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meannar T11,8 V. I. sar"&AT. Mr Ae Dinaies of Columbia. Maryland and Vbwim, shower. clearing 4aturday afternoon; ges3Pstosn or Twa WAtar. faemre and conilti'm f wae At am: fare . temieeatwur. : condition, f. Receiving reserveir, temperature.5,. Con Aela at north connectt.n. .: rondlition at osgmi ennection. 3U; dtntributing reerVoir. ompa ,re. U; condition as influent gate basms. U; emest gate hoe. St. Migh obti. Low tide. fa. . && 7:;psma. 1:21 a.m, 1:30 p.m. Oswas Awar. Giras AwAr. F1ee ot Charge. Fre of Charge, A Pinr of Elegant Gloves m ab se. Children's or sAiA' Coat you purebame of o tomorrow. m out an eatiure manufacturer's 01 etd= , inaee'and Children'a Costs at bM tule we have decided. in order to maske * mee qteky. to give you the benefit of Sb peebae. thus enabling you to buy (loak ue u, daughter or child at lefs than a coast. The lot ronsist of SChldrue's Loag Cost in tight and dark sowsa. -got- price from 01.98 to 07.49. Wes@ deabae. IN Mhme' Rhort Costa. light and dark. prime bom 249 to *549. Worth 116 LIades' Cheviot. Kersev and Bearer Cost, mm MAd winhout fur trimming. in light and a wed ?ni-hed and tailor made. price from 02.45 up to 9.98. Worth 1 IAdieW' Newmarkets. Actual value from $ to *I2. Thin lit will be slaughtered at 4 bm M Seal lumb Coals. Nizes 34. 3R, A Wern from 015 to e20. You can have yewr chaice of thene at #&!8. Don't delay. Call at once and compare theme geed wth .4her'. It will be of gr at saving to yew. smmmber tomorrow ue rhall presenit each pVeeha with a fine pair of Gl,,reS. M. LrvymAxx A li44. Maetoe, 06 7th street, between I and L hameahn, I5 and 1929 lI' nsylvania ave. 'msa" oI SATAVSPA.-Prime Rib amiat, Wb.; famb. 12, to Jor.; sugar Cured llama, 31 .- -mes. 12r.; Phoulerm. 10r.: Pork. 12e.; 3 a CorM, Pew and Tomatoe. 25e.: 3 pound' ead, Se.; Print Butter. 25r.: Burbank Pots teo, Me. busheL. Drop no po4tal order. A %1 in. e ot Vegetables constantly on hand at 3ewest het prices. Isr3aTI)YAL MAa asi, 331 E at, m~w. Wsae.'s PortaS M aar SITar. coRVenient tope doa town, will be onen again tomor e, dy. 735 9th at.. near H1. Everything o seosea--mests. vegetabl., Ar. Escmaeos and Imperial See Champagnes, ate AgSat CKa. KXANIES. J09& 7th. O3. 18 CTa. A l'orxD. Teerrow in Taffy day at SHeanrLsa'. 803 ssawyvania avenue. The greatest variety sof fever seem In any store nmade of pure"t ma and richly flavored, only l8 ets. per pound. Among the many varieties you will ndU himon MoWaeep. Cream and dlicious D~tter Tamen and several others entirely new. "Ut Wamjust such bread ma my mother made" in what isaid of our "1l Tiue'' Flottr, sweeter and more antritions than any other. 475 per barrel. J. T. 1). Py!o. 412 4th st. s.e. CfoSMOLayRa IHAr TU. CALL. --Tomorrow hba to CMo'OLATL's. We'll have thirty %n Vtetis of them ready for y on at 23 cent* I-er poend. Freah made and delicioum. Candy Maker. 16th and F sie. Dinmast GLsnan. f1. H xurLza's.453 Pa.ar. feoeir Grmv and un-ightlr Itith are two 1imp absolutely preverntabi by The une of isote Dentifrice. 2&. everywhere. Lieson Cose starr. A n.gicalremedy. 10. CaneIe CuLaasU by the ErTauR CABPET Weman. 0I-dm Mai". ave. n. w.. are male muoth peedtne of charge. Telephon 133 2. S 'mes kc CusBm. 235 G at. anw. FSac'e '1.00 UN7szawSaa, kiree ema leeds them ll. aaNc A bon, One Price, Vor. 7th and D. fte rder for a barrel of "Star oi the Iht" at SL2A Money refuneled if not Mn. Somm. SUM K C. llama, 12*c. J. T. , Pua . 412 h st. Ae. 4 Tm Inaiseros, 416 K St., is reopen for the m9m efgusn CIT AND DISTRICT aummm TOax N(T. Aaas='s Orsaa Bots.&-mrs. Jan. Brown Ihmw to Ze's "Therese." maw Earansas. Tnaarma.-"The Voodoo, or a Lanby Chersm." Aimaum, or Meuse. -The Tar and Tartar." amaF kSo TmaArm.-"New York Day Emnas's Len.m Tasarma.-Hydes Come 2smm anum earru11anena.-15th nires and Uasierr's Meuse Bass..-The tieven Ages CsmaDN D L"cALS. Osa=am QIanUam, a fourteen-year-old eol ad hey who san away from hin home in Staun Va., ne arented here night before hat Mhathet Police Court. He was given ~iuto bin borne today. 7. E esa CoUWtaST ren' ended to a tele gmenet et a ire lat night about 9310 e'dsc and foed a tool abed on Ileeven street be ~Aheut *10 amage wa~s done. To inmnueconnected with the patrol ereisa at te Seuh Washngton police usaton ermed out lat night. The trouble re M I fem a esetric light wire croesing the 1 Umsu about S o'clock Battle Minor, a eedini alm forty-i've yars oldI. fell from a waeu ama st Circle and wan badly injured. De sem oSe to hin home. Nio. 1732 1ith atreet. toQe pabee pao wagon. Yassemnsar i~lham iHicer was taken Ill on 36mmspl a ea ens and he was vent to the kneremeyM.7tal in the police patrol wagon. Us Nm at No. North ('apstol atret A Vuetos ODorcL astoln from Willsian T. Rnehntsn's bicycle store, on 9th street, thin wek C. mano=ne has aked the police to re ser a s am e aetr that was stolen from kin The mesne et the semes. The Eenms em Orand Armay Place has heam tmm down and will be resmomd to, maaae to mse dering the encampmnent ast ea. 16em is a large amount of good a... Sae ht wea sad in the constretion which win he nuld at action at noen to EssngeMasssehave be. insedw by thel at t Ss court to the following: Win. anmd Sammis Brown: Albert Blowers and ateA. Wboeu; Edward Allen and Mary IPm merry Da of anzxapolin, Md., and' A 3W 'Yaflestag Deal. Us. G. Wasthidl Pieo, corner 12th and ~JnUO . ery#.C ot f e~e anl d troamering. at lees than 6 Osir pmceheea.