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j vi!':5iIffS!5!5! .$.' 5ri- $j THE TIMES, "WASHINGTON. IeRI DAY. NOYEM3ER ll, 1898- LANSBURGH & BRO. SPECIALS kM Remnant Dep FRIDAY and ThWFJoor. SATURDAY, sSb"1 2,000 yards of light striped ioc Outing ciotii 6jc yard ioc fine bleached Cottou and Cambric 5Jc yard Simpson's best black and white Mourning Calicos 3c yd Shelf Oilcloth 1. 4c yard Scotch Plaid Dress Ging ham 3JScyard Odds and ends in Gents' Cardigan Jackets at one-half original value. 150 Ladies' Fine Cloth and Boucle Coats, last year's styles, at the following prices: $3.oo Values, $10.00 Values. S2,50. S3.00 S15.00 Values, 25.00 Values, S4.00 S5.00. This is an excellent chauce to obtain a good coat at a small out lay. Lansburgh &Bro 420, 422, 424, 426 7th. St. t Stoves, Carpets, t Parlor Suites, Bedroom Suites. These are the needs for Winter. We have a ereat variety of both J Heating and Cooklnc Stoves. Our J htock of Carpets Is the lament in Washington and Includes the greatest variety of patterns. "We coll trnnrl TSt-ukspIr at SO rpnls n J yard and reliable Ingrains at 30 .... .... ... ...uu, ........ ...... ... A free. A whole floor is devoted to Parlor Furniture. There Is .1 suite at almost any price you wish to pay, and an endless variety of odd pieces. Tou can't find better bar gains than those we offer in Bed Room Suites. There are hundreds of styles from which to choose. Everything in house furnishings is here. ALL ON CREDIT And the kind of credit that can be had In no other house. It's credit that don't cost an extra penny. We sell nt the prices of cash houses and let you pay as you're able a little each Teek or each month. No notes no interest. Ilemember, we make, line and lay all Carpets free. No charge for the waste In matching fig ures. Grogan's MAMMOTH CREDIT HOUSE, 17-519-821-823 7th St. N. W, Between II ami L o o $ WOESE THAN PULLING TEETH. Tvto South IVn k It t ii Krt on DentiHtN Alt' Xenr In Police Court. As the result of a personal encounter William II. Wunder and George B. Reeves, two South Washington dentists, appeared in Police Court yesterday morn ing. The former appeared as defendant and the latter as complainant, and the trial was by jury. Dr. Reeves alleged that he had been visited by Dr. Wunder In his office and assaulted. He presented a pair of discolored eyes as evidence of the assault which, he stated, was un provoked. He also claimed to have been kicked by the defendant. Dr. Wunder In his defense stated that he had visited Dr. Reeves In order to get an explanation from him rcsardlng cer tain remarks made by the latter. Several witnesses corroborated the statement of Dr. Wunder. Judge Kim ball charged the jury and a verdict of guilty was soon returned. A notice of motion in arrest of judgment was given by Attorney Turner for the defendant. FORMER COLLEGE GIRL Tell "Tale Out of School." "When I first went to the college, at Lincoln, Neb., the maid gave me a cup of coffee, the taste of which disgusted me and I sent It back with the request to get seme better made. The girl told me that they served mostly Pqstum Food Coffee, so when I got that properly, made It proved to be a delicious drink and one that I have used ever since. I find that many people make their common coffee in a very slip-shod manner, and even more. MRS. H- M. FLOID, Colby, Kansas. I believe, serve Postum In such a way that It Is tasteless and unpalatable. Ev eryone who has at any time had a genuine cup of w ell-made Postum likes it, and you may depend upon it that anyone who says they do not like Postum has never really had a good cup of It. The whole secret is in the boiling. It must be boiled long enough to bring out the flavor. "I suffered terribly with dull headaches before I took to drinking Postum instead of coffee, but these have all been gone for two years or more. I could give you quite a list of friends who are regular users of Postum Food Coffee, and