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O A S TO R i A rtrlnfanUiid CHtar
lira Kind You Have Always Bought
IEDDIK OF YESTERDAY
31 r Morgan and Miss JlcCliosiicy
Married at Xoon
Ciititiii InrRer mill Mls Ileuicnii
IVctlrii ri IhIit In tilt- I The
IldiwirdH Doiiuell uptlnl Im
presnltlj i1ciiiiiIzimI ill ICteliliiK
One of the prettiest of yesterdays wed
dings was that of Miss Mary 31 Reagan
and Capt George A Iaeger late of the
Twelfth Infantry V S A which was
solemnized at 3 oclock In tho afternoon
at the hrldcs home Rev J G Butler
D D of Luther Memorial Church offi
ciating The ceremony was performed in
the first parlor the windows of which
were screened with graceful palms The
mantels were banked with maiden hair
and itag ferns and the chandeliers
wreathed with woodland vines Against
the background of greener throughout
the parlor lloor were quantities of snowy
blossoms The bride stylishly attired for
tra cling In a tailor gown of light tan
relieved with blue panne elet and car
rying a bouquet of white roses descended
the stairway with her sister Mrs W P
Montague whose toilet was composed of
black and white Little Mary Louise
Montague n fairy Hte blonde preceded
her aunt as Jlower aid wearing a frock
of light blue and white silk and carrying
bridal blossoms Mr Harry Schuler
acted as best man The brides grand
mother n vpnprihlp Indv nf ltfbtv nlne
J and about forty additional guests wit
nessed the ceremony which was followed
by a collation Captain and Mrs Iaeger
will be absent on their wedding trip for
about two weeks and then return to their
home 1110 Thirteenth Street northwest
The grooms old and valued friend Mr
George P Good of Akron Ohio who
owns a large coffee plantation In Porto
Rico was among the guests The wed
ding marches were played by Miss Payne
The bride until her marriage was an ex
aminer In the Pens m Cfflce and among
the many beautiful gifts that give testi
mony to her popularity was a set of
colonial table and dessert spoons from
her colleagues of the Bastern DUisIon of
the Pension Office nd a carving set and
a hcnicc of small fciiver from the Certifi
cate Division Captain and Mrs Iaeger
will give a reception upon their return
after November 13
The marriage of Miss Mamie Donnelly
daughter of Mrs Anne C Donnelly to
Mr W Walton Edwards took place at
the residence of the brides mother 1103
Last Capitol Street at S oclock last even
ing in the presence of a large company
of relatives and personal friends A re
ception from 9 until 10 oclock followed
the ceremony which was performed by
Itev J M O Brien pastor of St Peters
Church The drawing room in which the
ceremony took place was elaborately
adorned with white roses asparagus
vines and palms the couple standing In a j
bower arranged In the ba window The
same efftct was carried out in the library
al o tne uimng room wnere a uuuei sup
per was served The only attendant was
the brides young niece Mary Edith Don
nelly gowned In blue crepe de chine over
taffeta silk The bridal gown of white
Burmah silk sent from the Philippines
fnr the occasion bv the brides brother
Capt Itlchani J Donnelly was trimmed
with enmon aim orange oiossoma jier
tulle eil was fastened with the same
flowers and she carried a bride rose
hououet Mr and Mrs Edwards left for
a northern trip the lalr attired in a
traveling gown of brown broadcloth
They will be nt home Thursdays after
Nov ember at I1U3 cast uapuoi street
In the parsonage of St Patricks Church
at 1130 oclock jesterday morning Mr
Charles L Shank of the city Postofllce
and Miss lanche M Connor daughter
of Mrs Mary A Connor were married
by the Rev Dr Stafford In the presence
of the immediate family only The bride
was tastefully gowned in a traveling suit
of blue broadcloth with hat to match
Immediately after the ceremonv the
young couple left for New York City and
Niagara Kalis and will be at home to
their friends after November 12 at 802
Second Street northwest
The marriage of Miss Bessl Adclla Mc
Chesney daughter of Mr and Mrs John
Dey McChesney to Mr Johnson Itlkcr
Morgan of Cumberland Md took place
yesterday at noon t the New York Ave
nue PrcsbMerlan Church Under the di
rection of Prof John Porter Lawrence
the choir quartette composed of Mrs
