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THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1S9.
Ivory Day One Customer Gets
a Tax of Shoei PBEE.
Buys Ladigs and Mens'
Shoes of ibhe'same quality
as those, 'you have to pay
!350 for elsewhere.
THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE,
GEO. IV. RICH.
919 F Street.
Oar ktad of credit is radically different
m aayttitag yea have otot known it
iflB t & Mbease tfet roQeires you to pay a
;,- -nilum for tbe privilege of enjoying de
f ed payments It's J8t oar notion of
I rm; the rarJor Suite, clear out to tho
k 'chen stow end all for a promise to
j-t Nobody signs any notes nobody
:t 6 any tatereM they Jrat tell us tiiat
1 "V will do the beat they can by paying a
'.in money onoe a week or once a month
. J they DO IT Coat's how easy it is. All
"1 ew made and laid FREE OF COST
chaxK tor WASTE ia matching figures.
Plush r Haircloth Parlor SuHo
ohol e S60.
- lid Oak Bed Room Suite, 613.
hi lendid Bmeeete Carpet, Sa per
i enable Ingrain Carpet, 86c. per
All carpet aaade and laid free of
-u abarge for waste in matching
H.Ud Oak Extension TaWe, fS.68.
i-pond Hair Ma&treee, $7.
V. otb Wire Spring, $Lo,
Z. '-. Tih Street Northwest,
T . ;n xi and I Streets.
DO YOU WANT A
At your own price and
on your own terms?
We have in stock
Square Pianos as low
zs $20, S40, S60, $75,
835. Payable $5 per
month. Every instru
ment is in good playing
order and fully guaran
teed. A good stool and
cover thrown in. Call
and examine them.
Don't forget the name
John F. Ellis & Co.
937 Penna. Ave.
Near 10th St.
TE CASSELL Ob August 21, 18W, at
- Cat&olic Church, KoekTllle, Md., by
itber Kosenateel. James F. Fiujate
..; K. Cassnx, both of Washington,
V ' V.'- rs CasRAK A. BaitXBS, the only son of
ir S W. Barn, aged thirteen yeare
i ' hs and eighteen da vs. fell asloep in
J s ,),tr 30, 18M, at SO o'clock.
! .'i. t ii irom parents' residence. 1434 K street
ii-1 i .! to-morrow (Monday), October 22, at 8
' i. i nu
1 i On Thursday, October IS, ISM, at
v ! ' 1 1 . at his residence, 689 Tenth street
' h Hfvrv N. Bkkkktt, iu tho seventy
i - ..-. ci roveriUe, X. J., to-morrow
i l.i n, X. J., and. Philadelphia papers pleace
uns-On Wednesday, October 17, ISM,
ii 1- :u .Thomas Coxkoxs, aged thirty-two
1 1 al from the residence of hie mothor. No.
Z. f- rcet, to-day (Sunday), at 130; thence
-m at S o'clock. Knlatives and friends
H'. ; may invited to attend
hicago papers tMear copy.
- M NX On Friday, October 18, 1894, F.
r r TxaKK, of Philadelphia, in the forty-
x . of his age.
i her residence, Hillsdale. Anaoostia,
sday, OctobaY 16, 1884, Barer Kc, In
-.if ih year of her age
.Ube held tote (Sunday) morning,
.; 10 o'clock.
i xAndria pajvers please copy.
'ii Thoraday. October IH, 1804, at 10:0
i.iisml, beloved wife of Thomas C.
.aughterof R C. and the lsteElisa-
'). in the twenty-third yoarof her
win Cake place from Emmanuel
vowrtia, to-day Sundny), October 21,
r 1 .-iBtives and friends are respectfully
- Mra. Harriet Mablow departed
t . X ednesday, October 17, 1804.
' i-day Snnday), October 21, from As
1 h. atSp m.
i LY-Ob October 90, 1861, Geobge "W.
beloved husband of Ida ilayllo-
r f-ed twenty-four yeara
: tioin htolatH residence, Jio. 1083 CIs-
t -. '.eorgetown, Monday, October 22, at
k m. Kelatives and friends respoct-
' 0 to attend
-Cn Tuesday, October 9, 1861, at 4 &.
