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THE EVENING TUIES, WASHINGTON. TflTOSDA APEIL 5. WOO.
LANSBQRGH & BRO.
Washington's Favorite Store
Some Special Offerings
in our
Third floor.
Boys' Percale, Outing, aud Chev
iot Shirt Waists. Sizes 4 to 14
years,
1 0 cents.
Remnants of Light and Dark
Figured Lawn, 10 and i24c quali
ties, 3c a yard.
Remnants of Fine Figured Lawn
and Batiste, i2c and 15c quali
ties, 5c a yard.
Grey Striped Woven Duck
Glen's Xegligee Shirts,
18c. or 3 for 50c.
Men's Blue Deirm Overalls,
24 cents.
Percale Remnants, ioc qualities,
5c a yard.
Percale Remnants, i2-c quali
ties, 7c a yard.
Cashmere Remnants in opera
shades in cream, light blue, pearl,
,nHc green, and buff, 25c and 35c
quality to close,
1 2c a yard.
15 dozen Plaid Doylies, to close,
at
20c dozen.
25 dozen Hone3' Combed Towels,
16x36 size,
40c per dozen.
Shelf Oilcloth,
3c a yard.
Lansburgh& Bro
420 to 426 Seventh Street.
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They thrive on it and grow plump J.
aad rosy. If your baby is in need y
of a carriage get it here and pay for V
it as you can and hae the money X
weekly or monthly We ate making J.
a special offer in carriages this -j-
week at $10 and $12 and oa V
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Beautifully woven rattan and wil
low bodies haudbome lace-covered
satin parasols rubber tires patent
wheel brakes and parasol holders.
Hundreds of other carriages and go
carts at all prices. We tack all
mattings down free and you arc
charged only with the actual num
lir of jards required to'cover your
Moor.
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Mammoth
Credit
House,
Ul. W. til m 1th St. N. W.,
Bet. H and I Sts.
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Cflirr TInkr- t'prtclita at All Trice.
PIAUS roll HK.VT.
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
I2C9 Pa. Ae. N. W.
RING UP 'PHONE 772 for
' All Kinds
Sewing
Machine
Repairing,
' Renting.
i 1 Oc a Day.
C. AUEBACH, 7 & H.
Try our new JJivyclo I'all
I Jen riii k "Donioscir." Silent as
flieTiek of a jii1i.
p5-CiVl If
f(NABE
Pianos
j nmir-JTH
I iixth: Tuirru:
I Ytty Irt Ht o! trfli madr. $4. 1 Varat
J prfd tr, J &, (.!1 li. 'ng, Tic up. Teh
rxtrii (-J wnliou' in ' 1'cniraibfr, n
I DR. PATTX'X. Dentist. 1213 Twelfth St.
ar-T j
MORTH POLE
W REFRIGERATORS-
worth ff"7 O
H-or . . 3 1. HO
HAINES WASHINGTON STORE,
Cor-cr IV f Ac .'iS' St se.
The Popular Slore.
;W fk GREAT
Each sueerssive Uirgnin l-'riihiy we make sirtMiuous ifl'orts
to eclipse in vtiluo giving its predecessor. Our oilers for toiiior
l'ow are iiirtifiihu-Iy enticing because unusual pickings from our
Opening merchandise are placed with regular stock, affording a
liner selection and a grander aggregation from all depart niciiis.
The usual privilege of
Charging: Your Purchases
will prevail, affording everybody a rare chance to ''dress up"
slvlishlv and handsomely for Easier.
' S
Dry Goods Specials.
f.,000 yards New Dimity, fast
IOC
colors, in all the new fctripes
and figures. Worth 15c a yard
Dotted Swiss, in pink lav
ender or black. Hegular price
25e yard..,
White I. K.. in small and
large figures aud lace stripe.
Worth 40c yard
15C
Simpson's well-known Ten
ESIfiCi
yard. U
lard, in an endless assortme
of i-aiterns. Worth 23c a yard
Dress Goods Department.
Halrette. for skirt stiffening, much
better than canvas and an - a
U
excellent suuaiume lor
haircloth. Worth 20c a yard..
lilaolc Henriettas, all wool.
