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All the small lots and broken s
-or cost-or anything else save im
t Boys' Double=Breasted S
There are only about a dozen of them ; nea
in reducing them to $1.45 we make quick work
I Boys' 75c. Corduroy Pan
They are the best possible sort of Pants for
scamis: sizes are scattering.
Boys' Undershirts, wortl
Notice no Drawers are mentioned; that's v
small sizes; all winter weight.
Men's 50c. Underwear
Broken sizes of Men's Ribbed Shirts and I
Some 75c. Wool Fleeced Shirts only will be offe
Men's $1 Percale Shirts=
Broken sizes of several lots of regular $i I
choice, and with each Shirt is pair of separate c
Men's $1 Dogskin Glovef
+ There are three dozen of these Gloves, in 7
A about them. If you wear that size, by all mean
Boys' $6 and $7.50 Golf !
A half dozen of these natty Golfing Suits; a
Children's f1exican Hats
Regular value is Soc. They are Red and P
oungsters. as evidenced by the fact that only a
Boys' Golf Caps and Tan
\ Wo'rth 25c.-onlv one or two of a kind: i
I Children's $1.75 Felt Sai
I roken lot of those popular Felt Sailors. wi
+ sizes in the combined lots.
ic Ladies' Shoes, worth up
Broken sizes of Ladies' Finest Shoes-Han
+ makes: Button and Lace; heavy and light soles
Misses' Shoes, worth up
Broken lots of Misses' and Children's Blac
..button and Lace, dainty styles and durable qua
: Boys' Shoes, worth up t<
Broken sizes of Boys' and Youths' Black \\
~.for knockabout w~ear.
. Nehkrings' $5 and $6 Am
Won't the photographic enthusiasts hurry
;x7 cameras, and are supplied with extra hood
. Squegee Rollers, worth I
+. And on the same table will be found small
Lamps, to burn oil, for 29c.-Washing Boxes (.
ber. worth 3oc., for 25c.
I Smokeless Shells = =
That's our special price for a box of 25; a
; Striped Jerseys, worth $,
One or two of a size in Black and Orange
K Alternate Striped Sweaters, worth up to $3, for
kBoys' $1 Foot Ball Pant
S Made of heavy drilling, properly padded an
$9 and $11 Chub Bags=
* Just two that are slightly imperfect; hand
andl the other 15.
; I EE'S. H_ ESF__G
You'll find these are big valu es-every one
is. the third chapter of the Opening Specials.
SBiggest and Best Carp
V 'i'.v ca wt " patterns $I15 fi. Coe o
~ Opening Drapery Le
rir Itii".." m L<" t'n 6$.0 eis$1'"R
a p-ir '.. $.5 as'R
6iSdebolard rS e cials foir 1
$.go Sidebonard.........$27-50 t$55 ideboI4
Home'is it1(tin W .H .Hoekes R1)
-Th Naypai$ rments een nomd iainadt
ath ie tin ote r ok buil tiressue byE
atOaSieoadesieo thecna foli
i #fh ifebord.La...$32.5state on7 Sdb
* Hom's FiTis. saa11.11ar- ke
rs since 1867.
You Know What That Means Here
izes sacrificed regardless of actual value
mediate sale. The weekly bargain day.
uits= = = = = =$1.45
t Gray Mixed Cheviots, in sizes 9, io, ii and 12 years.
of a remnant lot.
ts = = = = = = = = 50c.
school wear; made with patent waistband and taped
150c. to $1 = = = = = 25c.
'hy such a deep reduction is made on the Shirts; mostly
)rawers; not completeSuits; but half price for full value.
ed at 39c.
ancy Percale Shirts; the patterns are exceptionally
tiffs to match.
