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THE MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1895.
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warm Blankets. It isn't
always necessarily said
because you pay big
money for a pair of blank
ets that they are better
than the cheaper ones.
It all depends from whom
you buy. We give you a
real good, double size
Blanket for three dollars
and fifty cents. No need
of paying any one else
five dollars for this
Blanket.
LADIES' 75c. SHORT
KNITTED SKIRTS, 35c. $
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dealers say about ALDEttEY
CREAMERY BUTTERIKE. Ask
tbe pooplo who use it uixm their
tables. They know. They are
to be found In ovory street In
"Washington; In the foreign lega
tions; hi the gwat hotels. Se if
they don't say it Is
better than butter beca a se
jHjrer, more wholesome; flner
flavor and texture. Does not
get randd, and costs leas.
If ycu are not then convinced
the only thing to do Is to try a
pound. If you don't llko it, don't
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it, llko other folks do, it will be a
case of "cood-by to butter" for
you. Buy a trial pound at E5c
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WILL MARRY A DIPLOMAT
Engagement of Miss Eegina Bar
bour to.SonorDon Julio Kengifo.
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Wedding Will Titlie l'l.ico lit St. .Mut-
tlirn'n Church Mr.tuul .Mr. Soim-
Ihk'k Wooden WcddliiK
Tiic announcement of the engagement
ot JIIks. ICt-slna Harbour to eiior Jnn
Julio Keirglfo, cliargc d'affaires "or the
Colombian lerition, elicits tile blnceret
expreiaions of congratulatlnns from their
many rrlet.ds lu Wasliington society. The
marriage will take iiice at Kt. ilaitlicw's
Church Nueniber 20, ami will l)e solem
nized In lite pix'euee of a limited number
of fnends and relatives. Hiss Anne Bar
bour will attend her Mster as m.iid of
honor, Mr. Ka.slm jii. of the Chilian legatiKii,
acting as bwt man. Jliss Rirliuur Is a
jouns woman of attractive presence and
delightful intellectuality. Her father, the
late James L. Uirbwur, was a well known
business man of this city, and with her
mother and sister she resides In Farragut
Square. Itenglfo, better known to his
friends a "Hie General," Ts a member of
a distinguished South American family,
and is one of the bel-liked members of
thediplomnllc corps, ileisa conscientious
worker, Imving been for fUe years almost
continuouiJy In charge of tbe affairs of
M country here. The present minister Is
now In Home mid is constantly abnt in
Europe, being accredited to seieral other
countries.
It is generally understood that Senor
Kengifo will succeed Mr. Mnrtado as min
ister to the Unlltsl States; some say "be
fore the year is out;' others, "Inside of
two years." It would be a most accepta
ble loincidenee should the wedded happi
ness of thi3 very popular diplomat and his
attainment lu tl'e highest rank possible in
his chosen career occur simultaneously.
Mrs. Stephen Howlai.d Brown, of New
York, who has lieen stopping at the
Shonham several days, is one of the most
charming women in the North, and a
conspicuous leader of he Stateu Itljnd
smart sit, having been forsome time presi
dent of its ladles' club. In appearance
Mrs. Brown is tall, with brilliant color,
strikingly handsome figure, and is always
chic awl up to dale W costume. She Is
the daughter of the late Arthur Quartley,
the famoas marine artist, whose work
is well known here. Mrs. Brown is an
enthusiastic bicyclist and iiccr looks
more fascinating Uuu when on her wheel.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sonntag, No. 3D2
I street southwest, cilebrated their wooden
wedding last eening, receiving many
pretty gifts and hearty congratulations from
their numerous friends.
Miss Jessie Williams will leave Wednesday
to spend Thanksgiving week with her
aunt, Mrs. W. Matthews, near Uarpcr'a
Ferry.
MKs Ella IVarfield, who has been visit
ing Mrs. James G. I'nyne, left this morn
ing for Thurber, Texas, where she has
bought a rauch and will make her future
home.
