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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 41, 1912.
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Washington . Symphony Organiza
tion Starts on Problematical
Voyage at Colombia.
PROF. HEINBICH HAMMER
IS AGAIN DIRECTOR
Symphony by Schubert Is Played.
Charles T. Tittman Is the
Prof. Helnrlch Hammer launched the
Washington symphony Orchestra es
terday afternoon at the Columbia
Theater, on what may be termed, to
continue the "metaphor, the problematical
voyage of Its eleventh season. The
prospectus, circulated by the Indefati
gable business manager, Mr. Scranage,
announces that, "It will hardly be pos
sible to continue after this jear unless
the people of Washington rally to the
support of Its orchestra."
It Is to be hoped that lovo for really
excellent orchestral music, civic pride,
and a Just sense of the splendid per
severance of Prof Hammer and Mr.
Scranage In the face of colossal dis
couragements will rouse the .people of
Washington to an appreclaUon of the
opportunity offered them to foster mu
sical growth In our city. Prof. Ham
mer has not been Justly appreciated as
a conductor The superb reading of
Schubert's symphony, and the admirable
work In the accompaniment for the
arias from Mozart s "Magic Flute ' ) es"
terday proes Prof Hammer to be a
conductor of unquestionable ablllt In
the symphony, cspeclall). the orchestra
showed careful drill In the most minute
details All the subtle shadings, the
lust poise and balance of wind against
strings, the perfect legato of the lovely
first movement meIod. the finished
phrasing, the clear relief of contrasts,
the high artistic finish were sources of
the hlgheet satisfaction to the Ile,ener.
To the penetrating listener it Is matter
tor surprise that -with material used
tor so short a time In orchestral en
semble such really admirable work
should be produced
The s)mphonv nas fechubert s unfin
ished Wh unfinished, nobod knows,
unless any man who thought nothing of
writing an oerture In a few hours and
whose habit were of the eas) -going de
scription might easily have forgotten to
(Irish even so Imperishable and alto
gether lovel) a work as the It minor
ejmphonj. No 8 This smphony is al
ways remembered chleflj for one of the
l-iost exqulsltel) lovely of all melodies,
but also It Is characterized b) that
wealth ef Impressionistic color which
dlstingulhes the best of Schubert s work.
Yesterday the work of the orchestra was
excellent that the listener had but
be receptee to have his mind flooded
with impressions of ever thing that his
memory had stored of thing heard and
seen and felt peaceful solitudes, grandeur
cf moonlight or sunset, liquid depths of
colncss tumultuous excitement, tender
ness longing somber traged Some one
has aid that Schubert could not write
a song that was not a symphonic poem,
rot a symphon that was not a collec
tion of songs Like most epigrams this
roust be taken aa a grain of truth In a
neatl) put-up fiction.
In honor of the late Jules Massenet,
whose works are still but meagcrl)
known the orchestra jesterda gave his
Phedre overture and the "iscenes Hon
grolscs His work Is still to be Judged,
ana some time must elapee before the
proper perspective admits a fair Judg
ment That he is melodious, Buave. and
sincere is granted His operas those
that have been produced have given a
dennltelj favorable impression Masse
ret is described bv one who knew him
as of a "thoroughl lovable nature ap
proachable, lively In conversation, uncon
ventional, and alwavs hard at work
The "Phedre ' Is not a completed opera
The overture to a projected opera was
written In IS76, and the Incidental music
in 111 ' Phedre contains some Interest
ing, themes and one beautiful melodj
This overture has. however, the weak
ness common to much modern French
orche-tral mu!r. that of losing its
themes In a verbiage of harmonics that
begin nowhere and lead nowhere
In the "Scenes Hongrolses ' the mo.
tives are more logics lly developed
There are beautiful melodies In the last
scene especlallv the Cortege Benedic
tion, a lovely theme sung by the wind
In-truments. accompanied bv the harp,
and repeated with harp and string ac
companiment i quite sure to Join the
companv of divine melodies
CharlesTrowbridge Tittman the soloist
for thU concert sang the two arias from
Mozart s Magic Flute." Oh Isls und
Osiris and In dicsen hell gen
Hallen Mr Tittman s voice Is a pow
erful rich bass of great r.ingc and beau
tv He sang these aria of Mozart with
a fine perception of the purely conven
tional beaut) embodied In that music and
without anv attempt at dramatic Inter
pretation Mr Tittman was recalled sev
eral times and generously gave an extra
number, an English version of Korbav'a
"Had a Hore " which gave greater pos
sibilities for dramatic expression
I-Ire Cannes $1,000 Uamnee.
