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LANSBUROH & BRO.
Store Opens 8:30 a.m. Clos Women's I Suits an The arrival of the latest smu Jackets and Skirts has made our There is no good idea that t ing from this important showini The late arrivals possess t sought after and found only in t the many styles on exhibit we me Spring Suits. Ot d Women's New spring suits in At$10'i~ gray and white, black and white, and blue and white mix tures, fancy Eton jacket, long tab front. postillon beck: jacket all satin lined; skirt full flare, with percaline drop. A good value- at $15. Spring Suits, $18.50 & $19.50. We offer a large assortment of the latest spring styles in smart spring Suits-every one a good value. Colored W, A Brilliant Collection of Hopsacking, the newest fabric for waist and dress; colors are pink, cadet, tan, navy, light blue, cream . and black; 25c. value, at, per yard.............. ...... Bedford Cords in all the newest printings for walst and shirt waist suits; Me- value t 11 C. per yard...................... 5,000 yards of Dimities and Batiste in all the newest colored and black and white effects; also lIttle figures for children; 12%c 9C value, at........................ Spring CI 89c. Basket Suitings, 69c. 52-inch Basket Cloth. A desirable suiting for suits and separate skirts, These are shown In mixtures. Oxford, medium and light gray and castor. Per yd...... * $i-5o Vicuna Cloth. $1.2.5. 56-Inch All-wool Vicuna Cloth, me dium weight, suitable for unlined suits any season of the year. Beautiful blues, browns, greens, red and gray. Per yard..:.....................$1.25 Lansbura 420 to 426 7th St. * RUBBER 11 Temporari Mild winter-weather ha tion of Rubber Boots and i These Goods are all of the as we need the room for in, shall cut prices as follows FOR THIS N Rubber Boots. Bit*Ee. os""~."* 95c. L.aaed Boots, all es*.Yot* ' B..***". $1.35 ses*.'toe*i.*.3 $-5 Mn' ol or".' cotton $2.25 Storm King Boots with buckle. at the top; chiM.se.,6eto 2.... $1.35 Y.mthW SIes.n t.nBu $1.85 Bors' ui..,1 t.s5.... $2.15 Me-.ss I nd. at.... $2.60 That big lot et Women. fine Kid BESBURG 9HO3 MANIUFACTURIl rapid rate.-You had better come In Shoes made to sell I Shoes made to sell I Wino Hahn & 3 Reliable Shoe i-I A New Branch Postal Telegraph Office. HEas Been Ogened at Hierbst's' Drug Store, 2500 Pa. Ave. Telegras and Cablegrasm to All the WorM. LANSB OiJ 00MiZ es5:30p.L. Saturday9p.m. qew Spring I Jackets. t styles in new Spring Suits,' stock most complete. he season has brought forth miss he dash and smartness so much he very high-priced garuents, Of ntion these: - Blouse Suits. Blouse Butts. At $1St he mart spring stylm, In black. brown, blue. castort all sises; nicely braided; taffeta-lined blouse, pretty postillion back. An extremely stylish suit; well worth .50. Spring Dress Skirts, $4.98. Women's New Spring Dress Skirts of black serge, percaline lined; lengths, 89 to 48; waist. 22 to 38. ash Goods. Beautiful New Textures. 8M-inch Madras, in all the newest prin&ngs; a good fabric for ladies' suits and boys' and menVs shirts; 18c. value, 1~ at'.........................12Y c 1,000 yards of Silk Mousseline; colors are nile, pink, rose, maise. hello, red, tan, light blue, ca det. navy and black; 20c. value, at...................... e 2 cases of Printed Swiss, style. as pretty as the more expensive fabric; all the newest printing; In colored and black and white ef fects: also plain colors; 15C. value, at............j, th, Specially Priced s. for This Week. $1.5o Fancy Suiting, 98c. 56-inch Extra Heavy Meltons, Striped and pin flecked novelties which sold for 1.50 per yd. Blues, geens, browns. grays. and 9 $2.oo English Cheviot, $r.59. 56-inch All-wool English Montagnao Cheviots, heavy and firm, In blues. browns, reds &and bl. Steamed gratis. 59 xd........... .......... 