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J EDMONSTON'S ?Home of
& the original Philadelphia
Y "FOOT FORM" Boots, for
? merlv sol?l by LANGLOIS.
?This week is
last chance you'll
have to buy $3
4 6 Wear WelS" Boots
for
The fame of "Wear Well"
Hoots was won and is main
tained solely on merit.
In "Wear Well" Hoots yon
get the limit of style, dura
bility and comfort.
They compare with the fin
est $3.50 boots made.
"Wear Well" Roots, 1n bright Vlrt.
patent 1 in, medium toe, welted solo,
lace and button;
also glazed kl(l.
button ami lace,
o 11 "comfort _ _
lavf. regn- OxlS * ' O
larly. This sale.
t
Rack of Misses' and Chil
dren's Shoes, regularly worth
np to $J-5o, for
$1.35 & $1.70.
JEdmoirnstoirr
1334 F Street,
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EST ELGIN BUTTER,
fresh from the creamery,only
$1.60 5-lb. box. Others are
asking prices 5c. and 10c.
higher. Write or 'phone.
CTFINEST ICE CREAM, $1 GAL., delivered.
Breursinger's, 720 113th St.
CAFE, DAIRY AXP ICE CREAM DEPOT.
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NOVELTIES
DM FOR EASTER
-AM) EASTER CARDS
? n large and choice selected stock of the
? season* most artistic productions, to
which attention la Invited.
E7FRAYER BOOKS and HYMNAL.4*
? in various attractive bindings-- and many
different sizes?from 68c. to $15 per set.
Wm. Batlanityne <& Sons,
Booksellers. Stationers and Engravers, 428 7th st.
ishl"'ir,f.in-2il
"S. & S."
CORN
CURE,
S \MPI.F.
XE of fnr standard preparations
th:C w< have sold for years with
th- in me-? satisfaction. It never
fails to cure removes hoth hard
and soft corns without the least
pain < iNI.Y iH.ttle.
IT?" Still giving attav FREE
B??TTI,i>5 of ?/.AMOR," the in
fallible headache cure.
| STEVENS
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9 PHARMACY,
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Those Bod5an
River Oranges
? ? * for which you've Iwen waiting have ar
? ? ? rived. They're just as fine as ever sweet,
? ? ? juicy atid libelous. Choicest Early Vegeta
? ? ? bles Ripe Tomatoes. Fresh Asparagus,
? ? * <irecn Peas, String Beans, Mushrooms.
? ? ? Cucumbers, etc.
? ? ? CTFHIUA. CAPONS are unusually tine
? ? ? just now Everything at lowest prices for
? r ? the BKST
Cottage Market, Si8 14th St.
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I was a sufferer for a long
time with my stomach and all
the doctoring I had was a great
expense and I still suffered. One
doctor told me I had cancer of
the stomach. One day I had a
very severe attack and as I had
heard Ripans Tabules com
mended many times, I con
cluded to try them, when to my
surprise and delight their ef
fect was wonderful.
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AT DRUGGISTS. 2
Tte Five-cent packet Is enough for an or- Xt
dlnary occasion. The family bottle, 00 jS
cents, contain* a supply for a year.
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"Something
for Nothing1,
I'M XT BRUSH FREE
? an of our famous Model Ready-mixed Paints
at 15c. cun lr.e. Ik the price of the Paint,
whether you take the brush or not?the Brusn
Is free
Hodgkan's Paint Depot, 7t^t
ii.l.ll l.'d
OPENING
gpring j^illinery
?Thursday,
?Friday,
?Saturday.
?We trust the ladies of Washington will
?vail themselves of this Invitation to view
as charming a collection of Hats and Bon
nets as has ever been gathered together any
where.
? Beautiful Imported Hats, depicting the
favored spring styles from the world's fash
ion centers also original creatlous of our
own of rare beauty and merit.
?Superb Imported and Domestic Neck
ltuches.
Mrs. C. Stsebel, 111113 Q st.
I in h 1121
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Battle Scenes incidents of
the Chinese
? ? and Philippine eumpaign* are cleverly de
? * ylcted in the ?>riginal drawings by Sydney
? * Adauison. war conesponucLt. The collection
? * Is on exhltltlon now.
S. J. Venable, 6?4 qth St.
"Hm Ftimcry." 'PLol? Mala 30M-2.
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WANTED?20 Experienced Salesladies for Our
Suit and Wrap Department. Must come well
recommended. Apply at once.
S. KANN, SONS & CO. | S. KANN, SONS & CO.
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be
ALWAYS THE BEST OF EVERYTHING FOR THE LEAST
MONEY.
Our Millinery Exhibit and Prize
Oispllay
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lias been pronounced the finest show ever seen this side of Philadelphia.
All Washington surely must have concluded to pay homage to our enter
prise and indorse our every effort. Never in the history of this city has
there been displayed such a mammoth and magnificent array of Women's
Headgear as that kaleidoscope of beauty which confronts every one as they
pass our establishment. Imagine ioo feet of show window displaying all
the newest creations and ideas of foreign designers, as well as what New
York and our own workrooms wrorght forth. Don't fail to attend this
Millinery Opening of ours, for most anv one can learn something about
Millinery as it is and should be.
To be continued tomorrow and tlie balance of the week.
Urn addition to our already advertised opening
specials we have added three elegant values In Rain
Coats. These garments are for women and are ac=
tuaS bargains for the quallity they represent.