SS invhes wide. Iteqular C9e
quality
49C
Hosiery.
ljUet" fust black seamless Hose,
in Ucc awi drop-btitrh ef- Q 1 P
feot. Regular rice 19c I VL
pair -
Boys hev derby ribbed
black Hcse. double knees, heel,
ami toe. 11 bizes. Original
price. 23c
5C
Ladies' Underwear.
Ladie" Swiss jersey ribbed Vests.
lace trimmed around neck and
arm. Tape draw&tring. Worth
:8C
l?c
ladies' silkalUlc ribbed Vests.
Silk croeketed around neck
25C
and arm: silk tape drawstring.
Wc r 1 h 31'c
Toilet Paper.
qualiiy K(, j
1 arge roil
"Kiiei I'ar'tr
of gjod
Worth 10c
We Purchased 1,,
Worth S3.50 and $4.59.
A lncky scoop. Our buyer while in
Xew York purchased from Messrs. Wolf,
Solotor & Co. , 724 Broadway, over 1,500
Boys' Suits, ranging in sizei from S to 1 5
years. The lot includes fine Cas.simeres,
Worsteds aud Cheviots, in p'.a;n stripe.
check and stripe effects. The suits are well made and guaranteed
for wear. Worth ever' bit of S3-50 and 54.50.
Children's Suits.
A large variety of children's Vestic
Suit's, in brexn and mixed cheviots;
neaiiv braided and fancy
vests aad large pesrl but
$1.19
ton ages 4 to U years.
Worth S2.50
Boys' Golf Caps.
In plain blue serge, fancy
worsteds, and cassimere cloths.
Worth 4'c
23C
asnuel Friecfland
4 1 6Se ve n t
Tee THEATRICAL TE0ST3!
I
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If l'vn
KClllCi
i011 vV Zimmerman to
From the Syndicate.
Will Opprnlc si" Iudicinlii l.tnv of
Pl:i lumsfv Triulili 11ns Ilron
SM'ntel lr Sniuv 'rime A IJ-nl In
I'll tNlmra "Will Attiiiiri Oilier
Properties in "e ork If Posnllile.
NEW YORK. April .V -The theatrical
indicate." which controls an enormous
business throughout the United States,
and is composed of Messrs. AI Hayman, J
Charles Frohiuan, and Kiaw & Erlnnger, j 'Yes. it i? true." he s-uid. "Our part
of New York, and Nixon & Zimmerman, j nership epires after next season by limi-
of Philadelphia in to be dissolved by Mm- , 'a.t.i,"11 .. .
1 ... , ,., Will another one succeed it?"
itation and immediately re-formed with- I ..yCSs."
out Ni.on & Zimmerman. The partnership the present partners?"
has one setiaoN yet to run. and its termsU "No: all the present partners except
will be lived tap to until the time limit of j N" ',??" SU',"T,".,an . ' . ...
..-.- J.. ....r. .,. x-... l PHILADELPHIA, April J.-Neither Mr.
...,-., m.i ...r..,. ...., v.. .... ,
mrmuors 01 tne arm ana uietr pnuauei- . iasr nlRiu and np one m tneir cu,pioy ttas
phia piter will not be associated This willing to speak of the reported disrup
hu been absolutely decided upon, and "on or the theatrical syndicate. It is
k.iAi...r it,. ,.-,a r, ,i. ..: known, however, that Nixon & Zimmer-
uiti..r m. nMx-n u-i..'. ', c: i
lancer would speak today. For four years j
The sradleate" has held- together, and
h.le crtalu pecllar occurrences within
the Um vear have set the tongue of gossip
wagging aad ran bed whispers in Inner thc-
j atriral circles that all was not, as serene
between the Philadelphia and New Yoik
.Tartners m was professed, nothing look-
! ;oI Letter From Ilriubt Girl.
