrop. wife or Col. William tvin
ttirop. U. S. A., Tetirrd, lias rctrrrneil from
Xeir l'ork, and Is a( her home In I street.
On nextTuealay.at high noon. ilis Mary
Oonelson Reeve will be united in marriage
to Mr Thomas Holloa Pprlnkle.ot the res
idence of the brirte's parent.. CoL and Mrs.
F. Jl. Ileeve. 1742 X street north west.
Being a simple home weddlns. the bnaal
couple wi 11 beatlendtd byneltherTjnacsmaid
nor best man. tSiousli there will be a re
ception from 12J0 until 3 o'doct.
Mr. and Mrs. hnriol-le will loave on the
4 o lock train for a -weddlns trip of several
weeks tiat will couiiiide at Charlotte. X.
C the groom lielng a wen known attor
ney of that city.
The scaruen gunners (lass of 15 "win
Kive a complimentary ball at Seamen's
Qnartem, Nary Yard, Monday venme.
October 28; promenade concert, 8 to
8:30, grand niarh at 8.30.
There was an executive meeting at the
Washington Clab yesterday. Many tf the
clab members are still onto! town, and con
sequently but feir -were present. The first
lioarri meeting will not be held until the
1st of Xoveruber, and 10 plans for the
winter made ntil tlien-
Daring ttw eaiiancr the riubliouse has
ben t horougnly overhauled anil refnraished.
The new runiitnre and lianglngs ore Tery
artistic, and those memoers jf the Uub
who are in town are pleased with the
llrs. Hearst has loaned the club a very
beautiful collection of -water colors, and
Mrs. Karle has also contrlbstea many fine
and valuable paintings.
Mr. and Mrs. David Barry left yesterday
for Mlihigan, where tliey -willi-pend three
weeks Tislrros Mr. Barry's people.
The Trilby Social dob las loeen lately
formed and Is about to occupy Its new
quarters. Its members arc Edward P
CoIDns, president; Michael Curtain, rice
president; C. Springmarm, secretary and
treasurer; M. tarl.e, J. Heath, J. Bailey,
W. Wiggins, J. Spnngniaim, John J.linrfce,
T. P. Wolfe, B. Emerson.
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss
Nellie Duncan Butcher to Mr. William
-Sherlock Uronson-oa Hiethirty-first Instant,
at 5 p. rn.. at HeTcsidroceof Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Botcher, 1104 New Hampshire ave
nue. The fiancee of Mr. Bronson Is well mown
In social circles as a charming-and acann
plished jomig ldy, who has a legion of
friends In this city.
Mr. Bronoon Is the genial chieT clerk In
the generarpassenger office of the Chesa
peake and Ohio Railway in this city. He.
tbo, liana host Jif friends, whoare now felici
tating lilm on the approaching liappy event
In his upward career.
ScnorDnpny de Lome, thf Spanltb min
ister, has taken the Tirfany residence. No.
1703 Connecticut avenue, Juit beyond
Dupont Circle, and the Spanlih legation
will into possession of It next -weti. This
liandtome house is in the center of the
diplomatic tct, the neighborhood being
much aflcctcd by forelgncn. at the Capital.
Solicitor General and Hit, Holmes Con
rad liavc taken a liandiome faome in 16th
ttrect northwest, and will spend the season
tpent here by the Misses Conrad, they
liavicg heretofore valtcd tlieclty a -week or
a few dayi at a time, returning to their
home at Wincnettcr, V.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard .Nixon will spend
the winter at the Concord. They have J
wcenuy made an enloyablc trip through
Canada, and Mr. INI ton Js now in VTash-1
iagton Tepresenting the firm of which his
father-in-law. Senator Dotpti, is the een-
lor member- His mtasloo here at present '
II TO fttlecu Xu m.tmm lamortant ffllU-
which wltl shortly come before the Su
preme Court. Mrs. Nixon, who was not
very well when she lelt Wahlngton a
couple of years ago, Is completely restored
Mr. and Mrs. William K. Brown are
Imck for the winter In the bouse uu K
Mr. nrd Mrs. Airred Gillette will return
on Wednesday from their country place at
WalUngrord, Pa., and will open ihelr home,
No. 1014 Twentieth streit north ivest.
