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THE HORNING TIMES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S3, 1895.
f LOOK TO YOUR NEEDS
IN NECK DRESSINGl
q Advance sale of Fall
$ Neckwear. An entirely
9 new line at 25c and
g Nothlns so wslcnme In a
Bantiem3n3 wardroto as a
0 few extra nock Drostl.ics.
rt At thase low flsuroa you
V can afford to buy a few
Q more than you really need.
X You will find them handy.
A largo variety woven
patterns In fancy color sllfc
or satins. All full shaped.
Also Plain ClaoK. in excel
lent quality-plain satin or
gro grain si k.
Cut from tho same mate
rial as tho above, made full
and larce. No skimpy ssams
band made to fit the
AdjnsiaDle Band Bswj.
A new Idea In Band Bows
forstandlnc collars. Madoso
the size can bo altered a
perfect imitation of a self
tied scarf. Good quality
silk or satin In plain black.
Full Lenjzth Club Ties,
with proper size ends
black or fanclo;-sllk or sat
ins, A larjro variety to se
Ago.d assortment of dif
ferent size Black Silk But
terfly Bows for turn-down
collars. All mado of a hlgh
Our fine lino of Neck
wear at 50c. All new col
orings and designs up to
date. Woven figures or
latest combinations in
stripes. Your choice of
De Joinvilles, T e c Ic s,
Bows, Club Knots, otc.
WX elgjVJK j
E3 r -r -i.i C7.
X i-.i- t-, i--t. i-;o l:i ol. i
0ffif-0 &&G &0 0c-
Eettcr and purer than butter.
Once tried, always used.
JQUAREMARItLE AND GLASS STANDS
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS.
8th and Market Space.
Special Sale of
Ladies', Misses', & Children's
Open until.9 o'clock tonight
8th and Market Space.
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We ask this!
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generally exhausted, S
nervous, have no ?
appetite and cant
work, begin at once 2
taking tbe most re-
liable strengthening S
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Malaria, Nekvous Ailmcnts,
g uvohzm's Complaints.
5 Get only the genuine it has; crossed red
2 lines on the wrapper. 0
S BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BJU.T1U0RE, Mt.
5 IFnn Quite!
MORTON CADETS AS HOSTS
Delightful Hop and Eso3ptioa Given
by the Company.
.Mrs. SUTiilier-K'H Itecention Potato
l'ttrty GlM-ii by tile I.ndles' Aid
Society and lluy Workers.
Tlie reception and hop given by the
Morton Cadets last night at National
juries' Armory, added one more laurel to
their soiial career.
The halt was draped with the colors
of the company, lilueand gray, Interwoven
with .patriotic' festoons of bunting, while
thest.ige wasa bower of chrysanthemums,
fcrna, roses, and pa!m3,.
KtMrly l,r00 young people danc-ed
through the fcixteeu numbers of the pro
gramme, while the chairs that circled
the walls were filled with approving
cluiperons, who bore it all heroically,
while the gallant jouths and pretty maids
danced on and on.
The cadets who had tliecvcningln charge
were: C.ipt. Edgar A. Shilling, J. Taul
Shilling, .. II. Claitou, r. 1). Grayson,
Milton O'Connell.Oeorge I'lugge, 1). Harry
Moran, Ed E. Jlutli, It. K. Slsson, E. O.
Tralles, Charles Vcutman, T. Brandt, I".
E. Lacy, J. I'. Kict.ols, S. A. Wlmsjtt,
George J. Harris, C II. Lyman, W. M.
Wagner, and E. JI. Taylor.
Aoiouglhemany present were Miss ilabel
Cha.ubcrs, JII13 Douili, Miss Dlllard. Miss
Caesar, Miss Stewart, Mis Boyd. Mi's E.
Bean, Mrs. Daisy Davis, Miss Ellerton.
Miss Edith Macmaaee, Mrs. it. W. Towler,
Miss Grace Fowler, Miss Iteglna Fowler,
Mks Marion Byng, Miss C. Emmert. Misses
Xauder, Miss Bertha Japlns, Miss M. Wood.
Mis3 J. llrakhagea. Miss Ethel Randall. Mis
Mamie Bell, Miss M. Heygster, Miss Koff
man, Miss Driver, Miss PUgge, Miss Miller,
Miss Herbert, Miss Wagner, Miss SpUs
honse. Miss Behrens, Miss May Juhcsoa.
Miss Katie Johnson, Mrs. A. E. Johnson,
Miss Paulson, Capt. Mattlngly, St. C. F.
