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? alaSs Hloyal G and Eleventh streets .......A. Llsner Tomorrow night, Thursday, from 6 to 9 p.m. there's to be a grand electric display and a special Xmas program, which, will be a treat for the children and of interest and profit to grown folks. Don't make other engagements for tomorrow night. [U7Soe tomorrow's "Star" for the program that is to attruct so many to this G St. corner tomorrow | night. Tomorrow Horning, Tomorrow's morning program is arranged with a view of lessening the afternoon overcrowding. The spe cial prices quoted below are good only from 8 to n a.m. Basement Floor. io per cent discount?one-tenth off the amount of your purchase made on the basement floor. Choice of 50,000 Useful Toys. E7Games, Tricycles, Tool Chests, Maple Lan terns, Doll Carriages? a page of The Star would not sutilce for a catalogue. And the prices marked oa them?see if they are not less than elsewhere. 150 Different Lamps. CThe greatest variety of Brass Banquet Lamps in tHs city?150 different styles are on this under ground floor. Prices, $1.39 to $25 each. The cheap er ones but little less than elsewhere; the more expensive are dollars In your favor. 83 Different Tables. CITElghty-three different styles of Brass and Onyx Tables. $3.65 tor those that sell elsewhere for $4.50. Only $25 for those that are $30 at the art stores. The between prices correspondingly less than prevailing. 1,000 Cut Glass Pieces. CT"Under the electric light these 1,000 and more Cut Glass Table Pieces sparkle like so many dia monds?15c to $30 the price extremes. 1,500 Art Clocks. E7From the same makers as supply the jewel ers. Same in every respect, excepting price. Onyx, Mnrbleized, Dresden and Porcelain Clocks from $1.50 to $25; same Clocks cost $2.25 to $35 at the Jewelers. 2,500 Pieces Bric-a-Brac. ICThe art potteries of the world tave con tributed to this collection, which Is devo.d of a trashy niece, though prices are as little as 19c. From $2 to $20 are some one-of-a-kind pieces the connoisseur will d iss as unique. 900 China Sets. ICTPractical Presents are these China, Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets. Prices range from $2.25 to $50. Comparison of P-ilal* Royal and prevailing prices for liavil&nd China Sets will be a revelation to many. 2,400 Silver Pieces. ICTEverything, from a Silver-plated Napkin Ring at 15c to Elaborately Engraved Water Pitcher at $15. Only 74c for Warranted Sterling Silver Nap kin Rings, and as little as $6 for Child's Sturling Silver Knife, Fork and Spoon Set. 40 Kinds of Candy. Instead of the 10 per cent discount we will charge 19c Instead of 28c a itoiind. First Ffloor. (From 8 to 11 a.m.) $1.50 for Men's $2 Braces. Bewildering variety to choose from?Silk and Rutin llaml-embroldered Si spenders; Moire and S1lk Suspenders In neckwear effects. Each in glass-top box. 24c for 35c Perfumer},'. 24c ounce for "Violets of Venice," the sweetest and nu:st delicate of perfumes, the latest and best. $1.33 for $1.50 Kid Gloves. The "Palais Royal" Gloves?best quality and latest styles. In kid, dogskin, chevrette and castor beaver gloves, for ladits' and men's wear. If for presentation, boxtd free of charge, and exchanged after Christmas If size Is not us required. If for your own wear, will be tried on at our risk. 18c Pair for 25c Hose. ladles' Warranted Fast Black ami Fancy Hose. Three pairs instead of two pairs for 50c, if selected before 11 o'clock tomorrow n orrlng. 25c for 39c Plated Ware. Choice of the Men's Match Boxes and the Chil dren's Cup and Saucer Sets. They are etched In artistic designs, and, being silver-plated on white metal, will nut tarnish. $1.19 for $1.35 Mufflers. These are Men's Full Size Silk Mufflers, duplicates of which are l?elng sold at $1.50 in the leading men's furnishing establishments. 35c for 48c Calendars. These are Tu<k's 1890 Calendais, published to sell at $1. Hiey rie large book size, with painted illustrations of Shakespeare's plays, children of all nations and flora of all climates. Second Ffloor. (From 8 to 11 a.m.) One-tenth off the price marked on all Dolls costing $i and more. * ioc for 15c Stamped Goods. The 18-incb Hemstitched Centerpieces, stamped in dainty designs. 98c for $1.50 Silks. The Satin Brocades, fancy stripe and figured Taf feta Silks, in evening and street shades. $3.50 for $3.98 Blankets. Full size Wool Blaukets, weighing Ave pounds, and sold for $4.50 pair iu nearly all stores. (From S to 11 a.m.) One-tenth off the price marked on the garments selected in the Wrap and Suit Departments. * ICTbe only exception being the Ladies* Winter Coats with big sleeves but long skirts. Reduced to $2.08 and $5 from $10. $15, $20, $25 and $50. It?"One-tenth off prices marked on the following: Short Jaikets from $5 to $100. All Capes from $.'