Lieutenant Commander McGowan. U. S.
N., and Mrs. and Miss Gowan have returned
to their home. No. 2125 Ilillyrr place.
Miss McOownn spent the summer wllh
friends at rnrington-on-tbe-Hudson.
The wedding of Miss Madeline Nelson,
daughter of llenry Loomis Nclwn, editor
of Harper's Weekly, to Ucut. James W.
Williams, of the Pirrt Artillery, now sta
tloncil at David's Island, will take place
at the home of the bride. New Kochelle, N.
Y.,. on Thursday evening, October 24.
Lieut. W.H. Ladcrs, of the Engineer Corps,
will act as best man, and the maid of honor
win Toe Hiss Hilgardc HawUiorne. daugh
ter of Julian Hawthorne. Uic author.
Miss Cordelia Strawlirldgc, of Macon,
Ga., is the guest or Miss Ethel Lynch, of
Miss Mary Daily, of Indiana avenue. Is
home from her pleasant visit to the North.
Miss Jane Girard, of Chestnut Hill, Pa.,
was a Tecent guest of Miss Daisy SIruras,
of Seientli street northeast.
Miss Tlc'ilah Adams, of II street north
east, will give a dai'ilng party on Thurs
day evening in honor of her cousin, Miss
Etta Adams, of'Cnmdcn, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ec-hnekler, of Seventh
street northeast, win clcliraic their wood
en wedding on Monday wcmuir next, when
they will be at home to their friends.
Miss Tidy Moikabec has returned from
Philadelphia nfter an extended visit to
her 1 lassmate. Miss Edith MiXjll, of Fair
Mr George M7ec VarWs and his daugh
tcr, Mhs Elizabeth, arc vlsltins friends In
Klrhmond prior to an extended trip through
oat the South that will Include the At
Tlie frlendE of Mrs Sarah r. BurVe win
be pleci i-d to leam that Mie ii cinvalcscliig
from her recent lllncis.
Mr Charlie K. nndhani It leme from a
prolonged Titlt to New Tcrk.
Mrf Enlli Benson, of East Capitol street,
who has been visiting relatives in Ment
ion, Ws is expected lit-mc the latter part
of this week.
Mr TUlph C. Jonet Is rpending October
with friends In Southern Uarjland
MKs Mamie McDonough is vlsillng her
com In, Miss Grace Evans, of Baltimore
Miis Estel'e Evans nnd her brother, Mr.
Walter Evnm, have returned from their
pleat ant and extended sojourn among the
New Hampshire hills.
Mr. and Mrf. David B. Ellott. of Six
teenth itreet. have retnrned from Atlantic
City, bringing -with them the little ion of
Mrt Frank 'Wcllcr, who will rtmaln their
guetls until after the Thanksgiving holi
days. Mr. 'Walter .T. riaee has returned from
the Atlanta Exposition
ilrf. Paulme nenflerson win Tislt the
Atlanta Exposition next week with several
Miss Mary Clare Trterson, of Twelfth
street northeast, has u turned from Niagara
Miss Mollie" Stewart, of Tblrty-srcond
street exlendrd. Is spending her vacation
at her old home In St. Paul. Minn., and
will not return until alter the Thanks
Uer many friends will regret to learn
of the serious Illness of Mrs. Thomas Taj
kir, at her home. 232G E street northwest.
Capt. and Mrs. I.. L. Blake are estab
lished at their new residence, 1B27 Tlbode
Mrs. Sarah r. Scott has removed to her
new resilience, 1325 N street northwest.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dc Puy have returned
from a pleasant visit lo relatives in In
diana. Miss Botts, of Roanoke, Vn., has been
a recent guest of Miss Conrad, of Capitol
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Appleby are located
for the winter at the Grafton.
Miss Rogers, of Boston, Is visiting CoL
and Mrs. J. J. Barnes, of U .street.
Mr. George B. ZEdtrnrds has returned
and win spend the winter at No. 254
Delaware aienue northeast.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Blair are home
from their summer travels abroad.
