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Ladies, we are having a special sale this week on Mme. Yale's cele
brated line of Toilet preparations and Health remedies. There is no need
for comment on their value, as their great merit has long since been es
tablished and their international fame has made them the standard prep
arations of the world. Mme. Yale's specialties are not cheaj^ they are
too good for that. Cheap preparations are apt to do more harm than
good. Mme. Yale's own phenomenal beauty offers the best proof of the
efficacy of the Yale remedies. All women should follow her example by
taking advantage of the Yale system.
Cut Prices?Free Sampleso
Commencing tomorrow iind continuing for the balance of the week we shall sell Mme. Yale's
entire line at neatly reduced prices, and give a large-sized Jar of Mme. Yale's famous Almond Blos
som Complexion Cream with every purchase amounting to 75 cents. Mme. Yale advises the removal of
sunburn anil tan from the akin as quickly as possible, as It ruins the complexion If allowed to remain
for any great length of time. Dead skin soon becomes callous, and wrinkles follow. Mme. Yale's
Complexion Cieain will remove sunburn and tan. Mme. Yale's Skin Food will nourish dry, harsh
skit; and make it fresh and youthful. It is a specific for wrinkle*.
Mme. Vale has a complete line of Internal and external remedies from which ladies can moke
their selection. Kindly read the list quoted below and our prices for this week.
J1ADAJ1E YALE SENDS
A REPRESENTATIVE.
We an- also pleased to announce that one of Mme. Yale's expert assistants will be In charge of
Mme. Yale's department In our store during this week for the purpose of answering questions an<l
assisting ladles In the selection of the remedies best adapted to their needs. We cordially Invite the
ladles to visit our Yale Beauty Department to meet her. MMK. YALE'S BOOK FREE.
MME. YALE'S LIST
?OUR PRICES,
M'ne. Yale's Scientific Hair Tonic, regular price $1.00, our price 75c.
Mm> Vale's Skin Food Youth Rejnvenator and Wrinkle Eradlcator, regular price $1.50 and
$3.oO, oar price $1.3o and $2.50.
Mme. Yal?'s Almond Blossom Complexion Cream, regular price $1.00 Jar, our price 83 cents.
Mine. Yale'* Complexion Bleach, regular price $2.00 liottle, our price $1.85.
Mme. Yale's Special Lotion and Special Ointment Cure for Skin Diseases, regular price $1.00
each, our price 83c. each.
Mme. Yale's Hand Whltener, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mme. Yale's "Great Scott" Cure for Superfluous Hair, sample slxe. regular price $1.00. our
price 83c.
Mine. Yale's Skin Refiner, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mme. Yale's Lily Skin Whitener, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mine. Yale's Blush of Youth, External Tonic for Flabby Flesh, regular price $3.00, our price
$2.50.
Mm'.*. Yale's Bust Food, regular price $1.50 and $3.00, our price $1.30 and $2.50.
Mine. Yale's Lit Freckla. cure for Freckles, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mme. Yale's Fruit Cura, an Invigorating tonic for women, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mine. Yale's Digestive Tablets, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mme. Yale's Complexion Tablets, rapid blood makers, regular prici $1.00, our price 83c.
Mine Yale's Fertilizer Tablets Constipation Cure, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mme. Yale's Blood Tonic, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Muie. Yale's Elixir of Beauty gives brilliant expression; regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Muie. Yale's Magical Secret, a beantlfier, regular price $1.50, our price $1.30.
Mme. Yale's Face Enamel, a skin dressing, regular price $1.50, our price $1.30.
Mme. Yale's Antiseptic*. for toilet and medicinal uses, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mme. Yale's Eyelash Grower, regular price $1.00. our price 81c.
Muie. Yale's Mole and Wart Exterminator, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mme. Yale's Complexion Powder, regular price 50c., our price 42c.
Miue. Vale's Complexion Soap, regular price 2.V., our price 19c.
Mme. Yale's Corn Cure, regular price 25c., our j<rice 21c.
Mme. Yule's Ilalr Cleanser, for shampooing, regular price $1.00, our price 83c.
Mm. Yale's Remedies are Health Restoratives and Natural Beautiflers: their action Is hygienic,
?>t artificial.
S. KANN, SONS & CO.,
8th and MARKET SPACE.
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Greens, browns and olives are the shades
for stylish dressers. We have them in
stripes, checks and over plaids.
The prices are the lowest compatible
with first=class workmanship and trim
rnings.
We offer three special Sines of suitings.
TO ORDER,
$18 and $20.
The same values will cost you $5.00 a
suit more elsewhere.
We would call your attention to the fact
that our linings are particularly fine this
season.
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Tailors, 12th and FSts. N.W.
W. C. JONES, Manager.
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Anacoatla and Vicinity.
