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RIBBONS. All silk, No. 40; worth 19c. per yard. Black, all colors and white. 10c. ' IeAy Per yard. i Ladies' Stockings. Dre Worth About 120 dos. Black. also 38 to 4 Colored. Plain or Drop- navy, b stitch Stockings; all sises; rose. gre worth 12% to yard len 10c. pair. Blight c e n t e r I m p erfectlon- tables. t pair............. -per yar SILKS. Our reputation for 26 years is for Good Wear and Low Prices. * A great YARD-WIDE Black Taffeta Sale; each yard guaranteed to wear: $1.00 quality Yard - wide T Black Taffeta...................* $1.25 quality Yard - wide $10 Black Taffeta............. 31.50 quality Yard - wide $1.25 Black Taffeta.................... CORDED WASH SILKS, excellent for waists and kimonas; beautiful styles; 50e. is the price every where-here for................... HEAVY CORDED HABUTAI WASH SILKS; this is the best Wash Silk im ported from Japan; black, white and all colors; 59c. would be cheap, as they wash bet- 3C ter than gingham................ BLACK 28-INCH JAPANESE Silk, desirable for dress and shirt waists; will wash, and guaran- 35C, teed to wear; 50c. quality for... CHECKED and STRIPED TAFFETA, the most fashionable and newest fabric for spring and summer dresses; 75e. grade; guaranteed to wear 59C " -and will wash. Choice........ We Kn That a great numnber of sO -cal for the same quality-higher in pr today,agetnm e fs a Unusually Lo It is worth your while to inv been trading. lMONEY REFUN] "OUR PERSONAL GUARAN" DRESS OODS. The new spring fabrics are here. We offer special pricts to Induce early se lectioa. ALL-WOOL ALBATROSS, 38 inches wide; 50c. regular price; black, all colors and reC cream, for..................-- - ALL-WOOL ETAMINE, 38 Inches wide; SOc. regular price; 35C black, all colors and cream, for. ALL-WOOL MISTRAL. 40 inches wide; Te. regular price; :black, all colofs 'and cream, .. for..................... SILK and WOOL CREPE DE CHINE, 42 inches wide, black, all colors and cream; 1.50 value, for............... - ENTIRE DRESS PATTERN, with all 4 linings and finditngs. $3.98. We offer choice of black and colors of the new spring Cheviot, Whipcord, I Serges, Gratutes, etc.: ehtire dress, with all linings, t. Tor............----- .----. . LINING REM " NA ,Ii, all colors, " Worth up to 124c. pr.r yard. Shop :early. . A per yard. A CANADIAN WINTEE. Sports Patronized by Young and Old Throughout the Cold Season. From the New York Evening Post. Probably no country in the world derives rrnore genuine enjoyment from a long. severe winter than Canada. Montrealers in par ticular seem to be first In adopting the pports of other wintry countries, and the Eituatl.'n of the city at the base of a moun tain which is devoted to the people makes It po'ssible for these sports to become part of the every-day life. It is a beautiful rnoust.ain, this one of ours, and one always feels grateful to the volcano that is reputed to have created'it. For the last week the thermometer has been vacillatirng between 10 and 20 degrees below sce; tonight the temperature is somewhat milder. A curious procession winds its way up -the mountain side, almost ghostlike, seen in the dim lights, the mov ang tigures silhouetted against the white background o-f snow. Even the trees with their bare arms stretched heavenward seem like phantom giants crying out a silent -vornIng to the crowd of merrymakers. And NO ARGUMENT NEEDED EVi:itY SUTFEREE FROM CATARRHI KNOWS TlhAT SALVES. -LOTIONS, WASHIES, SPRAYS AND DOJUCHIES DO NOT CUlRE.I Powders, lotions, maTted, sprsys and Inhalers can Sot really cure Catarrh. because this disease is a blood disease. and local applications, if they ae complish anything at all, simply give transient re lief. The entarrhal poison is in the- blood and the mun rus :,nembrane of the nose, throat and trachea trier to reliive the system by secreting large quantities of murus. the discharge somnetimies closing up the mostrils, dropping into the throat, causing deaf nuse by cloalag the Eustachian tubes, and after a time causang estarrh of stomach or serious throat and. lung trouble. A remedy to really cure catarrh must be an in ternal remedy whieb wiil cleanse the blood from catarrhal poison and reamove the fever and conge tien from the macous membrane. The best and moat modern remedies for this per l se are antiseptics scientifically known as Bed tium. Blood Boot and liydrastin, and while each of three have been successfully used separately, yet it has bees difficult to get them all combined ic one palatable. convenient and effieient form. The mnanufacturers of the new catarrh eure, tuart's O'atarrh Tablata, have succeeded admirably in accomplishing this result. They are large, yieasant-taatlag losengee. to be dissolved in the nionth, thus reaching every part of the mucous anembrane of the throat and anally the stomach. l.Ike anany eatarrh remedies, Stuart's Catarrh TIaliei contain no cocaine, opiate or any injurious drug a hatever, and are equially bensactal for little ch.ildrenu and adulta. Mr. 4:. Rt. Rembrandt of Ro,ehester. N. Y., says: I know of few people who have suffered as much as I frota Catarrh of the heed, throat and stomach. 