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they're"W,t Ten-one F-Cor. 1th. Approval of the hansonie -styes being shova iar fag -and winter vMar is besrd on ,,al sides. Expreaimns of.ap ptl~uaof l fitciliie of this shoe store-end of the - completeness of its stock are being showered upon us. We are serving you as an up-to-date shoe stome add -and, though conceited as it may sound, we are eft ing you as well and hater than you are served by the best New York shoe shops. No shoe store anywhere carries a on ousprdeasive stock-embraeing, as it does, novelties by the score-the most worthtd footwear, which he fashio-eesters have approved. A whole floorfdul of Wo men's Shoes. A whole foor ful of Women's Slippers. A whole floorful of Mae's Foot wear. An entire ofdr - de voted to selling Children's Footwear. The distinctively exclusive styles . Woomen's We&i , Reception and Evening Foot wear are all here. The va riety is amazing. A acwre-of styles in carriage footwear in footwear for riding-for shooting-for golf playing for automobile and street wear. Special footwear for nurses, for butlers, footmen and bell boys. Footwear for nurses and housemen with elkskin sales and rubber heels. "Red Cross" Shoes for nurses, such as are used at the leading sanitariums and hospitals in the country. "Wet weather" shoes, with high tops, for wise women; for wear with short skirts perectly impervious . to wet and dampness. We direct your special at tention to our mail order de partneeit. If you are oft of town or about to depart, your order will receive our prompt and accurate atten tion. B. RICH'S -SONS, findboa. A. Ten-one F, Cor. toth. U $450 Upright Piano, S6 It i. seldosa M.P. we eo s ar e aexcellent pao .s te bove AT If ye.i are wdse y.n will gr.mp this ae rgh pao at lesthan coet -EUr we a.e...t eIs..chne a b.ar t seue th elivry ofthis Bradury Feein Lgfr.e a aonae hardwood h ".mate at wwlae th.e y |r.ad':..*:Jem. -ghe t|t Ia e.r afme b 4a.wn..., w.iu l amae a I ,. a ansa a ie 'en 5 m. T. uza.amg *ia::eaau31133 PIHIrLM .lT AE mmem1.lemm - w ilmnan - ! i Evenaig Star BureaW 1o Kingoe VVW Ta.nn sam- J= agi 0ear Ulth sarts o. _e in preaien for the great parade Monday which is to omm'emo'ate in appro ssat s.as - 1srt et e.mst4 i h Ol@m suin its 1 aory-G-0 , Wai ington. A short while ago a fhw of the en terskng zsedaat most of them young nt, aft "absther .sa desiis to speoie is MA=mai , eO WW-dm iss of ed brating the natal day anniversary of the fist Presas.; At A. their deoeared In ina was sedfeasi qd9k Awt wst en.Mddi wadi :y the ase p. bat hi sa.m nder td . is they as - esdsd in Arousn eeh.u whik esel7ksva to am ease until at pesent the ventm ': an asusd success. In dact. .sb 4e have doUis that smier #a vorable weather conditios the parade will be one wt fe siet spieomft mw seen in this city throughout the one hundred and AfW-ad4d Jlsse It #ts lebo=y. - The werk rema4>I= seer arious com ei6tels betwen new and is simply sa rweai out Am pre4stips already EBade. This aprBing an Niwglagin .Jittes was received fm Reresmtative ney, who has been constant in heaffrts for the success pf the occasion, statUag,hat two c impanies at aini'nes .Iaeid Af one. a. was first epecsted, will be. pni and ht there wli he ferty- pieost t 1A sa Band present. raation of aldf. The ofsIcli announcemfn't of the forms, tion of the parade has just bhn made, and in as filews: Platoon ofelnedted 'iolice 1un der Lieutenant Smilth, jdep'a Band, Mal. William M. iith, chief ,at and stiE consistiag of the following: Jud4ouis C. Barlqp', chief of staff; aids;.Meisrs. 