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CLOTHES and the
MAKING of the MAN.
The man who said
"Clothes don't make
the man" was a*self
sufficient fellow who
was already "made.''
You and we know
that correct clothes
solidify one's self re
spect and that other
people's estimate of
us is based first on
our personal appear
ance and afterward
largely on ourown val
uation. Here is a man
who is "overdressed"
and you immediately
pigeon-hole him as a
"lightweight; "there is
a man who is careless
ly dressed and some
what 4 'f J ayed'' and you
him as beneath se
rious notice. The
man who KNOWS
HOW to dress is the
man with mental
poise and proper self
esteem?the man who
It's a business and
Parker-Bridget clothes, by
clothing a man faultlessly,
add materially in clothing
him in his right mind?a
mind easy in the knowledge
that he is garbed as one of
MAN who knows
how to dress "sets the
pace" in the matter of cor
rect apparel for young men,
and Parker-Bridget has al
ways maintained the unas
sailable position as THE
outfitters for THAT type
of college man.
We are malcing fi special
showing of the newest
things in fall apparel for
young men?Suits in all the
approved fabrics dM/T
and colorings, at 4* * D*UU
Of course, we have -a wide
range from which to choose,
from $12.90 to $20.00.
That are absolutely correct.
The new fall styles of our
The Latest Fashion
Edict on the Hat
From London comes the
new fall line of "Henry
Heath" Hats?long regarded
as the most exclusive head
wear made. Their new soft
hat creations are truly a de
light to the eye. Three
shades have the call?pearl
gray, dark laurel and brown
?worn either telescope or
Prices, $4.00 and $5.00.
Our own special lines?
"Ramo," "Omar"' and "Par
get"?lines made especially
for us by one of the best hat
manufacturers in the world,
come in a wide variety of
Prices, $2, $3 and $4.
Shoes certainly deserve all
the attention they are at
tracting. These original and
exclusive models in tan and
black "Cresco" calf are beau
ideal footwear for fall and
winter wear?very rich and
durable. The 4? A AA
price is ^>fr?UU
Fall Shirts and
Wide striped effects are
favored in the new fall
styles in shirts. Our show
ing this fall eclipses our best
previous efforts. The range
in design and price is suffi
ciently wide to please every
taste and purse. Splendid
$x.oo, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50,
$3.00 and $3.50.
These shirts are made es
pecially for us, and we
stake our reputation on their
style, quality and fit.
We are Washington agents
for the standard "Manhat
tan" ' rand?nothing better
We are showing a strik
ing array of Cravats in black
and white effects. See them
and you will agree that they
are exceptional values Cf|r
at the price
School Suits for the Little Man.
The greatest pains have been taken in the construction of these suits for our boys. We
take the stand that nothing is too good in the .matter of quality, style and fit, and these suits
justify the statement that school clothes better calculated to stand the hardest wear and tear,
and at the same time show to the best advantage the most desirable qualities of style and fin
ish. have never been shown in Washington.
We offer the widest selections in Cassimeres,
Cheviots and Serges, cut in the newest style. Very spe
The full range starts at $3.95 up to $15.00.
BOYS' FALL REEFERS, in blue serge,
cheviot and.fancy mixtures. A nn
very special line at J?V/U
The full line includes strong values from
$3.95 to $10.00.
BOYS' FANCY CHEVIOT SUITS?
2 pairs of knickerbocker trousers; guaran
teed absolutely all wool and made
to wear like iron. Really $6.50
values. Special 4>J?UU
\v. t uJti I///,,
Kir ^es0ss>^' 'W
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WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING.
Oar expert watch repairers make a id*
claity of adjusting or demagnetising fine
American, English or Swiss watchea.
All work guaranteed for one year.
Hare your old Jewelry made over, re
paired or exchanged for new.
We will furnish drawings In colors for
plattnnm, gold or silver work free of
charge. we will buy your old cold or
alUer. Gold plating. Roman or KngUsk J
finishing done by electricity. All work .
done on tke premises. ,
\ |^TV8^28d^A. KAHN,<?35 F St.!
