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JIT IS DRAWING NEAR.
Soon that happy Holiday will be here, g
"We have already planned everything for a
you. You can come now and select your 1
goods, and if you do not care to take them I
with you we will lay them aside for you 1
until you desire them delivered. 3
fe No Charge
For ngraring umbrellas, stamping
your nairi8 on pocket books, engraving
initials on silverware, for engraving
WE GIVE GREEN
The original kind
I nave started your book with. Perhaps your 1
I book is nearly full; if so, this Christmas
I shopping will help you fill it. 1
P Ladies' Gloves
Guaranteed by us.
Ladies' 4-button Glace Glove, in nliolcc
shndesof tnn, brown, mode, gray, blaik,
white, pearl, and malzo perfect in fit
SPECIAL PRICE 98c
Ladies' 5-liook Foster, in tan, brown
SPECIAL PRICE 8Sc
Ladies 2-clasp Pique, with 3 ro is
of embroidery, in tan, brown, red ind
SPECIAL PRICE -..OSC
A large aasortinenr of Ladles and
Children's Woolen Gloves and Mitteas
at reduced prices.
Always make acceptable preseuts.
A beautiful assortment of Ladies'
SMeer Lawn, Embroidered Handker
chiefs, hemstitched mid scalloped eds.
SPLPIAL PRICE 12 1.2a
Ladies' All Pure Linen HandEmhroiil-
ered Handkerchiefs, hemstitched ;nd
scalloptd Pdges Regular 35c. ciualltv.
PIECIAL PRICE 35c
Ladles All Pure Linen JTand Em
broidered Open Work Handkercblei
Initials. FOR XS 1-2 ami sec
I This Skirt only $1.19
Z Will make a nice Xrnas present.
Ladies' Hand Knit rnderklrt, -made
of the best quality Germ into".n w.ml,
in shades or dark gray, with a fan-y
bord-r of hgiit blue. pink, garnet id
black, extra width a ltd length, oa a
prfect fating yoke, with drwsU4n-.
SPECIAL PRICE SX.X9
FOR TOMORROW SHOPPERS.
The Fall Fashion Sheets are here. Yours for the ask-3
rig. A sample plate of Ice Cream awaits you on our sec- 1
ond floor. A little Wooden Bank given to each child A I
L.oaa r-encu to each gentleman.
I 420, 422, 424, 426
20 Pairs $1.60 Lace Shoe, Size iO so
27 Pairs $1.00 Lace Shoes, Sizes - - - - - 60
t I 6 6H 7 7 8 ""
123 Pairs $1.25 Lace Shoes, Sizes - -
229 Pairs $1.50 Lace Shoes, Sizes
All PMladelpHa Kid, Patent Tips 27
auu xaoouu XiiluiilCU. i3ij
BUST STORE .
All Week Clearing $4 and $3.50 Foot Form Boots
Some Left ! Oome Quick !
Form Langlois Sft
F St, Cor. 13th.
Chldtfitr'a V.avllafe ?UMMt4 TC-jr
unclnal na Onlj Geaalne.
rc, Jwt reiUbl. loii ft
vnefxr litl,r V- JHa
.nmd Brand in Red tal Gold cruliic
Rmxu, Mld with Um ribbra. T.te
'l9j iftirf iUr amu llnm..i. ... A t-
1b iuopt tat pinlcslui tfiriira:!ilj ut
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LANSBURGH & BRO.
We Box Free of Charge
All the presents you buy of us, whether 3
it be Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Gloves
or anything else. 3
ALL THIS a
the Tdnri f.Wr. vr-, I
AH our Jewelry Guaranteed.
Infants' Solid Gold Rings, carved and
with pretty littleVttings. Only .250
Ladles'. Solid GoltTRlngj, with beauti
ful settings sold elsewhere r.t OSc.
Our special price 4SC
Boys' Gold Pilled Watch Chains,
Mrongly made and warranted for 5
years. Special price 980
Solid Gold Curt Pins, ucautirally de
signed. Only Q8C lJUlr.
