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05j1 S interesting to a
II ordinary and succ
We are so happi
district. And this has
which is a thoroughfa
through our vast esta
from our array of inco
early and timely buyin
Now that the Xnu
a gift for a friend, but
assume the burden of
Articles may be se
Silverware, Jewell
Goods boxed or otl
Ask for our Store
/
Salle of Ar
At Half Prk
/^plIE ESPECIAL fitness of
/f i nized by all. They arc alv
a place for then) and they
We have secured an<
UMial prices a large lot of worthy p
types, Hand-colored Photogravuri
Prints, Sepias, etc. There are va
arc attractively and appropriate!)
are priced low they are high grad
Xmas gifts.
A lot of Colored Miniatures, including
">V*don;ias." "Gainsborough Heads," etc.,
in old-fashioned frames.
25c each. Value, 50c.
A lot of Carbon Pictures. "Gainsborough
Heads," "Broken Pitcher." "Rembrandt
Subjects," etc., in llxl4-inch carbon wood
frames.
. 50c each. Value, 95c.
A lot of Colored Artotypes. landscapes
and country scenes, figure pieces, blacksmith
shop. etc.. in 14xl7-inch fancy gilt
frames.
50c each. Value, $1.00.
A lot of. Colored Artotypes, "Deer in
i he Mountain," "?.attle Grazing," "A
Country Home," "Making Hay." "The
Old Orchard" and others, in 8x20>lnCh
broad black frames.
50c each. Value, $1.00.
A lot of Artist-proof Sepia Etchings,
landscape scenes. in brown-and-gilt
frames. 12x26-lnch outside measurement.
S1.00 each. Value, $1.50.
Fourth floor.
Individual Furniture
As Gifts for Men.
HAT tc give. "him"is
/( I /( I II the oerolexintr ciues
tion women are now
ask ing themselves.
Why not a piece of "Individual"'
Furniture?something for his own
personal use. and not for the family
in general? A gift of this kind
will be doubly appreciated?one
that will last for years, and always
be a pleasant reminder of
the giver. Much time, worry and
trouble may be saved by a visit to
our Furniture Department.
We are showing an attractive
assortment of useful pieces, in
mission, oak. weathered oak. mahogany
and mahogany finish, ineluding
Smoking Stands, Cellarettes.
Shaving Stands, Morris
( hairs, Reading Chairs, Combination
Chiffonier and Shaving
Stand, Chiffoniers, Wardrobe
Chiffoniers, etc.
Minion Smoking Stand.*. in two deeigns. titio,i
w;tb ash rcveirer. pip* holder, cigar cup tfe
?ud ma tea lighter. Each
Mission Smoking Stand*, with metal lined
< .gar box and cigar cup and cutter. t?Each
??3-OU
Mission Stnokinc Stands, with lower shelf and
metal-lined drawer fitted with loch; Ct-o/-\c\
also cigar holder and cutter, etc. Each. ? -fc.wcz
Mission Siuokinc Stands, with cigar ami pipe
holder and metal-lined cijrar box. J^jqqq
Mission t'eliarettes. large size, with remixing
te>ttle holder, glass rack and pipe Ctrnvi
r.ngs. Ka.-h OIU.UO
Mission Collarette*. with rernlrins bottle ami
jrlass holders, and cigar drawer at liot- t^j x -q
|om. Each
Mission Collarettes, large sire, with set in
pictures at lop. rexolxing l<ottlc rack. $jgoO
op Ee'li
Golden ??ak Shaving Stands, best tdate "lass
mirror, razor drawer and place for gjg qq
muss. Each
? - e1* ?- '" ? f An.l Vltit v.
iOlClPP 'JilK * * unnni >
iur Stand. plate glass mirror, hat hox -/-v
an<l two drawer*. Each
Mahogany-finish Sharing Stands, wide drawer.
. a hi net flited with lock. place for C ->/-? ?-*-?
sharing megs. etc. Etch al-U.UU
Mission Morr's Chairs. nine steel
* .iml spring scat. hair-ll led cu-hions. C'mns*
Ka. b q?IU.UO
Vnartered Oak Morris Clialrs. spring .
ai. hair tilled reverallde cn.liloii*. Kach "rV1 /?
