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'-wWFws v-'?jP'Wc ' THJ! MOBNINO TIMES. 3BtAY, JSOVEMBEB 6, T8!i. WW?"- - .''' Bring Your Babies. What a manufacturer call's a Job is a quantity of Merchan "diia he warns to close out at a price to clear up whatever there is left. A manufacturer of Bib.e.' Fine Coats came to ns wlthTuch a jok They consist of 23 dozen Children's Figured and Striped Coats. d 5 t Trimmed with fur. Worth from SI. 50 to S2.50. Q7c i talcymi pnlJorOl 4 They'll lit children aged 1 vjfir 9 vp.irs. 3 vars and 4 5 P J ' - J n . a year:-. An' one is a Bargain, but you might as veil get your g ? -vil.- Lefniv vrnir ltp.ichlifir doss. ? I" a p You may get the best one. t p 0 h00i 0. P. 420, -522, 42A. 420 7th 3t. QsV-.-tt.-xi.-tVTi.'sV-V Is -V.-.5, S MEWS FRQ&i THE GREAT SALE! 3 Seems like all Washing . ton had been here since g this special sale btepran e and still they COME. We can't bein to enumerate & the monoy-saving prices 0 they are thick -in every 5 department of our great f . stock. Compare our cred- it prices with tlte lowest s CASH pricesyou can find. I CARPETS made, laid and lined free. 1-iip.c -! il M il I" I ill nti r sillllilglll llj lul fc- ti nl -hi- v-ce 1. I 41 ton nl II ur M titles-, -.1 i 1 1 . f i. c -i rial I! sWetk U . .. Wii.u ne --priii,:. sold in olh -ton s for si , tii ,1 $4.51) $5.00 ic,:ii ir i li ii- tui SI e Si cut tills lid k on it '$1.15 lbgul irtIJatlie:liuiii in i vaiietj ,i jiit cm ih ceil to. $1.00 1ITJ(I. arranged to -weekly or Payments please you monthly. GROGAW'S 'Ismmolli Credit House, V. tl. S21. S2J Tth st h. w I'ttu-t Hand 1 tt- edS-S"S.'S'5-S'''s. '' s Sk . I SPECIAL OFFERS I FOP Friday and Saturday. 25c ri 39c r-i 44c f i 33c ' 3 Be f ir i iiiiiunilo.t-il sturN. "i'l t'nlauml. ri-i -lnrl-. ' Ijiiin(l..n-il luru. I'' laik Online siniu. Tin . I itilerliirti mil 1 i i, i DSc r i l nil KM All -ir. I il,.r w- ir 21c f i i". i in-., n n ,, i )riw f" li ''oiks. Tic for IT' ."rinili- -mkK-. GC fnr li'i lluilki n Ini-iK. New uU ill -i !,. 2ac S STERN'S, a 904-906 Seventh St 9 VGTeVSWi Did jou ever realize whatiiiai.es thodlf.-fere-uce- In price of one piano over another; A call al Hid warerooiiis or the UalUmore Manuraelor tieff l'iiuio wilt convince ou that no Instrument cm lie made better. bTILH (.ItAMI AND ll-UH.lll 1'IANOS. the choice- of the best iiifonut d und nioet cntlcal of the niii-unl puljlo generall aenns to suit, iiianiirueturers' ijr.e-es, fullj cuarunteed Tuning ui d repairing will receive prompt attention CHAB M KTIKFF. C21 Eleventh st n . near F st. .' .-a.''. .-.-.-.' J JUST Kl.tl.fVi:i- 4 0J llngl'sli Gloria I mbnlla Jieiular price. 44c. M'l.CI L .. E1SEN MANN'S, 80(3 "111 si., lit 1. II ami I. ID-'l-IP-.-C l'.t Are. .-.& .- ..' 9 4 JHHLMHRCHE 5 jasSSm f, n. $ - ; RANKS OF SOCIETY ARE RAPIDLY FILING Well-Known Homes Again Tunr Hospitable Doors. Opsn Offkliil clrili- Xiiiil All In 'I own. blllilll Nlltl-Mlllld lVl-sOIItllsilf "c-ll-Knovii 1'iiHili;. That iiirticul.n Mock or Q ritt, bt twceii tt-iutniitli ami l.iKlitiinlli -tretts iMnUiis r.uiioiisrorcoiil.iiinjiKiiiorcotrici it riNiilL'iicifi- to-tlii- foot than an ollii r pari of town, kIiuw- a Krt-.it .iwaktinnK in Itic I.1M, ft il.iv:,, anil in mini iii-istlii! ri-i-(K-iiIm Ii.hl ileioratiil ttitir Itunii-s villi II ik anil ji'llow ilin-.iiuln.iiiiiniN lrc Kum.ibl on niLimnt of Hi Klnliili-ctK n. as tin; li!oc.k ivas not thus jdnrntil pre, iou to W iiliiLMla. Anion,: tlii will-known re-lilinK of tin iiLn.liliorliiMMl ar l'livtmi-tcr Gincral Wil son, fcinitors lMtmrew or llaki t.i, W.irnn of W onitiiK, .mil inkir of Kan-is, Keprr Miit.iUMs Ailei of M issirtitisitts ili-iii of Loulsi.nii, su.iii-"!i or virinm-i, l.iiiii irijr of ilis-isppl, bloiii- of reniisvliani.i, .Hid Ooopir or J lornl i. Tiure wen no flims i-ilil( at the ii-m- (lliuv or the 1-oslin.isur Opih rill, lintenr Tviniloii curtain on the rr.int of the house was Ueil luck with I K'lhlen illow riliUm. the r.iiuilv of the I'listm i-ter G( in ral has liii i! in town for t-oiiie ttiui, and thiir pliasant home Is "rtadv for the wlnur. Miss Wilson, who ih 1" hi iiresentid to Micietv this tcasou, will he slin a hand some tia mrlv in .l.utiiar. Mrs. Warren is also at homi for the winter, haMni: hut recentu r, turiuu riom mi aiitumii trip to Jlosloii jnd M-w lurk. Mrs. Willlmii Alixls fctone. whose hini-e is one of the most attraiiiii on Hit Moik, has not it ntiirntil, lua will he Inn aliout (HllIllllr in. Mrs Mone is at pre-enl Msitin i.'