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THE TITHES, WASHINGTON,. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1397.
Lansburgh & Bro.
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v place thorn on sale to-
f day at 59 cents, although V
'f the imperfections are so f
slight that they are hard-
Q 'y perceptible. Made of Q
;e heavy jean, extra long
X waist, high and heavily
. boned bust, with 2. steels V
y on each side. White only. 0
.'? TherespDnse to tnis ad- y
".$ vertisement was so very s
satisfactory last Satur- g
; day that only the follow-
ing sizes remain:
1 s 6 2 -I h i
2 3 .1 5 a S i
Today is the last day of the Prize
Exhibiiion Art Department.
Remember, we give Trading: 9
420, -422, 424, 425 rtb. St.
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Offer our entire
Price and on
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fGoniposed of starch, relia
ble local business men, is
about read)' to start.
We will give you the best
selection of presents ever
given by a trading stamp
Compaq. We will redeem
your stamps in smaller num
bers than any company in
the city. We have the pro
gressive and reliable stores
in the various lines of trade
m our company.
Our store, which will
, .shortly be opened, will show
you what a trading stamp
store should be.
For Particulars Apply at
734-736 7tll SI. If.
311,s Cisiierjfs Leaves Tomorrow.
Miss Cisneros winicave the city tomorrow
al 10 o'clock for Chicago, where she Is
tw be tendered a reception at the Auditor
ium. She will bo accompanied by Mrs.
Madas and MissKate E.Thomas. Senator
Mason and oUjer prominent fcpeakera are
expected to make address at the p.
OB SIXTH Gonomo
Cimstinii Endeavor Societies oi'
the District Meet.
TUB BEAUTIFUL DECORATIONS
Flowers, Palms iiiul Mottoes Please
the Members lives nr They Knter
the Vnst Church AnditoKum--Gijd
3!i:s5e n:d lntirestln llx
ei'cises Today V. Program.
The sixth annual convention ot the
Christian Endeavor Union of the District
of Columbia, which met- at the New York
Avenue Prcsbyteiluu Church, was opened
with joyous songs, telling the glad tiding.,
atid sung by the immense congregation
-which filled the auditorium and gnlleiles
of the oil u roh.
The arrangements for the opening of the
couvontlon were petfect in every detail:
the decorations were tasteful and sug
gestive or the work of the Endeavored,
the mottoes of the union being conspicuous
&boo all else. The altar and chancel
were piorueely decorated with a wieatli
of chrysanthemums and palms, and .sus
pended overhead was a great shield with
the Inscription 'welcome." This, how
ever, was not necesary to aKsure the
visitors of a Co i dial reception .for a hearty
greeting was given to all by the young
women and men who acted as Ubhers ami
met the Endpuvorerfc and then friends at
the outer door with pleasant greetings.
In the wiuuowftalfcu were tn-'autiful palms
and great hunches of chryj-anUiemums.
ilost oonhpicuous among the decorations,
however, was Old Glory, which adorned
the nancluary and literally hid the gllery
railings. On tlw right gallery wa the
motto, Chnm Tor the World," and on the
l.-rt, "The Work: Tor Chriit." while on the
rear gallery a combination of both, "For
Christ and lite World."
Wmtin the ehuncel, with the pa.sUjr of
the church. Rev. Dr. Wallace Uudcliffe,
were Mr. Grant Leet, the president of the
District union: Kev George Luccook,
Rev. l)r George IJ. Stewart, of HarriMainr,
Pa.: Miss Ella D. McLaunu, of Rooton,
M&ss., a representative of the American
Baptba Union, and tlte momLer of ilm
choir, composJd or fevcnty-five local
Endeavorero, under the leadership or Mr.
Page L. Zimmerman. The accompanist
was Mr. Harry G. Kimball.
Tli? Convention was onened witli Mi.
i Mucins of tli-hviuii."ririsr umi fi,.- u'..rii-
by ti choir, which v. as Joined in by the
OLiigregatlou -Willi great spirit. The de
volinniil ejvercises were conducted by
Ke. Dr. Lucoitck, who read for the Scrip
ture leaon tle 25ti. Psalm.