- Adct. A, Awse.-Peaitively for a few stays only M s beed stoek in etoree 1229-1231 11th est eemet. 1b. very beet of goode still in es. ae -eaene lIatarday at le aam., Uesembe as 11 and costinne froma day to ed eB so d ahread A Co. tistg, -m see wine tepeatry Brussels carpet, 7*1 eUeto pwr yem: worth to cents. aug parlor en M. Fine lot of jotintlena Jaran and umInt received. t Mew goode.) 5. , No. 815 7th street north Sams of .1 in furniture. earpet., boe e. at laias A Se', 14y e .trest,: temmiSes a~m .-At.o t111 M AnC caness Peray tot ae sed anen matiseta et d aw am ut.C asilats e eass mse- e L soese lua TEE LENIO STAR REDAL. WON THE STAR MEDAL. Carpral Yourg of the EUgieer Corps Will Wear the Ifandsone Decoratto. Corp. G. 1B. Young of platoon A, engineer corps. has won Tea Evxmta Sra medal, the arize given amnallv by Tua EvLsNaX Tra onpany for competition in ride practice. In LM30 Capt. (ah captured the desirableemblem; n 1891 Maj. Pollard was the successful rontentant; yesterday Corp. Young got there. lie can nerr ":get there" again, for when a District National Guardsman ias once won Tnz STaR medal be is thereafter marred from entering the match in any sub.. juent year. There was no lack of cordial con kiatulation when it became known who was the wim.er. for Dr. Young is decidedly popular kmong hi4 fellow riflemen. Fifty-one harpsh'ooters fired cores in the natch. and in rpite of conditions that seemed be de ciluily goed only six of the "cracks" n..b- eighty or better. Several reasons were idraneit for thi4 gueral falling off, but they were all more or less fallible. The seven leading scores were: :No :;oM 00 G00 ydp. rds. rd. )4a. Total. 7orp. G. B. Young.....22 21 23 17 - 83 sergt. t'. W. lickey.. .21 20 21 20 - 82 ,. W. Steward. .......19 2'0 20 22 - 81 . -ott.............20 21 22 18 - 81 'ant. J. E. el..l..... 20 22 22 17 - 81 Nalter Ca-h...........21 20 19 20 -80 U. Wetherald........23 19 21 17 - 80 It hw,] been arrangerl. so as to save time, that he known.-distnce eores in TuE STta match hould be count'.d as the known-distancescores n the senatorial trophy contest and als. in he distniguiehed marksmen's match. By * 5 5 e GR; DE NE ' THE MAGRrDER MEDAL. inanimons consent of the di.<tingaihed marks nen. how-vt r. arranged at the 200- ards stage, t we agreed to -hoot the distinguilihed mark* Den's match by itself today. O)'y two run. in the renatorial skirmishing a vild be di,o-tol of before the gloom deepened t nl I, ame t ,o iense for reasonably fair shoot rig. *Th -mke hung right in front of the, kirmis-er. -n.d at times completely shut the t arget" out of right. These conditions prevail rg. Litnut. Traub. announced that at 1030 thIs norning the Pkirmish fe.ature of the contest r:d re-pen. The time for commencing the nown-distance stages of the distinguished arksmen's match vas fxed at 1 o'clock. THE SIooTIG TODAY. The downpour of rain this morning dis or.raged quite a large number of the sharp hooters who yesterday 9.hot their known li.tance scores in the enatorial trophy match. [hey did not relish the idea of trotting through ret grass, so they stayed at home. Only I few of theta, though, had even he slightest show of winning, so their absence rap excusable. When a big prize stands right ip in front of a man he will do a good deal of hooting. even when the weather is uncomforta c t ar~s1 THlE T~iaaEY MEb~AL bily moist, but when the possibility of rictory is removed his interest fades away. 'ere were but three runs this morn ing, Linut. T. S. King controlling the squads.] t' hien the score. came to be figured out It was1 :le'eloped that $ergt. C2. W. Dickey had cap-1 lured the chaimpionship. with an aggregate of 17:2 points, his rkirrmi' total bei' ninety. beores uf other competitors wo complte the mnatch were as follows: Private S. R.Iol 1ina, 171; Comn. Sergt. C. H. Laird. 165; Pvt. W. (I. 8tesard. 165: Pvt. 8. B. Wetherald, 164; Pyt. A. I. Scott, 164: Lieut. G. H. Harries, l63: Pvt. W. 8. Cash. 168: Corp. 0. B. Voting, 163: t'ol. Clay. 162; Prt. C. L. Hime baugh. 160. Lleut. F. L. Graham, 159; I. X. Sergt. Rotramel. 157; Pvt. H1. Blanton, lay, 144; Iergt. 4. 0. flutterly, 143; Lit. F. W. Holt. 143: Pyt. iL. P. Carleton. 188; Lieut. L. 8. Tonmlinson, 136: Corp. N. Appleby, 131;1 Pvt. J. B. Murray, 130. This afternoon is being devoted to the dia Slinished nmarkenman's match. Each caompeti-1 ot is to Are seven shots each at 200. 800. 