Coot, William P. Steele, J. E. Mltihell.
William West, J. While, W. Itle'mohl. I).
1. Moore, U. Itelnhardt, J. Exley, E. Selby,
A. F. Skinner, II. Q. Brown, F. O. Uendlcy.
C. R. Zcalnian. A. B. Claxtou, 8. A. Witn
satt, II. K. Cissell, It. Callahan. Bronte
Reynolds, I E. Lacy, C. II. Lyman, Dr.
Stewart, Dr.- Wagner, E. K. Fox, and
Messrs. Moore, Ernioii, Maran. Trneworthy,
Luekett, riNou, Weed, Beck, Wells, Gascti
The Ladles' Aid Society and Busy Work
ers' gave a pome de tirre social last night
for the benefit of the chapel of the Advent
at the residence of Mrs. A. A. Uirney, No.
1003 Harewood avenue, Le Droit Park.
The entertainment opened with an address
by Mr. Charles Davles, who made hitnself
fvcn-dlngly -Interesting on the subject of
potatoes, followed by Mrs. Ilollificld with
a song descriptive of the merits of that
uselul but heretofore unsung vegetable.
The song was composed by Mr. Davles and
set to the air of "The Old Oaken Backet,"
which she sang In splendid style. Prof.
Jearchan gave a piano selection, and there
were duets by Mrs. Harvey ana her daugh
ters. Miss Alice nnd Miss Birdie, and a
numberof Impromptu songs.
In a pretty side room with n polished
bare floor rows of potatoes were ranged
from one wall to the other, each to be
picked up with a teaspoon, with prizes
at stake for the lucky guest who could
secure the greatest number within an
Among the members of the society
present who had the pr.'tty aDd successful
affair In charge were Mrs. Charles Davles,
Mrs. Weyrick, Mrs. Benjamin, Mrs. May,
Mrs. Pickford. Mrs. Leitzall, Mrs Marcey.
Mrs. Heudrlckson, Mrs. Prince, Mrs. Bond
and Mis3 Wagner.
The Alibi Club will give a 0 o'clock tea
at their charming home. No. 1&0U I street
northwest, November 23.
Mrs. Sternberg, wife of Gen. Sternlierg,
U. 8. A., gave a delightful reception at her
home. No. 1011) Nluetccntli street north
west, yesterday afteruooon. The drawing
rooms and dlnmg moms were decorated
throughout with chrysanthemums and
Yellow and white chrysanthemums
adorned the table and gold colored (hades
softened the light of the tapers set in
The ladle who assisted Mrs. Sternberg
In receiving were- Mrs. Hemphill, Altss
Norton, Miss Condit-Smitli, Mhi Alden.
Miss Davis. MlfsCabell.and Miss Nef comb.
Among the numerous callers were: Post
master General and Mrs..WiIson, Secretary
Herbert, Mrs. Mlcou, Mrs. Laniont, Miss
Morton, Mrs. Harmon, Mlvs Harmon, Chief
Justice Fuller, Mrs. Aubrey, Mrs. Justice
Field, Mrs. I'ang Yu, who was accompanied
by her bright little soil, who attracted
much aittntion by his fascinating at
tempts at KngiMi conversation; Mr. Sze;
Admiral, and Mrs. Builinm. General Parke.
MIS3 Parke, Mrs. John M. Wilson, General
and jlrs. Haw!ey,Gcncral and Mrs. Miles,
Major and Mrs. Parker, Colonel and Mrs.
Hey ward. Major and Mrs. Jacobs, Ciptain
and Mrs. Tanner. Commander and Mrs.
Du Vol, Dr. and Mrs. Tala-r John-on, Dr.
Busy, Dr. and Mrs. Naf-h, General Card,
Gmeral Morgan, Dr. ai,d Mis. Candy, U. S.
A., Dr. and Mrs. N. S. Bates, U. S. A., Mr.
and Mrs. I'ellew, Mr. and Mrs. Pollak,
Col. McKenzle, M!s3 McKcnsie, Colonel
and Mrs. Alden, General and Mrs. 11c--Kccvcr,
Oenerarnnd Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Con-dit-iiiltli,
MrS. Leonard Wood, and others.
Mrs. L. A. Lyon lias Issued cards to
rclati-e- for the marriage of her daugh
ter Maud Augusta to Mr. Charles E.
Sehroeder. to take place Wednesday, No
vember 27. nr noon, at vtbe Metropolitan
Mr. George L. Wilkinson and wife, for
merly Miss Enloe. of Tennessee, will be
pleased to see .their friends at No. 1326
K Ftrert nonliwest. the residence of Mr.