F s aeet northeast, Mart A., beloved
n ne Xichol.
' '-fi Friday, Oetobor 18, 1SW, at 5d
c 1 1 ie , Snoxo, aged Mrenty-two voars.
c- i i irom her wether's rutddence, Sarent
- d . -lay (Sunday), at 86 p ra. Friends
r x i tive'wterited to attend. Tniotmnnt
THE SHOPPERS GUIDE.
Consult to-day's Times for full details.
II. Frledlnndor & Drothcr Suits and
0 crconts at less than 50c on. the dollar.
John F. Ellis Pianos as low as S-0, pay
able So per month.
Henry Franc &. Son Cardigan Jackets
for SI. 48.
House A. Hcrminnn. Furniture, carpets,
and draperies sold on credit at low prices
The "civ York Clotliinc House Suits
and Overcoats for S0.50.
Tlic Famous Full stock of fall and
winter clothing at low prices.
McAllister i Co. Eyeglasses for 5100.
WillcttA Iluoff Complete Stock of Fur
Capes, and Trimmings.
Emrich Hccf Co. Sirloin Steak, 12c a
pound; Bread, 3c- a loaf.
Robinson, Clicry &. Co. Hough Cheviot
sack and cutaway suits for Sl5-
Jamcs Y. Davis Sons Best Quality
Furs at low est prices.
Grocan Choice Plush or Haircloth Par
lor Suite. 522.50; Solid Oak Bedroom Suite
513. Brussels Carper, 50c. per yard.
Warren Shoe House Every day one cus-tomcr-cctsa
pair of shoes free. Ladies'
and .Men's shoes for 52.05.
G. Warficld Simpson Those Black and
Blue Cheviot Suits for 520 made to order.
"Wanamakcr & Brown 525 suits mado
to order for 520
American Dental Association. Very best
sets of Teeth far 57
George ipnimiy Black Cheviot Suits,
Bmwm'-- Cbewtttc Porticrs for S2.48
J.oebAMtrt--5itk Hats, Soft Hats, and
Derby at lowest prices.
.Misfit ClotMnc Co. Tailor-made Over
coats at one-third aemal value.
.Moore's Shoe Palace Stylish, well-fit-tiag
Shoes at reasonable prices.
Parker, Pridgct &. Co. Dress Suits from
$20 a p.
PJyraoHth nook Pants Company Over
coats, 510-25 up.
Heilbrun &. Co. .Men's French Calf
Enamel and Patent Leather Shoes for 53.
Saks A. Co. Half page of Bargains.
Lansburgh A. Bro. Full sizo Spreads, 69c.
Moore &. Lcding Brownie Cups for
S. II. Moore A Co. Varnished Reed
Gcromc Dcsio Ladles' Solitaire Rings,
TV- B. Moses i. Sons Tapestry covered
"Weinberg t Co. Pants to order from S3
to Si 2.
M. Kaufman Men's Suits atS14.85.
CrMs Harding Parlor Suits, 527.50 to
CsrcaHae vith ewtrar and cream.
Irish stew. Potatoes souffle.
Toasted traf era. Cheese.
Yeal pot pie. Baked sweet potatoes.
Lima boaus. Spinach.
Wafers. Lemon Jolly. Cheese
Tea -toning Lozenges.
A new tablet just brought out in London Is
finding & place on tho tea tray. It is a tea
toning lozengo which is dropped into an in
fusion of tea, and acts as a solvent to the tan
nin never absent from even tho most delicately
brewed of this beverage. Its component parts
are gelatine and alkaline salts, and its al
leged office is tho neutralizing of any injuri
ous digestive effect of the cup which "cheers"'
indeed at tho moment of drinking, but olten
abides bitterly afterward.
SLEEVES, COLLARS AND BELTS.
What the Eall Has Brought Forth in These
For homo and drossy calling wear, elbow
sleeves are fashionable in Paris, but owing to
our more extreme climate this stylo never
takes with us for street wear. .All sleeves aro
very full, using three widthsof silk some
times, but soft and not stiffened with any
thing more than lawn. They nro close below
the elbows, or if of elbow length are finished
with a tiny band or ruffle. Epaulette effects,
yokes, revers, full vests and tiny jacket fronts
are all worn, but it should bo borne In mind
that those aro only worn on forms that har
monize with their effect.
