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M enumM. 7kbi am e 60e beve kindat -01p 4eaco" Veltary. but sb ., a . eteatmeL It .t 39yearseldand -ersf *9e tAb .. ... .. ..... euasttet. Dr. . aashe. Is ha had . a ei.ce ..4 ---..mhi. iheim tooverces. but go wata So to reaquer wrong to she la ran, Dr. Gamlks' ,tctoui.r. now ..led Oxyd...r Yl.ry,. b. baght lt way onward amU team ft ba the grai. SMde of thoesands et pes who bee been easeI by It wonderful power. It requied me advertsa~g So establish -he fiuUL and worth Of the Ogydomor vtetry. and th Sort that U wee lege by Dr. Mancha. and l.awnS itS 40. -mes wa Mepmansd upem, a4 today f g ael., t110d cow an a ge leetes to she publi. as Tta. Testimonial. WASERIMOTON. D. C., DOW 198LZXAZ: AMUil2. IM Deer MISS LEE3*3: Notwtthaaednag my tter inedulity.whih I so stubbe-ly. and yet since-ely. persisted t at the tlme of purchasing. I now Bake plem, 1re in strongly jndoenAg your truly wobder fal ''VICTORT." Now eaUed OXIDONO VICTORY. A the stme I eame to you to &ahm rard to the mater Mrs. Tenaga woo. and bad bee far many month. a great asetver wita Nervow Dyspepmat. Neuralgia and Prestration. which all other rems-ma had failed to cure.and it was in my dscourngemeat and alarm that I was drie. to insquire about. and eaally try your magie Assier. The remmit ka ban simply wonderful. By the #hithfut ass of the inastra. meat Mrs. TOangS has fully recovered and S lookins as well and stroee as ever and has Oainad te oenads. The dotai of her steady improvement and Anal recovery would seem almost incredible if fully stated. but Mrs. Youngs' present coaditioe and appearance are eoncluisto evidence, of what DL SANCBE'S VICTORY km dome for her. For somaeutme I have felt imy duty to write you the above acknowledgment and to thank you for ersusading me to make the tril an.id I may add that youse at liberty to refer to me at any time. Years truly. ZLIPEONO TOUNGS, BW surs to get the 'Ozydonor" Victory from Dr. anche's only authorized Wash banton ageat-MisaLula lAnman-who as studied under Dr. lasehe. and will give you the promp advice an to #a appltoestta. WAIGTON's ONLr AENT. M83S LULA LEMMAM, 929 F ST. N.W. lOwer Wae'o u& cOrr',) Ofcs homse. 12 to :3. S In S P. m. 2t "RzADT Rumw. PERY01Io E know this warm sunshine hkmes pee So thiakng what to got that lS cooL If you could ae the rate at which we are selling WAISTS- -No, and ilk-you would ;oh the malwett and pick out asapply ser roesseu. PkwAhio had only to samls as the b -daway hn workier west to dseintng and making. Asme variety of new and hanneo. creatms iS the result. Their comfort wins you. Their taking efecte win yeu. Their oast (it So Wthaag. ausn ty) w S you. Samhow er ether. whkm it emes to mads-up ge maett you poei Gsu. Tou we always set d. Our Gie er mest-, workmn. aer assa, what they let pas out of thefr hme am be reale upoS. WAS. WA:.M VERCALE WAISTS. So sripead a res. plaited back and front. with full jabot-40' MAIDRAS and CHEVIOT WAISTS, tucked back and front. full aleeves. trn-over collar and cife-Uk.,* st. and Unme. GIZ44iiAM and PEBCAL.E WAISTS. in fancy stuipee an:d igaree. White. lume and Ptah-41.10. tL2% arnd S31.. NAY BLUE MTIE and POLEA DOT SATEEN WAISTS, with full sleevea. 