you may de pend upon it that they have been greatly benefited by the change." KING'S PALACE DEPARTMENT STORES. KINOnpALACE Green Ticket Friday. Money-saving people are keenly on the lookout for King's Palace "Green Ticket" day, knowing from experience the thorough worthfulness of the wonderful values offered. Today will be a veritable "feast day. " Each department will con tribute a full share of pleasant surprises includ ing our Millinery, Cloak and Suit Department. Dollars will double their purchasing power tomor rownickels will buy like dimes. Read the list carefully it will pap" you well. We Trim AH Bats Free of Charge. S9j Children's Mother HuMurd Dres-cs, made of best Outing Flannel, Urald m and Ruffles. Sires, i, 3. i jean. If, Orecn Ticket Price lw OSc Children's Worsted Dressea. lin:d waist and hleeirs, itvers and handsomely In-aided. Sires, 2, S, 4 jears. Green SC Ticket l'rice uiv CSc Ladies' Sateen Skirts, with ll two runlet, full lenirth and width. 4-ZC Green Tickit Trice $1.25 Ladies Tine Quality Satfcn and Ital ian Cloth Skirts, prohbely braided f)n and ruffkd, flccce-Iincd. all lengths (YjCj and sires. Green Ticket Price uyv 51.23 Ladic' Flannelette Wrapjiers, ery heavy quality, 3 12 yards wide, lin d A vuUt end braided, up to date. Green flVC Ticket Price .-. wv C9e Ladies' Mack Sateen Wains, I 1 pleated iront and hack and stock 44C colors. All size. Green Ticket Pri"e. 12 Children's Short Cloth and Eiderdown Coat, braid and fur trimmed.- Some n sold as high as $2.23. Green Ticket rtfC Plice 7W 19c Ladies' Long Sleeve Ribbed fl Vests, heavilv fleeced, pearl buttons. C Creen Ticket Price 12 l-2c Children's Fast "lack Itihbed Hose, fires 5 to a 1-2. Full, seamlesi ihc and heavy quality. Green Ticket Price , 12 l-2c LiditV Fat Ulaelc Seamlesi Ilcne, H-Ie finished, about 35 jairs. firren TIcUt Price 12 l-2c Ladles Handkerchief, trim med w ith v, ide point d'esprit late, 30 different styles. Creen Ticket Price. 8c 5c 23c Ladies' all-leather Pocket books and card cae combined, all f color, including black. Green Ticket JgjC Price 39c Ladies' all-leather Pocketbooks, n with gilt trimmings; very handsome. ZIC Green Ticket Price.. 12 l-2c Black Percalme, the proper m thins for dress linings. Green Ticket i Price KING'S PALACE DEPARTMENT STORES, 812-814 Seventh St. Branch Store 715 Market Space. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Vice President and Sirs. Ilobart. who are spending November at their home In Paterson, N. J., were guests yesterday at the wedding of Miss Elsie Barber and Mr. Frederick Prime Dclafield, which took place at Trinity Church, New York. The parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Barber, gave a small reception last night in honor of the Vice President and his wife. Dr. and Mrs. D. Percy HicKllng have re turned from Philadelphia, where they had the triumph of reading the election re turns that made Mrs. Hickling's father, Kcpresentatlve Stone, governor-elect of Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Quick, of Falls Church, Ara.. celebrated their golden wed ding on Tuesday, on which occasion they gatheied about them their children and their children's children in their attrac tive home. Each of the ten children brought with them gifts of gold, which were presented to the bride and groom of half a century by Rev. A. W. Graves. Those present on the happy occasion were Rev. George AV. Quick, of Springfield, Mass.; Mrs. L. B. Nixon and son Harry, of Quakertown. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Quick; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Quick and son John, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bubb, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Askin and daughter Alverta, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Quick and son W1I lard, of Washington: Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Quick, jr.. of Oakton, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Van Quick and children, Ralph, Wlllard, Christine and Bertha, of Ashburn; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Quick and daughter Hazel, of Burkes; Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Quick, Mr. and Mrs. George VT. Hawkshurst and Miss Nellie Hawkshurst, of Falls Church. Rev. A. 