PA lCS<yo/>, IH\^ noII"LI B MACKINTOSH RAGLANS, MADE WITH TUB NEW
5>U rlO0 OlflTK YOKE BACK- FINISHED LIKE A REGULAR A f^/Th
II IWCU1.U 11\>. CLOTH - GARMENT-PI.ENTY IT IA A ESS TO
EVERY SIZE AND EVERT LENGTH?THE PRICE FOR THIS LOT. EACH <4>nr
Genuine English '&?-cr?ki5
s,iA"MKNT $10.0(0)
0
CRESCENETTE RAIN PROOF LONG COATS. IN
COLORS OF OXFORD AND TAN ? A VERY
S W E L L GARMENT Full
RAINY DAYS?MADE EXACTLY LIKE A HIGHCOST RAGLAN ? IN EVERY
SIZE AND LENGTH. AT THE PRICE, EACH
9-, GEM-INK ENGLISH CRAVANETTE RAIN COATS. IN NEAT OX
1 ^ FORD MIXTCRE AND lUtOWN, FINISHED LIKE AN I.MPORTED
I.ONli GARMENT AND WHICH CAN HE WORN /to ? p=> /T^/Ck
AT ANY TIME RAIN OR SHINE-WE GIVE YOU EVERY SIZE AND LENGTH YJ 1 ^ (I Du )
WHICH IS MADE IN THIS LINE. EACH ^ ?HJ'HJ'
Sl'IT DEPT.?SECOND FLOOR.
Silk Grenadine Veils!
We purchased just ioo of these facc coverings at about half of their
actual worth. There are two sizes?one 36 by 48 and the other 36 by 54
?they are strictly new goods, finished with deep borders and ready for
A\ear?the smaller size cannot be duplicated in this city
today for less than $4.50. of course, the larger size would
cost more?we put in both kinds for tomorrow's selling
at, each
IN OUR BLACK GOODS DEPT.?FIRST FLOOR-D ST. ANNEX.
Spring Waist Flannels!!
Finished like a light-weight Albatross. A very handsome All-wool
Cloth, in such colorings as light blue, pink, tan, gray, mode, reseda, new
red, black, navy, helio and white?in neat hair-line stripe effect?these
new and popular waistings are being shown by oth
ers who handle this class of goods at 50c. per yard?
we sell them tomorrow at ?
Imported C liallie?these beautiful woolens are always popular, there
isn't anything which can take the place of a fine challie when it comes to
a street costume, a house gown or a kimona ? for spring and summer
v ear?there is service and there is style?we are showing a big line of
the newest effects?the patterns are exclusive and manv designs have
been copied by the American silk manufacturers?
they come in foulard effect, floral, Dresden, Persian,
dots, figures and stripes, as well as plain shadings?
the price, per yard
FIRST FLOOR?D ST. ANNEX.
$1.25
$1.25
The New Wash Waists!
They are iu>w Installed in all their i:l"ry. They have taken the jjlaee of the flannel and worsted
kinds. There isn't a single dmiht regarding the display that many of these pieces cannot te lmd in
any other establishment in spite of the many kind* offered and sold. We have a list of sjiei iais to
offer you. such as ?
10 DOZEN FINE QUALITY WHITE STRIPED MADRAS WAISTS. MADE WITH THE r~J ,rt.
NEW STOCK AND NEW BISHOP CUFF THE WORKMANSHIP AND THE FIT ARE / vLD/f
PERFECT THE SIZES VERY COMPLETE?THESE WE OFFER AT v y^*>o
THE NEXT NUMBER IS A LOT OF FINE QUALITY WHITE I.AWN WAISTS. THE FRONT
BEING TRIMMED WITH FIVE ROWS OF INSERTING THE RACK TUCKED. ALSO
THE COLLAR AND CUFFS SOME IN THIS ASSORTMENT MAKE WITH ROWS OF /TKO
FINE HEMSTITCHING THERE ARE TWO STYLES?BUTTON BACK AND FRONT-*
FIT GUARANTEED, AT ^o
FINE PERSIAN LAWN WAISTS. MADE WITH TI CKS AND HEMSTITCHED YOKE?FULL
BLOUSE FRONT. STRIPPED WITH ROWS OF FINE EMBROIDERY BUTTON
FRONT AND BACK STYLES?THE COLLARS AND CUFFS ARE Al>0 TUCKED TO
MATCH EVERY SIZE
TISSUE MADRAS WAISTS. EXTRA FINE QUALITY MATERIAL?IN A LINE OF
NEW AND PRETTY COIjORINGS, SUCH AS 1 INK, ROSE, BLUE AND LAVENDER.
THOROUGHLY TAILORED?THE PRICE ^>^0
ALSO A BETTER QUALITY OF STRIPED MADRAS WAISTS, MADE WITH
STITCHED PLAITS TO FORM YOKE WITH NEW STOCK COLLAR AND TIE TO
MATOI?WITH .J-INOII CUFF -GUARANTEED MODEL FITTING ALL SIZES
FINE WHITE PIQUE AND MERCERIZED MASI'MA CLOTH WAISTS. CUT GIB
SON EFFECT. MADE WITH DIP FRONT?SOME ARE FINISHED WITH YOKE n
BACKS: THOROUGHLY TAILORED?A VERY SWELL AND SWAGGER GARMENT?
ALL SIZES. AT
SECOND FLOOR -WAIST DEPARTMENT.
Ribbons Prettier Than Ever.
That is What We Term Our Showing,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 100 CARTONS OF FANCY RIBBON. 3 INCHES IN WIDTH. IN
PRETTY STRIPED EFFECTS - EVERY PIECE A PERFECT SHADE SUITABLE FOR THE <=?