6x20 inches.... 25c
12x24 inches.... 50c
112x30 inches.... 65c
12x36 inches.... 75c
114x42 inches.. .$1.00
Meyer's Military Shop,
12311 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Brass Beds and anything mad* of metal
can be restored to their original or othnr
" Considerable reduction Is made In
prices during July and August. We can
change bra as to satin finish; so *xtrn
charge. Qaa and electric fixtures and* nt
manufacturer*' prices. OMtpletn Usn ts
The Elmer H. Catlin Co.,
SHOWROOMS AND VACTOKY.
JyS-90t.20 SOS 13th si n.W.
$ Browning & Middleton, Inc. ?
& To Taste Our |
^ ?is to like them:
SATISFIED customer is a
valuable asset. We are
satisfying the trade by
supplying better coffee
3? than they have ever tast
jZ ed before. Flame-roasted Coffees
3C are delicious, smooth and fragrant.
Priced no higher than you'll
pay for ordinary grades.
K? We ship goods everywhere.
J": Out-of-town business featured.
1 Browning &
| Middleton, Inc.,
3C Wholesale ?nd Retail Grocers, Coffee
Roasters and Liquor Dealers,
| 608 Pa. Ave. N. W. ???<&. *
r) * j ?of summer outings, rack as
?i CrOXIQe tan. sunburn and freckle*, are
promptly removed by Evan*'
PEROXIDE LOTION. Keep
It among your toilet kelps.
Price. 26e bottle.
ifENRY EVANS, 9?-24 F St
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DRUGGIST.
of NEW FURS.
OUR sagacity in ordering pelta in the
EARLY markets before the big
price advances enables ua to offer
furs of ail tinds
At Bargain Figures.
Call and inspect our Opening Display of
New Furs? Coats, Neckwear. Muffs, etc.
SPECIAL OPENING PRICES.
SAKS FUR CO.,
Furs Exclusively, 13th & G.
lou're Not Fully
Thompson's ^ rir,?ViSknV*2:
cure a supply
TTSJCPTT SON'S INSECT POWDER.
It's all you need use to get
rf<l of bugs. In air-tight CANS.
POWDER. 10,15,25 &30c.
g^* JSiompsomi Pharmacy,
FRANK C. HENRY. PROP.. 70S 15th at.
AT RECUSED PliSii,
13.BO SWITCHES NOW fS.M.
$?.00 SWITCHES NOW (Ml.
JS.00 SWITCHES NOW *??.
Lea's Hair lfedicaat. $1. Restores
Cray hair to natural color-OCAR
ANTE ED. Prevent* falling half.
?a time-honored* remedy
for dysentery and other
bowel disorders. Supe
rior in quality and purity.
75c bottle; 40c half bottle.
* Phon? M. 986.
MISS DA VIDE YULEE NOBLE.
(Copyright by Cliocdlnst.)
IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY
ENGAGEMENT OF MISS NOBLE
AND LIEUT. MILES.
Charming Young Belle to Wed Son
of Gen. Miles?Other News.
Mrs. William Belden Noble announces
tne engagement of her daughter, Davide
Yulee Noble, to Lieut. Sherman Miles,
U. S. A., son of Gen. Nelson A. Miles.
Mrs. Noble, whose Washington home is
at 1761 N street, has spent the past sum
mer at Camp Little Pines, Lake Cham
plain, N. Y., where she is now with her
daughter. Miss Noble made her debut
winter before last with the attractive
group of girls who were then presented,
and enjoyed all the distinction of a
marked belleship. Her mother was Nannie
C. Yulee, whose father was David C.
Yulee, a United States senator from Flori
da. who built for his Washington home
the nouse on Connecticut avenue now tlie
Austro-llungarian legation. A tile
ornament near the front door representing
the palmetto and the pin?? suggested his
Mrs. Francis Fearr. of New York,
widow of the former American minister
to Greece. lias returned to Berlin from
a visit with Carmen Sylva, the Queen
of Roumanla. Ambassador and Mrs. Hill,
who will shortly leave for this country,
will give a dinner tonight at which Mrs.
Fearn, George H. Guthries. a former
mayor of Pittsburg; Prof. Satterthwaite
of the University of Maryland and Baron
ess Heyking will be present.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Weinberg of 433 2d
street southeast will be at home Sunday.
September 12, from 7 to 10 o'clock, in
honor of their son Icon's bar mitzrah.
Miss Marguerite Berton of New York
city is visiting Washington with Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas A. Riggles, . also of New
York city. The party is visiting the
Misses Riggles on Capitol Hill.
