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Funiture actory. 14th and 3. Storage Warebem. 22 am I. Mattrs and Gouch Factory, 1210-12 D S. Odd Lots of Portieres At Very Substantial Reductions.I Making a quick clearance of all the odd lots of Portieres- =mostly one to four pairs of a kind -and practically every color and shade you can need. There isn't another occasion in the course. of trading that makes prices on regular stock so low. Several hundred pairs to sell, but they won't be long selling when there's so little asked in exchange for them. ALL DIFFERENT SHADES OF 23 DIFFERENT STYLES AND GREEN. SHADES OF RED PORTIERS. WERE. NOW. - WERE. NOW. I pair........... $9.oo $6.oo I pair........... $9.oo $6.oo I pair........... $8.oo $5.50 1 pair........... $9.oo $6.90 I pair........... $6.5a $5-oo 3 pairs .......... $4.50 $3-75 I pair........... $9.50 $7.25 - p I pair..........$11.oo $8.75 1 pair........... $7.00 $5-50 ---.. 7 $.00 pair........... $7.5o $5.75 I pair ........... $9.50 $6.50 I pair ...........$5s.00 $4.00 3Y2 pairs........ $4.50 $3-50 1 pair........... $8.oo $5.oo I pair........... $7.00 $5-50 ipair........... $7.50 $5.00 I pair........... $8.00 $5.50 1 pair........... $7.50 $4.25 I pair........... $4.50 $3-50 4% pairs........ $6.5o $3-75 * pair.......... $6.oo $4.00 2 pairs. ....... $5.00 $3.50 I pair........... $5.00 $395 1 pair....... $5-50 $390 . pair........... $3.25 $2.75 p 2 pairs.........$15-00 $7.00 4 pairs......... $6.oo $4.59 I pair .......... $5.50 $4-00 2 pairs.......... $5.oo .$395 I pair........... $5.00 $4.00 2 pairs..........$18.oo $12.50 I pair...........$15.oo $9-00 4 pairs.......... $6.5o $3-75 * x pair.......... .$8.oo $6.OO I pair.......... $12.50 $7.50 i pair........... $6.oo $4.00 1 pair........... $8.oo $5-00 3 pairs.......... $6.5o $3.75 1 pair.......... $12.00 $7.00 2 pairs.'........ $5.50 $4.50 1 pair...........$12.50 $9.00 2 pairs.......... $6.5o $4-75 1 pair...........$11-50 $9.00 2 pairs..........$12.50 $9-00 3 pairs..........$1500 $11.50 2 pairs.......... $7.75 $6.oo SOME OF THE ROSE SHADE FOR 4 pairs.......... $5.00 $3.25 TIERES. 2 pairs.......... $6.oo $4-75 WERE. NOW. 131 pairs........ $7.50 $5-50 BAGDAD AND ORIENTAL EF- 2 pairs---- -----$ 7 $55o FECTS. 2pis.. 77 5 WERE. NOW. 2 pairs...... ..--$5.oo $3.90 I pair.... ...... $12.75 $6.00 1 pair......... .$i.5o $8.9o I pair........... $4-50 $3.00 1 pair........... $3.25 $2.75 I pair........... $4.50 $3-50 1 pair........... $9.50 $7-00 3Y2 pairs........ $6.oo $4.75 1 pair.........$10.oo $7.oo I pair........... $6.50 $5-00 1 pair...........$11.oo $7.00 I pair.... ...... $8.5o $6.oo 2 pairs....... $7.oo $5.25 1 pair ........... $9.00 $7.25 i pair...... ..... $7.75 $5.5o 2 pairs..........$15.00 $8.oo 2 pairs..... . .. $5.5o $4.25 I pair........... $6.o0 $4.50 I pair.......... $4.oo $3.00 I pair ...... ... $3.25 $2.75 2 pairs.......... $8.oo $5-75 I pair........... $6.75 $5.50 2 pairs.......... $9.oo $6.00 I pair.......... .$6.50 $4.50 2%11 pairs....... $5.oo $2-75 I pair........... $7.75 $5.50 1 pair........... $9.00 $5.90 BLUE PORTIERES. 2 pairs .... ..... $6.75 $5.50 WERE. NOW. I pair.. .. .... $7.00 $5.50 t 1 pair...........$18.oo $12.50 4 pairs.......... $5.5o $4.00 I pair.... ...... .$6.5o $3-75 2 pairs.......... $6.50 $4-75 r pair.......... $5.00 $3.90 1 pair-....... $3-75 $2-50 0 I pair........... $450 $3.25 1 pair .... . . .. $5-50 $4.56.2 I pair.......... $6.oo $4.25 1 pair...... .. ..$ii.oo $8.oo . A Rug sale that prices first quality rugs about 11/ less than usual. A Furniture sale that reduces furni ture as much as 50%. W. B. Moses & Sons, F St., Cor. I Ith. ANTh RACITE ANTI-IRACITE Owing to the impossibility of securing sufficient SuPlies of Reading coal to meet the present demands of our trade we have contracted with individual operators for 5.000 tons of Mammouth Vein Lehigh coal, in furnace, egg, Stove and chestnut sizes, which we offer to our patrons and THE PUBLIC GENERALLY AT $12.00 PER TON FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. J. FAURY DOYVEGCO INCORPORATED, Main Office, 12th and F Sts. N. W. BRANCHES:. 21st and I N.W. 205 7th S.W. i26 1H N.W 45 G N.E. 1602 4th .W.1st and M N.E. FURS That ~Bos Fashion Approves. C. P R LL' URsneho Fur. for the New Year is rpeewith everything that 489J t Star InsOX tios of whieh Is invited. oi, Js-nth 1 the tideag' proits.W d ng i s aks Fur Co., T -mE iND DELR NFURS UXCIgygy. - l re iLaeetb jaG-tu~th.u,28 sWRD!GGFS 5 Teeth That it .. oei~ t smi - isaaeiehi eths., Inistem, s ess. bal est eaistep i A' r N WB OOS TTOEY N GAI COLONIAL WINE CO. Headt.,en for Quaity Wet ..d.. Your Favorite W ~.0O WRSS9 Cordials and Liquors for Receptions, Banquets, Sup per Parties, etc.-drinkables of the highest grade and quality at a big saving over the ordinary retailers' prices. Largest and most intelli gently selected stock of wet goods in Washington. Prompt attention to mail or 'phone (2188) orders. California Santerne-delicious favor '-50c. bottle. 