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Tuesday's Pro# Continued One day's ! :syness at this s1 following day, and so on. It's a I day to day and season to season. ing up one season's stocks at bai introducing new goods at prices I way. It's our way of keeping yc store's doings-an interest that a SILKS MOST A Handsome Colored Striped Corded Wash Silks, in wide, me dium and narrow stripes, in all the newest colorings, including some with all white cords. 30 pieces in this lot. On sale tomorrow at....... ce 24-inch New Printed Satin-finish Foulard Slks, extra fine twilled cloth; the season's newest crea tions, including Figured Japanese Habutal Silks in polka dots and small figures-n navy, brown, re seda and white grounds. The pop ular silk for the new Shirt Waist .Suits. On 49c. sale tomorrow at .......... Fine quality Black Satin Rha dame, every thread pure silk; an excellent wearing silk that sells usually at 69c. Our price tomorrow .......... ce 28-inch Black Japanese Habutal Silks; guaranteed perspiration and waterproof; has rich luster like the Mnost expensive silks. Worth Mc. Our price55c for tomorrow ............... e5c 69c. quality Black Peau de Soie, 2o inches wide, all pure silk, with a satin finish. Spe cial price for tomorrow. c. 27-Inch Moire Velour Silks, with rich luster, and a variety of pretty designs to select from-in old rose, pink, reseda, blue and - black. Speciai price to- O C morrow..........;............ e All Silk Pongee, 24 inches wide, strong, firm texture and good luster; guaranteed to wash. Regular 59c. quality, to- 50c morrow, at ... .. .. .. . .. 50 e Kimonas for 79c., $1, $1.50 and I A little early for thin Kimon there's a bargain such as this to > the tempting opportunity to take Kimonas at a figure that enables '.1 bargain. The lot is made up of F ured Swiss and Figured and- Plai pretty patterns; also in plain and short styles; every size from 2 stead of 79c., $i, $1.50 and $2 tt the purchase enables us to offer 3 of the lot for................... Sample B We secured i,68o sample Be ples carried by the traveling men turers. Of course, we paid a rid certain we will let you have the E of them are full double bed size, some Marseilles patterns with al Some are soiled. We've divided1 ridiculous prices: Regular 75c. and 89c. ! Regular $1.00 and S1.2 Regular $1.50 and $1.7 Regular $2.50 and $3.5 We'Ve purchased the entire< from one of the largest and best-I. A chance for the housewife, for ti has need for chinaware. Many v many will fill in their broken seti usual cost of such goodseveir 14 who made them.. 500 dozen 7-inch Plates, with fes tooned edge. Special...........2%c 500 dozen 8-inch Plates, with fee tooned edge. Special..........4%c 5400 dozen 9-inch Platee, with tea -tooned edge. Special..............c 200) dozen 10-Inch Plates, with fes tooned edge. Special.............6 -250 dozen Soup Plates, with fes -tooned edge. Special.............o -255 dozen 6-inch Oatmeal Dishes. -with festooned edge. Special..3%c 50 dozen 1-quart Fancy-shaped Bowls. Worth 10)c. Special........c 8-inch Fancy-ehaped Vegetable -Dishes. Worth 15c. Special........80 0-inch Fancy-shaped Vegetable - Dishes. Worth 19c. Special. . 1c -10-inch Fancy-shaped Vegetable Dishes. Worth 85c. Special...130 200 Gravy Boats, with fancy edge. Worth 19c. Now............ .....tOG 150 8-inch Covered Dishes; worth 45c. Now.....................8c. Big Reductioi Best Machine Needles, 2 for....c. 4c. Wood Cabinet of Hairpins.A.c. 10c. Barbour's 200-yd. Linen Thread.Tc. Snap Hooks and Eyes, per doe. .c 7c. Roberts Collar Forms.........e. Dressmakers' Pins. 6 papers for... .5c. flc. M. & K.. Darning Cotton. spool. .1c. Ironing Wax, with handle, 6 pieces for ...............................5c. 20. Good Black Silk. 4 spools for. .fc. 10c. 24-yd. pieces Twilled Tape... .5., GOLDENBERG'S BURCHELL'S "SPING LEAF" TEA. Beautiful amber color. Clea r - s crystal. No aedimihent. D licious flavor. 16c.l. N. W. BUZUJL R 7th AND STPT, Bargaifi nise U'usyness.. ore develops attractions or the Togression of bargain sellig frow At the present time we're wind gain prices and at the same time hat ring equally true in a bargain iu constantly interested in this lways results to your profit. RE SELLING TTRACTIVELY LOW. New -Imported Printed Peau do Cygne Foulard Bilks, 24 inches wide. In Polka Dots and am"a fg ures. The latest thing for Shirt Waist ~7ufs. at the special price if......... Regular 98c. quality Crepe de Chine, in tlack, white and col ors. Beautiful clinging silky weave, so much used for evening wear. Special price for tomorrow ........... 