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THE TIMES. W-ABHiyGTON fKJDAY, DECEMUEIT2 1898. M i FJ LANSBURGH & BRO. Friday o Saturday Off enngs. Remnant Department. (3i Floor.) A lot of dark, plain and striped Outing Cloth, including Colored ,, Canton Flannel Remnants. 8 to ice values. 5c per yd. A lot of Birdeye Remnants, 18 to 27 inches wide. 3KC Per yd. A lot of light .striped and check ed Outing Cloth remnants. 10c values. 6c per yd. A lot of dark figured Princess Cashmere Remnants, best manu factured. Only 6c per yd. A lot of 40-inches wide lace bordered White Apronettes. I2jc quality. 9c per y d. Your choice of our best light and dark Calicoes. 4c per yd. A lot of iajc Selesia remnants, 4?!cper yd. One case of black and white Simpson Mourning Print rem nants. 2?cperyd. A lot of bleached and unbleached Twilled Crash. 3 3c per yd. A lot Ladies' White Ribbed Short Underskirts. 15c each. A lot of Ladies' Beaver and Boucle Coats from last season at following reductions: $10 values, S2.50. $15 values, S3. 00. $20 values, 54.00. $25 values, S5.00. 75 Ladies' Colored and Black Dress Skirts. $1.50 and $x-75 values. Special, 99c. Lansburgh & Bro., 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. w6eee o 9 ! Ysu'II I Find a Friend in Our Kind ! Of Credit. o It mu--t certainly lie a help -when you can bus here at the prices or cah stores, with the privilege of paving as jou're ablo a little each week or month We do not hind O you tilth notes, and never charge interest Furnish our home com- .fortabl) and enjoj the use of the goods hile joure raj ing for them It won't cost an extra penny if ou come here Cold -weather brings needs for Stove- and Carpets in particular. We- have immense lines of them, as well as any article you can think of in house furnishings. Take them on Credit and we'll ar range the pavments to suit jou. The making-, lining, and laying of Carpets won't cost ou a penny. We slv e that. o o e Grogan's Mammoth Credit House, CI7-8I9-SZI-823 7th St. N W. Betnecn II anil I. o It J ?S333333333S339S333233Sa An Artistic And Interesting Present. 1v . vV TIFFANY FA VRILE GLASS p iv Fischer Galleries, 529 Fifteenth Street, Washington, D. C 53393S333939359S323993: 3 X When Your Card Club - Sleets at your home let us send all tlie Kcfreshnicnts Whether rou'II have Ices and Cream and Cale or a much more prcten- tious menu you may be cure that everything will he prepared in most inviting atvlc and cor- redly served it we have charge. We give our personal at- tcntion to every entertainment , Lu;e or rmalL T i ti: Woodbury, 426 gth. Thone 1000. SLCCESSOIl TO T. JABVIS. no:flMn,w,f tl ts.00 SEAL PLCSn CUE5 tf O QO FOB iZ.00 EisenmaBn's, 896 7th, 1924-1926 Pa. Are. PIANGS TO RENT. E. F. DnOOP & SONS, 915 PENNA. AVE. no8-tf-em J The Bosy Kcim of Fccemlior s Delmtantes. MISS GREELY PRESENTED I'rcltj 1IiiL. Tea lit Iluiuir or the 3Unh.m hemour 3Irn. FnlrhuitU'M Hcceptluu Cuundlmi - Auterlcnn CoiumlHHiunerii Kuteituinecl hs Mr, nntl 3IrM. llemleraon. Tashlonable "Washfneton was present en masse at theiea eien jestcrdaj- after noon bj Mrs. A. W. Greely, wife of Gen. Greely, to present her dtughtcr. Miss An toinette Greels, to the social world. The hostess, gowned In black and Iw ender, presented the guests to the- prett debutante, who wore a simple, dalno creation of white organdie and lace and carried a bouquet of while roses. Miss Grcenhalse, daughter of the late Go. Greenhalge, of Massachusetts, poured chocolate, and Mrs. Kesmith, tha runt of Miss Greely, presided at the tea table, which was abloom with jellowr blossoms and graceful ferns. Gen