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THE WASHINGTON HERALD WEDNESDAY W WEDNESD DNESD Y MARCH 13 1907
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New York YorkWASHINGTONParis YorkWASHINGTONParisEaster WASHINGTON WA SHING TONParts TONPartsBaster Paris ParisEaster
Easter Cards and Novelties NoveltiesMainYZoor Main floor F and G GStreets GStreetsUpholstery Streets StreetsUpholstery StreetsUpholstery
Upholstery Department Departmentfj
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fj t Fourth Floor FloorG G Street StreetAnnouncement StreetL f fAnnouncement
L Announcement AnnouncementTO AnnouncementO
TO r O keep our workrooms busy during MarcJi Marclr1ve we will willmake 1villmake willI
I make specially low estimates for the following followingS followingclasses followingclasses
S = EL classes pfivork pfivorkSlip Jf if work 1vorkSlip workSlip
Slip Covers and Awnings to Order OrderFly OrderFly OrderFly
Fly Screens and Window Shades to Order OrderUpholstering OrderUpholstering OrderUpholstering
Upholstering Furniture FurnitureRapairing FurnitureRspairing FurnitureRapairing
Rapairing Furniture FurnitureReMnishing FurnitureRefltnishing FurnitureRefinishing
Refinishing Furniture FurniturePolishing Furniturei
i 4 Polishing and Waxing Floors c cThis cThis cThis
This is also a good time to have Rattan or Reed Furniture FurniturePainted FurniturePainted FurniturePainted
Painted or Enameled and New J Cushions made made for same sameAttention sameA sameA
ttention A is called to the following
New arrivals jn hi Willow Furniture con consisting coat cossisting ¬
t stat sisting of tables side chairs chalrsarm arm chairs chairsrecttnmg ebalrsrtC cbalrsrechnlng
recttnmg rtC chairs rockers Ac c at at1uw specially speciallylow caJty caJtylow
low prices We finish these pieces In htcolor any anycolor 7 7olor1red
color olor1red dectred at atll small maU cost costCushions coMC cotfor
C Cushions for same me to order UI 1U fil up upA 1IPA uwA
A special ed value in Willow wn Arm Ar Chairs Chairsnatural CIIaIrsnatval ChatrnatraI
natural color very strongly at constructed cenatructed6co
600 600 each eachNew eachN eachNew
New N spring designs dNlp In hi 0 Cotton Stripes StripesArt StrlJtMArt StrtpeiArt
Art Ticking TIcld Linens Ac c for sHn covers coversiSc COftI1LI
iSc I to 6oc yard yardNew yardNfn yardNew
New arrivals In French Cretona Cre 31 and aO andro
50 inches aci wide white and Dd cream e aiwttlk grounds groundswith grenadew1t
with w1t small 1 atedtam and iarg 1Ar large affsct etI1it8 fast fastcolors rutco fastO1g
colors co Specially desirable for draperies draperiesbed drapedesbed raperiesbed
bed covers slip covers tk tk3Iinch c c3iinch c31inch
3iinch SOC to 100 yard yard5Oinch yard50inch yard yard5oinch
5Oinch ioo 1 00 to 300 yard yardNew yardNew yardNew
New arrivals in Mu X ueJtn Mn Curtains 8 yards yardsng 1 yardsJose
Jose 0 ng finished with dee deep full raffle mmemedluftt small smalljemom smallmejium
medluftt jemom and large dots also so plain 4ath with withtucks withtueka withtucks
tucks tuekaS Special S ial value valu 125 pair pairNew pairNew pair pairNsw
New ant arrivals in French Tamboor Mae Muslin M MJln MaeUn ¬
lin Curtotns Cur embroidered edge and motif motifcenters JDOdfcel motifeentsa
Mla centers a most desirable drapery for forchambers forc forvhambers
chambers c
225 225 a pair pairOthers pairOtllera pairOthers
Others op to 758 756 5 patterns consisting constatingof
of dafet dIt7 t7 dots and ngtms Apte
New arrivals in Crow Stripe Spring and andSwttmer AMsw andSwiismez
Swttmer Portieres foil I range of or desrrable11M desirableador desirable desirablecolors
colors and shades to select from fromroo fromroo
roo to 350 pair pairNew pairNew pair pairNew
New arrivals in Real 1 Madras Curtains Curtainsfloral CuruustI Curtainsorai
floral orai ft d nd d stained JItaI d giaae 8IS designs d especially e peclaJIT
desirable del ens le pIe for in dining dlnm rooms rooms libraries and andens
500 and 600 600 pair pairValues pairValues pairalues
Values alues 600 600 and and 750 750Printed 750Pt 750Printed
Printed Pt Figured recl Taffetas Taffetasi ratretas witaMe for forit ferup forbangIgs
i haaghlga slip covers Ac Accolors IIPt it a aM d dark darkSpecial tJrKeoIonI darhcolors
colors and soft design aJgM aJgMSpecial designsSpecial
Special price 30c yard yardValues yadValues tlrd tlrdValues
Values 4oc SOC and 6oc 6ocSlip 6ocSUp 6ocsup
SUp Covers Cov rs made to order for average averagepiece average5ore se
5IIeee 5ore piece parlor rior suite of best printed JJrt ted dim dimity flIMT1 dimIty ¬
ity T1 white ground oond with dainty floral or ormaking or1IU1Je orattpe
1IU1Je attpe ellec efforts alSo allowing i rcIL for OM OMmaJd1aE themaking
making at the special price priceIIoo
1100 the suite suiteWoodward suitewant sulieWodward
Woodward want A Lothrop Box Coaches Coachesmade Osecheeesade
made by hand of beat seaaeiiind Htmber Htmbercovered IttMbereoered wmbreoved
covered with ItA best Art dewfm 41 ad a fitted fittedwith Attectwith ttd ttdwith
with steeltempered spring springSpecial IJPtnpSpecial springsSpecial
Special value 1400 1400Others 1400oUten 1400Qthers
Others to order from matdrtaiK l of eCow your yourown yourown
ow own selection
A ASpia1 Special Offer iiJZip in Slip Coyerg CoyergDuring COtIPrSi COtIPrSDtlring CoipisDitritig
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During March we will fill make to order ord r Slip Covers for the average average5piece averagespiece average5pie
5piece suite of o best Belgian Cotton Stripe MateriaR ateri31 allowing 25 yards yardsfor yardsfor yardsfor
for the making at the theSpecial theSpecictl theI >
I Special price 750 the suite suiteF suiteibCsi
F l M ibCsi sssrG st stAt
Rich Oriental RugsAt Rugs RugsAt
At Specially Reduced Prices PricesTE PricesWE PricesTIlE
