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THE AEMY BETTBING BOAED
Major W If Baldwin Succeeds Col
J 31 Marnhnll
Acting under instructions from Presi
dent Roosevelt the Acting Secretary of
War has detailed Major William H Bald
win commissary U 8 Army as a mem
ber of the Army Retiring Board appoint
ed to meet at San Francisco vice CoL
James M Marshall assistant quartermas
ter general U S Army who has been
relieved
Capt Klon F WUIcox Sixth Caralry
has been directed by the Acting Secretary
of War to report in person to MaJ Gen
Samuel B M Young President of
the Army Retiring Board at such time
as the Utter offlcer may Indicate for ex
amination by the board Upon the com
pletion of his examination by the board
Captain Wtllcox Trill return to his proper
station
CASTORIA tuhhzzi imiM
Tfcf Kiti Yh Haf i AtwajLBoHkt
MR COBTELYOU DEPAETS
To Arrange the Affairs of the Laic
President at Canton
The Prlintc Secretary o Assist 51
JlcKlnlrj Visitor nt the While
IIiuno The Houses clt Children
Purchase lllcjeles nod Go Hiding
Mr Cortelyou Secretary to the Presi
dent departed at 7 50 oclock last night
for Canton He will remain there for
several davs and will consult Mrs lie
Klnlcy regarding a number of business
matters He will probably bo back at the
White House on cither Monday or Tues
day Tho business which takes Mr Cor
teljou to Canton 13 mainly connected
with Mrs McKlnleys departure from the
White House A number of private busi
ness matters aro also involved
During the administration of President
McKinlev Secretary Cortelvou was sec
ond only to the President himself In un
remitting attention to Mrs McKlnleys
comfort Whenever she took trips with
the 1retldcnt Mr Corteljou nlwavs ar
ranged train schedules and accommoda
tions with particular regard to her de
sires and comfort
It was Just a week jestcrday since the
President returned from Canton In that
brief space of time be has gained such a
knowledge of the business of the ornce
that he will be able to get along without
the assistance of Mr Cortelyou for sev
eral days There was the isual largo
number of callers ystcrday most of
whom merely desired to pay their re
spects to the President
Mr Roosevelt was elated at the advent
of Mrs Rooseclt and his children Ker
mit and Hthcl who arrived the preceding
nlcjit After breakfast with them at 830
oclock he went to his desk and went
through a large amount of routine busi
ness with the aid of Mr Cortelou After
that he received callers
The President is manifesting keen in
terest in the approaching session of the
Pan American Congress which will con
vene In the City of Mexico on October 22
John Barrett ex Mlnlster to Slam and
delegate from tho United States to the
congress saw tho President for a few
moments The delegation of this coun
try will meet Informally in Washington
on Tuesday next and will be received by
the President and will then start for the
City of Mexico
Reciprocity and arbitration will be two
of the principal topics discussed Tho es
tablishment of an International court of
claims is a matter in which nearly all
countries to be represented in the con
gress are interested It is more than
probable that plans for the establishment
of such a tribunal will be fully matured
when the congress adjourns
International sanitary laws will be dis
cussed nt length and steps will be taken
to Influence better steamship communica
tion between the coasts of this country
and the principal ports of South America
In view of the fact that there is how a
general tendency toward legal restriction
of the propaganda of anarchism it is
considered not improbable that this mat
ter will be taken up in a general way al
though It Is doubtful if any definite move
will be made before the United States
takes an independent and initiatory step
In that direction
Representative Richardson of Tennessee
paid his respects to the President In a
short visit He is at present in the city
on business connected with the Scottish
Rite Masons and to look after certain
matters connected with -various depart
ments of the Government Frank W
Hackctt Assistant Secretary of the Navy
called and talked with the President con
cerning affairs of the Navy Department
He was followed by Rear Admiral Roblcy
D Evans General Miles came later His
