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' J 2" jl WJK . v I RSfBfirW' xrfE mokning times, thttksday, October si, isaa. rTjo-jjjrS 4 A I 4 f f f f t t f f LR!!S'i2ii&SfO $ YOU DON'T WANT TO STAY AWAY TO-DAY. Our third floor will show up more Rem nants and Odds and Ends than at any other time this sea son. The money you will save will prove interesting. 500 yds 44- Bleached Cotton Remnants. Worth GH and 7c yd. For 4c yd A small lot of Light Cray and Brown Sanitary Can ton, an excellent material forsklrtlnarsand underwear. Worth I5cyd. For8cyd 1.500 yds Scotch Plaids. 7-8 yd wide Worth 15c yd. For 9c yd 600 yds Fine White Apron ette. Worth 18c yd. For 9c yd 265 yds Black Passe mentrle. different widths. Worth 50 and 75c yd. For 15c yd 400 yds Black Flerured Mohair, double width. Worth 25c yd. For 15c yd 92 dozen German Huck Towels, 4-4x22, hoavy fin ish. Worth 16c each. - 3 for 25c lO pieces Black Corded Henrietta Cloth, double width. 'Worth 45c yd. For 23c yd Exceptional bargains in Pepperell Pillow Casing and Sheeting1. 5-1, worth rikcjJ. for 9c yd. 7-4, north 1 Se yJ, for 10c yd, 8-4. north 18ejd. for 12JcjJ. r-1. worth 22eJ, for IScyJ. 10-1, north 25c j J, for ITcjd. 25 Kncn 1-oJics Knit SL.Irt, patent clastic finish. Worth 00c For 30c IoJic3 Red Worth 4 1.00. Wool Vests. For4Sc Ladles Red Worth SI. 25, Wool Pants- For 50c Men'. -I!-nool. Worth SI. 50, lied Shirts.. For7Ec Mcn'i Red Worth 1.25, Wool Orancrs. For 70c BOYS' KNEE PANTS RE DUCED. One lot north 25c for 15c. One lot worth n5c foriOc. Ono lot worth 40c foe 28c. One lot worth 05c for 40c. One lot north 75c for 50c. One lot north SI for (10c 50 Woolen Dress Pattcrni, different styles, including lln iPEs. VtorthS2.25, For SI. 60 We will send your pack ages to Brightwood. Brookland, and Alexan dria the same day you 9 J buy them, and make I f tri-weeklv trips to Ta- f koma, 7 i v $&&. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. BO'CSG-C-- -S-S0- S. KAMI, SOUS k GO, 8th & Market Space. Special items 'in liniug' that arc of such excellent values that we cau only offer them for one day at such prices. Oriental Fiber Chumol in black and mturab. I5c 39c 10c Genulno Trench Hair. WnrthCSc Yard wide Fast Black Hustle Tcra tlno s. &Co 8th and Market Space. nOTKLS. HOTEL VTARNER, 470 -it's I'eiiiisyhuuia .ixiuue Dorlh ivcst, near Cth street. Iissincus men's luncb, 12 to 2 o'clock, 23c.: table d'hote dinner. 4 30 to 7-30 p. in., DCc. oc23-2m Kan Sons HIS GRACE IS RETURNING Duke of Marbbrougjk Comes To-day to Visit Sir Julian Pauncafote. Lelter Family Kxifctel Home In a Few Diivo Mr. Hrleo'ri I'lcttiro at New York 1'ortralt Show. Tlie Duke of ir.irlboroucn will arrho lUthis city this aftcrnoooii. accompanied by Ills cousin, lion. lor Guest, and will remain several days. He will lie cnter tainiil at the British embassy, as lie. with Ills cousin, comes as a lUlor to Sir Julian I'duncefote, British ambassador. The Kukc Tvas evlileutly well pIeaM.il with the Capital, and Its Lrautles. and not satisfied nith the clympse he hail of it on Ills fHliur trip to Kcutucky. Washineton Is neer more attractUe than In the fall, the Urlv inc. rlillnir. walkiinr. Iieiuc perfect, and i jil'liemiiiK lu uie jmkusu iue mi jictmi J air ami. exercise moru than at .'inv other J cvasun of the 3 ear. Society, too. Is 111 ' ,.Tf,tlont trim rnrhln Inmi I'tlnu. the nheel- liitt cirls, dtlvluc cirls. and pronieiiaiiiuir cirls. wltli rosvchet'k'i and brlchteif-S.all in cliic attire, liclnir a siclit that will fjirlv make him opine he mav hae been hast limy, alter all lie inarnlnc loo jounc." Various entertainments will be clen