(.50 to $100. All Suits from $7.50 to $30. All Waists from $2.(J8 to $20. All Wrappers from 75c. to $15. All "Sweaters" from $3.OS to $10. All Shawls from $1.50 to $8. E7Adi1 note that reduced prices are marked on very many of the garments you'll tiud on this third floor department. Foyrth Floor. (From 8 to 11 a.m.) Curtain Poles free of charge to those selecting Lace or Chenille Cur tains. 33c for 39c Covers. Chenille Table Covers with knotted fringe. Sold here regularly at 39c., but same covers as else where at 44c. Si.98 for $2.48 Seats. The B??st India Seats that will cost you more than $2.48 at the furniture stores. Palais Royal, Q and Eleventh streets A. Llsner Wilmsrth & Edmonston, 1206 Pa. a?*. What to p=l=v=e ?is well answered by our stock. Take our line of Rich Gold-decorated Bo hemian Glassware. Could anything be mare appropriate?la there anything more beautiful? Handsome Boh in lan Vases, In beauti ful gilt decorations. (goc., 75c., $i, $2.50, $2, Mi to $3.75. Ltving Cups, $7.50 each. Caiaffef. $G each. Bon Bon Trays, $2.50 and $3 each. Cordial Glasses, $5, $G and $7.50 doz. Pur-eli Glasses, $25, $35 and $40 doz. Champagne Tumblers, $16.50 and $17.50 doz. Water Tumblers, $25 a doz. ?all In rich gold decora tioos. )Crockery,&c.,n2og Pa.Ave.: ' It 928 7th Street. ^ Open evenings until 0 o'clocl 'Lowerimi Open evenings until 0 o'clock. (" jttae wraps. We've "put the screws" on the ' Wrap prices?seems ridiculous to do It, too?right in the midst of the wrap- < wearing time, when you never n?*eded < them so badly before this season. But here's an enormous stock of ' Wraps, and there's more coming In every day. , We've got to sell a pile of them in , a day to keep pace with the Incomers. We want to keep a little ahead? hence, the reductions, which you can be assured are genuine. $6 coats, $3.98. Women's All-wool Reefer Coats, rough effect, two-bntton '*>* frout. the ve.y latest style In every particu lar. Reduced from $6 to $3.0$. >9.50 coats, $6.50.: Women's French Kersey Cloth Reefer Coats, ripple back, mandolin sleeves, ] latest cut lapel, two-button l>ox front, half satin, entire coat l>ouud with < mohair bruld. Reduced from $'.*.50 to ? $6.50. 9 Women's All-silk Astrakhan Coats, all satin lined, large mandolin sleeves, new stylo ripple back ami l*>x front, pearl inlaid buttons, fastens high on < the shoulder If desired. Reduced from $10 to $1) 75. ($n8 coats, $10.50. / Women's Extra Fine Quality Silk \ Boucle Effect Reefer Coats, half satin f lined, ripple back, large sleeves, large ; buttons, box front. Reduced from $1S > to $10.50. <$8.50 capes, $5.98. Women's Silk Seal Plush trapes, wide sweep, deep storm collar and front edged with bear fur, satin lined * throughout. Reduced from $8.50 to < $5.98. ^$15 capes, $10. Women's Long Silk Seal riush Capes, satin lined throughout, extra wide | sweep, deep cut collar and front edged with wool Ihlbet. Reduced from $15 , to $10. >12 capes, $7.98. Women's Heal Plush Capes, richly braided and beaded, satin lined 1 throughout, deep storm collar edged with Angora fur. Reduced from $12 ( to $7.08. ^$18 capes, $110.50. Women's Wool and Electric Seal Capes, 30 Indies long, full sweep, satin lined throughout. The Electric Seal Capes have plain deep storm collar tnd , the Wool Seal Capes have a collar , made entirely of skunk fur, front also edged with skunk. Reduced from $13 < to $10.50. ^$116 capes, $00.50. Women's Fine Quality I?ng Cloth , Capes, Persian lamb effect, extra full > sweep, very deep storm collar und front ^ edged with wool thibet. Reduced from $16 to $10.50. 5 capes, $22. Women's Extra Fine Quality Electric , Seal Capes, 30 Inches long, extra wide sweep, wide storm collar made entirely ? of marten fur, front also edged with ' marten. Reduced from $35 to $22. There's the satisfaction of knowing you have the best that money can buy?when you get them. At all "live" lj dealers. m Is hotter than any. Made better. Wears better. Is much more com fortable. That's 'cause It's built of RATTAN FIBER with COTTON FILLING on both sides. COSTS NO MORE than the one-sided, hard, knotty, "shuck" mattresses. ? The Spring Bed ? Ought to be in the "spare room." ? It can l?e tightened and loosened ? to suit any size person. Can be ? adjusted so 'twill be comfortable ? for BOTH a light and a heavy ? person. COSTS NO MORE than ? any other. It VJMSs't Seod a gift to your country friends. What shall It be? Why, a case of 12 quarts of delicious assorted Ti>-Kulon Wines. Packed In a nr-at ease, bearing no marks to Indicate contents, and de livered at depot, already