75c Genuine Lyons Dye, pure Black Peau do Bole Silk, 21 inches wide. the reversible, non-crushable kind so much In demand for Wdresse. worth a-, to b-85c. offered tomorrow at...... Black Taffeta Silk, 36 inches wide; heavy rustling quality. Regular 98c. value, 89. at................... New All Silk Black Grenadines, 45 Inches wide, In satin ribbon stripes; taffeta ribbon stripes and plain Iron frame mesh. The very fine textures that never sold for less tha 98. c Special for tomorrow..... * Extra fine Black Peau de Cygne, 27 inches wide, soft and non-crushable. One of the new est silks for handsome gowns. Worth $1.25. On sale here for one day only,$ at ................. e Extra Heavy Black Peau de Sole, 86 inches wide, rich black. with satin finish, the correct SMilk for Handsome Coats and Skirts. $1.75 value .45 on sale tomorrow at... at would -ularly sell i2 to go for as; yes, but never too early when e had. We simply couldn't resist a maker's whole output of thin s to give you an ideal Goldenberg 'igured Mercerized Pongee, Fig n Lawns, in dainty colors and white; long 2 to 44; in e terms of ou a choice ..........O d Spreads. d Spreads, the accumulated sam of one of the largest manufac culous price, and it's equally as oods as we bought them. Most ome few single bed size, in hand l-over and center piece effects. :hem into. 4 lots at the following ;preads at - - 55c. 5 Spreads - - 79c. 5 S preads - - 98c. U Spreads - - $1.98 el1ain Ware jthe Regular LPrices. verproduction of White Porcelain nxown producers in the country. ie hotel man-for every one who ill pick out whole dinner sets -all will pay about a third the ~ss than the goods cost the man 125 Covered Sugar Bowl. of fancy shape; worth 30c. Now'... .'.S.. 250 Fancy-shape Water Pitchers. .10c. 100 Fancy-shape Milk Pitchers. ... 7c. 125 Fancy-shape Tea Pots; worth 50c. Now...................25c. 100 Large Uncovered Chambers... .25c. -8,000 Cups and Saucers. Special, per wet of 12 pieces................e 500) dozen S-inch Fancy-edge Fruit Saucers..-----.-.--.............2. 1,200 Individual Fancy-edge Butter Dishes ......................1. 250 Fancy-edge Meat Dishes, 11 Inch she......................6c. 300 12-Inch Fancy-edge Meat* Dishes .......................10c.+ 150 14-Inch Fancy-edge Meat Dishes ......................1. 100 16-Inch Fancy-edge Meat I Dishes.......................Sc.4 I75 Is-inch Fancy-edge Meat worth 15c. Now........... Sc. ris in Notions. Sc. Twilled Garter Web, per strip. .2c. Sc. Universal Hooks and, Eyes, per Skeleton Waist and Hose Support 12 dos. Agate Buttons for..........c. Sc. Pearl Buttous, per dos.......2c. * Metal End Measures............... Ac. + 15ic. Double- Nalnsook andi StockinetY Dress Shields, per pair...........c. , 7th and K Stredts s -ea.ma see* ses gasss a $2.50 ~ a Vidi VidlShoes, pecial Price $30 HESE Shoes have just been received. They are NEW- SPRING STYLES and- include both lace and button shoes. with kid tips and patent leather tips. $4 is the reular price; $3.10 is the "special' price dur ing this sale. Other items of unusual in terest at our Mid-Winter Clear ng Sale. R"'s Button and XAce bhes. ather, Boz l and ; broken alses. WereSI ow.. A WOMen's Button and Lace Shoe. to Varl Women's Dongola and Bma Ct ftSoes;, broken sians. Were. $&5.2 NO w..... :................ . Women's Button and Lace Shoes in BE AXJT1r Ideal Kld; 'brokn$4~I ."..r,, $5. w..... 4.00 Snyder & Kidd, Successors to Hoover & Snyder, 1211 F Street. it "CORNWEIL'S ON TER AVENUE" Pillsbury's Minnesota Flour, Comment on the quality of this flour is unnecessary. Buying it at our "special" price, $5 bbl., is a most desirable investment. Q. U. CORNWELL & SON, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, 1412-1418 Penn. Avenue. fe1-m,w&f-40 B. H. Stinemetz & Son Co. BARGAIN Prices on Kch Furs. 'r is not necessary to have an immediate need for furs in order to become interested in this Reduction Sale. Buy these Rich Fur Jackets, Sets and Separate Pieces NOW at BARGAIN PRICES, and lay them aside for next season. The NEWNESS of the styles shown makes this course ad visable. Expert Repairing, Altering and Remodeling at lowest prices consistent with first-class work. B. Stinemetz&n Hatters & Furriers, 1237 Pa. Av. it "T0 Rawr Without a Pull. The "Juibilee" ofrr excellnce. . tlIIJf iniaensbio th an Exchanged if it doe. not .______ Prie.$280.Hoedwitt charge. W alford's 90& P.ae SPORTING AND ATE1MO 100OB A MO n CURES ALL .Headaches. 25c.