Mahogany finish Morris f'Ifatrs. stefl CmrYi
spring seat, hair dlled cushion-. Kach.
lit S?illd Mahogany. Each Sl6.jO
< blffonlers. of golden ??k nod mahogany. with
liirna mirror: fitted with coat and patits
't>ger?. -ins- l??* and whisk lironm gj.*. .-w-.
ladder. Kach ip-^.UU
\Vsr<!r??l>e Chiffoniers. of oak and mahogany.
oUTenlentlr jT.mp d and fitted with <? J - rv-?
hangers. Each to.1'^
Quartered Oak Reading Arm
Chairs, with high back; covered
with best panne cloth. A chair
f designed especially for ease and
rest, and at the same time handsome
and attractive.
$25 each. VaSue, $50.
Ihrlk Hoot, (i (I.
Iloob1
CHRISTMAS CARDS,
The Morning?and
4* A
ne Ap
EI, and the question, 441
essful efforts to render
ly situated in regard to
come about through it
re for carriages and au
blishment and stimulat
mparable gift things,
ig, while there is still oj
is season approaches, t
because she is consider
their own small parcel:
lected now for holiday
y, Leather Goods, Uml
feerwise made more pre
Directory and Shoppin
t Pictures
;e amid Less.
Pictures as Xmas gifts is recogs-ays
acceptable, as there is always
arc real acquisitions to the home.
:1 offer at half and less than half
>ictures, comprising Colored Artoes.
Artist-proof Etchings, Carbon
rious sizes and subjects and they
r framed. Notwithstanding they
c pictures and will make pleasing
A lot of Colored Artotypes, landscape,
pastoral and marine scenes. In old-style
Kilt frames; 81,<:x24-inch outside measurement.
$1.00 each. Value, $2.00.
A lot of Colored Artotypes. landscape,
pastoral and marine scenes; also sheep,
cows and other subjects, in broad woodand-gilt
frames. 14x32-inch outside measurement.
$1.00 each. Value, $2.00.
A lot of Sepia Pictures, landscape
scenes, marine views, etc.. in broad oldKilt
frames. 19x30-Inch outside measurement.
$1.95 each. * Value, $3.50.
A lot of Carbon PhotoKraphs, Poets.
Musicians. Venetian Views, Heads of
noted people, etc., in old-style Kilt frames.
20x24-inch outside measurement.
$1.95 each. Value, $3.50.
A lot of Large Hand-colored Photogravures.
"Wedding Dreams." "A Dream
of Love," "A Dance ut the Imperial
Court" and other excellent subjects, in
broad old-style gilt frames. 27x40-inch
outside measurement.
$12.00 each. Value, $30.00.
Handsome Gifts
11 1.1. ?
In Neat Cases.
(Fifth Floor.)
HE following goods are
/[ I packed in neat white
ydy leatherette cases and
make acceptable Christmas
gifts.
? * - ?- c-1.: rnau*n CAI
I J riTOrn \.iuua ougai uuu vicaui wri w- -y?
in dainty pink and green decoration ?4**0
I 0 French China After-dinner Coffee Cuns and
| Saucers. in targe I'ink and Yellow Rose, Q, QI
with gold t?order "?5,03
0 Richly Decorated Austrian China C~ cm
; Tea Caps and Saucers o/.v*j
? Green and Gold French China Bread C-, ? I
and Butter I'lates V.W0
' 1 Hand Decorated French China Sugar c/. -n
and Cream Set CRJOu
? Richly Colored l>ong Stem Liquid Ct
Glasses VDOU
; > Richly Colored I?ng Stem Claret or qo ?n
Rhine Wine Glasses ?P?0'J
1 *i-imh Cut Glass Bowl in Hob St..r Q.
, design 04.OO
1 All-oter Cut Glass Sugar and Cream CtJ 9'
Set In new ruby pattern VXJ--0
I S Richly Cut Glass Tumblers, In Hob e
Star design VD*/0
1 9-inch Richly Cut Glass Nappy in qj? p,-,
Star design ?p/.UVJ
Fifth floor, U at.
