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"THE BUSY CORNER." I "THE SMITH BUILDING.
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Ranw
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ALWAYS THE BEST OF EVERYTHING FOR THE LEAST
MONEY!
Our Store Will Be Closed A3! Day Saturday,
But Will Be Open From 6 to 9 P. M.
ALL FLOORS BETWEEN THE BUSY CORNER AND THE
SMITH ANNEX ARE CONNECTED. ELEVATOR SERVICE IN
BOTH BUILDINGS.
Omit RebuIMSmi
Has added several more notches of popularity to our already well
earned reputation. We have worked hard throughout this entire time
to make rapid strides toward completion. The workmen deserve every
praise due them for the manner in which they handled every detail in
trusted to them. If the same ambition and push continues, the first of
October will find us in our new fall dress.
Two New ArrivaJs in Our Suit Dept.
100 New Fall Golf Capes, in this season's newest colorings and styles
?a large selection of very nobby effects to buy from?we 4?*=? a ?>
made the value very special, having marked them to sell at.. " ?ttC?
75 Fine All-wool Cheviot Fall-weight Jackets, in three styles, fly
front, double-breasted and Eton; they are well cut and tailored in a per
fect manner; each garment is silk lined, and the value is very
special at
SECOND FLOOR, SMITH ANNEX.
$6o48
A Shipment of New Freoclh Flannels.
AT LEAST 50 PIECES IN ALL THE MOST POPULAR
PLAIN SHADES, WHICH DAME FASHION HAS ORDAINED
TO BE STYLISH AND CORRECT ? OLD ROSE. MEDIUM
BLUE, SAGE, LIGHT BLUE, NAVY, CARDINAL, TAN, MILI
TARY BLUE. PEARL GRAY, NEW PINK, NEW
GREEN, HELIO, LIGHT AND COFFEE
BROWN AND BLACK?THESE ARETHEREG
ULAR 50c. QUALITY, WE INTRODUCE THEM
AT *
FIItST FLOOR, SECTION II. BUSY CORNER SIDE.
Tlhe Latest Turo So Literature.
The optimist finds his in the book world of today, for the new hooks prow brighter and bet
ter every seasons host of advance holiday publications have trooped in, with gay colored bindings,
attractive subjects and artistic Illustrations -
66
Bleomierhasset,
99
The new historical romance, in defense of Aaron Burr, by Charles Fen
don Pidgin, author of the celebrated "Down East," "Quincy Adams
Sawyer"?this book is beautifullv bound and charmingly illus- (ThffiiA-r
trated. Each VVC.
The two new novels from an untrodden sphere, "The <? ti u /fh
Death of the Gods," by Dmitri Merejkowski II ? 11
"Forma GordvefT," by Maxin Gorky, at $1.00
BOTH ROMANCES ARE FROM THE l'EN'S OK FORCIBLE, DRAMATIC RUSSIAN AUTHORS.
"Arline Valiere," a storv of life printed in fac simile
from the original manuscript?a decided book novelty with d? ti /Oj/TK
pretty illustrations ^ " ? vxj'
Anthony Hope's new romance, "Tristram of Blent".... $1.10
"The Night Hawk," a powerful historical romance of the sixties?
dealing with the confederate blockade runners 011 the coast rt! 11 ti /f>
of Halifax cp 11 . 11 U
"When the Land Was Young," by Lafayette McLaws, a
historical romance of the buccaneers
SEVEN FULL-PAGED SEPIA COLORED ILLUSTRATIONS.
"Tales of the Cloister," Harper Bros.' portrait series, ten quaint
stories by Elizabeth G. Jordan, ten full page illustrations and rt? ti ti ^
portrait frontispiece 4*lloli(9
"For Very Busy People," a new, comprehensive history of Ameri
can people, by Prof. Francis Newton Thorpe, 6 full page col- rt?ti
ored maps ^ll?<0)vU'
"Under the Allied Flags," a new Boxer story, by the well 0(0)^,
loved juvenile boy story writer, Ellbridge Brookes V7C0
IN OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT, BASEMENT ANNEX, BUSY CORNER SIDE.
$1.10
A Few We!l?=Picked Items ara Dress Trimmings. May
Be the Very Thing You Want for Your
Fall Dress Trimming.
WF. ARE CLOSING OUT OCR ENTIRE STOCK OF GUIMPS AND FANCY BRAIDS ?=j
AMONG WHICH ARE A FEW PIECES OF FINE APPLIQUE; A I,SO PRETTY PAT
TERNS OF PERSIAN EFFECTS, WHICH SOLD FROM 50c. TO Ji.00 PER YD. CHOICE.
Another line of Fancy Braids, jet, black, white, gold, silver fj
and mixed guimps, which sold from 25c. to 50c. per yard, at.... & C?