!i-s tiJ . Roru', Liow, A'. Y., writes:
) -J jhi -;.iiEtiilnT of Oic Deroocrjlic Vrcta olliw,
4 i " ok-iI piwiiion havo frcqarntlj ipjiI
I HO"f f lc adverti-cinents of ClwniticiUJn's
I toftiti l!cri"- I kaT necrlecn troublpd with n
,td until tin wiirtr. nd, like many otlirr fool- !
i-'i pcop'c wit lo iTtc doctor intpad of to the
!nig -tore. A- inay liavc ccn by UicrpapcH,
c lmi-r bad r fr hwil fiiovstfrtn. In guinc to tlic
(..tint c oilr nioruhig 1 caali( t-cid, nd as a
ruU liad a t inblc cougli. 11i- lime. mti-jil
ol romir to tin doctor, I wrm to the dniir ftoic
i atd pimhiipfd a bottle of ChanibfrlainV Cough
ItrtntfK, -ih4i. witlioiit Hit fclichto.-l cxargcra
ti..n. Cid mc ntore good thai; all the medicine
I luc ever used for the EamcDumor. for in 1p
liiau turrc ua -
- my cough liad ctitiitk disjim-ir-
ed. ' For mIp by Hcmj Lvans. wlnlt'ali and re
u.i, and nil draughts.
The Safest Place to Purchase.
ANOTHER
Ladies' Handkerchiefs.
A large assortment of patterns in
ladies' Sheer Swiss Handkerchiefs.
very prettily trimmed in - i"
IU
insertion ar.u al. lace,
that bold for"2oc. Choice.
Veilings.
Your choice of any ' pleco
of Veiling, in plain or fancy
dotted nets, that sold for 2Jc
to 30c yard
Bcdwear.
Pillow CaFes. made of goad r
lality cotton. Hand torn and 4,
onel. Sizes 43x3G. Worth 12 l-L'c..
qu
ironel
Holster
Roister Cases: size 42x72; OQ1
ide of the well-known "De- ,
tulcr" cotton. Worth 31c...."'-'
inai
fender'
Sheets double-bed size. 2 1-1 yards
wide and 2 yards long; made
of good quality cotton, hand
torn and ironed. Worth 58c.
Stationery.
I?c 21 sheets paper and 21 en- rx"
velopes to match: nicely put up T
in a bo Worth 15c v
Men's Furnishings.
Men's Night Shirts, made of h?ay
muslin, embroidered fronts: anp
m
extra length- in sizes from 12
'
to IS. Worth C2c for..
Men's silk bow and string ties,
in light and dark shades.
Worth 23c for
Men's 10c hemstitched Hand- Q p
kerchiefs; plain, white and co ""TL
.32'
ored borders
Mtn's Ci)c inrdium-t.cight
I'nderwear. in golden
hadt.- gloe fiti'ng, s
ithe.l
brown aop
Ik tin- jj).
CHILDREN'S
DEPARTMENT.
to jjo for
Boys' Knee Pants.
In black and blue cheviots stripe3
ami fancy mixtures. Made
9c
sre
with patent waistband. Ages
" to lfi yoars. Worth 75c for.
Hoys Knee Pants, made of a grej
mixture material. Si.es S
b 14 ears. One rair to a
customer. Worth 31'c
w
Boys' Shirt Waists.
BIouc style with large ruffled sailor
collar. In neat stripe and fig
29C
ured patterns. Sizes 3 to
years. Worth 39c for
h S t ree t 4 1 6
ration was definitely known,
ixon & Zimmerman, however.
ew York and bid quietly for
Daly's Theatre, and it was taken almost
from their very hands bought by Charles
rronman s,ml Passed to his brother. Dan-
icl it did not rennirn n vow l-on' nnoi.
to scent trouble in the wind, or, at least,
difference between partners. Nixon &
Zimmerman are taking time by the fore
lock and arc endeavoring to get theatres
in New York and other cities against the
lime when they will not be members of
the new syndicate.
This rule was emphasized today- when
the Philadelphia managers announced the
purchase of the lvin Theatre, in Pitts
burg, and that they had in view the pur
chase of several other prominent the
atrical properties in other cities. "
Mr. Al Hayman, the head of the theat
rical partnership, was asked today the
point blank question whether the report
j from Philadelphia as to dissolution was
nol .rtle9
xironnorMr. Zimmerman was in the citv4
m!" ar? after theatres in several other
cities and that a member of the firm is
new in Boston with this object in view.
