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Store Open Even School Clothe An immense variety of Dou and pinchecked effects, navy b all-wool kersey, well tailored triple stitched seams, every garn give satisfaction. $2.75 and $3 The Stylish I We can show you 50 differ blue effects. These suits are ma< country, guaranteed well fitt Notice the great sacrifice we are ing these $3.50 values at, suit.. Youths' Long Pants Suits matter of introduction offer a c simere and navy blue cheviot, nobby finish, superb design, m: from. $6.50 and $7.oo values. Sale of Hous a00 doen of size 1Rs3d Undressed Heavy Quality Hemmed Huck Towels. l/r Special price ........... 1 , 200 dosen of size 20x40 HayQuality Hemmed Huck g ......................................12/c 50 dozen of Pure Linen Heavy Quality " Hemmed Huck Towels. Special 18Sc. pie..............100 dozen. of size 20x38 Pure Linen Ger cial price..................... New Birill You can depend on us for -for keeping the prices as low items among the new arrivals tl value giving: Oros De Swisse. The newest fashionable fabric, soft In finish, bright and lustrous. You may rely upon its strength. In all the new fall shades, including cream, white 49, and black. Per yard.............. 4 : Gros De Chamolse. A new Dress Silk. 25 Inches wide, ar anteed In weir and wash; in all98 the new sha'les. Per yard...... . Black Taffeta. 30 Inches wide; the wearing quality guaranteed; very bright and lustrous.. Usually sold at $1.25. $1 Il "?? Per yard...................... . Lansburi 420 to 426 7th St. It + Underpriced S Fall Shoes are and fast that we r shelf room for som row we shall offer excellent new Fall easiest dispense prices-for the or need the ROOM. These Special only: WOMEN'S SHOES. 200 Pairs fiue $2.50 Surpass Kid, es tension Sole patent tipped Fall Laced Boots with sensiblee Thursday only... Sole oarstu rexa- 1.0qait tu Kid Laced and But TWO BARGA mad Vici id tip Wm. HBahn'J 13 Reliable Shoe I Onywith m seientific treamen cnyu all disfiguring and humiliating LEDMOSHES Freckles, Sunburn, Tan, Liver Spots, Blotches, Moles, Warts, REMOVED NOW-STAY REMOVED. years' practi eperine No ca for consultation and book. John Hi. Woodbury D. I,., @03 1rra. coB. I Sr.. WAsImOToN. .e8-mn.w.t-28.tt DUCRO'S Eshgl Acinmeta sw r. gw seemead to. Typhi.. ?0-r47. K FoUoBAs a 00.. xmw YRK. Hair Goods at Half Price Imperial Hair Dye, $I.sg. S. HELLER'S, m.....u .. u.s rh & Bro. ings Until 6 O'cloch. s for the Boys. ble-breasted Suits, in overplalds lue cheviots and in every detail, .oo values....... lorfolk is Here. !nt styles in fancy and plain navy le by some of the best tailors in the ing and durable. making in offer-$249 .............. is our latest addition, and as a arefully selected line of fancy cas the latest cut, my styles to select$ @ At, suit......... ehold Lineins. 100 dozen 20-inch Undressed German Damask Napkins. Special price II .00 -per dozen................... 200 dozen of 20-inch Undressed Extra Quality German Napins. Spe- $j.35 cial price-per dozen......... 64-inch Full Bleached Extra Heavy- 1ua ity Irish Table Damask, in eight patterns. Special price-yard..... * 66-inch Extra Fine Quality Bleached Irish Satin Table Damask. Spe- eahe cial price........................ [iant Silks. ;ilk exclusiveness-for silk quality as possible. Here are several at will prove our supremacy in "Untearable" Guaranteed Taffetas. 20-inch Guarabteed Taffeta........ 68c. 27-inch Guaranteed Taffeta........ 75c. 8-inch Guaranteed Taffeta........ 98c. 44-inch Guaranteed Taffeta........$1.44 54-inch Guaranteed Taffeta........$1.98 Luminaux. This soft, rich material is most lustrous and beautiful; colors, light blue, pink, old rose. castor tan, brown, gray, turquoise, black, wh ite and cream. Per 75c yard .............. c th & Bro. 417 to 425 8th St. JOE=Thursday. coming in so thick tre at a loss to find e of them. Tomor a number of lots of Shoes that we can I with-at profitless ily reason that we Prices for Thursday FOR CHILDREN. 