VIlson Shitliff Miss Pauline Whlttaker
Mr Nolan and Mr Pierce sang the nup
tial music that announced the entrance
of the bride Es orted by htr father she
passed up the aisle preceded by her sis
ter Miis Agnes McChesney and by the
ushers Mr Randolph Millholland Mr
Marshall Gillette and Mr Morris Clarke
all of Cumberland Mr Walter Marshall
of New York Mr Douglass SImms of
tills city and Mr A G McChesney who
cam on from his post at Kort Slocum
to assist at the marriage of his Ulster
The wedding gown was of soft white
satin elaborately tucked from the waist
to the tippling flare flounce that formed
a graceful train Pearl passementerie and
a bertha of point lace formed the bodice
trimmings and a long misty tulle veil
worn over the faoe was fastened with
valley lily sprays The same blo coms
composed the bridal bouquet
The maid of honor was strikingly hand
some in pink crepe vie meteor tucked di
agonally with the train flounce formed
of alternate Vandke folds of the crepe
and white point desprit The high bodice
and elbow sleeves were finished with
Ivory tlntcd Flemish lace with which
were worn long black gloves of suede
The picture hat of black velvet was
trimmed with a single plume and the
flowers carried werq pink chrysanthe
mums
The groom and his brother Mr Harry
Morgin awaited the arrival of the bridal
party In the chancel and the ceremony
was performed by tho rector Rev Wal
lace KiidcllfTe D D
Mrs McChesneys gown was of pastel
grey silk finished with rich lace Only
the family and relatives
Joined the bridal train at tho breakfast
serve d after the ceremony at the Mc
Chesney itrldence 2903 Thirteenth Street
on Mount Pleasant Heights Among the
guests from other cities were Mr Rich
ard D Johnson and Miss Johnson of
Cumberland and Mrs Robert Johnson
and Miss McChesney of Norfolk Va
Later In the day Mr and Mrs Morgan
left for a northern trip before golrg to
Cumlerland where a pretty home await
lnm nV hfipu f iitiif i ntin uafl
I of blue cloth with hat and wrap to cor
respond The guests at tne cnurcn wer
composed chlelly of the old resident set
to which the brides family belongs Her
grandfather was Edvvnrd II roller
one of the pioneer citizens of the Dis
trict while the groom who formerly re
sided here Is the grandson of the late
Commissioner Morgan who was promi
nently identified with the Interests of the
city for many j ears
Rev John A Aspinwall will officiate Jit
the marriage of Miss Helen BIrney to Mr
Cliarles R Gantz and not Bishop Satter
lte as announced The bride-to-be Is a
member of St Thomas parish and the
cremony will be rerformed by its rector
The President and Mrs Roosevelt have
accepted an Invitation to attend the wed
ding of Miss Patten and Adjutant Gen
eral Corbln which will take place next
Wednesdjv
Miss Elizabeth rerguson has returned
to town and Is at her home 734 Fifteenth
Street with her father Major rerguson
V S A retired
Mr Alfred H Thlessen of the Weather
Bureau and Miss Ruby II Eastman of
Portland Ore were married Tuesday at
the residence of Prof Cleveland Abbe of
the Weather Bureau by IUiv It T Tay
lor D D of Baltimore
Mr Harry Ernest Hay and Miss Ida Lee
Parry daughter of Mr and Mrs R L
IVrry were married last night at 8 oclock
at Gunton Temple Presbyterian Church
Rev Dr Flske performed the ceremony
Boars tho
Signature
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TUB TjMES WASHINGTON THURSDAY OCTOBER ajn 1901
The ushers were Mr James Jl Hge Mr
James B Alexander Mr Iyrin U Gra
huni and Mr Henry V Draper Little
Virginia Stealer HuddIeorUili groom s
nltce who acted a flower maid wore n
frock of pink crepe and carried la It ipc
roses The wedding gown was of white
tulle over white taffeta and bride roses
formed the bouquet Upon their return
from a two weeks trip to the North Mr
and -Mrs Hay will reside at 1PX Vermont
Av enue
Dr and Mrs Loren T B Johnson after
n three we ks wedding trip through Can
ada are at their home- 921 Parragut
Square Mrs Jeihnson will be at home
the lirst and second Tuesdays in Decem
ber
The marriage of Miss Madeleine Gary
joungest daughter of the formei Post
master General and Mrs James A Gary
of Baltimore to Dr Andrew R Whltrldge
of the same cltv will lake place at Brown
Memorial Presb terian Church November
II at noon