Mr- and Mrs. G. E. Glover have re
turned from an extended trip, that in
cluded the Atlanta Exposition.
The White Boe Pleasure Club gave a
dance and Holloween party Thursday night
at the residence of Miss Ermlnie Speake,
No. 010 A street southeast. Uc-pite the
inclement weather quite a number of young
people gathered and spent a pleasant even
ing dancing to delightful "music, rendered
by the E. '. String Band. Among those
present were Miss Ida Crapster, Mi-s
Sallie Jordan, Miss KIolso McWhorter,
Miss Mattle Kudd. Miss Florence Jordan,
Miss Nellie McNaulty, Mrs. Edmonds,
and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hollis,
Mr and Mrs. Charles Millar, Miss Irmime
Speake, Mr. Ilurbert Kudd, Mr. C. Irving,
Millar, Dr. A. A. Mastella, Mr. T. M.
Edmonds, Mr. James Ilrealey, Mr. Walter
Weir, Br. Orr, Mr. Frank, Mr. George
L, Edmonds, Mr. Cljde Millar, Mr. E. E.
Ednionds.Mr.IIerbertCrapstertMr. Thomas
Bright, and Mr. William Vaugn Howard,
of Aberdeen, Miss.
Peputy Auditor George W.Sanderlln. No.
100b N street, has as guests Mrs. W. T.
Falrcloth, of Goldsboro, N. C; and Miss
Evelin Woolen, of La Grange, N". C.
The Misses Haniliu have arranged their
home. No. 1400 Massachusetts avenue,
and are established there for the season.
A reception will be given by the Morton
Cadets at the National Itlfles Armory, No
vember 22, .from 8:30 to 12 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Donaldson will
hold a reception this evening from 6 to 10
at their borne. No. 1235 Eighth street north
west, to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary
of their marriage.
Miss Marie Powers, of Massachusetts
aenne northwest, will leave for Philadel
phia Tuesday morning to attend the wedding
of her cousin. Miss Elsie Jenungs, of
Germantown, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Walker have closed
their country home on the Bladensburg road
and are located for the winter at Oldham.
A very pleasant party was given at No.
724 East Crfpltol street last Friday evening,
No ember 1, in honor of Master Eugene
Gordon's nti.lh birthday annlNersary. Thirty
live of ids litterf riends were present, and
each recelved'a handsome souvenir of the
occasion. At T:30 p. m. the little folks
repaired to thedinlng room, wherea bountl
lul collation was served. The table was taste
timlly decorated with handsome flowers,
the center piece being a. large cake, on
which burnt nine wax candles. After
spending a drflBhtful evening tbellltlefolks
departed about 0 p. iu.
Newark, N. J., Nov. 4. Invitations have
been Issued for the wedding of Charles
Ii. Halsey, son of Bllas C. Hakey, of this
city, former conul taSonneberg, Germany;
and Miss Elfie Van Kenssaeller Grubb, of
Edgewater Paris daughter of former TJ.
8. minister to Spain. The wedding will
lake place at S t. Mar s Church, Burlington,
N. J., on Wednesday afternoon, November
20th, at 3 CO o'clock. On account of the
death, a few months ago, of Gen. Grubb's
mother, there will be no reception.
Miss Grubb has been viry prominent in
society Bince her debut. At the Court of
Madrid, she was especially popular, and
contributed largely toward the social euc
ci ss of her father's mission in Spain. Miss
Grubb hn also been a great favorite in
New l'ork and Philadelphia.
Mr. Halser is a graduate of Princeton
in the class of '6, He was for several
yiars connected with the Pennsylvania
railroad, bat in April, 1894. he left the
service of that company to become a mem
ber of the Wall Street firm of Tolcr &
Halsey, members of the New rork Block
Bxcliarge. TJr. Hafrcy is wcfl known
throughout New Jersey and New Tork.
On their return from ibe w eddlnc; trip, Mr.
Halsey and his bride will occupy apart
ments at the Burlington, New York city.