The t-ecret of tho perfect dressing seen in
Pans seems to be that tho ladies adopt only
the fashions that aro becoming to each one of
them individually, thus giving an inflnitn
variety and yet keeping within the pale of
Collars aro medium high, in soft folds,
fastening with shirred ends at tho back or
under a rosette or, square bow of two loops.
Separate collars of velvet or chiffon are worn
in harmonizing colors with all kinds of gowns.
Tlioe of chiffon have a large chou or rosette
at the back and ono nt each side. Full ruffs
or boas of chiffon aro worn over plain collars
both in and out of doors.
The newest bolt consists of No. 22 ribbon,
satin, or moire, folded around the waist, with
n rosette at either sido of the center back,
having one end of the ribbon from each to
the bottom of tho skirt. Soft piece-silk belts
of half the width of the goods aro knotted on
tho loft side in a loop and two fringed ends.
Other belts are four inchf3 wide when
folded, ami end with frilled ends, squaro
bow or rosette at tho back.
If a pointed bodice is worn tho skirt is
fitted to rest above it. with a smooth or folded
Was bolt of the goods or trimming fastened
permanently to tho top. It fastens at tho
back tinder a short, square bow, without
ends. One of tho latest fads is to uso a jet,
6teel, sliver or paste buckle in everv bow on a
gown, be it of ribbbn or the material.
Tiny jeweled side combs are the I ashlonablo
girl's latest fad. Eome awfully pretty French
conceits are being shown in pearls and brill
iants. I Magenta umbrellas are now. .Their bright-1
nos3 commends them for gloomy, stormy
Orlentnl designs on colored Batlns are mado
up in blouses.
Orepon and rough effects in wool are tho
leading cloths for nutumn and fall wear.
Some cost as much us 5L75 por yard.
Black quills will flourish extensively in hats.
Ostrich feather boas a yard long still con
NEW MODELS I.N WAISTS.
Combination Suits AMU no Very Much
Worn Eton Jacket Still Popular.
Small-waisted women and very tight-fitting
bodices aro not among tho choice or popular
Jnshions of Paris, to which city wo turn for
our ideas if not for our exact styles.
Round waists and short, slightly pointed
bodices under n low fitted bolt rival the deep
coat effects formed by a circular or nearly cir
cular (as those basque pioces nro not as full
n3 formerly) piece sowed to tho edgo of a
round or slightly pointed bodice, that reaches
to an inch and a half below tho waist-lino,
and turnod over on tho right side.
Dartless fronts and oue-piece backs over a
fitted lining aro worn by slonder people. Full
fronts crossed in fichu fashion in front aro
extended below tho waist-lino in soft folds.
In fact, tho handsomest gowns seen in Paris
hnvo loose, easy effects.
Rovers aro short and of n medium size
among exclusivo modistes, while those cater
ing to a more popular trado show very largo
ones resting over tho sleeves. Combination
costumc3 are very chic, as a sorgo or llenri-
HANDSOME FALL COSTUMES.
Tho figure at the right shows a child's dress of pink taffetas with an overdress
of white silk muslin and sil'vwr stars worked around tho bottom. The center figure
is a gray and black silk, made surplice style. The fitrure at tho left shows a green
cloth, v it; moire sash and a -"oat .of snulf brown cloth; wide bretelles and elbow
sleeves notched and worked with light tan bilk and braided above the notches in
darker brown braid.
etta skirt, with a blouso waist and full
sieeves of checked silk or tho rovhed cash
mere or Oriental silk. Others will hnvo a
tiny bolero jacket, also of the woolen goodlr
as this idea seems always to go iu Paris.
Another 6tylo shows skirt and sleeves of
fancy woolen goods and a waist mado full
and to droop at the center front of silk. Silk
skirts aro worn with accordion-plaited waists
of chiffon; others show a silk waist covered
smootnly with heavy lace, with only siae and
shoulder seams, putting the Inct on over the
wearer anil drawing it to fit over the boned
lining. Checked woolens aro made with
moire or changeable taffeta yokes or vests.