TIlE TE OFFER at reduced prices a lot of genuine Oriental Rugs in inbright inbright invv
WE vv bright rich colorings and soft mellow tones and designs typical typicalof typicalof typicalof
of the Orient They Th consist of small lots and oneofakind oncofakindpieces oneofakindpiec oneofakindpiece
pieces piec 7 in carpet and smaller sizes The prices are very small smallconsidering smallconsidering smallconsidering
considering the quality and m 1 every one is a genuine product of the far East
Carpet Sizes
1 Cashmere Rug abs 7x31 i feet feetI
I 6000 6000 ooo Was as 8000 8000 8000Rug
1 Afghan Rug R sins JXtl xll feet feet6500Was
6500 6500Was Was as 8500 Soo 500
1 Mndbod M I K Pod Rug R stae JJXMJ u feet
7500 500 Was 10000 10000I
1 IiMUa 1 Hug alec fee 77x147 feet
9500 9500 Was V as 12500
1 I lisdls Rag else S2S1SJL s 1t1 1 feet t
11500 1 I 500 Was aS 15000 I
1 Haifa Rug It she use txltil tiL feet teetI5O00 feet15000Was
15000 15000Was Was as 20000 oo
1 Mwsfcabod Rue alas MK14 1I 1I feet feet19000Was
19000 1 19000Was OO Was 25000 25000I 5000lMailaI ooo oooI
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I lMailaI MaiMi Rus R RUg stae ae HXWi lInt fast
22500 22500 Was30000 Was30000Small Was as 3o 30000 30000Small oo ooSmall
Small Sizes
1 CabtaUut Rag n
3500 Was as 45QO 4500
1 Bafcara kra R Rng g I
4000 4000 Was Was1 fas 6oo oo oo11Mka
11Mka 1 iI i Rill
4500 4500 Was WasFourth Vas 500 500Fowtfc 5ootJ
Fourth tJ floor IoorG G st stDemonstration st stDemonstration stDemonstration
Demonstration of ofEclipse ofEclipse ofEclipse
v vMaker
Eclipse Bread BreadMaker
Maker 11 aker and Meteor MeteorCoffee MeteorCoffee MeteorCoffee
Coffee Machines MachinesMade Machinestade MachinesMade
Made tade by Manning + Bowman Co Coand Coand Coand
and known wherever quality is a arequisite arequisite arequisite
requisite The demonstrator will be beglad beglad beglad
glad to explain in derail the many manyexcellent manrexceUent manyexcellent
excellent features of these items itemsBread itemsBread itemsBread
Bread Makers 200 200Coffee 2ooCoffee 200Coffee
Coffee Machines 300 upward upwardy1ja
y1ja
Small Sizes
I 1 Swtmk SesUsak Rug RugI
I 5006 ooO Was lVas 6500
1 Ksrmawsfcaw nUsiIa Rug
6500 Was vV s I 9000 OO
1 Sareuk Rug R
1 7500 500 Was Tas iooiQQ iooiQQSmall 1000Small iooooSmall
Small Lots LotsOw LotsOne
Ow let ef Shirvan Rttg Rugs
1250 each et1fh Were 1700 and 2000 2000One 2oooOse
One 0 lot of Shirvan Rugs RugslSoo
1500 each Were 2000 and 2250 2250Olte 2250 2250Orid 250 250One
One lot of Shirvan Rugs RugIi50
1750 each Were Tcre cre 2250 and 2500 2500One 2500One 2500One
One lot of Daghestan ngh n Rugs
2000 each Were Tere 2500 and 2750 2750On 2750One 2750One
On One lot of Cabistan and Daghestan D gnestlln Rugs
2250 each Were 2750 and 3000 3000Ona 3000One 3000One
One lot of Mousoul Rugs
2250 Were Vi ere 3000 3000One 30000i
One 0i lot of Kazak Rugs
2500 each Were N ere 3500 3500On
On 0 let of Kjtzak Rugs RugsV
V 3000 each Were Jcre ere 4000 4000The 4000The 4oooThe
The Famous FamousOriginal FamousOriginal V
Original Allegretti AllegrettiChocolate Allegrettiehocolate A liegrettichocolate
Chocolate Creams CreamsAre CreamsAre CreamsAre
Are now to be found in our Con Confectionery Confectionery Confectionery ¬
fectionery Department Lovers of ofsweets ofsw ofswets
sweets sw ets are too familiar with their theirgoodness theirgoodness theirgoodness
goodness to make necessary more morethan morethan morethan
than the mere announcement they theyare theyare theyare
are to be had Jiere We e shall at atall atall atall
all times keep the supply fresh and andcomplete andcomplete andcomplete
complete complete60c completeV
V 6oc oc the pound box box30c box30C box30C
30c the J npound < pound box bo bo15c boxV boxthe
V 150 the flpound > pound box boxJIl boxV boxiifk
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WOODWARD LOTHROP
f11 IN THE SOCIAL WORLD WORLDMr
Mr and Mrs J W v Pincliot PincliotAre PillchotiLr PiiicliotArc
Are iLr Dinner DillU l l Hosts HostsMINISTER HostsMINIS HostsMINISTER
MINIS MINISTER R HAUGE ENTERTAINS ENTERTAINSAntlmMMmlor ENTERTAINStnlJRHHlulor ENTERTMNSAinlaHMnlOr
AntlmMMmlor nnil 3Ir4 lrM Bryce Are AreGncNtN ArcGneHtH AreCuents
GncNtN of Honor at HrenUfnitt Given Givenl Ghcn1V Given1v
1V 1v l y Mr Mrs TownMCnd Commander Commanderand CoulJnnl1dernnl Cnnimzuqlernnl
nnl air Mrs Albert Key Ie Hold llvcep llvception ItecepV ccelJ ccelJtloll
V tion for 3Ir H D C Jonca JoncaMr JOl1ellMr JoneMMr
Mr and Mrs James W Plnchot enter entsrtained entrI entertelnet
I tained at dinner last evening evenln the Ruettan RuettanAmbassador RUil8fnnudor Rue1rtnIunbomador
Ambassador udor and Baronem Rosen Ro en the theCount theCount theCount
Count and Countess Hatzfeld HatzfeldTrachefl HatzfeldTrachefl1erg Trachcn Trachcnberg Trachener
berg er Mr Justice Moody Mr lid Mrs MrsGlover 1IrLGIoYW MrsGlover
Glover Mrs Audenried Mrs Townfentf TownfentfI Town Townesn TownesnMrs ni ni11l8
I Mrs Munn Miss tn Williams Wt1Ilam WIllIameMrLavoIeur WIllIameMrLavoIeurand Mr Mrt MrLavoleur MrLavoleuralKl t Lavoleur Lavoleurand
and Mr M Goldsborough GoldsboroughThe < b bThe
The Tb Minister from Nprway and Mme MmeHange 1mei MineRange
i Range 11au entertained at dinner tnnr last even evenins tveftI evenIng
ins the Secretary Secr ta17 of the Navy Nay and Mrs MrsMetcaJf MrsMetesU In Inletca1t
I MetcaJf the Assistant Secretary of the theNavy theI theNavy
I Navy and Mrs Newbcrry the Spanish SpanishMinister SpanishMinister tt ttlUn
Minister lUn ter the Minister from Peru and andMme andlIme andMine
Mme Pardo Mr > lr and Mrs John B B Hen Henderson HeJtder liendereen ¬
derson Jr Cot and Mrs Cromwell MrsFish Mrs 1118lIah MrSFish
Fish lIah Miss U Sheridan Miss MI Hugner Mr MrRoes MrROM MrRoes
Roes Todd Todd of Louisville tite brother of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hostess and a 4 Mr Jr Pol P l Le Tettier ofl oflthe of ofthe ofthe
