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Ex Women's W We want every woman in V etc., especially arranged in our ! rare treat and you will enjoy lool Women's Tailor=made Jackets and Skirts. Tan Covert Jacket. a very swell and exclu alve styl': all grams strapped; lined with Skinnor's beat grade, g1aan teed satin. Instead of $2Z.00 d.50 our price .................. 3ackets in blue, black and tan. of All-wool Rproleys. rhtnehillas. Mountenacs. Covert, &e 81Sze 82 to 41. All lined beau itifully. Some are worth up to $17.50. We will make you happy$79 when we say ................. Women's Navy and Black Walking Skirts, finely tailored. slot seams, beautifully stitchied. Instead of ST.M0. for Tuesday $ 9 only .................... Black Cheviot Jackets; me dium weight, fly front, face d with satin 'izes 32 to 44. Ex ceilent value at............... $ Thanksgiving Linens. 100 dozen of 21-in re un en Beached Irish .amask apn kin S pecial price, per dozen ..... . 3 5 , 500 dozen of 5- Fine Quality SScotch Satin Damask 'Npkin,, ir regular prie. $ e Special price, pe r dozen...... .. . S00 dozen of 24-Inch Fine Quality Irish Satin Damask Napkins. Our regular price. $3.. r dozen.. . e. t . a. -.0 0 price. per dozen................ X . 4-Inch E xt ra Fine Quality Pltoact Irish Satin Damask. Rpg ular price 8 . yard. Special price, . .. X per yard... ... .. . . .. .. A Two Barga s i Tray S Covers. WO dozen of -ize lSa27 Ile ny' 'h X. 41 Gerinan Tray Covers. SIPe 2ill .r price................... A Size 9x27 Fine Qarlity tm tithed amak Tray Covers fwthloo fl tien work. Speciwl price. Fu ton420 to 426 Sevntst. LAR1 SWe Hlave I'lany Su?rprilsinggly Big in ParRor FPurniitt Our tw o big second floors fuil things in newv Parlor Furnitui tion in townI. You will find it absolutely in we are offering, and we have mar cut prices that to miss them wot Pretty 5-piece Parlor Suite, v finish fraines, covered in damask, ed legs. A very tempting value a A good-looking 5-piece Pal danask, with spring edges and backs: carved mahogany fin shaped legs. Very special at.... A still richer 5-piece Suite, itv damask-very shapely frames A fine Polished Mahogany 5 covered in green brocade velour. Anot matchl undler $75. Special at SA beautiful polished Mahog credl in very rich satin damask. *A magnificent 5-piece Suite, mlahogany frames with claw feet eredl in rich quality Verona plush. An exceedingly attractive 3-1 *very prettily carved and fretted b; ed iln damask. Only. .... .... . A fascinating 3-piece Suite< with richly inlaid backs and beaut holstering. Special at. .... .. . Av very fine polished Mahogai pire design, with richly carved lej *feet. In the denim. A very spec A very beautiful 3-piece Gc u tpholstered in dielicate shades of tive Hepplewhite design. Only. A 3-piece Carved Mahogany sign and workmanship-in the d A quaint Mahogany Settle, c< ?estry-a fascinatingly pretty desil at......................... Carved and Inlaid Mahogan upholstered seats covered in dam value at. .... ...... .. ....... x Handsome Mahogany Dave *rona Velour. A generous value *STUMPIi 2 631 to 639 ~ It".Just around the c Hair Goods at Hlaif Price. Iwitebes at...80-f6ormerly $5.00. Gra, Switebee. . ..64.80--formerly $6.30. Grag Switches. ...IS.00-formrly 65.00. Imperial Hair Dye, $1.25 lae's Hair Medicat. $1. Beases gray bair te matural enter'-GUARAN4TEED. Prvets falling MaIrdrespng, sbampooiog, dyeing and bleching. S. HIELLER'S, sd.31i-20dT SEVENTB UT. N.W. "BA BEK'' Malaria, Chills, Fever. --A fine tonic and appetizer for young and old. LANSBURGH & BRO. dAUsive