A FEW BRAIDED SAILOR COLLARS, BOLERO EFFECTS AND REVERS?TIIESE
ARE VERY STYLISH AND ATTRACTIVE-SOIJ> FROM $1.00 TO $1.48. YOU CAN / (LD/rr
HAVE THEM, EACH l! 7Vo
Black and White Belting, i to 1^2 inches wide, which al- ti ^
ways sold at 39c. per yard, for 11 VG?
100 dozen best quality White Pearl Buttons, various sizes, ti
sold for 25c. per card of two dozen?now for 11 UC?
TRIMMING DEPARTMENT, FIRST FLOOR, SECTION E, BUSY CORNER SIDE.
White Goods.
WE MI ST ADMIT THAT THE SALES ON THIS LINE nAVE WANED CONSIDERABLY TT
PARTLY MAKES ITS EXIT WITH THE SEASON. BUT YET THERE'S ALWAYS A DEMAND FOR
SOMETHING OF THIS KIND.
We have one case of superior Fine
Sheer Quality India Linon, 40 inches
in width, sold regularly at 18c. per
yard, going to sell it
this week at
1154c
We have 9 pieces of 64-inch
French Organdy, which is very fine
and sheer, which we are going to
close out, although worth
37/2C. per yard?for
Fine Imported Lace Striped and
Corded Lawns, assorted styles, nice,
clean, sightly goods, for- ti g>
mcrly 25c., now 11 Ok?
Exceptional value in Fine Sheer
Imported Persian Lawn and Fine
Batiste, 47 inches wide. We have
cnlv a limited quantity of either,
worth 40c. per yard?spe
cial this week at AiDi**
FIRST FI/MtR, SECTION F, BUSY CORNER SIDE
More Toy News.
This department Is Juvenile headquarters. It soon will b" the main attraction for young and
?1*1. We are c?>lng to show Washington how to cater to the wants of the little folks. It will be
a dreamland where little hearts will !*? m.tde happy. This promise will not be very long before it
will be consuu mated. Some few Items for tomorrow's selling:
18-lnch Pressed Dolls, broken as
sort merit, only one and two of a
kind; the choice you can hate, each
Croklnole Boa nix. regulation sin-;
felt lined; slightly sotlc
dust; reduced from $2.50 to
Nickel-plated Passenger Trains ? 8
coaches, engine and tender?for
Fourth Boor- Smith annex.
$1.00
*.???$1.50
49c.
Doll Go-Carts for 4!W\; Willow Rockers, 98c.;
Small Chairs, 25c.; <Tieckers and Boards, 10c.;
Columbia Yachts. 50c.; Hoops. 5c.; China DlsheB,
25c.; Japanese I-anterns per dozen, 50c.
14Mj-lnch Kid-body Dolls, closing eyes
and sew
icn ma-noay irons, closing eyes ba
ed curly wigs, with well-fitting
shoes and stockings ^ ^ w?
16Uj-lnch high Kestner's Ball- m* /f\
Jointed Dolls, dressed In the height TO i^ll t)
of fashion, with rich silk gowns....
Kaon, Sons <& Co0,
The Busy Corner." 8th and Market Space.
The Smith BuiSding."
?*r
DUCRO'S
E Alimentary
L I X I R
Moors Covered Economically.
la highly recommended as a remedy for lnng dls
P"
?nd all kinds of fevers.
Cases and as a preventive for typhoid, ma
g dls
llarial
AGENTS, E. rOUGBBA. & CO., NEW YORK.
de6-w.l04t,14
S. B. Sexton & Son's
Latrobes, Furnaces and
Ranges
Are Recognized as STANDARD.
BE NOT DECEIVED. BUY NO OTHER.
For Sale by the Trade Generally.
*?26-78114
IP1
I] Floor Stain and Floor Varnish In connec
tlon with a few handsome ruga will save
the cost of expensive carpets. The Stains,
85c. quart. The Varnish, 70c. quart.
Geo. E. Corbett,
selO-lOd
NO TYPHOID GERMS
IN BLACKISTONE WATER.
Pure, clear, sparkling, from spring
*6o feet under ground. 5 gallons,
>1.00.
N. W. BURCHELL',
1325 F ST.
Only
3. Days
Left!
We Open the
Imter=Ocean Bldg.
Next Monday.
The Balance of the Stock
at 1226 F St. ABniost
Given Away.
Nothing like it has ever been seen
before. Every article cut to away
below cost. We are bound to clear
this building.
READ THIS LIST.
These Qreat Bargains Are
on tine First Fioor.
