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TILE MORNING- TIMES, THUESDAY, MAUCH 19, JSOO.
5 PLANNED T EST THE UOM mTER r-i 1 4 DTTTTmTTnTTTTTJTTTmTTnTTTnmFmTmTTTTTg F LAESBUEGH & BBO. I We Are the Washington 1 I Agents for the I HER MAJESTY'S 1 I CORSETS.... I "Her Majesty's I " "What's in a Name?" j A great deal, we say. when Her Majesty's Cor- 3 E set is mentioned. It 3 means to the wearer a j t perfect- fitting bodice," a e "an absolutely faultless 3 c shape," a long slender j i waist," and, above all. "ease and comfort." Her 3 g Majesty's Corset is the t delight of dressmakers. j jj No trouble to fit a waist Hj j over it. Her Majesty's 3 Corset is strongly recom- z mended by leading phy- 3 p sicians. The best-dress- 3 ed woman in New York 3 E gives it preference over g jE all others. I This Wrapper uniy Iicw Spring Wrapper, made of percale in all new shades light and dark stripes and figures lined to the waist. Plaited back, circu lar 3-oke front and back, finished with ruffles of plain goods edged with narrow braid. Large sleeves, excellent width and length. All sizes, 32 to 46. Special price, 98c. Bear in mind that these fit perfect not a wrinkle, not a bad finished seam. No use looking elsewhere for these. We control these Wrappers for the District of Columbia. Out-of-town folks can order these bj mail. The Spring Fashion Sheets are out. You can have one no charge. 420, 422, 424, '426 7th St MUMiuuummniiminmmuuummtg Sata,SeosiCo, 81h and Market Space. Cotton This new material lias created more comments and praise for the designer thau anything ever in troduced in this line. Imitations are alreadv" on the market, but the pretty satin sheen effect and Aauds nic patterns that are shown in the g-cuuine arc miss- in ST. 8ic vd. 2 ' S.Kann, Sons&Oo, 8th and Market Space. Fresh Laid Eggs. Tou cannot hnp-OTo on a nice fresh ejg th irouWe h to got frsn oaes. AVj IoaX attar tfcat. Our fancy Ecgs are put up la one dozsn pttenl poclc.t boxes, and orery esc Is rttaran iFedficsh, The price is.no Uglier ttiau othan 1 ik lor inlnior qualities. WJLKINS&-COMPANY. "fc"junro5!art)l9 anJ Glass Stan li, ' CenirrllcrkeL UXDEltTAKEWS. OT. WIX,I,IA.M LEE. USDERTAKER, .132 Tn. Ave. N. 'OT. Klrt-olai.a service. 'Plume, 1383. - 3 o8c! Morla Franoais 1 .A... - : f' L lASMT' l KING'S PALACE. I A xC C0MIXG T0 THE THEATB,S- If Ladies' 1 1 v. ' ji dice's Surprise Party will inaugurate a j GLr "t " Ma reign of merriment next Monday evening at !$ iSllffC 9 "m .) f" the Granti. with that unprecedented sue- 9a & t J &J cess, 1-192." Manager Allen has Hhown y a & ciS. !k fSSv. j r I ufe aslutere3 by arranging for the re- W V V 3L1 &. f IT II r&. I JbiSrF hi- wise move will doubtless receive, the th a-M I tX I jr n i i - ti a U I IWfillilllUL: 1J1 IIIIM Mill tLULIl. llilVLIL.Yt tllllt JV 'nrrrtTrnrri II II I I 111 II CHILBRBH'S PARTI AT GEMERAL DRAPER'S TIi8 Cleveland Children and Other Juveniles Enjoy Themselves. Attorney General Guvcu Dinnor.TVlth DlNtliiKUlhUed Leiil Gentle men an Gtie.-.tH. Gen. and Mrs. Draper save :i delightful children's parly In tionor of their little daughter Mnrard's fifth birttday yes terday afternoon from 3 to G. Little Margaret, who is :i dainty trtor.de. with loiiK curling hair, wore u biniple frocl: or white with blue rilihons. The ball room, where the little tots dauced to the music of mandoliu and Ruitar, was beautifully decorated with spring flowers. By far the most appre ciated part of the afternoon's entertain ment was the made lantern show and the feats or jugglery by a bonaf ide magician. In the dining-room the decorations were yellow. V'ellow jonquils were on the table and on the car.dolabra were yellow shades. The favors were yellow, is were also the confections and tabic appoint ments. Among those present were: Little Ruth and list her Cleveland, t lie children of Private Secretary and Mrs. Thurber, the little daughter of Lieut, and Mrs. Clover, the children of