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Until ntiJ further furtbetnotite noticestore notice tore will open at 830 8 30 a m and close cI sc at 530 5 30 p in inBoys inBoys n nBoys
Boys and Young Mens MensOvercoats MensOvercoats MensOvercoats
Overcoats at Reduced Prices PricesOLLOWING PricesFOLLOWING PricesOLLOWING
OLLOWING our January custom we offer every Overcoat re remaining remaining rer
FOLLOWING r maining in stock at a reduced price thus affording an excellent excellentopportunity excellentopportunity excellentopportunity
opportunity to purchase highgrade coats at a decided decid d saving savingand savingand savingand
and at a time when such goods are most needed neededBoys neededBoys neededBoys
Boys Long Overcoats of allwool materials in black Oxford gray grayand grayand grayand
and fancy colors Sizes 10 to 17 17Special 17Spacial 17Special
Special price S395 395 each eachWere eachWere eachWere
Were 650 and 750 750Boys 750Ii 75OBs
Boys Ii Bs I Long < ong Overcoats OverJoats of fine allwool mixtures Sizes ioto IO tot7 tot7Special to 17 17Special 17Special
Special price 550 each eachWere eachWere eachWere
Were S850 850 8909 900 and 81000 81000Boys SI000B S1OOOBoys
Boys B ys I iqg ng g Overcoats of fine stylish mixtures with auto and mil military military mu muitary ¬
itary collarsfzmd col1ars d shaped lapels Sizes 10 to 17 17Special 17Special 17Special
Special price 5750 750 each eachWere eachWere eachWere
Were 1000 to S135Q S135QS S135QLittle 1350 1350LittleBoys 1350I 1350Little
Little LittleBoys Boys Reefers and Overcoats Overcoatsstylish stylish uptodate coats with withshaped withshapedlap withshape4I
shaped shapedlap lapels pels ls or button high at the neck plain and fancy effects all allwool allwool allwool
wool materials aterials and mostly woolen linings Sizes 2 23 to 12 12Special 12Special 12Special
Special price pri e S550 550 each eachWere eachWere eachWere
Were 5650 650 to S900 S900Little 900 900Little 9OOLhle
Little Little Boys Oxford Gray Reefers and Overcoats Sizes 2 to
12 Agopd Ajg pd variety from which to select selectSpecial selectSpecial selectSpecial
Special price 395 each eachWere eachWere eachWere
Were S500 500 to 750 750Also 7 75OAlso 50 50A1so
Also a tableful of Boys Suits with knickerbocker trousers A Aclearance AclearaQce Aclearance
clearance clearaQce of f odds and ends of highgrade suits in sizes 5 to 17 17Special 17Special 17Special
Special price 500 each eachWere eachWere eachWere
Were 650 to SI100 SI100A 1100 1100A 1100Alot
A Alot lot of Boys Allwool Sweaters in gray with colored cQ19redcornbina cQ19redcornbinations combina combinations combinations ¬
tions Sizes 2 to 18 1885ceach 1885c iS85c
85ceach 85c each Were 1 150 150Third 15OThird 50 50Third
Third floorTenth Thnth th st stae stSale stSa
Sale Sa > ae of f Manufacturers Manufacturersamples ManufacturersSamples MantifacturersSamples
Samples Traveling Bags BagsAt
At 33 Less Than Regular Prices PricesT PricesWE
A T I E have just closed out from the manufacturer direct a miscel miscellaneous miscellaneous miscelv
WE v laneous lot of Traveling Bags for men and women and shall shallplace shallplace shallb
b V place them on sale this morning at 33 3313 13 less than regular regularprices regularprices regularprices
prices They come from the leading maker of this particular class of ofgoods ofgoods ofgoods
goods in the e country and are strictly highgrade in every particular particularSome particular80me particularSome
Some of uiese these have been used as samples and some are numbers that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the manufacturer is going to discontinue Included are all the regular regularsizes regularsizes regularsizes
sizes from 12 to 18 inch and in all the popular leathers including pat patent patent patent ¬
ent cowhide pigskin seal walnut calfskin monkey grain c cOn cOn cOn
On sale this morning at prices ranging from fromS275
S275 275 to 1350 each eachJanuary eachaEelMDt eachBaeiatquuabe
Baeiatquuabe aEelMDt quUab1e BY BYJanUary BMg BMgJarniary