'VV. Graves. Rev. W. S. O. Thomas, of Washington, and Rev. Geo. W. Popkins, former pastors, were also present. At night the members of the Co lumbia Baptist Church gave them a sur prise reception, which was much enjoyed. Rev. W. S. O. Thomas made a happy address, and Kev. George Y. Quick responded to this and the address of Rev. A. W. Graves of the morning, on behalf of his parents and his brothers and sisters. Refreshments were served and the company separated after singing the hymn. "God Be With You Till We Meet Again." Miss Estelle Hyde Talbott, daughter of M. M. Talbott, of Rockville, and Mr. Ben jamin Camby Riggs were married Wednesday afternoon at the Christ Epis copal Church at Rockville by Us pastor. Rev. T. J. Packard. The bride entered the church with her father, preceded by her maid of honor. Miss Sarah Hender son, and the four ushers, Ruxton Ridgely, of Baltimore, B. Lowndes Jackson, and Bladen Jackson, of Washington, and G. Minor Anderson, of Rockville. The groom and best man. Stanhope Henry, of Vir ginia, met the party in the chancel, where the bride was given away y her father. The bride was attired for traveling In a tailor-made suit of blue broadcloth, with a velvet toque of the same shade. Her flowers were white chrysanthemums. Her maid of honor wore a gown of brown cloth, and carried pink chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. Riggs are now on a wedding trip to the Natural Bridge, A'a. The minister of Austro-Hungary and Mme. Hengelmuller will sail for their country, November 15, on the German liner. Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. Miss LIsette Adams will entertain a party of young friends over Thanksgiv ing at the home of her grandfather. Col. John Jackson Moore, who owns a fine colonial mansion in Southern Maryland near Old TTelds, along the Chesapeake shore. The Potomac Literary Club met Tues day evening at Dr. Lamb's residence, $00 Tenth Street. The essay was by Mr. W. H. Seaman on "The History, Customs, and Folk-lore of Gloves." Discussion of the paper was participated in by Judge 23c Tinsel Table Covers, in the mo-t -tr Irautiful oriental designs; also fring- IC ed. Green Ticket Price vv 10(1 "Famous" W. B. Corset, in gray, black and white all sires. These cornets rr need no introduction . Green Ticket MC Price www 98c Ladies' Xight Robes, elaborately trim med with embroidery and insertions," JA extra length and width. Green Ticket 4VC Price.. .. ., 7W 39c Children's Flannelette Short and Skirts, In white and colors. Green Ticket l'rice 23c 22c 39c Children's Gingham Aprons, in three different styles. Sizes, 2 to C jears. Green Ticket Price ?I.23 Children Coatg. full cape?. Lomr Cashmere n r handwmel em- I Tjf, Lroidered. Green Ticket Price. 29c Children's Worsted Sawnies, 'I'l- hand crocheted all colors, Including ZZC bUck. Green Ticket Price 25c Children's Nazareth Waicts, a roost useful and durable gatmer.t; no child ift should be without one. Green Ticket gyQ Price $1.00 Ladies' Scarlet Drawers thor oughly medicated; about 10 pjlr, and iA only medium siwa. Green Ticket 4VC Price V bfic Sofj Cushion. -222ir full wfd.Ii, down and creion covered in the ele- ikn (rant floral dKin. Green Ticket 44C Price S9c Black Brilliantine, elegant lus 25c tre, 45 Inches. Hotti sides alike. Green Ticket Price 25c American Guyot Suptnder9 the 11 best u5ponder on the market. Ticket Price wreeu 25c Men's Merino 1 2 I1W, double heel and toe all sizes. Green Ticket Price , lie $1.0i) Men's Natural Wool iMiirts and Drawer. We guarantee thia to 1 ft genuine article and a positive lar ain at the above price. Green Ticket Price.. .. 