190 Pairs iass' excellent $1.50 grade Viet Kid and Box Calf Laced and But "....-_Sizes- - 11% to2 P9 r Boys Kangaroo Calf heavy4 - Thursday only. 87c. 72 Par (ds ionc Kid Spring Heel S-Well 45rhc.c INS FOR MEN. - toe Veal Caf Work ing Bhoes-that Thursday only.... CO. S Cor. 7th and K Sts.' 19 14-1916 Pa. Ave.' louses, 233 Pa. Ave. S. E. For Weddings & Theater Parties -when fine carriages and best service are required at most reasonable rates, write or 'phone DOWNEY'S Hotel for Hlorses, 6~2 L street a.w. 'Pho.e Main 555. """ SAVING. THE REAL VALUE OV A . GAS RANGE 1 They saf e an Rg. Gas Apt~ eancae candesp 1424 New York Avenue. s .sea-nee *jREMOVED! Woodward & Lothrop New York-WASHINGTON-Paris. " - Carefully Thought=Out Plans Regarding goods, prices and service are being daily 1ried into effect throughout the store, with the result that we are able to serve the pub lic at all times reasonably, rapidly, efficiently. The a4tion of the new building, which is now nearing completion, has made it necessary to re move some departments to new locations and thereby affording us much needed room and better facilities for the proper display of several lines of merchandise. The Shoe Department is now permanently located on third floor, Tenth street side. Women's Muslin Underwear, Corset and Infants' Departments have been moved to third floor, and, in connection with Women's, Misses', Girls' and Boys' Ready-to-wear Outer Garments, will eventually occupy the entire third floor of the present and new building. Other changes and betterments will be made from now on, and you will be duly advised thereof. Wedding Stationery. Our Engraving Department is splendidly equipped for executing promptly and in a most satisfactory manner orders for October Weddings. Invitations engraved on modish paper, in the latest and most ap propriate forms. Also Wedding Announcements, At Home, Reception and Visiting Cards. Also Monograms, Address and Coats of Arms Dies. As we are growing busier every day in this department, we would suggest the placing of orders with as little delay as possible. Samples with estimate will be furnished on request. Engraving Dept.-First floor. New Paris Lingerie And Wedding Trousseaux. We are pleased to announce to intending purchasers of Bridal Trousseaux that we are receiving our fall import orders of hand-made Paris Lingerie, and would suggest to those desiring these exclusive crea tions the advisability of early selection. We Are Also Showing New Models in French Corsets. The latest improved forms of the Parame and the,'Sapphire, and special attention is called to the "Lily of France" Corset, which is made - of embroidered batiste, fancy broche and plain coutiCin tie latest model, which laces in front and has the dip hip. Also showing this corset with straight front and short hip. We are also showing the latest French "Skirt" Corset. Also dainty Girdle Corsets of handsome ribbons, and Bust Sup porters. New location. Third floor, Eleventh it. - Special Sale of Flannelette and Eiderdown Women's Hosiery. Dressing Sacgues. 50 dozen Hose, lisle thread and (New Location-Third Floor.) - cottan, some fleece-lined, black and . colors, offered at about half price. They represent a manufacturer's delightfully comfortable for wear in clear-up of stock, and are in every the room or about the house on cool way desirable. mornings. The new styles are in 25c. a pair. and they are particularly bright and Usually 35c. and 50c. attractive this season. And they are Also ioo dozen very inexpensive. o- Women's Jersey Ribbed Vests and Outing Flannel Kimona Dre.sing Saeques, yoke Drawers-drawers with French or back and front-blue and ink striped ef ofects, with plain borders. Each.........S . o- straight bands. Eiderdown tight back, -~~ -, ~ loose front, crochet e e.Ec.......7 C 25c. a garment. EdronDesn aqe,tgtbc oU S First floor,. ____ rn,cla on ih stn lihddw SNew Fall Ec...............