for shipment, only $4. Send It now before the express companies get rushed. To=&al?mi Wisne Co., 614 34th Tfcone #08. BC'l t-3m,20 AND SlIOVIXG IS THE WAY THINGS ARE BE GINNING TO LOOK. CROWDS AKE GROWING RIGGER AN D THINGS AltE BEG INNING TO SHOW THAT HOLIDAYS AltE NEAlt AT HAND, IU T ONLY IN' STOKES WIIEliE LOW TRICES SHINE FORTH I-IIvE IIEACON IJGHTS?WHERE OI ANTITIES ARE LARGE AND ASSORTMENT UNLIMITED. WE COUNT OURSELVES FIRST AMONG THIS CI.ASS. 1 On the 3d floor: Stacks of Drums. Soldiers' Outfits, representing even- nation. Dolls by the thousands. Bugles and Trumpets to supply an army. All kinds of Delivery Wagons. Billiard and Pool Tables. All makes in Square and Upright Pianos. Theaters of all sizes. Musical Merry-go-rounds. Kitchen Outfits. Large and small Iron Trains. Fire Engines and Hook and Lad ders. Shetland, Arabian and Canadian Ponies and Horses. Handsome Decorated Tea Sets of all kinds. Books to suit all classes of readers. THE ONLY THING WE ASK IS FOR YOU TO PAY A VISIT TO OUR TOY DEPARTMENT. Ol'R PRICES WILL MAKE YOU 1IUY. Third floor. Take elevator. A LI. PIE WOULD NOT COMPLETE A DINNER, n REQUIRES SOMETHING MORE SUBSTANTIAL TO COMPLETE THE MENU. Til ATS .ll'ST YHE REASON WE AI)I) SUCH THINGS AS MITTENS, IEGG INS AND BLANKETS TO THIS LIST: Children's Worsted Mittens, regular 1 ->lp inside: colors, black, blue and brown - Misses' Mittens, large sizes, same eol or* ^ Misses' Mitters, made of finer yarn, same colors ' Minn'? three different kliuU?Silk nml Wool mixed?5 eolors?blsck, blue, brown, navy and white. Double Mittens with crochet barks? and Double >11! tens with plain lucks?all jc one prl"d J I^idiob.' Double. Saxony Wool Mittens, in 2CC. black only D Same material, a little finer yarn 29C. Ladles' Double Mittens, fancy backs, . rmde of fine Saxonv w?n?l tO Ladles' All-silk Mittens, made of heavy 7Cp sewing silk, either plain or fancy tacks / J*? Lndles' Sewing Silk Mitts, the celebrated Kavser make. 3 styles, all fancy backs.... Children's Genuine Kid Mittens, with fur tops. In ox blood, tan and brown 4 V1- ? IPf Gray Silver City Blankets, All-wool Scarlet Blankets, OF LADIES' SILK GARTERS WE HAVE SO MANY PRETTY STYLftS-WHATKVEIt WE SAY ABOUT THEM YOU'LL FIND ALL RIGHT. SILK GARTERS. WITH WHITE METAL RUCKLES AND ROSETTES. IN AI.l. COL OIIS?ONEi PAUL IN A It.IX ZS ? SII.K GARTERS, MADE OF ALL SILK. FULL WEB. WITH WHITE M TTAI. ENGKAV EI> RUCKLES. LARGE SATIN ROWS 49c SILK GARTERS. MALE OF EXTItA HEAVY SILK WER, FILAGREE RUCKLES.HAND SOME SATIN BOWS?ONE PAIR IN BOX. 75C LADIES' SUPERFINE gUAUTY ELASTIC GAR Tl- RS. FINE gl AI.1TY SATIN BOWS. STERLING SILVER FINISHED BUCKLES, IN ALL COLORS, HANDSOME GLASS-TOP BOX '?Hc. Something we can't do without, and that is a good pair of blankets or warm comfortable. 10-4 White Lambskin Blankets, 49c. 10-4 White Cossack Blankets, 49c. 104 White Marathon Blankets, 89c. 10-4 $1.19. 10-4 $1.98. 10-4 White Wool Matoset Blan kets, $1.08. 11-4 Kann's Special Scarlet Blan kets, $3.98. Full Size Cretonne Covered Bed Comforts, 98c. Full Size Eiderdown Quilts. $3.39. LAMPS THAT WILL THROW A GREAT DEAL OF LIGHT ON ANY SUBJECT YOU MAY WANT TO DISCUSS. AND AT A VERY LITTLE COST. Beautiful Dresden Lamp, with globe to match I.ainp made of the old Blue Stone China, with glob* to match, very an tique Medium Size Dresden Lnmp, with fancy globe to match Large Size Dresden Lamp, very hand some, with globe to match Dresden Lamps, with silk shades, all <-olors WE HAVE LAMPS OP ALL KINDS, AND THE LOWEST PRICES TO BE FOUND ANYWHERE. All kinds off Wool, Cl?th amid Leather Leggins. CHILDREN'S BLACK AND WHITE ~ KNEE-LENGTH IIAND-KNIT LEGGINS.. MISSES' BLACK AND WHITE EXTRA LENGTH HEAVY LEGGINS # LADIES' EXTRA HEAVY BLACK . - WOOL LEGGINS 4y>*" CHILDREN'S BLACK AND WHITE HAND-MADE DRAWER LEGGINS 45** CHILDREN'S EXTRA HEAVY HAND-MADE BLACK AND WHITE DRAWER LEG GINS LADIES' SLEEVELESS KNIT JACKETS ?NAVY, BLACK AND BROWN Q^C^. CHILDREN'S BLACK JERSEY LEG GINS. ALL SIZES CHILDREN'S BROWN AND MODE CORDUROY LEGGINS CHILDREN'S TAN LEATHER LEG GINS LADIES' BLACK JERSEY BICYCLE GINS LADIES' EXiRA FINE QUALITY CLOTH GAITER TOP, EN* BLACK ONLY $11.25 n j 49 $1.69 ?97 $.H29 $E.2<9 $11:49 BR0AD 75C. T items worth a mention. Large=size Fancy Wood Waste Baskets, different colored trimmings, Our entire Sine off Fine India Linen Aprons, hand some embroidery and in= serting, full size. Just slightly soiled,reduced from $1, $5.25 and $n.go to BRING THE CHILDREN TO SEE LITTLE NELLIE'S CHRISTMAS EVE. ?T BON MARCH E> 814 and 816 7th St. BE QUICK ?If you want %l. $ood choice of this manu facturers' "sample" line of Jewelry, Dia monds, Pearls, f&?., at half price and less. Of the thousands there are no two pieces identically alike?all being "samples." We have divided the 'entire purchase into seven lots, and spread them on tables throughout the first floor, as1 follows: Choice pf? Jot!, ac. Choice off lot a, gc. Choice of lot 3, egc. Choice of lot 4, 35c. Choice of lot 5, 50c. Choice of lot 6, 85c. Choice off lot 7, $1.09. Exquisite Solitaire Diamond Rings, Gold and Pearl Pendants and Brooches, plain and with settings of pearls, opals and other precious stones, $1.50 to $14. Worth $3 to $25. Art Emb. Good: We have fitted up an Art Goods Depart ment in tiie large handsome space formerly given to Hats. We have put a price on these far beyond competition. All are new ibis seasoD. 