Wilkinson's parents. Mondays. November
25 and December 2. Later Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Wilkinson will be at the Woodmont.
MUs Sue Tyler nydc and Mr. Eben
Grant Dodge, of Orarge, N. J., were mar
ried Thursday morning at the residence
of Mrs. Granville Fnrmihar Hyde. No.
3009 Dumbarton avenue. Uev. Robert S.
W. Wod officiated, and only the imme
diate ramlly were present. The bride -was
given in marriage by her uncle. Mr.
Thomas Hyde. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dodge left
later for the North.
Dr. and Mrs. IT. J. Crosson have re
'turnwl to the city ar.d are at their home.
No. ijlfl Nineteenth street northwest, where
they will be at home Saturdays during
Mrs. R. M. Schofield, wife of Lieut.
R. M. Schorield. U. S. A., is the guesj of
Rev. Dr. J. A.IIarrold, No. 1708 Oregon
Mrs. Cleveland accompanies the Presi
dent on every visit to the White House,
frequently handling the ribbons as they
drive In- She Is looking-rosy and bright,
and is apparently enjoying her stay at her
Mrs. James II. Austin nnd her daughter.
Miss Hattic.and Miss Gertie reabowerbavc
gone to Atlanta to visit the exposition.
Lieut. Fletcher's wifo will spend the
winter with ber mother. Mrs. Stetson, on
Massachusetts avenne. Lieut. Fletcher is
on the Maine, which it Is expected will be
ordered to cruise in West Indian waters.
Mrs. Warder will balld a handsome honse
on K street, near Eighteenth, for ber
daughter. Mrs. Ward Thoroo. Ground
has already been broken for it.
Mr. natton B. Miles has returned from bis
hunting trip to the Adlrondackr. where he
has been for the past three weeks in quest
of November game.
Mrs. EHrabetli T. Spencer ret urned Thurs
day front a month's visit to Tier daugh
ter, Mrs. G. M. Davis of Brooklyn.
A. Jolly stag party composed of Mr. Myron
Parker; Mr. Berlab Wllkins, Mr, Chapin
Brown and Mr. Hullett Kilboiirn left the
city :f- 3.20 Thursday afternoon en route
to Senator Cameron's place on. tbe island
of St. Helena, Beaufort, S. C. They will
make tbe Senator a visit of a. week or ten
Men's Neckwear an
exclusive line of patterns
in Tecks, Four-in-hands,
Band Bows and Club
Ties. All silk ."....
Men's Natural Wool
Shirts and Drawers they
are 90 per cent fine lamb's
wool; shirts finished with
silk-stitched neck, ribbed
bottom; drawers, taped
seams, re-enforced seat.
SI. 00 value
Men's Fancy Ribbed
Ealbrigg-an Shirts and
Drawers, winter weight;
extra value at 50c
3U-!516 Seventh St. N. W-
days, and the most arduous duty required
of them is that they hunt and kill the wild
turkey with which they are served at
dinner Thanksgiving Day. "Coffln'i. End"
Is the cheerful name of Senator Cameron's
place, but those who hare been fortunate
to visit there say It was Digs named because
tbe host and everything connected with it
are so exactly opposite from anything
gloomy or funereal.
Mr. and Mrs. r. F. McDonough of South
Washington ga e a progressive euchre party
Thursday In celebration of the fifteenth,
anniversary of their marriage, which oc
curred on Sunday last. Grouped about the
parlors wpre eight small tables filled -with
guests, each eager to win the prizes at
stake, a sliver smoking set nnd bronze b.in
quet lamp, that cast a circle of rose pink
light under its nower-wreathed sfcadc.
At the conclusion or the allotted games
it was evident that Mrs. Mclalno Ferris
and Mr. John J. Stalfort had distanced all
competitors, the booby prize, a bi-ribboned
fiddle, going without contest to Col. II. G.
Greene. At the close of the pleasant even
ing u dainty supper was sened. Among
the guests were Mr. and Mm. II. B Spal
ding of Baltimore, Mi and Mrs. E E. Fer
guson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Howard, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Ackland, Mr. and Mrs.
F. B. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Miller.
Miss Nellie Ferguson. Miss Daisy Ackland,
Miss V. B. Sturgls, MNs Nettie Price, Mr.
J. J. Ilolman, Mr. Benjamin A. Williams
Mr. Horace While, Miss Al. Ucnson and
Mr. Walter Price.