the German Ambassador and Baroness von Thielmaim, the cluldren of the Spanish Minister and Mine. Dupny de Lome, the chi:drcu of Mr. and Mrs. Munn. the children of Mr. and Mrs. Rlgga aud Master 1'oo'e. Attorney General Harmon gave a dinner In honor of Mr. William Tafi of Ohio labt night. The other quests were: Justice Gray, Justice White. Justice Shlras, Jus tice l'eekhain. Judge Turton. Mr. Colstone of Cincinnati, Mr. Charles Harmon or Chicago, Mr. Dickinson and Mr. Charles Tart or Philadelphia. The table was dec orated with American beauty roses and rod carnations. Senator and Mrs. Elkins entertained at dinner last night, the Secretary or State anil Mrs. Olney. the Mexican Minister and Madame Romero, the Brazilian Minister and Madame de Mendonca. the Secretary or the Treasury and Mrs. Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs. Covarrublas, the Japanese Minister, Mrs. Sheridan. Colonel and -Mrs. John Hay, the Judge Advocate General aud Mrs. Llebcr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ffoulke. Yellow daffodils were the flowers used on the table. Gen. George S. lialeheller entertained the' Representatives In Congress rrom the State or New York at a reception last evening at hi- residence. No. 1022 Vermont avenue. Justice and Mrs. I.rown have issued In vitations for a dinner Friday evening. The Russian Minister will give a, dinner Saturday evening. Representative "had Mrs. Hadley of Illi nois gave a progressive conversation party last night.' Mrs. Charles Frautz, jr.. is spending a rewsvecks -with her father, Mr. Richmond, at No. 705 Ninth street northeast. Mrs. Stilson Hutcolns -will give a ten this afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Fre mont, her guest. Mrs. Aiidcnricd -was hostess at a dinner given last night. Mrs. Parke gave a children's party at the Cairo yesterday afternoon in honor of her little dauguter'sbirthday. The marriage or Miss Anna Ruth Geieker to Mr. Charles C. Oliver was solemnized last evening at 8 o'clock at the residence or Mr. and Mrs. D. n. Geieker. No. 80G Twenty-first street northwest. Rev. Dr. Uielaskt officiating. Only the immediate relatives or the families were present. The bride Avore a becoming gown of light grey novelty cloth v.'Ith trimmings of Persian silk and gold passementerie, and carried a bouquet or while and pink roses. There were no attendants. The bride and groom entered the drawing-room together. The presents were numerousand boa utiful. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver -will be at home to their friends at No. 800 Twenty-first street northwest. .Mr. ClHirles Page Bryan gave a tea yes terday afternoon. Prince Serge Wolhunsky, or Russia, de livered a lecture on the lire, manners artil customs of Russia, at the Washington Club yestcrduy afternoon. The District "Woman Suffrage Association will lKld a special meeting at the Riggs House parlors this evening at 7:30. Sonic important business will be brought be fore the meeting, anil at 8 o'clock a lec ture on "Magnetism" will be given by Mr. K. C. Getslnger. "Wn'-hinjitonlnns in 2fev York. (Special to Tho Times.) New York, March IS. T. G. Addisou, C. F. Caracristi, R. M. Dcinknril, II. A. Seymour, Astor; J. W. Corkhill, Morton; N- "VVigarka. Imperial; F. "W. Huidekoper. St. James; L. C. Herrick, Murray mil; R. Gardner, Plaza; J. Eaton, Sturtevant; T. J. Garrett, 3Y, A. "Watts. Continental; Marquise Lanza, ..Mrs. Sitgreaves, .Miss Sitgrcaves, Holland; M. D. Law, Broad way Cenlra.1; J, Rabbitt, J. Babbitt, jr., Sinclair; 8. R. Scharf, Grand Union. StoddnftlXiECtures. The Stoddard lectures of this year will be given at, -Metzerott Hall. Stoddard lias prepared an uncommonly Interesting series which has proved its value by the enormous audiences which It has attracted in-all. the great cities. .Eaclnleernre Kill be given three times, makings three identi cal conrsesr. The sale or tickets will begin this morning. Hice's Surprise Party will