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Is a better Piano than the KNABE of
1T837, embodying, as it does, every
practical improvement taught by
more than sixty=ffive years off unin =
terrupted, successful experience in
the art off piano manufacture.
The KNABE of sixty-five years
ago was the best piano made in
America.
The KNABE of today occupies
the same position.
Sole representatives of the won=
derfful PianoDa and Aeolian.
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==done under the most
modern==most sanitary
==most satisfactory
conditions imaginable.
There is an air of cleanliness about this brand new, up
to-date laundry plant that conveys the impression of immacu
late, fine work.
-This impression is invariably sustained by the work we
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? Send us your laundry bundle regularly and you will al
ways have
?spotlessly clean linen with the in
inimitable Tollman "Domestic55 Finish
and fctAnti=3wear$5 Buttonholes in
collars and cuffffs=
Your name and address on a postal card or a request by
'phone will receive prompt attention.
The Tollman Lauindry5
Cor. <6tlh and C Sts. 6B7 East. |
ABSOLUTELY SMOKELESS COAL.
I AX ABSOLUTELY FtJllL FOR I
f. THE GENERATION OF STEAM, EITHER HIGH OR i
S LOW PRESSURE BOILERS. . ?
? ^My experts will demonstrate the method of firing."0 if:
SMOKELESS COAL
& 2ist and I n.w., 1206 H n.w., 45 G n.e.
& 'Phones Main 380, 307, 460, East 641. ^
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ft is,
ii-j <t^~">-r1 excellent soap for the toilet and
-S "VTaTI hath. Made of i>uro. freah olive
f- IK/il *'" <'"i'tuliis no i><-rfunii-? or coe- y
>* .11 metlcs. ONI.V 5o. and 10c. cake. ^
C7"DER.MATI\E" cares "chap- ?
^ peiJ" skiu. Only 25c. bottle. $5
| The W. S. Thompson f
I Pharmacy, 703 15th st. ?
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Wiedow
Screens,
Screen
Doors,
John B. Espey, [I0a1^V?re
Ave.
Uihm-IM
lift. BI>AKE'<5 Li~ i.iMPPE TABLETS
Arc Guarai-i*td to Cure La Grippe
and that cotd In your head. 23 ceota.
AFtXECK'S DRUG STORE. 1429 I1*, ava.
BEE Ol'U WINDOW DlSl'LAY.
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To be np to date you should have your
horse clothed 1n the new spring style
Concord Harness. The new creations are
mister-pieces In barnessinaking. (jlail to
show you the new things.
Lutz & Co., 497 Fa. Ave.
HARNESS.:
mh21 20d
EKPEBflT
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WAira
Open or closed-case
Watch Crystals, 10c.
Mainsprings, very
tiest guaranteed?75c.
Expert in Swiss and
English Watche*.
Clocks Called for and Delivered.
Telephone 028-4.
Jewelry Repairing at Lowest Price*.
Eyeglasses repaired while yon wait at most rea
sonable prices.
A. KAHN, 935 F N.W.
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For the best floor
stains. We aak only
85c. qt.
Geo. E. CorbettvSZ'nM-a.
mh21-10d
Furniture Factory, Htb and B. Storage Warehouse, 22d and M.
Mattress and Couch Factory. 452 Pa. are.
A Combination
of Beds, Springs and Mattresses,
There's more than the mere desire to offer a t^rgain in
this sale. First it's an advertisement for our department of
Metal Beds?a department where everything that is wanted in
Enamel and All-brass Beds is shown?perhaps more plenti
fully than at any other house in this section. Then it'j an ad
vertisement for that factory where we make Mattresses and
weave the wire and build the springs we sell.
It's an illustration in figures of what's usual for such goods
and what we can sell for.
, Worth.
White and Bras* Bed $3.50
Woven Wire Spring 2.A0
Special Cotton-top Mattress 8.00
?Special,
. Worth.
w hite and Brass Bed |6 25
Woven Wire Spring 3.00
Best Cotton-top Mattress 4.00
- - $!3.25?SpecsaI,
Worth.
White and Bras* Bed |7.0i>
Woven Wire Spring 3.00
Pure Cotton Mattress 6.00
$16.50?Special,
$6o75
$9,95
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White and RrasK Bed fO.OO
Woven Wire Spring 3.60
Short Hair .Mattress 8.00
Total
$20.50?Special,
Worth.
