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THE WASHINGTON BEE.
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Lrt your nssociates be above sus
'themselves guilty of some of-
Soifop'ere suspicious because
""'...' ,tM riu1tv of some of-
thf , are
Don't meet your friend on
.',;t lei corners. If he thinks well
oil ttil1 certainly come to your
rmiw I-"K courtships are dan
Jr',?; still it is be' ler not to marry
nU.Vtorymi may have an occasion
,-,, No- that you are of age it is
,iaVv 'necessary to tell your parents
rir who vou re Ku,,,f - i
nJ V As long as you are single,
vo, are to a certain extent under pa
It is bsrd for any girl to expect her
parents to take care of her after she
in, of age. The girl u-ith push,
Shc is out of school, will not even
wait until she is of age to seek employ
ment in order to assist her parents.
K F You should be as neat as pos
siWe," although you may not have
abundance of changes like other girls
is reason why you snould not keep
,,ur lew dresses well brushed and
ahed, and bv carefully arraying your
self in the same you will always look
A person who envies everyone often
despises his own self.
Recipe. Black silk should be clean
ed with nx-gail put into boiling water.
Kock sulphur broken in pieces and
..i9f.-H in wardrobes. Book cases and
odd corners will do away with moths.
It is well to cultivate a short mem
ory as to all unkindness Examine
into ur own short comings rather
than those of others.
Lily. By no means talk of your pri
vate, personal or family matters to
uninterested parties as by so doinK you
only make vour o n case appear but
the darker to well thinking people.
Do the duty that lies nearest you ;
the second duty will have already
It is alwavs the second word that
makes the quarrel, hence never reply
to a sharp angry word.
Style. The lady attired in a tailor
made gown always appears well dress
ed and has an air of chic and stylish
ness. Be content to do things and fret not
because you can t do everything.
In all promised pleasures putyour
selflast, by so doing others will be
happy by your generosity. 'Tis well
to take a cheerful view of everything.
Fashion. Sashes will be once more
the mode. Mot ribbon sashes, but
wule ones, cut from flowered taffeta
silk, hemmed at sides and edges, laid
in a close drawn girdle about the
waist, knotted into a huge rosette at
the back and letting fall two long tabs
nearly to the heels.
Trained skir s will be more usedthi
season for evening gowns than they
have been for many years. Gradually,
I presume these skirts will return for
outdoor dressy occasions.
Black cloth gowns are seen made up
with a waist nearly all of black velvet
brocaded with a color.
Simple gowns of figured black goods
with a black satin stock and high
corselet and white linen collar and
r . - n i i i m: i :x i- i- -w -n - i
t ff thev're Pirha '
508 NINTH ST. N- W..
15th and H Sts., n, w.
Everything New and First-class
Electric Fans, Etc
Meals 25 cents. Transient $i so per day.
its mlmsxrilm &fe
Bqp IsaeiieS aqd Bent-S.
upinished Rms with
MEALS A T AIjIj IlOUItS
JFISU AXl GAME IX SEASOX
WASHINGTON, D. C.
33-5 Viririniii nnuo
Europian am "injiicin Plan.
The Best Afro-American Accommoda
tion in the city.
JOHN T. DEViNE. w" a . . " i . ,.
i ne o-st wines, imported oranaies.
WAoHxNGTON, D. 0. Fine old whisicies always on hand
ori6iyr. uood Havana cigars.
' Our rooms are large and airy in
summer, and well heated in winter.
Rooms with or without board. Single
Largest Hotel ia Washing
ton, 350 Rooms.
All Modern improvements.
American $250 to $400 per day.
European Rooms fim and upwards.
SIX STAIRWAYS TO GROUND FLOOR AN! F1RC KX
CAPES ON ALL SIDKS.
CROSBY, BURTON & CO.
C- H PARKER'; & CO..