and Mrs Creels hao been resi dents of Washington for the past ttrcntj fio ears, and the coming out of their charming joung daughter brought to their "hospitable homo in G Street repre senntlves from almost ecry promli,Tt famllj In tho citj and Georgetown, to gether with a large contingent from army and navj circles, man scientist? ard dignitaries of the official world, and a brilliant cortingent of those faoretl s-cions of ras-hlon who hae been clissed in her annals as ' The Tounger Set." Mr. and Mrs J, B Henderson enter tained at dinner Uot night. Their gue-ts vere Sir AVilfrld jnd Lady Lrurier, Sir Louis and LtJj Daies, Mr. and Mrs Charlton, Sir Richard Cartwright, Sena, to and Mrs Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs John W. roster, Repreentathe and Mrs Ding'ej, Secretarj and Mrs Hay, Secre tary and Mrs. Gage, Secretarj Lonir, Mrs. Berdan. Mrs Ilobon, Mrs Stanlej Mat tnens. Dr. and Mrs Talmage, Dr. Aber cromble, Mrs. Kfoull.e ard Mr. Hender son, Jr. The magnificent dining room of Boundary Castle, which i reallj a pic ture gallery, so many and so beautiful are the works of art that line its crimson walls, was Hooded v lth electric lights from opalescent bulbs that studied the giass-stainod ilonie inserted in the center of the celling of Pompelian pink and go'd. The floral decoration of the round table consisted of a center mound of maiden hair fern, from tho heart of which rose an artistic lamp, its mellow radiance re flected through a shade of soft pink. The same roj tint was carried out in the silk centerpiece and In the candlo caps of blush russ ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Henderson will ghe a din ner to the ounger members of the British-American Commissions on next Tliursdaj eenlng. Mrs l'airbanks's weekl receptions hae become one of the most attractive social happenings of Thurdaj after noons. The beautiful drawing-room' were well filled throughout the recelilng hours. tLe hostess welcoming her guests in an artistic toilet of -green satin, veiled with black net starred with gold medallions She was asited b Mrs. Dawe wife lof the Comptroller of the Currency, and Miss Cares, a gratefull) prcttj young girl from Indianapolis, who is a student at Mrs. Somers's academy, and therefore not jet "ont." Mrs. Fairbanks is graclouslj kind to her young Indiana friends who are at school here, and frequently" gilts them glimpses of uch social gajeties as will not inter fere with the rules of the classroom In addition to the ladles of the British-American Commission, there were present Lady Paunccfoto and Miss Pauncefote, the former grefttl", lnproed from her summer staj- at New ndon: Mrs. Ho hart, who was regallj jynd-orie In a gown of orchid-purple elet: the Misses SartorK Mrs John W. Foster, Irs. and Miss Dingle), Minister H, and a num ber of other members of the diplomatic co its Society presented no prettier tableau jesterday than that presented bj the Misses Rae and Helen Seymour as thej stood together to receive the congratu lations showered upon them by their mothers' friends. Their gowns were ex quisitely glrll-.li creations of snowj chif fon and lace, with touches of gleaming satin, and they carried longstemmed white roses. Mrs .Seymour, gowned In Nile green silk and lace, introduced her debutante daughters to the several hundred callers, ' asstaed bj Miss Sejmour, who was charminglv at tired In crcamj- white with bodice effects in rose velvet. Graceful palm foliage formed an artistic contrast for the roses, carnations and cchlds massed at ever) point, and in the second parlor, where tea was