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Furniture Factory. 14th and . . Storage warebouase. 2 and AL + Mattress and Oaoch Factory. 1210-=3 D st. FURNITURE REDUCTIONS. Many Pieces Half Price. This Furniture Sage grows steadily sure y-just as the news spreads. All who come here find practicaiLy a third of the furniture stock at reductions ranging up as high as 50%. Almost involuntar Ily they spread the news-and they speak of the values from pers nal knowledge of them-so more and more people come right along. Brass Beds. Dressing Tables. Were Now Were Now Brass Bed.............$120.00 $900 Maple Dressing Table.. $250 12.50 Brass Bed.............. $95.00 $76.00 Maple Dressing Table.. $26.00 .75 Brass Bed.............. $75.00 $60.00 Maple Dressing Table.. $14.00 $10.0 Brass Bed.............. $35.00 $28.65 Mahogany Drwssing Ta Brass Bed.............. $0.00 $22.50 ble..................$26.50 $19.50 Brass Bed............. 25.00 $19.00 Mahogany Drzssing Ta Brass Bed................ .00 $32.00 ble..................$43.00 $9.70 Breas Bed .............. Mahogany Dressing Ta Brass Bed.............. .00 $..................$1.00 $1170 Brass Bed.............. $50.00 $39.50 Mahogapy Dressing TA Brass Bed.............. $40.00 $32.50 ble..................$14.00 $1023 Brass Bed.............. $44.00 $36.00 Golden Oak Dressing Brass Bed ............ $53.00 $40.00 Table...............$18.00 $1325 Golden Oak Dressing Table ................ $16.00 $11.75 Dressers. Golden Oak Dressing Were Now Table................$14.00 $10.00 Golden Oak Dresser .... $44.00 $32.00 Golden Oak Dresser.... $39.00 $30.00 Sideboards. Mahogany Dresser..... $39.00 $33.00 Mahogany Dresser..... $43.00 -$35.00 Were Now Mahogany Dresser..... $40.00 $33.00 Mahogany Sideboard... $65.00 $49.50 Enameled Dressing Ta- Fumed Oak Sideboard $33.00 $24.50 ble.................. 325.00 $19.00 Fumed Oak Sideboard: $40.00 $29.75 Mahogany Dresser..... $55.00 $47.00 Fumed Oak Sideboard.. $6.00 $43.00 Mahogany Dresser..... $5200 $45.00 Golden Oak Sideboard. $W.00 $35.00 Mahogan Dresser.:::$500 4.0 Gold en Oak Sideboard.. $3100.00 $75.00 Maple Dresser.........$52.00 $45.00 Mahogany Dresser..... $60.00 $42.00 Golden Oak Sideboard. $120.00 $97.50 Mahogany Dresser. . . $45.00 $32.50 Weathered Oak Side Mahogany Dresser......$115.00 $82.50 board................$9200 $73.50 Curly Birch Dresser.... $30.00 $21.75 Golden Oak China Case $&9.00 $.00 Mahogany Dresser..... $45.00 $31.50 Mahogany Dresser..... $24.00 $13.50 Were Now Bed Room Suites. Mahogany Chiffonier... $24.00 $1690 MahoganyMahogany Chiffonier.. $42.00 $9.90 Mahgan Be Rom Wre ow Golden Oak Chfoir.$30.00 $21.75 Suite..................$150.00 $105.00 Golden Oak Chiffonier.. $5.00 $35.75 Mahogany Bed Room Suite.................. $90.00 $67.00 Extension Tables. Mahogany-finished Bed Were Now Suite. ...............$30.00 $23.00 Mahogany Extension Golden Oak Bed Suite.. $33.00 $24.00 Table, 10 ft..........$31.00 $23.00 Mahogany Extension Beds. Table, 8 ft...........$34.00 $20.75 Were Now Birch Beds........ .... $20.00 $10.00 Bookcases. Maple Beds........... $20.00 $10.00 Were Now Oak Beds............. $27.00 $13.50 Golden Oak Bookcase.. $38.00 $28.75 Mahogany Beds...... $28.00 $14.00 Flemish Oak Bookcase. $30.00 $22.25 Ladie-' Desks. Chairs. Were Now Were Now Mahogany Desk....... 75.00 $50.00 Mahogany Desk........ 00 $23.85 er seat...............$0.50 $5.75 Golderf Oak Desk ..... $18.00 $12.75 Mahogany Chair, leath Golden Oak Desk...... $24.00 $16.70 er seat..............$1.00 $8.00 Mahogany Chair, leath Morris Chair. complete, $38.00 $26.25 Were Now Morris Chair, complete. $25.00, $13.2:1 Mahogatny Sh a v Ing Morris Chair, complete. $28.00 $17.75 Stand................. $21.00 $16.00 Morris Chair, complete. $11.00 40 3ihoginy Shaving Morris Chair, complete. $12.00 75 St and................ $20.00 $14.75 Morris Chair, complete. $6.50 .35 Golden Oak Shaving Morri Chair. complete. $20.00 $13.75 Stand ................$t4.54 $6.50 Morris Chair, complete. $27.00 $1.7. The La~e Curtain Clearance and the Sale of Rugs are attrac tions of ib . . ..ortance.. 2 W. B. aloses &gSons, F St., or. T th. MAYER BROS. & CO., 937-939 F ST. if 4-NNECTION WITH1 ANY OTHER RTAIL HOUSE IN TOWN.A "Judge this store by the way it keeps its word with you." Taomorrowhs Attracslonns aoAre IDreIn Tn meanlowprics o thehigestGden oak merhne.ssngr sals afet eerydeartentin Tabloue............ lots 0 crop 3.p to nsderwhehercos iscovredordenot The resoig oe b ject in iew, an thateisquickDcearance A tbl fll f hie wshbl Table. sa.......... that 0 $10.00 areslihty cused.$io nd ah.ogvaues Todeboat. $6500 49.0 . bee cushd r sigtlysoled u$mad $a2 iebad 3.0.50 vaus To go at.....Fumed..O..k...deboard...4.00 75~9 tha ae ort an $iooa eateroed out from , t~l mke, o o tboard........... .... .. . .$9200 73.0 Wetod ouwewoldsell out hiae balance0.0 Thse$i5 ad 2 edytoMarHats arffne r..e24-$69 Th 2.0to$.o eaytoWarhats Crnec- $4.0$99 ~ Rossogoeor.Oak..Ch...ron..e..0.00.21.5 $1.00Grape, blckGanldent' Oak.. Ch....on..er... 3.75c. oc.Fanc Feaherego 1r0..t. ...........$.00c $i~o Facy Fathbslofo8..ft.... .... .... .. 26.7 ,.hm~aeese.,e~t:Ie~aI Bookcas*es.e.,s pp: l 937-939WFertreet STOE PEFlAemish&.X. Oak ATookcae.M. $00 2.5 'SilveWereddNow Wahogay Chaire 5. MAgn Chair cheato ac te er s e ............. t13.5 $9.5 -of ceeinglMore Chai, cple t $25.0 $13.2 ba q rtMoriinaiS Chaincopete. $2.0 $.7* Cor 9h &D tsMorris88 1 Chair, colt. $11.0 740 Morri Cha. comlee. $65 .35~ y * e Stan ............ . $8 e.50 $ .0 M ri h ic m lt.$70 1.5 The~pc ace Curtain Clerace an h SefRg roeatr'ac-5 W. BH. Moses &Son, KE t.Co. lJ ith.$IO +-.+++.HHI|i-++++++++++++++++++++++++j MAERBRS.& O. 97-39F T BARGAINS In'Men's Wear. OMORROW will be a day of unl usually big values here. Note the following reductions on these de sirable items in men's wear: 1% dozen Fancy Balbriggan Under wear, winter weight; was $3, now........................... $1. 50. 5 Merl's Rain Coats; were $15. now..............-----$O.OO 4 Men's Wool Morning tobes; were $14, now.......... -00 7 Boys' Wool Skating Caps; were 75c., now.......... 35c. 7ebSuc bargains plainly emphasize the" importance of early selection. Joseph Auerbach, Xen's Outfitter and Hatter, 623 Penna. Avenue. ja8-ths,t,5o Anthracite Coal, All Sizes. Hickory, Oak and Pine Wood. GROVE LIME "COALCO., N. Cap. & E and Del. Ave. & D N.E. 'Phone E. 240. ja8-8t-20 E:7500 1-lb. loaves to the barrel. A Good. SuZggestlon. R emember, successful bak ing is more a question of ma j UTY~ terials than of Use skill. The best can only result from using the I best. Crean If you want I your bread, rolls, biscuits, cake, pastries, etc., to be perfect in ev - _ __ ery respect, make i it a point to use I a "Cream Blend," the Perfect f Fl our. Flour, exclusive- E ly for your bak Ing. Order it next-i time and insist on having it. AT YOUR GROCER'S. B.B.Earnshaw&Bro., Wholesalers, 110. 110 th Ut-** $5 Teeth That Fit LOWEST prices on Crowns, Fillings and Bridgework. Painless Extraction. DR. PATTON'S UNION DENTAL PARLORS, 910 F at. n.w., 2d floor. del3-3m.10 Notice of REMOVAL Monday, January 12. HATTIE M. SHACKLETTE, i Specialist for the Hair and Skin, announces that on MONDAY, JANUARY 12TH. she will re move from 601 11th at. n.w. To 608 1 th St. N. W. -two doors above, where her of fices will occupy two entire floors of the handsome building just I completed. In addition -to her own famous treatments and prep arations, Miss Shacklette w 11 * make a special feature of Fine I Imnorted Perfumes and other s toilet requisites. j -All are cordially invited to call. Only women and children treated. IHattie M4. Shacklette, 14i Specialist for the Skin and Hair. muluslnheseMuinuw lfilGrn uMIu lilNuumeMnuilIinIHMIMumuun iillnii Iai mmenmamemammemme i5mme ~nWm 9imnjmrUlLImI .- u1rri5 IBuy Sewing IMachines NOW.I Slightly used "STANDARD Prices ROTARY" SHU'TTLE SEWING MACHINES at a fraction of their original cost. G tl These machines are FIBRT ray CLAsS in every respect, hay ing been out on rental but a Reduced "'r't mis. this oppor tunity. Standard Sewing Mchone Co. 602 9th St., o. H. Fiske Mgr Stylish Furs Don't wait for more in clement weather to empha At "ize our need*of'1"'". Se lectins can be nae mos ku so of NEW FURS Is Lwest o iand y, know Prices.month's."''"**'" A55W*~ 'REDUCED PRICES on many.eos.. 3Saks Fur C oR.*T"E ANDI DEALERS IN FURS EXCLUSIVELY. BUTTEIR lExcellence -reace the highest perfection in these "CORNUCOPIA " "QOW" BRLANOh UAR PRI4h I"DIAMOND" CREAMERIY, "FOUR-LEAF CLOVER" CREAMERY. JAS. F. OYSTER~, Cor. 9th & 14. Ave. 