WAS NOW
1 English Fireside Chnlr $55.00 $22.50
2 Golden Oak Sideboards 18.00 10.00
2 Oak Chiffoniers 23.00 13.10
1 Child's Reed Morris Chair 11.50 3.75
2 Velour Couches 20.00 12.10
3 Velour Couches 18.00 9.80
1 Golden Oak Hall Hack 13.75 8.50
1 Golden Oak Sideboard 19.00 11.00
2 Double Swell-front Chiffoniers.... 24.50 14.00
3 Corner Chairs 15.00 7.50
1 Serving Table 19.00 11.60
1 Serving Table 18.00 14.00
1 Sideboard 19.00 9.50
1 Mahogany Chiffonier 32.00 18.00
1 HaU Hack 15.00 9.50
1 Oak Sideboard 30.00 15.00
2 Oak Chiffoniers 17.50 10.80
2 Serving Tables 16.00 9.00
1 Oak Dresser 30.00 15.00
1 Oak Dresser 19.75 12.90
1 Oak Sideboard 40.00 21.00
1 Velour Couch 20.00 9.00
1 Oak"" Hall Rack 36.00 22.00
1 Oak Chiffonier 16.00 9.80
2 Oak Hall Racks 17.50 9.50
1 Serving Table 22.00 14.50
2 Velour Couches 30.00 18.00
3 Oak Sideboards 21.00 11.90
1 Velour Couch 20.00 11.00
1 Swell-front Chiffonier 18.00 9.00
1 Ijarge Hrill Ruck 42.00 25.00
2 Sideboards 17.00 9.80
4 Velour Couches 24.00 14.00
2 Toilet Tallies 25.00 12.50
1 Music Cabinet 21.50 11.90
1 Hall Rack 10.00 6.90
1 Parlor Cabinet 19.00 12.10
1 Parlor Cabinet 36.00 19.90
1 Chiffonier 16.00 8.90
1 Rattan Divan 30.00 12.00
1 Rattan Parlor Chair 22.00 9.00
1 Hall Arm Chair 13.50 0.90
3 Inlaid Reception Chairs 10.00 5.00
2 Mahogany Rockers 5.25 3.35
1 Rattan Easy Chair 16.50 8.90
4 Cobbler Seat Rockers 4.75 2.40
1 Rattan Arm Chair 16.60 9.00
2 Reception Chairs 21.00 10.00
1 Arm Parlor Chair 14.50 7.50
1 Reception Chair 16.00 9.00
2 Ladles' Desks 8.25 4.35
1 Mahogany Shaving Stand 21.00 10.90
3 Oak Pedestals 6.25 2.90
3 Parlor Tables C.50 3.85
2 Toilet Tables 21.00 12.60
3 Mahogany Cobbler Rockers 4.35 2.35
6 Oak Rockers 3.00 1.85
16 Morris Chairs 12.00 6.96
I Turkish Chair 45.00 20.00
5 Corner Chairs 18.00 9.00
3 Reception Chairs 13.00 6.50
Set 6 Leather Dining Chairs 65.00 85.00
Set 6 Leather Dining Chairs 42.00 24.00
1 Mahogany Rocker 10.00 6.96
14 Rattan Rockers 6.50 8.35
8 Rattan Rockers 4.50 2.15
5 Child's Rattan Rockers 2.50 1.60
9 India Seats 1.25 69c.
8 Oak Tabourettes 6.00 3.75
1 Rattan Tabourette 3.50 1.50
2 Parlor Tables 4.00 1.90
2 Revolving Music Chairs 6.50 3.95
6 Pictures 3.00 1.50
See These Wonders on the
Third Floor.
WAS NOW
2 3-plece Parlor Suites $20.00 ?10.90
1 3-piece Parlor Suite 52.00 13).65
1 4-pIece Parlor Suite, damaged... 42.00 19.75
1 5-piece Tarlor Suite 38.00 21.50
1 5-piece Parlor Suite, damaged... 90.00 87.35
2 5-plece Overstuffed Suites 70.00 35.00
1 5-plece Parlor Suite 28.00 14.90
3 5-piece Parlor Suites 60.00 33.50
4 5-plece Parlor Suites 76.00 37.50
1 5-plece Parlor Suite 45.00 23.75
1 5-plece Parlor Suite 25.00 11.50
1 5-plece Parlor Suite 88.00 45.00
1 5-plece Parlor Suite 119.00 60.75
1 2-plece Parlor Suite 75.00 44.00
1 Mahog&iv Window Seat 85.00 40.00
2 Overstuffed Divans 35.00 17.75
1 Overstuffed Easy Chair 40.00 19.50
1 Mahogany Easy Clialr 60.00 27.50
1 Gilt Window Seat 25.00 11.75
1 Gilt Conversation Chair 80.00 16.50
8 Gilt Reception Chairs 18.00 8.50
2 Gilt Reception Chairs 80.00 16.75
1 Gilt Divan 75.00 40.00
1 3-plece Overstuffed Suite 80.00 43.20
.Lanslburglh
Furniture Co.,
1226 F St. N.W.
Taking Up
Drawing or
? Painting?