call was of a social nature although army
matters were lightly touched upon
Charles G Dawes who will retire on
Tuesday from the position of Comptroller
of the Currency saw the President for a
few moments- He had a longer consulta
tion with Mr Cortelyou Senator Burton
of Kansas who Is accredited with favor
ing strongly the candidacy of ex-Representative
Peters of Kansas for the posi
tion of Commissioner of Pensions if II
Clay Evans the present incumbent of
that office is retired had a long consulta
tion with the President When he left
he said that the conference affected mere
ly local matters The principal Kansas
appointment pending Is that of district
attorney Senator Burton has recom
mended B II Tracy for the position
J P Langiey Chief Clerk of the Census
Office called upon the President and dis
cussed Kentucky political matters Among
others who called were Representative
Bartlett of Georgia Representative Pat
terson of Pennavlvania Delegate Flynn
of Oklahoma ex Senator Thurston Wil
liam Allen White Assistant Secretary
Hill of the State Department and Post
master General Smith
Harry U Butler was yesterday appoint
ed by the President as chief engineer in
the Revenue Cutter Service Urban Harvey
was appointed an assistant engineer in tho
same service Mr William Loeb Secre
tary to Mr Roosevelt jesterday received
his appointment as Assistant Secretary to
the President
Tho Roosevelt children thoroughly en
Joyed their first day at the White House
They were out of bed a long time before
the family was ready for bioakfast and
immediately began an Inspection of their
new home visiting all the apartments
and admiring the view from the windows
which overlook the White Lot and the
site of the Washington Monument
After breakfast they went out with
PInckney Mr Roosevelts colored man
servant and under his supervision pur
chased two bicjcles at a store on Foir
teenth Street They rodo the bicycles
back to the White IIouso and showed
them to their father and mother In the
afternoon they took a long ride on their
wheels going down Pennsylvania Ave
nue over Into tho Smithsonian grounds
and through the Mall between the Na
tional Museum and the Capitol PInck
ney rode with them on his own bicycle to
take care of them
Marion Em In of Macon Ga and E I
Johnson of New Orleans who several
days ago recovered at Huntington W
Va TAOOOO of the funds embezzled by
Capt Oberlln M Carter several ears ago
paid the President a social call yesterday
As he departed Mr Erwln stated that
tho Government had now recovered over
J3UO000 of the 723000 alleged to have been
stolen by Carter
Late In the afternoon the President and
Mrs Roosevelt went out for a lone car
riage drive John Barrett ex Mlnlster to
Slam dined at the White House in the
evening
The Cabinet will meet today as usual
Inasmuch as moat of the members are
absent from Washington it is unlikely
that any matters of Importance will be
taken up except In a general way
EXECUTIVE STAFF CHANGES
wnilniii Lorn Jr Ap ioliitcd to a
White House Secretaryship
Assistant Secretary Barnes of the
White House executive staff having re
quested a transfer to a responsible posi
tion in one of the executive departments
it Is understood that his appointment will
shortly be announced Mr Barnes was
appointed assistant secretary on May 1
1900 having been promoted from the posi
tion of executive clerk which he had held
during the two years previous He will
remain at the Executive Mansion for the
present as an assistant to Secretary Cor
telyou
William Loeb Jr who has rccertly been
President Roosvelts private secretary
has been nppolifed to the vacant post of
assistant secretary
Leiral Tender of the Country
In answer -to the many enquiries re
ceived almost daily at the Treasury De
partment as to the definition of the term
legal tender as to what constitutes le
gal tender In the various denominations
the Treasury Department yesterday
Issued a bulletin explaining what consti
tutes the legal tender of the country
Bears the 0
Blgnaturo P
Ol
id
FIT
THE TIMES WASniNGTON pUDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1901
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
President McKlnley selected the dato
for the marriage of Adjutant General
