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Furniture Factory, 14th and B. Storage Warehouse, 2Yd and M. " lattresa and Conch Factory, 1210-12 D at. TheUphostery8 IDe_partment. -It's a perfectly equipped department-show :ing everything that's wantabie in Upholsteries, Talb!e Covers-fringes and all the rest of the: details that mean so much when one is plan :ning the house beautiful.._ 't The men who buy these stocks are always on their + mettle to collect the very best to be had. That they can get 4 it at a lower price than is usual is so much the better for 2 them--for it means a lower selling price to you, and conse -"uetl more business for their departments."_ Upholsteries. TbeCvr._ +- Tapeatry. Furniture Coverings. etc. 44Tbe oes....$.5t 35 j h Pe S ttn u ntTTaestry..... $.5 . o $12 .. al +er.... 125t 65 j . Bagdad Tapestry.......... $0.50 to $41.94)84 T be C vr....025)t 85 .~" Cotton Gobelin Tapestry.. $1.10 to $1.75 1- al oes.... 37 o$20 $ ._ Silk Gublln Tapest ry .. . .. $2.(a) to $ri.oU 1 1-0al0oes.... 45 o$50 j "- Mohair lushes........... $0.75 to $3.0 , ." Plain Cotton i'lushea...... $0.75 to $1.00 " , ITa Fgure Stins. .......... 1.0t $1.75F riueFigsfo ..$.8t 30 _ S Cretonnes frmm........... $0.15 to $1.00 " . 8ateens . ...... ... .... $0.18 to $0.40Ed ig fo ........ 010t $ .0 "i Taffetas ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 6- T........ 0 o $.0Gipsale Cors....... $1.25 to $0.5,$ .. T8- Tabl aSpers. ....t...q$2.e5artment0s t erthiy prcta'ys anyRefine UroseCes, BaTaby CvrsriagesandGs a nd si te s of umesthe . is thvaty man so ur wne oie is m... $e8 t i theFg hne freao .u .nd .. .ell ...l ... t o T h Te n whorbuy theD stocks are alts. oth T ettl cutom colec the ereste to)adht.hycae ei atro y prictha is man Refrigerats Ice Chests, f Baby Carriages and Go-Carts ent ai: is, they variei s complete ....... one0 tieasa othr We5sell tEmnllhe Bayarrudand we...... sel0 rello than0 our Recininte r-Cauts.are ct while oh eS'tcutio ma is to-deplte th......... 5 o $50 Crriag eratos s and aesos R We ol Carigeraor isa. ... .. .......... $7. 75 to $12 50oo C in C est.p. o1.2 . ... ........ $4.5o to $2 5o 0 astry Re...r.to . .... ........... $2-50 to $0 B Laa Tabayo Covers. .5 to $.00 3. SIlk ( ab Carriage. . ... .. $4..t . 2- Tal .or.$ . to $ 5.00o S h a ten l ish Baby. C r................ $0.0 to $ 5 - l Rc nlining G oC.5 t . . . . . $3-50 o $2 -o Strd a tionary Go-C rts.... $..1I*$ .. .. .. ..1I~41U .. S .oo o $5 .0 Caiges Ress and Parasoan. * Pla mbiWoo arragel......07 Roo s.$. .......ig $175to $10e.o W r China S p o-Crto Sob. . . $0 t . y Fiured Satin Paras.s.. ...*1. to $ . ........... Frngs1-50. 1 to $300 Lacen,... Paraso.... 1 oes ........... fr.. ......0 .0to $.00 Sattn e en Paraso.... s. . . t . $.00 .. .. ..... $ .5t 15 * Tafe us.. kids.....$00to$0 GiesadCr . 004o$.2 Lanburh &Bro. _ Friday's Anniversary Sale._ ST Read them over carefuy; you'll find something here to interest you. 24-inch Persian elvets. There are only four pieces in this lot, and the combination of colorings are perfect. These goods we Asold for $1.o and they were good value at that price. - "_ What's left you can have Friday at, vard .... .......... // 7 lo ; A wre iecesrofethose Cth Velvts aecleftassortmeth us as Regeastlast andk Vle Chstos35.prad Ou rigeFriay,rs....................$.00. to $15.o alueI9c Cheastspecial.yard...... ........'