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
435 AlA Street, S. W.,
Rents Collected, Loans and Insurance
Property bought and Sold,
B. K. BETJCE,
Room 64, Ohio National Bank Building
Cor. 12th and O Sts., N W.
Loans Made on Meal and Per-
sonal Property. Real Estate
Bought, Sold, Exchanged. Eire
and Life Insurance.
General Claim Agency.
M - Mi -
530 4.14 stteet, Southwest.
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Real Estate Bought. Sold and Rented.
Loan Negotiated. Rents Col
lected. Insurance Placed In
shoes they're proper.
omk jFrmmtoa TOcm csixsnus.
Useful, sensible, serviceable
Ten-two F Street.
OIv gome 01
eoFT 0 mm
7D3 Market Space.
Washington, I. C.
f flB -,.
Wa5hiflgcen, 3. G.
Ball & Pollaed, props.
Not. 30th 1 mo.
rooms 50 cents and $i.
James Ortway Holmes, Prop.
No. 1 1 1 6th St. Northwest,
(Opposite B. & P. Oepotw
Wacuington, D. C
Boarding and Lodging by the Day cr
Week. First-class Meals at all
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE.
has, M. (S.'apk, Proprietor
An Elegant Dining Saloon for
Families and Ladies Upstairs.
1519 M Street Northwest.
2701 p Stree
Washington, D. C,
Bradfield's Improved Diarrhoea Mix
ture. For Diarrhoea, Dysentery,
Cholera Morbus, Cramps, etc. etc.
Bradfields Rheumatic Liniment,
for Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Sore Throat, Sprains,
Bruises, Soreness, etc.
14Uiand K. Sts., n. w
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Strictly First-Class Meals.
N oolen and silk warp crepe cloths
are used for mourning costumes.
It is not wise to speak harshly with
out a cause, by so doing we often lose
A man who makes a promise and
fails to keep it, withoutsome plausible
reason should hot be trusted.
Never entertain the thought that
"im-rs are your superiors, hlevate
yourself above the common level and
conduit yourself properly and you
will v. on tind out that self-respect is
the first superior quality.
Rpect yourself and others will be
compi-lu-d to respect you.
Don't expect of your friends what
u kno.v they can not give. It is not
1 lungs are in a wrong state when a
w""au is judged by her personal
-m- hrst-clas8 family hotel, -h-
Amkxican Plan. : Eokopkai Plam.
13Hl.t32S H Street Sorthtrt,
WA8HINOTON. O. O.
East Mia Corn Plaster.
Immediate Relief and Cure of
Hard and Soft Corns,
Bunions and Calloubss
A. J. SCHAFHU1T Pharmacist
N. Capitol & H Sts., N. W.
To You and Your Friends :
Having leased for a term of years
the lower auditorium of the handsome
and newly erected building, iSm M
street northwest, I have opened and
will conduct a first-class Dining and
Lunch Room which will be known as
THE NONPAREIL CAFE.
Neither pains nor expense have been
spared in fitting up this cusine. Our
excellent facilities, our many years of
experience, and our skilled help, will
enable u to guarantee satisfaction to
all our patrons.
Catering and serving meals by the
day, week, or month at residences, is
another feature of our business to
which we desire to call special atten
tion. Best service, patent covered
wagons, patent fire ovens, and polite
drivers. Low rates to families.
GEO. LEE. Manager.
S. G. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
You always associate slippers
with Christmas you always
buy them for gifts, so we've laid
in an immense line. They are
certainly useful gifts'. A man
PPn'f ll.1W trn ni5n i-inirc frr- Ua 1 nf T-T,-1 ." !-,.. 1 "
) - - "."."J " , ii in- i ; " "unurt) suupping nas set
usuany nKes to put nis nancis on ? way,
' rnfkV' M ! y Iv r. nUH HAS In lao
mem Wllticvci lie llidlllCS LU lie
down for a rest.