James Graham and Thomas Griffith of
Anacoatia yesterday took into custody In
the wood# at Congress Heights an escaped
inmate of St. Elizabeth's Asylum for the
Insane. The patient was a soldter and
had been roaming around Congress
Heights. He gave no trouble to his captors
and was returned to the Institution.
Benjamin F. Joy of this place recent
ly bought and had sawed into togs a very
large walnut tree, which has been an old
landmark for years past i# the town of
Upper Marlboro', Prince George's county,
Md. The tree Is estimated by Mr. Joy to
have reached an age of between 400 and
500 years. It measured at the base about
llv? feet In diameter. It proved to be of a
bard and superior variety of the walnut,
and from the main trunk Mr. Joy secured
aeven large logs for commercial purposes
Rev. E. W. Bliss, pastor of the Anacostla
Baptist Church, took occasion yesterday to
devote a portion of his sermon at the
ohapel service* at St. Elizabeth's Asylum
for the Insane to the national tragedy. Mr.
8. G. Young, the director of the choir, ren
dered the solo, "Lead, Kindly Light."
Other appropriate hymns were also sung.
The gold watcft and chain stolen two
weeks ago from Thomas J. Moran, a work
man at Bt. Elisabeth's Asylum for the In
sane, hare been recovered from a city
yKwnahoD by th? dctcrtlvM Th? lh"?;
committed In one of the asylum buildings
near the river The officers have not yet
succeeded in locating the thief.
It was announced at the services yester
day at St. Teresa's Church that the sched
ule of high masses and vespers will go in/to
effect next Sunday at the church. The
choir, under Its new director, Mr. Bernard
J. Ryan, will then return to duty.
Miss Emma Dodge has returned home
from Belvtdere, N. J.
Mr. James Halley of Maple avenue,
whose right hand was badly hurt by the
K ck of a horse recently, Is improving.
Both Held for Grand Jury.
Walter L. H. Taylor, who, as stated In
The Star of Saturday, was charged with
the embezzlement of $276.15 from the Union
News Company, today in the Police Court
waived examination and was held by Judge
Scott in *1.000 bonds for the aotion of the
grand jury.
Similar action was taken In the case of
Charles, alias George, Miagruder, wtio was
charged with snatching a pocket book con
taining $11.40 from Mrs. Susie Parker.
Frank West, colored, was today convict
ed in the Police Court of striking Rufua
H. Vincent In the face with his flat on a
City and Suburban railway car Saturday
evening last, and Judge Scott fined him
$10, with nJtern?ti?e :?f thirty <l*y?
ALEXANDRIA AFFAIRS
Labor Council, Jr. 0. U. A. M.f Cele
brates Its Eleventh Anniversary.
TRIROTE TO MEMORY LATE PRESIDENT
Opening of Fall Term of the Cir
cuit Criurt.
GENERAL AND PERSONAL
Evening Star Bureau.
No. 701 King Street,
Bell Telephone No. 100,
ALEXANDRIA, Va,, September 23, 1901.
The annual sermon before Alexandria
Council, No. 34, Jr. O. U. A. M.. was preach,
ed last evening in the First Baptist Church
by the pastor. Rev. Dr. G. L. Hunt. The
members of the order, entered in a body
and occupied the central seats of the audi
torium. "Liberty. Equality and Frater
nity" was the theme discussed by pr. Hunt.
In the course of his remarks he made an
eloquent eulogy of the late President Mc
Klnley. A special musical program was
well rendered. The occasion was in ob
servance of the eleventh anniversary of the
order.
Memorial services in honor of the mem
ory of the late President were held last
evening in Robert's M. E. Chapel (colored),
on South Washington street. Rev. B. T.
Perkins, the pastor, presided. Addresses
were made by W. B. Dulany, F. H. M.
Murray, C. H. Madella and R. J. Preston.
The choir under the direction of P. H.
Lumpkins rendered special music.
Services in tribute to the memory of
President McKinley were also held yester
day afternoon in the Cooper memorial
room of the John Hay Industrial School,
under the auspices of the Frederick Doug
lass Association. Magnus L. Robinson, the
president of the association, presided and
made an address, his subject being the
"Christian President?McKinley." Other
addresses were made by W. B. Lewis of
Alabama, W. C. Payne, Rev. R. Brammen
Robinson, president of the school, and
others.
Fnneral of Benjamin E. Dement.
Funeral servicts over the remains of Ben
jamin E. Dement, whose death occurred
Thursday morning, took place yesterday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock from his late residence.
No. "rtfi South Lee street. Riiv. J. A. Jef
fers of Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church
conducted the services, which were at
tended by many friends and relatives of
the deceased. Among the tloral tributes
was a design in the shape of a car, sent
by the employes of the Washington, Alex
androa and Mount Vernon railroad, who
were associated with Mr. Dement for many
years. The Junior Order United American
Mechanics, the Odd Fellows and Marley
Encampment, of which lodges the deceased
was a member, were in attendance. The
following were the pallbearers: Messrs. G.