$4..0t $2500 LiNureu Reriars.emstitchd.with$draw o sie8 4. Baby Crrgesoc alues orFriday onl a c B b arae......................................... + Eng.qulihty ariaeFst..Black.Percaline; to$5=0f fiih.Secliing o-ariday.nly,yard..........$.... to$5.0o onl Stationary... -Ca...................... to $. .: Blaarria -wool Canvs Etm,nwand sosirbeneoh Lpcamb Fia Woly Card.....Ve.............. to$1.0o $5.ohinaeSheepc Go-at RownComforts.filled t $7ure . igs Secin alo ras..................... .50 A oLya...............-.................$.50. to$.0 valua.eFo ara,oyar...................... to$.5 9-4noalids oleache hirs-a fuchllsrtentery- va 100 ies in gih ogCot.Arc 25~ piecesies &li Poiu;is i St r 1the.fbri fo srt wass*hsi u 5.kn. FrFia only,.. 12Fridasilieo Aniversayrd.....y. ........... i. 25c.Huaria themh fovr FrdyAad. --.....1c othing hcierto interet yonua.hetm addi o 24-inchy Pefofrhangdo waes Therte areolorpee intis sh ot, n thae combpinatlyinjue ofcloi arerect.dth bThbigesteds whe, wA Anasld or .0 anm d theyington abood alued tat thafi a ueya ci 4@ 56-inchdBF Hromn.sThn bCh evit, tityalwo,clr : Ns "t . " i" PROPOSED IXPBVFE T OF ROTUNDA. THE CAPITOL DVU LDING at.Apsawawawilbarngdfo byd the Superintendent.eatresan HISANNUA REPORT CENRALPORDTON. UN 0 OTNA T C pt O I N scheme of decoration will be preserved. A Cannthei aenarc tetul fna roe an length will be but an enlarged example of that at the east doors of the Senate and ~ Hose.Theroom ganedby the new con Important Projects in con strictihnheillobewlhrgoand pmmodious and of the same architectural design as the by the Superintendent. rooms in either end. suew Office Building. The new office building should be connect I td wit the Capitolb a subway, through HIS ANNU L REPORT whihthe electric lighting, power and steam and hot-water system for heating the latter building would be carried. Members oc EXTENSION OF EAST FRONT OF upying rooms In the new structure could by its accommodations reach the hall of CENTRAL PORTION, the House almost as promptly as they do now from committee rooms in the terrace. In view of the proximity of the proposed new structure to the Capitol building, the To Complete Decoration of Interior of construction should be carried out on clas sic lines. The exterior walls of the new gbuilding should be either of marble or grame ite. preferably the former. The Interior New Offices, would be constructed largely of steel an, terra cotta and other fireproof materials. The court walls would be faced with enam eled bricks conducive to cleanliness and Contained in the annual report of Mr. good lighting for the interior rooms. Elliott Woods, superintendcnt of the Capi- A restaurant and the kitchen will be tol building and grounds, just submitted located on the third floor of the building.t s near as possible In the central portion. Such location will make this part of the tails of three Important projects in con- domestic establishment comfortable and nection with the Capitol, which are of pe- proierly ventilated. culiar interest to the citizens of Washing- Work of the Year. ton. These are the extension of the east The history of the minor repairing in the front of the central portion of the Capitol interior of the Capitol building during the building, the finishing and redecoration of year is but a repetition of this work during the interior of the rotunda, and the con- former years. The important features ot struction of an annex or office building for this work were the reroofing of