January Special Sale of ofC02W ofOrients1 ofOrienta
Oriental Rugs RugsNUMBER RugsANUMBER RugsA C02W
A NUMBER of oneofakind pieces together with a large lot pur purchased purchaset1 purt ¬
ANUMBER t chased from a prominent importer offered at very special prices pricesL pricesfor pricesfor
L for this January Sale SaleIncluded SaleIncluded SaleIncluded
Included are soft rich Mousouls Shirvans Kurdestans Afghans AfghansIndias AfghansIndias AfghansIndias
Indias Cabistans Sarouks Kermanshahs c These are all hand handmade handmade handmade ¬
made rugs rugsevery every one a product of the far East Eastincluding including some very veryrare veryrare veryrare
rare pieces They are strictly perfect the colorings and designs rich richand richand richand
and attractive and whether bought for ones own use or to add to a col collection collection collection ¬
lection the investment will be a very satisfactory one Included are areLot areLot areLot
Lot of Daghestans average 34x5 3 3x x5 feet feet1500 feet1500Value feet15OOValue 1500 1500Value
Value 2000 2000Lot 2000Lot 2OOOLot
Lot of Daghestans average 3ix5 3 3xkfeetS175O 3xkfeetS175OValue x5 N NLot feet feetSI750 feetSI750Value S1750 S1750Value
Value S2500 2500 2500Lot Z5OULot
Lot of Cabistans average 3 3x6 x < 5 feet feet2500 feet2500Values feet25OOa feet25OOValues 2500 2500Values
Values 30 to 35 35Lot 35Lot
< 4
Lot of Fine Cabistans Cabistans30 30 Values 40 and 45 45Lot 45Lot 45Lot
Lot of Fine Cabistans Cabistans35 35 Values 540 40 to S50 S50Lot 50 50Lot 5OLot
Lot of Fine Cabistans CabistansS40 40 Values 845 45 to 60 60I
1 Afghan size 10ix82 10ix8275 75 Value S100 S100I 100 100I
I Afghan size 103x83 103x83lOO 100 Value S 125 25
1 Cashmere size 98x6 9865500 9Sx 5500 Value 6500
1 Muskabod size 108x87 108x8795 95 Value 125
1 Muskabod size 106x8 106x8S75 75 Value 100
1 India size 1310x9 1310x9150 150 Value 5250 5250i 250 250i 250I
i India size 138x10 138xlO175 175 Value 300 i
1 India size 83x121 83x12l150 150 Value 5225 225
1 Sarouk size 13x9 13x9S300 300 Value 400
1 Sarouk size 84x12 84x12527S 4x12275 275 Value 8375 375
1 Kermanshah size 13x9 13x9375 375 Value S500 500 500I
1 Mintez size 123x92 123x92175 175 Value 5250 250
1 Ghorevan size 113x95 113x95200 1 200 Value 275
1 Muskabod size 103x142 103x142175 175 Value 225
1 Bezir size 105x57 105x57S6500 6500 Value 100 100Fourth 100Fourth 100Fourth
Fourth fleorG It stI t
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President and Mrs MlsTatt Taft Tafttend 4J 4Jtend 1
tend Play at National NationalMBS Nati NationalMRS 1 t 1 1MRS
Party PartT Receives Demonstration t tterlnsr t ttcrln L Lterlni
terlnsr tcrln Playhouse PlnJtouseUanY playliouaeMauyFeature Many DlrJ DlrJFeature DllJFeature
Feature Evening Gnycties G Gayctle5l CtllI fi iS iSSpeaker i iSpeaker i iSpcnker
Speaker of House and Ind1Ulu 3HM Cam GnuGuest CLfliGuc3t5 MM MMGucats
Guest of Mr and Mrs Dwight DyriffhtTho DwightJI DwightTim
JI i iTho
Tho President and Mrs Krrs Taft acco accopanled accopan accopanted
panted pan led by b the tho latters sister Mrs Char CharP CharP CharP
P Anderson of Cincinnati and her t tdaughters tdaughters tdaughters
daughters and Capt Archibald rchlbald Butt a aLieut nLleut aLieut
Lieut Pratt attended the porformai pcrrormaIat r rat
at tho New ew National Theater last nig nigThere nIgThore figThore
Thore was a demonstration when th thPresidential t11Pre51dontiRI tflPrcidtIaI
Presidential party entered the playhouse playhouseFormer playhouseFormer p1ayhoueFormer
Former Representative and Mrs Irs Henry HenryKirko HenryKtrko HenryKirko
Kirko Porter entertained at dinner last lastevening la5teonlng IaeterenEng
evening Among their guests were the theBrltich thoBritish theBritish
British Ambassador and Mrs James Bryco Brycoand Brycoand Brycoand
and Mr Justice and Mrs Brewer BrewerThe BrewerThe BrewerThe
The German Ambassador and Countess Countessvon Countessvon Countessvon
von Barnstorff Bernstorf wero among tho dinner dinnerguests dinnerguests dinnerguests