Mrs. Charles J. Wetzel and daughter,
Miss Bertha Whilldin Wetzel of Mount
Pleasant, have returned from an ex
tended western tour and have taken
apartments at the I^anier for the winter.
Dr. and Mrs. George B. Welch have
returned to the city, having spent the
summer at Ojibway Island, Ontario,
Miss M. Louise Trunnell and Mr.
George B. Ewell were quietly married at
St. Ann's Church. Baltimore, Md., by the
Rev. Father Johnston, September 8. Mr.
and Mrs. Ewell left immediately for Nor
folk, their future home, where they will
be pleased to see their friends after Oc
tober 15. at 423 Martin avenue, Nor
Mr. Charles J.' Wetzel, son of Mrs.
Charles J. Wetzel of Mount Pleasant,
left this city the latter part of August
to take a position in Portland, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Hazen have
returned from a two-week stay at their
country place, Mount Wesley, Fauquier
county, Va., where they entertained a
house party composed of Miss Mary C.
Brewer, Miss Floss Barnes, Miss Mary
Faunce, Messrs. J. B. Shinn, Floyd E.
Davis and J. E. Balllnger.
The marriage of Mr. Joseph F. Davis
and Mrs. Maude V.*Armisted took place
at the parsonage of the Second Baptist
Church, corner 4th street and Virginia
aVenue southeast. September 8. 1000, Rev.
E. Hez Swem officiating.
Miss Mary and Josephine Mulcahy are
spending their vacation at Atlantic City,
Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Mrs. John J. McCarthy of 305ft R
street, Georgetown Heights, accom
panied by. her little grandson. John J.
Gorman, left yesterday for a two-week
stay at Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Stone and
family are in New York, where they will
be through the week at the Hotel Wol
Miss Mary E. Haddaway, daughter of
Mrs. Mary E. Haddaway and the late
Rev. S. W. Haddaway, and Mr. William
Parker Jones, formerly of Stoneham.
Mas^., were married yesterday in the
parsonage of the Mount Vernon M. E.
Church, the Rev. J. Howard Wells, the
pastor, officiating. Only the members of
the family and a few friends were pres
The bride wore white broadcloth and% a
large black hat with plumes. She car
ried a prayerbook. Immediately after the
services Mr. and Mrs. Jones left Wash
ington for a wedding trip north. Upon
their return they will reside at the To
Mrs. Otto Luebkert has returned to the
city after a stay of several months at
Falrhaven. Mass.; Bretton woods, N. H.,
and in New York state.
The following births were reported to
the health office during the past twenty
Frank and Helena B. Bernard, Septem
ber 6. 1000, girl.
Robert H. and May W. Evans, Septem
ber 5, 1000, girt.
George W. and Nannie B. Upton, Sep
tember R, 1000, boy.
Charles K. and Gertrude Wlldman, Sep
tember 1, 1000. girl.
Oscar F. and Lucy Knabe, September 7,
Peter A. and Adelina A. Radica, Septem
ber 5, 1000, girl.
Thomas J. and Mary Malloy, September
8, 15)00. girl.
Theodore and Alma G. Carlow, Septem
ber 5. 1900, boy.
"X ? ? l^lll ? ?l?l -,l - | - _ I- "I ????> ~?l ?1| ? 1 ? ? ? -? ?| ?I _ \? ? ?
OPEN-AIR BAND CONCERTS
IN AND NEAR WASHINGTON
At Fort Mycr.
This Evening at 8 O'Qock.
FIFTEENTH U. S. CAVALRY BAND.
George F. Tyrrell, Chief Musician.
1. March?"The Scarf Dancer" . Mill*
2. Overture???'Kaiser" Klesler
3. Polonaise "On Mountain Helghta" Klesler
4. Wait*?"Tout Paris" Waldteufel
5. Potpourri of Kerry Mill's latest Songa Schula
6. Nocturne?"Lea Cloches du Monastere" Wely
7. Selection?"kudu de Lammermoor" Donlsettl
8. March?"Gate City" Weldon
"The Star Spangled Banner." .
At the White House,
Saturday, September J J, 1909, at 4:40 P.M.
MARINE BAND CONCERT.
William H. Santelmann, Leader.