the Belgian fleI an Legation Leo5atlo Leo5atloMra LegationMrs
1 Mrs Richard Towneeml entertJUned en ruUned at atbreakfast atbreakC atbreakfast
breakfast breakC yesterday complimentary to the tbeAmbassador theAmbeldor theAnilmesedor
Ambassador from Great Britain and Mrs MrsBryee liraBrY Mrs3ryce
Bryee BryeeCommander BrY 3ryceCommander
BrYComIDllJMler
Commander and Mrs Albert Key were werethe werethe werethe
the hosts at a a small and 1 very verr Interesting Interestingreception Intereatblgrecepttoft ptereetiugreception
reception yesterday rlerdayarternOOft afternoon compli complimentary colRplllllttlltary coinpilmeetary ¬
mentary to their guest Mr H D C Jones Jonesthe J Joneathe ne8 ne8the
the Oriental banker formerly formerl of Manila Manilabut Manilabut Manilabut
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but returning to Japan where he will willmake willmAke willmake
make his headquarters at Yokohama YokoJama The Thecompany TheeotRJMUt Thecompany
company included many maztyoki old friends of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the guest of honor who has been ex extremely extnmely oxtremely ¬
tremely popular with American Amerl an and Bng BngHsh En3uh lglish
Hsh visitors and residents In the fur Kr But BastMrs But1TL lisOtMrs
Mrs Richard Hooker the slater of the thehostess edIcI thehostess
hostess did Jhe the honors of the tearoom tearoomThe tearoomThe LearootsThe
The hospitable residence of the retiring retiringMinister reUriqKter retiringMtnhsterV
Minister MtnhsterV MtnhsterVEcuador from Ecuador Eeu or and Mate Mn IJIIe Carbo Carbowas Carbowu Garbowas
was the scene of a large reception R yes yesterday yes1erda7 yesterday ¬
terday which was a in the nature of a afarewell afareweU afarewell
farewell for Mr Carbo who 110 leaves leav Fri Friday Fricia Friday ¬
day cia for South America to accept a posi position PN5tJoR peeition ¬
tion In the foreign office at Quito QuitoMme QuitoMme Quitotme
Mme tme Carbo and their three daughters daughterswho tIaptenhaye daughterswho
who have been beeq most attractive and Inter Interesting Intere Intereating ¬
eating e members of the Latin American Americancolony Amet1eaacoIo Americancolony
colony coIo la I the past season wilt 11t not accom accompany Aecompany accomIleny ¬
pany the Minister but expect to follow followhim r followhim llow llowbim
him In the early summer summerThe summerThe lMr lMrTbe
The legation was abtoom with 1th spring springflowers aprt aprtftowen springflowers
flowers tulips in the drawingroom and andjonquils ILBdjoDQuIhI anduIIs
jonquils uIIs in the diningroom room forming to tile tbekeynote tilekeyn thekeynote
keynote keyn Ke of the decoration with Soothers Sootherssmttax SoatltenHa SouthernemIlx
smttax Ha as a background backgroundThe beck5roueclThe backgroundThe
The hosts were assisted by a a bevy of ofmatrons ofmatron ofmatrons
matrons and maids including Mme hoe Gas Gasman G Gman Guslass ¬
man man of the legation of Cotowhta and andMme aDdme andMme
Mme me Cores wife wil of the Minister from fromNicaragua tressNicaragua Tom TomNIcaraIUa
Nicaragua Miss M Godoy Miss I Calvo CaJwCaWeron Miss MissCntderon MisscaMeron
caMeron Miss lU Anderson n non the Misses X Gas Caste CUte Gaseel ¬
te eel Miss 11 May Phelps PMI Miss MI Lillian Stone Stoneand StoneaJMI Stoneand
and Miss lIII Bessie Bomb ie Johnson and their own ownthree ownthree ownthree
three daughters da ten the Misses Maria An Angelica An AnSHea Angellea ¬
gelica Ana Christina and Maria Theresa TheresaI TWtreaCarbo ThrceeGarbo
I Carbo Mme Carbo wore a handsome handsometoflett baIMIaomeof handsometollett
toflett of silver brocade with appliques pliattes of ofgreen ofpen ofgreen
green passe velvet and trimming t11 trtmmlgVDuch of ofDuchesse oflace
Duchesse Duch lace Her eldest daughter wore woretightblue woreItIrbthlue worelightblue
tightblue chiffon and the two younger youngerdaughters youeruPteni youngerdaughters
daughters uPteni white silk IIUk one trimmed hi hiIrish IDJriab InIrish
Irish lace Jaee the other in pease velvet velvetMrs TeWetMn velvetIr5
Mrs Ir5 Charles H Treat wife of the theTreasurer UaeTreMUIeI theTreasurer
Treasurer of the United States enter entertained entertained enterlathed ¬
tained at a luncheon at the theTMtenla7 Arlington Arlingtonyesterday Arftngiossyesterday
yesterday when her guests were Mrs MrsBrewer XnJkewer MrsBrewer
Brewer Mrs Day Mrs Burrows Mrs MrsRayner M MRa7Mr MrsRayner
Rayner Mrs Bennett Mrs H IL Tudor TudorHarris TudorH TudorHerrla
Harris H < rris Miss Quinby Mrs John Y Thy Taylor Ta7lor Thybr ¬
lor Mrs HU Hd Mrs M Hill HilI of South Care Carolina CaloUINL Carelisa ¬
lisa Mrs William Reed Mrs Mrg > Wilson Wilsonand WI WIalld 91WOU 91WOUand
and Mrs Ira PonHney the lastnamed three threeC tIInec
c C Baltimore with 1th MUM iU Treat and Mh MhQaH Mine Mila0eII MineGot
Got Treat TreatMr T1WtMr TreatMr
Mr and Mrs ra Gardner ontHr Williams UUaJu have havetaeued havetnvltadcNla haveIssued
Issued Invitations to the marriage sf sftheir fittheir 1 1theli
their daughter UlJhter Miss Frances WHttajM WIt to toMr toMr toMr
Mr William Wit Wallace MelD on Thwrsday ThwrsdayApril ThurlldR7Ar ThudayApril
April Ar 4 at St St Thomas Thomu Church Dnnont DnnontCircle DapoatClreIe DupontGirds
Circle CircleThe GirdsThe
ClreIeThe
The ceremony ceremon will take place at noon noonand 1IOtDIlI1d noonand
and be followed by a small rqpeption rqpeptionlimited rtlfeJdoAJlmltH repdoa repdoalimited
limited to the relatives and a few close closepersonal eloeejentOMl closepersonal
personal friends at the home of the thebrides l lbrkles thebrides
brides parents 2381 l R street Miss U Wil Wilhams Willlama iI iIHams
hams will have as her maid of honor her hersister hersister hersister
sister Miss Gertrude Williams with 1th the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following bridesmaids Miss s Dorothy Wil Williams Williaise ¬
