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THE z WASHINGTON W iA HIl tt > r ON TIMES TIt1I nms TUESDAY XUESD DAy Y OCTOBER OCTOB P 22 1907 7
Po5siP G05SIP Qp F THESMARIS yjqj SIVIAR7 S li 7
SWEDISH SWEDISHMINISTER 5 VEDISH VEDISHMINISTER
MINISTER MINISTERENTERTAINS MINISTERENTERl7INS
4 ENTERTAINS ENTERTAINSTlw
TM Minister Mlnl ter from Sweden and Mine MineLageionuitz JtIJ JtIJLagelOtfttz 1Mitai 1MitaiLagetbcantz
Lageionuitz entertained ea entertained rtalnecl a company oo oonipazy ipaay at atdinner atdu atdfraier
dinner du JHilr last 1 t evening in the WiUard as asa asa asa
a test entertainment prior r to their tbcI de departure 4e 4epartl1re departure ¬
parture today for New T Yttlk rk from fromwher tromwhfFa rant rantwhere
where wher e they will HI sail October id on theXaheer the theKaiser tMIC
Kaiser IC WUHelm II of the North er GernienLloyd erm < J r rlaanLloyd
laanLloyd m nL1oydlIM line She will stop top at atPIz the thePlaza thePlaza
Plaza PIz Hotel In New York YorkThe YOIkThe YorkThe
The list t of euesta included the French Frenchambassador lrenchambaNador Frtaiciiambassador
ambassador M Jusserand J Jtuwru d the Braztflan Bra BrazlHaii B BztHan
zlHaii ambassador M Naboeo Admiral AdmiralEvans AdmtnLlBvanlJ AdmiralBanat
Evans BvanlJ Robert Bacon Assistant Secre Secretary Secretary Seerstar ¬
= tary tar otState of State Alvey A A Adee Second SecondAssistant SttOOAdA SecondAseistant
Assistant A tstant Secretary of State John Barrett Bar Barrett Barrett
rett director of International Bureau Bureauthe Bureau Bureauthe u uUte
the minister from the Netherlands M MVan JIIVa 1MtVan
Van Va Swinderen iftderthe the counselor of the theBrazilian theBmzllJan theBrazilian
Brazilian embassy em M do Amaral the thesecretary thEeoretary thesecretary
secretary of the Swedish legation le who witodaring whoddrtns whodaring
daring th the absence of the minister wilt wilta 1iUant wiltact
ant a t as charge daffaires datral Th The dinnerwas dinner dinnerwas dloaerwas
was served in the red dining dlnln room of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the WHard and the table was effect effectively effectIvely effectlvely ¬
ively decorated with yellow and white whitechrysanthemums whitechrysaatnemullUl whitschryaanthemun
chrysanthemums roses and ferns fernsAx ferDLAa fernLa
Ax mtetttsting a q feature tc f the dinner dinnerw
w 4 i t4 k musical l program An orchestra orehestraresierad orchestrarendered orchestrarered
rendered the different national atN atr of ofthe ofUr ofthe
the Ur countries represented by the guests guestsbeghutinic guWobCtBahtK gueetebe
beghutinic be to dog with the French national air airTin 11TJIe atrTit
Tin aarselllalseThe Marseillaise MarseillaiseThe MUMIIIaIMbe
The Minister Mlnl ter and Ante Jjagererantz Jjagererantzwere J Legerereatzt raats raatswere
t were the guests cf honor hon of the t e RUB JlusBian RUBIan Busaian
Bian Ian smbaseador amH MtlfX at luncheon ft Sunday Sundayaud Su Su81Ml Sundayand
and Saturday 5aturd evening enlnc were entertained entertainedat eatertah ed edat
at dinner by the Brazilian ambassador ambassadorThe mbadorhe timbaseadorThe
The he minister mlnl tti and his wife iCe nave beenIn been beenin bMnIn
in this oowntry for Uie past sis > mo monthsand months monthsand th thand
and are now going over to spend JWl the theChristmas theChrt theChr3etmas
Christmas Chrt tmas holidays in Sweden with their theirInteresting theirIntere theirintereeting
Interesting Intere tlftg family faU which hich they will willbring winbrln Willbrlng
bring brln back with lth them Kiss K Lager Lagerctantz LflprCl L i er erclantx
Cl ctantz aau will be one of UM tll sea seasons ans se ns
debutantes debutant eo coming uIag awt iormany 1 R7 fln fist > t
in her own country Thty will return
to WashlR Washington on In January JanuaryCaptain JanuaryCaptiin JanuaryCaptain
Captain Wood Here HereCapt HereCapt HereCaptL
Capt the Hon Horace Horae Wood of ofthe ott11e ofthe
the British embassy arrived in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Saturday from IBngtand 00 He Hecame Hecame Hecame
came directly to Washington stopping stoppingover S stoppingover pptftg pptftgover
over Sunday at the Shoreham but is isnow Janow Isnow
now established e 1tl1 hed for the winter in Apartmonts apart apartments part partments ¬
ments at IslS N street streetNetherlands atreetNetherlands t tNetherIands
Netherlands Minister ReturnsThe Returns ReturnsThe ReturnsTJte
The minister mln t from r the Netherlandsreturned Netherlands Netherlandsreturned Nethellandtlreturned
returned to Washington Washtngton yesterday ay from fromNew ilOlft ilOlftNew froniNew
New York York where he went en A a short shortbusiness shortbusiness ort ortbuslnftM
business Hip the latter part of feat leadweek featweek tweek
week weekBishop weekBishop weekBishop
Bishop Smith Leaves LeavesBtehop Leavesal LeavesBishop
Bishop al ftol Maokay Smith efPitIIedelphts efPitIIedelphtswho 0f PMfedelRhta PMfedelRhtawho PtIlDktaWAO
who was waa the guest over Seiwtey ef Btsh Btshand Btshp Btehop
op p a and Mrs Satterlee returned t tadeiphia t8 <
Philadelphia adeiphia yesterday yesterdayColonel yetltentaCelonel yesterdayColonel
Colonel Scott Visiting V VisiongHere VisiongHereCol iting Here HereCl
Cl H I L L Scott Scott superinUndent Mlperl taRdent of ofWest etWent
West Point is spending a feg f jr Onyr My In
Washington at U tl Uve s ArH illagtodE illagtodEGeaeraI ton tonGeaeral i
Geaeral Ge e l Grant Here HereBrig HereBrlg
Brig Gen Frederick D Oral Gr 4 40gton Jj in inWashington h inWash
Wash Washington 0gton a guest uest at t tbs th Arlington AsilegtoaMis ArlingtonMiss ArI1ft toR toRMia
Miss KtcVs Debut DebutThe DebutT DebutThe
The T e Chief Engineer of the Navy N 7 and andMrs adMrs andMrs
Mrs Henry W Fitch will introduce introducetheir Jfttretluoetheir Introducetheir
their daughter Miss Henrietta fftIP etta Winslow WlnetewFitch l1 WinslowHick ln Iow IowFttek
Hick to Washington soofety at a tea
November < 27 in then home ho on Massa Massachusetts Ji Jichusetts Maasachusetta ¬