3mbat down front and narrow plaiting around turn ever collar ad c.a--41. D and 41.L6 NLACK and ED PLANCR L AW N WAlSr'S, tucked hack and front, full sleeves and Jabot down front-l~e, and e2.7d. MADRAS WAiBTS im Blu. Pink and Laven der. with laundered collar and cufs. full aleevee and sbirt frout. WHlTS ML iN W AISTS. new styles and new designe-eomne plain and some with larue sailer collars. tucked back and frost, with er without Jabot-40s., 7lie.. 80.. SL016 6Llas SILK WAISTK INDIA SILK WAISTS-ftus. Black and fled, with piatting down frost ad large INDIA MILE WAiUTS-Bllach. Navy Bln. ema ..ad-se back, full freat and sleeves & 45sand td~ WAnE MILE SEIETS, So stripes ad agures fanl dsee, eampire belt. anl iase-s. WASE1 WAISTS--polkadot and faney upemaewith two rualee around jobs, impise heft, tall faut-A s ad 97. SUBEAE SILK W AISTS, with jabet. lucked besk and frest ad lrge aleevam-.45. 53 and 17. PLAID SILE WAISTS. with Ims se eves. fall frost, emspire belt, cut Soth lbst Patterne that hardly ay one elme han-pet. turns we womet have long if She buying aSm bhse 5k m lean, 3eer take wasatag. AEPaMOS lO L E35. AND D.wh JAaa S. T..A3, 3S21 PENNA. AT, L.. Essesstdeoa satseee. 3I mseal) Mmbet flaste anas m ef Sodmy-ee. ie med Mb~me. U s wea best and ?nred COW4 baeswes.m Eat eny ge w bsaamm i "Pces et myd mser me as aefit Wltme ed asmet scesim msea D. W.r Oa.. aw..a 340.341.82 C._ N1.-2 S Tl: "WWg ~a..s Z~ PWO Za ealmollbS6 no Old", wwo U. Owx 9. Lmn, 3 Fo 25& .... a. -..- .... an0. 0111a d* mwumm "eu" duSm m.e.... OAM.2 18 YAM. GM" Til U : W....o. to ve . o. Coo Cloak S& Dugestmeho. Take wbat we haves a dS eamnt et mw esa-1-4 of. CUMI & LEM: 928 7T. AsD 706 K & N. W. YOU 5333N IM HAY3 Semawhml A. IAUFMAx-S AD. In toasolvbr t. 0:0:0:0000::: .. z0a.=w. AWA T3. 3 -------- CD. .---- oo :0:: .9.. ..00: :0: :0: :0: thy Go't know te - :0: = tOM abo e art to frown Gown o0000 00: CREDIT purehamm. : Debt i a step backward. 9 cocoa CREDIT-4he rlpht hind-the 0000 0' 3UIJNL. CREDIT SrSTEM 0 oo -to a progressioo. ouo Deb Is a lltoneabout any-o 0 - - -0-000 .0: -RWVIT looke up~c your Income:0 00000 as aste-s good as the cash In 000. 00: k.,A00000 00000 Debt Inshow credit-involglesyou .0o ooo late buyinsr beyond your means 00000 e o hous annderstanding. :0: 000o0 UREDIT plane out periodical per- ooa a0000 ' m-ut -f -pecifed amount.. r 00' onoft advanta=ou E QU I TA BLZ E ().a 000o CRDIT SYbTEM afforde you Is oo o00 the privilege of saying how .noch :0o ?~o~and bow oftha. Takes your word O~oso 0o0-0 ..nUs ..muty. :0: oooo It mMist ba aiea-ensib oooo 0: -ato furaa- -- a bou-e-beca :0: cocoa many prudentpeople pin thair faith oooo :00 to it. You wout And a better nor 00: o,,o binues, ooa of FURNITURE oo C A RPETB-REFRIGERATORS- 00000 : C BABY CARRIAGES--MATTINGS 00 00000 -STOVES to buy from. 00000 .0' x .1 gr-.sh e. :0:0 .000o . fu.- -.- ooo :0: -0: 00:' H110.9 D H RAINX. :O: 0 917. 919, MI S3 7TH BT.. o :0: i I E * :0.00 000ag29 M MASS. AT&E. .W. 000o0 ~~0000no~ IT IS DELIGETFUL READING. Why What ist A. kAUFMAN'S AD. in toolght's Star. We'll Inaugurate A GRAND ADLIIWRAi. SALE Monday au alne wek. 'Tm very soro lotdeprtmntof ouns wil .lar x, ep Agn aes in0OWNS. DRAWI Tnz COVERs. SKIRTS Az. Evi Isy timed and n.4e of erg lent olt'sa unnec to tb- wives w,11 be at =.A.let=c huas t Gown. tucked Yoke. bok sd trot. high aleles. colored embroildered In en neck and aloves. In l*0t and navy Wna. Ck and,%ed onl.....y.. . 