Eisgih Art
Leather Work.
mSPECIAL exhibition and
sale of New Art Leather
Goods, burnt and handstained
in numerous colors
and in floral, scroll, cut-out
and applique designs. With special
lettering these goods make
appropriate holiday gifts, favors,
; euchre and whist prizes, etc. The
collection consists of pillow covers,
table covers, magazine covers,
picture frames, pocketbooks,
1 purses, address books, note books,
1 ? * ct/Yt /?ocnc K1 AI.
i cigui cue tasca,
I ters. pen wipers, etc.
Name or initials burned on any
i of the pieces without extra charge
! while you wait.
Mm in floor. F ?t.
Joss Incense
Burners.
F.l.ESTIALS attribute to
j /? \ this little ivory-finish,
j olive-tinted figure, with
j the funny smile, the power
i to banish evil spirits. There are
j today in far-off China, and, in
, fact, light at home, thousands ol
Joss worshipers, who believe that
i wherever Joss goes good luck follows.
The latest craze.
j- $3.00 each.
I Main door. <1 ?t.
'oodward & Lothrt
WSKb
New York--WAS]
, BOOKLETS, CALENDAR
Before 11 O'Clock^ls t
|^m v/civu
What Shall I Give?" ta
the solution of the que
convenient approaches
s being bordered on tb
tomobiles. Situated in
tes us to greater efforts
And that the quick pu
pportunity to shop witl
he carrying of package
ate of the delivery sen
s, and take along with
gifts with the assuranc
jrellas, Canes, etc., mai
sentable when practice
g Memorandum. You5
French Lingerie
Very Dainty Gifts.
Underwear Depart
(f I mcnt offers very attract
ive lines of wearable;
suitable for gift purposes
including elegant sets of Frencl
lingerie and very elegant single
pieces.
Special attention is called to tin
following items in Ready-to-wcai
Gowns, Chemises, Drawers anc
Corset Covers, which, besides be
ing excellent values, are neatlx
boxed and ready for presentation
Charming gifts, all of them:
French Nainsook Gowns, slip-over stylo: low
round neck, short kimono sleeve: neck an
sleeves finished with hand-embroidered scalloj>e
edee and eyelets run with pink or blue e, r,
ribbon. Each v'O1
French Nainsook Gowns, chemise style, 1m
round neck, short flowing sleeve, front richl
hand-embroidered in dainty Horal sprays; nee
and sleeves finished with scalloped edge an
eyelets run with pink or c->
blue ribbon. Each LO
French Nainsook Ghemises. hand-endtroidere
in pretty floral sprays: neck and armnoles fit
ished with scalloped edge and eyelets ru
with pink or blue ribbon. $I-00 to $1 .71
French Nainsook Drawers, with wide bant
embroidered and scalloped ?tT r?r? 1 ft $2 CM
edge ruffles. Pair
French Nainsook Corset Covers, hand-otnbrolii
cred in neat floral patterns and finished wit
scalloped embroidered edge.djj rQ and $2.2;
Each " i
Third floor." Eleventh st.
BeautSfuH Einrapoff'tg^
Hair Ornaments..
M PARTICULARLY choic.
collection of Hair Orna
ments, selected personal!]
by our millinery manage
in Paris. Unique novelties am
exclusive effects in various forms
including Silver and Gold Rose!
and Foliage, Jet Butterflies, Tin
seled Ornaments. Fancy Silvei
and Pearl Ornaments, etc.
! Exquisite shades, to match o
harmonize with the new season*:
gowns.
Prices, Si.25 to S5.00.
Just received a large assort
liment of very handsome
Ostrich Feathers,
in plain white and plain black
1 They have very full long fiber ant
J represent the best values we hav<
; ever offered at the respective
1! prices,
, { S8.00 to $20.00.
These make choice Christina!
gifts.
Scion J floor, "I on lb si.
Dress Patterns
For Christmas Gifts.