-50c.,$I. 171t's absolutely FREE from harmful druge. Try it next time you get a headache. STE VENS'Z'''"^ fe16-m,w,f,2 .1 REPAIRING' RUBBER GOODS ma, of rubber tt repairabe Overshe .sol. ebr.e o. e .... aer.t T te M .dee nON Dbr SAY,Tr.ofVhce RUJBBER CO., ",,,iw*yV 5OC~O TO GOODYEAR RUBBU ViO, 8Saleof Furs wil pa o to bo and keep unti nx Twoabe't F Bo.... -.6 and10.00 Fur,at. g 'WOLP PUR CO. Old "foo.roV VIli L '44K Invitattonw to te Zlu Tie rot" Des PLnqV)eand 3. -Alexander Pavtow. Rooan minWer to K have bees satt it. - The text is following the foreigh oustos ars'JUMqointly by the general of Infantry *U&%bae. Pavlow. parents of the bridegroM, ** by A. ajad Me. Gabril1 Des PlaequeS, parents of tb6 bride. The Russian ambasilador's invitation to the ceremony fixed for Th"Vsday evening at 10 e'clock at the Ru801" embassy, Rhode Xmland avenue Is also inclosed. The com pany livited is litted'to Iemberk of the diplomatic cpri and phrsonal friend. of t6e couple. The Russiaa embassy, after a: few days, -will be located In the residence; I Rhode Island avenue, ocqftlid - by "former Vie President Morton dioffg his term of o3i6. and'ls owned by dlm. The house is ams ei6us and well adopted to purposes of large entertainments. having two front entranceW one a Theoaihts ioom -is probaNy the. largest roo:k the house and amply satisfied Mr. M on's needs, and few public effigislo ha0necenetles in that Iti th is tialI#eW ft maukded. Mrs. Roosevelt. who- wa a&vIsed by her physician to take .a few 4.ys test, Is rapid ly recovering her usual good health an* Is up and about the; house 'today. Miss Roosevelt and Miss Root started south last night, accompalied by two maid servants. The young "ladles occupied a drawing room. section in the palace car Hawaii, and will reach New Orleans early tomorrow. Mrs. Showalter gave a musicale Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss Grace McKinley. The occasion was very pleasant, the hos tess being assisted by her school girl daugh ters, and Mme. Merou, Mrs. Burrows, Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Nash and Mrs. Rixey. Those contributing musical numbers were: Miss Palmer, Mr. Stanley Olmsted, Mr. Rum mell, Miss M. C. O'Toole and Miss M. Gil hooly. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Sturtevant gave a card party Saturday niglt, the date being their tenth anniversary. , Vey iere the recipients of numbers of alpiopriate pres ents. Mrs. Robert J. Wynne, 915 Rhod6 Island avenue, will -not receive tomorrow, but will be at home Tuelday. February 24. Mr. and Mrs. Jeremfah -Collins .of 2010 Wlyoming avenue entertained at dinner. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Gilliland, Misa Veazie, Senator Gibson and Mr. P. M. Collins of Helena, Mont. Mrs. Frank Paul Leetlf. 'will not be at home on Thursdays owing to Illness In the family. The valentine reception which wa) ten dered by Mrs. George H. , Mrs. L. E. La Fetra of New Yor J. Walter Duvall,.Mrs. Charlotte A. abf Philadel phia, and Miss Haslup at La Fetra's. Satur day evening was a decideC-__ sa. About two hundred were presenlit,Te parlors, halls.and refreshment roon;v 4re tastefully decorated - with palms, esp"' and Amei can beauty roses and hearti pierced with golden arrows were much ence. An orchestra rendered appir.Ae music. Dainty ices and coffee were sWyd. The la dies assisting In the tea rofbtLwere Mrs. A. J. Arbeel., Mrs. Charlesa.S'orrest, Mrs. Grece Woodburn, Miss Mef &,ss Carter, Miss Gallagher. Miss DuyVAj -4ttw Gault, Miss Polkinhorn,%Miss Mar*on 44uts, Miss Noyes and Miss Rectbr. Mrs. Charles Darwin -Pennebalser will re ceive her friends on Toiuft-f, .?ruary 17, at her home in Georg'4to*n. Misses Lena and Mary r of C1ee land are guests of their Mr. Charres M. Pepper, for two weeks atj%e Westmilk stAer. Miss Laura Sinclair g%vs . jagentijne party Saturday evening at her hoine, 1211 80th street northwest, and a game of pro gressive euchre ~was playe. The .lady's prize was won by Miss Annie Msterson and gentleman's by H. P. Hudson. Consolation prizes were given -to Mrs. George Collins and Mr. Hoover Hanger. After the euchre a bufEet supper -was served. The remainder of the evening was devoted to dancing and singing. Selections were rendered by Miss Laura Sinclair, accompanied by Mrs. Geo. Collins; solos by Mr. J. W. Sinclair, H. P. Hudson and D. W. Sage. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Winter Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sinclair, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. John Pruit, 'Mrs. William Barr, Misses Maggie Donohue, Annie Masterson, Grace Awgur, Sadie Topley, Louise Sage, Beulah Luxton, Bertie Kelly,.Laura Sinclair, I a. and Flora Pruitt, Virginia and Carrie Hanneke, Nelle and Rose Edwards, Messrs. 