Corbln and Miss Edith Patten which will
take place as previously arranged on
Wednesday November fi at tho homo of
the bride In all other respects the orig
inal plans have been changed and instead
of a brilliant wedding the ceremony will
be simple in all its details in deference to
the vish of General Corbln who wa3
warmly attached to the President and is
greatly grieved at his death There will
but announcement
be no invitations issued
ment cards will be sent out later Tho
ceremony which will be attended by only
a small company of relatives and per
sonal friends will be solemnised at noon
possibly by Cardinal Giboons Miss 1 ut
ten who has been abroad nil summer
with her sisters will sail with them for
home on Octobtr 19
The White House children aro fond of
bicj cling and Ethel and Kermit the two
joung people who arrived on Wednesday
with their mother have already been
shopping with the Presidents private
messenger and bought themselves new
w heels
The marriage of Dr Loren Tabcr Bas
com Johnson of this city and Miss Fran
ces M Oliver daughter of Mr and Mrs
James B Oliver of Shields will take
placo Saturday October 5 at noon in
the Leetsdale Presbyterian Church at
Shields The maid of honor will be the
sister of the bride Miss Amelia Neville
Oliver and the bridesmaids her cousins
Miss Virginia and Miss Mary Oliver Miss
Winifred Jones Miss Susan Williams
Miss Edith Johnson Miss Mary Page
Madeira and the bride s sister Miss
Edith Oliver Mr Bascom Johnson of
Washington is to be his brothers best
man while the ushers will be Miss Oli
vers cousin Mr George Oliver Mr Jun
ius R Judson of New York who was
Dr Johnsons roommate at Yale Mr
Alexander Nelli Jr of Hagerstown Md
Mr Wallace Donald McLean Dr William
C Gwynne and Dr Johnsons cousin
Mr John Barrett of this city Art Inter
esting incident in connection with the
ceremony is that tho church In which It
will be performed was erected by the
great grandmother of the bride The- pas
tor tho Rev Mr Johnson will officiate
Shields named ifer the Shields family
one of the oldest and most prominent
In the State of which the bride Is a de
scendant on the maternal side Is near
Pittsburg and a special car will convey
the wedding guests from that city At the
conclusion of their wedding Journey tho
couple will reside at 924 Fafragut Square
where they will be at home the first and
second Tuesdays in December
The September meeting of the District
of Columbia Federation of Womens Clubs
will be omitted as many of the officers
and members are still absent from the
city
New Yorks interest is centred in the
yacht race Among those who will re
main on board their yacht during tho
races will be Lord Athlumney Lady Al
wjne Compton Capt Gordon Wilson
Lady Sarah Wilson Miss Julia Rush Miss
Jean StrtjUiers Mr J H Paulton M P
Mr Francis de Murrletta and Mr B W
Van Voorhis In addition Colonel and
Mrs Drcxel will have as their quests at
the first days race Lady Lister Kaye
Miss Emily Yznaga Mme von Andre the
Duke of Alba Mr Clarence W Dolan
Mr Louis A BIddle Mr W Barklie
Henry Mr Reginald Ronalds Mr and
Mrs Marion Story and Mr J Harriman
of New York
A despatch from London states that
there are serious fears that the marriage
of Lady Sybil Primrose the daughter of
Lord Rosebery wrill be Indefinitely post
poned because of her Illness The young
woman Is suffering from a malignant skin
disease which may permanently disfiguro
her beautiful face and on account of the
mvsterious nature of the malady the phy
sicians find difficulty in dealing with it
The disease was contracted from a pet
cat which Lady Sybil fondled and which
she pressed against her face When It
was discovered that he face was In such
terrible condition the cat was examined
and was found to have been suffering
from a virulent skin malady No date
has been fixed for the wedding of Lady
Sybil and the Earl or Beauchamp but it
was regarded as one of the events of the
autumn Lord Roeberys other daughter
Lady Crewe Is also III and her condition
is a source of anxiety to her friends
NEW COMPTEOLLEE ABBIVES
Sir IUdeely t Familiarize Himself
Willi the Affairs of Ills Position
William Barrett Ridgely of Illinois who
will sjeceed Charles G Dawes as Comp
troller of the Currency arrived in Wash
ington late yesterday afternoon He went