in Ills honor, that tie may meet a uuiulier of the People hire. The handsome illnliic room at the embassy, which has recently lwcn hunc with new drdt'eries anil newlv carpeted, the furuIshlinrH haUmr been brouclit from abroad, will doubtless bo the scene of several decant dinners. Sir MncKcnzlc Howell, prime minister of Canada, una-Sir Charles Tunncr. who are miests at die emliassy. nil! lcatc lu the ' course of Hie week. 1 The amliastador has been Inill-noMd for j home d.i, but expects, to be surfhientlv recovered to leave for New York. fcim-m-InT 5lh. to bo prcstnt at the marriace of ' Miss Coniuelo Vanderbilt to the Uuko of j Jlarlbonmcli.i , lie will not represent the nuke s family. as has been stated by manv of the northern papers, but cois as tiruisu aiun.ic.iuur. and personal friend. Lord Wesum.ith and . . O. l-x ti'I'smiii. v.in accompiny BirJulian to New York for the wiiMiiur. TjiiIv P.-intipprnti. ninl the Mlw-s l'annce- f-fote a-p expected here No ember IT. Mr. and Mrs. Leiier and Mioses Nannie and Daisy l.eJier sallid mt Ne York yes terday on the bit f-ti ship Vajtstlrnnd will return 10 their I101110 in l)unt Circle 1m iiU'diOJcly, ,U Ittir arrual. The JIIsms Leiier are excellrnl nhips. hmidllnir tlie ribbons-with Mull anil neer Irok- trimmer nor brighter then when tplnuinp alone the loaCb in, their n,cdh.h EpiiH-r pLaelon, or other or the ui.-'.c-ilate traps the r"s-ss. A Aalual'leconiritmtloii ton Torlralt Miow, should f0Ci"iy here decide lo hold ine. would Ir the Me sire lalnlliiK of Mrs. Ginrsc Naih.'PHl Ciikoii. by CiiKincl. the craix-rul likemtK f Miss Nannie Lelirr by rarolns Durhli: tl-e ham'snnie portrait of Mrs. Leiier bv f'tibanel, all or which lunc on Hie laitbtrlid walls or tte Leitir man sion. MM Alice Utlknap, is one or the cleverest nlicclwmuui In 11 e city. Olid J-.cr ccstume of crey iwied isct.LOlly as Icccdiioj; as It is (-mart. 'fTiiroTTheportralts especlnliy'com I met'ted on byjirt ritlcsof the New York -.. It" L',...... n. lmoi. t-,t lre riilin S. itntr and her daughters, by Carolus Duran. Mr Jules Iioeufve, chancellor or the French legation, who is aLsent from the r Ity 011 IraTP. Is espetted at the tmbabsy November 13. Mrs. rtchluc. of San Fiantlscn. will be 'nmiiiiBthV wealthy sirancers who will winter In Washington. fche will retlde oisQ4 street. Mrs. Qualtrouch has returneil lo the city for the season, having taken apartments at the KichmoiMl. The -flrsUiusiirmal hop of Company D. Lipht InTantry Corp. wilt take place at Its armoryJIils evening. Dancing from 0 till 2 o'clock. Mr'" Hoke Pmlth has returned to the city from Atlanta, and with lier lirlcht children is established In her K street Mr. D. Colin, or Ilurralo. at the Dumbarton. N. Y., Is a guest Mr Herman Ilarc!iiucn, jr., Iiasretunied from a visit to Atlanta. Mr. Louis Cuunin!:ham. fonnerlr of this r FREEl (SATURDAY.) J"-LVE- YEARS AGO Saturday this business firm was born. Our advent then didn't create much stir. Nobody sup L posed we were going- to forge ahead to the front so quickly. We liardl3' hoped to accomplish so much ourselves. But our 1 business has grown so great that we intend to make our fifth birthday memorable. We want to show the public how thankful we are for their patronage. Wc have taken this space to say that this week, to anybody who makes a purchase of Butterinc. No .matter whether one pound is purchased or whether 3-011 buy 100 pounds, the engraving- will be given away just the same. This isn't a cheap, ordinary picture. It is a splendid steel engraving-of a painting-b3' C. Bodcnhausen, the celebrated German painter. It is a reproduction of one