98C'.. noirstoua tned with CO~tE"OVks ... !!ot?189. aRTe C VEs. HEMIS i Utomatch at special pices. f afhou In"s at special p'ricee. tuc" above. all Ient 98C. ofscks.u .Io'' $1.98. AfaU lineof Drawers and Cowr t .h at0 dthat c not llove sanwe Insv.. $3.98.'t met7 A. AVly. E Mnar.) AS " ARoUM's SHOW. A. K"ielsAer AD. In tonight'. Star. ExTaaRnmAr BUI.LETIN O, W. H. HOEKE. jHa 0O2Ffor Cash. lUST 1OLLOW THE CROWD If you wish to shop wisely-THEY ARE ALL GOING TO EOEEE'. The public is very SdmiabuauG saos oate the beat goods for tha least money. Our great CASE DISCOUNT A O14 0F1 pt. aste-m goods below the cheer waiesla pates. Itlisour less, hat were Sesi to make this .acrtoes becaoce we want to redues the Mtock to the ..m..... beterewe betato enluese. Note theme prions: 61380 meii Oma 3Mism. Lees 4of, - 5Gelt40ak Suttes. lasm of. SE25. Mh me him. Imas 4 e.~ SIS.0 -M degtse Ovrtnfed Gite. Ilseig Meliw. 3.61stad. Whitinale and oth maase1ta emims, S1.Myami. Imiief. SMes. Ow es. U tes dums t men snew he e sisn, Ve te sessaeeene. Ou~ msrme Se m eMeus, V. . hhE RE, ause gun ANanI. AR a. ~An. t...o ~.1. 5 *m. pmnigeegaINL -r OF A LFETME.g TzE EAEGAINE 09 A LIPSIM AEE BRING OFFERED AT THE PAL6a EOYAL. T2U 16 A BOLD STATEMEET TO MAKE AND ONLY SOME UNUSUALLY EXTRAORDINARY CIECM STANCE MAKES SUCE * A STATEMENT TENABLE. TIE UNUSUAL HAS HAPPENED. THE REMOVAL OF THE PALAIS ROYAL IN SEPTEMBER PROMPTS A EARLY CLEARING SALE ON I SP2ING 003D. FEIDE SVEN MORE THAN PRUDENCE URGER I US NOT TO CAREt A SING.E iECE OF TUE PREBENT STOCK TO THE NEW BUILDING. TXUS SEDUCTIONS IN PRICES THAT WOULD BE PHENOMENAL AT TEE CLOSING OF THE SEAS0N WHEN THE STOCKS ARE BROKEN AND NOTHING BUT THE RE- a INCTED REMAIN. WE. TEEREE0E. CLAIM TO BR NOW OFFERING t THE BARGAINS OF A LIFETIME:-NEARLY A QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF THE PRESENT BEAS03'S GOODS AT AND LVS TXAN THE WHOI-ESAL PRICEg, SWrBIG AiIOUS 50OT0IXAGGR ATrB OR ALLOW AN EXAGGBR- a ATED IDEA TO BE NTR RTAIYED WE REMIND OUR PA IRONS THA T rBX Z5COMING SW-IN-TH4-ADS GOODS ARE OFFEPBD AT NOR NODBRATZ RE DUCT1058 IN PR1CZS AD POR A PW DAYH 03LY. CAPES. JACKETS. WAISTS. SITS AND WRAPPERS. The weather has been an that could be desired for wraps of all kinds. and the PWaUt e Royal's spring trade has been phuanomeal--twie that of amy peedinmases. a Thousands of garmeits have be en sed at a prod%, the remaining nine hundred and c eeven sall goat the whol.sl pricee. Remember.wedonotpick out a few garmenta Just to edvertss. but include the entire etoek. DEESS FABURCS OF SIL.. WooL. AND COTTON. Drewe patterns of English tourist sultines. French wool fabrics and ailk and wool mixed novelties will cost you from one to three dollars lees them formerly. Even the 90-in-the-ebade Silks and Woolens are at nearly an tempting price&, $1.5 quasity 27-Inch-wide White Habutal Silks for 61 yard. 61 quality for 75e yard and 75c quality for 5We yard. 0e quality for only roc yard. WCream Figured Bilks at 30c. 75c and 81 a yard. all of qualitles belonging to com. sideftbly higher pricm. ASS to see the Cream Wool Fabrics ofered at 50W a yard and you may expect a pleasant surprise. We can show ya Superior Cashmere. Albatroe. Nun's Vening. W Storm Serge and Foule Cloths for 30s a yard. The following are even better bargains: 1 40-inch Cream Whivoord at 75c yard. 40-Inch Cream Lanadown at 61.15 yard. 45-nch Cream Broadcloth at SL25 yard and 54-inch Cream Diagonal Chevlot at OL25 yard. v These prices you hear of year after year. but seldom me such qualities for such pries. LIrnz ParCEs FOR HIGH-CLA. SILK.. 75c for quality Silks., with cream ground. navy and black dot. Also superier * 3O-inch-wide Jap. Silk. in navy and black, with white stripes. Another lot with lavender and white and black and white stripes. All at 75c yard. 50W for Superior Silka. In navy