liaise 1 the youngest youn < est daughter of the tam family rmnT tamfly ¬
fly who is still a schoolgirl the Misses MissesRath MIs8e8Ruth MissesRuth
Ruth and Feroline Perkins and Miss MissKatharine X XKaUuuine MissKatharine
Katharine Jennings Jennlft all of Washington Washingtonand WashIfttonand
and MISS Virginia 1r nIa Field of StockbrMge StockbrMgeMasts St StockbrldgeMass ek1H1Oge1IA8II
Masts MastsMr 1IA8IIMr MassMr
Mr Albert Carroll of Baltimore will be bebeat beDMt bebeet
beat man The brideelect and her mother motherare mot motare motherare
are nbw lib in New York but return to toWashington toWalagton toWashington
Washington in the next few days daysBaron da darsBaron S SBalOA
Baron Mayor des Planches Ambassador Ambassadorfrom AmbIldorf1Olft Ambassadorfrom
from Italy is confined OOI to his embassy by byan byan byan
an attack of grjjj grjjjThe tlI tlIThe i2 i2The
The Minister from Colombia and Mme MmeCortes MineCortes IJMCortes
Cortes entertained at dinner on Monday Mondayevening1 Jtloft MondAyevening llT llTevening
evening when their guests ueet8 were the Min Minister loUnJeter Mliilater ¬
later from Ecuador and Mme Carbo CarboOther CarboOther GarboOther
Other guests were the Peruvian Minister Ministerand Mlniaterand Ministerand
and Mme Pardo the Minister from fromUruguay fromUrugy fromUruguay
Uruguay and Miss 11 Laftnur the counselor counselorof
of the Colombia Legation L > tlon and Mme MmePasoc MmePUOI MinePaoe
Pasoc the First Secretary of the Colom Colombian Colombian Colomtdazi ¬
bian Legation and Mme lIm Guzman Senor Senorand Senorand Senorand
and Mme Madrazo Miss Carbo and Mr MrRteoy MrRlcoy MrRicoy
Rteoy of the Mexican Embassy EmbassyRear Emb EmbassyRear ssy ssyReLr
Rear Admiral and a Mrs Cowles who whoare wl wlare wh whare
are passing the week in New York were werethe wereUte werethe
the guests of Mr Mr1 and Mrs William WilliamBayard WnUamBayard WillIamBaysrd
Bayard Cutting at dinner last evening eveningMiss evenhtgMI evenhigMiss
Miss MI Jean Reid daughter daugltl r of of the Am Ambassador AmbMSl Ambaneedor ¬
bassador to Great Britain has has deferred deferredher deferredher deferredher
her return to London until un tIl the second secondweek secondweek secondweek
week in April Miss Reid will serve as asbridesmaid asbrldesmakl asbridesunaM
bridesmaid for Miss Ua Katharine Barney Barneyrhos BarneyWhose Barneyhose
Whose rhos hose marriage to Mr Courtland Dixon DixonBarnes DixonBllr DixonBarnes
Barnes Bllr es will take place In New York YorkApril YorkApril YorkApril
April 1ft 1ftA 11A ILA
A very cry happy event of Monday evening eveningwas evenIngwu eveningwas
was the surprise tendered tendOcd Mr and Mrs MrsTheodore MrsTheodore MrsThcodore
Theodore PMtt PItt of Sixth and nd Q streets on ontheir onthetr ontheir
their golden wedding anniversary the theGifts theGifts theGifts
Gifts for forSpring forSpring forSpring
Spring Brides BridesJE BridesWE
WE 1 JJE JE are showing many rare rareand rareand rareV
V Y and beautiful articles de designed designed designed ¬
signed especially forjhose for those de desiring desiring desiring ¬
siring Wadding V dding Gifts of indi individuality individuality mdividuality ¬
viduality and distinctiveness distinctivenessGALT distinctivenessGALT distinctivenessGALT
GALT BRO BROEstablished BROEstablished BROEstablished
Established Over a Century CenturyJewellers CenturyJewellers CenturyJeivellars
Jewellers Silversmiths Stationers
1107 Pennsylvania Ave Avep
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children and grandchildren of the bride brideand brideand brldL brldLand f
and bridegroom of half a century century etlury ago agobeing agobeing agobeing
being the promoters proinotOreV proinotOrea V of a very successful successfulfamily wcce aCulfamily successfulfamily
family party which Included Mrs Emma EmmaLustig EmmaLu EmmaLustig
Lustig Lu Ug and family Mr and fld Mrs rs Charles CharlesF
F Putt and family Mr and Mrs Alex AlexH AlexH AlexH
H Plitt and family Mr and Mrs Wil William 1 WIl11am n nfam ¬
liam C Plitt PIl Mr and Mrs Henry F FDunkliorat 1 1Dunklorst FDunkhorst
Dunkliorat and Mr Theodore PUtt jr jrMr Jrlfr JrMr
Mr and Mrs JIlt were born In Bleden Bledenkopf BledenkopC fictionkopf
kopf HesseNassau Germany and both bothcame bothcame bothcame
came to this country at t an early ear age ageThey spThey e eThey
They were married In Baltimore Aid AidMarch MeL1Iareh MdMarch
March II MB7 by the Ue Rev Dr Bran Brandancr Brandsncr Brandaner
dancr After a short residence in that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city they moved to Washington ton in IMO 1MBA 1MDA IMOA
A sincere acknowledgment Mnt j jf of f the esteem esteemin ntHlllin esteemIn
in which the eoupte eoup an odd was the pres presentation preentfttJon presentaUon ¬
entation to them th at the service last Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day morning < tt t Zion Lutheran Church Churchof ChurelLor Churchof
of a beautiful gold Id loving cup with ap appropriate appropriAte anpropriate ¬
propriate remarks by the pastor Rev BarCharles RevCharles RevCharles
Charles F Bergner BergnerMrs BergoerMrs rxner rxnerMrs
Mrs B Eo Hope Slater who has dosed her fcerhouse IterHUH herhouse
house on Eighteenth street tltnet for the Uteson ma mason sa sason
son sailed 11M for Europe yesterday OR the theKaiser theKaar theKaiser
Kaiser Wllheun Wllhe II from New York YorkMrs YorkMra YorkMrs
Mrs Howry Howz will entertain at luncheon luncheonCol luacbeonday luncheonUiday
Uiday UidayGel day dayCol
Col wnHam W It YouftgMMt y YoungI and his dnuch dnuchtcr daUIIIttor daughtee
tee Miss JlII YovtifMoo y toft JIIItMre here Mondy Mondyevening Mondyter Mondayevening
evening for a a trip through tIIr South Cato Carolina CatoHIlA GateIbis ¬
Ibis and Alabama AlabamaMr AIa AIaJlr V V