You'll get the proper implements if you
make your selections from our new stock.
Everything the art student requires?the
best Pencils, the best Brushes, the best
Instruments, Drawing Boards. Easels, &c.
Our experience and advice will be of valu
able assistance to you.
Geo. F. Maith & Co.,
??JESS?- 418 7th Street.
selO-tf-28
A CarpefSnapf
?Fine Roxbury Tapestry
Brussels, regu
larly worth $i
yard, for
No matter where yon look, you won't find
another such showing of beautiful and ex
clusive patterns In fine Roxbury Tapestry
Brussels Carpets. The true $1 quality for
82!4c- yard.
'he Houghton Co., 1214
sel0 20d
Milk Bread
?is wholesome because it is pure;
it is enjoyed by the thousands who
eat it because it is just as delicious
as it is nutritious.
Mixed with milk instead of water and baked
to a torn in a home oven. Delivered fresh
dally. Sc. a loaf.
Holmes' Bakery, ist & E Sts.
Jyl6-3m,20 'Phone 16*4.
U
Altered and Repaired daring
SEPTEHBER at
SUMMER PRICES.
The very finest work la assured?'It
wa repair or alter worn Fun. Lai
aa remodel your Cape, Jacket or
Collarette?to conform to tba new
(all styles. Reasonable prices.
s?d8lb
WOLF FUR CO.,
913 O N.W.
<^RTINJWO^^M|r^i^>^2.m,w^-tf;a^
? - * St
The BftstjShoe for Women?"Sorosis."
Shoes for
Women.
?A shoJ'for women of discernment.?A shoe for women who
know the mark of quality.?A shoe for women to whom good
shoemaklng i&eans something. Every variation of the foot is
provided-for in Sorosis lasts. That means comfort. You can
wear smaller iSorosis Shoes than any others because the
shoe is built to suit your foot and not expanded in one pftce
to make up for a contraction in another.
10?Never More?Never Less.
?Washington's Sorosis home is the brightest, handsomest,
most convenient shoe house in America. We believe in com
fort for our patrons. The decorations are pleasing to the
eye?they are in good taste?the arrangement convenient?
the store one you'll like to visit.
?The best time to learn Sorosis points of excellence is now
when you are planning your fall and winter wardrobe. A
shoe for every costume?and one price?$3.50. Slippers,
too.
S. Bamberger Co., 112113 F.
Curse
-OP?
DRINK
?CURED BY?
White Ribbon Remedy.
CAN BE GIVEN IN GUASS OF WATER, TEA
OR COFFEE WITHOUT PATIENT'S KNOWL
EDGE. White Ribbon Remedy will cure or de
stroy the diseased appetite for alcoholic stimu
lants, whether the patleut Is a confirmed Ine
briate, "a tippler," social drinker or drunkard.
Impossible for any one to have an appetite for
alcoholic liquors after using
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
Indorsed by members of W. C. T. U.
Mrs. MOORE, Superintendent of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, writes: "I hare
tested White Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate
drunkards and the cures have been many. In
many cases the Remedy was given secretly. I
cheerfully recommend and Indorse White Ribbon
Remedy. Members of oar union are delighted
to flna a i actlcal and economical treatment to
aid us in our temi>erance work."
Mrs. WEST, President of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union, states: "I know of so
many people redeemed from the enrse of drink
by the use of White Ribbon Remedy that I
earnestly request you to give It a trial." For
sale by druggists everywhere or by mall, $1.00.
Trial packoge free by writing or calling oa MRS.
A. M. TOWNSEND (for years secretary of the
Woman's Christian Teinperanv* Union), 218 TRE
MONT ST., BOSTON. MASS. Sold In Wash
ington at Stevens' Pharmacy, 0th st. and Pa. ave.
se4-w4s-10lt-48
V
f CA1PET
A ? V
| Hade, Laid amid
i Lined Free.
? 0 '
? Our new fall stock con
? tains the best and most reli
able grades df Vfclvet, Brus
X sels, Tapestry and Ingrain
Carpets. We warrant the
| qualities to prove durable and
*:* satisfactory in every respect.
{ All Carpets sold by us will be 1 *
made, laid and lined free of
X extra cost, and we make no
charge for the waste occa
& sioned in matching figures.
X New Parlor, Bed Room and
? Dining Room Furniture is
X here in great variety, and you
X are welcome to a choice from
? this great houseful of Fur
X niture, Carpets, Crockery, ?
X etc., on credit. Payments will x
X be arranged to suit your con- ^
venience, weekly or monthly. X
I
| Qrogara's |
Mammoth Credit House, X
817-819-821-823 7th St. N. W. X
Between H and I Sts.
For
Telegrams,
Cablegrams
40
or Messengers
use the
Postal Telegraph
Service.
40 branches in Washington.
Telephone, Main 458,
or ring Postal Messenger call box.