NECK, II Al.t AND WAIST?THEY ARE REGULAR 12 V. QUALITIES. TO BE SOLD J f
AT. PER YARD "
PLAIN COIjORED TAFFETAS. IN ALL THE SPRING SHADES. ALSO FANCY AND
POLKA DOT LOUISINES IN TAFFETA EFFECTS ALL BRIGHT SPRING COIjORLNGS H H
- AS WELL AS WHITE AND BLACK. REGULAR Lr.<: AND 18c. VALUE, OFFERED 11 ||
AT, PER YARD li li
ANOTHER VERY SPECIAL IS A LINE OF SATIN TAFFETAS, WITH EMBROIDERED POLKA
DOTS -FULL 4 INCHES WIDE. IN LIGHT BLUB. PINK. LAVENDER. GREEN. ^
NAVY AND CARDINAL? AS WELL AS PLAIN SATIN TAFFETA AND OTHER PRETTY 1 OC
EFFECTS?THE KIND WORTH 25<>. AND 29c. PER YARD, FOR H
ELEGANT WIDE SASH RIBBON. SOFT EFFECT. MADE OF HIGH-Ll'STER TAFFETA AND
SOFT lA ?UISINE. IN PLAIN AS WELL AS FANCY STRIPES?PRETTY BR K >111' COL- ^ c=>
ORS AND COMBINATIONS -THE VERY NEWEST FOR SPRING WEAR 04 AND 7
INCHES WIDE. WORTH UP TO 5?e. PER YARD. FOR
WE ALSO HAVE IN STOCK A LINE OF HAIR BOWS. MADE OF BLACK SILK r=?
VELVET, GAUZE AND PLAIN RIBBON-WHIOH ARE WORTH UP TO 50e. EACH,
FIRST FLOOR SECTION E.
An Advance Offering off Refrigerators.
We have selected tomorrow as the day for the
advance sale of refrigerators. Oor wareroomis as
wefll as salespSace are just stacked with these cold
storage necessities.
THREE MAKES WHICH ARE KNOWN AS THE BEST THE RANNEY. LAPLAND AND THE
CONDOR THE MOST ECONOMICAL OF ANY IN USE PERFECT IN CONSTRUCTION EASILY
CLEANED MADE OF GENUINE HARD OAK?ANTIQUE FINISH AND
HIGHLY POLISHED ? GALVANIZED LINED AND NICKEL-PLATED
TRIMMING PACKED WITH MINERAL WOOL AND CHARCOAL SHEET
ING REMOVABLE IOE CHAMBER. SHELVES AND WASTE PIPES. Sl'E- j/fl
CIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICES?ICE CHESTS?AT r
Upright Refrigerators, $5.55.
THIRD FLOOR? HOUSEFURNISIIING DEPT.
Upholstery Depart menu t.
WITH ANOTHER QUOTA OF GOOD SPECIALS, WHICH
INCLUDES A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENTOF RUF
FLED COTTAGE AND MADRAS CURTAINS.
WHITE SWISS MUSLIN CURTAINS. 8 YARDS LONG, WITH DEEP RUFFLE OF THE * <n>
SAME, FINLS1IED WITH LACE EDGE, AT, PER PAIR ......... OVC.
FIGURED ORGANDY CURTAINS, 3 YARDS LONG, MADE WITH FLUTED RUFFLE trvQ
OF PLAIN ORGANDY-COIN-SPOT PATTERNS?ALL SIZES, PER PAIR VOC.
COLORED ORGANDY CURTAINS. 3 YARDS LONG, RUFFLED EDGE OF PLAIN ? f| /f\/\
WHITE, FIGURES OF FLEUR DE LIS AND ENGLISH CROWN, PER PAIR ^ 11 .1PU
WHITE LACE STRIPED SWISS MUSLIN CURTAINS. 8 YARDS LONG, WITH II I/O.
FLUTED RUFFLE OF THE SAME?SPECIAL, PER PAIR $11 .aSV
PIjAIN WHITE SWISS MUSLIN CURTAINS, 8 YARDS LONG. WITH RUFFLES ? fl <n>?
OF THE SAME, AND DEEP LACE INSERTING, AT, PER PAIR 1 ? V5
ECRU SNOWFLAKE MADRAS CURTAINS, WITH COLORED CROSS - STRIPE, C fl
FRINGED TOPS FULL 3 YARDS LONG-PER PAIR $ J1 .UtP
ED UN MADRAS CURTAINS. FULL 3 YARDS LONG, WITH COLORED ALL-SILK D S
CROSS-STRIPES, FRINGED TOP AND BOTTOM, PER PAIR
100 PIECES OF IMPORTED WHITE SWISS MUSLIN, COIN-SPOT FIGURES AND
PLAIN-SPECIAL, PER YARD MXj^jC.
200 PIECES OF NEW SPRING STYIJ5 SIMPSON BEATRICE AND PURITAN SILKO- fl ffc-r.
LINE, 36 INCHES WIDE, IX PLAIN AND FIGURED. PER YARD MUC.
100 PIECES OF 36-INCH ECRU SNOWFLAKE MADRAS. WITH COLORED CROSS lift,,
STRIPES, PER YARD ?JyC.
200 PIECES OF 36-INCH, ALL COLORS, IN PLAIN DENIMS FOR FLOOR COVERING
?FULL ONE YARD WIDE?PER YARD
5O0 PIECES OF NEW 30 INCH EGYPTIAN AND CAMEO FURNITURE CRETONNE,
PER YARD ^
THIRD FLOOR?UPHOLSTERY DEPT.
fl8c.