'enaessy Stump, John ise e : g .Y. ":l. lams and Raymond d sse ambet of stag, Park Agnew, Geuge Bisart. C. C( -Carlin, J. M. HI 1. B. B.-0n i-, -W. W. Bgl. lenger, George K. Plckett, Geoige.;Keyes, Charles Keyes, John Agnew; ItoIe Lind sey, Keith taIn, Gustar A George 'T# Caton. Windsor Diina Rogrs, Everett Rogers, '1hael Sobmab, D. Re i George Pickett, Sh -, Trmiysr, Owen Triplett, Frank Spies, B rt 'V.- Down ham, Charles Cuvilier, Wjhm -K. Green. Worth Smith, William MayG e P. Aitaiseson, '%Inas Dowaay '. Ll. ett, Willim Cline, Wiliam A. G.0u0, Jr., . P. Ass"eo. J. H. Pilling, N A. rsarts. Dr. Chates T. Lindsey. R. . W ttes, F. K, 1a1mL J. A. iiowardV 4. dlas and, S. U. Distua. Paovies Bsittaiou of the ftwr Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Compaiy F, jihmosd, Captain Thaepseh: Company , Freder ce Captaln Bevare; Company G. this eity, Lrtisat Ced4raa, this to be the esest to Goea. A. .1. Mes*me.. Governor Montague with wsonted sta; sther 4almik=h guests, imabers of the city eon"a and .dty oloera riding In car By DIviionIs. First dIvision-Marine Band; Col. George Waase AsOmen, Isarshel; Major Seville and Captain tiller, yids; 47is Company, Coast Artilery, U. S. A.; feld sus c; two companies of marines; fei smmhe; th Bat tery, Field Artillery, U. -S. 4,2d Regiment 1awalry Bas4, aoanted, two troope, 2d Reghneat Cnavahry; Distrft MaJoNal Guard Band; battalion Wasdington .gilrt Ifan try, commanded by Major Hoas; Spanish War Vetarsas; lewsboys Band; Knighs af Pythia, Usirhu iank. Second dlsilon-Waller's Band, No. 1: J469 Lesdester. alt i Piiht Fire Engine Cmpa'ny; Mdraahan Fire Engine Company; book and ladder company; Wt Geteen Dram rse; Oolaisia Fire Engdne - eade engine seS amen from Washington, D. C. *'STfd diviseen-Pistoere's Bani; Juidor Order United American Meeuaies of Waal ington and Alexandria; the Joba B. Hun desen Drum -Ceeps; Red Mea of Washing ton apd Alexandria; navy yard mechanes. Fourth dIvisIon--Waller's Band, No. 2: Cha.rle B. 24m, awrba. Dies division wil consist of the -ladsial displays, the "mer emw-' and the Naisonal1 Guard Draun Starting of the Pamde. 'The parade will start at 2 o'clock at the intersection of Puke and Washington strele fesunig s tihe agiacanit streeta. It Uig follow the line already published in The Star anai counaterma.rob on King streat. The reviewing stand will'"be constructed at *s -sat..au. it Wasbtn es Cun aron striats, where Governor Montague and Chief Martua a.th winl review the pa geast. The , Yms . utri Governor Joseph E. Wllamt.ad party wil arrive here from Riehann In the mnorning. *-egw ernor and thes lieutenant gversier r o the s .aat Cesaralon Alterny Grdner L. Bosthe .at amIs home on Paineess street during ther stay In this city. Marshall L. King. dendesas of She ems-..i - comn elten., has ae asme range ManIs mir ieachaea for hgatuut. of har, in warve ab purss matdy all the si of the dty have been rented. James. G.mn. 1vnsi ot Menaas ML. was tages Magir auem=p in the go Roe emart dhis norning as thle aas of blw.ar 1Ehe ainlaimast, awbo is als A est appear mhnsth Iinlae ae go it'nsm a the ass iee e lermaas ahe -a st to Maryjapd ler dbat aussese Ja the amRho die - lenaitma dli 'u in JaM ail ri i hearing. Jkfter re is - Ag Gran was -ea bairm.t ay the htar. The netmmas.mMa atnes, but intamad that.I bhe ....a aet in all Gant the 1"na of mt samn. Ho eli e -o jan