Brn?s atid White Bed $12.50
Woven Wire .Spring 4.00
Felt Mattress h.OO
$24.50?=Special,
$118*4?
Worth.
Brow and White Bed $15.00
Woven Wire Spring 4.0O
All-hair Mattress 1200
Total
$31.00?Special,
W. B. MOSES & SONS, F ST., COR. 11TH.
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Every day brings us a new shipment of Pianos for our spring
stock; there are a few of the 1901 models left, which will be sold
at somewhat below their regular value; we have made a number of
important exchanges lately and these instruments are offered at as
tonishingly low prices. Every piano fully warranted.
:New 1901 HodeBs,
$450 Upright "Gabler"?handsome mahog
any case, beautiful tone. Contains
nil "<Sal>Ier" patents <?> ^ S /fk
-known as * T ' e ?([J)
Terms, $ln cash and $10 per month.
$4.r><? Upright "<Jabler"?Colonial
San Domingo mah< - ^
any; full tone?rich
design;
?s $360
sympathetic in quality.
Terms, $1J cash and $10 per month.
$500 Upright, "A. B. Chase"?known as
the McKinley style?as the tirst one
was especially con
structed for our late
I'resldent. This style
is now discontinued...
Terms, $2o cash and $10 per month.
? $371
$350 Upright "Iliintlngton"?American burl
walnut case. This instrument is sold
t>y all Stelnway dealers
and has also I'ader
t-wakl's Indorsement.
Lust one
Tenus, $10 cash and $C per month.
$260
$375 Upright "Sterling-one of the most
durable of medium-priced pianos.
This instrument Is beau
tlful In every partic
ular
Terms. $10 cash and $7 per month.
$450 Upright "Crown"- the many toned
piano. The "Crown" holds ??a en
viable reputation among g- ^
high grade pianos: uotb
lug more durable made. ^ -
Terms, $10 cash and $10 per mouth.
IS
$400 Upright "Brambach"?superb quarter
ed oak case; rich, full
tone and superior ac
tion. Last one In stock
Terms, $10 cash and $7 per month.
Ipero quarter
$250
Excflnainiges,
7 1-3-octave Upright Ebony "Stelnway A
_Sons," almost as good as new, and
far better than u new piano of
a n y other make.
Original cost, $050
cash
$400
Terms, $25 cash and $lo per month.
7 1-3 oclnve Upright "WM. KX.ABE &
CO.." rosewood case;
was an expensive
piano originally. Sold
for cash, only
("No exchanges.)
$260
7 1-3-octave Upright "W. W. KIMBALL,
handsome mahogany
case; i-annot be dis
tinguished from a new ^
one
Terms, $10 cash and $7 per month.
$26!
l-3-octave Upright 'TOOLE," walnut
case, swell Hides?a very superior tone
and action; will last a
lifetime. Regular
price, new, $475
Terms, $10 cash and $8 per month.
7 1-3-octave Upright "Crown"?the many
toned IMano; has been
used only 5 months;
as good as a new one.
Terms, $10 cash and $8 per month.
1-3-octave Upright "Richardson," hand
some walnut case;
has been used 7
months only, and
equal to new
Terms, $10 cash and $5 per month.
$180 E
THE "GEO Li AN"
A practical demonstration of its wonderful qualities will con- X
vince you in a moment that it is superior to any player now be- ?;
fore the public. Several Angelus and Pianolas have lately been
taken in part payment on Cecilians and are offered at less than "
wholesale cost.
Iff You Want a NEW Player
We Will Give You Your Choice of
4 44 Am gel us" at = *? = = ?= = ?* $fl(0)<0) each 4
11 ANGELUS ORCHESTRAL at = = - = $1175 ?
11 PIANOLA (slightly used) and 25 rolls Music, $1125
2 New "Symphony" Organs (slightly shop worm),
$1150 each.
Terms, $S<0) Cash and $10 per
I Droop's Music House,jj
925 Pemna. Ave. j
Steinway and Other Leading Pianos. 3
-I..!..; 1 I 1 ?I"!"!"! J-H-b M-M-M-I-fr
Mann's Capital City
Lawn Grass Seed
?The best Graaa feed there la. Makes
lawns like velvet. Just the right time to
plant it now.