500 and 600 yards and forty shots in skirnish. Capt. J. E. Bell. who is one of the F~naT EGIMEN ditnus ed eme oiteribd rm eamspotitom were ver petind whoa be ade hamw hisib hM .heet, the coatasa pr-na-a te be very e. Irma? SnDra, Ma. Qay andl Mhl Clay were esQegag ymsey daterees for the ~pipee af e -esgn Cdt Clay aml to matab me peee genp_ y. Usm, TeinG wM thelse sest whe ho6 sam e to meepi Sie and interalng goop in rear of the brin palunt11 M~.acaulay eiplained Ty berousht to ain Hal fordthe theory sad praette of ialitary re shooting. Adjt. Len. Momber wated" the gt and 00 rardS stages of TIM Raa match quite closely. Everybody seemed to be more than pleased at the prompt and soldierly manner in which SECOND XEoIXENT MaDAL. Lieut. Traub eonducted the competitions. Lieut. Traub expressed himself as being grat ifyingly surprised at the spirit displayed by the :ompetitors. Capt. .'H. Neumever and Mrs. Neumever were again on the range yesterday. They had a hearty welcome. Among the non-colopeting officers who have risited the range were Maj. D. L. 31. Peixotto >f the general staff: Maj. Harrison. third bat alion: Maj. Camp bell. fourth battalion. and Ifaj. Bartlett. sixth battalion. and Capt. H. U. rarmenter. the "only" quartermaster. Quite a large number of respectable citizens who are in no way connected with the National [luard have been down each day. A ROMANTIC STORY. Ln Alleged Bourbon Prince Who Was Ex lied by the Great Napoleon. The Reading Tinwes has for several days peal >nblished in connected form a strange story. The story is of a French Bourbon prince ex ied in infancy to New Orleans by Napoleon Bonaparte and a resident of Reading nearly ifty years-William L. de Borbon, proprietor Af Beading's most fashionable hotel, the Man ion House. and for a time a resident of Lan !aater, who died last year. over eighty years of ge. The child when exiled was, according to he story, but five years old. His father was tilled during the terrible French revolution md the young prince was smuggled to America ly two reliable maids at the behest of Napoleon. .he mother died broken hearted soon after, while the child was taken to New Orleans. After the French restoration the most vigi ant search for the lost prince during many ears failed to find him. mnd it became uni ersallv conceded by the family that the child raa lost at sea or made away with. The child ram baptized by a priest whose well-known yalty to the house of Bourbon was nnques ioned. and was named Guillaume Louis de lourbon. after one of his distinguished ances nra. Mr. de Bourbon came to Reading frW iew Orleans and settled here when a young man. He was possessed of gentlemanly bear mg, refined appearance, of punctilious dress, 11 of which stamped him as a man of no ordi ary ancestry. The writer of the article says: "His age cor esponds with the eventful period of the French evolution. He often told ue that his parents lied while he was an infant, and that his aunts ad raised him. Ile spoke in his native lan inage when he chose to. One of the stipula ions made by the wily emperor with the maids ram that he should receive no education, but he ras taught a trade on his arrival at a proper ge. The women were loyal to the mandates of heir master, for the reason that a monthly ension was at stake, and the sagacious em eror well knew that education would invite he prince to investigate as to his tree origin." In support of this it may be stated that Mr. le Borbon. when he came to Reading. was a rood carver, and the article declares that the maids who took the young prince away from 'rance received their regular monthly allow ince until Napoleon's banishment to tit. Helena. dr. de Borbon was never married. and when he Lied last year be gave the bulk of his fortune o his aged and life-long housekeeper and pub ic charities. One of the concluding paragraphs of this in eresting article is as follows: "With the death of William Louis de Borbon nother link of the Bourbc n dynasty is blotted aut. He had no issue and was, therefore, the Rat of the blood royal in his line. There was a trong resemblance in his face and build to many of the Bourbons, whose life-sized per raits can be seen in many of the art galleries I Paris to this day." The writer of the article is an aged physicin a a neighboring city, who claims that he ob xined his information while on a visit to Paris ver forty years ago and by a visit to New lrleans, end that he was on terms of confiden ial friendship with Mr. de Borbon. The arti le has created great public interest by reason I the mystery surrounding the early life of (r. de Borbon and the position he attained in leading as one of the oldest ad best -known totel proprietors in eastern Pennsylvania. AN ELECTRICAL WEDDING, it Which Guests Were Nerved With Rome thiag Beyond Usual Etntertainment. prom the lladels.his inquirer. That was a wonderful electrical display at he wedding of Miss Lydia Miller and Mr. )avid Rosenbaum in Baltimore on Tuesday vening. After the marriage ceremony had peen completed the bride and groom took their positions against a background of potted plants and dlowers set