Another Baltimore marriage of general
soelal lntrett will be that of Miss May
Patterson Harris daughter of Mr and
Mrs Hall Harris and great niece of the
beautiful Betsy Patterson wife of Jerome
Bonaparte to Mr Samuel Hardy of Bos
ton on Tuedav November It at noon at
the First Prcsbj terlau Church
KYELE BELLEWS NEW PLAY
A Gi ntlciiiiiii of France Mircrmi
full Produced lit Ottmvn
Kyrle who has been engaged
by LIcbler Co for a tour of the United
States commenced his season in a
dramatic crsion of Stanley Wcymans
novel A Gentleman of France at
Ottawa Canada last night and from
the following despatch scored a success
Kjrlc Bellew tonight gave the first
presentation of Harriet Fords dramatiza
tion of Stanley Wej mans romance A
Gentleman of France The occasion
which served to reintroduce Mr Bellew
as a star was made a gala event and the
theatre boxes were all occupied by Lord
Mlnto Governor General of Canada and
his sulto The magnificent production- of
A Gentleman of France which was made
under the management of Liebler Co
the American managers was the most
stupendous spectacle that has ever been
exhibited on the stige of Ottawa
There were curtain calls almost with
out number It was necessary to lift the
curtain eight times at tho end of the
second act and fourteen times at the ter
mination of the third net At the con
clusion of the play the audience refused
to leave the theatre until Mr Bellew and
the entire company passed in front of the
curtain
There can be no question as to the
pronounced success of the Inaugural of
Mr BUlews starring tour under the
Liebler management The work of the
chief plajer was forceful graceful
studious at times dashing always and
the magnetic personality that has In
variably characterized Mr Bellcws per
formances was in evidence more perhaps
tonight than ever before His was a
great personal success Eleanor Robson
the lending lady came In for a liberal
share of the praise and her daintiness
charm of manner and Intelligent reading
of her lines caused her to achieve a suc
cess only overshadowed tay Sir Bellews
Tho company w hich Is Qf uniform excel
lence Includes John Blair John Flood
Frank E Alkcn Charles Barron Clarence
Handysldc Howell Hansel Edgar Sel
wn Ada Dwyer Charlotte Walker Rose
Lemo ne and a score of -others
The different scenes represent the
courts of Henry III of France and Henry
of Navarre Mrs Fordmdramatlc version
of the story Is intensely Interesting and
In the hands of Kyrle Bellew and his
companion plaers is easily the best piece
tnat nas yet been made over trom a
novel
VISITED BY ABCHBISHOPS
Ttvo Pre Intes See iccxetnry Hitch
cock IlcKnrellnK Iiiellnn Seliools
Secretary Hitrhcock taa visited in his
office at the Interior Department yester
day afternoon by Archbishops Ireland of
St Paul and Rlordan of San Francisco
both if whom called for the purpose of
asking the head of the Interior Depart
ment to revoKe tne oraer or Mr Brown
ing ex Commissioner of Indian Affairs
which directed that all Indian children
be feent to regular Government schools
and agencies and should no more room
be available in those Institutions that
they be sent to sectarian schemls
Secretary Hitchcock recently suspended
that order and promised to do away with
It entirely
GUNNEK MORGAN PARDONED
Itestoreel to Grnile Lost Through
Courf Miirtlul ienteiiee
President Roosevelt has granted a par
don to Gunner Charles Morgan who came
Into prominence through the action of
Rear Admiral Sampton at the time his
request to be commissioned an ensign was
made and resorcd to him the numbers
In his grade which he lost as the result
of a court martial br tthMch he was tried
on a charge of being absent from duty
without leave The Incident happened
some years ago
With his numbers restired Morgan now
reaches the grade of chief gunner He is
now on the Pensacolo -
Gunner Morgan applied to Admiral
Sampson early this year for a recom
mendation for the rank of ensign to
which Secretary Long was authorized to
raise a limited number of warrant offi
cers The admiral although endorsing
Gunner Morgan for professional skill and
gentlemanly conduct expressed his
doubts as to the policy of raising any
warrant officers to the propesed rank
since it might Introduce social Inequality