14 size. They are slightly soiled-that's all that's "out"
get a pair, if you can get here in time.
is= = = = = =- $3.45
11 wool and fast color; scattering sizes for boys.
hie felt, with stitched brims; quite the' thing for the
small lot of broken siz es remain.
s = = = = = = = = 0C.
t only good kinds; quite a variety-sizes are broken,
lors = = = = = = = 69c.
th stitched brims; not many of a kind, but nearly all
to $5 = = = = = = $2.45 X
an's, Laird, Shober & Co.'s and other of the leading
stylish shapes. X
to $1.75= = = = = =95c
kcand Tan Shoes; also a few pairs of Patent Leather;
S= = = =$ .
ax Calf Shoes, with heavy,solid leather soles; good shoes
pliscope Lens = = = 59c.
:o take advantage of this offering. They will fit 4x5 and
5c. = = = = = = = = 5c.
ots of Fiber Trays (5x7), worth 25c., for 6c.-Ruby
x5), neatly japanned, for 25c.-Focusing Cloths, rub
= = = = =- = = 46c.
nv gauge-Black Powder Shells, 25 in box, for 38c.
alternating stripe; perfectly shaped. A lot of Plain and
= =-= = 75c.
:strongly sewed; some of the sizes are missing.
= =r==m=; o= i = $5.00~
ewed, made over English frms oei 8-inch size
nue and Seventh Street.*
oftem u Ththisgo h csso teKr
HOK . yOlCmayadteGryStoceComan
llN 0 days.ers.__
of thmer.0tti0 , et fDetYt
.rd.............$-II'i00.pn htpeene h pr iaoei
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yds tHeAGr.Octoer t.-Crshedaton
the bu~tidesso te copnesoohemdlk.s ae eie
ys ee.wstd knw s h esenCnsldtd tn
Cpayadwilcnrlte granitey trade
Thwet an of the casenesanno of tler
am Taabo Cr-jid Oil nCpnt and the Unvray agf Chmpany
1) to..~~.tagansth RC.r W.l Clae, isnoned mst
~4w~sa Ta~o valprobientland in ewaorkfora preidseno1
erlba anvnersit Leav sucaned fo.
aysrof.lince wof adtonae brofs hethee thadty
l~mb.-fced ~ euors et yal onsier orthems prosi
....... ~nenty ofusae wen Dr. A.i cTy, Hsadead was
PrsRedatne o mbine.
0 morow'. CHICAGO, October 10.-TChe Stone
rd...$3.0 commaisofers dlws have eouided
tocangine. The new orporton Park to
Somtany, awl conto tranit tad
Pa. Ave andesthSt.the ABleghIes nd orth~e 10.-h
gulf stt. WItias, ctaedtyeat y6,0r0,000.
itt p ,ii.#..t. o Sayucc oee irs Dient L a
CHCAG________fureos Octe 10.-rof Geoghe byd
gar V Bcetoth ~ UniveriofCiago,
theo_ Hradsyi metonms
tin fik voyge proent enly dNewYr ao residverndo
the uiidu. IO Prof. Vaet Wlasoo the threeogn neardig
soie&wstoa eduTnor ath alnl conidrdfo hs prems
by ja j~. denc of ale- whmenof D r.A Had was
fiyi ta n-aly. elected.ogh t hi ct
pay anod U bimgumt ark Rae ame orjt Mcinley. tatb
SrCHeICAO Ocobr10-heSot Pr
THE S0OTTSH RITE
Oentennia offpree CouncilSouth
DUAL caElg*0 OF THE EVET
Unveiling of-vghq Monument to
Gen. Albert Pike.
FEATURES OF PROGRAMS i
Masonic interest throughout the civilized
world where the principles of the fellow
ship are upheld and venerated is being cen
tered in events which will occur in Wash
ington week after next in connection with
the biennial session.of the Supreme Council
of the Thirty-third Degree of the Ancient
and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United
States of America. , It .is the mother coun
cil of the world. It was established 100
years ago, on May 31, 1801, in Charleston,
S. C., but the celebration of its centennial
anniversary was postponed from last May
until the approaching biennial meeting in
prder to make It coincident with the unveil
ing of the statue of Gen. Albert Pike.