H0c.
S. KANN, SONS & CO,
MARKET SPACE.
1
The New
Mattings * ?c
are on the floor?^already for
your selection. \\Te jjuy di
rect from the oriental* them
selves?the nearer the maker
the lower the priclj, you
know. All the discounts are
figured off here. i>.
Biggest and best assort
ment of patterns we have ever
shown.
Early choice has two ad
vantages. Better variety to
select from?and we're mak
ing special offerings now?to
start the Straw Matting sea
son a-booming.
Hoeke,
"HOME S FITTINGS," Pa. Ave. and 8th St.
Ladies' Spring Suits
Tailored to Perfection.
?Fashion's favorite stylos are beautlfnlly Illus
trated in the Imported models and models of
our own conception. Full line of elegant Im
ported fabrics. Thoroughly high class, artistic
tailoring assured.
Louis Foer,la?r:itilor'
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fx "Strictly reliable qualities."
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Graceful and Becoming i??
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Many new and cleverly de- j$|
signed Skirts are shown 51
among the spring novelties? ??
and they are not so expensive ^
as their general appearance ^
would indicate. Trimmings jf
are lavishly used?but in |[
good taste. Skirts from $5 p
to $70?these new arrivals
this morning:
New Fnlined Cheviot Skirts, trimmed jjl
with moire. $!i and $13.5o. jjg
New I'nlined Broadcloth Skirts, is
trimmed with braid, at $1?. jj?
Elaborate creations in Silk
Waists?rivaling the richest j?
of made to-order productions. ||
New shipments this morning in the *|
Black and \Y!*ite Silk Waists at $?!.
And Peau de Cygiuj Waists in tans, 3|
white and light blue, trimmed with 3?
lace, at $K. I'S
And White Silk Waists, beautifully w
trimmed, *t $11.50.
Xo spring wardrobe will be s
complete without a short tan ^
or black jacket. ?
The Tan Jackets for Ladles and
Misses ai $7.f><>. $10. $1- to $18.50. (5
The Black Cheviot Jackets at $C.T5 (5
up. cfc.
The new Silk Raglans at $lfc..V> up. Si
The newest of the new in ^
Walking Skirts at $6 up. ?.?
hi
Corsets for stout figures. |f
Tlie I. C. make- long over hip. very J?
graceful for st?'iir ladies, and
*5.60.
WM. H. McKNEW, -
933 Pa. Ave. 8
It
How ComfortDog
It is to know that you will have a guar
anteed Income ns long as life lasts,
thereby being relieved of all fear that
your Investments may not yield what is
necessary for your support.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company
of New York will Issue to any one from
three years old and upward, an annuity
which will guarantee them a lixed in
come for life. These annuities are se
cured by over three hundred and fifty
two D-Ullon dollars of assets, as well as
by the company's successful business
career of fifty-nine years.
For further information apply to
Thomas P. Morgan
f
Second-story Front Room, 1335 F St. N'.W.
mhl-26t,5o Telephone Main 1126.
MUCH OR
LITTLE HEAT.
BESIDES being clean
er, cheaper and
Use a
Gas
more convenient to
use, OAS HEATERS
?re especially good, be
cause you can have at*
much or as little heat
as you want. Regulate
it by turning the valre.
We show all kinds of
Heaters.
Gas Appliance Exchange,
1424 New York Avenue.
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Concord Harness?the Standard.
bargains.
are being closed out at marvelously low prices.
You can get just what you want and at practically
your own price. See our stvek.
LUTZ & CO.,^497 Pa. Ave.
mhll-20d
ElKDT
!?'?
Open or closed-case
Watch Crystals, 10c
Mainsprings, very
best guaranteed?75c
Expert in Swiss and
English Watches.
Clocks Called for and Delivered.
Telephone 628-4.
Jewelry Repairing st Lowest Prices.
Eyeglasses repaired while yon wait at most rea
sonable prices.
A. KAHN, 935 F N.W.
fe24-2flt*,lT
MANICURING, 50c.
Only Experts Employed.
No apprentices, no gore fingers.
J. J. GEORGES St SON,
Chlropidy and Manicuring,
No. 1115 Pa. are. n.w.
'Phone 2818-2. Boors, 8:30 to 8 p.m.
mh4-10d
?moot,Coffer:
[email protected]?
1216 FSt. 'Phone 725.
Ladies' Elegant
Tailor-MadeSmi5tS:
SHOWING r superb line of the most
stylish Suits for spring wear?-Suits
designed and made by the fore
most ladles' tailors in the country.
Now Tailor-made Suits of Oriental
Canvas, Voile and other soft, thin fab
rics?in Eton, Blouse, Double-Breasted I
and Fly-front effects?In new greens, tan. Y
gray and reseda? /f /?*v ^ tra s\ V
trimmed with moire ?R / / R\(| 1) #
bands. Special for.. ^^???
I'PERB Suits of Broadcloth and Y
Voiles, In the newest styles, with *f
silk drop skirt??n black, new blue y
and rich shades of tan a V
and gray ? moire trimmed. V
Special for ?aS*J ?