and white stripesa and volka dots. 3 W A few drse lengtahe remain et the previously advrtised Fivured India Sitk. at We iastead of $1 ard, and of the Wash Bfab at Me las end of 70e iard. 0 WAi'RPaOr BACK SILKS AND OTHER BAEGAINS. Japanese Silks that are waterproof ar as much of a fact as fast-black stocking. But 1 never before have such qualities been offered for 0c. 75c. 61 and 4L125 a yard. 3 ts W The best bargains among the summer weight black wool fabrics are apt to be overloo'-- -. Ask the salesperson to pick out from the crowded shelves the following: 1 The Nun's Veiling for 50c pad 730 and the 4-inch Silk Warp Black Batiste at S1. Ask for samples and me if you can elsewhere match ours at the prices we quote. FABalCs THAT MAKE SUMS= G(JIL So FACINTING. Y of 12e a yard for the Silk-like Cotton Crepes In heavenly blue. gray and pink for blondes, and lavender, yellow and cardinal for brunettes; Tlack for both. C 12)6c a yard for choice of over one hundred styles os Sea Island Shirtin a Dote h stripes and Agure Innumerable. all warranted fast colora. These goods ae made e. P pressty for shirt waists. t, o yard for 123:: Ginghams on special counter near door twelfth street anneo. And now .et us take the levaterto the .ec.od door. wbere ar s e. bargains in s White Dress Materials and Embroideries. 61.65 tor Drem containing 10 yards of Irish lawn. 5 yards embroidery and two domes pearl buttons OL90 for Figured Dimity Dress ar.d Trimminza. 62.65 for Dres of dotted and striped Swiss and embroidery. Of 01 course you can buy the materials and trimmings eparately. but you will Bnd the coat will be more. i U OPECIAL VALurA IN VERY CEOWN S0. LAC.. The bargains of a giant stock like this are apt to be overlooked. The reader at this advertisement will learn of the qiecial value Black Chantilly Laces. suitable for hat immning,: Thos 434 to 6 Inches wide at bi i0c. 20c. 22c..* 23e and 30c yard are extra quality for the pries. And so are the 0 nineteen pieces of Black Bourdon Insertion lacess, from 20c to 61.10 a yard; 134 to S Inches wide. The following Heavy Bourdons for capes: Six piece. 434 In. wide, 45e yd. Si four pieces 10-Inch wine for 61 yart three piee6 14 Inches. tor 61.31 yard. From among the hundreds of pieces of net top Bourdone are fifteen bargain pieces Is black. seru and white;3Sinches for 55. yard, dii Inches for SO. yrd. 734 Inches fer 61 yard. 10l inches for 61.41 yrd. A list of Laces could begsiveS H thisestire pmageo the Star. The above lis tells you of the bargains ang bains-tEiag bargains,. ~EILS-But hints of the latest: Sic for Thse Veils far sailor hate. The Sin-Uike nat is sprinkled with tiny sebude, making this the 5me===eveil we esceuenaes. And here Is another new style Thesue Vail for only 24c yard that can be well warm 4 with the changeable silk draessad parasoL. This Veil Is shaded, msold me ehading is lavender, light blue aang to yellow. The had border te very easeetive.0 The beet quality Chifn. Veiling Is here at only 35. yard. Cream. black. browa. navy, green. b EVERBOD'S UNDERWEAR Foa THE COMING WARM WATHE. The .tiiek. r m.opi.t.. E~dm...4,.se . -..ada t. make.,s. fo..se. .e weather is...w coo.; t...s.,..u eebr-t-....r. days.wi.....s.....,enl goon. MEN'S Norfolk ad New Brunswick Feather-weight Wool Underwear an famcy .oies..t ...as. W. herv..n will..k.1.h.a,ress.f.,,spree e.,,..a statemeant we ask you tohevetlae LADIES' S5cquaity Rtc-elteuihbed Veste at 19e anditree pairnof Hermadori'e Fast Blak Stockings Instead of