to tho house of Senator Cullom his
father-in-law on Massachusetts Avenue
Mr Ridgely will be Joined later by Mrs
Ridgely and will live with Senator Cul
lom only until ho can secure a Washing
ton house
Mr Ridgely declined to discuss politics
in Illinois or to speak or any matters
connected with his new position He said
that he had como to Washington a few
days bcrore Mr Dawes retirement take
effect in order to famlltarlro himself with
the duties or the office
In the campaign or 1S9G Mr Ridgely took
an active part and was the author of a
large number of newspaper articles on
the currency question
Mr Dawes will leave for the West boon
after his resignation takes effect He is
already shaping matters for his campaign
for Senator In Illinois He has called
several times on President Roosevelt It
Is well known that Mr Dawes had the
sunnort of Mr MeKinley and It is prob
able that the influence of tho administra
tion will be thrown his vay
Culunibln Theatre
Anna Held the famous little French
beauty will be the attraction at the Co
lumbia Theatre Monday night and her
offering to her large following in Wash
ington will be her new musical comedy
The Little Duchess by those popular
writers De Kovcn and Smith The music
Is excellent and wholesome The large
sale of seats and those that are arrang
ing theatre parties for this coming en
gagement give every Indication of a very
brilliant week The Littlo Duchess is
full of life and action and some handsome
gowns aro worn Manager Zeigfeld has
staged the play sumptuously
Stewart I luvrcll
Miss Bessie Howell daughter or Mr and
Mrs Edwin Howell and Dr John Whlte
hurst Stewart were married at the resi
dence of the brides parents Wednesday
night by Rev Dr DufTey The house was
beautifully decorated with palms and
flowers Dr Charles Alexander Ragan
was best man and Miss Sallle Beamer
maid of honor The bride was ha ldsomr
ly gowned In white silk and lace and her
attendant In pink organdie O Promise
Me was rendered before tho ceremony
by Mr John Duffy nnd wedding marches
were playd by Miss Sallle Mason A
reception followed before the departure of
Dr and Mrs Stewart for New York
They will be at home Thursdays after
October 6
LAID TO BEST7AT OAK HILL
Funeral Services Over the Re
mains of Judge Wilson
Dr Tennis S Hamlin Unloiilzcs the
Eminent Dead Jurist Prominent
Oinclnls Preseiitfnt the Final Cere
moniesThe Interment Private
Funeral services pver tho remains of
Judgo Jeremiah M Wilson were held at
tho Church of the Covenant yesterday
afternoon at 2 oclock Rev Dr Teunls
S Hamlin pastor of tho church conduct
ed tho services and delivered a brief ad
dress The honorary pallbearers wero Sec
retary Wilson of tho Department of Ag
riculture Gen John M Wilson Chapln
Brown President of the Bar Association
Mr Justice Brewer Senator McComas
Judgo C C Cole Admiral Dewey Rear
Admiral Schley William Thompson Har
ris Justice Bingham Judgo Morris
George E Hamilton General Sherwln of
Boston Horace S Cummlngs U N Be
thel Joseph H Cranford Thomas R
Jones L P Shoemaker R Ross Perry
and J J Darlington
The active pallbearers all chosen from
active members of the bar in Washing
ton were E W Van Dyke J M Nolan
John B Henderson Jr Charles Frailey
James W Greer W J Lambert William
T S Curtis and Frederick E Chapln
The members of tho District bar met
at 130 at the rooms of the association and
proceeded In a body to the Church of the
Covenant to attend the funeral service
The church was completely filled with
the friends of the lata Jurist one section
being reserved for members of tho bar
and another for tho officers and employes
of the Chesapeake and Potomac Tele
phone Company who wero present in a
body Judge Wilson at the tlmo of his
death was the president or that corpora
tion
Among the prominent persons present
were Lieutenant General Miles Secretary
Root Admiral Ramsay Mr Foster ex
Secretary of the Treasury Captain Park
er Captain Raner Commlsssloner II
B F McFariand C C Glover O T
Dunlap President of the Capital Trac
tion Company Justice Kenna of the Su
preme Court Judge Shepard W D
David ge ex District Commissioner Doug
lass Captain Lemly A P Hanna Dr
Huehllng retired Medical Director U S
N and Mrs Huehllng and A A Hueh
llng The latter has been associated with