Miss Corinne Alden, of Salem. MaES
Is the soest of Miss TlIHe Brown, ot
Maryland avenoe northeast.
ilr. and Mrs. John D. King, of Capitol
IIIU, are home from a pleasant visit to
Mr. and Mrs. -SVMiani llemalnc Icit'fhe
city Monday for an extended visit to
riorida and the Bahama Inlands.
The Misses Deniable will continue their
studies under the care of their annt. Irs.
Margaret EHctts, of Capitol Hltt.
KEXSIXGTOX NEWS X0TES.
Mrs. Ijrara V. Sliannon and fcer sons.
Masters William nod Herbert. hae been
visiting "Mr. and Mrs. J. Preston Shan
non, of St. Paul street
Mrs. Charles Morgan and son liave been
the cnols Df Mr and Mrs. J. T. Stock,
of Lincoln place, lately.
Mrs. Frances "Wilson and children, of.
unaen, nave oeen xuniing Mrs. Wilsons
niother, Mrs- Alfred Kay, of the High
lands. Miss Clara Little has returned home from
a lisit to Washington.
Mr. Theodore A, Wallers, of Norfolk. I
va., who uas iieui isiung -air. u. u. is.
Cissel, Is noiv visiting in Howard county.
JIlss Daisy Coupard Js thegucst of friends
The -noonle of Whealon are diReiiRslno
the project of continuing the electric road .3
irom tv.cosjngion tp tuat place.
TostmaKters) Day rtt Atlanta.
Postmaster General Wilson has received 1
a communication from the Board of Pub
licity nnd Promotion of the Atlanta Ex
position announcing their desire lo set apart ;
a day to be known as Postmasters' Bay"
lor the entertainment or postmasters who
would like to Tislt the exposition.
Boot Ought to Get Cheaper. I
rort "Worth, Tex- Oct. 22. To-day ends '
tlicsammer craaranttnc against Texas and ,
Mexican cattle, and Hie shipment of
grass-fed Southern cattle, to market and
to the reeding Tens will noV begin, though
the movement, because of the fall of
prices, will not he as -rapid or as largo I
"-'' J iv in i summer. I
lion March a.
right weights right
styles right qualities
right jrrices right here.
CHILDREN'S -irtlto and notnrat
merino Indnrwear vtsts, .ants
nd drapers rory cood qualllf 1C
sizes 16 1031 JC
aiH.ORHN-8 Union SnltsJtrsfy
ribbed Omit snnka tcaiolu TOn
andelove-flttluc agcsS tollyeara. jiju
LAniES' whits Acstrallan wool
vests Jcisoy ribboa pants aoa CQn
nls aUsUts ... 001,
LAlilCelora-nttlne Unlun Oxeita
Eults-iinlMS slU tapes pearl fj"l
liultons lino quality. )ll
LADIES' Jersey ribbed vests
floeco lined trench band todraw- ODn
rs c quality at OoU
314 and 316 7th St
The first annual convention of the
Daughters of the Confederacy was held
TeiteriUynt thereslder of Dr. Herndon,
No. 919 Print? Mrcet. Delegates were
present from divisions in Lynchburg. IVar-ri-nton.aiKl
Bait luiore. anu Alexandria was
r-preei-ntnl by Mrs. Samuel V. Davis and
Mrs. Casslus F. Lee. Mrs. Phillip T.
Ye.itman culled Hie meeting 10 order, and
Miss UowLind. or Xaltlmore, was circled
cikilraiau. and Mm. James A. fc'cotl. of
Lync-hburg. n-cretary. OTe greater por
tion of the Hay was taken up incoiu-ideriug
the const ltution. and by laws of the associa
tion, which were finally adopted. The
annnrnary of the Ball's Iltuft battle was
fixl on October 21. and the ladles then
adionrncd for the day.
