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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1809.
Lansbursjh & Bro. The tess Display Will Be at Its Be.t Tomorrow. All the art that foreijrn and home converters could devise in fashionable textiles v be on exhibition eer new conceit in diess wear will greet aou. This Aill be a .showing that will .sub oidinate all of our previous ef foits mp decided to quote the following special pi ices on our new noeltics: $3.98 For a $5 Dress Pattern. Ample quantities for garment of the following material: Silk and Wool Jacquards. Fine All w ool Cheviots. Steam Sponged Homespuns. All wool Poplins. $4.98 r 56 Dress Patterns. All new up to date creations, compiise in part: 45 inch Crepon Jacquards. 54 inch extra fine Whipcoids. Silk and Mohair Suitings. Sponged Xavv Cheviots. $6.98 For $8 Dress Patterns. Fresh and crisp, the handsom est foreign conceits, all exclusive. Two-toned Camel's Hair. Silk and Wool Ombre Jac quai ds. Pure Worsted Pin Checks. Imported Faneies. Lansburgh & Bro 420 to 426 Seventh Street. ouseKeeping the minute you are ready, and you can pay for the Furniture. Carpets, and Draperies as you earn the money. The little that jou can spare as "well as not once a. 'Reek or once a month will be a great plenty for us. It is much more economical to buy good furniture on credit in the beginning than to get Inferior grades, which the limitations of jour purse might make necessary, were you to pay cash We can furnish jour home, complete, from the kitchen range if you need one to the parlor suite, and our prices are as low as good goods can be bought for anywhere. Mammoth Credit Hon 3), ? X 07, 519, S2I, 823 7th Street N. W.. i Between H and I. r :'!"! : i :: -i : 1 1 m : :: m : m i :: N. KAUFMAN, Ladies' Tailor, 18 U K Street K W. SPECIAL NOTICE. Lidies wishing to secure thp newest stales end lttt foreipn matentU for lull and winter oetumt should mt mj establishment e nwke tutu at 485. of excellent materials, lined with beet of eilk perfe t male -nd fit svrnted e give our work the utmoet sttention. Imported and original modelH or I'ispertjos K KAl FM IN oclS-lxno t S20 Set of Teeth for Gold fillings ...... ?1M f Cold amalgam . 75c. Eiher amalgam 80c. Cement fillings . 60c. Porcelain crowns S 50 Gold crowne (23k ) 8 60 x Teeth cleaned . ... 75c Litrical appliances in use. Our work U guaranteed. 1 I UiLADELPHIA DENTAL PARLORS J: 1305 r St. N.Vl'. OPrK SCTtDUS FHOM 10 TO 2 FOR HE HUES OF Special Offer for Oct. 23, 24. The feminine folk of thin nt will lie inter filed to learn that Hm ixhwartx, former! cf Baltimore, has opened at 1120 (onunti rut Aienue and oSera for t be earh h?joii aiakf tailor made suite of the nes.et im p. tied fabnea for S3S Thus price will onh n d good for Ottotxr 2S and 21 ho n.lrod iff pun-bastr are sdrfetd to lake advantage f hte offer Those who are acquainted with Mr Schwartz's fashion productions will rii.1 I appreciate this offer Tin mutt stJih !i ferject titttlng rarments made bv the ife taikrs, lateH of New ork. o22 Itao Regent Shoes. All the newest and most attractive styles la men's titees. Olaclu, taw, patent leather. Bfual to amy made ipi'JU 043 FcmiHjrlTnnta Avenue. I 1 ii,I-I"I"I-I-I"I I"I"I"l"X"i"I"I"Z-I"r-."."I' t 1" I We'll J I Start You to I I u r 1 I x u i i X r IN THE SOCIAL WORLD The Thomas-Walker Wedding Yes terday at All Souls. Mnn DlsfiiiK-uislied OlHccrH of the n Present at the Ccrciuoii , Clilof Anton; 'I licitt Atltiiirnl Ucej nnl Vdmiriil Sclilcv Tin' Clement Hecejition Last MrIU. The brides and grooms of last we k had cause to bless the Ideal weather that addeJ so much to the charm and comfort of their anous wedding dajs Everj morning the sun beamed in rojal splendor, and nothing less than hing silver would do justice to the moon The most fashionable nuptial eent not onlj of the week, but of the autumn sea son, was solemnized at All Souls Church jesterdaj at noon The bride was