inaugurate a reign of merriment next Monday evening at the Grand, with that unprecedented suc cess, 1-102." Manager Allen has shown hfe asluteress by arranging for the re appearance or this popular travesty, and hi- wise move will doubtless receive, the general approbation or the theater-going public or Washington. All or the costumes and much or the scenic adornment are new since the extravaganza was last seen in this city. Among the new people in the cast calling ror special mention are Miss Carrie Bear, Infanta Calallna; Flora Finlayson, fnfanta Johanna; John Kecfe, King Ferdinand; and Charles Sea grave, Alonzo, the treasurer; and Raymond btepheus, Christopher Columbus-. The ex cellent -work of Mark Smith as Isabella, and Marie Hilton us the quarrelsome court cook, needs no comment us they were here Willi tie travesty before. Tom Brown, the popu lar whistler, and Zclmn Rnwlston. the American Vestn Tiliie, with her charming songs, will be among the vaudeville rea lures. .Mr. Rice has discovered a. phenomenal liaritonc In the person or Mr. Picquicon Coruellie. who win make ids debut in Wash ington next week. Cornellle, within a few weeks ago, was singing in the streets To Prevent EnrD Freckle. or New York when the attention or Mr. Rice was called to his phenomenal voice. Direct to the Lafavcltc Square Opera House next -week, after a nui at the Bijou Theater, New York, comes tho operatic comedy, "Gentleman Joe." It Is said to be an entertaining melange of comedy.sing ing, dancing and leautirul color. A big company will assist at the introduction or the dramatized Loudon cabby, whose name was Joe, ami who professed to be a gentle man. James Powers. "Jimmie," as his friends know him. will lead the cast In the title role. He has made a hit In this part nnd has worked it brim full of his amusing per sonality aud entertaining run. Clara "Wleland Is a good second to the humorous Powers, and her imitaUonsof the leaders In the profession aro a feature or the piece. Another strong name is Unit of Flo I rwin. whodoesn't poseasslsterorMay, but sings negro melodies as only the Irwin girls can. Other names of prominence lend promise to the cast and there is a" chorus of sixty. Next week, commencing Monday night, the New National will present a notable attraction, the occasion being the rirst presentation in this city or tho reigning comedy success "Too Much Johnson," with the eminent author, William Gillette, and all the original company in the cast. In Boston, where this play has just finished an engagement of ten weeks of the most re markable receipts ever drawn by a comedv, Uie Boston Herald in an editorial jsavs: "When the young men and women oHoday become grandfathers and grandmothersand feast their feeble eyes on a bright, warm glow In the fire-place. Instead or enjoying an evening at the theater, then will gather the young ones of the family about them nnd tell of one of the most memorable events of their lives. They will recall that on the 19th of November, in the year 1895, there came to the Boston Museum after several years' famine of genuine comedy a 'mighty tunny show' called 'Too Much Johnson.' Some will estimate the comedy famine nt rive years nnd some at ten, Nevertheless we today know that there has been a fearful ramlne or this kind altogether too long. Or a sudden in tin's dreary waste or amuse ments there crops up a "William Gillette, an old comL cfriend, with his 'Too Much Johnson.' " "A Bowery Girl," which comes to the Academy for one week, commencing Mon day evening, is one or the successes of the reason, -as introduced by Harry "Williams. She is an absolute creation. The public never knew her herore except rrom story, and is curious to make her acquaintance. jfc fill Oflt 1 1 - (a Value $4.00. y'St -i ii 0 ' front crushed collar bNhop sleovcs A stripes and checks regular 0 OR A .SI value our price p,.0 f Value $4.48. ffiisiSt sloeves crushed collar and wal-t- a kind losuliir