The friends of Miss Placlda will be
pleased to learn that she Is convalescing
from her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Lyon will leave
Monday for a brief trip South, returning
by way of Atlanta.
Ml'3 Mabel Thompson of New Xork ave
nue Is visiting f rlendi In Boston.
Mrs. J- O. Reeves of Chicago Is the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. C C. Meads, jr.,
of No. 201 Pennsylvania avenue southeast.
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Wright end daughter.
Miss Mjry, or O street, sailed for Europe
Hon. C. M. Cooper and family are located
for the season at No. 1743 I street.
Miss Kitty McElwalne will leave shortly
for Germany Uncomplete her musical studies
under the tutelage of her mother's brother,
Ilerr Erall Strauss, of L'irlin.
Miss Mlnnl? Dlerken was given a pleasant
surprise at her home. No. 8 I street, last
Wednesday night. Music, dancing and
ganiL3 were indulged In until n late rour,
when a dainty collation wnsserved. Among
the party were The Misses May Dell,
BerUia McCartny. Daisy nnd May Broraan,
Katie Qulnlnn, Mamie O'Connor, Agnes
Quin, Katie Roucr, Bessie Collins, Maggie
Cunningham, Irene Lawlor, and Jennie
Dlerken, nnd thcMessrs. Joseph Burke, Dan
iel Cox, Richard Curtin. Daniel McKeever,
Michael Lcahey, George Brian, James Spots
wood, George Lansdale, Jeremiah Cos
tello, Joseph Fealey, John Whcelen and
At the marriage of Miss Daisy Gorman
to Mr. Richard Johnson at tile Gorman resi
dence on Wednesday nest only the rela
tives of the bride and groom will be present
at the ceremony and wedding breakfast.
There will be no bridesmaids or ushers.
Mr. Perry Johnson, yoangcr brother of the
grouro, will bo best man. After their wed
diugtrlp the young couple will go to
housekeeping at 1G22 P street, which
will be complete for their occupancy by
At Ellicott City, Md.. Thursday occurred
the marriage of Miss Margnrctta Clark of
Howard county and Mr. Ken; us Dorscy
Trundle of (lallhersburg, Montgomery
The ceremony was performed at Mt.
Calvary Proustant Church, near Roxbury
Mills. The bride, who was attired in white
satin garnished with lilies of the valley
and maiden hair ferns, and carried a bou
quet of bride roses, entered the church
leaning on the arm of her father, ISt. George
D. Clark". Miss Florence Clark was maid of
honor, nnd wore while organdie over white
silk. Mr. Pniilli Lantdale was best man.
The ushers were Mr. Otto Nichols, cousin
of the groom, and Dr. Middletcn. of Wash
ington, and Messrs. Thomas Clark and
Gillis Owlngs, Jr., of Howard county,
brother and cousin of tho bride.
Mrs. Uanna, ather home. No. 1515 Rhode
Island avenue, gave a small dance last
uigbt Holly, chrysanthemums and roses
were used In the decoration of the lower
rooms. Dancing did not begin until a late
hour. Card playing was the order or the
early evening. At midnijht an elaborate
s jpper was served.
Arnoog the 100 guests were Mr. D. P.
Lamoreaux, Mrs. Walter Dunn, Commander
Miyaoka, Dr. Jarvis, Judge anil Mrs. Eest,
Mrs. William Parker, Mrs. Waller McLean,
Mr. W. Maekall Fairfax. Mrs. Will. Tisher,
Dr. Devereaux and Mr. Wing.
Marriages licenses were issued yesterday
Andrew Macauley and Mary Giles.
.Tames L. Trout and Mrs. Jane C. Hchcide.
Richard Watklnsnnd liettls Hughes.
Frederick Meigett and Sellna H.Shadd.
Ti'ople'n Lrctnre Course.
Rev. A. G. Rogers. D. D., will deliver a
lecture on "From Oxford to London," next
Monday, at Uie Church of Our Fat her, corner
of Thirteenth and L streets northwest. It
will brtheflrstlectureof the people'scourae.
Dr. Rogers will speak on "Holland," De
cember 2, and on "Edinburgh Old and
New," December 9. The Icctnrc3 will be
illustrated by means of a stcreoptlcon.
) Ws wlsatoacquaintour msay friends
? that w LaTe reopened our store uaar
f neir management, and that wo ara pre-
pared to giro mora entlro satisfaction
( than aver. Wa have kept only the
choicest part ( of our former stock and
have added to it many new designs.
Wall papers, frescoes and window
i shades In perfection.
THe Horace J. LONG lW.