Romeos, too, make "elegant
presents when they are elegant
Romeos, and that's the sort you'll
V find here. ,
? Men's "Opera" and "Everett"
c Tan, Goat and Black Kid Slip
pers, $1.48. lhe S2 sort.
Men's Fine Calf Slippers, with
natural hair finish a "new
thing" $2.98 pair.
V Men's Tan Goat and Black
Kid Romeos, S1.98 pair. Ought
to be $2.75.
Men's Black and Ladies' Red
I and Black Felt Romeos some
j fur trimmed some very elegant
Ladies' Satin-quilted, Fur-
; trimmed Juliets for boudoir
wear in all shades to match the
; gown $2.98.
S We have some handsome
v Skating and Bicycling Boots
that would make very fine gifts.
You can see ten times as many
here as others show and they're
all the newest creations the
' high-grade sorts which are not
shown elsewhere south of Phila
delphia. What a splendid present a pair
of our High-grade Shoes make.
There isn't anybody who would
) look at such a gift lightly.
lhere isn't such a stock of
footwear in town so full of suggestions.
Helpful hints to Holiday shop
pers will be found in even- part of
our store in abundance at such mod-
j erate prices that will explain in the
I most convincing uay why the tide
A great offer sun sift
VypTO THE UVKUE QUANTITY WE I IAVB
in.il lani inc. fa h. at........ ..7....... HOC.
Fine Oiwii-nork llandkerehli'rs fr3iu " S.viUer-
u :.... .r: .',. I,rk' ""' cach- n2Jc
Hyra F.u- EnliroMtTiil Il.imletvblefs, open
rk tin.- Inch tl ijt. ordinal pr" Jye.
:"''. ' IIC.
I-nlie-' l-ura Littm Hmbru d r.l Hamfe.r- , -,
: 'f-. .u-tally wor.h 4fcc i-as-h. .1: 2.qC
Liilif.' Mik Inltlil H.ui-lker h.f-. .'.V. iiioh.
. t-..f liitl..'n S Ik lmt..il li i:htb-r.h cfs for
ii. i aril
mi- s L.ii). i.!.t;. riri'i. haxdkei:-
iiii-s, i,. p;.cn. m: -i Fu.t .;.
JIE.VS SII.K !!A IKKIl.I..FS HIDM JAPAN;
FIXE MMI'.ltOlIiKUrU IMHAI. ITS.I. SI.K. AT
2Ci-.. :ir a.i .-... km:u. vai'M. tkh-ks fok
SIMIUVU nTAMTIES. aid-.. .rMf. A .1) 7.V.
Handkerchiefs boxed suitable for
presentation free of charge.
M. Preston Miller,
Cor. 20th and M Streets,
'Washington, D. C.
E. L. JORDAN,
LADIES' & GENTS CAFE,
Wines, Liquors and Citrars.
517 9TH STREET, N. W.
Ladies' entrance 523. Take elevator.
Balls, Parties, Banquets served.
B. Rich's Soirns,
Ten -two F Street.
' tftilnytPT tlK T.W a.
"Where leather Is leather."
Bony leather gifts
at a leather store.:
Ton know the advantages cf buying
Leather Goods of a leather goods store. j
You can easily see bow ire can under- 5
sell the others when you know that we
buy many times more than they. We
stand back of erery thing you buy and U
we sell only the good, durable things that 4
won't go to pieces. J
Biggest assortment of Pocket Books In A
town and lowest prices. Think of buy- 2.
lug a SterUng Silver-mounted Pocket 4
Book of genuine monkey and horn-back 4
alligator skin well made, for V
I ow Can You Say
If SIT. 4tl 17.
w.uu Krauty is a birthright and
that she lias won herself.
U.mu f form or complexion will
not vitisiy those of high ideals.
Aii-Hm. I am sorry that you allow-
tin nian to jilt you. I thought you
"ri'v ""ble. aiv advice is now to
...... , uiui people 10 me
"s" of mis man whose love is
'" IS A (lramrctir ,T.,.,1 1... !.:.
