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If the word "Satisfaction" can ever be applied to shoes, it is to "Queen Quality." "Queen Quality" Shoes give you Satisfaction, and Satisfaction is the back-bone of all the virtues. Fit - Reputation - Style - - - a transfusion of excellencies - each the better for the other, and you find them all in "Queen Quality." It is the one shoe that has absolutely .atiafied over a million critical, discriminating women. It will satisfy you. We ask the pleasure of demonsstoebn this. We a the sote right of Ssl Saks and Company. Order"1TthBues Garrett's WinesSC Now for ___ ___ Thanksgiving the wor- Seve r roebt Dinner.T k i F t.AsltlthfietEg Garrett's American Woines are not Q Quen Quaity" hompsoP cheap, yet they are not high in price. of .F3K0.HN .PR . We are not competing with the i tie ackbone of 703 the St. wines of the world on the question n a t b f of price. Quality and purity are ines what we have worked for since the T establishment of our business in T-ao odnGt 1835. Cae......0.q.b cigFe Our vineyards and wineries rep- a n o resent the very highest develop-ToKonauen..40.q. 5e e gs&Sn ment of the wine makers' art-bet-Ta in ter wines are not made anywhere. pgn ........$.2qt FOTSEILT, Every bottle bearing the Garrett label contains clean, pure, whole- u some wine of delicious flavor and Fomicpisadpnpuin,at. 121P.Ae.NV the price is promptly refunded if it qt-c.t.31 t, fails to give perfect satisfaction. Od ayR Wih IfPen.Ae Garrett's In NwWs AmeriCan Not -h, Wines Tusc w abngea aretts by Aroer a ine archa n ot g -' K tA O" ForD sM A Awrd h gst. Ask yur dealr to upply yo Wt Fr st n Par " ~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ l cohpeito, at hyaent ihi rc. d*Cnl "Escapernong," rS T . Louis Ord ir. WeLAIJ,4A arelet stoc ofpein mactne thand4Fat l ra 0 "Virginia Dare, W i"n . et us >yK g oo, rord ofO-S prways onait hand.it ar "Minnehaha," or sn thT e uk Wis . I Fred oc e Paul Garrett's ?7Ocok -Champagnerrli ,t. -delicious table wines fro s American vine- T a l e yards, absolutely pure and sold on the guar antee. "If not pleased, money refunded." 4an PA . qt. F RSINB A Aways sold in our own bottles, with our name and trade mark blown in the glass, ETBIHDAcruy N OPRPT and on label, cap and crown. whle T - l AraN E K SERVED AT LEADING RESTAURANTS. -Eisf~ h ihs ye- EGS ADECSADDIOI ASK THE WArTBR. -f .55 elie ti- ~ CLNA soe in o dliiusflvo ad-frm aulless nd pl t. pdlusi.h 7a.nd-" A vDRN .NER.W.N~ failsship Weo soie- perfec saANKiNfSOcEion. GARRETT & COMPANY,C.ats-DUS 3GA E S A Baa E 118 3 5 ,A M I _ u annvso JohAtrbetIornng N(ODF(LK. VIRGINIA. ,'.u:cN::::r 3-TaETHRp. Branch: St. Louis. No. Tn1-n eod o n , l eYt3 IJapaneseIphnadcopeeotGO S Forarnish,75c. fo. 236t.i HI PAINT ~ituwt BRUSH topr e.l o a h aosnOs FREE. k oo.alft ssbs,w frtohnrddssrcsl a no21-20d T E standard. _ ___ of bredAmkin has been established c~m~ ei~ a oevlm n u! MOTHIIER'S INS ~ ~ S tio. mos b dg podu otriW the bakery. DpbgU W L No higher than other breads. IWMS kIU Uq m Sc. a loaf at all grocers*. C a.M UI m~ CORBY's MODERN BAKERY. - - Dentistry B. o. I . D. D. sp * , as's. ThanUgiyi Let .us provl4e the refreslamen This is Washingto s "finest fami reality as well ainame, and that fa of everything thab blars our name Prices are lowest consistent i tion is absolutely'secure. Specials for Thanksgiving Da California Claret. .zinfandel ........2 c. bottle: $2.50 dos. Special .............16ei bottleli $ w dos. X California Sherry and Port ...LOG gal.; 25e.- bottle; $2.75 dod. Xx ...1.50 gal.; 3 &i..-bottle: 15.50 dos. XXx ..*100 gal.: (10e. bottle; sL.00 dos. Cooking Brandy.......75e. qt. 40. pt. New England and Jamaica Rum Xx ........i5c. qt. 40c. Pt. 76 gal. XXX .......