SI. 18 aluo - OQ K 1 our price I T-l,,, rout Colored S.ttin Illiadomc (CiCgam ail): waists ohaiiEcable "Ul . olivets criiidicu collar, velvet talis with small buttAiis.sottb.ind, (JjT QO 1 regu -At JO quality our price, v-3.70 i Watch out for onr grand Sprinj Opening. UVi 814 7th St. fc 7Jo Market Space fr-, r---,T - She is capable of more development lluln any other recent stage ideal. Judging irom all that ran be heard. In New York city, Philadelphia, Bo-.ton, St. Louis, and Chi cago she broke all records, turning peoplo away night after night. The play has been staged with the care which shows confidence of success. The company Is a large one numbering eighteen people, headed by the versatile soubrette, Ciara Thropp, who will be well remembered as the original Taggs, with Neil Burgess' County Kair,"andatierward Innocent Kldd. with Lvans& HocyV Parlor Match" Com pany. She Is youngu nil pretty, sings sweetly and dances d.iiuliiy. During tho action or the play she will iutrodiux several new and lakiugsongsand dances. The coining of Sousa and his peerless concert band to the Lafayette Sunday night is an event or the present musical season that will arou-e great enthusiasm. Soii'-u draws his admirers rrom all classes with whom the love or music finds a lodg ment. To the classical mind, Sousa Is admired becauehe Interprets, in a masterly way, and with ridelity or purpose, the work or the masters. To the mind or the Poko Bonnet in Tun ami Violet casual music lover, Sousa is an ob;'ect of regard, because he appeals to the general intelligence and popular mind. Sousa is peerless, because' lfe plays the music or the people, hls'tiwn magnetic inarches, and with a dash and swing that will earry all before them. There is no need to enlarge on Sousa's fame and merits as a composer or military marches. His posi tion as a march king is as firm as the rock of Plymouth, amraseach new Inspira tion riows from his fluent pen. new beau ties of melody and-new combinations in tone, color, and ne.w Ideas of brightness and life iu music are discovered. Flynn and Sheridan's City Sports Big Show, an excellent aggregation of charac ter portniyers and pecia it y artists, open .l ntc .- iiiKiiKeineiii .it ii;u JJYLU.U111 iiieu I ter next -Monday .night. The opening sku uj u;e pciiormnucc is a mciy nci. entitled, "Murphy's Reception." The olio introduces the world-renowne'd four Nelson Sisters as the leading feature of the show. The Nehonv are recognized as the greatest acrobatic wonders of the rcntury. Another novelty feature speci ally engaged lor the Lyceum is the unique evolutions of the "Wild Moorish Dancers, Others in the companv are Phil ahd Cris .slc Sheridan, comedy sketch artists; Smith and Champion, the funny German comedian and pleading soubrcttc; "Wren and Daly, in parodies; Campbell and Beard, in a new musical net; Geitie Collins, novelty djuiseu'c, and Lester and Collins, Ameri ca's grotesque daiicers. HELD ITS MARCH MEETING District W, 0. T, U, in Session at Its Headquarters. PhiiM Miido for tho Quarterly Ses sion unci IloportH Ilecelved und Acted Upon. The "Woman's Christian Temperance, Union of the District or Columbia held its executive meeting for March la its head quarters, No. 910 F street northwest, jesterday, Mrs. M. B. Piatt, the presi dent, In the chair. The leports of secretary and treasurer wereheaid and adopted, as well us repot l& from various committees. Miss Cheno weth, the new superintendent or parlia mentary usage, was introduced-, as -were Miss Torrey, or the new union at Howard University, and Mrs. Grey, of the new union at Berean Church. Various communications were read, among them a letter rrom Rev. "Wilbur 1". Cniftb, or the Rational Bureau of Re forms, inviting co-operation or the union in his work on the bills for Sabbath ob servance now before Congrcs-j. A letter was also read from Mr. Bruen.of the Anti- Division Association, Inviting represen- ' tation. and