Miss Trances Pickering Walker, daughter of Rear Admiral and Mrs John G Walker, and the groom Dr John Jenks Thomas, of Boston The church was filled to the doors with an assemblage representing everj phase of Washington societj, naval, diplomatic, and resident, together with relaties and friends from Boston, Chicago, and New York The chancel, organ gallerj, and deep niches of the stained glass windows were elaboratelj decorated with fern fronds and white chrysanthemums, and till opal crjstal 'vases filled with chrysanthe mums and tied with bows of white satin I ribbon, marked the pews reserved for th familj and intimate frienas As the organ chords announced the ar mal of the wedding group, the groom, at tended bj Mr. Charies Cheney Hyde, of Chicago, accompanied the officiating clergjman, Re. E. Bradford Leavitt, to the palm-emoowered chancel, where thej awaited the arrival of the bride She was oscorted bj her father and preceded bj the ushers, Lieut William Rodgers, U S N , Mr Henrj P Walker, the brother of the bride, Dr William N Builard, of Boston, Mr Theodore M Taft, and Mr. Frederick J Matheson, of Mew York, and Mr Arthur Keith, of Washington The two sisters o the bride. Miss Susan G and Miss Sarah C Walker, were her onlj attendants Each wore trained gowns of white mousseline de soie, trimmed with tmj ruffles in tunic ef fect, with shoulder knots of cardinal satin ribbon Their toques were artistic combi nations of turquoise and cerise e et, wita pompons of egret feathers, and their bouquets wore of rojal white chrjsanthe mums The wedding gown of pearl-white satin was made with elegant simplicity The trained skirt fell in unbroken folds and the joke and sleeves of the bodice were of rich old lace A tulle -veil fell in graceful folds from the dark hair of the bride and she carried a bouquet of long-stemmed bride roses sheathed in their foliage of leaves The ceremony was followed bj a breakfast and reception at the residence of the bride's parents on Corcoran Street, the guests being limited to a small com pany of relatives and warm personal friends of -the bride and groom Among the guests at the ceremonj -vvere Admiral Dewej, Admiral and Mrs Sch ey, the Secretarj of the Naj, Admiral and Mrs Ramsaj, Admiral and Mrs Franklin, General Greelj, Mrs John W Foster Major and Mrs Andrews, Mrs Simon New -comb. Colonel and Mrs Colton, and Miss Colton, Mr and Mrs Grew, the Misses Pickering, Miss Thomas and Justice and Mrs Graj Dr and Mrs Thomas will re side at the Hotel Belvolr, Beacon Streat Boston The social event of last night was the reception gnen bj Mr and Mrs Courtland C. Clements, at 9 o'clock, in honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Albert Clarke Leitch The marriage of Mr and Mrs Leitch took place last Au gust. They have been guests for some weeks of the bride's parents but will leave in a few dajs for New York where Mr Leitch, who is a naal constructor Is now stationed The famil residence, 1743 Eighteenth Street, was florallj beautiful with roses and cosmos blooms, together with autumn leaves that were arranged ar tisticalij about the mantels and door wajs The several hundred guests were re ceived bj Mr and Mrs Clements and Mr and Mrs Leitch the latter, radiant in white satin, the bodice eiled with spangle J net and the skirt trimmed with accordeon pleated flounce of chiffon She carried a garland bouquet of white roses Mrs J E Watkins. jr , another joung daughter o the house, contributed most graciousl to the general pleasure of the guests Among the out-of-town sitors were arris i R. H 4 For Wedding Gifts, Anniversary Presents, and CARD PRIZES. The store is brimful of the lit host, iui("4, and best in Rlerlinir Silver and Gold foi "gift" pin poses. No such magnificent stock xas eer befoie gatheied under one roof. Buying in such immense quantities enables us to sell at the same piices other letailers paj at wholesale. W 5v5SW ,W?L f . l C.i . . W SZ3g" ,1 tzr 4UUUI