Mr and Mrs J C Howell and camIIy familyhave camIIyIta CamiIyhave
have Ita Ye left their home on Eighteenth BlPteenthtreet Eighteenthstreet Ightenthstreet
street anal have taken im their reside residence raldcDCe1ft ace aceIn
In Norfolk Va VaBranch VLBruch VsBranch
Branch No 2 of the Army Relief So Society S0 S0ciety Soclety ¬
ciety will hold a meeU meeting at the Kbbltt KbblttHouse EbblUHoWIe bbItt bbIttIVIOuIe
House tomorrow at M oclock The com committee COIDrllttee cornriltise ¬
mittee announce that all who are ioter ioterjetsd I9ter I9tereel I iter itersted
jetsd eel are Invited to attend attendSECOND attendSECOND attendSECOND
SECOND REGIMENT INSPECTED INSPECTEDIcuullcnt INSPECTEDl INSPECTEDISxeellet
Icuullcnt l xe eIlcnt Appunrniice Made Mnileberu l y SI UeJII UeJIIhcrH n nlierH
lierH of the VnrloiiH CoiiipanleN CoiiipanleNAn
An Au excellent appearance was made by byths byOM bythe
the officers and men of the Second eeond Regi Regiment ReJ1ment Regimeat ¬
ment on the occasion of their annual In Inspection Itaapectlon Inapectiost ¬
spection at the Center Market tsrlset Amory Amorylast A Amorylast mOlT
last night The inspection I U was ms de by byMaJ byI byMaj
1
MaJ Lloyd M Brett First United Stales StalesCavalry Stat StatI SesCavalry
I Cavalry A P BobbIns kiipector l hsector general generalD 1 1I
D C N G and Capt Edward T Rims Rigsjsaio RI8Paki6eamp Rimsaiddocamp
I aio aki6eamp > 4ecamp to the geoeral Man District Districtof DlMr1etor Districtof
of Columbia militia militiaI JI 1ltlaThe militiaThe
I The trill work under the command eommaodMaj of ofMaj
I MaJ A A Stephan was considered T very TetJlOOd verygood ry rygood
good though the att attd4laaee ndaae was not net1a as aslarg solargp
larg 1a largp as was desired de led by the theotfteerL commaJriUn commaJriUnoMcers coaunaning coaunaningomeers
oMcers Those in command of the com companies COIIIpaatea cornpanics ¬
panics are Company A Capt calK Thomas ThomasHeap TlIOll1UHeap ThomasHeap
Heap Company B Capt Samuel Febutd FebutdI FeIaad FeIaadeomny FeIaadCompany
I Company C Capt apt i t B Walker aDd aadOmpaay aDdCompul andGampsny
Ompaay D Capt Lewi LeWIS Adams AdamsWILL A4amsWILL AdamsWILL
WILL AID JUDGE ADVOCATE ADVOCATEfjlcut ADVOCATE1Cllt ADVOCATEbicut
fjlcut 1Cllt Col Sharpc In Affrtifcnvd to toDuty IcDhit 0 0Dnt
Duty Dnt in Culm CulmTJeuL CnbRUfU CuInTAeuC
TJeuL UfU Col Alfred C Sharp of the theThirtieth tileTblrUeth theThirtieth
Thirtieth Infantry U 8 I A has been beenuuHgnd beeDU81ptcI beensalgud
uuHgnd < to military miaJ duty 1 In Cuba CU by bytbe b7the bythe
the Wur Department to assist aut Cot CoLCrowdet CotCrow GelCrowdet
Crowdet Crow Judge advocate for the civil civilauthorities civilautborU Civilauthorities
authorities authoritiesCoL autborU authoritiesGel Its ItsCOoL
COoL fharpe barpe rpe was born tepteinhei 12 121SS 12I
1SS 1 ne and is a native of Ohio 0hJ0 although althoughbe aithpughhe
be was appointed to totee service la I the thearmy tManal thearmy
army from Iowa 10 He attended the Mil Military Ml1ltary MUItry ¬
itary Academy three years T graduating graduatingin craduaU craduaUtn
in June H7S 1 ns On Ott year later be bede was wasmade wasmade
made de second lieutenant lieu t of tbe Tenth TenthCavalry enthCavalry TenthCavalry
Cavalry Afterward he was w trans transferred tla1l8t traneerred ¬
erred t rred to the Twentysecond Infantry InfantryIn
In 1 1981 he was aa appointed first lieu lieutenant Ueutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant gradually rising in rank until untiltwenty uatOtwpnt untiltwPnty
twenty twpnt yafs later he became a major majorThree majorTItree maJorThree
Three years y yeArs ago be was appointed appointedlieutenant apJtO Ileutt appointedlieutenant
lieutenant colonel I af infantry CttL CttLSharpe CGLSINae OsLTharpe
Sharpe was wa breveted first lieutenant t hi hiFebruary IeFebruary haFebruary
February 199 He will assume his hisduties aluUe8 hisVdutIes
duties in Cuba at once onceARMY onceARMY onceARMY
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The Th battle ship New Jersey carrying carryingspectftl It ItspecIAl aspecial
specIAl naval Inspection bgpec On board front frontWashington frontWuhl fromWashington
Wuhl Washington ogton went to sea yesterday on onher onher oi oiher
her final acceptance trip arid will be out outtwo outtwo oUitwo
two days in alt probability The board boardarrived bcmrdarrived boardarrived
arrived at OW Point yesterday from fromWashington fromWbln fromAtinilt
Washington WashingtonAtliuit Wbln WblnAlmlt
Atliuit li 2I H J Chinese in February FebruaryA FelJrnnr FelJrnnrA Feirnarysttement
A statement made public at the tb De Depactment DepiItment Dcpkrtment
pactment of Commerce and Labor yes yesterday yesterday resterday ¬
terday shows that 265 65 Chinese were ad admitted adrnltte4 adinltted ¬
mitted fct t ports of the th United States In InFebruary InFeIruary inPelruary
February last as compared with within Ill Illin 2 2In
in the corresponding month of 1906
PETIORTH PETORTllV PETORTllAFFAIRS V AFFAIRS AFFAIRSCitizens AFF AFFAIRSCitizoiis AIRS AIRSCitizens
Citizens Denounce Attitude Attitudeof Attitudeof
of District Committee CommitteeHEARING ComlnittecHEARING CommitteeEEARING
HEARING ON GAS A FARCE FARCEIS
IS W v Oynicr O Hel Report to ii the Anne AHHOelation Anneelation 111 111elution
elation Regarding the Unnntlsfac Unnntlsfactory Ummthlncr Unantinfacior
tory ior r Treatment Accorded Its Rep ReireMcntntive HelreHcnfntlcll Represen
reMcntntive resen Inilven by It Chairman Chnlr Clini rinan nnn Bah Bahcook DalcocllUUuelc flabcoclctti1tiuIe
cocllUUuelc cook Attitude oC CoiiKreMsmcn CoiiKreMsmcnSevere COJlJrCItHmcnSeftre Coiigrenccnicnsevere
Severe criticism was heaped hes upon the theaction theaetJen theaction
action of the House District Committee Committeefor COmmitteetor Committeefor