Gen. and Mrs.Schofleld will leave Keokuk,
Iowa, to-morrow nlgiil for Chicago, where
they will reside at the Auditorium Annex
temporarily, and will probably make Chi
cago their permanent home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cottrell, or this city,
are lslllug New York.
Miss Euphenla Van Ben-salacr Grobb,
only daughter of Gen. E. Burd Grubb, late
Minister to Spain, and Mr. Charlts Day
Halsey, ot Newark, N. J., will be married lu
St. Mary's P. E. Church, Burlington, N. J.,
Novemlier 20. Owing to the recent death
ot the grandmother of the bride, there will
be no reception. Miss Grubb has many
friends among society people here, ami a
number of Wasliingtoniaus wll go up for
the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. O'Connetl, of K street
northeast, were tendered a surprise party
on Thursday evening List In honor of the
fifth anniversary of their niarrlnge. Each
guest brought Borne pretty, useful gift in
wood, and among the other pleasant sur
prises were a hamper of dainties and two
pretty girl musicians, who brought their
violins. Among the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Boyle. Mr. and Mrs. W, Cartir.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Davison, Mr. and Mrs:
Barrows, Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Alexander,
Miss Myra Nelson. Miss Olga Stevens, Miss
Bessie 'Fuller,, Mr. John B. Boyle, Mr.
Frank Howard, Mr. Louis B. Baker,, Mr.
John Miles and Mr, Clarence King.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gibson are spending
a short vacation with relatives in Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ellieottgave a dinner
of ten covers on Saturday in tionor of their
guest, Mrs. Marvtl, of Philadelphia.
Miss Nellie May Miiir. of New Jersey,
Is the guest of her hunt, Mrs. Margaret
IiUl.of Delaware nenue northeast.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lloyd, of Southern Mary
laud, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen,
of B street southeast.
Mr. and Mrs. John II. Turner are home
from their visit to friends in Northern New
"York.
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Harrison will
leave in a few days to visit the Atlunta Ex
lioslllon and otner points ot.interest ill tLe
South.
Mr. and Mrs. Herold Sniilh, of Baltimore,
are Milling Mrs. E. B. Smith, of Seventh
street road extended.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Sperrow, of Albany,
N. Y., hae been the recent guests of Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Anderson, or Capitol HtlL
Upon their return to the North they were
accomiianicd by Miss Frances Anderson,
who will remain their guest uutll the
Christmas holldajs.
Miss Virginia Grey, of Massachusetts
avenue northeast, will give a progressive
euchre party to-morrow night In honor of
her guest, Mlss Mary V . Uunelsou, of Ocean
City, Md.
"Miss Evelyn 111 the, of Madison. Wis,
is the guest of Miss Mamie B. Cartnght,
of Capitol Hill.
J. B. Thompson and his daughter. Miss
Fanny Thompson, are home from their
two weeks' visit to the Atlanta Exposition.
Miss Lottie Smythe gave a danclrfr
party Friday night at her home on the Bla
densburg road. During the evening there
were fancy dances by Mire Bcsle Smythe
and Paul Gleason.auda shadow waltz was
given by Miss May Parker, of Mar land.
Among the guest were MUses May and
Nora Smjthe. of Baltimore, cousins of the
hostess; Mls Kate Flinders, Mlm Irene
Rogers, Miss Mamie Murray. Miss Ida
Brown, Miss Clara Johnson. ilr. Frank Par
ker, M r. E. B. Johnson. Mr. H. C. Bond. Mr.
Clarence Daes. Mr.I'-oWrt Brown. Mr. T.
B. Miles and Mr. Howard Plerson.
Mr. and Mr. Arthur Stiles, of Richmond,
are the gue-uof Mrs. M. M. McDonough.of
K street uorthcast.
Mr. TInrry B. Joce, of Delaware avenue.
Is recuperating from his recent illne-s,
though as yet unable to rccrue his frieuU.
Miss Alice V. Peterson, of Seventh street
northeast, is about to hate for a visit to
relatives in Aialiama, where she will re
main until early spring.
