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Parker, Bridget & Co.
The lamb Persian b-i trimm revere ten an, They's Lamb withe Co4 rily Coats. $200] We are determined that to that end we have prepare Winter Footwear. You ca qualities are guaranteed. The great popularity of our "Betsy Ron Shoes for Ladies necessitated another shii ment of this Dainty eiootwear. All Sises a omplete for tomorrow all Popular Leathers Laced, Button and Bluchier styles-$5 values fo Our "Langdon" Shoe for Ladies is shape on the new style Medium Last, also Commoz sense Toe. and is made up in Dongola KI and Box Calf. A $3.00 quality for only.... Misses' Viel Kid Laced or Button -Shoes Hand-wlt Extension Soles-Patent heatbe radTps-Sizes 11% to2-$2. va1ues f 8: $2.1)o. Children'@s -Sss0tll$. values for................................ Misses' Best Dongols' Kid, or Box Cal Shoes--choice of Button or Laced-Sizes 11 to 2-Our regular $1.5 qualities. Spech tonorrow at............................... Littl Men' citKdo Wax By Cale Spn' Heel Shoe&-izes 9 CalfD to 13"-25 values. Tomor- vamps row fo 5%-$. Our Hosiery Depa always stocked with terns and effects tha @I 310 a @S "Cookie But thin) No nee - HRIF Iah ing oer pgno Mt and 016 AVe. very best quality Persian -"Llepsicdye"-someare ed with full collars and sofchinchilla, 1aun mar d mink-others are plain. e coats that are sold very possible guarantee. ats that ordina sel1 for $175 and for r125 )t satun ))hov Bu" tomorrow shall be a busy day-from d a list of unusual bargains in Ladies nnot afford to miss such savings as the Our "Capitol" Shoes lely the be t ever solda upin PatentOLather, Viet _$305 'ni all the Popular Shape ds l 9 qol)d, Servic-eable Shoes, v Broad Toe-made to sell big bargain at tomorrow'i Our Celebrated "Steel Boys are made of Solid, 050 with bt Oak-tanned Sole D$ 050 ded with Steel Crescent@: Ities for ............... fs ~ Ittle Men's Shoes, mi with Dnrable. Solid Leat] Shoes for Winter wear-4 row for ................ and Youths' Satin Misses' and Children's Lac ress Sh prforat and Button Shoes, in all ab -solid so es-i r., to I-regular $1.00 grades, 25 values for $1.00. duced to 73c. rtment has attained wonder the latest novelties and dre; t you can find nowhere else. y Shoe f nid 312 Seventh S5ti No electric fan necessary 'a amazed at the cakes' mad :8 they are merely remarkably d of a fan to make cakes fly1 mnde anrnnmai Rresto P kr, Br6gt a 011 The Bat FUR WO manufactun absolutely unpa pieces. Lots of anxious to unla and gave us a price oi We can indulge In coats and neckpleces a usually pay wholesale UITE a number oi long stoll effect you look throug prices, so we ca ence, In the various piec BRID morning until night-and . , Men's and Children's 5e - particularly where ror Men are abso t the pric Made Kid and Bx Calf r of Toe-all Hand )Shoe made-Our2 )ectal line of Men' I 1ith Round or Plai $I 1 s for $2.00 a vair-a i a(~I i price .......... Shod" Shoes f Durable Leather .. which are st Actual $25 qui. 20 is Ae of Satin calf ier Soles-just the 1.00 grades tomor- 69C adInfants' Kid Shoes-In but Os ton or laced-hand-turned "o991 re- Sizes 1 to 6-wortb 75c.-To morrow-Wec. ful popularity; It Is ~sest styvles-nat kward Sea akes Very ai PRII .rs furnished us with the tralkled prices on for ga them are nervous about th ad-but these two had fur v them that made the pur a bargain sale when It's si ad muffs-will be sold at for like pieces. excellent muffs and neckpl s in various furs of merit t b and get thOindividual prii n't quote definite figures-1 es in such a s*ock would ma To. OATS OF HIGH DEGREE DISPLAY INTEXJGENCE OP A SUPERIOU ODE. Benator Depew's 14#and Its Accom plishments-TId Pf Smart Ones -Entered t4r Prizes. Washington's ultra *well cats are in a state of great exciteni6t and are priming and