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THE TTMTS, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 18&7,
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I LANSBURQH & BRO.
I YOU SURELY HAVE t
MANY NOVEMBER WEDDINGS
A TRADING STAMP BOOK.
If you have not you are an exception to the general rulef
for nearly every one you meet now has a book bsgun, and a
great many have already filled several books and received
beautiful presents merely by handing in their books with
We give Trading Stamps to every purchaser of ten cents'
worth or more of merchandise and yet enable you to buy
goods way below the prices of others, because we buy our mer
chandise in such quantities and direct from the largest manu
facturers and mills everywhere, besides giving you the bene
fit of Trading Stamps. The Trading Stamp feature has
come to stay, and many useful articles can be secured through
filling your stamp books. It would pay you to visit the
headquarters of the Washington Trading Stamp Companj,
which is directly opposite our establishment, and see the
magnificent articles of merchandise, both useful and orna
mental, which they give away. One finds here Guitars.
Handolins, Zithers, Violins, Onyx Tables, Books, Roger's
Silver Ware, Roger's Knives and Forks, Tea and Table
spoons, Clocks. Cameras, Opera Glasses, Solid Gold Rings,
Furniture, Rocking Chairs, Tables, Pictures, Cut Glass.
Dresden China, ladies' and gentlemen's hundred-dollar
Bicycles, which take seven books full; Sewing Hachines
which need five; Lamps, Brussels Carpet Sweepers, etc.
THE TRADING-STAMP HEADQUARTERS are open daily
from eight o'clock until six, and on flondays and Saturdays,
for the convenience of those who cannot come during the
day, they keep open until nine o'clock. They have polite
people to show you these presents and explain to you any
feature of the Trading-Stamp business that you do not comprehend.
THIS FINE TEA GOWN
This beautiful Tea Gown,
made of Princess Casbmere,
fleeced lined, in exquisite ef
fects of blue, red, green and
dove, with full front from joke,'
Tyiih wide straps of black velvet
over shoulders. A fitted waist
lining, princess back, daintily
finished with small buttons;
wide girdle; the new style
sleeve; extra width skirt; full
length, with deep hem.
All sizes in stock.
Special Price, S2.25.
This elegant warm Underskirt, made
of fine quality Gray Melton Cloth, cut
full an J wide, with six inch flounce at
the bottom, neatly trimmed with several
rows of narrow Soutache braid. Gored
at the top on a perfect fitting yoke, with
draw-string. Length, 38, 40 and 42.
SPECIAL PRICE, 98c.
Child's Coats, made of Boucle and
Fancy Plaid Effects; some with large sailor
colors; some fancy Brctelles over shoulders,
trimmed with braid and buttons. Sizes, 2
to 6 years old.
This pretty Cap, made of
richly embroidered China
Silk; full ruching of lace and
ribbon around face and neck;
large pompom of lace and
ribbon on top; wide strings.
It Will Rival
The ApproaohliiK iMurrlngo of Mb-.
Cora IVrkfiis to Colonel Frank
It needs uo prophet to foretell that No
vember will iial October as a mouth
of wedding. The latest announcement
made and tor which a huge number of
Imitations have been bent out, Is for the
marriage, at the Church of the Coicnaut,
of .Miss Cora Perkins, the daughter or
tx-Se-iator Bishop W. Perkins, of Kansas,
to Frank Crawford Letts, U. S. A. Colonel
on the srafr of Gov. Drake, of Iowa,
which will be solemnized November 11, at
4 30 p. in.
'Hie best man will be Mr. Chailes St.
Clair, of Marshtdltown, Iowa, and the
groomsmen selected aie Mi. Chapman
Perkins, a biotttei of the bride; Mi. John
wilUina, Mr. Au-hibald Butt, Mr Colllu
Htudds. oT Washington; Mr. Lnn Noirls
of Iowa, aid Mr. John S. Ensoi, of Balti
more. Miss Josephine Peiklns will attend
her sister as maid of honor, and the maid's,
all c,t then. school frleudfa of the bride,
will be Ml'S-Mury Jones, the daughter of
Sena' oi Jones, of Arkansas; Miss Alice
Burdelte.'cr Washington. Miss Jda Glen
Tonner, of Canton, Ohio; Miss rioj Jllcks,
of St J'ajl, Minn.: Miss Bertha Punk, of
Ilugorstown, Md., and .Miss Floieuoe Eiihii
of Baltimore. The bride will be giveu
in maniuge bv Mr. Beriah Wllkius, who
is her mother's kinsman. The church
coremonj will be followed by a reception
at the fairilli residence, 1815 Sixteenth
street, fiom 5 o'clock to 0:30.