Silk Raglans. |
THE new Silk Raglans are very &
much in vogue for spring wear. ^
Beautifully made of guaranteed ,J,
taffeta with extra 4* fl
cnpes, deep cuffs, strnp seams ^ II ^ t
and flare flounce. Special for. ^ ^
New Dress Ski rts f
TYLISHLY made Dress Skirts of A
" flue taffeta, iwin de sole, moire,
voiles. &e.?have the new flounce ?*?
and silk drop skirt. Ef- /t? <1 q
feetively trimmed with taffeta II ?5
? 1- and moire band*. Special for. ^
I Spring Jackets, $
THE latest creations In Tailor-made
Jackets for spring. Best quality A
melton and covert cloth. ???
w 1 t li strapped and <1 ?*.
stitched warns. In Black. Tan II II II ?*,
and Castor. Special for ?K ** v X
New Waists. |
BEAUTIFUL line Of silk Waist#?
exquisite creations in fine taf- J
feta. peau de sole and moire, in y
black and all the new pa y
sprint? shades for street and evon-S^^^ y
ing wear. Priced up from ^ y
DELIGHTFUL display of Wash ,j,
Waists, in the latest "Gibson"
and blouse effects?pique, inadras.
iinu uiyiiBC 10?
. cheviot and India llnon?in plain ?
white and dainty new colorings. /jfe f1 ,t.
i* original effects in trimming. II t
y Priced up from ^ *;?
1 Silk Petticoats. f
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^ II ^IIE latest creations in fine Taffeta y
*- li Silk Petticoats, have deep ruffle, y
li trimmed with strap bands?others y
? with hemstitched anil accordion- #,?
pleated ruffle?. Choice of black S 1_
?*? an-l all shades. Priced up:WHn 1
from ^ ?
| New Robes. f
*t* MOWING some exquisite new crea- y
1 tlons in Robes of Real Irish Cro- V
1 A. > chet, Point Lear. Linen, Luxlelle. o
t Batiste, Nun's Veiling, Grenadine ?*?
*t* and Net?richest an-l most exclusive ef- &
Y feets. ?>
Y Beautiful Black Grenadine and Toint y
I ri'Esprit Robes, pret- y
J tily trimmed with tl E?/fh V
*/ silk quilling. Special ?([[) A
Y for ^ ?>
A ^
Is moot, Cofffer& McCalley .i
'& 1216 F Street. ?
t ?%
A It $
TORN WELL'S. ON THE AVENTE "
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
LENTEN DAINTIES
?enables you to have a differ
ent Lenten dish for every meal.
Here vou will find the choicest
of evervthing edible, from river,
lake and sea, put up in most
tempting styles.
BT7 fornw. lis "B HEAKFAS T" and
AFTER-DINNER 'COFFEES are the l*tt
that money can buy. Only 38c. lb.
a. a. CORNWELL & SON,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
1412-1418 Penn. Avenue.
mhl2-w.f.m-40
~ ' ?)
fr
March WSmidsl
vent your skin from ^
"chapping." Removes $
f: all redness and rough- g
noss?keeps the skin soft and J
? smooth. Contains no grease. &
f(r Onlv 25c. bottle. ?
| The W. S. Thompson 3
i Pharmacy, 7?3 15th St. *
ft
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"Things out of the ordinary.''
pASTER (QARDS
AND NOVELTIES for Easter.
^E an- showing innumerable artistic and
original designs in EASTER OARJ?S and
NOVEL/TIES appro
WNOVEITTIES appropriate for Easter.
(T^Also Easter designs In BOX PA
PERS. Prayer Books and Hymnals in sets.
HARRISON'S, pst.
FINE STATIONERY. ENGRAVING & NOVELTIES.
mh 12-w.f, m-20
tC^MADE FRESH EVERY DAY.
Pure, Delicious
CHOCOLATES
?and BONBONS made
FRESH EVERY DAY of
finest materials. More than
70 varieties from which to se
lect. No finer confections are
made. Everybody enjoys
them.
E7Ladies will find our LUNCH DEPT.
very pleasant and convenient.
REEVES', 1209 F
"PVinr Groceries. Candles,
rour uepts., Bakery Goods, Lunch.
mhl2-w.f.m-40
AreYolUlEati]nlg,
Prof. Hart's Brown Bread?
F NOT, let as serT? you daily with this
fa-nous bread. It neT?r fails to give the
highest satisfaction. Made of enUre wheat
flour?always dellclons and nourishing.
Easily assimilated. More nutritious than
meat.
[7Sent any time.,Price, 6c. loaf.
Krafft's Bakery,
CHOICE BREAD, ROLLS. CAKES, PIES, Etc.
mhl2-w,f,m,20
IF TROUBLED WITH
Constipation, indigestion or liver trouble,
Drop postal to
E-Z CHEMICAL CO., Washington, D. C.,
And get a sample bottle E-Z Tablets FREE*
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THE WORLD OF SOCIETY
KBS. GRANGER ENTERTAINS FOR
MRS. SHAW.
Secretary and Mrs. Root Have a Nota
ble Company to Dinner?Other
Feasts?Personals.
Mrs. John Tileston Grander entertained
at luncheon today at her homo, 1X18 Con
necticut avenue. In honor of Mrs. Shaw,
wife of the Secretary of the Treasury. The
other guests were Mrs. Perez. Mrs. J. C.
Burrows. Mrs. Charles N. Fowler, Mrs.
George B. Williams, Mrs. E. J. 8omers,
Mrs. Rudolph Kauffmann, Mrs. M. M.
Parker, Mrs. Theodore Noyes, Miss Sodg
ley and Mrs. Victor Kauffmann. The table
was decorated with pink roses.