President Leet then introduced Kev. Dr
Kadchffe. wlm extended to the audience
a moht Cordial welcome. He also referred
to the spirit or revival, -which lie ftaid was
apparent tlip world over. In touching on
the subject of giving, -which was the
general topic Tor the evening, he -said it
was not only necessary to give a seventh
of oar time, but also should give ,i tenth
or ur worldly goods Tor the cause of
Dr. Kadeliffc was followed by Miss Mc
Laurtii, who sjioke of the "Tenth Legion,''
an organization recently formed In New
York, the members of which contribute
one-tenth of their earnings to the dissem
ination of the Gospel of Christ.
At the close or her talk Miss McLaurin
stated she would gladly ansv. er any ques
tions relative to giving. Someone in the
audience immediately began plying her
with questions, which she answered with
a promptness which showed her to be
thoroughly Posted. Finally she stopped
her questioner with his own words and
resumed her seat amid deaf Piling applause
from the audience.
Kev. George B. Stewart spoke of "Sys
tematic and Proportionate Giving."
Interring fpatures preliminary to the
formal opening ot the convention lust
evening were the devotional exercises and
committer conferences held in the alter
noon at 4 o'clock. Promptly at that hour
the meuilK-rs or the various committee.
leran to arrivp at the church. They were
met at Uip doois by the usher, -vvlio
SMDigiiud tlie members of each committee
to a vtlon of the auditorium reserved
The uh;rh were the Misses Helen Has
tlHgs, .lulia Hoge, S. K. Randolph, Li'a
and Kate Mussen, Mary Jenks Chrhxlne
Johnson, and Amelia Wurdeman, and Mr.
Edward lorringaud Walter B. Rantlali.
The devotionnl exercises were led bv
Mr. Grant Leet, president of the Ulbtrira
Union.and wereopeneil with congregational
Hgins, under tlie direction of .Mr. Harry
The wbjeet Tor consideration -way
Stewani-liin," and Kev. Br. F. D. Power,
or the Vermont Avvnue Christian Church,
read several pahsnges fioni the Scripture
explelnfng the true significance or the
After a short eI!ent prayer and Scripture
re4uJii, the meeting adjourned foi tin
lhe committees and lenders were:
LofiKoel Mr. Girge W. Stoe, leader.
Gotd Llteratuie Miss Beilha A . Simonds,
Missionary Mrs. Edward Warien, leader
Social and Calling Miss Estelle Fobter,
Flower and Kelfer Miss Florence Ball,
Good Utirrnship and Tempenmcc Mr.
F. XI. Bradley, leader.
Prayer Meeting .Mr. W. B. Robinson,
Slt4c Mrs. Frank Byram, leader.
Suuday:sciiool Mr. R. A. Baldcrson,
. The program for today is as follows:
City Evangelization Conference -First
CougreaMonal Church, 10:30. Devotional
exercises, Kev. William A Creditt, D. D.;
address, "How to Bo It," Major George
A. IliUon: open parliament, conducted by
Rev. E. B. Bailey; benediction, Rev. W.
S. Hammond, B B.; adjournment to Mar
ket Space Tor noon meeting. Special in
vitation to pastors, Kpwoith Leagues,
Brotherhood or Andrew and Philip, Broth
erhood of St. Andrew, Salvation armv,
Central Union Mission, W. C. T. U. and
Consecration Meeting-New York Ave
nue Presbyterian Church, 715 p. m. Presi
dent Grant Leet, presiding; social hour and
reception to Miss McLaurin; devotional ex
ercises, Rev. Adam lceoch; address, "The
Two Calls-Sacrifice and Service," Miss
Ella D. McLaurin, Boston, Mass.; quiet
liour and consecration, Mr. E. Lawrence
lilKhly Per Cent. Are Catarrh Knh-
cure the worst of them. It has bean
lcBted a thousand times and nevr dis
appoints. It is pleasant to applv, harm
lew, and" give, such quick relief. One
shorr puff will clear a cold f rom the head
ana prevent the Possibility of contractimr
this nasty disease, which taints about
SO per cent of the whole American people.
RnT,l lie V R -Wtlllon.i- vt.,n. ,,,
EdmondV & 'Z
Pennsylvania avenue. 26
The marriage ot Miss Mario Stewart,
daughter of Mr Augustus Stewart, of
the National .Museum, and Lieut. Louis
Pierce, of Chicago, will take place to
day at the l:onit of the bride, Rev. Father
Mnckln, ol St. Paul's, officiating
Lx-Seni'ior Ingallsaud family, who will"
arrive in Washington within the next few C
days, have tuiteti apartments for the win
ter at the Cairo.