EVERAL hundred nev
V^^v Dress Patterns have jus
been added to those nov
011 sale, for your selec
tion, either boxed or inclosed ii
. lithographed bands, ready fo
presentation. In addition to th<
staple percales, ginghams an<
lawns, we are showing some o
the leading iqoq silk and cottoi
fabrics, including Satin P.roche
Japonika Silk. Silk Mousseline d<
. Soic, Silk Poplin and Bordere<
Lawns.
12 vds. Calico, 84c the pattern.
8 yds. Percale. Si.00 the pattern
10 yds. Percale, Si.25 the pat
tern.
12 yds. Percale, Si.50 the pat
tern. %
10 yds. Gingham, Si.25 the pat
tern.
12 yds. Gingham, Si.50 the pat
tern.
10 yds. Japonika Silk. S3.50 tin
pattern. 1
r r??ii A ?
12 y<is. japoniKa miic. .>4.20 itn
pattern.
10 yds. Satin Broche, $3.80 tin
pattern.
12 yds. Satin Broche, $4.56 tin
' pattern.
1 10 yds. Silk Poplin, $3.80 tin
pattern.
12 yds. Silk Poplin. $4.56 tin
pattern.
8 yds. 45-inch Bordered I.awn
$3.00 the pattern.
So-op'l floor. ti >1.
>P.
HINGTON?Paris.
S AND DIARIES?MAIN i
he Ideal Part of the Daj
ru
L Ui Vll
kes the uppermost place
stion easy, as a visit to
5 from every direction th
iree sides by different lit
i the heart of the city, tl
; to please and to serve
Ise should not reach a f<
I comfort and dispatch,
is has become a badge ol
/ice, whose labor would
them our appreciation ?
:e of prompt delivery at
rked free.
ble.
II find it both convenien
Dainty Neckwear
As Xmas Gifts.
- mother, sister or girl
- | I [ friend nothing makes a
s III J daintier or more desirable
vutff. A mas present than a prcti
tv neckpiece. It tones up any cosi
tumc and is a constant reminder
of the giver.
? Exquisite novelties direct from
r Paris mingle with the charming
j creations of best American mak.
crs in our display of Neckwear for
T women. Elegant, and yet many
are quite modestly priced.
fiihson Stocks, in white, black and co]o:*s
attractive and becoming effecta.
Kacb tO >3.50
j] Rabat s, the prettiest possible finish to s
* linen collar: large variety of
1 effects, including real Irish -y-r- +r* -n
J lace. Each 2^C IO
w Soft Eton Collars. embnvdered and trimmet
5 eS... ''...."!";.$.5.50and $4.5?
.. Silk Imitation Persian Lamb Scarfs, in white
* black, brown and gray; trimmed with Ct -p
d iace. Each
1- Collar and Cuff Sets, of lace fn iti rv-,
n and Swiss embroidery. Each... 3
? Main floor, G at.
5 LI mem Table Sets
u For Xmraas Gifts.
3 tlff\RACTICAL and eleganl
Christmas gifts are to be
Qr found in profusion in out
LIU. Linen Department.
We call special attention to out
very complete line of Table Line
ens in sets for Christmas gifts.
The average housewife will be
. pleased with a gift of this kind
r more than most any other vou
j could give her.
Sets consist of one cloth and
~ one dozen napkins to match.
Damask Cloths 2^ yards long
- with 22-inch napkins to match:
good designs.
r $5.5<Q> the set.
5 Better Qualities up to $50.00
the set.
Hemstitched Sets, Si 2.00 tc
. $45.00 the set.
Other pleasing gifts
'are:
Damask Napkins, $1.00, $1.35
j|$i.50, $2.00, $2.50. $3.00. S3.50
e ; $4.00. $5.00 to $30.00 a dozen.
Hemstitched Tea Doilies, $r 75
! $2.50, $3.00 to $10.00 a dozen.
Hemstitched Linen Bureau and
Sideboard Scarfs, 60c to $3.50
| VtAV IB.
Lacc-trimmed Linen Scarfs
Si.50 to $16.50 each.
Set ond floor, Eleventh $t.
1 ?? ???
Hamd=emforoadered
Shirt Waist Patterns.