The Secretary of War and Mrs. Ro it en
tertained last evening at dinner, their
guests being the Russian ambassador, the
Austrian minister and Mrs. Hengolmuller,
Mr. and Mrs. de Margerie, Col. and Mrs
Kltson, the Assistant Secretary of War
and Mrs. Sanger, Mrs. James W. Pinchot,
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson. Mr. GlfTord Pin
chot, Mr. and Mrs. Munn, Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Foster, Mrs. Audenrled. Mrs.
Charles Phelps of New York. Miss Jose
phine Patten, Senator Depew and Repre
sentative William H. Moody.
The French ambassador has invited
friends for Friday afternoon, when the re
cently completed portraits of Mrs. Roose
velt and Miss Rooseyelt will b?* on exhi
bition. Mr. Theodore Chartran. the French
artist who painted them, is tho surst of
Mr. Cambon during his stay at the capital.
Mr. Wauters of the Belgian legation, who
left for Cuba yesterday, gave a dinner
Monday night in honor of the Belgian
minister and Baroness Monch^nr. The
other guests w*>re Mr. and Mrs. Crackan
thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. von Callenberg. Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Padelford. Mr. and Mrs.
Chatfield-Taylor, Miss Wtlmore and M.
Hermite.
The Knockers' Progressive Euchre was
delightfully entertained by the Misses
Knotts at their home. <523 C street north
east. last evening. The prizes were won
by Miss Edna Knotts and Mr. Edgar
Clarkson. Those present were the Misses
Skinner, Harrison, House. Edna Knotts,
Verda Knotts, Claggett. Rosie Bright and
J. Bright, and the Messrs. C. Clarkson,
Towers, Punch, Schwenner. Burgor, B. M.
Cambell, Blackford and Mr. H. Knotts.
Mrs. I. Kaufman. 634 G street southeast,
will be at home today with Mrs. Roths
child of Philadelphia.
Miss Mabel T. Kent has returned to her
home on East Capitol street after a year's
absence spent in California, Philippine Is
lands and Japan.
Mrs. Leonora von Stosch. formerly of
this city, was married February 10 at
Hamburg, Germany, to Mr. Edgar Speyer
of London.
Mr. and Mrs. Cuno H. Rudolph left this
afternoon for New York, whence they sail
tomorrow for Havana, Cuba.
Mrs. Robert H. Foerderer and Miss Foer
derer, wife and daughter of Representative
Foerderer of Pennsylvania, returned yes
terday from Palm Beach. Fla.. where they
have been spending the past month, and
are now at their Washington home, 1761 R
street.
The Legion of Loyal Women will srlve a
tea at the residence of Mrs. Florence Don
ohue. 1134 8th street northwest, Monday,
March 17, from 8 to 11 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Payne Whitney, whose
honeymoon has been spent in the south, are
now at the Hay residence for a visit. Miss
Alice Hay. who caught cold on the occa
sion of her sister's wedding, is convalescing
from a severe attack of tonsilltls.
Mr. Solon H. Borghum, a French sculp
tor. whose wife is a sister of Capt.Vignal
of the French embassy, has come to this
country. Mr. and Mrs. Borghum will live
in New York.
Gen. Anson Mills entertained at dinner
last night the Boer envoys, Mr. Wessels
and Mr. Wolmarans. The other guests
were Senator Hoar. Senator Culberson. Gen.
Miles. Gen. Sinclair. Col. Henry Watter
son. Maj. Carter. Senator John B. Hen
derson, Mr. J. H. Hopkins, Mr. Slayden,
Mr. Cochran. Mr. Shafroth. Mr. Burleson,
Mr. Montagu White and Mr. Brockhinzen.
The Cambrian (Welsh) Society held Its
meeting Monday evening, March 10, In
Georgetown at the residence of Dr. and
Mrs. Thomas J. Jones. The president. Dr.
Jones, welcomed the society and spoke of
St. David, the patron saint of Wales. A
musical and literary program followed:
Piano solo. Miss Annie St. Claire; reading.
Dr. Jones: vocal trio. Prof, and Mrs. Ste
phens and Mrs. Brown; recitation, Mr. R.
F. Jones; solo (vocal), Mrs. G. Evans; read
ing, Mrs. L. B. Jones; solo (vocal). Prof. J.
W. Stephens: remarks, Mr. J. A. Reece;
solo (vocal), Mr. Griffith Evans: accompa
nist, Miss M. D. Bennet. Among those
present were Miss Fannie Loane, Miss Flor
ence S. Harries. Miss A. E. Williams, Miss
Helen Loane. Mr. William Rhinemiller, Mr.
William Bennet, Mr. G. Holland Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williams, Miss K. Mil
ler, Miss L. Roberts, Mr. R. J. Jones, Mr.
J. T. Roberts, Miss Leila J. Reese. Mr. J.
A. Reese, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Jones, Prof,
and Mrs. J. W. Stephens. Mrs. D. E. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Griffith Evans. Miss Bennett,
Mr. John B. Jones, Mrs. Susan Virginia
Buzzee and Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Jones.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Swope have gone to
Jamaica and will take In other points of In
terest before their return to Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Walker have
moved from 137 North Carolina avenue
southeast to their new home, 1313 Q street.
The Hiawatha Club met last evening at
the residence of Miss Minnie Dierken.
After the business meeting the members
were invited to the dining hall, where a
repast was served. Among those present
were Misses M. Dierken, K. Rover. J. Dier
ken, M. Gorman. N. Sherwood, R. Downing.
N. Cavanaugh and Messrs. B. Rover. J.
Kearney, J. Murphy, J. Becker, R. Cava
nagh. H. Hegarty and J. C. Spottswood.