Damage estimated at ll.WO. covered
by insurance, was caused by flames
originating from an overheated furnace
In the Hood Building at 602 F Street
Northwest yesterday morning Fire and
water caused damages In the offices of
Joseph I Weller. George M Bond, and
the Capital Ixjan Company.
MARRIAGE Limit SES.
John W Rocner, Z! of lort Mer V.S., and Irene
M. Dilton, 19 of Baluton Iter J S Mont
Okm T Honlkrf It of Snr Itidimood W. V. a
and Sons M Parkrr II of Hinton V i
Trio Rale 21 of Uoodetone. Vs.. And DrotbT
Morgan SO. of Oak Grore V a.
OUnde B Amey, 39, and Julia C Zimmerman. JB.
Iter J M O Bntn.
John T Crouch, 28 and Reslna H. Georpua, 21
ReT Patrick Mntphy
William B Burton. -. and Ethel U gUntoci. 1.
both of Laurel, lid. Ref Edward 8. Dunlin.
Irsnon H Tame, X of W arrroton a., and An
nle E. Sullitan, u, of Mnor. Hi Het H. Gchroe
dcr James K Spicer. of Tajlor a laland Sid and
Marie L. Snepherd. 2. Rer J J. Dlmon
James L. OamHI. 70, of Catlett, V a., and Photbe
Tbomu, K of Delta. P Ber F J Pretijmin.
Robert H Edwards, 22, and BeUle Gamer. 19,
both of Charles County. Ma. Ber. w. W. Banes.
W E. Frailer. 22, and Hannah M. Brady. 22.
C E. Hill. 2S. and Erelyn V Carter, U
G A. Gray ZL. and Mary H Jenkins. 19
J Tame 31, aid Lluie Simm, a
W W WathEnctos, s. and LJsii E. Wharton, 3.
Oacar R. asd.3ertha B VNebor. rrL
Ernest tod Myrtla F. Vaiden. boy.
Harry and Berths A. Bondbeimrr, boy twins,
UelTln E. and Kata H Pitt, gut
Robert L and Mrnla Lane. boy.
Joseph W and Bessie Kllby, boy
Ira H. and Josephine Jones. diL
Harry B. aadjlnirle A. Crump. VA.
Walter and Mary C. Aamnth. ztrl.
sad Armls BV abla, girL
Benjamin H. sod Eradns Miller, girl,
-Georxe J-and AUseMnndy, bay. .
Fred tad Sarah Hecaso, bay. - -
APPLAUDED AS C0HDUCT0B.
Charles H. Caffln, the Art Critic,
lectures on Subject Before
Charles II Caflln. of New lork. last
night said In a lecture delivered under
the luspices of the Washington Soclrtv
or Fine Arti at the uutltorlum of the
New National Museum that Rembrandt
was the greatest of all Dutch painters
btudents of the Washington schools
and connoisseurs of the National Capital
rather lean to the opinion that Peter
Paul Rubens, Frans Hals, or even Van
Ike merit greater exaltation In the
world of art than Rembrandt
Mr Caffln was Invited to this city by
the Washington Society of Fine Arts,
and the circumstance that he last night
expressed a rather revolutlonarv opinion
has tended to excite controversy
Another point In Mr. Caflln s lecture
to which exception was taken by his
auditors was his statement that the
Dutch chool represents the Ideal In
The lecture last night was the third
of a series conducted under the auspices
of the Washington Society of Fine Arts,
and the auditorium was filled
On January 13 Mr Caflln Is to appear
nere again to lecture on Velasquez On
that accaslon. It was predicted last
night by several members of the soclet).