$1.00 qt. G0c. pt. .50 gal. California Sauternes. Sauternes (medium. Ec. bottle; $4.50 dos. Extra Sauternes (Haut sauternes), S0c. bottle; $5.50 dos. 318 Ninth Str it Six- Button Walking Boot. The very latest comple- . ment to a pretty foot. Patent 1 Leather, [.09 Calfskin, Kidskin, . BURT Arthur Burt, 1411 F. C.O..L We exercise every care in the purchase, handling and delivery of our coals. We are equally solicitous of their proper use. Housekeepers frequently in crease their coal bills by burning the wrong size or kind of coal. We cheerfully Inspect heaters, ranges. etc., and advise as to the proper coal. J. MAURY DOVE CO. INCORPORATED. Maim Oice, t121 and F N.W BRANCHES: 21st and I n.w. 1602 14th n.w. 1206 H n.w. 205 7th s.w. 442 9th n.w. 1211 1st n.e. NEW TELEPHONE. MAIN 4210. Private Branch Exchange. The present is an op portune time to buy Sterling Silver Knives, Forks and Spoons. Thanksgiving Day marks the near ap proach of the enter taining season, when such articles are in greatest demnand. Gait & Bro., Established Over a Century, ZEWELLERS, SiLvERSMITHS. sTATIONERB, * 1107 Penna. Avenue. sa-tu,th..40 ICURESB I It Is so eas to t e p rid people wil tand the oro thenm. 8. S. Corn Curl DllV at Onceremoves the etls days. Edward SEn,eus , Carra " for the ngDinner. t tot the Thanksgiving dinner. y wine and liquor store;" in ct guarantees the high quality rith quality-and your satisfac Silver Wedding Whiskey, $1.0I full qt. i $.50 gallon. Always good. This high-grade Whiskey is ai most a household necessity. Keyport Maryland Rye, 7c. qt.: ,.5 gallon. Not quite as old as Silver Wedding, but just as pure. Cooking Whiskey, $2.25 gallon-full strength and good flavor. American Champagnes. Gold Seal (special dry).*1.10 qt. 65c. pt. Great Western....... L0 qt. 6fc. pt. IAL WINE Co., Private Delivery. aOOOeaOaOOa E7300 1-lb. loaves to the barrel. When You Order Table Supplies forThanksgiving -don't fail to include Cream Blend Flour. Inferior bread, cakes or pastries spoil an otherwise perfect d i n n e r. Everything you bake will prove satisfactory if "Cream Blend," The Perfect Flour - be used. It- invariably yields the most appetizing, in viting and nourishing bread, cakes and pastries - the kind you'll take pride in serving with Thanksgiving dinner. AT YOUR GROCER'S. B. B. Earnshaw& Bro., It Where to Buy Your CARVERS VERY ONE will ap preciate the advan tages of buying ThanksgivingCarvers HERE, where stocks are largest, qualities best and prices lowest. 8-piece Sets, ha"dsomely mo $3t- o ed. silver ferrules..........3O0 3-piece Sets of Breakfast Can-. era, wler-plated hollow adle... $50 Same in 2-piece Sets........... $1.00 -psece Sets, Kie and Fork. !ne stag 5oc., 75c. and $.00 Set. 37Finest Gus *and Ammuuttion ber WAILFORD'S no2-t,th,-40 Dining Room Furniture. SLEGANT, exclusive pieces, including Sideboa.rde, China Cabinets, Tables, Chairs, etc. The most masterly repro ductions of famous antique SEIeh Draperes and UTpholstering Stuffs. Wurdeman &Co., INTERIOR DECORATORS a FUUNIUHBBS.3 6z0 razth St., The d,7r - no-t,t,s,aoNrh fF A Promoter of Women's Rights. RStanda.rd Rtr htl eig usefenesTs,ple, setG or porAis frrera ' cA smun WL n n~t Eeqitauites for 3udl, Eddes and Ea n-Pesonal The Secretary of State and Mrs. Hay wQr have .1only a family gathering to mak Thanksgiving. Secretary and Mrs. Shaw will have a friend or two to join their home circle Thursday. Mrs. Shaw and Miss Shaw are going out to Des Moines early In December to make a few visits. Secretary and Mrs. Morton will have their first Wash ington Thanksgiving under the happiest auspices. Secretary andl Mrs. Hitchcock have asked a few guests for dinner. Post master General and Mrs. Wknne expect their eon, Capt. Frank Wynne, M. C.. up from