Col. Letts will arrive hero next Saturday
b special car from his home in Maishall
town, Iowa. Ho will he accompanied by
his brother. Mr. John Letts, and "wife, Mr
and Mrs. B. A. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Den
mead. Mr. and Mr. H. L. Spencer, Mr. and
Mrs. Nate Spencer.aiidMissGettrude Speu
ccr, Mr. Lynn Norris and Mr. Charles Si.
Clair. The wedding will be preluded by
several entertainments, the Hist or whih
will be a theater party to be given to the
bridal group by the gioom elect .shortly
after he reaches Washington. On the night
before the wedding, arter the chutch re
hearsal, be will also give a banquet to his
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stevens have closed
t heir summer home at Att let , which Is about
thirt n.ilcs from Canada and one of the
plcaeantest spots in Northern New Yoik.
The are back agaliit their handsome
residence on Sixteenth street, but w ill
leave for New York eaily In the month to
be present at the hore show.
M Remarkable ITll I IflVPC B
g selling: of French Jlil lllU Y VU
N eveut that should arouse the interest of
every glove wearer in Washington! The en
tire stock -lof the largest firm of Western
glove importers and retailers bought at 50 per
r YX ill EC T. "VJV N. CjyrW:3Tv T.""flLi
r. r .
cent below the actual wholesale cost! This stock
of the Rothschild Co. embraces nothing but the g
very best qualities all the newest styles all the
latest colorings. Offered at prices impossible p
to ever again duplicate under the new tariff con-
ditions. lvery style worth the wearing is here p
for ladies, misses and men. Divided into two g
A magnificent assortment
of Dressed Kid and Suede
Gloves, in every color, ever3T
size to select from ! In 4 but
ton, 2 clasp and Foster hook
styles. Please notice that
they are regular $i, 1.25
and $1.50 qualities.
Real French Kid-includes
Gloves for ladies, misses and
for gentlemen. Sold every
where (these same grades) at
1 75, $2 and up to $3 the
pair. In button (two and
three) clasp and Ideal fasten
er styles- Ah the new even
ing and street shades.
Louvre Glove Co
F Street, No. "919.
812-814 Seventh Si
115 Market Space.
riTT lb ' LI I11U5W
t uengniiui uenciirice
Always the Same
Tlii ladles or the Lltchrield Inaugurated
the bCin's gaieties Friday evening with a
Halloween party, the my-tlo me beimr
eeletimted a lvr eveningh In ad.ince hi
that a number or the iruiilleiiien uestH
uld enjoy the fchtlvltieb before solng
to their respective home- to vote. The
danci'1" hourp wqre from 9 to 1 2. Among
those nrefconl were Mrs. and Miss Itenshaw
Mrs. Mlllward, the MUscs Clements, Hdker.
LowIh, Walker, Jenuing, Bradley, Wood
Mr. Piul Mi-s Cameron, Mr and Mr-.
ltun:hardt, Mr. and Mrs. Mislead, I'nf.
Vinot, Dr. Schull7, Ilr Jenner, and MeKr-.
"Ward, Shuhter, Frank Dodge, and W. W
J 420, 422, 424, 426 Seventh St.
(i Q.-'-' ,-r SiSfb,'& --tt Sk .-fe.-fer-fe o
Admiral and Mr. Roe have returned
from an extended Northern trip and have
reopened their home on Seventeenth olreet.
Miss Tena Mcintosh, of Hlokory, N. C , Is
visiting Iter oooiin , Mrs. J. S. Torallnson, No.
1233 Eleventh fctreet nortlivest.
The fir seal oonrreuce -will be compli
mented by ex-Secreiary John Y. Foster,
who -wai Rlxe a reception iu' their honor
TonlglO, Is Ilaltow-eeu, and the small
lH)v, nit to ba done out of bis celebra
tion leoausc of its falling on Sunday, -was
rampant last ulKht with his flour bag-, and
will doubtless being a small boy- repeat
his achievement- tomorrow-
Miss Elsie McKeever balled for Europe
lant Tveek Tor a kliort visit, abroad, with
Urs-TearinKi of New York.
been absent from the rity since their trip
early in the summer to Canada, have re
timed to their residence, No. 1508 H
street, from Pomfrct, Conn., where they
have been recently htaylug.
A memorial service for Prof. Dinipl,
the well-k&own miiNicJan, who died on the
2Gth of last August, will be held at St.
John's Church today. Dr. Mackay-Stnith,
the rector, agisted by Dr. Elliott, of As
cenMon Church, will conduct the hen ice.