5.0cape. Rosedale Sauternes (Rosedale vineyard, Cal.) -at e. bottle. $6.50 case. Rant Sauternes CIL F. Piccard at Cie, Bodeu) 4c, bottle. $0.50 case. Haut Sauterne (Brandenburg des, Bor deaux) -$1 quart. $1 0.5case Imported Rhine Wines (Hocbsehi d & Co.) Caiona-b$7 case. CalforiaSheryand Pott Wines $1.50, $2 and $2.75 gallon. -25c., 35c., 5c. and 75c. bottle. Imported Sherry and Fort Wines .50, $4, $5 and $0 gallon. -$1 and $1.50 bottle. American Champagnes-Great Western, Gold Yeal. Hommel's White Star and Cook's. Keortl -$1.25 quart. ,275C. pint. Moet & Chandon White Seal C 'ampagne -26 t,$81 cage. $1.40 pt., $83 came. InH Mm's (Extra Dry) Champagn -26qt,$81 case. $1.40 pt '~3esee. Cor m. d Mente, Cocoa, iolette, Vanla i etc. 4$1 bottle. California Claret (Zinfandel), for Punch -25c. bottle. $1 gallon. Your Favorite Whiskeys. Silver Wedding, 8-year-old Maryland y Whiskey, smooth, mellow and f t ful bouquet -1 quart. $8.50 gallon. Keyport Whkey Squart. $2.7 gallo * FORMERLY KYOTS Her. 9th and D Sts. 'Phone Main 2188 ail order. t-e p p promptly delive -Weather -a foot--any -quantity--delivered -Sat yoiur residence free. John B. pey, HOd AISTELBEG'S.093 Pa. ave ja-d Proper glasses revent the eyes rom rowing worse -unsuitable glasses aggravate their troubles. Have Dr. Hood exam ine your eyes and fit the proper glasses to H remedy their defects. Dr. A. L. HOOD, CASTELBERG'S. 935 Pa. Ave. Sewing Machines u R1UDUC1EDO RAEoppotunity to secure sightly se ~ ~'SAN17RD ROTARY SUTE SEWING MACINdS at BARGAIN PRICS-a chance that will not permit p es hese machines have been out on rental fo nya ahort time and all are In FIRST-CLAs onditons. Standard Sewing Machine Co., 602 9th St., Stj H. osk. Ma 'Phone 1407. ja6-tu,thfs728 Soft and clear; perhansr chappn; Co27p7th iot. sa.1 Hadlinehed a Century vege cotrat thhie roghedingc tins our sod wfies, both in etent ainthe vretov esm pigs shead and nequaesp clersund whien heleion. STATROERS EstablisdaCntur Aene. THE WORLD Pr OIETY MB 200BVmrvJB ZM-TANT AFTERNOGICAT O0M' Last Night's Dinners Events on Today"a Calendar Mrs. Roosevelt's reeption yesterday-one of the largest she ha'shhelI.gave pleasure to hundreds. The White Hodibe was bright ly lighted, and quantites of flowers added attractions nothing elp replace. The new terrace entrance was act, and gave unbounded satisfaction9 The eption room for the diplomatic corpi in the basement, a space formerly occupied as the boiler room, directly beneath the blue room, was also in use as It was on New Year day. It is bright and comfortable. The visitors yesterday approached ' Mrs. Roosevelt through the east and green rooms, Col. Bingham standing at her right near the blue room door. Mrs. Knox, Mrs. Bingham, Mrs. Cowles, Mrs. Cortelyou, Mrs. Rixey, Mrs. Loeb, Mrs. -Barnes, Miss Hitchcock, Miss Louise Jones and Miss Knox were in the re.ceiving party. At the table in the dining room Miss Roosevelt presided at the punch bowl and Miss Hagner poured tea. A section of the Marine Band played, in the hall, and all the officers present were In uniform. The guests invited were: The minister of Sweden and Norway. the min ister of Guatemala, the minister of Den mark, the minister of Ecuador and Senora de Carbo, the Minister. Qf Haiti and Mme. Leger, the Minister of Brazil and Mme. de Assis-Brasil, the Minister of Costa Rica and Senora de Calvo, the minister of Nicaragua, the Netherlands minister, the Minister of Japan and Mme. Takabira, the Minister of Peru and Senora de Alvarez Calderon, the minister of Persia, the minister of Korea, the Argentine Minister and Senora de Garcia Merou, the Minister of Belgium and Baroness Moncheur, the minister of Slam, the Minister of Chile and Senora de Walker Martinez, the minister of Portugal, the Min ister of Cuba and Senora de Quesada, the minister of Spain; the Minister of Salvador and Senora de Lopez, the minister of Turkey, the Charge d'Affaires of France and Mme. de Margerie, the charge d'affaires of Venezuela, the charge d'affaires of Uru guay, the Charge d'Affaires of Bolivia and Senora de Zalles, the charge d'affAires of Switzerland, the charge d'affaires of China, the Charge d'Affaires of Colombia and Senora de Harran. Senator and Mrs. Al drich, Senator and Mrs. Alger, Representa tive and Mrs. Ernest F. Acheson,. Represen tative Robert Adams, Jr., Representative and Mrs. William C. Adamson, Representa tive and Mrs. De Alva S. Alexander, Repre sentative Amos L. Allen, Miss Allen, Rep resentative Henry D. Allen, Representative Henry H. Aplin, Miss Aplin, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Abert, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Addison, Mr. A. C. Addison, Mr. and, Mrs. Milton E. Aliles, Gen. and Mrs. Ainsworth, Mrs. John J. Almy, Miss Almy, Mrs. Nicho las Anderson, Col. and Mrs. George L. An drews, Mrs. K. H. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Addison B. Atkins, Miss Atkins, Mrs. Daisy F. Ayers. Senator Bailey, Senator and Mrs. Black burn, Representative and Mrs. L. Heisler Ball, Representative and Mrs. Thomas H. Ball, Miss Ball, Representative Samuel S. Barney, Miss Barney, Representative Ar thur L. Bates, Representative and Mrs. Jacob A. Beidler, the Misses Beidler, Rep resentative and Mrs. John B. Bell, Miss Bell, Representative and Mrs. Johki D. Ballamy, Representative and Js. M. E. Benton, Representative 0. H. P. Belmont, Repre sentative and Mrs. Alexanoer Billyneyer, Representative Henry H. Bigham. Repre sentative and Mrs. Spencer Blackburn, Representative Albert A. Blkeney, Repre sentative Vincent Boreing, the Misses Boreing, Representativ and:Mre. Henry S. Boutell, Representative and Mrs. Justin D. Bowersock, Miss Bowersack, Representa tive and Mrs. Sidney J. Bowie, Represen tative Frank D. Brandegee, Representative and Mrs. William G. Brantley, Representa tive and Mrs. Phanor Breassale, Represen tative and Mrs. Abraham Le Brick, Repre sentative and Mrs. Henry Bristow, Repre sentative Jacob H. Bromwell, Representa tive and Mrs. Webstpr E. Brown, Miss Brown, Representative Walter P. Brown low, Representative and , Mr.. Stephen Brundidge, Jr., Miss brundidge, Represen tative Henry Burk, ,Etresentative Charles H. Burke, Repieseritatve aLpd Mrs. Emer J. Burkett, RepresentatiVe and Mrs. Edwin C. Burleigh, Miss Burleigh, Representative and Mrs. James J. Butler, Representative and Mrs. Thomas S. Butler. Mrs. Thomas Biddle, Miss Biddle, Mrs. Saidee Henry Benton, Miss Seton Ripley, Commander and Mrs. Baird, Captain and Mrs. Bartlett, Miss Bartlett; Major George Barnett, Miss Battles, Commander and Mrs. Badger, Miss Badger, Captain and Mrs. Babbitt, Lieutenant and Mrs. Wil liam J. Barden, Mr. W. V. R. Berry, the Misses Berry, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Beck, Mrs. Belknap, Admiral and Mrs. Benham, Miss Benham, Lieutenant and Mrs. Belk nap, Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. Beatty, Lieutenant James F. Bell, Major Biddle, Miss Biddle, Mr. William, T. Bing ham, Miss Elizabeth B. Bliss, Mrs. Charles E. Blunt, Miss Blunt, Dr. R. N. Blanchard, Mine. Bonaparte, Mr. Jerome N. Bonaparte, Lieutenant and Mrs. P. 8. Bond, Lieutenant and Mrs. F. C. Boggs, Lieutenant Mark Brook, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Bradley, Mrs. S. A. Brown, the Midses Brown, Cap tain and Mrs. Edward Burr,' Lieutenant H. T. Bull, Mrs. Abby G. Baker, Miss Mar garet M. Bailey, Mrs, Florence H. Bacon, Miss Virginia Butler, Miss Alice Bannon. Senator and Mrs. Clarence D. Clark, Miss Clark, the Misses Riner, Senator and Mrs., Carmnack, Senator William A. Clark, Rep resentative William A. Calderhead, Repre sentative and Mrs. Ben F. Caldwell, Rep resentative and Mrs. Ezekial S. Candler, jr.; Representative and Mrs. H. Burd Cas mel, Representative .Adin B. Capron. Repre sentative John W. Casing'hamn, Represent ativo Henry D. Clayton.- Representative Wmn. Connell, Representative and Mrs. Jas. P. Conner, Representative and Mrs. Frank L. Coombs, Miss Coombs, Representative and Mrs. James Cooney, Representative and Mrs. Sam B. Cooper, the Misses Cooper, Representative and Mrs. William S. Cow herd, Representative Thomas 3. Creamer, Representative and Mrs. Geo. W. Cromer, Representative and Mrs. Edgar D. Crumn packer, Representative and Mrs. Frank D. Currier, Representative and Mrs. Francis W.,Cushrnan, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Casson, Rev, and Mrs.-Henry N. Coudon, Miss Con den, Col. and Mrs. L. Edward Clark, Mrs. Henry Hayes, Mrs. Kate M. Christy, Miss Christy, Mrs. Miller, Miss Darneille, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Campbell, Gen. and Mrs. E. C. Card, the Misses Card, Mrs. Julius Cat lin, Miss Catlin, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Chapin, Dr. Thomas A. Claytor, Mrs. D. D. Colton. Mr. G. B. Condit, Mra Z. C. Cobb, Dr. J. M. Coffin, Dr. C. H. Conner. Mrs. Charles H. Coiburn, Miss Colburn, Capt..and Mrs. Joseph E. Craig, Admiral 'and Mrs. B. J. Cromwell, Mrs. F. B. Conger and Mrs. Por ter Chandler. Senator and Mrs. Dubols, Representative and Mrs. Herman B. Dahle, Miss Dahle, Representative Archibald B. Darragh, Rep resentative Robert W. Davis, Miss Davis, Representative and Mrs Aiston G. Dayton. Representative and Mi. EIas Deemer, the Misses Deeiner, Re tatve and Mrs. John Dougherty, Mli 'Iougherty, Repre sentative and Mrs. Win. H. Douglas, Repre sentative anji Mrs. B7B.*Zovener, Repre sentative and Mrs. %u. Draper, Miss Draper, Representative..4rs. M. E. Dris coil, Representative Jdh -- Dwight, Mrs. Francis N. Davis, Mrs. M. B. Downing, Mrs. Charles L. Davis, '~p Davis, Lieut. Commander and Mrse HbrG. Demnig, Miss Demig, Col. andi Mir&4jalvin. Do Witt, Miss Do Witt, Dr. Wailise :De Witt, Miss Dennison, Represengs4ved1 Caldweli Ed wards, Representati~lesLui W. Emerson, Representative and MrsdeJhn J. Esch, Rep resentative Alvin EvmmUiss Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mcl. Eby, tMis Edes, CoL. and Mrs. Clarea~ Edwards, Mr. Richard F. Ely, Lie lCo.'and Mrs. Wil 11am Ennis, Miss EnnuinMrs. John 0. Evans,. Representati 1oL. Feely, Reps resentative David U. epresentative and Mrs. John J. Fit radRepresentative and Mrs. De W~t C. ,imaan epresenta tive and Mrs. IIa H. Fleming, Repr sentative and kr.Robert H. Feerderer, Miss Foerderer, Rep e inttve and Mrs. Joseph W. Fordney, Misle sFordney, Representative and xrDavhl 3. Foster, Mrs. L. L& Lawrence, loi s istin. Repre sentative George P. Foster, Mrs. John L, Fox, Dr. and :Mrs. William H. FOe, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. K~ragefs, Col. and Mrs. Gleorga Fabyah., ALeut. l. -B. -Ferguson, Chief Un=lnh and Mgb. H. W. Fiob, Miss Mr. Thomas .D. 7u~r.