Sale Suits, Skirt. aists and Fu rashington to come and see the display suit Department, which occupies the ent cing at the many new and beautiful cre Exquisite Waists. This Is an interesting, collection, 10 a superb variety of styles and colors. Imported Velveteen Waists, in polka dots and figures. Military effect, with large pearl buttons and fancy 49 stck "'orth"""0"'Spcal$ .9 price ......................... x-------X EXTRA! EXTRA! Pesu de Sole and Taffeta Waists In black size 32 only), white ant colors in assorted sizes:. worth from $5.00 to $7.00. Spe cial price.............. $2 .65 A full assortment of French Flannel Waists. In all sizes and colors, made in the newest styles. Prices $3.48, $3.98,$4.48 & $4.98. Pique Waists. striped, figured and white. The correct waist for fall wear. All sizes--2 to 42. $1.25, $1.68, $1.98. New Fall Plannels. Outing Flannels. 10.000 yards of Striped and Checked Outing Flannels. Good, heavy quality. Pretty styles, In pink and blue. Just the thing for kimonas. dressing sacques, children's dresses or sleeping garments. This Is the very best grade only. Also plain pink, blue, gray, red, cream and white. Per yard. .............................. .. 40-inch-wide Eiderdown. An excellent quality, In red, gray, pink, light I blue, tan, black and white: for bath roiz. dressing salnes. gowns, &e. Our 50c. quality. Special, per yard3 c Wool Twilled Flannels. AI'-wool Medicated Red Twill Flannel. A 2nc. grade. Per yard.. a 35e. Navy Blue Twill Flannel, 25C every thread pure wool. Per yard. 2 i9r. Gray Mixed Flannel. Ju.et enough cotton in it to keep it from . shrinking. Per yard.............. .. Wool Waist Flannel. 27-Inch All Pure Wool Flannel, in red, navy, light blue. pink, brown, fawn, cadet, gray, helio, black, green, old rose and iav- gry ender; for waists and children's wear. Per yard................... W2 SBURGH & Manufacturing Retailers. Values * iare. ire crowded with the most delight-. -e-by long odds the finest collec ipossible to duplicate the values f iv extra specials this week at such X tid be the greatest pity. rith carved mahogany tufted backs, and turn- A t................... $ 18.75 lor Suite, covered in puffed fronts; tufted ish frames and prettily $25.50 * :overed in good qual . Special........... $33.00 -piece Parlor Suite, A suite that you can ...........50.50 iny 5-piece Suite, cov ipecial at............ $70.50 with heavily carvedI tnd carved backs, cov Special at.. .... .... $93 .00 >iece Parlor Suite, with icks-seats upholster ........... . $17.00 I >f Art Noveau pattern, iful silk damask up ...................$38.00 3 1y 3-piece Suite of Em-A ~s terminating in claw ial value at. .. .... ..$158.50 1(1 Leaf Parlor Suite, silk damask-an effec-4 ................-$205.00 Suite of exquisite de enim. Only.........$221.00 vered in fine silk tap n and a very big value . . .. .... .. .-..-..-..-.-$33.75 yr-finish Roman Chairs, ask. Truly remarkable ... .. ... .. ..- -- $9.25 nport, covered in Ve t .............-.---...$30.75 i LNFORD, Mass. Ave. orner from 7th St.,, $ Army and Navy. Scouring Isused for cleaning purposes by Hopital. because it has superior S ats p i a lit b l utanHo is aparamount duty for the presr There is nthin like itfor cleaning Large Box. 5 cents. AUl Grocers. F-A- R-R-A=O=-U-T OLD T. MeiI- -3g RY,aart BUOMS C(IWB,. LANSBURGH & BRO. of 5, Jackets, of bewitching Suits, Waists, ire second floor. It will be a ations. Fashionable Furs. We planned more largely than ever. We bogt some of the Anent pieces the furrien bad1t offer. Then, again, we have a broad and bandsome collection of the popular-priced Siian Marten Scarfs. with tall and claws. Instead $5.00 S7.50. special at ... Sable Fox Boas, 134 yards loI -with ta tall and claws- 7 5 stead of 10.00. special at.. Extra! Extra! Black and Gray Ostrich Feather Boas, 11A rards leng. You will pay ;18.50 for the same B o Isewbere. An extra special at ......................... 