UJIt: OMVL'l -piuicu ; Quadruple Silver-plated BAKING DISHES, Beginning Monday we will sell these Heavj Quadruple Silver-plated Baking Dishes, full size, burnished silver, with separate porcelain-lined interior dish, handsome ly chased Sold everj whore at SS For This price as long as the lot hold6 out. Wedding Gifts, $5 to $25. A thousand and one Polid Silver Articles.jnjind out. of cases, especially adapted for Wedding Gifts, 5 to 25 equal qualities of which would cost j'ou from 2 to 5" & more. a. CORNER 7th and D Sts. I Mr and Mrs Robert Leitch and Miss Naj -lor, of New "iork That this coming Wednesdaj means to nval Its predecessors of the month is evi denced b the number of weddings an nounced for that date. Among them are Miss Ada Probasco daughter of Mrs B McLean Probasco and Mr Benjamin Trap nell of-Weht Virginia and New York The marriage will occur at St John's Church at noon Miss Marj Helen Jenks daughter of Mr and Mrs A infield S, Jenks, and Mr Ed ward Tarring New York Avenue Presb terian Church, G 30 o'clock t Miss Emma Laura Bishop and Mr Thom as L Jones Waugh M. E' Church, 7S0 p m Miss Martha Cone Mitchell and Mr Kerl lei Ilovt, at the New Church, corner of Sixteenth and Corcoian Street Evening Mrs Charles G 'vjres has reopened her New Hampshire A'vonue residence whicm has been closed for seeral months past during which time she has been enjoying summer and autumn life in the Palisades of New Jersey and on Long Island Sound Her prettj little daughter is a student at St AgnesSchool in Albnnj and her joung son is spending the autumn in the moun tains of Virginia Ii December Mrs Ajres hopes to go to Cuba to join Captain jres, who has been doing splendid service as the military and civil governor of the prov ince of Holguln On next Thursdaj will occur the mar riage of Miss Gertrude Howard and the Hon Edgar Olmstead, of Harnsburg, Pa. The bride-elect, a charming and accom plished girl, is a great niece of both Mrs John Randolph Tucker and Airs Charles Gibson, of Virginia Mr Olmstead, who was for foui jears a representative of his State in Congress, is a member of v the Bachelors Cotillion and the Chevj Chase Club Miss Bessie Baker, the daughter of Mrs John Baker, will join the Misses Worth ington and spend the winter In Rome Dr and Mrs McKInnle will sail for Europe next Wednesday on the steamship New York Senator and Mrs Lmdsaj, of Kentuckj, will not spend the coming season at a hotel as has been their custom, but will take a house for the Congressional session Representative Hawlev, of Texas, with his wife and daughter have taken apart ments for the winter at the Hotel Gordon Chief Justice and Mrs Fuller and Mr Weston Tuller who hae been spending seeral months abroad have returned Miss Fuller and Mi;s Fannj Fuller will remain in Europe until Spring Mrs James G Blaine is making an au tumn Msit to Weston Mass She is ac companied bj Mrs Walter Damrosch and Mrs Traxton Beale and their children At the annual reunion of the Mount De Sales Alumnae Association to be held at the convent near Baltimore next Thurs daj an original ode will be read bj Mrs Minnie McKee Waggaman, the historian of the society Bishop Keane will deliver the oration of the alumnae and Monsignor Conatj rector of the Catholic Universitj, will officiate at the benediction which will bring the reunion to a close The pro gramme will include an informal reception followed bv a luncheon after which a musical and literarj entertainment will be given Mrs A Leo Knott is the president of the association Dr Carl B Bojd entertained Triday evening at his home 60S Third Street northwest, several of the Georgetown Uni versitj class of 98 and an enjojable een ing was spent The features of the even ing were the singing of the Misses Edna and Daisy Taj lor. sketch songs by Mr Will Bojd, instrumental niuste by 'Miss Mabel Bojd, graphophone selections bv Dr Edward German of Alexandria, and Dr Bojd transmitted one of his own