Norfolk, to join their famlly party at dinner. Secretary and Mrs. Metcalf also expect to be here for the day, Mrs. John W. Foster's small tea yester day for Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant was an excekdingly pleasant occasion. This aocom plished hostess and her attractive guest receiving in the music room, while Mme. Peres. Miss Boardman and Mrs. Lansing, daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Foster, did the honors of the dining room. Mr. and Mrs. John Joy Edson entertained last night the bridal party that will attend their daughter, Miss Elisabeth Edson. and Mr. Frederick Eichejberger tomorrow night. The Misses Donn gave a luncheon today for Miss Edson and Miss Elliott, Miss Elisabeth Donn serving the former as maid of honor. and Miss Minona Donn the latter at her wedding, Friday. Miss Charlotte Elene Moulder, daughter of Mrs. Andrew J. Moulder, was married to Mr. Charles Carter.Nlchols in San Fran cisco, October 26. Archbishop Riordan per formed the ceremony. The house was lav ishly decorated and the bride was attended by her sister. Mrs. J. H. Corode, and four bridesmaids. Bayard Moulder escorted the pride, who is his sister. The bride was beautifully dressed in chiffon and lace. A luncheon followed, at which 6he guests were seated in groups of four and six. The wed ding trip was to the south. The couple has many friends in this city. Mrs. William A. Rafferty and children have gone to Fortress Monroe to spend Thanksgiving with Major and Mrs. Ogden Rafferty. The marriage of Miss Susan Dexter Dal ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers Dalton of Boston, to Mr. Alford Warriner Cooley of the civil service com mission, will take place Thursday, Decem ber 1, at the Church of Our Savior, Long wood, Mass., and a reception will follow at the home of the bride's parents, No. 507 Beacon street, Boston. Miss Belem Aspiros, daughter of the Mexican ambassador and Mme. Aspiros, will make her debut at a tea at the em bassy. Saturday, December 10. The debut of Miss Gwendolln Cummings of Boston made a hospitality of large aud important proportions yesterday at the home of the assistant secretary of state and Mrs. Peirce. The debutante has lived with her aunt and is therefore no stranger to the capital. The hostess was handsome ly gowned in jetted lace over white and the debutante was -in white silk mous selne. She received quantities of superb Bowers. In the receiving party were MIss Pauline Morton. the Misses Miller. daugh ters of Commander and Mrs. Frederick A. Miller; Miss Schroeder, Miss Mary Souther land, Miss Marion Stevens, Miss Katherine Wood, the Misses Mackay-Smith, Miss Jean Cook of Baltimore. Miss Jean Loring. Miss Anita Poor and- Mis Eloise Sergeant. In th etea room were Miss Anne Hitchcock. Miss Betty Davis, niece of Senator and Mrs. Lodge. Mme. Waddington, widow of the former ambassador to France, wil be here today to visit her sister, Mrs. Eigene Sch er. and both wHi be guests tonight at the Whto aouse. - Mme. Waddington and Mrs. &chuy ler were the Msses King of New York. and the charm of manner tbrt won them belie ship when they were younger is still a plemsing trait. Miss Pauline Morton, daughter of the secretary of the Navy, and Mrs. Morton will be presented at a tea December 17. Miss Alice Roosevelt was in New York yesterday ard at the re-opening of the Metropolitan Opera la8t night. She was a guest in the Wm. K. Vanderbilt box, and was dressed in white satin, with paniers of silver spangled lace; sleeves of puffed tulle, and a collar of pearls. Other notable Washingtonians were Mr. and Mrs. Thee. P. Walsh, the latter dressed in white satin and wearing diamonds and pearls, and Baron and Baroness Moncheur, the latter in pink chiffon