15 h & Bro., 417 to 425 8th St. %OOTWEAR y Reducedo s left us with an accumula rool-lined RubberFootwear. best known qualities-but :oming Spring Shoes-we VEEK ONLY: Rubbers and Arctics. Buckles'*ic.1.......9c. Men 's best $1.25 Buckle 87c. Arctics..................OzC EXTRA HIGH CUT 8 BUCKLE ARCTICS. Men's $2.50 kinds..........,. $1-85 Women's $2 kinds........, $o. Children's $1.50 kind.----- 95c. MenPs 75c. grade Storm and Low cut Rubbers..... O8c. Boys' 500. self-acting Rubber.-Bisee 8 to 5%... ceN1 B..ken se..of Wm.s.. ""'c . bes..'f."."'10 Boot. w.e.ls.d o.t from th. cHA. qG CO. at a way-off price Is golng at a it ce and secure a Pair. or $2.50at - - $1.65 or $2.00Oat - - $1.35 ,.o.'9 Cor. 7th and KC Sts, 1940. S,,,4,,.A.x, )useS, 33Pa. A,e.SE. -Unce lam mei emu as to epair er,oeg" it .no eles beemmse we de the pair yeer eles at little est. CURE GUALgr ' LeNard's Uric Acid Solvent A edme 13Dt bra. ma Iti a u , K iDs3 'RUni em.ogg r...... t,.a.s..l. ... ,,a"U RHEUMATIS A at. es 3 Usiiensa wwe, s met in Terns. Plp neely v g, ANNO1 that he has. severed his connec BROS,' and that he,now cos lishment at No. 7 West 31st S Mr. M. HAAS AT THE Al Where he will take much pleasuri In --showing NIBW and EXCLUSIVE: February I8 Formerly of n. HAA5,HAAS BROS., 7 West 31Ast St., Independent oil Co., MANUFACTURERS OF THE VINBST GRADES OF LUBEIOATING OILS AND GREASES. One of Washington's New Industries. WE SELL PERFECT LUBRICATION. Why you should buy our Oils and Greases: Because they contain the best stocks, far above the average. Because the animal matter we use is acidless and Because all of our oils and greases are made from Pennsylvania crude. Because our oils have Inspired complete con6dence. Because they meet the engineer's requirements better than any other oils. Because they are the beat all-round oils ever offered in this or any other market. Because each gallon is worth three gallons of any other oil. Because when you buy our ois you get perfect lubrication. We handle wiping-waste In carload lots, keep all grades and can give you attractive prices and prompt delivery. We are Independent ot any trust or monopoly. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: IRST AND " " ST . N.E. THONE EAT 879- . oeS-tf-56 PETER GROGAN, Credit for All Washington. We are offering deeper dis counts than ever on fine Parlor, Bed Rooma and Dining Room Furniture, Havi-. land China, etc., and our terms of credit are easier than have . ever been offered before by any Furniture house in Washington. We are making great price concessions on Sideboards, China Closets, Morris Chairs, Hall Racks, Pictures, etc. Carpets made, laid and lined free. SPeter Orogan, 817-819-821-8237th St.? Between H and I Streets. Poor Blood. The myriads of pillaging germs that feed on the life elements and vital parts of your blood, soon de stroy the red. corpuscles, and your pale, emaciated face quickly dis closes the beginning of a decay that ends in a long period of sickness or possibly death. RADAM'S MICROBE KIL LER prevents and cures disease by destroying Bacteria, the organic life that causes fermentation and decay of blood corpuscles. Kill these germs, and nature, through rich, red blood, will kill the disease. - 6145/ Ninth St. N.W. waa. E. Benl, Manager. -Thorn. sr1e-.. FURNA03.............................US.0 D0G. SEOYD AND su3mas... 98.5 PEa TON Consumners' Co-operative ,Coal C6., 6ar F St. N.W. flair OIodsat Italt Pi'lee ..,y ... .. Geap tt~.. *-W-* JNCES'- A ion with the . A S lucts a Ladies' teet, New York -1 LIN(TON2 SPR4N 0 M 0 O,.9S Your Inapction Is SRespectfulyfSolicited. Ladies' TOoring, New York City. INTEREST On Savings. Every one should save something. It's the only way'to get ahead and to provide for the in'evitable "rainy day." UNION TRVST & STOR AGE CO., 1414 F t pays in terest on savings accounts. Deposits subject to check at will, G. PAYNE .. ies President. GED. B. IAMILTO .... Wice Preideat, AttorneL anTrust Ofieer. CHARI S. BRLDLEY. Tear. "ABRY 0. WILSON.. Ast. Treasurer. W. PWANiK D. HERRON ........Audtn&. fel7-tu,th,s,40 r mnmanem m mneinssmun - ne MURAL DECORATING -is a specialty with us. Deco rations in colors tnd relief. Rooms remodeled in con formance to ftges of any period. 