com positions, entitled "March Dedicated to Georgetown University" which was re produced with fine effect, the announce ment delivered by Dr Carlisle De Vries Recitations bj Mrs Virgie Quantrelle Brown followed The guests vvere Dr an J Miss Gorman of Alexandria, Dr Edward Commiskj, Dr Carlisle De Vries, Dr Carl B Bojd, Mr Percy Howcott, Mr Elliott Brown, Mr Charles and Misses Edith and Ruth Shank, Mr Will A Boyd, Misses Edna and Daisj Taj lor, Mrs W S Bojd, Mrs Virgie Q Brown Mr William G Fulton, Miss Mabel Bovd Miss Alta West, and Miss Susie De Veiling Miss Catherine Cecilia Lauxman and Mr Charles T McDonald were married last Monday evening in the pastoral residence of St Patrick's Church Rev Dr Stafford performed the ceremony in the presence of a number of relames and friends The bride wore white organdie over white silk and carried a shower bouquet of bride roses She was attended bj her cousin. Miss Rosa Walker who wore white or gandie and carried a bouquet of American Beautj roses The best man was Mr V & Co.'s BREAD TRAYS, .19 Beginning Monday we -will sell these Warranted Quadruple-plated, Silver-plated, Burnished Silver Bread Trays full size, being 121-4 inches long with fine chased edges. This same Bread Tray that others sell for ?2 50 vve will sell for T.p! mBmBm 1 TT Wahlei A wedding xeception was held at tho residence of the bride's mother, I Mrs H M Lauxman Mrand Mrs Mc- Donald will be at home to their friends after October 22, at CI FJorida Avenue northwest 2 A er enjoyable progressive euchre partj was given edneodaj evening at the 'Liv ingston " It was the first of the season and the games were entered into with much spirit b the players There were five tables and ten couples the names of the plajors being as follows Col and Mrs Treutlen, Mr and MrspHanrj Huddleston, Mrs Welck, Mr T BBWilson, Miss Lit tlepage, Mr Edward Morrison, Miss Mor rison, Mr Leaw, Miss Khige Mr Janner, Mrs Peabodj Mrs Baker, Miss Treutlen, Mr K White Miss Blanche White, Miss Bounds Mr Charlton Clark, Miss B V, Sherwood and Mr Littlepage The prizes were prettj damtj, and ap propriate, the first lady's trophj being won bj Mrs Welck the secord bj Miss Kluge and the ladv's "boobj, bj Mrs Peabodj The favored winners on the other side were Mr Howard Morrison, first prize, Mr T B Wilson second prize, and Mr IC White "boobj prize At the end of the games refreshments were served, and the pleasant evening closed bj all present joining ani matedly in the old-fashioned "Virginia reel," danced to bright and Iivelj music Mies Camille Bounas. niece of Colonel and Mrs Treutlen js making an extended visit with her relatives in Washington Her .sister Miss Celeste Bounds, has re turned to her home in Alabama The mninage of Miss Marian C rester lits, of Georgetown, to Mr Ralph C Powell of this citj, will take place at St John s Church Georgetown Wednesdaj evening, November 15 Mis Waller Harej Weed has opened her handsome new home on the Columbia Road Mr Weed, who is in Montana on official business connected with the Geo logical Survej, v.ill return to "Washington next month The marriage of Miss Lucy Matthews to Dr Louis Mackali, ji , will occur at Christ Church, Georgetown, on Wednesday, No- ember 15 Miss Matthews is the daughter of the late Charies M Matthews Dr Mackali also belongs to an old Georgetown famllj Miss Mollj Ehott Seawell and Miss Hen rietta Seawell, who have been spending the summer in foreign travel, hae sailed for home Mrs Theodosia B Talcott, of George town, and Mr T Edward Hambleton, the well-known bankdr of Baltimore, will be married net Wednesday Mrs Talcott is the widow of a gallant officer of the Con federate irmj, whose death occurred a number of jears ago Mr Hambleton was also South during the civil war Mrs Charles Poe, of Hillver Place, is visiting her sl3ter, Mrs John M Robinson, of Baltimore Rear Admiral and Mrs Schlej are at the Ev erett TF S Commissioner William.,, Jpnes and fam ilj