75c. Fancy Head Rests, 49c. 50c. Fancy Head Rests, 29c. $1 Silk Down Covered Pilows, 79c. Swiss Bureau Sets, 4 pieces, $1.25. Applique Table Covers, $1.50. Applique Bureau Sets, $1.13. Applique Buffet Covers, $1.46. Other Beautiful Bureau and Toilet Sets of plain and dotted swlss lined with colors, and trimmed with lace and ribbons, $2.50 and $3.06. 51.25 Dressing Sacques, 89c. Ladlfs* Eiderdown Dressing Sacques, light blue and gray, all sizes. Worth $1.25......? 39c. Fascinators, 19c. Fine Knit-worsted Fascinators, all colors. Worth 39c Apron "Sale. 99 These have been pnt In the Art Depart ment. It ought to crowd this section to morrow. 100 dozen Large White India Linen Aprons, tucked, hemmed, &c. Worth n ?> j / ? 19c Large Checked Gingham Aprons, big size, all sorts of check. Worth Ilk* D2/SC. Here is the ?est-*-large lot of Fancy Swiss Aprons, daintilv trimmed with lace and fancy rlbbdns. Were 50c. Choice^* BON MARCH E, 314 &' 3147th St. It . ? . l~r\ I Tomorrow we will sell 3,000 Large Three Double String Carpet Brooms for ten cents each. In adilition to the above announcement of Broom Day we will give either 4 pounds of Best Granulated Sugar or 4 pounds Best Mixed Candy to each purchaser from our price list of one dollar's worth or over. Bring your premium cards to be punched. iJOHH I % * _ _ Seerm ?To Be Popular For dinner parties and game dinners, b OAXVASA<)$, REDHEAD and TEAL | DUCKS are In such constant demand? | we ord*f ttiem every day?always on = hand. Finest only. = lE?*F<if breMcfast?have Sausage from = Acorn Knoll Farm. Real Country Sau- h sage. DeligWtful. ?f tt^Ordyrs delivered promptly. 1 Cor. 17th I _ & K Sts. 1 dll-20eo I I ? iMinnimniHiivtiiiHiiniiii^uiimmiiiiiiiuwwRiuimuMiiHiiiitiiiiimiiuuuiuoauuib sWe'H F^x. Your Teeth I (Palihlessly,, We'll fill all the cavities?crown that broken tooth?or extract the tooth that's too far gone to fix, and you won't have to wince once. Our operators are expert, gentle and quick?our painless methods are perfect, and our charges are most reason able. Painless extraction, 50 cents. Evans Dental Parlors,j 'on 7 Penna. Ave. N. W. Use SHAKER DIGESTIVE CORDIAL Does not cure all diseases, but It will curs Dyspepsia or Indigestion. All druggists. m27-w.;h,s,mly a I FT! $1.50! ? 4 > Enlarging <rar establishment and heavily lestocklng It throughout places us in a po sition to offer an unrivaled stock of the very latest, brightest und best of Gold and Silver Jewelry, Diamonds, Bric-a-Brac, etc. A few suggestions: Solid Gold Heart Brooches at the low price of Solid Gold Link Sleeve Buttons at the low price of Diamond-mounted Solid Gold * Link Sleeve But tens. Others ask $5. Our price ?4>4*5,LPT Solid Gold Lockets, with genuine Sp rv/rvT diamond center. Only Beautiful Diamond Studs at the ^ /wvX low price of ? Otter Diamond Studs at $6, $7, |10 and $12. ? Beautiful Solid Gold Link Cuff Buttons, with ruby and diamond <T g and emerald and diamond centers. !n- OoSdsmlth son,| I'JeweBers, 911 Pa. Ave. 5 Z dll-40d * Hoover & Snyder, Shoe*, 1211 F st. ifiOE! We are repeatedly told that the only objection the wearers have to our shoes Is that they wear too long. We may not sell them as many pairs, but we have the satisfaction of knowing that every pair sold is a big advertisement for us, for the buyer will return again. The Women's Shoes at $3? $3-5? $4 ?are shown In every variety aud shape of last, and are worth GO to 75 cents per pair more than murked. SLIPPERS. We carry a complete line of Alfred Dolge's Felt Slippers for ladies, misses, children and men. Exquisite line of Evening Slippers, In kid, paltnt leather und colored satins. HOOVER & SNYDER, Shoes, ran F St. Let the gift be? an onyx-top table or a handsome Samp, with shade or globe. 1 This store was never so1 , ready with beautiful gifts. '? Beautiful and yet inexpensive; ?though we have skipped the , ' common "cheap" things. The E. F. Brooks Co., ^3? St., building. n27?eolm.38 / A Correct Qmiess. ? ? ? Easiest chance you'll ever have to \ ? ? ? win that much money. Gu.