chusetts avenue avenueMrs aV8l1MMrs avenueMrs
Mrs Candler Harris a Visitor VisitsrMrs VisiterMrs VisitorAirs
Mrs Florence Candler Harris an1a ef At Atlanta At1aJtta Atmanta ¬
manta 1aJtta is I visiting the family of her herutMle Iterunel heruncle
uncle unel Fred Beall at 18M IE O OtemWa OtemWaroad ohnnb4arOAl Oslvasblaroad
road northwest t Mrs Harris is a a signalof sister sisterof 8IIIterof
of Bishop Candler CandlerMarriage CandlerMarriage CandlerMarriage
Marriage Reception ReceptionInvitations ReceptienInvltatiOllll ReceptionInvitations
Invitations have been received rec here herefrom heretlOllt herefront
from Mr and Mrs fL Daniel < C C Coblens Coblensof Cobleuof
of Baltimore for the marria marr marriage recep reception r reception p ptJQn ¬
tion et f their daughter Blanche Jaaobe4 Jaaobe4J lnnche and andJoseph andJoseph
Joseph J Caldwell Wylie of Washmcton WashmctonWednesday VuhifttttonWeda6llday Nashie ton tonWednooa7
Wednesday evening November 4 1rorrto from fterra
a 2 > to 11 li Sill 211 St Paul street treet Baltimore 1alttmoreTh BaltimoreThe BaltimoreThe
The Th wedding wedel will take place at 740 and andwill andwUl andwill
will be attended only by s F small fain fainfly ¬
fly 11 party and aJ d a few intimate friends friendsEngagement friendsEngagement friendsEngagement
Engagement Announced AnnouncedMr
Mr and Mrs Francis A A Davis of of1W6 of1iO ofiel
1W6 iel Park avenue Baltimore announce announcethe a annoupeefile IM UQt UQtthe
the engagement t of their daughter bt btSaJl Miss idesSali MissSaliievSrginla
Sali SaJl V nDavis Davis 0 0cer
SaliievSrginla tw Harrtaon ttett ttettcar Settrev
car Penn of Atlanta Atlanta Ga Thew Th TIM w wwill t1lnl big bigwill
will au Saxecemberplace take place during dur1 g the month of ofDe
December DecemberHiss DeoemberI DeoemberMiu De Debliss I
Hiss Doyle Dayl to Be Bride BrideThe Briden BrideThe
The n engagement to announced ef MiesCora Miss MissCera Jdt JdtC8t1L
Cora Deyte Do yle to Prof Bwrtell of oCctllea Chicago ChicagoUntvorstty ChicagoUaIv
UaIv Untvorstty the wedding < to t talr take k place
lit 11 I December DecemberHurdle Dc DtcembevHurdleSandersea ember emberHurdleSanserHR
Hurdle HurdleSanserHR HurdleSanserHRAnnouncement HurdleSanderseaAnnouncement Sander en enAnnouncement
Announcement is made of the h M mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage of Miss lU Fide May SJaunderson SJaundersondaughter Sit Sitaauchtter undersnn undersnndau
daughter dau er of Mrs Henrietta L i Sander Sanderson SanderJIOft Sanderand ¬
son and WIlBam L Hurdle jr Thurs Thursday Thunday Thursday ¬
day October 10 11 in the ChunBh ef the UieTransitguratton luTraJutll8Uration theTranstlduration
Transitguratton New York city the theBov UteRoy theRev
Roy Dr G S S Houghton ulBdatinf
i After ut November 1 Mr and Mrs MrsHurdle JtrHurdle MrsHurdle
Hurdle will reside r at MB Maryland avenue ave avenue a8nue
nue northeast northeastWedding JtOrtJt northeastWedding t tWeddin
Wedding Weddin Invitations Oat OatInvitatioiMi OtttIJ1vttatloltB OutInvitat10ris
InvitatioiMi are out 01 for f the marriage marriarcf JIMlrriBpc
cf Mlw II Jamie Carlisle daughter d 6f 4lrs 4lrsWilliam > lrs lrsAVllllara InaVUlIam
AVllllara KlBkead CarUsie n to > Frederick FrederickLAthron FredwtckLatkrOt FrederickLatbron
LAthron Allen Saturday a afternoon nftOftloftmber afternoonNovember ternf on onNovember
November = t L at 1 oclock in n the family rirudlyresidence familyresidence 1kIaU 1kIaUdt
residence dt MM 14 K street At t home cards cardsinclosed cardllIncloHd cardsInchwod
inclosed are for Ml West W 2nd avenue avenueNew aVen aVenNtw avenueNew
New York city dtyTharmans cityThurmans cityThurman
Tharmans Wintering Here HereMrs Herer HereMrs
Mrs r Thurman and Miss Thurman wife wifeand wlteand wifeand
and daughter of Judge B G Thurman Thurmanof
of Lunar Mo are spending the winter winterin winterIn winterIn
in Washington Waahn ton < at IStt Fairmont street streetMiss streetOss streetMiss
Miss Thurman is studying vocal music musicliterary ma mau musicunder
u under PNf Garle8Hn ad sa taking a aliterary aliterary
literary course at Fairmont Seminary SeminaryA
A B Butlers Return RetnraMr RetunaMr ReturnMr
Mr and Mrs A A B Butler have re returned rltlr retqrued ¬
turned tlr to Washington W Wsahin ton alter attrtll8elllig traveling
abroad fqr a year yn t and hav bavi taken tak an anapartmont anaprunt an
r apartmont at t Wendell Mansion M Sheri ¬
dan circle circleMisses alrchMisses circlel
l
Misses Pattern atten at Home HomeThe HomeTke HomeThe
The Moses Patten have returned from fromhusetts fromthe fromthe
the Hot Sprtn S a and have 0 epeaed their
ho home OI Mhueetts X husetts avenue a for t or the theIf theaea8Oft theseason
season aea8OftMunyons seasonz seasonfun
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Munyons fun diiS Rheumatism eu l a1Slil Cure CureIt F ate ateIf
If you have stiff Ult or swollen Joints Jointssharp jol ints intssharp ts tsharp
sharp shooting pains lame back k or any anyrheumatism anyrbeumatla1n anyrheumatism
rheumatism pains MUNYONS 9XRHaLJMATISM SX SXRHEUMATISM SXRHEUXA
RHEUMATISM RHEUXA TISM REMEDY will cure curethem curethem curethem
them Money back if i it falls fallsc
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Mrs 1rs Roosevelt Has Party PartyIn P Fkirtvf rtv rtvAn
f
An In Box f at Gttte1 The Columbia ColumbiaMiss Col CoIurnbiM CoIurnbi1Miss mbia mbiaMiss
H
1Miss Miss London Goes HomeraJtcol Home Homers
M Mrs raJtcol rs Itoo Kewetrcdt + ilvolt cjiteiftaindd QII ejitaln d a S o bar party ppart alb the t o Golutnjiia OoIU JJ1H heater qhaaterla hater haterlAt heaterlast
lAt la t ovauinf oftllin to witness wiiD u the piaf performance ormanoe of Bffie BffieShnImOI Shannon an n Herbert HerbertKelcey Herbert HerbertXolcey ReibonJolceJ
Xolcey In the n Dew new w oclety play C grid Brldyo BrldyoJn lidlQ e eIn tt ttIn
In the pari party r wore ero Miss Ethel Roosevelt and andlre 1fe Kfer C house guest 5Iia 5IiaCornelia Alin AlinCornelia n nCorne
Cornelia Corne Limdon Captain Gilmore Commander Bead of oftll the May MayCower 1raylower fay fayflower