55c McCalmont, Dr. Collins, and Dr. Lamb. The musical and literary program was as follows: Piano so!o. "Polish Dance" and "Schaentanz," by Miss Marguerite Row land; contralto solos, "Good-bye Robin," "The Dyinir Rose," by Miss Blanche Mulr: recitations. "Art and Heart." "The Bogie Man," and "My Ships," by Miss Irene Rowland; soprano solo, "I Love You," Miss Ida O'Neill; contralto solo, "To My Little Love," Miss Irma Calla han. Miss Imogen Fox and Mr. Arthur Sheetz, editor of the Lecsburg Mirror, will be married in this city on November 30 at the home of the mother of the bride elect. The Misses Marie and Cecelia Graham have returned to their home In this city, on Columbia Heights, after an Autumn visit to relatives in the Blue Ridge Moun tains. They spent the entire Summer at Cape May. GIFT TO THE LIBRAKY. I'tfteen Hundred Volume From the Anthony I'ollok HMnle. Tho executors of the will of the late Anthony Pollok, in accordance with the desire expressed by the deceased, yester day donated 1,500 volumes to the Free Public Library of this city. It is said that the late Mr. Pollok at one time entertained an Idea of donatlig these volumes to a library In France. Street Cur Colllnlou. While car No. 18, of the Anacostia Rail road, was having its horses changed in front of the company's offices In Monroe Street, Anacostia, yesterday morning, it was run into by car No. 55, of the Cap ital Traction Company. Both cars were slightly damaged. Henrietta Meyer and Lizzie Bruce, pas-, sengers on the horse car. seeing the lm-" pending collision, Jumped, but were un injured. THE SIMPLEST CURE FOR INDI GESTION. As AVell ns the Safext and Cheapeiit. The new medical discover-, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, digest the food Instead of making the worn out stomach do all the work, give It a much needed rest, and a cure of dyspepsia is the natural result. You get nourishment and rest at the same time because these Tablets will thoroughly digest all wholesome food taken into the stomach whether the stom ach works or not. A cure is certain to result because the digestive organs are given a chance to rest and recover their natural vigor and tone. The Tablets are then no longer required. To shotr the manner in which the remedy acts on different people and how quickly and effectually it 'cures stomach trouble' we present a few recent cases. Mr. S. O. Wondly, of Peoria, Ills writes: I was unable to eat anything but the plainest food and even that often dis tressed me, but since using one box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets I can eat any thing and everything I want. Mrs. Samuel Kcpple. of GIrty Pa writes: I have been entirely relieved of my stomach troubles by your Tablets. I suffered three years with sour stomach and gas at night. I am thankful for them. Mrs. A. E. Bowen, Barnard, Vt, writes I think Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are the best thing for dyspepsia I ever took. I will recommend them to anyone trou bled as bad as Iwas. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will not dis appoint because they cure Dyspepsia surely and lastingly by causing the food to be properly assimilated, and cure con stipation by producing the proper quan tity of bile.- Sold by all "druggists at 50 cents per package. Send for free book on stomach diseases to Stuart Co., .Mar shall. Mich. ' no",9,ll-3t Our NewrCrgdit Way. Odds and Ends Sale of Towels. Towels lor Hall Their Value Friday will be a great day here for bargain seekers for low prices in Towels, Table LJnen and Hosiery. These Towels are produced by the finest looms in the country perfect making and are celebrated for their won derful lasting qualities. We're going to dispose of all odds and ends and broken assortments at astonishingly low figures. New goods are daily arriving, and, consequently, we've got to get rid of the fol lowing lots AT ONCE. You are cordially invited to this sale and also requested to investigate our NEW CREDIT WAY. Towels. You've heard of the famous tow els made by the Egenton Manu facturing Company? We've got 100 dozen assorted size towels from this concern which are divided in the following lots: 7c Towels, 3(i. Lot 1. 