Some Special Items
In Housekeeping Linens. 3
500 do7en 20-inch Plaid Linen Doy- 3
lies. Special price rj0c doz. 3
100 dozen lG-inoh Plain White 'rid 1
Red Bonier German Damask Doy-
,Ies 6GC doz. 3
200 dozen 5-S Full Bleached, Full j
Selvedge Scotch Damask Nap
Wns SrL.OOdoz. 3
100 dozen 22.iilch Full Bleached, 3
Full Selvedge Scotch Dnnnsk Nap- 3
klns $1.50 doz. j
CO of sizes 2x2 1-2 yards Red Ror-
cred German Damask Fringed Table 3
Clotus .$X.3G each, a
BO of size 2x2 1-2 Plain White fj
Scotch Damask Fringed Table 3
C,oths $X.2G each. 3
CO of 'size 4-J Plain White Knotted
Fringed, with open-work border, Dam- 5
ask Tea Cloths , soc 3
r0 of slic Wv Plain Whltp Open 3
work Border Dnmnk Tei Cloths si "3
36 of size 5-1
Plain 'White 3
Damask Tea 3
CtoM8 $1.25 !
io ioy, ,uu
That Dollar Palm
J. R. FItBEMAN,
612 13th St. K. W.
THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SMDAY,
WHITE HOUSE RECEPTIONS
Rumors About a Change iu (lie
Program Officially Denied.
The Ct ruing Week in Society Full of
Bob 11 1 it nt c Tens, Weddings and.
Other l'leuhunt Functions.
Though the debutantes and tlieir pretty
teas -wilL continue to monopolize attention
throughout the coming -week, the begin
ning and the end thereof will be marked
by balls, eacli under the auspices of promi
nent society women, and each for a
The Cabinet ladies -will adhere to heir
usual custom of receivlug on Wednes
day, despite the fact that thO White Ifcuse
receptions will be given on that date. By
Judicious arranging of hours, the 'best
day of all'' can be divided satisfactorily
bet-ween Airs. McKiniey and her official
family, and, what will be truly de-.ir.ible, 1 he
change In the White House dates v ill
leave Saturdaj s disengaged.
There has been a good deal of mere
gossip about chunges in the piogram or
receptions, etc.. at the Executive ilan
sion for 198. None of the gossip lias
originated iu the White Hou&c.
The basis for the talk is the prospective
death of the mother of President McKiniey,
so that, as was slated at the White House
yesterdaj, the talk has been more in the
nature 01 inueceut enterprise than ou actual
Mr. Porter, the secretary to the Presi
dent, was asked yeerday what there was
in tlie reported changes- He said that he
knew of no changes from the program
already agreed upon, aud that there would
bo no deviation unless the President author
This disposes of tl e talk that the Cabi
net ladies were about to launch a new
schedule or time for the coming events.
The progiatu will, therefore, remain
as follows until another is authorized from
the White House
Januaiy 1, Sat uulaj President's pub
lic reception, 11 a. m. to 1.30 p in.
January 5, Wednesday Diplomatic, ju
dicial, and Congressional reception, 9 to
11 p. in.
.laniur.v 7, rrlrtay Cabiuct dinner, 8 p.
January 1 2, Wednesday Dlplomaticdin
ncr, 8 p. in.
January 19, Wednesday Judicial and
Congresbional reception, 0 to 11 p. m.
.lanuan 20, Wednesday Supreme Court
dinner, 8 p. m.
Februai 2, Wednesday Arniv r.nd
Navy reception, 9 to 11, p. m.
February 9, Wednesday Congressional,
diplomatic and judicial reception, 9 to
11 p. 111.
Februai y 1G, Wednesday Public re
ception, 9 to 11 p. m.
Mr Henry C. Pcliew has cards out fur
5 o'clock Tuesday to introduce Miss .Marion
On Wcdnoday afternoon Mrs. Leiter
will give a tea from 4 to G to pree.lt
Miss Daisy Leiter.
On ThunHlay, from 4 to 7, Mrs. Seawell
will xlvc a tea to meet MJhh Emily Page
At 5 o'clock, Mrs. Rolert Craig, to n
troducc Miss Craig, will give a tea, and
alK at 5 o'clock Mrs. Charles J. Bell will
give a tea.
Mrs. Warder's tea is announced for
Friday afternoon, and on the same date
Mr.. Fenda'l will present Miss Mary F-n-dall
at a tea from 5 to 7.
Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Rudclltfe will
receive the member of New York Avenue
Church and congregation at the M.uim.
No. 1200 K street, tomorrow evening
from 8 to 10 o'clock.
Anooitc JuHIqo Brown and .Mrs. Brown
will entertain at dinner on Tuesday night.