flower and Capt Fitzhugh LooMini Loo LooMim Looi
Mini i London nd t who w o baa h been a gue g11e test t at the White House House for the last lasttwo lttwowoltrtulIDecl lasttwo
two twowoltrtulIDecl wrgpke vr o k rptitrtted ret riied to her home in Now York this morning Mrs MrsBoosovelt 1tIrsR0080olt MrsRoosevelt
Roosevelt Miss i Roosevelt and Sfis MissLandon fisa J Lamlon ndon took their farewell fnre dl horse Jiorsobaek h horseback rso rsobaek
baek ride ia i RocK oef Creek Park yesterday afternoon afternoonThis afternoonThis afternoonThis
This afternoon the general oneral staff taff band of the Mexican army twill twillgive willgive ll lli
give i a aconaortin concert in the White House Hou e at SM IO Members femb rs of the Cabinet and andthe antithe andthe
the Mexican M 1Qn embassy and a few personal friends of Mrs Roosevelt have havebeen I18yebeen havebeen
been invited to attend Mrs Roosevelt will ill serve tea nftor the pro program program progran ¬
gram
s prominent t roD1I romltieat 8At800lf soalsty sOSISf Qr < y peonfe In the and aatfeooe autr8QQ8 andmoue
moue at the Columbia C lest m t night IKht we war warMr 1ot 1otMr < z zMr
Mr and Ud MBS 3 Juna geM R n Hendly C Cap Captain Captain p ptaln
tain and Mrs Jil1 ilorrow t rrow Major and JHl Mrs MrsLangfeU IraLanfaCftztall MrsLangfel
LangfeU LanfaCftztall Captain ana M ln Harden HardenMajor BardenMajor Bar an anM
Major M Jor CBby C by Mr and Mr 1f Dirs Fflling P ltnl Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs r John J bn Davidson DeLvkJ oD Captain CaI n and sndMrs andMr andMrs
Mrs Hooker Mrs Leonard Weed Dt DtMcLnughltn DlMeLkuhUn DtMcLaugblln
McLnughltn Mr and Mrs F J T D Pul Fuller Puller Puller ¬
ler Mr and Mrs Thomas Gale Gale Her Herbert Herbert Herbert ¬
bert GfI Captain and Mr Mrs Moore MooreCaptajn MooreCa MooreCaptain
Captain Ca tajnnnd and Mrs l Qual QuaJbOuaFh trough Lieu Lieuteeants Lloutftnants Llwtnt8
tftnants Graves Endress and Rockwell RockwellOommhwloner RockwellOOmmo RockwellCommissioner
Commissioner er and Mrs H H L 1 T West W8lttAlexaftder WestAlexander est estAlexander
Alexander Britton Mr and an Mrs J T TNewbold TNewbold L LNewbold
Newbold Mr r and Mrs 11 Curtis Kiel Dr Drard Dratd Drard
ard Mrs Glazebrook MM Wiley Dr Drand Drand Drand
and Mrs Alexander Magruder Admiral Admiraland Admiraland dmtTld dmtTldand
and Mrs Clover lovel Mrs May Ma Reb Reberlone1 R br brColonel r raonel
Colonel aonel and Mrs UII S Symons mons Miss Ml Mies Alma AlmaRdgglee AlmaRJ AlmaRaggles
Rdgglee w RJ Miss Newton N ANewton wton Major Ma and Mrs MrsFuller MTIIoFuller
Fuller wFuller General and Mrs Murray M rray Miss MissSawtelle lItIlItISawtelle MiagSawtelle
Sawtelle captain and Mrs Summerlin SummerlinMr
Mr and Mrs Coashail c an Gen John M MWilson MUlIOn MWilson
Wilson UlIOn and sister Mr and Mrs Mc McClure trcClure McClure
Clure Mr and Mrs Kara Mr and Mrs MrsClemont MrsClemolt MrsClement
Clement Miss U s Smith Mr and Mrs MrsHasens MrsHallen MrsBaeena
Hasens Mrs Virginia Vi nia Carpenter Gen General Genml General ¬
eral and Mrs litH llaU lia Mrs Grtllard Miss MissGllmore MI MIGilmore MissGilmore
Gilmore Mr and Mrs Fuller Mr and andMrs alldMrs andMrs
Mrs Cheetley Ch Mr and Mrs Kinne Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Snyder Snyder Mr and airs Stodard StodardMajor StottardMajor StedardMajor
Major and Mrs M loiter Mr td < d Mrs MrsMnnoney MrtJJ MrsManoney
Mnnoney J noney captain and Mrs McCrae MoCraeMiss 1IoIcCra4l McCraeMiss
Miss 4l s E S King KingJUise Kin KinJIM Kinghiss
JIM Archibald who has as her er house houseguest hou houpeAt houseguest
guest Miss Winona Shannon Sha no entertained entertainedat htltUA htltUAt
at t a box party followed by a sopver sopvereompiimtmtary MJPIterCODlptlMtmtary sapercomplimentary
complimentary to her 11 guest guestRosens guMRoeens guestRoeens
Roeens Give Box Party PartyThe PartyThe PartyThe
The Russian Ambassador nthu adbr and Bar Baroneas BarOM8 Bar005e5
oneas Rosen entertained at a box bo party partyat partat partyat
at the Belaseo Theater hut evening eveningIn eveningIn
In the company were tH tits naval attache attacheof aUacMot attacheof
of the French embassy Lieutenant Com Commander ComJnimdor Commander ¬
mander and Mme de Blanpre the Bar Baroness Baroneall Baroness ¬
oness BHjtabeth Rcaen and Prlree PrlroeKoudacheff PrlreeKoudacheff FrlroeXoudaoheK
Koudacheff of the Russian embbssy embbssyStfcff eJllbllalQat embttaayatsif
Stfcff StfcffSeveral at atsifSeveral ft
Several ftSeveral other prominent society ocfe peG peoni pene
ni e were in the Ut aiMien a audlenee 11ft1e e Ineluding th thformer the ther
former r Turkish Minieter and Mr HanJ Haftlra Haniera
hara era ra of the JaMu T Japrneae > ee embassyGeneral embassy embassyGeneral busy busyCr
General Crazier Cr zier Entertains EntertainsG4nlf Ente Entecnr Entertainsin
G4nlf in William WJm Creator CNd U S S A A A enter enterlalned entrrtamed nt r rtamed >
tamed the officers ef r the Ordnance De Department DeJMUtJllat Depertinent ¬
pertinent at t dinner last evening Among Amongthe Amongthe
the guests were Gen Alfred Mordecal MordecaiCol MordecalCol XordeaatCol
Col A H Russell CoL R Viraey Lieu ¬
tenant Colonel Bruit Mat B W Dunn
MaJ > O C Homey Horne MaJ George Mont Montgomery Ycntomery Montgomery ¬
gomery Maj T 1 C Dickins Maj L M
Fuller Maj J E Hoffer Maj Ala C C
Williams WIll lama Maj M F Harmon United
Slates Artillery Corps of New York
Mai Maj S Hof Maj J H Rloe Ma Maj D
MXins AL X Ito Ju Oapt aptawklns aptawklnsMrs pt H W W Sehull and cWt Capt t
W v J Hawkins HawkinsMrs H1klnsMts
Mrs Reber Returns HoneMrs Home HomeMrs HomeMrs
Mrs R Reber ber wife of Col Samu Samuel l Reber Reberwho Reberwho
who has been spending the summer in inNew InN InNew
New N w England with her father G Ge n Nel Nelson Nel8Gn Nelson ¬
son A A Miles has returned to Washing ¬
ton and has opened her home en N Nstreet Nstreet
street Colonel Reoer R ber is ROW In the
Philippines PhilippinesGardner PJaIUpplnGlrdner PhilippinesGardner
Gardner Glrdner Williamses Home Again AgainMr AgainM AgainMr