1. P. and R. Hudson. R. H. Hutchinsoub.d4e Haneke, Nelson Parker, M. O'Neal, Roover Hanger, Frank Tucker, Frank Moiske and R. H. and W. F. Sinclair. Mrs. Myron M. Parker will be at home Tuesday, February 24, and not tomorrow. Mr. Henry B. Polkinhorn and wife, with his sisters and Mrs. Edwin - Derrick, will start for Florida this evening. The marriage is announced, of Miss Lora Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C, Cort land of Asheville, N. C., to Mr. Charles N. Thomas of Boston. .The ceremony took place at noon Saturday at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Norton, 1528 Park ave nue, Baltimore. A birthday party was given~ to Mrs. Mary Ida Cunbingham at 647 flth street north east by her daughters Mary and Christine. Those present were Mr. Frank Snyder. Mr. William 'Murphy, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Walter. Minnis, Mr. Albias Cunningham, Mr. Henry Cunningham, Mr. Burns, Mrs. L.- Burns, Mrs. Belt, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Gillan, Miss Taylor, Miss Burns, Miss Me A. Cunning ham, Miss C. K. 'Cunningham, Miss Julia A. Cunningham, Miss Nellie Sheppard, Miss Ada Gillan and Mrs. Curtin. The Misses Forrest of 3339 N street north west will be informally at home tomorrow, The Virginia Euchre- Club met at the residence of Mr. and -Mrs., Spink's, 308 Massachusetts avenue northeast, Wednes day, February 4. The .firit, prises were awarded to Miss Ada' Spinks and Mr. C. G. Rober'ts, respectively a)d. booby prises to Miss Nina Spinks aullEr. L. 1L.e Harding. After the awarding - jap;js.s the guests were invited to the dining -room, where dainty - refreshments werer erled. Those present were: Mrs. A. Haedng, Mr. L. M. Dunstan, Mrs. MacDo1 l)r. aiid -Ers. Skinker.. Mr. and Mrs. C. .'Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Spinks, Mr. L. L.~ , Miss L. Reed, Mr. F. Power. .ks AAa and Nina Spinks, Mr. Q. Ada* n.Mr. 3. M. Harding. The Misses Dougherty.g,RIAode Island avenue will not be- at -hom.,Aoemorror. Mrs. Charles W -tuSsell & street ~northwest, h*..as her, Lila Scott, daughter of - T. M. t Cares and her daughfters, Mrs. , l 4 and Mrs. Elga C,. Cainmmildli,,l be at homie, 16B Howard aeen sethwest to morrow fiom S to 6 Mrs. Walter 3.D9sl~~ato ,ra Hag.i0 ~ iCin kona A tet et VM bOW f th 1ti44aw oielss of thtiixi io.-Aea the Ca the aveMst aS.a VION 6 n - y s 1 = Whee, t d'h booley. Mrs. Gerge Fraadrin Lippitt,, 1002 Mary land a'venue nortMiut will be at .home Tuesdays In March. - Mr. and Mrs; Alfred S. Gillett have left for th sough ad- wll send two or three weeks in New Orlanns-. A numb r of friesksgathered-At the fiome of the Misses O'Brien, on B street northeaSt,t Priday evening. Among those present wer' the- MisserwGertr8d*. 4n Luise 'W--0k Helen Smith and Gertrude Richards O Pittsburg, Messis. JaMes Whales Charle lennings, Alphonso Burns, Adoloh baugh Clarence 0. Wood and H. N. laten of Baltimore. Mrs.-Flynn and Misg Dolothy FlyfU are lif Chicago for a few days. Mrs. Griggs, 1g70 California avenue, wife of Iepresentative James M. Griggs, will be Lt -home tomorrow from 3-40,6. A dance was given -Saturday evening by Mrs. J. Sylvester Phillips. The specious drawing room fpor. was converted into aL Valentine bower, red hearts arranged in Showers being. suspended from the chande iers while the doorways-. and halls were gracefully festooned. Among those present were Mrs. Robbins, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Thad feus Rolybins, Mr. Rafael Herran of the Co loapbian legation. with his sister, Miss Llice Herran, the Misses Gr'fith of Indiana, Miss Welle and Miss French of Ohio, Mr., John Fitzpatrick, Mr. Clarence Frey, Mr.' E. H. Dane, Miss Florence Gray, the Misses Rous, Dr. Bennett, Mr. Kirk, Mrs. Combs, Dr. Keifer, Mr. John Queen- Slye, Miss Kathern Cox, Miss Julia Huggins, Dr. W. W. Whitcomb, Mr. Carter, Mis Agnes Stewart, Idise Minnie Noble, Mis* Laura Paul and Messrs. Morgan, Holliday, Oller, Woolen, McLain. Oriith, Evans and Hail. Mrs. Murray Gait Motter, 1815 Belmont avenue, will be at home tomorrow and, r'hursday, February 19. Mrs. Frederick G. Berger. 1756 Q street, will be at home tomorrow, from 8 to 6. Mrs. W. Elmer Bacon will be at -ome toniorrow for the last time this season. Mrs. Stephen Ford Holtzman will be at rome tomorrow at the Colonial, 1305 30th street. Mrs. Newton A. Strait of 2210 13th street, issisted by Mrs. James L. Marshall and the Misses Bishop, gave a valentine party gaturday evening.