He held that as the officers of the navy
represent the United States ahread care
should be taken to have them men of ed
ucation and refinement
Army Oreleru
Capt Frank B Me Cenna Twenty
eighth Infantry will upon the expiration
of his present leave of absence report in
person to tho commanding general Oe
partment of the Lakes at Chicago IIL
for temporary duty
First Lieut Harry C Barnes Ar
tillery Corps recently uppointed with
rank from August 22 1901 Is assigned to
123th Company Coast Artillery and will
report to the commanding officer Fort
Reno O T for temporary duty and
upon the completion thereof will ha
ordered by the commanding officer of thdt
post to Join his company at Fort Clark
Tex
The following transfers are made in
the Thirteenth Infantry
First Lie tit Arthur R Kerwln from
Company I to Company K
First Lieut Laurence Halstead from
Company K to Company I
By direction eif the Secretary of War
the following transfers arc made to take
cfiect this date
Capt erah W Torrey from the Sixth
Infantry to the Seventh Infantry Com
pany II
Capt Dwlght W Ryther from the Sev
enth Infantry to the Sixth Infantry
Company D
he following transfers ore made In the
Fourteenth Infantry
Capt Henry C Cabell from Comp vny
It to Company E Capt Fred W Sladen
from Company U to Company B
Uv direction of the Becretary of War
special orders No 23S October 15 IJ01
from this office are amendeel so as to
direct Lieut Col Enoch H Crowder
Jntlge advocate upon tho completion of
the official business pertaining to the
Judge Ailvocatc Geneials Department
for which he was directed by that order
to repair to this city to return to Tren
ton Mo and resume duty pertaining to
the legal proceedings In the casof Peter
C Demmlng late captain assistant com
missary of subsistence Fniteel States
Volunteers
Lieut Ceil Jamea Regan First In
fantry In addition to Ills present duties
will take charge of tho recruiting station
at 23 Third Avenue New York Cly New
York on r about November 1 1901 to
relieve Major William 11 Wheeler Eigh
teenth Infantry who upon being thus
relieved will proceed to Join his regi
ment at Fort D A Russell Wyo
A IlnlleilveVn Cntnert
The Caledonian Club will give a Hal
loween concert and elance this evening
at Typographical Hall 423 G Street
northwest An attractive programme In
cluding songs and recitations dear to the
heart of tho sons and daughters of Bonnie
Scotland will be given Refreshments
will be served
Netrefur WIIhoii Lenten for lovm
Secretary Wilson left yesterdiyifor bis
home ut Trner Iowa to vote He will
return to ashington about November 8
J n
COMING TU THE THEArRES
The Ciilumliln Ialn dinner Oprrn
Ciiuipnny
F C Whitney gives his personal assur
ance to the opera patrons of Uasnlngton
that his forthcominr production of Dolly
Vardcn by the Lulu GHser open com
pany will be one of the most elaborately
staged of any ever seen In local theatres
It would be difficult to Imagine how any
more lavish expenditure cf money could
be made on a production of comic opera
The costumes were designed by Mmc
Scidel of the Metropolitan Opera House
and mnde by Mme Freisenger a noted
Ne w York minliste They are of the Louis
XV period which Is at present the In
coming fanhlcn In ladles dress It Is well
known that the fashion Journals are at
the present time hailing with delight the
return of the elegant modes that pre
vailed in the fashionable world during the
reign of Louis XV the Beau King 175
j ears ago Ladles who want to know
what the main ipoints are to be in tho
fashions of the near future in stjlish
gowns hats and wraps should not fall to
see the Lulu Glasex opera company In
Dolly Varden when it comes to the
Columbia next week and see the gar
ments worn by people who know how to
wear them
Dolly Vardcn is in two acts The
time Is 1730 and two days only are sup
posed to elapse during the action of the
opera rt
The Nntlinml The Helmet of Xn
nr re
Charles Dilton willmnke his appearance
as a star at the National Theatre next
Monday night appearing in a dramatiza
tion of The Helmet of Navarre by
Bertha Runkle the author of the novel
and Lawrence Marston
Mr Dolton has been in this city each
season for the last four or live years as
the leading man of The Sign of the
Cross company He has been playing the