10 00 Electric Seal Jacket. Nutria trimmed, collar and 17 .f5 + revers. Special for tomorrow. 4P Women's Fur Neck Scarfs, a cislly p riced for tomorrow.In~W stead of $1.98................. .. 6 . Sale of New Unings. Percallne, one yard wide, guar Y at 15c. For Tuesday's selling 8y Satinized Itaian Cloth, one of the prettiest arge line of new colorings and fast Ilack ..................................COx Fancy Waist Lining, black back, arge assortment of pretty patterns . 2%c. va.ue.......................... F Sylked Velour, the newest, prettiest and heat ress foundations yet produced. It Is like all-silk ,our In apparane erbutBwill 25c 00 per cent better. Black and olors. Per yard.................. . Genuine French Haireloth, fully shrunk; the Orreet stiffening for the new skirts. 7Inche" wide. Black and gray.3 oc. valu-at ................... A Full Beetled Moire-finished Per- I C. aline. that usua-ly sells for 25c.- c. lack only.................--- .... Bengaline Moreen; good weight nd beautiful fnish. In ba C Ine of colors and fast black. erdC 0 417 to 425 3R O. Eighth St. At DROOP'S. TheX CECRLRAN --The Perfect Piano Player. The "Cecilian's" remark able power of expressing every sentiment and feeling distinguishes it from all other piano players. It is fairly "human" in its capabilities. A cordial invitation is ex I tended you to visit our "Ce .lection will be played for you. "Cecilians" sell for $250. Droop's Mu"ac 925 Pa. Ave. N.W. Indl IependAenlt Oill Co. iIANUFACrURERS OF THE FINElBT GRADES OF LUBRICATING 0O15 AND GREASES. One Qf Washington's New Industries. WE SELL PERFECT LUBRICATION. Why you should buy our Oils and Greases: Because they contain the heat stocks, far above the average. Because the animal matter we use is &cidless and pure. Because all of our oils and greases are made from Pennsylvania crude. Because our oils have inspired complete confidence. Because they meet the engineer's requirements bet tar than any other oils. Because they are the beat all-round oils ever of fered in this or any other market. Because each gallon is worth three gallons of any other oil. Because when you buy our oils you get perfect lubrication. We handle wiping-waste in carload lots, keep all grades and can give you attractive prices and prompt delivery. We are Independent of any trust or monopoly. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: FIS AND "M" ITS. N.E. 'PHONU EABT 8Th-U. Special Sale of Wall Paper! EVER!.L small lots of odd petterna Sin the newest and richest design tgoat half former prices. Good quality Wall Paper, Sc. roll and up. al. Albert Hioughton, I2I4 FSt., """Feim**-tU -A-LAC "Rest Goods ~ ei Prices.. An Ungsual Dispty of TOET S S. Some at Spejel Prices. HE advantages of se lecting Toilet Sets from a stock comprising more than ioo differ ient patterns are plainly evi dent. Such a stock will be found here. -With this im mense assortment and prices ranging from $ to $ao, satis factory selection is simply a question of individual taste. A Few "Specials." 1 TOILET SET. heavy pink deco i ration 'with Blowera and elabo rate gold tracings, reduced from T12 to ... .... . ..... . $ .00 2 TOLTSEJ hl design.