,v' nature, htriire. lhf hniiutvif..
1 --- UU.IVH1IV.
HORACE M CAKC.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Dec. 141 too
The Eotel Dnitalajm.
220 B ireet N. W., and 235 Pennsv.
vania avenue n. w.
TV FtNFST HOTKL IX THE CITY,
Powell & Nichols
I Druggist and Chemist.
Main Store Acqued net Bridge.
Citv Knd. near to Roslyn, Va.. I
and en rout" to Ft. Meyer and
Cabin John Bridge.
ICE CREAM SODA.
Branc-hKr,.re Northwest cor. 19th
street, and Pa. ave.
QrGIGSISP AND DEALER IN
upe klpuas 5? fenemica:l
Writt or call
fromnU,,'s ll'Shest principle conies
J 'everj'tlimg to make happi
''s ': ho.iie.
-M '"tiieuplefail to understand that
. "fe made In ftinii; nnii .v ...
m.siuia. --.. .
i rf "(WltI ... l
th.iii.n,, ""limn anu nis oest
iu ." arc mere,y a reilection of he.
' nature impressed upon his mind
hafelivean?, i-telligent women
the maki era"d less "'ciitiaiion for
mak,S of romances.
tolled i!fd not aJ,ow; yurselves
riage tiirn l f a fooHsh mar
e, through the lack of occupation.
olite waiters. First class
D. A. C. JON'ES, proprietor.
WASHINGTON, D. U.
Scot, u 1 mo.
Penna. Ave., Cor. Th'rd St N W.,
Electric Lighting, Steam Heat, Elec
tric Elevator,' Improved Fire Es
capes. American Plan: European Plan-
J2.00 to J3.00 per day. $r.oo per day and up
ROBERT P. EltfERSON.
Perfumery, Toilet and Fancy Articles, &c.
PATENT MEDICINES. Physician's Prescrip
tions Carefully and Accurately Com
pounded Day and Night.
Cor. 3d and F Sts., S. W.
FOR 0OU(iHS, n. A
COLDS, &c. lUC BOTTLE
" CREAM OP ROSES" for
chapped hands and skin, 15c a bottle
f MUTTON MARROW" for
str.iightenmg the hair, J oca bottle.
So good second hand
Typewriters at such
low prices We are fre
quently asked. The
answer is easy. We
have the agency of the
JEWETT. the latest
ind highest of all high grade type
writers, m exenange tor it we get the
best of other makes, and bv having ex
cept! nal advantages to put these ma
chines in first class order. We are en
abled to give big values to those wish
ing writers of any kind. If you lave or
have not a Typewriter, give u.. your
address, and we will freelv eie vou
points apon writing machines that may
ne 01 vanie to vou, also a description
of the Jewett vriter. Adress:
N-EWtaAN & SON,
2To. Sll -Sax otitis. Straot, 2T. "W
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Sterling Silver-mounted Pocket Books of I
real leather for as low as GOc. Without
the silver for as low as 48c.
A Men's or Ladles' Traveling Bag for
as low at 65c. a Drtss Suit Case for as
low as $1 Collar and CulT Boxes for as
low as 25c Chatelaine Baes for as low
as 50c Writing Tablets for aa low as
All leather goods marked free and a
Lndles' Fine Belt with each purchase of
f ., J. ur over.
JKneessi, 425 7th St.
! de!5-5Gd Open Evenings.
For Holiday Gifts.
WE CliOSEI) OUT THE S.X.MI'I.K IJXE OF OXB
OP THE LEADINO MAKEUS AT A IUU DIS
COUNT. THEUEEOKE YCU C.VX SAVE FKOil 25c
TO ?1.23 BY BUYING YOUR UMItUEU,AS HEItE.