\ E HAVE imported a
v i( (C |]( veT handsome line
VM/oWs of Hand-embroider1
ed Shirt Waist patr
terns, which 'is now on display,
E Materials consist of the finest and
j sheerest F r e n c h Nainsooks,
f French Batistes, sheer Irish
1 Handkerchief Linens; also Med.um-weight
Irish Linens. Some
E j have dainty hand-embroidered
\ floral designs of roses, marguerites.
etc.. combined with real
'Irish lace; others with handmade
cluny lace. There are alsc
some handsome tailor-made waist
" patterns, with hand tucks, front
and back: the tucks embroidered
" in dainty designs.
These patterns will make
charming Xmas gifts?and each
is neatly boxed, ready fortpres"
| entation.
Main Door, u si. .
The "Ideal"
?? *
Qotihes Hanger.
T^tl PERFECT arrangement
L> I TfO"l I f?r hanging Coats, Jack)JgL^\.^ets.
Skirts, Waists?in
2 fact, the most handy article
yet produced 'in this line.
* They come in sets of four and six
and are fitted into handsome morocco
cases or suede bags. Choice
Xmas gifts.
$1.50. Si.75 and $>.00 a set.
Main floor. G ?t.
- w
jtbcof
FLOOR, Q STREET.
r in Which to Shop.
ristma:
j in everybody's mind. >
the store will demonstra
lat our store forms the ci
les of cars and on the foi
lie quickened pulse of Xr
the throngs who seek X
everish rush and worried
f generosity, not only to tf
be materially lessened i
ss well.
time required,
it and helpful.
Books for C
VERYBODY enjoys posse:
jljiO' isfaction to the giver to k
not to be spent for some fr:
friends to the recipient for
Special attention is called to <
holiday gifts, comprising the larges
ever shown in this city.
Every department of literatun
the most pretentious and elaborate
presses of the world, here finds a pi;
If we filled a page with titles
books for gifts we shouldn't nearly
splendid collection.
And space forbids ever, that?
; attractive editions, many of them
( days, and nearly all of them sold for
for all ages and both sexes.
?
; New Xrnas Books.
m FULLBACK AFLO AT.
by A. T. Dudley; another
of the now-famous
LhHesPS.EXe.!'.Cr.?1-00
MAD A X T II O X Y'S
YOUNG SCOUT, by Everett
T. Tomllnson; a story of the
winter of 1777-78. and a distinct
contribution to the stories of
the American Revolution... *r ' J
THE JIMPT STORIES, by H.
. G. Parsons; a good book for <gj qq
1 girls ^
IX WEST POINT GRAY, by
Florence K. Russell: a story Cj jr
of plebe and yearling v
PEGGY OWEN, by Lucy F. Madison;
a story for girls, laid oT ^
in colonial times
A BOOK OF SWEETHEARTS,
the most gorgeous gift book ever
published: illustrated hy Christy.
Fisher. Grefe. Underwood. C-? qq
| Ralph and Cootes *"*
. WILLIAM J. LOCKE'S COM1
PLBTE WORKS, in 10 ?ri -Q
volumes.....
I THE M,\SCOT OF SWEET
BRIAR GULCH, by Henry Wallace
Phillips; pictures in color by gjjCootes
" 3
' THE COUNTESS DIANE, by
' Henry C. Rowland. One of the
brightest, liveliest, best written
stories of iove and adventure written
in a long time: illus- $i,oo
trated by Rae
' MAJOKIE DAW. by Thomas
Aldrich?his masterpiece; ilIustrated
by Clay v
1 A DREAM OF FAIR WOMEN,
by Harrison Fisher. A series of
supeib drawings in color, each por>
traying in Mr. Fisher's most
brilliant manner some lovely C-> 1
women ~r "r~ |
f '
CMlldren's Books.
USTER S AND MARY
^ KTV JANE'S PAINTING
! {Jf^V ROOK; brimful of pic.
ill \) tures, some in color,
Qothers in outline Cyy
for painting
THE CHILD'S?