4A .n m ~r HIJ
anl0-42d ,
?fc?m
Tooth
Preparations!
Llsterlne, $1.00 slse..i B9c.
Llstcrlne, 28c. slse 18c.
Sanltol Wash, 60c. slxe, 88c.; 8 bottles for...$1.00
Sanltol Paste, 28c. slxe ITc.
Socodont, large slae...*. 60c.
Sosodont, small slse..?.#.-i n..lTc.
Phillips' MUk Magnesia! $0c. *lze 88c.
? Tooth Powder.??????????*????..18c.
Gaidar's Toott Powder.?,..^ 17c.
- John W* Jennings,
Wholesale and! Retail Druggist,
1142 Conn. Ave.
?e2-tf,28
Hair Goods at Half Price.
to Hal* Dyeing and
Imperial Hair Regenerator for re
storing gray hair
Natural color, $1.25.
S. HELLER'S,
M?20d no 8BVBKTB Bt.-N.tr,
#
EYES flaking Any j
eye! ^?laLsse'S Suit. ;
EYES Are you one of the *
EYES many who buy a pair ?
pvpc of cheap glasses "you ?
cvcc. think 'are ri?ht' and ?
EYES make 'em do?" "It's ?
EYES wrong." You are do- ?
EYES ing yourself an i jury. *
EYES It costs you nothing ?
pvpc to have your eyes ex- ?
Ivi j
EYES And he will fix the ?
EYES glasses to suit your I
EYES eyes. ;
R. Harris & Co.,:
Cor. 7th <& D Sts., I
One Block from Pa. Ave. I
The Uush
Has Begun.
Comparisons have shown
all who have made them that
the House Fittings can be
selected with MUCH satis
faction, and bought to BEST
ADVANTAGE HERE.
The new stocks are large.
The prices low.
Deposits will hold selections for later
delivery
Hoeke,
"Home's Fittings," Pa. ave. and 8th st.
It
Every bottle of Tharp's Berkeley
Rye holds the full quantity?four
quart bottles to the gallon. 'Phone
1141.
812 P street
only.
I have been troubled with
my stomach and I have used
R.I.P.A.N.S Tabules and
have found them a great suc
cess. One gives relief.
At Druggists
Five Cents for Package Con
taining Ten.
Jy26-312t-42
k "Plumbing Exclusively."
(New Bath Rooms.
. Let us take out the old
I bath room fixtures and put
i in new?the finest the times
' have produced.
j ?See our Show Rooms.
R. B. Caverly, 504 & 50610th.
i sel0-3m.20
SUIT AGAINST SURETIES.
Allegei to Be Responsible for Wm. G.
Lowb'i Shortcoming*.
Messrs Scaggs and Beck, as attorneys
for the heirs of the late Warren Jesse
Lown, today filed suit on the law side of
the Supreme Court of the District of Co
lumbia, In the name of the United States
of America, to the use of Bertha V. Kepp
ler, Jesse W. Lown and May Lown, against
WRliam H. Baum, Raphael O. Gwynn,
Nazareth Bunch and Harry M. Schneider,
aa sureties, and William G. Lown, as prin
cipal, to recover the sum of 980,000. This
suit la the outgrowth of a petition filed in
the Orphans' Court by the same attorneys
last December for an accounting, in con
nection with which It was charged that the
fortune of the wards had been devastated
and dissipated by the guardian, William G.
Lown. The matter was referred to Louis
A. Dent as special auditor, who reported
to the court a case at alleged negligence
and recklessness on the part of the guar
dian, who has left this jurisdiction.
Malaria Causes Biliousness.
Glare's Tuteleas OUU Tonic restores the cause.
THE WORLD OF SOCIETY
0
marriage today op well-known
WASHINGTON! AXS.
Weddiagi Yesterday at Takoni Park
and Anaeostla?Imterestlav Travel
Plans and Personal Notes.
I Mr. George C. Hennlng, president of the
Traders' National Bank, and Mrs. Caro
line Baldwin, widow of Mr. Brent. L. Bald
win, will be married this afternoon at 5
o'clock. Only intimate friends and relatives
have been Invited to witness the ceremony.
The Misses Tyler, daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Tyler, were maid of honor and
bridesmaid yesterday at the marriage at
New London, Conn., of Miss Helen Ban
croft and Mr. D. E. Griswold.
Last evening at the residence of Mr.
James Irwin Campbell, Maple avenue, Ta
koma Park, his daughter, Miss Corinne
May Campbell, and Mr. George Francis Wil
liams were married. The wedding was a
quiet one on account of the recent death
of the bride's mother, and was witnessed
by few outside of the Immediate relatives
of the couple. The ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. William I. Campbell of Kingoes,
N. J., brother of the bride, assisted by Rev.
John Van Ness of Takoma Park. The bride
was becomingly attired in white organdy
and chiffon, and carried bride roses. Her
sister Miss Mary B. Campbell, the brides
maid, wore white organdy over pink and
carried pink roses. The groom was attend
ed by Dr. W. W. Hodges as best man. The
parlors were handsomely decorated with
roses and palms. Later in the evening a
collation was served, after which Mr. and
Mrs. Williams left for New York and Bos
ton. They will be at home, Wednesdays
luring October, at the residence of Mr.