of his best paintings perhaps his masterpiece. If 3-ou are not familiar with great painters, ask your artist friends about Bodcnhausen. The3- will tell vou how celebrated he is. The subject of the engraving is "LISTENING TO THE FAIRIES." It depicts a beautiful girl seated near a tree at the edp;e of a woodland. She is listening intently for fairy sounds. Her C3'es show the -intentness of her purpose, and one hand is raised idea of the approach of night. Why We Do It. We are going lo give these engravings away primarily as a matter of gratitude to rhe public. That is the first object we have in view. We do not Intend that our birthday arnUrreary shall be a money making day. The truth is that we expect lo lose something. Last jcar we gave away 3,800 butter knives on our fourth birthday. That one day'; buMnisi .showed a Josv but what or It? The public lias appreciated our efforts lo please them, and the extent of their palroiugo has been so gr.ilirlugvthat we can well afford lo make Saturday, Novem ber 2, a day of relebratlon and 110 profit. We haveJust1ssued a 10-page bouklet that teils all about our pure, sweet but lertne. We wanL ever j body who comes to our birit.day ce'ebratlon to get one of . Ciese booklets Ir you can't ome lo the eebi,r. 1:1 jott ought to have a Lutler in' ' ... tityJiow. We will send a copy bv r o 1 bo request. I t WIL - ctHare Marble and Glass Stands, city, now a resident of Iluff.ilo, N. Y., Is Bloppfng .it the Lohltt lor a few il.iys, ac Lonipauted by his wile and limlhcr. home. Mrs. Bmlth is lookiiis well after her loug absence in the South, and Is most en thusiastic in her praises or Ihe exposition. a Mr. and Mrs. Uunlen Ciijpin will be at home lo irlends i-ridnys during Novtmber at No. 21 10 O strcet'iiorthwcst. A tea and reception at the Children's Hospital will lv held on Saturday afternoon, and that deserving charily will doubtless be accorded liberal patronage. The recep tion committee is coiiiiiosed of the otllccrs or tlie board, Mrs. Kennedy, M111e.de Sibour, St. Mary's Guild, fancy work; Mrs. Hop kins. Mrs. Knuriuanu, St. llary'.s Guild: I lowers. Mrs. ltaiusey. Miss Ullot, Miss Todd: candy, Virginia Dodsou, Memorial Chapier: tea table. Mrs. Mtllmre, Mrs. QIout, Miss BcheucK, Mr). McCauley, Mrs. Audeureld, Mrs. Stienilan, Mrs. Jolinsioue; ice cream. Sirs. Henry, Mrs. Moore; home made cake, Mrs. Gale. The Mue Hell Social Club was organized Monday eening at the home or Hie Misses Adams. No. !)U5 Nliilh street northeast. The orf leers elected were: Mr. tleorge Ardell, president: Mr. JMward Crampton, Mee president: Mr. .1. C. Hdson. secretarv and treasurer. Music was cujojed until ciuile lute by those present. Mioses Adams, Hron-11 SiK'iicer. Schwartz. King. Collins: Messrs. Ardell, Crampton, Schwartz, Miller and l'razeu maileup Hie party. Mlss Annie nstelleCock, daughter of Mr. All red Cock, and Mr. William Spencer Ann strong, son of Dr. V. J. Armstrong, or tills city, were married last evening at 8 o'clock at the Western l'resbytorlaii Church by ltev. Howard Wilbur Hiuiis, its pastor. At tlie entrance ot the church the bridal party separated; the bride, preceded by her six hridismalds Miss Kalliryn Jaquetle, Miss rhwsle HllK Miss Bertie Heicheiibach. Altss Nellie I'riebus, Miss Mamie Arth and JIlfR Mamie Cock, and her ilfaM of honor. Mifs Mattle Cock, passing up the left aisle on the arm of her rather, x.'hlle the groom, attended by U best man. Mr. John Arm strong, and his ushers, Mr. Paris Dreugle. Mr. Will l'reniiss. Mr. Vernon Hodge, Mr. Peyton Gordon. Mr. I'rancla Stephens anil Mr. Will Slarnell, tiacsed up tne right aisle to