1 used aprays. lnhalers and powders for months at a time with only alight relict and had no hope of cure. I bed not the meas to make a change et climnate. which semed my only chance of cure. "Last spring I read an account of some cemnark able cuores maade by Stuarts Catarrh Tablets and yromnptly bought a Sfty-eent box from my druggist, and obtained such positive .tene*t fton that .ne package thati Icontined to use them daily until I now consider myself entirely free from the die gusting snsoyace et estarrh; my head is clear, myr dtgestioe, alt f could ask and my hearing, whleb had begins Ia tail as a resalt of the eatnrr, has gratly impeoved, until ? feel I can hear as wrell asm ever. They are a household necessity 1a sim famity." Stuart's Cata: Talets are sold by draggista at ES cesne e ee!nplete treataset ad for coppe. U" ,'- isty. "". promt reit- they are u & Sons. ' Voolen Amoskeag :ss Goods ap to 49c. per yard; in. wide; black. own, garnet, old Apron Gin g h a en, &c.; 8 to 15- value; Mowa gths. On as the best for td"ase14C. w"h""nd. -d.......... y yard........: 2d Floor Attractions. Warm BLANKTB Sand COMFO . We have about 70 left of those $1.50 values. The Blankets are 11-4, dole white or gray. The Comforts are double-bed size, covered with good silkoline. Choice.... BEDSPR1ADS, Marseilles . patterns, hemmed ready for 6Yd. use. Large size. $1.00 value.. MER.CERIZED BILK SKIRTS, wide flounce with 575c, ruffes. A great $1.00 Value-for MEN'S WARM SHIRTS, and DRAWERS, "sanitary fleece." 75c. value. All sizes. Half price......... UNDERWEAR REMNANTS-Shirts, Drawers and Union Suits; Child's and Ladies' sizes. Worth up to 39c. each. On . center table-for.........--. $1.00 UNDERWEAR-Every piece La dies' White, Gray e or Red Shirts and Drawers--lso Union Suits. To make room for spring stock we offer all sizes $1.00 values for q only...................... ow It to Be !ed advertised bargains appearing i -ice than OUR REGULAR PRIC w Prices for Standard :stigate even if our location is not a DED for merchandise returned in g FEE WITH EACH PURCHASE DOMESTICS. OUTING FLANEL71TT. beautiful dark colors; looks like French Flannel; 15c. quality; cut / c from piece for.............. N.W SHIRTING PRINTS Merrimso Calico, light ground: is worth 6c. per yard. Hundreds of new 6 pretty patterns and colors, (0o%................... HEAVY DOMET FLAN--. NEL, full yard wide; worth 8 15c. per yard, for Friday..... TURKISH TOWE'IB, hemmed ready for use; 18x40; very absorb ent; 15c. value, for bleached U and unllleached.............. CALICO Prints, black, gray, blue, gar net and navy grounde. with pretty percale patterns; worth 6 and Tc. per yard. Or Choice.................-- ---.. YARD-WIDE UNBLEACHED COT TON, "L. L." brand; known 4'9. as 7c. value; for Fri- i day .......... ....-- -- --- -. 'Phone East 275-M. well they may warn, for their refusing t make way for an ungovernable toboggaa has caused many a broken head or rib. The monotonous thud of snowshoes o: the hard, crisp snow, the swish .of Norwe gian skiis, the -long line of low sleighs witt flowing buffalo robes and jingling bells, th merry laughter and talk of those on foo dragging their toboggans, the picturesqu costumes, sashes, sweaters and blanke coats-it seems hard to believe that you are not in Russia or Norway. Excitemen is in the air, an atmosphere of keern healthy enjoyment that is irresistible Ihere is to be a "fete de nuit" at the Parl roboggan Slide tonight-that is the'destina tion of all these pleasure seekers. The elide is built on the western side o the montain. It consists of four shoots o tracks of solid ice banked up on either sid with snow to prevent the toboggans fron lumping the-'track. Is at an a'ngle of abou 2 degrees and half a mile long. Hug, bonfires have been lit on either side, am the slide is illuminated by torches, Chines lanterns and colored lights that throw noi a pale green, now a rose colored reflectiol on the snow, then again make it seem lik, a livid mass of fla.me. And above it all th stars shine on in thefr clear, cold brilliance silently watching. A man, or presumably a man, for he ii a mniffed up that he might be anything, call; out "ready." The dramatic effect is mar velous. He turns a handle and a boar. barrier in front of you drops like a guillo tine. You shoot out into space. One dasl of many lights, a consciousness of glarini Ie, a feeling such as one has when on, falls into space in a dream-that is all. Im possible to see or hear or think, but it I only a matter of a few seconds-ehid a hal mile walk back. The whole scene remind one of a circus. Those who are unable 6 unwilling to dare the greater risk indulge in little sideshows of their own. - TUBBBCULOBIS. The Ever Debatable Questioni of It Curability. From the PhiladelphIa Medical Jouma1. The statement (made by J. H. Lowmkn, 1: his article read before the Academy o Medicine in Cleveland) that it is not at al unlikely that tuberculosis is a universa disease, and that all malkind are more o less susceptible to It, as they are