' CHRISTMAS TEXT, by Evelyn
Sharp; pictures by Charles e, ^
H. Robinson ipl.w
THE HAPPYCHAPS. by Carolyn
Wells; a book full of Brownies and
other happy chaps; inlmi- <CT
table rhymes u
THE BOOK OF THE LITTLE
PAST, by J. R. Peabody. with il
lustrations in color by Eliza- cf ->r\
t beth Shippen Green
KING TIME, by P. K. Fitzhugh;
a charming but fanciful story of
"where the hours go" when they
pass away; over 100 illus- c
trations 2}>I.OO
MAC?HIS BOOK; the story of a
i Scotch terrier, by Florence Leigh,
L beautifully printed on sepia(
tinted pages v* * -15
I
; Fiction.
M' NNE OF GRBEN
GABLES, by L. M.
Montgomery. In this
work yotl will tind the
o r?.l moet ??/?! _
j ucaivoi aiiu i iiv^t iiivi ?
{ ing and delightful child
' ; since the im|
mortal Alice; 11- <?r T>.
lustrated v1*1^
THE ENCHANTED HAT. by
[ Harold MacGratli; uniform with
"The Best Man." Plot of purely
MacOrathian type created in the
charming manner peculiar to the
facile pen of the author; e. ..
1 eight pictures in color v1*,D
LEWIS RAND, by Mary Johnston;
one of the strongest works
of fiction that has seen the light of
day in America; illustrated o, ..
in color v*'*0
1 THE BIG FELLOW, by Frederick
Palmer. Some time or unI
other, eventually every one will
.j read this tine American Te
novel; illustrated v'-'D
THE VIRGIN IN JFDG^ENT,
by Eden Plilllpott. There Is a noule
simplicity in this story
which gives It the highest c, r;
distinction 3
A LITTLE BROTHER OF THE
RICH, by Joseph Medill Patterson.
One of the big novels of the year.
It tells the truth about the o.
idle rich
MISS FALLOFIELDS FORTL'N'E.
by Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler.
Two love stories that are very
skillfully compared and cjr IC
c-ontrasted; illustrated * J
.1 ii ?? ?m l i mmmmrn
oodward & Lothrog
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iVe have made extraite.
snter of the shopping
urth by a busy street
nas shopping throbs
mas cheer for others
I haste, we advise an
10 hoavof urlko n o
IV UVUI VI 9 11U WUl I 1VO
if all shoppers would
Christmas.
ssing good books; and it is a satnow
that the money invested is
ivolous gift. Books will be good
lifetime.
:>ur splendid stock of books for
t and most complete assortment
from the humblest booklet to
volumes of the most sumptuous
ace.
; of interesting and appropriate ]
exhaust the possibilities of this ,
1
so here is a handful of hints of ]
especially intended for the holi- J
less than published price. Books ,
i
<
?ll? ft -? * 4
Miscellaneous Books.
mN ALABAMA STU- !
DENT AND OTHER
BIOGRAPHICAL ES- 1
SAYS, by William Os- 1
ler. M?D., F.R.S. Es- <
says that deal with as- 1
pects of . the life of
physicians in the United er '
States pl.OO
THE SHAKESPEARE APOCRYPHIA,
a collection of fourteen
plays which have been ascribed to
Shakespeare. Edited with introduction.
notes and bibliography by C.
F. Tucker Brooke. B. Litt. ??T
Cloth
Oxford India Paper Bdi- m
tion. cloth
THE LADIES* PAGEANT, by
Edward V. Lucas. An anthology of
the best that has been written of
"The Infinite Variety" of woman,
compiled by the skillful edl- c.
tor of "The Gentlest Art"
TOASTS YOU OUGHT TO
KNOW: a comprehensive selection
of toasts, both old and new. conveniently
arranged and rnr
printed in two colors
WHEN GOOD FELLOWS GET
TOGETHER. An excellent selection
of sentiments expressive of good
fellowship, optimism, uplift and
cheerfulness; printed in two onr.