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. McGralh, of I street
northeast, are making a brief visit to
Baltimore, to attend the wedding of a
friend.
Mrs. E. G. Marlow ami her daughter.
Miss Frances, have returned from an ex
tended visit to Leei-burg, Va.
Mrs. P.egnler. of Philadelphia, Is the
guest of Mrs. Kelly, of No. 216 N street
northwest-
Miss Estclle Walter and her cousin.
Miss Belie Pat tison, will spend the thanks
giving holidays with their aunt, Mrs. J.
B. Paul, ot Chestnut Hill, Pa.
Miss Winnie Stevens, of Hamilton, Va..
Is visitiug the Misses Mamie and Essie
Spalding, ot Capitol Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Tompkins, ot Luray,
Va., are spending a few days in Washing
ton with Mrs. V. Spcnvcr, of New Jersey
aevnue, on their way to the Atlanta expo
sition. Mrs. Spencer will accompany them
South and return with them to their home
about the middle of November.
Cards are out from Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Morgan for the marriage of their da lighter,
Elizabeth France, to Mr. James William
Flack, jr.. Wednesday evening, November
20, at 6:30 o'clock, at the Church ot the
Covenant.
Miss Margaret Edelln, of Seventeenth
street uorthwest, has returned to the city
after a pleasant visit to Miss Alice Clark,
of Lynclibarg, Va.
United States Senator-Marion Butler,
of North Carolina, arrived in Washington
Uiis morning, nnd is stopping at the Shore
ham, lie occupied the day selecting a
residence, as he will keep house. Mrs.
Butler, wife of the Senator, is joung and
attractive, and has musical accomplish
ments which will be greatly enjoyed by
those who frequent their home.
Invitations arc oat for the marriage
of Mlsa Hattic Morrow to Mr. L. L.
PiUnogle on Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Church of the Epiphany.
-W1MODAUGHSIS BOARD.
Flattering Claxx BeportH Eecclved at
It ite'snlar Meeting.
The regular board meeting or the Wimo
daughsis was held lost evening In the
tlub house on I street. Mrs. Bradley
presided. There were present Mrs. Dick
erson, chairman of tbe house committee;
Miss Williams, secretary; Miss Garst,
treasurer.
It was stated that all the classes are in
a flourishing condition, the journalism
and literature classes having each added
to their membership.
The next "At Dome," which will occur
on the third Wednesday of the month, will
be in charge of the German class. The
magazine section will take sociology for
iu subject during tbe next three months,
having for discussion on Wednesday night
of this week "Transportation aa affectteB
nrban residences" and "The Salvation
Army."
An
opportunity
for men.
We are selling to-day a
line of underwear that for
cheapness and good wearing
qualities is an extraordinar
bargain. "
Made - of natural wool
shirft with ' silk-stitched
neck and front pearl but
tons draw!er? have double
seats and overlook seam.
As long a 'they last they
go for
BON MARC HE.
314-316 Seventh St N. W.
ENTERS ITS SECOND WEEK
New Attractions. Added to the Cor
coran Cadets' Fair.
Exhibition Drill by Crnck DIMrlct
CoiiiiHUileOiiuof tUo Feature
Promised.
The Corcoran Cadets' fair at National
Itlflra Hall e'uteresl upon the second Keek
ofltsexlsteuce last evening. Since it oiened
ithas lost nousof lis brightness, but Instead,
as time wears on, Increases In brilliancy
and attractiveness.
Last ev ening the attendance was so great
that It wan with difficulty one could push
throagh the bustling crowd.
The programme of entertainment con
sisted of uu exhibition of horizontal bar
exercises by Messrs. Morsel! uui Jdaisheli;
a character recitatlou, "Pretzel as a bol
dier," by Mr. Johu H. I'rllen. and Prof
Harris and his royr.l Marionettes.