1. Grand , March?"Mllltalre". Tschalkowsky
3. Overture?"!* Carnival Romala" Berlioz
S. Caprice?"The Butterfly" Bendlx
4. Duet for Flute and Horu?1"Serenade" Tit I
(Musicians Robert Seel aad Adblph Seldler.)
5. Bemlnlscencea of "Beethoven" Godfrey
?. Funeral March of a Marlonet Gounod
T. Hungarian Rhapsody?"No. 14" Llaat
"The- Star Spaagled Banner."
At Logan Park, Anacostia.
Friday, September 10, 1909, at 7:30 P.M.
UNITED STATES ENGINEER BAND.
Julius Kamper, Chief Musician, Director.
1. March?"The Fairest of the Fair" Sousa
X Overture "Poet and Peasaat" Von Suppe
3. Piccolo Solo?"The Skylark" Cox
By Corp. I.even.
4. Grand Faatasla?"Echoes From the Metropolitan" Tobaal
5. Waits?"The Skaters" Waldteufel
ft. Medley Overture?"Bits of Remlck's Hits" v> Lampe
T. Sextet from "I.acla dl Uaaeraaor" Doalsettl
8. America a aad ladlaa Faatasla?"The Death of Custer** Johaaoa
"The Star Spaagled Banner."
Oliver and Mary K. Leaman, September
7, 10011, boy.
Charles and Babetha Bauman, Septem
ber 2. lOOO. boy.
Antonio and Santa Mermda, September
8, 1900. boy.
Edward S. and Gertrude Blue, August
17. 1000, girl.
John W. and Lucy Bailer, September 6.
John F. and Nannie Harris. August 23.
Marriage licenses have been issued to
William L. Ray and Mary I* IKingston,
both of Cokeville. Md.
Charles A. Gude and Gertrude Chap
man. both of Prince George county. Md.
Henry B. Fant of Fort Washington. Md.,
and Lizzie L Carter of Roanoke, Va.
Richard E. Britton and Imogene G. Ed
wards, both of Smithtteld, Va.
Theodore N. Denslow of New York city
and Josephine Stewart of Friendship
The following deaths were reported to
the health office during the past twenty
Mary F. Allison, eighty-seven years.
Home for Incurables.
Clara Gassaway Hindmarsh. fifty-six
years, 13> Maryland avenue northeast.
Grace E. Yates, two years, 1313 I street
Margaret Hickey. seventy-one years,
428 Manor place.
Edward C. Neal, sixty-one years, 223
North Capitol street.
William T. Hickerson, flfty-eight years,
130 R street northeast.
George H. Smith, forty-six years, 119
C street northeast.
John R. Rothrock. fifty-nine years, 908
23d street northwest.
Charles L. Danforth, sixty-nine years,
1428 F street northeast.
Bernadine Forman, one month, 1207 G
Archie Armstrong, twenty-eight years,
1706 4th street northwest.
Tulip Minor, sixty years, Glendale, D. C.
Ruth Lyles, six years, 1137 21st street
Dorothy Armstead, one year, 403 26th
Willis Lottize. eleven months, 1320 Lin
den street northeast.
William Jackson, thirty days, 235 Wil
low Tree alley.
NO PROOF OF PEONAGE.
Department Through With MoKees
The legal authorities of Pennsylvania
and not those of the federal government
will have to take whatever action is
taken regarding the recent strikes at
the works of the Pressed Steel Car Com
pany at McKees Rocks. Pa. The matter
was given careful consideration at the
Department of Justice yesterday by Act
ing Attorney General Ellis and Assistant
Attorney General Russell, who received
reports from United States Attorney Jor
dan of Pittsburg and Special Agent
Hoagland, who have been conducting an
investigation for the department.
While Mr. Jordan and Mr. Hoagland
report several cases of violence against
the strikers by employes of the com
pany in their efforts to break the strike,
nothing was discovered which indicated
that the company had violated the peon
age or immigration laws. Mr. Ellis and
Mr. Russell, after going over the matter
thoroughly with the two investigators,
decided that there was no ground upon
which the department could interfere.
This means that so far as the Depart
ment of Justice is concerned the case will
be dropped. The Pennsylvania authori
ties are still investigating it, however,
and may take action.
In the meantime reports from the
scene of the strike are to the effect that
the differences between the employers
and the striking workmen have been set
tled and that by tomorrow morning the
entire force will be back at work.
MAURETANIA RREAKS RECORD.