are at the Portland for the wintei The marriage of Miss Annie Harkness Hollidge, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs I S Hollidge to Mr Rajmond Kingsley Cook, which was announced to take place at the Brookland Methodist JJpisoopal Church, Tuesdaj next, will occur at the residence of the bride's parents, om account of the re cent death of Mr Cook's, father. The v ed ding will be strictly private in character. Capt and Mrs George W Manning an nounce the marriage of their daughter, Emma Augusta, to Mr. L Edwards, Fridaj, October 20, ISM f WICKED PEAEL HART. Exploit of n reunite 'Western Min ing Hfjcion Pirate. (1-rom the New Aork Sim) A despatch from Tucson, Ariz , states that Pearl Hart, the joung woman who, with her sweetheart, Joe Boot held up the Globe stage coach at Can Springs Canon, Ariz , at the pistol's point on May 30, broke jail and escaped at 3 o'clock oa Thursdaj morning With the aid of an accomplice, so it is supposed, she cut through a wall ten feet from the floor, aud had several hours' start before her escape was discovered Public sentiment is in her favor and it is said that no verj deter mined effort will be made to recapture her She and Boot both swore that thej would never serve out a term in a penitentiary, but would rather kill themselves The man is now in jail at riorence awaiting trial When thej were separated Pearl Hart made a more or less desperate attempt to kill herself, or to make the bystanders think she was about to kill herself Which it was is a matter of some doubt Pearl Hart's life has been that of manj women who drift from mining camp to mining camp in the West changing their associations as thej change their habitat At the age of sixteen she eloped from boarding school with a man named Hart Thej had one child Two years after her marriage she left her husband because of his crueltj, and for nearlj three jears was separated from him He begged for an other chance and thej went to Tucson to gether Hart beat and abused hei until she left him again, after which he enlisted in a Western regiment and went to the war Then the woman, thrown upon her own re sources, went to the bad, and after living a disreputable life for several months at tempted suicide Her life was saed, and she bald that she would reform if she could find anj work to do Some miners at Mammoth sent to town ror a cook and Pearl Hart took the job Bj comparison with her former existence, the work seem ed hard to her and life in a tent was, more than she could stand With Joe Boot, ono of the miners she took a contract to freight some goods to Globe for $S In Globe she became a wait ress in a miner's boarding house but the mines shut down and she was again out of work Boot who seems to have been good to her and for whom she had some affec tion suggested that thej strike out to a mining claim which he owned and trj to dig out enough to take them both back to his home in Canada Women's cloth ing is iiot convenient for tramping and mining Pearl Hart got a boy's outfit, and for three weeks handled pick and shovel with her partner Disappointment was the wage of that labor, the claim showed no speck of color ' Then Boot proposed ' that thej hold up the Globe stage coach In a very high colored and sensational autobiographj of the dime-novel school of literature which Mr J Brisben Walked, founder of the tjpe-written Cosmopolitan Universitj hlr ed the woman to wiite for his magazine she declares that she consented to the stage robbery onlj because she needed the money to get home to hei dying mother The pair armed themsehes with revolvers and how they carried out the soheme is told by the girl bandit" as follows "Joe drew a fortj-fhe and said "Throw up jour hands'' I drew nly little thirtj elght and likewise covered 'the occupants of the stage Joe said to me Get off youi horse' I did so, while he .kept the people covered He ordered them out of the stage Joe told me to search the