2UE. FLOO S la1d complete, IWurdeman"&Co.,1 UMMTEROR IDEDOM"TBSB FUWU9ff=&, 61o 12th St oom The Most-Effective Facial Teament. -results when selentiMe knowledge of the ease in hand Is combined with nua i Methods In treating it. All treatment, at. are conducted on this principle-hence g success. Hattie ft-hatkelette, -8fEnULW Va gME iEhg AM. HAB, 608 11th St. Qj;w ,,eatad Men -Who Are osilog Their Hair -should immedist* secure a course of treatmnat at the offlees of Mrs. Barnes, Washington paving Bank bldg., 12th and G. Hattie . Shaktette's scalp preparations used. - fe17-t.th,28 Strictly reliable qualities. McKnew's -For One Day Only '1.O5O&*I1.25 (loves, 79'. number of lots o oe Fineorni a Kid Gloves, in light weights and piquss, i gl'-es,'an '.ai9c.pr $1 Vesta; 50c. witnhighneE;n ib,,,,Erbed vt $1 kind a halt prie.............5c. 50c. RIbbons,29o. Yard. -Lot oanc nde. heotand 5 inches wide Worth -up to i06. yd.- 2hoc.$$ yu Women's 25k,. t&st black hose (Germail maJge) siz 9 7 only..................... Latest spring sty3em in those dainty little wrist begs at 25o. s,nd 500. WM. H. McKNEW, General D.C. Agets for Dr.l*e Undra, 933 Pa.Ae Have'your eyes exaied free. We not oniger&kM ,iearge for the aimm$e but ask u 1 "% feel no glasses here should you requ~ t2em. 213 F. Esta fise a ury Ago. a t aaY tin- o IS. Ro01MMW VMt over -toM Ibs atraf-to be the gut if Mbs loh William Brec. whop *iv"s an obere party In her honor tonight. Mrs. Roms vatt was aoompanied only- by her , and will return to Washington tomorro' mmropg. Before the opera tonight Mr. and Ets. Brock will entertain at dinner. Mrs. George B. Cortelyes, wife of the lat ast addition ** the cabinet, the Secretary-od Commerce. Is no stranger to Washington society, having resided here since her hum. 1bnd's frst employment In the public serv Ive. During the past five years she has come in contact with the rest of the nota bles making up oficial society. In manner qiet and reserved. she is also a good talker on subjects that appeal to her and has all Mrs. George B. Cortelyou. the domestic traits In her love of home and family that the American people most ad mire and foster. Mrs. Cortelyou's maiden name was Lily M. Hinds and she is a daughter of Dr. John Hinds, president of the Hempstead. N. Y., Institute. Her two sisters. one Miss Grace Hinds, already well known here-are at present her guests. Mrs. Cortelyou is the mother of four chil dren, three boys and a baby girl, and an outbreak of measles. from which they have just recovered, cut her off from any par ticipation In social life this winter, after the first few weeks of the season. She shares with her husband a great taste and love for music. Secretary and Mrs. Cortel you have a pleasant home on Capitol Hill, 238 Maryland avenue northeast, a corner house that faces south and has a cozy in terior. This house was leased about two years ago, and the family has been very happy and contented in it. and where hun dreds have made Mrs. Cortelyou's acquaint ance at her Monday receptions. In appear ance. the new cabinet woman is most pleas ing. and her smile reveals dimples that are immensely becoming. Her favorite gowns are white and she wore during the early winter several unusually pretty ones. Miss Harriet Elizabeth Matthews and Mr. Charles Lewis Latham of North Caro lina will be married tomorrow morning at St. Matthew's Church. Mrs. L. Q. C. Lamar will be at home to her friends Wednesday afternoon, from 4 to 7. Mrs. Graves, 927 Massachusetts avenue, with her guest, Miss Gore of Baltimore, will receive