$ Decorative Linens nsevswtcrcted, $io (Stamped and Unstamped.) Ledw rsi5aus olrtimdwt Our Art Needlework Department vle;fsee i~fos ah....17 ~is now showing new designs in irdDesnv~n;Pdwnfot ~Stamped and Unstamped Center wt rg.Ec....... 25 Pieces, Serviettes, Doylies, Tea EiedwDrsngacusboddonfnt SCloths, Scarfs, Tray Covers, etc., ~i;bl lee;fsee ihfos 32 aloShirt Waist designs. Wels mention a few specials:Thdflo,EentS. 4Launry eBag of Art Tikirn, with te word white, blue or green. Each............... Ar5Pcurs yard square, in red, blue, gren and white. dec...g..................tch5r.ehPictune Fietyeo FirTapstr Plowr. s n hrigore-cc Theign. Each... Ba......-Beari Adngiwigs S ein Eac achsin rc ena oo Teisay Isanderflnaid Mac mcatcer,ing varess-di t etrt.Alth aetsb es odd anvnquesigs abor ibecaueitislgh runningo hay maeraly fomanged; i Each.vc es,e thes floo r. d manyt.tyeseofpfames,is ifoddoandantveletreatments,manesshow The Drophea L . BalBering adtecleto sawoei r Machwinegi Machine tBuicto tdgrent$hthrtoap Is yonderfull aid in akingchmess-poce.Teeaepcue ut Desuningneaily Reand; svsPalral monybainse itots onlyssaking, autumnemilliudy,,Dormitory,s fc. thesinmte graby, cotdoo Texrcise W ar nt4c ed o raphyo, alhgle ous, pabl toret whato wamn speing, atahnallwee dits,~tergl sz The Dr cso-hoe W n &n.ewin wlboohrks,iide syeso Malchins fo .Bu the a i8o modn,ti- ~i~lth ees f givest hints atwol set atormens. fet,fond~mket re thecontinutonof"TeAp.gyo any stylaoflfrej77pioc. Thear Octbers'c We aveapy.Fash-Fator Do n ere for teas'i.onteres%hoghyeip ~ Contans poits onDressma ing Sacquh hedkt"ern hn autum milinery dirction for ewu Location-Thir Ftoeuor dresingthebab, oudoo exrcie rty for enin ames and for hilren newides i yrg-dati htfll comfortable ti e.i rapy, ngl noks,tabe tile chthe omfor abt thd ie sercol whatwomn ae ding halowenmons.o piThene syes a refolows and is cutoms nots onnew ooks theyG ho ar pariulaly igt fands quette hints,ttwo short stories and they are thektcontinuationeofa "ThenAsocogy,oyok ferticweh plonebrder. Ech....... Sc Fashei'o"n","atac*og"edg Cht.a.*.s ac,. 75c copy.erdTDreHandys equealtguei ef Stadad Pttrns5caEcpyF ht an onaln -roe ei ~ ionSheesrfre torthe skid. a eM1adowmta fr"o't.""shD.mdetmedge, finedtwi $r-5 Woelvet; fasee#wt ros ah..... I7 THE WORLD OF 800IET7 mNTATIONS OUT POR TEE EI IOTT-EEXON WEDDING. Rome Comings After Summer Plea uris-A 'Eus Bide-Interesting Personal Notes. Mr. and Mrs. Solon C. Kemon have issue invitations for the marriage of their daugt ter Marie Louise to Mr. Arthur James E llott, Wednesday evening, October 8. a 7:30 o'clock, North Presbyterian Churcl The future home of the couple will be 18 St. Mark's avenue, Brooklyn. A 'bus ride and dance was given Mor day evening, at which a merry time wa spent. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. 1 Speck, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Stansbury, M1 and Mrs. J. Stansbury, Mr. and Mrs. Jai Stanebury, Mr. and Mrs. G. Clubb. Mr. an Mrs. T. Clubb, Mr. and Mrs. R. Harris, th Misses L. Skidmore, N. Withers, G. Dewes L. Starr, M. Fenton, C. Clubb, I. Bailey an Jeannette Gibbons and Messrs. C. Sterns, J Cook, William Clubb, D. Stansbury, C Goldsmith, K. Pumphry, R. Pumphry, C Pumphry, J. Williams, George Clubb, Wn Weitzel and many others. Mrs. W. P. Tltcomb and her niece, Mis Ashby, have teturned to their home, 223 Q street, after a prolonged stay in Vermon Boston and New York city. Mrs. John C. Rau, who was ill for flv weeks at the Atlantic City Hospital. havin undergone an operation for appendicitii has returned to the city and is stoppin with her mother, Mrs. John W. Stahl, 13i C street southwest. Miss Lucia K. Williams, daughter c Capt. Wm. N. Williams, U. S. A., retirei and who is on her way to Pratt Institute New York, is at present visiting Mri Emma Reba Bailey at the Colonial. Mis Williams Is from Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Francis Egan wi remain at Atlantic City until October 4. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kaiser and famil and Mrs. M. L. Moulton. who spent th summer at Washington Grove, Md., hav returned to their city home. Mrs. J. Jolly Jones of Des Moines, Iowa is visiting her sister; Mrs. Morgan Shez wood, of No. 3 New York avenue. Dr. C. A. Davis has returned to the cit from Bailey Island, Me. Mrs. Davis wil extend her vacation for ten days longei visiting relatives in Newton, Mass. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Yarrow have returne to their city residence after a sojourn I Canada during the summer. Dr. Exner and mother have moved 1: their new residence, 2628 University Placi Columbia Heights, and will be glad to se their friends. Miss Arabella Frazer Wall, daughter c Mrs. Elizabeth Wall and the late Alle: Wall, and Mr. Charles Taylor Carter wer married on the evening of September 22'b: the Rev. Wm. J. Hutcheson of the West minster Presbyterian Church. The brid and groom are both of this city, the latte being an official of the 'ennsylvania rail road. The ceremony was. performed at th home of the bride, 1228 14th street north west, in the presence of relatives and a fel intimate friends. The bride, who was give: away by her brother, Mr. Joseph S. Wal was beautifully gowned in white chiffoi and lace. Her cousin, Miss Florence F Stiles. was her maid of honor. The wed ding was followed by a reception attendee by many friends from this city and fror out of town. Among the latter were Mi and Mrs. J. Sutton Wall of Harrisburg, Pat Mr. and Mrs. Carter will spend their honey moon in the north, visiting on their returi New York and Atlantic City. Mrs. W. H. Watts of Pittsburg, Pa., I visiting Miss Elizabeth Watts of 1701 Nort Capitol street. Postmaster General and Mrs. Payne ar expected in Milwaukee October 15 for th wedding of Mr. Wingfield Henry Cameror a nephew of, the former. The bride-elec is Miss Julia Greer of Louisville, Ky., an4 the ceremony is to take place at the resa dence of Mr. and Mrs. Kemper. A recep tion will follow. Ex-Governor John Lee Carroll, his daugh ter, Mrs. Robbins, and sons, Royal Phelp Carroll and Charles Carroll and wife, sallew for Europe today. Mrs. Nicholas L. Anderson is the gues of her daughter, Mrs. Philip H. McMillan in Detroit. Miss Emma Cole of Anacostia and Mr George Grinder of this city were marriei last evening at 7:30 o'clock at the residenc of the groom on C street southwest in th, presence of a small gathering of relative: and friends. The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. C. Meador, pastor of the Fiftl Baptist Church. The attendants were Mis Lillian Bradley, as bridesmaid, and Mr Adam Grinder, as groomsman. After the ceremony the newly married couple held reception. They will reside for the presen on C street southwest. REPORTS EA. Meeting of Supervising Principals o: Public Schools. A meeting of the supervising principals o: the public schools of the District of Co. lumbia was held at the Franklin Schoo building last night, when reports were rea showing that the attendance is large, an that in the northeast section the schoo buildings are already crowded, partly owing to the fact that the new building at Trini, dad is not yet finished. A large increase is also noted in the suburban schools. The increase in attendance in other parts of the city is not unusual, excepting as re gards the McKinley and Armstrong Man ual Training 8chools. These schools havy sufficient shop accommodation