'Phone 27r. SRE. EADS inrenter. K Street, MRS. M. A, DELANEY OF 45 EAST 54TH ST. NE ORK WILL OPEN AT THE *Arlington lHotel Gowns andc Wraps, Esther of 9amelot. Esther at Camelot wa1s: mesuer of Ving Arthur's "Table Rud-'* Is an p-te-date weman who ne sam table and_runs a square boarding house. Her husband haithree profes sios, and can't decide wbld'e 4them to prac tie. Esther of Camelot diereg thUT-traditions of her craft. In her eatls l t soup on Sunday is not a harbinger of hash 'Wednesday, chicken croquettes for Friday and Infnee - for Satur day. If viands from her te ever recon structed, It Is so beautifUlly t a Pinkerton detective couldn't identifi ' Esther of Camelot calcula4 wI and is pros perous. She Is creative. W, has ade a dish washer out of that trouser ;ther husband. When Eather of Camelot frst came across Ready Bits she figured thus: "M3eet of my boarders are in a hurry mornings. A cup of coffee and a dish of Beady Bits is just what .hey want. A package of Ready Bits at any grocer a costo only 15 cents, and contains enough food for 15 breakfasts. No cooking, no labor, no fuel, no time Is required In its preparation, because Ready Bits In ready-to scrve. With coffee and cream the total first cost of a Ready Bits breakfast Is about 5c., maybe less. As I get 25c. for that breakfast. I can stand it. That's about as good as running a corner drug store, anyhow." So Eather of Camelot sailed In with Ready Bits. Her wildest hopes were e*eeeded. Not only did every one breakfast on this delicious, whole wheat, maltosed cereal, but it wasn't long until it was the leading article of diet at every meal. Meat bills diminished. Profits increased. 'oday Esther has so much money that she Is thinking of hiring a new dishwasher and sending her husband to Harvard to learn another ornamental profession. 5c. a Loaf. -Genuine home-made -"Milk" Bread. Made -of the best material -and mixed with fresh -milk Instead oft, -water. Delivered -fresh daily. 5c. loaf. Home-made Pies, 20C. Holmes' Bakery, 1st & E Sts. 'Phone East 864. ja8-th,s,t-40 OFFICE SUPPLIES. SLANK BOOKS and Office Supplies of every description for merchants, law yers, physicians, etc. Satisfactory quaities-satsfatory,4pces. E7:Good Founta)n Pens at $1. C. C. PURSELL, 418 9th St. NEW BOOKS. STATIONERY AND ENGRAVING ja8-th,s,t,14 Table Tal ver THE COFFEE -never lags when the coffee is good. Our Mocha and Java Coffee is a favorit4 with accom plished hostesses. Roasted fresh every day. Per lb. .38c. E7'AlI orders promptly delivered. H. P.Av. Fine Groceries, Wines and Iquors. inS th 1, _i8uo Established a Century Ago. oR 1 years-twenty-six ad ministrations-we have had the patronage of those closely identified with the highest official and social life of the capital and country. Gailt & Biro., JEWELLERS, SI LVERSMITIUS, STATIONERS, 1107 Pennsylvania Avenue. ja8-th,s,t,40 Reproductions I of Antiques in Furniture. Our facilities enable us to furnish you single pieces or the furniture for a whole room in any of the classic periods-Colonial, Chippendale, Shera ton, Heppelwite, Empire, Louis XIV, XV and XVI, etc.3 Richard We Henderson~ 1109 P Street. 3 Drink GENEVA Lithia Water * * ta 'lyour health If you are weli. Prribe * * by physicians. GENEVA 'WATERn CO..142 "We guzarantee everything we sell." purps un to$rt S. J. Meeks' Snesstyle s n18-tu,th,s,3rn,14 Large Size AntIracite PEA CO For immediat1 gl Ivery, $9.50 a Ton. JonKennedy, gl~"2 r Purn rel styleS, as well as, in the best! Imodern French designs. s.~'els sne ordrFuotee wuraldema oraee. THE WGELD OF 800IETY THE FIRST OR T=U 3aCEEyO~ S COTTTLIONS LAT NIGHT. Lady Herbert Deceived for the Com mittee-Teas and Cabinet Becep tions-Future Events. At the White House reception tonight carriages will approach from the north (Pennsylvania avenue) on 15% street, and enter on the east side of the White House, opposite the Treasury. Pedestrians will follow the same route. The gates will not be open until 8:20 o'clock. Two carriages will drive under the porte-cochere at theI same time. Coach men will be provided with numbered tick ets, which must be preserved by them in order to regain admittance to the grounds. Gyests will also be provided with tickets of the same -number as their carriages. These they should carefully preserve, in or der to call their carriages. Guests will depart (as well as arrive) on the east side of the White House, on 15% street, opposite