tomorrow for the last time this season. Messrs. Ernest Dammann and Sylvan Luchs weve In Baltimore last week visiting Misses Gertrude Hamburger and Fannie Rosenthal. Mrs. W. A. Morsell of 1006 11th street will not be at home Wednesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Schaefer of 1521 8th street have issued invitations for the mar riage of their sister, Annie E. O'Neil, to Walter B. Harley, Tuesday, February 24, at 12 o'clock, at the Immaculate Conc tion Church. At home after March 15, Q street. Mre. Monroe Lang will be at home Thurs days, February 19 and 26. The Virginia, 2120 G street. Mrs. Burke, wife of -Representative Burke of Pennsylvania will give a tea Saturday, February 21, at the New Wil Mrs. Shaw, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury, receives tomorrow -for the last time this season. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth will entertain'in honor of the .Palyma Society Saturday night, -when the fifty members of this organisation, formed, last year and heard with great pleasure at the Wads worth home, will sing, Mr. and Mrs. Larzs Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Cromwell gave dinners last night, and Senator and Mrs. Hanna, Senator and Mrs. Alger- and General and *Mrs. J. Wattes Kearny will entertain In a simila way tonight. The "Leap Year" cotillion was danced by seventy-five couples last night at Rau scher's,' whsen one-half these present were hosts and the sterner sex not only guests but entirely dependent upon the fair ones for the attentions that went to make up their evening's pleasure. Mrs. Bloomier re ceived, and the chaperons present were Mrs. McKenna, Mrs. Charles H. Poor and Mrs. JTohn Biddle. Mr. Charles. H. Campbell, who may be called a present as well as a past master In the graceful art of cotiflion leading, was in charge. There were all mnanner of pretty favors for the six figures. Mrs. Louis Pendleton Darrell will' be at home tomorrow for the last time this sea son.'. The mezpbers of the. Takojna. Club and Library participated in a valentine euchre at the club house on Oak avenue Satutday evening, and was a -pronounced success. The entertainment was :arranged by Mr. Harvey S.- ngt, chairman of the enter tainment cnnttee, and was largely at tended Mrs. -Jefferson F..- Mossr, -Mws: Robert Moser and Missm Moser will bwat home to morrow from A to9. -Last ev~ening 'at the homus o Miss Julig Collins,111i2 0th street, the members oif the Golden Rtod Social -Club held their semi meinthly meeting. -The membera present were: The Misses Julia Collins, Clara Bachetadt, Mary Coimor; Thereen Bred erf*k, Katie-and 3(ary -Slivnand Allem Kidwell; Messr, Gee.e. TlrDa.vis, William Neff, Noble ht,lrd '1s4 and Maurice NIynn. The met aseetg .win i held at Kmis Mary Cannnes, U ttiste. Mrs. Thomas H oun and the U~ Y tet.~ not' be at ot w w '4l IN"".- JAWe IF44f sea swt -nM T- Vkr NreWsr "JFAS Up A-,C51 ae C40e1 andT Boehmer. ams. O&M. 8, ILah-anA ars Marley wWl receive ftr the last time this season Wed Uesday, Februe 21 frna to. Satrddob ndona -. an Mrs. 2dward Cauwo aae- their Fret -at bom at the Grafton. The hotel parlors presented an ally weil., -0S the tea, taw%, or ewas pink. and *ith pink-saded lamps throwing a soft glow oVer potted rhododendrons and azaleas standing In o hout the rooms. Tall vases o tulips were placed at the four corners f the prettily arranged table, and on mantels and piano. Mrs. Caufman -wore a eream.voile gown, richly triumed in applique. Her ansistants were the Misses Elizabeth,- Francee and Lucy Boyce, the Misses Colt of this city and Miss Patience Val Devanter of Virginia. Owing to the inelement weather of last Wednesday Mrs. Andrew B. Graham will be at home again tomorrow afternoon. The residence of MrPand Mrs. G. L. Fa vorite, Carroll avenue,- Takoma Park. was the scene of a delightful gathering Friday evening