I S24 13tb St.. bet. EandF.
f aaaa yyyo
GOLD DOLLAR FOR EACH ONE
Eev. Dr. Sunderland's 76 th Birth
day Remembered by His Flock.
Enjoyalila Heceptlon nt tlio Cbtircb
Celebrated tho Event and tlieCloso
of tlio Centennial.
Tho reception which closed the centennial
celebration of I'resbyterlanlom In Wash
ington attracted a lery large assemblage
lastcvenlngattheFlret Presbyterian Church.
The programme Included several Interesting
incidents not announced among the official
The object of the affair was to fcrlug
together I'rcsbyteriaus from all the con
Srezation3 of IbfcClEy for mutuil felici
tation In the happycTose of the centennial
year, and to ce!erfa"Te the eeventj-slxth
anniversary of the bjrthdny of Rev. Dr.
Byron Sunderland, 'the venerable nnd
eloquent pastor of the First rresbjterian
which -W.1S the old church, and in the audi
torium, nliovo which is the new church.
Thelnfantclasswanuay School room was
the hcadqltartTS of lhe Ladles' Beneficent
society, ucder me uuspices or which the
reception was held. In this room a com
mittee, of which -Mro. Bessie Linden was
chairman, dispensed refreshments.
The receiving began at 7:30 nnd lasted
till 0, during which time Dr. Sunderland
received congratulations from thousands of
At 9 o'clock there was a surprise. Rev
Mr. Allen announced that Dr. Taliuage
would present the congratulations of the
asamlilage to Dr. Sunderland, which lie did
in a very happy manner, the point of the
remarks being tnat longevity without hon
orable and useful deeds was without honor
amoog men. Dr. Sunderland's career,
however, he, said, had been full of action
worthy of emulation, and hehlghly deserved
tt.e affectionate regard which was evi
denced by the large gathering which had
assembled to do him honor.
Rev. Mr. Allen next made a speech short,
but tender In its sentiment!) of friendship
and love "Tor tho. liaslor of the church, :u
which he said thatthocongregationdeslred
him to accept a souvenir of the day. This
testimony was seventy-six gold dollars,
one lor each year of Dr. Sunderland's life
The closing part'of the programme was
an organ recital, the players lieing Mr
Frank Ward, Mrs. F. Brain, Mr. Frank
Gebest, Miss Mildred Johnston, and Mr
Toof. Mr. T. William Pearman sang two
solos. Gounod's "King of Love" and "Had I
IVUNliliigton MeinJxTM to Participate
In tlie Celeliriitlon.
A party of twenty-five well-known Masons
aX this city will go to Philadelphia tixlay
to take part In the centennial celebration
of the Grand Chapter .of Pennsylvania.
Special Invitations nave been received
from the Pennsylvania chapter by the of
ficers of the Grand Chapter of the District.
A epcclal train has been engaged.
In the party will be: Capt. Harrison Ding
man, past grand master; F. L. Campbell,
most eminent grand high priest; T. G. Oe
Moll. right eminent deputy grand high
priest; L. G.Stephens, right eminentgrand
secretary; M. R. Thorp, right cmicentgraud
treasurer; O. Drown, eminent grand vis
itor and lecturer; Charles II. Smith, emi
nent grand captain of the host, with Past
Grand High TrlcstsN. D. Lamer. I. L. John
son, M. Trimble, J. II. Jnchuin, Jose M.
i'znaga cOeorge E.Corson, J. C. Allen, Alex.
McKenzle, Edwin S. Holmes, William G.
Powers, nnd P. D. Grand High Tricst L G.
Wiiwlilnstoiiliin's In New York.
(Sptcial to The Times.)
New York, Nov. 22. In New l'ork- Bishop"
John F Hurst. Julio Rengilo. Colombian,
cliarge d'affaires at Washington, are at
the Walfdorf; Mrs. Melville W. Fuller. Mrs.
Nellie Grant Sartorls, are at the Fifth
Aveuue; Mrs. J. Eonnls. Morton: R. W.
Devereaux. Albert; Q. G. Conn, H. E. Cnsh
maiu II. Danstmrgh. St. Denis; A. Conwlll,
Continental; E. EleiUtfch, Bartholdl; II. D.
Gibson, Broadway Central; F. Mlchler, Hol
land; I) II. Rlggs. GUscy; A. K. Tangle. Im
perial; E. J. Adstns. Cosmopolitan; L. D.
Bliss aud wife. Grind Union; T. J. S.
Dougherty, New ITork; A. Hagan, L. D.
Lorentz, Aston W L. Itodgers. Grand; Mrs.