the Treasury. Separate dressing rooms for ladies and gentlemen will be found at the lower end of the grand staircase. After leaving cloaks in the cloak room guests are requested to pass up the grand staircase and go to the left, through the private dining room, Into the state dining room. The sociabilities yesterday had an old-time flavor, a series of cabinet at homes and several teas for the daylight hours and a number of dinners at night, finishing up with the Bachelors', an event that contin ues to hold its own in social value, though losely contested by a variety of other subscription affairs. The holiday sugges tions in the decoration of the National Rifles' Armory were exceedingly tasteful, red predominating' everywhere, and the flower favors and the pretty trifles for the Dther figures being tied with red ribbons. Lady Herbert made a most gracious host ess for the committee, and Mr. John Van Ness Philip led the cotillion, assisted by Mr. George Howard and Major McCawley. rhe committee under whose direction these otllions are given consists of Mr. Jesse Brown, president; Mr. J. Lee Phillips, vice president; Mr. George Howard, treasurer: Major Macomb, Lieut. C. Davis, Mr. Rich ird T. Merrick and Mr. John Van Ness Philip. At the parsonage of the Church of the Advent last evening Miss Carolyn Schnebel and Mr. Philip C. Hyam, Jr., were married by the rector, Rev. Edward Marshall Mott. Dn account of the recent death of the groom's mother only the immediate rela tives were present. Immediately after the eremony the couple left for New York. Mrs. E. S. Moore, 1710 New Hampshire ivenue, has invitations out for Friday even ing, January 23, at 9 o'clock. , Mrs. Kearns, wife of Senator Kearns, ar rived yesterday to spend the remainder of the winter. She is a young and very at tractive woman, both in appearance and manners. Last year she remained in Eu rope with her young children. Although somewhat fatigued by her long journey cross the contlinent, she was making calls in the afternoon. Later in the month she will begin to receive callers on Thursdays. Senator and Mrs. Kearns are at the New Willard. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald DeKoven had a gathering of their friends last night to hear Mr. Gabrilowitsch play. At a dinner earlier in the evening, the other guests were the Russian ambassador and the Countess Cas ini, the Austrian Ambassador and Baron ass iengelmuller, Mrs. Van Rensselaer Cruger, Miss Wallach, Mr. Cambridge Liv [ngston of New York and Mr. and Mrs. Henry May. Mrs. Frank L. Browne and Miss Ruth dberg Browne will be at home at the Co lumbia Fridays in January. The Misses Morris, sisters of Justice Morris, welcomed several hundred fr,ends yesterday at one of the most interesting re eptions of tihe winter. The spacious home :f the family on Massachusetts avenue was thronged with callers who were hospitably looked after by Mrs. Hastings and Miss Col bert, sisters of the hostesses; Mrs. Claude Swanson, Mrs. Francis Nash, Miss Jose phine Merrick, the Misses Hume, Miss Shep ar, Miss Perrie Anderson, Miss Lambert, Miss Iillyer and Miss French. In the din ing room Mrs. Seth Shepard and Mrs. Wil lard Warner were vis-a-vis at the flower Eleked Cable, and in the library Miss Ed garina Hastings and Miss Gertrude White, schoolgirl nieces of Justice Morris, served the punch. Miss Bessie Dorothy Root, assisted by Mrs. Herbert Wright, the Cambridge, de lightfully entertained Tuesday, January 6, t a matinee euchre a party of twenty. Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Knox, Mrs. Payne, Miss Wilson and Mrs. Henderson were at home to callers yesterday and the-Sast hour of the afternoon was quite a busy one for ach of the hostesses. Owing to Mrs. Hay's bsence in New York, no reception was held st the home of the Secretary of State. Mr. nd Mrs. James Wadsworth, jr., made The round of cabinet calls. Mrs. Shaw had the assistance of Mrs. Ehrener, Miss Fountain and Miss Emaa Shaw, the latter presiding at a cosy tea table in the dining room and exchanging hatty conversations with the visitors who !ound lingering much to their taste. Mrs. Knox's agreeable personality was elt throughout her drawing rooms, where she was assisted by Mrs. Showalter, Mrs. ibley, Mrs. Allen and Miss Johnson. Mrs. Payne, who has been quite ill since New Year