satin and silver spangled tulle. Mrs. Margaret D. Platt, formerly presi flent of the W. C. T. U. of the District, now of Seattle, and state president of the W. C. T. U., and Mrs. Margaret C. Munns sre the guests of Mrs. E. L. Robertson, 142 U street northwest, where they will be at home Thursday sitternoon from 3 to 6. Miss Gross of Baltimore is the guest of Miss Margaret Forbes of 427 6th street northwest. Iowa newspaper men who are located in Washington were the hosts last evening at a dinner given at the Willard Hotel, the guests of honor being Gov. A. B. Cummins cf Iowa and Gov. Samuel R. Van Sent of Minnesota, a native of the state of Iowa. The mnner was a return courtesy extended to Gov. Cnmmlns, that gentleman having lined the newspaper men of his state when bl was in Washington last January. In adZ lition to the guests of hoaor there were present Frank J. Stillman, R. H. Patehin, Philip Patchin, H. J. Mahin, Charles S. Imith, Jackson S. Elliott and John Briar, private secretary te Gov. Cummins. A large gathering of friends were present Bupday night at the residence of . Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Notes, 780 5th street north. west, to celebrate the nineteenth birthday anniversary of their son, Louis Notes. Among those present were the'MNisses LUv ngston and the Misses Jordan, Meas. Her nan Silver, Jake Heidenheimer, Jos. Mor ris, GoMine Sigmund, Lully Engel, Archie ICngel, Milton Hoffenmaler, Louis Abraham, Foe. Levy, Morris Shappirio, Arthur Tal ent and John Morse, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lvingston, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Layman, Mrs. Jordan and Mr. W. Nicholson. After an absence "of two years Mrs. leorge H. Cooper and daughter have feturned to their home, 1.132 5th street aorthwest. Mrs. Wyville has returned to Washington, mad is again at the Bancroft for the win the aragofterdauhtrMagesi to D.John P. Dnnlgun Monday, Novem Miss Delsy Elliott, danghter of General and Mrs. Georea -F. Elliott, U. S. M. C., wee thq uetof honor at a up give MwserC. Parirep at thie Dsbr Seatuwra Aomg we Dr . .. anD a. Dsgl or Vet a$$ti .C. Geere K Watt and Lecy C. Oy11140, Isiah Vlbsr and Virge LA. John F. bent and Annie 3. AliMa, John and Annie 11 t, both 46 Rua and Mary J. Crem. both of atinre, Md. s.= W. 331. and Psate a. Dues, Charles F. Taylor and Iiry A. Pagen both of Tealeytown, D. C. ?L Wade and Ma Brn. Wattr T. Dantel and Anale T yler. rerikB, aiobelberserand HMYsbeli Janes Mereer of Spottsylvaata ewasty. a d Beasie Murray of tailestowa. Wnlke..S. Storm of Ane..a FL., and Jeanette a. Webster of tis efty. David D. Bogers and DOisW A. ras,. WUMaO Powets and May Arter. Wnllaa T. Wales and id Coerei Greenles. sylvan Wittgenstein and soft VUgrfiat Buttoni. Deatha in the Disalrt. The following deaths were reported to the health odBe for the twenty-four hoer. ended at noon todayf J. Homer Altemus, white. 46 years, TW1 13th street northWest. Theresa BraMier white, 6 years, 40 New York avenue northwest. H1HMseetb Coleman, colored, do pears. Providence Hospital. Edith Dennis, white, S3 years, Goverme ment Hospital Insane. William H. Freser, white. TT rears; George Washington University Hospital. Jnqus L Garner, volored, 1 year, 310 Cut Ion street. Ferdinand Gawler, white. 8S years, 17T4 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Mary H. Harper. white, di yeats, so 18th street northwest. Simon Henderson. colored, 6 years, Ma sonic Hall alley. Marian Palmer, colored. 0 months, 111 0th street northwest. Mary L. Payne, white, 54 years, 112 (i street. Missouri Robinson, colored, 13 years, 111 4th street northwest. James P. Thornton.. colored, 4 meonths, 15183 4th street northwest. Catherine Walsh, white. 