P J. Ryan, Eelvldere; and E. Spart, St.
(Special lo The Tlmcs.I
New York, Nov. 22 Mrs. Chief
Justice Fuller and her daugh
ter. Miss Jane, attended Hie performance
of "Lohengrin," at the Metropolitan Opera
House last night. Mr. Charles
C. and MLss Glover, and their young lady
friend. Mlse Clagget, Mrs. C. Dorman,
and Mrs. Louis LoomK were also present.
DO YOTJ THINK THAT TAX-VAT-KHS
SHOULD GO INTO DEHT FOR
A NEW SYSTEM OF SE1VE11AGC
AND FOR STItEET EXTENSION
A.V1) IMPROVEMENTS INSIDE
THE CITY rROPEHV
DO YOU THINK THAT TAX-VAT-BitS
SHOULD GO INTO DEIITFOIt
STREET EXTENSION AND IM
PROVEMENTS OUTSIDE THE
Ceres Flour nin.Kc inoro Itrend,
tmiki-s whiter Dread, makes better
llreitd tliun any other Floor iiiaua
fnctured. Honuro of imitations of
1 1 1 Hriind "Core.
J. WILLIAM -BRTAKEB.
332 Pa. Ave. N. VT.
Flrst-rlnss service. 'Phone, 13S5.
BEHREND-On .Friday, November 22,
nt 2 p. m., Mrs. Sue M., wife of S. K.
Eehrend. and sister of Mrs. J. K. Potter.
Foneral from her late home, 500 First
street northwest, Sunday, Noember 24,
at 2 p. m. Friends invited.
COLEMAN Notice is hereby given or
tlie death of Thomas Coleman, at Freed
nian's Hospital, on November 18. 189B.
Relatives or frteniU will call at R. F.
Harvey's Sons, 928 Pennsylvania ave
nue northwest, and make arrangements
for his funeral within thlrty-slx hours.
WILLIAMS Notice ts heriby given of
the death of Annie Wllllanisat Providence
Hospital, on November 21, 189o.
Relatives or friends will call at R. F.
Harvey's Sons, 023 Pennsylvania ave
nue northwest, and mate arrangements for
for his funeral within thirty-slxTiours.
8TELLO Suddenly on Friday. Novem
ber 22, at 11:20 a. ni., or heart failure,
Edward Btello, aged twenty years, four
months, and twenty-two days.
Funeral Sunday, at 2:30 p. m.. from
his mother's residence, Sargent road, near
IIOERMANN In Joving remembrance of
our dear beloved mother and grandmother,
Johanna Hoermann, wfio died one year
ago today, arter a- long and painful illness.
Loved In life. In death remembered.
Farewell dear mother, you have lert us;
A voice ive lovfd Is stilled;
A place Is vacant In our home and hearts.
Which can never he filled.
BY DAUGHTER AND GRANDSON LEO.
In loving remembrance of the late John
P. Scliaefer, -who dieU mis day, two years
For nh, his narrov'bed is mado
In St. Mary's 'Cemetery;
In churchyard Tarth my love is laid.
And mere haiv.ilts for me.
It-em . BY HIS MOTHER.
TAKOMA SPRING WATER,
. The Most Dellclotts Tabla Water.
Per fallon la Demijohn 19c; in bottle, 19c
delighted thousands of ladles
yastorday. Such bargains were a
surprise to many of our custom
ers, whom wo have educated to
expect low prices.
613.08 ItOUCLE JACKETS, $0.08.
Mandolin leevc3, 2-button effect, lined
throughout, box reefer front, ripple back.
extra quality cloth SO. 98
S15 PLUSH CAl'KS, S0.08.
Very handsome, full sweep. Capes, silk
lined throughout; 2G-lnch $9.98
5IO JACKETS AND CArES, $0.08.
Seal Plush Capes, Cloth Capes, Ladies'
aud Mioses Jaikcts, Bouiles, Chevrons,
Kerseys, Beavers, Diagonals, etc.; plain
and fancy effects, black and colors; braid,
satin, Jet, and fur trimmed; the latest box
styles, full sleeves, ripple back, etc. Good
valao at $8. SO, $9, and $10, ut..$G.9S
$8 ItOUCLE JACKETS AT $5.08.
Very stylish rough effects, 4-button
styles, ripple backs; box shaped. These
$7 HEAVEH JACKUTSAXD
CAl'KS AT $-1.08.