guests of the Assistant Secretary Secrotnr of the theNavy theNay theNary
Navy and Mrs lrs Beekman WInthrop who whohad whohad whohad
had a large company dining with them tliemlast themlast themlast
last evening eveningTho eveningTho eveningThe
Tho Snoakor SI1Of or of the House and Miss MissCannon MiasCanDOn MissCannon
Cannon wero the guests of honor at atdinner atdinner atdinner
dinner last night of Representative and andMrs andrs andMrs
Mrs rs DwIght of New York Those asked askedto askodto askedto
to meet them wore Senator and Mrs MrsDep MraDepw MrsDepew
Dep Depw w Senator Warren Vorr n Senator Burton BurtonRepresentative BurtonRepr6Sentativo BurtonRepresentative
Representative and Mrs Mrs Fassatt Ropre Ropresentatlvo RoprosentaU Bopresentativo
sentatlvo sentaU and Mrs Olmsted Col and Mrs MrsSymons MrsSmons MrsSymons
Symons Mrs lrs Marcus A Hanna Miss MissBoardman MissBoardman MissBoardman
Boardman and Miss l1ss Patten PattenMr PattenMrand PattonMrand
Mr Mrand and Mrs George Howard enter entertained entertained entertamed ¬
tained at dinner last evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The United States Minister to China Chinaand ChInaand Chinaand
and MM Mn W J Calhoun who are arehouse arehouseg1JOIits arehousegutts house houseguests
guests of tho Secretary of War Ynr and andMrs andMrsDickinson Mra MraDickinson Mr3DIcklnsen
Dickinson were entertained at dinner last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening by Mr Ir and Mrs Charles M MPopper MPopper I IPopPtr
Popper who asked skOd a distinguished com company company oempeny ¬
pany to meet them themMaJ themlI themMaj
MaJ lI J and Mrs Irs Duncan C Phillips enter entertained entertnlaed entertalDod ¬
tained at a dinner danco last evening In Inhonor Inhonor Inhonor
honor of Miss Lillian Chow and her herRanee herknee herIiaioe
knee Mr Ir John Upshur Upshur Morohoad who whowill whowfU whowill
will be married next week In the home of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the brides grandmother Mrs Tltlen J JCoffey JCotrey JCoffey
Coffey Mr 1r Duncan Phillips will be tho thoMt thob61t thebeit
b61t Mt man at the wedding There wore worefifty woro11ft woretlfty
fifty 11ft dinner guests Mr r Morohead enter entertained entertained entertamed ¬
tained at his bachelor dinner a week ago agoat agoat agoat
at the Yale Club In New York YorkMr Yorklr YorkMr
Mr lr and 1d Mrs Irs Hennen Jennings had a adinner adinner adinner
dinner dance In their Sheridan Circle home homelast homeJast homelast
last evening for their daughter Miss MlwKatharine MI MIKatherine MissKatherine
Katherine Jennings There wore about abouttwenty abouttwonty abouttwenty
twenty dinner guests and about 900 OO asked askedafterward Wkedafterward askedafterward
afterward for dancing dancingMme dandnSIme dancingMgne
Mme Ime do Melssner her sisterinlaw sisterinlawMrs sisterInlawMns sisterinlawMrs
Mrs Radford and the latters debutante debutantedaughter debutantedaughter debutantedaughter
daughter Miss Mary Radford will hold holdthalr holdtheir holdtheir
their last at home of the season this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon In their home In Georgetown GeorgetownMrs GeorgotownMrs GeorgetownMrs
Mrs Michael J Colbert will be at home homeon borneon homeon
on Tuesdays in February FebruaryMrs Phruar PhruarrJrs FebruaryMrs
Mrs Charles M Pepper and her deiigfc deiigfcter dEUgkter dvigliter
ter MISS 1 Nora Rose Ro Pepper will bo at athome athome athome
home for the tb last time this season to tomorrow t tmorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow afternoon at 3 3211 U Thirteenth Thirteenthstreet ThIrteenthstreet Thirteenthstreet
street streetMiss street11tI8 streetMiss
Miss 11tI8 Peart Seville Houston daughter of ofthe otthe ofthe
the late Dr and aDf Mrs Sam Houston was wasmarried was wasmarried wasmarried
married last evening to Mr William J JWeweler JWeseeler JWoseeler
Weweler son > > on of Dr and Mrs Irs S SWNHler W WWesseler WWesseler