The marriage of Mr. Charles A. Hardin,
the Mm of the late Judge Hardin, of Ken
tucky, s'nd Miss Mary Potter, the daugh
let of Dr. and Mrs La Motto Potter, or
Shcihyvillc, Ky., will be wlemnized tit
that place on tlie evening of November
9. The wedding journey will include a
visit to this city, where the bride and
gromn .will be the guests or Mr. Hardin's
r.-htle.s Di and M-s Colcgiove, of Fif
Mrs. les and Mis Sales, who left the
city in the early suuimei, have returned to
tiK-ir oprurments at the Shoruhan..
XI". Unwell Colegrove iias returned lo
Boston, having made a brief visit to the
Miss Nellie E. Rice, the daughter of Mr
Georg- II Rice, uud Mr. Walter L. Van de
Wiele, or Brooklyn, wre married at Li.e
Firteeiith Street M. K. Church, Thursday,
by i.e. n tt-estf Mur-rn... Mr. .i.id Jir.
Van de Wi.'lc will reside in Broolclyn.
Mii Porier will have as her guest at
the Cairo this white Mrs. Caroline Cohen,
who has been spending the season at
North Hadley, Canada.
Mrs. Glien. wife of Chief Klectriclau
Glien, ot the Capitol building, has gone
to Philadelphia Tor a fortnight's visit to
Mr. and Mrs William K. Curti hare
returned to their Connecticut avenue resi
dence after a pleasant trip WeM.
.Mr. and Mm. Robert J. Wynne enter
tained at dinner Thursday evening. The
guests were Gen. and Mrs. H. V Boynton,
Col. and Mrs. F. C. Ainsworth, Maj. and
Mr. Carton. Miss Helene McCarthy Rev
j)r. Slaffonl, Re Charles M. Bart and
Mr. Hubbard T. Smith.
The mairlage of Miss Henrietta Hitch
cock dauirhtrofMrs. RoswellB.HitciiCock,
to Frpuerirl; Hurnmun, will occur Novum
ler IT. in St. Itartholoiiiew't, Churcli, New
York. Tie reception will lie held at the
Murray Hill Hotel. -
4 merry little party was given Tiie-Mlty
evening at No. 1322 V street, at which the
hostsMKJS -vere the Misses Helen ami Emma
Si-.ith and Miss Maggie Wade.
It has been announced thatMrs. Louise
Brook Bailey and Mr. John J. Curtis were
marriec August 31, laM, at Aleandrl8,
Va.. Rev. w. B. Butler, of the Baptist
Church of that city, ofricialliig. Mrb.
Curcis is thp daughter of the late Col.
hunter Brooke, and orfiter on the stafrs
of Gens. Ro-er-rans and Thomas, and the
groom Is the son or former GovemorEdwaid
Curtis, or Ohio. Mi . and Mrs. Curtis have
establisl.i'd themselves at No. 320 Four-uiid
a-half street northwest.
Miss Eva.E. Lipscouih. tr this city, and
Mr. John Podge, of Boston, Were married
Thursdny afternoon in Baltimore at the
Hampden Baptist C'.urch. Hie groom s
acquainted with Br. Wifarton.and, wishing
him to (jerfonn the ceremony, the couple
went to iUItimore and procured the mar
riage licence. Br. Wharton "was not at
home, but they followed him to Hampden,
where he w.isatu-nding the Maryland Bap
tist Union Association, and had the cere
mony performed. Mr. and Mrs. Bodge ic
tunied m Washington Immediately arter
Aiiong the rpceutarr-alsat the Oxrord
are C-ipt. and Mrs. P. u. Johnson, of
Walla Walla, Wash., who will spend
the winter here.
Major J. N. Wheeian, of the Eighth Cav
alry, who has .i.-n serving with his regi
ment at Fort i'ate-i, North Dakota, is at
present In Washington, but expects to leave
in a short time for the Hague, where he
gr"s j.s military att.tche to the United
States legation .
A ur.m' er of guests from this city were
in autn-lamvaL the wedding Wednesday or
Miss Mary Da veniKirt Smith and Br. Fiancis
A. Winter, U S. A., which was solemnized
by Rev. Dr. Pendleton at the home of the
bride's mot he., at West View, Fauquier
county, ,i. The bride's attendants were
Miss Riggs-of Washington; Miss Deming, of
Baltimore, and Miss Blackwell, of Fau
oilier. The groomsman wis Lieut. J. R.