served, the table was abloom with La Trance roses, and the candles burned under pink shades Music was furnished throughout tho evening bj a mandolin orchestra grouped under a foliago of palms The Assistant Postmaster General and Mrs. Pern Heath entertained at dinner lit night. Their guests were: Commis sioner and Mrs H. Claj Evans, Mr. and Mrs J. Frank WUon, Major and Mrs Hiestand, Comptroller and Mrs Dawes? Mr. and Mrs Robert J. Wjnne. A mound of rojal pink chrjsanthemums rose from a base of fern in the center of the table, and grouped at artistic points were foam-green candles burning In sticks of frosted silver under caps of the same daintj- shade. Mr. and Mrs. John McGowan Blddls, whose marriage occurred in San Fran cisco on November 23, have reached Washington and are stajing at the Ban croft. Hon Hugh Craig, president of the Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco, arrived in "Washington a few dajs ago on business in connectlo'n with the Nicaragua Canal, and expects to be joined shortlj b) his wife and daughter, who will cn Jo) a month of social gajerj and sight seeing before returning to their home in the "West Representative Clarke and familj of Xew Hampshire will arrive at tho Xor mandie tomorrow, where the) have taken apartments for the Congressional session. Senator George L. Shoup of. Idaho has engaged the handsomest suite of apart ments at the Normandie,, which he will occupy during the session He will ar rive, with his famll), today. Cards have been sent out by Mr. and Mrs G. Clinton Gardner, for the mar riage of their daughter, Delia Brodhead, to Dr. Edward Bronson Finch, December U, at 4 30 o'clock, at St. Clark's Pro-Cathedral. Mrs. John Howard "White has cards out forn tea, December 8, to Introduce her two jotlng daughters Mrs. D. Pratt Mannix and her daugh ter. Mrs. Ernest G. "Walker, 1TM P Street, will receive this afternoon, when the)' will bo assisted by their guest. Miss Ruth Merrlam, of Richmond. The marriage of Jliss Ada Bjron Shaw and Sir. George Smith will take place Wednesday, December 7, at the residence of airs. Ann,!!. Shaw, In Brlghtw ood At e nue. The ceremony, which will be a sim- '$ 100,600 CHRIST1MS PRESENTS! t And Several Reasons Why You .Should Select Now. We want you to do your Xmas shopping NOW. It is- better -f or you it is better for us. YOU get first' choice and an unbroken assortment. WE get your patronage, and do not risk losing it by inability to wait on you during the holiday rush. A word to the wise. , These Are Special Prices that PrevaiTlSlow and May Not Later: Dalnt) Blue, Red or Green Ename id Chatelaine AVatches with Enameled Pin to match, worth J12.W, $10.00. Solid Silver Hat Mirk, with 50c Rub) or Emerald with 1 diamonds, 5tS0, S4.50 Ring, worth !$i.oo f.Solid Gold Collar ! Button--, regular J 51 kind. Solid Gold, heavy carved, three ulmondlne gar nets, worth 57 SO, 75c $5.00 Silver Pen Knives, north 51, i- o . I ':' ff Solid Sliver Tie "gJ X CIap, worth 33c. pi y y solid ?. 50c $ "We will lay aside your Xmas selec- tioru on payment of small deposit. plo one, will be performed hy Rev. II It Reed, of Edinborough, Va , former pastor of the M E Church South, this city. 3Ii-s Grace Lincoln Temple, of the Cairo, has card) out for Jin exhibition of Eastern embroideries for this afternoon, tomorrow and Saturday. A pleasant surpri-e parts was tendered Sirs A L Jennings, color bearer of Georpjo II Thomas Post, "W R. C , last Monday evening Among- tMe ' pres ent were llr. and Sirs. Falmer, Sir. and Sirs Abernathy, Sir. and Sirs Zanilla, Sirs Slonteomerj'. Sirs. i"itzpatrick, SIUs Sadie