twa meise for 80 senis. Three paira of Cayz Elsek Uss Instead of two pair, for 51. We allude tp thesamassang fast blak heme, with doubts aes e end high epliced heels. Cabsric Undegarmeag-Themes ad pissa await yes esthe ggggag Sggr, Mgm, day'aspecial paicas arer S1.efer the S. Ca-bt 8 0 wth S-ia Samme., U-heck elai s end 5 9C.far te 6.25.ur. wih .Sh e....ry a e.s.. two easts. . a bmhs tasks. Another sIahmee ee..isSem ml 4-inek Teche lees e~, The yeke bend wil he apestel. I Us Swi0e*-- Chn e5. emsdw i ahbsmbreJery. Deewems aie. Wick e* ireidery rame ad elseset haaehitssa Many other pike sesIkasbrtakesm emigym wiR ad enme ter eme hebtan S The sreresy advertied eneofesgg~ianhemer Corets cnd thDeae Dreese og Ese es aes seed ser I . J TE 8 OYKi @#.mad L'HE SOCIAL WORLD. -m #uk et xeil isa.w d Ib a - I rilsselffie m ssses-am eoseant as a* Am Emen noel U-1oeteaws ale..eud Thegenas of $$ pass wesk were chart het lantns. Bag w6 kmn. Pbimpe' tam as se deefty Ceb as oeday ase was 668 dersble snap and go to the diferent reNta. 1be Dabe Mt Duchess at Verege &w de eay but dile of our senial -ndm at 66 we or the boses ber they were emurtained, meeting at wkb represen ves et of nost interestig laments of ht whisk goes % make Washin >a moety he naast -nqu and at the emme m he most dulightful ia A seria. The mom harsing featUe of is a to the daal pary as the abse af e gstgna tire mse eurds that eahemste them at every ablie and pelate es at whish sey assisted in New Teak, ad whisk they em ardly seespe atu they eome back bere again. is nderstood tht if their etumn be not de. rred until tee loe, bre will be @~ hand mae entertainmen gives for thesa prior to ir departure for Spain. Late alog i fay, hewever. we Will have chanee at real royalty whem Princee alaie will be base to represent her ster, the Queen of Spain. The Pria s will be accampanied by her husband, r lady an wailing, the Marquis of Aree armoms. the Duke of Tamames, who was for short time grand mater of tbe household of me queen, Ac. Tbe prinsess bee been some me in Paris buying drsses for wear in this mantry, so it weuld be jet as well if all so. sty's fte lothes were not pat away nutS Iter bar visit hor It is understood that the 2icial attentions which will be paid to the rinoe will completely overshadow the little rents which have happened in our midet the mt week. Mrs. Greabasm, wife of the Secretary of State, ho has been here for the lat two weeks, is ret njoying her stay. At nt it is her ten to remain here Until t %e middle I May, as she is expected to return with the residential party from Chicago. Mrs. Greeham ma attended nearly all the large receptions Tren since she came to the city ad has mus met many of those with whom she will, in I probability, hold very close social relations de the next four years. She bas made a most ireeable impression upon those who have met or. Mr. Gresham has a ht girlish appear ce. Her face is kindly plieing and her eo dark hair has been plentifully sprinkled ith white since her older acquaintances re saw her last. She is a ready converm analist and shows at onee her quick and mpathetic interest in what is going on about wr. Physically she is fr from strong, and Il not therefore be able towa any extended t in the gay winter life of the ipital. She likes it bet just a" it is present, with plenty of intervals be men each entertanmenat. Mrs. Oresham resee in good testa. Evidently her favorite Aor is y, as for each of the dinners and irties ta she as attended so far