Snmaath Cd Mis U MQfa reiAtad from tMis uniosa. a ' a as Eangliter, who wa the now Ganei be 4dare, eu e berm of ber Eamily. A pe Stin4 m f ns dsus.. derin whichg AusbaaA,Aved aparLt. ea Mary S. 5one at edI a memb-Se stthe ty ps amiewa toda in e eta hoe ,yth >a the i tie.eurhwe a 6eadoU MM positions. -for ea at oad iaddas >o Monday wie e . of the eeaas'sp ssa. theaN=i sa an PREoTe ms 1 or 1103 O Le rtts AMi 1rom o*ri ers of th --A-A -- ad others-M port on Contributions, A conference of ofiBcers and other frien" ant the thons Jefferson Metnorial Asso sen.u MaMM'United State. was held at 0 Hotel Barten .last night ine attenkafsi wasn at as 1s -s bad been hoped twM but this was explained by the fact th there was an unusual number of odat m.d fraternal gathcrihgs for. which 'prevspa meemms had been .made by most Alf thee ao would otherwise have beeni p mat. Ae eoneence assumed more of a roda thea a basiness character. All presnt tnanifested great interest in the movemit to erect .bes a truly aUsJi adap pWte Bmemodls to he aTher of 0 Deeweastin t ndepeno," and einnt muccess was predicted. Remarks wa made by General John M. Wilson. who As ene frteralgat th. asses,ih esep resenting he District of Ceinalbea. United ates 4eateinelet htaracer of South maniest also eaee aing, tseng a tona, that -t sas tupeiaey gratiaig o him that 4he m asement was an ab solutely non-pard4saa ene r resentative 6. J. Bowie of Alabama mssused these gresn that ia hsis juigmma+ id1'etate would be a very liberal centriba tor ad eat the etie of the .ountry bame better acquainted with the aims at the moveneent they would likewise be agre active and enthusiastic. He said It was most pleasingt tbat to note te irreat unber of puelar and prominent men of both the great ,pelitiesl- parties accepting oefices in the aWsocialon, whidh was a very eseeuragipg sign. l'easurer Jesse B. Wilson reported that le was receiving almost every day responses e the appeal Af Admiral Dwey for coltri" wti9s, many of them cobs from the 'ar northwest, end one frem eleer of he Royal Preaiam 1*ndwetw, who wrtes: "Tbeu I an a Gemas. I ensat bat asn e greatet .anualration fr the au 3or of the lecl aration of 10n00penDene, Whleh I have always admireS An en 0. he fnest bits of Engisk prose. Another was from a lady-vt CC , who asl: "plaeas aeeest the inced te, I 6n sorry to be npabo to contribute a larger i1i, Ret .ale 9ab l sibinoney on e wteat fmy ness-; belt a whrea the at adj ssy s por aretoe of a merlslie ee who I . earad1 oear to sdaase asn' love a a s t trest Amise.4 - Beetay ?a's B lrt. Jeaetay W. A *eXaa< gave a .ea f the iork of the assmeas i sad opas pf the pleas for the future. A letter au reLl by him from the .Society of alerai+ lIps as, which .a Aesins was .espressed to Dontat e & su tay bly incrie atenor taJ tet eiepg witha oner o pe9i'l-ui. me Postmaster Den M. Diidson- whe is the vie. president of the associa$es for Michi wrote a ry pOniMing.latter, h.1 M etatela is which he .said be mas soaleus to ineugurate a movement o his state to assist the national antetion, and that e halanareeived a number 4t coaibutiaas; .r ., that te profoct to sweet a maaorial to the author of th Dec larat n of Independence weoM prove to be a ,ymilpr one. par sa. sitws "nuted .o a-ba n lines,w Shw, I . a mea aer of the esecntfvo cointtee l *e 'sit, rxaman Memorial Eoad Asoetlallon, stated tha it eat the Iendes At Va peoid &l iear hn Muzerae a v 1.upreaser -moaesasat to bosorate seith oa ~ibues me tamb