for what was denominated ft Its unsympa unsympathetic unsympathetic unsympathetic ¬
thetic and iulddlctatortal dictatorial attitude toward tbe tbepeople tbepeople thepeople
people of the city at the monthly meet meetIng meetIA meetof
Ing < of the Petwortb Cilisens Associa Association AHocJatIeft AneoclaLieu ¬
Lieu last night n bt The meeting meetIn meeting was held at attbe atthe atthe
the Itotne ow One of William F Goode 3MO New NewHampshire NewUpehtre NewHampshire
Hampshire avenue ad the business sea session 1IetIa seasion ¬
sion a was followed by a buffet 1nI et luncheon luncheonand luncbeonancI luncheonand
and a social hoUr boorDiscussion hoUrDIec hourDiscussion
Discussion DIec of the attitude of the House flouseCoumtIUee houseCornmlttse HouseCommittee
Committee came up in a a report submitted submittedby submittedby bmft ted tedby
by EL B W Oyster detailing his experiences experiencesIn
In I behalf of the association when he hesought Moucbt hesought
sought a hearing heart upon the subject of ofuniversal ofunlftrsal ofuniversal
universal transfers and the reduction of ofthe ofthe
the prteeof lice oC gas P Mr Oyster said he and andhis 3 andhis nd ndbl I
his feHowcommiUeeiBen leHoWeoIIIt8Itteemen made an ap appointment ap appotntmeat appolntmest ¬
pointment with Mr Babcock chairman chairmanof
of the committee asking to be heard heardbriefly htardbrlefty heardbriefly
briefly on these two subjects jecta as repre representatives reprellentlttlvea reproacatatives ¬
sentatives of the theodatton association They were werenot werenot ere erenot
not only treated coldly according to Mr MrOyster MrOfBter MrOyster
Oyster but found little litti sympathy with withtheir wIththel withtheir
thel their nteas pleas jIeaa Mr Babcock occupying < much muchUmcXn muchtJJW muchtim
tJJW tim UmcXn III ttflldiu taILIng and adjourning the meet meetlngvp3e meetIns meetlug
Ins lngvp3e M IN re tbe committee had an oppor opportunity opportunity opportunlty ¬
tunity to be heard Mr Babcock after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the meeting raeet was asked eel some pointed pointedquestions pointedqu poIntedquestions
questions qu UoM by the COIIIIIIIt committee e but little IKtlesatisfaction IMtletWaCtIOa littlesatlifactiosi
satisfaction was IdetIVed derived clerlve4tberetrom clerlve4tberetromTIN therefromThe therefrom therefromTh
Th TIN report tailed a dlscassioa over the theattitude th thatdt theattitude
attitude atdt of the committees t in f Congress Congresstoward CODgre Congresstoward a atoward
toward the representatives of citizen citiseiwwhich citizenwhidl citisencwhich
which was Wa characterised as more more and andmore andore andmore
more ore unbearable unbearableOne unbearableOne unbearableOne
One Good mod Itennlt ItennltIt UCJnlti liennitIt
i It was decided that one good thing had hadbeen hadI hadbeen
I been done in requiring the gas company companyto
i to make annual aa reports to Congress Congresswhereby Congresswhereby a aSbeftby
whereby the enormous dividends which whichtiie whichfae whicht
Sbeftby tiie t company is said to earn would be ex explained exT1aI cxbIaod ¬
plained bIaod This Th action in a sense e was wn re regarded rei ivgarded ¬
i garded lded as an amelioration of 0 the t be treat treatment t treatinent a t tII ¬
ment received reeelv at the hands of Mr Bab Babcock Babcock Babcock ¬
II
cock The opinion was Wa expressed that the thegas theII thegas
gas company would ouId rather submit to an aninvestigation antnvaUaaUon anlnvestUon
II investigation by Congresss eo than be forced forcedto ro forcedto ed edto
to make the annual reports reportsGeneral repoIUGewral reportsGeneral
General satfofactkm n was expressed after afterthe aftertile afterthe
the report of the committee on legisla legislation leci leglalatins la laUoD ¬
tins UoD which h reported several important importantappropriations importantapproprlaUona Importantappropriations
appropriations which would benefit the thesubdivision thtIU theauidivision
subdivision IU YIIII8ft of Petwortb PetwortbThe Pet PetworthThe worth
I The secretary aeereuiy of the association was as di diJCted dlreeted 1 1reeled
reeled to call the attention atten OD of the th man management manQeme management
agement t of the Brightwood Street Rail Railway Railwa Railway ¬
way wa to the old practice of starting the thecars thtcara thecars >
cars from the loop Ioc before the he incoming incomingngera incominrpauerapn Incomingpsssengora
pauerapn ngera have had opportunity to board boardthe boardthe hoardthe
the outgoing ears at the point of trans transfer tranfer transfer
fer It was charged eha that the conductors conductorsi ftducot8 ftducot8of
i of the ears started out without giving givingngers givingJU8tnpnl givingpsasengers
JU8tnpnl ngers time to make the transfer transferthus traut transferthus r rhoa
thus compelling tteWna them to walt until the thejtext thenext thenext
next car making ton king delays 18 in reach reachills reachoee roachInC
ills InC business offices oces in the morning < and andtbeti aadtW andthelrbomes
thelrbomes tbeti bomes m Ia IaRnt the evening eveningWant eveatngVanl
Want Rnt Relief R Hel from Smoker SmokerThe SIHoJ SinoirernTue cr crThe
The secretary was u directed also to take takeop takelIP tateup
op the question uestJon of the crowding of smok smokers ken ambkera ¬
ers on the back platform of the Bright Brightwood BrI Brightod 1n 1nca
wood od cars ca and request UNt the management managementto
to grant t relief in reference to that abuse abuseThe eThe abuserho
The questions of a sewer on Bright Brightjrood BrlahtfOOd Brightvood
fOOd avenue between Upsure and Tay TayIcv TayI Tayicc
Icv I icc streets lamps lam on the same thorough thoroughfare tborouP1m thoroughtee ¬
fare between Shepherd and Upsure Upsurestreets Upsurestreets are aretreftS
streets and electric lights In various variousparts vartouapaIU variousparts