part of Marcus Superbus In this country
with Mr Grtets company for the last
five years and little Is known of him by
local theatregoers aside from his perform
ance of this role
In London however Mr Dalton has
been prominent in many of the big
Adelphl Theatre productions He played
the leading part In such popular suc
cesses as For the Crown The Lights
of Home and Tho Sporting Duchess
Mr Dalton will be supporteel by a com
pany of forty eight players many of them
well and favorably known In this citj
Among them may be mentioned Sheridan
Block George Wcssclls Robert V rer
guson Itose Eytlnge Grace Elliston and
Ele nnor Harry Scenlcally the production
will be it is said very elaborate and
beautiful
The LnfuyeUe The Wife
Next week the Bellows stock
company will revive Belasco and
Dc MIllcs famous society comedy
drama Tho Wife at the La
fayette The play is one of great dra
matic strength and Is especially well
adapted to the capabilities of the steick
company It will serve to bring Harry
Corson Clarke forward In a favorle role
that of Major Homer O Putnaia while
Miss Lawrence will have an opportunity
to appear in a strong emotional role a
character of dramatle voik In which she
Is said to be at her best
His Excellencr the Governor al
though unknown to local theatre goers
until its nresenution by the Bellows
organization Monday Is drawing excep
tionally well The matinee yestcraay was
marked by an overflowing audience but
the standing-room-only sign has come to
be looked unon as a regular thing at this
mid week performance at the Lafayette
nl lit 1 n nlnA aw n i u rf
mere wui uer t iiiaituct ic iw uiiio v
His Excellency the Governor Saturday
Chnc A Trip to Clilnnlmin
Musical comedy and vaudeville will be
the- offering at Chases Theatre next week
by Otis Harlan and Chases musical
comed stock comiiny commencing
with the matinee Monday The basis or
the entertainment will be Hoyts comedy
A Trip to Chinatown which was the
chief success of the stock companys en
gagement at Chases last sdmmer
Mr Harlan will again be seen as W ell-
and Strong Mr Dunne ns Ben Gay and
Miss Marble a3 Willie Grow Miss Lane
the new leading womin will be the dash
ing Mrs Guyer
A good vaudeville bill of fifteen num
bers will be provided Prominent among
them will be tin Ford sisters two dancers
who have been engaged especially for
next week Mr Harlan wll sing his fa
vorite Bobbing Up and Down Like
Tills With Miss Lane he will repeat
the ever popular Reuben and Cynthia
Walk iou Suckers Walk Max Hoff
mans popular song will be rendered by
Mr Harlan Tony Hart and Little
Chin Miss Marble will be heard in the
prpular musical number Love Me Lizc
Mr uunnc air jvniinaua auss isurnnam
and Mr Early wilt Ijjo It specialties A
nltusing ensemble cect will be found In
a neW composition of Mr Hoffman en-
titlcel inc cnapcrons Tlio proauc
tlon will be made with new coitumes and
yccnery On election night foil returns
of the voting all over the country will
lie read from the stages
TUic Acuelem Home Mreet lliiine
An Interesting announcement for next
week at the Academy of Music Is the
presentation of Edgar Smiths- latest play
Home Sweet Home Heretofore Mr
Smith has been- identified with opera books
and burlesques and his departure Into the
broader field of drama has so far met
with unqualified success for Home
Sweet Home Is said to tell a story of
absorbing interest It is described as a
comedy drama In four acts and relates
a pretty love story- which like many
others docs not run on very smooth
ground
The action of the play -occurs In a little
village In the Interior of New York State
and Its locale furnishes the author with
ample opportunity for the Introduction of
amusing characters The play Is said to
wholly coincide with its name In purity
sweetness and gentle tone It touches
the heart In jccltlng a sweet home story
plentifully Interspersed with good clean
comedy both of which make ii pleasing
combination of tears and laughter The
dnlogue Is said to sparkle with wit of a
superior variety and the Incidents of the
play to follow each other so closely that
Interest in the story never abates An
unusually strong company has been se
cured to present the play including
Harry Brown the w ell known character