T1.A Innnl .. -. .. n ., .1 a. . I . -. H .1 .- 1.
,'"' 1 "B"C S .T "" L'"?"
I ....v.... .v.,. .., vui. ..i iiii.1 .-5, ,iiiu tll(
mort assuredly be found in control of
formidable chain of theatres when the split
occurs.
COULD NOT SPEAK ENGLISH.
A Pcinisj Ivanin Constable Knows
Only the Polish TotiKtie.
WILKE5BARRE. Pa.. April 5. A Pol-
j ish constrmie of Nanticoke came into court
yesterday to make his return accordivr to
law, but his kuon ledge of the English
language was so poor that the court vas
uiniuii; iu CTjiiiiiruueuU mm,
"Did you find any violations of the linuor
laws in your district?" asked the judge.
The witness answered with a smile and
a shrug, tuid the court was forced to say:
"Well, if the people of that section choose
tn eiecl sucn a ma as a constable they
will have to take the consequences."' aud
he permitted the return to bo filed.
500 B
oys Suits,
& LOoa
ipThe
Daintiest
I
to serve with tea, choc
olate, coffee, bouillon; a
light, crisp, biscuit.whole
some and nutritious.
KENNEDY'S
can be served and relished
with anything front soup to
cheese, from salad to sardines.
Made with scrupulous care in
the cleanest of bakeries.
Sold everywhere in aled
boxes oulv. Nescr 111 bult.
At all grocers
NATIONAL BISCUIT CO.,
Washington, D. C.
bemmnn
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss Florence Webster gave a reading
this afternoon in the Pavilion of the Blind
at the Congressional Library.
Lieutenant Commander James C. Gill
more was entertained !at dinner last night
at the Army and Navy Club by his ship
mates in the N;itj- aud his clasmutes at
Annapolis, the occasion being in celebra
tion of his :ctui,n from the Philippines
Covers were laid for thirty-one. Impromptu
oratory was ushered in with the coffee and
cigars
Mn J. Doraan Steele gave a small din
ner and theatre party1 last night in honor
of the Couutcss de LIchtcrvelde. The com
panv included the Mini&ter from Switzer
land and Mrs. Pioda. Mrs. David J. Hill,
and the Minister from Belgium, Count
Lithtervclde.
Mrs Dais will receive this afternoon
from 3 to 6 o'clock.
Imitations are out for the marriage of
Miss Lsther Hill Heiskell. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Lee Heiskell. to Mr. Ed
ward Sefton. The ceremony will occur at
St. Paul's Catholic Church al 11 o'clock on
the morning of April IS.
The reception hekl ye-terday afternoon
from .1 to G o'clock by the ladies of the
1 Picne C.tilld at the Fcui'dling Hospital
, was. as if&ual on all previous like occa
1 sions, a distinct success. The lajge nurc-
hers of callers, among whom were rcar.y
ladies prominent in otlicial and social life,
were received by Mrs. W. H. Bayly, Mis.
J. C. Pcirine. Mrs. G. K. Emmons, and
Mis. W H Hoeke. Spring blossoms and
daintili tapped lights ornamented the re
freshment and fancy tables in the large
room on the second ilocr, and throughout
the beautifully appointed nursery and in
the lower rooms were lo'.ely white-robed
baliics. wiio were "at home" to callers in
their dainty cribs or the arms of pic
turesque nurses. The committee of ladies
iii charge of the afternoon's entertainment
were Mrs. G. F. Welch. Mrs. J J. Light
foot. Mr?. F. W. Pilling. Mrs. W. A. Jones,
Mrs. O. G. Staples. Mr.. 11. A. Hall. Mrs.
A. B. Bro. vn e. Mrs. F. 11. Warren. Mis.
Frank Browne. Mrs. J. B. Church. Mr?. M.
V Lauter. Mrs. J. V. Barross. Mrs. G. De
Witl. Mr-. C. C. Bassett. Mis. L. B. Piatt,
Mrs. E. R. Wallace. Mrs. V. Thompson.