parts of the subdivision will be b taken up upwith upwith upwith
with the municipal authorities The as asI aaIOeIation assedation
I sedation also wants relief from the deep deePIfUttera deepgutter
1 gutters on the sides Id of Brightwood ave avenue ayenue areflue ¬
nue either by bridging them them at the cross crossings CIOI8Inp crosslogs ¬
logs or by raising them so as not to en endanger 0 0da endanger ¬
danger da ger driving In passing over them themWANTS themW themWANTS
WANTS W AIITS TO SHOW PICTURE PICTUREG
G AV Peter Here to II ISxhllitt UTIle UTIleUntBe The TbeBattle Thelinttlc
Battle of CaloocKii CaloocKiiG
G W Peters who was special artixt artixtfor ar artbtfor t tlor
for Harpers In the > Philippines during 4art the theinsurrection theIDaurrectlon theinsurrection
insurrection in the archipelago archl Jqo and whose whosewar wboeewar whosewar
war pictures in Harpers Colliers and andCentury alMlCeIIt awlGentury
Century CeIIt have attracted wide attention t ntlo ntloIn te teIn Iiin
In the city and was an Interested spec spectator apeetator spectator ¬
tator at Monday nights Jri meeting of the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central Labor Union in Typographical TypographicalTemple T7 ntphlcdTemple Tyegraphict1Temple
Temple He was a guest of Brother BrotherSprague BrotherSpra BrotherSpraiiie
Sprague Spra ye delegate front t the Printing PrintingPressmen PrtDt PrtDtP PrintingPressmen
Pressmen P an old friend friendMr trteDdMr friendMr
Mr Peters has made his headquarters headquartersat
at the Cosmos C Club and aD an is in the city cityconferring clt cltconterrintr cityconferring
conferring with government meDt officials with witha
a view to having < his picture The Battle BattleI BattleoC Battleof
I of Cakwcan in the Philippines PlnM hung for forpublic forpabllc forpublIc
public exhibition In this city This can canvas eaDvas canvas
vas vas six and onehalf by nine feet te at atpresent atpretJeDt atpresent
present in New Ne York where here It was for t r rlook a along aking
long time on O exhibition The Thero Two two places placesunder pta ptaunder placesunder
under connMe cderAtlon ration bg b Mr Peters and andthe andthe andthe
the officials for the hanging of the thetUfle plo pfoI plotore
I tore are the Corcoran Corco Gallery of Art and andi aadthe andthe
i the National Museum It was stated that thatit thatIt thatit
it is a difficult matter to secure a pace pJacein paceIn placeIn
in this tit city for the banging < of sucn SU < l1 a alarge aJa arge
large Ja rge picture pictureWILL pictureI pictureWILL pictureWILL I
WILL INSPECT NAVY YARDS YARDSISinmct YARDSmmct YARDSfluinict
ISinmct mmct L Atlantic elnnlrri IICIITCH to Invest Invcatijrate hncMtiate Investgate
ate Labor Conditions ConditionsEirimet ConeUUmlEmmet ConclitioiinEthnet
Eirimet L h Adams of Columbia Lodge Lodgeof Lodgeof
of Machinists achlnista and representative of the theInternational theInternatIonal
International Association of Machinists Machinistswith Machinistswith
with headquarters in the McGill Build Buildtag Bullda Buildlug
tag In this city left yesterday morn mornteg mornIDe mornhag
hag on a tour of the northern navy yards yardsHe yardsHe yardste
He te wm 111 Investigate all the government governmentnavy governmentnavy
navy vy yards on the Atlantic A tlanUe coast north northof northot northof
of this I city with a a view to ascertaining ascertainingthe a8C talnlng talnlngtbe
the conditions under which men are em employed employed employed ¬
ployed and to familiarise himself blm elC with withcertain withcertain 1th 1thcertain
certain details in connection with 1th com complaints complaJata cornplaints ¬
plaints from the men that are now on file fileIn fileIn Illein
In the office o lCe of the association associationIt
It is the policy of the Association of ofMachinists oflfaeblnJ ofMachinists
Machinists ta not nol to present any an complaint complaintto
to the Nary Na Department for adjustment adjustmentuntil adjWltmentuntil adjustmentuntil
until it is satisfied atlafted through investigation investigationthai Investigationthat investigationthat
that there is I reason for such complaint complaintMr complaintlUr complaintMr
Mr Adams was scheduled scb luled < to leave on onSunday onSundRy onSunday
Sunday but was compelled to delay his bisdeparture bfacterture hisdeparture
departure owing to a conference with withNavy withNaV withNavy
Navy Department officiate officiateFirst ofilela ofilelallird ofliclalsrnrnt
First Popular CSntcrtninmcnt CSntcrtninmcntAt ntcrtnlnUllntAt
At the Young Mens Christian Asso Assoi Assoeliltlon Assoelation
i elation tonight the first popular en entertalnment entertainment entertaininent
tertalnment will be given Reynolds Reynoldsthe Reynoldsthe
the Boston entertainer will head the Hheprogramme theptora theprogra1nme
programme ptora progra1nme l1me These entertainments will willbe willbe Ill Illbe
be given en frequently in future and am they theyare tbeyItre theyare
are open to men and women at a asnian asnianJN1Ct small smallprice smallprice
price JN1CtJlcoelo
Theodore Jlcoelo F Mayer Very Ill IIIGrave IllGra IllGrave
Grave Gra doubts are expressed for the therecovery therecovery
recovery recoer7 of Theodore F Mayer mem member memher memher ¬
her of otthd lh the milling mJUln Arm of William M MGait MGtlt MGtVlt
Gait I Co who Is l critically ill at his hishome hishomeH hishome
home homeH 211 14 B street southeast Mr MrMayer Mrllarer MrMayer
Mayer has been suffering with stomach stomachtrouble stomachtroublc stomachtrouble
trouble for some months monthsI monthsDfOorntloIlH jnorthsDeuorntIohiM
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be formed from a glance at atthe atthe atthe
the following remarkable bar bargains bargains bargains ¬
gains in Golddecorated Glass Glassware Glassware Glassware ¬