.colors OUL
THE LURE OF THE CITY, by
David J. Burrell. D.D.. LL.D. A
series of helpful talks aimed at the
young man who is leaving the rural
home to take up life In the <*j qq
A TREASURE OF VERSE FOR
LITTLE CHILDREN, selected by
Madalen G. Edgar. A gift book
whicli should make every child's
eyes sparkle is this "Treasury
of Verse"; beautifully c > r\n
illustrated *V.OO
HOW IT IS DONE. OR VICTORIES
OF THE ENGINEER, by
Arehibald Williams, describing in
a simple language how the great
engineering achievements in all
parts of the world have ~
been accomplished IpI.OO
HOW TT IS MADE, by Archibald
"Williams. In simple language
this volume tells how various machines
and many articles in common
use are manufactured Cj qq
from the raw materials
HOW IT WORKS, by Archibald
Williams: dealing in simple language
with steam, electricity, light,
heat. etc.. and their application to
apparatus in common use. such as
railroad locomotives, telegraph
and telephone and d?T
motor car ipi.oo
1
1
New Novels. 1
VER B KM ER TON'S. by
i^rvV Edward V. Lucas. The i
A \\ \J charm of the book lies in
IVVVJ' -its perfect expression of
an unusual personality,
kindly, full of sympathetic
whimsical!- Tr
tics 1
THE GENTLEMAN, by Alfred c
Oliivant. As a sea story, there has t
been nothing so absoibiug since
Marryat; it is absorbing adventure
told in a style rompa- ?r irable
only to Stevenson's.... - J i
COUSIN CINDERELLA, bv Mrs. i
Everard Cotes. Its charm lies in
the acute observations expressed t
in a quiet vein of humor, which is
forever taking the reader ? r T j
unawares vl,J5 c
HELIANTHU8, by Ouida?her v
last novel. A book that is a cry a
from the heart. It gathers up the ?
emotions of a lifetime, it touches t
the imagination with a sense of ti
Ouida's true nobility of feel- n
ing. tender sympathy and e. r complete
good faith v 1J)
INTERPLAY, by Beatrice Harraden.
Be individual, especially if
you are a woman. It pays?in hap- 1
plness, contentment and power for A
good. This inspiring idea j
pervades Miss Harraden's . ,
stimulating novel *r 3
THE SILVER BUTTERFLY, by
Mrs. Wilson Woodrow. The Silver C
Butterfly is the name of a Wxican V
mine and the sobriquet of a beauti- d
ful New York girl. both of which t<
are wanted by Robert Hayden. and
the Silver Butterfly. Anally, is a I
flt symbol of the eager love plot, the F
elusive mystery and the flashing t<
wit of this altogether fascinating A
story: illustrated .in ?j jr
color ' ' i'
THE DEVIL'S PULPIT, by II. B. ?
Marriott Watson. A Treasure Island ?
kind of story, in which you see B
fighting, treachery, villains of all ?
kinds, a charming maiden to be \
protected, treasure to h? discovered b:
and a man who does the lion's C
share of the hard work and e. -n C
gets his desserts: illustrated. *0
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1EV. ALEXJCEHT DEAD
'astor of the People's Church
Succumbs to Pneumonia.
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ing iul unu i i i inuu un i
Itricken Monday Morning While Attending
Conference. .
ITUDENT OF SOCIAL ETHICS
[n Ministry for More Than Half a
Century and Widely Known
and Loved.
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- - Rev.
Alexander Kent.
Rev. Alexander Kent, pastor of the
People's Chureli of this city, died this
norning at his residence. 2<? T street
lorthwest. His two sons, who are in
Havana. Cuba, have been notified, and
lis daughter, Mrs. Edward Bebb of Molilalia.
is on route to Washington, and
vill arrive tomorrow morning. The time
'or holding the services cannot be decided
until the sons in Cuba can be heard
rrom.
Dr. K-rjit was seriously ill only threa
lays, though ailing for about a week.
sunnay morning ne preucnea as usuai,
ind on Saturday attended to church work.
Monday morning ho attended a confer?nee,
but was taken seriously ill ami re:urned
home. Double penumonia devctfpped,
and the end came this morning.
Though seventy-one years of age. he
tvas well and strong. During the fall he
irjivered a course of sermons on social
progress In the United States and in
other countries, which involved a large
amount of preparation, and are said to
have been exceedingly good.
Student of Social Problems.
For more than twenty years Dr. Kent
had been deeply interested in social problems.