Mrs. S. 1. Kimball, Mrs. S. R. Bond, and
Mrs. R. W. Havnes.
The marriage of Mr. William Pinkney
W'hytc. grandson of former Covernor Wil
liam Pinkney Whyte. of Maryland, and Mias
Camilla Hammond Herbert, of Baltimore,
occurred in that city last night. Owing
j:o the recent death of Lieut. Mark Alex
ander Herbert, of the Fifth Maryland
Regiment, brother of the bride, the cere
mony was performed at home, and was
witnessed by only the members of both
families. The groom is the private sec
retary to Representative James W. Denny,
of Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Horn, who have
been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Laura
M. Nest, 70 Massachusetts Avenue north
west, will leave for their home in Sail
Francisco tomorrow.
A Historic Cim.
One of the 9-inch columbiads. a Rodman
gun. with which Major Anderson defended
Fort Sumter in April. 1SG1. is now being
mounted in front of the War Department.
Its weight is about 2.000 pounds. After
the Confederates captured Fort Sumter,
they shrunk a wrought iron band on this
gun to strengthen it, and then they rifled
it. It was one of the very first rifled
cannon used in the.civii war, and it is said
to have done great execution. The heavy
band on the breech gives the gun great
ponderance, making It difficult to work,
even with the very best carriage. The
present Secretary, of War has had a num
ber of captured guns, of Revolutionary, of
1S12, of Mexican, aud civil war and Span
ish war fame, brought to Washington.
These he will use in ornamenting the
parking about the War Department. Some
of these guns ar? works of art. Some of
the most beautiful designs and exquisite
workmanship aie In these old Spanish
guns.
When people drink beer they e.pcet the host
that cm he brewed of malt and hops tit he Sened
them. Tliis- is one reason why Ilcirich's "Jaer
7.cii, Senate, and ljger are so popular. The peo
ple drink llciirich's lci'Btic thej know they are
pure and wholesome. For a cae 'phone C31,
Xrlington Hottlirg Co.
Digested food
makes rich
blood ferment
ed food pro
duces p o i s on,
and from this
springs C O N
STIP A T I O X
DYSPE P S I A,
and LIVER
TROUBLE. The
Bitters will help
to digest your
food, and thu3
create healthy,
active blood.
It's an excellent
spring ton'-
Long
Branch
Bisoiiif
ffkmrawi
$ CELEBRATED
&.,, STOMACH &
RESTORED BY HER FAITH
The Assertion of a Long Bedrid
den Sufferer.
nier. She Dcelarex, IlrouRht Buck
to Her tlie 1'ovter to AVullv "Without
Axtltttittiee Her Obedience to a
1'otver Coin inn ml i UK" Her to KImc.
31 Ish Annie I'jtseoe'.s Strange C'lc.
MIDDLETOWN. N. Y., April o A most
remarkable case of healing by faith and
prayer is reported from Highland Falls.
The truth of the story is vouched for by
residents of this city who are familiar with
the case. It Is declared that Miss Annie
Pascoe, who 'had been unable to walk a
step unassisted for more than five years,
has suddenly recovered the use of her
limbs.
Miss Pascoe asserts that upon a recent
morning a peculiar sensation came over
her, as if Heaven had opened before her,
and she says she distinctly heard a voice
commanding her tc rise and walk. She
hesitated, and a second command came.
She then arose and walked two or three
times across the room, with no assistance
whatever save her implcit faith in the Al
mighty. She was alone at the time, and.
walking out into the hallway, called to
some members cf the family. Seeing her
standing alone and able to walk, they
stood appi'ed.
The ouug woman says it had been her
constant prayer to be able to walk, and
she had faith that her prayer would be
answered. She has had a trained nurse
attending her for two years. The nurse,
with four physicians, agreed the case was
a hopeless one.
Miss Pascoe's alleged recovery aston
ishes the physicians who have been at
tending her and all who were acquainted
with her previous to her illness. Somo
are inclined to scoff at the idea of th
cure, having bpen performed in answer to
prayer, but even the most skeptical are
unable to account for her changed con
dition on the ground of natural causes.