- Novel games were en loyed and refreshments served. The- ceiling nd- walls of the dining room were artist ically decorated with Spanish moss through which could be traced hearts and other decorations in honor of the patron saint, pink being the prevailing color scheme. 'Holy Cross Alumnae Euchre was delight fully entertained on Wednesday by Miss Grace Dunn. Prizes were won by Miss Ruth Hendershott and Miss Eva Fow ker. After the awarding of prizes luncheon was served. Among those present were Miss Lillian Baum, Misses Fowler, Misses Toumey, Miss O'Brien, Miss Loughran, Mrs. Trail. Miss Nolan, Miss Schwartz; Mrs. Yerby, Miss Daugherty and Mrs. Cullen. The F. V. G.'s entertained their friends at a valentine party at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Emmons, 803 0 street northwest, last Friday evening. The rooms were tastefully decorated in palms, mistletoe, hearts and arrows. After games a dainty repast was served. The prizes were awarded Miss Bowling and Messrs. Wool ridge. Weiserbach and Cunningham. Vocal and instrumental selections were rendered by Misses Myers, Emmons and Brown and Messrs. Ely, Weiserbach and Emmons; readings, Messrs. Renner and Cunningham. The guests were Mrs. Jenkus and Misses Conner. Bowling. Crass, M. Brauner, G. Brauner, Myres, Lydane, Fawcette, M. Bricker, L,. Bricker, Emmons, Davies, M. Brown. B. Brown, M. Shelton, Le Preux, McCarthy and St. Clair and Messrs. Wol cott, Black, Cunningham, Horner, Weiser bach, Ullman, Kaiser, Ely, Pratt, Lannon, Delhl. Qtinn, Haskins, Krouse, Asquith, Woolbridge, C. Jenkins, E. Jenkins, Brown, Emmons, Renner, Miller, Weeks, Bohraus and Hoy. Mrs. R. B. Tenney and Miss Tenney will not be at home tomorrow, but hope to be on the following Tuesdays in February. Miss Bertha Marie Goldsmith, daughter of Mr. Robert Goldsmith of Newport, Charles county, Md., and Mr. Richard P. Murphy of Bel Alton were married Wed nesday last in St. Thomas' Martor Church, at Chapel Point. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. Father Brennon, in the presence of a, number of the friends of the contracting parties. The Church of the Holy Ghost at Cobb eck, Charles county, was the scene of a double wedding a few days ago, when Miss Maggie Farrall became the bride of Mr. John Wallace and Miss Ida Lacey that of (Mr. Joseph S tine. Rev. Father ingling officiated. On the evening of the 14th instant at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. T. Ii. O'Connor l large gathering of the friends of their young son Maurice celebrated his third birthday. He was the recipient of numer us and pretty valentines. After enjoying a number of pleasant games refreshments were served. Among those p resent were Masters Maurice and Francis O'Connor, Maurice, Edward and Denny O'Connor, Jo seph and Russell Kelly, Frank and J. Hur Ley, Raymond and J. Bligh, James and E. Liston, Lonnie Birley, W. Buckholtz, Ma mie and A. Hurley, Emma and M. Mc Chard, Mary, Annie and Kathleen and. Katie O'Connor. Ella and A. Liston, Evie afrisby and Lorraine Birley. Miss Ruth E. Rupp of 1717 5 street north west will be at home for the last time this season tomorrow. Mrs. James K. Gleeson of 1316 R street will be at home Thursday, February 19, from 4 to 6. Miss Helen Varick Boswell and her guest, Miss Mildred Reid of New York, will be at honie informally at the Cairo tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6. Mrs. Geo. W. Rouser of the Farragut will not be at home tomorrow, but will re ceive the following Tuesdayd of the season. A most plaant evening was enjoyed by the Dervishes -and their friends at their german, which was held at Robinson's on t. Valentine's evening, February 14. A pleasing feature of the evening was the "Regimental March," after which the mem bers and guests adjourned to the dining all, where (supper was served. Ampng the members present were Messrs. Dodd, Pleip, Muckenhaupt, Wheatley, Pannard, Hughesd,, ioster, Sanders, K-elm, Thompson, KealinIg, Moore, Dr. J. R. DePFaa'ges of WoshInsten, D. C., and Mr. 3. T.' Barker of Batinri, d. 