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Dr. Scott, JSIrs. Harrison's father, loft the
city on Friday morning in company with
his son, Judge JOton N. Scott, for a long
journey. Ho goes to Fort Townsend, Wash.,
to spend tho summer with his son. Tho old
gentleman shows hut few signs of his oxtrome
age ho is now ninety-two and ho was quite
cheerful about tbo long journey. lie did not
anticipate any evil consequences from fatigue,
hut a great deal of pleasure from change of
Mrs. Harrison took her last lesson for this
season with the Saturday Tainting Clas3 yes
terday morning in Mr. Paul Putzko's studio.
Mrs. Harrison goes to Capo May with the
McKco babies on Thursday, and will probably
spend about as much time thero this season as
last. She may go to the mountaius in August.
Her plans are not perfected yet.
One of the most uniquo as well as interest
ing musical events of tho season was that
given on Friday evening by the pupils of Miss
Mattio Saston at tho residence of her parents,
on Kennesaw avenue, Mt. Pleasant. Tho club
was named the "Wilbelmj Club, Jr.," in
honor of tho club that has for several seasons
given such pleasing and artistic performances
in this city, under the skillful lead of Profes
sor Josef Kaspar, and it is a worthy successor
in miniature of its musical progenitor. Tho
members are young misses and lads from
seven to fourteen years of(3ge, and thoy
played with a skill and precision that showed
excellent musical abilities, and that reflected
great credit on the careful training of tholr
teacher. The following programme was lis
tened to with great satisfaction byanaudienco
composed of the parents of tho pupils. String
quartette for eight violins, Annie Big
gies, Jamio Clift, Alfred Rock, David
Currier, George Elliot, Melville Lind
say, Mira Chittenden. and Florolle
Fdson. Then a violin solo, Austrian air,
with variations, was rendered by a diminutive
lass of seven years, MissFlorclleEd6on. This
literally brought down the house. This was
followed by a trio by Masters Clift and Rock
and Miss Chittenden. Then came a violin solo,
which was admirably played by Miss Mira
Chittenden. A quartette, the "Religious
March," was one of the gems of tho evening.
Matter Clift played an aria from "Der
Freischutz," followed by a trio from "Don
Giovanni," solo by Miss Riggles, closing with
a quartette from Handel, "See the Conquer
ing Hero Comes." Great subjects for small
hands, but all acquitted themselves in a
manner that showed good talent and con
scientious work, and their teacher received
The marriage of Miss Augusta Wilson,
daughter of Col. John.WilsonjCommandant of
West Point, and Lieut. J. C. W. Brooke, of
the Army, will take place at West Point on
Wednesday. Mies Carrie Parker, tho hand
some daughter of Maj. Richard Parker, of the
Army, of the Soldiers' Home,wIll attend Miss
Wilson as maid of honor.
Miss Winnie Davis will be on Wednesday
one o the six bridesmaids at the wedding of
Miss Georgia C. Walker and Capt. Bryco
Stewart, of the Royal Mun6ter Fusiliers. The
bride and groom will go to England after a
short tour in this country. The wedding will
he celebrated in Christ Church, New Brighton,
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Nallor left the city on
Monday for New York,whero they took steamer
on Wednesday for Europe. Their first travels
will be throuch Ireland, after which they will
7isit places of interest in Scotland and England,
finishing up their trip by a tour on the con
tinent. Mrs. Webster and Miss Sophie Webster, who
have spent the winter with Mrs. Frailoy, of
Twenty-first street, are now visiting the Misses
Woodward, of 3107 P Btreet, Georgetown,
where t'uey will remain until tho last of June.
Mrs. Tun6tall will leave the city for tho
sea-shore as soon as the health of her little
daughter, Susie, is sufllclently reestablished
to uudertake the journey. Sho is now rapidly
mending from a severe attack of typhoid.
Saratoga will be honored next week by the
presence of Mr. Ward McAllister, who goes
there for a month to test the rest cure, after
which he will bo in trim for tho heavy social
duties of August at Newport.
Miss Conrad, of Capitol Hill, returned early
in the week from Annapolis, where she went
to attend the graduating exercises and ball.
Miss Speer, of Atlanta, Ga., is now visiting
Mrs. Eugene Ives, formerly Mies Anno
' Waggaman, of this city, has taken a house at
Babylon, near New York, where, with her two
little children, sho will 6peud a greater part of
Mrs. Gen. Crook, accompanied by her
sister, Mrs, Reed, will spend the summer at
Oakland. In tho autumn both ladles will
sail for Europe, where they will remain a year.