Mr M and Mrs Gardner Williams and andthe andthe andthe
the Misses 101 WttUams have returned front
the Massachusetts Ma North Shore and have
opened their house on R street for the
whiter whiterMr wtnterMr winterMr
Mr and Mrs MrsJTeg Jame J Crawford Benner Bennern Bennernee Bennernee
n nee Florence Toungblood are th the guests guestsof gueetaof uests uestsof
of Mrs rs Bonnets parents Mr and and Mrs
William YounsWood Youn blood at their home 17 In 1740
P street streetDr streetDr streetDr
Dr and Mrs Robert E Fleming FI8 llng of
Galveston Texas accompanied by their
daughters dau hterg Miss A1 Alma 18 Fleming and a d Miss
Edith B fth Fleming JII mln arrived in the city let letevoolnJ le e t tevenine tevenin
evenin evenine evoolnJ Washlh Washlhngton g They will spend a few days dayswith dayswltb daysh
with h Washington ngton friends prior rior to their
departure for Italy whore where the young youngwomen youn younOmen youngwomen
women will study art for a year while whiletheir vhU vhUUteir whiletheir
their parents ft l tour the Continent ContinentMiss Con ContinentMi55 t tlJ1I8
Miss Emma Ebert Ebert of Cumberland CumherlandMd
I Md who has been the guest Ju t of Miss MissMarie xl8 xl8Mule MissMarie
Marie Boyland returned to her home homeyesterday homeyesterday homeyesterday
yesterday yesterdayDr
Dr P K Murlln and Dr C H H Weiss Weissof Wetsof Weissof
of Annaoostla returned yesterday by
train from a five days > Lych Dlc1C lcyc trip to
Luray Va A a distance of M miles milesleaving mU milesleaving
leaving here last Wednesday Ve4ne 1 p m mand mand mand
and arriving at the latter point Sunday Bun af
2 o n m mThey 1ft 1ftTttey niTisey
They traveled tr oIed the pike road via Ia
Hagerstewn passing pu lng twice through the
Bluv Bin Ridge mountains The < Ae scenery scenerywas soeneryWU sceneryas
was as beautiful tiful through Shenandoah valet val ¬
ley et They y visited the caverns C8ern uc c Luray Lurayand LUNYand Lura Y Yand
and had a very enjoyable trip tripThe tripI tripThe
The Alpha Kappa Sigma Club of Ta
kcma Park met Saturday Saturda evening at atthe atthe
I the residence rest nce of Henry > C Clark on onaple
Maple aple street streetAfter streetAfter streetAfter
After a short business meeting the theclub theclub
club adjourned spending the remainder remainderof
of the evening evenln with games es and music
Refreshments Rt > were served servedAmong erve4mon sei e4 e4Amont
Among mon those thosepresent e present pre ent were Miss ie Kath Kathryn Kpthryn th thryn
ryn Whftmer Wh tmer Miss 8 Eva Kelly Pell Miss Sara
Ebzabeta Watkins Miss Julia Julia Prosser Pr r
James Jam M R Adams Harold A A Mooers MQ ers rs
Henry C C Clark and J Bond Smit Smitthen Smith SmithMiss SmltltMII18
Miss Kathryn Whitener entertain eutertalned
her Takoma friends in her bp home
Holly avenue last evening using In honor ef ofher efher r r1et
her cousin Miss Julia Ju a Prossor Prossor4 a graduate pradu gt1tduate praduate
ate of Powhatan Colleee West V VlrgiBla VlrgiBlawho YJrgclawbo Vlrgiu1ewho
who lives In Culpeper Va Miss MI Pro Prosserwill Proverwilt er erwUl
will return to her home on Tuatfday Tuatfdayand TuU TuUhfl Tueddaid y
and the gathering was wa a farewell party partySpecial HtrtySpecial 1 rt Y Y5Pecial
Special for This month month22Kt Month22Kt
22Kt t Gold crown crownrnriNGS l rvvm t 3 7 Se SeJ isaMzeewk W 5
I rtfzwwk T TrnrmGS Teeth TeethP1LLINGS
rnriNGS son sonHours 500Houra seeHours
Hours 8 to 7 Sunday W 1 to I L Gs admlDlsterod admlDlsterodaES admlIs admiaisteredmED ere l lZED
ZED CEO3S DENTAL DlN AL OPPICE orrICDI OPPIOEhis
I his 9 3 Fenno naA AVU ST Wf W
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from the friends whom sue situ has lists made madeduring ntdedvrta madeawdag
during < her stay with Miss Whltmer Whltmere WhltmerPint
MN evening was enjoyably a t with williIt withgames
It games and music Miss Yvtt W 8E r roe reft9r1n roedering
9r1n dering ring the Fifth FifthNoeturn Noeturn NoeturnRefreshments on e piano pianoRdrMhmenta pianoRefreshments
Refreshments were servos servosAmong servOtjAmong serve serveAmong
Among these th S present wore Miss lIl Julia JuliaProaser JuliaProsser
Prosser Mr and Mrs Whitroer 1Vhitms Mies Altefr ss ssLinda
Linda Whltmer Miss nss Nettie Whltmer WhltmerMiss WhlbJtlrMIllS S hltnibr hltnibrMiss
Miss Kathryn Whltmer Miss Eva Kelly KeU KeUU
Miss U Ethel Clark C rk Mis 3tlsa S Elizabeth ElizabethI ElizabethWatklns BUZbe4t BUZbe4tWatkins
Watkins Hugh 1t M Davie lbrold lbroldleee I o1d o1dNeoers
I Mooera leee James JAm M R R Adams and J JBond JBond JBond
Bond Smith SmithDr SmltbDr SmithDr
Dr and Mrs rs Archibald Miller have havereturned havereturned havereturned
returned to Takoma after an extensivewedding extensive extensivewedding extlvew
wedding w ddlng trip Including Philadelphia PhiladelphiaNew Phil PhiladelphiaNew ad eI Jha JhaNew
New York Atlantic City Buffalo Ni Niagara NIapra NIagara ¬
agara Falls Pittsburgh > Ittsblrg Blmira and WU Williameport WUUm WUliameport
liameport liameportThe liameportThe port portThe
The young yooD couple will 111 temporarily temporarilymake temperarllymake temporarilymake
make their home with Dr Millers Millersbrother Mt1Ierabrother atillerabrother
brother George Miller on Cedar street streetMrs 3treetMrs streetMrs
Mrs William A A Charlton C arlton who la vis visit visitIng yIMtIn k king
Ing In her friend Mrs Le J Biond Burdotte Burdetteof ufdotteor
of Piney Branch road Takenrn Heights Heightswill Helptwilt HeighhtsWill
will return to her home in CmJK county
Va on Thursday ThursdayMrs ThursdayMra ThursdayMrs
Mrs Joseph D Noah with her infant intantI Ifttant1MMl infantson
I son Joseph J h W both of WinstonSalem WlnstonSalemN
N b t win leave Takoma where she hasbeen bu bubeen
been visiting YIt1n for some months with her hersister berter hersister
sister ter Mrs Henry Henr C Cody Cod of o f Chestnut Chestnutstreet CbMtnutatN8t Chestnutstreet
street fer Rlehm Richmond RJeh pd d where where she will r rraam IP IPm iemaln
raam m IR until her new n w home at WintonSalem Winton WinstonSalem WintonSaJeJft