for all th< pupils, but ase lacking in class room space It is thought that Congress will have t< make some immediate provision for the en largement of the McKinley building, as the enrollment there is greatly in excess of the estimates made last year. It will be severa weeks before the exact number of pupill enrolled in the schools can be obtained, al pupils will enter-up to the middle of Octo bar. The high schools of the District show th. following enrollments, respectively: Central--First year, boys, 82; girls, 144 total, 206. Second year, boys, 37; girls, 90 total, 127. Third year, boys, 22; girls, 79: total, 101. Fourth year, boys, 21: girls, 69 total, 90. Total for school, 524. Eastern-First year, boys, 21; girls, 71 total, 92. Second year, boys, 19: girls, 56; total, 75. Third year, boys 8; girls, 58; to tal, 61. Fourth year, boys,'. ; girls, 30; to tal, 53. Total for school, 281. Western-First year. boys, 26; girls, 57 total, 831. Second year, boys, 21; girls, 81 total, 52. Third year, boys, 23; girls, 87 total, 60. Fourth year, boys, 16; girls, 25 total, 41. Total for school, 236. Business-First year, boys, 123; girls, 245 total, 868. Second year, boys, 97; girls, 137 total, 284. Total for school, 687. M street (oolored)-First year, boys, 54 girls, 126; total. 160. Second year, boys, 24 girls, 108; total, 132. Third year, beys, 39 girls, 97; total, 186. Fourth year, boys; 18 girls, 88; total, 106. Total for school, 534. A Large Catch of Boek 1ish. A few days ago Mr. Robert Jennings, re siding near Pratt's Point 'in Stafford coun ty, Va., was fishing with a small haul seing in Potomnac creek near Ocooquan and the net' entangled within its meshes a large school of rock fish. When the fish wer< landed about a ton in weiht were flund in the catch. Both bas4 an rock fish hay bee- particularly numerous in- Potessa - eeek duriug the past ten days. A SaLe Of 1,000 Prs. Women's Elegant $3.50 Fall Style For This Week Only. We took all the manufacturer bad -about 1,000 pairs-and our fortunate ppnnrehase goes to you at a saving of just $1.01 a pair. Remember they are the smartest style Black Box Calf Iace Boot ' see anywbere this fall-and haethe new Derby toe. No ruhbers are required with this boot except in extreme weather. They are genuine hand-sewed welt. with the new medium toe and heel, and worth every cent$2.49 of $3.50 per palir.$4 Yours while they lat Special Sale of Women's $4 Guaranteed Patent Leather Lace Boots, Di! o o A beautiful and symmetrical Dress Patent Leather Shoe for the well dressed woman-latest models-and made to sell as a regular $4 guar anteed patent leather csale at......... $2.98 Bath Scuffs for M e n a n d W o m e n , Cc' s 9 Crocker'os, Shoes Shined Free. 939 Pa. Ave. it Tt's Just as Easy To Cure a Headache -as it is to get one, provided you use the right remedy. 'ZAMOR" cures headache from any cause almost instantly. It's absolutely harmless. E7"S. & S. CORN CURE," 15e. bottle. STEVENS' PHARMACY se24-w.f.m,28 HATS FOR MEN. Frequently men purchase hat, tha:t ar entirely inappropriate to their build. This is probably through no fault of their own. The dealer does not have thbe right proportioned hat to suit him, and sells him "any old shape." This cannot hap. pen if you purchase your hat at E. H. Stinemets & Son's. 1287 Pa. ave. They carry in etock all the different proportions made in $8, $4 end $5 hat,. The fa.shionble shapte, worn by exclusive trade, ar, guaranteed, and cierks competenet to advise you what to wear. STINEMETZ& SON, HATTERS AND FURRIERS, 1.237 PA. AVE. se24-w,f,m-28 Store closed at 6 p.m.; Saturdays at 9 p.m. The "Swellest" Pall Derbys and Soft Hats. ~,SHOWING of Fall Hats that are absolutely correct in style-elegant in appearance -thor oughly reliable in quality, and last, but not least, highly desir able from a price standpoint. Our