Mrs. E. F. Shelton was ap pointed. Mr. Peter Sweeny, or the Newsboys Association, wrote to ask for the use of the W. C. T. U. headquarters ror his as sociation on Sunday afternoon. His re quest was cheerfully complied with. The Federation or "Women's Clubs or the Dis trict wrote to ask for the appointment or representatives to its annual meeting. Mrs. Clinton-Smith wns made delegate and Mrs. M. B. Piatt, the District presi dent, was made director for the year. Delegates to the Anti-Saloon League were confirmed during the meeting. Miss Mary Drown said that the Y."W. C. T. U. was soon to hold a seriesorentertnluments, among them a Demorest medal contest, at Hamline M. E. Church on Friday next. Mrs. Barllctt announced that Mrs. Cope land, or u07 C street southeast, will open her parlors ror an entertainment Tor the benefit of Capitol Hill Union Tuesday evening, April 8. Mrs. Spencer was nominated for superin tendent or scientific temperance instruc tion. The lecture to be given next Sunday arternoon at the Congregational Church by Gen. George Y. Bain, the "silver tongued temperance orator," -was spoken or with interest. Announcements or this lecture are to be given in the churches. Mre. T. A. "Williams announced that Rev. A. G. Rogers, pastor of the University Church, would give one of his popular lectures wlUi slercopticon views on Ben Hur ror the benefit or the "W. C. T. U. A rising vote or thanks -was tendered ror the generous assistance and the evening of Ea-ter Mon day mentioned as a suitable date. Mrs. Lilliam M. L. Sevens, vice president nt large or the National "W. C. T. U., came in attended by Mrs. M. E. Hartsockand Miss L. C. "Weightmnn. Mrs. Stevens gave a brier address in -which Hie reverted to the memory or a visit she once made to the home or the venerable Mrs. Zerelda G. "Wallace, one or the rounders or the AV. C. T. U., and mother or the author or Ben Hur. She Is the one -who has been so arreclion ately spoken of by Gen. Lew "Wallace as his model for the loveliest character In the book, the mother of Ben Hur. Mrs. "Wallace is nearly ninety years of age nnd is reported very ill at her home In Indiana. The quarterly meeting was appointed ror April 8, the Georgetown Union, through its president. Mrs. Walter Brown, having in vited the society to meet with them in the DumlKirtonM.E. Church. The meeting will open at 9 .30. The program is in the hands or the general orricers. A basket lunch will be served at noon and tea and corree -will be furnished by the entertaining union. There -will be some new features intro duced in the program, among them a chalk talk to tieasurcrs, and a "model union" illustrated by active members. ON SUNDAY'-SCIIOOL TV'OBK. Interesting: Meotlnu of Those Inter ested nt Talconin lirk. There is to be a gathering of Sunday school workersrrom Montgomery and Prince George counUes and the District, at Ta koma ParU on Friday evening or this week that promises to be or much interest. The meeting -will consist or reports rrom these counties and the District or Colum bia or the condition and progress or Sunday-school work, and brief papers and ad dresses on normal and primary work, and other features of practical Sunday-school work will Ikj given by Dr. Hickllng, "W. R. "Woodward, J. F. Johnson. Miss Nowlln and P. II. Briston. The music will be conducted by Mr. Tcr rill or Kensington. The meeting will lie hehl in the Presbyterian Church at Tuknma.nud J. B. Klnenr is chairman of. the committee or arrangements. A 1JLACK VELVET FROCK. It IVuh Adorned "VVIth "TerMim Lusnb, Yellow "Luce anil Rots. A CHARMING frock recently seen was of black velvet, the skirt of a beau tiful flowing mass or round godets. There was a dainty, round, double breasted ctmt, caught about the waist with a uarrow gilt belt, fastened in front with a huge crtumclcd buckle. TtaeMecvCfc were skiu-iighl to the shoul ders and topped by huge puffs of velvet, set ting straight out. A big butterfly collar of