Nelson Cradlin. J. R. Mansfield, W.P. Hen
shaw, W. W. Sherwood, Benjamin Whaley
and Charles Mumford. Interment was
made in Bethel cemetery.
Cart Derailed.
A wreck occurred last evening on the
Warrenton branch of the Southern raHj
road. Two passenger cars attached to the
train running between Calverton Junction
and Warrenton were derailed. So far as is
known here no one was seriously injured.
A wrecking train was sent to the scene of
the accident and the tracks were soon
cleared.
Circuit Court Opens.
The fall term of the circuit court for this
city. Judge Charles E. Nlcol presiding,
opened this morning in the corporation
court room shortly after 10 o'clock. Sev
eral damage suits against the Washington,
Alexandria and Mount Vernon Railroad
Company were set for trial. The case of
Laura E. Ridgeway against the above
named company has been set for tomorrow
at the last term. The plaintiff sues for
damages in the sum of $15,000 for personal
injuries alleged to have been sustained In
an accident on the road October 14 last.
She is represented by Attorney J. K. M.
Norton. It is said this case will go over,
as Messrs. R. W. Moore and Eppa Hunton.
jr., of counsel for the defense, are attend
ing the constitutional convention in Rich
mond. They are associated with Attorney
A. W. Armstrong, the local counsel.
Free Methodist Conference.
The annual session of the New York con
ference of the Free Methodist Church,
which convened in the old First Presby
terian Church, on South Fairfax street,
Wednesday last, closed with preaching last
evening. Rev. John Cavanaugh was re
turned to the local church.
The following are the standing commit
tees of the conference: Committee on edu
cation, J. Gray, A. G. Miler, E. Freeman
and G. Eakins; committee on Sabbath ob
servance, J. T. Cameron, D. J. Santmier,
M. B. Myer and A. W. Myer; committee on
secret societies, A. J. Miller, J. Gray and
O. D. Seward; committee on prohibition,
D. J. Santmier,-A. W. Myer, O. V. Ketels;
committee on publication, J. T. Logan,
C. M. Sanford and J. Gray; committee on
state of the work, G. Eakins, J. T. Logan
and A. G. Miller; committee on memoirs,
O. D. Seward and G. Eakins; committee
on public worship, G. W. Coleman. G.
Eakins, J. T. Logan and J. CavaiKiugh;
committee to examine quarterly conference
records, D. J. Santmier and J. Gray. W.
B. Bertels was appointed to constitute a
committee to collect fu#ds for publishing
the minutes, and the two secretaries, J. T.
Logan and C. M. Sanford, were appointed
on a committee to have charge of the
printing of the minutes.
R. P. Johnson and G. Eakins were elect
ed trustees of the conference for a term of
three years.
Annual Appointments.
Bishop Coleman has announced the fol
lowing appointments of the members of the
conference for the ensuing year:
New York district?George Eakins, dis
trict elder; Brooklyn, O. D. Seward; Eliza
beth, to be supplied; New York, Frederick
Wurstee; Newark. O. V. Ketels; Dover and
Amity, M. B. Myer; Liberty Falls, J. W.
Tamblyn; North Settlement, M. A. Parker;
Allaben, N. Myer; Port Clinton and Milford,
D. M. Thomas.
Philadelphia district?George Eakins, dis
trict elder; Philadelphia, D. J. Santmier;
West Philadelphia, D. J. Santmier; Pleas
ant Hill and Havre de Grace, to be sup
plied; Alexandria and Washington, John
Cavanaugh; Quince Orchard, to be sup
plied; Vlneland, D. J. Santmier.
Wllkesbarre district?A. J. Miller, district
elder; Wllkesbarre and Dorranceton, J. T.
Logan; Orange and Plattsburg, J. Sutton:
Prospect Hill, W. W. Armstrong; Waverly,
Scranton and Highland, S. D. Moulter;
White Haven. Arthur Santmier; Beaumont,
M. Cruch; Beech Lake and Berlin. J.'
Wlntsch; Canaan, W. Gould; Allentown. C.
M. Sanford; Phillipsburg, to be supplied.
Windsor district?A. G. Miller, district
elder; Windsor, A. W. Myer; Unadilla, to
be supplied; Uniondale, to be supplied; Ar
rarat. E. D. Prentise; Lake Como, S. E.
Davis; Walton, L E. Barrager.
Inspection of Iafaatry.
The Alexandria Light Infantry will be
inspected tomorrow evening by Col. Jo
Lane Stern, Inspector general of the state
militia. The event will take place in
Armory Hall and Maj. William M. Smith
and his staff will be present. Admission to
the hall will be by card. At a meeting of
the company this evening the invitation to
attend the carnival association in Rich
mond next month will be acted upon.