Lindsey, U. S. A. Br. and Mrs. Winter
included Washington in their tour West.
Mi. and Mis. Charles Sprague.of Boston,
hae taken the Morton mansion again
this seat-on and will entertain on a very
Mrs. Ho'atlo King has rented her Wash
ington house and gone to Los Angeles, Cal
where she expects to Jemain until spring
Mrs. Lorlug, of this city, is the guest
of her mother, Mrs. J. II. B. Latroue,
at her home, on Chanes stieet, Baltimore!
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund tho money If it falls to
cure. 25c. 6e2-tf
A Hendy-Mndc- Ansel.
(From the Brooklyn Citizen )
Did you ever step in a three-Inch deep
mud puddle and say: "Thank God?" If
you did heaven is waiting for you.
Croup Quielcly Cured.
Mountain Glen, Ark -"Our children were
surf eiing with croup, when wc received a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
afforded almost instant relief. "-F. A.
THORNTON. This celebrated remedy is
for sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale and
Retail Druggist, 938 F street, and Con
necticut avenue and S street northwest,
and 1-1 28 Maryland avenue northeast.
The Superb Service of tl;e Pennsyl
Is Its greatest advertlsment. Try It to
Philadelphia next Sunday. Only $2 00
round trip. oc2S-3t
(J $ SxSSxS xS3 eS5s$
0 Established in Philadelphia in 173.
Be particular acout your eyes.
I If ihey tire easily, or you have
frequent headaches the chances
are you should wear glasses. Our
f expert will test your eves. thnr
oughly examine them, and ad-
j vise you free of charge a.
Our $1.00 glasses have as
good lenses as any that
money can buy.
McAllister & Feast,
"1311" F St. N. W.
3e $? $$Jr$3Si$ 8"3&!&($k
lOlli, llth and FSts.N. W.
You will find here today
in all branches of our Boys1
Outfitting Department the
best assortments, most com
plete stocks and best values
we have ever shown. Hun
dreds .of pretty styles in
bmts, Reefers, Top Coats,
Trousers, Waists, Hats,
etc., for boTs up to 18 years
Forthe little fellows from
3 to 10 3ears we believe it
is almost impossible to fail
in making a selection after
looking through what we
have provided in these sizes.
JTor today's selling, we
have purchased and shall
offer .some exceptionally
good values, as follows;
All-wool Astrakhan'cioth Iteeferw, in
black nnd three ImndsomcshadeN of brown,
green and blue; neatly trimmed with black
braid, lined with Italian cloth anil fin
ished with large pearl buttons -thoroughly
made and finished.
$2.48 Each. Value, $4.00.
All-wool Cheviot Suits (each suit -has
an extra pan oi pants), well mude and
perfect fitting; most of ttiem have double
seat and knees; three styles. Sizes 3 to
$2.50. Valu?, S4.00.
Verj elegant Ail-wool Cheviot Suits, man
tailored: perfect fitting; choice patterns;
double seat and knees; warranted to wear
well. For dress of school purposes Sizes
$4. 45. Value, $6.00
All-wool Navy Blue Sailor Suits, hand
soihely trimmed with black, white or red
silk braid: plaited sleeves. Lnnvard and
whistle with each suit. Sizes 3 to 10.
$3.50. Value, $5.00.
Trousersip 3 n
All-wool Cheiflot Trousers, nnvy blue
and fancy mixtures; well made. Sizes 3
to 16 years. J
50c. Value, r5c.
All-wool Scotch Cheviot Trousers, in
plain navy blue--and- fancy plaids and
stripes choice patterns; caiefully made.
Sizes -1 to 10 years!
89c. Va'ue, $1 and $1.25.
This department is fujiy
up to its tissual standard,
and everything pertainiiig
to the comfort of the young"
folks will be found here
Gretcheus, one and two
piece Dresses of all styles;
and the choicest novelties
are here in Fancy Plaids,
Plain Kersey Jackets, Reef
ers in all the .popular fancy
mixtures, with plain or com
bination collars, etc. Every
garment is of the latest cut
and finish, and of the best
quality possible for the
Children's All-wool Cloth Dresses, pretty
patterns, neatly finished, lined and braid
trimmed. Blzes ! to l-l years,
Children's Fine All-wool Two-toned Cloth
Reefers, with large plain collar to match.