It is thought that Bishop Satterlee may
A marriage has been Kjlemnlzed in this
city that came near not taking place, and
tPK ! how 11 happsneu.. 1 i.e tild'-'ieti
was driving with her nance's Msler down
Ity hall way where the joung man had
his law orficc. when "he rapgestpu that
they beatiry him with a call. They haa
their trouble Tor their pain, Tor Hon.co
wasn't in. Slfter.s bear such aKippolnt
mentn rationally, but it is too cruel to
expert coiiih.oh hene from a non-to-te
brirto- Der firht idea wan to leave 'i
Minbcam of a note on hi denk which . ould
have been lofdy if she had stopped at
that, but she kept right on reading the
addrcfe." on the en elopes of buineM
letterh scattered about, until she came to
a torn one partly directed In his own hand
'Hie "bic?est" half had been thrown away,
but on one of the craps in her pose&lon
wa the name Elizabeth, and on the other
the initial N.
At that Instant her heart broke She
baid so, and she was a girl who-e word
her mother could alwajs rely on So
her heart broke and she scrawled an ever
lasting farewell on his blue blottei, stuek
her engagement ring on the head ol bus
sponge 'uonkey pen wiper, and went home
with a ctq ciou-ness thai her ti:ii haj
come to die- The remainder of that
i'ay she fat lltilesslj in her red velet
roker, the daj after she lay on her blue
brocade lounge, and the third morning
she. kept to her white enamel bed. All
this time she would listen to no appeab
1L behalf of perfidious Romeo, and read
rone of the messages that he wrote 3u
he Flopped writing messages and then
she sent for him- quick Ron.eowasonlj too
glad of the Invitation, and when with the
calmness that only approaching death
can give. heanked, as a last request, that
he would tell her who was that Ell7abeth
N., to whom he wrote, Romeo answered
promptly. "Elizabeth, New Jersey."
And so they weie married.
from Calun.et place -which riheriMiU'd early I will spend the winter at No. 21 Grant
in tne i nil 10 Mr .-cuny or jiieihiiu, win piui:c
go abroad after Christmas for an ev
wnde d stay .
The marriage of Miss Gerfrud Spell
man Vlatr and Mr. Frank. Ely Wlnchell,
of New Haven, will be solciiiui.ed Mow
day evening Mud be followed by a recep
lion rroi-i 7 to !, at 1-121 Uinuey htreet,
Columbia Heights. A ,
On Tuesday, November U.jlhe ladies or
St. Michicl and All Angels Church will
give a luncheon and suppor at No. 1JJ12 F
The jirrluge or Mlbs Marie D. Stewart,
daughter of Mr. Augustus Stewart of the
Natic nal Muteiiiii, and Dr. Louis Fierce,
or Chieugo was quietly .Kdemnlzed lasi
night at the residence or the bride's
parents No. &00 Eikhlee"nth street, p.cv.
Farher Mackln, ot St. Paul's Church,
A retention was tendered Dr. and Mrs
It. S Hust, or Cincinnati, by the "Women's
Home Missionary Society of the District.
last night at the Deaconess Home, rron
7:30 to 9'30 o'i loci", which was atteuded
by a larue number of the members of the
organl.atif n and their friends.
Mr. Louis Prhade ind family have re
turncl tc tue cu from their country home
"Aniiarur:," in Fairfax county, Va. They
The marriage or MNb Ida Isabel! Sulli
van ai.d Mr. John Joseph Dolan, will take
place V.'edne-dav.November 10, at 5 o'clock
at IJol) Trinity Church, Georgetown.
The announcement or the coming mar
ruge ol Mrs. M. S. Lay or this city, to
Coi.nt Von WoeUen, military attache of
the Ger'nan embassy, will cau-e surptlse of
a most pleasurable sort, for, like all other
sociil enters, Washington dearly lovei ltn
Mr. Edward Baicla, the English artist,
who painted the famous portrait of Pad
erewski, has taken the house No. 911 Nine
teenth street, where, with his wife and
daughter, he will paK& the winter.
The Unity Club 74) will meet at the
Litchfield on next Wednesday evening.
Mrs. C M. Darton has returned to Wash
ington from (ranston's-on-the-Hu(lson,near
West Point, where she spent a most cu joy
able summer. She Is located for ths winter
at the Lltchfhld.
Mi- r.initt Costinan, of Summer Seat,
Aid- Ik tin gner.tof her sister. Miss Custlgan,
No. 110 C street southeast-
The second annual soiree of the pupils
ol Miss VIrgle Luckett's dancing academy
The home of Mrs. Agnes Fingles, 618
G street northwest, was the scene of a
happy gathe-ingor young and old folks last
ulght, the occasion being a birthday
party glen to her son, Mr. Leonard Tingles.