$90 Iink and white, reduced from 2 OrT*O ',*' .*"S'eii*''d'e's'u*' '6.5o a to............. n -50 2 TOILET SETS, shell design, - e gee and white, reduced m -50 ro4.. ............. $6.50 Canton China TOILET SETS.. 00 gMedallion China TOILET sLrs.$:1.50 An excellent line of TOILET SETS deco I rated w~ith flowers and gold tracings. comprising several choice patterns, new shapes........................50 mt a FLOWER DECORATED SETS aort colors $37........... CROTON SETS .............. i-to-1,51 ODD PIECES. 1 EWERS and BASINS. 2 pes....75c. up BODCABR.......S.u' L0P JARS ....................::..$1 up ~ EO' CMBR ....SBc up IOPEN CHAMBERS ..........25c. up ~1OOTH BRUSH HOLDERS .... 10c. up a, SOAP DISHES.... . .............10c. up WASH STANDS. WHITE FNAMEL .... ... . $5 up IWHITE ENAME5LED, brass trim WHITE EN''iui: 6i5i5' STANDS...........................$900 Umbrella Jars I And Jardinieres. Our stock includes an almost unlimited variety of new shapes and beautiful coloring. affording .every facility for making selections tat will harmonize with their surroundings. UMBRELLA .1 JARS, 50 varieties......... $1.50 to $10 JAIRDINARES. p-inch .........e15C up TARDNIES, 7-Inch ...........:25c. up 5A RES, Sic....0.c upI iJARtDINIERES, 0-inch.........o up JARDE-, 10-4Ing1..........$1.20 u JA%RDINIERES, 12-inch ..........$2.00 UP I Cf7YFIBER SAU41ERS tpr flower pots, all sizes, 7c. up. Imartin hco.= Successors to M..W. Beveridge, Pottery. Porcelain. dina. Glass. Silver, &e., n 215 F St. & k214 G St. it ! U flimtmm imiim 1m miUNillWt I wlimlf9 alm I IWme..muInW'WW,4 'NY7= & IKIDD. 1211 V Street. "SPECIAIL" $51 Shloes For Women. HAT superiority is appreci ated is evidenced by the great demand for our "Special" $3.50 Shoes for women. A greater shoe value has never been >ffered at the price. Made of the best and newest leathers-stylish, ;>erfect-fitting lasts. A shoe that gives the impression of having cost rnuch more.: All sizes, $3.50. The "Flat Heel" Shoes for Girls. We are showing them in a variety f choice leathers. They're very stylish, yet comfortable. For street >r evening wear. Sizes 2 to 5% I3 and $3.50. ___ BOYS' SHOES, $2, $2.50 and $3. MEN'S SHOES, $8.50, $4 and $5. Snyder & Kidd, Successors to Hoover & Snyder, 1211 F Street. 1t OPreserve as Well AS BEAUTIPFY T he Tet, thgE teh xCel Use h'a ""'~sgiventhe"bighe.d, satimfae on. Prevents de LISTER'S **A'e1ctey,""efn.hi breath. In paste or powder no7PRANK c. inKEY, frSt. "COORNW11Lt ON THE AvENU." Hundred Cof Tempti nkEdibles. Varying the 'r~~ thout detract ing from its deliciousness presents nio difficulties when- you patronize this store. Our stock of Table Lux uries is almost untinited-and every thing's the finest. 0.0. CORN WELL & SON, Wholesale an3d Retail Grocers, 14r2-1418 Penn. Avenue. nol7-m.w.t.d0) Smoot,Coffe & MeCalley 1216FSt. 'Phone725. Ladies' Tailor Made su,io -The new Tailor-made Suits for street wear are notable ex amples of the cleverest tailor ing skill in the country. Al most as many different styles I as there are suits, and each style is distinctive and exclusive with t us. ---Suits of Broadcloth, in Blue, Brown, Black, Tan and Gray, priced from $37-50 to $110. -Velvet Dress Suits in Blue, Black and Green are eminently stylish this season. ? - -Beautiful showing of Silk House Suits in Black, Blue and t Green-priced from $20 to 1 $37-50. -Many new and beautiful cre ations in House Gowns of Voile and French Veiling in Tan, Gray, Blue and White-$6o to $110. Ladies' Wraps Both Street and Carriage Wraps-all, the latest styles- I Velodr, Broadcloth and English ) Kersey-in three-quarter and full lengths-$37 to $90. -The new Black Silk Wraps are particularly attractive. All r the newest creations are here. C Ladies' Jackets -Quite an extensive line of Ladies' Jackets in Black Kerseys, Cheviots and Mon tinac - lined with r guaranteed satin. Spe- r cial value for. .. ...... . 