'The guests of the- evening werd assb Ward, - bSerwood, Muttnnhup". Mten, Spencer, Lee, Foster, Moore, Spleat, Witter, Rooche, Jarvis, White. - Carter, Shxufs, Oliver, Gardner, Brady, Mrs. IL. A. L. Bar. gen the Misses Sharplesd, Messrs. >Harris, Carter. Sazton, Barker, TAmihert, ine Dr. 3. B. Yates of. -shmg and r. ~la es eathertoie of Dnil,Vs e~ iergasi was-led, b1: Mr. . -W i-Thp-p sn 'and the chaaiqemes were Mrs. Carter, Mrs. SneD ad Mrs. Dutterfs and Sft Agriftiture a"& Miss a * oo r the pre%& and Mn. Rernevel at rd, thgi the Matter was not Satrdwig the neessity of her takh - ed rest rom eial obigU&ns. -Ae others wrewent ww the Secretayy or Satie and m. the.,9W*etery of the T y a"M Shaw. Postmiater Gen al and Mrs. Payne the Attorney General and Mrs. Knox. the "ecr=~ of the Navy. Msa, Hitehenk, Me= Thomas F aa,Ms Grace M a' a Mr. Jasper Wilson. Mies Quay was in Pittsburg Friday night to attend the recetion and- dapc given -f her brother, Mi. Richard R. Quay, and wife, at the Alleghany Club. Mr. and Mrs. Quay and thelr ai are to leave Wed nesday for, their winter bone at San- Lucie, Fla., to remain until spring. Senator and Mrs. Hanna will go down to Thomasile, Ga., Lfter Congress ajourns,. Others who contemplate spring trips are. Mr. and Mrs. Hut, who will go to the Ber mydan: RepresentatlvAnd Mrs. Dalsell. who will go to' M66, ka-Benator and Mrs.- Quay, who wilt ge' down to theR Florida. home. The class of '78, the pioneer of the High School of the District of Columbia. held Its twenty-fifth'banquet at Freund's Saturday. The officers present were: President, John B. - Espey; first vice president, A. T. Mau pin, jr,, qecond viee president; A. T. Hen sey, secretary and treaqurer; Prof. H. L. Hodgkins. The following mynembers were also present: Mr. C. B. Rheem. Captain W. I. Reynolds Mr. Geoge A. Prevost, Mr. J. H. Jones, Mr. -C,. W. Cluar, Charles R. Luce, Mr. A.. V. Middleton, Mr. Frank T. Chapman. Mr. Tohn2J. Connor and Mr. Wi. J.'Palmer. Addresses were made by Mr. Espey, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Prevest and Captain Reynolds. After a pleoxent evening "Auld Lang Syne" was sung before the meeting adjourned. Mrs. John F. Rizey, 1272 New Hampshire avenue, will not- be at home tomorrow, but will be at home the next Tuesday. - The ladies of the. Columbian Universitv gave a "St. Valentine" dance and recep tion in University Hall Saturday night in honor of the junior .class of the Corcoran Scientific SchooL and a -few invited friends. Orange and blue, the university colors, pre dominated everywhere. Zighteen numbers were played by the orchestra and about twenty-five couples danced. Unique favors, some of which were very funsy, were dis tributed. Dainty refreshments were served. Among -those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rippey, Mrs. Pistorio, Mrs. Hodg kins, Dr. C. W. Needham, president of the u.nliversity: Prof. N. Munroe Hopkins, Dr. Hermann Schoenfeld, Misses Irene Pistorlo, Adah Burtt, Bessie Ridgely, Hallie Her riott, Maude Meigs, Wheeler, Blanche Meigo, Allen, Dawes, Ford, Donaldson,Wal lach, Koetz, Monroe, Wilkerson, Roeth, Ed wards and Appleby, Messrs. H. B. Barn dollar, Murray, Ricketts, W. A. Boyd, Selt zer, Henry Maynard,. Brearly, Clare Fair bank, Reudy, Henry Hughes, Parsons, Haynes, Faustman, W.- C. Thom, Repetti, Rabb, Thompson, Petty, Burrell, H. Pear son, Drysdale, Sngilsh, Kennelly and Edler. A very unique valentine party was given by Mrs. Louis R. Smith at their home near Tacoma Park, D. C. The parlors and din ing room were prettily decorated with thou sands of paper hearts. . Many enjoyable games suggestive of the day were partici pated In. A "heart hunt." for which 1,000 tiny hearts had been hidden, started the evening's entertainment and caused much merriment, after which progressive hearts, arranged with a different game at each ta ble, was played. Later a "wheel of for tune" was turned, each guest receiving a well-known quotation relative to his future fate. First prizes . were awarded to Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Wisner and Dr. Wisner, and booby prizes to Miss Burrell, Mrs. Skelton and Mr. Burrell. At a late hour a dainty collation was served. Those present were Dr. and Mrs. P. N. Wisner, Judge W. D. Harlan, Mrs. E. E. Skelton, Mrs. Mae E. Marshall, Miss Marie - Fernandez, Miss Edith Burrell, Mrs. George D. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jolliffe, Mr. Ernest Bur rell, Mr. Alfred N. Smith and Mr. I. M. Flocker. Mrs.. Fred Dennett, 1706' 8 street. has cards out for a musical tqa, Friday, Febru ary 27, in honor of Mrs. Oldberg. Mrs. Dennett will be assisted by Mrs. Marshall, wife of Representative Marshall of North Dakota, and Mrs. Bell, wife of Represent ative Bell of Colorado. A masquerade party wras given by the Kendall Green Merrimakers last Saturday at the home of Miss Alice V. Campbell. The members and their numerous friends pres ent had a merry evening. The ladies' prize was awarded to Miss Sadie Dahl, who took the part of "black mammy," and the gen tlemen's prize to Mr. George A. Finch, who represented "Gloomy Gus." After the awarding of prizes by Mr. R. A. Morris the masqueraders were entertained' with a pleasing program, which consisted of vari ous games appropriate for St. Valentine's day and solos by Messrs. George A. Finch and W. Henry France. 