Tho Eton jacket has been ns popular as over
in Paris during tho summer. Some of tho
prettiest general-wear costumes have an Eton
of plain serge, skirt of checked woolen goods,
and blouso front of checked silk matching tho
Smooth materials, liko ladies' cloth, French
cashmere, covert cloth, Fayetta and Hen
rietta, will be tho winter choice. Orlentnl,
plain, changeable, and cross-striped baya
dere silk blouses are much worn in Paris,
Vienna, and Berlin with black moire, silk or
For evening wear light silk, chiffon, and
laco waists aro sufficiently dressy for any
occasion, except a full-dress ball.
Length of Dress Skirts.
Evening skirts are mado to Ho from two to
flvo inches on tho floor, nnd are trimmed
with a festooned ruffle of laco or chiffon.
Four yards and four yards and a half are tho
widths for walking skirts. Black and white
striped silks aro very stylish, and these aro
frequently cut so that tho sides form a suc
cession of V's, which use3 up an immenso
amount of material.
French women never lift up their skirt un
less it rains, and as they have a gliding walk
tho 6kirt simply has every chance to look
well. They all have a pocket inserted in tho
centre back, whero there is a wldo lap that
prevents any gaping. If tho skirt was draped
it was nt tho left side, whero it opened over a
panel, but this is not a choice stylo in Parii,
though somo modistes hero try to convince
us of this fact.
Names of Queen Elizabeth.
Queen Elizabeth was cnllod Good Queen
Boss by her friends nnd Bloody Bess by her
enemies. Sho was also designated tho Maiden
Queen, tho Queen of Virgins, tho TJntamod
Keifer. Fortuuo's Empress, tho Glory of her
Sex, tho Miracle of Time, Astraca. Onana, tho
True Diana. Gloriana, and other names, re
spectful and tho contrary. Excbauge.
Licenses to marry wero granted yesterday
to Agostino Larezzo and Catcrinr. Lavezzo.
Horatio H. Harris and Annie M. Stowart.
William H. Lcary and Esther H. Stone, both
of Pnnco Willinm county, Va. Jame3 E.
Joyco and Marian Irwin, of Greenwich, N.
Y. Alfred Wilson and Kosa Davis, both of
Montgomery county, Md.
Flavor, body, color, nnd effect all "Just right"
in VaL Blatz "Wiener" Boor.
Yoil Have Seen -
No doubt the other subdivisions. Well, all wo
ask of you is not to purchago a lot anywhere un
til you have seen tho choice ones wo will offer
you at Tuxedo for S50 nnd upward. Station on
tne erounch.. Particuiara at office, 633 F et. nw.
Iloward Gould's Recent Piance Introduces
a New Entertainment.
New York, Oct. 12. In London and Paris
tho reception-rooms ol well-known actresses
are very distinctive features of the theaters.
Wo know how Bernhnrdt's room is illlod
with curlosties, Terry's with souvenirs, and
Madame Judlo's with luxuries. Theso privi
leged ones aro admittod betweon acts or in
tho interim of matlneo and evening porform
anco. But Amorican actresses bnvo not yet
adopted tho custom. It is known that Miss
ltohun 1ms a charming apartment at Daly's,
that Miss Cayvan remains in her rooms at tho
Lyceum on matiuco days, that Miss Russell is
delightfully ilxod at the Casino, but onenovor
hears of any social visiting being done at such
rooms as it is abroad.
Tho first actross theroforo to adopt tho
foroign idea is Miss Elizabeth Kirkland, as
sho is known socially, or MisB Odetto Tylor
Miss Kirkland is playing tho leading part
in "Shenandoah" at tho Academy of Musio
for the season. Tho rooms here nro spacious,
and Mr. Frohman has put aside a pretty suito
for her. Miss Kirkland looked into tho modo
of entertaining while abroad this year, and
came back determined to adopt it.