. New ork. ilrH 1" II MrOuili has just ri tiirni d from al'iriiwukh visit to .iisiMj l,a , when- she went to .itti-nd the wedillm; of ucr nitii, Miss T.i lor. ilaiiUiler of Cail lliinlil Morjiin Tjilor loiiim uiilir ol the Lllltfl M.ltl s. list ii.il in lli.it ih litt The Krooiu was Mi lltnr l'iri llurum of AuKi'sla, a pri n n i-nl Ounj; (nirciiui, closely identifitd Willi tin- niton nuiu "ficlurinK iiidusliies of his Mali Miss Tailor w is a im iioiinn-d lulli- in Wash ititon whin sin. -pint tin tusi n hi n two iars .ino Mrs rr.mils lhti-s of llostou i visit Int, lier iiirinls Mr and Mrs ,m ss Huvke on I slurt is tn Mrs iiaus.inu lur ounKoiilncliniiwariiilTwiIiniinsl, tin- latter havlrfi, tmii lorii on Ilecoralion Da, and cliiiBtiiiiil mi tin- lonrlh of Jul", lb iiiesintiil to his ft n mis as tin typical Aiuirn-ait ho il.id-im Uaknielliir wire of the fhnrc (Varfaires of ltn-sui to the toiirt (I Greece, has arrived for a two iniinllis visit to her inothir. Mrs lleale and will sp -ml tn.it time in Washington Madam Ikikme tleir has Hit- n putatiori or Ik Ins: one or the most tliroimlil cli.iniiinK Aiuin an women ivir lecatid at a Ionian capital, and the .u-lan lieation.it Attn ns owis iiiiich lit its creit iHpiilant anions: lie nolalit or that Utile kingdom to the iliaiiu oT Its Ainiiitau mistriss Sir and Mrs Edward Mitihill arc at theKnliii.ond, hut an i onli luplatlng taklni; it house for tie wlnur Mrs Mitihill, licingllii.- ilaui-tifr or lion and Mrs Iioli ert Willaik, is t rv partial lo lur ihIIvl ulv. and Is alwavs wckoinid as an ac (luisiliou to its soiieiv. Mr and Mrs 1 rank P W.ilterhousc of Wallaston, il iss , are among the "-vir inireaslng IhhIv of Northern Msnors who make W.isliint,tnn their wlntir ri-siiliiin Mr and Mrs Waltcrhou-e have takin ap irtiniits at the I'orll md. win n Mr and Mrs George IS Willi mis are al-o lo cated Mrs I'hllip 1. CIihhIii and he- gmsts, Mrs und Miss Dolph of Oregon, will Ih. at Inline tl Is afti-rnoon .ui.l phasnl to -n their fninds aftir 4 o'clock Mrs 1M17C1I has leturned from a vl-ir of ten das to I itl-huru, and will Ik- at homo on --aturdiv .ifliriKHin Mrs Giorgc M Dunn and Miss Mas'e will also lie with Mrs Iil7ell Mr and Mrs Dunn I will not return to tliir home In Dcmr until after Christ m is Miss Mahcl Downs or Tvvintv second strut has cine to Po-iou lo louiiniie lur musical studies Mis., .it No lknuiie, of 1. urn 1. Md , is visiting rUO II strci t iiiirlhensi Miss Anna Sevinuur llaudiii and Mr. Vernon Kstabnnik Hodg( s were marritil Wednesday evinlng at h o'clock al Gun ton Memori il Temple- I'nstut, ri m Church, Kcv. Dr George H Patch offiii uing A surprise ni,i-cii! r.ule pirlv was 1 1 li cit reil Mr Kdgir s MiGivt-r-in list night n' his resideircc, N'o Oil 1 2 Sicond sini northeast Gums and dinccs wcie in dulged In and a mmilur of voeil and in strimiiutal solutions Wire i outribiitid b the I.astern Concert Club, consisiing i f Messrs Harrv MnttheWs. Jnhn Lewis, Henrv Hnnlou, and Kirk Hopkins Ala latelioursuppt r wasstrved Among the guests present wire Misses Lula Nor iinn, Hesslc Warden, Grace Linds.iv, M irv Miller, Minnie Hi i(,ht, I nnnv Shall,. md ELPHONZO 'iOUNG'3 CO. We ask no more for our best Elgin creamery than is asked for the ordinary country butter. We have not advanced our prices a bit, while others have gone up con siderably. ELrnONZO YOUNGS CO , Wholesale and .Retail Grocers, 438 9th St., bet. D and E. Tlione SS. Messrs Will Cole, Jumrs Homer, l!cu Miugold, Will Pnllnce, and 1 rank Hafcin, two litur of Avalon Heights Miss lsjiiiiiiu Johnson, the il tugliu-r of Mrs 1. A Johnson, and Mr Charles J Khnpli-r wire inurriid iniiill isiirdi luoruiu at 10 o'cloik. Hi tl e private par lor or Ihe Niittiii.it IIotel,.l!ev 1 ithir Gl.mli, or it Mai'sCliuich, orrii iatins; Tin hriile was uiuuid in a kuiii travil ins: cloth, Willi hallo in itch Her Imuiit-ct was of viuhts mid liliiis of the valh The ccriiioii was wllnissed I) onlv the ilium dlalc raiulllis of tin- iouph , and shortlv after Its conclusion Mr ami Mrs Kappler h ft for a Minn trip North I poll their riturn the will i st iMIsh thdilsilvt at the I.U.uM, Twint filth strut and I'liiusrlvaiila avium, vvhire. after IhiemlHr 1, the will lie at home to t tit ir riiiuds on TlimI.ivs throughout tin si ISO!! .Mrs John McClelland has issued invila tii ns for the marriage of lit r d uighti r I.tllic lo Mr Cli irles W Morris, Jr Widntsdiv, Nivemhir 11, at noon at Hamhue M K Chun h Mrs UdlisCoirtiK of Havre de Grace, Md , Is the gutt ur .Mrs G W Donn, No 78 1 strut northvvist. An Intt ristinginiitlngor tic "X Y Z " muslcil i-luli was It M last night at Ihe ri-siili ni i- f iUt-s Nila McMull, cm 8ivni tii nth strut luithvvist, lo ariange for1 a lirgi s(i,il to 1 glvin li tie club to tin ir rrltnds on 'thanksgiving ive 1'IHUI Mil- Collllllsloll of Im-tlles., (lisCUS- sio.i- the evening w is divitul to Instru men' ilsi-Ii lions on the pi mo guitar mil violin mil ,i number of songs were phas HUlv rindereil b the various miuilitrn of the organization At yio t ioso of the eviiilng rcfrt siimi nts wire rirvul 'Hie mi m In rs prt-sint win Mis-is Auni and Lojise I'orlni r. Cirrle Willur, Htnrittti Hovil, Marie and Klla rergusou, .Nettle WIKo and Mc-s.