passen gers I found on the fellow who was shak ing the worst $300 He was trembliug so I could hardly get inj hand in his pockets The other fellow, a sort of dude, tried to tell me how much he needed the monej, but yielded $36, a dime, and two nickclb Then I searched the remaining pasenger, a Chinaman He was nearer my size, but I just scared lnm to death I onlj got $5, however" After going through the passengers they gave back a dollar to each of them, and rode away Two days latar they were cap tured and taken to Tloreiue wheie Boot was left in jail, while the woman was taken to Tucson She lemained there up to the time of her escape Pearl Hart Is about twenty-five jears old She Is small and blight, weighing less than 100 pounds Pictures of her in her male attire make her look like a sullen, homely boj of sixteen Vntil, bj K-H-S-H-I-I- ! IHH;- f -J All &. Three Suits worth 0 j - $8, $9, and $10, pD.OU. A handsome assortment of Ladies' Tailor-made Suits, ill serges, home spuns, and plain cloths. Some are plain and others braid-trimmed The new skirt backs and nobby jacket effects. You can hae 'em in blacks and colors Selling at other stores" for $10 Price, ?5 50 Ladies' Jackets, worth $8, $4.98. Elegant quality Kersey Jackets Silk-lined throughout Jackets cut in the latest stjle Worth $S, for ?4 98 $1.50 Waists, 98c. Stjlish flannel Waists, with fronts of rows of narrow braid cross effects, also bias effects, sold everywhere at $150 Colors are black, cardinal, blue. Price, 9Sc t Our Trimmed Hat Special for Monday. We'll place on sale Monday one of the greatest value givers iu Trimmed Hats. These hats are trimmed in, the latest faslronab'.e ideas beautiful plumage elegant velvets. In blacks aud co'ors. Hats uorth $5 sacrificed ior 75c Untrimmed Hats, 37c. Ladies', Misses', and Children's Hats, in black and colors, all shapes, Includ ing shortbacks, turbans, and flats Worth 7c Price, 37c 25c Ostrich Plumes, 12c. !T Tnrcp size Ostrich Plumes. Worth double For 12c. 25c Silk Ribbons, 14c. The lot consists of fine Black Taf fetas, Plain and Tancj, Satin and Gros Grain, in blacks, blues, pinks, whites, and man'v other shades 3 to 4 inches wide extra good qualitj 14c. 8c Muslin, 5c. Mondaj will sell one case of the famous "Rival" brand muslin; recog nized by every one to be better than Fruit of the Loom Sold everj where for Sc, just one case at 5 3-4c. 50c Union Suits, 25c. Tine liea-vy Ribbed Union Suits, with crocheted neck, fleece lined, and all sizes Regularlj sold at 50c Spe cial, 25c 35c Hosiery, 22c. Ladies' Drop-Stitched Lisle-Thread Hose, fast black, spliced heel and toe; also plain black hose, Hermsdorf dje; 35c alue Special, 22c $5 Silk Skirts, $3.88. An elegant assortment of Taffeta Silk Skirts, deep umbrella ruffles, fin ished with, cords In rojal blue, laven der, automobile, cerise, a $5 -value anj where Sacrifice price, $3 SS the efforts of J. Brisben Walker, she came to regard herself as a heroine, she was quiet and morose in her behavior Since then she has found herself an object of much curiositv, and has posed as a martjr Of late she has been announcing that she would never submit to be tried bj the laws which, as a woman, she had no hand id making It now looks as if she would make good this assertion A GIRL CHAINED TO A WALL. Her Mother Keeps Her in Ke.HtrnIii t A hile !she S.ecks IVorU. (From the Philadelphia Inquirer ) At 51 Jessie Street, San Francisco, a little girl of eight jears rattles her chains all day, tears wildlj at the walls, and floors of her dark corner, and eats anj bit of re fuse that comes her waj. The child, who makes a strange sound like a squirrel, and does not talk intelligiblj, is Lillie Tontino. born in Texas and for the first four jears of her life was like other children. Then she began to make strange, gibbering noi ses and to develop a great turn foi de structlveness She would overturn the chairs In a wanton spirit of mischief, tear the paper from the walls and rip up her dresses Punishment had no effect upon ner and from that time she has grown steadily worse A week ago Mrs Emilj Tontino, the THE .'