L. Follmer, Carroll avenue, Takoma
Park.
Mrs. Emily Lee Sherwood and Mr. Wil
iam Henry Ragan were quietly married
>y the Rev. John Van Schaloh, jr., at
he residence of her brother, Mr. M. G.
-/ee. Anacostia Heights, D. C., Tuesday,
September 10, in the presence of a few in
imate friends of the family. Immediately
ifter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Ragan
eft for a trip to Buffalo. Niagara Falls
-nd Greencastle, Ind. Mr. Ragan Is at
present connected with the division of
iomology. United States Department of
Agriculture. The couple will reside after
)ctober 15 at the Loudoun, 312-314 East
Capitol street.
The Misses Julia Lacey and Mary
Tughes of Philadelphia, after a pleasant
isit to Mrs. Mary Cashman of 2100 Ward
lace, have returned home.
Mrs. Katharine Taylor, wife of Capt. F.
I. Taylor of the western division, pension
ureau, has gone to Albany to spend a
lonth with her parents.
Miss Conway of Thomas circle has just
^turned from a most delightful outing
trough the north and west, stopping at
tie exposition, Niagara, Chicago, Muske
on. Sylvan Beach, Mich.; St. Paul and
?etrolt.
Miss Rose L. Levy is spending a few
eeks with relatives and friends in New
ork and vicinity.
Mr. J. S. Brlggs and family have re
lrned from their visit to Atlantic City.
Captain and Mrs. Galloway of 3514 13th
;reet left for Cleveland, Buffalo and Can
da Sunday night, to remain ten days.
Miss Perie Anderson and Miss Grace Hills
re the guests of Miss Marie Hartsock at
ar-Lew Lodge, near Laurel, for a few
eeks.
Miss Lizzie Banes of Hyattsvllle, Md..
and Mrs. E. Davidson of this city left this
morning for a visit of ten days to Phila
delphia and New York.
Miss Edna Earle Phillips left the city
Monday evening In company with mem
bers of the Grand Army for Cleveland,
Ohio, where she will be the guest of her
cousin, Mrs. A. G. Lawrence, until the
opening of school, September 23.
Miss Florence Brennan, daughter of Dr.
Thomas Brennan of New York city, re
turned home Tuesday after a pleasant visit
with her cousin. Miss Carrie Brennan.
Mrs. Cutshaw and her daughter, Mrs.
Stocks, have returned from Little Rock,
Ark. Accompanying them is Mr. R. E.
Wiley and wife, who will make a brief visit
to the parental home, 1220 Princeton street.
Dr. Coblenz has Just returned from a
visit to Frederick, Md., where his wife is
detained by her mother's illness.
Mrs. Albert G. Brackett left yesterday
for Louisville, Ky? to be absent indefinite
ly. She will visit her mother.
Ada Beatrix Thompson, daughter of F.
I. Thompson of 8434 Brightwood avenue,
and Mr. Harvey K. Shaner were married
at the Church of the Sacred Heart, Mt.
Pleasant, Monday. The bride wore white
organdy and carried bride roses. Her
cousin. Miss Maude C. Thompson, was
bridesmaid and also wore white organdy
and carried roses. The best man was Geo.
Ryan, cousin of the groom. After the cere
mony It supper followed at the home of the
bride's parents. Others present were
the groom's parents and the bride's aunt,
Mrs. Coupard, and Miss Coupard of Ken
sington, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thompson,
Mr. Clarence Thompson, Mr. George Ryan,
Miss Jessie Shaner and Miss Maude
Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Shaner left later
for their future home on Rhode Island
avenue. Many handsome presents were re
ceived.
Mr. Stephen S. Lee has sent out Invita
tions for the marriage of her granddaugh
ter, Sarah Fenner Lee, to Mr. John Mosley
Walker, Wednesday, October 2, at 12
o'clock, at 1901 North Charles street, Bal
timore.
Miss Minnie A. Bruseke and Mr. Hezeklah
W. McCauley were married Tuesday by the
Rev. J. Russell Verbrycke at the parson
age, 936 T street. Immediately after the
ceremony the couple left fdfr a trip to New
York and will be pleased to see their
friends after September 17 at their resi
dence, 2242 Brightwood avenue.
HEROIC JAMES PARKER.
Movement Planned to Give Hint a
House In Washington.