Tne guests of honor of the v cuing ere
Sixth battalion. Major Bartlett. comman
der, and the National Itllles, Cdpt. Oyster,
commanding. It was expected that the
Alexandria Light Infantry woald be among
tliegucsu of houor, bat at the last moment
Cant. Mushback notified the mnnaclii? com
mittee that It would be Impossible tor the
Infantry to be present. He, lion ever, said
they would be present some other evening
this week.
To-morrow evening the National Rifles
nud on Thursday evenini; the Morton Cadets
will glie exldbitiou drills.
Ou Friday evening will be the grand Indi
vidual prize drill, open to two members
from each compauy iu the National Guard.
The "pe-auut and pop-corn" stand is one
of the many new attractions added for the
coming week. It Is in charge of Miss Par
sous, assisted by Miss L. 1'arsous. Jesie
Fowler, and Janle Searle.
ALEXAXUKIA HA1XEXIXGS.
The cltv electoral Uard In the presence
of Judge J.K. M. Norton estcnlay evening
completed the stumping r the orrielal
ballots to be used ill the election ti.-Jay,
and turned the-m over to the Judges of
e.eetiou. The election of Capt. George A.
Mushacu to the State senate, ana Mr.
William II. May to tne house ot delegate's,
is a lore'gone conclusion, so there is but
little Intetest be'ing luke-u in the election
here. The Republicans have combined ou
Mr. E.J. Lewis, aim rfe will poll very nearly
tbe entire culoivd Yute of the city, though
In the county it is- underst.! tttat many
of the negroes will vole the De'iuocratic
ticket. Tne city Democratic oimuiitle-e
will make a hard el fort to bring out the
entire Democratlc vute tc-Jay.
Tbe llfth public meeting of the local
couueil or the M. Andrews Broth. rhood
win take place iu Grace Episcopal Cnurch
to-morrow night, viien Rev. P. P.
Phillips, pastor ol bt. Paul's Church,
will speak on "Enthusiasm iu our work;"
Mr. Edgar Carpenter on "Where this
enthusiasm come-s," and Mr. George Hi
Evans on "What it cau aici'inplish."
Mr. Herbert Aitcheson died at his home
on fcoulh Lee stree-t, ye-stcrday alter an
illness of some weeks of typhoid fever.
He leaves a wife, hut no children.
The Alexandria police have been requested
by Marshal Jacob try, ot the Baltimore"
police lorce, to bok out for a lot
of damask, bncades, etc., stolen from one
of the large furniture factories in Bait
more.
The lecture of Br. Bedford Brown, of
this city, in the opera house te-night, under
the auspices or the Anne Lee Mefnonal
Association, promises to be a great suc
cess. Cuthbert iiuekner, of Washington,
will during the evening sing several solos.
Mr. William L. Hoy ami Thomas Burroughs,
or this city, will also sing.
Miss Nellie Pullman, daughter of Mr.
Mary E. Pullman, and Mr. II. II. Blunt
will be marriett to-morrow night at the
home f the bride. In Fairfax county, only
a short distance west of this city.
The Banjo, Mandolin and Glee Club, of
Columbian University, Washington, will
shortly give a concert in this city ror St.
Luke's Circle, Daughters of the King.
The owners of the Foui-MI!e-Run prop
erty, through which the Washington, Al
exandria and Mount Vernon Electric Hall
way wishes to pass, have bce-n allowed
S150 damages lor their property. The
erection of the power house of the electric
railway will lake place on this property.
Mr. Daniel Rose, a wel'-'tnmvn old resi
dent of Fairfax county, died yesterday,
aged eighty-two years.
HICI1 IN GOOD WORKS.
Mrs. Elizabeth Scott LambV Ilenmlns
Cnrrle-d to tlie Grave.
The funeral services of Mrs. Elizabeth
Scott Lamb, w ho died at 1 er residence. No.
00 Tenth street, alter a brief I'lness,
were held from her late home yesterday
at 10 a. m. Rev. Dr. Alexander Wilson,
of Laurel, Md., officiating.
After the service the remains -vcre re-niove-d
to Oak Hill Cemetery for interment.