Wesseler of St St Louis The ceremony ceremonytook ceremonytook ceremonytook
took place in the home of the brides bridesparents bridesparents brhiesparents
parents 14U Tenth street northwest northwestRev northuestRe northvoztRev
Rev Re William Rossin Busby Busb a close ctosefriend clo clofriend closefriend
friend of the brides family officiated officiatedThe officiatedThe officiatedThe
The bride was attended by her sister Miss MissGertrude MissGertxude 1I8s 1I8sGertrude
Gertrude Houston The best man was wasMr WdIr wasMr
Mr Ir William J Harris Jr of St Louis Louisclassmate Louisclaamate Louisclassmate
classmate of the bridegroom at the Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington University St Louis LouisOnly 1oulsOnly LouisOnly
Only relatives wer Were present pr08 nt at the core oeremony ceremOIQ coremony
mony A reception followed in the brides brideshome brIdeshome brideshome
home Tho brides gown was of white whitesatin whltosUn whitesatin
satin trimmed with rore point lace She Shecarried Shecarried Shecarried
carried a a shower bouquet of lilies of the thevalley thevalley thevalley
valley and Bride Bride roses The bridesmaid bridesmaidwore bridosmaidoro bridesmaidwore
wore oro a pink musseline with pearl and andsilver andsliver andsilver
silver trimmings Mr tr and Mrs rrs Wesseler Wesselerleft 1Tesselerleft Wesselerleft
left on an evening train for an extended extendedbridal extendedbrldttl extendedbridal
bridal trip On their return they will re reside reside roside ¬
side at 1315 Clifton street streetAmong streetmong streetAmong
Among < mong the outoftown guests present presentat
at the ceremony were Mrs C B Hous Houston Houston buston ¬
ton Mr and Mrs H H Houston Miss MissGrace MissGrace MIssGrace
Grace Harper of Chester Pa and Mr MrT MrT MrT
T E Houston of Elkhorn W Va VaMr VaMr VaMr
Mr and Mrs William Murphy announce announcetho announcotho announcethe
tho engagement of their daughter Miss MissIsabello MissIsabello MissIsabelio
Isabello K Murphy to Mr James C CNaughton CNaughton CNaughton
Naughton of this city clt The marriage marriagewill marriagewill marriagevliI
will take place sometime in the early earlysummer earlysummer earlysummer
summer summerA summerA summerA
A danco will bo begiven given by Mrs Irs Richard RichardTownsend RichardTowneend RichardTownsend
Townsend on February 7 7Cards 7Cards 7Cards
Cards have been issued by b Mr rr von vonStumm vonStumm vonStumin
Stumm and Liout von on Bruening for a atea atea atea
tea at their residence 1744 P street this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon in celebration of tho birthday birthdayof
of the German Emperor Mme von vonLIvonlus yonLlvonius vonLivonius
LIvonlus wife of the military attache attachewill attachewill attachewill
will act as hostess hostessThe hostessThe hostessThe
The marriage ceremony was performed performedyesterday performedyesterda performedyesterday
yesterday yesterda morning at SCrrhomas Church ChurchFalls ChurchFaHf1 ChurchFalls
Falls Church Va for Miss I1Bs Rae Smith of ofWashington ofVtWhington ofWashington
Washington and Charles Fenton of ofBallaton ofBallston ofBaliston
Ballaton Va The couple will make their theirhome theirhome theirhome
home with the bridegrooms parents in inBallston InBaJJston inBaliston
Ballston BallstonThe BaJJstonThe BalistonThe
The military attache of the French Em Embassy Embasay ¬
bassy and Countess do Chambrun will willleave willleave 111 111leavo
leave for Mexico IeXI < o on February 9 9Miss 9Miss I I1IIss
Miss Nellie Florence Flor Barrett and a d Mr MrWilliam MrWilliam MrWllIlam
William Henry Henr Harper were married last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night at the home of the brides parents parentsby parentsby parentsby
by Rev Dr Tudor A reception fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed after which the bridal couple left leftfor leftfor leftfor
for New York On their return they will willreside wHlreside willreside
reside at 1329 Columbia road roadMiss roadMiss roadMiss