?Headquarters for
?Lawn Fertilisers,
?harden Seed,
?Flower Seed,
?Bulba of all klnda.
?P.ilan ira&Co.'07 7th 8t
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GRAND NATIONAL PBIZB OF
10,800 FRANCS AT PARIS.
QUBNA=LA1R0CHE
When overworked, the "nerves become unstrung,
and a weakened condition of the body la the result;
then the energies are relaxed and attacka of Cold,
Stomach Troubles. Typhoid and Malarial Fevera
follow.
Qulna-Laroche fives strength to the nervea and
muscles, aids digestion, purifies and enrlcbea the
blood and bullda np the enUre system.
PARIS: 22 HUE DROUOT.
New York: E. FOUGEUA * CO., 30 N. William 8t.
wiii wt-ao
E=Z Tablets,^
..i'Z,, . physician told me to try
? i. _!l ?' *' ^ found them of
I?' benefit In several obstinate cases of
constipation. Indigestion and dyspepsia. I
bought a 5-cent package, and felt better In
a day; was soon greatly relieved. I have
for yeara been subject to besdache, my
bowela would only mora every two or three
daya, until 1 began taking "E-Z" Tableta
and yon d-in't know what a relief to be en
tirely free from these. I '
^ Miss J. A. DE1TZ.
817 N. Fulton are., Balto., Md.
12 LITTLE CnoC0LATE-C0ATED TAB
LETS. 5 CENTS.
100 TABLETS. 28c., laat alz months.
<A%1ruggiat.)
6DAEANitE-lf not relieved or
cured by sis S cent packages or one 25-cent
package of E-Z Tablets your money re
mhe-tf.30
That Easter Qowo
?which has been occupying your attention of
if- TJ V to your grace and beanty.
Wear it here and have ua make yonr Photos.
tT" Remember our "special" price on "Prlm
rose Mounts?ONLY |4 dosen?regular price,
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STALEE'S,
ARTISTIC PHOTOS.
1107 F STREET.
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longings?In clean, dry and well-lighted
aiwrtmeuts?Insuring protection not only 5
from Are, but also from DAMPNESS?for |l
Pianos. Pictures and most delicate ar- *
tides.
Moving, Packing and Shipping
?to all points. Expert packers. Padded
rans.
LOWEST RATSS consistent with abso
lute safety and best service.
STORAGE CO.
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BANKING HOUSE. 1414 F St. n.w.
OFFICERS:
EDWARD J. STELLWAGEN President
JAMES O. PAYNE 1st Vice President
GEORGE E. HAMILTON..2d V. President
Attorney and Trust Officer
GEORGE E. FLEMING Secretary
CHARLES S. BRADLEY Treasurer
DIRECTORS:
| Arthur D. Addison, Walter S. Harhan.
i|i Danl-1 B. Clarke, Rudolph KautTmann,
j? Joseph H. Cmnford. Jamea B. Lamtile,
1: Michael J. Colbert, Frederick B. Mt-Gulre, |:
jl George W. Cissel, Theodore J. Mayer, I,
111 J. Maury Dove, J. Nota McOlll,
f! Robert B. Donaldson. William II. McKoew,
:iLynu O. De Lashmutt, Jatues G. Payne,
I Geo. T. Dunlop, Francis A. Richardson,
I: Bernard R. Green, Edward J. Stellwugen,
ft George Gibson, John H. Small, Jr.,
! George E. Hamilton, B. Francis Saul.
! Charles G. Thorn,
l! mh22-s.tu.tb.60
.in-- lUi-i'tr n rtiiMH;. : > muu-: ?
Established 1802.
EASTER
GIFT
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T will give us great pleasure,
whether a purchase is made or
not, to show to all who visit
our store the many beautiful
and rare things we have gathered to
gether for the Easter season.
GALT & BIRO.,
Jewellers, Silversmiths & Stationers,
1107 Penn. Avenue.
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j CORRECT |
| Scalp Treautmerrtl
0,5>r1 COURSE of Intelligent scalp treat
-S "YiaII "le"t will work wonders In Im
SX Ml proving scant, stringy hair. The &
fSi jll "Hattle M. Shacklclte method" (5
*-~~S v has never failed to demonstrate fi|
$ "s effectiveness, even In the most
obstinate cases of falling hair, w
baldness or dandniff. Jj|
g It^'Two valuable hair helps?"HERB
HAIR SALVE" & "HERB IIA1R TONIC."