-gt r n Senator. Gibson, .gp ansti 14 Mrs. Joseph H. J~us Resa e~ - W. Gaines,.ernttv Haieu. Gilbert, Regutwbstal JoUsph L GMll Rep resentative Carter Gla Representative and Mrs. Thomas L. Glenn, Representative Robert B. Gordon, Representative and Mrs. William H. Grahame Representative WU1 Lam S. Green, MK.i Gillenwater, Dr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gallaudet, Miss Gallandet. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Gaff, Miss Gale, Mr. Arthur Goldaborough, Dr. and Mrs. E. K. Goldaborough, Miss Goildsborough, Mr. and 31rs. Gilbert H. Grosvenor, Mrs. H. D. Green, Lieut. J. W. Graeme, Mr. William W. Gulick. Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Gunnell, Lieut. William L. Guthrie, Representative Lames K. P. Hall, Representative and Mrs. Edward L. Hamilton, Representative Harry A. Hanbury. Representative and Mrs. Kitt redge Haskins, Representative Gilbert N. Haugen. Representative and Mrs. James Hay. Representative and Mrs. Thomas Hedge, Representative and Mrs. Stevens E. Henry, Miss Henry, Representative and Mrs. Patrick Henry, Representative Robert L. Henry, Representative and Mrs. Charles Q. Hildebrant, Representative and Mrs. Eben J. Hill. Miss Hill, Representative and Elias S. Holliday, Miss Holliday, Repre sentative and Mrs. Charles E. Hooker, Rep resentative and Mrs. William M. Howard, Representative and Mrs. Benjamin F. How ell, Representative and Mrs. James A. Hughes. Mrs. Sallie Vawter Harris. Mrs. Grace Porter Hopkins, Mrs. Ida Husted Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Perry S. Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Halstead, Lieut. and Mrs. H. S. Hansell, Justice Alexander B. Hagner, Mr. apd Mrs. Hendersen, Mr. John B. Hender ion, Jr.; Gen. and Mrs. Heywood. Miss Stell rag, Paymaster S. Lawrence Heap, Maj. and Mrs. 0. L. Hein, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Howard, Miss Howard, Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. James Hoy, the Misses Hoy, Mr. F. H. Howland, Miss Howland, Miss Alice L. How ard, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Huide toper, Mr. Frederic L. Huidekoper, Mr. and Mrs. George P. Huff, Miss Huff, Lieut. and Mrs. John M. Hudgins, Col. E. L. Huggins, Admiral and Mrs. A. K. Hughes, the Misses Hughes, Representative Harvey S. Irwin, Representative d Mrs. Summers M. Jack, Representative ahd Mrs. Alfred M. Ackson. Representative William H. Jackson, Repre Rentative and Mrs. John J. Jenkins, Repre entative and Mrs. Thomas M. Jett,. Miss Jett, Representative and Mrs. Joseph T. Johnson, Representative Wesley L. Jones, Representative and Mrs. Charles F. Joy, Capt. and Mrs. Mason Jackson, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Jackson, Miss Jackson. Representative and Mrs. Choice B. Ran tell, Representative Joseph E. Ransdell, Representative and Mrs. Charles C. Reid, Representative and Mrs. William F. Ray, the Misses Ray, Representative and Mrs. John F. Rixey, Representative Samuel N. Robertson, Representative and Mrs. John N. W. Rumple, Miss Rumple, Representa tive Gordon Russell, Representat-ve and Mrs. William H. Ryan, Representative and Mrs. Bernard S. Rodey, Mr. and Mrs. D. 3. Ransdell, Mrs. Thomas B. Rhodes, Lieu tenant Commander William P. Randall, Bolicitor General and Mrs. Richards, Capt. and Mrs. B. F. Ritteniouse, Miss Ritten ouse, Major and Mrs. Romeyn, Miss Romeyn, Mr. H. H. Rosseau and Capt. and Mrs. Edgar Russell, Senator Simmons, Representative Robert B. Scarborough, Representative Charles R. Schirm. Repre tentative Charles F. Scott, Representative rhomas J. Selby, Miss Selby, Representative nd Mrs. Dorsey W. Shackelford, Repre tentative and Mrs. John F. -Shaffroth, Rep resentative and Mrs. Ashton C. Shallen berger, Representative and Mrs. Carlos E. 3helden, Miss Shelden, Representative Mor ris Sheppard, Representative and Mrs. seph B. Showtlter, Representative and Mrs. oseph C. Sibley. Miss Sibley, Representa tive and Mrs. William W. Skiles, Miss 3kiles, Representative and Mrs. Henry C. 3mith, Representative and Mrs. Samuel W. 3mith, Representative Walter I. Smith. Representative and Mrs. William Alden 3mith, Representative Charles E. Snod grass. Representative and Mrs. John S. 5nook, Mrs. James A. Snyder, Mss Snyder, Representative George N. Southwick, Rep resentative Stephen M. Sparkman, Repre tentative and Mrs. John H. Stephens, Rep *esentative and Mrs. Fred C. Stevens, Rep "esentative and Mrs. John K. Stewart, Rep esentative and Mrs. Frederic Storm. Rep esentative and Mrs. George Sutherland, Miss Sutherland. Representative Edward Swann, Repre tentative Marcus A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. lonzo Stewart, Mrs. Lucy Page Stelle, Mrs. Sheridan, the Misses Sheridan, Mr. tnd Mrs. H. A. Seymour. Miss Seymour, Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Stone, the Misses Smith, apt. and Mrs. William N. Sage, Capt. and Mrs. John S. Sewell, Mrs. Charles Seymour, Miss Seymour, Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Shaw, Gen. 