'Among those pres ent were -the Misses Fannie H. and J. Mae Wright, Alice V. and Grace Campbell, Jen nie V. Jordan, Ethel Symonds, Louise Swift, Adele Clements, Ida Schneider, Ella E. Finch, Sadie D)ahl and Edith Reed, and Messrs. R. A. Morris, W. Henry France, W. W. Clarridge, John F. Reid, George A. Finch, William Dahl, Clair Wiggins, Hugh A. Toomey and Henry True. A pink and white valentine party was given by Mrs. M. L. Chamblin at 1812 G Street nort-hwest on Saturday evening, to her young daughter Miss Garnet Chambl,in, who being a little valentine herself, cele brated her fourteenth birthday. She was ably assisted in having a good time by about fifty young friends. -The evening wa.s spent in games of all sorts, for which the prizes were n.umerous and handeome. Dancing was also Indulged in, but what was the most enjoyable was the singing of the songs of the day by thie fifty clear, young voices, led by. Mr. Adolph Farrah, who presided at the piano. Mr. Glen Morse also gave a number of fine selections on this Instrument, and with his elder brother, Mr. Bryan Morse, divided the honors as masters of ceremonies. Among the young ladies the successful contestants were Misses Claire Collins and Zina Sykes. In 'history" and placing the heart, Miss Margaret Mensel receiving the consolation. prize. The successful gentlemen were Mr. Will Dunn, Mark Finley and Marshall Duff. Mrs. Wmn. Andrew Boyd and Miss Purman gave recitations. At 9.o'clock the' march~ was formed to the dupper room. Sus pended above the supper table was a large doll poised as St. Valentine, the spirit of the scene, after having left at each plate a pretty -valentine. Among the guests were the Misses Jean Crawford, Natilee Blake, Gladys Moore, Margaret Menzel, Edna McKnew, Leona Kidwell, Vivian Peavy, Helen Bollanger, Edna Lockwood, Alletta and Anna Magruder, Vloa Lender berger, Edna T1homas, Helen Appler, Flora Linkens, Kathrine Philips, Clair and Flor ence Collins, Zina. Sykes, Marguerite .Pow ell and the fair little hostess, who received her guests with her mother, looking very. sweet in ~white silk and pink ribbons, carry ing- pink' carnations. The young gentlemen present were Masters David and Karl Kin dieberger Udwaa4Poweil, Tom and Caster -Rust, Carlyl WitiingWill Mnmea, 81 Dunn, Geo. Magruder, Raymond. ell, 'Wal teF Lockwood, 1(alcom ad 'Harreld Mor Igan, Bry'aaif Glef -Morse; Lather I1n ariss. Landen annng Jao. sEEee Ridgley Southros, Lewis Merriam, Howard Ludwig, Meri.diileF and Marsall Duff. STh.e older gsets 'were Mr. and Ma. cha.s N. Watnon, Mr.) Boyd Watson, 'MI=. Pur tean, Mrs. Wat. ndrew Boyd,- Mr. T'. B. BubbeU, . bln, -Wms Martine of1 News Terk. Miesiiemam naMr. Adelph A ~ a-aqm-e' te '~aat' 1n0t 4* asses.. --mftap. reter Daiselve f mL rowne, who msClgueC'ati auaeptet ~edsIs the filowedr-a amsmte est d ie meotou se his aufivat in-man& 3% to Dow the Iedeaan aaserssssaastt 1 t the ees . , f a4eet i a bum I& this ef be tells of his work a* ftff' his method of oftodw, the rnest ott poetmamseer on a *afrg of bavinr lb t e Aest ofte of hbout 2,e. Tihe Saft was takes from the GRe tfd thrsw* into the bay after the money had been reamwed fre It. Browne recovered the se after had done c*. siderable diving. .Be *has for his rawa 3y. It Is his.1ntestion,to sign his position and go Into business. Wi 1Med fr Prebat, The, will of Gofte H. Carroll, dated July 1. 101, wa filedaoday for probate. He estate Is left to his wife, Alice V. Carroll, who la named ezecutrij. (Rev.) C. A. . JA*IVET, Pedibyterles Mise, Pa rtb. India, write.: "s a e bow mnb my I am able to relieve with Jens Espectesat." --OTeva !UEDTOI0I GEEN- Ma.. Iae amereen ann. the marriage of her da i M e vu GREEN, to Mr. GUT C. iW!5kjjW_ at leh -ile. Md., -en Jamuty 27, 196. 'by the Rev. Mr. Campbell. WRISIGR-RODRIGUIL In this et& February i, 190, JOHN NASH W=m810 of New York and KATHARINE . RODIGUE. of this city. BMn CARROLL. On Saturday. Februay 14. 10. at 11:45 a.m.. JOHN W., Jr.. beloved en of Lacy A. Carroll, aged bjU-three year. Gone, but not forgotten. ueral briees Tuesday. February 17, at E'eaeser M- B. IL Ch. corner 4th and D streets moeth. east, Relative and friends invited to attend, * 0OGGINS. At Balti Md. Seday, Febnary A5 1INS, FLORCIC L. COGGIS, daughter of Mr. and Mr... .. Oi (.ee mKen.le) agsix years. ' Funeal private. OROPLEY. Os Sunday, F,UY 15. 