Clips Seven Minutes Off Lusitania's
Latest Westward Run.
NEW YORK. September 10.?The steam
er Mauretania broke all transatlantic
records last night by making the cross
ing between Queenstown and this port in
4 days 11 hours and 33 minutes.
The Mauretania's new mark betters
the performance of her sister ship, the
Lusltania, made on her last westward
voyage, by 7 minutes. The liner ar
rived at Ambrose channel light at 4:50
p.m., covering 2,783 miles at an average
speed of 25.87 knots an hour. The days'
runs were 56, 653, 658, 643, 641 and 132
Lieut. Nettles Dismissed.
First Lieut. Clarence S. Nettles, U. S.
A., retired, has been dismissed from the
army as a result of court-martial pro
ceedings. He was convicted of financial
irregularities. The President approved the
sentence of dismissal imposed by the
Lieut. Nettles is from South Carolina
and began his military service during the
Spanish war in the ranks of 2d South
Carolina Infantry. He afterward became
captain of the 10th United States Volun
teer Infantry. In February, 1901, he was
appointed first lieutenant, 20th Regular
Infantry, and was retired in October, 1908,
for disability incurred in line of duty. He
is a resident of Denver, Col.
Bubonic Plague Epidemic Ended.
The bubonic plague epidemic in Vene
zuela seems to be at an end. The State
Department has received a telegram from
United States Minister Russell at Caracas,
dated yesterday, saying that the Vene
zuelan government had officially declared
the plague epidemic at an end in view of
the fact that eighteen days have elapsed
since the last case was reported.
Bad Feeling Results in Murder.
MINNEAPOLIS, N. C., September 10.
Ed Young was shot and almost instantly
killed by Wood Fern here yesterday
morning. The men were not on good
terms, but the immediate cause of the
shooting is not known.
Falls Dead in Atlanta Theater.
ATLANTA, Ga., September 10.?John
Harris ,aged thirty-eight, a member of
Company H, 14th Infantry, United States
Army, stationed at Fort McPherson.
dropped dead last night at a local thea
ter. His death was due to heart trou
Chasing a Negro Criminal.
DANVJLLE. Va., September 10.?Oscar
Hern, the negro who attempted to crimi
nally assault Miss Cora Mattox near
Lynch's station. Monday night, has so
far eluded his pursuers. The county sher
iff and deputies are on the scene to pre
vent lynching in case the negro Is cap
Miss Julia Johns was married to Glenn
Taylor by Rev. Dr. W. A. Barr at Lynch
ARENDRS. On Wednesday, September 8,* 1009,
to Joseph M. and ItoHah Arendes, a daughter.
ARMSTRONG. On Wednesday, September 8,
1909, at 1 p.m.. at Bar Hurltor, Me.. Gen.
FRANK C. ARMSTRONG, C. S. A.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BECHTEL. On Wednesday, September 8. 1909,
at 3:30 ii.ni., at bis mMewe, HOD 3d street
northwest, CHARLES V., beloved husband
of Nora A. Becbtel (nee Lynch).
Funeral from his l?te residence. 609 3d street
northwest, Saturday. September 11. at 8:30,
tlicnee to St. Aloyslus Church, where mass
wfil be celebrated at 9 a.m. for repose of his
soul. Interment at Mount Olivet ceme
BERKLEY. On Friday. September 10. 1909.
ELSIE ELNORA BERKLEY, aged one year.
Stricken mother, cease thy weeping.
Lift thy thoughts above the sod;
Thouarh thy little one ia sleeping. '
Yet her spirit Is with Ood.
Gone before her thou hsst others
Numbered with the angel band;
She has Joined her little sister
In the far-off spirit land.
Funeral services Saturday at 3:30 at 238 9th
COHBN. 0b Friday, September JO, 1900, at 6:30
.!?OI,?T COHEN. boioved husband <*f
Mmrj r*. \ onrn.
Nn.T?l fmni hld.iitc residence. 134.*, E?< lid
?!"! _ M.^iday. September IS Kt
^?prtjstr- 'nd rru,,v"inT,t^- ,n,r
Funeral from hi* late residence j? p street
..NHhw^t, Saturday. September It' ,, j . ?
,r,WM'? respectfully invited, t<*
attend. Interment at Congressional cemetery.