Miss Frances Thorri debutante daugh daughter daughI daughIter daughter ¬
ter of Mrs Charles G Thorn acted as ashostess ashostess ashostess
hostess at luncheon yesterday yesterda in honor of ofMiss otUss ofMiss
Miss Uss Katherine McCook of Pittsburg Plttsburgwho Pittsburgwho Pittsburgwho
who is visiting here The guests invited invitedto
to meet Miss McCook were Miss Calvo Calvodaughter Calvodaughter Cairodaughter
daughter of the Minister of Costa Rica RicaMiss RicaU RicaMiss
Miss U S Alice Boutell daughter of Repre Representation Representation Reprosentation ¬
sentation Boutell Miss Evelyn Carpenter CarpenterMiss CarpenterMiss CarpenterMiss
Miss Nina Knox Kno Van Arsdale Miss Robyn RobynYoung RobynYoungj RobynYoung
Young Youngj Miss Marie Aldrich Miss Cox CoxMiss CoxMiss CoxMiss
Miss Marie Louise Houser Miss Ander Anderson Anderon Anderson ¬
son on Miss lIss OBrien Miss Johnston Miss MissCutler MIssCutler MissCutler
Cutler Miss I1s Brice Miss Walsh Wnlsh and andMiss and11lss andMiss
Miss Joyce house guest or Miss Thorn ThornMrs ThornMrs ThornMrs
Mrs James W V Orme entertained e tertalned at a atea atea atea
tea Tuesday afternoon at her residence
3317 Sixteenth street The house was wasdecorated wasdecor wasdecorated
decorated decor decorated ted with pink roses enchantress enchantresscarnations enchantresscarnatons enchantresscarnatIons
carnations palms and ferns The large
r nsburghBro sburgh Bro1
420426 7th Street StreetN7425
17425 Ith Street Street1s11tO Streetii
1s11tO k Silk SilkPetticoats SilkPe1coaIs
Petticoats PetticoatsAt
H At i J JI 4 439 39 I Ir
I c t r quality chiffon chiffontaf chiffontat chiffontat
tat ii 1 he new spring springshail springshatl springshaL
shail i f ick ck tailored tailoredseams tailoredscams tailoredseams
seams j s x ng hip 13 13inch 13inc11 13inch
inch flounce with 10 rows of ofstitching ofstitching ofstitching
stitching and 4 rows of pin pintucks pintucks
1 tucks every skirt has an abso absolute absolute absolute ¬
lute guarantee g u a r ant a n t e e attached attachedlength attachedlength
1 length 3 38 to 42 Regular RegularC RegularS750 RegularOae
S750 C > oU Oae value VaiU VaiUSpecial
Special Specialcenterpiece fJi4 p pcenterploce 439 439centerpiece 39
centerpiece on the table was W 3 of carnations carnationssurrounded carnationsurrounded carnationssurrounded
surrounded surrounded with pinkshaded sliver can candlesticks candl candlesticks ¬
dlesticks dlesticksShe dl dlesticksShe 8tleks 8tleksShe
She was assisted In receiving by Mrs MrsJames MrsJames MrsJames
James W Orme sr Mrs J J M Popham Pophamsister Pophaulslstor PophaniItor
sister of the thehostesa hostess Mrs Guy Gu Corbett CorbettMrs CorbettIrs CorbettMrs
Mrs Irs Joseph Hayden Mrs Charles A AWatson AWatson AWatson
Watson Miss Grace Thyson Th son Miss Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizaboth ¬
beth Bradfleld nrad ald and Miss Elsie Blackl Blacklstone Blacklstone BlftCkIstone
stone stoneMrs stoneMrs stoneMrs
Mrs Orme was as gowned In pale blue bluesatin bluesaUn blueSatin
satin and Iftoe with a 9 corsage bouquet of ofpink orpink ofpink
pink sweet weetpeaa peas Mrs Ormo sr wore woreblack woreblack woreblack
black satin and Jet Mrs Popham was wasin wasIn wasin
in white satin awl lace and Mrs Irs Watson Watsonin VaoonIn
in pale yellow nOW satin Mrs Orm Ormo < will be beat beat beat
at home informally on Tuesday afternoons afternoonsduring ater afternoonsduring Ons Onsduring
during the rest of the season seasonMlM seS seasonMIss n nMIas
MIss Gladys Hlnckley will leave leav for forNew forNow forNew
New York today for a short visit to toMisa toMiss toMiss
Miss Marjory Curtis She will be acoom accompanied acoomptnled acoompanied ¬
panied by Miss Alice Hazel and Miss MissWinslow MissWinslow Ilel IlelVIn8Iow
Winslow of New York who havo been beenin beeDIn beenin
in Washington WaablDgton as a her house guests guestsCards guestsCards guestscards
Cards have been issued by Miss Virginia VirginiaMtltor VirsinlaXiller VirginiaMifler