she had on gown of dht color. She is giving some at ation to house hunting, but dos not look rward to settling down to housekeeping until mt fall. The marriage day for Kim May Allen Clag t and Kr. Augustus Whiting of New York has wen set for the evening of the 7th of May. wing to the recent family bereavements the remony will be as quiet as possible, only the arrelatives being present. Mr. Whiting and his ride wil spend the sammer at Newport. rin. Win. Clagett, her eon end young daugh rstr going shortly to speed comme ihme in ~tended travel over the continent. They may t return for a year or more. The marriage on Wednesday next of Kiss lliott to Mr. Bersard S. Clark takes another traetive young woman frota Washingto s * future home of the couple will be in ew ark. The marriag etemony will be at Ascen on Church and hour is 8:. A reception di follow at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. eorge Whitleld Brown. The Illumination of the garden of Corcorean use last Monday night sugeste all saner of eamat in the way of garden par es other outdoor fetes if the famiy of mater Dries enmaia hase throughout next onth. The stringing of the gay colored la rns among the Ae old trees in the dens made an Ideal effect and if e night air had been a little es fresh many of the gut would have been and promenading en them. The history outdoor fates here has been full of interrup me because of bad weather. Mrs. Rowland wve, Ave or six years ago, in the Coreoran irden. one of the amoat successful, but even aon the weather was a trife too cool to eke it prudent for most people to main out doors without exercising. Garden irties to be really Maess"u ought rather to sdnce languid ameand rest ad light and airy ailete, msoonlight ad all=ma=-e ot nice tig auditions, unfortunately, that one cannot atirely certain of during the spring monthe. Miss Hattie Whiting, our favorite Washing a contralto, who has bees eo dangeroemly gl, ms entirely recovered. Her friends who hae 11 so much s.itaud a i her behialf will be ad te knew that her magniee..t vole bee at been impaired by her ilanses and that she ill sing tomorrow at the Church of Our ither. Mr. and Mrs. Levi P. Kertos are hack again cempanied by their fasmlly, The faIyis In osp mr ngby the recent dthMrs. The rinese lagation wiRl be the ss of en teresting event on Wednsayr afternooa froma toT, when the karine hand will givesa recital ad the guests earn enjoy all the delights of an 'taraces,with the added attenetiees ot a dance a the smooth baer of the hame ball room the Stewart Chetie. The entertain ant is gpves for the Homme for In arablas, ad the guests will be reeived the(unse initer MEt and t re. Amial ILe, Mrs. OareS Mereer, Mrs. robibald Mihi s M ebet iss Vioor sin, Kim s ( Kis Olive thy eward, is. Vila, Mand Davidge and M leber. Mrs. Lieber hsse working for sehe for the enssess of t~ entertai=ment, ad h r sh d by ba f s ari u elass of mistar toDms.Dthtelde hav erhed a. well that theyhawa the best evienc-e at te etersenet will hea desided mes The amemriage of Kis Mai~e Kernight end r. ery G. Byy teck -ls esNWednesday las a g 'eeek S. Pte'sChureb. be rnwrnvZMssen . liseesa. C. pueya, W. T. ad 5.0C. Emppen. . igh t.sr i..ialeay deemnge with sewe sad .P. bne5 assst psa f meearek, The bride, me of the prie n Ml, isb he et daughter ofMr. las. Mie eeek ver atimades in her geenag et of mh whe emade dssAMvAry white i amber, wes d an d.5 .i A a. -pliesu ed at sed s e of bride it emly a antimae ausde et a