$
a
^ SPECIALIST FOR THE SKIN AND HAIR $|
|604 I itb
(r7"Ouly women and children treated. Ten '??
years' practice iu Washington.'Phone 2200-5.
Why Endure Baldness?
'???r proof that baldness Ik curable, gentlemen
should consult Mrs. Barnes. Washington Svgs
Bank bids.. cor. 12th and G sts. Hundreds of
local cases treated successfully. Hattle M. Shaek
letles preparations used. Treatment approved by
Miss Sinnklette. mh22-s,tu,th,42
HE Spirit of God" and other books,
by Rev. G. Campbell Morgan, "The
Modern Mission Century," by Pier
son, $1.50 net.
Sunday School publications of
ALL denominations at lowest
prices. EASTER CARDS and NOV
ELTIES.
Co Co PURSELL, 418 pth St.
NEW BOOKS. STATIONERY AND ENOBAVING.
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QJR SPRING :
IMPORTATIONS:
# ?of SLIP COVERS are com- ?
t ing in?and those who desire the
? newest patterns in these beauti
? ful stuffs are invited to make an ?
early inspection. ?
# tyREPAIRING FINE FURNITURE and ?
# ItECOVEUIN<* Furniture in any desired ma- J
# teriafc is a specialty of this house. LOWEST I
FlUCKS consistent with tinest work.
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jWurdemaira Co.,:
: 6io 12th st. ?
^ ^mh22^<.^iMh,30^ + 1
-=Fash lonabfle gowns
for spring wear.
?The ladies' tailoring work we are doing is
winn.ng much favor with Washington's fash
lonable dressers. Every garment is designed
in the most artistic manner and is faultless
In fit and finish. Superb selection of lmport
ed fabrics.
Louis Foer,irsa^sZfor
mhl-lm.U
I Natyrii :
i Curatives j
?are always preferable to medl- ?
cine. The strongest proof of ?
their merit Is afforded by the ?
fact that their use has never ?
been abandoned, while the thco- ?
rles of medicine change con- ?
?innously. CHASE CITY *
"CHI.ORIDE CALCIUM" Wa- *
ter Is recommended by the
leaders of the medical profes- *
sion as a BLOOD PURIFIER ?
and NERVE TONIC. It has an ?
established sale all over the *
country. ?
1 (T7At leading dealers. Including ?
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Mineral
Waters.
HENRY EVANS,
I RP/TAuf miVGGlhr. 922-24 F St.
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t Charming Display of Spring ?
lAillineriJ
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* ?Exquisite Imported Hats and beautiful styles *
? of our own creation?a becoming effect for .
? every style of beauty. A complete line of '
? l'hipps & Atchison's Tailor-made Hats. too.
# ?All the latest Imported and Domestic
4 Ruches. They're beauties! ?
?Mrs. C. Stiefoe!, 111113 Q St.*
? mh22-s.tn.th.20 *
6o CENTS A POUND.
50c. when the war tax comes
off for a tea unsurpassed in fine,
delicate flavor and beautiful
color.
BURCHELL'S,
"SPRING LEAF" TEA,
1325 F ST.
Mrs. Showalter's Luncheon
in Mrs. Knox's Honor.
EASTER WEEK EVENTS
COUNTESS CASSINI'S NOVEL EN
TERTAINMENT.
Lowly Heads and High. Ones, but
All Famous?Other Recent
Parties?N otes.
Mrs. Showalter, wife of Representati\ e
Showalter. gave a beautiful luncheon today
In honor of Mrs. Knox, wife of the Attor
ney General. To meet Mrs Knox there
were present Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Harlan, Mrs.
Oullinger, Mrs. Quarles, Mrs. Miles, Mrs.
Bv.rnham, Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Dolliver. Mrs.
Wadsworth, Mrs. Grosvenor, Mrs. Tillman,
Mrs. Bristol, Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Anderson,
Mrs. Hickling, Mrs. Richardson. Mrs. Sib
ley, Mrs. Tulloch, Mrs. Jack. Mrs. McDow
ell, Mrs. Deebles, Mrs. Graham and Miss
Dolliver.