the Supreme the use of members of the House of Rep- Court chamber, the central portion of the resentatives, to oecupy one of the squares building and statuary hail, as well as the adjacent to and on the south side of the retitting of the hall of the House. This Capitol grounds, work Is now all comleted, and the building presents an interior apoearance surpassing The estimated cost of extending the east that of years if not of all time. front of the Capitol building is $2,00($n; The amounts expended in repairs and te the cost of constructing the most ambitions construction are given as follows in the of the several plansre rb ng r of Mr. beoeite ofRsrt or.. glra Ie, prepfers,l the,i35 orr The groundsr is 4,(E, wil te cstof inshng he$'wou(4ldigh costructe buldigl and steeound rotndaisvarouly stmatd t fom$6~,-$3;ter cotam adhen freno ateria,1s. decorationadopted,et Disrictks Codumie cto housliess and Begoidninghting for thetenteriorvrooms. theplnsprsete ebrcethwrkof AAIrsarSn Ind GEOeThen.llb thelat M. Cark hs pedeesor sach-lGnat nd hehrsonloo Ifte Gathered tectaroastpessapleoln the centra, portson. gesion ofMr Wods.MrSWaters pop-Wtio ofl Rok eek. pr o h ositonwastoinceas th apeaanc of Adomst estoyablehentrtaimfortaselad stregth f th preentinteior ilsers rasterventiatedt.AbasPrihHl,o by he ddtio o coums ad moifed heTeneyonro,fothe ener. fth cornce bov. Arhitct lar expessd Jnio hsOry of Uthedmno Amepring Minhane a strng sntimnt tat teroundaben trior ofThe Captoebningsprga cnidurn ofhe remdeld. evetheess he xprsseayeciaion bt Mirepetetlo osewrk dingu deforeeroyeaet.theewishestaftCongresssand as pss!bl. In ommening o thisMr. oru keeth, r.eroy oell Suprem atonswit th lae rchtecoftheCap-Courta shamr skth, cenr.poton and the tol ad hi arltecuraldrafsmaniMr.A. nJ andll statay hal, Mrs wellbast tectof he readoe,flthattheintreitnd son; utheha so Miss Doue. Ti br f te rtuda romtheconic don Teork ogrno a s divideed into two parts.n presented ati~pesnt a iteio appearance ofwans u uigitriso rf Jcson.pasnd the pperanc ofstregthby te d t-at numbers f nott ongim. onof mrbl colmns nd he rarrage- haet mont Paine usieo hepeace re ment th corice;by a odifcatin oof thGergtion distriven who halos ben ill hisrepedecessors.Woo.s:oodsonstrfctpinion1day. wellas te hstorc apearnceofter- ,Ralwa Cighpiny has buitding a waitngs tunda canbe bet prserve by estorng ,romo steam hteetineafr Psteate for15he theorginl andtoe inih f te all; oenineoe erns singles, lin0;ear by intng he ppe irn wrkohrmo- er GeoCrgton Cliesit buoling ball,team the withahsanoe presem renth work fn illae sigo rdyo etwe then ate friezelark, igredecssnrias trhe o ofl,V heete-ilpa h dienso of the pit es,Mr santo ne suga- eleena afthniPersnal ofNIth Carolied ters.tionse Mr.Wdsn Mr.l Waler's covrop- oth flwing day This cntest l wsitho as to intresoe tenappearane year mAr mtst oenyable eneatlenti arkel srellt as whhe preset hnterior phers- laeg forc St. workn Pares al won nay itenation of them arcd tets MWodssufedn the southtowrdrte ofMbenet bte hcerieate. ccin tark naioaltweressed 2dstees a tgsentiment at thbed bytundaservnot temodetoric Nrotda s iathe slightsse- aiaotaan ii4 fdsie t meethe.ihes believes cand alter reseorne wihr.a Wa'tesieal in- Thfalot.Trs' uc,Wsig noaos say theis plno theb prsen cloovr-o o n 'lmr tet. aota a suetiont the athe aprcite of the Cain- frtebnfto h hrh h nc Scenborn,f thbotunda when comleved wath cordin Wator that ie cantte