HAYS. On Thur?dar. September 0 itmt .? IS
B^narVV V,,lW?VlA dlShl" "
Bernard F. Hml Mary Elizabeth Hay*.
v,r*lnla. th??n hast left u?:
n . -r n,,wt de.-plv f.-e];
'J who has bereft u*.
He cen a!! our sorrow* heal.
by mamma and pat a.
l-uneral *mm their residence. 12.'?" cj str?4M
southeast. Saturday. September.il, 2 r.,n.
HOW AR|>. On Friday. September id ,,
W* Howard *" W'U?W ?f ,he Jr* ?*
Not Ire of funeral her^aftrr.
HOWE. Suddenly, nn Senf,*n>t>er 0 irtrto at
?nUlVV,^Pi!"1- VI(TO'< . Move* oldest
*oi? of Catherine A. and the late Chester
Howe. *2<"?l flflivn years
Notlee of funeral later.
HICK. On Friday, September lrt 1909 ?? 4 -?
a-m. J MYtn. helored husband of Mantle E
Hitelc (nee Yon l>erlebr>.
Funeral from hi* late residence. 7? S *tr?.f
northwest. Monday. September 13 ?t 2-Sn
o clock n.m. Interment ,lt Glen wood ccme.
? IIS" ri*'nd^. ",,d ^'""ve* invited to at.
.? (Brooklyn ?nd N>?. Vork _
please copy. I * .
JOHNS On Tuesday. September 7. 1909 a?
r-u "a? - bor r?*id?nce In Otterhourne
. ^Hf?"eTent^.- B"M % L" J?"V8 V*"*d
tUIKT?,iAr0,n. realdenee Friday. Sept em
PhlladilnM- 0 c|or* P? (Baltimore and
? nilndelphiM papers p'eatte copy.) 3
MATHEWS. Departed thin life Tueadav Sctv
den*^rr *?" n"' Mf 10:20 !????? "t her real
Sathp'ws kB025 ^U"' Mr" rLAUV
n..i-?/ Jil* beloved mother of Masgi*
Oavls. Annie Rhone and Sldner Crockett. and
? he yrandirotl.er of Dal?y William.. Maggie
Hlione, Jessie Burnett and Clara Rhone.
n**.r,v' loved one. thou haxt left n?:
We thy lost most deeply feel:
But 'tl* God who ha* bereft ns;
He c?n all our sorrow* heal.
She died triumphant in the faith.
Funeral Saturday. September 11, at 2 o'clock,
from True Reformers' Hall, 12th and U
l\ZT, an<l frieud? In
vited to attend.
MA)XL Thursday. September ft.
>Wa. "t I2:o5o clock p.m.. at residence. 14441
n?rbw:s,^MA?THA J. MAYO, the
belored wife of The,,. Mayo. nr.. and tb?
mother of John. William. S?t?rt and naren--?
^pTea^.'py0"' ,8,"r- AU"
HENKY^-,0- ,9n"' "f
Firtieral from *12 lat atreet 'northwest Mondar
September-13. at 8:.T0 a.m ; thencc to St!
Alojsius (Tuirch at 9 a.m. Omit flower*. (Al
toona and Tittaliurs: paper* plca*c ?-<>py.? 3
PeI>"r,ot' life on Thirr*dar. 'Scp
lwn'- "? ?:?* " m ? MAMIE K
isLi i w J!leo,/*ordonl. the beloved wife of
wTlfr/m t .""C- 1*nd 'lauirhtor of
William T. and the late Mary A. iiordon.
aped twenty-three year* and eighteen day*.
Funeral from the realtoncc of her father WP
'?? T-. Gerdon. No. lfn> <;oo,l Hope road.
Anai-oftia. I?. C. Saturday. September 11. at
3 o clock p.m. > rlend* and relative* of the
ramily Invited to attend. (New York city
papers please copy. I
RIOGIJCS. On Friday. September 10. at
\?? * dau-h,ci' of Mr. and
Mr*. (.. ?. Rlffirle*.
Funeral frotp residence of Mr*. V. Baldwin John
Hon. 1JO4 Q Ktrcot aorthw?*Ht. Funeral priTat?.
SMITH. On Tljuraday. September ft. lWftft. at 2
n. P-m.. at the rc*lden<-c of hi* parent'-.
W?3 3d Rtri-et southeast. JOHN PATRICK
the ltelovfd son of Perry and Era M. Smith!