At the Metropolitan A. M. E). Church last
night, before an audience of 300, Chaplain
T. G. Steward of the 25th Infantry, U. S.
A., spoke entertainingly and instructively
on 'The Philippines," describing the cli
mate, the people, their social life, their
dress and many of the customs of the
country.
At the conclusion of the lecture Chaplain
Steward referred to the dastardly attempt
on the life of President McKInley and the
prompt and heroic action of James Parker,
who forcibly prevented Czolgosz from
keeping up his deadly fusillade and caus
ing Instant death. This act of Parker, he
thought, should be recognized by some
suitable testimonial. He suggested that by
popular subscription a fund be raised and
that a home here at the national capital be
presented to Parker. After brief addresses
by R. S. Smith, Wm. H. H. Hart and James
M. Ricks, a committee of five was appoint
ed by J. W. Cromwell, who persided. as
follows: W. H. H. Hart, Rev. A. C. Gar
ner, W. H. Richards, Mrs. M. C. Terrell
and Henry E. Baker.
HAD A PIT IN COURT.
Then the Subject and a Co-PrUoner
Were Pined for Assaulting an Officer.
When Benjamin Bushrod and Ellsworth
Blackwell, both colored, were arraigned in
the Police Court for making an assault on
Officer Harry Evans, and while Clerk Potts
was reading the charge, Blackwell was
token with a fit and fell to the floor. There
was considerable excitement among the
spectators, but Judge Scott had the man
removed as soon as possible to the Jury
room, where he remained until he recovered
sufficiently to allow the trial to proceed.
Officer Evans testified that while on his
way home about midnight, and at the cor
ner of Delaware avenue and M street
southwest, he was stopped by the aooused
men and each seized him by one of his
arms. The officer drew his pistol and
marched both to the fourth precinct sta
tion, whert both were locked up. Judge
Scott decided the case made out and fined
each $20, with sixty days in Jail in default.
Supplee Released oa Road.
At a late hour yesterday afternoon Henry
Supplee, charged with embezzlement,, gav?
bond In 16,500 for the action of the grand
Jury, and was released from custody. Leo
Vogt qualified as surety.
MR. CHAS. KIXG DEAD.
For Forty Years a Resldeat of Tkii
City.
Mr. Charles Kins, a resident of Wash*
lrgton for nearly forty years, died at hi*
residence, No. 1315 12th street, at an early,
hour this morning after an illness begin
ning with an acute attack of pneumonia la
January last, from the effects of which hs
was never able to rally. He celebrated his
eightieth birthday October 22. 1900. but was
then of unusual vigor of mind and body for
his advanced years. His fatal Illness may
fairly be ascribed to his continued Interest
in public affairs, as it resulted from a cold
contracted in sitting In the Supreme Court
room throughout the argument of the In
sular cases.
Mr. King leaves a widow, having but re
cently celebrated their golden wedding, and
five children. His eldest son, by a former
marriage. Dr. Charles Henry King of New
York, died about eighteen years ago, and
a daughter by that marriage, Mrs. Isaao
Jlmerson, lives in Takoma Park. The sur
viving children of the second marriage are
George A. King and William B. King, both
practicing lawyers here; Mrs. Dr. Wm. K.
Butler and Miss Anna 8. King of this city.
Sixteen grandchildren survive him.
Mr. King was born in the county of Es
sex in England In 1810, and came to this
country In 1830, settling first in New Jer
sey and later moving to New York, where
his early manhood was spent In mer<">*ntile
pursuits. He removed to Minnesota in
1M2, and after being there for some years
his fondness for legal study led him to
seek admission to the bar of Minnesota,
where he practiced until 1MH2. when he
came to Washington. He served for a time
In the army hospital corps and later was a
clerk In the office of the surgeon general of
the army, resigning this position to engage
again in legal practice, making a specialty
of cases before the Court of Claims and
In the department, first In association with
General John B. Sanborn of Minnesota and
later with his two sons. Since his retire
ment in 1W they have continued the prac
tice together.
Mr. King served as a trustee of colored
public schools under the city government
prior to the organization of the District in
1871 and also as a fire commissioner. He
was for some years active In the work of
the Grand Army of the Republic as a
member of Lincoln Post. No. 3, and was a
delegate for several years to the annual
encampments. He has been for over ten
years a member of the vestry of Ascension
Church and had a large share In placing it
on a sound financial basis.
CURSED THE JI DGK.
A Prisoner Makes a Sensational Scene
In the Police Court.
When Fred Hunter, alias Albert Drum
mond, a man about thirty years oid. who
was arrested last night for alleged dis
orderly conduct at the Pennsylvania depot,
was arraigned In the Police Court today
he turned upon Judge Mills with an oath
and also cursed the officer who arrested
him. Every effort was made to quiet him
without avail. He was finally carried to a
cell. The court ordered that an investiga
tion be made Into his mental condition.
Charge of Libel.