Ale-cnndria Council of the Royal Ar
canoni had a mot delightful time at
their Miiokcr last night, nnd clurtrg the
evening Aery interesting nddrewses were
in, icli- oy Mr. En yon. or Washington, and
several members of the council. The
dc-grees of tl e order were c-onfrrrcd upon
ten candidates and the application papers
of ten others were read. Grand Begeut
John J Jamlef-on, of this city, has re
turned from KIchmond, whrre he went to
confer with tLe oilier graod cMlc-ere rela
tlte 10 the xectiminenilation to lite su
preme regent of another State medical
examiner to succeed the late Dr. Kobiinon.
of ltidimond. teo lus Just dlcsl. The
appoirilinent win not be learfc for some
A footbaUcleen. to lie called the Alex
andria Yolnntrcr. has teeii organized in
this city oud Is now prepired to tackle
any or the -Hot eleAcirs of Washington.
Tiie pfciri-t i Kaymond llogers. full
mi?., cttar. .lieaiite anu Artircr uray,
half backs; hrimt Kraus. uuarter back;
Hugh Monk, center rush. Kimuel hlmmons,
right guard: Luc fan Smith, left guard.
Leo Chase, right tackle; John Lucas, left
tncktrt Llewell-n Gordon, right ttd, and
Charles -Jlannaduke. substitute. Arthur
Gray it, the captain of the eleven, and they
win pet up a Kjilf game.
The stockholders or the Little River
Turnpike (.Uiri-pjiiy trill lae a meeting In
Fairrax Cocrt ltone next month to c-on-slder
the PdvUabiiity of alwllshing the
collection ot tfV en that road, and turn
ing it over to. Fairfax county for a public
highway. The Little liiver pike extends
from this city jw-stwnrdly to Prince Will
lam county, ami for i-eveoty years or more
tolls have been collectt-d lelwcen this
city and A namlal."a fliKTonco or atxjut
nine miles. Eefere the days or railroads
this was one of the great highways orjhe
Meters. Lipscomb, Barley, and Bendliehn,
"the three defeated candidates for the
Ditnocratic nomtration to the houc or
delegates, liave withdrawn the notices of
their candidacy filed with Clerk Beach,
of the corporation, and CkTk Toung.oftlie
.county court.. as regulred by law.
Tlie ladies or the church fumUhing so
ciety of the M. E. Clnrch. i-oulli. win
give a sociable in Odd Fellows' IlaQ. on
North Columbus street, this evening, to aH
in raisinir fu&ls to refurnish their new
church wluu if is built this spring.
In the corporation owirt jestc-nlav. Judge
Norton entered a jcdguicrt for SIXZIJM
for the plaintiff in the suit of the Georgia
Marble Distributing Coruiiany against C
F. Neale. of this city.
GOOD TEMFI.AU VISITATION.
Grand Offlct-rs Pass an Evening with
7 FrieiJlilp Lodcro.
Officers of the fraud lodge made an of
ficial visit to Friendship Lodge, In Meirord
Ball. I street northeast. Monday evenine.
Tbelodscorficersfill-a fbecnairs through
out the evening, transacting the usual
amount of "business and taltlaling one new
member. It made unanimous recommenda
tion for appointment nf its efficient secre
tary, Mr. Boss, as lodge depnty, to nil a
vacancy caused by election to the chair
of Mr. Arthur Bishop, who laid the foun
dation of bis thorough equipment aB Chief
Templar, while a member of Undine Lodge.
Grand TcmplarCanfleld complimented the
lodge as having proved Itself, in its de
portment and Itsmannrrof transact ingbnsi
ness. very near an ideal lodge. Grand
'Secretary KaWrom. reporting upon the
condition of the secretary's books, spoke
In a corresponding Tcln or earnest praise
Grand Councillor Maupiu made an eloquent
address full of good points for lhe lodge,
and Grand Superintendent Russell remarked
at some length -upon the hright record of
The -next grand lodge visitation will be
at Good "Will Lodge. Totemac nail, south
west, next Friday evenrag.
Licenses to marry have been issned. as
Oliver Wright and Eliza Jackson
Owen Lovejoy Ingalls and Mercy Stevens
John D. llradbiirn and Sjrah Catherine
"Waiter Maden and Maryllorton.
Nelson Towles and Annie Harris.