Line of $3 Hats -salg addin o our fame amon Wash eate COACHINa" HAT is our ex clusive shape. Ask to see it. .Joseph Auerbach, Men's Outfitter and Hatter, 623 Penna. Avenue. jyS5-m.w..8m.56 Commercial Photographers. We make photographs et the interior and exerior at griate resideuces; also, of groupe and ergsnia ticas. Pine submaitted e.appiain Woodward & Harris, WAUDI~1oJ r PO? UilDIG. Best for the Teeth. LISTER'S Oeua -i nw m. *-UUTBB- DENT!FECB." -Ii - - - .k-a t e . au D entirice, ay. N i... a d . -w .. tish..es h .i Euag. TEE T EVER B'CEDID. But TWO Desths From Typhoid the Past Week. There were but two deaths from typhoid fever In the city last week. a much lower number than was reported during the oor. responding period a year ago. According to the weekly report issued by the health of fice today and covering the seven days end ed 8aturday last, there were 385 cases of typhoid still under treatment. This num ber has been reduced by recoveries during the past few days, and the records today show only 875 cases. The weekly report of health conditions in the District follows: "There were 102 deaths in the District during the week ended on Saturday lgst, In the preceding week they numbered 106, an . In the corresponding week of last year 114L 9 The death -rate last week was 16.1 per thousand, and in the previous week 18.6, and last year 21.6. Of the recent decedents 61 were white, giving a death rate of 15.1. and 41 colored, death rate 23.8. Comparee s with the last report mortality from diseases . of the brain fell from 19 to 8, from dtar rhoeal affections from 10 to 7. Deaths among children under five years old fell from 87,to 32. and among those under i year of Age from 29 to 25. There were 2 e fatal cases of typhoid fever and 2 of whoop ing cought. By violence there were e deaths. Of these 2 were suicidal, I being by gunshot and the other by staby In the - neck. Of the four aeoidental deaths, 1 was from burns, 1 by illuminating gas, and 2 from falls. "The births reported numbered 78, of which 45 were white and 33 colored; male% 38, and females, 40. s "The cases of typhoid fever carried for 7 ward from the former week were 380.- Dur ing the week 60 cases were reported and 64 were discharged, leaving 385 cases under medical care. e "Of scarlet fever there were 9 cases tI g quarantine at the end of last report. One i, new case was reported and 1 was dis g charged, leaving 9 cases with warning cards 2 in 6 premises. "There were 7 cases of diphtheria in quar antine by the last report. Three new cases f having developed and 8 having been dis I, charged, 7 cases remained under treatment ,, at the end of the week in 6 premises. "Of smallpox there were 3 cases in the a hospital at the beginning of the week. Dur ing the week I new case occurred and none having been discharged, 4 remained In the Ll hospital. "The mean weather conditions prevalent during the week were temperature of the atmosphere, 00 degrees; relative humidity, e 83, and barometer, 30.10. There was only e a trace of precipitation of water; winds northeast, averaging four miles per hour'. The maximum of the thermometer was 74 degrees on the 20th, and the minimum, 48 degrees on the 13th." DIED. BENTZ. On Tuesday. September 28, 1902, at 11 ENTm., Mrs. KA'tHERI,E BENTZ, mother r. Minnie Osborne, Mrs. Kate Hoybergey and Mrs. B. G. Major, aged eighty-eight yeary Funeral private, from her daughter's residence, I Hamline street between 17th and 18th street!. Brookland S. C. Interment at Rock Cre* cemetery Thursday, September 25, at 2 p.m. COX. On Wednesday, September 24, 1902, SUSAI I GANTI, widow of Henry Newton Cox, for. merly of Wilton. Westmoreland county, Va. e and daughter of the late Wm. Worthington o& Washington, D. C. Funeral from her late residence, 1660 81st street, on Frida7 afternoon, September 26, at ha f after 8 