actor Special scenery has been prepared
and next week promises to be an event
ful onu In the history of the Academy
Election returns will be read ram the
stage between the acts next Tuesday
evening
Illcc nnel Burtons Ilur
leMei tiers
Rice and Bartons Gaytty vganra
Company Is said to have been elaborately
prepared for the present season and will
be the attraction nt Kernans Lyceum
Theatre next week with a wealth of
scenery and eostumes a goexl cast anil
chorus which the press agent claims
numbers fifty people many clever sp
and a new production of living
pictures upon which considerable
money has been expended In order to
make them eclipse In point of splendor rny
previous efforts In this line
The company Includes Rice and Barton
Irankie Haines J K Mullen Annie
Dunn Fred Eckhold Miles and Ray
mond the Esher Sisters Lloyds and
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Hoods SarsapariliG
Which expels ell humora cures cir erup
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alluring as prices on our Carpets
Remember that OUR NEW STORE Cor 12th and F
Sts is Headquarters for Furniture and Draperies
Clark Da venport
Carpets and Rugs 813 Market Space
ton and Charles Gordon besides numer
ous others It Is said that the numerically
large chorus comprises more really young
ladles than have ever before been engaged
In a musical extravaganza The bur
lesques are declared to be among the
greatest mirth provokers of the season
Mr Kernan has arranged to have the
full election returns read from the stage
next Tuesday evening The theatre will
remain open until every State is heard
from and those Interested will be enter
tained whilothe news is being received
Daily matinees
The llljou Stock Burlesque Com
pun j
It Is seldom that a headline feature of
the prestige of Montgomery and Stone
Is seen with a burlesque organization
but next weeks bill at the Bijou in ad
dition to a laughable absurdity which
Davo Lewis the author has termed
Oh Fudge will present these two emi
nent vaudeville performers whose last
appearance lnj Washington was with
Charles Frohmans comedians In sup
port of Edna May in The Girl from Up
There On Monday Tuesday and Wed
nesday Montgomery and Stone will pre
sent their familiar black face act and
beginning with the Thursday matinee
and continuing during the rest of their
engagement they will present an en
tirely new act which they have Just pre
pared for their forthcoming London en
gagements
Other vaudeville performers who will
contribute to the olio will be Dave Lewis
the clever comedian of the stock bur
lesque company who will present a
monologue that Is said to be not only
bright but full of good things which have
the advantage of being up to date Zoe
Matthews and her pickaninnies will
render some or the latest coon songs
and Lynch and Jewell will give a sing
ing and dancing act which is said to be
about the best thing in its line Tho
olio will be concluded by the Three Wil
sons the sensational acrobats
The first part of the entertainment
which will be given by the stock com
pany promises to be of unusual excel
lence Dave Lewis burlesque Oh
Fudge will serve to introduce the entire
strength of the company In a mixture of
mirth and melody
Jnr Orelers
Lieutenant Commander G H Stafford
to Mare Island yard department of steam
engineering Lleut W L LIttlefleld de
tached Marietta to home and wait
orders IJeut A M Cook to Norfolk
yard in connection with torpedo boats
Ensign F O Branch to Topeka Novem
ber 10 Boatswain E XI Isaac detached
Iowa to homo and wait orders Boat
swain L It Boland detached command
Active to Iown via Concord Pay
masters Clerk J A Wntson appoint
ment dated Januarv 14 1901 duty Cavlto
Station revoked Paymasters Clerk M
Creagh appointment dated June 8
190 duty Cavlte Station revoked Pay
misters Clerk G II Grendle appoint
ment dated July 13 1S99 duty Richmond
revoked
Oificers commissioned Capt E II C
GOLDSMITHS
911 Pa Ave J
Sterling
Silver
i
Specials J
Cream
Lauic
Sugar
Spoon
i I T 1
Sugar i
Sifter I
Butter Pick J
I 1 00 Olive I
Spoon J
These are regular 5150
values which we have
ranged to sell at S1C0 J
larger pieces in proportion
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911 Pa Ave I
Sundays Times