Mtltor for a bridge party on Wednesday WednesdayFebruary WednMdayFebrua9 WednesdayFebruary
February 2 at the club of Colonial Dames DamesMrs DamesMrs Dsm DsmMrs
Mrs George MelvlUe Boiling has sent sentout lentout sentout
out Invitations f for or a n t tea s on Monday after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon February 7 7Mrs 7Irs 7Nts
Mrs Irs Mary ary Kaufman has returned from fromBaltimore rromBaltimore fromBaltimore
Baltimore where she was the guest I1M t of ofMr orr ofMr
Mr r and Mrs Irs Elliot Stroufd and u is again againat asainAt againat
at her apartments ap rtment8 in the Lohlgb LohlgbMrs Lehcbrrs LehighMrs
Mrs rrs F J 1 Ricks has cards out for a aluncheon aluncbeon aluncheon
luncheon on February 3 in compliment to toMrs toMrs toMrs
Mrs Stonewall Stonewall Jackson JacksonMr JacksonMr JacksonMr
Mr and Mrs Ernest Mass fu have ro roturnod rotqrnoo roturned
turned from their bridal trip and are the theguests theue thegils
guests ue ts of Mrs Mass 111 parents Mr tr and andMrs nndMrs andMrs
Mrs Baer for a brief stay before going goingto goln golntD goingto
to thefr tlIefr thefuture future tutur home in Tampa Fla FlaMrs FlaIr FI FIMrs
Mrs Ir John F Blair Blairwill will receive this aft aftThe aftlernOOR arternoon
ernOOR ernOORThe ernoonThe
The reception this thisafternoon afternoon by Mrs 1rs J JEakin JEakin JEakln
Eakin Gadsby will 111 be be her last at athome atho athome
home ho except informally during Lent LentSho LentShe LentShe
She will be assisted today by Mrs frs Spar Sparrow SItarro Sparrow ¬
row ro wife 1re of Lieut Sparrow U S N NMiss NMI NMiss
Miss MI Miller Miss UH Dodge e Miss 11S8 Williams WilliamsMies WilliamsMiss WtUlamslIg
Miss lIg Gwatkins and Miss l1as Bordeker BordekerMrs DordekerlrJ BordekerMrs
Mrs lrJ George Sutherland and Miss Suth Sutherland Sutherland Sutherland ¬
erland wife and daughter of Senator SenatorSutherland SenatorSutherland SenatorSuthrIed
Sutherland will receive this this afternoon at atthe atthe atthe
the Highlands HighlandsMrs HighlandIrs HighlandsMrs
Mrs Irs George M Pullman will be at athome athome athome
home informally Informal this afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonIrs afternoonMrs
Mrs Irs Overman wife of Senator Over Overman Overman Overman ¬
man of North Carolina will receive this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon from S to 6 oclock oc1 k at tho Ho Hotel Hotel Hotel ¬
tel Cochran CochranMrs CochranIrs CochranMrs
Mrs Irs Frederick George orge forger will 111 re receive recehe recelve ¬
ceive for the last time this season at the theMendota theIendota theMendota
Mendota this afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonrs afternoonMrs
Mrs rs Shively Shtvel wifo of Senator Shively Shivelyof 5 heh hehot
of Indiana will be at home this afternoon afternoonat
at 1819 I street streetMrs strootMrs streetMrs
Mrs Michael J J Colbert will be at home homeon homeon homeon
on Tuesdays in February FabruaryMrs FebruaryMrs FebruaryMrs
Mrs Charles Thorn and Miss Ilss Frances FrancesThorn FrancesThornwlU FrancesThorn
Thorn ThornwlU will receive Informally this after afterMrs atternoon afternoon
noon noonMrs noonMrs
Mrs Thomas Mackall Owens will bo at athomo athome athome
home this afternoon for the last time timethis timet timetjds
this t l9 season seasonMrs seasonMrs seasonMrs
Mrs George Weed Wallace will be at athome athome athome
home on Wednesday Wedn eS < 1 11 February 1 1Mrs 2 2Mrs 2rs
Mrs rs E G Davis and the Misses Davis Daviswill Daviswill Daviswill
will receive Saturdays January 29 and andFebruary andFebruary andFebruary
February 5 5Mrs 5Mrs 5Mrs
Mrs Charles M r Pepper and an Miss Uss Pep Pepper P Pepper P Pper ¬
per will be at home tomorrow afternoon afternoonfor afternoonfor afternoonfor
for the last time this season seasonMrs seasonrrs seasonMrs
Mrs rrs Julius Ceasar Burroughs wife of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Burroughs of Michigan will re receive receive recelve ¬
ceive this afternoon at rnoon for the last time this thisseason thisseason thisseason