- I KING'S PALACE DEPT. STORES, 4 1IIIITzII I ? T T T T J..-ltJLm This is not such a serious question as it may at first appear. If you place yourself in the hands of an absolutely responsible house responsible from every standpoint there is little or no anxiety or risk in buying a piano. It's more than worth your while to purchase such a piano as the Knabe, or to transact your business with such a house as Wm. Knabe &. Co. The Knabe Piano, as you may know, is unquestionably the best investment for any piano purchaser. The Knabe is a GOOD piano, viewed from any standpoint. The house of Knabe has enjoyed uninterrupted business suc cess for over sixty years. It is today more prosperous than ever before. Is it not wise to do business with such a house where the future good behavior of your piano is guaranteed for practically all time ? Wm. Knabe & Co. sell pianos of other makes for buyers who cannot now afford the purchase of a Knabe. Wm. Knabe & Co.'s terms of payment are not the least attractive features of a great business. You w 1 find that Wm. Knabe & Co. can sell you a Knabe or some other piano that will surely fill your requirements. Pianos for rent. 1422 Pa. Ave. N. W. Hats Trimmed Free of Charge. ' The-Last Week of the Sale A I Of the "Nm "lorU Di'imrtment Store' Slock of LADIES' APIB HISSES7 SUITS. nf !na?T J" be Sl da n our Ladies' and Misses Suit Department. The mU iL Zrlxr m Z ew lork department store is fat nearing its end TM eon Ing week will undoubtedly wind up the sale so great has the demand tee for TnmnK1, "I M,I,,nery Sectlon nwv tlred in the moat gorgeous rit. !S'SfJ ats, Pr'ces, to satisf tne Popular fancy Visit the other departnttats stamps graU S thGSe columns' and you II find bargains galore, with premium Incomparable Suit Suits worth (FT CkQ $10, $12, and $15, P . "O. Handsome Homespun Veastiana, Broadcloths, Coverts, and Serge Suits, silk-lined jackets, tunic and habit back skirts, full lengths and width In all the popular shades, including black A suit for $7 VS. Homespun and Plaid $3.48 Skirts, worth $6, The New Tashionable Homespun and Plaid Skirts, in the new shades of grej. and all made in the latest style, habit back. Sold everj where at ?G Price, $3 IS 75c Waists, 49c. Your choice of dark Waists in plaids, checks, and stripes, pretty effects in grey, blue cardinal and green, blouse front, worth 75c Price, 49c $1.50 Untrimmed French Felt Hats, 75c. All shapes black and eolors The lot includes walking hats and turbans. Worth $1 30 Price. 75c. $1 and $1.25 Gloves, 68c. Fifty dozen genuine Kid Gloves 1 clasp embroidered back in black, white, slate, pearl, ox-blood, tan, modes, and ail the latest shades Full line of 'zes from 5 1-2 to 7 1-2. Erery pair warranted to be worth $1.25 8Sc Domestics. 7c Canton Flannel, 47c. One case Heavy Twilled and well fleeced Canton Flannel, full width; worth 7c Special, 4 7-Sc 5c Shaker Flannel, 3c. Ten pieces fine, soft-finish Shaker Flannel, sold everywhere for 5c. Mon daj, 3 7-8c 124c Pillow Cases, 10c. 50 dozen 1536-inch Pillow Cases; made of excellent grade muslin, hand torn wide hem worth 121-2 for 10c 59c Sheets, 44c. One case bleached sheets made of the round thread cotton no sheet will give more wear, double bed size, for 44c. 10 c Crash, 6c. Monday will sell an extra heavy linen crash 20 inches wide unusuallj good value at 10c special 6 3-4c. 3-HH-r4"K"I"X"I- -!! 