Sizes -1 to 12 years,
Misses' Stylish Tan, Navv and Oxford
Walking Jackets, with the new "Klon
dike" collars; perfect in fit and finish,
Misses' Black and Navy Cheviot Walking
Jackets, lined throughout with Roman
striped silk. Sizes 12 to 18 years,
$10. uu Eacn.
In Infants' Department
we tire showing a superb
gathering 0f Little Chil
dren's Coats, in plain and
novelty cloths,iniported and
American made, large -assortment
of colorings. Qne
of the latest styles is the
Russian blouse effect, with
braid and button trimmings
and leather belt.
Bonnets.-, and Hats to
Little Boys: Plain Cloth
Coats, doubly breasted; col
lar, cuffs, '.cape and belt
trimmed with1 rows of nar
row white braid.
Tarn O'Sh jitters to match.
Large Pojke Bonnets and
Picture Hatsfc of velvet and
Specials for Today:
Infants' Complete Outfits
22 Pieces for $8 75.
Consisting of 4 Bay Bresses, 4 Night
Breses, 2 Nainsook Skirts, 2 Flannel Bav
Skirts, 2 Flannel Night Skirts, 2 Flannel
Bands. 2 Merino Shirt-, 1 Wrapper and 3
pairs "Worsted Bootees.
Infants' Outdoor Costume
4 Pieces for $2.40.
Tins splendid little outfit consist of
Cream Bedford Lord Long Cloak, with capo,
prettily embroidered in silk-Cordctl or
Kmbroideretl Silk Cap. with lace and rib
lton pompon and iibbon ties pair of
"Worsted Mittens Shetland Wool Veil.
This is a very special value.
Woodward & Lorhrop.
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uui 3iutK-YYcuiiiiirrcsciiis i
Sevres Ware, Lamps and Globes, Sterling
Silver and Silver Plate.
Ilcrc are a few samples of our bargains wc offer:
Sterling- Silver Confection Spoons, in case $1.50
Sterling- Silver Ladles, in case 25
Sterling Silver Sugar Spoons, gold aud enamel $i-75
Sterling Silver Salve Eox Covers and cut glass 5Qc
Files, LTooks, Scissors, &c, from 50c to $1.50
An extra inducement to purchasers of Flat Table Ware,
Solid Silver, in oak or mahogany cases, at Ons Dollar per
We Give Trading Stamps
I Pennsylvania Avenue-
THE PRESIDENT GOES BOME
MrsOIcKiiilcy and Secretary Porter
Will Stop hi Cincinnati to Deliver
an A.ddres and Will Then Pro
ceed to Oniuoii to Vote.
President McKinley left Washington for
Ohio over Hie Pennsylvania Railroad at 2:-10
o'clock yesterday afternoon. He went for
tlie pm-por.e of voting in the Ohio election
mm Tuesday and will remain away until
next Thursday. The President wasaccom
panied by Mrs. McKinley, Secretary Por
ter and a maid ami steward.
Secreiarj Porter was the first member or
Ihe party to arrive at the depot, lie having
left the White House previous to the Preol
deut to complete the final arrangements
for the trip.
Attomry General SIcKenna, with l!r.
McKennu put In an appearance soon after
the Secretary, aud was the only Cabinet
ofri-er present to see the President de-
part. The President and Mrs. McKinley
till! fMwin.ltr.T nn,l 1n vflrwi-nr ,,-liIr.l. J..l
..t ... u.... .t. j .tJ i i t i ut-i iu
been attached to the regular Wcstprn
express for their exclusive use. The cars
will be run through to Cincinnati, arriving
th.-re at 10 45 o'clock today. The Presi
dent will deliver an address before the
Commercial Clubor Cincinnati, tonight, and
-will leave for Cleveland Monday morning,
where ho will be the guest of Myron P.
The iiarty will arrive In Canton on Tties-
;::::: ;: ;;
We have them
ved several minutes before the time ,,"- ., 'S"-', , ,a1 ."K'tfJ- S HSt mm3&
.lu.11 for the departure of the train, arc mvite'd I to observe wit , rVr.S?2pJr M &m 0993
IL-irt'nl-ciinloi1 ttvn Piiltmin nAinli 1 UUIOUS SerIl!i.S In Ihplrruun.nllfa , . . i SA VStfefh. ' 2ESKt
Come to Lis
On Your Purchases.