season She will be assisted asisted by b her herContinued herContlnucl herContinued
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Capt Kemper WillBeJBuried WillBeJBuriedNear Will BoBuried BoBuriedNear e ulied uliedN
Near N ear Alexandria AlexandriaMASONS Alexandria1vrASONST AlexandriaI AlexandriaMASONS
Xatlvp Snt1v aivo of Warrenton Varrcntonl Is Survived by byFive bTFITe byFive
Five Children ChildrenBecame Became Captain at atOutbreak atOutbreak atOutbreak
Outbreak of ofClvIj Civil War Aer ter Grad Graduating Gralluatlng Gradnitting ¬
uating from the tlt Lair Department Departmentof
of University of f Virginia VirginiaCapt VirginiaCapt lrglnll1Capt
Capt Kosclusko Koraper who died diedearly diedearly diedearly
early yesterday yeaterdfoLymdrnlng mdrning at his home home140S hom
1408 Girard street will be buried tomor tomorrow tomorI tomorrow tomorrw ¬
row afternoon at Roiemont Va the thehoVe thehoe
hoVe of his son Edward H Kemper Kemperauditor Kemperauditor Kemporauditor
auditor of the Southern Railway Rev J JR JH Jrt
R Sevier pastor of the Second Presby Presbyterian Prosbytt Proebyterian ¬
terian tt > rIan Church will wlllofficI willomclate officiate le The funeral funeralwill tuneMllwlll funeralwill
will be conducted with full Masonic Masonichonors Masonichonors Masonichonors
honors honorsTho honorslhl honorsThe
The lhl active pallbearers will be Dr T B BCochran nCochran BCochran
Cochran M L Dinwiddie Georgo H HEvans HEvans
I IEvans
Evans J E Shlnn Shinn Robert W V Fuller Fullerand Fullerand i iand
and Dr Roy Adams AdamsTho AdfrM AdfrMTho AdpnsThe
Tho honorary pallbearers will be Col ColArthur ColArthur ColArthur
Arthur Herbert Capt Herbert Bryant BryantJoseph Bry BryantJoseph nl nlJoseph
Joseph W V Eggleston Eggle ton of the Grand Lodge Lodgeof Lodgoot Lodgeof
of Masons of Virginia E E Downham Downhamof Donh Downhmof m mor
of Old Dominion Commandery H C CAnsley CAnsle CAnsley
Ansley Ansle Mount Vernon Chapter Royal RoyalArch RoyalArch RoyalArch
Arch Masons tI8 Col Francis L Smith SmithAlexandriaWashington SmithAlexandriaWashington SmithAlexandrIaWashlngon
AlexandriaWashington Lodge of Ma Masons Masons Masons ¬
sons A H Barbour Kempec Lodge LodgeJohn Lod LodgeJohn e eJohn
John W Johnston Bar Association W WA WA V VA
A Smoot Confederate Veterans George GeorgeWise GeorgeWise GeorgeWise
Wise and Dr Arthur Snowdea SnowdeaXative SIOwdenSnthe Sowdenative
Xative ative of IVarroiiton IVarroiitonCapt Warren nrrcllton nrrclltonCapt ton tonCapt
Capt Kemper who was a wellknown aweJlknownlawyer wellknownlawyer wellknownlawyer
lawyer former mayor corporation at atcorney attor atLorney
corney tor e and superintendent of public publicschools pu IPUlIvschool8 Uc Ucschools
schools in Alexandria was seventyfour seventyfouryears I18ventytouryears seventytouryears
years old and avnative 0 naUvo of Warronton WarrontonVa WarrontonVa WarrontonVa
Va He is survived surilved by Edward H HKemper HKemper HKomper
Kemper Kosclusko Kempar Mrs Will William WillIam Willism ¬
iam M Uhler and Miss Ifas Sallte Kemper KemperMr KemperMr KomporMr
Mr Kemper went to Alexandria in inearly InearlX InoarI
early oarI youth outh and took up educational educationalwork educationalwork educationalwork
work At tho outbreak outbrea of th the civil war warhe warhe warhe
he became captain of the heavy artillery artillerystationed artllIerystationed artillerystationed
stationed at Fort Sumter S C At the theclose theclOie theclose
close he returned to Alexandria In ISO ISOhe UOt UOtho 1Z1ho
ho began the practice Pf ctlco of law having havinggraduated ha1nggraduated hayinggraduated
graduated from the University of Vir Virginia Vlrbini Virginla ¬
ginia bini For a period of thirtytwo years yearshe yearshe yearshe
he was a practicing attorney attorneyMnyor attorneylnTor attorneyMayor
Mayor of Alexandria AlexandriaIn
In 1S74 b ha was elected clect < < l mayor of Alex Alexandria AlexandrJa Alexandria ¬
andria and two years later was defeated defeatedfor deteatedfor defeatedfor