-ss the NET ' ? ? ? PROCEEDS of the TEACHERS* BA ? ? ? ZAAlt at Convention Hail. Id your l ? ? ? ss js nearest correct we'll give you ' ? ? ? JIT) in gold. Competition open only to ? ? ? teachers and pupils of the Public l ? ? ? Schools. Only one guess from each | ? ? ? person. The Piano Exchange, ) 913 PKXNA^A'VENUE. ^ _ dell:20d ?Our Home Made ? (n 5 nee Heat. P KMT ADE OF THE CHOICEST MA ? / 11 terials, mixed according to our J A 11 famous recipe, under our per % sonal supervision. A most # delectable compound. You can order r in any quantity, large or small. |T. Jarvis, gSw J426 9th St. 'Phone iooo. d4-2sd..im > Wednesday, Dec. u. Mince * F THEY ARB MADE OF B choice mince meat and brandy? such as we handle. We have three makes of mince meat?Mrs. llardeas t'.e's ? Aunt Abbey's ? 2nd Curtice Bros.* As reganls the brand}', we have all kinds-Domestic and Im ported- at all prices?each one the lowest it's jiossible to quote for pure, unadul terated goods. Pies are Simply Luscious. ?7Send in your orders. 'Geo. E. Kennedy <& Sons, WINES AND GROCERIES. 1116 CONN. AVE ?I11-2Spu S. Deslo on tho wrons side of the street. My dia tuor.d st.u k is so com plete that I can Fell a dlam ml from $1 to $1,000. There will be a ip rial dis play in my win dow fr tm now until '"hristiuas. TiiousamN ??f steiling articles from iSc. up. Special bar gains from now up to the 15th Deceml>cr. S. DESIO, Manufacturing Jeweler, 1012 F street. Opposite Boston House. ) IvNEESSL 425 7th st. \ >A good 1 ^writing' tablet [for 75c. 5 / ?winch w<uld l?e an elegant gift. Bet- ? / ter oues for more?up to the best for ) \ Never were so ready with Leather \ ) Novelties for gifts. If you buy $2 worth / y we give you frje a Collar or Cuff Box ( ( or a Whisk- B.ooin and Holder. ) ) Name marked free on leather goods, S / and anything ycu wish laid aside for \ \ you upon a small deposit. / ^Kneessi, 425 7th St. dl 1-32-1 ^ rt=fi\V/7frftn fPln*(^ Beautifully illustrated bx>k InV/ In P rftrS fnH'- TeI1" al1 a,MKlt ,he lyj U VyJlialiaUU^ QUICK - REPAIR TIRE. dell-to2t Morgan & Wright, Chicago. J. T. WALK.ER SONS. SH 10TH ST.~N.W., CAIU Kt Lining. Felts. Fire Brick and Clay, Asbestos, lints. Brushes, Lime, Cement, two and three ply Hoofing Material. Ml THE WORLD OF SOCIETY Mimi Jenkins and Bev. Mr. Andrews j Married Today. Teas nnd Other Pleasant Events Yes terday ? Interesting Per sonal Notes. The marriage of Miss Caroline Caldwell Jenkins, youngest daughter of the late Ad miral Jenkins, to the Rev. Dr. William G. Andrews, archdeacon of the Episcopal Church of Connecticut, was solemnized this afternoon at 1 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. Parker, No. 1729 H street. Rev. Dr. McKim performed the cere mony. The bride was attended by her sis ter, Miss Alice Jenkins, and the groomsman was Prof. Charles M. Andrews of Bryn Mawr, Pa., a brother of the groom. Dr. F. T. Jenkins, the bride's brother, gave her away. Owing to the recent death of Ad miral Jenkins no cards were issued for the wedding, which was attended only by the immediate families of the happy couple and two schoolmates of the bride. The future home of Dr. and Mrs. Andrews will be at Guilford, Conn. Miss Edith McCammon, daughter of Judge and Mrs. McCammon, was presented at a largely attended tea yesterday. The drawing rooms were profusely decorated with American beauty roses and other fine specimens, while the bouquets sent the debutante made a large and beautiful col lection themselves. Mrs. McCammon was elegantly gowned in black satin, with a bodice of lavender and white striped bro cade. Her yourg daughter was in white oigandie, the bodice prettily trimmed with frills of lace and white satin ribbon. Vio lets and white orchids formed a corsage bouquet, ai d pink roses the one she car ried. Miss McCammon, Miss Elsie Whar ton of Philadelphia, cousin of the young lady, with Miss Barney, Miss Mary Condit Smith, Miss Rockhill. Miss Averel, Miss Lieter and Miss Card, assisted in receiv ing. Mrs. Guzman, Mrs. Hubley Ashton and Miss Pollock presided at the tea table, which was set in the library on the second floor. Society, both residential and official, was fully represented in the gay throng which welcomed the debutante and throng ed the rooms during the afternoon. Mrs. John N. Norton and Miss Juliet Norton welcomed several hundred of their friends at another of the teas which made the day memorable. Their beautiful and spacious home was fragrant with roses, and softly shaded lights threw a becoming coloring over all. Mrs. Norton wore gray satin, veiled in black lace, and Miss Nor ton, whose toilets are always so effective wore cream brocaded satin and lace. Mrs. Sternberg, Miss