On Wednesday evening a dinner for
joung people will be given by .Mrs. John
Mies MaryGwymiandMr. roiiiimiullclten
will be united in marriage on Wednesday,
the nuptials to c followed by a recep
tion at 1 o'clock at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Haphael
The marriage or Miss Katherlne McDon
ald, daughter of P.epreseutntivo John Mc
Donald, to Mr. Gci.rgcG. Bradley, be th of
Mrs. Kicharson Clover's fancy dress party
for children will be the event of next Sat
urday afternoon, and in the evening all
society will be represented at Baucher's,
We are fully prepared lor HOLIDAY BUSINESS with a stock more complete than ever and surnas.ed
by none for variety and LOW PRICES, Our object is, and always has been, to give "the bSt valuS?
ble and never sacrifice the quality of goods to meet alluring figures, at which only inferior aS can
be sold. Our stock comprises J w " "ties can
All that is new in Sterling Silver Novelties, Diamonds, Watches
Bric-a-Brc, Clocks Umbrellas, Canes, Opera Glasses, Bronze
i!?UeS,,,ripl,(;ate,rVIirr0rSl Ster,iSand Silver-plated Tableware,
14k. Gold Jewelry of every description.
Sterling Silver Qloe Hook.
Sterling Sliver Top Salve Box.
Sterling Silver Stick Pin.
Sterling Silver Hat Pin.
Sterling Silver Dumb-bell Links.
Sterling Silver Sliirt Studs.
Sterling Silver College Pin.
Sterling Silver ana Pearl Letter Opener.
Sterling Silver Nail Tile.
Sterling Silver Shoe Hook.
Sterling Silver Top Salve Eox.
Sterling Silver Mustache Comb.
Sterling Silver Thimble.
Sterling Silver Tie Fafetener.
Sterling Silver Bag Tags.
Sterling Silver Scissors.
Sterling Silver Bicycle Name Plate.
Sterling Silver Toilet Comb.
Sterling Silver Sugar Spoon.
Sterling Silver Bonnet Brush.
Sterling Silver nnd Cut Glass Pungent.
Solid uold Stick Pins.
Solid Gold Child's Ring.
Solid Gold Collar Button.
-We offer the
Ji cm and ud
We have the finest graiea improved
Boys' Watches, $2.50.
Avoid the rush se'ect while the stock is complete, lay goeds aside, pay a small deposit, and your Christ
mas shopping will be easy.
when the lady managers of liilrfield Hos
pital wui give their benefit bull.
Totonmc district, -will take place Wednes
day next at 1 2 o'dock at Chrlbt Church,
Mrs. William Henry White "Will he nt
home on Thursdays at tho Livingston
The'AIises Gary luvertiturncd to ".'atli
wgumnner a short visit to Baltimore.
Tile German minister received the mem
bers of the diplomatic korps yesterrtaj
Miss Mildred Lee. who Is at present visit
ing in Virginia, will shortlv arrivn In
Washington, where she will be I'aUbllMied
at the urartoii for the winter.
And now some singular third person of
the masculine gender declares tint ihn
Delsarte physical culture girl has unlearned
the way to Ixnw There have been keptk,s
who have doubted the beauty of entis
and the wisdom of Athene, but who would
have supposed the cynic breathed v. ho
would question the grace of the mrlety
girl of today. He tomnlblns that the new
woman acknowledges an introduction ith
a nondescijpt wriggle which Is more of a
000 man a how, and that when she at
tempts the slow., stately irrace of the
minuet eery step is a travesty on her
brocaded, pott dei ed and hiuh heeled erond
mother who danced with the ivaliert
01 ner oay. ie graciously admits that the
very new girl 'is capable of redlscoverimr
the lost art, but is sure she will never do
it, for the leas'jn that it is a selMmnoM'ii
mission ofhem to secshow many things
sue can io at once and a graceful bow
It is a pity that the Angular nerson dirt
not take time, Jilnihelf, to reilect that
lie, himself. Is. only a duplicate of Froissart
ue cornlues and the rest of thOhe mussty
old wranglers who used to think it fine fun
to criticise the women of their times. If
we could get al the first letjlers Cadmus
put together it is likely w'es could t-pell
out, aggravating thlngsitf his about women
and so the only heed I he new girls need
laKo or iiei fellowmnn's diatribe Is 10 lw
piofou'ioiy thankful that not a word of it
The League of American Pen Women
held its regular monthly meeting m
Wednesday, December 1, and transacted
(pnte an amount of business. Mrs. Dallas
Albert, of Latrobe, Pa., was elected an
active member. Mrs. Albert Is jn the
staff or the Pittsburg Dispatch. Mrs,
Sherman, wife of the Secretary or State,
and Mrs. George P.. Lyon, of New 1'ork
city, were elected honorary ifiembersof the
A pretty wedding was solemnized at the
First Frebj terian Church Tuesday after
noon, the contracting parties being Air.