against a screen of ever ~reens. The Baltimore Sun says that tiny inandescent lamps were concealed in the oliage of the screen and glowed and disap meared irregularly like fireflies in among the rees. Electrical butterflies and birds perched mong the leaves and Lowers. Overhead was a nown of Chinese lanterns, each containing a ixteen-eandle power lamp. The bridal arch if evergeeen under which the newly married air atood to receive their friends was pro rided with a row of electric lamps in red, rbite and blue. On top of the arch was uerched an American eagle and on the shield if pink velvet, which formed the keystone of he arch, was otltined in incandescent lights he figure of a heart, the initials of bride and troom and the date 18921. Two bronze statue. tood guard at the entrance of the room and heir helmets were illuminated by incan lescent lamps. The electrical wonders did not stop here. lhs most ingenious fogture of this unique wed ling reception followed in the scattering of a hower of rice and imitation snowflakes by two ilectric fan motors, placed in the gallery over seed. As the gnesta entered the supper room hsere was a sudden outburst of electrical bells and musical entertainments. As the guest. were seated there was a blaze of light, and at he completion of the first course the words 'Good Luck" appeared over the heads of the newly married couple, and an electric hairpin, a gift to the bride, became incandescent and surrounded her head with a halo of ' h~t. Wins bottles were suddenly transformed in glowing randelabra. Tine feast was one long-continued meries of electrical surprises, and, however the he guests at ordinary weddings mnay feel, the guests at this wedding' ust have thought they were aiply recompensed for their outlay in The ti znre attempt to make weddings intertaining and to give the guest. a better return then Is customary for their trouble and sxpense may or may not be elsewhere Imitated. Demsocrats may objet that such weddings would tend to the increase of luxury and ex hrav ace. Nervous peoplie my not relish the talngsuddenness with which heqesare mdetohbom witha blae of liher the msysterious ringing of bells or tesounding, snidentilled music. Nevertheless a good mar habeide the bride will reme==ber this for many a dary. A Tesy Dienatie GemseeLt neom thest. lotse neputas. "Tmange aboet smla things," said a esuth. wer man yesterday, "the miast thing I know at Ewes dewn ta Copuak county, Kmi., in the person ot Gen. Jan. heiw, who - e o and ewed in Copiak esaty, is twenty-eight taches leB, we-h titra- pmae nd Isea N saerss tae s rwsLIywsb presEs or TEUNNYON. Senme or the weterWies et the gal Pee Loamne. ]CM1111 Leter60 a ses t.. Narlah Igteer to the S"ean BesaMd. Though Farringford, in Freshwatr, wasTes nysne's home, Aldworth, in Maplemere, became by force of circumstances his summer ress dene-cirenmstanees meaning in thisease tour Ists and Saturday-to-Monday cheap trippers. Tennyson used to say that be was literally driven from the Ile of Wig ghy the summer visito. Not content with ..adi. the demesne of Farringford them. enthusiastic bus not consi erste sightseers would dog the steps of the ob ject of their admiration wheneer he took his walks abroad. Twenty years ago he purchased Aldworth and made It him summer retreat. The boune was designed by James Knowles, who, be sides acquiring celebrity as the editor of the Nineteenth Century Iteview, is a profemanioni architect. Every year. in May, rince 1872 Tennyson has gone to Aldworth, returning to FreLhwater in October, when the trippers cease from troubling and the 'Arry Is at rest. Tennyson had me quired an aversion to summer holiday mortals twas almost-mnorbki in its intensity. Per bae this grew by what it fed on, perhap a part of it. a small part of it. was afectation, for Tennyson was a hero worshiper, and, as far as himself was concerned, was not indiffer ent to the world's applause. He did not object to homage. Any form of it that was sincere gave him a real plearure, but he decidedly objected to being stared at. He saw no reason why strangers should wish to come or should be permitted to come trooping over his grounds, peering into his study win dows or intercepting him in his daily walks. But if they chose to take off their hats as they passed him on the road that was another mat ter. Sir Edwin Arnold says that Tennyson "had vanity. a noble vanity, a proud pleasure in the very notoriety which brought strangers peeping and stealing about his gates to get a sight of him, albeit you saw 'Private Road' painted on the first rod of his domain and *'Private Grounds' inscribed upon the first boundary fence. He did not like the country people to pass him on the road without recog nizing him, and now and then, when a visitor from afar came with genuine adoration. he could and would be immensely gracious and generous." Once every year the park at Farringford was thrown open to all comers. The Freshwater flower show was held there in A- gust, but Tennyson did