Salem is completed completedMiss cempletedM completedMiss
Miss M zmna mma l pendeUon of Chestnut Chestnutstreet CbHtnut8trt Chestnutstreet
street TakomaPark has returned from fromMarlbero romMarlboro fromMarlboro
Marlboro where here she was called t to at attend atten attend ¬
tend < the funeral of her niece n Miss MtosBmliy M MMlly MissBmtty
Bmliy Mlly Plummer PiuramerMr PlummerMr PlummerMr
Mr and Mrs James Llshtfoot ot Ta Takoma Takea Takema
kea Park Pz have returned te t th their r home homeOH botne1M Domeoa
OH Chestnut street from their t trip to tothe tothe
the exposition expeettioaMrs expositionMrs expNftlOftdrs
Mrs H Oppenheimer O belnler and her where whereMrs ntaeeMrs JdweMrs
Mrs David Goldsmith are are spending J the thefortnight Utefoctn thefortnlaht
fortnight foctn ht in New Yotk city clt wit with rela relatives r rtIT reiat ¬
t tives tivesMr tIT yes yesMr
tITYr
Mr and Mrs Elliot Strovse SL of Beltl Beltlinore Baltimore Bait1nrore
inore more have been spending spoodl a few r days dayshere datahere
here with Mrs Marx Kaufman KaufmanMrs Kau IxufrswtdMrs
Mrs Jules Hyman and children oJalltk of ofChattar ofChattanooga f fChattanooga
Chattanooga Chattar Tenn formerly of Aii i1g1attA A1iim
I gwU im G Ga are the guests pIe u of the iot iotniers 1lllers iena
niers a father H Strasburger StrasburgerThe Str StrasburgerFHTHIGHER burger burgerFIGHT
FIGHT FHTHIGHER HIGHER RATES RATESON RATESON
ON THE RAILROADS RAILROADSThe
The railroads entering Washington will willnot wUlBOt willnot
not force < ee the public to pay p y for the new newUnion neTtU newTJ
U Union 1on Station by excess fares as proposed pro proposed proHNed ¬
posed if the Washington Chamber of ofCommerce ofCQmmerce ofCommerce
Commerce oan prevent r vent It ItMembers It ItMembers itMembers
Members of the Chamber are arethoroughly arethorougbly arethoroughly
thoroughly aroused rou ed over the matter and andPresident andPrMldut andPresident
President Harper will this th afternoon afternoonappoint attelftoonappoint afternoonappoint
appoint a special committee of three threeto threeto threeto
to call on the railroads and take such suchaction sucbaction suchactin
action as may be necessary nece ary Mr Hat Harper Hatper Barper ¬
per was w authorized to create ere te this thl com committee committ committee ¬
mittee mitt at a meeting of the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee executivecommittee
committee yestorday afternoon afternoonSeveral afternoonSveral afternoonSeveral
Several Instances of the success of ofchambers orcUMbers ofchiambers
chambers of commerce in combating combatingsimilar combatingsimilar
similar action on the part of railroads railroadsin railroadsiIn
iIn in other cities were cited The members membersof membersof membersthe
of the executive committee believe that thatwith thatwith thatwith
with proper effort to put into the task it itwill itwill itwill
will be possible to defeat the scheme schemeto schemeto schemeto
to discriminate against Washington by bycharging bycharging
charging passengers for the use of the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Station StationHOLLYDHy StationHOlLYOAY Stationt StationNAVY
HOLLYDHy t WILL INSPECT INSPECTRoar INSPECTNAVY
NAVY YARDS ON PAGIFIG PAGIFIGUoar PAIF1 PAIF1Bear
Roar Admiral Richard C HollyiUy HollyiUycivil HOU Hollydeycivil f1y f1ycivil
civil engineer and chief chl t of the Bureau Bureauof Hureauat Bureauof
of Yards lard and Docks of the Navy De Department Department bepartmetit ¬
partment leaves Washington tonight tonightfor tOnlgbtfor tonightfor
for the tbePaclfle Pacific coast where he will willmake wUlmake willmake
make an Inspection of the navy yards
It Is I the admirals admiral s intention to go o U tc >
the Puget Sound station first where wheresome wb where wheresome re resome
some dfiUcuIiy dhiiculty has arisen In regard re and andthe to
the bids for the thentw now dock at that that sta station sta stapion ¬
tion lon The bids received thus far have haveexceeded hav havexeeedEQ haveexceeded
exceeded the appropriation
He will also ascertain the situation situationon
on the tb coast In regard to the arrival of
th the Atlantic fleet eet In December
1
TALENTED TALENTEDlvUSICtL TALENTEE3tlsa FALENTEDMUSICIAN
lvUSICtL MUSICIAN MUSICIANMARRIED N NMARRIED
MARRIED MARRIEDMies
Mies d Btfeel Ebel Anita Anita Holtzelaw H 1eJaw daughter daughterof
of Mr and Mrs William Baldwin Holtz Holtzetevr HeltzAJHI Holtzolew
etevr and Walter A A Gawler G wJer were mar marriedVthis marrlecRth marriethis
riedVthis riethis afternoon at 230 In St St Fouls FoulsXptoeopal PoulsplM PouhaIRaeopal
Xptoeopal plM 5 r1 Church C ureh by the Rov Dr Alfred AlfredHardtop AlfredHard AlfredHarding
Hardtop HardtopThe Hard HardThe HardingThe
The church was prettily prettIl decorated decoratedwith decoratedwtth decoratedwith
with yellow chrysanthemums chrl and iniiumareble in innumerable inumerable ¬
numerable lighted candles on the altar altaxshed aJt aJtall altarshed
shed all a left glow over the entire scene sceneAn cenaAa sceneAn
An intereatltig int feature of t the occasion occasionw occalltonthe occasionanal
anal w the orb orpt recital preceding the cere ceremony cereJItOIty coremony ¬
mony The bride Is the leading soprano sopranosoloist sopranosoloist rano rano1I01018t
soloist in Calvary Calvary Baptist Church and andthe udthe andthe
the organist of that church Arthur B BMayo Blayo BMayo
Mayo was in charge of the music musicMr mUMeMr musicMr
Mr Kayos MayO program Included Schu Schuberts BcbuSerenade Sehuharts ¬
harts Serenade 0 Believe Me if All AllThoM AUTho AllThose
ThoM Tho Endearing Young CharmsTraumeret Charms CharmsTraumerei CharmsuXrumenl
Traumerei by Schumann and a suite suiteny suiteby suiteby
by ny Ethelbert Norma For the entrance entranceof 9 trance tranceoC
of the bridal party he played the Bridal uBrklalChorua BridalChorus BridalChorus
Chorus from Lohengrta and the reces recessional reoe88Ioft1 recessional ¬
sional Mendelssohns wedding w9 ldiRC mazoh mazohThe march marchThe muchThe