Geaeral and Personal.
The congregation of the Second Presby
terian Church has elected Mr. K. Kemper
as delegate to attend the fall meeting of
the Chesapeake presbytery, which will as
semble tomorow evening at Bealeton, Va.
Mr. A. G^LThler was elected alternate. The
local chuTch will also be represented by
the pastor, Rev. Dr. Frank J. Brooke.
The Day of Atonement, or Yom Kippur.
is being strictly observed here today by
Hebrew citizens. All the Hebrew, busi
ness houses are closed and wlH re
oialn so until after sundown. This morn
ing at 10:89 o'clock the Jewish eongregn
Batten berg Patterns.
?it A F1TLL LINK OF BATTENBERG
P A T.TBRVS. INCLUD
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.TEBPlBCBS AND OOL ^C 11 H fTD
LAR Patterns <L/Vo IU1 {[>
f, RattfB>K-rg Linen Itraid. 36-yard
jPleces. 25c.?Thread, all cumbers. 4c.
"Jsisxd ?Buttons. all sizes, 3c. dosen.
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Our Percy Kid Gloves. ^
OUR 'PFJftCY KID" GLOVES. IN AIL v
THE NI?W FALL SHADKH. In Mark,
white. 'tot-blooC, tan. broWha
and gray*. Latent clasps;
all sia*9. .*.?..??
"THK DEPENDABLE STORK."
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FINE SHOWING OF AUTUMN DRESS GOODS
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Closed Today, But Tuesday's Magnificent Inducements Will
Make Two Days' Business in One.
UR Dress Goods Departments are radiant with the Handsome Woolen and Silk Fabrics that Dame Fashion will sanction this year.
The whole sisterhood of fabrics that are always popular, and new effects designed to become favorites is here in an assortment that
vies with the best. And right at the beginning of the season we begin to give you lower prices?economical values that make it
wise and prudent for you to buy now. The irresistible energy and enterprise of this store is shown in such magnificent induce
ments when other stores ask full values. Not for how much, but for how little we can sell, is our motto?and we still maintain
the standard of quality which has given us an enviable reputation for selling dependable merchandise.
cXS* Dress Goods,
Brilliant and subdued colorings?hundreds of
loveSy shades?most tempting prices for tomor
row.
FANCY STRirED WOOL WATSTT.YG. a cloth
with granite grounds and a pretty stripe. Oojd
for children's school waists or ladies' wnists.
Colors of blue, old rose, gar
net, preen, black, etc. Sold <1 JT /
for 19c. a yard; offered to- [I Pvl/-.r'
morrow for * &
SILK STRIPED OTTOMAN PLAIDS. 38
Inches wide, in handsome color combinations.
Very desirable for children's school a
wear. Would l>e cheap yt 39c. a XJSnT*
yard; priced tomorrow
52-inch PEBBLE CHEVIOTS, very stylish ef
fects in garnets, light and dark nary, brown,
gray, etc. This material is one of the best for
tailor-made gowns. The value is
80c. a yard, but tomorrow special (n)vU//r*
pricing gives It to you at ^
50-inch ALL-WOOL PRUNELLA CLOTH, one
of the season's newest weaves. This goods will
appeal to all dressy women. It comes In a
range of all the best liked shade# Q /fh _
for tailor-made gowns. Regular $1
grade, for
52-lnch VENETIAN CI/>TH, all wool; has a
rich and elegant finish and will make up Into
smart tailor-made gowns. Colors Include French
and navy blue, browns, grays, garnet. green and
the fashionable modes. These are _
sold almost everywhere at 98c. a /
yard; our price u ^
GILBERT'S SACKING?52 inches wide, all
wool, good weight and an excellent cloth for
every-day wear. Shown in blue, brown, green,
red. gray. tan. modes and mixed E? /TTi ?
effects. The 75c. valne, tomorrow 5^) \U/(TV
for ^
GOLF SPITING?There Is an Immense de
mand now for these goods, and this $1.75 qual
ity for $1.25 n yard is a luirgaln that women
should improve. The quality Is the hand
somest. in covert, homespuns and whipcords,
with neat plaid or plain back. Medium and
heavy weights; colors of French, navy blue,
brown, green. mode and 5 <1 P
shades of gray; tomorrow's spe- II V'iS)
clal price, a yard ?
Tai lor=made Suits, $12.5(0).
Superb inducements for Tuesday?Stylish
Suits and Skirts at extremely Sow prices.