not appear on these occasions; he left time management of the affair and the duties of host to his son Hallam. who for years has acted as his father's secretary and confidant. There is a great deal to be Faid in support of the resentment Tennyson showed to intruders. Countless stories have been told of the audacity of strangers in Freshwater, and the Americans, of course, have come in for their share of the anecdotes. On one occasion a southern general came to visit him. Tennison abhorred inter viewing and interview era, and stipulated, there forc.with this visitor that there should be noth ing of the kind. "Interviewing!" rejoined the southerner, with an expression of great disgust; "in this house we are gentlemen. We leave in terviewing to those darned Yankees." Tennyson was extremely eager to go to Amer ica, and, touching this point, a story is related to the effect that Barnum offered him an enormous trum of money to go theie, though probably not as one of the attractions in the "greatest show on earth." "All von have to do." said Barnum, "is to stand on a platform and have your hands well shaken." The poet, however, declined the tempting offer. Tennyson had a great love for America and the Americans; nothing pleased him more than the faet that the Americans appreciate him and read him largely. It was only his great age that prevented him carrying out the wish he had so oftvn expressed of seeing with his own eyes the land that he loved so well and for which he often testified his affection in inter course with friends. He was always glad to meet with distinguished American men and women of letters, and he loved to recall his conversations with Longfellow and Lowell and Oliver Wendell liolmes. It was only a few days ago that he welcomed Mrs. James T. Fielda and Miss Sarah Orne Jewett to Aldworth. Punishments in Xexleo. Fronn the Nineteenth Century. The notion of suiting the punishment to the crime, however it may have found favor with the great mediaval Sultans of Cordova, does not occur to the Maroquine officials of today. A Moorish law court is a parody of all that Europeans mean by justice. Extortion is the main object of the judges, and the contempt for suffering is absolute. The rich may escape with whole skins, but those without "palm oil" have scant mercy. For instance, the mere accusa tion of a paltry theft, if made from some fa vored quarter, will bring on the accused the ordinary punishment for such conduct. This consists in breaking the ankle bones and pitch ing the sufferer into the nearest lane or ditch, whence his relatives may or may not remove him. As there are no surgeons and no medical applian, the bones cannot be set, and reunite so as to wave the toes turned inward, directly facing each other. At Tangier I have several times seen one of these poor creatures-posibly quite innocent of the offense attributed to him -hobbling over the cobbled alleys, while the passers-by nudged each other and muttered "Thief." In the prisons men and women chained together night and day, under every circumstance of indescribable filth and horror, wait until their friends, who bring them all the food they get, are able or willing to offer a bribe sufficient for their release. I might go on with many details, but I merely want to indicate the one paramount fact of the absence of all sys tem, principle, order or re ibility among the so-called government offic who sell justice or injustice in the name of Muley Hassan, and who are sure to find favor in his eyes so long as they keep the cheriflan coffers well filled. The Last of His Mace. Protn the Chicago Tribune. While the crowd last Friday was surging along one of the principal thoroughfares on the South Side In the direction of Jackson Park, filing the street from sidewalk to sidewalk and stretch ing north and south as far as the eye could reach, a shrunken, disheveled man, with one end of hi. shirt collar loose and flying in the air, was seen wildly making his way through the crowd in the opposite direction. His hat was gone. his eyes were glazed and staring and he had the general appearance of a somnam bulist in a nightmare. "Let me get through," he said, hysterically. "Where are you trying to go?" demanded a policeman who had blocked his passage. "Anywhere!" he. gasped. "I don't care where! All I want gto get out of this town!" He was the only surviving when-I-was-at-the centennial man. Consoltag. From the Chicago Tribune. "I paid the man for finishing the cistern this morning, Josiah," maid Mrs. Chugwater, "and it took the last cent there was in the house." "Never-mind that, Ranmantha," replied Mr. Chugwater, soothingly "we've got something for a rainy day at laat.' LKE A STAmE. COLOnt.ERS, SMACIATED. HELP.Er.Ra AO0MITETE CURE BY MOOD'S SASPARILLA This is Drom Mr. D. M. Jordan, a setltes farmer, and cam of the meas respected cittssasn et Otseo countr, N. Y.: "Foutrne years aveo lhad a attek of the graveL, end have einee brena troubied with my L.IVER AND KIDNEYS, GIranyrgrowing wors. Three yaes era I got dtowaneolow thee I COULD SCARcELV WALL. I loeked mere lite a egress tha a liviar bhetaw. I bed no appestite and for lye weeks I ATE NOTEING UIT GRUEL. I was badly emaciated and had no amere color theQ A mnDLE STATUE. Reed's Sernspe rila wasseeemmsendsd and I thought I would try it. Refers lImid aeihe b Srrt bottle Inaotiesi that I Uetbeter. m~aed less, the INFLAWMATION OF TEE ELADDEE bed seide. the esler bega torme. ems to mr amitan I Dnaa TO FEEL 30UNGRK. Aftsr I hed tohm thas hottdes I gould eat sything wtas hartineme. Why. I got so hungry ta habest lye assads. I hesnow fdiresey'v esi, the to 30061pS 5*SAmma Laa .. ' I SL WELL.AND AM WILL, AU hbse m masse tease mes we, D, 3.5agg3. 