Tho largo sitting-room inwlijch sho receives
her friends is hung after tho English fashion
in delicately colored chintz. Tho woodwork
is blue. Tho windows aro cross-barred with
lllagreed iron and hung in golden brown
plu3h. Rugs nro thrown about tno floor,
great divans covered with golden velvet aro
piled high with silk and Porsian cushions. A
low French dresser Is placed under two great
sido lights, on which lio a multitude of silver
toilet articles. A writing desk is usually opon
with Miss Kirklond's monogrammod paper
lying ready, and everywhere on matinee days
Ouo only goes by invitation and usually
pleasant peoplo nro brought together by the
tact of the hostess. Sometimes a clever musi
cian is asked nnd in a most informal way he
spends his time at tho piano, while tho maid
serves tea in the exquisito cups that wore sent
to Miss Kirkland by frionds when her recent
engagement to Mr. Howard Gould was an
nounced. Miss Kirkland wears very smart house
! cowns at these retentions. Ono I noticed was
strikingly gracoful and Frenchy. Tho robo
was of mandarin yellow with hugo gathered
collar of yellow batiste edged with Valen
ciennes. Tho largo sleeves wero gnthored at
the elbow with narrow blue satin ribbon. As
sho walked the robo showed the petticont of
tho snino silk with vari-colorod "pinked"
ruffles, each laee-coored. Louis XV slippers
of yellow suodo with fllngreed silver buckles
completed tho costume. H. HAixsiAnK.
WOMEN IN POLITICS.
The good women of New York aro not mis
taken in their belief that they can help greatly
in milking tho work of making a better Now
York. New York World.
Tho women of Now York have begun a cru
sado against Tammany. Tho tiger will havo
to take a vacation. Denver Timos-Sun.
Our Phoebo is a Populist. Whilo attending
a ladles' Republican rally at Denver Miss
Couzins was rofused a box and at once made
tho change. Woman suttrngo brings about
strange changes. St. Louis Star-Sayings.
With tho women of Now York in lino upon
tho sido of roform who can doubt where vic
tory will perch? Tho ladies are doubly and
trebly welcome It is their sex that has been
most hideously persecuted and degraded by
tho uniformed thugs nnd blackmailors of
Tammany's police. Now York Commercial
Tho Kansas women havo officially assured
their distressed brothers that in seeking
equal suffrage they havo no designs on dis
tinctive mail apparel. And thoy havo sot tho
masculino uneasiness at rest by asserting
that they do not consider bloomers as in
separably allied to ballots. Baltimore Ameri
No Bombs Wanted.
Special precautions aro being taken for tho
safety of tho Vntican. Thoro is a telegraph
and telephonic service belween tho inspector
of public security in tho district; of tho Vatican
and tho office of tho secretary of state, besides
a direct service with tho pontifical gon
darmorio for all communications that need not
pass through tho above-mentioned ofllco. In
tho museums and picturo galleries vigilanco
is redoubled nnG each visitor is minutely ex
amined, and should ho look suspicious, is
never lost sight of. Though tho tickets aro
bought thoy aro few in number and on f rco
days still moro rigor is employed. The polico
aro advised of tho number sold or given.
London Daily News.
To-day tho Bun;, tho moon and stars to-night;
And to swoot music syllables tho song.
All lovely things to loveliness belongs;
Beauty is beauty's by a sacrod right.
All hotels, restaurants, and first-class dining rooms should order our
The old-fashionod Idea, "anything is good enough," is exploded. Wo aro in line with
the progressive spirit and wo are making a specialty ot HIGH GBADES ONLY.
THINK ABOUT IT.
DR, SHADE'S DISCOVERY
For ConsumptionInyestifiation Con
tinued. A JOKE ON SOiMEBODY.
Eoven Physicians of This City Pronounced a
Lady a "Hopoloss Consumptive:' Who
Was Cured by Dr. Shade Two
The TniEs man has had quito an Interest
ing as well as instructive experience with doc
tors and other citizens since ho has under
taken tho responsible and laborious task of
interviewing eight persons so far cured of
consumption by Dr. Shado. 1232 Fourteenth
street. Somo say oven doctors say that
"So and So had consumption, and we all ex
pected him to dio, but now, sinco cured, wo
doubt whether it really was consumption, for
if ho had it ho would havo died, butbecauso
he is well again and enjoying life ho could not
havo had it." This is the argument of some
so-called M. D.'s. Thoy say, furthermore,
"the mere fact that this or that person got
well is evidence that it was not consumption,
and wo aro compelled to acknowledge that
wo woro mlsta"kcu in our diagnosis."