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Cigar Cutters Cutte 50c Oc to 7000 7000CorkKrew SOO SOOCorkscrews oo ooCorkacrewi
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SUCCEEDS SIMON S ON WOLF WOLF3Iycr WOLFJIcr WOLFMyer
3Iycr Cohen 01111 Appointed on Board onr of ofAMMocliitud ofAto ofAstocintccI
AMMocliitud Ato HQcluteel Chnritlcw ChnritlcwMyer Chnrltic111er ClinrltleicMyei
Myer Cohen the weHknown Washing Washington WLQhlngton Washingtosi ¬
ton lawyer and n4 V for f many years inter interested inttrHte4 interested ¬
ested In public charities was appointed a amember amember amember
member iff ethe the Board of Associated Char Charities Char1t1e8 Charides ¬
ides by the President yesterday to suc succeed suceee4 suecoed ¬
coed Simon Wolf resigned resignedMr re IMr resignedMr
Mr Wolfs resignation saatlon wa was sent nt to the thePresident thrPral thePresident
President several veral days ago He explained explainedthat explainfthat explainedthat
that he was unable to devote the time to tothe toth tothe
the th work which bieb its importance demanded demandedThe demandlTM demandedThe
The President wrote Mr Wolf a letter tetterof 1elt letterof r rof
of regret in which be praised highly the thework thework thework
work which he has donfor local 1 chart charities ebarlties chartThe ¬
ties tiesTbe The seJecUofrof si1ecJoir of Mr Cohen is regarded regardedas rc1ed rc1eda8
as sin exceptionally ex nlIy wise wi one by all people peoplewho peoplewbo peoplewho
who are interested in the public charities charitiesRECEIVERS charttiftiRECEIVERS charitiesRECEIVERS
RECEIVERS FOR THE S 0 Oll1wnrd H HUdirnrd IL
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Udirnrd 31 Colfonl CoIro 11 Restaurateur JtcHtanriUeurAdjudged ReHtnnrntetJrAdJt1c1 RestaurateurAcIjudred
Adjudged AdJt1c1 cel a Bankrupt IlniikrnptEdward lIunlrnptEdward BankruptEdward
Edward M JilL Colford of 1422 Penn Pennsylvania Penneylvania yl yloanla ¬
vania avenue avtn e proprietor of the Sanitary SanitaryOyster SanltarOter SaDIULvYOyster
Oyster House at that place was yester yesterday yes yeelbrday r ¬
day adjudged a bankrupt by Chief Justice JusticeClabangh Ju JusticeCbbangh ttee tteeCbbaUBIL
Clabangh CbbaUBILTbIs CbbanghThis ClabanghThis
This action was as taken on the petition petitionof
i of Edward S S Norton who bo alleged that thatColford thatI thatCofnrd
Colford owes him 1 1900 The court ap appointed ap appointed appointed ¬
I pointed Simon Lyon and Staattm P PPeelle Pi PPenile
i Peelle receivers to take charge cb of the af affairs aCfairs a afairs ¬
fairs of the firm pending < the appoint appointment 3PPOlniI appointmont ¬
ment of a trustee in bankruptcy Mr MrColford MrColford Ir Irolford
I Colford through Attorney Peelle Pe 1e filed filedan ftleclan Illecian
an answer to the th petition of Mr M t Norton Nortonadmitting Nortonadmitting NortonadmittIng
admitting his indebtedness Indebtedn atD to the latter latteras latterI latteras
I as well foll as to other > r creditors to the theamount theamount
amount of 1000 Mr r Colford stated he hewas h hW3S hewas
I was unable to pay his debts and is will willing wUlto willIng ¬
ing to be adjudged a bankrupt bankruptSuccessors bankruptI bankruptSuccessors bankruptSuccessors
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807 Pennsylvania Penmy Ivanin Ave AveLINDSAYS AvePreferred AveLFND5AYJ
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clean Price only Sl50 Sl50Rubber 150Rubber 150 150household
Rubber Gloves for forhousehold forhousehold
household use 8100 lOO pairRubber pairRubber pair pairRubber
Rubber Bath Tub MatsSl25 MatsSl25 Mats
Sl25 Hot Water Bottles Bottlesas Bottles Bottlesas
as low as 75cM 75cM 75c 7ScM
M Lindsay Rubber Co
807 Pennsylvania Avenue
GIDDINGS it STEELE STEELEFloor STEELEFloor
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813 Pennsylvania Ave AveBargains AveBargains AveBargains a
Bargains Bargains in inFloor inFloor inFloor
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WERE vv selling prices on this thisseasons thisseasons thisseasons
seasons stock s toe k of ofhighgrade ofhighgrade ofhighgrade
highgrade Carpets Mattings MattingsRugs MattingsRttgs IattingsRitgs
Rugs and Linoleums in order orderto orderto orderto
to effect a complete clearance clearancebefore clearancebefore clearancebefore
before stocktaking Here are area area
a few sample values Goods Goodsreserved Goodsreserved Goodsreserved I
reserved upon payment of ofdeposit ofdeposi ofleposit
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CARPETS CARPETSAlexander CARPETSAlcxander CARPETSAlexander
Alexander Smith Sons Ax Axminsters Axminsters Axaninsters
minsters Regular value VIllue valueL5 QO i
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135 Special SpecialAlexander yC yCAlexander 2C 2CAlex
Alexander Alex nder Smith Sons Savon Savonnerie Savonll Savonnerle
nerie Regular value l J2 2 G1 122 122BIgelow 00 OI J
Special SpecialBigelow ll 1 1Blgelow
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pets fl75 115 li grade gradeCoIurhia tfliOJ tfliOJColumbia I l lColu
Columbia Colu b1a Axmlnster AxmlnsterCarpets Cl 117l 117lCarpet 171 171Carpet
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We have Just received a large largeassortment largeauortment largeassortment
assortment of this handsome bIlnd ome fur furniture furniture furniture ¬
niture made of satinwood satinwoodV satinwoodand V and andall andaU andall
all hand painted These pieces are aremuch aremuch aremuch
much sought after and are consid considered constdred considcroci ¬
ered red by furniture connoisseurs to tobe tobe tobe
be the finest productions in the theworld theworkl theworld
world worldYour worklYour worldYour
Your Inspection is invited invitedOld InvitedOld InvitedOld
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