The young woman relate her remarkable
experience with tears of gratitude cours
ing down her cheeks, and declares that
to God and God alone is due the praise for
her cure.
Some persons, however, shake their
heads and declare the cure is more imag
inary than real, and fear it will not be
long ere the girl's lameness returns. Miss
Paccoe, it is said, is gaining strength ev
ery day and hopes to be out soon.
CHILD BURNED TO DEATH.
Terrible Kate of a I.lttle Oirl at AVil
iiiiiiKton. liel.
WILMINGTON. Del., April 5. Little
thirteen-) cpr-cld Esteila Venn died jes-
tcrday afternoon at the Delaware Hospital
from terrible burns sustained that morn-
Ing.
Estelia lived with her mother and mar-
ried sinUr. When her mother was out
Eitella was left in the kitchen while her
sister was engaged on the second floor.
Suddenly the latter heard her little sis-
tcr uttering piercing shrieks and calling
upon her:
"Aggie! help me!"
Rushing to the landing she saw Esteila
running up the" stairs one II am In g mass.
How the child's clothing had caught fire is
not known. She was not able to explain
herself.
Mrs. Short, calling to her neighbors for
help in Ihf meanwhile, did all she could
to extinguish the llames and was herself
badly burned while doing so.
AMENDING DIVORCE LAWS.
The Dislriel llornej Opinion on
the II1II llefore the Semite.
The District Commissioners have re
ceived from iheir Attorney an opinion ou
Senate bill 2r3.1. "to rebtrict the grounds
of divorce aud to improve procedure in
the -District of Columbia and the Terri
tories." Attorney Duvall commends the bill, sav
ing that it is a measure vshich, in his
opinion, should be favorably recommended
by the District Commissioners. He stafn
that divorce from the bond cf marriage ?
the District is regulated by section 73$
of the Revised Statutes, which proides
seven grounds for divorce. Divorce from
bed and board, the Attorney further says
is regulated by section 739 of the Revise 1
Statutes, which provides two grounds for
divorce.
The Attorney then goes on to say tha'
the proposed bill is to amend sec
tion 739 by authorizing divorce from the
marriage bond only when one of the par
ties has committed adultery during tns
marriage. It further provider, according
to the Attorney, that the marriage con
tract may be declared void in those cases
v. herein section 738 authorizes a divorce
from the marriage bond, namely, habitm.
drunkenness for a period of three y&m
cruel treatment, endangering life or
health: willful desertion and abandonment
for two years. The proposed bill also
piovides that legal separation from bed
and board may be granted for drunken
ness, cruelty, and desertion.
The Attorney, after this statement, gives
his opinion that the divorce law of the
District should be amended on the ground
that the dissolution of the marriage cos
tract is entirely too easy under existing
law and procedure. He, therefore, com
mends the bill and urges that its pasjaga
be recommended to Congress.
VlthiIrmuiI .Vciv Tot-U mill Klorliln
Iiimltc-il.
Tlic Solithrrn Hjilwar anr.mmrc that it iil
willulrau it-. New York ami I'lcridj I.imitnl tor
the oason, Ut train outliliounil leaving Well
ington April 7, 1!00; Ijt tram nortlilKJund ar
lirins V.j!nrmtn, April 11, 1W).
PUNFS CELEBY COMPOUID
KRETOL TREATjMENT...
...CURES CATARRH
rErtMAN'CXTLY AND POSITIVELT.
KRETOL CHEMICAL CO.,
1221 F STrtEET XORTUWEST.
?3-tf
Roofers, Builders,
Pavers, Painters, Etc.-
Iloofinp Papers, Buildins Pjpcre, Itocflns Pitch,
Paving Pitcliri.
Coal (or pis) Tar. Oils of Coal Tar, Asphalt.
,lap.in Mli-k jrnih at 25c and 30c per ganon.
Creosote, Oil, Disinfectant, Germicide, Deodor
ant, at 13c per jrallon.
Slag for ItooQng, Nails, Tin Caps, etc., etc
E, B. WARREN & CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesalers-
Corner 27th and II SU. N.Yr.
apl-7t (Telephone No. 2256.)