Judge Wilson In some of his most import
ant cases
The ushers were Garry Brown H W
Van Dyke T J Pickett C C Tucker
C II Bates and P T Berry-
Among the many beautiful floral trib
utes were A wreath of lilacs of the val
ley orchids And galax leaves sent by the
employes of the Chepapeake and Potomaa
Telephone Company a wreath from Ad
miral Schley and aitnagnlilcent floral de
sign from the Bar Association of the Dis
trict
The honorary pallbearers preceding tho
active rallbearera wfth their sad burden
entered tho church a few minutes past 2
oclock and passed slowly up the aisle to
the seats reservedjfor them while the or
gan pealed in solemn tones Those pres
ent stood as the coffin was borne Into the
church and at the same time the Rev
Dr Hamlin recited I am the resurrec
tion and the llfcj
As soon as the body was placed at the
chancel the burial service was read Dr
Hamlin addressed thccongregatlon briefly
in eulogy of Judge ifvilson He said In
part -
The greater facliscirJudge Wilsons
career are known to alTjlresenf andneed
not be formally rehearsed Tre members
of the bar who are present know far bet
ter than I do the measure of his emi
nence and how It was attained They
know the story of his industry fidelity
and success
Dr Hamlin then gave a brief sketch
of Judgo Wilsons earlier life and con
tinued
Aside from our personal friendship to
ward Judge Wilson we residents of the
District of Columbia owe him a specific
debt of gratitude for the present form
of the government or tho District It was
In his sagacity and foresight that tho
present system had Its origin Four years
in Congress is but a brief time for any
man to leave his Impress on that body
and it is significant that Judge Wilson
was selected as chairman of the commit
tee that had this work of investigatng
the affairs of the District In charge
Judgo Wilsons name ha3 been con
nected in an honorable manner with most
of the great cases coming before the
courts of the District and it Is gener
ally conceded that ho stood at the head
of his profession as a criminal lawyer
and was without comparison in the art
of examining witnesses
After dwelling at some length on Judge
Wilsons prominence in his profession Dr
Hamlin concluded as follows
But In the years to come when one
or two shall recall his great law successes
there win bo many who win speak and
many morn who will think In silence or
the unfailing gentleness or character
which was manifest in his address and
manner and or all those traits or
ableness which cumo direct rrom the
heart
And while the shock on learning or
the sudden death or our rriend was great
does not the wish come to tis that we too
may die In the harness What better
can there be than to fall while doing in
cneerrumess tnat wonc wnicn uou nas
given us to do So with him after his
more than three score years and ten of
noble uscral kind and loving lire death
comes as a very crown to his earthly
deeds
At the conclusion of Dr Hamlin s ad
dress Frank P Reesldo sang Lead
Kindly Light Tho congregation Joined
the pastor In repeating tho Lords Prayer
when the scrices closed
After tho ceremonies In the church tho
remains were conveyed to Oak Hill Cem
etery and private interred
iNrry Order
Capt Robert E Jsapey retired detach
ed navy yard Jiire Island Cal to home
Lieut Alfred A McKethan from tho
Isla de Luzon to Jlare Island Hospital
for treatment i
Lieut Henry V Butler from the llin
doro to the Vlcksburg
Ensign Haync Hills from tho Brooklyn
to the Jilndoro
Hnsign Ljraan A Cotton from the
Vlckshurg to the Manila
Ensign Charles H Fischer from the
Manila to the Vlllalobos
Hnsign Irwin r Landls from the
tnliJM In rAltl
from the
Mlndoro to the Brooklvn
Naval Cadet Luke E Wright from the
New York to the Bnmar
Naval Cadet William K Hlddle from
the New York to the Isla de Luzon
Fast Assistant Surgeon Hdward M
Shlpp from Cavito Hospital to the Celtic
Assistnnt Surgeon William L Bell from
the Celtic to Cavlte Hospital
Assistant Surgeon Jesse W Backus
from Calte Hospital to the Brooklyn
Assistnnt Surgeon Frederick A Asser
son from Cavlte Hospital to the Ceneral
AIaa
Assistant Paymaster Willlim B Rogers
from the Vlckshurg to Cavlte Station
Assistant lij master Victor S Jackson
from Cavlte Station to the Vkksburg