Harry L. Conner and Mis9 Hannah A. Ball.
Rev. Dr. Byron SunderlauciorncUting. The
biide was attired In rawpilfrrd iucwd
cloth, trimmed with velve't ami" white and
gold satin, with large hat to match end
carried a large bouquet whtre rhrvian
themunis. The ushers weni MffTCharhjsn.
Ball, brother or the bridef Mr. Cla-nle T.
Thoniburg, Mi , George M. Dowe, and Mr.
Louis E. Bainard.
Mr. and Mrs. Conner have gone East en
their wedding trip, and iuxin .heir return
will reid0 at Xo. ll.iS Ff,tb.itreet Jiorth-
Miss Georgia ShallcnlH'rgeff'd.inghter of
Colonel and Mrs. George A. Hlialienbe-ger,
arried home esterdav after an extended
tour to the Pacific Coasts
Senator J. A-Galiinger, Hon. -Jamas V.
Graff, Hon. Cane BrodertCk and Hon.. Mar
riott Brosius are among tlTe Senatorial and
Congressional contingent wbo-hare arrived
at the Eismere for the session.
At the meeting or the Shortr Story Club
last Tucsda Mrs. W. W. Case- read an up-to-date
story, apropos or the dog show
and the holiday season, entitled "Chiquot,"
Chiquot being .1 diminutive canine thnt
brought about a successful terminus to
a love arratr. .Mrs. Guinn gave an iif
6trumcnt.il solo, and Mrs. Howard sang
"Winkin , Blinkm and Nod," and also re
sponded to an encore. Mr. S. II. Agnew s
pathetic plea m behalf or Mrs. Bardell
touched the risibilities or of all.
"Thanksgiving P.cmlniFcences ami Cus
toms" proved an Interesting topic of dis
cussion. Tlie president read a erio humor
ous poem entitled "The Student's XJght
inare: or, 1 be Turkey's' Hevenge," Mrs.
Burket, Miss Huddleson, Mrs.M. L. Willis,
Mrs. Sherwood and others ditCi:s,ed the
origii. or the day, and Mr. James W.
Davidson explained bow the word "hal
lelujah" was derived from ancient Jew
ish thanksgiving festivities. Major Wil
lis explained whv certain Europe Mates
had net established a natioual thanks
giving holiday-because they could not
dsmith & Son,
Sterling Silver Cold Meat Fork.
Sterling Silver Pickle Fork.
Sterling Silver Cream LaUlo.
Sterling Silver Nail Polisher.
Ster ng Silver Toilet Pumice. Stone.
Sterling SiUer Trimmed Cane.
Solid Uold Scarf Pin. "''
Solid Gold Baby Pin. o
Solid Gold Sliirt Stud. iS'tl
Solid Gold CliildV. Set Ring ,
SI. 50 Buys
Hat Brush. ' '
Sterling Silver Cream Ladle, in case.
Sterling Silver Preserve Spoon.
Sterling Silver Salts Bottle.
Sterling Silver Cologne Bottle.
Solid Gold Set or Shirt Studs.
Solid Gold Cuff Links.
Solid Gold Wreath Brooch.
Solid Gold Child'b Necklace.
Solid Gold Locket.
Solid Gold Boy's Seal Ring.
greatest value in Ladies' 14k.
ward. RpnfV rt':.n T? o
Waltham movements always
DECEMBER 5, 1897.
- Man of the manufacturer: have advised us of
their intention to bring out newly designed cases
for tlieir pianos early iu the year of '98, and as we
always keep fully abreast of the times we have
concluded to close out every piano now in stock
by January 1 at reduced prices. Thi gives Holi
day buyers an opportunity to secure the finest
highest grade pianos for the prices asked by others
for the vastly inferior instruments.