-rs Jc tin 11 inson, l.dgar Williamson. 1' K Hlggius, M Morgin, l!i iirgi-Marstiall.rredtViurliiev ,Harrv John slon and l'rauk and I.uiiiii Clarke The Junior ll.uhilors will give thiir siioml il inn if II i- st asoii this i it mug. at Mrs Dver's Aiadim, No l"ilT U sirut north nest Mrs Margaret Allen and her nh c-. Miss Marv Cav m.of Wilmington, lltl , who has lit n In r gut st for the past thru- wttks, kfl this iiornliig for a visit to Loudoun cointv. 'a , white the will rimalii until iflir 'lliauksglving Duv Mr and Mrs Daniiltioliciii Iiavereu ntlv rcturm tl lo tlulr lit me In thiscit from a biid.il tour to Niigara Falls DIVIDED BIcVcLE SKIRTS. ror A Intel 'llit-ti-ls it Anvenf Fee! ini: in luvoi of 'l in lr slllli; Willllltll. irl who has faictl the wind in a N0. In idetl hiivile skirt on a frostv tl .v will return to the ild t pen. Happing skirt tli.n inipeiles lur movciututs as it chills l.er knus Tin divided skirt has the aves" hi a grtnl inajonlv, aid she will cast ibout tt ee how slu can make the priltitst tlivhlttl skirt slu- knows jm. sible There an divided skirts ind di Mded skins, jou know, and then is a wide dtfferinii In kind. 'Hie llest llildecl Skirt. A new bit cle lostume 's made of lienv v Siotih i hev lot in a snnll, irregular brown and tan (heck The skirt is a will hang m;, divided skirt, ic tolling to the-shot tops, with two bro.ul bo pl.-its at the bick -md rront thai are so full that one never suspects the dividing hue at nil. The jacket is u short, s-mg gnrme-nt.eut in aji Irregular inij nt the front to show quite an ep.uise of the brown line u House front. A tiro ul white briltl follows tie edge of the j ii kc t, and nl tlio back seam rihc sleeve- the- braidingis quite elaborate. A nark brown suetie is it and a soil while berret lomplttc tills outing toilette. The black lierrct Is worn also, and on ver cold tl.ivs a chamois jacket is slipped on underlie ith the bicclc- suit. YViiHliinjitonhuis; in New Tort. (Bpeci.il to The Times ) Now York, Nov B -St Cloud, Col. G. M Braton,F. Johnson; Morton, B AI BaUe and wife, S. n. Emmons, M. E Urcll;lni tial; J. W. Boteler, W. J. Kihoe, J. Lons; Hoffman, A . S Brown; Manhattan, W. J?. Bvrns and wire; Albemarle. H. W. Fuller, W. II. Grcegan; Albert, C. B. JIarnsou; Continental. T. W. Lesher; Holland, G. "W. McLannhan, Miss MeLanalian,Mrs. B. C. Neal; Blurtevaut, H. R Dawlc; Marlbo rough, "It. Harris; Gllsey, J. Hubbard; Army nrrlvals. F. J. Dwer, W. B. Lottie; Navy, "W- Ball; A. Crenshaw. Mm f. (KING'S PAT.ACK That $15,000 , Cloak Purchase of ours, from M. Silver & Co., allows us to sell the 'most real ana hand some line of Jaikets and Capes at HALF THEIR VAIUE. The materials are the choicest the styles superb. Ladies who have already bought are telling their friends of this wondrous "landslide" of reputable bargains. Make your selections early, ladies. King's Palace, 812-814 7th. 715 Market Space. HISUOI'OF WIOIIXH'ION. lti-i. C. V. TlifiiniiH htntcd tci Huvc ltd i-lvt-il tliu Aiiollltlllcnt. A inblegraui from Iloinc slates tint lliv Cornilius P Thomas, nctor of thi riltlmore Cathedral, Ins tuen appolntnl I lshop of W llmliigtoii, Del Pather Tliom-is sounds Iti v. Alfnd Curtis, who re niill rislgindthe hishoprlcot Wilmington Cariliual Gihhoiis has recilved no official ltt-v. V. V. '1 lioiiiust, till- Xe-w Cath olic Hislliip of llinillL'toii. Who Yiis C1111111 1 ti (1 at One 'lime. Wtll dun 1 in si In 'llil-rcit. notifirntinn nf lather Thoiras' elevation, hut thus not doubt the nutlu illicit of the re port from Itomi- la.iiir Ihoioas termed his first mission in this cil ns assistant to I athcr Walter at M Patrick's Church from tsst to 'ol. 1 rom Ihtnce he- Wtnt to St, sttphufs Chureli, I eunsvlvanln, avenue and Twtnt fifth street, and afitrwnnl to llaltliiiore, nliire, with the e'Miptioii of .1 lime sj ent at s-aercil Heart Church, at Mount Wnsh ington, Mil, lie- luls since remalnid, first at --I l'Uir's andfiiiiilly to the- Cathidral, whirt he his tiei nstlilloiud some viars "Ijiivi: on runt in:.s.." Ki-vImiI of the Old Comedy by tlio Dill Coiiipmi . Mr D ilv'sovvnt liariiiingmlTpfitlonfroin Hie ( ruiau, ' l.ove on Crrtctus ' was the bill.it the l.tif.iette(p( ra House lamught it Ins bc-cu some t Inn since this comt-dv h is been pre-intid in this mi, p-rh