last. Games and other amusing contests were Indulged in by the guests. A feature of the evening was the gramaphone selections by Mr. Harry C. Fisk, which were followed by the serving of refreshments. Those who were present on the occasion were: Miss Lizzette Hopkins, Miss Zula Hopkins, Miss May Frost, Miss Evalyn LAwis. Miss Josie Gosorn, Miss Rachel Gib aon, Miss Grace Favorite, Miss Viola Wet 1nore, Miss C. Louise Thomas, Miss Ella Ford of Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. G. L, Favorite, Mr. Arthur Dexter, Mr. Don Go sorn, Mr. Harry C. Flak, -Mr. Earl Graves, Mr. Edwin King, Mr. Benjamin S. Favorite, Mr. Howard Fisk, Mr. Frank Favorite and Mr. Daniel Mattingly. -Mr. and Mrs. George Silver of New York, whose marriage occurred recently, are at the New Willard for a few days, where they will be pleased to see their friends. Mr.'Silver formerly resided in this cfty. Mrs. J. Riffard Mlckle and Miss Addle Ruth Mickle will be at home tomorrow for the last time this season. Mr. and Mrs. Wililam A. Paul of Capitol Hill gave a theater party Saturday night in 'honor of Prof. and Mrs. A. E. Keith of Chicago, Ill. After the performance sup per was served at the Raleigh. Mrs. Paul accompanied Prof. and Mrs. Keith to Balti more to join a party of friends at a supper to be given tonight by Captain and Mrs. Dyer of that city at the Hotel Stafford. Mrs. Paul will re-main over to a box party Wednesday night, after which she will re turn to Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Mackenzie, assisted by Miss J. Berger, entertained the evening of Feb ruary 14 at their home, 650 G street north east, the young friends of their daughter Bessie at a progressive game. It was great ly enjoyed by the young folks, especially the bachelor table. Twelve games were played, the winners being Miss G. Marvin and Master W. Wagner. The rest of the players were the Misses A. Smith, E. GI dings, M. Parsons, M. Rice, L Maclean, 3. Kelly, E. Sedgewick, I. Chedal, B. Macken sle, Master P. Tucker, F. Marvin, H. Key worth, M. Tucker, D. Maclean, E. Haden W. France, . Daly, W. Mackenzie. After the game the young folks adjourned to the dining room, where refreshments were served. A pleasant evening was brought to a close by the rendering of a comic song by Mr. D. M. Maclean. Valentine evening, at her residence on 12th street, Miss Edna Stahl, assisted by the Misses Richmond and Wheatley, gave a valentine party. The decorations and favors were in pink, and games appropriate to the occasion were playA prises being captured by Miss Carroll and Wi, McNulty. The guests were the -Mises Fred ClevelaaW of South Carolina, Marie Erskine, Auce Barnes, Mary and Sadie Carroll, Louise Grady, Isabelle Myrth, Irene Dietrich, Ida Nalley, Margaret Thomson and Miss Es telle Dietrich bf Baltimore, and the, e.s. Perry Arnold, Karl Block,-Albert Dietrich, William M*Nultn Charles Pryor, Mason James and Dr. Brown, and Masters George Cressy and Hugo Stahl. Mrs. Willis Fowler, 114 R street, Ecking- I ton, will be at home tomorrow for the last time tbis season.. Mrs. William Lewis Carpenter will be at home tomorrow at the Farragut from 4 to 6 and 8 to 10. Mine. Quesed., wife of the Cuban mn later, Will be at home for the last time to day. Miss Lillian Mitchell de1ghtfully enter tained a number of her friends with a valentine party Saturday evening at her home, 62 Marylead avenue northeast. The evening was spent in singing and playing games. One of the features of the evening was the heart hunt, in which prizes were awarded to Miss Lul.a Nichol and Mr. Carl Cole. The young hostess then invited her' friends to the diningr room, where dainty refreshments were served. Asng those present were the Mismes Lillian Mitchell, Grace Peters, Lulu Nichol, Florence John son, Lucy Hugle, Florence Hughes and the Messrs. Wallace and Harvey Nichol, Will iam