3003'S PILI1ame the hint ense &ase 3N, em sis~ettea, eesbashe ad tisemass mmgTS. Agg asmngmsisahar~ ...a... w.a crryrFrElm "And Here You Are!" The heday sasoe Is approaching and. as uswal. we have added to the %arietv of useful ehom artiless ornaments ordi sarly emeriod by as to met the favor of our patrona We always give checks with Coffee, Tea. Oak Ing Powder, Condensed Milk. Ettracts and Spices, besides a Special Present with every pound if Thes-lectar-the best Tea on the sarket for o cents. The fume of our Caffeee is established from one end of the country to the other. whether it be the Eight O'Clocl Breakfast (25c. or the numerous blends of Java and Mocha f3e. up). If you are particular about vour Coffee. and nearly every tesident of Washington is. we can give yen better value for your money than you can get from any other house. Tan GazAT ATLANTIC AND Pacrrre TzA Co., DSl and So Seventh St. a.w. 1690 14th at. nw. 3104 M st., Georgetown. $13 H shL .e. Stands in all markets. NEwTo H. DowmAx, Telephone. 86. f[i] Manager. Foe tontorrow (Saturday) we'll sell Chil dren's Suits and Overcoats at 50 cents on the dollar. Tu Loioox AND LvLaroOtL CLOTE xxo Co.. 7th and G at&. it Don't miss that great slaughter sale of Ladies', Mimes' and Childre's L(Cokx tomor row. ErstwMAXs's. It 806 7th st., 1924-1926 Pa. are. "Don't Breathe It!" Some Furniture Dealers would have von be lieve they are "just dying" to make you'a pre@ eat of about 020 in the shape of "discount on former prices." I do not want to dispose of my stock in that way. It may be seishnees on my part to espect a reasonable proft on the lines of goods I carry. but-- "don't breathe it"--I am not that kind of a philanthropist - nor are all the fools dead yet. if you want to take anything out of my establishment you can have it at a fair price and that a low price) on "time" payments. JOeN IRxDD19. The Accornaiodasor. it 513 Seventh street northwest. Don't Fool Vourptit By saying, "A common hat is good enough to work in!" It takes a good hat to stand hard wear. Ours, from 61.45 up. will stand it. FRAC & Sox, One Price. 1t Cor. 7th and D. Given awar toniorrow, a pair of Fine G.loves to each purchaser of a Cloak. Ejxa zaa.s, 806 7th it., 1924-12I Pa. ave. It Dr.Hlartley' Great Remedy (guaranteed). Removes offenive breath, relieve4 headache, restores the smell, taste and hearing, cures ca tarrh and prevents consumption. Sold at 475 renna. ave. n.w. and all druggists. It* For tomorrow (daturday a you can buy Men's and Youth's Suits and Overcoats at 60 cents on the dollar at the Loxxnox AIND Lrvsa POOL CLOTHIN6 Co., 7th and G sta. it - W. - Do You Know you can buyaCoatfor your self, daughter or child at less than inanufac turers' cost by attending our grat slaughter sale tomorrow. Ersammaxx's, it 86 7tn at.. 1924-1926 Pa. are. Pure Rye Whisky, 5 years cd, 65e. qi. Pure Port Wine (med. use i, full qts., 0e. bot. Golden Catawba, 75e, gal.. 25c'. bottle. Process Flour. 01.50,f5 and 40c.sk. Very fine. 2 cans Preserves, 25c. Mince Meat. Currants, New Seedless and Cluster Raisins, Fresh Md. Nuts. Plum Pudding. Fresh Candy, Conserved Fruits, Fine Prunes. P. I. WiLsoN, V4 7th st. U... it n-0w--1 Natural Mineral Water. P.-Qts.--ip hons.-Gall.--Can.-Bbl. SnaraX's MIutaAL WATZa DaPO., Telephone 234. 103 Pennsylvania ave. Razorat-For perfect ease and comfort in shaving,"The Jubilee." WALFonD's, 477 Pa.ar.* No Baits Offered! No articles marked at leasthan cost unless damaged! Ourgoods ffered at fair, honest prices. Responsible parties de siring credit will have no didiculty in obtaining it, and not at installment prices. . Pending the dull time preceding the election special inducements offered to our friends to part with their ranney. TuorAs D. SIVoLaTOx. 11-3t 415 7th st. aw. $10 Will Buy New Home, Singer's, White's, Hfuseholds and 85 other Good Ma chines. all fully warranted. at Auerbach's Capi tol Hill branch. Domestic Sowing Machines and Patterns. 4th & Pa. ave. as.e. Wi. Fcxa, Mngr. oc24-eo20t Many prominent citizens and officis recom mend Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. 