Call for prices. More liberal terms than ever
before. Few special bargains:
TERMS $3. $5, $8 and $10 month.
One $a75 Upright Gabler,
Keduccd to $ST3.50
Four Upright Gablers, In mahog
aiii, walnut and ebony. Superb
pianos. Reduced from
?15u l" $362.50
One Chase Upright Piano. Sweet
tone. Reduced liom
$450 l S3TS.SO
Two Ilallett & Davis Uprights,
with walnut and mahogany case.
Reduced from ?4E0
New Upright Pianos at
$125 and $150.
Uprights at S287.50
925 Pennsylvania Avenue.
get enough Turkey! Mr. Whltaker contin
ued the discussion in a similar vein. and
was followed by Dr. Robinson. Dr. Klemni
and Mr. Agnew argued that such a day
wa- observed by all the nations of Europe,
Mrn.Spcrrj read a suggestiev poem ui "The
Editor's Thanksgiving,'" and Mrs. Lock
wood Concluded the exercises with some
psjchologltal "Hel lections," entertain
Six candidates were elected to fill va
cancies in the club. Among those present
were Mrs. Boyd, Miss Eoyd, Miss Sidney
.Ii.hnsou, Mi'-s Noel, Mrs.Dr. Robinson and
the Hon. James Dixon.
Mrs. .Martha Frye Boggs and Miss Boggs,
Just returned from Europe, are tlie guests
or Mrt. J. C. Peacock. Mrs. Boggs is the
cleer authoress of A Eomance of the
New Virginia," and will winter at Ash
MUe, NT. C.
Invitations liave been received here ror
themainageor Dr. Dai Id Eabtlmrn Bucking
ham, or this cltv, and Miss Roberta Ljtle
RamkUlr the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas, IUndal J. of New Yoik. which w 111
occur Wednesday at noon, In St. Andrew's
Church, that city. Rev. Dr. Van De
Water willorriciate. Mis- Ethel Greslu 11. of
Hackensack. X. J., will be maid or honor,
and Mr. Leighton C. Van Trump, ,r V'll
mington, Del., the best man. The t-ouple
will spend their honeymoon South, and wilt
be at home after New Tear's Day, at No.
709 Seventeenth street northwest, this Ity.
Miss LIz7le Johiwiii, 0r Xc.v Jer.--ey, is
visiting .Mrs. Gillln. or Contrress iritrht..
Slie has rendered valuable service since she
came by kindly playing the orgin in the M.
E. Church. She plays and sings to the de
light of all.
Mrs. R. J. Benton, or Chestertown, Md.,
Is visiting her brother, Mr. H. L. Chew, or
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Harrison, of
Georgetown Heights, sailed during th2
week for England to spend the next
seven months in travel abroad.
Mrs. Charles J. Bell has cards out for
December 9, at 5 o'clock.
The marriage of Miss Blanche Virginia
Continued on Page 10.
I88K IK fffiM"" Puf Fox-
lterl,!"B ,lver Match Box.
bter ng biiver Trimmed Pocketbook.
alcr nK ,.lver c,ot Brush.
Ster ing Silver Military Brush.
Handle Umbrella, -with Dresden
Boy's American Watch.
Dresden China Clock.
Sterling Silver Comb and Brush, in ca&e.
Sterling Silver 1-2 do,:. Teaspoons.
Quadruple Plate Butter Dish.
Quadruple Plate Fruit Basket.
Quadruple Plate Shaving Mug.
Quadruple Plate Syrup Cup.
Imported Beer Steins.
5 o'clock Teakettle, wrought iron stan'd.
Pair 14k. Gold Sleeve Buttons,
1 14k. Gold Lady's Brooch.
Pair 14k. Gold Hide Combs.
A set of Gilt Manicures.
A Handsome Chatelaine.
Gold Watches at S1S.75 Waltham or
Hunting Gold Watches as low as $529.
nana, JUaaies uaateiames, 53.50.
Droop's Elite Music Store,
925 Pa. Ave.
Square Pianos are splendid for
practice purposes. Good Square
Pianos from Toe. week up includ
ing stool, cover and Instruction book.
Two new walnut and oak
5-octave Organs, 13 stops, at..$45
Terms, $3 per month.
One Mason &. Hamlin Organ, two
manual and p'edal base; Just the
thing for churches. Fully guaran
teed. Cost new $350. Will
On terms of S3 per month.