While it is not claimed by any ono that
physicians nro not lhiblo to err in thoir diag
nosis, yot nobody in this city will believe for
ono moment that seven physicians of the
District of Columbia coutd all bo mistaken in
tho caso of Mrs. Bender, 1232 Sixth street
northwest, who was given up as a hopeless
consumptive by all of them during her live
years of illness, all of whom, no doubt, are
"full fledged" members' of the medical asso
ciation and enjoy all tho honir aud glory of
"Doctoreni in arto medendi." Also Melchor
Lody, of Cearfoss, Md., who was abandoned
to his suppobed fato by six Hagorstown nnd
Baltimoro doctors. ero they all mistaken
in their diagnosis? Was Dr. Dan Hagner,
now dead, in error, too, when he told Mr.
Brown's friends 1203 Thirteenth street north
westthat his caso was of tho worst form of
consumption and that he was doomed.
Dr. Hagner bad Mr. Brown's caso in hand
ovor ono year, and was tho family physician,
and nobody m or out of the profession who
knew tho doctor would doubt his ability to
tell u consumptive from an ordinary invalid.
Then thero is Mr. Carbaugh, ot Block's Gap,
Pa., who was pronounced a case of galloping
consumption by a dozen doctors. All these
cases wero cured bv Dr. Shade after four to
nine months treatment, and they are living
and well to-day, enjoying life for tho past ono
and two years.
The Times reporter has from good au
thority that two of tho phjsicians who at
tended Mrs. Bender nro honest enough to
acknowledge Dr. Shade's ability to cure con
sumption by calling on him in consultation
in regard to several of thoir consumptie
patients who did not respond to treatment in
their hands; also, havo sent Dr. Shado several
patients for treatment. So that the mere as- J
Eortiou that somo parties make about persons
cured of consumption, as not having nad the
dread diseaso, can be traced to either "fools
or knaves" who don't know what thoy aro
talking about or don't caro what thoy say.
Such peoplo havo been in the way of all
progressive science from the beginning of ag
gresaivo thought, inventions, and discoveries
sinco tho das of Sir Isaac Newton, Harvey,
Jenner. Koch, and Shade, also.
"A prophet is not without honor, save in
his own country." So, in conclusion, it only
remains to be said: If theso parties who were
prououueed hopeless consumptives, and are
living and enjoying life to-day. that their
marvelous escape from premature graves was
not duo to tho many physicians who
abandoned them to tliBfatoo! an "unknown"
or "nameless disease," and now they nro not
men enough, to acknpwledgo that Dr. Shade's
knowledge In tho pathology ol diseaso, and
suocess in arresting such "non-consumptive"
diseaaes, as thoy call it. is superior to tno old
way of treating consumption with cod liver
oil, quinine, and whisky, which was pre
scribed freely by thoir jihysloians beforo thev
came into Dr. Shade's hands.
If all those parties would have died as was
expected, by their friends as well as doctors,
It would havo been O. K. "I tola you so"
they had consumption. "Why, didn't I tell
jousonnd bo was a hopeless'cousumptive?
Certainly I did," tho doctors would hnvo
said, and it would have been tho truth, for all
consumptives die if they aro not cured and
nobody can expect to bo cured by physicians
who do not understand the diseaso and who
believe it is not a curable disease. Those
doctors who send thoir patients off to get rid
of them never euro anybody of consumption.
"Distance lends enchantment" but does not
euro tho dread malady. J. W. B.
TO THE MEMORY OF DR. SIMS.
Bronze Statue of the Founder of the First
Woman's Hospital in the United
New Youk, Oct. 20. Tho bronzo statuo of
Dr. J. Marion Sims, the first public memorial
of its kind to bo erected in tho United States
to a member of tho medical profession, was
unvollcd at 3 o'clock this afternoon in Bryant
Upon tho pedestal of tho statuo brier In
scriptions tell in concise language tho history
of tho man. On ono sido appears tho follow
ing: J. Marion Sims, M. D., LL. D. Born In
South Carolina, 18W. Died in New York city,
1883. Surgeon and philanthropist, founder
of tho Woman's Hospital in tho State of New
York. His brilliant achievements carried the
fame ot American surgery throughout tho
civilized world. In recoguitipn of his serv
ices in tho causo of science and mankind, ho
recoived tho highest honors in tho gift of his
countrymen aud decorations from tho gov
ernments of France, Italy, Spain, Belgium,
On tho roverso sido nro tho words "Pre
sented to tho city of Now York by his pro
fessional friends, loving patients, nnd many
admirers throughout tho world."