Mrs, Henderson and Miss Dimleoy aro occu
pying for tho summer Mrs. Bleeker's house on
I street. Mrs. Blocker and Miss May Bleekcr
have gone abroad for tho summer months.
The Misses Brooks, of 1314J Ninth street
northwest, have returned to 92G French street
northwest, where they will be at home infor
mally to their friends after to-morrow.
Mrs, A. N. Crippen is back from Phila
delphia, where she went recently to attend
the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Martha E.
Smith, formerly of Virginia.
Miss Alice Pilling returned Wednesday to
her home on tho corner of Fifteenth and Q
streets, after an absence of two years spent
in European travel.
Mrs. Yerby and her pretty baby girl are
spending some week6 in the country.
Northwest Alexandria, Washington's hand
somest suburb, CO daily trains, 13 minutes'
ride, 6 cents fare. A. SI, Gprman, manager,
X)b Thirteenth street northwest.
The first complimontary hop of tho Poto
mac Athletic Club took placo on Thursday
eveuing at the boat-house, foot of Congress
street, Georgetown. Tho attendance was
largo. The dancing hall was festooned with
garlands of red and white rope, tho club's
colors, and with tbo trophies of aquatic con
tests made a pretty decoration, A full band
played tho latest danco music, and altogether
ltwaB amostcnjoyablooccaslon. Among thoso
present were Sir. and Sirs. U. S. Roulette, Sir.
and Sirs. Charles Carter, Sir. and Sirs.
Roberts, Sir. and Sirs. C. A. Zappono, Sir.
and Sirs. Young, Sir. and Sirs. Jolin Hadloy
Doyle, Sir. and Sirs. Sloorc, Sir. and Sirs. E.
G. Randall, Sirs. Edward F. Rlegs, Sliss Kate
Walsh, Dr. and Sirs. Finloy, Sliss
Graves, Sliss Brown, Sliss Collotte,
Sir. and Sirs. E. F. Riggs, Sliss Caslow,
Sliss naywood, Miss Osgood, Sliss Wise,
Sliss Shade, Sliss Keefcr, Sliss Garges, Sliss
Pullzzl, Sliss Jarboc, Sliss Welsh, Sir. and
Sirs. Weber, Sliss SlcSween, Sliss Slltchell,
and Slessrs. Horah, Norton, Bradley, Benson,
Butterworth, Norrls, Bradley, Rohrcr,. Evans,
Sloore, Keofer, Price, Avcrill, Gerhardt,
Stevens, Sleding, Slozlcr, Hargrove, Cross,
Gaddis, Slorritt, Exnor, Brown, Hardcsty,
Sloorc, Johnston, Slason, Nichols, Seltz,
Joyce, Slitchell, Cannon, Ed. and Slark
Brainard, Lewis, Anderson, Elmore, Fair
bank, Ayres, Sleding, Taylor, Dayton, SIc
Dowell, Price, Smith, Fellows, Sloore, Jen
kins, Tronbolm, Cochran, Boyd, Trescott,
Warden, Gawler, Oflloy, Slerrltt, ana
Sir. and Sirs. Harry SIcCauley, the latter
uo"o Herbert, havo returned from their wed
ding journey and are established for the pres
ent on Connecticut avenue, corner oi Lie
Sales street. In tho near future Sir. SIc
Cauley will build a house on Twenty-first
Slies Fannie Slarcan, of Cumberland, is now
In the cit,. visiting her aunt, Sirs. Slorrell
Slarean, of Kingman Place. On completion
of her visit in this city she will go to stay a
while with another aunt, Sliss Francono
Slarcan, at her suburban home at Brooklyn.
The marriage of Sliss Eleanor Bliss, daughter
of Hon. Archibald Bliss, and Dr. Charles North
Dowd, of New York, will take place Tuesday,
at '8 o'clock in the evening, at the home of the
bride's grandmother, Sirs. Slary A. B116S,
Washington Park, Brooklyn.
Seuorand Sladame Romero will sail the
last week in June for Russia, where they will
make an extended trip. "In September Senor
and Sladame Roaiero will goto Constanti
nople, returning here the latter part of Oc-
Sin and Sirs. James F. Barbour and baby
daughter, Sliss Slay Keyworth, and Slaster
Fred Keyworth sail on Tuesday for Europe,
through which they will make an extended
SIi6S Carey Peachy, who was recently tho
guest of Sirs. John Edwards, will spend tho
summer at Rye Beach with her sister, Sirs.
Rogers, of New York.g
Senator and Sirs. SlcPherson are at their
New Jersey home, Belle Slead, where thoy
will remain several weeks. Late in July they
expect to go abroad.