A LOT of Ladies' very stylish Tailor-made Suits, in double
breasted Etons and vest front styles and flounce trimmed
skirts; made of best quality Cheviots, Venetians and Broad
cloths; colors include black, navy, brown and <1 S/Th
castor. These suits are' good values for $16 and
$18. Choice at
LADIES' DRESS SKIBTS; fine A11-wim>1
Venetians and Cheviots; tailored-stitched
flonnces. end some have
taffeta
good $5
black.
es. and some have
i Imnd trimmings; /f) .fv /O)
>^.,":.^!n.w.,,^-nd $3 o9o
LADIES' FINE TAFFETA SILK DRESS
SKIBTS; some have all-over tucking, others
fancy cording, others
hemstitched: they have
stylish flounces; trim
med very prettily; good,
value at $15; go at
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;$ 10.00
Fashionable and Guaranteed
Linf rags'tor Autumn Gowns
Guaranteed fast black percaline,^]] /
double fold, yard wide, nicely moired. This is a (Q) o
splendid"!oc. value. Tuesday's special price..'..
29c. TAFFETA 1'ERCATitNBVhas silk-like
swish and is guaranteed to wear.
We have these gfMids In black only. 11
For Tuesday we mark them, yard.. u vwo
A GUARANTEED
black
white
Tuesday
SHRUNK CANVAS. In
brown. slate, tan and ^ /
? . ThN is a leader at I2^c.
lay. special /^f
J. WAIST LIN
10^c.
BLACK-BACK FANCY TWILL WAIST LIN
INGS,- In a aflat rssortment
of fall patterns. Worth ltfc.
a yard. for. <
NIONTA SILK, In a guarantted fast black,
and a complete line of autumu colorings. These
make good petticoats and
coat linings; actual value.
20c. a yard, for Tuesday....
BEAUTIFUL "NEVAS" in a guaranteed
fast black and a complete line
of -olorin^s. Tuesday's spe
clal
GLITTER SILK, in fast black and a com
plete line of colorings. Mer
cerised, and equal in ap
pearance to taffeta. Tuesday,
yard 11 u f~l>.^?
nu colorings, meg
' 22?4c,
guarantee
16c.
nd a con
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Velvets for Tuesday.
NOTE how reasonable we are on the very finest and most regal
Velvets.
98c.
elvets.
A rlrh assortment of Silk Velvets, in the
leading shades for the new season. Shown in
exquisite colors of cardinal, navy, brown, pur
ple, green, gray, pink, blue, black,
etc- Qualities that -sold for $1, 69c.
17 pieces of Black Silk Velvets,
worth $1.25 a yard, but offered
Tuesday at .
Handsome assortment of. Velveteens, all
shades desired, such as brown, navy, green,
castor, garnet, purple, black, etc. a a
Qualities worth 59c. a yard,
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Such values as these are making business
hum in the Upholstery Department, third floor.
4 CASKS OF COMFOBTS for double beds;
filled with pure white laminated
cotton; covered with the beat qual- /vQ
ity silkoline. On special sale to
morrow at
1 CASE OF DOl'BLE BEDSPREADS in
handsome Marseilles patterns, hem
med rendy for use, go on sale to- (r^ HJ//T*
morrow for v 0
1 case of Double-b d 11-4 tire Blar.k.'ts?white,
with red, pink or blue borders; /OvQ
heavy weight; a good quality?for,
a pair . ^ \-*^o
1 case 11-4 Double-bed White Blankets of
finest selected California wool, /*-?. o
with red. pink or blue larders; yj^
$5 grade, for. a pair
50 pairs c," TAPESTRY POBTIERES. armure
weaves, In a range of colors to yi 'Tj/nv
choose from: strii-tly reversible. ^ II
Marked for Tuesday, a pair.... ^r7 u ^
96 pairs of TAPESTRY PORTIERES, real
'"Repp" and Florentine weaves, finished with
either heavy cord or fringe; <(? /r\
^st ^patterns ever shown; worth
500 pairs of Nottingham I^ce
Curtains, in 10 different patterns,
all new and attractive, for. a pair
(1-foot Curtain Poles, cherry
or oak, with trimmings ail
complete, for. each
200 pairs of Nottingham Lace Cnrtalns, 3V4
yards long, 54 to 60 inches wide; 12 different
designs to choose from; the /?> ^ a
very newest Ideas; $1.98 value, ^ jj _
124 pairs of Genuine Imported Irish Point
Curtains, 8Mi yards long, heavily worked on the
finest grade mesh, in rich, at- <f? a
tractive designs; $6.50 to $7.50 OrSi
goods, for <4'~o>rvJ'
c.
Our Silk Department is spHe nd id ly stocked
richest of all fabrics at modest pricing.
TOMORROW WE WILL OFFER pieces of
very tine and heavy 27-inch JAPANESE SIL.K
of brilliant lnster and superior finish - a large
range of color* to ch<?ose from, ini'ludlng pink,
light blue, turquoise, red, garnet. iin>*n. navy,
hello, gray, mode, rose, as well as black and
white, lv?iry and cream. An extraordinary Silk
which no store sells for b-ss than a p
This price surprise ?