Gunner Itobert E Slmonson from the
Celtic to the Brooklyn
Acting Carpenter Harry L Olmsted
from CaUtc Station to the New Orleans
The Treasury Mutejncnt
Tho receipt- of the Government yester
day according to the Treasury statement
reached the sum of J2lC39a E0 nnd con
sisted of customs J3G2K3 23 Internal reve
nue JTWWIJ nnd miscellaneous JM3
00012 The expenditures amounted to Jl
KI3000 leaving a surplus of receipts over
disbursements amounting to C789S3 W
People And prompt relief
and cure by taking Hoods
rills tho great family ca
thirtlo and llrer stimulant
Bo of druggists or C 1 UuuU Co- Ixiwsll Mais
Special
Yale
Beauty
Sale
purchased under contract by tho quar
termasters Department
Capt Charles King is relieved by the
Acting Secretary of War from duty as
professor of military science and tactics
at the Michigan Military Academy
hard Lake Mich
First Lieut Franci3 V healy Twenty
ninth Infantry Is transferred from Com
pany G to Company A of that regiment
and will Join the latter company
Leave of absence for four months Is
granted Cipt Sydney A Cloman
Infantry
The- following transfers are made in the
Seventh infantry
Capt Walter S McBroom from Com
pany B to Company K
Capt Louis H Bash from Company E
to Company B
Tpnvft nf absence for one month 13
granted Capt Harry F Jackson Artillery
Corps
Capt Samuel B Bootes is
relieved from duty as assistant in the
office of the purchasing commissary fcan
Francisco Cal and will report In per
son to the acting commissary general for
temporary duty in his office In this city
Leave of absenco for two months to
take effect upon his being relieved from
recruiting duty is granted Major Thomas
S McCalcb Sixth infantry
The following transfers are made in the
Thirteenth Infantry
Hirst Lieut Itobert W Barnett from
Company M to Company B
Tlrst Lieut Milton A Elliott jr from
Company B to Company M
Major Kuaoipn u iioen surgeon umieu
Washlncton for duty at that post to
relieve Lieut Col Joseph B Glrard dep
uty surgeon general United States Army
from duty as surgeon at Vancouver Bar
racks Washington only
Major William H Baldwin commissary
Is detailed as a member of the army re
tiring board appointed to meet at San
Francisco CaL from this office Ico Col
James M Marshall assistant quarter
master general hereby relieved
Under Instructions from the President
Capt Elon F Wilcox Sixth Cavalry Is
directed to report In person to Maj
Gen Samuel B M Young president of
the army retiring board appointed to
meet at San Francisco Cal at such time
as the latter officer may Indicate for ex
amination by the board
Leave of absence for four months Is
granted Liuet Col Charles Morton
Klghth Cavalry
The leavo of absence granted Lieut Col
James A Buchanan Porto Itlco Irois
lonal Regiment of Infantry Department
of the East Is extended one month
lca o of absence ror ten days granted
First Lieut Clifford C Carson Artillery
Co 1713
Lfive of absence for one month to take
effect upon his being relieved from re
cruiting service is granted Capt Claude
II Bwcezey Thirteenth Cavalry
Tho leave of absenco granted Capt
Frank B McKenna Tw nty elghth in
fantry Is extended one month
First Liuet John C OoodfcIInw Artil
lery Corps Is detailed as recorder of tho
ximlninc board convened atFort Sheri
dan I1L vico First Lieut Joseph B
Dounrlas Artillery Curps hereby tempo
nrilv relieved to enable him to be ex
amined by uuid board Lieutenant Good-
Indies we are havin a special sale this week on Mme Yales
celebrated line of Toilet preparations and Health remedies There is
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standard preparations of the world Mme Yales specialties are not
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Cut PricesFree Samples
Commencing today and continuing for the balance of the -week we shall
sell Mme Yales entire line at greatly reduced prices and give a large sized Jar
of Mme Yales famous Almond Blossom Complexion Cream with every purchase
amounting to 73 cents Mme Yale advises the removal of sunburn and tan from
the skin as quickly as possible as It ruins the complexion If allowed to remain for
any great length of time Dead skin soon becomes callous and wrinkles follow
Mme Yales Complexion Cream will rumove sunburn and tan Mme Yales Skin