to measles will be a surprise to many. If this 13 tru then the whole race must be taught hoi to live and where to live, how to rea and when to stop, as well as how t avoid contagion. At the present time mor attention Is given to the actual invalid, an' this is done by a system of air, food an' rest, medicine being very little given. Th care'of these patients ini hospitals and sana toia has been universally adopted. espe cally in Germany, where there are fity seven folks sanatoria and twenty-Ei ii process of building. Those patients In th incipient stage are most favorable for sana torium treatment, and it has been state that in Alfteen sanatoria 60 per cent of th patients left the institutions as cured. Th great defect in this country is the want 0 some suitable p lace to send such person after their discharge from sanatoria, as I done abroad, where they are sent to con valescent homes, in which they are allow. to stay two or tharee months, thus aecuin a more permanent cure. In this country they generally return t the strain and fatigue of the factory, t the shop and to the conditions in whiol the germ of the disease developed. A sans torum patient should be one In the kra stage, with a temperature a litte above 9 degrees. He should be put to bed, and -I the fever is due to the fatigue of the 3onm ney it will disappear In three or four days If due to the extension of the disease I will continue. The patient abould renal In bed, ad if enveentet should be rolle to a baleeny or porch. -Usajashobend- b served 13 his rogo, and ibe eb.ni be a quiet as PoIe, If ths Asser ejau eaal y igste stdma stat ee "sse3.s e: ..- o1 s1 e e o af* brand; worth 2m. All colers. Woolen Plaid aster Dress Goods. - About 1.600 yards of pret m a ; Sc. ty Woolen Plaid. Dress Goods; worth 1234c. and 15c. per yard. On center bargain O ~C table............ The corset department has been moved to new and spacious quarters on the FIRST FLOOR. Every corset guaran teed regardless of price, Guaranteed Corsets in every length, shape and style to suit all figures. White. drab, black, pi..k and blue, lace and ribbon trimmed; linen laces free. This offer for Fri- 49c" day bargain day................. When you see our ;1 Corsets you will realize that it is unnecessary to have your corset made to order. We recom mend and guarantee the following makes: Royal Worcester, American Lady, Kabo, R. & G. and$ Thomson's Glove-Fitting; new models; all styles...... * a Fact n the daily papers of our city are ES, so when we claim, as we do Merchandise, s convenient as where you have ood order is a guarantee that means something tangible. 2 sc Bl and Sata Pis . 1/c new styles-center tabl.... r Packer's Tar Soap and Wood- +4c bury's Facial Soaps.......... Fancy French Toilet Soaps 8R2c. -S vakes In box.............. 73. PILLOW TOPS, beautiful fancy picture effect. 2W. and , 39c. value. Choice............ + Ladies' Gloves-black, colors and white golf, all wool. Also Fleece lined Silk-finished Cashmere 19c Gloves. 50c. value............ " FAST BLACK P.RC.A LINE, double width, fine moire finish. 12%c. grade. 6 For Friday .................. 6 White India Linen,40 inches wide, very fine and sbeer. 12%c. value. For"Friday.... - BLACK MITTS. Ladies' size; very heavy; 10c. quality. Pair. temperature usually falls to normal. If by three weeks the temperature has not fallen to normal the case may be considered un favorable, and the patient should not be kept in the sanatorium. Opinions differ as to what constitutes a recovery, but we think there can be no question when we say It is one in which no pathological changes can be detected, after repeated examinations, in the lungs, and in which there are no cough, no expectoration and no bacilli. A mark edly improved case is one In which there Is no evidence of disease. It Is exceedingly Important that the various sanatoria should adopt a common standard, so that compari son may be made by observers. Quinine in Typhoid Fever. From the Philadelphia Medical Joumnal. When the coal tar products were intro duced as substitutes for quinine they were received with an enthusiasm which only embittered the more the disappointment fol lowing the discovery that none of them are free from danger and even the safest are only limited in their applicability in the tresatment of fevers. This realization et the shortcomings of these new antipyretics wrought a reaction which resulted in a sort of therapeutic nihilism, in so far as the drug treatment of the fever proper is con cerned. Quinine is generally no longer thought of as an al-around antipyretic and is used mainly as a tonic or as the specific against malaria. So grounded has become the general belief that large doses of quinine can be useful only In malaria that this drug is used for diagnostic pur poses, and any remittent fever which yields to the administration of large doses of qui ,nine is pronounced by some clinicians to be malaria, without any examination of the blood, or even in spite of the absence of plasmodia. This view, however, is under going some modification, and the time-hon ored quinine is again