$1.23 Silk Sergi Umbrellas, best jura- ,.9t
gon frames and close rolling, 2C-lnch 1J)C
$1.75 ladles' Silk Gloria Umbrellas,
with Dresden, natural and sllver-trlmmed CI- . -.
handles , 0u.4y
$1.75 Men's Silk Serge Umbrellas, sll- ff a -.
ver-trlmmed handles, close roll and cover PJ.jy
$2.00 MENS SH.tC SEItGE UMUKGUjAS l.e
$3 INDIES' CI1ANOEABLE SILK UMB11EL-
$3 .MEN'S TAFFETA SILK UMBRELLAS $2.50
5 LADUS AXD MEN'S SDLK UMBRELLAS.. $0.08
For Ladies, Men and Children.
83c. for $i QBoves.
S3c Instead of $1 for Ladles' Four-button Glxe
Kid Gloves; colors tan, pearl, white and black.
LADIES FOSTER HOOK KID GLOVES, AT 88c
AND $1.50 THE PAIR.
Warm Lined Gloves
FOR LADIES. MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREf, El
CLOTH, KNIT AND SKIN FUR TOP AND PLATX
-RANGING Df PRICE FROM 25c. TO $1X0 THJ
Gift Sespenders, 4qc.
Embroidered and Plain Silk and Satin 8uspuada.
n handsome box. suitable for presentation worn
5c here at 49c GOOD SUSPENDERS FOU 25a.
How's a Breakfast Shawl for
All-wool ones here at 50c, 75c.
and $1 each.
QBOgttiam Aprons, 13c.
WHY NOT SOME GINGHAM APRONS FOK TilH
JOOK? LARGE AND HEAVY ONES HERE AT
13c. OR 2 FOR 25c
Dress Patterns. v
For Christmas Gifts.
ATJNE DRESS PATTERNS 80.
-LANNELBTIE WRAPPER PATTERNS BSc.
ALL-WOOL DRESS PATTERNS $1.M
BETTER QUALITY ALL-WOOL DRESS PAT
ERNS. IN LATEST STYLES OF BLACK AND
TOLORED DRESS STUFFS, AT $2.89. $3.50 AMD
"P TO $10 THE PATTERN.
Black Silk Dress Patterns from $9 to $25.
Damask Lunch Sets,
Fringed and Hemstitched Dam
ask Table Cloths and Napkins to
match from $2.98 to $9 the set. ,
Special bargain in White and Col
ored Border Damask Linen Table
Covers 8-4 for $1.00, 10-4 for $i.2
and 12-4 for $1.50.
All-Ilncn StFmpnd Bureau Scarfs 25c
AU-llnen Starajied Tray Ctvers lc
$i Ch.nllle Table Covers. 0-4. for 85c
Hemstitched Pillow Cares -worth l.V.-nt 124i.
713 Market Space.
The Island of Tuba
)ouse& Herman ((
The Only Complete Housefurnishino; EstaLI!:;hment;
3T. E. COr. Ttla. and. I Steets, 0T. "7?
h. G. ffiPisR,
Cor. 14th and V Sts: northwest:
foreign and Domestic Fruits & Produce,
Stall 71, O street Market.
Office Hours 10 to 2 6 to 8
461 Missouri Avenue.
C Street, Southwest
REPAYING, CLEANING and DYEING
Neatly done at low Prices.
L.YNCH & TERRELL,
Attorney '' ' s and Claim Agents.
PLENTY OP MuNEY TO LEND IN SMALL
and Largr Sumv on Real Eslale So urity.
M.y be returned in MONTHLY INSTALL
MENTS if name desire Life and Fire Ininr-
incr pliced IB ine mosi ne1'. nmpaniti
Room 6. Capitol Savings Bank Building No oog
P sreel nw Aui4-ti
W. Calvin Chase
thJttOTinty olxlcL Ccrvinaolor a.t 3' tr
Practioe In all the Courts In Virginia and
lhe District of Colombia.
Office IKK) I Street, n. w.
Washington. D. C.
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