The Easter week program will be Inter
esting. The weddings noon and evening
will be numerous in the middle of the
week, while teas, great and small, and din
ners likewise have been arranged by the
score. Among the evening events Mr. and
Mrs. Wynne's reception for the Gridiron
Club will take place. The Home for In
curables' ball and the Newsboys' Home en
tertainment on Easter Tuesday evening and
Thursday afternoon, respectively, are eager
ly anticipated.
Mrs. Herbert Shipman of West Point Is
at the Arlington with her mother, Mrs.
Edson Bradley of New York, who gave a
luncheon yesterday in her honor. The
guests were Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Frederick
| Dent Grant, Mrs. Reamey. Mrs. Maus, Miss
Root, Mifss Sheridan, Miss Anita Poor,
Miss Merrltt, Miss Ely and Miss Bigelow.
Mrs. H. Matthew Gault gave a luncheon
today at her home. Walbrook. Md., in honor
of Miss Mary Chatman of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield Taylor entertained
General and Mrs. Nelson A. Miles. Admiral
and Mrs. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. MacVeagh,
Mrs. Robeson, Mrs. Schall, Mr. and Mrs. de
' Koven. Representative Foss and Mr.
Mitchell at dinner last night.
Countess Cassini's twentieth birthday and
fancy headdress party last night has added
[ one more jolly event to the season's record
of affairs planned on uncommon lines. First
was the dinner, when those seated at table
with the Russian ambassador and his
daughter were the Persian minister. Gen
eral Isaac Khan, Mr. and Mrs. Cracken
thorpe. Mr. and Mrs. de Margerie, Miss
Audrey Pauncefote, the Misses Warder,
Miss Merriam, Miss Robeson. Miss May,
Miss McCauley. Miss Morehead. the guest
of Mrs. Schall; Miss de Smirnoff, Count
Quadt, Baron Kap-Herr, Baron von Ritter,
Count de la Gherardesea. Mr. Del Viso. Mr.
Winthrop, Mr. Berry, M. Zelenoy and M.
Rogestvensky.
A hundred others came into the reception
later which was sort of a grand parade of
the fancy dressed heads, a danceless ball
or a very gay romp for men and women,
young and old, who enjoy each other's so
ciety constantly. Washington and Jeffer
son heads and others that were once high
on the fame lists of older lands were the
models selected by the men. while the wo
men had all the eras, countries and famous
portraits after which to beautify them
selves. The usual evening dress was worn
by both men and women, though in many
instances an accumulation of jewels on the
part of the latter, an added frill, etc., was
an appropriate accompaniment for the
fancy head dress. Countess Cassini made
a charming Francesca da Rimini, with
strings of pearls in her hair, which was ar
ranged in two long braids. From her tiara
of diamonds and pearls fell her silver gauze
veil. ,1
Among the guests at the reception were
the ambassador of France, the ambassador
of Germany, the minister of Belgium and
Baroness Moncheur, Baron KnoV"l, the
minister of the Netherlands to China, who
i is the guest of Barun Gevere; Count von
! Montgel.vs, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Thoron.Rep
resentative and Mrs. Olmsted, Mr. Riano,
General and Mrs. Corbin. the Misses Wal
lach, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald de Koven,
Miss Wetmore, Mr. and Mrs.William Schall,
' Captain and Mme. Vlgnal, Mr. and Mrs.
i Chatfield-Taylor. Charles Richardson, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth. Miss Glover,
Col. and Mrs. Kitson, Arthur S. Raikes, H.
C. Norman. Percy Wyndham and A. E.
Humphrey3-Owen of the British embassy,
the Misses Patten, the Misses Horstmann
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Townsend.
| Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Robinson, jr., have
returned to New York after their White
House visit.
Mrs. Levi P. Morton spent several days in
this city this week and is now at Tuxedo
over Sunday with a house party.
Miss Ruby E. Thonssen, accompanied by
her brother William, left last night for
Limestone College, Gaffney. S. C.. where
she will spend the Easter holidays with her
sister, who is one of the faculty.