At tho ceremonies of tho unveiling of tho
statuo Dr. George F. Shrady delivered an ad
dress, in which he paid an eloquent tribute
to Dr. Sims as ono of the chief representa
tives of American surgery.
Concluding, Dr. Shrady said: "Every man
has his place If brains, opportunity, envi
ronment; nnd energy lit him for great things,
ho is singled out as a memory of good ac
complished, as on emulation for klndrod
spirits, as an oxponont of tho progressive
idea, and as an acknowledged benefactor of
his race. Tho realization of such a position
for Dr. Sims is manifest in tho roverential
duties of this hour, which consign his lova
blo memory to the heritasc of a grateful hu
manity." Dr. Paul F. Mundo spoko next, no said
tho woman's hospital, rounded bv Dr. Sims,
was tho llrst institution of its kind in tho
world. Its work became well-known under
his teachings. But his namo beeamo particu
larly well known after tho appearance in 18GG
of tho only book of any magnitude which ho
ever wrote, tho originality and boldness of
which aroused admiration and surprise all
over tho professional world. It mav bo truly
said that this book of Sims' made a revolution
in modern gynaecological practice.
When Dr. Munde had finished Dr. Shrady
aroso and tendered tho statuo to tho city on
behalf of tho medical profession. Judge
Lnphnm accepted the gift in tho namo of the
Mayor of New York.
& CO.,944 U.Ave.
Our Prices Are
i 1 ! 1
They tell you better than any amount of
talking would that we underquote all competi
tors. And the goods we deal only in the best
the leading producers supply us direct so
we're safe in offering money back on any unsat
Telephone us your orders if you likerour
Fresh Bread at Cost--3 Cents Loaf.
Finest Elgin Butter.5 lbs 31.50
Prints and Rolls.. 20,25 and 30 CTS.
RoundMonk, pound 10 CTS.
Sirloin Steak, pound 12 CT&
I orterhouso Steak, pound 15 CTS.
Rib Roast, pound 10 CTS.
Good Roast, uound 7 and8 CTS.
Fresh Beef Liver, pound 5CTJs.
Roast Lamb, pound 10 CTS.
Lamb Chops, pound 12Utol5 CTS.
Choice 3111k Veal, lb 10 to 18 CTS.
Mild Sugar-cured Hams, lb U CTS.
Sugar-cured Shoulders, lb 9 CTS.
Poultry,fresh dally, lb IStolGCTS.
Fresh Pork, pound 12 CTa
3 pounds bausage, Pudding, etc... 25 CTS.
Cooked Ham, Tongue and Chipped'
E-MRICH'S "WHITE WONDER" FLOUR
the finest wheat produces.
Eighth barrel 50 CTS.
Sixteenth barrel 25 CTa
Z pounds Lard 25 CTa
1306-1312 THIRTY -
2057 M St N W.
21st and K Sts. N. W.
eOthSt. & Pa. ave. N. W.
1 Merchandise FYlovin;
The movement to double our daily sales
in all departments commences to-morrow,
and we base our hopes on the great quality
small price we will quote. Prepara
tions include the revising and lowering of
present price marks to a point which no
competitor can equal. Never before have
our buyers so well acquitted themselves of
their task of selecting keenly watching
and SECURING the finest and choicest
offerings of the leading furniture markets.
We invite your calling looking around
The mere saying that wa carry the
largest and llnest stock in the city
does not picture the thing half so
well as a visit would. That price, he
whnt it will, you've wished to spond,
finds a Suite to suit it here.
? S27 50 fSs."i
i JpL& mJJ Suite Brocs
covoring handsomely carved
easily worth S40.