Sliss Slarion Fo&ter is again at tho Arlington,
where she will sojourn until August, devoting
her time to the completion of some portraits
Sir. Evans, of the Patent Office, and family
arc occupying the handsome house, 1402
Fifteenth street, which thoy have rented for
Sir. and Sirs. Charles Ringwalt have re
turned from their wedding journey and arc
at 1720 G street, where they will remain until
Sir. and Sirs. Cornelius Eckhardt, of No. 17
New York avenue, 6pent the week in German
town, Pa., visiting Sir. aud Sirs. Julius
Sirs. Thomas Slltchell, accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. C. V. Boarman, left the city
yesterday for a few weeks' sojourn at Atlantic
Sirs. George W. Watt and Sliss Bessie Watt,
of Norristowu, Pa., aro guests of Sirs. H.
8. Hughes, at her residence iu Georgetown.
Dr. and Sirs. George Lee, of 1333 Ver
mont avenue, have returned from Fair Hill,
Sid., greatly benefited in health by tho trip.
Sir. and Sirs. Charles G. Dulin will spend
the early part of tho summer in Cambridge,
Slass. Later they will go to the sea-shore.
Sirs. Remey, wlfo of Capt. Remey, of the
Charleston, with her family will leave shortly
for her summer homo in New York State.
Sirs. Gurdon Wilcox and Sliss Geneve
Wilcox, ot Craven Terrace, left on Wednesday
for their summer home at Lake Ontario,
Sliss Cora Boyd spent tho week at Engle
wood, N. J. After visiting Boston Sliss Boyd
will return to Washington by water.
Sliss Estelle Well, of Slontlcello, Fla.,
is tho guestof Sliss SlamicGreenbaum, of 3131
Sf street, West Washington.
A cablegram from London reports Sirs,
McKeo and Sirs. Russell Harrison as baying
arrived safely in England.
Sir. and Sirs. J, Fairfield Carponter have
gone to Cazenova, N. Y.
Colonel and Sirs. Sanford Kellogg will
spend July at Deer Park.
Rev. Dr, Byron Sunderland 6peut the week
in the Catskiils, N, Y.
Miss Stacey Boyle will spend the summer at
Lynn Haven, Va.
Sir. and Sirs. Z. C. Bobbins are at the
Sirs. Starring is at her house on Highland
A handsome profit will be quickly realized
by investing in Northwest Alexandria. A. Si.
Gorman, manager, 003 Thirteenth street
Sirs. Annie Louise Powoll expects to mako
a trip to "Bonnie Scotland" before tho BUtn
mor is over for her health, which has been
somewhat impaired of lato.
Sir. and Sirs. U. S. Roulette havo returned
from their wedding journoy, and will bo at
homo to their friends Fridays in Juno, at 1211
Among tho passengers sailing Thursday by
tho Inman steamship City ot Now York wcro
Senator SI. C. Butler, of South Carolina, and
Dr. and Sirs. D. B. Clarko havo removed
from their city homo, 1003 Thirteenth street,
to their country scat, Valley View, above
Senator and Sirs. Vanco and Sir. Harry
Slartin will remain abroad until tho early
part of December. Thoy are now traveling
Sir. aud Sirs. Fulton R. Gordon arc homo
from their wedding trip, and will be pleased
to see their friends at their home at Falls
At tbo coming marriage ceremony of Sliss
Ella Louise Slacartnoy and Dr. Lano cards of
admission will bo required at tho church door.
Sirs. Livingston Van Klcck, of Boston, and
Sir. Walter Van Kleck are visiting Sirs. Tul
lock at her homo on Capitol Hill.
Professor Edwin K. Raw6on, of tho Navy,
and family will spend some time at Rock Enon
Springs during the season.
Justice and Sirs. Gray havo closed their
house in this city, and havo gone to Massa
chusetts for the summer.
General and Sirs. Innls Palmer arc estab
lished in their cottage at Oakland, whero they
will remain all summer.
Sirs, and Sliss Taylor, wife and daughter of
Railroad Commissioner Taylor, aro at Atlantic
City for the summer.
Sir. Stewart, of this city, has rented tho Ives
house at Rockvlllc, and his family will pass
the summer there.
Sirs. Theodore Davis, accompanied by her
mother, Sirs. Kelly, will spend the summer at
Rock Enon Springs.
Lieutenant and Sirs. Bcatty aro at 1264
Slassachusetts avonue, where they havo gouo
Silas Josephine Young aud Sliss Frailcy left
tnc city on v eanesuay lor a montn's sojourn
at Atlantic City.