Mrs. Lamb waa well known In charity
circles in tliis city where for many years
she was actively identified with rharity
work both private and public. She was a
member of the board of man?g"rs of the
associated charities, of the Washington City
Orphan Asylum, and also look .'-n active
interest in the welfare of the inmates of
the Newsboys' Home.
At the time of her death fhe wag treas
urer of the Mary Washington Chapter of the
Daughters of the Revolution.
Marriage Llcepsew.
Licenses to marry were Issued yesterday
as follows:
Morgan F. Kelly,' 6t Bronklyn, N. T., and
Elizabeth Call-in.
William W. Wolf and Mary Boykln.
F. T. Curry and Sue Webster, both of
Westminster, Md.
Charles C. Pearce, of Tenleytown. and
Emma L. Shanks.
Richard Wheeler and Mary Lizzie Green.
Michael J. Mealy and Johanna Ready.
William Hodge, of Montgomery county,
Md., and Bertie Edmonds.
Stoll's ereat sjrte of shoes Ladies'
.wen uuuuren s, int. less man wnmraaic
cost. Bon't buy shoes until yon cave
ittcu in "Mic- '
KINO s nucK.
The Great
Cloak Sale.
The Magnificent Stock of
Cloaks, Capes, and Coats that we
bought from M. Silver & Co., of
New York, at SO cents on the dol
lar, is surprising and delighting
all the ladies who have seen it
S8 to SIl Beaver, Kersey,
Boucle Capesancl Coats and fC QQ
Piei3h Capes- 43o0
SS to S8 Beaver and Fare ffQ QQ
Clloths. fur and Jet trimmed. 4)0,00
S13 to S15 Ladles' and
Misses' Fine Cloth and Plush QQ QQ
Coats and Capos J)0.30
SI5 to S18 coats and capes
-Boucios Astrakhans,
Whorumbo Beavers, Ker- ff I (1 09
soys. J I U.oO
KING'S PALACE
812 and 814 7th St. N. W.
715 MarketgSpace.
Gt'C 3-4
Music Loses
Its Charm
When ft poor Instrument clres
forth that ramie, ilus'c galas
eli arms whn th pifrraer as
ono of tbe famous KIMBALL
I'lANOS. ??0 flntr instruments
made.
HETZSROTT
MUSIC CO.,
MUSIC HALL
Jill the Latest Sheet Musia
II IO FSt. N. VA
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WORK OF THE TRIENNIAL
Churchman's Leagua Discuses the
iiecaut Convention.
Itev. Dr. Elliott unci .Sir. Sklivrltti
WIIuiiT Toll "What It Did
for tin-' Church.
The autumn meeting of the Churchman's
Lixigueot the District ot Colombia was held
last evenliur In the .Sunday school'room of
Kliijpuauy Church, G street, betwii-n Thir
teenth anil Fourteenth btreets nortlinext.
Tlieineetlns was largely attended, and was
presided over by 'Commissioner Truesdell.
After the routine business, during which
Interesting and satisfactory reports were
submitted by the secretary and treasurer,
fchortaddresses were made by Rev. Johu II.
KUIott, S. T. I).. pastor of the Church of
the Ascension, and Mr. Skipwitli TVilnier.
delegate to the general convention held In
llalUiuorc.
Cuncernlns the work of the convention,
Rfcv. Dr. Elliott said that there was oue
thing nlwut It worthy ot especial note, and
that was the smoothness with which every
thing was done. There was not even tlie
semblance ot friction, and all this I at
tributable to the strict adlierance to the
laws of the church.
Nothing was done liastlly. Tlie church
of to-day Is true to the principles of the
primitive church In adapting everything ac
cording to time and place.
In concluding heepoke of the conservatlie
nes of the convention In all it under
takings and In reference to the admis
sion of congregation a a whole, briefly
defined the requlremrntB necessary to
the candidate for confirmation, and the
candidate for orders.