Palmer. SIIss Slarj Fitzpatrick, Charles W. Abernathy and Stiss Emma Abernathy. A. Snniuier in the Arctic. Each Autumn brings back to the ilty peopla who, durlnrr tho Summer, were in widely separated parts(1of th,o earth Of these Prof. Gore, doubtless, had the most varied experience, and of some of it he will speale on Saturday evening at Ihe Columbian Unlveritv n an illustrated lecture complimentary to the students and friends of the institution. Ilia top'c will be "Within the Arctic Circle" Be sides describing; his own travels and scientific work, he will speak. otAndrix?, whose houe he occupied while at Dane s Mand Although primarily for the stu dents, all persons interested in polar mat ters will ba welcome'" " " "'"' SICK SCHOOL CHILDREN: A Teneher Spenlc of the Cniinc. I have charge of the second tjndo in the public schools here, and trace nearly every case of headache among these children to Improper feeding, JVhejx a sick child is asked what was had for breakfast, the reply almost universally includes a, cup of coffee An illustration is that my sister's old est boy, "Will Wilson of Lennox., la, .Tor a long time he had no appetite for break fast, but insisted on coffee which they would give him, weakened some with cream, but no matter how little coffee he had, it brought on his had spells Since they have been using PostumToW Cof fee in their famll, the boy is wellearia can have all of the Postum' Coffee he wants for breakfast I was ordered bv my phvsician to quit the use of coffee some time ago, for mj sick spells were directiv traceable to it, but I could not quit its use until I found Postum. Then the change did not dis turb me in the slightest. The old trou bles have disappeared. I have a long list of friends who use Postum and enjoy It very ttffich" bul rn every case they have had to learn that Postum is only good when it Is boiled long enough to bring ijjut the .flavor, Slargaret Scroggs. 24 W. Eleventh Street, Hutchinson, Kan "R. Ha'ttts & Co. Jewelers Solid Silver "Watch, with full jev. eled movement, 57 30 val ue, S5.00 Solid Silver Cuff But tons worth 33c, Gent's Solid ll-karat Gold or Elgin Stem Winders, S25.00. 25c name, worth m Solid Silver Hair Brush, with Comb and Case, worth 53, S2.00 J SVr. sf Solid Gold Ring, sfct'.'nith turquoise, rub) or emer ald, or an) birth stone, worth 52, Solid Gold Ring, garnet and pearls, worth V. Si .50 81.25 I 1: Solid Gold Scarfpln, green enameled elover, pearl center, worth 52.50, $1.80 -rB This Solid Gold Toothpick. $1.00 S Solid Gold l'in, with worth 53.B1) Solid Gold Cuff But tons "worth $3 5"), S2.50 S2.75 gB5mm R. HARRIS & CO., THINGS THEATRICAL. Sousa's band, without its director, is evidentlj not an attraction pir excel lence, judging from the attitude of the audience that assembled sesterdjj after noon at the Lcfayette Square Opera, House. The adv ance sale of seats for tho concert had been erj large, and It was only at the last moment that the manage ment posted an announcement to the ef fect that the "march, king" was confined to his room In Philadelphia with a seere attack of pnfumonl-i All who wished were permitted to exchange their tickets for the monej orlglnnllv Invested An as tonishinglv large portion of the gathering decided to take advantage of this offer, while an equal number remained nnd were well repaid 1 or their judgment by tho quality of tha entertainment fur nished Arthur Prior, the nolo trombonist of tho organization, wielded-' the biton, and moved an acceptable1 substitute for the original leader. Irf Ilfjir of Sir. Prior, fcig nor Slantia, a euphonium soloist, il'led