Part of this time he was pastor
of the Church of Our Father of this city,
[Tniversaiist denomination. In 1890 he resigned.
and the following year became
pastor of the undenominational People's
Jhurcii. Recently the seventeenth anniversary
of Ids pastorate and of the foundng
of the church was celebrated.
Or. Kent's work in the ministry comnenced
fifty-two years ago in Iowa. He
ivas born November l'7, 1837. at Truro.
fCova Scotia. He was reared in Nova
Scotia, hut studied in the United States.
Intensely practical and an idealist, he
applied Christianity to the problems or
I he day?ethical, religious, social and political.
For twenty years he has spoken
in these topics. Monday he attended a
onference lor tlie promotion of the initiative
and referendum, at which Gov.
Chamberlain and Senator Owen were
present.
Authority on Co-Operative Subjects.
Several years ago Dr. Kent was cmployed
by the government to investigate
jo-operative communities. His report on
this subject is a standard authority. His
iddresses and sermons have also been
ividely published.
Thirty years ago he married Miss Carrie
E. Gove of this city, who was U rn
* * s ? ** * * ? -???.i-1-? 5 'l'ortnl ho?
inu reared 111 .>t'? naini"?iii<.. ,
ihey have been powerful factors in the:
progressive life at the National capital.
During 1*H0 Dr. Kent was state mls-ioniry
for the Universalist Church in M niiesota.
Then for cig'iit years he was located
at Baltimore.
Commenting on Dr. Kent's death,
3eorgo H. Shibley. a member of his
ihurch. said:
"A strong and lovable man has been
laken from our midst. For more than half
i century he has helped to make our nation's
history. Strong of faith in the
nora! nature of the universe and in our
-ountry's future, he gave (himself luspirIngly
to social service. His church m
this city and the world at large has sutfered
a great loss."
UNCLE SAM AND THE FILIPINOS
rudge Norris Says Mission Is to Establish
a Republic.
America's mission in the Philippines is
o establish a republic, declared Judge W.
r. Norris, former Judge of an American
ourt in the islands, in an address at
he Y. M. C. A. building last evening. He
naintained that the acquisition of the
Philippines by the I'nited States was one
>f the greatest blows ever struck against
mperlalism.
"We are in the Pliilipines to carry out
lie American idea," said the speaker.
"The purpose of the United States is to
ilant republics among the Malays and
>ther dark-skinned races. They say now
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imong the Malays. Well, we will try
ind try and try. and if we du fail it will
>e tlte first time the American pevtple
lave ever failed in an attempt to uplift
nun kind."
Hotel Arrivals.
Raleigh?John Galvin. Cincinnati; K. A.
"avion and Mrs. Taylor. Richmond. X'.i.;
Yilliam Davidson, Chicago; Ialgar
fridges. New York; Douglas Piituatn.
tsliland. Ky.
New Willard?\V. 11 Can*. Kingston. S
; C. P. Taylor. Hartford, Conn.; Walter
X*. Price, New York; C. K. Coots. iuiannpolis.
Ind.; H. C. Prince, XX'llniitig*
in. X. C.; II. N. ltrown. Atlanta. Uh
Arlington?Alton B. Parker. New \>.;k;
I. P. Krai). Chicago: R. A. Heftool.
luffafo. N. Y.: George M. Verity. Middl >n.
Ohio; R. James, Rochester. N Y.; J.
.. Inslee. New York.
Not mandie?Geoige M. Howell. Boston,
[ass ; Howard S. Harrington and Air*,
[ariington. New York; J. T. Fail-bank,
lew York; XV. K. Richardson and Mis.
lie hardson. Virgini%; J. C. Turk. New
ork; C*. K. Woods. Pittsburg. Pa.; W. It.
t'oodford. Pittsburg. Pn.; XV. R Slier*
urne, Boston; Plato Collins, Kingston. N.
.; II. D. Harper. Kingston. N. C.; Rob rt
. New, Baltimore. Md.
A Sinker.
roni tb?- New Yiirli Tribune.
Maybe the Yankee has an ambition |g
how what she can do as a submariua.
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