2S dozen 15x30 Turkish towels, bleached -and unbleached genuine c Tc values. Friday's Price.. J 2 i)c Towels, 5c. Lot 2. 18 dozen 16x32 Turkish ton els, strongly made, well finished and --. really worth 9c. Friday's C-vp Price J'2 12c Towels. 6c. Lot 3. 14 dozen of 'em left. Size 17x33, and well worth 12c. We'll let them go for, Friday 12c Towels, 7c. Lot 4. 10 dozen. This Is 6hc a gigantic bargain. Size 19x33. Elsewhere they sell 7kc for 12 l-2c. Friday's price 19c Towels, 12e. Lot 5. 10 dozen. Size 22x43. A big towel for a f:2o little price. J9q values. Friday's Prko,i..., 9c Honeycomb Towels. 4c. Big f ellon i; Fringed edges. . AVell made. "Worth 9c. Fri- An day's price , T-" 10c Towels.' 52sc. i I " Lot 729' dozen larger size finer towels. You You pay usually 10c. We Friday's Price ........ 17c Damask Towels, 11b. Lot 85 dozen" all-linen damask towels, size 19x3S. Beauties for the price. They're fringed with fast colored borders and bear a stamp of perfection. A . . towel that'll easily-bring "I r 17c. Friday's Price I1X2W 39c Damask Towels. 23c. Lot 9 is limited. All linen dam ask towels, knotted fringe, plain and fancy woven bor ders. Elegant patterns. An advertised bargain for 39c. Friday's Price 23c Odds and Ends Sale. Ladies' and Childs' Hosiery. Our Hosiery Department has become one of the features of the store's happenings. Here's where good qualities and low price pre vail and your purchasing may be made oasy by our New Credit Way. 8c Ladies' Hosiery, 4c. 4S dozen to go. All seamless and fast black. The Sc. kind for l. -Friday price r.tC 15c Ladies' Hosiery, 7c. 17 dozen superior quality fast black, double heel and toe. 1 Torth Ijc Friday's price lu 18c Ladies' Hosiery, 9c. 70 dozen Ladles' fast black la dies' hosier-. Double heel and toe, and the regular ISc. quality. 9c ITidays price Sam I Friedlander & Co, Successors to the New York Clothing House, 311 SEVENTH k:hwx: - THE HEIGHT OF BUILDINGS. CoiuinlsNlonem Submit One Xeiv ami One- Substitute BUI. The District Commissioners yesterday forwarded to the chairmen of the District Committees in Congress a substitute, which they have prepared and are de sirous of having passed In place of House bill No. 10430. to regulate the height of residences; The substitute is much fuller and more complete than the original House bill, and, if passed, will be applicable to all structures In the District of Columbia. The substitute bill reads, In part, as follows: "Be It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled that from and after the date of the approval of this act no combustlbleor non-flre-proof build ing intended to be use.d or occupied as a residence or as an apartment house or hotel in the District of Columbia shall be erected to a height of more than five stories or raised to a height exceeding sixty feet above the sidewalk, the meas urement to be made as hereinafter pre scribed. "Buildings Intended for business pur poses solely may be erected to a height of seventy-five feei without being of fire proof construction." The Commissioners also submitted to the chairman a draft of a bill to author ize the Commissioners to remove unsafe and dangerous buildings in the District of Columbia and to cause "the abatement of nuisances caused by uncovered wells, cisterns and dangerous holes In the city; Tlic CominlnMonerx' Order. The District Commissioners yesterday directed that the following Improvements be made under the permit tystPTi: Lay gravel walk In Providence Street between Thirteenth and Fourteenth Streets, Brookland; estimated cost J5G. Lay cement sidewalk and r.ew curb on the F Street side of lot 2S, square 730; estimated cost $336. Lay cement sidewalk In front of 1303 &? Our New Credit Way. Friday the Day of Bargains. 