Under the supervision of Mfss Frances
Scott gamcR and dancing were indulged in
until a late hour, after which all re
paired to the dining loom to partake of a
delightful supper. Among those present
were. Mrs Kraft, Misses Ida and MnbI
Kraft, Mr. Carl Scott, Miss Jessie Scott,
Mr "Wldlam Marr, Mr. J. C. Jones, Miss A.
Hessler, Mfss Emil Kraft, Mr. John O'Neill
Mr Stephen D. Clements, Mr. M. M. Sulli
van. Mrs. Alice G. Pjles, Miss Katie
Kraft and Mr. J. C. Olllver.
Cards have been sent out for the marriage
of Miss Lucy Maude Rynex, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rynex, to Mr. James
Lewis Murphy, of Louisiana, November 5,
ur 8 p. va., at. the Tourth Presbyterian
Gen. aud Mrs. McKeever, who have
Kinc Will Continue
Mrs. C. King has purchased the entire
stockofboth stores 812-81i Seventh street
and 15 Market Space from the estate of
II. King, jr. She will continue to con
duct the business under the same firm
name of King's Palace, and it will be
her endeaior to maintain the high reputa
tion mat it nag won. She has long been
tne mainstay oi the business and well
merits the sincere appreciation of her many
The Leiler mansion, on Dupont Circle, is
being pr-pared for the return of the fam
ily, who have been in England for some
time past. Mr. Letter has already arrived
Mrs John A Logan, who is comfortably
established in one of a row of bricks across
AM. DENTAL PARLORS
720 14th St. N W.
Bpeclal attention given to artificial teeth.
Permanent full sets of teeth.
terial and executed by skilled
workmen. All work guaran
teed to be first class in every
For this month only.
FOR THIS MOVTn ONLT
lletal plate, having all the ad
autaguH of gold, muca lighter,
uon-irrnatlng to the moutn.and
denture that money will buy.
I --.. ' T HDD '
RS. CAROLINE KING, widow
of the late H, King, Jr., has
purchased from the representa
tive of his estate all the stock in the
stores of King's Palace, 812-814 Seventh
Street and 715 Market Space. She will
continue the business under the same firm
name of King's Palace. She takes this
opportunity of thanking her many
friends for their patronage, and assures
them that it will be her earnest en
deavor to ponduct the business in the
same honorable manner that has made
it the leading' Millinery Establishment
in town. ' For the past forty years Wash
ington ladies have found Kingls Palace
the best and cheapest place in which to
purchase' their Millinery, Cloaks, etc.,
and the splendid reputation it has ob
tained will be most jealously maintained.
The entire present stock will be sold at
a great sacrifice. Beginning Monday,
special prices will prevail all over the
store. Announcements of special bar
gains will be made in the papers, and.
whatever is advertised will be absolutely
liquid and powder)
III. Triple Value
Antleptlc. wholesome and fragrant.
Used by dentists, physicians
1 A SOSPLE FOB THREE CENT'. f
yln HALL &. RFC KEL, Proprietors. c-X-j
wis given last evening at the Confederate
eteran's liall. Much amusement wad
created bj the cane walk given by a num
ber of pupils dreftfcd In costume, for which
a prize was given Another attractive
feature or the evening was the dancing of
tiny Miss Mildred Coons.
Miss Evingellna CIsueros was the guest-
of honur last night at a musicale giveu
at the residence or Mr. and Mrs. Meja&kie,
Nc- 1710 Corcoran street. The guests con
sisted of both Cuban and American friends
or the young lady, and an excellent pro
gram was contributed by leading pro
fessional 'fiuslcians, among them being
Mr. Golilohorough, Mrs Atwood and C.
L. L Pollock. Miss CineroS will attend
a Cntho'ic cliurih thiMiiurmug and leave
later in the day for Chicago.
Mi Sanders Garland ha"? returned from
New York, and after a brief ay In Wash
ington will leave early iu November for
Mss Gertrude Dulin, who has been
bpendisg the autumn with her aunt. Mrs..
George lluUn, at her country home near
Richmond, uab returned to the city and
will be tl e guest throughout the winter
o her sistc. Mrs. B. E. McLean, of Co
Mrs Cllifoid Perln is smong the list of
the returned She spent the last part ot
the sunnier at Hlack Rock with her
mother, Mr Clagett, aud before returning
here spent several weeks In New York.