lehpre -em,.W meahamef UMr.Sand Ma - L r.d Mases Kras, uah . end esrt Lbed et Q a dwmme -i eo e h. thei d esmewS be -- se do am I et as uSe m Des, A I lb.M.a~ s canagn olf ad& Ag ad Le = flo et tmo 4 o s a w. emse a to Moonbea of tDo hein . Aro"O I SM& domapleft noff, abea Gbs, wift agram a and eqpa, S be the - me" bess. 21mi I geivee a a ebues to anme a 6e 0 = SdWfgR Af t OftO a I -m I . ensy a" Or. Jebs 0. Na were m..ied last nasmdav at a Stsphem'e Csmm, the anemm~ 67ee a. Rahe.r e4360..L. Tbe bride wo levomle df amid boo, Ofth to mh, aad !meted a et A re-at- at which te and bedal rere oemr-Ied. felewed at the bee's 1o es, ne ban ie sesolved no LL AsmblyW * give ie @wal dame at the - smiht Mrs. Obey will net e- to Wahiagtes to live antl beat fela, whe She Attorney Isemal WI bove eseted a home 7he ldies of Ge toma's Christa Talk, parameaes winl gife as informal septiom to their husbande sad Outsmanes freda e Hotel Fredonia Monday evening from gto U e'eloee. Carde met a equied. AM white ribbomere in the city wee Invited te parmpate in receiving. A birthday party was given at the hoee Mr. and Ua. Joe Edward.. Noe ON Id et nartheast. en Wedsday evening lest in hono ot the latter's birthdny. Dancing as enjoyed from 8 o'elock till 12, when smpper was erd. The hostem received ansrom preesnts. Miss Mario Wiltts of Washiagon ail D. Rufem Io Allen at We ine, N. C., we married at Waynesville, p it, ten. W the -ehlti'ee et the grooma were preemt. Asseag them were Mrs. Dr. Allen, mother af the groom; Cogrens (Cawford "A wife and M.i The friad. of Kime Bmdshopt at MKewashe In this city will regret to haar Ghat she left this moruing for home. e stay ta thin city at the hose of Mrs. E. Ntnews was a very pleow sat e. ie Basin SEarn, daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Eame, 741 11th skeet eoutheat, I gave a birthday party on her seventh analver- a iay. Among the little folk. present were v H eM Marguerite Weller, lSobel Sbal. I too, Masie. Muttle Sad ach Ruth, May and Releu Manning. Katie Mitchell. om A and Viola Ga s. May d Rte ader- I am ad Lizzie Padgett, and Masere Eddie and Willie W ht. Pes sam deron. Eddie and Welter rnmphrey, Iamos LAIr. Johanie Gais, Wilt. Thompees mad Edwin Kane. The pefmets were mamEro and pretty, and the little fola had a lofy time. The grows-up folks who looked en were Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Weller, Mr. and Me. Gee. I. Shaltom, Mr. end Mrs. Joien Eleh Mr. ad Mrs. F. P. Manning, Mr., (sea. Rath. Mrs. E. A. Wright ad Mira. Chee. ad Johs WrIght. On Wednday evening a plemat dance wa given at Washingto. Cycle Hall by the S. A. t P. C. Among thoes present were Maw Mary v Conner, Mim Base Mcgeaney, Migs Jefnie a MickMe. Miss Dell Osam, Ks Irene Treby. a Miug Cor Simmnse Mim Zelda Croo, Min Grace Gorauch, aMis J. Andrews, Mo Jesmis a Desmond. Mima Paline Meedem, aid Means. C George Harley. Chartes 0. Anderson, Jon a Dougberty, Edward A , Howard I. Gard- a ner. A. W. Gover, A. R. C. Irbridge, C. Lefer, . Back. Fred Dilger, White, Jobn W. Huley. X. Eekhardt, Henry L. HElst, 0. Foasm and Edward Kerr. A pretty wedding occurred as Wednesday * evening at 5 o'elock at the residence of Coe. U and Mrs. H. E. Weaver, w their --am ge, - Maggie Zell, ad Mr. hoemam Fos Jayne Ot Cincinnati, Ohio, were married by Ow Rev. Dr. T. . bind of Trinity Episcopal Church. The cereony took pim o the e e 1 4m near relativeesad a few in hft tsAda, bride wms attemded by her iter, Alice Weaver, a" smed at hoor; Ef Edmands