Henry K- Lecsnitzer and Marr C. Mcehan.
John 17. Toung and Emma Scott.
John Scrivener and Mary r. Mills.
Wjniam n. White- of Fauquier County,
Vs.. and Ida KGrace, orBattimore.
George S- Beard and Grade V. Ghecn, of
Loudoun County. Va.
Dorey C. Pfna'dson and Virginia iloon,
of ItiKJkvitle. Md.'
Meivin C Ildzen and Mary E. Smith.
George II Schwab, or AlcTindria, and
Emma A. Kingjof Uiicknlle, Md.
Robert N. Curran and Agues Irene Poorc,
"V I'liam J. Haguernnd Annie Smallwood.
Chnrles R Mnhan and Ma- H. Barnes.
Thotnis B. lUgdon and Mary Catherine
Richard T. Edclin and SuIe Jenifer.
Joseph L. Robinson, or Brooklyn, and
5 Feel I
we asl: this repeatedly, because serious
1 follow trinmg ailments.
If lou are weak and
nervous, have no
appetite and can't
work, begin at once
taking the most re
medicine, -which ts
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Benefit comes from
the very first dose.
2 Dyspepsia. Kidney and Liver
8 NtUHAtcia, THOonxi.
COWSTIPATtertl, 1HPUP.E BLOOD,
- Malaria. MEavaoa ailkuits.
9 Women- Coiapuitnrs.
5 Get only the genuine it has crossed red
S lxneson the wrapper.
5 BROWM CHEaHCO-CO. BALTIMOflE, Ht.
SUPREME COUNCIL HONORED
Entertained mth a Luncheon and
Smoker by Columbia Lodge.
Visiting MiiHonlo Dlgulturlc Made
Speeches und the Jllstory of
the Order lVu Keclied.
The second dny's meeting of the su
preme t6IfGi.il of the thirty-third degree
for the southern Jurisdiction or the United
States, Ancient and Accepted Scottish
Kite, In unnjal cession at the house of the
temple, was concluded yesterdayafternoon
at 5 o'clock. Grand Commander Thomas
lIublM.ll Caswell, who -was elected at the
ojieiilng session on Monday, presided:
The business of yesterday was confined
to the consideration of the statutes, which
it is proposed shall lo some extent he
revised. The proceedings jesterduy after
noon Here not of a jopular character,
though It is thought that the mailers to
come up for settlement at to-day's meet
ing will be of a very Interesting Vlnd.
The body will reconvene to-day at 10
a- ui., and in addition to the proceedings
of re haon, will consider the report of the
committee on nominations in nganl to the
rcecimmeiidalion of the honorable thlrty
tiilrdcrs. Columbia Lodge of Perfection No. 1, of
A. A. Scottish Bite Masons, gave a reception
and smoker last night at Ma sonic Temple, la
honor of the Supreme Council.
The programme includes! several inter
esting addresses from distingnuhcd repre
sentatives of the grand body, besides the
strictly social features, and closed with
a luncheon, -which wasservedinthebanquct
room adjoining the main hall.
The speakers were Granville A. Frarubes,
member or theSopreme Council; J. Franklin
Calhoun, grand commander-Jichlcf of the
Grand Consistory of Minnesota; M. "W.
BayUss, of tlus city, grand standard bearer,
Besides Uic gentlemen named, there "were
present on the stago TV. A. Hershelzer, of
Columbus, acting grand commander; John
G. Barker, of New York, grand secretary
general; David W. Thompson, of If cw York,
grand treasurer general; "Edward J. Ed
wards, of Minneapolis, Minn., grand mar
shal general; V. C. Yan Derlip, of Bos
ton, grand master general of ceremonies;
Win. J. Burton, of Providence, It. I grand
grand captain of the guard; and George
Gibson, deputy for the District of Colum
bia. The addresses were mainly devoted to
the presentation of historical data, with
the object of matnlalmng the claim that the
United States Supreme Council Is Uie only
body authorized lo confer the Scottish
Members of the several Masonic Lodies
of lhe District 10 the numlier of five hun
dred were present by Invitation.