ips it vvoilhl Im- iiligtdl.mt Id Miss Ket! ill to re tail how long However, hi r p riorm.inci last night was notessent allv dlf fen nt from formerlv l'he dtrriti'iiis were He un govern ible ones of time, and in no vvn a in titer of her graceful art To tht- iciiimi out. and to whim Is lot a Hal performance ri iiunisr-inl 'Love on (.rule his," more thin all otht r piav m the pic-tnt rclirloire, cucgists com p irisons The changes m Hit iass of the oher plavs"nive been gridinl it has lutn a merging long dravvn out The i n-t last evc-iing und the one whuh hist pn st utetl the toitiulv was so (Mini, different that substantial! the- comp.iuv miglil I ave been different Ada Hrliin ns nuis ustin and Mrs Gil lien as Airs luaiths v ir. Hi. oilv origi u ils in the cast 'ihe intiuurv of ...nuts Lewis' Dr Quaiilis vvasiontiuu illv 'n the-lull-ground b comp insou with the- pir stuuiloii list tuning glvui bv Mr Clarke, llutilr Clarke is not in an st usi i liami tcr lumuliiu Tin dtiuiiou i i'iW b l?vvis atistnco was rud Iv apiirent 1 hose two .tdiiurHtle nclors Sir Charles Itichin m and Mr Hi rbt rt t,rt -limn wire agiiu pleasint to the rore Mr Knhiiiaii's pi rftirin line of the hush met ilo- s n jt pall ia eomp insou e Uht r vvnn iir -w s or M inner b Hit he was oppart utly lame uuliuis Mr Grish.im gTVt his tleligliTuI iirorts to the ri purler .Sitluev IP rbirt vvasi-ilhir linsiast or tin pnrt .- 1 -s-,inter-csting than its Important! shuuldgu irantee One charm of Ihe lnl's pirroriiiinees this veik is thur fr-siuiss Ihe cuinpin) 1 as not sellletl tlovvn lo Ihe to isiiousiit0 of work thise irlv In the iison This i veil ing the bill Is -As You Like- It," Miss Ikh iii.isUosiluid.Mr Union mas OrlinJo, Mr llirle as .laefpus aid Mr Gresham as Touchs'.one IIO ANCVniLK UliOViS. Vi of. Moon- to 1-iture ltefoie tlio diiiKruiilili- Sin lit. In the auditorium of the 1 irst tuns-re-s.ation.il Church, undir the auspices or the National Geograplui Socittv, Prof Willis L. Moore, eliiifort.-e we ither hurt, in v ill deliver n lecture toiushl on tht subject, "t-torins and W lather roree-jsts " This Ieiture promt-is lo be one- of more than usual intin-t Prot iloore v. ill give .r.iptifc tlescriptions orthe tliffcrcntcl issts of stoi jus their iuccpiion and progrtsslou across the ciiuutrv the inethotis u-eel bv the v.cnther oiinau in collt-eting observa tions und issuing forecasts, manner of tli--s( miiiiit ing the forecn-ts and w arnings. .mil othir historual aid interesting rait" In couiiictiun with the work ot our great wi ither buieau svstuu DEATHS OF A DAY. Pawlnclet, U I , Nov r Vnst-1 L Nick erson, one or tin mini proinircnt cltinns or Pawluckct, ilii'd toenv. Mr Nickt rsi n was tor thlrtv vetrs loniicitul with the Paw tucket Gazelle- end Chronicle, the pioneer of Pavvtui lict journalism From lssii lo 1SS4 lc w'is managing editor of Ihe- Provident c- Press and Morning Star New York, Not. ' Jullii A llrooks. w idovv of HorutLt O llrooks, who was one of Ihe I irgest malnifnilurmof l,Kumotivi-s m this iountr,'and who established the eMuisive works hcarn-g his n line at Hun kirk, N. Y, died 'toel.i, al tic house of her diughter, Mr rrtdiruk II Stevens, of'lluff.do, whom she was visiting Mrs Brooks was born at Lelgeconile, Mune, April 7, lhil), and was niirricd tohcr lale husband in H?"1. Shortl after thev remnvullo Dunkirk, whin the fm.il t tions of the loeomoivC budding entc rpnse were laid. ' In all his effortsiMrs P.moks was Ihe constant helpmato elf htr husband, und at his death, in 18S7. she Is lame the hi ad of the Dunkirk works, and took an active interest in ihe man igciucnt of thi-eo-ci rn POSTPONED. SAMSTAC'S Auction of China Tin Glassware Toys, etc , Is postponed until THIS MORNING at 10 o'lock, and will bo continued, every day until stock i3 en tirely Bold. Sale also IHU EVENING at 7 o'c'ock, weather permitting. S. SAMSTAG, Auctioneer, 731 9th et. nw. OPENED BY PROF. ROBINSON Fall Course of Catholic University Lectures Begun. "ItJlfKion iim n Social 1'orci-" IIunilliKl by tin- DlHtln-BiilMiii-il Speaker. Ably Tlio first or the fall course of lectures arinnged b Ihe- Catholic University was dellvire-il jestenlay allirnocn In Ihe asseiiibl.ioom ill afiMuhou Hull. Hon. William C. ICoblnsou, tile- dean at the 81 lux, I or social siiencts of the- univeislt, was the lictuur, and the- siibjeet was "Kcllgion as n social forei-.'T 'inc. npuuillon ol the licturer and the timely diameter or tin huh.iet attricti-d a cousltlcrablv-Humbert flaQius umlginlle meii lioiu me- ill, besides Hie large quota or Htiidtnls or tile- iiiilverslt, wl o lollovv the- ionise- ofltcltirt-s as u J art of their studies 'ihe iKiivei or tin