Other Leadlnc Pmnns.
INSPECT THEIR PURCHASE
Columbia and Maryland Railroad
Magnates in the Gitv.
Tnlrc n Look nt the F.ck!ngton and
Hell Lint". Former to He
Taken In Hnnd First.
Four of the must largely Interested c.ip
Italists in the Columbia and MUryU-nt
Ralltoad deal Messrs. John B. Seail,
H. I-. JtoU, of Wlliriiiigtoii, Del.; Nk-hto,
Bond, ami Charles A. Lieb, f New l'wk
arrived in the city on Friday night iwl
put iif, at tfce Shwreliam. Their wbjet in
comiiii here tae toinsrect their fraHchU,
the Kckinj-ton and Soldiera Home K.iiltny
and the lelt Une. They exj.ectt t rhto
over the lines In the cars, not or acrwatit
or th- "iVKiUier jeoterday the los-pectiitn
was Intgfly frwn carriages.
The cential iileau or the directorate
li.iAe Already Iwen given in The Timw.
Jn an Interview with Mr. O. T. Crosby,
theprcsldentorthe Potomac Electric Light
Comiiany, and one or the stockholders. It
has been practically decided that all or
the line- making up the system Iron, here
to Baltimore and in this city shall be
leorganlzed, each company to select ft
fleers, but the whole Un- to he un-W
onegtiier.il management. The Catonsvitio
short line, it is understood, has already
been reorganized according to this plan.
lthas.it It st.ited, been practically decided
that tlio general orfices of the new com
pany will be in this city.
The capitalists above noted, with Mr.
Crosbj, met yesterday arternoon at the
Shoreham, and talked over the result (-t
theirobservations. It was stated, although
the rumor could not be verified, tint ihe
local office or the company would be for
tne present at the orrice or the Poto iuc
Electric Light Company, on G street.
The expectation that work is to be com
menced in a short time on that part of
the Eckington and Soldiers' Home Railw.iy
within the city limits, and that tV lelt
Line would receive attention as soooa i,s
practicable. The charter of the Ec ng
ton and Soldiers Home Railway includes
the privilege or carrying freight, but it is
not thought that this privilege will be
utilized, at least, not in the near futiie.
Tlie capitalists left the city yesterdav
aftemoou lor their respective homos.
SAGE AS A. PHILANTHROPIST.
Report Tliut the Financier "Will Be
queath ?50,000,000 to Chn-rity.
New York, Dec. 4. The Dally News this
afternoon publishes a story anent Russell
Sage, and his Immense wealth, which is so
entirely in contrast -with the stories us
ually appearing in regard to the veteran
financier that it is worth repeating.
Latest reports, says the News, are to the
effect that Russell Sage Is to leave no les
than $50,000,000 to charity and educa
tion and the betterment ot his felluw
beings. It was Mr. Sage's intentfon, to the
story goes, to keep the world in Ignorance
of his purpose until the grave closed over
him. Mr. Sage, according to the reports,
has had his will drawn, and, while aiaplv
providing Tor his relatives, and fiiends,
leave iiine-tentlis of his fortune to tl-arjtv
Arraigned for Various Offon
Several prisoners under indictments for
various offenses, were arraigned ve
terday boforo Chief Justice Bingham. Lpm
Johnson, charged -with assault with intent
to kill, entered a plea of not guilty. James
Norris pleaded not guilty of ralee pretenses
Neal Dinchett. not guilty or houseuroak
ing; Joseph Marht, not guilty or com
forfeiting. Isaiah Robinson, guilty of
housebreaking and was sentenced to rive
yeais. Henry "VVynu iimde the same plea
for the same offense and got four yean..
John Collins pleaded guilty of housebreaking
and was remanded for sentence. James,
alias Chick Perry pleaded not guilty of
receiving sto'en property.
Sentenced by Chief Justice BIiiRhaMf.
Peter Selbj, colored, who was conict
ed'.earlj in the week in Chief Justice
Bingham's court or bigamy, was jesterdaj
sentenced to serve two years in the pen
itcntiar;. Leivls Williams, convicted or
false pretenses, was sentenced to one year
and a day. Uaiah Wilson, for embeide
ment, got a jail sentence of five months.
Secretary Wilson's Upturn.