his statement In regard to the stand
ing of Rembrandt and the Idealism of
Dutch art may be answered by some
Next February the society will hear
Prof T Llndsey Blayney. of the Rice
Institute, lecture on Albrecht Durer, and
Miss Anna Seaton-Schmldt will lecture
on Jean Francois Millet In April
Stereoptlcon slides Illustrate these lec
BRYAN, JR., MAKES
Commoner's Son Welcomes George
town Faculty at Freshmen's
William Jennings Brvan jr made his
tlm public address In the National Cap
ital last night, at tho Initial banquet of
the season of the freshman class of the
law school of Georgetown Vnl crsitv . at
the New Kbbltt
As president of the class of 111., voung
Bryan welcomed the faculty ns guests
of honor. Introduced the speakers and
toastmaster and made uti address on bis
own account. In which he showed that
he Inherits the silver-tipped tongue of his
Addresses also were made by the fol
lowing members of the facult) Prof
Charles A Douglas. Prof D W Baker,
and Prof J S Easb -Smith Covers
were laid for ITS
The commltteo on general arrange
ments was composed of T I" Carlln J
A Care), and William J Buahwaller
II P Coffin William J Hudson C L,
Clark and M W" King composed the
finance committee The programme was
arranged bv a committee consisting of
C T Peck. Jr. I C Manning, J V
Cannon and John Connoll), Jr
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
U the tUdiert Home Band Orehntra
John 8. M Zimmennaan, director, assisted
by Mrs Clara Naccker, soprano. In Stanley
Hall. 300 p. m I rocramme
March Hall to the Spirit of Liberty
Orerture Rio t.rande Bersrnhcttz
la) Come, Come My Hero (request!
(bl ' My Little Persian Bote Pricdland
51ra. Clara Nacckrr
belection, ' Marltana Wallace
Intermezzo ' Ractime Chimes ' W enrich
Llrerftj from "The Firefly Friml
(Trent fail a Huocrsa.)
Finale ' UnlTenal Peace Lamps
The Bur Spancled Banner. '
Talk, on Moi-agc Hatter;.
"The Storage Batter) and Its Applica
tion to Car Propulsion' was the subject
of a lecture delivered last rfght by R.
H Beach at the regular monthly .meet
ing of the American Institute of Electri
cal Engineers. John 1L Finney, presi
dent of the society. In a short talk, ad
vised the younger members to make a
study of the possibilities of the storage
DEVI II RECORD.
Adolph Heldeman. 80 yean, Geo. Wash Hosp
Mars-artt M McCarthy (0, SOU Cambridge Place
Wm. P Yotmc 18 UU It. I. Ate aw
Alfred 8 GUleU, 91 Ult 2th St.
Cbarlea E. Taylor. IS. 1X0 L St nw
Loot P. Whitehead 73, 1801 I 8t, nw
Regtna A. Amherr, 71. 73 11th SL nw
Mary F. Caywood. S9 1X3 Park Road.
John W. Held. 70. Gort. Hoen. Insane
Lou Fulton Slcsbee. S3. Sibley Hosp.
Mary R. Shleaincer. 42. C2(S St aw
Dorothy Cromwell, , Geo. Wash. Cnlr Hosp. v
Hastings Morely. TL Cert Hosp. Insane.
EUiabrth M, Zane. 79. C15 hicbola Are. se
Annins Giuseppe. L Children's Hosp.
Melrlna W. Kersey. T5. IW iota St nw
Jane McMeCuthy. 8. IS Carroll St. se
Ann Cannon, S3, 1029 Florida Are. ns.
Maris Marlnari. C. 110 Heckmaa St. se.
Erma C ComwtU. 6 months. 233 Prospect. Ate. nw
James Gray. S3. U Locust Court iw
HiUard Johnson. 65. Wash. Asylum Hasp.
rear! Cook, l Iff Freeman s Court nw. .
Cora N Wormlty. JL leu U St. aw
Robert Quander. II. 1233 O Bt se.
Alberta Carter, U, B Madison Alley nw.
Martha A. Lee. H, 2JH Newport Place, nw.
Edward H. Brows, M. ( Frnton Flaos-aw.
ttuWd:TrjUop.TrcUli, Vt Btcalng Bead, D, a
ELECT DARE HORSE
Ber. Dr. Bandolph McKim Chosen
President of Society at An
Rev. Dr. Randolph H. MclCIm. rector I
of the Church of the Epiphany, was elect
ed president of tha District Society Sons
of tho American Revolution, atthe an
nual meetlnr last night at the New WJl-
lard, The election of Dr. McKIm came
somewhat In the nature of a surprise to
a number of members, as Frederick May
had been officially nominated for the of
fice, just prior to we oauoung, ur.