ltcturc-ociuptidmorc tii. ni nu hour and llu- Fpiaktr liehl the close alleiuioii ol hisnuditois In ever sen tence and pluase .lutli-- llobliisou lias. an e-xceediunly hajip iiiauiit r of address and tills inci. Joined with Ihe- (luahlj of the subject maltt r mid Ihe method of hiiitlllug it jusuied the appiteialloii of e-vir lls'i ner. liie leituit- was In Itself, a condensa tion of a sabjC-cl so vast in ill. natter and wide- in application as to be-iitcissaril a statement of gtueral limits and net an mra of specific iii-liuiee-and example. Uhe- speaker lnmstir thus oulllnid his let line "ih liginn Is tie most pntiut and per sistent or social rortis It consists in a voliuitur eouroriiilt if the liiim.in intelligence- and will io the intilligcine and Will or God 'ihls conformil is ,-iuciiilvd li acts of llieintelli'Ct toaciiiilre-a knovvl edge-of God. I ue is of the will in aiihiring to God In priiinnce to all othir ohjtcts, and in aid or thise, acts of self denial and obedience "This siir discipline delivers man rrotri all iuetdiiiaii- i (sin- ror wialth cr prahe or ple.isuic-, and hum's him into a. cem muuioii with the divli e intt lllgincc itsiir "A sicielv iiiripofist of ri Ugious people must nictfts.inl he fru from all su.al evils, and lij the conci ntratlon or its nu inter- i-iioii one object, tn d, they will be nulled in It e strongest bonds of seeial harmoii "It is the fault of Fo-cal!cd nllgiojs peopit- that this state has not I tin aln ad riaeltii. If thi.v would stand b what the know- as (listlngulstnd from that which thi-.v.guess.niid tlxn would act upon this know it ive, li ( wouldbec'timi-pi rtitt, and so would the x eial organization " cAiutor.i. ins n 1 r 1 1; AnSHMHI.Y. Iniiuunrnl (iiitlieiini; Gltiu Under itp-st SnieeHfiil Atisiili e-.. Carri;ll Institute prestnted a gala ui pc irancelasl night, the ou-isjon being the luiiiurntioii of a social function in the ronu or a scrjes of itssLiuiiiie t in- givin luoulhl throughout the winter to the numbers anil their friends Mr N T la.vlor pru.ich.nt of the Insti tute huspilabl pi iced the whole building at the disposal of the guests and the com inittie lu thaigt Urt nolhttig undone that could com rili ue to thur pliasure. The gvuiiuisluiu proveil n iiopitlar resort so long as the ilas inembt rs wire gull g through their athletic exenist., nut. r the direction of Prof Joie and the Institute orchestra, led b Mr Jiielson attracted the luajonty ur the ounger people to the- hall room lloor. The library, with Its s.OCO Imk.Vs, its liohshetl flenirs mill ioz reathng lamps, was a desirable spot, th tl attracted -votitrits enoui,h lo nil th- cli nr, anil the big wotnltii balls In the lmwling alleys down in the btsciiicnt wire kt pt rolling ptrsistentlv from the I it,lnning'!f Ihe evening lo its close During the- evening vocal numbers Were rendered b Prof: and Mine, ilalua. The InMlinti colors wl lie ni il vellow. were inrri-tl out In a tloril arrangement or inaiiilirrin anil ivorv t hrvsuiithtmt ins, and the t ntlrt builtliug was tlccor.ileil with a profusfou of i alms and made pic ture s,iio in n..iu n.se and orange sh.eUetl 1 mips " Im coinimttit- win, ass slid preshknt Tavlor were Messrs ilichail A Kt tin, Jthn J Dolin, George- T Cox, Harrv II Merritt, William 1. I'ow ir,l, John T trow lev, Joseph A Iliirkitrt, II Irank Mill. Joseph i Wilier Ji tin 1 Nolan, Dr (lurles K o Connor, lit renrd il Brill gtt, D Carroll Dlj-gi-s, and Gu rge- II. ei Connor. Among the ci c-sts wire L "I Me Cormick mid ladies, Muhutl ilangan ami ladies, Mrs W II. IHLoiig, Mr lelw.irelJ Wnlsh, Lieut and Mrs Amiss. M. V Knslnskl and Indies, Mr N J. C O'llritn. N K O'Hhia and 1-idi-s, Mr. anil Mrs Joseph Griffith, Mr Geeirge O Connor and ladles, Pt rev I- I.eirh ant! latllts. Mis F Mulallv Mrs r.innv I". iltlone, I'dward J Collins ami Indies Mrs JehnT. Fallon. W" II. M irknter, Mr. John Gorman and ladies, Dr A i'ats-cllir, Je lin G. illllir and ladies, Mr Jc hn II 1 urch. Mr. It t. Sullivan and iir Kol ertl't rLinck CHICAGO ikicioh nis.viri:it-. IIi-lKtln-IIii-liiinil of'-Iete-sa Dean, the- Mitn. I hit ago, Nov 5 An afternoon paicr sivs Dr W. Lewis Tallma-i, one or the best known phsici.ef.s il. thleigo, has been missing sliice- a wick ago csttrtliv lcres.i Hem Tnllman, wire- of the missing dueler, is iie.irlv prnstritcd ovtr hir hus li ni IV disnppcirance and this afternoon applied to the pilicc for assls'ance- in lo citing her In.sbanil. The police sa that there- is a woman m the ca-c, and nllige 11 it she Is a ilrs t iiinon.of n mvilie III Mrs Tallnnu was seen this afternoon, and was rcli-.itai.t In speaking about the matter. She said her liu-.li mil was in Chicago