Mrs. Moncure Burke is visiting relatives
in New York, and will not be at home dur
ing the month of March.
Mrs. E. G. Hines is visiting friends in
Lancaster, Pa.
Mrs. T. W. Nordlinger has discontinued
her day at home.
SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF MAINE.
Will Tonight Entertain Members of
Excursion Parties to Washington.
A second excursion from Maine arrived
In the city this afternoon over the Balti
more and Ohio railroad. The members of
the party are staying at the Raleigh, Eb
bitt and other places about the city. To
gether with all other visitors now in Wash
ington they will be tendered an informal
reception this evening by the "Sons and
Daughters of Maine" at their parlors, 622
6th street northwest, between 8 and 10
o'clock.
It is expected tfeat Senator Frye, Senator
Hale Representative Littlefleld and other
members of the delegation from Maine in
Congress will attend and address the gath
ering. Mr. Walter Hlggins is president of
the "Sons and Daughters," and Mrs. O. H.
Briggs Is secretary.'
SALE OF LIQUORS.
Excise Board Makes Report on a Pend
ing Bill.
The excise board has made a report to
the District Comnlissioners on Senate bill
4202, to regulate the sale of intoxicating
liquors in the District of Columbia, which
was referred by the Senate District com
mittee to the local- authorities with a re
quest for information as to the necessity
of the proposed legislation. It will be re
membered the Commissioners recently
granted a hearing to the Anti-Saloon League
irnd other temperance societies of the Dis
trlct who favored the proposed bill, whlctt
is similar to bills introduced at the two last
sessions of Congreas. The report of tha
excise board la made by Mr. 8. T. ?. Mor
sell, the chairman, and Is as follows:
"The board has carefully considered the
Inclosed bill. Senate A'Mi, to regulate th?
sale of intoxicating liquors in the Distriot
of Columbia, and Is of the opinion that lta
enactment into law would cure deflects in
the present excise law and Introduce new
features which would in a great measure
tend to perfect a good law.
"The board would respectfully suggest
that section 6 of the bill be amended by
adding after the word 'sold' In line Id the
following words, 'to be drunk on tho prem
ises.' Under a strict construction of this
section, if the bill became a law. a grocer
holding a wholesale liquor license would bo
amenable to punishment if he permitted a
minor to enter the premises for the purpose
of purchasing groceries."
The amendment is intended to make It
plain that minors shall not be allowed In
places where liquor is sold "to be drunk on
tne premises." The present law does not
prohibiting minor* from entering saloons,
but makes it unlawful for any one to seil
them liquor.
CHICAGO FACTORY BURNS.
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company a
Heavy Loser.
CHICAGO. March 11.?The five-story
brick warehouse of the Krtinswlck-llalke
Collcnder Company, located at Wells and
Superior streets, was practically destroyed
by fire tonight. The flames spread so rap
idly that for a time the company's factory,
which adjoins the warehouse, was threat
ened. A large quantity of ammonia and in
flammable material slored In the building
handicapped the flremen, as an explosion
was expected at any moment. Several spe
cial calls for extra engines were sent in,
and after a stubborn light the flames were
subdued, with a loss of $175,(100.
The principal item of loss was a great
quantity of glass recently imported, and
which would have been used for making
mirrors. The value of this glass, which
was destroyed, was 1100,000. All losses aro
covered by insurance.
The Mormon missionaries propaganda hag
become very active in Denmark.
Mrs. E. X. WALLEBINS, Vermillion. Minn.,
writes:
".My little girl, Julia, was taken with a COUGH*
and at times was rirost rated with fever JWXE'S
EXI'WTtlHAM' CURED HER."
MARRIED.
LEI-PR ANT?HOLMES. In Washington. <>n Sep.
triuher 11, li?01. by Rev. Mr. Jarvln. <*H.\l N
CEY LEI-BRANT utul DAISY HOLMES. ?
\\ RIGHT?GATF.WOOD. In Richmond. Vs.. oil
Mareh H. 11102, by Rev. Or. Hetty, at The resi
dence of Mr. Woodaon Rurruss," Mr. MILT"N
M. WRIGHT of <'amliue county, Va. to Mlsa
MOLL1E M. GATKWOOD of this city. ?
DIED.
BROWN. On Tuesday. Man-h 11. 1802. nt tha
residence of Mr. James Sprlngmann. 407 Mary
land aveuus southwest. HMIL.Y C. BROWN,
aged twelve years, daughter of Benjamin H.
Brown, hospital steward, tT. S. A. (retired).
Servic-es at house at 4 n.m. Wednesday. Remains
to Ikj taken to New York on Thursday. ?
COAKLEV. On Wednesday, Mareh 12. lis'2 at)
6:30 a.m., MARY T., beloved wife of ' the
late Gabriel Coakley. at the residence of her
daughter. Mr*. Sophia Hawkins, 2244 12th
street northwest.
Requiem mass at St. Augustine's ttiureh, 15th
stnet between L and M streets. Friday at 10
a.m. Friends and relatives Invited to attend.
(Huston. New Yprk aud Baltimore papers please
copy.) ?
DENHAM. On Wednesday, March 12, 1IH12, at
10:05 a.m., JOHN LEWIS, husband of Sara A.
lienham, In his fifty-seventh year.
Notice of funeral hereafter. 3*
GORMAN. On March 11, 1002. at Providence Hoi.
pltal, after a short illness of pneumonia.
ANNIE E. GORMAN.