brought to the front as an- antipyretic by some German clin clans. Teaching French at A&nnapolim. "Teaching French .by machinery is the latest method in vogue at the Naval Acad emy,' said an old naval officer to a Star man in the lobby of the New Willard this morning. "'When I was a student at the academy we bad to depend solely upon one of the professors, and then when ws got to France in our travels we had to learn the language over again. Nowadays the phonographi Is used. A genuine French teacher in France talks the language Into the machine, and the cyliinders, reproducing the correct Intonations, expressions and pronounciation, are sent over to Annapolis, and by their aid the Stadents are able to get a much better grasp of the language, and a pronounciation that is namrsable." The Pear~ of Nat. F rom the Indianapells News. Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States, is distressed at the thought of getting fat. He is, it is said, approaching the ~200-pound mark, and be is of the opin IIon that a man of his h*eight Jfannot weigh 200 pounds without being fat. So It will be seen t4t be shares the unaceountable pre r judice against flesh. "Without being fat"... well, suppo.e he is flat. We remember that the grest Caesar said, "Let me have men about-mma that are flat," an4 thuhthe in la frence Is perhaps not wh'olly oeU a sq in, amunch as Caesar held that lean aa t too much, yet his testismenIal miut F alstag again Mdnti04 t wt r goodness, fer he said. *"Ehere live ~ he good meen unban=ed In angIs: a oue@ them is fat and grows old." Dr ake tz one of his character, say: 2 am eg4 a grew fat and leoo att for. I tree that Themsne. ta pose sm - b a n ~ I i I . ~ ~ pbas t e W . (Continued . Pige.) or, Mr. Justies Br . H. in Gen. s n-C rdge, Mlss leo aM . .- Bates, the Mrs t, indtM . lames Bldie, Cel A. ssam. MissClamant PerarMajor and Mrs ..arcans. B!u., , Capt. and Mrs. W. Capt. '. Bukey. Mim Martha and Mrs. B. . Bucinghass. "and Bl1e, Mr. an Mr mir, -Mr. and Mrs.a:eorge L. aid$ Mrm Jehn A. saier, tie Misme Mr.' and Mrs. Charles i.' the 3an. Bo ar Mr. ore - Mrs and the W. Berr and W. J. Boardohn.- the Boardana, - Misa Blsphas, s. . .rney, the Miaie Barney, Mrs. Umi Louise A. George C. .Bloma G. 'a iiBomr Mrs. James Blair. Mr-Jesse Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Rehert Mu Bohlsn, Mrs. C. B. Blunt..Miss.Blunt, Mr. Q. W. Besnnge, Mr. and Mrs. Geerge W. Brwn, Miss rre C. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Graham Bell, Mr. Gist Blaitt Mr. Woodbury Blair. Mrs. H. S. B. Beale, Mrs. James G. Blaine Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Brice. Mrs. C. A. belles. Miss Florence Bell, Mr. Frederie Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Blair, Miss Elisabeth B. Blss, Mrs. Sevellon A. Brown, the Misses Brown, Mr. Edward H. Bulkley, Mr. William Theo. Bingham. Min Bickley, Mrs. W. B. Bayley, Mrs. Bayard, Mrs. mad Miss Belrose, Miss Bowditch, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Bayne, Miss Gertrude A;. Bayne. Judge and Mrs. Clabaugh, Miss Clabaugh. Senator Cockrell and the Misses Cockrell, Gen. and Mrs. B. C. Card, the Misses Card, Gen. Wm. .'rosier, Gen. and Mrs. Henry C. Corbin, Col. Francis Colton and the Misses Colton, Col. and Mrs. Robert Craig, Capt.' and Mrs. W. S. Cowles. Lieut. Robert t. Clark, Lieut. E. A. Carpenter, Mrs. Cal deron Carlisle, Miss Carlisla. Mrs. T. J. Ooffey, Mr. and Mrs.' R. S. Chilton, Jr.; Mrs. and the Misses'Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. John Cassels. Miss Cassels. Mrs. and MisS Clagett, Dr. Thos. Ash Claytor, Miss Clay tor, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Crap, Mrs. George G. Colegate, Mr. Robert D. Cum min, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Chew, Mrs. D. D. Colton, the Misses Cobb, Mr. a A Mrs. George B. Cortelyou, Mrs. Corbett. Mrs. Randolph Clarke, Dr: James Robert Chur<h, U. S. N.; Mr. Murry A. Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Chapin, Mrs. Mary W. 'Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Campbell Mrs. and Miss Colburn, Mr. and Mrs. C. Cunliffe-Owen, Mrs. Van Rensselaer Cruger, Mrs. and Miss Catlin, Mr. and Mrs. John -t. Carter, Miss Crosby. l Judge Wm.' R. Day, senator and Mrs. Chauncey M. Depew., Miss Paulding, Ad miral and Mrs. George Dewey, Commander and Mrs. R. G. Davenport, Gen. and Mrs. W. T. Draper, Col. and Mrs. J. C. do Pey ster. the Misses de Peyster, Col. and Mrs. F. C. Denny, 'Capt. and Mrs. C. H. Davis, Miss Davis. Lieut. Cleland Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. B. Davis, Mrs.John Davis, Mr. and Mrs. John Dalsell. Mrs. and Miss Der ring, .Mr. and Mrs. Reginald DeKoven, Miss A. J. Dorsey. Mr. 1lJ. Haldenman Den nison. Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Denegre, Miss Dahlgren, Mrs. Donner. Senator and Mrs. S. B. Elkins, Mr. S. B. Elkins, Jr., Rear Admiral and Mrs. R. D. Evans, Miss Evans, Gen. and Mrs. O. H. Ernst, Miss Ernst, Col. and Mrs. Wm. C. it. Edwards, Capt. and MaL Wm. H. Emory, Miss Emory, Capt. and-TMrs. J. G. Eaton, Mrs. Edie, Countess Elterhasy, Mrs. and the Misses Edes, Miss Margaret Edes, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellist Mr. Richard F. Ely, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C.lZtes. Chief Justice and Mrsu Haller, Miss Ful ler, Mr. George E. Foss,:Senator J. B. For aker and Mrs. Forakerg the Misses For aker, Rear Admiral :dn* sirs. Farquhar, Rear Admiral and rs,. It. Franklin, Commander and Mrs. 7. . Fremont, the Misses Fremont, Maj. ITe6 Ferguson. Miss Ferguson,, Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. U. Fioulke, Miss May D. Fell, Mi. ! tenia Field, Mr. Horace C. Ftoulke. 'h tMises Ftoulke, Chief Engineer Mont g Fletcher, Mrs. ,lfred Fowler, Rear al Greer, Miss Greer; Lieut. Commander tJ. H. - Gibbons, Gen. and Mrs.,J.-C. Gil Miss. Gilmore. Gen. and Mrs. A. 'P, Gc4!y, the Misses Greely, Gen. and Mrs. . Gillespie, Col. and Mrs. G. C. GoodilQ, t. W. W. Gib son, Mr. and Mre. Chass lover. Miss Glover. Miss Gesgrude . ,Mi Gwynti, Capt. J.: C. Gi3umore. -J4- Prof. and Mrs. E. M. Galapdet, e,M1aees.Gal laudet, Mr. and Mrs. 'ITos. T. Gaff, Mr. Arthur T. Goldsborough, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cordon-CummiUg. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Goldaborough, Miss .Julia, Goldaborough, Mrs. R. W. Getty, Mr. and Mrs. John Hay, Mws Jane Denni son, -Mr. Justice and Mrs. Harlan, the Misses- Harlan, Miss Edith Harlan Childs, Senator , and . Mrs. Mark A. Hanna, Miss Phelps, Senator and Mrs. Eugene Hale, Rear Admiral David B. Harmony, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hitchcock. the Misses Hitch cock, Paymaster S. L. Heap, U. S. N.; Gen. and Mrs. Chas. Heywood Miss Stellwag, Col. and Mrs. F. C. Huidekoper, Mr. T. L. Huldekoper, Jr.; Mr. R. S. Huldekoper, Col. and Mrs. A. Hopkins, the Misses Hopkins, Capt. Joseph H. Herron, Mr. I. O'Donnell Hillen, Mt. and Mrs. William Haywood. Miss Mary Heath. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hop kins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinekley, Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Heatwold, the Misses Horstmann, Mr. F. O. Ur,tmann, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hoy, the Misses Soy, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hill, Miss HendernMr. and Mrs. R. R. Hltt, Miss Hunt's.F. H. Howe, Mr. and Mrs. G. Howard, M. and Mrs. G. H. Howard, the Misses Howagrdg M#. 3. B. Hen derson, jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Henderson, Miss Hagner, Mr. Randall H. Hagner, Miss Alice Howar~ Mrs. Garjliner G. Hubbard, Miss Gertrudd rosslian, Mr. James Hoban, Mrs. Hobson, Mrs. L. R. HareT Miss Hare, Mrs. F. A. M. Hopkins, )fr. Alfred F. Hop kins, Dr. and Mrs. David J. Hill. Miss May Handy; Mr. and Mrs. G, E. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hague, Mr. and Mrs. Fair fax Harrison. Miss Frances Cary, Miss S. L. Hoban, Mr. and MI% Huff, Miss Huff, Mrs. Hyde. Miss Hyde. Captain and Mrs. T. F. Jewel!. Captain Joyes, Mrs. Albert Jeiiin. Mrs; and the Misses. Jackson, Mrs. JAslan James, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .C.' Johzqsob, Miss Johnson, Dr. and' Mrs. Ralph Jenkins, Mrs.- Harriet Lajne Johnston, Miss Kemfebdy, Miss Louise Jones, Mrs. Cyrus F. JudI&n, Mrs. Jackson. Mr. John A. Kaason, J~gtor .and Mrs. Kean, the Misses Kean, . ~and Mrs. P. C. Knox. Miss Knox, Re4r. Adtniral Kenny, Miss Do Lancey Kearn' uiss Kibbey, Miss Mary King, Colonel and Mrs. S. C. Kellogg, Miss Kellogg. Miss'King, Mr. Arthur Keith, Mrs. King. the Misses King.s Representative W. C. Lovering, Miss Lov ering, Senator and Mrs. H. C. Lodge, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Ludtoy, General and Mrs. G. N. Lieber, the. Misses Lieber, Major and Mrs. Oscar T. Long, Captain and Mrs. S. C. Lemly, Captain and Mrs. L. C. Logan, Miss Logan, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lang horne, the Misses Langhorne, Mr. and Mrs. Blair Lee, Mr. and Mrs.' L. Z. Leiter, the Misses Leiter, Mrs. and Miss Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. James Lowndes, -Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S. Legare, Dr. and Mrs. Frank B. Loring, the Misses Loring. Mrs. K. P. La Montagne, Mr. and Mrs. Arthug Lee, Prof. S. P. Langley.' Mr. Justice and Mrs.-McNenna, the Misses McKenna, Judge Chas,dhMgen, Senator and Mrs. L. E. McComas, ,Mr'. Wiliam- H. Moody. Representatlyrg iMward Morrell, Mr. Joseph K. and the Misse McCammion,. Mr. Ormeby McCamma.nsdgeand Mrs. W. R. Merriam, Miss MewinepyRepresentative and Mr's. G. H. MeQMls.ru Mr. .and Mrs. MacVeagh, Miss Ma*Il'egiRear Admiral and Mrs. John MoGowenjadhle Misses Mc Gowan, Lieutenant Comgaunder and Mrs. F. A. Miller, Miss -Miller. Raymaster J. H. Merriam, U. S. N.; trCoharles L. Me Cawley, Gen. and Mre,1m o Milis, Miss Mis, Geon, and Mrs. Wes4ix Merritt,' Gen. and Mrs. Nelson A. Mlge Col. and Mrs. E. de V. Morrell, Col. snd4Ms. Henry May, Miss May, Mrs. May. Col. and Mrs. Marion P. Mans, Co1. W. G. Mse Sol. and Mrs. T. Mosher, Major M. M.-Ma.emb, Capt. and Mrs. C. H. McKinstryj 4,.Edyrard Me Cauley, 'jr., Lieut. F. 