5 Notice. Although obliged to discontinue the Carpet Department for this season, I am still prepared to promptly Anl all orders for remaking and laying carpets. TuoxAs D. SaOLKTON, US-St 415 7th at. n.w. Art Reception at AvRanacu's Domestic Sewing Machine Rooms, 7th and ff. Handsome souvenirs given away. Made on the Domestic while you wait. Admission free. Open every evening this week till 9. aS-It The Beat Beyond Donbt. No BAr Rum is equal to the SLt. Thomas when p ure. The absolutely pure article. eight and ten years old (cannot be excelled . can be had for $4. *5 and $6 per gaL and Lo-. and 75C. per pt. at H. A. SztrosoN's. 1200 and 1201 Penn sylvania ave. It is a great bargain. Don't fail to try it. n2-S Phillips' Digestble Cocoa, a delieons fat-producing drink which does not distress. 1 Greatest Bargains Ev'er Offered. The entire stock of Fine Tailor-made C~sth ing will be closed out at 60 cents on the dollar. Loxuox AND LIvERPooL CwoTuxwo Co., 7th and O its- oc31-tf Tharp's Elegant New Store and RHi Splendid Old Goods. These headlines would not be arortein any line of merchandise exept wines and liquors. It is a well anthenticated fact that the older the wines and liquors are the more they are in demand by those who know aged liquors and wines by their mellow and pleas ant taste and by their gentle, stimulating char acter, with no deleterious effects after coo rivial indulgence if taken In moderation-es any good thing can be abused. Mr. Jase ThaP, at 812 F street northwest, is one of the pioneer liquor and wine merchants in the national capital and his in his cellar some of the oldest and most desirable goods in his line in the city. His "Old Rye Berkeley Whisky" stand pr- nnt in the listof good old whisky. Button Ho.les Made to Order at Domes tic Sewing Machine Rooms, 7th and H. ni-St Men's and Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats at 60 cents on the dollar at the Lowr DN AND LIVWaooL CIoTEIRa Co., 7th and 0 sta. _____ esi-ti 10e. Royal Hieadache Powders. Headaches cared "while you wait." Drgih i. tieier. 71. 7th .t. anw., is maigaw eilt in ITdies and Cldaren's HairCuln sad isapooing; also cares Dandruaf. oc7-tr Elixi- Babek cure. all marlal dimaes Mone Naane it But To Praise. Wheeler A Wilhon's New High Arm IN, 9. A maarvel of lightness and swiftness. Jasl7 One.437Hehs .. . Pa1. T..g Dar Fo.a. Wxuzrr & oru0, War. R.zya Almest every dir ne lar taes s hess. hr Nans, Per .4mss. Mada Osflistiss. ke. Al...sw oanem-ag Alsk...e.. Wa1..r & Roer, ... 905Pa. Am. N. W. W. H.D H..&Y ~eewuaseta w Iaeer s . -Q -gi a se aQkmQmQe Ilaw -ra mm w" s - w m m Podrme e Aba WAG use wse an i e in t see aod w. se on - am am am m am use se ame use tan powder Ihns." ms mdfreh use T use uar use use um ma we I k4"w." aUe ua" -1 us aa e n "u f s se 0 turn CL3LN*5B5N PWE s 'se SAANTseBD. m u TH A0IUE. THox me use eun fte whic e are enasea ate uSe 7e Pe Pair a Pre se te canno e toeued by msy oher dwue se u me e town We ha Svera teavs" thre nw ls oftten' Genune canno betuhdbmnaterso elri on Shboesthat wean eeeallnbtow anaufacturers'whole sae prkcesOur preemnsetfr$1.nto 3.50.white the ramalar rices rnw from $8.o to 43. These re sameple shose. and mNOt of the stae are 3 and3*d-A. B snd C widths. T we have another lot of Ladles' RIO Bhors, knwn to thde an *odds and endw or "broken un ." The re prices of thems ds and ends range from 3.50 toft6 Thefe willbe sold at one-half of marked ar regfular Pries. Remember. ONLY X PRICE for theme oei and Tax WARREN S0o HOUes 1115 F SEET N. W. ABOUT "OI,,-TIMEzr" N~DERtwEAR. We have told you about the 50e., 75. and U rwhwe ar loday we call your attention to each. by.s0 per ourt. Men's Natural Gray All-wool Rhrts and tawere seilk bound and stitched. $. eac*. e's Extra nev Natural Gray Iamwb's Wool re and fwers. sapertor quality, on21 - wach3.50n quit. eme s at t A -ho Medcated Shirts and Drawer. 50and h fl. B. ELLERY & JO8. H. IREAD We ha. aohera lotiales' Night Shcoryk.w T e 1 a nr e h e a t N a s nc e o m W. M 8.08.R & SON@. JUST OPENED TU ENTY PIECES OF TWO TONED RGES IN NEW COLORING%. COMPRISING ALL THE DESIRABLECOX BINATIONS OF TRIS SEASON. NEW EF FECTS IN CAMEL 8 BAIR AND SERGE. MATrEhaeo AND tARher., 5n SUIT INGO. BTRIPED AND FIGURED SILKS IN ALL THE NEW DESIGNS AND COLORINGS. FAILLES AND BENGALINES IN GREAT VARITY AND ALL OF THE NEW COLORS. CREPES AND CREPES DE CRINS IN EVENING COLORS. WHITE GROUND BILKS WITH COLORED GRADUATED TRIPES FOR EVENING. BLACK GOODS IN GREAT VAILkTY, COMPRISING ALL OF THE NEW EF FECTS MADE BY THE CELEBnRATED HOUSE OF B. PREISTLY & CO.: aNRI. ETTA. WHIPCORDS. CAsEL* HAIRS. BIARRETZ. DIAGONALS AND ANCIEs. ALL DESCRIPTIONS. OUR BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT CANNOT BE EXCErLLMr FOR VARIETY AND QUALITY. A GREAT VARIETY or COrmPOT. Branch ,BQULT. LINENt FALL uSHID8. nP. ea ~.OYLre. ToEL. W..1 . USTER & SON lUT 1PEE PiENTY AVEC. OFW. O T M. HRE I. BEWE OLRDGE. B No.TIO1S F HIS SEASON NEWE. FTSICAELDIN PARESENDTRES RMCT CUTSE GLD ARSEZWDSU. ST TPD ntrIGURSILKSIR, L TENWDESIORAND COERINS CREES NDCREEDE NSI GRADUTEDORIESARI VEN.G gEnT WatOS Ce AEL'S ofAIRd.Asw AF REATREYO OFRS PAdY UTINET ORw TOrtamo N. . Ba te b. No..