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Leutze from October 9 1901 Commander
H Osterhaus July 2 Commander A
Ward September 2S Commander S A
Staunton October 9 Lieutenant Com
mander J Werllch January 3 Lieut
A W Hinds September S3 Lieut E L
Bennett September 2S Passed Assistant
Surgeon H T Orvls May 27 Passed As
sistant Surgeon G L Angeny September
JG Passed Assistant Paymaster II P
Cablegram from Rear Admiral Remey
Asiatic Station Vladivostok October 2
1901 LleuL J E Walker assigned to
Isla dc Luzon
Leave Early Orders With Your Newsdealer
The Sunday Times
Entitled
November 3-
Good
With Mext
isrht
9
Woodward
and
Lothropi
Hew Yorlc WasMnEton Fans
Cut Glass
Lamps
Housefurnishings
The things to be
found in that bright
store on the fifth- floor
Everything for all over the house
everything for all sorts of house
work good practical helpful
things or cvery day use at the
lowest possible prices and no
article however trifling is- ad
mitted to it that is not absolutely
reliable
The China Cut Glass and
Lamp sections comprise a most
complete collection of strictly
high grade goods and never have
such qualities and effects been of
fered for so little The present
stock is an exposition worthy of
the inspection of every practical
housewife
We quote the several items be
low as renresentatirp of a verv
extensive and most carefully se
lected stock of strictly first quality
goods
Haviland China -Dinner
Set Special
New eholcelv decorated HavlLtnd China
Combination Diner Sets for teHe per
sons In VKo dainty designs one a delicate
pink who rose pattern the other ajneat
green border effect
25 par 102 piece Set
New Rich Cut Glass
Our new Cut Glass Is the richest we
hava ever shown Many new brilliant ef
fects are now to be seen and they are no
more expensive than poorer styles of for
mer years We have received a large
shipment for fall wedding gifts
5 lnch Cut Glass Unhandled SI C
Nappies Each LJu
3 lneh Cut Glass Handled 5 7 r
Nappies Each 1 J
S Inch Cut Glass Handled 51 DC
Nappies Each 17 D
8 lnch Cut Glass Vases Each lV J
Cut Glass Vinegar Cruets SI Q C
Each 73
Cut Glass Water Bottles SI O C
Each
Cut Glass Salad Bonis SA Cfl
Each vJll
New Artistic
Toilet Sets
Our 123 different Toilet Sets offer nn op
portunity to select the oroper coloring
for most any bedroom The new effects
are especially designed to blend with the
new wall papers
Wc are showing a very complete assort
ment ranging in price from 195 to Jl5
pr Sft
We- call especial attention to the new
daintily decorated Toilet Sets in seven
colorings and in choice plain shape with
rich gold treatment which we are offer
ing at
500 per set
Without Slcp Jars 323 per set
New Portable Grates
We have Just received- a large ship
ment of best Jackson Portable Grates
which ccme complete with casters mak
ing it easy to put in and take out of open
fireplace We call especial attention to the
one which comes in assorted sizes at
325 each
Gas and Oil
Heating Stoves
Our new line of Portable Gas and Oil
Stoves is the best we have ever offered
and Includes only the most reputable
sorts We quote a few Items from a
large complete stock
B and H Oil Heating StovcsS Cf
Each JJU
Miller Oil Heating Stoves A- 0 C
Each frAJ
Puritan Oil Heating Stoves A CH
JU
Each
1 OC
Gas Heating Stoves Each kj
s on
Gas Radiators Each vv
Best quality Gas Stnve Tubing CC
Per foot
Dust Pan and
Brush Special
consisting of one halfoveredjarnned
dust pan wiiii icc -- ---- -
bending complete with round end dust
pan brush
25c per set
Gas Globe Special-
oirsrindesnan
uad low price
15c each 2 for 2ac
In amber and green
Also a few of same
at same price
Flower Pots
and jardinieres
v h earn- all sizes of best quality Clay
rioer Pots with the narrow rim when
them fit Into the smallest possible
nk
f rdinierc We also haye a complete- line
et makes of Jardinieres
of Ih
the line of
attention to
v ill sn clal
Pwe Are now offering in as
J ml nre
and mcas
and colorings
rrled shapes
urmg STlnch s inside top at
50c each
Winter Flower Bulbs
one
er
qewlsmcn and offer them at prices usu
mC aTued for the ordinary kinds
r hlncse Sacred Lily Bulbs Each
Hvuclnth Bulbs single Or double tjc
Kch
CC
Crccus Bulbs Dozen J
lullp Bulbs Dozen 4J
bifth floor
WOODWARD LOTHROP
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