H*ed one year and nine months.
STEEL. On Thursday. September ft. IDop at 1
^ ""8rn s. Wley'? funeral parlor*.
M "o'ttheaat. Saturday. September
11. at 8:SO a.m.; thence to 8t. Joseph's
Church at ft o'clock, where mnas of requiem
nil eHP4i_.for. the ber auul.
Relative* and frlenda Invited to attetfd. In.
tennent at Glen wood cemetery.
WALSfl. On Thursday. September ft. 1906. at
1:10 a.m., THOMAS A.. tUe beloved ton <(
Timothy and Mary Walsh.
Funeral will take place from .116 H street north*
eaat on Saturday, September 11. at 10 o'clock
a.m., thcnce to St. Aloyxlua Church, where
requiem max* will be said for the repose of
hla soul at 10:.'to o'clock. Relatives and
friends icvited to attend. |
CADEI.. In sad aud lovlnr remembrance of nor
daughter and slater. MARY ETTAi
( A DEL. who departed this life one year in
today. September 10. 1808.
Our hearts and home ana sad todav.
As ever they Khali be.
To know we cannot embrace our darling sister.
The one we loved xo dear.
BY HER MOTHER AND SISTERS.
DONOnUE. In loving remembrance of mv dear.
beloved brother. THOMAS DONOHCB. wh#
teWl0.thl^!fe ?nC y"r >8? t0d*J'
AH 1* dark within our dwelling,
lonely are our heart* today,
For the one we loved xo dearly
Has forever passed awav.
Thy virtue and thy worth
Shall fond remembrance cheer,
And cane the aching heart
That drop* the falling tear.
BY HIS LOVING SISTER. JOHANNA DERWAN.
8CHLOTTERBECK. In sad but loving remem
brance of our dear mother, MARY E.
STHLOTTERBECK, who died September 10,
BY HER CHILDREN. MARY AND ALBERT.
SCHLOTTERBETK. In sad hot lovln* remem
brance of our dear *l?ter. APGl'STV S.
SCH1X)TTERBECK, who died Septeiulier 10.
BY ALBERT TER AXD BttOTHKR- MAKY AND
WAHL In loving rememhrame of o>ir d.-ar
brother and uncle. WM. C. WAI1U who di-d
aeventevn years ago today. September lu,
Gone, but not forgotten.
BY ? S.Ul.^SISTKK- srs,E BoWERSOX. AND
NEIHEW, WIN FIELD DUNN.
J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director
and Embalmer. Livery in connection. Commo
dious chapel and modern crematorium. Modest
prices. 332 Pa. ave. n.w. Telephone call 1388.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
1828 I4TH ST. N.W. Telephone North 3T?.
Joseph F. Birch's Sons,
3034 m st. n.w.
W. R. SPEARE,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMBH.
940 F Street N.W^
WASHINGTON. D. G.
Phones Main JSJ;
Frank A. Spcarc, Mgr.
WM. H. SARDO & CO^
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
408 H at. n.e. Modern chapel. Phone Lincoln 524.
GEORGE P. ZURHORST. ~~
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Paneral Parlors. 301 Eaat Capitol at
Telephone Lincoln 372.
Phone Lincoln 376. Established 1800.
JOHN M. MITCHELL'S SON.
782 11th at. a.e- Washington. D. Q.
Edw. L. Boteler,
Successor to E. M. Boteler.
Phone L. 1308. 039 Pa. ave. a.e.
J. T. CLEMENTS,
1241-43 WISCONSIN AVE. N.W. (Georgetown*.
Telephone We?t S04. Washington. P. 0.
FRANK OEIER'S SONS,
1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
Mddern chapel. Telephone call North 589.
THOS. M. HINDLE,
UNDERTAKER. 5TH AND H N.W.
Phone M. 837.
ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS
FROM tl-ftO AND I P.
gee us before placing orders elsewhere!
MARCHE & CO.,
S.E. CORNER 14TH AND H STS. N.W.
Funeral Designs. Funeral Designs.
Geo. C. Shaffer.
Beautlfnl floral designs very reasonsbl* In priest
Phone 2418 Main. 14tn and Eye ate. n-W.
Superb Clusters, $2?Worth $5.
Blacklstone's Floral Designs ausssss great
beauty. Fresh and fragrant Bowers used.
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