la' I night and lint he PH carl m the evening with ilrs Cannon ilrs Cannon Is -he div creed wife of Orville Cuinon, of Danville, ' s-iid Mrs Talliiiin "She has been living at the Gil-it Northern lie lei sum- mil-, and tuv luifbaiid l-eiame acciUtinteel with her. A few weeks ago Mrs Cimion, while driving, ran over a child and ileuctln s hue since hounded ) er she uskul the doitor to as sist her and he promised lo do so and with her has Lien e'odgiiig di lectins for sonic time." Dr T.illimn is house phvsiclan for the G't-at Norlhcrn, anil his wife Is wulil known in new-piper eirchs as "T-n-sa lean," i writer of considerable nhilit. Dr Tallin ill was born in New York, ami is mtlmitel coin eetul with some of the best families of New l.uglmd. 1U.1 ClIUCl.K.H'ls AND Hm-slUIIT. I'tiprote-etiil JaiiiipM Kiiunil to He In- JurioiiH to 'Uioni- I'sitiji 'llic-m. AmeiitU'i a'oiniial cf J'liu'oti ophy. The question of Injur to the c-e-s from clictncPicht is be i ng prominent 1 ihsuis-isi b sucnilsts, oculists and I lymen through out the countr. Wlnleopiuioii witlil Hir ters as to the ultimate injur like 1 to re sult rrom Ihe rapid! liicrtasmg use of elec tru It . the c otisensus of opininn is that light from uneovcrul or uuiolored globi s Is w ork-iiigil.ii-i.'getolhei.vi-'ishtor huiuanitv In auiseussionof thesubji-eta Loni'.o'u lee trie light Journal, in defending its trade, feels called upon to make some important nil missions Il s.ijs "It Is not customary to look althe sun. anil not ev in the-most ci tliusias tieclectncla lwoulelsuggeststhntn.ikiilnrcs and Incandescent rdami nts vv i re objects to be gazed at withojl limit. But naked arc lights are not usuall plated so as to come witliin the line of, iglit, and when the do accident.ill, whatever may result, the- in Jury lo the'e-yeis quite perceptible. The filament of a glow lamp, on the other hand. Is most likely to meet the ee, but a frosted bulb Is an extremely simple and Cummon wa.v or entirely getting over the difficult. The whole trouble jcau be easily rcmiclicd by the use of "properly frosted or colored glass globes In an case, however, the aitual perm i ncul Injury to the eye by the glowing fila ment Is no greater than that due to an orcliuary gas flame." Ilaril-Worketl. "Cousin Josephine, who are the laborlns classes?'" Laboring classes? Why, society people of course." Chicago Record. imrniifnfmiiiimimmpmmiinmiimifiiiiif I Emrich's Popular Markets I ,n JIERE'S A GOLD JV1INE 3 TnSBsf0!!!, Tr.U A&SV vrTiDT Hr s3wliwryrJa ,fis--srvt?iicA -irv rffTTLi fll KS eJ IS, Bring This List to Any of Our Stores. 1 Tempting Prices for j Friday and Saturday. Home-Made Sausage, Pudding, Head-Checse, and Bologna Fresh Every Day. Fresh Tork U 7Ko KrcshUver r'e Itouiul Ste-vk I" -, . , Snrlom hte-vic . Ih lOcamll-- Tih'c Cl.fpsc lb.. 1-C J- INT-Vr ri.GIN CItKAil l.HV niJTThlt ...." 'l,iirlt"l,riiits (ver line), lb I'ouiid H9II lb . 38c Ha Best lSc Sugar Corn Today, 10c a Can. Tortcr House Steak 11 14c and Ific Knastllcef .. . .lb. ItcandKc l'rlme Kih ltn-ist..lb Urtol2o Stewing Meit lb., ."c MeatlowSvrcet Clieoc lb . 10c Dcst Ureal (it coat) loif.. 4o Canned Corn . ....can . 'c Table Peaches.. ... can.. 10c All Goods Guaranteed Satisfactory or Returnable. Choice Comeil llccf lb. ."c Corned Ham- . lbr. loc I'ure Leaf l.nril lb 7Kc I'omiiounel Iird . .....lb . oc Table Pears .....can loc licit S U Hams .... lb 12c Kerr's Potato Chips box 1-c llistiturbankPolaiocs.hu.. 47o J0 &i THE Emrich Beef Company, I I Main Market and Groceries, SiSS?2 1 Bmiiuiimiiii umui liiumuiiiiiiiiiiiiu 01111111111111111111111 iiiuiijuiiiiiiaiiiiiji FOR UNSKILLED LABOR. Workrooms Where Women Can Find I Employment. New York. Nov -One of the most difficult problems with which charitable organizations have to it al is how to li eit application for alel freim women tevond middle- age who il-, not kuov how to elo the simplest thing will, and jit whom ime- ilw-s not wisli to still further pauperize bv giving them alstance- without at least an at't-mpl ror v Hue rmlwl ' The m inner in which the problem has Ihiii met and satisfactorily sivtel In NiW York and a few otter prognsMVe cltlis oJght to furni-h valuable suggestions to tit- nuir mus org imzatlons all over the countri- still struggling with this most pernli-sins question It is as will lo understand trim the Is ginning that exptntnee- bus piovcn that this method ot hilping the pi or to hilp them-ilves mist be- conduct! tl as a be nivolence. r.ir notwithstondlng the fact lint it Is rountlitl up u me principle- leai adequate HI or :i ust I e givt n in ixchance for supplies, such an nrgmlzatlon eau not be m itle se'r supjiorling. The hiailqunr'ers) of