McKlm wai nominated on a motion from
the floor, and the counting of the votes
announced him elected.
The other officers elected were as fol
lows: Col. Henry May. vlco president.
Frederick L. Huldekoper, secretary.
Balch B. Wilson, treasurer. Rev. John
Van Schalck, Jr., chaplain, and Alfred
B. Horner, registrar;. The following were
chosen members of tne board or managers-
Franklin Steele, Dr Walter A
McClurg, Ernest Wilkinson. Duncan I
Clinch Phillips, MaJ. Pierre C Stevens,
Dr Raltih Jenkins. Dr. H. L. E. Johnson.
Walter C Clephane, and Armlstead Pe
A nsner was read by Barry Buckle).
historian. In which he eulogized the fol
lowing members, who died In the past
ear- MaJ Clarence'E. Dutton. U. 8 A.
retired: Commander John Jones Brlce,
U. 8 N. retired; Mr. John Taylor
Armcs, and Mr. A. M. Lothrop The so
ciety voted to cemmomorate the anni
versary of the birth of George Washing
ton by a public celebration, arrangements
for which are to be completed In the
MOTHER'S PLEA FREES SON.
kaia l.ote of Drink Doesn't Make
Mrs Mar) Ryan, of 2123 I Street
Northwest, told Judge Pugh in the Po
lice Court esterda that love of drink
and hatred of work does not make a
son ' bad ' If he Is kind, centlc, and
thoughtful of his mother
Bent with age and crippled by Illness.
Mrs Ryan made so strong a plea that
Judge Pugh placed her son. Joseph
Ryan, twenty-four sears old. on proba
tlon to abstain from whisky for a J ear
Instead of sending the young man to
the workhouse Mrs Ryan said her
son helps her to take care of her home,
aids her In going up and Mown stairs,
and by many acts shows that he loves
DESCRIBES BALKAN STATES.
J. Oliver Moquf (alvea Lecture for
Woodward ,1 Lothrop Employe.
"The Balkan States and Turke)' was
the subject of an Illustrated lecture de
livered last night b J Oliver Moque In
tho lecture-room of the Public Llbran
Mr Moque. who spent the greater part
of last summer touring the countries
now engaged In war. talked Intimate!)
of the customs and manners of the peo
ple of these countries
The lecture was delivered under aus
pices of the Woodward S. Lothrop Em
ployes' Relief Association
RITES FOR CHARLES C. TAYLOR.
HoiIy of -vrtrapapcr Man Taken to
ndovcr, Mass., for Burial.
Funeral services for Charles C Tailor,
who dropped dead at Nineteenth and R
Streets Northwest Monda) morning were
held yesterday afternoon at W right s
undertaking establishment 1 Tenth
Street Northwest Rev G William
Smith, honorary curate of St John s
Episcopal Church, officiated
The body was taken to .ndover, Mass.
where services will be held In the chapel
of Phllllps-Andover College th s after
noon This Is the first time In a num
ber of 3 ears that services for an alum
nus has been held In the rhspel This
unusual courtesv was granted by the
facult) out of respect to the memory of
Mr Tailors grandfather, who was the
first hesd master of Phillips Andover
Mr Taylor will be buried beside his
father, who died )ears ago
A large number of Mr Ta)lors old
newspaper colleagues and friends In the
departments attended these services
Floral pieces were sent bv Secretar)
Meyer of the Navy and Postmaster Gen
I 8 Dept of Agriculture Weather Bureau
V ashlsgtnn Tuesday Dee 10 17T2-8 p m
The indications are that tie weather will be en
erally fair wedncsdat and Thursday thrmicliout tlie
country except that rains and snows will set In In
Hi far Northwest
The weather will he colder Wednesday in the le
sion of the l.reat Lakes, the flhio and Middle Mis.
slippl Tiller, the Middle Ilalns states and the
North Atlantic States It will he colder WfdneKlay
nlxht In Uie Middle Atlantic Htalel
The winds alrwig the New harjand coast will he
brisk west on the Middle Atlantic cnast moderate
to brisk west cai tite South Atlantic and Gulf
coasts light tartable on the Lower Lakes brisk west
arsl on the Lprrr Lakea moderate wen and nxtll
Midnight 28 a-m, 29. U m.. 28 a m. 3
I i s. i Nl a l C noon 40 2 p. m . 43
4n.m.4-en.ni 45, 8p.m.. 5 19p.rn.47
nichest lowest a
Relatite humidity -8a.rn.7J. 2p.m.37.pm
4. Hours of sunshine 6.8 rer cent cf loeable
Temperature same dste last scar Highest, 63 low
Temperatures In Other Cities.
r . 1, .JV... .4,1.. t. ..IS... -ItV ,k.
amount of rainfall for tht twenty four hours ended
tl 9 p. BU ITSlRUaj. J. . MMjww.i
Max. Mln. 1p.m. fs."