OIL HEATING STOVES
f.t Rctfuced Prices
$4.50, now $3.90
$2.90, now $2.68.
Tic best make Satisfactory result.
GAS STOVES,
$2.W,$1.83. 51.H. $.03.
1204 Q.
616 12th
pttSs For PREIVilUr STAMPS
IJTNa'S PALACE,
S12-S14 7lL'i. 715 jlur'ket Space.
What You Most
Need in Spring
.s complete renovation of every part of your system
by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. This is the one and
only Spring Medicine which sweeps away winter's
debris just as spring showers cleanse and purify the
earth; makes the corrupt blood fresh, bright and,
lively, radically and constitutionally cures catarrh,
invigorates the kidneys and liver, creates a good
appetite, braces up the stomach, and in short gives
new bra:n, nerve, mental and digestive strength.
HOOD'S Sarsaparilla
Possesses (he peculiar qualities peculiar to itself which ac
complish these good things for all who taker it. An unlimited
list of wonderful cures proves it merit. Get a bottle TODAY.
.Ml Glove fitted to the luinil .
ami Kept in repair for one jear J,
Cloves for
Easter.
iS'ewt-st st vies, sill the VJ
sniiinx shades, in kids and
suedes, for Indirs, misses. T
ana men $t up
Von luij ilireet from
nuiiiiifnetiirer. when jou
with n-. therefore nine
JobherN prolH.
Cluw. eleimeil l. our
Freneh oilorleiH proee.
order n eeialtj.
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i Louvre GSove Co
X New Store, 931 F Street, x
?VHH-xHxx--::x-:i
Piano
Sale
Extraordinary.
DROOP'S MUSIC HOUSE,
P23 Penna Are.
StuTiv-.il aud Otner Pianos.
n
MGMi
Talcum
Powder,
3c.
HE
2C SlZC
: for :Sk-
FEAR'S
Talcum
Powder,
25c size
7c,
John W. Jennings,
'k ard Hc'jil Dnssat3,
1H2 Conn. Ave.
Scientific
Brcadmnkinir.
How Wc Make
Corby's
"Mother's
Bread,"
It u irrmersoly Tr.portart to our hm'
ami that i.t i . nr t'l.-'n-r T re- fcct
vrhich lO&Uir ttif Urm.t in-nt
glntm the mo-: nntriti- u-. ;-irtur. f the
grain.
We rif!ip the gluten h CMtr rnoJern
metrHMl o raiMos. It's ih unlr ftfw's
cibtinins: MKh r-u!t We a-r Hour rich
In slutinoiw prnpertir. T1it'- llw iar
COItB "S "MOTIIKI." I:IIKAI" tfinUiru
0 per crnt more plutfn tl ar. -ihir brra.
Ycur gr't'r iclU it -iefis -uti-titule.
Corby's
Modern Bakery,
2335 Brightwood Ave.
rmkinc.
S ltu flu.?.
and all
kind) of
fine stitch-
inR. Sen
ing Macliincs repaired and warranted, $1.00.
At OPPENJiEiffl'S, 5149th St. N. W.
TEETH WITHODr PLATES
An Crowns and Bridp;ewori.
We arc thorougblj- experienced in
this lino abo, and nill pive onr
patients tb- full result ol satUtic
tion, comfort, and fit. Teeth and
caps, $3 to ?5.
TIL2 EVAN'S DEXTAL PARLORS,
Estsblisbed ISoO. 1300 F Street X. IT.
Dra:ich Odicc. 307 7th Street X. W.
For Mount Vernon,
Alexandria, and Arlington.
Electric trains station 13 st. and Pa. are. For
Mt. Vernon every hour, from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
For Alexandria and Arlington -See schedule.
ROC.VD TRIP to Mt. Vernon, 50c. Houad trip
to Alexandria, "'ic. Round trip to Arlington, 20c.
Round trip -.0 3H. Vernon, including Arlington
and Alexandrij, tOc.
AVush., Alexandria & 3It. Vernon Itj-.
t
X
the y
ileal X
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neir .. t ;,
AMLSEJIEVrs.