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value, and not a yard worth less
than 59c. Special price tomorrow,
a yard
ALL-SILK HEAVY BLACK SATIN DUCH
ESS, in a rich, brilliant luster; a (3
splendid quality and heavy weight.
A big *i>ecial tomorrow at, a yard.. **
FINE QUALITY BLACK ARMUHR AND
ROYAL DRESS SILK?very fashionable this
season: alike on both sides; reversl- /
ble, and gunrant?>efl to wear well. HtinJ/lC
Regular 89c. quality. Tomorrow... ~ ^ ?
24-Inch BLACK TAFFETA SILK,
extra heavy; a rich, lustrous, rus
tling quality; worth 89e., for
69c.
c.
89c.
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$1.19
38-inch AU-wool BLACK ENGLISH CHEV
IOT?Tomorrow we will [>ut on sale 3 pieces of
this Cheviot, such as cannot be matched un
der 5oe. a yard; true blacks T)/f>
and all wool, at the moderate
price, a yard ^ ^^9
45-inch All-wool BLACK SILK-FINISHED
HENRIETTA, always in demand.
We will give you the choice of the
regular 75c. qnallty for Tuesday's
sale at
54-Inch yard-and-a-half-wtde ALL-WOOL
BLACK HOP SACKING and PKBBLR CHEV
IOT, two of the most-sought-after and desira
ble fabrics for a rich coat suit
or separate skirt. The actual value ? *-*.
of these materials would be $1 a
yard. Tuesday
$1.25
8 pieces of VERY HEAVY UNION TABLE
DAMASK. 00 Inches wide, fine and close woverff
many beautiful patterns to '-boose <*)
from. Specially priced for tomor
row. a yard
CREAM GERMAN TABLE DAMASK, extra
heavy weave; twice the weight of ordinary
damask: Imported to sell for Ortc. a
a yard. A surprise tomorrow
I.ARGE SIZE HUT K T?t\VEI-S. 20*40 Inches
hemmed ready for use; neat nil l?>rders;
fast color; actually worth <? TT /
17c. each. Tuesday's uou- H J'u-/gc^C
sua! price U ^
EXTRA HEAVY PURE LINEN TWILLED
TOWELING, light gray with red border. This
toweling sells for 12V a vard ^-5 /
in^many st?m-s. Hen- tomorrow,
Superb Domestic Imducemersts.
This famous department strongly to the fore
for Tuesday with items of absorbing interest.
Prices wonderfully low.
10 pieces of NEW LIGHT- ? D /
COLORED OPTING FLANNEL; (h\A)/\ C
good styles. Tuesday
HDE ECLlPSl.
1254c.
29c,
2 cases of Yard-wide UN
BLEACHED MUSLIN?from the ^
Tuesday. ^
piece, not remnants,
a yard
,c<
9-4 UNBLEACHED SHEET
ING; full width; cut from
the piece; any quantity
Tuesday, a yard
100 pieces of YARD-WIDE
MUSLIN; the same quality as
Tne?
the well-known
day, a yard...
?Utlca."
1254c.
754C.
2 cases of HEAVY UN
BLEACHED CANTON FLAN- /
NEL; value 10c. a yard. Tues- (Q)
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5 pieces of very fine quality BLACK SATIN
REOENCE of softest mellow tin.sh and a grade
98c. a yard.
for Tuesday, a yard..".
EXTRA SPECIAL TOMORROW ? 21 -iBeh
BLACK PEAU DE SOIE SHJv: re
versible and extra hr?vy; itoucrush- Q 1
able; never wears out. Tuesday's
price Is v)
36-in.h Extra Heavy BLACK TAFFETA
SILK?has a rich luster und nistllug finish.
(Note the width.) Heguiar $1.19
value. You call buy It Tuesday at.
a ya rd
Magnlflccnt Quality BI^iCK SATIN DK
LYON, 22 inches wide; iM-autlful soft, lustrous
quality, that retails regularly at $1 49
yartl. To make It an ol>ie<rt for
von to inly early we say tomor
row.
Stylish Black Goods.
THESE are blacks that will not fade?splendid for wear and fash
ionable appearance?prices agreeably low tomorrow.
36=inch ALL=WOOL BLACK GRANITE NOV
ELTY SUITING, a rich bflack, and a material
that will! make a nobby suit. The value *
of this material is 50c. a yard. For
Tuesday - - ? ?
44 Inch BLACK SILK and SILK MOHAIR
PIHROLAS. a large variety of both the silk
mixture and silk mohair and wool materials.