1 days, Con gress Heights. William A. White, white, 47 years. m1 4th street northwest. Maud William. colored, 10 years, IM Half street southwest. DIED. BROWN. On Sunday. Neveaber 30, 1004, A1.FRED F.. husband of Margaret A. Brewn, hims 1 ae fio ther-Maee of hi p.eMn%a, 3 B4 street southwest, Wednesday November 2. at 1 o'cleek, thence to St. Panl'. Chreb. RrLa tives and friende are ted to at tend. ( ) or 1I WIP.t. CARMA SUddeall. Mrisday. November U. 104, at 1:80 o'clock a.m.. ANNA W. CALRa The remans eie at 6n4 T street northwest. Funeral services at the Metropolitan A. U. 3. (areb. N street between 15th aad 1tth seets northwest. Wednesday. November U. at $:8 **clck p.m. PImed Wbatlsy Fnain. MW. a. U.O0. V. B..ited OAMSEL.Os Satura Noeme 10 . at P"ovidence HbISIWW.CCAMPPBEML (whtl~ Body at city moss.. t not caled tr W 4.m. ovember 28 remaiUs Will be dispesed o1 in acee.d.'e with law. CHISLET. Departed this ife a Novemb.r 10. 1.04, at p p.m., M,s. Rii-C.E. amether et MKe CMaiser Tams and e 'deen years a aft empep t Mis. A. F. Funeral, peiMte, ken 481 Rf$e steet nerthwest." C0MAN. On Theedy, November 1. I06, at 2:40 a.m., ANNA MANIA COLEMAN. Fesral from her late resdeem . Ne. 1 A street northwest, an Friday. November 15, at $:80 a.m. Eawkm maes at St. Mary's Cmrh at a invited to attaen and frkads are pt DENNIS. Ost B1adar November 20. 1$04 at 5:16 p.m. EDITH . DENNIS,r sgea thrt6;; yea Asleep Is the ars of loom. Fuseral, ]. p te, fIesa her mother's residenc. 1N et9 rtrset southwees. Wednesday. Nsood.r 2. at U am. (Amaadry papes w eap.) S. RIBERIAN. On Monday. Nsvesbor . 13ft at w E the w t M Um..... Fud. te. from her late resdese Weds.s day, eber U., at 1:8S p.ap * FRAMIM Suddenly. e Sunday Nevember 2, 180. at 5 p.m.. WSrta u l, sad .s-v benad et Prudae E. Frse,aged sset Funeral seri e from his late reridene. NO. $04 Nove 2, at 2 o'clock Friend. a relatives respectfully invited. S FOOTE. On November 1e, 1004, at Qlvviad, Ohio, HENRIETTA M, widow of the late An drew Fste. Burial services at chap Harmony esmetery Wed neaday, November at 8 p.m. GAWLER. On Sunday mornfngt. ,vmbee U. 1904, at 5 o'clock. FIRDINA. . soa of Is seph and Annie I. Gawler, In his thirty-eighth year. Fuaeral from the family resldeses. 1174 Pewsa0i vania avenue northwest. Wednesday, Nvem ber 28. at 8 o'clock. Relatives and Mends r spectully Invited to attend. PrIMds kidl HOWES. On Mosny. November 21, 1304, at 6:15 pmat Geratw.Md., after WILLIAM H HOW-fwRSar beloved husband of Mary IHowe Funeral services at Gleawod cemetery ebet Weneda uoriaeve er,3 at1I e'cu. E'AVANAUGB. - At her re.d.sce. 7m (hre Te t). bovei wife of P. . Xangh. Solemn requiem emss at St. Francis Xavier Chasci. Interment at St. Johbs New cemetery, Breek lyn. N.Y.* EMLY. Os Tusday. November 22. 1334. 5TE. PEEN. as of erllen and the late Patrick Eelly, aged twenty-eight years. cleves meetha and twenty-two days. Dearest Stephes. thou bath left us, We thy ess mast deeply feel, ij But 'tis God that has bereft urn, He can all eer ae.u heal. Nodes .f fu.nerllter.e "a|ts&|%his e''*-M.''E ib.yi".re Wa..wUl not ferset yeuQther, In that lend of weudres beauty, Where ne pating timmee e'er come, Yea have aE sebefore us Unto that ernlhems. 3? TEE FAMILY. luneral krne his late reeseee, November 33, aS 3:5 s.m., theses te St. Matthew's 4emm where mam will be .51M fOr the repoe e ofhi soul. Intemn t emeer. WHITE. Os Smnday. Noveember U, 1304, at :0 o'clock p.ma.. at the reaidemee of Mis mether. 3..4th.trettmee.t. WIUAM A. WHiTE Funelfi!nSt."PatrI' Oarch at ie e'dwhd a.rn. Wednesday, Novemsber 28. Interment p vats. Funessl DImeSer and Ebatmer, 1119, U N& ISvP JOhtN R. LOWE, S00OOS TO U W. BaRmEse fl2 11. at. n.w. NeqSW 3.,3.5 W TIIOS S. SEROPAN, wit cc.mwe Uer.n.,A el ,ph r. SAui ss Se e0~ T.