the chancel where the procession met. The church was prettily decorated with polled palms, mid the nuptial marches were played by Mr. Harry J. Kimball, organist of the church. The bride nas robed in n white satin dnchesse. garlanded with orange blos soms. Her tulle veil was held wllh the same flowers, and ornaments of pearls. Khe carried lirldu roses, titd with a satin bow. The maid of honor wore white or gandie over white cat in. and carried white elirjsatitheniuins caught wlthstrcam ers of white. Tlie bridesmaids were sim ilarly attired, except thai their sashes and flower ribbons varied, being blue aud jellow and pink. The ceremony was followed by a recep tion at the home of the bride for the rela tives and bridal party, after which Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong left for a trip to the North. I'pon iheir rtturn they will reside at No. 1G20 Connecticut avenue, where, after Novimber IB. they will be at home on Tuesdays throughout the sea son to their frcihds. A over 700 Invitations were Issued, ndniisslons to the church were only by card. . . Among the relatives from other cities who were present were" Lieut, and Mrs. M. M. McNnmee. of Port Sill. Oklihom.1 Terrltury: Lieut, and Mrs. A. 11. Fester, or Port Wavne. Mich.: Mlfs Annie Miirnhy nnd her brother. Mr. Will Murphy, or S.m Jose, Cal.; Mr. Harbnra Lenman. of York. Ta.; Mr. Al Kogcrs. of New York: Mr. Michael Hoflmau and Ids son. Mr. Michael Hoffman. Jr., and Mr. Al. Hoff man, or ltiltimorc. In addition to lhee guests were Mr. and Mrs George B. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander II. Hell; Mr. ant Mrs W. II. II. Smith, Mr. George L. Edmunds. Mr.Mahhui Asnrord. Miss Plait, Mr. Luther Epplc, Mr. ami Mrs. Frederick L. Siddons. Mr. and Airs 11. C. Ilrjcdcnberg. Mr. CInrtnctv, i-ailiner. jir. anu .mis. uuiit-a 1 hui u( Mr. and Mrs. Philip .Peinpscj- -auiljlivp DempseV, Miss Maggie Joyce Miss loiing, .Mr. Kills ami sister. Mr. and Mrs. William. J Miller and Missr Miner, uirs Morgan, Mr. aril Mrs. O. A. lirareienhurg, Mr and Mrs George B. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam E. lWinunson, the Judges or the su preme and local courts. M. M. Parker and the directors or the Cilumhln Insurance Title Company, and many other pruminmt members of the Western Presbyterian Church. The marriace of Miss Nellie Duncan. Ilutcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. YT. Ei Hutihcr. of No. 1104 New Hampshire av enue, to Mr. William Slierh'Ck lironson, occurred vestcntay alteration at fi o'clock. Foundry M B. Church wji nretnly decor ated for the occasion, and ltev. Oliver llrown. pastor, olticiated. Mr. Ilenjamln Ilutcher and Miss Hrrtn Lod. or Lynch burg, Va., acted as alleinlants. Imme diately alter tlie ceremony Mr anil Mrs. Ilronm left for a bridal tour throughout the South, and on their return will make their home at tlie Westminster. Mr. Clifford Atkinson, of No. H5 C street northeast, is confined to O.-rfiend Hos pital, seriously ill with Uphold fever. A very preity wedrling was soleniniznl last evening at 8 o'clock at the resilience of C.ipt. II. Miller, 317 Thirteenth street southwest, the bride being Mr. Miller's FREE! (SATURDAY.) We Will Give a to her ear to stop any noises that 1 he engraving- is 22 by 28 inches larger than this page. It will BUTTBRINB. But don't let our Butterine talk dis concert you. The great point that" we want to make is that on Saturday (this week) we'll have a beautiful steel engraving- to give to every purchaser of Butterine. Never mind so much about what we sell that will come later but don't forget about the pretty girl "Listening to the Fairies." KINS At the Bon Marctie. $9.95. COAT SALE. EVERY GARMENT . Marked Down from $1 1,$12, and $13.50. Newest Box, effects and Dfagona, closc-jitling frbnts in Kersey, Beaver, Boticlc? Cloth, Aslrakhanl Crclon, and Diagonal Cheviots. All al $0.05. . BON MARCHE, 314-316 Scvqnlh St. Nf W. OXDBIITAKKItS. JVWLUA.M LEG. r.MinitrAKRK. Ill rennsrlTanla arenue nortnwML first cliusarrlc. l'fcoa:H3. IjUraj DIED. CII I LD3 Suddenly, on October 28.1805. Albert L. Child. In tlie sixty-eighth year or Ids age, beloved husband of Mrs. Kate Childs. Tlierelatlvesandfrlcnds.IIarmony Lodge, No. It, I. O, or O. F.. Magellan Hncampmeut, No. 4, I. O. or O. V.. Franklin Lodge, No. -2, K. or P., America Castle, No. .'I, K. or G. E., or which he was a member, are most respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, rroiu his late residence. No. 1128 Park place northeast. 2 p. ni.. and procecdtothelndeiicnd-ntMithodistChurcli. Klevcnth street, between G nud I streets southeast. Services at church, 2:30. Illess thou us, Lord.lnthekliigdoniahovc, Whence Thy grate s5 freely given. 80 long have we Journey'd logetlier on earth. Receive us together In heaven. HIS WIFE. Norrlstown papers please copy. oc30-2t LULLY-Octolier 30, 1805. Capt. Meno LuIIy, aged eighty-eight years and ten mouths, at theri-sldeiieeof hlssoii. Anthony Lully, t-08 New Jersey avi uue northwest. The funeral Will take place Friday, November 1, at 10 a. m., from aboe residence. It CAItlt On Wednesday, Octolier 30. at 4 o'clock p. in., Sarah Klleu. Infant ihild of Patrick and Llleil Carr. Tuner.il private. McAKTHUR On Wednesday. October 30, 1805, at :i p. m., after a lligcring Illness, Ann W., beloved wire nf Alexander Mc Arthur. Age sixty yearsnnd ten months. Notice of funeral hereafter. LAKNBK On Wednesday evening, Oc tuber 30. 1805. Charles -N. Larner, hus band of Ann Bllzabeth Lanier aud young est son or Noble I). Larner. Notice of funeral hertafler. second daughter, Dora J. Harber, and the groom ln:ic Anderson, of Saginaw, Mich. The Iioiimj wns profusely decorated with potted plants and cut flowers. The bride was becomingly attired In a goirg-away gown of grey novelty cloth anil wore La France roses. The opening strains of Mcndclsshon's wedding march, lJiiyed by Mr. John Don nelly, Jr., signalled the entrance of the bridal party, .whjlwre -preceded by the little nuld or hondr, Olhe Harberi Ttie fereniiAYivMwiH,rr,rinri!. Imnivith 'a. 31oral Tl reff. W"Ttev.' Mr;-Oulwater, nastiir or the Keulall I'-iptlst Church. Mr. Charles: HredlnJjlSMeiblvllIe, Pa., acted as bet Inan and Mi Nettle Haney, of Washiiigtou. wns brlde-maidr At the conclusion of the ceremony the Tucsts repaired to the dining-room, where a repast was seried. after'whlth the bride and groom left amid showers ot rice for Dayton, Ohio, their future home. Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 30. Miss Eliza beth Key. the youngest (laughter of retired United Stales Cirmil Judge D. M. Kpy, was married to-night to Garnctt Andrews, Jr., of tills city. Judge Key was Post master General during President Hayes' administration. Presents came rrom every part of tlie United Plates. The ceremonies were the most brilliant ever witnessed here. Dr. lliirr Allen to Lecture T)r. Mnrr Wood Alien, national superin tendent of social purity department, W. C. T. U.. wlllsoeak in-day at Grace Church al 2 o'clock. Dr. Alien tins a national reputation as a lecturer on social purity lines, and Is an author of considerable reputation. She will speak again in McKcndrec Church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. iliirwlons