AshetUle NT 3 44
Atlsota Ga . . X 11
Atlanta. City, N J . S 44
niimarrti N Dak . . 2 ( 0.3)
nWrm Vlavt . . 30 28 44
IliirTalo N s 41 2 II
Chicago 111 . . 42 24 38
Cincinnati. Ohio .42 3 38
Cheyenne Wyo .32 30 16 Oil
Darenport Iowa ... 40 31 30.
Denrer Colo. .38 30 21 0 02
Des Moines Iowa ... 38 30
Duluth. Minn . . 3 JS
Galreatnn Tex i.. . 62 52 12
Helens, Mont .... 28 it 16 0 02
Indianapolis Ind 42 A 36
Ja-ksootine Fit 66 II J
Kansas City, VIo . 44 34 38
IJtlU Rwk Aril .. .. 64 32 48
Loa Angeles Cal . .. 62 46 C6
Marquette. 31iotl as Is 0 01
Memphis. Tenn .... 46 f M
New Orleans La .. . . M U 54 . .
N.w Vert N . . 41 S?S 40
North Platte. Nebr M 30 3
Omaha. Neli - 34
Philadelphia 11 . .. it JO w
Pittsburg. Ta . . 41 21 41
Portland Vie 42 S 40
Ponlsnd Ores- 48 34 41
Salt Lake City Utah. 38 24 34
St Lrala. Mo . . 82 30 40
BL Paul Minn 32 32 16
San Francisco Cal . 46 51
Snrlnrteld. Ill 36
Ttoomt, Wash . 46 SI 41 c...
Tampa Fit 74 50 0-
Toledo, Ohio. i ... 42 3 42
Vlcksburg. ili i . 46 M 46
Today High tide 3JW a. m. and JJ1 p. ra ; low
tide 10 13 a. m tnd 10 SO p. m.
TMnorrow-Uigh tide 33 a m. and 4 JO p. btt
low tide. 1033 a. m. and US! p. m.
To Care Headache
You must llrst remove tha cause. Most
headaches are caused bv a disordered
stomach, Hoff s Lemon Setdlltx will put
your stomach In the pink of condition
and cure 3 our headache 19 a few min
utes. . "-
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While They Last
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Estcy Upright, Ebony
Emerson Upright, Ebonv ....,
Kimball Upright, Ebony
Dunham Upright, Ebony
Bradbury Upright, Walnut $75
Groversticn & Fuller Upright, Ebony $75
Decker Bros Upright, Ebom $100
Kimball Upright, Walnut $125
Marshall & Wendall Upright, Mahogany $150
Sohmer Upright, Mahogan) ; nearly new $160
$450 Fischer Upright, Mahogany $220
(Good as new.)
$450 Howard Upright, Mahogan) $275
(Good as new.)
t-'ITjO Fischer Upright, Oak $200
."KJ25 Franklin Upright, Mahogam $150
MOO Ludwig Upright, Mahogan) $190
One used hers & Pond Mahogan) Baby Grand $325
One used hers & Pond Upright. Oak $265
No one should be without a
PIANO for XMAS
Every Instrument Guaranteed
to be in
If You Have a
and want music for the HOLIDAYS let us
fit up your Piano with a
$.100 MetrostIc Pianola, Walnut $75
f:00 Mctrostle Pianola, Mahogany $125
!sj50 Mctrostylc Themodist Pianola $150
s.150 Metrost)lc Themodist Pianola $190
$;150 Metrost)le Themodist Pianola $200
Cecilian Players for $25 Each.
All Musical Merchandise
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AMERICAN'S RANCH RAIDED.
Inothrr lleslcnn Hcbrl Band Sacks
nnd Deatross Factory.