Colombia Lodge will give a Uanqnet nt
the Natloml Hotel this evening, in honor
of the grand body, and a complimentary
entertainment at Scottish Kite Hall, on
Fcnnsyl ania avenue, is announced for to
LAIMES WHO MOLD OPEVIOX.
Members of "Worumr Xntlonnl Press
Asvicliitlou Off for Atluutn.
A large ma.oriiy of the local members of
the Woman's National Press Association
left here last cvenin; -via the Seaboard Air
Line for Atlanta, Ga.. where the association
will hold a two days session, beginning
to morrow at noon.
Theconveution is beingheld In responseto
theinvitation ottne board of jadymunagers
nt the exposition, which has requested that
all women clabs should meet at Atlanta
some time before the close of the exposi
tion. The party from here numbered over thirty
members and was joined at tbe Pcnnsvl
vania depot by a number otmemliers of the
association from Philadelphia, Ealilmore,
and other cities "Cortti and East.
The convention in the absence of the
pfesident, Mrs. U. H. Sperry. who, at
the last moment, was prevented from at tend
ing on account of sickness in her family.
will be opened and presided o ver oa the first
day by Past President llrs. Mary S. Lock
wood, who Is now nt Atlanta attending the
meeting of the Daughters of the Revolution.
The second day's session wiU be conducted
by the first vice president, Mrs. Bclva A.
Theassoc-latlonhas a mcmtershlp of over
200, and It is expected that the attendance :
at the convention to morrow will be far
greater than that at any previous meeting !
The representatives from this city are I
Mesdamcs Mary s. Loctwooci. past presi
tlentrBelra A- Lockwood. first vice presi
dent; Mary S- Gist, E. S. Cromwell, Clara
Berwick Colby, Mary Whitney Emeron,
Dr. Ella S. M. Marble, Anna .Nesbit, Mary
M. .North. Marion Longfellow O'Donoglme,
Mary Frost Ormsby, Kittte L. Pike, Elvira
Bliss Sbcldoa. Florence Carpenter Dieu
donne. Johanna W. Turner.Dora T. Yoorhls,
Carrie B. Kilgore, Misses Mary E.Torrenee,
Lillian Pike, Frances G. French.and Cynthia
Among the papers which will be read
licfore the convention will he one by
Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood on "The Inspira
tion of press work," and another liy Miss
Frances G. French on "'The progress In edu
cation of the -women or all nations."
On November 2. -"Lawyers Day," Mrs.
Belva A. Loclrwood win deliver a lecture 1
at the auditorium In theTvornan a building
onThc ne-w -woman "
ROn Stylish mefllnm weljht Double
00C Capes. Worth Ii 00.
CI 1 C ChMiot Double. Capes with
3) I . 1 3 three, renrs braid trimming.
""" Wonh eico.
(TO 00 Handsome- TJcrabls Capes of
J)Z.UU AU-irool Kersey CJuta. ttonh
C flO Eleennt Seal Plush Capes, all
i'KaO sue lined; siso 100 Double
Beaver Capes, storm collar,
and fun sweep. orth S7.VX
CI OO Ladies' reriect-flttlng Chev
v.30 lotJacxeta. .terthP.0D.
ff DO Ladies' Beaver And Honcle
J)ti.,ij0 Coat, tailor made. Worth
Cjr QO Ladles All-wool Kersey Coat,
bj.UO velvet collar, velrec piping,
very strlisu garment, ever
sold leesthau SS.00.
CD DO 1'or. Children's Gretchons,
Jld.vlO with cape, newest designs,
from 6 to 12 jea.s. Worth
806 Seventh St. N. W.
1 924-1926 Penna. Ave.
Absoluts! Painless Dantislry.
AY by day onr
f drnlstiy are
ter kr oxn bet
lit cd. Tile most
ttn ng con ri need
tipflL You're ns
tKps of skilled
yen come bora Painless extraction Ui
Evans Dental Parlors,
1217 Penn. Ave. N. W.
Last Day of the
No time to talk here are the items
that tell the story
MILLINERY CLOAKS CAPES UNDERWEAR-CHILDREN'S
FLOWERS Etc., Etc.