25c Ladies' Hosiery, 12c. 18 dozen ladies' black seamless hose, real Maco yarn, 3 thread, double heel and toe. Don't pay 25c when they'll be sold, Fri- Oi day' Price I ZC 35c Ladies' Hosiery, 19c. 1C dozen, the banner lot. they're Imported and stamped by Louis Hermsdorf, which is the guarantee for fast black: they'll not crock nor fade; real Maco yarn; double sole, spliced heel. Match 'em it you can for 33c. Friday's I n Price I DC 8c Children's Hosiery, 3c. Here's, a lot where you can select three or more pairs, and It will not pinch your purse. They're fast black: never sold less than On Sc pair. Friday's Price Uu On Bedwear we can save you much money. Buying in large quantities enables us to cut prices very close so close that the margin of profit is fairly impercep tible. 39c Sheets, 29c. Large Double Sheets 1.0 -,,! long, hand-torn. Ironed and ready for use. Friday, cash or 1f1 credit ZtJC $2 Marseilles Spreads, 98c. Elegant Marseilles Spreads, full 11-4 size, ?3.00 value, one to a customer. Friday, cah QQn or credit JOU 18c Hemstitched Pillow Cases, 9c. Here's a Pillow Case, size. 4Sx3a. made of fine quality cotton, which you can't get elsewhere for Q3n ISc. Friday's price Dlu 29c Table Linen, 17c Bleached Table Linen, 54 inches wide, 29c quality. Friday, I "ln cash or credit I 2u 25c Table Linen, 17c. Full 54-inch Turkey Red Table Linen, fast color, 25c quality. I "7p for Friday, cash or credit I IV Notion Department. 50-yard spool silk lc J Clark's O. N. T. darning cot- .S. ton l'.;C .'. Folding hair curlers 3c : Box mourning pins lc 2ii yard corset lace 3 for lc G dozen buttons (agate) 4c ! 3 doz. Shoe Buttons lc King's Cotton lc 'I' 4 yards Velveteen Binding.... 5c S 5 packs Hair Pins lc f. Darning Eggs, with handles.. 2c ' Mucilage . 3c y 20 Sewing Needles lc y 2 papers invisible Hair Pins., lc J Tetlow's swansdown Sc X Paper Darning Needles lc .;. Box Self Retaining Hair Pins lc ! Linen Thread lc V Linen Doilies liie ":" Bottle Shoe Dressing... 4c" X Plaid cabinet hairpins 4 kinds, plain and crimped. They're I well worth a nickel. Friday.... I u 25c Silk Garters, 17c. Ladies' silk elastic garters, frilled edge, satin bows and handsome buckles. New Roman stripe plaids. Each pair put up In a neat glass box. 23c. quality. We shall I "! sell Friday, cash or credit I ill STREET 311 kK'kckK":"Xx - ..:..x Q Street northwest; estimated cost $5C Construct 190 feet of twelve-Inch sewer in south side of B Street northeast be tween First and Second Streets; esti mated cost $350. That permission be granted to use one sewer to serve premises 1245 and 1247 Twenty-seventh Street northwest Municipal Brevities. Leave of absence has been granted to B. F. Graham, the market master of the Eastern Market, for twenty-one days, be ginning November 30, and Charles D. Scott has been authorized to act in his absence. Philip H. Buhler has been appointed an additional private of police. The new buildings of the Industrial Home School, including the three-story brick building forming the central wing and the one-story boiler house, will, by order of tho District Commissioners, be insured for $23,000. From Kevr Zealand. Reefton, New Zealand, Nov. 23, 1S9S I am very pleased to state that since I took the agency of Chamberlain's medi cines the sale has been very large, more especially of the Cough Remedy. In two years I have sold more of this particular remedy than of all other makes for the previous five years. As to its efficacy, I have been informed by scores of persons of tha good results they have received from it, and know its value from the use of it In my own household. It Is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle beyond the reach of the child ren. E. J. SCANTLEBURT. For sale by Henry Evans, wholesale and retail druggists, 938 F Street northwest, and Connecticut