McCeney, Miss Cuthbert, Miss Lockett, Miss Emory, Miss Newcomb and Miss Brown assisted In receiving. The guests included a large assemblage of agreeable people. Captain Bartlet* Cromwell, U. S. N., and Mrs. Crcmwell, who have bat lately^ taken pcrsession of their new home, 1525 New Hampshire avenue, gave a house-warming tea yesterday, which brought together their friends in a sociable way. Mrs. Crom well received in a becoming gown of light gray satin, trimmed with black lace, and Miss Cromwell wore white organdie, with gold-colored ribbons. Miss Benham, Miss Woodward and Miss Sigsbee, with Mrs. Kilbourn, wife of Lieut. Kilbourn, and Miss Greer did tne honors. Navy people were largely represented in the gathering, which filled the rooms, although the resi dent families were another strong element. Mrs. Richard Coxe Weightman was the hostess of another of the pleasant tea gath erings yesterday. The company did not meet until after 5 o'clock. Mrs. Edward Gray. Mrs. H. P. Heath, Mrs. John Poor, Mrs. McKay and Miss Emory assisted the hostess in entertaining her callers. Miss Jessie Lewis of Takoma Park and Mr. Cassell Severance of this city were mt-rried at 4.30 yesterday at Hamline Church, 9th and P streets. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. P. Todd, pastor of the church. The ushers were Mr. Chas. M. Lewis, brother of the bride; Mr. Edwin R. Conner, Mr. J. Lawton Norwood and Mr. W. Harvey Muzzy. Miss Eugenia Stone was maid of honor, and Mr. Frank B. Sev erance best man. The bride was dressed in garnet boucle and velvet, with hat to match. The maid of honor wore dark blue boucle, with hat to match, and trimmed with black tips. After the ceremony the bridal party went to the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Severance, 317 Spruce street. The couple left for a brief tour northward last evening. Mrs. F. B. McGulre received yesterday from Mrs. Cabell for the Children's Hos pital $1,000, raised by the pupils of Nor wood Institute. Senator and Mrs. Jno. W. Daniel have issued cards to the marriage of their young and beautiful daughter Carrie to Mr. Fred erick Harpei, a lawyer of Wilmington, N. C., December 19. The marriage will take place at Westerly, Senator Daniel's sub urban home, near Lynchburg. Mr. William Tennyson gave a reception in he ..or of the Ivy Leaf Pleasure Club last evening at his residence. No. 1228 19th street northwest. The entertainment was opened by dancing, later on followed by refreshments, the table and rooms being elaborately decorated with palms, chrysan themums. flowers, etc. During the evening Miss Carrie Kingston entertained the guests by her fancy dancing, and Mr. Emil Brown and Miss Lulu Tennyson gave a violin solo and piano accompaniment,which was highly appreciated by the guests. Among those who were present were the Misses Carrie Kingston. Gertie Woods. An nie Charlton. Annie Bright. Delia Murphy, Jessie Murphy.Bertha Johnson, AnnieRyan, Gertrude Knight, Lulu Tennyson, and Mes dames Tennyson and Brown. Messrs. \V m. Tennyson, George Elmer Ruhl, Emil Brown, Edward Wynne, Thomas Griflln, Joseph Groves. Harry Tennyson, Edward Johnson, Charles Brown, Henry W hite and Elmer Green. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Huggins will be at home to their friends this evening at "The Avon," North Capitol and C streets, from 7 to 9. Mis3 Ryar. gave a progressive euchre party Tuesday evening at her residence, the Col umbia. After the prizes were awarded the guests were entertained with selections on the piano and mandolin by the Misses Toumey and Mrs. Symes, and it being the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. King s wedding, the company was favored with an appropriate speech by Miss Ryin. Among those present were Mrs. and Miss Starkey, Mr and Mrs. King, Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook and son, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Symes and daughter, Miss M. Ryan, Mrs. Roberts and daughter. Mrs. Sanford, Mrs. Barry, the Misses Toumey, Miss Waters. Mrs. Ryan, Miss Sllcer and Messrs. Ryan, Broyles, Keyser, Shaw and Ed. Ryan. Miss Belle Lowrle of Clarkston, Mich., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. J. Knox, in Grant place. Mr. and Mrs. Ironsides of New London, Conn., are located at the Grafton for the winter. Commander R. C. Leary Is at the Grafton with his family on waiting orders. Little friends of Miss Nettle Kelly gave her a surprise party in honor of her eighth birthday last Tnursday, at her parents' resi dence. A very pleasant evening was spent In games, etc. Among those present were Misses Mattie Kelly, Mary Geier, Ciara and Kathleen Dillon, Annie and Bessie Maisack, Marie Geier, Nellie