Very stylish Tailor-made Jackets and
Capei. Jackets arc all In full 4-button ef
fects; boxehapes;cxtraquallty.. ..S4.Q8
S5 AND SU.50 TRIMMED
A beautiful selection of exquisitely
trimmed Hats in the most modish shapes;
trimmed with flowers, lace, aigrettes,
velvet, Ac $a,69
$-1 AND $3.50 TRIMMED
A table full or Dainty Hats, most rashlon
ably trimmed. This lot Includes Velvet
Toques, In black and browu. Bargains In
deed In this lot Sl-98
40c. 50o AND GOo FELT
In all colors and black
33o TAM O'SIIANTEH..
One lot or Children's Eiderdown Coats,
with pointed collars, trimmed with braid,
with square rcvers over shoulder. In tan,
brown, cardinal. Regular price. S2.00.
Very stylish, white Lamb's Wool Coat,
with wide, square collar, trimmed with
double row of white Angora fur. Regular
price 55.00. Special S4.2G
25 dozen Ladles' Heavy Ribbed Vest3,
fleeced lined, with silk crouchetlng around
neck and down front. Regular price, 50c
PanU to match.
100 dozen Ladles' India llaon Aprons,
fine lace arouud bottom, tucks above.
Regular price, ltic Special-is l-2c
Large sized Nurse Aprons, with deep
hem, tucks above, wide strings. Regular
price, 50c Special 35c
812 and 814 7th St N. W.
715 Market Space.
We cannot mention all the
bargains we have to offer,
because every article in our
store is one; but these items
will serve to show you that
we are close buyers and can
undersell any one.
25c large size Fancy White
Sl.CS Ladies' Dress
49c Ninhtgowns 4-lc
SI.25 Wrappers 98c
75c Wrappers 49c
!?5 Capes anil Jachcts. .. S3.9S
S4 Capes and Jackets... $2-9S
fa Capes and Jachets... $2.49
75: HIanhets 59c
9Sc Comforts...... 75c
C3c Sprccds 46c
50c Globe Corsets ..-...: 39c
75c K. & G. Corsets 66c
75c l'eather Boas 49c
75c Mink Boas 59c
25c Cashmere Gloves 19c
15c Wool Mits 9c
15c Infants' Bootees 9c
25c Infants' Sacques 19c
25c Fascinators I9c
75c Laundered Shirts 44c
50c Unlaundered Shirts- 39c
?1.25 Fancy Wool Shirts
and Drawers 75c
49c Gray and White
Shirts and Drawers.. 44c
49c Ladies' Vcst3 and
$1 Scarlet All-wool Shirts
and Drawers 69c
75c Scarlet All-wool
Shirts and Drawers.. 44c
39c I'ocIictbooKs 25c
39c Hairbrushes 25c-
8c Toothbrushes 5c
19c Side Combs 10c
10c Side Combs oc
7oc Umbrellas. 49c
$1.25 Gossamers 98c
Bargains la Shawls of every
04-906 7th St. N.
Sanders & Stayman
PEHCT S. FOSTER, Manager,
934 F STREET NORTHWEST.
Sols Washington Representatives Weber,
Decker Bros., Fisher, Irera & Pond, Estey and
Ludwlg Pianos. Estey orgun. "Aeolian," will
be sold on easy time payments or for cash.
Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Mandolins, Sheet
Hu-lc rooal and instrumental Folios, Musis
Hacks and Stands.
Baltimore Store, 13 X Charles St.
from the Valley of Virginia dressed for
today 1 2 cents a pound.
Round Stoafe, per lb. ----- 8c
Pork, per lb. ----- 8c
Haras, per lb. ------ 10c
Shoulder, per lb. ----- 8c
Middling-, per lb ----- -10c
Sausage, homemade, 3 pounds "- - 25c
Lard, per lb ------ 6c
Fresh Bread, per loaf - 4c
Finest Elgin Butter,
Emrich Purity, per pound - - -Homemade
Mincemeat, per lb.' -Hcinz's
Sauerkraut, 2 quarts -A
can each of Corn and Tomatoes for -Table
Peaches, per can - - - -Table
Pears, 2 cans for - - - -
Maine Honcydrop Corn, toda3' only, per can
New Large Mackerel, 3 for - - - -Aunt
Jemima Pancake Flour, per pekg -Finest
Burbank Potatoes, per peck
Choice Fruits and Vegetables at cost
"Nonsuch" Mincemeat,' each package makes
3 large pie3, our price, 3 packages for -A
3-lb. package of self-raising Euckwheat,
sold elsewhere for"l5c; our price
Our guarantee 16 ounces to our pounds.