Mr. 'VViItner said as with Congress so
it a Willi the general convention, every
lKRly wants to know hat was done. And
nca in. as with Congnss very often, we
say tt did not do amthlng. Bat this is
not literally true. There was a little
done, and we can congratulate our
silves Willi the knowledge that that little
was done well. There is always a natural
yearning, lie said, for a change In one way
or another, and in tills the convention did
nothing, but as fur as meeting the de
mauds and needs and progress of the
church Is concerned It did a great deal.
With all respect to the clergy. Mr. IVlImer '
said, the great conservative force or the
ihureii Is found in Its laymen, for no mat
ter what changes are akeil for they an j
never conented to unless they are Rhowm
nlisnluteiy necessary for the advancement
of the whole church.
At the conclusion of the address a rising
ote of thanks were tendered Iter. Dr.
Elliott and Mr. Vilmer.
Sloll's griat sale of shoes Ladles"
Men's Children's, ot less than wholesale
cost. Don't buy shoes until you have
visited this sale.
Detnclied from Duty Here-.
Lieut. G. lliockllnger has been detached
from tlie Wnslngton navy jardand ordered
to tlie Boston.
Lieut. F. E. Sawyer has been ordered
to the Ilofcton navy jard.
ItoblK-d ot Ills. l(e.t.
"There!"
As tlie doorbell rang twice In succession
Von Blnmer jumped up from his seat with
a look of Intense annoyance and turned
around swiftly to face his wife.
"Have you been shopping again?" he
inquired, anxiously.
".'o, ilenr." ud Mrs. Von Blumer: "I
haven't been out of the lioue to-day."
"Then," said Von Blnmer. throwing
down his paper with a gesture or lmpa
tiecne, "it's a caller. No sooner d-es a
man come home from his work nt the of
fice, worn out with the day's struggle aud
prepared to settle down to a quiet even
ing, than his peace is disturbed by some
confounded bore. S.iciety Is all ery well
in Its way, but what do these people care
for us. or we for them? Here I was just
congrntnlatlng myself that I would be
able to gel a good night's rest, and now
the dream is oter. I've got to sit up and
exert myself to be pleasant to a lot of
Idiots that I wish were In Halifax. It's
Just my luck tired out, all broken
Jlello! wliatV this? A nolel Umph! Ah.
yes, of course! Where are my shoes?
Brush off raj bat, will you? Not a moment
to lose. Show him into the parlor, Dinah.
Be rigat out. Where "
"Wftolsit.dear?" asked Mrs. Von Homer.
"Who is It?" rppealed her lmsbaud, as
he rushed by her into his room, "who Is
It? Hooray! It's Dlmpleton, with two
tickets to the theater." Harper's Bazar.
There' .Millions Id It.
Who says that "titles i,ow are cheap"
In this brave land, fair Freedom's home.
Should Into gome dark corner creep.
Or In the densest forest roam.
Whoever such a statement made
Will get a well-deserved rebuke.
For Gotlmm's richest girl lias paid
Ten million dollars for a duke.
ELECTION HETCRXS ! 1
The TIiiicm will display them on a
nittmmotli. canvas In front of tbe
Times Bnlldlng To-night.
Stoll's great sale ot shoes Ladies'
Men's Children's, at Icsa than wholesale
cost: Don't boy shoes until yon have
visited this sale.
ill ill
All Washington
ladies know b- this time that no
where can they get more complete satisfac
tion than from us. Satisfaction iu prices
satisfaction in qualities and withall attentive
treatment.
To-day we sell Fresh
. Pork at 7-ic per lb.
Everybody is delighted with our hand
painted individual butter dishes which we give
away with ever' pound of
H
"TJT?
Cfi'
i u
20c. per Pound.
E7VIRICH BEER COTVliNY,
Main Market. 1306-1312 32d st nw. Telephone, 347.