This la a golden opixirtunity to secure a dress
of fine material about a third less ? ^
Uiaa usual. They are $1 qualities
56-inch BLACK GOLF CLOTH, in the rough
or smooth finish. Now is the time to buy
your walking skirt, when you
can get a good *1.75 quality
like this for. a yard
48-inch All-wool BLACK CAMEL'S HAIR
ZIKELINE. beautiful blacks and soft to the
touch. One of the most pojmlar
fabrics for up-to-date gowns. Reg
ular 98c. quality for one day, to
morrow "
Linen Section Surprises.
IT must surprise some housekeepers to read about our prices?and
these are for qualities you'll be proud to own.
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IH)1 BLE-FOLD. YARD-WIDF. ECUPSK
FLANNELETTE; sells every
where at 15c. a -yard. To
morrow
64x36 "LOCKWOOD" SHEETS.
Tuesday.
81x90 HEAVY BLEACHED SHEETS; made
especially for us; quality ?s gttod /f\
as PBQUOT SHEETS; value ?5c.
Offered ti?morrow at, each Wo
9<>x90 "LOCKWOOD" SHEETS a -r*.
(note extra large sire); deep hem. ^31(11)/"*
Tuesday
Notions <& Dress Trimmings
BRAINERD, ARMSTRONG & CO/s 50
yard Spool Silk, in black and colors; usual
ly 5c. a spool; dozen
10e. Black Hercules Braid, 2 Inches wlde.Sc. yd.
Clark's O. N. T. Darning Cotton. 3 spools...5c.
5c. Feather-stitched Braid, piece 2^jc.
10c. Silk Anchors for trimuilng 6c
10c. 6-yard pieces of Mohair Skirt Braid....oc.
24-yard pieces of Black and All Colors of Sou
tache Braid for dress trimming; usually 2c.
a yard-piece l^c.
10c. 24-yard pieces of Twilled Tape 6c.
10c. new Gilt, Silver and Enamel Dress
Slides ,c
10c. Dress Shields, psir 8c.
39c. Guaranteed Tempered Steel Scissors... 23c.
10c. Steel. Jet aud Smoked Pearl Buttons,
down Te.
12c. Cream and Fancy Colored Silk Braids for
dress trimming, yard 9c.
19c. Ladles' Hook-on Garter, pair lie.
7c. Horn Uones, all lengths, dosen 3c.
5c. Smith's Best Needles, pa iter 2VaC.
3c. Faocy Glass-head Pins, box U\
tlon assembled Jn the synagogue on North
Washington street, where appropriate ex
ercises were held. Last evening Rabbi
Jonah Wise of Cincinnati delivered an ap
propriate address before a large audience
in the synagogue.
The marriage of Miss Eva Harrison of
Washington and Mr. Horace V. Schooley
of Loudoun county, which occurred last
Tuesday at the residence of Mr. S. H.
Buckman. in Fairfax county, has just been
announced. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Evered Meade of Pohick Church.
Miss Lottie Oliver of this city and Mr. J.
M. Futrell of Hampton, N. C., will be mar
ried tomorrow evening at the rectory of
St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
FIRST SERVICE AS PASTOR.
Large Comcregatlon Greet* Dr. Staf
ford at St. Patrick's.
Rev. Dr. D. J. Stafford officiated yester
day morning for the first time as pastor of
St. Patrick's Church, and the edifice was
crowded to tie doors. He was assisted in
the celebration of mass by Fathers Dolan
and Gay nor, and at its conclusion an
nounced his appointment to the pastorate.
He said he was profoundly touched by the
expressions of good will he had received
from the members of the congregation and
the general public, and that they had t*iade
him very conscious of the responsibility of
the position. He hoped, he said, with the
co-operation of the congregation, which
had never failed in the past in all matters
pertaining the good of the parish and
of thn cfaYTfi*1 nt large, and with the assist
ance of thjf'learned and pious Fathers Do
lan and Qaynor, and the self-sacrificing
sisters, who conducted the schools, to suc
cessfully carry on the work delegated to
bm.
Referring to the suggestion made to him
for having a ceremony of formal Installa
tion and a public reception. Dr. Stafford
said he ccrold not see his way clear to ac
cept It. Next Sunday, he announced, the
winter work of the church will be Inaug
urated, and at high mass he wtll offer
prayers for the spiritual and temporal
welfare of the congregation.
There was asspnstant Hn<? of callers, in
cluding martjr Protestants, at the parson-;
age. during the .who came to
eongratulaio I>r. Stafford upon his eleva
tion, and many telegrams were received of
like tenor.
At the conclusion of the regular services
next Sunday the members of the congrega
tion will be given nn opportunity to pass
through the parsonage and greet Dr. Staf
ford and Fathers Polan and Qaynor.
FREDERICK COUNTY CONVENTION.
Nomination* (or the Republican
Ticket TblH Fall.
Special Correspondence of The Evening Star.
FREDERICK, Md., September 22. 1901.