with a bad cold, was sufficiently ecovered to see callers yesterday. She had lrs. Cameron and Miss Jones, Miss For ter and Miss Macomb with her for the tfternoon. -Miss Wilson's receiving party was large and her reception well attended. Mrs. Theo lore Bingham, Mrs. Fabyan of Chicago, liiss Grace McKinley, Miss Mattingly, Miss Southerland and Miss Anna Ewing Co-ck 'eil assisted. Mrs. Henderson, wife of the Speaker, re 3eived in the Normandie annex and had the ompany of Mr. Henderson during the late fternoon. Miss Palmer, daughter of Rep resentative Palmer, who has just returned from several years' absence in Europe for nusical study, sang delightfully several songs. Miss Koon presided at the flower lecked ref reshnient table in the dining room and Miss Sereno Payne, Miss Dalzell, E~rs. and Miss Hull and Mrs. Metcalf as sisted in entertaining the callers.. The Postmaster General and Mrs. Payne tave a dinner at, the Arlington, when their able was decorated with poinsetta blooms rnd their guests were: Secretary Moody. ustice and Mrs. Holmes, Senator and Mrs. Aldrich, Gen. and Mrs. Corbin, Capt. and Mrs. Cowles, Gen. and Mrs. Drapqr, Mr. rnd Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh, Mrs. Cameron, 11iss Louise Jones and Col. Biddle. Mr. George Albert Birch, son of Edward F. Birdh of Georgetown, and Miss Mary alayton Hemmick, -daughter of Mrs. Emma Schley Hemnmick, and granddaughter of the ate CoL. Win. Lewis -Schley of Baltimore, vere married last evening by the Rev. Pather James D. Sterling. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride, 1819l F treet, the immediate families only being present. '1he bride was attired in renais iance lace ovir silk and carried a shower bouquet of rosesa qnid lilies of the valley. After an informal reception, Mr. and Mrs. Birch left for a short trip south. They rill be at home to their friends at 1819 F treet after February 1. Miss Marie Moore. the second daugh ter of Mr. R. M. Moore of Rich ond, Va., and Mr. Wyatt O1. Franks :* .Birmingham. Ala.. were married at 1t4 1street last -agt. M*e awaein -was :he outcome iof a pretty raaanW 2-' rana, Cuba, where Mr.- Franks was chiet eerk to the ecptain of the port during the American regime in Cube. The ceremony ras performed by Rev. Dr. Mott of the hreh of the Advent. The pariprs of the oore residence had been- prettily decorated or the occasion with palms and potte pants. After the oeremony mui- la erved. Thie bride da atred'la gem mouuehfue de gate, ihawqe of )~ 14m. The brde . qb*Wt 'Misoie Joe R seattaa.' i 4erm at the bride and a few intlmate frisad at tended the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Crobper gave a duner ISi night in benor of the Secretary of the Treasury -and Mrs. Shaw. to meet whom there were present Mr. and Mrs. Willian Dudley Ffoulke, ex-Secretary of the Navy Herbert, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Jenkins, Mr and Mrs. George C. Becker, Mr. and Mrs Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bennett, Mrs Stanley Matthews, Mr. Wauters of the Bel gian legetion, Miss Sherrill. Miss Sbeeac and Mr. Charles M. Ffoulke. Senator and Mrs. Depew had another no table company dining with them last night their guests being the British Ambassadol and Lady Herbert, Justice and Mrs Brewer, Justice Brown, Justice and Miss McKenna, the Belgian Minister and Baron ess Moncheur. Senator and Miss Cockrell Senator and- Mrs. Hanna. Senator and Miss Kean, Senator Beveridge. Mr. and Mrs Merriam, Mr. and Mrs. Rockhill. Mr. and Mrs. Sloane. Mr. and Mrs. Legare. Mrs Postlethwaite and Miss Paulding. Miss Bertha Louise Robinson, 1415 21st street, will give a tea Mondayanuary 12 5 to 7. in honor ot her sister-in-law. Mrs George D. F. Robinson. formerly Miss Eliz abeth Bash Sloan of Baltimore. Mrs. Charles W. Needham and the Misses Needham will receive - tomorrow at theil home. No. 1833 Jefferson place. The Misses Lena and Rose Kamrnerer de lightfully entertained a party of friends al their home, 149 A street northeast, Tuesday evening, January (i. The parlors were pret tily decorated with palms, and the suppel table in cut flowers and smilax. The chiel feature of the evening was a peanut hunt the first honor being awarded to Mr. Gu) Eiker and the second to Miss Bertie Hough .The company included Misses Jannett Blanch and Florence