'X"I"X-X"I-X"X" mother of the child, went to San Francisco with her five children Mrs Tontino had a fearful journey She was on the train that was held up and robbed in Arizona. Her feeble-minded boj Joe aged fifteen, escaped from his mother and got off the train, and Mrs Tontino was obliged to wait a day for him at Tucson Then Lillie threw the familj valise out of the window, scattering clothes and what monej the distressed mother had. The train was btop ped ten minutes and the poor woman went back and gathered together such of her be longings as she could And., At last the lit- Itle family arrived and rented a grimy basement of three rooms at 51 Jessie Street, The boj Joe got out of the house J one day and wandered awaj and was taken , to the city hall He could not tell his name nor where he lived, and his mother was threatened with arrest for cruelty to children. The officers of the Children's Society in estigated the cases of the two children and saw the girl in her bare feet, fastened by a dog chain to the wall Thej will make an effort to send both children to the Home for Feebleminded at Glen Ellen Mrs Tontino is an Engllsn woman, who halls from the north of England She married an Italian who lived in Texas, and who, she says was crazed on the subject nf rpllfinn TT it nf thr nnlnlnn thnf I PURCHASE OF A KNABE PIANOS and T Uj x U(f t v 31 U v T , t ! Items. Suits worth G i rsi up to S20, ipIjZ.DU. The banner assortment of th tot. Swell looking Broadclotba, GmmTs Hair, Venetian, and Serg Suits. PMs and braid-trimmed. All atlk-ltonL. Latest ett Jacket effML Nw Mate and haMt-back skirts. Worth up to $20, for $12.S0. Children's Reefers, worth $4 to $7, $1.98. i A natty line of Reefers In rough aad plain cloths. Sailor and notch cottar, braided. Worth from $4 to $7. far $195. $4 Waists, $2.98. Handsome aecordton pleated Waist. made of extra quality brliltenttae, sty lish high collar, latest effect in sleeve, marked to sell at $4. Price, $S.9C $1 Trimmed Golf Hats, 38c. Charming Trimmed Goif Hats, with Ottoman silk band and qtril! trimo-Jag. In black and colors For 3Sc 19c Eagle Quills, 5c Large size Eagle Qoftts. Worth He For 5c. 98c Umbrellas, 46c. A special purchase of LwHta an Gentlemen's Umbrellas extra stroag. durable coverings natnrai weed mm! Congo stick bandies. Worth 48c. 20c Red Flannel, 15c. Very heavy twill red flannel; width, excellent value, at 2tc cial for Monday, 15c 9- 25c White Flannel, 19c. f Fine quality, heavy twitted -watte 4l flannel Same grade cannot be had T under 2Sc Special Be T 19c Blackbirds, 7c. X Jet Blackbirds, a dainty hat tcfemsiteB, for 7c. 4 t NOTIONS. ? 9e Brush bindings, all colors...... 5e 4 3e card of hooks and eyes, with or y without "hump.' 2 doses for........Se j 190 spool black sewing silk, 3 .. spools for 5c J. 5e aluminum thimbles ...1c 4- 10c pair of aluminum back cocseta 7 clasps 4c X 5c soutache braid, ail colors le t 12 l-2c Hereules braid, all widths. Se X 812814 Seventh Street. 715 Market Space. the Lord would provide and that his will was absolute He efused to do anything for himself or his family, ami finally th wife secured a divorce rrom him. Mrs. Tontino has had great trouble The eldest child, a girl of seventeen, has a distressing; ailment and is not strong mentally. Sfco is, however, able to mind the house dar ing her mother's absence The next cMM is feeble-minded Joe, the next a pretty girl who is perfectly normal and a sweet and modest child, the next is Lillie, and the j oungest a baby boy of three, who has I not as yet given any signs of being differ ent from other children. In Texas Mrsv , Tontino owned her own home and earned a living for herself and five children hy going out to work, but her health tailed in the hot climate and she went to San Francisco, hoping to get her sick children into some institution. She is perfectly willing to part with- them and only wishes to see them cared for For two years, shfr sajs, she has been in correspondence wib different institutions for the feeble-miadep. She also says that the State of Texas pro Mdes no institution of the sort Mrs. To tlno was assistea to reach San Franei&ee bj friends and neighbors in Texas. She seemes a respectable woman who has been extraordinarily unfortunate She is will ing to work to support her other children. PIANO. Others. 1 J. i J. $.98 I T