Funeral will take place from St. Mary's Church,
Alexandria, Va., Friday morulug, March 14. a#
0 o'clock. ?
LOVELESS. On March 11, 1002. at 10:;wi a.m.,
II?A, lieloved wife of Joseph W. Loveless ami
daughter of Mrs. Agnes Ghlo, in her twenty
third year.
Funeral from the residence of her sister. Mrs.
Davis, 12.r> Jackson street. Anaconda. Thursday,
March 13. at 3 o'clock. Friends and relatives
invited. Interment at Mount Olivet. ?
MARSHALL. At 8:15 p.m. March 10. 10o2. at)
her home, 1^44 Emerson street northeast. Mm.
FANNIE M. MARSHALL.
Funeral from Epworth Church, 7th and A streets
northeast, on Thursday, Mareh 13. at 2 p.m.
Friends Invited to attend. ?
MATTHEWS. On March 11, 1902, at 12:30 a m.,
at his residence. Creed moor, Warrentoii. Va.,
after a lingering Illness from heart trouble,
T. WIRTON MATTHEWS.
Interment Glenwood cemetery, Washington, 4 p.m.
Thursday. ?
MORGAN. On Tuesday, March 11, 11102, at 12:30
a.m.. .JARGARET MORGAN, widow of the late
Richard Morgan.
Funeral services at tier late residence. 515 14th
street northeast, Thursday. March 13, at 3 p.m.
Relatives and friends are luvlted to attend. 2*
NOOXE. Suddenly, on Wednesday, Mareh 12, 1802,
at 4 a.m., JAiMBS J. NOONE, beloved son of
Ellen and the late Thomas Noone.
May he rest in peace. Amen.
Funeral will take place Friday from his late resi
dence, 22 Bth street northeast, at 8:SO a.m.;
thence to 'St. Peter's Church, where requiem
mass will lie said for the repose of his soul.
Relatives aud friends are respectfully Invited
to attend. . 2*
ORAM. On Monday, March 10. 1802. at his resi
dence, 302 3d street southeast, JOSEPH H,
ORAM.
Funeral at Philadelphia Wednesday. ?
HJENNER. On Monday. March 10. 1902. at 10:30
p.m., after a long illness, CHARLES, beloved
fcon of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Renner. departed
this life In the twenty-first year of his age.
Funeral Thursday at 2 o'clock p.m. from the resi
dence of his parents, on Canal road, thence to
Grace Episcopal Church. 32d street north westi
Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
(Cumberland and Washington county paper*
please copy.) 2*
SHAW. On Tuesday. March 11, 1002. at 11:90
o'clock, JANE E., beloved wife of Albert Shaw,
Funeral from bouse at 4:30 o'clock on Thursday.
Friends are requested to meet at Oak Hill
cemetery. ?
SHIELDS. On Wednesday morning, March 12,
1802, ANNA P. SHIELDS, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. V. A. Shields.
Funeral services at the residence, 1B25 R street
northwest, on Friday. Mareh 14, at 3 p.m. ln?
terment private. 2*
STOW. On Monday, March 10, 1802, at 11 p.m.,
MARY J. STOW, beloved wife of Henry S.
Stow, aged forty-two years.
Funeral from late residence. 323 Jackson street.
Ana cost la, on Thursday, March 13, at 2 p.m.
Interment at Congressional cemetery. 2*
THORP. On Tuesday, March 11, 1802. KATIE R.t
wife of Capt- XI. R. Thorp, chief of supply
division. War Department.
Funeral services at her late residence. No. 316 9
street northeast, Wednesday, March 12. In
terment at TVm-b, Ohio. ?
WARING. On Wednesday morning, March 12.
19o2. at an early hour, BI3SSIE WARING, aged
twenty-nine years and one day. daughter of
Mrs. Ida Waring and the late W. W. Waring,
*. D.
Interment Friday. March 14, at Upper Marlboro',
Md. . ?
In Memoriam.
FOWLER. In loving remembrance of our dear
grandma, ELIZABETH FOWU5R, who died out
year ago today, March 12, 18ol.
One year ago today, grandma,
One year ago today
We stood beside your dying bed
And saw you pars away.
An angel stood there, too, grandma.
To guide you to your home
That noiue of blessed peace and rest,
That home you Justly won.
? ' BY HER GRANDSONS.
KRAMER. In memory of my dear grandmother,
DORA C. E. KRAMER, who died two years ago
todiy, March 12, 1800.
Loved In life, remembered in death.
? By her granddaughter, F. II. K.
REBSINGER. In loving remembrance of my deaf
mother, who died five years ago today?March
12, 1887.
Gone, but never will be forgotten.
? ? BY HKR SOX.
SENKIND. In loving remembrance of my deal
brother. CONRAD F. SENKIND, who died two
years ago, March 14, 1800.
Best In peace.
? BY HIS SISTER SOPHIA.
8IMONDS. In loving remembrance of my dea*
wife. BELLE SIMONDS (nee Badcllife). Who
departed this life one year ago today?JtarcB
12, 1801.
1 cannot trace the mystic way
Where she, my loved, has gone;
The shadows now obscure my amy.
My soul cries out, "Alone.
I could not think she needed yet
The changing of her sphere.
My aching heart -will ne er forget
She waa an angel here.
8tin as my guide and counselor
Henceforth, oh, may she be;
Dear spirit home, a messenger
From thy pure realm to me.
Although I cannot trace the way,
I'll wait her beckoning hand;
I know her soul will speak to me
And 1 shall understand.
? BY HER HUSBAND,

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