'R,~o, Mrs. and Miss Mulliken, Mr. Mrs. Douglass Merritt, Miss Merritt, D~~dMrs Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan-l Miss Mora HIU, Mr. And Mrs. Vh. A. Munn, Ms James MoMiHtan, Miss MeMiBain Mr. and Mrs. John R. McLean, Mn. anid Mrs. Edward McCauley, the Misses MOle, Miss Char lotte Miller, Mrs. 3. N. site iesMa comb, Miss Markoe, 1-Rti,Mr. Sa""el Maddox, Mr. and'ggs. F. B.' Mei. Guire, Mr. and Mrs. J. .H. McKenney t ihe tMles Myer, Miss Mye:W'Mrs. T. B.= Mason Mr. Wen. L. MeDluaman-s Mer Stan. ley Matthew., Mrs.;Mott, Mr. Frsmk A.Mus.. sey, Miss MitebelleMr.1 Usien'(aLnI, Mr. Frank P.Mhl, Mr.~g lb mr.ggr 1 the utMie Merriek. r,sr, '.a arL.Mteh Rev, and Mrs. Bandolph asEIroM . ami Mrs. W. Ju. M ~ ~ Pqs Mitchell, Dr. :and Mr. Al 4w uurere tl.~ Mar.a. Mr andUs M s .am a M s p n e ta f Mr. wlA. n M;iteLaN Chief Justice Mrsant M Nott, Mr. and Mrs. F. . ewlads. the Misses Newlands, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nerman, Mm and Miss Norris, Miss Newsman. M atpresdetative and Mrs. M U. (Rinstead. Rear Admiral Charles O'Ne., General and Mrs. Robert M. O'Reiy, MIm O'ReInk, Mr. John C. &Dnnell. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Oxnard. Miss Owen, Miss Oliver. RepreschtatiVe and Mrs. Richard W. Par kW.r Colosd..and . Lewis 7eirryn; JAeu tenant J. H. eels, Xr. and Mm A. J. Par son, Ms $'iogksh, Mr. and M '. Lee Phillips, Mr. anL Mrs. Chas. H. Poor, Miss Poor, thei Miss'es Patteii," Mr. and Mrs. Thos. - Nelon Page, Mis ield, :Ms. Pat te,don, -Mr. and Mrs. JooaR. Proctor, Cap tain John R. Proctlrs Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Aulick Palnier, Miss Paner, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Putnam.' Mr. and Mrs. Albert-M. Patterson, Miss Patterson, Mrs. Josiah Pleree, 'Jr., Mr: and Mrs. Herbert 'N. D. Pierce, Mirs. J. 0. "Parks, Mr. and lire, Pat tersos, Mr. Arthur Peter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Perkins, the Misses Perkini,'Mrs. and Miss Postlethwalte, Mise Fish, Mr. Wm. S. Peachey, Mim Peters. Miss Preston, Mrs. Walter W.-Quesn. Secretary and Mrs. Root and MiLi Root, Mr. and Mrs W. W. Reckhill. Mr. ad Mrs. John Reyburn. Rear Admiral and Mrs. F. M. Ramsay and Miss Ramsey. Rear Ad miral and Mrs. Rodgers, Commander and Mrs. C. W. Rae and Mrs. Lippttt, Lieut. H. H. Rousseau, U.S.N.; Gen. and 'Mrs. George D. Ruggles and Miss Ruggles, Gen. and Mrs. W. B. Rochester, Gen. and Mrs. W. T. Randolph and the Misses Randolph, Surgeon General and Mrs. P. M. Risey and Mrs. Earl Eagish, Col. and Mrs. G. C. Reid. Captain and Mrs. Richard Rush and Miss Rush, Mrs. Raborg, Miss Christine Q. Owen. the Misses Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. E. Francis Riggs, Dr. and Mrs. S. O. Richey. Mrs. John F. Rodgers, Mies Eloise Speed, Mrs. Robert C. Ray, Miss Ray, Mrs. Albert Ray, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Richardson, the Misses Routh, Miss Rodgers, Mrs. West Roosevelt, Mr. and Mrs. C. Peyton Russell, Mrs. and Miss Robeson. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Banger, Rear Admir and Mrs. Schley, Gen. and Mrs. J. P. Sanger. Miss Sanger. Gen. and Mrs. William Sinclair. Col. and Mrs. Siebert, Miss Siebert, Mr.- J. V. Siebert. Col. William A. Simpson, Miss Simpson, Capt. and Mrs.: Sea ton Schroeder, Miss Schroeder, Capt.. and Mrs. Nathan. Sargent, Miss Sargent. Capt. and Mrs. W. H. H. Southeriand, Miss Southerland, Mrs. William Schall. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Shepard, Miss Shepard, Mr. J. H. deSibour, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. B. Sands, the Misses Sands. Miss Stith, Mr. and Mrs. -Franklin Steele. Miss Steele, the Misses Smith, Miss Sherrill, Mrs. Condit Smith. Mrs. and the Misses Sheridan. Mrs. Slater, Mrs. J. P. Story, Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Shep ard, Miss Seymour. Mrs. Eugene Schuyler. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Simpkins, Madame de Sibour, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Spalding, Mr. M.. G. Seckendorgf, the Misses Secken dorff, Bishop and Mrs. Satterlee. Miss Sat 'terlee, Mr. and Mrs. James Speyer, Madame Scheele, Miss Nina Squire, Miss Anita Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Henley-Smith, Miss Henley-Smith, Mrs. John J. Hemphill, Capt. and Mrs. Summerlin, Mr, and Mrs. Donnell Swan. Rear Admiral and Mrs. H. C. Taylor, Miss Taylor, Rear Admiral and * Mrs. S. W. Terry, Miss Terry. Col. and Mrs. Tyler, the Misse= Tyler. Major and Mrs. A.-B. Taylor. Capt. and Mrs. C. J. Train. Miss Train, Mrs. and Miss Tuckerman, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Townsend, Miss Townsend, Mrs. Nelson Brown, Mr. Mexander Brown, Prof. and Mrs. Henry D. Todd. Miss Todd, Miss Turnbu;l, Mrs.' and the Misses Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Thoron, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Tilghman. Mrs. and Miss Tres cott, Miss Taunt, Mrs. Arthur Talcott. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Upahur. Rear Admiral atd Mrs. Van Reypen, Capt. J. Van Ness Philip. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Van Rensselaer, Miss Cora L. Van Norden. Mr. James Wilson, Miss Wilson, Mrs. George Fabyan. Senator and Mrs. G. P. Wetmore, the Misses Wetmore, Rear Ad-. miral and Mrs. J. G. Walker, Miss Wilker, Rear Admiral J. C. Watson, the Misses Watson, Lieut. Commander and Mrs. McR. Winslow, Commander and Mrs. R. R. Wal lace, the Misses Wallace, Gen. M. V. Z. Woodhull, Miss Woodhull, Miss Russell, fr. Charles if. Woodhull, Gen. and Mrs. A. Whittier, Gen. John M. Wilson, Miss Wailer, Gen. and Mrs. Leonard Wood, Major and Mrs. T. N. Wood, Miss Wood, Capt. C. Williams, Mrs. John R. Williams, Mr. E. John Woolsey, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. - Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Wil son, the Misses Wilson, Mr. Clarenice R. Wilson, Mrs. and the Misses Wallach, Mr. John F. Wilkins, b,r. and Mrs. Beriah .Wil kins, Mrs. and Miss Williams, Mrs. and the Misses Willians, Mrs. and Miss Wor den. Mrs. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.. Westcott, Mrs. and the Misses Warder. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Walsl., Miss Walsh, 4 Mrs. Richard Wallach. Mrs. Charles W. Pierce and Miss Pierce will not receive -the remaining Fridays in Fruary, but will be at home Fridays in Mrs. and Miss Peters, Columbia road, will not be at home Friday afternoon- of this week, nor until after Lent. Mrs. Charles E. Munroe will be at home Saturday for the last time this season. On account of the inclement weather Qf last Monday, Mrs. Robert N. Harper, 29 B street northwest, will' be at home Monday. February 23, from 4 'to 6, and will be pleased to see her friends. Dr. and Mrs. Mosby Baldwin have gone to New Orleans for the carnival. -Mrs. A. D. Mayo and Miss Mayo. 1416 Rhode Island avenue, will be at home to morrow afternoon. MrS. Herman Van Senden, 1758 Corcoran street, will be at home tomorro*,.but not the 27th. The Thursday morning Euchre Club met last evening ,with Miss Pearl Hecle, 1324 Columbta road. The first prises were won by Miss Jones and Mr, Edwardis; the con solation prizes being awarded-to MIs .Fon cey and Mr. Stimupson. Several vocal sielec tions were reridered by Miss Clara Dorris. Dancing was indulged in until a late hour.1 Mrs. William Katz of Baltimore, lid., ac companied by her daughter, is visiting her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen, 1130 8th street. Mrs. P. D. Everett and Miss Everett of ?411 Hoimead avenue will be at home to their friends tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 6. Mrs. and Miss Macfarland, 1727 F street, will not be at home tomorrow, or again this season. Mrs. S. A. Waihaupter and Mfrs. Davld P. Walhaupter, 3415 Holmead avenue., will noti be at home tomorrdw, but will be at- home February 27 and March 6. Mrs. George E. Roberts of 1806 New Hampshire avenue, and Mrs. Henry Roberts of Utica, N. Y.. will riot be at home tomor row, but will receive informally from 3 to1 0:30 o'clock the following day.. The Misses Sedgley will not receive on Friday, February 20. Owing. to continued sickness, Mrs. 3. Mur ray Burrell will not receive tomorrow. Representative Sibley of Pennsylva.nia gave a dinner last 'night. when hik guests i were Secetary-'Cortelyou, Senators Fair bankra Perkins. Bailey, Deitrich. Doiliver, I Stewart and.- McLaurin, Representties Cannon, .Dalsell, Payne, Babcock, rMann, Llttauer, Wiliia.ms, Underwood, Foster and Burkett, Assistant Attorney General Reek, Glen. Harries. Mr. JoDn M. Thurston, Mr. rDeer and,*Mr. Huldekoper. Mr. and Mrs. Huff gave one of the many I dinners last night, preceding the Bachelors. a In the company were Miss Elisa Bates, Miss Louise Foraker, MIss Pansy Bloomer, Miss Carolyn Postiethwalte, Miss Gwenido. ilne Ffouike. -Mime Ethel Seekendorif, Mine Martln..Miss Hufr, Count d'Adbemnar, Count I della Gllerardesca of the Italian embassy, 1 Lieut. Robert Sterlin clark, Mr. Nathan Wyeth, Mr. Huidek r M ury Coebb Mrs. W. P. Meesne ID with her hushand, I Dr. IKeene, U. S. N., at Saaen*ah Ga, Mws. Ji Een.des eosseinet to eturn to th, city Pear Mrc 1. iaPaae oMerterd 4to A ei Cold Weathc At Red Hot Friday Only At -1 HAHN'S. tunity to make a clean swe Weather Shoes. In addition Bargains in Shoes suitable f Shoes that are all right exce of every kind. 9cn' 5 75C-N Warm Red Felt House Slippers broken sites, ranging All our WW from 5 to 2, =126 and Women's 50. 1A-but ton Black Cloth Over- some $2 Vel galters. Velour and wool Felt, Wi 7c Men's and Flexible Le Wa women's * 50c., 75c. and Juliets and a few $1 Leather and Slippers. A Felt-sole Black and Colored Beaver and tm to c2u Cloth Slippers. Broken ahd neary sizes. In the lot. FRIDAY BARGA For Women. Regular $2 VicI Kid Laced and Button Boots, whidh we secured under. price. Kid or patent tips, low heels or bigh military heels. All - sizes. C. D and E 9 widths. Tomorrow.. $ * - $2.50 Fine Surpass Kid -cut Rainy-day Boots, In broken sizes. 