0 -The new Monte Carlo Jack ets in Tan and Black at $20. Ladies' Waists $ -New line of Ladies' Plaid Silk (1 Waists in the MacLoud, Kil- j born and Stewart effects-ex- I tremely rich and stylish- * priced from $6.50 to $10. . -The latest in Viella (un shrinkable) Flannel Waists- I pretty stripe effects special for.............1 -Beautiful Silk Waists for evening wear priced from $6.5o to $25. New Furs. -The stock of Furs is at its t best now. All the finest furs the most stylish pieces to be 41 had are here. Smoot, Coffer& McCalley 1216 F Street. it PROF. -is a perfect health food. S Contains all the wholesome 1 s ntriment of the entire wheat , grain. Makes solid flesh and B muscle. Easily assimilated B 'oWn h,b even the weakest stomach. Very appetizing. B read 7-en a-y ti-e Prc Krafft's Bakery,e's E" CHOICE BREAD. ROLLS. CAKES, PIES. E?C. Plor Social Occasions. "Downey" t.ogoge,,tobIjrd enced.relible"coae.:& Carriages. Re....able ,ntes. K7edings and Theater *DO WNEY' Hotel for Horses, l62 L at. n.w. 'Phone Main 888. The Season's FINEST GAME. OgUther' soeprtiur kind ofgame an onb e su fobtainin it herei speimens ofQai,Duck. Pheasants, choc ualaity, ad atoet pabces Cottage Market,sra 14th st. nol7-mi,w,f,20 Absolutely Pure BORAX, 15c- lb. Box. SHE many medicinal t properties of borax make it an invaluable adjunct to the toilet. Ours contains no adulterants. Lb. box, 15c. B:'For hedche try "5AMOR." STEVENS' """" Stag-Hlangle CARVERS, 1. EE WORLD OF 800IET7 H)SEEPT ZENT3DOX OF 8BYVM WELL-NOWN TANETU.L )ebutante Teas Begin This Week Beacent Weddings and Club 3eetingw-PermonallL To very general regret, it is understoox hat Mr. and Mrs. Westinghouse. will no eturn here this winter, as it is their inten ion to go abroad again shortly, to remair ome time. They have spent the fall be ween their place in Lenox and New Yor ity, and the determination not to remah n this country this winter was reache ut a few days ago. Miss Edith Miller, daughter of Lieuter Lnt Commander and Mrs. Frederick Miller kill be presented at a tea on Wednesday. Miss Kaufman, daughter of Mr. and Mri dax Kaufman, will make her debut to norrow night at a large -reception at he oarents' home. Miss Knox is now in New York to atten he horse show, and after Christmas wil LCcompany her uncle and aunt to Hawa Lnd Japan. Miss Lillian Steiner and Mr. Norma uchs, whose engagement has been an lounced, will be at home to their friend lunday evening, November 80. Miss Lydia Loring is visiting hr cousin diSs Charlotte Latrobe in Balti:noi. A large gathering of friends wltncssee he marriage Saturday afternoon at th ,piphany Church of Miss Nanni - 1lorri nd Mr. Julius Cranford Forrest, Rev. Dr ocKim officiating. The ushers were Mr Villiam Baldwin, Mr. Joseph Thompsor dr. Alexander Hensey and Mr. SIdne: 'ercy Thompson, all of this city. Mis dary Louise Darby of Dawsonvill:. Md. ttended the bride and wore gray crepe d hine and a large white hat. The brid vore a traveling dress of dark blue cloth white hat and carried bride rose.s. Mr Villiam Peabody was best man. Invitations have been issued to the mar 'lage of Miss Lily May Payne, daughter o drs. Priscilla R. Payne, to Mr. Melvill 4onroe Merrill on Tuesday evening, No ,ember 25, 1902, at Christ Church, Wes Vashington. The Church