Hughs, .Miss Bertie Hough, the Misses Florence and Olive Johnson, Miss Barrett and the Misses Lena Rose, Bessie and Viola Kammerer, Messrs Neil and Guy Elker, Frank Fagan, Vintor Hough, Jesse Angel, Peirce Levis, Edward and Tony Kammerer. Mrs. Max Goldsmith and Mrs. Charles Goldsmith will be at home Fridays the bal ance of the season, 1334 Yale street. Mrs. R. M. Frank and daughter, Mrs. M. H. Caro, will be pleased to see their friends Thursdays at the Burton, 310 C street northwest, during the winter. Mr. Adolph Boder of Durham, Conn.. is the guest of Mrs. Mary L. Koenig, 1755 L street northwest. Mrs. J. T. Granger, 1838 Connecticut ave nue, on account of recent illness will not be at home Saturday. January 10. but will re ceive on Saturdays, January 17 and 31, and February 14. Mrs. Fuedendall. wife of Capt. Ira L. Fuedendall, A.Q.M., IT.S.A., now on duty in Manila, P. I., is a guest at the Ebbitt for a short time. Mrs. William Henry Beck will not receive Mondays at the Ebbitt during January. Mr. and Mrs. T. St. John Gaffney of New York and their daughter, Miss Humphreys, arrived at the New Willard this morning and will attend the President's reception to the diplomatic corps at the White House tonight. Mrs. Charles Dwight Sigsbee will be at home at the Cairo the remaining Saturdays in January. Miss Halford. 162 22d street, will give a 5 o'clock tea Saturday to mcet her guest, Miss Atkins. Mrs. D. S. Gordon, wife of Colonel Gor don, left Monday for Topeka, Kan. Mrs. E. R. Wallace, Miss V. Thompson and Miss Purdy will be at home the remain ing Fridays in January. Mrs. J. Sylvester Phillips will not be at home tomorrow, but will give a tea Friday, January 16, when she will be assisted by the young ladies of the Laise-Phillips School. Mrs. Fred Dennett will not be at home tomorrow, but. will be glad to see her friends, informally, the following Fridays in January and February at 1706 S street. Miss Elizabeth A. Farran, daughter of Mr. Francis M. Farran of Bel Alton, Charles county, Md.. was married yesterday afternoon to Mr. B. Wilson Bond in the St. Thomas' Manor Church, at Chapel Point, Md. Rev. Father P. H. Brennon of St. Thomas' Church performed the cere mony in the presence of a large number of the relatives and friends of the couple. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bond will make Bel Alton their home. A home wedding Tuesday evening was that of Miss Minnie E. Sherwood, daughter of Hattie E. and the late Tyler Sherwood, to Mr. H. Frank Meetze, both of this city, by the Rev. William S. Hammond, pastor of Epworth M. E. Church South, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. William H. Dickerson. Miss Maggie Berry, who was maid of honor, wore a becoming gown of cream batiste over silk and carried pink roses. Mr. Harry Hasson of Wilmington, Del., was best man. The bride wore a sim ple gown of white nun's veiling over silk molre and carried a shower bouquet of bride roses. After the cerem'ony a recep tion was held. Among those present were: Mrs. Hattie E. Sherwo~od, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dickerson. Mr. R. Tyler Davis, Mr. and Mrs. John McCulloch, Mrs. G. B. Branson, Mr. George Meetze, Miss Masie Meetze, Messrs. Tom Manthan and Yost Meetze, Mrs. Nash, Mrs. J. Biondi, Mrs. J. Connois, Miss Mary Connor. Mrs. J. Hafie, Miss Lena Hafie, Mrs. L. M. Burtt, Miss Nettle Burtt, Miss Gertrude Yeabower, Miss Anna Newmeyer, Miss Belle Allen, Miss E. C. Fawcett, Miss Flora G. Whit ney, Miss M. Harper, Miss Maggie Hoover, Miss Alice R. Yingling, Miss L. Rector and Messrs. S. E. Moore and Fred. Williams of New York, Charles A. Evans and William T. Dickerson. nephew of the bride. The couple received a large number of presents. Mr. and Mrs. Meetze left on a trip to South Carolina, the bride's traveling suit being black broadcloth and black beaver bat. Mrs. A. Kaufman, 1312 Yale street, will be at home tomorrow, January 9, from 3 to 5. Mrs. John Tweedale will not be at home Fridays In January. A very pretty wedding took place at high noon yesterday at the pastoral residence of Rev. Father MoGuire at St. Joseph's Cath olic Church, on the Manor, near Buckeys town, Frederick county, Md. The contract ing parties were Miss Emena Frances Fits simmons, a daughter of Mr. J. Ignatlus Fitssimnmons, near Buckeystown, Md., and Mr. William M. Bean of La Plata, Charles county, Md. The bride wore a tailor-made blue traveling suit and carried flowers. The groom was attired in the conventional black. Miss Teresa Fitzsimmons, sister of the bride, played the wedding march. After the ceremony the guests repaired to Locust Grove, the residence of Mr. Fitssimmons, whrere a wedding breakfast was awaiting them. The bride was the recipient of gaany presents. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Bean took the train for Baltimore; thence to his home near La Plata, Md., where they will reside.. Owing to the death of Mrs. Samuel Engs, the mother of Mrs. R. B. Bradford, Mrs. Bradford and her daughters will not receive Fridays during the season. The Capitol Hill History Club met on the afternoon of January 7 with Mrs. John Cushman. 323 East Capitol street. Roll -call was responded to by short accounts of Eng lishmen famous in the history of India. Mrs. W. E. Cochran read of the Indian mutiny and Mrs. Cushman read a paper on "Is War Necessry?" Mrs. Aii B. Browne of 1i P street will be at home to her friends Fridays in February. Bettu of Barry Park. HJarry Park and' wife, the cyclists, who A:allr baar ingexcomr ti-spotgyr, ihave return'ed to the city. WHsrEIPE. In WsuMsgt, D. 0., es YTeimay, -s usu . , as Mr. seei Mrs. Jms. Dasa par1 a U ecter *ab ho v. waR d K. Mett esdat 0. RYAN, Jr. and CaRMNA. SC3NB4 beth be thin city. * WADDELI-41AWMING. On Jamary 7. 1388 at the resieace at the bride's father. by the Rew. TenNIs BmN, Mr. ROBERT PCOT WA1r DELL of West Chestetr. Pa., and Mrs. ANNIS NOMA lPALING. eldest ds ter t * 1r. J. Feed Thompses. * BRAY. On Wednesday. Jamary 7. "n. OGA A.. Jr., yengeet ehild at 0... A- and 1d2 Bray (see Moan), aged tw, years and thre months. Funeral from 515 14th street nostheast. FrIda. January 9. at 2 o'clock. Relatives and trii 0 Invited to attend. CAESAR. Sadtieely. at his parents' veadence. IS3 34th street northwest. January 7. 1908. at 4:15 a.m.. HENRY J., beloved om of Henry and Johanna Caesar. Funeral will take place Friday. January 9. at 9 o'clock. with a high mass of requiem at Holy Trinity Church. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attead. e CUSBERD. De rted this life Thursday morning. January 8, 1 1. at 5 o'clock. at her residence, C28 8 street northwest. after a long ill"ess. IhIbch she bore with Christian fortitude. ANN MARIA wife of the late Daniel and mot her of James W., Amelia C., Elia E. cusherd and Emma Cosberd-Lewis. Funeral from Nineteenth Street Bag,:bu Church Sunday. January 11, at 2:30 p.m. Friends art invited. 2* DE GRAW. On Thursday. January 8. 1sM. at 8:20 a.m.. at his late residence. No. 9 Sth street southeast. ABRAHAM PAUL. IE GRAW. in the seventy-fifth year of his age. Funeral services Saturday. January 10. at 3 p.m.. at Keller Memorial Chunk. 9th and Maryland avenue northeast. Interment private. iNew Jersey papers please coW.) 2* DLILN. On January 7. 190^, at 9:15 p.m., MARGARET M. IDILIAN. a native of County i1merick. Ireland. aged ifty years. Funeral from 518 9th street southwest on Friday. January 9, at 8:30 a.m ; thence to St. Dom. incs 1hurch where requiem mass will be sa'd. Relatives and friends invited to attend. * FA'LKNER. On Tuesday, January 6. 193, at 9:30 p.m., JENNIE R. FAULKNER (ne Lee. Funeral will take place from the residence of her mother. 1404 A street southeast. on Friday morning. January 9. at 9 o'clock; thence to St. Peter's Church. where mass will he said for the repose of her soul. Relatives and friends In vited to attend. tBaltimore papers please copy.) 2* FRENCH. On January 7. 1806, at the residence of her nephew, Frederick I. Hoban. Ammentlale. Md., ROSA C. FRENCH. formerly of Was:iing ton, D. C. Interment private, at Mount Olivet cemetery. * OWYNNE. On Wednesday. January 7. 19143. at 12:10 a.m.. MARIA 0.. widow of the lae Carey Gwynne and daughter of the late An thony Preston. in her seventy-fourth year. Funeral from her late residence, 1407 1. str.-et northwest. on Friday. January 9. at 2 p.m. 20 HOWOOTE. On Wednesday, January 7. 1910, from acute pneumonia. ALBERT C. IIOW )T'r, aged thirty-one years. Funeral private. IRWIN. Suddenly, on Thursday morning. January 8. 1906. at 1 o'clock. RICHARD L. lRWIN son of Jno. W. and the late Mary Irwin. and husband of Bertha Irwin. Notice of funeral hereafter. * JOHNSON. On Tuesday, January 6, 1903. at 11:55 p.m.. at the residence of his paents. 