This statue, which was erected by the
Supreme Council out of its own funds and
placed by authority of Congress on the I
public reservation at the intersection of
[ndiana avenue and '3d and D streets north- 4
west, has been greatly admired by the gen
?ral public, and since its completion has
peen the shrine which nearly every Mason
who has visited Washington has paid silent
tribute before. General Pike was for
many years and until the time of his g
leath grand commander of the Supreme
Douncil, and wherever there is a lodge 4
:he world over his name Is revered and his V
works are known.
The ceremonies of the unveiling and of
formally turning over the statue to the
United States government will be conduct
Id by the Grand Lodge of Masons of the 4
District of Columbia Tuesday, October 22, y
mnder direction of the grand master, Harry
3tandiford. The details of the program
nave not been completed, but it will be in
ieeping with the occasion. All the Masonic.
Yodies of the District will be in attendance
in full regalia, and will form a procession
:o escort the participants. Haley's Wash
.ngton Band has been secured to supply the
The Supreme Council will attend in a body.
and a very large number of the members
)f the Supreme Council of the Northern Ju
risdiction, with Henry L. Palmer. grand j
3ommander, at their head, will also be pres
ent. Accommodations at the Arlington (
and the Raleigh have been secured for -
these visitors. Besides the official Masonic
representatives there will be individual 4
Masons present in large numbers from all
over the country. ,
Meeting of Supreme Council.
The biennial meeting of the Supreme
L7ouncil will be held in the House of the
Temple, 433 3d street northwest, corner of
I, street, Monday, October 21, but on the
previous Saturday night a musicale will be
given in the Supreme Council room, in 4
which some of the best talent in Washing- g
ton will participate. The exquisite perma
'ient decorations of this commanding apart
ment will be heightened by floral decora
dons and draperies. This musicale will be
)pen to the public- I
The meeting Monday will. be devoted to
istening to -and. considejring the biennial 4
iddress of the grand commander ad inter- I
m, Representative James D. Richardson of
rennessee. Mr. Ri hrdson is lieutenant 4
grand commander.,1u$-has been acting as
grand commander nce the- death of Grand
L"ommander Thoma "Iubbard Caswell,
which occurred In San Francisco last No
rember. He will be formally elected to the
minent position he now temporarily holds I
it the session Tuesday, October 22, when
:he election of officers takes place.
This will create a vacancy in the office of A
i(!utenant grand commander, and as the 2
3upreme Council almost invariably ad- =
*ances its officers when death makes a va- 01
,ancy there will probably be promotions p
ill through the roster. The order of rank ti
s as follows: ir
Grand prior. Erasmus T. Carr, Montana; 0
trand chancellor, Samuel E. Adams, Min- tL
1esota; grand minister of state, Martin Col- i,
ins, Missouri; secretary general, Frederick It
Nebber, Kentucky; grand almoner, Richard
F. Nunn, Georgia; grand auditor, Samuel al
danning Todd, Louisiana; grand constable, ti
Rufus E. Fleming, North Dakota; grand L
:hamberlain, Buren R. Sherman, Iowa; C
irst grand equerry, James Rudolph Hay- tj
len, Washington; second grand equerry, ,
Fohn F. Mayer, VirginIa; grand standard
iearer, Adolphus L. Fitzgerald, Nevada; g,
trand sword bearer, William F. Pierce. h
Jalifornia; grand herald, Frank M. Foote, a
The other members of the council are H
lve sovereign grand Inspectors general, g)
lity honorary inspectors .general and fif- L
een knights commander of the Court of ~
lonor. Among the honorary inspectors ~
teneral are William Oscar Roome, A. H. a
jolt. F. T. Woodman, R. IL Fleming, Louis e,
oldsmith, J. C.~ Taylor, A. B. Coolidge, te
E. M. Willis. Allison Nailor, jr., G. W. y
Balloch, I. P. Noyes, George H. Walker
tnd James Lansburgh, all of this city, and c1
ilessrs. Halvor Nelson and George E. Cor- ~
ion, also of this city, are among the knights y
~ommander of the Court of Honor.