'(Si All our goods are pure and fresh. Rin
jgj our 'phone (922) and give
X fail to visit our store
w to market. We will deliver your goods with JSJ
promptness. Fruits and Vegetables at market
Vermont Maple Syrup, gaV
One-half Gal. Cans..
3 lb. pekgs Buckwheat,
Extra Coffee; lb. pekg
Country Snusage Meat, per
Large pkge. Rolled Oats...
Sugar Cured Hams, per
Sugar Cured Shoulders, per
California Prunes, lb
Cal. reaches, lb ,
New Figs; lb
Alaska Salmon, can
Large Cans Soup
1-qt. Bottles Catsup
Oyster Crackers, lb
N. Y. full cream Cheese; lb.
Queen Olives; qt
10 Bars Laundry Soap ...
2 packages Washing r0w
S TT " TT T jr- -r nr .
lMntn bt: and
Is Unlimited. ' ITRIUMPHAL BfflfiS
H & SO
day in time for the President to cast ii
ballot. Canton will he left on tlie rollow
lug mornfug, and a stoii will be made at
Pittsburg alwiit noon. The President will
deliver an address at the Carnegie Librar
the same aiternoon. and will attend a
nympuoi.y concert at the Pittshir- smsii
Hall at night. The start for Washington
win no made at 11 o'clock Wednesday
Thaiihxtjl vlntr I'rnelimintion.
President McKinlev yesterday is.i.ed a
Tlmnsivuis proeiamalioa, which wan as
In remembrance ot God's goodne- to ns
during the past year, which lias been ao
atiuiiuant, let us offer unto Him our
thanksgiving and pay our vows unto the
Aloit, liign." Uiiuur his watchful proi
deuce inuustry has prospered, the coniutiout,
or labor naTe bon imptoved, tlie rewards
or the husbandman iiave leeii iDi-reaod
and the COInflirLS of nnr hnn.ua ,,il. mli.i
His mighty hand has preserved peace and
protected the nation. Resivct for law and
oroer nas oeen strengthened, love of ire
institutions cherished and all sections of .
pur beloved country brought into closer
bonds or fraternal regard and generous co
operation. ror tnese great benefits it is our duty to !
praise the lord in a spiritof humaiiitviuid
gratitude and to offer up to him our" most
earnest suppllcauous. That we may o-'
knowledge our obligation as a people to '
Him who has so grnciouIy granted us the i
OiesSlngS Of free iHiwrnmctir. ami ,o,nr,..i !
prosperity, I. William MrKiniv Proi.
dent of the United tats. do turchv ,i,i,.
nate and set anart TlmrsiLiv run ,-.n. I
.l? nr ',. i, .. -i ."". "
To Cure n Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists reruttd the money If it falls to
cure. 2Cc Be2-tr
Xhe Pennsylvania Rnilrontl to rhila
delphla A Perfect Lino to a Per
Only $2.00 next Sunday. Trains leave
Baltimore and Potomac Station at 700,
8:00, 9:00 nnd 11:00 a. m. oc2S 3t
us your orders. Don't IgJ
today when you come
New Raisins, lb 80
Hominy Grits, 2 pekg for... 25G
Best Butterine, lb 5G
Fancy Elgin Creamery, lb... 28 C
old, lb JZ-C
N. I Burbank Potatoes, bu "C
Wiirs aud I"quors.
Okl Bominion Whisky, 4 50 CO V-n
yrs. old; equal to $3 ; gal . . $ L . 0 U
:id Rye Whisky; gal .50
Old Tom Gin; gal $ 1 .50
Pickford's Ttivate Stock, G(T I nfl ???i
years old, qt ...vbl.UU
N. C. Com Whisky: qt 65C
Old Bock Port, gal $1.00
Cal. Sherry, gat $1.00
Sweet Catawba, gal 75D
Old Blackberry Brandy; qt. . 5 0 G
Cal. aged Port; botUe 25C
Cal. aged Sherry; bottle.... 25 C tSi
Cal. Claret; bottle 25G
xv uy nvai uigars, &U In a
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ww ail -r- 1
In Lndlt-M and Children'.-
i unit, t'lii.e.s, yijlrtK. Waists i
and Wra,ptTH. Ttiewi ex-trnordiimi-y
jiricen are Ies
than the manufacturers cost.
value $7. 1
SPECIAL S3. BO.