$2.00, $1.75 and
$1.50 Hats, 79&
Best quality French fur lelt Hats. In
allcolors. all Lhe latest shapes lnciud
log the Cell rrovns; im seconds , guar
anteed perfect first qcality Frenchtelts,
inludla hlch shade children's fiats,
sold lhroucho.it the city at I iOJ, TQn
T0.T3 and tLOO, at 3C
$1.25 Trimmer Hats, 68c
Ladles. Missed and Cnildren's Trim
med ailors and M allciiur shapes Id all
colcra,tiest quality .American felts, high
and loir crowns, latest Knox shapes,
Ja an colors, regular value 9L25, P On
at ... Dull
$1.00 Felt Hats, 39c.
Ladles', Aliases and" Children's Hats,
all the lafst shapes, an colors, Q Q a
Including short haclc sailors, at.. U U U
25c Blachbinls, Sc
tile Taradisc Aigrettes, 9c-
39c Cocjuc Kings, 19c
75c Ostrich Tips, 48c
50c Tam o'Shanter Caps, 22c-
$4 Trimmed Hats, $1-98.
Exqnlsite trimmed Turbans and
Toques, trimmed with Velvet, Meet, Jet
and -NcrellT Hr.-, beautiful
shapes and f tries. GcoJ value CI 11 0
atK At 4)1.30
$6 Trimmed Hats, $3.98.
One table ot lore'y creations, orer 190
stlln to elnrl Jrom. la Uacz and col
ors, lare and small thapes, tnmraed In
the latest stTles. ail effects. Mlk. Vb!tbl
Jet, Meet aur laacy novetty materials
ts e u-croj. uooa raiuca at ss
At ........... .- ......
Handcme Chlid'a Lamba' Woot cream
and carnet Co ts. itu po'ntrt sai'or
collars, trimmed vithdojble row-sol An.
Cora far. headed wltn nnosillc 0 DO
bli Ees priceSi i-jieclal.. IQ.oO
Tery stylish Cle:h Coat, Camel slalr
eSect, with fancy e lie braid, trimmed
around cape; colo-s, l;lne, Carcet.
l.rown. Tan. llogiilar price, CO Cn
JVW. Special 4)3.011
Full assortment of Chil
dren's Headwear from
25ctoS5.00, in very lat
812-814 7lh St. N. VV. I 715 Market Space
Largest Millinery and Cloak Establishment
in the City.
Many people wonder how Emrich can sell
such good quality meats, groceries, etc., at
such abnormally low prices. The reason is
this we are the largest direct purchasers in
the city, and can buy cheaply on that account
just the class of goods that pleases our cus
tomers. "We claim to be the most reasonable
dealers in town. You may be able to find
some one selling at lower prices, but if you
take the quality into consideration and the sat
isfaction derived from dealing with us, you
will acknowledge that Emrich leads in good
quality and low prices.
Fresh Pork -..3 lbs. 25c
Choice JJeefsteak 9c to 15c per lb.
Choice RoastBeef 6c to 10c per lb.
Spring Lamb 5c to 12c per lb.
Good Lard.., 6jcperlb.
Jkeaf Lard 3 lbs. 2Sc
Hone j Cured Cooked Ham, sliced. .30c per lb.
Fresh Bread 4c loaf
Emrich's Puritj- 20c per lb.
Good as the best Butter.
Cream Cheese 12c per lb.
New Canned Goods, Fruits, Vegetables, Pre
serves, Jellies, etc.
Eggs 19c doz.
Every one guaranteed fresh.
EMRICH BEEF CO.,
Main Market, I306-13I2 32d St N.W. Telephone 347-
Er&ncb ilortcts 1713 lUta si. nr ; & Utn st, nw ; 6th and JUsta. z.w- 2337 ii bc
st.; Slstand Ksta. nw.; 213 Indiana ara, nv.;5thaiidl8ta. nv;4Si
and I fits, nw . SOih. st and Pa. avo. aw.; 13tn sL and N. Y. &vo. ntr.