Everything- as represented or money refunded.
EMRICH BEEF GO.
'Main Market, I306-I3I2 32d at. nw. Telephone, 34-7.
Branch Markets 1718 I4th St. nw.; 2026 14th St. nw.; 8-h
and M st3. n. w.; 3057 M st. nw.; 21st and Ksts.nw.j 215
Indiana ave. nw.; 5th and I sts. nw.; 4th and I sts. nw.;
20th St. and Fa. ave. nw.; 13th St. and N. Y. ave. nw.
K EPtteiMT'tif Mil's
Second hlilnincnt of sample Coatx bought from m-veralof the lead
ins elouW iimiiufiicturiTH tia-.Jn-t. Ix-cn receled ly cs, comprising
DIG gar in rots for LADIES, illsSKS and CUILDHEN". The latest
production. TJiisarpaM-d in perfection of deslcn, fit and work
manship. Wo bought them iOll CASH
AT 50 CENTS ON A DOLLAR,
And vie are clllnc them at the ame rate.
$5.00 Jackets nt $2.98
SO.OO Jackets, lnbeaverandbon-
' cle SO. OS
i SS.00 Jackets, In boacleand boa- -
' ver $4.98
SI 0.00 Jackets, "of Kersey and
$18.00 Jackets, imported bou-
cie . -.. .-. .. $9.98
S-i.00 Misses' Jackets SS.49
6.00 Mltsv-s' Jackets S3.T5S
S8.00 Misses' Jackets S4.0S
Special Shirt Bargains.
23c. Ladles' Ribbed Vests 14c
5()o. Corsets 29c'
10c Children Kinfced Hose Gc
lBc. Large Glusham Apron? 7c
25c. 8uspcnders OJLc!
200 Feather Boas, worth 50c.
-ONLY ONE TO
-oee "- --s 3J-o
x Gildemeester &
1 Kroeger Pianos
Touch the High-water
Mark of Piano
In coDS'.mctlon and adjust
mont thy'r as near parfscllon as
Unman tafieriultT can mako them
llano their pccallar richness and
TDlumo of tone, and their light, re
sponsive loach. Try one here.
Jll the Latest sheet .Mujli
II lO FSt. N. W.
Absolutely Pslnlass Dentistry.
ArraiTKQ Cas wa
ft root thing in Its
dar, tar the know.
Ini folks of todsr
don't care to go
into any danzer
when undergoing a
Our painless moth
ods of dentistry are
potent and harm
less. Xo danger
ous eleep no disa
greeable after effects. Paialejs extrac
tion, 50 cents.
EVANS DENTAL PARLORS.
1217 PenrwAve. N. W.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL CAFE DIN
1606 M St. N. W.
First-class catering for halls, parties anl pri
Meals, 15 and S3c
Families supplied with salt wa;er oysters bT
the quart or gallon.
Ice cream wholesale and retail.
JOHN VEME, Proprietor.
PIANO. Org&ny -Vocal Xusia and theory
taught by J. F. GEUMUlLLEIt, Ml ISt. nw
yrma nod erata.
i. j.i iin-:'-',-m ' m
5 lbs, for $lo40
$3.00 Novelty Cloth Capes. ...Sl,3B
$4.00 Beaver Double Capes S1.6S
$5.00 Kersey Don We Capes $3.98
$8.00 Kersey and BoucieCapesS4.es
SS.OO I'lush Capes, satin Haed$4.os
$1 0.00 Plusti Caprs.saUn lined, $5.98
$12.00 riush Capes. Tbybet
$23 Plusti Capes, beaded.. ..Sxj.qb
56.00 Children's Gretcnens SZ.9S
50c. Flannelette SkirU..
91 .ucvoui BKiri raueras..
25c. Cashmere Gloves 3Sc
10c. Buttermilk Soap 3c
10c. Towels 3c
23c. Silk Windsor Tics XGC
10c. Ladles'acd Men's Ildkfs 3c
806 7th St. N. W.
1924-26 Pa. Ave.
Get yourself a com- I
f ortable pair of House X
Slippers. Nothing Z
can equal the comfort m
of getting into a pair s
of easy slippers after f
a hard day's work. ?
We have House !
Slippers of all sorts ?
for Ladies and for
Men. Felt, Kid, Em- J
broidered Vamps and a
Patent Leather Heels,
Morocco every kind A
you can think of all
good and all cheap
from 50c. up.
Dyeing. Cleaning md Dry Cleaning.
e:6 12th Street Northwest.
Works, lSOo-ltM I Street Kortawe