o clock. nCROSS. On Tuesday. September 23, 1902. afte e a long and painful illness, SARAH, belovad V wife of Andrew Cross, in the sixty-frst yeas - of her age. e Jesus. while our hearts are bleeding r O'er the spoils that death has won, We would at this solemn meeting Calmly say Thy will be done. Though cast down we're not forsaken, 'T Though afflicted not alone; V Thou didst give and Thou hast taken, a Blessed Lord, Thy will be done. Funeral from her late residence, 206 L street 1 southeast. Thursday, September 25, at 2:30 o'clock n.m. Relatives and friends respeetfull Invited to attend. 1 HOPKINS. On Tuesday, September 23. 1902, at 1 1:80 p.m., JASON R. HOPKINS, aged e four years and eleven days. Funeral from 617 10th street northeast Thureday, September 25, at 8 p.m. Interment privati. Maine papers please copy.) e LEO. On Tuesday, September 28, 1902, CATHERe I beloved daughter of Thomas and the lat: I Funeral from her late residence, 807 8d stpe southeast, on Friday, September 26, at 8 a.m.; thence to St. Peter s Church at 9 a.m. where a high mass of requiem will be ofered for the repose of her soul. Interment at M Olivet cemetery. Relatives and friends are 9 spectfully invited to attend. t NOVELLE. At the residence of his son-in-law 1. E, Besson. 1329 14th street northwest, at lt e a.m. September 28, 1902, JOHN NOVEI.T, - aged seventy-eight. - Services at above residence this evening. Intetr ment at Newark. N. J. O'CONNOR. On Tuesday. September 28, 1902, at 4 a.m., JNO. F., beloved son of Catherine and s the late Jno. O'Connor. I Funeral from his late residence, 14 Y street north. east, Friday morning, September 26, at 8:0 thence to St. Aloysius Church where requles mass fo the repose of his soul will be said at t 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. s' POWELL. At Haven, Maine. of arterial scleros on Tuesda, Se tember 23, 1902, Major JOHN WELEY PL, director of the bureau g4 American ethnology. Notice of obsequie. hereafter. REEV!E. At her residence, m0 E street nrb west. September 28, 1902, LOCKIE W I REEVES, sister of Mrs. (Oorlinne R. StrickaI aged flfty-one years. g Funeral Thursday, September 25, at 1:30 Friends ad relatives invited. Interment vate. (Tennessee papers please copy.) a L SULLIVAN. Departed this life on Sunday, SO t tember 21, 1902, at 6:30 o'clock a.m., N%. S LIVAN., aged forty years. May his soul rest in peace. BY HIS MOTHER AND SISTERS. Funeral from Mt. Olive Church, 6th street be' tween L and M northeast, at 10 o'clock Thuage day morning, September 25. WILLIAMS. At 11:06 p.m. September 28, 1806 LETHIA. wife of Lake Williams. Funeral from her late residence, 810 Geora ave nue southeast, Thursday, September 2, ati1 p.m. In MenOZ'ia2B. I PAGE. In sad bnt lovin remembrance of my de I mother. BA RAH PAGE, who uddenrsl5 away one year ago today, September 2, 1901. One year ago today in the early morn Mother left us and went with the angels to dwelR, Oh. how I miss her, no one can tell, Home is so dreary since mother has gons. Not dead, only gone before, JOSEPH (JAWLER, 1782-1784 PA. AVE, N.W. uel0-8m Telephone main 181. FREY BROS. 1814HST. N.W. 'Phoe Main 1060. se28-m4 J. . Tabler & Bro., 71-8,?4 IIth n.w. Te*''"'""" R.PF.HARVEY'S iOI FUNERAL DIRECTORS AlqD EMRAYMuit6, .Strictly ?rat-elaass,1a Formerly IModerate prices. o id U28 Pa. cie. n,w. fchapel. 'Ph... Main USs. Now 1325 14th St. N.W. seS4m.14 JOtHN R. LOWE, 31UCR TO R3. W. DARKER, Funeral Director and Practical Em.mhg, gig 11th t, n.w. Telephone al, Main 1997. s-Ut.O J. WIL.L.AM LEE, Funeral Directer and m.h.1ner. Livery in esmoectien. Cmmmma chapel and modern eremateriums. Modestpue. 322 Penneylvania ave. n.w. Telephonecal IS eaStf-4 E. 11. Boteler, m8 PA. AVE. 3.3. 'PHONE. ee1-Si.4 ~J.T. CLEMENTS, UNET aKEE AED EmALMER.. 45 ye rine 113 25mnw. TeL. West 7V5 W. R. Speare, WM. Na SCOT Sa O.