Two Banquets and an Address.
Tuesday night the Royal Order of Scot
and, a sister order of the Supreme Council, C
)f which Josiah H. Drummond of Maine is
)rovincial grand master and Representa
ive Richardson is provincial deputy grand al
naster, will give a banquet. It is now the ni
ntention to inaugurate the opening of the ei
new Wiliard's Hotel with this function if
~verything is in readiness. In case any
hing occurs to prevent it will be given E
Wednesday will be devoted by the Su- "
>reme Council to the consideration of gen- iin
mral business and at night Grand Coin- 10
nander Richardson will deliver a historical tl
tddress on "Masonry."~ The First Congre- si
rational Church, corner of 10th and Gj w
treets northwest, has been secured for the ai
urpose, and it will be open to the public. B
The Supreme Council will also *give a iin
anquet that night. at the new Willard's
lotel, provided, as stated about the other,
hat it will be inradrg
THIRD. BlAIALU ARRIVES.
torce of Esgnsremght to Wash-. de
ingtem BUwracku. t
The steamship Guyafidotte of the Old Do- w
ninion Line, Ca A. :t. Taylor command- E
ng,* with the ~a kion of Engineers,d
omprising Compgnigs _ -K and L, and the
mngineer school oi alpplication aboard, ar- at
ived at the W~h'rhajton barracks wharf L
resterday evenin 'boMi 4 o'clock, and the to
oldiers at once Tnjlp their quarters in h
he barracks builig.. The quarters had i,
been vacated yesarle anorning by the 4th is
3attery of Field'CArtillery. -The Guyan- M
Lotte left Willet'dy i. New York harbor,
r'uesday mornin t )O'qlock. A rapid ,
Lnd very plea trp a made down the
oast, and undi h. gidance of Pilot 19
lIenry Kendrick c.setpthe Potomac, the it
ship reaching th'e rbrf here about two
tours ahead of' her' cheduled time. "
Besides carryin' te officers andslded
she had aboard tons of frelghtson
isting of the instru ents tie i h scolp
>f -engineers, the uojselod. and personal e
iffects of the ol~sand men and the T
.equipments and othrparapb1lnians of the
Id Battalon -~
Under the t rnpegde. by th'e Qiarter
nasters' depart ifuent-four hours
wrere allowed to remove the mass of- stif
~rom the hold of thb messeL. ad kte steam
ship company wag to. reeive J100 per day '
ors ttltO,'im wanote c- r
:Factors "fol. theiskaiditg of the ashfj, be- eig
gan workaabout 0 PianL yesktday with a hi
iorce .of about fggy hadad working hi
zoon. Tb.ie ,t~. ha ge~ hMaI.b
wrould require at M.thr nawtetzuhd e
Choice of 2.500
Over 100 famous
titles to select from.
30e Books L
for ..........7c P
T Sample Pe
THE MANUFACTURER 5
A LAUGHABLY LITTLE PR1
AND THANKED HIM WHE)
The fact is the manufacturer
customer-the Palais Royal. Ti
braced with equal cheerfulness.
Lot I at 69c.
(Some worth $1.75.)
"Lustro'' Petticoats, In black, cerise. violet
blue. All the style of expensive skirts-some
accordion-plaited rulles. some with three smi
rufles. some with very deep umbrella ruoe. Ct
Lot 2 at $1.29.
(Some worth $2.50.)
French Ratteen Petticoats: block. blue and
rise. Some with deep umbrella ruffle, finN
with five rows of cording; some with three rui
Various styles at $1.29 for choice. Hurry for
choice-an important consideration.