'and Mrs. William Sinclair, Major and Mrs. F. W. Sibley, Miss Sibley, r. and Mrs. N. S. Simpkins, Col. and Mrs. !. C.,Sniffen, Hon. A. R. Spofford, Miss 3pofford, Gen. and Mrs. Sternberg, Mr. Jno. . Stoddard, Miss Stoddard, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Story, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Steele. Ir., and Miss Steele. Senator and Mrs. Tallaferro. the Misses rallaferro, Miss Mardita Elliott, Senator nd Mrs. Turner, Representative and Mrs. 3eorge W. Taylor, Miss Taylor, Repre tentative and Mrs. John R. Thayer, the Misses Thayer, Representative Charles R. rhomas, Representative and Mrs. Lot rhomas, Miss Thomas, Representative and Mrs. 'Charles Q. Tirrell, Representative and rs. Arthur S. Tompkins, Miss Tompkins, Representative and Mrs. Emmett Tompkins, Representative South Trimble, Miss K. E. rhomas, Miss A. P. Thomas, Col. and Mrs. ugustus C. Tyler, the Misses Tyler, Mrs. rhomas Tuttle, Mr. Kai B. Muns, Capt. rohn R. N. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. John M. rhurston, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thompson, iss Ida Thompson, Mrs. Mary C. Thaw, Miss Thaw, Mr. Henry K. Thaw, Miss romes, Major and Mrs. F. El. True. Mrs. Thomas J. Turner and Miss Turner, 3ommander and Mrs. E. B. Undel-iwood. Representative and Mrs. Willard E. Van liver, Representative and Mrs. Henry C. Van Voor'hls, the Misses Van Voorhis, Rep resentative and Mrs. Edward B. Vreeland, Miss Vreeland, Major and Mrs. R. C. Van Vllet and Mr. Stephen Vail, Representative and Mrs. William H. Warnock, the Misses Warnoci:, Representative James E. Wat on, Representative and Mrs. Charles Wheeler. Representative James B. White. Representative and Mrs. Ariosto A. Wiley. Representative and Mrs. ,Tai ses R. Will ams, Representative John S. Williams, Representative Frank E. WIlson. Repro entative Samuel D. Wood. Representative and Mrs. Charles F. Wright. Representa tive Robert W. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. lames W. Wadsworth. Jr., Miss Margaret Wade, Miss L. M. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll D. Wright, MIss Grace Wright. Mrs. John B. McPherson, Mr. and Mrs. C. . Walton, Lieut. M. L. Walker, Capt. and Mrs. John P. Wade, Mt'. and Mrs. J. E. Washington, Miss Washington, Gen. and Mrs. G. H. Weeks. Capt. and Mrs. George MceD. Weeks. Lieut. M. N. Weeks, Mrs. ewis N. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wake man, Judge and Mrs. Lawrence Weldon, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Whittemore, Mrs. Charles A. Williams. Miss Williams, Gen. and -Mrs. George B. Williams, Miss Upton, Leut. William P. Wooten, Lieut. Coin mander and Mrs. M. L. Wood, Mr. Charles H. Woodhull, Mrs. J. Kearney Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wy-lie,, Representative and Mrs. William T. Zenor, Mrs. H. D. Jewett, Mrs. Otis Johnson, Miss Johnson, Kr. William C. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. P. EC. Johnson, Capt. and Mrs. William V. Judsen, Miss Katherzine Clay. Senator Kean, Mrs. Kean, the Misses Kean, Representative Julius Kahn. Mr. Julian Halstead Kean, Repr sentative Jas. M. Kehoe, Mrs. Edwin Kemp, Representa tive Claude Kitchin, Representative W. Kitebin, Representative and Mr.Theodore F. Klutz, the Misses Klutz, - epresentative and Mrs. Charles L. Knapp. Reprenantative and Mrs. Thomas B. Kyle. Mas. E. iMekville Kilvort. Miss Cox. Mr. Jolin -A. (Kasson, Mrs. Louis Kingsley, Lieutenant arCoionel and Mrs. Joel T. Kirkmnan, .Missi Kibby, Kr. Percy H. King, Captain and Mrs. Chas. W. Klutz. Senator and Mrs. Lodge, Repre sentative Charles B. Landis, Representa tive Samuel W. T. Lanham, Representative and Mrs. Francis R. Lassiter, Representa tive and Mrs. George P. Lawrence, Repre sentative Montague Lessler,,.Representative Asbury F. Lever, Representative Robert'.. Lewis, Representative and Mrs. George H. Lindsay. Miss Lindsay, Representative Lu ius N. Llttauer, Representative and Mrs. Charles E. Littlefield, Miss Littlefield, Rep resentative and Mrs. CTheater I. Long, Rep resentative William C. Lovering, Miss Lov ering, Miss Lancaster, Mr'. and Mrs. Fran.. eis E.~Leupp, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Layton, r. Frank B, 7Ljen, Mr. a'nd. Mrs. J. D. Langhorne, the Misses Langhorne, Major ind Mrs. ~Louis A. La Garde. CaptaIn Henry Leonard, Mrs. N. S. Lincoln, Miss Lincoln. 