1901 MARY L., wife of E. Maurice and iugliert of the late Elisa M. L. Beacher. Funeral Tuesday, Febrasy 17, at 9 a.m., from Holy Trinity Church, with ines. DELANEY. On Saturday. Febrary 14, 10, at 5:0 . at re 440 lot street south west, IA J. 91111. , beloved mother of Alice D. Behm . Funeral servieW3T1msdayh FebnWar IT. at 1 p.m.. at Israel C. M. . ch,b and streets southwest. Friends and relative ilvited. * DnRENT. On Say, Fe 1u , 15. 9 , at 3:30 a.- at her residence 19 street northeast, ErIA E., wife of Wallam Edwan Demoent, aged seventy years. Funeral services were held today at 2 p.m. GARDNER. The funeral services of Dr. FRANK IAN A. GARDNER will be held at his late residence, 1018 14th street northwest, an Tues day. February 17, 1908, at 1 o'clock. Friends invited to attend the funeral. Private inter ment at Rock Creek cemetery. . * GARDNER. The members of the Homobopathie Medical Society of tbe District It Oolumlia will please attend In a body the funeral of Dr. F. A. GARDPJER. The services wil be held at his residence, 1 p.m., Tuesday, the 17th instant. GEO. W. N. CUMIK, President. * FORDAN. On Friday. February 13. 190. In Pitts burg, Pa., MARTHA JORDAN, daughter of Susan Branch. . MACHENHIMER. On Saturday, February - 14. 1903, CHARLES PAGE MACHENI 2MER, M.D., formerly of Fairfax icounty, Va., in the seventy-fifth year of his age. Funeral will take Dlace from his late r.nidece, 1525 8 street northwest, Tuesday, Febriary 17, at 11 a.m. Interment private. MacNAMARA. On Friday, February 13, 1903, at 10:30 p.m., at her residence. 78 a street north west, MARY BLAKE MacNAMARA, the widow of John MacNamara. Funeral from St. Aloyalus Church, with solemn high mass of requiem, Tuesday, February 17. at 9 o'clock a.m. Interment private. DFFUTT. On Monday, February 16, 1903. at 3.5 a.m., at 418 East Oapitol street, BENJAMIN GRUBB OFUTT, beloved son of Edna M. Offutt, aged thirteen years. funeral private. - 38BORNE. On Sunday morning. February 15, 190, TERESA M., wido* of Charles B. Osborne. Funeral from her late resIdence, 1226 13th street northwest, - Tuesday morning, the 17th Instant, at 10 o'clock. Seavkes at St. Matthew's Char.h at 10:30. Interment at Beck Creek cemetery. SMITH. Entered into rest, on February 1 1903, a& 917 16th street, ELIZABETH S. SMI . Puneral private. Kindly omit dowers. 20 SULIVAN. On Saturday, February 14. 1908, at 1:47 p.m., MARY SULLIVAN of 1015 Connecti cut avenue, sister of the late Mrs. Denls J. Downing. Funeral from 1746 M street northwest, Torety, February 17, at 9:30 a.m., to St. Mattew's Church. Relatives and friends invited to at tend. Interment at Mount Olivet cemetery. rHORNEY. Departed this life, after a' ill ness, on Monday, February 16, 1903, at *:45 a.m., at her residence, 1521 Union court north west, beloved motber of Matha Berry, Charles and Turner Alexander, aged sixty-eIght years. Puneral Wednesday, February 1tb at 2:30 o'clock p.m., from Asbury M. arch, corner of 11th and K streets northwest. Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend. 2* WEAVER. Departed this lita on Sunday, FebruarY 15, 1908, at 9:20 p.m., THOMAS A., beloved husband of Mary J. Weaver. Funeral from his late residence, 1518 Qatreet northwest, Wednesday, February 18, at p.m. 2 WU!AVER. Passed away, on Saturday. February 14, 1908, at 9:30 a.m., RICH ARD St. WEAVER, beloved son of Kate and William H. Weaver, in his twentieth year. Dearest Richard, thou hast left us; We thy Ioes most deeply feel; But 'i God who haa bereft us He can all our sorrows heal. BY HIS PARENTS AND BROT ES Funeral will take place from his parents' residene% 424 0 street northwest, Tuesday, February 17,; at 8 t.m. In X.mnorlam. IIIL. In fond and loving remembrance of mFi . dear brother, JOSEPH C. HIL who died fourI years ago today-February 16,19. Loved in life: remembered in death. BY HIS LOVIG SISTIER; MOLLIE WOODOON. ntITH. In sad but loving remembrance of eat dear, devoted, affectionate son ad brother, HARRY E. SMITH, who died four years age: today-February 16, 1899. Gone in the ,best of his days: Blighted in manhood's bloom, Torn from the hearts that loved him: To sleep in the silent tomb. And we,who linger only know How much was lest Sear years ago. 5 MOTHER AND SISTERS. FUIERAT. DIRECTORS. FRAN K GEl ER'S SONS,' 1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. de6-78t* Telephone Call. Main 1018. Adolph eJ, Schippert, :2008 Pa. Ave. N.W. '?hei. W de5-Sm.4 JOHIN R. LOWE, SUdCil||OR TO R. W. BAKER, 612 11th at, n.w. Telephone No,, Main 1997. nod-it J. WILIAM LEE, Funeral Director and Embalmner. LUvery in connection. Omino.ness hael and -eee eramatorium. Modes te. 132 PnnsulvaRia ave. n.y. Telephone a,190 -T. CLEMENTS, awanAND-arfnsa J. He RADLEY 3W h t.. W.,.. - . SCOwuwCO.