Three rarely good bargains
at $4.48; the All-wool French Fl
nants-all lengths in the skirts; z
tails. Dollars saved you tomorrc
25c Hose, C
Friday - - -
Not remnsats-all sizes in these new au
tumn-weight "Onyx" Black Hote. with
double soles, etc. 5 Instead of 4 pairs
69c Value, I=4 c
Friday - - -
Ladies' Half-wool Vests and Pants that
are extra good vaine at 6W-. Not rem
nants-all sizes here in plenty.
$1 Gloves, c
Friday - = - Q59
Not remnants. All sizes in Ladies' 2
clasp Glace Kid Gloves. All siz.es in Iblac'k.
white and all the new autumn shades.
$3 Umbrellas, $2119
Friday = = -
The newly fashionable Silk Umbrellas, in
black and colors, finished with Persian bor
ders. $2.19 for tomorrow only.
$1 Umbrellas, c
Friday - - -
Tomorrow's special price for the needed
extra Umbrella-men's. ladies, boys' and
girls'. Smallest to 28-Inch Paragon frames.
15e Feather Ceiling Duster.............. le
25c Brooms. extra quality...............15c
Oleine Soap, 4 cakes................... -0e
4c White Floating "Ap................. 2c
Brook's Crystal Soap................... 4e
5c Toilet Paper, roll or package .......... 3c
Gold Dust Powder. 2 for................ 7c
Morgan's "Sapollo"..................... 7c
Scouring Compound. 2 for............... 7c
Silexo Scouring Soap. 2 for............. 5c
Peterman' Roach Food................. Sc
boxes, crates, barrels and bundles were
led in all directions and, under the direc
1n of Lieut. Connor, the quartermaster
charge, were being distributed to their
oper storehouses. The labor of disposing
this large amount of freight brought by
e engineers will require several days, and
os like an almost impossible task, but
is proceeding rapidly and methodically.
he unloading of the vessel was looked
ter by Mr. E. S. Alvord personally fer
.e contractors, by Superintendent James
yland for the Old Dominion Steamship
mpany and by Mr. W. C. Crowley for
e office of Major T. E. True, the degjot
he Guyandotte is one of the largest pas
ger steamships that has come into port
e for several years, though she is not
large nor does she draw as much water
some of the freighters which come here.
r gross tonnage is 2,350 and net 1,I631.
eis 267 feet long and 40.5 feet wide.
)ded the boat draws eighteen feet of
ter, but on the trip here she drew but
een and a half feet. being only about
r-thirds loaded. She will leave here this
'ning for Newport News and will return
her route between that port and New
he officers are greatly pleased at their
nge of quarters from Willet's point to
shington, and are delighted with the
uty of the Washington barracks
WASHINGTON MAN WINS.
.L J. E. Browne Elected National
Comumander of U. V. L
kdispatch was received in this city tbis
trnoon from Gettysburg, Pa., where the
tional encampment of the Union Vet
ns' Legion is being held, announcing
t Col. J. Edwin Browne, commander of
rampment 69 of this city, was today
ted national commander of the order
.nds down." This victory by a Wash
ton candidate has been expected by his
al supporters, although the conditions of
canvass were not at first promising to
cess. There were many complications.
ch have evidently been smoothed out
a result of the vigorous efforts of Col.
wne's friends, who have been at work
is behalf throughout the summer.
eacher. and O~Eers Entertained.
he teachers and officers of the Sunday
ool of the First Presbyterian Church
e entertained last evening at the rest
ce of Mr. A. E. L. Leckie, the superin
nent of the school, at 328 C street north
at. After a social hour, during which
ses Emma and Elizabeth Leckie ren
ed musical selections, refreshments were
red, and each guest was presented with
suvenir of Mr. Leckie's trip abroad this
ier. Later in the evening Dr. Mac
d, pastor of the church, who acted as
staster, called upon Mr. -Leckie for a
ef talk upon the principal events of his
vels, to which the latter responded in a
y happy vein. Short responses were
de by Mr. William Henry White and
s Mary Duguid.