!
NEW GRAND
THE
KAVORITB
THEATRE.
1 $tar.din K.m imly Every .Vi;ht.
1 FIVE-STAR BILL THIS WEEK.
I 1IEADED BV MR. AND MRS. EDWIN M1WOX
ROYLE; WUARET, "QLEE.V OF LIGHT." LIT
TLE ELME. -tit px ket edition ot ChMt LfHs,"
i.-1 Sic other Hire. tins: at.
M'KIIU. H!aret will pfMi her woftrfrtl
iil'tM'm. "TV Spirit ot the I lock," tnfetac of
t . , !;
"A KVLElDOSCOt'IC MSiOX.'
DMLY rr j-.vk-s n
and 50
' HAT.. 2.13. I0j. AT 3-15. 1 1
G.
ALL SEATS RESERVED.
NEAT WEEK '-The Girl With the Aotwca flair."
Reserrp jour ejt early is adeanee.
Kernan's,
AFTERXOOX
AND
EVEXIXO.
!
MIACO'S
JOLLY
GRASS WIDOWS.
Xext Wtck Risr Scueatwo DoMe Co.
NOW OPF.N.
flTCVTU ivvim rrumrTiAv
luniu nnnuAL cAniDi-i ivn
Society of Washington Artists,
at n
lr"j i ,
M IU
G LLERIE,
i A r. ip.
t -T 1-VfcMNCS.
C a-t. Apr. I II.
Kacin?
AT THE
i Bennino: Race Track
Until April 14.
iftii SpringMeetin
-or THE
Washington
; Jockey Club
ON THE FLAT
OVERATHE JUMPS.
First Race at 3:20.
Disreputable characters esctorfed.
RATES OF ADMISSION:
To Grandstand $'. Ladles, 50 C:nt;.
To Faddcsk, 50c Ix'.rs.
SubM-rihir. Member' lUwfce. far the ac its.
inclmtiiiic 1 ladiei' twtdgij tor Sctag aad
fjll Mcvtinr.
Koi ?prir Mtir. utrlwiag 10 U4te' tmtsts,
1". C.nnfcttnd ami P3iok. i
Tlew l'Mis-. Iit Tickets. ad Uoxe mmt k ob
tained at (itmoan's. in Droop. 'rtMm tWl
bpceial lrir. direct to the track, will tai
Sixth street sution jt 2:91, 2.J9, tad :i
p in
Coluv.liwi lUiiwa'- elftnc cars direct te ttaek.
witlmir tr-4ii.sf. trtt two tnraiit?.
BA5EBALL.
Georgcetown University
Cornell University.
TNCNSnAY. AfttlL i.
Ra '!d it :. M. AdMtt4ii 59.
t-t
BASEBALL!
I'rldnj. iril !.
Philadelphia League
Georgetown University.
(.KuRt.EToWN nn l
MK IIH ' -. MiMih'N 2i CTS
I llf 1 IU K
Aromatic
Chri iidrr's i
fliirndxl 'pTinff nrdi
i" KTeria;i ii(at
preeritii- of Mu
lariil Vtn t ani Grippe.
.'.. qt , 30e pt.
i Mcmacn
Bitters.
CH3. XANDER, 903 7M S:nr.
Phone 1125. N hraach avvsej.
Eyeglasses Free
for !0 Days.
It
Our graduate Optician; will msmlae ymir
fjf.'. ami -sell a GO LI) E;c!a Ism tor
P.Vi: DOLLAR, and sr ton n kiHS
alo'ut-ly FiSEK, with moroceo cj, aad
teglas4 chain.
j I This fa a S4 outfit for si.
X Speciacles at same special prices X
!' GERMAN OPTICAL CO., X
ill Seventh Sr N W.
irhJl 1 1
ROYAL Buking Powder.
! Highest of all In leavening
Strength. V.S. Government Report.
ELIXIR BABEK
n,r mre fur Malaria. Chili and Fever. Als
Colds, La. t.np Jveuraisu, etc. At ail dicgsUti.
apS-kfem
I
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