408 24 street northwest. WILBUR, eldest son of F. Warren and Alta L. Johnson, in the eighteenth year of his age. Funera. Friday. January 9. at 10 o'clock a.m., front the residence of his parenta. Intermuent jri vate. to JONES. On Monday. January 5. 1903. at Summer ville. Georgia, Dr. JOHN DAVIES JiONNS. 2* LINDSAY. On Wednesday, January 7. 19. at 2:25 a.m., Mrs. ANNA LINDSAY. mnother of Mr. Colin C. Lindsay of Alabama, In the seventy-seventh year of her age. Funeral service will be held at the Chapel at Oak Hill cemetery Friday, January 9, at 2:0 p.m. (Alabama papers please copy.) * MILLER. On Wednesday, January 7. 1914. at her residence. 118 C street northeast. after a lin gering illness. Mrs. MARY M. MILLER, rellet of the late George H. Miller. In the vevenly ninth year of her age. Interment private. Funeral on Friday. Jaunary 9. 9 a.m., from St. Joseph's Churh. * IlSKELL. Departed this life at Asheville. N. C.. January 7, 1903, GOLDIE C., beloved daughtIr of William A. and Zadie L. Miskell, in the twentieth year of her age. Funeral from residence. 801 H street northwest, Washington, D). C.. Saturday. January 14., at I o'clock a.m. Interment atmHerndon, Va., at 2 o'clock p.m. NAYLOR. At 2 a.m.. on January 6, 1903. lIENRT NAYLOR, husband of the late Susan E. Naylor, aged seventy-three, at his niece's reside-we. Silver Hill. Md.: father of H. B. Naylor and Mrs. C. W. Crump. Funeral will take place from St. Barnabas Churh, Silver Hill. Md.. Thursday, January A. at 10 o'clock. Friends and family respectfally invited to attend. RATCLIFFE. Suddenly, on Thursday. January.8, 1903. MARY C.. beloved mother of C. B. and Frank S. Ratcliffe. * SCOTT. On Wednesday. January 7. 1W.. GEFOtGE W. SCOTT, beloved son of Elizabeth and' Th.s. J. Scott, at his parents' residence, Sunmner ave nue,. Anacostia. D. C. Funeral 1 o'clock Friday, January 9, from Camp bell A. M. E. Church. Relatives and fri-nds -invited to attend. SELLHAUSEN. On Thursday. January 1R. 1903. at 1:15 a.m.. ARMIN A. SELLHAUSEN. aged twenty-seven years and six months. dear and beloved son of Emilie P. Sellhausen and the late P. A. Sellhausen. Notice of funeral hereafter. SWEENEY. On Wednesday. January 7. 19*4, at 4:30 a.m.. PATRICK SWEENEY. reliet of the late Johanna Sweeney. Funeral will leave his late residence. No. 2334 Br.ghtwoo4 avenue northwest, on FrIday. Jan uary 9, at 8:30. thence to Immaculate 4onep tion Church, where services will be held at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. 2* In Memoriam. BURREL. In wad hut loving remembrance ..fm beloved husband and onr dear father. fI\ERt BURREL,. who departed this life two years ago today, January 8, 1901. Friends may think we'd son forget him, And our wounded hearts he healed, But they little know the sorrow That's within our hearts concealed. * BY HIS WIFE AND CHIIJIIEN. GIBBONS. In sd but loving remembrance of my dear sister, MARIA GIBBONS, who died aeven years ago yesterday-January 7, 106. "You have reached the joys of heaven; You are one of the sainted hand; For your head a crown of gold is give. And a harp is in your hand." BY HER BROTHER REV. W. P. GIBB:ONS, AND NIDE ETHISL.,* MAGRUDER. In sad hut loving remembrance of mny dear son, FRANCIS MAGRUDER. who de parted this life fifteen years ago today, Jan. ary 8, 1888. Had He asked us. well we know We iheuld say, "0, asaE the Now;'' Yea, with streaming tears should pray. Lord, we loved him, let him stay. In love he lived, in peace he die His life was asked, but God denied. C EY HIS DEVOTED MOTHER AND SISTEiIS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, W. R. Speare, Undertaker & Embalmer, 340 F STREET NORTHWEST. Everythin stricy B5t-ca ad cm the mesS PREY bROs~. Service and prcsgaateed emtisfactory. 1830 14TH ST. l.W * msMain 1060. se3-tf JOSEPH (JAWLER, 1782-1734 PA. AVE. N.W. se10-tf-4 Telephome maim 121. R. F. HARVEY S SONS, NUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 1325 14th St. I.W. Telephome Main 323, mes-tf4 FKANK GEIER'S SONS, 1118 SEVENTH ST. N. W. gsl-76 Theghami Chi. Maim 1l1l. Adolph J. bchippert, mS0 Pa. Ave. N.W. '";:1." JOHN R. LOWE, WOEmmeOn TO 3. W. nAKED. d12 U1th et. n~w. Telephnm Ne.. Mate 1265. J. WILLIAM 153. 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