*1N.Fend12rEs W EDING PRESENT. Of mel s....rd f ,- i DECORAD POTAED UTY annt artlnr tw aerne frd sw wia befand sas cepsayhos nti nuady orThusday.o ncn2orend Candiae s u hw s a sthnaa esse as eseCoaorss., S AXUEME1NIR IiEtft Xg ROAT CLUS Or 11ALTTVORR AT NATfOXAL PARS. NOTREDER &. G0ame tled, 3:. hadulaminn. Wk. _____ XILIIA~tXC9 11 TIAtWIC6.1 K vjau save. and 11111s~ TYll WFVK-M1ATIVEE TO) WILRRW. HYDE'S COMIRDIANU. Mr. jao my&. = . O-k MISS NrLEIX MORA. The Famous, Female UMV"Me~ -Nex t-1b Raw I K31tislb ftlly O. w.X14 AL*.&tGWS GRAND (WUXA KOUSE. WFr Or iiThMNICS 7. Ponsl eatai mvbe sait th 0l4(wom forvoikl~a. C IL J,4orm. "w. At F1Aissgef (40 1 -4TUt' CIt. cNrNTkY CIRCUS*. LA Hamojot Wroodior of lAftm anA A ob Spe Tilt. WOULD. .k) IN- P',- in tbe pioooe NO And -Wttwwoomi nuim -..% 7 44ests *aw 0i a. 1 Iftbborn hLIleting gercilvvd NEW %ATI()%AL TIIEATRIL Frank W. Sanger mad Ijus botion.r's tirwrg come"y Fv1.4.~5 and mirtb 1'rovoove. TV1r VOaDa-a. Olt. A IrcRVKV4-RM, TOPL VC4aWN),). OR A (I; otm THE Vtbo4'1S~w; 4 sh. A -VI'KY 4'11 k U. HEP %t(411% m 1. ( JR. A LC.K1Y CHAKU. fIt: FL 4. t;lRfig. TI;(VA. F. VI'RiAY. And aE 4' T x V.-mi'any of F, makers.m X,)THl!%a. Bt*T LI.UITP. M0114a4Y. N4)V 7. firt tin,.. OU anIY stag'. ROreuaWO floward'a new eoiaft~d. "AlisroCRACV." 14,4"e ft. ALL THlE WrEK. Matins.. )atwntay. Ilse Gloious C'ondo, oraf tiUrCCes IARl ANiD TART4R. Alt Al N .' ARTAl. 1AI; AND1 TARTAI. 1.4d; ANt' TARTAR. 11AIC AN 1 TART 111 IARl ANI. TkUTAR. TARl ANDI TA~rAf. Illuptrated toy iN.. hefM Comnrsur ryw seen in the olera A~NI~ Y~r M. PR!'fTTK. N aTIIIIP I"' TtItELLV. VitIED IFIWlt MYNA IEII~t. fCi'.IIL* pyika. 11I3RRT W AIIIOX, i. W . IAVfE%R(EOrT. (triad ('horms-fth~rrd Ora-tra. tionday. Nov. 7 edin Slovely." WSW,1 %ow on HARRIS aijou TrEATrIL Umr P- Harr-R. IL. L Brit D0111111V Da. Iyorieom and Mmomres Week cosmaaing XORDSAr. OCTOR~ St. X117W TorK DAT NT Day. A fresh crisp plettareoutlifea inw New e d Noll Ueek IIARYLErR CAMPRLLLS 7-AE. ALNUG~MGRAND 6OPERA EJVSZ. After. s1l5wc 'I,, f-.,tr yas. of 14Its. l'OTl7.h Ults: PoTTEII MUM. lo0TLZE AND) mit. I~LW MR1. fn~i.l~ I'r he dir--tion at Mr. John Sftbwa I,, siie' dsltsu.4~ and n-marhsady *s.. oeelful new Play fr. na t,. French., Z LA'S T1I"RIEE ZOaLAlI TU"-.. A PLAY O)F THrE lOrtE CFTNTrR~y. THAT WJIWII Isl NOT SEENI' D41E44 NOT EXIST. *THE TALK OF7 EVERY it %U j~o RWa. I %I)- mstin- Katarlay. Newt week - "Th. (roajtri (r-n. ne31 4t BANJO ! BANJO! BANJO, ceeoPjnxrtor;V*. 1 esaranter.to ahIuoebt usx mscl ess.. it) play a Iwfl15at tunhe each WAKMa or n,. eharge. All cwvapond-o - "Ionpt an*w--V4. F-rnoer putl4le Pleas- aitroso Ok V aziw 715 H at. a.. 3iE:TzuwrT music HALL WED)NESDAY rN IING Now. IL TH17UDAY EVE'I:N6o. tfov. FuRiDAx ftIENIN,1 %-,.w4. 1.ATIILDA Ari ERxook, Nov. .L Wondefuzl -- raA %I&. A- peWA, (N rrteFtrfom asres it MAm bot even at flw.ia-eth. have over had thebl hesot of such brillant andi thon-uwhl5 artissfic so~seets es thm" Varlek ka-eE.,# ".t. Ikeo 441"tric lig~ht. ad tanally met I i g ses o.blnln ie very perfeeccibo scenic as "Bais * $ouethlugr ab"olfly hew tn batos. Sorasa a=ceehas, not been witnessed ups., th q... A FAIRY TAUX OF OCI:NCK Grgiely xljw by Ci~l, Er P.SERlVISS. illustrsted aulta beautiful I=eer and mwervlagl llrgt and aecoialfcts. Popular !Vlce--1w. !W*,-.. Tie-. Ant LE sesesm boQW A. m. a TZhIUOTr. 1110 p aaw. raxe sdtiury rAMip' sw4 _Mu 4"w LL. .g',4'awb -h. ftad It&. a Md o. .4Mm5 -c. t.,'wtsb- theso lq t No.t oel %-viUsaIa4S~t.~ mis i'solbs. EXCURSIONK &a. OUfST GUAN&M 1!; SKbs? or 1000 MILLY FAt un yMM toNIVWIIII POINT. 0 t'WI1AY. NOWPUl~d, 1AM wo rdt Tu*. gags~o~ 3.i sw great O. YAP abs". fl~~~t ~ ~ Ea AMEt~ . s~0.Rl at,. Wise we' k*Agk sad to&b. MOVE ANN) 10011 tF WASEIUWOW". msamatSA~AlA sth et1OeM. 4djy(vogt~ OW 4911. T#4'ui t lob..5 w ~ by03YP. a Tug IKIl~e MOV~IE NO PVIR~rlvo-e Tl104 stFia -THE gsies bfli'K FARX Rorfb triu. cnlmau* 3a PLAt,4Iv~(T Htrr 6, g jo S.Ltra Zta sn.. toalet IWw ft sro hT-M., tuig, I., ad vw..''dmp a4ma~w to lint wount.u s. Iln us Wl-mi %mo. fit, "Ste.. %sow tblt lka. k... t~rtmeg Sanalosty ina vtw ealtas aS fi 4"mSE a, asset disrl ea't Oude 44 to . w v'rl-) .md poweym 1r. v~~uiho. VOISIN? or alI r. ti W~sE~l:L; T-FRANIPz~tP~A AWl) 1 VL.TUM0 Iutuu Ia AI*NUM Z=A UrnfR CWTUM. MW. #05 a Aesamlta lbs1.4 &Dvj T"- %. oata.users tIA dde 7 ML redi aqp RIEta W4L ame- swu ftaffdsp leswdrs F& fur age* _ TAGE EXCURSION& Toma sorrzi. All v~ inhou t-o. us ut W bkantMV tAllh BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ElAhM & RU. 421 1th U.* hat POO m Mao simit boa^ km Untie st WbIwmva asepse OUAA=avumg ma Mt. sm~_ MOR LA.M 1M305~ k OT M"3 whm rM. wots M . Owr slock of PATES L"AI 35o400 Saw ftny EOam ew=AN WIUTU WILES & C&1M 001 rST. S... KALTIWOR MOM53 aml a". somnea wfth W, asulol. evowmr. Sam" raint ornisil ga~abiem aw"nws messa buy o cox& ta b~ Daigam& are"~ IS Gave" l 3~w mun.a am"M s" " o wremas. o Om s" gains. gs "a dsaft got 0 wa 8~ poe CliM toMe soa egagg, - Lwe"n ma i. b hwe rtarelre .O aipsasi. nw s%. lu 4.* f" _ I F - I%" ..