larnted fromhia- adasse nteporm hc n te illuthreatn dome, flte plan coul bne- ue agenme fhuooss accomplied withpeaaneofpend knuessf abute in.wt oa n ntuetlrni to theO tpresenTherlistgomeeterfainer,pwaasasero. Mr- at Fhrore, Eroposedoto incr:easseWlia . rspr, .T the exerance of sthengatb foth oftead Bado,GogeOCnnridw ctra pofrtion cofumns Canditl corerrange- leWih.Jh E rae .Hn meingin ou thiscornc;o of themodiiing oli.Rh .Gen uop eta atlie owtayset and ousnte wills fm Toa rodnadMssBsi ae hie at no.50.00y hilesn the vliews JeneGoftl isBanh ign thate the reova of the olda prcitc ts,h and.sEwr Wih.TeafarwsI welas the prici walsearane oanhi-crgofomtes f the paiso-d tunda, potin of tes preserved wil remaoin.g aifcol u asraie,Wihwl the oresnt fandstone fnthe olth builigbl pledts; ed o h hrh reminsing the rper wall ork tope curt, TeLdison- o EmaulPo ich will lht adtoe, pes ievof the pro- tsatFpeoa hrha n psinte afrition an sCohtlmchning thehedaocllstvnigttehoef dpmnsans oodsh sayset wouldstoe sacas-Mran Ms.Jlu W.Tbo,82L tegest oThee sanydstonerpa walas were loeed I tee.Aaet.Tesl o ers byithe alcat of. ater Ho e suggyfiet yeats t a odutdb al fte e those anns sudy reai texclor sheye, dte uia rgamrnee a aswelef by that gmust ahit benthe poroiagdii- Is ad, is i n nthentiosofed aritna e rovso o,Ma ayCo n i. Wood f doas arrivectn w te cuson tdoato ntnal alseJhno ndM.Ram ntimend south weingservted bureeingdFils Ithe hitrotunda tc. The i,rit llh den- M.Cue lado.afre u norvttato of thepa t e wirsentth flor- nof mno zissi,nw fD$io cor iding od to thisie a e leand from so ~a~ i. Juir rero Uie AeicnMehn 4 -4.,.~ .- 4. '*"SS ics).,S The '' eve ig's progra cosse of~ a Ed monston s,"'* WOMean's "Wear I ===The shoes that I maind for elegance al abindantly durabk brated "Wear Well"e VERY inch that's used in Shoes is selec from the fin< can be had. And the r by master hands, guid pert knowledge that c application to the bui grade footwear. Shoes always prove th< name they bear. ---"Wear Well" Sh lasts==all sizes==all ins uring a perfect fi foot. OMFORT has consideration< " " ers of "Wear V " style has not 1 to that end. There i long-no foot too shor wide-no foot too nar fic properly in "Wear suitable for any occasi comfort - you buv st, x satisfaction in "Wear __We challenge comir Well" Shoes with a the world. They aka SEDITNTTN Cash or Credit. Aflways a Big Ar You will find us always watchful of your interests an ". consequence is that there are always a lot of special i ;: don't remember the time when we have had more good needing furniture it is a good time to buy. When in Doubt, Buy at :; Stoves, Rang k Although the coal etrike I A diffieult to obtain anthracite A this need not' be any incon A for you can BURN SOFT sold by us. They are ad' S hard or soft coal. We have stock of Ranges of all kindi S Gas and Oil Ranges and le A Large Oil Heater, stand A nickel ornaments; perfor; * Crockery Depa 4. - Our stock of Dinner Sets. Seta, &c., contains every gr imported and domestic wari designs of the most exquisl beautiful and tasteful deco1 * SPECIAL-Full 100-piece1 ty shape, handsomely decora for.............. ... . Thi pilideOk,Dnnigelyasrhapgh,mbosse ek;ndbrreet andagoldrdec.r5 ba kPcePrettyoRlet heth,broa A vpec . nicely d er S. shaped, for............... t Handsome Solid Oak Ha Sold Ok CinaCloet,stads fet e French bevel plate mirror; .5, nchs hgh;ben glss eds,andhasPrech books and shoe box-for.... .5beveetelateatermirvor for................. .1. rll, overng cmplee frme- nd top eMahlet ndh for.........