39r. George .G. Lincoln, NMiss Lite Eed, Mr. Robert L Hubbard, Miss Louisa B. Pitkin. GeneralI and Mrs. George. N. Lieber, the Mitas Lieber. General -and Mrs. James Loqgstreet, Major and ~Mrs. 0. Fr Long, ieutenant and aMrs. George W. Logan, Adsniral and Mrs. Ludlow. ad Colonela W.N M Llewellyn. ASpator A. J. MeLurin, Senator and Mrs. 1ohn L. McEaerhV Represensative -ame.. ..rativand Mi hma sadMs P. Mardhae, greieutaIP.e ane IM U W. Martin, Representative Ery 1. May nard. Representative and Mrs Vietor H. Metcalf, Representative and Mrs. J. Ross Mickey, Representative and Ms. James M. Mll!er, Representative and Mrs. Frank W. Mondell. Representative and Mrs. James K. Moody. REprcsentative Malcolm A. Moody. Representative Stephen Morgan, Represen tative and Mrs. Edward Morrell, Represen tative Page Morris, Miss Morris, Repre sentative and Mrs. McKenzie Moss. Repre sentative and Mrs. Sydney E. Mudd. Miss Mudd, Representative and Mrs. Howard Mutchler, Miss Mutchler, Mr. and Mrsa Alex. McDowell, Mr. Joseph C. McElroy. Miss Helena McCarthy, Mrs. Evelyn Clark Morgan. Lieut. James F. McKinley. MISS Grace McKinley, Chief Engineer and Mrs. Hershel Main, Dr. Anita Newcomb McGee. Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Magruder, Mrs. Mc Lean Martin, Miss Martin, Mr. James M. Matthewe. Dr. and Mrs. John 1. Mason, Lieut. Frank Marble, Col. and Mrs. William A. Marye, Lieut. Col. and Mrs. S. C. Mill, Mrs. Richard Mulligan. Mr. F. D. Mullan. the Misees Mullan, Mrs. E. L. Munson, Mr. and Mrs. James I. McCallum, Miss McCal lum, Lieut. and Mrs. M. J. McDonough. Major and Mrs. V. McNally, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Macmaster. Representative and Mrs. Henry F. Na than, Representative James C. Needham, Representative and Mrs. William Neville, Representative and Mrs. Robert M. Nevin, Miss Nevin, Representative and Mrs. James A. Norton, Miss Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Nel son, Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Neff, Miss Nico lay, Representative and Mrs. Theobold Ot jen, Gov. and Mrs. Otero, Senator Patter son, Senator and Mrs. Pettus, Representa tive and Mrs. Lemuel P. Padgett, Miss Pa ett, Representative and Mrs. Henry W. Pd ner, Miss Palmer, Representative and Mrs. R. Wayne Parker, Representative George R. Patterson, Representative Mal cohn R. Patterson, Representative and Mrs. George A. Pearre, Representative and Mrs. James B. Perkins, Representative Rice A. Pierce, Representative Rufus K. Polk, Rep resentative Edward W. Pou, Representative and Mrs. Llewellyn Powers, Representative and Mrs. Samuel M. Powers, Representative and Mrs. George W. Prince, Representative and Mrs. Cornelius A. Pugsley, Mrs. U. H. Painter, Miss Painter, Miss Virginia T. Pea cock, Prof. and Mrs. Henry M. Paul, Maj. and Mrs. James Parker, the Misses Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pattersor, Mr. C. J. F. Peirce, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Pepper, Mr. Charles K. Pou, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Poor, Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Potts, Miss Potts, Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Polhemus, Miss Perman, Lieut. and Mrs. A. B. Putnam and Miss Paulding. Miss Viola Wetmore entertained a small party of friends Saturday evening at her home, corner Albany and Buffalo avenues, North Takoma. The evening was spent in cards, games, singing and dancing, after which refreshments were served. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wet more. Miss Bertha Pember, Miss Charlene Brown, Miss Viola Wetmore, Miss Augusta Clarke, Mr. Earl Graves, Mr.2 Mortimer Clarke, Mr. Don Gosorn, Mr. Frank 0. Favorite and Mr. William Wetmore. Mrs. H. W. Hamilton of 1326 V street northwest will be at .home Informally Thursdays during January. Mrs. Morris R. Eddy and Miss Eddy will be at home at 1100 M street the remaining Fridays In January. Lieutenant Samuel F. Shreve and Miss Mabel W. Bradley were quietly married last evening at the residence of Dr. Sam uel H. Greene of Calvary Baptist Church. They left immediately on their honey moon trip for the- north, where they will visit all the principal cities of interest. On their homeward journey they will stop at Atlantic City. The groom Is a son of the ate Wm. 0. Shreve and member of the firm Df Wm. 0. Shreve & Sons. Mrs. W. D. Bynum gave a luncheon today at Rauscher's, entertaining a party of twelve. Last Friday evening, January 2, at their residence, 1843 9th street, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Omohundro celebrated the birthday ef the former. Vocal and Instrumental music, admirably rendered by Miss Dottie Heeter, Mr. A. B. Johnson, Miss Eva Heeter, Mr. A. L. Atkinson and Mr. H. M. Wisewarmer were features of the evening. About midnight a bountiful collation was served in the dining room, which was deco rated with holly and evergreen, as was the parlor. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Heeter, Miss Heeter, Miss Bettie Sturgeon of Apex, N. C.; Miss Eva and Sophie Heeter, Miss Mack, Miss Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Bayne, Mrs. E. B. Sturgeon of Apex, N. C., and Miss Lula Heeter, Mr. Cooke, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Atkinson, Mr. H. Duryee, Mr. Brown and Mr. Nisewarner. -A dance was given to a company of young people Saturday evening at the home of Mr. Charles H. Gordon, 3319 Holmead ave nue. There were present: Lella Belle Her ron, Belle Meyers. Mary Minnix, Helen Mc Cambridge, Helen Roberts, Phoebe Gilliam, Dorothy Lange. Nellie Eastwood, Ruth Lange, Gerald -Johnson, Edwin McKeever, John Holmead. Power Gilliam, Horace Ful ler, Harry Totten, Paul Keller, Charles H. Gordon and Allen Minnix. A beautifully appointed luncheon of eight een covers was given yesterday by Miss Josephine Eddy at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. Somers. The guests present were: The Misses Tyler, Miss Painter, Miss Anna Cockrell, Miss Whitside, Miss Dall, the Misses Quay. Miss Gallaudet, Miss Bowers, Miss Gooch, Miss Atkins, Miss Hurst, Miss Day, Miss Halford and Mrs. Hill. Mrs. George Huff's dance last night at Rauscher's was another happy assembling rof the belles and beaux most in demand. The holiday decorations of both the white and green bail rooms gave way to pink ilowers and shades and arbor effects in green. About 200 guests were present and at midnight supper was served at round tables in the banquet hall. A number of clinners preceded the dance, and the party was not underway till half past 10. Tile Italian ambassador and Mine. Mayor les Planches gave a dinner, followed by an Informal reception and musicale last night. The dinner guests were: Third Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. Peirce, Repre sentative and Mrs. G. B. McClellan, Mrs. Posflethwalte, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Thoron, Lieut. Commander de Farramond of the French embassy, Mr. Dering of the British embassy and Mr. Wadsworth. Miss Angelica Crosb' of New York will be the guest of Mrs. V. R. Berry and the Misses Berry this week. Mrs. Oliver W. Holmes. wife of the latest accession to the supreme benoh. began yes terday to receive visitors. She had hosta o( callers for whom Miss Kean poured tea. Mrs. Rudolph Kauffmann and Miss Ken nedy will not be at home tomorrow after noon. Mrs. Burrows, wife of Senator Burrows, will receive from 3 to 6 Thursday of this weelc, also Thursdays, January 22 and February 12. Mr. and Mrs. Royal C. Colman of Dun kirk, N. Y., are visiting Washington, and are stopping at the New Willdrd. The Jolly Twelve Euchre Club met at the home of Miss Minnie Schmnid on New Year eve to watch the old year out and the new year in. The first prizes were won by Mjss Minnie Schmnid and Mr. Henry K. Miller, Wrhile Mrs. Emma F. Miller and Mr. R. Fred Day were the successful winners of the consolation prizes. Latter the mem bers were invited to partake of a bountiful repast in the beautifully decorated dining room. At .the stroke of 12 the party re paired to the sidewalk, where the new year was ushered in with the blowing of horns. During the evening Miss Etta Schmid entertained the club with selections on the piano. The next meeting will be held at the hopne of Miss Louise Lebaman January %. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Scanozn of Dover, DeL., and cbid have returned home after a risit to lber sister, Mrs. John 3. Conner of 180 New Jersey avenue northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Trede celebrated the birth 8a~y of -their daughter Anna last Tuesday at their residence, 614 D street southwest. Many -prettir and -useful presents were re eelnm nd music we en ey a n tswere served. Among L oogIn, 5, W~anioe and B. Tuegle, mad the -Mesiji'. 3. Teide, C. Dyer, R, Drig A. .Pesldr Godsen. W. GodroW an 3-- Godron, Rev. Mru.'aataand as remas 103 mnmn COistributts gedosv by Mr. lobs SOy =9s1, Treasure. The Associated CharitIes., whose 1nance committee recently published an appeal Iter funds, has received a number of additional contributions toward Its expenses for the current year. The receipt of Mr. John Joy Edson, treasurer of the Associated Chari ties, has been mailed to each subscriber, as follows: CoL John Cassels, $10: Beatrice Clephane. $2; J. Henley Smith. $20; Anton Eberley. $10; Mrs. Benjamin H. Warder, $50; George L. Andrews, $10; nonmal'class Assembly's Presbyterian Sunday school, $2.75; E. Ber liner, $25; N. S. Bestor, $5: W. D. Macken sie, $2; "M. L.," 41; Mrs. F. L. Moore, 65; Herbert 0. Ogden, #2W; no name. $;i; no name, $2; anonymous, $1; J. inIppman, $1; G. W. Herold, $2; H. P. 'Tharp. $10; Cuo H. Rudolph, $15; H. N. Teplin, $2; G. T. Keen, $1; Win. J. Zeh,$5; 0. 0. Statee, $25; Wm. H. McKnew, $10. PUBIC INSTALLATION. Officers of Nancock Regint Xuster ed in Last Night. Hancock Regiment, No. 1. Union Veter ans' Union, held a public Installation of its officerif for the current year last night at Its hall, corner 5th and G streets northwest. The attendance was quite* large, a prepon derance being ladies-wives and daughters of the members, Col. Frank T. Howe called the assemblage to order and received the division com mander and his staff. He then In a few brief -remarks, paying tribute to the past career of Hancock as the parent regiment of the order, introduced General C. V. Pet toys, the division comnander, who spoke a few words. The following officers were then mustered by Col. Geo. C. Hulse, the division mustering officer: Colonel, P. C. Bain; lieu tenant colonel. C. B. Ballinger; major. S. H. Slaught; Ohaplain., W. H. Mills: surgeon. Jofin Mangan, and