Ruff, Clarence Jo'hnson, Carl Cole, Miss Mattle Mitchell and Mrs. MitchelL. Toward the close of the evening a box of valentines were distributed and caused much fun for the guests, Mrs. Harry S. Jones of 8811 K street en tertained at luncheon. today the Misses Chase, Garver, Crats, Deitwiler of Toled-o, Ohio, and Mism Dodge of Iowa, all of whom are attending National Park Seminary, -Forest Glen, Md. Dr. A. H. Taylor, who has just recovered from a severe attack of typhoid fever, Is at Atlantic City for a couple of weeks. He is accompanied by Mrs. Taylor. Miss Eleanor E. Lamnn,- assisted by her sister, Miss Sue C. Lamson, was the hostess at a pleasant gathering of friends at the home of her parents, 290 8th street north east, Saturday evening last, in honor of St. Valentine's day. After the conclusion of several enjoyable games, in which hearts appropriate to the o4icasion played an Im portant part, refreshments were- served. The guests Incededl Mr. and Mr's. Roy Y. Ferner, Mr. and, Mrs. Ralph M. Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Frederich, Miss Flor ence Morrill. Mr. and Mrs.. Frank S. Lam ison, Miss Carrie Lamson, Miss Bernie Lam son and Messrs. -Herbert R;-Morgan, Wal ter W. Dinwiddie, Rev, Charles Kenny, Marry Burlingame and -Master Frank Lam son. 'Tlg W.shr*tn assemnbly will be given next Monde? erening Ut thi Arlington. The governors are Messrs. John May, pres ident; Edward McCauley, viee president; Walter R. Berry, Charles Bispham, Will iam J. Boardsman, Constantini Boren, Will iam S. Cowles, Charles C. Glover, Arnold Hags!p,.George Bellen, iIeary -May, Thesmaq Nelson 1%ie Walldce F. Randolph, Joseph P. Snger -and John: C. -Peer, secratary treasurer. - - - The Japanese m1nibter "and Mme. Taka-. bird gave- an -elegant- dinner last- night, when-their- guests.- were - Senator Free, Speaker annd Mrs. Henderpen, Senator and Miss Keap, Seates and Mrs. Wtase, - epresentatl*e Hitt, .Representative ad Mrs.. Dalus-ell First Assa=1tne stmsat., Genesat and. Mrs,- yann, Assitant Seere tarF of Btat..Ad ie,Mrs.. WIiad 5, Cam eten. Mr. and Mrs.haA. Spalding; Mr. and Mes WUISIn.am o M.'Msrne Ews % boae. M~) Vesgk,~ Mime taMU itaen 4.em~s wih Aa5sIUsU1 rees and UK &4n PjSawu m L.3qm o Useo BEisn was - hr st.eUN 2% eat Mnt .. at~ bb94@1aseem t iest, New Tork ey. DOUU Dws a . asm a Vfe of D Mere ftow -V6 = ftU-%ft -ftbremw lk at $a* 0'eleek amresidene, mbk A"ft aim,~~i beraoteet ..r....rAt. -rvae aimi y Church, caure'15th sad astreets Nmthweet, Wedsday. February 1, atlJO af.'h BOOM (In Februay 16. I , ISAAC F. 3OO , io the eigho-arst year at his a&. The emlai win be take, en g-nesday,f threMdene O his son, Dr. A. arnes oe, 110 New Yfrk avenue, to King Gefte, V, Our Interment. KEAN. On Monday. F = 1, IUM. JOWE P.. infant som o William Annie Keane. Fnewe" took itsee from the residence at hisPa ents, 615 Tth street soethwest, Tuesday e ary 17, at a p.m. MATTINGL,Y. ft pbr 1908. at 2:10 , In Phladelphia, AIMI , late SaIlle E. and . F. Mattingly, aged te Funeral %=HIl Chapel, 3 o'clock Wednes day. Relatives and friends Invited. * MeARDIL. De this life en Monday. Pbre. 1 1 at 5:30 , ELIZABETH Me of the Stephen McArie agdseventy-xs years. SehnMAde MU.a from her late residence, 934 5th street northwest, Thursday. February 19 at 830 a m thence to St. Stephen's Church. w. mag@ a.'ff he said for the repose of her soul at 9 oeclock. Friends of the family invited to attend. e PICKELL. At the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Edward M. Mix c1evy Chase, Md., on Tees day. February 17. 