Mexican rebels have raided thp ranch
belonging to C A McCaughan. United
States vice consul at Durango according
to State Department advices )esterday
Another rebel band, also In the state of
Durango, sacked ami destro)ed a woolen
factor) at Pcnon lllanco last night,
which was the propcrt) of the Spanish
consul at Durango
A largo rebel force which captured
Chalchlhulte 1n the state of Zacatecas.
and held It for two da)s has been driven
out by federals The) are said to have
retreated in two bodies ono going east
and the other south Seventy rebels were
found dead In the streets of the town
after the lighting
Miss Constanco Ucntlc) of England,
i. in th i-nit si States trying to wear
out her grief for the death of a pet caL
ot Cttry Dtsaiptloa-lbdaibHj Priced,
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and courteous attention
to their accounts,
whether large or small
and Its officers are
alwajs pleased to ren
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that can be of value
Savings deposits from
11 00 upward are cor
dlall) Invited 2 per
icnt Interest Is paid.
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IF THE GIFT
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something worthy. Thou
sands of beautiful things that
would make ideal gifts now
on show at special prices.
Unusually small but complete
Manicure bets, suitable for trav
eling Can be carried In LadleV
Q.'her sets at various prices.
Ladles' Leather Sewing Bags In
all colors Completely fitted.
$2.50 and $3.50
Splendid assortment of black
leather Arm Bags. Ranging; in
$1.00 to $45.00
Everything In Leather at
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Washington School of Accountancy
frefr4ljcal t&xaUon la accoustaacr. rmrim
for EUU crrtificala of eertiSM pobtla aocoaaUtt
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tS-rwt bullrOa on rtqnesi. CaU or addrta. Dtr
tat of EdacaUoc, T. M. Q A.. CJI G liL I. W
Wajshington. MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
1C EJerenth St. ne. Lincoln 1"3
VIAVl SCIESCB or HEALTH NATURAL,
tooeiinicsl. tOVpata book free Ajioly br ssaU. Ill
CX4orado BlfU. k'rea leocrs tor vroraea Wednesdays
at I JO n. ra- taut
Will kfTp you in good humor Oi
retira day if Jru ett griddl
rakn mat of MItXKR 8 S1X
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Iarsr for toracTnw iamiinc
te M yonr ameer's No creisamera auprbed.
B. B. EARNSHAW Ct BRO..
Whalesalers, 11th sad 31 Its. S. E.
ASIBr.RG On Monday. December 3. 1312,
REGIN'.V "A AAIBERO, beloved wife
nr the late Christopher Amberg. and
beloved mother of Bertha. Otto Gus
tav and Albert Ambers;, aged seventy-one
years and nine months,
lunrral services from her late resi
dence, 733 Eleventh Street North
went. Interment private
CAWOOD-On Monday. December 9,
Mil at 1 40 p m , START P. CAT
ttOOD In her sixty-ninth year. She
Raves a daughter, Mary E. Newgent.
and a son. K. V Caywood. The re
mains can be seen at W. R Pum
phre) & Sons' funeral parlors. 1K3
Fourteenth Street Northwest.
Funeral Wednesday. December 11. at I
p m . from Pumphreya Chapel In
terment at Walkera Chapel. Vs., at
3 30 p. n
GIL.L.ETT On Sunday afternoon, De
rember (s 1312. at his residence. 11
Twentieth Street Northwest, ALFRED
S GILL.ETT beloved husband ot
Ella Grata Glllett. In the nlnety-sUth
jear of his age
Funeral services at tho house. Wednes
day December, 11, 1S12, at 3 o'clock
He was the founder and also for many
years president of tho Olrard Flra
and Marino Insurance Company ot
Philadelphia (Philadelphia and Hart
ford papers please cop))
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
M BAST CAPITOL ST.
tsUtaabed. ISJT. CBAg. B. 2CBH0B3T. Mp,
tn connection. CciriTSftdssus
Cbaptl tad Ifodera Crrmttortoia, 3fodst noeat
13 Passajlvanlt Are. as. Taxpoons lfaXa laftf.
W. R. SPEARE,
FU.SEH.U. D1BECTOC AND EMBALMXS.
940 F Street N.'W.
WASnihOTON. D. C.
FRANK A. SPEARE. Maasty.
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