quartermaster, James H. Barbour. Colonel Bain made a short address. and then turned the gavel over to W. ID. Mabry, chairman of the entertainment committee. who presented the following program: Vocal duet by the Misses Middaugh and Rous seau; piano solo by Miss Albre; address by Representative S. D. Woods of California; Imitation of the batue ofGettysburg on snare drum by A. F. Springsteen; piano solo by MISS Lanahan; address by General Payne; piano solo by Mr. Arthur Hindel. Mr. Honey Introduced a resolution which was unanknously adopted extending thanks to all those who assisted In the entertainment of the evening. At the conclusion of the Program refreshments were served. DIED. BARGHAUSEN. On Tuesday J 6, 1903, s 1:20 a.m., HERf.AN BAWJHAUEN. er.. the beloved husband of Margaret Barghausen. In the sixty-sixth year of his age, after a long and painful illness. Our father is sleeping, so free from all pal, Oh, wake him not. Sweet Spirit, to suifer again. He slumbbers no soundly. ob, let im sleep on, His sickness is ended and troubles all gone. Oh, think how he sufered and moaned with palun In the long night bows we soothed him in val, Till God in His mercy sent down trom above An angel that whispered a message of love. May he rest in peace. . BY HIS WIFE AND (mILDREN. Funeral will take place from his late residence, 476 0 street northwest, on Thursday, January a. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. (Baltimore and Omaha papers pier copy.) BURKE. On Monday, January 5 198 at 7 o'cloek p.m., at her residence near Falls Ubunb. Fair a county. V&., Mrs. MARY A. BUIKE, in the ninety-ifth year of her age. Funeral from her late residence on Thursday. Janu ary 8, at 9 o'clock am. Interment at .St James' Catholic Church cemetery. * GILES. On January 4, 1908. REBECCA A.. widow of the late 9eorge H. Giles and daughter of Perry Michaet, aged forty-seven years. Funeral from her late residence, 1736 14th street northwest January 7. at 2 o'clock. Relatives and frienis respectfully invited. lntermtnt at Bock Creek cemetery. 2' JONES. On Monday. January 5, 1908, at 8 a.m.. at his residence, 319 A street northeast. Capt. FRANK C. JONES of the 64th New York. the beloved husband of Abbie Jones (nee Walt.r). Funeral from his late residence. 219 A stieet north. east, Wednesday, January 7, at 1 p.m. Fries invited to attend. KERR. On Sunday. January 4, 1908 at 6:40 p.m., LUCY J. KERR wife of David iC. Kerr. Funeral from St. MIark's Lutheran Church. 12th and C streets southwest. on Wednesday. Jan uary 7, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends in. vited to attend. (Winchester papers please copy.) 2* LEWIS. Departed this life on Suday, January 1908, at 11:10 pm., CLARA E., daughter 1_ John and Marthi Lewis. Through all pains at times she smiled, A mile of heavenly birth; And when the angles called her home She smiled farewell to earth. BY HER FATHER AND MOTHER. Funeral Wednesday, Janua 7 at 2 O'clock pm., from Zion Baptist Chor street betwees M4 and 4% streets soutbwes. Friends and rela tives Invited to attend. NORRIS. On Tuesday, January 6, 1903, at 4:45 a.m., EPPA NORRIS, beloved husband of Eitsa beth Norris aged sixty-nine yeas. Funeral from late residence, 1118 Virginia ar us southwest, Thursday, January 8, at 2 o'elock p.m. Friends invited Interment private. 2* STEVENS. On FrIday. January 2, 1903. at her reaidence on Columbia road, IDA LITTLE. wife of A. C. Stevens. Funeral Wednesday, Janur 7, at 2:30 p.m., from St. Margaret's Church. iterment private.* WUR~I!DEfAN. On Monda. Januarmy 5, 1903, at 3 o'clock p.m., CHARLE H., beloved hhshand of Elizabeth Wurdeman, aged Atty-seven yearn and six months. Funeral from his late residence, No. 438 0 street northwest, on Thursday, January 8, at 2 o'clock p.mn. Belatives and friends are reepectful'y i. vited to attend. Interment at Prospect 174l1 nemetery. 2* BROSNCAHAN. In sad but loving remembrance of dear mother, MARY E. BROSNAHAN. who died one year ago today, January 6, 1902. May she rest in pesos, o ~BY HER CHIIDREN~. ELDER.- In sad but loving remembrance of MAY BELLE ELDER, who died one year ago today January 6, 1902. PAPA AN 3fAMMA. FOGUS. In memory of my dear husband. WM. R. C. FOGUS. who died one year ego today-Janu eary 6,2. BY HIS WIFE AND BABY. Cm FUNERAL DIRECT0E8, JOSEPH GAWLER, 1733-1734 PA. AVE. N.W. se10-tf-4 Tulepbone maia 151. R. F. HARVEY'S SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMIERS. iS25 14th St. N.W. TalaPham. Main UL - e8-tf4 FRANK OEIER'S SONS, 1113 SEVEWEB1' ST. N. W. de6-78te Tesephons Call. Main 1010. Adolph J. Schippert, 2008 Pa. Ave. N.W. '"%55 . deB-m4 JOHN R. LOWE, inUCCsoR TO R. W. DARE, 62 11th st. anw. Teseghoe Na., Mais USS. J. WILLIrAM LEE, Fussea Direetur and DEbmamer. UMely in cosseteme. -mms chapel and usadrn 4remtri.~ Mo.est prins. 382 Pennaglvania ave. asw. Tulephse eai, 13., seS-tf 4 .T. CLEMETS dysse 1961ee UU t s.w Tai. West fT. Joseph P. Birch's Sons, 304M St. N.W. W-e J. Hi. BRADLEY, 437th S. S. W.ij WM. HI. SCOTl'& CO., negara~ Dna3 AND mesma6ama Uk t. m., 'Pibemai de13-f4 . JOHN Me MITCHELL,