25 Handsome Heal Plush Lapes
28 lii.hej Ions. UIO inrhi-s KWriMi
thlet front; silk lined, a garment M
.. ,1.1-ji juu muuuisei eisewnere less
fg wool. Kersey trimmed, with braid i
B4 and fur, worth S4. M
IBPWnT -r . -t sA
one lot of Lauies' All-wool Kersey
Jackets. ."- fly front, new sleeves;
real value $7.
One lot of Ladies' A.-tracban Coats, a
ok imeu. -lery latest make, cannot
lie Ind e jsewhere lew tlian $7.
Lot of Children's neaw Reefers;
very stylish make. Worth $3.
to almost nothins:.
500 Bark Print
width - lined
waist -Watt eau
ly braided -vou
Would nav St. on M
OutingFlannel Wrappers, reg- Id
ular ?1.25 value GQC g
r.xtra tine irreiicn i-lannelette
Wrappers, cashmere yokes, entirely
new design, heavily fleeced.
cneapat$l-25 .ysc a
Skirts at Half Value.
In the Skirt line we recognize no a
competition: we ma Re every Skirt
we wll and charge nothing extra
if vu wish tohaveone made t your
As a leader we are going toaeH
yon on Satur
day 200 BrU
out, utneraau- gj
at $1.19 and
$1.9rf. Our M
Handsome Silk Brocaded Skirts,
newest patterns, latest make, worth
Lot o a.ou iii.u ?-. ailk &
IVuiNts, for Saturday ,1.HS. l4
Cut P. fees in Unacivwe ..
Children's Merino Vests, worth
15c, for rc
Infants' 25c Ribbed Wool $
Vtts. f,r -J 53
Boys -.10c Fleeced Shirts and S
Brawers.for crc 5q
Ladies' 25c Heavy-Riboed
Vests, for 3.4c
Men'. Gray or White 39c Shirts
and Brawers, for 25c
Men's Heavy-fleeced Shirts
and Brawers; sold everwbere
50c; onr price 39c
Men's AH-Wool Scarlet Under
wear; real value 51 ; for T5C
Onelof of Men's 25c Suspend
5UU Large-s.ze Gin.i..m fa
Aprons worth 15c
One lot Children's Heavy
Ribbed Hose worth t(r
p and 12c
5C a. PAIR..
20 uozen Lad.es' Fine
Quality Kid Gloves in Tan
Black or "White worth
836 7th St IT. W. 1924-1926 Pa. Ave.
AM, DENTAL PARLORS
720 14th St. X. W.
Special attention given to artificial teeth.
Permanent full sets of teeth.
neiiiiiiiiiK.maueoi ineuestma- j
terial and executed by skilled 'yj
workmen. JM work guaran- ,Tn
teed to be first class in every V
For this month only.
rrF.0IJ THIS MONTH ONLT
tMetal plate, having all the ad
vantages of gold, much lighter,
non-irritating to the moutn, and
denture that money will buy.
Clearing out the entire stock ot
. 71 o Market Space.
SJorfolk t5c Washington
: mS1? Spy,1?. lhS eiT for For Ires
ilpnroe, orfolk, Newport News and
all points South by tho superb, row-
erful steel palace steamers, "New-
port Isews, ' -Norfolk" and "Wash-
mgton,-' on the following schedule:
Arrive Fort Monroe
Ariive Portsmouth .'
Leave Fort Mon roe
..7:00 p. ra.
..7:20 p. rii.
-:20 a. m.
..6:10 a rn.
..5:50 p. m.
..rXihltoIr8 lo, Cliamheriiit's'new ho'teh
lTeH?s?ia ,,d Virginia Beach
iuu iuu me most attractive
routcinsurlng a comfortable nighfa
, Large and luxurious rooms heated
by Rteum and fitted througaout with
electric lights. Bining-room sorvice is
P" ? .HarHlanU '5. sur-IQd from the
best that the markets of Washington
aud Norfolk afford.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Exorevi
P.w'.cc,oT tnusylyania avenue: 51:1
c1' .4?1 lnnsylvanla avenue; B.
& O. ticket office, corner lEih street
and New lork avenue, and on board
steamers, where time taMe.man.eU
can also be bad.
Any other information desired will
be furnished on application to tfceun-
dcrsigned at the company's wharf,
foot of 7th St., Waauiugtou. D C
Telephone No. 7D0.
JN'O. CaLLAHAN, Ueueral Manager
SB L ii