Persian lamb set out over the pretty shoul ders, and, with its gay decoration, gave color and tone to the costume. The edge or the collar was bordered with a thick niching or dark delft-blue velvet, a beau tifully rich shade, from under which peep ed frills of lovely brownish lace. A mass or lace at one side held a bunfch or dull pink Catherine Mermet roses. There was a huge picture hnt or black velvet and long plumes, and a big. big muff of lamb, with frilled edges of velvet, t lie center decorated with bunches of lace and pink roses. KEIGX OP THE CARNATION. O POPULAR In New York now are carnations that the consumption each winter exceeds 15.000,000 of the cut flowers, and demand is ever ahead of supply in all the choice varieties and high grades thereof, at stcad ,ly advancing prices. The graterul loveli ness of the riower. its delightful, spicy fra grnuee.and itsciuality of durabllity.ln which .t is far ahead of the rose, or, indeed, any other floral favorite, endear it to everyone, says Scrlbuer's Magazine. And as even the poorest carnations brought to market now are such as would have been deemed fine a few years ago. nice discrimination is requi site lo select the costly flowers that, by a slight superiority in size, perfection T form and color, beauty of foliage and length of stems are worthy to challenge the fastidious taste ofthe society belle, and prescribe thoac that Tor almost perceptible lack in either of those particulars shall go to make glad the eart of the shop-girl, at a price within her means. BAUITS 416 7th St. I BALM'S "OPENING" J-fiL JLiXI JLXi J- Cfc- s ilJIPll1 I TODAY, THURSDAY Harch 19. We invite attention to our exceptionally larg-e and choice collection of Spring Styles of Bonnets, Large $ Hats, Toques FRENCH AND ENGLISH NOVELTIES IN I UNT I CHOICE AND EXCLUSIVE STY17ER OP m Ornaments, Trimmings, Straw f I braids, Ribbons, etc. f p ALL THE NEW SHADES IN niLLINERY VELVETS. Our this season's styles are adapted from the leading- Modistes of Paris and London, and selected with special Y reference to the refined taste of American ladies. j? fcThe moderate prices at which we sell our fine goods will especially commend us to our patrons. AUM'S. &&&&& FROM THE LINEN COUNTER. Ecru Tints and Clotli Effect In the Com mini; Summer Fabrics. HEN in doubt ns to the color and material or her summer rrock, the prudent, woman, says ttie New York "World, chooses eeru grass linen or batiate. It is a color which "will be rashionable, but which .s too quiet even to meet the fate of more gaudily popular shades -that of becoming hopelessly vulgar. Embroideries on batiste and grass linen ire being manufactured for trimming and altogether the summer would bid fair to usher in a seaso nof sober dressing -were not the organdies and dimities so bright. For shirt waists the batiste is striped In lines or green, rose ihik and violet. The waists are made in the regulation tailor style and finished with -wtdte linen collars and cuffs. ' Linens which are not unlike cheviots are coming from Ireland. They look somewhat like hopsa eking, and are strewn -with cheviot hairs. Two or three colors combine In them, but ecru is the predominant one. Their light weight and their cloth errect make them admirable for summer traveling and outing suits. Marriniio Licences. Licenses to marry have been Issued as follows: George M. Strieby and Lillian R. Minor. Charles C. Oliver and A. Ruth Eiker of Pennsylvania. James P. Kcnney and Annie E.Connell. Fred D. Chambers of Scranton, Pa., and Gertrude Arviila Dodge. Guy Latta nnd Alice Lncile Dunham, both of New York City. George Banks and Annie Vlielr. George E. Penn ami Annie C. Turner. For Tall "Women. Plaid gowns are t be kit the vogue for the women who ie tall witumh to wear them. Here is a stjrtts way ef making a pkikl sprK frock. TMr HM Is large ,3 mi it a brown ami cmun afltotr. crossed wtth flwe )te of vj Mm. Tkc bodice la rende a Uiat it my b worn with