-iWill of Ellen uatler.
le will of Ellen Butler, dated May 15,
), was filed for probate -today. Under
terms Attorney A. A. Birney is made
eutor, and is intrusted to sell the real
ce property of the testatrix at No. 1216
hstreet northwest and to divide the
.eeds of such sale, after satisfying sev
sminor bequests, between Catherine
dan, daughter of the teutratrix, and
ries Proctor, her brother.
~mma Crosby ,Tejsan today fled suit for
nrce from John J1. Tehan on the grna=
cruelty. The couple were married in
ei June 9,- 1W.. Septetuber 10, 3,
athat Tehn left his wife be
meflIi stated he' wan afriid to trust
nelf m uve with her because he mRsat
-her and- get thnmself Iit.-sstroukt.
Rhert K e ilencsI we~ Wm ad Ra
Jnaga -nn ss ..
aiag in s besis -wth aise
tticoats at Laughal
MILED WHEN THE PALAIS R
CE FOR HIS SAMPLES. AND SA
HE SAID I COULD HAVE THE
was willing to almost give his no lot'
e opportunity to quote laughably littl
What a glorious Bargain Friday tom
ns to Remember T
n the Suit and Wrapper Department
.nnel Waists at $3.88; the Marten Fui
,11 sizes and colors in the waists, and
w on these three items alone. Other
75c tomormw for $1.50 Readytowear
C'loth Turea ns and Walking Hats.
Half price-and not for odds and ends.
tomorrow for $3.50 Hats. artis
lically trinmed with velvet and
breasts. All new-and plenty of them.
13C Yard toiorrow for 4-Inch wide All
silk Ta ffeta Rl.1aons. Not remn
nantpi-plenty of all tie best shades. 25C
quality at 13e yard.
Some worth I50.
Blay Rtumte E--ie................. 9'e
Apple B .:s p. S 1op, b.x..............e,
'ioldet A um ni .......................g.
W tc Hazel 1:2.. 1.-%1t....... .............IN.
Florida Water. 15' t.ottl...............I
Lundbl rg's Sac'.et ....................De
Shaving Brushes. 25c value ........... .!e
le %"-uux Extracts, oz................1c
25e Souvenir Spoon* ................... 4e
25e Toothpick Holders..................loe
12e Amethyst' Hearts................... 7e
&k. Fans. mapggpylgls...................19
:eepers Friday Bar
75 Coehet Bedspreads.................EUae
I5.e yard Table Linen...................25e
12c Pillow Cases....................... Sc
$1.98 pair Lare Curtains..............1.29
$3.00 pair Tapestry Purtieres.......... 2.29
$3.00 Enamel Beds, all sizes.......... 2.29
yJj . Lisner-.
NATIONAL ALLIANCE FORMED.
Organization of German Societies Ef
fected at Recent Convention.
Representative -itizens of German birth
or descent met at Philadelphia Monday in
the hall of the German Society, at Spring I
Garden and Mendenhall streets, and com- I
pleted the organization of a national alli
ance of the German Societies of the United
States. Delegates were present from Penn
sylvania, New York, New Jersey. Ohio, In
diana, West Virginia, Maryland, Wisconsin, <
Minnesota, Idaho and California. and the
District of Columbia was represented by
William L. Elterich, Gustave Bender and
Mr. Elterich was made vice president of
the convention, the presiding officer being <
Dr. C. J. Hexamer. president of the Penn- t
sylvania alliance, whose enrolled societies
have a membership of 100,000.
Dr. Marion D). Learned introduced a con-1
stitution, which was adopted. It calls for
the loyal support of ali German societies to
the institutions of the United States and <
at the same time declares the purpose of I
the alliance will be to keep alive the Ge'r- I
man language, history, tradition and sports. t
It favors the admission into the United 4
States of all sane and healthy immigrants,
and recommends the enactment of laws to
bar convicted criminals and anarchists.