Secretary Wilson, of the Depart ,iiuit of
Agiiculliire. has returned from a trip
through the Smith. The object or his
Journej was to attend the opening of an
agricultural fceetlon or the manual train
ing bchool for olored youths at I'uskegee,
Ala., or which Prof. Booker T. Washing
ton Is the princjpal-
Why do you pay
When Sam FicWord, 050 La
Ave , tun sell you aa good
Koodh and have you mouey?
Rend our price list. It ouly
contains hnt a few f the many
tliciu-uniis of bargains we bave
to offer you.
Groceries and Provisions,
Teas and Coffees.
Franklin Granulated Sugar,
This is, the best Ameri
can Sugar 5C 8 lb
SPECIAL PRICES ON
Preserves, Jams, Jellies, Apple
liutter and Mince Meat.
Mince Meat, per lib 8o
Mince Meat, per lb "lOc
Homemade Mince Meat, per
Homemade Mince Meat, Io 5-
lb. pails, per pail eoe
Mince Meat, In 3-lb. oails,
per pail ." GQo
Mince Meat, in 3-lh. pails,
Per Pa 45c
Nonesuch Mince Meat, perl-lb.
3-lb Wooden Palls 4SC
3-i-lb. "Wooden Palli SX.SO
Jams McMehen & Sons'. "
1 lb. Tins XOc
1 lb CdassJam XTe
-lt. Pails, each rBe
i;(T,,, P'3 $ias
Yukon Parlor Matches.
2,400 In package, perpkg 1Dc
If tl-ey don't suit von return and
Ket your money.
SAM. W. PICKFORD,
950 Louisiana Avenue,
C-.-.'fc.' , -feO
I Half price
Sheets, Spread-, Ladies
Capes, Coats, Wrappers,
Underwear, etc. Everything J
in the store will be sold at 4
half regular prices on Mon- t
day. i- uch a chance 'Ou must
not miss. J
904 Seventh St.
S-''''-tk ..-H-' .-.-O
Because we ex
ticted his tooth
Gold and Porce
Fine Gold and Sil
The careful treat
ment and saving of
natural teeth at the
l 7wS: Nigg lowest prices con-Vvf'3wV-
? sistent with good
feet satisfaction to
dentistry done iu
Ae can make you a leautiruisatof
Metal Tlates that fit and possdssing
all the benefits of Gold Plates SIO.OO
Teeth extracted absolutely wir.no it
pain by our new method GOc
To demonstrate this fact, we will, until
January 1, 1SDS, extract teeth FREE OF
CHARGE every Saturday, from 10 to 12.
Washington Dental Parlors,
N. E. Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. AV.
llay Building, over A. & P. Tea Store.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.; Bua
aays, 9 a- m. to 2 p. m.
AVE GIVt a HADING STAAIPS.
AM, DENTAL PARLORS
?2n utii ; v w
Special attention given in artUlcial teeth.
wellfltting, madeof the best ma
terial and executed by HkUIed
workmen. All work guaran
teed to be first class la every
For this month only.
for thi3 iiovrn osi.r
Metal plate, having all the ad
antages or cold, much lighter,
non-lrritatiug to the mouth, and
unbreakable. Tht. mostdeeiranla
Couture thatuaoner will buy.
Special price till
arter Holidays, Ar
tificial Teeth on
rubber plates, $5
per set natural,
fit. You cannot get
better eveu athlgh
er price. Gold and
all modern materials used IX desired.
EVANS' DENTAL PARLOR,
aoG-2mo 1 309 F . nw. ,
SS &&& k$k& e$ ! 8 $
Lowest Price !
for Fuel I
v ever named are tho pritcs quoted
on Coke. Yet there lb net another T
J fuel that contains so many good
9 qunlities. GetatfiuaintedwithCoke. f
40 ba. UncrushcJ Coke, $2.90 f
& 40 bu. Crushed Coke, $3.70 S
Washington Gas Light Co.,
413 Tenth Pt. nw ,
f Oratl2th&M sts.se., 2Gth & Gsts.
And GasAppllauce Ex.,112iN. 1.
&&2l x&ifrcSxf S S&& $ l
Do y n know that you cun hav
The Mi.niin, Evenlnjr and Sundnv
Times the only COMPLETE news,
paper ii.bli,ed in VValungtuii
eived to you by carrier for fifty
Cento a. inunthY