---------e-- e ihedf tr.. or-or.... ..... S901-903 SevenIth Street, C' BEV. BUECH AED: VILLIGER DEADIstogtdahwsu Former Washingtonian and Prominent Tedcae a it in Catholic Church. sneisetbihet Rev. Burdha.rd Villiger, S. J1., who was in-reuainithcucha strumiental in the erection of St. Aloysius Catholic Ohurch In this city, died yesterday ThMikDar.t in Philadelphia. He was eighty-three yearsTotedtoofheEnigS of age, prominent in his church and for Yu re oieo h twenty-four years was pastor of a churchPoieCrto .Crb in Philadelphia.viltoofheruato DIES N ELIUM. is thh pesnsth fadu Catholic Universty, Pam.. Away. l6it.lune.hib andradseenoneted wgeti '1% nes ws rceiedat he athlicdryuain in the churct as giu ofRe. Toma oquiien ~o Toa th Editor of Theoin St tvolaing of the rgulati Uist ladust ngo t.at h Bel went~ brti *rs an-a >f the Original "Foot Form" Boots r Men, Women and Children. rratify every de= rid ease==that are ==are our cede= "hoes for Women. of material x-- - --- "Wear Well" ted by experts :st stock that taking is done ed by the ex omes of close Iding of high Wear Well" , !ir right to the oes come in all idtihs==all toes== t for everybody's been the chief - "x >f the design- O" Vell" lasts, yet >een sacrificed s no foot too t-no foot too i row for us to Yell" Shoes- V on. You buy le - you buy Wells." _ ___ arison for "Wear ny $3O50 shoe in vays sell for $3. '9 1334 F St., 9 Next to Ebbitt House. Complete Homefurnishers. . ay of Bargains0 d always on the lookout for big values, and the alues here that are not easily matched. We things to offer than now, so that if you are House & Herrmann's. es, &c. over, it is still coal. However, venilence to yo. -3. .pted ter either a very complete atrd sises; also ~ - 3 a 2 feet high:*3 "$3.493 irtment. rea Sets. Toilet3 ade and style of a; patterns and te workmanship; ations.I $7.50 bandstme blu $116.00 Slarge pieces. a$2.25 - - This pretty 3-piece Rteception Suit m hand LII Rack. 12x20 tfted baeks and n.o fiise fra e $9.75 bos"rig "'''' n ~n $116.50 Ven h. iandsome Three-pec Chamber Site, Sideboard. 18z30 dresser; 20z24 Frneh bevel cutly bse plt tiro anly. .. ni $22.50 she Msi Cb- full uurlendok highly poish b -foo shMae - si -in top-a benutiful piece of work .... $ .25 ae alet..... 235 ERR]EI1ANN, orneir of I (Eye) Street. to general de- degree unreasonable; and I accordingly ad vised the dairymen not to submit to its en wo years of age. forcement unless compelled to do so by th the university proper judicial decision. Acting upon my Ee had a wide advice, Mr. Thompson declined to permit a theologian. his glass bottles to be inspected and --- stamped, and it is for so doing that he was ~& the ~ prosecuted. I have taken his case, which dtha- was made a test case, to the Court of Ap ar: peals In order that the question may be conviction in the there fully heard and determined. n Thompson for HENRY E. DAVIS. nesecin mil C et Superttion. lar with the cir.. From Note. a.d Queries. the privilege of In parts of Ireland it is still a common ibie terms. The belief that the wind may be literally raised .Thompson was by entering into a compact with the evil rdship on every one, when it can be laid again only by the f Coiumbia, and death of a black cock, a black dog or an at protest of the unchristened child. iling to prevent mcon mat .e To Cre a Cold in On. Day