S-pIeco Inlaid Mar
quetry Blvan Suite
in Lmplro Satin
Damask or handsome sllfcBrocatelle,
c (T "5 O C C 5-piece Suito uphol-
V Jtl In i I stored in Silk Broca-
T l J KJ V-f telle Sofa, Bivan.
y Arm Chair Patent Rocker and Side
a Chair. Finely carved scrollwork
CT K "" C f 6-piece Overstuffed
lZLO Hi 15 Suite yj rich Silk
4? -P J e J J Brocatello Sofa,
Divan, Arm Chair, Rocker and 2
Side Chairs. Combination, 5 colors.
Mayhap a couple hundred different
patterned pieces, all told. Unique,
strikingly artistic, somo of them
but all of them with little prices at
tached. mn OC T12-1 CORNER CHAIR we
(nf 1 MM ndvortisail somo time ago
yiJJiJ- has loapetl into ijreat popu
larity Still a few of thorn left
I $5.00 a
BRASS nnd ONYX STANDS
l new and nraceful shapes.
Our leader a 9-inch Onyx
top, worth 69 oasily.
3PTO TZATABLta in unerry,
i I Oak, White, and Gold
iwvJ nxenpdlnclvnretrv. Recu
lar 3 quality.
?, i ivu, pieasiug equiiuuit-, j
I CD A IcT 14 A PHI Mr I
F and Thirteenth Sts
e$-- teegatg -
Sudden Death of Mrs. Fnnk.
Mrs. Kato HulinK Funk, of No. 1545 T
streetnorthwest, was takoa sick on the street
in front of 45 C street northeast, last night,
and died a few minutes after being taken
into tho house. Dr. Hoylo proaounced her
death duo to acoclexy,
Bartlett Peara in heavy syrup, ipji
6 cans Oil Sardines 25 CTS.
3 cans Shriver's Corn 25 CTa
3 cans June Peas. 25 CTS.
French Peas, genulno. can 15 AND ISC
New California Apricots In ic.
heavy sirup, can.......... ..... UO
Fancy Cut Glass of Mustard. 10 CTS.
3 boxes ot Shredded Codfish. 25 CTa
6 New, Largo Mackerel ....23CTa
2 boxes of Kerr's Saratoga "5 pr
4U-lb. Crock of Preserves .25 CTa
4-lh. Crock of JeUy. 20 CTS.
3 packages of Macaroni, Vor- "JfZ
micelli or Spaghetti ZJ
3-pound package of Solf-rala- p.
ing Buclcwbeat lw
New York Burba.uk Potatoes,
guaranteed 56 pounds to the on.
bushel, per bushel............. OVC
BRANCH MARKETS: -
llthSt. &N.T. ave N.W.1 5th and I Sts. N. W. 1 1713 14th St N. W.
h and M Sts. N. W. 2d fc Ina. ave. K. W. P025 lth St N. W.
1 4tfc.aadISta.H. W.
this vast 6tack of Bedroom Furniture
we show ranges from. 23 to 40 per
cent (think of it 25 to 40 per cent)
less than the elsewhere prices.
An 313 value.
3-pieoo Antique Oas
Finish. 24x30 glass
In Bureau. Well-
carved headboard and dresser tops.
An 313 value.
8-ptece SoUd Oak
plate glass in Bu
reau nicely carved handsome
brass trimmings. Would be good
brass value at 524.
Natural Birch 3-
finished. Tho elsewhere price, $3i0a
Every furniture appurtenance
needed to complete the Dining-room.
Is HERE Ia SIDEBOARDS easily 8
to 7 store patterns.
CHINA CLOSETS crowding out
Into the 'sles so many
The showing of DINING TABLES
presents many attractive features is
price and patterns.
6-ft. SoUd Oak plUar
extension table well
made handsome look-
Regularly sold at $7.50
$t f C " S-ft square fluted
115 jl) 6 Iee table-Solid
lJoJJ Oak very heavy
and solid looking. Prica usually
This is an infant industry of ours
that is slowly, but surely gaining
giant-like dimensions. It's not hard
tounderstand when we assure you
that there 3 not a Carpet of any re
liablo make but finds its showing
here. Then the price part attract
ive, pleasing, equitable.
Cg - 4E
Forloy. For wo wiU offer yen in a few days
some of tho choicest building slte3 ersr placed,
on site at $50 and upwards, at beautiful Tux
edo, AJJacant to Washington. Station on prop
erty. Wait and seo these or you will be. sorry
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