this reemtly ilo velopcd chant gce-s b the name of 'Workrooms for I'liskillul Won in" and to these room" tin rh'Umthri'p-e merthint is a'ked to "end hi left over remnants and samples, his odds and ends' ore-very description Here, too, charitable grocer 1 housekeeper st ml eontn! utlons or te a, coffee, sugar, flour in r.ut. anything n the wav or ptt.v'sitn The reomsare alto a gnat repository ror tltuioile- hats anl gown'1, half wirn bouts and simcs, rrnved suits or cltth-s, etc., from wtlltestln fain lies Indeed, the npptal to tht "fritnell visitor" is to the iffect that nothing is too 1 adlv vv om to 1-e made to serve f orn--useful purpose In the- Iicnds of the- scclt tv Hats are rcnodilid. garmintsare repaired antl made over, anil surprisingly prett niw ores are-ofim i vclvul froracombina iers or samples antl remnants These are ihen carerullv appra-sul I y thecimmittit md invenlorittl vitli tthir giMiels to be e.iven to the womHi In pavment of work Money, In ract, is I ever istid the in, but thev are rtiuuntratid forthilr lahor out of the supplus selecting flcur or mi at. gown or hat, shoes -r ste ekings, aci ordmg to their greatest iifhIs The room are provided with lulli rooms and ii ems for panfv-lngclo'hing and eicli womiii iiixiu apphiation for work is nnile to lake a tMith while her garn e-nts are li Ing fut-iig itul tint it is a icrfectl ele-.inl lot of women that one riiuls at we,v hen- It m iv be well tn add that the new folding luth tubs are found lo li- es peel illv conven ent in institutions or this character The work of the women Is grided enllreb by thur cap ilulttie-, antl 7m effort is all the time m ide- to tc-iih thei i better wavs of el ilng: but the adage "Il'sh ml to te.-uh an old dog new tncks " never hnd more convincing proof than In Ihe CIS" of tlie-e- "unskilled wone-n' AH cli intab'e org.mintloiis have- come to know after the eis rii lice of viars that thiir onl i-nninent ami ifrecllve wirk must be- elnui with the ililldnu. t-tlll this oilier cannot be left undone It iHn a! most Incredible that women could 'i.tee cvt n existed beyond middle age anet ne r hive It-irned more tlnu o-ne of this,. womeukiiow Anv t.nt-of them vviioc.mtie t utght to sew- sufflcientl well Is illow si to work up-ill the remodelling or the- oIJ garments. Bit this work his. to te don niaiiil h the charitable women in chirg.- as man or ihe applicants eio not know in the be ginning even how tv sew carih t rac-s. They are first set to ripring and chiming old ilothi.s. raveling bits of cariict, .u sortin..; wikI thus net lined, knitting mats, uitinc .md sewing iri t rags, weaving carpets, mats, etc. Lvcry parucie- oi lell over mitenii, tiown iu im- a,iiii.-i cllppiug. Is utilized In this work, and the c irpeting is sold at market price to in store or l rson wanting It Verv prettv rug1- are m-iile Otn-sociit in p-irticular found such ready sale for a speual bath room rug that thev evolved out of this work, that they found it worth their while to buv new material for Its manufacture. It was in ule entire 1 of blue-glni-liani: the- ci titer or the rug bt ing or a Iigh' shade, with a dtep bonier of a elarl -ir blue, ami a pretty eurkd fringe- of the unlvvistcel warp at eitheri nil These have proved vi ry popular not only tin account of their exceeding prcttlniss, but Lecau-e the.v can be s easily washcel. Anothcrof these rugs adorns a ehaFming home. thrown over.n inahog.inv settle, the ctreet was s pretty that one could lianlly iHllcvethat it was only the homely rag carpet. The center was entlrcl of white and was finished with a deep tinnier ot shaded reds. &("! another vcrv prctt article of their manufacture Is a table spread made from bits of velvet that ac cumulate from time to time. Thcse.jJeces are cut into strips, sewn toceUiir. and then stitched Into a Told with the edges, turned lnw ard. This Is then woven into a square with'sonie fine and pretty colortd warp. Oneof their most useful and saluble articles. for frugal housewives. When a you are out prospecting for proper Groceries and prima 3 Meats, come and see what we ?do for our patrons. Xobody er sold GOOD Groceries r rfor so little money as we do. 31 If you spend as much with 3 its as you do elsewhere, you'll ha e to get an addition built to your house. 3 Fresh Iruits and Vegetables Re ceiveJ Daily. Enirich's Hui.trlative Sclf llilslug Duckwlieat, 3-lb pdckae 12c Aunt Jemima 1'au-CaWu Hour package.. 10c I rue) Glass of German iliwinl .1c and Oc iliucc Meat (None smch, loc plckage, 3 for ........ 