The Japanese minister and Mrs. Takahlra
gave an elegant dinner last night, when
I the table was decorated with American
beauty roses, and the guests were the am
I bassador of Mexico and Mrs. de Azplroz,
i the ambassador of Italy and Mrs. Mayor
des Planches, the minister of Switzerland,
the minister of Belgium and Baroness Mon
cheur. the assistant secretary of state and
Mrs. Hill, Col. and Mrs. Kitson, Capt. and
Mrs. Vlgnal. Lieutenant Commander and
Mrs. von Rebeur-Paschwitz, Baron and
Baroness Fersen. Mrs. de Perez, daughter
of the ambassador of Mexico; Mr. Komatz
anc1 Mr. Hanihara, secretaries of the Japan
ese legation.
Mr. and Mrs.W.PIerce Ferguson, the latter
formerly Miss Mayme Mann, whose marriage
took place last month, .held a reception,
which was largely attended. Wednesday
evening at their residence, 1014 8th street.
Mrs. Ferguson was assisted by Miss Nettie
Ferguson and Miss Annie Burch.
A masquerade ball was given last even
ing at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn
ton Jett. Among the guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Jett,
Mrs. F. E. Cook, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Knott,
Mrs. J. B. Norris. Mrs. B. Kelleter, the
Misses Hattie Stein. Minnie Whyte. Sadie
Milier. Lillle Callahan, Rhoda Russell, Nel
lie Quirk, Lillie Smith, Gertrude Rupertus.
Bertha Payne, Hanna Scheppach, Helen
Sayer, Bertha Perkins, Blanch Smith, Mae
Preston, Laura Mohler. Beulah Broome.
Etta Knott. Grade Jett, Ida Reckeweg. and
Messrs. Burton Jackson, Thomas R. Gibson,
Maurice Saflleld, A. J. Gay, jr., Harry Pres
tcn, W. M. Fennell, Charles. Beyler, Harry
B. Moss, George Duehring. H. L. Harris,
Charles S. Flynn, Raymond Hall. Charles
E. Carrlere,. Sellman Cook, Louis Loeffler,
George Preston, Lawrence Mayer, Brooke
Perkins, George Smith. Dillon Sheiry, F. J.
Kozel, George Luckel, Mr. Peyton, Mr. Car
ter and L. Conner.
Miss Olivia Wilson of 300 7th street south
west will leave Washington Sunday morn
ing for an indefinite stay at East Port, to
visit her sister and friends.
Mrs. William Merrick gave a progressive
euchre party last Thursday evening in hon
or of her daughter, Grace. Prizes were won
by Miss Helen Hallen, Miss Alverda An
drews, Mr. William Granger and Mr. Geo.
Gaswell. A supper was served. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Merrick, Grace
"Merrick. Louise Hartmann, Helen Hollen,
Alverda Andrew, Minnie and Katie Ham
ersley, Oarrle Huntington and Grace Wil
liams, the Messrs. William Granger, George
Gasnell. Charlie Williams, Howard Whit
ney, Harry Brown, Frank Smith, Harry
Tabler and Charlie Martin.
Mrs. Ellen Seifert. formerly Miss Vockey.
and Mrs. Carl Bersch. will receive at 1138
12th street, Tuesday, from 3 to 8.
Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth entertained yes
terday at a tea for her guest, Mrs. Harris.
This evening In the Naval
Chapel. Annapolis, Miss KloJ^"5?r, t| 2'
daughter of Capt. Thomas Nelson, U. S.
N., retired, of this city, and Ensign Walter
Benjamin Tardy. U. S. N.. will be married
by the Rev. H. H. Clark, chaplain at the
Naval Academy. Owing to the prominence
of the parties the wedding Is creating a
great deal of Interest, especially In naval
circles. Fifteen hundred persons have been
Invited, lnclndlng almost every prominent
naval official In the country and the first,
second and third classes of naval cadets
now at the academy. The chapel only
holds about 700 persons, and for tbat rea
son only their acquaintances in the fourth
or plebe class were invited, otherwise the
class would have received an Invitation as
a whole. The br'.dal party will in
clude exactly eighty-one person*. The
best man will be Ensign Charles P.
Nelson, a brother of the bride and a class
mate of Ensign Tardy. The maid of honor
will be Miss Gibson, daughter of Admiral
and Mrs. \V. C. Gibson of Washington.