After the constitution was adopted reso
lutions were passed denouncing the assas
sination of President McKinley and eulo
gizing him' and expressing sympathy for
his widow. Further resolutions were adopt
ed protesting against the preaching or
teaching of anarchy.
It was decided that the alliance should I
be governed by an executIve committee of
members to be chosen by the Germant
societies, this committee to choose perma- I
nent officers at a meeting to be held two I
weeks hence in Philadelphia. where per- I
manent headquarters will be established.
The next convention will be held in Balti..
more In 1903.
Disposed of by WUI.
The will of Elizabeth A. Buckingham,
dated August 2. 1901, was neied for probate
today. According to its terms the residence
property at (102 Erie street, Brightwood
Park, is given to Emnily Robbins, daughter
of the testatrix, for life, then to her daugh
ter's son, Nathan H. Robbins. Should the
latter die without .Issue the property is to
go to Gary E. Guy, son of the testatrix. <
Should he also die without issue the proper
ty is to go to Josephine B'owers, niece of the
testatrix, and her heirs forever. To'Gary
E. Guy is given a vacant lot adjoining the
The. personal and housenold property of
the testatrix is divided in detail amongc
John W. Buckinghaan, husband of the tea
tatrix; Priscilla Moxley, her another, and (
the beneficiaries mentioned anove. Emily t
Bobbins is made executrix.
De'nies the Aeeusatlen.
Harry L. Ruddkleston, a clerk in the War
Department,- was late yesterday afternoon
arrested on a warrant issued by direction
of United Stde Attorney Gould on the
charge of forging the name of Lieut. Chs- ~
H. Morrow, an army ofgicer, to a warrant
l'or S12.i.3S. Huddleston denies the accusa
tion$ and was released on $500 bond to awat C
a hearing in the Pilee Court, which, it is t
-*etd ylill take .lc oorw
Ps'eubyteeaa Nimbues Cemaidesj.
The quarterly meeting of the Presby-terial I
Rome eM6I W6eiety of tie Preytery of
Washingte .dty was held ths morning at
the First Presbyterian Chrh Mr.. T. s.
Rami uresa. The M geemed
inryteneppests -er ateemss. aho
bmrm b.. narpsss_
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rankle box contain
ie PenPile P-..
oledodr. P V a n d.
I rcst u ~ toll iset emr 5c
Arr L wille !e!r
valre, for . . ..
ble Prices. a
(YAL "L'YER" (IFFERED IL
11D THE BUYER: "I SMILED
,er needted samples to his, es
1nn i)lr aed'pav'~i.,n. Iet 1
e prices to our patrons is ein
orrow will beW
Lot 3 at $1.59.
(Mo-ne w.ort h $. i
Ut- Grl ireoch sattein p'ettic at . n -
riolet. hiln and black. toue have ye'ord i.n
1senttle ti two rpwi p .-f b.ack milk h ne.- 4
ing. Other have deep rarue gaieel. nih
ibs of reiset trimming.
Not 4 at $!.54.48. 1m
41iome wort h Wi 4
't il k 11 Petticosta. In Pink. hline. ne-w
,reda and tslack. huaerlor quality of lk,
or ply"e. snuperior fiah. Fome have ac4-fr- 11
tatted ru-. with smaller rn l gathered on.
IlI he lecked out bvy early vcaitter,
-the New Cloth Walking Skirts ik
Neck Scarfs at $3.98. Not rem- onl
nieck scarfs have full cluster of6
equally goodi Friday Bargains :
75c Silks, 5
Friday - - -
Black Cord Tf..ta silks the hest of
75c Mika at only W.- Tomorrow only.
S1 .75 Cloths, $1-25
Friday - - -
I.e faIo . xfrMlt 'lothna , "I.n
often %,d at $2a than $1.75 per yard. $1 z
for tomorrow only.