Kile of rlotlilm; lieclmf to-duv at Xiw York Clutlilnu Hoiimj, III I Smeiitli Mreet uortliwe-.t. might float b3' from Fain-land. tN coypA ins OPPENHEIMER'S, 514 Ninth St N. W. 10 Great Values ALL DAY THURSDAY. ic. 2c. 3c. 4c. 5c. 6c. 7c. 8c. 9c. Oc. each. Ladles' Hemstitched, Llnin-fln-lsued Uaudlcercliiofs. Worth 10c, Cake Pure White and Genuine Castile Soap. Worth 5c. I.alles' Curling Irons. Worth 10c Lsrsebottlosof Ammonia. Worth ICo Hox of Ladles' Note Paper, containing HI etioets of paper and St enrelopos. Indies' Maialoss Clack Hose, worth 15c, ouly 6c dents' Seamless and Stainless Hose, north Sk:, only 7c each. Large size Turklih Com Towels Worth a)o each. ' Ready-made Pillow Slip, -worth 31c, only 9c Seaside Library to purchaser for the asking. Special in our Dressmaking Dept This suit is made of silk and (vool mixed goods, made to your measure for 35.00. We make it up In any style Ladles holding Iho following numters la Sales Slip purchases made at ourstoro Wednesday, Oct SOtb. 1S3J, will please presont them before 6 p m Thursday and recelre Fringed linen Table Coyer. Check No. 13, sold by No. 11. Check No. 31, sold by No. SI Check No. 20, sold by No. 5. Check No.St. sold hj No. L Check No. 1, sold br No. 2. Check No. W. sold hj No. 8. Chck Na 19, BJld by No 1. Check No. 2-.', sola by No. 5. Check No M, sold ly No. 6. Check No. IT, sold by Na li PPENHEIMER'S, 514 9th St. N. W. DEATH HATE DECREASED. Iniiroenicnt In the City's Ilealtb; for tlm Week. The deaths reported at the health de partment for the past week were 118, as against lJ2'by the last report, and the annual death rate fell from 2G.7 to 22.2. The deaths from l;phold fever numbernl ten, showing nn Increase of two for the week, while those from brain disorders declined rrom eleven to Tour, and those from kidney aliments from eleven to rive. The mortality rrom lung dlcaes was hlx.ut al the aemgeior the scleral weeks bark, wltti a rising leiilency ns the cold weather advances. There were eleven coroner's reports or death, and twenty-six were n ported from hospitals. 1 FRFFI t 1 II. ftm mmmm m (SATURDAY.) An owl near her conveys the -. grace the finest frame. TO 11 I Butterine Figures. The most astonishing tldng aliont But terine is lis growth in popularity. The increase or product in four years is dlHl cult to realize. The law requires ns to furnish sworn statements as to the extent or our Huttcr Ine output. Following is a copy ot the iigures iiieu wiui our repori: rounds. .. L'3B.472 . 30.1,539 . :10,495 .1,121,728 .1,276,405 Year ending June 30, IfiOl. Year ending Jane 30, 1S92.. Yar emliliK June 30, 1893.. Year endins June 30, 1H94.. Year ending June 30. 1S9I5.. Tliere Is mule but powerful argument iu those risures. There Is untiling acci dental altt'Jt the increase. People wouldn't buy Bullerlne IT It wuin'l better than Bjcter. The minute people try Kulterlnc that settles It. The iimiute ther realize that their nlijectloii to It Is notlilns bat ptejo dice. just that minute tlmy lK-,rln to save money apd IickIu lo eat pure butterine on their bread. I 3 Center Market. &V&y Great Slaughter Sale oi Capes THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY. We have just received some large consignments o) Ladies' Capes- and Jackets, and we are going to make a special three-day sale of them. They are the latest styles out, and are a magnificent exhibition. $15 Plush Capes, $9.98. One lot Plush capes, Marten fur trimmed, double and single, full sweep. The right price is $15.00. Our special sale price $10 Plush Capes, $6.98. One lot of Plush Capes, with seal trimming, full sweep very elegant and much worn in New York now. Regular price, $10.00. Our special sale price.. ...1 $6 an$l $7 Cloth Capes. $3.98. All-wool Cloth, satin and braid trimmed, full sweep very stylish and handsome. Regular price, $6.00 and."