of St. Nicholas. the nel difice of the Russian orthodox faith i iew York city, of which recent mentio: as been made as the place where the mar lage of a well-known belle and a membe f the Russian legation was to occur. wil e consecrated next Sunday. The Russia: ilshop of this country, Bishop Tikhon, I oming from the Pacific coast to officiat .t the ceremony, and nearly all the Russiar riests in the United States will be present 'he new building, the basement of whic] las been in use for several months, wa !rected at a cost of $140,000, much of th noney having been given by the czar an he holy synod of Russia. As this mar 'iage is said now as not likely to occur he first use of the church, as far as societ; tere is concerned, will be for the marriag >f Countess Cassini's guest, Mile. Des olanques. Tuesday, November 11, a pretty weddinj ccurred in Philadelphia at the home of th ride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Garber ['he contracting parties were Miss Adre; ;arber and Mr. Ernest H. Durnbaugh a his city. The bride was becomingly at ired in French muslin and carried a showe ouquet of bride roses and lilies-of the val ey. The bridesmaid, Miss Della Durn oaugh of this city, was gowned in dotte wiss and carried L, France roses. Th room was attended by the brother of th ride, Mr. Elmer Garber. Mr. and Mrs )urnbaugh will reside at 3627 Cama treet, Philadelphia, Pa., and will be a tome to their friends after the 21st of No rember. A merry gathering of young folks wa ield at the residende of Mr. and Mrs. J. B lchrp th, 635 G street southeast, Frda; vening, when a surprise party was giver heir son Cassard. Games, music and omic songs were the features of the even ng. followed by refreshments. Each gues was presented with a unique favor. Among hose present were the Misses Gladys Win er, Myrl Gilbert, Rosie McCleaves, Lilliai liker, Lelia and Julia Price, Annie Stew trt, Helen Harenberg, Bertha Toole. Mil [red Jacobs, and Masters Carroll Gilbert Prank Meade, Joseph Owens, Willian 'oole, Earl Dement, Freddie Price, Willian Perguson, Cassard and Riston Schroth, and dr. and Mrs. Denham, Mrs. Dement, Mr Lnd Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. E. Keithley, Mrs racobs and Mr. and Mrs. Schroth. Maj. and Mrs. Thomas Cruse are stopping t the Marlborough. The Iris Literary and Musical Club wa ntertained by Mrs. Wilson of 624 L sfree iortheast last Friday evening. The topil or the evening was "Ella Wheeler Wil ox." The principal talk was given by Dr urdey, and papers were read by Mrs racquess, Mr. R. F. Jones and Mr. and Mrs &illiiam Glenn. After the exercises the fol owing program was rendered: Recitation y Mr. R. F. Jones; soprano solo, by Mis; daddren; reading, by.- Mr. William B 3ragg; duet, by Mr. an~ Mrs. Glenn. In )ickens party prizes were won by Mis; daddren and Mr. Glenn. after which re i'eshments were served by the hostess. an< he club adjourned to meet at the home o irs. Jacquess, 1000 North Carolina avenul joutheast, November 28. Among the guesta Lnd niembers present were Mr. and Mrs Villiam Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen ir. and Mirs. Richard F. Jones, Miss M. L iaddren, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. anc irs. William B. Cragg, Dr. 0. A. Purdey irs. A. M. Jacquess, Mrs. A. Goodheart irs. L. Marks and Mrs. S. Mason. Mr. Harry F. Power of Gaithersburg, Md. .nd Miss Mary F. Garnett of this city wern narried Saturday evening by the Rev. M toss Fishburn at the home of the bride 847 U street. Only immediate relativel rere present. After an