grooming themselves for a test of beauty and smartnessat;the annual contest of the Washington:CtClub, to be held in the Masodilo Templei' the early part of December. There has bien already a great purring and caterwuIW over the chances of those who are td 4nier the show, and it is even said that thtalious cats in many households have fa%j& .oot apid are not on purring terMe.to -;s - ing of having shown great sighs' of 'aMusy over the se lections of cats to compete for the many prizes that have been offered. The beauty contest is the event of the year in the social circles of catdom, and for four days they will hold sway over their admirers. The prizes, which run from silver cups, oil paintings, palms, center pieces, lace handkerchiefs, to belt pins, pocket books, sofa pillows, mirrors, silver spoons and loving cups, bid fair to bring on some ex citing contests, and it is safe to predict that the fur will fly from some of the fair Tabithas when the judges have announced their decisions. The list of entries for the show has already assumed large propor tions, and the prospects are that the ex hibition for 1902 will excel any that has heretofore been held. Some of those who will show handsome specimens are Misl Eleanor L. Burritt, Miss Ethel Champion. Mrs. Upham, Mrs. Jessie A. Burritt, Mrs. Charles A. Lane, Mrs. F. M. Reed, Mrs. Lydick, Mrs. 0. E. Duffy, Mrs. Pred Ever ett Smith, Mrs. Knowlton, Mrs. E. K. Neel and many others; Messrs. Frank Jenkins, E. 8. Schmidt, Frank 8. Johnson, Senator Depew and others.. There are cats in Washington eo Intelli gent that It is hard to believe that they have not the power of talking. manny of these have been entered for the show, and are expected to carry off prizes. Clever and Tricky. Senator Depew has a handsome gray cat that bears the name of "Tomn." it is not known whether or not he is named for the Senator's distinguished colleague from New York, but it can be said that Tom 15 clever and tricky and devoted beyond measure to his master and mistress. That Tom can think can scarcely be doubted. He is very sagacious and frequently outwits his mas ter and mistress. Tom has learned a trick that is often shown to guests at the Depew nomle. Under the dining room table is an electric bell for the purpose of summoning a servant. When., ever Tom is fastened up in the dining room he immediately jumps on this button and pushes it with great .vigor until some one arrives and lets him out. Whether by acci dent or otherwise, Tom has learned that whenever the button under the table was pushed some one entered the door, thus opening it. Mrs. leank S. Johsxson +has a short-haired cat she calls "Virginia," which Is famed throughout t-he neighborhood for its love for bicycling and snowballig. Virginia is able 'to retrieve like a dog. She will catch a ball deftly and wIll shake hands with a visitor when directed to do so. The children have taught her how to play hide and seekI with them. Virginia can also unlatch and open a door without trouble. Mr. E. S. Schmidt is said to be the proud possessor of three ca,ts which are believed to he capable of reasontgg. "Punch" will draw milk from a bottle like a baby does, howl essnt when asked if he wants the bot tie, kiss a visitor upon direction and per form any naE') Abber quaint tricks quite unusual in a cat. Judy Is not far behind her brother Wesfiijsness, and-Prince Henry, anotiher q- belonging to Mr. Schmidt, is also fg the nursing bottle, will give a kiss wI~e 'quested and raise his Nght eyebr'ow ^a gnthat he desi-res to be kissed in ret Hobson'asTIgkIHgence. "RIimgd Pear ~ 6o," a pure white oat belonging to Mi.