12c Linings, QC
Friday - - - -
The, well-knowmn P-reAb- Linings; ii-o r.-rn
nant s; belack aint --ve-ry %anted shante. in &
98c Laces, c
The ultra-fahalionale B Hlack Silk l.aee
Wav. Galb.si.s. 6 i whs wide. N t rem
$3.50 Coats, $ -49
Friday - -o - $
Children 'it Al-l cloth C.oats. braid
trimmed. Size* I to 6 years, In grle. ll,
tan. green and browa. Not renasante.
Black ilag lnsect Powder............ Or
PAals Royal Silver Polislah.............. Te
Kleano Silver Polish....................i
Eleeto silicon......................... e
(ayret Tack.. package.................. le
MbI! Paper. 5 yards................. e
Table Oil Cloth. yard .- ............. IN.
Blasell Carlet iseeper.................97r
Oil Can with Pump...................7C
PAY OF A WTE .
mi'trllers Decial.e as to a CIaVli..
Controller Trac.ewell has rendorod a de
-ion to the Secretary of the Navy regard
ng the pay of a witness surmone-d to tes
ify before the court of inquiry in session
Lt the navy yard. The witress referred
o may be Maclay. the historian, whose
targes against Admiral Schley in his
wok brought on the court of inquiry. The
kclsion is as follows:
"I have your letter of the 13th ultimo.
$.ating that a civilian employe at the
~avy yard. Brooklyn. N. Y., receiving a
er diem compensation. Is desired as a wit
ess before the court of inquiry in the case
if Rear Admiral Schiey, now in session at
he navy yard in this city. You request
ny decision as to whether, in case he
tould be summoned as a witness, he
rould be obliged to lose his pay during his
tbsence fram the yard for this purpose,
tnd have the time consumed thereby
t-arged against his leave of absence, with
may allow-'d by law to such employeis, and
f' not, what compensation he Would be em
itled to receive for attendance upon the
curt as a Witness.
"In reply I have the honor to state that
f said employe is ordered by competent
tuthority to attend and testify before the
'ourt of inquiry, and he should do so. I
tm of opinion that he would be entitled
o his actual expenses while going to and
-eturning from and while in attendance
apon said court, and that his compensa
Ion as such per diem employe while neces
arily absent from his place of employment
aefore attending the court, and while go
ng to and returning from the place of
rial. should be allowed him, and not the
aer diem of $i.50 allowed witnesses general
y' by section 84*l. Revised Statutes. It tol
aws that the time while so necessarily ab
ent from his place of employment shed
tot be charged against his annual leave
ilowed by law to employes of his class.
"It may be added in this connection that
eing a government employe he Would be
ntitled only to his actual expenses of
ravel, as provided by the act of March 3.
ARMENTUICE WETUH PElDEas.
reuble at Big Spu'imgu. Va., Bette
te Be ov-er.
MIDDLESBORO. Ky., October io -All is
tluet at Big Springs, Va.. where on Sun
Lay a battle between Chadwell-Morgan
eudists occurred, resulting in six deaths,
and it is now believed the trouble is ever.
levers.! arrests have been made.
Three of the Morgan boys who a
barged With killing several of the Chad
veil boys have fled into the mountains.
leorge Chadwell of Midlesboro. who had
wo brothers killed and who has returned
rom Big Springs. says that the factions
rill submit their differences to the law.
WOI:LD-E SUECEDE ARESTE.
FVRE~ena Gregmam ShinE.t intmmeat a.
Newr York IEsteE.
NEW YORK. October 16.-Wa. Gutugmam
promoter, of Arlington. N. J., shot him
eLf. probably tatafly, in his room at the
adiltac Hoted. di4 oreet asse Ueoadway,
cidar-. A woman who occupied a rooms ad
sining him heard the shot ad iummmmsd
derk. GIregman was feemd sitting in a
hair with the revolver in hais hand asas
lood Lowing firom a wouss in.-the te.
I. was tinty irmsed. Guugima wolte met
est why ho aft--pami as s. Mse wa.
rmoved to aseevuft sUamptai a prsesasr.
he ma n oabee: Liy iiessa di.
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