Zlarapn at Montic.1lo on the ISR t amt eurriug Ap~rf. the Mrthgey nivway at the sle st atsan. The iad4es, bew4, pre Lst ageoit imIpee 20o * parts ofthe country. with eter vet anfer. lng the event a notable and imapressive aa. Amnong. th-s gesent at Alpe confern2 beides those already mpent,ioned aere n d,rew A. LApecomb, chairman ofte ar of governors of the asmnoiastion: D. Baisil Walsh. charsn ;of te eestiva omasit tee: A. Hload Clark, secreta.ry of the ia tiontal Histoical ,Pacle ty; Dr. 3pRIn R. Mar lor, John Dorle Carsody, Conpt Pima Harris. 3. Walter Whete . Mah=3 Wines. Augustus Davis Jon . Mde, Letters of regret were read fee's Uma States Denatees Farbena,- =sm Near. Foraker, AMer. Baraain M&chdi, Hawley, Pessose, T. -C. PJatt, W. 4.?.* McComas, Wellingina, 'Wet.mor. and A. , EPester, gil of wbon hmartlky -appree the rhf set of tihe eudoasd ei sa-d serialasite. riatlna Derid M. > rcqam CMeh: H. F. Nais arh5w t ., sad 3. L.Myade dnaamie=m= a== mE=usimsan and Wmst .4p othess. ' 300at -EmestatiW 43Wia 01 Tease a fw ders age, Rev. T. F. ieuos Swg up an old.Jbe fel seighng alsty ad -isd tha is k=eeed to haye a gust Seal tod 4woerth thes malir 1ssry of me toW - s ta mase, aia 1. A. Nshsae~ 4t 40sent a 31tr aman agdbe ifes Minise damnr"Wile se a* 4se aped the-we :rsri.e,- with the anatins &. b- -* inffast af the mogd g enaMna had asimaeno sism0 s.esII 4a .a.. essm T * 6C - p. - s , .1-4 4 C - * - G SRsr lEo* * .4 :.. ,-u *e -e-4 . .. depw&easte e api - Bre r.ef The mag * Ls la aI ,, e ______ r___________ '-Cagsr hs K.t ma Stug.n az aue ?se y% o ebo iMpes o teern doe... 3.J,s dAg' b - dhelsr 4aIs e 4w# ma a.ma.: r. . seaa . e eatm rIEOD) 1t y ia t s pr.duact have -, not ony al v Am patented mey Is ued bakdag? I 'S BREAD-the most to of scientlfe btTdmak rery best quality of at ocess of making and mL baked, and every crumb k your grocer fc id==look for the se substitutes - 9 t .- 4swl A stoting Ii whc o do .L Al! articles .aad are me~O r op i e enskes. T.beenhools *e mat erove e y ma4eril t e satt AMl this ma5iuel weok ba e very Tie . s a . t esist of .blu a mena to asi immea:AE.5 || en. Sn Esr d o -r o g th. Nther a a 0f1 as@me ga4f ~A ss aanes team JjIes p41 bp e s. 9esmealse u .W.w ame==a e r u satyen@ o g I se s ao -meesa.aa *tra 4mg,ian . 30sma us Aetsagr a4asi A' e aa uasia Dsrha genman----- up -.. 15 w T'. - WY r BA Fanous bern LJs -fmoe se, but I. nmgs d by dis i rr.s w a ImIel ot stem mnm product ar thi. Ig-a result which h ertaIs a.g by empoyi dog It. Every lat I of Mother's Bread is it Mother's label and Bargains II Upholstery (k At This V HE Furniture and Uph -a cors to th iggoos w be ahir unneusay low Vrem Swness and higwhgrade qu .Gilt Corner Chair, rush seat. .i Git Corner Chair; .upholstere i Gilt Reception Chair.... i Gitt Corner Chair, satin dani x Gilt Divap,, sat iws n - z Gilt Roman Chir,.satin-#am SWeathwered Oak Drinking Ta 5O IediaJ~Sboole........... Upholstery 6o patterns &irt ~~lyArt Ti airs n.Rm.: Curta 4p -ad Sitk.Damask, assortc i40 yai4uWMeegiied TJapestrj and es|n and ed. ...... I Poties assrted eq awu s . eMier. Awr rite oe et.~se a vt aanki - r %aked. ; of perfCedos countries as nrked a revo wnd hygienic . bakery-is a atta d by [Ug a special s evenly and enjoyable. O kery. QaltyYour Secuity He. r Furniture, ods, Rugs, etc., Veek's Sale. - De....es are th ,r. sumd nu.ot IlDfr s,, but for their foretse f dtyi 4........ . ask.. . .. $.9o O Mes ...o. *A D * ... . . 0 Iprs, vaIwns se 'ir. AVE3NPOIR