for the office o Dee by b tho late Dr J B John Johnson JohnIOn Johnson ¬
son He was again elected eI ted to the office officeIn officeIn oflceln
In 1S7 1m for a period of two years yearsHe yearsHe yearsHe
He was chosen corporation attorney of ofAlexandria orAlexandria ofAlexandria
Alexandria and under Grover Clevelands Clevelandsfirst Cl Clevelandsfirst velandil velandilftrst
first administration 18B8I 1 1SS held a poRt position poRt1Ion po4tion ¬
tion under Gen Joseph E Johnson Johnsonroad rail railroad ranroad ¬
road commissioner commissionerH
H Ha was eleoted to the position P IIIUon of super superintendent superIntt superlntendent ¬
intendent Intt ndent of public schools sehoo in this th city cityin cityIn cityin
in 1892 IS and held that position until About Abouta
a year ar ago 8 Mr Kemper was prominent prominentto
to Masonic circles being bein past grand mas master muter mastar ¬
ter of MasOns IMOn of Virginia VirginiaNO VIrginiaNO VirginiaNO
Gather Around Festive Board of or En Engine Englnc Englue ¬
glue House HouseMembers JIousetembers houseMembers
Members JL and d f friend of Tire Bngin BnginCompany ngIn ngInCompany gln glnCompany
Company No Io H w wero ro gathered around aroundi
i a festive board boAr at the engine house last hutnight lastnight lastnight
night to partake of a big oysUr supper suppertendered suppertendered suppertendered
tendered to the men by James Ryan Jr Jrand jrand Jrand
and Bdwin Goodman GoodmanMen GoodlnanIen GoodmanMen
Men Ien prominent In business were among amongthe amongtho amongthe
the marry tribe and enjoyed the tb dftllcloug dftllclougbivalve dMlclouJbhalve deIkioublvaivb
bivalve The evening was spent eat la Itor Itorand story storyand ory oryand
and jest Capt P J Hollonan welcomed welcomedthe weleolD woosnedthe d dthe
the guests guestswith with his ever ready smite and aadthe a athe andthe
the glad lad hand and acted as asmaster tipat tipatmaster iotmaster
masterAmong masterAmong master masterAmong
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of Bricklayers and Masons held In Boston Bostonpromises Bostonpromises Bostonpromises
promises to make things lively In organ organSeed organized organIzed
ized labors ranks tonight when Brick Bricklaysrs Bricklayers Bricklayers
layers Union Unl n No 1 composed comJO ed of several severalthousand severnlthousand severalthousand
thousand members holds It Its mass meeting meetingat
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Magnan Xa han president W T T Levi vice Olce pres president president prosident ¬
ident and Thomas Carroll a member of ofthe otthe ofthe
the arbitration board of Local No No1 No1were 1 1were 1were
were discredited at Boston by reason of ofcharge ofchttrgeil ofcharges
charge made against them by members membersof
of the stone roaSbna an affiliated branch branchof brenchof branchof
of the bricklayers union who charged chargedthat chargedthat chargedthat
that the bricklayers had worked work with withnonunion withnonunion withnonunion
nonunion stone masons in Washington Washingtonand WuhlngtonIlDd
and had handled stone gotten gott n out by non nonunion nonunion nonunion ¬
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Current report has it that the Boston Bostonconvention Bostonconvention Bostonconvention
convention took drastic steps to disci discipline discIpline discipline ¬
pline the offending Washington local localand localand localand
and ordered that Messrs Slaghan LeI Levland LeIand Leviand
and Carroll be deprived of their offices officesIn officesin officesIn
In the Washington branch local localAnnouncement localAnnou localAnnouncement
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i International President W A Bowen of ofthe oftAe ofthe
the bricktaye 5 will be la the city this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and will attend the meeting to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night for tho purpose of making an of official offteiI ¬
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