a variety of clumKurtua. timiX Urn velvet I wfl for tin? ttrntMe iwrrtM, ttiyfj bwsqwe imwI towtr fmtt of tt Urtm. The MttoM are osvomt with Mm vetovt.aarf Um cfeeiatortte la of emu mmmmcHoc In I'neMnc SHU. "When y5 r away oy at Sfcety Xm Iwoom rrthw mate caw Is tL To pnrrrat tato. tweak mo a tew nkfs ef vrMto bfewax, ftaM Mtam taoMty in okl bandkerrhler. aod pfcu-e tar anions the folds of silk. whose mother buy carriage this week will rccolro a Una Carriage Kobe 1 Wc'to reduced one of Heywooil'i elegant $13 Carriages to S10 IhU wcclc only cash or crcdiil Carpets made and laid free no charge for traite In matching figurci. Your credit is good no notes no interest. Q y 4 S 19-821 -823 7th St. N.W. A BCTWEKJf U XND I STA cnnHtfnsHMminnmiTimjFijnnmmnmTTTnnTT TTTmnnfHiiifmiHriwwmTnnin Every Igg guaranteed strictly fresli. 2S I Eggs, 25 cents. EMRICH BEEF COMPANY, f qimmiuimjmffiumnuuiimuuuumiuium umuiuiiiiuimiuiuuuuuuiiuuinigf and Turbans. 416 SEVENTH ST. g rain Helper, I Th ireatPs- rer-,rtt, e known I , fur the cxlia ii.rd n.ental er.erztcs w'orr",'. BROWN'S l I BnoW.NS IKON BlTTKRi. A ( uoe taken (Kxaioca' brightens r.pthe facu'tiesre lews the Hagginir I enprgies and sifc new IDrirvT "tone" to the whole HV.v1 ( nerve sv-.tem. Writer-". edur. , journalist-, thlskcr. stnlent3. all I tinil in tlin powrrful remi dv a perlect pantc, RITTPDC a constant but - i Ct0 alwo'iitety harmless .stimulant ( into UN'S IKON BITTERS ii not a bevprage. bnt an old aad rrletl meUkifte. oht everywhere in tluo United States. Clown Chemical Civ Bjimuore, Md. Artificial Teeth, $8.00 OurArii&cial Teeth are the ? acknowledged best in the Dis- $ trict they St perfectly lend srace t tae luoutk. and look '' nxtarat. Step ia wa'll ex- (c 3mb your ,eta aadzdriae yB. -ratte. a to what steps lo take. ?? Evans Dental Parlors, 1217 Penna. Ave. N. W. 1IBD. ta luit on MTdkarMtey. Mates In. at Kta tort . m at ar ata wwWinwv. 331 law at. ar Mmrr QaHclry, tor of mr latv MfH. am IK-. XotMx or raarral htrmttrt. it Nier m acrvvT ctoa of ta tttii of a Jiadecaa s Watoaogtoa AThMM iiu- muii. Mata l ;. itbj. JMatltm or inwat wta caa at It. i. Umnrt ao. V3. r-nm. ax aw . and m&r aramc) mrmn tor mm aortal wMkm ."H aowr. It WtterxtUt Hadilralyoa.VarvntH.I'-fia. ioriro Mowant Wfcrrtrr. r kelovtl n-- t Mmrj A. WftrHrr. s 30 year loor hat mx ftMKOttva. May ar rcat M araoc. Y RIS CIHLiHtEN. fan-Tal frojn atanany CnaaH. corner lak aat V !. jw.. TkMrtMT. March ll. lm. ai 2 . at. yaavral artrate. Mary laad. PluhnMpat. Pa., and Dernxtr, Cot lars mi9 coay. it COIHUrK Oa TMSlay. Marth 17. at T 15 p. m.. Marlva B., bHovetl wife or W. Fraak Cilrhk. awl duphnfrof the late Cbrk! ami LIualMUt Cumberlaad. Ju the fifty third year of her ape. Ni.i to .t funeral in the Evenlae; Star. It-em GRLKMVELL On Tuesday. March 17. Genrge Green well, agetl thirty-seven years. 1'iineral will take place Tharsday at -p. m.. front 0-3 22d st.nw. It-em ktiTHWEI. On the morning of March 10, Kirhard Roth well. jr.. beloved hus band of Hjnnnh AmolU i:othwc!t, in the 50th year of his age. Funeral from hw late residence 500 F street northeast, on Thursday, March ID. at 3 p. m. Relatives and friends respeS Tully invited to attend. I' 3lE.MORI.ir. Tl'CKER In loving remembrance of my dear daughter, Alice JL. Tucker, who de partial this life one year ago today, Mitfok 10, 1S05. "We may not ask the reason why. One year ago, lie et thee free: I only know that still I sigh: In every sigh I long for tnee- Today one thought has dried myeyes. Has calmed my heart, I cense to wcept One thought that softly sanctifies. "He giveth Ills beloved sleep-" It By Her Mother In loving remembrance of my dnrllnc husband, Cbnrles Keller, who died two years ago today, March 19.1804. Gone but not forgotten by hU loving wifo aud children. It In loving remembrance of my dnrllnjc father. Charles Keller, who died two years ago today, March 10. 1S04. Gone but not forgotten by his loving daughter, Annie. It