Plager, Eda and Nettie Kelly and Master Georgie Maisack. Mrs. Frye, wife of Senator Frye, will not receive tomorrow. Last Thursday evening the Red Rose Pleasure Club of East Washington enter tained Its numerous friends at the resi dence of Mrs. Hogan, No. 1015 G street southeast, it being the seventh party since its organization, March 2, 1XH. The tables were magn.ticently bedecked with the col ors of the club, red and black, and with tall spieidlng palms. Gaines and music were indulged in until a late hour, when tables were set for the club's guests. Among those present were the Misses Smithson, Hardy, Janney Lyles, Sadie Bean. Julia Little,Crowthers, Cora Betts, Annie Hutch inson, Daisy Reinberg. Emma Hogan. Ma mie Mellen, Mamie Cook, Grace Milstead, Ella Lyles, Susie Schroeder, Florence Ma Talcott, Edith Lusby. Annlt Williams, Jes sie Williams. ICeria Ball, Alice Coffey, Katie Williams, Annie Williams. Henrietta Rhodes, Gertie Greenfield. Phumphy, Lizzie Embrev, Katie McNelley. Annie Gill. Ma mie Lee. Emma O'Netl, Lula Mullen. Lou isa Williams. Maggie McLaughlin. 13ert:e Spicer. H. McGraw. Daisy August. Ban, Rodney. Summers and Messrs. Frank Scott, Riley Hunt, Howard Swopes, M. Turner, John Goss, M. Moyle. Frank Ryon, Dell, Clarence Fowler, Charles Dunn, Edgar Em brey, C. Pemberton, Otis Watson, Henry Zundt, Edwin Bradshaw, Winfleld Smith, William Copenhaver. Winfleld Whitman, John Haskell. John Sklnner.Wallace Grren fleld, John Wlighter, Harry Arnold. W. M. Selby, Herbert. William Thornton. Bruce Milstead, John Gates. Alfred Owens, Ed. Gill.Wm. Biearley,Albert Lee, John Evans, W. O. Murray, William Duvall, Tyler Cola. Charles Mayhew, Fred. Hardy, H. Ireland, Larue Hogan, A. Crouch and R. Walls. Mrs. Duvall, Mrs. Hcgan, Mrs. Gill, MImm Duvall and Gill, William Duvall, Larue Hogan and W. O. Murray formed the com mittee in charge of the affair. Mrs. Bartlett Cromwell will be at horns Fridays in January. A large and pleasant gathering of chil dren asseml led last evening at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. D. Fegans, at 835 Massachusetts avenue northwest, to cele brate the anniversary of Miss Winfried Fe gan's birthday. The evening's merriment was concluded by a sumptuous repast. The Newsboys and Children's Aid Society opened their new home on C street yester day, and its friends made the day a mem orable one. Through the beneficence of Mrs. Anna M. Maulsby, who bequeathed to the society enough money to purchase this fine old house, which was Duke Gwyia'o home, the New Year will open for it a broader field of usefulness than ever was possible before. For the maintenance of the house, however, the society must still depend on other resources, and naturally the ladies who have been so deeply inter ested in its work did their utmost to make yesterday's tea a great success financially as well as socially. From 5 o'clock until 10 streams of people passed over the threshold, and inspected the new quar ters from basement to garret. Mrs. T. fl. Childs, president of the society, and Mrs. J. C. Breckinridge received the callers, who found th/5 attractions of the different rocms very strong, where refreshments, fancy work and sweets were on sale. Mrs. CMlds and Mrs. Breckinridge were*in gen eral charge, assisted by the Misses Bessie and Julia Lamont, Miss Fanny Childs, the Misses Bell, Miss Letitia Scott, Miss Fuller. Miss Wilcox, Miss Rochester, Miss Miller. Miss Ennis. Miss Gallaudet. the Misses Mattingly. Miss Colton and Miss Durand. Mrs. I. F. Macfarland, treasurer of the society, presided over the refreshment rooms and was assisted by Mrs. Thurston, Mrs. Atwater, Mrs. Pollock, Mrs. Henry Macfarland, Mrs. Babson, Mrs. W. O. Cun ningham. Miss Terry and Miss Childs. Mrs. Charles G. Dulin had charge of the tea and chocolate tables, which were modsls of dainty arrangement, and which w?re well patronized. She was assisted by Mrs. Wallace and Miss Britton. The Fort Myer Band played throughout the evening. The affair was given under the patronage of Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs. Patenotre. Airs. Romero, Mrs. De Mendonca. Mrs. John W. Fester, Mrs. Olney, Mrs. Carlisle, Mrs. La mont, Mrs. Hoke Smith. Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Harmon, Mrs. Nelson Miles, Mrs. Shlras, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. White, Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. Thomas Nelson Page, &trs. Boardman, Mrs. Glover, Miss Kibbey, Mrs. Gardiner Hubbard, Mrs. John Hay, Miss Morton. Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Harlan, Mrs. Field and Mrs. Brown. Mrs. George B. Williams and Mrs. Arnold gave a luncheon today. The wedding of Miss Belle Cyrene Bemiss, daughter of the late John Bemiss of Louisi ana, to Dr. George Holcome Berber of the United States navy will take place Decem ber 17. at her sister's residence, No. 1922 10th street. Mrs. Richardson of Vermont avenue en tertained a large company of friends at m. musicale last evening. Among those par ticipating were Mr. William A. Gorman and Miss Marie Sanderson. It is well to get clear of a bad cough or cold the first week, but It is safer to rid yourself of It the first forty-fight hours?the proper remedy tor the purpose being Dr. D. Jayoe's Expectorant. MARRIED. LESTER? BAKEU. In Baltimore, oo Tuesday, De cember 10. 181*5, by the Iter. Dr. Gritttth, WliARTON E. LESTER and KATE BAKER. * WALSH?MOORE. On October 24, lt?5. at the Cathedral iu Baltimore, by the Rev. Father Thomas, THOM.jj D. WALSH and YAAYjk BET Li C. MOURE. ? DIED. HOWARD. On Tuesday. December 10. 1.N95, at 2 o'clock a.m.. NATHANIEL HOWARD, in tbe forty-seventh year of his age. Funeral will take place from his late residence, 4Id, In the rear Washington street uotiiiwagt, Thursday, December 12. at 2 o'clock p.in. Friends and relatives Invited to attend. * KLVfl. On Tuesday. December 10, .KSKJ. at 1:SS p.m., at her rtvld-jm e. No. l2LHi 4th street northwest, JOSEPHINE J. KL\G, wife of the late Franciaa J. King. Our mother is gone at last. For God has called her home;'He said He kuew It was tor the best. My children dou't you weep for me. For your Father, she said. He wanted me. Oh, mother, how we mUh you? in the rock'ng chair waiting patiently for us. All your toils ure over now cn this earth at last. God be with you; bless you. Mother, darling, is at rest. ? BY HER CHILDREN. Notice of funeral hereafter. (Baltimore papers please copy.) ? KLEIN. On Deri-ruber 9, 1KO, Mrs. CATHERCVB KLEIN (nee Schmuedcr). aged forty flvj years, eleven mouths and ulne days. Funeral from residence, I'M L street northeast, at 2 o'clock Wednesday. (New York palters please copy.) * MELINE. At 2 p.m. Tuesday, December 10, 1816, GEORGE BRACKEMtllHjE, youngest ?ou of Jauics F. and Kate L Meline, aged nine years and five mouths. Funeral from No. 2111 O street northwest st 2 p.m. Thursday, December 12. Interment pri vate. ? NOR BECK. On Wednesday, December 11, 1SS*5, at 7:10 o'clock a.m., GEORGE, beloved sou of the late George aud Ella Nort>eck, aged eighteen years, three months and eight days. Why feel so sad. why shed a tear. Even though lie has taken from us one so dear. Cut down like a blossom?cut down to die? Your beautiful temple to occupy. BY HIS MOTHER. Funeral from his late residence, 233 12th street southwest, on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. (Baltimore papers please copy.) ? O'NEILL. On Tuesday, December 10, 18I?5, at 8:45 p.m.. ROSA O'NEILL (uee Herbert!, Indored wife of William E. O'Neill, at her residence, 2(>5Vi E street northeast. Nctlce of funeral hereafter. ? ONTRICH. On Tuesday. Decemlter 10, 1805, at 12:30 p.m., JOHN ii. ONTRICH, in the fiftieth year of his age. Funeral will take place from his late residence. 80S 0th street northwest, Thursday, December 12.at 2 p.m. Friends and relatives Invited to attend. Please Jinlt flowers. (New York papers plsese copj\> * FFEIFFEH. Oil Monday. D<yeinl.or 0, lSBS, PE TEH 1'KKIFFElt, father of Mrs. 0. H. Htl, aged eighty. Funeral from daughter's residence, Brookland, D. C.,- Thursday, December 12, at 2 p.m. * WESTING Hoi "SE. On December 10. 18?5, at 11:35 a.m.. at the Windsor Hotel, New York. In the eighty sixth ytar ?>f her age. EM EL IN E WfflT INGHOl'SE, widow of George Westing bonne, and mother of George Westiugbouse. Jr.. and Herman H. Westlnghouse. surviving childrea. Fur.eral from her former residence, 10 State street, St h? nectady, N.Y., Thursday, December 12, nt 1:30 p.m. In Memorials. GOODWIN. Died December II, A.D. 1?4 JOSHUA E GOODWIN. Ltv?d iu life. rememl?ered In death. All is dark within our dwelling. Lonely are our hearts today; For the one we loved so dtarly lias forever passed away. ? BY HIS WIFE AND CHILDRE*. RL'BEL In loving remembrance of our darling. LEONARD BI'KL Rt'BEL. urandtou of B. B. Chase, who died oo; year ago today, DcceuAer 11. 1??4. His hands are claspcd upon his breast. We have kl>s.?l his lovely brow. But in our aching hearts we know We have no Lenule now. ? AUNTlH Carter's Little Liver Pills. SUCK HEADACHE POSITIVELY CUBED BY THESE IJTl'LE riliJk They also relieve distress from D>sp*>psia, Iudlgcstion, and Too Hearty Eating. A per fect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowgl rcss. Bad Taste In the Mouth, Coated Tongue, l'aln in the side. TORPID LIVER, Ther regulate tl:e Bowels. l*ureljr Vege table. Smalil Pill. Small Dose. Small Price.