out-of-town tril he couple will reside at the above address Col. and Mrs. James A. Bates, with Mrs illlott Coues will leave for Nassau, N. P. lahama Islands, on the 20th, where thea nil spend the winter. Mr. Neile F. Towner, a Washingtoniaa 'raduate of the Centra-l High School of th lass of 1892, and Miss Ca,roline Cordel lautter of West- Virginia were married a he Cathedral of All Sants in Albany, N. Y. ,t noon, Tuesday, November 11. A trip tE Iavana, Cuba, somewhat out of the line 0: ridal tours, Is now being enjoyed. BOTS GIVEN A TBEAT. Witness loot Ball Game as Guzests o~ Mr. McLean. The member, of the faculty and the ,,tu lents of the Washington School for Boys with their friends, numbering about sixty witnessed the Princeton-Yale 'contest a Trinceton Saturday afternoon, as ILhe guesta f Mr. John R. McLean. The party wal aken to and from the field of battle ii ir. McLean's private carl the Ohio, and pullman palace car, over the Pennsylvanli oute, under the supervision of Mr. Georg B. Armstrong, an official of the railroad who was assisted by Mr. William F. Hart ir. McLean's personal representative. Upon the arrival &t Prineeton the Mc .ean party was taken in special convey Lnees to the grand stand of the gridiron rhere reserved seats had been arrange or the boys. Mr. McLran received thi hllowing telegram from the studens a he clos~e of the contest: "Forty boys tank Mr. Mcrean for thi applest -ay ftheir lives, -TU WASHrNGTON SCHOOL" The fcllowing students were In the party KIgai Dala Naitan. se of Mr. McLean IsrHeepan of the Washaingtoa e for Re$D0 .teem; Anummn Te*t =ata . h==SAa is aLOBED WIT BANQURT. Phi ftm Faternity Adeu. W X"et Next in Philadelphia In accordance with custom a banqe marked the closing of the eleventh general convention of the Phi Sigma Kappa Nat urday evening at the Riggs House. where the fraternity held its sessions, beginning Thursday. Dr. John Ashburton Cutter at New York city performed his last offlal duty, as president at the fraternity, by act ing as toastmaster. The toasts were: "Our Hosts," Lambda. Harry S. Reger of Washington; Southern Club, Jame& S. Murray, LL. B., of Balti more, Md.; "The Founders," Joseph Frank lin Barrett; "Maryland, My Maryland," Briscoe B. Ranson, M. D.. of Orange, N. J.; "West Virginia." Melville Davison Post. L LL. B.; "Chapter House Building." Arthur Schultz Lewis of Cornell; "The Northland." Charles Sheard of St. Lawrence University; I "Lambda Alumni," Bayard Wyman. LL. B., of Washington; "Metropolitan Phi Sig ma Kappa," Oscar R. W. Worm of New - York. At the final business session of the fra ternity, which adjourned after the close of The Star's report Saturday afternoon, it was decided that the next annual con - vention be held in Philadelphia. The mem r bers of t%e chapter of the University of Pennsylvania will act as the hosts upon that occasion. Officers for the ensuing year were also elected at that meeting. The result of te I election follows: President, Oscar Rudolf Waldemar Worm. Jr., of Columbia University; vice president, Thomas Vincent Sullivan, New York city; secretary. Ira Jason Ackerman. New York; treasurer. Frederick G. Far quhar; auditor, Charles L. Wachtcr; in ductor, Albert G. Rich. The following were elected members of the supreme court: John Ashburton Cutter, B. S.. M. D.. New Yofk; Samuel C. Thomp son, B. S.; Joseph F. Berrett. B. S.; Geol J. Vogel, B. A.; Jackson Arnold. B. A., B.; James Spicer Murray, LL. B. Two Vessels in Collision. The tug M. Mitchell Davis of this city and the gas engine steamer Petrolia of the Standard Oil Company