Branch Markets 1 1TIS lUn st- nir; 2025 Hth st n.; Km ana M sts. nw ; aK7 31 t.
nv.;lst and K sis. nw.; 215 Indiana are. nw;5th and I sts. nw. ,
v 4tn and I sts. aw.; it)tn st. e.ndl'a. are. nir.: I3th 6LandN. Y
are. nw.
Tbo l:ln-
Enameled
Iron Bedsteads.
Come and see them
figure out how much bet
ter they are than wooden
bedsteads that is if you
like the kind we recom
mend them. The price of
this one is
$4.35.
Brass Bedsteads, Iron
and Brass Bedsteads,
are here in unique va
riety. We have the larg
est variety in Washing
ton, includingthe genuine
English brass bedsteads
from $30 .to $ 1 50.
The brass on these Eng
lish beds NEVER TAR
NISHES. Tbe JULIUS LANSBUR6H
Furniture and Carpet Co.
I
"We have just received a
new lot, representing- all
that is newest and most
stylish in this class of
goods. There are some
marvclously rich effects
among them some with
epaulettes some without
different grades of qual-itj-
and richness from SI
up to S14.S0.
Garnitures are very fash
ionable this season.
Cohen's Trimming Store,
Universal bargains
in house-furnishings-and
srroceries at "Univer
sal" prices.
S5f2 9tfiSf. N.W. 1
!-.
ELECTIOS RKTCRJfS 1 1
Tue Timed will display tnem on a
mam mot li csnins In front ot tne
Times llulldlns To-night.
In Accordance.
Tlie cannibal King's private secretary ap
proached his majesty and said:
-By the way "
"Well?" tald the King, looking up from
his game ot patience.
"Nothing, yoor majesty, except thatho
missionary whom you ordered to be placed
In the Ice-box alter he was parroted Is
showing the effects or the hot weather. In
spite of large quantities ot lec, he Is, not to
put too fine a point on It, getting decidedly
gamey."
The King of tbe Cannibal Islands as
sumed a thoughtful expression.
"It Is Just aa well." ic said, after a pause;
I promised thBQeecased that the obsequlca
should be high. He was a stern ritualist,
you knorr." Kew'TorK WorM."- -
pJet i
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IVIU..IHU.VU,,
nun
inn
I 523 11th St. N. W. m
-AT-
1.50 Wrapper
For 97c.
This Wrapper, made of Taney Octing
Flannel, very latest patterns, irlda
rude, extra large sleeves, .actual n-t
value 11.50, Special price. bC
Eisenmann's,
806 Seventh St. N. W.
1 924-1 926 Pa. Ave.
ODDenheimer's
514 9th St. N. W.
Large purchase of Extra
Heavy Seamless Black Hose
for children size 6 to Sj.
Retailed everywhere at
25c.
Tuesday at 9c.
Blanket Specials
nnA a pair for Fine Medium
II H R . "Weight Blankets.
w v u " "Worth $2, only 89c.
A ft ft Extra size, extra weight
l H "White Double Blanket.
W 1 1 . V Worth 3j onIy 529.
$3.25
Strictly All-wool Pure
California Blankets.
Worth S7.50, only S3.25
514 9th St.N. W.
Sole agents fer the Light Running 3ew
Homo Sowing .Machine. .Machines tor
rent. All kinds rcpiured.
TJ.VDnilTAKEBS.
J WILLIAM LEE.
UNDERTAKER.
R2 rennsylraslA arenn e sortawesX
rinlclmierrlcn 1-ton 1331 &Wma
DIED.
llEnrtlN'G At Ills late residence, corner
of Tenth and N streets northwest, on Sat
urday. November 2, 1805, at midnight,
Frederick C. Herring.
Kelatlvcs and friemkj are Invited to at
tend his funeral, which will take pUco
from tlie Cmin.il of the Epiphany, on Tues
day afternoon. November 5, lo9o, at 3
o'clock.
The remains of the late SfaodeTlrennan,
will be ta ken from the vault In Mount Olivet
Cemetery and Interred in the family lot
this afternoon, at 4.-30 o'clock
BmMm
JpgH
Oppenheimer s
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