Food will nourish dry harsh skin and make It fresh and youthful It is a specific
for wrinkles
Mme Yale has a complete line of Internal and external remedies from which
ladies can make their selection Kindly read the list quoted below and our prices
for this week
MADAME YALE SENDS
A REPRESENTATIVE
Wo ore also pleased to announce that one of Mme Yales expert assistants
will be in chargo of Mme Yales department In our store during this week for the
purpose or answering questions and assisting ladles in the selection of the remedies
best adapted to their needs We cordially Invite the ladles to visit our Yale Beauty
Department to meet her MME YALES BOOK FREE
MME YALES LISTOUR PRICES
Mme Yales Scientific ITalr Tonic regular price 100 our price 75c
lime Yalea Skin Food Youth Rejuvenator and Wrinkle Eradicator regular price 150 tad
3 00 our prie 190 and 250
lime Yales Almond Blossom Complexion Cream regular price 100 Jar our price 83 cents
JLme Yales Complexion Bleach price 200 bottle our price 185
Mme Tales Special Lotion and Special Ointment Cure for Skin Diseases regular price 100
each our price 3c each -
llme Yalea Hand Whitener regular price 100 our price 83c
Mme Yales Great Scott Cure for Superfluous Uair Sample Size regular price 100 our
price S3c
Mme Yales Skin Refiner regular price 100 our price 83c
Mme Yales Lit Skin Whltencr regular price 100 our price 63c
Mme Yales Blush of Youth External Tonic for Flabby Flesh regular price 300 our price
260
Mme Yales Bust rood regular price 150 and 30Ok our price L30 and 250
Mme Yales LaFreckla Cure for Freckles regular price f L00 our price 83c
Mme Yales Fruit Cura an invigorating tonic for women regular price 100 oar price 83c
Mme Yales Digestive Tablets regular price 100 our price 83c
Mme Yales Complexion Tablets rapid blood makers regular price 1 00 our price 83c
Mme Yales Fertilizer Tablets Constipation Cure regular price 100 our price 83c
Mme Yales Blood Tonic regular price 100 our price 83c
Mme Yales Elixir of Beauty gires brilliant expression regular price 100 our price 83c
Mme Yales Magical Secret a beautiScr regular price L0 our price 130
Mme Yales Face Enamel a skin dressing regular price 150 our price L30
Mme i ales Antiseptic for toilet and medicinil uses regular price 100 our price 83c
Mme Yales Eye Lash Grower regular price L00 our price S3c
Mme Yales Mole and Wart Exterminator regular price L0O our price 83c
Mme Yales Complexion Towder regular price 50c our price 42c
Mme Yales Complexion 5oap regular price 25c our price 10c
Mme Yales Corn Cure regular price 25c our price 21c
Mme Yalea Hair Cleanser for shampooing regular price L00 our price 83c
Mme Yales Remedies are Ileal th Restoratires and Xatural Beautificrs their action is
hygienic not artificial
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Market Space
ABSTY OEDEBS
Hnsign John a Schoficld from the I States Army nll report in person to the
mar to the Manila I commanding oincer Vancouver tiarracxs
tnalin OKmn T Tlnlh 1
lMSij lUllltTB X 41Ullil Jl
Major John V Pullman quartermaster
will proceed delay from Omaha
Neb to Sturgls S D on official busi
ness pertaining to the Inspection of horses
HARPERS
NEW STANDARD WORK
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Every Intelligent man and woman
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HARPER BROTHERS
Franklia Square New York
fellow is relieved as recorder of the board
to take effect upon the complt Wit of the
examination of Lieutenant Douslao when
tho latter will resume his duties as re
corder of tho board
The following trarsfers aro made In the
Artillery Corps-
Capt Conway II Arnold Jr from the
Fifth Company Coast Artillery to the
Seventeenth Compai y Coast Artillery
Capt Roderick Lv Carmlclne from the
Seventeenth Company Coast Artillery to
the Fifty sixth Company Coast Artillery
He will proceed to join the latter com
pany
Tno Xlecent Army Case Brought Up
President Roosevelt has been requested
to consider the cases of Lieut Richard
II Townley U S N retired who was
sentenced to dismissal for alleged connec
tion with army commissary frauds in the
Philippines and Capt J C Reed U S
V who was sentenced to dismissal and
Imprisonment for a similar offence An
effort Is being made to secure the release