William J. Elliott, editor of the Globe,
was today charged In the Police Court with
libel by Joseph H. Beckwlth, In that he
published an article in his paper on Sep
tember 8 which is declared by Beckwith to
be false. The accused waived examination,
and was released on $300 bond for the ac
tion of the grand Jury.
MARRIED.
WILLIAMS?CAMPBELL. On Tuesday, September
10, 1001. at the residence of the hrhle's father.
Mr. James Irwin <'ampbell, Takoma 1'ark, D.
O., by the Kev. William I. Campbell, brothef
of the bride, assisted by Kev. John Van New,
Mr. GEORGE FRANCIS WILLIAMS to Mlas
CORINNE MAY CAMPBELL, both of Takoma
Fark, D. C. ?
DIED.
CARTER. On Monday, September 9, 1901, MAMIB
ELLEN, beloved wife of Charles T. (barter and
daughter of Motes P. and Ellen D. Rice, this
city.
Funeral from the residence of her father. Brook*
land, D. C., Thursday, September 12, at 11
a.m. Funeral p.-vate. 2*
JONES. On Tuesday, Septeml>er 10, 1001. at 10:40
p.m., REBECCA, widow of Alexander Hamilton
Jones.
Funeral from chapel of < >ak Hill cemetery. Friday,
September 13, at 10:30 a.m. Relatives and
friends Invited. ?
KING. On Wednesday. Sentember 11, 1901, at 4
a.m., at his residence, 1315 12th street.
CHARLES KING, in the eighty-first year of hfs
age.
Funeral private, on Thursday afternoon. Interment
at Oak Hill. ?
LEE. Departed this life Monday, September 9,
1901, at 11:15 p.m., GEOIUiE FRANK Lilt
LEE.
When we asunder part
It gives us inward tialn;
But we shall lie Joined In heart
And hope to meet again.
Funeral from his late residence. 1614 M street
northwest, Thursday, September 12, at 8:30
p.m. Relatives and friends are Invited to be
present. 2*
LISSBERGER. At Chicago, on September 10, 1901,
MICHAEL LISSBKRGER, brother of N. W.?
A. E. Llssberger and Mrs. E. Stelnem. *
MAHANY. Departed this life Tuesday, September
10, 1601, at 2:40 a.m., NONA, beloved wife of
Matthew B. Mahany.
Funeral from her late residence, 2213 L street
northwest, Thursday at 8:30 a.m., thence to St,
Stephen's Church. Relatives and friends Invited
to attend. 2*
REID. On Tuesday, September 10, 1901, at 7:15
a.m., WILLIAM T. KELD, aged thirty-four
years.
Funeral from bis late residence, 47 E street north
west, Thursday, September 12, at 3:30 p.m.
Friends Invited. 2*
ROBERTSON. On September 10. 1901, at Wash
ington Asylum Hospital, ROBERT KOBER1V
SON.
Body at District of Columbia morgue. Will be held
thirty-six hour*. *
ROLLINS. Departed this life on Tuesdav, Sep
tember 10, 1901, at 4:80 a.m.. ARTHUR, be
loved husband of Susan Rollins and loving
father of Bessie E. Jones. Hattie Simmons and
Ell Rollins, In bis seventy-fifth year.
Fnneral from his late residence, 1711 8th street
northwest, Thursday, September 12, at %
o'clock. (Baltimore, New York and Denver pa
pers please copy.) ?
STEWART. On Wednesday, September 11. 1901,
at 7:30 a.m., BESSIE L., daughter of Columbus
and Lizzie 0. Stewart, aged nine years and
eight months.
Funeral from the residence of her parents. 1502
8th street northwest, Friday, 18th instant, at
2:30 p.m. 2*
In Memorlana.
DOBSON. In memory of HENRY A. DOBSON.
first sergeant of Company D, 1st D. C. Volun
teers, war with Spain, who died in the service
of the United States September 11, 1898, aged
twenty years.
lie was an Intensely patriotic boy, eager to fol
low the flag he loved and almost worshiped. He
thought over the situation and said if his life was
needed to free Cuba his country should have it.
As a soldier he was true to his oath, prompt and
efficient, and was recommended by his superior*
for appointment in the regular army.
For his sterling qualities of head and heart, both
as a soldier and a citizen, he was dearly loved by
those who knew him, and la sincerely mourned by
his many friends. ?
SAUNDERS. In loving remembrance of my father,
WILLIAM SAUNDERS, who passed away one
Sear ago today?September 11, 1900. Born at
t- Andrews, Scotland, December 7, 1822.
"He who tholes, conquers."
? BELLE O. SAUNDERS.
SULLIVAN. In sad but loving remembrance of my
dear departed husband, THOMAS SUIJJVAN,
who died one year ago today, September 1L
1900. A loving husband and a kind and devote!
father.
May he rest in peace.
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