were In collision in Baltimore harbor in the heavy fog Friday night last. The Davis was but slightly in jured in the collision, but the Petrolia had her stern damaged and after bulkhead broken. One of the Petrolia's crew had his leg hurt in the collision. Donated to Poor Fund. The Star has received $1 from a con t tributor, who signs "A Lady," which the donor asks shall be placed to the credit of "the poor fund." XARRIED. JCHNSON-CURTIN. On Wednesday, October S, 1902. at the catbedral. Baltimore. Md., by the Rev. Father O'lDonavan, JOHN A. JoRNSON and ABBIE A. CURTIN. WATERS-SAWYER. On November - 15. 1902. at the residence of the bride's grandmoilir. 8028 Dumbarton avenue, by the Rev. F. B. lowden. Mr. FRANK LUTZ WATER; and Miss CLARA EDWINA SAWYEI. No cards. * DIED. ALTRP. On Monday. November 17. 1902. at 4:45 1 a.m., FREDERICK, beloved husband of Blan dina E. Altrup (nee Lutz), aged fvrty years and three months. Funeral from his late residence, No. 1706 New Jersey avenue northwcst, on Wedncwlay, No vember 10, at 2 o'clock p.m. Relative-s and friends are respectfully invited to att,nd. 2* BERGMANN. On Saturday. November 15. 1902. at the residence of her nephew, Henry H. Berg mann, 1444 Bacon street northwest. LOUISE M. BERGMANN, aged seventy-seven years. Funeral Tuesday, November 18. at 2 o'clock. In terment private. Kindly omit flowers. 5 CARLIN. At Cbesterbrook, Va., on November 1002. at 2 a.m.. Mrs. MARY CARLIN, seventy-seven years. Funeral from St. James' Catholic Chur:h, Fals Church. Va.. Tuesday. November 18. at 10 a.m. Friends and relatives invited to attend. 1 GOSNELL On Monday. November 17, 1902, st 12:55 a.m.. at his residence. 770 11th street southeast, JERE T. GOSNELL. in the seventy firat year of his age. Services at the house Tuesday. November IA, at 8 p.m. Irterment at Baltimore tprivatel Wed nesday. November 19. at 11:15 a.m. (Baltimore papers please copy.) 0 MERRILL. Entered into rest, on Monday. No vember 17, 1902, SAMUEL FRFEMAN MER RILL, aged sixty-five years and e!ght months. 0 MURRAY. On Sunday, November 16. 1902, JANX MURRAY, aged eighty-one years. Funeral from the residence of Armatead Donaldson. Falls Church. Va.. on Tuesday. November 18, at 2 p.m. SCHWERDT. At Yonkers. N. Y.. on November 16. 1902, SARAH JANE SCHWEltlDT (nee Mc Millian), aged thirty-three years. formerly of Washington, D. C. * THOMPSON. On Monday. November 17. 1902. at Washington. D. C., CHARLES A. THOMPSON of the United States coast and geodetic survey. Announcement of funeral later. (St. Louis and New York papers please copy.) WHITE. On Sunday. November 16. 1902. at his residence. 3018 U street northwest. Col. GEORGE FAUNT LE ROY WHITE, in his seventy-fourth year. Funeral private. * In Xemorlain. BAYLOR. In loving but sad remembrance of our dear mother. FRANCES BAYLOR. who fell asleen in Jeaus ten years ago today. November 17. 1892. Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep. * BY HER CHILDREN. CANNON. In loving remembrance of my deaf wife. ALICE V. CANNON (nlee Hicks), and daughter of Mary Hicks, who died one year ago today, November 17, 1901. A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is stilled; A place Is vacant in our home That never can be filled. Loved in life, but remembered in death, BY HER HUSBAND, MOTHER AND 318. TERlS. e EIDELIN. In sad but loving remembrance of my dear wife, FLORENCE K. EDELIN. who de parted from this life four years ago today, No vember 17, 1898. Gope, but ni>t forgotten. * BY HER HUSBAND, C. W. EDELIN. KETT1NER. 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