The bride brid entered ent the church with her herfather bellather herfather
father who gave ft her in marriage marrta e She Shewore Shewore Shewore
wore a handsome tailored costume of ofimported ofbnpoted ofimported
imported brown broadcloth and a ohio chiehat chi chihat ohiohat
hat trimmed with brown rown velvet and andbrown andbIOWft andbrown
j i brown plumes phUII and carried rrllid an armful of ofpate ofIe ofpale
pate yellow chrysanthemum chrysanthemumMl cl1r8fttbemumilkla ehryaan smulriS smulriStlas
Ml kla tlas Pay ay Holtaclawwan Hottclaw wa her sisters Bistersnvrid sistersJaaW sistersmaid
maid of honor Her gown was a princ prinees princess prlncof
ess of tan messmline and she wore i ibrown lRoWft tbrown
brown hat and carried pink pt k cbrysanthe chrysaathemums cbrysanthemums CbryHnthemums
mumsCllttOit mumsClifton mums mumsClifton
Clifton XcJCiMW wa watJthe was the best man for forMr forJ forMr
Mr Oawler The ushers 1I JS who seated the thegueshTand theJuetlta theguests
gueshTand gue guests u4 preceded the bridal party to tot tothe
ftoValtarVore t the altar w Oty O O Gesata g fta of Lynch Lynche Lynchburg Lynehbu Lynchburg
burg bu Va an4 leb 10 e KelleY Kelkr Kelkgr al Charles Charlesgue CharlesMcAvor Chari CharireA CharlesatcAvoy
McAvor reA vor and Dr M IB Harrison Bar all or orWashington atWabinctOD etThere
Washington Washingtonafter WabinctODbe on onxae
There T be hera heraceremony was no rece d6D do followlnc foliowl th thceremony the
ceremony 11 and In re Guvler I Ilac env envtag
tag for th their lr bridal trip immediately intJnedJWafter immediatelyafter
after the ceremony After a Northern Northernside Nort1terntrtp Northesnitrip
j trip of about two weeks they will r rIdde re reside
side at the Landmore Twentyfourth Twentyfourthstrtet T1tentytottrtlastreet Twentyfoe tk tkstreet
strtet street between b tweeQ L and M it streets streetsMrOawler IItreetsMr streetsMr
> MrOawler Mr Gawler entertained the men of th thbridal tke tkebridal t t1H1dal
bridal party part at Ms farewell bachelor bachelordinner bach bachdinner bachelordinner
dinner Saturday evening In his horn hornnd hoManel borne borneand
I and nd M 1ti00 on 4ay evening the bride enter entertained entertlnecl entartaJOed ¬
tained the members Jnft bera ot the bridal party partyiVSSftiSXfV fty ftyand tr trUd
Ud the two families In tM home of o her berrenta herparents
parents renta 1lIt Jhellc1 str tr trIrs
iVSSftiSXfV Irs a Oawler wi te HWfttw well known mire I in Wads Vasslt ub ublftCton
lftCton ington par1leuarly part eubarly In Intea muatoaJ lttilyd4 lttilyd4At dreIeL dreIeLAt
At the petform perfonnesjct aee of The Mikado Mikadounder llkadVetl ttede ttedegiven
given Vetl recently at the Bas BeIueC o T Tbfter TbfterUnder
under the management a t C < rf Mr and Mrs MrsThomas X18Tbomaa
Thomas Evans Ev hihit aa Greene she made made a pro pronounced prolIounced
Toucsa nounced n hit in n the rol role ro of Turn Turn Turndteplayllng Y YcUeplaJ1Q
dteplayllng ply great gre greTess eat talent both aa an a act actress MItrea ¬
ress and d a vocaJfat vocalItThe vocaJfatThe voeaHaLThe
The phoenix Club ct Washington Washingtonevening Wa Washington lqton lqtonve
gave ve Its 11 flrW affair of this Sea o 1IOn last lasteY
evening eY I In 1 n l form fos n of o as a stmx theater tbtrINrtT theatereharVe er r
INrtT and banquet L The colt em iaeittKS iaeittKSpary IR n I Ie
charge eharVe e 1Jp of the th delightful ttul M attaIr ir jw jwMilton were wereUton w er erMilton 1
S ttey Ooggenhetm Ooggenhetmand GuUn GuUnand
Milton Uton xrorheim Sydney Sy
and G L 1 8 8 tewund Those lvme h present presentwere present presentws
Qroener OrmaerMonroe QroenerMonroe Qrllftftfonroo
were w ws re Eocene Yrang Clarence
Monroe HlUnderTpwey II1a kh 4ef l Percy y Hlrsh I lirsh Maurr MaurrWnxm 1IIaurTNmallo Maurylgmou
Wnxm Nathan athU Frank of Baltimcre BaltimcreBert EaIUmueBert EaithncreBert
Bert Cohen Philip Kronhetm Herbert Herbertheiw Herltertlfn HerbertG
lfn G eD helm MIlford 3 tD rn Leon Pretz Pretzn Pret2H
H f E Ifltafean JOI IUltuit Kntft Kntft1M Kreahei
hei 1M n m Sydney 3 Gu Ouscentontm genheim and G L Lfrteads L Lt LU Lromarl
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t > romarl Ricclards 1M begs begsfriends viii viiif
friends f in Phltadslnola and New Newt NewBIG T Teity Tcity
city t
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BIG PA PANAMA PANAMA NAMA DREDGE SAFE SAFEOfficials SAFEOCftdaJc SAFEOfSciah
Officials of the Isthmian Canal Commission Com OramtKston Comm1A1on
mission are relieved to learn by cable cablegram cableInm cablegram ¬
gram from Barbado Barbados s tlwj u safe arrival arrivalof
f of the ddepa d deepsea epMcL a dred dredge e Oulbra uJ bra which whichhas wbtelthaa I
has start started from the Atlantic coast for forPanama rorPanama forPanama
Panama by way of Jtfairellan Tn TnKatherin The TheK TheKatherine
Katherine K t 1erlne Me Men run recently r ntly bought by bythe b bthe bythe
the commission fur lr 36dJOQ st J66006 sailed this thismorning thi thiIIWmln thismorning
morning IIWmln from New York fir f < r Panama PanamaAs Pwazna25OOOaOO
25OOOaOO 25OOOaOOAs
9 a aAs
As a guarantee that the story of ofFather orFather ofFather
Father Johns Medicine is absolutely absolutelytrue abtioiulobtrue
3 4 r y7 d drJ
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true the sum of 25000 25000 will w ll be given givento giento givento
to any charitable institution if it can be beshown besbown beshown
shown otherwise otherwiseHalf otberwUHalt otherwiseHalf
Half a century ago when the late lateFather latetatIter lateFather
Father John OBrien of Lowell Mass JIewrecommended Marecommended Massrecommended
recommended to tokls his parlsntoners and audfriends andtriendtt andfriends
friends the proscription that had re restored 08lIt restored ¬
stored lIt r8d him um to health and strength tiM tiiepeople tiMpeople tinepeople
people named it Father Johns Icdl Icdlcine Mcdtclue Icdi Icdicine
cine cineIts cineIta clueIts
Its power to make strength str ngt and andImlld andbuild andbuild
build up the body ccplains why il ilcure Ilcu itcured