1906, FRANCIS ADE-AIN PICKEIL. beloved wife of John ff. Piekell. Funeral Thursday, February 19. at 1 p.m. Inter'. meant private at Rock Creek aemetery. e POL6ARn. After an fllness of seven &weHEHN BY W. POLLAR husband of Cora Thmns Pollard, father of ,erry, Richard and Missouri Pollard, devoted sof Richard and Christine Polr,loring brother of TLazi and Robert Pollard, departed this life, Mon n Februazy 16, 102, at his resIdence,125 street southwest, aged twenty-six years. Blessed sleep. Funeral from Sion Baptist Church, F street be tween 3d and 4% streets eseuthwest, W.edn..my February IS, at 1 o'cloci. FiLends are invt,At to attend, SOOTT. Departed this life, on Sunday, Febr&ry 1 , at 9:57 p.., ROBERT SCOTT, be loved ather.f J IL Scott, XA*hvda Stewart. William So and Mary E Board. Life's labor done, as sinks the clay, Light from Its lead the spirit iles; While heaven and earth combine to say, "fow blest the righteous when be dier BY THE FAMILY. P010ral from Metropolitan Wesley Zion Ch b street between 2d and southwest, W day, February 18, at o'clo m. Relatives and friends are Invited to := 83MITH. Entered Into rs.on Feray14Ing at 917 l6th street, I R , runeral private. Kindly omit dowers. P THORXZY. Departed this life after a log ill nssr, on Mrd F a i16 80.t t45 a-z., at heb e&ne, 1521 Union court nortb west, beloved mother of Martha Berry, Cadw and Turner Alexander, aged sixty-* Funeralk Fera ~ :0clock O 11th aud-K streets northwest. relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend. 2e WAVER. Departed this life on Mnday, February 15, 1906, at 9:20 p.m., THOMAS A., belove husband of Mary J. Weaver. runeral from his late residence, 1518 Q streed northwest, Wednesday, February 18, alo a p.mP NELKDMON. On Monda, February 1 at 6 p.m. JOSIAH WZLIMSON, smo th Richar and Sarah Welkinson, aged fitp-seven Fun from the residence of his sister, . . PullaloT., 1241 8Bd street, Georgetown, Thurs day, February 19, at 2 p.m. 'iorfolk papers please copy.) 3 WINEBGER. On February 17, 1906, at 12:S a.. CAROLNE A. beloved wife of the late John'T. Wineberger, In the ninety-third year ad buarat, .the residence of her eon, 6PO A. WIneberger. 3546 BrItwooi aveamneo w Thursday, February at p.%Srviesa Roek Creek Church at 'p.m. ives and friende inviked to attend. i In mAOVI . BAILE . In end but lo mg "brance of my dear nephew, WI leuf whe-lied Hbe years ago today, Fbruary 17. i9. One by one the ties are broken. AUNT R.A. M . In sad but loTtng remembranee st dam de afectionate father and bugs O (. ETrE, who died four'year yesterday, February 16, 1800. gone In the best of his~I~ Blighte in manoods Torn from the hearts that loved hit To deep In the allent tomb. And we who linger only know now much was lost four years age. WIFE A31D BOX& atnda sister % A NA I dwee year age today, ftbrusry 17,& Farewell., .r daughter and sister, dear. We have spent one sad and l year You left us with an achinghe The day that you from as did part. * BY 31TH1T AND SITU. '. In sad bet loving Oremory of eur dear friend, BULsaNNA uns who died one year se today. February 17, 1802. Loved In life; in death remembred. e - OUISE AND) GRBM. PINDELL In sad but loin emesmbrance etat dear siater, Mrs. CABOLiEPtNDLEwh died three years ago today-February 17, 3900. Gone, but not forgotten. BY HER DETOIED SISTE, B A R BIm' l WAR* REN. f0LIVER. In sad hut loigremmbraneeot darling mother, ANNIE TwhoE -n year ago today, February 17, 19. Left us in this world of sorrow, . Hers to toBl as best we ean; Left us in this world of trouble, But we hops to meet again. C BY EE CHrvIW. FILS0N. In sadbu OIWS1I5S~ year ago today, February 17, 1903. Dearest father, thou hast left us, But 't Go wh has berf as -He will aR our aprows heel, Yet again we hope to meet thee And in hven we hop to pes tie, Where..o farewell tearsm are .e BY HIS DAUGHTS A. JACKSON, N. 5 WILSON AND M. J. ZONES. JUmEAL DIRECTORS, R. P. HARVEY'S SONS, usNirL. DIRUCTODS AND mIaIM m 115 14th St. N.W. Telpon Main US - m- SEvEnT Er.- . deS-Wt . Teephine Cail. Main I2 Adolph J. Schippert, 2008 Pa. Ave. N.W- Wa. SU0CmO80 TO 3R 61 11th at. a w. TsphsS . Ma -5 neS*f e. n T.CLEMENTS, Joseph F. Birgh's Sons, r34 iSsM St. N. W. ""9 4 ,th S S~ W.