$7.00. For our three-day sale $8 Double Cloth Capes, $5.48. All-wool Cloth, trimmed with fur and braid, extra long, full sweep a most neat and pretty cape. Regular price, $8.00. Our special sale price $5 Jackets. $2.98. Ladies' All-wool Black very "chic." Regular price, $5.00. For three days only $6, $7, $8 Jackets, $4.98. iiadies' All-wool Blue and Black Jackets, with ripple back, extra large sleeves stylish and rich looking. Regular price, $6.00, $7.00 and $S. 00. Our special sale-.price KING'S 812-814 7th St.N. W- fKFwwvwvr FRESH GAMED GOODS. New stock means fresh and healthy food. "We have just received one carload of Hone) Drop Corn. Our price is the lowest ever known 10c per can. Emrich's Arctic Corn, 4 cans for 25c. Shriver's Blue Ridge Corn, per can, Sc. Shriver's Nectarine Corn, per can, 10c. French Peas these are. genuine per can, 12, 15 and 18c. American' Peas, per can, 8 and 10c. Our Pride of the Capital, solid Tomatoes, per dozen cans85c. Shriver's'St'ringless Beans, 3 cans for 25c. California Apricots, 2 cans for 25c. California Peaches, per canlSc. Delaware Peaches, '2 cans for 25c. Genuine Bartlett Pears, 2 cans for 25c. Our Canned Goods Department is without competition, and we guarantee satisfaction in quality and price. i EMEICH BEEF CO. Main Market", I306-I3I2 32d St N.W. Telephone 347. Urancli Markets 1US Utb L nwfSrt5r 14th fit, rnr.; 5th and Msts. tw; 303T M st nw.; SI a l and K ftts. nw.; 2J5 Indiana, atre. nw,;6th aal I sta. nw;m uud I it, nw.: GUisc and l'a. are. nw.; 13inst. and X. . are. nw. U VVWWWWWWVIV4 Great and mall. Oar birsalns ore creat, our prices are smalL Ererr rent counts, and cao sivyon many a cent on small house hold utecsIK suth as joa ars perpetually hivicc to bujr. UNIVERSAL Houselurnisliing Store 512 Ninth St. N. W. Painless Daniislr, OTHERS ahnnM bear In lnlmt that It's taa early and proper nttentiou their cbil l's teotu pet that 11 make them croir straight and even. Wo'll oxnmlns yo'ir child's teeth as otlea as you lUe, free. We'll skillfully and pain lessly perform he necessary opera tions at n m-dest cost I'ainloss ex traction, 50. " jtf47 tWoi Evans Dental Parlors, 1217 Perm. Ave. N. W. ..my. .fJL!! J ' I1,""1 " ' ''B fiwniitHgtiaraa fFeel s s Bad I v i i To-day? We ask this reseated I v. because seriona diseases often follonr trifling ailments. a If xnn ,wVmmi,I Kenerally exhausted, S nervous, have no appetite aud can't S wotk, begin at once S tailng the most re- Z liable strenetbenini; S medicine, which is S Brown's Iron Bitters. 5 Benefit comes from S the cry first dose. S "Brown's glron I Bitters IT CURES Dyspepsia, Kisicy nd Livca NCURILGK, TROUBt.CS. Constipation, Impure Blood, 6 Malaria. Nrnvous Ailui:nts. g Women's Complaints S Get only the ceflolne it hi 3 cross id red 2 2 lwe3 on the wrapper. Jg BROVN CHEMICAL. CO. BALTIMORE, Mt. 5 eBBaaiK6se0isasmBaaS Absolutely 11 2 '.? Jf i OvJ.tJ S6.S8 $3.98 $5.48 $2.98 Jackets perfect fitting, $4.98 PALACE, 715 Market Space. The Rink fffjf jW . ''JiFTt $17.2 -rce'.al Tc-doy at Tlie Rink. This solid quartered oak Hat Rack, 6 ft. 6 in. high, 3 ft. 4 in. wide, 24x18 French plate beveled mirror, hcavj- cast brass pins, cheap at $25, special to-day $17-75' Our line of Hat Racks is unequal cd wc can show you Hat Racks as low as $6.75 or as high as $150, CASH OR CREDIT. Tlie Julius Lansiiiirgii Fora.tUiB and Carpet Go. StoWs soes ". -.v-fet5 jJJ-iar j ir t jl..