23c ltovdstuecn rableSiruD ni il oil's Quart Jars, jar 20c App e llmtcriu S-lbcans Ireclruinttust.. canfc Do Heinz':, Baked Beans, Catsup, Etc. Pickles, 1 larlch ft Com Starch. lkg. He Kgg Noodles. pkg Zcaud'lc Lare Quart L'ott'o Catsup 10c Shieddetl I ndtlsh, 1 pkgs 25c Peach ltuttir .. .. cau tic itaearon..7c pg Ipkgs 2c lltliclcs li rring. Halibut in Gla-s Iront lloici 10c Branch Atarkets : 4th and I H.W., Sth anl I JT-W., 215 Inllani Ave. M.W.. 1TI Kill H.W., 2016 lth H.W.. Ma and JI H.W., 23tn and Pa. Are H.W., nth and if.T. Ave. H.W.. 2lst and K n.W., 30S7 M H.W. 3'S iS& Al'UUC whuc shirt bosom wl:U riU lar- jna cuff- to imich, are wtat we excel In. Allow us -ilo iij.T ime pactasc of laundry fur HU. vVe feel assu ed jou II liL our metliutl. Tolman sst. Cor. 6th and C. CNDERTAKERS. J. WILLIAM LEE. U-NUEIirAEXlt. 33' Pn. Ave. N. 1 . First clns- stTtlce. 'I'lione. 1.18 I. C. GLKNN JtfICHOX.i. L'NDLl.tAleLK AMI EMBALAlt-K. i'enna ave aid 2d -t se Terms reason ible Chapet for funcraU- Ti lepione 764-3 oc2 .Im em DIED. I WATK1N--On Novcmt.fr "J.instnnt Paul, titloved son of Nicholas and Marv t Wat kms. ntcd five ears seven months and six. d is r iiiicr.il pnv ate Item LIVOl.F-On Wetlnesday. Novcmtier 1. 1 -sat, Louisa Elnolr beloved vvife-ot Iteorge hmolr iu her sc-vuii "Ixtti vear Funeral ironi hir I lie nKlcnee. lol.i t. slreet northwest on i-atunliy at - o clock Kel iii.es n,d iriemls areiuvitcit to atliml lioo 2t cm IIUYfMAN Theodore F . jr beIov,l husband or Jennie E. llu small. me Mcilc. il'iurtiil tUs lire- after a Img ami t-ainf il Illness, NoMmbc-r S at 2 " a ni Nittte- of runeral htrtafti r It cm HUI.LLS -November 1. P in Lo'Iic, dingliier ot W W and M E Bnlleu, ageti iwent ears, ten uior.ths I'tme-nil from resalencv, IOC st re In il.i, -t p m lUltimoreanel Wi st Virglu! i nape's, phase cop Ml'LLEN OnWeilnestlav.Novenititr t.at Cit Hospital, Michael itulleu, ae.1 fift-five- enrs. Iiuic-ral Frlel iv. a. ri , from Co-till s utitlertakin establi-hme-nt, 71 H st a- 1 uucral private. It however, is the hospital pillow The onli n.irv leather pillow is rreeiucntlv too hiat iugiorttit rev erish pint m.rml iht s.xirtv receives lirge nrelers from liospitals for Hie cooler and lighter cushions which trey endeavor to keep on ham! I or the eov iTing of these they use odd pie-ces of silk, or old silk handkirehiifs wiittitni-v nrc full elctnse arcl line with cIicvm clotle These t lev till vvith papt r which has tmn cut into ver fine strips. One could hirdlv iiuaginc ivithotit vms them how natty iiglit and ort these casiilons are. anil how long the rstain their flufflne-ss mil in worn mis so ileue orinapt that she-cannot bcluught to cut the (kiper pniperlv The slippers imtile- from rt inn nits of car pet are al-u m- st i:, rul and avnlLibit They are- rattier difficult to make, anil t no tnjist 1-e- prtivii'eel with a tlioroashlv cor rectpittern Tit-semiskilled wottiii.how-c-vt r, have tun taught to nuke- thim is imlingU wilT Tla -oils as w.ll as ihe upper part are- inadeof iarpi ting, anil all nt.itlvlineil with dark canton lliiintl. .1.-.1I ftnlshetl with a fclneiing of carpt c braid As an iximpli- of the ixtt to whi li apparently wonhlt-ss material cm' bt utilized, eiui'e a pnlt v comfortt r iw- n iintlvoii exhibliien, thecovenng or whicn was pieced ciitirtlv from Ihe- tops of oh' stockings. Al first thought, this si, nr. almost ii waste t f tine with cheese clctli onlv .". tt nis ,i yard, bat it is not erJv that in thin- sode lies evirv pinnv counts, but out must al-e I ike Into conshh nitlou the fact that the ntiliug furnished thcM- Ignorant women with isactly what they stand most in null of. viz. work, und -i sort of iducatlonal cUsiipluie-Iii w.ivs aril means " Holders, lnunilr bags, anil bag of a more oni.tmeiitul ile-si ripticu are also among the ngular sti-ck articles Sug gestions as tn ingenious mithnds for stIU further application of work of this pruni tlve charai'er will always I e- gladly r ccivul by tl t se socleties- The work thus proviil.-it these won in hat. often Hires 'ervcil lusttail of "eme j'tMicv rehif." .intt intlre families havt Kin feil with supplies given a mothi r f,.r her unskillul labor. Such service coual jiot, of course, find lis place in the busi ness world, as It cannot le utilized witn piofit. The women arc alwavs givin a goojl dinner at the work rooms, anil are allowed to bring ttelr children with thim wheiineccss-iry. Anolhcrihity of thecum- ' mtttce Is to endeavor to find permant nttin plopncnt for any ot Ihe-e womin who prove them-ilvis willing to work ami trustworthy, as the i mployiueut given ; the work rooms is snpposcd to lie only temporary. WAIT for tho great site or Piano", nhlch will be announced next Monday. Dr00PS,A ,A 4i 'r,S&r-. J-a--?t-y&g',!. -t-S-,. ir &' ..H-S-fJsSs;; liw ,-J-V '