cure cu cured 1 QsMfi and all Treat and Lung L1 Ltai LtaiTre4ln r
Troupes Tr8U I
i I S SFive
Five ive Hole o e Cook a o Stoves StovesAt o e eecia
At Special ecia Prices PricesNo6 ricer ricerNo
No6 No 6 May 1000 1000No7 1000No
No7 No 7 IYlay 1250 1250No 1250No
No 8 May 1500Guaranteed 1500 1500Guaranteed
Guaranteed Perfect Bakers or Money Refun Refunded RefundedEBERL ded
A o EBERL EBERLYS VS 1 1o SONS
718 7th Street N w wt WEotablished
t E Eotablished b ished OvorXa1f Ovor Half Century f fl
l
Ii IiI IiC 3 3s
I s
C < L v
MrsCorbett corb t Testifies TestifiesIn I IIn
In Her HerDaughters Daughters Suit SuitTo I ITo
To Recover property
Photo by Pals Stttdto BteleMRS StttdtoMRS Sttt41toJIIRS
MRS CAROLINE F CORBETT CORBETTWb CORBETTWIM CORBETTWks
WIM Wb Testified Today in i Her Daughters Suit Against F A Penning
Mrs Caroline F Corbett whose com commitment comnNtmatt ¬
mitment to St Elisal EIIulds utks hs Insano ecnnI Asy Asylum MYhiM Aeyleat ¬
hiM more ere than two years ago aroused arousedher arousedher
her friends in Washington oe and later re resuHed re reaaahed resuhted I
suHed m ht a hearing before Justice Gould Gouldto Qoald1ft Gouldhn
to which she was adjudged a4J sane was wasa wuapta wasagain
a again ato a witness today on behalf 1 of f her herdaughter b baushteT herdaughter
daughter Miss Cornelia Corbett te thetatters the theJotters theatts
Jotters atts suit against Attorney F A A Fen Fonning JIenx Feniting
ning Miss x Corbett is wing tIUi Mr Fenning Fenningfor 1eItDln 1eItDlnfor Yenningfor
for personal property trhiet w whit let letbe sh she allege allegebe allegebe
be be as guardian for hA b > ibothehr r sold soldafter Boldafter j jatter
after Sir Mrs Corbett and Miss Corbett Corbetthad CorbettbacI Corbetthad
had been sent t to the asylum asylumMrs UIULXtL asylumMrs
Mrs Corbett wa WILII compteteir eompIet out of ofthe orth ofthe
the gloomy T picture p cture of the court room roomGowned rGHIGownecl rosin rosinGowned
Gowned in black rith every evidence evidenceof
of reiseit refinement re lement ent and culture about her It Itseemed Ited Itseemed
seemed ed as if her place should have been beento beenIn
I
to a comfortable old Colonial mansion mansionrather menstonrather JIt
rather than 1 in Ip i the steak 1IIe doll court courtroom courtrooHl courtroom
room with lawyers Ja Jaa may0bngoq staaMtto over her heraghttny herlighting I
lighting a felt u and jiantast iaee hWhatvirsa 1 er i + flJttn to toquestions to4uestiens
questions 1IMnB I
Her Her er Aatwacs Clear ClearMrs ClearMrs
Mrs X Corbett is a handsome woman womanwith wo wowtl womanwith
with soft features and a lovable IOftbIe81M eicprealoe expres expression ¬ j
aloe She bespoke gentle Ue blood In 11 every everywonl rnrTwont everywont
wont and expression and d answered the thequestions thequtson thequestions
questions put to her by the lawyer for
both sldef 1 with an alacrity aJa ri and clear clearness c108rthat clearu ¬
u ness a that in themselves seemed to give giveevidence giveevidence
evidence of her mental taI control controlEfforts 00IItr0IE oentroLEKorts
Efforts E ortJr were made on the part of ofcounsel otC01lDMl ofcounsel
counsel for MY Pennine FennlnF tc have Mrs MrsCorbett Mrs1 MrsCorbett
Corbett identify certain letters written writtento
to various persons IB which she referred I ito
to the property PlOper part of which Is In
litigation bat Mrs rs Corbett declared she
had no recollection of having written wnlleaany writtenany wnllcBany
any of them themEffects themEffects themEgects
Effects Brought Only 56oo 56ooThe 600 600The 500T1M
The sale of the Oorbett household householdeffects ho householdrfecta Jd JdC1ecta
effects brought something more than tltanINM thanMl Ulanaal
INM Ml and was directed d reoted by Attorney Fen Fcnnlag Fennlng FcmnhIc
nlng by order of the court Some Somemoney 50mb11OIMY Sometaasey
money lawyers for Mr tr Penning said saidtoday saidtoday
I
today Y was paid to Mrs Corbett Corbett and anda and1i andrse
1i a rse holds hold the rat in trust subject tc tcorder tconter toorder
order from the court Some idea of the thevaluation thealmUon thevaluation
valuation on the profirty and the rewits re results r rJulu ¬
wits of the sale Ue w were obtained durlttg
the testimony testimonyQory of yRene Reee Turner T rBet toe toecelebrated thecetebrft
cetebrft celebrated br1Ited ed Ainexiean A ricail y artist artlllt who is a
dose doIetriend friend of the family and to whom
be presented several vera of bfo most vale valuante Y valeahie llu llua1lM
ante paintings paintingsOne JNlin qs qsOne
One picot alono Mr Turner valued valuedat valuedat
at ftCt N and there were several more in inaddition Inaddition
addition addt OR to oil paintings valuable bricabrae bric bricabrac 1 rlc rlcabrae
abrac abrae French bronzes mahogany JBab anY < lur furniture lurnitnre
nitnre MId any number of miscel ¬
laneous article Th The entire proceeds proceedsof prvct cUs
of the sale of all these was a little
more than 5 16o W
j Nottingham Nottin hair Lace CurtainsRegular Curtains CurtainsRegular Curtains I
Regular 10 li0 1 0 quality per pair + 85c 85cRegular 85cRegular 85cReSular
Regular 200 qMali quality ty per p p 1r Jr eo eo 115 115Regular 115Regular 1Y5Regular
Regular 600 quality per pair pl r eo 275Real 275 275Real 275Real
Real Scotch Lace Curtains CurtainsRegular CurtainsRegular CurtainsReguIar
Regular 600 quality per pair 348 348Redl 348 348Redl 34SRedl
Redl Irish 1ri s h Point Poi nt Lace raceC Curtains rt a ns in inEcru in inEcru inEcru
Ecru EcruRegular EcruRegular
II Regular egnlar 850 O quality quaU i por pair 348 348Regular 3 3I 348Regular I
Regular 1500 quality l aUty par pair paJ eo 835 835Real 83iReal 835Real >
I
Real Brussels Lace Curtahis CurtahisRegular Curtail1sRegu CurtaiiesRegular
Regular Regu lar 1200 quality per pair eo eo 600 600Regular 800 600Regular j
Regular 1500 quality per pair SS901 SS901Regular S90 S90Re 590 590Regular
Regular Re lar 2500 quality per pair eo 1375Regular 1375 1375Regular 1875Reg
Regular Reg lar 4500 quality por pair eo eo eo 2500