The republican county convention met in
the City Opera House here yesterday and
nominated this ticket for the house of dele
gates: Prof. Wm. H. Harry of Ballenger,
A. W. Nicodemus of Walkersville, J. A. P.
Matthias of Thurmont, James W. Smith of
Woodboro' and Thomas Hightman of Pe
tersville; for county commissioners, John
H. Etzler of Mt. Pleasant, William Blent
linger of Frederick and Lewis H. Bowlus
of Burkittsville; for sheriff, Harvey R.
Lease of Frederick; for county treasurer,
Charles C. Biser of Middletown; for county
surveyor. Rufus A. Rager of Frederick.
The ticket ia regarded as particularly
strong, because it is said both factions of
the party are represented.
The convention was the most harmonious
one that has been held here for years,
and one of the speakers stated "that it re
minded him of a love feast." The Haffner
faction, which has been fighting the or
ganization for some years, is said to be
ready to support the ticket nominated yes
terday. The convention adopted resolutions
deploring the death of President McKinley
and expressing the utmost confidence in
President Roosevelt. The conduct of Rear
Admiral Winfleld S. Schley and the course
of Representative George A. Pearre were
heartily commended.
Takoina Park Items.
Arrangements have been made for the
fall meeting of the Takoma Park Citizens'
Association to be held tonight at 8 o'clock
in Takoma Hall. The meeting will be pre
sided over by President J. B. Kinnear.
The new Takoma public school opened
this morning on Takoma Heights with a
large attendance. The roster of teachers
includes Miss Margaret Bailey. Miss Mary
Cady, Miss Pumper and Miss O'Hara. Miss
Cady is a resident of Takoma Park and
last year taught at the Brightwood school.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brainard of Oak
avenue left a few days ago for a year's
visit in the west; . They will spend consid
erable time visiting friends and relatives
in Ohio and Illinois.
Mr. George A. Warren, town treasurer,
left Saturday for a visit to the Pan-Amer
ican exposition at Buffalo.
At a recent meeting of the town council,
held at the residence of Town Clerk Ben G.
Davis, on Oak- avenue, appropriate resolu
r
Chas. R. Eduimston.
2 new "Open=Stock"
Patterns
Havilainid
Oimiinierware
?are now on exhibit, having Jnst arrived
direct from Haviland & Co.'* factory In
France. The addition of these two sew
patterns makes our assortment of "open
stock" China as complete as con be.
Both are the very newest in decora
tion, and the shape Is severely plain,
after the English idea. One is a border
of rosea and the other a dainty spray of
apple blossoms.
Uttl? need to suggest the advantage
of baying Chinaware from "open-sfcyk"
patterns. There are as many aa fifty
different articles in *acb pattern, which
give a wide variety for choosing.
We shall be pleased to have yon call
to see these very handsome patters*.
Chas. R. Edmonston,
China, Glass and Hoosefnralshings,
1205 Pa. Avenue,
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tlons -were adopted on the death of Presi
dent McKlnley.
Expected to Break Records.
All previous ocean records for speed are
expected to be broken when the twin-screw
express steamship Kronprinz Wilhelm of
the North German Lloyd Steamship Com
pany arrives in New York on her maiden
voyage the latter part of this month. The
Kronprin* Wilhelm is of the same type as
the well-known express steamship Kaiser
Wilhelm der Grosse of the. same line, but
is fifteen -feet longer than the latter vessel.
She was built by the Vulcan Shipbuilding
Coihpany of Stettin. Germany. Her dimen
sions are 683 feet length, OB feet beam and
43 feet depth; her gross register tonnage is
19,000 and her displacement 21,300 tons.
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??It Agaiast Railway.
Emory Johns today filed suit-at-law . te
recover damages In the sum of 93.4)00 from
I WE MAKE,
t LAY AND
X LINE ALL
FREE OF
EXTRA
COST.
We do not even charge for
the waste occasioned in match- j *
ing figures.. No other furni- ??
ture or carpet house in Wash- j J
ington has ever made such an J *
offer. We guarantee every < ?
yard of Carpet .sold by us to < J (
prove durable?no matter what \
the price. You will find fine
\ Velvets, Brussels, Tapestries
\ \ and Ingrains here in an almost
] ? endless variety of patterns and ?? ]
* colorings. This store is head
quarters for all that is best in
Parlor, Bed Room and Dining
Room Furniture, Stoves, Bed
wear, Crockery, etc. Payments
arranged to suit you?weekly * *
or monthly. '
Grogan
Mammoth Credit House,
817-819^21-823 7th St. N. W..
Between H and I Sts.
the Metropolitan Railroad Company. The
plaintiff state? that tn June. 1800. he sus
tained personal Injury through alleged
negligence on the part of the defendant.
? weary aad brala TwHawi 4
aad Sad relief la ltoyal Headaebe Tablets.
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