of Captain Reed on tho ground that Ma
jor General MacArthur commanding the
army In the Philippines has no authority
to take na action In the case
Lyons
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Tooth Pwdsr
AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century
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and
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New York f asMigon Faris
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Fridays
Our
Remnant Day
Articles of use comfort convex
nionce and ornament for homo and tha
person are In the list and they are all
marked for quick selling Scores of
odds and ends shout lengths and one-of-a-kind
things and attention Is call
ed to several small lota of Lacs Cur
tains odd Couch Covers alngls pieces
of Art Furniture ends of Upholstery
fabrics and Art Squares suitable for
covering sofa pillows chair seats etc
a most Interesting- collection of useful
articles at half and two thirds regular
prices Every department is repre
sented
Special Sale
I
of
Black and Fancy
Silks
Several kind3 and styles suitable for
Waists Dress Skirts Petticoats lin
ings etc offered at reduced prices as
follows
122 yds 20 inch Black Peia de Cjjne
SocyA
Regularly 75c
63 yds 21 Inch National Bine Surah
55c yd
Regularly 75c
195 yds 19 iach Black and white Changes Mf
Taffetas
50c yd
Regularly 75c
t9S yards Fancy Hair line Striped TaffetaSt
50c yd
Regularly 75c
23 yds Black and White striped Satis I
55c yd
Regularly 75c
First fioor J3t
Special Sale
of -
Art Linens
At Almost Halt
A lot of beautiful hemstitched and
drawn work IJnens Including Centres
Bureau and Buffet Scarfs Tea Cloths
and Tray Cloths Some ore plalr some
stamped The designs are pretty and
the cloth of smooth and One quality
We offer the entire lot at the special
price 1
50c a piece
Art Dept First floor i Vi
Mens Department
30 Mens Fine Madras Shirts with cuffs
attached all somewhat soiled sizes 11
1414 15 15 16a and 17 Reduced from
150 to 73c each
2D Mens Flowing end
Scarfs in seasonable colorings odds and
ends of our dollar line Reduced to 60a
each
2 Suits Pajamas silk and cotton mix
ture somewhat faded small sizes Re
duced from 51000 to 300 suit
12 Mens Light Blue Merino Undershirts
medium weight sizes 40 and si Reduced
from L50 to 73c garment
43 pairs Mens Fancy Striped Lisle
Thread Half Hose sizes 9VS 10 10V4 and
U Reduced from S3c to lite pair
2 Mens Black and Red Blanket Wrap
pers size 2C Reduced frcm 400 to 309
each
First floor
Suit Department
1 Dark Grey Golf Cape plaid back re
versed hood large collar Reduced from
373 to 300
1 Plaid back Golf Cape reversed hood
finished with bands of stitched cloth Re
duced from J1S30 to 1250
1 Blue Cheviot Tailor made Suit
lined jacket percaline llned skirtsize Zi
Reduced from 15 00 to SJ73
1 Black Cheviot Tailor made Suit fin
ished with stitched taffeta bands size 34
Reduced from 1350 to 373
3 Blue Cheviot Fall Suits short jackets
lined with taffeta stitched taffeta collars
and revers sizes 34 3o and 3S Reduced
from 31 00 to 13 00 each
2 Black Cheviot Skirts percaline lined
Reduced from 730 to 150 each
1 Lavender China Silk Tea Gown trim
med with lace and ruffles slightly soiled
size 38 Reduced from 1000 to 375
3 Zephyr Gingham Shirt Waists with
lavender and pink stripes sizes 32 34 3C
and 33 Reduced from L90 to 50c each
Third floor
Boys Department
27 Double breasted Cheviot Suits fancy
mixtures medium weight sizes 8 to 16
Reduced from 375 to 250 each
21 Fine All wool Navy Blue Serge Sailor
Suits prettily trimmed and braided sizes
1 5 6 S 11 and 12 Reduced from 300 to
375 eacn
19 All wool Tuxedo Suits In navy blue
serges and fancy cheviots four pieces
coat pants vest and shield front sizes
4 5 3 9 10 and 11 Reduced from 500
and J6C8 to rt73 each
3 Fine All wool Casslmere Long Pants
Suits coat vest and long pants sizes IS
and IS Reduced from 1250 to 875 each
15 Washable Kilt Suits best qualities
handsomely trimmed nnd braided sizes
ihi and 3 Reduced from 193 and 50 to
95c each
4 Whlto Pique Blouse Suits lies t 5
6 and 7 Reduced from tXH and 350 to
150 each
5 Double breasted Wash Suits sizes S
9 and W Reduced frum 15u to a eacli
Third Hour
Woodward Lothrop
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