The six groomsmen will be Lleuts. R. Z.
Johnson. J. W. Owen, J. M. Luby, 11. C.
Mustln. Pope Washington and J. H. Hold
en. all naval officers. Besides the six
bridesmaids, twenty-live navy girls, twelve
ushers, naval cadets of the first class; a
guard of honor composed of twenty-five
cadets of the different classes, a little flow
er girl and a ring bearer will be in attend
ance.
After the ceremony a reception In honor
of the couple will be given in the Chase
House, one of the historic dwellings of An
napolis. which was built and first owned
by Samuel Chase, a Maryland signer of the
Declaration of Independence.
Mrs. S. S. Adams of No. 1 Dupont circle
gave a tea yesterday in honor of Mrs W il
liam Ralston Crabbe of Pittsburg.
Mrs. Quaiffe wl'.l give a luncheon Tues
day next in honor of Mrs. William Ralston
Crabbe of Pittsburg.
The Cosmopolitan Crocono Club of Wash
ington met at the residence of Miss E<lna
Nalley, ">23 .'Id street. Friday evening, many
young folks being present. After the game
dancing was indulged in and refreshments
served. The prise winners were: Miss
Lucy Thomas and Mr. Fred llance.
Mrs. Theodore Birney was entertained In
Philadelphia yesterday at a luncheon of
twenty-six covers by Mrs. Frederic Schoff.
the newly-elected president of the National
Congress of Mothers.
The Rosette Euchre Club held a pleasant
meeting at the residence of Mrs. Wm.
Deckmar Tuesday afternoon. The first
prize was awarded to Mrs. H. T. Smith;
second, Mrs. Walter Allensworth: third,
Mrs. Abernethv; consolation. Mrs. William
Walker. Among those participating were
Mrs. Geo. O. Burke, Mrs. Wm. Deckman,
Mrs. Abernothy, Mrs. Walter Allensworth.
Mrs. Chas. Bauman. Mrs. Wm. Walker,
Mrs. Wm. Oschenreiter. Mrs. H. T. Smith.
Mrs. James Parker, Mrs. C. C. Archibald,
(Continued on Eighth Page )
Mr. A. J. ROWLING. Elvira. Ky.. writes: "Mr
father says that Jayne's Expectorant saved my
life when 1 was a baby. an<l 1 regard It an TIIR
REST REMEDY IN THE WORLD for all diseases
of the Throat an<l Lungs."
MARRIED.
JOHNSON?THOMPSON. On Saturday. March 15.
1902. at the parsonage, l>y the Rev. F. J. I'ret
tyman. GEORGE E. JOHNSON of Washington,
I>. C., and MAE I. THOMPSON of Montgomery
county, Md. ?
DIED.
AGER. On Thursday, March 20. 1002. at C:jM
i) in . after a leng illness. at his residence. Hit
R northwest. Rl'FCS S. AGER. husband ?f
Emma Ager (nee Strengi. son of Jane E. anu
Joseph li. Ager. aged thirty six years
Funeral from Ri-ek Creek Chai<el on Sunday Maicti
23. at 2 o'clock p.m. Friends are invited to
attend.
AMRl'sn. At her residence In Garfield. I) ?' .
March It*. 1902. at 2:30 p.m., LA Fit A, bejoved
wife of Audrew and mother of Reuben Ambush.
Funeral from Zion Wesley Church. D
tween 2d and ?d southwest, Sunday, March ?
at 2 o'clock p.m.
BARNES. On Friday. March 21. 19o2. at
ii m RORERT C.. only beloved child of ? iaytou
and Cora E. Barnes. aged one year and eleven
months. .
Funeral from his grandfather's residence. Rohett
F Pi>ore H5.V5 Valley street. Georgetown, II, ..
on Monday. March 24 at ?.* o'clock a.m. Inter
ment at oak Hill cemetery.
DOl'GLAS. On Thursday. March 20. 1002. at 11 :l->
O'clock. MARY M. IMICGLAS. * ldow of the
late Robert J. Douglas, in the seventy fifth ?>.ir
Funerid* Siimlay, March 2.1. at 3 p.m.. fr-mher
late residence. No. 1533 14th street northwest
FOLEY. On March 20. 1002. EDWARD E. FOi.KV.
beloved husband of Ida Renitzel l-oley. at bia
residence. 3&o4 M street.