of Norrietows, Pa., Mad Kim Jaym, a Meter of th groom, an brideemmaes. Mr. Gee. W. Jayne was beet sms; Dr. Caremoe A. Weaver end Mr. Jobs Jayse were the groasmeme, and 5 mach were the cala of the ledy whose attemd met he we. 2 Eride was bed in a gownet white matta rhadam daped in empires with point set ad Srimmed with peint bee, a had full pufed eleevee ot m . She cmeerid a large boncb of bridal rosee. Mine Weaver wore 9 a light bIe Ilk dress timnsd wt pele and e crystals, and carried la Frace rese. Miss e Edmunds sa Jayne were white eo& gowe a triomed with e Oi , and each carried a bouquert Nierse . 0 Thoem present as the emsmy were Ms.. 5. G. Weaver, graatmoher 0t 1e beide;Ckpt. . I Z. Steever, ancle of the bride; Mra, E. . SOtever and es, Didymis N. Utever, Mr. IL A. Altemen, Mim May Altam, Mia Jeaephne M. Stesver, Col. West Steer, Mrs- Carde"a Jayne, the groom.' mother; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, Mime Cordena ia Min May Ask- I ward, Mrs. E. Wegaer, jah W. beas, Kism Mattie Mr. amd Mrs. Carie . faylee, Mim Annie C Sea, Mis Ly seeder. Mr. and Mrs. . T. Dyer, the letter pia a the wedding march m the bridal party she parlors. A receptia was held from 4 mut S. about * M gunta being present. The parlers were tastefully decorated with palms and et Gewems a and the decoratioms of the diming room were wholly is green and white, ada boumtifil repast was merved. hm weshe see of summerom prements. Mrs. Framces B. Spines arrived is Wasmg ton on Thursday on her rets frem Old Polan Comifort to New York. where do spent thAt two week a ma wtness of the Icmn ships and the g~reet naval parade. Mr.. Spat ktfr e 'Crane Week," her comnty eat, em Usterday. e Latn in Jane she esets to visit the werie' 'fair is aps with a prtyet frem,man I afterward thywill exnshir teoebi te a California, returning from themee early is the tall. She anticipatme aanking Wsgtes her e winter home in the future. The amarriage of Miss 3. C. Do,., daghter'1 of Bobert8. Deve et this city,se Mr. Wo Hayzel of Maryad was nm---eaa at a. * Joeph's (barch a Wens as. Rev. dresd is a et white mU.i broende, y trimmd with f loe sad emb~reedsred, amd carrieda heuquat et ble ross. Armetios foneowed at the reel- * lace of te bride. ~t, wh e aslagely attgndad b reativees ad biedeo ethe happy e brie wa the re lpest of mayr C Rev. BSuamierne Visma Earnnen, a 446y j iac-ad Hlndoo, and his wife havebhessepesi lag the week Ia Wambington s megse of3ev. e mmd Mrs. T. S. amme. BGeday evuming the I liet. Mr. Karamarkar will epeak at the marek it the Covenant as foeigs miselem amd Mea lay his wife will sim. the knie of these The Orimal Owl lesse Qab were eater-ja liml Ade Ge residem. ot Mr. ram Nswsbe. C I6iS 8th etaset arthweet, Friday eeming. . eueme eseesntwere Mr.ad Es. Andrew a iley, Mr. mld Mm.. 0. E. Newton, Mr. Johe Kreaemer et rltweMiss Ema bsmy of ie 'sesasty, Nd,M~is3a ee a afIee, ,Mbis ele Oweme, Miss (k== (bern ot Bhehied, Mr. 3. 3. Wasy, Er. T. F. koasaMiss Maal Coheraet Brhtued.3. Chaband m Usm. a ime Cataal, Gee. C.Thylar, Was. Mattes, lobs Medea, man uier, Gee. Seid, ma. Ms Lile Nay Nigh ad Mr. Anber Ema. phry wee mm dThr mssat the 02:...O..d.eesdC .tmae gdr....d di....d--...a .Gs...... abeqet bride reeses. Mr. M3.. iewikeml Miss Ga Doime ised upwt e esmpla. Mr. and Mrs. em-a 2 Ost. e et emmseC Mr. and m C. 3. Cstesa bave Esm Brstter At Essse t..m..anK Q~ mus empan Etmd to New Teck toe ss ee m e, I -us Ie. N. 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