Avenue and S Street northwest; and 1423 Maryland Avenue northeast. OASTOl Beaistas yyTtie Kind Yoa Haw Ahrars Bought C&ffiM 922, 924, 926, and 928 7th St., running through to 704-6 K St. SVUlVl4WLUa "The Dependable Store." Bargain buying at its best. The usual weekly bargain feast will occur today in the Remnant Day reductions on all the accumulated lots and ends of lines. It's a day of losses for us in very few cases do we ask more than half usual prices. Judicious losses, because we get clear of everything that can be called a remnant make way for the fresh, new lines. For you it's the best bargain day of the week, undoubtedly. : ; ! $1.50 to $2.50 shoes, 98c. An odd lot of ladles' fine shoes 200 pairs of them In lace and but ton styles. In opera, round, square, coin and common sense toes tipped or plain made of the very best ma terialsfinished with smooth. In ner soles and solid leather coun tersflexible and easy in the sea son's newest styles sizes 2 1-2. 3. 31-2, 4, 7 and 8 the regular prices of which were $1.50 to $2.50 any pair of which may be bought at 9Sc a pair. Overgaiters, 10c. A lot of 10) pairs of ladles' black tailor-made overgaiters, with leather bound straps In sizes 13, 1. 3, 4, 5 and 6 regular price Is 25c which ne offer at 10c a pair. Wrap department. Odd lot of nine ladles' stylish tailor-made suits of fine all-wool coverts, in new bine, brown, and green all of them have the new flare skirts made as carefully as any garment you can buy the regular $16 value CO no for only J3.30 An odd lot of eleven ladles' jack ets, of black kersey, trimmed or plain some of them are all silk lined values that are worth up to $0 will go CO QQ Lot of seven ladles' jackets, of English kersey, in the new cadet blue stylishly strap trimmed and lined throughout with fancy plaid silk regular CO QO $15 value, for 4)0. JO Lot of four silk velour flounce capes, elaborately Jetted and braided and edged with marten fur worth CIO CO $20, for JlZ.uO Just two of these real electric seal capes, 30 Inches long with storm collars that are edged with heavy marten fur regu lar $35 value will go T19 Cfl One handsome electric seal jacket, size 3S or 40 lined throughout with heavy satin regu lar $50 value, "will go CO1 nfl Lot of 12 all-wool two-toned silk boucle jackets, which are all silk lined sizes 12 to IS years for chil dren and misses worth T9 QO $6 nill go for 4J. JO Lot of eight imitation stone mar ten ncckscarfs, with head and tails such as others have sold as QQn high as G9c will go at 0JI A3lfSE3IKTS. RACING ! RACING ! RACING ! Autumn Meeting of the WASHINGTON JOCKEY GLUE BEGINS Saturday, ftSov. 12, AT THE Benning Race Course. king Daily for 13 Days OX THE FLAT AND OVER THE JUMP. FIRST RACE AT 2:15. Trains, direct for the track, will leave Sixth Street Station at 1 and 1:45 p. m., returning Immediately after the last race. Subscription tickets, entitling gentle man and accompanying ladles to all priv ileges during the meeting, $10. Rates of admission to grandstand, $1.00; ladles, 5c. Season tickets can be had at the Port land Stables. New York Avenue, between Sixth and Seventh Streets, and Sir. S. S. Howland, 1731 I Street northwest. A man insures His buildinK for the benefit of liinwelf. Should he tail to do thi, and his buildins burn lip, it might ruin him. Still, his building misht neitr burn up. Docs he ever think of his family and the certainty that all men must die? Should he die without leaving them an insurance policy they might go humrry! They would certainlj suffer.. 