in a verj considerable JE4P quite acceptably, winning a decided" encore for his inter pretation of "Love Thoughts." The class ic numbers of the' htternooi inc'uded a Sousa Instrumentation of Tannhauser," " llllim Tell ' and the excerpt. "Knights of the llolj GraUi'1Vrom "Parsiil " Of the popular selections; Sousa's marches, cspeclalls "The Charlstnn," scored heav ily. Maud Reese DtSIes proved to te possessed of a pleasing soprano, although she attempted nothing pretentious while petite Dorothv IIoyJi-Hestnbllshed hersslf as being a deeidedfl 'artistic phenomenon upon the violin. Iter phrasing, technique and touch were tlfe pre-eminent features of the concert. The little lad was most cordially receiv ed, and w ill liav e cause to favorably remember her appearance in Washington. Another unique number on the program was the plalng of an ar rangement bv SIe er-Heltnund, of tie present-day classic, ' Tonldus Tempus in lrbem Veteram " James Rov, the well-known tenor, who is with Haverly's, ftllnstrels, on tomor row afternoon anij evening, at the Co lumbia, w 1H, sing a new ballad of the t pq for the rendering of which Scanlan be came famous Ihe song is entitled "Nel lie Slahone," and is the work of Alexan der S Groves.. "When SIadame SIod,)eska appears next week at the National Theater she will have in her repertoire two great plajs in which she has never before been seen In this citj. One of tnese is Shakespeare's to the People for 22 Years." 5 1 a Fine Solid Gold Watches ' red, blue or green, 51S, S13.50 Walfham worth 530. Solid Silver Mounted Garters, finest silk webbing worth ?2, S1.50 Solid Gold Cluster Ring. 1! diamonds and colored center stone, 51 0 value $9.50 Jk. Solid Gold Locket, dia mond center, w orth, 57 50, Solid Gold Scarfpln, worth 5L3), -35.00 SI GO Handsome Pearl Hrooch, with genu ine diamond center, -worth 51&. for $13-50 Waist chains, Solid Gold Buttons, worth $2.00 Seventh and D Lowest Price "Cleopatra," In tho title role of which she is said to be superb, and the other is Sudermann's "Slagda," the bill for Slon day night. This offering is supposed to have given the famous tragedienne one of the greatest opportunities of her eventful career. It sebmed at one time as if there was going to bo almost as much' altercation over the 'right to the ElfF J ..! Mme. Mdjcika n Clcopnlra. piece as there was over "Cyrano de Ber gerac " As. affairs culminated, Slodjcska shares the exclusive rights to the drama with Sirs riske That there are not more productions on the plane of "Slagda" Is the fault of its own strength, for an artist of less ability than that of the Polish actress would not bo-able to realize the ideals of the author. Her portrayal made such an impression' on tho New York critics that when, at a later date, Bernhardt essajed the same character, she was A KLONDIKE For the inventor of an mgcntoru norflly now bcinc dmontrated at Woodward & Lotirop's far waring and curling women's, hair with a simple ribbon; no pins; no clumsv device; no hot iront ever needed. -Onbr dainrv bow Huh the wnrlc rn most exquisite manner. For children's hair It's invaleawe.-'liie inventor is Mrs. Thomrwm, who once created a mdd popularity for her fa. mons Thornpstn naves, that even now ore in comparable. These Beau Ideal Wins can be found everywhere, but at present cihiljili-,1 and demonstrated at Woodward k Lothrop'a. "P "if , p' fell iPf lli 1 ir,cm . ;-n2vjrv-i:rtipy I "iifcEfc'5''" V Ctlfil 1J-lr;i --.- r?rtl,l 1('1.