Sir. Al Leonard, of the Pension Office, and
family are established in Rockvlllc for the
Sirs. Frank Polouze, of Q street, has re
turned from a visit to her former home, Rich
mond. Hon. A. G. Riddle aud Sliss Alice
Riddle aro at Fair Hill, Slontgomery County,
.Sir. aud Sirs. William H. Clagett and Sliss
Slay Clagett will sail shortly for Carlesbad.
Sirs. L. Fauth, and her sister, Sirs. R. Carson,
arc residing together at 44 K street northwest.
Sliss Slario Bainbrldge will spend a portion
of the summer with friends in Kentucky.
Sirs. SI. A. Gibbons, of 1213 Pennsylvania
avenue, has loft the city for the summer.
Sir. and Sirs. Frank Carpenter and family
are going to Capo Slay for the summer.
Sir. and Sirs. Perry Slater aro guests of Sir.
and Sirs. II. T. Doyle, of Takoma Park.
Sir. and Sirs. A. Leo Knott will not leave
the city before tho early part of July.
Sirs. Andrews, daughter of Gon. Schofleld,
will spend the summer in the West,
Sliss Elsie Cobb is visiting Lieutenant and
Mrs. Wilcox at Fortress Slonroe.
Sirs. Lucy E. Leggett expects to spend a
month or more at Glen Echo.
Sirs. Levy, of Elizabeth, N. J., is visiting
her mother, Sirs. BIspham.
Dr. Philip F. narvey, of tho Army, arrived
in tho city on Slonday.
Sirs. Sheridan and children will go to Non
quitt late in the week.
Sirs. Robert Christy has returned from her
visit in the country.
Ex-Representative Bain and family will sail
for Europe shortly.
Sladame Saurez has returned from a short
visit to Now York.
Sirs. Harriet Richardson Is visiting her old
Sir. and Sirs. Allison Nailor sailed for Europe
Sliss Kate Ofliey has returned from Annap
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At the Bellvue Dairy Farm the milk is
aerated, cooled, bottled, and sealed within
thirty minutes from milking.
Call at the Bellvue Dairy Farm and try
their milk. Pure, fresh, and clean.
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928 and 930 F Stroet.
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR
New Styles and Choice
Novelties for Spring
IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES and SLIPPERS.
These goods aro fresh from tho fac
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styles and materials.
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A Leading Feature in Our Business,
and havo spared no time and money
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Have you visited Wesley Heights? It is only a thirty minutes' drive from tho centre of
Washington to this beautiful suburb. If you take tho electric cars, get off at the power
house of tho electric road and take the short cut. After a walk of ton minutes you will find
yourself in a charming spot, with magnificent views, fine shade, and good water. Just tho
placo for an ideal suburban home.
Tho Heights is one of tho highest points within tho District, and is very picturesque and
romantic. The ground slopes gently from its crest- toward tho city, and is all available for
Tho extension of Slassachusetts avenue will give this property a direct line of commu
nication with the city, and will assure a magnificent driveway to tho University grounds. Ul
timately tho avenue will be the most fashionable thoroughfare leading out into the northwest
With past experiences westward, tho prjcea of land have far exceeded tho most sanguine
expectations of all holders, and to-day outside capital will buy real estate in the northwestern
part of tho District when it cannot be Induced to touch property elsowhere.
From long experience capital Is more willing to develop and look for a prospective
profit than to deal in securities that only pay a small rate of interest.
Taking into consideration what has been dono in' and about Washington during the past
ten years it would seem that this subdivision, being so ' advantageously situated, at the prices
offered Is hardly an atom of its prospective value. To-day it offers an unusual opportunity
to this community for safe and profitable Investments when ts success is already a foregone
If you contemplate purchasing do so at once. The best lots are being sold.
Prices, $375 to $750 per Lot.
TERMS, ONE-FIFTH CASH; BALANCE IN TWO, THREE, FOUR YEARS.
Clients wishing to inspect the property, by calling at the office, can make arrangements
to drive out at 6 o'clock on any pleasant evening. ? '
For plat and Information apply to
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(REGISTERED TRADE MARK.)
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TWENTY-SEVENTH AND K STREETS N.
W., WASHINGTON, D. C.
Special Attention given to tho supply of
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Brandies Furnished in Wood.
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Gormully&JefFery Manufacturing Co
1325 FOURTEENTH ST. N.W.
Has Removed from 1222 F Street to
1328 & St. W. -V.
Spring Styles Already on Hand
. for Inspection.