40 pairs $2 and $2.50 Regular-cut - Laeed Boots-broke.e$l e4t Hand-sewed Welt Patent Leatb * er Dress Boots, wl$b Invisible cork soles. Nearly every sise. 200 pairs Fine KM Laced and Button Boots, made to sell and) to$ I 65 for $2.0. All sizes.. Men's $2.50 t A tableful i Double-sole' Calf, also Tan Calf q that sold for $2 Wm. Hahn & 3 Reliable Shoe Hoi INTING. PHBan NGIN4. Painting or Paperhanging done, If you are thinking of baYing low and his work Ls the best and most expert. Postal or 'phone. leorge Plitt, TAr'nt*6. f4-tf-1O 'esbyerian Church. of .Miss Zeila E. El ott and Mr. R. L. Corby. Ths ushers were fessrs.. Folsom, Green, Thare and Ray. The cating minister was Rev. Dr. Easton. he bride was beautifulty gowned In white hina silk ricl$y embroidered and trimmed rith point lace. She wore a tulle veil and -arried a shower bouquet of bride roses. 'e maid of honor was Miss Nellie- Beatty f Pit-tsburg, Pa., who wore pink liberty repe and carried pink roses. Mrs. ElUot, bride' mother, wre black silk trimmed rith lace and chiffon. The church was Landsomely decorated with palms and lilies. I. reception folowed at the home of the ride's mother before the departure of the ple for their wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. rby will be. at- home after March 7. at 468 BrightWOOd avenue. rs. L. G. Hine- an Miss Hine will be thome tomorrow and will have with them he Misses Brumm of Pennsylvania. rs. John Walker Holcombe will not be thome tomorrow. rs. Von Haake wil e glad to receive her ends tomorroW, the 20th instant. he Washington. Chater of the Colonial mes of America entertained the chief ofR s and members of other chapters Tuesh y. A luncheon at Rauscher's preceded he annual conference, which was followed ya reception at Mrs. Howell's. great mraddaughter of Benjamin Rush, a signer fthe Declaration of Independence. This as the first society dt. women fouzgded in hi country for patriotic purposes, and. ded to Its various other achievements, It s given to the country valuable historical Irature. rs. 3. Sylvester Phillips and the yount aes -of the Lalse,Phillips School will be ihome tomorrow for -the'last time this son. .ieutenant Commlanidep, Holmar. Vail, U. N., and Mrs. Vail have as their guests s. Lamar and son, Howard Dudley a oa, whp hxas successfully passed his i dination for asistant paymaster 'in the nited States navy. Mrs. Vail will be at me Friday, February 20. rs. HendrIck, Miss HenArick and Miss onson will be at home tomorrow from 8 0. _ he Urell Rifles entertained theIr friends rth a dance at Confederate Veterans' Hall eday night. rs. Frank Cory Bliss will not be at home oorrw. rs. John B. Wight of Easton, Pa., for ry of this city, is vIsiting laer prents at 5 Massachusetts avenue, and will re ee tomorrow with Mrs. Tweedale, 1725 P eet. * Societyr of War of 131% he Society of the War, of 1812 in the strct of- Columbs held its annual meet g last evening at the resiese of ga5 esided, Dr.1 Mgrcus Beajamin. 17U Q eet nerthwest., mng the members present were: Ges., .W. Gireely- Capt. R.-G, Davenport, U. S.. ; MW, GIlbert- hmsn Capt. I. C. eketl U. 6. A.: 1. M. ~tpy,D.B. EL. hn,. W. H. a*menna. P. B, .gfand jM. LdalrWebb. he desth of Capt. Thomas G. 'lownsenu, F.S. A., who was t+eaurer of the society, a formanyr v;anoti-feed to the soclety, and olutions ~ressing the zre of the eety at t osswere ered to be pared. esides the regular i'ondnen business a mittee-,was appointed, of which Ges. eely was msde chairman, to r tLst15eratur :r Footwear - Reductions Tomorrow we shall give on an, opportunity of buy qg much needed Footwear it One-Third and One Eialf off regular prices md it'll give us an oppor ip of remaining Cold we offer many excellent )r early Spring Wear >t that we haven't all sizes Ver* 45c. - to $2. * Warm - lned $1 Cloth Laced Shoes. men's $1, All sizes. m and W omen's and Child's $1 Felt Juliets. Broken ret, Satin. sizes. Fine Al. Babies'$1 Velvet High1 cut Bbotees, a colors. ather-sole 95c. e'sWarm Low-c iin.ea $1.Q0 large va- Cloth Laced Shoes. wse from with leather foxing o and stbut, yet flexible wry sie soles. Sises ran ing from 6 to 12. INS IN SHOES. For Children. Boys' and Girls' $1 Kid and Sterling Ca-f Spring-eel' Laced and Button Boots, with solid, good-wearing soles. Sapefy and 2 for Girls, sizes to 13 5 for Boys ................ *tr DD pairs Child's $2 High-cut Boz Calf Storm BootU, sises 8 to 11. 60 pairs Spring-deel $1.50 and $2 Kid Laced and But ton Boots for Big Girls. Sizes 24 to . Girls' Cloth-top Patent Lathes Btton, Diz's make, sies 11% Boys' Splendid Patent Leat er L dses O to 184% Fine $2 Vltati0 Catt Laced, for Girls and Boys. Sizes 1;1 to2 2,1 o $5 Shoes. )f Men's Hehd-mnade Single and jKid Ena mel, Patent Kid ad Calf.' ad Kid 1;aced, Button and-'GafteiK 50, $3, $8.0 to $5.00. Broken sises. 09S Cor. 7thand-K Sts 1914-1916 Pa. Ave. - LISeS, 233 Pa. Ave. S. E. MO1 E GOOSE SUGAE LOAF BU! ES. tAAF f E-t. - t The King is in the. counting roonm; But isn't counting money. He's justabutodn,yuse OnSUGAR LOAF and honey. -tha appetizing tast which casth. ern 'er".. .a ...al tm.ime em 2 gal. TO-KALON IgCo* te18-204 E Four own importation adbottling. Guaran teed to -be absolutely p0.fure. and genuine. Only Pharmacy, 7os Isth st. WANT- MORE~ iHEAT? -Yames @3 -seed the em Glas Heaters And pse'3 ay tim.a heabt -bu.t i.a er e. N...... [las Appliance EDachange, 1424 New York Ave.