TJA'D E BTAimns.
turennsylrftmlA erenue sorttweel.
First deal senlce. Phone 1333. jrtme
GtrLTuEX On Sunday. October 20, 18BS.
at C o'clock p. mN at Emergency Hospital,
Jobn It. Gullen;
Members ot WaWTjgtm lodge f Elks,
relatives, and friends are requested lo at
tend tue funeral from tbecliapelor J. Will
lam Lee, undertaker, S32 FenrsylTacla
nrenuc norlhurest. i Tbursclay aftcrnoun
nt 3 o'cliK. Interment at ATltuston.
(BrooLlj-u, X. 1'., and New Haven. Conn.,
papers please copy.)
EVERETT-SaddenSy. In tWs dtv. Tnes
dav. ("H-tober 22. l&v.".. Geurce Everett,
seed forty two years, .formerly of Boston,
riervlces at 925 H street north west.
VTeclnesday, Octcwr 23. nt 1:30 n.tn.
FrlendK itrrA. JottiantatBostciii.7iIass.
I-Tot a handful to select from, but an
Immense stock cf the cream of the
larsest and lest majors of ttte foreien
anadoratstic markets. Here 70a -ill
Und an assort mtnt and at a faaving of S
to W -percent
$8.00 Jackets and Capes, $4.48.
Atl-wool Boude, Bearer, and Caerroa
Jackets and Capes for ladles and
misses, full mandolin and watermelon,
sleeves, ripple backs, plala aad bound;
Jackets with different style rerers,
braid. Jet and fur trimmed capes;
latest effects in Box Stylo Jackets, 2,4,
and 6-batton eBea Felly C Q
worth ifl,7,SI5o and IS. nt- 4r(r0
$10 Jackets ami Capes, .$6.98.
Seal nnsh Capes, Cloth Capes, Ladles'
and Miss's Jackets, Beucles, Cherroaa,
Kerseys, Bearers, UUcooals, etc, plain
and faacr effecta. black and colors,
braid, eatla, Jet and fur trimmed, the
latest box styles, full sleeres. ripple
back, eta Good ralua at HiO, &C Q0
tl and 19, at 40, DO
$15 JackeLs aod Capes, $9.98-
Coata and Capes for ladles aadmlsses,
heaiyUoudB effects, Astrakhan Cloths,
fine Kerseys and Bearers, some satia
llne.1 ttrouehout, some H lmrd, full
eleeTrs, ripple backs, bias'-, blue, browa
an J tan. ltecular Talue.SIS, CD QQ
113, U aad Uj, at 4D.J0
.$6 Misses' and Cniidren's
Jliisos' and Cb llren'a Jackets and
Oretcbens, plain and Jaucy effects, lat
est strles. sinjrle and double capes and
reefera, Willi large sleeres, plain and
tenth cloth effects. Bine, Brown, Ton,
and lied. (Jood rallies at $3 QQ QQ
and tS, at 4)0,90
One lot of Heavyweight Fleece Mined
TUbbfd Vests, with crocheted necks and
down fronT-sil: drawins tape. 0 C n
Kesular price TTJC cpecial... ZjU
X-ASTS TO MATCH.
Hisses lleavy Klbbed Vests. Eeeco
llned, silk uslsbed neck, high neck,
long sleeves Itegular price "ICf
Sa t-ieclal - ZQll
l'AXTS TO J1ATCH.
Hibbed Un'on Suits for Hisses from 2
to li years.Zerce Uce-t. ieart Cfl ri
buttons. I'egularct special UUL)
Iaahf full -lie Jndla Laws Aprons
ed-mlth laee.tnck above. Ees- On
ular price 1ki. Spec. .-.. Uu
Curses Aprons, extra wide, with wide
hem, four tucks above, wide QRn
strings, regular price, 3?cpeclal ub
r HE APE8T House
Furnishing II i Store on
1 E ARTH!
II 512 Ninth SL N.W.
Have Tho TlniOA delivered at your
lion Morning, k cuius; and Sunday
ttltttona, 50 cent a uiuath.
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f " cr 3J-ig-rtj-'-fi'Bt.
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