15c per day will carry $000 INSURANCE (or a nun thirty years old. Should you lite twenty years jou get the money. Should jou die your family gets it. I can tug gpet the best policy and the best companies. Write me and I will call. Write now. Address - INSURANCE POLICY, noll-tf Care of The Times. FOR SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. as well as for home dessert our ICES and CREAMS have no equals. All are made of the purest, choicest materials prepared and serred in most toothsome style. A great variety of delicious fiarors sent, plain, in bricks, or molded in novel forms. J& Mail and telephone orders re ceive prompt and careful attention. C. B. Woodbury,, 426 9th. SUCCESSOR TO T. JARVIS. H-H-4-H-H-K-K-K-J H-W-I- cc2G-mo,wed.frl-tf Want to buy or sell a horse, carriage, or any kind of a vehicle? If so use The Times' "Want" columni. AAjAjjA A A. A A. a 922, 924, 926, f and 928 7th St., running through to 704-6 K St. Child's gloves, 5c pair. A lot of children's colored wool gloves and mitts about CO pairs In the lot in the most desirable colors which sold at 15c to 25c a pair will go for 5c a pair. Odd lots in basement. An odd lot of decorated china cream pitchers have been cut r from 10c to.., OU A small lot of heavy steel kitchen cleavers, which are sllghtly rusted will be closed out C quickly at DC An odd lot of fancy open-edge decorated fruit plates, reduced C n from lOe to 0C An odd lot of fancy decorated cus pidors, slightly scratched but not otherwise Injured, will be r closed out at 0G Odd lot of just seven decorated china covered vegetable QQ dishes, will go at 03 U Odd lots men's goods. Odd lot of men's gray wool and scarlet wool underwear, both shirts and drawers comprising different well-known makes not all sizes which have never sold for less than 75c, and may of which are regular dollar sort, will go QP Lot of forty-two men's worsted, knit and wool cashmere gloves, sold at 33c and 50c a pair I Q will be offered at I JU Lot of men's laundered white shirts some sizes are missing but nearly all here at present they are slightly soiled so )Qn Instead of 75c and $1 go at... iJU About ten dozen men's regular 33c heavy canton flannel drawers, with double seat and felled seams some of them are slightly solled but not enough to Oj". hurt will go at ZOb Lot of twenty men's worsted mixed cardigan jackets. In brown and black regular $1 and $1.25 sorts will be closed out CCp Lot of twenty-six pairs of men's fine kid gloves, in all sizes, with the exception of S's which sold at $1. $1.25 and $L50 (JQ, will be closed out at UJ' Lot of fancy worsted golf hose, the footless sort In a variety of patterns with colored cuffs regular 50c and i-jc sort will QCn be closed out at ASIUSEJSUNTS. ACADEMYA2K Mat. Saturday. 25 and 50c. The Smith Kce Comediass la My Friend From India. Nov. 14 The Cj clonic Comedy Creation. yTOWN TOPICS." COLUMBIA. Tonight at &BL FRANK DANIELS, Pte-entinc Two Comic Opera Success?, Frida and atnrdjv Evenicp-, "The Idol's Eye." Saturday Matinee, Lat Time of "The Wizard of the Nile" NEXT WEEK CHARLES B. SEATS XOW OX LE. NATIONAL. Matinee Saturday at 2. Charles Frohman's Comedians In the Highly Successful Cum-ily, Because She Loved Him So. Adapted by 'VViniam Gillette Next Week SeatS Today James K. Hackett, IX "The Tree of Knowledge." LAFAYETTE$S? Balance of the week. Evenings at S:1S. Sat. Mat. at .2. DENMAN THOMPSON "THE OLD HOMESTEAD.' NEXT WEEK DAN DALY IN THE Belle of New York. Seats Now on Sale. KERNAN'S ftS'ffiR. Aiternoon. 2:15- -Kveninj, 3:15. MINER & VAN'S BOHEMIAN BURLESQUERS. BILLV VAX and VETIE XOBMCA. 10 IIICH CLASS SPECI VLTinS. Xt Week "VANITY FAIR." I1IJOU TIinATEIl 10c. 2(c. :tOo. r-Oc. Smokimr Concern. Daily 2 p. m XiRhtlj 3 p. m. Spicy Ilurleque on the Xew York succ-u, "The Turtle." J. K. Emmett. Johnny Carroll, Carrie Scott. His Wrestling Match for champion, ship of District and purse $200, Jake Luakey and R. Roy Mackey. no7-c.em EXCURSIONS. Only 15 cents Arlington and Return, On Sunday. Electric trains leave 13 1-2 it. uid Pa. ire. every 45 minute J. . Washington. Alexandria and Mount Vernon Rf. 52.00 Handsome Brilliantine Skirt; ele- QQn santly made and Graceful hanjr Job Eisenmann's,506 7th, 19241926 Pa. Ave. PIANOS TO RENT. E. P. DROOP & SONS. 925 PENXA. AVE. noS-tt-em HARFORD W - "X-l JT-W' tr ti-KyrM ,,V-Jftfr--;J.