Mrs Lorlng returned to Washington
from Battlieore yesterday, accompanied
by Mrs. Howard Carroll, In whose honor she
will give a dinner this evening. Mr and
Mr". Cairoll and Mrs. Tucker Carroll, of
Baltinurc, will sail from New York on
November MO by the Normanfa for Gi
braltar, and will go thence to Cadi..
Spain, where they will spend the winter.
Mr nnd Mrs. Charles A Maxwell have
leased their house, 1312 Twenty-first
street, to the Guatemalan minister for
the season Mrs. Maxwell will spend most
of the winter -with her son, Max, at Cornel:
Tnis is a story ot a wedding veil. Thi
web isofmiy Brussels lace, andso ancient
tnat the blossoms that spray Its border
are orange lu color, as in name. Its first
wearer was the twice great-graudmother
of a young Washington matron, who wore
ic herself last year.
Two years ago this young matron she
was a girl then lost her money in the
epidemic of bank failures, leaving the two
almost as pathetically helpless as that piir
of babjs in the wood. Quite by chance,
wheuthe mother wasslck and thedaughter
unhappy, and both as poor as church mice,
the giri lead a newspaper account ot the
difficult v a certain New York woman was
having in matching a patterns of lace.
The description tallied with the orange
border on the family veil.
So -he (sketched a bit ot the design and
Inclosing it with the heirloom's pedigree
sent them to the New York lace hunter
who caught at the bargain at once. Now
this veil was to be worn by the lace
huulsr'p daughter at her bridal, and In
great triumph she showed it to her
"Wfster'i uncle, who had come on expressly
to see Ler wed. He read the Washington
girl's letter. He compared the veil with
the etthiug, and then he made a discovery.
It was a tear. It had raised a welt on
the paper and he vowed by the dismal
little spiash that he would buv thai
Brussels' veil If it took every dollar he was
worth. He was worth a great many dollars
but his idece owned an 'equal amount or
ITe the only he had seen her try on
that veil, and had said she was simply
"divine." Under such circumstances, a
woman becomes a human Gibraltar, and
no one Knew better than the rich uncle
that Gibraltar is not to be moed. When
the wedding night came, however, and
the bride was gowned, veiled and blossom-
crowned, he dismayed her attendants by
commanding somebody, everybody, to help
! Vin. AfP tt-l-l .,....- -.nil CV.r .nlrl 1. . .-
IJt' KJLl 1WI1 Lilcie ni. Qllt rx.iu WICit,
splash Hcemed to dampen every pleasure
the lviir brought. She could defy her
uncle, but she couldn't fight a tear.
So that is how the rich man from the
West came by tho veil, and that Is how
he c&.uie to know and marry the girl, and
904 7th St.
Look at these prices
and then ask yourself
whether you ever saw
such prices before! We
can beat the world at
low prices. A penny
saved is a penny gained,
and many a penny can
be saved, here.
$2.93 Dress Skirts plain, j
black and brocaded
$1.69 Ladies' Cloth Capes.. 950
$1.98 Ladles' Cloth Capes.. J) 1 ,0 J
?4.9S Ladles'Cloth Capes..$3.79
$2.49 Dress SklrU plain
$1.09 Dreso Skirts
39c Ladies Domet Waists..
$1.09 Ladies' Flannel
SG.9S Ladles' Plut-h Capes .2)4.25
G9c Ladles' Calico Wrap
pers 98c Ladies' Flannelette
49c Merino Underwear
35c Ribbed Vestsand Pants.
19c Ribbed Vests
19c Cashmere Gloves
$1.23 Night Gowns
69c Night Gowns
25c Infants Sacques
15c Infants' Bootees
15c Linen Towels
9So Table Covers
75c Double Blankets
98c Double Blankets
$3.98 Double Blankets....
69c Bed Comforts
98c Bed Comforts 75C
49c Full Size Sheets 39G
12c Pillow Cases 7G
6o Domet Flannel 4G
15c All-wool Flannel (JO
So Amoskeag Gingham.... 5G
5c Apron Gingham 3MG
Sc Striped aud Checked r
WhiteGoods Q Q
5c Yard-wide Cotton UsC
8c Plaid Dress Goods -. 4C
39c Boys' Knee Tants 25C
50c Unlaundered Shirts.. . 3oG'
1,. u,uu -riannei Draw-
STERN'S, 9Q4 nn st.
that Is well, that is all there is atout the
Among the teuton's debutantes will l.
Miss Katharine Craig, the daughter orCapr.
and Mrs. .Robert Craig, of 1 Etreefc.
Mr and Mrs. Doolan. or Sixteenth street-,
are home from Boston," where they have'
a channlnir summer place, about five miles
beyond the city's limits.