1000 Real Irish Point Lace Curtains CurtainsIn I
In white wl tc 15 different patterns patternsRegular pRtternsRegnlar patternsRegular
Regular 1500 and 1800 qualit per pair 890 890
Ii i iDont
Dont 9 9a Be BeDisappointed
a e efete
Disappointed DisappointedWe
We Ire Having Havin fh fie Creates GrealeSlOF CreatesOF Greaf st stClothing
Clothing a Sale SaleOF i
OF THa THE THEFall TH THfall
Fall a Season e
5000 Stock Puroh Purchased Purchasedin aged agedIn
in Rochester a aOn at atn I
On n the theoilar
40 C 1 Dollar Dollarf oilar oilarIf I
Ie f Sou OU 2 need Winter CloUws Cloh CIoi tes dont
put off buying buyingCome bUYJn bUYJnCome buyinCome
Come Wednesday edn esda Y
TherofsSfillaFfaeAssBrtaent TherofsSfillaFfaeAssBrtaentAH There Is Still a FiRe Assortlent AssortlentAll Assortale qt qtAlt
AH Sizes All fillers AH AHBear AllBear AI AIBear
Bear the Ufiioalafaell UfiioalafaellAnd Union Lala La 6a1w 6a1wAnd I IAnd
And positively the best hand
tAilored lored garments that tba t can be pro ptO
du duHere aucd aucdHarsflre uced ucedHero
Harsflre Here Are a Few Samples Sam pies of oftlis ofthe ofthe
the Great Greatelues GreateluesMenfs Values Valuesf Y lus lusffens
ffens f ens Suits SuitsMENS SuitsE SuitsMENS
MENS E S FINE BLACK CHEV CHE ¬ i
lOT SUITS Wngle single nele or 1
double brcat breasted l Orlgi OrlgiMENS
nat price priceMENS price 4ili sale saleprice 7 50 50M
M MENS NS SUITS hi new hades had of
brown oltu In stripes tripe and checks
made ma e to sell for
h > to 35 6 Priced Pricedat Pricedat ci 11 1 5 i CA CAat 0
at this thl sale aaleMENS HeDU HeDUMmjS e eMENS
MmjS MENS SUITS S TS originally mark
od 3G 36 haoo handsomelytailored handsomely handsomelytailored omely
tailored and superb r
fabrics of latest stshade latestshades J Jshades 15 0 0
shades Sale price priceOvercoats riceOvercoats priceOvercoats
Overcoats OvercoatsCHILDRENS OvercoatsCHILDRENS OvercoatsCHILDrcEN
CHILDRENS S 1C6 ie of < g f rr
RAIN COATS COATSJIIced pricedat priced pricedat I 0
at thl this sate sateYOUKG aaJeYOUNG sateYOUNG J
YOUNG MANS PRIESTL PRIES i LT Y
CRAVXJNETTB CRA YBNETTE RAIN COATone COATS COATSone COAT COATi
one lot sold for US 12 A c cMENS
i b1g sae bargain for forMENS at this thissae 475 475XENS
MENS FINK OVEKCOATS OVEKCOATSworth O OVFNCOATSworth kCOA TS TSworUt
worth U2 I A tremendous tremen tremenMENS
dous s bargain at this thist I It 5 50
t MENS S3 OVERCOATS hand handtailored handtaf10rM handWlored
tailored and up to < fc 4 rt T > r r rthe
the minute In style styleand Cp 12 i 7 J H Hand
and fabrics tabr1aChildrens fabricsChildrens J JChildrens
Childrens Suits SuitsHundreds SuitsHundrdJI witsHundreds
Hundreds of u Suits Suitsfor Q > A e efor
for Children Sale Saleprice 1 i Ajfi Ajfiprice A8
price pri t p per r suit IiUItCHILDRENS AOTTW AOTTWCHILDRENS e eCIIILDRHNS L
CHILDRENS FINE FIN 5 5 SUITS SUITSmade SUITJmade SUITSmade
made with double seat double doubleknee uou111knee doubleknee
knee and absolutely absolutelyguaranteed n A Aguaranteed L
guaranteed never to torip 2 oQ 4 > 2 48 4 Aj Ajrip i t
rip Sale price p1le e Ao4V Ao4VCHILDRENS f i iCHILDRENS
CHILDRENS CIIILDREXSHEAVYW HEAVYWEIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTBLUE lr lrBLUE t tBLUE
BLUE SERGE OR BLACK BLACKrUJ BLACKrUJBE Till THiBET TillBET
BET BE SUITS st Urra lfS KnickerA Knlcker KnicKerboe6er 4 A n r rbocker j
bocker Sale pants 1 1Sale is or plain pIabaq 0 > 2L 2 5 K
price priceFRIEDLANDER
FRIEDLANDER FRIEDLANDERBROS FRIEDLANDERNinth I
Ninth NinthSts E EII EQ
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Heres 9 A Pleasant Surprise 0 For 1 You YouOur YouOur
Our Sale of Lace LaceCurtains Lacei
Curtains and Portiers PortiersContinues i sr f
Continues 0 0The Tomorrow TomorrowThe
The first days selling at this t hIS store established this immedlatel immediately as a reoord recordbreaking reoordbreaking reoordbreaking
breaking event Our buyer buyerfor for this department elated elate by his nd ls good fortune wired wiredsome wiredsome wiredsome
some of his favorite makers and importers with t the he result t that he corralled corralled enough enoughgoods enoughgoods enoughgoods
goods to continue the sale saJeanother another day The values are as great greatmayhap mayhap greater greaterthan greaterthan greater greaterthan
than ever The patterns and designs des are absolutely absolute y new Tomorrows your our last lastchance lsti lastchance
chance ch ce
i
Real Imported Ira orted Point de Arab Lace LaceCurtains LaceCurtains LaceCurtains
Curtains CurtainsRegular CurtainsRegular CurtainsRegular
Regular 14 15 and 20 quality per pair pairMarie pairMarie M MMarie
Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains CurtainsIn CurtainsInwhite
In Inwhite irhite or Arab color colorBegnlar colorRegular colorRegular
Regular 1200 qualify per pair 601 601Renaissance 691Renaissance 0f 0fRenaissance
Renaissance Lace Curtains CurtainsBegular CurtainsRegular CurtainsRegniar
Regular SOO 800 quality per pair 51 615 615Regular 515Regular I
Regular 1000 quality per pair ItO L f90 0 0Regular i
Regular S1200 1200 quality per pair 780 780Imported 780Im1orted
t
Imported Madras Curtains CurtainsNewest CurtainsNewest 1
4 4ouToau
Newest Stained Glass and Art 11 JfouToau ouToau Bffocts BffoctsRegular BffootRegular t3 4
Regular 1500 quality per pair eo eoPortieres SW SWPortieres t tPortieres
Portieres PortieresFrench PortieresFrench PortieresFrench
French Tapestry Portlores heavily fringed fringedtop fringedtop fringedtop
top and bottom bottomnll all colors Regular 1 1000 1000quality 1400Q OO OOI
qua quality tf per par pair f J I 890 890English l90English 90 90English
English Tapestry portieres in the newest nft1f newestshades t tshades
shades henry saloon aloon borders Regular 13 13quality 1 1quallty 12quality
quality per pair 799 1 1SPECIALOno
SPECIAL SPECIALOno One lot Allsilk Portieres in brown brownand IJro1fllaud brownalld
and ttc cream Regular 30 quality Special Specialduring SperlaldtJring Specialduring
during this sale per pair eo X1240 1200
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