~~iao,is full of tricks. All one hqm (to do is to speak of tricks and "obsoun"Joesbeort. is reedy to show off. The queg,d'Where's your dad?" snds htrn, all a-.quiseg to the nearest win Sow, and if his mateabapehe not to be in -sight "Hobsn": wij get bl.aasah Mr. Reddington's picture end purr furiously. Having laened that to-go thwough his re ~sctore of tricks, many of the slaught, earna for him a petting or oedan' Bobson e'vMently reasons tbM e~ * teetise Rn one ceae, it should be potent in Ill emergencies. He has been found more than eso sitting -up belale the unrep uive doo, evidenl tOOBi Among his ordinary maompulsMabtam.e Wgup, welding, eensag at will and wil a .e - blaht -with ~his=e.0== wrps b up at other to ~V aer.meary Mmeagt e at eK I add-1 ihreto uidi thhiias a b 4 farner, asgt * coe Specdal ES.D means to quote you rments and small fur e backward season and s up to our standard :hase -worth while. ich a sale. Furs-both really less than we'd eces, including the new hat we'd like to have es. There are no "lot" 0c. on a dollar differ ke- too long a list. 3 Head=t 9 o9tl W. B. MOSES & SONS. The Or fo wi Rt to it ha tr4 Pe them-for those who I salesmen, even withoi Oriental Rugs as flooi questionably been Iml Antique Mossul and C specially priced at - India Carpet, all-ov( ecru and salmon, ground. Size 10 ft ft. 6 in. - - - - NILLSALI OP . CARPET: *ity Hev Wool Vele Car eta manufactured for this season's trade, and roo In the rhous. usaly. The sale 'M I make. them... 1pattrn. aog them handsome pario. Crpe**'Ets taiY/9l( sell at $1.15. Sale 4 L /, 0 price ............ Includin the choices at laofts aeo' p o nuto. Not od end s co hpe ne. Tw..t*..d Bail and a. r.r.i. .f. feets for D$i.02% Ro ' nd Cr'O peSale pie.. the al ate......e eero d-in SO 3 ovetingtO-ft smlrqaiy A an g =nen= ofnd beauifu nd ecl-v abl...................... gO thWm. MOSE thad th *' beaver. approac' Trimn Coats, o=Poot Outfitt i and the Ave. W. B. MOSES & SONS. - It's important not onl3 r the excellence of the ru We never make a call I thout a generous result. igs (only one day more oi pped every calculation we'd has accomplished even morn s broadened the field of thi iducing it - to new people. )ple to thinking of Orlenta zave come In and looked arn it buying, have had the c r coverings demonstrated t oressed. luendji Rugs Ghiordes Ca -$8 to $18 ft. 6 1n., ft Several hun ,r design of sul and on a blue slightly d 3 in. by 14 ber of Hall - - $145 ciallyprice The Mill Sali our sewing roonm make up goods. People quickly .vantage as this q uality at a low tate to profit by to any Bd rus n e ad In America. line of 35 elegant and exlsi eai and varet ofrih totoned green, ed t and gl effects. Suitable for $1ag .00 A limited line et CarpetsThen e is a guaratee of qua epceolente. C.... an ut a l o ythis celebrate compay easil Toputran yl otres I e aulofsai colrisg. ..i 37%c.vigqult r knw. Th rcse cluds20,ise atn a)o t.his . U,nt tse.r Parker, Brigt & C. of the Preach Near me plaIn, others with uad reveres of itink or Really the aearst to Alaska seal. ted Coats worth up to $75, 47.5n. 'lain Coats, )85.00 M'S, W. B. MOSES & SONS. Ig "oaleo r for its values, but gs it offers. rom this department This sale of Oriental f It, by the way) has made. We feel that : than big selling. It s department-by in It has brought new . Rugs and admiring und and talked with onomy and beauty of o them and have un trpet, 9 ft. 8 in. by 13 - - - - $82.50 dred small Silky Mos Guendji Rugs, some amaged-also a num Strips in this lot. Spe= ,d from $7.90 to $17.50 : of Carpets is taxing s to their capacity to It naturally would. ecognize such an ad sale offers. They see price and never hesi the opportunity. 25 patterns bst 9-wir. Brussels, Io 3mith, lor, Dining Roo nT 300 yard. rem le quiy...a.....1 yar s agreeoold w Ingrain, n ca,to . Asslar j ulr 8 .. .alit Old-fshei Rag..... IUtae for. imn nu th. 250s as airi Gram w Cartl reen old bron 3 1s,wsoeogo 10 tonters Hea to e i a a;h