One from us has gone.
A voice we loved is stilled,
A place Is vacant In out midst
Which never can be filled
RY HIS WIFE AND DAK.HIhR
Funeral at 9 o'clock from Trinity Church. Monday
morning Interment in Oak Hill cemetery.
Relatives and friends invited to attend.
GATES. In Providence Hospital March 21 1WO,
at tt p.m., RICHARD R. GATES, aged sUtj
Funeral 'from his late residence. ,B1? ?th street
southeast, thence to St. Peter 8 Church at^?
a.m., Monday, March 24.
HOLMES. Departed this life Thursday. March
2o 1002. at her residence, on Sheridan aveliu .
HOLMES. the Se/wl* o^M.Jo^Uolmes,
Funeral' /wra'RetVehlim Baptist Church. Hillsdale.
Sunday, March 23. 10u2, at 3 p.m.
KERR. On Thursday, March 20, 1002. at 1;2<>
p.m.. MARGARET KERB, aged seventy three
FuneraPfrom her late residence. 803C street.so'ith
west, Monday, March 24. at 9, ?' l,lofl1!. "
Requiem high mass at St. Domiulc a Church.
Kludly omit flowers. *
LAYTON. At Garfield Hospl<h^otCs'TIa 1 -
March 20. 1002. WILLIAM
TOX, formerly of Albany, N. Y?, agea J
FunereT on'Sunday. March 23, st 3 oVlockf.^.
from Barker's undertaking rooms, No. 612 li
St northwest. (Albany papers please copy.)
uiriMF<s On March 20. 1002, at his residence.
fnvitJd. Interment private. .Baltimore P-^rs
please copy.)
^1 *20^" 1902? ^at **10 ^ha*m!'.f*A MlERTSON
ltlLEY."daughter of James and Alice Jackson,
after a short Illness.
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled,
A place Is vacant In
Which never can be tilled.
Funeral will take place from Zion Baptist Churc
on Sunday at 1 o'clock p.m.
<jfiit'l7 The remains of RORERT F. "CHI\J*
will be taken from the vault at Mount Olivet
cemetery and laid to rest on Monday. March
24, 1902, at 3:30 p.m. (weather permitting).
THOMPSON On Thursday. March 20, ltK?2. at S
TH"clock P.m at his residence. 74l7thstreet
? v. aa* uftpr a itinif and painful illnt^R,
wS II., i>eloved husband of Frances A.
Thompson, aged tifty-one years. .. _
Funeral from his House vL' Friends
Interment at Fairfax Couit tious , m
and relatives Invited.
Slcklln.
ttALSH. On ? ^h Edmund
Walsh, the "e^enty seventh year of her
Funeral from her late ^ or," at s*:30 a m.
northwest. nie^ ay. Mar.n -.g Ht U
Requiem mass at St. aiojbiu. #
o'clock.
WHITLOW. On ^"w^ ^d^e^U^'t'lVrc"
o'clock a.m.. vsiUNGTON. beloved hus
as .
Notice of funeral heieafUr.
In Memoriam.
BOLAND. 'n. her-V'j AMES^M^'bOLAND* who'en
tered into' rest twenty-one years ago today,
March 22, 1881. Anniversary mass at 8t. Aloy
sius Cb?r<h at T o'clock.
Sllei.tly the shades of evening
Gather round our lonely doo*.
Kilentlv thev bring befoie ua
A aweet face of a devoted brother
We burled twenty-one years ago today.
BY HIS LOVING SI8TER8.
? MARY A. KRAFT AND SADIE C. BOLAND.
CAMPBELL. In loving but sad remembr^ o*
my devoted hu.band ALEX
BELL, who departed this life one .
day. March ?.1001L ^^mbered.
Loved in life. In death w,rI!l
00!iN,th?
. BVil^^rVfs.i^KAANDF^RENCK.
HARTIG. ln,rJ?HA^TU?^?ee*Weberf. who oled
tomorrow. March 23. 1807.
^Tlme flies, but never will It
T&^sSiy
. by h^k^kd SIST?^ and'broth ers. .

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