-U- IT. Trorin-1 or KIgin Watch, fine Ula mord center, worth $35, S25.00 Soli I Gold Ring. 3 tur quoises rubies or emer alds, worth 53, S3.75 SoUd Silver Hatpins, 25c ? .A Solid Roman Gold Chased Fine Carbuncle, worth $6 75 Same in sol id sold. $2.50 Link Cuff 52.50, silver top. Streets. Jewelers in Washington. criticized even harshlj. srodjeska's con ception having appealed to them as being inlinltely more satisfactory and convinc ing. Interest In tho coming local engage meat will center in this presentation, al though the sale of seats has been heav for everv performance. Pains In the chest when a person has a cold indicate a tendency toward pneu monia. A piece of flannel dampened wKh Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on to the chest over the scat of pain will promptly rellev e the pain and prev ent the threatened attack of pneumonia. This same treatment will cure a lame back In a few hours. Sold by Henry Evans. "Wholesale and Retail Druggist, S3S F Street northwest and Connecticut Avenue and S Street northwest and H23 Slarjland Avenue northeast. CHRISTMAS GIFTS! GoIdRimnied Spectacles or Eyeglasses. I will give a thorough examination In the Ophthalmic Test Room with the oph thalmometer free of. charge to any one. purchasing, a pair of mj glasses. Fine quality solid gold ej e glasses from ?l up. Scientific correction of difficult cases a specialtv. Astigmatic ees always cause head aches. I'll treat them. ' i : ,j wW Vaseline Jar. vturui c 50c ZeAf I irV RNr? . F. Proctor' Donaliey, Graduate Scientific Optician. At Carl Petersen's, 934 F Street AMnSBMESTTS. LAFAYETTE li Absolutely Sq. Opera House. II rireprOOT. Every LreniDg and Saturday Matinee it I p. m. ULAJVCIiC MEI.UOUIE WAT.SH nnd MACDOWELIi In TAY DAt ENPORT'S Production of SRDOU'S GIlEir PLAYS: Tonisht and Saturday iUtinee. 'ASTOSV .VM) CLEOPATRv,;" Saturday, "IED0IH." ETKA. - MOtDAY, DEC. 3th. ITALIAN CRAND OPERA By the Koyal IUlian Grand Opera Co. ItEPEIlTOIRE: ibitiiij Cavalleria Rmtlcana And two acts from Lucia de Llmmerraoor. Tuesday Trovafore Wednesday Fau.t Thursday ....Cavalleria ltoti(an and ITartliaccl Vtuy Trovstore Saturday iljllnce Lucia de Lammermoor Saturday Sight r'auat At Reirular Theater Prices. SE VTShOtt" OV SllE. COLUMBIA. ALL WEEK. 25and50c?ST.75cand$l J. H. Haverly's AMEUICVX EUnOPEAV MINSTRELS. g&v -NEXT WEEK- Tho I ilimirmno IS V- IX-' L.lil(JUUUIIO, In Their Createst Hit. The finlrien Hnrwshn?. ffl 'J SEATS NOW nv SVT.IL NATIONAL. Toniglit at &15. llJtuiee Saturday at oi Smith Russell la a, new comedy by CU MILES KLEDf, HON. JOHN GRSGSBY. 2EXT WEEK SE VTS SELLLSC. The one great tragedy event oi the sea33B, Madame la the following Repertoire: Jlondar Even dk ..... Maff-li Tbm Eve. and Sat, Mat JUry Stuart edne-diy tve Antony and Cleopatra Thursday Even nj Carrulle Fndav Evtmnx- As lou Lite It Saturday Everunj Macbeth ACADEMY.'g-S'r A Drama DtrsrrlptiT-e of Dixie tcJ the Deep, ON LAND and SEA. NEXTWrEK CTS RE.VDV THE S3&YS In "V IIt Did Time" fJOAN-'n opfka IIOLsE -"CVUUU'lfCCft. Daily Mats i U p. m Er-i:;, S 15 Tlie Onpnal PASSION PiAT. Reserved Seats. 5c. 35c, and 0c doii3i n. 2Sc. On sale at Guzman's, in L. F llroop Jc Soni. Matmecs, CMIJrtn, 10c, Adults, i KERNM-S StBr. AFTERNOON 2 13. CVFMiG-S 13. Reilly & Wood's BIG SHOW 37 SEE 'EM! COKVT 'EM' EMUl. 'EU' 37 xt Wcei-IRIVIV BItOS. lH.Kt.E5qi UK?. r.I.IOL TIIKAIIHI Esrr liav. Iherr :isiit in. so. so, r.o ri.. The Legitimate Burlesque on ' Cjur.0 De Br serae," entitled ' Cjranoze De Boct Jack." 50 Bu I -viuers The Neunlles, AVhitaev 1! o , H ! and Lorctto, Ca.ino Comedy lour. NOW ON EXHIBITION 1209 Pa. Ave. Cooper's tWrklerful luntu jr. POSING TOR THE "ALTOGETllm.' 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